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tJr t ntraci tbo follow ing from the 'Illus-
rtinl lAMtin eva' 01 .-iiarrn -tin, wniru p
fknoMr u blijrations to 'Hayden's
p,rti.ii,7 or of char
,aii The olmosiou ordinances regarding
. lrfr.. aixl re-conatmctioo of the Chamber of
Vptir. Jv 26.
KrlutiHiriniWl July 27.
C,;rtKliu Pn hrtvteen the populace (ul
uni' a!"' National Cuard) ami the
ih r nnninue three clava till July 30.
I 'baric retires) to Kamttouillet; flight of
Vmi.trv July 30.
IV )iuke of Orleans (Louis Philippe I.) ac
,,i.ilif'nitii Aug. 9.
( (,,rl. . retires to England Aug. 17.
Polirnae an J other late Minister are found
,1m. atJ sentenced to periw-tual imprisonment
,,,jj.M. Caimir Perier introduces; the pro
of law for the atiolitioa of the hereditary
i UIuhi decreed by Uth Chambers; that
J i IVers (3t rew Peer Iwing created) con
ferring ly a majority of 103 to 70 Dec. 27.
!:. NspoleW aon, the Duke of Reich
,4i, f.Hiw riy the king of Uome.riie atSctxrn-j,-Mnn.
in Autna, July 4L
C'brl- V. leave Holy rood-house for the
t'fK'Mwnt Scot. IS.
Xiiiftry of Marhal Siult, Duke of Dalma
ta tv-t. II.
lait .Itrrgeron and Benoit tried for an at-
.nii4 on the life of Louia Philippe; acquitted by
k, ijrv March II.
J. . t . i ti ; t. - -
I be iucnr up irm, po nil nt-n ueiivrr-
4 of a ft-male child, and asserts her norrrt ninr
H,fr with an Italian nobleman, ia aetitofTto Pa
r.mt June 9.
st. M. Burrinne, author of Memoirs of'
iiKlrHi,dies mad at V.mru Feb. 7.
Mt.aiU-rrl takes office in the Ministry
lti. M. Dupuytrett diea, Feb. H.
)ar Hrmbe, MinUter, March 14.
t'ir-Bi' atteml nn the life of the King, by
frjii the ififrrnal marhine, July t.
lui Alilaol Area at the King on bis
i irorti thf Tuilleriee June 25.
r it fuillotmed July II.
M.sftry of Count Mole, who displaces M.
Th.rr. Vfit. 7.
pnrx-e !'lirnac art at blierty from the prison
, Hon. and sttit out of France with other ex-
. - J.
XirofiM-r nrew at tb King mi hia way to open j
i be t rrnrh t h.tmU-r lec. 37. j
. Ts'lcjrarKl dies May 17.
Mrhil Nult appears at the coronet ion of
the iiiren f F.ngLtnd, as Sttrcial Ainltas4ador
frmii France, Jane "M.
VHirtu from London of Marshal Soult Ju
' 11f. IVath of the Duchess of Wurtem
bua'h. dauehtrr of I.mii Philippe, and who ex
r Itrti in M-ulpture Jan. 1.
IV M. I'liiers tak-s the Presidency of For
1 1 if4irs Msrrb 1.
I he French Chainliers decree the removal of
tashrof Najmleon from St. Helena to France
lirrnl of Prine Inuis Napoleon, General
M'Hiiholon, and W followers, at Vittieroux, near
B..ltirw (afterwards triel, and the Prince im
lirirl) Aug. 6.
lUmie hm at the King Oct. 15.
M. tuit Iw-comea Minister of Foreign Af
fir. 1M. i
Tb- shes of Napdeon are deposited in the
Hutrl ties Invalides Dee. IS.
Pruit-rt of law for an extraordinary credit of
lio.oiai.rto of franc, for erecting the fortifica
ti of Paris Dre. IS.
s 1'be Chamler of Deputies fix the du
ration of com right to 30 years alter the author's
drub Mrt h'..
iatue nf NaNbin, of lironze, flacel on the
column of the. G ramie Armee, Boulogne, Au
Attrmjit to aasinate the Duke nf Aumale,
on of Ntuis Pliilititie. on his return from Africa
The Duke of Orleans, heir to the
Frmrh throne, killed by a fall from hia car
riafe July IS.
ltJ. The regency bill, appointing the Duke
le Nemours r-g"tit in the event of the death of
I.oui Philippe, during the tiioority of the infant
hrir, hi ,f the Duke of Orleans ug. 20.
'iit of the tjuren f F.ngland to the French
Kotal familv at Ifie Chateau d'Ku from Scp
lefnltrr S to 7.
IslL Mr. Pritrhard.ex-Consul of Great Brit
ain, srird an-l tlaced in confioement by the
Krt-rx h aulknrilir at Otaheite March S.
Df-aib of Charles Itkte, the banker May 2C.
The Duke of Angoulrme dica at Goritz. On
lesruingtbis etent the Duke of Bordeaux ad
drers a circular to the Courts of Eurojie, de
claring tast although he does not mean to relin
oia lis claims to the crown of France, he only
ifc to exercise bis rights, w ben Providence,
bis conrrtioa, shall eumrnon bun to b real
h uefal to France, ami in the menow bi'e adopts
toe inle of Comte de ( hamltord June 3.
Tsiigiers borrlardel Aug. 6.
Tae httle of llv Aug 1 4.
Mojidor bn'nbarel and taken Aug. 15.
Ps- concluded Iwtween France and Moroc-
Kart;-titn of Mogador by the French Sep
Atifwty to all political ofTendcrs whrseaen
trv, profHMjnced previously to tbia year, were
tt.ire befvr the 1st of January, IS47 Octo
Iauis Philippw lands at Portsmouth for the
pan. of wituig hrr Majesty Queen Victoria
st WioiUtr Castla Oct. 7.
Return u( !Kiis Phibpx to France from the
t of Dover (M. 1 4.
IMS. The vole of 14,150,000 francs for the
fctitirati'Hi tf Paris carried in ihe Chamler
of Deputies, by a msjority of 227 to 144 May 7.
New rtMiveniKMi ignrni lirtween France and
tulsnj forth suppression of the Slave Trade
U'.him Pacha, aon of the Pacha of Egypt,
! France Nov. 27.
