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T H K V 0 L V N E S I A N .
The blessing purcliasctl by thy woitli in j Vinegar Arrow Hoot Corn Pota-
From Wack wood's Magazine.
TO A LITTLE BOY.
II Y KOIIEUT CUAMl'.nU.
My winsome one, my handsome one, my
darling little boy,
The heart' pride of thy mother, and thy fa
ther's chiefest joy;
Come ride upon my shoulder, come sit upon
my knee, '
And prattle all the nonsense that I love to
hear from thee ;
With thine eyes of merry lustre, and thy
pretty lisping tongue,
And thy heart that evermore lets out its hum
ming happy song;
With thy thousand tricks so glccsonie, which
1 bear without annoy,
Come to my arms, come to my soul, my dar
ling little boy!
My winsome one, my fairest one, they say
that later years
Will sometimes change a parent's hope for
bitter grief and tears;
But thou, so innocent! canst thou be aught
hut what thou art,
And all this bloom of feeling with the bloom
of face depart?
Canst thou this tabernacle fair, where God
reigns bright within,
Profane, like Judah's children, with the pa
gan rites of sin ?
No no, so much I'll cherish thee, so clasp'd
we'll be in one,
That bugbear guilt shall only get the father
with the son!
And thou, perceiving that the grief must me
at least destroy,
Wilt still be fair and innocent, my darling
little boy !
JMy gentle one, my blessed one, can that time
When I to thee shall be severe, or thou un
kind to me ?
Can any change which time may bring, this
glowing passion wreck,
Or clench with rage the little hand now fond
ling round my neck?
Can this community of sport, to which lovo
brings me down,
Give way to Anger's kindling glance, and
Hate's malignant frown?
No no, that time can ne'er arrive, for,
This heart shall still be wholly thine, or shall
not be at all;
And to an offering like this thou canst not
e'er be coy,
But still wilt be my faithful and my gentle
My winsome one, my gallant one, so fair, so
With thy bonnet set so proudly upon thy
With thy fearless bounding motions, and thy
laugh of thoughtless glee,
So circled by a father's lovo which wards
each ill from thee!
Can I suppose another time when this shall
all be o'er,
And thy check shall wear tho ruddy badge
of happiness no more;
When all who now delight in thee far else
where shall have gone,
And though shall pilgrimize through life, un
friended and alone,
Without an a;d to strengthen or console thy
Save the memory of the love of those who
left the thus behind.
Oh, let me not awake the thought, but in the
Make thee a child of wisdom and to heaven
bequeath the rest.
For rather let me image thee, in sunny fu
Outdoing every deed of mine and wearing
With less to dull thy fervency of recolloctcd
And more to animate thy course of glory and
A hone as happy sha'l be thine, and I too
shall be there,
ncacc and love to share
Shall see within thy beaming eye my early
And every ill of failing life a bliss by kin d
Shall see thee pour upon thy son, then sitting
on thy knee,
A father's gushing tenderness, such as I feel
And know, as I this moment do, no brighter,
Than thus to clasp unto thy soul, thy darling
Ui May, IU3").
L ADD & Co.
Have for sale.
100 Tons Sugar,
20,000 (Jails. Molasses,
2,000 Do. Svrup,
GO Pr. Ox Hows,
1 Case Riding1 Saddles,
1 do Paint Brushes,
4 Casks Tin Ware nss'd,
G Kegs Cooper's Rivets,
2 Tons Steel, ass'd,
15 Cooking Stoves,
11 Coils Lead Pipe,
2 Tons Zinc,
GOO lbs. Brass Kettles,
15 Half bbls. Coal Tar,
21) Clial. Coal,
100 Coils Cordage,
200 .lbs Sewing Twine,
20 Bolts Canvass,
GO Kegs Paint, ass'd,
1 Case German Tumblers,
10 Kegs Tobacco,
Honolulu, June G, 1U1U. tf.
100 barrels of Salt for sale by
B. PITMAN &. SON.
Sept. 19. tf.
