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TOE PACIFIC. 'wvBBCIAl ADYERTISEIt, r cw' . rverr TbaMar Maralm. at Six fwW".,., Aaauaa. nnyahle In Uraaer, . i rtt w- a.. !Ulnrio0 -lge and the expense of forward- r L!o''l'hlio,li.' ail paper. oe American Will AOKTHiri-wti --jnB P"" . .. l-an rvnat.ee Mnir eolla.. , fam r"cr''er, whi prefer it, can have their tl 't'rtr' M thmoich the Hawaiian mail, and will be r W- ,rr?,y- u!wl p "f 1 M at the Uawaiiaa fost riic. h""' ir, n pvEBTIEMKST4 WILL B C1MBACD. .TT. I jo"-"- feaarh on en-en nu. . . . . a eta t i ace-d:n lines.) per annum S5 00 t.ch-.ili'n, lioe.) 44 50 cu. ttr-liui lOiinespacejarat iuserUon.$l 00 M"' Vh suea.wn iTsertim 60 et. i3r-rn-c- wGl be charged at the following rates, r Jf"-1 paTbie at the end of each quarter . ..-rre. C J Zr.ea.) pr qa mer t5 00 BOuinn.per qiaiw .....$12 00 a column, per column $20 00 ...37 50 "Commercial Advertiser. "nrlrty. , ate he steals within yoor walla, ' " .u. iiiiM Mnr hrr w she enwk: f h-rt she winal. - - ' B the rrnom there hl diil not find t i?.rMht lhi h of hatred works. Barm it 'I.. Utot ai h lurks. . . p.n-imonniia . pn.t?monhini where the dwells.' a the IIca!t of domestic he 11a f t wBi Tery perpleiins question how soldiers :ch ti"1, teQt whn the are oat Ptch. hi I better alertise himself than wait wait and .Aziherrfdoit him. i i w's!l Tonr artions to pass for truth, Yoa can easily preTent it, eir, by re- . .lgfficvi writer, who has made quite a : UUUI i . " t. V waa 1 . 91 T JjJica IS uc "uauc : ue jjiBtioB the whole that we should giTe the prefer -tthitof tnoco. FixrnQCAint at Erzep-ocm The official -,of the earthquake at Erzeroum. Turkey, on JJ sf Jane, report the number of dead at 880, of M it n o missing at by. ur the 6UU0 Lin, or thereabouts, of which Erzeroum consisted. iygijreDeeu toiauy uesiroy, ixu nare Deen Ljsfy damped, and nearly 10U0 of the remainder UaMrtoriessinjarea. I Ekttios or Mocst Vkscvics. A letter dated Jt, Jan Hta JS : Ad midst the excitement U m&gntion of war, Vesuvius will urge its a public attention. With the quiet assurance ariapated power, hourly it is ' laying waste the iffli jTowing with all the promise of harrest, Uose bo looks at it from Naples observes a large isi attacbfrl to the side of Vesuvius. Within the Wire months it has increased wonderfully in ' it is Tin lAnmr a rill it to. akM aAm. ( ..v. , r - " va u i L , ruea ana overnowea its oanks, and Utxl help Lwr owll proprietors who have investel their tiStt'e portions of land now encrusted with lava. la or thk Bbitish Miitisters. Subjoined "is a k tv tioinet, with tbe age of each member : U Pu'ierton. Premier ................75 v Stbrone, Chancellor of the Exchequer 50 Wt.n RuII, Foreign Secretary 67 i C IV wis. IIome Secretary 53 jVifinntle, tvIoni:tl Secretary 48 I 51tJ Herbert, Secretary for War 49 fcC'. Io-lian Secretary 59 ta-fnerjiee, h"irt Lord r,t AJiniralty 55 pel!. LrI Ch.-incrlor. . . ,'. SruiTiUe, Presi.ient of the Council .41 i Priry Seal 36 irfPpn. P.inrauter G-nernl 48 CUvlrri, Prr-ident of the Boini f Trale 55 I-1 Gih.n. Presi.lent P.r Lnw Bon1 52 CipIw11. Secretary for Ireland 4 . . .46 ?e Grty. Dachy of lotncasrer. 60 The above show the aver.ze age to be 55 cooptuno. riRDMER. LEWIS 3c XORTOX ste th nppnrrmirr nf thanknr thrtr trlnnia and the :urwtil, , Vf fvr ami patmntrr hUhPTtn htrstow -i tbem, an. I rtrspectfui'7' kea; their continnance of the ri-r ntretcd t thrm wDl he performed with poncto- r owl kc cri t Wt - bv1. far rAiKa of all aizes and vrta. yamt id arr.H or 4uo rtia. ltj-tr NT.V C00PCR.1GE ! TTUOX S BUILD1N. MERCHANT ST. Ilaaielsilai. OxHsi, II. I. 3E rXDERSIfSXEO HAVE TAKEN ! aoaxc yremiirs fjr thf purpose of carrying on the Coopering Bnsiness ' in raruat branches, and solicit a share of the public Nose. - it jI practical coopers, they Batter tnemselves that thry ort as ant on as feas-Miahie terms as any other es- f-jent a U'looluia or on the baodwich IsUnda. sat LAMB, FARDEX & CO. rPIIOI,STERi:C2. VlTHE UNDERSIGNED, HAYING A Biiwirh knowledge f the above bo'mfs", begs to 'sav, aotifr his friends arnl the puMie generally of Honolu- r " k, Una he is prepared to make to order, on siK-rt no- cd a ifie most tnorongh workmanlike manner, !inng . -prjig Bed, Hjir, Pulu and Grasw Matreswes. Old So--es, te r"-e-vereil an-1 repaired with neatness and ilis- h. Cirrt. of All kinds laid in Uie most thomaeh workman- Hfflvr. O. H. INGRAIIA3I. Ma Next door to Geo. Clark, Esq.. Hotel street. C. E. WILLIAMS, Cabinet Maker and Tnrner. )HE0I.D STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR lmmTor Kort. paa o jjl kinds made and repaired. aal fr-r sale. READY MADE FURNITURE, Koa st and Plank; Cedar. Black Walnut and Cherry ft. lTmi and Mahoeany Veneeririjr. n amruiKnt of Gilt Mooldins, arnl lartre sneI It lass. Tn-y fcockm?. Dining, Office and Children's Chairs. Coffins on hand and made to order. 15S-Iy II. F. LONG, ml 4-1 .1 A r1rA. BEGS LEiTB TO NOTIFY THE r pqMic t?ui he is now prepared to furnish all kinds V f CuFFlXS, and superintend FaneraK, at the short f e notice. From the koT experience he has had in fn he tnwu that he may give satisfaction to those who Wan sith a call. Ready made pine coffins always on f 14 tn $10; cherry and koa do- varnished, $10 and '' pf4ihed. $i and $40. Koa Lam her on hand and aa ahup, King street, nearly opposite tbe Seamen's i -ntXrTCRE made, repaired and varnished, with .sispairfi, HS-tf finprvTrnivii ivii IAIVTDV 1.11 tiiii.lU .liiu jviiisia WDF;RSICEO WOULD INFORM j ls and the Pahiie that he has taken the stand fortn U y . J-nson, (Carpenter.) on King street, oppo voerc he intends to open a carpenter shop and i . ia all its various brarxhea. tli arilera rxernterl with nmraDtWM and dispatch. GEO. MILLER. SOJlPso.Y & 2VEYILLE, ( BLACKSMITHS, ,f'0lTE THE CUSTOM HOTSE, t 'RE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED a r -m.r tTwrrl v occupied hy M. M. Mattkrw, an i ' - -- - aki. Pasrlasw sararl tf?rt JJy. s the stvirtrt ontkx aod momt reftflooabie 4 hnnaa k mwUt .i a. - - M bAW tat aft. Bhj.re UlliffuaT sS r.t.f M Kfci ill rbMfiWtvl. 105-tf Blacksaithinj ! Aj. 'tlB tI)r.RIICEII II A ' A waiiwd his Bbopto tbe NEW ESPLAN-' "r. la aml t.