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From the landlord, from the carrier,
From the man who taxes letters
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The Coronation of the Czari
The correspondent of the London Times describes
the ceremony which has consecrated the Czar's power
in the eyes of so many millions of his subjects. It
was performed with rare precision and success, and
with a magnificence to Avliich no historical pageant
can claim superiority. The following extracts from
one of the correspondent's letters will interest our
THE BANQUETING HALL.
Let us enter th-3 banqueting hall. Surely here are
the riches of the world ! Such a glare of gold plate,
uch a wild profusion of goblets, vases, cups, salvers,
heaped on the walls of this glittering room ! This is
the Granovitaya 1'alata, the hall of the ancient Tsars
(for so the Russians spell the word in French.)
Can it be described ? Assuredly not by the pen, nor
by the pencil of any artist but one who can dip his
brush in the hues of the rainbow. The low many
arched roof of the hall is sustained by a huge square
pillar in the center, round which is placed a plat
form with receding ledges to the height of nine or ten
feet, each ledge groaning with ancient vases and
dishes in gold and silver. Some of these are of the
quaintest form and most curious workmanship
models of old castles and palaces, strange animals,
battle pieces, birds craftily worked in past centu
ries by forgotten descendants of Tubal Cain, and each
a museum in itself. On the right hand of the hall,
on entering, there is a buffet, which seems crushed
beneath the masses of gold vessels upon it, each a
study, but enriched abuve all by the grand eup from
Benvenuto s own hand, lor which Russia, paid the
sum of 10,000. On the left there is an cstraie tor
the orchestra and for the singers, among whom are
Lablache, Dumeric, Bosio, Calzolari, and Tagliafico.
It is covered with cramoisied purple velvet, with gold
fringes and borders. The imperial throne is placed
at the end of the room, opposite the buffet on the
right hand side.
THE E.MFEROR IN SIGHT.
Now the Imperial dais comes in sight, and the
Emperor himself presents himself to the people, not
amid cheers, but loud shrill cries Avhich overpower
the tolling of the bells, the crash of arms, and the
loud nourishes of drums and trumpet which rise all
around us. Before him march two priests with a
gold basin full of holy water, w hich an archbishop
sprinkles profusely on the scarlet cloth. The dais is
upheld by general officers, assisted by colonels of
regiments of the rank of general major. His Majesty,
who is attired in military uuSrm, is followed Xy his
ministry and aid-de-camp generals, and immediately
behind him walks the Commandant of the Chevalier
Garde, with his naked sword in his hand and his
helmet on his head. The Emperor, who possesses a
fine, erect, and stately figure, marched with a meas
ured stride, and bowed right and left as he passed
down the estrade. The Empress followed behind him,
under the same dais, with thirteen ladies of honor
around her, and her appearance was the signal for
repeated outbursts of cheering. A platoon of the
Chevalier Gardes followed the dais, and after them
came a member of each family of the liMi Rnim
nobility three and three. The flourishing of trumpets,
the strains of the numerous bands, the cheers of the
people, the measured hurra3 of the soldiery, the roll
of drums, the clang of bells, deafened the ears and
almost overwhelmed the senses. The metropolitans
of Moscow and Novgorod, who had previously blessed
and watered the Imperial Ensign, stood at the door
of the Cathedral of the Assumption, ami as their
Majesties approached, the former presented the Holy
Rood to kiss, which they did most reverently, and the
latter sprinkled them with holy water.
