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CARDS prinuu in in oija- j"
Little fresh violets,
Born io the will wood ;
Innocent childhood f
Hhy as the antekipe
I!rwn a a sary
Free a the wKxtntaia air,
Romping awl men j.
Blue ejtn and hasel eye
Peep from the btJ ,-,
Mliadcd by .un-honori.
Frayed at the ed:re '.
I'p in the apple tree,
lleallesa of dawr,
M anhod io embryo
Blare al the .iranger.
Out in the hilly patch
Heekit)f the berries
Under the orchard tn-e
Feasting on cherriew
Tramping the clover Lluaoma
Down 'nvng the grasses,
voice to hinder thetn.
Dear tail and lames !
No (rim proj.riety
Free aa the binllinf
Frmo city i-wtrictioo !
Cuininf the parent blond,
Sfrcnjlheaing eiwrh Biiiwrle,
Iiaoins health a rotor
'Uauiat bfe'a cowiuf bustle !
IVar little inancenu !
H-ifu ia the wiU md !
Ott, llkat all Utile ours
il kl aoch childhood !
(.mI1 blue apread over them,
C-l' (reen beoeatb them.
No aweeter heritage
Could we beqaeMh then.
? New York Correspondence Ho. 42.
J 7Ae ZfeefAocm " Fettival A Sketch of liev. O.
U. FriAhin'jhnm Ills Church ami Creed A
i OttluAic liifile.
V FROM Ot'R OWN CORRESPONDENT. J
J Nrw York, Juno 25th, 1870.
! Oar Tcstirtil, misnamed a llocthoven festival,
' has finished with a great flourish of trumpets
- -and firing of caonon, and a lue of $50,000 to its
: projectors; not. however, without having rcn
dcred the claeeic airs of " Yankee Doodle " and
"Shoo Fly" as effectively, perhaps, as those
chaste hamionieu were ever given to a refined and
cultivated audience of fifteen thousand .Americans.
"With the clone of the festival the hot weather
came, and the summer visitors are now in full
Z'tiii tomrJ k country.
But before the churches close for their eammer
' vacation let me sketch one of the ministers
I who, during the past season, has appeared as
f prominently before the American public as any
jj other clergyman of New York.
Rev. O. B. Froth ingham, the pastor of the
j Third Unitarian Church of this city, is the eon
i of Ilev. Dr. Frothingham of Boston, who died
I during the present year. He is known as the
leader of the more advanced wing of the Unita
j rians ; and to be in the van of Unitarian thought
in the United States is to occupy a position that
closely borders upon t!e heretical. In London
5 and in Belfast 1 was forcibly struck by the con
I eervativc and orthodox form in which British
Unitarianism presents itself. The theology of
"i James Martineau and of the lrifh Unitarians
would be almost too conservative for a fashion
able Presbyterian church in New York, or the
Plymouth Congregational pulpit of Brooklyn.
But American Unitarianism is more radical, and
Mr. Frotbingliam's Church of the Come
Outers," as it is sometimes called, presents a
platform broad enough to accommodate the dis-
cinlcs of Theodore Parker himself.
