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Iti'inifl M nl !. ft . -1 4 ji lut i it o indeed ? As I ly,k lun r and more H righteous ifidienati on to ohiects who are not re-P A II f
nf I i cl.lv at it the haJow hi . to lift from its rM eponsihle fur the crime. That would be injus- tl II H I Jl
i. ..' Caillorilia, Oil w vat rror.,rti.,r.s. It j.en.s 'ler-j terribly dark H tice. Let us be righteous iu our anger. Lec usH
Hie Dentil of President j nay, thall I dare to say it litre- to-day, I tein J ho that the Smth will rise iu her nubleneee, ati
IjillCOlll. J tj l'.l a dap, btronrr iov in the event. I fcetaa 11 a mass, and disown this foul deed, and tliusfcj
Sinday, April 16, the Rev. L. Hamilton,
iator of the PrcsbvUriiu Church at Oakland,
Cal.. one of tUr zuo6t tluuent diviac, formerly
rrslding at icn Jose, adJrteU his congregation
follow a :
' O Lord, be pracious unto us ; we have wait
ed tor Th-e : be Thou their arm every moraine :
our solvation al io the time of trouble."
Isaiah, xxiiii :2.
Ji as a ix t. oui nuir-iv i. stnici tne xev-uote ?
U the remarks which I wiaL to offjr on this occa
m kt ri i-iii vnii r n rri'ii: i. ri rr. riiu t.i. n
1 had enteruine.1 another de-in "with reference
tiftfhij rtk. irn 1 rrr4 MrtiM ! 1 n I a 1,.. I . ......
f.inSf wI..m the fully-conhrm.,1 news came of an f T J a;.infulrjrl,J' tlian
rve,,t that has struck ail minds with a horror so K , L1JuJ r tue. f God would suffice, lo
d,fpy.d invading that the thought refuse tot e1?. and reunite a corrupted and broken na-I-ae
it f,r any other eubject. I could not Jiow F V011'.,1.10 of ,,er nWst -n uut bo given.
t enlist your interest in any ordinary diacu.vion h n inferior lives are not enough. Ihere
proper to our Sabbath worship. Your thoughts
would turn away to the all-absorbing theme, in
ppite of your efforts to arreit them and fix your
attention elsewhere. And mine would be with
yours. We cannot well choose another subject
if we epeak at all. I shall therefore only attempt
to occupy your thoughts for a very brief time
with euch reflections as have been 8ugg.-steJ to
me that teemed appropriate to the mood we are
in. My time and exhausted strength allow no
. . . -
When the public mind is thus preiccupiI with
an evnt which is sending a strong wave of min-
gled indignati on and regret, ttawion and exief. f
through the general heart, propriety does not re-
quire that Keligion be hilent. ifer voice may M
properly do raised in the sanctuary, not
the Himes of excitement, nor to 7und the war-bl
cry of strife and liatred. but to teach the temper E
which GoJ would Lave ua maintain, and to rint
uui lue fujiprts on wiaci
our fears and rest our con
. & . " m w
of her minister to direct
cited emotions and pasni
will cause them to subserve
pour oil on their
tot anzrv aurffinir. if thv
threaten to become destructive of rool-
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And the Christian will naturally n.sk a
Io)ks at utich an event as now fill nur mmita
How would Jesus feel if He were standing
among the excited multitude? How would He
fchare in the popular sympathies? What words
of counsel would II piK.ak ? What attitude
would lie atsume ami advise in others towards
the perpetrators of a crime whose outrage no
words can suitably express, and towards "thuM
who sympathize with the criminals and abet their I
deed Uh, that we might know! Uut when
we eeo how he actually bore Himself under out
ragon which have no parallel in hiitory ; when
we hear his calm word.-, I ny unto you that
ye resist not the evil, but whosoever shall smite
thee on the right cheek turn to him the oil
i the other H
a that ciir.s.? H
1, anJ pray pj
also. Love your enemies ; bles them
you, uo good to them that hate You
