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Launch op the Great Eastern. It is expected
that the steamship Great Eastern will be launched
in u-izi next, but several months must elapse after
that before she can be made ready fur sea. The
amount expended on her up to the present time is
about 2,000,000; and an additional sum of iOU
000 will probably be required to complete her.
The new iron steamer, Circassian, a model vessel,
which was to have sailed from Liverpool 7th of March,
had not arrived at the latest dates. It was expec'. x
that this vessel would cross the Atlantic in time to
telegraph her news in seven days from the date of
her departure from Liverpool. If she sailed on the
day for which she was advertised, she has disap
pointed the expectations of her owners, and will
scarcely be ranked as a model.
The veteran Gen. Wool had been received in Troy ,
N. Y. with distinguished honors. He was met on his
arrival by five or six thousand of the inhabitants,
and was by them enthusiastically cheered and es
corted to his residence, attended by a band of music.
Here, after" he had exchanged congratulations with,
his family, he was addressed by the Mayor and wel
comed to his home in behalf of the citizens. The
General replied in a brief speech. The affair seeit
o have passed off to the gratification of all
FaozEN. The Washington Union says that one of
the cold fish, in the capitol reservoir caught near the
urface of the water at the commencement of the cold
weather, was frozen in the ice, and remained in- a
torpid state until the warm weather in February
releised it from its icy prison, when after lying on
the surface upon its side for a while a slight motion
commenced in its side fins, which continued to increase,
until it slowly moved off to join more comfortable
fellows below the reach of frost.
Fast Traveling The New York Central Rail
road Company are said to be making arrangements
to run an express train during the summer, in con
nection with the Hudson River Railroad, from New
York to Buffalo in thirteen hours. The distance is
443 miles, and the train must run about forty miles
an hour, exclusive of stoppages.
Improvement in New York City. The city of
New York has contracted with the drivers of the
.street-sweeping machines to have the streets cleaned
at night, by machinery, the most convenient time
and means for such work. On Monday night, when
the machines were put in operation, a mob drove
them off, and would not let them perform the labour.
Nevada Territort. A late California paper men
tions information having been received from Wash
ington, D. C, to the effect that a bill was in prepara
tion by Senator Douglas for the formation of a new
territory on the eastern boundary of California, to
consist of all Western Utah and Northeastern New
Mexico, from the Oregon line to the Colorado river.
The name intended for it in Nevada, taken from the
great Sierra which lies on its western boundary.
The bill did not, however, see the light, as the pressure
of business in congress, prevented action on the forma
tion of new territories. The next congress will pro
bably pass bills for the organization of this as well as
several other new territories at the west. Boston
Canaries. It is calculated that fully 20,000
canary and other singing birds are annually sold in
New York. This trade is almost entirely in the hands
of Germans. The importers make their purchases in
Europe about the first of August, from the peasants
in the vicinity of the Hartz mountains, who raise, as
a pastime, their stock of canaries, linnets, finches,
black birds, thrushes, and other song birds. Males
are sold in the mountains for $1 to $1 25 each.
The importers have recently returned with a portion
of their stocks, and it is estimated that 12,000 birds
are now in that city for sale.
The Richest Community in the World. The
Washington Star recently mentioned that the result
of the late sale of the Delaware (Indian) trust lands
was $470,000. The same paper adds that the lands
sold were only those comprised in the eastern division
of this great reservation. The western division is
now advertised to be sold. That contains some 350,
000 acres, and will undoubtly bring an aggregate at
least of 600,000. The tribe are also the owners of
a home reservation almost immediately adjoining
Leavenworth city, forty miles long by ten broad,
that would sell to-morrow readily for $10 per acre;
or an aggregate of 83,000,000. Thus their total
wealth, independent of personal property and some
of them are men of considerable individual means is
about $4,070,000. They number in all some nine
hundred" souls; and from the real estate described
above are worth on an average of $4,440 per soul; or
$22,200 to each family of five persons among them.
