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Twltm nummary, '
Tb agxrejrare Tain of the Salmon fisheries of Ire
laad. is aid to exceed 81.000.000 ner annnm
Chicken, were soM m the market 'at Cincinnati.
Vr pr, and good sized turkey, at
twentj-fire cents each.
The GoTernment of Holland hare decreed that the
y" '" naior Java. Sumatra, Borneo. &c,
. ?t.ope" to th trmde of world from the lat
day of May, 1859.
Thrappropriation of 930.000 made by the Missis
SiDDt Senate, tn Knilt . : v" r a
- - - uivuuiuCUk 111 UUUUI VI VJC II.
Quitman, has b en rejected in the House.
A Mr. Cole, ofQaebec, is said to have invented a
..u.uv VJ wutcn one man alone can raise a weight
of mx thousand pounds.
In the Anhnrn StafA Pnann ,. Ol T. - i J
, . .u mi wu. ivuiurrj
convict waaakowered to death. The convicts became
greatly excited, and a general rebellion was feared.
Col. Fremont's Mariposa mine yields from 81,500
.,ww siu; wn. mc quaru mui is woraea oy
A man named Mace sued a citizen of Dayton, Ohio.
far having some years ago caused his conviction and
imprison Tent in the Penitentiary for burglary. He
lays bis damages at 860,000.
Oerrit Smith figures that,; taking in the expense of
V . . CTL"J,"""D8 newspapers, reeding paapers.
vies iot uovernor at toe late election, cost
him just four dollars each.
The Tscth Otopokev. The Mobil: Register
with more frankness than wisdom says: "Let the
Democratic party become, in its organization, as it
now is fa ts essential organization, a Southern sec
The London AVtcw has undoubted authority for
saying that although her Majesty finds it impossible
for her and the Prince Consort to pay a visit to
Canada, a short interval only will elapse before one
of the young Princes will go there.
The wounded members of the Gouldy family are
now considered oat of danger, and, with the exception
of Mr. Gouldy. are able to be about the house. Mr.
Gouldy is gaining rapidly, and his complete recovery
is confidently looked for.
An Australian, from the number of murders com
mitted in that auriferous region, thinks that Mel
bourne must be the place Shakspeare speaks of when
he says, that bourne from which no traveler re
turns." It is reported that M. de Rothschild has sent,
through the representative of his house in the Ponti
fical States, the sum of 10,000 francs to M. Mortara,
to enable him to continue his efforts for the restitu
tion of his child, without sacrificing the interests of
The Mississippi Senate has passed a bill prohibit
ing, after the first of January next, the circulation
in the State, of all bank notes of the denomination of
twenty dollars and under. It also parsed a bill
granting divorce to all parties who may have been
separated from bed and board three years, without
The total value of steamers afloat on the Mississippi
and its tributaries . is more than $60,000,000, and
number as many as fifteen hundred more than twice
the steamboats of England, and equal to that of all
the other parts of the world.
American agents were said to be persuading Den
mark to sell Si Thomas and Johns Islands to the
United States. '. '
The British Board of Trade returns for the month
of October show a falling off of 716,092 in the value
of expoits, as compared with the same month last
year. The shipment of cotton, manufactured, how
ever, exhibited a large increase.
Wm. Lemon Oliver, the London stock-broker, who
was found guilty of forgery, and applying to his own
nae securities and property intrusted to his care, had
been sentenced to twenty years penal servitude.
It is stated that advices from Salt Lake, show that
the Mormons still entertain an idea of emigrating,
and have made a contract for lands in the Mosquito
Advices received from the Japan squadron, give
assurance that it will return to the United States
some time in May. and that an embassador from J:
pan will accompany it.
A letter from Buenos Ayres, in the Havre Journal,
states that the bishop of that place has excommuni
cated all Freemasons, and declared their doctrines
incompatible with those of the Catholic Church. In
consequence of this, the clergy have exhorted from
the pulpit the wives and children of Freemasons to
quit them, and servants to denounce them.
A LrcxT Old Mas. -John Brobst, an old man,
living in Cumberland county, Maryland, had just
been discovered to be the rightful owner of a large
tract of mineral land in the heart of the richest re
gion of Pennsylvania, worth $8,000,000. He has
sold out all hia right and title for 82,600.000.
Ths Epidemic or 1858 at -New Ok leasts. The
Yellow Fever has about ceased its ravages at New
Orleans, after prevailing with more or less severity
since July. During the period extending from June
It) to Nov. 21, the official reports of interments show
that the deaths in the city amounted to 8296, of
which 4850 were of Yellow Fever, and 3446 of other
The emancipation of the serfs in Russia is now, in
so far as regards tbe capital, an "accomplished fact."
The suburb of Ochta, of which both the land and the
inhabitants were formerly the property of the Admi
ralty, has now been fully enfranchised, and at the
Lite municipal elections for that district upwards of
SOoO who had formerly been held in boudage came
forward to claim their privileges as freemen.
A Government oil contract, for 60,000 gallons
winter sperm, at $1 21, has been taken by an Ed
girfon (Mass.) bouse.
The sailor Austin, one of the parties charged with
firing the wbaleship Cortex, has tamed a mouse in
his cell in tbe Boston jniL Tbe Journal says, the
little animal occasionally emerges from the pocket of
Austin's jacket, while he is in the Court-room, takes
a run over bis head and shoclders. takes a look at
tbe Court and counsel, and apparently satisfied that
all is right, retires to bis retreat.
Bonner keeps op his Ledger advertising, by the
half column, column, newspaper and page, spend
ing not less than 8350,000 a year on his newspaper.
Nothing could better illustrate the advantages of j
.!--. rxr Srvnhpn Centrd ATMP aaiil I harf !
always considered advertising liberally and long
to be the great medium of success in business, and
the prelude of wealth. And I have made it the rule,
too. to advertise in the dullest times, a long experi
ence having taught me that money thus spent is well
laid out as by keeping my business continually be
fore the public, it has secured me many sales that I
woold otherwise have lost."
