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HONOLULU, I-I. I., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1SS2.
WHOLE NUMBER 112.
VOLUME III, NUMBER 8.
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SATURDAY PRESS.
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
IMHP !1"BSCRIITI0S $5.00 .1 UIR, l 1M1VF,
Foreign subscriptions
$6.50 to $7.50, according to iheir destination.
Subscribers and Advertiser! will please address
TIIOS. O. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
E. C. DAKH lithe only authorlaed agent for
the "PRESS" In San Francisco.
Publication office It at Kaahumanu street ; Ed
Itorlal rooms at so Merchant street.
TO VIKGll..
(Wrillen al the request of the Manttians, for 'he nine,
ternth centenary of Virgil's death.
BV AlfaKIITRNNVSON.
KnstAN, VlHf.ll., thmi thai sinjest
llions lofty tempi rolied In fire,
I linn falling, Rome arising,
Wats, ami fillsl faith, and DulospyreJ
Ijinilscaiir-lover, lord of language
Mote than he that sang the Vtorls and Iliys,
All the chosen coin of fancy
FlaOiIng out from many a golden phrase !
Thou that slngest wheat and woodtand,
Tilth and swejanl, hlie and horse anil herd I
All the charm of all the Mutes
Often flowering In a lonely word ;
I'oet of the happy Tillrus
Piping underneath his lieechen ImwersJ
l.i riti t.ilalLf
Whom the laughing shepherd linund with flower;
Chanter of the I'ollio, glor)lng
In the blissful iears again to lie,
Summers of the snafceless meadow,
Unlahoriotis earth and oar less sea J
Ihou that seest Unlsersal
Nature mosed by Unisersal Mind;
Though majestic in thy sadness
At thy doubtful doom of human kind ;
Light among the sanish'd ages;
Mar that glides! )el this phantom shote;
Golden branch amid the shadows.
Kings ami realms that pass to rise no more ;
Now thy Forum roars no longer,
Fallen esery purple Cxsar't dome
Tho' thine ocean roll of rh)thm
Sound foreser of Imperial Rome
Now the Rome of slaves hath perish'd,
And the Rome of freemen holds her place,
I, fmm out the Northern Island
Suiider'd once from all the human race,
I salute thee, Manlovano,
I that losed thee since my day begun,
Wielder of the stateliest measure
I'.ver molded by the lips of man.
XmttttMln Crntury for September.
REMINISCENCES OF HONOLULU.
XI.II.
The more important measures passed by the
"long parliament" rr 1854, were as follows:
Confirming the Charter to the Hawaiian
Steam Navigation Company; To regulate the
Retail of Intoxicants in Honolulu; To remove
all Disabilities of Aliens by reason of not ob
taining Certificates of Nationality ; To further
remove the Disabilities of Aliens to acquire
anil convey lands in l'ee Simple; To provide
I'orcign Juriesin the 3rd and 4th Judicial Dis
tricts; For the Encouragement and Support
of English Schools; To repeal the Law relat
ing to the King's Chamberlain ; Relating to
the improvement and disposition of the Mono
lulu Water Lots (esplanade); To make Vac
cination compulsory; To abolish Tonnage
Dues; To establish Mail Routes and employ
Carriers; To create a Court of Prolate and
Divorce; A joint Resolution authoriiing the
Minister of the Interior to procure an Estimate
of the probable Cost of supplying the town of
Honolulu with Waler from Nuiianu Valley.
The Appropriation Hill for the year footed up
the sum of $431,430.46 a most extravagant
figure, it was thought.
On the 29th of Scptcmlier the steamer Aka
mai (S- II. Wheeler) went to sea for the last
time. She started for Lahaina, haviifg on
licuril between four and five hundred passen
gcrs and nineteen horses. Among the passen
gers were the Prince Alexander and Lot, and
a large number of well known Honolulu rcsi
dents. When she left her guards were under
water, and apprehensions were expressed that
she would meet with some disaster. With
calm weather she might have made the pxssage
to Lahaina in safety; but aliout 10 o'clock at
night she was struck by a heavy squall, a heavy
sea arose, and she sprung a leak. She was
fortunately got alwut and kept afloat into the
harbor, much to the relief of her passengers,
who were justly alarmed from the fear that the
water was over ankle' deep on Iter cabin tlooi.
This was the last trip of the Akamai, she hav
ing liecn condemned as unscaworthy and event
ually broken up.
Sept. 12, atrivhd the U. S. sloop of war
I'vtsnmith, Capt. Dornin; and on the 22ml
His Netherlands Majesty's frigate i'riiitt FrtJ
aid, 36 guns, Commander Colonel A. C. Van
Hraam Houckgcest. She was tit tvnft for
Japan. Oct. 17, arrived U. S. SuiJiutawu,
Commander lluchanan, and on the 23rd, the
Mississippi, iKith from Japan. The latter had
been Commodore Perry's flag-ship, he having
gone homo, via Ceylon and Suer
Early in Oct., 1854, the Hawaiian Steam
Navigation Company, after endeavoring for a
long time to carry out their contract with the
little Akamai, put on the steamers Sta Ilinl
and Will IUnt in the inter-island trade.
These, however, like the first named, were side
wheel tx)ats, ran at large exx.-n-e, and although
they were well njlroniicd the business was not
a financial success, as was proved by the fad
lltat It did not permanently continue.
It was in October that Messrs. Swan and
Clifford built an Ice House at the foot of
Mannakca street, for the sale of a cargo of ice
imported by them from Sitka, ex brigAWc,
In November the first steps were taken at a
public meeting for the establishment of a "Sail,
urs' Home." Prominent in the movement
were Kev. S. C. Damon, Hon. S. N. Castle,
lion. G. M, Robertson, J. T. Waterhouse,
Kev. A. Armstrong', and Captains Walker,
Elliot and Neil. The outcome of this was the
erection of the building which stands on the
corner of Merchant and llethcl streets. At the
state mentioned there were over one hundred
foreign vessels in the liarlxir of Honolulu,
It may be Interesting to note here, that the
the lot on which the Home stands wasdonated
by the King in Privy Council, by the follow
ing resolution;
"AVwW, That, the petition for a lot of
land for a Sailors' Home lc granted, provided
it shall be a rule established in such Home,
and strictly enforced, tlut no intoxicating
liquors shall be drank on the premises ; no
woman of lewd character admitted; no gam
Ming altuwedt nor any disorder tolerated.
