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pat apoo testimony, a judicial decision can
' little more respect than the drawing of a lottery,
I know not what new legal enactments can
this evil. It la very alarming one, and it indicates a
trrievoas deficiency La the moral and religious educa
tion or the people.
. To othsr sMl referred to is the miserable state
oar prison system. Men and women are eonyicted
crime, sent to Jail, kept there, it may be, for a
in idleness, because there is no remunerative
within the prison walls then hired out by the
or for the terra of their sentenc, oftentimes by
friends or relatives, and they live in just as
com fort, with all their wants and tastes supplied
fully as the most Tirtnons of their neighbors.
re the terrors of s law which has no final sanction ?
In these remarks no blame is intended to be
thrown upon those wbohavechargeof our prisons ; they
cannot make Cricks without straw. The simple,
notorious fact only is referred to, that upon no island
in the kingdom, unless it be Oaha, is there any effi
cient prison system." V
COJTCTIOSJ OS MACI. MOLOK1I AXD LAX1I, SOS 1365, 1856 AXD
Offcmtea, , . .
Drunkenness - -Assault
Adultery and Fornication,
Larceny, - -
Breaking the Sabbath, . .
Dtoturbias; tba Quiet of the Night,
Drinking Aw a, - -
Malicious Injury, . . -
Bigamy. . -
House Break jag', - . " .
O ambling, ...
Selling Spirits without License, -
VioUung License Laws, .
Gross Cheat, ...
Carry inj Deadly Weapon.
Cruelty to Animals, , -
Anting Deserting Seamjr,
Giving Birth to Btar"hildren,
Pel i ei 1 Ing Justice.
FomUhing Intoxicating Drink to Natives, 4
Receiving Stolen Good.
Breaking the Peace,
Selling Aw without License,
Varancy, . -
M anu.'actarlng Intoxicating Drink,
Inciting to Breach of the Peace, -
VI tating Road Tax Art,
TioUting Fish Tabus,
Truancy from School,
Xegtcet of Parents to send Children
All other Oflenses,
Total Convictions in District Courts, a JO
rairo is ciarrrr coct, 1S5T.
- Qftnata. Hrard. Convicted.
AmaK arl Battery on Police ,
Officers. - - , 1
AsaaaU marl Ra(rry, whh dan-
Assault and Raaery, under eh
9, Bc 9, Penal Code,
Contempt of Coon,
Pei Jury, ...
Attempt to Commit Rape,
f. II.. ws.
Jf amber of Persns Pros-cnted,
Number of Persons Convicted,
Namb-r of persons Acnu:tted,
Total amount of fine impvel
lfeoo. S7.ZI8 oO; l!o6. S7W.t 87 ; 18-7. 81
75 ; collected only tO,123 12. j
Kavai AJfD XiihaC. The report of W. FI. R'ee, '
Esq., District Attorney for the Fourth Jn l ci-il D;s
trict, is In some respects gratifying." He savs in h:s
report for 18o6 : ,
The number of cases in all the court is c-nw.u-r-ab!y
less for 1856 than for 18-5, which lenrl n-e to .
belieye that there is a decMtl liminiitim f crime
in this district. From my own observation m from
Convetation with men of intellig-enee an-l exirience,
I believe that industry is becoming Rore genenl
among our native popaUtin, which of itself has a
stronw tendency to diminish crime." i
And in his report for 1857 he says : i
I beg here to ad 1 the testimony of oar mach res- !
pected locnl Circuit Judge, fhnt the conviction for
perjary at the last Circuit CenrT are prr-lucinz a ;
wholesome effect ia repressing this vriona critne." j
He also adds : It is .,p.i.jrire f r me to state 1
also, as the result of my observation, that in the miin '
the duties of our District Justices are promptly and
cosvmroxs o ucat aid nsar, ros la3, 195 av 1357
OJtnt. . 1955. I95. 1S57.
Larceoy, - . -,jg) 15 21 a
HuruUry, - - ... 6 J 0
Perjury, 0 1 9
ifcwuit and Battery. o o 0
Aasaolt on aa Officer, q 0
A.isanlt with Intent to kitt, .1 q 0
QuarreUing. ... . . o ja 0
Arialtry xud Fornication, . 33 j fl5
Drunkenness, . 25 -j
Prinking Awa, o e 0
tfatcbUnir, - - . o 8 13
PrcCtnity. - -- - - O u 3
Preakine the Sabbath, 11 5 c
Polysamy, - - - - 2 1 0
aescae, ..... 4 o 0
Kiat, O 3 0
A Whoar and Abetting Larceny. .0 0
Cross Cheat, u 1 -
Fast Riding, O 1 0
Ijnbezzlemcnt, u o 1
Robbery, - - - - 0 0 2
Kaiick'us Ii.jury, ... 0 0 j
S?eretinT Prulefty, o ft
Vagrancy. o o 15
AU other Offenses, - - 10 u q
I.l Convictim. lj& 152 135
Oinc The retarns.of conviction on the Mind of
Uaua are m aorae respects very gratifying. 1 allude
especially to the diminntu n in the number of cases
rf drunkenness;, adultery and fornication. Mr.
One- 1, Police Justice of Honolulu, says in his ro-
porf x the District Attorney
It gives me pleasure to be able to state that the
. record of this Gurt ehows a very considerable de
crease in the number both of trials and convictions
from that of the preceding year. Although the nam
ber of cases is still very gresit, and intern pemnce
V stalks through the land," it is eucuraging to find
that its onward course has been cheeked.
. O U a sad leninc sight to .we d.ty after div new
LiCen brought before the Court, with the marks of
intoxication fresh upon them, and to know that the
ngsrtt which has done the work is eomprwd J in
Kredieiirs the continneil use of wbWi must inevitably
lead to paralysis and deaih.
Four-fifths of the twenty-two hundred conviction
for the year 1856, may be traced directly to the in
fluence of intoxicating sulf funce 4
During the Litter part of the pa.t year the Prefect
cf Police has been actively engaged in the suf.prt--;.i
rt the aalecf beer. Ilis exertions have to . a. cert .-tin
extent reen auccessiui. nut so pronrnble ishis traffic
thtt it id difficult to meet the ingenuity uftlx.se who
Lereby make their gain.
. The course pursued by the D-p-irtmnt of the
Interior in refusing to grant licence has hid itseiTecf
by removing a cover beneath which dealer in these
. Substances were accustomed to he!fer tlteniie.
I am hopeful that by persuing the amne policy the
present ye-ir will show adecrease fr.m the put, and the
coming from the present. This, however, abuve all
others, is an evil to successfully meet whic'i dern md-i
conswnt and untiring vigilance. It the con tm; adopt
ed by the Prefect of Police is pereveicd in ami
measures pushed forward with vigor, 1 know no let
ter means of prevention."
His views have proved correct, and hence a diminu
tion in drunkenness in each sueced:nff yeir. The
same means, which aro now contiuuel. Imve the
same goad results.
A. B. Bites, Esq., District Attorney, in his report
for 1856, presents some imrx-rt int ' views, .iii to
which in his report for 1857 he ca la my .mention
gila Be sajs :
The larjje number of constables that ire appotnt-
ea for the convenience or the public out of H-iuobilu,
I am inclined to think are, in the discharge
tbey aatame to be their daties, beeom'tng a cl ts of j
petty plunderers, and doing much moie mischief I
than good. . The system of allowing tne half f
the penaUiea imposel to be pail to the inrormer '
tad aces the country consume-, who re;eiv no t
Other eompeoMtioa for their -".nervices, to becume I
spies upon their neighbors and over zeilon in '
their etrta to secure convictions. Tiiey ar told
wrong haa been or is to be committed, an I they 1
poance apon anyone who is able to piy, often j
retralesa wnether tnere is proor th;tt would justify
ft conviction. I weald recommend that tt ere should
Hot be more than two or three constables appointed
to attend upon the several justices oat of Honolulu,
and tha bey should be paid fees for the actu il aer
rices the perform, ia accordance with a fixed rule.