Is IV. ore INiis Nawleon noonaparte
-s-s fro?N lie "atle ot I lam, in Normandy,
mm s workman .iaj i
" ihiftaa parte, Count ot i. ieon, ii"i'
IsfMUoiL.dMNl of apoplexy at Igborn.
s.M jesrsofafe July l
AaatteUmaileositbelifeof Ixuis Fhil--pe
hy Krt.ru who fires two pitol slmts
at if Kmj , ,r tutduig with his family in
he tlcor.r fcf tbe Tuderiea to hrarthe nncerts
nll; g.ten during tbe JrU$ of July, July 29.
Tha Nirrat sf the Dake of Iontpensier
witbthefnfaiKa Ioai Maria of Spain ia for
nally aabvaored to tha Siwaisli Cortes Septem
ber 1 1
I'ornwl Protest aga'mt tbe marriage of the
""e d Mooipensier and the Infanta Iouisa
Mana male by tha Fglish government Sep
Tbe marriage of tbe Iuke of Montpensier
4 lbs Infanta Louisa Maria taEee 4ace at the
w time as the pat of the tjoern of Spain
(b rreayeseo d'Assis Hui of Cadit, in the
rtlr , Madrid fW-L 10.
The Duka of Bordeaux marries the Arch
lbe,s Maria Theresa of Modcaa, 1 Bruck,
IM7. IXe.tb of Prince Julea de Polignae,
m MioiMer of Charles X. in 1830, at St.
('ermiaeN.jra March 3.
Tbe Pre orb destroy five eorvettea belonging
? h Csw-fcia Chinese, and ailem e tbe forts in
TariMig By, f, tk mirpose of avenging the
tr.i . : . t L. : :
-'tniT!liriWTirsrq tj IBS I rrws bhwivii
latiution of leaal nroeeedina-s bv the Procu-
Miewal againt M. Teate, ex-minister of
PuWie Works, awl President of the Court of
faaiios); Grnerrl Cubw.rea. ex-minister of
" r J aod M. Parmentier, Dirtctor-io-Chief of
Mil miix company, forthe.le .mlpucck.re
of.f?vernment influence May 3.
. amuasMuora or France, Spain, Enelan
The Chamber of Denutiea
ecunon of M Emile e Girardin one of their
Mjrmberi and editor of the Presse, by the Cham
lerorPeer forrtatin?inhi journal that the
ministry of M (Juizot had aold or offered peer
ajrea for aale, June 1 5. r
ThetriaU of IVste, tbe General Cubieres,
1 ellaprat and Parmentier commence in the Pal
are or the I .usembourjt, Ufore the Peers July 8.
lleath of Marshal Oudinot, Duke of Reggio
at Pari, in his 91st year Sept. IS.
The Duke of Aumale is appointed Governor
ueneral of Algeria in the room of Marshal Bu
geaud Sent. 17.
.larattal oult ia named Marshal General of
r ranee, ana succeeded by Guizot as President
oi me council or ministers Sept. 26.
Prince Jerome Bonaparte returns, by
luc guvrrnnieni io raris. alter an
exile of thirty-two years Oct. 10.
1U49. The Reform Banquets are prohibited
by the ministry Feb. 21.
Resignation of the Guizot ministry Feb. 22.
Ahdtcatian of Louis Philippe Feb. 24.
Provisional government is installed Feb. 24.
Formal Proclamation of a Republic in the
PI... J. II. . : II I .V- ' - n
m 1 am i . k . -
r ,Bniiuc, i.y tue memoers ot tne rrovis-
tonal Government t eb. 27,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
1 be following information respecting the
coast of Lower California, derived from Purser
Christian of the U. S. ship Cyane, is communi
cated by James J. Jarves, Esq., formerly editor
of the Polynesian
On most of the charts the coast of Lower Cal
ifornia is placed 30 miles too far to the west,
w hile on others it is in the opposite error. The
outline of the coast is imperfectly given, panic
ularly in the neighborhood of Marguirite Bay.
The north point makes out to the distance of
about SO miles, being as near as could be ascer
tained in 4 deg. 40 min. north lat. To the east
and northeast the coast forms an open bay, off)
w hich lie two inlands not laid down on tbe charts
with a low sandy beach, outside of which the
brcakt-rs make for more than a league. Inside
is a deep lagoon connecting with Marguirite Bay,
and having two mouths about 20 miles apart, to
wards which the tide sets with great force. A
vessel bound down the coast, unaware of the
true position of this point, is liable to be set by
the flood tide into one or the other of these
mouths, as the land is too low to be seen far.
The Hope, Capt. Heath, was wrecked at the
easternmost entrance., and the Com. Stockton,
oung. at the westernmost.
Come at last. We have received via Val
paraiso a file of the New York Herald of the
8th January. It is filled with interesting matter
inot of which has been anticipated.
Tbe Montreal, Doane, hence, via Chittf, ar
rived at New York Jan. 3d. The Xylon, Mil
linston, from Manil same date.
We have alo received Nos. of the Neighbor
for March awl April. When shall we have
regular mail ?
. Mar. IT.Orreon City, - - Mnv
... Mr. ItU alHcrnia, - - - June
. . . Mar. 15 'Manilas, - - - May
. - - Ap-il I Tahiti, --- - June
- - - May 1 Prill. May
l'w. - -Washing
Sile, - -
rVr mm from fas Franc ir I.. C. Cray, atperrano.
trr F.a(le trnrn ;uayaiUil. E. rnaniazham, aupercargo.
I'rr Mar frm ftia Fraoriaco, J. Bahrork.
frr Mary from Bratoa, Cspt. Bei j. F. Snow, lady and
PORT OF HONOLULU.
jnM IT anwTK-aa mrrrh.nl b'k Mapr, Knox, 1?0 dav
r ...k to 8. II. illiama & Co.
17 llawaiiaa arht Loam, Meuura, 17 days from Saa Fran
ctarn. to t tM '
Iri Fr fnair P-irnivate, 6 euna
, Rear Admiral Trom-
isl-llawuma arhr Mary, Belrhajn, 22 days from Sas Fran
19-tmrrtraa brif Fale, LoretU from Goaj aquil-mdae lo
- .11 M. I'm
Frmr koeaalineCourrirr .!e alparaio. Ha!!, U d
from ( art.tn.aa Maud bMm.ii In J. J. CaranaTe.
tWBnli.li bark Paralalia, Bloomdeld. day. from alpa-
raUn min t ftarkry, Jasioa to. ana ouicm
h.Ddna bark Prim- Meahikon-, Undrnberr, tor fttk.
