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published wkkklv by
Ut.MlV M. WIIMWEY.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. OCTOBER 21, 1SIS5.
SIX DOLLARS PGR AXN'l'M.
VOL. X. Xa.14). WHULE N.4DI.
Better than Gold.
Better tha granJeur, tetter than gold.
Than rank and titles a tVuanJ foIJ,
1 a healthy body, a mind at ease.
Abel sioipl pleasures that always please;
A heart that can fcrel for a neighbor's woe,
And stare in LU joys with a grnlal glow,
WitK sympathies large enough to enfold
All men aa brothers, is better than goM.
Belter than goU U a conscience clear.
Though toiling f r bread In an humble sphere,
DnaMy bkt with content ami health, '
Untried by the lust of cares i.f wealth;
Lowly living ami lofty thought
Ad rn anil ennoble a poor man's cot,
for minl anJ morah in nature' plan
Are the genuine test of a gentleman.
B:t-r than gold is the swe.-t repose
Of the sons of toil when their labors cle;
Better than gold U the poor man's iltfp,
And the balm that drops on his slumbers deep,
. Bring sleeping draughts to the downy bed
Where luvory pillows his aching head;
His simpler opiate llxr deem
A shorter road to the land of dreams.
Better than g'.LI Is a thinking mind.
That in the realm of l ooks cava find
A treasure surpassing Australian ere.
And live with the great and good of yvre.
The age' lord and the tcts lay.
The glories of empire passed away;
The world's great drama will thus unfold
And yield a pleasure be'.ter than gold.
Better than gold it x peaceful home,
here all the Crrs'de charities come.
The shrine of bv. tin heaven of life.
Hallowed by mother or sister, or wife.
However bumble the home may be.
Or tried, with sorrow by heaven's decree.
The b!eirg that never were bought of sold,
AluI center there, are better tbaa gold. St ltd tJ.
New Yobk, Aug. 16, 18G5.
Mr Dear Comheecial : The overland telegraph
bu been cot of order for three weeks rat, which
hua proved a great iuterruptho to the usual business
between tbe Eastern teaboard and San Francisco.
Tbe Ifutt telegram was about tbe pirate Shenandoah's
devastation in the Arctic. The Indians appear to
have appropriated the wires, to their own war advan
tage, anl made tbe ue of them contraband for
ccniccercl.il purpopea. When they get through with
them, joi will learn the stirring news of the past
two reeks. Several
Great Forgeries and Defalcation
Have beco discovered here daring the past week,
each successive one eclipsing the previous, till
to-day's) l- reported as amounting to two and a half
million) of dollar. This ia the Morris Ketchum
oute. iu which a eon vt the flcmor, and a partuer in
tbe firm, baa krgvJ check for $2,500,000. all which
has been squandered in gold and stock speculation.
It m a long time since there hut been such excite
ineut us exldtd iw in Wall srreet. Binkd aud
bankers are cautiously overhauling their affairs. a:id
it is protatle that still further frauds will be dis
covered. This s the legitiointe eoudequence of the
gambling ia gold aud etocks which La becu rife
here lor the past three yer.
. The Atlantlo Cable.
Tu which all eves Lave been turned for the past two
wewia, is thi) uioruing repcriel to be a failure, but
the particulars have nut jet been received. The
duAppoin!futut heie cauoot be said to be great, for
the public had lgou t lock upon this enterprise as
a grand tuonopolj, and as anj anvtbiog but a popu
lar i?tituliou. Thtt charge was fixed at ive dollars
for ever word of five letters sent over it, while the
press was treated verjr shabbily by the directors,
who excluled all reporters from the ttteamers. except
Dr. Russell, who was to reptrt for tbe London Times.
Consequently Itvs sympathy is felt for the company
than if it had acted more liberally towards the
An Island Washed Away.
In the ndvict-s received jeetcrday from Washington
is the following item, which will interest captains
cruUiug in the Pacific. The Island referred to must
be a low oral Uland, of a sandy formation.
The government has received official information,
dated May 22. narrating the devastating effects of
the terrific burruMue. whicb has visited the Society,
Hirvey and PaUuernton Islands, and most probably
others. Une of the Palmers-ton Islands, the Rear,
on the northeast, has been entirely washed away,
rendering navization extremely daugerous. Nothing
but the coral breakers remain, which, in cafee of a
heavy sea. are entirely invisible to the eye. but in
perfectly calm weather they are observable All
these if ilk l J are well known to whalers in tbe South
Sea. Owing to this damage by the hurricane, sev
eral vessels have been wrecked, but. so far as known,
none were American. Tahiti also suiered considera
bly from the rie cau?e.'