End of the World at Hand ! Paris is very
much excited by an astronomical controversy at
which all do not laugh ! The two most eminent
astronomers, the one of France, the other of Germany,
.t fwrgning -whether the world is to come to an end
on the thirteenth of June next ! All the scientific
world, it appears, have long been uneasy at the ap
proach of the Comet to our earth; and though it is
conceded by the disbelievers that the contact must
take place in June next, they argue (or Mons. Babi
net, the French Astronomer, for them;) that, as
Comets are but atmospheric affairs, it will not
materially affect us. The German, on the contrary,
say that it will not merely be the passing of a gen
tleman who smokes,' but that its center is solid fire,
and that the surface of the earth will be turned into
a sea of fiery lava, by this formidable cigar ! The
Millenium, of course, is to turn out a fiction, and
Mr. Barnum will barely have time to get well of his
billious fever. We beg new subscribers to keep send
ing in their subscriptions in advanc disinterestedly
reminding them that the less paper they have about
them, the later they will be, of course to catch fire.
The One Hundred mile Race. The greatest
race on record, probably, and the most brutal cad
cruel, took place on Wednesday last. The course the
Turnpike from Albany to Whitesboro, in New York
States a distance of 100 miles. The purse was
$1,250 a side. The match was made by Mr. Dalton
of Springfield, Mass., who named his horse Boker,
with Mr. Taylor, who selected the New York horse
Doctor. The horses were driven in light sulkies by
Dalton and Taylor. They left the Exchange, Albany,
at 5 o'clock a. m.
arrived at Fonda, 44 miles at
9.15 a. m. ; at Fort Flam, bo miles at iu.o a. m.; at
Little Falls, 74 miles 12.17 p. m.; the Albany hor&e
Boker, 2 minutes ahead. Passed Ilion, 83 miles at
1.10 p. m., the Albany horse 5 roils ahead. Between
Frankfort and Schuyler, Dalton stopped and Taylor
passed, and then lay by 2 hours; he again started
feeding his horse as he walked, with hay. Dalton
again started, aDd at Utica the Taylor horse was only
4 minutes ahead. Taylor teached Whitsboro, 100
miles, 5.30 p. m. in 12.30 from Albany. Dalton only
reached Yorkville. Of course Doctor won and Boker
lost. Both horses were jaded out, but ate, drank
and could stand up. Otsego Republic.
Lake Ontario in the Time op Noah. Mr. H.
Skeel sends us a communication from South Butler,
Wayne County, N. Y., in which he makes a very cu
rious and interesting statement. Premising the ac
count of his discovery" with the generally received
supposition that the surface level of Lake Ontario
was, ages ago, several hundred feet higher than its
present position, and of course that its waters sub
merged many miles of the country now surrounding
it, and which is now covered with cities and villages,
ie says :
I have discovered the former outlet of this Lake
when it occupied its ancient territory and before the
St Lawrence had a being. Ihave proofs incou-troibie-
on this point, and by them are convinced
"beyona doubt of the truth of what I have stated.
This ancient outlet emptied the waters of Lake Onta rio
into the Valley of the Mohawk, at or near the lo
cality of Rome, Oneida County, thence into the Valley
of the Hudson , and from there into the Atlantic. This
discovery is the result of actual observations made at
the point of egress from the ancient lake where 1 was
located as pastor of a church in Northern New-York."
V. Y. Tribune.
The Pearl Fishery about Paterson. Quito an
txcitement has for the past fortnight existed in the
Pper part of this city, owing to a sort of pearl mania.
nS? parties a few weeks since, in examining the
brool0f-the fresh water clams which so abound in tho
mon L1U ths vicinitv discovered a pearl of uncom
wer .1 an(! beauty. Upon further searching othen
numhlf1?1 and the fact rmng known, quite a.
"oer or our townsmen got wild upon the discovery.
It was found that not all of the clams possessed the
treasure, yet tuite frequently the large ones were
compelled to disgorge the coveted prize, and a fair
number of pc-rh were secured. About three hundred
pear I j have been gathered, and one, which is as large
as a big marble, is said to be the finest ever seen.
This is in the hands of Mr. J. Quackenbush, who took
it to New-York, had it examined, and, it is said,
refused an offer of $200 for it. A great number of
poavla are found of about the size of small peas. On
Su.iday quite a number were in the brooks between
Peterson and Little Falls hunting for the pearl-secret-irjr
shellfish. These muscles or clams are very
Mineral in most cf the brooks of New-Jersey; but
whether the perrl is to be found wherever the clams
grow is somewhat doubtful. There may be something
it tlie soil or water in this locality to encourage the
secretion of the pearl, which does not abound in
other places, l et the clams are the common ones to
be found in nearly all fresh water creeks, and it may
be that New-Jersey is to be henceforth noted for its
pearl fishery. Paterson Guardian.
