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Woman axd Mauri age.-I have speculated a great
deal upon matrimony. I have seen a young and
beautiful woman, the pride of gay circles, married, as
the world say?, well. Some have moved into costly
houses, and their friends have all come and looked at
their furniture and their splendid arrangement for
happiness, and they have gone away and committed
iheia to their sunny hopes cheerfully and without
fear. It is natural to be sanguine for them; as the
young sometimes arc earned away by similar feelings.
I love to get, unobserved, into a corner, and "watch
the bride in her white attire, and, with her smiling
face and her soft eyes meeting me in their pride of
life, weave a waking dream of future happiness, and
persuade 'myself that it will be true. I think how
they will sit upon the luxurious sofa as twilight falls,
and build gay hopes, and murmur in low tone. the
now ni)t forbidden tenderness; and how ibrilliiigly
the allowed kiss and beautiful endearments of wedded
life will make even their parting joyous, and how
gladly come b.ick from the ciwdcd and the emjuy
mirth of the gay to each other's quiet company. I
picture to myself that young creature who blushes
'even now at thii hesitating caress, listening eagerly
for his footsteps as the night steals on, and wishing
that he would come, and when he enters at last, and,
with an affection as undying as his pulse, folds her to
his bosom, ! can feel the tide that goes flowing through
the heart, and gaze with him on the graceful form as
she moves about for the kind offices of affection,
soothing all his unquiet cares, and making him for
get even himself in her young and unshaded beauty.
I go forward for years, and see her luxuriant hair
put soberly away from her brow, and her girlish
graces resigned into dignity, and loveliness chastened
with the gentle meekness of material affection. Her
husband looks ou her with a proud eye, and shows
her the same fervent love and delicate attentions which
first won her; nnd her fair children are grown about
them, and they go on full of honor and untroubled
years, and are remembered when they die. Jl'cu-k-
Education of the People. Let us not deceive cur
selves by believing that the people of any great com
mercial country will ever be able to guide themselves
safely by cultivated intellect. Christianity alone is
the strength of the State. If the Bible be neglected
we must not say despised, but if it be laid aside
merely for Sabbath hours, and those perhaps unfre
quent, interrupted, and inspired by no Very, devout
spirit then education, so f ir from being a blessing,
will be a bane-, and that which men call light will be
darkness. Many persons there are, who, wishing well
to their species, and electing themselves members of
the philosophical order, declare that the religion of
the State ought to be respected; but what their eyes
chiefly regard is the march of intellect. Others,
again, fear philosophy fear the diffusion of knowl
edge would keep the bulk of mankind, if not in dark
ness, certainly "now in glimmer and now in gloom,' 5
'and in almost a blind subjection to a creed. To neither
class would we wish to belong; but this we will say,
that no man who desires to promote the interests . of
his fellow-creatures will scruple to declare his faith,
and to uphold it, from fear, in this liberal and enlight
ened age, as w3 are proud to call it, of being thought
a bigot, and no philosopher. It is the blessed nature
of religion that teaches to the intellectual that which
lies beyond the faculties of the wisest of the sons of
men. The meek and humble cottager, who has seen
only that small segment of visible creation that is
bound by the hills around his native valley, and who
has read a few books but One, knows more in his
simple heart'of perfect morality than the highest mind
that ever trusted entirely to the illumination of its
own reason. Professor JVilson.
- INDIAN' .Summer op Life. In the life of tli
man there is an Indian summer more beautiful
that of the seasons; richer, sunnier, and more
lime than the most glorious Indian summer the world
ever knew it is an Indian summer of the soul. When
the glow of youth has departed, when the warmth of
middle age is gone, and the buds and blossoms of
spring are changing to the sere and yellow leaf, then
the mind of the good man, still ripe and vigorous,
relaxes its labors, and the .memories of a -well-spent
life gush forth from their secret fountains, enriching,
rejoicing and fertilizing; then the trustful resignation
of the Christian sheds around a sweet and holy
warmth, and the soul, assuming a heavenly lustre, is
no longer restricted to the narrow confines of busi
ness, but soars far beyond the winter of. age, and
dwells peacefully and happily upon that bright spring
and summer which await him within the gates of
Paradise, evermore. Let us strive for and look
trustingly forward to an Indian summer like this.
