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L COMME ItCIAL ADVERTISER. J. "
-Madwd Every Wdeaay SUarday
. nen forwarded to foreign countries will be $7 per umin,
i-r.rs the American po;age and the expense of forward
from the office puWlcaUoo. All pa pen for American
i'ln porta, wiU have American postage at am pa on them,
prevent any American postage being collected od
,k Foreign subscribers, who prefer It, can hare their
" iwwarded throurt the Hawaiian mails, and wiU be re
rP?J"L,, the ilaand postage of $1 04 at the Hawaiian Pest
lr in addition to the above charge of $7.
OSlCe, WH!rn ApTXTI3E.VT3 WILL BE CHARGED.
.JieDt sdrertistinents (first insertion) per line 10 ets.
naa (each subsequent do. " .... 5ct.
a tards, exceeding 8 line.) per annum 5 00.
ai3 (Each additional line.) .......60 eta.
j-y parable always in ad ran oe. jrj .
adrta (not exceeding 10 line spacej first inaertion.fi 00
. ,.,t AprTaa will be charged at the following rate.
W1 naraMe at the end of each quarter: V
M Moare. (or 20 line,) per quarter 5 00 I
iZmne-f' rth of a column, per quarter $12 00 J
ill; Behalf of a column, per eohunn f 20 00
r , whole column, per quarter
Ait " wbeo people fear death less than poTer- I
A m " behind the times " shoalJ feed on catch-
He is n( me in philosopher who can ".ire a reason
It not eay to straighten in the tree the crook
tbt ere in the sapling.
Tftoj-rewion is the first step from innocence to
wtrls pxvlnew. .
A prat man will not trample upon a worm nor
rine to n emperor.
Xoth'm? is farther than earth from heaven ; noth
ing i netrer th;tn heaven to earth.
tfs mn contracts tobaiM me a locomotire, can he
compel nv to receive it ooless he makes me a tender.
why is hisrh lining like twelve dozen ? Because
it mAes one gross.
It is sail that love is like the measles, all the worse
when it comes late in life.
Te poor fe'low who cocldn't hold his own, has
fce arrested for taking another's.
Abnce destroys small passions, and increases
pnt ones, as the wind extinguishes tapers and kin
The Hw of fool is, that man- should eat what is
pwd for him. at soch times and in each quantities as
A philosopher heins; asked what was the first thin 5
teee.iry to win the love of a woman, answered. "An
A Pi-ASAST Sight. An English minonary now
in Sumatra, lately wrote home that he had the
melancholy satisfaction of examining the oven in
which his predecessor was cooked."
The laly who knit her brows has commenced a pair
Capital punishment ! as the boy said when his
mistress seated him with the girls.
JTo sooner had Eve seen Sit(i)n than she wished
to c'othe herself.
M my persons have a particular ambition to seem
what thy are not. We know a rich man who bouzht
a splendid library, and had to sign the contract with
A irenerous Tirtuous man lives not to the world,
hat to his own conscience : he. as the planets ave,
steers a course contrary to that of the world. Bacon.
!Ctare is a pattern maid-of-all-work, and does
bt when least meddled with. She knows her work,
and does it. if let alone.
The Enzlish language expresses the Deity more ap
propriately than any other for God is the contrac
tion of the Saxon good.
Hppines. being an inward feeling derived ihrouh
the spirit, must not be sought in the materials of the
house in which the spirit liveth.
Communities prosper and flourish, droop and de
cline, in just the deaxee they practice or neglect to
practice the primary duties of justice and humanity.
The difference between the poor man and the rich
is, that the former walks to get meat for his stomach,
and the Utter walks to get stomach for his meat.
M inner are the shadows of virtues, the momenta
ry dsplty of those qualities which our fellow crea
tures love and respect. If we strive to become, then,
what westrive toappaar, manners may often be ren
ierel ueful enides to the performance of our duties.
Never condemn a man unheard, or without lettin
Vim know his accuser and the charje preferred
iriinst htm. Ruher better than " Jedburgh Jus
t." where they once hung a man, and afterwards
pr'OT-ie-i wi V v-eu.--j, iita mwjufj
brought in verdict of" not guilty !"
Xo noxeT Mast X letter Wa3 lately received at
the Clrcaxo Post OS-, directed " To an Ilonest
H- The chief clerk sent it to the dead letter de
partment, with the candid confession that the man
lilressed did not live in Chicago.
How Tmnos Cuasoe. Nothing was so much
dreaded in our schoolboy days, as to be punished by
fittinz between two girls. Ah ! the force of educa-
. . , . 1 : ..1.
ton. la after years we learne-- to buuiuh
thiny without shedding a tear.
Treret. a Frenchman, was carried away from hi.
home by the police of Paris, at two in the morning,
and imprlwied in the B .stile. After a conSnement
of several weeks, he inquired of an officer " W ill
jou have the goodness to tell me for what crime I am
hutnp in this place? The officer coolly replied,
" I think yoa have a ereat deal of curiosity "
OV lD AFTER AUGUST 1. 1830. post
age will he charged 00 aU HTH-tuiiB LETTERa, except
kw rt as ar exempt by law. at the following rates, v.. s
two eer.ts for every W-tt-r wrurbing less than half an ounce ;
fcw cents ' sarh aa weigh nu-re thn half an ounce, and lews
aa sne owne ; ami to hi at the rate of two cents tor each
fctlcional half onee in weizht. . ,
Intrr-Mtond postage aa rw arras wiU bw one cent each,
nrrpcor soch aa are mailed fmm the offlce of puWication,
A will be free. Pamphlet and bound volumes at the rate
i urn rent an oanc. or frart"" of " ounce.
kX package will be charred with letter postage.
r-rH. caoiAioing aoythin hesHes letters or papers, 1n
lv..i in U. or any substance injuri.a to the contents of
suU hr. an.1 of smalkoalk. will be conveyed by mad on the
priaettofpnetAr-attherateofone cent an ounce, or fractwo
of to wner, to weight. a .
rxwnjA. in aU caea, be ru-ram. and In the hnee
af runp. pMCmarters will he authoruwl to receive the postage
onoey. and mark such lettera paiL.
T sL.V-rarrtrr. on the various Ulan la, all Irvliridualf and
c3ug vel, win be permitted to carry nnsUmped letters
r- .te the wimK excepting soch as are exempt by taw.
re above rstes of posuge do not apply U letters and paper"
Krred fr-n toreign count ries, but only to anch aa are mailed
W.4i the kingdom the rate of foreign pewtage remaining a
kwftoC P?- .
XT T-n.por.ry inter-isUnd pnrtare stamp, can bt
to. P.t-Iffiee in Honolulu, after July 15, or of the blowing
rrns. tv are the PostuiasUrra tor th vanoo districts in
' . 1 v n..M,Mt. wiilukL
J . IS. .r. w-.
rt I'm, .1 1 Kahului, .
Hi'. M. SrtxccB, Makawao,
a. M.?,-iit. Kahuko.
T- . Haul,
- . Pamxr Kaneobe.