Vt'e are now inside the cathedral with them, and
are about to witness a ceremony instinct with mean
ing and fall of sacred solemnity to the mind of the
unsophisticated Russian. The Empress Dowager and
the Imperial family have already entered the "church
and taken their places on the platform around thn
thrones. Amid the ringing of bells and the shouts of
the populace the young Emperor and his bride reach
the entrance of the church. And now they detach
themselves from the crowd of officials nhnnr thPm on.l
passing along the gorgeous screen that separates the
caaucel troin the church, they fall on their knees be
fore the images of the saintskiss with fervent rever
ence the sacred relics, and oner up silent prayers to
Heaven. And now the Emperor, followed bv hi
bride, mounts the platform of the throne, and reneats
from a book delivered to him by the Archbishop ot
Moscow tne couicssion or ins Lnnstian laith. He
- then receives the benediction of the Archbishop, and
suddenly the choir, which has hitherto preserved
silence, burst out in psalms and praises to God, and
the holy building vibrates with the ring of their har
monious voices. There is no note of organ nor sound
of other instruments. The singers, admirably organ
ized, and chanting with astonishing power and pre
cision, need no support ; the plaintive soprano voices
of the boys rise clear and distinct above the deep
tones of the rirdi hicar3 find the nhnnoil Kormi-mv
solemn and affecting, throbs through the holv build
But already the Imperial mantle of silver and
craiine, richly studded with gems, is in the hands of
the archbishop, who proceeds to clasp it round the
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snouiuers iu ixm xu.uesiv. iext ioiiows tne great
crown, which is placed by the same hands on the
Imperial head, reverently bent to receive it ; and the
ppter and elobe are tlien delivered to His Majesty
who, invested with these royal insignia, seats himself
Ur-O I HO t.UlTret uuivv.v . "
meek yet dignified air, and falls on her knees before
the Embroil His Majesty, luting the crown from
his own Lea
ad touches with it tnat 01 uie jmpre,
seats it on his own brow. A lesser crown
the signal for the whole Imperial family, with the
foreign princes, to approach and congratulate t.ieir
Majesties, and nothing can be more touching than
There is scarcely a dry eve among the masses
crowded in the church, while the feeble frame of the
Empress-Mother totters with outstretches arms to
ward the Imperial son, and passionately clasps and
holds him in a long embrace ; and tears and snnk-s
mingle together as the little Grand Dukes are seen to
clamber up to the side of their father and uncle, who
lias to stoop low in order to reach the little faces
which ask to be kissed. Kut the mo;it important and
solemn part of the ceremony has now to be performed,
and there is a general stillness in the church as the
Emperor descends from his throne and proceeds to the
entrance of the chancel. He is met there by the
Archbishop of Moscow, who holds in lil- hands the
sacred vessel which contains the holy oil. Stretching
f i'-th his right hand, the venerable father takes a
oIdCn branch, with which, having dipped " K1 tJK
oricCcratcd oil, he anoints the forehead, eyelids,
nostrils, ears, hands and breast of the impe1"1 I.lu
nouncing the solemn words 44 Impressio doni piritus
Stncti." The act is done, and Russian cy iook
with awe upon the Anointed of God, the Delegate ol
of His power, the High Priest of His Church, at once
Emperor and Patriarch, consecrated and instated in
the high temporal and spiritual offio?. A sJ ot
cannons, the brav of trumpets, the roll of drums,
announce the completion of the sacred act to the cars
of those who arc without the church and cannot wit
ness it. . .
Meanwhile the Empress conies forward and is in
like manner anointed by the Arclibishop, but o the
forehead onlv. Then the Emperor and Empress, the
one on the richt hand, the other on the left, of the
presiding Archbishops of Moscow, St. Petersburg and
Novgorod, receive the holy sacrament ; to the Empe
ror, as the chosen servant privileged by Heaven, it is
administered in the two kinds, the Empress receiving
only the sacramental bread, which is partaken of by
all members of the Russian Church. Once more the
choir burst out in full jubilant chorus, and their
Majesties once more mount the platform on the throne,
and stand erect while the Mass is intoned by the
priests and the responses are intoned by the choir.
The holy service being conclude'!, the Emperor steps
from the throne, bows riirht and left to the great
dignitaries of the State, to the prelates, to the reprc
rentatives of the foreign powers, and then leaves the
church by the northern gate, accompanied by his
splendid retinue, and followed at a short distance by
The throne room, in which the banquet takes place,
has been already described. The Emperor sits with
the Empress Mother on his right hand, and the
young Empress on his left. The great dignitaries of
State advance, bearing silver dishes, which they
place before the Imperial trio, who commence their
renast. The bod'- of the room is occupied by the
members of the first and second classes of Russian
nobility, who, standing in their places at the tables
prepared for them, wait until the Imperial family
have concluded then repast, betore they sit down to
the banquet in store for them. The Diplomatic Corps
stands in-front of the Imperial table. Suddenly His
Majesty calls for wine, and this is the signal for all
foreigners and these who do not take part in the ban
quet to withdraw. The Imperial banquet concludes
the ceremonies of the coronation day, and, judging by
the worn and exhausted looks of their Imperial Majes
ties, human nature could scarcely bear the fatigue of
At the first toast, to the health of the Emperor,
the artillery fire 31 guns ; to the Empresses, each 31
guns ; to the Imperial house, 31 guns ; to the clergy
and all faithful subjects, only 21 guns. It was nearly
four o'clock before the banquet was over, and their
Majesties retired to take some repose
In the evening all Moscow was illuminated, but as
tne patience oi your reaucrs is cxnausieu, nnu an
illuminations are pretty much alike, I must defer
1 i.l i Ml i . T .
what I nave to say about tnem tut next post, it is
sufficient to say that the city was a blaze of light,
that the streets were thronged to suffocation, that
carriages could not pass through the thorough fires,
that the heat, and dust, and smoke were intolerable,
and the English Embassy was very finely illuminated.
