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of which wo published tome weeks
j; h supposed um Hawaiian scboouer
( ti retaken, M aba was Men by the
rye. Win, bound from Maxatlan to La
Wjctlan was poaseaaion of the Am.
. j t. ,
(Hi;n every uy wiucimu a series or
brtwero the Mexicans ami Amen
ta export auiy 01 9 per cent. i charged
vv-ir sou bullion at Mazatlao.
.i0?vtks. 1 rumored at Maznt-
, , i rM mi eaorm urifTbill had passed
r, " Congress. Order restarting iu
rct there were daily exttfrtcd. We
Col- Fremont was on his trial for
4 tm! disobeJieiiee of order. ' Col.' Den.'1
,ar;.ng as U coupm, , , ,
, i.-Br the arrival of the Wig "Argo"
rtlst, hara received intrllieenoe
.MUM t the ICth of October. There in
new of mamrttt, the all-absorbing
toe criaia in nioo-y matters. The i
,p.trtstiMH f grain from Euroj and
a. nn f which hve been paid for in
. ubiitci h the demand for money bj
vjaay companies Lave pmdueed great!
.itit-nt in the taanufaeturing districts,
MffW a Urge share of capital' from its
! iwnm l, to the great detriment of com-
,ftfr-t the following from a letter dated
Ort. ICtli: 1
-ynxHirr market is in an awful state
,ft,r crah of gret bues daily. We
if nothing like it since the years 18-2? and
rt lUuh has bevu oUigvt to raise the
t ,rouut t s and ere per cent. The
mt hue fallen to 80, ami other funds
uVa mi pcoportion. Exchequer bills hare
ttm at 11 er cvnL' discount, and much
.1 .itrui4 has pervade! the uiercar.tde
V. KoUnsoit at Nn, (llobinaon was
fJ.ir f the Uank) Cower & Nephew,
k Irving, DarrlaT Brother, Cockerel I at
George Larpit Lyall Urolher & Co.,
ltt eottiMcteti w ith Calcutta) Hoj tl
(crrepoiliiiy bouso or Acklaixl,
a Co., of Colombo) hare atiMxtxlcd, also
il huc in the corn trade, and several
it (,Urow and at Li erpoo), many of
i.rf rry iargr sums oi mooy, varying
i.MHMHaktul 90(1,000. The Uank-
itrrittiv hate held their ground. Several
' f i poinj houves hats b-en most wild in
Uiumi, and 7tne of thetn hollow for years
ta' ADattaa. .Wj hare teruaed
piroure the address of Judge Lee, ddiv
Ufre the Oahu Temperanca Society. It
J.-li'-d for gratnitousdiatributioa by reuet
- v-jctj nboMld b read by all in our
riiiiti. He urges upon our young nieu
-nirr, pereveraw in the auiition of
Hj and industry, as the only aurc me.ins
-ui.uf health and proterity in thi world
uptnc in tba worLl to eome. To nhow
rut wate of pr)jierty by inteuiera nee,
.in the following calculation of tlie amount
I-J iluriag the rear id Honolulu alone, for
4uu li)uors :
M)iioe, at a vert moJeevte estimate, there
botnlred and fuiy erons iu our town,
it in ths daily tae of aroVat spiribt. Let
nmm that one bwndretlof th number drink
rlae earn day, ind the rrmaininjr one
-r-l ami liny, two ftaMCS oacb day. 1 uis,
refail pneo of liquors will amount in one
is the sum of f :7,37s. Let us say that the
lor eommunitr and transient iunrs con-
y kaif a tuach more. Ail.lir.jj the cont of
' the rurmer sum, we nave in round uuiii
ttw sum of f 41,'KiO spent each year, for ar
nrif m lbmolulu alonx ory-oiM lAsu
ivtlmrtl 'I Li, to mv iH'thin of time and
tralth watc,ih crime and misery produe
, a fearful uni."
V utf sll to seek to eipand the mental
rrs to cultivate mral principles and to
ia the true dicuity of hums nature. e
Mily room to make the following extract
V tlx aulject of iodustry:
Klo-trj u a uxed law of our nature. It is
. neceMary to tnir very eiuiteuce, necessary
eiiMeoce of societv, ieceen' to our
of mimi, or rpTity, ami our hajji-
Aa sil-w ia Creator bas given u ttrengf n
iy, al powers of mind, and made it nr
i to our enjoyment that we should work
W, and cultivate and improve them. The
CUlMr makes no excettioi in favor of any
V t falla uiotl the rich, the cxaltd, and the
t - ! ?.t-t -i - I II.
Tk. All, every one of u, if e would
Id-, tnu-t work. I u-e oi;en tbougnt, u
Y wi any tate of perfect torment on earth,
one of it Aft indoleikm. tiod has riven us
Voters lo waste, and bury, and rust away iu
I. and he Mho does it, does aa injury to bim-
to rtcty and his Creator, and deserves to
M out from the busT hire of industry, as a
HiUe drone, coosuuuog hooey that he will
vip ta gatber.M
Hrin'tji. This house was re-opened on
Hiy r tctung last, oo which occasion Um
4y ( Pirarro was produced with new
rj , JrrrtMos ami dresaes. Great credit
lie the artist of the establishment. The teui
wne a u tirautifully executed. The actors
Vf ajt in their parts anl the performances
r15jj;Wy creital4 to all concerned. The
crowded and the perfonnances
were received with marked appro
Mr. Tokaly as rirarn d.me extremely
! 140 soataincd her reputation ad
"I. Mr. Totm.hend a Ilolla won new
K (KiriicuUrly iu the last act where be flics
C'srah rLdd an-J is jHirsued by the 5pn-
tu rro it repeated this evemng.
l-rtand the cneJfy of ibe Kivals w ill
'? I produced for the barn-fit id the Cha-i-on
whtrh occaaioo. aevcral amateurs
The Polynesian will hereafter be issued
r afternoon. . Our reasous for making
rW i ta enable as to procure a complete
rn of the events of the week.
C.pt DujKcn was last week fined f 500
'i-e Hopkins for a breach f the Isw re-r-l
the retail of ardooisiiritj. ..
lTias Sta.Tte Chilean Brig Knriqueta
r.wcr,ly s.,14. i auction ashe lay for the
rf i hereby guru to all whom it nay
rt that a Circuit Court ft the fourth ju
f ddwtridof fit Hawaiian Lland, will be
f ' Haaalei on lh Island of Kauai, on the
r Monday of Fetruary next, opening at 9
. M.: aixl that His Honor Lorrin An-
awe of the Judges of the Superior Court
and Fruity ftr the Hawaiian Islands,
tid to eode oter said eoort.
r,tT Harsa, Honolulu, Jsn. U, IS4.