- tm vnrk nf all kinds "TW. ai M prtf to .nu the time. Partarnlar rid to aU kUxla of ship worm ; and, having Jptenred Farrirr. recently arrived rom the t nrtad K a-rrag services ia that line may rely apoo lhelr 1 ''"wWisa workiaaalike awanrter. HArBavA ia " GEORGE TDO.nAS, w i in v. 0r CALL THE ATTENTION OF i lr.,"" to nts stock of material, enawui vS-eaU Lhne. Brick. Cesoeot, Fire Clay, Plaster JIT""" JlUt od Fire Brick, at his yard, opposite the 'Kb Street. 160-ly Lprrey & McCIyiuont, rlaS, GIZIFRS. GILDERS AND PA L PEIC HANGERS, sy.T F.yo.T J.fO KINO STREETS. l&-tf E0Ll LU SOAP tJORKS, BT , JT- J. RAWLINS fc CO., 'HSKFri. FOR PlST FAVORS, , erepared. with their present taprovemeota, to 'JTl?" famiUea with hard and soft soap J atoo, ' bm,.. i. " H. ready to buy or trade lor tallow, lash, aa M-ly . JOHNSON, .. noCSE CARPENTER, 4c, . " : FOriT STREET. ,?FULLY INTIMATES THAT - -e wexnerae aar vara " TJ pa btie patroaage. ROXOLUT T I"C3 wosas. prered to repair I I II I I I II I m l jusiatss J. F. COLBURX, ATJOTIOKrET.T Kaahmnanq street, Honolulu. Oahu. A. 1. EVERETT. Hoinlalq, Oahn, II. I. AVAIIAX FLOUR COMPANY, If A. P. EVERETT, Treasurer and AKent. C. II. 1EWERS, Lumber and building tnaterials,Fort SL Honolulu. 105-tf E. KRULL, Merchant aad Importer. Office. ComrnUsion street. Kaahumana 105-tf VOX BOLT. . Von IIOLT&IIETinif. TH. C. BBCOK Qeneral Commiagjon Merchanta. Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 105-tf ALEX. J. CAUTWRICiHT. Cornnssion Merchant and General Shipping Ageut, Honolulu, Oahu, U.I. ios.tr GODFREY Wholesale Dealer in WinA and the Pest Office, Honolulu. j RHODES, Spirits, Ale and Porter, near 49-tf GEORtiE CJ. HOWE, kJ iT ""-v j-viir w yuteo ana i aixanu streets on CIIAS. KREWER, 2d, Agent for the BREWER PLANTATION. Honolulu. 119-tf , H. IIACKFELD & CO. Qeneral Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu. IUo-U E. O. HALL. Importer and Dealer in Hani ware, Dry Owls, Paints, Oils, and general Merchandise, corner of Fort and Kin? streets. 105-t GEORGE CLARK, Dealer in Dry and Fancy Goods. lintel street between Nuuanu and Mannakea streets. Honolulu, 8. I. 11 tf T. MOMMAS. r MOS3MAS, J 3IOSSM AN ale SON, Bakers, Grocer and Dealers in Dry Onod,Nuuann strert, non olulu, Unhu, S. I. 127 if W. N. LADD, Dealer in Habdwabk, CrrLKT. McCBAXirs' Importer and Toou and AGaicVLTTBAL Implcmksts. rurt street. Ilono- 103-tf lulu. JANION, RREEN & CO., Commission Merchants Pin-Pi oof Building, Queen street. uwmaio, April 1. isov. 10-tr A. S. & 31. S. GRINRAUM, Importers and Dral-rs in F.ihi'wia!.le Clothing, Hats, Caps Boots ami Shoes, a d trtry Trirty of Gentleini-n's Suerir Furnishing OimU. Jitore, cvruer of Fort and Merctwnt sts., Hooolulu, Oahu. 119-tf HABSIS, OABC. P B. SWAI!, HAWAII ABEL HARRIS & CO., Dealers In all kinds of ll iwailxn Pmducr, Honolulu, Oahu. H. I. Praw Hills Exchange on Messrs. Mclluer k Merrill, San Francisco. V. S. A. lJrt-tf RITSON & HART, Successors to Mr H..irv R hin.n. Wlnik-fmle Wine and Spirit Merciiants, Honolulu. 11. I , uud-r the Room of A. JCurt- wriisht, ami at the faa Kaahuin inu aitreet. 22-lt J. C. SPALDIXC, Commission Merrliant. ami lnirter, ll'.ri'ilulii, Oahu, S. I. Wanted. Biii of Exeliane on the U. 8. and Europe. Cn siammenta fr-n aTal ppmiiKly atteihlcd tu. Islanl pro. duce of all kiu.ts taken in exclinne for gonls. 105-tf R. I". SNOW, General Commission Merciiaut. Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. Islaods. A'itST nK ... . Regular Line nf Bton n I H mo'tila Pai-kets. Sale of Cufft fnnn the TitConi 1'Umaiion. Sale of Crocker Brother x s Yellow MetaL New Fogland Roofiiig Company. 123-tf CBA.4. a. BLSBOr. WM. A. ALDRICB BISHOP & CO., Bankers. Office in the east corner of 44 Makee's Block," on Kaahumanu street. Iloir.lulu. Will receive deposits, discount Hrst-class business paper, and attend to collecting, etc. llat-tf W. A. ALDRICH, Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise ; Commission Agent for the Sale of Su:r, M.. losses and Coffee, and other Island Produce. Agent f-r the Unri Pi astatiox. Con liuroenU of all kind of Islai.i'. Produce solicited. Orders fur Merchandise promptly atteoded to. 105-tf THOMAS SPENCER, Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchawliiie, and Commission Merchant. Honolulu. Oahn. S. I., keel's constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every description of good re quired by whaleships and others. Shipping furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, &c, at tne shortest notice, at uie very lowew. uutraei inra. XT Money advanced for'whalcrs' bills at the lowest rates. 105-tf CCST. O. MEIXBtfR!!. CCST BKINKH3. MELCIIERS & CO., Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu, 8. I. Stone store corner of Kaaiiumanu and Merchant sts. Money advanced on favorable terms for Whalers bills on the I . S Mnal rjimw. " C. BREWER 2d, General Commission Merchant. Honolnln, Oahu, S. I. 3Ioney advanced on favorable term for bills of Exchange on tlie U. 8., England and France. AJI'L. V. CASTLE. AMOS. 8. COOKB. CASTLE & COOKE, t i i h..i.-i .ml Retail dealTrs in General Mer chandise, at the old stand, corner of the King and School streets, near the Urge Stone Church. Also at the Store formerly occupied by C. n. Nicholson, in King street, oppo- Bite the Seamans Cliapel. Agents cine. for Dr. Javnes Medi- 105-tf UTAI At AIIEE, . ... .v. a . Pi.naations of Aiko. at Papakoa, and Iwo, pSo7liriotlm,,orter.and Wholesale ami Retail Deal ers in China Good ; have on band, fur sale, at then- estab- o Kin street. Honolulu, and at Lahaina, Afaui, gugar. Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and a large and varied assortment of general merchandise Honolnln, August 13, 15 0Jy - A. P. EVERETT. COMMISSION MERCHANT. J anion's new block, Queen street, Honolulu, U. A. REFERENCES. Messrs. Sammo TArrAS, - E. D. Bbkjbam o-, rlrn.au, Kara te Hill, noooiu'u, July 1. 1SSL Boston. 6-tf C. A. Ai H. F. POOR. IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCIIANTS, HONOLULU, OAnU, SANDWICH ISLANDS. ELtSBAHASBBtU, ., - - - ' Messrs. nsAB, New York. U'ainn. Babbv a 1X1., ABBaarrar, Clabk Co., BaDOBB it UOBSBBOBB, San Francisco. 8aa Francisco. 