A J ewish Wedding. We copy the following from
the London Times , not only as a specimen of aris
tocratic wealth and profusion, but for its description
of the Jewish ceremony at weddings. It has its
On Wednesday afternoon, the 4th instant, (March,)
a marriage was celebrated with great pomp and
3plendor at Gu inersbury Park, near Chiswick, the
country seat T Baron Lionel de Rothschild. The
contracting parties were the representatives of the two
great or rather greatest firms of the Rothschild
tangly the bride being Miss Lonora, the eldest
daughter of Baron Lionel, and the bridegroom Baron
Alphonse, the eldest son of Baron James Rothschild
The r-eddinc repast was laid out in two large rooms,
one of which was specially built to the dining-room
for the occasion. Both were decorated with exquisite
taste and snlendor. The walls were covered with
i.irge mirrors, with ornamental trellis work between,
up which weri twined long garlands of flowers, lilies,
wreaths of cringe-blossoms, and other emblematic
tiora suited to the occasion. The outer saloon wag
lighted from the roof, which was entirely composed
of glass, over the panes of which were strained Cut
tings of white and pink silk in the form of a Maltese
cross. The subdued roseate hue shed into the cham
ber beneath produced a most beautiful effect. Tables
were ranged along the whole length of both apart
ments, and, but that in this age of progress tables
turn instead of groaning, we should have expected
them to remomstrate at the weight of silver which
was piled upon them. Great C3nter pieces, epergees,
candelabras, race-cups, and missive tankards, flower
vases, and the chefs d'eeuvre oi Sevres, Dresden, and
Worcester, strewed the board jn rich profusion. Tho
wedding cako, tci-j- luarvel of sugar architecture,
was in the center at the top, upon a salver, which for
size and weight might have dene duty as a shield for
; Achilles, whi?.e behind the seats of honor rose up a
buftet of gold plate a background quite m keeping
with the gorgeousness of the whole scene. The covers
Wi-e laid for fourteen hundred. Only the plate of
th? family wa3 used. We cannot hazard a guess as
to either its weight or value, but it must be enor
The bridal presents, both in quality and variety,
were more than sufficient to have stocked an Eastern
i bazaar; so a mere glance at the most prominent must
suffice. Breakfast services, as usual, distinctly pre
vailed, there being some five or six of them, all of
silver, except one set from Mrs. Montefiore, which
was of massive rtandard gold, enriched with the most
elaborate cha?mgs. To this princely gift succeeded
a long row of candlesticks, gold and silver filagree,
and enamel ivory workboxes, lace, fans, jewelled but
tons, prayer-books, bound in gold and jewelled,
escutoires of buhl and marqueterie, more breakfast
services, and a lace parasol. The latter was in a
kind of jewel-case ; the handle was covered with ser
pents of rvibies and diamonds, and the tip of each rib
was formed of an cval-shaped emeraldjand large pearl.
Arranged on a table by themselves were the jewels,
a dazzling pile, all given by different members of the
Rothschild family.. Close by these, and in a well
merited place of honour, were some humble but beau
tifully worked lirtle presents from the scholars and
pupil teachers of the Jewish free school.
Shortly before three o'clock the guests who were
invited to be present at the ceremony began to arrive.
The visitors assembled in the drawing-room, where
Dr. Adler, the Chief Rabbi, assisted by Mr. Archer
and Mr. Green, prepared to perform the ceremony
according to the rites of the Jewish religion. A vel
vet canopy, supported by four of the bridegroom's
garcon's d'honneur, was placed at the upper end of
the room. The bridegroom was then led in by his
nearest male relatives, and placed under the canopy.
The bride, who till then had remained in her apart
ment, descended to the salocn, attended by no less
than sixteen bridesmaids, all attired aliko in white
dresses, trimmed with light blue, the bride wearing
the usual lace dress and orange blossoms. At the
door of the saloon she was met by her mother, who,
assisted by the bridesmaids, completely envelop-ed her
whole figure and person in a veil which reached to
tho ground, and which is worn in compliance with
the scriptural verse in Genesis relating to Rebecca.
