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XT I S C S Xm X. il U E O J S .
rgiHE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SAL.E
ji the baUjic of the cargoes of the Am. ships JOIIX GIL
t'lX and WASHIXGTOX ALLSTOX, lately arrived from
f. iston, consisting iu part as follows i
Cases Print?, Fancy do., do Muslins, do Denims,
do ticking, bales hrown drilling, cases b!ue drilling,
do pant stuff, bales blue print, cases Nankin pant cord,
do cassimeres, do white cotton, do corset jeans,
do sewing cotton blue and white, do hickory skirts,
do suspenders, do seersucker coats, do linen thread,
Bales lasting, do Eng. white linen drill, do Navy duck,
Fris'i linen, bales stripes, do blanket, caes umbrellas,
Bales gunny bags, cas'-'S palm leaf hats,
do orange cotton, woolen stockings, mixed do,
. Fancy shirts, carpet binding.
Casos men's goat brogan.,
do women's leather buskins, do native women s shoe?,
do men's patent brogans, do calf do,
do fixed gaiters, do men's thick boots, do super calf boots,
Kiggiog leather, pump lo.
Cases pepper sauce, do Lng Mustard,
do tomato ketchup, lo oyster?, capers,
do assorted herbs, do green peas, do sausages,
do IoV'--t.Ts, do pickles,
do tobacco, chemical olive soap,
I Soxes No. 1, brown soap, do white soap,
Cases sweet oil, cranberry sauce,
Slacking, tea, ba'xs pepjer.
NkuiI St orr, Paint, etc..
Cases spirits turpentine, kegs black paint,
dj mineral red, cases verdigris,
do blk varnish, copal varnish,
do chrome green.
Cases copper rivits, hoop iron, assorted sizes,
Handles nail rods, copper tacks,
C;ws handled axes, iron and brass wire seives,
CotTee mills, assorted cutlery, assorted tin ware,
Uiggers screens, sad iron?,
Casks lanterns, shovels, iron jwjts,
Till loeks, pad locks, etc. "
Cases colo-rn, cases matches,
Uoxes glass SxlO, 9x12, 9x13, 10x12, 10x14.
Krams wrapping paper, nests tubs,
H.:ls cork, bbls lamps, bbls tumblers,
Crates mugs, pitchers, cases axe helves,
Uaskets, nests reelers, boat kegs.
ctts painted chamber furniture, single bedsteads,
Common wood seat chairs, office chairs, arm chairs,
l'arlor chairs, bar-room chairs, French sofas,
Hair mattresses, double and single, willow carriages,
Willow chairs, door mats.
.Lumber, Shiiilcw, &c
5'J M. feet spruce boards, planed and jointed,
70 do do pine do different qualities,
75 do shaved cedar shingl:s, 20 do spruce clapboards,
o do pine, o0 do pine laths.
200 pr sash, SxlO, 9x12, 9x13, 10x12, 10x14,
100 doors assorted sizes and thicknesses, 50 blind doors,
1 tolls wire fence,
2 drays complete with harness, hand carts, wheelbarrows,
Yellow Metal, Nnil, .Sic.
Cs yellow metal, 10 oz, IS oz, 20 oz, 22 oz, 24 oz, 20 oz, 23 oz
Kegs composition nails, 1 inch, li inch, li inch,
do sheathing nails, 2i inch, 2i inch,
C. BREWER, 2d,
C0Vj- 5-t.f Fort Street.
finilE UNDEI1SIGXE1) HAS RECEIVED
JL and keeps constantly on hand a large and desirable stock or i
Lumber, which he offers low for cash, viz :
1 in planed pine boards different qualities,
1 do do do do clear,
1, 1J, li, 2 iu clear pine dimension plank,
in planed boards for sheathing,
1, 1, 1?, hard pine plank for heading,
1 in Oregon boards,
2 and 3 in Oregon plank
2 in spruce plank,
Pine and spruce clapboards,
Am cedar shaved shingles,
California do do
3, 4V, 4xG in hard pine plank for ships' water-ways and rails,
A large assortment of joists of all sues
rickets, spruce and pine clear pickets,
Window sash 8x10, 8x12, 9x13, 10x12, 10x14,
Doors assorted sizes,
The above Lumber will be sold at the lowest market rates,
and in lots to suit purchasers. C BREWER, 2i,
eo 5 tf. Fort Street
Family Grocery Store.
HE 31 O S T SELECT AXD V A R I ED
Stock of Groceries to be found in Honolulu is at Savidge k
May's, where officers of vessels, and the public generally will
find goods suitable for their requirements.
Smoked Beef, Tomato Catsup,
Smoked Herrings, Pepper Sauce,
Sugar Cured Tongues, Salad Oil,
Preserved Meats, Wins Vinegar,
.Preserved Vegetables, Malt, do.
Soups, Cider, do.
Oysters. Fresh Butter,
Fresh Salmon, Fresh Flour,
Anchovies in Oil, Italian paste,
Anchovies in Salt, Tapioca,
English Tickles, Pearl Sago,
Bott.ed Fruits, Corn Starch,
Assorted Jams, Carolina Rice,
Freuch Capers, Split Peas,
French Olives, White Beans,
Spanish Olives, Fresh Corn,
French Green Peaa, Fine Salt,
Green Tea, dried Basil,
Oolong do. Mint,
Raw Coffees, Marjoram,
Raw Sugars, " Nutmegs,
Loaf do. Cinnamon,
Crushed do. Cloves,
Fine Currants In Jars, Allspice,
Raisins, Sperm Candles,
Citron Peel, Salcratus,
Dried Apples, Matches,
French Plums, Bath Brushes,
- French Apricots, Polar Oil,
Plums in Syrup, . 3Ianila Cheroot,
Durham Mustanl, Tobacco.