105-tf iOBX r. POPB. COm B. C. WATSBMAS. n. C. WATERMAN COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Vaetml artentioo paid to the Interests of the Whaling Fleet, y REFERENCES, yiessrs. Isaac Huwlad, Ja, k Co, New Bedford, tv. O. E. Pora, Eso, do- , MoMAit, Co., saa r.- McRrsa k Msbbill, do. 105-tf jT. W. SEVERANCE, lata of C. U Rich abw Jt Co ) Ship Chao-ller aad Commission Merchant, Honolulu, 8. I. REiUta tu Captain B. T. Sow, - - -Measrs. V. C. Watbbmas to, -WtLUAUS Has, Mobba,Sto'Co., -MrKcaa Mebbill, Swirr ALLB, T. it A. R- Nva, Hcxar A. Pnata, - -a tlirrni At CO.. Honolulu, a New London. San Francisco. a. New Bedford. .M Boston. New York. . .. CLI. rta.fvlWV BXld H. W. SEVERANCE will common ' " e ' . Every description of Mian Business at the UM Btan.1 gh7p7"aw-d Merchandi reqaired by Shippings wjU 1 f .IS - Kml and tur sale at low rates. v-u win K P. S. WILCOX, ta R. Coady A Co..) Shipping and Commission Mer- " . . a, . tzt 1 1 Bat Taalaawbrts (Socceasor I H"T . L . . w. Wiiaooa. BCTt J?-.x ,r Wouxrrr Banoas, San Francfaco. ' , . XV I iSoXeonOnoTthe Shipping andCommto P. S. AV IrC.Trrled onhrR. Coarty U Co. A supply slon Buslnes. T f, J .,,.1 Rbip Chandlery line, of the leading '' K?. . saie at low rates. Froaa loug kept oonstaaUy oo J! wbaleships, he to prenar d to offer "P'f praUr altentlon wU I i paid HQNOLUJ.U, HAAVAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER S, 1359. justness racDKaiac i bajcks. EDWARD P. ADAMS. & CO., Honolulu, Hawaiian FltED'K L. HANKS Commissirin and Shipping Merchants, Id lands. xt . REFER TO Messrs. McRcra k Merrill, Gaix!(eLL,"Mi!m:a & Co, Swirr k Allkm, CHAa. Scccniut b Co., . 186-ly San Francisco, New York New Bedford Boston t. IBWI2I. H. L. IXGOLS' IRWIN & CO., Acconntonts, Collectors and Custom House Brokers, Honolulu. Cr N. B- Complicated accounts adjusted, and commercial ujK.-iicu ana ciosea. 16o-tf JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE, Tmnnrt n . .1 t i , .... , ., aauu ncuui isnuer in uenerai AlerchandiHet , xionoiuiu. and Uihauia, Maui. 44-tf WILLIA3I HU3IPIIREYS, Notary Public, Office at tbe Court House, up stairs. 103-tf J. W. AUSTIN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office In Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 65-tf E. HOFFMANN, Til T m tm nyaician anu Kiireeon, omee in the new drnsr store, adjoining m ix. xiacmeni s uo., yueen-atreet- 1-tf J. D. BLAIR, aiiomey ana 1-ouns. llor at Law, and Pr-xrtor In Admiralty. Of- uce over Vr. Uuillou's Drug Store, Honolulu, S. I. 140-tf L. Mc CULLY. Attorney at Law. OiBce, over the Post-office. Transacts nusiness and executes documents in the native language. 143-tf DR. FORD'S Office and Drar Store, Kaahumanu Street, opposite Makee's uiock. snip s .Medicine chests refitted, and prescriptions careiuiiy prepared. XT Hot, cold, vapor, shower and medicated BATns.at all hours -iy CIIAS. F. OITILLOIT, 31. D , Late Suiyeon Unitel Slat Navy, Con.nHr Physician to sick American eamen and srenerxl nractilioner. Office, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant streets, and residence at Dr. WwhI's Mitnsi ui. Hotel sire-t. Medical and Surgical adrioe in English, French, Spanish, and Italian. Office hour from 11 a. m. to 2 P. M.s at other h-rtirs Inquire at his residence. 1-tf HONOLULU MEDICAL II ALL, DOCTOR MrKTBRIN, Surgeon, tc Has removel to the St.re Litely oceupieil by Dr. Lathrop, In Queen Street, where he will he r-trularly supplied with Medicines, Perfumery, etc . of the liest ounlitv. XT Family Medicines an I Prescriptions can fully prepared. XT Medicine Chests examined and refitted on reasonable terms. Attendance at (he otrtce from 8 a. m. till 0 r. m., on week days, and frmi 8 to 11 a. m. on Suudays. At other -times at his residence. Uniun street. 11 1-tf D. N. FUTNER, Continues his old business athe new store in Maker's new tire proof building, at tbe stand r-centl.v occupied by Dr. Hoffmann, corner of Queen and Kaahumanu streets. Chronometers rate-i by olservati::a f the sun and stars with a transit instrument accurately adjuste I to the meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to line watch remiring. Sextant and luadrant glasses silvered and adjusted. Charts and nauticial instruments constantly on h:tnd and for sale. 44-tf AGENT FOR THE New YorU Itwnrd f Uuilrrwrilrm. Tlie undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters, Ac, that he has been duly appointed as Agent fur the New York Board of UnderwritiT. 13-tf ALEX. J. CARTWRI0HT. FLORE.NS STAPKNHORST. Agent ftirthe Bremen anl Dnmleu B wrd of Underwriters All avenure cbtims against the said L ' nderwritera, occurring in - or about ihim ftkinttiiutn, will have to be oertitlea before htm. 1-tf fllE NORTHERN ASSURANCE 1 ny, (eatablished loS.) Fir Fire and Life CO.MPA AssurHnee at home and abroad. Capital 1,259,700. Slorlius. The undersigned has been appointed Ageut for Die Sandwich Islands. aa. JANION, GREEN. & Co. 7-tf. W at Honolulu. AGENT FOR THE Liverpool Underwriter's Association. The nndersiirned bees leave to notify Merchants, Mini owners. and Ship masters, that he has received the appointment ol AGENT at these Islands for WRITER'S ASSOCIATION. 105-tf the LIVERPOOL UNDER JANION GREEN, & Co. AOENT FOR LLOYD'S The undersigned begs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and Shipmasters, that he has received the apiointniciit ol AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON. lOaVtf JANION, GREEN t Co. HAMRURI2II-IIREMEN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. rWUrE UNDERSIGNED, Agents of the above Com JL pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in and about Honolulu. For particulars apply at the office. Hono'ulu, Oct. 11, 1857. MELCIIERS & CO. 6S-tf Fire Insurance Notice. THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO. rwiIIE UNDERSIGNED begs to notify to those par- M. ties who have insured in this omce woouen nunuings or thir enntents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in conse- vnnenee of the continued erection of Urge and high wooden Imililins close together in narrow streets, no more risks on tira ber constructions In the town will be taken, and those already taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms. JANION, GREEN, k Co. aj2tf Agent for the Northern Assurance Co. E. HOFFSCHLAEGER 3c STAPENIIORST, Agrnta Tor the PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER WRITERS. avis aiTpublic. Lcs Soussiirne3, ayant eta nommes Agents pour les Aoanrours maritime de Paris et de lioroVaux, previennent le public en general et,lesCapi taincsde uavires marchanils fninvais, qui vi.iitent lea ports de ce royaume, en particulier.que dans tous" les ens d'avaries, qui auraient lieu dns ces nonaoa il dpvmnt. fjtire constater et verifier 1 fiiits devant eur pour logaliser leurs recla mations contre les dits assureurs. 