This resolution shall not be binding on the
King's Government unless the sum, of $5000
l raised by suliscription for the purpose afore,
said, within 6 months and on the further con.
ditlon that such Sailors' Home shall be equally
available to the sailors of all nations, including
and the firing of minute guns. Itrgc numbers
of people assembled near the Palace, who tes
tified their grief at the loss of the good King
by loud and heartfelt wailing. At half-past 12
Gov. Kekuanaoa, escorted by a detachment of
guards, caused the Proclamation of the new
King lo lie read at Ihe corners of the principal
streets. Alexander Liholiho, as Kamchatneha
IV was King. He cainc to the throne by the
will of the late King, and by appointment and
proclamation of the King and Nobles. The
funeral of Kauikeaouli was set for December
30th, but continuous storms caused its post
oncnicnt until the loth of January, 1855.
On the 2nd of December, Judge Lee ad
dressed the King a letter in which he tendered
his resignation of the office of Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court. I lis health, never robust,
had Ix-en falling n( late, before lite advance of
that fell tliscase consumption, to which he
eventually succumbed. A joint letter from the
Cabinet requested that the King would not ac
cept Judge Lee's resigtntion. A resolution to
the same effect was passed by the Privy Coun
cil; and the members of the liar of the Su
preme Comt, consisting of Messrs. Hales, Mont
gomery, Harris, lllair, Robertson, Chamlicr
lain, and Gmwnld, at a meeting on the iCtli,
passed a series of resolutions, one of which
read thus: "That should Hi) Majesty accept
the resignation of Chief Justice Lee, it would
create a vacancy in the Judiciary Department
to fill which another person, equally qualifies,
could not be found. We therefore indulge the
hope that some means may be devised of avert
ing a result so much to lie deplored." The
result was that the resignation was not accepted
by Kamehamcha IV, who in a characteristi
cally forcible and touching letter to Judge Lee
made use of these words: "Hut I hope I am
as lender of your comfort anil health as any
friend that vnu xssess;and consequently I
not only assure you, beforehand, that I shall
always be willing to hear of your rclinquishlnc
for Ihe moment, jour official duties whenever
your health may require a change of air or
scene, but that I wish to ini-iose it upon yon,
as a duty von owe to the nation and yourself,
to employ every available moment in re-estab
lishing your shattered strength, that so I may
long be happy in jour services."
The first public appearance of Kamehamcha
IV was on Sunday, Dec. 17, when he at
tended divine service in the Kavvaiahao Church,
leading his sister, the Princess Victoria, and
followed by the Ministers of Kamehamcha III.
The Rev. E. W. Clark, the pastor, preached
in Hawaiian, from Genesis 26: 2S.
It was remarked by old residents of that
time, as a matter of pride and congratula
tion, that on the occasion of the death of Kau
ikeaouli and following it, the utmost quiet and
good order reigned throughout Honolulu and
the entire island. It was remembered that the
death of so high a chief in the olden time
would have been the signal for an almost un
limited degree of crime, disorder and debau
chery, and for the practice of heathenish cus
toms. Drunkenness and its attendant licen
tiousness would have been seen in every
direction ; teeth would have been knocked out;
the bodies of men and women of every class
would have been scarified anil tattooed, and
passion would have run riot. All this was
now happily past. There was sincere mourn
ing and loud continuous wailing by the na
tives, for the death of a King greatly beloved
and revered, not only for his high rank but for
his amiable qualities of heart ; but the demon
strations were restrained within the proper
limits, and the Hawaiians thus exhibited an
evidence of their advance in civilization.
II. u s.
Profession... Curbs.
TITILLIAM O. SMITH,
a irons 1: r a r la w,
ji MPKiHANr Sraarr, llnsoti u,
m. davidson,
atioiixw at lah.
No. 4 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
J
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fj R. CASTLE,
Arroitxr.v at law,
And Notary Public. Attends all Ihe Courts nf the
Kingdom. r
CDWARD PRESTON,
46 FoT SmRKT, HoNOLlLt.', I
.1 rtouxr.r .t coirxsr.Li.01t at law,
T-RS. CUMMINGS A MARTIN
Orncr iorns-h Pout anu IIprf.tania Srs ,
Strut! f.llXS AMI llttyitlWATIIIt' I'llV-
arfilrit.
Otfice I lours Until o v. st.,ontlfmmt-aud6:jo-B r.M.
NO. A. HASSINGEFt!
iNTfRlOR Opsicr, llosoiftu,
AOKST Ml TAlii: AVKSHWLh'.IUIK
tttPHl to Cniitrncti 'or Lnhnr. 3
TNO. S. Me GREW, M, D.
VHY.HIVtAS iiikI StrittlHOS,
Hotel street, lietween Fort and Alalcea streets,
iirncK nouns
From 7 to io a. in ; t to 4, nndtj lo 8 p. lit.
106 tf Telephone No. 164.
business v!l,u-b0.
HO, C. ROWE,
imvir.m,,! sins vaistvai,
pArpn II vsiieit, etc.,
107 King street, Honolulu.
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Sicctssoirs to Lucres Dirksoi.)
i.urmti mis ash ih:ali:u i. ia .u-
ficr nitrf nil IAhiIk f UiiUiIIhu MnlrrliilD,
Fort street, Honolulu, H, I. 1
J'
OHN II. PATY,
HuNOItllU, Oslo-, II. I.,
.VO?VI HY I'VHLlVAStt VOMMISHIOSKU
11 f limit,
For the States of California and New York. Olfice
at the Hank of lilshop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
II11V0111.U, II. I.,
Atll'.XT TO TAKE AOKStlWLKIitir.'
llli'tlts til Vmlll'ilrlii to Luhoi',
Office at Pacific Mail .Steamship Dock', l.splanade. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
J . llONOLULV, II. I.,
ItKSTAI. ItflO.ltS OS FOIIT STIIIU'.T,
Office In Itreuer's Illoclc, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance 011 Hotel Street. 1
fWT HAGAN, M. D
Honolulu, II. I.,
ritrsiviAS a so siruzKox. timci.
ton fart .srecer.
Office hours from to lo ia a. m., and 3 to 5 p. in.