Uaa. 3IAKER. Ulupalakua,
iW. O. BaLDWT. iina-
:T. Metcalf, Kanpakuea.
B. PrrwAS. 'J1'0'
iff. C. Shiphax, Kan,
I A. HabsM Co. Laupahnehoe,
'J. II- Moaawos, Ilamakna,
. A- WiDtaAi'x. N'awiliwill,
a- S. II. LLL-TTER, Koloa,
- RowtLL, Waimea.
a. w. Mact,
t S. Bartow, Lahaina,
twrrow, Lahaina, u.
W Any person not duly authorise. WP"T" LVj n the
fctg, w,u be proaecuted aa provided tor In 0' the
Pffice Uws. Per Order of -. K- CLARA.
r-0ffice, Hooclulu. June 25,
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED T
famish to the Honolulu public the following, on the mo
'aMe terms :
ny quantity, for building and other imrpoae, tifl ' mach
- I. the r.h. or not squared, tor for.tki toiUl.nr
pe, eart load. Step, and Door or Window gdU
with nnootb surface cut out In any sixe to suit.
Liaae. Firo Wwsl.
(VITIIE 30Tn OF JULY. 1 yJg
If Pn 4 the Government, I granted to C. C. HARRIS, Esq.,
trttt rher Pal a. Pin sod Faaas on sdl , the
tT11 Lan o the Districts of Kobala, Hamakua, FIilo,
2- Ku sad K m. Person gathering the aboveiamed ar
their own , will not be molested, but the hare no
l sell to others, ,
F .ignatnrethi- 3d day -mehA.
Trro .' ' . ... 1 . 1 -II nvriirht
" hereby given, that A nave ' ' V. ,V.,hi,
J merest in the above grant to Abel Harris A- Co., to gather
rdTe the above-named article, agreeably wiih tne
B"saidTai.t- - nablnl C. C. II A -
The u.dersi?ed5h.vixc oSjb
Tirf Goar-liao of the person and VL
faagt ,s - J MM-nt the same to
nmedlat payment; and all persons
t a . hereby reqoesteo to pre 7"" "
, wj- vis; and be. to said Uaardiaa, erecy -- '
2 wstin tha tald George Holme, a. from this oat tne
"1 GoarJiaa will nay d debtoonfiracted by bun.
t- a. ;
?a, Dec a, 1858.
A- ... .
C. L. RICHARD
VJVW CONTINUr: TOE "?.cJ?ArT
Kna C0jIJio3I0Jt BC8ISE8S in b. K "
2Lt'o ro,r, m. in eoor. wf ereetieo, Ve h will
C4 to meet lhia oU eMtomer and I r
J"lftiaor "'oft aCi.-T .evi --cacrip-
HEXRV M. WHITNEY.
J. F. COLBURN,
ATJO T I O Tri-m
Kaahumanu atreet, lionolulu, Oahu.
A. P. EVERETT,
xt ctio xr g r
. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
HAWAIIAN' FLOUR COMPANY,
100-tf A. P. EVERETT, Treaaurer and Agent.
'.C. II, LCWERS,
Lumber and building material3,Fort St. Honolulu. .
Commission Merchant and Importer. OfBce . Kaahumanu
B. VOB BOLT. c HKCCK
General Cominisaiun Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, 8. I. lOfr-tf
ALEX. J. CARTWRKJIIT,
Commiasion Merchant and General Shipping AgeLt, Honolulu,
Oahu, H. I. 105-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, Ale and Porter, near
the Pent Office. Honolulu. 49-tf
:eorge v.. HOWE,
Lumber Merchant, yard earner of Queen and Xuuanu streets on
the Punchanl premises. 10&-tf
CIIAS. BREWER, 2d, & Co.,
Agents lor the BREWER PLAN 1.VTI0 '. Honolulu.
II. IIACKFELD &
General CommLssion Agents, and Ship
Oahu, S. I.
E. O. II ALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets. .105-t
Dealer in Dry and Fancy Goods, Hotel street between Knuann
and Maunaitea streets. Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
T. M oosxax. r xoafnax, jb
3IOSS3IAN & SON,
Bakers, Grocers and Dealers in Dry Goo-Is, Nuuanu street, Hon
oluiu, Paha, S. I. 127 If
Importer and Dealer in Hardwabic, CtTLritT,SlKrHASics
Tools and Agricultural Impliuksts, Fort street, Hono
JANION. GREEN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fire-Pioof Buildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1. 1859. 105-tf
A. S. & 31. S. GRINRAUM,
Importers and Dealers in Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps
Boots ami Shoes, arid every variety of Geutlemcn's Superior
Furnishing Ooods. Store, corner of Fort and Merchant sts.,
Honolulu, Oahu. 119-tf
A. HARRIS, OADT. T B. SWAl-Y, HAWAII
ABEL HARRIS & CO.,
Dealers in all kinds of Hawaiu-in Produce, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
Draw Bills of Exchange on Messrs. McKuer k Merrill, San
Francisco, V. S. A. 126-tf
RITSON & HART,
Successors to Mr. H.jry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu. H. I , under the Room of A. J. Cart
wright, and at the foot of Kaahumanu street. 32-tf
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, 8. 1.
Waited, Bills of Exchange on the f. S. and Europe. Con
signments from abroail promptly attended to. Island pro
duce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. 105-tf
B. F. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. Islands.
II.. - - A IKntHnta rnrkets.
fcale of Coffee from the Titcomb Plantation,
t-ale of Crocker Brothers Co s Yellow Metal.
New Fngland Roofing Company. 123-tf
CH A3, a. BISHOr. . A. ALDRICH
BISHOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office in the east corner of M Makee's tlock," 01
Kaahumanu street Hon lulu.
Will receive deims L. discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc. " 112-tf
W. A ALDRICH,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise ; Commission
A sent for the Sale of Sugar. .Molses and Coffee, and other
Inland Produce. Airent for the Lihcs 1laxtatiox. Con
aiimmenta of all kinds of Island Produce solicited. Orders
f..r Merchandise promfKly attendetl to. 105-tf
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant. Honolulu, Oahu. S. I., keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of good re
quired by whaleehips and others.
Ehippinr furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, c,
at tr- shortest notice, at me very lowest mamei prices.
TT Moi-- j-'vaoced tor whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
CrST. C. XELCHER.-.
MELCIIERS Ac CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu,
S. I. Stone store corner of Kaahumanu and Merchant sts.
Money advanced on favorable terms for Whalers bills on the
1 M ami Inrtm. 'u- "
CASTLE Ac COOKE, .
Importers and Wholesale an-I Retail dealers In General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the King and bcnool
streets, near the large Stone Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. H. Nicholson, in King street, oppo
site the Seaman Chape I. Agent tor Dr. Jaynes' Metll
UTAI Ac A II EE,
Agents for the Suar Plantations of Aiko, at Papakoa, and Iwo,
at Pulo, Hilo; Importers an.1 Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in China Goods ; have on hand, for sale, , at their estiib-
o Kinir street. Honolulu, and at Lahaina, .Vaui,
u.;r. !oUMes. Svruu. Tea. CoTcc, and a Urge
raried assortment of jreneral merchandise
Honolulu. August li 1457. 0J'lr
A. P. EVERETT.
J anion's new block. Queen street, Honolulu, II. I.
