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Cubical Ue-k;.tio. The Re. E. B. Walworth.
Presbyterian clergyman of Marysville, has resigned
u 1 bis resignation has been accepted.
Dipthebia. This usual! fatal disease baa male
it appearance in Vallej Township. Pine Creek, and
Moctticello Furnace, Armstrong ccunty. I'erinsylTa
ni. lo the family of Mr. Eaton, at the former piaee,
no less than nix fatal cae have occurred withiu
the p.wt few weeks, and at the latter, four children
of a Mr. Whelan were buried io furtj-eight hours.
The rifling of iinooth-Lored cannon, at Governor
Ii-l iod. ia reprteJ to I an entire aucce8. An ac
count of a firing of one of the coluiutin la stares that
tBe gun Wft in all respects a.4 true and valuable ua if
it hd beeu origioa'ljr tnade in its present ute.
Ca4i. St:.m Towixi Abnw5id. The Buff to
KxprttM saji that the Wenlern Transportation Corn
pan have abandoned the experiment of towinir b
aieam on the can:il west froru lt-nrhevter. It is found
t:at towa of three or four boats are injured bj colli-
Biofis, aii't mat a ler-a nuuiber Uoea not make towi
tij steam profit. We.
fJeo. l. I'rer.tire r till continues to perform most
eflctual service iu the Union cause. He fires his
paper bullet right aud left at the secessionists, and
never fails to make a good hit." Here ie one of
thetn : A southern paper aay that Ksl Tennessee
m never anything more thau a t nl of Tennessee. If
tbata the cse, erbps Tennessee' t;ail is long
e-fiougri tu give her hea-l and shoulders a god switch
ing. I'aovflo.t.tL (JuVEHSiot or MissotRI. Hamilton
K. Oaauble of ft. Lot. is. the gentleman who has just
l-een elected 1'ruvLsional Ciovernor of .Mi-M.ori by the
Stite Cuiiveittioii. is a br jther-inIaw of Hon. Kjward
Uite-. the foiled Plates Attorney-OeneraL He is
one of the f.nii;t lawyers of the f'tate, a thor-jah-going
L'uioit man, and a man of weulih and in
fluetiCe. A aM;tr of the New York C9tb, after bearing the
am otklixn of his arm with much fortitude, seeing it
a ut t be taken away to be buried, called the Upr
er toe, aud grasping the finger shook hin I with
the arm. saving. Liowlhye, old friend you served
me often at a pinch, and I thought to carry you to
the grave, but y.u are going before me. Ooodbye."
Uer ILitO United States sailor utationed in our
CM i-.f-wsr, have sent to their fl igship a request to 1
drftKl- in some ships serving against the rebels."
Oce cT.'tte, hiving only 880 men all told, record
the names of 8IU who want to fight. The captain of
one of the e-el told his men. who presented a peti
tion, tint they were ordered to the Slates, and Would
aoon have h t work to tio."
A Milliox or Mt. A Washington corredpomlent
remarks that by some process of shrewd engineering,
two volunteer bills instead of one have been passed
by Congress. I5y each of them the President is au
thorize.! to accept the service of fiOO.UOU men for the
war. One of toe bills is supplemental to the other,
and after referring to it, and to the forces it provid.-s,
gives the President power to call out in addition
to the troops now authorized by law," oOO.OOO
more troops. Thus the President has power to call
into the field a million of men.
. The M .bile R oister sayi : Another P.us?ell let
ter appears. The Correspondent begins to show bis
band as be gets so far North as to know that be will
be under the Lincoln regis by the time his letter
come back to this side of tiie water. He Ins abused
the confidence of the South in giving a minute ac
count of the fortification in Tennessee commanding
the Mississippi river. His pi column letter Lj devot
ed to the riu. cute of the Jontb, being a farrago of the
most cotcmptuoas comment. Greeley's wit and ve
nom could not equal it."
The Bltmjkadino Force. The Government has
now ninety-sn vessels engaged exclusively in the war
lor the Union. Twenty-three new Meant gun-bo:its,
ench of thirteen guns, and eight steam sloops-of-war,
each carrying fourteen guns, are in process of con
struction, and will be launched and ready for sea by
the middle of October. In addition to this list, seve
ral vessels have been ordered home from the foreign
stations. The new gunboats and loips-of-war will
swell the number of guns by the addition of four hun
dred and forty-one. so that by fill we will have near
ly twelve hundred guns on shipboard on our coast.
TtsstssEB Repiihatiox. The Philadelphia Bul
letin says : Information has been received here by
private letters from Tennessee, that the Legislature
of that State, following the example of Georgia, has
passed an act declaring that money due by Tennesse
ans to persons in the anee-ded States, shall not be
p il l to tbem, but shall be put into the State Treasu
ry, for war purposes. This infamous action of the
Legislature disgusts thousands of honest people in
Tennestiee. It will fall with peculiar severity ou
Philadelphia, which was the favorite market of Ten
n - merchants.
HCBMSIIKO WKKKI.V BV i
I1KXKV Al. WllllWfcl.
HONOLULU II AAV A II AX ISLANDS, OCTOBER 17, 1S01.
SIX DOl.URS I'KR ANNTM.
VOL. VI. . IO. WIIOI.K N. '2i,
j. r. coLiirus,
KMhainoa tret, Honolulu, Ohu.
J. II. C OLE,
(tS r.S.VK TO A. r. KVCHI1T.)
At hi late rooms. Queen :reet.
DR. J. MOTT SMITH,
Office corner of Fort anJ Hotel Streets.
