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. l'..in)l).ATTKCOItXKR OF FOltT
3 ami 'W.-n-h.-iiit m-rts, ivinin.l tho iuHlo that he coiitiimus
n ,i-t- t tin; If-atim-nt .f Iiskaks of all kinls, hav-
: - .r f:i!.' a at Vitri.-ty of 1kc;s aiul Mkukisks of th btst
.-., y. 11: :U u-
At-nii -t lie I iiii : t v ralrin-'. oirsive sul'limate,
na':n- aJi'l, t. isius V.-;i:i, nux vomica, opium,
IV.wi.- a.-;,l, alcli.,1.
lu-k, otra"'t ia'i-k, mlo-iK-, lavender water,
in. !-!i lioiiu-y a::-l ntli-T soaps.
I" ail Kirl'v, oat nt-al, pm shellac,
u ri'i!'-' ;m.I in;:rk:nu' ink, Sau ls sar.-aparilla,
j-la w.iU r, aul oth- r articled tuo numerous to mention.
J ,- Kusiiy 1'-uii1 v;h::ii wanted. 6-tf.
SCHOOL ISOOKS ! !
SII'ST UKt'KIVKI) PER "MESSENGER
UIKIV tr.., l',.f.n.
1'i.M) I'ar!.: r's iTin.rs
ouu (!. W-ml llaiMers,
Ion First licador,
loo 1'rif. .-'s -1 1 i i r Hook,
J."t) Mfint'-iih's First lessons in Ocogvanhy,
vi'M .1... Manual of do.
lot) ti;Naily's .i.'raphy,
loo lavi. "-- 1'riniary Arithmetic,
To I'arkt r's .1 in i'!i'.l. 1'liilosophy,
Mo !. First l,- ::is in I'lnlosophy,
'lark !:!'!.' of lr;tvin;r.
I..i).in- i"- L'-,iiii Iai'iaf,
Fulton Ka.-ti:iaus lk Keeping,
.lut ml - 'ti-ir l.y i!-a ll'ury,
i. - i-ti::-- s ..ri Arts and tfcRUC-ii,
.Ma-' ui.- t'l.art,
iMyia-uth Coll. 1 fyinns and Tunes,
iliituan' Travt-ls in Enrop.;, 2 vols,
-t- II. M. WHITNEY.
SAIK IJV TIIK IXDEUSKiXED-
Cotton ila.-k Nos. 1 to 10; anchors ami chains.
Ui--ia and Manila iMr.laire, 1J to T inch;
'.' 1 iad pork; medium bread; butter in kej.'s;
Ta lines; 5MssalteI toitjrue?; oast;s iirrserved meats;
Ca-o., ir-s,-;-ved frrei-u iea.-'; i-a-s oreserved green corn;
a- s a-.-;rted saaees; casos as(,rt-'d English pie fruits:
"a.-s assorte.l Kiivrlish pickles; cases claret wine;
Casi-s olive oil; cutting falls;
Ca.- s ni''trs trout brogaus; cases m.ai's calf brogiins;
"; women's sIhh;?; denim pants and fracUs;
Hardware of all kinds; crockery of all kinds;
Ckissware and eutl ry; groceries of all descriptions;
liipont's powder in 1 l' catis;
Cane an. 1 wood seat chairs, varion patterns;
I'.ales monkey jackets; bales thick pants;
I'.al- s biaokets; rolls lirussells and tapestry carpets;
hili.s1 ciiin'u'iri-jt and cabin stoves;
Tea; -oi1 e; pujrar; :isorted p pices j
I'.bls Nesv Enirlaml riuii,"
Cases 'uuuH IJranily, T .
r,, , . ! In l?ond.
Cbls pure spirit, f
Half J!Jjes ;'itl, J
iJoat anehor; 'A Inlinjr trear; I -locks, assorted es;
Coru ati l hickory brooms; bales wrapping pajter;
15oxes el.!c-late; hair, paint and whitewash brushes;
Thin cloihitiir ef all kinds;
And a variety of articles adait-l to the retail trade.
T'ales d aiinis; blue drills; saddlery. ft?sorted.
20-tf J. C. SPALDING
PALE AND (i OLD EN SHERRIES AND
JUST RECEJVED, per GAMHIAJrom Tuke, Holds
worth & Co., London, an Invoice of London bottled genuine
Vino Svco tit Xcrcw !c In Eroiitera."
ALSO, on hand, a small quantity of the well-known genuine
from the same London House, for sale by
ED. HOFFsCH LAEGEll & ST A FEN 1 10 ItST.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT, comprising the
following variety :
Crates containing white Granite Plates (soup and dining)
Do. do. Breakfast do., do. do. Soup Tureens,
Blue. do. do., white do. Sugar Bowls,
Io. do. Covered Butter Dishes, do. do. Chambers,
" " Ildld. Coffee Cups, Harrington Pitchers,
Toilet sets, complete, white Granite Bakers,
Do. do. Dishes, assorted sizes,
Yellow Iron-stone Nappies, extra large size,
Cut and pressed Tumblers and Wine Glasses, Gobletd,
Britannia and plated Tea and Coffee Pots,
Mul's, quart, pint, and half-pint Bowls,
For sale low by (74-tf) J. C. SPALDING.
