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C O 171 1T E R C I J li .
.?trC. A .!'. OCTOBER
The rit..-il tfu of th Shtun.i ,ak t-i tie Nrrth.-rn
o itro.inl, ail the rrk!es d.slru. -ten . I prrtj by
hr, Ui always Ir r-i'r'.ed a th mo.t wanton i&d ro. r.--v-
oua at rf rin-y ever committed, which ro ap..iogi e i
A ..J ail th r fKH'J-vi.Trt. -s 'U as
t!Lcc, stiii i-.:iy merit the fate of hrigara!. ntwrr they
le found. Tt..'i tar ba do l:r c He J tr r
inking tl. i-r,; tr th rl.w.bot of this pirate than
-i.-.t 5fkiv:t-f rp;li:ihl ft . rea-zabi to fr.utr.e,
:h--r.V. tr.a:, fivca otce ca.- str eft the Kl.ai.cg grownd
r..t :ae .i.:.- wt ojr u: r--;r: fuL. hr, Khlch Jjc
2-?. iil hc cor.te.ieJ lh- dtr.-ti r cf rev-l?, w should
.".a?e b-if l u. ir iJ U, as .f w oi l I i.-c -ry to vr,d the
i f l.irnM l..i j f tr..i p. rt cr Fan Fra-ciico. Up
r- -:ii.-r 1. rr. rei-.r: r.a.1 ln rcceised from Ur there.
It n:ur..l tKt oi aUrni huvl-l rtit.l :.
i tfi? -.-.t-u..-i.t in Nrt it-tifTi, tr.at :uri!: it- Lr-t t.ait
iu the rth twl Suth Itrc to the xt-t,t fjf two t;.l a half
million', li r-r cct i r'tuiuta t-ai.1 for war ri.-k. F'r-
tanvly t.r wt.ale!.ip .wti;r. th Io.llan ktpt the ovrUnl
trlf rraph l i tfier u-tr!d duriiijf mrt of AaOst, thm tari.V heg
.1:1 . v. .. .-tt .. ....
rr.ai r-.m tuc .cUv . . .---c - -
part or ;ut bjo!Ji, a..T wa hi-: iMurauce vinip ini rr
faI to take wr rtk at ar.y j ri-re. A the prices ,f oil an l
tooe a.!vwrel io Sejf ttbr to Ttry high f.gars, it is not im-
prubal.ie th-it thene intermM in whaler-i wi.J. aft-r ait, gaia ty
th pirikt' Irprvlaticrn, cotwith-tnlii.s the Urge accent j
pji.l fjt marine an-1 war injurar.ee on wha!eth:pe. ' It'a an j
ill wio.1 that M aoU-ly rv gor,.!." j
f r a r or own port U oneim,il, there i net the ka;t j
f r ur.aioe retfalK locril trad, f.r it U jaite prcha- J
LI- iNat we ihan La7e aa pooil a fttti eaoo aa last ear. W
Rnin-, cf r-ur3e, that the !-tr-i1:on tf whal-hip ha htvn J
cuu&rir I to what ia known. The li.-t f mhracea 21 hip tumil,
ml 4 borvtol. A pr?ioa of the only niM har come to I
t.l port, ana tfe rem wkiI I nne K&ne tiMa rnci-. ui
the CI tiirned. w uM h-ir- reTuiiirl at FrriC::o,
ar.-t 14 at thi port. The fleet at the North thi rummer M'.m
tr a! out 9i ships, that thre remain W cr "0 ts3-U to
i:t the two port, anl w fLail hae in he aggregate aUut
aa many ai we ha.l Ia f!l. A grat itnpetu has bn piven
by the Shrnantioal't Af reJatiotn anil the h!gh price of oil,
t- the &ttic? out of neir whaUrh:p, Ith in New Be-JTorl ar.l
Baa Fraariico. From the formtrr port o?cr CO Tcl will ho
ent out before January, and it Is probable that during the
enrr'nt 12 cionths, a larger fleet cf ihip will be CltcO. cut
than for rrl years pxst. TIte want cf TPse?n to be pur
chartl suitable for the srrice will be the otlr thing that may
prevent it. Th're is no reason why Honolulu should nut harv
In th.m ivmdin mhnliri litiftinM. &nd efid out A dovn r.w
i , . .-v, i . , .
irels. The adraotag-s which she has alay tad, be .
9 fo-day a much a evrr before.
The New London paper notice the retnrn to that port, of the ;
whaling bark Pionerr, Capt. E. Morgan, which sail
; , .. j
oi oa ,
IIaJon' Cay Jane 4. 14C4, taring made one of the
uce4ful rsyages oa reeorl. She brings 19X barrel
and CO,(KiO 11. of bone, worth as price stood In Aopust,
I1SO.0CO. bet there was a targe advance in September her
cargri will proaby realize cser filDO.OX), the earning of a
crul."e cf 14 mordhs. the sailed at a cot cf :5,C(l. icctudin;
Ttt ami sutiTt. Capt. M'r?-n owns or.e fourth cf the veiel.
A frw soch foyage will srn revive the whaling busiis. f
F'.rthr whaling news arl oil market reports rill be fvutid
Ship ri axrired at New Dedford, SeptrHilxr 1, 10 1 tlays
fit ra Iloiilutiu Her cargo will realize very high prices.
Ia the Eastern States trade of every description was unusu
ally active, ami never more profitable than at the late-it ad . ice.
This Ius been cau.icl ia part by the owning cf the Southern
territory, with a imputation of eight millions .f i.p!tf to the
commence of the North, and of Europe. The N. Y. Triltunr,
cn.l .r ilatc of S-pt'-tnticr 1, says :
Thi city was sever met proerMis at the ctrse of August
than it i to-day. Tiaie is unexpectedly prxnl; almt any
thing wi rth buying metrts a ra1y sal at tiir prices ; the is a
jiiM-k d uiand ( r rs-U cf all kinl. -facially stemboutf ;
ur raitmad have to kill a gool share f their customer to
krrp the agirrrvate within their espneity cf transportiition;
ar.d Industry Cods ample employment cn every side.'
ioH was quoted in New York Sept. 10, at 144.
