Newspaper Page Text
IlcmoluJu, Hawaiian Ifeluudt..
Xlatoa of AclvortilHK.
Kvery Saturday Morning.
,tfm I.Iaa SaWrlrliai.tC.OOB tear.
Space measured Id Non
1 m. ! 2 in. ; 3 m. j 0 m.
3.0O for .Six Moalh.
rrl2 SBkTllie.H !
f f ! f 1 $ ! I
1 00! 2 00 S OA 4 HO 0 00
1 641 3 00 4 00 6 00- 8 00
1 00 4 oo e 00 7 IK 10 00
6 Lines (I inch). . . . . .
i Lines (1 inch)
U Line (-J inches).. ..
36 Lines (3 Inches) ...
41 Lines (4 Indies)....
. - I .A .H .w.. .f A
i i l.Q) p-f annum, whien irwriu.'-r. ir.- American annj ua
pit.r"- All iirn foe Kumperia port will be charge. I
' p.Hta i--mal-l at the pot-Sce, which varies from 4 b
I -M an each aingle paper.
j rB';mnv Pavasls Alwits IX Advascb.
jy c.-ommtinicuiofia from all parts of the Pacific will always
-f person r-mdin in any p.rt of the I'nitM 8Ute. can
-) .: tf ' " f 'jh-nptioo da for this paper in Ameri
.s ttm cent poHtage sumps, lea to the dollar.
3 00 6 00 7 60 10 00 14 0(H
4 00 6 DO (! IHJ 10 00 11 on
6 00 10 00 14 00 13 00 30 00
8 00 12 00 Id 00 22 00 25 00
1-2 00 18 00 24 00 SO 00 45 00
18 00 30 00.4& uoia uu iuu uoiiou
Advertiser residing In the Kastern I mted Ptat.-s tan
r their card by enckinp Greenback or I . States ttn
Postage Stump, for such amount as they with to pay.
pay for I
and their cards will be inserted as per abov. table, fcr the time
12 oe s
2 54 i
5 Oe -5u
5 a I
7 w E
7 M J
15 0 P
6 0 f
PLAIN AND FANCY
300K AND JOB PRINTINC.
fr vrSITrNO,Kr.r.XK..- AND ADORED: CARDS printed
osi a Tn'ee Cr I Pre," in the highest style nl the art.
! Commercial Advertiser.
! Heaven Is at the end.
4 Th'Wi art a Chri:ian wherelre dot thoa weep,
j A&d wherefore tremble when thy path ia strep,
I When thorn inipeil, or cloud above thee bend ?
pre on, and fear not heaven ia at the end.
i Art tbou in sickness, worn with rtasek-ss pain,
j T!iy prayer for patience made, it at-ema, in Tain J
J O. stia pray oo ! thy Saviuur doe attend ;
j F.a lan till death, l haven i at the end.
Art thou b.rad of thoe meat dear to thee?
. Cottli'mn?'! in Timona of the night to aee
s The hr.iui3d rm of J areut, child, or friend
j Vet, ofc.uruer, peace tot heaven ia at the end.
Art thou oppr-aaed, or poor, cr Nitrol with grk-r
' Which Hod no natural on t let, no relief?"
' Yet aull thy we-.iry wijr unsr-inril wend,
. ReniemU.-rin: alwaya, heaven ia at the er.J
'"r who woilj inoarn the longest, darkrtt night,
j W Urn tiy U sure t- come, with Hood of light t
Or wb cuupUin of aiuil or ave of loam,
1 TLM lore hiiu awifiiy . hi i-rtiged-fur hoiue T
Tiou art a Lhnstian heaven awaiteth thee !
U-j .ire f the liht of thine eye ahaU aef.
:reut g'.ry U befe thee; o'er th brink
tii iL'' tleirf fuuun th'Mi iihait bcu.i and drink.
i All that (by tar.j io iu boUieat flight
I ll.ifh tulied f-x thee of tiir, or JxjJ, or bright.
I Ali that :ny mi
' aoul hath aouxnt of truth and love.
Vti, owire tii Ail ail, are waiting thee above.
I Ai.ii tli-u at lit wi'k amotig the on of O.hI,
A pure a thy, aince waHhed in JrauV bluod ;
T And thou abalt know iu:b bUr:aiMraa to be
; Thiue ir tkimr mwm to all eternity.
Thn dry thine ryea, sad ChrUtion ; weep no more.
fVe ' thou art Hearing yon delightful abure .'
WiiJ wave are round fhee; but thy heavenly Friend
Will guiOe thee aufe, ami heaven is at the end
i bottom Recorder,
New York Correspondence No. 32.
Ahai'l MvLnon Th f'lhj LnHntUt Asifum False
Jh.'liri.ionnfn! U rlwnm!'i4,.t Styimjs and
doiti'ji if Ut LuH'tt'tCH l'.rsjnil.
IROM OCR OW.V CORRESPONDENT. J
New York, Dec. 1, 13C9.
