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The Pacific commercial advertiser. (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1856-1888, August 05, 1865, Image 2

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Wl .V Chr,r.i.;;e Uti'KriT dlid T(k, b!i-l:i "W '. it .'.eCi- 1
tn t a: a stand .'-It. . doubt the holiday ail tr. h auitry
w;;:.er ha hid :- Ir i-.fl i-r..-e n l-nh buyr ajd (:!.'.
W hve bat mi? f .r.',,;u au.vi! ll.e pa.l i k, 'he An'ri'M
fcr' Corner, . the K-g'-ilar Ii.ptch Line of Packeta, frota
aa F:a;.r;.c. with uut! aj-.rUi.--.t of freight.
Th dfr-nrturm f.ir f rtitfo port are the American bark
l'iuf., cf tti- Ren.ar Di.pafch L:r.c, f-r Saa Francisco, and
tie iorrcu bjris J. A. E.'lriiiye, fr Portland. Oregon.
Tfci nMst.fr took -.y 3,.li7 paek.ige. 4 i s Jo poand. d
jirii 1JT f a-a-. ejl gall'. u, &: j 13,3:23 pound of
ce2s, and WvX poar.d tire, ar.J o:V-r ir!ttr. Tbe A. A.
EldriJjr al t,k - J pcka?-. 2.''.0,322 pour-d cf sujrar ;
1 13 ps gr. ;:;oc, noUivi ; l'j.C4-J pounds cf to left,
aid othr fn.-lj-e. T'-taJ pound i-.ar ty to shipments 733,
125. T-l-l .rail a tr.oia?.&.4: i. To'a! poaaliCiJTee 20,174.
Th Axtrioaa fcar- itAymiote, of th Iliwtllaa Packet
L-ae, iLi the Araericaa bark ( omf, of tti'? Regular Di.patch
Liar, are beta laid cn f r So l'rjn.c'.cu.
Its CltUIaa tark Matadur u up lor VaiparaiM.
TenrerJay as acctioi a!e of irj gooM rr.Q Jarilon, Orafc
Co., t-y j,!.ic it J its, II. CcTt' aacll-.T tvOO. Tie aitT.daace
u ve.-y fi.
Tb H?? wS crt rrry tp?rlti arthough fair pr'cei rn
5.aia-l. Ihe K''" Tre cot c?rti in Urse lot, beicg mostly
irchil Itt rett.l trvlu.
e'.wM 2tnr.t!. 53ja50c: bite r!amak taUe clo'.h", J3
? 15". wh te ilannn oaitii.t. f 1 1 er Uv. b ; wbue i nex
t"ie leratk. hS i'jC- rr yari; tmwn tiDen table rtamaii, to
ttTIC prr jrJi n-ach-U onil.r 5:i-57: rr.wn 4ril'..BK. 33SC
ilj; white li..u dticit. toWtl. 1 26 er d'tm;
tfjcs linen. 2iS23; x.i ahirta, f ; .bC&z: f.-r iJoio;
C fc W. chcli sturt. tKiUlZi p?r daen: ?,im wm, 5 pr
fioam; Set:anl wH bin. i ! 2 pr d- zti: Macic a.'paca.
w4 iwLc, 24 1 iij'l -w carta i mtuil-.n, Zi.f34c. per yardi
prlau. Jffiic per yard; dccU.ia, :213c. i!ryird: t.ek!::r.
c.-, rte'.airitf, ZlSilii Tartey red bed ycli.w, z5Jai;
iry rr:ir ?. 'inafcor taj. 17JS2lc tacb Lk. Ltd
.-v.ti.ii. I6$c pr jar-ii uobk-achetl cott'.n. pr yard; coU-jn
velvet. Bsvirtii colors. ZZQ iOc pr yard; LulT llUlaiMl.4. 27;-,
wh!ts IU.e drawer, liiti-rUxeo; twt:eJ, lT12Zltf71 prr
yaid.
The f'.!ofu are :.: (.jreign arrisaU ar.d 1vrture? fcr the
Uict-tli of July :
Biviara lark Ilr- 1 7 J ! iv frr,u Hrem'n.
A n b.ir I', r. jaurr ij', 4) from iaa t'ranciaco.
ft Am liar Vi'r.j;:. l aty, L day fr- in Sun Kmr.eisc".
11 iiiw'a tarW Kui. 1 -a.t V.4i iiy livm UtK-ja'i
11 r.J.
12 Br.tt-.h U-f iiJ c!ir T-t: 'U. C7 day frntn Vi.orIa.
! J A-n eisppr f.ip War litw, 14 tJayj ffvIa aa
Frr.c.- .
li 4n c frpT .-hV 'ir AV.r. 5, TO Ja4 fr g.-.n Joan.
1! -Bri;ti c::; p.r u a Ub.dru VVe, iy froia
1J CUrf.r! -k K-.'ilii, 42 layoff Macar, Our.a.
2J An Cl.ti)r .ryl'. 115 d ty It'ltt Beat- n.
i A to bum i uruU.lr li days fr-mi ."'an Kraajco.
A ta litr) T rr 't, J' i'.i frjtn Pu.''. Sound.
2 Am bar Ci rr"-.. 11 . 'r-za .n F-arcico.
Iiaw'c cti Jt 1 P -rli w,:''4i)7i,jj Bar' Iilaci.
9 n'ti tt; I'-.yit a, f r .Jio t rztxl?.
9 An; . iri CJr.'.-r-t..'.. .' r P rt Aniftrlcrt.
14 l:a"n i ar rrtio. f jt ;4m r3PCic.x
15 Rr-rrfn '-ric Br-ma. i-.r AmKr Hirer.
17 ii.w't. tut Morntr.K rf:ar, for Mrr.ne:a and cruiM.
19 Asa bur' l Mirray, rr sa Krici--u.
Am a op.-r P.r U In l, f r l'akT I,!tid.
21 Aib ciif per al.ip V.'ar nic. f-r JI'Knu'i Inland.
1 BMiii r; '!'T "Vp MVr. f .r CaJaa.
SI An lirfc w;u.t..- r, fjr !-i.a iVai.tUoi,
Umowti CosiBf. if thb W",t. Tho (rr :t Weic, tig
h K i brJy bi uhj U h- t I the wca:tu that it bnnu
allj reje. from her fTiile fl U'i." remtrke-l the late Hen.
larJ ICvrtt, to iPwion, ,n the orc-ni'Hj of chanta
tU afpenl lu bbaif of Uo auj-tuif &avanna. an-l, he
VJdd. "a i.' the cctr.rortl uu: f the wrre Uotned
lauitc ei: h a bountiful Pn.vi.P ree. t!ie r.-ry c! l if trie
tr'.h, tLr'uih'ut the ti.d.lk: Suicj. are urnv out ti.l
Kiu,( P:r.:- uui iiM) fir to ay tire oi.ira.-ta of the W.rM, as
fcinf Cotton did ire h: m.j'-ty wa d-.-tir"nf l.n We were
Unpri Witfi thn truth of thi rV-torical Cnrwhon locking
aer Kim of tl.e trade rc r'j .rf th-: W ett- ru citie, f.r the past
year, 'lb aiatwtc of pruuurtion. to far a our oeratioo
Tteod, are tMfartory to an "xtt which the tnoat san."iit!
obarr woaitl mt haednrrt tij predict at the outkx-ak of
the rehetlijo, and the inrMe of materi ti wealth i uch as to
inspire th m't lirpeful oafi lencj in our future irr.wth aud
permaneot pror"fitT. The trcre;. of !ahrr-aTinff machine
ry fca, to tbe atrtcultuntl dep.artiartit, mad amend for the
hoa withdrawn by tl.e wr, and, in tiie instance, aiven a
prit trnpolie to prrla4tion. At Chicago, whirh, iu thirty.