Messrs. "axfsox Taffax, --
E. D. Brichax Co
Bm.cB. Keith k Hill,
Honolulu, July 1, 1S57.
C. A. fc II. F. POOR,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
nnvfiLnr. OAIIU. SANDWICH islands.
George T. Piabodt, Esq., -Ellsha
Haskell, Esq., -Read,
Waldo, Barrt t Co., -Abebsetht,
Clabr Co., -
- New York.
D-fcW1,Tc. WATERMAN CO.
- COMNISSIOX MERCHAH i a.
'f ..j .v, i.inMii of the Whaling
Special atteTrt p . - Kxchanre, Oil,
- nllercrathe procuring of l'rei,h,
REFERENCES- . -
Memr. Haac Howlaxo, Jb-, A Co, New Bedford
MOBOAX, STOXB -
McKcer Merbill, -
II. W. SEVERANCE,
Late of C. I. Bjchabd Co 0 Ship Chandler and Commission
Merchant. Honolulu, S. I.
Captain B. F. Sxow, - --
Messrs. D- C. Waterxas -0-,
Willlax ft Haves,
Mobbax, Stoxb At Co,
Swirr Jt Allbx, - .
T. A A. B- Ntb,
11.... A.VslBCE. -
GBISXBLL, iCtTtTBS ft CO,
. m, -;r.n the r -y Chanoiery ana
H. W. SEVERAL "... 1 de8cription of
hand and for Bale at low rate-
1 t ftJtA 1 11(1 auiuu
P hipping, will bo
P. S. WILCOX,
" . roadv ft Co.,5 Shipping and uon.rn.-
accCT . uolnlu. Sandw
dilonololu, Sandwich Island.
KH".vTpacz, Boston. Swift A Allex, New Bedlord.
to th. shipment of Od f", Whalemen's Draft,
lowest current rate, in .first e '"JPjl AjcenU, will be at U
a rr rnn!I NEW YORK.
iiii if ii 11 11 H ii n l a . . -. . : - - - - 1 HiDiniiiiiiini' hi d i hi r i h r ti
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBEIl 17, 1S59.
II. W. McCOUGIITRY,
Notary Public, for the protest of commercial paper only
at the Hawaiian Treasury.
Notary Public, Office at the Court House, up stair. 163-tf
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office In Honolulu House, over the Post Office.
Physician and Surgeon, office In the new drug store, adjoining
the store of H. Hackfeld & Co., Queen-street. 1-tf
J. EL, BLAIR,
Attorney and CoonQlor at Law, and Proctor in Admiralty. Of
fice over Dr. Guillou'i Drug Store, Honolulu, S. I. 140-tf
Attorney at lav. Office, over the Poat-oRice. Transacta
- business and executes documents in the native lanimace. -143-tf
- DR. FORD'S
Office and Drug Store, Kaahumanu Street, opposite Makee's
block. Ship's Medicine chests refitted, and prescriptions
XT Hot, cold, vapor, shower and medicated Baths, at' all hours
CIIAS. F. GUILLOU, M. D ,
Late Surpeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen and Keneral practitioner.
Office, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at ur. wood' M infion. Hotel street.
Medical and Surgical advice u English, French, Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 a. yg . to 2 r. M.5 at other hm'.rs inquire at
bis residence. 1-u
HONOLULU MEDICAL HALL,
DOCTOR McKIBBIN, Surgeon, tc
Has removed to the Store lately occupied by Dr. Lathrop, in
Queen Street, where he will he resulitrly supplied with
Mediciues, Perfumery, etc., of the best quality.
XJT Family Mediciues and Prescriptions carifully preparetl,
TT Medicine Chests examined and refitted on reasonable terms,
Attendance at the oluce from 8 A. M. till 6 p. x., on week
days, and from 8 to 11 A. x. on Sundays. At other times
at his residence. U nion street- 11 1-tf
JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise,
Honolulu, and Idihaina, Maul. 44-ti
t. IRWIS. X. L. 1X0OLS'
IRWIN & CO.,
Accountants. Collectors and Cu-rtora nnuse Brokers, Honolulu.
rr N.B. Complicated accounts adjusted, and commercial
books opened and closed. iuo-ii
FREDERICK L. HANKS. EDWARD P. ADAMS.
FRED'K L. HANKS & CO.,
Commission and ShiDDine Merchants. Honolulu, Hawaiian
Messrs. McRrER t MeriOIu - San Francisco.
(ittivxei.L. Mistcrs k Co. - - New York
Swift & Allcs. - - - New Bedford.
Chas. ScrPDEB & Co., - Boston
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business at the new store in ajakee's new fire
nmnf Imililinff. at the stand recently occupied by lr.
Hoffmann, corner of Queen and Kaahumanu streets.
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular at tentton given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 44-tf
AGENT FOR THE
ir York Board of Underwriters.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Slasters,
Aic, that he has been duly appointed as Agent for the
New York Board of Underwriters.
IJ-tf ALEX. J. CARTWRIGIIT.
a -OT,, tnr ib Rmm .nt Ttreulen Hoard of Underwriters A II
j . .. lAiuiB -rs-uiaa. uic wi v uuero niers, occurring in
or about this Kingdom, will ua-e to be certified before him.
rnilE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA-
I nv. established ISod.l For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and ahmad.
Capital 1.250.7GO. Strrlias.
The undersigned bus been appointed Agent for the Sandwich
Islands. JAMON, GREEN, ft Co.
AGENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Associntion.
The undersigned begs leave to notify Slerchants, Ship owners,
ami Ship roasters, that he has received the appointment ol
AGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL UNDER
j"tt JANION CRF.EN, ft Co.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned beps to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he has receivfd the appointment ot
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LON1ON.
105-tf JANION, GREEN ft Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED. Agents of the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in anu
aliont Honolulu. .
For particulars apply at the omoe.
nno ulu, Oct. II, 1357.
MELCHERS ft CO.
Fire Insurance Notice.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED bees to not ify to those par
ties who have insured in this office wooden buildings or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in conso
aequence of the continued erecti n of large and high wooden
buildings close together in narrow streets, no more risks on tim
ber constructions in the town will be taken, ami those already
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
JANION. GREEN, ft Co.
Q2-lf Agent tor the Northern Assurance Co. r
E. HOFFSCHLAEGER i STAPENHORST,
Agent for the
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
Lrs Soussiffnes, nyant ete nonnnes Agents pour lea
Assureurs maritimes de Paris et de Bordeaux,
previennent le public en general et les Capi
tainesde uavires marchands francais.qui visitent
les ports de ce royaume, en particulier.que dans
tons les cas d'avaries, qui auraient lieu dans ces
parages, ils devront, faire constater et verifier
les faits devant eux pour legalwer leurs recla
mations contre les dits assureurs.
6l. ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER ft STAPENHORST.
Dealer in General Merchanaise, iiuo, iwu
with recruits at the shortest notice, on
Bills of exchange wanted.
