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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 13, 1S70.
C SIX DO LI. 4 IIS lEK ANNIM.
) VOL. XV. ' 1. XV DOLE Ns. 14.
CAEga pnotva 10 uae bignesi styie 01 toe in.
il k I- mil k iM
There is an angel ever near.
When toil and trouble vex and try,
That bi.ls our fainting bearta take cheer.
And whispers to ns " By-and-by."
We hear it at our mother's knee ;
itb tender smile and lore-lit eye,
rihe grant me boon 00 child ih plea,
la these soft accents Dy-nd-by."
What vision crowd the youthful breast
What holy aspirations high
Nerve tke young heart t do its best.
And what the promise " Bj-aud-l-y."
The maiden sitting aad and lone,
Iler thoughts half ottered with a sigh,
Norses the grief she will not own,
And dreams bright dreams of4 By-and-by."
The pale young wile dries op ber tears,
And stills ber resile infant', cry.
To catch the ceruing stop, tol bears.
How sadly whispered By-and-by."
And manhood with his strength and will,
To breast life's ills and Cue defy,
Tb'xigti fame and furtuue be bis, still
II.M plans that 1 e In" By-aod-by."
The dtitu'e, buse scanty fare
The weary task can scarce supply,
Cheat the grim visage si" Despair
W iih llopea fair promise By-and-l.y."
The millions whom oppression wrongs,
H-n.1 op to Leaven their waiiiiui cry,
And, writhing in the tyrant's thoiigs.
Still hope fr freedom 44 By-aiMl-by."
Thus ever o'er life's ragged way.
This ai.tfri, bending from the sky,
Beguiles our sorrow, day by day,
W ith her sweet whUperuigs4 By-and-by .
THE GREAT WALKING MATCH.
Wetou Wins the Waser-He Walks One
Hundred Miles in Twenty-one Hours
and Fortf Slinntes.
To walk is to walk Weston walks. There is
no mistake about that. Moat men try to walk,
but there are verj few who Lave ever attempted
to walk fur their bread and butter. Weston has
tried it several times, and is eaid to hare iailed
once because failure paid better than the prize
which was to be Lis if ha honestly won it and on
other occasions well, no one exactly knows why.
Indeed, a few declare he never did lail. Imagine
a stoat, good-lookiDg man, close shaven, a really
intelligent face, somewhere in the neighborhood
of the first thirties a fine muscular development,
and you have a pretty accurate idea of the man
who thinks he understands the man cement of bis
legs. Ten o'clock, and fifteen minutes will bet
ter demonstrate his ability in that direction. As
a man who can walk a good piece, if he is given
time. enough, Weeton bag few superiors. An a
yuan who wants 1,500 badly, and is willing to
wnp up his legs to that tunc, if by any possi
bility those legs can be made to earn it, he has
no equal ; they work as if they were bound to
Weston is said to be very nervous all men are
when they want a pocket full of greenbacks, and
depend upon muscle to provide it. Muscle some
times coed back on a fellow. It won't do to de
pend on for steady diet, beefsteak and rolls.
This walking is really two or three shades more
respectable than prize-lighting. There is no flow
of claret, no black eyes, and no bruised noses,
with Weston, the sponge is used constantly, a
trifle more respectable than the ring, but what
man of brains and common sense enougn to keep
them steady, would even think ot requesting hi
legs to peform tho work of his cerebrum ?
Where this feat took place is situated at the cor
ner of Sixty-third street and Third avenue, is a
very pleasant well lighted place, a pavilion in the
middle, decorated with evergreen trees, and made
lively by the presence of a band, which discoursed
the wiliest kind of music, almost lending wings
to the pedestrian, who hopefully scampered by
Weston was dressed in black velvet tights, white
flannel under shirt, white cotton stockings, a lit
tie the worse for wear, and a common pair of
laced gaiters. IJis physician, a tall, dark-mus-tached,
rather serious looking customer, ap
proached once at least during each circuit, and
gave hi in a tonic, said to be peppermint. It is
reported by those who know that Weston is not
only a temperate man, but also had not touched
a drop of stimulant since fie com in en ecu to want.
A colored individual met him in the same way
passing him a sponge saturated with water, with
which he bathed his face, neck, hands and wrists
without slackening his pace in the least. Some
heavy betting was done late last evening outside
the Kink, and in the bar-room attached, but none
was allowed on the grounds. Every nerve was
trun& to its utmost tension, but never through
the whole walk was Weston ungraceful, or in the
At precisely eigLt o'clock he seated himself to
rest. lhe chain was mrown oacK, ana ueiu uy
his friends, while bis pbysieian wrapped him in
blankets, then his feet were carefully bathed,
consuming onlv a'Hut three minutes. At tne
time of this rest be had just finished his
Then Yankee Doodle struck up, and off he
went emiling and apparently comfortable. On
the next bent there was a little paltering, bat
Pop goes the VV esLHel and the generous applause
of the assembled multitude acted like a charm.