Bw year. tai grown fr-rfij a little ir.ik-rirl-atit Tillap- cf about
tMrty penona. b a thriving city of one hundred and aeTetity
fvaod fotM:an?. the receipt of Grain f reducing Flour to
Wheal) from the Hhau-rU-n Rr.inry cf th- Went, the pat
year wire ahool ty ntlliiM of bosh-!, air ai nit thirty md
os in IfiVJ, whi the shipment wrr. In roarx immber,
fcjcty-f.ar and a half tnillK-rkt. In the Priviwo trade Chicago
U a!o fat mttripring the otht r citie of the Wrv, and hu
o teencne the meat irufixtant central ni..rW:t on the continent-
For aever! year C'hic-ijro ha t! pr--eminetit in th
drwrteir t of W Pelr,K- and now ev-! Cincinnati in the
Patairg of pork. Th rapi.1 CMa .er In which the Lake City
ha ootria"l-l t.'inrinnati. in tt.i departiuei.t, wul be seen by
alatetrent ;f the f:ct ir.ul in the wivn of 1?2 3 Chicago
packwl 4IM Ii"IC, and t irx-inn.i Uol.OuOi during the uan
Of 1963-4 Ci.icarf i-.-k.c-l Pi.C.'-t. Cu;.nnti p.ike.1 Ci7.b'.
Fifty iLre Crnnare ti-y empUyej in the packiiij; l a.a' . in
CL.iif, rnnny of whom hve, dorimrthe p:nt yur, errctrd
& r baili. of . with incr aed atc.ma.jd it i n f. r bvtsrhtcrini'
and curii.g. lti:r departments t,f comrucrce bare pruprrwd
in an 'C.i.iy rapid ratio.
PrJhai ly t her nmirniR-erit yttptn cf railroad, tnnr'' tlmn
any ether agency, n t hii-ano indblrl to h-r wot.d"rf'il croath,
the parallel of which i unkocwu. either in th" Uld World it
the New. A Ite a 1S49, bat vf raiiroad and that laid with
rap Iron, and only twecty title I ng had it teroiinn in
that c ty. ow. euht ratirtadi. with ns nd of mil. 1 1
traclf. have the r f'-eti tber. One of tfi.- r..al, the Illinois
Central, earned lvt year f5.S0O.00O: tbe Chiotpo, Iturlineton
atht Qatary ni l em-f1 S.I'9.'y0; the Chiaiio and Lock
IsUtKl rea l over .t,ti0.0(. Ind.ed. the internal resource of
U whola cotibtry h been devclcp-ti to an incalculable ex
tent by cur vast raiiroad ytein. which should be foti-rtd and
ccaraitd whtievr and wherever pract.cal. XJreat results
t a realy been acenmp'ishrd. in this-!--ription of intrrital
Ixpr. verrn n:, hat much mure remains to be done in years to
eocn. S.o-e 1UC, we hive completed r.o ki thaa 3,nG0
mile r4 railn ad ii or than il the rest X the world oat: o
l -'5.352.;:S. tod. s 3.72 ni,W cf canal. cting 11S.0)0.
COO. The railroads i f thi oon'ry may b- j.iid almost wnliout
eaption, to r.av- been na.l-rtk.n aa mean. for the creation of
capital, by the Iev?if rnn: of reAUrce. The a.ii, a shr.rt
distance from tljr seaboard, wa in the tr!y day of rnilroad',
valueU'se. trcatie i:s pm.!u.-r cr-ul 1 nn by er.t to market. It
waa to cpen outlet, alike for the benef.t of the pndiirer and
CTiuaa r, tliat aiinost every tine pcnctraiir.jt th interior wa
lasirrttkea. The eection of country nmnr tf them traversed
, to grest me ore, anirhfciitnl. Now it is teen: in g with
BppnUtloo, sappt el wlta whatevtr can tr.a.e their lahrr in
tfc hihet decree prr.lattre. thit the chi-f concern of
nearly !i the roai. and esjvcially thesr stretching wetward,
ose la, tvt how t rlewt. p i raffle, bn: hw t ace ramfxl ite
that whirh Is prr.ris ujnva thm. The great d stance over
which freight i no- moved over raiirond i characteris'ic -f
t&is coucrry alone, and aide vatly to the hn.ines of oor l:nes.
The great hulk of rrnloce hmucht tJ irarktt ha to he trm3
perwt fr.t f.ne thooan1 to ftffn hunlred trile, white the
recif r?cl current mu.: be eiuai e'hrr In volume or value.
K-tifonad. witrKnt d. n-t. nnderhe the whIe s cial and cm.
merci! fabric f the ir.temr, and we can se no ontlrifrcr ci'
why the trac threah than r.u'.d nit n-rrae in the future
as it ha d.?nw In the past. It ceptir. of deroonotration.
we thtr.k. thit. making ti roit liberal dedajtion frtni the
ew.raor linary devrlrprr-ent of the grrat West which ran b tt
daws ty l.e loe sr 1 4rw-w- of the w.r. we are in pi
esaioa tf rrtcma whirh witl enai us to cmerse triu!rphaiil
ly from ai ear di?co!ri. . an t to run a r.atiiral career without
rsra1l la the h.etury of t-he globe. .V. 1. UMppimj LiJt.
hr MrHle.
For H:i per Ssh.enaeaa, 4 T. 51.
or K tin pe' Kljtr.a. I P. M.
Far wwaiD P ikt-zt K.Unea. oadiv.
Foe Saw Fsayrac pi i-r.jraic:. ui.;erta:a-
iout or HOUOr.UX.TJ. II. I.
ARItlVAI.S.
79 Aa bJrlt CcseV Ii dv frcas Pa Trsidw,
w:th c.ti.-. to 11. V vrk.Vi Co.
30 T.Tg ycfc.t r-ii, a.- -.BA-n, f.-sa :rui
SO ochr 3tary. iVs, froti A-. nh'- a,
31 5or.r Active. Kipaah. fr ru Mulct.
at acr Old rilow, Ciuscy ? ixjs frcvi BaVr
Island.