She was then conducted to the saloons with the same
forms as the bridegroom, and placed under the
canopy. The Chief Rabbi having pronounced a most
eloquent exhortation to each, the service was com
menced in Hebrew. The betrothed then drank a cup
of wine and water, and the bridegroom, taking the
ring, placed it on the bride's flower, repeating in
Hebrew slowly, Behold, thou art betrothed unto
me, with this ring, according to the rites of Moses
find Israel." The marriage contrict was then read,
' and prayers resumed; the betrothed again drank a
glass of wine between them, and the glass being laid
on the ground empty, the bridegroom crushed it with
I his foot, all the relations at the same time wishing
(m Hebrew) that the marriage might be happy, and
the bride and bridegroom be as irrevocably joined as
the pieces of glass were sundered.
CARDS OF SIGNALS
Tor sale at the Pott Office. Price $1. Sl-3t
ALL PERSONS HAV1XG CLAIMS OR DE
mands of any kind whatever aeainst the Estate of the
i late Hon. W. L. Lee, are hereby requested to prevent the same
without delay, to the undersigned ; and any person having books
;r other property belonging to said estate, will deliver the same
j tho undersigned.
CH 3. R. BISHOP, Executor.
Honolulu, June 17, 1857. 61-4t
nrilERE WILL BE AN EXAMINATION
8. of the Honolulu Free School on FRIDAY, the 19th inst., at
he Swhool House on King street, commencing at 11 o'clock A.
M., closing at 1 o'clock P. M. The exercises will conclude with
ED The public generally are invited to atteud. 51-lt
TfUAPTS OV TUTT". IIVITRTI STATES in sums
j iL' to suit, for sale by
STATE OP ALLEN Sc CO. The EsUte of Allen
A & Co. will pay the third dividend, amounting to five per
cent, on the amount of clai:ns, THIJ DAY, Thursday, June 18,
at 10 o'clock, at the office of Mr. Marshall.
J. F. B. MARSHALL,
C. BREWER, 2d,
nHE UNDERSIGNED intends to leave this king-ol-It
FM1IIE UNDERSISNED, Ahoi, Alau, Ahshara, and
a Ahsing, hereby give notice that they have formed a part
nership under the name of Ahoi, Ahsing & Co., for a general
idrniiig business, on the land of Eft-hana, Koolauloa, Oahu.
A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against
JSL the late firm of MEDAILLE & BOUCHER, partners in tha
Eest&urant business, in Honolulu, are requested to send in the
H-;me to the undersigned, without delay.
47-2m J. w- MARBH, Assign
THE PALL SEASON.
IS. W. FIELi
WOULD MAKE KXOW3T TO THE Mer
chants, Traders and Planters of the
That he will receive, by the American ship
" HARRIET & JESSIE,"
That left BOSTON FOR HONOLULU ON APRIL 1st, and
expected to arrive about August 15th, a full and complete
assortment of MERCHANDISE adapted to the require
ments of the trade at these Islands.
SALES "TO ARRIVE" WILL BE MADE.
The assortment consists in part of the following named artf
Cases Boston denims, Cases all pink print,
Iladley denims, Fancy prints, asstd
Apron checks. Bales Keswick Ginghams,
Fancy alpaccas, Bales old Cavendish cottons,
Black alpaccas, Trusses Mackinaw blankets,
Black and gray prints, Trusses Eagle blankets.
Bleached cotton, Bales gray twilled flannel,
Pink prints, Red twilled flannel,
Manchester cottonades, Bay State felting,
Sagamore spools, Linen carpeting,
White sewing cotton, Shetucket striped checks,
Blue sewing cotton, Shetucket aBstd stripes,
Linen thread wh k blk. Ticking,
Cotton umbrellas. Cases prints, plain shades assd
8ilk parasols assd pat'ns Blue prints,
Richmond 30-in prints, Orange prints,
Globe blue drills, Bleached sheetings,
Globe cotton flannels. Oil carpeting, asstd,
AsstdRobRoy, ; Whex ex palm leaf hats,
Blue drilling, Very superior Maracaibe
Fine blue sheeting, hats,
Hamilton prints, Leghorn Bd F B hats,
Merrimac true blues, as Canton bound hats,
sorted prints, Wool bats,
Merrimac pink prints, Black wool hats.
Soots and Shoes.
