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SOJIETIIIjVO 1YEW XT THE HONOLULU DAGUERREAN GALLERY. IMPROVED AMBROTTPES ! photographic Pictures on Glass and Paper ! THE CXDERSIGXED, having recently returned from a visit to San Francisco, takes pleasure in informing the public that he has introduced and i3 now prepared to exe cute those ' splendid and permanent pictures on glass, well known as the IMPROVED AMBROTTPES, And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the most celebrated makers, together with a well constructed sky light, he is enabled to take Ambrotypes, Stereoscopes, Daguer reotypes and all kinds of Photographic Pictures, in a superior manner and in any weather. P1I0TOGRAPIIS ON PAPER, of persons, view3 of residences, ships, parts of the city, &c, which may be sent to absent friends by letter, taken by the dozen or half dozen. Also, on hand, a great variety of cases and frames, of the latest styles. . Daguerreotype Instruments and Stock for sale, and mstruc tions in the art given to persons des0U,3ItALD. ' Honolulu, Oct. 1st., 1356. 14'tf DOCTOR'S SHOP. G. p. JUDD, AT THE CORNER OF FORT and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues to devote himself to the treatment of Dlseases of all kinds, hav ing for sale a great variety of Drugs and Medicises of the best quality. He sells also l'oiaons Arsenic, strichnine, vcratnnc, corrosive sublimate, Oxalic acid, St. Ignasiu3 beans, nax vomica, opium, Trussic acid, alcohol, perfumery. Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water, Windsor, honey and other soaps. Miscellaneous. Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac, Writing and marking ink, Sands sarsaparilla, Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention. 33 Easily found when wanted. 6-tf. CASTLE fc COOKE ARE RECEIVING GOODS BY NEARLY every vessel from Doston, and offer for sale, cheap for cash, a great variety of articles for family use, as well as Agricultural Implements, Lumber, Carpenters Tools, &c, &c, &c. MR. COOKE will le found at the Lower Store opposite the Seamen's Chapel, and MR. NICHOLSON in attendance in the outfitting department at the same place. MR. CASTLE will le in attendance at the Upper Store, near the Stone Church. With the advantage of a large assortment, and the determination to spare no reasonable effort to suit those who may favor them with their custom, they would respectfully solicit a share of pub lie patronage. i S. C. & C. have a fine variety of Cloths carefully selected in Boston, with direct reference to custom work in their outfit ting department, suierintended by MR. NICHOLSON. Sept. 18, 1S56. 12-tf JLOIfSEE& FOR, SALE. fWMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED 1 and keeps constantly on hand a large and desirable stock of Lumber, which he offers low for cash, viz : 1 in planed pine boards different qualities, 1 do do do do clear, 1 J, H, 1, 2 in clear pine dimension plank, in planed boards for sheathing, 1, 1, 1J, hard pine plank for heading, 1 in Oregon boards, 2 and 3 in Oregon plank 2 in spruce plank, Pine and spruce clapboard 3, Am cedar shaved shingles, California do do 3, i, 4x6 in hard pine plank for ships' water-ways and rails, A large assortment of joists of all sizes . ALSO, '-Pickets, spruce and pine clear pickets, Window sash 8x10, 8x12, 9x13, 10x12, 10x14, Doors assorted sizes, The above Lumber will be sold at the lowest market rates, and in lots to suit purchasers. C. BREWER, 2d, cow 5 tf. Yort Street JUST RECEIVED, ND FOR SALE, BY C. II. LEWERS, EX GLENCOE." from the Tekalct Mills, a splendid assort ment of Oregon boards, timber and scantling, A3 FOLLOWS 37,000 feet rough boards 1 inch, 20,000 planed 1 inch boards, 8,000 " i " " suitable for strong siding boards. 4,110 feet 2,000 " lb inch plank, 6,000 feet, 2 inch plank, 3 it 8,000 2x3 " " 21,000 S,000 8,000 7,000 " 2x4 " 3x4 u u i it 2,000 8,000 6,000 tt 2x5 " " 6x8 " 6x5 M " 6x6 It fWl Pickets and Laths. Daily expected per u CEYLON, n 40,000 feet Eastern pine boards, suitable for house finishing, and cabin work. 30,000 American pine clapboards, planed and jointed, 100,000 best shaved white cedar shingles, "Aroostick brand. 6-tf JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, CARGO OF CILPPER BARK AVERY 128 days from Liverpool, consisting of every description of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Saddlery, Liquors, Ship Chandlery, &c, usually imported. ALSO Best old fashioned English yellow soap, Splendid genuine bottled ale and porter, A few barrels real Martell brandy, Port and Sherry wine, of different qualities, Scotch whisky, Bucellos, slates, anchors and chains, Assorted iron, best hoop iron, sheet lead, Large and small iron gates and gate posts, 5 garden rollers, 5 iron wheelbarrows, &c, &c. ROBERT C. JANION. Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1S56. 