The Frothingham family is one of the finest in
New England, one that presents a rare combina
tion of character and of culture. Miss Frothing
ham, the sister of the subject of this sketch, is
an accomplished (Jerinan scholar, whose late
translation of Goethe's Hermann and Dorothea
is perhaps the best of its English renderings
The minister is a man of highly intellectual na
ture and presence, of medium stature and the
bilious sanguine temperament, and about fifty
years of age. He is a speaker of remarkable
culture. No preacher in New York can deliver,
without the use of notes, so finished, graceful,
and fluent a discourse. His elocution ia perfect
The charm of manner can hardly farther go than
in the delivery of Mr. Frothingham's Sunday
morning discourse. But the manner of any dis
course is presumably less important than the
matter ; and the thought of this eloquent minister
always command attention. It is too high and
cool a region of thought, in general, that Mr,
Frothingham occupies, to admit the most impas
sioned displays of oratory. The philosopher does
not readily become an orator ; and Mr. Frothing
ham treats of themes tliat do not invite the more
fervid flights of rhetoric. His nature, indeed, is
almost too intellectual in its public expression ;
he has not the magnetic quality that dictates the
moving eloquence of the greatest orators; he
gives the results of intellectual processes, but in
fuses them with less of passion than such a
thinker- as Theodore Parker habitually poured
into the crucible of his thought. Intellectually,
he is a thorough nationalist, holding that we
have the right of private judgment in matters of
religioa as well as io matters of lite rat are, art,
or science. ILeligion be regards as rather a spon
taneous growth of the human heart, than a
revelation from sources that are mainly external
to it. The Indian, the Chinese, the Mabomedan,
the Persian forms of faith and worship, he holds
to be intrinsically similar to the Christian, each
based upon the intrinsic religious nature of man,
and each, though varying from the other in its
degree of development, representing a' genuine
spiritual experience and meeting a vital want of
the races who have accepted it. But each reli
gion, argues Mr. Frothiagham, contains much
that is merely of temporary value ; and the de
sirability of a really Catholic Scripture, the
compilation of a volume from the sacred writings
of all the great religions, is therefore a favorite
idea of his. This standard Bible should contain
the best passages of Yedas, of the writings of
Confucius and ilencius, of the Koran, of the
Brahminic and the Hebrew scriptures, and of th
j'reek and the Eoman philosophic writers. An
odd mixture for a Bible, one says ; and doubtless
each one of the religious founders would look
askance upon such a melange of religious author
ship as a volume so composed would contain.
But the difference between all, says Mr. Frothing
ham, is rather external than in the essentials.
All religions natures, of whatever age, race, or
clime, have agreed in the religious spirit; and
their work as expressed in creeds or rules of
practice will be found to be animated by a single
idea, of which the diverse expression would give
such a charm and power to an integral scripture,
compofied as he desires, as could be found in none
of the fingle scriptures which express the reli
gious tendency and feeling of a single race. For
each religion, according to his view, contains
much that is general and permanent, combined
with that which is temporary and of merely
special adaptation ; and the integral scripture of
the philosopher should consist of the more fixed
elements in each of the great religions.
It will be seen from this ektch that Mr.
Frothingham 's views are anything but orthodox ;
yet in spite of heresy he manages to compel re
spect from those who differ the most widely from
him, and to attract, year after year, an audience
of the most intellectual and cultivated peoplo in
New York. This congregation worships in Lyric
Hall, on Sixth avenue, opposite the bite of the
old Cryetal Palace exhibition of 1335, a site
now occupied by a pretty garden known as
Reservoir Park." Among his auditors are such
people as the Braces, Youmanees, Oliver Johnson
of the Independent, WhitelawKeid or the Tribune,
and the accomplished and excellent Mrs. Calhoun
Bunklc; while the spiritualist are represented
by the genial and still young Andrew Jackson
Davis. Many others whose names arc known be
yond the limits of New York are to be found iu
this audience, which yearly increases in number.
Mr. Frothingham attracts not only by bis re
markable ability but by his profound, however
mistaken, sincerity. He has forgono popularity
in order to be true to his convictions. In the re
cent McFarland-Richardtion case, with which his
namo was connected, as the associate of Mr. II.
W. Beecher in jrfonning the ceremony of mar
riage at the Astor House, lie showed a degree of
courage in facing censure that far surpassed that
of Mr. Beecher, who was inclined to retreat from
the position Le had taken with reference to the
marriage. The New York Herald and the Sun,
which under the management of our New York
Dana has descended to the lowest depth of news
paper disgrace, were especially scurrilous toward
Mr. Frothingham ; and it was edifying to see
bow zealously these wretched sheets upheld tho
purity of our domestic institutions against such
" unsafe " men as Beecher and Frothingham.
In spite of opposition, the main hindrance to
Mr. Frothingham's achieving the widest popu
larity consists in the fact that he has no quality
of charlatancric about him, no talent of clap
trap. He is a gentleman by birth and breeding,
possesses an independent fortune, and preaches
because he believes that he has no right to be
idle. His sermons, reported and printed with
great care, are often distributed among the
audience on Sundays following their delivery.
There seems to be no reason why tho name of
O. B. Frothingham should not steadily gain in
distinction as that of one of the boldest and sin-
cercst preachers in America.
The 44 Fraternity Club," a literary society or
ganized last year in connection with his church,
has lately held its last meeting for tho season.
It numbers fifty or sixty of the most cultivated
young people in New York, and has semi-monthly
meetings, at which essays, a miscellaneous maga
zine, and a debate arc listened to in the order
named. It lias been a great succesd.