Surr-undcl on three hides by the rapid-flowing
current of the fist River, the Xew York Lunatic
Ajyluui occupies an isolated fition. It is the
r.ort!.LTiunuKt, as the Smallpox Hospital is the
ttoi K'ut'';I,' of tI,c lunn array of buildings,
-aohaw tvotcd to the city-charities, ujK)n Llack well's
i'ui' lu'1- situation culd be more favorable
lar tUe trvatiaent of tLe unfrtunate patients,
larjK nearly a thou-and in number, that arc gathered
f Uj'll:J'ltal accommodations are de
w.7!f" 'The main building of the aIuin Cfmsista of
'Ddtt an oetan, three stories high, in gray etone, and
from, it r j
f angles, in the shape of an L. A large Fpiral
? Btairtvse, iu the octagon, leads to the entrances
ISO1- r t. , , . .
. 5o j 1 these lateral wing.
'. 5 on There is also a supplementary hospital, for the
. 6u accommodation of the patients w ho can not find
' 5 OS j room, in tie main building, a numerous surplus ;
a OS Ami A niil-lioimf vsritviilil with fl uriiiHm-R.
t iL ......
in w hich violcnf aud (Liurerous caecs are confined.
Ordinary visitors are not allowed admission to
thi building; and even physicians may not visit
it except by special permission from the euper
iateijder.C of the asylum,
t The visitor, as he j Kisses this depot of the de-
4 0i rnented, often hears their ravinjrs. It seems a
50j nuiuan wasp-ue-t, lull ol things and buzzmgs;
" f and one can not avoid the feeling that should he
irritate the hive by throwing a stone at it, a
saddened swaria would issue forth to resent the
; Tluink9, however, to the progress of medical
science, tlie lunatic, however violent he may be,
is no longer regarded as a wild animal, a vicious
lesist, a creature to be chained and subdued,
lientler methols are now in vogue; and the
lightest ret-traints are used, compatible with the
safety of his fellow-sufferers.
The worst cases receive their meals in separate
"tooiiis ; the milder lunatics cat at common tables,
one fur the male and one for the female patients.
j The tight they present is an a flee ting one, and
w .o',es far t,y "I''n the cruel and mistaken notions
j that have lcen eutcrtainel, until lately, about
the character and the treatment of lunatics.
( They eccm, indeei, less like human beings than
like a pack of animals crowding to be fed. The
Mm I fllW'r ln.tinr.tj t' f Id in n ia ..Ik.tifAwl ..1 '.(M'V rn I .
ot I i - " "
I there is a confused strife of the deranged faculties ;
ctttt I and the patients struggle, push, gesticulate, and
scramble like the monkeys at tl e Paris Jar dm
I Jet Planus when feeding, but with seemingly
m les tlian their expression of conscious in:clli-
yT: i iw-. iet.-r9 n.1 u iict'oeuiy IO rCDualU UiCUl
from violence during their meals.
Yet many of the patients are quiet and gener
ally rational ia their demeanor. Some of them
betray n evidence of insatiity, except to the eye
j of an expert during protracted conversations ;
anI it is only upon entering the affected mental
region that the traces of monomania become
evident. Some of thce patients, indeed, are
kirJ'y lees sane than many people we meet in
society and upon the street. No sharp and definite
classification of the insane is possible. Nature
draws no distinct lines between any two of her
domains, tich invades the adjacent boundary.
I The mineral world can not be strictly separated
from the vegetable world, nor this from the
I ax.iinal; light end darkness, and even life and
r- - i Ctx-tix Mend with each other, and there is an in-
' I SLint vhn l .., i ir.T ,,
...... iny janer cuuuiuuus ure etjuuij y
present in the body. This universal prirciple of
cceroppmy in mature is strictly applicable to the
states of eanity and of insanity. Some of our
friends at large are crazier people than many of
me inmates or mad-houses. And the serenest of
ns have, in all probability, some little private
streaks and dashes of dementia.
lut for practical purposes, a definite line must
fce drawn, between those who are to live in the
insane asylum and those who are to live at home.
To do this with uniform accuracy and justice is
one of the most difficult questions of medical
science ; nay, it is not alwayB possible to do it.
ere lie patient always given the benefit of the
I douDt the accusation of false imprisonment in
I lunatic asylums would at least be avoided, though
at the risk of leaving dangerous persons at large.
). . tbf nly difficulty, in this as in other ques-
,0OBt is certainly not one of pure science.
I Charl Keade has thown in one of hia best
PUBLISHED AXI KOITKI) BV
HENRV M. WI1IT.NKY.
noela how, even in a country 6o well-ordered
England, a man may be ehut tin bv fraud in
mad-house. In thla pc.imtrv t,n. tl.ino. ;a
. j "o
more easily done. Suite legislation nnon
i - - o i
subject is generally of the looeett order. A
tificate of insanifv. hv
. Jyb j t..v..,
York, without benefit of habeas cortms, in tlr
nearest lunatic asylc. So great an opportunity
.M aL!. .1 i i t .