2 Aawriraabrif Taste, l-ovett. lor .Wanna.
22-Aaimr.a brif Lia Perry. Eattbsm, lor Pan Franciaco.
Wacrasv. Tke California Star of May 2Tlh says tbe H. B.
Co. (Fni ) bark Vancouver, Molt, hence, waa wrecked at the
nMth of the Columbia Ei rr oa Oih of May, vtsael and carjo
a total Inas. Tfc vessel, we nderetaad, waa Insured in I.oo
dne. Tke Vancouver had on boards valuable cargo at the
t.mr, although it is supposed he had previously landed a por
tion of her oriBioal English cargo at Fort Victoria. There
stas as lasirance os the cargo.
Tbe bark Mary, direct from Bastouxhas beaiea "rry thing
is met trip. The Mindoro, la which we were one of the auffer
rr.hasbemfor borne tha palm, having been 172 day. di
rect, bat sb hasbeea distanced by the Mary 8 days, she hv
ing bees )M days direct.
The store ship MaiiWa arrived st Monterey oa the 17th of
May to discharge and sail for China touching at thia port.
The brig J. It (formerly Ontario) arrived at San Fran
rnKO M.y Sd, 4fi days from V.lparaiao, with aa assorted cargo
. Tbe bark Olga arrived at Sa Francisco, April 29th. 129 days
rrm Bust os .ad sailed the 28th for the leeward porta.
The bsrk Natalia arrived at 6aa Francisco April 17lh from
Macallan, and sailed May 12lh for Santa Cnu-
The brig Henry arriTed at Saa Francisco from Oregon April
ItihJn. aail-d I for Mssa.Uui oa tbe fist wuh government
"'tH bri Ksbins arrived at San Francisco March 16, 168
sport Anita ari..d at Baa Francisco from Or-
The C. H trans;
eon April 27th- . . Francisco March
Tbe brig riecn. .-. reported to
it tor this port about the I of Jena.
and ssiled roc isjomcrry
TUST received per brig 'EAGLE' from
J China via South America:
Souchong, Congo, auper Oolong and Hyson Sk.o
Rroarn Cloth: printed Cushion Covers,
JStaia c!i; Yellow Nankins; Fishing Line. ;
. xSooVi I Jolor. O.pe Shawls; sleeping mats;
Glass Be.ds and Fancy Ornaments;
Lackered Wareronsistin of Chessboards Deshs,
Tea Pova, Waiters, Cigar and paper Boxes,
Cot.In and Or'assCord; whtand blk Shoes;
Barrels of Pickled Salmon;
A ISih -F'H1LUA1I8 C0.
Honolulu. June 24th. 1848. tf
JUST opened and for sale by tbe subscri-
1 Muslins, comprising 30 piece. D-" Check;
49 pieces -4 embroidered Book Muslin Dresses,
20 pieces Bishops Lawn;
0 piece. 4U4 embroidered M-.hr.
Honolulu. June 24. 1848. tf
rvAPTAW RENJ. V. SNOW is admitted
J a Partner in our House, hk interwt and respon-
atbility eotntoancing .Mhj. togfa fc CQ
Honolulu. June IT. 1848. je 24 tf.
POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1848.
flobUsIjtii bp. aatljoritn.
iDEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Bureau of 1
Notice is here by given that a limited number of Licen-
ses to Retail Spirituous Liquors in the town of Honolu
lu, for the year commei.cin? July tat, 1848. will be offer
ed for sale at public auction ly Mr. F. W. Thompson, at
nis Auction Koom, on Wednesday the 28lh iusu, at 12
No license will be granted to be used in any house
situated nearer to the new Theatre, than is the present
By order of the Minister of the Interior.
G. M. ROBERTSON, Chief Clerk.
Home Office, June 17, 1848.
LT The undersigned will receive
parties, who call on
business, at the Foreien Office, every lawful day, between
the hours of 11 A. M. and 3 P. M-, sul.j?ct only to
uuaniTs vl iii-nraiia, Dence on tne King s oust
nek or other inevitable emergencies of his Depnnment.
v .. K. C. WVLLIE. -
Foreiffn Office, May 20. 1848.
G. W. PUNCH ARD St CO.
HAVE constantly on hand and offer for
sale atwhoelsale and retail on moderate tirnu.
the following articles of merchandise :
Superior Sngar, different qualities. Syrup,
150 casks Molasses, 10,000 lbs Kauai Coffee,
60 casks Vinegar, American Hams, do. Cheese,
Pine Apple Cheese, Am. Pickles, 8 cases Brogana,
100 coils Russia Cordage, assorted sizes,
155 Manila do. do.
10 " " Towline, 10 coils hemp do.,
Oars, ass'd sizes, 20 bbls. raw Tar,
10 bbls. Coal Tar, 4 do. Varnish,
White, black, yellow and red Paints,
Linseed Oil and Spirits Turpentine, Marline,
Oakum, wrought and cut Nails, Axes, Hatchets,
Table Cutlery, Crockery, Glassware, &c.
American Pine Lumber, and a ceneral assortment
ot Merchandise. tuneS. istf.
T)ER bark "Samoset" and for sale by the
. subscribers, an assortmeut ot Dry Goods, Crock,
ry, Tin Ware, &c. consisting of
a cases Gambroons, 3 bales striped fehirtings.
5 bales Methuen Dentins, 1 case mii'd Satinetts,
1 case cotton Hdkfs, 12 pes cotton Carpeting,
3 pes plain Cassimeres, 6 pes Weltch Twills.
Dinner and Tea Setts, different patterns.
Ewers and Basins, Soap and Brush Travs,
Covered Chambers, Cups and Saucers, Bowls,
Covered Jugs, Porter Mugs, Sugar's, Plates,
Dishes. 10 12 14 and 16 inch, Soup Plates,
Nappies 9 and 10 inch.
12 doz 6 quart Tin Pans, 12 doz 4 quart do do.,
25 doz sailors Pots, 20 doz pint Cups,
6 doz Coffee Pots, 4 doz Tea Pots.
Double and single Blocks, cogged, of all sizes,
Sheives, single Pins, Hanks, Mast Hoops,
Belaying Pins, Hand Pumps, Hickory Fids,
Clothes Pins, Wooden Bowls, &c. &c.
mh 4 tf EVERETT & CO.