Late telegrams received in Faa Franciaro rrjrt a considera
ble advance ia me.ny staple articles in New York, the advance
bring eaased by the fact that 'h-j uVmand exceed the supply, j,
la tts commercial article, the ilulttia cr the 2sth September
sat f : j
'Tet-graphi-: lpalehes frm New Y. rk, dated C31 inst.. 1
joot n libt deelire as fellows: Lon.nl.il- hirtinr SOr. and
ll'mmic print Tltic; wtile thr-p'y carin bad advan-t to
t2 04. 0t the 2ith. hoeevrr, thre was aofu react H.O; l.n
Ja itirtit c were S4 ntrl P rTima priuti 21c. These 1-oo.U
wru'd cox rore to tan. I hrr than th-y hav t-rm iwilir rr in .
th.s market a!l through te eon. H'bile it is to l-c- hojieil ;
tait h' pnee r t roods in the tlat may rome down to a reas-ia- .
tli p-iir.t. we must crtif?s we can no indications of such
a ron.ioii.maf ion this fa!! notw ith-iandl. ? the t.t-av, tecc-ipl tt ,
ctvr..n a: thr ii pi i:. The j--tiv" decian-t for g-mls tj
su;r! the touihetn marte's, ia a I law n to ctt.ei iceir, ia
seuirg i-ile i in-H.-i in i. tion. srd ire conspariitiy r.h:.m '
cm.'itup'i7w dr man I fr raw material pr.ciu-ies ry dn i.lvl
abtt-u-'t t iu prices 'it' pro'.u t ol ibl lraoch cf uotatit c :
ts- aar,utar, ta wnked i,p lo it.. ti-Th."st eapar:Jy, w.li ix
iwr Iarr;pt i' is bri.-.ved. to mft th unusual tracTgcricy
wl lh h-.a atisfa w.th tne ; turj of .-eace, ar.d wiil te j wide-
Jy ir.l rar.J'.y u'.:ti.t.:t J m to obviate ai.y Jj.-.-'t tf hu ua-b'irh-
srcurnulation f r a icng t.rre to ci.ee.
"? fr a e. t ton good art? onccmd e?pec.ily shtet.ng
tvr.1 fc.rt:r,cs, aJ i-.-inij. the sio. t cf which we far beio the
crr. k.c .ve (l-a,i;.d. u...Kr ar.y tlrcoi..!: cn- ih -rr it not
try- .t t. r.--r r.-isrl slirnum porchosf. It is imposaihl.
sti ovfrtock 'f it.vi.1. a tru- gio.ls are Dot lo lr had in
:.ci..i.l ii.ii e, ml any pnc -:v Jblicr", m..reover, are i
jaito.rf with thatr bn..ied fcujplie-. of iAnIrd c-l'otiS w.th ,
e r riue rel.ulai ce, In..,ng foi eli ihy rati not ! replaced '
t:.- r.tiixr wait tf ptir. Ih' tra.1 cf the present week. J
io.ir.-i, i-j i-n m.-t cf them v.ituaily bare of hir:.mrs, wl.il- .
t t print thr nt.ick reducr.1 Io Ihe smallest pro-ri.ii- ever .
known ! ?n Franeisco iKTim-' a market. We hav Ix-fore ;
mirked tliat the sr.-tmi i too fr ailvanrvd to repk-nih sup-
yitr irim ir- ra.-vnu inai inierior r-iiciio g'mKi a t umrviy
substitute,?, purely a a matter f nrers.itv; ami a consumer
inut have and can n't atf.rd to wait for certain kinds of cotton
fabric, there is a tiir tlegree of activity in the goods1 thus sub-
LOCAL COMMERCIAL XEItS.
The tror.g trade which set in cn Tuesday brought in a fleet
of trn whalers to this pott, and several have d'ibtless arrived
at Lahain anl Kilo. The targe number of vessels now in the
harbor gives to our port its usual buy look. The later report
frcei th North show an improvement in the average ratrb,
and Ihe season's work, will doubtless rove satisfactory, consid-
rirg the circumstance referrcl to al-ove. For the catch of !
the ships in port, see our marine list ar.d al?o the fall shipping
table issued oo a separate shett. (
The f'llowirg are the rale f,.r oil and bone 6xed at the
American Consulate, which regulate the whole paying clT of
ship at this port :
Sperm oil, per gallon, 02 cent.
W hale ell, per gallon. ti4 cents.
Coast oil. per gallon, CO cent.
Arctic hah'bnne, p r pourxl, 73 rent.
chctsk Whatebontr, per pouml. "1 ceuts.
Merchantmen tare arrived freely tlie past week also. The
schooner Alice, on Saturday, br.m.-ht the circu troupe from
San Fraaciso', and will leave for Tahiti and Australia earty in
The ship Bengal, came ia on Monday, en rente for China,
having had a long passage cf 20 days from San Franci'co.
Soon after leaving San Francisco she was struck by a Ncrwest
squall and thrown on her testa end, shifting her cargo badly.
Before righting op she was competed to throw overboard some
tw-cty-nve tons of cargo. She sailed again cn the 25th.
The brig rerprtua from the same port had a passage of 24
days, atI sailed for SJiar.ghae on the 21h.
The Hawaiian brig If. C. TalLot returr.s from retropoJov
ki. to tl. Hackfttl Jk Co, havi:tg been encaged in a trading
TT.e British ship. Sy'pke, ia ballast, from Japan, made a
handsome run cf 2S days from Kanagawa. She is f.r sale or
charter, and we tear is a beautifully tanleled clipper, and a
remark aMy fist vesseL If net disposed of here site wilt
sail for Callao .r Valpar.vso.
Th Fritish ship -fdi inre, whtch arnvel yesterday from
Paruiria, is nn.I.-r charter to t.v-1 guano at Baker's Island.
?te will erme into port and receive some repairs before going on.
TI.c departures leides those noted aliove, have been the
Whirtltr and Ke oka both for San Francisco, with full cargoes
cf produce. The HHiitlrr's exports consist in part of: 1S64
pkg (2o2.2i0 Hs) sugars; 542 I kgs (14,15 ralls moUscs-,
41l'S oranges: SI bags peanuts; 110 pkgs (40T3 lbs) tallow,
aiH 313 pkgs (.1223 lb) effee. The Kroxi t.nk : SCO pkg
(5T0 IN) sugar; 40 pke (t'XW It) rice; f.3 pkg (l,3o9
gall'; ao::i-Hes; 4ST pkgs (C9.5J li s) coffV-e. and SS pkgs
i'Zi. ii( pranuts.
The Cey'on, . f Lre wer & Co's Trton Line cf Packet, haa
comc-.t-r-ed taking in her cargo tX oil and bone for New Bed
ford The lotani of the tame line wdl be laid on for tiie Amc
destinatioa as soon a discharged. The Arctic, ri the isme I
line. L np for freight or charter. The A. J. Pore will lead f r I
Ejrci, in Hickfeld 1: Co's line of Bremen paeket.
SAX FRAXCISCO MARKETS.
The Saa Francisco markets show very little charge in the
prices of goals ami island product, and nest articles can be
purchased there cheaper than fn New York , the markets being
ww largely suppUrd from Europe. The following ubte rep- j
rewctj Ui state of the Saa Fraccisco market on the COth cf
Whoat. t r milKr.? per 100 ft
Karb v, n w, fe-eil . fr 10e .s ........
t.,"f-d. fer l-0h
Crr.. i-r 100 ft
Fi a..-. i.p"rr. per bl.....
f -.., ei.';ri H.r I.HI..
