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77 ri,JtirrntiiT!'e Rlltorm' Stnrtum Vr
umfi't M-pfln ami Weekly Kl'J'r
Trt'l . 1. tK'ii 'f Ji"'" ywr Mie
"'" New Youc, Aj."1 16 18W-
T!i? ITirprr'n etttaMiehmmt J mm not print anj
re or any better Uvtk than Borne other pal-
uiu; Crm, which & at fcwt a lare a busi
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fm. IMI iure iooit aim newppajicr trucia
I Wn written aut it than alxat anj
i'r Iblifhin hiJe in the coon try. Altnoct
h2inl of James anl John Harfrr'a
I fx;-innir. in D-)vcr trrtt. Eftj-twu years
I anI of the nfi-i powth of their basincs.
I ir entaMifhroent in IVarl aivl Cliff trccts
t Jttrr)j!l by Cre in Dccsmlier, lio3r wlieti
f tk, macr.inery anl bail-IInp, talael at a mil
1 -3 of dollars w re Bwept by tlic blaze of an
tcx from the Cwe of the rarth. The Cre oriin-
in the prvt r Km, wlw;re a f lumber, batirK;
JzrlBht.1 a Iimp. threw the burning j.icco of
tz f wha-ri he haul u?l mt what he iiurpoe
to a fan of water. tastcaJ of water it wad caia-
j' pt for clranin t!ie prw rollers; and the
t Jit eC:ihII(hinene was in a blaze in a few min-
I j. Fancy the poor incendiary's feeling.
c never heard wttat became of him whether,
KfMtravs, the amhitioiw youth that fired
i Fplienian dome, he saCl-rcd o'ial penalties
f hit act, or whether lie fretted himncif to death
r the occitJect. But the Ilarrcra did not
rry; they ct tn work anl bailt the prtvent
u'ture of brick and iron, covering ten city lots
half an acre of ground and five tories bih.
th cellar and BuVccliar. It i nonainally Cre
Mf. lJit of what advantage is it t build an
n warrlwmw if you instantly fill it with par cr?
e Harper have not made their books fire-proof,
u-ir rwk of fire, however, is lewened by the fact
at they never innue incendiary publications.
it the iron building u hardly lcw iknyrous,
lien pa:lCRI full of combustible material, than
woolen utructure. Oar ew York firemen
y, in.t nl, tlmt irn buildings fall in Pooner,
a ronltnration, than wooden ones. The metal
(ten and collapses before wooden beams barn
Tb ilc tail of tf buniocrn cC tUut great catN
'un:nt have often described the opera
ms of the ei; tupping room, the elcctrptjpirs
na, the prewi room, the mccbanim of dry
r prcwing, folding. arvl finishing,
id thelvburtof the five fcundscl persons (one-
pi of them women,) who arc employed in thee
Tctvnt i riK-ewt-s. lit there is one port which
not been I Uj reprteL It is the editors
n-tum. u-t t!t enter it twthcr. .
Jlntrring the main d-mr from Icarl street, we
I- tljruu'i t'iM zrvat soles Muu, with its end-
bonk DiVdves, anil asccn.1 two flights of epiral
n Btairnmn: or take, if you cboue, the stcain
'r, which will deliver n like any other literary
Vrcpls at the pnper landing. Uy devious anl
kutv powige-v y we poxB the art Oepartmcnt,
i W ,t c m
wru tre engr. ers are woraing upon me mun
ition of the Magazine Cot three or four months
nd. We gtmce through anotlwrr door opn two
J Jouno tidies who occupy thenulves all day
ig with the HciKSor. o, however, in u.mes-
work thouh it is an affair of shreds and
fa-he that concerns tbem. It is their business
trod newspapers by the hundred-weight, am
din from them all paragraphs, e tones or
tches. for which the editors of the Magazine
e D'izar, aiid tho U'tAy can be supposed to
ve any uwe.
Stir hy aro the editorial rooms, tho door of
wt ttantl-t pt:n ; we enter a epacious, dasty
m of an apartoient, lumbercxl np with poste-
S wrapping paper, proof nheets, manusirripts
cibtrd liksnnit jmmals and provided with
nail library f b.T.,t of reference, a few ency-
wlliis and aunLird works, in number suffi-
nt for the nmis of American erudition. The
e is the very palace of cobwebs. Two gentle-
n of otudious p pcarancc sit at their desks in
pxite comers of the room, turning their backs
ward each other in a Divronic manner. They
ry dust and debris upon them
t J . . .
