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II . a v. ' - .. ; v v -. - I ' . . - v- -: . . I" s- . W . ,- ---: - .... .. ' .' ;'.' v vwsw.tt iih ain i rati nw a a vTork in the year 1858. and reached San ;Lia 103 dy; 1866-7 she retained home 7 . . la ioo imanara to Ball JJ - T.-i j . V. l iu, , JUU days, aut wurw ww. ui yy OATS. 7 San Francisco, end arrived out in 102 i.m Scro" e,c"'"K 3t "u am vea cere in frcI3 c MurKlDjr J,t the foot of Pike street. Thus it will be S in 811 " i uaa never more than 103 days in accomplishing a t&.tt wi miles: and her trmn tn"n ... .l MtnaeeatiTe rears ha tmm or IU1 " " MMJ t the meeting of the Emperors of France ! fSte near (iicfiviu io tneir . ifhe room in which the all-imnn rt., -I . . .-.-(luiwm CTr signea, was exciting and affecting . - no nerson entered with tdam i f . wf ' . ' . . """ kuu lrS'1 1 "S wuiOKlC, arine. to a deaa silence by the gravity of fJLkn. 'In theT gain returned to their I rthwwt iron beam ever rolled in one piece, was I , time since at the works of the Trenton ?i s Iron Company ; it is forty feet four inches r,r. aJ Dlne incbea thick. Last week this tm'm tesel. when it showed great strength. Sui tested was thirty feetj the pressure being PL; center. The pressure was gradually increased f jO pound, when the bar showed a deflection of feU Eeccpt. The receipts of the American L-j of romrijLsioners for Foreign Missions for tre 66'1,018.8i This is the largest sum re Ci4 jaine any one month since the Board was UiijL The receipts for the months of June and ZftsMDted to abont SIOT.OX). The total re L fcr the year ending July 31st. including foj ind legacies, amounted to 326,000. jjy ,ae loves to read again Sir William Jones v sntws twasl-uion from the Persian F11 . . . w . ()B m ' mm .uii ft tig Uvia IkU'at while U araind thee railed, M, tfci rxii? H thy Iikiit lep, jjj, &t Muxf'tt smile, whfle ll arnond the weep. WT nflTTTATTfllM TUT Arfrrrn t yiOu uuiiuAuui x ii 1 1 fi X r. r ; O RAITS COMPLIMENTARY FAREWELL TESTLTIO.MAL . AND LAST ZESDAY EVENING, NOV. 10, 1859 CORRESPOND EXCE. Sr. G. GoUowag, tf the AUegkanitau mnd SwitM BtU utenigoed, bearing that you are about learmjr oar city p3cn.ia, en route fur Horope. and aware of the icreat ex tfm ateewarily been at in civinjr J oar eoocerta, ap K tlM foor talent as vocalieu. and aa a manifestation nr-t in Uch we bold yoor efforts, bee leTe to tender ii benefit to be given on some evening that yoa may p4sifnae. We are, C: Thomas 8raxcsa, H. M. Witrrsrr, Eowabo UortUAMS, C. L. KlCBABDS, N. U Iscols. iy. n. ruri, A. P. Etuctt, Hasav PunxaoaST, H. McfsBLasB. JZ S!-VrOOMBBT i. wtusLif a Co., Joss Darw, J. PtXLaa, I. Pcwn.TX. M. S. OanrBant, W E. Cttbsll, W ttuia Won, G. & Sbttb Tuiun Wabbbx, ft W. jlTUAXCX, t WUBMO, 1?IATT, I SuTUiJD, nu, IS-Brtscaa, eta roes, lus Kuasassta, r. SarsLM, Hi, IsoUOKB, V bra, t rtcmsanra, nootrt.c. Nor. 9. Tie teetHenef D. L. Gregg, II. if. intranet, Thomas Hir, Lift., mud ether t. Pr-tnti : I bare tiiis morning received yoar note tmdT ls 'mwtxt. BmiTrr. prior to oar drparture from this 'lot vhile awpting this kindness permit me on behalf of Ilethatui." to rrtnrn yoa their most heartfelt thank for weiijected sianifcutnion, ami to asare yoa that while nrmrnryiari brr will ever hoi 1 in their memory the re Busnt the ihnnichtalne of those friends in Honolulu who taeai Ives by such a kindness. fmU n-pec.fuily desiicnate Tni KiD.U KTKXtXO, Sov. i ae dm ntta-le t the convenience of the Cmany, aa si m ?turrUy nest. O Truly yours. D. O. WALDRON- Xiar of the AUegjhanlana and Swiss Bell Kingera. ADMISSIOM V'Bmxs. 810 00 Kiiriv 1 50 a. 1 00 so r Dir oorti at 7 Concert commences at S oVIock. -! can be secored at the Bos OSce each day, from Pfa be serwred at the Stores of II. W. Severance, CapC . Nr. Whitney's Book Store, Hotels, c' 1 Tiis will be the la it opportunity of bearing this Com- y aul on &uarusy next k Australia TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. ECXDKRSlfixE! WILL BE AT HIS ?o Earns feireet every gaturday, fruta V o'clock A. tcio:B r. ontU rurtber notice'. WJI. WEBSTER, Tax Collector. B. SX1.BS. johasox & ALLEY, PEXTERS te. BUILDERS. 4 dsra ? a. n. Bobiuoo, SaddUr, Fort Street, near corner of Mas sod 3peeificati'ios made ; also. Jobbing io general. r n tntrustol to tbem will be filled with punctuality and 4CSSELL, BAY OlClSLANDS, NETV ZEALAND. E.VRI DATIS A; CO., SHIP CHANDLERS, Hae As;esfa.ansl General Csnanni si lerebaiBitsw ijECOXSTAXTLV OX IIAXD A LAKGB 'nseot of recnuu of every description required by Ipa ejrtange on the faited States and Europe nego- ISI-Sm 1 3Ie f (ins: of Ilonolnlu Sailors' IUcie Society. Bethel, Ttmrsday evening. November 17. at it aeporu of Treasarer and Executive Committee J1" prts-Med. ?ix new Trustees wiU be elected in which retire, in accordance with the Charter. A rTr of sinabers and the paMic is invited. JV'DV kn, t.... 1 . :.,t . "A. 8- Cook. H. M. KiMSBlMBBA IV-, H. HiCxrsLD, ' J. BUSET, f It v ' Brr. m 4-obwib. --n oi term of otacs of six of tne memoers iM of Irustees T Wm flwrnt. i-8 . . " iJtJI.lt.IBI J p to Whoa it nay Concern. ' ( Z.l -J'ERSIGXED is not aware of the exisf- tfcj" 'saeaO'Bceas that mentioned In the doea V PfV-wbi good faith, aa a valid permit, to tbw V-LT. Inwbieb Waimea is situated, by tne . aiasaina aaentioned la it, and which reads as ' ncwoixur. Oct. 1L V4Z?r"l, Pnrt Wardens of Honotola, do grant an- aJ7i"f rafaias. and Cap. Sylvia, of bark George, privertedr of ancboring their rrspeeuve wesTl Uua Aiooi la givs liberty t their rs- . - Kgnrt. THOMAB 8PC5CKB. Mns.' other permtts sf a imOar kind u the poa uZs. to, masters of wbaleships, which are ktkMI . . . . k. 1 . .LUk AM . " to, masters oi wnsMmuii, w. - m-T' w Buslead, 'Tl"001 fir notice that HoooJulu, Labaina, ,aku, Kolna and HanaiH, are pen to whale fishery, and an the porta above "yst,areopentomtKlianl itssils. and thetr Depwtiea. and no other per Z2 prrstts to awreaonf vttU, to pro toaL?V" beiax jTorta of jbrry, tor porposea aT?1 W. GOODALK. y Oct. 38, XSAO. . 