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313 Front Si. San Francisco.
LEVERIDGE, WADHAMS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO R. O. SXEATH.)
Forwarding end Commission Merchants,
Partlealar Attention paid to Consliniments f
II. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
405 Fronf Sfrrf corner rf Clay St San Francisco.
Auckland, New Zealand,
GCOKGU THOKIVE, JR.,
SniPPWG AXD CEMXAL COJUllSSIOX AGEXT.
CT AD descriptions o Mercantile IntrU .tteDded tcx
B Aient tor the Pacific losurance Co. of Sydney, m. B. w.
1. 9. MILL.
job if c alexia
J. C. MERRILL & Co.,
Commission Merchants and Auctioneers,
204 and 206 California Street,
& j 1ST X--3l.3NT CISCO.
. ALSO. A0KNT3 OIT THI
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Partlmlaratteotion given to the sale and porchMe ol met
handlM, thip' business, sunpl ring whaleshipi, negotiating
'iAU freight arriving at San Francisco, by or to the Ho
nolwla Use of Packets, will beforwarJed rm or coaxrssioa.
XT Exchange on Honolulu bought and sold. JTk
Mr. C. L. Ri-br,L A Co : Honolulu
li. Haekfcld Co M
C. Brewer k Co
- Bishop Co... .
fjc.R. W.Wood .:
Hon. B.H. Allen... t
D. O. Waterman, H. ....... ...............
n27 Iy .
ST B. WILUAX, HIMT T. LCHAB, CHAS. . MOBOAg.
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO.,
No. 218 California Street,
74 6m SAN FRANCISCO.
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JAN ION.' RHODES & CO., '
Victoria, VaaetaTer'i Island.
n. B. Particular attention paid to consignments of Sandwich
Island Produce. . - 1 .
Victoria. V. I- January 1. 1863. , ; 33 ly
FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
AMD AGENTS O? . i
PACIFIC BARBEL AND KEG COMPANY
Are prepared to farnbh Krg and Barrel SbUafn
any quantity required, and respectfully solicit consignments of
B a gars and Island Pr.duce.
Mnn. Bishop Co..... Honolulu.
H.Backreld 4r Co ,
- Castle Cooke
No. 408 California Street, San Francisco.
748 fern .
BAKKOIV & AUSTIIV,
Merchants & General Commission Agents,
- ' - EYDSET, N. S. W.
ty A general aaortment of Ship Chandlery, Ship' Stores
and all kinds o Whaling Uear on hand.
XT Orders sopplied at the shortest notice and lowest rates.
XT W halers' Bills of Exchange negotiated on the most faror
abK terms. 73a ly
Mccracken, MERRiLL ot Co.,
HATING BEEN" ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
B I. sent business for upwards of seven yean, and being
located in a D re proof brick building, we are prepared to reoeire
and dispose of Island staples, such as Sapar, B.ice, Syrups, Pulu,
Couee. tc, to svlrantage. Uonsisnmenu espeeially solicited
for the Oregtwj market, tj which personal attention will be paid,
and apon which cash ad ranees will be made when required.
Sax Taacwco BsrCES:
BaJgcr A Lindeuberger, J as. Patrick A Co.,
red. Iken, W. T. Coleman ft Co.,
fiterens. Baker Co.
Port la 3i d RcrEacacas:
Allen Lewis. Ladd Jt Tilton. Leonard & Green
745 Walker & Allen. 17
e. Mai ,.... K- wiscHssraa t.
MAIN &. WINCHESTER,
MaacracvcBBBs aa wporrKM p
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
COLLARS, SADDLERY WARE, 4.,
No. 2 14 and 216 Battery Sf.,Sasi Frascincs
H. B. Good assortment Concord Stage Harness constantly
CROSSE & BUCR WELL'S
Celebrated Oilmen's Stores
ALL OF SUPERIOR QUALITy.
PICKLES, SAUCES, 8YRCP3,
JAMS, IS TIN3 AND JARS,
TART . WKCTti, DESSERT FRCIT3. ' ''
POTTED MEATS AND FISH.
PRESERVED - FRESH SALMON.
KIPPERED SALMON AND HERRINGS.
FRESH AND LOCnrXNE HERRINGS.
TRIED SOLES. '' ' '
FRESH AND FIN DON HADDOCKS.
' ' pt;r salad oil:';
' SOCTS, IN PINT AND QUART TINS. '
' PRESERVED MEATS IN TINS,
PRESERVED HAMS AND CHEESE. '
' PRESERVED BACON. "
0XF0KD AND CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGE.
" BOLOGNA SAUSAGE. ' .'
YORKSHIRE GAME PATES. ,
YORKSHIRE PORK PATES. .. -. t;
GALLANTINE3. , ; -
TOSaUES,. JBAWS. POULT E.T. ,
. PLUM PUDDINGS. , -LEA
k. PERItrSS' WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE.
Frtik rupphf of the aiiiH may tliMjri he had from every
Storekeeper tkmgkmct the World.' '
To prevent the fraud of refllling the bottles or Jars with native
. prndoetions, tbey ahosUd invariably a dettroyed
- when, empty. w .