for them that despitefully u.e you and persecute
you, that ye may be the children of your Father
which is in heaven : fir He makoth His s.m
rise on the evil and on the good, and wendeth rain 11
n the ju?t and on the uniust." and when w.. M
near in exem
uipliScation of Hid own teaching, LI
ul praver from Hi? lips in the midst n
........ . , iiu'j i 1 11 1: 1 J
that wonder fi
us, Father, forgive them, for thev Pi
... ....Uru.t ainvr, torsive inem, ir they
iat thev do." we feci that wo n H
a. won iiok wiiai, mey uo, we ieei that
..?! I. -4 TIT. ... . "IS
m; uai nif manner wouia be in the muNt i.rli
our excitement. e seem to stand in the r.reu-
vrtium5n which Eieuuies tne tu
mult of our own emotions. We catch something
of Ilia Bublime confidence that truth and rilit
will be vindicated at last, and timely vengeance
ol those who opjfO-H? and outrage them will not
tarry. It is good to drop IIL calming words in
to the ething caldron of our excitement at such
- a.iil. v. in i.li 1 1 1 r i. i ,i rfn pi
much honored by its contrast with its opposite aa li
- ---.j r
by its positive achievements in pood, irs snirit nn,l
teacnings should be made to shine forth on such H
an occasion in contrast with the spirit and max- fl
tu t UU111UI1 IM110I1S. 1 Ilt Wrv ti i n .vo. F92
our breast and the very deeds they would prompt,
act at a fiil to bring out the superior excellence
and beauty of the Gospel more resplendently,
like diamonds in a setting of jet. Men are com
pelled to siy in the result, After all. these peace
ful teachings of Christ are better than our pas
sions, and find a speedier and surer remedy for
outrage and wrong."
And then thecye that turns towards the throne
abave sees there the Infinite Kuler, hih above all
the agitations of human passions, calm in the
majesty of Wis Omnipotence and eternal justice,
hoMing the balance with a steady and impartial
hand, that meets out to every subject of His
boundless Empire the exact award of his de
merit, suffering not oue to escape His notice,
never taken by surprise, never swayed by feeling
....... w.mi ivji U Yciijjeunca wnicn lie is impo
tent to take, never hesitating upon the decisions
which assign to each and all their due, never
baffled in the execution of His decrees ; never
courting favor or trembling for consequences, but
sitting upon His eternal throne in the sublime
of all the earth, feels somethin
caimneso coming into it even iu the wildest tu
mult of its own sense of outrage-and injustice,
and eases its own burthen bv appealing its cause
to the arbitrament of that unerring Jude. It
no longer desires to
Snatch frm Ills hnd the haUnce an,1 the rod
Rrjudge His Jasticr, b the Ood of God."
It rather falls into the mood of prayer proper
for an erring and dependent mortal, and asks Di
vine help for itself and for those who are the hu
man instruments appointed to secure its rights.
It finds new etrenzth in the sut.nlicntLm ? th
. , j -
m uj-.ai, v im, it- gracious unto us: we
" u ljoru. 14 rracious untn
nave waitcu lor Ihee; De
Thou their arm everv
morning ; our s-ilv:ition
alj in th tim nf
It is fitting that we should look towards the
Throne of Heaven today with those words of
prayer upon our lips. "We need them to calm
and reassure us. e arc under a great sorrow.
e are aiuiost 6tunneU and rtewil.i.r.v.1 h. K0 fi
we.gui ana suaaenncss oi the stroke. It seems 1
as it another world were nroiin.l t,o- M
- , , . in tj
wnicn we awoke yesterday mornm-.
Kti. :. " r"'Hr
7 ' " -1 .- ... , it i. were one
household whoS? Iiffbt bad ilervtrto.1 ii
, " , .
h...-: ;;-.;! 'Vr :.
j i'i iu?iiee. iin'i even on m
tan oi re ii
l - w
r. inuuran won in- u
in. Countk. rt ip;-., tvliirh
I'm , iew udvs ao 4
wer uliaken otit in j.ty at tlie head or a
.iir, now droopiu sadly at half-mast.