Sesator Doc G las. One of the principal topics of
speculation at Washington now, is, how Senator
Douglas will bear tbe affront put on him by the
administration, in assigning him the second place on
the Committee on Territories. It is fully apparent
that there can be no truce between Douglas and
Buchanan. One or the other must succumb at last,
and it seems pretty evident that whoever will, Dou
glas icon'f." The bitterness of this warfare will not
be confined to Washington ; letter-writers assert that
every effort is making to ensure his defeat in the
Legislator of Illinois; and it looks as if Douglas
would have one more bard fight, at least, before his
next Senatorial election is secured.
The cask or Capt. Kiblisg The case of Capt.
Sibling, who was held to answer in a suit for embez
zlement brought by the owners of bark JVt S. Perkins,
of which be was lately master, Wednesday underwent
a series of transformations. At 9 o'clock in the morn
intr. Car. K-. who had previously made an assign
ment of all bis property and effects for the benefit of
all hia creditors, took tbe poor debtor's oath in due
form, with a view to obtaining an immediate release
from eonfinemenU . Notice of application for a re
view ef the proceedings, was however given by the
counsel for the plaintiffs in the suit, and be was
held la custody to await the result of a second hearing
in the matter, to be bad within fifteen days from the
date of application.
" Within an boar or two after tbe conclusion of these
proceedings, the United States Marshal for this dis
: - , . i w: . . wnn ;t. -
warrant for the arrest of Capt. Kibling, charging
him with having feloniously sold the property belong
ing to the bark V. 8. Perkins; and requiring his
preseaoe to' answer before tbe United States District
Court. - '
The captain was taken in charge by the Marshal
aad was Wednesday afternoon conveyed to Hartford
for triaL In case of a eonvietwm for the offence
charged s gainst him, the extreme penalty would be
imprisonment for ten years. The ease is now in both
tbe Federal and State courts ; in the latter in the shape
of a civil action for embezzlement, and in tbe former
aa a criminal prosecution. JV". L. Chronicle. '
Lord Napier's Bar all. It Is pretty well under
stood that Lord Napier is to be recalled from Wash
ington, aad it la said that he is to be sent to the
Hague. If be reads and believe our American
journals, he moat be satisfied that he ought to leave
u. If we sua ap only a few of the reasons which
tb wise aad veracious Washington correspondents of
the papers give, we shall find thai hia wife cannot
eodurw the climate of oar capital, that hia salary is
r- aman, that he is to be rewarded for bis past ser-
-i by promotion to a higher post than he now
fcp ,'ft and thai be is too friendly to our Southern
--... ; ta anil tbe EnaUah coveramcnt. If,
after readios alt this, the noble Lord does not think :
oast to a ait oar country, ana go w
soaevnere ebw. ho must like Washington as well as i
an American President.
The Trial or MoxTAunt bert-TTi e trial and
sentence of M. de Montalembert, in Pari, is the all
engroesing topic of the day in Europe. The only
offence he is alleged to have committed, is that of
writing a review or the proceedings of the British
Parliament in relation to India. That debate, as our
readers will remember, was characterized by great
freedom of expression, and a critical exposure of tbe
wrongs to which the Indies have long been exposed.
This freedom Montalembert eulogized, and warmly
' commended the institutions of the country in which
such liberties of speech were allowed. Not a word
was said of France, her Emperor or government.
But, in the opinion of Napoleon, to laud England
was to defame France. He saw that readers would
make a comparison not altogether favorable to the
strictness of his censorship, and hence Montalembert
was inferentially judged guilty of a crime, and sen
tenced to pay a fine of three thousand francs and be
imprisoned six months.
The method of the trial is also interesting, as show
ing tbe dread the Emperor entertains of publio opinion.
None were allowed to appear in court without first
obtaining tickets of admission, which were granted
only on condition that no note should be made of the
proceedings. A special police had orders to euforce
these regulations. Still, the truth leaked out, and
the consequent indignation is represented to be great
ly aroused. We may readily credit the existence of
such a feeling, for it is scarcely credible to as how
human nature can ensure, with the meekness mani
fested by the French people, such a weight of con
tumely and shame as Louis Napoleon has heaped upon
them. The physical prosperity enjoyed under his
rule, and the dread of something worse, are, however,
the narcotic influences that for the present lull them
to Quietness. But the waking hour must come. We
have yet faith in the future of France, and confident
ly expect, when her sober and thoughtful maturity is
come, to see her cramped energies expand under the
liberty of free institutions. IVor. Trans.
Spirit aaliat Taralas Evidence.
Among other very remarkable events which have
lately let in the light of day upon the iniquities of the
spiritualistic scheme, is the conversion of Dr. Ran
dolph, who for ten years was a believer, and a medi
um. He has delivered a discourse, in New York,
which we find reported in some of the papers of that
city. He has become a Christian, and writing from
his present point of view, and with ten years of per
sonal experience, he more than justifies every charge I
we have made against Spiritualism. e give two
or three extracts from this remarkable exposure,
partly to show how real were the grounds of our
denunciation of its wickedness and folly, and partly
as a warninr, if warning is still needed to those who
are still disposed to look favorably upon its monstrous
I enter the arena, says he, as the champion of com
mon sense, against what in my soul 1 believe to be
the most tremendous enemy of God, morals and re
ligion that ever found foothold on the earth, the
most Reductive, hence most dangerous form of sen
sualism that ever cursed a nation, age or people. j
I was a medium a'tout eight years, during which j
time I ma-le three thousand speeches, anj traveled
over several different countries, proclaiming the new j
Gospel. I nw regret that po much excellent breath .
was wasted, and that my health of mind and body ,
was well nijrh ruined. I have only begun to regain j
both since I totally abandoned it, and to day had j
rather see the cholera in my house than bea Spiritual j
medium ! For years I have lived alone for Spiritu- j
alisra and its cognates. Henceforth I have to combat ;
many of the identical doctrines that I once accepted as :
heavenly truth?, among which are Pantheism, the ;
non-immortal theory, ultra radical individual sove- j
reignity, Atheism, and several other pernicious doc- ;
The following arc 6ome of the effects of Spiritual- j
ism : ;
Five of my friends destroyed themselves, and I
attempted it by direct Spiritual influences. Every
crime in the calendar has been committed by mortal
movers of viewless beings ! Adultery, fornication,
suicides, desertions, unjust divorces, prostitution,
abortion, insanity, are not evil, I suppose ! I charge
all these to this scientific Spiritualism. It has also
broken up families, squandered fortunes, tempted and
destroyed the weak. It has b-misbed peace from
bappy families, separated husbands and wives, and
shattered the intellects of thousands. We hear much
of. Its good, but little is said concerning the black
catalogue on the other side, or of mediums driven to
The following passage shows Mr. Randolph's opin
ion of some of the "manifestation :"
When invisible musicians play pianos in dark
rooms, if the hands of the mediums be mittened and
held by others, and the music still goes on, the infer
ence is that they do not produce it ; otherwise. I
should be very skeptical concerning spiritual agency.