Miamuoesnoi iaii, irom time to time, ot beity. E hokkmaXN", M.D.
mwueed. Whoever liaa money and an enemy ; Physltlan and Surgeon,
especially if the latter iu rich and eccentric, ma cUr Merchant and Kaahumana t., near Postoffice. 687 ly
succeed, if he will it, in incarcerating tliat enein
in a mad-houhe. The feeble-minded rich reld
tive, the irriuble father-in-law (a in the rece-J
case of Capt. Richard Sleade of the Unite! Sta
Navy) or any person who has an adroit and j
Ugnant enemy, may be torn from home witljit
benefit of jury, and nhiit up in prison witbat
any definite limit to his ,6entcnce. So jovirful
is a fraudulent certiheate of insanity.
Such unjust incarcerations have repeatcJliap-
pened in this country ; more frequently tla is
generally known, yet far lees frequently thai the
shameful laiity of the law would lead us tex-
1L- iue ueeu u its reiorm is presein.
. a. n-t 1 -. . .
Tlie Rlackwell's Island Lunatie .Asylum has
not, to my knowledge, been accused of unjutly
detainmg the sane within its walls. Yet, if one
were to credit the assertions of many of it pa
tients, such a company of wickedly abiiHet iuf
was never before gathered together. Ilercis t e
who assures you that he has been incarceate in
order to alienate his property. You listan.fith
serious attention and begin to think thai his
estates and his grievances may be real ; hen
suddenly he begins to tell you how he corjealed
his doubljons under the pavement of fcinity
Church, and how he earned them by tranatctions
at the gable end of creation. Here is aiuiaer
man who claims to be the rightful Emp-rr of
Tartary, and shows you certificates from' the
Russian Court and the great seal of Prince Kicn
Lun. Another patient prays you to intercofe in
his behalf with the Prince of the Poer of
Darkncs; and another introduces himself to you
as one of the original fallen angels, who lost their
seats with Lucifer. The most frequent delution
in the asylum is that of believing one's self to
be Christ. About seven per cent, of the patients
claim this title. Some of them plead tearfully
with you for your influence towards effecting
their escape ; and it is imjajwible, after all, to
avoid the suypicion tliat there may be among
these lunatics some persons of mcnml sanity
ti,a T.looJ--- r tle demented are so frequently
logical, etorjUCrit nmf ti.l n.t.,i rMt
superinterul " ,. . . . .. , r
. Bomctimc, to discriminate the plea ot
a sound mind from the entreaty of the proven in
sane. It would be an interesting experiment to
introduce well men, against their will, into cer
tain lunatic asylums, and see whether, and how
soon, they could argue themselves out of confine
ment. The chances arc that with medical testi
mony and the presumption of actual committal
against them, they would not soon regain their
Nearly JC00 patients were treated at this hos
pital last year. Of these 500 were discharged.
The deaths were 140 in number. Only 141 of
the C'JO ratieutn admitted during the year were
born in the United States. 34G came from Ire
land. 150 from Germany, and the rest from many
The supply of work is insufficient for the pa
tients ; they are restricted to gardening, improv
ing the roads of the island, and making and
repairing their garments. The lighting, heating,
and ventilation of the asylum buildings is very
imperfect ; aud the buildings are sadly crowded.
The unfortunate inmates have an occasional
luxury in the way of music, of which they
are very fond, llooley's Minstrels, and other
humanely-disposed musicians, give them occa
sional concerts. But nothing in this neighbor
hood not even the Board of Aldermen needs
reformation more than the City Lunatic Asylum.
Anotlicr islander left New York for Eurojc a
few days ago Mr. J. J. Jarves, the historian
and art-critic. His volume of "Art Thoughts,"
just published, is one ot the most eloquent and
finished contributions to American criticism that
has yet appeared. Calami's.
C. S. BARTOW.
Salrs Room on Q,urru Sirrr t. one door from
6SO Kaahunianu street. ly
E. P. ADAMS. S- O. WILDER.
ADAMS Si WILDER.
Anrtion and Commlssiou Merchants,
FIRE PROOF STORE,
I m Robiaaoii'a) Building, Hue-eia Street.
C II ULAN Si BROTHER.
IUPORTCR4 OF A5D bKALKRS IM
China Goods of all Descriptions, and in all kinds of
Alan, constantly cn bsnd.a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
64 NUUANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Importer and Dealer la Boots Shoes, Fine Clothing,
Famishing Goods, Perfumery, Jtc.
Corner of Fort and Merchant Street,
HoNOLLLU, 11. I.
JOHN THOS. WATERIIOCSE.
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise,
669 Queen Street, Honolulu. ly
"W. I GREEN,
General Commission Agent and Broker,
QUEEN STREET, C8S ly HONOLULU.
c. - spascaa, . macfarlanr
CI1AS. X. SPENCER Si CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
Queen Street. 68S lj Hoaiololai.
J. S. WALK (R. a. O. ALLIR
WALKER Si ALLEN,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
682 HQNOLCLC, II. L. ly
F. A. SCHAEFER At CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
HONOLULU, 630 ly HAW. 18 LAN PS.
Dealer in Wines, Spirits, Ale and Porter.
6d Honolulu. ly
LEAVERS Si DICKSON.