T .-" -y
. lercd with the dust of their
e raiding manuncript with
ferocious voracity, and you
. promise to be fed, upoo re-
ciitors, however, appears at
: t 'Lt The elder gentleman
r o-j. f.liments of the day. It
wrJor editor of Harper
talrt d man of about fifty-fire
Jkative, and full of literary
re rirker, as described in
tCriti. s, hm knows all about
' i -r t.ie Hermit, Strop, Do-
'.cttorr.hw that he
k. SIiakjare, Paal,
. A! Jcharon, Alcander,
nnd caa tell you a
lint has vet been dla-
-i'al mood be talks with
ne of the rauseries at
" ' ; " in Dlia'ourgh, i
. JTtrLtopher Xbrth, and
- nit relief to a visitor
.' . New York street, from
fihiocs, and so un-
i :j"a iinr aca-e."
- tfcj Poctor." a title
peckd Tmi'f with bis
- - a t 'lyciciaa nor a di-
t t film in HnounDO-
' - M. AI Ijn, specially
' -. '; inih la is con
' m ith ti .Doctor"
x' gtzin'. is quiet,
n tvnkl -( humor in
' tiun. II- Is a grad
Z hertr be .ii-tinguiebed
(irt;k chul irsbip and
fir metaphysics. He has a knowledge of clareic
and of Scandinavian mythology which few other
men in this city can equal. I Jut the etudy of an-
tKjuity has never been greatly purraed in New
York ; ami tle only clawical thing, at present,
n i . At - . i i t t i a i i
underpaid men. Wlale we obBcne their Labiu
a contnoutor enters.
. t--?l T t ...i-
iitrti, iuciur. ie nap, "uu jruu uiu lujr
Lvt article 4 available, as you jhra.-e it V ,
' J es, I think so. Wo shall probably nso it
How much vt it worth?"
Well, let me ee ; nine, ten pngs. I should
say about $75.
I think T Tnnt birr ftlftO Top it. Doctor.'
The Atlantic will rive me tlmt rxice. i
" Well, I win aek Mr. Alden," and the writers
conrolt a minute ; after which Mr. (iuciwey
writes oat an order for $100, and bands it to the
contributor, who carrion it down tairs and re
ceive greenbacks f r it at the cashier's desk.
Here the transaction is recorded as follows in a
large book :
"Nrw Yok. ,w"i
Rrcc ivil of IIrpr Crrxhcr loo, arti.-le etilll TTi
True llwiorr of J Jin im.t.' Al
And Ananias leaves in a serene frame of mind.
The Harpers pay at the twest about fix dol
lars per page for articles. Dut contributions are
grnerally bought and sold by the article ; and the
editors drive a cIchc bargain, never giving more
than they are compelled to do. A largo part of the
Magazine, however cpe.r:ally of its illustrated
articles is made up of illustrations from and an
abstract of their new works nnl British republi
cations. Sometimes a new book of foreign travel
is condensed into an article by the editors, who
re-en "rave its mt etriking illustrations. Some
times tho leading illustrated sketch is adroitly
made to advertie some manufacturing Cm. The
choice of everything that tho Harpers publish
serially, as their editors admit, is determined
strictly and solely by the degree of its salcablcncsa
and reailablcncss among the large class of readers J
which f rni their customers.
Harper's Magazine circulates 118,000 copies;
the Wtekltj, 95,000; the Bazar, 70,000 ; and the
yearly income from the three journals is nearer a
million and a quarter ttian a million dollars. All
this immense oppottunity is employed with the
chief object to bit tlie laates of tho average reader.
Accepted articles aro paid frr at once, and
stored in a drawer by themselves. All contribu
tions are promptly read and pasecd upon, and re
turned, if not accepted, and if tho necessary post
age accompanies them, to tho writer. Tho ut
most business promptitude cliaractcrlzes tho
Harper's editorial management a feature in
trong contrast with that of the Atlantic, Galaxy ,
and Putnam's Magazines, which spend weeks in
reading an article and months in paying for it.
G. W. Curti edits the " Easy Chair " or the
Monthly, and writes editorials f r the Weekly,
ami graceful cways fr the Bazar. For those
services be receives the snug salarly of $7,000 per
annum uitc Lately raLed to this figure from
$3,500. Ho makes, t . a considerable income
by lecturing. The Drawer is edited by Wm.
A.Seavcr,a gentleman well-known in city society
for his genial humor and literary culture. Mr.
Jjucrnrtcy compiles the Monthly Ilccord of Cur
rent Events, which is the latest writing in each
number of the Magazine, and yet is old news ;
fr the magazine is made up and goes to pross
more than a month bcCrc its date. About the
8th of the month a few copies are distributed to
contributors ami friends of the editors. Tho
California edition is ready by the middle of the
month ; and on tlte 20tb tho publication in New
York takes place, ami the number is fairly set
afloat with its interesting mLccIlany.
