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SIX DOLiaRSPEIl AXXTM.
VOL. XIV. N. 20. WHOLE X. 703.
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Special Letter from New York.
Tao Uic Pale la Wall Street.
New Vok, Sept. 29, 189.
Editor or nn P. CL ADTxmTuni i W are bT
!; times here in New Tork, anl in Wall
ttrwt, which iM the focus of the " bUwstetl row,'
are having it hot and heavy. The newpaers
n I'uIj filleil with long and interratiag accounts of
the events to which I am about to allude, and I onlj
write to make aume few explanations in order that
the whole affair ma be better understood bj those
nut familiar with the routine of Wall street buainess.
It seems that some master minds pat their heads
blether some dajrs ago to control the gold market.
With much capital to back them, and no doubt as
uted by tome of the bonks, as the sequel will show,
t&ey were enabled, as it is called, to corner golL
Yuu should be made aware that the amount of gold
in actual circulation in the United States is not
great ; sny about twenty millions available for use in
Wall street. A Tact amount of course is spread all
ver the country, little sums in hundreds of thou,
san-ls of hamli, making in the aggregate a large
noi. LDcIwSn has accumulated a saat amount in
his treasury, boiling usually on an average eighty
to one hundred millions which cannot be touched, as
it is the policy of the Government not to disarrange
the finances of the country, which undoubtedly i
wool' I be tne case tr large sums were suuaeniy soia.
a million dollars grLl weekly, and with the pro- j
emis purchased United States bonds, thus gradually ;
reducing our national debt aa-l our consequent heavy ;
J aterest aouount. and quietly disposing of the sur. J
j)tiw goll which comes in for customs duei, all the j
time so etmly ao-l regularly as not to disturb the j
balance of trI?, as 1 have previously mentioned. I
rocs this explanation your reaIers can readily see :
ow boldness and capital can manage the gold mar
v, provkhsil the manipulators can hod enough per
ids to whom to sell the go 11 they have resolved to
Cfwre the m titer of this firvtoci&l crisis can be
Clear 1 7 nndemtooil, I will enlighten your readers
rjuncerniog an Institution here in New York called
ty Nw York Gold Exchange Bank, acting as a
leafing huue for all g-Ll deaWs. enabling a person ,
cf extremely limitel capital t move ami handle a
asC amount of gold, not goll cvtn, but transactions
Tpraenting guld. Ihiriog the war this bank was
t in existence, and then gold frequently rose and
11 twenty-five per cent, in a dy. Then the actual
jin was ceslt in now nearly the whole of the gold
ansactions are fictitu. Imagine, therefore, the
2i.iely-pread Law on over 600 millions, the amount
jthtred o Friday last, at a range from ICO up to
li and then down to 131. I have always urged
it the Government should put out its strong hand
:ul crnn this gold bank, when gold would rpeedil
ai to I IS or 13 and all these unhealthy and gigaatie
eculatiims would ceuc. and gold maintain its real
lue. In Austria, a country hopelesslr involved in
hi, apecie has not been in circulation since 1949,
I it is doubtful, with its t resent enormous debt, if
Ve country will ever return again to a specie basis,
'et the discount on their paper (L e., premium on
Id) for many jears has never gone above 25, even
wring the Italian French war ; and now, if my
lemory correctly serves me, is about 15. And here
i our great, prosperous country, with a fair prospect
r paying off its entire debt certainly long before
csDiratioa of the rresent centurr. with its oblia-
Vss at a regular discount of from 30 to 0. This
ate cf things is unnatural and unhealthy, and by
lie simple suppression of the gold bank, affairs
f oald reach their proper position. As you will see
U I go on farther. U is to be hoped that the Gold
Exchange Bank is on ks last legs. I think it Is a
cats Bank. Not satisfied with paying anaoal din-
ends of 40 per cent., the directors muat put a finger
b the pie of gold speculation, and now their afiairs
ke in the hands of a receiver. The strongest tng-
fcce will be made to prevent this or any similar la
ctation ever going again Into operation.
To further explain regarding this gold bank routine,
will repeat that the bank acts as receiver and dis
urser for the gold dealers. I, for instance, repre-
rnt the firm cf John Smith & Co.. and myself or
y customers have the belief that gold ought to go
i.her; so we buy gold, thai is go " long " of gold.