French do "Water Crackcra,
Black Pepper, Tea Biscuits, ,
Dried Tarsely, Pic Nic do.
Savory, 'VVine do. .
Thyme, Abernthy do.
JJT Very Superior Coffyc Roasted and ground In suitable tins
fur sliips use. 23-tf
NEW GOODS FOR SALE,
lO ARRIVE PER 'RADUCA," FROM
BOSTON: - - , .
Bales brown Drills, do blue do, - -
t.ases Jlerrimae, '2, blue Prints, canary Prints,
" Pink Prints, bales Slatervillo Denims,
Cases blue Cottons, do Blenched Sheeting,
Bales Ticks, do brown sheetings,
Bolt3 Duck, No. 1, -1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8,
Cases Deuim Frocks and Pants,
44 Striped Shirts, do Warren Denims,
Boxes and half-boxes M- R. Raisins,
Cases asst'd Crackers, kitts No. 1 Mackerel,
Kitts Tongues and Sounds, qr. boxes Cod Fish,
Quarter hoxes Salt-water Soap, kegs Nails,
Cases Spirits Turpentine, do loiled Linseed Oil,
44 Conways 44 Rose-bud" Tobacco.
44 Men's thick Boots, do do Brogans,
Bbls. Hickman's Old Bourbon Whiskey,
44 Monongahela do, kegs No. 1 and pur Lead,
Kegs extra do, cases and tins black Paint,
Cans of English green do, do Putty,
Cases Hickory Shirts,
44 men's sewed calf, goat, leather, calf pegged, leather do
and gaiter Brogans, do goat pump do,
Men's red, black and blue Slippers, do calf sewed Boots.
Jus," received, ex Vaquero, kegs pure extra No. 1 White Lead.
cWf J. C. SPALDING.
NCIIORS. . CHAINS. LITMBr.R. A "V n
Cranberries for sale by the arent of the II ;id son's bn Pn
jast received ex Brigantiue Recovery ;
2 Anchors, .
10 M. ft. ass'd Lumber,
260 bbls. Salmon,
SO hlf. bbls. Cranberrie?, .
Which will be sold in lot3 to suit purchasers. 24-tf.
COFFEE I COFFEE I 2 COFFEE 12 I
' T ; , ' . . .
BW. FIELD, Agent for the sale of Coffee from Tit-
comb's Plantation . would inform the traders that he is
constantly receiving Coffee cf the very best quality, from
Titecmb's Plantation at Hanalei, which he offers for Stile. 21t-
TUST RECEIVED 200 bbls. Liverpool Salt for sale by
V W. F. ALLEN,
.o-tf " . 1 Corner Queen and Kaah-imanu Sts
JUST. RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
the undersigned. Boxes and half boxes Raisins, Zante
Currants, Carolina Rice, Sago, Soft Shell Almonds,-Pea Nuts,
very superior Chewing Tobacco. . - '
July l,lS56-tf. ' T. MOSSMAN & SON.
ENGLISH, French, German, and Chinese silks. " The most
JA2J complete assortment ever offered. For sale bv "
July 1, 1-tf
ROBERT C J ANION.
NO T I C E. COUNTRY DEALERS AND
Masters cf Ships wanting cash bargains would do well to
fpply to " (4-tf.) J 0ILN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
7rASTS OF ALL SIZES, FOR SALE BY
V II. UACKFJGLD & CO.
SHIP CHANDLER AND IMPORTER,
KEEPS COXSTAXTLY ON HAND HARD
WARE. Crockerv. W hale Line, Casks, Preserved Meats,
and every article of Ship Chandlery required by Whale ships
and other vessels.
Ship Ciiausllery. Craft. &:c.
Anchors, Chain Cables, Hawsers, Anchor Shackles
Chain and Topsail Sheet Shackles, Windlass Nippers and
Brakes, Ships Canibooses and Coppers.
Extra Stove linings and Orates, Russia Iron Bake Pan3.
Small Cabin Stoves, Boat Boards Masts and Timbers.
Oars, Boat Hooks and Anchors, Boat Cutting and Head
Spades, Harpoons, Gig Irons, Lances, Lance poles.
Spade Poles, Graius, Gaffs, Pikes, Rowlocks.
Composition Gudgeons, Boat Corks, Can and Sister Hooks.
Hooks and Thimbles, Open and Welded Thimbles.
Dead Eyes, Bui's Eyes, Leading Trucks, Ships Scrapers.
Leaning, Boarding, Boat and Blublter Knives.
Mincing Knives, for Mincing Machines.
Pitch and Try Pots, Cro tf Bars, (steel pointed)
Boat Ruffs and Clinch";, Fog Horns, Deck Lights.
Hardware & Tools
Side Lights, Caulking Irons, Marlinspikes, Hand-spikes.
Handcuffs, Rigging Screws, Rigcing and Pump Leather.
Boat Hatchets, Saw Sets, Patent Sasv Sets,
Plane Irons, Long and Short Jointers.