181-U and Cigar Stose, ChaiOat Wbaaf, Ilooolala. rvv?wi.w t;w; ij r u i-- ""i irom that month np to theT?. 1840 took np their resident 40 bodtt. 'wfehfcf ha' from the headwaters of th 7PBW r aa euniion to 'Wi Sff Had9on, Mr. Lowing harinR I-ndon TurT v' ,h Pab,i of "J pnpC S-turniv. was ".top-, dajs iu that city, who wUhJi . ."J0""""!? fw tSPAALLEtgD Gen EROS ITT. The V V IJ .pcrhl STotitfs. XOTICR !Th. l , .... . Mxuag of the Haiku Surar l(-Ot Secretary. Jl tk. mLk!LLU r,fles attextiom- 11 lna after th.s date, noUces for drills will t ti as heretofore. iiL v.rir rrilU Win behfU1 Armory of the Corps vuai,h oo-ciock, P. M. Per orders F. C. KKrGEK r ' Orderly Sergeant. Captato. Head Qoarters. IIoch1u1u Rifles, I April 9, 1859. I li5u POLYXESIAX Kf'lMIiirx-r T . . If x- - noer me jurisdiction of the K. W. Q. Lodge of the Cnited States. The regular meetings of this Encampment are ...... va ctca mtuiLU T : i . . - ... vu u ih ana .mi fkidav k I'Yivnj , . mmcm ua iMiung memoert are respectfully invited to attend ,r , . er Urder. C. P. Honolulu, Nor. 10, ISM. i;ntf IIOXOLULU LYCEUM. The members of th" above AssociaUon are hereby notifled that Uie meetinn nf th. Society wiU be held at 7J o'clock every FRIDAY EVENING. . , . ' ' "e rooms unuer fort btreet thurch. Per order, Itt-Sm EBANZ BJNDT, Secretary. E. Si A. 31. Lb Pbocbes db L'Ocbasib Lnnr.v Vn. 124, under the jurisdiction of the Supreme CoancU of the Grand Central Lodge of France, working In the ancient Scotch Rite, holds its regnlar meetings on the Wedneailsv immit the full moon of each month, at the old Lodce Room, in Kliir Street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend. Angustis. 160-tf DUDLEY C. BATES, Secretary Awy ! who profraaea ts naderatand all trades and sciences, assumes to impose an absurdity upon the public. On the same principle, any medicine which pro fesses to cure all diea.-g, is unworthy the slightest confl I deuce, and should at once be denounced as a quack nostrum. The Unefenberg ramuy jtieaicines ao not assume to cure au diseases with one remedy. They have elveen different medicines. each adapted to its peculiar disease ; and time has proved, be yond a question, the efficacy and certainty of these preparations. Their list comprises the following medicines : Grjefenberg Vegetable Pills; Marshall's Uterine Catholicon; GrvEfenberq Sarsaparilla ; GriEfenberq Pile Remedy; . GruEtenbero Dysentery Syrup ; Green Moentain Ointment ; GrjEfenberg Children's Panacea ; Grefenbero CoNsrMPTiTE Balm ; Gr-cfenberq Eye Lotion: Gb-efenberg Feyir and Ague Remedy ; Gr-efenberg Health Bitters; Grxfenberg Manual of Health; For sale by S. PORTER FORD, Agent, Honolulu. Genera! Agents, REDIXGTOS It CO. 1224m Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco. The Crsrfeabrrg Sarsaparilla. A power ful extract. One brittle equal to ten of the ordinary Sana parilla for purifying the blood. A sure cure for scrofula I rheumatism, ulcers, dyspepsia, salt rheum, mercurial dis. J eases, cutaneous eruptions, Ac. THE GREEX MOUNTAIN OINTMENT. Invaluable for burns, wound-, sprains, chilblains, sores, swell ings, scrofula, etc As a Plain Extract, it cannot .be excelled affording immediate relief from the most excruciating pains. The Gr-efeaBcrg MeUicin- 8. PORTER , General Agents. BEDINGT0N 24m Wholesale DrsgUts, ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATER ! VOCAL ANDIfisTRUMEHTAL CONCERT. Friday 1 veiling, ZVoTemfocr 11, CIVEX 131 Mr. E. HASSLOOHER, Pianist, formerly Conductor of the Italian Ojiera in Havana, and Musical Director of TLalUrg A Vicuxtenips' Concerts in the United Slates and Canada, and Mr. A. WALDAU, Violinist of the Rr.yal Con-rvatory cf 5IuIs of Leipsic, Pupil f the celebrated Maestro, Spohr, aabtcd by several dis tinguished Artists. , XT For particulars, see PROGRAMME of the day. NOTICE! 7 To Shipmasters, Officers, and others interested. ASY SHIPMASTER. OFFICER. &c. desir ous of obtaining an accural and reliable method of ascer taining the Losgitids at sea, without the aid of a Chronometer or through a l unar Instance, can obtain full explanation of the Rule appertaining to it. by applying to. GEO. S. KEYTE, late of the schooner Kameh.imela IV. In cw of accident to a Chronometer, or Sun and Stars being obscured fur any length of time, Oiis will be found important and US4rruL tt Capt-'Keyte can be soen during the day at the office of the "Commercial Advertiser"; and, during hours for udy. 6 to 9 P. M., at his Private Residence, 2io. i Montgomery's Row, over Smith's bridge. m tf SSOO REWARD ! LOST. AT SEA. FROM BAKER'S OR jtgt jie Nantucket Island, on the 30th September, an iron VTx- boat and an iron can buoy. When they went adrift were uTgSod onler, marked In white paint, American Guano Co.," and in Mark paint the name t the makers, u Secor A Co., Nov eUy Iron Works, New York." They probably floated toward the westward, and may be (alien in with by wha ers. M ho