Good shoald always be examined apon delivery, to detect any
. attempt at sabatitotlos) ot articles of inferior brands.
CROSSE & BLACKWELL,
PUBVETORS TO THB QUEEN. THE EMPEROR OF THE
FRENCH, AND THK KINtA OF THE BELGIANS,
I Golxo ' Bquaro, IjozicIoxl.
At the Paris Exhibition of 1857, THREE Prise Medals were
awarded to C&Ub8I( As BLACKWELL, for the marked
superiority of their prod actions. . .72S ly
OTHINC HAS BEEN FOUND TO SUR
PASS . . . t...r '
IVinter's Metallic Paint!
a a a nrotection for all kinds of Sheds, Bnildinrs! Roofs, Boilers.
Xoo or Wood-work exposed to the changes Incident id tropl-
aoX eUnsate. - It is aou-corroviTv. nauu oampoess ana aenes
4tcjJ Bud s the only armor which protects from sH vicwaitadea.
mt - .lit- t t rv t ' o. m.
" Y0T 5aie WilOiesaiC u v w."CWW w. VW.,
WJt. W !.
IMPORT EES 0 - ;
YAHKEE H0TI0NS, FAJCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
HOSIER T, ZEPIIYR WOOL, tic, AC.
RESIDENT BUYERS IN THE
;.st knd In K.rve;.Dd ' X
with the manoractores, we are euamcu t'-
best terms and to sell accordingly--
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and we invite the
Especial attention of Honolnln Merchants
to an examination of the same.
Particular attention given to Orders.
TOBIIt, DIXON DAVIS30N,
Comer Sutter fc Sansome Streets,
o29 Sao Frasiciwco. Cala.
' - - (PER MAIL STEAMER)
At Cheapest Rates, j
D. NICHOLSON & CO.,
Silk, "Woolen & Manchester Warehousemen
(Wholesale and Retail) .
India, Colonial and Foreign Outfitters,
50 TO 52 ST. PAUL'S CHtTRCIlTARD.
Corner of Ctieapside.) Loiulon.
INVITE THE ATTENTION" OF FAMILIES
residing abroad, to their Illustrated 130 page catatogoe,
containing foil particulars as to W oolen, Silk and Cotton Uoods
of every description.
Ladies' Clothing, Linens, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ribbons, Haberdnabery, Jewellery, A:c. ',
Contractors Tor Military and Police Accoutrement.
Household roruitare. Musical Instrumeuty, Ironmongery,
fire arms, Agricultural Implements, Cutlery, Carriages, .
Saddlery and Harness, Boots and Shoes, Wines.
Ales, Beets, Preserved Provisions, Stationery,
Books, Toys, Ac, Ac.
Shipped at Lowest Export Prices.
Sol Agents for the " Warner" an J the 44 Britannia" Sewing
Machines tar the City of London.
Foreign Produce disposed of for a Commission of 2J per cent.
Price List post free.
D. NICHOLSON & Co ,
5 O, 5 1 and 52 St. Paul's Churchyard, London.
TERMS : Not less than 50 per cent, to accompany Indents
and Balance against Bills of Lading. o29 6m
LEVERIDGE, EVERETT & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
''31 8 FRONT STREET, CORNER COMMERCIAL,"
Particular attention paid to Consignments of Island Produce.
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FARMERS AND GARDENERS ATTENTION.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY SEEDS AND
PLANTS that yon may surely rely on t
GO TO SEVIN VINCENT is. CO., '.
The well known Seed De ilers, 607 Sansome St., between Wash
ington and J.oksoa Streets, San Francisco, and Brooklyn,
Alameda County. Mr. Serin Vincent is the only Seed Grower
of California. He guarantees the soperfor quality of his seeds
and all those Imported be tests with the greatest care before
selling. Be sure be will sell you the best and cheapest.
- n2S lm
DECLARED BY CONNOISSEURS
TO BE TUB
OXCXji"V GcOOXJ !
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD.
The success of this most delicious and unrivalled Coiulimeiit
baring caoseil certain dealers to apply the name of Worces
tershire gauce" to their own luienor compounus, me ruuuc i.
hereby informed that' the only way to secure the genuine, is to
ASK FOR LEA & PERKINS' SAUCE,
and to see that their names are upon the wrapper, labels,
$ topper and bottle.
Some of the foreign markets having been supplied with a
spurious Worcestershire Saace, upon the wrapper and labels of
which the names of Lea and Perrius have bren forged, L. and
P. give notice that they have furnished their correspondents .
with power of attorney to take instant proceeding. s(r.;M
Manufacturers and Vendors of such, or any other imllutions
by which their right may be Infringed.
Ask for LEA & PERRINS SAUCE and see Name on Wrap
per. Label, Bottle, and Stopper.
Wholesale and for Export by the Proprietors, Worcester;
Crosse and Blackwell, London, Ac, Ac.j and by Grocers and
Oilmen universally. '
5 ly - THEO. H. DAVIES, Agent. Honolulu.