Double and Single Fore Planes, Match, Bead k Plow Planes
Cut box Fillister Planes, Sash and Coping Planes.
Grecian Ovelos, llandshws, C. a. bucksaws.
Compass Saws, Wood Saws, dodo framed.
Hunt's C. S. Handled Axes, Broad and Narrow Axes.
Axe Hatchets, Broad Hatchets, Nail Hammers C. S. strap'd
Nail Hammers Adze eye, Tack Hammers C. L.
Coppering Hammers, Briirht Saddlers do Drawing Knives
Blocks, Pat. Bushed, Double, Single, Davit & Cat do.
Iron Strapped Blocks, Iron Hoops, Mast do.
Bushed Sheaves Iron, do Lignum viuc.
Jib, Fly Jib and Stay-Sail Hanks, Hand Pumps.
Copper Oil Pumps, Upper and Lower Pump Boxes.
Chain Punches, Top Mauls, Bright & Black Screw Wrenches.
Bench k Hand Vices, Finner, Mortice, and Socket Chisels.
Firmer k Mortice Gouges, Large & Small Pincers.
Drawing Knives, Compasses, Screw Drivers.
Braces & Bits, Ausjer & Center Bits, Eng. Augers.
Spike, Nail, & Rutting Cimblets, Wood & Iron Spokeshaves.
Steel & Try Squares, Plumbs & Levels. Slicing Bevels.
Mortice Guaees. Box Wood Rules, (four folds).
Board Measure, Box Wood Rules, Box Wood Calliper Rules,
Fine Ivory Rules, Grindstones, Sand Paper.
Grindstone Cranks, (with rollers complete).
Oil Stones, Whetstones, Riflestones, Sandstones.
Sanded-Wood Rifles, Axe, Auger & Chisel Handles.
Brass Butt, Stop, & Key'd Cocks, Pat. Molasses Gates.
Eng. Steelyards, Improved Spring Balances.
Slf Shutting Gate Hinges, Horse Fleams, Halter Chains.
Brad, Belt, Pegging & Sewing Awls, Cod & Fish Hooks.
Gun Flints, Drop & Buck Shot, Bullet Moulds.
Cannon & Cannister Powder, Powder Flasks.
Percussion Caps, Shot Pouches.
Ebony & Boxwood Pricker Pads, Sail Hooks k Trickers.
Bed Keys, B-d stead Screws, Charcoal Furnaces.
Pat. Smoothing Irons, (self heating), Sad Irons & Stands.
Fat. "save all" candlesticks, Brass Binnacle Lamps.
Solar side Lamps, Glass Lamps.
Britannia Swing & Stand Lamps, Brass Swing & Biu'cla do
Large Signal Lanterns, Copper Guard.
Globe do do do
Cone do do do
Tin Lamp Feeders, Cotton Wicking, Solar Wicks.
Chalk Lines, Chalk Line Reels, Cotton Clothes Lines.
Clothes Line Hooks, Brass Lamp Hooks, do Cabin do.
Brass Knobs, do Buttons, do Rack Pullica & roller ends com.
do Sash Fasteners,, do Socket Bolts, do Barrel do.
Iron Barrel Brass Neck bolts, do straight do do
Brass Flat do Brass Padlocks, do Chest Locks, Iron do do
Iron Padlocks, Box Locks, Rim Dead Locks.
Chain Spring bolts, Iron & Copper tacks.
Finishing and Floor Nails, Finishing Brads.
Ceiling, Boat, Clinch, Timber, Lap and Wood end Nails.
Foot Nails, Cut do assorted, "Wrought do do.
Wrought Spikes, Eng. Scupper Nails, Am. do do.
Composition Sheathing Nails, do do Coppering do.
Brass Gimlet Screws. Iron do do. do Wire, Brass do k Butts,
Iron Butts, Iron Gate Hiuees, Composition Strap Hinges.
Blind Fasts and Hinges, Backd Hand Table Hinges.
Hand Bells (all sizes), Sheet Lead, Brick Trowels.
C. S. Shovels and Garden Hoc?, do Rakes and Spades.
Ruffs and Clinches (for hose), Brass Curtain Rings.
Flat and half round Bastard Files, Cabinet Rasps.
Four square, Rat tail, Pit Saw, and Taper Saw Files.
Half round Wood and Iron Rasps, Log Slates.
Slate Pencils, Log and Account Books.
Memorandum, Pass, and Cargo Books.
Fine Buck and Cocoa Carvers. Table ami Butcher Stee
Butcher Knives. Table Knives and Forks.Razors.
Sheath, Jack, and Shoe Knives, do Nippers.
Razor Hones and Straps, Lather and Hair Brushes.
Dressing Combs, Fine Ivory Tooth do, Fine Scissors & Shears.
Glaziers Diamonds, Sign Gold Leaf. Suwarrow Spurs.
German harps, Steel Pens, Penholders, Letter & Bill Paper.
Account Sales Paper, Black Ink in buttles, do in bbls.
Camel's Hair Pencils, Sash Tools.
Marking, Paint, Whitewash, Dust, Scrub, Floor, Tar, Shoe,
and Horse Brushes, Horse Mane Combs, Currs Combs.
Birch and Corn Enwrns, Cocoa Broom Stuff.
Paint, oils & Naval Stoves.
I'rorinioii, & Cabin Stores.