Writing upside down is an art readily obtained after
a few weeks' private practice. Alatcnes or a lump
of phosphorous make very good imitations of spirit
lights. When spirits in a dark room blow horns and
talk through trumpets, if, unknown to the medium,
a little printer's ink be rubbed on the mouth of the
instrument, a beautiful black cirele will, when lights
are introduced, generally be found adorning the
medium's labial appendages. A little practice ena
bles almost any one to imitate the sawing of wood, by
rubbing the side of the table leg with the sole of the
shoe. A spring feather, such as adorn ladies head?,
can be easily made to pass for a "spirit bird" in a
dark room. Ventriloquism is a capital agent in the
production of "spirit voices." Dirk circles are the
king humbugs of Spiritualism generally. Thus I
indicate the direction in which to look for, and sug
gest methods of detecting imposture.
Tbe discourse concludes with the following striking
Let me briefly recapitulate my estimate of Panthe
istic radical populate Harmonialism. It is godless,
non-religious, opposed to tbe Bible, all ecclesiastical
organizations. It is subversive of human dignity
and public morals, is destructive of all we hold most
dear and cherish most sacredly. It denies immor
tality to untold thousands. It robs us of faith in
Christ without giving us a substitute. It robs us of
our refuge of religion, cultivates the intellect at the
expense of the heart. It is a masked monster all
brain and no body. It gives us a philosophy, un
sound, and at best merely speculative, cold, cheer
less, selfish, and far-fetched, which gradually fastens
itself about the soul, devours the affections and makes
a man a locomotive encyclopaedia without a heart.
It addresses the intellect only, and, as God intended
us to feel as well as think, it proves itself anything
but the sine qua non. It is a bewitching thing so
is a rattlesnake. At first the neophyte rejoices in his
new found freedom, as he falsely supposes it to be.
He becomes intoxicated with joy, for a while revels in
rainbow-tinted dreams of bliss; is led on step by step,
deeper and deeper into a mazy labyrinth of unintelli
gible and profitless mysteries ; emerges only to embark
his soul's fortunes in an exploring expedition to the
land of shadow; is wrecked on the rocks of doubt,
clings to a single plank; dreams on, and not until
the cold and chilling fogs of mysticism have frozen
his very spirit, docs be rouse from his slumber, to
find himself on a rough chaotic sea, which, to him, is
shoreless, vat and dreary as the icy land of death.
He rests upon a single plank; around bim roll and
roar the black waves of infidelity; above bim is a
lucid sky, but no God there to save! He has no
chart, no pilot to guide him to the land. Reaction
begins, repentance does her work. Fortunate is that
soul whose reason is not hopelessly ruined, lost and
wrecked; fortunate is that soul that does not recog
nize its authority as His God, or who, insane, desper
ate, alone, heart-wrung and a-weary of the world,
does not rush madly to tbe suicide's grave, and into
the awful presence of an insulted God, unanointed
and unknelled, with all its imperfections on its
devoted bead ! But, thanks to our God, at the mo
ment of deepest misery, His hand-maiden, Religion,
steps down from her rosy throne, and calls to his
trembling soul; he may hear if be will. She enters
tbe bark of safety; reaches tbe sinner ere the black
tide engulphs his last and only hope, conveys him to
the shore of Truth, sets his feet upon the firm rock of
eternal ages; binds up his bleeding wounds, feeds him
with the bread of life; warms him in tbe sunshine of
righteousness; breathes into him the breath of a divine
existence, and numbers him with the sons of God !
Tbe will of man is his great prerogative; to all me
diums I say, therefore, exert it ! Assert your man
hood ; resist the influence. Beat back this dark and
unknown power. 1 know that many of you, like
u PuU in resolution ; and begin
To doubt the equivocations at th- fiend
That lie like troth : Pear not till Bimara wood
Sball com to Uuna-naue,' and now a wood
- Comes toward Dunaioane."
So with spirits and their specious promises. You
will be led on, step by step, on and on, and only stop
at Ruin. Resist its dreadful magnetism, for your
very susceptibility proves you incompetent to deal
with it with safety to yourself. Leave that to strong
er wills -and holy men. There is only one chance in
billions that the unseen power may mean yon final
good. ' The chances are that they are dreams, clad in
robes of light. Resist them, then, with all your
strength, relying on God for perfect salvation; never
forgetting that he helps those who help themselves.
Rely en Him, and
m Be these jajnrllng fiend no more believed.
That palter with aa in a doable sense ;
That keep the word of promise to our ear,
And break it to our Mope." .
Mr. Randolph still believes that the manifestations
are not universally delusions or impostures. We are
not surprised at this when we consider what tremen
dous experience be has passed through. His intellect
was all but shattered, and he has not escaped from
the awful peril long enough to see clearly the natute
of all the ioflaenees under which he suffered. Ko
wonder be believes in demoniac agency ! Under the
soothing power of the Christian faith, he will doubt
less come to the conviction, that the only demoi
concerned are the demons in flesh and blood, who, fir
their base purposes of gain and last carry on the di
teetable and infamous hastnee. -Boston Comrifr.
f 0 altcun.
(iilman 4 &K
L A HA IN A; S. I.
G I LSI AN & Co.
abs sow ascaiTiao tbsib
WHICH THKT OFFER FOR SALE ON AS TaVORABLK
TERMS AS ANY ESTABLISHMENT ON THE ISLANDS.
Three hundred and -fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected tor whale boats, 14, Is, IT and 18 fcet.
Sheet lrad,marun spikes.
