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fjf 1mmmmtm' i - T " - i I m iii.n-1 r miMn-.n 1 " " li mi n.. iiilim-iiiilwimiiTinriW. tL,...-.,,!,, i . -......, ,..-1 -.. ,..vj.'. , mi in tMumm'-tim i IT II 'in MWU. inifl, U""""1 "'" i'l'""H" 1 111 " '" '' A Leap Year Incident Oil A STORY WITH ACnd AND A point TO IT. n e think it prudent to state that we find the fol lowing story in a New York paper, without any indications as to who is its shameless author. It was bad enough to play the coquette,- without publishing the story ; and then, too, think of a married man boasting how he missed a pretty maiden. The other evening, as my friend Albert and I sat in my study, with our heels elevated on the backs of two chairs, and two glorious Havanas elevated from our lms, locking around through the cloud of smoke, I espied the evening paper lying on the table, which Tom in his usual quiet manner, had deposited there. Without in the least disturbing our dreamy cogita tions, I picked it up, and began languidly to doze over its columns, when my eye lighted on the follow ing paragraph, which, old bachelor like, I felt quite enough interest in to read aloud to my compan ions : " Take The Lot. The young ladies of Aurora, Illinois, have resolved that if they didn't get married this year leap year somebody would be to blame. The senior class in William's college, have sent a communication to the Aurora paper offering to take the lot. They sav that now, having been four years under college discipline, exiled from almost all inter course with the fac similes of Adam s rib, we think with Shakspcare, that there is ' a tied in the affairs of men,' and that the time for that knot has come to us." Is'o sooner had I finished than Albert, with a merry chuckle nobody can chuckle like him ; when he chuckles he chuckles all over tapped me on the shoulder and exclaimed : " Jupiter ! thereby hangs a talc." " Ah, ah !" said I. " Would you like to hear it, Seth ?" Of course, if there is an end to it, and any point to the end :" V ell, there are both, according to my way of thinking. Any how, with permission I'll tell the yarn. Of course you know where Aurora is one of the smartest towns in the West ? It lies just below Geneva, on the Fox river, and is in Kane county. Whether the county was named after or for the tforth Pole Kane, and the town called Aurora because the Aurora Iiorealis shines brighter at said Pole than anywhere else, is a question that some future no menclators may discuss ; but one little item you may bet your life on they raise the prettiest girls that ever made a fellow's mouth water." How do you know ?" " How do know ? Wasn't I at Geneva this last winter one whole month on business, and was I not at Aurora every day, to see our old friend Jack Spaul ding, who has just hung out his shingle there and gone into the practice of the law or, rather intends to, when he gets a case ? Of course I was ; and as Jack is death among the ladies, he trotted me all around, ouht Ah, Seth, you ougljjt to go to Aurora you ' But the tale." ! Why, you see, one glorious afternoon, when it was just cold enough out doors to make it comfortable by Jack's old Franklin, while he was dozing away over somebody, I forgot who, no matter on con tracts, and I engaged in my usual occupation, read ing Dickens, Suddenly there came a tapping, as of some one gently rapping at the office door.' Jack, while visions of a fair client who wanted to get a divorce, or get rid of a testy guardian, filled his mind, cried come in !' and in walked two special consta bles of Cupid." "One was a noble looking girl eyes as dark as the future to a fellow who doesn't know where his next meal is coming from, and cheeks as deeply red as a Cambridge professor. Ah, Seth, she was a per fect goddess : the other well, I won't say anything about the other, for she hasn't much to do with my story." But how came they there ?" " Why, up the stairs and through the door, to be sure ! but their object ?" " Yes, their object 1" " Why, that was to invite us yes, Jack and me, to a leap year ride ball supper, and all of that." . "You?" ' Yes, me ; and she of the black eyes, too, was the identical one who would be very happy to have my company on a little sleigh ride to Geneva, to wind up with a little warm flip, a hop at 's and a slide home by starlight." . , "Did you go?" " Did I go ? Jack went, and could I back out ? Besides it isn't every day that a man gets such an offer. : At 5 P. M., we started one of the merriest crews that ever went any where : thirty single sleighs they don't go in for your great double arks there. With a hip and a hurrah, off we speed, and over the road we skimmed, like a comet dashing along the milky way. The girls were excellent whips, and my black-eyed Kate