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PLAIN AND FANCY
13 PUBLISHED "
Every Saturday Morning.
Clir asrllUaf,6.00 Year
Z.iO for Six Mealae.
rreia SabecriBlioaa. 18 I alO a Year.
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I BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
tT VISITIXO, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARPS printed
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Tke fisoo ot a fleet
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Ail U4a tbe winter ailence,
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Tb raa the aixht I aaar.
lam Russell Ltwelt.
European Correspondence. , .
Florence, Oct. 21, 13G9.
Florence, tbe citj of aunsbine and smiles, baa
poured upun ub tbe greatest deluge of modern
times. Ic has rained incetaantly for four days,
and the Satchels will not be comforted. We
tand at our elevated windows and gaze upon a
Ceet of green umbrellas navigating the streets.
I am bound to believe that this is s charming
citj, because Baldeka savs so; and to dispute
him is to be an out-and-out idiot. We flee from
city to citj, village to village, and still that
literary eye-aore protrudes from every man's
pocket. Murray Bradshaw, being ponderous,
generally are girt about with a strap. Half of
vb lore of Europe emanates from Coblentz A
The tlx Satchels have bid a last adieu to Como
that lake f lakes. Shouldering our arms we
sauntered down to the wharf one day, and sailed j
lavay buta. beautiful Be la gg is. We always go in
couple, and at a distance, so that the public
may not think we are one party. We went by
-ri boat to Como town, and thence by cars to Milan.
When we make an exit from a train, and rally
mmJ round an omnibus, all tbe previous occupants get
oat, and we 11 tbe vehicle most comfortably.
Mi3S Satchel says people say, Ob ! the Satchels
are going to that bocel I guess we won't go I
there'll be no room. Milan, however, held
us, and hundreds of others. It is a beautiful
city f r Europe. The main street, Victor
Emanuel," is quite a Broadway. Tbe shops
Rare all open and everybody promenades. The
T !int thing on a Milan programme is to see the
Vi&edral. This magnificent structure merits all
fam. My only disappointment was in the
-Jtfvaalting, which is not carved but fresco. Tbe
3ST deception would be perfect were it not disclosed,
land in places detroyed, by the weather. ' Miss
)vnf atctel and I climbed to the top (300 feet or
ij. Snore) and bal no view. But from that tower
If' all tbe kinglims of tbe world " are to be seen.
,'Ve knew that a mist generally covers tbe land
Wpe, bat we hoped to see the Cape of Good
) lope, and the first load of Chinese, starting for
jaerica. The fragmentary news we get from
'ie United States is quite amusing. In Belaggis
e cuniiidereu reeives well posted after reading
e Londin Times.
Milan has its eountless churches and its picture
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ruicri.Hj; among tne latter a most interesting
i-IIectfon of drawings bv the masters. One feels
a much nearer an artist after seeing his scraps
t paper, which reveal a thousand ideas and the
ingest combinations. Milan possesses a per
t gem in Carlo Dolci's Madonna with the
afant Jesus and Joseph. It is one of the few
"jfacea that stand before one at memory's bidding.
SIa few such paintings and marbles I have seen
at of the thousands we walk by every day
i or Jinan yon can read to your heart's con.
fat, so let ns pass on to Venice. We bare
sited no city which 1 left more willingly. It is
ae City of Song," but a very dirty, disagree-
te one. Cologne " is nowhere " in com pari
a, as to the matter of smells. All the filth of
city is dumped into the nearest canal, and
ere it rocks on a gentle tide for days. Venetian
aiteeare speaks for itself. Would that we
Id mora SarV 'Riiilrfinfiw anA V V-L
C3 .v. icw xura
lenaies of Desicn. The fashionablA wl r
assembles at night on tbe Piazza of San
are rV. i-i. j . .
I f " wound-! by tbe beautiful Dncal Palace,
' r 'k, Prccuratie Vecchie, Procnratie Nqove
ietJr1 Atri3 Tho 10084 tempting picture ealleriea
jewelry stores add to the gay face tbe Piazza
Hrs at night. On one side a series of ef
?pce the traveler. One of our nart-7 o-rl.
eiaat is a man's life worth if be hasn't
" p the Colsssenm by moonlight, and eaten at
rian tZ " This card has a continental reputa
f K so we tried It. Patriotism the most pmre it
tave keen that drovo the ladies of Vnie
at ty from sach coffee, bread and butter, though
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Sr ff Qaodreds of drains dmn int r
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Tt h DJ eommana ot the city
j j Unties. It is wonderful that they are always
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ooe moonlight ride through all tbe dark, dismal,
little canals, which was really exciting. The
gondolas are all black, and suggest funeral cere
monies. Tbe rapidity with which they are rowed
and tbe skillful manner of turning a corner are
wonderful. The gondolier has two cries which
he perpetrate just before turning a corner. One j
sounds very mucb like sty-e tue otner is neyona
the power of the alphabet In my hands. They
are stalled Premi and Stali ; and Ruskin
tells, in Tbe Stones of Venice," what they
Venice abounds in palaces whose fronts are on
j tbe canals, but there is not a houte in Venice
which cannot be walked to. The streets are
more intricate than tnose ol our own uear xo
ton, and 1 should as soon think of trying the
Chinese language as trying to find my way
through these lanes. Mr. Satchel was gone from
us one day, an unaccountable length of time.