The editors of Harper's periodicals receive an
average of nearly fifty articles per day, of which
they a-te about one in ten. The acceptability of
an article is determined, much more than the un
iniated suppose, by its subrct, which must gen
erally be one of present interest. Only writers of
established reputation, wliosc names insure their
essays a reading, venture to treat subjects of
prominent interest in a magazine. Calakis.
E. IIOKKMANN. M.D.
rh!Irian and Sirseon,
Cbraer MerchABl and Saahotoaoa Bear rntodce. 633 ly
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D
rh;lelaa and Sartreon.
0B Its II. U Chase's baUdins;. Fort Street.
Rksid rCM Cknplii 5., Oftmttn Akmss and Fort St.
Urrtcs Udcan t torn S to 14 A. and (rum 3 to ft I. 3t.
DR. J. MOTT SMITH,
Offle. oonrr ot Fort and Hotel Streets. 671 ly
A. C. BITKIM. M. D
rbjiciaa aad Sarean,
Ogee and Resldenee. Aidrich Konse. Fort street 630 ly
A. F. Jl'DD,
AKornej and CoaneIlor at Lav,
Fort street, three doors below Merchant Streets. 649 ly
S. B. DOLE,
ittoraej at Law.
OJlc oxer Rtckardton' Store, corner Fort and Merchant
o atreeU, UonoimUu. ly
JOHN II. PATV.
Dooolola, n. L Qgce at the Bank of Bishop A Co. 663 6m
Attorney and Connjtellor at Law.'
Oiflce oat Qoeea Street, eppote the Coart Iloose. ep stairs.
R C. DAVIS.
ittoraej at Law,
WUl Practice la s3 the Coons of the Kiojdoca, in both EcrlUh
mod UawaiUa Uoraara.
tO OJlceom Queen Street, optmtite the Court Houme. ly
W. C. JONES.
ittoraej at Law aid Laid ifent.
Will practice la all the Cucrt of the KlneJota. Fie will
aueod the Circuit Cuorts in Kaoai. Ma at and Hawaii,
ana tuhs eiutrr or inose 'Tinnlg oa
Ofox in the room litely occupied by if Hon. J. IF.
Austin, in the l'astujice lialUing.
W. L GREEN,
Ceaeral CammI..Ia itat aad Brokers
Ornca rx riaa-Paoor Bemuse,
QUEEN STREET, Il lyl HONOLULU.
TUEO. 11. DA VIES,
(Late Janion, Green Co.)
Imparter and Cammbsloa Sertkaat,
L1ATDT ir THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS.
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, omd
BRITISH or FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fir Trout BoiMlags, Kaabotaana and Qoeea Streets.
. C. AtXSS
WALKER t ALLEN.
Shlppla; and Csmnllsa Sereaants,
noxoLULC. n. i. r
Deaicrs la Urj Coodi and Cc nt ral Xr rchandlsr,
nu mxr rroac,
1 ra t moT a r RHfl T. abort Odd t'tlto if a. - ly
, " J- J " -
ft. v.. M,IT1RE A BROTHER.
Grsrrn. Ferd Store and Bttry,
r rj w.n. Wart ftrrctJL UooolaJn. II. I. IT
JOHN A rLETTi
Uirrxu Prrr, oi.flte C. K. Williaina.
McCULGAN i JOHNSON.
rORT STREET, HONOLULU, It. !.,
71 Oipite TIod. C. Ilcock'a. 17
Fort Street, eppoaite Od.l Fellow'. 11.11, Tlooolala, II- I
m e. riiLLllU. SIC-
CIIALLAMEL Si. CO..
Importers sod Dealers In Ular, Spirits Ales, it.,
Jto. 8 NUUAXU STREET,
676 OipoailB Merchant atrtet, Iluootolo, II. I. 1
DILLINGHAM &. CO.,
rwroarcfci asd DtALsa is
Hardware, Cntlrrj, Dry toods Taiats and 0!!,
and beneral jirrruandie,
674 iVa. S KIXU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Grner of lluitl ojuI VttMiit Streets, Honolulu, H. J.
Cttail Establishment on naann Street.
649 A bore the fire-proof Store. ly
Tilt; NEWSPAPER KUOKOA,
Pablisbed Weekly In the Hawaiian Laogiae.
It has tb larxat circnlation in th rroap, anl la read both
by Hawaiian anJ roreijnMT. rrice ii a year In ad
Vance. Advertisements trann'atet into Hawa
iian free of chrce. UOl'-e in boath
C67 corner of fiIor'i Homo ly
Commission Serr'ua&t and Ceneral Agent,
Agent for the Pankaa ami Aioaaola Saar Plantations Im
porter of Teas aixl other Chinese and Foreign Good
au4 wholesale dealer in Hawaiian I'rodoce,
I ra New Slrae Store. NaoatataSl., telw Klna;.