Men's thick double soled boots,
" Goat pegge I brogans,
44 Kip brogans, lined and bound,
' Fine calf Oxford ties,
Gloved legged Oxford ties, patent fox!,
Urah cloth Oxford ties, natent foxed.
Black cloth Oxford ties, patent foxed.
Enameled sewed Downings, eyed,
Black sewed lasting Downings,
Enameled patent pumps,
Brogans, assorted styles,
Congress boots, assorted.
Extra fine calf boots,
" Kip boots.
tMiUes' fancy buskins,
A Morocco boots, plain,
Morocco boots, colored,
Kid Congress buskins,
1'atent tipped buskins:
41 Bronze buskins,
Yard laces, tipped,
Gaiters, assorted styles,
14 Bootees, assorted styles.
Slippers, assorted styles,
44 Congress boots.
Children's shoes, assorted patterns.
Extra Superfine Suffolk County Mill Flemr,
Barrels Haxall flour,
Barrels best Carolina head rice,
Kegs Carolina head rice,
Boxes best refined leaf sugar, -
Ilf barrels best crushed sugar,
Ilf barrels best granulated sugar,
Ilhds superior butter,
Ilf barrels dried apples,
Cases English Dairy Cheese,
Cases pineapple cheese,
Cases refined lard.
Cases prunes in glass jars,
Baskets superior olive oil,
Cans dried currants,
Boxes ground pepper.
Boxes ground ginger,
Boxes ground cassia,
Boxes groundes, cloT
Boxes ground Pimento,
Boxes ground Cayenne,
Boxes ground mustard 4
Cases Pembroke salt,
Boxes Jay's tobacco,
Cases American tobacco, . ,
Cases Cavendish tobacco, birdseye,
Cases Cavendish tobacco, Victoria Regina,
Cases fine kiln-dried meal,
Boxes Castile soap,
Kits No. 1 mackerel,
Kegs white beans,
Baskets Ivvoy champagne, qts,
Boxes salt wster soap, -
Barrels Turk's Island salt.
Cases milk biscuit,
Cases ginger snaps,
Cases water crackers,
Cases butter crackers.
Cases soda crackers,
Pipes superior figs,
Boxes summer savory,
Boxes sweet majoram.
l full ascorttnentt
inds, assorted colors.
Extra brooms plain,
Rattan brush basket,
Hf bbl staves and heads,
Nests Ilingham buckets,
Nests Ilingham boxes,
Rattan market baskets,
Willow market baskets,
Painted cedar pails,
Complete dinner sets.
Complete tea and coffee sets,
Complete toilette sets,
Demijohns, hf to 3 gala,
Assorted wine glasses,
White stone mugs,
Hardware and IVaval Stores.
Boxes glass, assorted sizes,
Kegs Fairmount pure white lead.
Improved cooking stoves complete,
-American cook stoves,
Casks nails, assorted sices,
Bales navy oakum.
Bundles sheet iron,
C S planters hoes.
Eagle planters' hoes,
Pocket knives, Best German harps,
Patsnt pad locks. Calking irons,
Marlinespikes, Cut tacks, assorted,
Sister hooks, assorted, Copper tacks, assorted,
Hunt's C S hatchets, Brit table spoons,
Brit tea spoons, French forge spoons,
Cooks' basting spoons, Tea kettles.
Sets table knives and forks.
Sets dessert knives and forks.
Buck carvers, C S files,
Taper saws, Cabinet saws,
Sets carpenters' tools, Whipes, asstd patterns,
Coffee mills, Ship scrapers.
Patent sad irons, Tin Plates,
Iron plates, Card matches.
Sauce pans. Tin Dots.
! Iron kettles, C S shovels, C S spades.
Lamp wicks, Solar lamp shades, Lamp chimneys, Nos. 1 & 2,
Conplete assortment of solar lamps,
Shins' lanterns, guarded, Manila bed cords,
Manila clothes lines Cotton clothes lines,
Manila sacking, Ohio axes,
Best Ohio ash oars, assorted sixes,
Best proved chain cables, assorted sisea,
Best .Manila rope, assorted sixes,
Best Manila whale line,
Best Afr i'.a lance warp,
Two yarn spunyarn,
Three yarn spunyarn.