At last be came back with a forced expression of
serenity, and we found be had been lost among
these narrow streets, (jetting lost in Europe is
a very small afdir, however, for one can get
home in a fiacre at any time for 80 centimes.
One can ride all day lor less than SO cents an
Nothing is more amusing to us than the people
traveling who speak no language but the EjiglWi.
John Bull, in hL own inimitable swell, came into
Flqrian's one evening with a phalanx of ladies,
and went through various gestures and ejacula
tions to get Lis coCbe, ic. Finally be plead
" bring me your English-speaking waiter ! "
Alas! there was none, and we left him in ex
quisite misery. A baud plays three evening9 in
the week in St. Mark Piazza. Consul Satchel
sent a card to tbe leader requesting the American
national air, which seemed to amuse the. fat,
plumed gentleman very much. He snid he would
speak to Consul Satchel shortly, but when he left
his Btand no Consul was to be found, and Yankee
Doodle remained unheard. There is one hotel iu
Venice to which it would be well for all fastidious
people to go. The following is its advertisement
in the guide book : Hotel kept by Mr. B.,
who speaks English, and is clean and comforta
ble in every respect." Master Satchel cannot
see how a clean and comfortable landlord adds to
tbe comfort of a traveler. ' In one of our cata
logues of painting we read Paradise much
We met in Milan two very pleasant young
men from the United States. Strolling through
Paris one day they encountered an unubual crowd,
and concluded to investigate tbe affair. Enter
ing a church they were informed that it was a
fint-class funeral." Paris it seems has a most
scientific method of disposing of its dead. One
man buries all Paris, and bis funerals are divided
into four classes. The fourth class coats but ten
dollars, which is not required at time of 6aid
Every class has its number of carriages
and perhaps hired mourners like the Hawaiian
Islanders. Such a ejetem has its advantages,
although it wears an aspect of absurdity in its
. In Venice is a rare collection of paintings,
chief of which is Titian's Assumption. The
galleries are filled with artists copying the most
celebrated works, and they offer very tempting
little duplicates for sale. Still, not a copy nave
I seen that satisfied one after having seen tbe
Carlo Dolci's beautiful Madonna, so well known
to us in America, is here, but the expression of
the face is a thousand times more perfect and
beautiful than tliat of any copy. There is, or
was, at Schaus in New York, a beautifully finished
picture of the same which surpasses all the copies
I bave found anywhere else.
Victor Emanuel resides here, and opens his
palace grounds to the public twice a week. In
the palace is a large collection of paintings to be
seen daily. The papers grew quite uneasy a few
days since over the King's riding in a third
class car to avoid observation.
In a pouring rain storm we visited Mr. Powers
studio, and it is one of tbe most pleasant Euro
pean memories we carry with us. He is an ex
ceedingly pleasant man, and spares no pains to
make visitors at home in his domicile. He has
many beautiful works, is just completing a three
years work Eve after the Fall. In Mr. Ball's
studio we had the good foitune to see his new
work Eve before the Fall. It is a wonder of
beauty. Tbe attitude is one of perfect grace,
As it goes to America in a few days its fame will
be widely known to ' the art world. In Florence
sleep Theodore Parker and Mrs. Browning, whoso
tombs in the Suisse cemetery speak; with much
feeling to American travelers.
Two or three weeks in any of these Italian
cities seem like tbe smallest bite of the apple.
We bave packed off Consul Satchel to bis poet in
the sunny south, and are now reduced toour
original number. From German studies we pre
cipitated ourselves into French, and now labor
with half a dozen different dialects. Pantomime
is indispensable io a traveler. We find it very
convenient in our lodgings. Our landlord a
very corpulent, amiable man makes continual
use of it and with great success. He bas learned
to say good morning," and with a triumph
and smile greets us with it at all hours of the
day, long after dark. We pay 11 francs for our
beds, including service, 70 centimes for breakfast,
about 2 francs for a dinner, so that 5 francs 94
cents in eo Id cover the daily expenses. Rent
ing rooms and taking meals ont is much the most
economical way of living, and mucb the most
convenient. We rush to Rome for rooms before
tbe great council of next month, when priests
will be as many as the sands on the seashore.