The Czar has signalized the d;iy of his coronation
by publishing a most important ukase, wmch con
tains an amnesty, and lays the foundation lor great
reforms. The following points are containd in it :
A civic and military medal for all who took part,
directly or indirectly, in the Avar. Freedom from
military service for four j:ears throughout the Empire.
A most equitable assessment of the poll-tax. The
Emperor accords an amnesty to the political ofienders
of 182G and 1831. All the Jews of the Empire are
freed from the special burdens of the recruitment that
still oppressed them. The children of soldiers that
were brought up by the State and as such formed
part hitherto of the army, in which they were bound
to serve as soldiers, are all restored to their relations
Remedy for Smut in Wheat. Dr. Steele pub
ishes, in the New York Country Gentlemen, that
soaking wheat intended for seed in a solution of
Chloride of Lime, is an effectual remedy for smut in
wheat. The Dr. has made a series of experiments,
from which he infers:
1. That wheat-seed infected with smut produces
plants, the grain of which is filled with a. similar
2. That the presence of the smut or fungus is inju
rious to the straw, as well as destructive of the grain.
3. That steeping the infected seed in a saturated
solution of Glauber's salts, and sprinkling it with
quick-lime, has but little effect in preventing smut in
the future plants.
4. That steeping the infected seed in a solution of
chloride of lime, is nearly a specific in preventing
smut in the future plants, and very much more
effectual for this purpose than the steep of Glauber's
salts, so highly praised by a French commission.
The chloride ot lime has, during a few years past,
been used as a wheat-steep by several farmers in dif
ferent districts, and with the same satisfactory
The solution used is made by mixing one pound of
chloride of lime in one gallon of water, (soft,) stir
ring frequently with a stick, or something wooden,
for two hours, or till dissolved. Put the gram to be
steeped into a large quantity of water, stir frequently
and remove all the grain that swim. Pour off the
water and add to the seed enough of the chloride of
lime solution to cover it. Allow it to remain two
hours, and then dry it with sand, mould, lime or
other powder. The solution poured off may be used
again and again, or while it lasts.
The Printer's Tex Commandments. 1. Thou shalt
love the printer for he is the standard of thy coun
2. Thou shalt subscribe for his paper for he seek
eth much to obtain the news, of which ye may not
3. Thou shalt pay him for his paper forhelabereth
hard to give ye the news in due season.
4. Thou shalt advertise that he may be able to
give ye the paper. -
5. Thou shalt not visit him, regardless of his office
rules deranging the papers. "
G. Thou shalt not touch anything that will "give
the printer trouble that he may not hold thee
7. Thou shalt not read themannscrint in the hands
of the compositor for he will hold thee blameful.
8. Thou shalt not seek the news before it is printed
for he will give it to yen in due time.
9. Thou shalt not ask him but few questions of
things in "the ofnee from it thou shalt tell nothing.
10. Thou shall not send abusive and threatening
letters to the editor. Exchange,
is then brought, which the imperor places on me
head of the Empress, where it is properly adjusted by
"vr;cr.oaa nfthft Robes, and His Majesty having
OFFERS FOR. SALE, P MERCHANDISE
received by late arrivals Irom the United fctates, the fol
lowing named articles :
Muslin de Laines, Taney Lawns, xurKey nwuumz,
White andCgrey Blanktts, Madras Hdkfs
WHITE WOOL SJI1UTS,
WHITE WOOL DRAWER,
FANCY CALICO SHIRTS,
liRO. DRILL DRAWERS,
WHITE DRILL DRAWER,
STUll'ED WOOL SHIRTS,
WOMEN'S COTTON HUSK,
GREY WOOLEN SHIRTS,
( REV" WOOL DRAWERS,
LIN EN C 1 i EC K S II 1 1 ITS,
RED FLANNEL SHIRTS,
DU E FLANNEL SHIRTS,
RED FLANNEL DRAWERS.
C;it steel hoes,
Tin'd fry pans,
Sauce pans, ass'd.
I Jars ass'd iron,
Casks sad irons,
Enamel blk & drab cloth, fnrtn wen, nrass spurs,
Rein web, silver spurs, girth buckles, bridles, horse brushes
Hog skia saddles, fancy saddle cloths, stirrup irons.