1 SO iffi 1 92
'J5 Ct 1 05
1 30 Ci 1 zo
, 1 50 W 2 SO
5 75 it 6 CO
l Of I -o
l r.i ju 2 50
. . . . 1 i 'i to, t :
. .. 3 I"'
i r fr 12 .v
t fi "s J
j JVlVJl.V- ril ' n
ras-tr, r tl :i per !b
u,-.r. j-r ! S. J.-
... ! it
I'.. rfr I af f f. ...
... ' 5 Kl:
... 4j ii'
. . -o
j h,.it..r;c-.,..rr1.,.pt'rlt.... - ..
: i t.vr, .r It
ur 1 f'r -
, J-.o ft'cl t. K.ca ,' KVa' d Flor a.'.
Moiassn. s. I. pCT CBiion .
3vup. p i. .ri pailon...
k.ce. N'. 1 t."t.i: -r tt,
I r,-l Carr ii.u r Jt
I.J A..l ft t
lituti, (.cr tt
-cl. r t
n, jrr- -r., per !h -i;U t:i . . . .
i"-r !r Ci;f')ri...i
lliji . utf'u, i- r
C.-we ti.l ,
l'rk, iufi HZ; clrar
-0 CiO 4 j i
. . .4 j
A"i,r V, iw wuiiic-s, rr.. .
; .. ( jX j , c ;J fe t
i't ) Forci.-n et , fc Ji, 2'J
Mums. i tfc...
.1 -0 Fih-. f tt. 12
.-i; l' Olanfct, !(...
I racH, f ;c i j 10. J
Ship Orphru, 1.272 ton, h is been chartered at faa Fran- j
ci-wo fi.r Hon'koiig at a round sum. f-he will rco ive freight at j
1 I'.ug ton.
ifUAUxu yi:u's. !
P.ark Tiirinc, CNj.t. J l.ua Winslnar, a;l.d from w I
r.edf-r l Au-'u-t a:;, !!, f r the North I'acitic Ocean. i
ghip Adthnr, Sou!, Sailed from Now fcedfurd 20:h Aug., for I
North Parif.c -o-a:i. j
Sl ip I.y lia. "Cl t'Tui, cf New Ix,ndon, ft.rm-rly belonging in :
F:tirhaeu, h;i l-n pur--ha-d U-n private tfrm, by Kdmund j
Mul.i-l'l, i,t N. i-.'d:Y-rd, aud is t bo continued in the whahnit ,
! btuii.-. j
I Hark 0roli Zd, rfvr.tly purclia-icl by J. It. Hudley, is
j Cuiirg for th Atlantic fc-e-.ui. t- ail ept. lt, uixlvr the com- !
maud ci capt. reu-g Curaeu, late of bar Urtan, i-l ?triiinrira. j
IJa.-k yortnan, fonnerty of Nar.tuck'-t, is to be fitted by i
Charl-s S. ILadall, fcr a whalit.g royap- to the Arctic tJccaa
xm.fv the command of dpt. ivter Chil is, formerly of .-hip
H'ui. Thomj'ton, to sail Oct. 10;h.
ii.iuot. itorF,w iruioni, U3 ion, laieiy cmp:o ej in:
the Pouth American trad, ta been purchased by KdwarJ C !
Jone. K., of that city, on private terms, and wiil be fitted for j
The New De.!ford standard Bay the whaiine ?chooner Ad- !
Ship St. (itorijv, cf N. Bedford, 403 ton. lately emptoyeJ in
miral llt'ikr arrived at Hippican recently from a cruise cf
three month and nineteen lays in the Atlantic with a cargo of
9S barrel srni and f ur barrtls blacktlth oil, worth, at pre
sent pric, $ Jl.tOO. Value of resel and outfit, J3.0OO.
Iark .1 !. HowLmd. frm Pacific Ocean, arrivd at N'rtr
Radford il?:h it.su wi:h 00 bU sp oil ca board. Pent hom-
and o!d on the voyage 400 I. bis. An?. 11, lat. 40, loa. CO,
bark -Vwy h'razitr, Ailen, N. II. with Ti bbi p oil.
Wcatport, 140 do.
... r- ... i- i- ,T i.... . i . ,
tarenboaMbbU o;. atciuVyrnVtr
I whales (2oo bbi) thi sean. j
; Oarlatid, N. IJ. 25 epi OJ, Louim, d, etean, ail well. I
n.e following is the latent prime 1 report cf the Extern oil i
j market, but tel-grarhic advices received in San Frar.riM.-o,
Sept. iS, rtjirrt etil! furtlier advance in prices cf oil and bone :
New I'.i nn.RO Oic Makklt. The last news from the North
ern tth;ilio:f fleet has had n tendency to rtinke holders more
firm in ttr-ir vi'.w. and prices have advai.ctd. fperm Ining
held at $ I CO and opwtrds per pal., aril whale at I 65 to
$17'). M.aKlKir.e is htld at ; I.-j and upward ptr Ih. for
Arctic. Tl.e sales for the pat wek end. race. .JU bbl. sperm at
l.-j ir gat: Z.M b. inferior, at J2.2T-, and 2J00 d ). at
2 HO. ?t - k of irni in flrt hand. 'S2.Zt.
In whale the sale-shave been 220 bbl. South Sea ujnti pri
vate terms, and So ) do. Northern at Jl.CO in.r gall. Stx-k in
first hands 14. COO hb!s.
In whaklMifie 30OO lbs. Arctic at S-per Ih-, and 200O do. at
A dispatch flora London, reivtJ via Farther Point, reports
STra od held in London at 05 per ton. an advance of 5 to
0. mid none to be had at that price. .V. II. Standard.
For Sam Kiixruro inr Smyrniote, soon.
For Lahaina per Nettie Merrill, at 11 A. M. this day.
r kahi ici ir Kamoi and Keiki, this day, at 4 P. M.
PORT OP HONOLULU. II. I.
21 Am .-hr Alice, Winding. lSil.iy from San Fran i--o
22 Schr Mary, Nika, from Anahola.
-. Am i-hii Ik-iieal, lagt rMul, 2d days fr-in Sin Fran
cisco. 2 Am wh ship Win. fiij.rd, Fi-her, fr-.m An tic, with
UoO I.I. is oil aiel 4-xi lli Ih'Ii-.
2 : Am br. IVreiutl, Camtnnn, 24 tlays from t-'tu
24 Schr M Wahlne. Kuheana. from Kol-.a
24 l.r Il'len. Knmry, from Molotai.