J. S. WILMS. S. O. ALLBX
WALKER Si. ALLEN,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
736 HONOLULU, H. I. ly
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In Wines, Spirits,
Ale and Porter, etc.. etc.,
729 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU, 11. I. ly
M. C. CBALLAMKL . 4. BLCHB.
CIIALLAMEL Si. CO..
Importers and Dealers In Wines, Spirits, Ales, 4c,
JVo. 8 NUUANU STREET,
729 Opposite Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
M . PHILLIPS t CO..
Wholesale Dealers In Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Men's Famishing and Fancy Goods,
No. 4 MERCHANT ST., (727 6m) HONOLULU.
AFOXG Si. ACIIL'CK,
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers la General
Merchandise and Chinese Goods.
Fire araef Store, Nnstaud Street,
Under the PoUic II ail. 7m Jy
M. S. GRINBAUM Sc. COM
Importers and Wholesale Dealers la Fashionable
Clothlnz, Uats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich,
703 Makee-t Block, (ueen at. ly
J. M. WIIITXEV. D. D. S
ornct orsa Da. Uorrxass's Daco Stosb,
CORNER OF K A AHUM AN U AND MERCHANT STS.
69 Office hours from 9 a. m. till 2 F. M. ly
Attorney ard Counsellor at Law.
OaVe on Queen Street, opposite the Court Uoose, up stairs.
R . G. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice In ail the Coarts of the Kingdom, la Loth English
aad Hawaiian languafea.
602 CjJKce n Queen, Street, opposite the Court House, ly
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
UfPORTBKJ AXD DKALU3 IS
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils,
and General Merchandise,
727 N: 95 KINO STREET, HONOLULU. ly
VY. C. JONES,
Attorney at Law and Laad Agent.
Will practice In all the Coarta of the Kingdom. He will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai, Maui and Hawaii,
and visit either of those Iilsods on
630 Office near the Court Souse. iy
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
Agent for the Pankaa and Amauuln Sugar Plantations Im
porter ef Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale-dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
1st New Sfoste Score, NosmamSf., fcelew Kiaa
THE NEWSPAPER KUOKOA,
Finished Weekly la the Hawaiian Laagaage.
It has the largest circulation In the rroap, and Is read Both
by Uawaiians and Foreigners. Price $2 a year in ad
raaoe. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free of charge. OOice over Post Office.
Dealer la Wines, Spirits, Ale and Torter.
693 Hcflnln. lj
A. C. BlTFl'M, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office and Rew.lence, Aldrich Moose, Fort street 733 ly
GBO.T. SHIPLEY, M. D .,
Chase's Building, Fort Street.
731 Residence, Mahal corner of Fort and Chaplain Sta. ly
A. P. JUDO. - '
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fort street, three doora beluw Merchant dtrceta. 702 ly
C. S. BARTOW,
Snlra Rm on Qareu Slre-i. door Iron
733 Kaahamnnu street. If
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
C. BREWER St CO.
Commission and Shipping Merchants,
709 Honolulu. Oahu II. I. ' ly
II. E. MelXTVRE - BROTHER,
Grocery, Feed Store aud Cakery,
Corner of King and Fort Streets, Honolulu, II. I. 695 ly
P. A. SCHAEFER At CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
. . - ... mn-t II A 11 Idl A 1
Importer and Dealer In General Merchandise,
12ft Queen Street, Honolulu. ly
W. I CREEX,
General Commission Agent and Broker,
QUEEy STREET, 6S3 ly HONOLULU.
FISCHER Jt ROTH,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Frllow's lull, Honolulu, II. I.
E. O. II ALL Si. SOS,
Importers and Dealers In Uardnare, Dry Goods,
Paint, Oils, and General Merchandise.
700 Corner Fort and King BU. ly
S. B. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
Office over Rtckardton'a Store, corner fort and Merchant
717 ttrettt, Honolulu. ly
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
Importers and Commission. Merchants,
Corner of Fori und Mcrcfanul Street.
720 ly .
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Money and Recruits furnished to Ships on Favorable Terms.
McCOLGAN &. JOHNSON,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. I.,
724 Opposite Theod. C. Ileack's. ly
C. L. RICHARDS Si. CO.,
Ship Chandlers aud Commission Merchants, and
veaiers ia General merchandise,
Eeep constantly on hand afull assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of Whalers and Merchant vessels.