was a Genesee Mills, extra super- nne. fctic had selected tier steed with admirable taste "As well as her beau" " Get out ! His neck arched like the Thames Tunnel, and his broad breast marked his noble strength, while his slender legs told you volumes for his swiftness, which were backed up by the very -xmi 1 iv. iic i via tjj iiivm tin um iiiiu -ivaie led the grand procession, prouder, I dare say, than any Julius ever was of any triumph." " What did you talk of on the road ?" "Of the weather, the delightful sleighing, the differences in horses, &c. After supper came the hop well, now it was a hop none of your tame parlor dances, through which the parties go with the same precision that two old chess players move, who have played draw games for the last half century no, sir! It was a regular Western hop but if you want it described any further, you must do it yourself, words can't express it it was action, action, sublime, God like action' that's what it was. But like every thing else it had an end, and we were off on the road again. "And here I must confess that I had been some what coquettish during the evening, and had with no little satisfaction seen those black eyes still on me wherever I moved. Was I wrong to enjoy it ? Hot often had I been served the same way. And when it came to go, of course I couldn't find my overcoat, and my hat was missing ; so I called to my aid half-a-dozen misses, who sort of half hunted for them and half not, and under the shawl of one of 'whom 1 at last discovered the one, and under that of another the others Kate all the while standing by, and looking as demure as I have a thousand times under similar circumstances. And then I got into the wrong sleigh, of course, by accident, as you will perceive, when I tell you I slapped the naughty girl who kissed me for being where my room was better than my company, as she laughingly said. Kate, meanwhile, quietly standing with the ribbons in one hand, and ready with the other to help me in. " But, as I said before, at last we were on the road again ; but what a change had come over the spirit of Kate. On her way up, she was all talk, mirth and fire : now she was all silence, abstract; ness. T - i uuu tmuo" oiwi cuugut ner sentiments, and. aunougn ne started off ahead, the acknowledged icaueroiine party, half a mile had not been gone, eSght6 CTery PaSt him and far g0ne 0ufc of " On vre went upon a slow trot, tiae reins swinffinff as loosely as a clouiea line in a gale-of wind ; at last they dropped from the hands of Kate and hunS trem bgly oyer the dasher. And now, jhalf asleep, half bewildered, I felt a gentle arm crawling stealthily around my waist, while my hand was clasped bv tapering fingers, whose pressure grew every moment more perceptible ; and then came the gentle weight of glorious curls upon my breastj and up-turned eves of strangest beauty met my perplexed gaze. Where was I ? Was it a dream ? Or was I suddenly bereft of reason ? Was it a voice I heard pronounce, with tremulous tone, yet strong accent : Albert, do you love me V ' ' It must have been a dream. To be sure, my hand was clasped in hers her little arm was around me her eyes right opposite mine but then she didn't speak that was all my imagination, and so I made no answer but merely drew a long breath,, as one will, you know, when weary of a load lying upon his breast. The arm was clasped still tighter around me my hand was fast growing beautifully less in width, and more in length beneath its warm embrace Kate's black eyes were fast growing blacker and her face redder, when,- with a rich voice, whose gentle she " Yes. Albert I know vou love me, and Heaven onlyinows how truly I love 'you ! Trill you will vou. be mine ?" Kate ." renlird T. at the same time, giving her a kiss to show my willingness. " Kate, you must ask mv wife." It was too much. Kate took advantage of a woman's mivilese and fainted ! But the cool air brought her to, and gathering up the reins, I drove briskly into- town. I left in the morning. It you ever go to Au rora, don't say any thing about it. HOUSES & LANDS. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IX LA- IIA1NA FOR SALE. The undersigned ofltrs for sale a valuable estate, situated in the business part of Lahaina. on the main street, and now commanding a rent of $50 per month. The buildings ' and enclosures are in excellent repair. XiUWAiiu J.', aju-njj. Lahaina, Oct. 11, 1855. lb-cm OFFICE TO Apply to 2-tf LET, fronting on Nuuanu street A. P. EVERETT. TO LET BY THE DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH. The large Saloon over the Commercial Hotel, admirably adapted for a Concert or Ball Room. Private entrance if required. Enquire at the Commercial Hotel. 