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I -r Tm K X. Atliv - - r - -
AV.M.f from the Polvnerian. at
MDf: . i. nf a sboal lyinj " leas than
V from BirJ Wand." -
F " the abo mentioned shoal, a Corres.
r f us the aoexel account, from which it
r 1 baa lg been wen Known 10 marv-
, we alluled to, was well known in the
L a1 . .l .k. Por1 .,wl T
P. nr .u- nmM of two fine English whale
r-nm the Sandwich Islands for
:br c - ; of sperm whales,
. .ifV iru u
KI . rnranuv saw the breakei
r : wiraauv saw the breakers ni
the 9" P i 0)) nwt knowing the acci-
..u-K- h The crew of th
P1- . ; the inorninz on a reef, or
. a2 water and provisions from the
1 t to work n! bn'llt 8cnooner from
1 wreck, and arrived back to the Island
'f-which plce they hal sailed a few days
w accident. " tne cnuuuer wu mini
? coostroctel by the carpenter of the
"l.. ever since resided at Oaha, well
h'r boncsty ami the length of his purse,
'blown.) the ricbcst mn in Honolula t
L? , n ran Touch for the above statement.
n nTa don't astonish men.
L J TVn don
only fools or
Marc A 30.
. nsrc'CVTISERS wishinr anr of
i . -
ylex a way give notice of It at oar coao-
r --- Kmi fh.fwt.wl In ilwtnLl K
Eoiber of time or months that they are to be
B. F. S.WW
r I 4
f THE CARGO OF .
Ljor- SlaiF riixxtoin !
d from boston about march
W about July 1-
Bbls Carolina rice.
Patent charcoal bona.
BM ad boaes Wafer Bread.
P a SnMth Bottom WhalebMlk
Yrk hocfn arul head, half-bbl heads and .tare.,
J-r , CM..,
ClSKS ClTIBZRL.XD COAL,
100 BBLS HiXJtLL FlOUH",
Cedak Shingles, Etc., etc.
3-4 TO 1 3-4 IXCU.
VP CORDAGE 1 1-2 to 7 1-2 inch.
ELOCKS Assorted sizes.
Ecsin, C'istit Tarnish,
for sale by
Coal Tar, Black Varnish,
n. W. SETEUASCE.
S Received per " Yankee."
EWASII BRUSHES, C ALITOR-
rrmrul tajre, in glass,
a X Eider's oysters, ,
peacbr in jrup.
envnrries, in glass,
cora, fresh boney, fresh appien. citron peel.
Tor sale by II. W. cEVERAXCE.
PAIXTS AND OILS.
S0V-VHITE ZINC IX OIL.
-iliih while lea.1. ,
jt Aoierican white leaJ,
Tarpeotioe, chrome yellow,
Cltrs marine blue.
For sale by It. W. SEVERANCE.
ALE BT THE
I:', sbuksale and retail :
y Saoael shirts.
uhrr hickory shirts,
Beat Mae denims.
Bleached cotton, fur cunily use,
M bice flannel, pore wool, tor do.
Linen, in 15-16 yards Pieces.
tk sroadciQtn, vide,
Brown linen table cowers,
tienu sap. crry merino half-hose.
Gents' calf sewed shoes.
Boxes, 2U lbs each. Hunter's
Tobacco, etc., etc., etc.
Vox HOLT HEVCK.
Ex 4i Yankee."
Awortal jellies, ci tron.
Uamblin Jt Baker's oysters,
Bbls Carolina rice,
ale by C. U KICIIARDS Js CU
Kaahomanu street, in stone store, formerly
occupied by Messrs. Krull Jc Moll.
XERIES PER "YASKEE."
BARRELS CIDER VIXECAR,
rues, casm Kemp's peaches in 2 lb cans,
nper quality black tea.
i wrappmz paper.
fJM oTsers, etc For sale by
C. A. at H. T. POOR.
.THE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
imnlirov jVolsou !
ITS Tons her Register,
I "Ust month, (A pril,) with a
JX AXD COMPLHIE CAKGO !
t!t-d fcr this market. Including an unusually larre
wrsnent of PRIVTS.of which SAMPLES
and which wi!! be disposed of " to arrive,"
u"tar M AKKET RATES, for particulars,
W-tf) JAJVION, GREEN CO.
I'aney Goods, ex 4i Yankee."
T CHOICE LOT HAVIXC BEEX
i etprwsij in San Francisco, and for sale at the old
'krS'med, com prising
SUA; whie satin slippers,
t and rel tatin Rippers; cashmere plaids,
teltft ritiNms, check silks, chenille headdresses,
rruttwl Jaconets, superior Percale prints,
White MarMlle. frww trinnntntrs.
FT of the best gJUds in the market.
. FRAXCI3 SPEXCER.
TCPi.ELAXD MEA1 SAWS,
I1a,thc bnuhm fin Arrm. line scis-tors.
TX htnzTS. tF Minli. ani-r bits. BMW files.
Ki thortls, vroueht nails, etc , etc-, re-
' 1-wkee," an-l for sale by
W If. LADD.
CHIX.4. MATTIXfi. Ac.
pCMaa x a l',s jogt received ex - Yankee,"
f llJl-ic A. P. ETllitlT. ...
?K5.XI:s t'RCSIIED SUGAR,
ror sale by
H. W. SEVERANCE.
'I K.-iwl pickles.
forsaiw by n, W. SEVERANCE.
Tnn .. rrn -
l - - - i .
. . - . - . . . . r . . . . ' . . . .
an extra article for chewing, for sale by
II. W. SEVERANCE.
Prr Am - .
'p. j-ka KULAU.
L. :XT"A PILIT BREAD. FOR
t schooDr stares.
pavis paix-killer a small
reeeired per - Yankee," for sale by
H. W. SEVERANCE.
kiJ'V8 L TEAST POWDERS.
-", wur taie cy
II. W. SEVERANCE.
Mlrt'I'Dri . -mr .rwm
- , m oowes.
II. W. BKVEIsAJit-E.
If t tie w a wo
sa. RBIVl'n as a mc .
'ues, ia aW boxes,
or sale by II. W. SEVIiANCB.
ri-tIO FAMILY TEA.
G5TS BLACK TEA,
. a to, aw w s new.
io 12 lb boxes per - Tank--"
For sale by II. W. 8KVZJVHCS.