TJTOR SALE BY TIIK UNDERSIGN ED. 2 lxnre Mahozanv
7 Mtieooards, very superior, 1 smaller one, Uo. do., Chest of
Drawers Mahogany, Bureaus do., Toilette Stands do., and Rose
wood, Card Tables, do., Arm Chairs, Rocking do., Heavy Rose
wood Extension do., Parlor Chairs of various patterns, Mirrors
different sizes, Hat and Umbrella Stands, Cottage and Horizon
tal Pianofortes of celebrated Makers. Also a splendid assort
ment of new pattern Housepaper with border.
July 1, 1-tf VON HOLT & IIEUCK.
kTOTICE.-ALL PERSONS IXDKBTKD TO
HENRY MACFARLANE, of the Commercial Hotel at
Honolulu, :nd the Commercial Billiari Saloon and Res
tai rant at Lahaina, are hereby notified to make payment to
the undersisrned ; and all persons who have claims on the above
named HENRY MACFARLANE, are requested to present
accounts to the undersigned duly appointed atrents for the
settlement of Jiis affairs. A. P. EVERETT,
POST OFFICE NOTICE. The following are the
rates of postage chargeable at this OLlice on all pre-paid
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5c. 12c. 17c 1 32c
5 i 10
5 j 10
5 12 17 32
5 22 27 ! 52
5 52 57 il 12
5 17 22 i 42
5 31 36 ; 70
5 2S 33 i 04
5 32 37 ! 72
5 3rt 44 I 8o
5 22 27 i 52
5 4f. 51 T 00
5 6 11 1G
5 25 50
5 5 TO
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Gt Britain, Ireland, and Scotland
Rremei!, Hamburg & German States,
Russia. Finland, &c
British West Indies,
West Indies (not British)
Australian Colonies (via San Fran)
A-.-.. res. or Western Islands,
All ports in the Pacific, when sent
direct trom this otrice,
jT'All 1 'tters for places marked above with a star, ()muxt be
if-i thr(uu;h, or they will not be forwarded excepting let
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pealed bag through the United States, and only Hawaiiau and
Sea postage collected viz :
Siri-.d.- letters, - 7 cents
Newspapers, .- - - " " "
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i.' J, .:n-ie letters from the U. S. - - - 7 cents.
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less than 40 pnges, 4 "
2 cents per ounce.
r:it" as Wtors.
N-.-wspap'-r--nt fr--m here must be prepaid.
To C.ilifx-fTiia and Fa-t'TM U. - - -
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" France. -
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A redueti-.n ina-le on iamphiets and papers received in pack-a.-.s
of two,, r more to regular subscribers.
' 1 'c -nts C.S. Stamp, an-1 5 Cents Hawaiian, will pay letters
th-V S. thP-u-h, and can be pnured at this office,
th. .. .- , J061-rn JACKSON, Post Master.
Honolulu, Nov. 1st, lS5o l4-tf
il A M 1 1. Y A L M A N A CS, 1 O C K ET D I A R 1ES,
Dailv Journals and Calendars for 1S7, for sale by
O0-I-.0 H. M. WHITNEY.
HAWAIIAN" FOItJI HOOK,
CO NT VIMNC; all the lKd A L FORMS in central
ii, and A SYSTEM OF BOOKKEEPING.
Bv J. W. II. Kauwahi. IVice $5 per copy.
'For sale by (-H-trf H. M. WHITNEY.
1ST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
. Narrow bill paper;
Account current paper;
Quills ; slate pencils;
Cloth envelopes, extra larjre sizes.
II. M. WHITNEY.
A SET OF TIMSVAUAHLK STANDARD
work, m i:- Volumes, well bound in heavy English calf
price 50, fr sale by '
b H. M. WHITNEY.
LLOYD'S MEEKLY XKWSPAPEll"
71 D IT ED BY DO I. GLASS JERROLD, can be
Mid suppliil to subscribers at $3 per annum, in advance
42-4t II. M. WIHTN E Y.
SAND ROXES AND SAND FOR SALE 1JY
'J-20 H. M. W1I1TN E Y.
lRAWI.NG PAPER-Of various sizes and qualities,
MP For sale by
II. M. WHITNEY.
CAPT. ROBERT BROWl"S
WHALING GUX.VATEXT UOMB LANCES
AND GUN HAIU'OUXS
AFTElt SEVERAL YEARS LABOR AXD
cierimentinfr Uon whales, on Uk whaling jrrouml, with
his apparatus, combined with the advantages ol being a practical
whaleman, the I'atentee has 1eeii enabled to obtain an instru
ment iu form of a liomb Lance, which for utility and effective
ness cannot be excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the following testimonials.
San Francisco, January 10, 1S5C.
Capt. II. lii'.ow.N Sir I take this opportunitv to inform
you that we used those Bomb Lances we bought of vou, and
found them to be of great benefit in capturing whales amongst
lbe ht st whale that we usel th Bomb Lance on was killed
in the following manner . The boat went alongside of the whale
and the boat-steerer fired a Bomb into him acd then fastened to
him with a gig iron : the Bomb was heard to explode, and the
vrhale did not Wow after the Bomb exploded. The above-mentioned
whale was in tin; ice, and it is our opinion that we should"
not have got that whale and many others that we did get, if it
had not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend
theiu to the attention of those fitting out whale ships,
Thomas Wall, Master bark Georye.