Carpenter' Cooper's Tools.
IVautleal Instruments. &c.
Slops & Genteel Clothing. Jy 1-tf
G. I. JUDD, AT THE CORXER OF FORT
and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diseases of all kinds, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Drugs and Medicines of the best
quality. He sells also
Arsenic, striehnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate,
Oxalic acid, St. Ignasius beans, nux vomica, opium,
Prussic acid, alcohol.
Musk, extract musk, colegne, lavender water,
Windsor, honey and other soaps.
31 ieella neons. -
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac,
Writing and marking ink, Sands sarsaparilla,
. Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention.
D Easily found when wanted. 6-tf.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT, comprising the
following variety :
Crates containing white Granite Tlatcs (soup and dining)
Do. do. Breakfast do., do. do. Soup iureens,
Blue do. do., white do. Sugar Bowls,
Bo. do. Covered Butter Bishes, do. do. Chambers',
" " Hdld. Coffee Cups, Barrington Pitchers,
Toilet sets, complete, white Granite Bakers,
Bo. do. Dishes, assorted sizes, "
Yellow Iron-stone Nappies, extra large size,
Cut and pressed Tumblers and Wine Glasses, Gobleta,
Britannia and plated Tea and Coffee Pots,
Mutrs, quart, pint, and half-pint Bowls,
For sale low by (U-tf) J. C. SPALDINO.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, 2 large Mahogany
Sidewards, very superior, 1 smaller one, do. do., Chest of
Drawers Mahotrany, Bureaus do., Toilette Stands do., and Rose
wood, Card Tables, do., Arm Chairs, Rocking do., Heavy Rose
wood Extension do., Parlor Chairs of various patterns, Mirroi'3
different sizes, Hat and Umbrella Stands, Cottage and Horizon
tal Pianofortes of celebrated Makers. Also a splendid assort
ment of new pattern llouscpaper with border.
July 1, 1-tf VON HOLT & HEUCK.
7JOTICE.-ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
Jl.nI HENRY MACFARLANE, of the Commercial Hotel at
Honolulu, and the Commercial Billiard Saloos ami Res
taurant at Lahaina, are hereby notified to make payment, to
the undersigned ; and all persons who have claims on the aVave
named HENRY MACFARLANE, are requested to present
accounts to the undersigned duly apiointed asents for the
settlement of his affairs. A. P. EVERETT, -
TOTICE-THE UNDERSIGXED HAVING
disposed of his lat Business to Messrs. WILSON & COL
BURN, and feeling confident they will give entire satisfaction to
those who may entrust them with their interests, would solicit
for them a continuance of the favors so liberally bestowed upon
him. B. F. B0LLES.
Lahaina, June 7, 1S5G.
ISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. -
The Copartnership heretofore existing under the Styli of
ROTjL.ES &. CO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All business connected with said firm will be settled bv B. F.
BOLLES. B. F. BOLLES.
Lahaina, June 7,-tf.
COPARTNERSHIP. THE UNDER
SIGNED have this day formed a Copartnership for the
purpose of transacting a Ship Chandlery and General Commis
sion Business under the name and style of WILSON
CO LB URN.
On the old premises of B. F. BOLLES & CO.
June 7,185G.-tf. JOHN F. COLBCRN.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE,
CARGO OF CILPPER BARK AVERY
128 days from Liverpool, consisting of every description of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Saddlery,
Liquors, Ship Chandlery, kc, usually imported.
Best old fashioned English yellow soap,
Splendid genuine bottled ale and porter,
A few barrels real Martell brandy,
Port and Sherry wine, of different qualities,
Scotch whisky, Bucellos, slates, anchors and chains,
Assorted iron, best hoop iron, sheet lead.
Large and small iron gates and gate posts,
5 garden rollers, 5 iron wheelbarrows, kc, kc.
ROBERT C. J ANION.
Honolulu, Oct. I, 1S3G. 14-tf
JUST RECEIVED per " Agnes Garland," from Tuke,
Iloldsworth & Co., London, a small quantity of Genuine
Port, in bottles, of the same quality as that sold by Dr. Smyth
last year, and at a very reduced price
2-tf H0FFSCII LAGER & STAFEN1I0R3T.
fl A. M. CEDAR SHINGLES. 40 M.
lP VF feet 1 inch White Pine Boards. SO 31. feet 1 inch
tongued and grooved Flooring. . Sash and Panel Doors, all sizes.
Window gashes acd Blinds of assorted sizes. For sale by
S-tf. - i ' II. I1ACKFELD & O
3EI S C 231. Zi AIJU O U S .
15. W. FIELD,
OFFERS FOR SALE, OF MERCHANDISE
received by lata arrivals from the Uidted States, the fol
lowing named articles :
Muslin de Laines, Fancy Lawns, Turkey Red Chintz,
India Satin, Corah Hdkfs, Chrome crange Prints, green do,
Fancy prints, blue Drills, blue Flannel, orange Sheeting,
Sattinets, green Sheetings, Irish Linen, Swiss mull checks,
White aud grey Blankets, Madras Hikfs.