TREATIES WITH DENMARK AND HAMnnprt
The uadersigned t hereby agree ' that the notices
provw.aior.a the 4th and 6th, Articles of the
Treats aith DenmarV and Hamburg.' .hall b.
f .vea aa fellows: ' "" ' -,-- ' " rv t
I. Wheaevtru person befonging to a Danish
or Hamburg vessel shall be 'arrested V: impriaonsd
on proof, or notification" of beine'a dessrter fmm
such veesel, the' Uanihal "or other" chief officer of
ma roiice, shall notify the same verbally, or if
aecesary, in writing, to the Consul of Tfcnin.rW
Hamburg a, the caw may be, at the time, or be
fore 12 o'clock of the nt day' following iuch ar
rest or imprisonment. . ' - . " 1 ! " ?
2. When any cause of importance in"1k .
subject of Denmark or citizen of Hainburc 'may be
plaintiff or defendant, shall co'me before the Judge
of foreign doeea i Honolulu, or any other port or
town where a Consular Agent of Denmark oAam
burg ahall have been recoinizcM. the 'oMaidin.
Judge ahall, with the least possible delay, commu
nicate knowledge thereof, in writing, to the resident
Consul of Denmark or Hamburgh ks the case may
be." - . ; .
When a subject of Denmark or citizen of
Hamburg, in consequence of police or other oflen-
csa, committed within the jurisdiction' of the Ha-
waiiaa Kmgdom, shall have been arrested or im
prisoned, the Marshal orother chief officer of the
pobce, ahall notify the same verbally, or, if neces-
ssry, in wnting, to the Consul of Denmark or Ham
burg, as the case may be, at the time, or before 12
o'clock of the next day following such arrest or
imprisonment. ' . : ; t , i -
4. In all police, cases of slight importance, where
the penalty is merely correctional and acquiesced
m, without appeal by the party delinquent, it shall
not be necessary to give any notice to the Consul,
whether such party be a subject of Denmark or a
citizen of Hambnrg.
ft. In all ports and places where there may exist
no recognized Consul or Consular Agent of Den
mark or Hamburg, the abore notices shall be dis
psnced with, eicept where the proceedings are
appealed against according to hyr, by any subject
of Denmark or citizen of Hamburg, in which cases,
the local authorities are to report the case to the
Minister of Foreign Relations in Honolulu, and it
shall be incumbent on him, with the least possible
delay, te notify, in writing, the ConsuPef Denmark
or Hambnrg, as the case may be.
6. A copy of thefe practical rules shall be sub
mitted to the governments of Hawaii, Denmark
and Hamburg for their approval, but they shall
take e fleet ad interim in this Kingdom after their
approval by the King.
Done at Honolulu, this 25th day of January, 1848.
R. C. WVLL1E, E. A. SUWERKROP,
Hi Jlaaaiian Majesty's Consul and Plenipoten
Muiiler of Foreign Re- tiary for the Republic
lalionsand Member of ' and" free Hanseatic City
his Council of State, i of Hamburg.
l- S. L. S.
. Palace, January 27, 1848.
BY HIS MAJESTY THE KING.
Charles E. Hitchcock, Esq., Director of
the Government Press, and Editor of the Polynesian
BY THE GOVERNOR OF OAHU.
LP'v V?" v-' "onoMa Circuit Judges.
John Kalili, Koolau, (..-' . ? , ' :
S. Kamaiheekona, District Judge, Waiawa.
J. Kaaukai, do., Honolulu.
M. Honokaepn, do., - do. '
E. Kuhia, do., Waikiki.
Kawana, do ' Kaneohe.
Kalepo, do., Laie.
J. Halali,' do Waialua,
Kaapuiki, do., Waianae.
' BY THE GOVERNOR OF HAWAH.
I W- M'.kni: '",,U Circuit Judges.
Kotona Halai, Hilo, J - ., .
Kapohaku, District Judge, Kailua,
S. Laanui, . do.,
J. W. Kahiona, do.,
John Hoaai, do.,
C. D. Hueu, do.,
Elia Kiha, do.,
N poo poo.
IVr bri Laora Aaa, from Monterry, Messrs. R. C. Jaaion
a4 J. armaa.
Yrr mebauuer Xalolo, from Tahiti, Mr. sad Mrs. i. Paris
as4 Mr. II. atB.
tcr mh.p aMtoa, freoi KealaUakaa Bay, Mrs. Smith.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jaa. IS Eag. brie Laura Aan, Thomas, lf.dajs from
Bamoaa KkoMef Mstola. Parker. 29 day trnm Tahiti.
S'.ta Am. whalrthip 8aratna, Smith, of New Bedford, S7
kwUmmn. 45 sparatihia seasoa.
t:tk ta- scboowT StarliBf, Thorp, 97 days from Bong-
hae. 1 ' " '
Via CWiraa brig Arao, JaniTich, SI days from Mazatlaa.
ta ratacisro. Am. bark Whiton, Cebtoa, sailed Dec.
Sth, fur New York, ia St. Joph, Mavitiaa and South Am.
sons. Am. bark Ta-o, Ubby, sailed for Saa Pedro Iee. 12lh.
Chilrms Shis rmfrdersHoa. Jonas, aailed tor Valparaiso,
lire. Sth. Ilawaiiaa hrf Euraemia, Vioge was lo sail about
Dec. SO, tut CaJlao via ljrward ports. The brij Henry, Kil-
bera, bad mot reluraed lo Columbia Bier as previously aa-
aouncwd, bat was ramed ia the lumber business betweea
Saaia Cras aad Saa Fraacisco.
Moarsacv. The Laura Ana left at Monterey Jaa. 4th, tJ.
ft. 8. n vm, prO ahip Admittance, bark Aagnla, brig
Joha Vaaw. Ms Irk Adbd and Primaera, aaJ riiooner WU-
liaa. Tba Angus was la sail at day for Msiailan and the
Wewsrd aoru, from tseucs lo UU port. The Am. store ship
ChsrWsSrrsrs, 171 days from Norfolk, armed Dec. 16th,
(la aad aa Wioa as disckmr for Ibis port) reports haTing w
riracrd mt weather off Cape Horm. Chilcaa bark Na
talia, bsWw days, had arrived, and was is sail ia a few days
for Maaallaa. f ' - " : ' '
t...ti -The Uawaiiaa bark Don uiinta, henca 83 daya,
t i,ad. aa4 aailad Valpaea- Eagmdi brig Tsgus
bad also arrived. Am bark Georgiaa, Kelly, heec as aays.
arrived, having Isat lors-vopasast In a gala tba secooa nay aw.