B. P. ADAMS. 8. O. WILDKR.
ADAMS St WILDER,
Anctloa and Commission Merchants,
FIRE PROOF STORE,
la Robinson Building, (tueen Street,
JOnv.-MeGREW. M. !.,
tnyslciaa and Surgeon.
Office Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, (Drug Store or E.
Stn hs & Co.)
Rksidkscr Chaplain St., between Nuuanu and Fort St
Orrica HOCKS From 8 to 10 A. M., and from 3 to 6 P. M.
L. L. TORBERT,
Dealer la all kinds of Bnilding Materials,
Paintt and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Glass,
Sash, Blinds, Doors, 4fC., fye.
Orrica No. 20 Esplasad , (727 ly) Oppositb Court nocsa
Importer and Dealer In Boots, Shoes, Fine Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Perfumery, 4c.
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets,
723 HONOLULU, II. I ly
CHULAX Si. BROTHER,
IMPOKTKR8 OF A5D DEALERS lit
Cblm Goods of all Desrrlptlons, and la all kinds of
Also, constantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
64 NUUANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
HVMAN Si. BROTHERS,
Wholesale and Ke tall Dealers In Dry Goods, Clotbln,
nATS, FURNISHING GOODS,
Ladles' and Gents' Boots and Shoes, Yankee Notions, ftc, &c.
Capt. Snow's Building,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST., (723 ly) HONOLULU.
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel and Xuuanu Streets, Honolulu, II. 1.
Retail Establishment on Xanana Street.
722 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
BOLLES Si. CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
a bps a a ar riniBiioi to
Messrs. C. A. Williams ft Co. i Messrs. C. Brewer & Co.,
Meters. Castle ft Cooke. I Messrs. II. Uackfeld ft Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards ft Co. D. C Waterman, Esq.
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, Island
Prednee, &e., and Commission Merchant.
Brrea's Bay. Hilo. S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Island Produce.
XT Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
THEO. II. DAVIES,
(Late Jaaion, Green if Co.)
Importer and Commission Merchant,
LLOYDS tr THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH if FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof Buildings, Kaaharoana and Queen Street!
sam'1. a. castle. j. m. athseto. a. s. oooaa.
CASTLE Si. COOKE.
Importers and General Merchants,
Klatc trees, oopewlte the Scaaes't C sua pel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jayrjea Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler 4r Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kohala Sugar Company, HawaiL
The Haiku Sugar Company, MauL
The Hawaiian Sngar Mills, MauL
The Waialua ttagai Plantation, Oahn.
The Lumahai Rice Plantation. Kauai 716 ly
WILL BB ATTISDIB TO BT
C. J. LYOIVS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OLD
and conflicting Surveys or Town Lota, also, to drawing
Plana and Translating Notes.
XT Leave orders at Office of S. B. DOLE. 70S ly
KIRS. B, BOKRES
BEGS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
bavins; bought the entire stock of Mr. Johnston's
Tobacco and Candy Store,
Opposite to Messrs. Afrrng ft Achuck, and having made ar
rangements for receiving
RECrLlR SIPPLIES OF FRESH C1XDIES, Ac,
She will continue this business as heretofore, soliciting the kind
patronage of her friends and the public generally. 710 6m
S A iff UJE I, IW . CARTER,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
NEXT DOOR AHOVE L. L. TORBERVS.
JO II IV AYLETT,
Wk HOTEL STREET, ft
JIX. 712 ly Opposite C. K. Williams. 'T
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Ring Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
4w Honolulu, H. I. 727 ly
DUKCAIV fc CROCKETT,
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. 709 ly
D ALTON 6l BLAUVELT,
Saddle and Harness Makers,'
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming in all Its1
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 735 ly
I). ii. ADDERIihY,
SADDLE 5c HARNESS MAKER,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolulu. aES
Tr Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to promptly. C90 ly
J. T. CHAYTER,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH.
v Mi oil on the KsnLinadc. niar Uir- Cns
'4-?r tout House,
Tti Where he is prepared to execute all orders
in his line with promptness ami in a wtrkmnnlike manner.