Ass'd paint brushes,
Sheaths & belts.
Preserved green gages, yellow bank tobacco,
Split peas, table salt, loaf, crushed and grauulated sugar,
Tickles, tomato ketchup, No, 1. soap,
Mustard, ground pepper, lemon syrup, China rice,
S. I. sugar, S. I. coll'ee, chemical olive soap.
Baltimore cane scat chairs,
Cane seat oak chairs,
Children's rocking chairs,
; Children's ami chairs,
Children's willow chairs,
Oval cane seat chairs,
BOOTS Sc SHOES.
Heavy calf loots, Heavy brogans,
Tump solo do Womens shoes,
VJES & Liai'OUS.
Sicily Madeira Wine, Rochelle Brandy,
DulT Gordon sherry, l!ourlon Whiskey,
Old Amontilado Sherry, Monongahela Whiskey,Am.Brandy,
WOLF'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
LONGJFORTIPS SPARKLING CATAWBA WINE,
" DRY " "
Manila Cheroots, -No. 2, toy pails, Diniond spittoons,
Cabks cement, wheelbarrows, wine giasses, hand carts,
Blacking, goblets, horse baskets, cedar chums,
French pillows, red precipitate, sets crockery,
Guyaquil hats, French bedsteads, wool carpeting,
Hair pillows, iron bedsteads, blk silk hats, leather pillows,
Curry combs, silk parasols, lanterns, tumblers,
Scrub brushes, carpet bags, ierfumcry, oil cloths,
Pump chains, solar lamps, horse cards, yellow metal nails,
Side lamps, cattle cards, slates, gunny bags, ox bows,
Wood bottles, -J & 3 hoop pails, corn brooms,
Barrel covers, deck buckets.
1 SHIP'S CABOOSE,
LACKAWANNA STEAMBOAT COAL,
WE WAG ORNAMENTAL TIME PIECES,
1 Extra Carriage (with seat for driver,)
2 TOP BUGGIES?;
1 OPEN BUGGY,
DYER'S 1 1 K A LING EMBROCATION.
ONE SUGAR MILL, COMPLETE.
ARGO OF BARQUE "AVERY," 3 SO
tons per register, one year old, sailed from Liverpool May
24th. A complete assortment of STAPLE and FANCY DRY
GOODS,- selected expressly fer this market iu Loadon, Manches
ter, Glasgow and Paris.
An assortment of English GROCERIES of the best quality.
EARTHEN WARE, HOLLOW-WARE AND SADDLERY.
A large assortment of HARDWARE of superior quality,
amongst which are
Superior garden spades, garden rollers, sheet lead,
Warranted anvils, sledge hammers, steeled crowbars,
Hose nails, cut nails, cut tacks, cooper's rivets,
Brass headed nails, tin plates, best Chillington hoop iron,
Iron wire, composition sheathing nails, ,
Copper tacks, boot nails,
Large and small iron gates with iron pillar?,
Tools of all kinds, wheel barrows, coffee mills,
Table knives and forks, carvers, steels, spoons,
Electro plated spoons, a cask of assorted lamps.
Als a long list, but few of each, of small articles and KNICK
KNACKS often enquired for, but too numerous to particularise.
Assorted packages of them will be sold at a small advance.
Faint. Oils ami Varuimlics.
Anchor and Chain.
Alsop's India Ale, (warrantee a. j..;
Byass' do do
Meakim's do do
Pinu3 do do
Barclay 5: Perkins' stout
Geneva, Old Tom gin. Scotch whiskey, port wine,
Sherry wine, best brandy, medium brandy,
Sherry in quarter casks, champagne, Bucellas.
Hops, Finn Bricks, Steam Coal,
Blacksmith's Coal, Slates.
All of which will bo sold to arrive, in large parcels at the very
lowest advance on home prices. ('J-tQ ROBERT C. J ANION.
5ER FRANCES PALMER, FROM SAX
FR AN CISCO. For sale at low rates :
CLOTHING AXD DRY GOODS.
Sup blk Cassimere Pants, assorted French Pants,
Sup ass'd plain sattinett Pants, plaid Cassimere do
Ass'd Jean and French cottonade Pants,
Ass't of white and fancy colored Shirts,
A few doz fine white and Jenny land Shirts,
Ass'd calico fig'd shirts, check linen do, Jumpers,
French blouses, blue Denims, pes Silk, Pongee Hdkfs,
PAS AM A HATS, &c, &c
13-tf. Von HOLT & IIEUCK.
SALT ! SALT ! SALT !
THE PUULOA SALT WORKS.