12-tf NOTICE. Persons desirous of renting or purchasing Real Estate, will do well to call on the undersigned," in i uuanu fctreet. 14-tf PENIIALLOW & PATY. TWO SLEEPING ROOMS TO LET, together or septirate furnished or unfurnished, and with or without board. P. C. DUCORRON, Corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu streets. 2U-tf TO REN T A S M ALL COTTAGE, in a large and airy yard, in the best part of Honolulu furnished or unfurnished, and with or without board. P. C. DUCORRON, Corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu streets. 20-tf TO LET. The spacious Store-room on Kaahumanu street, recently occupied by M. C. Monsarrat. Terms moderate. Apply to 19-tf R. COADY & CO. TO LET. A two story cottasre on Alakea street, near Hotel street. It has four rooms, cook house and out buildings. For terms apply to 19-tf B. W. FIELD. 300. FOR SALE A lot of fine land, well watered, together with a framed Dwelling and Cook House, situated in one of the pleasantest portions of Waialua, Oahu. Any person de siring a snug, quiet retreat, will do well to examine before pur chasing elsewhere. Apply to J. E. CHAMBERLAIN, Attorney at Law. 15-tf DWELLING HOUSE AND PREMISES FOR SALE. The undersigned offer for sale the Dwelling House and Premises on Kukui Street, built by John G. Lewis. The lot is about 75 feet on Kukui Street, and about 300 feet deep, and upon the premises are a Dwelling House, Servants' House, Cook House, &c, all built within the last fourteen months. Title Fee Simple. 14-tf For terms, &c, apply to A. P. EVERETT. BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE the well-known Building Lot adjoining the resi dence of J. H. Wood, Esq., on Nuuanu-street. It 3 un questionably the very best building site to be had at present in Honolulu. For terms, enquire of 12-tf W. II. JOHNSON. TO LET THE DWELLING HOUSE & PREMISES on makai side of Beretania street, lately occupied by Mr. Maxey. Apply to Honolulu, J uly 1, 185G-tf M. C. MONSARRAT. TO LEASE IN LOTS, THAT PIECE of Land, corner of Nuuanu and Kins Streets. Apply at the store of T. MOBSMAN & SON, Nuuanu Street. 4-tf. TO LET. THE formerly occupied by ,1. Kea Street., for further DWELLING HOUSE F. COLBURN,inMauna particulars enquire of A. P. July 1, lS56-tf. EVERETT, Esq. TO BE SOLD OR LET A LARGE AND commodious residence in Nuuanv Valley, about a mile aim a nun irom town. Terms moderate. Annlv to Honolulu, July 1, 1-tf W. L. GREEN TO LET. The COMMERCIAL BILLIARD LOON, Dining Room, and Bedrooms. Apply to SA II. MACFARLANE. ALSO, 'A il; UUA1AIKRCIAL HOTEL fc BIL- i,iAiiL fcALOON, Lahaina. Apply to II. MACFA R LA NE. TTonnluTu . July 1, 1-tf or to A. POTTER, " LANDS FOR SALE ! " r lUAUA Y 'At. KAS" lI A III .-flriA T; f Lami containin? 100 acres and on impcp mnhinin ja acres Doin pieces are well adapted for raising wheat, or any . L " ... " 1 " v.u.uiimi iw TUa.. ? 1 1 i. 1 . xi.cjr Wm ue sum separately, and cheap. Persons wishing to punasu wm piease apply to CIIAS. BARSTOW, "4m Lahaina. OFFICES TO LET-Overt 09 tf 00d recently occupied by 0. Hint' the shoe store of J. II. on, Esq. Apply to J. II. WOOD. JAR SOV9 250IVJ & CO., fllUKAKU.OF HATTFRV A n flT.At' LJ STREETS, have now in store and landing, a large stock of FALL DRY GOODS and CLOTHING, consisting in part of 200 bales brown Drills and Sheetings, i 250 100 50 20 liuuk, irom no. uou to JNO. XU, twilled and plain wide Duck, blue, whit?, gray and scarlet Blankets. mixed, white, scarlet and opera Flannels, 10 cases plain aud fijrured De Laintis. 20 " Merrimac. Pacific and 5 it u ti u u French Merinos and Coburgs, plain and figured Alpaccas aud Persians, cases Satinets and Cassuneres, Tweeds and Kentucky Jeans, Mantillas, Cloaks and Visettes. 5 10 10 5 1000 plain, figured and plaid Shawls, 1000 doz. wove and knit Wool Socks, 500 " mixed Flannel Overshirts, 500 " merino Undershirts and Drawers. nr.n ll ' 1 , ... ll u ( cassimere, satinet and Pants. 250 250 Overalls and Jumpers, ' w hickory and check Shirt3. 100 bales Batts and Wadding, And a large and well selected stock of Fancy and Dress Goods, wnivu nnrjr uuer iow at uifir new stanu, corner Clay and Battery envois, ouu rn.uvisvu. 