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j THE PACIPIC
Ar we lowing the nre-la of kindncvn ?
They nh i!l blossom hriht en; lotg ;
Are we lowing, the seeds of d:cocJ ?
They shad ripen into wrong
A re we i i:ig seed, of huoor T
Th-v fb.iil bring f rts g !Uen gram ;
Are e soslt of fAtorhxl f
WenboU yet reap bitier .un,
Vhatr our sowing be.
Ktaim J, we It fruiU shall W.
We caa never le too careful
What the afeU ur hamla thi!l w ;
Love from tore l ure to ripen.
Hat frim bte ure to grw.
HeeJn of Rl or we cU
liIIcij aloo our way ;
But g!mJ cr grievous fruiU
Waita a t the harTMt day.
W hatvVr our sowing be.
R-ai we i(a fruits bil see. Seteted.
Te-w York Conrespondeiice No. 37.
li irf:. an'l Suez Caroi'x Their Jnflit'nce itp-
F.r'iit. Aift'ricn. nivl the IlatcoiluH Islands
!,' Anthuny's ElrtK'Lrj Mlxctllarwous.
HlOV OI K OWN CORRESPONDENT.
New York, March, 1870.
i.e m t einifint enterjTiM; of recent date
b;ia rerentlj reeri ett on l-xt in thir country
ittro:tftl vorj little att'-iition from the reM.
f-t t't tlie recently orginizcJ naval exiedition
e I.-throus of Pantna for the tiurjfjN; of ex
ail surveying an intcr-oceanic cunal
wouM Beem that the ofoning of the Suez
I U t luark a new era in the comincnoc not
of the OIJ World but of the New World
It in intcrctin to trace the probable de
ment that it will cause. The OM World it
r. more fertile, more jpuluuf, more wealthy,
abundantly nupplletl than the New with all
irees ox naiure ariu 01 ari. iiie crrauii
aorcial trantaetioiiH have alwaya been those
eer. Kurore and Af-ia, and are likely to re-
88 lan an the present iuliuih of conimu-
vju are in u.-te.
.ia v:it eoinmerce, until a few centuries ago.
earred over tiie highway of the Mediterra-
i.aud upon the caravan route" that connected
pe ith the East. The wealth and conte-
f.tl the civilization of ancient timea were
Ijr concentrate-l in the great cities that occa
thee linen of trafSc, ebpecially in the
jc. i.'iieaji citie. The AladiLerr&neAn watt
lces:re of the world. It was, and still re-
the region where the finest attainment of
1 .,. t,L , r .J :.:
at an entirely new era in the commercial,
conbequcotly in all other, developments of
Old World was introduced by the discovery
fhips couli tail from 1'uroj to India and
jua around the (.'ape of (iood Hope. The
! route was found to he the preferable one ;
I the consequence was that the nations of
frtern uripe, instead of thote of Southern
Eastern Luropc, began to receive the far
ing effects of this great etream of Asiatic
mere?. First Iirtu;ral and Strain were
led up by it ; then Holland ; then the British
ire; and as these countries grew in strength
riches, the power gradually departed from
Mediterratua.n nations. The tide of com
e ebbed away froia them, ttiey were no
ttt in the line of its greatest activity, the
i' re of power passed away to other thrones.
Mediterranean ceased to be the centre of the
1. The great Kingdotus of Italy, Turkey,
ij Aiia Minor were degraded to eecend and
2-rate powers; and the second commercial
J was developed, its power culminating with
1 f of the British Empire.
J (he year 1SC9 marks the commencement of
I third commercial era, in tle completion of
I 1 Suez Caual. The Suez Canal restores the
I tiiterranean route between Europe and the
1:. It seems iu.pOf6ible to overrate the fcigm
lice of tliat work. It makes Rome, Greece,
a. Arabia, again the wry centre of the
i ; and if its navigation shall present no ob
'e it will, to the best of human foresight, re
the commerce of the world, and with its
Imerce its createi?t mental and spiritual ac-
Ij, nearly t the old centres from which, for
centuricp. the discovery of the cape passage
trted them. The decadence of England, the
Jubilitation of Italy, are to be among the
'ts of the new conditions of trade.
ut this i" not the whole prospective result of
Suez Canal. It is as Americans, as New
iere, tiiat we are profoundly interested in
lying the past and foretelling the future bis-
f.- of tU vast currents of commercial devcl-
( f-ent, thcee irresistible movements of human
All of us are borne like drift-wood upon
ever-rushing tide of evolution ; yet it is
fjant to be conscious of our movement ; and
not impossible to rrevvnize its course and
Jrtency. This new diversion in the currents of
0!i World's traffic promises . to have the most
sue bearing upon the commercial position of
i the first place, the Suez Canal establishes
t definitely and finally, as the shortest route
tmtnunication between Euroce and Asia. So
as ships sail or steam-carriages run, the
j-c between Europe and Asia is to be con-
by the routes that directly connect these
quarters of the globe ; it is not to come by
WJ of America. From the western edges of
f-t Britain, eastward to the easternmost coasts
ulna, is less than half the circle of the
e. The Old World, in other words, lies eom
)f together. The completion of the Suez
1 cnifks it, establishes its quickest channels
communication within itself. Our Pacific
way affords to longer the shortest route from
and to China. Nor can the construction of
pl through the Isthmus of Darien attract
considerable portion of the European-Asia tic
e- The great through route is definitely
f ted as I have described. The Saex Canal
f ws America off from the centre of the world.