ATa n v srwirtinv men wptp nmipnl Amnnir thom
IVilkes, of the Spirit of the Times, w"ho has
always declared Weston a fraud and an imposi
tion ; also, uana, 01 tne oun, who, although a
professed walker, is nevertheless - fond of the
began to look a little dubious as he went steadily
on Wlinoub tne least jcrvcjniutc teeiing.
I wonder if he'll keep right on." I won
der if he will win." I guess this is his last
" Goinr to his last rest, you had better say.
If that was my husband I should die; I
wouldn't let him go to sleep again for a week,
for fear he would never wake up again.
Ile'll do it just as sure as you live," were
eome of tne expressions maae use 01 in ine im
were plentifully sprinkled among the audience
and all expressed sympathy with the beautiful
wife of the pedestrian, who in an elevated cur
tained platform looked anxiously on, sometimes
waving her handkerchief, and again throwing
kisses to the weary man as he hurried by. Seven
times round the ring made a little short of one
mile. This circuit he made several times in one
minute and forty-two seconds. To travel the
one hundred miles required the circuit to be
made 714 times. At 84 o'clock in the evening
he was eighteen minutes ahead of time. The
ninety-fifth mile he made in thirteen minatea and
forty-four seconds; the ninety-sixth in eleven
minutes and twenty-six seconds; the ninety
ninth in eleven minatea and fifty seconds; the
one hundredth in eleven minutes and forty-one
The whole larje and apparently very respecta
ble company seemed to be with the pedestrian
heart and soul. Whether, the pretty woman in
tl l.aJcony, beaming with excitement, and the
little curly-headed two-year old girl baby of
"wu o wu uu vujiijir lu uo wiLu mis, is iiard
" There's my papa," screamed the little one,
continually clapping her hands in great glee.
" Why don't that woman make that child stop
talking about her papa?" groaned a nervous
friend of the Weston's nerve. " What if he
But it was evident from the man's face and
manner, that the word fail was not in his dic
tionary, as he completed the ninety-fifth circuit
he said to some friends he espied among the
crowd. been offered 3,500 to sell out, but I
wouldn't do it for a minion."" '
' CO IT, OLD BOY,"
Was the cordial response. It was terrible to
see Weston whip his own legs. One man sung
out, as the lashes were laid on with an unsparing
liand : " Good ! where is Bergh ? That fool de
serves arrest for cruelty to a two-legged animal ! "
Toward the last, and when the crowd saw that
defeat was out of the question, a beautiful bouquet
was tossed to the man, who had made' op his
mind to be honest this time and win.
With a bow and a shout he ran quickly around
to the platform, where stood his wife, and tossed
it to her, and one or more kisses at the same
time. Then shout upon shout went up from the
excited audience, and the 44 walkist, without
having lost. a second's time, hurried on.
On tbe"laet round his trainer ran along beside
bim, with his ruffled shirt and jaunty white hat,
which he donned running, and presented himself
just fifteen minutes ahead of time, the fortunate
and honeet winner of 1,500.
He then ran lightly up the steps to his family,
received their congratulations, took his curly
haired girl on one arm and hia wife on the other,
and thus received the applause all were willing
to concede. Amid the wildest excitement, and
the inspiring tune of 44 Ilail to the Chief," Weston
was escorted to a carriage and rolled away, hav
ing once fairly, honorably won the race.
As announced by the judges, Weston finished
his task in 21 hours and 40 minutes. The laft
circuit was made in I minute 314 seconds. To
satisfy those who might doubt the exact measure
ment, Weston went around tho course three times
after time was finally called by the judges.
After he had finished his walk, be ascended to
the balcony over the judges stand, and, being
called upon for a speech, said that he bad been
assailed by a blackguard press, but he feared not
as long as Horace Greeley stood by him. The
editor of the Turf, Field and Farm had given
him fair play, but a blackguard press had con
stantly assailed him and called him a fraud. He
had been offered 5,500 to lose, but he had too
much at stake to listen to any such proposal.
His friends had placed confidence in him, and he
would not abuse that confidence.
DOUBT ABOUT THE CORRECTNESS OF TUB TIME.
Much doubt was expressed as to whether Wes
ton had walked the 100 miles in the time specified,
and a gentleman wanted to measure the course
after 'VV eston had finished his walk, but this was
not allowed, on the plea that the time required
to make such measurement alxmt fifteen minutes
would necessitate an expensive consumptiou of
gas. Xliere is little doubt in tne nuruU ef those
who ought to be capable of judging, that if the
measurement of the circuit of the track actually
walked by Weston was multiplied by the number
of circuits made, that the product would be
much less than the 100 miles claimed to have
been walked. The course was three feet four
inches wide, and Weston's track is close to the
inside of this track all the way round. N. Y.
