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tion'against the couple, that I longed" for the moment
to kn-ive when' James Wesley should take the gtand.
When ILinnegan retired,' Mrs. .Wesley whispered to
her husband, and he whispered to the Attorney. The
latter teemed ; .surprised; but , announced that the
prosecution would there rest the easel .
Everybody was surpriscl that the Wesleys were not
called, and my plana were all disarranged. I divined
at once that "Mrs. Wesley had suggested this course
to shield her-husband and herself from cross-examination"
Had the instinct of self-preservation told
her what was coming ? I rose to open 'my" case for
the defence, and. I began by stating that I had inconT
testible 'evidence that a conspiracy had been entered
into to Mast the' character of my client," to enable the
parties in the conspiracy to perfect certain secret
plan, wuicn wouia nil me community wnu uorrur.
I saw that everybody was preparel to Relieve' almost
anything, and determined to waste no time in words.
Soj'lWquested that James .Wesley might be sworn,
and tl eared the' udge to have Eunice Wesley re
moved while her husband was being examined. She
was taken out by the Sheriff, and 1 turned - to ques
tion James Wesley. J '
' James Wesley, said. I, sternly, " how came that
scar on your forehead ?" . '"
Ajs the villain turned ghastly pale, staggered, and
clutched at the railing of the witness-box for support, I
l ieit sure or my man,, ana saiu:
' Answer me, Bob liar man j how came that' scar
0 a your forehead?" '
the uiention of the name " Bob Tlarman," the
wretch fell back" upon his seat and groaned, ' Oh
dont don't bring that agin me !" '
' I thall bring that up and more too, -unless you"
answer me truly about this pretended theft. .Now,
tell me did not Eunict Gregory put those things
in Miss Moutressor's trunk -
' Oh, my God ! how did you know about Funice
G.vegory ? Don't bring that up now. It's gone by
years ago," groaned the wretched man.
' Answer me, then; did not your wife 'put those
things in Miss Montressor's trunk?" "
Yes she did let the girl go, and don't ask me
any more questions. -
The excitement had now become overwhelming,
and the witness was beginning to fear for his bodily
safetya fact I determined to use as an additional
Bcrewr ' I shall ask for little more," I replied, 'as
I do not wish to expose you to the rage of this audi
ence, if you'll answer prompt y. Where isjthe will
that old Mr. Gregory executed, in which he made his
grandchild, Helen Montressor, his heir," and which
he gave her to give to his lawyer when he returned
--tbe will your wife stole from the child as she lay
leeping." ' '.
J Oh, Lord Tit's come at last ! just as I told her it
" W here is the will ? " I'thundered.
r" It is burnt," he exclaimed' but Helen is his
only surviving relation, and the will by which my
wife cot the property is a forged one."
Having achieved everything and not caring to
prolong the painful scene, I asked the District Attor
ney if it would not be best-to dismiss the case. He
cheerfully assented, and Miss Montressor, who, in
her fiush of agitation and thankfulness, looked nioi'e
lovely than ever, was 'released from the custody of
Mr. Mace, and placed in charge of his wife, while
W.'sley and his wife slunk away from public indigna
tion;, t .' ' - -.
ihe excitement was so great the court was riot ad
j urned till 3 P. M., and I was obliged to state, for
the gratification of the crowd, how I had managed to
get on the track of the Wesleys: I told that, many
years before, I had read an account of the murder of
a child. by its aunt, Eunice Gregory, -assisted by her
lover, one Bob Harman, for the purpose of possessing
her niece's estate. In that account it was stated that
Harman, at the time of the murder, had fallen down
an area and gashed hi3 forehead terribly, which af
terwards healed and left a peculiar scar. The hints
T received from Helen's story, and the letter signed
Eunice Gregory; had set-my memory at work, and
when I met Wesley and observed the peculiar scar on
hi forehead, the whole thing flashed upon me, and X
determined to make a bold push to expose them, and
xit only defend Helen agaiust the charge ot larceny;
but wrench from her unnatural aunt the patrimony
tiiat had been withheld from Tier. s . .
; My explanation was received with applause, and a
moveaient set on' foot to have the Wesleys indicted
f perjury; but it was never - carried out, as they
disappeared from .that part '.of the country, and we
all thought it best not to bring them, back for any
p-irpoe whatever. .
Helen secured her estate, ahd.I secured Helen ; and
if you will go home with me, you shall have an- in
troduction to her and the children. That first c"a3e
did the busiuess for me all round, as by if I secured
a great reputation, plenty, of practice, a handsome
Wile, and a" large fortune.
Tlie Tower of Babel uot Diecoreretl Vet ! Tlie
; " Boston Traveler' Story Exploded "
"We are reluqant to dispel so agreeable an illusion
as the discovery of the Tower of Uabel, by bringing
it to the severe test of historical and geographical
seience; but the fact is, that the researches of M. Place
in the great mound at Arbela, though highly interest
ing and valuable, have no more to do with the Tower
of Babel than they have with Bunker Hill Monument.
If M. Place supposes that he has discovered the Tow
er of Bibel at Arbela, he must be, even for a French
man, unusually ignorant of the Bible i and we are at
a loss to conceive how. the reverend, correspondent oC
the Tmreer could for a moment have concurred in
such -a, supposition. His assertion that no locality
was assigned to. the structure, is directly contradicted
by the plain language of scripture : So the Lord
stsattered them abroad from thence upon the face of
the earth ; and they left off to build the city ; therefore
i the name of it called BabeLV -This conclusively
fixes the locality. Babel and Babylon are the same.
The city; whieh in Hebrew is called Babel, ia Greek
is called Babylon. The Tower - of Babel means pre
cisely the same thing as the Tower of Babylon: - Now,
the site of Babylon is well known, and there, if any
where,., we must look, for the remains, cif remains
exist, of the famous tower, ftnd not at Arbela, which
lies .300 miles north of Babylon: The fact that bitu
men, is found; at Arbela, .is of no importance, for,
bitumen-is found in many places in the neighborhocd
of the Tigris and Euphrates, - and is no where more
plentiful than at Hit, on the Euphrates, at no great
distance above Babylon.
