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- Commercial Advertiser,
UWr asset Plaatat .
AL. Editor ; In reading a new work, entitled
" Brazil and the Brazilians," I haTe met with roan j
paragraphs, containing facts and suggestions, which
may be rendered useful to farmers and agriculturists
upon our elands. The question of labor is second to
none. The project of introducing colonists for labor
era front Europe, appears to hare been successful!
carried ont in Brazil. Allow me to call your atten
tion to the paragraphs upon this subject, and
wjriuj, ptese give tnem a place in your
journal. . Yours truly,
- A RfcADEK.
" ne fc-liowing tnorn'ng after my smval at
Umeira, accompanied by Dr. , I went to the Fa-
senda de Tbecaba. the elantatinn nf th Trtmim
It was a clear and lovely day, and we rode along un-
r mo rc3waj or lorest-Trees, many or them clad
with the most curious epiphytes and orchidaceous
plants. From time to time the doctor would noint
out soma very remarkable subjects of this portion of
flora's kingdom, and delineate thrirnwnHanrlH or, A
qnauties as only one can whose heart is bound up in
besAtiea of Nature. We halted in an open space,
ad my companion indicated with his finger one of
the common palms of this region. .In the tree itself
there was nothing to render it worthy of attention
above its fellows to those accofitomrd
Ibrtn; but there was an accidental interest given to it
which called forth the doctor's enthusiastic admira
tion. He was not only a thoroughly-educated botan
ist and mineralogist, but was an amateur ornitholo
gist, and loved to watch every trait of the gaudy and
Drtuiant birds of Brazil. From the tufted crown of 1
the palm there hang twenty nests of the Urge oriole
called the Ifuaih ; and the feithery inhabitants of I
this swinging town were hoTering around and chat- I
tering like " children jtrt let loose from school." The j
doctor informed me that, though so manv leaea in
tervened tetween Limeira and the sea-coast, he would
cause the tree to be carefully cut down, sawed into
eeciions, anu trunK, top. anl nest transported to
Santos, and there shipped for PbiLide'phia. Its dos- !
tiny, after it arrived at I ha City of Br.therly -Love, i
was to b the Academy of Nit aril Sciences. The j
t would also be sent, with several specimens of '.
the IfvasfL This whole project, however, was to be !
coupiea witn one condition, which was a sina qua
non ; i. e. the Directors of the tVi.l Academy of Nat
ural Sciences were to re-erect the pilm-tree, with its
long nest-adornments, in the center or ia some con
spicoons part of their edifice; for, unless th'w was
guaranteed, the doctor aided, " palm-tree, birds,
and all would soon be consigned to cblitfcn." It
was a grand idea and I d ubt if it were ever before I
entertained by a natnralist to transport a lofty nest
eoTered tree on the shoulders of men for more than i
two hundred miles, in order flat it might be sent '
thousands of leagues over the oceai as a specimen of!
the wonders of vegetation and of the bird-architecture
of this Southern Hemisphere. I
We resumed our route, and in a few minutes we !
overtook old Congo, who, true to his word, had driven !
and ridden well, and had got over more ground in '
forty-eight hours than he had on ary previous occi- j
rion in five days. We emerged from the forest-bur- I
nered road, and caw in the'distance the celebrated
plantation of Senator Vergueiro. Though I had heird
more cf this establishment thn of any similar one in
Brazil, it did not fall behind my anticipation. We
passed through the great gateway, and were wel
comed by the screams of a flock of gayly-painted par
rots,, which were at times alighting, and at times
wnirnng srouna me tops or a group "or lofty trees.
Two pairs of them rested upon diSerent branches, and
seemed to be m amiab:e confab in regard to the !
newly-arrived. Between Campinas and Limeira,
and also at Tbecaba, I beheld the loftiest trees that I
met with in any portion of the country. Three no
ble denizens cf the forest have been left not far from
the residence of Senhor . Vergueiro, a ad form a con
spicuous object in the landscape. In the distance
could be seen the manor and the chapel, and on either
side of them various oat-buildings, which served as
shops, store-rooms for coffe, and sheds for machinery.
On our left wire neat little cottsges belonging to the
colonists. The peculiarity of Tbecaba consists in the
fact that free labor is employed iff aarrring on its van
ceritioai; and these whom Senator Vergueiro and
lus sons have brought to displace the Africans are
men of the working-classes from Germany and Swit
zerland. With enlarged views and true economy, we
shall see in the sequel that they have adopted that
plan which has net only been productive of great and
profitable results to themselves, but that they have
helped to elevate and greatly benefit the condition of
those wbo were in narrow circumstances at home.
The Vergtteiros have solved the question, so often
asked, What is the true mode for colonization in
As we drew near the mansion we saw on every side
of us evidences of thrift For the first ttine awy from
Bio de Janeiro I saw carts whose wheels were not cf
the old primitive Roman kind, but turned upon their
axles like cnCized cartwheels. And it may Le mcn
tioneJ that these, and all the agricultural implements
and machinery are manufactured on the plantation.
When sHifcseqnentlj examining the workmanship of
carpenters', cbinet-raakers, blacksmiths, and wheel
wrights, from the Cantons de Vaud and Vil iis, and
a - f"m V m
iron interior villages 01 i'ruswa. 1 perceivea that not
only had they not kst their skillfulness, but had ac
tually gained tracer the supervision of their enlight
Senhor Luis Vergueiro receive! ns with marked
attention. The doctor was, of course, an eld favorite;
but Senhor V. soon made me feel at home, and I af
terward discovered that he took a deep interest in my
visit to Brazil, fi-oia the account which he had read
in the Correio .MereantU of my presentation, at R:o
de Janeiro, f the various specimens r.f American arts
and manufacture to the Emperor and to the different
scientific societies of the metropolis.
Every facility wa? given me for full investigation
of the Looks of the plantation and the condition of
the colony, which enabled me to make a just and f.iir
comparison between this system of colonization and
those of Petropolis and Donna Franciaca, and also to
see more cieirlr the results cf contrasted free and
slave labor. The whole of the day wts thus occupied ;
but, before detailing any account of that examina
tion, it will be best to give a more full account of the
family Vergueiro, whose venerable head has been
mentioned 8evert"t;nie9 in previous nies of th
l . T y . ri j- .