18-30 CALIFORNIA WIXE. HENRIT RHODES, SOLE AGENT Ult rilt- SALE OP TIT 17! fl 17' AT TT T "V T' r UHiJi iA niAfi from th invnril nf rrr.hh'n t v,u., ui uvs Angeies, nas just received per Yankee, ca. js of lied and W hite Wine, which he offers for sale low. , This Wine is highly recommenilel by the medical men of Cali- iuiui ior invanas, ana presenbea by them m preference to any 15-tf WORKS OX THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. B'v X'h V IX THE SANDWICH jt- A9jL4i.j nneiy uiustrated. Bingham's History of do. do. -Cheever's Island World of the Pacific. " Travels in the Sandwich Islands. Jarves Scenes and Scenery in do. do. For sale by HENRY M. WIIITNEY, 13-40 Post-Office Building. HARDWARE STORE, WX LADD would invite the attention of purchasers to his very complete assortment of Hardware, consist- inr? in nart. a a fnlirir-.3 . in part as follows : locks of all kinds; brass anil iron hinges; Bras3 and iron screws; cut and wrought nails and spikes; Iron and copper tacks; bradsf marlinspikes; Caulking irons and malleta; iroAind wood bench screws; Iron vices; saws and planes of all kinds: Hammers; hatchets; axes; files; Pocket and table cutlery; plated ware; paint "brushes; Solar side lamps; corn brooms; curry and mane combs; Horse rope; ox bows; pit and cross-cut saws; Coffee mills, &c, &c, &c. Prices as low as the lowesH 20tf Fort street, near Hotel street. FINE POCKET CUTLERY Large 4-bladed, pearl-handled penknives Small " -in Large ivory-handled penknives three blades, bilver mounted, four-bladed penknives. Ladies' fine Penknives. Small and large nail nips. Gardner's knives- Patent cork-screws, razors and strops 0 For sale by 19-30 H. M. WHITNEY. HAVING Room of A. P. EveretL wilT at Vtvi Pxt above the Auction ens, shinpimr of s.aJn he .mess of Portward IT ens, shipping of seamen and iT3 umess of Portward A share of the public IatronIsrii08oircTted generally. 8-tf. TVUAIMTr JOHN PATY. , ";r" '""I'ns business trenpraiiTr a 21'tI. II. DIM0ND. cadence I shall never forget till my latest day, said : J 4 m MISCELLANEOUS. T2IS3 ELECTRO CHEMICAL IS ATIff S ' OF DR. BOURIJE, SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF SANSOME and Commercial Streets, opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel, San Frandn nrp HTWincr .the most extraordinary CURES of Fever and Aen Intermittent ami other fevers, Jaundice, Dis eases of the Liver, Kidneys, the Genital and Urinary Organs, all Sexual Disorders, Paralysis, Neuralgia, including Tic Doloreux, StifT.Toint and sir YiUo mnloved with astonishing success m DISEASES OF TILE EYE. Also, all Indolent Ulcers, Tumors, Swellings, Abcosses, Cancer of the Womb, all other affections or the umn, ana cancerous Affections generally, and Scrofula. These Baths seem to be Nature's own Hm.i milium for effecting cures where all other means would fail without them 5 and prove leyond the possibility of doubt, to all who take them, the iniquity of Medical practice which poisons the human system by administering to it calomel, arsenic, lead, zinc, iron, antimony, quinine, iodide of potassa, and a whole host of deadly drugs which remain in the system, and are EXTRACTED BY THESE BATHS. During nearly fifteen years I have never given even a solitary dose of oil or salts, much less any POISONOUS DRUGS, or herbs, and have NEVER seen a case in which they were requisite if Water Treatment was employed. "When will the people cease to be such simpletons as to hire men to POISON and BLEED them, while they also retain on their statute books laws against poisoning, maiming, and bleeding CATTLE ? Are the members of the human family less worthy of protection than animals ? I assert in the lace of this entire State and the world at large, that there never was, is not now, and never will be, a case in which PIONEER WATER CURE INSTITUTE, SoiitIicnt corner of Sansomc anil Coimurr- cial Si reel -4, opposite Hie St. Nicholas Hotel, fcS.. T.1 ...7 Sau Francisco. R. B01JRIE9 WATER CURE PHYSICIAN, Having every facility for the scientific administration of Water Treatment, offers the advantages of this natural, rational, and most efficacious mule of curing diseases, to invalids, in either acute or chronic stasres of sulfering, and especially to those labor ing under the RUINOUS EFFECTS OF CALOMEL, and Drug treatment generally. There are no nauseous or poisonous medicines to swallow or pay for, as Dr. BOURNE does not administer any whatever, nor bleed, cup or leech ; so it is not only the BEST but CHEAPEST system for restoration to health. MEW 0$. rfTUIE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE JL the balance of the carsoes of the Am. ships JO FIN GIL PIN and WASHINGTON ALLSTON- lately arrived from Boston, consisting in part as follows : Dry Goods, Cases Prints, Fancy do., do Muslins, do Denims, do ticking, bales brown drilling, cases blue drilling, do pant stuff, bales blue print, cases Nankin paut cord, uo cassuneres, uo wnue cotton, uo corset jeans, do sewing cotton blue ami white, do hickory shirts, do Buspenders, do seersucker coats, do linen thread, Bales lasting?, do Eng. white linen drill, do Navy duck, Irish linen, bales strips, do blanket, cases umbrellas, Bales gunny bags, cases palm leaf hats, do orange cotton, woolen stockings, mixed do, Fancy shirts, carpet binding. Shoes, &c, Cases men's goat brogans, do women's leather buskins, do native women's shoes, do men's patent brogans, do calf do. do fixed gaiters', do men's thick boots, do