61-tf ED. UOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENHOR&T, J. WORTH, nw in General Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms Bills of exchange wanteil. 1tf K. N. EMERSON. w.l.lna. Oahu. Dealer in General Merchandise, Country Pro dace such as Com, Beans, Bananas, Butter, fcggs, W. FISCHER, n-Kia V.Ler and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite uie UOTmiDICIIt nrvArt. - ROLLES A CO., . .m i . rVwnmlMliin Merchants and Dealers in amp vnawiKr- "r":-. . Mnf. Whalers furnished wiLh recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for good- or bills. J. II. WOOD, t f mnorter and Dealer In Boots and Shoes of every MMa&i Pun,,,, Sole, W-f. . . .w rr a,,. Hon. and Buck Skins -" "ow F..11,: and Maska. Black Zt:U:kc:c. Vr -ore, corner of Fort and Merchant at-, Honolulu, U. I. 1-tf n FORCE C. SIDERS, m, , . -j dealer in Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware, .roppoSe J. C SpaUing's Honolulu, H. - Tin and Copper lumps, uatmng iwa. Sammer irtZXn 7-inc Roofing, and a gen- arnt oTxre ware. Ship work exe neatness and d ispatch- ' 1-tf " CHARLES "W. VINCENT, .. a r-r.-in A VI) BUILDrJt. iot uwitraimou - CONTRACTOR ANU that nB taken and form nis m. opposite C. Brewer fitted UP the JgHuaM aolicit that M' Store, PbeTauy bestowed. ATI onlers In l7.XS X bSJ, Poeciflcation. and extracts, attended to with P W. VINCENT. ainlng to house buliaing. conj B. . PITMAN, . . BYRON'S BAY, HILO, HAWAII, . i- na.i Merchandise, keeps eoo- Ship Chandleraoa Usire assortment of every descrinoon stantiy w TV iaT..te.,ln and others. FsTBeef and Tegetablea, andaU Shipping larwsnc--.-. - pfc- etai, etc-, . . . t . a. . .1 ith Fresh L: i. ilea ana saw . .a n.iM anl udoo the most t U"" T. . . oatia terms. Ai,evadvanced for Whalers' BiH. at t -est rates. Best faeilitieilor Stora-eof N.B. Noardet.tr Uo!dJ . at this port. mn bs ISTUttUOd heTB BPB1 Starts, giwllings ani !tal shit. TO LET I FOR ONE YEAR, THE COXDE FARM ut Makawao. for cultivating wheat, &c Apply to TUOS. . x. cnci i, uinauia, or to me undersigned. G. P. JUDD, 105-3m Attorney for D. T. Conrte, TO LET I THE STORE AND PREMISES LATELY occupied by .the undersigned. Apply to 163-tf W. N. LADD. TO LET, THE STORE AT THE FOOT OF KAA- huumnu street, recently occupied by Messrs. Kit-' cm & Hart, In the wine and spirit trade. Possession given on tha 1st of October next, tor terms, apply personally to i H. ROBINSON, 159-tf At his rooms over Dr. McKibbin's. TO LET, vTIIE DWELLING-HOUSE II NUU- t ''oil anu Valley, lately occupies I by Mr. Thomas Brown JtV-A Please apply to 159-tf FRED. L. HANKS. HOUSE TO LET. COMMODIOUS AND PLEAS. Sfojjl autly situated dwelling-houss tn Nuuanu Valley, now occupied by Mr. M. B. Beckwith. It is just beyond the first bridze has government water laid on, and is a very desir able family resilience. Apply to . ED. KEMP, 158-tf Hotel street, opposite tbe National Hotel. A SUxM3IER RESIDENCE TO BE HAD, BY THE WEEK OR month. Inquire of ani.rai 15S-8t G. P. JUDD. TO LET, LEASE, OR FOR SALE X THE WELL KNOWN AND OLD Es tablished BOARDINa HO LSE, known as the "UNION," is offered for sale. This hou9e has done a most excellent business for a lone time, and the Proprietor is forced to part with it from being too much occupied in other business. Apply to al. ciCilf Alii, 14.1 .tf Hotel Street. A SUMMER RETREAT I SUITED TO ACCOMMODATE A SMALL family desiring to avoid the hi-ats of summer. Good ac commodations may he hail two miles from the Post Office in the valley, at the cottage in the rear of my residence. Terms moderate. (150-tf) A. BISHOP. TO LET. THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF- nccs in the FIRE PROOF BRICK. BLILDINO, corner of Kaahumanu and Queen streets, viz : Tlie offlre on the second floor, directly over the Savings Bank. The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500 barrels. Pos.Hion given immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to 119-tf CIIAS. BR KW EK, '2d. LET, THK 'OVRDIXB HOUSE IN THE r hi of the " White 11 rse Hotel," wan 13 separate oea rooms, all fumislieJ. Inquire on the premises. 111-tf TO LET .STORAGE. y.TIIE CELLAR UNDER THE IIOXO- tJ"' lulu House one of tne m.w convenient in town capa- ' VX, ble of storing about 400 tons. Inquire of 106-tf H. M. WHITNEY. FOR SALE OR TO LET. THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING str-et. Terms liberal. Apply to l()0-tf C. W. VINCbNT, Fort street, Honolulu. ROOMS TO LET. 1 PER WEEK. Apply to S. JOHNSON, Carpenter. ;o.tf J Fort Street. roil SALE OR LEASE. THE PREMISES BELONGING TO fJ. T. Averherg, Esq., corner of h.ni'4 and MaunaKea street. Imme.lii.te nossessiou cm lie riven if required. Kor term app.y to i6-tf) FLORENa STAPE.MIOKST. TO LET. THE TWO STORES RECENTLY" erected in Fort street, between King and Merchant ats, Parties wishing to lease can have them lilted to suit by early application. For terms, please apply to Oi-tf B. F. SNOW. CoITec riaait.it ion for Sale ! rrf v ni'i vnn iteti TITCOMB COFFEE PLANTATION, AT 1 1 AN A LEI, ICAUAlT Is offered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up wards or 1 030 Acre, and has upon it SO-aOO Cfle Xrrrsa The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugar cane. The estate is unencumbered, and will be sold by Fee Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, inquire of 10lM.f - Waikahalulu Water Lots! raillt' UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN Jb. appointed agent for the sale and lease of the Waikahalnlu Lots liegs to call the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculators and others to this finely situated triict of land which is now of .rvrf In lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient terms. . . . .... Plans may be seen and all particulars learn ea ny application the undersigned at Robert C. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings. to H. B. Early application should be made for cnotce laots. W. L. GREEN, Agent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots. Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1858. 121-tf OILMAN & CO., Ship Chandlers and Dealers tC -Sural Merchandise, LAnAlNA, MACI, H. I. nniied with recruits. Good facilities for storage. Cash furnished for bills of exchange. 53-ly Physical Education. rat IT F! rjVM NASIUM IS NOW OPEN FOR mM. the reception of Subscribers, at the Hawaiian Theater. 113-tf CIIAS. DERBY. HONOLULU AMBR0TYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY! "Tai A G UERREOTT PES, AMBROTTTPES. MJ and PUOTOURAPHd taken the Art. (105-tf) in the highest perfection of y. mailt. HOWLAND'S AMBROTYPE GALLERr. THE UNDERSIGNED would call the attsxttob of or hia Friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the " Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Printing Office, (next to the Post Office) where he is taking Pictures which, for elegance of a trie and softness of tone, cannot be excelled. Being In constant receipt of New stock, cnemicais. c-, no is prepared to take Pictures witn an me bmcti improvements. XT Pictures taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India Rubber, &c, and warranted to give entire ssuskicmuu. 21. 1$ in, fuunc arc iuiia w ." . ..v. ..... 119tf W. Jr. iiuwiaAnu a rust- Views of Honolulu ! ALL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDING on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. H. - . viwa aaf Haaalalu to their friends abroad. as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery, Habits, Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub lished. To be naa of "i 1 iaff faint anop. on &idk siren, near rgn Inter-Island Postage. PERSONS ORDERING BOOKS FROM he nmleraiirned are reo ues ted to state how they wish them gent, if no way is aesignaiea worn mtnm .oiumc wiU be sent jr mail, and the postage charged in addition to the r th imok. The Dostaare on ordinary 12 mo. books will L. .hanA a eenta ner hundred oaaea. or 20 cents for a book of 400 pages. Books can be sent as rreigni oy vesaew.ii preierreo, or by private banda (163-tf? At. at. vtnatwcx. C. L. RICHARDS vxmriLL CONTINUE THK SMI1- UHAJ. W DI.ERY and COMMISSION BUSINESS la his Nrw Vma-Pmiior Stobb. now In course of erection, where he will be nwi tit meet all his old customers and friends. He will keep on hand a full supply of Ship Chandlery aad every descrip tion ct Slercnanoise usually requu-eu u iopi""f- Honolulu, April 2S, ns-H w. l- p.xuiui.n.uo. Notice! . o N THE 30TII OF JULY. 1 S59. ON THE nart of the Government, 1 granted to J. u. tiaaius, iq., the right to gather Pulu. Pia and Fungus), on all the Oovemment Lands in the Districts of Kohala, Hamakua, Hilo, Puna, Kau and Kona. Persons gathering tbe above-named ar ticles for their own use, will not be molested, but they have no right to sell to others. .... , i a icrn w itness my signature uiia uay t ivue. ,6 KAMEUAMEHA. xnnnt in h-rebv riven, bhat I have transferred all my right and interest in the above grant to Abel Harris k Co., to gather lor tbemselveB the above-named articles, agreeably with the tenor of said grant. . (163-lm) V. CITY MARKET. THE UNDERSIGNED UAVIAU - aJH chased the iuterot of JC J. Smith in the Town and City Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley a Co., tbe business will henceforth be camel on under the name of D. R. Vida k Co., who engage to forniah the best quality of butchers' meat which the ialaada can prodaoe, and solicit tbe BsUronage of Uie public.- , . . . rrft. L rn .. $ f U Asm w aw W HAP8 I 7 nM) SMcrtiscmcnts. CARGO , OF BREMEN BARK C -xX Molcliors, Sonior, Meinert Fettjuch, Master, JUST ARRIVED FROM BREMEN Woolen, Linen and Cotton Goods. Fancy prints, pink and yellow prints, Turkey red and yellow prints, two-blue prints, black and white prints, black ami white niuslius, jaconet ginghams, Swiss ginghams, plain black Or leans, royal blue do, black, green and bine figured Orleans; white Victoria lawns, Oregon checks, plain Turkey red cloth, 86 Inch grey long cloth (brown cotton,) 36 iDch blue bafts (blue cot tons) mottled twills (der.ims,) blue striped bed tick, white mole skin, black cotton velvet, white linen thread, black linen thread, black, white and blue sewing cotton; blue, red and white bunt ing; wadding, large woolen blankets (80 by 90 inches, assorted white, blue, red, orange and green,) sailors' white woolen blan kets (64 by 69 inches,) black and blue broadcloth, cashmere, blue uaiinei, cotton toweis, printed cotton nakls, Turkey red bdkfs. Silks, &e. French black taffetas, do Napoleon blue, German black lustre silk, do .Napoleon blue, black silk hdkfs, assorted French satin ribbons, Paris taffeta shawls, do reps shawls, black silk hat rib- nons, assonea. Shirts, Hosiery, &c. Extra fine clear blue flannel shirts, blue serge shirts, red senre shirts, blue serge drawers, red do do, white cotton undershirts, fancy striped do and other kintis, brown cotton drawers, printed regatta shirts, striped hickory shirts, denim frocks, denim pan taloous, French white shirts (small and large folds,) French fancy shirts, French so lienor do. French elastic suspenders. brown cotton socks, white cotton socks, fancy striped cotton socks, blue mixed cotton socks, women's black cotton stockings, aaiiura ueavjr wouieu BLocauigB. Hats, Clothing, &c. Assorted English felt hats, very superior French felt hats. (latest style,) silk umbrellas, blue pilot reefing jackets, pilot cloth trowsers. moleskin pants, gentlemen's fine light buckskin coats and superior cloth pantaloons, light jackets. A complete assort ment of light woolen, cotton and linen pantaloons. - Shoes. Men's brogans, lasting gaiters, bailors' shoes, men's slippers Hardware, Iron, .Sec. 14 bndls English very best crown iron, bars I to f , round. 