1 "ohc ?l''t Wahio. Kuheana. frwa Kolca
1 Schr War .'k. Bail. Iroen Jlot.ikau
2 ic"-.r M Ji KrikU NanU. frota Kahulai
3 Iu Nahictivna. I.-iPf. froo lino.
3 Scnr K!tu. fr-.m K tfu'i.
i --h Prince. IU;aeM.froia IlaaaUrL
i ?"i iarokwnt, Mirchant, from Hacu a--I Matip.
..y
JJEP.4R.Tt HES.
Zl Am KsrW WhinW. C a. Paty. f-r s in Frarc;s.
1 Sacr K Nura. Mc'Jrror. for Windward r:a.
1 Kbr A.ie. Kapaahi. tw Koloa.
1 Srfr Vary. N.ki, f-r Atiah.Ia.
3 S:r M-ii Wh:D. Kuheana. f.ir Kol.-.a.
Act hark A. A. EMrlde, Williatss, for rontriSi,
tr-T -n.
i fckr K Mci. Winjjr. f.-.r Kaulu.
Jaly
VESSELS IV I'OIIT AUGUST 5.
Aa hark Coraetk ?tott.
Am clipper ship Caylon, Woods
An bar a Tcrreot, Cslhoaa.
ia bark ?rryrniote, Lov:t.
Chilian bark Matador, Batnaen.
Hswn br' Kamehampha V., Curninghar
nt trpsail ohr Docitlta, Webb.
Brljr Pfe:l, Z eKenhirt.
Hsw'n sctr Odd r.How. CUaey.
IMPORTS.
Tixao Sa Fbacisco pr Cornet. Jaly 297 re ll ien. 5 cs
.ottsaI, 96 pkiis ui lse, 25 cs matche. 2 pisnr. sacks fiour,
K-rocvr:e. 4 e ciar, i c dry soul. 10 pr asb.S d-xr
3 a- Ski.s. 15000 shingle. 1U3.T3J ft lum..r,3 bbl tef. b-i
caa i,tn. 50 sck barley, 50 sck wah,u', 13 ;k and -Za bl l
pov:oes. 4 hbls hms, 10 C cranberries. 5 empty csks, 121 pk
AO-ks. i c t A ucco. 1 swlir- tkick. -W ck mats. 100 bbl
U-e, -CO e-cp-.y b irreU, 14,700 brick. J1.0OO specie. & bundles
savt .foo, sck oats, 9 sck onions, 13 bxs apples, 2 kits
aacsfcL 1 pK giaiar.
from Baata's Isiayo per CM! Fe!!or. Jn!y 3111 tnns
ta, 1 beU. 7 hiivai, 1 kst ha-r. 1 .ct, 16M U iro-
C O 2YI IVT E R O I Ii. I .
FX PORT.
j firti-i rsnvc-;.'r W ?:;iir. J'il; 21 -"'J ap. ha 1
?.;; j r (4ti : o i 7 p:.- rJ;--
j !1 cr,:-(I3:i l' 4-; ! r- ('.m.i) !ba.) 3 c .-5 .
Va!ue of K-'i11 I'r f -47 71.
Value of l,' in-;i': Pr Ja ;e, ;2JZh 01.
rorTi D rrr A. A. KUlr Aui.ut C CTfO
jgar 'UWi !. 119 bLi (JiU j.11.' ba? f f-
fe '18,4 It,) lo bairS pula (r7i.)
Value cf l)"Cx- slic Pr.lace, 07.
From WiBDwarD Pobts p-r K .Uita, J j'y 3 Mr a:. I Mr
Joejh B Atb-rt -n 'j-jiTif- VY ii M irrirlar.-. K.xfor.1 ll.'.ch-C'-c.
Cuak-r, K.i-rt .-:?r!::.,c, ll.ry L II L.nc,:a
S cj;j aad drtk pier-4r. r.
Fcr V iwir.3 IVEii i--r K;'.a'.:ea. Aa: 1 ('apt at.d
Mn Jc,- Uic, M. Julia Anth.;a Iu-r. M R. U ii
liaci Mat, Mr a:.J Mr" tS Ii uhc-ci ar.l cL.M. liriry
ii-,oa, urtij J Ly-.ri, Fh.liio Pujf!y, A Raida.l. W U
i Wright. V If P,rJi-. T liar. n. C.'i-i K-r.-ci, Rexf.rl
ll.:ct.r c 13 cf in aL.1 JO it-c pa..mi.jtr.'
From Sx Faavrtsc-j ;v-r C'.in-1. J a!y M; E K..:i, W
l Brjwdi, F liarkeu,J Collin. Chaa Wooley, U 11 Chae.
cte. raze Ah On. J llawb, J F Iia&c, Ab IIu, Mr ?:.ow rj
cabia and & erage.
Ff-ta Bamk' I-ui5-rrOM Fellow, July 31 Mr l-ae,
Mr Wbtle, J Cioicord and wife.
For S FaaNCisco pvr Wh:tler, Jo'y 31 Mr B F f new,
Mai"r Tborta snow, W U'Ern, C S Teio, W fcart-.w. .VraLi
Mr 11 UMebrand, M.sa Clara Kowc!!, MlM Maiy Kowell &.
Fcr P'jr.rLASO pr A. A. K'.Jridge, Aagut3 5 M Gi'i'ung
ttn. Allbn 1 a!ca In U-nol.i'.u. J'.y 23 1, Mr. J. F. Alln to
Mis Ha: a l'ue. by the Kcr. S. C. Uamou.
I)IKI.
Jn liie frtli of February, suddenly, on board of the
lrlc Briir, at Newcalle. tv s.uth Waltf. Capt. lliorr.ai
Giy, n tbe voyage to the Sriftwich If-land-t, deeply and n
c re.y re(.;rt-ttel 1-y Lis faiiu.y aiid Iri'.-u l.
the PACinc
Commercial Advertiser.
SATUUDAY, AUGUST 5.
HPHtonitlon I3ny.
Mondat last, the 31st Julj-, wa the twenty
secornl Anniversary of the Kestration of the
I Hawaiian Flag by H-?ar Admiral Thoma, and
j a hucIi vM f lobratei with becoming j-jyousne-.
I Til? day opened warm uni eultry, but by nine
! o'clock tbe trades pet in und biifor-2 i:oo:i Avere
' blowing half a gale. Salutes wera liixd uioin
l in-, nui'n and night, and the bhij iIi:' and towu
; were R-Jily dressed with buntir.p;. 'liie grounds
; at Jlw.hue wero arranged fr the feast and ac
! c liripanying rervic h?, accoiii jdations having been
I'repared fer twu tb'juinJ -ersons. His Excel
lency M. Kektiiinaoa was I 'resident of the day.