Horse-shoeing done with neatness and dispatch. 711-ly
OO Zixas Otroot, OO
If M . T . l"olv X E L L ,
IMPOHTKB AND M ASDPACTCKta OF
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
pSI (CT Old Furniture repaired and Mattresses of all de
ll scriptions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere cull at 8G and 8 8 King al reet.
. 633 ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer In Furniture
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite E. II. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 689-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-fS-l
spectfully inform the public that he is prepared to cast
Vf y and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
XT Constantly on hand, hose couptmps of the following,
sires: J, , 1, li, 2 and 2. Also, oil cups and gauga cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
695 ly King street.
KALIHI SOAP WORKS,
BY W. II. IIUDDY.
TM1K PROPRIETOR OP THE ABOVE
WORKS is prepared to supply Customers and the Public
With the Best Yellow Soap.
07 SOFT SOAP always on band. 722 6m
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY RAWLINS & MITCHELL.
faTiHE PROPRIETORS OF THE ABOVE
m Works are prepared tosupply customers, and the pub
lic in general, witn tne nest quality 1 KLIjUU SOAf
SOFT SOAP ulwnya on hand.
The Highest Prick paid for Soap Grrase. 701 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
C. W . GRAY & C O . , LELEO,
(Office, jVb. 30 Fort Street, Honolulu.)
Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds of Soap.
S7 Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. 69S ly
J AS. L. LEWIS,
COOP13U WD GAUGER,
At the Old Stand,
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL SIIOOKS and all kinds of Coop
ering Material constantly on hand.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a con
tinuance of the patronage which he has hitherto en
joyed, and for which he now returns bis thanks.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIUM-AND NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Mater, Soda and Butter Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKES, te.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked daily and
always on hand.
N. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
F. H. & C. SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Xanana Street, bet. Merchant and Qneen,
a HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, ftop Cocks, India Rubber Hose best 3-ply In
' " lengths of 25 and 60 feet, with Coupling and Pipe com.
plete. Also, 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 citisena of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by su let
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
XT Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
o. 686 ly
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
76 King Street, Honolulu.
REPAIRING DONE WITH CARE,
Particular attention given to
BlacksmitMng and Horse-shoeing.
XT Orders from Oie other Islands promptly executed.
5io. 5 merchant street, opposite Sailor's Dome,
IN .ILL ITS BRANCHES,
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
J-M a Urge rariety of
-i TTnMTLTW A TIT! T7TT7? WTTTTP V. J
Which he offer for sale at the lowest market prices.
Sets of best Black Walnut Parlor Furniture,
Spring back Easy Chairs, Loanges, Maitraases.
XT Hair and Spring Mattrasses. Window Shades and Slip
Covers made to order. Old Furniture' re-npbolstered, repaired
and varnished with warranted satisfaction.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
XT Ternsa ReaaaabIif..O
All orders from Ship-masters and the otter Islands will be
promptly attended to. 714 ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
HOTEL STREET, .
727 Near the Prog Store of E. Strehs Co. ly
AVI 1, 1,1 All CEARK,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
NO. 4 FORT STM (.LOWER DOOR)
716 ly Opposite Lewers a Dicksco's.
J. II. WICKE,
C A IH IV ET N A K E R ,
ALAKBA STREKT BELOW TBB THKATRB.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 723 ly
FORT STREET, opposite C. E. Williams' Cabinet
729 - Ware-room. ly
Boot sxncl Hlioe Maker.
ijy -m Blanufaccoring and Kepairing done in a Workmanlike
wl723 Hotel st, opposite the Bell Tower, ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Ooat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known
WAIMEA TANNERY C. NOT LEY
By (732 ly) ' , A. S. CLEGllOKN, Agent.
S AIL MAKING.
- THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE . -
A formed a Partnershio under the uauie and JrTNk
tvl(,,rj M. OAT. Sit., CO.. to c:irrv on Tvt-A
' the Sail Multifile Bu.ioeaa in all its
branches, at llie old stand of J. M. Oat on Kaahunianu street,
Honolulu. Th.-y are preprirwl to execute all orders entrusted
to them with promptness, and iu the beat style of a'orkmanabip.
They return their thsuiks to their friends for former favors,
and solicit a continuance of their patronage.
J. M. OAT, SR.,
W. O. WOOL3KV,
Honolulu, June 9, 1S70. 733 3m J. M. OAT, J K.
Corner of Queen nnd Richards Streets.
To tlio Iiadioa !