I feel assured such .a ays tern would secure equal
futafalrteas of tne officer an I prevent many com
plaints that should not be made
Having so often expressed my views in former re
ports 00 the system of imposing pecuniary penalties
tor ths correction of morals, and the necessity of an
amendment of the statutes regulating appeals, without
rscei vinjr the approval of the Legislature, 1 only rerer
to what I have before said as expressing my op nions,
which ars becoming more fixed by my experience."
Ha farther adds ; la the Courts of Record thiry
one persons have been convicted on trial, ten dischrg
ed after verdict in their favor of Not Guilty
and fourteen dismissed apon the motion of the District
Attorney, on the ground that there was not evidence
that could be produced to convict them or that public
policy did not demand their trial.
Dorioz the past year there bas been one person
tried and convicted of murder in the first degree, who j
nas suffered tne penalty ot death the only case
that has occured On the isl tnis since I have discharg
ed the duties pf a proscating officer which is now
aloort nine years.
It wui fee obserred by the schedules attached that
" oZiacc of si more heinoos character are hot all
tromajitted, and almost antirely by foreigners, who in
justice it should be recorded have beorme offenders.
not as hardened rillians, but under the influence
The number of nersons arraigned before all
Justices, as appears by their reports, amount to
8.-J36; of whom 2,492 were convicted and 840
dismissed, i One of . the Justices neglects to state the
number of persons arraigned and subsequently dis
missed by him, but as only 31 were convicted,
presumed the number dismissed were bat lew.
The offeuses fur which they were arraigned is
in the annexed schedules." K . j.
In bis report for 1867 he says : "f k -
The number of persons arraigned bfce all
justices, as appears by their report, amount to
or whom Z,7UI were convicted, ror what often ses
they were arrested appears also in the several sche
In the Courts of Record of the island Z persons
have been convicted on trial, IS discharged after a
verdict in their favor of "Not Guilty," and 10
missed upon the motion of the District Attorney
want of evidence to be obtained to secure a conviction.
or publio policy did not demand their trial, with
consent Of the tourt.
COSVltTIOSS OS OAHU fOR 1855. ISM AM 157.
. Murder, - -
Assault and Battery,
1 "-"5, - - - -I
ring Stolen Goods,
Disturbing the Peace,
Selling Spirits without a License.
Polygamy, . . -Adultery
aod fioniicatioa. -Lewdness,
Act jMipprwsina; Prutitution,
Furious Ki ling, ,
Oambling, - -
Burgisry. . - - -
Ansault with Deadly Weapons,
Cruelty to Aniiuals,
Or s Cheat, .
Felmiitus Branding, '
CiKnmon Nuisance, -
iolating the allath,
Irtting II.t-s m tlie iahbuth,
M:i!ictus Ii.jury, -Carrying
FiKhiing, - .
avranrr, . - - -
Selling IMiw-r to Natives. - v
lanuf.icluiii4 Intoxicating Liquor,
S liin Opium witl.uut Lictiibe,
tVatnen afli-r h ur. -
Aiding N'iuc:i t. Desert. -
Conimitt'il untler Muster ami Servants Act.O
Pr Guilty. 0
Ace- i"iry to Crime, 0
PUutiin: Awa, - . . 0
OtLvr vuuue. ... 9
T.'t-il C'n vict ions
cuxraBATivz view or coxnmosd rou ill oFrs-Vscs Tnaorca.
HI THi KIX0D0M Dim..; TUt 111 TOBCK TEARS.
Ojen$. ' 155 185o. 1857.
Murl.r. 0 0 1
.Mansl .urfiter. ...00 0
liurL-Ury. - 9 4 6
Pt rjury, .... 6 3 tl
FTUrry. ..... 3 2 1
Oers I heat, - - - 14 7 4
Lrr-ny, .... 205 170 165
K-ceiviug St.len 0 ki1, 4 3 24
A lult. r an. I Fornication, 794 663 643
Puly carry, 8 4 4
Ltwin-i and Lascivious Conduct, 35 39 '2-
Cru-ltv to Animal's i . 10 9 8
A.au t arv rialttrj-, ... 214 "222 . 255
.Msliri-m I jurr. ... 3 20 27
IitnrMnc th- tvac"1. - - 2C'S AS 11)
IMTurVini- Quiet i.f the Nljlht, - 14 32 32
Iru:i.en, ... 2,459 2,090 l,01tf
rrii.kin? Aa. ... 10 12 2
Mti!:inc ?i trit. 11 0 U
Sollinjr fi.iru withul License, . 1J 7 7
AMI'nr lertiLg seamen, 2 3 4
Pr.far.itv. .... 25 9
Vi-Kiin the Sahbatb, . - 110 . 29 7?
IM..try, 6 0 2
O.niMiiis-. - . . . 15 35 oa
Furi .u Ki.lin?, ... 57 245 S.
'.iimii Xuiance, - . . 59 21 42
P;an:iiff Awa. - - - 17 12 O
Fnru!hii.e ei.irks to Natives, - 8 9 r' Zl
K.nH-ziioment. ... 3 1 1
FelonU tit Bmn llnff. . . 2 2
l arryiuir I'estlly Weapons, - 9 0 7
Aan!t with I'cadty eanous, - 2 '0 0
K-cu .... . -0-3 0 0
P.T ertirjR Justice, . . - 27 14
F:Khti:.2. .... SO 0 0
A..au!t with Ii:t-Tit t" K'll, - " 1 0 0
Maufiicturiiir Intoxicating Drii.k, 0 70 .11
Affray, . - - . 0 13 0
Viprtncy, .... 0 4 22
L-ttini; Il..rss on S.il.t-ath, .0 0 0
Committed under Masterand Servants' Act.O 0 11
All other Ofrcnses. . . 78 109 1S9
44d 8,932 4,007
FIVES AD PESALTIKS aECRrcO AT THB TBEA.-TET 19 TUt TWO
TEAKS SXDIG MARCH 31, 154.
From Clerk of Supreme Court.
From Circuit Judtre. Honolulu,
From Circuit Judpe. Krilau.
From Police Justice, Honolulu,
From IUtrict Jus'ticc, Honoluiu,
Fron' Pitri -t Justice, K a,
From Iistrict Justice, M abinae,
Prrni Th'strict Juic, WaUIua,
Frr.m Difitrirt Justice, Kilnuloa,
From firict Justice, Knolaapoko,
From Iitrict Justice. Waikiki.
From Collector General of Customs,
Front Circuit Judpe. Waikapu.
From Clerk of Circuit Court, 21 District,
FrMn Fohce Jnlice, Lsti:iiDa.
From I'istrict Justice, Lahaina,
Fpim IMtrict Juvice, Wailukn.
From l istrict Justice, llniLua,
From District Justice, Kuhakul'ia,
From District Justice, liana.
From District Justice, Kaupo,
From Iiistrict Justice, llt-nuaula.
From District Justice, Mnlokai,
Frotn District Justice, La Dai,
From Circuit .Turtle, Hilo,
From Circuit Jud?e, Kona.