Dealers ia Limber and Building Materials,
6S3 Fort Street. ly
TII. C. IIEUCK,
Cenral Commission Merchant,
Ca8 Fort Strel. ly
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
atlllF J. M. WHITNEY 1. DS.f
rr i Lr
cer - i Officb ovb Db. Hoffmisn's Dkco Store,
:JkER OF KAAHUMASV AXD MERCHANT STS.
. i.,mr-from 9 A. M. till 2 P. n. IX
VM. NEW CO MB.
Offloe corner of Fort and Hotel Street!.
- joil V S. ScGRE W, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
' .YAf?Frt St..
, ",iCs HocKa rom 8 to l A. M., and frutn 3 w & P. M.
A. C. BCJFFUM, M.
Pbysldan and Surgeon,
Qfc and Residence, Aldrich House. Fort street
A. F. Jt'DD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
l:rt ttreet, three doors below Merchant Streets.
" JOHN II. PATY.
j Notary Publie,
Ilotulu, a T. Office at I he Uank of Bishop ft Co.
K . 1 A V I S
Attorney at Law,
0 ia 11 lue Coi.rt of the Kingdom, in both English
L, nm. ,ie fA Court Houe. ly
VJ'V' r vf r I
S. U. DOLE,
Attorney at Law. j
Office, over Richardson' Store, corner Fort and Merchant
Attorney and Conusellor at Law.
Oifice on Queen Street, opposite the Court House, up stairs.
W. C. JONES,
Attorney at Law aud Land Agent.
Will nractire in all the Courts of the Kinedoui. ne
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai, Maui and Hawaii,
and visit either of those Islitnda on
Office in the room lately occupied ly tlit lion. J. W.
Austin, in the PosloiKce JJuildir.g.
C. BREWER Si CO.
Commission and Shipping Merchants,
709 Honolulu. Oaha H. I. 1y
F 1 S C II E R Si ROTH.
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. Honolulu. H. I
McCOLC A N Si. JOHNSON.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. 1.,
671 Opposite Theod. C. Heuck'a ly
II. E. McINTYRE Si BROTHER,
Grocery, Feed Store aud Daktry,
Corner of Kiag and Fort Streets, Honolulu, H. 1. 695 ly
. vnjaLlXJlp YSaWr,
LAUAIN A, MAUI.
Money and K-cruits furnn, toall i ui rvonbk. Term.
M. C. CH ALL AXEL. H. A. BUM IS.
CIIALLAM EL Si CO..
Importers aud Dealers In Wines, Spirits, Ales, ic,
No. 8 NUUANU STREET,
676 Opposite Merchant street, Honolulu, n. I. ly
E. O. HAL.L. Si SOS.
Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Dry Hoods,
Paintt, Oil, and General Merchandise.
700 Corner Fort ami King t-U.
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel and Xuitanu Streets, Honolulu, U. 1.
Retail Establishment on Xanana Street.
669 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
C. L.. RICHARDS Ac CO.,
Ship Chandlers aud Commission Merchants, and
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Keep constantly on hand afull assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of Whalers and Merchant vessels.
675 ly .
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
Agent for the I'aukaa and Amauulu Supar Plantations Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
Iu New Stoue Store, Nuunnu St., below King.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
Commission Merchant and Geoeral Shipping Agent,
680 Honolulu. Oabu. ly
wZ N. LAUD,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics'
Tools, and Agricultural Implements,
686 Fori Street. ly
L. . I. TOR BERT,
Dealer in all kinds or Building Materials,
Paint and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture G la,
Sash, Hlind, Uoort, ifC, 4C.
Officb No. 20 Eplanadk, (671 ly) Oppoitb Court Hocsr
AFONG Si ACHUCK,
Importers. Wholesale and Uetail Dealers in General
Merchandise and Chinese Goods.
Fire-proof Store, Nntmuu Street.
Under the Public Hall. 706 ly
M. S. GRINBAUM St CO..
Importers and Wholesale, Dealers In Fashionable
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich,
702 MakeeU Block, Queen t. ly
11 VM AN Si BROTHERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Clotolng,
HATS, FURNISHING; GOODS,
Ladies' and Genu' Boots and Shoes, Yankee Notions, 4c, &c,
Capt. Snow' Building,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST., (670 ly) HONOLULU.
M. PHILLIPS Si CO..
Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Men's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
iVo. 4 MERCHANT ST., (700 6m) HONOLULU.
ALLEN St CHILLINGWORTII,
Will continue the General Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish
the justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruit as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
Plrowooci on Canci.
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, Island
Prodnce, &.C., and Commission Merchant.
Byron' Bnr, Uilo, S. a..
Will keep constantly on hand ai extensive assortment of every
description of roods required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Island Produce.
XT Money advanced fur Bills of Exchange at reasonable rate.
BOLLES Si CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
Oueen Street, Honolulu.
IIFII8 BT ritXISIIOS TO
Messrs. C. A. Williams & Co. I Messrs. C. Brewer & Co.,
Mean. Castle & Cooke. I Messrs. II . Harkfeld fc Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards it Co. I D. C Waterman. Esq.