Marline, Housline, Wormline,
Casks medium bread, Cbls mess beef,
Casks navy bread, Bbls prime pork,
Shf bbls pilot bread, Bbls clear pork,
Bbls superior hams, Boxes pain-killer,
&:c, fee &0-tf
CORDAGE AND CIGARS The agent of the
Hudson's Bay Company offers for sale the following, in
lots to suit purchasers, vis :
Manila Cordage, 1, 2, 2i, 2J, 2,S, 3, 3 and 4 inches, in
all 42 coils.
. 10 coils whale line; 30,000 Havana shape cigars No. 2. 17-tf
BRESS SILKS Handsome and very cheap;
Ladies' fine gaiter boots, with and without heels;
For sale by
43-4 ALDRICH k BISHOP.
IRD SEED For sale by
J. 11. SMITH & CO,
'Drug store, corner Fort. and Hotel streets.
EPSOM SALTS For sals by
B. W. TIELD.
BY JOITN F. COLEURN
THURSDAY, at lO Vlok A. M
At Sales Rooms, win be sold,
4c, &c, &c.
FOil SAN FRANCISCO.
&33!t a 2i si y JIajor,
G. T. LAWT0N, Masieb,
Now lying at Market "Wharf, will sail for the above port oa or
about June 24.
For freight oi passage, please apply to
51-2t THE CAITAIN, on board.
TIDS HAWAIIAN BRIO
7ENAS BENT, Master,
Will sail for the above port on or about July 1st, 1537.
For freight or passage, apply to
61-3t GEO. C. M'LEAN, Hotel Street.
PARTIES ORDERING MERCHANDISE
from tU?. United States ari respectfully informed that a
FIRT CLASS SHIP
Will I&hyc Boston, REGULARLY, for this place, in the month
of September or early la October, and in April or early in May.
For freight or p&s-.hje. which will be taken on the lowest
terms, plea&d aply to
CUAS. BREWER or JAME3 HUNNKWELL,
Boston, Mass., U. S. A
Or CHAS. BREWER 2d,
Honolulu, S. I.
I.OSTON, MASS. U. S. A.
Orders seni to hira from the Sandwich Islands will be punc
tually atten-led to, and merchandise forwarded in A 1 fast
REGULAR-PACKET FOR IIILO.
K THB CLIPPER SCHOONER
On hundred and fifty tons register,
A. G. THURSTON, Master,
Will hereafter run regularly to IIILO, touching at
KOIZALA and LAUPAHOEIIOK.
When in Honolulu, will be found regularly at J. Robi jn
Ji Co.'s Wharf.
For freight or passage inquire on board. 35
REGULAR PACKET FOR KAUAI.
TnE FAST SAILING SCHOONER
Will hereafter run regular on the above rouie. For freig b or
passage apply .to the Captain on board, or to
IIACKTELD k CO
BOSTON AND S. I. PACKETS.
Will be despatched regularly .from BOSTON for HONO
LULU in the m'-i.ihs of September, December, March and
May or June.
For freight o paMge apply to
B. W. FIELD,
Honolulu or to
U. A. PIERCE,
July 1, 1856-tf 67 Commercial Wharf, Boston
WEYjJLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCI3CO.
For the speedy and Stife conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo 'x Co., S?n Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo h Co.'s franked U. S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1, 1856-tf. R. COADY k CO.. Agents.
Freeman's Express Co.
7or the speedy and se.fs transpor-
tation of Merchandise, Specie, Letters and valuable packages to
all parts of tt- Unite l States. A. P. EVERETT,
EX FANNY MAJOR.
ALDRICH & BISHOP have just received merehan
dise as follows :
Flour in qr sacks, mats China rice,
Bbls Carolina rice, rolls 4-4 white matting,
Oilcloth carpets 8-4, Brussels carpet.
Drugget, crash, linen towel:,
Black alpacca, printed muslin", assorted prints,
Hickory shirts. Hue woolen shirts.
White bhir;3, pink shirts, calico shirt ,
Assorted pants, coats, vests,
Hose and drawers, a large lot of haU,
Buskins, slippers and broj?ans,
Superior Mac's tea in small boxes,
Tobacco, starch, honey, trs, green corn,
Oysters, etrawberries, blackberries,
Quinces, fresh apples, black pepper,
Currie powder, tomato catsup, fine salt, soda,
Saleratus, cream tartar, sago, assorted candies.