E. HOFFMANN, M. D.,
Phyaician and Surgeon. Makee's Block, comer Queen and Kaa
A. S. & M. S. CRINBAUM,
Iiu(Krter and Wtii lrsale Ira!cr in Faihioual.le CI' thins,
Ilata. Caps, Boot arid Shoe, ami ev-ry variety of (ientle
mm'i Superior Kunii-hine Cio"jd. Stxr, formerly wu
pieJ ly W. A. AldrMh, i-"i , iu Uakee'a Block. Queen
birr-t. ilonolulu, Oatiu. 27--y
j II. STAMJKMVALl), M. I.,
1 PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
j Late Nw York City li.pen;iry Physician, member of the
I M-lico "'tiirurj.'ical Ci,11"k'' and of the Pathological Soc'eiy
I of New York.
1 Offie-.- at Dr. Judd's Pruu Store, on Fort Street. Residence in
I Nuuanu Valley, opite that of K. O. Hall, Kq. 2-j-ly
M. R. HARVEY,
Painter, u'lazkr, Gilder aud Paper
Shop in King St., next door to Puffin's Market. 23tM5m
Srjtliinas ani ilral estate.
SAIL HAKI.G !
:. II. EEHERS,
Laaber and buil.iine mac-riaU.Fort St. Honolulu.
C UK EWE It 2d,
General Merchant and Aip-m fir the ale of tlie prolucta of the
Brewer Plantation. 27o-ly
C:iIAS. F. I'lLLOl', M. I ,
Late Surgeon Cnited States Nary, late Consular Phyician to
American seamen and general practitioner.
Office, eorner Kaahumanu and Merchant atreeta, and residence
at br. Wood's Maniion, Hotel street.
Medical and Surgical advice iu Er.pliih, French, Spanish, and
Office hour from 11 a. M. to 2 r. M.; at other hours inquire at
hi residence. 1-tf
. vos holt. th. c. uitrcK.
Von HOLT HEECK,
Oereral Commission Mercliants. II molulu. Oahu, 3. I. lOS-tf
ALEX. J. CAUTWKK.HT,
Commiion Merchant and Utrneral ShippiuR Agei.t, Honolulu,
Oahu, H. I.
;EOKt:E V.. HOWE,
Lumber Merchant Yard on Corar IlotrC Sjiaae,
E. JIcCl LLV,
Attumeyat Law. Office, iu the Court House.
W 1 1 , L I A .W HUMPHREYS,
! Notary Public, Office at the Court House, up staira. lo.'J-t
AV. . WOOLSEV BEGSLE.4VE
iy to inform his friend and the public generally.
iiCTrf- th:it he is prepared to do any work entrusted
J hiui, in the bt-st manner, and at
11 K 13 TJ C K I J
keron! intcresteil will tlo
onl'inc work el!e here.
27 -6 in
ell to gtt a lift of hi prievs N-fore
J. V. AI STIN,
ATTOKNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office.
1 II. A:G. SKGELKlaX,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
M A X l F ACTI RF.RS A X I I E A L. E R-S
In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Ziuc Ware.
LEAD PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED,
ZIf Ship W ork promptly executed.
A Tenant Wanted.
FOR THE ROGERS HOI SE. Water wUl
b let on an.l the tilie out in thoroueh reliair.
ilJL VJ. P. Jl'DD.
Honolulu Ang 2i 1SU. 2T4iu Guardian.
To Ie JSoItl Cliesip !
2 HOCSES. EACH 25 ft. LONG, 20 n.
wide y feet hish. built of oi.e iuih matched mlwooii
UianU and painted inside and out. Apply to S. JOHN
iloue Carpenter. King St., who will rebuild them on any
I .art of Uiis Ulai.d or any ol the other Islands, at a reasonable
Coll'ec Plniitatiosi ibr Sale !
TITCOMB COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT II ANA LEI, K AUAI,
Is offered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1 0.0 Arm. aud has upon it 30.000 I'oMTt-e
T rrra. The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugar
cane. The estate i unetirumliered, and will lie sold Ly Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and tenas of sale, inquire of
10-tf B. F. SNOW.
d.Hix rki a.
C. BREWER & CO.,
CHa-i. U. LOT.
II. HACK FELI .V CO.
fiarw-pmt rimn..4i.wi A afs-c.f fft aan.l Shin Chivnil Ir-r- II'nolula.
. WiJ'u'?: 1 . . . i0?"- J Commission & Shipping; Merchants,
E- O. II A I.I. IIouolulu. Onliu, II. I.
Impiirter and Deahein llar-lware. Dry O.ls. Paints, Oils, and 1
Kroervl Merehan liwr. cnwr ol Fort a.-el Kiug .trreta loj tf
JAS. J. O'DONNELL,
Practical House and Ship Plumber.
iVaikahalulu Water Lots
JANION. t.KEEN .V CO.,
Cornmi'.ion Merehauts Pie-Proof Building. Queen street.
Honolulu. April I. Iswit. lo-tf
" UEOICCE CLARK.
Dealer In Dry and Faney lioods. Hotel Street,
sua and Mau-.a Kea atrrts.
JoRS. M. Hoob. Eq....
J KS llCSNlia ILL, Eq., f
CHaat.KS IlKtca tR, Lx., J ......
It. A. rVinc:. Es ,
Mtl-SSKS. M'.ltl KK.V MURlllLL. I
Cms. Wi-Livit Bk-hiKS, Esq., i
Mksirs. U k, Pcirar Co
Mrsa.s. I'crLa, liraat'LL 4: Co
... . Bootou.
. ... flonzkoiig.
. . . .Manila.