IIONOi.rxc, March 17, 1S56.
Catt. Robert Brow My dear Sir: I used your Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, winch made
250 bbls. of oil. We never could have taken him without said
Lances, as our boats could not get near enough to use the com
mon hand lance.
G. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia.
HoxoLvi.r, March 15, 1S56. ,
Catt. Bohf.rt Browv Dear Sir I take thi opportunity?
to inform yni that I used your Bombs on the voyage in the ship
IferaJ, and found them effective in taking whales, and would
recommend them to all whalemen, and especially around the ice.
I also used the harpoon and got most of the whales by your
Guns and apparatus.
Isaac Allks, Master ship Herald.
Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the undersigned,
Agents, who have the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons for
14-tf u. COADY & CO., Honolulu.
JUST received by the undersigned, the regularly
appointed Agent of C C. Brant, a tine lot of his im
proved Gc.v.s and Lancet of the larcrest size and latest
patent : also a few of the Mnall Lances. A sample may be seen
at the office of C. A. Williams Co., and A. J. Cartwriuht, Esq.
20-tf A. M. GODDAUD.
DEALERS IN WHALEMEN'S SUPPLIES AND GENERAL
Kawaihae, Hawaii, S. I.
fWAYK CONSTANTLY ON HAND a goM
il supply of Hawaiian Beef, Hogs, Sheep, and numerous
other articles required by Whalemen. The above articles can
be furnished at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable
terms in exchange for bills on the United States, or orders on
J any .Merchant at the Islands. No charge made on inter-island
IT Beef packed to order, and warranted to keep in any
Now i llie tiicie to Mii2rrihc for
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN" PAPERS
raMIE UNDERSIGNED is Ajrent to receive suhscrip
JL. tions throughout this kingdom for any of the following1
publications. Subscribers will receive them punctually on the
arrival of each mail from the United States, when paid for in
Harper's Monthly Magazine (thejie plus ultra
of Magazines.) - - - - - $ 5 00
Putnam's Monthly Magazine, ... 5 00
(Jodey's. Lady's " .... 5 00
Graham's Illustrated u ... 5 00
Leslie's Maeazine of Fashion, - . - - f 00
Hunt's Merchant's Magazine, ... 6 00
Knickerbocker u ... 5 00
Eclectic " - 7 00
Littel's Living Age, (weekly) .... 7 00
The School-Fellow, (a monthly Mag. for children) 2 00
Blackwood's Magazine, (English) - - - 5 00
Blackwood and the i English Quarterlies, - 10 00
Either of the 4 English " - - 4 00
United States Illustrated Magazine, - 4 00
y-rt!: iiHrici.i llcvitrt. Ci iii.i i Lti 1 VI - - - SOU
De Bow's Review, (monthly) - f 00
Dickens' Household Words, ... 5 00
Hutching's California Magazine, - 4 00
London Illustrated News, (weekly) - - - $14 00
" Evening Mail, (tri-weekly of the London
Punch, (weekly) .... 7 no
Despatch, " 14 00
Bell's Life in London, - - - 14 00
London Weekly Times, - - 10 00
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, - 10 00
French Courier des Etats Unis. - - - - 6 50
New York Herald, (weekly) - f 5 00
" " Tribune, "... - 4 00
" " Times, " .... 4 00
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, (weekly) -
Ballou's Boston Pictorial, " 5 00
Sun Francisco Herald, - 6 00
Bulletin, .... 6 00
Alta California, - 6 00
Town Talk, 5 00
Boston Journal, (weekly) .... 4 00
Willis' Home Journal, - 4 00
New York Independent, (weekly) ... 4 00
Philadelphia Evening Post " ... 4 00
Harper's Weekly Journal, .... 4 00
Life Illustrated, (a weekly Family Journal) - 4 00
The Country Gentleman, do u 4 00
New Bedford Mercury, .... 4 00
" " Ship List, .... 3 00
Cultivator Magazine, (monthly, on farming,) '1 00
The above list comprises the cream of British and American
periodical literature, and will be supplied to subscribers here
at the rates annexed to each periodical. Those taking several
periodicals will be allowed a liberal discount. All the above
periodicals are regularly received by each mail frcm the United
States, and can be supplied on application. The undersigned
will also order bv mail any papers not in the above list for those
who may desire them. (31-52) II. M. WHITNEY.
SUGAR, SYRUP AND MOLASSES,
TT71ROM THE NEW CROP, Koloa Plantation, for
II. HACK FEED & Co.
MASTS OF ALL SIZES,
OR SALE RY
II. IIACKFELD & CO.
XCIIO R S, CHAINS, CORDAGE, &c
75 Coils Manilla, li to 4i inch,
50 " Russia tarred Rope, 2h to 7 do.,
6 Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 2000 lbs.,
3 Chain Cables, li inch, 70 fathoms each,
S of best pattern Ships' Calxyjses, patent of 1S55,
15 Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood.
For sale low by (14-tf) J.C.SPALDING.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
THE AGENT OF THE HUDSON'S RAY
COMPANY offers for sale at the following cash prices :
CHAINS, per lb., 6 cents, ) a,50rtcd siz
ANCHORS, " S " 3 assorted sizes.