WHITE WOOL SHIRTS,
WHITE WOOL DRAWERS,
FANCY CALICO SHIRTS,
BRO. BRILL DRAWERS,
WHITE DRILL DRAWERS,
STRIPED WOOL SHIRTS,
WOMEN'S COTTON HOSE,
GREY WOOLEN SHIRTS,
GREY WOOL DRAWERS,
LINEN CHECK SHIRTS,
CASSIM ERE PANTS,
RED FLANNEL SHIRTS,
BLUE FLANNEL SHIRTS,
RED FLANNEL DRAWERS.
Cast steel hoes,
. Counter scales,
Bars ass'd iron,
Casks sad irons,
Tin'd fry pans,
Sauce pans, as3d.
Enamel blk & drab cloth, girth web, brass spurs,
Rein web, silver spurs, girth buckles, bridles, horse brushes
Hog skin saddles, fancy saddle cloths, stirrup iron a.
Ass'd paint brushes,
Sheaths & belts.
Preserved green gages, yellow bank tobacco,
Split peas, table salt, loaf, crushed and granulated sugar,
l'iclik'S, tomato ketchup, Xo, 1. soap,
Mustard, ground pepper, lemon syrup, China rice,
S. L sugar, S. I. coffee, chemical olive soap.
Baltimore cane seat chairs,
Cane seat oak chairs,
Children's rocking chairs,
Children's arm chairs,
Children's willow cbaird,
Oval cane seat chair,
BOOTS & SHOES.
Heavy calf boots, Heavy brogans,
l'ump sole do . "Woincns fahocs,
WINES Sc LIQUORS.
Sicily Madeira VViue, Rochelle Brandy,
Buff Gordon sherry, Bourbon "Whiskey,
Old Amontilado Sherry, Monongahela Whiskey, Am.Brandy,"
WOLF'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCIIXArrS,
LOXGJrORTirS SPARKHXG CATAWBA WIXE,
Manila Cheroots, No. 2, toy pails, Bimond spittoons,
Casks cement, w heelbarrows, wine glasses, hand carts,
Blacking, goblets, horse baskets, cedar churns,
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, perfumery, oil cloths,
Pump chains, solar lamps, horse cards, yellow metal nails,
Side lamps, cattle cards, slate, gunny bags, ox bows,
Wood bottles, 2 k 3 hoop pails, com 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 BUG CUES,
1 OPEN Bl'GGY,
I) YER'S 1 1 KA LIN G EMBROCATION.
OXE SUGAR MILL, COMTLETE
ARGO OP BARftl'E "AVERY,"
tons per register, one year old, sailed from Liverpool May
24th. A complete assortment of STAPLE and iami inn.
GOODS, selected expressly for this market in London, Munches
tcr. Glasgow iiud Paris.
An assortment of English GROCERIES of the best quality.
EARTHENWARE, IIOLLOW-WARE AND SADDLERY.
A large assortment of HARDWARE of superior quality,
amongst which are
Sujerior gaplcn spade?, garden rollers, sheet lead,
Warranted anvils, sledge hammers, steeled crowbars,
Hose nails, cut nails, cut tacks, cooler'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 pillar3,
Tools of all kinds, wheel barrows, coffee mills,
Table knives and forks, carvers, steels, sjHjons,
Electro plated spoons, a cask of assorted lamps.
Also a long list, but few of each, of small articles and KNICK
KNACKS often enquired for, but tor numerous to particularise.
Assorted packages of them will be sold at a small advance.
Paint. Oil nxi.-l VsiriiisUe.
Anchor mill CJinius.
Alsop's India Ale, (warranted A. 1.)
Byass' do do
Mcakim's do do
Pinus do do
Barclay & Perkins' stout
Geneva, Old Tom gin, Scotch whiskey, port wine,
Sherry wine, best brandy, medium brandy,
Sherry in quarter casks, champagne, Bucellas.
Hops, Firg Bricks, Steam Coal,
Blacksmith's Coal, Slates.
All of which will be sol 1 to arrive, in large parcels at the vciy
lowest advance on homo prices. (9-tf) ROBERT C. J ANION.
PER FRANCES PALMER, FR03I SAN
FRANCISCO. For sale at low rates :
CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS.
Sup blk Cas-imere 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 Liud Shirts,
Ass'd calico lig'd shirts, check linen do, Jumpers,
French blouses, blue Denims, pes Silk, Pongee Hdkfs,
PANAMA HATS, kc, kc.
13-tf. Von HOLT & HEUCK.
SAIr ! SA1F! SAIJT!
THE rUULOA SAIjT WORKS,
For sale bv the undersigned in any quantity, delivered in bulk
alongside the wharf or vessel in Honolulu, very superior Puuloa
fcalt, at the rata of
Sixteen Dollars per Ton.
The proprietor having greatly improved his salt works, lie is
now prepared to furnish better salt, in larger quantities, and
witli greater dispatch than ha3 hitherto been done at the Sand
Purchasers here and abroad, who wish to procure the best salt
manufactured in the Pacific, will do well to enquire for, and also
to assure themselves, mat tney receive the real Puuloa salt.
Orders to any amount executed with dispatch.
Apply to DANIEL MONTGOMERY.
Puuloa Salt Worka.
3 lyr Sandwich Islands.