ever will deliver the above in a usable cond.tion shall be re warded as follows : Fr the tat, if deH vered at Baker's Island, or $500 at Honolulu; for the buoy $200, at "her. " SOOIonolulu. gaperinteDdiDg mF0oaDo Co. To Shipmasters Visiting Gaam, La HrAne Kl.inds. DR. GEORGE BEGS TO RETURN his thanks to the masters of the whaling fleet for oast favors and would Inform them that he still : .i Li .tn.i r rtrnv Shinrhandlerv and Dry Good, store, and that he experts in the coming "J T ' t j - i nn.ntitv of roods reauired by the neet. which he bope. w.li rire r-nr.1 faction. He also begs to Worm m2r?of ship, that they w.U have no difficultr ta pro S the recruiU to be had on the island, as he w.U alwjy. h.V on ha.l a large supplv, which can be had on the shortest natVSl'm.k.Thl. business to , atUmd -'- easesof sieknes All orders received will be rxreuted wtin SnrreatepromTtitude. Goods and recruits can be P SKnnr bllU of exchange on the Sandwich falandj. Cabins would dowelltocallaod.ee Guam, a. U U n used to be. ; WINES AND SPIRITS! DAILT EXPECTED PER BARK x?cr,mxi.&oz. Allstoxxi" AND FOR SALE TO ARRITE BT J. O. SPALDING. C QUARTER CASKS AXD IO OCTAVES OF O Hennessey's dark brandy, 10 quarter casks - Harmony" sherry, 10 barrels rye whisky, 100 case champagne cider, M gross wine corks, 23 baskets champagne. 300 one-half boxes sardines, . 100 cases - London Jockey Club" Scheidam fin, 21 bhls old Bourbon whisky, 1(n,. S half pipes " Bivierre" brandy. tao-lf Salmon ! ISO BBLS. SPRING SALMO, received ex bite arrivals, and warranted Ho 1. For sale low by nr, C. A. JUT. F. POOR. 180-tf FOR SAI.E I ....rrnvrruTIVl WITH Tl book of instructions. A good nd m & U cheaper Peraou who J enaser. yyj lio-tf Ship Milwaukee. Per Josiah Bradlcc mvnW TOBACCO. 1-2 POUND are for sale by I ORTER FORD, I Agent, Honolulu. CO, , San Francisco. TERMS QUICK GRBilT BARGAIN!; t AT I T. EMPORIUM ! SPLENDID Some of which have been purchased at QCTION AT LESS THAN CHINA COST Paper Mosquito Baskets, Netting, Chow Chw do. Double Wri- Ladiea' Wri- ting Desks, ting Iesks, Camphor wood Ladies' Work chcuts, painted Boxes, nests leaOier-cor'd do, Tea Poys, Extension Feather Fans, chairs, rouml rat Sandal tan do, children's Wood Fans, do, lixs fire Grass crackers. Cloth hdkfs, BxsJoss Silver Sus- Sticks, flower pender stands. Buckles, Chinese Plain and Spittoons. Fancy do. , Hats, Whtmai'uc. . China Rice. 100,000 A 1 Manila che roots, cs Manila twist ends, Crimson .Ik Bandas, crimson Pon gee hdkfs, white do. do., black Levantine do, blk sewing silk, colored do do, blk satin. Embroidered satin aprons, checked Shanghae gauze. Levantine shades, embroidered crape shades, embroidered shades, very superior shades, nests leather trunks, boxss Fouchong tea, boxes fine -Oolong tea, bags China rice, chests camphor draw ers, flower pots, pith hat. be sides many other varie ties of Chinese goods In stock. ALSO ' All IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF OTHEH GOODS, JUST THE THING FOR THIS MARKET ! XT And calculated to suit every complexion. X N. B. Early application necessary to secure choice lots. JOHN TH03. WATEUHOUSE, 179-tf Fire-Proof Emporium. POSTSCKIPT. AT J, T. WATERHOUSE'S rinTJ-pnoop EMPOEIUM. SPLENDID CRAPE SHAWLS! mllE UNDERSIGNED II AVIXG THE BEST JL assortment of China Shawls, would invite eany purcnasers to secure the best choice. 169-tf J. T- WATERH0CSE, CHARLTON WHARFo WIXE, SPIRIT AXD SECAR STORE ! H . . v. v. -Awc-bT v, t'CIU c T" "I Pill the attention oi n is nu incwii, w urc tiuuiti.icminiijl w iwly established place of business, where be has on band his ne .Marten saara nraiiiij, Otard, Iupery k CT.'s pale brandy, Pinet, Castilion dark brandy, Tknfrnnnifkn .ml Amontillado slierrv. Lsndan bwtdrd Prt Wine, especially recom- snenarn. Ale and Porter, In pints and quarts, of every brand in the market, Double diamond ale, a choice article, Oin In 1 dosen cases, Brandy in 1 rtoreu cases, Kum in 1 dosen cases, ' Irish whisky in 1 dnsen cases, Scotch whisky in 1 daen cases, Orange bitters Sachem bitters. Claret, champagne, pine apple rum, ssrin a rwl krimAr hmfult. 100 M HAVANA SHAPED MANJLA it1 rc N. B. Ships' stores put on board duty free. 130-tf DAILY EXPECTED! AND FOR SALE BY iT. O- & X -A- Xj 33 I 3N3T Gr , THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE PER WASHI1TGTOU AT-IiSTOW 6 CASES ROB ROY CANTON' FLANNEL., high colored, 6 tins water, ' 2 tins butter, 30 cases assorted crackers, 1 tin wine, 1 tin soda, 1 tin sugar, , 3 cases prints, 20 barrels pilot bread, 3 carriages, (fancy bugcles.) 10 cases Mer. two blue pri nts, 1 case togie irons, 3 cases denim frocks, 84 packages Manila cordage, 1 in. (S 5 in. each case, 180f EiLL T11ADE, 1859, OF HONOLULU. ENTIRE NEW AXD FRESH GOODS. SELECTED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET. A. S. .& 1YL S. GRUNTBAUM OFFER FOR SALE READY MADE CLOTHING OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. THE ASSORTMENT COMPRISES ALL stvles of CLOTHING, . 1 UKlUliSU trUUHO, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SnOES, etc., Adapted to the wants of the whaling fleet and island trade which we offer at very low prices. tt Fresh supplies by every vessel. fB.