Cabinet Maker and Frenth Poli.her. Hotel Street, oppoaite to
Government lioiue. 41 tf
J. C. SPALllINtJ,
ImporbT and CouimUlon Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
II. F. SNOW,
IMPollTEa AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu. Oahu. II. I. lrt-tf
S. N. EMERSON,
Oahu. Dealer in Uen. al .Verrhandine, Country Pro
such aa Corn. Beaut. Bananas, Butter, Eg,(s, AC.
! Ni crrsB Iss
( Washington " '
EutnriOLK SarFTr lxs. Co
: Si kx MiHiNk Iss. Co.,
Co., Boston. Bostos Iss. Co.,
f .' e
HVOKAl'LIC K A MS. LI FT I NO Force
Pumps, B.nh Tub. ah Stauds, Water Closets, etc.,
tlttiil up in the het manner. All work done at the
t cry lowest rite and perfect katis'actiou warranted.
Jobbing punrt. nilly attended to.
Workshop uu Kaahumanu Mreet, liearly opisile lr. J. F.
apiHimted agent lor the sale and lease ot the
begs to call the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Simulators
and other to this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
Plans may le seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at Kolx-rt C. Janion' Fire-proof Buildiug.
N. B. Early application should be inade for choice Lot.
W. L. GREEN.
A?mt for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lot.
Honolulu. Oct. 21. IsoS. l Jl-tf
MAN I-FACT l RER ANP DEALER
.. E. Mctcal Isr. Co.,
3H Tin, Sheet Iron & Copper Ware,:
KAAHUMANU STREET, HONOLULU, H. I. j
.Smuim r Baker. Tin aud Coper Pump. Bathing Tubs, Foot j
and Shower Bath'. Tin and Zinc Roofing, aud a j
general a'ortnunt of Till Ware, c. j
Ship Work rtrruird with XrntncM unti
II AWA 1 1 A SOU1 FAf I()IU
XV. N.LAO I,
Importer and Dealer in Hasi-warc Cctlert, Mkchssics' i
Tools and Aokililti hal Iplemksts, Fort street. Mono-
lulu. lOi-tf I
Mer. Wm. Thwisc, A Co., -A.
A. Fkazi-k. Ku..
J. A. CrssiSoHiji, Esvj.,
J. SPALDISII. Hrtl-,
Messrs. pKt.LE. lll'BBLLL ii Co.,
" F'llAZIiR ii Co.,
Dealer in Oeneral Merchandise, ililo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted.
T. MOSSHAt. JK.
MOSSMAN sV SON,
Bakers. Orocersand Dealer in Dry Ooods.Nuuanu street. Hon
olulu, Oahu, S. I.
- C. W. Brooks & C ., -
A. P. Evkiiktt. Kst., - "
Mesrs. J. J kffhft K Co., - - Edinburgh.
K. B. Btass. Esq., ... Ixmilon.
J. C. Mustkro, .... Cantou.
Messrs. RrssKLL Co., - "
tore in Robinson r Co.'s Fire Proof Block. 27!-ly
J. S. WALKER,
Snirriso ktt Commission Ai.emct,
Corts-r ((arm and Knaliumanu al reels.
2iO-Iv IIONOLULTJ, II . I.
aa-L. s. castlk. amos. s. coosik-
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dea!ra in General Mer
ctuiiidise. at the ol.! stand. Corner of the King and School
streets, near the Urge S-tone Church. Also at the store ;
JOHN THOMAS VATE R HOI'S E,
Imorter and D.-alt r In General Merchaiidite. Honolulu. II. I.
in King street, ono,:?" the Seamen a Chapel.
UR. JA l .V ITS 'MEIilClX I S.
His Ex. R. C. Wtllik,
B. F. Ssow. Eq.,
C. A. Williams 4 Co.,
('has. Brkwek, Esq.,
Wilcox. Richards Jc Co.. .
Tmmond Is Son,
Thos. Spknter. Esq.,
H. Dickinson, Esq.,
B. Pitman, Esq.,
MrllCFR J; Mkrrill,
C. W. Brooks At Co.,
G. T. I.awton, Esq., . . .
ToniN, Hko. &. Co.,
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.,
met its on King street, Honolulu, anil at Ldtnama. .Maui
Sunsr, Molaases. Syrup, T.-a. Coffee, and a large and
var ed assortment of general merchandise
Honolulu. August 12. 157. !I59-ly
1,'TAI &r A II EE, j
Agent Tor the tugar l-lar.tiitions ot .mko. at I apanoa, an.t two . ph! chandler. Dealers in General Merchandise, and Comniia
at Pulo, Hllo ; Importer and W holesale and Retail Deal- . MercnHnW. Honolulu. H. I.
ers in China Goods; hav or. han.1. for sale, at their etan. ri,n,,nIv on htm.l a full auntdv of everv descriDtion of
merchandise required by whale ship aud others.
Money advanced al the lowest rates.
Mi-mrs. SwirT k Allls,
" Uikkos, Allks A: Son,
Wm. Gitroan. -Msri.
Thomas Ksowles & Co.,
Wkstom Howlasd, Esq.,
Kbu'I ku K Parker. Em).,
Messrs. Wm. Phillips "c Suss.,
Hfnrt A. Pikrce. Esq.,
Messri. Bctlkk. Sisk a: Co.,
Chas. W. Bhooks.
Messrs. Morgan. Stone Co ,
Willis MS & Havf.ss.
17S-tf C. A. W illiams At :..
SlAVINt: RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
I stock of materisl, i prepared to supply his customer
and the public, with the best Veltow, llruwu anil
While SOAP. ALSO
son1 -V1 OIL SOAP,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. S. Soap grease alway wanted. a79-ly
Honolulu Soap Works !