native of Portugal, and of noble descent. He arrived
iu Brazil before the King, Dora John VI
sion a lawyer, he is a man of cultivated and disci-
- mined mind- He early settled in the province of San
Paulo, and took a conspicuous part in the political
asairs i tae country, r rom me very commence
ment of agitations for extending the rights of his
adopted land, be stood in the foremost rank of pa-
tnots, snonider to shoulder with the Andradas, Fe.jo,
ana otners emineni in ine struggle for Brazilian in
dependence. His private virtues, his moderate and
enlightened views, and his great firmness, made him
an object of confidence on the part of the people. He
was deputed to the Cortes of Portugal, having for his
eoueagucs Joso xfenifacio de Andrada, and Teijo. He
dii not, however, escape to England with them when
they were threatened by the Cortex, but demanded,
fearlessly and firmly, his passport, and succeeded in
obtaining it. He returned to Rio de Janeiro, and
from that time to this has been a leader on the lib
eral side of politics, and is to-day called a Santa
Lntia. From the era c-f Brazilian liberty until now,
be has either been Deity or Senator. On that try
ing night when the people in the Campo Santa Ana
clamored for the reinstatement of the Ministry dis
missed the previous day, Do.-n Pedro L, be 'ore report
ing to the last expedient left to him by the Constitu
tion, sent for Vergueiro, knowing that he was one
who possessed the confidence of the populace, to de
sire him to form a ministry in accordance with their
wishes. Vergueiro was not found, or the revolution
would have either been stayed or put off to a more
distant period. He has been repeatedly Minister of
the Empire, has received eminent places from the
people, but baa stead&stly refused all title of nobil
ity, and every honor from the Imperial Executive,
except the Grand Crow of Santa Cruz.
Before leaving lor Southern Brazil, I called upon
Senator Vergueiro at Kio de Janeiro. He was at
that time preaeat in the capital during the session cf
the Assemble Geral, and resided in the beautiful
euburb of Botafogo. It was in the evening that I en
tered his residence, and was received by bis daugh
ters, whom I found intelligent and possessing one ac-
compusament so often lacking in a Brazilian lady
tbey could converse. Not many moments elapsed be-
Tore the venerable senator entered, ll.s hair was
white, aod bis tana was bowed under the weight of
fourscore years; yet in the glance of his eye there
was something which toll that the soul was neither
lumbering nor decrepid. His smiling countenance
also proclaimed that neither the burdens of age nor
of past and present public and private service bad af
fected In the least degree the eheerfulnes of his na
ture. Whether conversing about the copies of the
acred truth, or of my contemplated visit to Tbecaba.
whether aadrewung a playful remark to his lam
Jiy. or a worn or information to me, he was a most
pleasant picture of a hale and happy old man, with
Jkia Rental power unimpaired, and with thehopefal
Jaes ef yeuti. - The aged statesman stands almost
mkaam ia the Brazilian Senate-Chamber; fir the pa
triee yet impetuous Aadradas are gone; the elo
quesit, the irresistible, but uossf? Vincel-w has
hmg since been laid is tho tomb; the old 2IarqTiis of
Vaiaaca has recently been followed to his "lor.;
new generation or Brazilians CI1 their
rJacasc neeerthde , ZTieoolaa de Pereir de Campos
Vr " ra c3 xc-r 4iaa admiring aocstltuener.
Wjc-jt, m ia xrs-Vsr time, battJng for right,
but as the advocate of every measure for the advance
ment of his beloved country, j
Few men in Brazil have been blessed with such
sons; few, we may add, have taken such pains to have
their children properly educated. Co-operating with'
their father, they have presented in their colony a
model to their compatriots. His four sons were edu
cated in Brazil, Germany, and England. The oldest,
in hor Luiz, studied law at the University of Got
tingen. Senhor Jose (head of the Santos house) was'
trained in the military school of Prussia, and rose to
.the position of first lieutenant of the thirty-seventh
Prussian infantry during the troubles between Uel
gium and Holland. '
The third son (who had charge of the Rio bouse of
Vergueiro & Filhos) was educated as a commercial
man in London and Hamburg, and the younger
brother had a thorough mercantile training in the
same cities. By their European education tbey have
been enabled to carry out more easily the plans of
their f ther concerning emigration.
In 1841, Senhor Vergueiro, in the teeth of public
opinion, sent to Germany for forty families as colo
nists; but the General Government was so opposed to
the oil Senator during the troubles of 1812, in the'
province of San Paulo, that the colony was broken
up. In 134C, Le ag-tin commenced carrying out bis
project; and, in so doing, be has been completely
successful. The Government itself through official
orgtns, has commended the system of Vergueiro as
the system worthy of imitation.
That svstem may be stated in few words, or. er-
gueiro bus in Eurvpe an agent who communicates
with cantonal and communal authorities, and with
private individuals, offering inducements to the able-
bodied poor who with to emigrate with their families
to the New World. The emigrant, at his option, can
fray bis own expend to Brazil, or, permitting Sr.
Vergueiro to transport him, he (theemigratit) agrees
in such case to retuud at his own time and conveni
ence the price of his passage at a small rate of inter
est. The agent at Hamburg charters a vessel, and
thus a large number of colonists are enabled to seek "
a new hoiue at a very moderate outlay.
Sr. V. guarantees cn his part to defray all the ex
penses of the colonists from the sea-coast to his plan
tations, and, cn their arrival at their final destina
tion, to furnish each head of a family with a house,
so many coSee-trees, proportioned to the .number of
each family, and to supply all with provisions, arti
tie'es of clothing, &c, at wholesale prices. The colo
nist, on his part, agrees to tend faithfully his allotted
portion of cotfee-trees, to thare the profits and ex
penses of the crop, and not to leave without giving
one year's jiot ice and paying his indebtedness (if any
ex:-t) for passage nioney advance!.
The contract is very simple, and is a safe invest
ment for both contracting parties.
During the year 1154, the result of the coffee-culture
on the plantation of Tbecaba was one million six
hundred thousand pounds, of which one-half of the
expenses aitV profits belong to the laborer.
I visited the cottages of the colonists, about one
mile from the manor. As I passed along, I was con
stantly saluted by cheerful Sijs and German work
men, sime cf whom were surrounded by noisy and
joyous fair-headed children, whoapered a!vut with
as much life and g'ee as if at the fiot of the Hartz or
in the vallevs cf the Obcrl md-
Before reaching the ham!et, I crossed a small stream
upon a bridg- cf a novel and cheap construction,
which in its wmplicity commends itself to every set
t'er ia Australia or Western America, where propri
etors are many but laborers are tew. It may beet vied
a self-made" bridge. A number of logs are fas
tened longitudinally in the water, leaving, of course,
spaces between them. On the top of these are thrown
large bran shes, and then finer brush; and on the
surface is placed a certain quantity of clay and loose
dirt. A portion of the brook higher up is turned
aside by a ditch through the light soil, and conducted
over the log aod brush-heap. In a few days this lit
us Fiae-sireacn nas oorne aown an immense Durden
of red toil across the bridge, and has rendered the su
perstructure as firm as the road, while beneath,
through branches and logs, the ' river rnns merrily
by." The ditch, the water through it having fin
ished its work, is closed, and a solid passage-way is
At the bamlet I found an intelligent head-agent,
who kept the hoks f the colonists, and give to the
latter orders for every pound of bacon, yard cf cloth,
ic. Without hi3 signature they could not obtain
these articles at the miner storehouse.