If on tiie, a small advance on the alove pricesor approved
bills on the L". States will be taken in liquidation at the rate of
5 per cent, premium on the cash price.
Honolulu. 23, 1S5(3. 13-tf
II A W A I I A N BEEF,
IT Ol'ZADA Sc SPENCER Constantly on hand,
JLi and for sale by
20-tf A. P. EVERETT.
JUST RECEIYED 200 bbls. Liverpool Salt for sale by
W. F. ALLEN,
26 tf Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts
THE SUBSCRIBER will have constantly on hand
best Hawaiian Beef, packed in Turks Island salt, and war
ranted, under the suiervision of James Makee, Esq., for sale by
31-tf CHAS. BREWER 2d.
TROXG HEMP BAGGING 42 inches wide, Cors
."MCtting and Osnaburgs for sale at econmical rates bv
Jy 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANI0N.
CLOTHING FOR SALE The undersigned have
always on hand an assortment of German made Clothing,
Coats Cloaks, and Pants of different Ftyles.
July 1, 1-tf VON HOLT & IIEUCK.
H ARCOAL IRONS JUST RECEIYED, per
) ' Yankee," and for sale by
45-3t W. N. LADD.
LD M A DEI R A In casks and bottles.
For sale by
lf ACKEREL A few half barrels superior mackerel,
for faxnily u.se, for sale low by
C. A. & II. . T00R.
PERM CANDLES. FOR SALE RY
3-tf II. IIACKFELD & CO.
"rELLOV M ETA L Assorted weight?, for sale by
M. 25tf K -r. FIELD.
SHIP CHANDLER AND IMPORTER,
STEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND HARD- I
WARE, Crockerv. Whale Line. Casks. Preserved Meats. !
and every article of Ship Chandlery required by Whale ships i
and other vessels. 1
Ship ChniKllery. Craft. Sec, !
Anchors, Cham Cables, Hawsers, Anchor hacklei ;
Chain ati'l Topsail Sheet Shackles, Windlass Nippers aud !
Brakes, Ships Candxioses and Coppers. !
Extra Stove linings and Grates, Russia Iron Bake Pans. j
Small Cabin Stoves, Boat Boards Masts and Timbers. !
Oars, Boat Hooks and Anchors, Boat Cutting and Head
Sjiades. Hari"Miits, Gig Irons, Lances, Lance poies.
Spade Poles, Grains, Gaffs, Pikes, Ui.wWks.
Composition Gudgeons, Boat Corks, Can and Sister Hooks. ;
Hooks and Thimbles, Open and Welded Thimbles. i
Dead Eyes, Bulls Eyes, Leading Trucks, Ships Scrapers. !
Leaning, Boarding, Boat and Blubber Knives.
Mincing Knives, for Mincing Machines.
Pitch and Try Pots, Crow Bars, (steel pointed)
Boat Ruirs and Clinches, F'og Horns, Deck Lights.
Hardware Jc TonN.
Side Lights, Caulking Irons, Marlinspikes, Hand-spikes.
Handcuffs, Rigging Screws, Rigging and Pump Leather.
Boat Hatchets, Saw Sets, Patent Saw Sets,
Plane Irons, Ijong and Short Jointers.
Double and Single Fore Planes, Match, Bead & Flow Tlanes
Cut lox Fillister Planes, Sash and Coping Planes.
Grecian Ovelos, Handsaws, C. S. Hacksaws.
Compass Saws, Wood Saws, do do framed.
Hunt's C. S. Handled Axes, Broad and Narrow Axes.
Axe Hatchets, Broad Hatchets, Nail Hammers C. S. strap'd
Nail Hammers Adze eye, Tack Hammers C. L.
Coppering Hammers, Bright Saddlers do Drawing Knives
Blocks, Pat. Bushed, Double, Single, Davit & Cat do.
Iron Strapped Blocks, Iron Hoops, Mast do.
Bushed Sheaves Iron, do Liguumvita.
Jib, Fly Jib and Stay-Sail Hanks, Hand Pumps.
Copper Oil Pumps, Cppcr and Lower Pump Boxes.
Chain Punches, Top Mauls, Bri.lit Black Screw Wrenches.
Bench tx: Hand Vices, Firmer, Mortice, and Socket Chisels.
Firmer & Mortice Gouges, Larire it Small Pincers.
Drawing Knives, Compasses, Screw Drivers.
Braces "c Bits, Auger & Center Bits, Eng. Augers.
Sj.ike, Nail, & Rutting Gimblets, Wood cS: Iron Spokeshaves.
Stefil & Try Sijuares, Plumbs & Levels. Slicing Bevels.
Mortice Guages, Box Wood Rules, (four folds).
Board Measure, Box Wood Rules, Box Wood Calliper Rules
Fine Ivory Rules, Grindstones. Sand Paer.
Grindstone Cranks, (with r Hers complete).
Oil Stones, Whetstones. Kiflestones. Sandstones.
Sanded-Wood Ritles, Axe, Auger & Chisel Handles.
Brass Butt, Stop, & Key'd Cocks, Pat. Molasses Gates.
Eng. Steelyards, Improved Spring Balances.
Self Shutting Gate Hinges, Horse Fleams, Halter Chains.
Brad, Belt, Pegging it Sewing Awls, Cod & Fish Hooks.