C. L. RICHARDS &. COH
Ship Chandlers aad Commission Blerebants, and
Dealers la General jierrliandlse,
Keep eonitantly on band a fallaMortment of merchandise, for
Uw sappiy oi m naier and Merchant vessels.
A KONG Si A CHUCK,
Importers. UhoIeaIe and Ketall Dealers In General
Jlrrtbandlse and Chinese Coeds.
Firetrooi Store BBaaa Strrrt.
Tclce a., fublic Hall. 663 ly
HTM AN UROTHEKS,
trhnfala mi. A D.tatl II..I.P. I. An Tia.' DaH.!..
DATS, riTRNISniNO GOODS,
Ladies' and Gcou Boots and Shoes, Yankee Notions, &, tc.
Capt. Smow, Building,
It: 20 MERCHAXT ST., (670 ly) HONOLULU.
P II I L L I PS &
Wbolesale Dealers la detain?. Coots, Shoes, fiats,
sen's I arnisiiiag ana lane; Loods,
To. 4, MERLHJXT ST- (6716m) HONOLULU.
Importer aad Dealer la Coots, Shoes and Gentlemen's
Corner mf Fort mn4 Merchant Street,
670 liQSULL LU, H. 1. ly
ED WIN. JONES.
Crocer and Ship Chandler,
Mooey aol Keeruiu furnUhed to 8hip on Favorable Terms.
M. S. GRINBAUM Sc. COM
Inporlrrs and Uholesale Dealers In fashionable
Clotblnr. Uats, Caps Coots and Shoes,
And rvery variety of Oentlemen's itaprrior FarnUhing Ooods
E&urc turmrny oceeptea y w. A. Aldrtcn,
M Haktt't Block, titm at. ly
L. L. TORIIERT,
Dealer la all kinds of Dilldia- SaterlaLs
Point and Oil, RTalt Paper, Window and Picture Ulata,
aaan, uitnM, uoort, Arc, a-c.
Omca No. 20 EorLABADs, (7. ly) Orrcrrs Cormr Hocsa.
D C. WATERMAN COH
IVpeoal Wttton paUl to the interesU of the Whaling Fleet by
mw 'aMswsB, puivuMV aim mjc U aVXCMnfft, Jllm,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Liaao HowLAkD, Ja. A Con New Bedford
W. U. K. I'ort, Eso ' do.
J. C. Mbbbjli. As Cj., San Francisco
ALLEN A CHILLING WORTH,
Wm conUnae the General Merchandise and Shlpplngbosmeta
at ineanoTepon.wnere tney are prepared tornrnlsh
. the jostly celebrated Kawaihae Potaloes.and
such other recraim as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
jrlrowoort on Uanda
0M 1 J
lis'L m. casts, a. I. a. atsjbbtox. a. a. coo a a.
CASTLE Si. COOKE.
Importers and General Merchants,
Klmg etrret, oopowite the SetnrHva Chapel.
ALSO, AUE.VTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celebratel Family Medicines,
Wheeler Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New Knrland Mataal Life Insurance Company,
The Kohala r-arr Company, HawaiL
The llaiko Boxr Company, Maui.
The lUwaiiao hurar Mills. IaoL
The Walalua tlnsiu Plantation. Uahn.
The Lomabai Uioe Plantation. Kaoai 663 ly
BISHOP Si COM Baakrra,
Offlre, la the east corner of JIakee's Block,
Kaahamanh street, Danclulu.
Draw Bills of Exchan re on
The Bask or CAUroaxiA, - San Francisco
Measrs daisBLL.UirrcBS At Co., New Tork.
Laaw r Wallxb, . - New Tork,
Tamojrr Natio.al Bavk. - - Boston.
0i i tt a L Bask CoaroaATios. . London.
Messrs. Mabctabo, Asosa A Co.. Paris.
Agents Pacific Isacbaxcb Co. and Masbattab Lira Ixsca-
win ire depitviiooont urst-eiass bojinesspaper, and
attend to eoUertinr.ete. 633 ly i
D. N. FL.1TNER,
Continues his old business la the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observation of the ana and stars
wita a transit instrument accurately adjusted to th
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention glreuto
fine sratch repairing. Pextant and quadrant
glasses silrcred and adjusted Chan and
nautical instruments constantly on
633 hand aad for sale. lr
Ship f handler, Dealer la Ceneral Jlerr handle, IslAad
Prodare, lr., and CammlIoa Sercbant.
IlyrBj Bay. IIIU. S. I.,
WOl keep constantly oa haad an extensive assortment of every
deacriptioo of good required by ship and others.
The hi r best price civea for Island Produce.
XT Money adraaced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
BOLLE9 Si CO
Ship Chandlers aad CsmmJ&Ioa Serchaats,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
uriii IT rllSIlltOI TO
Messrs. C. A. William A Co. Messrs. C. Brewer A Co..