The Cholera Excitement.
Ia Europe, continues to increase, and the plague
appear tn have p tined a foothold in Italy and Spain.
It is evidently ppreadicg consternation throughout
the Levant and Southern Europe, and may breakout
any diy in Central Europe and even in America, as
there is constant communication by ships and mails
with all the infected localities.
Jl Mathematician in Truble-
While walkitig through Nassau street, a few days
6ince, I met Prof. Andrews, whom your readers wil
remember as the famous mathematician who visited
Honolulu awhile aso. He said be was in trouble,
and bound for the etate prison. On my expressing
eurpris-e, he said he was under arre?t, charged with
perjury, decertkn. and ome other offenses, and was
ca his wny to hunt up a lawyer. He wanted no
one but Cbas. O'Conor, tbe famous New York law
yer, who is engaged as counsel for Jeff. Davis. On
making further inquiries, I judged the Professor
was out of his right miud. and that be was laboring
under mental hallucination, which I tbink it proba
b!e, fvr be gave evidence, while in Honolulu, tba
bis mathematicil profession was more than his brain
could endure, and I remarked then that I feared it
would result as it probably has. I advised him to
go home, keep quiet, and drop bis profession. But
he stoutly averred be was under arrt, and every
man. be met was a policeman.
Adieu, U. M. W.
Hawaiian Pfjrae Books.
A FRESH M'IM'LV,
BOCXD JN' NEAT
FAMILY OROfERYAXD FEED STORE.
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, HOW
EVER LOW OTHERS 31 AY SELL,
I INTEND TO SELL LOWER !
Am D. CART WRIGHT.
T WILL HAVE A SLl'FLV OF THIS
Hot Every Afternoon at 3 O'clock.
ALSO, TflREE TIMKS A WEEK
Hot Tea IRtisIi:
FAMILY GROCEnYi FEED STORE !
493-2u A. 1). CARTWRIOHT.
ODD FELLOW'S HALL,
Y LATE ARRIVALS I HAVE RECEIV.
tD A GREAT VARIETV OK
Choics New Groceries!
OF THE R EST QUALITY.
CONSISriXO IX PART OF
New California Cheese
10 lb bags Hominy
10 lb bags Oatmeal
10 lb bag New Buckwheat
Kstra Good No. 2 Manila Cigars
Now Eastern Dried Applee, superior
True Lemon Syrup
Ktngford Corn Starch
IV-cati Nuts, Ivtistern Cranlwries
Wwtphalia Hams 12 lbs each.
Extra Sugar Citretl N. Y. Family Ham?, about
Frerh French Fruits in cjruj s
Assorted French Syrutrt.
A New and Very Superior Lot of
SELECTED II Y A CHUCK.
gj. Cnttys Pure Oolong, most delicate flavor
5 lb 1hjx'.s Orange Ptkoe
5 lb IxtXHH Gooil Oolong
Natural Le.tf Japan Tea
And n Variety of Otlieva.
FOR SALE BY
A. H. C J A RT V RIGHT.
TO THE PURMC !
A NEW IDEA.
ECONOMY, USEFULNESS AND ELE
GANCE COMBINED ! ! !
Messrs. A. S. Grinbaum & Co.,
Have Imported ex "Comet!"
The Celebrated A. 31. Pollak's
Vienna Water Proof Saloon Matches
KNOWN THROUGH OFT THE WORLD
as the BEiT and CiitATEST, they combine all the
qualities alore stated; to wit :
Economy As each box contains 1 Matches (fifty per
cent more than a package of common Card Matches) none of
which will ever fail.
('fiilne. As blns Water and Iamp Troof they are
enabled u rvsut the deteriorating efrVvts of s-aon and climate,
Uiis property alo renders them the very thing f-r Chip's use.
Elrisntice" As in their composition they are entirely free
fr m ?uli'hu, wl ioh is so offensive t the senses and injurious
to health, and beinjr contained in elegantly made boxes, tliey
are thereby rendered pre-eminently suiteu for the Counting
K"-m. Drawine Room. c. Kc.
Mror.. GUlMi U'.M Co.. have been appointed
g"LE AOKMS in the Hawaiian Itlands, for the sale of the
above Celebrated Matche mad will sujiply them to the Trade,
ic any desired quinllty.