For sale by the undersigned in any quantity, delivered in bulk
alongside the wharf or vessel in Honolulu, very superior Puuloa
Salt, at the rate of
Sixteen Dollars per Ton.
The proprietor having greatly improved his salt works, he is
now prepared to furnish better salt, in larger quantities, and
with greater dispatch than has hitherto been done at the Sand
Purchasers here and abroad, who wish to procure the best salt
inanufactared in the Pacific, will do well to enquire for, and also
to assure themselves, that they receive the real Puuloa salt.
Orders to any amount executed with dispatch.
Apidv to DAN XJL.U JU UN TU 'JJ rJK V.
Puuloa Salt Works.
rilllE UNDERSIGNED, formerly doing business op
JL nosite the Custom House, would inform the public, that
he ha3 taken the stand lately occupied by Capt. Brown, near
the ice house, where he would be happy to receive then orders.
Thankful for past favors, he hopes to merit a continuance of the
same. July 1, 6m iiiwx bmhii.
CI A RRIAGE SHOP. T lift Snh
Mr. Jacobs, will hereafter carry on the
Wheelwright .Business at the old stand.
adjoining the Police station All orders for repairs of Carriages,
Wagons or Carts will be promptly attended to. Orders solicited
and charges moderate. (13-3m) It. E. WAKEMAN.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
fiALF SEWED (CUSTOM-MADE) BOOTS,
Hy vriceST; Ladies' patent leather nuskms, Sl.To; Misses
tipped Gaiters, Nos. 11, 12 and 13 87J eta ; India rubber
over-shoes, $1; boys' goat lirogans, irom to $1.50; wo
mens' goat pegired Brogans, si. i or saie oy
13-tf II. DI1I0ND.
ON HAND Sc FOR SALE
BY TnE UNDERSIGNED, Fancy Biscuits, Queen's ami Pic
nic cakes, in tins of 25 lbs. each Sardines a l'huile. in half
poxes, English Mustard, m pounu ana half pound botUes, Soap
u vaaes oi oo ios. eacn.
July 1, 1-tf TON HOLT & IIEUCK.
JUST RECEIVED per bark AVERY, and forsale by
the undersigned. Blk. and Colored Silk Canes, real ThrH
Lace, and a large assortment of Dress Trimmings, Ladies' and
1" tf G. CLARK, Hotel Street.
EST WELCH STEAM COAL, for sale by
Julyl. l-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
T RON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and children's
M. . Sugar Mills, Copying Presses, Coffin Furniture, Brassware
vuu o aoois, jLfoor scraper &c. sc., ior sale by
JJ h l-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
India Satin, Corah Hdkfs, Chrome orange rruus, green uo,
Fancy prints, blue Drills, blue Flannel, orange fcheetmir,
KaMii-.i-ta ,n-n Shoptintrs. Irish Linen, Swiss mull checks,
JVX I S C S Ii I. .A I J E O U S
THE ELECTRO CHEMICAL
OF DH. BOXRITE,
SOUTH-EAST CURA.lt yi
and Commercial Streets, opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel,
San Francisco, are effecting the most extraorainarj ctuw ui
Fever and Arue, Intermitlent and other tever?, Jaunuice, ins-
eases of the Livtr, Kidneys, tne ueniuu aim liumij 'c""i
Sexual Disorders, Paralysis, Neuralgia, including lie Doloreux,
Stiff Joints, and aiv also employed with astonishing success in
DISEASES OF THE EYE.
Also, .ill Tndolent Fleers. Tumors. Svell:ri"3. AbcesiPS. Cancer
of the Womb, all other affections of the Womb, and Cancerous
Affections generally, and Scrofula. These Baths seem to be
Nature's own chosen medium for effecting cures where all other
means would fail without them : and irove bevond the nossibilit v
of doubt, to all who take them, the iniquity of Medical practice
which poisons the human system ly aitnunistonng to it calomel,
sirscnic. lead. zinc. iron, antimonv. ouinine. iodide of uotassa.
and a whole host of deadly drusrs which remain in the system,
and are EXTIt ACTED 15V THESE BATHS.