OR SALE B THE UNDERSIGNED
Cotton duck Nos. 1 to 10; anchors and chains,
Russia and Manila cordage, li to 7 inch-,
Beef and pork; medium bread; butter in kegs;
Towlines; bbls salted tongues; cases preserved meats;
Cases preserved green peas; cases preserved green corn;
Cases assorted sauces; cases assorted English pie fruits:
Cases assorted English pickles; cases claret wine;
Cases olive oil; cutting falls;
Cases men's goat brogans; cases men'3 calf brogans;
Cases women's shoes; denim pants and frocks;
Hardware of all kinds; crockery of all kinds;
Glassware and cutlery; groceries of all description?;
Dupont's powder in 1 lb cans;
Cane and wood seat chairs, various patterns;
Bales monkey jackets; bales thick pants;
Bales blankets; roil3 Brussells and tapestry carpets;
Ships' cambooses and cabin stoves;
Tea; coffee; sugar; assorted spices;
Bbls New England rum,") r
Cases Martell Brandy, In Bond
Bbls pure spirit,
Half pipes gin, J .
Boat anchors; whaling gear; blocks, assorted sizes;
Cora and hickory brooms; bales wrapping paper;
Boxes chocolate; hair, paint and whitewash brushes;
Thin clothing of all kinds;
And a variety of articles adapted to the retail trade.
Bales denims; tlue drills; saddlery, assort ed.
20-tf ' J. C. SPALDING
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CALF SEWED (CUSTOM-MADE) BOOTS,
price S7; Ladies' patent leather Buskins, 21.75: 3Iisses'
tipped Gaiters, Nos. 11, 12 and 13 8"i cts ; India rubber
over-shoes, $1; boys' goat Brogans, from $1.25 to $1.50; wo
mens' goat pegged Brogans, $1. For sale by
13-tf - 11. DIAIOND.
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and children's
Sugar 3Iiils, Copying Presses, Coffin Furniture, Brassware
Chests of Toole, Door Scrapers &c. &c, for sale by
Jy 1 1-tf ROBERT C J ANION. .
From our extra edition cf Friday last, Jan. 20.
TWO WEEKS LATER
FR03I CALIFORNIA AND THE U. S.
LARGE ARRIVALS OF GOLD THE TELEGRAril BETWEEN
EUROrE AND AMERICA.
Tbe ships James Baincs and Lightning had ar
rived at Liverpool with a million and live hundred
thousand pounds in specie. In connection therewith
nnd with the absence of further withdrawals from
the bank, the limes anticipates an early return to j
the rate of six per cent ; but says much will depend J
cn the next advices from China and India. )
The bank returns for the week show considerable
increase in bullion and iu unemployed notes. The
; in uuiuou ami iu u.a-mFWjCu '. .Tl
bullion amounted to i.y,bol,lb and tne note
3,G0G,81o. t J
The British Government has, at the request of j
-f i i 1 i '
Cvrus W. Field, lsq., of Jsew y. or K, oruerea a steamer
to be fitted out under efficient officers to examine
thoroughly the coast of Ireland and JNewloundlana,
and to sound across the Atlantic between these parts
to ascertain the best place for laying and landing the
submarine telegraph cable. The government has
further agreed to guarantee four per cent interest per
annum, on the whole capital required to manufacture t
and lav dov.n the cable between New Foundl;
id land and ;
Ireland. Contracts for tho whole extent of the j
Atlantic cable were signed in London on Tuesday, the
10th November. j
Parliament is again prorogued till the ICth of
With regard to the threatened disruption of the ;
Analo-Frcnch alliance, the Globe, the Morning
Post and Times assert that tho alliance between the
two countries was never more firm than at present
The orjposision lournals entertain a dillerent opinion, t
and s:iv that the asnect of affairs is most serious and
threatening, and that there is a probability that
England will soon find herself involved in another
war, more fierce and deadly than the one which is
Paris, Nov. 1856.
A Paris correspondent Avrites that the Emperor and
Empress, with a select party, will, after all. go to
A treaty of commerce has been conclude! between
France and the Sandwich Islands.
The Governor of Palermo has ordered a strict sur
veillance to bo exercised npon all the French and
English commercial vessels.
It was probable that within a day or two the Nea
politan question, which had remained in a state of
stagnation for a long time, would advance a stage
one way of the other.
The Black Sea.
The Paris Pa ys contains the following explanation j
relative to the firing on an English gun-boat at leni
kale : " We believe the affair has been explained to
the satisfaction of both parties. The gun-boat being
about to pass the Straits, a gun loaded with powder
was fired, according to common usage, as a signal.
The captain explained to the commandant of the
forts his reasons for being in those waters. The two
commanding officers, llussian and English, having
exchanged explanations, agreed to refer the matter
to the two embassies at Constantinople, and this
course having been taken, it was amicably adjusted."
By way of New York, we have a rumor that Chile
and Peru, and probably Ecuador, have determined
to aid the Central American liepublics in opposing
the progress of General Walker ; but whether there
is no more foundation for it than the fabrications we
so frequently find floating about on the sea of news-
paperdom, we have no means ot determining at this
time. Certain it is, however, that recently we have
received several indications of the alarm with which
the progress of Gen. Walker is viewed in South
Vmcrica, and it may be that some of these Kepublics
have actually come to the determination to join the
Anti-North American alliance. S. I1. Herald.