I go to various gull dealers and buy from them
8100,000 gold at 185. If U goes np, as I pre
xmed and hoped it would, and I am satisfied with
m profit, I sell out my 8 100,000 gold, thus cloving
e transaction. With the party or parties I pur.
fasca from i exchange tickets, ex ten. ling the cur
acy value of the gold, going through the same
nn with the parties to whom I sold the gold. For
stance I boeght 41100,000 gold at 135 and sold it
134. 1 make sp my statement to the bank, accom-
by the tickets of the dealers I traded with.
mg 91000 to be Uc me. On the opposite side.
ether partiea make out their eiaiemont, aocom-
wun tlekecs showing that tber owe the bank
for hlch sua they deposit tkeir certified
Vk. and at a subsequent keur. after haviag ex
? 2 the transections, the bank pays over to
my 1000. which they have already received
the other parties. So one band washes the
J e there are no errors or uVnciencaesihe
bank charging me $1 each way fur every 8100,00") t
gold cleared throcgh their institution. Clearing CO
millions a day. which I believe is their average,
their clearing fees would foot up $1000 daily. At
all events they bare paid dividends of 4 per cent.
annually, and their stock required a very long pole '
to touch it at all, and I doubt if it could be bought at i
any reasonable price.
- After these explanations I presume you can readily
see how small dealers can handle big anion uts of
gold ; how the price of gold is kept np and bow pec
ulation is footered. Another point I thould tnt-ntion,
and that is the daily borrowing and loaning of gold.
To continue my original supposition, I have bought
100.000 gold at 15 and I believe the price will ro
higher than 136. I have on band (that ii my paper I
ticket is out for so much) 8100,000 gold, which I !
want to carry." Consequently 1 loan the gold at
the current rate, exchanging another set of tickets.
Usually long gold pays interest ranging from one
per cent, per annum up to as high as one per cent,
per diem, the rates changing every day and the loans
being returned or renewed day by diy. That the
longs m gull should pay interest is natural ami
proper, inasmuch as the borrower has the use cf the
luotiey, though you mtut always bear in mind that
all these transactions are fictitious, and generally no
money passes excepting the 44 differences ' received
from one party and paid over to another by the bank.
Occasionally the 44 shorts' that is the sellers of
gold those who work on the supposition that the
price of gold is too high and must go lower have to
pay interest, but such is not often the cose.
I now return to my original subject and will tell
you about the great fiaoco in gold which took p'ace
last Friday. A party or clique of speculators had
cot only resolved to 44 comer ' gold, but they had
the whole market under complete control. On the
previous Monday gold was quiet at ISC. Tuesday
aod Wednesday it advanced to 1374 ; on Thursday
they jumped it to 1 43 amidst great excitement. On
the opening of the gold board on Friday the price
opened at 150 and before noon had gone np to 104.
Words cannot describe the fearful excitement of that
day. It was supposed that in putting gold up.so
rapidly the clique liad UK their self-control amid the
general excitement, bat this was discovered not to be
the caee. In the middle of the Hurry an elegant
coupe drove down to the vicinity of the gJd exchange,
gaining a position by the curbstone with the greatest
difficulty, for the street was one sea of excited hu
manity. One of the crowd discovered that the vehi
cle contain I a Miss Pauline Mrkbam. an actress
greatly admired for her statueeque form, which she
exhibits nightly to admiring throngs. A bjstandcr
happened to know her and spoke to her, when she
conn led to bim the information that gold was going
to 185, because Jim i'iak, of the clique, had told her
they were going to advance the price on that day to
the figure mentioned. This proves that their plans
were all cut and dried to make an enormous advance
in gold. Their plans were most admirably conceived,
and up to the momentous Friday capitally managed.
They bad the whip entirely in their own hands ;
could put np gold regularly one, two or three per
cent, daily for as long a period as they desired ; could
have daily collected their profits ; matters would have
gone along about as usual in Wall street ; people
would have paid their losses and growled and bung
on, expecting gold to fall every djy when tbey
thought they could have made up all their logfes and
a handsome profit in addition, but the gredy fools
were not Battened, and they fortunately killed the
goose that laid them poldiu egg. They probably
argued that the price of gold bal advanced over 40
per cent, on the 1st of July, 1804, without causing a
panic but tbey forgot that in those djs all transac
tions in gold were followed by an actual handling
and delivery of the coin, a day's transactions proba
bly not footing two millions, while last Friday the
transactions are said to sum up to the gigantic
amount of five hundred millions.
The rtead men of the clique, such as Fisk, Dclden,
Smith, Gould and Martin, are non til (not honest)
inventus. Many heavy firms have failed, and no
end of smaller fry have followed. To-day the heavy
stock booite of Lockwood A Co., has gone under, a
concern whose name was a synonym for wealth and
solidity. The end is not yet. Many Western and
Southern men take 44 fivers in gold and stocks,
either when they come on for a trip or by letter. Ten
per cent, was considered ample margin on transac
tions, but an immense fall in stocks has followed the
gold panic. New York Central ten dajs ago was
Ji& tUia afternoon 145, a foil of CO per cent, on
what was considered an irreproachable style of secur
ity. Other stocks have gone down in proportion,
and all margins are 44 wiped out.