During nearly fifteen years I have never civen even a solitary
dose of oil or salts, much less any POISONOUS I'ltUOS, or
herbs, and have NEVEll seen a case in which they were requisite
if Water Treatment was employed. When will the people cease
to be such simidctons as to hire men to POISON and BLEED
them, while they also retain mi their statute Iook3 laws against
poisoning, maiming, and bleeding CATTLE? Are the members
of the human family less worthy of protection than animals ? I
assert iu the face of this entire State and the world at large, that
mere never was, is noi now, ana never will Le, a case m winch
PIONEER WATER CURE INSTITUTE,
Soutli-rasl corner of Sansome nnl Commer
cial Street., opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel;
WATER CURE PHYSICIAN,
Having every facility for the scientific administration of Water
reatment, offers the advantages of this natural, rational, and
most ellieacious 1110.10 ot curing uiseases, 10 invalids, 111 euuer
acute or chronic staires of suffering, and especially to those labor
ing under the RUINOUS EFFECTS OF CALOMEL, and Drug
There are no nauseous or poisonous medicines to swallow or
pay lor, 5XS lr. liUl HAJ-i noes 110c aunnnister any wnatever, nor
bleed, cup or leech ; so it is not only the BEST but CHEAPEST
system for restoration to health.
IIEIVRIT M. WIIITxEY
AS ON HAND, AND FOR SALE,
an extensive collection of Miscellaneous Books, compris-
ns about 5000 volumes, a part of which will be found in the fol-
owing catalogue :
Abbott on Shipping and Insurance,
Abbott's Young Christian, 12mo.
Accordeon Instructor (paper cover),
JEsop's Fables, (miniature volume),
Africa and America, 12mo, cloth, .
Ablott's History of Napoleon, 2 vols.
Allison's " of Europe (abridged, 1 vol.),
Alderbrooke a tale (2 vols, gilt),
Allison's History of Europe, 3 vols.,
" " " (2nd series, 4 vols.)
" Principles of taste, Bailey's Algebra,
Algebra, Dodd's, Davies' Bourdon do,
" Davies' Elementary,
Allen's Domestic Animals,' Alphabet books for children,
Albums, ladies' illustrate
American Missionary Memorial,
M Biographical Sketch Book,
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Farm Book (Allen's), do Poultry Yard,
" t lorist's Guide, do lirst Class Rook,
" Institutions, do Poultry Book (paper cover),
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Annual of Scientific Discovery, 1851-2-3,
Andrew's Latin and English Lexicon,
Ancient Geography with Atlas,
Andrew's Hawaiian Grammar,
Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene,
Anthou's Latin Lexicon, Anecdotes of Am. Clergymen,
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Art of Tanning and Lurrying;
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Arnott's Elements of Physics,
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Bancroft's History of the United States, 5 vols.
Baxter's Call, Baird's Classical Manual,
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Bartlett's Acoustics and Optics,
" Philosophy of Mechanics,
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Bartlett on Fevers, Bagster's Family Bible,
Beach's American Practice of Medicine,
Bennett on the Uterus, Benjamin's Architecture,
Beck on Infant Therapeutics,
Bingham's Sandwich Islands,
Biography, Cyclopedia of
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Bliss' Geography and Analysis,
Blair and Burke, (min. edition),
Blake's 1st Book in Astronomy, do Scripture Readings,
Book of the Corner, (Leigh Hunt),
Boswell's Johnson, 2 vols., Boweu's Virgil,
Book of the Ocean, or Life on the Sea, (60 Musts.)
Boj-er's French Dictionary, Book of the Colonies,
Book-Keeping, (Mayhews) with Blauks,
Book of the Feet, Brown's Greek Classical Literature,
Brown's Roman Classical Literature,
Brook's Universal Gazeteer,
Brand's Encyclopedia of Domestic Economy,
Brewster's Optics, Brown's English Grammer,
Brass Band Music, Bulwer and Forbes on Water Cure,
Burns' Complete Works, 4 vols.,
Bunyan's Pilgrim' Progress (min. edition),
" " " (illustrated),
Budd on the Liver, Builder's Guide,
Burrill's Law Dictionary, Byron's Works (sheep),
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California, illustrated 7vo. edition,
and Sandwich Islands,
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Choice Extracts of Literature,
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Cheever's Island World of the Pacific,
" Sandwich Islands, Childe Harold, (Byron),
Cliristmas Tribute, Tables for Chemical Analysis,
Christ a Friend, Chemistry for Students,
Chemistry of Four Seasons,
Churchill's Diseases of Women, do do of Children,
" Puerperal Fevers,
Chamber's Cyclopedia of English Literature, 2 vols.,
Inftrmation for the People,
Chemistry of Country Life, Claridge 011 the Water Cure,
- Cleveland's Voyages in the Pacific,
Clarke's Lectures to Young Men,
Clymer on Fevers,
Climate and Diseases of Sandwich Island?,
Classical Dictionary, Anthon's
44 44 Lampriere's
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Conquest of Canada, 2 vols.,
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" Digestion and Diet,
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Colurabat on Females, Oliver's Conveyancing
Comprehensive Commentary, , . -
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IV! I S C E L L A 2ST E O U S .