FLITIXGI FLLTLVG I AXD CBIMPIAG D0XE
Bedding, Towels, Napkins, and all Unstarched Clothing done
tit Keduced Kates.
Cent.' aud Ships Work Solicited.
XT Wagon In attendance. B. 11. LYON,
720 6m Proprietor.
IIILO, II . I .
Sugar and Molasses.
C1ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit purchasers, by
722 6m WALKER ft ALLEN, Agents.
Sugar and Molasses Crop 1870,
-HOMING IN, FOR SALE IN Q.UANTI
TlliS to suit purchasers, by
7Jtf 6m WALKER & ALLEN, Agent.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
Sugar and Molasses Crop I8T0,
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
Til ora tVALUCK s allui, Agenu.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. ROY P.
Choicest Meats from finest fcerds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
furnished to order. tm iy
HAWAIIAN LEATHER !
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELE-
For sale at the lowest market rales by
692 ly A. S. CLEGUORN, Agent.
II. Ceruwrll, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
695 ly GEO. C. McLEAN, Agent.
Ships' Cabin Stores,
EST 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE.
Cast Iron Washstands. Farmers' Cauldrons,
Cast Iron Sinks, Douglass Pumps, No. 0 to
Japanned Tin for Signs, Marble Wash Basins,
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron,
Dixon's best Stove Polish,
Sheet Copper, 4aG ft.--20 to GO oz.
Will also find every description of JAPANNED WARE, and
many other things useful in the Kitchen, at the Store of
J. NOTT & CO.,
Practical Braziers, Copper and Tinsmiths,
Where they are ready to furnish Planters and others with every
Copper and Tin Work.
IO" Work on Buildings, Gutters, Spouts, Water-pipes, Roof
fing, or any thing in our line will be attended to with prompt
ness, 724 At No. 9 Kanhamann Street. ly
CHEAP ! CHEAPER !! CHEAPEST ! !
S . 1Y1 A C N I N
BEGS LEAVE TO CALL THE ATTEN
TION ot bis numerous friends aud the Public in general
To the Large and Varied Assortment
Iry Goods, Clothing !
FANCY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, &c,
Ola Establishment, Corner Nanann and Marine Sts.,
HONOLULU, H. L.
New Goods per Str. Idaho.
JUST RECEIVED, A FINE ASSORT
Ladies' and Hisses' Boots and Shoes,
COTS' BEST BOOTS,
BOYS' FINE BOOTS AND SHOES I
AH the Late and New Stylea of
Dry and Panoy Goods!
FOR SALE CHEAPCALL AND SEE.
724 6m ' J. DAVIS Si. CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored thereto, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
F. A. SCHAEFER CO.
Honolulu, May 4. 1863. C91 ly
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT lirrwea Ussrd of L'ailerwrilrrs,
Arut Dread en Kaaril f I'ndr r Trllrra,
Aitrait Vicuna lisard of I'udrrwrltrra.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AN1 KDINUlTRfsII.
CAPITA L..'. .77TT. 2.000.000
Accuuiululrd luvmleil Knsil. 12,M38,tl8
milR UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A P
1 POINTED AGENTS lor Hie S.imlwlch Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire Uon f.iorlle terms.
Risks taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, limber. Coals, Ships in hnrlior with or without carries or
under repair. I7S1 ly KU. H JFFaCHLAEUElt CO
EOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rflllE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
M. ltoston Board of Underwriters, notify Masteis of Vessels
and others that all bill for Repairs on Vessils. aud all bills
for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Underwri:ers, who must also be represented on
all surveys, or such bills ill it be allowed.
60S ly U. BREWER ft CO., Agents.
MRRC HANTS' HI cITITAL
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Hnn Frunolsco,
rflHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
1 a;oiiited agenu for the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT aud TREASURE.
696 ly WALKER fe ALLEN.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATEd. The cliiusea In the I'olicies of this Company are
specially advantageous TUEl. II. DAWKS,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP' Y
Issues Fire and Ufc Policies
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims tor Losses settled with promptitude.
702-ly 1I1EO. 11. DA VIES. Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Eatabli.koJ A. I. 1803.)
CASH CAPITAL. ,8,000,000!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agents of the above Company for the Hawai
Are Prepared to Insnre Acainot Fire
On Brick. Stone and Wooden Buildings, Merchandise, Furni
ture, ftc, on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply
at the office of (681 ly) WALKER ft ALLEN.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF 1NETW YORK.