HENRY PATY & Co.,
Have for Sale on the most reasona
ble terms, for cash, approved credit,
or barter, a great variety of merchan
Silk, Cambrics, Ginghams,
Drillings, Tickings, Osnaburghs,
Merino, Cheneillc, Thibet and Cot
ton Shawls, Silk, Merino, and Cot
ton Handkfs Tuscan Bonnets Silk,
Satin, Velvet and Gauze Bonnet and
licit Ribbons White and Green Veils
Wound Wire, Rattans, Bonnet
Wreaths and Flowers, Tabs, Gold
and Silver Wheat Lace and Muslin
Wro't Capes and Pelerines Scarfs
Ladies Cravats, French Net Blond
Lace Insertion Open work and
Common Ladies Hose Elastics
Picnic and Cotton Gloves Petticoat
Robes Silk, Satin and Bombazine
Neck Stocks Hooks and Kyes, Nee
les Pins Emery Cushions Spool
d otton Buttons Thread Ready
Cade Clothing, Suspenders.
Axes Hatchets Hand, Back and
Key-Hole Saws Files Rasps
Knives and Forks Sheath, Pocket,
Pen and Dirk Knives Scissors
Hutts and Screws Door, Chest Mor
tice and Pad Locks Bolts Sad Iron
Japan'd Lamps r Plated, German
Silver, Brittania and Iron Tea and
Table Spoons Jewsharps Brass
nails Cut Tacks Percussion Caps
Stirrups and Bits Rat Traps Gun
Flints Stew Pans, Shot Spikes.
Extract Sarsaparilla Extract Bu
cho Epsom Salts Calcined M.'ig
nesia Opodeldoc Oil Spruce Es
sences Cephalic and Maccaboy Snud
Flour Beef, Ship Bread Cod
Fish Mackerel Tea Sujiar Cali
fornia Beans Pickles Salad Oil
1 Pr. Solendid Hair Cloth Sofas
2 Side Boards I Bureau I Double
Wash Stand 2 Single Wash Stands
1 Card Tabic G Doz. Wood Seat
1 Elegant Wairgon and Harness
GOO Sheets Sheathing Copper 2 !.
Am. Boards 8 M. Am. Shingles
3 Jf. Birch Boards and Joists 12
Baskets Champaignc 10 Cases Boots
and Shoes 20 Doz. Lemon Syrup
20 Doz. Stough ton's Elixir G Caboo
ses Paint Oil Chrome Lamp
Black Paint Brushes Indelible Ink
Writing Ink Sherry Wine Riding
Whips Bass Viol, Violinand. Guitar
Strings Silver Watches Gold Breast
Pins Harmonicons Signal Horns
Umbrellas Men's and Boy's Blk. and
Drab Hats 1 Set Heavy heaving
down 1 Bocks Bags Twine Brooms
Rope California Soap Letter and
Hill Pa per Blank Books Tobacco
Just published, and for sale, by II.
P. iV Co. the New Mexican Tariff
and Port Regulations.
Cash paid, as above, for Bills of Ex
change on the United States, Eng
land, France or Russia.
Honolulu, May 2ef, 1S10. tf
Six good Mules,
Enquire of LADD & Co.
June, G. tf.
E. k II. GRIMES,
Have on hand and for sale on reason
able terms, an assortment of English,
American, and China Goods, among which
may be found the following, viz.
Brown, Blue, White, Cotton and Lin-
en uritis. iouon uukis. liiaek, liliic,
and White Linen and Cotton Thread.
Bleached and unbleached American Cot
tons, different widths and qualities. A
inerican, English and French Prints.
Men's and Women's Cotton Hosiery.
India Rubber, Satin, and Cotton Suspend-
ers. Marking ink, Jiclt Itmantls, ised-
ticking, Sailor Stripes, Black Hats, Men's
and Women's Shoes, Brogans, and Calf
skin Boots and Pumps. White Shirts,
with linen and grass cloth bosoms. Pet
ticoat Robes, Ready made Clothing, Cot
ton, Nankin, tfce., Tassels, Bonnets,
Hair Brushes, Tortoise Shell Dress Combs.
Wick Yarn, Scotch Plaids, French Mus
Light Blue Cottons. Souchong, Hy
son, and Pouchong Teas, Sewing Silk,
Blue and Yellow Nankins, White Grass
Cloth, Colored and Black Silk Hdkfs
viruss vioin vioiuiug, juusun.