From Circuit Judire. K'hala,
From Clerk fVcn-t Cnurt, 3d Wstrict,
From i'.lio- Justice, Hilo,
From fHstrict Justice, Puna.
Fr'in Di-rict Jastice. Kau.
Frm J'istrict Justice, S.ia'h Konn,
From Distri t Justice, North Kona,
From fii-tr-'ct Justice, Sooth K ihala,
Feom fitrict Julie , Il.-imakna.
Tftn Di-trkt Justice, North Kihala,
Frm Cirenft Judr,
Fr m Clerk f'iretrt Ju-lcc. 4th Pistrict,
Fr.m Ditrlct Justice, Waimea,
From Titrict Jutire, K Va.
Frtn Distriet Ju-tic-, I'nna,
Fp-tii District Jit-rice. Kdau.
Fr m f:Nrict .liistie-, Hnnalet,
Fr m District Ju lice, Niihnu,
24 5 99
$ M24 11
1 10.5 IS W
7.7 5H 11
The who!e nnmher of npi1?ca'ions for divorces an l
seftr-Atifins for the yetrs 18-V5 anJ 18.57, ate as fol
T tal nppttrations,
howln an increie in the latter year over the
former, nn l a li-zht increase, in the nnmber frrantx,
bnt a decren-e n apnlicntions in the year 1856 as
comnired with 1855, which shows :
i?5 Tdvorced, . ... 75
P-rfmt"J, .... 3
I!sm:s-d, - - 00
Tot d applications, - . . 101
The nnmiierof .,vorces exhibits a lamentable defect
m iio neti? ti lelity I trnt thai the wis-lom of the
p'S'si-itare wilj be able to devise some improvements
ia i',t's,;c e luc ttion especi illy applicable to females.
wh:ch will remedy th's (treat evil
The civil cause in the various Courts of Kecor 1
h tve ns formerly reqiiirel jrent attention. Some of
them have invol rd Jaree amounts of property, and
of course were very "important to the parties. The
business is ro connected with foreigners, and increas
ing in trade and commerce, that an increase of cases
of a very important and interesting character is in
The jurisdiction of the court is extended by courte
sy to foreigners, when it is important to the parties
that the matter of difference should be settled at once
Respectfully submitted. ,
(Signed,) ELISITA II. ALLEN.
More op Dickens' HorsEHOLD Xrocbles. A New
York correspondent of the Boston Atlat and Bte says:
" The scandaloas reports about Dickens and bin
family have excited much attention here; but the)
manly card of Mr. Dickens, published in Hounehold
Words, relieves him from the imputation of infidelity.
1 was yesterday conversing with a gentleman well
acquainted with the Dickens family, and he attributes
the difference between the novelist and wife to di verso
views they take in regard to the religious education
of their daughters. Mr. Dickens is a decided latitu
dmarian in his views, and generally attends the Uni
tarian Church; while Mrs. Dickens, an Edinburgh
lady, brought up in the stricter doctrines of Presby
tenanism, still clings to the religious ideas inculcated
m her youth, and naturally wishes her daughters
brought up in the same way. The fact of the daugh
ters siding with the father merely shows that, like
most young people, they approve of those doctrines
that offer more freedom, and are generally more at
tractive, in appearance at least,' "
It is hinted that the character of Mrs. Cenam in
LUlle Dorril, may have been intended to reprove
some of the austerities which have annoyed the no-,
relist in Itis wife
ARK JTOW RECEIVING, PER LATH
KIVALS, a large stock of ? - r.: - -v.
PROVISIONS, . . ,
v ship chandlery; - cy
': . - NAVAL STORES,
Which they offer for sale at lowest prices.
New Pilot Bread, . New Navy Bread,
Eastern Flour, California Flour,
Corn meal, - Amerv-an mesa Beef,
Rice, A merman mess Pork
. Hawaiian Beef. , , . . -
Of different brands, warranted.
1 brown sugar, ' No. 2 brown sugar,
No. 1 molassees, - Black tea, green tea,
Preserved peaches. ' Preserved quinces,
American butter, Pres'ed pie fruits, -Kona
coffee atid Hllo coffee,
; :. Ass'd meats, clams, . , .
Caxes crackers, oysters, corn, peas, etc, etc. .
. ... 1
Fresh Iland-irrown beans, tarce flat ' Lima.' beans. " ""
Small white u bmne" beans, long speckled "California"
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Heavy leather boots, do bmenns, fine boots, lined hrogaus.
Half boots, fine brogans, buckskins, slippers, Ac
PAINTS, OIL, &c.
Pure white lead. No. 1 do, black paint, preen, do.
Prussian blue, chrome yellow, verdigris, linseed oil.
Bright varnish, black do, copal do, spirits turpentine,
Coal tar, lamp black, paint brashes, sash tool brashes,
Stockholm tar. -
Assorted numbers cotton duck, heavy Raven's duck.
Light Raven's duck.
An assortment of fine clothing, pants, shirts, socks, cravats
under shirts, handkerchiefs. Ac. '
Lances, harpoons, gig irons, one-flued Irons',
Bomb lances, whaling guns, Ac.
A constant supply of new Irish potatoes, new sweet notatnes.
onions, pumpkins, always on hand in shipping season, and
jiiieu ai siiun nonce. -
TT Together with a general and full assortment of mm-han
dise usually found in a Ship Chandlery establishment.
Lahatna sept. 24. 90-tf
To tHe Owner, find Persons iulrr'Hted in
Wlmlcships in the Pacific Ocean.
Okfics or thr Pasima Rail-Roar CoMeivr, I
Nw York. July 20. 1S57. S
The Panama Rail-Uoad Company takes this method
i,.-! -, "-ynmrminn tnose interestetl in me halm husi
TVV. ness, of the alrantntfes ofTcret hy the Railroad
toss the Istjimus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the ("nited States, and for sending out
fits and supplies from the Cnited States to Ptnama.
The K lilriad has len in regular and successful operation for
more than two years, and its capacity for tl:e tniiisMrtaiion of
e-ery description or merchandise, incluliuir Oil, I "divisions. c.,
' tfas heen fully tested. The attention of feveral CaUiins of
, whaleshljis has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
I their nil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama R.til-R'iari Comiany has made arrangements
, to affonl every ffwility which may be required for Die accom
plishment of this Important ohj.-ct. A Iirr. 450fiet lonir, has
been built in the hny of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to rcc-ive cargoes from lighters or vessels IvitiK
alonirsl.le, and deliver the same aloncsile of vessels at As(in
wall. Vess-ls f from 200 U S00 tons c;in lie at the 1'icr with
f safety, t'roundins; in the mud at low water.
! The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing: hries, be
InnninR to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New Yirk,
undqr Ihroajh Uillx f Lrftilinv at the nte of seven
cents per Kalian, if received at the Pier, and eight ce' ts per iral
lon if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, charuinp for
the capacity of the cal.s, witbtt ulloninjf for wantaire. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers every exense frm Panama to New York, In case
the oil Is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Head Compary, Insurance excepted. The
freichu. may Im madtCiyable on the Isthmiu or ii aw York
at the 04iHi of ttiehiper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, anil
the average passages to and from Asplnvrull are aliout twenty to
twenty-tive days. The time occupied in enwsing the Ishmns is
four hours. Oil, duriinr its trinsit across tlie Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or eonveyel in covered cars, and owners
may he assured that every care will be taken to prevent leak a ire.
Several cargoes have alreaily been conveyed to New ork with.
our the sliifhtest loss.