super calf boots, Rigging leather, pump do. Groceries, etc., Cases pepper sauce, do Eng Mustard, do tomato ketchup, do oysters, capers, do assorted herbs, do green peas, do sausages, do lobsters, do pickles, do tobacco, chemical olive soap, Boxes No. 1, brown soan. do white soan. Cases sweet oil, cranberry sauce, Blacking, tea, bags pepper. . .. Narallorcs, I'nints, elc, Cases spirits turr)entine, kegs black paint, do mineral red, cases verdigris, do blk varnish, copal varnish, do chrome green. Hardware, Cases copper rivits, hoop iron, assorted sizes, Bundles nail rods, copper tacks, Cases handled axes, iron and brass wire seives, Coffee mills, assorted cutlery, assorted tin ware, lliggers screens, sad irons, Casks lanterns, shovels, iron pots, Till locks, pad locks, etc. Sundries, Cases cologne, cases matches, Boxes glass 8x10, 9x12, 9x13, 10x12, 10x14, lleams wrapping paper, nests tubs, Bales corks, bbls lamps, bbls tumblers, Crates mugs, pitchers, cases axe helves, Baskets, nests reelers, boat kegs. ALSO. Furniture, fcetts painted chamber furniture, single bedsteads, chairs, murs, rrencn solas, - J - v d Willow chairs, door mats. Liiiml)er, S!niu;Ios, &c, ..x. icci pjiuc uoaras, planed and jointed. 0 do do pine do different qualities, to do shaved cedar shingles, 20 do spruce clapboards, o do pine, 30 do pine laths. ' 200 pr sash, 8x10, 9x12, 9x13, 10x12, 10x14, 100 doors assorted sizes and thicknesses, 60 blind Bolls wire fence. - doors, liVuSs withLame33'hand carts wheelbarrows, i t ari Yellow Metal, Nails, &c. v i viiow metai, lb oz, 38 oz, 20 oz, 22 oz, 24 oz, 26 oz 23 oz Kegs composition nails, 1 inch, U inch, ' do sheathing naUs, 2 J inch, 2i inch, . . eow 5-tf U. BKEWER, 2d, Fort Street jtreet. w"e REMOVAL IN NEW BEDFORD lk.e miS metllOd nf infnnnin.T our fvion.l . . o-".jj .iidL, yy c 11U.VC reuioveu. lO OUT Nccv Store, No. 24. South Wiir itne Dublin wnitu i i . (a few doors SOUth Of Olir former ltinr.N . i. . and call their attention tA k iL" VL1T1LK Pilot and Beaver Cloths .n .:. skin Cassimere, A estings, rely-made Clothing and FurnishhT Gxxls, together w th fill ncoii l ,... - . , Tailor's Establishment. J 1 or ALfeO, Seamen's Outfits on reasonable terms. New Bedford. 1st mo. 25, 1550. J & i' 1T REIVED .AND FOR SALE tjF the uudersigned. Boxes and half boxes Raisins, Currants, Carolina Rice.: Saw. Soft Shell Almorwu v.L very superior Chewing Tonacco .. ' uv x, isoo-tr. . vT. MOSSMAN &S0N. ON HAND FOR SALE Pic- half m cases of 50 lbs. each. , in pound and half pound bottles, Soap July l, 1-tf TON HOLT & nEUCK. 1 ST R,E9EIVED per bark AVERY and forsale by VZa tae ulers.gned, Blk. and Colored Silk Capes, real Thread Lace and a large assortment of Dress Trimmings, Ladies' and Gent's Kid Gloves. ChiWrw.'- s. it A- ' uaaies ana 17 tf O. CLARK, notel Street. EEfXlVEIH STEA3I CO AL, for sale by wujaot. II ON BP.mTPic jw .... L JL fcugar Mills. Pmwin xwc r-m v,,, ;- M7r, . A.Mf "' uurrci ttu'i cuuoren'a ChesL,ofTia rr '"'"e, jirassware Jy l, 1-tf " AUUl CLTH IHTW -1 " &c. &c, for sale by ROBERT C. JANION. 9? OIL A SUPERIOR ARTICLF for sale by B. W. FIELD. July 1, ISoV-W FA?,D WARE nOLLOWWARE,& EARTnENWARF KM. for gale, by Jy h lf K0BERT C. JANION gplg n P hii. LlJ Vf 25 lbs. each Sardines a Thuile. in , rucu aiisiciru. in nonri'i nnti n-iiT nnnnii hr.tM-, MISCELLANEOUS calomel, crude mercury, qnlW monv, iodine, or any other POISON, should have nrcspnic. lead, zinc. Iron, anti- 7 ---- . . . Deen, or oe.au- A,;,njfnrAH tf rnp numa.ii sybiciu, oi m ut-w bleeding, cupping ""r . - . mi fnrrhpr. that hundreds ortnou ; '1! mature craves through an ill-timed or over-dose of t n, ii-jf nnmlpr on these things. salts or ,ii. jjcu v - , . , , T noor and deluded victims of medical rascality desire health, I lvrl lx r,r ot.p mr.n at least, that I will so employ N ATURE'S AGENCIES of Good Food, Air, Pure Water,' Exe.r- cise. Cloth Waking if there be any strength left they shall speedily get perfec tly well in body, with minds so expanded to me kixVm philosophy, as thereafter to cause them to set their faces against all professional rogues or fools, and awake them to a knowledge bp nntasronistic to their own. Address, by letter or personally, DR. BOURNE, Water Cure ri, ' Ktiw- rrrn5itA St.. Nicholas Hotel, ban KVarifispn. imnorter into this State of the FIRST and ONkX ri( lio-htful and beneficial Electro- Chemical Baths, and whose experience in their use warrants him in sneaking of them in the terins he employs. They require great oani.v.r. i.iminisrf.rinrr Hipm. nnd Dr. Bourne never entrusts iif .Intir fr nflira thin avoiding all flanCTCr. uk u.j o - - v nruTTiin ijT o many lying ana iorgea ceruuraics, uuv ,1 , editorial recommendations are published, that tnose irutijxui statements of facts which Dr. Bourne could offer, are withheld, rather than any should suppose they were merely " got up. Try Consultations without charge, and charges very moderate for the benefits conferred. m nrrr.K nrnT!