. LOT w-a'w ---vpn
, - v 9 a K.m w
H. W. gZTXZArC.
iuc B 'At J .AL.
,OTICET0n the ereniorf the 24th instant, at half-u-
mar be er,wl .u Character-," after . which a Debate
expected on the .nsir us, .. ..
allow a.r. ir, , w me uoremment
T 6 Hasraiians to buy and sell liquor f"
iaiiT. Sene1,7 " Vtuny b.vlte.1 to attend
ordert Sf. EMERSON. I
The Members of the .bore Compa'nv ,re hereby notified
that, after this date, notice, for drill, will u
JZT::l!r" " -- corp.
,, . ( ocioct, P. M. Per order:
, J0I1N H. BROWN.
C. KRCGER. c
nead Quarten, Honolulu Rifles,
April ,18i9. i jj
HOXOLULU R. a. CHAPTPn-.rn,1-Tli.
saUon from the General Grand Chapter of the United States of
America, win hold its Regular MeeUngs on the Third Th- r
erery month, at the Hall of the Lodge L Paocata dk L'Ocb-
Per Order- H. P.
Asiy matt who Bkrofeautea to aadrr.f..J -II
trades and sciences, assumes to impose an ahsurdltr nrxm
the public On the same principle, any medicine which j ro
ftessestocureall diseases, is unworthy the slightest confi
dence, and should at once be denounced a a nnnM, r,,
The Or-f-nberg Family M.-dk jies do not assume to cure all
diseases with one remedy. They hare eleven different medicines
each adapted to its peculiar disease ; and time has proved, be
yond a question, the efficacy and certainty of these preparations.
Their list comprises the following medicines s
G R.EFEV EERQ VEGETABLE PlLLS ;
Marshall's Uterine Catholicox;
Gr-efexrerg Pile Remedy ;
Gri-exberg Dysentery Syrcp;
Green Mocntaix Ointment ;
G RiEFEN BERQ CHILDREN'S PANACEA ;
Grjifexberg CoNsraPTiVE Balm ;
Grxfe.vbeeg Eye Lotiox;
Grjefenberg Fever and Ague Remedy:
vi R.EFEN BERG HEALTH UlTTERS
Grxexberg Manual of Health;
For sale by g. PORTER FORD.
uroerai agents, REDINGTON & CO.
Wholesale Druggists, Saa Francis
The Craefrnber. Pile Remedy Warranted
a certain cure for this painful disease. With the Ointment
there are very few rases which cannot be radically and per
manently cured. A surgical operatiou for Piles or Fistula
should never be resorted to until this Ointment has been
tried. It never (aits.
The Craefrnberg Eye Lotion For Diseases of
the Eye, this Lotion has no equal. It is a speedy and positive
cure for Inflammation of the Eyes, Weaknesses, Dimness and
Failing of fight. It will always be beneficial in Acute Inflam
mation of the Eyes, and also as a wash on Inflamed Surfaces.
The Grsrfeiaberg Medicine are for sale by
S. PORTER FORD,
General Agents, REDINGTON it CO,
122-om Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco.
POLTXESIAX ENCAMPMENT, No. 1,
L O. O. F. Under the jurisdiction of the R. W. G. Lodge of the
United States. The regular, meetings of this Encampment are
held on the 1st and 3d FRIDAY EVENINGS of each month.
Resident and visiting members are respectfully invited to attend.
Per order. C. P.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1358. . 124-tf
A. F. Sc A. M. La Proceed dk L'Oceasis Loooe, No
121, under the . jurisdiction of the Supreme Council of the
Grand Central Lodge of France, working in the ancient Scotch
RiU-- holds its regnlar meetings on the Wednesday nearest
the full moon of each month, at the old Lodge Room, in King
street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend.
August 13. 60-tfJ J. O. CARTER, Secretary.
ItfEW BOOKS! IYEW BOOKS!
JUST RECECEIVED BY THE UNDERSIGNED
FROM NEW YORK VIA PANAMA
Life of James Sullivan, by Arnory,
Memoir of the Life of J. Q. Adams,
" " " Life of Gtjorje Stphen.sou,
Autocrat of the Breakfast liUc,
Three Visits to Madagascar,
La Plata, the Argentine Confederation and Paraguay,
Scouring the White Horse,
Country Life, by Alice Cary,
Episodes of French History,
Sylvan Holt's Daughter, a novel,
A journey due Aorth,
The Swamp Doctor's Adventures in the South West,
Kenj. Bear's Adventures and Travels,
Father and Daughter, by Fredicka Bremer,
Home Slemories, or Echoes of a Mother's Voice, .
Wife and Ward, or a Life's Error,
Tresaiiian and his Friends, by Mackenzie,
American Home Garden,
Erie, or Little by Little, a novel,
Buckland Curiosities of Natural History,
Southwold, a novel, by Mrs. L'lmsted,
Two Ways to Wedlock, a novel,
Ethels Love Life, a novel,
Hero and Other Tales,
The Old Plantation and what I gathered there,
Adam Bede, by George Elliot,
The Foster Brothers,
Nature in. Diea"ie.
Phillip the 2d, In 3 vols.
" Miles Stamlish,
The New Priest in Conception Bay,
Douirlas Jerrold's Wit,
- - - Life,
Life of Dr. Kane,
American Almanac for 1859,
Mrs. Kemble's Poems,
Empire of Austria,
Monroe's Science of Chess,
Laws of Thought,
Losing an I Taking of Mansoul,
Man and his Dwelling Place,
White it was .Morning.
Letters from Spain,
Shakers and Shakerism,
What will he do with it.
Opportunities for Industry,
Life of Socrates,
" Joan of Arc,
Self Made Men. .
Ea-rleism. bv G. F. Train,
S.xtv Years Gieaniugs. For sale by
II. M. WHITNEY.
Subscription Assemblies !
SECOND ASSEMBLY OF THE SEASON !
srmD OF TUTS SERIES OF AS-
iLIKS "in take piace on WEDNESDAY EVENING
25th inssiant, at the Bunsalow Dancing to commence at etht
oloci ! All tUe gentlemen who have not provided them
selves with Tickets, can Pre theinf
THOMAS SHENCER, I
K P IDA MS, f Committee.