24 Schr F.mehr.e, Crane, from Kotia.
24 Am wh I ! k 'rio'e. JearneAn. irrj Arctic, w.th
lloo ,:i and IV.co ib u.n.-
J Vl.r M ry Fii.-n, IVe:, trttn Kan.iloi
25 icf.r Arin-e. K pu d.i, frr.m MunU-a Pay
'iZ ii-.wn h b.i.r K d.ola, Ci.aa, irm Arctic, uith
lo'aj M-i j c:il -r.d U'Md lb l lie
-j Fti-rch wh t-!.ip u3tavf. Vauaprea, from Arciic.
.tn 3i)o bt.ifl oil and liiU'J Jdj ix.r.e
2i Am wh si. E.i: p, Croi.i -, fr-.ia Arctic, a.thcao
:i-Aui wh shio Con,r.. i-astu.o, from Arctic, with :
6v0 bbl oil 'r.4 TDini II. iM.ne
2i Am wh ship hi. uly Motrin attieam, from Ochol-k,
"e h 2CO bbl u.i HO 1 l.lOj li- Inioe
llax'ii t.rig Yictori.i, ri-!i, fioiu Antic, with "io
I. bis o,l and 1Hjh) l!.s l..in-.
'.'j-.lin wl lo Spli-it-ii-l, t'level.inil, f r in Arctic, it!i
l.i-l-: wh an-1 2'i bl-ls Fp oil, and no ImhiC.
2a Am wh ship Florida. KrdhHin, from Arctic, with 10O
bbl oil and 'J0O lh Ik.iio.
25 H.iw'n brig W. C. Talbe t, Pallmino, 20 days from
f'etropaulovski. with mdie to II. Hackfeld .V Co.
Iu Schr Netti-r Merrill, Fountain, fr -m Lahaiua.
25 Schr Ka Moi, Wilbur. fr-m Kahului.
2l Britih ship Sylphe, 2o days from Japan.
2'i Schr Manuokawai. MarchaTit, from I-mai.
27 Am wh ship William and Henry, Stetson, from
Arctie. with 2S0 bbls oil and OeieHi lb bone.
C7 British ship Advance, Cites, 54 days from Panamat
21 Schr Ka Moi. ilhur, f r Kahului.
24 Am brig IVrK-tual, Cainiuan, for ShanghaC.
25 Am ship Bengal, Incersoll, for Honpkong.
25 Am bark Wh:stler. Paly, for San Francis-rn.
25 Am bark Keoka, Chapman, fr t.;an Francisco.
25 Schr Helen, Kinuey, for Maliko.
25 chr Erne! inc. Crane, for Kotia and Kau.
Schr Moi Wahine. Kuheana. for Koloa.
W Schr Active, Kapuahi. f..r Lahaina.
27 Schr Manuokawai, Marchant. for liana.
27 Schr Mary Ellen, West, for Kahuiui.
M KM OR A N! A.
BtreiiT cr Bai:k Comet. Left San Francisco, Saturday,
September C0:h, S P. M-, in tow of steam tug Columbia. At
20 P. off the IloaJ-, mailo sail
nrsi wiree nays naa ngr.i j
pass, with occasional calms. Mruck the tra ,u-s in lat. 25. and !
hel 1 then two days. Since then have had light south and j
east winds, with frequent calms. Sighted Hawaii, Oct. 19. at 11 !
j A. M., bearing .uth. Passed Piamor-d Head at 7 P. M., and I
took the pilot at 9 P. M., 19 days passage.
I. M FORTS.
rp rn Boston- per Iolani, Oct. 15 542 pkg m.lse, SO bbls :
provisions. 2S I ks hatchets. Z csks Rai'.s. S5 bbl beef. 55 bbls
pork. 16 csks bread, 1 tsk clothing. Go bbls flour. 1 1 iron pests, !
14 iron rows. 13 pes fence, 1 gte, 14 granite ots, 11 cs yellow
metal. 15 kegs yellow nails. GO cs tobsreo, 5 bxs drucs. 165 :
doors, 22 buu windows. 5 bun blinds, SO kets r.ail. b4 kegs
nails. 6 plow skeletons, 1 bua casting, :1 corn shelters, 10 cs '
painkiller. 1 case book. 24 csk heads and hot.pn, 76S5 bun .
shek.;27.54S 14 gall sh.Joks. 1000 krs heads. 4 cs wi-oden ;
ware. 30 dot pails. 16 nests tal, 0 cs buckets. 2 dex willow oar- I
riages, 31 r.e-ts baskets, 14 pkgs glassware. 6 cs chairs, lease
sh.. 12 cs hardware, 5 cs saddlery, s bun agricultural toots, :
6 coopers anvils. 2 lun boat knees 2 cs harn-s, 11 cs clocks, !
25 cs boot and sh-s. 4 kg livets, l ewe c , per tacks. 120 i
oars. 1 carriage, 1 steam gauge. 4 bxs machinery, 3 clariflers.
10 ..cs p:;?. 1 safety valve, lot bolts, 17 pes N.ik-r ca-timrs.o0
grate bars, 4 bun p'ie, 1 copper p.in, 1 steam boiler, 1 psir su
gar drainer--. 1 roller, 16S pes oak plank, 20o o.irs. 25 ne-ts
trunks, 215 pkis cordage, 5 farmers Killers, S anchors, 3 cha us,
2 rabies. 1500 hnn hoop-iron. 4 whalettoats. lo.OeK) red bricks,
50 bbls cement, 2o0 cs co d od, 3 bales cativa-. o cs stationery.
From Sax Fbanci-c-i per Comet, Oct. 21 2U0.O0O shingle
15O00 bricks. ps.iOO pick.ts, 100 bbls cement, 2'"0 b'.Is lime. 23
bales hay, 00 empty barrels. 4 J2rkcs mdse. 17 cs cists, 50
bb' salmon. 2 bxs salmon. IVS cs bread. 150 ycks potatoes, 50
sck oi:ts, 20 cks oiii.n., 50 cs meats. 11 cs fruits. 50 bxs ap
ples. lo7 sck ran. 4- qr s.-k" fl.iur. o4 pkg gnceri'-s, CO b.s
raisins, 754 Ulls sho..ks. 320 hlf bbls heads.
From PiTiiorArt-rurK p. r W. C. Talhct, Oct. 25 r 13.
454 t5 sp-cie, 500 bbls. salt fish, R bxs smoked salmon. 7 cases
i-ld metal. 1 c ppr kettle. 11 cs and 3 bales fur. 7 cs walrus
teeth. 1 bM. te-ans. 112 r-kes m''.c. 2 rmt lv i-sks. l'.ViO ls. old
lend, 5 pkgs muskets. S cs powd. r, 7 csks fl.Lts, U0 dem j -hns.