SciENTinc "Waggery. The annexed anecdote is
told of a distinguished Judge in Pennsylvania : He
purloined his grandmother's fan, and buried it for a
considerable time in a' very damp ground. " Having
disguised it as completely as was in his power, he
sent it to a society, with an elaborate description to
prove that it was a wing of a bat. It was received
with due solemnity, and a vote of thanks passed to
the donor. A debate arose as to the species to which
it belonged, and a committee of seven was appointed
to ascertain whether it was the wing of a Madagascar
or Canadian bat. The committee sat three weeks, and
after consulting Button's JVawrrtZ History, and Gold
smith's Animated JMuturc, they reported that it must
have belonged to a .Madagascar bat. It was pro
nounced the greatest curiosity in the Museum, except
a. large sheet otbrown paper, which he had hung up
in the chimney and disguised with soot and dirt, and
palmed upon the society as
a part of a Brahmin's
The Old Man. Bow low the head, boy ; do rever
ence to the old man. Once like ypu, the vicissitudes
of life have silvered the hair, and changed the round
merry face to the worn visage before you. Once that
heart beat with aspirations co-equal to any that you
have felt aspirations crushed by disappointment, a3
yours are. perhaps, destined to be. Once that form
stalked proudly through the gay scenes of pleasure,
the beau-ideal of grace; now the hand of Time, that
withers the flower of yesterday, has warped that figure
and destroyed the noble carriage. Once at your age,
he possessed the thousand thoughts that pass through
your brain, now wishing to accomplish deeds equalto
a nook m lame; arou imagining life a dream, that the
sooner he awoke iroin the better. But he lived the
dream very near through. The timo to awake is very
near at hand; yet his eye ever kindles at old deeds
of daring, and the hand taks a firmer grasp of the
staff. Bow low the head, boy, as you would, in your
old age, be reverenced.
v Mahriages. "We have rarely met with more judi
cious observations on this all-engrossing ami all-important
subject than the following remark of Mrs.
, Child, which we urge upon the consideration of the
sons and daughters- of this world,-who -by paying
' attention to them, may perhaps escape much misery
to themselves and be spared the infliction of it upon
others. "I never knew a marriage expressly for
money that did not end unhappily. Yet managing
mothers and heartless daughters are continually
playing the same unlucky game. I believe that men
more frequently marry for love than women, because
they have a free choice. I am afraid to conjecture
how large a portion of women marry because they
think they shall not have a better chance, and dread
-being dependent. Such marriages, no doubt, some
times prove tolerably comfortable, but a great num
ber would be far happier single. If I may judge from
my own observation of such matters, marrying for a
iMiue is a uresome way 01 getting a living." .
Coleiudge on Religion. These are Iu3 words in
the decline of life : "I have known what the enjoy
ments, and advantages of this life are, and what the
more refined pleasures which learning and intellectual
power can bestow; and with all the experience that
three-score years can give, I now, on the eve of my
departure, declare to you (and earnestly pray that
you may hereafter live and act on the conviction,)
that health is a great blessing, competence obtained by
honest industry a great blessing; and a great blessing
it is to have kind, faithful, and loving friends and
relatives; but that the greatest of all blessings, as it
is the most ennobling of all privileges, is to be indeed
TO LET.-The new buil ling on Maunakea street,
second door from Liberty Hall, containing three rooms
u; stairs, cook howr, well ami necessary on the.
sys, now occupied a 3 a retail store by A. Loench. loSacsSioa
o be given on the 15th of March.
For terms., apply to
; II. M. WHITNEY,
C5-3 Or CAPT. MOBSMAN
SA rE. ' Thirteen and a
near Macfarlane '
ciaa j uuanu v alley. .
.Alio, a fine house lot in Honolulu, nearly opposite the
Falace, on King street.
For information and terms apply to
i)5-tf . J. W. MARSH.
FOR It EXT The UuiLlinjr, &c, on Alakea
street, forming the makai jortii of the "French Prem
ises." Tin; dwelling house contains five rooms, four of
which are each fifteen feet square; with cook house, servants'
house, pantries, &c.
Apply to J. C. PFLUGKlt,
At Jlackfeld & l.'o.'S,
Or to DR. C.
TO.LKTt The new Cottage on the bank of the river,
ad iohiinir the residence of John Montgomery, Ksq. For
J&L particulars apply to GEO. C. JlcLEAN,
li5-tf - Corner of Hotel & Smith Streets.
-jt nwvi.T ivn vim: era rnn
ca The Store and Dwelling House on King street, near the
residence of Capt. Meek, now occupied by Achang. The lot is
45 feet front on Kiug street, running back l-"55 feet. The store
is 34 feet wide and o2 feet deep.. In the yard, in rear, is a good
Dwelling House, with two sleeping rooms and one dining room,
with cook-house, valley water, and all conveniences complete.
For terms, apply on the premises to
Cl-tf A CHANG.
OFFICES TO LET- Over the shoe store of J. II.
Wood, recently occupied by O. Hinton, Esq. Apply to .
22-tf J. II. WOOD.
LET. The rear Office
over the Post
WIHTSEl'. office. Enquire of
(34-tf) H. M
FOR SALE OR LEASE The old established
Coffee House on the corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets
Apply to (33-36) E. BURGESS.
TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
Grenier, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
Street. The lower part is fitted with counter, shelves,
; upjer part fine sleeping rooms, and fine cellar under same.
TO LET One-half of the Loft hi large Stone Warehouse
on Marine Street ; and one-half of the Cellar under same.