COURIER and IOI,AII
LIVERPOOL AND BOSTON
Cases of New and Fashionable
OFFICE STATIONERY !
Tlila u the
Lambert's Violet Ink, in Stands, Pints and Quarts.
only brand that will not I arte in tout climate.
li varieties of Glas Ink-Sunds,
12 varieties f Bronsed, Iron. Glass and Porcelain
Paper Weights and Pea Backs, "
lYaveliue screw-Up Ink-Stands,
Best White Stationers' Kubber,
- ' School Slates, I'eocil Sharpeners,
Rubber, Wood, Glass and Porcupine Pen holders all sites, -Robber-Tipped
Pencils, Propelling Pencils,
Lipuian's Eyelet Machines and Blocks,
' ". , .:. Six Sizes Bristol Board Cards, '
Key Kings, Kubber Bands,
Dominoes, AtUsnce Games,'
m Chalk Crayons,
. : . Slate Pencils.
Gillot's 303, 404 and Swan Pens.
. . .Washington Medallion Pen, - '
Superior Sealing Wax,,
' - - - Boxwood Rulers, from 10 to 24 inches,
-. ,- Bankers' Cases aad Wallets,
1 . , Transparent Slates, . '
i- ' -- Music Paier,
Colored arid Crayon Drawing Papers, : ,
. : Late Styles Wedding Envelopes, '
. Bine, Bed, Orange and Green Envelopes, . i .
Hand Magnifying Glasses,
.. Famt Boxes, large and small, "'
. Mathematical Instruments, .
J' ' ' Magic Lanterns,
. Visiting Cards,
Initial or Monogram Note Paper,
Fine Quills, Quill Pens, and QuDl Tooth-Picks, .
- Ivory Paper Knivs, Ivory Memorandums,
Patent Binders lor Letters or Magaainea,.
Carls of assorted' Pen-holders, ,
. f - 'r Writing Desks and Toorist Caes,
, Dissected Mans, 5fi wing Books, 1..
' ' - papier Macbe Portfolios,
. , . Cash Boxes, Sketch Books.
ALL WniCIl WILL BE ' ' !
SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH
: H. M. WHITNEY.
THE CELLAR OF THE PRESENT
poat-Offiee building, with a capacity of 300 t 400 tons
Is to let. ' If taken for a term of years, will be lei st
TiZr?- Aptiy: h. m: whttney:
Corner of Qneen and Richards Streets.
To "tlao Xjadles S
rLmiG I FLtTI.G ! AXD CSISIPII'C . DOSE
. TO ORDER. .
Bedding, Towels, Napkins, and all Unstarched Clothing done
- - - at Bedoced Bates.
Geau aad Ships1
XT Wagon la attendance. .
: - B. Hj LYON, " ;
Chart of Ike World,
ON MERCATOR'S t v.
hshed ia Gotba. One of the best and moat correct charts
,k. .;.;. ,n the recent discoveries
Price $10. on roll-
M. WHITNKV. i
' ': Florence, Not. 11. A special correspondent
telegrapha from Florence, on the 11th. that the
canws for the eleetion of the Italian Parliament
is proceeding in the country with great animation.
The clerical, party are actively at work in the
southern provinces in behalf of the candidates ith
nrinrinimi and where tbev are un-
i able to elect a canaiaaie 01 iuc vu. i
uib i cKt. ,i;,ioc, ,r tliM i
' ' :, ..a n rinff
tbeir support secreuy to iue j
mo8t violent Republicans. . u j
AVreat and growing dissatisfa
Papal States on account ol tue appncauou ui !
Italian eystem of taxation. Disturbances have j
broken Out in consequence of the enforcement of ,
n o-rin.lln corn. - t
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. " i TK. enhuma ia f r r l!i
tion of the Orleans ajnasy. BVvU. -
Corps Legislatif to assemble at Tours, and compel
by intimidation and pressure of circumstances, the
ratification of all that has been done since the 4th
of September, and the inducement is to do away
with the Republic, and accept the services of the
Orleans Princes. A German Princess is interested
in the intrigue. ....',. .v i
Although Bismarck remains faithful to the idea
of the restoration of the Empire, the presence of
Thiers at Tours, and the continued conferences be
tween him and Gambetta give aa additional color
to this report. - : ' '
The Countess de Montijo. the mother of the Lm-
arrived at Rouen from rvngtana. traveling
and immediately lett nouen ior me
South. .. ,
UnBhwWkers oDerate azamst the Prussians m
Alr-ice and Lorraine; Prussians are killed evety;
nizht in Strasbourg.
v Versailles, Nov. 12. General Von Der Tann, ;
ou the 9th. repulsed all the enemy b attacks, wun
great loss to his assailants ; only then did the Ger
mans retire. On the 10th. a portion of the Bavarian
ammunition train, losing its way, fell into the hands
of the French. ... ,
No movements are reported to-day. Absolute
quiet prevail around Paris. ' I .'; ' .
Toi iw, Nov. 12 Midnight. General Palladines
reports that he took 2,500 prisoners in bis last en
gagement. ::' " " "
The French troops now hold the entrenched
camp which was occupied by the Prussians, at Ar
TiJimra of the victorv of the Army of the Loire
roused the wildest excitement throughout France. .