FRKD." L. HANK3. I
151.lt JOHN O. DOM IS IS, J
ACTIVE 31 EN, TO
TRF. -SJiSESn the" EL?ZA ELLA,
about sail to Victoria, Vancouver's Island. Their attenticm
1m .7. I-wiTMito a small flock of sheep durine the pass-
aire. fl51-2t) Apply to
w IVn fV FRflM lO TO SO
DcJulu. It is aiwoluteiy rrcesrj rjr.Z.. I- tr..
nnrnose of Irrigation suincieni lor unfn,.... . ;
purpose oi b j-k; l.tioii. with lowest cash
shrubbery, etc. i A isit
pnee, iu w '
r sn a- MilrlfWUMI Ul IXf Ja JIWw v
Per "Polynesia" and "Yankee,"
VIA THE ISTHMUS 1
. - wnirFS OF SUPERIOR BOOTS
fifJlQ SHOfncludineau assortment of those Just
celebrated BEN KERrS BOOTS. A splend.Mort
' Ual m7of children's shoes; children's ladiesnd gent.
.virrr-An BARRELS OF
U'' m . i U.lmnn
W JB . w n
are n re oared to
. . .ff.itr, iircxwu . . - . .
O .L ,r; and weieht. Call and fee inem
CUARA.ITia wow. '"'.- -V- . r A
C. A. H. T. POOR.
- . r, t v ta.LB. BOXES.
For sale by
L - A,r " ,rui for sale by
Just receivea per . A fc n g pQQft.
BY STEAMER FROM s
w urTinV fW II 1 MAS
Also, a few large type edition. lJl-Jmj "
EXTRA CURIOUS OOLONG TEA.
This really fine
l iiu ItniirULtioa CX -Jiarv m. cinuc.
te. is offered to the trade at a low price, by
,.,9. V. " -
! ..wrw TU1T I HAVE AP-
T'JSJzl QKJ. C. MCLEAN to act as my Agent during my
Honolulu, May li, i?"-
ww w Ww.VERS.
LLf Esq " A5en. 1??ie!iff WALTER R. SEAL.
Honolulu. May 11
13. F. SNOW,
. HONOLULU, It. I.
WHITE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
. Mosquito netting. Nos. white hose.
Blue drills. Suspenders,
Linen toweling, - Red satin.
Gennine Farina. Cologne 4711.
. ., White water bottles,
Cutgobleu. . - --sett crockery.
Bay State lanterns,
T Blown lanterns, with spring bottoms.
ixuking-glasses, gilt frame., assorted sixes, tins crackers, asstd.
China rice, S--- Ten-ia-lb boxe
. Tomato catsup.
. Map. of the rnited States.
Bags a is ted shot.
Solar Lamp- Assorted sizes.
Solar side tamps. No. 1 lamp chimneys,
No. 1 lamp wicks, House paper,
, ," ." .n1 bras3 ho! pipes, Carpet tacks,
rad locks, brass and iron, Ship's compasses,
Boat s compasses, Deck scrapers.
Brand Whaling Gana and Uarrm '
" Brown'si do. do. do. Gnna.
Copper pumps, copper ladles,
Fluke chain, chain head straps.
1 aet Cutting Bloeke With Cbais Pcnoasts, complete.
Chain can-hooks, boat anchors.
Oakum, row-locks, sail needles.
Manila and Hemp Cordage Assorted Sizes.
Ratline, spunyarn, seizing, towline.
1 Catting: Fall, Bine Bunting.
Rasp, and files. Axes, green paint,
Coal tar, black paint, composition sheathing nails, sheet lead,
VUi nails, assorteu sizes.
New Bedford Casks,
Hoop Iron, Cooper's Rivets.
Iron bedsteads, 1 French bedstead,
Rope halters. Jute door mats,
Enameled valises. Gunny bags.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
1 fore top-sail, I main topsail,
1 mizen top-sail, 1 fore-sail,
1 topgallant-sail, 1 topmast stay-sail,
1 topgallant studding sail, 1 main royal.
Fire crackers, spittoons,
Chain Cables. Ratru't Dack.
FAIRBANK'S PATENT PLATFORM SCALES.
Do. do. GROCERS' do.
Do. do. COUNTER do.
Assorted Shelf Hardwaret Boxes Glaus.
Dyer's healing embrocation,
Worsted and silk coach lace.
Fairbank's pure Bonrbon Whisky In kegs.
Cases quart bottles, cases pint bottles.
Composition and Felt for Fire-proof Roofs.
PRE3Sr2D H0P3, etc., etc., etc., etc.
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
H2r Gr O O 2. S 2
ALL OF THE STOCK NOW IX STORE,
consisting of splendid
Morning Gowns, and Superior Articles of
Gents' Furnishing; Goods I
SUPER'R READY 3IADE CLOTHING!
Is now offered for sale at extremely low rales,
To Make Room for New Goods!
Purchased expressly for this market.
A. S. it M. S. GRINBAUM.
Xew Goods ex "Polynesia!".
CRUSHED SUC A B JN..ILA LJF. BARRELS,
, Crashed tQgar in 50 lb. boxes.
Assorted pie fruits, (very superior,)
. Very choice Oolong tea,
. Oreeii corn,
Vinegar In barrels,
dozen fine sherry and port wine for family use.
For sale by
C. L. RICHARDS & CO..
Kaahumanu street, in stone store formerly
s. occupied by Messrs. Krull k Moll.
New Goods Daily Expected per
" ""ST V. 3NX 131 33 33 !
TlHE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE EX
bhip CHRISTOPHER HALL. at San Francisco, fm Boston:
Bales 4-4 Stark Mills brown sheetings,
Cases blue drills (Suffolk,)
. Coils Russia shroud roie, 3 S 6 inch,
Coils Russia cordage, 2 S 3J inch,
Coils signal halyards.
Coils hand lead lines,
Coils log lines.
Sides rigging leather,
Casks pilot bread. .
Just Received per " Polyncsia"
DOZEN EACH CHOICE "CAB
I NET," "Amontillado" and aladeira ines, of very best
quality; cases champagne cider, bales corks, cases ginger wine;
Half boxes sardines, cases bitters, viz:
Boker's, wormwood and spice, cases asstd cordials;
Cases French chocolite, cases " patede foie d'oie;"
Cases ahsynthe, marischino, mountain dew whiskey;
Cherry cordial, and
Casks fine Sherries.