J. II. WOOD,
GRATEFUL for the liberal
patronage of this community, would
inform his friends and the public that
he has on hand a large supply otsu
perior stock for Boots and Shoes, which he will be
happy to make up, during the leisure season, to suit
the wants of his customers.
He would also take this opportunity to inform tbe
. .i - 1 t . C L ... L. U .
public that ne manes use oi none uui mo ui ma
terial, and employs no workmen but those who are
masters of their business ; which, with long expe
rience, enables him to warrant bis work superior to
sny in the place ; and by strict attention to busi
ness, hones to merit a continuance ol past lavors.
B. A good assortment of ready made Boots
and Shoes constantly on hand. junea. isim
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing
L between the undersigned, under the style of
DREW & CO., is this day dissolved by mutual con
All net-sons having demands against the said firm
are requested to present the same to either of the
subscribers, on or before the 1st day of July next;
and all persons indebted to the firm are requested to
make immediate payment.
DANIEL P. TRUE,
Honolulu, June 16. 174wis.
. NOTICE. .
fpHE Subscriber being about to close his
L business as Hotel-keeper, hereby gives notice to
all persons that are indebted to him to call and set
tle their accounts, on or before the 20th of July
next; and all persons having any demands against
him are requested to present the same for settle
ment. PIERRE LE GUEVEL.
Honolulu, June 17, 1848. tf.
TIE subscriber being about to leave this
Kingdom for a short time, gives notice thst
Victualling Establishment heretofore conducted un
der the firm of NUTTER & CO., will ba carried on
by Thomas Little during his absence, who is hereby
authorized to collect all debts, and will pay all de
mands against said firm.
m NOAH NUTTEtt.
for Nutter & Co.
Honolulu, June 24th, 1848. 3t
THE schr. 'ARIEL, recently
from Valparaiso. Said vessel was
built at Raitea of Tomano wood, so
well known for strength and durabili
ty is only two years old, and measures nearly 30
tons. For particulars, enquire of Capt. Jeffray, or
STARKEY, JANI0N & CO.
Honolulu, June 24, 1848. It
AUCTION NOTICE I
ON SATURDAY, July 1st, at 10 o'clock,
A. M., at the French Hotel, will be aold at public
auction the following articles, viz :
Furniture, Crockery and Glassware,
Cooking utensils. Billiard Tables and Cues,
Lot of Liquors, &c, &c, &.C
jr-T Terms at safe.
jonlT. F. W. THOMPSON, Auct'r.
LAND FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THE subscriber offers to sell or to let for
a term of years, a lot of land adjoining the new
Theatre lot, measuring about 120 by 60 feet. Terms
most liberal as to price and time of payment,
ie 24 tf. WM. PAT V.
THE Lease of Land, (lGyears to run) and
Store thereon, occupied as an Auction Room
by F. W. Thompson. Possession given 1st Sept.
next. Apply to
ie24tf. S. H. wauAMs ot
HAWAIIAN THEATRE STOCK.
FDR sale low, by a person about leaving
the islands, one share in the new Theatre, on
hich tbe assessment of thirty dollars nas peen paiu.
Apply at the office of tbe Polynesian. jun!73t.
T)ER 'MARY' at the Brick Shoe Store,
r r i r- If IIaai. AIsa sn-
I :nt stinerior r rencu t
amelled and Morocco Dancing Pumps.
Honolulu, June 24, 1848 zw
TUST received, and for sale by the sul-
J scribers, 20,000 lbs. uentrai America ..c,
20.000 lbs. Manila do., ol "Pl"0!"""'. ro
juoel7. tf. EVERETT & CU.
T7RENCH Government Bills, 5000 francs,
V For sale by
ie 24 tf. S. H. WILLIAMS & CO.
TTOLOA Sugar 5800 bags assorted qual-
JrJSf 'WILLIAM LADDs Agent
"VTOW LANDING, ex. bark "MARY,"
i l Kirox. Master, from Boston, and for sale by
the subscribers, a cargo of assorted English, French
and American MERCHANDISE, expressly select
ed for the Sandwich Islands, California and Oregon
markets, as follows, viz :
Cases 40 pes each, blue milled baize Shirts,
Gold end Long Cloths, 30 and 35 inch,
9-8 muslin regatta and atriped cotton Shirts,
Blue serge Shirts, mens spotted wool Frocks,
White yarn Pantaloons, plain Navy blue Frocks,
Grey lambs' wool half Hose, cloth Jackets,
Striped woolen Mittens, blue Flushing Trowsers,
Blue Flushing pea and monkey Jackets,
White woolen Drawers, rig'd dice check Muslin,
6x4 bishops Lawn, 4x4 twilled cotton Ties,
5x4 embroidered book muslin Dresses.Pantalonns,
6x4 blue,wbt,and orange cotton Bandanna Hdkfs,
Red, white and yellow do do, printed Furnitures,
Orange, black and white Bandanna Hdkfs.
9x8 picture Bandanna do, 4x4 Irish Linen, Vesta,
Gent's Longclot h Shirts. (lin. collars, bosoms.&c. )
Figured Vestings.blk ground.dark col. Moleskins,
3x4 mixed cotton Gambroons, ass'd linen Thread,
Black, mazarine, mulberry dark olive Merino,
Fancy mixed Doeskins, Suspenders,
6x4, 7x4 and 8x4 cashmere Shawls, assorted,
"Brooks's" white and colored spool Cotton,
Tape, ass'd, mens' and boys' cloth Caps, ass'd,
An assortment of Hosiery and Gloves, Combs,
Broadcloth, Frock and Overcoats, check Muslin,
Tweed sack Overcoats, imitation Madras Hdkfs,
White Kersey trowsers and monkey Jackets,
White and spotted wool Frocks, toilett Glasses.
Brown and bleached linen Drills, straw Bonnets,
Cotton and worsted table Covers. Flannel, ass'd,
Damask table Cloths and Napkins, Velvet Caps,
Linen Sheeting and Dowlas, French pink Prints,
Bishops and Ratnsook Lawn, cambric Hdkfs,
"Marshall" and "Thorp's" Thread, assorted,
Parasols and Umbrellas, assorted Sun Shades,
Black ailk taffeta Cravata, 34 in. Ribbons, ass'd,
Turkey red Indiannes, French Prints, ass'd, &c
Coral Axes, ass'd, Axe Hatches, house Adzes,
Broad, shingling and lathing do, coffee Mills,
Hunt's" Axes and hatches, house Adzes, Brads,
Ships Axes and Adzes, portable Grindstones,
Villa Locks, glue Kettles, iron Latches,
Wardrobe hooka, Plumbs and Levels, Locks,
Closet Locks, window Springs, window Put lies.