Apply to C31-ID A. P. EVERETT.
OUSE AND ROOMS TO LET. Two commo-
rooms to let, over the store of Messrs. Castle &
Cooke, King street. Also, a superior dwelling house in the
rear of the above store, consisting of a hall, two parlors, two
bed-rooms and breakfast room, with stable, kitchen, bathing
house and other out-buildings. Also, a large, pleasant vard.
Apply to C. II. NICHOLSON,
32-tf On the premises.
W AMTT D A tenant for an unoccupied room,
with a private family, situated in a quiet part of the
town, and convenient to the principal business localities.
Use of bath-house, &c. Terms moderate.
At the office of this paper.
TO LET The spacious house formerly occupied by
deuce of A. IS. Bates, Esq., on JN uuanu Avenue.
For terms, &c, apply to (30-tf) W. C. PARKE.
TO LET. THE DWELLING HOUSE
lately occupied by Capt. Mossman, on Marine street.
opposite the Steam Flour Mill
For terms, &c, inquire
w -VALUABLE . REAL ESTATE IX LA
IIA1NA FOR SALE. The undersigned offers for
rafc sale a valuable estate, situated in the business part of
Bahama, on the main street, and now commanding a rent of
$50 per month. The buildings and enclosures are in excellent
repair. EDWARD P. BOND.
Lahaina, Oct. 11, 1S56. 16-3m
OFFICE TO LET,
on Nuuanu street
A. P. EVERETT.
-,s NOTICE. Persons desirous of rent inj:
Real Estate, will do well to call on the
,i r Nuuanu Street.
14-tf PENIIALLOTT & PATY.
hp - -L J. . A two story cottage on Alakea street, near
frrivt Hotel street. It has four rooms, cook house and out
For terms apply to
B. W. FIELD.
TO LET THE DWELLING HOUSE & PREMISES
on makai side of Eeretauia street, lately occupied by
Mr. Maxey. Apply to
Honolulu, July 1, lS56-tf 51. C. 5I0NSARRAT.
TO LEASE IX LOTS, THAT PIECE
of Land, corner of Nuuanu and King Streets. Apply at
the store of . T.. MOSSMAN &-SON,-
N 'uuanu Street.
TO LET. THE DWELLTMi HOUSE
formerly occupied by J, F. COLRUlLXyin Mauna
Kea Street., for further particulars enquire of A. 1.
EVERETT, Esq. . ; July 1, 1856-tf.
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence in Nuuanu Valley, about a mile
and -a half from town. Terms moderate. Apply to
Honolulu, July 1, 1-tf . L. GREEN.
OARD AND ROOMS Tiro or three Boarders
Ladies or Gentlemen, can be accommodated with board
and furnished rrcm3 in a private family. Inquire at this ofllce,
or of MRS. E. II. ROGERS.
Dec. 16, 1S56. 25-3m
NEW. GOODS FOR SALE BY
- 15. W. FIEIi.
Tt7ELLOW SHEATHING METAL and Com
JJL position Nails, Brogans, women's Goat Buskins, do Kid
do, ladies' enameled Jenny Linds, do ilorocco and Calf Buskins,
do Bronze Sontags, Fairbanks' Platform Scales of all sizes, Gro
cers' do, Counter do, Epsom Salts, Long Fluted Phials, Pina
Goods, Manila Cordage. z-tf
CIIAS. BREWER 2d.
For sale by
E. CUTRELL (late Cutrell & Teterson)
Proprietor, Merchant Street, Honolulu, thankful for
"the liberal patronage hitherto enjoyed, continues tp solicit the
attention of his friends and the public in general to this estalv
lishment. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to render
this house a desirable place of resort to the resident or visitor in
Honolulu. The bar is continually stocked with " the choicest
wines, liquors, etc., that can be procured: and. ia under the im
mediate charge of Mr. Randall SmiUi, so long and favorably
known in this community. -
The billiard saloon is unsurpassed by any in the place, and
is under the sole charge of Mr. A. J. McDuffee, -whose present
popularity is sufficient guarantee of his future success in cater
ing in this particular department for the amusement of those who
may favor the house with their patronage. 25 tf
1TBIAXOFORTES AND FURNITURE FOR
SALE. The undersigned have on hand and offer for eale,
fcupenor Rosewood and Mahogany Piano Fortea. Elegant heavy
wrwooa ana Mahogany Ann Chairs, do do do Rocking chairs.
iron mvKuiR cnaurs and Bedstead3.
Ju!yl,l-tf . . VON nOLT & HECCK.
! - JlVi A1S CJ.ti.Li " w - : I - .
IS. faAHFEIi3 & CO."
il 9 r.xor.TSif. FRENCH AND
GERMAN GOODS, just
received per OMR, from Bremen,
consisting in part as follows :
Bales mourning prints," fancy print,, print ed jacconc t.