Iot M J'jr,,i l'"'t '
For Ssr Fntscisco j.r Whitler. Oct. 21 lv4 rkrs supar j
(252.259 It's.) 15 csk cs-oftTmt oil (450 g.ilK) 542 pkg molas- ,
se(14.S15 gaits.) M bag peanut, 44.300 oranges. 313 bags j
coffee (32.223 U.) 110 pkg taiiow (rtt j !, oy nun ra-iaim:
8b v fruit. 15 baskets chaaupagne, o drm:j-hr.s gin, S.00O gnl!
Value of Domes'.io Province S27.3SS 23.
rv.at.-ev per 100 it?
.- i potato", --r I j" j t?--.
Onions, r lvx t.
Value tf Foreign Produce 152
For Sss FsANCtsco per Keoka, tXt. 25 PC0 pkgs suzar
(97.SCS lbs.) 4 ) bugs rice (4.Oe"0 lbs.; COS bt !s. niola.-scs (is..
369 traits.) 4S7 l ag cofTt-ec (39.503 II s,) 5S bas ieanuts (7 217
lbs,) 1 basn. t gin.
Value 01 li.-nnf sticrro.luce 17.120 41
if For.-; if pro.-lu.v - O"
vf.sels i n ioim--()(tuukk
A in tark C'iii.l.ri !?r. lSnttk. rails MnJ:jr ! r n.
Iliv.-'n fii; I I mi, ;rr--ii, tl i .r; s i hrr mr.. fi 10 li
rr l:trk Ky:il Chnrlie. Ui. r-j.air ari-l n fit.
aric A. A. I.I Irklo-. AM.it, t l - l f r r'.,.
Ilw'n l ark A, J. I'. . i.-.rk. t., I , f r lifii-o,
Ami l-ark Corr.rt. Ku!'. r. lral:::.' t r .'an ta: cif.
Ertwil f riz Atof. Si- 'lnnLur.', Iia iir.ir for l:r-L0 ii
liif b-ulc ArciiO. IJhi.iui. n 1 f..r fr.-itht or ch'iitir
Am c!:i pr fti.'p cVyli.n, Wc-.-li, loJ.r.ii f r NT B' jfcri
i'r rtrk Hrw -i rcpnirin.
Kr. yv l.t Thiiui-.. tUc.taoi
An 9ohr Ajici-, Windn.
l.r.:.ih !: AdTir.re,
Am tk It .'f.tn.-f.J, Wci'k'3. Au t.ur.p!, t'roihv-.
ALT tk NiK.
Alii ! Hi r. is. Fi.t '.I. u.i
Aci "'i Alii.irn, Mrri.
Atii -tt liiJ ri. Fi htr
Am -hr;-l?, Ji-rriciran.
Am ?li .-plcr.J;J. fiil.f r
Am wh W in atij lier.ry. strtsn
Am -I. Ku.i!y Mi -r 'ail. Atl.i-Hru Ki tIi iut:ivf, V.itipr-
Am -I. C.iiKr-ss 1-:. C .itin.. Iltr brig Vii-ior.a, F.K.
j From Pas Frist-co rr C'ti-t. Oct. 21 I'r T K p Church
atvl trif, lltr.ry M Whitnt-y, l li llirk!'.-y. Ah Fonp, Chu::g
j Fa. Ch.is I. Hit-hard', James Sj-ar, J S.'jury, wif- atiJ t-r-
I v.ir.t. J M rea. wifo and child. In Sieerage John l'df-.rson,
I All Yuri, Ah Chutig.
For San Fna.Sf-isco tvr Wh:tVr. x-t. 2! Mn NV.r.l r.nc.
1 Mr and Mr A IK-rnnann and 2 children, I IL lm n an 1 -
t -"" '-. J - '- "ivuts, r. ra.ters, t. iien.oa, i. nau-ri, o liu?,
A Hilchcr 14.
Cirrnni Lnt.n In Kayvtt-Tilte, N. Y.. Ausuct I, at the
houof th bride's mother, by P.ev. 11 ward l'aycn, Jr. I.'.
P. Church cf OlerIin, Ohio, and Miii Fraaci A. Lord.
! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28.
j A return to our lt, after an absence of
I iwciuy-eigut eea.s, anu me ro-oecupauon ol
I the editorial chair, affords uj a suitable occa-
- . l. i
0I to CXpretd the thought uppermost in our
mind &3 VTC Bit down and take the old pen,
tliat lias served us these long years, and send
to each of our subscribers scattered from the
western shore of Niihau to the green fields of
Kau, a warm and heartfelt aloha. Ihe pn
that we left has been judiciously guided by our
worthv assistant, and, so far as we can learn,
I to the llsn of U con""- an
increasing subscription list and a generous ad-
verttsmg patronage, are evidences that the Ad-
vt rtiscr is esteemed at lioaie as a welcome guest,
in the counting-room as a valuable asnst-
ant. Ill TCF
resimimrr ita plmnTO. wr ran rirnmis
a . . " . . ... . .- . T ' r - "
tl fl. !Tl(1 trt tTinf nr,llllP
....... ...u., ... . .....v ....... .... .
efforts shall be directed.
It is indeed a pleasure, after having voyageel
and traveW some eighteen or twenty thousand
miles on water and on land, to reach home
again, though that home be within the Coral
bound shores of an island in the center of the
Pacific, and surrounded by two thousand miles
of water. For such homes as most of our sub
scribers enjoy on this lovely group, many a
one in other climes has sighed in vain, and
more than one poet has sung, in sentiment if
not in language,
" Oh tad we some bright Tittle isle of onr own,
In a blue summer ccan fnr off and alone,
here a h-af never dies in ttie still blooming bowers,
Ai.d the bee banquet on thr ugh a whole year of flower? ;
Where the sun loves to pause
With so fond a de-lay.
That the night only draws
A thin veil o'er the day ;
Where simply to fel that we breath", thnt we live.
Is worth the best j -ys that life elsewhere can give."