Iron and brass Buttons, Blind Latches, shot Belts,
Window Pullies, with cords and weights,
Window curtain Fixtures. Percussion Caps;
Blind hinges and Fasts, molasses Gates,
Plastering and brick Trowels, Awls and handles,
Shoe Knives and Pincers, shoe hammers.
Screw stocks and Dies complete, drawing Knives,
Measuring Tapes, 50 and 75 feet, Screw Drivers,
Chisel handles, ass'd, sand Paper, Gridirons,
Rigging Screws, Iron Tacks, chopping Knives,
Brass Padlocks, halter Chains, spoke Shaves,
Solder, Spelter, school and log Slates, sad Irons,
Handled hoes, brass and iron wire Sieves,
Mexican Bitts and Spurs, common Sickles,
Sheath, book and fish Knives, iron table Spoons,
Britannia tea and table Spoons, Bristol brick Dust,
Native Spades, porcelain lined sauce pans,
Square and round bake Pans, assorted shot.
Short and long handle fry Pans, rivets and Spikes,
Fall handle Tea Kettles, IN ails, t iles, assorted.
Iron Wire, for tinner's use, pen and Jack-knives,
Brass and iron wood Screws, brass Lock Cocks,
Ship Scrapers, fancy powder hoins, Jewsharps,
handcuffs, copper Tacka, Japanned tea Trays,
Strap and pump hammers, hand and ripping saws.
Coffee, Butter, Cheese, in tins, Pine Apple do,
Mixed Pickles, Baltimore Oysters, Virginia hams
Sardines, olive Oil, whole and half boxes Raisins,
Zante Currants.Loaf and crushed Sugar.split Peas
Dried Apples, dried Beef, white Beans, Cassia,
Fine lemon Syrup, tomato Ketchup, rose Water,
Ass'd Essences, stonghton's Elixir, ,
Ground Spices. Nutmegs, Mace, Confectionary,
Ground, and Kernel Pepper, Capers and Olives,
Fine table salt in boxes. Prunes, Cider Vinegar,
Short six Cigars, Maccaroni, Sago, Vermacclli,
Manufactured cavendish and common Tobacco,
Alsop's E. I. pale Ale (quarts and pints,)
Barclay's Porter, (quarts and pints,
Family brown Soap, No. 1, &c.
Cordage and Canvas.
D'Brusgin'a Canvas, heavy and light ravens Duck
Russia Cordage, (Moth's No. 1.) bolt Rope,
Oakum. &c. S. H. WILLIAMS & CO.
Honolulu, April 4, 1848. ' tf
TUST received per bark "Vancouver" from
London, and for sale by the Agent, of the
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY.
White and ffrev shirting Cottons, printed Cottons
Plain and twilled blue Cottons, Dimity, Ticking,
Bleached and grey duck Sheeting, Usnaburgs,
Estopellas, superfine and common white Flannel
Blankets, green Baize, bPk and col'd silk Hdkfs
Superfine blue, black and brown Cloths,
Black silk for Ladies' Dresses, Scotch Cambric,
Ladies' and cent's silk and cotton Hose.
Gent's kid, cotton and silk Gloves, serje Drawers,
Black and drab Hats, black summer Cloths,
India rubber and cotton Braces.watcrproof Capes
Assorted Tapes, do Thread, Guernsey tracks,
Superior Frock and Drass Coats,
Dark, checked and striped Trowsers,
Superfine cloth Trowfers.blue and red flan. Shirts,
Blue clotn and fearnotigni jacKeis,
Fine white and striped cotton Shirts, Sic
Crockery and Hardware.
Coffee and Tea Setts. Tureens, covered Dishes,
Sugar Bowls, white and blue Earthenware.Plates
Milk and Tea Pots, Jugs, baking Dishes,
Ewers and Basins, Coffee Mills, Dutch Ovens,
Jannnned rinet and cicar Stands, iron Pots.
Britannia metai coffee Pots, pkt and pen Knives'
Tablo and dessert Knives and Forks, Jsad Irons,
Sauce and Frying Pans, Shovels and spades,
Cast Iron Truck Wheels, bottling Corks, Rivets,
Brass and iron Butts, cross gaunt Hinges. Locks,
Bar Lead, flat, bolt and hoop Iron, Corkscrews,
Hand, pit and crosscut Saws, Carpenters' Adzes,
Assorted socket Gouges and Files, Nails.Planes,
Plated Spurs, T. P. F. and canister Gunpowder,
Percussion Caps, Needles, clay Pipes, &c
Bolt and sheathing Copper, Rivets, whale Line,
Sheathing copper Nails, wrought copper Nails,
Large and small Anchors, patent chain Cables,
Double and single Blocks, assorted Paints, Tar,
Patent Canvas Nos 1 to 8, pump Leather, Pitch,
Hand and deep Sea Lead Lines.Turpentins, Putty,
Ropeing and seizing Twine.Copal Varnish, Rosin,
Linseed Oil, black Varnish, &c, &c
Superior Durham Mustard, Essence of Coffee,
Port and Sherry Wine, &c feb 26 tf
JUST received per Schooner "Honolulu
from Manila, and for sale by the subscribers:
309 bags, 25,562 lbs. Coffee; 198 bags Rice;
12 bags Pepper; 320 boxes Imperial Tea;
155 coils Manila Rope, from 1 to 34 inch;
72,000 Manila Cigars; 668 dozen Ale;
1 case containing 200 Manila Hats,
100 doz. Cotton Socks; 100 strings Coral Beads;
174 groce Table Knives and Forks;
10 Pina Shawls; 12 Pina Hdkfs; 89 Pina Dresses;
15 doz. Children's Socks, 1 Iron Chest:
1 case Silk Handkerchiefs; 1 bale Lasting,
3 cases Turkey red Cloth; 1 case striped Muslin;
300 nairs Shoes: 45 pieces Muslin;
4 bales, 10 pes. ea., Ladies Cloth, blue blk, green,
white and scarlet; 2 bales white Hannel;
6 nieces 60 inch superfine Black Cloth;
83 rolls China Matting; 60 cases ea 15 bottles Gin.
may27.tr. EVERETT & CO.