S. N. EMERSON,
Walalua. Oahu, Dealer In General Merchannise, l oumry i-ro
dace eucn as orn, lyaua, ""-" f,3-tr
- W. FISCHER,
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, oppositetne
tvtvti iia- -
BOLLES & CO.,
n.ln Chandlers and Commission .nercimui.
gWp Cliiiernu v" Whalers furnished
. . . 1 a. , TlMliaM If)
wtth recrmatthe7ho7 notice, in exchange for good.
GILMAN & CO.,
ghlp Chandler and Dealer. In General Merchandise,
LAHAINA, MAUI, H. I.
ip. applied with recruiU. Good facilities for storage. Cash
furnished for bills of exchange. wy .
j. ii. WOOD,
Tmnorter and Dealer In Boots and Shoe, of every
Manufacturer, V" Plimn, 0,.. Riceine. Harness,
rGoaTW. and Buck Skins
ana nw... Foils, sod Masks, Black
..'.ros ftc. ftc. BrickShoe.tore,corne,
1 Fort and Merchant sts.. Honolulu, n
.n toper Pumps! Bathing Tub.
FootandTho-rr Bath, Tin and Zinc Roofing, and gen
FootaoaMower jr ghip work executed with
exal assortment of Tlr ware.
neatness and tuspaicu.
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
.wn BUILDER- The undersigned would in-
C0NTRACT0R AND Uli thlU he has taken and
form hi friend aajng IL opposite C. Brewer
fitted up the PET?H0.ndVoukI olieittht
2d' Store, riij Stowed. All orders in
P1""! of BuUding: Pln, Specification, and
Contrct,tteulea m 1'HA.RLES W. VINCENT.
ii2rkmil IS NOW OP1TW FOR
SI . , . ' -.. . - 111 m'Y ar. f -J. TlIi nw irn 'l Ya0
j ' J?- J. U; . U ; : Jr.IL U . I ; L
TO LET I
FOR ONE YEAR, THE CONDE FARM
vLJt at Makawio. for cultivating wheat, Ac. Apply to THGfc.
W. EVERETT, Lahaina, or to the undersigned.
U. P. J I'D I),
165-3m Attorney for D. T. Con ic.
THE STORE AND PREMISES LATELY
occupie bythe undersigued. Apply to
W. N. LADD.
THE STORK AT THE FOOT OF KAA-
humtnu street, recently oecupl -d by Messrs. Kitson ft
Hart, in the wine and spirit trade.' Possession given on
tha 1st of October next. For terms, apply personally to
153-tf At his rooms over Dr. McKibhin's.
THE DWELLIXG-IIOISE IX XCU-
An, v.. ' I ..i It r -l w rwunied br BIr. Thumiis Krown.
r , : . . . ...j, j r-- -
XfeS. Please apply to
litTtf . FRED. L. HANKS.
TO LET, LEASE, OR FOR SALE I
WTHE WELL KNOWN AND OLD ES-
ftri ublished BOARDING H0LSE,knowu as the "UNION,"
JldL is ofTcred for sale.
This hemse has done a most excellent business for a km time,
and the Proprietor is forced to part with it from being too much
occupied in other business. Apply to gTFWART
j j3-tf Hotel Street.
A SUMMER RETREAT I
a nro n ii r . T" A fiMlT.f.
. Mj 1 1 r.l 1 o Avu w . j a -
fK family desiring to avoid the heats of summer. Good ac
Xil commodations may be had two miles from the Post Office
infrfe valley, at the cottajre in the rear of my residence. Terms
' ... ' fi.vt.tr. A. BISHOP.
THE FOLLOWING ROOJ1S AND Of
fices in the FIRK PKO'Jr liuiciv blallhau, corper 01
KoahiiTiinnu and Oueen streets, viz :
m offliv. on the second floor, directly over the Savings Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500
barrels. ' ...
Possession given immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to
110-tf - CIIAS. BRKWEK,2D.
Til I OVRDlNC HOUSE
rur of the " White Horse notel,"
th 12 separate bed
rooms, all furnished
Inquire on the premises. 111-tl
TO LET STORAGE.
THE CELLAR UNDER THE IIONO-
1, lulu House one of the most convenient in town capa-
lle of storing about 400 tons.
H. M. WniTNEY.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
WTHE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
fit street. Terms liberal. Apply to , .
"i J 100-tf C. VV. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
TO LET. t PER WEEK.
S. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
MTHE PREMISES BELONGING TO C. T.
Averberg, Esq., corner of King and Maunakea strents.
Immediate possession can be given if required. For
terms apply to (96-tf ) FLORENS STAPENHORST.
THE TWO STORES RECENT LF
erected in Fort street, between King and Mercnaiit sts.
Parties wishing to lease can have theui ntteu 10 suit uy
early application. For terms, please apply to
B. F. SNOW.
CoflTec Plantation for Safe !
TITCOMB COFFEE. PLANTATION,
AT IIAXALEI, KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. The Land of the PUntation Prises up
wards of 1050 Acre-, and has upon it oO.OOO tsftre
Tren, tub uni is well adapte.1 to she cultivation of sugar
. . , . t .. .. j : 11 w- 1 1. Pm,
cane. J ne estate is unratumnatu, in ---Simple
Title. For full particuiars and terms of sale, inquire of
B. F. SNOW.
Waikahaliilu Water Lots!
-. . . -m. r
riHE UNDKKSIGN Ka IIA i.iu . .
M. appointed agent for the sale and lease of the
begs to call the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculators
and others bi ttis finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
6 nana may be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the uudersigned at Robert C. Janion's tire-prooi tmiiuings-
v n Early application should oe mane ior choice au.
... t 1 I. L' VT
Agent for the Sale of Waikabalulu Lots.
Tlcmolulu, Oct. 21, 1358. 1--
AMBROTYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY!
and PHOTOGRAPHS taken
in the highest perfection of
the Art. (105-tf)
fTMIE UNDBRSIGXr.I wouiu can trie inHnraw
f hi. Friends and the mniic 10 nis nwnin, -r m
u i..:n. i-nrr-i.l Aavertiser" Printinz Office. (net to the
Post Office) where he is taking IMctures whlc for elegance of
stvle and softness of ("tie, cannot be excelled.
Being in constant receipt of New Stock, Chemicals. &c, he is
prepared to take Pictures with all the latest improvements.
D- Pictures taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Rubier. Ac, and warranted to give entire satisfaction.
1 . . . ; .-. 1 n ..II .iul ...mina .rwwHm.na.
jj ine ruouc are ujiki w -i --;
-lli.7f W. F. H0WLAND Artist.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS ISIll-t' nr-3iui.i
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. II.
i vswa At llouolula to tneir inenns aomaa.
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 had of E- BLRGEi-s,
1 faint cnop, on am; .inxt, uar ruo.