On the site of Babylon there still exists stupendous
ruins, preeminent among which . are two vast - piles,
called by the Arabs the Mujelebee and the Birs Nim-.
rod. TJhe travelers who have explored and described
the ruins of Babylon, are divided in opinion as to
which of these piles is entitled to be considered the.
remains of the Tower of Babel. Mr. Rich, by whom
they were first described, in 1811, decided in favor of
the BiwNimrod. , Sir, Robert Ker Porter, in 1818,
advocated the claims of the Mujelebee; and in. this
opifi oa the eminent geographer, Major Rennell, coin
cided, : -Mr Buckingham, a subsequent traveler, came
to the same conclusion with Mr. Rich. And.no man
can say authoritatively who is right, or who is wrong..
The question, in all probability, admits of no decision.
The mound at Arbela, which M. Place has examined,
and which, the correspondent of the Traveler im
agined, him to have discovered, has been long known,
though we believe it has never before been explored.
In 18 11 it was described by Eraser, in his work, on
Mesopotamia and- Assyria, as ' a large artificial
mound, CO or TO feet high, 300 yards in length by
200 in breadth? ThQ aiujeieoee -jaoyiun is iiw
feet high, and the Birs Ninirod nearly ZoU leet high,
or thre,or four times as. high as the ruin of Arbela.
Throughout .Assyria and Mesopotamia there are muU
t'vtudea of ruins equal to, or greater than that at "Ar
bela, with quite as good claims to be considered the
Tower of .Babel, that is to say, with no claims at all.
Frasef.'jw honi. wehave already quoted, speaking of
these ruins,saysl:. .-, !-JY t-.
" 'That 'any portion of the mounds now seen, or the'
site? we have "described, belongs to those earjiest cities
cf hQ world hichare presumed to have been there
erected t wouldjbe more than. I rash lo affirm. pn
the Cohtrary, it xs alxxtcertain that, itt the long
period of more than 4000 years, which have ; elareed
fiince Jfimrod founded his kingdom in Shinaf, every
tsortloriof the original fabric jintist have' mouldered
a A .ul hat the huge mounds which astt)nish
oi in virions parts--sdch as the Birs Nimrod, Akker
Itoof V6rkpft,LMugeyerr Sunkhera,;Zibliyeb, - Jibel
cV IS all to far later, though
still very remote ages; and were temples erected at
the instance of. the Chaldean priesthood, in .the days
succeeding Beber Pult-to the honor of their -various
These' are unquestionably sound. conclusions. It is
idle, at this' age of the worldTto look for remains of
the Tower of Babel, of which the Bible gives no
description whatever, except; that; like all th rest of
the Babylonian edifice!?, it was built, or rather begun
to be built, of bricks and bitumen. Not a single
detail is given by which it could ever be identified
The. evidence in favor of the-authenticity of the
Scriptures has been wonderfully, enlarged and
strengthened, by the recent genuine and . unmistaka
ble discoveries of Assyrian and B-ibylonian antiquities;
' and it is greatly to be desired, that it should not be
complicated or embarrassed by auy thing of a doubtful
or merely fanciful character. Boston jlllas, Jan. 22.
Wish for no ManVAVealtu. I wish I had his
money," said a young, hearty looking man, as a
millionaire passed him in the street. -And so has
wished many -a youth before hirn, who devotes so
much tinie to wishing, that too little is left for work
ing. But never does one of these draw a comparison
between their several - fortunes The -rich man's
money looms up like a balloon before them, hiding
uncounted cares and anxieties, from which they are
free; keeping out-of sight those' bodily ills that luxury
breeds, and all the mental horrors of ennui, and
safety ; the fear of death that wealth fosters, the jeal
ousy of life' and love from which it is inseparable Let
none wish for unearned gold. Ihe sweat by which "t
i gathered is the only sw et by which It is preser c '
for enjoyment, for in too literal a sense it is true, thai
"it is eas'er for a camel to pass through the eye of a
needle, than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of
Wish fur no man's money. .
The health, and strength, and freshness, and sweet
sleep of youth are yours. Yotmg love,, by "day and
night, encircles you. Hearts unsoiled by thedeep sin
of covetousness, beat fondly with your own. - None
ghoul-like-listen for the death-tick in your chamber;
your shoes have value in men's eyes, only when
you tread in them. ' The smiles no wealth can pur
chase greet you living; and tears that rarely drop
on rose-wood coffins," will fall from pitying eyes upon
you dying. ' Be wise in being content with compe
tency. You have, to eat, to drink, to wear, enough ?
then have you all the rich man hath. What though
he fares more sumptuously? He shortens life in
creases pains and aches, impairs his heilth thereby.
What if his raiments be more costly ? God loves him
none the more, and man's respect in such regard
comes ever mingled with his envy. '
Nature is yours in all her glory ; her ever-varying
and forever beautiful fiee smiles peace upon you.
Her hills and valleys, fields and fiowers, and rocks
and streams, and holy places, kiiQW no desecration in
the step of poverty; but welcome ever to their wealth
of beauty rich and poor alike. " "
Be content ! The robin chirps as gaily as the gor
geous birds' of Paradise. Less gaudv is his plumage,
less splendid his surroundings. Yet no joy that
cheers the Eastern beau tj', but comes upon his barren
hills to bless the nest that robin builds. His fl'ght is
as strong, his note as gay, and in his, humble home
the light of happiness shines all as bright, because no
cloud of envy dims it. Let us, then, labor and be
strong in the best use of that we have; wasting no
golden hours in idle wishes for things that burden
those who own them; and couUVnot bless us if we had
them", as the gifts already bestowed by a'Wisdoni that
never errs. Being eontenf, the poorest man is rich;
while lie who counts his millions hath little joy if he
be otherwise. Hunt's Merchants9 Magazine.
HOUSES & LANDS,
TO LiET-'-The new huiMing on Maunakea street,'
second dor from" liberty Hall, containing three rooms
up stair?, cook hous-,weU and ncssjiry on
tes, now occupied as a- retail store by A. Doeuch.
o be given on the 15th of March. -
, For terms, apply to
II. M. WHITNEY,'
35-3 Or CAPT. MOSSMAN.
LAND FOR SAIjE. Thirteen and a half acres
of valu;J)le - land, iyiuj? near Macfurkine's liaths, in
Nuuanu valley. . . . f
Also,, a fine house lot in H onolulu, nearly opposite the
Palace, on King street.
F t information and terms apply to " . -'
S5-tf J. W. MARSH.