(HI or other goods cousienel for transportation to the Paper-
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to WilliMtit
rlwn. Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Horwv
lulu, sandtrk-h Islands, ami is pr'mrel to furnish every requisite
information to shippers j -
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
Frepektc L. IIasks,
Agent Panama U. It. Co.. Honolulu S. I. 64-I2m
CAST. 1SOREIST BKOIVIY'S
AVII AI.INf: Cl'. PATENT IIOM 1) LAXCES
A.M) lll'.V IIARPOO.VS. !
AITKR i9r.VKRAL TF.A KS-LA DOR .4X1) I
e-erimentiug upon whales, on the whnlintf ground, with I
his apparatus, combined with the ad vantages ol being a practical
whaleman, the Iutentee has been enabled to obtain an instru
ment in form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective
ik cannot lie excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the following testimonials. j
Sax Frasctsco, January 10, 1556. !
CAfT. t. Brows Sir. I take this opportunity to inform
you th;it wi usc.l those Bomb Litucts we Iniuglit of you, ami
found them to be of great oe.:cf in capturing whales amongst !
. the ice. f
The flist whnl tV t we - -d the n.jml Lance on was killed t
I in the Ml, -wing macrtT The boat went alongside of the whale '
I and the bont-teerer tired a Rqnb into him ai-d then fastened to '
him with a gig iron : the Uotnb was heard to expl'sle, and the
whale did not blow after the Bomb expMed. The above-mentioned
whale was in the ice, and it is our opinion that we should
I not have got that whale and manv others tlutt we dt.l Bet. if it
I Irwl not lieen for your Bomb Lances, ami we fully recommend
1 th-.-m to the attention of those flrting out whale sliljis.
Thou as WALt, Master bark Grorgr.
HoNoLCLr, March 17, 1856.
IT. Robert Brows .Vu dear $ir i I used your Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made
250 bills, of oil. We never could have taken him without said
Lanres, as our boats could not get near enough to use the com
mon hand lance.
l. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Mnynnlii.
IlosoLri.r, March 15, 1H56.
Capt. RortFRT 'Bitowv Dritr Sir .- I take this opportunity
to inform you tlmt I used your Bombs on the voyage in the ship
lrrald, and found theroj eff'-ctive in taking whales, and would
r-ov.mmend tiH-m to all whalemen, and esp-cially n round the ice.
I also usel the harpoon and got most of the whales by your
uuns ana ppparatu. s
Isaac Alls, Master ship lltrald.
Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the undersigned,
A rents, who have the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons for
14-tf R. COADY k CO.. Honolulu.
F WIItLKSHIPS AND OTHER VES-
iE!.S. Wo.m1 of suiicrior quality can be had at Koloa at
5." per cor.l ; fresh beef at 4 cents per lb ; sheep, at f :i per head ;
and goats at fl 60 head. Also a. the Kirt of Ilanalel, wood and
beef can t had at the same rat". The Harbor of Ilanalel is on
the North West side cf the island, and has saf- and good an
chorsge in from 6 t- 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
als-i he had at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above.- Also frui.s
anl veetnlies of varh us kinds can be procun-d at all the above
TT Wood always on hand at the beach in qnnntities to suit
purisers. (W-tQ OEORtJE CHARM AN.
To l! hnlemr n !
W MAt'y would respectfully solicit the same pa
tmnace hretof re enjoyed bv the old ftroi f Marv 4
Lasr, at the established Jlepot f-r Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka.
will hue, llasraii. where will be frmnd at all times a (rood supply
,01 tiret. .iullan. lr'. I'onllry, ana also the cele
1 brsted K AWA I II AE lOTAT0F.
I The alKive articles can he furnished at the lowest rates, atd in
quicker time than ot any other port at the islands. All beef
sol I hy me will be warrants! o keep In any climate.
TT Jio charge made on inter-lslaad exchanire.
73-tf O. W. MACY.
TO SEAMEN AND STRr.NGERS.
nIIE I'ndcrsiirned Is prepared to receive moneys, nr valua .
I blc artieL-s of small bulk, on deposit in his vault in the Vnut
OiBce Bulldinir. (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Government
a the Treasury.) These vaults are considered fireproof, and are
safer than aoyotherin Honolulu, gtrancers visitinpthe Islamls,
and seamen or officers sroinir to sea. and wishinp to deposit coin,
valuable paM-rs, or Hhcr articles, during their ahtence, will find
this df-posit an accommoilation to them. When sums of money
an? ieu iot a term 01 twelve mourns, or longer, they can be in
vested or not, at the option of the depositor, and interest on the
rioiMwit secured. A receipt will be given for all sums ir valua
bles deposited. H. M. WHITNKV.
Honolulu, Oct. 1857. 70-tf
SUBSCRIBER S CONSTANTLY
receivlnff, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
of fresh " "
I . "Pure,
White lead, ground In the best boiled Enpllsh oil, and is an
tnonsea to contract at lower prices than the present market
. ' J. C. SPALDING.
Honolulu. June 9, 1857. 60-tf
JUST RECEIVED EX A1ELITA."
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OP PAINTS AND
OILS : White Lead, pure, extra and No. 1, -Zinc
paint, Paris green, chrome green;
Verdigris, keirs VeuiUan red, j .
. . Kegs French yellow, chrome yellow in oiL
Tins Prussian bine, putty,
WMte chalk and whiting.
Best boiled nil, 2d quality do.
Raw and kakui oil, tunntine.
"-2i For sale hy II. PI MONO.
SALE Bl" THE
r a vessel of 2i0 to SOO
BV the following 8 AILS, suitable for
1 new Topsail;
1 new Foresail; . . - -,
1 new T. M. studding Sail;
1 main Royal:
1 Ppanker, Uib, 1
1 ore topmast staysail,
1 Spanker, - f
1 Top GallanUall, )
r Nearly Dew.
- 1 set Iron atraovM CutMng-in Blocks, with chain pendants,
complete. - -- llO-tf - - B. F. SNOW.
V . . BREAD
1 2,000 fAVY
ifPRR FOR SALE A COMPLfiTG
SO&XMENT of .... . ;
SsjIw Chsisslery, . . , : ,
r i j. JIarsIw
re - . - . -Creekerri
Rers mackerel, boxes codfish, boxes tobacco, -
Boxes raisins, boxes soap, Doxes canoies.
Boxes Bristol brick, vermicelli, macarroni,
Bbls ckt cider vinegar, cases assorted syrups, .
Cases green corn, sausage meat, mince pie meat.
Cases Lebster, raspberry Jam, nuinces. ;
- Cases strawberry jam, cranberry Jam,
Cases apple marmalade, peaches, currant jelly,
Cases strained honey, apple sauce, French capers,
Csses cheese, tomatoes, tomato ketchup,
Cases pepper sauce, assorted sauces, ,
Kegs split peas, white beans.
Kegs eastern butter, cranberries,
Bags buckwheat. Genessee fiour, - -Tins
Boxes smoked salmon, herring;, table salt, . , ... .-
Boxes saleratus, soda, cream tartar,
Boxes ground pepp-r, allspice, cloves, - .. . s t
Boxes cassia, ginger, mustard, " 1
Half hbts dried apples, crushed sngar, brown sngar,
Baskets olive oil drums figs, Caroiiua rice,
Cases water, soda, butter and sugar crackers.
Cases ginger snaps, Jenny Liud cakes,
Cases brandy peaches, brandy cherries.
Cases assorted pie fruits, assorted menu,
Cases oysters, pickles, sardines, prune.