-Order. from the other '8 75-3m Corner Fort and Merchant Streets, Hono-alg. New Goods! Ncvr Goods! JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE AT low prices by the undersirned : . While, pink, scarlet and sky bine French merino. White and eolon-d tarieton. rich hareee dresses. Trench lawns, French orjrandy mnslin, French prints, Ladies' bonnets, latest fashions, bobbinet lace. Cambric and muslin worked collars, great variety, RiCB1 aaarCBaeBi( sf Bwsjnet Ribbwas, Paoer cambric. assUl colors, cambric and muslin. Cambric wnd muslin bands, insrtlon and edges, Lnre and small chenille cord, , . jTJe variety of trimmings, fig 179f Hotel Street. Assignee Notice ! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ED ward DuvaneheUe. of Wailuku. Island of Maui ha, by deed of aisrnment of this date, assigned to tha uodewied all deea oi "w", . . h benefit of all of El, S -To U' h. bee. to ld assignment within thirty aay. ' l"! ""7 ,nat th. office rvdltors of sara imTa""""1 "' "i- . . - -ViZrmiTOed and become parties to the deed of assign, of the undersWiea awi , h-Mia Doranchella arT Assignee. 170 lm TEAS! TEAS! TEAS I : VrIir crprniOR OOLONG IN 4 LBh 7 KlaMUttbo?..; gdtea for ship', nan in S0B and 361b boxea. For sale cheap by 8ATTD0K. 17iM - - " CHINA RICE T - T-VTO 1 CHINA RICE IN SO POUND BAGS. N&fJ--F- " HBria," and F. POOH, "a general"assortmknt or drugs JA and medicines. For sale by SMITH k CO. . prpcari fresh confectionicixt, ! I 'iiin.'' For sale by - . - j.K.8irrraco. WATERflOFSES SLltlTfrtiscmfnfs. FRCSI1 GROCERIES & PROVISIONS! PROVISIONS, i YORKSHIRE HA MS, WESTPHALIA DO. Boston sugar cured hams Kits No. 1 mackerel, , HaU kits No. 1 mackerel, . : , Kits tongues and sounds. Boms cod fish, . Sugar cured tongues. Cases fresh lard in 10 lb tins, . Quarter barrels mess pork, ; . . California cream cheese, Americaa ctieese. CRACKERS AND BISCUITS. Boston water crackers, butter 44 " oyster " iniik biscuits, u wafer bread, . ginger snaps, jumbles, . S. F. water crackers, 8. F.Jenny Lind cakes, Picnic biscuits. Queen " Windsor " Blachinc " Arrowroot biscuits, , ' Ginger nuts. CASE GOODS. Cases English pie fruits, - ' American pie fruits, u fresh apples in glass, " fresh apples iu tins, English jams, Kii)tlish fellies, u English pickles, " American pickles, u raspberry jam, " cranberry jam, " peaches in syrup, " quinces , 4 pears " u ... " apricots4 " u cherries 44 44 44 pruues u 44 44 mi uce pie meat, 44 fresh ieaches, 44 pure honey, true lemon syrup, 44 lemon syrup, 44 oysters in 1 and 2 lb tins, 44 lobsters in 1 and '2 tb tins. 44 salmon in 2 tb tins, 44 . clams in 2 tb tins, 44 asstd meats in 2 tb tins, 44 sardines in i and i tins, 44 French peas, 44 American peas, green corn, 44 French olives, 44 French capers, Engli&h sauces, fe American sauces, 44 carb. soda, 44 cream tartar, 44 saleratus, 44 yeast powder, w herbs, assorted, 44 curry powder, 44 cayenne pepper, 44 pepper sauce, 44 tomato catsup, flavoring extracts, " ground pepper, 44 llurbam muslard. 44 corn starch. Loaf suir. Granulated sugar, Crushed sugar, Krown sugar. Light brown sugar, Zante currants in jars, Fine ravins, Soft shell almonds. Citron, lemon and orange peel, Jordan almonds, Hawaiian flour, . A V heat meal, Corn meal, tcoth oatmeal, Pearl barley, " Rice flour, Carolina rice, China rice, Pearl sago, Aeopclitan maccaroni, Neapolitan vermicelli, ' Split peas. Beans, Whole pepper. ' . French chocolate, Prestons chocolate. Yellow soap, Salt water soap, I Kath bricks, Polar oil. Cider vinegar, Sandwich Island syrup. N. B. Fresh ground Kona coffee, packed in tins for ships' use. Very fine Oolong teas. IT" Captains requiring cabin stores will find the above fresh and cheap. For sale by SAM UAVIPGE, 177-3m Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street. JUST RECEIVED ! AND FOB SALE BY J. C. SPALDING, THE CAR0O OF AMERICAN SHIP AJirtAPIiJJ T 19 1 A. II. DUNBAR, Cwmnasider CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE i 44 M LBS. PILOT IO DOZ. VERDALE bread. olives. 2U0 bills. Haxall flour, 150 bhls. prime pork. 60 bhls. extra mess beef, 60 bbls rice, 10 cases salt, 252 dos Tennanl's pale ale, 105 dos Tennant's porter, 40 doa 1 lb tins pres. meats, 60 doz tins green corn, 60 dot boxes table salt. 100 tins water crackers, j 25 half bbls dried apples, I 60 cases alcohol, J 38 dos 2 lb tins pres. meats, ; 60 bbls Bourbon whisky, i 6 bales tickings, 6 do stripes. 1157 lbs cheese, in 20 lb tius. 60 due 1 lb tins oysters, 10 cases currant wine, j 10 cases cherry wine, lOp cases London jockey club . house gin, CO cases Catawba wine bit ters, 175 dor R. Byass' London por ter, 25 cases St. Julien claret, I 3 casks Jamaica rum, 9 eighth pipes Pinet brandy, 2 cases prints, 10 bales sheet ings, 6 bales red and blue blankets, SO cases denims, 10 bales brown drills, 10 bales blue drills, 2 bales royal blue flannel, 10 bales blue sheetings, 50 doz blue flannel shirts, bO dos red nanncl shirts. Mark.) 60 doz striped undershirts, 3 Quarter pipes Pinet brandy, 50 dos striped drawers. (i ark.) 400 dos denim pants and frocks, 25 8th pipes U. V. P. brandy, 1 bale bleached nannel, Mark.) 20 tierces hams. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FINE CLOTHING. 44 cases boots and shoes. 30 bales gunny bags, 611 cases spirits turpentine, 213 cases boiled linseed oil, 1 bale corks, 20 cases starch. 2-S9 kegs nails. 300 boxes No. 1 soap. 2S0 kegs white lead, 17 dos Sharp's handled axes, 10 half bbls bide poison, 20 dos charcoal irons. 1 case umbrellas, 9 cases saddlery, 8 cases oil carpeting, 50 pair blinds. 150 bndls iron, 2 whalcboats, 10 doz whale spades, 500 lbs blue and white thread. 100 gross matches, 4 cs powder, 100 kegs powder. 10 bbls coal tar. 25 do pitch. 