1 r!50 Rilroad could not prevent this fate ;
1 Yen canal will not remedy it. The Suez
f 1 places both England and Eastern North
cape juage was discovered, at tlie very goo
graphical outponts of the world, farthest from
the great natural ceutres of population and of
The decadence of England as a political pjwer,
already far advanced, is therefore likely to be
followed by the decay of her commercial power.
The greatest developments of trade are hereafter
almost certainly to take place in the natural
centres of the world, in the regions which first
developed man into his highest attainments as a
reasoning, feeling, active being. Florence, Rome,
Athens, Constantinople, Smyrna, Cairo. Mecca,
even the vallevs of the Tigris and of the Euphrates,
are now replaced in the very current and focus of
civilization. The process of reviving their dead
industrial life will doubtless be Blow, perhaps
secular ; but the Fame gTeat forces of which the
withdrawal has broken down the domination of
thee regions, are now turned upon them for
their rehabilitation. Some of the cities just
mentioned are to become the commercial centres
of the future. It is not an improbable supposi
tion that Constantinople may again become what
she was in the fourth and fifth centuries, the
capital of the world. She is far more favorably
placed for distancing other capitals in the race
than any American city.
But though the construction of the Darien
Canal, which is now probable, cannot lead to
such great results as those which the Suez Canal
will develop, yet it will foster a commercial ac
tivity second only to that which I havo indicated.
It w ill profoundly effect England, America, and
the Pacific. The Darien Canal will create a
Commerce, first, between the nations of Western
Europe and those of Western America, both
North and Sjuth ; second, between those of
Eastern and Western America heifelf; third? be
tween those of Eastern America and the I'acific
Colonies ; and fourth, between the nations of
Eastern America and Japan and China. In the last
case, some corur-etition of routes may be expected
from the Suez Canal. One of the most impor
tant results of these new developments will be to
unite Great Britain in stronger tics of business
interest than even before with the United States,
and to favor that unification of the Anglo-Saxon
races which, according to my friend Mr. A. II.
Lou if, of the English bar, is to be the next phase
of consoli Jation among the empires of the world.
The Hawaiian Islands, too, cannot fail to be
gainers by the construction of this canal.
Such is a brief outline of the probable changes
which the Suez and Darien Canals are to create
in the world. The work of the Suez Canal is to
rejuviuate the Old World; 'that of the Darien
Canal, to unify the Angb-Saxon races and to de
velop the antipodes.
But it is less the business of your correspond
ent to treat of the future than of the present
condition of things. A very pleasant anniversary
was celebrated recently by a party, of which the
writer was one, at the parlors of the Woman's
Bureau " in Twenty-Third street. It was Miss
Susan Anthony's fiftieth birthday ; the maiden
reformer was not ashamed to acknowledge the
half-century ; and the occasion was somewhat
notable for the gathering of women-agitators
that it brought together. Mrs. Stanton was not
there, having been quite worn out by the fatigues
of a recent lccturing-tour in the vast plains of
the West. She made $5,000 in two months.
It is a novel sensation," paid Miss Anthony to
me, to find that any of ua can make money."
But eminent guests were not wanting. Among
them I noticed Mrs. Dr. Lozier, who makes
C'20,000 per year in the practice of medicine ;
Mrs. Theodore Tilton, with her doll's face and
curls ; Mrs. Lillie Devereux Blake, with a flower
etar in her dark hair, darting keen glances out of
her reetles eyes ; Mrs. Ames, the sculptress ;
Mrs. I. Beecher Hooker, one of the loveliest of
etrong-minded women ; and Miss Pbxebe Cary,
the poetess, who brought with her the contribu
tion of a humorous birthday poem. There were
readings of congratulatory letters and poems,
recitations, eocial converse ; gifts were given to
Miss Anthony, and ice-cream was absorbed ; the
affair bad all the air of a family party, but for
the presence of two reporters who strolled around,
pencil in baud, noting down the happy thoughts
of the evening and describing the ladies dresses. I
was greatly impressed with the superior physique
of those good women. There was hardly an
undersized figure among them ; and I could hardly
realize, in spite of the familiar language and the
familiar faces, that it was an American company.
To be etrong-minded is, as a rule, to be strong
Apropos of women's rights, the lady students
at the Bellevue Hospital Medical College in this
city have lately been subjected to frequent insults
from the male students. To prevent such scan
dalous conduct in future, the Warden of the
hospital has ordered the arrest of any Btudent
who shall in future anuoy the lady students in
the lecture rooms.