FOR RE XT. The Building, 4c, on AUkea
street, forming the makai jortio of the "Freneh lrem-
im.-8." The dwelling house contains five rooins. four of
"which are each fifteen feet square; with cook house, servants'
iioude, pantries, Sac.
Apply to J.C. PFLVGER,
At Ilackf M & Oo 's, - - -v
Ortolili." C. F. CU1LLMJ, .
35-3 ' , , - KaaJiuiuanu street.
TO tjET -The new Cottage on the hank of the river,
alj')iidng the n-sidence of Juhn MK.tgmery, Esq. Jmt
particulars apply to GEO. C. McLfciAN,
U5-tf , Crner of Hotel & Smith Streets.
STORE AND DWELLING HOUSE FOR
S A LE.
The'Store anl Dwelling . Huuse on Kinp: street, near, the
residence ot Capt. Meek, now. occupied by Achaug. The lot ia
45 feet front on King street, running back 135 feet. The store
is 34 f.-et wide and 32 feet deep. In the yard, in rear, ia a good
lwcltiug House, with two sleeping rooms ami one dining room,
with csk-hou3e, vallfy water, kud all conveniences complete.
For terms, apply on the premises to
OFFICES TO LET-Over the shoe store of J. Ii:
Wood, recently occupied by O. llinton, Esq. Apply to
2I-tf - - J. U. WOOD.
FFICE TO LET. The rear Office over the Post
office. En.iuireof (34-tQ II. M. WIIITXE k. .
FOR SALE OR LEASE The old established
Coffee House ou the corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets
Apply to (33-36) , . E.' Bl RGESS. .
TO LET TQ BuiMing lately occupied by Tincent
Grenk-r, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
Street. The lower part is fitted with counter, shelves.
tc. ; upper part fine sleeping room, and fine cellar under same.
' " ALSO " -
TO LET One-half of Che Loft in large Stone Warehouse
on Marine Street : and one-half of Uie Cellar uuder same. :-
Apply to ., (31-tf) . A. V, EVEKETT.
OtJSE AND ROOMS TO LET, Two commo
dious rooms to letv over the store of Messrs. C&stle &
Cooke,, liiufi. street. Also, a superi or dwelling house in th
rear of the above store, consisting cf a hall, two parlors, two
lel-roonis and breakfast "room,- with stable, kitchen, bathing
house .and other out-buildings. Also, a large, pleasant yard. "
... Apply to a ii. -MciiOLSON, .., :
32-tf. " . v On the prenuses. . -
. t . . i
ws W ANTE D A tenant for an unoccupied room,
fv.tj .with u private .family, situated iu a quiet part of the
town, and convenient to the principal business localities.
Use of bath-house, &c. Terms moderate.
Apply to ' A. POTTER, -
; , 30-tf At. the office of thiapaper-
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Heury ltckins-on, Esi.; and located next above the resi
dence of A- II. Dates, Esq., on Auuana Avenue,
Fur terms, &c, apply to (UO-tf) W.C.PARKE.
TO LET. THE DWELLING HOUSE
lately occupied by Capt, Mossmait, on Marine street,
opioslte the Steam Flour MilL For term, .&c., inquire
29-tf . TIIOS. JMOSSMA.N
OFPICBTO LET, fronting on Nuuana street
Apply to . - . . ; v - '
,2-tf - . , . . A. P. EVERETT.
NOTICE. Persons desirous of renting or purchaemg
Ti i 1 111 .1 n . ...it ai . r . .
PES HALLOW & PATr.
LANDS FOR SALE I
IN MAKA WAOi E AST MAUl One Piece
of Land containing 100 acres and one piece containing
43 acres : both pieces &re well adapted for raising wheat.
or any kind of produce.. .--- - . - i ' :
They will be sold separately, aad cheap. Persons wishing to
purchase will please apply to - C1IA5. BARSTOW, t
22-ira - -" Lahaina.' .1
m. TO LEASE IN LOTS. THAT PIECE I
tne su.m vi . x. MOSSMAN & SON,
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE ANT
commodious residence in Nuuanu Valley,, about a mile
and a half from town. Terms moderate. AdpIv to
Honolulu. JuU 1. 1-tf . W. L.GREEX.
TO LET.-A iw story cottage on Alakea street, rear
Hotel street. It has tour rooms, cook house and out
buildings. . For terms apply to, - .i v s -
19-tf . t . , - B. W. FIELD. .
TO LET THE DWELLING HOUSE & PREMISES
- on makai side of Beretanla itreet, lately; occupied by
- Mr. Maxey. --Apply to . - . ' r ' r-? 't. -
Honolulu, July 1,1856-tf u. C. MOSAfiXLAT.
OFFKRS FOR." SALE Of merchandise received
late arrivals; froni the United States, the "following named
articles:' . v L- '
DRY GOODS,' . X
Pina goods, handkerchiefs and dresses, India satins, corah hand
kerchiefs, chriue orange paints, green do, Jaucy -.;
paints, blue drills, bro. drUls, blue ffimnel,
oransre sheeting, green do, sattiueU,
- f Irish- linen, Swiss mull checks, , -
, whiti and grey blankets,.
" '" Seersue'ver oats, white wool shirts,
white wool drawers, fancy calico shirts, 1
brown drill drawers, women's cotton hose,,
men's fancy cotton he, white drill drawers, " "
grey wool shirts, do do drawers, linen check shirts, .
cassimere pants, red flannel shirts, blu; do do, red do drawers,
Hunt's shovel3, " - tinman'i tools,
Hunt's .axes, bars assorted iron, ;
Hunt's hatchets, casks sad iron,
claw u table spoons, ,
cast sterl hoes, cooking stoves,
boiler .iron, tin boilers. - , .
Hemp , " . .
Black paint, '
- j GROCERIES.
Refinel crushed sugar,
. granulated do,
Sandwich Islands do,
Yellow bank' tobacco,
Chiaa Rice, '
Sandwich Islands coffee
NO. 1 SOAt.
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Champagne', quarts, '
" ' pints,
Sparkling Catawba Win, '
lry Catawba Wine, -
" 1 . - - - Monongahela Whisky,
No. 2 Manila cheroots,
Deck buckets. ' '
Sets crockery, - " -'
Wine glasses, '
. Hair - "
. Silk umbrellat.
k Curry combs,
- Scrub brushei
Black silk hats,
. Sil parasols.