Mesrra. CasUe A Cook. I Ueaars. 11. llackfeld A Co.,
Uesars. C. L. Richards A Co. U. C Waterman, Esq.
j fc WALIir
S. r. ASAJU. 8. G. WJLDEK.
ADAMS Sc. WILDER,
inrtion and Commission .Merchants,
riKE I'ltwf fcTORK,
In Rvblnaon'a Btiildiaz tiueen Street,
C. . BARTOW,
SalfH, Roani mi Qnc-ra Slrrrt. one dor Iran
Kuhumanu atreeu lj
Dealer la Wars Spirits, Ale and Tortrr.
TH. C. II El'CK,
General foDiniWsIon Merchant.
ALKX. JT. CARTWRIUHT.
Commission Xerthant and General Shipping A?ent,
IIOMolnlu. Oabu. ly
JOHN THUS. WATER HO USE.
Importer aud Dealer la Ceaeral Merchandise,
CC'J Queen Stmt, Ilonolnla. ly
C. lilt EWER it. CO.
Commission and Shlpplo? 3Ierthants,
IIwelnln. Oalts, II. I.
II. HACK EEL D t CO
General Commission Agents,
C. . 8PK3CICK, a. MACPlaLAMM
CI1AS. X. SPENCER fc CO.,
General Cumuilssiun Jlmhauts,
Immb Siren, lKJ3 lyl HonolalM.
P. A. SCHAEFER Ai CO.
Importers and CoiumlSiiloa Jlerriunts,
nONOLULU, 6S0 ly UAW. ISLANDS.
rBASK BBOWJt. dODFBCT BROW a.
DROWN Ai CO..
Importers & Wholesale Dealers In Wines Spirits ie.
671 MERCHANT ST., UOXOLULU. 6m
ED. HO EFSC II LA EG E It CO..
Importrrsand Couixison Merchants,
Corner of Fori und Mercbnni Slreela.
LEWERS X. DICKSON.
Dealers in Lumber and Cniidio JIterIaLs
633 Fort Slrrel. ly
E. O. HALL SON.
Importers and D?a!?rs In Hardware, Dry Goods
I'aimtM, uut, ana uenrral Merchandise.
647 Curner Kort antl King U. ly
W. N. LADD.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware. Cutlery, Jlechanlts'
Tools and .IsrrlrnUnral Iuip'emcuts
633 For Sirrrl. ly
II. L. Chad's Photographic Gallery!
T8 now open and piiepared t o
bl ub. riiuiuuNAi'iia oi any ize in uie ukst citli no
o tbb Moot Kr a.soxablb Tbkms.
COPYING AND ENLARGING done in the
or Sale Canls of the Hawaiian Kings, Queens, Chiefs and
ott.er notable persons.
also A rail aswrtment triMKG AD SMALb
FKAM ES, For Sale at Low I'rices.
0.50 If ii. L.. CUASG.
THE TOM MOORE TAVERN,
BY J. O'NEILL,
632 CORNER Of KINO AND PORT STRKETS. lly
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT lirrura lioard of I'ailrrwriirrs,
ain.Hi Drrartrn It.n rd af 1'iirf.rwrilrrL
Aeeat V i e n aa lienrd f UnUrrwrilcm.
K0RTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
CAPITA Xj 2.000.000
Accsinaolsilea and I arc. ted Fnnd, ,839,1 18
milR UNDERSIGNED HAVE KEEN AP-
M. fOtNTKD AUK.NTStor the Sandwich lla:ids, and i
anthoritcd to Insore against Fire apoo fitvorable terms.
Klsks taken in any part of the IiUnds on Wooden Buililinjr.
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwellinjt Uoosea and Farni
tare, Timlirr, Coals. Fhlp Id harbor with or withoat cargoes or
oodcr repair. 670 ly U. llJr ra. ui.Ax.ut.ii s tu.
THE IIRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
KATEd. The clauses In the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous. TUKO. 11. I)Alta.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire and Life Policies
ATkN THE MOST L1UERAL TERMS. ALL
J . Claims for Leases settU-d with protuptitude.
649-ly TUEU. 11. Dai IEa, AgenU
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Han Francisco.
rMMlE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. apnolntol amenta for tho above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT and TREASURE.
643 ly WALKER tt ALLEN.
II A MBUItdl-BREJIEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
fsTVHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
M. Appointed Arentsof the above Cunipany,are prepared
to insure risks aeainit Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings,
and on Mercnanuue stored tnerein, on most lavoraoie terms.
For particulars apply at the office of -
V. A. SCHAEFER e CO.
Honolulu, May 4. 1S63. 608 ly
$23,000,000 ASSETS !