160-3t For sale by J. C. SPALDING
A SUMMER RETREAT I
SUITED TO ACCOMMODATE A SMALL,
family desiring to avoid the heats or summer. Uood ac
commodations may be had two miles from the Tost Office
in the valley, al the cottasre In the rear of my resilience. Term.
moderate. (150-tf) A. BISHOP.
A SPLENDID SADDLE HORSE,
warranted sound in every respect. Also one mare
unbroken. For particulars apply to
Hotel St., Honolulu.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
OXE CARRIAGE HORSE, WHICH
has been habitually driven by a lady. He is offered
for sale, the present owner having no further use for
him. Also, one American SADDLE HORSE.
They mav be fullv tried before purchase.
Apply to" Dr. GL'ILLOU, at his office or dwelling. 150-6m
T JIEREBV NOTIFY ALL PERSONS THAT
M. V will pay no debts contracted
ithout my written order, af-
ter this date-
Honolulu, May 6, 1S59.
milK HAWAIIAN MISSIONARY SOCI-
Js. ETY will hold its next ANNUAL MEETING for business,
on TUESDAY, the 24th instant, at 11 o'clnck. A. M., at the Sea
mens' tnapei. a iuii auu (wwuui wwiu.i us.w,
Rec. Secretary pro tern.
OTICE IS HEREBY liliKJn
11 THOMAS FOSTER has
onr firm from this date.
been admitted as a Partner in
JOHNSON & FOSTER.
Honolulu, May 11, 1359.
SCENES AND SCEXERY-1 25 I
Kiana, a Romance of Hawaii 1 25 ;
Italian Sights and Principles illustrated ;
French Sights and Principles. 1 vols. Illustrated $2 60 ;
or MB ujr
II. M. WHITNEY.
BRLS. BEST IIAXALL FLOUR,
just received per clipper ship -Syren,"
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
k rnnix CO.. barbkrn tuiiMBri
l of King and Nuuanu struts, are ready to grind all kind.
.7i...tr.iment. at the shortest notice, such as Razors, Scissors,
Surgical Instruments, and others.
TFST ENGLISH SHEET IRON, OF ALL
ml UiroeMi0n,S bT MELCHERS t CO.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE.
WHALEMEN'S BILLS. OR BILLS DRAWN
Vnimu tr suit purchasers, on New Bedford, for sale by
,.f I C. WATERMAN CO.
M REDWOOD n 13.
t iinier- for aale bv
OR SALE BY
. - AM RED WOOD SHINGLES, JUST
M. kJJ recoveil per
For sale bv
. C. BREWER. 2d.
K-ftlV ITXITED STATES, ON ROLLERS.
O FTs.EbwL X,TB 143-am, H. M. WHITlvltV.
.ALEXANDRE ORGANS, AND MUSIC !
V PRICES GREATLY REDUCED ! ' n
IIOU AC e"w AT11US ,
No. 333 Broadway, New York, '
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
the best Boston and New York Pianos and ftlelo-
jTlf-Y f deons. The largest assortment of Music iier-
I chandize in the Unifml States. Pianos from five
different manufacturers, of evert variety ottyle from those
in plain rosewood cases, for $'200, to thosa of the most elegant
finish for $1000. No house in the Union can come in competi
tion for the number, variety and celebrity of its instrumeuta, nor
the extremely low prices at which they are sold.
Horace Waters' Modern Improved Pianos,
with or without iron frames, have in their new scale an improved
action, in power and compass of tone equaling the grand, with
the beauty and durability of the sruare Piano The Press and
first Music-masters have justly pronounced them equal, if not
superior, to any other make. They are guaranteed to stand the
action of every climate.
Horace Waters' Melodeons (tune the equal tem
perament), superior in each desirable quality. Can also furnish
Prince's. Carhart's and Smith's Melodeons. Prices from $45 to
$125 ; for two sets of reeds, $150 ; two banks of keys, $200 ;
organ pedal bass Melodeons, $250, $275 and $390. less a liberal
discount. Each Instrument warranted to give perfect satisfac
tion, or purchase money refunded.
Alexandre Organs, five stops, $180; tight stops, $180;
eight do with percussion, $225 ; twelve stops, $225 ; twelve do,
size larger, $250 ; twelve do with percussion, $300 ; fifteen stops,
XT Second-hand Pianos, at great bargains, constantly in
Store. Price from $3u to $140.
M asic One of the largest and best catalogues of Music
now published t all Music and Musical Works published in the
United States for sale by this House: Also, Martin's celebrated
Guitars ; all kinds of Musical Instruments and Musical mer
chandise, at the lowest prices. Music sent wherever ordered,
post paid. Catalogues sent by mail. !tr A liberal discount
made. to dealers, teachers, seminaries and clergymen.
TESTIMONIALS OF THE
Horace Waters' Pianos and Melodeons.
u The Piano came to hand, and in first-rate order. It is a
beautiful instrument and no mistake." Lee & Walker, Phila.
John Hewitt, of Carthage, N. Y-, who has had one of the
Horace Waters' Pianos, writes as follows : - A friend of mine
wishes me to purchase a Piano for her. She likes the one you
old me in December, 1858. My Piano is becoming popular in
this place, and 1 think I can introduce one or two more ; they
will be more popular than any other make."
k We have two of Waters' Pianos in use in our Seminary, one
of which has been severely tested for three years, and we can
testify to their good quality and durability." (Wood & Greg
ory, ML Carroll, Illinois.
- H. Waters. Esq., Dear Sir : Having used one of your
Pianofortes for two years past, I have found it a very superior
Instrument." A. Gray, Principal Brooklyn Hights Seminary.
. Rev. Hyram llaynes, writes as follows : - Preston Hollow, N.
Y., July 23, '5S. Mr. Waters Dear Sir : I received the Melo
dion safe and in good order; am well pleased with the external
appearance, and the tone also. Hope I shall have occasion to
order one or two more the present season."
Tioga, N. Y., Aug. 5, '58. Horace Waters, Esq. Sir : The
Melodeon you sent me was duly received in good order. I am
now fully prepared to say that the instrument is highly satis
factory; and I beg you will accept my thanks for the very
liberal terms on which you furnished it, and for the very honor
able manner in which you huve fulfilled, aud more than ful
filled, all your promises. Very respectfully, ic, J. L. Smith.
-The Piano I received from you continues to give satisfac
tion. I regard it as one of the best instruments in the place."