Blacking . .
Ox carts, .
Lanterns, -, - . . Tumblers, y
Cattle cards, ' " Horse cards,
- 1 - ''- J and 3 hoop pails,
Pump chains, - "
1 ship's cambosf ,
Yellow metal sheathing, assorted,
" 4 nails, -Two
1 open buggy, -Lackawana
steamboat coals, Charts,
Sets harness, .
Polar Oil, ;
Dyer's healing embrocation,
Fairbanks' patent platform scales, asst. sizes,
44 a gr'icers' u
ONE SUGAR' MILL, complete,
Barrels Epsom Salts, (32-tf) Phials, assorted sizes
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Lady Blessington memoirs, -Travels
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Harper's statistical gazetteer, Tri-colored sketches of Paris,
MeQueens orat rs touchstone. Woods illus natural histry,
Griunell's Arctic expedition, The Russian and the knout,
Farm book and. farm implements, ' -'
Utah anl Mnnmms history of, Bleak house by C. Dickens,
Alison on taste, David Coppernld, by-Chas. Dickens,
Dombey and Son by do, Christmas tales by do,
Newcomes by do, History of the insurrection in China,
Day's American edition book-keeping,
Swiss Family llobinson, 4 vols, Combe's constitution of man
Keith on prophecy. Courtesy by Henry,
Wendell's Blackstone, (4 vols sheep, ; . . -,
Pendeunra by Thackeray, Vanity fair by do, ' . ' ' "
Grey'e geology aoxl structure of the earth,
Vols Ahlxjtt's histories illustrated, Frauconia stories,
Do Marco Paul's travels. Do story books by Abbot,
Morrill's American shepherd, 12 mo, . -Harwell's
engineer's jacket look,
Barne's notes n the gospels. Miss Beecher's receipt book,
Brandes Encyclopedia of science, etc., etc,
Stephens travels in Greece, 2 vols, do do Egypt, do dp,
Do do Central America, do do, do do Yucatan, do do, .
Gerstackers' travels around the world.
Cummings' travels la Central Africa, Robinson Crtlsoe,
History of wonderful invention?, Leigh lluut'rf autobiog.
Webster's royal octavo dictionary, Morse's geography,
liossing's fieM lok of the revolution, 2 vols,
Hues travels iu Claim, Arcaniauism or life in Chile,'
Miss Beecher's letters o i health,
Mon itains aul molehills or travels' in CalifTnia,
Col)b's miniature Lexicon, Gotwlrich's suiters,
Plutarch's lives, 1iwry's universal atlas,
Harjv r's Magazine, bou.id volumes,
Mrs. Sherwood's works 16 vols, Cuvelhelm's amrtomy,
Percy anecdotes, fifteen decisive battles, Christian theism,
Notes on the Sandwich Islands (Haole.), Howe's mechanics,
North American Atlas, Russell's Polynesia,
Humboldt's Cosmos, 4 vols, Pierre or the ambiguities,
Manli and a voyaire thith r, M by Dick orthe whale,
OmH), Itedl'urn, Tj'pee, White. Jacket,
Vls Bthn's classical Library, Hoary Head, '
Lily and the b.-'e," Wilson's Mexico and the Mexican gov't,
Fowler's speaker, Lamb's poetical works, .'.'
Bonner's child history of the V. S., '.-'""
Miss Bunkly life In a convent, Squicr's Central Amrrica,
Learning Uj talk. , f8-tn . II. M.. WHITNEV.
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' Cases Merrimac, 2, Vlue Prints, canary Prints,
" PinK Prints, bales -Sjatefvflle Denims, ' '" ;
Cases blue Cottons, do Bleached Sheetings, " .
Bales Ticks, do br nvn sheetings, " : .
Bolts I Hick, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8,
Cases Denim Frocks and Pants,
" Striped "Shirts, do Warren Denims,"
Boxes and half-boxes M. It. Raisins,:. ' - '
Cases asst'd t rackers, kitts No. 1 Mackerel, "
Kitts Tongues and Sounds, jr. boxes ColTFish,
Quarter tMxes Salt-water Soap, kegs Nails,
Cases Spirits lurpentme.sd-i boiled LmseetKhl,
Conwnys "itose-oud" .Tobacco. '. - .
Mon's thick IJfMits, do 'do Brogans, -
Bbls. Hickman's Old BouTloi,AVhiskey, "
" Monongahela do, kejrs No. I and pure Lead,- -Keg3
extra do, cases nnd tins black Paint,
Cans or English (.Teen do, do Putty; '
Ca.- Hickory Sliirts,
" men's sewed calf, gfat, leather, calf pcggetl, leather do
and gaiter Krogana. do troat pump do, " -
M.en's rel, black and bute Slipr--rs, do calf sewed Boots.
Just received, ex Vaqur.roy kegs pure extra Nn. 1 White Lead.
V. HOFFSCIILAGER ii. STAPEX
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New GARDEN SEEDS; CLOVER do., GRASS do;
Clothing in large assortment, PrintsMuslins,
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Freuch, black and colored Silks and Satins,
Black Cravats and Corahs, Hosiery,
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, ladies' "and gent's Riding Hats,
Splendid House Paper,-
Sadlery, Bridles, Bitts and Safety Stirrups, - -..
- Solar Lamps complete, Wrapping Paper for groceries, r I
Gold Leaf, Tin, Soldering Tiu, Zink, '
, Lead in sheets, Lead tipes, Adamantine Candles, ,
Edam and Swiss Cheeses, Split Peas, Lentiles, , - . T , ,
Pearl Barley, Snuff. Matches of all kinds, - . .-,
4 Bnrton'Ale and Porter, Clay Pipes, - - - '
' Claret, Sauter; , Hock, Muscat, Slerry and Port Wln, :
Paspl)erry and G-ioseberry Syrup,' . ?
Brandy and Hollands Giu in bond, - - - .
Demijohcs and Rehned Salt, '
And a great variety of other merchandise, all of late Importa
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, DICTIONARIES.. - 7.. 1 .
THE SUBSCRIBER hat on hand a fine assortment
of the following styles of Dictionaries r' ' ' -"sJvi - j.
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Academic" "do. . ,
High School dov - . i-VT
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(29-40) B. M. WHITNEY.
