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, i Arlem Tract Sccletr.
Tha .Uanae-wr -r v. r . o! ' . .
7i3,,! 7 wedoesday last They rode
rungb-hod orer a faction minority," and aquelch-
v . ' - . m wy worn upon
-.uscry. or tha duties of tha Tract Society supposed
i gtvw oat of tht institution.- The td th-m
. ow and over agin. by a large and dvciait
,.. v""vr- .-Lucy laoiM their resolution, stopped
tiMt.r months and tamed their attempted arguments
I .10 1 be broadest practical Jokes.
Thw campaign was brief and brilliant : but we
- tas commanding generals not to attempt its
repartition. Another sue a victory would seal their
"'" Kr7 iew causes are pure enongh to bear the
responsibility of such a style of warfare. We objected
to the Proxy bill, while it was pending in the lost
Legislature, because it was an evident' attempt to
NMiUK political intrigue for open and fair didcus
au in the affairs of the Tract Society. We object
to the style of proceeding on Wednesday because it
adapts ttie worst features of Tammany Hall rowdy
iawu tor the accomplishment of the same object.
When Capt. His debs takes his stand cn the plat
form, and, backed by an admiring crow J, shuts the
hh.uiu 01 every democrat who diners from him in
pinion, respectable and dispassionate Motile eener-
lly say that be commits an indecent and diagraoe
tul outrage. When the Managers of the Tract So
ciety. ry a similar process, eileuce those who dissent
iroiu tbeir views and urge a change of councils, tbey
reuder themseles obnoxious to the same censure
fruui the same class of unprejudiced critics. No one
can read or report of their proceedings without
seeing that they had organized themselves in ad
vance for victory ; and that their programme of op
eratwn was as skillfully and as remorselessly car
ried out as were General Scott's orders for the cap
ture or inaraouaco. Their own speakers were al
lowed to talk ud libitum .'no man on the other side
- was permitted to wag his tongue. Whatever their
partisans proposed was strictly in order: whatever
their opponents suggested was flatly and flagrantly
in violation of Parliamentary law. 31 r. Jay was per
mitted to offer a resolution ; Daniec Loan, llq.,
made a strong, elaborate and carefully prepared ar
gument against it, and then, backed by the Major
iijr. ridiculed the idea that Mr. Jat or anybody else
- ih..uld be permitted to say a word in its favor. Dr.
Bacojt, while making a speech, was interrupted by
Mr. His ax Ketchcx. who wished to know whether
Dr. Bacox was speaking to his amendment. Dr 11.
replied that he was. whereupon Mr. Ketch cm avail
ed himself of the momentary interruption which Dr.
Bacox h&d allowed, to withdraw his amendment,
and thus, so far as possible, to choke him down.
The Presiding Officer either did not know, or else
caose to ignore the fact, that this was as gross a
breach of Parliamentary law as of common courtesy ;
and it was by his own adroitness that Dr. Bacos
ecured what he need not have hazarded, the right
of going on. Dr. Baco.v urged the point, which
was f erfectly legitimate, and not w.thout weight,
that while the Society published tracts against to
bacco, they ignored the sin of Slavery : whereupon
the venerable and dignified Dr. Spkiso roused the
laughter of the audience, to the discomfiture of his
opponent, by drawing out his tobacco-box, and offer
ing him a quid f
Our readers are aware that we have never sympa
thised with" the strenuous efforts of the last three or
four years to force the Tract Society into an active
parpatlca in the crusade agiinst Slavery. We
die yt its wisdom and doubt its essential justice.
But those efforts must not be met in the spirit and
by-the weapons wielded by the dominant party at
the meeting of Wednesday las'c The weapons were
carnal and the temper devilish. The same exhibi
tion at a political meeting would have been deemed
disgraceful, and just cause of alarm for the liberties
of the eonntry. When religious men, ostentatiously
assembled under the Christian banner, proclaiming
to the world the righteousness of their endeavors and
the supreme holiness cf their motives and their
means of action, lesort ' to the most questionable de
vices of the most violent and unscrupulous political
demagogues for the accomplishment of their ends,
they cannot expect to retain the sympathies or the
confide ace of the great mass of those who assent to
to the justice of their policy, while they do not share
the violence of their prejudices-and' their passions.
Nothing can-show more clearly bow completely the
ranjonty-oa this, occasion had thrown oil the re
straints of common prndence and common sen.se.
Than the tact that the strenuous interposition of Dr.
SprisO alone availed to save them from virtually in-J-
ring a traffic which the laws of the land consider
This matter of publishing npon Slavery is an awk
wird question for the Tract Society to act upon. It
is no means a clear case npon either side ; and con
scientious and intelligent men may well hesitate be
' fire pronouncing juJgment upon it. But one thing
all Min of all sides may take for granted, ' namely,
tit it it is not to be decided wisely or safely by vio
lence, bullying, or political intrigue of any kind. It
ia a matter to be discussed, whenever either side
iy wisb to discuss it : and to be decided by calm
an i dispassionate judgments after such discussion.
Viioever seeks to stifle such discussion, to brow-beat
the expression of dissent and to dragoon the minori
ty into ei!ent acquiescence, inflicts serious and fatal
irj.iry upon the cause be professes to serve. ' The
.tit ward, victory he may seem to achieve only pre
jiges tie internal ruin which is certain to folkw.
. Deferred Forwiga I tenia.
In Great Britain, political dlSerences are reported
o h ie taken pLtce between Lord Palmers ton and
l rl John Ra-wel, and the defeat of the Derby nun
!-ry is anticipated on the meeting of Parliament.
' A Bneral meeting of the Atlantic Telegraph Com
1 any has been called to sanction the heads of the
iitreement with the Government and issue of prefer
ence tbares ofXGOU.WO new capital.
In the Markets, the war news appears to have pro
tuced a favorable effect in London. Money was
-i?er, consols closing at Oil to 911. Wheat de-
e tiiied 3d. to 4-i. in view of favorable prospects of
the crop. Cotton was dull, nut unchanged in prices.
The Parliament elections were completed with the
follow. n result : Liberals elected. S-3 : tonserva-
tt es elected, 320. This is a Ministerial gain of 23,
Included in the Liberals are about 150 Independent
members and ultra .Liberals, who will bold the bal
mce of power.
The Queen's speech, it was expected, would not
be delivered before the 10th of June.
The Daily J'tw$ says that the Liberals will insist
on taking up the reform question at the point where
it stood when the dissolution of Parliament took
The shipping trade was greatly agitated as to tb
conveyance of goods contraband of war.
Lord Malmesbury, in reply to a special inquiry
whether- the neutrality proclamation contemplated
coal as contraband, says that the passages in the
" proclamation referring to contraband gooda are not
intended to prohibit the exportation of coal or aoy
other article, but to warn Her Majesty's subjects
that if they do carry for the use of one belligerent,
articles which are contraband, and their property be
captured by another belligerent. Her Majesty's gov
ernment will not undertake to interfere against such
capture, ? -' - '
The Shipping Gazette suggests that the govern
ment should call on the belligerents to specify by
proclamation those articles which tbey are resolved
henceforth shall constitute contraband of war.
The chartering of vessels to France as store or
troop ships was regarded as illegaL .
The -eight large steamers of the European and
American company have been definitely purchased
on speculation by Messrs. Lever and Howard, cf
Ilanehester. " .
Dm Daily JWtca says that the Government will
almost immediately invite tenders for the monthly
eooveyancea of the Australian mails via Panama.
Twenty thoucxi J-ids men have been enrolled in
the Critish navy, a', jt a few weeks.
Teh, tL Uu li Ccmmissicner at Csnton,
had died fca Iza, ert he was a prisoner in the
hands of the Ea-iish.
Tn DoAwrcms or Xapolkos oh Italt.