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF II A RTFORD, CONN.,
.,.'W P. n..l f TSnU.
w r u un ,vi.w. y vwv. i
Five MU'ion Dollars, is Vie
oijest Bataal lasaranre Company In America.
v . '
lias the Largest amonnt af Jssets,'
The larj:e.1 Berelpts and Smallest Expenses,
The Largest nstaber of Dlembers,
Pajs the Largest Betira Dividends,
And Is the most Liberal Co. la existence.
TTATINO BEEN APPOINTED
for the Hawaiian Islands of the above old and wealthy
Life Insurance Company, I am prepared to furnish any in-
furmatioa pertaining to Lite Insurance, and to receive ap-
tdications for the insurinr of lives of any are between 14 and
60 years, on as favorable term as are offered by any other
The attention or those contemplating insuring tnelr own lives
or the lire of others, is invited to the superior advantages
offered by this Company, In the large amoont of its asset
and the consequent sreurity affurded to the insured. Its rn
eume from Interest alone more than covers all the expenses, iu
ctoding payment oo account of the death of members.
Circulars and all other desired information will be snrtuled
o application, personally or by letter, to
669 6m Agent fur the Hawaiian Islands.
ONE 12-INCH CELESTIAL GLOBE
Price, n 60.
On 12-tneh Terrestrial Globe, price 27 60.
One 12-inch Terrestrial Pferce-'s Magnetic Globe, with Mag
oetic Objects. Price, 30.
For sale by 647 U. M. WHITNEY.
Johs Xott. Sam'i. Nott.
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COPPER AIV1 TIiS3IBTllS.
TVAKE PLEASURE IX ANNOUNCING TO
the public that they are prepared to furnish all kinds of
C'.pper Work, cotutitinfc in part of stills, strikk fans, soa
cui ji pxs, worms, rnrs, etcctc
Also on hand, a fall assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for aale at the lowest market prices.
ALL KISDS or RKPAIBIXO PON I WITH KKATNKS3 AXD DISPATCH.
Onl'-rs from the other Inlands will meet with prompt attention.
8bop on Kanhnnanu St., one door above Plltner's. 6S0 3m
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
S8l King Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
ViaU Honolulu. II. I. 67 ly
J. H. WICKE,
CABINET .11 A Ii E It ,
ALASKA STRKCT BKLOW TBB TRKATRB.
Farnitur made and repaired at reasonable prices.
JOHa T1BBET3, THOS. SOHKSSOS.
T1I5IIETS & SOKEIYSCKV,
Ship Carpenters and Caulkers,
At D. Foster i Co.'s Old Stand.
me uuimium iron norns. Dt. WiMfa
SiAIL I, O F T .
W. G. WOOLSEY, SAILMAKER,
HAS OPENED A SAIL LOFT IN THE
Pune Itml.linir, on Q IT KEN STKKKT, formerly occo
Pied by Aldrich, Walker & Co., where he is prepared to
execute al! orders entrusted to him in the most workronnlike
taauDcr. No charge for storage of sails to customers. 673 3m
JAS. L. LEWIS,
coorui: aivw gaiigeis,
At the Old Stand,
Corner of King and Eethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL SIIOOKS and all Kinds of Coop.
. . . . . i .
cri.ji lUBirrinin constantly oik aana.
lie hopes hy attention to bnsiness to merit a con-
frf iiuuiico ui ine patronage wnicn no nas nituerto en.
kiiiujoyetl. and for which be now returns bis thanks.
XT 3R. IV X TXJDEE !
ri V DP II in a rw
XAaV M- W-m- 11 Aa AM.
CEO. LEONARD'S SHOP,
OX THE ESPLANADE,
Bureaus, Wardrobes, Bedsteads,
TACLES, LODGES. WA5II-STAXDS,
I wiiatnots, iiooK tjasss, Secretaries, occ, ccc.
Furniture manufactured at this Establishment Warranted as
good, if not better, than the imported, aud offered at moderate
feta CALL AND SEE. 3m
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher,
639 Near the Drug Store of J. Molt Smith r Co. ly
13 PREPARED TO REPAIR
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
666 With promptness and dispatch. ly
GEORGE XV. IVORTOIV,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
m me uui ?iana. oh ine jspianaae,
MM Ml M w if -m . T T-w a a
ooa ly Next above the Custom noose.
SAMUEL HI. CARTER,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
Mt(EXT DOOR ABOVE L. L. TORBERT'S.
, 662 ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
arl rl ' DO(rr his friends and Uo public!
V I ILf generally that he has taken the Stand '
on ForttitrevU recentlr occuDied br Mr. Andrews as
a Machine Shop, where he is prepared to execute all orders la
his lino with promptness and in a workmanlike manner. 663 ly
Manufacturer of FURNITURE of all De-
PLANING, SAWING AND TURNING DONE.
Monldings of all LI mis ronstantly on Hand.