; At the hvur appjinted a jrayer was offered ly
: the liev. II. II. Parker, of the Kawaiahao
i church, which was fallowed by Hinging ; afar
; which the orator of the day, the Hn. David
! Kalakaua, delivered an oration in the Hawaiian
j larguag'j. After more music and ringing, the
i gu'-sts were invitel to partake of the dinner,
i when apj.ror riate 5 ntiru-.nt3 were iro.OM-d, and
j respone-? made hy Prince W. C Lnnalilo, Hon.
J K. II. Allen, Chancellor of the Kingdom ; the
I Second Aiciate Juatice of thu Supremo Court,
; R. Cj. Havis, E.-fj. ; . L. Green, E.-4., II. U.
j M. Acting Commiioner and C011.-11I tJeneral ;
j A. Caldwtll, Esj., Unirel States Cotimil ; At
1 torney-tleceral C. C. Harris, ; Dr. G. P.
Judd; S. N. Castle, Esq. ; Mesr?. Kamakau and
Hasringer. Mr. V. P. KagbUale translator and
interpreter, acted in that capacity on this occa
sion, and acquitted hims.-lf in a very creditable
manner.
After the dinner the company were entertained
with native games. The spear-throwing was
admirably done. This entertainment broks up
between one und two o'clock. ,
During th
afternoon boat and canoe, races
took place in the harbor, the result of which we
J have not obtained.
j In the evening a grand ball and supper whs
given by the Committee cf arrangements, at tho
j New Hall, which was very generally attended,
j and passoi off in a most happy manner. The
j Committee, the Hawaiian portion particularly,
deserve great credit for their attention to their
guests, anj the general decoration of the hall
I and supper-roora. We were ttruek particularly
j with the ease, grac aud telf-possession with
i which the- native and half-caste guents acquitted
- themselves in the dance.
j Ve have epace but for one t-pecch, the one
delivered in English by Prince Wm. C. Lunalilo :
! Lmuks am iEX "ilemkx : To-day U the Anni
j versury of the Ke.-torutioii -t' the Jlawaiian Klaij
bv Hear-Admiral Thomas. Twenty-two years have
: eiaj-sed since that officer came to these sb-res to
i restore the tl.ijr t- ir Kini; and nation. II j'v our
t hearts were tilled with joy oa that ever t:ieir..iible
j day, und hnv many tears were shed, not of sorrow.
but 'f pladr.e-s ; what a contrast, to the ith of
! February preceilinr. Well do I remember the
M'fii.' when standing within the walls cf the ti l
f- rt witli Lis present Majesiv. and LU two late
' brother-, we wit.ie.-sed the 1 weiin of our tlatr.
On that day. the I-lands were ceded to the Crown
cfdreat liriuin, and on that day the meteor ihitj
' r.f Albi-.n waved t; iatnphantly over the group.
. There are many, no dor.M, here present, who heard
j the sb.irt a hlre.-s which his late Majesty Kameua
i y.r.nv III. oa that occasion spoke :
i " Wh-.-re are you, chitf. per.p'.e and cca-.mons frai my ances
; tor, and rople frfa furt'iKO l'd ! Hear ye! I make known
to you that I am in perp'exity by reason cf d. tacult.es into
j which I hiv bre-i hri-u;lit without cuae ; therefore, I have
j given away the life of our land, hear ye ! But my rule over
ya, rr.y ptr-plc, and your privil- pcs, will continue, for I ha v
' hrpe that the Lfe c tic lacd wi.l bo rest r.-d wa:a my conduct
la jmt'.fied."
It was a short but impressive addrrs of bis
i Majesty to bis people, it showed also the anxiety
i of mind he then experienced. There were tears of
! sadnes- in that day. Dark and gloomy indeed
were those days; how the nation mourned ditr
i is those tew months of trial, thiukiu the g.ivern
. tnent wa.- gne perhaps forever ii tbe hands cf a
! toretn power. For rive lo;i linertn.ir months.
: things remaned a.s tLey then sun.d, until on the
i 31st day of .Tbty. the day we are now coiamenu
; rating, we saw the rldir that "had braved a thuti
! sand years the battle und the breeze" lowered by
! the h tnd tf or.e of Eugland's s-'iis.
As Dr. i.i!ick truly remarked. " American
' Independence was not a:i accident, rot a mere
. bawble t n the course of time. It was an ever.t.
whicfi many centuries had been maturing, and
' v.hich will a tfec t all the coming ii.v-i." it is
; with re-oect t- this our restoration day it was no:
an accident : A lmiral Thomas dil not come here
by accident and tind matters us they then were : ha
j bad heard t f tht proceedings done between this
I Government aol her ubordina:e through soiihj
one in high oSoial standing : he had carefully e n
' sidered and invcstigited the matter before be
! rae here to restore the ectntry to its rightful
Sovereign. How careful, how cocsi Ierav, and
i how cautious were those (I may say one) who were
then in the tervice of the Government, lest by some
i.iion-idei ate words or deeds thev would arou-e
; tbe wrath ot their opponents. It U a well known
fact that daring the existence cf the commission.
government property was not considered safe.
books and docuiiieav of every description and of
. great value were f rati-ferred" from the different
j otlices to a secret place they were even taken to
the R-.yal tomb, there to be deposited amongst the
; silent occupants nf tb.it hallowed plae. For days
and nights business was transacted there, and the
; coSin of the good Kanhuaanu was used as a
j writing desk.
! R-.t a brighter day dawned at lasL K'ir.ike.io-i:!.
. the good and Kind hearted. (y i will not have f..r
i gotten his sh-.rt and touching address to hi- eo-
pl on tbe day tba country wt.3 ceded to Great
j Britain, and his hope that, when his conduct was
justified, his Kingdom would bo restored to him as
! before,) had hi- horve fulfilled. tV hre now nn in-
r nder.: ari.i civiiied nation : we are rcog-
ni.-ii :i . -won. but yet vt are jut boginnine to
.riivs-sr- tVv-m .Iti kiirss iuto light : utir ciiditioa
The .-ev.-ral diUet-eut" nations of the worM have
-vh r--pei-iivelv their actl
a.i.l
Is
to
;l-t
. !. Kngland. hwa?ta ! h r mi-lity navy. ijf h-r
colonial po.-.-. .-.-ion.- ail --v.-r tbe .vi.rid : it i trulya
F tid th i;n never ets on h-r domains, r ranee
Las boasn-d of her lonaiarte. and how all Kumpe
trembled once when that hero of a hundred battles
pat on the French throne. The Uoman Kinj ire
has once boasted of 1 er strength and wealth. The
United States of America hab.a.-t d that during:
her ?trugle for independence r-he had gained her
freedom and during the few years pa-t rebellion
h s been crushed and s-lavery no more exist-;.
Have we anything to boast of! I must surelv say
v.e heve : fjr the few years since the light of the
fJ. -pel has reached our shores, thr tree of knowl
tdire and of wid.ini bus been planted, it h.s taken
i-f-ot. i'-- branches have spread, and we are now
ndiriL' its seeds to be planted amor.fr the yet hea
then t. iti- ::s of this va-t l'aiiSe Oeean : mr li'ht
las been increasing in brightness day by day. and
I am pri-ud to -v that we now Utke ritiik amoi,;
the t i iiiel and n'krbtened nations of the globe.