Printed muslin" muslin roles, muslin de lame, spot nuhn,
Embroidered muslin dresses, Iook muslin,
Ladies' morning dresses, sittings, white cn t3;:, .
Maddapollans, gin-hams, cotton drills, platilla, s.Ksuis,
Bed quilts, thibet, linen, linen and woollen damask,
Cambric shirts, linen table-covers and .napkins,
Woollen table a n.l piano covers, .
Linen cambric handkerchiefs, &e., c.
Sil!t, &o. ...
Black and col'd watered silk, black and col d satins,
Silk dress patterns, embroidered crape shaw Is.
Barege shawls, gan-e do., silk and lace mantilla,
Silk maraUouts, ladies' mantles, silk bed-coxcrs,
Sdk and satin cravats, silk corahs, .
Fancy silk and satin ribbons,
Velvet ribbons, ladies silk hose, sil"k parasols.
Silk umbrellas, silk fringes and tassels, &c, &C, &.C.
Clothing, Shoe. &c.
Cloth .coats, alpaca coats, cloth pants,
Linen and cotton drill pants, white and fancy vests,;
Flushing pants, gent's boots, shoes and lasting gaiters,
Ladies' kid and satin shoes, do. gaiters,
A complete assortment of fancy, col'd and white shu ts,
Under shirts, drawers, silk suspenders, gent's straw hats.
Gent's fine woollen hats, children's ditto,
Riding hats, kc, &c, &c.
Cror5iry Sc Glawswaro.
Dinner plates, vegetable dishes, meat do., wash bowls, .
Covered chambers, butter dishes, cut decanters, tumblers,
Goblets, champagne glasses, claret and sdierry glasses,
llubic finger cups, &c., &c.
Iron tiu'd saucepans, table bells, bread baskets,
Hand-saws, hand-saw files, cork screws, dogs' neck collars,
Wardrobe hooks, butcher knives, pen-knives, pocket do.
Jack-knives, curtain rings, table spoons, tea spoons,
Needles, razors, scissors, screws, thimbles, &c, &c, &c.
Best Eugli-h hogskiu-seat saddles, with stirrups, belts, &c,
complete, bridles, whips, silver-plated stirrups,
Bitts and spurs, steel do. do., saddle cloths, &c.
English pickles, caper?, mustard, sweet oil, bottled fruit,
Westphalia hams, Swiss cheese, stcarine caudles,
Wine vinegar in demijohns, asstd. candies, &c, &c.
Wines asad Liquors.
Baskets champagne, cases St. Julien, do. Touillac,
Cases Madeira, .do. sherry, do. Hock, (Hockheimes)
" gin, Holland gin in baskets of 1 dox. jars each,
" Martell's brandy, do. cherry cordial, do. bitters,
Raspberry vinegar, &c. . . .
Genuine Lubin's extract (warranted), eau de cologne,
FMfrida water, eau de lavander, extract of musk,
Macassar oil, &c, &c, &c.
Calf-skins, do. laquered, lining for carnages, corks,
House paper, ladies bracelets, ear rings, breast pins,
Artificial flowers and plumes, oil paintings,
Steel engravings, agate buttons, glass do., silk do.,
Boquet holders, hair brushes, tooth do., fans,
Looking glasses, xatent match boxes, shaving boxes,
Dressing cases, portmouaies, beds, powder-Husks,
Havana cigars, linen and cotton tliread, watch keys,
Foil gold, ladies' footstools, piano stools, writing paper,
Paper boxes, pocket and memorandum books, ink-stands,
Everpointed pencils, porcupine pen-holders, wafers,
Sealing-wax, toj-s, Russia cordage, asstd. sizes,
Blankets, &c, &c, &c.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1850. 11 tf
FOR SALE'HY THE UNDERSIGNED
Cotton duck Nos. 1 to 10; anchors and chains,
Russia and Manila cordage, H to 7 inch;
Beef and pork ; medium bread; butter in kegs ;
Towliues; 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's calf brogans;
Cases women's shoes; denim pants and frocks;
Hardware of all kinds; crockery of all kinds;
Glassware and cutlery; groceries of all descriptions;
Dupont's powder in 1 lb cans;
Cane and wood seat chairs, various patterns;
Bales monkey jackets; bales thick pants;
Bales blankets; rolls Brussells and tapestry carpets;
Ships' carabooses and cabin stoves;
Tea; colTee; sugar; assorted spices;
Bbls New England rum, "j ...
Cases Martell Brandy. I
Bbls pure spirit, f
Half pipes gin, J
Boat anchors; whaling gear; block?, assorted sizes;
Corn 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; blue drills; saddlery, assorted.