St. Valentine's day was signalized among us by
the transmission of 20,000 valentines through the
city Post-office. The number of these tender
missives last year was but 15,000, an indication
that the festival of sentiment is gaining rather
than losing prestige. But its celebration is con
fined almost entirely to our foreign population.
The Patlanders are the chief devotees at the
tthrime of this saint.
In art we have just had the sale of the great
Thompson collection of paintings to interest as,
3,000 bad pictures sold for quite as much they
were worth. The feecond exhibition of the
Watercolor Society at the Accademy of Design
is open, and redeems in part the inferior quality
of the oil-paintings already displayed upon the
C. S. BARTOW,
on Queen Street, one door trod
Kaahomana street. ly
B. r. ADAM. S. . WILORB.
ADAMS Si WILDER,
Aictlon nd CommlssJoa Merchaat,
FIRE PROOF STORE,
let RsMbmb'i BoildiMg, Q.aesi Street.
McCOLGAN Si JOHNSON,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, B.
724 Opposite Theod. O. Heack's. If
CIIDLAN Sc BROTHER,
LMroaraas or ard dealers ut
China Goods of all Descriptions, and 1b all kinds of
Also, constantly oo hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rico.
91 NVUANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Office corner of Fort atul Hotel Streete.
J. M. WHITNEY, 1). D. S..
Office otsb Dr. Hoffmass's Dbcq Store,
CORXEK OF KAAHUMA.su A.SD M KRCHJXT STS.
691 Ofliee hour from 9 A. M. till 2 r. M. ly
K. HOFFMANN, M. I.
Phylrian and Surgeon,
Qcrner Merchant and Kaahoinanu its., near t'ostofliffe. 637 ly
A. C. BlTfCM, M. !.
Physlriau aud Sarseou,
OSlce and ResId?nce,"AUiricu House, Fort street 630 ly
JOHN S. McGREVV, M. U.,
Phystrlan and Snrrcon.
Office lei H. L. Cbaie'i bu.ldiug. Fort Street.
RtaiDCSCk Chaplain St., brtwetn Huuanu and Fort Stt.
Oincc Hocus From S to 10 'A. SI., and from to 6 P. M.
A. F. Jt;iD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fort Itreft, thrwe floor below Merchant StreeU. 702 ly
Attorney and Connstllor at Law.
Oice on Uat-eu Suei t. oppnMte the Court House, up stair.
K . CS . DAVIS.
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice in all the Courts nf the Kingdom, ia Uth English
and Hawaiian lauguaiie?.
692 Office on Queen Street, oypoiitt the Court House, ly
S. n. 10 I.E.
Attorney at Law.
Of'-rt over Richard'on' Store, corner Fort and Merchant
'717 streets, Honolulu. ly
" V. C. JONES,
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
Will practice io all the Cnurtu of the Kingdom. H will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai. Maui and Hawaii,
and visit cither of tlnima Ishimls on
690 Office near the Court House. JJ
Importer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Fine Clothing,
Furnish! ii Goods, Fert'nmery, Jte.
Corner of Fort and merchant Streits,
HONOLULU. H. I
THE NEWSPAPER KCOKOA,
Pnbllshed Weekly in the Ilawaiiau Lanuase.
It has the largest circulation in the (troop, and is read both
by Hawailans tnd Foreipners. Price $2 a year in ad
vance. Advertisements tranHlated into Hawa
iian free of charge. Office over Post Office.
If. C. CHALLAMEL N. A. BLUME.
C II ALL A MEL &: CO..
Importers and Dealers la Wines, Spirits, Ales, &c.,
No. 8 NUUANU STREET,
675 Oppoiite Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
DILLINGHAM Si. CO.,
IMPOBTSES AND BKALkRS IX
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils,
and General Merchandise,
674 No. 95 KING STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Commlsjlon Merchant and General Apent,
Agent for the Paakaa and Auauulu Supar Pl.iotations Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce.
In New Slope Store, NuuaunSl., below King.
M. PHILLIPS Si. CO..
I M ROUTERS ASO
Wholesale Dealers In Clothing, Boots, Shoes, IlatsJ"
Men's Fnrrtlvhlug and Fancy Goods,
No. MERCHANT ST., (700 Cm) HONOLULU.
Dealer in General Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel and Xuuanu Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
Befall Establishment on onauu Street.
722 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
BOLLES Si. CO..
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
tfueta Slrtet, Honolulu.
Iirill IT PERMISSION TO
Megan, o. A. Williams ti Co. i Messri. C. Krewer Ac Co.,
Meir. Castle & Cooke. I Messrs. II. Hackfeld Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards & Co. I). C Waterman, Esq.
HVMAN & UROTHER-S,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing,
HAT3, FURNISHING QOOD3,
Ladies' and Gents' Hoots and Sh.ies, Yankee Notion, 4:c., ke.
Capt. Snouft Bvilding,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST., (723 ly) HONOLULU.
THEO. II. DA VIES
(.Late Jo-iion, Ore en tr Co.)