Responsibilities of a Sea Captain.
If we regard the ship as a living monster forc
ing its way by its own peculiar organs of locomo
tion through these billows and etoruis, we must
consider the state room of the captain as the seat
of its brain. The duties of the commander of a
sea-going steamer are not only extremely various,
but they involve tlie possession of a combination
of mental qualities and attainments most diverse
in their character, many of them being such as
are seldom conferred by Nature, and are very
diScult of attainment, but which are all abso
lutely essential to the successful execution of his
charge. He must be a good ruler. No monarch
can be more absolute than he in the control of
everything on board his ship, from the time of
his dismissing the pilot at th commencement of
bis voyage, to his taking the pilot at the end of
it. He has, however, three different communi
ties to govern, entirely distinct from each other,
and involving quite different methods and princi
ples of treatment in the emergencies that occur.
There, are, first, the company of cabin passengers;
secondly, the ship's company, consisting of sea
men, engineers, firemen, cooks, and stewards,
Bometimes amounting to hundreds in number;
and, thirdly, tho emigrants a body of men,
women, and children, to the number often of
more than a thousand. Thus the commander of
one of these ships has intrusted to his charge a
heterogeneous community of one or two thousand
souls ; enough to form the population of quite a
town. These, all packed together in the closest
quarters, in the ship which he commands, he has
the responsibility of conveying through mists and
fales and driving Ftorms of snow and rain,
reasting the heaviest seas, and threading his
tortuous way among tides and currents, and
through fleets of fishermen, and among field. and
mountains of floating ice, with only a plank
between his world of human hopes and fears and
the world of waters, which, when in their angry
moods, rage and roar around him, as if eager to
make the ship and all its contents their prey. He
has to find his way over this pathless deep by
means of stars which are constantly in motion,
and by the sun, which on no two days pursues
. the same track through the skies. The needle of
his compass is liable to be disturbed in its indica
tions by causes. A blow struck upon any part
of bis iron ship may derange it; and upon the
variation of his chronometer to the amount of
the fraction of a second during the voyage the
question may depend whether be snail strike
upon a rock or enter the port in safety at the end
of it. One would suppose that the solicitude
and anxiety which would attend the sustaining
of responsibilities would be overwhelming. But
they are not so. Ne class of men enjoy better
health, or perhaps lead lives of greater freedom
from anxiety and care, than these commanders.
The reason is, they are a class thoroughly quali
fied for their work ; and men do easily what they
do well. From the 44 Ocean Steamer, " by Jacob
Abbott, in Harper's Magazine for July.
MtCOLGAJi Si. JOHNSON,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. .,
724 Opposite Tbeod. C Ileack's. ly
J. M WUITNETt D. D. S.,
Ornca via Da. HorrxASS's Dsco Stork,
CORNER OF KAAHUMANU AND MERCHANT STS.
691 Ogee boors from 9 a. m, till 2 r. M. ly
Attsraey and Cunsellor at Law.
Oifioe on Queen Street, opposite the Court Boose, up stairs.
rT. G. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice fa all the Coorts of the Kingdom, in both English
and Hawaiian languages.
692 QJJlcr on. Queen Street, opposite tke Court Home, ly
DILLIXGIIAM Sc. CO.,
IXrORTIIJl AID DKAXttS I
Hardware, Cntlery, Dry Goods, Paints and 0113,
and General Merchandise,
T27 If: M PUG STREET, HONOLULU. ly
tasntrss : CatDs.
TIIOS. G. THRUM.
Stenril fatter, Engraver, Copyist and Callgrapher.
740 ' Front Room over lhe Post Office, Honolulu. ly .
Dealer la Wines, Spirits, Ale aad Porter.
098 HoaiololM. ' ly
A. C. BCFFCM, M. D., -Physician
and Sargeon, .
Office and Residence, Aklrich House, Fort street . 733 ly
GEO. X . SH1PLET, M .
Chase's Bnitdiajr, FerTStreet.
Residence, Makai comer of Fort and Chaplain Sts,
If. E. McIXTVRE Si BROTHER,
Grocery, Feed Store and liakery,
Corner of King and Fort Streets, Honolulu, U. I. 635 ly
P. Am SCHAEFER Si. CO. .
Importers and Commission Merchants,
HONOLULU, 7&S ly HAW. ISLANDS.
JOHN TIIOS. WATKRHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General Merchandise,
7 A3 Queen Street, Honolulu. ly
FISCHER &. ROTH,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellow's Hall, Honolulu, II. I.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fort street, three doors helow Merchant Streets.
C. S. BARTOW,
Sales Rssn sa Qureii Street, one door Irons
733 aaabumanu street. ly
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
E. UOPPM AS.V'i M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Corner Merchant and Eaahamanu sts., near Postoffice.