Copper and Iron tackle,
Brass and iron chest locks.
Door locks, primleta, compaseea,
Knives and furka,
Copper and Iron screws,
Anger I its,
A lance assortment of Ship Chaasuerj
' Fresh Groceries, Provisions, Clothing,
Paints, Oils, Boots and Shoes,
American, CaiiCimian and Hawaiian Floor,
New Bedford Bread, in short cask-,
Rice, assorted Crackers;
American Mess Beet Hawaiian packed Beef, wassast sd ,
American Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Hams.
No. 1 brown sugar. Crushed sugar.
No. 2 brown sugar, Loaf sugar,
Syrup, Boxes salt,
Molasses, Bi.U vinegar,
Chests tea. Boxes ratotns.
Fine oolong tea, Chocolate
Split peas, Coffee,
Assorted spices, Ac
Boiled linseed oil, Ppirils turpentine,
Extra white lead, lilnck paint.
Pure white lead, Putty, chalk,
Prunsian blue, Kbls coal tar.
Chrome yeUow, Paint brushes,
Chrome green, Pencil brushes,
, Pitch, K.min.
An assortment of
W. K. Lewis & Bros fresh Preserved Meats
Roasted and boiled beef; mutton,
Assorted soups, tripe, chicken,
Clams, com, beets, aas'd pickles,
Lemon syrup, amwted syrups.
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs. .
Boots and Shsr.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed bootH,
Kip bropuis, buff bropaus,
Heavy brotnins, boys' brogans,
An s'aiiortineiit of Indies' and
An assortment of New liedford mnde Slop
Clothing; do. of Super fJentlemen's
Custom made Clothing.
A lot of the celebrated Tojrule Irons, Boat's Ruffs, Row Lock,
and Harpoons, from Durtee Co. aud Lean
t UritfoS, of New Bed for .
New Bedford made Towline, Jlaniln Cordajre,
Hemp Conlape, Kattlinn stuff,
119-tf Spunyarn, Oakum.
Ta tbe O Truer, and Prrnoas iutrr rated in
Whalcships in tbe Pacific Ocean.
Officii or ths Pakama TUil-Koad Courier,
Xsw York. July 20. 1857.
- The Panama Kail-Road Company takes this method
those ir.teref!ted in the haling Dis
advantages offend by the Railroad
luius of Panama, for the smpmcut ot
Oil from tlie Pacific to the United States, ljI tor semilog out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful operation for
more than two years, and its capacity for tl.e transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, &e.,
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently leen turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important object. A Pier, 450 feet long, has
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Asptn
wall. Vessels of from 200 to 200 toua can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspiuwall are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New York,
under through Billa of Lmilintf at the rate of seven
cents per gallon, if received at the Pier, aud eight cents per gal
lon if received In the harbor from ship's tackles, charging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents ier pound. This charge
covers every expense from Panama to New York, In case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspiowall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus is
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or couveyed in covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care wUl be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other roods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Kail-Road Cctmiany, or to V illiant
S'elaon. 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 Iiono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
Information to shippers.
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
Fbedebic L. IIsn,
Agent Panama R. R. Co.. Honolulu S. I. 64 12m
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS.
ffllE Undersigned is prepared to receive moneys, or valuat
1 Me articles of small bulk, on deposit in his vault in the Post
Office Building, (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian tiovernmen
as the Treasury.) Then vaults are considered fireproof, and are
safer than any other in Honolulu. Strangers visiting tbe Islands,
and seamen or officers going to sea, and wishing to deposit coin,
valuable papers, or other articles, during their absence, will find
this deposit an accommodation to them. When sums of money
are left for a term of twelve months, or longer, they can be In
rested or not, at the option of the depositor, and interest on the
deposit secured. A receipt will be given for all sums or valua
bles deposited. 11. Mi WHITNEY.
Honolulu, Oct. 1857. "0-tf
OF WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be hnd at Koloa at
$5 per cord ; fresh beef at 4 ce.its per lis ; sheep, at $3 per head j
and goats at $1 60 head. Also at the port of Hanalei, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of Hanalei is on
the North West side of the island, and has safe and good an
chorage in from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be bad at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above. Also fruii
aud vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XT Wood always on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
puiuhasers. (&4-tf) tiEORGE CHARMAN.
To Hhalemen !
GW MACV would respectfully solicit the same pa
tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Blacy &
Law, at the established Dejx.t for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Href, Mutton. Pork. Psaltry, and also the cele
brated KAWA1HAE POTATO FA
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, acd in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
TT No charge made on inter-island exchange.
7J-tf O. W. MACY.
THE CNOERSIGKED, AT KEAL.A-
kekua Bay, Hawaii, is prepared to furnish Ships witn
Salt and Fresh Beet Sheep, Goats, Poultry. Irish and
Sweet Potatoes, etc., etc- equal to any on the Sandwich Islands.
Ke&lakekua, Oct. 1858. 121-6m
NEW OIL SIIOOKS, WHALE BOATS.
OR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED
6 new Whale Boats,
1800 bbl New Bedford Oil Casks. In shook.
1.56-tf B. F. SNOW.
BRAND'S WHALING GUNS.
TIOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED
JL Three 11 rami's Whaling Guns, with Bomb Lances.
B. F. SNOW.
SL9 Guns and Bomb Lances, targe and small sizes, universally
acknowledged to be the most superior articles of the kind in use.
134-tf For sale by P. 8. WILCOX.
WHALE LINE, Jkc
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d
OAK PLANK, Vc
Hard Pine Plank,
Spruce Deck Plank,
Hard Pine Rails,
For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
RUSSIA CORDAGE, SPUNYARN,
Marlin, Sewing Stuff; Flag Lines, Hooks and Thimble,
Oouble and single blocks, Whits Lead, Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
English boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
For sale by "
2-tf ' U. UACKTELD h CO.
. SALMON I SALMON I
JUST RECEIVED PER MELITA, FROM
Ban Francisco, a fresh lot of Sacramento Salmon, in barrels
of 140 lbs, i Kit op for family use, and wabbaxte. Abo, a few
bbls of Eel River Salmon. . For sale by
134-tf O. A. H. F. POOR.