The nambarg brig VlgiUala, Eehhardt, was' at TahiU, to sail
M a frw daya foe this port.
Pi.araaThAm.srbooneT fliram, Fteher, went ashore
at I sis tea, where she st.ch last, and was sa a. . "J
ftOS. bewas afterwanlagot olT, and woota oe rep-r.
Captain Fisher had goo borne. ,
' M4Tts.-The V. S. Ships Coagreaa, Indepeadenca and
t..u.M.aalMaaataJa.7U. A merieaa bark Wbiton,
Crano.. from Ssa Frsari bad arrived, discharged cargo,
..a MMd br rovemmem. amenoaa ong
beaot, via Iu Fraacoo, ks arrivad aad sled Jtu. 5th, far
aa Jose aad Cpper Csliforaia.
O- Tba V. B. Ships Dsle aad Southamptos were at Guy
.v. u La Vss aad the Portamoalh si Saa Josa.
A MoatreaLDoane. 4S daya hence, had
, i liUJ woa tAss aad aailoa Aagast t la, lor x.ew ors.
Pat bach a accoaat of ia Uiaesn of w vp ,
aahln Aaselo. Hastings, sailed from
laaw avtot ' s
Ks Vavk aVot td. - - r
i.ji Crosbt. brace, bad not arrived np to pet. Md.
Tfc.ona-U.gcpcricad a lyph-oai. thaChin.
and was ebaged :s pat Is as i
i af dM 9asase Islasds to
rvpasr Sam age.
POLYNESIAN; SATURDAY, JANUARY
--' ' - NEW-CHINA ennni
JUST receired, and for sale, btha su
crvV7.'!:"t? .- E"liah schooner
rTV Master, from Hongkong,
eonsisunj of the following Merchandws. vu: : s. ,
': r.. - 8i!kf faa, 'oife.,-!?
Embroidered Crape Shawls, Orasa eWh kdk&t?-.
Figured Naokia Satins, black Saranott, - 4.U
Black Sinctiews, do. Satins, , ' ?K ! "; '
Figured white, and crimson, Pongee Hdkfs.. -v
'"J1 L7nJi Hdkfa., do. do. red border,-,;
Dark and light blue Nankins, Grass Cloth, '
Assorted Mandarin Caps, Vests. &c,
100 groce Pearl Shirt buttons,
3 dox. rice Paintings, velvet and cloth Slippers,
Black and white leather Shoes.v , , .
ssortmentf Silk, Feather and Glue Fans. j?
Faaey aad Lacquered Ware. ' ' 1
Work Boxes. Card Boxes, Tea Caddies. ' '"i
Tea Poys, Cigar Boxes. Backgammon Boards,
Card Tables, Writing Desks, Flints and Steels,
Punk, setts of Ivory Chessmen,
- Do. Fish Counters, assorted China Plates,
. Do. Cups and Saucers.
:'." Sundries. '' .v. '-'t v
Nests Camphor Chests, 6 each, Fire Crackers,
Bamboo Hats, Rattan Chair?,
25 boxes Sweetmeats, 2 do. Soy,- " "
18 do. Crushed Sugar Candy, 30 bags Psppsr,
8 coils Hemp Cordage, assorted, v. -307
bags fine white Table Rice, - - V .'1
100 boxes fine Ooloong Souchong Tes, 1 .
350,000 No. 3 Manila Cigars.
150 rolls China Matting, ass'd colors,' 4 x 4, 5 4
snd 6x4.' ' .-..il a .
; S. H. WILLIAMS & CO.
Jan. 27. tf.
V ND. for 'gale by the , subscriber, at
1. lowest cash prices, the following assort
4 bales heavy Denims, 10 boxes Arrowroot:
1000 lbs. Island Coffee: 2000 do. do. Sugar:
1 case Mens stout Shoes: 24 pr. do. calf Brogans:
24 pr. do. Morrocco Pumps: English Saddles.
A large assortment of Dry Goods.
20 pes. black Satin: Groceries: . -Hard,
wooden and hollow. Ware: Ass'd Nails:
Blacking: Boots: Ladies' Shoes: Pepper:
Allspice and Cinnamon in bottles: - - ; .
Lemon and Sarsapaiilla Syrups: Rasberry do.
Together with' an assnrtment nf r,nr rinAa
Laces, &c, &c. J.C.SPALDING.
Jan. 29. 5t. .
SHERIFF'S SALE. '
IN virtue of a writ of execution issued by
J. Kaaukai and L. M. Honokaupu. Justices of the
second District of Oahu, upon a judgment against
i-aia, oeienaani in execution, in tavor or Haole,
plaintiirin execution, for twenty-five dollars and a
quarter; costs of court inclusive, together with in
terest, my costs and expenses of levy and adver
tisement, I have levied upon and shall expose for
sale to the highest bidder, on Tuesday the 29th
day of February next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the
house of the said Haole, in the town of Honolulu,
the following property, viz:
1 Horse; 1 Bedstead and bedding,
Unless the said judgment, interest, levy, adver
tisement, and my fees and commissions be previous
ly satisfied. H. SEA, Sheriff.
Honolulu, Jan. 29, 1S48.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
THE A. 1 fast sailing coppered
and copper fastened Chilian brig "AR
GO,"7 tons burthen, 9 years old,
and conoered anew 1 months ain-
Full inventory mar be seen, and . terms made
known upon application to
S. H. WILLIAMS & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 23, 1848. It.
PROPER application having been made
to the undersigned, one of the Judges of Pro
bate for the Hawaiian Islands, by Kaapuiki, for
Probate of the will of Hanaki, of Honolulu, de
ceased; notice is hereby given to all persons whom
it may concern, that the 26th day of February
next, at 9 o'clock A. M., is a day snd hour assign
ed for bearing the proof of said will, and of all ob
jections that may be offered thereto.
WILLIAM L. LEE,
Honolulu, Jan 29, 1848. Judge of Probate.
IfOR sale at the stone Store formerly own
. ed by Messrs. E. & H. Grimes, the following,
being part of the " Don Quixote's" cargo :
100 nests Camphor Trunks, 50 do Chests,
50 pieces figured Camlets, 200 do black Satin,
50 do black Sinshaws, 50 do. do. ass'd colors,
50 do Satin, ass'd colors, 100 do blk. Hdk'fs.
50 do cross barr'd Sarsnets,
50 do blk. Levantines, 50 do stripe do.,
100 do Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs,
50 do cross barr'd do. "
50 do Handkerchiefs, various colors, .
50 do white figured Handkerchiefs,
" 23 splendid Crape Shawls, 50 scarlet do. do.