The larger portion of the colonists were Roman
Catholics; but I did not leave hc-ff. re every opportu
nity was attorde-l Tor their obtaining the Scriptures,
both in Portuguese and German.
Some of the colonists have thriven remarkably,
having in five years time gained five and ?-even thou
sand niilreL, (j?2o-"K) aud tSoOO). The state of
morals was certainly most creditable when comparing
it with that of the countries whence they came. From
to o-3, (the period of my viit,) among several
hundred laborers of the hum'olest classes of German
and Imo, not an illegitimate chill had leen born.
The Vcrgueircs encour.ige the marriage-institution as"
not only essential to purity, but for the interest of
both planter and colonist. There are dow about one
thousHiid European workmen, including children.
" Vbecaba is a small plantation, containing but five
or six square miles; but near by the Vs possess a
fazenla not so well cultiva ed, but three times as
Urge. At Angelica they own a new plantation, well
adapted to the culture of coffee, which is twelve
leagues in circumference. Hitherto blacks have teen
employed upon this larg fcXite; but it is the inten
tion oi cue propriemr it intro-mce, as soon as Jjoj'si
Me, free white laborers. I demanded of Sr. Luiz
Vergueiro if it were mere philanthropy which
prompted their efforts to introduce free labur, he re
plied, roost promptly and decidedly, We find the
labor of a man who has a will of his own, and inter
est at stake, vastly more profitable than slave-labor."
I could not but contrast the happy and cheerful
condition of these colonists with the discouraged resi
dents in the colony Donna Traucisci. Though the
Germans of Petropolis have every advantage of a
nearness to market, and a growing city which has
many wants to be supplied, yet the condition of the
colonists at Ylcaba is infinitely superior if we con
sider the prosperity of the individual. The settle
ment at LwpoMina in Rio Grande do Sul hut been
the only truly successful Imperial colony, that of
Petropx-'is being under the Gocerno Provincial. By
the report of the Minister of the Empire for ISoJ-o j,
I ascertain that, out of seventeen coloules founded by
the Imperial Government and by the provincial na
talities, only four can be called prosperous; and of
but two can it be raid, muito p'rotpera. The remain
der are place- undr the heads not prosperous,"
" confounded with the population." " in decay," or
" no information of its condition." Of the twenty
four private efforts at colonization, twenty-one are
reported prosperous, nearly all of which hae been
founded since 18-52, and more or less on the Ver
gueiro system. Thee colonies are in five provinces,
and the excellence of the " plan-Vergueiro" consists
in this, viz.: its applicability throughout the Em
pire on a great or small scale. Nine of the twenty
one senhors have each less than one hundred and
twenty colonists, thus enabling the small proprietors
to have, to a certain extent, the a 1 vantages of the
lirger landholders. Slavery (since the vigorous mea
sures of 185) were adnp-ted agaiust the slave-trade)
has been dxmed in Brazil. The Emperor and his
Government are agiinst this inhuman traffic, and the
popular voice sustains them. The comparative ease
with which a si ive may obtain his freedom, and, by
the possession of property, the rightd'of citizenship,
will probably in twenty years put an end to servitude
in this South American Empire. There must then
be a supply of laborers from some other source than
Afriea. The mother-country, the Portuguese islands,
Germany, and Switzerland will furnish that supply.
Individual emigration as it exists from Europe to the
United States can never succeed in Brazil on a large
scale, owing to the peculiar structure of the Govern
ment; but. the system inaugurated by Sr. Vergueiro
& Sons is capable of indefinite extension, while it pro
tects the interests of both employer and emplojee.
Though thi-re may be individual instances of oppres
sion under a r owerful and unjust proprietor, yet. as
a whole, this plan will in the end prove a great bless
ing to Brazil and to the poorer classes of turope.
Alrcady the Swabian. the Fribourgeois. the Vaudois.
the ValaUan, the Portuguese, and the Ilheo, look up
like men in their new homes : they have no longer
that appearance too common in their native districts
frhe crushed and cringing peasant who has no
thought beyond the pinching want of to-day. As we
look upon their joyous faces, we can readily believe
what Sr. Jose" Vergueiro said to me at Santos :
They breathe here the air of freedom, sir, such as
tbey never Hnuffed in their native land."
Uodjfr such a system, they have not the pressing
cares of the pioneer; they are not the victims of spec
ulating land companies, and, at the same time,
though enjoying comparative ease, their own inter
est keeps them from indolence. At a year's notice,
hen they have learned, under the tuition and pro
tection of a powerful Brazilian, the cultivation of
tropical productions, they can leave and set up"
for themselves if they choose. They can easily be
enne naturalized; their children grow up as citizens
attached to the soil; and, if nothing untoward occurs,
Brazil, in half a century, will have a host of smati
proprietors infusing a new life-blood into the body
politic Under her mild Government there will
spring up a more hardy people, who will be the sub
duers of the virgin forests and the pioneers in the
vast, fertile, heiltby. but almost unexplored regions
of Parana, Goyaz, Mato Grosso, and Minaa-Qeraes,
where the he id-waters of the Amazon and the La
Plata are interlaced or separated by a narrow dividing-ridge.
To the speedy and sure accomplishment of this de
sire I eonsuininition, Brtzil should still more' modify
her laws, so tia there may be every facility for the
In ae of the mining districta there is a simple and phllo- .
sorhlcsJ mode of splitting off the side of clayer moantnina.
Wells are due into them, and. durinp the heavy raioa. tbeae, hy
mean of putters, beeonx-fiUed srldi water. The bydrostalie
preaw of the liquid cosmos f rrn nff miari fi tim the fsvxa of
mountain, which would require band reds of snaa far BAORt.ia to
vvwespUab with the mattock and shovel.
introduction I 'of colonists.- - Already the Empire has
done away with some of the roost objectionable fea
tures; but much remains to be done. Every obstacle
should be removed, and the Government, by t gen
eral act, should proclaim its policy as liberal in
initiatory steps for the newly-arrived, as it is gen
et ous in resrard to the holding of tronerty by for
eigners. Such measures would promote immigration,
and in time a new population would grow up in this
beautiful country, worthy of its vast resources. Let
a pure gospel be in the hearts of such a people, and
Brazil, in the future, will be a land in every respect
unsurpassed on the face of the earth.
Sr. Vergueiro and his sons are making constant
improvements in modes of cultivation, and are study
ing the best manner of applying Northern labor
skill to tropical agriculture. I before mentioned
workshops of the mechanics, whose agricultural
plements in wood and. iron are turned ont in a
equal to anything of th kind made in Europe or
North America. Among the various machines for
facilitating the preparation of coffee for market was
one the invention of Senator Vergueiro which
cleans no less than thirty-two thousand pounds of
coffee per diem.