14-tf CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT, comprising the Pn. following variety : Crates containing white Granite Plates (soup and dining) Do. do. Breakfast do., do. do. Soup Tureens, Blue do. do., white do. Sugar Bowls, Do. do. Covered Butter Dishes, do. do. Chambers, " " Hdld. Coffee Cups, Barrington Pitchers, Toilet sets, complete, white Granite Bakers, Do. do. Dishes, assorted'sizos, Yellow Iron-stone Nappies, extra large size, Cut and pressed Tumblers and Wine Glasses, Goblets, Britannia and plated Tea and Coffee Pots, Mugs, quart, pint, and half-pint Bowls, For sale low by (74-tf) J. C. SPALDING. riMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN JL instructed by His Excellency the Minister of the Interior to continue the overland Mail Carriers throughout the Kingdom, Notice is hereby given that hereafter Mail Carriers will be dis patched as below : Ox Kauai. Leavitg Mr. Widemann's store every Tuesday morning for Hanalei, returning Wednesday. Leaving Nawiliwili every Thursday morning for Koloa, Hana pepe and Waimea returning Fridays. On Oahc. The day of departure of the Government Mail Carrier on Oahu is Thursday of each week, leaving the Post- office punctually at 9 A. M., returning Saturdays. Os Mao- The mail-carrier will leave the Post-office, Lahaina every Tuesday Morning, and passing through Wailuku and Ka hului, react Makawao about 6 P. M. At 7 A. M., Wednesday, he will leave Mr. Spencer's Store, which will be the Post-office for that district, and passing through Kula, Torbertsville and Kalepolepo, return to I lahaina on Wednesday night or Thursday Morning. -Mails Hawaii. The Mail-Carrier between Kawaihae and nilo will leave Capt. Law's Store at Kawaihae every THURSDAY, and returning leave B. Pitman's Store in Hilo every MONDAY. A Mail-Carrier leaves Captain Law's Store at Kawaihae for Kailua and Kealakeakua the first and tliird THURSDAY in each month, and leaves Capt. Cumings' Store at Kealakeakua the first and third TUESDAY of each month. Between Hilo and Kau, the Mail will be sent every fortnight, leaving Mr. Pitman's Store at Hilo, the first ami third MONDAY of each month, and leaving Mr. Shipmau's residence at Kau, the first and third THURSDAY of each month. The Mail-Carriers throughout the kingdom will be allowed to carry small packages, other than letters and papers, subject to such charges as may be fixed on hereafter. July 1, lS56-tf. JOSEPH JACKSON, Post-Master. ATOT1CE-TIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING .lf disposed of his late Business to Messrs. WILSON &: COL BURN, and feeling confident they will give entire satisfaction to those who may entrust them with their interests, would solicit for them a continuance of the favors so liberally testowed upon him. ' B. F. BOLLES. Lahaina, June 7, 1S56. DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. The Copartnership heretofore existing under the Style of BOLLES Sc CO., is this day dissolved ry mutual consent. All business connected with said firm will be settled by B. l BOLLES. B. F. BOLLES. Lahaina, June 7,-tf. JAMES WILSON. COPARTNERSHIP. THE UNDER SIGNED have this day formed a Copartnership for the purpose of transacting a Ship Chandlery and General Commis ?ion Business under the name and style of AVALS ON Sc COLBURN. On the old premises of B. F. BOLLES CO. .1AM ES WILSON. June 7, lS56.-tf. JOHN F. COLBURN. SALE UV THE UNDERSIGNED Half-pines sunerior Holland Gin. tune-apple brand. 60 Cases Claret Wine, Haut Talance," 3 Bbls. Rum, 1 Puncheon fine old Jamaica do. -3 Bbls. pure Spirits, For sale at lowest market prices by u tf J. C. SPALDING. SUGAR, SYRUPS AXD MOLASSES, FROM Fast Maui and Koloa Plantations, in quantities to suit, for sale by 3-tf)- H. HACKFELD & Co. lITINGLISn, French, German, and Chinese silks. The most JaJ complete assortment ever offered. For sale by July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION. CORAL STONES 3,000 trimmed coral stones, for eale low, Aprly at tbia office. . LARGE SIZED For particulars 10-tf. MISCELLANEOUS J. C. SPAIiDUVG, AFFERS FOR SALE, AT LOWEST MAR- HLF KET PRICES, balance of Merchandise imported per " CEYLON," viz. Cases Suffolk blue drills, bales Slatersville denims, Men's sewed goat and calf peg'd brogans, " Native women's shoes, Hhds. butter in brine, in 20ft kegs, Cases of Eastern dairy cheese, half-bbl3. hide poison, " of green corn and peas in tins, saddlery, assorted, Rolls of 1 inch lead pipe, a complete variety of hardware, 100 Kegs assorted nails, 50 Bolts Boston cotton duck, Nos. 1 to 10, Cases of German glass, 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14, 17 x 12, Oars from 12 to IS feet, cases denim frocks and pants, Cases common California wood-seat chairs, " fine cane seat do., do. common u " assorted Grecian do., do. French top do. White lead, pure, extra and No. 1, Boiled oil and spirits turpentine, Black, green and yellow paint, assorted paint-brushes, Putty and French yellow, carpenter's tools of all varieties, Cutlery, &c, &c. 14-tf HEiVRY RHODES, IMPORTER OF AVINES AND SPIRITS, . MAS RECEIVED, PER LATE ARRIVALS, the largest and best selected stock of Spirits ever offered in Honolulu. MONONGAIIELA WHISKEY, in kegs and barrels, ex Ceylon. BRANDY, " " " CHERRY BOUNCE, in ldoz. cases, PIIAMPAflVK CT11F.R u u u BOURBON WHISKY, HOLLANDS GIN, FINE BRANDY, u t ti u t u STOUGHTON'S BITTERS, in pints and quarts, DUNBAR'S STOMACH BITTERS, ditto, CLARETS OF VARIOUS BRANDS, in pints and quarts, just received ex Emma. HOCK, " " " . " SPARKLING nOCK, in pints, " " MOSELLE, " " " SAUTERNES of fine quality, in pt3. and quarts, " fellERKItis, pale and golden, in qr. casks, FINE OLD DRY MADEIRA, " " MARTELL'S BRANDY, (very fine) do. u (i ti REAL OLD SCIIEIDAM GIN, in cases, of very superior quality ex Emma. GENUINE OLD SCOTCH WHISKY, in 1 doz. cases, ex Emma. O" Which he offers for sale low, at his Store, near the Post Office. 