252 " do do do do do I tn i, do. 104 bars English very best crown iron, bars lix$ ta 2x, flat, 104 bundles best English hoop iron, assorted, o kegs cooper's rivets, Belgian wrought Iron spikes, 2 Inch to 7 inch, Belgian roofing sine, 36x75 Patent shot. Nos. 00 to 6; sup gunpowder, in t andltbcanis'rs. Butcher knives, assorted qualities, 5 to 12 inches: Sailors' knives, jack knives, table knives and forks. B. M. tablespoons. K. M. teaspoons, sharp's needles, Kirby fishhooks, flint stones, percussion caps. Clothing buckles, best axes, assorted powder flasks, Horn corn, ivory tootn cimos, jewsharps. Glass Ware? Crockery and Perfumery. Gilt frame looking-glasses, drawer looking-glasses. Cnstors, tumblers, porter glasses, white howls. White muirs. butter dishes, large blue cups and saucers, Brown spiltoo .s, porous water bottles, Claypies, Eau de Cologne, Florida water, Genuine Luiiin's Extracts. Ship Chandlery and Whalemen's Stores Tar re I cor laire, 1 to 3 inch; Manila cordage, 1J to 3 In StMi ling riiriring. 3 to ft J inch, 1 liemn cutting fall, 120 Minima S inches. 4 Manila rutting falls. 60 fathoms 0 inches, Ratline, rop- yum. spu'iyarn, housing, marline, Si.in stuff, best Eu-.'lish sail twine, tarred twine, , A No. 1 Manila whalelin", patent blocks and sheaves, B ml compasses, raw and boiled linseed oil. Spirits turpentiii-, green oil paint, sine white, Lampblack, putty, whiting chalk, best glue. Pump leath-r. rising leather, whalemen's casks, 6 im. B. WhaMioats. Groceries and Provisions. Entrllsh pickles lurli im mustard, salad oil, asstd sugar ware. Sar. lines in ir. boxes, loaf sugar, crushed sujrar, pilot bread, Kye flmr, green teas, split pe as, lentils, ieale I barley. Sourkraut. pickled beans, shelled almonds, currants. Suierior Leuhos raisins, Itohemian prunes, Bologna sausages, It st uirnsian nutter, r.ast mma poiisneo rice, Wine vinegar, Westphalia hams. Liquors. Abbot's pnle ale, quarts; as-y"c Co'g pale ale, quarts, Pyra mid irai:ii; an den uergn K lo i tioiiana gin; . Superior old chnmHtgne cognac, pale sherry, madeira; Chat. d'Yquem (limit Sauterne,) Scliloss Johannisberger; Rhine wine, cherry cordial, Hamburg hitters, Curacoa liquor, Khiue wine mousseaux, casks brandy, casks Jamaica rum, French table vinegar, 90 per cent, alcohol. Willow Ware, &c. Sofas, arm chairs. Rucking chairs. Assorted work baskets. Sundries. Bremen cigars, Imit. Havana; matches. Birch brooms, cocoauut soap, Roman cement, One inch Baltic pine boards, 50 tons West Hartley steaming coal. The aliove, part of the cargo of the " Carl Melchers, Senior, will be offered for sale on favorable terms upon arrival, by 153.tr MELCHERS & CO. Br F. SNOW, . COMMISSION MERCHANT, HONOLULU, II. I. WHITE LINEN Mosquito netting. HANDKERCHIEFS. Wos. white hose, Suspenders, Red satin. Blue drills. Linen toweling. Cmninii Fariaa Colaarne 47 1 1 Table-spoons, Tumblers, White water bottles. Cut goblets. Sets crockery. Lanterns, Bay State lanterns. Blown lanterns, with spring bottoms. Looking-glasses, gilt frames, assorted sites, tins crackers, asstd. Sup. Oolong Tea 13-lb boxes. China rice, Tomato catsup, Black ink, Bxs maccaroni. Bxs vermicelli Maps of the United States. Pocket knives. Jack knives, Bags asstcd shot, Silvered bits. Needles. Solar Lamps Assorted sizes. Solar side lamps. No. 1 lamp chimneys, No. 1 lamp wicks, House paper, I. R. hose and brass hose pipes, Carpet tacks. Padlocks, brass and iron. Ship's compasses, Boat's compasses, Deck scrapers. Brand's) Whaling Gnno and Irnns. Brown'si doV do. dn. Gnua. Copper pumps, copper lad Ian, Fluke chain, chain head straps. 1 aef Cutting BlocUa With Chais Pesdabts, complete. Chain can-hooks, boat anchors. Oakum, row-locks, sail needles. Manila and Hemp Cordage Assorted Sizes. Ratline, spunyarn, seizing, towline. 1 Cutting Fall, Blue Bunting. Hammers, Rasps and files. Axes, green paint, Chisels. Coal tar. black paint, composition sheathing nails, sheet lead, Shook and Heads, New Bedford Casks, Hoop Iron, Cooper's Rivets. Iron bedsteads, 1 French bedstead, Rope halters. Jute door mats, Enameled valises, Gunny bags. SAILS. 1 fore ton-sail, 1 mizen top-sail, 1 topgallant-sail, 1 topgallant studding sail, 1 main topsail, 1 fore-sail, 1 topmast stay-eail, 1 main royal, a Fire crackers, spittoons. Chain Cable. Raven'e Buck FAIRBANKS PATENT PLATFORM SCALES. Do. - do. UKUUtra- ao. . Do. do. COUNTER do a snarled Shell Hardware. Bnxea GInan. Dyer's healing embrocation. Cotton bag. Bridle leather, Wagon harnesses. Worsted and silk coach lace. Cases quart bottles, cases pint bottle. Composition and Felt for Fire-proof Roofs. PRESSED HOPS, etc, etc, etc, etc. - SHOOKS. BARRELS OIL SHOOKS for sale by lOOO 119-tf. CHAS. BREWER 2d. MANILA CORDAGE. COILS, assorted sizes, made to order, just re ceived per clipper ship "Syren," for sale by . CHAS BREWER, 2d. 050 131-tf. NAILS. . - aH. saaar a J-s s atwt rn m?r UfROUGHT N AtlaJs, wijaa, axa .. a , ft from maleable iron; horseshoe and brad nails, from the Eagle Factory, Providence,. I. " M4 m 133-a .. , NAILS. CASKS, assorted sixes, arrived per 200 Syren," For sale by 131-tf . : CHAS. BBJtWKB, 2a. IIISTORT OF THE SANDWICH ISLANr A PEW COFIOOF i .t-,AU XA of these Ware1, ( It frvst e' s) f J"l ,.r : la? am rrrrixr A. SIX DOI-LARS PER ANNUM. IVOL. IV, , lO. W1IOL.K Nsv. 16T. 3&ljer.tscnmits. NainV GOODS! Just received per Bark Sachem," FROM BOSTON, D. S. afASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES ay hite Duck, cases Black and White Checked Uuilting Bales Union bro. drills, Cases calf Jersey ties, Oxford pegged ties, " fine Monterey roan slippers, (sewed,) " woolen's coTd morocco, 44 djcq's opera slipper, 44 calf sewed brogans, 44 " boots, 44 elf sewed and pgd brogans 4t- calf sewed ailor'a pumps, Grsxreriea. Bales i em pie Bales Manailnock bro. sheet ings, 10-4. Bales Livingston bleached sheet ings, Cases Otis denims. Bales Thorndike Ticks, Cases Livingston blea. drills, Cases Honeycomb Quilts, Cases L. Brown sheetings. Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings Cant's Clothing, roBU'jr Cases 1-lb tins green peas. Half bbls split peas, nenim overalls and frocks, Cases refined lard. Blue, mixed and red flan, shirts Half bbls crashed sngar, Russia frocks. Kits mackerel. Sporting jackets, Dutch pants. Black merino sacks, Reefer's 44 " Blue reefers, Black pants. Striped shirts. Blue and red flannel shirts. Bbls extra mess beef, Bxs, hf and qr do, iaafer raisins, illalf bbls butter, I Cases box salt, Snooks fine bag do, Bbls Haxail flour, ;Cases cheese, Bbls rice. Black beaver cloth Raglans, Bales cloves, Pilot reef jackets, Lilue aud blk, Bags pepper, Pilot monkey 44 Best bread, in whaler's casks. Rob Roy jackets, Mixed cassimere pants, Black 44 14 Satinet pants, Cottonade and jean pants. Boels nnd Sboeav. Cases men's fine calf brogans, I Sundries. Cases saddles, complete, Bxs family and salt water soap, jllalf bbls hide poison, Cases spts turpentine. Coils of Manila cordage. Kegs of nails. Kegs of finishing nails. - imitation goat 44 44 enameled Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and imit'n goat LiUck s tooacco. 44 44 kip brogans, jRoIls rigging and pump leather, 44 44 waxed do, 'Kegs pure and extra whits lead, 44 44 Oxford ties, .Cases boiled linseed oil, 44 44 patent leather, ! Coils Russia bolt rope, 44 44 44 cl tops Cases charcoal irons, 44 44 goat pump brogans Cases prison padlocks, 44 44 im. Oxford ties, Coils spunyam, Cases Congress boots. Kegs powder, 44 sewed lasting brogans, Cases sporting do. WiNPa, Spirits. Vc. Cases Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky, Quarter casks and octaves of Uennessy's, Martell and Rivierre Brandy, cases Catawba do; Quarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander & Co'l Rochells Brandy, casks Byass' Porter; Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin. 143-tf . J. C. SPALDING W. A. ALDRICH WILL RECEIVE PER PHANTOM AND FLEETWOOD, and offers for sale, the following : Bales Amoskeag stripes. Bales do tickings, 30 inch, Bales do sheeting, 32 inch. Oil Carpeting. 4-4 and 8-4 New and choice pattern. Hats. 170 dozen men's palm leaf hats, Case brown Leghorn hats. Case dark cashmere wool hats. Case black wool hats. Case brown wool hats. Cases ft mi red pearl wool hats, Cases pearl Wool hats. Brogans and Boots. Cases men's waxed hi. and bit. brogans, 44 calf 44 u 44 pumps, grained brogans, 44 u enameled -44 4 thick Wis, 44 44 boots, half double sole, 44 44 thick hoots, 14 inch leg, 44 44 grain boots, 16 inch leg. 50 dozen ex. walnut axe handles. Finished and varnished ox bows. Cases Hunt's handled axes, ' Cases saddles A bridles. Manila Cordate J, 1. hnd 1 in. Cases Tobacco. An assorted lot of fancy light coats, An 44 lot of satinet pants, Denim frocks and pants, Cases ea jackets. Cases liickory shirts, Ivory tooth combs, Long round combs, IJresKtng combs, Fancy India rubber toys, etc. 167-3m J. C. SPALDING' IXVITES THE ATTENTION OF THE JL public to the following memoranda of Goods for sale, at Plowrates, 44 to arrive,'' comprising the cargo of the Ship JO SI AH BRADLEY, due in September next; also invoices due about same time, per trASHiJyOTOJV ALlTOH and RA- VUUA i Dry Goods. . Bales pink and btuT prints Bales Panama ticks Bales Panama stripes Bales scarlet blanket Cases Otis denim Cases denims Cases Uxbridge sheetings B i les brown drills Bales brown sheetings Cases blue drills Bales Shetuckct denims Bales royal blue flannel Bales dark do Bales Androscoggin sheetings Bales Gorrics blankets Bales Rockdale do Bales blue sheeting Cases do do Groceries, Liquors, Provisions, &c. an, mrmsm - 150 bbls prune pork 25 8th casks U. V. P. brandy. 200 bbls flour aartt 25 cases claret 3 casks Jamaica rum 10 cases salt 60 bbls mess beef 50 bbls Bourbon whisky 25 cases cherry cordial 100 cases Albany ale and porter 350 demijohns 60 cases alcohol lalel 1 6 cases cheese 36 casks Tennant't India pale. 2o half bbls dried apple 61 casks 157 bbls bread 45 casks do porter 20 tierces hams 10 cases currant wine 10 cases sherry 9 1 anl 3 t csks Pinet brandy 76 cases ctiampagne cider Cases of oysters, lib tin Cases assorted meat Cases green corn 1 bale cork 50 bbls rice 100 cases gin Cases table salt Case water cracker 60 cases wine bitters Cases salt, in 20 tb bags Sundries. 100 tons Scotch coals Dixon's 3307 feet plank Caleb Tate 1 case oil clothing Native's Pride I TOBACOO 19 cases clothing Napier 20 boxes starch Sugar Pear 2S0 kegs lead (Goodale 3 rolls lead pipe- ICases palm hat Ox bows, yokes and plows Handled axe Hide poison M neelnarrows Arm-chairs Carriages (Turpentine I toiled linseed od Boots and shoe Boat's davits Cases umbrellas Cases saddles Cases carpets Cases charcoal irons Bndls iron Whale boats r9 casks Cumberland coals Whale spade Cases matches 10 bbls coal tar 25 bbls pitch 50 bbls Wilmington tar 347 aash doors . 25 bndls window 10 bndls blinds 10 bbls bright vrntsh 30 bales gunny bags teases hickory shirt - 239 kegs nails Cases check panta Case denim frock and pants Case palm leaf hat Case Otis denim Boxes family soap Boxes salt-water soap Cases olue k white cot. thread Per Radnga.' Case blue sheetings 'Tierces sugar-cored ham Cases Hamilton pink print 'Cases brogans Bales blue and scarlet blankets Kegs cannon powder 2 superior, silver mounted har- Cases sporting powder ness uases nam a nanoiea axes An invoice of ladies' fancy Case charcoal irons Casks cod, signal halyard, tO COOdS -; Cases Winchester's perfume and hemp lines 167-tf 8. W. soap FOR SALE, JUST ARRIVED PER AMERICAN CLIP, bark SACHEM, J. B. Atkins, master, from Boston, tba foUoning assortment of Merchandise t W a-. Kl... . . ina umuua, Cases biea. flannel, Bale bro. cotton, Bales awning stripes, a new article Bale bro. drilling, Cases print lawns. Cases aatteen blea. twill, Bales printed carpets, , Cases ladies' gaiter lined boot Case meo' rubber boot, Cases boys' do do. Cases women' do do. Case charcoal irons, Bbls prime pork. Barrels mess pork. Half bbls mess pork, - Qr bbls roes pork, Bbls mess beef, i . - BbU navy mess beef, Tierces hams, -;. Barrels vinegar, . ; " " Half bbla crushed sugar, Half boxes raisins, Case refined lard, v Casks pilot bread, ' New Bedford iron hoops, 1x10, 1x17, ljxl7, ljx!7. 134-tf ir to CtiAA. AtKaWER, Za. WHIFFLnrUaOES, CHAINS, fce. IETS SUP. WnirTLETREES k CHAINS, r ExtraBVl j-' t ' .uiul Cniiivators. -v" - - Seed Planters, .