We had been kindly invited to dine at 4he man
sion-house, and it is unnecessary that I should par
ticularize the compotent parts of a most sumptuous
dinner. Suffice it to say that the " fat of the land"
was there in profusion, and that the " feast of rea
son," &c, was well supplied by Sr. Luiz V..Dr. ,
and the intelligent padre, who conversed fluently in j
both rrench and German.
The doctor and myself left Tbecaba at a late hour.
and, after a pleasant ride by moonlight, reached Li
OILMAN & CO.,
Art: now receiving, per late
RIV A LS, a lance stock of
SrIir UHAiN ULKK Y,
Which they offer for sale at lowest prices.
Xew Pilot Bread, New Navy Bread,
Eastern Flow, California Floor.
Corn meal, American nns Beef,
Bice, -- American iru-M Pork
Of different t minis, warrantM.
Ifo. 1 trowTi lasmr. So. 2 brown angar.
.-p. i mou49eps, . ft lac k tea, erwn tea,
Prerven! poaches, " Preserved quince,
ameHean fcutfr, Preyed pie fruiU,
Keua coffe and Hilo coffee,
Au'ii itn-ats. clams,
Cmi crncVers, oysters, cm, peas, etc., etc
Freh Island-prow n heaan, larvre !:it " Lima." heans.
Small white "home" beans, lonir speckled "California" beans.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Htt leather boots, do broeans; fine boots, lined brosjans.
Half boots, fine broeans, buckskins, slippers, &c.
PAINTS, OIL, Sec.
Piire wliite lead, Xo. 1 d blnrk ji!nt, pien da-lY-nslan
blu, chrome yellow, v-nlipris, linseed oil,
liriclit varnish, blaeic do, copal do, spirits turpentine.
Coal tar. Limp black, paint brushes, sush tool bnuiiejl,
Assorted number cotton duck, hearr Karen's dark.
Liht raven's duck.
An assortment of fine clothing, ats, shirts, socks, crsvats,
andor shirts, handkerchiefs, tc.
Lances, harpootis. ci; irons, one-Sued irons,
Bomh lances, whaling guns, te.
il . ,
A constant supply of n-w Irish pottv-s, new sweet potatoes.
wmni, un2pKiiis, iu trays oa nana in skipping i-avm, aod sup
plied at short notice.
XT Toeether with a renend and full assortment of merehan
d!r usually fraud in a Ship Chandl.Ty eitabli!rfrenL
Lahaina Sept. 24. SO-'f
W1IALIXO Ol'X. PATENT KOMBLAM'KS
A ITER KVERAL YEARS LABOR AXD
J a -ieric:entinp upon w!ia!. t.n tlis whaiinp pround, with
lii apparatus, cocibtneil with tUeadvar.tipesol bi:p a practical
whalrinan. the Hat.mtee has been enahl'-d to obtain an insmi
ment iu t-nn of a Bonih Lance, which fur util'ty and effective
ness caniiot be excelled.
The Htttiitiou of Apents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the folUm ii-.p tcstunHuals.
Sax Franc-isto. January 10, 1S56.
Capt. R. Mbowx Sir. I take this c-twortunitv to inform
you that we usol Hk- Romb Laooes we Umht of you, and
J t mnd them to bo of great rrwfit iu capturing whak amoopst
l tae ice.
I Th" fii wh:d f.j t we if id the Ilnnib Iji-,v nn him
l.i the folli-winp manrer The Nxit wer.t oiontrsi.le of the whine
ap l the . tteercr fird a l-tnl into him ai.d theu fasteneii to 1
r im wicn a .i; iron : the tJ-mb was heard to exnt.V, and the
wliale did not blow after the Bomb expl'Id. The aove-nifn-tiined
whale was in the ic, an-1 it is cur opinion that we should
not have pot that whale and many when that we did pet, if it
hd not been tr your Bnb I-micvs, and we fully recommend
thetu to the attention of those fitting out whale ship.
Th.iws Wai.t, 3!ster bark George.
Ilosntrir, March 17, 1858.
Carr. Robert Browx .V9 drar Sir : used y.Kir Kimb
Lsks in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made
, .m ni.u. oi oi. e never coma have tiktn him without uil
I Lajy-es, as ir boats could not g t near enoujtii to use the com i
t nun hand lance. j
Youra Respect fuH v. I
G. L. Cox, Mater whale-hip Magnofia.
HoNotrtr, March 15, 1S.VJ.
Csrr. Roarer Baowx Itear sr: I tnkc this opportunity
to inform you that I used your Bombs on the voyape in the shi
Herald, and found them efltctlve in taking whales, and would
recommend them to all whalemen, and ej-cially around the ice.
I used the harpoon and tot nxt of the whales by your
G an-t and apparatus.
Isaac Allex, Master ship Herald.
Other testimonials can be seen by calllnp on the undersipned,
A rent, who have the Ouns, Bomb Lances and Ilarpoous for
H-tf U. COADY k CO., Honolulu.
To tjie Ovrnrra. and Prraonw ialerralrd Iu
Whalrsliips in the Pacific Ocean.
Orric-E or thr Pavm Rail-Kcid Cowrasr,
Xsw York. July 20. 1H57. i
The Panama Riil-Road Company takes this method
of iiiforTiiins those interested io the Vhulii:p busi
r.es, of the advantapes oT.a-l by the Kailroad
a"ns the Isthmus t.f Panama, for the shinmeut .J
Oil from the Pacific to the Cnited States, an 1 fT sending ouU
fits r.nd suppli-s from the United Suites to Panama.
The Railroad has been in repuUr and successful operation for
more than two years, and its rapacity for the transportation of
every description of merchandise, includinp Oil, Provisions, Ac,
has been fully tested. The attention of i-cvera! Cat tains of
wl ateships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping1
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama K tll-Koad Company bs made arranpements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important obj-ct. A Pirr, 450 feet lonp, has
o-:ii Mum in iuc my m ranania, io ir.e enu of which rreipht
Cars are run to receive carpnrs from Hooters or vessels lyinu
alonpile, and deliver the same alnnpside of vessels at Aspln
wall. Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
aaf.-ty, proundinp in the mud at low water.
The vcssola to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailinp brips. be
lonpinx to th Ruil-Uoad Company, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New York,
und-r through Kill of Lading at the rate of seven
cents pr zallnn, if roceiveil at the Pl r, and eipht cents per pal
Ion if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, charpinp for
the capacity of the casks, without allowjnp for want.ipe. For
whuli-bone, oie and one-half cents jxr pound. This charpe
covers every cxiiense from Panamato Xew York, in case
the oil is sent throuph the Superintendent or Commercial A pent
of the Panama Rait-Rial Company, insurance excepted. The
frelphu may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail repulariy semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twentv to
twenty-five diiys. The time occupied in crossinp the Lshmus Is
frmr hours. Oil, durinp its transit acmes the I.sthmus, will be
covers wnn canvas, or conveyen In coverel ears, and ownrra
may ne assurea mat every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
several enrpoes nave aireauy oeen conveved to New York ith.
out the sl!phu-st loss.