C F. WII I IAMQ
Manafactnrer, Importer and Dealer la Fnrnitare
Of Lvery Description.
Fomtture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite E. TJ. Boyd's
ramuy Aiancet; w orKshop at the old stand,
llotcl street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 836-ly
Coot and Shoe Maker and Dealer tn Leather and
Hotel Street, bet. Xuuanu and Jfannakea Sis.
X7 Orders from the country solicited and promptly
attended to on the most reasonable terms. 637 ly
JAS. A. BUKIMCIi,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
Continues the business
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade.
All wor done with care, and orders promptly attended to.
652 Chabgks Moderate. ly
F. H. & C. SECELKEN.
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Annan n Street, bet. Slerrhant and Queen,
have constantly on hand
Ftoes, Lead Pipe, Galr. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose j
uidds, etop uocks, India Kubber Hose best 8-nly in
lengths of 25 and 50 feet, with CoaolinK and Pipe com
plete. Also, a TerY larre stock of Tinware of ererr descrin.
tion. Jobbing and Bepairinsr done to order promptly and war.
ranted. Particular attention siren to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citisens of Honolulu, and the Islands get.
er1'for.th,r fibraJ Pnage the past, we hope by St. let
Buenuon to Dnsmess to merit the sa
same for the future.
D" Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
to. 643 ly
PACIFIC CRASS FOUNDRY.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectrally inform the public that he is prepared to east
and finish all xinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
X7 All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
fCT Constantly oo hand, hose couplings of the following.
sixes : i, t, 1, If, i and Zi. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAJLUS A. UOPPEtt,
642 ly King street.
A FRESH SUPPLY- OP JOURNAL EXXXD
. AND HKC0BD BOOKS, just received per D. C. MC&V
Ax and ror sale oy ii. M. HUii.m.
Up in a Balloon. Boys.
xx ion roixa;
M0BCEACX-7ATOKIS Tsost, Tailing Leaves, Trovatore.
n.n .- - T..k d.:ii t I
Consider the Lilies. for sale by
6i n. M. wniTsrrr.
CHARLES WADS WORTH,
rancisoo,Cal. Price S
for sale by
(679) JJ. M. WniTNKT.
HILO, II . I .
Sugar and Molasses.
CiROP COMING IX AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit purchasers, hy
66S 6ui WALKER & ALLEN, Agents.
VEVV CROP, NOW COMING IN.
i- ror Sale by
C. BREWER & Co agents.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
OP THE KOHALA SUGAR COMPANY,
For sale in quantities to suit by
630 3 in
CASTLE A COOKE.
JEW CROP OP
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For Sale by
TO 6m C. BREWER A Co., agents.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
Sugar and Molasses Crop 18G9,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
606 6m WALKER & ALLEN, Agents.
Sugar and Molasses Crop 18C9,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN Q.UANTI
TlhS to suit purchasers, by
WALKER A ALLEN, Agent.
fr" ADAM8 & WILDER, Agents.
II. Cornwell, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. BOYD.
Choicest Meats from finest herds.
Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
4rc., furnished to order.
WOOD & Co., -"
KING STREET, HONOLULU. 634 ly
HAWAIIAN sClG ATILEIl !
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tapped
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELE-
For sale at the lowest market rates by '
ly A. 8. CLEG HORN, Agent.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known
WAIMEA TANNERY C. IfOTLEY,
By (669 ly) A. 8. CLEQHORN, Agent.
nWIE UNDERSIGNED WILL PURCHASE
JL GOAT SKINS for CASU, paying the highest market
rates lor tne same, and ts also prepared to make contracts for
one or two years. Will receive Qoat Skins from Dartiea on in
ut tuc iswuua imi nriu money ior tne same.
No freight charged if sent to me by the following vessels
schooners " Kinau," ilolculele," "Warwick," "Rob Roy,"
ana -lsaoeua." toiu am) J. I. JJOWSKTT.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WOEKS,
Br IIUDDY & GRAY, at Leleo.
rjTAYING RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
AM. stock of material. are prepared to supply their customers
ana the puDiic, wtta the tocut i cLIow, Brown naid
White SOAP. ALSO-
SOFT .AJNX Om. 80AP,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. 8. Soap grease always wanted. 653 ly
HONOLULU SOAP WOEKS,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
nrHE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
A. Works is prepared pply his customers, and the nab.
uc in prenermi, wun we nest n&itty MLLtLiU W SUAP.
surx suit" alwttyai on liawd.
Thb Hiohbct Pbicb fAip fob Sqaj Gbkasb. 648 ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
E. I0VE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
Also, JVater, Soda and Butter Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKES. Ac
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Floor, baked daily and
always on hand.
IT. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY.