W. J. RAWLINS.
'MI E PROPRIETOR 1IAVINO MADE
M. considerable iuiprovements in the above Establishment,
begs leave to announce to hi Customers and the Public in
general, that he is prepared to supply them with genuine
eqnal, if not superior to the best imported.
XT Orders from the other Island punctually attended to.
X. IJ. SOAP GUEAE WANTED. lils-ly
S ZE 1 T IT.
i OTIC 12 !
TO MASTERS AND OWNERS OF
WM. HENRY Tit E SCOTT,
j ACTINU SECRETARY OF STATE IO TOE UNITED STATES.
To ull whom thtxt Presents shall come. Greeting :
KNOW YE.THATGEORUE E.XETCIIER
a citizen of the United Slate, ha filed in this Department
the required notice of the discovery of guano ou Has land's
Island, iu the PaciAc Ocean, the same lying in North latitude
50 mm., and iu West lomtiludc 1.0 deg. o2 mm.
That notice of the occupation of said Island, in the name of
the United States, by A. G. Benson, on behalf of himself and his
associates, Wm. W. Taylor and said George E. Netcher, lias
also been hied.
And that the United State Guano Company of New York
corporation of citizens under the laws of the State of New York,
assignee of the assigns of the parties aforesaid, ha entered into
sufficient bonds, under and according to the provisions of the
Act of the Congress of the United States, passed on the
eighteenth day of August, in the year eighteen hundred and
Wherefore, the United States Guano Company is entitled, in
respect to the guano on the said island, to all the privileges and
advantsees intended by that act to be secured to citizens of the
United States who may have discovered deposit of guano ; pro
vided, always, that the said United States Guano Company
shall abide by the conditions and requirements imposed by the
Act of Congress aforesaid.
In witness wf ereof, I, William Henry Trescott, Acting Secre
tary of Suite of the L nited States of America, have
hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the
Department of State to be affixed at Washington,
this seventh dav of August, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and sixty, and of the
Independence of the United States of America the
WM. HENRY TRESCOTT,
All jiorsong not duly authorized are hereby forbid occupying
or removing guano from the above or any other island, kock or
hey lielongiug to the Compauy, as published in the New lork
Tribune, March 8th. 1S5W.
(Signed) A. O. BENSON,
2fi!i-284 President United States Guano Company.
S HACKFEy & E
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE,
u i i ix! r tr f
vy n v v i bm .
TO ARRIVE IN ALL SEPTEMBER.
OXS1STING OF A NEW ANOSPLEN-
did assortment of German, English aud French goods.
expressly selected for the
THE I'NOERSIGNEO REGS LEAVE
to state, that he has taken the shop formerly occupied
by G. Slders, and is ready to execute all orders in
hi line wilhneatn-rss and dispatch.
P. d. Particular attention paid to repsiring Sewing Machines
JAMES A. HOPPER,
219-am-2:!l-c2S:5 Kaahumanu street.
W. A. A LI) RICH,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise: Commission
Agrnt for the Sae of Sugar. Molases aud Coffee, and other
Island Proluce. Agent for the Lihte and MrrvaLr Plan
tat ox. Consignments of all kind of Island Produce
aolMted. Order for Merchandise promptly attended to.
Another Great Steamer. Messrs. R. Napier &.
Sons, of tligw. tfcotlaml. are now LuiMuig the
steamer S'-utiit, hie!i is inicn lej to be a consort for
the Persia, an l will, wheu finished, he the largest
merchant Meaiuship. nest to the Great Eastern,
(an. I cite .1-lriatie,) ia tue worlL Her length is
three hurvlrel ami mnetj-niv. feet ; ileetb, thirtv-three
anJ a h 'f reet; tons) bunlen four thousand ami fiftj.
The eogloe will be nomirinllj eight hamlre-l and
eighfj-inre iior-e power, but acruiHv a e;reat deal
more. Her hull is of iron, like the Persia, which
vessel she will exrei-. in ctpacifj Ly five hundred
tonsi. Scientific .Imeriean.
Mr. RrssFiL") Tetiwxy Mr. Iiussiell writes to
ISe London Timet oa the intolerance at the South."
He? ijs) "it loir be that the Northern States and
Northern sentiment are aa violent as those of the
Sontn. but I M-e some evi.lensi to the contrary.
For insr-itice. iti New York ladies and gentlemen
from the South are permitted b live at their favorite
hotel without molnl ition. and one hotel-keeper at
Sirfoea Spring's a Ivertises .ipenly for the cu-torn of
his Southern p-irron. In no city of the South which
I hive visited would a r arty of Northern people be
permitted to rem tin for an hour if the " citizens"
were aw re of their presence.
Haw the Rebel tli aboctIxtammj the Nobtii.