- i. .
u S - .D-;n . rKe on our ears- funeral H
1 - u. ot in our caM! r. tal
a,u ,i meiin ah : the love.1 head of the R
Ration hv i been ftrieken low in dftith hy the
. IT ! i, . i,ieBi.rnrr r,cni arm 0r"Jn
cZt "t lynd hj dSS" f n in
the cut-throat that arm never more to ii in.
that mr2htr Xm whose trr,k xr.ro ,c ..' I
5. . -- .. ..v.v nun, IU1UU1V11 Ul
trie iiearts ot nations. Tinr : tt - :
rrryi I cr orimA ii
- ... u.u, L,H-tiltl
...v. w.uh, ,3,
vn i of creation H
of the world. U
ni Mainea ine world since the daw
that whifh rrii.'ifi.rl thn Cotl.. .
. . . ; 'iui ui wie woiiii. ij
A mightier grief never .hook the heart of a g
wnoie rieopie. --nuiions ol strong men
urn, uuwnunuwTOs as one that mourncth U
for Lw mother." A e bhall never see. as lnr. ft
never seen, another day of such sadness.
' 1 w . . .
r." . w ""K. lm me
Dnsciousness of His power to maintain it. of His H and carril?a "9 tnus towards tlie end of a o-lori-
ght to rule, and Ilis ability and purr-ose to rule W ous work carry us on and through to its
righteousness. The heart, I say, that holds M completion. I he spirit and wisdom of the de-
raunion with this Infinite Father and .Th.Kt h parted will linger in the councils of our flnvf-rn-
mock wnicn we naTe ieit. etua look again at M prohibit all feelings of hoi v indignation a t wrong
thia woful event and see if no good fo to beddoinS. God h planted in eery breat th
honed from it. Onr first flin ia ; :-t. . r - r ... J i- H
. . . : 1 " HBp"mi jusiics, a copy ot His own. w
aaunming.ed calamity. We can see no way to t epontaneouuly and irreaietibly at the
n rt jiir thr Bufft.Tr J in it. no ?ud t nl
15 11 w li'tJ'.ii to i-cure.
hand than 1 have ever before dared to hope. It
was needed, it was tsrntial. It is the grand
completion of all victrieii the Consummating
eacrice, without which all lefore would have
6toppeJ whort of true fcuccij. Thia sanctifies
i the whole; this will compel succtnH.
3Ien lie; f rincij lr- live. Iruth la immortal.
Hut j rineij.le and truth live in this world only
by c?ori9jct and sacrific-e. Kvery preat wrong
mut have its victim before it will quit the world.
hvery right, trampled for centuries, must have
ila martvr. It cannot be restored without. And
rJ me victim an-i martyr must he according to the
i - - j
B.reainesa oi me wrong to be overcome ana the
--" - - V Vtl f fHi mv. m
H ,, cri!,s ,n one lite outweigns thein
i a 'i i i
ror our country that life has been given, h
The sacrifice is finished. We may now be saved. !J
The assassin little knew what he was doing, lie
meant a foul deed : but the rower of a riirhteous
4 God will turn it into the heaviest blow aiainst
that abomination, for the sake of which it was
committed, that has yet been struck. The dark
iniquity of African slavery, the peerlees crime
of modern history, was not thoroughly purged
from the heart of this Nation yesterday morning.
To-day I believe it is. There was u lingering
tenderness towards the evil, which portended in
finite mischief and difficulty in the adjustment of
affairs that were before us. It had the power,
it had the will to do that mischief. To-day, I
believe its power is gone. There is a feelin
lowaru tne iniquity all over
the hind that never tf
existed before. The chanire is immense
It will M
9 . K r me t(J ,n thw I'Iace what would have
oi uouutiui intiuence
The day is past for
F.1 lur. b,jK'u u ,ul" OI l13-
such timidity. The lines are being eharply
drawn. There is a new test of our position,
of the side we will take in the sreat struirirle.
t of where our sympathies are more decisive than M
n nas oeen leit. e shall court the layor or F
iiatronaire of the abettors or atMlofits of Nhiverw
no longer. We (.hall court their hostility as M
H more to be d'.-sired than their friendship. We J$
-fiiaii a.K to tie relieved ol their patronage, li
Without enmity to tln-ir persons let us hope, we
shall, nevertheless, feel that there can be nothiii"
common between ua without the sacrifice of
4 integrity, se!f-rcrr.ect and everything tliat a man
ouru to 1101a Uoar. .ud this leoliuo; must have
come before the iniquity couM he done away ;
and the assassin lias efl'ected what four years oi
bloocLshetl could not.