J. L. Clark, Charleston, Vs.
-The Melodeon has safely arrived. I feel obliged to you for
your liberal discount. Will do all I can for you in these parts."
Rev. J. M. McCormick, Parquesville, S. C.
-The Piano was duly received. It came in excellent condi
tion, and Is very much admired by my numerous family. Ac
cept my thanks for your promptness." Robert Cooper, War
reuham, Bradford country, Pa.
" Your Piano pleases us well. It is the best one in our coun
ty." Thomas A. Latham, Campoclton, Georgia.
" We are very much obliged to you for having sent us such a
fine instrument for $260, and we shall take pains to recommend
It." Brank, Held Co Buffalo Democrat.
-The Horace Waters' Pianos are known as among the very
best. We are enabled to speak of these instruments with con
fidence, from personal knowledge of their excellent tone and
durable quality." N. Y. Evangelist. .
- We can Eeak of the merits of the Horace Waters Pianos,
from personal knowledge, as being of the very best quality."
-Nothing at the State Fair displayed greater excellence iu
any uepartmeut tliau Horace Waters' Pianos." Churchman.
-The Horace Waters' Pianos are built of the best aud most
thoroughly seasoned material. We have no doubt that buyers
can do as well, perhaps better, at this than at any other house
In the Union." Advocate and Journal.
- Waters' Pianos and Melodeons challenge comparison with
the finest made anywhere in the country." Home Journal.
" Horace Waters' Pianofortes are of full, rich and even tone,
and owerful." N. Y. Musical Review.
-Our friends will find at Mr. Waters' store, the very best
assortment of Music and of Pianos to be found in the United
States, and we neour southern and western friends to give
him a call whenever they go to New Yoik." Graham's Mag.
Wnreroom, 333 Broadway, N. Y.
.A. Hi O PI !
Just Received per Rrig "Aloha,"
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS, AND
' cfl'ered for sale by the undersigned, viz:
Twilled hickory and blue ancl prP.fe. striped regatta shirts,
Parisian white and printed bosom hirt4
Figured buckskin, nankinet and satinet pants, -..
Black Orleans sack coats, cotton and silk umbrellas, :
Eau de Cologne,
And Macassar oil.
Muller's Celebrated Pale Ale I
Claret, Uaut Barsac, Champagne, Turentine and linseed oil,
Olive Oil, superior German Blacksmith's Coal,
Swedish and English Bar Iron, assorted sizes.
Sheet-lead and Lead l'i, Guns, Rifles, Gunpowder and Shot,
149-tf ED. H0FF3CHLAEGER STAPENIIORST.
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PIIILOA SALT WORKS!
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FUR-
JL nish to Butchers and Packers, in the largest quantities, a
very superior article, EQUAL TO THE BEST IMPORTED
SALT, and at a price to Defy Competition ! For terms
apply to DANIEL MONTGOMERY,
140-tf Puuloa Salt Works.
FRESH iVIOLOKAI BUTTER!
MYERS' DAIRY !
Regularly received and constantly for sale by
ED. KEMP, Hotel street,
145-3m Opixwite National Hotel.
GENTLEMEN WISHING GOOD CIGARS,
can procure them at the - Harbor Coffee Saloon." foot of
Nuuanu street, where they will find a choice assortment of Fanct
BaAXDS, just received ex - Frances Palmer"
Havana and Manila Cigars.
Aromatic and Porto Rico Smoking Tobacco.
145-tf N0LTE & KRUGER.
WHALE LINE, Sir,
For sale br
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d
OAK PLANK, See.
Hard I'ine Plank,
Spruce Deck Plank,
Hard Pine Rails,
For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
BREAD ! !
JUST RECEIVED per "Syren,"
50 Casks Bread, in whalemen's casks,
100 Brls Bread,
100 Cans Wafer Bread, a new and superior article
For sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2n
WHALING GUNS AND ROMRS.
BRAND'S CELEBRATED WHALING
Guns and Bomb Lances, large and small sizes, universally
acknowledged to be the most superior articles of the kind in use.
134-tf For sale by P.S.WILCOX.
f N SMALL BALES, best quality, just arrived per
M. clipper ship -Syren," for sale by
131-tf CnAS. BREWER, 2d.
I'll REE 5 1-4 C UTT I XG FALLS, Jnst arrived
per clipper ship -Syren." for sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
OR SALE LOW, TO CLOSE CONSIGN-
ment. (133-tr J i. v. WAxr.K.iA (jo.
XE SUPERIOR X. Y. SPRIXG DRAY,
with Harness complete, for sale by
119-tf .CHAS. BREWER, 2d
BLANK WHALEMEN'S EXCHANGE
(a new pattern, on fine paper) fbr sale. Also Merchants'
blank Exchange. For sale by
139-2m H. M. WHITNEY.
jf f"L d COILS, assortf-i sizes, made to order, Just re-
w.r Jf w r
ceived per clipper ship -Syren," for sale by
C HAS. BREWER, 2.
FWu BOXES SUPERIOR TOBACCO, lOs
For sale by
D. Cc WATERMAN Jt CO.
PITCH AND TAR.
BARRELS of each, Just arrived per clipper ship
- Svrea." For sale by
CHAS. BREWER 2d.
AVY. PILOT AND MEDIUM BREAD,
in casks and bbls., fur sale by
133 U 1. C. WATERMAN A CO.
INCH TO 7 1-2 INCH SlIROUDING
Forsaleby ' V. C. WATERMAN CO.
CHARTS OF HAWAII.
R SALE, PRICE SO CENTS.
13-3t II. M. WHITNEY.
FIVE EXTRA LIGHT FANCY SULKIES,
for sale by (119-tf) CHAS. BREWER, 2P.
. " . LANCE POLES.
TT ANCE POLES, just arrived ier "Syren," for sale by
Ld 131-tf- - - - CHA9. BRKWER, 2n.
REGULAR DISPATCH LINE i
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FAST SAILING CLIPPER BARK
Yankee, C. J.Lovett, Master,
; 4 Will sail -On
or about the 25lb of May. '
For freight or passage, apply to
150-td D. C. WATERMAN & CO., Agents.