Make but a smr trial of them, and for the future, you will
willingly use no other.
A. M. POLL A K.
4S0-3m Vienna .Manufacturer.
G. FRED GK PFLUGER
OFFERS FOK SALE
At Low and Reasonable Prices.
TERV SUPERIOR WHITE LINEN TABLE
Very superior brswn linen Inble Damntk,
Superior rendy iiinrle white lineu Dnuiaik,
Table Covers and ZXaplviiis,
SUPERIOR. HEAVY BLACrl SILKS,
French Plain de Laines, all Colors
A GREAT VARIETV OF
Dress Trimmings & Millinery (Joods
Chinese faney rticle and eurioaitien.
ENI:LISII and FRENCH PERFCME-
rie? of the best kind.
BLANK FORMS OF AGREEMENT 1JE
twren Masters ami Sorvaut the on' auiht-rlred form
Friee (I.OO per Dozen.
II M. WIIITNKY.
" FOLYHESIAIT !"
I HAVE JL'ST RECEIVED A CHOICE
NATURAL LEAF AND OT11EK FIRST RATE BRANDS.
Prepared Smoking Tobacco in great variety.
JOUS AyDERSOX'S SOLACE.
A Large Assortment of Wooden and other PIPES.
Also, by baric Wilis tier.
A Full AaKrtment of
FOXD.VX'S or CREAM CANDV in great variety.
OUt VROPS, CORDIAL DROPS,
CHOCOLATE DROPS and CIGAR CANDY.
A very full assortment of STICK CANDY I
Mint, Strawberry, B.tnaua, Lemon, CloTea, Annisette, Cinna
raon. Roe ami Winter Green.
lioclc Candv, assorted.
MAPLE SUGAR CANDY I
FRESf ENGLISH JTALXUTS,
BRAZILUAX or B UTTER NUTS.
SOFT SHELL ALMONDS, RAISINS.
Awl a variety of other thiut coo numerous to men t lou, all
of which I atn i-repareJ to sell at the
Very Lowest Cash Prices.
I am ccngranMy receiving FRESH GOODS by the
Late J. CATTANACH.
Corner King aud Nuuanu street!, opjosite Kubitiaon's New
HMUC MOWN FAIT!
IJ'or Sale by
C. BREWER t CO. !
rgiHIS PREPARATION IS MADE FROM
M ier-oxy.le of Iron and Manganeiw. lu.iu natural state
it is of a Kedish Brown, and in combination with other Paints
it gives all the browns desirable. In its primitive beauty and
lustre, it appears clour, pure, and fresh. It is soft, unctuous,
and easy to grind. It flows freely from thj bruwh. and works
easy. It poa?es a more elastic body than other I'ainU. It
leaves upon the surface a glossy, unfading, durable
METATiT iIC COAT 1
Not liable to become tarnished, and makes a never-fadini;
I'aiut, as one acquainted with its ingredient must know. It
will not change color by exposure to the weather, and will
endure any climaie witl.out cracking or blistering--while ex
posure hardens it, making in time a covering
ALMOST AS HARD AS IRON I
Protecting wood from dt-i-ay, and iron and other metals from
Corr.sion. It mixt-s readily with Unseed oil, and -may be used
for all c'linn.im piirp-mes without giindnig. It lits already
been extensively u set 1, aud has won f r itself an unparalleled
reput.iliun, having :iveQ universal n:itistactUm for painting
Houses, Barm, both wood or brick, or the Hulls, Decks or
(unuels of fbips, Uock liatei, Ii. 1 1, t ood or brick work, ex
posed to the action of the atujt.5f.tuie or sea water, Iron
I'.lUgea, Ftnccs. Iluilway Cars, Uepola, Tin anil Shingle iloofs,
Lc. O'nen coarse linen or cauvas i" covered with it, it becomes
water-proof, does net crack wnen rolled, and preserves it from
rot. It Is preferable to auy paint for prinjia. It dors nut roll
In rubbing down, saves time and labor, and produces a firm
and smooth surface, requiring less oil than any ottit-r Mineral
Paint. Painters will find this the cheapest, and most durable
for all outside work. And for priming uu.ier any other Paint,
it is unequuled. While the base ol all other Mineral Paints is
Clay and Silica, WINTER'S MLTALL1C BROWN is composed
of the following :
Per-Oxydeor Iron 8 4(1
8etquioxyde of .Mauganepe 4 f5
Silica 8 31
Alumina 2 65
Do. WisTica Dar Sir : I have been using your Metallic
Paint for the last three years on Freight and Passenger Cars,
. Engines, Tenders, &c. I And it the best paint I have ever
used for durability, and from the numerous tests I have sub
jected it to, proves it to be superior to any paint now in use,
requiring less oil. and its being almost pure Iron is susceptible
of the fluest possible polish. I hae never known it to crack,
blister or scale, and I unhestitatingly recommend it to all those
who desire a cheap, durable aud good paint.