14-tf MEjYRY M. WHITNEY AS ON HAND, AND FOR SALE, an extensive collection of Miscellaneous Books, compris- ng about 5000 volumes, a part of wb'ch will be found in the fol owing catalogue : Abbott on Shipping and Insurance, Abbott's Young Christian, 12mo. Accordeon Instructor (paper cover) iEsop's Fables, (miniature volume),' Africa and America, 12mo, cloth, Ablxjtt's History of Napoleon, 2 vols. Allison's " of Europe (abridged, 1 vol.), Alderbrooke a tale (2 vols, gilt), Allison's History of Europe, 3 vols., " " " (2nd series, 4 vols.) " Principles of taste, Bailey's Algebra, Algebra, Dodd's, Davies' Bourdon do, " Davies' Elementary, Allen's Domestic Animals, Alphabet books for children, Albums, ladies' illustrated American Missionary Memorial, " Biographical Sketch Book, Cruiser, (Little's), do Constitutions, Education (Mansfield's) Farm Book (Allen's), do Poultry Yard, Florist's Guide, do First Class Book, Institutions, do Poultry Book (paper cover), Ambiiuities, Pierre or the Amaranth (a gift book), Anthon's Classical Dictionary, Ancient Egyptians, 2 vols. Annual of scientific Discovery, laol-2-o, Andrew's Latin and English Lexicon, Ancient Geography with Atlas, Andrew's Hawaiian Grammar, Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene, Anthon's Latin Lexicon, Anecdotes of Am. Clergymen, Appleton's Magazine, 6 vols, Arabian Nights, 12mo cd. Art of Tanning and Currying; Arctic Expedition, Richardson's Arnold's Lunarian, for Navigators, Arnott's Elements of Physics, Arithmetic, University tt Emerson's, Davies7 do, 1st Lessons, " Table Book, Smith's, Enos' do, Robinson's Elementary do, " American do, tt tt tt " Davies' Intellectual Architecture, Home Cyclopedia of Assayer's Guide, Astronomy, (Blake's 1st book), " Olmstead's Atlas, Lowry's Universal, and Black's do. Australian Captives, Autographs of Freedom, Babylon and Ninevah (second expedition) Bancroft's History of the United States, 5 vols. Baxter's Call, Baird's Classical Manual, Bates' Sandwich Islands, lllus. Bartlett's Acoustics and Optics, " Philosophy of Mechanics, Barnes' Notes on the Gospels, 11 vols. Bartlett on Fevers, Bagster's Family Bible, Beach's American Practice of Medicine, Bennett on the Uterus, Benjamin's Architecture, Beck on Infant Therapeutics, Bingham's Sandwich Islands, Biography, Cyclopedia of Bingham's Sandwich Islands, Cyclopedia of Biography, Bleak House, (a Novel, in 2 vols., by Dickens), Bliss' Geography and Analysis, Blair and Burke, (min. edition), Blake's 1st Book in Astronomy, do Scripture Readings, Book of the Corner, (Leigh Hunt), Boswell's Johnson, 2 vols., Bowen's Virgil, Book of the Ocean, or Life on the Sea, (60 illusts.) Boyer's French Dictiorary, Book of the Colonies, Book-Keeping, (Mayhews) with Blanks, Book of the Feet, Brown's Greek Classical Literature, Brown's Roman Classical Literature, Brook's Universal Gazeteer, Brand's Encyclopedia of Domestic Economy, Brewster's Optics, Brown's English Grammer, Brass Band Music, Bulwer and Forbes on Water Cure, Burns' Complete Works, 4 vols., Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress (min. edition), " " " (illustrated), Budd on the Liver, Builder's Guide, Burrill's Law Dictionary, Byron's Works (sheep), Byron's Works, (gilt cloth, small edition) California, illustrated 7vo. edition, and Sandwich Islands, Cabin and Parlor, (Randolph), California and Oregon, by Johnson, Campbell's Works, 12mo, California, its History (Capron) Carson's Loitering in Europe, Carpenters' New Guide, Choice Extracts of Literature, Choice Selections of Literary and Religious Knowledge, Choice English Biographies, Christian Sabbaths, Christian Melodies, do Tribute, Cheever's Island World of the Pacific, " Sandwich Islands, Childe Harold, (Byron), Christmas Tribute, Tables for Chemical AuaJis, Christ a Friend, Chemistry for Students, Chemistry of Four Seasons, Churchill's Diseases of Women, do do of Children, " Pnprnprnl TVvprs. L , Christisons' Dispensatory, Chamber's Cyclopedia of English Literature, 2 vol1., 44 Information for the People, Chemistry of Country Life, Claridge on the Water Cure, Cleveland's Voyages in the Pacific, Clarke's Lectures to Young Men, Clymer on Fevers, Climate and Diseases of Sandwich Islands, Classical Dictionary, Anthon's 44 44 Lampriere's Clark's Analysis, Clerks' Assistant, Cowper's Task and Table Talk, Conquest of Canada, 2 vols., Counsellors' Assistant, Cook's Voyages, 2 vols, min., Cole's Fruit Book, Cowper's Poems, Count Struenza, or Skeptic and Christian, Constable's Guide, Common Prayer Book, Combe's Management of Children, 4i Digestion and Diet, Composition, Parker's English Cod Liver Oil, Counting House Almanacs, 1S56, Columbat on Females, Oliver's Conveyancing, Comprehensive Commentary, Colburn's 1st Lessons in A'ritmetic, Cranford (a tale), Croley's Poems, Curtis' Conveyancer, SSIGNEE'S NOTICE. WHEREAS BY an instrument bearing date June 13th., 1856, the firm of CYRUS W. JONES & CO., made an assignment of all their property to the undersigned, all parties who have any claims on said firm are hereby requested to become parties to said Deed of Assignment, and all persons indebted to them, are requested to make immediate payment to D. C WATERMAN, July 1, 1856.