VKLLOW M ETA L S H E ATII INC. asst'd siaess,
Cno.nos.tion Nails, from the manufactory of Crocker, Bros.
Co, Focsaleby MMT B. F. SNOW.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
njEW ENGLISH ANCHORS, FROM
JL. to 2 JOO pounds; ,
New EngUidi Stud aad Shackle Chain Cables, 1 1-la to 1) loch,
Mtf For sale by A. J. OARTWRIQHT.
rii ,. of informing
a-TjXSf ness, of the
a-ross the 1st:
KEW GOODS! :
To Arrive per Bark " Sachem,"
FROM BOSTON, U. S.
ASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES
White cce. Black and White Checked Quilting.
,Uwt rnton bro. drills. iCases CSir jersey lies
Oxford pegged ties, . '
Bales Manadnock .brow sheet
fine Monterey - -:
roan slippers, (sewed,) .
women's ooi'd morocco,
men's opera slippers,
calf sewed brogans, .
elf sewed and pen brogans
calf sewed sailor's pumps,
Bales Livingston bleached sheet
Cases Otis denims.
Bales Thorndike Ticks,
Cases Livingston biea. drills,
Cases Honeycomb Quilts,
Cases L. Brown sheetings.
Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Cases 1-lb tins greeu peas.
Half bhis split peas,
Denim overalls and frocks.
;l"ases renuea wni,
Blue, mixed and red Ban. shirts Half bWs crushed sugar,
Russia frocks. .Kits mackerel.
Sporting Jackets, ' Bbto extra mess beet;
oporHUB . rejoin.
AMI HI u. f J
Black merino sacks,
Blue reefers, '
nii... .tul wmA flftfinri shirts.
i Hair bbls butter,
Cases box salt.
Shook s line bag do,
Bbls Haxall floor,
RiiLr-lr hMnr cloth Rattans. Bales cloves,
Pilot reef Jackets, blue and falk, Bags pepper.
Best bread, tn whaler's casks.
Pilot monkey "
Rob Roy jackets,
Mixed casslmere pants,
Satinet pants," '
Cottonade and Jean pants.
Basis itud Shors.
Cases men's Bne calf brogans,
" Imitation goat
Cases saddles, complete,
!Bxs bunily and salt water soap,
Half bbls hide poison,
'Cases spts turpentine,
Coils of Manila cordagn,
Kegs of nails,
Keea of finishing nnils.
Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
u u w imit'n east
kip brogans, Rolls rigging and pump leather,
- - waxed do, Kegs pure and extra white lead,
w 44 Oxford ties. Cases boiled linseed oil,
w " patent leather. Coils Russia bolt rope,
u u . cl tops Cases charcoal irons,
u goat pump brogans Cases prison padlocks,
1m. Oxford ties, Coils spunyarn,
Cases Congress boots. Kegs powder,
u sewed lasting brogans, Cases sporting do.
U'iurs, Spirits, Aic.
Cases Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves of Heunessy's, Martell and
Rivierra Brandy, cases Catawba do;
Quarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander Co's Rochelle
Brandy, casks Byass' Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
130-tf J. C. SPALDING
The Undersigned Offers for Sale !
.". t Xjow 3Ft.vtcar 2
A LARGE ASSORT ME .NX OK UUUUS,
received bv late arrivals from England and San Fran
cisco, principally consisting of DRY GOODS, besides which
he has on hand and for sale:
Assorted hoop iros,
Patent woven huge,
Screw wool or pulu presses.
Children's iron cots,
Anchor and chains
It. & E. Perrier's champagne
Bridles aud I 'its,
Sheet lead. Copying presses, j.iverpooi siut.
PACKING SALT, STEAM COAL.
Blacksmith's coal, BrusseJls carpets,
Velvet carpets Tongues.
Hawaiian Beef, &.C.
kobert c. jxmoy.
XT The Clipper ship PIZARRO," of 460 tons regis
ter, was to sail from Liverpool iu October, with a full and com
plete cargo of
Dry G-oods cSs Suiaclriea !
Exnresslv selected for this market. Samples shortly expected,
when sales will be made by the uudersigned "to arrive."
ALSO Shortly expected, via San Francisco, Cloths and
Corah IlaiMlkervklers, and a general assortment of
San Francisco goods.
128-tf R- C. JAiYlO.V.
New Goods Cheap for Cash,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RECEIV
ED the largest and most select assortment of Goods that
he has ever offered to the public, which he will sell
CHEAP FOR CASH I
The attention of the people of WAIALCA, KOOLAL'and Ticin
itv, is most resjiectfully invited.
XT Country Produce, Hides, Goat Skins, Cattle, Fowls and
Egirs, taken In trade. S. N. EMERSON.
Waialua, Oahu, Dec IS 1853. 130-tf
FOR SALE BY
OCKS. SAUTERXES AXD CLARETS,
of various brand sand qualities;
Champagne, Cherry Cordials;
Very superior Sherries;
Fine old port;
Old Jamaica Rum, a superior article;
Hollands Oin, in one dozen and large cases;
Old Turn, Monongahela Whisky;
Brandies, Bitters, etc.. etc. 112-tf
JUST RECEIVED .PER FA XXV MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer in New York, a small invo'ce
of Davies & Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts. They are selected so that we can fit almost
any size, and afford to sell them 20 rr cent less than former
prices. It wants but a trial to convince any one of their superi
ority in every rescct over any others in the market at present.
McCOLGAN & CAMPBELL.
100-tf Tailors, cor. King & Fort St.
DIARIES FOK 18.19.
JUST RECEIVED A fine assortment of Diariea
of various sizes plain, marbled and gilt edges.
l7-2m H. M. WHITNEY.
rER SVREX CASES 4-4 BLEACHED
I Sheetings extra fine quality. For sale by
C. A. & H. F. POOR.
MONEY TO LET,
QlfV A IX SUMS TO SUIT. OS
O Jm J JkJm proved real or personal security,
mo ' T .1 n tin
IX SUMS TO SUIT. OX AP-
C C. HARRIS.