Oil or other pinds consipned for transnnrtatlon to -thA Smur.
I . .1 . . . ti rtn
uireirirni tn me rnimiiii, luiu-non company, or to W I lliatn
In. Commercial Apentofthe Company at Panama, will
dc receiver ami iirwamel witn the pr-atest desnatch.
IT Frederic L. Hanks has been annotated Amii at Ttnnr.
lulu, Sandwich Islamls, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
11UUI IIIAIIUU uj .uij'i'vr.
r. JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
FarorRtc L. Hmi,
Apent Panama R. R. Co., Ilnnolulu S. I. 64-12m
lir WHALESHIPS AXD OTHER VES-
.jr eztijis v 00.1 01 superior quality can be bad at Koloa at
to per coru
rd ; fresh beef at ce.its per lb ; sheep, at $3 per head;
1 at tl 60 head. Also at the port of JUnalei, wood and
had at the same rate. The Harbor of Haualei is on
and posts s
ti " me rae nu. Ane narnor 01 tiaualei Is on
"est siueoi me island, and has aaft and good an
Chorsge in from 0 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nswlliwill at the same rate as above. Also frul
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at aU the above
jrr oou always on nana St the beach In niunHilM ni
parcnasers. UKOKGE CHARM AN.
To Whalemen !
GW. MACY would respectfully solicit the same pa.
tronaee heretofore en loved bv the old firm r vi.. .
Law, at the established DejKit for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihse, Hawaii, where will be found at all times
f Eref. Mutton. Pork. I'oallry, and also the cele
brsted KAWAIHAE POTATOES. ,
The almve articles can be ftrnislied at the lowest ratx a i
quicker time than at any other port at the iland.. Aii K,r
sold by me will le warranted to keep in any climate.
T J cnarge maxie en inter-uund exchanpe.
O. W. MACT.
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS.
flMI E t'trlerslpned is prepared to receive moneys, or valua
I ble articles of small bulk-, on deuosit Intilmnii (n v.. n.
Buildinp. (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Government
Treasury.) These vaults are considered fln-nrr .nj
safepthan any other In Honolulu. Strsngers visiting the Islands,
- - kou.h u wrm, am winning 10 aepnett coin. I
VAluaWe papers, or other articles, during their alMenee, will And t
re left for a term of twelve months, or longer, tliey can be In
vested or not. at the ODtlon of the dnrlor stwl 1 1 f .mi n. k-
- w-viii(Mvusiiivu w use-in. ww ru innri stbst mnrkaw
deposit secured. A receipt will be given for all turns or ralu
Dies deposited. H. M. WIlIT.IKf.
Honolulu, Oct. 1807. 70-tf
M VIRR BRICKS,
For sale hy " V '
CHAsV BRKWia, SB.
31 o trf rtisrmtiifsr "
.. FRESH PROVISIONS .
At SA3i; S A VI DOE'S,
KING STREET, NEAR THE BETHEL. CHUBCH.
TIBTESTPIIiLU HAMS. SMOKED HAMS;
w V ruzar-curea Hum, r nun un,
French frviu in syrup.
Salted Butter, - '
, Smoked llexring
Ciifrlish lMiry Cheese,
CaliAirnia Cream Cheese, .
Light Browa Suar,
Crushed Luaf Sagar,
Pearl Barley, . J
Arrowroot, . "
Neapolitan Uaccaronj, "
Superfine Flour, v
Fresh Corn Meal,
Assorted Meats and Soups,
Fresh Oysters, .
Fresh Lobsters, . .
Assorted Knplish Frufts, .
Assorted EnglUh Jams,
Assorted English Jellies.
Assorted English Sauces,
Assorted English Pickles,
Kuglish Green Peaa,
French Green Peas,
White Wiue Vinegar, -Malt
Cider Vlnfcar, -Fresh
Peach, In tinn,
Fresh Quinces, in tins.
Sardines, small tin.
I Sardines, laree tin.
Assorted P pices,
Lamp Oil, ,
Fine Olong Tea,
Fine Green Tea, .
Fresh Koasted Coffee,
Assorted Crackers, '
Assorted Scotch Biscuit
Salt Water Soap,
Fine Table Salt,
Carbonate of Soda,
Ac, . kc. 4c.
Frrab Bread Roasted Co tree, packed ia tiaa,
fT Saip'a Uae. 93-tf
AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDING.
M. by (l-0
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE will be
allowed bv the subscriber f.r clean
salted Ri'LLorK umr..
delivered at his premises ia Fort-street.
. CnAS. BREWER, 2d.
porciiT AS BEFORE, at the high-
EST CASH MAKKKT PRICE, by
KRULL 4 .VOLL.
rt . TALLOW.
GRAZIEIIS RlJT B'JTCHIIS,
4TTEXTIOX I The nmtrsipcd offers the blithest cash
market rab-s for the above articles, deliverable at Honolulu
or any of the ports of the Islands.
Without Interest, will be made to those who desire, and con
trTS will lie made for any length of time.
E. P. ADAMS.
5 Office comer of Quoen and Kaahumanu sts., up stairs.
RITSO. & HART,
W I X S 1 X ) "spirits,
AT THE OLD WIXE STORE, under A.J.
I . Cartwrjpht's. oriVr for site :
Bmmly in keps and barrels;
Brandy, Tniied Vineyard Prcprietir:
f randy, Sizerac;
Sum in k?cs;
J(iru;c.i Kum In cases;
ficnfne old Scotch whisky, io 1 doi eases;
louo?.p:il.e'a whisky, in Inrr--! and keps,
Fine Mononiraheta aiiuWy, in one dor. cases,
Hollands pia in cases;
Schei.lam pin io ca-s;
NVolf-'s Scheidam schnspr-x;
Hostftter's bitter; Jap
C'lareL" r.f difTerei t brand;
(.'hamppne. pr ts and quarts, ilifferent brands;
SherrifS. pale ainl brown:
Fine old rt;
Hyas' and other brands of ale
Ship Slorra. duty free. 87
IIONOLUMI ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER,
rNPER LIsPEXSATION OF TITE
CEXER.4L GRAM) CHAPTER OF
I'XITKl) STATES OF AMERICA,
Will hold the R-TJlnr Meetin-s n the third Thursday of
every month, at the Hall cf tlie L dgv.
lc iToarrcs de 1 (fceanic.
Pf r order.
Jlonololn, ?ept. 8. (63-tf)
GRIXBAl'M Sz CO. hae Just opened, at their new
store, corner of F'rt arid M reliant streets, the most com
plete assortment of new and
FA S H I O X A Tl LE GOODS
Ever imnorte-l to these islands. Tlie asortmerit comprises
ail the mot recent styh-s of
CLOTHING. HATS. SHOES, &c.
Topether with every ilscriptLm of
G EXT LEM EX'S Fl'UXISIIIXG GOOIS.
