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TIe Volley of Hunnprpr.
(From J.irns' Scents utid Scenery.')
Ii!an I cf Kauai,) is the Valley of Hanapepe, which
affords some of the most remaable views there are
to be found nrx.n the Island. Mfter passing the battle-plain
of Wahiawa, a fertile ict cf country, par
tially overgrown with wil l sugar-cane, the visitor
c nts suddenly up n the blink of this valley, which
on fcoth sides present stet-p and precipitous banks, of
many hundred to some thous.mi feet in height, and
aes.-?:l-le only at a few point. As they approach
the sea, the valley widens, and they decrease O
height, exhibiting perpendicular masses of rel col-n-nn
of cavernous lava. A fine stream runs through
the valley, on cither side of which are situated the
little plantations, and numerous patches of kalo,
which afford sustenance to the inhabitants of this
fjuiet retreat- Their principal hamlet is clustered
un'-er the shade of the cocoanut trees at its mouth.
The natives of all the islands seem very generally to
prefer the hot and barren sea-side, to the cooler and
more verdant situations farther up the valley. This
is probably for the sake of the fisheries, and the sport
of sea-lathing, to which they are passionately ad
dicted; and a pretty sight it is, to see the youth of
both sexes on their surf-boards, sporting as freely
amid the I.eavy rollers, as if they knew no other cle
ment. At one time pushing their boar-Is before theiu
as they advance seaward, diving beneath each curling
wave, until they have reached the outer extremity of
the breakers, then throwing themselves flat upon their
snpjiort, like a boy upon his snow-sled, they dart in
shore ith the rapidity of lightning, upon the crest
of the waves, merrily shouting all the while, daslung
and spl.ishing along, till within a few ieet of the
r:ks, on which, your breath half held from fear,
yo-t have been mouuntarily expecting them to strike,
t the ri.-k of life or limb; bat which, by a dexterous
movement of their limbs, they avoid, and pull out to
sea again, or throw themselves from their board,
which is thrown up by the spent wave, almost at your
feet- Formerly, old and young engaged in this sport,
but now it is a rare sight.
II mapepc Valley, like most of the others, extends
inland until it reaches near to the center of the island.
As it recedes from the sea-side, the niountaius become
higher and more precipitous, varying their form and
appearance at almost every turn, at times presenting
darkened and nawow gorges, through which the
river rushes wiitf great violence; then expanding
into 'vales of moderate width, affording sufficient
room fira few houses, with the cultivate! plats about
them. At the head of the valley the scenery is sub
lime in the extreme. The rush and flow of boiling
liv while dame Nature wa engaged in piling up the
niountains which form the background must have
been terrible. Some appear to have been cast up at
one convulsive throw, presenting bold and gigantic
fronts; others seem now to be struggling for existence
amr.Dg rivals which crowd and press them down. In
-tne places they push boldly out, then, as if wearied
ly the etfort, they rest. At others, they were over
whelmed by some more powerful tqrrjit of lava, or
have cvt back its streams in burniifgmbwg, which
broke, atid cooled into many singular shapes. They
are to te seen in all the f intastic forms which the
fi"ry Iiijui.l assumes when turned from its course by
intervening obstacles; or else dashed aside and scat
tered fir and wide by the shocks of earthquakes.
The rocky sides of the mountains show, by their ir
reyilar piling and distorted veins, the several direc
tions which the liquid lava took after it found a vent
from iu original bed. At some points, the nioun
tiiai appear to have been rent violently asunder,
living sides of uniform appearance. At others, the
livi in its downward course seems to have suddenly
Copied on either side of the stream, while the interior
3iwei on, until it discharged itself into the sea,
t"'Cre it formed shoals, which are now overgrown
-th cor!. Such is the fact with this valley, and
ttaiinea, U ailua, and others. In all of these a rich
"1 has Crmed, which is now covered with a heavy
gi'owta of timber, and dense beds of mosses and
-is these passes of the valley alter their course, tbe
temperature of the air chanxes. Some, being exposed
to a powerful sun, are hot. while others are chilly
n I Jarnp, with strong breezes blowing through
atie art has diverged the river's channel in sev
frl places, for the purpose of catching fishes, by
lamming it, and leading the water over a frame of
wicker-work. As the fishes come down the stream,
1,1,7 l!1 nPon this frame, while the water passes
throQ3a the intcr8ticeSi leaving them prisoners. The
pta of water varies from a few inches to eighteen
Following this valley up for several miles, and
lng a number 0f lofty cascades, a water-fall
"-aea partly in view; but it is again lost to the sight,
after turning a sharp angle in the glen, it re-
l: fT' an1 the Tisitor fin'k himself, a few rod from
j Je raa, upon a narrow lc lse of wvk. In that. dL
wtwn Nature's fiat proclaims. Thi., fUr .l.alt tho
nd no f .rther." A perpendicular wall, 1
n three and 1W l.un.lred feet ir. h.urht nA
ms Cf,mi,1"tCacircIc- that " "cent
nh the -tream makes, is seen: and it is onlv
J "'I'owinznn iu v. t. 1
I lis s' 1 ",r""S" icnse tniekets, that
e rocks T 1 he Cirdc ia 8,aal, aaJ
r,rlar?Te partIy f" the outlet, so that
Pptirs hke a tunnel. .! L
f torn only wh, Tert;caL x ... can n
f', ottering shrubs which U.r,lr n.
ieecv M.. 1 ...