Residence ios Nuuanu Street. 49
P O. HALL & SON,
Corifii Fort and Kino Sraprtrs,
I.UI'llltTHIIt, IH'.ALIU'.S IX II A 11 It'
ifiirff llrji ilootl, I'nhiti,
Oils nnd General Merchandise r
TJ W McCHESNEY & SON,
l)f! virus 11
1. 1:, I llir.lt, II I tills, TALLOW, ASH
t'ouintlinlim Mrrrlmiili,
Agents for Ihe Royal Soap Comjiany Na 4s Queen
street, Honolulu, II. I. 9
f- C. COLEMAN,
lloWLtlu, II. I ,
IU.AtiltS.il I Til, .UACHIXIST, CA It-
rlniif Wurt:, llnl'Mf Sinrhi,
Plantation Marhinerv. etc. Shot on King street.
nest to Castle & Cooke . 1
J
OHN NOTT,
lloNnu'tti, II. I f
iMrtHtnut axi mui.Eit is stoves,
ltttiifnt Jlrtittn, Hmtnr i'ltrnhtthn
(uvhU, Crocker), China and Olaiinnrc, Practical
Mechanic. I
llitfiiuces (Curtis.
"tVk. MelNTVRE A BROTHER.
Al
3
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Cor. Kinr, and Forr Srs., Union It,
i.v; ;:) sioiti:.
-.
c lltlUlill I
TJ IIACKPELDA Co.
QtritN STurrsT, llnioLt n. II I.,
ttiuxniiAL fOMJIISSlOX AIIHXTS.
pBO, STRATEMEYBK,
a" Hosnu li , H. I..
VHAtmtiAL vAixrr.it, nr.ioii.i ion,
j (III, In-, tlrnhirr mill Lrllrrrr.
rD, IIOPPSCHLAEOBR & Co.
J
is.
IMrnllTllltl AXII VOMJIISSIOS unit-
rlniiiln.
SciiAEPER & Cq,
lliisoHli , Hawaiian Isianiw,
i.v t'o.uMissiiix mi:ii-
rliilnlf. I
IIOSOLI tl . OSIM , II. I .
x .
Dii'oiiTi'.ns
Uir 'li' ' n '
W.ILDER & Co.
Co. FORT AND (JlKKS Srs., HOSOI I'M'.
I.VM ltr.lt, I'AIXTS, OILS, .V.I.S.
unit Hull. Ill, 11 .Mitlrrlill nf 1 iv I'll 1. 1 ml. 1
P P. ADAMS,
OemN SirrrT, HiiNnutt',
.1 vcTioxi:i:it ash vommissios mi:i:
r Iiii lit. 1
J
M. OAT & Co.
lloNOU'Lf, , I.,
sMirMAur.us. vLAtis or all :-
M?rtittiwi Htmtfitntt rrjHlhrtt
l,oft in A. l Cooke nrw fire proof liuiMing, foAt of
Nuuanu .Strefl 9
P HORN,
Hunoi t iu. !!. I.
riOXEEIi STEAM CAXHV MAXlTt'AV.
tortf and Ittthrvit.
Practical Confectioner, Pattry Cool, and HaVer.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort ami Nuuanu
street, 2
B. EMERSON, M. D.
HosoLUi.tr, II, I.,
PHYSIC TAX AXD SlfltOEOX,
TELKNiONE NmiHEK 149.
Office hours from 8)5 ta io) a. m; i
utnee ana residence number
corner Fort street.
i, KuUul street,
$utiu0, tilnrbs.
-11TILLIAM TURNER,
I'ltA VTICt T 'A TCIIMA KEK,
t And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrtp
t loru (Formerly ot San Francnco. California.) 50
p ENGLING & Co.,
No. 5 NUUAKU SrKMlT,
TIXSMITIIS AXO VLVMHEHS, DEAL'
rrit In Stitrrn, Hit tiff r, 1tnf
Sheet Iron and Copir Ware ; Keep constantly on
hand a full asiortmint of 'I in ware, Galvanized Iron and
i-eaq ripe, India kudikt now, etc., etc. 3a
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailukc, Mam, II, I.,
VOMJttSSlOX MEiWHAXT AXt OEX-
t'tut I fritter In Dry hntff
Groceries Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines
Perfumery and Glassware. t
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
UtrOKlFHI ASH lKW.hK IK
OEXEKA L MEIICIIAXIHSi:,
Corner fjucrn and Kaahumanu Streets Honolulu.
business Curbs.
-silARLES HAMMER.
Mamtrftcturer ami Dealer in all kinds of
sa nnnuit v ,v- 11 a iixiiss
OrdeM fmm the other Inlands promptly attendeJ la
Corner Port and Kins Streets, Honolulu, II. I,
IIO-IJT.
pHARLES T. GULICK,
Nofnrj; Publlct
Af.F'lT TO TKlt AcKI-UiWt.RrTMBsJT TO I.AKOR
Covm4LTS ANI
(IKNKUXL llUStNt;Sb AOKN r.
OtTice in Macltr e' Dlock at corner Queen fttnf Kaahu
manu Orcrts Honolulu. ai
Insurnncc polices
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. ItKltWEK Ci.,
Agents for the Hawaiian tslancts. i
IIILADBLi'lllA BOARD OF UNDER
writers.
C. IKKiriK & Co.,
A (tents for the Hawaiian Islands. I
u
NIONMARINEINSURANCECOMI'ANY
ot San Francisco.
(. ISt.h & LOOKh, ACK.VTS.
tncorHjralcil 185.
B
OLLES & Co.
(L'rKN SrkHPT, llltNtlU'IC', II. I.,
siiir t'liAXni.r.ns ,i.v vommissiox
MvvthitnlH,
lntortersanil Dealers In General Merclumlisg. t
TNoTTl. BROWN,
J
103 Hfrbtsma Strfft,
ISHM'KCTUtt or WKltlllTS ASH
Jlrwwrrri.
Orders can le left al the Police Station.
TV S. GRINBAUM & Co.
MAkRii's Block, (jvrhN Stbfkt,
iMvoitTi'.usAXii wnoi.r.sALt: it r.M.-
rra In Oriirritt JfrrliiiiiillMt: a
TUTAX EC K ART,
No. iti Fiikt Srw-ET, Honolllu,
WAicitMAKKit, .ir.wr.Liut, r.xaitA-
vrt; unit lltiiiitiiiiit Sittpi:
All orders faithfully executed. 37
JOHN T. waterhouse;
Qlfrsj Streht, Honolitli;, II. I.,
DIPOIlTKIt AXII Df.Al.r.lt IX
erttl MrrrliHHiittie.
P T. LENEHAN Co.
Nuuanu Stukkt, Honolulu.,
ijirottriuts axi uo.ujiissiox
rlutlltti.
MKIl-
9
TWTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
Na 104 Font STRhRr, Honolulu,
rAsmoXAiir.K itHKss Axn cloak-
MitK'i'i'. 20
LATE FOA'EIGN A'EII'S.