Chests tea, kegs pickles, . . , . .. ' -
Cases yeast powders, pineapple, whortleberries.
Cans boiled linseed olL
Kegs English white lead,
American white lead
Bbls bright varnish." ,
Bbls coal tar,
Casks cut nails,
seizing stuff, ,
Di-ep sea lines,
" Spirits turpentine, ;
French yellow, '
Bbls pitch, -' V "".
Tar, " '
Casks composition nails,
Coils Manila rope, ass'd sizes,
Bbls navy bread.
. . Octaves line brandy. In bond;
Kegs o)d Sateme brandy, in bond;
Kegs Otard, Dupuy & Co. brandy, in bond;
Bbls old Monongaitela whisky, in bond; ; -Bbls
old Magnolia whisky, In bond; " " "r
Kegs old Magnolia whisky, in bond;
Kegs old Bourbon whisky, in bond;
Cases Oenpva gin, in bond; -Cases
Fine Port wine, expressly for family use; .
Fine Sherry, Fine Sauterue,
Fine Claret, Fine Hock;
Cases ale and porter. Bitters,
Baskets champagne. Demijohns Jfcc., fcc , &c.
Honolulu, Oct. 15, 1857. 03 If
RITSO. & HART,
.WINES AND SPIRITS.
VT THE OLD WIXE STOJIE, under A..
Cartwright's, offer for sale :
Brandy in kegs aod barrels;
Brandy, Mart. IPs;
Brandy, l ulled Viny'ard Proprietors:
Rum in kegs;
Jamaica Rum In cases;
Ieiiuiue old Scotch whisky, In 1 do eases;
Moni.ngiihela whisky, in barrels and kegs,
Fine old Mononguhela whisky, in one dox cases,
Hollands gin in cases;
Scheidara gin in cases;
Wolfe's Scheidam schnapps;
Stoualiton's hitters: .
Ciarets of differei.t brands;
Chamiuigne. pi- ts and uart, different brands;
- Plwrries, pale and brown;
Fine old port:
Byass' and other brands of ale;
Ship S l o r-, rtnty free. 37
CIGARS AND SNIFFS!
STEW. 4 R D resp-ctfully Informs his friends, and the
public generally, that he has now on hand an extensive
assortment of the almve 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 article, all of the first
qn.ilitv, on reasonable terms
ASDKRSOS'S POLACK, I
Moa.vixn Glort, '
J. Patrick k Co.'s Diamond P.,
Kk hmond 8's.
Varixa'u Casistko, .
Sl-AMSH MlXFll, .
l.rr Hkr Bir,
.1jtMLA CIGAR.S, No. 2, TWLOT KDS,
Ilir A!A ClOAKB, D VASCT BO IKS
Fasct Pirfcs, Jkc c.
A grncrHl aworlinrnl of Crseerirs.
Hotel Street, near the French lliHel. 53-tf
HONOLULU ROYAL IRlH CIMPTER,
I XDKR DISPENSATION OF THE
CF.XF.RAL GUANO CHAPTER OF
IJNITKH STATES OF AMERICA,
Will hold the. Regular Meetings on the third Thursday
every luofcth, at the II.ill of the L-slge,
Honolulu, Fept. S. (OS-tQ
Iiiniiler ! I a ii in her ! '
1 J llfi tILilf M MUKU 1 Allll-Just re
XjL ceiveii. ex Fortuna, the hest
ber ever import'-d, cinsisting ns
15,000 fi-t assorted white oak
and Wheelwrights' nse.
assortment of Eastern Lura-pl.-itik,
for Ship Carpenters
20,000 feet white pine shnt!iinu boanls. 1 Inch thick.
15.000 feet yellow pine 1 to 1T inch plank, for heading and
20,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine boards, parallel widths,
planed on one side.
6,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine shelving, planed on both
4-1.000 feet assorted dimension plnnk, It to 2 Inch.
100.000 host Aroostuk shaved cedar shingjes.
25,000 best laths.
And a variety of Imililitnr materials.
C. II. LEWERS, Lumber Merchant.
7 Fort street.
piaxosi ri.vxosr piaxosi
F THE CELEBRATED MAXCPAC
TfRESOF . .
CHirKERING & CO.,
RAVEN. BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLARK.
The undersigned can furnish superior toned Instruments of
the above makers, throuich Ier. ISmler &; Linden
terser. tsiLE Acssts for the I'acihc coast.
Plans and styles can be seen at our office. Orders solicited.
66-tf C. A. H F. POOR.
Door, Window xash, Blinds.
" T DOORS, assorted sizes, with mouMincs
KM Vr W raised panel.
50 Snail Dnora. assorted sizes.
SCO pnir V indow Snah. assorted sizes.
2 .( lo Blinla with and without swivels, ass'd sizes.
Selected expressly for this market, and for sale low bv
87-tf GEORGE G. nOWE.
PER -'ELIZA i ELLA." A SELECT!
assortment of Eastern Lumber, consisting of
Yellow Pine Flooring, W01 ked.
Spruce do do do.
Half Inch Matched Ceiliiifr, a superior article for House and
White Pine worker! Partition Boards.
Wide Coffin Hoards, shineles. Laths, and a genera! assort.
mentof BUILDING MATERIALS, selected by t he und?r8icnied,
S-tf C II. LEWERS,
NEW GOODS! .
DKR "MEL1T A"-ATT INVOICE OF SC-
JL eriur LIGHT CLOTIIINU, adapted to Town Trade:
White linen duck Coats, '
White Marseilles do.
White linen drill Pants,
Black al paces Frocks,
P Fashionably made.
I07-tf For sale low hy C. A. k II. F. POOR.
WITST RECEIVED, PER
" 3IELITA," A
small invoice of Shoes, as follows
Patent leather, glove fcip. Congress Gaiters,
Enameled Congress Gaiters,
Goat Brogans, .
For sale by C. A.jfJ H. F. POOR.
FOR SALE 34.000 GERMAN BRICKS,
to arrive in September, per bark t- Harburg." Apply to
r bark "Harbui
CO. IIOFFSCIILAEGER k STA PENH0RST.
FOR SALE REFINED HESSIAN AND
Liverpool Rock bait to arrive in September, per bark
Ll. HUFFSCHLAEGER k BTA PENII0RST.
OAK JOIST, hard
12 x-0 inch.
Pine Plank for ship carpenter's as
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d
FOR SALE BV
II. M. WHITNEY.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE.
GENUINE FARINA COLOGNE WATER
For sale by (104-tf j E. HOFFMANN.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
ERMAX RAT POISON For sale by
FINE WHITE SHIR I S: ; '
CARTONS FINE AVIIITE SH IRTS.L.NEN
bosoms, collars and wristbands, forsale by -. - - -8!.tf
v C. A. II. V. POOR. ;
SasMsWBa t "V - V '
: -1 -- -
v a VERY
CONSISTING OF A
; , ...
" HARD WARE,
FRKSH PROVISIONS ;
A t S A Ifl . SAVIDO K
KING STREET, NEAR THE BETHEL CHURCH.
TIII4T.1A MAMS. SMOKED HAMS?
. uf,'ar-curca tiams. rmu uui -
French Mustard, ,
Sardines, s nail tins,
Sardines, large tins,
Assorts -d Spices,
Fine Oolong Tea, '
Fine Green Tea,
Fresh Boasted Coffee,
Assorted Scotch Biscuits
Salt W ater Boan,
Fine Tnhle Salt,
Carbonate of Soda,
4c, 4c. &c.