-tf. Assignee A. F. and A. HI. HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21, F. 5c A. (under the jurisdiction of the M. W. Grand Lodtre of Cal- ifornia,) holds its regular meetings on the first Mondav of evorv month, in the third story of Makce & Anthon's brick building, corner of Kaahumanu and Queen streets, entrance from Queen street. Visiting brothers respectfully invited. By order of W. M. 16-tf A. F0RNANDER, Secretary. SUPERIOR FURNITURE. FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, 2 large Mahogany Sideboards, very superior, 1 smaller one, do. do., Chest of Drawers Mahogany, Bureaus do., Toilette Stands do., and Rose wood, Card Tables, do., Arm Chairs, Rocking do., Heavy Rose wood Extension do., Parlor Chairs of various patterns, Mirrors different sizes, Hat and Umbrella Stands, Cottage and Horizon tal Pianofortes of celebrated Makers. Also a splendid assort ment of new pattern Houjepaper with border. July 1, 1-tf VON HOLT & HEUCK. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO HENRY MACFARLANJE, of the Commercial Hotel at Honolulu, and the Commercial Billiard Saloon and Res taurant at Lahaina, are hereby notified to make payment to the undersigned and all persons who have claims on the above named HENRY MACFAKLANE, are requested to present accounts to the undersigned duly appointed agents for the settlement of his affairs. A. P. EVERETT, GODFREY RHODES. 17TISCELL.&WEOTJS . C. BREWER, 2I.5 AS JUST RECEIVED AND OFFERS lor sale, per late arrivals Bbls beef and pork, bricks, Pipe clay, cement, rosin, soap, hams, Tumblers, fire brick, arch brick, Moulding sand, spirits turpentine, Bbls tar, pitch, oak joist, pine boards and shingles. ALSO, An iuvoice of elczant. Taney CrockerT and GLASSWARE, consisting of White iron stone dinner setts, do do do cups and saucers, do do do handled coffees, Dark diamond spittoons, Solar lamps, solar chimnies, Past, fluted and painted tumblers. ALSO, Gilt, white and colored, porcelain and colored ware for Holl day gifts and parlor ornaments, Toy tea setts, licac and white cream and table pitchers, Parian Arab pitchers, stone gipsey pitchers, Gilt watch boxes, fancy ink stands, Ornamental image watch boxes, Do cigar boxes, dog cover, do statue cover, China vases, cigar stands, alabaster boxes,- Farian vaseB, Gilt and green chamber setts, Uncle Tom's mugs, ALSO, Diamond cut decanters, quarts and pints, do do champagne goblets, do do wine do Bowls, nappies, French decanters, Crockery, toilet setts, Hanging entry lamps, Solar lamps, fancy and plain globes, Ruby signal lanterns, plain do, Ship lamps, palace lamps, One ring water bottles, Diamond bowls, Brittania castors. ALSO, One custom made shifting top New York buggy latest style eow- 5-tf FEIiMIEIl & CO. OFFER FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST market rates, a well selected assortment of NEW GOODS, ust received per late arrivals consisting in part as follows : Dry Goods. Cases black figured and plain alpacca, denims, Sheeting, carpets, druggets, matting, flannel. All linen sheeting, book and Swiss muslin, Victoria lawn, Scotch diaper, towelling, crash cass. table covers,, Irish linen, black silk, ladies' silk hose, silk, Gloves and mitts, sup cotton hose, White, brown mixed and fancy half do, Black silk and colored half do, black crape, Silk pocket handkerchiefs, plain and bordered do, Lace veils, white cotton lace, etc., etc. Clothing. Fine black doeskin and cashmere pants, Fancy cass do, satinet do, cottonware and linen do, Black lasting do, fine black frock coats, cashmere do, White linen do, Marseilles do, brown linen do, Sup all fine linen shirts, extra large size do, boys' do, Fine York Mill shirts, L. B, and French cuffs, Red end blue flannel shirts, Merino under shirts and drawers, silk do do, White cotton lace do, all linen do, Black satin vests, white and buff Marseilles do, Fancy cass do, denim pants and jumpers, etc., etc. Hals Cases black wool hats, do pearl do, French do, Grey and white cashmere do, Hungarian do, Fine Panama do, Leghorne do etc., etc. Boots mid Shoes. Cases kip boots, do calfskin do, lasting gaiters, Jersey ties, calfskin brogans, enamelled brogans, Patent leather ties, Oxford do, fancy Congress gaiters, Patent leather do. Sundries Ladies' elastic belts, suspenders, needles, Razor and irizor strops, pocket and sailors' knives, Shoe laces, spool cotton, black and colored sewing silk, Tooth and hair brushes, black, blue and red ink, Port Monaies, etc., etc. Also gexcise Havana Cigars. 