PERSONS OKUEKI.iu nouns r rv..'
the undersigned are requested to state how they wish them
w -ia xv vr r n A V
t. If no way is Q-ignaiea wnru mucmi, su.ni
I be sent bw mail, and the postage charged in addition to the
.k. i,ir Th. rvootAie .on ordinary 12 mo. books will
be about 5 cent per hundred pages, or 20 cents for a hook of
ago naires. Books can be sent a freight by vessels. jf pivferrea.
or by private Iiands. (162-tQ
H. M. WHITNEY.
BYB0N-3 BAY, niLO, HAWAII,
Shin Chsndler and Dealer In General Merchandise, keep, con-
stantiyon nanu an c riia - ... w. M
of Goods required Dy w naiesnips u owiem-
Shipping furnished witn t resn ceei ana ,c(fei..ie,
kimls of Groceries and Salt Provisions, etc., etc., at the
shortest notice and upon the most reasonable terms.
Money advanced for Whalers' Bills at the lowest rate.
Best facilities for Storage of from 5 to 6000 barrelB.
j,- u No ardent spirits allowed to be sold at this port.
FnreiVn as well a native seamen can be procured here upon
as favorable lays, etc., a at any of the other port on the Manda.
"""1 1" -
IlOrt Maarh 1M:.U- -
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ' BEEN
appointed Administrator of the estate of Joseph Jackson,
late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby gives notice to all persons in
debted to the said estate to make immediate payment and all
persons having claims against the estate are hereby .requested
to present the same u
'. Honolulu, Aug. 29, 1859. - Q66-3t)
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
late William A. Cooper, of Honolulu, decea.-d. are bere
bv notified to pay the amount of their acconnts to his executo-w,
Stewart Hamilton Cooper and William L. Green, who have ob
tained Probate of his Will, or to tha undersigned, their Solicitor
and all persons having claims against his estate, are requested
to present them to same partie. tor OXTGOM ER Y
Honolulo. August 25, 1859. 18Vtf
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TOTHE
late James Graham, of Honolulu, are hereby notified to
pay theauiount of their account, to W. A. Markham and Ma
The hisTxecutor and executrix, or the undersigned as their
MtettarVsad 1 person, having claim, gainst W
requested to present them to the fznr.
TTnnolnln. August 25, 1859. lf-a
HOSPITAL NOTICE I
rwmR DISPENSARY ATTACHED TO THE
TQueen" Hospital on King Street, m te open every day
frTm Tt unUI 9, A. for the dispensing of mliclne. to .ick
r3d Indigent Hawaiian.
, 3. W. AUSTIN.
WATER-RIGHT WANTED I
a vr PfRSnV HAVING A WATER RIGHT
b,W?ttia 10 1dCTliMd' H. W. EEYERANCK.
(a -w pattern, oa ttno paper ) aw - "" VT
I A A A VS. aJ J L A A. Jjd
Harrey & mcCIrluont,
PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, GILDEPJS AND PA
PEli II ANGERS,
shops lit uyiox A.n xijvo streets. 155-tf
HOUSE CARPENTER, ic,
RESPECTFULLY INTIMATES THAT
he is prepared to execute any work iuthe above line, and
o.ies to merit a share of public patronage. 103-tf
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the public to his stock of mitterial, consisting of Ha
waiian Lime, California Lime. Brick, Cement, Fire Clay, Plaster
of Paris, German Tile and Fire Brick, at his yard, opposite the
City Market, on King Street, - 10O-y
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forgings and smith work. V
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils Ac. on hand snd made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale. .
2-tf D. M. WESTON.
CARPENTERING AND JOLMERY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
bis friends and the Public that he has taken the stand form
erly occupied by S. Johnson, (Carp-tnter,) on King street, oppo
site the Itethel, where he intends to open a caVpenter shop and
conduct the business in all its various branches.
.V. B. All orders executed with promptness and dispatch.
145-tf GEO. MILLER.
T11IOjIPSO.t & IVEV1X.LE,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM nOUSE,
THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
the premises formerly occupied by M. M. Maithewi,
are now prepared td execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
Work, on the shortest notice and most reasonable
terms, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a share
of theiublic patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. 105-f
4 CARD.-MESSRS. LEWIS St NORTON
2 m. take the opportunity of thanking their friends and the
public in general, for the favors and patronage hitherto bestow
el upon them, and respectfully bog their continu:tuce of the
All orders entrusted to them will be performed with punctu
ality and dispatch.
They have on band, for sale, CASKS of all sizes Bnd sorts,
amounting to upwards of 4000 bbls. 162-tf
inif re QIC
nil 1. APE, is
retuoved his Shop to the NEW EsPLAN-
Drensred to execute work of all kinds
in first rate stvle. and at prices to suit the times. Particular
attention will be paid to all kinds of ship work ; and, having
procured an experienced Farrier, recently arrived from the United
States, those requiring services in that liue may rely upon their
orders being executed in a workmanlike manner.
145-tf ROBERT BROWN.
-r-nTHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING A
nwfv'ir thorough knowledge of the above business, begs to
.f notify his friends and the public generally of nonolu
r3a lu, that he is prepared to make to order, on short no
tice, and in the uiost thorough workmanlike manner, Spring
Lounires. SDrtne Weils, llair. ruiu ana urass jiatresses. jhi so
fas. Lounges, etc., re-covered and repaired with neatness and dis
patch. Carpets of all kinds laid in the most thorough workman
like manner. U. II. 1SURA11A.11.
129-6m Next door to Geo. Clark, Esq., Hotel street.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
rnniiE old stand, hotel street, near
M. the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, READY MADE FURNITURE, Koa
Boards, Joist and Plank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahogany Veneering.
A larce assortment of Gil' Moulding, and large sized Glass.
A variety of Rocking, Dining, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and made to order. 158-ly
H. F. LONG,
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
BEGS LEAVE TO NOTIFY THE
public that he is now prepared to furnish all kinds
of COFFINS, and superintend Funerals, at theehort-
est notice. "From the lone experience ne nas nau in
the business, he trusts that he may give satisfaction to those who
will favor him with a call. Ready made pine coffins always on
hand, from $4 to $ 10 ; cherry and koa do., varnished, $10 ami
$25 ; koa do, polished, $25 and $40. Koa Lumber on hand and
for sale at his shop, King street, nearly opposite the Seamen's
N. B. FURNITURE made, repaired and varnished, with
neatness and dispatch. 118-tf
NEW COOPERAGE !
AXTIION'S BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
Hoaoluta, Oasha, II. I.
mi he undersigned Have taken
the above premises for the purpose of carrying on the
in all Its various branches, fcnd solicit a share of the public
Being all practical coopers, they flatter themselves that they
can do work as well and n as leasonable terms as any other es
ahlishment in Honolulu or on the Sandwich Islands.
147-3m LAMB, FARDEN ft CO.
MACHINE CARPENTER'S SHOP.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends and the public that on the 6th insU he will re
sume his former business as a
BUILDER AND HOUSE CARPENTER,
At the stand hitherto occupied by Messrs. Watson ft Leonard,
on the Swinton Premise, King street. With every facility for
doing all branches of .
XJV o o cL Worls.
tc the best advantage, he respectfully solicits a share of public
Having secured the services of a first rate workman,
also add Cabinet Mnkinff, Taraiag aad
x to his other business.