Q tfm BOXES, 25 LBS. EACH, EXGLISII
J J White Soap, per " lankee," for sale by
115 tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO
PRUCE AXD PINK LATHS,
Whitewood Boards, For sale by
lio-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
-m- POINDS XAVV BREAD
M. A 1 U U for salo by
A. P. ETERETT.
RAVEN'S DUCK, &e.
LIGHT AXD HEAVY RAVEX'S DUCK,
Rockport Cotton Duck,
V. S. Pilot Duck, far sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
SUPERIOR FIRE AXD THIEF PROOF
safes, made by Messrs. Denio & Roberts, Boston. For sale
by 195-tf A. P. EVERETT.
ASES ASSORTED STICK AXD FAXCT
Drops, just received per " Raduga," and for sale by
117-tf . 0. A. c H. F. POOR.
ROLLS SUPERIOR SHEATHING FELT,1
JJ a new article, for sale by
110-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
HOOP IROX, fee
rjOOP IROX, SMALL SIZES
Rivets, small sizes.
For sale by CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
CLOTHIXG AND HATS.
RED FLANNEL OVER-SHIRTS, MEN'S
Canton straw hats, men's cassimere hats.
For sale by -
127-tf ' C. A. &. H. T. POOR.
NESTS PA I XT ED TUBS. COUNTER
scales, house paper, hammers and hatchets, baskets, porte
monnaies &c, &C-, 4c. Fur sale by
127-tf C. A. fc H. T. POOR.
IVfcfllk BARRELS OIL SIIOOKS, to arrive
W VT per clipoer ship " Syren," for sale by
. r. w . -into I JO iTXri.- a n-m.
PEA JACKETS I
OR SALE, ONE BALE OF PILOT CLOTH
Pea Jackets, containing 76, by
C. A. A H. F. POOR.
ONE SUPERIOR N. V. SPRING DRAV,
with Harness complete, for sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2s
FENCE POSTS 1
AM AN1 FENCE POSTS FOR SALE BT
126-tf CHAS. BnlnES So.
FOR SALE. TO ARRIVE PER DARK
ONE CENTRE-BOARD SURF BOAT, 27.
feet long, 7 feet beam, for sale by
135-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
PITCH AND TAR. . ' - ......
O mf B A RREIJS of each, Just arrived per clipper ship
JU "Syren," Focsaleby
131-tf CHAS. BREWER D.
YELLOW METAL.COMPOSITION NAILS.
CASES YELLOW METAL, assorted sizes
30 baxsa composition Bails;
au kegs do- ' do.
119-tf , For sale by CU AS. BREWER. 2d.
NE BOSTON FANNING MILL For salsby
7-tr w. a.. ALaiuiun.
TTrtVnT.TTT.TT OAIIU. S. I., - '
- FOE SALE. IN LOTS TO SUIT
-3.S V Ut. ano iMrnv assort-
.T''vr ; Corai handkenJdefe .
X-S wW oil silk covers. , . ,
Check linen shirts, ; '
Colored India satin.
White L. B. shirts, . . ,
wn " Whhe linen handkerchief
Goat bosklns. Enameled leather brogans.
. Tutuato catsup.
SXeSHrer' "lleauty stoves,
Lamp wicks, No. 1 and 2. : .
1 Set Ti-"i" Tsola.
MabiU and Hemp Rope, assorted sises,
Whale line, spunyarn, Ravens duck,
Cotton dock, Nos. S and 4.
PLATFORM SCALES, .
YELLOW METAL, 18 to .
Tarred paper. Venetian bUnds, Hand carts,
Irrot Champagne, Currant Wine,
Cases Bourbon Whisky, qts and pts,
10-gall. kegs Bourbon Whisky,
A Large rt-se-l .1 CrscUerr W-r
Bowls, vegetable dishes, plates, ewert and basins, mugs, Jugs
Boxes glass, cream-laid paper, nappies, etc.
Thumb latches, gimlets,
' Hooks and staples, firmer chisels,
Tower bolt, brass butts, llingham buckets,
Dyer's healing embrocation, cotton bags, corr brooms,
Bridle leather, wagon harnesses, granulating mills, etc, etc.
COMPOSITION and FELT, for Fire Proof Roofs.
Genuine MARIA FARINA COLOGNE.
Cut nails, Lanterns, Paint oil,
Iron bedsteads, Turpentine, E"P ,
Verdigris, Hammers, Sheath knives,
TUu.lt oaint. Padlocks.
Red and Blue Bunting,.
Oil Casks, Shooks, Hoop Iron,
Sperm and Polar Oil,
i29-tf Richmond Flour, etc., etc.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments,
T-UIE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE, VIZ:
Ex Vaaug Grrek.
16, 17, and 18 feet oars,
Cotton duck, Nos. 1 to 10,
Prussian blue paint,
Cl.rop.e yellow paint,
Chrome green paint.
Bales fresh liopH,
Boxes, halves and qrs raisins,
Bbls and 6-gall kegs whisky
Bales brown drills.
Kx Mount nin IVavr,
Cases trailed Englifh linseed oil.
Eighths casks Kochel'e brandy,
Half boxes loaf ai d Crushed sugar,
Vos. 3 and 4 Roger Williams stoves
Cans extra fine preserved oysters
Cans preserved meats.
Cans preserved clams,
Cans preserved strawberries,
Cases Verdale olives,
Cases assortad soups,
Cases soup and bouillie,
Cases assorted soup and broths, cans soda, wine, oyster, sugar
and butter cnickers.
Kegs whisky, Cases axes,
Kegs brandy, Bbls pitcii,
Kegs rum. Linen drill frocks,
Baskets champagne. Linen drill pants,
Cases ale aud porter. Bales brown sheeting,
Cases blue drill.
Bales cloves, kegs nutmegs, half bbls split peas, d'J currants,
Cases refined saleratus, case St. Clair, Dixon's, Emmet's Upton
.nd Syeet Orange brand &pALm
Wool, Goat Skins, Bides,
DURCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST R ATES
J. C. SPALDING.
ICRCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 119-f CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
ket rates, by 1L8-U4 CHAS. BREWER. 2o.
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PlirLOA SALT WORKS !
THE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FUR
nlsh to Butchers and Packers, in the largest qu-uitities,
a very superior article, RQrsL to thi brst impuktud salt, and
at a price to DEFY COM PETITION f For terms, apply to
115-6m Puuloa Salt Works.