20-tf ' J. C. SPALDINO
ER FRANCES PALMER, FR03I SAN
FRANCISCO. For sale at low rates :
CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS. -
Sup blk Cassimere Pants, assorted French Pants,
d plain sattinett Pants, plaid Cassimerc do
Ass'd Jean and French cottonade Pants,
Ass't of whP.e and fancy colored Shirts,
A few doz fine white and Jenny Lind Shirts,
Ass'd calico fig'd shirts, checkjinen do, J umpers,
French blouses, blue Denims, pes Silk, Pongee lldkfs,
PANAMA HATS, &c, &c.
13-tf. Ton HOLT & HEUCK.
THE PUUXOA SAIjT WORKS.
For sale bv 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 irreater dispatch than has hitherto been done at the Sand
Purchasers hare and abroad, who wish to procure the best salt
manufactured in the Pacific, will do well to enquire for, and also
to assure themselves, that they receive the real l'uuloa salt.
Orders to any amount executed with dispatcn.
... It I VTT-IT.T
Puuloa Salt Works.
G..P. JUDD, AT THE COllAEU Of FU11I
and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he coutiuues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diseases of all kinds, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Duces and Medicines of the best
quality. He sells also"
Poisons. ' '
Arsenic, strichnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate,
Oxalic acid, St. Ignasius beans, nux vomica, opium,
Prussic acid, alcohol.
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavenuer water,
Wiudsor, honey an 1 other soaps.
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal,'gum shellac,
Writiug and markiag ink, Sands sarsaparilla,
Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention.
0 Easily found when wanted. 6-tf.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT comprising the
following variety :
Crates containing white Granite Plates (soup and dining)
Do. do. Breakfast do., do. do. Soup Tureens,
Blue do. do., white do. Sugar Bowls, -Do.
do. Covered Butter Dishes, do. do. Chambers,
" Hdld. Coffee Cups, Barrington Pitchers, .
Toilet sets, complete, white Granite Bakers,
Do. do. Dishes, assorted sizes, '
Yellow Iron-stone Nappies, extra large Eize,
Cut and pressed Tumblers and Wine Glasses, Goblets,
Britannia and plated Tea and Coffee Pots,
Mugs, quart, pint, and half-pint Bowls,
For sale low by (74-tQ J. C. SPALDING.
R710R SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, 2 large Mahogany
JL1 Sideboards, very superior, 1 smaller one, do. do., Chest of
urawera Mahogany, 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, Mirrors
different sizes, Hat and Umbrella Stands, Cottage and Horizon
tal najiotortes of celebrated Makers. - Also a splendid assort
ment of new pattern Housepaper with border.
July 1, 1-tf YON HOLT & HEUCK.
JJOTICE. ALT, PERSONS INDEBTED TO
.1M HENRY M A C F A R LAN E, of the Commercial Hotel at
nonoiuiu, and the Commercial , Billiard baloox and Res
tacrast at Lahaina. are hereby notified to make-navment in
the undersigned ; and all persons who have claims on the above
namea uemix . MACFARLAMS, are requested to present
accounts to the undersigned duly , appointed agents for the
BeuiemeDt of his affairs. A.P.EVERETT.
TSIO.IS AS SPEIVCEK,
SHIP CHANDLER AND IMPORTER,
srFFPS CONST NTLY ON HAND HARD-
14. WARE, Crockery, Whale Line, Casks, lYeserved Meat,
ani every article of Ship Chandlery required by "Whale ship
and other vessels.
Ship Chandlery. Craft. &c. ..
Anchors, Chain Cables, Hawsers, Anchor Shackles
Chain and Topsail Sheet Shackles, Windlass Nippers and
Brakes, Ships Cam booses and Coppers.
Extra Stove linings and Grates, Russia Iron Lake 1 ana.
Small Cabin Stoves, Boat Boards Masts and Timers.
' ft:lH.liBitII..ks and Anchors, Boat Cutting and Head
Spades, Harpoons, Uig irons, uance, iuu-e
iv!p drains. Gaffs. Pikes. Rowlocks.
ti-a- Tiiimiii. a OufMi and Welded Thimbles
Dead Eyes, Bulls Eyes, Leading Trucks, Ships Scrapers.
Leaning, Boarding, Boat and Blubber Knives.
M'mcins Knives, for Mincing Machines.
Pitch and Try I'ots, Crow Bars, (steel pointed)
Boat Hulls and Clinches, Fog Horns, Deck Lights.
Hardware & Tools. , . ...
Side Lights, Caulking Irons, Marlmspikcs, Hand-spikes.
Handcuff?, Rigging Screws, Rigging and Pump Leather.
Boat Hatchets, Saw Sets, Patent Saw Sets,
Plane Irons, Long and Short Jointers. ,.-,a
Double and Single Fore Planes, Match, Bead & Plow Planes
Cut box Fillister Planes, Sash and Coping Planes.
Cirecian Ovclos, Handsaws, C. S. Backsaws.
Compass Saws, Wood Saws, dodo framed.
Hunt's C. S. Handled Axes, Broad and Narrow Axes.