Great numbers of troops are Hurrying irom me
south to join the forces of General Palladines.
The use of balloons for the observance of the
movements of .the enemy are to be introduced In
the Army of the Loire.
- A considerable riumher of steel breech-loading
cannon are ready' for the Armies of the Loire and
the North. '" ' '
" Florence. Nov. 12. The InJapeTulence denies the
existence of the letter in which Thiers informs the
Pope of the steps taken by France in his favor.
" At a patriotic banquet given at Milan, on Friday
evening, the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs
spoke at length on the Koman question, lie
pledged the Government to the introduction of all
kinds of liberty, especially religious liberty ; he
affirmed that the relations of the Government with
the i'ope were not unfriendly. The extremists ob
jected to the moderation of the Goveru-nent, be
cause it deprived them of their political cry that
the independence of the Pope should be disre
garded. The extremists of another class urged the
necessity of conciliation, and feared that the Gov
ernment might go too far. ' The task of the Gov
ernment was to satisfy Europe and preserve the
dignity of the Pope; this done, the relations with
the IIolv See would not fail to continue friendly,
lie concluded with an appeal in favor or concilia
tion, administrative reform, and spiritual fidelity
to the Pope. .......
London, Nov. 13. A Careful condensation of the
reports received here by high medical authority in
! the British army from all the German armies now
I : T ' . . nUntna lx QniviiiffatM ff tllM flfltllR fit the
I 1 11 X I UUIC, DIIW a IU. Bgivpw " " -"
German soldiers average from twenty to fifty per
i day, which is due in a great degree to bail sanitary
' arrangements and neglect of the sick and wounded.
! Torus, Nov. 13. Gambetta ha3 returned to
i Toms. '
j In many parts of France the people of the Com
munes are taking votes to endorse the vote of Paris
. ... r . ..r x- : 1 r..f...i.
t in favor oi ioe tovei uuiem oi irau j
and the Municipal authorities are hadteninsz to give i
their adhesion. The Monarchical journals have ,
j bitter comments on these evidences of the increas
ing popularity of .the Kepublic.
A despatch from Macon reports that Schneider
has sold the works of Le Creuzot to au American
Company, and the United States flag is hoisted
Loxook. Nov. 13. A special from Berlin says a
semi-official complaint has been made that Eng-J ;
land's attempts at mediation were made simulta-I
neously with the issue of the six per cent. French j
loan, and that- the false reports of the success of
the armistice were spread by the "KnptliBb Oovern- j
raeut oreous. ana Hence the collusion .between
Granville and Thiers to help on the loan.
As a prominent banker here has been arrested
for subscribing to the French loan, though it was
proved that he acted on an order from an Italinn
banker, who was to cover the transaction by a re
mittance direct from Italy to Loudon, the banker
was held in custody, the authorities refusing 50,000
.' A circular from the Italian Government declares
that the continuation of the sessions of the Ecu
menical Council will not be interfered with.
ArchbishoD Lebochowski. of Posen, has arrived
at the German headquarters, at Versailles, and re-
quests an audience of the King
Tours, Nov. 13. The French charge the Prussians j
vrith throwing wounded men from the ..windows of j
houses in Chateaudun, and practicing other bar-
baritics." " " i
In a circular sent to the Prefects of the Depart- j
tnents, with instructions in regard to the raising of a I
battery of artillery, decree breecbr-loading cannon, oft
! models superior to the Prussians, are recommended, j
i It is understood that Baron Dtust is' averse to a
i r A i.,...o I
. The French are preparing to resist the passage t
of the river Saone by the Germans. '
Garibaldi and the French Generals Dave agreed
to a plan of operations,
London. Nov. 13. Among the subjects discussed
j at the last Cabinet meeting was the Alaljama ques-
4 tion.- The Government decided tc instruct
Thornton to ascertain as far as possible, the dis
position of the American Government as to reopen
ing tne Question, ana intimate me reauiucsa ui
j. Eugland to gc over the whole discussion again.
? Information from Spain intimates the growth ot
'a formidable opposition to the election of Duke
'rL'oSDON, Nov.,13The Hunsa and two" other
Hamburg steamers have taken reftfge at Grunsby.
Cork. Nov. 13--Some fifty soldiers undertook
to-night td1-avenge tbeleath'of Gileson, a-prtvate
jn the First Dragoon Guards, who was killed in a
qnarrel with citizens last week. They provoked a
figkt with the citizens, . in ; which they were ebon
reinforced by forty comrades," add the mob "of
people also increased. Violence followed, and
was only , stopped by a strongs body of police.
Several soldiers, police And citizens were injured,
but no deaths are reported.: -All the soldiers are
under arrest, " ' '. -. . ' i
Lisbon, Nov. 13. The United State steam frigate
Brooklyn: has arrived ia'Togus ; all weU?