Importer and Commission Merchant,
LLOYDS' ic THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH r FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof BuilJings, Kaahumann and Queen StreeU
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the inn and stars
with a transit initrament accurately adjusted to the
meridian of .Honolulu. Particular attention given to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses xilvered and adjusted Charts aud
nautical instruments constantly oo
686 hand and for sale. ly
D C. WATERMAN Si CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Kxchange, Oil,
Bone, Oencral Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlamd, Jr. & Co., New Bedford
W. Q. E. Pofr, Esq.. ' do.
J. C. Mekkill ft Co , San Francisco
ALLEN Si CHILLING WORTH,
Will conlmae the General Merchandise and ShlppinRbnainesa
at the above port, where they are prepared toiurnlib
the justly ceiebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruits aa are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
-fc" i. x- o XTcr ood oxl TT , nd.
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise,lslaad
Produce, fee., and Commission Merchant.
Byron'a Bar. Hilo. S. I..
Will keep constantly on hand ai extensive assortment of every
description of Roods required by ships and others.
The highest price riven for Island Produce.
XT Money advanced for Bills nf Exchange at reasonable rates.
BISHOP St CO.. Bankers.
Office, In the east corner of Mitee's Block,
Kaanurcanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchange on
The Base or California, - San Francisco
Messrs GamiiKLL.MiHTCRS k Co New York.
Let r Waller, - . New York,
Trrkoxy National Bask. - - Boston.
Oriental Bark Corfcratio. - London.
Messrs. Marctard, Amdrj & Co., Paris.
A rents Pacific Iracrarcb Co. and Masbattax Life Ixsra-
Will receive depoiiu.discount Srst-class buslnetipaper, and
attend to eollectlncetc. 686 ly
AMX M. CA8TLR. J. R. ATHERTOit. " A. . COOKS.
CASTLE Si COOKE.
Importers and General Merchants,
Klaff street, opRoaite the Seamen's Chapel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler tr Wilson'f dewing Machine!,
The New England Mutual Life Inauranoe Company,
The KohaU Sugar Company, Hawaii.
The Haiku Sugar Company, Maui.
The Hawaiian Sugar Mills, Maui.
The Waialuo riugat Plantation, Oahu.
The Lmnahal Rice Plantation, Kauai 718 ly
Indexed ITleni. Books.
AVERT CONVENIENT ARTICLE FOR
Bill Collectors and others. For lale by
e3 H. J. WHITNEY.
r'ISC II E It Si. It O T II ,
Fort Struet, opposite Odd K-Uow's Hall. Honolulu, H. I.
E. O. IIA1.L. Jc SON,
Importers and Dealers in Haid'vare, Dry Goods,
Paints, Oils, and General Merchandise.
700 Corner Fort and Uiug
J. S. WALKER.
B. C. ALLEN
WALKER Xi ALLEN,
Shipping aud Couiiuissioa 3Ierrhuats,
6S2 HONOLULU, H. I.
F. A. SCH A EFER &i CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
HONOLULU, 6S0 ly HAW. ISLANDS.
C. L. RICH AR.OS Jt CO.,
Ship Chandlers aud ComailsloD Merchants, and
Dealers la General Jlerrhandise,
Keep constantly on hand afull anortraent of merchandise ..for
the supply of Whaler and Merchant vesBt-ls.
El. HOFFSCHLAEGER CO.,
Importers and Commission Men lunts.
Corner of Fort nml Merchant Street.
720 ly .
M. S. ORINBAUM Si CO..
Importers and Ulutlevile Dealers in Fashionable
Clotuinjr, Hats, Caps, Boots aud Shoes,
And every v.-iriety of Gentlemen'? Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich,
702 Maker's Block, Queen $t. ly
ED WIN JONES,
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Money and Recruits furnished to Ships on Favorable Terms.
AFONG ii ACHL'CK,
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In General
Merchandise and Chinese Goods.
Firo-proof Store, Nuttauu Street.
Under the Public Halh 706 ly
Dealer in Wines, Spirits, Ale and Porter.
693 Honolulu. ly
I FRANK axOVK. GODFRKT BR?WX.
I U It O W V Si CO..
Importers &. W holesale Dealers In Wiue, Spirits, Xc.
700 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. Qui
LEWERS Si DICKSON.
Dealers iu Lumber and Buildin-; Materials,
Til. C. HEl'CK.
General Coinniission Merchant.
CSS Fort Street.
II. E. MclNTYRE A: BROTHER.
Grocery, Ferd Store and Bakery,
Corner of Kin and Fort StreeU, Honolulu, H. 1. 6U3 ly i
W. L. GREEN,
General Commission Ajrcnt and Broker.
QUEEN STREET, 688 lyj HONOLULU.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
Commission Merchant and Ceneral Shipping Agent,
eSS Honolulu. Onhti.
L . L. T O R U E R T ,
Dealer iu all kinds of Building Materials, j
Paint and Oil. Wall Paiier. Wimtoio and Picture Glass. '
Sash, Rlillds, lOors,i,CtfC.