E. U. BENEDICT,
Master Mechanic, U. a: M. R. R.
CiscwxATt, June 7, 1969.
We have used Winter's Metallic Brown Paint, and until we
And something better, we will continue to use it on our Iron
work, both Roofing and Bridging. So far there is nothing now
in use knowo to us. tfvit can compare with it in its tenucity to
articles, especially Iron. It is perfectly water and weather proof.
It doesnot waste by exposure to weather, and we &ud that on
Boilers, Chimneys, ic, it is not influenced bv heat.
isS-lftii MOsLEY ii Co.
WILL KEEP A
constant supply of the above
Which is much superior to K:iprn and equal to the best
ROMAN or PORTLAND CEMENT and used exclusively in
the State aad foiled States Works in California.
For sale bv
479-3m ALDRICU, WALKER Co.
REDWOOD LUMBER !
KE2STTTJCK Y ' '
FOR SALE BV
CEORCE C. HOWE !
Inidin 1 't11 PLANED CLEAR
2000 1 11 INCH PLANED CLEAR RED
WOOD 3000 1 t-2 INCH PLANED CLEAR RED
WOOD 30OO 2 Inch PLANED CLEAR REDWOOD
45.7GO FEET ROUGH REDWOOD
13,000 Feet a-st. REDWOOD SCANTLING
SHAVED REDWOOD SHINGLES
10,000 FEET 1x18 INCH PLANED FIR
P. S. Redw ood Lumber is all the Go
Have eJnst Received
DEXMS BRUNDRIT AND ALBERNI !
BEST ENGLISH FIRE BRICKS,
Very Superior RED BRICKS,
And 200 M SHINGLES.
Which they trill Srll noic ON THE WIlAKF
at Very Moderate Ratts.
42-3tn JAXIOY, GREEN fct'o.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Fro m Liverpool.
"a splendid assortment of
BEST 15 EST BAR IRO.V !
Which they will supply in quantities of One Ton or more at
Very Low Knte.
ALSO, ABOUT 60C0 RUNNING FEET
Tramway Iron, 1 3-4x1-4
Which will be delivered DRILLED at a Low Price per pound .
About 3000 Running Feet T RAILS !
14$ Pouuds to tbe Foot.
1-R INCH SHEET IRON, all siize;
HOMOGENEOUS IRON, very superior;
ANGLE IRON, Rwortrd ai7.e;
HALF ROUND IRON,
IRON SHAFTING up to 8 1-2 Inch,
IRON BOILER TUBES 3 &. 3 1-2 Inch;
Aortetl BOILER Jc COOPER'S RIVETS.
4 SETTS 15 Inch RAILWAY WHEELS.
Janion, Green 6c Co.
NEW GOODS !
DASTLE k COOKE!
Garibaldi, Sacramento, Rob Eoy,
Belvidere arid Iolani !
FVoin tlie EAST, and by the
NIPHON, from England,
lASES AMERICAN fc ENGLISH PRINTS
J BALES AMOSKEAG DENIMS.
Cases American and English Bleached and
Best French Kid Gloves!
FOR LADIES AND GENTS.
And a Large Variety of Other
Dry and JPcLiicy Goods I
To Arrive by tSic Same.
Kegs Nails, Cans best English B. L. Oil and White Lead,
Casks Sheet Zinc, New York White Lead and Zinc,
Carbon Oil, Green Paint, Tatent Dryer,
CRATES OF YELLOW NAPPIES AND
Paris, Steel and tx Plows with extra points,
Corn Sheliers, Horse Hoes,
Ox Yokes, No. 4, 5 and 6; Hay Cutters,
Oz Bows. H and 2 inch; Manure Forks,
Ames beet C. S. Spades and Shovels,
Or's; Axe, Adze, Pick. Oo, Iloe and Sledge Handle;
Hunt and Taylor's Handled Axes, No. 4J to 6;
Hunt's best Pick Axes,
Hatchets of all kinds,
Cuba and Louisiana Cane Knlres, best cast steel;
Gum Arabic, DaTidson's I. R. Syringes,
Epsom Salts, Cases Table Salt iu 20 lb bags.