C. BREWER ii CO.
Commission and Shipping Merchants,
709 Honolulu. On hit II. I.
E. O. IIALL Si SOX
Importers and Dealers iu Hardware, Dry Goods,
Paint, Oils, and Oeneral Merchandise.
700 Corner Fort and King Sts. ly
S. II. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
Office over Richardson's) Store, corner Fort and Merchant
ED. IIOFFSCIILAEGER Si CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
Corner or Fort and Merchant Streets.
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Money and Recruits furnished to Chips on Favorable Terms.
C. L. RICHARDS Si CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, and
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of Whalers and Merchant vessels.
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, (Drug Store of E.
Streh & Co.)
Ruidhci Chaplain St., between Nuuenu and Fort Sts
Owes Houad From 8 to 10 A. M., and from 3 to 6 P. M.
L . L. T O R B E R T ,
Dealer In all kinds of Cnililiiig Materials,
Paints and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Glass,
Sash, Blinds, Ooors, ire, t(C.
Orrica No. 20 Esflasadk, (727 ly) Opposite Cocbt Hocsb
Importer and Dealer In Boots, Shoes, Fine Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Perfumery, &c. .
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets,
723 HONOLULU, 11. I ly
THE NEWSPAPER KL'OKOA,
Published Weekly In the Hawaiian Language.
It has the largest circulation in the group, and is read both
by Uawaiians and Foreigners. Price $2 a year in ad
vance. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free of charge. Office over Post Office.
Commission Merchant and General igent,
Agent fur the Paukaa and Amauulu Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
Iu New Sloue Store, Nuuanu St., belew King.
C II ULAN Si BROTHER,
IXPORTBB4 Or ASD DKALKftd IS
China Goods of all Descriptions, and in all kinds of
Also, constantly on band, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
694 NUUANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
II Y MAN Si BROTHERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Dry Goods, Clothing,
IIAT3, URNISIIINO GOODS,
Ladies' and Gents' Boots and Shoes, Yankee Notions, tic, &r.
Capt. Snow's Building,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST., (723 ly) HONOLULU.
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel and Xuuanu Slrecls, Honolulu, H.l.
Betail Establishment on Xanana Street.
722 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
BOLLES St CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
(Jueen Street, Uonoluxu.
inn bt rcamssios TO
Messrs. C. A. Williams & Co. I Messrs. C. Brewer & Co.,
Mesers. Castle tt Cooke. I Messrs. II. Ilackfeld & Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards & Co. D. C Waterufan, Esq.
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, Island
Produce, it., and Commission Merchant.
Brraa's Bay. Hilo. S. I..
Will keep constantly on hand an extensire assortment of erery
description of goods required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Island Produce.
CT Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
THEO. U. J)AVIES,
(Late Jariion, 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, Kaahumanu and Queen Streets
717 ly -
AMX . CASTLS. J. B. ATHSBTOS. A. 8. COOZB.
CASTLE Si COOKE,
Importers and General Merchant.
Kiag street, apposite the Seamea's C
ALSO. AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jayats Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler 4- Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kohala Sugar Company, Hawaii.
The Haiku Sugar Company, Maui. .
The Hawaiian ttagmr Mills, Maui.
The Waialua tugai Plantation. Oahu.
The Lusiahal Bice Plantation. Kauai 716 ly
D. N. FLITNER,
. Continues his old business in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sua and star
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
neridiao of Honolulu. Particular attention giren to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silrered and adjusted Chans and
nautical instruments constantly on -739
. 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 Exchange, Oil,
Bone, Oeneral Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaao Howuajtd, J. & Co., New Bedford
W. G. B. Por , Esq.. do.
J. C. Mbbbili. k Co., San Francisco
739 ly :-
ALEX, J. CART WRIGHT.
Commission Merchant aud General Shipping A;ent,
739 Honolulu. Oahu. ly
LEWERS & DICKSON.
Dealers la Lumber and Building Materials,
. 8. WALK BR.
S. C. ALLBM
WALKER St ALLEN,
Shipping aad Commission Merchants,
735 " HONOLULU, H. L ,
W. HUMPH REVS,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In Wines, Spirits,
Ale aud Porter, etc., etc.,
729 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU, H. I. ly
U. C. CBALLAMKL II. A. BLCXB.
CHALLAMBL Si CO..
Importers and Dealers lit Wines, Spirits, Ales, &e.,
No. 8 NUUANU STREET,
Opposite Merchaut street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
PHILLIPS Si CO..
Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, Boots, Shoes, flats,
Men's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
No. MERCHANT ST., (727 6m) 'HONOLULU.
AFOXG Si A CHUCK.
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In General
Merchandise and Chinese Goods. :
Fi re-proof Store, Xumiiiiu Street,
Under the Public Hall. 7u lys.