50 various col'd do., 200 Silk Fans,
5 cases grass Mosquitoc Netting,
1 do green silk do. ' " '
50 lbs. Sewing Silk, ass'd, 200 Silk Umbrellas,
White Grass Cloth, Ivory and Silver Card Cases,
Ivory Card Treas, do. Paper Knives,
Ivory Chessmen, lacquered Tea Caddies,
Lacquered Work Boxes, do. Cabinets,
do Ink Treas, Leather Pillows,
Mahogany Writing Desks, Joss Stick Boxes,
Cigar Boxes, 50 boxes Gunpowder Tea, '
50 tubs Sugar Candy, 100 do. powdered do. '
150 bags White Sugar, 1 picul ea., 150 b?xes do.,
100 boxes best Pinfa Sugar, 1 picul each,
25 cases Preserved Ginger, 40 do. Cumquots, '
25 do Soy, 25 do. Curry Powder, Camphor,
Saltpetre, Sago and Rice. .. . .... nov6. tf.
; HEMP CORDAGE.
I COILS l inch, 1 coil 5 inch, 2 do l,
C 1 do 51 . do 4. do II do 2 do 5,
3 do 2 da 1 do 6 do 1 do 24,
1 do 6 J ' do 3 do 3 ' do,' "
1 do 3 do 2 do 4 do, -3
do 44 do 5 do 41 do,
Coils Marline, coils Houseline, do Spunyarn,
' do Deep Sea Lines, do Handline.
Also 25 coils Manila. For sale by
nvl3. tf. EVERETT & CO.
FOR SALE, .. . ..,.
A handsome sloop of 10 tons bur
then, not yet a year old. She is double
planked, sails fast, and is sn excellent
ul in verv rcsDect.
a . - a rsim-d Whalehoat. schooner riffffed. 7
. ' - J .
tons burthen, carries well, and is in good order.
Terms moderate, apply to , .
Jan. 15-3t. G. M. ROBERTSON.
NOTICE. .. . .., .... ..
mn Shmmasters and others. For sale by
JL the Aeent3 of the Hudson'a Bay Company:"
9 a. jn 1 A J a .L
2 Cabooses, complete lor snips, z uo. ior kuwwis.
An assortment of the best patent Anchors and
Chain Cables, Ship's Pumps, Hawse Pipes,
Artificial Horizons, Spy Glasts, - ' '
Sets of Charts of the China Seas snd Pacific
Occin, &c, &e.. &c : "vt ' . d4.' tf.
STONE AND LIME X -
PERSONS' wishing to build can be supplied
by the undersigned with good building Stona in
any quantity, ith despatch, snd on reasonable
Also for sale,' from five to six hundred barrels of
LinVe SEA & SUMNERS.
Jan8." . -i .. . tu-
Dwelling Houses to let or for Sale.
THE extensive premises now occu-
n T IT I W?tm priMila rsi
fir 1 nied bvAlf. H. " . v oou. ri r""
reof ' , T.C.B.ROOKE.
Janl5. , v - - - ' tu
" v - a CLOCKS. ' - " .
TT700DE?f, Brass, Alarm and Gothic
T Clocks gooa iwno acpen "
g8 each. For sale oy
fcYEBETT dk CO.
vrtit ci AT. 17. .
DLANK BILLS OF EXCHANGE For
D Whakrs aad Msrchants for sals st the Polyne
siaaOnlca ,-' r-mJ
S. H. WILLIAMS dk CO.
. for sale the balance of the Cargo
remaining in store. laudsMi Anm ah in UiiMtnl.
Doawe, Master, fiom tba United States, sdaptsd
oruM iaiuorsia, uragoaand Saadwicb.lslaads
ntraeia, as tollows : ., .
--!. J . A Drr ! oods.
. Bales and cases ass'd br. Sheetings, 281 Sc sOhvU
vricans r ancies; Mexican ilntures;
y Stripes, ass'd; blue and Meech'd Jeans; , ", ,
Lon Cloths; Camlets; bleached Shirting; "'""
j Bleached and blue Drills; blue Plaida;
" Indigo blue Cottons, (best); Canton Flannel; ..
'' Blue and Orange Prints; Check Prints;
. Merrimack do., light colors; Striped Prints, ' ;
Y two colors; Fufoiture do; Merrimack blue do;
..Bleached Dowlas; Blankets Ribbons; . t ; .
'Suspenders; Hosiery; Slop Clothing, ass'd; ,
. Silk and Gingham Umbrellas; Caps, ass'd; .
'. White and blue cotton Thread r Shirts; ; "
; Assortment of Clothing, &c., Slc v ";. -
Naval Stores.- . ... ,
Coils Cordage, from 1 inch to 41 inch;
Copper, from 16 to 28 oz ; Canvas;
- "D'Bruskins" Sail Cloth; heavy snd light Ra
ven's Duck; Leith Canvas, from No. tt to 7;
Composition Nails snd Spikes; Houseline, . .
Marline, &c. Tar; Rosin; Pitch; Sail Twine;
Aa assortment of Ship Chandlery. , "'
. , 'Groceries. " .'
t Fine Cut, Smoking snd Chewing Tobacco;'
. Cavendish Tobacco; best Havana Cigars; '
' American and Cuba (short 6's and long 9) Cigars;
Prime Pork; Navy Mess Beef ; Hams; Cheese;
Cold water, Butter and Graham Crackers;
Ground Rice; Split Peas; Dried Apples;
Cocoa Paste; Maccaroni; Vermicella; Sweet Oil;
Fine table Salt; Mustard; whole and gr'd Pepper;
Cassia; Pimento; Cloves; Nutmegs; Rio Coffee;
Teas; Eng. refined loaf and crushed Sugar;
Preserved Meats and Vegetables; Lemon Syrup;
sS. Madeira and Port Wine; Prunes, in glass Jars;
Bos Rabins, and a great variety of other articles
Morticed Locke with rosewood Knobs, - -Mortice
Latches, Marlinspikes, Boat Nails, ,
Carpenter's Rim Locks.Firmer Gouges & Chisels,
Hhd Can Hooks, bbl do, Boat Hooks, ''
Box Shooks, Shark Hooks, Fish Grains,
-:Table and Tea Spoons, .. ,
Grindstones; Granite Gate, Posts; Hunt's Axes;
Handled Axes; Hatchets; Lead Pipe; Saws;
Deck Lights; Iron Wire; handled Frying Pans;
Hoes; Vices and Anvili; Spades and Shovels; "
Sadirons; Blacksmith's Hammers; Sheet Lead;
. Window Weights; Brads; Navy and Jack Knives;
Clinches and Rivets; Copper Tacks; Iron Pumps;
Tea Kettles; Zinc, Iron Nan's; Blister Steel; ,
Refined round, sq. & flat Iron ; Iron Life Boats.