-sttrt: CTTllE rif curable is the motto of Dr. BOURNE. - O In Chronic or Acute Rheumatism, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Isthmus Fever, ALL Nervous and Sexual dis ordersin fact, in all cases, the WATER CURE is of UNEQUAL ED VALUE. Apply personally, or address by letter, as above. . O" PARTICULAR NOTICE. .03 The " Russian," Digger Indi.m ! Turkish, or Egyptian " Steam CONSEQUENCES to Weak Lungs, Palpitating Hearts, and de iiic 111 rriinun ui imiudu unuua w iui nil Liicir L$ bilitated Digestive and Nutritive Organs, are NOT Water Cure, anu Dear no more relation to that glorious system than does 1 horse to a red herring, notwithstanding all the false representa tions to that effect. Dr. BOURNE is the Pioneer and only Water Cure Physician on the Pacific Coast, and is dailv demonstrating his skill in his art with the highest success curinsr those whom the medical fraternity had placed almost beyond the confines of nope ; such being the general character of the cases demanding and receiving relief at his hands. Let them continue to come and be HEALED ai?d converted, to this wiser and better way. 19-3m II. IfiACfOEEil & CO. a Ri FEli FOR SALE AN INVOICE OF ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN GOODS, just iciveu per oAut, irom iJremen, consisting in part as follows Dry Gooils, Sec, Bales mourning prints, fancy prints, printed jacconets, Printed muslin, muslin robes, muslin de laine, spot muslin, Embroidered muslin dresses, book muslin, Ladies' morning dresses, shirtings, white cottons, MaddaiMjllans, ginghams, cotton drills, platillas, silesias, Bed quilts, thibet, linen, linen and woollen damask, Cambric shirts, linen table-covers and napkins, Woollen table aud piano covers, Linen cambric handkerchiefs, &.c, &c. Silica, &c. Black and col'd watered silk, black and col'd satins, Silk dress patterns, embroidered crape snawls. Barege shawls, gange do., silk and lace mantillas, - Silk marabout3, ladies' mantles, silk bed-coxers, Silk and satin cravats, silk corahs, . Fancy silk and satin ribbons, Velvet ribbons, ladies silk hose, silk parasols, Silk umbrellas, silk frintwa nm! tncsola Xrn Sr J- CI Ol hi II-', Shot. A-c. Cloth ooats, alpaca coats, cloth pants, Linen aud cotton drill pants, white and fancy vests, Flushing pants, gent's boots, shoes and lasting gaiters, -Ladies' kid and satin shoes, do. iraitf rs. c , Riding hats &c. &c. &c. CroeUery& Glassware. JJinner plates, vegetable dishes, meat do., wash bowls, . : Covered chambers, butter dishes, cut decanters, tumblers, Goblets, champagne glasses, claret and sherry glasses, Bubic linger cups. &c. &c. ' Hardware, Scc iron tin'd saucepans, table bells, bread baskets, Hand-saws, hand-saw files, cork screws, dogs' neck collars, YV ardrobe hooks, butcher knives, pen-knives, pocket do. Jack-knives, curtain rings, table spoons, tea spoons, .Needles, razors, scissors, screws, thimbles, &c, &c. &c. Saddlery. . .. Best English hogskin-seat saddles, with stirrups, belts, &c, complete, bridles, whips, silver-plated stirrups, Bitts and spurs, steel do. do.. s:.,Mi,: n,a roceries. &c. ' English ickles, capers, mustard, sweet oil, bottled fruit, Hestphahii hams. Swiss phppp Rtnri Jvme vinegar m demijohns, asstd. candies, &c, &c. nines and Liaiiors. Baskets champagne, cases St. Julien, do. Touillac, : tafies Madeira, do. sherry, do. Hock, (Hockheimes) u Holland gin in baskets of 1 doz. jars each, t i . ; rf wv.iij wiimu. uu. ui iters. Raspberry vine-Tar. ' Perfumery. uenuine Bubin's extract (warranted), eau de cologne, x lonaa water, eau de nvn Macassnr nil. X-r A-.- Sundries. - ""J -vr v) TT' US) uu- iquerea, umng ror carriages, corks. A rH Pf?,er' IadieS ,brcelets ear rings, breast pins, Artihcial flowers and plumes, oil paintings Piptfr ing9.a-saite buttons do., silk do., Loquet holders, hair brushes, tooth do., fans. Looking glasses, patent match boxes, shaving boxes Dressing cases, portmonaies, beds, powder-flasks, ir,C1,ga3' ,H?en aml cotton threatli watch keys, Si.g,d' ladies foot3tl, Piano stools, writing Ser Paper boxes, pocket and memorandum books! ink-sSmN ijverpointed neneils. nnwi r.ilfL,i-: .1 i . .... Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1S56. 