The Wrty correspondents of the London papers
arc unanimous -ia describing the enthusiasm of the
people, ope - the Emperor's departure for the army
in Italy, as immense. Such a reception the Emperor
hss never before met with, and he was evidently
surprised ! unusual warmth. . The correspon
dent c t rSs says : The manifest of the
popular ti2 In Paris 00 the departu- 's Em
Mtror r to Lav been marked b, ontane
ooj enthusiasxa whioh baa not been witnd in that
capital for many years. A the Imperial carriage
us ami oat ottne courc-yaru 01 am iuuimes, u uu
" - ta he takan bv sornriso at the unusual
tf tis demonstration- He was attended only
by few of the Ctnt Gardet i and, on arriving at
the Cottl ' C ViUa. li Jmpoainowtioii had pro
dnocd its eCeotv apr o"1 hut Goards to
botw o of wry, and the carriage was instantly
TLm Czsnr embarked on board the Imperial yacht
IUizt ftr. t iUrseill-. cnt , 11 tn ot ay
and an i raj at Ueaoa on we aKeruww - '
laVr- . I't Undl at the inner port. Dsrcena and
T-Z V t ttartalFeJaoe. from the balcony
. . r Limswlf to the aaaembled popu-
I - 1 fcia with enthusiastia oclama-
to take his departure
tat- m:- -Jv-A.;!
the struggles of a people now vindicating its inde
penednce and to rescue It from foreign oppression.
This is a sacred cause, which has the sympathies Of
the civihzed world. - ,:..
I need not stimulate your ardor every mind will
remind you of a victory. In the "Via Sacra" of
ancient Borne inscriptions were chiseled upon the
marble, reminding the people of their exalted deeds.
It is the same to day. In passing Mondovi, Marengo1,
Lodi, Castiglioni, Arcolo, and Eivoli, you will, in
the midst of those glorious recollections, be marching
in another Via Sacra.' Preserve that strict dis
cipline which is the honor of the army.
Here, forget it not. There are no other enemies
than those that fight against you in battle. Remain
compact and abandon not your ranks to hasten for
ward. Beware of too great enthusiasm, which is the
only thing I fear. The new armtt dt precision are
dangerous only at a distance. They will not prevent
the bayonet from being what it has hitherto been
the terrible weapon of the t rencn infantry.
Soldiers ! Let us all do our duty, and put our
confidence in God. Our country expects much trom
you. From one end of France to the other, the fol
lowing words of happy augury re-echo : "The new
army of Italy will be worthy of her, elder sister."
Gevin at Genoa. May 12. 1859. Napoleom.
Addbess of Gxerai Forev. The Constilntionei
gives the following address by Gen. Forey to his di
vision which was the one engaged in the first battle
of Montebello :
Soldiers of the First Division of the first corps :
We shall find ourselves to-morrow in the first line.
and it is probable that we shall have the honor of
first engaging the enemy, ttememoer mas your
fathers have always beaten that enemy, and yo'i will
do the same. ' '
Gavi, May 6. General of Division, Foeet.
Rejrolalioa la 11 angary.
In the meantime the most exciting news comes
from Hungary. The agents of Kossuth and Russia,
now acting together, had made their appearance in
every part of the country, as abso in the Danubian
provinces, exciting the peopls to revolution, and it
was believed that a general revolution among the
whole Sclave population could not much longer be
Pmc. From Peru there is nothing of consequence.
They are prosecuting more actively their war with
Ecuador, rendering the blockade more effectual and
by large reinforcements have now sufficient to make
a shore attack.
BV JAMES J. JARVE. ESQ.
THE i:XDERSlGXED has received by the ship Eli
xt 4- Ella, from Konton, the following late publicutioos,
by Sir. Jarre, formerry of Honolulu :
KIANA, a Talk of Hawaii $1 25.
This work is founded on one of the ancient traditions of the
Hawaiian, and illoatrute their ancient customs and habjtii. Xt
is dedicated by the Author to llis Majesty Kunehameha IV.
ART HINTS', os Architecture, ScuLPTrRE axi
Pain-ting By J. J. Jarves $1 60.
" America has at last produced a writer who may help to eda
cate her in art, fruide her infant steps, and to point out the pit
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Without question, one of the raciest books ever wiittenoa
Parisian life and manners." Botton Pont.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
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The sketches of which, this volume is composed, are not only
spirited but informing. They furnish ani tnpreMlve idea of the
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Utt O. W. SIACT.
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WHITEWASH BRUSHES, CALIFOR
nia ground (ringpr, in ?tasi;
California ground sage. In glass,
Hamlin Baker's oysters,
Fresh peaches, in syrup,
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Doors, Window Sash, Blind,
EX " MODERN TIMES."
OnA DOORS, ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
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50 Sash Doors, assorted sizes.
300 pair Window Saah. assorted sizes.
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A T THIS TIME. XO WORK OX EUROPE
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DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS.
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200 Window Sash, all kinds,
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12 Glass Doors and Blinds, etc., eoropl-te.
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JJCEXES AXD SCEXERY 1 25
9 Kiana, a Romance of Hawaii 1 25 ; .
Italian lights ami Principles illustrated ;
French Sights and Principle?, 2 toU, illustrated $2 SO ; '
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PLYMOUTH COLLECTION OP IIYMXS
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HISTORY OP THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
4 FEW COPIES OF JARVES HISTORY
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UNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON.
Kegs Kirets, just received and for sate br
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BLANK WHALEMEN'S EXCHANGE
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OXES BLAKEMAN'S BEST LONDON
ater Colors, lor sale by
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WHALE LINE, fee
For sale by
119-tf CIIAS. BREWER, 2d
OAK PLAXK, Ir.
Hard Pine Plank,
"piaJe Deck Plank,
Hard Pine Rails,
For sale by
119-tf CUAS. BREWER. 2D.
IX CASES SUP. OIL CLOTH, aassorted widths,
Just receive.! sod for sale by
131-tf - CHA3. BREWER, 2d
EST ENGLISH SHEET IRON, OF ALL
sixes an duaensroos, lur sale bjr -
13-tf MELCHER3 Jc CO-
K BOXES SUPERIOR TOBACCO, lOa
lor sale by
D. C. WATERMAN Jc CO.
1 BARRELS OIL SHOOKS for sale by
UUII ll-tf CIIAS. BREWER 2d. .
GP S COILS, assorted sixes, made to order. Just re
J crtscd pr clipper ship " riyTen," for sale by .
CIIA3 BREWER, 2d.
PITCH AKD TAR.
BARRELS of each, JoJ s-rlved and for sale by ,
. 1SWX 1. -. . . , - CUA8. BREWER to.
7 T AM ANI FENCE POST rC LE BT
X M. 1
CHA8. i . KR2p.
" ' LATHS, ace.
RUCC AXD PINE LATHS.
Wbitewood Boards, gor sale by-
lia-tf - - CHAa. B1IWIS, 3a .
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CO.TmiS8IOX J1ERCH AIVT,
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WHITE L1XEX HANDKERCHIEFS
Mosquito netting. Was. white hose.
Blue drills, - Suspenders,
Linen toweling, ' Bed satin.
Genaine Fariaa Celwae 4T11.
White water bottles,
Cutgoblett. Sets crockery.
Bay State Inn terns,
Blown lanterns, with spring bottoms.
Looking-glasses, gilt frames, assorted ilses, tins crackers, asstd.
Sap. Oaloisa Tea 134b boxes.
- Black Ink,
. Bxs vermicellL
Maps of the United States.
Bags assted shot.
Solar La nsw Assorted sixes.
Solar side lamps. No. 1 lamp chimneys,
No. 1 lamp wicks, House paper,
I. R. hose and brass hose pipes, Carpet tacks.
Padlocks, brass and iron. Ship's compasses,
Boat's compasses, ' Ieck scrapers.
Bread's Whaling Gas. and Ireas.
Browa'a d. , do. da. Gaaa.