This is what I call the true glory cf Hawaii nei.
In conclusion I would say. let us trive thank"
unto Him. the Kider of all thines. fur hi- unb..und
r 1 mercy to us during our hours of a2iietion nud
of pro-peritv and happiness.
May God in Hi- inflnite mercy, save the King!
NOTES OF Till: WEEK.
! P;.Esrw:NT Lim'OIn" on Fkf.k am Evi:ai" j
I I'rotn Mr. Charles Sumner's eulogy oa Abraham j
i Lincoln, delivered in Boston, we make the follow- !
j ing extracts which, with tbe speech alluded to. j
j raiht be mad-- use of by tie people in answer to j
the authorities quoted by the antiquated Mini-ter ;
j cf 1'oreign Affairs and his colleagues, should we 1
j be .o unfortuna'e as to be plunged into nt.other '
1 Constitutional Convention. The speech mentioned i
J was made during his great contest with the Hl-u.
! ?. A. Douglas : '
! But the topic to which the future President rt-tarnel with the :
! mr-rt frtcja'-ticy, aud to which he clung with a'.l the (jri of hia
'. sou!, wns tl.e practicil character nf the D rnrution o( In- '.
1 depend nee in announcing the .ibert 1 and Equ a!ity of all J
! men. These were no idle word, but substantial truth bindii.c; '
j on the conscience of mankind. I know not if tr.i grand per- j
i tinc ty !ias been rioticed bof re; but I deem it my duty to say, !
! th.it t'j ir.y mind it U by f ir the rnoit Important of that contr - i
! vcr.v. atid ono cf the most irifr.rt:ni: in the biography of tho .
! speaker, Tl:e word which he th-n utt.red live aftr him. and i
' nobody can hear of that cha-niionH; wiMiotit flit;K a ncT !
! motive to frlelitv in the CHue of Lit" riy and Equality.
! . , ;
Ho CiiisUl 1 ;3 speech on this occ! -n by savins :
'I ie-.ve yo.J. hol'li-t? that the lump of Lilerty will 1mm 111 ;
' jour bioms nut;! ther; alu'H rw l-iig-jr te a douhl that ail rnec
j are cre ited free a:.d trju.il " I
If-; has left us now, an 1 for the !at time, an 1 I cstch the !
: C'. ilaj Letiedicliun of thiit fcpeev h, already wai-aiii through
' l.he a6--.., like a, thoral bainouy.
r- From the letter of the Honolulu eorrespon- ,
r'-'
lent o! the San Fmii-co BvU' tui. we clin the fol-
i
lowing' item. It is news to us and may be to others.
We-coit was well-known here :
ProKv of Lost Apvustckeks is inn Pacific O'-eas. ;
By the ai rival cT the scli'x utr Mary, from t"antii!i' lsl.md, I ;
hii-re l.i-urd a story which may inu.-re.-t some cf your render, j
Si.tni; t o or three years ao one Wilkinson started fr ia IIoiti- i
lulu ii! a ve I of hi own, und with a party proceeded to nettle !
on Palmyra I!:trid, for the purpos cf manufacturinjr cil fr-ni j
the coooaii'i'3. whieli htound on that uuinh i- lted spot in mid '
oc--t:i. L i.vi'ii; Wiikia-on and hi prty, th vessel was dis- j
pate!ed to Sytlri'-y, N. . W.. with order to the nuisl-r to sell j
her th' r- au'l pun hus'J a schooner, ladibg- which with jrnvi-
si jn.-i he w ii t'i hurry back to the inland. Having been por.e, j
however, nuii.li longer than wa anticipated, and Wilkinson
liinif uf u tjcculinrly mean and parr-imotaous dipoit.on, th.;
p .rty on the island was jait ou v-ry short Connn' r., a:nl in t''-t
r.-.bi-d almo-t to starvation. Amons; the ret a nrrr.tr,
iMUie l s t-.-pheu Westcutt whose friend rePi le at E iton, New
York Suite hein an enTf:e:ic f-llow, patched up a boat, and
Wi:h two or thw companions put to sea, in the diri ction of the
IUnd T Minihiti. the nearest inhabited hind, supposed to be
about ISO nidi s distant. Th- y were never heard from ana n,
and pi.-ct-. of h ho t Kns .veniifr in description to the on in which
th-y embarked Laving t-en pickM up on one of the guano
islands, in the direc'ion in wlueli the rurrer.t wouid naturally
t froui IVciyra Iil.nd, lea.'. to te conclusion that they hav- j
p-ris',ed."
Extraokpixakt Xkws. We clip the following j
from en Englhsh paper, and insert it, as it will no J
doubt be interesting to most of our readers news j
ahvnvs is. From whom was the information re- j
Ceived here?
"A Loyal Visitor from Tun Sandwich Island-. Advices
from Jl.-u 'Miu. s uiilwieh 11 mds, to the -H M..rcb have been
rocivt-.L Toe chan.lers had terpiirated their e. scion .-ifter j
hnvin? a t'f.t'd u!l the proposal of the p'-v.-rnmi ni. sod ap- I
proved of t;e new Con'fitation ia i's lat st.ie-. The Kitft had
r.'sli i- l ti travel in tiie a proaca:rj summ-r. and intended to
ri.inn-...n b l- u vi-if (.iT ili.li. ill r.l(r fo KLudv lit-rAnnnllv ?h
French adniinistreive .i pa-iizntion wlvrh enjoy s.-i creat a j
r-pu'iMTii in X-eai.i i. Qae'-n Kmma, wido-.r of tl.e lite Kin, ';
iii.l sisder-in-liiw of hi pres nt majesty Kamehanieha V., ws I
t j leave sh .rtly for L'urype. 1 he Cuiniuitiider if the British
nval station b id placed lit her disposal the xtemn frisat-; T"r- j
bune to convey her to Sydney, where cl-e would take the
tHnier for Southampton. Af:-r a stay tf three months in j
Fnitland. she woul 1 take up her reridencc la r.ar;3 to devote
her-e'f to the education of h-'r children." !
TIIK CANTON HOTHL PUEM1SF.S.
lVje?9ion riven loth October.
i.lUL W W. A. AT.rRICII.
To IacU
TIIK HOlF. IN MIXOA VALLEY
formerly occupied hy Mr. T. T lllltt.M. The house has
sis rooms partly furnished. Persons dvairu: a summer
residence will find this just the place.
For terms apply at tho
4 SO St B00KST0RK.
ASI PrillOR ROSEWOOD PIANO
fTCfTT'l FoUTK, with cover and stool.
t ?rrtTtl w- A- ALtiHICn.
I I I I 450-3t
TAl'IOCA; FAR IX A and ARROWROOT
Of Superior Quality.