If Stuff sawed and planed by machinery for carpenters and
0Qen- C. H. LEWER3.
N. B. General lumber business will be conducted as hereto
fore on the Fort Street Premises, where me nest kiwi
will be Kid on the most reasonable terms.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
suppl merchant and families with hard and soft soap ; also,
f An'i aiwayi ready to buy or trade for tallow, !ush, nd
all kinds or kitchen grease. .
CITY MARKET. "
FCV HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
1 chased the interest of E. J. Smith in .the Town and City
Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley ft Co., the
business will henceforth be carried on under the name of IXR.
V Ua ft Co., who engage to furnish the beat quality of butchers'
meat which the Islands can produce, and solicit the patronage of
D. B- VTDA ft CO.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDER, &c.
4 Snfl ROLLS ASSORTED PAPER,
4,011' 100 roU assorted border.
The above Invoice was selected expressly far this market by
J T B. Marshall. Esq., and is the largest and beat assortment
ever impored, and will be aold at tow rst
Wi N. LAui)
TTLL RECEIVE BY THE - MO NEK A."
St AM," and other vessels to arrive Boon from Boston,
a large and verv complete supply of Hardware. Aft.
which will be offered for sale npon arrival at very reasonable
nrinp. ALSO XFBCTBB . -' ' . ' -
frL San Francisco, by the - Yankee" and France. Palm
er," a variety of desirable goods. . ipa-a
, FOR SALE OR HIRE!
wrEHT SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
V with Slate or Woodea Beds, and PMXANU CELB
BRATED COMBINATION CU8H IOXS, aU tf-
, rwk. Ralls. Cues. Wax. Pockets, Ac. Apply to
VIA lAt'- ,. v ' ' w-
: I JARTE8 WORKS. -r
CHINES AKD SCENERY-! 85
lj f Bomaoee of Bawau-1 S -
" " I x t '-fcteaod Principle tijratca ,
Iren.. t and FWiicipteB, vols, JllnBtoatr
J SIX DOLLARS PER ANSt'M.
(VOU IV, X. 12. VUOLEN.ltt9.
OF BREMEN" BARK
Carl lVXololiora, Sdixior,
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. Mack and white
muslins, jaconet ginghams, Swiss ginghams, plain black Or
leans, royal blue do, black, green and blue fiirured Orleans;
white Victoria lawns, Orvgou checks, plain Turkey red cloth. 30
Inch grey long cloth (brown cotton,) 3J inch blue bafts (blue cot
ton.) mottled twills (decims,) blue striied bed tick, white mole
skin, black cotton velvet, white linen thread, black linen thread,
black, white and blue sewing cotton; bhie, red and whit bunt
ing; wadding, large woolen blankets (80 by 80 inches, assorted
white, blue, red, orange and green,) sailors' white woolen blan
kets (64 y 69 inches.) black and Hue broadcloth, cashmere, blue
flannel, cotton towels, printed cotton hdkfs, Turkey red bdkfii.
French biack taffetas, do Napoleon blue, German black lull re
silk, do Napoleon blue, black silk hdkfs, assorted French satin
ribbons, Paris taffeta shawls, do reps shawls, blck silk hat rib
Shirts, Hosiery, &tc.
Extra fine clear blue flaunel shirts, blue serge shirts, red serge
shirts, blue serge drawers, red do do, white cotton undershirts,
fancy striped do and other kin.is, brown cotton drawers, printed
regatta shirts, striped hickory shirts, denim frocks, denim pan
ta loons, French white shirts (small and larne folds.) French
fancy shirts, French superior do. French elastic suspenders,
brown cotton socks, white cotton socks, fancy striped cotton
socks, blue mixed cotton socks, women's black cotton stockings,
sailors' heavy woolen stockings.
Hats, Clothing:, Skc.
Assorted English felt hats, very superior French felt hafs,
(latest style.) silk umbrellas, blue pilot reefing jackets, pilot cloth
trowsers. moleskin pants, gentlemen' fine light buckskin coat
and superior cloth pantaloons, light jackets. A complete assort
ment of light woolen, cotton and linen pantaloons.
Men's brogans, lasting gaiters,
Sailors' shoes, men's slipper
Hardware, Iron, Arc.
14 bndls English very best crown iron, bars to , round,
252 " do do do do do I to , do.
104 bars English very best crown Iron, bars 1 Jx U 2x, fiat,
104 bundles best English hoop iron, assorted,
8 kegr cooper's rivets,
Belgian wrought iron spikes, 2 inch to 7 inch,
Belgian roofing zinc, 38x75
Patent shot. Nos. 00 to 6; sup gunpowder, In and lib cani.'n.
Butcher knives, assorted qualities, &l to 12 inches; '
Sailors' knives, jack knives, table knives and forks,
B. M. tablespoons. B. M. teaspoons. Sharp's needles,
Kirby fishhooks, flint stones, percussion caps,
Clothing buckles, best axes, assorted powder flasks,
Horn combs, Ivory tooth combs, jewsharps.
Glass Ware, Crockery and Perfumery.
Gilt frame lookins-plasses, drawer looking-glasses.
Castors, tumblers, porter glasses, white howls,
White mugs, butter dishes, large blue cup. and saucers,
Brown spittoons, porous water bottles,
Clay pipes, Eau, de Cologne, Florida water,
Genuine Lubin's Extracts.
Ship Chandlery and Whalemen's Stores
Tarred cordage, 1 to 3 Inch; Manila cordage, It toS in
Standing rigging, 3 to 6J inch,
1 hemp cutting fall, 120 fathoms 6 inches,
: 4 Manila cutting falls, 60 fathoms 6 inches,
Ratline, rope yarn, spunyarn, bousing, marline, "
tricing stuff, best English sail twine, tarred twine,
A No. 1 Manila whaleline, patent block, and sheaves,
Boat compasses, raw and boiled linseed oil,
Spirits turpentine, green oil paint, zinc white,
Lampblack, putty, whiting chalk, best glue,
Pump leather, rigging leather, whalemen', casks,
6 m. B. Whaleboats.
Groceries and Provisions
English pickles Durhsm mustard, salad oil, asstd sugar ware.
Saniines in qr. boxes, loaf sugar, crushed sugar, pilot bread, : .
Rye flour, green teas, split peas, lentils, pealed barley.
S.urkraut. nickled beans, shelled almonds, currants.
Superior Lechos raisins, Bohemian prunes, Bologna sausage,
Best Otfrisian butter. East India polished rice,
Wine vinegar, Westphalia hams.
Abbot's pale ale, quarts; Bass ft Co's pale ale, quarts. Pyra
mid brand; Van den Bergh s Co's Holland gin;
Superior old champagne cognac, pale sherry, madeira; .
Chat. d'Yquem (IlautSauterne,) Schlos. Johanni.berger;
Rhine wine, cherry cordial, Hamburg bitters, Cursoua liquor,
Rhine wine mousseaux, casks brandy, casks Jamaica rum,
French table vinegar, 90 per cent, alcohol.
Willow Ware, &c. '
Sofas, arm chairs,
Assorted work basket.