minisiereu 10 me tuman system, oi m nmvu uieeuuig, cm mi
or lpfrliin?- was rpmiirp.l ; and further, that hundri-rtj r.f
1 . 11 . .V,,..l. on ill-timrwt t . . ""1
.remature graves through an ill-timed or over-aj
. Let the people ponder on these things, and if"(v,
(eluded victims of medical rascality desire health. T
e lonor of one man at least, that I willsoemr.
salts or oil.
poor and del
pledge me uoiiw oi one man i ieu?i, mii, x M"lSOemrl,.
OUS med'eine, I will so arouse the powers of their systems thai
if there be any strength left they shah speedily get perfectly wtj
in body, with minds so expanded to the perception of nature
philosophy, as thereafter to cause them to set their faces against
all professional rogues or fools, and awake them -to a-knowitjl
of the evils of entrusting their own vital interest to the keq k
others whose interest must ever be antagonistic to their own.
Address, by letter or personally, DR. BOURNE, Water Cure
Physician, s'ansome Street, opposite St. Nicholas Hut!, San
Francisco, importer into this State of the FIRST and ONLY
apparatus for giving these delightful and beneficial Electnv
Chemical Baths, and whose experience in their use warrants him
in speaking of them in the terms he employs. They require pvat
caution in administering them, and Dr. Bourne never eutruu
that duty to others, thus avoiding all danger.
TT So many lying and forged certificates, and TRETEXDEI)
editorial recommendation are published, that those trmhrui
statements of facts which Dr. Bourne could offer, are withJuM
rather than any should suppose they were merely g.t up." '
HP Consultations without charge, and charges very moderate
for the benefits conferred.
O- QUICK CURE -SURE CURE (if curable) U
jtto of Dr. BOURNE.
HP In Chronic or Acute Rheumatism, Diarrhoea, Py."pepiia
Fever and Ague, Isthmus Fever, A LL Nervous and Sexual dis
orders in fact, in all cases, the WATER CURE is of UNEQf L
Apply personally, or address by letter, as above.
HP PARTICULAR NOTICE. Jj
The " Russian," Digger Indian ! Turkish, or Egyptian " Steam
Baths," the invention of barbaric minds with all their EVIL
CONSEQUENCES to Weak Lungs, Palpitating Hearts, and de
bilitated Digestive and Nutritive Organs, are NOT Water Cure,
and bear no more relation to that glorious system than does a
horse to a red herring, notwithstanding all the false representa
tions to that effect. Dr. BOURNE is the Pioneer and only Water
Cure Physician on the Pacific Cor st, and is daily demonstrati-iy
his skill in his art with the higher t success curing those whoui
the medical fraternity had placed almost beyond the confines of
hope ; such being the general character of the cases demanding
and receiving relief at his hands. Let them continue tocorao
and be HEALED and converted, to this wiser and better wav.
JTAIYSO;?, BOD & CO.,
CORNER OF BATTERY AND CLAY
STREETS, have now in store and landing, a large stock of
FALL DRY GOODS and CLOTHING, consisting in part of
200 bales brown Drills and Sheetings,
250 44 Cotton Duck, from No. 000 to No. 10,
100 44 twilled and plain wide Duck,
50 44 blue, white, gray and scarlet Blankets,
20 44 mixed, white, scarlet and opera Flannels,
10 cases plain and figured De Laines,
20 44 Merriuiac, Pacific and Sprague Pritits,
5 44 French Merinos and CoburgS, " r
5 44 plain and figured Alpaccas and Persians,
10 44 cases Satinets and Cassimeres,
10 44 Tweeds and Kentucky Jeans,
5 ' 44 Mantillas, Cloaks and. Visettes,
1000 plaiu, figured and plaid Shawls,
1000 doz. wove and knit Wool Socks,
500 44 mixed Flannel Overshirts,
500 44 merino Undershirts and Drawers,
250 44 cassimere, satinet ami Pants,
250 44 Overalls and Jumpers,
250 44 hickory and check Shirts,
100 bales Batts and Wadding,
And a large and well selected stock of Fa.ncy jmh! Dress Good,
which they offer low at their new stand, corner Clay and Battery
Streets, San Francisco. 13-30
SCHOOL BOOKS ! !
UST RECEIVED PER "MESSENGER
BIRD " from lioston.