9-tf. INVOICE OF ROOKS, UST RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK, per ship 44 CEYL.VJX." Lady Blessington memoirs, Travels in Europe and East by the Rev. S. J. Prime, Harper's statistical gazetteer, Tri-colored sketches of Paris, McQueen3 orators touchstone. Woods' illus natural history, Gnnnelrs Arctic expedition, lhe Russian and the knout, Farm book and farm implements, Utah and Mormons history of, Bleak house by C. Dickens, Alison on taste, David Uopperneld, by Unas. Dickens, Dombey and Son by do, Christmas tales by do, Newcomes by do, History of the insurrection in China, Day's American edition book-keeping, Swiss Family Robinson, 4 vols, Combe's constitution of man Keith on prophecy, Courtesy by Henry, Wendell's Blackstone, (4 vols sheep,) Pendennis by Thackeray, Vanity fair by do, Grey's geology and structure of the earth, Vols Abbott's histories illustrated, Franconia stories, Do Marco Paul's travels, Do story books by Abbot, Morrell's American shepherd, 12 mo, Haswell's engineer's pocket book, Barne's notes on the gospels, Miss Beecher's receipt book, Brandes Encyclopedia of science, etc., etc., Stephens travels in Greece, 2 vols, do do Egypt, do do, Do do Central America, do do, do do Yucatan, do do, Gerstackers' travels around the world, Cunmings' travels in Central Africa, Robinson Crusoe, History of wonderful inventions, Leigh Hunt's autobiog. Webster's royal octavo dictionary, Morse's geography, Lossing's field book of the revolution, 2 vols, Hues travels in China, Arcanianism or life in Chile, Miss Beecher's letters on health, Mountains and molehills or travels in California, Cobb's miniature Lexicon, Goodrich's spellers, Plutarch's lives, Lowrey's universal atlas, Harper's Magazine, bound volumes, Mrs. Sherwood's works 16 vols, Cuvelheim's anatomy, Percy anecdotes, fifteen decisive battles, Christian theism, Notes on the Sandwich Islands (Haole.), Howe's mechanics. Wortn American Atlas, Kusseirs Polynesia, Humboldt's Cosmos, 4 vols, Pierre or the ambiguities, Mardi aud a voyage thither, Moby Dick or the whale, Omoo, Redburn, Typee, White Jacket, Vols Bonn's classical Library, Hoary Head, Lily and the bee, Wilson's Mexico and the Mexican gov't, Fowler's speaker, Lamb's poetical works, Bonner's child history of the U. S., Miss Bunkly life in a convent, Squier's Central America, 30 vol3 story books, red cloth, Learning to think, Learning to talk. (3-tf) II. M. WHITNEY. TUST RECEIVED, PER BARK AVERY, U from Liverpool, ana ior saie ny tne unaersignea, A few ladies' silk bonnets, latest Paris fashions; Ladies' habits and sleeves, do; lace sleeves; Ladies superior unbleached lace hose; girls' cotton hose; Childrens' cotton socks; children's lace socks; Embroidoring silk; ladies' superior patent stays; Stay laces; boot laces; stay hooks; Black Russian mohair braid; serpentine braid; Ladies' and children's worsted polka jackets; Berlin wool; crotchet cotton; crotchet needles and holders Ladies' mohair caps; children's hoods: Children's hats, neatly trimmed, &c, &c. also On hand, at reduced prices, a large quantity of rich silk, of various styles anu quauiies. GEO. CLARK, Hotel street. Honolulu, Oct. 15, 185G. 16-tf FIRE PROOF PvOOFS. ITSTARREX'S FIRE A VD WATER PROOF Roofs have established for themselves in New England and the Canadas a reputation second to none. They have been much longer in use in the Middle and Western States, and testi monials from various parts of the Union, admit their superiority over an oiner roois. Thev have been used nnon Dwelling noujpt rf t1 f! rof i-Koa x . waiv I W Via?J Ware Houses, Railroad Depots, and Manufacturies, and have been pronounced by Architects, Builders and others who have a knowledge of their merits, to be of greater durability, and to be possessed of fire and water resisting properties, to an extent beyond that of any Roof now in use. These Roofs require an inclination of only one inch to the foot. They can be used for a promenade, and for drying purposes ; and are made available in case oTJire to adjoining buildings. The materials of which these Roofs are composed, are not affected by changes of temperature. The cost is less than that of any other Fire Troof Roof now in use, and even that of a shingled Roof. These Roofs are not affected by the jar of machinery and in case of injury, no Roof is so easily and quickly repaired. The Corporation of the City of Montreal, Canada, have by a special By-Law, made an exception in favor of Warren Roofs, to the Law prohibiting the erection of buildings in the City. And numerous other testimonials from Builders, Insurance Oifi cers, Railroad Corporations and others, which attest the supe riority of this Roofing over all others for cheapness, efficiency, and durability combined, may be seen at the Counting Room of C. BREWER 2d. For sale by (13-tf) J- F. B. MARSHALL. NEW GOODS EX. HAM. BRIG "EM 31 A" FROM HAM BURG, for sale at the store of tle undersigned, consisting partly of the following articles : Cases 9-8 Ginghams, plain, white and dotted Muslins, Blk Alpacca, and Paramatta, Irish linen Drill, Silk Corahs, do Cravat?, plain colored and checkered Silk, Under shirts, Drawers, ladies' Hose, Fancy, brown & mix'd socks, blue navy caps & covers, &c. A well selected assortment of FRESH PRESERVES, ia cases of two dot. each, viz : Game, Meats and Soups, Bolognas, Liver Sausage and black Puddings, Jams, Jellies, &c, &c. Fresh Eng. Mustard, t and i lb. bottles Ass'd drops and Lozenges, A small lot of light and heavy CLOTHING, A few of the new style MOSS PICTURES. 13-tf Yos HOLT & IIEUCK. A. DOENCH, OFFERS FOR SALE Panama Hats, 100 chest3 sup. Oolong Tea, 100 chests Oolong Pohing, and 50 chests Souchong Oolong, French candles, Lampwick, woolen lining for Cloaks, Chinese paper Cigars, Portemonnaies, long steel Scissors, Elastic Back Combs, etc, etc Mauna F.ea street, Sept. 25, 1856 13-17 " STRONG IIE3IP BAGGINGi42 inches wide, Cera Sacking and Osaaburs for sale at ecomnical rates by Jyl, 1-tf - ROBERT C. JANION. MISCELLANEOUS. 