The residents of those islands enjoy the full
realization of the peta dream, and what all
the Wealth of London, Paris or New York, can
never purchase for sueh as live in those citiev?
an Edn-like home of pt-Tpetual spring and
balmy wind?, "nio e th- I"- litfjiuts on through
a a holt y.ar i-f jljatn." Nowhere in our
travels have we found :i climate; of such un
rivaled milltieiH and salubrity as curd. The
damp f los thnt daily r-wf-rp over and tnvelope
i-J.in Francisco, with their chilly northern wind-,
are anything but pleasant , at le ist to strangers ;
the intent brat and aHe!i.-e ol .-teady wmds
ail uh.ier the shore of Mexico ami c'enfral j
America, including Panama and A.-p'.nwnll, ;
render life th. re almost an intolerable fur- i
den ; while the sudden changes of temperature i
throughout the middle and Eastern States, with j
their hot summer days, cold, iey winters, and
raw North winds, that come when least looked
for, cause many a weakly frame to long for
milder homes. There is something about our
climate s.) fascinating, that every one abroad
who has lived here cither sx?aks of it with
; pleasurable) recollections, or expresses the wish
I to return and enjoy it again.
s, j j 1 TT "il a. '
j Hie siglit ol oia - Diamomi neau, v.ua i
' peculiar brown sunburnt slopes, rising, as we
approach it through the channel, like an island j
j out of the deep sea, ami looking like a crouch-
' ed lion guarding the port and town is one of
; the most pleasant to a returning Hawaiian that
I can le imagined, and one which can never be for-
' vttcn. when viewed under favorable circum-
j stances. Many a one returning from abroad,
has spjkcn of the pletlSUre which the first view
Ft,- i.,n,i,.,-u nfTor.le.-l Tf 5 fn na
. U 1 1 1 I J 1 VA iltllUliAiSl ia - v . --J
what the Geddeu date" is to San Francisco
During our absence we have met many faces
familiar here in former years, and it is really
surprizing how numerous they were. Not only
in San Francisco and California is this the case,
but throughout the Eastern cities and States
are many who have lived or traveled in Hawaii
nei. On any steamboat or railroail train we
might chance to take passage, wc were almost
sure to meet some one whom we had known
in Honolulu. And it is exceedingly pleasant
to meet countrymen on a foreign shore, wherever
? a. 1 . - 1 V,-t l,-vrtfrj rvOt;r F on il.l r
It may o. , uuei eue; man,. b'-T u'
ouaint ince's hand in a strange city is not soon
, . , , .
forgotten. More than once, while hurrying
through the streets, we were stopped by former
island residents, whose delight at meeting cue
just in from the "old country" could hardly
be surpa.-sed by Fat's irrepressable joy. One
.lay, while walking through South Street, New
Y.-rk, the familiar salutation "aloha" greeted
us, and on looking round we observed a Ha
waiian sailor, who had often seen us in Hono-
. wj-- ? t at 3 I
lulu. " V wtni or, pana. no cominueu. ,
Ar, oil ko'u ina ; aloha or."1 On inquiry, j
we found be was following the sea, and Lad
very little idea of ever returning to these islands
nor did he appear anxious to. He said th..re
were other inlanders living in the city or hail
ing out from that p rt. A few Hawaiian ra
pers which we had in our trunk r leased him
wonderfully, both on account of their size and
the home news, for he had not forgotten to
read his mother tongue, lie appeared comfort
ably off. contented and in want of nothing,
though he had many inquires to make about
his native iland Maui, as he had been absent
f ince the death of Kr.uiVaoiili in le"4 How
nati 11 iwaii ii s. lop ii.!nit f-r tliolr living ;
on 1. tily or iuuthy rarnlng?, onn le cort.;ni-il
to iv up unJ uiak; t!. c.M Atlantic orts
their houi. Is not t-.iily x!:iIuol.
WhtTtvcT went fi'ir.i'l much iiii!iirv
! i0;.jut tlv i'-'.uil-', and much ctiri. -itv t" ham
what th-?y ar anl what tny :ir capable
j l'0)iiaiii. The opinion i iininon in America
', that our islaii'ln ar? now unJ r the rule of the
i Knlifh, wIikU ha gained etJTroncv t'rusu tw
tact that an Knglish bi-hoj rk ha3 l-jn etab-
j li-h-J ht-re, and in m.'.ui lay.itf riou way ouii-
: ructinr th-- kinj.-J.iin, lik a ruh-ny, to the
laili-h ( i-.vt r:ti:i?nt. TliOugh it ii tv-y t
Imw Muls an iih-a eouM pain eurreiK-y Ly iiitt-r-
cue'', yet it is hr.lly incorrect. Anothtr no- ;
ti"n, whi. li is common th-'re, that the llawaiian-i :
are rilarsinj into thtir former state of bar- '
baristll, is equally t-rroneiHlS. There has never
. . . ,.
oeen a time wnen ine masses were more emigni
enel, industrious and civilized than now. "When
asked to refer inquirers to a reliable book, giv
ing general information respecting our group,
we were at a loss to name one, for though
Jarves' History is unquestionably the most reli
able on such topics as information is sought
for, yet it is now out of date in its statistics
and wholly out of print. Dr. Anderson's book
treats mainly of the moral and social condition j
of the islands, and on these points is the best
work to be had, though it is not free from mis- ;
takes. Hut most of the other books that might j
be named are mere compilations, written to sub-
servo some pique or notion of the authors, and ;
are little else than impositions on the public. !
Dr. Yaxley's new book is of this class. A good ;
history of these islands, embodying general and
recent information, data and statistics is a de-
' Respecting the ignorance that exists abroad !
about Hawaiians, the notices of Queen Emma, :
in some of the American and English papers, :
will serve as an illustration. It is stated by the
j newsmongers that her ancestors prided them-
solves on having eaten Capt. Cook. Now the .
! Hawaiian?, whatever else they may have been, i
j were never cannibals, at least there is no proof
ta fix onthem the .tain of man-eating. Refer- !
rin to Queen Emma again, we observe that she '
: is receiving in Europe the attentions due to her
j rank. She is indeed a truly noble woman, fit '
j to grace the royal circle of any European Sove-
i ,1 ,-.l i'.i j,i..1. .i. n T.nm- PnwirMwn nr.Kl.
I If 111. illlU 1.1 1 UllllMl L 1 ill L. 1 I , J JUIUI'I IL1I L ' 1 . .
.?... - , v
i WUlUtll, III IllUiai IU11UR, rlUIlilCll Ul ijc.il t,
j and all that goes to make an exalted femnle
character. We trust that before she returns,
j she may visit America, and meet some of the
! gifted of her own sex there
When we left Honolulu in April, the war
was still in progress, and every bulletin an
nounced some new battle, with lists of killed
and wounded. Rut before we landed in New
York, the whole face of things was changed,
the shell had been broken, and the rebel frame
work had tumbled in, terrifying northern rebel
sympathizers almost as much as the rebels them-
! Selves. The War Virtually terminated With the
j , -ii i i r t
! Capture Of Richmond and the Surrender Ot Lee.
j Since those events the work of reconstruction
j and peace has been going 011 as fast and as
j favorably as the most sanguine ought to expect, '
and soon the old United States will be the same
; a it ww in former days, save that the cancer
' of tlavery has been cut out. from her budy :
j politic, and peace and health ngain restored .
to lur. "Wo have full faith in ihe South, and
j we believe that her people are houestly return- :
j inc; lunh r tho folds of the old nag, and that
' within tat iwrs from now, the story of the .
rebellion will be virtually lorgotton, and tliut .