Medicines, Paints, dec.
Cases Medicines, Medicine Chests, fill'd complete;
Phials; Cologne Water; Rose do.; Castor Oil;
Bitters; Isinglass; Spirits Turpentine;
Boiled Linseed Oil; Venetian Red; Lamp BTack;
French Yellow; Copal and Japan Varnish;
Bright Varnish; Putty; Black Paint; Wht. Lead;
' Whiting; Glue, &c, &c &c.
. Boxes super Window Glass, assorted sizes, viz.,
12 x 15, 12 x 16, 1 1 k 18. 10 k 16. 10 14, 12 x 17
. 1013. 10x15, 9x14, 1014. ,
'' Boots, Shoes, &c.
Cases ass'd Gent's fine calf and pegg'd Shoes;
Ladies' tine Buskins; Gen'.'s fine calf skin sewed,
lined and bound Brogans;
Red, white, kip and black bottom Brogans;
Mens' thick pegg'd Boots; Ladies' bronze Gaiters;
Ladies' kid Buskins; Bunches Shoe Strings;
Mens' calf skin sewed Boots; Womens'gr. Shoes;
Gent's grained pegg'd Boots; fine pegg'd Brogans;
Navy mens" sewed Pumps; ( i ,
Mens lined and bound pegg'd Shoes; '
W omens' kid Slippers; French Sole Leather; '
Sole, Oak Tan and Bellows Leather; - -French
Calf Skin; English Saddles;
Stationery, ass'd, consisting of Ledgers, Journals,
Writing Paper, Pens, Ink, Slc, &c, &c,
.' 1 superior Anchor, 2128 lbs., and li inch Chain
Cables, with shackles complete. :
An assortment of Tin and W ooden W are, Brushes,
Platform Scales, Horse Carts, &c. ' Jan. 1.
.NEW GOODS I
CHARLES BREWER 2 would inform
his friends and the public that he has taken the
store formerly owned by Ladd St Co., fronting the
wbart, where he oners lor sale the balance of mer
chandise remaining on hand, received per late arriv
als from Boston, consisting of
Long Cloths; Grey Shirtings; blue Print?;
Plate and Furniture Prints; Pink shaded Prints;
Blue and Orange Prints, 33 inch; Fancy Caps;
3x4 brown Shirtings; Bales Denims; Br. Drills;
Blue Drills; 34 inch Blue Sheeting; Cot. Flannel;
Bleached Drills; Ticking; Hosiery; ass'd Linen;
Thread; black Taffeta Ribbon; Ind. Rub. Braces;
Knit cotton under Shirts; fancy Linen Drill;
Superior Flannel; white and blue cotton Thread;
Wicking; Umbrellas; Window Weights; Shot;
Double bitted Axes for stone cutting; axe handles;
Curry Cards for horses; Looking Glasses;
Cut Nails, 4d a 40d; Shovels; Rivets, 5d and 6d;
Men's morocco pegg'd strap Shoes ; Leather do;
Infant's Shoes; Kip Boots; Women's Buskins;
Chrome Yellow; Vermillion; Litharge; Putty;
Chrome Green, dry and in oil; Bristol Brick;
Lamp Black; Rotten Stone; White Lead; .
Yellow Ochre; Linseed Oil; Spirits Turpentine;
Neat's Foot Oil; Whiting; Venetian Red; Snuff;
Stone Nappies, a 12 inches; flat and soup Plates;
Stone Mugs; Bowls; Coffee; English Mustard;
Superior and common Tobacco; Rose Water;. .
Sarsaparilla Syrup; Pickles; Tomato Ketchup;
Lemon Syrup; Tapioca; Pepper; Nutmegs;
Mace; Cloves; Table Salt; Dried Apples;
Family Starch; Saleratus; tins superior Cheese;
Ship Tumblers; Brown and Soda Soap;
Refined crushed Sugar, &c, &c, &c
Ir7- The above goods are offered for sale by the
package, piece or dozen. .. nov20. tf.
IN . virtue of a writ of Execution issued by
C. G. Hopkins, Esq., Police Justice of Honolulu,
upon a judgment against Kaainuaa, defendant in
execution, in favor of J. H. Wood, plaintiff in execu
tion, tor $5, 1 have levied upon, and shall expose
for sale to the highest bidder, on Tuesday, the first
day of February, 1848, at 11 o'clock, A. M-, on the
premises ot said Kaatpuaa, nearly opposite me oiu
Cnurt House, the following property, viz : , . -",
One large sized Koa Bedstead, muskctoe curtains,
pula bed, pillows, etc, complete, and one mahoga
ny Bureau, unless toe said judgment, interest, costs
of suit, and my fees and commissions be previously
satisfied. A. fUTl tK, tieputy snerm.
," Dated Honolulu, Dec. 11, 1847. jl. - m
"VTOTICE is hereby given to James Ander-
11 son. Isaac Cromins. Henry Garrison, -John
Smith, John Knight and Joseph Lovell, whose ap
plications lor land, nave been granted on certain
conditions, that their Patents will be delivered to
tbem on anv lawful dav previoss to the First of I
March, next on payment being made of the purchase
price of tbe lands and the fees of patenting. They
are also notified, that, failing to take out their Pa
tents previous to the above date, they will be con
sidered as baring given up their applications, and
the lands will be sold to others.
" By order of the Minister of the Interior.
G. M. ROBERTSON, Chief Clerk. .
Home Office, Honolulu, Jan. 8. 3t. - '-
COURT OF PROBATE. ,
PROPER application having been made to
Waw nnlaxitmia Ataa thaB Illf T ftf Pmhaf A
ja tiro uuuoiotiisu) vuv vi mv -m - -
for the Hawaiian Islands, by James Robinson, Sen.,
D r.k.r4 w iTot, ZnA ini4r.it Anld. of Honolulu, lor
probate of the last will and testament of William
Loe, deceased : Notice is nereoy given 10 an per
sons whom it may concern, that the 12tb dy of
February next, at 9 o'clock, A. M.,' is a dav and
hour assigned for the hearing tbe proof of said will,
and of all objections that mav be offered thereto.
r ... . . mi - . m I Fl
(Signed.) ' ' nauAJi x- tu,
Honolulo, Jan. 15, 1848. ' Judge of Probate.
PER Schooner Honolulu from Boston, a
GOODS, consisting in part of Orange striped Prints:
t ... J "r!.i do: Drills: Blanketsr Broadcloths
..j r.,;- Hardware and litlsrv: neauv
made Cloth Clothing: Flannels: Stationery: Com-
c--l-... ulna Printed do: French China
mum i ww.. - -
Dining Setu: Ship Chaadlery: Groceries, &e-, &e.;
wbica will Moasreo si saw t . r
oct30 tf. ETERF,TT at CO.