60 bhls tar, 15 crates crockery, 10 bbls bright varnish. 347 doors, 250 windows, ALSO, lOO tons Scotch Splint Coals, 50 do. Cum berland Smith's Coals. 169-tf NOTICE I M ESSRS VON HOLT fc HECCK are my duly authorised Agents, and will attend to my business at Honolulu. E. KKL LL. Honolulu, Oct. 14, 1S53. The undcrsiened. Aeentafor Mr. E. KrulL beg to call the attention of the shipping interests of this port, to his stock of Itest Kauai Beef! Packed at Kealla. Kauai, and guaranteed by him, of which a fresh supply will constantly be kept at their Store. 177-3m ro HOLT k HECCK. Boston Brown Bread. THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEA VETO UK mind his friends and the public in general that they can procure the above wholesome and palatable bread at the Bakery almost opposite the Bethel, in King Street. Also, white bread of superior quality, pastry, cakes, etc. The whole fresh baked everyday. WILLIAM MANN, 17S-2m" naaer. New China Goods. E . O. HALL HAS JUST RECEIVED PER 44 Maria," direct from China, Matting, white and checked, Mosquito netting, superior, - ' Extra quality Oolong tea, 4 ft boxes, Fresh cloves. ! 178-tf . 1fmTh BOXES ENGLISH SALT WATER soap, 400 do do brown do. For sale by 174. U MX. VT. UlAAAlfi. rr f CHESTS FINE OOLONG TEA, PER O U " Yankee." For sale by 174f H. W. SEVERANCE. O GALLONS COPAL VARNISH, IN 6 3 gallon tins. For sale by 74tf 8 H. W. SEVERANCE. BREAD. ARRELS SUPERIOR PILOT BREAD, Casks superior pilot bread. For sale by B 160tf C. BKKWER Jfc CO. HAMS, HAMS, -g g CASKS BRINED HAMS, m. vr Sardines, in half boxes. 151-tf For sale by H. W. SEVERANCE JUST RECEIVED EX YANKEE ! Osfl CASES SPARKLING CALIFORNIA 3 Champagne. For sale by WILCOX, RICHARDS it CO., 170-tf ' Queen 8treet. SPEEDT CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. DR.CHURCHILLSCELKBRATED COM pound of the bypophosphitea of lime, soda and potash. ForsaJeby J. M. SMITH CO, 178-3m --.. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. Sundries. SYRUP IN KEGS. CHEESE IX TINS, Dried apples, barrels, : '. Crushed sugar, barrels, ' - ;, Refined loaf sir, 1 " Fresh raisins, fboxea. Jost received per Kaduga mad for sale by (168-tf) H. W. SEVERANCE. EXTRA MESS BEEF. BARRELS BEST 4J.U A LIT l FOR uie by - (170-tf) . J. C 8PALDINO. . 50 WHfSKT.KUM AND BRANDY X . rN SMALL PACKAGES, FOIL SHIPS USE. L For Bate by - (i?-tf) J. C. 8PALDIJIU. yoTicn. ' . cave give: Sm Wrf rytccrnr. txrii. rower of sriier trsnsart all t bo " - " - - FOR SAN FRANCISCO I r THE CLIPPER BARK WaTcIet, Will be dispatched for San Francisco on or abont Dcn-mber 1 ror rreigm only, apply to Cast. GEO. SWAIN. 181-St Or, FRED'K L. HANKS i CO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO ! THE A 1 AMERICAN SHIP Ulilwaiikec, Capt-KHODES. will sail for the above nort on nr .hnnt WnwMn. bcr9th. For freight apply to J f SPiTnivn P. S. The Milwaukee wiU take a few second cabin passen- : 180-lt FOR fFREIGHT OR CHARTER X THE A 1 AMERICAN SHIP "Josiah Bradlee." DCNBAR, Master, 650 tons register. Apply to 180-tf . J. C. SPALDINO. FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT X THE STAUNCH AND GOOD WHALE SHIP Orozimbo wants freight forhe above port. Apply to 18.-tf D. C. WATERMAN & CO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. THE CLIPPER BARK 2S Architect, Capt. Fish, Will sail for the above txn-t on or about ih. inih r vnMnk For freight or passage, having superior accommodations for a rcw passengers, apply to !79-tf C. A. WILLLIAM3 CO. FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECTX THE AMERICAN CLIPPER BARK ; Bherin?, Capt. R. H. Gilliat, Having sufxrior accommodations, will take a few cabin pas sengers. For passage apply to B. F. SNOW, 179-tf Or the Master on toard. FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT X THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP Black Sea, DAVID CATE, Esq., Commander. Having a conntderable portion of her cargo on board, will have Immediate dispatch for the above port. For freight or passage apply to FRED'K L. HANKS & CO. 179-tf Or THOS. SPENCER. FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT. ijj. THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP 2 ' ' Sylvia, 3 years old, WM. P. SWASEY, Master, Will load oil and bone for the above port, and having part of her cargo engaged, will have dispatch. r xur irciut or passage, naving accommodations for a few pas sengers, apply to 187-tf A. J. CART WRIGHT. FOR NEW BEDFORD. FROM LAHAINA. .1 THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP JC. F. Willetts. 7 J. D. GATES, Blaster- This first class into will load Oil and Bone for New Bedford. She is of small capacity, (821 tons,) and a fast sailor went home from Honolulu last year in 102 days, and turned out her cargo in first rate order. Mr. Niles, the same First Officer last voyage, is now on board, and particular attention will be paid to the stowing and wetting of o- S. nOFFMETER. XT Freight will be taken at lowest market rates. XT A few passengers can be accommodated. 167-tf THE Golden Eagle, Capt. Luce, ;FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT. This well known clippper ship is shortly expected to arrive, and will load oil and bone for the above port. The ship has every facility for wetting oil, and the Master knows how to take the necessary care of it during the passage. The Golden Eagle carried her cargo home last season in per fect order. For freight apply to ' 167-tf D. C. WATERMAN A CO. EW LIIVE OF HONOLULU & BOSTON PACKETS! FIRST CLASS SHIPS fntS. WILL BE DISPATCHED FROM BOSTON TO HONOLULU IN MAY AND SEPTEMBER X Or oftener, if Inducement offers. Fbkigbt takes at lowest baths, and particular attention paid to the filling of or ders, shipment of machinery and other mdse. Agksts w Boston Messrs. Wm. Tbwino & Co. Agent is HosoLrix J. C. Sfaldisg. SAN DWICH:ISLA2TD xv. PACKI2TS. 48 TvT?. ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE U.S. FIRST CLASS SHIPS Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf, Boston, in the months of March. May or June, September nl urceniber. For further particulars see special advertisements in daily papers of the above months. For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to HENRY A. PIERCE, Sandwich Island Packet Office, 67 Commercial Wharf, Boston. AGENTS. B. F. Snow, - - - - Honolulu. Sutton A Co. - ... New York. Cook A Snow, - - New Bedford. 64-tt Freeman & Co . TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER 33 x. x ross, . On the 5th and 20th of each Month. l-stta T ALL PARTS 0F TnE yjjpOT United States, Sonlh America, . Camillas and Europe, COSNKl-TISU IN NEW TORE WITH THE AVEKICA5-EUBOPEAS BX COMPANY TO ECROFB. GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best Insurance Companies in New York and London. Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers. A Secial Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima, Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South America, which is promptly forwarded b the English Steamers leaving Panama on the 14th and -Jth or each month. XT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch. Principal Offices. A. P. EVERETT, .... Honolulu. 124 Montgomery street, San Francisco. 93-tr WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S EXPRESS, BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU AND SAN FRANCISCO. -For the speedy and safe .conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE. The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange In sums to suit on Wells, Fargo b Co., San Francisco or New York. Also Wells, Fargo A Co.'s franked U. 8. Government envelopes, which past free over the California and coast routes, and over the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York. Commissions and collections promptly attended to. " Oct. 1. 1856-tf. F. L. HANKS. Agent. SHORTLY EXPECTED FROM HONGKONG ! A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF J ZEE XIVBSB Gr-OOZSS CONSISTING IX PART OF F, INETEAS, Silks, sstins. Mosquito netting. Silk sashes. Camphor trunks. Extension chairs, -Crape shawls. Grass cloth. .. . . " Silver buckles. Clothes baskets, - China matting, etc. ALSO, About 600 to 8 OO 9C Manila Cigars ! The above assortment of merchandise, selected by G. T. Mat thews for this market, is expected In all October, and will be offered at public auction immediately on arrival.' GEO. C. McLEAN. YlUt Attorney tor Q. T. Matthews. ALE AND POKTER HI PIIITG flUD QUARTO ! : .-. -, , ex ' ; hhaaaaJI HkmbB atBBSBBBSBVsBBBsB : -FOR SALE BY ; ; ' j- " 177-41 ; : niTflon & XXAXIT. WriAPPINO PAPER! CtTUAWV llARDMTAUU AND ' D" K Bista' paper, for ste r- fc, -s ire-it . ... h. m. trr o. ) ""wl-r - T BY A. P. EVERETT. Building at Aaction. On MONDAF Nv. 28, at U O'Clscb, On the premises will be sold the building on King Street, at present occupied as the Queen's Htwpilal, with the lease, and rent of j-ixty dotiars per niootb froia the date 0 purchase. The hutue was built iu the uiovt substantial manner, and can be t-asiiy moved. Terms at sale. A. P. EVERETT OFFERS FOR SALE CHEAP, JUST RE ceived, Bbls superior salmon, 108 kegs superior cider, Bbls cider, cartes ginger wine, J bbls vinegar. Bales heavy 4-4. brown sheetings, bxs T"-'";t Cases boots, cases brogans, cases shoes, Bags corn, bags wheat, mali Manila rope, Manila cigars, No. 2, Havana shape, Manila cheroots, cases chairs, 4-4 white China matting, ett, etc. 17S4t HABDWABE I W. IV. LADD INVITES THE ATTENTION OF PCR chasers to the followine assortment of HARDWARE, just re ceived from Boston by the 44 Siam," 44 Raduga" and 44 Moneka:n Cart boxes, 0 inches. jBoy's handled axes. Crowbars, assorted, Sets Cook's auger biits, T. hinges, all sizes, Lamp balances and pullies. Butchers' steels, da cleavers, Plated pocket tapes, German wrought nails, Scythe and oil stones. Whitewash and wall brushes, Scrubbing brushes, ' Bench planes, swing lamps, Farriers' knives. Best C. S. hammers, Bright halter chains, Sets brace bitu, Heavy iron braces. Eyelet punches and eyelets, Best C. 8. nut augers. Best C. S. ship augers,' Best C. S. auger bitts, ' Iron and steel garden rakes, tsrass and iron wire netting, Superior brass padlocks, Brass wire, Picture cord and tassels. 