English Dairy Cheese,
California Cream Cheese,
Light Brown Sugar,
Crushed Loaf Sugar,
Pearl Sago, ,
. Pearl Barley,
i Split Peas,
Sc' tch Oatmeal,
Neapolitan Maccaroni, '
Fresb Corn. Meal,
Assorted Meats and Soups,
Fresh Oysters, -
. Fresh Clams.
- Fresh Salmon,
Assorted Knglish Fruits,
'Assorted English Jams,
Assorted Knglish Jellies.
'Assorted English Sauces,
Assorted English Pickles,
English Green Peas,
French Green Peas,
White Wiue Vinegar,
Fresh Peaches, in tins.
Fresh Quinces, in tins,
Raasted CstlTer, packed in
for Ship' Ufe. -"
Goat Skills, Hides,
irn c ;vn at THE HIGHEST U
by (01-tO J- c- SPALDING
nilE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE will
allowed by the subscriber for clean
SAL.rfc.IJ Bl LLULn.
delivered at hi premises iu Fort-street.
CIIAS. BREWEK, 2i.
BOUGHT AS BEFORE. AT THE HIGH
EST CASH MARKET l'BICK, by
4i KRt'LL k MOLL.
ATT ENT ION ! The nndersigi.ed offers the hijrbest cash
mark-t rates (Vr the above articles, deliverable at Honolulu
or any of the ports of the Islands.
LI II I It A L
Without Interest, will be made to those who desire, and con
tracts will be made for any length of time.
E. P. ADAMS.
45 Office corner of Queen and Kaahumanu sts., np stairs.
GRIXBAl'M i. CO. have just opened, at their new
store, corner of Fort and M rchant streets, the most com
plete assortment of new and
Ever imported to these islands. The assortment comprises
all the most recent styles of
CLOTHING, II ATS. SHOES, Sec.
Together with every description of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
. Our friends and the public are invited to call and examine.
, A. S. GKINBAl'M,
02-tf M. S. GKINBAL'M.
PRUNES. IN GLASSES AND BOTTLES.
Sardines in I and I boxes, "
Stearine Candles, Salad Oil, demijohns Vinegar,
Assorted Pickles, Mustard, Pie Fruit,
Capers. Peppermint Lozenge, K'icks and Props,
Picnic Biscuits. .Maccaroni, Sin&apore black Pepper.
Su-o, in bottles, Swiss Cheese,
Westphalia Hams, Sausages. -
For sale bv
62-tf U. 11 VCKFELD t CO.
EX "GOLDEN STATE."
nrUIE ENTIRE CARGO OF LUMBER RE-
JL cently arrivel hy the above schooner from Humboldt, con
sisting in part as follows : -
Ci 31 1-Inch Northwest Hoards;
5 M 1-Inch Redwood do;
37 M Scantling, assorted sizes.
S8-tf For sale by GEO. G. HOWE.
DONE IN A VARIETY OF STYLES
neatly and substantially, and on fair terms. Law Books,
Music, Newspapers, &c, bound to onier. Portfolios, Scrap
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Books, and Blank Books, made to
order, officers or ships can have their Navigation and Log
Books, and Charts, -bound and repaired, at the Mission Office,
ivawaianao. "i.i books reoouna at snort notice.
Orders may also be left at II. M. VII ITXEV'S Book
store, Honolulu. SAMUEL RCSSELL
July 1, l5a.tf-
11 EC ALIA.
4 FULL ASSORTMENT OF I. O. OF O. F.
and MASONIC REGALIA, constantly on hand, such as
itoyai arcn, &i. ai.'s, p. u.'s, .
Kucampment, &c. &c , ke.
Military goods of all kinds can be furnished to order.
62-tf Apply to C. A. ill. F. POOR.
For sale by CHAS. BREWER 2d.
Slush, ' - '
Old copper and composition, and
v 00 1,
Wanted by the subscriber, for which the highest cash price
will be allowed by ,
45-tf CnAS. BREWER, 2d.
1USSIA CORDAGE. SPUNYARN.
Jt Marlin, Sewing Stuff, Flag Lines, Hooks and Thimbles,
iiounie ann single diocks, v bite leal. Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue, . l
English boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
For sale by
62-tf . - , H. HACKFELD k CO
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, &c
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE. BRUCH.
Foucher & Co.;" pale sherry, hock, clarets of different
nranus. rrencn liqueurs, (assorted,) Swiss absynthc, Hamburgh
bitters, fruit syrups, (assorted,) cherry cordials, raspberry vin-
ginreal IlollTndsTdartandle hTSpZ pate
For sale by I3-tfl . KRL LL k MOLL
ESS. JAMAICA GINGER.
DROWJi'S CONCENTRATED ESSENCE
m-m 01 tfamaics uinger, per " lankee" for sale hv
104-tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
Tools, suitable for plantations-such as Anvils, Hammers,
Vices, 4c., at reduced prices, '
; FOR SALE! i
fJsnE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN BARK I
Si Alexandro Oarrigos," consisting of , ,
8aO t.wa Strnns C-cila.
. 1 tn Snltjseire. : :
Apidto t , I . II. A NTH ON.
Or to J, C 8PACLDLNG.
3 OO VSKM TURKS ISLAND SA1.T.
lAbge -assortmknt of
: NAVAL STORES.
v PAINTS AND OILS,
I N B S v
1 ' " CARTS. '
liECEITED PER A NT I A,". FROM
IX BreiLen, and for sale by the undersigned :
Bales fancy prints
do mourning do
do . of Kadapoiams
do of superior shirting
do printed jaconets
do Victoria lawn
do jaconets 4 mull muslin
do Swiss muslin and robes
- do book anuria
do bishop's lawn
do linen, moleskin
do linen drill
do do handkerchiefs
do cambric do
do lawn . . do
Bales emb. cambric handkts.
do table linen
do linen taps, do thread
do Water's best quaL S-cord
do sup. white flannel
do thihet '
do ptd. woolen table-cover
do tafutas. oiled silk
do wh, silk cam. hdkfs with
do ladiea' veils, asstd aaL
do Mack quitts
do scarlet and blue blankets
do sofa carpets
White and black silk gloves, for ladles and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mits, embroidered sleeves and collars.
Bracelets, coifures, kid gloves, es assorted silk
Cases asstd trimming cords and buttons
Woolen and cotton fringes, black mantillas
Cases assorted stockings, do socks
Children's socks and stockings, silk and wool under-thlrta
Ladies riding hats (great variety), Amazonia hats
Children's hat-trimmings, woolen cord and tassels
Artificial fiwwers, great variety
English silk umbrellas, for ladies and gentlemen
Very superior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Ladies' fancy note paper and envelopes
Ladies' immitation combs, do asstd flacona
Black cloth pants, do buckskin pants, fancy do do
Large assortment of different qualities cotton pants
Large assortment of half woolen pants -
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, white pique do
Black Alpapca coats, pilot cloth, monkey jackets and pants
Scarlet and blue serge shirts, white cotton do
Lambs-wool under shirts and drawers '
Bleached and" unbleached cotton under-htr And drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fancy cotton do. of different qualities
Hickory shirts, common felt bats, superior fell do
Palm leaf hats, Leghorn do, silk suspenders
Silk garters, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
Knglish saddles, hog-kin do, saddle girths, saddle cloths
Silver'd bits, stirrups and spars, riding whips
Lasting gaiters, patent leather shoes, French calf boots
Wrapping paper, letter paper, foolscap do, bill do
Paint brushes, bhoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, hair do, lamp do, pocket books
Water tiottle (stone), room paper and borders
Painted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knives '
Table knives and forks, pen and pocket knives
Scissors and Jack knives, small chains, hooks and eyes
Itasps and files, assorted, bung screws
Iron and lirass screws, locks, spunges, ivory co nbs
I1atel candle-sticks, with tulip shades, baffle combs
Penrl buttons, cast-eteel hand saws, best Knglish raisora
Ladies' pen and pocket knives, asstd -, pencil cases
Inkstands.match boxes, plated baskers, 4c
Wax tajrs, Britannia metal, tea and coffee pots
Casks hollow ware
For sale by
3-:f n. HACKFELT) 4 CO.