We gather the following items of interest
from our exchanges by the Meanier faints
Makit, which arrived on the 15th inst from
San Trancisco, with dates to Oct. 3rd, the
Suc.im the 18th, with dates to the idihinst:. . . .
Arab! Pasha says the fisrt thing the English
could tlo for Kgypt would be to send all the
notables and cither leading men connected
with the rebellion out 6f Ihe country. If they
do not do so engcance will surely be wreaked
U'wn these officials after the dcpailure of the
trtxips. ire asserts mat ne never tnouglit the
English would send a large army to assist the
riiieiiive ami so was led into war. lie tlcmcd
that he hail any communication with the Sul
tan during the war. ... It is said that the i?rand
shireef of Mecca was ilenosml on account of
having had treasonable relations with Aralii
Pasha.... The Khedive, with the approval of
unijiami, rias oiicrco inker rasna inc reorgau
iiatton of the Egyptian army which he accepts.
....It is officially announced that General
Wolseley and Admiral Seymour will be raised
to the peerage, in acknowledgment of their
recent distinguished sen ices. . . .A closer con
nection is foreshadowed lietween England and
Germany upon the Eastern ipicstion. . . .Admi
ral Seymour has accented a decoration at the
hands of the Khedive, hut declines the honor
of a ieeerage....Two courts will lie const!
tuleil to try Arabi Pasha and other rebels, one
a court or lirst instance, and the other a special
tribunal to deliver judgment.... A private ex
amination of Arabi Pasha was held on the 2ml
Inst.... Gladstone who had been suffering of
late, is iietii-r. tic move out yesterday, not
withstanding the wet weather, ami visited in
the neighborhood of Penmaen Mini An
imperial decree orders that the father of the
King of Corea lie kept for life under guard at
Hast Ting Fu....Thc Corean alTair with
Japan has been happily adjusted through ihe
prompt action of the Japanese Minister liana
suba; the ringleaders are to be arrested and
punished, o,ooo sen is to be nald to the fam
ilies of the Mllml Japanese and w.ooo ven to
tnc uosernmcni, ami an enoy witli letter 01
apoiogy sent to j apart ..llie sucar relincry
ot llarrisson, Uasemcscr & Co., Philadelphia,
ail liiHiieuss; siiisk Bliuitllic al I" ron ami .l
tnond streets, was tartly destroyed by lire,
on the 25th ult. The block Umnded by Dela
ware as enue and by Swanson, Almond and
Ualnbrtdgc streets was burned, and contained
the mold house and filter house. These build
ings were filled with sugar In the process of
matiuucture aim ready tor delivery, and imiii
structures and their contents are in ruins. The
loss will lirohablv reach a million dollars.. .
General Stonenian has resigned his position as
Colonel on the rcliicd list of the annv to ac
cept the Democratic candidacy of Governor
of California.,., Secretary Kolger is said also
to lute resigned to accept tlie nomination lor
Goscruor of New York... V, II. WycKcr.
ham, U, S, Minister to Denmark has resigned.
....Tlie jury on the Star Route trial lias not
been able lo Agree upon a verdict . , , French
influence ts actively opposing the reciprocity
treaty lietween Mexico and the United Stales.
....At Chicago, on the 23rd ult, the four-scar-old
stallion, Jay Eve See, lieal the best four
scar-old trotting record twice In succession, by
three-fiuartcr of a second Lorillard't. Arania
won the Great Eastern Railway handicap at
Newmarket, England, on the 25th ult, by six
lengths.... The new comet is sumvmnl liv
Professor Barnaul, of the Dublcy Observatory,
to rr tnc runs comet 01 1013 .111 tier Inter
A W. BUSH,
No. 30 Fokt Stfrt, Honolulu,
oitooKit Axn ruoi't.siox in: a i.r.it.
Family Crocery and Feed Store. 1
UTM. O. IRWIN & Co.
IIiisJOLLLO, II. 1.,
svoAit t'AVTons Asn cmi.Missios
Ateittn.
Wll. C 1KSVIN.
CLAUS SPKbCKKI-4.
- BREWER & Co.
IIonoi.uh', Hawaiian Ulanus.
siirrrixa ax it commisihix mi:ii-
chit lit h.
It. A. Y. CAKTEH. I I'. C. JONKS, Jr.
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
IIONOIULU, II I ,
stvam r.sarsr.s, iioii.r.its, strti.ttt
Jllltv, Cliolrl', Il'llll, ItMHH
-"And Lead Castings. Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention liaid to hiiis'
I(lacksmithtn. Job work executed on the shortest no
tice. 1
T H. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaahumanu Strfkt, Honolulu, H. 1.,
WATCH AX I) CJ.OCJC MAlZJili,
llt'pttiritiif 0 Specinltif.
Fstablfshed 1851.
lViT S. GRINBAUM & Co.
ai4 Cai ifor-iia St., Ssv Francisco,
roitwAJtitisa ash ro.u,tit,ssios
Jlrrctitnt.
Special facilities for and uirticttlar attention paid to
consignments of Island produce. 2
TIAMBURG-MAGDBBURG FIRE INSUR.
1 1 ante suumjtany 01 iiauiuiiiK,
A.JAUU:RtAGKXT.
Itulhlinix, Merchnndie, Furniture and Machinery
Insured aaiast Y ire on the most favorable terrm, ijs
pHENISH WESTPHALIAN LLOYD
jxsltkjxcj: vo9
Of M. pl.ADHACH, KlIKNISII 1'rL'M.
AM claim for mrtictiUr avrntce .ustaii.td hv iroodi
arrUiriK here, and Insured in the alwve Company, ie
to I nude with the cugnUance of ami certified to, by
Hie undersigned. J. t. Uiaae. Agent,
foreign JVobcrtiocmcnlc.
TJARNDBM & Co.
it) ft 119 MAtKRTSr., San Fkancisco,
or.xr.iiAL rvnviiAstsa aokxtsaxo
L'nniniltoii .Hrrfiiinf. I
r?RANK H. AUSTIN ft Co.,
Omen No. oCALIroiiiis Sikeiit, S. F.,
commixsiux Atir.XTs .t ronwAitn-
lug Atrut.
Consiftnments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
Hie lies! prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
-silARLES BREWER ft Co.
t Kily StUFKr, IIosto-i,
AflEXTS Ol' IIAWAUAX VAVKKTS,
tlriimil 'tillimlitoil AyrulK.