'Extra quality table knives. Toy hoe rakes, , Family grindstones. Copper tacks. Hunt's ship adzes, .hoe and horse brushes. Cotton and hemp twine. Groves A Sons saws, asn and Hsu lines, Brass cocks, t-'ast butts, Chest lucks, V. d. top mauls, Hand bells, all sizes, Coopers' compasses. Coopers' hammers and drivers, .uncus- awis ana toots, Barrels whiting. ainut axe helves. King's stocks and dies of all.Boat nails. sizes, . IButcbers' knives, 41 to 10 In. ALSO A great variety of Mechanics Tostla and Shrlf Hardware not particularized, all of which are offered for sale on favorable Unns. 172-tf E3 CJ DE3 I "7 3E3 PER AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS I ALARGE ASSORTMENT OF SUPERIOR BOOTS AND SHOES ! Which will be replenished by invoice MADE TO ORDER OF TIIE UNDERSIGNED, And now on the way per SIAM, YANKEE, W. JLLSTON AND AMETHYST t Which will be Offered Low, AT THE BRICK SHOE STORE," BY 166-tf J. H. WOOD. NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS! JUST RECEIVED PER "Siam," "Moneka," And " Frances Palmer, " A NEW LOT OF Dr. JUNE'S celebrated MEDICINES. Standard crushed sugar. Eagle No. 2 plows, Hog skin saddles, Planters' hoe handles. High post double bedsteads, Cane seat rocking chairs, Machine cotton and needles, Warren's telegraph needles, Wash stands, etc. etc 173-tf CASTLE A COOKE Received per Late Arrivals ! . BARRELS MAGNOLIA WIIISKT, BAR. rels Monongahela whisky, 10 gallon kegs Monongahela whisky, T Pdao?dt; Jorlte brands, Porter, pints and quarts, favorite brands, Boston cider, Best champagne, pints and quarts, Cases best gin. Hogsheads line old cognac. And the usual sssortmentof wines, spirits, lie. 171-3m GODFREY RHODES. J. C. SPALDING HAS RECEIVED APPOINTMENT OF agent at the Sandwich Islands for the Boston and Salem L nderwriters, viz.: . JYeptune Insurance Co., Bostoa. Boyiston Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Boston. Washington do. do. New England Mutual do. do. Boston do. do. Alliance do. do. Equitable Safety " do. do. Salem Marine Insurance Co., Salem. 174-tf Just Ueceived ex "Phantom !" OlkB M SHAVED WHITE EASTER 3 J V shingles, warranted to cover 100 squAm feet to the M. ' -: A new lot of the favorite cottage siding boards. Pine clnpboards, 12 feet long and 7 inches wide extra thick ness. ALSO A small lot of panelled ceiling boards, inch, a new and very desirable article. With an assortment of white a ad co I'd paiatsx For sale by 160-tf C. H. LEWERS. By the "Siam !" E O. HALL HAS JCST RECEIVED THE following merchandise, which is offered for sale cheap : t;asks zinc, trypans, ladies s hoes, boot trees, Cast steel spades, boy's axes, whip lashes, 1 wimlmill, with vane complete, telegraph needles, Oil cloth stair carpeting, machine cotton thread, Enameled duck for carriage tops, White, black and assorted colors, madder prints, Mosquito netting, bleached cottons. Men's French calf boots, sewed, rubber boots. Women's, misses' and men's rubber over-shoes. 200 boxes white perfumed soap, Ac, Ac. 171-1 a w-tf GOODS TO ARRIVE PER Washington Allston and Amethyst FROM BOSTON ! BLUE FLANNEL CO ATS, WHITE LINEN coats, white Marseilles vests, ' Fancy vests, Davies A Jones' patent shirts, Suspenders, cravats, merino undershirts. Brown cotton hall hose, English blue flannel, White, blue and black cashinerette. Black and blue cloth, black doeskin. Black, blue, drab and grey ladies' cloth, Black silk vesting, linen drill, etc., etc McCOLGAN A CAMPBELL, 171-tf Corner Fort and King Sts. E. 0. Hall has Just Received PER "SIAM!" Fi ORCE PUMPS, DOUBLE ACTING. WITH guide rod, 60 feet hose, couplings, pipes, air barrel, and goose neck complete. Six sizes, some of which are equal to a fire engine ror protection irmo are. W ith the goose neck, they an be used as a common lift pump. 171-law-tf WHIFFLETREES, CHAINS, Ate. SETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES it CHAINS, Extra sized Harrows, Hand Cultivators. - Seed Planters, Ox Yokes, Iron Plow, For sale by 110 tf C. BREWER A CO. JUST RECEIVED. EX "YANKEE Osfafi nnn manila cigars. oss Vr KJ V v n ntte Slatting, 1 " Vn For sale by WILCOX, RICHARDS A CO., New Store, Queen Street. 10 tf CORDAGE. 1(f COILS e THREAD AND J 8 THREAD J tT Manila rope, r - 60 coils li in. Manila rope. For sale by 168-tf H. W. 8ETKRANCB. BOILED LINSEED OIL. 1ffrh GALLONS VES 3VtJt-r Forsaleby (176-tQ VEST SUPERIOR. J. C. 8PALDING. CHAMPAGNE CIDER. -1 ff CASES JUST RECEIVED AND M. VT -r for sale low by (179-tf) i. C. SPALDING. NAILS. -41 CASKS, assorted sixes, arrived per 'Syren,' 1 or Ul-tf C. BREWER A CO. MANILA CIGARS! NO.. 2 TWIST END MANILA CI3AI13. Just received per 44 11 aria" and for sale by 178-St C. A. A PL F. POCR. BOLT ROPE. II ussia bolt Ropr, AjrconTso f rrna. ror sate ry (170-U) . J. c. tPALLLxG. E MARIA rZOKI nONCSOBTO. MANILA SEGA AS. HAVANA SUAPi: Manila cheroots, tor a- by . 170-tf 8. SATINS V CASES FZ.- :23TED GKZGXZZU T7I ZZ cintmmm. s or saie cheap by . - , - . ir- g-BATUGR. - ' GOLD Pr-T3. ' : sennry itoli -a cold pens, t -y aaJtwoay haaaiea. Sar sai by : m-U ,. H. M. WHTTXXT, ' ZT2 OAH3 t : r Jr BY JOHN F. coLDunn. Ucderwicrs, Sale cl hi? llt7zsun SATURDAY, NOV. IS, at IO O'CIoek, A. tH On Johnson A Foster1. Wharf, wfll be Bold, Ibr BinniBBt af whom tt may ooocem, Um American wtilnc ship , with all her tackle and apparel. ... . ' ALSO Barrel beef, barrea pork, cask, brtad, Cooler, whale line, extra rigging. Cask! lour, sails, whaling gear, Boats, chronometer, cabin furniture. And sundries usuliliy found on board whale ships. Books and Framed Pictures. An Auction sale of a splendid collection of choice books aad framed pictures, oeing an Invoice received from Nw Bodfsrd, will take place on SATURDAY EVENING. NOV. 19. House and Lot. : Oa WEDNESDAY, Naw. S3. at 18 l-SaVIawAt. I will sell at public auction, on the premises, by osder of ttse Executors, the house and lot situated in Llliha Street, batonfins; to the estate of Henry F. Poor. Said bouse eoutains Ove rooms, besides cook room, aarvaata room, bath room, Ac The lot is nearly an acre tat sxtsot- TERMS. One-half cash I one-half In twelve ar eigbsaen months, secured by mortgage. . - ALSO, On the premises on LBIha Street, one house lot, ronlaJriaf a area of four