FOR .VICTORIA, (or ESQUIMAU Lj)
THE SPLENDID A 1 AMERICAN SHIP
Eliza & Ella,
800 Tna, per Register, J AMES LUN'T, Commander,
Will havol dispatch for the above port. Apply to
153.tf V JANION, GREEN If CO-
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
J Having a Urge portion of her cargo on board, will have
Quick Dispatch for the above Port.
J Shippers of Oil may rely upon its being carefully stowed
5 and regularly wet during the voyage. 5
- For Freight, apply to . J
t 145-tf E. P. ADAMS.
; ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THK V. S. ;
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May or June,
September and December.
For further particulars see special advertisement, in daily
papers of the above months.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
E. F. Snow, .... Honolulu.
Sutton & Co. - - New York.
Cook & Snow, ... New Bedford.
Freeman & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
On the 5th and 20th of each Month.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United States, South America.
Canadas and Europe,
COSNfcUTINU IS NEW YORK WITH THE AMKRICAX-KUROPEA KX
PRESS COM PINT TO EUROPE.
GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Iusurance Companies In New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded b the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 2dth of each mouth.
itr Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding aud Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo & Co., San Francisco, or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s franked U. S. Government enveloiies,
Vich pass free over the California and coast routes, aud over
the Atlantic, QUie from San Francisco to New lork.
r.,: : collections nronmtlv attended to.
xvaiiiiiat-iio w a
Oct, 1. 1856-tf. '.'. F. L. HANKS. Agent.
TREAT & LINS LEY'S MELODIANS,
iNEW HAVEN, VJONX.
.UNSURPASSED FOR SWEET.
ness, richness and promptness of tone. All
their varieties furnished at the American retail
No. 1 5 octave, scroll legs $ 75
2 6 octave, scroll legs 00
3 5 octave, piano style. ................... 100
4 5 octave, piano, serpentine 110
5 5 octave, piauo, fancy serpentine 125
6 8 octave, piano style 125
7 Organ melodian, double bank 180
Freight and duties to be added. For further particulars,
please address D. D. BALDWIN,
144-6m Lahaina. Mani.
FOR SALE ARRIVED PER DARK
OXE GRAXD PARLOR PIANO FORTE,
1 fancy case do do do, 7 octave.
2 plush Music Stools,
1 rubber cover.
The above are from the manufactory of Hallett k Cnmston, of
Boston. For sale by CHAS. BRlsn tit. za.
FDR SALE.JUST RECEIVED EX BARK
- Sachem," 2 double-bank Melodeons,
2 do reed do, '
2 five-octave, piano style.
; The above from the manufactory of S. D. tc n. W. Smith, of
Boston. For sale by 135-tf C HAS. BREn Erl, 2d,
Just Received, ex Late Arrivals !
A ND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED
ns. First and Second Class Brandies, in wood,
First and Second Class do in bottle,
Best Geneva, in wood and bottle.
Old Tom Gin, In bottle,
Monongahela Whiskey, in wood and bottle,
Ale and Porter, of the favorite brands.
And the usual assortment of Wines and Liquors.
. 14l-tf GODFREY RHODES.
Cigars ex "Hero !"
sTUST LANDED AND FOR SALE AT J. T.
3 Waterhouse's Wholesale and Retail Fire Proof Emporium
10,000 No. 1 Manila Cigars, twist ends,
200,000 No 2 do do do,
10,000 No. 3 do do do.
They are selling fast. Terms quick.
142-tf Apply to JOHN TnOMAS WATERnOUSE,
Koa Lumber !
CRADLE, CHAIR, TABLE. BEDSTEAD,
and coffin stuff, assorted sizes, from 2 to 0 inches square,
and from 6 to 48 inches wide. For sale by
149-tf C. BREWER 2D.
THE VERY BEST BOURBON WHISKEY
ever brought out ! in stone jug. of 3 gallons each, and
cases of 1 dossn each. For sale at
148-tf Vos HOLT & HEUCK'S.
THE GYMNASIUM IS NOW OPEX FOR
th reception of Subscribers, at the Hawaiian Theater.
143-tf CHAS. DERBY.
AMBROTYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY !
- - . . . . nvw-i S.ST rtrt AtTriP
and PHOtUUtlAflta. xxi. n. cruhdi.,
105-tf Successor of H. Stanpecwald,
RUSSIA CORDAGE, SPUNYARN.
Martin, Sewing Stuff, Flag Lines, Hooks and Thkxthles,
Double and single blocks, White Lead, Chrome Gireen,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
English boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
For sale by
62 tf H. UACKFELD A CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER SYRENV
CASES ENAMELED CLOTH,
Harness and Russet Leather,
Children'. Carriages, various patterns, for sale by
131-tf . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
TWO GOOD SADDLE-HORSES.
140.tf . A. K. CLARK.
PINE RLARDS AND SHINGLES.
R.nM FEET CLEAR EASTERN PINE--
J assorted, from 1 an inch to 2 inches thick,
30,000 Eastern shaved cedar Shingles.
144-tf . For sale low by GEO. O. HOWE.
DUGGY FOR SALE.
A NEW. CUSTOM-MADE. SINGLE
:JL seat BUGGY, received per " Sachem " for sale by
3T. 144-2m U. DIMOND.
FOR SALE, ARRIVED PER BARK
ONE CENTRE BOARD SURF BOAT, 2T
,435? ' 7 ? b"m 'le bT CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
FOR SALE dRItlVED PER BARK
FIRE BRICK, SPRCCK POIiEs. r-a..w
sWs, foTsate by 143 tf - CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BUNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON,
Ke Rivets, juM received prr clipper ship "Syren," ,
I ror caie uy
I 131.tr . CHAS. BRtTWKR to.
: BY A. P. EVERETT.
Merchandise, Merchandise !
THIS HAY ! .1
THURSDAY, May 19. at lO O'Cloeh, A. M
At Sales Room, will be sold.
Dry Goods, . - Groceries.
Boots, , Siloes, .j
Clothing, . Hats,
Valuable Real Estate on Beretania st.
THIS BAY !
THURSDAY, May 18, at 12 O'Cloeh, Noon'
Win be sold at public auction, that valuable property situated
on Beretania street, known as the -
Penhallow Premises! -Now
occupied by Mrs. Coady, being one of the most deairabla
localities for a residence in Hoooluf
Title fee-simple. For terms and particulars, apply to
A. P. EVERETT, Auctioneer.
THURSDAY, May 26, AT lO O'CL'K, A.M.,
At the Residence of Mr. J. Fuller, in Nuuanu Valley, will be
sold, the . , , .,
The FURNITURE of Mis. Y EATON, on the premises adjoining.
amST T. 3TX3333
Ex 'PIZARIU),' 'SACHELI'
OTHER LATE ARRIVALS !