AM FACTI REI) AT KOI.O.l . KAUAI;
l" I ronstaciily on hand and fr sale In cuantitiea to suit by
jsO-Sm mklchi:rs t Co.
5. OH-rFirT.S MOK'.AN.
t. e. HATBAWAT.
E. F. STOSK
I0RGAX, STOXC & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchauts, San Francisco, Cal
RSfEEKNCES
T. 8. nathaway Ksq New li.-dfard
ils?rs. T. A. R. Nye,. "
" Swift & P- rrr "
Grinned Minturn & Co., New York
John M. Forbes Keep, Boston,
Messrs Verkin & Smith, New Loudon,
Daniel C. Waterman Esq Honolulu.
450-l.v
oiiolulu Iron Works!
Just Received
AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT A
New and Larpc A82Umeot cf
Best Refined Bar Iron !
ALSO
On Hand every description of
PiriNG, STEAM OR VTATEk cocks,
VALVES, INDIA RCBbER PACKING, FIRE CLAT.
And I' vcrytliintr npplicnble to the nes
of Plantations. 4?J Cai
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE!
.llOKUOlJBlMIE FOR SlffiE.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT
IPTTKILIC vxicxioisr
AT THE COURT II0U5E BOOR ON
.HO.DAY, - - AUGUST 28tli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M.,
rjMIAT DESI R A RLE PIECE OF REAL
- PR'JPtRTY, to wit:
The Island of Mokuumeume !
? ITU AT ED IN PEARL RIVER LAO-JON.
To ar.y one d- -ir.i:g a tine farii- lyir.g in a cvinpact form, jt
li.-v-e i fi ueh f..re.is to take cre of aud cultivate profitably,
tt-:3 fu.-u.4its a drat rate chaiiOe.
JNO. O. D0MINI3,
Adaicl.a-atcr cf the Eifate cf H Lite Mijtity.
O. C. UAitRIS,
IdmirjI.Travr r-f the Fatata nf th ! Hop. T-vi TTaalele.
HiWAiuv .-riMi-. Vu-i.h.i'm are r:touti.t;
made uj -u the pot Uiliee for ari-tie-. i Hawai
ian s-tamps whioL have never had . n exl-teip e iu
this Kingdom. A gentleman wiiting frt-in Europe
asks fur a't f oransre. violet and i-ther cob-red
stamp1, w i i :; certainly never wi re i-sned here,
although he luli.is to have -e-n the dirl rent varie
ties in Pais-. Nj doubt the i.i.iaia for stamps has
called into pi.iy the talents of skilful e Hoaxers and
counterfeiters, who make it a profitable employ
ment. TLe ,nly genuine Hawaiian stamps are tbe
following : One and two cent stamps in black and
blue, with figure ia the centre: two cent stamps in
rose-color, with portrait of Kamehanieha III in the
centre, and in red with portrait of Kamehanieha
IV in the centre ; live Cent stamps in blue, with
figure in the centre, and a'-o in blue with portrait
of Ktnnehameha HI iu the Centre : this t-ea eeiit
stamps in red. with portrait of Kamthauiela III ia
the centre.
"ScKNKS in in.-: Hawaiian' Islands." This is
the title of a new book, published by the American
Tract Society, written by Miss Mary E. Anderson,
who visited this country with Ler parents in 1SG3.
The book is written in a pleasant, chatty style,
and will no doubt prove interesting to those who
take an interest in these Islands.
G FRED CK PFLUGER
OFFERS FOR SALE
At Loiv and Reasonable Prices.
VERV SUPERIOR WHITE MXEX TABLE
D AM ASH,
Very utiprrior brown linen table DnmnU,
Superior rendv maiii- while linen Dniuitftl-.
Table Covers and saplcins.
SUPERIOR. HEAVY BLACK SILKS,
gSillc Piece Velvets,
French Plain de Laines, all Colors
A GREAT VARIETY OK
Dress Trimmings & Millinery Goods
Chinrae fancy ni liclet. mill rurioilie.
ENGLISH and FRKNCII PERFITMi:-
rieM of the best kiud.
430-3m
TO TIIK JPI11IaJV :
A. NFAV IDJilA..
r.CONOJIY, ITSni lJLNHSS AND ELI
f;AN:r. cojioined i ! :
Messrs. A. S. Grinbaum 6c Co.,
Have Imported ex "Comet!"
"The Celebrated A. 31. Polluk's
Vienna Water Proof Saloon Matches
rNOWN THROUGHOUT TIIF. WORLD
as the REST and t llKAl-KST, they combine all tht
ciuiiliiies above s:a!?d; to wit :
llrononiy As each box contains 150 Matches (fifty per
c-nt more than a package of common Card Matches) none of
which will evr fail.
1'i.cf ill A9 heinif Water and Iamp Troof they are
enabled t re-it tl.e deteriorating effect. of season and climate,
thi pn peiiv ao renders theni the very thinp for Ship's ue.
F.lraiirr A in their composition th-y are entirely free
from SuTjihui, whieli is so offensive to the sense and injurious
to health, and being contained in elegantly made boxes, they
are thereby rendered pre-euiiiieutly suited for the Counting
Room, rrawinit Roi ni. ic kc.
M, r. f ; It 1 N li A I' M &: Co.. have been appointed
SOLI! AtlhNTS io the Hawaif-tn ItlandF, for the sale of the
above (' lei rated Matches ai.d will supply then, to tlio Trad.',
in any desired qu intity.
Make bat a ;.-);: '.e trial of them, and for the future, you will
willii.ejlv use no iah.r.
A. .M. TOLL A K,
4i'3-3ra. Viei.na, Manufacturer.
ODD FELLOW'S HALL,
For fc Street.
15
Y LATE ARRIVALS I HAVE RECEIV-
II A GREAT VARIETY OF
uuu'Uc surf uiuuuiiuo
tF TIIK It K ST QUAI.ITV.
CONSISTING IN PART OF
New California Cheese
10 lb hags Hominy
10 lb bags Oatmeal
10 lb bags New Luckw heat
Extra Good No. 2 Manila Cigars
New Eastern Dried Apples, superior
True Lemon Syrup
Kingsford Corn Starch
Pecan Nuts, Eastern Cranberries
Westphalia Hams 12 U-s each.
Extra Sugar Cured N. Y. Family Ham, about
Fresh French Fruits in pyrups
Assorted French Syrups.
ALSO
A N;vv and Very Superior Lot of
t nr. .A. s !
SELECTED BY ACIIUCK.
Cattys Pure Oolong, most delicate flavor
rTJ-rp f F ijjxe Orange Pekoe
: -' . ' ." lb Ikxs Good Oulong
Natural Loaf Japan Tea.
And. :i Variety of Others.
FOR SALB UT
4a0 Urn
A. D. CAUTWRIGIIT.
BUTTER, BUTTER,
33
-.. '-' - .h .-a-
.HYEfit'S A.D JONES'
M0L0KAI BUTTEI
HAVING THE SOLE CONTRACT FOR
the r-a.e of th- Pr .idacu ( f t:.e-e Two
CCLriRRATbO IIA1RIES!