Kegs Carbonic Soda.
4 Large and Handsome Assortment of
"Wlieeler & AVilson's
SEWUNTG- MACHINES !
Also, a Fresh Lot of
Dr. Jayne's Celebrated Medicines
All of which will be soli, and on as favorable
terms a? can be had in the market.
All Order from tbe Other Islands cnreful
Ir at tenilei! to. nnd selection of Dry, Fancy
or Otber Good made with the gr en text care.
D. 3ST. F L IT ITER
Offers For Sale
A SUPERB ASSORTMENT OF
X DEE3 "7S7m 3E3 Hi H. I
BY LATE ARRIVALS DIRECT FROM
1ST e w Y ork.
Consisting in part of
A MERICAN MF'O CO'SCOLD HUNTING
AMERICAN MF'O Co's SILVER HUNTING CASED
LADIES GOLD WATCHES.
Superior Gold Curb, Vest and Chatalaine Chains,
DIAMOND RINGS, single stone and in cluster.
FINGER RINGS, a great variety of styles, of onyx,
carbuncle, emerald, topaz, ruby and garnet.
BREAST PINS, of different patterns, onyx, jet, coral,
filaproe pearl and Etruscan.
BRACELETS, in great variety.
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Shirt Studs, Thimbles,
Wntch Key n nil Sets) Charms,
NECKLACES, GOLD PEN AND PENCIL CASES,
Coral Armlets and NecklneoN,
A New Lot of Superior CI OLD PENS, different
A Splendid Lot of Silver Ware !
GOBLETS, CCPS AND NAPKIN RINGS,
Fish, Pie, Fruit aud Butter Knives.
Oljve Forks and Spoons, Sardine Forks and Spoons,
And Expects to Arrive Shortly
.V INVOICE OF
TELESCOPES, CHARTS AND OTHER
AND ANOTHER INVOICE OF
T 3E W ELJRY!
Of Latest Styles.
This assortment offers a fine opportunity to thoe seeking
Fop tlie Coming Holidays.
DIRECT FROM THE
ORDERS FROM THE OTHER
ISLANDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
THE ASSORTMENT CONSISTS 11ESIDES THE USUAL
DRUGS & POPULAR MEDICINES
OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ;
tj HARLEM OIL, TOOTH POWDERS
Rett a;d Saltpetre, Bronchial Troches,
lT Citrate of Magnesia, Chlorate of Lime,
" Hand Mirrors, Lemon Syrup,
A Crrni Variety of Medieiunl Fluid Extract
CatDpLor, Sulphur, Silver Soap,
Hamburg Tea, Fish's Hair Restorative,
Erasive Salts, Hall's Balsam for the lungs.
French Capsules, superior article;
Thorn's Extracts, Mis. Wilson's Syrup,
Dr. Sweet's celebrated Liniment,
Perfumed Toilet Powder. Hair Dye,
Cuehons, Indelible Ink. Graefcnburg Eye Water,
Graefenlmrg Pills, Graefenburg Bitters,
Genuine Bogle's Hyperion Fluid,
Genuine Costar's Rat Poison,
Alcohol for medicinal and mechanical use.
New Patent Nurse Bottles,
A large assortment or INDIA RUBBER SYRINGES and otber
INDIA RUBBER GOODS, medical and Fancy.
Ribbons for perfuming rooms, Isinglass, Plaster,
Best English Blue Pills, sugar coated;
Cathartic Pills, U. S. P. sugar coated;
Night lights, Nursing Bottles and Nipples, new kind:
Tbeollne aod Benxine for removing stains or grease.
Finest Tooth Wash and Powder,
Finest Tooth Brushes,
Books of Litmus Paper,
Best India Rubber Comh,
India Rubber Smelling Bottles, Lily White, etc., etc., etc.
THE VERY CHOICEST AND BEST
NIGHT BLOOMING CERES,
Best German Cologne,
VERY SUPERIOR R0DGERS' KNIVES.
FOR SALE BY
436-231 E. HOFFMANN, M. D.
WAIMANALO MARKET J
On King Street, opposite the Bethel.
WILL BE OPENED ON THE lat OF
OCTOBER under the management of J. R. PRICE,
FAMILIES OF HONOLULU :
Choice jVX eat!