The Charles'too .Mercury iy: It Ls to be hope.1
that within a very ebort .pace of tune the array of
the I'otomac will be increa-cl to an extent th it will
render all edoris of the enemy futile beyond contin
gency, and enable our skillful generals Id Carey the
war across the border. In this latter point of view,
the vtr kintnent of so many fine wagons ami horses is
an ex eeding!y fortunate ctrcumst.ince, saving much
time and a great expenditure of money. When
Wah i net oa falN. and .Maryland is redeemed, let
Philadelphia prepare, for thia is a game of two coun
tries. Kichwosd. The Ftory that Richmond is strongly
fortified and fhst its approaches h ive been mined, is
entirely fabulous. There are no fortifications except
a few slight breastworks thrown op on the bank of
James River, below Rockets. On these works some
lX) free negroes are employed. Tbey command the
river, ami might be used to arret the transportation
of troops on the York River Riiiro:id. Whenever the
" Grand Army" c in destroy the rebel force at M tnas
", it can march with little or no interruption to
Richmond. The citizens of Richmond do not believe
the National troops will ever reach there; but so
strong is the Union sentiment, ahough now entirely
suppressed, snd so eiger are the friends of the L'nion
fr the triumphant advance of our army, thit a bril
liant illumination awaits its victorious tntri into the
Bombardment or Glveton. Texas. A special
dispatch to tne New Orleans Picayune says: " Oa
Saturday. 81 iosc. the blockading schooner Dart
exchaogel five or six shots with the batteries on Gal
veston Island, without damage to either side, the dis
tance being about two miles. This was intended as a
feeler, for on the following Monday the steamer South
Carolina tried her hind at it, and actually threw
shells into the city. Iuring the bombardment, a
large number of pec pie having collected on and near
the sand hiils. a little to the eastward of the bat
teries, to gratify their curiosity, a ehell fell among
them, apparently directed for that purpose, cutting
one mail in two, and, exploding, wounded three
others. This was all the harm that was done by this
first attempt to bombard the city. The firing con
tinned about half an hour. Some of the shells meas
ured ten inches in diameter, and most have been
thrown by a s:"v-eiht pounder, said to be the
steamer's pivot gu... A number of careful lookers-on
report that, with their glasses, they distinctly saw a
boat, or something like it. lowered over the side, as
she turned away, and this, as it is thought, to plug
or exjuoirs) a shot hole in Iter side."
ItOLLES Ai CO.,
Ship CrandUrs and Commision Merchant and Dealer in
General Merchandise. Lahaina. Maui. Whalers fut Ished
witt recruits at the shortest notice, in exchnge for gissla
or bJU. ?"!! i
McCOLf.AN & CAMPRKM,
MERCHANT TAILORS, on F rt Street, next door to OdJ i
Fellws Hall, between King and Hotel streets.
Cloch. Cassuncri s and Vesting alway on hand, and cloth- .
Ing IS tde up in the best style. -17 ly
JAMES A. BURDICK
IN REMOVING IIISBCSIXESS
to his new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade,
r(z 1 ft Fort street, takes this opportunity ol return
iir "g his sincere thanks to bis friend and the
public in general, for the support and patron
aire which thev have been pleased to grant
' him for the past tea year, and hopes that by attention to ousi-
nes and promptness in the execution of all order intrusted to
hin., he will merit a continuance of their f.ivors.
I He has on hand for sale upwards of 4UOO bbla. of Cmh
1 of all sorts and sizes, 1 7 5-1 y
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds.
1 i i UUOKS ASSORTED SIZES. WITH
ej VP f mouldings aud rnised panel.
60 Sash Doors, assorted sizes.
300 pair Window Sash, assorted sizes.
pair Blinds, with and without swivels. as d sizes.
Selected expresslv for this market, and foi sale low by
lo7-tf GEORGE G HOWE.
O II N It I
ALE and P MITER,
v ss o rv
IIOXOLl'Lr STEAM FLOUR MILE Co.
Pro-met its. O. F.JI DD, S. SAVIDGE, and C. II. LEWERSJ
DUDLEY C. BATES,
C O M M I S S I O X -M E R C II A X T
M err hit tit Street, Honolulu.
l. P. Jrnn, Purchasing Agent.
S. l-AViri;K, felling Acent.
.'. II. Lkwbrs 1 1 rasurer.
1. N. I'LITNER.
Continue hi old business in the tireprool building, Kaahuua
ChronomKers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit Instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. I'urticuUr attention given to fine
wafer I repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and ulinsted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hioid and for ale.
a i, i. a: -V ..v
SI CI i
i: e: i: n i b, i
K A W A I II A E. HAWAII.
Will eon. itr.e the General Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepar-d to furnish the
Justly celebrated Kawaihae Potat-ss. and such other r
cruit as :re requm-o by wrr.le ship at tin shortest notice,
ami on the nml reasonable terms. 21 S-lm
a. a. srANLKT
INCOLS .V STAM.I'.V,
ACCCVNTANTS AND CONVEYANCERS. Hovoli if.
S. B. AtrrKge adjusted. Protests -xten le,l, Ix-gal Document
ru.l, wita nett n-.. ari I di;i:tch; Cnnmercial Bo'ks
npenrl and riosr.1. an I Custom House P.r .keragedone; Ac
cou:iti mU up and Collections faithfully attended to.
l. C. W A TERM IXi CO..
COM V.syO.V MERC HA V TS.
Especial a tention paid to t.c- interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
tire furnishing of funds, purchase an 1 sale of Etchsni-e. Oil,
Bone. General M -rchaifiise. and the procuring of Freight
M-Virs. I-iAT Howl xt. Ja.. X Co.. New Bedford
W. G. E Popk, Esq.. do.
Moar.AM. Stone at Co., San Fnnc;co.
Mt Rt'Ea A: Mkrrill. do lOi-tf
liralir ia tlenernl .MerchinIic, IInnl Prwluce,
itC, and Commission .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Ililo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ship and other. The
highest price given (or Island Pn.luce.
Money advanced for Bills of Exchange :it reasonable rairs.
II ilo. February Cl. 'J40-lv
CSAS. a. B14HOP. WM. A. ALDBICH
IIISIIOP sSr CO..
In the east corner of "Makee's Block," on
Kaahonanu street, H t.i ilulu.
Draw Bills of Exchang on
Messrs Grisnell. Mistcbn i Co..
Hesbt A. Pieri . Es .