RECEIVED per "Samoset" and for sale
bv MAKEE & ANTHON, 20,000 pounds best
Navy Bread; 5000 lb. superior Pilot Bread for fam
mh 18 tf.
QUPERFINE Manila and Hemp Cordage,
J 150 coils assorted sizes tor saie oy
mh 18 tf MAKEE & ANTHON.
1 ClZ BBLS. Beef and Pork just landed
1 CO from the Bark Samoset from Boston, For
m25 tf. C. BREWER. 2d.
ANE ship's new Main Topsail, 1 Mizen
J Topsail, 1 SSorai Staysail. For aale by
mh 4 tf
EVERETT II CO.
F. R. VIDA,
SHIP CHANDLER, has on hand and of
fers for sale on moderate terms, tbe fbllowint
merchandise for ship and family use :
ivu ddis. oeei, bu oo. fork, 10 do. Uodhsn,
S.000 lbs. Rice, 10,000 lbs. Bread, 600 bag flour,
600 gallons Vinegar, 200 do. Molasses,
6,000 Ibs.'Sugar, 1,000 do. Arrowroot,
10 bbls. Beans, 1,000 lbs. Coffee, 60 boxes Tea,
10 do. Soy, 10 do. Currie Powder, 200 lbs. Tapioca,
20 doz. tart Fruits, 70 tins Preserved Meats,
16 tins Green Peas, an ass't of Confectionery,
20 doz. Pickles, 20 do. Olive Oil, 20 Cheeses,
An assortment of Spices and Sauces,
20 boxes Raisins, 200 tins Sardines,
1,200 lbs. Tobacco, 30 groce Pipes.
10,000 Regalia Cigars, 40,000 Havana do.,
10,000 No. S Manila do., 60 cases Bordeaux Wine,
10 cases Orgeat, 300 gallons Sperm Oil,
200 gallons Whale Oil, 200 gallons Paint do.,
100 gallons Spirits Turpentine, 150 lbs. Putty,
60 kegs Paint, different colors, Handspikes,
6,000 lbs. Cordage all sizes. Chain Cables,
Anchors, Blocks, 600 Iron Poles. Pitch, Tar,
Rosin, Thermometers, 2 Copper Coolers,
Firewood, 60,000 A. Lumber, Cutting Falls,
100 bolt. Canvas. Nos. 1 to 5. Marline,
Caulking Irons, Signal Haulyards, paint Brashes.
600 yards Bunting, white, blue and red.
25 reams Sand Paper, 40 boxes Speim Candles,
20 dozen Blacking, kegs Nails, wrought and cut,
10 doz. ship Scrapers, 400 lbs. Saleratus,
2,000 cakes California Soap, 50 boxes brown do.,
10 boxes white Soap, Bake Pans, Milk do..
Tin Pots, 200 Iron Pots, pewter and brass Cocks,
Padlocks, Cork Screws, tea and table Spoons,
Soup Ladles, Tin Lamps, Glass do., Filterers,
Plates, Bowls, Cups and Saucers, Tinder Boxes,
Britannia Metal Tea and Coffee Pot.,
Sewing and packing Twine, camphor Trunks,
Camphor Chests, 1,000 barrels empty Casks,
100 pairs China Slippers, 50 doz. striped Shirts,
10 doz. Guernsey Frocks. 8 do. Flannel Drawers
6 doz. Cloth Caps, 4 do. White Shirts,
10 doz. Woolen Socks and Stockings, 5 do. Mitts,
20 ps. blk. ailk Handkerchiefs. 20 do. red -do.,
20 Mattrasses, 100 lbs. Wicking, 1 doz. Gridirons,
60 doz. Till Locks, 5 doz. Raspberry Syrup,
8,000 nnt Bags, 5 doz. Shoe Brushes, Razors,
Dressing Cases, Writing Desks, &e.
Glengary Caps, glazed do.. Nautical Almanacs,
5 doz. Capsules, 100 cotton Umbrellas,
10 doz. wooden Chairs, 10 rolls China Matting,
N. B. Wanted Bills of Exchange on the United
States, England and France. auc28tf.
FOR sale at the stone Store formerly own
ed by Messrs. E. & H. Grimes, the following.
ebing part of the " Don Quixote's" cargo :
100 nests Camphor Trunks, 50 do Chests,
60 pieces figured Camlets, 200 do black Satin,
60 io black Sinshaws, 50 do. do. ass'd colors,
50 do Satin, ass d colors, 100 do blk. Hdk'fs.
60 do cross barr'd Sarsnets,
50 do blk. Levantines, 50 do stripe do.,
100 do Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs,
60 do cross barr'd do.
50 do Handkerchiefs, varioua colors,
50 do white figured Handkerchiefs,
25 splendid Crape Shawls, 50 scarlet do. do.
50 various col'd do., 200 Silk Fans,
6 cases grass Mosquitoe 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 boxes 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. nov. tf.
C. W. VINCENT
TTAS on hand and offers for sale, on rea-
J. J- aonable terms, a large assortment of Lumber
and Building Materials, consisting in part of
140,000 feet superior Astoria Pine Timber,
Square timber 6x6, 4x9, 4x8. 3x9 and 3t8;
Joist, 3x6 ,3x5, 3x4, 3x3; Plank, 1-4 to 2 inch;
20,000 feet American Pine Boards, 1 inch;
3,000 feet Koa Lumber, California Boards,
3,000 superior American Pine Clapboards,
40,000 superior Shingles ; 20,000 Am. Lath, &c.
20 kegs wr t Spikes and Nails, Am. Cut Naila;
2000 lbs. Sash Weights, 120 lbs. do. Line,
Assorted Brass and Iron Butts and Hinges,
Knuckle joint do., Brass door Locks. 6 to 8 inch,
Mortice and closet Locks, assorted Pad Locka,
Escutcheon and thumb Latches, mortice do.,
Round and square Bolts, assorted sizes:
Sash Pullies, Fastenings, and Springs,
Brass door Finger Plates, Hooks and Staples,
Hasps and Staples, 100,000 ass'd Wood Screws,
200,000 assorted Iron Tacks, 100,000 do. Brada,
Brass Table Castors, 40 boxes Window Glass,
4 setts bright Coffin Furniture, Blinds, Sash,
Blind Hangings and Fastenings, &c tny22tf
ISRAEL II. WRIGHT,
TJAINTER AND GLAZIER, offers
JL sale on reasonable terms a general assortment
of Paints and Oils, consisting or
White Lead, Venetian Red, Prussian Blue ;
Terra de Sienne, assorted Green Pamts;
Chrome Yellow, Whiting, Yellow Ochre ;
Spanish llrown, Lamp Black, in kegs and papeis.