Bremen cigars, imit. Havana; matches.
Birch brooms, cocoanut soap, Roman cement,
One Inch Baltic pine boards,
50 tons West Hartley steaming coaL
The above, part of the cargo of the "Carl Melchers, Senior,
will be offered Tor sale on ravoraoie terms upon arrival, oy
15g.tr MELCHERS ft CO.
Just received per Bark " Sachem,"
FROM BOSTON, U. S
.TEASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES
Bales Union bro. drills.
Cases calf Jersey ties.
Oxford pegged ties,
" fine Monterey u
roan slippers, (sewed,)
" women's col'd morocco,
" men'Bopera slippers,
" calf sewed brogana,
u u u boots,
" elf sewed and pgd brogans
calf sewed sailor's puropa,
Bales Manadnock bro. sheet
Bales Livingston bleached sheet
Cases Otis denims.
Bales Thorndike Ticks,
Cases Livingston blea. drills,
Case. Honeycomb Quilts,
Cases L. Br.wn sheetings,'
Case Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Cases 1-lb tins green peas.
Half bbls split peas.
Denim overalls and frocks.
Cases refined lard.
Blue, mixed and red flan, shirt Half bbls crushed .agar.
Russia frocks. Kits mackerel.
Sporting jackets, Bbls extra mess beef,
Dutch pants, jBxs, hf and qr do, layer raisin,
Black merino Backs, iHalf bbls butter,
Reefer'. " " 'Cases box salt,
Bluexeefers, !Shook. fine bag do.
Black pants, Bbls liaxall Hour,
Striped shirts, iCases chwe,
Blue and red flannel shirts, BbU rice,
Black beaver cloth Raglans, Bale, cloves.
Pilot reef Jackets, blue and blk, nags pepper.
Best bread, in whaler', casks.
Rob Roy jackets,
Mixed cassimere pants,
Cases saddles, complete,
Bxs family and salt water soap,
Half bbls bide poison, r
Cases spta turpentine,
Coils of Manila cordage.
Kegs of nails.
Kegs of finishing nails.
Cottonade and jean pants.
Beota and Shaea.
Cases men's fine calf brogans,
Imitation goat -enameled
Cases of Dixon's, pineappl and
Luck a tobacco.
kip brogans, Rolle rigging and pump leather.
a " " waxed do, ivegs pure ana extra wnne icao,
u Oxford ties. Case boiled linseed oil,
" patent leather. Coils Russia bolt rope,
. " cl top. Cases charcoal irons,
" gnat pump brogans Cases prison padlock,
" " im. Oxford ties, Coils spunyarn,
Cases Con gresa hoots. Kegs powder,
" sewed lasting brogans, Cases sporting do.
' Wiarm Spirits, fcc
Case. Alcohol, keg. and lialf bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octave, of Hennessy's, Martell and
Rivierre Brandy, cases Catawba do;
Quarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander ft Co'. Roc belle
Brandy, casks Byass' Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, case London Cordial Gin.
143-tf J. C. SPALDING
Ex " Yankee."
Assorted jellies, citron,
Hamblin ft Baker', oysters,
Bbls Carotin rice,
For sale by C. L. RICHARDS ft CO.,
Kaahumanu street, in atone More, formerly
151-tf occupied by Meaara. Kruil ft Mod.
Cigars ex "Hero!"
JUST LANDED AND FOR SALE AT J. T.
W'atcrhouse's Wholesale and Retail Fire Proof Emporium
10,0u0 No. 1 SUnila Cigars, twist ends,
200,000 No 2 do do do,
10,000 No. 3 do do k d.
They are selling fast. Terms quick. -142-tf
Apply to JOHN THOMAS WATEUHOrSB,
. Doors, Window Sash, Blinds,
EX "MODERN TIMES."
y DOORS, ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
0"VF moulding and raised panel. -- .
60 Sash Doom, assorted aixea. .
300 pair V inrtow Sash, aborted sixe.. - :
250 uair Blinds, with and without swivels, aa. d sizes.
- a ..I. laM. Sm.
Mected expressly mr sius marsix, a""--------
GEORGK O. K0WJB.
OR SALE.JTUST RECEIVED EX BARK
"Sachem," 3 double-two aiewaeooa, f
a 00 reco "o,
' 3 fiveetav, phwo ttyle.
The abov froar' manafikctoryl 8. D. ft H. W. Smith, of
Boston. For was r lo- ubas. mmwaaa w.
' VT.'ILA CORDAGE.
. assorted sizes, made to order. Just r
per clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
CHAS BREWER ft CO.
' NAILS. - .
' TAILS, BY MACHIWE3.Y,
J -fW .iron; horscsho and brad nafla,frB th
. w . . . IJ B? T . iVa aaakLa
'""TSFEXY OF THE SAKDWICH ISLAKD.
a-?rtiir-a of JiTlTTT HISTCnY
Uwida fBW oi-oo.) f v .
- - - . , a --
SI. AX. ' V. .
to ADTERTisEas axi gcrcnis:
Oltitanriea. fuueral InrHiahaw avd w-' ' a
intended only benefit an iudiri yr tidnawwHI be
; JUIertineaents dUplaycd In lu.r tj ? ? nl
Ject to UeaVKT ciiirre.
JLT gubacriptiua ft the Ctananercial AnwrtwCf and J-BWr
Ua.-titeiiU are yable laraauaLT i tnrtari.
tJ No tranaient advertiawtenta win be iajaarted Wataa
PAID. . . . J - ' V 'I
C3 Correspondence from ali part of the Pacifia WiU alwajw
be very aoeeptalle. ," . H ,r .
COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFriCS.
PLAIN AND FANCY '
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
, . arcs ab -BOOKS,
. BILLS OF EXCHANGE,
CATALOGUE., BILLS OV IJkDINti. ,
BILL HEADS, CONSULAR PI-AWK-V
CIRCvLARS. BLANK l..a ,
: AUCTION BILLS, -. HlKDliUf,
trr VlalTINO. BUSINESS AND ADDRFBS CARES
en a 'Yankee Card Press," in the highest atyte of tha art.
a. DACKFELD Cz, CO.
OFFER FOR SALE, JUfJT ARRIVED PER KAftK ", .
THE FOLLOWING INVOICES OF ENGLISH, FRENCH ARB
GERMAN GOODS: . . . .. V -i
Cottons, Linens & Woolea Gla.
Bale, pink and yellow print, do fiincy.do,
Do. mourning do, do two blue do, '.. .
Do. white ground do, do white shirtings,
Do. glased eol'd do, cases ginghams, ...... .. ..
Cases printed cotton handkerchiefs,
Fancy printed jacconeta. Victoria lawn,
Himalaya pock muslin, barege dreaae. .
Cambric, Swiss muslin, mosquito netting.
Lace and muslin sleeves and Collars, embroidered, '
Black Orleans alpacca, blue figured alpacca, - ' '
Oregon checks, moleskin, hackaback,
Cotton elastique for pantaloon, linen diaper,.
Blue twilled flannel, Mne, green ann pink nanaet, .