W. C. JONES,
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
Will practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom. He will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai, Maui and Hawaii,
and visit either of those lulu rids on
special business. t .
690 Office near the Court House. iy
M. S. GRINBAUM Si CO..
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable
Clothing, Hats, Caps,-Boots and Shoos,
And every variety of Qentlemeu's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by V.VA Aldrich,
702 JWaA-ee'a Block, Queeti St. ' ly
ALLEN At CHILLING WORTH,
Will continue the General Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish
the justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such wther recruits as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
2P 1.X- O O O X O 11 XX A XX d. .
UISIIOP Si CO.. Bankeri,
Office, in the cast corner of Makee's Block,
Kaatiumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchange on"
The Rank op California, San Francisco
Messrs Lkks if Waller, - - New York,
Tkkmont National Bank, - - ' Boston.
Orikntal Bank Corporation. - London, and
Branches in Sydney and Melbourne.
Bank ot New Zealand, - Auckland, N. Z.
Messrs. Makccard, Andrb & Co., Paris.
Agents Pacific Insurance Co. and Manhattan Lifk Insur
a ncb Co. 739 ly
WILL BR ATTRNDKO TO BT
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OLD
and contiictinfT Surveys of Town Lota, also, to drawing
Plans and Translating Notes. ,
try- Leave orders at Office of S. Ii. POLK. 708 ly
Sugar and Molasses.
CiROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit purchasers, by
722 Cm WALKER h ALLEN, Agents.
Sugar and Molasses Crop 1870,
DOMING IN, FOR SALE IN Q.UANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
WALKER k ALLEN, Agent.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
Sugar and Molasses Crop 1870,
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
721 6m WALKER & ALLEN, Agents.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. BOYD.
Choicest Meats from finest herds.
4rC, furnished to order.
Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
KING STREET, HONOLULU. 1 740 ly
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELE
BRATED WAIMEA TANNERY,
For sale at the lowest market rates by
692 ly A. S. CLEQnORN, Agent. .
II. Cornwrll, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
C1ROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
M. in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
GEO. C. McLEAN, Agent.
jTEW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For Sale by
740 6m C. BKKWER & Co., agents.
MESSRS. C. BORNIIOLT
and Frank W. Dunn having entered
into partnership as Butchers in gen
eral, will earrr on business at the old
stand of O. Bornholt 011 Nuuanu street, next door but one to
Messrs. Lore's Steam Bakery, nnder the old title of WASH
They take this opportunity of soliciting the continued custom
of the old patrons of the market, as well as of their friends and
the public in general.
Beer, Motion. Veal and Lamb on hand at all hours, and on
the most reasonable terms. 735 3m -
New Goods per Str. Idaho.
A FINE ASSORT
Ladies' and Misses' Boots and Shoes,
GOTS' BEST BOOTS,
BOYS FINE BOOTS AND SHOES !
A II the Late aad New Style of
Dry and Fancy Goods!
" FOR SALE CHEAPCALL AND SEE.
72 6m J. DAVIS Si CO.
IVIRS. IS. BORRES
BEGS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
having bought the entire stock of Mr. Johnston's
Tobacco and Candy Store,
. NUUANU STREET.
Opposite to Messrs. Afong ft A chuck, and having made ar
rangements for receiving
RECrLlR SITPLIES OF FEES II CA5DIES, &C,
She will continue this business as heretofore, soliciting the kind
patronage of her friends Mid the public generally. 716 Cm
IIILU, II. I.
S A W. UuL HI . CASJTEK,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
NEXT DOOR ABOVE L.
03 MERCHANT TAILOR,
IA HOTEL STREET, Wk
if J 712 ly Opposite C. K. Williams. if,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
King Street, next to Betlicl Vestry.
Honolulu. H. I. 727 ly
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where alt work from tlii or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. 7U'J ly
D ALTON 6c BLAUVELT,
Saddle mid Harness IVXakers,
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming in all ihPfcCg?
Order3 from the other Islands promptly attended to. 735 ly
E. Ii. ADDDRIjlY,
SADDLE 6c HARNESS MAKER,
fg. COKNEU rvjrw?o
ggFort and Hotel Streets, Ilonoluln. E&SlS
XT Curriasrcs Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to pi ontptly. 690 ly
Boot and fcSlioe Maker.
Manufacturing and Repairing done in a Workmanlike
Hotel st, opposite the Bell Tower, ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON II A NO AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known
WAIMCA TANJiK RY C. NOTLEY.
By (722 ly) A. S. CLEQIIOUN, Agent.
J. T. CIIAYTEK,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH.
,J 'v Shop ou the Esplanade, near the Cns-
--3 turn mivusc,
Where he is prepared to execute all orders
in his line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner.
Horseshoeing done with neatness and dispatch. 711-ly
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OP
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
ITT Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de
scriptions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at 80 and 88 Kinx street.