Copper pumps, copper ladles,
Fluke chain, cliain head straps.
1 met Catliaz BlcUe With Caata PKSDArra, complete.
Chain can-books, boat anchors,
Oakum, row-locks, sail needles.
Manila and Hemp Cordage Assorted Sizes.
Ratline, spunyarn, seizing, towliue.
1 Catting Fall, Bine Banting.
Rasps and files. Axes, green paint,
Coal tar, black paint, composition sheathing nails, sheet lead,
Cut nails, assorted sizes.
Shooks and Heads,
New Bedford Casks,
Hoop Iron, Coofers Rivets.
Iron bedsteads, 1 French bedstead,
Rope halters. Jute door mats,
Enameled valises, Guunjr bags.
1 fore top-sail, 1 main topsail,
1 ciizen top-sail, 1 fore-sail,
1 topcallaut-sail, 1 torma.t stay-sail,
1 topgallant studding sail, 1 main royal.
Fire crackers, spittoons,
Chain Cables. N Raven'a Dark
FAIRBANKS PATENT PLATFORM SCALES.
Do. do. GROCERS' do.
Do. do. COUNTER do
Aaaorled Shelf Hardware. Boar Glams.
Dyer's healing embrocation, '
Worsted and silk conch lace.
Wilson, Fairbank & Co's pure Bourbon
Whisky In kegs.
Cases quart bottles, cases pint bottles.
Composition and Felt for Fire-proof Roofs.
PRESSED HOPS, etc., etc., etc., etc.
- - - 149-tf
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY THE
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HE FOLLOWIXG MERCHANDISE, FOR
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Charcoal irons, Walker's percussion caps.
Scythe stones, CnM-stwl supers, cut,
Nests tubs. All cast-teel au?ers.
Willow clothes baskets. Wetherl - socket chisels and
Mason's blacking, froapes. firmer Koujjes,
Tennessee saddles. Brass cocks, assorted.
Worsted rtiths, Iron and brass screws,
la. lies' saddles. Iron and zinc shoe nails,
Halters, stirrup leathers. Pocket compasses,
Bussry and dray harness. Traveling haws, knife cleaners,
Briilles, tinned stirrups. Plated tea spoon, do table do.
Tin scoops, swivels. Plated dessert forks, do table do,
Lime squeezers, faucets, Padlock clasps.
Boot trves, long sticks, ule chain, 33 feet long,
Fore part Irons, colts, Hay forks, 2 and 3 tine,
Boot-siretrhers, awls. Hat and coat books.
Caraway. h mp and canary seed Oa bow pins, ox bows.
Cotton and hemp lines, . Aajrer handles, rolling pins,
Toaners, cake-turners, Sbu'.ter screws, screw hooks,
Shei-p skin mats, Douglas pumps
Half brooms, whisk brooms,i Coppering hammers, adze eye do
Garden and plastering trowels, Shoe hammer, tack do, -
Shell back and sine combs, Coopers anvils,
Hand and back ?a. Keys tinUhtni; nails, asel'J,
Rippinie saws, dog collsrs, Sewing machines,
grawiug knives, hand-hells, Hra wire serves,
Silver-plated call bell, Perforated paper.
Picture knobs, dust bru.he, Account books,
f hoe pegs, cod lines. Pocket knives, asst'd,
Mane combs, tweezers, P.l icU bowed ""cissors, assorted,
Brit, swinging lamps, . Gun flinw, sardine kuives,
Key rill)?, clothes pins, Cook's nui;er bitts,
Valiet's ink and pwncl lenucrs. Belting leath r, jeweler's files,
Sewing birds, n-ck comlvs, Itasti nd and mill files.
Butcher's balances, with dish. Window sprints, do do imperial,
Pencil sharpeiiers.slioe brushes Ship carjwnter's adzes,
Cut'.inir RRuires, match Siifes, Brass head nails.
Revolving pistols. In case, Ciijib-mrd locks, tined Iron wire,
Volcanic carbines, Knplith sheet inin, Kusaladodo,
Volcanic pistols. Boxes glass, assorted.
Double iron smoothing and Square and fiat Swede's Iron,
Jock planes, jointers, &C, 4c.
India Rubber Toy?, &c.
Ladies in full dress,doll heads. Whistles, chanticleers,
L'pper ten ladies,Siindal wood, Hen and chickens, barbers,
Birds, monkeys, cbess babies, Glove boxes, 4cc, Ac.
Dry Goods, &c.
Assorted frock prints, t)jera flannel,
Corset jeans, crash, BPk. bob. lace, crash,
White cancel, furniture prints, Yayal lace, hair braids,
Fine cambric muslin, dimity, Elastic cord, velvet,
KuitlltiK cotton. All wool carpeting.
Blue, pink and white brllllante, Italian sewing silk,
Scotch gingham, silk illusion. Black tnOVta ribbon,
Bohhlnet lace, muslin Collars, Marseilles fringes,
Pink and blue tarlton, Braids, napkins.
Muslin collars. Drab black and white tapes,
Black lace veils, Twilled tapes, assorted,
M ini fans, Silk umbrellas,
Watch guard ribbon, Brown cottons and stripes.
Dark bonnet ribbons, 2 ex. full trimmed mourning
Light do. do., bonnets, straw braids,
Long and short mohair in Its, Embroidery silk.
Shoelaces, worsted braids, Worsted table covers.
Bbls rice, washing powders, tomato ketchup, refined lard,
r'louln tins, ox bows, rakes, wheelbarrows, Iron horse posts,
Shoe brushes, sorghum cutter, walnut wa.htands.
High-post bedsteads, hair mattresses, feathers, what-nots, putty.
Oil, turpentine, red chalk, Sanford's invigorator,
Whitcomh's remedy, pure indigo, castile soap,
Children's shoes, drab and brown hats, leghorn do.
Colored bonnets, etc, etc. 159-tf
To the Owners, and IVrseas interested in
Whaicships in tSie Pacific Ocean.
Office or th Pakama Rail-Road Comfast,
Nnw Yona. July 20, 1857. t
rys- The Panama Rail-Road Company takes this method
tJSjsJb ot informing those interested in the Whaling busi
aTj?"ttr neM of the advantages oQertd by the Railroad
1 ' anris the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the I'uited States, bud for sending out
fits ami 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 the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, fcc,
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to Jiew York during the present seasou,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may le 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
Car are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Aspin
wall. -Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing brigs, be.
lonirinit to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oi at Panama and deliver it la Mew York,
under through liilla nf Lndinj at the rate of seven
cent per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eight cents per gal
Ion if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, cliarging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers every expense from Panama to w 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 shipiwr.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied In crossing the Isbmus la
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or conveyed in covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care will 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 Company, or to WilliaM
Xelann. 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 Hono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
information to shippers. -
JOS. T. JOY, Secretary
TasDrato L. IIascs,
- Agent Panama R. B. Co.. Honolulu 8. 1. 64 I07 .
PINE" BOARDS AND SHINGLES.
Vf M FEET CLEAR EASTERX PIXB--fj
Vf assorted, from i an loch to a inches thick.
30,000 Eastern ths ved cedar Shingles. '
144-tf For sale low by , GEO. G. H0WK.
WROUGHT XAILS, BY MACHINERY,
from tnaleable Iron; horseshoe and brad nails, from the
Eagle Factory. Providence, R. I.; for sale br
133-tf . P. C WATERMAN k. CO.
- SUGARS. -
HALF BOXES E. BOSTON Nsv. 1 CRUSH
ed Sugar, ' -
. llatf boxes East Boston Granulated Sugar. "
u . Loaf Sugar, Just received per clipper ship " Sy
ren'for sale by . . -
; 131-tf CHA9. BREWER 2d.''
,"T DRAWING PAPER. . '
R SALE BY
H. M. WTimCET.
PORK x :
BARRELS PRIME PORK, just arrived
per "Syren," . - - For sale by : -
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
' Cn3 OAT3 Per rJLOiCn PllH'X
-Hfcr pat-err ; n.tr-. 1 .