By the Iffent Hudson's Bay Company.
rwil XM AX'S IRON WIRE, assorted sites i
M. Fencing wire, linseed oil, turpentine, white lead ;
Black paint, green paint. Stockholm tar, pitch ;
irocenes, perfumery, stationery ;
Sheathing copper, assorted sites ; composition nails, do ;
Alienors ana cnains, a 1 llielownl market rate
Iron, assorted sixes ; hair brashes, blue cloth caps
A ssorteil clotliing, spunyarn, ratline ;
Assorted cordage, tarred and Manila ;
Stilton cheese, bams, Byaes' ale, sherry, port, brandy ;
ueneva nance, preservea meats and vegetables )
Aberncthy's biscuits, Lemann's biscuits.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERY,
including fittings and trimmings of all descriptions for carriages
! and harness.
EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE.
Canvass of all Xos., huckabacks, stockings and hose ;
Green, blue and white blankets ;
Long Cloth, various qualities ; madapohuns t
Brown cotton, blue prints, monrning irints, muslins ,
: Crinoline, real cloth 5 thread f all kinds, cotton drill
Linen drill, cambric handerchiefs, silk do, hook muslin
Victoria lawn, jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpaceaf
Black iripcetta, do lasting, silk umbrellas, cotton do
Alpacca nmbrelbis, ribbons, black lace mitts, black silk ;
White silk, barege scarfs, broad cloth t ,
Silk mantles, new styles ; cords and tassels ;
Woolen plaid for children's dresses; towels, lace falls 5
White vesting t green, white, blue and amber lenos ;
Blue flannel, printed and plain barege f
Gold lace, i to 1 j inch ; combs, kc, kc, ke.
CANDLES, ia great variety. S2-tf
LATLO POPULAR BOOKS
RECEIVED PER BARKS "MELI-
and uYAXKE,n an. f.r sale cheap for cash :
The American Naval Sketch Book 2 vols.
Peter Gott. the Cape Ann Fisherman.
Ross' Accountant's Own Book.
Ured a Tale 01 the Dismal Swamp.
Waverly Novels Illustrated 1 2 vols, complete.
Checver's Sandwich Islands. . .
Irvins's Complete M'orks vols. -.
Alderbrook 2 vols. , .' ' '
Burton's Anatomy o' Melancholy.
Cook's Voyages Round the World 4 vols.
Life 0f.Capt.-1in Cook, the Discoverer 2 vols.
Gerard, the Lion Killer. ...
nowitt's Land of Labor and Gold.
O'Meara's Life of Napoleon. .
Family and Ship Medicine Chest Companion.
Francis Manifoid letter Writer.
Lempicre's Classical Dictionary,
A great variety of Juveniles. " -
Sectator (J vols. " --
Gliddon's Tvjies of Mankind. '
Universal Gazetteer of Literature.
. Ad ventures of Don Quixote Illustrated.
Widow Bedott Papers.
Philo9oihy of Mysterious Rappiugs and Reply to Bcecher
The Skeptical Era.
Tlie Roving diplomatist by Wikoff.
The States and Territories of the Great West.
A Coromon-phtce llook of Thought, Memories and Fancies
Derivutiou of Family Names.
Life of Napoleon III.
Life of Prince Talleyiand.
Balloon Travels in Europe.
Anecdotes of the American Clergy. '
Inirehue. or the First Bays of Flood hy Iamas.
Trials of a Housekeeper. :
Leaves from the Tree IcdrasyL
Knight of the Golden Melice.
The Gentleman in Black. ' - -
The Two Guardians. .
Tangletown Letters. , . ,
Recent Speeches and Addresses by 1iarles Snroner.
Gabriel Vane his Fortunes and Friends. :
Panorama of Life and Literature of Llttell. ' -The
Home Scenes and tlmne Sounds.
Modern Mysteries Explained and Exposed.
Art and- Industry of the Crystal Palace.
Napoleon iu Exile.
The Life and Reign of Nicholas I. of Russia. ,
Poetry and Mystery of Breams.
The Romance of History. ,
Old Haun. the Pawnbroker Illustrated. .
Literary Criticisms. . t. . .
Star Pajiers Ward Beccher.
Anderson's Course or Creation. - .
Mechanics' Lectures on Science, kc.
Yankee Enterprise Illustrated. . . .
Men of Character by Douglas Jerrold Iiiustrat'd.
Stray Leaves from Fairv Land.
The Youth of the Old Dominion.
American Education by Mansfield.
Scenes and Adventures in the Army.
The Upper Ten Thousand hr r Aatn TtrUtivl Titn.M
My Consin Nicholas by the Author of lngoldsby Legends.
v noicc nones irora JtousehoM ords.
And about 1000 other volumes.
107-tf - HENRY 51. WHITNEY.
DER JOHN GILPIJ FROM BOSTON,
Bales brown cotton, do denims, do bed-tlcklnp,' '
B ales blue drill and blue cotton, cs linen-bosom shirts,
M hite and blue cotton thread, kip brogans, goat do,
Calf brogans. women's shoes, assbl hlanlr honira. ...
Patent charcoal Irons, palm leaf hats, out nails, white lead.
o"om iiusroi on, spinn 01 turpentme, relestiai blue.
Chrome green and chrome yellow, Prussian blue,
. Shoe blacking, dried apples, eh-ese, hams, water erackera.
. Lojif and crushed sugar, soda snd butter crackers,
Boxes raisins, do tobacco, etc., etc., etc.
62-tf For sale by II. nACKFELD.
AND FOR SALE BY J. C. SPALDING
lawm rxiston, 1 . p.:
WoaTes,,re J:F. Marten's Brandy,
50 cases Chainagne Cider;
100 kegs, 10 g.Ulons each, whisky. ' '. , Jgt
ST?RA?E F.R ? 600 TOXS
."h'ht goods, on Oie premises of the undersigned
44 R. p nvnir
PANAMA HATS. r ,l
A FINE LOT OF NARROW-BRIM PA.
nama Hat, unpressed. Just renelw.1 u v..,i j
lor sale by (104-tf 1 c. A. at H. F. PtKHL.
a aa1 nrvvivc , . i
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aJV V Gutter for tale, ex " Eliza Ella." ,
C. II. LBWRR8.
HANGING AND JS0L A R LAMPS.
CHADES, CHIMNEYS AND WICKS For
B. W. FIELD.
IN PACKAGES OP ABOUT SO
JL each, for sale by
' 94-tf J. F.
A half BOATS. lO. 11, 12. 13 k U i n
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4c. esaaotdo without it. - "UQ,,l'iK
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" Aa Infallibla destroyer of lhe
whbmit ft." j, not vUimt
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FOWLS and AXIHAIJ4. Ia.--A ,1
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joytneaa taamenM populr iysjw
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Only Iniallible Beznejjs'
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be sent Ibro'igh tbesosll: bm lamxt,
ths ilttrie rovedrr will be found so efcm
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hearioc a ttmiti nt ths Pmpnetor't r
ffnld VThnlssala and Retail a C0STf
Principal Irpot. Ko. 3HS bno
New York, and by respectable U vsac,
throiucboui Uie Coiled Males, lb so
iMin ana aguu Amcncm.