Water, sorta ar- J butter crackers,
Ginger f.naps, J enny Lind cakes,
White beaue. punpowder, shot,
- White lea, ,ru3sian blue. Chrome yellow,
Matches, saddles, wheelbarrows, horse collars.
Fire iron, 4x and 4xf ,
Round iron, j, i, , f , 1 and H inch.
Square iron, 5 and inch.
Ox chaias, let -i pipe, 1J and H inch.
Lift puuips, &xo handles, hoe handles.
Shovels, hcerf, market baskets,
Pit saws, hai t. r rope, 4c, A-c, Ao.
For sale at lowt rates. 5o-tf
JUST RECEIVED PER FANNY MAJOR,
and for sale lew by tne subscriber,
1 qr cask ver? iupericr " United Vineyard Proprietors
brand Bruna j
1 qr cask very superior "Saeerac de Forge et Fils" Brandy.
3 bbls " Old Nectar"1 Whisky, 1839.
2 bbls pure Jpuaica Rum.
Samples of the aVve can be seen at tha store of
00 J. C. SPALDING.
ON BOARI; THE JOHN MARSHALlioo
tons of the vt. j best Scranton lump coals, any quantity of
which I will sell at 5 20 per ton of 2000 & weight.
mn , O. P. JUDD.
lOO LBS. FRESH CANARY AND
HEMP SEEr For sale in 1 and 2-H packages, by
, , , H. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, J uiie 10, 1857. 60-tf
npiIE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
JL receiving, froca the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
White lead, gsovnd in the best boiled English oil 'and Is au
thorised to contract at lower prices than the present market
tt . , t ',; J- c- SPALDINO.
Honolulu, Jane v, lb 57 60-tf
vE5S!P PORTRAIT OF ftUEEK
VICTORIA for kiIa. TVin. i
w 3 . H. M. rTHITNEL
EST iUA7,ITY FRESH CORN
Bestaaalit fresh butter.
O Fret h Corn ileal vrl Fresh Corn Bread daily.
M J. FOX.
BY A. P. EVERETT.
Closing out Sale.
Valuable Leasehold Property.
On FRIDAY, June 10,
At 10 o'clock, will be sold, at the store of Mr. RusseL, corner
of Nuuanu and Merchant streets,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE STORfc,
And, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold
THE LEASE OF THE PREMISES,
IlJving about 14 years to run. The iUdings have bea
erected about one year, and all in good order, with water tnm
the Government pipe.
Will be sold, the
FURNITURE OF THE HOUSE.
Premises can be examined three days previous to sale.
Store Lot on Nuuanu Street.
On TUESDAY SK, T, June 23, at 12 o'clock noon, on tb
Premises on Nuuanu street, near the corner of Hotel street, will
,ld SPLENDID STORE LOT,
having a frontage on Nuuanu street of 23 feet, and running back
to alley way 60 feet.
- For particulars, apply at Auction Room.
ADVERTISERS WISHING TO WITH
DRAW or renew their advertisements, or make any alter
ations in them, are requested to give notice, in writing, or any
such changes, as the publisher intends enlarging the sae or
the paper on the 1st of July, and such alterations can be maae
more conveniently before than after the enlargement. -
LONDON, 8 3D JANUARY, l8T;"I?Ir::I
beg to inform you that I have this day retired from ths
firm of J. Q. MARZETTI & SONS, and allow me to take tins
opportunity of sincerely thanking you for the patronage en
joyed for a period of upwards of forty years.
Begging a continuance of your favor to my sons, and rerernns;
vou to the circular attached hereto, I remain
J Your obed't ?rv',
J. G. MAEZETIX.
Lojrro!f, 13d January, 1S7.
Si : We beg to oaU your attention to the annexed ci"
announcing the retirement of our Senior, and to inform you that
the business will be carried on by us, as usual, under the firm
of J. Q. MARZETTI k SONS. a
Permit us to return our grateful thanks for past favors, ana
respectfully to solicit a renewal of the same, assuring you of our
best endeavors to merit your confidence and support.
Any orders you may be pleased to entrust to ouc chargt,
shall, at all times, hare our best attention, and be executed
upon the most favorable terms.
Referring you to our respective signatures at foot, we remais
Your obed't serv'ts,
CHAS. T. MARZETTI,
49-lt AUG. C. MARZETTI.