RiojAXERiobct. 22, via London.'Nov. 13. The
Rebel General, 'Lopez Jordan, hu;beendjfeated
by the Argentine forces. 1 ,iVi,"J
The revolution in Uragoay continues. "
WABBKQTOVr D C.v Nov. 13- .Mrr Treilbard,
shortly after bia arrival at New York, yesterttay,
telegraphed the fact to Washington,-and made
enquiry depending on the answer to govern his
future movements, it is Known inas uiis gemie
man was appointed by Napoleon as successor of
Minuter Berihany, but be has received o endorse
ment, by either the Paris or Tours Government.
Under these circumstances Mr. Treilhard has been
informed that he will not be received in his diplo
matic caDacitv Jbr ibis Government. .JJerthany,
k therefore, continues u the reprokentative of France
until relieved by the proper authorities. altnoMgn
it has long Leen bis desire to return to France to
rejoin his famL'y.
New York, Nov. "13. The strike on the Belt
Liae con tinnea. t Iui mease crowds ;of drlvew add
sympathizers line the. avenues on the route of the
cars ; policeman on every car, protect the drivers.
Talvey, an officer, was severely wounded in the
eye.by a stane tirpwa by one of the ..malcontents.
Captain Cameron and a large force are on the
watch, fearing trouble. .-, . , '
' It is again announced that Sam Collyer will
aecept Billy Edwards' challenge for a prize fight.
Three acres of land near Basket Station of the
North Delaware Division of the Erie Railroad,
sunk a few days ago to the depth of 40 feet No
water has appeared. '
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' Mice' and" rats are easily destroyed, if we set
about in earnest. Get live Dla6ter-of-paris and
I flour, mix them dry, in equal quantities,, lay it in j
rj places. axKLBprinKie a uiuu ugai ou""1"
Both rats and mice eat ravenously, the plaster j
Beta firm directly alter it is moistened, becomes a
lump inside them,, and killB to a certainty. ,'1 '
. " Good blood will show itselF," as tle old lady
said, when she was struck with the rednesw of her
T nvimv Nov. 12. La Puliation uas a leauei iu- j luus Miiuikj oi iuj - '-i, i
dav in which it says the avowal ol Schneider, at j quantity, of course, depends upon th
London compels it to make public the Tact that the tobacco, but when it strong, ji
London , compew -u f the restora. so that ;t win not show much.
To Destroy Plant Lie E.-IIoHSe Pj a" !J
apt to suffer from the depredations of lice, worms
and other like enemies, and the following method
of riddinz them of these pests which is very
hnple? and, we are assured, effective-will,
we trust. Drove valuable to many.
Take sSme of the common fine-cut smoking
tobacco, strong, and sprinkle it over the top of the
earth about the plant, and keep the plant wen
watered. The strength of the tobacco passes
ho nrth and about the roots, an.u is juc
as sure to kui an cicrpiuS '"-"o" t
. l , i nkni Th worms, etc
" . , - 11 Ih rim oa It 13 USeU.
is a great ueurui, f'"-- f 'rm a
die, and witb the strength of the tobacco form a
most valuable manure for the plant, and those
using it will find tue pian wm
more vigor Rnd be?in to grow very fast,
fjiiiike some chemicals used for that PnrP
thre is no dancer in using too much ol n, auu
.... u.7 i.,ns Thn nrODer
e strength ol
list cover the
The Merchant's. Manual,
0TAIIG THE HAWAIIAN TARIFF
G andPort -Relations, treaties wf- V
other useful informatiDn
u lorcigu cuii"iuuw....
For sale by
H. M. WHITNEY.
E x I. C . M U R U AY.
XTRA FAMILY FLOt'Ki t v : :
Bags White Pea Beans. Bags Batter Beans,
Bags Wheat and Oats,
Cans Green Peas, Cans btring peans,
Cans Quahaags. '
Cans Borden's Condensed Coffee, ;
Cutting' Table Fruila Peaches, '
Cutting's Table Fruits Whortleberries, 1
,.(..:- - Cases Boneless Sardines.
Boxes Fresh Apples, etc,, etc.,
y.'yj, iAND FOR SALB LOW AT THE --: '-., ,
Family Grocery and Feed tore,
ol5 - By I. B A RT LETT.
FRESH STOCK O ,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS!
BY THE Ri C. VF-
LIEand MOSES TAYLOR, a
large assortment of
. ' AND
Comprising a variety of
' ' Brands of
Bright & black
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO!
German. California, Genuine Manila and Havana
Also, a Lot of Real Briar Wood PIPESI
CHEAP. ; , ;
We will Sell at the Lowes Market Rates.
n5 2m HOLLISTER Ai HYLAND.
PER J. A. FALICINBURG
A FEW OF THOSE SUPERIOR
s Xt JES Gr 3NJT X3Z -A. 3VE SI S
For Sale by
BOLLES A Co.
For Ble by
BOLLES & Co.
PKESEtlVEO MEATS !
IN 2 L.b. 4 Lb. AZiD A.D. -JAf.
A SMALL INVOICE
Received per "Wonga "Wonga Direct.
Very Superior Quality, and a Good Assortment.
029 Sin : For Sale by
CALIFORNIA PRESERVED MEATS,
- , IN 21 Lb. CANS. " r '
BULLKS 6l Co.