lou and I know that it in the hand of slavery
1 ... . I-
wiiiuu iius i;iu:ij;.u us inii tins ueep sorrow d
the name hand that has filled the whole land H
with tumult and clothed it in mourning f.r four
years nast. I believe that it was neeeiry that it t
did culminate atul come to a head in this peerless f,
crim. that we miirfit be brought to tl... tl
. c o . -
cTtIlS of tJ evil. e had seen it plotting M
trt"1:ion ar,,J king armies, and reddening miles i
e'luare ,l t,ie arth with human gore to uestro
tne l-enign (jovernment on which tlie su
nr-r.w, . 1... .1 '. , .. .
ae not cnongn : it called t-l
honorable warlare. and would hava h n
Honored oy the world as such had it succeeded.
We had seen it plotting in wholesale conspiracies
for assassination that would interrupt the action
of civil government, and give itself an advantage
I va.a ...
..j. ..injmg urn, iiriariuu.i rcnemes ; out tins $
was not enough. The attempt was soon forgot- &
ten in its failure, and perhaps credited with in- h
sincerity. All means that could be called fair f
or honorable,, had to fail, and the dastardly ex-
M iwnaiuiti; asu3t-iiiaiiun, us native
Wurkt its native method had to succctd, before
e couia De bought to ieei what the pestilence
" U WW iiiC I.TII Willi'?' I fl I ri roll 1.1 prn.ui
uuu now, us never oerore, we do leel this ; and
now as never iiore does the Aation see and feel
the design of Providence in this long, terrible
war; now as never before is she resnlvnl tht
her million of heroes shall not die in vain, now
that the crowning martyrdom of all has been
added. The work will be finished more thorough
ly ; the Union restored more firm and endurin"
lor thhj terrible nacrifice. "
This, under (Jod, I believe to be the meani g
ef this most tragic and mournful event. Thevir
tim was needed. He was ready. The power of
ma ueaiu wui ue greater man the power of his
life. Xever was he doing so much for this Union
that he loved, or for human rights and sacred free
dom which he loved more, as now, lying cold and
silent in his coffin. Let us not say that he died
prematurely. Though we cannot see th inn
1 who can stand in his place: though we trembl-nt
the thought that the helm of Government should
be placed in an untried hand at this perilous
;i crisis, let us trust that the favoring Providcnoe
who has so manifestly intemosed in nur M... li
An awe will be unon thom tn lm-
asleep in gre:it measure the passions which blind
and perplex deliberation and turn action uslde
from the right way. We were never more likely K
to m ruled wiiwrlv nnd w.-H h.-.a H
j "w... muu niu up
the men needed. Our holy cause is His cause, and
He is never at a loss for 'instruments to do His
work. Let us be calm in this confidence.
Nor need we spend unavailing tears that our
hero and immortal benefactor has been cut off in
mid-career, and not permitted to finish his mighty
task with bis own hand. Let us not imagine that
1 anytnmg lias been lost from his bright fame or
from the unspeakable wealth the Nation now owns
irea-ureu in that lame bv this ar.n.iMnfl K
timely death. He has died without a spot or a K
j s.:.iu.jy on uis name, it is Hallowed lorevrr. and
pstall pofvibilityof a stain. Hid he lived longer,
he might have committed some mistake. Ter-
pieung questions were hetore him. To err is
human ; no mortal wisdom might have leen able
to have guided our councils with an uncrrin -
hand. He might have clouded that glory which
i ...t. , vvl4Uv uui iory wnicn
um wis uscu arouna nis memory in a lialo for
' " MTUHiiyciuuiew. ine very
lauits ana errors which h s enemies charge ur-jh
.:-... ..t. m, j . iui wurBe uwn
"iiiueepen tne love without bin
r him cherished in the
heart ot thi.-i re-ir t-.i-.i. r,:
iaiiiiies as tl ashimrton. :in. l-na l.r, tua i.:.,c
" J vv.l III'. LUKI
mftrument or elh-enn- n tiI. j
tln ln1..H . It . . . . .