Government securities stand it nobly, having fallen
off only two per cent. The money market is very
stringent one per cent, per diem being paid in many
instance, S'J"' is paid by weak houses to 44 carry
one hundred shares of stock over night. Such times
were never before exieriDced in the memory of
Wall street. The brokers Hires were iu full blast
lat Son. lay, and all night long every night this week.
Mr. Boatwell, Secretary of the Treasury, takes
great credit to himself for breaking up the gold
corner. It seems at a dinner at the Loyal League
Club here in Auguvt. be said be should not interfere
in the gold market, and the clique worked on that
assertion. Ou Friday he had bushels of telegrams
requesting him to interfere ; but be took no action
until the President requested him to order a sale of
gold. Bat the corner would never have survived the
enormous advance of Friday it killed itself, and Mr.
BjutwclTs authorizing the sale of four millions gold
did not hasten matters to a crisis. It seems that the
eminent hanking bouse of Brown Brothers bad pro
cured So.UUU.r gold from the Treasury by agree
ing to pay out that sum free of communion, on ac
count cf the November interest due on U. S. bonds io
1 Jo rope. This gold they threw on the market in
conjunction with a similar sum sold by Duncan,
Sherman & Co , and the deed was done. The coun
try lowt much when it was discovered that obstacles
existed preventing Mr. A. T. Stewart occupying the
povition of Secretary of the Treasury of the United
States. He is a true financier, the proof of which
is the successful manner in which he has managed
his own affairs. Mr. Boutwcll, on the contrary, is a
very fair 44 country " financier, but not at all fitted
for the most responsible position be now occupies.
Rumors my be was eakoot with the late gold clique,
but this I do not believe for a moment.
Mr. Lyman, of Hilo, who rowed in the Harvard
boat against the Oxford, is here. I understand he
does not purpose returning to the Islands.
C. . II AUTO IV.
Sale Rooaa oa Qaeea Street. deer Irew
SsO Kaahiuaaaa street. lj
m. r. asass. a. e. wilds.
ADAMS Mi. WILJJER,
lartlsa and Ceaalislsa XerthaiU,
nam moor store,
la Reklaeea's UalMiwg. Uweea Street,
FISCHER. ROTH. ,
Mrrrhsat Taller. : 4 '
Tort Sweet, oppoatie OdJ reiki's Ball, Hooolala. II. I
rrt if -
D1L.L.I XC II A M c CO.,
Lurorrc axb uim is
Bar-ware, Catlery, Dry Ceeds, Palits and Oils,
as. teaeral JlercaasdHe,
671 ftm. fr, kixo STRICT, HOXOUJLU. j
ED. IIOFFSCIILAKCiZR k CO
Iapertenaaa Ceaalsaiea. Here has. U,
Career afFert mm Merctaaal Streeti
F. A. SCIIAEFER A CO.
I a porter? sad CeaalaJea Berthaats,
nOXOLCLC. SAO ly IIAW. ISLANDS.
- JOIIX R1TSOY.
Dealer la TJhes, Spirits, lie aad Psrter.
CB ileaelala. y
LEWERN V DICKSOX.
Dealers La Laaber aad Ballalag BaterUk,
Fees Ktree. 1
Til. C. IICUCK,
Ce serai Caaalsslea Jlerckaat,
C. BREWER Ac CO.
CsaajKlsi aii SUpplig flcrthinta,
ASS ' IXaaelala. Oaks, II. f . i,
J. 31. WUITXEV. D. D. S
Orncc ovaa Pa. HorrAji's Iaco Proae,
CORXZR OF KAAttVMAfiU AXD MERCHANT STS.
AM Ofie boors from 9 a.m. till 1 r. u. j
E. IIOFFMAXX. M.D.
Phvdrlaa and Surgeon,
Caraer Merchant aod Kaahamaoa at., pear Pou.gice. 687 ly
JOIIX S. MetiKEW, M. D,
Phtsirlaa and Sargeea.
OOce is B. L. Chase1 bo.TW. Vort Btrftrt.
Rbudcxcb Ckaplam St., kmtwttm Ammm mnd Fort St:
Orrics flocaa from 8 to 10 A. aod fruta S to ft P. U.
DR. J. MOTT SMITH,
Office comer of Tort ard Hotel Street t.
A. C. BLFFt'M, M. I..
Phjlriaa and Sargrea,
Office aod Reiideoce, Ahlrkh llooe. Fort atreet
nan 1 -
A. F. Jl'DII.
ittarney and Conaellor at Law,
fort street, three doors below Merchant Streets. 702 ly
JOIIX II. PATV.