Guano Islands. The Pacific squadron is to be in
creased, and an increase of the naval force is also
A small steamer is to be despatched, as the Secre
tary of the Navy recommends, to survey the Guano
Islands-in the South Pacific. The Secretary of the
Navy and the public generally were amazed at the
failure of Com. Meiwine to execute his orders for the
examination of those Islands. . Ho went within sight
of one of them New Nautucket remained only four
and a half hours in view of it, and reisued to permit
the agent of the Guano Company to land, even with
volunteers. The other Island he did not attempt to
visit. His ship was too large for the service, which
can be better performed by a small steamer. Con
gress passed an act at the late session, protecting the
rights of our citizens in such Guano Islands as they
may discover, and the New York Company claiming
the Islands above referred to, have executed satisfac
tory bonds, in compliance with the act, for the fulfil
ment of their obligations under it. They have sent
out vessels, also, to bring cargoes of the guano to
Panama, and thence across the Isthmus, as soon as
possible, in order to test the value of the supposed
deposits. San Francisco Herald.
Important Discovery The Detection of Mur
der. A scries of experiments have recently been
made by Dr. Pollock, an occulist of this city, to test
the truth of an article published some time since by
a celebrated physician in England, which alledgcd
that the last scene viewed by a dying man would re
main impressed upon the retina as does the impres
sion upon a daguerreotype plate. In each experiment
that Dr. P. has made he has found that an examina
tion of the retina of an eye with a microscope reveals
a wonderful as well as a beautiful sight, and that in
most every instance there was a clear, distinct and
marked impression. We put these facts on record in
the hope of awakening an interest in the subject that
others may be induced to enter upon the interesting
experiments, and the cause of science advanced. The
recent examination of the eye of J. II. Eeardsley, who
was murdered in Auburn, conducted by Dr. Sanford,
corresponds with" those made elsewhere. The follow
ing is the published account of the examination.
" At first we suggested the saturation of the eye in
a weak solution of atrophine, which evidently pro
duced an enlarged state of the pupil. Qn observing
thb we touched the end of the optic nerve . with the
extract, when the 030 instantly became protuberant.
We now applied a powerful lens, and discovered in
the pupil the rude, worn-away figure of a man, with
a light coat, beside whom was a round stone, standing
or snspended in the air, with a small handle stuck as
it were in the earth. The remainder was debris,
evidently lost from the destruction of tho optic, and
its. separation from the mother brain. Had we per
formed this operation when the eye was entire in the
socket with all its powerful connection with the brain,
there is not the least doubt but that we should have
detected the last idea and impression made on the
raind and eye of the unfortunate man. The thing
would evidently be entire ; and perhaps we should
have had the contour, or better still, the exact figuer
of the murderer. The last impression "before death is
always terrible on the brain more from fear than any
other cause ; and figures impressed on the pupil more
distinct, which we attribute to the largeness of the
optic nerve, andHtts free communication with the
Some experiments have recently been made at
Chicago, to test the truth of an alleged discovery of
an English physician, who asserts that tle last scene
viewed by a dying man will remain impressed upon
the retina as does the impression upon a daguerreo
type plate. The experiments at Chicago, it is said,
confirm this statement, and jt is suggested that mur
ders may be detected by this means as the figure of
the murderer would be impressed upon the retina.
How, if the person was assassinated from behind by
a third person, while looking in the face of his friend?
Might not an innocent man be liable to be hung upon
such evidence ?
The present "population of Greece is one million and
forty-three thousand two hundred and fifty-one.
From Dr. Bartlott's Anglo-Saxon.
COMING ROUND BY DEGREES.
Brown was a magazine-writer of what issoruetIme3
called the fast school. Ilis were the veriest bubbles
of the current literature of the dar, the merest froth
of the trilles which are skimmed rather than read I
the busy world of pleasure, lie touched I borrow
the beautiful language of a fashionable reviewer he
touched the passing follies of the day with a light and
facile pen, and people smirked over his articles in a
manner pleasant to witness. Aty opinion is, that his
abilities wcro iu short, not first-rate, but he used
them very ablv. lie never wrote in men's language
for a lady's magazine, and never threw away the de
licate wit which suited its pages upon the middle-aged
gentlemen who prefer scandal and satire.
So Brown was accustomed to meditate but it w.is
not until very recently that anything came of it. It
was after reading of important events taking place in
that ho. ilPtermiiied to lav his scene there.
Snain wa the land of romance : las characters glioma
b thc men nmv swavius ita destinies, his time the
prCsCut day. " I will read up the history," he said ;
and with Gil Bias, Mr. Borrow, and the Tales of
a -m 1 T" i 1 1 ! 1 . 1 rv '
the Aluamora, i iniuii someimng may o
Familiarity Avith modern Spanish customs was, how-
ever, indispensable, and Brown's knowledge of that
subject was limited. Fortunately, information, like
any other article, can be obtained readily in i.onuon
bv these who can pay for it, and after ten minutes'
rellection. which was as much as he now devoted to
ml - - a V "1
anv question, Brown sent the following advertisement
for insertion in the Times :
Amanuensis IVa ntcl.
-The applicant will be re
quired to have recently travelled or resided in Spain.
Remuneration according to qualifications. Apply to
B. B., 00 Ilamstcad lload."
Brown hft certain literary engagements which it
was necessary to fulfil in a given time, and he set
himself busily to work to get rid of these as soon as
possible. To this end he shunned amusements, pub-.
i lie and private, retired into the solitude of his apart-
merits, and renuested
me priiii iiiiiRi-oi vjiiii, uu
en,il nr. his eall. to receive all visitors with the
assertion that he was out of town. In consequence of
these arrangements, he was enabled to produce, in
the course of the day, a great deal of what printers
call eojy" a name which, in the present state of
literature, is frequently correct in more senses than
On the morning when the advertisement appeared,
Brown was seated at work as usual, and had just
completed his philosophical paper On the Diminish
ed Diameter of Ladies' Hats," when the maid-servant,
fresh from the country, opened the door.