- ; Ox Yoke, Iron Plow,' "' - '-' For sale by - Itf - CHAS. BRBWaOa, to- 1 SALE, JUST RECEIVED EX BARB . hess," 2 doobte-bank Mejodeons, J 2 do reed do. m aMa.m. nlanA wta ' ' - .twr. ttm thm anBimiactarr of B. D. at V. ADTBaTlS3R4 AND tCCSdUXZKS. Ohitoariea, funeral Invitatiuaw and notieea wr mill Iralttm. tntrxled twljr benefit aa iodi ridual builnaaa, WU1 toderee4 a xlvertiaeawnta. AdTcrUannents displayd ia targe typ naa oaaa!. Me Mia Ject to hrarivr charge. . ly Suhscriptiia kxt th Commercial AurerUser and Adver Uatnmu are payable rsrABiaaLV is adtakob. XT No tranaient advrrtMemenU will be inserted ice- r PAID. ' XT Correspondence from aii part of the Pacific will aha be very acceptable. COMMERCIAL. PRIVTIXG OFFICli. , PLAIN ASD FANCY BOOK AD JOB PR1XTIXG arcHAs - BOOKS. - BILLS OK KXCITANGF, CATALOGCKS, BILLS OK LAIING, - - BILLHEADS, CONSULAR BLANKS, "CIRCI LAR9. BLANK DEKDS, AUCTION BTI.T-S, HANDBILL", : , ' .PAMPHLETS,.' SHOP BILLT. - nrr TisniNa, business and address cards pm.ud on a Yankee Card Press," in the highest style or the an. D. O. X'Bl-ZB. l.C. HVBXIU. McKUER & MERRIsLIi, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. v AXD AUCTIONEEES, .AGENTS OF THE ' . ' Regular DJapatch Linear Hs1siIbi Pstckrls. XT AH freight arriving in tranaitu for the Sandwich Atlantis, will be received and forwarded by the 44 Regular Diapaacsj Line rBKK or COMMI4SIOS. - ' Particular attention paid to tirwarding and transhipment of merchandise, Bale of whalemen's bills, and other exiUaae, in surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, apply ing whaleships, chartering ships, etc. 43 aud 45 California afreet. - l-'O-if REFER TO 1 Captain James Makoe, Honolulu; Captain D. C. Watennaa llenolulu; Messrs. UUmau x vo., Ualiaiua. li t-u Chas. Wolcott Brooks, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND F0RWARDIN0 AGENT, 123 Sanaa-use atreet, Sata Fraacisea, Cat. PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO the purchase, shipment and sale of Merchandisa. and to the Forwarding and Transhipment of Goods In transit. Refers to i B. F. Snow, Honolulu. I J as. HrxNBWtXL, Boston. C. Bbkweb, 2d, Honolulu. I Ubbbt A. Pikbcb, 44 P. 8. Wilcox, " I Chas. Bbbweb, . e 44 Macosdbat k Co., San Frandsoo. ; Moboan, Storb a Co., 44 As a T. Lawtob, 44 143 -tr THAYER, BRIGHAM fc FIELD Commission Merchants, Boston. Cba8. Ia. Tbatbb, (late Thayer, Rice k Co.) j. B. BRioBABt, (late k. v. ttngnam a uo.) B. W. Field, (late of Honolulu.) 160 6m. oairnrra moboav. C. S. HATHA WAT. H. r. BTOUB. MORGAN, STONE & CO., Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Saa Francuieo, Cat Keferences, T. B. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. a A. K. Nye, k Swift k Perry, New Bedfiwd, Messrs. Grlnnell Minium Jt ' Co New York, John M. Forbes Esq., Boston, Messrs. Per kins k Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Bsq. lion olulu. 1-tf Mr. JOIIIV ALEX. MATHEWS, COMMISSION MERCHANT, G Q,aeeaa Place. S valuer. XT Reference to W. L. Gbbbb, Honolulu, B. I. - lM-Cm E ASTRA & CO., ' COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. ' Hakodadi, Japan. ALL Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished also. Ship' Stores and Ship Chandlery, at hobolold ratoaa. - n naiemen's lirarts taken, so. Tl-lj WM. II. KELLY, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, T TAHITI, Will supply ships with provisions, &c, and advance saoney o favorable terms tor bills on tbe United States. 43-ly W. HUTEER, CUSTOM HOUSE aV COMMISSION AGENT MANGONUT, NEW ZEALAND.- . , . XT Shipping supplied or. the most reasonable terms. Lat 35 6 8., long. 173 33,E. . 41-ly , SAME. C. WOODRUFF, SIIIPCII ANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND GENERAL AGENT Ooods bought and sold on oxm mission. Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest notice. Corner of Qcbbx's Road and Pottikobb btrebt, Ilansjkauz. XT Refers to Thomas Spescbb. A. J. CABTwaiawr. J. C. Spalding, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. : '. 104-1 y ; BARRY & PATTEN, ;: ; : IMPORTERS, WHOLSSAXE AND RETAIL DsUIXRS IX WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, $-c. 1 1 G Mautxomery it., Saa Fraaelac. 68-1 y II. WEBSTER c CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN J -7 rnndios, W luoa , AND - Liquor? of every Description. 101 FRONT STREET- f Between Washington and Merchant. lis tf BAN FRANCISCO ROPE WALK AND OAKUM ' FACTORY. CORDAGE OF EVERY SIZE MANUFAC TURED to order. Constantly on band, a large aa Bortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (all sixes). Bale Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, ko., for sale by . TCBBS It CO., 80-ly 139. Front Street, Ban Franciaco. No. 10T Clay street, San Francisco, O1 iFFER FOR SALE A FULL AND COM f plete assortment of desirable DRUGS AND MEDICINES, ' R. k CO. respectfully solicit order from the eountry, aasl will guarantee satisfaction ia every particular to tbos wbi favor them with their custom. FRANK DAIIGH, - HO and 118 Clay Street. ' 45 and 4T Merchant ttrtbet. SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. , arvricl - TTosTbT rtr ; - FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CIDFI-Ta Floor and Table OH Clotas, MATS .AND COCOA MATTOCO, ; DRUGGETS, BAIZES, and HAJIAlir, -WINDOW 8HADES AND EOaaLANLS. rjpholatery aoodo, PAPER, HANGINGS nnd COaPmS, FOR BALI IN BOND OR DTJTT PAD, IC7"At the Eowest Cdrs. 145-12m -' -" " - FANCY COOPS ! FANCY C2Z23 1 m. p! nEovrn, ; No. OO X-Q Zrxvttasary OU-eet. 8 AIT FI1 AHCISCO, Cnl., In-criz? circzsy Gccis of all P2in A51 T2AD WOIIR1 " ' W GUNS. PISTOM. HOMRS- RRTTSTTIN. . ' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, LOOKING GLASSES, PERFUMERY, ; V f SOAPS, NEEDLES, PLATED WARE, WAX AND KID DOLLS, &c., Ac All Order to receive prompt attention, sad the goods be iar- warded as airectoa. Refen to H. M. Wjnrxrr, Honolulu, 8. L TO G.A&.I?T.a0JDr7D " OF WHALESHIPS AND OTUEZl VE3 . EELS. Wood of superior quality can kw had a Koioa at $. per cord ; fresh beef at 4 eenta per lb aheep.e' "sbead; " and goat at $1 10 head. Also, fruits and vert. .Uvartcasj kinds can be procured at the above named port. tor wood always on band at tba in ew to (ait (o-tQ . . tB-ti-a. I X. -' A- TTacs prrrs, assorted aL.' haaa aad aUrt osuipteta, i -"t f " wri - - Bry L i,L. , J raCWS, wawa -111 Bsait " 1 ,T lint asri ' Foreign as weu as a p.-ble b"r. e, a. L ;arch,l-. W of the oCier vara tt 1 3. CT -'Trrr: ui:itc ,orr vnr u.u. u: rz attt rrr ... . Litt ' r :r. si v. -j too. For sale by (I3t-tfl CHAS. I . ft jacr r G JO