Uoootola, n. I. Place at the Eaok of lllthop A Co. 6'JO 6m
R . a . DAVIS,
ittoraey at Law,
Will Practice to all the Court of tho Kingdom, In both English
and iiaeaiian laocusfres.
693 Office ee Qtm Street, oppite the Court Hou$e. ly
S. II. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
Office ever Rtekardton'i Store, corner Fort and Slerchtnt
oCl ttrrtti, Honolulu. 1
Attorney and Connsellor at Law.
Oifice on Qoeeo 8trct, opnte the Court House, op atairs.
V. C. JONES,
ittorney at Law and Land Agent.
Will practice In all the Coorts of the Kingdom. He will
attend the Circuit Court in Kauai. Maui and Hawaii,
aad visit either of those Island ou
Office in Ute room lately occupied by the Hon. J. U
Austin, in the Vosu'ffice JiuiUtir.y.
AFOXG At ACHCCK,
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers InCenerrd
Merchandise and Chinese Goods.
Flre-sreer Store, .aaaan Street.
rnder the Public Hall. S3 ly
Dealer la General Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel and Xniutnu Streets, Honohdn, 11. 1.
Retail Establishment 0 Xanana Street.
669 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
Commission Uerchant and General igent,
Agent for the Paukaa and Aroaculu Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Tea and other Chinene and Foreign Ooods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian rToduoe,
la NeerSteae Store, XaaaaaSi., belew Kiax
UTMAN Ac BROTHERS.
Wholesale aad Retail Dealers la Dry Goods, Clothing,
HATS, FCRNtSniNQ GOODS,
Ladles and Gents' Boot and Shoes, Yankee Notions, Ac, Ac,
Capt. Snw' iiuildimy.
Km. 20 MERCHAM T A T., lJjf UOyOTMLU.
C. Lm RICHARDS Ai CO..
Ship Chandlers aud ieuimisslon Merchants, and
Dealers la Ge serai Uerchandlse,
Keep constantly on band a full assortment of merchandise, for
tbeiauplyof Whaler and Merchant vessels.
TTboIesale Dealers la Clothing, Boots, Shoes IIatS
Meas Faral.-hlng and Fancy Gesds,
No. MERCHANT ST., (700 6m) HONOLULU.
DOLL.ES Ai CO.,
Ship Chandler and Commission Merchants,
Jurn Street, Honolulu.
itrm ar rnmiiioi to
Messrs. C. A. William A Co. Messrs. C. brewer k Co.,
Mesne. Castta A Cooke. ' I Meaira. II. Ilsrkfeld A Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards A Co. 1. C Waterman, Esq.
CIICI.AX A BROTHER,
mroaraas or aao naaLsas is
Chlaa Goods of all Descrlptlsas, aad la all kinds ef
Asn,eootant!y oa band, a suprrlnr quality of Hawaiian Rice.
tn NUUANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
laporter and Dealer la Boots, Shoes, rise Clothing,
Faralsbiug GveJs, Perfamery, Ac.
Corner of Fort mnd Merchant Street,
670 HONOLULU. M. I. ir
XV. t GREEN,
General Cemalsslea igest and Broker,
QUEEN STREET, CW ly HONOLULU.
o. n. srsscva, , a. MacrasLaas
CHAS. N. SPENCER Ai CO.,
Ceaeral Ceamlssloa Mrrrhast,
(jaeew Street. 1 60a ly Ileaelala.
a. c raaiXAMKL. w. a. blcms.
CHALLAM EL At CO..
laperters aad Dealers la (Tines, Spirits, lies, ke.,
No. 8 NUUANU STREET,
676 Opposite Merchant street. Honolulu, II. I. ly
ALLEN Ai CHILLINGWORTH,
Will continue the General Merchandise and ShlppinRbasinesa
at the above port, where they are prepared te furnish
the joUy celebrated Kawalbae Potaloes.and
och other recruit a are required
by whale hlps. at the
shortest notice and oo the most reasonable terms.
Plrowood on Hand.
list, m. Castlb. j. s. stbsstos. a. a. oooaa.
CASTLE At. COOKE.
laporten asd Ceaeral Berehaats,
Kins; street, anaaelle the Seasaea4 Chapel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jayne Oiebrated F unity Medidaes,
Wbeeter Ir Wilson' Sewing Machines,
The New Eoglsnd Mutual Life Insurance Cosapasy,
Tb Kobala ogar Company, Hawaii.
The HaJkn curar Company, Maui.