Shovels, Spades, Knives and Forks,
Jack Knives, Scissors, Pins, Needles,
Gimblets, Padlocks, Butcher Knives, Hat
Pins, Spring Balances, Iron and Brass
Scivcs, Iron CoHee Mills, Percussion
Caps, Braces and Bitts, Sad Irons, Back
Saws, Nails, assorted, Steelyards, Sheet
Iron, Fry Pans, Sauce Pans, Wrought and
Cast Iron Tea Kettles, Bake Pans, Tea
Trays, Jew's Harps, Razors, Hatchets,
Wood Axes, Spoke Shaves, Adzes, Door
Locks, Latches, Chest Locks, Sail Nee
dles, Fish Hooks, Flints, Looking Glass
es, Pistols, Fowling Pieces, 1 Ride, Iron
Rivets, Brass Nails, Rim Locks, Screw
and Pod Augurs, (muter s Scales, Pow
der, Shot, Gun Locks, Globe Lanterns,
Codec Roasters; Tin Pots, Tin Pans,
Harness Buckles, assorted, Currycombs,
Rat Traps, Tin Soup Tureens, Files, assorted.
AT-tiwirt mliitii tlnnlia fa,.., h
Letter Paper, Ruled and plain Cap IV
WUins, v aiurs, iiuu, ijiuck una lied. J.
Steel Pens, Shipping Papers, and C0:
Cedar Logs, Cedar Boards, Anicrh
Pine Shingles, Koa Boards, Plank a
Shingles, N. W. Rafters, and Aineric
Olive Oil, Olives, Mustard, Spani.
Manila and Macao Cigars, Ground Sa;
SnulV, Tobacco, Stoughton's Elixir, fo,
on Syrup, Nutmegs, Allspice, Black P.
per, Box Raisins, Essence of Spruce a
Peppermint, Cinnamon, Ground Gin-
Flour, California Beef, Beans and IV
Cut Tumblers, Macaroni, Vcrmicilla.f
p 11.' ! I r. 1 ''
norma, American anu r.ngnsn soap,
cifer Matches, Capers, Ale, Old Porta
Sherry, Cordage, Pails, Buckets, Coa;
and r ine Combs, China Pipes, Beads, F,
Lozenges, Molasses, Stone Jars, Yjr
Fine Heavy Blankets, Ship's Wind!;.
Jewelry, 1 hemp Cable, Pitch, RoVin, i
row Root, Cutlasses, Soup Ladles, Br
tannia Tea ami lable Spoons,
Green and Red Flannel, Red and E
Twilled Wool Shirts, Mat Bags, Vm:
Walking Canes, Axe Handles, Lavnii
Water, Shaving Brushes, Handel
Hour and Second Glasses, Jib Ha;.
1 China Bureau, 2 Chain Cables, -2 .1
chors, Filberts, Almonds, Prunes, Mn.
Wine, Mace, Rice, Fancy Chairs, liar
Bottoms, Capers, Steel Hoes, Anurir
Pork, Shoe Blacking, English DuckJi
ing Lines, Sewing 1 wine, Nutmeg C
ters, Spirits Turpentine, Black IV
Cayenne Pepper, Razor Straps, Pc
Cases, Pea Jackets, Ground Verdi:
Indian Meal, Claret Wine, Cast
Punches, 1 Cook Stove.
PEIRCE & BREWEK,
Commission ill mlj an to,
Honolulu, Island of Oaho,
HAVE Constantly on hand and
sale on liberal terms. Merchandise inn
ted from the United States, Km:!;.
Chili, and China, and adapted to:
trade ot the
N OUT II PACIFIC.
They offer to purchase the product
of the Sandwich Islands, and of Cali
nia ; and Bills of Exchange on Erdi
France, Russia and the United gtato-
LADD & Co.
Have for Sale,
30 Bales Brown Cotton,
10 Cases Prints,
1 Do Grass Cloth,
50 Boxes Hyson Tea,
40 Hyson Skin, "
200 Congo Souchong Tea.
June, G. tf.
BAKERS FROM CAflTOJ
Good people all walk in and b"!
Of Sam it Mow, good cake and i1
Bread hard or soft, for land or w
'Celestial" made; come buy of wc ;
June 15. tf
Terms of the POLYNESIAN
Sunsc-RiPTioN. E'mht Dollars tier imin
llo in lulviuMu; Im If year, Five l)o!luii 'i'
l'lireu l)olli;r; hinlo conic, ii." rent. .
AiVKiruiN(;. jj.2, 2.) lor tliito interim"
wjiuiri!; forty l.nt. fr UjU.i, 4 out inuii m ; mprt';
half ami ltx titan a wjuare, si, .' for lir.'t tlirt
lions, niul lilMrms Un- fuc-lt a fl;r inMTt i"i , '',
square,!, 2. fur lirM tlncu insertions, ui"1
lor LMfh sucrcitttiiiK insertion. ,
IcrniH of yenrly advertising made known od.
cation to.thu editor.