AND FOR SALE AT
Wholesale and Retail
UPWARDS OF 100,000 YARDS SUPE
RIOR ENGLISH PRINTS AAD MUSLINS, consisting
of pink and yellow, lilac and red, canary and red riding dress
prints, purple, black, chocolate and red, orange and green, two
blue. Also, small pattern prints, and. a splendid assortment of
BRILLIANTS, many of the patterns of which are entirely new.
Bales scarlet blankets,
Bales blue blankets,
Bales white blankets,
Bales heavy denims.
Bale. English denims.
Cases heavy Am. blue sheeting,
Cases English blue sheeting,
Cs brogans elf kip, swd a pgd.
Cases slippers and shoes,
Cases Eng. saddles and bridles,
Cases Am. saddles and bridles,
Cases whips, stirrups, leathers
Case, charcoal irons,
Nests trunks, four each,
Cases figured black merino.
Cases figured blue merino,
Case, plain merino, black.
Case, plain merino, blue,
Bales brown sheeting.
Bales bleached sheeting.
-- Bxs Winchester's S. W. soap,
Case, heavy Am. bed ticking.
Bales blue, scarlet and very su
perior grey flannel shirts,
Cases pilot pants,
Cases pilot coats,
Cases drawers and shirts,
Bale, pea jackets,
Cases silk handkerchiefs.
Cases linen and cotton hdkfs.
One case heavy camb. quilts, a
new article, '
80 kegs nails, 4, 6, 8 and lOd,
Cases palm leaf hats.
Cases Hunt's handled axes,
Cases felt hats,
100 superior native spades, (oo's)
Nests camphor trunks,
Nests leather do,
Nests rattan clothes baskets,
Cases preserved ginger.
Rattan chairs, baskets, etc.
Casrs denim pants.
Cases denim jumpers,
Cases white shirts.
Cases colored shirts.
Cases drab moleskin pants,
Cases white moleskin pants.
Cases white sheeting and shirt
ing, most superior.
Best Sample Manila Cigars in Market.
TWIST ENDS Nos. 1, 2 and 8
O . s o s XX osiory!
With a splendid assortment of other Goods, sod decidedly
The Largest and Most Inviting Stock ia
Honolulu, for Native Trade.
J. T. W. respectfully invites orders, from Country Store Keep
ers. Apply at
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE'S
- EM P0RIUM," HONOLULU.
March 31, 1853. 144-3m .
MR. BECK WITH. OF THE ROYAL
SCHOOL, has kindly consent-d temporarily to render
his services as Teacher of Foreign Children, while an effort is
being made to procure a male teacher from abroad, competent to
take charge of Boys and Girls, and fit them for pursuing the
higher branches of learning at Punahon, and will devote two
hours of each afternoon to teaching until the close of the present
term at the Royal School, and after that he will devote all ne
cessary time to the business until the first of August next.
Such an arrangement will aft ml to the children out of school
an opportunity of advancing in the more important studies, and
after the first of August it is to be hoped a permanent teacher
fitted to supply the want of the community, may be found.
The School will be opened on MONDAY, May 2, in the base
ment ot the Fort Street Church, and the hour, of teaching lor
six weeks will be from 8 o'clock to 6 o'clock, P. M., and after
that from 9 o'clock, A. M until 1 o'clock, P. M.
The terms of tuition for thirteen weeks will be $10.
Honolulu. April 20, 1S59. 144-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends and the Public that he ha taken the stand form
erly occupied by S. Johnson, (Carpenter,) on King street, oppo
site the Bethel, where he intends to open a carpenter whop and
conduct the business in all its various branches.
jY. B. All orders executed with promptness and dispatch.
145-tf GEO. MILLER.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
i chased the interest of E. J. Smith in the Town and City
Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley k Co., the
business will henceforth be earned on under the name of D. R.
Yida & Co., who engage to furnish the best quality of butcher.'
meat which the Islands can produce, and solicit the patronage of
the public. ,
145-tf T. R. YIDA A CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
appointed Guardian of the person and property of GEORGE
HOLM E3, hereby gives notice to all person, indebted to him to
make immediate payment t and all persons having claim,
against the same are hereby requested to present the sams to
R. G. Davis ; and be, the said Guardian, hereby forbids any
person trusting the said George Uolmea, as from this data the
aforesaid Guardian will pay no debt contracted by hun.
Honolulu, Dec. , 1858. 128-tf R. G. DAVIS.
' FOR SALE ! T-
JUST RECEIVED PER BRIG SCOTSMAN,
from London, the celebrated and weH-known Genuina
Lsa-sa Dock Sherry nnd Port Wines, from
Tuke, Hoidsworth a Co., in 1 do. package. These par and
unadulterated wine, are particularly adapted for the use of per
sons in weak health and all those who wish to preserrs their
health. For sale by
1413m E. HOFFSCHLAEQER A STAPENHORST. :
NOTICE. . ' ;
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
entered into Copartnership, under the style of JANION,
GREEN A CO., for the transaction of the General Commission
Business, hitherto carried on by Robert C. J anion.
ROBERT C. JANION,
: - :. " i .., W. L GREEN.
Honolulu, April I, 1859. 143-3di
NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OP WAD
KUN6 At CO. AVO OF ATA I.
A DIVIDEND OF 80 PC 3. CSNT. WILL
be paid on THURSDAY next' Atwil i -i, at 10 oVmsa,
A. M..toUw creditors of the aixrw - - at tforof
Robert C. J anion. V.a'
MORE WW GOODS ! !
j. t. wmnows
BY JOHN F. COLBURlf .
TUESDAY, MAY 24, AT lO O'CL'K, A.M.