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses ailvere4 and adjusted Charts and
nautical isatruments constantly on
636 . tand and for (ale. ly
THE NEWSPAPER KUOKOA,
TobHsbed Weekly In the IlawaiUu Lannasrf.
It has the largest circulation in the eronp, and is rea.1 both
by Hawaiians and Foreigners. Price $2 a year in ad
vance. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free of charge. Office in South
667 corner of tailor's llotne . ly
ED. IIOFFSCIIL.AEGEK Jc CO.,
Importers and I'ouiniison Dlereliants,
Comer of Fort ami Merciiuat SlrertM.
D1LMNGIIA M Si CO.,
IMPORTKK3 AND DEALERS IS
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Good, Paints and Oils,
and General Merthaadise,
No. 95 KllVG STREET, HONOLULU.
BROWN Si. CO..
Importers & Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Spirits, kt.
700 MERC H Ay T ST., HONOLULU. 6m
C. WATERMAN & CO., '
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnishinsr of funds, purchase and ante of ExchanKe.Oil,
Bone. General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freijht
Messrs. Isaac Holland, Jr. A Co., New Bedford
W. O. E. Popk, Esq., tlo.
J. C. Mkrkill & Co , Sun Francisco
T II EO. H . D A V I ES .
Late. Junion, Green if Co.)
Importer and Commission Merchant,
LLOYDS' c THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHER ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH if FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof Buildings, Khuraanu aud Queen Streets
8AM L S. CA3TLR. J. B. ATHKRTOS. A. 8. COOKB.
CASTLE Si COOKE.
Importers and Geueral Merchants,
Kins atret't. oppoaite the Sraiueu's Chapel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler A Wilson's Sewini? Machines,
The New Enirland Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kohala feu-ar Company, Huwnii.
The Haiku Suur Company, Maui
The Hawaiian Suur Mills, Maui.
The W aiahia Sii-mi Plantation, Oaiu.
The Luinahai KU:e Plaumiun, Kaoai 663 ly
BISHOP Si CO., BanLtrm
OfTlcf, In the east corner of Makee's Block,
Kaahunianu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchans"? on
The Bask of California. - San Francisco
Messrs Grisnkll, l inturs &c Co New i'ork.
" Lkks if Wai.lkm, - New York,
Trkmont National Bank, - - Boston.
Oriental Bank Corporation. - London.
Messrs. Marccaro, Andkg & Co. Paris.
Agents Pacific Insurascb Co. and Manhattan Lifr Inscr-
Will receive depoBlts.dlscount flrsc!ass bustnesspaper, and
attend to ooSlectinu.etc. Gas ly
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT Bremen Bonrl of Underwriter.
A pent Drendeu Uoitrd of Underwriter,
Alteni Vieuuu Boitrd of Underwriter.
TMIR UNDERSIGNED, "Il.tVING BEEN
Appointed Agents of the al.vo Couipany.are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Prick Buildings,
nd on Merchandise stored therein, on most lavorable terms.
For particulars apply at the otlice f
F. A. SCnAEFKR 4 CO.
Honolulu, May 4.1SC3. 691 ly
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
ffMIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
JL Boston Board of Uudt-rwritvrs, not if v M:ititeis of esiels
and others that all bills for Repairs on Vessels, and all bills
for General Aver.ige purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not be allowed.
694 ly C. BllEWEK & CO., Agents.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ot f-iti il Irttiiolsoo.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed agents for the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT nnd TREASURE.
69ft ly WALK Kit & ALLEN.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
(LI MIT KB,)
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATES. The clauses iu the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous 11IEU. 11. DAVIES,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire and Life Polities
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims for Losses settled with rouiptitud".
702-ly T1IED. 11. DAVIES, Agent.
I M PERI A L
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(EMtnbliMhed A. D. 1 803.)
CASH CAPITAL. 8.000,0001
flMlK UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. Appointed Agents of the above Company for the Hawai
Are Prepared to Itisnre Against Fire
On Brick. Etone and Wooden Buildings, Merchandise, Furni
ture, &c, on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply
at the office of (691 ly) WALKER ALLEN.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
CA PITA L 2.000.000
Accumulated aitd luvcated Fnud, 2,838,118
rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP-
1 POINTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken iu any part of the Islands on Wooden Buildings,
And Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, Timber, Cools, Ships in harbor with or ..bout cargoes or
under repair. J670 ly ED. U JFFdCULAEGKR & CO
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OIT" IVISW YORK.
CASH ASSETS, OVER $36,000,000!
Cash Dividends iu 18G8,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
ia the World.
Premiums May he Paid Seml-Annnally er Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
699 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
I CAN NOW SCPPLY ALL APPLICANTS
for A PPLETON'S JOURNAL, all the datea, from Not 1
to 27, having been received. Term 5 a. yer
686 H. M. WHITNET.
All the Late Books!
IN BE FOUND AT THE BOOK-STOR1
For Sale Cheap. 6S9 lm) H. M. WUIfNEY.