Office No. 20 Ksilasaib, (074 ly) Ofpq.sitk Coukt Humk
C. BREWER Si CO.
Commission and Shipping Merchants,
700 Honolulu. Onlits II. I.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GOMP'V
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
FFTit an accumulated Reserve Fund of over Twenty
live Million Dollars, is the
Oldest Mntnal Insurance Company in America,
Has the Largest amount of Assets, j
The Largest Receipts aud Smallest Expenses, j
The Largest number of Members,
Pays the Largest Return Dividends, i
And Is the most Liberal Co. ia existence.
BEEN APPOINTED AGENT
sj al ior iiie xinwrniaii ii,i.iiiuk ui mc mwvc uui aiiu .r.iuij
Llf InsurAnce Comuinv. Iam rreuared to furnish any in- i
Elf W 1 1 r . 1 7 .. . .11 1 . 1 . .
formation percaining to Life Insurance, and to receive ap-
plications for the Insuring of lives of any aee between 14 and
60 yearn, on aa favorable terms as are offered by any other
The attention of thoie contemplating insuring their own lives
or the liven of others, is invited to the superior advantages
offered by this Company, In tiie large amount of iu assets
and the consequent security afforded to the insured. Iu in
come from interest alone more than covers all the expenses, iu- i
eluding payments on account of the death of members
Circulars and all other desired information will be Bupplied
on application, personally or by letter, to ;
H. M. WOITNKY,
Agent for the Hawaiian Inland. j
COLTON'S GEN EKAIa ATLAS,CU.TAI.-
INQ 127 Maps,
Mill-hell's Atlan. containing 77 Mars,
Cronise's Natural Wealth of California, the most valuublnand
reliable work on California ever published,
Warren's Household Physician, an indispensable book in
Appleton's Dictionary or Mechanics, 2 voU,
Webster's Family Dictionary,
Colton'n Country Life, illustrated,
Felton's Arcient and Modern Sreece, 2 vols.
Tyrrell's History of the Crimean War, beautifully illustrat
ed. 2 vols.
History of the Chinese Rebellion, 2 vols., illustrated..
Bnwdixh's Navigation, lat edition.
Downing'! Landscape Gardening.
719 2m For sale by II. M. WHITNEY.
o A X
Wliitney's Itoolt Store !
Consisting in part of
ASSORTED SIZED COPYING PRESSES
Assorted siied Cash Boxes, Bill Head Boxes.
Bill Hooks, Pen Racks,
elate Pencils. Laid Pencils,
School Slates, Scrap Books,
Herbariums, Twine Boxes,
Mottled Tnrine, Tooth picks
Superior Plain Cap Paper,
Superior ruled cap paper,
Superior plain letter paper.
Superior ruled letter paper,
Assorted note paper, Bill head paper
Setts Chess men.
Checkers and dice,
Assorted sited blotting pads.
Uutta perch pen holders.
Washington Medallion pens,
Fairchild'i inperior gold peni,
Ivory paper holders.
Fancy paper holders,
Westonholm'S Penknives, Charlton's mucilage,
Outta percha bands, Line's rulers.
David'i black, blue and carmine inks. Staynard & Noyes' inki.
Arnold'! inks, assorted sixes.
Assorted Ink stands, Assorted pen clej.nen
Photographic Albums, Propeller pencils.
Pencil leads. Crayons.
A fine assortment of Blank Books,
Clwice assortment of Envelopes.
Exchange Books, Beceipt Books,
Jlann's parchment Letter Books,
Cap and Letter Clips and Files,
Letter and Card Wallets-
Memoranda Books, Pass Books.
Camel'i hair copylug brushes, Composition card fr&oats,
U. S. Postage stamps. Letter scales,
AC., Ac, C.
CJUCH AS ARB USED FOR MAKING
Fancy Card Frames, for sals by
H. M. WHITNKY.
WlfsL.! A.TZ S.AICfa,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
AO. 53 FORT ST., HOyOLVI.V.
16 ly Opposite Odd Ft-liowj' II. ill.
j S A Jl U 12 la .11 . C A ll T i: It ,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
i rh ESPLANADE,
I XEXT DOOR AllOl'lC L. L.. TORHERTS
XV. . WOOLSEY,
Sail 1VE Is. er,
t, it? Dciffii'rn ll i c i; i i r
i rr-w ii r a. w . -a mam.. ...
r,7 LoFT to the old Ice Hoase at the
TvT,sNiiu:iiin itreet. All orders intrusted
;will receive immediate attention.
JO IB IT AYLETT,
02 MERCHANT TAItORK
712 l y
tpoaite C K. William.
DUACA.A fc caSOCKCI'T,
SHOP ON THK KSl'I.A.VAIIK,
v-s'ii' wne,'e 'l work from Mnp or snor will oe atten iea to
iiu a manner to warrant satisfaction. 70S ly
I - A ll PE "lTtC H A'2i":8J,"
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Tr""" v Shop on the Ksplaaade, uear the C'ns
"jv-r to in House,
iaS Where they are prr;ared to execute nil orders
in their line with (.puiiptiir 3 mid iu a wcrkmaiilike uiamier.