Offers for '."gale, jost reccircd
PER BARK " SACHEM,' FROM BOSTON.
0f BALES BRO. DRILLS, 100 dos denim frocks and pants,
12 bales bro. beetlngs,
7 cases cheese.
1 bale bleached - do,
10 cases denims,
8 cases ticks,
3 cases bleached Jeans, ,
1 case honey-comb quilts,
' 1 case striped grass cloth,
1 ease white duck,
1 case bL and white quilting.
4 bales pumpand rlg'g leather,
230 kegs white lead,
20 bbls rice.
151 casta boiled oil,
' 2 bales doves,
4 bags pepper,
10 coils Russia bolt rope
18 casks pilot bread,
200 boxes family soap,
18 coils spunyarn,
8 cases men's clothing,
5 cases charcoal irons,
55 cases boots and shoes,
25 cases green peas.
Winea nnd Spirits
11 qr and 28 eighth casks best
. dark brandy,
2 qr pipes Hennessey' do,
3 qr do Martell's do,
S qr and 8 i casks Rirlerre do,
110 boxes Catawba brandy,
t0 hair bbls best whiskey,
100 liKt do do.
25 cases refined lard,
100 half bbls crushed sugar,
200 saddles, complete, -25
kits No. 1 mackerel,
200 fences S. W. soap,
10 init bbls hide poison,
20 fees alcohol,
20 cases spirits turpentine,
43 coils Manila cordage,
60 bbls extra mess beef,
80 haft bbls prime butter,
450 bxs, hif and qr do raisins,
6 cases box salt,
S snooks grnd salt, 209 bags,
117 kegs nails,
25 cases tobacco,
100 bbls UaxaU flour,
105 dox qts R. Byass' porter,
10 dos London cordial gin,
15 cases brandy peaches.
Honolulu. March 24, 1859.
C. A. & II E POOR
OFFER FOR SALE ON REASONABLE
terms, (just arrived per " Phantom," and expected per
Fleetwood," "Shim" and "Monena:") Che following goods:
Cases " Pacific A" blue sheetings,
do u Pacific B do do
do Webster" denims.
Rales Washington" denims,
" Cases assorted fancy prints,
do do frock prints and muslins,
do black and white prints,
do 2 pink prints -Bales
Illinois Mills stripes,
do "Suffolk" denims,
do Excelsior" denims, , -do
u Panama" ticks,
do Rock River" brown drills,
do "Shaker Mills" 4-4 brown sheeting,
Cset 44 Dover" bleached cotton uannel,
00 " Pemberton" brown cotton flannel,
do navy blue flannel, M Middlesex Co.,"
do blue drills,
do - Essex" cambrics, (colored,)
do Spring River" bleached shirting,
do madder prints.
Men's kip half welt brogans, lined and bound,
do enamelled do do , do
do goat do do do
do calf sewed Oxford ties,
do heel, strap-sewed pumps,
do drab, glove top congress gaiters.
Women's patent foxed congress gaiters,
do do do do do heeled.
Cases men's palm leaf hats, "
do hoy's do do do
do assorted men's and boy's " Canton" hats.
Cases assorted clocks.
Cases framed engravings, &c, ke.
. Samplra of the dry good are nt hand.
Honolulu, July 14, 1859. 159-tf
W. A. ALIXRICH
WILL RECEIVE PER PHANTOM AND
FLEET H'OOD,mn& offers for sale, the following:
Bales Amoskeag stripes.
Bales do tickings, 30 inch.
Bales do sheeting, 32 loch.
4-4 and 8-4 New and choice patterns,
170 docen men's palm leaf hats,
Case brown Leghorn hats.
Case dark cashmere wool hats.
Case black wool hats,
Ciine brown wool bats,
Cases figured pearl wool hats,
Cases pearl wool bats.
Drogaus and Boots.
Cases men's waxed Id. and bl. brogans,
" " calf " a u
a a m pumps,
" grained brogans,
" " enameled
" thick boi ta,
" " boots, half double sole,
M thick boots, 14 inch leg.
" grain boots, 18 inch leg.
50 dozen ex. walnut axe handles.
Finished and varnished ox hows.
Cases Hunt's handled axes.
Cases saddles & bridles.
Manila Cordage , 1, 1J hnd 1J in.
An assorted lot of fancy licht coats',
An " " lot of stitinet pants,
enim frocks and pants,
Cases pea jackets.
Cases hickory shirts.
Ivory tooth combs,
Lonz round combs,
Fancy India rubber toys, etc 157-Sin
New Goods ex " Polynesia !'
CRUSHED SUGAR IX HALF BARRELS,
Crushed sugar in 50 lb. boxes.
Assorted pie fruits, (very superior,)
Very choice Oolong tea,
Vinegar in barrels,
Fresh straw berries,
Clams In tins,
A lew dozen fine sherry and port wine for family u?e.
For sale by '
C. L. RICIIARU3 k CO..
Knahuroanu street. In stone store f .nntrly
150-tf occupicl by Messrs. Krull & Moll.
Sails, Slamlin Riin, Chain Ca
, bles, Whaliiii? Gear. &c.
FOR SALE LOW, BV THE IXDER
signed : Topails, courses, topcaUant yards, royals,
Spanker, gaff topsail, spencer, new and nearly new,
Two gangs, nearly new, standing rigging,
Topmast, back and head stays, topsail runners and lifts.
Jib stay, etc. The'above suitable for a shipof 250 to 450 tons.
Two 11 inch chain cables, two 1 i Inch chain cables.
Iron strapped cutting-In Mocks, with chain pendants,
Copper cooler, try pot, hulles and skimmer, lances, gaffs.
Whale line, cutting falls, assortment of blocks, patent and hushed.
Charts of different parts of the world, compasses, lioot lanterns,
Signal lanterns, chain topsail sheets, fluke ai d fin chains,
136-tf B. F. SNOW.
Just Received per Brig "Aloha,"
AM) OTHER LATE ARRIVALS, AXD
offered for sale by the undersigned, viz:
Twilled hickory &nd blue and pink striped regatta shirts,
Parisian white and printed bottom fhirti,
Figured buckskin, nankinet and satinet pants.
Black Orleans sack coats, cotton and silk umbrellas,
Can de Cologne,
And Macassar oil.
Mnller'e Celebrated Pale Ale!
Claret, Haul Barsac, Champagne, Turpentine and linseed oil,
Olive Oil, sniierior German Blacksmith's Coal,
Swedish and English Bar Iron, assorted sizes,
Pheet-lead and Lead Pipe, Ouns, Rifles, Gunpowder and Shot,
149-tf El): HOFFSCHLAEQER ft STAPEXIIORST.
SALT ! SALT ! SALT !
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PCULOA SALT WORKS!
milEUXDERSIGXD IS READ V TO FCR-
JL nish -to Butchers and Packers, in the largest quantities, a
very superior article, KQCAL TO THE IMPORTED
SALT, and at a price to JJefy C'onipfflion I For terms
apply to IiAKIEL MONTGOMERY,
143-tf Puuloa Salt Works.
' Assorted jellies, citron,
Uaoiblin k Baker's oysters,
Bbls Carolina rice,
Tor sate by C. L. RICHARDS ft CO.,
' Kaahumanu street, In stone store, formerly
lM-tf occupied by Messrs. Krull ft Moll.
THE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
' 476 Tons her Register,
WAS TO LEAVE LIVERPOOL OS THE
25tb of last month, (April,) with a :
FULL AND COMPLKIE CARGO!
Cxpressly selected for this market. Including an unusually large
and choice assortment of PRINTS. of which SAM PLES
are shortly expected, and which will be disposed of " to arrive,"
at the VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES. For particulars,
apply to 15l-tf JAJVION, GREEN ft CO
PAINTS AND OILS.