Gun Flints, Drop & Buck Shot, Bullet Moulds.
Camion Cannister Powder, Powder Flasks.
Percussion Caps, Shot Pouches. .
Ebony v Boxwood Pricker Pads, Sail Hooks & Prickers.
Bed Keys, Bedstead Screws, Charcoal Furnaces.
Pat. Smoothing Irons, (self heating). Sad Irons & Stands.
Pat. "save all" eandiestieks, Brass Binnacle letups.
Solar side Lamps, Glass L:i.mpf,
Britannia Swing & Stand Lamps, Brass Swing tc Bin'cle do
Large Signal Lanterns, Copper Guard.
Globe do do do
Cone do do do
Tin Lamp Feeders, Cotton Wicking, Solar Wicks.
Chalk lanes, Chalk Line Reeis, Cotton Clothes Lines.
Clothes Line Hooks, Brass Iunp Hooks, do Cabin do.
Brass Knobs, do Button-, do Rack Pullies & roller ends com
do Sash Fastener?,, do Socket Bolts, do Barrel do.
Iron Barrel Brass Neck bolts, do straight do do
Brass Flat do Brass Padlocks, do Chest Locks, Iron do do
Iron Padlocks, Box Locks, Rial Dead Locks.
Chain Spring bolts, Iron & Copper tacks.
Finishing and Floor Nails, Finishing Brads.
Ceiling, Boat, Clinch, Timber. Lap and Wood end Nails.
Foot Nails, Cut do assorted, Wrought do do.
Wrought Spikes, Eng. Scupper Nails, Am. do do.
Composition Sheathing Nails, do do Coppering do.
Brass Gimlet Screws. Iron do do. do Wire, Brass do & Butts,
Iron Butts, Iron Gate Hinges, Composition Strap Hinges.
Blind Fasts and Hinges, Ufackd Hand Table Hinges.
Hand Bells (all sizes), Sheet Lead, Brick Trowels.
C. S. Shovels and Garden Hoes, do Rakes and Spades.
Ruffs and Clinches (for hose), Brass Curtain Rings.
Flat and half round Bastard Files, Cabinet Rasps.
Four square, Rat tail. Pit Saw. and Taoer Saw Files.
Half round Wood and Iron Rasps. ir Slates.
Slate Pencils, Log and Account
Memorandum, Pass, and Cargo . fcs.
Fine Buck aud Cocoa Carve..-. " able and Butcher St
Butcher Knives. Table Km . es an. I Fo, k-. Razors.
Sheath, Jack, and Shoe Knives, do Nipers.
Razor Hones and Straps, I it!- ;r and J I air Brushes.
Dressing Combs, Fine lvor Tooth do, Fine Scissors & Shears.
Glaziers Diamonds, Sign Gold Leaf. tSuwarrow Spurs.
German harps, Steel Pens, Penholders, Letter & Bill Paper.
Account Sales Paper, Black Ink in bottles, do in bbls.
Camel's Hair Pencils, Sash Tools.
Marking, Paint, Whitewash, Dust, Scrub, Floor, Tar, Shoe,
and Horse Brushes, Horse Mane Combs, Curra Combs.
Birch .viiil Corn Brooms, Cocoa Broom Stuff.
Psiiiil. wil &. Navsil Store.
Provisions, & Cubin Stores.
Carpenter' & Cooper's Tool.
Nautical 1 nMtriiiaicut. &c.
Slop & Genteel Clothing. Jy 1-tf
JUST RECE1YED PER IlADl'GA FROM
BOSTON, AND FOR SALE the following goods :
White cottons, brown cotton drills ;
Blue drills, blue cottons;
Brown cotton, sup'r denims;
Bl'd flannel, men's kip brogans;
Women's shoes, men's hats:
Pure white lead, black paint;
Chrome green, chrome yellow;
Prussian blue, celestial blue;
Boiled linseed oil in cans 4 gall, each;
Spirits of turpentine;
Bbls. Ilaxall Hour;
Water, soda and butter crackers;
(! round black and Cayenne pepper;
Ground cloves and cassia, fine table salt;
Castile and saltwater soap, hams;
Cases of oysters, roast beef, boiled beef;
Beef soup, lobster and green pea?, in 1 and 2 lb. cans;
Tomato ketchup, assorted pie fruits;
Brandy peaches, corn starch;
Bottles of ground ginger, English mustard;
Dried apples in half bbls, English cheese;
Saleratus, nests of trunks, 4 each;
Painted tubs, nests painted cov'd buckets and boxes;
Assorted solar and glass lamps;
Solar chimneys and lampwick, shoe blacking;
Writing ink, sheet lead, cut nails, ass'd;
Copper and iron tacks, ass'd, ship scrapers;
Coffee mills, patent charcoal irons;
Tiu pans and plates.
A complete assortment of stationery, &c.,"&c, &c.
38-tf H. IIACKFELD & CO.
NEW GOODS FOR SALE,
EC El V ED PER RADUGA," FROM
Bales brown Drills, do blue do,
Cases Merrimac, 2, blue Prints, ran.iry Prints,
" Pink Prints, bales Slaterville Denims,
Cases blue Cottons, do Bleached Sheetings,
Bales Ticks, do brown sheetings,
Bolts Duck, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8,
Cases Denim Frocks and Pants,
44 Striped Shirts, do Warren Denims,
Boxes and half-boxes M. R. Raisins,
Cases asst'd Crackers, kitts No. 1 Mackerel,
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The Two ThnuksgiTlng.