1 Lave i. . a r.j:::Ir.a a-pi'iy and kui selilc; at
37 l-S Oents per Pound!
A. I. CART WRIGHT.
FAMILY GROCERY AND FEED BTiORE.
orn rFTTntrr kail
lo-2m
FOK SAI.E.
rVNP". 1KOV St c;ll MILL. AVilli Woorfen
F'KIL MK -Vm -e; hoLLFUS. 1.MIS uicl.e.. Ai.t.e
h oodf u-.ir'r.K t-ni:t:i., ix-a-.
l er ,,. r eaT. r- WAl.KMl A C ,
il iui-J, Uaf.u.
4S0-5w Or BAL& A I4 M S. V:uko.l
Tltc Grant! Feature
-OF Till
LATE CELEBRATION
T
-WAS THE-
Fl iiMSHED BY THE
HAWAIIANBREWERY!
I C OXSF.Ql EXt E OK 1MPUOVED FA
'cilities I w.li, on and after MO.NPAV the "ih iust., supply the
13est Lnger Beer !
At ."0 t eul per :llos in ke-s and at $ I .50 per
d7'r"E-lT?ll,K''7 mv siHVial weaVacss. every 10 pttllon kc?
will hereufier hold 11 gallon, and every bottle will ho.d
Iivir.g tnared at enormous expense hc?"T,c?t.f.,?5l
;.,irr .1 tin i c:enti2c Bottli Washei. 0-rl.Fl At GL t
SPIKLT, th-' pub.io ca rd'.y apoa every bott.e htit.p thorough y
n,ant,ia..ed. WILI.ARD H. FRANCIS.
tvt OSTH WEST
AND
LEWERS & DICKSON
Have .Tiist Received
PER
"TORRENT." "COMET"
-AND-
'ID. C. M TJIRIR-A."X
A Fnll Assortment of all Sizes
VORTll WEST SCANTLINlit
S North West Hoards ind l'lank,
do
do
do
do
'fomru-d and tlrooved 1 inch and 1 Inch,
Picket and Uattens,
Timlnrr, Sxl., 10x12. 12x12. 14x14,
White Cedar Shaved S:.in!les, a superior
article.
Redwood Roush Hoards and Plank,
da Clear Plank, li, 1 and '2 inch.
do
do
do
do
CI-::r Tonued arid Gr. oved Itoanls.
Cl -ar HaUet.s. k inch thick,
Littice in bundles,
Miavcd and Sawed Shingles.
ARCTIC :
t
AND-
6
7r t 59
Doors, Sashes. Blinds and Nails !
ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER FOR SALE LOW,
I ToiiKlHER Willi OUR USUAL LARGE
I ASSORTMENT OF
SUCH AS
HARDWARE. PAINTS,
OILS. WALL PAPER,
WINDOW GLASSES, If.
OF
"W jt 1 1 Paper!
WE HAVE JUST RECKIVED A NEW INVOICE
DESI It A II LE PATTKHNS.
Orders from the Otber Islands will as usual be
promptly attended to.
LEWERS .t DICKSON.
Lumber YnrI Fori, Kin;; nud Merchant
Street. 4s0-6t
BOLLES & CO. !
Have Received per Late Arrivals from
ROSTON. SAN FRANCISCO
AND OREGON,
A General Assortment of GOODS !
Which will toe Sold Low
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
CALIFORNIA LIME, per Lnte A rrtvnU.
For Saie by
470-lra BOLLES fc Co.
O ac Gr oods !
SUCH AS
P RES ERA' ED MEATS, OYSTERS
Claras, Lobsters. Peaches, Toniatoes, c, c, Ac.
ALSO
Caes Seet Oil,
Cava Picklfs,
Ccscs Pie Fruits,
C-)ts Ground Pepper,
Ca Ceseia,
Cases Cloven,
Cases Pimento,
Cases Ultger,
j Case Soda,
I CsjC Crem cf Tsrtar. Sa'eeatf.., Kc, fyo., &c.
Fci' Sale by
iT3-lra
BOLLES h Co.
BOSTON LARD IN IO Lb. TINS.
PHILADELPHIA II A MS.
for sale bv
i;3.1n BOLLES ft Co.
j CARD -MATCHES
i CliiTkOR. HIT ROSTOV CARD MAT-
3fJ CUES.
For Saic by
BOLLES If Co.
CORDAC.E
. h r . r-nn li i n T - . a t .
j A'JL Hem p Cordige. hsuoi ieri Mires;
ieizir.g tut3'. ppunyara. Ratlin. Marline.
' For Saie by
; i79-lc. BOLLES & Co.
I SMALL SIZE MANILA It OPE.
COIL SIZE from 1-2 to I 3-1 inch
Mania md" n pe.
Fur file bv
i 479-Im BOLLES k CO.
FLOUR, FLOUR.
dlECON RAKER'S EXTRA.
'a'ir rii a BakerV Extra. Calif. -mi i Extra r'arriiiv.
I i.r S;.!.. t v
4;9-lai IT'LL Ed a-Co.
KETfOSENE OIL
rtOWVKR'S KEROSENE
Z
Earrier' Ker. ..:., S:mc i "ii Company.
At wi'.l.-ja.e and Ketail by
7-lm ROLL En & Cu.
PILOT RREAD
EXTRA SUPERFINE CALIFORNIA PI-L-.'T
BREAD, lor fnlt by
473-lm
BOLLES A: Co.
STOCKHOLM TAR
RIOHT VARNISH, PAINT OIL,
White Z.nc Pa r', W!.:e Id, Pars Grfen.
Vriir:', Biick Pain-, Liinp Black.
For FaJeby
47G lm r.OLI.E? jt Co.
HEMP CANVAS, Assorted Numbers
I TEMP SAIL TWINE.
18
For ?aie by
4T'j-lui
BOLLES jc C:
CICAIJS
- A NIL A NO. 2. A SUPERIOR ARTICLE.
aJL IlavsaaCUars. Oenaan C'?--:r.
For !? bv
4"T9-ltn ROLLES tr Co.
CRl'Sin i) SUGAR
IN II LP TtA RRELS. :,il A l.-(lnt RETAIL
Ira By p.i il LKS 4: Co.
BROUN SUGAR
fN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
F.-.r hy
47?-lc BOI.T.r.. a. Co.
H. MCKFELB & CO !
EXPECT TO AliJilVE
IN ALL SEPTEMBER NEXT
JrNr I-Trtwa iian Bark
t
r n ?F
S. GEERKEN, Master.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Gr O O X) S !
SELECTED FOR THE
As Follows :
DRY GOODS.
mniKEY red unl yellow prinla"j
I Tink and yellow prints I
Fancy prints x
New style
raiicy iitiei prim. n-
Black and white mourning print
Two blue print
Turkey rrd cotton.