PUKE SNOW-WHITE ZINC IN OIL,
Pure English white lead,
Pure American white led
Copal varnish, -Demur
. Turpentine, chrome yellow,
Chrome green, '
' ' Prussian blue,
f L lira marine blue.
161-tf . For sale by IL W. SEVERANCE.
Views of Honolulu ! -
ALL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDING
on these Islands, should not fad to send a set of U. Jf . '
Bergen' Views mf Jlonolnla to their friends abroad,
aa they win convey by far a be5r idea of the Scenery, Habits.
Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be had of - ... B. BURGESS
lla-tf , v Pa,' von King street, near Fort.
. . . : . ,
THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
tin. Goartiian of Uw perse and property of GJBORGB
IIOLM K3, hereby gives notice to all Persona lodebtod to him ta
make Immediate payment 1 and au persons having claims
"M "nw.M? brebyr d to present the saaw ta
K. O. Davtoi and he, the said, t rdian, hereby Ibrbids a
persoa trasUaw thw said Qeorg. UoarnL froai thlslktslL
aAjeeaM Goardiaa wiU pay no debteonteieted by h!.
; Hoooinla, Dee, , 185& 13S-U r . R. G. UAY13.
KJ l.Mf ' - V
At itE. BY RECENT ARRIVALS, THE
O Voifirlho satof Groceries,.! the store of the
detened.TU, ronton, '
FreTIlea, Fresh currants, in tin.
Fresh quinces, . re f8., ! T
Fresh peaches, , . Fresh lobsters,
Fresh pears, - Sardines.
Raspberry jam, Frerrch capers
Cranberry jam, English pickles,
8trawberryjam.etcet.,etc. Kngliah pie frotta,
Mincemeats, - ,MC? ,
Saxe. English mustard,
Sweet savory, French mustard.
Summer savory, Hops,
Ground black pepper, ter, sda and wine CTckcrs,
Whole do do. Smoked lams.
fPimeuto, 8moked herrings,
Ground cloves. ue wrong v.-, v
Ground ginger, Green corn.
Cream tartar, ' Crushed and loaf sugar,
8. C. soda, c sc-
N.B.-Fresh Island Butter and Ground Coffee alwsys on
hand. (133-lyK H. McINTi RE.
JUST ARRIVED PER AMERICAVCLIP.
bark SACHEM, J. B. Atkins, master, from Boston, tha
following assortment of Merchandise :
Cases blue denims.
Cases blea. flannel,
Bales bro. cotton.
Bales awblnp stripes, a new article
Bales bro. drilling.
Cases print lawns.
Cases satteen blea. twill,
Bales printed carpets, '
Cases ladies' gaiter lined toots
Cases men's rubber boots,
Cases boys' do do,
. Cases women's do do,
Cases charcoal irons,
Bbls prime pork,
: Barrels mess pork,
. Half bbls mess pork,
Qr Mils mess pork,
- Bbls mess beef,
Bbls navy mess beef,
Half bbls crushed sugar,
Half boxes raisins,
Cases refined lard,
Casks pilot bread.
New Bedford iron hoops. 1x16, 1x17, lxl7, H17-IZi-tf
Apply to CHAS. BREKR,2d.
Fresh Garden Seeds !
JUST RECEIVED FROM A. P. SMITH'S
Gardens, Sacramento, Cal., and warranted good.
Bush beans, ,
Red, yellow and white onion.
Blood beet, parsnip.
Long yellow carrot.
Red tomato, egg plant,
Lettuce, okra and leek,
Cucumber, white celery,
Water and musk melon,
Long anil turnip radish,
Osage orange hedge plant seeds,
Alfalfa Spanish clover seed,
Chinese sugar cane or sorghum.
Put up mostly in two and four rial papers, and also In larger
quantities. For sale by
146-2m H. M. WHITNEY.
Cargo of Lumber for Sale !
JUST RECEIVED PER jEOLCS, A. Camman
Master, direct from Mendocino Mill, comprised of the fol
lowing assortment :
39,463 feet rou'h Redwood Boards,
3,a-28 '-" Scautling, x 8,
4,705 " "6x6,
10,000 " 5-feet Pickets,
34,000 u 1-inch tonucd and gr.oved Redwood Flooiing,
23.568 u li" " u " u
2J,796 " surfaced 1-inch Redwood Boards,
10.282 " li " " Plank,
3i53 u planed i " " Siding,
19.548 " " u a "6 feet long,
1.674 tongued and grooved Plue Flooring, 1 inch,
60,00U Redwood Shingles.
American 1 Inch white pine Boards, planed on two sides.
Do 1 Inch do do do do on one side,
and 12, 12 and 13 feet length.
Do 1 inch white pine Boards, 10 inch wide and 12 ft long,
Do while pine Sheathing Boards, planed one side,
Do cedar Shingles, shaved.
Do pine and spruce Laths.
135-tf CIIAS BREWER 2d.
New Goods ! New Goods !
ECEIVED EX RECENT ARRIVALS I
ASP FOR SALK BT TBK CNDEKSIGSKD :
DATIF.S ft JONKS' CELEBRATED PATENT SHOULDER
SEAM AND THREE-PLY COLLAR SHIRTS.
Merino undendiirts. suspenders, neck ties, (of various style?,)
sup. black and blue broadcloths. black doe-skin cassimere, French
and English fancy cassiineres, tweeds and shepherd plaids in
great variety, sujierior Marseilles vestings, large diamond Mar
seilles for ladies use, all linen ducks ami drills, (plain and fancy,)
Panama and felt hats, etc., etc.
English Blue sad White Flannel Mansfae
tared la Order n .uperior art cle.
McCOLUAS J CA MPBELL, Tailors.
146-tf Corner Fort and King streets.
Just Received, ex Late Arrivals !
AND FOR SALE BV THE U.VDERSIGNED
First and Second Class Brandies, in wwl,
. First and Second Class do In bottle,
Best Geneva, in wood and bottle.
Old Tom Gin, in bottle,
Monong:ihel i Whi-ikey, in wood and bottle,
Ale and Porter, of the favorite brands.
And the usual assut tment of Wines and Liquors.
141-tf OODFREY RHODES.
OF WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Vmh1 of superior quality can be hail at Koloa at
$5 per cord ; fre'h lieef at 4 eeuts per Jb ; sheep,at $3 per head
and goats at 50 head. Also, fruits and vegetables of various
kinds can be procured at the nbove named port.
XT Wood always on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (64-tf) GEORGE CHARM AN.
Wool, Goat .Skins, Hides,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (fil-tf) J. C. SPALDING.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Old Vellow Jletal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
ket rates, by Il tt CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
Cigars ex " Hero ! "
JUST LAXDBD AND FOR. SALE AT J. T.
Waterhouse's Wholesaleand Retail F-re Proof Emporium
10,000 No 1 Manila Cigars, twist ends,
20QtOO0 No 2 do do do,
10,000 No. 3 do do do.
They are selling 61st. Terms qnick.
142-tf Apply to JOHN THOMAS WATERH0CSE,
Flour ex Mountain Wave !
FIFTY BBLS. RICHMOND SUPERFINE,
in quarter and eighth sacks. For sale in quantities to suit
by (12J-tfJ B. F. SNOW.
Physical Education. .
HE GYMNASIUM IS NOW OPEN FOR
th reception of Subscribers, at the Hawaiian Theater.
143-tf CHAS. DERBY.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDER, &c
4Pf( ROLLS ASSORTED PAPER,
t 1 t 100 roils assorted border.
The above invoice was selected expressly for this market by
J. F. B. Mars!. all. Esq., and is the largest and best assortment
ever imported, and wid be sold at low rates by
C. H. LEWERS,
13S tf Foit Street.