The Hawaiian ragar Mills, MauL
The Waialua Sural Planuttnn. Oahau
The Lomahal Rios PlantaUon. Kanat 663 ly
D. N. FLITNER, .
Ceotinnes hi eld business la the 6 reproof building,
CbrtMOcaeters rated by observance. ef the tan and stars
Ua a transit Instrument accurately adjusted to the
teridian ef Uonoiala. Particular attention riven to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical Instrsmeots constantly on
684 band and for ale. ly
Skip C sandier, Dealer la Ceaeral Merchandise, Island
Prod are, Ae., and f omalsslon Merchant.
Brrsa's Bay. II He. S. I,
Will keep eonstantly en hand an extensive assortment of every
. description ef goods required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Island Prndoce.
ry Xooey advanced for Bill of Exchange at reasonable rates.
670 ly .
BISHOP Ac COM Beaker.
Offlee, la the eat eoraer of Makee's Block,
Kaabaaanu street, HoooUilu.
Draw BOls of Kschaagesn
Tb Bass or CaxiroajnA. fan Franeisco
Messrs usjmsu.l,Mistcsji k Co., New Tork.
Lsaa 4- WaLLsa, - New Tork,
Taawovr NanoSAL Bass, - - Boston.
. Osaartax, Bass Coaroaanos. -' Leaden.
Messrs. Masctasd, Anas A Co.. Paris.
Agenu Pactno lascaascs Co. and MASSArras Ltrs Isscs
Will receive dpoU4Iaeoant firrt-elau b oi In eti paper, and
attend to eolleellnc.ete. 686 ly
THE NEWSPAPER KlOKOi,
Published Weekly la the Hawaiian Lansaage.
It ha the largest circoUtion In the (rroop, and is read both
by liseitiian and Foreiencrs. Price 62 a year io ad
vtitc. Advertiavojents translated into Hawa
iian free of charge. Office in South
67 corner of Sailor' Home ly
M. S. UrTxBAUM At CO..
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Fashionable
nothing. Hats, Caps Koots and Shoes,
And every variety or Gentlemen' Superior Furnishing Goods
Utnre formerly occupied ty W. A. Aldricb,
703 Makte' Bloci., 4f"een tt. ly
K. O. IIAL.L. Ai SOX.
Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Dry Goods,
Paint, Oit, mnd General Merckandite.
7o0 Corner Fort and King gt. ly
rsass saowsr. nrar
BROWX Ai CO..
Importers & Wholesale Doarers In Wines Spirit, ie.
700 MERCHANT ST., HOyOLVLU. tin
II. E. McIXTVRE &i UltOTHER,
Croeery, Teed Store and Bakery,
Corner of Kinz and Fort etreets llt.patnlu. H. I. 6'-5 ly
ALFA. J. CART WRIGHT,
Commission Merchant And General Shipping A?rnt,
6S6 IIouol Ml n . Oak u . ly
Importerand Dealer Is H.irdware,CntIery, Jlechanits'
Tools, and Asrlrnltural liupleiueuts,
eSfl Fori Street . If
L. I TOR BERT,
Dealer lu all kinds of Building Materials,
Paint and Oit, ffalt Paper, Window and Picture Gin,
Sash. Mind. Door, Ac 4-0.
Ofiick No. 20 KtrnsADe, (7i ly) Orrosiric Cofkt Iloc.is
JOHN THUS. WATERHOCSE.
Importer and Dealer In Geueral 3Ierchandise,
669 Queen Street, Iluuoiulu. ly
1. S. WAUtKa. S. C. ALLItS
WALKER Ai ALLEN,
Shipping and Commissloa Merchants,
682 UONOLL'Ll', 11. I. ly
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Money sol Kecruiu furnished to Ships ou Favorable Terms.
JOHN A I' L E T T ,
noTEL Stmeet, opposite C. K. William.
McCOLGAX Ai JOHNSON,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. I.,
71 Opposite Theod. C. Ile ick's. ly
C. WATERMAN Ai CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interest of the Whaling Fleet by
the furaiahinj: of funds, purchase and Hale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, Geueral Merch:indio, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlaxd, Jb. A Co., New Bedford
W. G. K. Pops, Esq., do.
J. C. Mkkkill Ai Co., San Francisco
THEO. II . I A V I ES.
(Late Jan ion, Lire en. tt Co.)
Importer and Commission Merthant,
LLOYDS' tr THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH it FOREIUN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof Buildings, Kaahumanu and Queen Streets.
KU VLOA, OAI1U.
700 ly ADAMS A WILDER, Agents.
waTEW CROP OP
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For Sale by
673 tn C. BREWER A Co., agents.
HILO, H . I
Sugar and Molasses.