WORKS OX THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
BATES' TRAVELS IN THE SANDWICH
ISLANDS, finely iUustrated. , . -
Bingham's History of do. do. . r '
Cheerer's IsUnd "World of th Pacific. " '
. : . Travel In the Sandwich Islands. -
JarVes Scenes and Scenery in-do. do. .
For sale by ".v . ... . t HENRY M. WHITNEY,
18-40,: 7 "7 'Post-Office Building.
fjnRANSACTIOXS OF THE ROYAL II A -
JL..WAUAN AGRICLLTCRAlr -SOCIETY, for the year
1856. VoL II. So. 3 Price 50 cents. J ust published, and for
H. M. WHITNEY
AFFER FOR SALE AN INVOICE; OF
9J ' ENGLISH,- FRENCH' AND GERMAN GOODS,' jus!
' received ier OAHI-, from Bremen, consistuig in part aa fcllows ;
Dry Good, &.c. ' - . ,
Bales mourniug prints, fancy. prints; printed jacccmets,
Printed musliu, muslin robes, muslin de Iaine, spot musun,
Einbroidere! muslin dresses, book muslin, " f
"Ladies' morning ilressos, shirtings white cotlons,
Maddaix)llaus, ginsrhams, cotton drills, platillas, silesias,
, Bed quiltsthibet, linen, linen and woolleu damask,
Cambric shirts, linen table-covtrs and napkuxs,
Woollen fcible and piano covers, ''' ' '
Linen cambric handkerchiefs, &ic., tc. " . - '
Sil?4. &c .
BLwk and col'd watered silk, black and col'd satine.
Silk dress patterns, embroidered crape shawls.
Barege shawls, gauge do., silk and lace mantillas,
Silk maralxmts,' ladies' mantles, silk bed-coxers,
Silk and satin cravats, silk corahs,
Fancy silk and satin ribbons,
Velvet ribbons', ladies silk hosf , silk parasoh,
Silk umbrellas, silk fringes and tassels, &c, &c, &c:
Clot!iiii'4, SfioM &.C
Cloth coats, aliaca coats, cloth pants,
Linen and cotton drill pants, white and fancy vests, .
Flushing pants, geut's Iniots, shoes and lasting gaiters,
Ladies' kid and satin shoes, do. gaiters,
A complete assortment of fancy, col'd and white shirts,
Und r shirts, drawers, silk suspenders, gent's straw hat.
Gent's fine woollen hatsv children's ditto,
Riding hats, &c, &c-, &c.
Crocltery & Glasvarr
Dinner plates, vegetable dishes, meat do., wash bowls,
Covered chambers, butter dishes, cut decanters, tumblers,
Goblets, champagne glasses, claret and sherry glasses,'
Rubic linger cups, &c, &c. .
Iron ti.i'd saucepan?, table bells, bread baskets,
Hand-saws, hand-saw files cork screws, dogs' neck collars,
Wardrobe hooks, butcher knives, peu-knires, pocket do.
Jack-knive?, curtain rings, table spoons, tea spoons,
Needles, razors, scissors, screws, thimbles, &c, &c, &c.
Best En?lish h ogskin-seat saldle?, with stirrups, belts, &c,
complete, bridles, whips, silver-platel stirrups,
Bitts a. id spurs, steel do. do., saddle cloths, &c.
Grocer !?, tV.c.
Encash pickles, capers, mustard, sweet oil, bottled fruit,
"W estphalia hams, Swiss cleese, stearine candles,
Wine vinegar in demijohns, asstd. candies, &c, &c.
Wiiii'M nml Liquors.
Baskets champagne, cases St. Julien, do. Touillac,
Cases Madeira, do. slierry, do. Hock, (H xikheuiies) '
" gla, Holland giu in baskets of 1 doz. jars each,
44 Martell's bnn ty, do. cherry eordiai, do. bitters,
Raspberry vinegar, &c. -PerfiiuM-ry.
Genuine Lubin's extract (warranted), eau de cologne,
Florida water, eau de lavander, extract of musk,
Macassar oil, &c, V:c., &c. ' -
Ct!f-skins, do. Ltquered, lining for carriages, corks,
Houe paper, ladies bracelets, ear rings, breast pins,
Artificial flowers and plumes, oil paintings,
Steel engravings, agate buttons, glass loM silk do.,
Boquet holders, hair brushes, tooth dj., fans,
Looking glasses, patent match loxes, shaving boxes, -Dressing
cases, portmonaies, beds, jwnvder-fiasks,
Havana cigars, linen and otton thread, watch keys.
Foil gold, ladies' footfalls, piano stools, writing paper,
Paier boxes, pocket and memorandum books, ink-stands,
Everpointed iencils, poreupiue pen-holders, wafers,
Sealiiig-wax, toys, Russia cordage, asstd. sizes,
Blankets, &c, &c, &c. '
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1S56. - - - ' ' 11 tf
C. BIIEWEK, 215. ,
e AfS JUST RECEIVED AND OFFERS
for sale, ier late arrivals " . .
B')ls beef and jork, brieks,
Pipe clay, cement, rosin, soap, hams,
Tumblers, fire brick, arch brick, -
Moulding sand, spirits turi?ntine, " -
Bbls tar, pitch, oak joist, pi ue boards and shinglef. ,
An iuroice of rleant, faiicf Crockery and
3LASSWARE, consisting of r
- White iron stone dinner setts,
do ' do do caps and saucers,
do do do handled coffees,
Dark diamond spittoons,
Solar lumps, solar chinmies, -
Past, fluted and painted tumblers.
- ALSO, . '
Gilt, white and colored, porcelain and colored ware for Holl
duy gifts and pnrlr ornaments,
Toy tea setts, licac and white cream and table pitchers,
Parian Arab pitchers, stone j?ipsey pitchers,
Gilt watch boxes, fancy ink stands,
Ornamental image watch Ixixes,
Do cigar loxes, dog cover, do statue cover,
China vases, cijrar standst alabaster boxes, Parian vasei,
f Gilt arrk green chamler setts, -
Uncle Tom's mugs,
Diamond cut decanters, quarts and pinti
do lo champagne goblets, . . . ;
do do wine da- '
Bowls, nappies, French decanters,
Crockery, toilet setts. Hanging entry lataps;
Solar lamps, fancy and plain globus,
Ruby signal lanterns, plain dOj
Ship lamps, l:ilce l;iraps, ,
One ring water bottles, " . . .