CRADLE, CHAIR. TABLE. BEDSTEAD,
and coffin stuff, assorted sizes, from 2 to 6 inches square,
and from 6 to 46 inches wide. For sale by
149-tf C. BREWER 2d.
FOR SALE OR HIRE!
VEHY SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate or Wooden Beds, and PH ELAN'S CELK
BiiAiiutuaiiMnu?l i- LSli IONS, all complete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth, Balls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, ke. A pplv to
103-tf ; E. BrRQESS.
CASES ENAMELED CLOTH,
Harness and Russet Leather.
Cnudren' Carriages, various patterns, ,
131'tf For sale by CHAS. BJIEWER. 2d.
CASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
" 44 Meats, 7
- , n BrndT Frtti,i ny Just received per clipper ship
Pyret,." For sale by " p
CHA3. BREWER, 2d.
SUGAR, SYRTJPS AND MOLASSES,
FROM THE ' NEW CROP, FROM THS
EAST MA UI PLAjYTATIO
For isle by (36-tQ H. HACKFELD k Co.
RUSSIA CORDAGE, SPDNTARW
M'.tT,?8Jk FU Hook. InA fhlmUea,
Oouble and single blocks, White Load. Chroma Green.
Chrome lellow, Prussian Blue, wre en,
EngUsh hoile4 Linsml Oil, Gold Leaf.
.1 '.'"V For sale by . :
n If ' : ;i i ..... H tlir-s...
ALEXANDRE ORGANS, AND MUSIC I
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED '
N. 333 Bread way, New York,
Enn THIS SALE OF
i-TA the best Boston and New York P anas 1 and Melo-
" I JrZ.rVnfMtuU-rnm those
different manuurr, - most elegant
S-?orTh! number, variety and celebrity of Instruments, nor
iwmelvlow prices at which they are sold. -
vlS t Th-ot IrSn frames, have in their new scale an improved
ionTln power and ami pas. of tone equaling the grand, with
Se btaaand duiability of the square Piano. The PreM 1 and
ai Music-masters have jusUy pronounced them equal. If not
faril r tany o"er make. They are guaranteed to stand the
'T.r-V-tel:. MI.He.(tnne Oie equal tem
twSpertor ch qUy. Can also furnish
E!T V" P .,hrta and Smith's Melodeons. . Prices from $46 to
t55f! (tSSl o?S,$150; two bank, of keys, $200
onTan fZmvSZ Melodeon $27 and $390. lew a liberal
SinT Each instrument warranted to give perfect sati.fac-
t w;?h rcusr$"25; twelve stops, $225? twelve do.
atal -"r, : $2M7eredo with percussion, $300 fifteen stops,
etrriSco.,d-hand Piano., at great bargains, constantly in
store Price from $3J to $140.
'-ic!-0..e of the largest and best catalogues of Music
now Dublrthedt all Music and Musical Works published In the
raudSUtti for sale by this House. Also, Martin's celebrated
Gu tTrs ; all kinds of Musical InstrumerU and Musical mer
chandUe at the lowest prices. Music sent wherev-r ordered,
Pt Pud. Catalogue, ient by maiL XT A liberal discount
bade to dealers, teachers, seminaries and clergymen.
TESTIMONIALS OF THE
Horace Waters' Piano and Melodeont
-l-he Plauo came to hand, and In Brt-rate border. It Is a
... . , . . 4 nn mi.i.iiv.n-:lL! k Walker. Phila.
neautirm lusiniuiciiii . .
John Hewitt, of Carthage. N. Y., who ha. bad one of tha
Horace Waters' Pianos, writes as follows ; "A. friend of mine
wishes me to purchase a Piano for her. She likes the one yoo
sold me in Deoerotwr. 1&56. My Piano is becoming popular In
this place, and I think i can Introduce oneor two more tbey
Will be more popular man aujr uurci
u We imye 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." IWood ft Greg
ory, Mt. Carroll, Illinois
u h Waters. Esq., Dear Sir: Having used one of your
Pianofortes for two years past, I have found it a very superUr
Instrument." I A. Gray, Principal Brooklyn Hights fcminary.
Rev. Hyram Uaynes, writes as follows : - Preston Hollow, N
T July 2S, '68. Mr. Waters Dear Sir t 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, IN Y-, Aug. 6, '58. Horace Waters, Esq. Sir t The
Melodeon you sent me was duly received in good order I am
now fully prepared to say that the Instrument is highly satia
mctory; and I beg you will accept my thanks lor the very
liberal terms on which you furnished it, and for the very honor
able manner in which you have fulfilled, and more than ful
filled, all your promises. Very resectfully, &e., J. L. Smith.
-Tins Piano I received from you coutiiiues to give satisfac
tion. I regard it as one of the best instruments in the place."
IJ. L. Clark, Charleston, Va.
"The Melodeon has safely arrived. I feel obliged to you for
your lilieral discount. Will do all I can for you in these parts."
IRev. J. M. McCormick, Parquesville, 8. C.
"The Piano was duly received. It came in excellent condi
tion, and 1. very much admired by my numerous family. Ac
cept my thanks for your promptness." (Robert Cooper, War
renham, Bradford country. Pa.
" Your Piano pleases ns well. It Is the best one In our coun
ty." Thomas A. Latham, Campbelton, Georgia.
"We are very much obliged to you for having sent us such a
fine instrument Tor $250, and we Bhall 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 gpeak of these instruments with con
fidence, from personal knowledge of their excellent tone and
durable quality."- )N Y. Evangelist.
" Wecan speak of the merits of the Horace Wat-'rs' Pianos,
from personal knowledge, as being of the very best quality.?
" Nothing at the State Fair displayed greater excellence In
hny leiMirtment than Horace Waters' Pianos." Churchman.
"The Horace Waters Pianos are built of the best and most
thoroughly seasoned material. We have no doubt that liuyers
can do as well, perhaps better, at this than at any -other house
in the Union." Advocate and Journal.
" Water-' Pianos and Melideous challenge comparison with
the finest made anywhere in the country." Home Journal.
" Horace Waters' Pianofortes are of full, rich and even tone,
and powerful." S. Y. Musical Review.
"Our friend will find at Mr. Waters' store, the very best
assortment of Music and of Pianos to be found in the United
States, and we urge oursouthern and western friends to eive
him a call whenever they go to New Yoik." Graham's Mag.
Wareroora, 333 Broadway, N. Y.
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
A FAMILY SCHOOL. In which Hawaiian and hnlf
caste girls will he taught the English language, needle
work, and the various domestic duties appropriate to their age
and sex, will commence as soon as pupils can be obtained. It
is iu a very eligible situation ; about a mile and a half from
Honolulu, on the Waikiki road the Fairoanks premises, recently
occupied by J. Jackson, Esq.
The school will be conducted by Mi?s M. Ogden, assisted by
Miss Mary Castle. The moral and physical education of the
pupils will be attended to no less than their mental culture. At
present only a small number can be accommodated. Those
from three to six years would be preferred but some a few
years older mav enter. For terms, apply to
155-tf " On the premises.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED T
furnish to the Honolulu public the following, on the mo
rersonable terms :
In any quantity, for building and other purjoses,at so much
each. In the rough, or not squared, for foundation to buildinira
at so much per ox cart load. Steps and Door or Window Sills
and Caps, with smooth surface cut out in any size to suit.
Liuie. 1'iro Wood,
liailaxt Tor Vr-aarls.
Hides, Sheep-Uina, 1 1 or Am. &e.
107-tf J- I. DuWSETT.
Bars refined Iron,
Bui-Ues Nail Rods.
Bundles Korway Shapes,
For .sale bv
119-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
W II I FFLETR EES. CHAINS, Air.
ETS SUP. W H I FFLETR EES i CHAINS,
r.xira sizea narrows.
For sale br
119 tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
THIE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN BARK
. "Alexandro Garrigos," consisting of
350 tons Steam Conla,
1 loss Saltpetre.