814 also, by
S. P. FORD.JI
G. P. JI DD.X
2YE W IIOOKV
PER SHIP ELIZA k
A BBOT'S KINGS AND QfLt
L.ue in the I'aiace.
Abbot's Illustrated Histories consisting of S
the complete set.
Abbot's Maroo Paulo Series o volumes, eompld
Abbot's Franconia Stories In sets of 10 volum-J
Alton Locke, an Autobiography, by Charles KiJ
Andrews' uitin-riglish Liexiooa. . .
Anthon's Classical Dictionary.
Arabian Nights' Entertainments Illustrated.
Arancanians 1 or. Travels in Chile.
Bement's American Poultry Book illustrated
Barnes' Notes on the Go pel complete set, 11 W
Miss Beecber's Doroesue Receipt Book.
Do do do Economy.
Do d ' ' d Ietters to the Penr.
Do do do Physiology and CiW
Natural History of Birds. . . j
Blackstoi.e's CommeoUrlea onhe Lawt oltaj
Countess of Blessington S Memoirs.
Abbot's Life of Napoleon Bonapare 2 vohoM,
Abb-rt's Napoleon at St. Helena.
Brande's Enrycloiiedia of Arts and Seieneei. '
Miss Bremer's Homes of the New WorU-.'BtaJ
Bonner's Child' Hisfan-y of Home 'I rw.
Adventure uf Beckwourth, the Mountainea.
Crabb's Synonyms of the English Laiunisce.
The Czar and the Sultan t or, Nicholas ana AWt
Christian Theism an Essay for which a Prist
Child's Book of Nature 8 volumes.
Cobb's Pocket Lexicon.
Robinson Crusoe, by Alexander Defoe Ul outran
Dick's Celestial Scmery.
Dick's Practical Astronomer.
Dickens' Doinliey It Son 2 vols. ljmo.
Dickens Bleak IIous 3 vols. I2mo.
Duff's Bookkeepinr DouHe and Single Entry
E thank's Life in I'.raiil; El Gringo.
Ferris' Utah and the Mormons.
Flowers of Fable with numerous engrarion
Gcrs taker's Fire Tears' Voyages aronod tbt "jq
Gray's Elements of Natural Philosophy.
Gray's and Adams' Geology.
School History for Boys i volumes.
'2b volumes of Harper's Magazine, bound.
Harper's Gasetteer of the World the best im'fcJ
s Harper's Story Books 35 volumes the nrwa
ries of book I f.r children ever Issued.
Ilaswell's Engineer's Pocket Book.
Hervy's Courtesy, with Uinta on Manners and B4
History for Boys; or, Anuals of Modern Ears
Hac's Travels through the Chinese Empire J"
Humboldt's Cosmos 4 volumes.
Humboldt's Travels and Researches.
Hume's History of Euvland volume. LW.3
aiacauiays do do - do,
Leigh Hunt's A uU 'biography.
The Learner's Series fur Children visr Lesnix
mon Things, lUght and Wrong, to Read, U
S volurrtea. J
Lossing's Field Book of the Revolution m. 4
t rated 2 volume. ; I
nvicuim uia .nisinisin, or, a xour lonsaa .m
Manti. and a' Vovalre ThittHT. hv Mclrille.
Oraoo, Typee, Moby Dick. White Jacket. PiemM
Hannah .Moore's Cisnplete Works 1 volume.i'
The I-land World of the Pucifio.
Holton's Travels in New Granada.
' Thackery's Newcombs limn, cloth. Itlastraf
Orator's Touchstone, or Eloquence SunulilVd.
Paley's Natural Theology. .
Madame Pfetffer's Voyages around theWurii.
Pilgrim's Progress iilttstratwl.
Preseott's Micccllarties and Essays. ' ' ".
Natural His.wy of Quadrased.
Rus9.-irs History f Polynesia. ,
Bates Note on the Sandwich Islands. .
Scott's Infiuitrv Taclir 3 vnlnniea
Mrs. Sherwood's Complete Works 10 vohnsa-B,
!pUTXheirt' JJirenoiogy; or. Mental Phenoaia
Stephen's Oehttal America 2 vcramu
Stephens' Vucataa 2 volume. r
Stephens Egypt and Greece. , '
Twenty Year in the Philliplne Inlands.
Vestige of the Natural History of Creation.
Vaux Cottage Architecture.
Waikna, or. Adventures on the Mosquito Shfl
Wealth and Worth; or. Which Makes the Jim'
Wilkinson's Ancient Egyptians 3 vols.
Bonner's Child's H:st-ry uX Greece. . -
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i-ouiieu 3 i-iott 01 ivime, j
Northwest Coast : or Throe Tears In WastiinfW
Married and Single, etc, etc-, etc. ; F- khr, J
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THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER'
rue i n Tf I 1. rill n 4- R.un.itee
did assortment of SLaiionery, Blitnk Bks,lH
vl. ,1 .. ,
H A A m..A Jl I ,1a
1 .1.1 V 4II UMjtO " '
3, 4, 6 and 6 q. Ira Reowd Book; .
' a, 4, 6 ami 6 4urr tay Rooks;
- , 4, 6 and 6 quire Lnji Books; . .
Assorted cargo books (.Assorted titdk men
do tuck diaries and almanacs, for
do writing bonks, with aod without e"r
do cap ledger lodloat assorted letter
2O0 reams h-tlcr. oap and not paien
10 do bill au4 acowtnt carrent pspfri -
100.000 bufl" and white mwLM .r .11 siso!
S,0t0 parchment ami doth envelopes, of J
A great variety of blank notes, srafu and Ni
nowuiich'a Aavigatorj Kxpnditkau Calcuis""
GuUa nnW .i.i.. ..rini
Asaortnit i.n.i f..n.M ...1 Kl.li aealisf"!
Boae assorted gummed seals; patent Ink tnJ
Patent peocil sharpeners; patent traveling i
Flat, round and octagon rulers; tin cash trarw - J
Lubiu'a, Faber! an.1 BAipes' lead pencil? tin
gross rati, Clue and black Inks; assorren nv
Aiaorted portloli,eholee article; assorted t'2y
do pen holders, various pUern; p
do paper weights; assorted inkstands;
do mottled and pUui lloeu twine; i
do ' slate, small toy and school; I
do banker wallets, tor notes ttvl bilH. . J
A few stoss of mat A lhata nenai ladies' small ".
laMsN Anaa a. a. . B-alS rHwrBf !.
M. BIRO" lrna Boston..
1000 FarWer's rvimert,
500 do. Wonl Builders,
100 do. FN Reader,
100 Price's Fpel. Book,
SS0 ilontelth's First Lessons In GeU"'
iOO do. Manual of
- ISO MeNaHy's Ueogmyhr,
? i:9 Davie's Prlir.ary Arithmetic,
M Parker's Juvenile Philosophy.
20 do. First Lessons In Ituk-"'
rts laments of Drawing.
"- "-daer's Steam Engine,
--as 4t Eastman's Boo Keeping.
vene Choir by Bradbury. , .-, .
Jtures 00 Arts and Beleooo, ' . '
: sotwC;art, - 1 -
-soouth ColL Kycsas and Toaea,
--u'a Travels in Xurupe, 2 f
-.tr vena DaATsv ,