r ......... . .un.i x i in u 1 1
n-ii man i. usi.ini.tn. e Kciiove that the
name oi .omnam Lincoln is written
to day at Pj
s inimor- H
the vctv he-ad of the scroll of the world
names, and it will
will be lonp hef re the earth lj
rut above it. Oh, fortunate K
Heaven ! to die thus embalmed li
has another to
man ! favorite of
the tears nn.f Irtvo r,f m I nf t,.B
a mcm tliat wilT be eherd fvS, add! 1
,..-.k i:k j . . . li
"Jr.' '7 ."l J ".V uuu "Pnngmg
irouch the oncomin'T centuries .is tho f.mn. H
tin r .. . , .. .M
vi ii. iuivr i'airioiim ana a noDier national M
virttie. Fortunate man, more favored of Heaven H
in death than in thv mast favored life ! j
A? a cluMnV'W sufir t rt t.. H
l clMng word, suffer me to exhort vou to
measureless Kwer fur good be already in
this event ; moderate and steady that tumult of I
r;..n i , . -a lumu" 01
v.. uoiJCUMCU 111 UU VI IIS. 1UU '
are not required to be indifferent.
"When our hi
civiour lorbicls mrsonal rov.n-.. H ,i.e
. it t te in it the promise of a lxtUr day nr at H make it the means of hatteninir a s needier peace s 1 'Ti i r 5 5fc-C jE3sL
l He would have ust-tay H , "v 'UJ,ail!: "- twemjr-iour
fidence. It is the officl tl ho.urs ao?- ...
tlie course of the ex- U . 1 w,th r'i'm ; Juu w'th more it
ons into the channel that U t!,an approbation, words which, last babbatli, H
j m wouiu nave oeen counteu
und he must
oFiO m ca.ii OiDtotui-iatu the jrreat crime oeiore us m
N ilood. Hut let us beware of transferrin?
outrap-d rirLt and
and stronger reunion. 1 believe she will. But.tJ
if blinded by j ussion and hate, the will tize on
this aa the occasion to kindle anew the fires o 1
war and bloodshed and fan the spirit of treason,
then let us hope and pray that liod will use this
evnt to etir the strong heart of the Nation and
prepare it to conquer a epeedier pen'?e.
ctiustant f apply if ite above
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AGENTS lOlt THE
HAWAIIAN PACKET LIMH
OFFICE 5 I 1 Suii)omrS.,roriirr Merchant,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Purchase,. Shipment and Sale of Merchandise to For
warding and Transhipment of Goods; the Chartering and
of Vessels ; the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Negotiation
x.xcaange on Honolulu in suras to suit.
AUIAAUKS MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Ald.uch, Walker Co, I J 13. HrxsEWELL Esa., Boston.
I IlKSRT A. 1'CIRCr,
Besj. F. Ssow, Esq.,
C. Brewks & Co.. 44
Bishop & Co., "
Thos. Spesckr, Esq., Hilo.
Allmixd 4- Co., Kanagawa.
UrTLKR, SISB & CO.,
Si-ttox & Co.. New York.
Fiki.d & Rick,
11. Fouo & Co., Shanghae.
J. 1J. Richards.
Richards & WcCraken,
Iff AVI NG ItEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE.
sent business for upwards of seven years, and being:
lutaiieu in a nre proi'i ones cuiiaing-, we are prepared to receive
aud dispose of Island staples, such as Sugar, Rice, Syrups, Pulu,
Coffee, ic, to advantage. Consignments esDeciullv solicitwl
for the Oreifon market, to which jhtsoiihI attention will be paid .
auu uuu wi.icn ctsn advances win oe ni:uie wnen required.
SJS FR Ay CISCO REFEREXCES :
Chas. W. Brooks & Co., Badrer & Lindenberger,
McRuer & Merrill, Ja9. Patrick k Co.,
Fred. Iken, t. Coleman i Co.,
Stevens, Baker & Co.