; .EVERETT dk CO.
OFFER lor sale the cargo of the ship "Ma
dora,' just reeeivsd from Boston, and sdaptsd
for tba Islands, Oregon and California markets, con
sisting in part aa follows : - '
5 balea Mathqen Ticks, heavy, 8 do. Denlma do.
' C do . do "Duck'; heavy, 3 do. lightDeBims,
1 case Gambroowr, 1 do. Osnaburgs, '
1 do Pantaloon Stuffs, 4 pes. fancy Casaimere,:
' 1 piece blue Broadcloth, 1 do. black Broadcloth,
14 do mixed Satinets, S do. bloe Satinets. -
7 bales British Shirtings 36 &. 40 inch grey,
5 do Globe Drills, 5 cases blue Drills,
. 1 do bleach'd Drills, 1 ease Codington Tweeds,
'4 esses Cotton Thread asa'd whit red & bloc,
; 6 do Demi-fancy, wh't and br. Linens and Drills,
,2-, do Fancy Prints, 1 do. Handkerchiefs, i . .
6 'do' Umbrellas snd Parasols, ...
" Red, Yellow snd Whits Flannels.'. .
Fasbioaable Goods for Ladies, Geat's aad
; Ckildrea. .. .
Lawn Bonnets, in band boxea, White Lace do.'
Straw and Fancy Bonnets, in band boxes," '''
Cotton snd Linen Tape, Spool Cotton, -. . .Z
; Linen Thread. Italian Sewing Silk, Piping Cord,
Lace Caps, Hose, Virginia halfmix'd do. ,
Open work do., whits do., children's do., Sic ,
' Gloves, Pearl Buttons, Elastics, Rosettes,
Hooka snd Eyes,-Veils, Green Barage,
' Smyrna and Cambric Edgings, Insertion do. A .
Lace, Figured Curtain Muslin, Under Sleeves.
French Lace under Handkerchiefs, Dress Caps,
' ' ' do - wronght breakfast Caps, French Collars,
:- Chemisettes, fine Linen Cambric, Scarfs,
Babies Waists and Caps, Lace Buttons, '
Rich Mnslin Dresses, Bonnet Ribboos, Cravats,
Russia Diaper, Cashmere Shawls, Petticoat Robes, ,
Bordered Linen Handkerchiefs, Urea Fans,
' Lace Cardinals, Merino Shawls, fine Flannel,
Boys' Caps, Ladies' and Childrena' Shoes,
: French Satin Slippers, Tabs, superior Brace.,'
Gaiters, Buskins, Navy Caps, Ivory Combs,
Shaving Boxes, Fancy Cravats, Cologne,
And a great variety of other articles.
. . Provisions and Groceries. '
25 bbls. Mess Pork, 44 prime do., 40 do. Pr. Beef,
60 do . do Beef, 12 casks Pilot Bread.
50 do Crushed Sugar, 26 boxes Cocoa Paste,
J Havens, Cavendish and Nectar Leaf Tobacco, '
Nutmegs, Sultana Raisins, Shaving Soap, ,
. Castile and ass'd Soap, Paste Blacking,
' Cotton Twin'?, 1 pipe Figs, Pimento, Peppgr,
Cloves, Mustard, 10 bbls. Vinegar,
.'Split Peas in jugs and barrels, Salt, Saleratus,
. Justo Sans' Cigars, De Moya do., long 9 do.,
Bunch Raisins, Ground Rice in jugs, Prunes,
Cold Water, Butter and Graham Crackers,
" Porter and Ale, superior Olive Oil, Dried Apples,
. 3 bbls. Smoking Tobacco in papers. Pipes,
Sewing Twine, Brooms, Pickles, Capers,
Tpmato and Walnut Catsup, Pepper Sauce,
Lemon, Rasberry and Sarsparilla Syrups,
Stoughton's Elixir, Currant Jelly, Marmalade,
Preserved Quince, Plums, Stewed Venison,
Veal, Mutton, Lobster, Cod, Soup,
Baltimore Oysters, Pulverized Sage, Hams,
Best Family Butter, Seidlitz Powders,
Suporior Pine Apple and English Dairy Cheese, in
Hardware Tools, dec. '
Nails, (ass'd sizes,) Pots, Kettles, See, with
" covers all sizes Bake Pans, Spiders, -
Fry Pans, Tea Kettles, Skillets, Double Jointers,
Fote, Jack and Match Planes, Sash do.
. Skew Rabbett, Hollows and Rounds, &c.
Platform Scales, Counter do.. Axe Hatchets,
. Grindstones, Corn Mills, Wro't Butts, Screws,
Barrel Bolts, Knobs, Scissors, Window Springs,
Patent Hammers, Handsaws, Pumps, Knives,
Axes common and superior. Shovels, Spades,
Sad Irons, Latches, Molasses Gates, Hoes,
. Coffee Mills, Well Wheel, Curtain fixtures,
Dumb Bells, Ploughs, Cultivators, Plough Points,
Ox Yokes, Rakes, Weeder, Mouse and Rat Traps,
Garden Shears. &e.. &c ,
Ship Chandlery, dee.
Turpentine, Tar, Coal do., Rosin, Ash Oars,
Oil cask Shooks, Handspikes, Oakum,
Cedar and Oak Boats, Dory do.. Sheet Lead,
Russia Sail Cloth, heavy Raven's do., ;
Light Raven's Duck, 10 bolts Cotton Duck, Nos.
' - 3, 4, 8 & 9, Copper Bolts, Spikes,'
Composition Spikes, Sheathing Copper, 18 to 29oz
Crockery and Glass Ware.
Cups and Saucers, Plates, Soap do., Truffles, &c.
Tumblers, (two sizes,) Specie Jars. Jugs,
. Castor Bottles, Tinctures , Candle Shades,
Finger Bowls, Lamps, Apothecaries Wars, &c.
. r Paints, Drugs, drc. , '
Pure White Lead, Vellow Ochre, Blk. Paint,
Spirits Turpentine, Chrome Yellow, ,
Ground Verdigris, Blue Paints, Chrome Green,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Mullica, Mercer and Burling
ton Window Glass, &c, &c
Lumber, Carts, Ac.
60,000 feet Pinned Lumber No. 1,200,000 Laths,
' Clap Boards, Ox Carts, Mule do.. Hand do.,'
Harnesses, Wheelbarrows, &c, &c, &c -.
. t Britanuia Ware, dec. .
Hanging, Solar and Astral Lamps, Castors,
: Tea and Coffee Trays, Knives snd Forks,
. Spoons, Spittoons, Bells, Vases, Colognes, "
Molasses Jugs, Wooden and Brass Clocks,
Globe and Signal Lanterns, Tureens, &c.