JANUARY 29. 1S70.
wjj MERCHANT TAILOR,
1 HOTEL STREET, fCA
'ff 712 ly Opposite C. K. Williams. XJL
DUNCAN fc CKOCKETT,
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. 709 ly
I.AKPEIt & C11AYTER,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Shop on the Esplanade, near the Cus
SyV-83 Where thev are prepared to execute all orders
iu their line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner.
Horseshoeing done with neatness and dispatch. 711-ly
JOHS NOTT. SAH'I- KOTT.
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
OPiPI2lt AI1 TIIVS.UITIIS.
riVIKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
JL the public that they are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Copper Work, consisting in part of stills, sraiKic pans, sor
GftL'M pans, worms, pcmps, etc., etc.
Also on hand, a full assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for sale at the lowest market prices.
ALL KINDS OF EKP AllUSd DON'S WITH N'RATNKSS AND DiliPATCH.
Orders from the other Inlands will meet with prompt attention.
Shop on Kaithucnuiu St., one door above Flituer's. 710 Cm
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
TO Kins Street, Honolulu.
CgtppKJt. REPAIRING DONE WITH CAREcKL,
JND NEATNESS. &?&
Particular attention given to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
rr Orders from the other Islands promptly executed.
F. H. & C. SECELKEN,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
A a nan a Street, bet. merchant and Qneen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY t BAu
Stoes, Lead Pile, Galv. Iron Piie, Plain and Hose
Biblis, stop Cocks, India Rubber ll.se best 3-ily in
l....irtl.a ..f 1h and 50 feet, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. AK a very large stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the cit iiens of Honolulu, a'. d the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by sjnet
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
,T7- Orders from the other Islands will be carefully atten.led
to. 690 ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
C a O P li R A IT D i A U E R,
At the Old Stand,
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A lar'e Stock of OIL SIIOOKS and all Rinds of Coop
" erinsc Muterinl constantly on hand.
..fcit".. . lie hopes by attention to business to merit a con
tZivl tinuance of the patronage which h has hitherto en
Jgfjoyed, and for which be now returns bis thanks.
" PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
v ,: -r t :'. ar.-i
Si''- '1 kin.'. )' ih;ii
jy Chains ,y 'm ?
ires: ?. -
: ., h-e coiijtimrs -. tie rr,;iow?:i.
A ! 'o. r: !:,' piid t-i-'--, c tic.
J AMI'S?- A. t :j.":'
Si.-tr ;! :
if I. T. IOIV.EI.I,
importer and manckactcher op
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
XT Old Furniture repaired and Mittrasses of all de
scriptions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at 8 Gaud 88 Kiagalreet.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
Near th6 Drug Store of J. Mott Smith lr Co.
E. O. ADDER IjfejY,
SADDLE 6c HARNESS MAKER,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolulu.
XT Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to pi omptly. 690 ly
Boot and Shoe Maker and Dealer in Leather and
Hotel Street, bet. Xuunnn and Mannalctn Sis.
it KT Order, from the country solicited and promptly
a' attemled toon the mogt reasonable terms. 690 ly
DALTON 6c BLAUVELT,
Saddle and Harness ITIalaers,
ATJVC STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming in all its1
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 681 ly
J. ifl. OAT & SOX,
XT Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all work turned
out from our Loft. 60i ly
X BEIV Hi UTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
King Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
Honolulu. II. I. 674 ly
J. H. WICKE,
A LAKE A BTRBKT BliLOW THK TUEATR.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 674 ly
13 PREPARED TO REPAIR
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
666 With promptness and dispatch. ly
GEO KG E W. IVORTOIV,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
At the Old Stand, on tlte Esplanade,
662 ly Next above the Custom House.
S A fill EE ill. CARTER.
COOPER AND CAUCER,
W.f NEXT DOOR ABOVE
L. L. TORBERT'S.
Vyr'..i 662 ly
BOOT AID SHOE: MAKER,
rill to notify n friends and the public
r I if generally that be hss taken the Stand KSSfci
on Fort Street, recently occupied by Mr. Andrewa as
a Machine Shop, where he is prepared to execute all orders ia
his line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner. 663 y
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer la Firnitare
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, oppoaite E. H. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from aiher island promptly attended to. 689 ly
c SIXDOLURSPER AXM'M.
VOL.. XIV. No. 31. WHOLE No. 71 1.
OPEN TO ALL, EVERY DAI
I2r Hours from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M.,
Up.ataim. iu the Sailor' Home.
The last Friday evening of each month reserved for the meet-
Dgs of the Y. M. C. A. ptfo l
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
TMIE BICST ASSOItTJlb.M 1."
can be found at
II. J. CIIASE'H,
IN FORT STREET.
SHAKER HERBS OF VARIOUS KINDS,
670 Such as are used in domestic practice. ly
Corner ol Queen aud Richards Street.
Ladies', Gents' and Ships' Washing Done,
At Reduced Rate.
XT 'Wagon io attendance.
B. II. LYON, Proprietor.
v HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK
and taken the Stand, VV
No, 44 (lower door) Fort St., i
Lately occupied by Mr. THOMAS TANNATT as a
LOCK, U. AM) CEAEUAIi UKlMiu miok,
Will carry on the Business as heretofore, and will Repair all
ktods of Light Machiuery and Metal Work of every deavripUmil
PUMPS, &C, PUT IN GOOD ORDER.