11-tf TJIE OLD WINE AND SPIRIT STORF 0P?.ETe MOUSE, under Mr. he will sfli ,J '"Z L"1 "1C quality, and BRANDY 4 -vr--"aiiuuvance on the cost price. in r ii. ta i ... . l j . . A r i ... . .i i j i ii 46 Pilln r 1 ii ii m Ann ' m 4fc kporq 4Udiicr casKS GIN in pipes, (Swan Brand.) by the ALF. &r. unnTvn':: m indon. rr,,!, Barrels of Draught Ale. wiSsET' ChamPa Hock, Sauterne and other light - in IJIIUS and nnarfg oia anu nne. ti VJ, """, very Honolulu, July i, i.tf JSS FOR SALE, 1ER aien's calf Brogans. do lnfif?n riZ rans, WnmAn'. j '"3iujs wauers, Tierce, TiiZJ r. linen bosom shirts, Bp r,rw" urieu apples, Spirits of tnrnent n; c. . . ! . ..' . -..v-m uuer vmeear. a. rnmni.f s , . . . i rr,.i3 eiiu, xxests painted tnlj Cases patent charcoal laMSr w 8iaU0Dery rmegar, or sale by (6-tf.) II. HACKFELD & CO. PHfl2F?TES AOT FURNITURE FOR Superior lewo al Mif1 D iand and Ml?, Rosewoof Aa nd Mahogany Piano Fortes. Elegant heavy lS,S??S do BockWchS July 1, l-tx t.,i w Acust,cau3. , - , TON HOLT & nEUCK. fn? SJFD- 1Q0 3. fresh Canary seed. - o-" II. "T W I I ITTWTIi. ing, the Electro-unemicai Hours, that without a particie 01 aaoj.x - A complete assortment of fancy, col'd and white shirts; Under shirts, drawers, silk suspenders, gent's straw hats. Gent'3 fine woollen hats, children's ditto. 0 - 1 wu.uv, ui.u-uuuiti3. waiers theHc CaU th? attent!on of W fiends and lJlSJ of Wines, MISCELLANEOUS. THOMAS SPENCER SHIP CHANDLER AND IMPORT ilSk. WARE, Crockery, Whale Line, Casks. lw"4B, and every article of ShiD Chandlery -enuired hv trvVt eas and other vessels. ,,ue ahirj Sliip Climnllery. Crnft Jtc Anchors, Chain Cables, Hawsers, Anchor Shackle Chain and Topsail Sheet Shackles, Windlass Nhfr Brakes, Ships Cambooses and Coppers. ppers 814 Extra Stove linings aud Grates, Russia Iron Bake P Small Cabin Stoves, Boat Boards Masts and TimW113" Bey Spade'Poles, Grains, Gaffs, Pikes, Rowlock Composition Gudgeons, Boat Corks, Can and Sister tr Hooks and Thimbles, Open and Welded Thimbles ij Dead Eyes, Bulls Eyes, Leading Trucks, Ships Leaning, Boarding, Boat and Blubber Knives. Ixrs Mincing Knives, for Mincing Machines. Pitch and Try Pots, Crow Bars, (steel pointed) Boat Ruffs and Clinches, Fog Horns, Deck LiVM Hardwares iooit. WW m m . 0W. Side lights, Caulking Irons, MarlinspikesT nanan ligging Screws, Rigging and Pump TJJtC' Handcuffs, R Boat Hatchets, Saw Sets, Patent Saw Sets, . yr T T C i . T i - -'"cr. x iane irons, rjoiig awi coon jointers. Doulle an.l Single Fore Planes, Match, Bead & PWti Cut box Fillister Planes, Sash and Coping Planes. Grecian Ovelos, Handsaws, C. S. Backsaws. Compass Saws, Wood Saws, do do freuned. Hunt's C. S. Handled Axes, Broad and Narrow ixes Axe Hatchets, Broad Hatchets, Nail Hammers C S f Nail Hammers Adze "eye. Tack Hammers C. L. Coppering Hammers, Bright Saddlers do Drawin rr Blocks, Pat. Bushed, Double, Single, Davit & Cat do 65 Iron Strapied Blocks, Iron Hoops, Mast do. Bushed Sheaves Iron, do Lignumvitae. Jib, Fly Jib and Stay-Sail Ilanks, Hand Pumps. Copper Oil lumps, Upper and Lower Pump Boxes Chain Punches, Top Mauls, Bright & Black Screw Wnr, Bench & Hand Vices, Firmer, Mortice, and Socket rvT Firmer & Mortice Gouges, Large & Small Pincers mds Drawing Knives, Comimsses, Screw Drivers. Brace? & Bits, Auger & Center Bits, Eng. Augers Spike, Nail, & Ruffing Gimblets, Wood & Iron Spokestnra. Steel & Try Squares, Plumbs & Levels, Slicing Be vei- 7 ' Mortiec Guages, Box Wood Rules, (four folds) -Board Measure, Box Wood Rules, Box Wood Calliner Rn! Fine Ivory Rules, Grindstones, Sand Paper. " Grindstone Cranks, (with rollers complete). Oil Stones, Whetstones, Riflestones, Sandstones Sanded-Wood Rifles, Axe, Auger & Chisel Handles Brass Butt, Stop, & Key'd Cocks, Pat. Molasses Gates Eng. Steelyards, Improved Spring Balances. Self Shutting Gate Hinges, Horse Fleams, Halter Chains. Brad, Belt, Pegging & Sewing Awls, Cod & Fish Hook Gun Flints, Drop & Buck Shot, Bullet Mould. 00kS Cannon & Cannister Powder, Powder Flasks.. Percussion Caps, Shot Pouches. Ebony & Boxwood Pricker Pads, Sail Hooks & Prickers. Bed Keys, Bedstead Screws, Charcoal Furnaces. Pat. Smoothing Irons, (self heating), Sad Irons & Stands. Pat. "save all" candlesticks, Brass Binnacle Lamps. Solar side Lamps, Glass Lamps. Britannia Swing & Stand Lamps, Brass Swing & Bin'cle do Large Signal Lanterns, Copper Guard. Globe do do do Cone do do do Tin Lamp Feeders, Cotton Wicking, Solar Wicks. Chalk Lines, Chalk Line Reels, Cotton Clothes Lines. Clothes Line Hooks, Brass Lamp Hooks, do Cabin do. Brass Knobs, do Buttons, do Rack Pullies & roller ends con do Sa!i Fasteners,, do Socket Bolts, do Barrel do. Iron Barrel Brass Neck bolts, do straight do do Brass Flat do Brass Padlocks, do Chest Locks, Iron do do Iron Padlocks, Box Locks, Rim Dead Locks. Chain Spring bolts, Iron & Copper tacks. Finishing and Floor Nails, Finishing Brads. Ceiling, Boat, Clinch, Timber, Lap and Wood end NaUs. Foot Nails, Cut do assorted, Wrought do do. Wrought Spikes, Eng. Scupper Nails, Am. do do. Composition Sheathing Nails, do do Coppering do. Brass Gimlet Screws, Iron do do, do Wire, Brass do & Buttj Iron Butts, Iron Gate Hiages, Composition Strap Hinges. Blind