Apply to L. II. ANTHOX.
60-tf Or to J C.SPALDING.
FOR SALE EX SACHEM.
ONE GRAND PARLOR PIANO FOilTE,
1 fancy case 'do do do, 7 octaves
2 plush Music Stools,
1 rubber cover.
The above are from the manufactory of Hallett Jk Cumston, of
Boston. For sale by CIIAS. BREWER. 2d.
NAVY, PILOT AND MEDIUM BREAD,
in casks and bbls., for sale by
133 tf 1. C. WATERMAN A; CO.
WHALING C5T7NS AND ROM OS.
BRAND'S CELEBRATED V HALING
Guns atid Bomb Lances, large and small sites, universally
acknowledged tone the most superior articles of the kind in use.
l-t4-tf For sale by P. 8. WII.COX.
RAPE SEED OIL.
BEST REFINED LAMP OIL. BURNING
without any smoke or smell whatsoever. For sale in
quantities to suit, by 136-tf MELCUERS & CO.
COAT SKINS I
WANTED TO PURCH ASE, BY B. F. SNOW,
... KO&t -kin to which the highest prices will be paid.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
ILmvp RKf,EllfKn PER FRANCES PAI
M M ER," and for sale by
156tf " H. M. WEITNEY.
LETTER a.n NOTE PAPER.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF NOTE AND
, c PI-r, assorted sixes, with Envelopes to match
15fi-tf For sale by II. M. WHITN KY.
A LARGE VARIETY OF DWARF AND
other varieties of PEAS, long Salmou RADISH. BEET
etc., etc., received per " Palmer."
H. M. WHITNEY.
lLVSifSLm RECEIVED PJBR
m'tf H. W. SEVERANCE.
IOOO tAXS 13f -".
133;f P. C. WATERMAN k CO.
F -.-,. PfaR YANKEE.
RESII MACKEREL, IN K.TS.
Cream tartar, in glass.
Table sal:, la boxes.
n. W. SEVERANCE.
A t,ARGcE AX COMPLETE ASSORT-
(n;008 BU"'ner comprising every article usually
required in the line. Just received and (br sale by
US-tf U. -M. WHITNEY.
RAVEN'S DUCK, kt.
LIGHT AND HEAVY RAVEN'S DUCK
Rockport Cotton Dnck, . V11
o-8, PUotDuck' For sale br
, I19f CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
M. ment. 18d-tf ' p. C. WATERMAN it Co.
P0.118 ,rted patterns, with
131 h nd. fixtures complete, jo arrived, tor sal? by
- "I'tf- CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
HEMP SIIRoirnivn. .
3 kT T - SHROUDING-
P. C. WATERMAN OO.
OAK BOATS, fce.
TJ18 OP OAK BOATS Just receive per Syr,
iti ' " - ' For sale by - .
7",-irrrTTJ 6 1-A CUTTII.n rv
VESSELS, HARBORS avn
I - in the Dctt:
FORTS OF THE IIAWAAK
T intry to make the usual msn F A p(ll 3
at the Fore,) if tliey want a ".(01
The pilot will approach vessel, on ik
sent the hltv. J. r81. 011 the ir .
set is free from contagion, the cant,?- J ,httKi
nlhsmi- K m !7T. .r "".C-'PtSlll Will K." I.
Of the pilot and health officer. ' "l O
""" 11 WIN UUUt tna WAll, a " 'HIT IL
The commanding officer of anv mw
alter her arrival at either of the i " 1
a..i ,e, ii come to Uiis port, fwni.h ! '"al?
pessengcrs. and dellvtr him, under!.,. hi 'iJi!?1
manifest of the cargo with m hkh?3 ,U,L C!
manifest shall conuin an aeoount of
marks, number, contents sort .. ., ne P3r'
juik or tk. - 1
imnorters or coniiim. n "hoth. "a
Importers or consignees. Wln an, .',!T,h( 1
eight hours after his arrival, he bZti rS
ceeding one thousand-dollar, "ie a n-1-?!?1
above menlionea H-i:- "e ita alio Jl
h.,.i t the ti,'of -zz :r. . ir-"
board at the time of ber arrival. urwi.Vl
- . 1, j """"-r Ik-mi..
a fine of one hundred dollars.
Masters of whaling vessels shall .
lector's office within forty-eiht hour.
either of the ports of entry, and prW.
They shall .1., within the timett
nes and spirits on loaril fcHw V-to?
cargo ana rreigi ecept the produce ,i . , ..
outfit, provisions and furniture of thr
forfeiting all such stores, canro and frrfehT li;
of stores or manifest, and a fine of wVV?
Bef..re landing baggage, a permit ffTT.'aii
Uined from the collector, and no per-i, "
requisite passenger list has been funuthZ! T
Masters of vessels allowinr tiairrur.TL ? 'W,
pllance with the laws, are suhjec? to ifin.
The coll ector, at hi. discretion, and Lfi?,tl
forth in the permit. w Wt"l
Vessels having spirits, wines, or set ).' '
board, subject to a duty exceeding Ave wr
receiving such articles on board. i!C?t Kh-,1
1 WT "v.
4 board, who shall receive the sum of two il u,t" V
per diem, and also food and lodirinr at th..11
I Tt ..11 ( 1 . F lrttin.
" "jc oiny poruof entrr .,i,
for vessels of all descriptions, Honolulu niLv.
Hllo, KeaUkeakuaand Kawsihae,(law.H??Jfia.v
and for halersandreMels of war on v n.n.i3 fe
The port charges are as f .Hows : mnki' SA
At Honolulu Pilotage one dollar rr hrt ..
pilotage It no pilot Is employed , hesiih niw,'i
buoys, two dollars ; harbor macter, three doluT
dollar 1 pilot for anchoring a vessel outsid -Mi!
ter the harbor, ten dollars. S uitk
At Lahalna Boarding officer, five dollv,. r. I
lar 5 canal, (if used,) two dollars ; clears lfi
At Hilo.Pilotage, health certificate uaL )
as at Honolulu. ""njakJ
. At Kealakeakua. Boaniinir officer .,.
At K.waihae,-(HawailO and Kuk, (!
. All charges for buoys and board inr officer mwek. I
collector's office before huline. unllin? or trX'lil
go or passengers, shipping or discharm ,nT
Hawaiian vessels, whether licensed aieoai ,)
engaged in foreign trade, are liable to tnttamttwT"
Striotion. as foreign vessels. " i
Whale .hip. are allowed to land goodi tottitraW '
dred dollar, free of duty. f
Products of the whale fishery may be trsnAirJJLj
charge except for entry and permit, if !.'
l iuueo iu uuim lor eix.n, taey are liable to dor i
cent, on value by estimate. "!
. The permits granted to whalers do not include atu
position of spirituous liquors.
. 1 . .. 1 1 : 1 1 ,. .
mit when called for, shall be liable to a firegf iwiZr1
or more than fifty dollars, to he imposed br At r.faa
Before obtaining a clearance fur a vmi-Tf )
quired to furnish the collector with a mnL'Vtf
tended to be exported, a manifest of all itnrsukrj
AHT lUMtn m w tMtieaillll no snail fall tn til I
, MICDn d
of all passengers who are to leave the kiosi 1 intoi
nav all leiral ehanrea at the hurlinr m. .... -1
j lector,? office.
I Every captain of a vessel who shall eoo.rT
dora as a passenger, any person to whom the pa ,
! plies, who shall not be provided with a purport
J ter of foreign relations or collector of cait'imt.ilh 1
j such person, be lialMe to a fine of fifty dnllari. trt tr J
, debts and obligat'an. which such pnnwDTmnif 1
paid in this klnedom. and the vessel hall br u.J
1 ment and sale to pay the same. )
Any vessel having cargo on board intended or 1 W
or spirit, in cargo or .tores, may not touch at a pUetal
of entry, without a permit from a collector. - J
Masters of vessel, are requested to l"ve th-ir dx
board with the officer in command, for tlieruiduaa'
Oil. whalebone, or any other article of mfrrhand.
transhipfied without a permit, is liahletoieumrinl ,
Vessels landing roods npon which the dutta auisi
paid, are liable to seizure and confiscation.