Axe Hatchets, Broad Hatchets, Nail Hammers C. b. strap d
Nail Hammers Adze eye, Tack Hammers C. L. .
Coppering Hammers, Bright Saddlers do Drawing Knives
Blocks, Pat. Bushed, Double, Single, Davit & Cat do.
Iron Str:ipied Blocks, Iron Hoops, Mast do.
Rushed Sheaves Iron, do Liguumvita. -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 & Hand Vices, Firmer, Mortice, ami Socket Chisels.
Firmer & Mortice Gouges, Large & Small Pincers.
Drawing Knives, Compasses, Screw Drivers.
Braces Bits, Auger & Cei.ter Bits, Eng. Augers.
Spike, Nail, & Rutting Gimblets, Wood & Iron Spokeshaves.
Steel & Try Squares, Plumbs & Levels. Slicinsr Bevels.
Mortice (iuaircs. Box Wood Rules, (four folds).
Board Measure. Box Wood Rules, Box Wood Calliper Rules
Fine Ivory Rales, Grindstones, Sand Paper.
Grindstone Cranks, (with rollers complete).
Oil Stones, Whetstones, Riflestones, Sandstones.
Sanded-Wood RiP.es, Axe, Auger & Chisel Handles.
Brass Butt, Stop, & Key'd Cocks; Pat. Molasses Gates.
Eng. Steelyards, Improved Spring Balances.
Self Shutting Gate Hinges, Horse Fleams, Halter Chain3.
Brad, Belt, Pegging & Sewing Awls, Cod & Fish Hooks.
Gun Flints, Drop & Buck Shot, Bullet Moulds.
Cannon Canmster Powder, Powder lasks. ;
Percussion Caps, Shot Pouches.
Ebony & Boxwood Pricker Pads, Sail Hooks & Prickers.
Bed Keys, Bedstead Screws, Charcoal Furnaces.
Pat. Smoothing Irons, (self beating), Sad Irons & Stands.
Pat. "save all" candlesticks, Brass Binnacle Lamps. .
Solar side Lamps, Glass Lamps.
Britannia Swing & Stand Lamps, Brass Swing & Bin'cle do
Large Signal Lanterns, Copicr Guard.
Glolje 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 Puhies & roller ends com.
do Sash Fasteners,, do Socket Bolts, do Barrel do.
Iron Barrel Brass Neck bolts, do straight do do
Brtiss 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 db Coppering do.
Brass Gimlet Screws. Iron do do. do Wire, Brass do & Butts,
Iron Butts, Iron Gate Hiuges, Composition Strap Hinges.
Blind Fasts and Hinges, Backd fla'nd Table Hinges.
Hand Bells (all sizes), Sheet Lead, Brick Trowels.
C. S. Shovels and Garden Hoes, do Rakes and Spades.
KulFs 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 Hasps, Log Slates.
Slate Pencils, Log and Account Books.
Memorandum, Pass, and Cargo Books.
Fine Buck and Cocoa Carvers. Table and Butcher Stee
Butcher Knives. Table Knives and Forks.Razors.
Sheath, Jack, and Shoe Kuives, 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 bottles, do in bbls.
Camel's Hair Pencils, Sash Tools.
Marking, Paint, Whitewash, Dust, Scrub, Floor, Tar, Shoe,
ami Horse Brushes, Horse Mane Combs, Currs Combs.
Birch and Corn Brooms, Cocoa Broom Stuff.' .
Paint, oil Naval Stores.
Provisions, & Cabin Stores
Crockery &.c. -Carpenter's
Nautical Instruments, &c.
Slops &. Genteel Clolliiuj;. Jy 1-tf.
-IiimnZE.lt FOR "S AUG. ,
rHUIE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
JsL and keeps constantly on hand a large and desirable stock of
Luml)er, which he offers low for cash, viz :
1 in planed pine boards uiuereut quauties,
1 do do do "do clear,
1J, li, 1 $, 2 in clear pine dimension plank,
in planed boards for sheathing,
1, 1J, 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 sliingles,
California do do . ,
3, 4.V, 4x(J in hard pine plank for ships' water-ways and rails,
A large assortment of joists of all sizes
Tickets, spruce and pine clear pickets,
Window sash 8x10, 8x12, 9x13,10x12, 10x14,
Doors assorted sizes,
The alxive Lumber will be sold at the lowest market rates,
and in lots to suit purchasers. ' C. BREWER, 2d,
eow o tf. . Vort Street
Family Grocery Store.
rWMl E MOST SELECT AND VARIED
JL Stock of Groceries to be found in Honolulu is at Savidge &
May's, where omcers of vessels, and the public generally will
find goods suitable for their rccpnrements.
Westphalia Hams, Rich Sauces,
Smoked Beef, Tomato Catsup, - - -
Smoked Herrings, Pepper Sauce,
Sugar Cured Tongues,
Malt, do. -Cider,
Fine Salt, .
. dried Basil, .
.. Sperm Candles, :.