Furniture. , . , .
Hair Cloth Sofas, Rocking Chairs, Baltimore do.
Cane seat Chairs, Wood do., Childrens do.
' Extension Tables, Office Desks, Secretaries, -Plain
and marble top Bureaus, Commodes,
Card and Centre Tables, Ottomans, MatUasse ,
Rich red Plush Couches and Chairs,
Velocipedes, Antique Washing Stand.'
Peppermint, Cream, Cheekerberry, Barley, Clove,
Sassafras, Cinnamon, Kisses, Almond,
Candies in jars. Also Large Plums, Cloves,
Cassia Buds, Lemon Drops, Gooseberries and
Caraways. . . -
Bowls, Pins, Measures, Buckets, Boxes. Tubs, Sic
oct23. : v tf.
'" SHERIFF'S SALE. .
TN virtue of a writ of Execution issued by
L Charles Gordon Hopkins, Esq., Police Justice of
Honolulu, opon a judgment against William John
son, defendant in execution, in favor of Thomas
Ennes, plaintiff in execution, for $70 62, together
with interest, my costs, and expensea of levy aad
advertisements, I have levied upon, and shall ex
pose for sale to the highest bidder, on Tuesday, the
22d day of February next, at ten o'clock, A. M., at
the wharf lately belonging to Ladd & Co., in the
town of Honr tulu', the following property, viz :
13 sides Sole Leather; 22 Goat Skins; 1 1-2 fides
Kip Leather; 1 side Horse Leather; 11 Calf Skins;
1 Counter, with-Drawers; 13 pair Shoes; 1 pair
Boot Trees and 7 Boot Feet; about 15 pair Shoe
Lasts; 1 Shoemaker's Bench; 1 Lamp; 1 Slate;'!
pair Pincers; 1 Axe, and one keg containing a small
quantity of Oil ;
Unless tbe said judgment, interest, costs of suit,
and my fees snd commissions be previously satisfied.
"i . i If DC. CI 1.1"
Honolulu, January 22, 1848. .
, , ' JUST RECEIVED,, r , -
A ND for sale by the Agent of. the Hud
UL son'a Bay Coropaoy s. .' ? : . - , ,:,
A large assortment oi pars, sail ueei.
Salted Salmon of this season, Sprala in half bar
rels, for family use, fresh Floor.
Lumber, viz.. Oak and Maple Plank snd Boards,
Pine snd Cedar ;.. , . do. do..
Shingles and Rafters. '. . ' ' V d4. tf
PICKLES, SAUCES, Ac.
N hand, and for sale at wholeaaleand re
10 dozen aunerior Pickles, assorted.
Reading's; John Bull's, Lewis's, sad other Sauces
Superior Pimento, Ground Ginger. Sweet Oil,
Rasberry Svrup, Currie Powder, Capers, &c .
Aug. 21 tf, F. RODRIGUEZ VIDA.
THE Subscriber is tbe authorized Attor
ney of Thomas H. 8tsveis, Esq., to arrange
all unsettled business during his sbsence. : :
VAN RENSELi.AtK JMUKU4n. t
dec25. If. U. S. Naval Storekeeper.
niDES. ' -. '-,
KATj SANDWICH ISLAND HIDES
, Japl. If. - -S . S- H. wTLLIAM? X
r. R. VIDA,
SHIP CHANDLER, ha on hand and oC
fers for sale oo naodsrats tsrau, tba folia iej
merchandiaa for ship sad faaaily um :
100 bbla. Bear, SO do. Pork. 10 do. Codfaii,
S.000 Iba. Kics, 10,000 lbs. Bread, 500 baga fVor,
&00 gallons Vinegar. 200 so. Malasacs,
6,000 lbs. Sugar, I.OCO do. Arrowroot.
10 bbls. Beans, 1,000 lbs. Cu. ftO boxes Tea.
10 do. Soy, lOdo. Curria Poadar, 200 Iba. Tapioca,
20 dos. tart Fruits, 70 tins Preserved Meats,
' 16 tins Green Peas, aa asa't of Confoeiioaery, .
20 dos. Pickles, 20 do. Olive Oil, 30 Chsessa, ,
Aa assortment of Spicea and Sautss,
1 20 boxea Raisins, 209 tins Sardines,
1,200 lbs. Tobacco, 30 groea Pipes. -'
10,000 Rsgalna Cigars, 40,000 Harass do.. -10,000
No. 3 Manila do., SO cases Botdeaua V ins,
' 10 cases Orgeat, 300 gallons Sperm Oil,
' 200 gallons Whale Oil, 100 gallons Paint do., .'
" 100 gallons Spirits Tarpaulins, 1M lbs. Putty, -.60
kegs Paint, different colors. Handspikes,
6,000 lbs. Cordage all Jjjzss. Chain Cables,
"Anchors, Blocks, 500 Iron Poles. Ptlcb, Tar, .
Rosin, Thermometers, 2 Copper Coolvra.
Firewood. 50,000 A. Lumber, Cutting Falls,
' 100 bolts Canvas. Nos. 1 ta 5, Marlins, '
r Caulking Irons, Signal Haul)-aids, paint Brushes,
.. 500 yard Bunting, hits, blue and red.
23 reams Sand Paper, 40 boxes Speim Candles,
, 20 dozen Blacking, kegs Nails, a rough! and cut,
' 10 dox. ship Scrapers, 400 lbs. Saleratus,
2,000 cakes California Soap, 50 boxes brow a do.,
. 10 boxes white Soap. Baks Pans. M lk do..
Tin Pots, 200 Iron Pots, pelr and brass Corks,
Padlocks, Cork Screws, tea and table Spoons,
Soup Ladles, Tin Lamps, Glass do , Filtsrcrs,
Plates, Bowls, Cups and Saucers, TmJer Boxea,
Britannia Metal Tea and Coffee Pots,
Sewing and packing Tw ine, camphor Ttonk.
Camphor Chests, 1,000 barrels saipty Casks,
1C0 paira China Slipper?, 50 doz. atriped flnt,
10 doz. Guernsey Frocks, 8 do. Flannel Drawers,
5 dox. Cloth Caps, 4 do. White Shirts,
, 10 dos. Woolen Socks and Stocking", 5 do. Mais,
20 ps. blk. silk Handkerchiefs, 20 do. red do.,
20 Maftrares, 100 lbs. Wicking, 1 dos. Gridirons,
60 doz. Till Locks, 5 dox. Raspberry f vrvp,
8,000 mat Bags, 5 doz. Sites Brorhcs, Razors,.
Dressing Cases, Writing Desks, &e.