At Bale. Room, wul ha arid, ' ' '
A General assortment nf Merchanll..-
SATURDAY, MAY 28, AT 12 O'CLOCK. M.,
At Sale. Room, will bs sold the House and Land knows as Hie ,
Bardick Prenti.es, , . ..-..'J
Situated oa Manns Ksa street, (Waikiki sidej sow belonging
The Estate of the late J. W. Marsh. . . ;
Plans and Specifications to be seen at Sale Rootn. , ;
- HOUSE LOT, FOB SALE.'
mTHAT DESIRAl LB LOT OF LAND
It on Marine street, adjoining the premise, of Cap. Johi.;
Meek. For further particulars inquire rf
140 tf J. 9. OOLBCR..-
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between C. U RICHARDS and H. W. SEVElt
ANCE, under th. firm of C. L. Richards s Co., will be dissolve J.
bv mutual consent on theSOth April, I860. All demands agakw
aid firm will be settled by Mr. W. r. Allen sad all parties is ,
debted will please make payment to him. ,
C. L. RICHARDS t CO '
Honolulu, April 87, 1869. U8-4t . .. ; ,'1
HW. SEVERANCE. (OF THE Is AT 17
firm of C. L. Richard a Co.,) will continue the busi
ness of SHIP CHANDLER and COMMISSION MERCHANT,
at the Old Stand, la ton own name, ' '
Honolulu, April 27, 1859-41 - H. W. 8IVERANCE.-
C. L. RICHARDS
WILL CONTINUE THE SHIP CHAN
DLERY and COMMISSION BUSINESS In his Ntuw
Fns-Paoor Sroas, now in course of erection, where he will l
pleased to meet all hi. old customer, sod friends. He wilt
keep on hand a full supply of Ship Chandlery and every deMri-.
tion cf Merchandise usually required by shipping.
Honolulu, April 28, 1859. 148-tf C. L. RICHARDS. "
NEWLY CAUGHT !
FOR SALE AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
THE LARGEST AND BEST
STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Ever Offered in Honolulu !
To which the undersigned respectfully lnlte the al.
tention of hi. friends and pay)lroo,
having just returned from San r ran- Vvt
elsco, where the Goods were ifiir' ,
SELECTED BY HIM IN PERSON,
Consisting of the following, Tl t
Ladles' and misses' .addles,
English and Am. saddles,
Ranger and raquero saddles,
Race and boys' saddles,
Girth, and saddle bag..
Silver-mounted and japanned
Cart and plough harness,
Collars and hamea, trace chains, ' 1
Halter and dog chains. '
French and Am. calf .kins,
IW-Ji and American kip.
Deer, beep and chamois sklu,
Rigging and sole leather.
Harness and skirting leather. .
Enameled leather and hog shins, :
ladies' fine whips.
Carriage, drovers and cart whips, .
Fancy and plain bridles.
Halters, extra reins, stirrupfleatber. - c
Horse brashes and mane cotn ,
Spur, and bits. - . .
Roller KV'ii in .u-
, M I
Fine kersey 4 linen horse cov i-r
! oiiKV loth, Curled Hair and Spanish Moss.
April 14,1859. 14-3m
R. H. ROBINSON.
CHESHIRE CHEESE !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS MADE Alt.
rangemenU to receive per each trip of the Mary, from K
waihae.a full supply of the celebrated Waimea butter, from tlf
x xo-xrivrx tj tax
of Mr. E. Sparks of that place.
A small lot of very superior Cheshire Che
Hotel Btrc t.
National Dining Saloon, Honolulu, S.
o ; I i
THIS SUPERIOR AND PLEASANT ES
TABLISHMENT IS NOW OPEN for tow reception U
Permanent and Transient Boarder.. It is situated in the mt
business center of the city, and is conducted on tbs European
Plan. It. beautiful location, combined with the romantic sce
nery, renders it one of the most attractive house offered to llu
publio for families or individual, seeking health or recreation.
In connection with the house is s spacious RESTAURANT,
where Meal can be obtained at ail hours. Charge. modernt.
N. B. Ladies visiting the Island can rest assured that M R-".
DAVIS will spare no effort. In attending to their wants and eutn.
fort. 144-3mJ JOHN DAVIS, Proprietor, J.
Tea! Tea! Tea! ;
300 BOXES EXTRA FINE -
Curious Oolonc Xo-a
Just received per brig " Hero," direct from Clilr.a
for sale cheap by
WHIFFLETREES, CHAINS, Vr.
SETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES A CHAINS,
Extra .ised Harrows, ...
Hand Cultivators. '
Ox Yokes, ' '
Fnr sate by
110 tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d. ,
FOR SALE OR HIRE ! '
VERY SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate or Wooden ' Beds, and PHKLAN'S CELK
On hand, extra Cloth, Balls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, Ac. Apply to
lOU-tf C SITLUUM. -
AN ARTICLE EVERYBODY SHOULD . .
T ADDERS AND HOUSE STEPS LIGHT'
and strong 122 ladder, from 10 to 32 net long,
37 house steps, from i to 7 do.
" IM-tf For Mle cheap by C. H. LEWER8, Fort tt. "
Sugar and Molasses,
171ROM THE BREWER PLANT ATION-
For sale bv CHAS. BREWER, 2d, '
RAPE SEED OIL.
BEST REFINED LAMP OIL, BURNING
without any smoke or smell whatsoever. For .ale in
quantities to suit, by ISd-tf MELCHERS A CO t
HALF BOXES E. BOSTON No. I CRl Sit
Half boxes East Boston Granulated sugar.
- - Loaf Sugar, Just received per clipper ship uty
ren,"for sale by
13Mf CHAS. BREWER 2o '
GOAT SKII. J t
WANTED TO PURCHASE. BY B. F.BVOW,
goat skins for which the highest prioes will bs paid.
SPRUCE AND PINE LATHS,
Whitewood Boards, For sale by
119-tf . . CHAR. BREWER, 2d
BOILER AND SHEET IRON for sJ,J arrived
per -Syren," by
131-tf CHAP. BREWER, 2D.
SIX CASES SUP. OIL CLOTH, asnortod widd.s,
just received per dipper .hip Syren, for us by
131-tf CHAS. HfWIK, 2D
.MM. . ,
gin .jja I. av a. a a. 1
f .Flannel and Hickory Shirts, arrived par clipper ship
z4X ' : CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
TONS BEST ENGLISH COALS
For sale by
H. HACXITLD ft CO.
rOXES BLAKEMANS BEST LONDON.
Water Coioxs, isr ssis by
H. X. WHITNEY.
H AT" TT Th GALLON, I7f OAL. TITJS.
S, IS OAIa
AOOiF lor sbss ny
T. C. W ATOM Ail ft Cp.