ALSO, ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Gnns, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, Etc, Etc.
f&f Centrifugal Wire Cloth Cut to Order. "ft-X.
COLK AGKNT IN THIS KINGDOM FOR
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
Corner Hotel and Fort Sts.,
BY HUGHES & DUNNE.
ii a vim: LATELY RENOVATED
iif .'Tand refurnished the alove well known place of enter
"ifr ? talnment, the lroprietor8 resectfully inform the
p,,hiir ht thev have on hand and will keep nothing
but the best of Liquors, Ales. Wines, &c, &c, at their Bar.
1058. JOS. W. Klftft, 1869.
ARTIST IU PHOTOGRAPHY,
Oi rr the Advertiser Office,
Next door to the Pot Office, has opei.ed his Gsllery for Photo
graphs, Cartes de Visite, Ambrotypes, Melaino
types, AiC, tic.
678 SntUfnetion Warranted or no Pny. ly
1- , JTi" yri- O'tDER.Ol"
the.iy. Having Cui.i..-u. I r. . -v-iixlit. nod -t:1-cis
ot; -r Pi.pri ven.ects, I ;o now to lie al io to suit th
m . '-,til:..u., .'.!
C'a. JPIlOtOSX'O.ljll,- .. . ,
i'f yi:.e. r'i e,,,i :, Ci v;' 1 1. 1 a M-fim t d en it.
V,C :,' t if'J:
And on most reasonable terms. ALSO, for sale Views of the
Idlands, Portraits of the Kings, Que ns. and other Notables, &c.
689 ly H. L. CHASE, Fort Street.
NO. 38 FORT STREET.
JAPANESE WARE, INCLUDING LAX
TERNS, BLMITIFI L STRAW WORKED BOXES,
Scarf Rings, Statuary,
Porcelain Ware, Embroidery,
fcronae and Silver Ruckle,
Studs, Inlaid Cabinets, Fishing Canes,
Bamboo Chains, Charms, Curios, tc, ke.
Also, a Complete Assortment of India Rubber Goods.
700 ly MRS. McDOUGALL. 38 Fort St.
.Of the Imperial Farm, Rambouiilet,)
Xnoanu street, above Mr. Tlios. Foster's.
ALL BUSINESS IN HIS LINE AS
VETERINARY SURGEON, promptly attended
to. Particular attention paid to all disease of
aows auu now. iarnnnr pajni. m
r , . t . a .
XT All irders left with Mr. BERTRAND, Uarler,
No. 40 Hotel street, or at Mr. KELLY'S blablca,'
Fort street, will be attended to 699
Life Insurance Company.
EDWIN W. IIRVANT
WOODBRIDOK S. OLMSTKAD.
LUCIAN 8. WILCOX
ORGANIZED I 1816. CHARTER PERPETUAL.
A PURELY rvIUTIJAL COMPANY!
Numbering over GO Mtnbrm.
Assets Jnne 1, 1869, over $25,000,000!
Surplus, over $7,000,000.
Total Claims by Death, paid to date,) Over
Total Dividends, (aid to dale,) Ocer $8,000,000.
Current Dividend from Forty to Seventy per
Current Income, over $10,000,000 per Annum.
Its Income from Interest alone More titan Payt its
Claims by Death.
There being no stockholders its Surplus belongs exe'uaively
to the members, and is equitably divided among them ia
ANN CAL DIVIDES 1)9, which may be applied io reduction
of premiums, or may be accumulated at interest for the benefit
ol the Assured, or may be received by them in Cash.
Paid-up Policies are granted after two or more years Pre
miums have been paid, thus practically making
AH Policies Non-Forfeiting.
It issues Policies upon all desirable plans of Insurance, and
ha adopted in its working aeveral SPECIAL FEATURES,
original with this Company and offered by no other.
LAST TEAR'S PROSPEROUS BISIVHSS.
11,060 Policies Issued, insuring about $39,000,000 00
Income received and accrued. 0,064,069 8
During its last fiscal year this Company paid la dividends to
the living and on the policies of its deceased memliert, Twu
Milliona Two Hundred and Forty-Five Tbouasnd Two Hundred
and Fifty-Two Dollar, and at the woe time added more than
Five Millions Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars to its
XT The whole record of thia Company baa been one of prudent
management and prosperous advancement. Among the older
and Leading Life Insurance Companies its average ratio of
expenses to income has, through its entire history , been the
lowest of any.
Further iu(oru.ation conoerniDg this okl and reliable Com
pany given by
HENRY M. WHITNEY,
Agent for the Hawaiian Island.
Honolulu. October, 1869. ettt tf
SUCH AS ARE USED
Fancy Card Frames, for tale by
700 2m H. M. WHITNEY.
XT Business Cards, when prepaid for a year, a-e allowed
a discount from these rates, which are for Unei.t advertise
meiits when paid or charged quarterly.
J4vTEW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coining iu. For Sale by
710 6m C BRKWEK A Co., agents.