1000 Tarker's Primers,
500 do. Word Builders,
100 do. First Reader,
100 Price's Se lling Book,
250 Montcith's First Lessons in Geography,
200 do. Manual of do.
100 McNally's Geography,
100 Durie's Primary Arithmetic,
50 Parker's Juvenile Philosophy,
20 do. First Lessons in Pliilosophy,
Clark's Elements of Drawing.
Lardner's Steam Engine,
Fulton & Eastman's Book Keeping',
Juvenile Choir by Bradbury,
Lectures on Arts and Sciences,
Plymouth Coll. Hymns and Tunes,
Silliman's Travels in Europe, 2 vols.
II. M. WI1ITNET.
MIR CXI)ERSICEn II AS JUST
received, and is now niwniiiir uir.t ;.. ,.f nfficfl
Stationery, consisting in part of:
Sotts fine acct books, Portfolios with and without !
All kinds & sizes Mem looks. Bankpr ra..a A- n-niw of all
Tuck mem books every variety., sizes ami variety.
ixg xxks an size, Pencil leads,
Ruled and unruled cap paper, Slate Fencils,
" " letter pajer,ScaJing wax several varieties,
rancy, plain, & ruled note pa per, Brass iens for red ink,
Broad and narrow bill paier, Round & flat ebony & mahog
ucu ana wnite Wotting paper,
Post Office envelope ier,
Blue laid document naix-r.
injr I uiers,
Letter Clips bronze, gilt & boai
Printed & blank receipt books,
Tin paper cutters,
Red lead pencils,
Drawing " several kinds,
Letter copyinsr lo.ks.
Inkstands patent screw tops, 4; Desk Blotter?.
several other kinds. l$oxwoo,l sand boxes,
Ink black, blue, red, carmine,Tbsue paper of all colors,
copying and indelible, Port monaies a variety,
Stetl pens, including Hunts,Invoice fiJ-s,
Hinks and Y ells, Damascus, Morocco cigar cases,
Alhata, & a dozen other var.Gummed labels,
Envelopes a great variety, Marking brushes,
Wafers fancy and common, Bill hooks,
Penholders a great variety, Cards of every variety,
Boxes water colors, School copy books many kind-S
Ivory and cocoa handled erasers Cargo book3 printed,
Red Tape, ThU copying brushes,
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Ivory & boxwood letter stamps,Shipping papers,
Gummed Lawyer's seals, Nautical almanacs 1S57,
Round & flat paper weights, Thermometers of various sizes
Wrapping paper of all varietics,India rubber bands for filing P
Drawing paper imperial & royal, pers,
Enameled paper assorted colors, Boxwood and Metal wafer stands.
Gold balance for Am. coin,
Nov. 12, (20-tf) . H. M. WHITNEY-
"""TIIE OLD WINE AND SPIRIT STORE,
OPPOSITE THE CUST03I HOUSE, under 3tr
A. P. Everett's Auction room. ,
HENRY ROBINSON bpsr fn rail the attention of his friends V1
thc public generally, to his large and complete stock of Wto
Ales, and Liquors, which are all of the best quality, and wb"
he will sell at a very small advance on the cost price.
BRAND 1' in hlids., Martells dark.
" " 44 Pale, very fine.
44 in quarter casks.
" " kegs.
GIN in pipes, (Swan Brand.)
44 44 cases, genuine hollands
SHERRY & PORT WIXES just received by
AGNES GARLAND, line wines bottled in London.
ALE PORTER in pints and quarts.
44 Barrels of Draught Ale. , . hi
CLARET, Champagne, llock, Sauterne sind other lSn
LIQUEURS. Absynth, Cherry Cordial, old Jamaica
MONONGAHELA and Bourbon County whiskey,17
old and fine. , . . Honolulu, July h 1-B
WORKS ON THE SANDWICH ISLATJ,
"H3ATES TRAVELS IN THE SANDWlC
JO ISLANDS, finely illustrated.
Bingham's History of do. do.
Cheever's Island World of the Pacific.
44 Travels in the Sandwich Islands.
Jarves' Scenes and Scenery in do. do.
For sale by - - HENRY M. WHITNEY,
13-40 : Post-Office Builaf
crude mercury, quinine, arsenic, lead, zinc, iron i,,.-
, Iodine, or any other POISON, should have been, or bea7
NATURE'S AUt.cibt oi uoo;l oou, Air, rure Water, EXo
cie, Clothing, the Electro-Chemical Baths, and the SleepiV -Ji
aKlllK I1UUI?, milt w uiHui p.iivi.ic ui a i. iiud