Messrs. Morgan. Srosic .t Co
Will receive dt.t. discount fSrst-cla-
attend vo collecting, etc.
busines pajr. and
Mutual Marine Insurance Company, j
SN FRANCISCO. J
tlMIE l'NIERSIGNEl HAVING KEEN
M appsiiiti-d Agents for the aliove company, beg leave to
inlorra the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
M A R INK INS I R A X V E POLICIES
on Cargo, F"re:ght and Treaurc.
Honolulu. Aug. 21, lsl. J74-Cm
II. H AChFELD li CO.
J. H. WOOIl,
Manufacturer, Impon.T ami Dealer in Ru and Sh of every
decnption. Shoe Finding. Pump, Sole, Rigging, Harness,
and Patent LeathtTS. Calf. Goat. Hog. and Buck Skin,
Trunks. Valises. Sparrir.g Gljves. Fcils. and Masks, Black
ing. Brushes. Hosiery, c. .Vc. Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort ami Merchant sts.. Honolulu. II. I. 1-tf
II. W. SEVERANCE,
Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant. Honolulu
Captain B. F. Snow,
Messrs. D. C. Watfrman Co.. -
Williams A: Haven.
Hfnrt A. Pkircf, -II.
W. SEVERANCE will continue th'
Ship ChardWy and
j FLORENS STAPENHORST.
: Agent for the Bremen an t I'res., n Bo:ird of Un ! rwriter. All
' avenge claims against the said Underwriters, immiii in
i r about this King loin, will have to be certirird before ii.ra.
II A M R I' R . 1 1 - II K E .M E N
FIRE INSURNCE COMPANY.
mllE CNOERSIGNEl). Agent of the above Com
ax pany. are prepared to insure risk against fire in and
For particular apply at the oflic
Hono.u'.u Oct. 11. 137.
Commission Business at the O'.d rtand. Every destnption oi
Ship Chandlery anil Merchandise- re'imp-d by Shipping, will be
kept on hand an.l for sale at low atc. 14?-:i
MELCIIERS .V CO., j
Importer nnl roiiimissjoii j
STONE STORE. KAAUI JIANU ST., CORNER MERCHANT, j
AGENTS FOR THE '
nAMBrRGH-BREMES FlBR I NSrRANCK Co. J
Pioneer Floi r Mills. San Francisco..
Sale of Asei.it A: BsinsarI'T's Salt BrEr,
Sale of Sfi.AR, MoLASst-s and Othkr Hawaiian Prom-ce.
Consignment respectfully soliciie.1, and all orders from the
ether island and abroad, promptly executed.
Gc.htav C. Melchkrs, J. D. Wickk, . A. S hefer,
Bremen. Honolulu. Honolulu.
THE BRITISH CLIPPER HARK
rriiomar Daniel !'
.1 1 AT LLOYD'S FOR 14 YEARS.
UrAS TO LEA VE LIVERPOOL I N J I' X E.
ith a carefully s-lected cargo a laptiti l -r this market,
including the usual assortments of new prin, and other
Ac, Ac, &c, Ac.
Samples of Prints and Dry Good, shortly cxpeotd.
STO-Hn J s Io . i.Kr r N A:
I Ia i:vis v .oiito.x,
(1oopers and dangers.
Corner of Rethel and Kins Streets,
FORT ST.. TWO DOOR? BELOW DR. JUDD'S DUUG STORE,
.- A R E NO W PR EPA RED 'I O EX- .-v.
y- ecute hII riers in their liu promptly and at f.,",
-.VU- reasonable rates. X)lL5i
Tliitnktul for past patronage, they confidently rely upon their
old customers for a continuance of their favors, and trust that
their endeavors to please, and extreme low rates of charges, will
iusure to them a fair share of business iu their line.
N. B. New and second htnd casks and shooks nlways on
baud, which they Will sell at the lowest market rates. 197293
Cabinet .Maker and Turner.
rjs.ll E OLD ST A NI. HOTEL STREET, NEAR
M the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and Tor sale. READY MADE FURNITURE, Koa
B .ards. Joist and llank: fe.lar. Black Walnut and Cherry
Bo.ir.ls: Ros--w.sl and Mahogany Vetiex-nng.
A larce ass.rtuieiit of Gilt Mouldinc, arid larce sizel Glass.
A vanetv of Rocking. Dining. Oltice and Children's Chair, j
Polished Collins on hand and ma. to order. I5S-ly
33. iS3XTO"VCr. j
HONOLI'LI', OAIII', II. I..
OFFERS FOR FOR SALE. AT THE LOW
lr MARKET BATES, the following assonm-nt oftner
Bay State Lanterns, boxes Glass.
MAPS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Bags Shot, boxes Needles, Measuring, Tapes,
SOLAR LAMP CHIMNEYS,
Iron Hoilsleail. One Cnbin Tnble.
lArge Compasses, Copp-r Pumps, Bt Compasses, Door Mat.
FAIRBANKS PLATFORM SCALES,
ANCHORS and CHAINS.
One sup. Patent Force l'uu-.p. Assorted Mi If Hardwar-.
Brand's Whaling Guns,
one Brown's Whaling Gun and Irons, one set iron strap
Cutting Block, with chain p-nclants. Mincing Machines. Boat
Anchor'. Irjn R.iw.ks. superior New P.e,if..rd W haletoats.
OIL CASKS AND SHOOKS.
n rae nusrlni'l Manila and Hemp Corriage.
Cut nc Falls.
Composition Sheathing Nail".
Composition Coppering Nails,
Keps Cut Nails.
C07-!f Arc. kc, fcc.
fflHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
M existing between the undersigned unilr the style of
" Ritson A: Hart'' is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
CHAS. F. HART.