PORTLJ.D REFEREyCES :
Allen & Lewis. Ladd & Tijton. Leonard & Green.
LAWUEXCE & HOISEWOHTH!
iinporier or Optical, IMnlheuinlicHl and
1'hilOMophicaI Iuitlr uuienta.
CARTES DE VISITE.
JOSEPH ROGERS & SON'S
PUBLISHERS OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF CALIFORMA.
Nos. 317 and 31J Montgomery street, between California
and Pine streets, San Francisco, and No. 1 1
Maiden Lane, New York.
HAVE FOIl SALE THE LARGEST STOCK
on the Pacific Coast, consisting in part as follows :
710 dozen SPECTACLES, iu Gold, Silver, Steel and Plated
305 dozen EVE GLASSES, in Uold, Silver, Steel, Horn,
Shell and Rubber Frames.
160 dozen WIKE UAl'ZK GOHiLES.
300 dozen SPECTACLE GLASSES, and BRAZILIAN
S50 dozen SPECTACLE and EYE GLASS CASES.
395 Opera and Marine Glasses.
"6 Telescopes and Spy Glasses.
225 dozen Magnifying Glasses.
SO dozen Pocket Compasses.
323 Hand Stereoscopes.
7-4 Revolving Stereoscopes.
2500 dozn Stereoscopic Views.
drawing Instruments, in German Silver and Brass.
Boxwood and Ivory Scales.
Microscopes in every Style.
200 Magnetic Machines for Medical purposes.
20.500 Card Photographs.
600 Album Pictures in oil colors.
50 dozen Union Card Frames.
Joseph Rogers w Son'a CUTLERY.
J00 dozen Table Knives.
2t50 dozen Pocket Knives.
120 doz4n Razors.
50 dozen Razor Strops.
ISO dozen Scissors.
BCISSOKS, in cases.
100 dozen Gyroscope Tops.
100 doz-. n Thermometers.
25 dozen Hydrometers.
TO- COUNTRY TRADERS will consult their own interest
by examining our Stock and Prices before purchasing elsewhere.
. ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY promptly executed.
ir CATALOGUES sent to any addre.ss Frek. C
LAWRENCE Ar HOUSE WORTH,
Nob. 317 uikI 310 Montgomery Street,
SAX FRANCISCO. 4t50-ly
SUPERIOR HEAVY EIIE
HEAVY RUSSIA DUCK !
AND A LARGE VARIETY OF
A RLE GOODS.
A. S. CIjEC HORN'S.
iVew and Well Selected
Whistl er :
rjALIFORXlA CREAM CHEESE
i Boxes Best Jirand Sardines
i TJoxes Bot Urand Sardines
Jenny Lind Cakes
Quahaugs, 2 lb tins
Horace Billing's Hams
EXTRA I A1IILV Ff.OlIU!
Extra Family Wheat Meal
Xo. 1 Comet" Tea
Choice Catty Tea, 1 lbs
Ruse I'eceo Tea
PICKLKD SALMON AT RETAIL!
Extra French Syrups
FOR SALE BY
I JAMES t. KIAU.
JAXVIES C. KING & Co.
Shipping iind t'ommision
i 52S FRONT STRKCT.COHAKKJj.CKX.
8 AX FRANCISCO. Caurcusu.
1 Icloria, Vancouvei Island.
Tub Itos. Hcdsos's Vay Co
Messrs Dam.. Gum 4 Co.."..".".
Messrs. Alprkh. Wiiuh Jt Chj.."II""
Mr. James I. Dowsett
...Victoria, V. I.
. ..Sau i'raocisco.
. . do.
JANION, GREEN & RHODE
Commission Merchants, '
Victoria, Vaurouvrr's lalund.
UUnf'nSl!lVMtebt'm l,"iJ tocumiigwiiento of SnJ,ilb
Victoria. V. I., January 1, 1S63. 400.1t
J" LQ SI BARD ISUOLS, "
A C C O IT N T A N T
NO. 32 MONTGOMERY BLOCK,
Address Box 212S Tost Office. San Francisco.