Glengary Caps, glated do., Nautiral Almanars,
5 dos. Capsules. 100 cot too Urabrallas, '
10 doz wooden Chairs, 10 rolls China Matting,
N. B. Wanted Bills of Exchange on the t'misd
States, England and France. . angZftlf.
300 "REWARD! '
TAIES F. LEWIS absconded froinllnno
J lulu, on Friday, Dee. 17, 1847, taking with Liui
about 89,000 in gold and silver, aad ens BUI of Ex
change, dated Honolulu, Dee. 17, 1847, drawn by
Henry Champlin, Matter of ship Henry Tuks, n
Burr & Smith, of Warren, R. I., for between 600
and 900 dollars. Said exchange was t'rawa iu a set
of 1st , 2d, 3d snd 4tlw ..
Said LEWIS is a man about 35 years of age, daik
swarthy complexion, blark eyes and hair, romaa
nose, stout, well built, snd about 6 feet tall. Ho is
sn American by birth, and formerly resided si Anv.
tterdam, about 17 miles west of Sihcnactady, N. Y.,
on the Erie Canat. He wore small gold ear-ntits in
both ears when he left, lis left in the ship HEN
RY TUKE, Capt. Champlin, of Warren, R. I., and
is supposed to be connected with a Mr. William H.
Hardick, who went passenger in the same esse I. '
All persona rre cautioned againrt negotiating
said Bill of Exchange; also a receipt gieibv
Capt. Champlin and made payable lo lbs a foresaid
W. H. Hardick, dated Honolulu, 16th Dee., 147,
for 0300. ...
Tbe subscriber will pay lbs above rowatd for the
apprehension and conviction of the said James F.
Lewis and the recovery of the propriv aforesaid.
' JOSEPH BOOTH.
Honolulu, Dec 25, 1847. .
c. w. vucEvr
HAS on hand and offers fr sale, on'rea
sonable terms, a large assort mo at of Lumbal
and Building Materials, consisting m part of
140,000 feet superior Astoria Pioa Timber,
Square timber 66, 4t9, 4x8. 3i9 and StSf
Jou.1. 3x6 ,3x3, 3x4, 3i; Plank, 1-4 la 2 iach4
, 20,000 feet American Pine Boards, I imh;
3,000 feet Koa Lumber, California Board,
3.000 superior American Pins Clapboards,
40,000 superior Shingles ; 20,000 Am. Lath, Jtsv
20 kegs wr't Spikes and "ails. Am. Cat Nads;
. 2000 lbs. Saab Weights, 120 Iba. do. Liae. 4
. ' Assorted Brass and Iron Butts snd Hmg,
knuckle joint do.. Brass door Locks, i to t Inch,
Mortice snd closet Icks, assorted Pad Locks,1
EscuK heon and thumb Latches, mortice do., .
Round and square Bolts, assorted sues;
Sash Pullies, Fastenings, and Springs,
Brass door Finger Plates, Hooks and Staples,
- Haspa and Staples, loo, 000 ass'd Wood Screws, '
. 200,000 assorted Iron Tacks, 100.000 da. Brads,
.Brass Table Castora. 40 boxes Wmdsw 4Us, .
4 setts bright Corfin Furni'.ars, Blinds, ?ah.
Blind Hangings and Fastenings, lie. tnjtt't
ISRAEL II. MTRIGIIT, -
PAINTER AND GLAZIER, olTert for
' sale on reasonable terms a general assortment
of Paints and Oils, consisting of
White Lead, Venetian Red, Prussian Bloe ;
Terra de Sit-nno, assorted Grarn Paints; '
Chrome Vellow, Whitinir, Vellw Oikrt ;
Spanish Brown, Lamp Black, in kegsaod pa pais.
Spirits Turpentine, Linseed Oil, Copal Varnsb ;
Gum Copal. Gold and Silver Leaf, Brosne
Paint, Sash and Tar Brushes, Pumiesj SUtona )
Sand Paper, Window Glas, rutty, &c., 5.e.
House, Sign. Coach. Ship and Ornamental
Painting executed with neatness, and despatch,
my! - , . lo
TV A L DO 4k CO.
OFFER fur sale the following articles' of
. Hemp and Manila rope, rutting falls, lowline.
Blocks, handspikes, blubber honka, ftn chains,
'-Canvas No. 1 to S, standing titrtint.
Black, green and red paint, ana Wad,
Spirits turpentine, paint oil, wkeie oil, elite oil. i
Winchester's No. 1 yellow nnan, California
American beef and pork, rVed beef, flour,
Coflee, sugar, atolaseea, (nrkUs In bla. and bo.
Hoop iron, tea kettles, aaorapasjs, trb yam.
. Blue cloth caps, fell bals,tot'uasid aslk WMsbrallas
Crape shawbi, China aalm aprnaa, CUrst n.
-1to 1 Anchor, weighinj 1300 lbs, snd lt
fore top-mast staysa it .v asyltf
1 f JJJ 1 poand rolls. Also, 3 casks Lisno joire,
2 cases American Saddlery. Carpet bags, ite. I
dozen portable I urnaces, new psttrrna.
F. RODRIGUEZ T1D4.
i , . OREGON PRODUCE.
TUST. received per bark TOULON"
1 from Columbia Rsr, and for sale aa liberal
terms by the subscribers :
41,000 fast psd Lumber, sssortad sires. -'
850 bbls. fresh Flour, 42 uV Sshad IW.
16.C00 Shingles. 8. 11. ILLIAM3 L CO.
IIOCHE TO LET.
4 THE House owned by J. Tiiko,, au.
'" - lately ocenpied by tla subset iber,Xfit a mt g
two pleasant rooms, with Kit ben, fee, sai'shW a,,
a small mntdy. ., Apply to g-
.,un!9tf. . 4 JOHN J.CARANAVE.
.-'. ; FOR HALE " ' -
BY the Ast of the Hudron'a Fa Cv
pany, a general assortmsnt f Goods, beuasea
Naval Stores, Statioasry, Snom, Boards, PUok sad
Also Beef, Pork, Flour, Saliaoa, aad Cstlsr of
superior quaiity. tf act t.
A GOOD Sign and Ornamental Faster.
A. of steady buhits, to whom constant np!v.
ment and liberal wages will be given, aa afrli-tea
to : - - v i. H. wuit.nr.
TO LET, . .
fPHE Rooms over the Store of tbe anbacrib
JL er. Apply to ", -
dec23.tr. , , J. C. PA1 DING
" FOR MALE. : ' '
BOUND VOLS. DF THE POLT.nI A
for the last three ywars. For tsla at tk (Vfilco
Prks . S.oe rae volossa ' ' ,n -