Diamond bowlst Brittanla castors. .
ALSO, 7 '
On custom mads shifting top Tew York buggy latest style
' eow- 6-tf
AND FOR SALE, BV C. II. LEWEUS, EX
44 UL.ENCOE," Irom the Tekalet Mills, a splendid assort
ment of Ureguu bjaids, timber and scantling,
' 57,000 feet rough boards 1 Inch,
20.000 44 planed 1 inch boards,"
8,000 " 44 . i 44 - 44 iiiitaMc-for string siding boards.
. 4,110 feet
0 1400 4i
li inch p!ank, ,
O ill l
6,000 feet, 2 inch plank,
21000 . 44 2x4 4'
. 8,000 . 44 3x1
7.000 44 6x4
Pickets and Laths. ,
Daily exacted per 44 CEYLON? '"'"' ',
40,000 feet Eastern pine boards, suitable for house finishing",
and cabin work.
S 0,000 American iine. cfapboards, planed and jointed,
j. 100,0u0 best shaved white cedar shingles, 44 AroosEick
"', braud. " ' ' 6 If."
IMPORTER OF WINES AND SPIRITS,"
H S RECEIVED, P Ell LATEA RRIV-A IS,
the largest and best selected stock of Spirits ever offered
in Honolulu. . .-- ' . ' , .
'MONONGAHELA WIIISILEV, in kegs and barrels, ex Ceylon.
Hit A A Ul, " ' 44
CHERRY BOUNCE, in 1 doi. cases
CH AM PAGNE CI1ER,
HOLLANDS GINV -
STOl GHToN'S BITTERS, in pints and quarts,
DUNBAR'S STOMACH '-BITTERS, ditto,
C Li A RETS OF V AR! O US BR ANDS,
in pint$ and' quarts, Just received ex Emma.
HOCK, ' - ' " ' " u -..
SPARKLING HOCK, in pints, 44 "
44 MOSELLE, 44' 44 . . . 44 '
SAUTERNES f fine quality, in pts. and quarts, 44 ."""
SHERRIES, pale and gddeu, in qr. casks, 44 '
FIN E-OLD-URY, .MADEIRA, 44 V4 , , 44
MARTELL'S BRANDY, (very fine) do, 44
REAL OLD SCHEIDAM GIN, iu cases, of very superior quality
ex jmmtt. - . .-v
GENUINE OLD SCOTCn WJILiKY "in 1 dor., easeex Emma
TT Wliich he offers for sale law, at his Store, near the Post
utnee, . - . - - 14-tf
' SALT ! SALT ! ' SALT !
TIIE PUULOA SALT WORKS,
- For s.'de by the undersigne! in any quantity, delivered in bulk
alongside the wharf or vessel m Honolulu, very superior
PLTLOA SALT !!
The i-roprietor having greatly improved his salt works, he Is
. now preiwirea torurnisn oetter salt, in larger quantities, and
. with greater dispatch than has hitherto been done at the Sand
wich Islands. - - .. .
' Purchasers here and abroad, who. wish fco procure the best salt
manufactured in the PacificoiU do well to enquire for and also
to assure themselves that they receive ihe real Puuloa salt.
- Orders to any aiaount executed with dispatch. - -
For terms apply ta ; - DANIEL 31 0NTG0MERY.
r. -r - ' ; - v . Pauloa Salt Works.
3 lyr .- 4 - . Sandwich Islands.
. V5 NEW GOODS
TJ3RR FRANCES PALMER, FROM SAN
ItT-, FIUNCISCO. Fur sale at low rates :
CLOTHING AND DIf V GOODS j -
Sup blk Cassimere Pants, assorted French Pants, -
Suj)ass'd plain sattineU Pants, plaid Cassimere do
Ass'd Jean and French cottonade Pants, .
Ass't of white and ihney colored Sliirts, -A
few doz fine whfte and Jenny Lind Shirts,
AssM calico figM sliirts, check linen do, Jumpers,
French blouses, blue Deuims, pes Silk-, Pdhgee ndkfs. -PJXJMA
HATS,tx.,kc. . . '
13-tf. - : Toy HOLT & HETJCK.
ANCHORS, CHAINS, LUMBER, A N D
..Crapberries f.-tf sale Jy the agent of th Hudson bay Co..
Juss reoeired ex Brigahtiue Rtcoverv .- ' . T
' 2 Chains,"' - -v---. " '' -
2 Anchors, - 1 ' -- -
19 M. ft. ass'd Lumber. ' '
260 bbls. Salmon, . v
80 hlf. bbls. Cranberries, . "--, ' . "'
j m nicu wiu oe Boitvin jota tq suit purchasers. - X4-tt
SUPEUIORSYIIUP. In kegs and barrels, -:-
-h5n, - - , For sale by : lU'-J.
-tf A. P. KVJSISIT:
. TM&mi AS 4SFElVEIfe,
SIIIl" CHANDLER AND. I2IlOUTEh
KEEPS CONSTANTLV ON II AND IlARn'
WARE, Crockery, Whale Line,- Caks, iVtserred Me'tT
ami every article of Ship Chandlery reqa'ured-by Whale shiw
and other vessels. . - . . . . . . - 1
Ship Cliandliry. Crnfl. Jtc. -
Anchors, Chain CaWes, Hawsers, Anchor SJiAckles
Chain and T'jpsai Sheet Shackles, Wi-ul lass "Nippers and
Brakes, Ships Cambooses and Coppers, -v .-.'
Extra Stove linings and Grates, Russia Iron Bake Pans.
Small Cabin Stoves, JJoat JJ-tarda Masu ad Timbers. "
Oars, BoatJI wks. and - Anchors,. io.'4t Cutting and Head
-Spades, HarpisT Guj Irjns, Jmc"T Lance poles.
Spade Poles, Grains GHfTs, Pikes, R wlncks. '.
Composition Gu lgeonsr Bat Corks, Can avd Sister Hookg.
Hjoks arul Thimbl-s, Open and WeMel Thfmbl..
Dead Eyes, Bulls Eysf. Leading Tracks, Ships Scrapers,
Leaning, Boarding, B t t and l;iuher Knives.