Our frieuds and the pu')Kc are invited to call and examine.
.A. s. OltlXBACM.
62-tf M. S. ORIXBAUM.
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
T1EERS. WIXES AXD SPIRI
partly of the f.dlowinp article, will be found
of Q. KHOOKS, nar the Post O.Tice :
Chaireicne, of different brands:
H'ii-ks, of superior quality;
Piuternos, of superior qu.tlity;
I'lne Sherries; flne Port;
Hitters, various brandt;
Clarets, of various brands an ! nualitics;
All th favoriie brands of Ale. in pints and quarts;
Fi-sndy, Gin and Mononpahela Whisky, in larre or small
: Absynthe; N B Rum, Ac, Ac. 73-tf
flHE SFBSCRIBER IS COXSTAXTLT
. . receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the bes-t qualities
nnd Xo. 1"
vt Mte lead, pronnd in the best boned r-npiih oil, and is au
thoriMsd to contract at lower prices tlian the present market
J. C. SPALDIKG.
nonolnlu. June 9, 1S57. 60-tf
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, Sec.
CJfPERIOR CH A M lAGXE. RTT H,
IO Foucher A Co ;" pale sherrv. hock, clarets of different
brands. French liqueurs, (assorted.) Swiss absynthe, Hambnrrh
bitters, fruit syrups, (assorted,) cherry cordials, raspberry vin-
epar, pin, real Hollands, dark and pale brandy, schnnprw, pale
ale. For sale by S9-tf 1JRI LL A MOLL.
r!HE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN RARK
Jt. " Alexandro Garripos." consistinp of
330 Inns trn m Cents
1 fou Saltpetre.
Apply to L. H. AXTTfOV.
8-tf Or to J. C. E PAULDING.
VGA R .
For sale by CnAS. BREWER 2d.
Old copper and composition, and
Wanted by the subscriber, for which the highest cash price
will be allowed by
45-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
RESH COVE OYSTERS. OLIVE OIL,
Pickles, hams, Goshen butter, salcratus,
Comcd beef in keps for family use, cheese, sacks flour,
On hand and for sale by
62-tf A. P. EVERETT.
rilll E SUBSCRIBER has for sale a lot of Blacksmith's
M. Tools, suitable for plantations such as Anvils, Hammers,
Vices, Arc, at reduced prices.
HENRY SMITH, Blacksmith.
HANGING AND SOLAR LAMPS.
CJ HADES, CHIMNEYS AXD WICKS For
CJ sale I
B. W. FIELD.
Iafi fi 4 1 RPXXIXG FT.OF4t WORK.
IIUU el Tine Gutter for sale, ex " Elisa Ella."
C. H. LEWER8.
X PACKAGES OF ABOUT SO POrXDS
. each, for sale by (4-tf J. t. f "BURN.
JAK BOATS, IO,
61-tf s -
11, 12, 13 V1
For sale by
. CHAS. BKJE .
O sTksfft BUSHELS TURKS ISLAND SALT.
CHAS. BREWER 2n.
A VERY EXTENSIVE AND
C. 1j. KICnARBS &: CO.
OFFER FOR SALE A COMPLETE AS
- Crockery, :e. t
Kers mackerel, boxes codfish, boxes tobacco,
Boxes raisins, boxes soap, boxes candles.
Boxes Pristol brick, rerraicelli, matarront,
Bbls ld eider Tincirar, cases assorted syrups,
Cases preen corn, sausaee meat, mince pie meat,
Cases Lobster, raspberry jam, quinces.
Cases strawberry jam, cranberry jam,
Cases apple marmalade, peaches, currant jelly.
Cases strained honey, apple sauce, French capers,
Cses cheese, tomatoes, tomato ketchnp,
Cases peppeT sauce, assisted sauces,
Keps split peas, white beans.
Kecs eastern butter, cranberries.
Baps buckwheat. Genes see our,
Tins Haxall flniir.
Boxes smokel salmon, herrinp, Uible salt,
Boxes s;ileratus, soda, cream tartar,
Boxt-s pround pepp-r, allspice, clores.
Boxes cassia, pineer. mustard.
Half bbls dried apples, crushed supar, brown so par,
Baskets olive oil drums fips, Carolina ri.
Cases water, avln, butter and sugar crackers.
Cases pinirer snaps, Jenny land Cjik,
Cases brandy patches, branny cherries.
Cases assorted pie fruits, assorted meats,
Cas-s oysters, pickltrs. sardines, prunes.
Chests tea, keys pickles.
Cases yeast powdera, pineapp'.e, whortleberries.
Cans botletl linseed oil,
Keps 1'nplish white lead,
American white lead
Bbls bripht varnish.
Bbls coal tar,
Casks cut nails,"
IVep e lines,
Bbls navy bread.
j Casks composition nnl!s,
coils Manila rope, ass d
Cotton twine, ,
Octaves fine brandy, in bond;
Keps old S-irerac brandy, in bond;
Keps Otard, Dupuy : Co. brandy, in bond;
Bbls old Mononpah-la vhisky, in bond;
BMs old Mapnolia wliNky, in bond;
Keps old Mapnolia whisky, in bond;
Kt-ps old BoarNm whisky, in bond;
Csses Geneva piu. in bond;
Fine Port wine, expressly for family use;
Fine Sherry, Fine Sauteme,
Fine Claret, Fine Flock;
Cases ale and porter. Bitters,
Bas'.ets chatnpapne, Demijohns ice, 4c , Ac.
Ilonolulu, Oct. 15, 1S57. R? tf
CIGARS AND SNUFFS I
STEW ATI D respectfully informs his friends, and the
public generally, that he has n-w on hand an extensive
assortment of the above articles, all of the choicest brands.
He will always have on sale as complete a stock a is procurable
In the market. He offers the following articles, all of the first
quality, on reasonable terms :
1 or vise Glorv,
J. Patrkk A Co.'s Diamond P.,
Lkt Her Rip,
.M A VILA CtC.ABS, No. 2, TWIST RXDS,
Havaxsa Cioars, is fanct boxes
Faxct Pipes, Ac- Ac.
A crnrrnl nMorlmrnl ef Greeeriea.
XT notel street, near the French Hotel. 53-tf
Ia umber !
T THE OLD LIMBER
ceived. ex Fortnna. the best
assorunent ot nstem Uim-
ber evr iuiiiorted, conpirtinp of
15.000 feet sorted white oak plank, for Ship Carpenters
and tv'het lirriphts use.
20.000 feet hire pine sheathinp boanis. i inch thick.
15.000 feet yellow pine li to 1J inch plank, for heading and
20.iX)0 fet Pennsylvania white pine boards, parallel widths,
planed on one side.
4-1.000 feet assorted dimension plank. It to 2 Inch.
lOO.OOO best Aroosiuk shaved cedar shingles.
25.000 best laths.
And a variety of buildinp matTials.