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spectfully inform tbe public that he is prepared to cast
and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
O" AU kinds of ship aud plantation worV furnished on short
O" Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following,
sires : i, . 1, 1J, 2 and 2$. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
695 ly King street.
KALI HI SOAP WORKS,
BY W. II. IIUDDY.
T1HE PROPRIETOR OP THE ABOVE
WORKS is prepared to supply Customers and the Public
With tbe Rest Yellow Soap.
C SOFT SOAP always on hand. 722 6m
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY RAWLINS & MITCHELL.
rJ'.HE PROPRIETORS OP THE ABOVE
M Works are prepared to supply customers, and the pub
tie in general, with the best quality YELLOW SOAP.
SOFT SUA P alwar oa baud.
Ths IIichbst Price paid roK Soap Gkbask. 701 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
C'Vw. GRAY & CO., LELEO,
Office. Xo. 30 Fort Street, Honolulu.)
Mannfattnrers and Dealers In all kinds of Soap.
Or Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. 698 ly
J AS. L. LEWIS,
OOOIMIR ARD Ci AUGER,
At tbe Old Stnntl,
Corner of King1 and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL S HOOKS and all kinds or Coop,
eriug Material constantly on hand.
lie 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, his thanks.
A. D. HOLSTER,
(Formerly of the firm of Dickson & Bolster,)
JXTo. 98 Siiag Street,
NEXT TO DUFFIN'S MARKET,
Begs to inform his friends and the public
generally that he is now prepared to
carry on the Painting Business in all its
Branches at his New etand.
No. 98 Kiugitreet, Hoaolnla.
All Orders left at the Shop, or at Dulfin's Market, will meet
with prompt attention. 73S 6m
F. H. & C. SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Sanann Street, bet. Merchant and Qneen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stores, Lead Pipe, Gaiv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Ilose
Bibbs, etop Cocks, India Rubber Ilose best 3-ply in
lengths of 25 and 60 fret, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Also, a very large stock of Tinware of erery descrip
tion. Jobblng-and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention giren to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citizens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by sti let
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
a-r Orders from the other blands will be carefully attended
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
76 Kiw. Street, IleaelailH.
REPAIRING DONE WITH CARE
Particular attention giren to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
itt Orders from the other Islands promptly executed.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPANY.
IJAKE ALL KINDS OF
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
- CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
Also, Boilers, Coolers and Sheet Iron Work, and all kinds ot
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS.
A large stock of Piping. Klbows, Tees, Biass Valves and
Cocks, Sheet Iron, Boiler Plate, Bar Iron, Centrifugal Wires,
India Robber Packing, and erery description of Machinery
always on hand.
1 Great Variety of Machinery on band k for Sale Lew.
733 Jy HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
727 Near the Pruir Store of K. frm-lis Co. ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
NO. U FORT ST LOWER DOOR)
718 j Opxsite Lewers tt Dickson's.
J. II. WICKE,
C A 15 I IV Ii T ,11 A ii II K ,
ALAKEA KTKBKT BKLOW TUB TBKATRK.
Purniture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 723 ly
FOICT STREET, opposite C. E.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
formed a Partnership under the name ami
stvie of J. M. OAT. Sit-. & CO., to c-irry on
! S. ll. M PiilL5 fEU-f !! Ill Mil l' ----"
branches, st the old siaud of J. il Out on Kaal.uiusnu street,
Honolulu. Thiy are prepared to exreute all orlers entrusted
to them with promptness, and in ttieK-t style of workmanship.
They return their thinks to thrir friends Tor former ravors,
and kolicit a continuance of their putronage.
J. M. OAT, SR.,
W. . WXL8KY,
Honolulu, June 9. 1870 "33 3m J. M. OAT. Jit.
Corner of Queen and Richards Streets.
To tlio OLstvclios S
FLITIXG ! FLITIaG! AM) CUIUl'IXG D0XE
Bedding, Towels, Napkins, and nil Unstarched Clothing done
st lieduced Hates.
Geuta and Ship' Work Solicited.
JT Wagon in attendance. B. 11. LYON,
720 6m Proprietor.
HAS REMOVED TO THE
uw in. 4U 'ort atreet-
WHERE HE WILL ATTEND TO ALL OKtS
LOCK, (.IV AD GK.VKRAL IMPAIR LINK,
He will give specinl stt.-ntion to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulating hewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every description.
ALSO. ON HAND ASD FOR BALK CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cans, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ac.
dewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extia and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice.
COLB A tlK. IT IS THI KIMODOM OK
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
Ships' Cabin Stoics,
BEST 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE.