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD INFORM
his friends and the public generally that he has this day
rans ferred the
WINE AND SPIRIT BUSINESS,
Heretofore carried on by him, in the French Premises, to his
brother, MR. GODFREY RHODES.
In returning thanks for past favors, the undersigned would
respectfully solicit, in favor of his brother, a continuance of ths
support so liberally bestowed upon himself.
vv . HENRY RHODES.
Houolulu, May 80, 1S67.
ripiIE WINE AND SPIRIT BUSINESS
U. heretofore carried on in the French Premises by MR.
HENRY RHODES, has this day been transferrel to the under
signed, who, having made arrangements to secure a constant
FIRST CLASS GOODS,
Begs to assure all parties favoring him with their orders, that
his best endeavors will be given to insure their entire satisfac
tion. flODFREY RTIODEa
Honolulu, May SO, 187. " 49f
DEALER IN WINES AND SPIRITS,
AS ON HAND AND OFFERS FOR SAL1S,
a well selected stt ck, consisting in part as follows :
Monongahela and Bourbon Whiskies,
Fine Brandy, in casks and cases,
Cherry Brandy, a superior article,
Stoughton's and Dunbar'B Bitters,
Fine Sherry and Madeira,
Sauternes, of superior quality,
Clarets, of superior quality,
Claret in pint.
Hock in pints.
And all the favorite brands of Ale and Porter, which
he offers for sale, low, at his store, near the Post Office.
Honolulu, May 30, 1357. 49-tf
3XT 3E3 myU57'
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully announos
to the inhabitants of Honolulu and the public generally
that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied by Mr. Benson,
over the Printing Office of the Commercial Advertiser, where be
is now prepared to take
PICTURES ON GLASS AND PAPER,
Known as the Patent Ambrotyes and Photographs.
Having recently arrived from the United States, with gooi
instruments and a new and expensive assortment of stock, he
feels confident that he can give entire satisfaction to those whe
favor him with their patronage.
N. B. Pictures put up in a VARIETY OF BTYLE3, to suit
XT ROOMS OPEN from 9, A. M. to 12, M., and from 1
to 4, P. M.
48-tf W. F. HOWLAND.
EX " RADUtfA."
PLg LBS. PILOT AND NAVY
fjf J , J J JF BREAD,
200 bbls American Mess Beef,
For sale low by
' CHARLES BREWER Id
miip rnvnrncinvrn i
JL Assignees of the estate of F. Bertelmann, request all his
creditors who have not yet signed the articles of assignment, to
do so in their office, and to Land in their accounts for approval.
All persons indebted to sa. estate will please to settle their
account at their earliest convenience.
KRULL k MOLL.
Honolulu, May 20, 1867. ' a
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been Heensed by
the Supreme Court as an
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCBRY,
Tenders to the public his services in the line of his pre
frssion, and hopes, from his long practical experience and the
undivided attention that he will pay to all business com mitt!
to his care, to merit a share of patronage.
Office over Dr. G. P. Jndd's Drag Store, corner of JtfercLaet
and Fort Btreete.
Honolulu, May 3, 18i7.
O. PLATFORM, WEIGHING SOOO 1W
No. 7 Platform, weifirhinsr 2000 lbs. -
t No. 10 Platform, weighing 1200 lbs.
No. 10 Platform, weighing 900 lbs.
wo. ii -lauorm, weigmng ooo lbs.
in, ii- rutuurm, weigiiing 4UU1US,
No. 12 Platform, weighing 240 lb,
Grocers Scales, Counter Sealeii,
For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
ALL PERSONS are forbidden to purchase Sheep or
Wool from the flock in charge of Dr. McDougall, and now
running on the lower portion of the land of Haliimaile, Maui,
without my consent in writing.
FERD. W. HUTCHISON.
" 'Lahaina, Maui, March 2, 1857.
PIN A DRESSES,
OR SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS against
S. H. DOWSETT or myself will please present them to me
by the 1st of July next, for payment.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, May 26, 1857. . . iA-tt
I WILL PAY ALL DEMANDS AGAINST
M. C. MONSARRAT, Esq., and will receive all amounts
. . J. I. DOM SETT.
Honolulu, May 2fl, 1857. v, 4S-f
N CASES Rrivd per Yaniee." Par sale by
7 t. W. FIELD.