Saixtje Satchel, Spinster.
MO. ZS FORT STREET.
JAPANESE WARE, INCLUDING TRAN
, BEaCTIFIX gTRlW WORKED BOXTS,
Crystal Jewelry, . - .
ticarf BAQfa, pXaroary,
" " Porcelaia Ware, Embroidery.
aua surer Bocxle,
StucLt, Inlaid Cabinets, Fiihirg Canet,
Baa bo Cbafaia, Charms, Carios( Ac Ae. , j
Also, a Complete Assortment of India EuHer Goods.
W lr MRS. MeDOrOALL, 38 For St. "
USee corner of yort aod Hotel Street!. 871 If
J. M. W II IT .VET. D. D. S
Ornca oraa Da. HorrjiAB!'a Daco Stobk,
COR. ICR OF KAAHUMAXU A.VO MERCHANT STS.
ftV4 Of&ea boon from 9 a. x. tiU 2 P. x. ly
E. HOFFMANN. M.D.
Physician and Snrgeon,
Canter Merchant mini Kaabamana it-, mar Poatofficc. 637 ly
JOHN S. HrCaCW, M. I)..
Physician and Snrgton.
Office la U. L. Chaae'a bajldioff. Fort Street.
RasiDUICa Chaplain St., betwttn Muuanu and Fort Sts.
Omcs Hocai From 8 to 10 A. 11., aud from a to a P. M.
A. C. BLKPIM, M O..
Physieian and Sargeun,
Office and Realdeoce, A Id rich House, Port street
Attorney and tonusellsr at Law.
Oifice on (Jaeeo Street, opposite the Court House, up stairs.
Attorney and Coonellor at Law,
Fort street, three dor below Merchant Streets. 102 ly
Attorney at Law, '
Wilt Practice in all the Courts of the Kinttdom, fa both English
sua Hawaiian uwguaKea. j
3 Qficr on Qoerit Street, oppotitt the Court House. 1
S. B. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
QJfie over Rickardion'M Store, corner Fort and Merchant
' 717 afreets, Honolulu. ly
W. C. JONES, ;
Attorney at Lair and Land Agent.
Will practice in all tl.e Courts of the Kingdom. Be will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai. Maui and Hawaii, '
and visit either of tboae Islands on
ew Office near the Court House. ' 1
CIIULAN A; BROTHER.
IMPOBTBBa OP A9IO BeaLKa.4 191
Chlaa Goods of all Descriptions, and in all kinds of
' Dry Goods,
Also, constantly on band, a superior quality of Hawaiian, Rice.
044 li UU ATI U STREET, IIONOLVLU. ly
THE NEWSPAPER Kl'OKOA,
Pabllshed Weekly la the Hawaiian Langnage.
It baa the Urgest circulation in the group, aDd is read both
by Hawaiian and Foreigners. Price $2 a year in ad
vance. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free of charge. Office over Post Office.
cTbREH'ER k CO.
Commission and Shipping Merchants,
700 Hooololsi. OnhM H. I. ly
E. O. UALL fc SON,
Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Dry Goods,
Points, Oils, and General Merchandise.
700 - . Corner fort and King ta. ly
JOHN TIIOS. WATER HO USE.
Importer and Dealer la General Merchandise,
669 Queen Street, Honolulu. - ly
s. a. WALJtia. s. o. alleh
WALKER Si. ALLEN,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
688 HONOLULU, H. I. ly
F. A. SCHAEFER Si. CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
HONOLULU, . 680 ly HAW. ISLANDS.
Dealer In Wines, Spirits, Ale and Porter.
696 Honolulu. ' ly
BROWN St CO..
Iriters Jt Wholesale Dealers In Wines, Spirits, lie.
700 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. Cm
LBWERS Ai DICKSON.
Dealers In Lumber and Building Materials,
686 Fort Street. ly
Til. C. IIEUCK,
General Commission Merchant,
ess Fort Street. ly
FISCHER Sc. ROTH,
Fort Street, opposite Odd rellow'a Hall. Honolulu, H. I.
MeCOLGAN St JOHNSON,
FOJtT STREET, HONOLULU, B.
671 Opposite Theod. C. Heack's. ly
H. E. McINTIf RE St BROTHER. .
Grocery, Feed Store and Bakery,
Comer of King and Fort Streets, Honolulu, II. I. 695 ly
W. L. GREEN,
. General Commission Agent aud Broker,
QUEEN STREET, 688 ly HONOLULU.
ALEX. Jm CART WRIGHT.