Mincing Kniyes, f r Miaciitg Mnehln-s. .
Pitch and Try Pots, Crow Bars, (steel pointed)
Boat Ruffs and Clinches, F; - Ilrns, Do'k Lighta.
Hardware A: TooIm.
Side Lights, CaulkjTig'Ir'Jris, -MarHn5fpilf.rTI.lrd-p!k-es.
Handcuffs, Rigging Screws, Ringing ni i'ump. Leather. -.
,-Boat Hatcliets, Saw S ts, Pat.uu Sau- Si,
Tlane Irons, Lmg and Short Jointers". j .
Double and Single Ire Planes, Match, Bead Plow i'iines
Cut box FillUter Planes, Sash aud.Coping I'Lyjes
Grecian Ovelws, IUnd.ctws, C. S. Bucksaws. .
Compass Saws, Woii Saws, dodo frai.H'd.-
Hunt's C. S. Handled Axes, Br I arid Narr v- xs - -
Axe Hatchets, -Bnwul Hatchets, Nail llniitiu. rs C. Js.'strau'd
Nail Hammers Adze eye,' Tack li immtrs .'.'L.
Coppering Hammer-P-ritrht Sai IL rs lo Drawip Kuive
Blocks, Pat. Bushml, I'ouble, Sluvrl v, Davit k Cat'do.
Iron Strapped Blocks, tc.ju'Ii(ps, .Mat do. -
Bushed Sheaves Ir:i, do LignumVitie.
Jib, Fly Jib and Stay -Sail niiks,-ll i.id Po'i;ns.
Copper Oil lumps, Lpperand L twer Pump Box-.
Chain Punches, Top Mauls, Bright & BJrck Screw Wrenches.
Bench & Hand Vices, Firmer, Mortice, :. : i S-tcket Chiscli.
Firmer & Mortice Gouges, Large Small Pincers.
Drawing Knives, Compasses, Screw Drivers.
Braces & Bits, Auger & Center Bits, Eng. Augers.
Spike, Nail, & Ruling Gimblets, Wxl ic Irii Sp.tkeshaves.
Stee &. Try Spu.ir.s, Plumbs k Levels. Sliciuz Beveli.
Mortiec Guages. Box Wood Rules, ff iur foils).
Board Measure. Box Wood Rules, B.tx Wood Calliper Rules
Fine Ivory Rules, Grindstones, Sand Paper.
Grindstone Cranks, (with rollers complete).
Oil Stones, Whetstones. Riflestones. Sandstones.
Sanded-WojkI Rifles, Axe, Auger & Chisel Handles.
Brass Butt, Stop, & Key'd Cocks; Pat. .Molasses Gates.
Eng. Steelyards, Improved Sprimr Km lances.
Svlf Shutting Gate lliirjitis, Horse FJcMnts, Halter Chain?.
Brad, Belt, Peeing c Sewing Awls, Col & ruh Hooks.
- Gun Flints, Urop & Buck -Sh-.t, BnU-t Moulds.
Cannon & Cannister Powder, Powder Flasks.
Percussion Caps, Shot Pouches.
Eixmy & Boxwoo.1 Pricker Pads, Ssdl Hooks & Pricken?.
Bed Keys, liedstead Screws, Charcoal -Furnaces.
-Pat. Smoothins Irons, (self heating), Sad Irons & Stand.
Pat. "save all candlesticks, Brass Binnacle Lamps.
- Solar side Lamps, Glass Lamps. ","'
Britannia Swing & Stand Lamps, Brass' Swing fc Ein'cle do
Large Signal Lanterns, Copper Guard. "
Gkje do do do
Cone "do do do
Tin Lamp Feeders, Cotton Wicking, Solar Wicks.
Chalk Lines, -Chalk Linelteels, Cotton Clothes Lines.
' Clothes Line Hooks, Brass' Lamp Hooks, do Cabin do.
Brass Knobs, do Buttons, do Rack PulMes & roller ends com
tk Sash Fasteners,, do Socket Bts, do Barrel do.
Iroir Barrel Brass Neck bolts," do straight do do
Brass Flat do Brass Padlocks, do Chest Locks, Iron do do
Iron Padfneks, Box Locks, Rim Dead Lock. '
Chain Spring 1kUs, IroTj-& CopjKir t:icks.'
- Finishing ami Floor Nails, Finishing Brads.
- Ceiling, Boat, Clinch, Timber, Lap s,nd WihkI end Nails.
Foot Nails, Cur do assorted, Wrought do do.
Wrought Spikes, Eng". Scuiier-Nail3, Am. do do.
- Composition Sheathing Nails, do do Coppering do.
Brass Gimlet Screws. Iron dof do,do Wire. Brass do & Butt,
Iron Butt. Iron Gate Hinees, Composition Straf. Hinges.
BUnd Fast and Hinges, Backd fla'nd Tabh' Hinges.
Hand Bells (all sizes), Sheet Lea I, Brick Trowels.
C. S. Shovels and Garden Hoes, do Rakes and Spades.
' Ruffs and Clinches (for hose), Brass Curtain Rinsrs.
- Flat and half round Bastard Files, Cabinet Rasps.
Four square. Rat tail. Pit Saw.' and Taner Saw Files.
Half round Wo id andiron Kasps, Log Slates.
Slate Pencils, Lojr and . Account Books.
MemoraiHlum, Pass, aihi Cargo Books! "
- Fiue Buck and Cocoa Cai-vers. Table and Butcher Stee
Butdiernives. Table Knives' and Forks.lfcuors.
Sheath, Jack, and Shoe Knives, do Nippers.
Razor llones and Straps, Lather and Hair Brushes
Dressing Coml, Fine Ivory To ithl, Fine Scisstirs & Sheari.
Glaziers Diamonds, Sign Gold Leaf. Suwarrtnv Spurs.'
German harps, Steel Pens, Penholders, Letter & Bin Paper.
Account Sales Paper, Black Ink in bottles, do in bbls.
tuiei nair l'encn, sasn xoola
Paint, oils Sc Naval KiortM.
CorIn;'e. - - -
Prorinfoii. & On bin Stores. "
Cror''rr A.-- ' - .
- - Carpenter's & Cooper's Tools.
Nautical 1 n!rtiiirii'. Src.