Cast Iron Washstauds. farmers' Cauldrons,
Catt Iron finks, 1)ouk1i I'umps, No. 0 to
Japanm-d Tin for Signs, SlarMe Wash basins,
Tin Plate, tfueet Iron,
Dixon's best Stove Polish,
- Sheet Copper, 4x(i fl. -ZO to GO ox.
Will also find erery description of JAPANNED WARE, and
many other things useful in the Kite-hen. at tbe Btore of
J. NOTT & CO.,
Practical Braziers, Copper and Tinsmiths,
Where they are ready to furnish Planters and others with erery
Copper and Tin Work.
m- Work on VuilrrHigs, Gutters, iouts. Water-pipes, Roof
fing, or any thing in our line will be attended to with prompt
ness, 721 At Xo. 9 KashBBinaa Street. ly
Xo. 5 Merchant street, opposite Sailor's Home,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
V J'-ej.' I1A8 tU.ialA.iIhl U. IIAA1I
Which lie offers for-nale at the loxcest market prices.
Sets of best Black Walnut Parlor Furniture,
Spring back Easy Chairs, Lounges, Mattresses.
XT Hair and Spring Mattrasses. Window Phades and Slip
Covers made to order. Old Furniture re-upholstered, repaired
and varnished with warranted satisfaction.
Call and examine iny stock before purchasing elsewhere.
rjTerui Reasonable. -CE
AU orders from Ship-masters and the other Islands will be
promptly attended to. 714 1
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
WE BEST ASSORTMENT IX THE CITY
can be found at
II. JL,. CHASE'S,
IN FORT STREET.
SHAKER HERBS OF VARIOUS KINDS,
723 Such as are used in domestic practice. 1
URIXO MY TEMPORARY A BSEXCE
from this Kingdom, WILLIAM C. PAKKK, Esq., of
Honolulu, and T. W. EVERETT, Esq. of Waikapa, Island of
Haul, will act ss my Agect,under Power of Attorney, lor their
respective Islands, and any debts contracted without their ap
proval and consent, will be conscientiously repudiated by
725 6m P. II. TKEADWAY.
CHESTS OP POUCIIONO TEA
Superior Article. For sale by
IT J. sale by
AXD PILOT BREAD FOR
(737 Itn) WALKER ALLEN.
ALIPORXIA AXD OREGON OATS FOR
sal by (737 lm)
3 A 7-8, 1 AXD 1
by (737 lm)
8. 1 AXD 1 1-4 IXCH FOR SALE
-g Q NEW IROX COOLERS FOR SALE
WALKER A ALLEN.
A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF OLD
fm. Kona Coffee for sale in quantities to suit purchasers by
7371m WALKER A ALLEN.
On BALES 40 INCH
3 sale by (737 lm)
WALKER A ALLEN.
TTXITED STATES BOXDS OF IXDEBT
mJ . DNS3, (6-20's or any other class of bonds.)
Cashed at the highest rales.
n. m. wnrrsKr.
F. A. SCHAEFCR,
AO EXT llrrmrn llonrd of 1'n.lrrwrilf n,
Ariil DrrtsrH ltenttl f l'sil rwrllrn,
A'f-nl Vlrnuit llsnrd mf I'mlr rwrlli r.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND I: DIN IHJRU II.
CAPITA 1 C2.000.000
Arcunialstrtl ai d luvrslrtl Fstwtl, Jt,laH,l I H
fSIIIE IT X I) KKS I fj NED HAVE IIF.KX A I
M lINTK.I AtlKNTS lr the f iinlwl. Ii lata ils. and are
aulhoriseil to Insert! atrniiint Eire upon fiivorahls terms.
Kinks tnken in aiy purl or the Iiilumls on Wooden liuiLllns,
and Merchandise More.l llirr. in, Drllun lloust'S and I'm ui
ture, I imher, Coals, Plilps in Imrlwir (ill or widiout csririws or
under repair. 7) ly Eli. II Jr FaCU LA KliKH ft CO
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rill IK UXDKRMOXKD, A I. K X T S OF Till:
M IloMton llosril of I.'nderwritera, notilv Masb is of YcnH
aud others tlmt all hill for lli pmr. on Ve Is. aiid all bilU
for Oent-ral AreM(;e purpose, must be apprun d liy the An'nt
of the fto.ton L'nderwriiers, who must also be represenled on
all .urreys, or such bills will not le allowml.
LUS ly C. llliKYVKll A CO., Aireiits.
II A 51 D UKC. II -II II K 51 V. N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rvWlK UXDKRSIG XKD, IIAVI.; IlKICV
ft Apiw-.tuted Agents of the aUivo Con.pauy, are prrparrd
to Insure risks against Kirs on Ptone and l!rlrk Ituililliii;,
and on Mervbandie stored tlirrein, on most larorsbls tiruis.
for particulars apply at the iH"'f f -
K. A. BClIAK.mi A- CO.
Honolulu, May 4.1N08. Ctfl ly
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ot Hnn l-'rtniolHtto.