Brow n cotu.n.
Bine cotton.
Bed licking,
Mi urninji .Muslin.
Tae check tnuslin,
Curtain mus'ins.
and color
White shirting.
Brown drills,
lienims,
Hickory stripes.
Victoria lawns,
iswise muslin.
Black cobourg.
Plain black alpaca and Orleans,
Black, blue and white figured alpaca.
Black, blue and Teen lasting,
Btatk and blue cotton velvet.
Sheeting lft-4, 11-4. 12-4.
Assortment f white linen.
l'udres.-d brown linen,
Blue twill- d flannels.
Fancy and white flannels, nssorted.
Black and blue brnadv'h.th, Cashtars.
Cotton huckaback towelliug.
Blue P. C. rr.onkty jacket and pacta,
Blu-1 and rl.u k tloth pants,
CHshtnere sack' and pants,
Moleskin and cotmn pants,
F'liicy Manuel aliii i.s.
Blue and Rrt-y Canuel overshlrta.
Hickory shirin.
White cotton f-hirts, fancy bosom,
do. do. do.
Superior white ction shirts, linen bosom, collars 4 sleev.
Fancy regatta shirts, assorted,
Ladi'-s' mantles and cliildreti's Jackets,
Men's fell hatn.
Hosiery
Men's prey and white merino socks,
Men's brown and mixed cotton sockf.
Women's white and Hack cotton stocking.
Children's sock and stockings.
Men's heavy woolen socks aud htock'mps,
Men's woolen cf.mforter.
Men's srey and white merino undershirts,
Ladies' white merino undershirts.
Brown, white and fancy striped coltnn uudcrihirts
Fancy pnepe silk "handkerchiefs,
i!k corah-. Black M k cravats.
Black Hiid fancy silk neckti-s,
Turkey nil and yellow handkerchiefs,
Fancy cotton bundkercht.-fs.
White tmilin handkerehi. fs, fancy border.
White muslin handkerchief lacr border.
Valencieune handkerch-efs.
Linen carabric handkerchiefs.
Sc1 cilery.
Ladies' glde saddles,
English saddles, all hogiikin, complete,
EiiK'.ihh saddles, hoskin 6eats, complete.
French saddles, complete.
Bridles with curb bits. Iron tlnued bits.
Woolen and cotton saddle girths.
PcrFumery.
Superior colopne water,
Colopne water in 8 cornered bottles,
Oenuin Lubin's extracts, Hair oil,
Macanr oil, Fancy toilet soap.
Ciroc cries.
Enliiih pie fruits and pickles.
Sardines in quarter and hlf boxes,
RaisiiiS in quarter and half hnxes.
Aluinruls in demijohns, W'ei-tphalia hatns,
Swi.s cheese, Oreen cheee,
Iaf suirsr. Crux! ed sucar,
l.'i-.rauiine blue, Indit;,i i.;ue.
Chocolate, D. in J ihns pea rl barley, Pago, Carrawsy sead ,
Vinegar, Licorice.
Ifiirclwnrc &: Cutlery.
Fencing wire, Bnr iron, Honp iron,
Iron tut; ir crler. t'lij iier wire c!uth,
tialvamzed iron -ipe, tlieet i r,c.
Cocoa-!. anrlled butcher k:i:v.s,
Snilor's jack kni-. Kni.e arid forks,
fcisori, Jtwsharp. Iroti tliiroi.Ies, Needles,
Iron tinned saucepan. Ir-m t.niie l te kettle.
Iron p'ds, Rivets, Wruiiht uads, Ir.gota tie
IVsivstl Stores.
Boiled li ls.TH oil. Zinc pai-it,
W hite lend, ilr-.-n paint, Paris prjen.
Prussian blue. Red lead. Yellow ochre,
Veuitian red. Coppe: pump t icks,
A..rtrncr.t of Ru-siau o rdnpe, Ppiicyaru.
Mucihi rope and 1 inch. Flat: tir.es,
I.i iin.S, Marlir.R, liou3 HRt line,
Errfbah hemp sul twit e. Ur.pii.ft twine,
llciup canv,-i3, Rutia IL-ht and heavy Clock.
Muatz ycilow racial and rati-!.
A small invoice of fine Cut Glasses.
Tumblers, &:c.
Spirits. Wines, &c.
Superior French brr.r.dy, in casks snd canes.
Bam Is and kps of rem, Oenulae Holland gia.
Common Holland kin, Ltntcarlo wir.e, ia cas,
Clare:, ir. cas:; and cases,
Barcmy, Perkins Ca'i portr. in quarts and pints.
German ah;, in quarts ai d pints,
upcrmr merry aaa ptTtwiue, in caae?,
fctomach b::ters,
Champusrne, quarts & pints, HeidEieck & Co's Grand vin rryal;
ChampH?ne, qu arts tr J iati, RuitLart pcre & QU, Carta blanche,
belters wter. '
Snsiclries.
J3k
Lira
Blanket, scarlet, blue, irre-n. wlJte, prey,
Burlap-, i'.lai k .:k umbrWla.
Black silk hat r:thon. Fancy nnr t nbbon.
Black and fancy silk velv. i"r;bb.n,
laneu tl read, white, brown, bin-k.
Cotton thread, white and Mil-, spool cotton.
Worsted braid and pimp. Ii.ir-., black, brown, blue.
Crape W l ite c.--to.-i bu.-kaback towels,
Linen hucka! ai k towi-.
Cotton an 1 hr:--!! Turkish towels.
Carpet ba'i, Wiy.'.en shawls ati.l plains,
L-it sbals, Berlin wool.
La !: f' an 1 clildren's straw hats, trimmed,
R.v s-rav hats and cap, French calfakins.
Plated candlesticks. Ladies' head drissts,
Porte rconnsies. Ladies' vnri baskets.
La lies' ariting cas.-s. Lead pencils.
Carpenter's pencils, steel rc-ns
Foolc:p, letter, anil note pap. r,
Bliir.k hx-k. R'-ceipt books. Letter copy hoc k,
Knveioj -i. Framed slates and ;ate. peaci'.s,
Assortun :.t C f toys.
Ivory con?'j. Dres-inp comb?. Hair brushes
P.-arl buuor. Par.t butt.-ns. Porcelain button,
Gold lei.f, Priritine paper, smokinpr pipes.
Walking caiif . uspemlrrs. Feather dusters.
LaduV and cenUemi n's kid ai.d t
Bed quilts. Rifle powder, in and 1 i, tiiis,'
F!ow-r Ktnpfy deir.ij .hr.s,
O AK RA RRELS A M KEGS.
OILSHOOKS, FIRE R RICKS,
FIRECLAY, PIPECLAY,
KAOLIN. PORTLAND CEMENT.
BLACKSMITH COALS,
STEAM COALS.
ROOFING SLATES-
Oak Boats 16. 17. 18. 10. 20 ft 1od.
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