B. W. FIELD,
31 and 33 UHOAUMAY,
irormrrlr or Lalmina, S. I.,)
r " .uuuinuuicr)' -.r-i, nest 1 uie.
fclup Chronometers rated ami
Vhaleships are invited to mil.
JAMES C. AVAiAGII,
SHIP C0MPR0D0RE AND
G eneral IProvisioiier.
Open for all contracts of Ships provision at the most modetats
laltJ- J.ttoAJ.llVl, J A I' A. A . 438-1
GKIFFITT3 MOBOAN. C tf. HATHAWAY. K. t. STOMt
MORGAN, STONi: cV CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Cal
T. S. Hat haws v Eso
Messrs. T. & A. R. Nye
Swift & Perry
M Gnunell Minturn & Co., ,
John M. Forbes Kan
. . Honolulu.
Messrs Perkins & Smith
Daniel C. Waterman Esq
J. B. Ksapp.
M. S. HrKRRLL, K. B. Knapp.
Port laud, On gon.
unapp, KiiiTcII & Co.!
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Agricultural Implements, Groceries.
Provisions, &c,, &c.
HVt.TiG PKKJfCED IN Ul SIXESS
in lortland for the past seven years, we are prepared to
receive and dispose of all kinds of Island Produce to bestadvan
our lt atteofthTnU re91cirulIJr solicited, to which we pledge
Office in San Francisco, 310 Washington Street.
Bank of California,
Charles Pinion, New York.
Ladd iTilton. Portland, Oregon
MCKuer & Merrill,
i?an Francisco, Cal.
D. IV. WILLIAMS & CO.,
jVo. 11 Front Street,
Kroceries, Fruits, Flour, Ied, mid all
Kinds of Grains, Salt, &c. &c.
A1 A,''SO "RRI"ARK TO I0 A GK.
ra. er.il Storage und Comtuisiou Business, having amnle
We would solicit consignment of
lNDWICH ISLANDS. All poo
GOODS for sale from the
goods consigned to us will I
carefully and promptly attended to.
Capt. N. C. BROOK!", of the bark
1. C. KHIKIl. N
.'. C. MKKRII.I.
ao-l mid aoo Oullloi-iiiji Htrcel,
ALSO, AOKNTS OF THE
San Francisco & Honolulu rackets.
Particular attention Riven to the sale and purcl
chandise, ships' l.i.-sint-ss, supply inn whaleships,
chase of m-r
XjT All freight Arriving at ? Krancisco, by or ro the Ho
nolulu Uuv of Packets, will , forwarded fbkb or cokmmsio
O" Exchange on Honolulu bought and sold
Messrs. Wilcox, Richards it Co.,... .
il IUckff.ld & Co.,
" C BriCWER if Co., i
" Bishop H Co
Pr. It. W. WotD,
Hon. K. II. Ai.le.v
D C. Watprma.v, Knn.,
To Planters and Others.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS!
Xi-oin I o i" j o o 1 !
A LARGE AXD COMPLETE ASSORT.
1.5 . . r
j Brass Valves and Cocks,
I All T'saal Sizes fur Water rr EUram.
; Globe Vahrs, GuageCoclis, Pet Coebi,Glok
! Oil Cup.
Assorted Iron Piping,
From J inch up to 2i inches, with Elbows. Tees, Couplings, 4c.
! to match.
IRON' ROILER TUJ1ES, 3 and 4 inches outside.
BEST CAST AND BLISTER STEEL.
SWEDISH IROS, assorted.
Round Iron Shafting 2. 2i, 3. 3. 4. 5, C and Ci inches,
Black Lead Crucibles, Eire Clay,
India Rubber in sheets from 1-16 to J thick.
India Rubber Hoe and Couplings, J to 1 inch.
4 inch Leathrr Beltinp,
Steam Ohiiitps, (las Taps and Dies,
Babbit Mftal, Emory, Porax,
Spelter, lilxcksmilh Crml.
460-2m THOMAS HUGHES.
' AGREEMENT BLANKS.
BLANK FORMS OF AGREEMENT DE
tween Masters and Servants the only authorized form
Price 1,00 per Dazen.
lor Ie by
l-2m S V. Wt:iTIIT.
A. D, CARTWRICHT.