C. H. LEWEKS, Lumoer Merchant.
6T Fort street.
PIAXOSI PIAXOSI PIANOS S
F THE CELER RATED MANTPAC
CHICKERING & CO.,
RAVEN. BACON Se CO. axd
NUNNS & CLARK.
The undersigned can furnih superior toned instruments of
the above makers, throuph SIpr. Badrr A Linden
brrprr. fyoLE Ac.ests for the Pacific coast.
Plans and styles can be seen at our office. Orders solicited.
66-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR-
Doors, Window Sash, Ilind.
O f f DOORS, assorted sizes, with mouldings and
" " J raised panel.
50 Snah Doors, assorted sizes.
SOO nir W itlow SsS. asitorted sires.
2.0 do RlitKltt, with and without swlvelsnss'd sizes.
Selected expressly for this market, and for sale low by
ST-tf GEORGE O. HOWE.
" EASTERN LUMBER
PER ELIZ A Si ELLA," A SELECTED
assortment of Eastern Lumter, consisting of
Tello'V Pine Flooring, Wotked.
rpmce do do ilo.
Half Inch Slatched Ceiling, a superior article for ITouse and
White Pinenrked Partition Boards.
Wide Coffin Tt-vardi, 'Shingles, Laths, and a general assort
ment of BUILDING MATERIAL9,selectedbythe undersipned.
8fi-tr C. II. LEWKRs.
FOU SALE RT THE UXDERSIGXED,
the following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of 260 to 300
1 new Topsail;
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. M. Studding Sail;
1 main Royalt
1 Spanker, 1 Jib,
1 Fore Topmast Staysail, .w -
lPpanlfer, j Nearly new.
1 Top Gallantsail, J '
1 set Iron strapped Cntting-in Blocks, with chain pendants.
complete. (j-ii ji. g. BUW,
PER JOIIX" GILPIN FROM BOSTOX,
SL to arrive :
Bales brown cotton, do denims, do bed-ticking,
Bales blue drill and blue cotton, cs linen-bosom shirts,
White and blue cotton thread, kip bropans, goat do,
Calf bropans, women's shoes, asstd blank books, Ac,
Patent charcoal irons, palm leaf hat, out nails, white lead,
rfonen: unseen 011, spirits 01 turpentine, celestial nine,
Chrome green and chrome yellow, Prussian b!ui
Shoe blacking, dried apples, ch-vse, hams, water crackers,
aLoaf and crushed sngar, soda and butter crackers,
Boxes raisins, do tobacco, etc., etc., etc. ,
C2 tf For sale by H. HACKFELD.
PRFXES. IX GLASSES AXD BOTTLES.
Sardines In i and i boxes.
Stearlne Candles, Salad Oil, demijohns Tinegar,
Assorted Pickles, Mustard, Pie Fruits,
Capers, Peppermint Loeenpes, Rocks and Drops,
Picnic Biscuits, .Waccaronl, Singapore black Pepper,
Sao, In bottles, Swiss Cteese,
Westphalia Hams, Sausages.
For sale by
62-tf H. HACKFELD & CO.
EX "GOLDEN STATE."
mHE ENTIRE CARGO OF LUMBER RE.
Ji cently amve1 by tne above schooner from Humboldt, con.
listing in part as follows :
65 31 1-Inch Northwest Board;
5 M 1-Inch Redwood do; -37
31 Scantling assorted sizes.
88-tf For sale by GEO. O. HOWE.
STORAGE FOR 400 TO 6OO TONS heavy or
light goods, on the premises of the undersigned
-44 .- P
- B. F.
A FINE LOT OF X'A RRO W-RRIM PA.
naraa Hats, nnpresasd. just received ner u Yankee." arwt
for sale by . 104-tfJ . C. A. 4t II. F. POOE.
SALE AT HIS STORE
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTS AND OILS,
N B S
RECEIVED PER A XT I LL A "
li Bremen, and for sale by the undersigned :
Bales fancy prints -do
do of Madapolams
do of superior shirting
do printed jaconets
do , Victoria lawn
do jaconet & mull muslin
do Swiss muslin and robes
do - bonk muslin
do bishop's lawn
do linen, mrdeakin
do linen drill
do do handkerchiefs
do cambric do
do lawn do
Bale emb. cambric haodkfs.
do table linen . ,
do linen tape, do thread
do Water's best quaL 6
. spool cotton
do sup. white flannel
do ptd. woolen table-corer
do tafctaa. oiled silk
do wh. silk cam. hdkfa
do ladies' reila,' asatd
do black quitta
do scarlet and bhte blanket
do sofa carpet
'White and black silk gloves, for ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mita, embroidered sleeves and collars,
Bracelets, ooifarvs, kid plovea, cs assorted silk
Cases asstd trimming cords and buttons
Woolen and cotton fringes, black mantillas
Cases assorted stockinps, do socks
Chil lreu'. socks and stockinps, silk and wool under-shirts
Ladies riding hats (great variety), Amazonia bats
Children's bat-trimmiups, woolen cord and tafeels
Artificial Bowers, great variety
English silk umbrellas, frr la.iios and gentlemen
Very superior portmonnaies and ladles' necessaries
Ladies' fancy note paper and envelopes
Ladies' immitation combs, do asstd flueons
Black cloth pacts, do buckskin pants, fancy do do
- Large assortment of different qualities cotton pants
Larpe assortment of half woolen pants
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, white plotxe do
Black Alpacca coats, pilot cloth, monkey Jackets aad pants
ecarlet and blue serpe shirts, white cotton do
Lambs-wool under shirts and drawers
Bleached and unbleached cotton under-shirts and drawers
Lineu bosom shirts, fai cy cotton do. of different qimbties
Hickory shirts, common felt hats, sujerior felt do -Palm
leaf hats, Leghorn do, silk gusjienders
Silk garters, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
Enplfch saddles, hop-skin do. saddle girths, saddle doths
SilverM bits, stirrups and spars, ruling whips
Lastinp gaiters, patent leather shoes,' French o.lf boots
Wrappinpaper, letter paper, flscap do, bill do ,
Paint brushes, shoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
f haviup brushes, hair do, lamp do, pocket books
Water Ix-ttles (stone), room paper and borders
Painted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knives
. Tahle knives and forks, pen and pocket knives
Scissors sml Jack knives, small chains, hooka and eyes
Rasps and files, assorted, bung screws
Iron snd brass screws hcks, spunpes, ivory eonhs
Plated candle-sticks, with tulip had-s, baffle combs
Pearl buttons, cast-stetl hand saws, hest English raisors
Ladies' pen and pocket knives, asstd ; pencil cases
Inkstandsjnatch boxes, plated baske'S. Ac-
Wax tapers, Britannia metal, tea and coffee pots
Casks hollow ware
For sale br
e2-:f H. HACKFELD A CO.
By the Aent Rndson'sJlay Company.