For Sale by
H AWA I I A N-:BE E F !
OR SALE BY
e 29 3m
BOLLES &. Co.
FRESU SlLMO, in 1 & 3 lb.
ANS. DIRECT FROM
BOLLES & Co.
029 8m For bale ny
XT O "yvy IXi'-A: 1ST x x pr p-
R. C. Wy lie from Bremen !
MONKET JACKETS, BLUE PILOT CLOTH
Pants, , . . r .
'i . Heavy Grey Woolen Tants, 1 -Heavy
Woolen Drawers, Overshirts,
Iceland Jackets, Stockings and Socks, Mittons,
Comforters, for Whalemen's use.
r ., , .Light Flannel Coats and Sacks, black, blue and brown.
Heavy Winter Coats,
Alpacca Coats, Cashmere Coats,
. Backs and Pants, Vests, Cravats, t
India Robber Coats, Damask Table Covers,
Blanket, bine, scarlet, white, green, grey.
Burlaps, Linen Thread, black and white.
Twist Sewing Silk, Cotton Thread,
Brown Cotton Socks, White Cotton Stockings,
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Hickory Shirts,
Mixed Cotton Socks, 1 ' "'. .
White and Fancy Cot' on Shirts, . ; '
Superior White Linen Bosom Shirts, - - '
Brown, White and Pink Cotton Undershirts, ' '
Heavy Merino Undershirts, Saddle Girths,
' Playing Cards, Eau de Cologoe, Lubiu'a Extracts.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CUTLER
Stearine Candles, assorted. , '
, Camphor, Palm Oil, Wrapping Paper, Gold Leal,
Invoipe . of Stationery, 5
Bath Bricks, Water Hoakeys,
LARGE , INVOICE OF
French Calf Skins. Children's Willow Carriages, ; ! , r
French Chocolate, Ultramarine Bine, Loaf Sugar,
iCl ! FOB. SALB BT7 -:i . Vi, Jj..w t
08 3m i ' H. HACKFELD St Co,
FIRST QUALITY HAWAIIAN RICE !
O a O P OP .1870 x
Superior to any In the market, and for ale is iqaMliM to
suit by (ol 3m) H. M. WHITNEY.
RECEIVED PER R. C WYLIE,
. o.-. . t '- - '
And For Sale at Reduced Prices,
, By E. HOFFMANN.
OF THOSE SUPERIOR
atd for Sale by. ,
BOLLES k CO.
NEW BEDFORD C. B. WH ALB BOATS, 30 feet.
CASES BOMB LANCES, No. 1 and 2, :
NEW BEDFORD WHALE LINE,
LANCES, TOGGLE IRONS, HEAVY SEA BOOTS,
ONE TABER'S CABOOSE, Complete.
2000 Barrels New Oil Casks.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACK F ELD k C
Fire, IFire, I?ire
14 FIRE EXTING UISHERS FROM
BOSTON, via San Francisco for sale by
BREWER & CO. '
' - . . . . .n!.r In tri United
N " B. These Machines, so ann..r.i-'- - ,d
BUteJf where they have saved miU-on. of property
for cost and charges. 1' ,
r r it
nrsHP IIVDERSIGXED HAS JUST RE
T" YlrlamthV publishers a large ssortment of
WebtternrtvaUd Dictionaries, which will besold at Eastern
prilet The luioomprises the following, all of which can be had:
1. The New Illustrated Unabridged Quarto, 1,840 pages,
S 000 EneravinifS Edition of 18 10.
2. TheNooalPictorialOctavo.aOlOpageeOO Engraving.,
v S. The Royal Octavo Dietionary.. : st,
4.'The New University Dictionary.
5 The Counting House Dictionary, 850 Engravings.
6. The Academic Quarto, ok0 Engravings.
1 The High School Dictionary, S00 Engravings.
8 The Common School Dictionary, 250 Engraving.
9. The Primary School Dictionary, 200 Engravings,
in' Ti.i. Pocket Dictionary. 1 '
111- The Army and Navy Pocket Dictionary.
ol 3m For Sale by
II. M. WHITNEY.
TI1E0D. G. HEUGK
HAS JUST RECEIVED
BY THK HAWAIIAN
, -x . 4
BARK R. C. WYLIE,
A-SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
, . , Selected with the Greatest Care
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
r i. i
- ENGLISH, GEE, MAN & FRENCH
SILK, WOOLEN AND COTTON
DRESS GOODS !
CLOTHING AWD HOSIERY,
, . ' BROAD AND BILLIARD CLOTHS.
, Paints and Oils, Wall .Paper,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER
' In quarts and pints Deetjen ti Schroeder's Star brand.
Best Frencli Clarets and Brandy
--' In casks and cases.
Rhine 5"Wine, Genuine Holland Gin
.. . . . In cases and In balk.
SPARKLING nOCK, inquarU and pints.
HOFF'S MALT EXTRACT,
SELTZER WATER. .
Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes
of the best make and manufacture.