Fasts iiml TTinwa Tt-jf.l-.ri t,i.i it: 6 Hand Bells (all sizes), Sheet Lead, Brick Trowels. C. S. Shovels and Garden Hoes, do Rakes and Spades. Ruffs and Clinches (for hose), Brass Curtain Rings. Flat and half round Bastard Files, Cabinet Rasps. Four square, Rat tail, Pit Saw, and Taier Saw Files. Half round Wood and Iron Rasps, Log Slates. Slate Pencils, Log and Account Books. " . ' Memorandum, Pass, and Cargo Books. - Fine Buck and Cocoa Carvers. Table and Butcher Steels Butcher Knives, Table Knives and Forks Jlazors. Sheath, Jack, and Shoe Knives, do Nippers. Razor Hones and Straps, Lather and Hair Brushes. Dressing Combs, Fine Iv ory Tooth do, Fine Scissors & Shears. Glaziers Diamonds, Sign Gold Leaf. Suwarrow Spurs. German harps, Steel Pens, Penholders, Letter & Bill Paper Account Sales Paper, Black Ink in bottles, do in bWa. Camel's Hair Pencils, Sash Tools. . Marking, Paint, Whitewash, Dust, Scrub, Floor, Tar, Shoe, and Horse Brushes, Horse Mane Combs, Currs Combs. Birch and Corn Brooms, Cocoa Broom Stuff Paint, oils fc Naval Stores. Cordage. Provisions, Sc Cabin Stores. Crockery ate. Carpenter's Sc Cooper's Tools. Nautical Instruments, &.c" Slops & Gcutcel Clothing. Jyl-tf ' FOR SALE BV THE UNDERSIGNED Cotton duck Nos. 1 to 10; anchors and chains, Russia and Manila cordage, ljto 7 inch; Beef a d pork; medium bread; butter in kegs; Towlines; bbls salted tongues; cases preserved meats; Cases preserved green peas; cases preserved green corn; Cases assorted sauces; cases assorted English pie fruits: Cases assorted English pickles; cases claret wine: Cases olive oil; cutting falls; Cases men's goat brogans; cases men's calf brogans; Cases women's shoes; denim pants and frocks; Hardware of all kinds; crockery of all kinds; Glassware and cutlery; groceries of all descriptions:' " ' Dupont's powder in 1 lb cans; . Cane and wood seat chairs, various patterns; Bales monkey jackets; bales thick pants; Bales blankets; rolls Brussells and tapestry carpets: Ships' cambooses and cabin stoves; , Tea; coffee; sugar; assorted spices; : wis iew England rum, 1 ases marten urandy, Bbls pure spirit, Half pines irin. In Bond. - Boat anchors: whali corn and hickory brooms; bales wrapping paper: Boxes chocolate; hair, paint and whitewash brushes: Thin clothing of all kinds; And a variety of articles adapted to the retail trade. t , ALSO, Bales denims: bine drills? onioi-rr pv i e ' - 7 uiromvi. assuiKUt ZU-tl -r c J. C. SPALDING. CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE, assorted, at the lowest market rates, a full assortment of Eastern and Jregon consisting of LumDer, suitable for building purposes, Eastern white pine, 1 to 2 inch plankj (4 Oregon C( uoarus, r fboaids, timber, joist, scantlin-, and plank of aU fiired, Eastern and California shingles, Pine Clapboards, . . ' . : - ' Yellow pine and Oregon flooring, ?V. Boards tongued and grooved ready for use. ; ALSO, A good assortment of Boston made doors, sashes, blinds, door and window frames. ct. . , ALSO, Shortly expected per " CEYLON" a superior assortment of white pine boards, clapboards and 100 M. A. 1., Aroostick white cedar shingles. (3. n. LEWERS, ' Fort Street J Un.LIfECEIVED FROM SAN FRAN" fO per FanA-ee,and for sale by th-3 undersigned vm. a iUiuma vneroots, superior, 1 Case Pongee Ilandkerrhipfa. - 10 White Embroidered Crape Shawls, i. 1 " blue twilled Flannel, scarlet" " . - 6 Bales 4-4 Cab. brown SheetingSi 15 Pieces Canton Crape, black and brown, Backs superior Flour, Brogans Superior Black Tea, in papers, ,Q .f3 6uPerior Tobacco, J fl piugg. -18'lf ; A, P. EVERETT. ANCHORS AND CHAINS. TMPANvSiF rF TIIE HUDSON'S BAT o t V a t vu Y ?5ers for 8ale at the following cash prices : CIIAIS, per lb., 6 cents. ANCHORS, " 8 " 5 sorted sizes. If on time, a smnli ntTTqnna n i wvt-mT liJiia i v o.. mo itwve prices ur Wr n 'Ste3 wm betaken in Uquidation at the rate of O per Cent. Premium fn V.a : Honolulu, 23, 1856. , j3-tf PORTWBE. Just Received per AGNES GARLAND Tukc, IIoINwortIi Sc Co., London. A small quantity of GENUINE! PnnT10".... nnal 3tnat8oiabDmyth last year, and at a very reduced price UOFFSCHLAGER & STAPENII0RST. a-ti - . A?S,N-E?'S NOTICE. THE UNDER Signed havmir huen nniw,inla,l s . . - A (1. fhPii r "f Jou3 nteIa persons having claims agains 5 EL f r esate are herehy quested to become parties in the need of assignment, and all ncranna tn,u.j .i.T n make Immediate payment to - n n WATERMAN, 4-tf. Assignee. 5 3VI. CEDAR SHINGLES. 40 M feet 1 inch WTiit Tir r i o r 1 inch tongued and grooved Flooring. Sh ,6 inw cashes and Blinds of assorted sizes. T Forsale by -11. il AJ IULlU FTElS AT,, COMMERCIAL Hp- ami Quarts. (Ai SUGAR, Sugar in SO TONS SUPERTni -KnoWS Honolulu, July 1 1-tf hlf bbla and 50 tons in mats, for sale by ALDRICH & BISHOP. 5-tf.