Honolulu. July lt, Isbl. -7-3ra
shingle, warranted to cover luO (quare leet to
A new lot or the favorite cottage siding boards.
Pine clapboards, 12 feet long aud 7 inches wide extra thick
A small lot of panelled ceiling boards, J inch, a new and very
JVith an assortment of White and Cofd Paints.
loO-tf For sale by C. H. LEWERS.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, IILINDS.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
450 Doors, ail sizes and kinds.
200 Window Sash, all kinds,
100 U'ir Blinds, all sizes,
12 G ass Door and Blinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
138 tf C. H. LEWERS.
Dry Goods, etc., etc.
Fancy Print, new styles: white ground do do do.
Fancy and spot Swiss Muslin,
Muslin Robe and Morning Dresses.
White Shirtings, different qualities.
Black and Blue Cotton Velvets.
V bite and Drab Moleskins,
Plain Black Lustre Orleaus and Alpaccas.
W Int.- Cotton Drills,
Sujierior black and colored Alpaccas,
Blue figured Alpacca,
Black and colored Coburgs,
Superior Woolen Thibet,
Worsted Lasting, black, blue ami green,
S-4 bleached Table Damatk,
Colored Tabic Damask,
Assortment of fine Llr.er",
pup-no bla and blue EroaJcloth,
Superior blue twilled Flannel. Spanish stripe,
Superior white aud colored Flannel,
Oingham, new style.
White ami pink Bed Quilt.
White Welt and Quilting,
Brown and white Linen Turkish Towels,
un: i ii:i.si(jm;o
HAVE ON HANI) AND FOR
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONGST WHICH AKK
Fancy Prints of a great variety of style? and colora.
Indigo lilue Cottons,
A splendid assortment of Silk for dresse, latest style,
A small assortment of Silk Mantillas,
White Cambric Silk Handkerchiefs,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Blk and fig'd col'd silk Cravat. Tie and Handkerchiefs,
do do do Sewing Silk, do for Embroidery,
Assortment of Glove and Gauntlets, of kid, silk, buck and Lisle
Black silk Hat Ribbon, plain and fancy ailk Bonnet Ribbon,
Black Silk Umbrellas,
Superior black Crape.
Blue Pilot Reefing Jackets,
Black Alpaccas and cloth coats and sacks.
Black and blue cloth Pant,
Assortment of fine buckskin Pants,
Assortment of cotton Pants, white Marseille Vet,
Hickory Shirts, white cotton and fancy colored Shirt.
White cotton Shirt with linen and muslin bosom,
Scarlet ami blue flannel Shirts,
Silk and fine lambswool Undershirts,
Pink, white, brown, and fancy striped Undershirts,
Large assortment of cotton and silk Sock and Stockings,
Superior gray and white merino Sock aud Stockings,
Silk and cotton Elastic Suspenders,
Lasting Gaiters .
Black silk Hats,
Gent' brown and white Leghorn Hats, new styles, trimmed,
Gent' French felt Hat,
Ladies' aud children' Leghorn Hats, trimmed.
Supeiorr English Paddles, hogskin alt over, complete.
imitation hogskin seat paddles, complete.
Silver plated bitt and stirrups.
Iron tinned bill.
milE UNDERSIGNED WOULD HEREHT
A give notice to his customers, and the public generally, that
he is prepared to sell every description ot North West lumber in
quantity, or by small lots, as cheap or cheaper than any other
person in the market. In other words, he wants to sell, and
won't be beaten. fl9l-tf) C. II. LEW ERS.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDING
on these Inlands, shoubl not tail to send a sul of G. II.
ISlirtiesx' View ( Honolulu to their friends abroad,
as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place- than any work or prints ever pub
lished. To be had of E. BURGESS,
J I -V-C2V.! Fort street
Butter ! Butter !
THE UNDERSIGNED HERE-
w ith inform their customers, and the public in
general, that, having sueceedei' in making ar
rangements f r the regular supply of FRESH
KEALIA BUTTER from E. Krull's dairy, acknowledge.! as the
best butter on the islands, we are now prepared to furuih con
stantly this article. fjll-tf) T. MoSSMAN Je SON.
k oiVi k ii.i:i:; ess"
-.THE UNDERSIGNED EX-
yi) licet to receive by the brig
44 QnUWHMPP ?
From Hambure:, due in the course of next month.
Six full blood Xejretti Merino Rani-,
Four full blood Negretti .Merino Ewes.
The animals are f the highest German breed, selected with
the greatest care, and the most costly ever imiorted in thi
country, with a view to improve the breed on these i'lands.
Part of them have been engaged already, and tl r re only a
few ft to di-poe of. Parties wishing to secure them, will
please apply early to
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER k STAPENHORST.
Honolulu, Aug. 22 I. lSol ;74-3ra
Liquors, Wines, etc.
Superior Holland Gin, in Baskets,
do do do cases,
do Port and Sherry Wine, in case.
Bbls Byas' Ale, in quarts and pints
Chalons, S. M.
Swiss Cheese, Weatphalia nam", English Pie Fruits,
Jams and Pickle, whole Black Pepper, Chocolate,
Superior Enellsh Mustard in tb bottles.
Stearin candles. In boxes 26 ths each,
Liverpool yellow and salt water Soap.
Cutlery, Hardware, etc.
Superior pen and pocket Knives and Scissors,
tailors' pocket Knives,
Cocoa handle Sheath Knives.
Tailors' Thimbles, plated Thimble.
Needle, darning needle, blk and plated pin,
Superior Razors in boxes.
Iron tinned Saucepan.