Seclal atlenlion Kisen lo the purchasinit of s;ooils for
the llatsaiian Iraile. r relent at lowest rates. I
A NTISELL
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
10,0m Pianos J "r,ooo Organs; save half flbuyjpf tin
mamifarturers J from $i to $lonol cash, rent.
or installments; catalogues free.
ANl'ISKI.l., corner Market arkl Powell, San Fran.
Cisco. 95
General bucrtiocments.
M
AX ECKARTS
NEW STORE.
GRAND OPENING
or SrdCK
T GUS BURT,
GEXEKAL
rVKCHASfXG AG EXT
For country mrrclianu and mining compani-M nnd frn
eral Commission Mmhant. Insuraiure rrTected iti
(too I companie at lowest rates.
OJirr 40,1 Front Slrrrt, .Viii Vrrtnrtct Vttl.
tir
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
party of Berlin,
'. A. SGlfAKFr.R .vV Cc AGliXTS.
'Ihe above Insurance Compati). has ettaMUhctl a
imruii
the 11
Oeneral Agency here, and the underftifincd, (leneral
A cents, nrt authorized to tale risks against the dangers
of the Seas al the most reAsonahle rates and on the
mot fnorahlsj terms.
B
REMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCHAKtEN & Cc.t Astntt.
Alwj agent for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Utamlt,
A
TJRANK GERTZ,
No. 114 Fort ST.,oritsiTKlANTHEON Stabirs,
nooTAXi suoema ;;. hoots axo
Shop itutilr orilrr,
Of Let material ot rcasonahle prices, and fm cash, a
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholfsalk ani Kptaii.
mtvaaisTs axo roiuvcoxt.srs.
So. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu. H. I.
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Nt'MBKK II Nl'UANU StREKT,
TAihoiuxa or jcruitr
ficrijttion ttone to ovtler
Men's, bo s and out h work..
v:-
DARISIAN RESTAURANT,
Numher64 IIotki. Strekt,
MEALS SEHri:i AT ALL
tours of the itay,
SpccUl terms for regular loarder, 'J he only suita
ble pmate mom in toun for Ladies.
Mrs. Leon dejean, Proprietress.
rILL!NGHAM & Co.
Na 37 Fokt Strekt, IIonoli'lii,
IMI'OttTEItS AXD OEALEItS IX HA -
trif, Cutlrrtt Too,
I'-iinls jml OiU, and General Merchandise. i
A W. PIERCE Ac Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
sntr ciiAXOLEits Axt coyutissiox
JfrrchtnttM
Agents for Brand's Oun and Houili Linei and Ter
tr' l)aajs I'ain Killer. I
nnu KEE,
No. 83 NtlUANt' SrKFKT, HoNOLtLU, H. I.,
a OLD AXJ silvei: n 01; KEV,
WaUhmuh'vv ami lU'imtvuv
Ouatilv coot nnd cheap prices. In Mock a variety of
Clocks. Watches ami Jcutlry.
-pKOVfN'&l'HILLIPSp
No. 18 Nuuanu Stbfet, Hovolulu, H. L,
Ivat'tlval J'litmbi'vsf (Sas-tittevs
mul Cojtorrsiuiths,
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
print; field ta .Machine. i
ACHEN AND LEIPZIG INSURANCE
Company, (limited.)
Of I ( ri rn, A f.r- hi - t'h itprtte,
Ml claims for wirticuhr average sustained bv coodi
arriving here, and insured in the aboe Company, hae
to c made with the cognizance or nnd tertihed by the
under.! 2ncd. J C. Glade, Agent.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCH KFCK O Co., AGKXTS.
The above I nsurauce Comiian v has established a Gen
eral Agency here, and the above signed, General Agents,
are autnoncd to take Ktsks agatnM tlie dangers ol the
beas at the most reasonable latcs, and on the most fa
vorablc tcnn&.
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCKVER
sicheruns Gesellschaft of Wlnterthur,
it. ItACKFELD &- Co., AGF.XTS.
Capital of the Company .. francs 5,000,000,000
Tlie AsenUof the above Conijiany, for the Hawaiian
I viands, ure p.enared to insure Huihlings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Froilutc. Machinen. etc. also Sucar
nnd Klce MilN, and vessels In the harbor, against loss
or damage by tire, on the most lavuramc terms.
pALMER A REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS,
'Ihe largest and only complete T)pe Foundr and
Printers' Warehouse on the Pacific Coast.
05 and 107 Leideidorff and
59 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
We keep 011 hand ihe largest slock of American Fancy
Tvpe ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete stock of Miller fc Rich
ard's Scotch Type ; ami can
furnish, at hort notice,
-Anything In the Printer' Una
from a Itadkin to a C) Under Prens. We have a Urge
stock of new and second-hand Printing Presses 01
all makes and sies. We are sole agents for
Campbell's C) Under Presses, Cbttrell and
Italxock Presses; also Peerlesn, Cliji
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
ington Jobters
WASHINGTON HAND PRKSSES;
new llaiter steam engines, which are juM the thing for
printers, luerk Water .Moters, Utm I'atwr Luiters,
and a full line of bantam's liookbtndeis'
machiuer).
OUK FIDELITV ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are amsidered the lest n
use, ttave ou useu our I crtection plate I
They save editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore sate money.
MTSLND FOR OUR CATALOGUE
Rkmeviher No house on this coast can concrete with
us in quality of goods.
Chicago office 17! Monroe street
OTEWART BLANC,
Hotel Strrkf, Honoitlu, H. I,
DICALHi: IX LAJUES AXJ
Gent's Shoes ami Gaiters,
Try my store, after one transaction ou uill I sure
to come again. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
San Francisco,
T H. NORTON & Co.,
No. 13 MAU.VAkKA SrRhtT,
ititrn short iif tSltotji mmtrrtt unit till klml
of JlltU'hMutlth M wi7sv ilaim to unlti
Cantage making and repairing done( by competent
workmen Mr. M, Murray, well knuu for hit supe
lior work on carriages, will be found here, 'lhebot
htft-e-slioer in the country works at this pUcc. 103 qr
V
T AINB & Co.
ltONOU'Ut, 11. I,
COMMISSIOX MKItCIIAXTS IMI'Olt
trr mill litttler In
Hay, Grain ami Oeneral 1'rotlucc.
TTYMAN UROTHERS,
Nl. tg McKCIISNr StKILKT, IlllSOLUI-V, II. I.,
IMI'OHTKHS or UKSHtt.lLMKIWHAX-
Hr from fViinrc, t-Uiylntitl,
Germany and the UniteJ States. l
H
YMAN BROTHERS,
tid anusiSCaluoknia StkerTi S. F.,
WHOLESA LE iMOVEUS.