Sugar and Moiusset C'ro 1H70,
nOMIXU IN. FOR SALE IN 1UANTI
TI k.S to suit iiuioliasers, by
WALKKK k ALLEN, Agent.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins.
CONSTANTLY ON II AND AND FORSAL.E,
from the well-known
WAI.UK A TANNERY C. NOTI.EV.
By (CCD ly) A. P. CLKOHORN, Agent.
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
R EG 17 LA R SUPPLY FROM THE CKLE
11 RAT Ell
W AI ME A TANNERY,
For sale at the lowest market rales by
6W jy A. K. CLK0I10RN, Agent.
UILO, H I
Sugar and Molasses.
C1ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to auit purchaser, by .,,..,
695 am WALKER jLLLjtit
II. Cornwell, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
IT-ROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
695 yU tC "" tUrCU"Ur"0Eu'.'"c.U,McLF.AN, Agent.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
Sugar and Molae Crop 18TO,J
rlO MING IN. FOR SALE IN U.UAXTI
J TI IV SI In Bll'lt .liri'ltM.atJ'ra. bv
KINO STREET, HONOLULU.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. IIOYD.
Cholceat Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetable
4c, furnished to order.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
E. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIUmTxD NAVY BREAD,
alwaya on baud anJ made to older.
Also, Water, Soda and Butter Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKEri. Ac.
;?T T2" " 5 ItVIlAKKD on i-'. r"" notlr.
FAMILY UREAL, n. ' fcf th lWt Flo-" '-sV-d r"y mr.J
. -it .ur . (i. i'.ii'f'i' '.' ; '
t; i. t;
Slanufartui-rr Dealers 1 all f Soap.
YT l l. Mutton hdiI loa. THoC wwtit. ,1. CD 8 ly
HONOLULU S0AF WORKS.
Ill' RAWLINS A MITCHELL.
TiHE PROPRIETORS OF THE ABOVE
Worhs are prepared to supply Ms customers, and tb pub.
lie in general, with the at quality V KI.LOW fcOA I'
SOFT SOAP alwaya oit baa.
TH '. VAST PRICM PAID FOR ftoAP GRBAMK. 701 ly
Blank Legal Forms.
riKIK UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND
and wilt hereafter keep for sale, Blank Forms, such aa ar
used in the Leaae, Kale or Purchase of Real Folate, Mercantile
Transactions, c., kc. Among them may be found the billow
CHARTER PARTY, for the Chartering of Veawils,
POWER OF ATTORNEY". Thro or four different forme
of special and general Powers of Attorney,
CUSTOM HOUSE POWER OF ATTORNEY,
CO-PARTNERSHIP, for Mercantile, Manufacturing or Agrl
LKAbK of House or Land,
BILL OF SALE, of Registered Vessel,
BILL OF BALK, of Personal Property,
MORTGAGE, of Real Etate,
CHATTEL M0KTU A0E, of Furniture or Personal Property.
SPECIAL CO-PARTNERBI1IP, t
LEASE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY,
INDENTURE OF APPRENTICESHIP,
DEED OF REAL EteTATE,
LABOR CONTRACT, between Master and fkrvaut, three
CONSULAR INVOICE and CcrtiQcaU1, for purchaser and
8 HIP'S MANIFESTS. Bill of Lading, Ac. ke.
XT These blanks are printed on the finest document paper
And in th. latest style. Orders froin the other Is anda iruuiptly
Priee per Single Copy, 25 tu. or i per Dor.
For sale by (640 6m) II. M. WHITNEY.
Wliitucy'tt ISooIt Store I
Consisting tn part of
ASSORTED SIZED COPYING PRESSES
Assorted sited Cash Boxes, Bill H-ad Boxes,
Bill Hooka, Pen Rack.
Slate Pencils, L?ad Pencils,
ckhuol Blatea, bnrap Books,
Herbariums, Twin. Box.,
Mottled Twine, Tooth picks
Superior Plain Cap Paper,
Superior ruled cap paper,
Superior plain letter paper.
Superior ruled letter paper,
Assorted note paper, BUI biad papr
s wiling paus.
Sett Chess men.
Checker and dice,
Osborne' colors ,
Assorted sited blotting pad.
Gutta prcha pen bolder,
Washington Medallion pens,
Fairchiid's superior gild pen,
Irory paper bolder.
Fancy paper holders,
Wstonliolm' Penknives, Charlton's niuollage,
Gutta percliA band, Lane' ruler.
David' black, blue and carmine ink. Maynird it Noy' ink.
Arnold' ink, aaaorted iae.
Assorted ink stands, Assorted pen clesoer
Photographic Album, lYopeiler pencils,
Pencil leads, Crayons. '
A fine assortment of BlarJc Books,
Cluilce assortment of Eitvelojes,
Exctiange Books, Receipt Books,
,r Mann's parchmerd Letter Books,
Cap and Letter Clips and llles.
Letter and Card Wallets.
Memoranda Books, Pass Bool s.
Camel' hair copying brushes, Composition card firaiae,
V. S. Postage stamp. Letter scales,
e , Ac., Ac. Ac.