Matches, ' 1 -Bath
Polar Oil, -Manila
Pic Nic do.
- Wine do.
Preserved Vegetables, -.
Anchovies in Oil,
Anchovies in Salt,
French Green Peas,
Crushed do. "
Fine Currants in Jars,
Dried Apples, - ;
Plums in Svrup, '
Black Pepper, .
Dried Parsely, -
IO Very Superior Coffee Roasted an.i"
iui euixa use. ., 23-tf
: - EX 'RECOVERY.;
- . . - u BUtUltlQ
VJiJlS,?. IIAHNSi. IinXITSl.fl- i v r
Cranberries for sale by the agent of the Hudson's bay Co..
inch raumVcil : n . ........ '
2 Chains, - , . .. y . .
2 Anchors, - "
19 M. ft. ass'd Lumber, 1 - "'
260 bbls. Salmon, ' . . -
80 hlf. bbls. Cranberries,' O
WTiich will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. 24-tf.
UPERIOR SYRUP, for Sale by
n nn.i.Vn.Mis rt.ifih Corks. Cau and Si
I HAVE THIS DAY TRANSFERRED MY
Wholesale Wine and Spirit business to MR. JOIIX
RITSON and MR. CHARLES F. HART, solmg
and favorably known in connection with it, and who will continue
to conduct it on the Old Premises, under the Auction Room of
Mr. A. P. Everett, near the Custom House. -
Tn mjikiiiir the above announcement, I feci it to be an impera
tive duty, as well as a great pleasure, to return my sincere tluwka
to a large and warm-hearted circle-of friends who have gathered
r,.i iiv,, ti disastrous San Francisco year, 1So2. to the
present time and in presenting my successors to their notice, I
venture to ask a continuation of their support to them.
Mr. Ritson and Mr. Hart have a" thorough knowledge of the
business, and win do all they can to deserve the support not only
of mv own private friends, but also of the public at large.
FJb. 1st, 1S57. V . ' j HENRY ROBINSON.
RITSON HART respectfully inform the" customers
and friends of Mr. Henry Roiuuson, and the public generally ,tliat
they have succeeded to the Original Wine and Spirit business as
now carried on under the Xuction Room of Mr. A. P. Everett,
near the Custom House. With a large and well-assorted stock on
hand, and with complete arrangements for regularly receiving
the 15 EST AND CHOICEST -WINES and
from the London Docks direct, R. & 1 1, feel assured th.it they
will be enabled U supply not only the best but also the cheapest
goods in the market. '. ... ; . . 32-tf
TTOTICE. Whereas, it appears from an examination of
1 the paiers of Mr. Ruxton, ex-captain of the Protectorate
schooner Rob Roy, deceased on board the Caroline llort, dur
ing the passage of said vessel from Sydney to Tahiti, as well a
from other particular sources:
1st, That said captain had taken, from the hark Julia Ann.
wrecked at the Scilly Islands, the sum of 310 J sovereigns.
2d, That when the Rob Roy was wrecked on the Navigator
Islands, said Ruxton declared that he had not saved more than
42$ sovereigns out 3101 formerly taken, of which fact there is
great doubt, since a great number of . articles of smaller value
were saved. . . -
3d, That it is susectcd that said Jluxton has embezzled, for
his own profit, a part of the, sum saved from the Julia Ann,
wrecked a second time with the Rob Roy ...
The "Commandant Particular," Commissioner of II. I. M
in the Society Islands, has ordered that an inquest be nv.id hy
the Justice of Peace, acting ad interim as Judge of Instruction,
upon the facts above stated. , .
From said inquest, during which Mr. Charlton, second m
command of the Rob Roy, did not appear, by reasdh of absence,
neither the crew, and whose testimony was very important, it
appears: ' . ' - .
That said Ruxton made, at Sydney, excessive expenses, out
of proportion with his situation and with what he was known to
possess when he left Tahiti, .
That, in answer, to one of the witnesses inquiring from Lira
how he was able to spend so freely, he declared that he had re
ceived money as assistance from a Scotch society named
Scotia. . ''
That, after the demise of said Ruxton, 69 sovereigns and four
dollars, as well as some goods and jewelry, were found in his
possession, the origin of which cannot be explained.
In consequence, the Commissioner of H. I. M. has decided
that the present abstract shod be published in the official
newspaper, so that all intercstel parties may present their
claims upon the succession of sai 1 Ruxton, delivered into the
hands of the British Consul, who will preserve it during one year
from this date. .
Papeete, Dec 19, 1S50. .
NEW GOODS FOI! SALE,
TO ARRIVE IER "RADUGA," FROM
Bales brown Drills, do blue do,
Cases Merrimnc, 2, blue Prints, canary Prints,
" Pink Prints, bales Slaterville Denims,
Cases blue Cottons, do Bleached Sheetings,
Bales Ticks, do brown sheetinsrs,
Bolts Duck, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6and S, '.