CASn ASSETS, OVER $36,000,000 !
Cash Dividends iu 1808,
Tho Largest Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premiums May be Paid SemMnnnally or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
699 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE C0MP7
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
With an accumulated Reserve Hind of over Twenty
Seven Million Dollars, is the
Oldest Mntnal Insurance Company In America,
lias the Largest amount of Assets,
The Largest Receipts and Smallest Expenses,
The Largest number of Members,
Pays the Largest Return Dividends,
And Is the most Liberal Co. la existence.
HAVING BEEN "APPOINTED AGENT
for the Hawaiian Islands of the above old and wealthy
Life Insurance Company, lam prepared to furnish any in
formation pertaining to Life Insursnce. and to receive ap
plications for the insuring of lives of any age between 14 and
60 years, on as favorable terms as are off red by any other
The attention of those contemplating insuring their own Uvea
or the lives of others, Is invited to the superior advantages
offered by this Company, In toe large amount of iu assets
and the consequent security afforded to the Insured. Its in
come from interest alone more than covers all the expenses. In
cluding payments on account of the death of members.
Circulars and all other desired information will be supplied
on application, personally or by letter, to
ii. 01. niiuLi,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Life Insurance Company
ZEPIIAMAII PRKSTON Vice President
KDWIN W. BRYANT Actuary
WOODBRIDGK S. OLMSTKAB rVcreUry
LUCIAN & WILCOX Medical Examiner
ORGANIZED I 1846. CHARTER. PERPETUAL.
A PURELY MUTUAL COMPANY I
Numbering ever CO Ale saber a.
Assets Jan. 1, 1870, over $27,500,000!
Surplus, over $9,800,000.
Total Claims ly Death, (paid to date,) Over
Total Dividends, paid to date,) Over $8,000,000.
Current Dividend from Forty to Seventy per
Current Income, over $19,000,000 per Annum.
Us Income from Interest alone More than Pays its
Claims by Death.
There beina no stockholders Its Surplus belongs exclusively
to the members, and ia equitably divided among them ia
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS, which may be applied la reduction
of premiums, or may be accumulated at Interest for tUs benefit
oi the Assured, or may be received by them la Cash.
Paid-up Policies are granted after two or more year Pre
miums have been paid, Urns practically making
AH Policies Non-Forfeiting.
It issue Policies upon all desirable plans of Insurance, and
has adopted in its workings seversl SPECIAL FEATURES,
original with this Company and offered by do other.
LAST TEAR'S PR0SPER0CS BCSIXESS.
11,960 Policies Issued, Insuring about $39,000,000 00
Income received and accrued V,0oi,GA3 as
During its last fiscal year this Company paid in dividends to
the living and on the policies of its deceased mem hers. Two
Millions Two Hundred and Forty-Five Thousand Two Hundred
and Fifty-Two Dollars, and at the same time added snore tbau
Firs Millions Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars to its
XT The whole record of Ibis Company has been one of prudent
management and prosperous advancement. Among the older
and Leading Life Insurance Companies Its average ratio of
expenses to income baa, through its entire history, been tho
lowest of any.
Farther information concerning this old and ratabla Com
pany given by HENRY M. WHITNEY,
Agent tor the Hawaiian Islands.
Honolulu October, 1869. . OVS tf
AMERICAN PUT GOODS
C. BREWER & CO.
HAVE FOR SALE,
Sheedns, Drillius, nnd Diulms,
ALES STARK MILLS A SHEETING.
Bales Stark MUls B Sheeting,
Bsles rtark Mills A Drllllrg.
Cases Powbattao Deuims,
Cases Mcrrlmac Denims,
Cnss Union Denims.
Gisi;Iiniii niul Cotton,
Cases Glasgow Mills Ginghams, .
Cases Bleached Battle Cottons,
Cast a Bleached Forevt Dell Cotto-is,
Cases Bleached Truckee River Cottons,
Cases Bleach rd F.dgsrtown Brown Cotlnns, '
Cases Blca. lUa k Ingham Brown Cottons
Cases " Athlon " Prints Green and Red.
Cases Oriental" Prints Ruff and Purple,
Cases " American n Prints Browns,
Cases u Cachcoo " I'rints llrowns,
Cases fine "Chlnts" Prluts -White.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments,
C IIR EWER At fo.