OLCANO HOUSE,
Ckstfr or KlLAUKA,
IF, if. LEXTX, MAXAOEE.
Visitor reniiirins any unusual display of volcanic ac
tion will kindly gio the Manager at least ten ilas no
tice In fine Heather, and from eleven to thirteen iu foul.
Plenty to eat, a routing fire, clean ld and the 11
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands. 5
CAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. . MKKCIIANT.SrRPKT. HOSOU'LT, II. I.,
(orioMie. sailor's nour.)
V US TO M Jl O O T A X O S II O E
Makers,
Good work,: low prices. Retiairins t'one with neat
ness ami dictated.
p II. OEDING,
xpresc and Drayman.
Freight, Packages, ami lUggage ilelive red to and from
all parts of Honolulu ami vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to Moting Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR Till: PURPOSE
Telephone 86; residence ajs Punchbowl Mrtet.
Office B6 King street. 106-tf
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Company. (Limited)
TIICO. . DAVtES AG EXT.
Ilie above acent has received instructions to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poli
cie at the low cm rates, vsith a sjiccial reduction on
ireigtit per steamers. 1
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
Company.
. A. SCJfACFER & Co.tAGEXTS.
'I he alove firm having been appointed agents of this
company arc prejiared lo insure risks against fire on
btone and Urick buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the moki faorah!e terms. For particulars
apply at their ottice. 1
I take great pleasure In Informing my friends and the
public In general, that I have
REMOVED
T iny ttrir Stnrr,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Wliere I ooen with an entire NEW STOCK OK JEW
EI.RV, SOLID 001.1) AND FLATED,
WATCHES,
of all descriptions, and a complete
assortment of
Sit, rKll-I'LATED WAKK,
Agent for Simpson's, Hall's, Steel's anil Roftr'i
Silver Plated Ware. Dejiot of llie GerniSne
" American, Waltliam and Elgin
Watches.
lcto bbcrtiscments.
N
ORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. HACKFELP Co., AGEXTS.
Catiital and Reserve
their He-Insurance Companies,
. . Rcichsinark. 8,830,000
L'omnaiiis. it.rMJu.cxKi
'Ihe Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
IslamU, are irep.ired to insure Uuildings, Furniture,
Merctuudisc nnd Produce, Machinery, etc, also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels En the harbor, against los
or tiamage tiy hie, on (lie most iaoratic terms.
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCV
Company, (Limited.)
MOXKi' JMAXKJt
On First-class securities, for long or short periods.
Apply to V. L.GRKKN, Manager v w.
Office Queen Street, over G. W. Mac far lane & Co. -481!
" FOLDI,
(Representing HoffnungA Co., of Sydney,)
having arrived per "City of New York, is now ready
for business.
JEWELRY. DIAMONDS,
Saddlery and General Merchandise,
Sample Room, BREWER BLOCK,
(upstairs, next to Dr. Whitney,.)
WhoUuile Qnltn SolMttJ.
WATCH REPAIRING
Will be as before, A SPECIAL IIRANCII OF MINK
Warranting all Work. A full line of
Sirrtrlrti it ml EyrutitHnra,
Thankful for the confidence shown me, I invite the
public to insject my stock Iwfore purchasinf else-
here,
Mveoxl staiiilini! iu tins Kinudom. from lone sears
exticririice in tins business, ts a guarantee that I sliall
offer the HESTattlie VERY LUWKM" I'KICr.?!. I
liave siureit no expense in selecting new stock in order
to keep up my reputation and Jo give satisfaction.
5 1 3in
H
OTEL STREET MARKET.
B'
AILEY & Co.
ilrtnt f-CVi4sf Stun t Smmthhiy Xrir J
Ten thousand different ankles. cserjthlnR IOrenli
Vomritml rr, til
Old Stand, 109 Fort street. 100-3111
M
PHILLIPS & Co.
IMPORTERS
I7M, McCANDLBSS,
No. 6 Qiten SrithttT, (Fisit Market.)
OEALEIt IX CHOICEST llEEE, JIVTIOX
Vrul, flh, rlr.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully attended to.
Live stos.L furnished to vessels at short notice, and vrg
ctables of all kind supplied lo order. 14
Particular attention paid to filling and shlpjinc Is
and orders. 1
T OUIS ADLER,
NUMKKK I J Nl'VANt STttbkT.
M.IXUEACTVHEH AXD OEALEIt iS
Jiooi mid Shot a uf rrtry Drscrletluti,
Ladies' and Children vear. My stock is worthy of
infcpection. iTices very low. yj
T WILLIAMS Si Co.
101 A,sn 104 Fort Stukkt,
VHOTOaKAVHIV A HVJST.S
Hcturciof all sties a,nd kinds nude to order, anil
frames of all dewTlptlont constantly on hamt. Als
Corals SheUi arul Curiosities of the Pacific
(- E. WILLIAMS,
Imi-okteb ami Dkalkr in
EUnXlTVUE OVEVEHY UESCIUVTiOX
-Uo Vpholsterer ami JltiuttifticUirer
Furtiiture Warerooms No. 109 Fort street. Work
shop at old wand oil Hotel Street. All orders promptly
teiuieu to. 41
a ml U'hirfrMuIr Orate r in t'tothittf, Hmiln,
Stutes, Hats, Menv's rumivhini; Gonls
Fancy Goods, etc.
No, 11 Kaahumanu street.
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. IIACKIKLD & Ca, AgtHts.
Capital and Reserve Rikhsniaik C.ono.uwk,
H their Re-Insurance Companies ' 101,650,009
Total Ruchsmark 107,650,00a
The Agent of the above Compan). for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prep.ircil to insure Uuildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce. Machinery, etc. also Suirar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the liarlor against loss
or damage ' tire, on lite mot iaorame terms. ;
M
Kit. a. WALLKH, Vroprlrtor,
I'RIMK .MK.VIS, roKK and VKA1., O.N HAND
AND IOR SAI.K DAILY, between the
hours of 5 until is a. in. and a p. m.
S 11. Customers calline at ihe Market can 1 sui
psiea alternoons, u so uesireu.
Tesrihone No. ajsV,
A W. RICHARDSON sit Co.
IsimaTaiisANii Daamas in
noor.s, sttor.s, mtXJ.siiixti omnia,
IIiiIm, Vnim, Trunk, I'.iI.r.,
rcrfumery and Soniu, Walilum Wauhcs, I'ino le.
elry. eie., cor. of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon.
oiuiu, ll. 1.