TMIK UXDKRSIUXF.D HAVIXO IIF.KX
apKlnted airi-tits for the above Company, Ix'g leave to
Inform thepublfo that they are row prepsred to iksuc
MARINE IXSURA Xt'E POLIt'I KS OX
CARGOES, FRKIUIIT sail 'I K I' A HI' II K,
694 ly WALKKK k AI.LKN.
TUB liltlTISII AXD FORKION
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCKPTS RISKS AT TIIR LOW F.ST
KATK8. The clause in the Policies of this Company ar
specially advanUgeous. I'llh.0. 11. DAIIW,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
Issues lire aud Life rllela
OX THK MOST LIUF.RAL TFRMS. ALL
Claims -or Losses settled with promptttuito.
702-ly I'll ICO. II. DAVIKf, AkhhI.
I M I U II I A L
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
(EafabllslM-d A. D. IS03.)
CASH CAPITAL, 10,000,0001
rain: uni)kkmjnki havixu iikf.x
ft Appointed Agent of the klxjve Couipauy for tlie Hawai
Are Prepared to Inanre Asninwt Fire
On Ilrirk, Btotie and Wood in UnlliliiiK, Mrrchamlise, Kurnl
lure, Ac, on the most favorable Utus. For pnrticuUrs spply
at the office of (601 ly) WALK Kit A ALLKN.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS, OVBU $36,000,000!
Cttfth Dividend, iu 18GH,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premium- Slay be Paid 8cuiNJ on sally or Quarterly.
ADAM8 St WILDKIt,
600 ly A f en Is for !h Ilawallaa Islands.
Life Insurance Company
s s i aar 1 u n li i; a nJ
rif n 1.1 vT . DIVI A I
WOODURIUUK S. tUMHTEAV rVcntMrr
Lt'CIA.N 8. WILCOX Uedical Kxamim r
OUCAMZCD IX 181C. CHARTER PKRPKTl AL.
A PI RELY MUTUAL COMPANY!
X u m Im r I a K orer CIO Mr mix r a.
Assets Jan, 1, 1870, over $27,500,000!
Surplus, over $3,600,000.
Total Claims by Death, (paid to date,) Over
Total Dividends, (paid to date,) Over $8,000,000.
Current Dividend from Fatly to Seventy per
Current Income, over $19,000,000 per Annum.
lis Income from Inter el alone More lutn Pays its
Claims by Death.
There being no stockholder It Sorplu helonis exe'oslvely
to the meoilers, and i equitably divided among them in
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS, which may be applied In reduction
of premium, or may be aocsmulatd at Interest for tli benefit
ol the Assured, or may be received by tbem In Cash.
l'aid-up Policies are (ranted after two or (nor year Prs
toiums bav beeo paid, thus practically making
All Policies Non-Forfeiting.
It issues Policies upon all desirable plans of In.oranre, an l
has adopted In Ils workings several SPECIAL FEATURES,
original with this Company and offered by no other.
LAST YEAR'S PROSPEROrS BISIXESS.
11,960 Policie Issued, Insuring about.. ...... ,.$39,000,000 00
Iocom received and accrued........ p,00t,00i bS
During iu last fiscal year this Company paid la dividend, to
the living and oa tbe ponciea of Iu deceased meaaber, Tu
Millions Two Ilandred and Korty-Flv Thonasud Two li a od red
sod fifty-Two Dollars, aud at U sms Uim add.d anor Uian
five Million Three Hundred and fifty Thousand Dollar to It
XT The whole record of this Company has been oo of prudent
management and prosperous advancement- Among tba older
and Leading Life I osu ratios Compunie Iu averse ratio of
spsnss to laooaa has, tbroogb U aUr history, bwa Ik
lowest of any.
further Information eonernirig this old and reliable Com
panygiveoby IIICNHY M. WIIITNKI'.
Agent for the Hawaiian Island.
Honolulu, October, 1809. . own tf
NOTHING II AS VEKV FOUND TO SUR
PASS Winter's Metallic Paint !
A a protection for all kind of Shed, Bulldln. Roofs, Boiler
Iron or Wood-work exposed So ths change incident to a tropi
cal climate. . It U anti-eorronire, reisu dampness and dene
decay, and I tbe only armor w bleu protects from all vicissitude.
For Sale Wholesale by C, Brewer & Co.,
And at retail by all enterprising dealer Ic Paint. ' T19 Out
SAIdT FOR SALE.
rmMIR AGENTS OF Til 13 PCUIjOA SALT
M. WORKS offer for sale by the Bar, barrel or Cargo, sillier
Table, Dairy or Coars Bait. The bait from the Work I of
superior quality, and can b had at reasonable rates on appli
es Uon to C. L. B.1CHAU.D8 c CO.,
729 3m - Agent.