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent,
SSS Honolulu. Oahu. ly
L. L. TORBERT
Dealer la all kinds of Building Materials,
Paint and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Glass,
Sash, Blinds, Doors, ire, trc.
Orrica No. 20 EarLAKAPa, (671 ly) Op roarta Cocbt nocsa
- D. N. FLITNER, . , 7
Continue his old business in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and Stan
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to tha
meridian ef Honolulu. Particular attention given to
fin watch repairing. . Sextant and qaadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Chart and
nauucai instruments constantly on
nana ana lor sale. ly
THEO. 11. DA VIES,
(.Late Ja-tion, Green Ce.)
Importer and Commission Merchant,
LLOTDS lr THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANT,and
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
fire Proof Building!, Kaahamaou and Qaeen Streets
DlLLINCU AM St CO.,
UfPOBTKBA A3TD DBALCM 15
LUratrare, Catlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils,
and General Merchandise,
67 No. OS Afro STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
Agent for the Paukaa and Amauulu Sugar Plantations Ia
porter of Tea and other Chinese and Foreign Good
aod wholesale dealer In Hawaiian Produce
ta New Stone Store, iuuanuSi., below KIuC.
C. X RICHARDS St CO..
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, and
Dealers In General Merchandise,
Keep constantly on hand a fall aortaent ef merchandise, far
. ..frw - miu -rxil mot veaaei.
THOMAS SPENCER- .
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, Island
rrvaacc, , is vommission Jlerchaat.
Byroa'a Bay. Uilo. S. I.
Will keep constantly on hand ai extensive assortment of ever,
jMtnluin AT vwl. L. wi . ...
-"- - iMiun j .uipa ana otner.
-Tbe highest price riven for Islanri Pmn..
XT Money advanced for BUI of Exchange at reasonable rate.
ami. jt. oajtl. s. w. ATHrsrroa. a. a. cooaa.
CASTLE AL COOKE,
, Importers and Genera Merehaats,
KlaC otreet, opaoeite the Searaea'a Cbaael.
- ' ALSO, AGENTS FOR
"Dr. Jayne Celebrated Family Medicine.
Wheeler Wilson's Sewing Machine ,
-Ths New England Matual Lre Insoranoe Cosnpany.
. Tbe KobiUa Sturar Company, Hawaii. .
The Haiku Sorar Company, MauL
The Hawaiian Sugar Mill, MaaL
Z Tha Waialua Sugai Plantation, Oahu.
.Tbt Lumahsi Bice Plantation, Eaaai 71S ly
EI. HOFFSCJ1 LlECER. Jt CO..
linportersand Cotumlssiou Merchants,
C'.fucr ef Pert and Merchant Slrrrta
Grorer and Ship Chandler,'
Money and Kecruit furnisher! to Ships oo favorable Terms.
- 720 ly -
C. S. BARTOW,
S ! Rmui on Queen Street. doer trout
6M Kaanumanu street. ly
K. P. ADAMS.
S. O. WILDKK.
ADAMS &. WILDER,
A net ion and Commission Merchants,
F1KE I'KOOK SfUKK,
In Kabiosau' Building. Hureu Street,
AFOXG Ac Al HtCK,
Importers;. Wholesale and Detail Dealers In General
: Merchandise and Chinese t.oods.
Fire proof Store,
Under the Public Hall.
n m a ii u Street.
Importer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Hue Clothing,
Famishing floods. Perfumery, &e.
Corner of Fort and Merchant Street,
670 HONOLULU, 11. I. ly
M.S.filtlXBAUM t CO..
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable
Clothing Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
! And erery variety of Gentlemen's Huperlor Furnishing Goods
Jrmerly occupied if w. A. AHlrtcn,
Maker' Block, ueen tt.
U. C. CHALLAMKL. N. A. BLtMt.
Cil ALL AM E Li Jt CO..
Importers and Dealers In W!ne., Spirits, Ales, 4,c,
No. 8 tfCUASU STREET,
670 Opposite Mercbant street, Honolulu, H. I. ly
1' II 1 L L I PS Si CO..
Wholesale Dealers In Clothing, Coots, Shoes, Uats,
Men's Furnishing aud Fancy Goods,
No. 4 MERCHANT ST-, (TOO 6m) HONOLULU.
11 V MAN St BROTHERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing,
HATS, FUKNISHINQ GOODri,
Ladies' aod dents' Boots and Shoes, Yankee Notions, &o., &c.
Capt. Snow's Hvilding,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST., (670 ly) HONOLULU.
ALLEN St CHILLlXiaVORTII,
kawaihae, Hum ail,
Will continue the General Merchandiaeand Shipping business
at the above port, where they a?e prepared to rurnish
the justly celebrated Kawafiae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
ptrowooci on ZZaxicl.