Home-shoe iny done with neatness and dispatch. 7 11-1 y
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
10 KiiiK Street, Huuolulu.
Qrf. REPAIRING DONE IPITH CAREqSZkJ$s
ANV NEATNESS. WF,
Purticular attention pivrn to
Blacksmitliing and Horse-shoeing".
Orders from the other Islands promptly executed.
DC. 1. ADDEISIfl.V,
I C A TTT TTt JT. TT A TTVTTCC TIT I T'nTl
jSFort and Hotel Streets. Honolulu. I
J Carriages Trimmed a ith neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to piomptly. C90 ly
D ALTON &, BLAUVELT,
Saddle and Harness ITIakcrs,
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming in all it.-9?3
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 681 ly
"5Zxxe; Street. OO
.15 . T . I9OX X E la Ia ,
1 ISrOUTTR AND MASCFACTCRtR of
i jVJ,J KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
f I senptu
Old Furniture repaired aud Mattri8es of ail le-
tious made to order.
Before buying elsewhere cull at SO and 8 8 Kiiii; hi reet.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
692 Near the Drug Store of J. Mott Smith Co. ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Si King Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
Honolulu. H. I.
J. H. WICKE,
C A II I 7S S3 T MAKER,
ALASKA ATKKKT BRL0W TUB THBATRR.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices.
I Qe ? B WI L.L.I AM S.
Manufacturer, Importer and Denier in Furniture
OJ Every Doseript.on.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite K. H. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other Islands promptly attended to. 669-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-7-0
spectfully inform the public thnt he is prepared to cant
Vf and tinifh all kinds of brass and composition work with
j S dispatch and at reasonable rates.
i XT All kinds orahipaud plantation worV furnished on short
XT constantly on nanu, nose conptmgs oi tne iouowing.
siren.- A, i. 1, 1), 2 and 2. Also, oi) cupn and gauga cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPKK,
695 ly King street.
JAS. L. LEWIS,
At the Old Stnud,
Corner of King and Eethel Streets.
A large Stock or OIL SHOOKS and all Rinds o( Csop.
ering Material constantly on hand.
He hopes by attention to business to merit con-
tinuance of the patronage which he has hitherto eu-
kjoyed, and for which he now returns his thanks.
F. H. & C. SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Snnauu Street, let. Mcrthant aud Queen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pie, Plain and Hose
Dihbs, Mop Cocks, India Rubber Hose bent. 3-t.ly in
lencths of 25 and 60 feet, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Also, a very larce stock of Tinware or every descrip
tion. Jobbiug and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citizens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, lor their liberal patronage in the pas. wc hope by itiict
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
rr Orders from the other Inlands will be carefully attended
o. 6c iy m
KALIHI SOAP WORKS,
IJY W. II. IIUDDY.
riMIE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
ji. WORKo is prepared to euppiy Customers and the Public
With the Best Yellow Soap.
XT SOFT SOAP always on hand. 722 6m
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY RAWLINS & MITCHELL.
rMMIE PROPRIETORS OF TIIE ABOVE
1 Works are prepared to supply customers, and the pub
lic in general, with the best quality YELLOW SO A P.
SOFT SOAP alwityo on hand.
The niCHEST Price faip for Soar Gieahc. 701 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP W0EKS,
C. W. GRAY & CO., LELEO,
Office. Xo. SO Fort Street, Honolulu.)
Manufacturers and Dealers la all kinds of Soap.
XT sleet. Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. 60S ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
E. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIUmTxD NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Water, Soda and Butter Crackers,
JENJtT LINO CAKES, tc.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Beat Floor, baked daily and
always on band.
N. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
foot of ffv
to him v.
NOPwTII BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AM) KDIXUl'IKJH.
CAFITA T 2.000.000
Arcuiuulnlrii find luvrnKd Fund, 2,838,118
rfHIE UNDERSIGN Kl HAVE BEEN A P-
J PuINTKI) AUKNT.-f tor the BundTich Ma ,ds, aud are
authorised to Inrure asnins't Fire upon fuvornble terms.
link? txken in any part ol the IUiuls on Wo.xlen Buildings,
and Merchandise stored then in, Uwelling Iiousee at.d Furni
ture, 1 imlwr, Ci'als, Ships in l,;irlor wiih or without cmvoes or
under repair. 172-i 1 1 l.U. HJFFgCHLAKiiLK CO
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT llrrnifii Binnl of U il.r vrilrrs.
Agfnt Drrwtrn Bcnrilof L'ntlrrwriters,
Axrnl Vienna Uoni-ct vf I'udrrwriirrs,
HA M R U It C II -It It F.M EN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TMIK UNDERSIGNED. HAVING It KEN'
Appointed Agents of the abovit C'uiupany,are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Brick Buildlufs,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particular apply at the oit.ee of
F. A. SCHAKFKR 4 CO.
Honolulu, May 4. 1S6S. 611 ly
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
ffMIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
Bnton Board of Underwriters, notify Maxtris of Yesr-e'.s
and others Ihst all bill- lor Repairs m Vesst In, and all bills
for (leneral Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Ronton Underori-ern, who uni!t also be represented on
all survevs, or such bills w ill not be allowed.
t98 ly C. BKKWKK CO., Agents.