MAX'S IROX WIRE, assorted sizes;
Fencing wire, linseed oil, turpentine, white lead ;
Black paint, preen p.iint. Stockholm tar, pitch 5
Grocnes, perfumer', stationery ;
chenthlng copper, assorted siies ; composition nails, do 5
Anchors an) chains. the loave-st mnrlirl ratrs
mm, ass.rti sizes hair brushes, blue cloth caps ;
A rt -d clothing, spunyaru, railine ;
As-'critvl c rJase, tarred ai:d Manila ;
Stiito i cheese, haras. Brass' ale, sherry, port, brandy
Geneva auc', preserve.! meats and vegetables
Abtmithy's biscuits, Letuaiiu's biscuits.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERT,
j Including fittings and trimir.inps of all descriptions for carriage
1 and harness.
EARTHENWARE AXD GLASSWARE.
Canvass of all Xo.. huckabacks, stockings and hose 1
Green, blue and white blmkets ;
Lona Cloth, various qualities ; madapolams;
Brown cotton, blue prints, mourning prints, muslins ,
Crinoline, real cloih ; thread rf all kinds, cotton drill ;
Linn drill, crtinbric handerchiefs, silk do, book muslin ;
Victoria lawn, jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpacea;
Plack pripcetta, do lasting, siik umbrellas, cotton dot
Alpiicca umbrellas, ribNns, Mack lace mitts, black silk ;
Whit" silk, barege scirfs, broail cloth ;
Silk mantles, new styles ; cr.rds and tassels ;
Woolen plaid for children's dresses ; towels, lace falls j
Whits resting 1 preen, white, blue and amber lenos ;
Blue flannel, printed and plain barege 5
Gold lace, i to H inch ; combs, Ac, Ac, Ac
CAXDLES, in great Trity. 82-tf
nnHE UXDERSIGXED OFFERS FOB PALE
I Js. per " 1UZA : KLLA," from B.ton, the following splen
j rti l assortment of taUonery, Blank Boc ks, and Desk Furniture,
3, 4, 6 and 0 quire Journals, various bindings;
3, 1. 6 and 6 quire ledgers, do do:
3, 4, 5 and 6 quire ISeeord Books;
3, 4. 6 and 6 quire Day Books;
3, 4. 5 pad 6 quire Log Books;
Assorted canro looks; Assorted tuck mem. hooks;
do tuck diaries aud almanacs, for 1S5S;
do writ inp books, with and without copies;
do cap ledper indices; atorted letter liookr ;
200 reams letter, cap and note paper;
10 do bill and account cm?nt paper;
100.000" buff and whit- envelopes, of all sizes;
2.000 parchment ami-cloth envelopes, of ail sizes;
A great vari'ty of blank notes, drafts and biils of lading;
Bowditch's Navigator; Kvpeditk-os Calculator;
Nautical Almanac, for 1S53; 100 cross steel pens;
Gutta ptrcha pens a new article; copying brushes;
Assorted red tape; red, fancy and black senling wax;
ioxes Bssonea pummea seals; patent ingjeraers;
Patent pencil sharpener; patent traveling ink stands;
Flat, round and octapou rulers; tin cash trays;
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do mottled and plain lineu twine;
d lats, sm:Ul toy nd school;
do banker ' wallets, for notes nnd hllln;
j iew ot reai AiiuiLa pens; la.ties' small sired etter papers
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100 Davie's Primary Arithmetic,
50 Parker's Juvenile Philosophy,
20 do. First Iyssons In Philosophy,
Clark's Elements of Drawing.
Lardner's Steam EnpfTie,
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Juvenile Choir by Bradbury,
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Waverlv Nov-ls IIIustrated-12 vols, complete.
Cheevers Sandwich Islands.
Irvinp's Complete Works 6 vols.
Alderbrook 2 vols.
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy.
Cook's Voyages Round tlie World 4 vol.
Life of Captain Cook, the Discoverer 2 vols.
Gerard, the Lion Killer.
Howitt's Land of Labor and Gold.
O'Meara's Life of Napoleon.
Family and hip Medicine Chest Companion.
Francis' Manifold Letter Writer. 'M
Lempiere's Classical Dictionary,
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Gliddon's Types of Mankind.
Universal Gaserteer of Literature.
Adventures of Don Quixote Illustrated.
Widow Bedott Papers.
Philosophy of Mysterious Rappingi snd Bepl.r to Bteei
The Skeptical lira.
The Roving Diplomatist by Wikoff. -The
States and Territories of the Great West.
A Common-place Book of Thought, Memories and Fssd
Derivation ot ramiiy .unn.
Life of Napoleon III.
Life of Prince Talleyrand.
Balloon Travrls in Europe
Anecdotes of the American Clergy.
Iicmue. or the First Days of Blood by Pumas.
Trials of a H-wisekeeper.
Lves from the Tree IjdrasyL
Knight of the Golden Melice.
The Gentleman in Black.
The Two Guaniians.
R-cent Speeches and Addrtsets .by Charles Strmwr.
Gabriel Vane his Fortunes and Friends.
Panorama of Life and Liteiatuie of LitteJL
The Hiawatha Legends.
Home Scenes and Home Sonnds. "
M-xlern Mysteries KxplsJned and Exposed.
Art and Indowry of tlie Crystal Palace
Napoleon ia Exile.
The Life and Reign of Nicholas I. of Rossis.
Poetry andlystery of Iireajcs.
The Romance of History.
Old II a an, the Pawnbroker dostraied.
Star Papers Ward Beecher.
Anderson's Coarse of Creation.
Mechanics' Lectures on Science, tc.
Yankee Enterprise Illustrated.
Men ot Character by Douglas JervoH Illamt..
Stray Leave from Fairy Land.
The Youth of the Old IKxninioa.
American Education by Maosleld.
Scene ami A .1 venture in the Arm v.
The Upper Ten Thousand by C. Astnr Bristed V.
My Cousin Nichoias by the Author ot Infold y 14
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G.vley's Lady's J
Graham's Illustrated . . . . t
Leslie's Magaalne of Fashion, - - . .
Hunt's M'rclianu Mafrine. - . M
Knickerbocker " - . .
Eclectic . . . . Nj
Llttei's Living Age, (weekly) - H
Blackwoiid't 3fapaziur. fi:"ncliM - . - 'H
Blackwood and the 4 F.iip1L1i QuartfTtlec . - W
Either of the 4 EnalUh '
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North American Review. fonarLrlv - I
De Bow's Review, (monthlv) . . . VJ
Dickens' Housrhoki Wonl. . . . . .
Butchinit's California M.iciine. . - "
London Illustrated News, (weekly') - ' .
E-ening Mail (tri-weekly of the LondNn
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London Weekly Times, . . .
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French Conrier des Etats L'nis,
New York HemU, (weekly) .- .
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Boston Journal, (weekly) ....
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Philadelphia Evening Post, . .
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New Bedford Jlfercnry, .....
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