D C. WATERMAN St CO.,
Eapecial attention paid to Uie interests of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnishing of f'undB, purchase and sale of Kxchangc, Oil,
Bone, Uenerul Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howland, Jr. J; Co., New Bedford
W. O. E. Popr. Kso.. do.
J. C. Mkkkill ft Co., Son Francisco
BISHOP Ac CO., Bankers.
Office, in the east corner of Makee's Mock,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchange on
The Bank or California, - Fan Francisco
Messrs iiaiMNKLl.,MiNTCg.s & Co New York.
" Lkks ic Wallbb, - - New York,
TaKMONT National Bask, - Boston.
Oriental Bank Cokporatiom, - Loudon.
Meaiira. Mabccard, A ndrb & Co., ' Paris.
Ageuts Pacing Imscbancic Co. and Manhattan Lira Inscb-
Will receive deposita.dlscount ftrs'.-class business paper, and
attend to collecline.etc. 686 ly
OPEN TO ALL. EVER V
IN TUB WEEK.
. Honrs from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M.,
Up-ataira. in tbe Sailors Home.
The last Friday evening of each month reserved for the meet
Dgs of tbe T. M. C. A. 69S ly
Corner Hotel and Fort Sts.,
BY HUCHES & DUNNE.
HAVING LATELY RENOVATED
and' refurnished the above well known place of enter
tainment, the Proprietors respectfully inform the
Public that they have on hand and will keep nothing
but the best of Liquors, Ales, Wines, &c, &c, at their Bar.
1858. JOS. W. KINO, 1869.
ARTIST IU PHOTOGRAPH?,
Over the Advertiser Office,
Nest door to the Post Office, has opei.ed his Gallery for Photo
graphs, Cartes de Visite, Ambrotypea, Melamo
types, Ac, Ac
678 Satisfaction Warranted or no Pay, ly
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
fl'lHE BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY
Jl can be found at
XI. JL,. CHASE'S,
IN FORT STREET.
SHAKER HERBS OF VARIOUS KIUDS,
670 Such a are used in domestic practice. ly
SHIP SMITHING, &c, &c. !
THE HONOLULU IRON 4
W0KK3 CO. beg to announce thatfb
they hare opened 2r
A Blacksmith Shop on Queen Street,
Close to Mr. Emmes' Building Van), in which
Ship TTork, Carriage Work, Agricultural Implements,
uorse snoeing, a., &e.,
WiU be attended to -with Promptness and Dispatch.
And having on the premises a STEAM HAMMER and other
labor-saving appliance, as well as a large and varied stock of
ngnt ana beavy iron, they are prepared to do Work Cheaper,
uicKer ana Better wan eiaewnere in una city.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
713 3m ALEX. YOUNG, Manager
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY!
E, LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors.
PILOT, MEDIUM AND NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
- Also, TVaier. Soda' and Butter Crackers,
-. JKNNT LIND CAKES. Ac
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of tbe Best Flour, baked daily and
always on band.
N. B. BROWN BREAD OF TBE BEST QUALITY
(.Of the Imperial Farm, Rambouillet
. If nana street, above Br. Taos. Foster's.
ALL BUSINESS IN HIS LINE AS
PET ERIN ART SURGEON, promptly attended
to. Particular attention paid to all diseases of
. Cswt and Sows Carefally Spayed.
CT AU orders left with Mr. BERTRAND, Barber,
No. 40 Hotel street, or at Mr. KELLY'S Stable.'
fort street, will be attended to
' Family liable.
A FULL ASSORTMENT ON HAND, BtTf
ABLE for Holiday or Wedding Present, and at price
from $1S to $4 Oach. JS02J H. M WHITNEY.
MARCH 26, 1S70.
A GENT Bremen Boars of L'udrrwrilrrs,
AgeaC DrrsdcD Brard ot" tailtrwrilrr, ,
Ai;eut Vienna Board or Uadrrwrilrra.
710 l y '
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
fllHE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
JL Appointed Agents of the above Couipany.are prepared
tn insure risks against Fire on Stne and Br ck Buildings,
and on .Mercliaodife stored therein, on most lavorabie term.
For particulars apply at the office of
, F. ACHAKFKK 4c CO.
Honol ilu,My 4.1868. " - 691 ly
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rwilIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
M Boston Board of Underwriters, notify Masteis of Vensels
and others that all hill for Kepaira on VesmJs, and all bills
for General Average 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.
69 ly C. BKKWKK k CO., Agents.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed agents fur the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES. FREIGHT ami TREASURE.
696 ly WALK KB. ALLEN.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATEd. The clauses in the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous. THEO. iX. DA V IKS,
A ?! t.