15. W. FIEI-O, FFERS FOR SALE, OF MERCHANDISE received by late arrivals from the United States, the fol lowing named articles : DRV GOODS. Muslin de Laines, Fancv Lawns, Turkey Red Chintz, India Satin, Corah Hdkfs, Chrome orange Prints, green do Fancy prints, blue Drills, blue Flannel, orange Sheeting, Sattinets, green Sheetings, Irish Linen, Swiss mull checks, White and grey Blankets, Madras Hdkfs. CLOTHING. SEERSUCKER COATS, WHITE WOOL SHIRTS, WHITE WOOL DRAWERS, FANCY CALICO SHIRTS, BRO. DRILL DRAWERS, WHITE DRILL DRAWERS, STRIPED WOOL SHIRTS, WOMEN'S COTTON HOSE, GREY WOOLEN SHIRTS, GREY WOOL DRAWERS, LINEN CHECK SHIRTS, CASSIMERE PANTS, RED FLANNEL SHIRTS, BLUE FLANN EL SHIRTS, RED FLANNEL DRAWERS. HARDWARE. Hunt's shovels, Cast steel hoes, Boiler iron, Counter scales, Table cutlery, Razors, Tinman's tools, Tin'd fry pans, Hunt's axes, Table spoons, Claw hatchet, Scissors, Sauce pan ass'd . Axe hatchets, Bars ass'd iron, Casks sad irons, Sheath knives, Cooking stoves, SADDLERY. Enamel blk & drab cloth, girth web, brass spurs, Rein web, silver spurs, girth buckles, bridles, horse brushes Hog skin saddles, fancy saddle cloths, stirrup irons. NAVAL STORES. Chain cables, Bales oakum, Cotton duck, Army do Raven-do Blk paint, Sheaths & belts. Hemp cordage, Manila do Spun yarn, Ass'd paint brushes, . Turpentine, Verdigris, GROCERIES. Preserved green gages, yellow bank tobacco, Split peas, table salt, loaf, crushed and granulated sugar, l'ickles, tomato ketchup, No, 1. soap, Mustard, ground pepper, lemon syrup, China rico, S. I. sugar, S. I. coffee, chemical olive soap. FURNITURE. Baltimore cane seat chairs, Tine tables, Cane seat oak chairs, Children's rocking chairs, Willow wagons, Children's arm chairs, Children's willow chairs, Oval cane seat chairs, Office Chairs. BOOTS & SHOES. Heavy calf boots, Heavy brogans, Tump sole do Womens shoes, Sh'rpers. WINES Sc LIQ.UORS. Sicily Madeira Wine, Rochelle Brandy, Duff Gordon sherry, Bourbon Whiskey, Old Amontilado Sherry, Monongahela Whiskey, Am.Brandy, WOLF'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS, CHAMPAGNE, LONGJFORTIPS SPARKLING CATAWBA WINE, 44 DRY 44 44 SUNDRIES. Manila Cheroots, No. 2, toy pails, Dimond spittoons, Casks cement, wheelbarrows, wine glasses, hand carts, Blacking, goblets, horse baskets, cedar churns, . French pillows, red precipitate, sets crockery, Guyaquil hats, French bedsteads, wool carpeting, Hair pillows, iron bedsteads, blk silk hats, leather pillows, Curry cmbs, silk parasols, lanterns, tumblers, Scrub brushes, carpet bags, perfumery, oil cloths, Pump chains, solar lamps, horse cards, yellow metal nails, Side lamps, cattle cards, slates, gunny bags, ox bows, Wood bottles, 2 & 3 hoop pails, corn brooms, Barrel covers, deck buckets. 1 SHIP'S CABOOSE, OX CARTS, LACKAWANNA STEAMBOAT COAL, CHARTS, FORCE PUMPS, WE WAG ORNAMENTAL TIME PIECES, 1 Extra. Cuvringe, (with seat for driver,) -2 TOP BUGGIES, 1 OPEN BUGGY, SETTS HARNESS, DYER'S IIEALINO EMBROCATION. POLAR OIL. ONE SUGAR MILL, COMPLETE. Sept lS-tf &c. &c. &c. &c. FOR SAIiE. JT1ARGO OF BARQUE "AVERY," 380 HJ tons per register, one year old, sailed from Liverjool May 24th. A complete assortment of STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, selected expressly for this market in London, Mancbes ter, Glasgow and Paris. An assortment of English GROCERIES of the best quality. EARTHENWARE, HOLLOW-WARE AND SADDLERY. A large assortment of HARDWARE of superior quality, amongst which are Superior garden spades, garden rollers, sheet lead, Warranted anvils, sledge hammers, steeled crowbars, Hose nails, cut nails, cut tacks, cooper's rivets, Brass headed nails, tin plates, best Chillington hoop iron, Iron wire, composition sheathing nails, Copper tacks, boot nails, Large and small iron gates with iron pillars, Tools of all kinds, wheel barrows, coffee mills, Table knives and forks, carvers, steels, spoons, Electro plated spoons, a cask of assorted lamps. Also a long list , but few of each, of small articles and KNICK KNACKS often enquired for, but too numerous to particularise. Assorted packages of them will be sold at a small advance. Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Anchors and Chains. Liquors. Alsop's India Ale, (warranted A. 1.) Byass' do do Meakim's do do Pinu9 do do Barclay & Perkins' stout Geneva, Old Tom gin, Scotch whiskey, port wine, Sherry wine, best brandy, medium brandy, Sherry in quarter casks, champagne, Bucellas. Hops, Fike Bricks, Steam Coal, Blacksmith's Coal, Slates. All of which will be sold to arrive, In large parcels at the very lowest advance on home prices. (9-tQ ROBERT C. JANION. NEW GOODS ER FRANCES PALMER, FROM SAX FRANCISCO. For sale at low rates : CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS. Sup blk Casshnere Pants, assorted French Pants, Sup ass'd plain sattinctt Pants, plaid Cassimere do Ass'd Jean and French cottonade Pants, Ass't of white and fancy colored Shirts, A few doz fine white and Jenny Land Shirts, Ass'd calico fig'd shirts, check linen do, Jumpers, French blouses, blue Denims, pes Silk, Pongee Hdkfs, PANAMA HATS, &c, &c. 13-tf. Vo HOLT & HEUCK. MANUFACTURED AT THE PUULOA SALT WORKS. For sale by the undersigned in any quantity, delivered in bulk alongside the wharf or vessel in Honolulu, very superior Puuloa Salt, at the rate of Sixteen Dollars per Ton. The proprietor having greatly- improved his salt works, he is now prepared to furnish better salt, in larger quantities, and with greater dispatch than has hitherto been done at the Sand wich islands. Purchasers here and abroad, who wish to procure the best salt manufactured in the Pacific, will do well to enquire for, and also to assure themselves, that they receive the real Puuloa salt. Orders to any amount executed with dispatch. Apply to DANIEL MONTGOMERY. . Puuloa Salt Works. 