And all other who wish Good Meat. Meat of all kind, such at
PORK, TEAL, SAUSAGES,
CORNED BEEF, TONGUE,
TRIPE, &c, On II nnd.
Pigs, Fowls and Fish, served to Order.
Meats deliverecf in all parts of the Town.
iV. D. Books will be opened on the 30M of
September for Orders.
10,000 Old Newspapers
SUITABLE FOR WRAPPING PAPER.
For nale chrp by the 100 or 1000.
H. II. WHITNEY.
Of fesuii FrunolHoo.
TMIR UNDERSIGNED HAVING IIEE.N
. appointed acuta fur the above Company, beg leave to
Inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
Cnrgees, Freight aud Treasure.
434-ly ALDRICII. WALKER A CO.
OFFICE : Southwest corner of Washing
ton and Battery streets.
T11IE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to issue u Marine Insurance policies," each being respon
sible for the sum written on the Policies against his ova nam
only, and for himself and not for others or any of them.
J ohm Pakrott. 'Jambs Dokabcc,
Gkorok C Johh.-wm, William li. Barron,
N. Lc.mnq, ! J axes Otis,
James Pbblak, Jambs B. IIagoim,
Lafayette Matnahd, iJ. JIora Moss.
ALDRICU. WALKER k. CO. Agents.
Honolulu. 11. I.
II A JIRlJUCill-it REMEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV.
rflHE UNDERSIGNED, Agents of the above Comi
M. pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCIIERS & CO.
Honolulu Oct. 11. 1857. 47S-ljr
7MIIE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF THE
JL above Company, have been authorized to Insure risks on
CARGO, FREIGHT and TREASURE.
by COASTERS from Honolulu to all ports of tlie Hawaiian
Group, and vice versa.
471-ly H. HACKFELD if CO.
rfMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING REEN
JL appointed Agents for the above company, beg leave to
'nform the the public, that they are now prepared to isnae
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts of the
H. HACKFELD k CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1862. 464-ly
rf MIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS FOR THE
JL above Company, have recently received Instructions to re.
duce the Rate of Premium on Stone and Brick Buildings and on
Merchandise stored therein, and are now prepared to issue poli
cies on more favorable terms than heretofore.
Risks taken on Buildings, Machinery, &c. on Sugar Plants,
Ion. JANION, GREEN tr Co.,
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
N. I. This Company takes risks on goods only and not on
vessels. 482 8m
CASTLE A: COOKE,
APPOINTED BY BIGELO W & BROTHER,
of San Francisco, Agents fur the well known MARINJC
The N. V. Phcnlx. aaaet. f; 1,000,000.
Aud the N. V. Security, set .2,000,000.
Are prepared to take risks upon CARGO. TREASURE
and FREIGHTS, to and from all parts of the world
against partial or total loss from War or Marine hazards, upon
the most favorable terms.
ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
New England Life Inmrnnce Company,
Life riks taken upon the most favorable terms. 479-6m
, 1 1 m
jLVIap of tlie Sand
rflHE ONLY CORRECT MAP OF THESE
JL Islands is that of the U. H. Exploring Expedition, pub
lished by the American Government. Every farmer who owns
an acre of ground, every cj.pUin who commands a coaster, ev
ery traveler who wants to find correct names and distances, aad
every gentleman who desires to be posted up about the group
should possess a copy of it,
A few copies left, price $1.50 each.
For sale at the BOOKSTORE.
HOURS AT HOME."
A POPULAR MONTHLY DEVOTED TO
Religious and hatful Literature, can be bad at the BOOK
STORE for tl sa Yfisr.
Every Saturday jMorning.
Citt A5D Island SCB3CRIPTIOK3, $3.00 a Tbar.
The subscription pricefor papers forwarded to any part of Ame
rica is $8 00 per annum, which includes the American and Ha
waiian postages. AH papers for European ports, will be charged
the postage demanded at the post-office, whicti varies from 4 to
8 cents on each single paper.
XjT SCB3CRIPTIOS3 PAVABLK ALWAYS IS ADVANCE.
X7 Communications from all parts of the Pacific will ways
be very acceptable.
(Sommcvcmt printing Office
PLAIN AND FANCY
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
, SUCH AS
BOOK?, BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
CATALOGUES, BILLS OF LADING,
BILLHEADS. CONSULAR BLANKS,
CIRCULARS, BLANK DEEDS?.
AUCTION BILLS, HANDBILLS,
(tT VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS priated
on a " Yankee Card Press," in the highest style of the art.
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