New Goods jnst Received
3?or Saris. Yanls.oo S
PROM SAN FRANCISCO A SCPERIOR
assortment of Goods, consisting in part of
Cases hickory shirts.
Cases scarlet flannel shirts,
Men's cassimere hats,
Boys' do do fancy,
Rolls of oil cloth,
Ladies' embroidered work baskets,
Ladies' large size do,
Infants' hoods, fancy trimmed,
Cases blue laid ruled letter paper,
Cases buff wrapping paper.
Nests 3-hoop painted pails.
Fine linen bosom shirts,
neavy grey merino undershirts,
Nests of trunks, 4 in a nest,
Solar lamp chimneys, iVo. 2,
Lubiu's Extracts, assorted. For sale by
13-2-tf C. A. fc H. F. POOR.
CHAIRS I CHAIRS I I
JUST RECEIVED per "Young Greek," from Boston
an assortment of Chairs, consisting of
Bay State office, Ladies' Dining, Wood Seat office,
Baltimore Cane, Lafayette do,
Ball Top Grecian Gold Stripe, do do do Curl Maple,
Cane Back Rocking, Ball Top Grecian Bird Kye,
Cane Back Nurse, Wood Seat, Children's Rocking,
Children's Peg Arm Dining, do do Hole, &C-, &&, tc,
For sale by
119-tf . A. P. EVERETT.
ER LATE ARRIVALS A SPLENDID
assortment of Light CioUiintr, viz :
White linen duck aud drill pants,
do do do do coats,
Brown do do do pants,
do do do do cohts, '
Fancy plaid coats.
Fancy check coats.
Black alpacca coats.
4-tf At wholesale by C. A it H. F POOR.
FAIRBANKS' PATENT PLATFORM
Fairbanks' Patent Counter Scales -Fairbanks'
Patent Grocer's Scales.
Ail sises of the above for sale by
119-tf B. F. SNOW.
WHIFFLETREES, CHAINS, &.c.
SETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES & CHAINS,
Extra sized Harrows,
' ' - Iron Plows,
For sale by
119 tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Dana's Coral Reefs and Islands.
FEW COPIES OF THE LAST EDITION
L of this valuable work Just received and for salo fl 2ft
125-lml U. M. WHITNEY.
ON HAND, and to arrive, per "Syren,"
. Bars refined Iron,
. Bundles Nan Rods,
Bundles Norway Shapes,
" For sale by
119-tf ' - CHAS. BREWER, 2b.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
-E1ROM THE NEW CROP, FROM THE
EAST MAUI PLAJVTATIOJV.
Tor sale by (30-tf) H. HACKFELD Cc .i
BUNGS I BUNGS I
fiOnO .A.?JLBUNGS SR SIZES,
wr x. vr ivn m
rntu Mr rn
Cabinet Maker and Turner,
; y Hotel sUect, near Fort.
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, &c.
FRENCH ZINC IN TIN. PURE WIIITK
lead, dry red lead, yellow ochre in oil. black paint, verdi
gris, chrome and Paris greea, Vandyke brown, linseed and ku
kni oil, turpentine; coach, white and copal varnish, gold and sil
ver leaf, amber, Venetian red In oil, paint and tax it brashes,
(lass and putty, on hand and to arrive, for sale by .
llS-tf k. O. HALL.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BV '
OFFERS FOR SAATTHEWWWI
Yf market rat, a lanre ""Z-vU Amonfths
edfrom Saa Frnfia and U'e'iaw.
DRY-GOODS. . i
' White cottons, shirting. .. t .
' ' '-White cotton arlll. mwtoiwlama, ' .
I E.ncy drill, printed cords, iwo-blueprintt.
rancj i i drillinir. regBtta shirts,
. Furniture print '.'oSnpir hickory shirts
Fancy shirts, "'iSon undershirt la.tir.gs
White, colored and fancy ""JL white nd red flannel
Merino h,h"t'cTnrn drills, French merino
White Wkett'tafR 'trnne broa.lclotbV medium do do.
Duck and trowserlngs, superb " aiiu, poncho ffloth,
Embroidered alpss, embnAlcrert JrH
Embr'd doth 'TrZrl womens shoes, assorted,
Tweed and other trowsei womrn .awls.
Men's shoes, ladles' shoes, crape w"
.- UMneinb. b.lkfs, wlk neckties,
Jelt haU (assrtd), cord.
Ivies' riding bat., blue flannel Jackets, linen drill paot, -
EnglUh pie fruits, pickles, saoces, black pepper. J
' Mil SC ' "
... Prli.h AIM.
TOeeiXuTw w-. sheathing naUa, . ,
Gien chairs, bronze hat l?
Handsaws, saw sets, assorted corkscrews.
Table knives, forks, carvers, and sul
Chest tock. barrel bolts, try pananra.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates,
Hoop iron, assorted iron, screw wool PfJ
Garden rollers, iron field gates, hand gates,
Burnished bits, tail iles, 0ai
Pump tacks, electro-plated ware, torkMP"
Asicbwra ! CbsIsa. '
Bottled ale (a first rate article), brandy, gin, aright ale, chuet,
Old lorn, hock, crabapple cider, .berry wine champagne, etc
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricka blue and white; saddles, bridles, belts, dairy salt
EveS Pickling .alt, St. Ubes pkingw pipe.;
Blacksmith's coal, carriage and other varnisbea.
Tellow nannies, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets, bowls, asstd
Mecovered Jug. and piu.hers, -ggBERT c JANION.
. C. WATERMAH1 Sc Co.
Offer for Sale:
Tir.S. EXTRA MESS BEEF
'300 bbls prime pork,
100 " Oallego flour, superfine,
100 Haxall do oo,
25 half bbls superfine flour, for families,
65,000 lbs bread, pilot, navy and medium,
25 half bbls crushed sugar,
50 kegs butter,
150 coils New Bedford towlines,
60 bundles navy oakum,
25 bbls pitch,
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 gallons spirits of turpentine,
2 ton. iron hoops, '
300 coils Stasia cordage, 6 Inch, 4J. 4J, , - j
3J, 3J, 3. 3. 2i, 2J. 2i, 2, 1 and U inch,
60 coils 6 thread, thread and 12 thread,
50 coils Russia cordage, Inch shrouding,
5. 4, SA, 3, 2i, 2 and H inch. '
25 coils , 12 and 15 thread, seising, hamler-
line, rounding and houseline,
Chain cables aud anchors,
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and & inch,
Chip's cambooses, complete, Nos. 2 and 3.