J. H. BLACE,
BOOK, CARD AND JOB PRINTER,
Rhode New Balldlos,
Heads. Cards, Cirenlars,
Plantation Orders, Eeceipts,
Pamphlets, Visiting Cards,
, Etc, Etc. Etc.
JOB PRINT I IV O !
In ererr Style and Variety.
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL.
DRUGS AMD MEDICINES.
BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITT
. can be bund at
- JL,. CHASE'S,
IN FORT STREET.
Pis nn lilt .
Bach as are used in domesti practice.
A FULL ASSORTMENT ON HAND, 8C1T
iBLE for Holiday or Wedding IYeaeUs, and at prices
f 15 to $40 ach. Izqb, H. II WHITN1CT.
FOR g Al FR AlVCISf CO !;
Til ft AM. CLIPPER BARK
Will bare Immediate Di$ptch for San Fraoeisro,
Having a part of a Cargo already engaged.
For freight or passage apply to
683 WALKER A ALLE.V, Agents.
Regular Packet Tor I.nliaina.
THK WELL-KNOW" N EXTREME CJP?ER
J. C. CLCSEY, MASTER,
Is laid on as a Regular Packet to Lahaina, and, if sufficient
inducement offers, to Maalea ami Kalepolepo.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain, or H. TTACK
FIKLI ti Co. 6S3 3m
For Hilo and Ononica, Hawaii.
Will run as a Regular Packet to the abore porta. For Freight
or Passage apply to
670 6m WALKER A ALLEN. Agents.
THE FAST-SAILING CLIPPER SCHOONER
jKv Ka Moi, Capt. p.er.,
SrrW leave Honolulu every Monday and
Kahului every Friday.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain. 6S1 lm
For Hilo and Kaupakuca, Hawaii.
Will run as a Regular Packet to the abore porta, touching at
LAHAINA. For Freight or Passage apply to
670 6m WALKER & ALLEN, Agents.
CLIPPER SCHOONER LILIU
WiU run regularly to M0L0KAI.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain, or to
65S 6m CilAS. N. SPENCER ti CO.
REGULAR OAIIU PACKET.
WUl leave every Monday afternoon for ports on
Oahu, returning Saturday mornings.
673 3m CIIA3. N. SPEXCKE A CO., Agents.
LAHAINA AND MAKEE' S LANDING.
THE FAVORITE CLIPPER BCHOONER
E. D CRANE MASTER.
Will run regularly between Honolulu and the above
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to "
650 Cm C. BRKWKH A CO.
JUXWSX11D JL iici4.ei, juinc ,
SAN FRANCISCO !
The following TIrst-Class Vessels will Ban Begs
larly In the Honolulu LlneT
D. C. Murray,
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommodations for
Cabin and Steerage Passengers, apply to
672 6m WALKER 4- ALLEN, A genu.
THEO. H. DAVIES
For Sale tlie Carjro
07 THB BRIG
Just 131 o c o ivod!
The Assortment of Goods
IS UNUSUALLY FINE,
Having been Selected with Great Care
AND INCLUDES TUK NEWEST STYLES OF
GREENS, ORAIIGES & MOTTLES
And tber CsibIiati)M f
CHOICEST DESIGNS AND COLORS.
FINE BRILLIANTS, PRINTED LAWNS
AND PRINTED LINENS. - -
In addition to Ute usual Staples, the Invoices include
White Linen Duck and Drill, Dagmar Shlrtinirs,
'Waterproof Tweeds, Blue Pilot Jacket. Silk Umbrellas, '
Damakk Napkins. Plain and Embroidered ghasis,
Hawaiian and American Ensigns.
Deary aad Light BUtakets, Asst. Calan aad sizet,
Rich Telret Carpets aad Velvet Sags,
New pattern of Oil CloU i yard wide, -"Woolen
Damask. Patent Rooflog and Sheaihing Felt,
Water-proof Clothing, Leather Belting 3 in. to S in. wide.
ITIcOiiie's Steaiii ClariOers.
Gosneli & Co? a and EimmeTs Soaps, Pomades and
I erjumes. ;
English Cheese, Oilmen's Stores,
Bass' Ale, bottled by Slooi, Wolfe A Cou.
Ana, txtope & uo.'s Ate, prats sad qoarts,
Ooinness' Stoat, pints and quarts, - ;
muTUies Whiskey, in casks an
White Lead, Zinc, Boiled Oil
Nappies, Glassware, Earthenware, c
Bar Iron, Coal, Liverpool Salt, Ac, Ixo- Ac. ,
THEO. IX. DAVIES.
Dont Forget the Birthdays- '
A GREAT VARIETY OF CHILDREN'S
Cloth and Plain Toy Books,
From 6 cents to one dollar each. Jost what oar Httle "Mary
Ann n wants. Call and see at the Book stare of
674 H. M. wurraax. .