BT ALMA GRET.
44 Well, what is it, bright cvoi ?"
Why, I see your little heal is busy about souie
thinr. I should like to know what it is."
44 How funny, mother, you always guess me out."
44 Well, what is it, Jenny?"
Why nothing; only to-day, mamma, at recess,
we were talking about vacation ami Thanksgiving,
and the good time we were going to have the new
things for winter, and the goodies, and so on; and I
noticed that Sarah Weaver didn't say anything, but
looked as if she was just going to cry; and when Anna
Barker asked her what she was going to have, she
didn't look up for a minute, and then she said " I
do not know as anything I don't know as we shall
even have any Thanksgiving." Just then the bell
rang, and I saw her lip quiver as she turned to her
seat. You know her mother is real poor, and is not
very well. Jane says that they used to live better
than they do now, and that Mrs. Weaver never knew
want or sorrow till within a few years. I suppose
she cannot get Sarah and Nellie new clothes very
often, though I should think they must have some
thing this winter. Their clothes now are the same
they were last winter, and then they were thin and
"Is that fill?"
' No. Anna and Mary IJurbank and I have been
trying to think if we couldn't help something towards
a Thanksgiving for them. Not much, to be sure, but
then a little would make poor Sarah thankful, I know
and she is such a dear, good girl, mamma."
" Well, what does my little, heart-full girl purpose
doing?" asked Mrs. Washburn, smiling.
44 1 do not quite know, mamma, but Mary Burbank
says her mother will let her give Sarah her flannel
cloak that she has a little out-grown: it will be large
enough for Sarah ; and Anna Barker is going to ask
her father to let her take some raisins and sugar out
of his shop to carry to them. Then Lodie Nelson Raid
she had twenty cents that her mother gave her for
chores that she did last week, and she would buy a
piece of calico to make Nellie a new apron. But I do
not quite knovr what to do. I haven t any money,
and my old dresses and things you will want to
44 make down" fur Clare and Bessie. If I had eight
cents I could buj- some yarn and knit some mittens.
I know she hasn't got any, and then, mamma, I
thought perhaps you would let me carry Mrs. Weaver
a pie or something. I couLI carry her eome milk, at
" Well, I must sajT, Jenny, you have laid quite a
pretty little plot for three such madcaps as you are.
I will certainly try to help you."
"O, will you, mamma! How? I knew you
would?" exclaimed Jenny, delightedly. "Mamma,
what will you do?"
" I will iliink about it at present. That is all I
can do now. But I will contrive something."
" Contrive V I'll warrant you are contriving
something. I never saw. another such a mother (or
wife either,) to find ways and means, or rather make
them, when there are none!" and a third person,
with a very loving expression, though withal a sad
one, shut the door which he had quietly opened a
minute before, and so overheard the planners. " I
wish you would help me contrive again, Mary," said,
he, as he took the chair Jenny had jumped from, and
drawn to the fire for him.
44 Why, papa, who ever thought of your being in
44 Why, didn't you want me to hear? There, the
bell rings, puss; 'tis time for you to be at school;"
and in a second Jenny was away, leaving her father
and mother in silence, which was unbroken for
several minutes. Mrs. W.'s face had taken on an
anxious expression, which her quick eye had caugh
from her husband, and full of fears, she sat gathering,
or trying to gather, strength to meet his discourage
ment. She knew that they were poor, and that he
was several hundred dollars in debt, and had been
for several years, and she rightly conjectured that
something relating thereto had brought the shade to
her husband's usually cheerful brow.
44 Mr. Penley wants that money, Mary, and I don't
know where I am to get it."
44 1 feared so. Is it due ?"
44 Yes, to-day; and I have failed of selling that lot
of hay I hoped would pay him, and I don't know
where to go. Hay and corn are both very low, and
what I hoped would pay all my debts this year will
not pay one-third. Mary, I do not know what wc
are going to do. I have been going behindhand for
the last three years; every year pinches me up closer,
and I believe I am growing discouraged. It sickens
mc to see you toiling early and late, and scanting
yourself and children of comforts which you earn ten
times over, and which you ought to have for nothiiwr,
and I am ashamed to come and tell you how poor we
are still, I can go nowhere else. I even look forward
to the time when all I have shall pass out of my
44 O, no, no, no, husband, do not say so ! Has not
Providence always provided for us when the way was
dark? If wc still "labor and pray," and act accor
ding to the best of our judgment, I know the way
will be made plain tons. We have enough, twice
told, to pay our debts, haven't we?"
44 Yes, if it were salable, but it is not, and will not
be for a long timo to come, and, meantime, my
interest is accumulating. I must find something to
meet Penley 's demand andean, I suppose, hy taking
what I had laid by for your need and the children's
for the winter. But that I shall not do, for I could
not rc-placc it."