Spirits Turpentine, Linseed Oil. Copal varnish ;
Gum Copal, Gold and Silver Leaf, Bronze ;
Paint, Sash and Tar Brushes, Pumice Stone ;
Sand Paper, Window Glass, Putty. &c, &c.
IO House, Sign, Coach, Ship and Ornamental
Painting executed with neatness and despatch.
LAII UNA SELECT SCHOOL.
THE inhabitants of Maui are respectfully
JL informed that the subscriber will open the above"
on Thursday, May 18th, for tbe purpose ot tesch-
ing the primarv and higher branches ol an tnglisn
Education. Terms of tuition per quarter, of 12
weeks, $10. An evening school for "Adults," male
avid female, will also be held for instruction in Read
ing, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography and Book
Evenings of Tuition lor Males Monday and
For Females Tuesday and t nday.
WILLIAM H. PALMER.
Lahaica May 2d. 1848. tf may 6
LUMBER, SHINGLES AND SALMON.
JUST received per "Eveline" from Co
lumbia River, and for sale by the subscribers:
40,000 feet assorted Lumber; 17,000 1 ir Shingles;
28 barrels Salmon.
may 27. tf. S. H. WILLIAMS & CO.
A SITUATION as Book-Kceper or Sales
man in a mercantile establishment, or as copy
ist in a diplomatic office by a young man having had
considerable experience in the above named capaci
ties on these Islands. For references apply at this
Honolulu, May 20. 1848.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing
between McDUFF & FRIEL i. this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The business in future
will be carried on by (jIOIGi r airi-
Honolulu, June 2, 1848. ft-
HAMS AND CHEESE.
TUST received per brig TEPIC. 50 Eng-
U lish Hams Ot a superior quamy ; u x.ngusn
Cheese of a superior quality, tor sale bv
may 20 is3t r. uuhim vm.
Q AAA Lbs. superior quality C. A. Cof
OiUvJU fee, now landing and for sale by
junelO. istf. WILLIAM LADD, Agent.
TX)R sale by the subscribers, 50,000 feet
' Astoria inch BOARDS, and ass'd site JOIST.
juneS. tf. G. w. pujtCHAKU ax i".
TTOLOA Molasses 500 casksof superior
J duality, for tale by
mwr 13-tstf - ' -WILLIAM LADD, Agant
i.. . . : ........ ... ,
OFFER for .ale the balance, of th carcos'
ex ship "Madora" a ad schooner Heool Jo,"
from the Unites) States, soMaale for the California,
Oregon mad Sandwich Islands) anaxksU, consist rf
Dry GosmIs, site,
10 bate, heavy Methuea Ticks, 1 do d 4 Dock,
Cotton and silk Usnbreltas, 24 1 1-4 Msssla. Quilts ,
10 bales brown Drills Ghsba."
1 case bleached Drills, 60 fa grey Collew. 40 as.,
1 case Turkey red Cottaos, 2 rasas bis Priots,
3 cases oraage Prints, 2 case pink Prints,
1 bale scarlet Flannel twilled and plain,
1 do white do Welch do w, 1 ease Hosiery ess'?.
Linen Drilling for pants, cotton Tapes,
Len Thread, patent Thread, piping Cord,
Cotton Thread ass'd. curiam BJuelas, Cravats,
Under Hdkfa, ladies' drass Capes, meals Dresses.
H air Cloth, cashmere Shawls sewing Silk,
Green gauze Veils and Scarfs, fleoks and Eyes,
Merino Shawls, Night Caps, I case CaabsaeVctfs
4-4 fine Linen, table Linen, lie.
Clothing, 4k e.
15 dot striped Shirts, 25 doa white lateo Bosoms,
Demin Pants, Overhaul, salinett Paata,
Dark and light drilling Pants. I in a Jackets,
Plaid and French eassimere Pants, lavender do.
Black do. Liner Pants, Crete sack Coals.
Shirt Bosoms, green Jackets, red laaaef Shirts,
Valencia, Marseilles, plaid and black aatin V.,
Guernsey Frocks, dtimmg Gowns,
Merino and silk Under Shifts, tic, lie.
Hardware, Glassware, Crockery, Ar.
250 kegs ass'd Nails, ha lulled Axes end llairkets.
Grindstone Cranks and Rollers, Corn Mills,
Counter Scales 240 lbs, wrought Bulls, Srawnrs,
Screws asa'd, carpenters Pincers jhnaib Latrkes,
Carpenters and coopers' Adzes. Norfolk Latches,
Braces, patent Hammers, Grmblets, I Pamp,
Carpenters' Rules, Curtain Fixtures, iron Shovels,
Hatchet Heads, iron and copper Tacks, Ploagks,
Garden Hoes, Sad Irons, spring Balances
Axe Helves, grind Stones, brsss Cocks, Spiders,
Tailors' Shears, tailors Measures, tailors' I mat.
Buttons ass'd, round and square Bolts, iron Pols,
Chest Handles, double and single Plana Irons,
Double and ainele, jointers, Fore'., jack., and
Setts Hollows and Rounds, smoothing Planes,
Board and plank match Planeskew rabbit Plan's,
Fillesters, bead Planes, Ploughs assorted.
Sheath Knives, 19 Wilkinson's bright Vires,
6 Anvils assorted sizes, socket and firmer Googhes,
Setts socket and firmer Chisels, drawing Knives,
Cross cut Saws, 6 feet, mouse Traps, seing 4 wis.