C1ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities lo suit purchasers, ly
J95 Cm WALK Kit A ALLEN, Agents.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
OF THE KOIIALA SUGAR COMPANY,
F..T sale in quantities to suit hy
oJ 3m CASTLK A COOKE.
II. I'srawrll, lreprleter.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
ROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
In lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
094 ly OKU. C. McLEAN, Agent.
Sugar and Molutses Crop 18C9,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN O.UANTI
TlkS to suit purchasers, by
60s 6a WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Sag-ar and Molasses Crop I860,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN O.IIA NTI
TI KS to suit purchasers, by
WALKER A ALLEN, Agent.
TS-TEW CROP, NOW COMING IN.
A w or Sals by
C. BREWER A Co agents.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIUM AND NA VF BREAD,
always on band and mads to order.
Also, Water. Soda and Butter Crackers,
JKNNT LIND CAKEd. Ac.
SIIIPBREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Floor, baked daily and
always on hand.
If. B BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY.
UAWAIIAIY JLEATI1I2R !
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELE
BHATUD WAIMEA TANNERY,
For sale at tho lowest market rates by
. 8. CLEG HOBS, Agent.
KINO STREET. HONOLULU. 687 ly
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. IIOYD.
Choicest Meat from finest herds. . Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
arc, furnished to order. M7 ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER"
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the welt-known
WAIMEA TANNERY C. NOTLEY,
By (C69 ly) A. B. CLEOH0R3, Agent.
JflTED STATE4! BONDS OF INDEBT-
SNaa, o-vy or any other class of bonds.)
Lasnea ax the nujnesi rales.
' n. M. WHITNET.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
TV.IIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
Boston Board of Underwriters, notify Masters of Vessels
and others that all bills for Repair on Vessels, aod all bills
for General Averafte purposes, must be approved by the Ageut
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not be allowed.
093 ly C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
CASn ASSETS, OVER $36,000,000 S
Cash Dividends iu 1868,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premlams May he Paid Seinl-Annually or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ot 8an Francisco.
npHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
....tnlo.! acrunra f.xm tl.sa uhnVA (!nmranV. Ikff lt.V ta
JK. S 'X' afiVMie v " ' - . o
inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE I'OLItlKS
CARGOES, FREIGHT aud TREASURE.
69S ly WALKER A ALLEN.
II A HllURCII-BRGMEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rsnilK UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
M. Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone aud Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandi&e stored therein, oo most favorable terms.
For particular apply at the office of
F. A. SCnAEFER 4- CO.
Honolulu, May 4. 1868. 691 ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Established A. D. 1803.)
CASH CAPITAL, 8.000.000:
rsrUIE UNDERSIGNED HetVING BEEN
JL Appointed Agents or the above Company for the Hawai
Are Prepared to Insure Against Fire
On Brirk. Stone and Wooden Buildings, Merchandise, Furni
ture, Ac, on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply
at the office of (691 ly) WALKER A ALLEN.
F. A. SCHAEFER.
A GENT Bremen Board of Underwriters.
Ajjeat Drradra Board of Underwriters,
AKCnt Vieuan Board of Underwriters.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
CAPITA L 3.000,000
Aceumalnted and Invested Fpnd. 2,838,118
rlIIK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A I'
ll POINTED AQKNTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and arc
authorised to lasure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Kisks taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling liooees and Furni
ture, limber, Coalo, Ships in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. (070 ly ED. U JFFcCULAEOttt A CO.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPY
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
! It .1 ,.T; J T XT . . 7 .um, Tnon
M (lit U UClH'H'IM'ini ilCof? lc 1 HIM 'J UITI 1 IIWUJ
rue Million Dollars, is the
Oldest Mutual Insnrance Company In America,
lias the Largest anionnt of Assets,
The Largest Receipts and Smallest Expenses,
The Largest nnniber of Members,
Pays the Largest Return Dividends, .
Aud Is the most Liberal Co. In existence.
HAVING BEEN "APPOINTED AGENT
for the Hawaiian Islands of the above old and wealthy
Life Insurance Company, I am prepared lo furnish any in
formation pertaining to Life Insurance, and to receive ap
plication for the insuring of lives of any age between 14 and
00 year, on as favorable term a are oOVred by any other
The attention of those contemplating insuring their own live
or the lives of others, i invited to the superior advantage
oQ'ered by Ihis Cmipany, In tiie large amount of its asset
and the consequent security afforded to the insured. Its in
come from iuterest alone more than cover alf the expenses, in
cluding payments on account of the death of members.
Circulars sud all other desired information will be supplied
on application, personally or by letter, t
II. 51. wniTNEr,
Agent lor the Uawaiinn Island.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS !
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW OPEN FOR
A Large and Choice Assortment of
Tobacco sxiil Cigars
Comprising- in part the following Brands:
Ths. C. Wi'liam A Co.' Light Pre Natural Leaf, very floe,
J. F. Oyler's Hard Pre Natural Leaf, very fine.
Golden Bars, Medium Press Natural Leaf, very flue.
Pocket Piece Medium Press Natural Leaf.
PocVet Piece Navy Sweet,
Fruit Brand Hard Pres. Chewing.
Horn's Best Fine Cut Chewing.
A Variety of Brands.
Tip Top, German,
Rio Del Norte, German,
Mariscal Vi liars, German,
La Rectitude, California made from Uabana Tobacco.
La Paz, Genuine Ilahanas, very fine.
El Capricho de Cuba.
Genuine Ilahanas, eery fine.
Briar Wood Pipes, Snuff, &c, &e.
Soda Water Always on Hand,
t In Syphon or Soda Bottles.
Orders frem the ether Islands Resreetfa!Iy
Solicited aad Prompt y Atteaded to,
IIOLLISTER & IIYLAND.
692 3m No. 68 Xanana Street, Honolulu.
TEA CnERS OF SCHOOLS WILL PLEASE
note that II. M. WIIIIMEY baa just received a large
PATSON, DUNTON A SCRIBNER'S
NATIONAL SYSTEM OP PENMANSHIP
In Twelve Numbers.
BEERS' SYSTEM OF PROGRESSIVE PENMANSHIP
In Twelve Numbers. 59
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
76 Kiug Street, Honolulu.
REPAIRING DONE WITH CARE
Particular attention given to
Blacksmithing and 'Horse-shoeing'.
XT Orders from the other Islands promptly executed.
F. H. & G. SECELKEN,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,.
Xanana Street, bet. Merchant and Queen,
a HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Jfjjr. Stoves, Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
ija bibbs, Stop Cocks, India Rubber H.e best 3-ply in
length of 25 snd 50 feet, with Coupling and Pipe" cora
plele. Also, a very larse stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to hip Work.
Thankful lo the citiaens of Ilonoiulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by sti ict
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
X7 Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
to. 698 ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
-v TIIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectfully inform t le public that be is prepared to cast
Vi y and finish all kinds of bras and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kiuds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
0 Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following,
sire: i, , 1, 1,, 2 and 2J. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPEK,
695 ly King street.
OG 3ECla3.cs Street.
Jfl. T. DOJYiYE Lis,
IMPORTER AND MAKCFaCTCREB OP
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
a K7 Old Furniture repaired and Mattresses of all de
' scriptions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at 86 and 88 KlaK street.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
692 Near the Drag 8 tore of J. Mott Smith a Co. ly
C tt. ADDERLCV,
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolulu.
tt Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to promptly. 690 ly
Boot and Shoe Olaker and Dealer In Leather and
Hold Street, bet. Xuuayiu and Maunakea Sts.
X7 Orders from the country solicited and promptly
attended to on the most reasonable terms. 690 ly
W. tt. WOOLSEY,
Sail TllT 13L o r
HAS REMOVED HIS SAIL
LOOT to the old Ice House at the foot of
XI -AN nuanu street. All orders intrusted to him
will receive immediate attention. 687 6m
MBit T1BBKTS, THOS. 80RSSSOH.
THSBI2TS Sc SORGIVSO:T, -Ship
Carpenters and Caulkers,
33 At D. Foster &, Co.'s Old Stand,
Near the w Honolulu Iron Works.'' 687 61
DALTON 3t BLAUVELT,
Saddle and Harness Makers,
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming In all Its1
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 681 ly
J. 1TI. OAT & SOIV,
trr Entire satisfaction ruaranteed iu all work turned
"out from our Loft. (S69 ly
JORM NOTT. Eam'L NOTT.
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COPPER AIYO T IIVS.TI I THS.
TUKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
the public that they are prepared to furnish all kinds ot
Copper Work, consisting in part of stills, stsikb pass, sor.
gbi'M pans, wound, pcm rs, etc, etc.
Also on hand, a fall assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for sale at the lowest market prices.
ALL BUNDS OP RBPAIRISO DONK WITH 2CBATSKSS ASD DI8PATCH.
Orders from the other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
&hop on Kaahumanu St., one door above FUtner's. 6tS0 6m
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
fiftl King Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
l4kL Honolulu. U. L. 674 ly
J. H. WICHE,
ALASKA ST ICT BBLOW THS TBCATRK.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 674 ly
-A. . IOIROJV
IS PREPARED TO UEPAIR
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
060 With promptness and dispatch. ly
GEORGE W. IYORTOIY,
' COOPER AND CAUCER,
r I WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
jr'L -4 Old Stand, on the Esplanade,
obi ly Next above the Custom House.