THE N0BTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
Issues Fire and Life Policies
4ftN THE MOST LIBERAL TKRMS.-
J Claims for Losses settled with promptitude
THEO. H. DA VIES, Agent.
V S r V" . Aft p m. m.w A m M jL- m n a a ft
1 v - lHJnMltVt VWIIirMH If
OF LONDON. " ...
(Eatabtished A. D. 1 803.)
CASH CAPITAL. S8.000.0O0!
rilllE UNDERSIGVED HAVING BEEN
1 Appointed Agents ol the above Company for the Hawai
ian Islands, ' c
Are Prepared to Insnre Against Fire
On Brick. 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.
"NrnP TTT "RWTTTRTT AWn TvTPTJfl AWTTT.T1
SW WAV A 0 Ao mm. mmimmfmwA AoAl mm f " ' Tt VAAsVI Aw. f f f
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
CAPITA '.. .2.000.000
Accumulated mid Invested Fund, 2,838,1 18
raiHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP
1 POINTED AGENTS tor the Sandwich Islands, aud are
authorised to Insnre against Fire upon favorable terms.
Bisks taken in any part of the Inlands on Wooden Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses aud Furni
ture, limber, Coals. Ships in harbor with r without cargoes or
under repair. ti70 ly ED. HJFFaCULAEOER &. CO
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
CASD ASSETS, OVER $3G,000,000!
Cttsh Dividends iu 1868,
Q, SO 7, 13 "7
The Largest Life Insurance Company j
in the World.
Premiums May be Paid Seml-Annually or Quarterly.
ADAMS A WILDER,
690 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
With an accumulated Reserve -Fund of over Twenty
Five Million Dollars, is ttte
Oldest Mntnal Insnranee Compan y In America,
lias the Largest amount of Asset,
The Largest Receipts aud Smallest Expenses,
The Largest number of Members,
Pays the Largest Return Dividends,
And Is the most Liberal Co. In existence.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT
for the Hawaiian Islands of the above old aod wealthy
Life Insurance Company, I am prepared to furnish any in
formation pertaining to Life Insurance, and to receive ap
plications ior we insuring oi lives oi any are Detween 14 aud
60 years, on as favorable term aa are ottered by any other
The attention of those contemplating Insuring their own lives
or the Uvea of others, is invited to tbe superior advantage,
offered by this Company, In the large amount of iu asset
and tbe consequent security afforded to the insured. Its in
come from interest alone more than covers all the expenses, in
cluding payment ou account of the death of members.
Circulars and all other desired information will be supplied
on application, personally or by letter, to
U. M. WHITNKY.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
WILL BS ATTKlfDBS TO BT
C. J. JjTtOlXS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OLD
and conflicting Survey of Town Lota, also, to drawing
riana ana rransiaung itotes.
TT Leave orders at Office of 8. B. DOLE. 708 ly
HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK
44 (lower door) Fort Sl
Lately occupied by Mr. THOMAS TANNATT as a
LOCK, GUS AXD GOESAL REPAID SHOP,
Will carry on the Bosiness as heretofore, and wttt Beptir all
kinds of Light Machinery and Metal Work of every descriptionl
PUMPS, &C PUT IN GOOD ORDER.
ALSO, ON HAND AND FOB. SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
i ... Cans, Pistols, Shot, Amniultlon, '
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, Etc., Eta.
Centrifugal Wire Cloth Cut to Order.
. COLS AGKST IV THIS EIXODOlf FOB
The Celebrated Plorence Sewing Machines.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
C. W. GRAY & CO.. LELEO.
Office, Jfb. 30 Fort Street, Honolulu.)
Manufacturers and Dealers In aD. kinds af Soap.
tT Beet, Mutton and Goat T allow wanted. ; 698 ly
f TNITED STATES BONDS OF INDEBT
KJ EDNE53, (5-20's or any other class of bonds.)
caaieu ut tne nignest razes.
H. M. WHTTNEY.
SIX DOLLK$PKR AXXLM.
VOL.. XIV. St. 9. VVHOLK S: 122.
WILL I. VII CLAIilt,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
If no. Four si Honolulu,
71 ly Opposite Odd Fellows' Hall.
S A IJiTl M. C;A II T E It ,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
.. KSPLANADK. . . :
t next DOOR AH Of': L. L. TORHERrS.
WT. . WOOLSEV,
. j has KK.nuvr;u in maii.
V-Oi, Lu I to the old Ice House at the foot of
TP-yNuuunu stn-et. Allonter intrusted to him.
will receive immediate attention. 714 6m.