Tape Needle, percussion Cap,silverdThimWs,
Topsail sheet Chain, caulking and marking Irons,
Marlin Spikes, bak Pans.Skillets.limber Scribes,
Shoemakers' aand Stones, VYaiiera and lea Trays,
Trunk Handles, patent Butts.rhesl Hinges, Filas,
Flemish Tacks, Clout and Scupper Nails. Brads,
Compasses, door Buttons, rooks' Skimmers,
Blubber Kaives, Trowels, Turkey oil Stones,
Cupboard and Till Locks.Ships Scrspers.NeedUs,
Bung and tap Borers, soup and saura Ladles,
Ink Powder, match Safes, Castors, pocket Kaives,
Brit. Tumblers, tea Bella, study Lamps, Plates,
Hsnging solar Lamps, lamp Shade, water Jags,
Glass Tumblers, specie Jars, castor Boil),
1 crale printed Dishes, Bunting, asa'd colors.
Sewing Twine, Ceases sheathing Copper,
Common Spikea, copper Bolts, sheet Lead, fcc.
50 bbls Bellamnnt and Baltimore Floor. Allspice,
73 tins water Crackers, corn Broom. Nutmegs,
50 tins butter Crackers, 8 boxes Havana Sugar,
20 bbla East Boston crushed Sugar, Clove. Figs,
Sultsna Raisins in drums. Blacking, fancy Soap,
Castile Sosp, Nectar leaf and cavendish Tobacco,
Honey Dew do, Mustard.boiee Starch .Salerala.
Table Salt, jugs split Peas, jugs ground Rice,
Des Moya, aho:t six and regalia Cigars, Prunes,
Boxes Pipes, Olive Oil, smoking Tobacco.
Pickles i gall and quart bottles, walnut Ketrkap.
Lemon Syrup, assorted Svrups, tomato Ketchup.
Confectionary in boxes. Currants, lie.
Paints, Provisions, Naval Stores, ate.
25 bbls Winchester mes Pork, 75 do prime do,
25 do Winchester do Beef, bright Varnish,
25 do soft Turpentkio.Pucb and Rosin, coal Tar,
50 cask Shooks 9878 gallons, 1 Ispstraak Boat,
170 aah Oars, from 12 to 22 ft, t d.wy Boats,
4 doi Handspikes, 40 bale Oakum, llooseline,
10Q coils hemp Cordage from C thread lof 1 inch.
Coils Marline, 23 coils Manila Cordage,
Deep Sea Lines, bales Cop's light ravens Dwsk,
20 ps heavy Ravens, 61 pes Russia Sail Clolk,
10 bolts cotton Duck S 4 8 and 9, black Paint,
2 bales sowing Twine, Chrome Yellow, red Lsd .
Yellow Ochre, ground in oil in csns, green Psint,
Chrome Green, ground Verdigris. Lamp Black,
Venetian Red ground in oil and dry, Pruss. Blue,
Ground Vermilion, boiled Linseed Oil,
Spirits of Turpentine, bbls Putty in bladders,
liO kegs Forest River White Lead in 23 lb kegs.
Window Glass 10x12 11x14 12x13 and 13x18. fcc.
Boot, and Shoes.
Men, calf seaed Boots, Neapolitan do.
Do goat Boots, do kip Boots, do cloth Gaiiars,
Do cad Brogans, do goat do, ladies k'd Ti,
Brorrx'd Buskins and cloth Gaiters.
Ledger. Journals, Cash Books, Not Psper,
Blank Books assorted sties, fbalacap Papr role,.
Lettar, official and not Envelop, md Wafts,,
Ruled Latter Paper, red Tape, Sand Box.,.
Sealing Wax, lie, lie.
J Horse Carts and Harnesses complete. Bridles,,
Ladies and gent's super English Saddles,
Spare Bitts, spare Stirrups, 10 spar Harcaase.
4 Wheelbarrows, fc.c. feb Mlf
FOR SALE BY MAKEE ANTHON
1 Kf bags best Chile Flour,
10J 5,000 lbs. Bresd, 2H) Lbls. Beef and Port,.
10,000 lbs S. I Collee, 10,000 S. I. Sugar,
2J0OO lbs. American Rice. 75 bbls. Molaaa,
2 bbls. 1 1 one v, 20 boxes Tea. S bbla. Ale,
40 doc. Brandy, 2S doa. Hock, 10 kegs Sherry,
20 doz. Cherry Cordial, Paints Si Oils,
Canvas, heavy and liirht Raven' Duck, Twine
150 Coils Manila and hemp Crdagr
10 bale. Oakum, lie.
Preserved Meal, in tins. Sardines, 8yv ,
Curry Powder, Olive Oil, Vinegar,
Ginger, Allspice, loif ami crushed Sugar,
Arrowroot, Cassis, Clove. Nutn.ejs. Pm kles.
Table Salt. Mustard. Raisins. Maccaroni,
Currants. Tobacco Pipes, Cigars,
Csne and wooden seat Chairs, lie., lit.
An assortment of Prints and Cottons,
Blankets, ready mad Clothing, Linen,
Mosketoo Natting, damask Napkins, Toweling,
Irish Linen, silk Cravats and Handkerchief.
Supenders, Hosiery, Shoes and Boots,
Guayaquil and palm leaf Hal. Stationery.
An assortment of Hardai. Tinware,
Glass and Crockerv ware, lie, lie.
Honolulu. Feb. 19. 1949. fh!9 if
k do 5i
inch, 1 coil !i inch, 2 do I J,
do 4 no I do 2oolj,
do I do C do 1 do 2
do 3 do 3 do,
do 2 do 4 do,
do S do 41 do.
Coila Marline, coils llooseline, do Spunyam,
do Lcep ea Lines, co nanouno.
Also 25 coil Manila. For sale bv
nevlS. if. EVERETT It CO.
A ND for aale by the Agents of the Hud
j. son's Bay Company :
A la re assortment nf Spars, Silt Beef.
Salted Salmon of thin season. Sprats in half bar
rels, fur family aae. fresh Floor.
Lumber, vis.. Oak and Maple Plaak aa FmaraW.
Pine and Cedar do. do..
Shingle, and Rafters. d4. tl
RUSSIA CORDAGE, CANVAS 4V e.
COILS Russia Cordage, 50 holts Bus-,
sia Canvas. 50 pieces light Ravens Dock.
Sheathing Copper. It to 29 oa..
Shaatbmg Paper. Tar, lie. For aaks bv
m25 tf. C BREWER. 2s.
yrtBBLS. Superf.ee few Flour, just
& I fj Unded front the bark Samoset, from Beoton,
for sal by
m25lf. C BREWER, 1.
SEAL AHD, 1IOMIXY.
INDIAN Corn, Meal and Hominy con
atantly for safe by
may tf r. RODRIGUEZ TIP