Kaolin, Fire Snnd,
1JIPE CLAY FOR SALE BY
',26 3m C. UK
C. BREW Ml if CO.
OF ALL SIZES WEIGHING FROM 700
TO 3.000 pounds.
ALSO, COUNTER SCALER.
For sale by
C. BREWER ft CO.,
C. BREWER ft CO.,
27 Queen street.
For sale by
JFirc, Fire, Fire !
14 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FROM
BOSTON, via Ban Francisco for sale by
0. BREWER ft CO.
N. B. Then Machines, so deserved! popular In the foiled
States, wber Uiey have saved millions of property, will be aoM
lor coat aud charges. (720 ly) C. B. ft CO.
IN VARIETY. OX VOKES
And other Agricultural Implements, fur sals by
726 3m 0. BRKWFR at CO.
Anchors and Chains.
ANCHORn FROM 1001000 LIIH.
AN I CHAINS " to I. For sate by
726 3m V. iniKWKK A CO.
Oak, AkIi, Hickory.
CfCTTfJp PLANK OF ASSORTED SIZES,
fjfA.y Imported expressly for
'CARRIAGE MAKERS' IJRI'.
For sato by (726 8m) C. BttF.WKtt at CO.
Carts and Wagons.
HEAVY HORSE CARTS.
Medium Horse Carts, .
Light Carts, for horses or mutes, of strong
mass, suitable (or town or plantation work.
Light Concord Wagons,
Light Hand Carts,
Heavy Hand Carta,
Canal Barrows, .
All of the above ars for sals low.
736 Sm C. BRKWKH if CO.
BARRELS A Nil HALF BAR
RELS Best Red SALMON. For sale by
C. BRKWXH As CO.
THe Iron Ago.
mjOTIIINO II AS BEEN FOUND TO SL'R-
Winter's Metallic Paint !
As a protection for all kinds of Sheds, Buildings, Roofs, Boilers
Iron or Wood-work exposed to the changes Incident to a tropi
cal climate. It is ami corrosive, resists dampness and defies
decay, and Is the only armor which protects from all rlclst lludes.
For Sale Wholesale by C. Brewer & Co.,
And at retail by all enterprising dealers It Paints. 719 6m
X HATCHETS. SHOVELS. CROWBARS
l For sals by (726 Sm) C. BRKWKR At CO.
Blank Legal Forms.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND
and will hereafter keep for sale, Black Forms, such as ar
nsed In the Lease, Bale or Purchase of Real Estate, klercanWla
Transactions, A-c, Ac. Among them may be found the lotlow-
CHARTER PARTY, for the Chartering of V easels,
POWER OF ATTORNEY. Throe or four different forms
of special and general Powers of Attorney ,
CUSTOM HOUSE POWER OF ATTORNEY,
CO-PARTNERSHIP, for Mercantile, Manufacturing or Agrt
LEASE of House or Land,
BILL OF SALE, of Registered Vessel,
BILL OF SALE, of Personal Property,
M0RT0A0E, of Real Estate,
CHATTEL MORTGAGE, of Furniture or Personal Property.
LEASE Or PERSONAL PROPERTY,
INDENTURE OF APPRENTICESHIP,
DEED Or REAL ESTATE,
LABOR CONTRACT, between Master and Servant, three
C0X8ULAR INVOICE and Certificate, for tntrchauTs and
bUIr"8 MANIFEST. Bills of Lading, As.. Ac.
tT These blanks are printed on the finest document imner
and In the latest style. Orders from ths other Is aodt promptly
Price per Sine! Copr, 15 CU. j or $2 per Doz.
for sale by (640 6m) II. If. WniTNET.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
fUIE BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY
JB can be found al
II. JLi. CHASE'S,
IN FORT STREET.
SHAKES HERBS OP VAM0TJS KINDS,
733 Aoch aa are nsed In domfwtls practice. Iy
SASaT for sai,e.
TUIE A OR NTS OF THE PUULOA SALT
WOKRS offer for sale by the Has. Barrel or Carro. either
Table, Dairy or Coarse Salt. Ths Bait from these Works is of
superior quality, and can be had at reasonable rates on appli
cation to U. L. RICHARDS it CO..
729 3m .gents.