3-6mos Sandwich Islands BL.ACKS3IITIIING. THE UNDERSIGNED, formerly doing business op posite the Custom House, would inform the public, that he has taken the stand lately occupied by Capt. Brown, near the ice house, where he would be happy to receive thou orders. Thankful for past favors, he hopes to merit a continuance of the same. July 1, 6m - HENRY SMITH. CARRIAGE SHOP. The Snb scriber hmving purchased the interest of Mr. Jacobs, will hereafter carry on the heelwnght Business at the old stand. adjoining the Police station All orders for repairs of Carriages, Wagons or Carts will ?je promptly attended to. Orders solicited and charges moderate. (13-3m) R. E. WAKEMAN. BOOTS AND SHOES. CALF SEWED (CUSTOM-MADE) BOOTS, price $7; Ladies' patent leather Buskins, $1.75; Misses' tipped Gaiters, Nos. 11, 12 and 13 87J cts ; India rubber over-shoes, $1; boys' goat Brogans, from $1.25 to $1.50 ; wo mens' goat pegged Brogans, $1. For sale by 13-tf H. DIMOND. o IL CASKS 1 600 BBLS. OIL CASKS ON (13-tf) J. A. BUBDICK. hand and for sale by BOOTS AND SHOES AT THE 2000 to Brick Shoe Store, per "CEYLON," from I I 3000 pairs, custom made, comprising a great variety of Litest stvles. and for snln Inv hv of latest styles, and for sale low bv sT;tf) A v , J. II. WOOD. L. Boots and shoes made and repaired at short notice. CLOTHING FOR SALE The undersigned have always on hand an assortment of German made Clothing, Coats Cloaks, and Pants of different styles. July 1, 1-tf 0N nOLT & HEUCK. BILL PAPER, PER for sale by LETTER (13-15) AND II. M. CAP PA WHITNEY. JUST RECEIVED, PER from Hilo, 100 Specimens LAVA, f Itookstcre. PER "JOHN DUNLAP' 'or sale at the Honolulu IS tf THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Forelgu Summary. "William Arrison, convicted at Cincinnati of man slaughter upon an indictment charginc; him "with murder in the first degree, by killing Isaac Allison some time since by means of an "infernal machine" or " torpedo," has been sentenced to the penitentiary for ten years. The prisoner was first convicted of murder in the first degree, and sentenced to be hung, but obtained a new trial, Tvhich resulted in a verdict of manslaughter. It is now believed that the burning of the Niagara on Lake Michigan, by which 6G lives were lost, was caused by an incendiary, llie capiam &uura iub the steward recently receiveu au uuuujmwiio declaring that every arrangement had oeen maae w fire the boat. One of the workmen uvxn Greene's rifles at tuo Massachusetts Arms Company's works, was so unfor tunate, a few days since, as to to slit the thumb of his right hand upon a circular saw. Concluding upon inspection, that the member was used up, ho coolly went back to the saw, and holding the dam aged thumb with his lea hand, made a clean ampu tation of it, and then proceeded to have it dressed by a surgeon. Tt rpnnrt&l from Washington, that the adminis tration wili shortly make a demand upon Inew Grena da for full and ample satisfaction for the outrages committed upon the Americans at Panama during the riot, and that our naval oliicers have oeen enjoineu to exercise great vigilance for the protection oi our citizens in that quarter. Singular Premiums. Among the premiums oner- cd by the Coles co., 111., Fair, were the following: To the Ugliest 3lan in this, or atljoming otaies, vio be adjudged by a Committee of Ladies,) a 10 Mir ror. To the Tallest Man, a Walking-stick. To the Shortest Man, 5 pair high-heeled boots. To the Smallest Animal of any kind of its age, 1 vol. Prairie Farmer. For the best Original Conumdrum, 1 vol. N. O. Piciyune. For the best Original Toast, 1 vol. National Intel ligencer. . For a Word or Sentence with best Comic Defini tion, 1 Com. Blackstone. Steam. Organ. The Daily JSTews says that quite an interesting scene occurred last evening, as the ex cursion boat Union proceeded up the East River, giving a most grand and sublime performance of " Home, sweet home !" on a new and splendid organ of eight stops and double bank of keys, just intro duced for the pleasure of passengers, and which adds greatly to the entertainment of all who sail within hearing of her sweet sounds. It is said that the Peck Slip Ferry Company ace about to have one placed on their new and beautiful boat Nebraska, as soon as arrangements can be made to that effect. The Largest Nursery in the World. The fruit tree and flower nursery of Eilwanger & Barry, at Rochester, New York, occupies 400 acres of ground, and in the spring they employ GOO hands and 25 horses. They have one block of ninety thousand cherry trees, most of them five feet high. A half acre of seedling pears, numbering over a million, is worth $10,000. Two hundred thousand were picked out