Cases of Toys and IolIs,
' ': TWO SPLENDID
ROSEWOOD COTTAGE ( PIANOS,
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed in brilliancy
of tone.- . '
3 Larse Barglar and Fire-proof Iron Safea,
A VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES !
Too numerous to mention, ,
Suitable for Town i & Country Trade,
Ft ,S3 -A. XLa 3Z2
ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
Also, ON HAND,
' vMcMurray'aiTre8h Oysters, No. 1 Hawaiian Rice, 4
Best Island Paddy, Manila Rope-U, 2, 2i and 3 in.
Havana Cigars, -the best in the Market.
, . Swiss, California and Limberg Chee, , , . . (
Boxes Salad Oil, Century h Forest, Rose Tobaoco,
New Styles LADIES TRIMMED HATS.
Gent's Furnishing Goods . American, etc. ' !
v,' . :i j i ". j. ' l '
Paw Sale Cheap sit the Store of
THEOD. C. IIEDCK,
v , ' "Prt Street.
WAJLEa v SEASON-; 1870.
4H a i'
BEST vA t HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF !
BER TL E, M A, N N , KAUAI,
... , AND WABBANTBD. , ;t
XT The above Beef 'is packed" by an experienced Botcher
cored ia Liverpool- Salt,, and packed in Turk's Island Halt.
Th beat reference can be given. For sale in quantities to
sditfty fc ' "
W '.J if4
THEOD. C. HEUCK.
llawaiian Islands and -Nortli Pacific.
Just received; A' map or the nA
waiiao Islands andlsUnds Northwest of this Group a far
aa Midway Island, with ail the Beefs, Ac. Issued by the
ALL, EVERT DAY
,131 THE WEEK.
Honrs from 9 A. 31. to 10 P. SI.,
TJ - ir. im (be Sailers' LIwbmv 'a
The last Friday evening ef each month reserved for the meet
IncsoftheY. U.O. A. r--eBlr"
IiAIVl AND REAL, ESTATE.
Isuuid. tor apply to
' No. 0 5 ' '
KlXtt ST., IVGAK FORT,
HAVE RECEIVED EX RECENT ARRI
vals, and keep In stock a (
VERY FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Of which the following articles are but small part i
' i 1 - :
owner's Kerosene Oil,
r , : '''.'.' . . .-.
Which we can warrant to be Downer's, aa we Import it
ourselves from the manufacturer. ( (
JBy ain's.S Card Mateltc,,
"' 'a' few cases of whicli we still have on hand.
Spanish spurs, English spurs, . .' ' ' '
PelhanTand snaffle bits, steel and silver plated-,
Stirrups, bridles, head stalls.
,Ti , Horse collars, muie cuu.r. u umito.
SADDLE LEATHER, w
. HORSE SHOES AND NAILS.
RUBBER HOSE, 1-2., 3-4, 1, 1 1-2
V '' 1 I -aad lch : t j
J To be sold at the' Lowest Market Prices.
Lifting and Force Pumps, assorted siaes.
-, Welt buckets and well wheels.
narrine-e Bolts. Machine and Tire Bolts,
Bed screws and nuts, in large assortment.'
Main's riddle, and flour sieves.
. . : .;,ISoa SiSecd.Sowcrs
PT.rtWS. HORSE HOES, CULTIVATORS,
Planters, garden and grub boes,
Collin'a pick axes and Hunt's mattocks
Shovels and spades, round and square point.
Bakes, Hay and manure forks, Bush scythes. .
Stable, Yard, Street and House Brushes.
Scrub, hite wash and paste Brashes,
Printer's lye and proof brushes. . ' "' ,".
,.Very larg assortment.
COFFIN TRIMMINGS JOF ALL KINDS,
A complete assortment. ,
Qino-io & -Double Barrel Shot Guns. Rifles,
CarbisM, Smith Si Wea'i Rl,
r.rt.ri.i.ra of all sorU. Sporting powder. Percussion Caps,
Sand and emery cloth and pajier,
Hammers and Tools,
Carpenter's adses, C. S. A. E.
V f ... win . .1 W . ...ft.
Hammers No. 1, li, 2 A 8,
Smooth, Jack and jointer planes, fancy planes, draw knives
Firmer, Training ana moruce cuici,
Single and double plane irons, assd. sites. -
Wire cutters, Plyers, Pincers, Bits, Brace and bits.
Plumbs and levels, Beelsand awls, Breast drills,
2 and 4 fld, 1 and 2 feet roles.
Screw drivers, Saw pads, Tack hammers.
CARRIAGE ,11 ATjERIAjL I
Kims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts, Poles.
Seine Twine, Wrapping Twine. Hemp Sail
Twine, Fish and Cod Lines.
Very fine assortment of Cutlery,
Pocket knives, Assorted Shears and Scissors,
AXES A.VD HATCHETS.
KEROSENE LAMPS, hanging, parlor, and hand
Kerosene chimnies, wicks and burner,.
UlBBlCk.'S,WniTE LEAD AX I ZIf,
; . Ill BClf KS BOILED LIXSEED OIL.