THOS. C. THRUM,
IkllHlRTINO AND MlsM'MCTVIllisa
STATWSKH, XKWS A(li:.ST, I'ltlSTKIt,
llonklitiiilrr, rtr.f
And publisher o(th SsTfunAV rrss,auj au'.iA
4,lMa.i.'dii.i'Hu, Merchant street. Ileal
ft In rin. otatlonerr, iiooks, .music, toys ana rancy
:ouds. Fort street, near lloicl, llonululo.
JJ F. BURGESS,
VAHI'KXTKH iiml lll.'II.DHIt.
All Mmls of joUilni; ironirtly altenJeil to.
Telejilione Ny. 130, Williamson's Impress OlTice.
Shop Ko. 14 King street. 10S
(TTO RHIEN,
I'rtrrtiiitru .Siirorun,
Diseases of Horses and oilier domesticated niliuls,
treated In the tnM iractical aid scientific manner,
pisesses or tmsc iioor a srrciALTt.
Residence Ij Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left uill recent prompt attention. 5-ir
UTUAU LIFEINSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
IHLDKR & Co., AGEXTS,
l.nryet, Sttfrnt ami innul Kcontnnlml Lift
Inmtrituri Cniiitiitny hi Hi Worlil,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further information concwnin.7 the Coin Dan v.
and for rate of Insurance atpli lo the Agents, or to
I t,' V.'t ..... C .U-:.In. .1 rr.hi
j i .. 1 v inst th., .jss.ivitss ..as.
icw with the Secretary of tlie Naw Kent. 2Q.
Mrs, l)e Lone nuile a nersonal reiiuest to
those ol trus Mnguoin, anu wnen uni iuii rue turncsi over to ner an tne private ami
cease lo be usej for Ihe tiurpoa of a Sailor', inl erfcet lieloncing to her late huband,
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Hosotli.i, 11. I.,
ttraltrt In Liiinbrrniiil nil klinU uf llntlil-
inn Mnterlnll, I'nluts, Ollt, ,Vill, tic,
A Bent I of fjtooncrs
Hal.akala, Kulamauu, Kckauluolil, Mary Ellen,
UUama, Fauahl and Leahl.
At Robinson's lurf. 1
nptlEO. H.DAVIBS,
(l.ATlt Jamos, Oasss h Uu.)
1 m 10mr.it, rouMissios mkhchasi
nml Aurnl for
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
BritUh and Foielju Marin, laaurance Company.
And Northern Assurance Company. 1
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
Ho-.ot.vU', II. I.,
HKA I. KltT.t TK JIHOKKIt A Sit KMI'l.O V
tnrnt Itnrtitit.
Rents Rooms. Collates, Houses, and sells and leases
Real sut. lit all iiarlsof lh Klnitdom. KrupLosment
found tut those seelmi: svork in all the various Uanches
of buainess connected stith these Islands. Leal itocu
nientsurawn, inns s-iis,cu, imim iki oskshiiussti
ajsd general otftc. ssotL transacted. 1'atroiug. solicited.
Csunoilssious luoderaie 34
- F, WOLFE,
IlilMILl'U', II, .,
iihockhy, rimn AXII ritttrisios
Mriclmiit.
Would lite licads of families. rljoanliniEhutlsa leepers
and others to Lnovv that li at all lime sells at 'tees,
lowest of th. Uw. Orders solicited and goods ioiaptly
delivered In any part of the city or sulrtirlu. Number
to. rslns; aueet, tmtneen rtiateaanu rurt ais. 31-0111
Home, the tame shall revert to the Govern
ment.
lly order of the 1'ris.y Council, Nov. to, 1854.
IxintMN Andkkvvs, Sec'ry.
December 15, 1854, ilieJ Kamelumelu III.
agtsl forty-one yean and nine months. He
bad Uessn In Wilms health lor a yen niestoualy,
M sssa utlaiMly (U only five or sU day. At
the Sow of Savon the anBouncesaeot was. uad
by Ismwhsssj Uw Hoy. StMsUii to suUttuH
and the "request will by granted. All the relics
Irom Ihe Arctic region thought back by Mel
ville were unpacked al the ruty ilcuitmcnt,
and a record taken.... The firt detachment
of household cavalry started for Alexandria
Oct. ajtii on the way home. The rest follow
Thursday or Fiiday.,,. At ranaiwrt has gone.
to Suet to embark the Indian troops,.,, Arabi
rasaa uemanu a trui uy r.ngiisBmen, saylnc
that be swrtKsdfied to them, and he would
hve ssacasitsl if he had known thai he was to
be tried by Kgypllaas, frow whom he eapects
Hsr ssssissji
Disiiop Co.
HokOLVll', II I ,
BANKERS,
Draw Esclianfonth. BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and ihe'u ajmis In
.' York,
HtintoH,
Pari.
Auckland,
Tt) ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION 01
LossnU.. and their branchu in
itikW' ,
Sydney mnm .
JfffSour-MC,
Assst mnuci (tncsal IUaUn Ihsslness. i
-s w. MACFARLANB tt Co.
QlIKIM SlSktr, HuNOtltl', II. I,
JsiiiMii-fYf' nml CoifsiiifMloM JsfrrrAniifa.
Itaolnaon'a rirr-lininf Itnllillnn.
Aleuts for
Th. Glasiross and Honolulu Ltn. of Packet.
John Hay A Co.' Liverpool Una of Packet
Ttui Waikapa Planlatiou
Th. Spencer Plantation. HUo
HakaUu PUntation. Ililo
Mlrl.es, Tait at Watsoo, Sugar Machinery
The Puuto. Sheep Ranch Company
X1TILLIAM O. SMITH,
STOCK BROKER,
No. It MERCHANT S'lKKKT, HONOLULU,
(KuaMished In 1879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad. Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks. Bonds and similar
securities bought and sold on
Conuntsslon. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. I., (VloUr isl, 18S1.
"-pilE
LONDON AND, PROVINCIAL
Fire Iusuravuce Co.
(I.imitcil.)
,w.rr.;i r'.ijiriii .... $.i,tnni,tim
(l,C0,UUO.)
t'h. alios. Company luv. now v,iaUislied an agency
here, and arc prrpumi to laLe lisVs on s-o.
city of civry ilessriptlon ssilh'ui these
lftUlks.
J T. WATKRIIOUSK, Jr..
to6-)n Agent.