I 44 Is that all ? Why, then, husband, Uke it, by all
i means. 1 am surprised you should hesitate. Do you
' not know I dread nothing so much as debt, nothing
t discourages mo so much."
j 44 I know that full well, but I do not think it right
J that you should miss what you so much need. I know
j that you have, for the last three four years, done
! what I never saw any other woman do, and that is
dress better, more bciommgly, than anybody else,
upon one quarter that sutlices, or does not suffice to
make my neighbors' wives and daughters presenta-
Mrs. W. blushed Iier appreciation of this compu-
ment. and answered:
! 44 Let me try my skill again, then. How much had
! you laid by for me ? You know last winter we fchou d
1 have paid one hundred dollars if we had not had so
! much sickness. Wc did pay .'."
j 44 Yes, I know; but not on the old debts. I was not
expecting mat 0111. i pant it, oe sure, aim 1 nope to
pay half as much this year, besides sixty dollars fur
you and the children."
44 You must pay more than that. Sixty dollars for
me. Let me see a set of furs, twenty dollars. Aunt
Mary has given m her great muff, which, I think,
will make me a comfortable cape, and I have pieces
of the same kind of fur, that will make cuffs. Call
that twenty dollars yours, Wilton. Then a cloak, fif
teen dollars; I can find a piece of thibet (laid by till
I had forgotten it,) which will, brushed up and
pressed over, make me a large cape, and I have some
old velvet trimmings that are not half worn, that 'fvill
trim it good as new. I shall want a bit of silk and
wadding for lining, and I shall be obliged to have a
dress call that five. My bonnet has already been
dressed and trimmed over. I shall need nothing
Mr. Washburn looked at her face, ten times hap
pier that if she had just learned that she was to be
adorned for the winter in 44 silk and purple," and
wondered whether she was a sister to the rest of wo
mankind or not; but he said nothing, except
44 But the children."
44 Yes. Jennv.will need one new dres at least. I
; can do well enough for Clare and Bessie with making
i down. I can make a pretty cloak for Jenny out of a
j discarded dress of my own,' and oh, some way, dear
i Wilton. Only you take fifty dollars of the sixty, and
I will do with ten."
I " T wonder whjir. von think of yourself, Mary,"
said the voice of Aunt Mary, who had came in un
noticed, and sat quietly during this colloqity. " If I
was in your place, I wouM taKe wnat money 1 couia
cet. for vou need-it bod enough. I could tell Wilton
! twenty of your own needs that ycu have never men
44 Why, Aunt Mary ! How can you !"
44 How can I ! I say it provokes me to see you
work and slave as you do, and then pinch yourself
down to the smallest possible amount that you can do
with, to help Wilton. The men don"t know any thine
about a woman'g needs, or her self-denials, either."
44 1 believe that is true, Aunt Mary: and I felt a
if I were wrong in listening to you, sweet wife, but
Now, Wilton Aunt Marv, I forbid you uttering
one lomocstrauce, for in this thing I shall do a I
please. I shall not use that fifty dollars."
44 You'd better take the whole, Wilton," muttered
Aunt Mary. 44 Ten chances to one she doesn't give
half of that ten away. It would be just like her."
44 She may do what she pleases. I am not afraid
to trust her," said the husband.
44 Iu all probability I shall spend a part of it in the
pleasure of giving; I call that one of my needs. I
have read somewhere, Wilton, that 4 giving does net
impoverish;' and yet again, that 4 there is that
scattereth, and yet increuseth.' Wilton, I have
sometimes felt that we were too little in the habit of
considering those poorer than ourselves. I fear we
have withheld 4 more than was meet,' oftenlimes.
and that it has tended to poverty.' "
44 O, nonsense," muttered Aunt Mary, flinging
herself out of the room.
44 Poor Aunt Mary," laughed Mrs. W. ; 44 1 dare
say she will go straight and hunt out something of
her cast-off clothing to help me carry out my plans.
She has a kind heart, after all, when she finds her
fretting does no good."
44 But, Mary "
Just then a knock was heard, and Mr. Washburn
went out. Mrs. W. dropped her work, and laid her
head on the table with an anxious heart, which she
had not shown her husband. She was, in reality,
anxious those debts should be paid, and that speedily,
for she felt that neither of them could work to any
purpose while the disheartening incubus lay upon
44 Mother," said little Sarah Weaver, "do you sup
pose everybody is really thankful when Thanksgiving
Day comes, whether they have everything they want
or not ? "
44 Ah, my darling ! you are thinking of your poor,
little, worn shoes, and your worn shawl Wc must
not forget that we have very much to thank our
Heavenly Father for, if our wants are not all supplied.
Providence is very, very good to us. and I hope wo
shall be very far from unthankful to-day. If you
will bring some more chips, I will make breakfast
rea.ly soon, and we shall have some time to read be
fore wc go to church. I have got a pie and a piece
of cheese for our dinner, so we will not mind if wc do
have to ent potatoes Thanksgiving morning. Run
along, and I will call Nellie up."
44 (, mother, how cold my lingers are. I wish I
could have some mittens this winter. I know I can't,
be sure, and 'tis no matter," she added, as she saw
a grieved look on her mother's face. 44 Do not mind,
mamma," she said, 44 1 was only thinking how tho
rest of the girls are all having their new winter things
ready for Thanksgiving. I can put my hands under
my shawl, so. Hark I heard a knock."