31 E RC'H AN TS M ITT UA A.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
UNDERSIGNED HAVING KEEN
ipirfitnted agents for the aiove Coinp.my, beg leave to
inform the public that they are mow prepared to istue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT and 'I REASI'RE.
6yaiy WALKER & ALLEN.
TIIE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
. RATl-i. The cl.iu.-es in the Policies of this Company are
specially advanUgeous. I'll EU. H. DAVlEa,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire and Life Policies
ON THK MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims for Losses fettled with promptitude.
702-ly THEO. 11. DA VIES. Agent.
I M 1 K RIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Etablihel A. D. 180.1.)
CASH CAPITAL. 8, 000,000!
FMIE UN1ERSIGVED HAVING BEEN
& A)ointed Agents of the above Company for the Hawai
Are Prepared to Insure Against Fire
On Brirk. Stone and Wooden Buildings, Merchandise, Furni
ture, Aic, on the most fuvoruble terms. For particulars apply
at the office of (6S1 ly) WALKER & ALLEN.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF IN EWr YORK.
CASH ASSETS, OVER $36,000,000!
Cash Dividends in 18i,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premiums May be Paid Semi-Ann nail; or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
e99 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Life Insurance Company
KUWIN W. BRYANT
WOODBRIIMiK 8. Ol.MidTEA D.
LUC I A.N S. WIUXX
ORUAMZKD IX 1S1C. CHARTLR PERPI.TI AL.
A tPURELY MITILU, COMPANY !
Nutwl-rsiij ore-r (iO Mrmbcrn.
Assets Jane 1, 1869Tover $25,000,000!
Surplus, over $7,000,000.
Total Claims by Death, (paid to date,) Ocer
ot al Dividends, (paid to dale,) Over $8,000,000.
Cvrtent Dividend from Forty to Seventy per
Cvrrcnt Income, over $10,000,000 pir Annum.
Its Income from Interest alone More than Pays its
Claims ly Death.
There being no stockholders it Surplus belongs exclusively
to the members, and i eoil;ihly divided amoog them Io
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS, which may be applied in reduction
of premiums, or may be accumulated at interest for the benettt
ot the Assured, or may be received by them in Cash.
Paid-up Policies are e-ranted after two or more yearn Pre
miums have been paid, thus practically making
AH Policies Noii-Forfeiting.
It is'aes Policies upon all desirable plans of I nnuranre, and
has adopted in its workings several SPECIAL FEATURES.
original with Ibis Company and offered by no other.
LAST YEAR'S PU0SPEU01S BISI.VESS.
11,960 Policies issued, insuring about $3'J,000,000 00
Income received and accrued U,0G1,068 OS
During its last fiscal year this Company paid in dividends to
the living and on the policies of its deceased members, Two
Millions Two Hundred and Forty-Five Tbouasud Two Hundred
and Fifty-Two Dollars, and at the name time added more than
Five Millions Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars to it!
XT Tne whole record of this Company has been one of prudent
management and prosperous advancement. Among the oldrr
and Leading Life Insurance Companies its average raio of
expenses to income has, through its entire history, been the
lowest of any.
Further information concerning this old and reliable Com.
pany given by HENRY M. WHITNEY,
Agent for the Hawaiian Island
Honolulu, October, 1868. 6S8 U
Ink, Ink, Ink !
FOR SALE AT II. M. WHITNEY'S BOOK
STORK: Maynard h. Arnold i Writing and Copying Ink, ia quarts,
pints and cones.
Thaddeus Davids & Co.'s Writing and Copying Ink, in quarts,
pints and cones.
Arnold's Writing Fluid and Copying Ink, In quart! and pints,
blacks ood A Co.'s Steel Pen and Copying Ink, in pints,
Edward A. Lambert's Violet Writing Fluid, in quarts,
Thaddeus Davids & Co.'s Red aod Blue Ink, in cone.
Thaddeus Davids a. Co.'i brilliant Carmine Ink. 642
CALCULATED TO SCORE FROM ISO
to 340o Fahrenheit. 75 Cents to 1 .60 oncb.
For Bale by II. m. WHITN KT.
Bank ot England Paper,
IN SHEETS ABOUT TUB SIZE OF FOOLS
CAP, saitabi for Plani, Surveys, Exchequer Bills, Ac.. As
This paper is mad out of linen, and. ia almost Indestructible
with ordinary usage. For sale by
"9 2n H. M. WHITNEY.
i lS7t. ,vr,rTi
V HILO, II . 1 .
Sugar and Molasses.
CI HOP COMING IN AND FOR S 1 LE IN
J u,uiiliti:s to suit purchaser, by
72a 6m WAI.KI R A ALLF.N, Agents.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
Sugar mid Moltssne-Crop IHTO,
flOMIXC IN. FOR SALE IN tiUANTI-
ilKs tu suit purchanei', by
WALK Kit & ALLF.N, Agents.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
I'. II. IIOYD.