We ioould respectfully solicit the attention of the
Public to our assortment before purchas
. iwj elseichere. .' ,
Goods sold at Lowest Market Kates.
DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
FALL SEASON 1870
C. L. RMAEBS & CO.,
Importers of All Kinds of
HAVE ON HAND,
Tlie Way; to tliis Port,
REQUIRED FOR SHIPS !
Allf wbleb win te Seld daring the Seasn " "
AT iYEtiY jLOWHATES
Mpnej Ad ra need and Exchange tiken
"OX ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
OIL, WHALEBONE AND IVORY
. ; -, --FOR.. WHICH-
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRIC3E8
i.a . - 4 - - i w
III CASH !
A. S. CLEGHORlft
. . i
FFERS FOR SALE AT Illfc
BOSTON CARD MATUIilSS.
,: .. .1
DOWNEItS CSENUINE j
BEKT QUALITY HAVANA SHAPK
KON A COFFEE,1 ; j
RICE, COOLIE AND NO. 1,1
SUGAR, NO. 1, IN KEO.S,
J5TJRLAPS. FOR PADDY AND
AMERICAN CUT NAIb
AMER. TUBS, PAILS AND TRIW;
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OP
IN THE MAHKET.
A FCLX. LINE Osf
UNBLEACHED ani .
. BLUE COTTCJ,
'BALES ENGLISH BLANKET
rr o b -A. o o o
And a woll Assorted Stock of J
DRY GOODS AND CLOTO
Island OrdTs carefully and promptly filled, by
THE HONOLULU 1U0S
MAKE ALL KINDS OF
ACIIINERY, STEAM ENGINES,
SUGAR WIND MILLS,
VACUUM FA KB, CLAHIFI EES,
' - CETTBlIX'OAL MACUINEH,
- ' "BOILl:il8, coolerb, f
AND ALL KINDS HEAVY SHEET IRON Y
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND il
JIaJe to Order, and particular attention paid v
Anthracite, Cumberland and Soft I? '
On Laud wid For Bnlu. AUms
Valves, Cocks, awl Uraas Work tit all kinds.
Centrifugal Wire Clotlia, ut various uoahea.
ilax Packing, ItuLber paekinw end bt'ltin
I'ipintr, Klbows, T-n, Wends, Nipplo
'''- '' hteaia and water gaugws, r
lloilfr tulinr, various!
ehaftiu?, Bar. plate and am?! lrh f
- ' pig Iron for bailout, Horap Iron,
NuU, BoliA, WajJiers, JUvel
FIRE. CLAY. FULL ASSORTMENT OF ST.-
NEW & SECOND HAND MACHINE ' i
-' . I
i 1 Small sized Sugar Mill, ,
1 BmaU aiaod Bugrar MU1 for cattle power, second
1 Horisontal Steam Kntrme, 10x11, aeoond hand, t
i Turbine Wheels for running Cflptrifugals wlti f
bead of water, " " "
1 Boilinjf down apparatus, f
I Borse Power fur a ttntrifural aai'hiiM,
1 Uoritfht Boiler, 6 luvu power, t .
I Small Tubular Boiler, 2 hone jxmer,
S Centrifugal Hachinoa and euifiue to driye tbt '
'N. C.'-Oawlngond Wood W'
r. 7 ' , KXJXUTtD TO OllDEB,
For which tha Works have unusual futilities.
ALEX AlfD Kit TO.UXChMfnw
JUST RECEIVED EK R. 0.VYU
T TON BRIGHT FEKCINO
900 Bandies Best Eng Hsh Hoop Iroo, assd.
Firs Bricks, squart and arch. ,
ipe CUy, Fire CUy, 8 Oak Boat, for eoaaUr I a
Black aod White Marble Tiles, '
tO Totis Liverpool aJt, 20 M. lloaflnf Mates,
, -t . AlanJU Rope, 200 colls, A H
'.' r . U Pieces Basel' Ravens Io. t
. Scotch Hemp Canvas,
r Ball Twlna, uot Yellow HtU
. Casks Sheet Zinc, '
6000 fret l- loch Galvanised Iron Pipe,
Bandies Sheet Iron, Ufht. ; . ;'
West Harttoy fcteam Coal.
Invoice of Paper Hangings, assorted. .
,. 1,1m Corks, Demijobaa, Marka BaeW.. 5 ' ; r
" ; Sugar Boiler's Tbermomelrrs, '
Iroo Tinned Sauce Pans and Tea Kettles,
lavoiee of Kogllsh Saddlery.
mSm i s W BaW b uwasju.u a
lust Received ex Tola
EICHT CARD MATCHEJ
U L ' ' ' And for wle by ' CABTLF. k C&
Receivel per A. J
' From Bremen..
'A 'LARGE INVOICE OF CIGARS
C ' CREMA,
- -VEBZAA, 4"
ot 8m For Sale by
FLER Dl INKS,
..0A,.,- -r '. --n
-TERLADK LOS ATW, y,
. . - . . i .n ui..;.:n. i(mIm ir Punli. T.U flm ! ara. t'ne Sile lir ' (ot 3m) n
sna h rTn "j i