JO IIX AYLETT,
v7, MERCHANT TAILOR,
11 712 ly Opposite C. K. Williams. - if,
O VIC A . & CRCliISTT,"
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work trout Ship or Shore will be attended to
iu a manner to warraul satisfaction. 70K ly
'llAlSPEBt at CU AlTTEIt,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Shop on the Esplanade, uear the Cns-
Where thev are urebsred to execute all orders
u their line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner.
Horiehueing done with neatness and dispatch. 711-ly
John Nott. Sam'lNott.
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COPPER -AlU TINSMITHS.
AKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
the public that they are prepared to furnish all kinds ol
Copper Work, consisting in part of stillh, stbikh faku, aoa-
OHL'M PASS, WOHM, PCMPj, etCM OtC.
' llso on hand, a fall assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for sale at the lowest market prices.
1 vr .Lmiavf warn una ji iiinnin ixu viorm n.a
Orders from the other Island will meet with prompt attention.
enop on Kaahumanu St.. one door above Flitner's. 710 6m
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
1(i King St reet, Honolulu.
IJLREPA1RING DONE WITH CARE
AND NEATNESS. .
Particular attention given to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
XT Orders from the other Islands promptly executed. '
JB. O. ADDEKLlY,
SADDLE 6c HARNESS MAKER,
Fort and Dotel Streets, UonoInln.tS
XT Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to piomptly. 090 ly
D ALTON & BLAUVELT,
Saddle and fll.'irness ITIakcrs,
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming In all its1
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 6el ly
BO ICirig Street. OO
IMPORTER AND MANCFAOTCftia OF i
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
(Cr Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasse of all de-
sriptions made to order.
j Tl crij:
Before buying elsewhere call al SO and 88 KIag street.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
692 Near tha Drug Store of J . .M ott Smith Co. ly
Coot and Shoe Maker and Dealer In Leather and
Jjll Hotel Street, bet. Xmoanu and Maunafcea Sts.
T ly X70rders from the country solicited and promptly
attended to on the moat reasonable terms.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
effl King Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
Honolulu, n. I.
J. H. WICKE,
CAUIiET ITI A K i: U ,
ALAKEA BTKKT BELOW TBS TBKATBS.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable price. 074 ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer In Furniture
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Room oo Fort street, opposite 8. H. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at tbe old stand.
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Order from other islands promptly attended to. 689-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectfully inform the public that he Is prepared to east
and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch aod at reasonable rates.
17 All kinds of ship and plantation wort furnished on short
XT Constantly on band, hose eoupttng of the folio wing,
aire; 4, $.1, li, 2 and 2,. Also, oil eu pa and gang cock.
JAMES A. UOFPEK,
SMly King street
JAS. L. LEWIS,
COOPER AIXD GAVGEIt,
At tbe Old Staad,
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL SflOoKS and alt kinds of Coop
orlag Material constantly ea Aoaat.
He hopes by attention to bosinea to merit a eon
VV I ttnaanee of the patronage which be has hitherto en
"nT" and for which be now retorns bis tbsaks.
F. H. U C. SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Kansas Street, beL Merchant and Queen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stove, Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, Stop Cocks, India Bobber Hose best S-rly In
"i"" w irm, wihj vonpung ana ripe com
plete. Also, a very Uree stock of Tinware of mmmrm amt.
tioy. Jobbing and Bepairinc done to order uronuil, nM mJZ
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
lourniwue ciitxen or juooolula, and the Island gen
erally, tut thev liberal patronage la tbe past, we nope by sulci
attentioo to snsinos to merit the same for the future.
XT uraer rrotn tne otner Island will be carefully attended
' ' 66 ly
TEACHERS OF SCHOOLS WILL PLEA 8E
note that H. M. WHITNEY bas Jost received larg
supply of '
PAYSON, DUNTON Ai SCRIBNER'S
UATIOHAL SYSTEM OF PE2JHANSHIP
- In Twelve Number. ,
BEERS' STSTFJI OF PKOGSESSnT; PEABAASCIP
- ' In Twelve Namber.
Extra Fine Commercial No(e Paper,
p OfE DOLLAR PACKAGES. CON
L eBE3Sai4l other White Letter Paper.
Baled Overland Paper, ro $1 packages.
Lawyer' Brief Paper. Congress Cap,
Broad and Narrow Bill Paner.
For sale cheap by (69S 2m) H. M. WHITNEY.
S7 BusIiim Card, when .riald for m yenr, arr nllowr-l'
a discount from thfie rt, wbicli ar for trMiikii'itt ailvrrtiH.
minta arhea pnhl or ctmrired qourtr rly.