THIS SPLENDID ENTIRE
lioRSE was e;ctetl in San Francisco, by
Mr. T. Cummins, is f.-om Kentucky, from the
celebrated Medoc' stiick. is six years old.
Will stand at Waimanalo. Koolaupok".
apply to JOHN A. CUMMINS.
II O rV O TJ I I
Steam Biscuit Bakerv.
Crockery and Glassware.
Ewers and basin
Sugar and Butter Bowls,
Covered vegetable Dishe, Goblet.
Cut Claret Glaises,
Cut Sherry Glasses.
Best Russia Cordage,
;en Engiish boiled Linseed Oil in iron cases.
JtouMe hook and thimble.
Best English White Lead,
Pari and Chrome Green,
XT The undersigned is authorized to settle all the afTairs of
the late firm, and will continue the business at the old "tand on
his own aceo-mt JOHN RITSOV
rfjlHE U NDE RS I G N ED WOULD RFS
1 p-ctfully inform his fri n!s and the public generally thsl,
the Honolulu Stf-am Biscuit Bakery being now iD full operatifsn.
he is prepared to furnish Pilot and Navy P.r' ail, Water Crack
ers and oth-r rtescri pt i. .ns of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition
Parti, s furnishing their own fiour for ship bread, will hav
lade up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders from th? other islands promptlv attended to .
TT Order m Hon-'lul'i f-r shipping to be l-ft with Messrs.
XViIcot. Riehnr V Co . Q-ieen Sire?.
Printing Ppr. Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Gilt edged Foolscap Paper. Envelopes,
Superior Steel IVns. Lead Pencil". Port-monnaies,
Calf Skins, Ivory and Turtle Shell Combs,
Hair Brushes. Tooth and Nail Brushes,
Gennine Luhin's Extract, Hair oil, fancy Toilet Soap,
Linen Thread, Water's Spool Cotton,
Mother-of-pearl Buttons, bone and metal Buttons.
Violir Strings, Ostrich Feathers, English Playing Cards,
Silver plated candle sticks with glass shades,
Blue, scarlet and gray Woolen Blanket.
Sujtrior white Woo ten Summer Blankets,
Gilt framed Looking Glasses, Copy Book',
Large Mirrors with marbie plate,
Artificial Flowers Wreath, C
Fine Regalia Cigars,
Janion, Green & Co.
., i Minus ill ii ! 7 1 in m .. r mi ,t. Si,-.. - "77. "'I..... '--
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yfllow I'rinU
White ground Muslins, small patterns,
" niisiiura 4
Brilliants small and medium patterns.
Black and White ta? chrvk Muslins,
Plain TurW lied Cloth,
White Cotton Drills,
A great rarioty of Cotton Trowserings,
Plaiu Black Silk!
Fancy figured Silk,
Piu-e Bilk HandktrchleN,
Embroidered illk figured Alpaca.,
Fine black Alpaca,
Black and colored figured Lustre.
Plain colored Lustre,
Superfine black and blu CloU,
Superfine black Caaalmcre,
Plain blue flaOMl,
Common black aud blue Cloth,
Black and fancy Doeskin and mixed TrowMrlnga
White Blanket, all ilzes,
Blue Blankets, all site.
Scarlet Blanket, all altci,
Common Blanket, for horse cloth,
Brussels and vslvet CarpeUng,
Huckaback Towel and Toweling,
Plain white and fancy Linen Drill,
Clothing, Shirt, Shoe, Vc.
Black Cloth Pants, best Pilot Jackets, common do..
Blue serge Shirts of all qualities.
Woollen Undershirts, worsted Stocking. ,
White Shirts, assorted; Regatta Shirt.
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
Ladies Riding Hats, Oxford tie Shoes,
Children's Boots and Shoes, Crimean Boots,
Sup. cotton half hose, embr. cotton Ovcrshirts.
Brown Soap, Pickle, Pie Fruits, Sauce, Mustard, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuit, Olive, Caper, Jam,
Caudies, candied Peel, Bloater Paste, table Halt, Carrie Powder,
BiiAon: t 33 -a. :
Currant, Blue, Starch, Marking Ink, Seidllt Powder.
Best English Saddles, common do., I'ellon Rug,
Boiled Linseed Oil, cotton Umbrella, Silk Umbre'J,
Hughes 5t Jones' Perfumery,
Musk, Essence of sandal Wood, Windsor Soap,
Sarsaparilla, neat Tub, Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron,
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, assorted; Boiler Plate, Iron Safe, Craw Bar,
Tin Plate, IC and LX, bright Iron Wire, Sheet Lead.
Sets Sugar Pans,
Noble k Hoare' assorted Varnishes,
ROSK ELL'S WATCHES, gold and ilver.
Bottled Al aud Porter, various brands.
Draught Ale in hhds.,
Martell's Brandy, in qr. casks.
Hennessy's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Otard's Brandy, in qr. casks.
Common Brandy, in qr. casks.
Cases GiDger Brandy,
Cases Scotch Whisky,
Cs Royal Highland Whisky,
Cases Old Tom Gin,
Cases Glenlivet Whisky,
The celebrated PALE ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Duff Gordon Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sandeman's Port,
Cases Champagne, Forestier Fils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Margaux,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
Earthen v are.
White Granite Dinner sets.
White Granite Tea sets.
Dishes, Plates, Jugs. Mugs,
Metal covered Jugs,
Breakfast Cups and Saucers,
Ewers and BasinB, Cover Dishes,
Yellow Nappies, Teapots,
N. B. This Earthenware, is now open, and is
offered in lots to suit families, at unprecedented
ly low rates, to close shipments.