from them early in summer without any sensible diminution from their numbers. Two hundred thou sand Norway firs cover many acres. In their orna mental department they have five hundred feet in length of glass propagating houses seven acres in roses and about half an acre densely planted with dahlias. Here they have also 5,000 young plants of the new California tree, the Wellingtonea Gigantea, which are worth $1 each. They have 10,000 grape vines in bearing, aud 6,000 bearing specimen pear trees, comprising 400 sorts. The cost of conducting this establishment is an average of $1,000 per week the year round, but the profits also are very great. The French Academy alone has the power of chang ing and amending the French language, len years ago it was charged by the Government to commence acomp1ete and thorough revision of the dictionary. The labor was commenced and has progressed to the middle of the letter B ! A spirited discussion has been going on for some weeks on the word Boule vard." which they have at length decided shall be no longer spelt with a final d. The t prevailed. M. Eugene Scribe contended that the word shoidd be spelt without t or d, thus : Boulevar. The Albany Evening Journal, printed upon paper made from bass wood, by Mr. Beardslee, has damon strated that our forests present the materials for a cheap and a perfect papsr. The question about the future supply of fibre for the expanding and increas ing demand for the material for books and journals, may be deemed at rest. Not the basswood tree; alone is susceptible of being reduced to pulp, and made into a thin sheet through a Fourdinier mac iine: but seven or eight of the commonest and cheapest forest trees of America can be thus converted. Three of them will make finer and better paper tha n that from basswood. Another Cuxard Vessel to beat the Peiisia. Capt. Judkins, of the Cunard steamship Persia, stated in conversation lately, that the Cunard Com pany have made arrangements for the construction of another iron steamship, to be built on the Clyde and called the Soctia. It is to be larger than the Persia, and Captain Judkins is confident it will exceed the Persia in speed as much as that fine vessel exceeds ordinary ocean steamers. He thinks the British naval architects have learned much since the Persia, was built, and will improve both in the model and in the construction of the engine. The Scotia will be finished in about a year We find the following item in the Edinburgh Ex press : Among those assembled on Thursday morn ing at the King's cross terminus, to witness the de parture of the royal family for Scotland, was Mrs. Harriett Beecher Stowe. On the arrival of the royal party, Mrs. Stowe took the opportunity of presenting, through Colonel Grey, her new work, " Dred," in two volumes, just hct from the press. On learning that the fair authoress was present, both her Majes ty and Prince Albert came forward and gave her a gracious and friendly recognition, accepting the book with evident pleasure." Another English Writer ComInq to Ajierica. Douglas Jerrold, one of the famed clique of London Punch satirists, is crming to America to lecture. Jerrold commenced life as a sailor, and after six years' salt water experience became a compositor in a London newspaper office. His first literary achieve ment was an essay on German music, which the au thor, after the manner of Benjamin Franklin, drop ped into the lion's, mouth, the editor's box, where he was a printer, and two days after he had the delight of setting up his own article, none of the editors being aware of the author's name. Jerrold next dropped another anonymous article in the box of fashionable Charity, which is written with all his peculiar vigor. This caused so great a stir that the editor, in his no tice to correspondents, begged the author to call upon him in other words, he was requested to "Stand, and unfold yourself." He did, much to the astonish ment of the editor, who at once recognized his talents took him from the case and put him to the desk. ' Berlin. The King of Prussia has presented the Emperor of Russia with a large medallion in gold, four inches in diameter, on which figure the Russian and the Prussian eagles. The edge of this medallion is formed of sixty brilliants, and the colors of the eagles are represented by precious stones. The value of the whole i3 estimated at 30,000 gold thalers. The Queen has sent to the Empress the insignia of the order of the Swan. At the end of the chain is a swan, the plumage of which is formed of brilliants. The present possesses a total value of 50,000 thalers. Picco, whose performances on a little shepherd's pipe, similar to a child's penny whistle, have recent ly excited so much admiration in Paris, has arrived in London, and had a concert at the Hanover Square Rooms on Saturday evening. Picco is a young Ital ian peasant, the son of a Sardinian shepherd, blind from infancy, but born with a passionate love of music. With his rude instrument, he finds means to produce a complete chromatic scale of great extent, (three octaves, as we have been told) and of the most perfect intonation ; he draws from it tone3 sometimes of the most brilliant clearness, and sometimes of ex quisite softness and beauty. His exution is abeo lutely astounding.