White linen drill, Russia crash, checked coating.
Blue and black broad clotiv. ..-.. .
Blue, criinsoo and grey woolen blanket.
Clothing Shirts, Hats
Plain, black and blue pantaloon, buckskin pants.
White linen drill pants, assortment of cotun p.nt
Black, blue and brown cloth coata and paletota, ,
Pilot cloth jackets and panta,bl'k alpacca eoata, .
Hickory shirts, printed regatta shirt, . .-. . ,
Blue serge shirts, white 00U011 shirts,
White L. B. do, French calf buots,
French A mason felt hats.
Ladles' straw do,Leghoni, . ,
Children's straw doaegborin.
Gent's straw hats, Lcjrhorn,
Superior silk aaU woolen undershiirta. -. . -
Gent', silk. Lisle Ciread and eottoo anck. . -
Ladies' silk, Lisle thread and cotton ttoeklag, ....
Gent's lasting gaiters, gent's lacquered mitera,
Children's Lisle thread and cotton socks and stocking, .
Ladies' and gent' Vienna slippers, French calf boot, E
An asaortment of French felt hat, lor gent', and cUUrac j
Silks,, Ac. ' . y
Silk bed cover, cambric silk handkerchief, 7 -. "
Chenille and dress trimmings, ruche, . . t
Silk umbrellas, black and oolored satin, .
Black lustrine, molra antique, . . ' '
Flowered moire antique,
A large and splendid assortment of silk, and aatin.
. Black, blue, green and violet ailk velvet, i ,
Black and fancy velvet ribbon, . .
Ladiea' bonnet ribbon, latest style.
Black ailk hat ribbon.
Sundries. . '
Linen, woolen and cassimere table coven, ' ' 1
Cassimere piano covers, BeJln wool, t
Canva. for embroidery, spool cotton, corsets, "f.
Linen and cotton thread, asst'd, Coates,
Linen sheeting, linen table damask, dyed sfloaias, ,
Woolen cords, bed quilts, Unen bed laoa, 4
Stay binding, auspenders, playing card., " t' ' .
Portemonnaies, purse., black lac falls, '
Assortment of necessaire and dressing cases, t
tlilt frame looking glasses, . " ,
Black, pink and straw colored crape, '
Assortment of artificial flower.
Silk, buckskin. Lisle thread nd kid gloves,
A auperlor aasortment of Paris funs,
A superior assortment of Paris vases, flowers, Ac.
Children's porcelain, tea set, tulip .hade glasses,
Water cooler, a large assortment of children', toys. .
Tapestry carpet, Lapland and church mata, .
Velvet ruga, room paper, oil cloth, calf akin,
Turtle shell back comb. Ivory tooth comb,
Turtle .hell dressing aid pocket comb,
Assortment of buffalo dressing combs.
Hair brushes, tooth brushes, nail brushes,
Table brushes, cloth brushes, ' -,
Pearl buttons for coat, shlrti and drtasea,
Aocordeoos, concertinas, clarinets, '.'
Asst'd hoop Iron, flat, round and square iron.
Bailors' jack knives, butcher knives, coco handle,
Rodger' pen and pocket knives, -.
Assortment of sciaaor. for ctabroidery,
Buttenbole and, tailors' scissors,
Knives and forks, rasnrs, - t
Table spoons, gardener' knlvea,
Shoe knirea, dagger, awl,
r Superior English aewlog nroctle,
Sail needles, powder flsaks, --
Shot, ftc ft ft.
A large assortmeut of English, French and 0raa per-.
fumery. consisting tf i
Eaa da eologue, Lubin's extract, golden ofl, -
Genuine Macaaaar oil, pomatum, .
Toilet aoap and genuine extract of J. Goaoall A Co,
London, ftc, ftCn fto. . 4 ,
Plated Ware. , . , .
Plated candlertlck ( ' 3 -.
Plated cruet stands,
Plated card baakcta, - v
Sugar basins, waiter, fta, ft.
Loaf and crushed sugar.
Aaaortment ct candles.
Raiaina In i and i boxes,
Sardines in t and i tins,
Bag of black pepper,.
WhlU win vtaagar.
Capers, fee, ftc. . . .
Paints, &e. ".
Best English whlto lead. In tin can.
Black lead. Pari green, chrome green. , ; - -.
Chrome yellow, Prussian blue, celestial blue.
Red lead, Venetian red, bronxe paint, gotd lea, .
Best English pair" oil, in Una. . 4
A U hog skin saddles, imitation hog akin addlra,
Saddle cloths, silver plated spars,
Silver plated bits and stirrups.
' Furniture. " i
A few superior wardrobes, . . ,
Piano stools, , . , t
Foot atools, "
Ships' cabin stool
; Cordage. .,..!'
A large assortment of Russia cordage, aU 111 a,
Spunyam, two and three thread, stick Hne,
Marline, bousing, hemp twine. ; .
Wines, dec. '
Jaoquessnn ft Sons champagne, claret,
Sherry, Madeira, port wine, - ' "-' ,
Asst'd liqueurs, ale In bbl. 4 do, each.
Per " Radaga," from Bcsta !
DUE FIRST SEPTEMBE3.
Blue sheeting and drilling, thrown .heeting,'
P. R. denims, Jewett city denims, - v '-"
CoUon duck and twine, men', kip brogana, : ;.,..
Saddle with stirrups, ftcn complete, whip, . . .
Men'a cow hide boots, cut naila,
Copjier and iron tacks, rivets, asst'd, . . .
Solar lamp ahadea and chimneya, ,
Whisky in barrels and kegs, cask of oavytsread. .
English cheese, 1500 bbl shook, bams, . '-
Mess beef, prime pork, tobacco, shoe Narking,
Preserved meats, assorted, preserved oyster
Black pepper in i In buttle, aalcratu in do, do, ds, K
Bright varnish, spirits of turpentine, .. .
Chrome green, Prussian blue, chroma yellow, ' . '
Blank book, paaa books, envelopes, , ; , , . ,
Letter, note and foolscap paper, Ac, ftc BO f
To Wbalraen !
W. MACY would respectfully otidttt MM-
im 0 trnnage ncretoiore enoyea "7 u na nrwt ws . j m
aw, at the established Depot for Whalemen'. iarT'-,t !"
aihac, Hawaii, where will be found at all Ubms a gd rr J
' Beef, Mattaa. Park. Paaltry, and ilwUM
Jt trnnage heretofore enjoyed by tit old Ira at L-'V
bratad KAWAIHAE POTATOES.
The above article, eaa be furnished at the low trawaatt la
quicker time thatrat any other port at tb tsiada. AaI I
aold by me will be warranted to keep in any ciltnal
CT no cnarge nuuie on inter-iaiana axenann.
VJAt O. W. ill '
OF WHALESHIPS AND OTUZX
SELS. Wood of saperior quality caa b. Iwd at U t.
5 per oord t fresh beef at 4 ceaM per t ihiir,tU
and goat, at $1 60 head. Also, fruit and vegetate v .
kind can be procured at the above named part.
IT Wood always 00 hand at IM oeaea in ' 1 -
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