4 If you please, sir"
"Well," said Brown, mildly.
'There's a lady down stairs, and she wants you,
Now, Brown was not accustomed to receive visits
from ladies, and the announcement caused him some
little surprise ; but he was not curious, and desired
quiet. So he replied :
She wants me, does she ? I am very sorry, but
she can't have me. Tell her so, Sarah , if you please."
"Oh, sir, you're such a funny gentleman," Sarah
said, aud lingered.
" That's how I pay my rent, Sarah. Remember,
in future, that I am out cf town to everybody."
" Please, sir, it's B. B. she wants," the girl per
sisted, who had received special directions as to
answers to the advertisement.
"Eh! a lady? Show her up." And Brown hasti
ly threw olf his dressing-gown, and assumed a gar
,riient somewhat less variegated. "Odd," thought
he ' decidedly ;" and he seated himself in his chair
to await the result. A light step was heard on the
staircase, and the lady, who had sent no card, enter
ed the room. Brown turned, and rose to oiler her a
chair, but paused suddenly without doing so. The
visitor was equally embarrassed, and the silence en
dured until j'ou have read the next paragraph.
Brown paused ; because, instead of the middle-aged
lady, with a British Museum complexion, whom he
had expected to see, there stood before him a young
girl, whose age could not have been more than twenty,
and whose beauty was enhanced by the deep blush
which rose to her downcast eyes.
Brown first recovered himself, I am happy to say ;
and having got hold of the chair, he jerked it rather
nervously on to the ground, and said something
about doing him the honor to be seated.
"I fear, sir, there is some mistake." The voice
was a very sweet one, as, indeed, it could not help
being, Brown thought.
" You wished to make some inquiry about my ad
vertisement," he said, with some hesitation.
"Then you are B. B. ?"
" I am B. B., madam."
The visitor rose, and bowing her head to him, said,
"I must apologize for having intruded on you, and
beg you to excuse the mistake which which has
caused this visit ;" and she moved towards the door.
" I beg your pardon," Brown said, hastily. " One
moment. Will you be kind enough to explain.'
"Pray, do not ask me, sir ;" and again she turned
to the door. Brown was by no means satisfied.
"I have no right to detain you ; but if I can be of
any service to you in any way, pray do me the pleas
ure of saying so." It will be observed that Brown's
language was remarkably polished a trait in which
he prided himself.
"It is impossible," she said, looking up at him ;
and perhaps seeing something honest about his face,
she continued, " I saw the advertisement, which
sccrncl so well suited to me, that I hoped it might be
from a lady, or some one who who ould have ac
cepted iny services."
"I should be most happv," Brown began. She -
I shook her head, and replied now without embarrass
" I was mistaken."
" You have been in Spain ?" Brown asked.
"I have only just returned from there."
" I cannot, of course, press upon you anything to
which you have an objection ; but if you will permit
me, it may be possible to arrange the matter in" a way
which will over-come any difficulty."
She looked up, and Brown was encouraged to pro
ceed. " The assistance I require may be rendered at your
own house, if such an arrangement would suit you."
For a moment she looked up, as if it would, but
glancing once more at Brown, she seemed to take
another resolution, and wishing him good-day rather
abruptly, she disappeared down the stairs. Brown
is considered by some people a very handsome fel
low ; but whether that had anything to do with fright
ening her away, I must leave the ladies to determine.
Brown jumped up, and stepped to the window.'
which commanded a small strip of garden in front of
tho house. " Very odd ! no name no nothing !
There she goes ! Very pretty figure ! awful shabby
bonnet !" Such was the turn of his thoughts while
the shabby bonnet moved along the garden-wall and
disappeared. Then he suddenly put on hu hat, and
followed it at a distance.
He admitted to diiniself that th"i3 wa3 an absurd
thing to do, and thought he would go back sensibly ;
then, as the bonnet passed round a corner, ho quick
ened his steps, and meditated no more till he caught
sight of it again. The bonnet passed round a great
many corners, and hurried along at a sped that sur
prised him, leading him through dingy and narrow
streets, and disappeared "at length up a court, which
seemed to be a playground for tho children of the
The door of one cf the houses stood open, and Brown
perceived a woman at work on the ground-floor.
Walking over some children who were strewn about
the steps, he entered the room, and took hi. stand
beside a cradle, while he addressed tho mistress of the
apartment. Did a young lady, wearing so and so,
lodge there ? She did on the third floor back. The
bell was broken, and he had better walk up.
Bashfulness has ceased to be one of Brown's fail
ings, but yet he hesitated considerably at the door '
which was pointed out to him. At length he
knocked nervously, and being told to " come in," did
It was a little sitting-room, the walls of which still
retained some vestige of a dingy paper, which had
once covered them. There were two chairs and two
small tables, and a portrait of her Majesty over the
chimney-piece. A quantity of needle-work lay scat
tered about the room, which, in spite of its poor ap
pearance, waa clean, and even fragrant, for ia-large
pot of mignonnette stood outside the open window.
A pale, withered-looking woman sat in one of the