The door opened, and a boy entered, bringing a
baiket, which he deposited on the floor, and then
going out, returned with a box, which was liicewise
left n the floor, without a word of comment, b.irah
darted forward, and read upon a card nailed on tho
cover of the basket. 44 For Sarah Weaver, from
her schoolmates and their mothers hoping she will
have a happy Thanksgiving." The basket was first -
uncovered, displaying three tempting looking pies.
These were soon transferred to the table; and next
were pulled out a paper of raisins, a paper uf figs, a
little box of nuts, a pound of coffee, and two papers
of sugar. Then a brace of chickens, a large piece of
squash, and a two pound lump of butter. By this
time Nellie's bright faco had made its appearance.
Her eyes opened wide as Sarah sprang towards her,
exclaiming. 44 O, Nellie ! do you know how to be
thankful ? Now we can have a pie for breakfast, and
as nice a pudding for dinner as mamma can make,
and that is very nice indeed. And see, here at this ;
corner is a nice loaf of cake. U, mamma! it is asr
good as wedding cake, I dare say, for it looks like it. -Mrs.
Weaver's heart was full, but she rejoiced- -more
for the gladness thus brought to the hearts" of, ;
her young children, than because of a good dinner.--.
in prospect, or of wants supplied. The basket rifled :
of its contents, Sarah's nervous hand feel upon tho '
box, but her mother had to open it, and Nellie utter;-''
ed a cry of delight as she dragged from the top two
pretty blue hoods, on which a card lay, marked in
large" letters 44 Sarah awl .Xtllie, ivith love of
JIary and Isabel Anthony." Next, Mrs. W. drew,
out a pair of nice warm shoes, marked 44 Charles
Crispin." 44 (), that is Hannah Crispin's father,"
siid Sarah. ,4l sit near her, and she knew my shoes
were full of holes, for I saw her look at them the other
day, and then look at mc, and I wondered why, and
I could not help crying a little. Now, Nellie, you
can have mine, which are too small for me, you know.
What is that pretty plaid?" A dress but little worn,
which Nellie declared was just what she wanted.
The next pull brought one larger, and of different
plaid, marked 44 Sarah, from her dear friend, Jane
Jlurbanky" and some pieces of the same rolled out
from it. Next came a bundle of calico, marked
44 A17iV, from Lodie .-Ma-oi," and another piece ,
marked 44 Sarah, from JTartha" then a pair of
socks, which Nellie forthwith appropriated; .and then
a nice llmnel cloak, with no name, but which Sarah
knew must be from Mary Burbank. Then two pair3
of nicely knit mittens then some skeins of yarn; and
then came a big package 44 For Jfrs. Weaver , with '
kind love of JWary Warner.1" Unrolled, it proved
to be a pattern of nice cashmere plaid. 44 That is
Jenny Washburn's queer Aunt Mary," said Sarah.
44 Who would have thought such a thing from her
Underneath the dress was a few yards of flannel, and
a two dollar note fastened on it; at the )ottom was
folded a nice, warm, woollen shawl, marked 44 JUr.
Weaver, witk kind regards of Jlfrs. Humphreys,'
and a little basket filled with sugar-plums 44 From
Lettie Humphreys" emptied the box. When Sarah
took out the last things, she looked up to sec her
mother crying. She was crying, too, the next
moment, in her arms, and Nellie kneeling by her
side. Wh n she could speak, Sarah said : 44 Mother,
how wicked I am ! A little while ago I felt as if I
could not be much thankful to-day, -we needed so
many things that we could not get and now it seems
as if I never can be thankful enough. I can't tell it;
I have to cry it"
44 Come Clare, Jenney, Aunt M iry where are
you all? Here is mother, and here is Bessie and
here is Clare. Come ! Do uot make the turkev
44 They are coming, papa. They just ran over to
Mrs. Weaver's to carry a few slices of roast, and seme
of mamma's nice jelly. Here is Jenny, and I can
hear Aunt Marv."
44 Yes, here she comes grumbling," said Mr. W.
44 What is it now, sister ? Anybody stepped on you,
or bitten you, or anything?"
44 Why, Jenny was in such a fever that I had to
run, almost, to keep pace with her that was all,"
said Aunt Mary, biting her lips to keep down the
smile that wanted to come. Aunt Mary was decid
edly in her best humor, and the children took ad
vantage of it.
44 I'll tell you, j apa, a secret, may be," whispered
Clare, loudly. 44 Auntie has been making Mrs. Weav
er a present, and she feels so happy that she has
helped her to something to be thankful for, that sho
has to grumble to hide her own thankfulness.'
44 Auntie" shook her head ominously at the little
tale-teller, but that proved only the signal for another
fire. 44 Papa," said little Bessie, as she held -her
plate for a drumstick, 44 Auntie Mary made ma
present, too, to-3ay."
44 Oh, pet ! what was it, pray?"
44 A nice new dress like Jenny's, and a creat.
44 Indeed ! well, she meant you should be thankful
for once; do you suppose you are ?"
44 Why yes, papa, and so is mamma, too, I guess,
for she gave her ever so many yards of warm flannel.
Wiltnn. iln f nr flf Ji"M'a mnntl-i n-'tK
( thing a bit of pudding, if nothing else. By the way,
i have you succeeded in raising the money for Mr.
"Sister Mary, I am doubly thankful to-day. I
was about to tell you, wife darling, that you have
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