JUST RECEIVED
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
The l.ales) Styles in
FELT HATS,
I'llmmed and Un trimmed, Also In Straw and Rough
I'luth. IWtsutiful Ilumes aod Flowers.
Call and examine them ; also.
a fine line of
Ladies Underwear
AND-
Children's Clothing.
MRS. WILKINSON,
.,m. lot Fori Street
1 10.1 f
A U SMITH.
iMrvmis am jraaiaa in
uiAnswAKr.nr.itinr.s sii.rru rii-
Inl H'ttrr, Ututkrl; fifes.
King's Combination Spectacls. aud K)cglass
Luural Vif Vrt, Fancy isusos, IVturt lranves, Puv
lob, Wsuienhulin's I'otlst Cutlery, Powder, Sbsc and
Anununiikw, Clark's Spool CosU, Masluo. Otl, ail
kinds of WarhUi. KesJUs, ''Uosoeuu:" Paper FssIhosss.
SJa agtai of the wait crsaK y a lino, ledgcd
LUbt-RuaxtJug Doutk Sfwissf Matkisse,
No. aaTwt attsMt, lUstssW.
SASTLE COOKE,
Nil. to, Kli.fi StC.KT, HilMlM'M .11.1
Sklwhitf sshiI t'swiifMfM Merchant;
Imp-rters and Dealers In
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Agu.s (U
Ih. Iliuhcuss. K Conuuiy. lluitaiiohf
'1i Alcaander & Italdom lt-iiosi.
R. Haluesvd, or Waialua Panlallon.
A. II. Ssuuh & Cotnuaos, Kolua. Kauai,
J, SI. AUsana.r, llaii.u, .siaus.
In. iiaisu iiisupauy,
Th. Korula asigv Company,
tlanua.ua PUiuallio.
The Union Inaunac. Cosauany of San Francisco.
Th. j)!''jjjll9attn-
Tk tylftlgtATIv Una.
Tba HsWssbsVtr TJ Mssaassihi tftt Sm FrancUco
triTmssj k IssalVrasVssWslil sfssSriiiii
SsUnVDKIra
t
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob. Insurance Company.-
irSllOP& Ca AGEX1X
SarABISlIKO lt)6.
Viillnillnl I.Uihllltu to tttorKliililrr.
Assets $ji,sjs4,i
Reserve.. sV.7sss.ss1s
itcouK roa it;).
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance $ S.)ta,asjs
losses pronipily adjusted and paid here. 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
CASTAS COOKE, AGR.VTS
KtGrlUTIU It.
I The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
I'ullrlr I flit, I uit llie irio.f i'uroruU. Trrmt
axAsirn or Mjsinisrutciia tu, 1
Insured age J )ears--oriliiary lif. plan I
I Annual premium continues Policy a years, j days
a Annual premiums continue Policy a years, is '
1 Annual pitmtums continue Policy years, j "
4 Annual pc emiunis continue Policy year. i "
I AMiuu psenuusss swuiiiu. ris mj s-s,aw
Assets, - fiWMtem.
Uosici paid through Hoaolal Aftcy, fH.a
p ENGLING Ca,
IMFORTAMT !
'Ilit sulurriUrt, finding their restus srart lotally In
adequate lo carry on their largely increasing
buoinctt, found It netesury to enUrgs
their wore, In order to facilitate
ihe shoeing of art Im
men stock ot
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special attention Is called 10 th. following
eshibits nosy on hand 1
SUPERIOR STOVES!,
ALVARAIK) STOVES.
NEW PARAGON RANGES.
EUREKA RANGES,
ARMY RANGES
Suitable for plantation use, th. c.UUal.d "NI.MRLK
STOVE" aod "IJABV MAV RANGE.
TsJEW GOODS.
NEW GOODS T
Kr. " alenuHt.rr," from LIVy.HI'OOL.
J) IAS l GONZALVEH,
67 Hotsal StrtMt,
wish to direct public attention iu iheir recent Importa
11011 01
DRY GOODS,
Clothing, Fancy Goods and Hand
Embroidery
FUOH MAIiKIUA.
U'e purchased the Goods For Cash, and will therefor.
I. In a HMitiiu to olfer
Great Advantates to Patrons!
Hi. Fancy Ancles are well worthy of inspection,
consiulng in part or
Work Beams Inlaid Fancy Wood. Card TsYkltM
laoiais ana ireys, sr supanor n j.v
Goods, Wicker Chairs. Fancy Week
Baskets, Hoes. Hair Watch Cfeaku,
Mules, Paper Ksviv.s. etc., etc.
saraxt) una 01 s.aau
Bsssbroider.d (hand
A Ursj. Una of Ladles'
och) Under Clothing-. Cro-
set In Irick, st'uh hut waler ailashosenu I Copper Lo
crs, ( .very desoiption, mad. to order t Iron
pipingall slts-s-Ltd Pipe. Iron and
Hrass Cui.k and antits ; also
civet Week, Antimacassar., Fancy .
Pin Cushions, new styles. Glare, HatssV
kerchlW and Jesjrflry Caaes, injaSklsisT
isew, Bmkroider.d PUitron and CilsuSsi
A go4 MuorfassrNl uf iVrMnserr.
IAJ sk OOMZaSIsVaM.
1; Hotel SUeet, Grey' Block. n
foreign JLtocrtUtmcitt.
TJ W. SEVERANCE,
'' 310 CUfDiiNi Sr., t'al,,(RuOM No. 4-)
WJIT.IiM.V COXHVL VOMMiUMHUt
MmJtuml, '
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ll Is not necessary to .numeral, cstr uockof TIN
VVAKt., aass. ar. preparea 10 supuy ers-ry
artlcl.Ulh.irad., and at PUTcLs-
10 SUIT THE TIMES.
AHI,
Sa Nuuanu Street,
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WIS Mbl, j. ,
HnrrHut, Chnlr: iMUHyr; ltf, Wtk
aslsiMsl., Toltrl Tnllr; MrmtktH,
akl all other (oods appertaining to a wsll isnuUisd
WVUKVtVMM aMsM.
Orders Wled for
BEDROOM AMD PABLO BITS.
On hand, a Lara foutko'f Jspiinx. f- iillne
u FTaf1W&Tia3L
BuHnstsa don. ou tlrf usual Cor.in.wksl TssSsSS, ease st
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E. k Co. thank th.ii paliuos (ur lis Irueral assssporl
accorded ihtat duriaai tk. past Sunt -pears, and ai tk.
saas. ttasst wwuM slat. Hssl I
posiuonttvanesscloesacW
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i trtm so tkatr turn (4 taa.
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