Whale irons, toggle irons,
Whale bo .ta,
Cotf on duck. Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7, !
10.000 feet white pine boards. . ;
Hard pine heading,
Spruce flour boards, .
Hard pine flooring boards. 123-ff
COR. MERCHANT AXD FORT STREETS.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
THESE GOODS HAVE ALL BEEN SEL
ected by the Senior Partner of the firm, with a perfect
knowledge of the wants of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, ami having been purchased at LOW FIGURE!, will be
sold at MUCH LOWER KATES than have ruled in this market
in past years. Citizens and Strangers are respectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. A. S. & M. & GRINBAUM.
Honolulu, Sept. , 1858. 115-tf
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED!
QQ coJLs. fW BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York whale line;
Whalemen's Oars, in sets;
Whalemen's slop clothing, viz:
Monkey and reefing Jackets;
Striped flannel shirts;
Gray do do;
Stried flannel drawers;
Red flannel do do;
Hickory . hirts;
Russia caps and tarpaulin hats;
Woolen stckiugs, socks and initte ns;
Best yellow June butter, in double packages;
Prime pork ;
Best English boiled linseed oil;
Best do white lead ;
Best do black paiut;
Best do green iaiut;
84-tf A. J CARTWRIGHT.
THE UNDERSIGNED would call the attbxtios of
of his friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the
" Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Printing Office, (next to the
Post Ollice) where he is taking Pictures which, for elegance of
style and softness of tone, cannot be excelled.
Being in constant receipt of New Stock, Chemicals. Ac, he is
prepared to take Pictures with ail th latest improvements.
XT Picture taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Rubber, &c, and warranted to give entire satisfaction.
fi. B the Public are invited to call and examine specimens.
119-tf W. F. HO WLAND, Artist.
PIANOS! PIANOS I PIANOS!
P THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
CHICKERING & CO.,
RAVEN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLARK.
The undersigned can furnish superior toned instrument, of
the above makers, through Mrmrs. Badger Ai Lindea-
Derjr r, soli agrxts for tbe Pacific coat.
Plans aud styles can be seen at our office. Orders solicited.
6-tf C. A. fc II. F. POOR.
FOR SALE OR HIRE !
VERY SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate or Wooden Beds, and PUELAN'H CELE.
BRATED COMBINATION CUSHIONS, all complete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth, Balls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, &o. Apply to
jwi-ir E. BCR0ES3.
1WE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN BARK
. Alcxanrlro Oarrigos," consisting of
3oO ( Strain Coal,
.1 icm Saltpetre
Apply to L. H. ANTHON.
8-tf Or to J. 0. S PAULDING.
CASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
Brandy Fmits, daily just received per clipper .hip
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, to. '
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
iTiHARLEl II RIDHIRI'K 4r rn.tt -rv. w..
Wi Wine ever drank on these Islands. ' For sale by
116-' C. L. RICHARDS ft CO.
BOURBON AXD MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
0!D .B,9UBON AND MAGNOLIA WHIS
ky, In 10-gallon packages, in bond or dot v paid, for sale by
I15tf . C. L. RICHARDS a, CO.
FRESH COVE OVSTERS, OLIVE OIL, -Pickles,
hams, Goshen butter, saleratus, , a ;
Corned beef in kegs for family use, cheese, sack flour,
M On hand and for sale by
82"tf ; A. P. EVERETT.
MARBLE SLABS. : ,
JUST RECEIVED, per -YooiGf,frDostoB,
, or.'" bT th nnaersigned, an assortment of MAR
BLE SLABS, with Brackets. .
119-tf ' A. P. EVERETT.
Flour ex Mountain Wa?e ! J
FIFTY BBLS. RICHMOND SUPERFINE.
In quarter and eighth sacks. For safe In quantities to nit
by l-ifl B. F. 8SOW.
FAMILY COOKING STOVES'
AJ0?11 SUpKR10R TO EVERT
TAIN STATE STOVES, Nos. 0, 1. 2. 8. 4 and A bw th ellnna
Mips Syren" and Mountain War, for sate by '
f.!rlL . - ; - . k. o. hall
C0ZZENS' PALE SHERRY.
COZENS PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
Imported for sale by
115-tf . C. U RICHARDS CO. '
- ANCE POLES, Just arrived per "Syren, for m! In
TIIS PROPRIETOR "imSE
HAVING IN USE AS
f Adams' Imperial Power J
AHD A '
RITGGLES CARD pRt
ANT IT AVING AN EXTFKsnrB ....
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AXD nJ
'The Beat Assortment of pi.
A Card ever import
tfl fTrTV TTT!Ta A nrnv
IN EVERY VARIETY OP TASTE
;.. WITH NEATNESS AND disp 1
Will be executed promptly, in a saperior tuoort J
CTOrde s, by or otherwise, win receive
XT Addrwss Henry M. Whitney, Ilonolula, Oij
LATE POPULAR BOnF
JUST RECEIVED PER BARKl.D
TA " and uYAXKEE,n an for fcclkJ
Peter Qott, the Cape Ann Fisherman.
. Koss' Accountant's Own Book.
iJred a Tale ot the Dismal Swamp.
Waverly Novels Illustrated 12 volt eoBpiefe.
. Cheever's Sandwich IslMds.
Irvine's Cooiptrte WorW 6 vols.
. Alderbrook 2 vols.
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy.
Cook's Voyages Round the WnrM4
JAfe ot Captain Cook, the Discoverer! rob.
Gerard, tbe Lion Killer.
Howitt's Land of Lubor and Gold.
O'Meara's Life of Napoleon.
Family and Ship Medicine Cbest Companies,
Francis' Manifoi.l Letter Writer.
: Lemplere's Classical Dictionary,
A preat variety of Juveniles.
Spectator 6 vols.
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