Slopt Sc Gcuteol Clothing, jy 1-tf
FOR SALE BY THE UNDEUSIGXED
. Cotton duck 3m. 1 to It): anchors and chhins,
'Russia and Manila cordage, to 7 i.;ch;
Beef and pork; medium bread: Luttr in keps;
.Towliues'j bbls salted tongues; Ciiserf preserved meats;
Cases preserved greea peas; caes preserved green corn;
Cases assorted sauces; vtises assorts! Eogosh pie fruiU: '
- - Ca83a .assorte.1 Eughsh pk'kbs; cases claret wiue;
- Caws o!iv oil; rurthifc t'alls$
Cases men's s?oat bnvans; cases men'4calf brogans; -Cases
womeu's shoes denim pant and frocks;
Hardware of all Kinls; cmckery of all kind?;
Glassware and cutlery; gr ot.-iil-s ofsll descriptions;
Dupont's powd:r in 1 lb e.uis; .
. Cane-andwootl seat chair3, varimis patterns " '
' Bales monkey jackets; bales thick pants; ' - "--
Bales blankets; rolls Brussells and t.'iwstry carleti; "
- Ships cambooses and c;iin staves;
- Teav Clffee; suxar; assor'ed spices; -
isols JNew .nglani rum,
' Cases Martell Lrundy,
Bids pure spirit, - - -Half
V Iii Bond.
Boat anclors; wlialing jre ir; blk asortM siz?
Corn and hickory brooms: bales wrapping papTr-, '
- Boxes chocolate hair, paint and whitewash brushes;
Thin clotliiug of allini;
- Aud a variety of articles adapted -to the retail trade
- , ----- r-;. ALf,v ... .
: Balesdenims; blue drills; saddlery, assorted.
20-tf- - ; - j. c. SPALDING
TTOTICE, "VVJier-as, it appears fr c-m p.n examination of
IX the papers of Mr. Buxton, cx'-oapfciia f the Pr tecu,ra!
schooner Rob Roy, deceased on hoard th- Caroline 'orf, dur
ing the passage of said vessel from Sydney to Tahiti, as well a
from other particular sources: - -
1st, That said csptahUiad tiken, from the bark Julia Ann.
wrecked at the Scilly Islands, the sum of 3I0 sovereljrns.
2d," That when the Rob Roy was wrecked on the Navigator
Islands, said Ru.vton declared that he-tad not saved more than
42 sovereigns out 2J0i' fonnerly taken, of which fact there ir
great doubt, since a great humler f articles of smaller value
were Saved. - "; ; - ' '
" 3d, That it is suspected that said Ruxton has embezzled, for
his own profit, a part of the sum saved from the Julia Annf
wrecked a second time with the Rob Roy ; '
The tt Commandant Particular," Commissioner of IL I. M
in the Society IslandsT.has ordered that an inquest be made by
the Justice of Peace; acting ad interim as J udge of Instruction,
upon the facts above stated.
From said ino,ust, during which Mr. ChuHton, second' in
command of the Rob Roy, did not appear, by reasan of absence,
neither the crew, and whose testimony was very important, it
That said Ruxton made, at Sydney, excessive expenses, out
of proportion with his situation ami with what lie wa known to
possess when he left Tahiti.
" That, in answer to one of the witnesses inquiring from him
how he was able to spend so freely, he declared that he had re
ceived inouey as -assistance from a Scotch . society named
That, after the demiseof said Ruxton, 63 sovereigns and four
dollars, as well as some goods and jewelry, were found in Lis
possession, the origin, of which cannot be exi4ained.
, Isi consequence, the 'Commissioner of II. I..M. has decided
that the present attract should be -published la the official
newspaper, so that all - interested parties may present their
-claims upon the succession of said " Ruxton, delivered Into the
hands of the British Consul, who will preserve it during oue year
from this date. - .
Papeete, Dec 19, 1353 ' ,
V CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
A SUPERIOR 'ASSORTMENT, comprising the
following variety : V t. ...
Crates conuinmg white Granite Plates (soup and dining)
Do. do. Breakfast L).riodo. Soup Tureens,
- Blue do. do., white do. Suga Bowls, ..''
.; m Do. do. Coverel Butter Dishes, Ho. do, Chambers,
w Hdld., Coffee Cups, Rarringta Pitchers j
Toilet sets, complete, white Granifi Bakers.
Io. do. Dishes, assortel sizes,
- "'. Yellow'' Iron-stone" Nappies, extralaive si,"
Cut ami pressed Tumblers and Wine Glasses, Goblets,
. "Britannia and plated Tea And Coffee Pots,
- Mugs, quart, pint, and half-pint Bowls 1 4
For sale low by ' (7fctf) ; . . . JC. SPALDENG.
SUPERIOR FURNITURE' '
ITT0R SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, 2 large-Mahogany
AL Sideboards, very superior, 1 smaller one,' do. do., Chest of
Drawers Mahogany; Bureaus do., Toilette Stands do., and Rose
wood, Card Tables, do., Arm Chairs, Rocking do.; Heavy R3e
wood Extension do.. Parlor Chairs of variolar vttprn. Mirrors
lr different sizes, Hat and Umbrella Stands. Coctaee and Horizon-
mm rtiiuuiijrbea ui ccieiTaLwr.jiajcera. - Alio a splendid assor
ment of new pattern Housepaper with border. : . .
Julyl. l-tf. . . - VON- HOLT & HETJCK '
rTTPn,AL'1- PERSONS INDEBTED TO
1 -HENRY-MACFARLANE, of the CoMMERriAi. Hotki
.Honolutu, -and the Coxmkri iib Brn.iAR" 'SaiAm and Rss
Tu CRANT at Ljliiaina". are hereby notified1 ta make payment to
the undersigned ? and all persons w ho have claims on the bve
named HENRY MACFARLANE, . are requested UorpresenC
accounts to the undersigned duly- appointed-ageots ft th
settlement of bis aUalra, , .JL4 EVERETT, -
, , . . -x.- : GODFREY BJIi)J
"R71PSOM SAINTS For sate by
Marking, Paint, Whitewash, Dust, Scrub, FloorTar."
- IF. ........ If t tr -v. - " . "
ioi3 MUMir?, tiorse iane tomtis, Currs Combs.
-Birch aud Corn Brooms," Cocoa Broom Stuff.
p. XT. FTKLT-