! the Southern States even South Carolina her-
ji.-lf win lie union;? the mo:it loyal in the Union,
i - - -
i Anl within th.it period, the whole people ot
every S-utherii State will endorse and approve
: of the abolition of slavery as a rit'hte-oii? vrr-
! diet, and w.m!er that they fought so to sustain
! it. I'riY-perous us America lias been during the.
war, she is and will hi ten-foM more so in the :
peace which she ha now entered on. Her rrve- :
ntn in IS CO was eighty million in lSGo it
will be not far from four hundred millions, or
about one-seventh ol her public debt. "Who, j
then, can question her financial ability ? Every j
American may justly lie proud of her as the ,'
only power on earth that could have subdued j
such a rebellion or survived such a war. And
she now stands among the nations of the earth, i
a wonder and a miracle, a colossal of republican i
j strength, whoso power they must respect, and j
alli.ince they ,vi1 eagery court.
O; "R rrr.KMKN r. Owing to the inc rease of ad- ;
vertising we have been compelled to issue large i -supplements
for the' past two or three months. We j
shall endeavor to make them more interesting and
by pasting make them a part of the paper itself.
If our advertising continues, and demands it, we
shall return to the old size' and issue a larger sheet.
On our supplement this wi-ek will be fuiiad a long
editorial lette r of foreign news and personal gossip,
which may repay perusal in a leisure' hour. The
items there given about Jell". Davis are the latest
and may bo relied on as the most authentic
.-re- The Oahu College has received an addition
to its corps of instructors ia the persons of Mr. E.
1. Church and his wife, who arrived in the t'vimt.
Y,A are graduates of the Oberlin College, and
have had several years experience as teachers.
Mrs. C. ha be-on a teacher in the Wisconsin State
F.lind Asylum. They come highly l (-commended
as l iliei. nt teachers, and we feci assured will prove
a valuable aetpii-ition to the institution.
T-TT. Letter-: :uv detained in the Honolulu Pot
OtnVe. for want of postage, for the following parties:
Mrs. S. W. Townsend. Vermont, U. S. A.
Miss M. .loifi'.T, Royait .n. Vermont.
Wm. she-w. San Francisco,
J. Wetou. San Francisco.
A. Au-tin. sa:i Fratici-'C.
Mes-r J. S. Joseph, S.m Fnincisco.
I.uth-r R. Macomber. S in Francisco.
Kr.eatand I. Irish, Strw.rtville, Minnesota.
rf:TLe funeral of the late F. C. "Vllie. will
be d. served oa Montlay next at 2 V. M-. at the
Chapel of the Reformed Hawaiian. Cluirch. corii'-r
if Nr.uaim and Tutui stre.-t. The jirogramtne of
f f t, , c. y ..,.5, wiln,e found in another
coimil. o;U rf respect to the deceased, stores
will probably he ch-ed on the day of the funeral,
or at lea-t aft. r 1 M.
" The Weed Prothcrs will cle their gallery
a week from to-day. Parties wishing the ir admira
ble views of Honolulu. f the Fali.or other locali
ties which thev have vMted. should apply soon.
F01 Valparaiso. The yacht Hiem'. Captain
llanharu. will sail for Valparaiso and England dur
ing the coming week.
Apprehensions of the approach of the cholera were
increiiing in 1'rifchnd. The fpilmi. had rr;ched
Frvm the i li' tt.-.
Tt.H l un. ral of UU l.at- rxclleiicy Rmbf.kt
I'l-.'.inox Wi-i ! .IK. MinNu-r ot Foreica Art air. v
ie:.ux at U.ir.i;r..r,lU'i-.-"!ii'.'t,i'i'4i ot Ka.ie-hai:u-:i:t
1.. Ac. Ac. Ac. will t l''-"? (,lllI:,-v
The ;:-j;h i:i-iaut. iVem tho Kiiieopal 'athe.lral. at
1 1 o hok. A. M. ,
The l:i n.l- id the .Ierea-eJ. piihlic boj.es. &nd
i he puMIc u ii'i'.:r. are iuiie.l to attonJ.
A l'ro.riaiiiiiie oi '.iie pivi e--h'!i '.. iii he pubhu--d
oil y.ua;J.iv i.et I'Oc-t. 2-'.
The t,..le Jt" ih - fuaeral an ...- c-inent s ill be un
der the ;liei4l.i.adeuoe of Hi- Ilvellency the
(iocra i of .di . Adjutant i.oncral to the roi' t'-'.
Klkp. W. Hluiu-os-.
Miai-n-r cf the Inierier.
IIoUs.lU'.a, cVl -VI, 1:6j
4rder of Prceiioii
For the Fiineriil of lis- Lnle Kxcrllruff
ROBKHT CKICHTON WTTLLIE,
j H- -Vj.-fy' Minister of ForV, Secretary at
i n jr, anJ uran i L ro or vie ururi u
Kami hamrha I., 6rc, ,"
Governor of Oahu.
Master and Crew of the Schooner " Trince.
Oveircers of Priucevi!!e Plantation.
Manager of Priiieeville Plantation.
Ihe Clergy of the Roman Catholic Church.
Choir of'the Reformed Catholic Church.
Hi Majesty's Carriage.
His Highne.s M. Kekuanaoa.
His Majesty's Start".
The King's Chancellor.
Judges of Supreme Court.
Member of the Privy Council of State.
Members of the Legislative Assembly,
Clerks of Government Departments.
Members of the Car and Ollicers of the Supreme Court.
The Collector General. Custom House Officers, and Officers of
The Marshal and Sheriffs of the different Islands,
rr5- The Funeral .Service will take place at 2
P.'M.. on .Monday. October SMh. at the Hawaiian
Governor's OlSce, IK.noIulu, Oct. 25. 1SC5.
Is MiiMoKi.v.M. At a special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge of Free Masems. held at the Lodge Iloom on
Wednesday. October 2jth, Worshipful Master W.
F. Allen presiding, the following resolutions de
claratory of the leelings of the members of the
Lodge on the lamented demise of our esteemed
and worthy brother, II. C. Wyllie, were adopted :
llfsored, That, as a Mason and a Man, this Lodge enter
tained for its d- ceased brother the kindest feelings and most
sincere respect and esteem, and that in his demise they deeply
sympathise witli the bereavement of his relations, and deplore
the loss to the Order and to the Fraternity of an honest, up
right and benevolent member.
Itesotced, That by this sad event our Sovereign lias sus
tained the loss of an eminently faithful, comjietent and inde-
f-itigably zealous servant, and the nation a
esled and devoted friend, to whose efficient a
ertions it is mainly indebted for its early al
and unwearied ex-
early affiliation with the
. Ur ct m the USUftl
I badge of mourning for thirty days from October 31st, 13C5.