SAJIUEIi iH. CARTER,
COOPER AND CAUCER.
NEXT DOOR ABOVE L. L. TORBERVS.
' . 662 ly
BOOT AID SHOE MAKER,
nouiv nis tnenoa aiwi th nnhiio
, - j r,l- jtinuewiii
s Machine Shop, where he is prepared to execute all orders in
his line with promptness and In a workmanlike manner. 663 ly
JAS. A. I1IJRDICK,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
Continues the businett
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade.
An won done with care, and orders promptly Attended to.
652 Charges Moderate. ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Mannattarer, laporter aid Dealer In Ftralta
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite E. H. Boyd's
Family Market; Workihop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orderi from other islands promptly attended to. 6S9-1y
HONOLULU AND SAN FRANCISCO.
Carrjing the United States Mails.
ARRIVALS. j EPARTTR!.
Thursday Oct. 14 Wednesday Oct. 20
Monday Nov. ifcl.&iturday Nor. 27
DEPARTt-RSS. I ARRIVALS.
Saturday Oct. 2. Wednesday Nov. 3
Wednesday Nov. 10 j Friday lec. 10
For Freight or Passage, or for further Informa
tion, apply to
CAPTAIN IX. S. FLOYD,
695 tf Or to the Company's Agents.
For Hilo and Ononiea, Hawaii.
'Will run as a Reeular Packet to the above ports. For
Freiehtor Passage apply to
697 6m WALKER A ALLEN, A tents.
For Hilo and Kaupaknca, Hawaii.
'Will run as a Retrular Packet to the above ports, touch
hing at LAliAIN A. For Freight or Passage apply to
697 6m WALK EH A ALLEN, Agent.
FOR I1IEO AIVD KOIIAEA.
THE FAST-SA1LINQ CLIPPER SCHOONER
XV. II. Bnbcock, Com,,
Will run to Hilo, touching at Honoipu.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain, or to
686 6m C. N. SPENCER A CO., Agents.
FOR KONA AND KAU.
Capt. J. Whitford,
Will run regularly on the above route.
For Freight or Psssage apply to the Captain, or to
6Sd 6m CHAS. N. 6PENCER A CO., Agents.
Capt. Joe Weal,
Tf"tU run regularly io ports on Kona, touching ai
Kohala on her return.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
686 6m CHAS. N. SPENCER A CO., A genu.
CLIPPER SCHOONER LILIU
WiU run regularly to 3I0L0KAL
For freight or passage apply to the Captain, or to
686 6m CHA8. N. SPENCER A CO.
LAHAINA AND MAKEE' S LANDING.
THE FAVORITE CLIPPER SCHOONER
W M A R V V. T. T. FT TI .
E. D. CRANE MASTER.
Wm run regularly between Honolulu and the above
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
685 6m O. BREWER A CO.
STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
OF ANY DESCRIPTION ?
GEO. O. SIDER'S,
N. 28 Naaaaa Street,
And you will have an opportunity of obtaining just the article
at the LOWEST MARKET RATES. Particular attention
SHIP WORK AXD PIXHBIXC,
Thankful to the Citiaena of Ilonottiln m.nA tK. T.l.n.l.
ally, for their liberal patronage in the past, I hope by strict at
tention to Dusioew to men' tne same ror the rature.
TT Order from, the other Mande wiU he carefully at
tended to. . 097 am
HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPANY1
TJ A K 12 ALL KIN D S O F
Machinery, Sugar Kills, Steam Enginci
Also, Boilers, Coolers and Sheet Iron Work, and all kinds o;
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS. "
A Urge stock of Piping, Elbows, Tees, Btass Tahres an
Cocks, Sheet Iron, Boiler Plate, Bar Iron, Centrifugal Wire
India Bobber Packing, and every description of )MrMr
always on band.
A Great Variety of Mar hiaery oa hand it far SaJe Lw
684 ly HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Bells, Bells, Hells !
E. O. HALL & SON
VmriLL RECEIVE BY THE MAGNET
v w an ABBorunent or ; - .
MENEELY'S CELEBRATED BELLS;
Suitable for Churches, Schools and Plantations,
Ranging from 19 to 209 lbs. with Wheel and Standards eocf
Carts aod Wagons.
tJEAVY HOUSE CARTS.
Medium Horse Carts,
light Carta, far horses or mules, of strong make, raitsif
for town or plantation work.
Light Ooneord Wagons,
Light Hand Cards,
Heavy Hand Carts,
' Canal Barrows, c
All of the above are for sale low.
98 Sm C. BREWER 4 CO
tKfeSs. IE3 ATT