Sugar and IuIaHea ('ro)t IH70,
C(MIKG IN. FOR SALE IN UUAXTI-
TIES to suit purchaser, by
721 6tn WALKER A ALLEN, Ajrents.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
12. II. HOY I).
Choicest Meats from Anew herd. Poultry, Fish, Vrrt shies
Ye., fornlshed to irder. 7-0 ly
D U FFInVmAR KET,
KING STREET. HONOLULU. H7 ly
1YIAKEE PLANTATION 7
jyEW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For Sale by
710 6m C. BKEM F.lt K Co., tigents.
Kug-fir and MolMe Crop INTO,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QLANTI.
TIKS to suit purchaser;, by
709 Om WALK Kit k AI.l.KN, Ateiit.
Hawaiian atiii;iiv :
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELK
For sale at the lowest market rates by
ly A. S. CLUGllOUN, Agent.
II. Cornwt'll, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
WjmOM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
Jl1 in lot to suit purchaser.
0K0. C. Mrl.KAN, Agent.
To Parents, Guardians and Lovers
i of Sweets !
ffMIE UNDFRSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
JL informs the alAive that
He Still Manufactures all Descriptions,
Strictly pure in color as well a in tnatorlala, and partleulsrly
in avoidiug the use of that slow but sure poiwHi, frrre alba,
which is used so extensively iu Knulamt aud America iu the
manufacture of Losengea and so-called Scotch .Mixture. W hy
are you buying Poikouous audstale Candy, a ben you can get
a pure article, wbuleaoiru aud cheap,
MANUFACTURED IIY lUMSKLF?
Ketailers supplied with Fresh Pure Machine lr at 30 cl.
per pound, In quantities from & pounds and upward.
Stick Candle at Si els. r pound 717 St
HONOLULU SQAP WORKS,
BY RAWLINS A MITCIIHLL.
flMIE PROPRIETORS OF THE ABOVE
M. Work are prepared to supply customers, and the tub
lie In general, with Uie best quality V EL LOW SOAP.
SOFT SOAP alwnv ou baud.
Taa ItiOBEST Pair paid roa Soap Gbkahb. 701 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPANY.
TJJ A K E ALL KIN D 8 OF
Machinery, Sugar Hills, Steam Engines,
Also, Boiler, Cooler and Sheet Iron Work, and all kind of
BRASS AND IKON CAHTINUB.
A large stork of Piplne. Elbows, Tees. Biacs Vslve and
Cocks, Sheet Iron, Boiler Plate. Bar iron. Centrifugal Wires,
inuia Kuhner racking, and every description of Machinery
always ou hand.
A Great Variety of Machinery on band k for Sale Low.
885 ly HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STATIONERY STOCK !
Quick Sales & Small Profits
rpHE RECENT LARGE DECLINE IN
THE PREMIUM ON GOLD IN NEW YORK
laving Greatly Reduced the Cost
All kinds of American
WRITING AND PRINTING PAPER
And lVXatorlalM t
I AM ENABLED
BY PURCHASING (MY GOODS
TO SELL AT
Best Congress Letter Paper, 00 a E'm
Best Becord Cap Paper, 5 00
Best Commercial Note Paper, 3 00
Heavy Bill Paper, . 5 00 "
Papers, Envelope, Scc,9
AT LIKE REDICED KATES,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT THE TRADE.
II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulo, January, 1870. Til So
JLincn Tracing Clolh,
piAWCY COLORED PAPERS, CRATON
English Ttau Paper, of aQ eolore,
, Copying Paosr, of various ls.
Blotting Paper, whit and red, '
PeHbrated Paper, fiae and eoarse,
Brsttoi Card Board. aU steea.
Printer' Card boards, white and ool'd.
Wedding and V billing Cords,
. Wedding Envelopes, Ae., Ac.
- For sale by (719 2m) H. M. WHITNEY.
- -CHOICE BOOKS.
flQLTON'S GENERAL ATLAS, CONTAIN
1 LNO 127 Maps, ,
Mltobeir Atlas, onotaialng 77 Maps,
Cronise's Natural Wealth ef California, the moat valoabUaiul
reliable work on California ever published.
Warren' Household Physician, an lodiapeuaabla book In
Appieton's Dictionary of Mechanics, g vols,
Webster Family Dictionary.
Coltoo" Ooontry Lift", flluftlrated, '
Pelton's Ancient and Modern Greece, 2 vol.
Tyrrell' Hlatorv of tbe Crimean War: beanttfkillv (lluatrat.
ed, 2 vols. '
History ef the Chinese Rebettion, 3 vol.. Illustrated.
Bowdltch's Navlgaiion. last edition,
Downing Landscape Oardening.
710 2m for sale by H. M. WHITNET.
All the Late Books !
CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOOK-STORE.
For Sale Cheap. 680 1m) II. M WHITNEY.