(ireat Powers of the earth.
npiIF. M KM 15 KRS OF HAWAIIAN lOIE !
fi No. 21 F. & A. M. are requested to meet at the Lodfre
Room, on MoNPAY the Unth itt , at 1.S0 P. M , to attend the !
funeral of his late excellency brother 11. C. Wyllie. i
U E. K EMM, Secretary. i
Have been authorize-".! to Issue
FIRS POLICIES !
STORES, DWELLING HOUSES,
AAA OOJJS IxV STOKI2S,
IN HONOLULU AND VICINITY.
LOSSES A DJl.'STED AND PAID HEREBY
L'S IN L". S. GOLD COIN.
For rates of Premhnn and particulars
II. HACKITLDeV Co.,
AMERICAN CEMENT AND BRICKS !
JI ST LANDED AND FOR SALE LOW IN
quantities to suit.
492-3t II. HACKFELD & Co.
IL, ClaOTBl CARPET,
IIST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BV
11. HACKFKLD tr Co.
BEST ENGLISH DRAUGHT ALE
f7OR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT BY
1 4t2- II. HACKFELD 4: Co.
CORFiSn, C05I I-iIl !
f EXCELLENT CODFISH JFST RECEIVED
and fr sale at
4'2-4t A. D. C VRTWRIGHT'S.
NEW WESTPHALIA HAMS !
V"EV BILLING'S HAMS,
l New Smoked Beef,
New Smoked Salmon
New California Cheee
California Jellies in glass, prime
California Pie Fruits
California Table Fruits
New California Onions, etc. ore.
FOR SALE AT
A. D. CA RTW RIG (IT'S.
E. P. ADAMS,
SKIP CHMLER .UD LEALEP. 1 GENERAL SERCHWDISE.
L A 1 1 A I N A , MAUI.
Irish and Sweet Potatoes, with other tecruits, constantly on
hand and f.r sale at low rates. 4U2-6m
THE UNDERSlttXED. AGENTS FOR THE
alxve Company, have recently revived instructions to re
duce V.e P.atof Pretr.ium on St-.ne and Brick Buildings and on
Merchandise stored therein, and are now prepared to issue poli
cies cn more fnvoral le lema tlian hf-retofui e.
Bisks taken on Baitdii.-,:. Machinerv, ic. cn Sugar Planta
ien. .1 ANION, CP.KKN A Co.,
A Ocncr:il I5I:M4It smith
FFr:ni Ills SKKVK KS Tl A N I I'LA X
tatit.n in nui i a mit in un i.ii1:. vjwi rrc.iciic
it.n in i
ooint:! Maoii&Ve iaJ flotci t.
A SIT PR RIO It AltTItl.i: OF
Columbia River Salmon !
Fr f jle t y
liOLI.E & Co.
lc- VISITF. TAKEN" IV THE
Best sivle f. r i-t t r 1. leu. Copying done in the best
manner and pictures enlarjrel on the moat reasonable terra.
Photograph of the Kings Kam haa.eha. and Chiefs. Also,
S.-nes of the U'.and. For sale at 25 ceuw each.
k492-3ra H. L. C1IASK.
ONE IIIIMRIM COOLERS.
ITI'KRIOU COOLKRS, CAST I RON SIDES
with Plate Iron Uottoms, largest size, set cp and painttnl.
l'KICE 35 KACII.
For Sale by
C. BUEWER 4 Co.
DOILF.R PLATE IRON,
1-8 and 1-1 Inch.
710U SALE BV
C. BREWER i Co.
1 or Sale yy
C. FREWER A: Co.
npWO PAIR TKTK A TF.TK SOFAS.
A Hair Cloth Black Walnut
Six Hair Cloth rarlor Chairs,
For Sale by
492-5t C. BREWER & Co.
BELT IN (5
TNDIA RL'BRF.Rof tKATUF.R HKLTING,
M. tor Sale by
C. BREWER A: Co.
OR SALE BV
C. BREWER & Co.
OR SALE BY
C. BREWER if Co.
UriTII THRESHERS AND CLEANERS.
For Sale by
C. BREWER if Co.
For Sale Cheap by
492-5t C. BREWER & Cj.
g AND SO INCH
For Sal by
C. BREWER k Co.
Red and Green Signal Lanterns,
AS PRESCRIBED BV L.AW.
For Sale by
42-St C. BREWER & Co.
PATENT FAN 311 LLS, FOR RICE.
OR SALE BY
4J2-5t C. BREWER & C.
lOll SUGAR BOILERS.
JA" For Sale by
C. BREWER k Co.
Bright Enamelled Fence Wire
For Sale by
C. BREWER tr Co.
lOR SALE BV
C. BREWER if Co.
C MALL SIZES. FOR KEGS.
7 For Sale by
C. BUEWER ft. Co-
WE HAVE NOV OM HAND
.A AVell Assorted Stock
OF ALL KINDS OF
X IO &J. 'JL3
Comprising in part of
REDWOOD ROUGH Sc CLEAR BOARDS
Bedwood Flooring, Siding and Ceiling P.o.-.rds;
Redwood Lattice Strips, for verandaha, arlors, A.C.;
Bedwood Shaved and Sawed Shingles, and 4 feet Pickets;
Bedwood Scantling, 2x1, .1x4, SxC, 4xC, C.C.
En stern Wliite Pine PI.mL !
1 1-1, 1 1-2 nml 2 Intl.,
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION PURPOSES.
White Cedar Shaved Shingles,
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE.
Norlli Wot Sciintlin and Timber,
North West Boards, rough and planed ;
North AY est Flooring, Siding and Ceiling Boards.
North AA'cst Laths, 5 foot Pickets,
North AVest Battens, etc., etc., fee.
WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE FOUR AND
SIX FOOT CLAPBOARDS.
MOULniXGS, LADDERS, HOUSE STEPS,
DOORS, iri.VDCjH S, RLIXDS, h'l X DOIY SHADES,
PAPER HAXdlXGS, XAILS,
URUSUES, JV1XDOIV GLASS.
h lllTE ZIXC AXD WHITE LEAD,
TURPEXTIXE. COPAL J9 DAMMAR I'ARXISII,
PRVSSIAX liLL'E, PARIS ORE EX,
CHROME ORE EX, IMPERIAL t;itEEX,
CHROME YELLOW, YELLOW OCHRE,
RED LEAD AXD I'EXETIAX RED,
RAW AXD RURXT VMRER,
J' AT EXT DRYER,
All Kinds of Builders Hardware !
ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER FOR SALE AT THE
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Order from the Oilier I nlu ml aril! rrreitr
LEWERS & DICKSON,
Lumber Vard on Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
100 1YIILLE MANILA CIGARS !
HAVANA SHAPE, NO. 2.
fUST RECEIVED DIRECT from MANILA
hy way of HONGKONG per
ENGLISH SHIP ROSCOE!"
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