Cases Denim Frocks and Pants,
Striped Shirts, do Warren Denims, '
Boxes and half-boxes M. R. Raisins, "
Cases assfd Crackers, kitts No. 1 Mackerel,
Kitts Tongues and Sounds, qr. boxes Coil Fish,
Quarter ooxes Salt-water Soap, kegs Nails,
Cases Spirits Turpentine, do boiled Linseed Oil,
M Conways " Rose-bud". Tobacco.
" Men's thick Boots, do do Brogans,"
Bbls. Hickman's Old Bourbon Whiskey, -
" ; Monongahela do, kegs No. 1 and' pure Lead, .
. Kegs extra do, cases and tins black Paint,
Cans of English green do, do Putty, -Ca
" men's sewed calf, goat, leather, calf pegged, leather do
and gaiter Brogans, do goat pump do,
Men's red, black and blue Klipperg, do calf sewed Boot3,
Just received, ex Vaqu ero, kegs pure extra' No. 1 White Lead.
29-tf . J. C. SPALDING.
. CALIFORNIA WINE.
FOR THE SALE OF THE GENUINE
CALIFORNIA WINE, from the Vinyard ofFruhlins&
Co., of Los Angeles, has just received per Yankee cases of Red
and White Wine, which he offers for sale low.
This Wine is highly recommended bv the medical men of Cali
fornia for invalids, and prescribed by them in preference to any
other .- is-tf
E W GOO
Panama Hats, " White Shirts,
Peruvian Hats, 1 Undershirts, -Cloth
Caps, " - . - Drawers,
Silk Gloves, .- . " Suspenders,
Black ILindkprrb?.f3 Pravnfs.
Neck Tios, - . Black Pauts.
"kite "Vests, Frock Coats,
Velvet Vests,' . . Satin Vests,
" t-.i , Silk Vests, - Crape Shawls.
Kid Gloves, &c., &c., &c.
lor sale by GEO. WILLIAMS.
Kaahumanu street, opposite D. N. Flitner's. 22-tf
A,V EJUS TiR E C E I V E D ex Yankee.
Butter, or superior quality, in double packages.
Fresh Baltimore Cove Oysters, ,,:
Fresh Claras, Green Corn, Apples and assorted Meats.
Striped Shirting, brown cotton arid hicory Shirts. 15-tf
flTJOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED-
ja." X'Z nait-ripes superior Holland Gin. ninp-jinr!. limnd.
i 50 Cases Claret Wine, " Haut Talance,"
8 Bbls. Rum, r - -
1 Puncheon fine old Jamaica do.
.V 3 Bbls. pure Spirits,
For sale at lowest market prices by
14'tf - J. C. SPALDING-
II O T Wire Cloth, Stocks and Dies, Lamp Balances,
Pullies and Chains. Glue. Chonninir Trava. P.iint. WWte-
wash and Scrubbing Brashes. Wire Rat Trans. Britannia Ware-
just received and for sale by - tf-24 L W. N. LAPD-
ipiHAIRS Curled maple cane seat chairs; imitate
rosewood cane back and seat rockins chairs, now at ft W
each for sale by .
vJltr . , II. DIMONU.
NAVY RILLS Sc. WHALER'S SILLS taken
the lowest rates by - -
July 1, 1-tf
ROBERT C. JANIOX
LANDS FOR SALE!
MAKAWAO, EAST MAUI--0re Piece d
Land containing 100 acres and one piece containing . s t
acres ; both pieces are well adapted for raising waeai, i ""-J i ....
kind of produce. ; . . s - . . . . . f 7
They will be sold separately, and cheap. Person3 wiwuuj, w.
purchase will please apply to CIIAS. BARsTUW,
B W. FIELD, Agent for the sale of Coffee front
; comb's Plantation would inform the traders that w
constantly receiving Coffee of. the very best quality,
litcomb's Plantation at Hanalej, which he offers for Sale.
N excellent assortment of MASONIC and L. 0. 0.
lia, at reduced prices . nr
29-lt . C. A. & H. F.
S. PLANTERS' HOES Hoe, Pick
' Handles, Garden
cujcuui moss Avose- xooacco, m small boxes,
Dupont's Rifle Powder, in 1 lb cans,
Yeast Powders, India Currie. - i
Shears, Grindstone C-ranHs au - r -s
tf-24-; ' jr-Z. fafM
Scythes, for sale by -
BREAD AXD BISCUIT BiHitlM
' two doors below the Meetine House on the M"bb .IjCj fac
.: riour, fine or coarse, baked on the most liberal tercu j
uiscuit re-uah.en, sc., c. . itwlf "-'"HJ?
Apply at the establishment, or to the undersigncu -
of Sir. Henry Rhodes. ' - s -- , KeCtt
S3-4t t GODFREYRH
CONGRESS WATER !-A superior
For sale bv - nliS-