acres. . . t ' Large Auction Sale! WEDNESDAY, Nt. lO.al IO O'Clack, A&tt At Sales Room, will be sold A General Assortment of Merckandlav. Schooner " Kamehameha IV." At Auction. . WAll be ! at Aactiaa dirMtlr kiL. her arrival from windward, if not previously dispsead af. Tf She U about 50 tons register, In good condition, well found and ready for sea. ! EX BARK t VERDEN !" AND OTHER FOR SALE BT THE UNDERSIGNED t DRY GOODS. BROWN DRILLS, BLUE STOUTS, WHITS shirting, superior black Orleans, WUUrd cloth, - Black and blue brood cloth, French black Silk, - f?loo cotton, araortod thread. n.nTiiiyG. Pilot jackets, blue pilot trowaers, Printed rersXU ihlrtj, Black cloth nanta. Calico shirts, whits) ihlrti, Undershirts, drawers, Superior straw hats. Assorted felt hats, -Suspenders, belts. .. Buckskin pants, elastic do, White satin pants. Black and white -shock panta, Black alpaoca coats. Blue Berire shirts, hickory do, BOOTS AND SHOES. Fine calf brogans, Calfguters, Patent leather gaiters, J Hea boots, . : t- . Brogans, ; ; ' Buckskin gaiter, Children's shoes, Children's boots. Assorted dippers, NAVAL STORES. ' Barrels pitch and tar, Manila cordage. Tarred rope, assorted sizes, whale line, Spnnyarn, Ravens duck, Shier duck, Boiled Unseed oil, turpentine. Sheet lead, assorted paints. GROCERIES. jA.Lv Vinegar. In keg and dniuJeluM, Peart barley, - Crashed sugar, Maccaroni, Loaf sugar. Edam cheese. Anchovies, Salt water snam Assorted matches. Casks ptAH bread, Oat grits. Split 1 V el Vow soap, French wastard, . Wrapping paper, . D. navy do. SUNDRIES. lAssorted stockings, locks, Bundles round iron. Asstd English bar iron, Swedish bar Iron, Blacksmith's coals. Cement, sailor's claapknives. EnEltsh bridles and bits. Ivory combs, lead sine, corks. Paper hangings, eau as eotogrts. Macassar oil. Asstd cut tumblers. " Scissors, pocket knives, needles, Gun powder, shot, Charcoal tin. Cotton and silk umbrellas, Crates asstd plates, mugs, Dishes, figured basins. Spittoons. ' ' ALSO . - . ( . . Cases claret, naat santerne, Assmannshauser red beck, Superior sherry and port Muscat wine. Johanbf. hock, Bajkets champairoe, old cognac, gin, German pals a1. Raspberry vinegar, lettaer water, cherry eord lal, awrasmilsa, 173-2m E. H. HOFFSCHLAEQER m STAPENHORr. WESTS' CELEBRATED JKo ffilo . Hoc Or Real Rheumatic Henfdj! A SOVEREIGN ANTIDOTE FOR RHCU matie and Neuralgio Pains, highly praised by all those who have tried it, for the invariable success which has attends its use. Recommendations from persons of the hi guest respect ability, both on sea and on shore, have been given of smeary la these complaints.' Jost received by the "SIAM, Capt. John P.'lUce. and for sale by the undersigned. ALSO English, French, American, and German remedies for tb core of Gonorrhoea, of acknowledged efficacy and of tb highest medical reputation. Forsaleby 171-tf EDWARD HOFFMAN, M. p. .Crockery ! Crockery ! 25 Crates!" TrillE UNDERSIGN? HAS JUST RE JL ceived per 44 Humphrey Nei-' ft well selected assortment of crockery, consisting of Dinner, breakfast and tea sets, . . Cream Jugs, sugars, water pitchers, ' Molasses pitchers, milk pitchers, . . Flat dishes, vegetable dishes, Butter dishes, soup tureens, etc, etc. ' '' AO the above are of the best granite and ironstone white wart. Forsaleby (17 tQ H. W. SEVERANCE. COISTAH TI7IT OP3T HAHD . AND FOR E'ALK BY - , . MjCHRS & CO., Bbls. Sandwich Island Prise tttt I WARRANTED. PACKED BY ASEOUT A Reinhardt. Lihue, Kauai. lftft-tf PLOWS! PLOWS! EAGLE NO. 8 IRON PLOWS, EAGLE NO. 20 IRON PLOWS, EAGLE SIDE HILL PLOW'S, EAGLE ONE HORSE PLOWS. Just received from Boston per 44 Moneka," and for Bait by ' 17a-tf , W. . LAPP. . Liquors ex 4 Yankee 1" a 20 IO GALLON KEGS MAGNOLIA whisky. 20 i gallon kegs Magnolia whisky, 6 barrels Monorifrahela whisky, 6 6 gallon kegs Old Tom, 3 6 gallon kegs eognae brandy, (extra.) - For sale by WILCOX, RICHARDS A CO. Qasra St rest. 170-tf Ex Yankee !" MITCHELL'S ADAMANTINE CANDLHS, Sperm candles, con ant Jellies, Hamblin A Baker's oysters, Lobsters, strawberries, water crackers, . ' -, Soda crackers, Jenny lind eakea. Guuer snaps. Just received and for sale bw WILCOX, RICHARLw CO- 1 170-tf GEORGE . COV7C HAS FOR SALE THE CARGO OV CrTIS "ELIZA h- ELLA" from Teekatet Mills, no kawDf; consisting of 400,000 feet North West lumber, vts. i , .. Inch boards, ScanUlng all slses, from 2x3 to IrJ, ALSO ON HAND 200 M red wood ahiegtea, 80,000 feet red wood Biding, -60,000 dear pine, Doors, window aash, window blinds, Ae I" 1 FIXESIIiaOL-OKAI du:. :i FEOM MYERS' DAIRY ? Retjalarly recef red atsrd rw afil'y CcytJtim ty rd. xxry.t 1 r. ISOm Op - .t , ni Awtti. PICKLES. c ASKS HALF-GALLON f XCXXLCZ, . . vases qaana, amgnan p tea lea. lSVtf - Forsaleby JL W. tZTTXSCX New Cztsl sacks oat prrx.rr"j Ft 1. For aaa by flaa-tfl P. V.L-f. CX 50 Eoopirton. D-3rzr.3 r:r:xY ezfozid hoop iaic, lujt JUvsta,att rasa red aad for sa s-v iai-tf . ciii.TCT key.-!-' rTTUIC GYMNASIUM IS WO TV C" PC 3. AA the leeention of Subacribers, at tat , Csildic Let fcr CzZ3 1 -f tob coanrsR of en: r Aakea Streets. A most dssirabte lot, o.mU . r . . ' ,. - irtaimpsa. Iaqcireef . . w k , A. F. i rrrwo joxTnrrsrtnzrx rzoT az : - S II HAKLaA Aaatadta lOsnt Wsrk. rt V toady tspphiyasent and r w-ss wl3 be j v - L" i w ' r '' -I- ) ' ' -'vn.' k- r "zti Lisn L lump, esGosxUlksao -!, " C. A. t il .' l'.4f - JiA' A- t "7 vvnrrz3 i;Ar aAi J a 1 t v ' in rrn vczx r zr , Br "T i:acz, re-. r ir."5 ' :: . , 1 - - -.a.t j co. .