Choicest Meats from finest Lerds. Poultry, Flnh, Vei-etublei
ec, furniehtd to ordtr. 720 ly
A'7.V STREET, HONOLULU. CH7 ly
VKW CKOP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. lor Sale by
710 6tu ('. HRKWER K Co., igent.
Sugar and JIolunnot Crop 1H?U.
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN (t'ANTI
TI KS to suit purclinsers, by
700 tiin WALKER A A I.I. EN. Agent.
11 vvaii3 ii:atiii:i: :
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR MUPPLV FROM THECri K.
For nnle at the lowest market rales by
692 ly A. S. CLKOIIOKN, Agent.
II. Cornwrll, I'roprletor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
ROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in loll to suit purchasers. Apply to
695 ly KO. C. Mcl.KAN, Agent.
PERIODICAL AUD NEWS AGENCY
For the North Pacific.
IJ-.1VING BEEN FOR TWKNTY YEARS
Established in this City as Agent
Leading American and Knropean
.llaaziiits and .cwinpcix !
Enjoying Unrivalled FarilUUs for Supplying Sib-
I kcnbcr.i at Jjms C0.1t aiul iati tjrmttr rtgu-
iuriit Utan liinj can obtain, their
I'friwJii'itls through viij
The undersigned solicits the continuance of the patronnge of
bis friends and patroun, who will be served with promptness
and entire satisfaction, even iu the noalleit matters. :
y the steam line NEW YORK AND LUNDON l'UBLI.
CATioN'U will be furninbed t- subscribers
Withiw JO to 4 0 days from the sIrIo of
And at priors that tin rely cover the cost of the subscription and
postages thereon. Notwithstanding the increase if American
postage, I shall continue to supply my subscribers at the old
A discount of 10 per cent, from the schedule price wilt tnt
allowed, where over twenty dollars' worth of periodicals are
subscribed for at one tiuie and paid for iu advauce.
As the American aud Hawaiiau ogtapri now amount to Jour
cents on a single paper, or $2 Oi per annum, person! who have
heretofore obtained their periodicals by mail direct to their ad
dress, will find it to their interest to obtain them through this
Papers Delivered Free f Postage or other Charge.
In any part of the ;ronp.
Hack numbers nf the leading Mngsr.Inei, alno of Harper'
Weekly, Leslie's Illustrated and the London News always on
hand. Files uiade up at abort notice fot whulfiaen and trav
Subscriptions Payable A!wnyii Advance
New York Herald,....
" 11 Tribuue...
Boston Journnl. ..... .
New York Ledger, (a Htory Family Paer
lsne muniracu iew.aper,( weekly)
Harper'N Weekly, .....
Hai -r'n Baaar (weekly)
hun Francisco Weeklies, each.
Appleton'i Weekly Journal ...
New York Courier ilea Etnti Unn. ,
" " Zeitimg (Merman)....
Pan Franriaco French Couiier. ...
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.. N 00
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The Nation, wetkly ...
The American Agricultural.......
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Mew York Evangelist...
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Harper's Monthly Magaxlne,..
. 6 00
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Atlantic Monthly Magazine,
Leslie'a Magazine nf Fakbion,. . .
Hunt's Merchants' Magaxlue,...
London Cornhill Magaxine,..
Blackwood and the 4 British Ouarterlles.
Either one of the 4 British Quarterlies...
txiuion Art Journal
..... V nM T.' I . .
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Detoorest'i Magazine of Fashion..
Littell's Living Age
All the Year Round
The Oalazy (semi-monthly)
North American Review, (Quarterly).
Hour at iiome.......
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Arthur's Home Magazine
London Illustrated News, (weekly,)
' Punch, (weekly)
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The above list comprises the best of British and American
periodical literature. They are regularly received by each
packet from the United Elates, and can be supplied on
application. The undersigned wiiialioorderby mail any paper
not In the above list for those who may desire tliein.
Besides the above, the following paper can alwayt be bad at
the counter on the arrival of each mail :
Oregou papers. New Bedford paperi,
Cincinnati papers, California papers,
Mkine papers, Worcester papers,
Kansas paper. Boston paper,
And many otberi, too numerous to ipecify.
The following are received by Ex pi-en regularly, and gener i
ally in advance of thi maili. They will be forwarded to sub
scriber by me, all postage prepaid, at lite annexed term .
Weekly Bulletin, t Pr nnam
Alia,.. ............ ........-
Sacramento Union, '
If. B. The undersigned ha au agent In Sao Francises, I
secure and forward the abovi paper, which are often pc' 00
board after lha vessel are under sail, without regard to
pense thus enabling subscriber to obtain their paper moro
promptly than in any other way. wmTW,y
WITH MAP OF TIIE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS printed on them, can be had at tha Bookstore.
c,l Prlcet I2J Cis., or ! per Ioki.