If any person commit an offense on thare, vi tj
board a vessel, it shall be the duty of the tonimua&
such vessel to surrender the suspected or culprit sml
officer of the police who demands his surrender ikW
tion of a legnl warrant. 1
All sailors found ashors at Lahslna after tlx hc
drum, or t "Honolulu after the rininir of tlie teoo'tuus
subject to apprehension and a fine of tsoil.Jlarv
Shipmasters must give notice to the harhnr mtei;
sen ion of auy of their sailors within fortr-ei,At kaca
penalty of one hundred dollars.
Foreign seamen are not allowed to lie diKhtriedsp
ports of these Islands, except at Honolulu, liiam r.
and at these ports only with the written comeotof i,
Honolulu, Lahaina and Hllo, are the only pnru t.
tire seamen are allowed to lie shiped and diirtiirii
those places only before the agent for shippinf naiwse
lio spirits or other merchandise shall beeiiterclcie
for consumption or re-exiortation at any of IbrpK
kingdom except Honolulu, Lahaina and U.V,auJai
wines liable to a duty higher than five per cea.
shall be so entered at Hilo.
The rates of duties on merchandise landed fc 4s tm
On brandy, gin, arrack, wines, l, porter mi 1!
tilled or fermented spirituous liquors of anr drsctm.
ceeding 55 jt cent, nor less than 27 percent it ;
dollars per gallon. Ikj. exceeding 65 per cent.
dollars per gallon. Bo. exceeding 18 per cent aid oe
ing 27 per cent, of alcohol, one dollar per ralloo. la
Log 13 per cent, of alcohol, five per cent, ad valira
On sugars, molasses, syrups of sugiira, and ciff-,
of any country with which this guveniin'ut hu a
treaty, as follows :
Two cents per pound on sugars, ten eenu per aia
lasses and syrups of suirars, three cents per waoIe
On all other merchandise fire per cent, ad tuft.
On merchandise transhipei fr -rn one read a
transit duty of one per cent, ad valorem.
Any vessel taking away a prisoner from the Uiaki
to a fine of five hundred dollHis.
Any captain or other officer of a foreiim wud ri
without complying with the requirements of the
out of the jurisdiction of this goremmcnt. anr mutt
thereof, is liable to a fine ol five hun.lmi i.i',an. I
Rapid riding 1 1 the streets is prohibited an long-''
The hours for landinir mxxla or aher anirln. lit M
o'clock, A. M., and 5 o'clock, P. M, on aUdayien
and national holvdavs.
Office hours at the custom house and ntber w
every day (xcept Sundays and catluoal fcuirW
o'clock, A. M., until 4 o'cIum'. P. M.
Vessel, arriving from San Francisco, or othfr Ir
! an.1 having a mail for H.mmiIu'u, wilMioist lheiatl
the fore, If a pilot I. wanted ; hut if s pilot a aansM
sel having such a mail will hoist the ensign at tte J
Messrs. Morgan, Stone & Oo San Fnuicism,
Ized mail agents for the Hawaiian (Ji.reni.",T
leaving tliat port fur Honolulu, are requested w iato
the time of their departure. I
Hrbr Regulations rHes!'1 I
Vessels anchoring nuUide of the reef - Rmrititi-!
their anchorage, when requested to do so by tbtto""0,
either of the cttumissioned pilots. VeMeleai''j
to he ancliored In the place designated by tlie
his assisutit, and moved from one aiichiove
may direct, (ami none except Hawaiian oasiafi
than fifty tons burthen, and vessels nnder ?rijf
or officer for the puriose of leariusr p'rt, to qaii .
without the written permission of the harhnr lnUia- J
The harbor master or his asist;uit, orsnj 11 ry
Ing a vessel from one anchorak-e or mounna
make fast to any other vessel or to any warp
person residing the same, cutting away " 0,f
or fastening, is liable to the penalty ftated fA-?Li
ter is responsible for the s:uue. All rrss rJ
hall, when so reiuesul by the har matu-r
Slack down their stream cables s:h! mil. t""0 J
AU vessels entering the harbor ahull, if """T-iJ
harbor master, or either of the piM. rig in -
and spanker liootns, and top their lower aiid tf9
in twenty-four hours after anch-ring within
all cases before attempting to come akaigwle ' ,
either of the docks or wharves, ainl ktfPvr'
toppeil until within twenty-four hour. )
bor, and until removing from any wharf ,,,"c?tj
no pitch, tar. resin or oil snail ne irc. -,-mjlKt
sel within the harnor; mu all such oinil'n'1"
heated on shore, or in a boat, or ouaraftatan-w" j
from any vessel.
Any person who shall throw or cane to '
harbor, or leave or cause t he left upn
deavl animal, shall he liable to be appi
if tn Ot anprcav---
stated below. - . ..tuiaf'.
Any vessel taking on hoard or discbarptf A
tarpaulin properly stretched and spnau " I I
falling into the water.
For each violation of Wiherortneinrrr. -
ths person vioUting is liable to a one. ?
If a pilot conduct a vessel to ncw"L',
lulu, and be not detained on mini
1 f r.wu th oe
Kl JTTf uiuii I" Till J "I" 'U 11 'rA
ami 1 hnlth vrtirli'jite. and if detain"
"ii tpi ir uctuui m uuwiki .- i ftfntsp"
insn iwenty-iour nours, a perui - w
detention. Should a vessel thus "chr iJ r
afterwarila enter, the anchorage fees f?TL7tr
mitted, and the usual pilotage and liealt b .
The pilots shall bring the vessels bf "!,,
of fully within the harbor, (within the inM,,
wise directed by the harbor master,) .no a"" )
able and convenient place. . ir-
The harbor ma-ter shall board all fcreV;.,1t6e
Ian vessel from f ireipn ports, as sooo JT
entered the harbor, direct them where areii'-
fast, see that the commanding offic r l
latioos. and receive a list of passengers, w j
collector genem'a office fa
He is entitled to collect for such r"v Mo fcfl
three dollars in addition to the amount paw .
boats and warps In moving and makinii ;
Docessarily detained on board more tD?"
to receive at the rate of one dollar P'T)ti sp '
Uoa $ and lor each time that he may "
vessel after having once moored her nr. I v . 1
ceive Uie same pay as in the first m,tafZi.-t&r
Any person who shall throw stones or v
from a vessel at anchor in the harbor of J
to a fine of $100. . kir l .
8aos BoaTs. Any boat Pyin''Z I
Jlonoluhl, whether employed in fnj1"; J
without being licensed, is liable to
Kvec lassengcr hi. ing a licensed JJwa
carry w.Ui him 100 lbs. of luggage itJ 1
chargw-and f.ir all extra luggage or go"
ding t -eementwiththaowiofth
All. -oau of hire for tinware enutiw
passengwr for the first hour, one doll t
lug hour fifty cents. ,i,uj wj
AU boat, hired by dirtance
cenu for every passenger to and from f
the inner harbor or buoy, ofif tl'B JT V
son A- Co. fifty cents to and i
harbor, that la between the buoy off 4
Robinson k Co., and abreast of the "T $HS J
throagh the reef t and one dollar to an rf e
ol the buoy abreast of the westerly pe"1
boat to remain in all cases at JfJZ&mit
not exceeding fifteen minutes -',(
ease It should ha detained along.! la"
over fifteen minutes, then the owner "'
five eeots for every fi fteen minutes of me"
Honolula. Janaanr. 18 . - - j . .
JLKIE x r
diachaiye, to flaperintetwl the lienhtrirIt-
- v aaa ilZIllTW1iai t