- " nv a'Vi
' vwu"n ram.ll i.r .L
iwfSf.fti,. ' J "eiore tne strotiT
3 fc these mount-.; : .. . .
Min-Ir 1 1 'egiona. 1 ne air here is ex-
j me rocKs wet and
slippery vrith spray. If the visitor ia heated by his
excursion, it wouM be daDjreroua for him to approach
the fall, before he is cooled, as the perspiration is lia
ble to be suddenly checked. Opposite, and far above
him, is the fall; there, about ten feet in width and
several in depth, but varying in volume according to
the rains, springing from between two narrow and
overhanging masses of basaltic columns, it leaps
nearly thirty feet, strikes a ledge of rocks, and grad
ually spreading and lessening in thickness, falls
many more, and strikes another ledge; front thence
falling again an equal distance, into the deep and
circumscribed gulf below, whitening with its 10am
the whole surfiee of the rock from the height above.
Although the rich scenerr so well repays one for
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tne latig'Je 01 me excursion, yet lew wnues uaveever
reached this spot, and it Bt'ill remains secluded J tot sale ou the United States and Europe
almost unknown ; a gem to reward the tourist 'f$wnmulu, j uiy 1, 1856. jy
valley was once peopled by a bold and warlike tribe,
whose deeds were the honor and admiration of the
other portions of the island. Death , of late, has been
busy among their ranks, and they have dwindled to
a few hundreds, living in more than ordinary wretch
el hovels, but with abundance of food about them.
Returning from the excursion which has drawn forth
this description, the missionary who resides at Wai-
mea was with me. Upon reaching the outer lines of
huts, near the beach, a number of natives rushed out
and arrested our progress. After they had exchanged
A few words with my clerical friend, he turned and
begged me to excuse him for a few minutes, as he
was desired to join a couple in the bonds of matri
mony He entered the house, and in a few minutes
the ceremony was over. As we were leaving, the
bride, " all tattered and torn," issued from the door
!"""4RtfRBiRR)iiiaJlJIr customary labors, as coolly and
unconcernedly as if wedlock had been a thing of long
standing with her, and instead of liert first, she had
niarred a seventh husband. Her lord, a mere boy,
looked the picture of shecpishness. A glance at her
situation showed us at once that the missionary's
visit was opportune, and that she would have been
obliged soon to have served the state, by working on
the public ways, had she not, instead, wisely con
cluded to serve a husband.
Siiap Ax Entebimext ix IJrkemxo them. The
following interesting paper was contributed to the
Journal of Commerce by R. L. Peu., Esq., of Ulster
Shad spawn on gravelly bottoms. They will never
deposit their ova on a muddy moveable surftce, as
they know well that they could not adhere. Young
shad on their way to the ocean are rarely seen on
soft ground, but only in the vicinity of gravel bottoms
and a rocky shore. I have seen hundreds of thou
sands passing down the Hudson in the months of July
and August. Old shad commence ascending South
ern rivers in February and March, and the Hudson
and Connecticut rivers in April, May and June,
coming directly from the deep sea in laro shoals,
searching for spawning ground, and immediately
after the operation, swim with great rapidity rear
the bottom towards the ocean, and if taken, are
found thin and unfit for the table. Full shad, when
they leave the sea. migrate to spawn beyond brackish
water, and usually continue up the stream if tho
bottom is suitable, until they are prevented by a dam,
or similar obstruction, which they never attempt to
overcome, as salmon do. The young shad from spawn
deposited by the April run of spawnei-s, when rcturn-
ms: down the Hudson on their way to the ocean m
August, are about the size of large herrings. If our
fishermen were experienced, they might meet the
shoals at S-tn'ly Hook immediately on theit arrival
from deep water, and fhorten the distance daily
towards the spawning ground, by which means a
vast number that now fortunately ecnpe to spawn,
would be destroyed. There is no satisfaction, however,
iu enlightening this class of citizens, who are so
selfish as to look only to present gain, and are un
willing to spend half an hour at the end of each fish
ing season, to plant the spawn of a dozen shad, each
of which would produce fifty thousand fish towards
the next year's supply. I have endeavored to induce
our State Legislature to pass a law, making it incum
bent upon all fishermen so to do; but have not been
successful. If this plan were pursue! for five years,
our rivers would agaiu teem with this delicious fish,
as they always return, directed by instinct, to spawn
where they were born. Some years since, in my
vicinity on the Hudson, two thousand shad were
taken at a single haul of the seine, where now it is a
rare occurrence to entrap three hundred. This fact
plainly shows, that if the present destructive system
is pursued, the supply will soon fail to meet the
demand. Two years since, I artificially impregnated
the ova of shad. Thus : having partially filled a pail
with water, I took female immediately from the j
river in my left hand, and stripped her gently with '
my right, when the ova, some fifty thousand in mini- j
. . .. .1 pr. a i
ber were forcol into tne pan. ine spermatic nuiu 01
the male was then in the same way caused to drop in
the same pail, and thoroughly mixed together, the
color of th e ova changing froiuafglowiug red to a
beautiful straw coIojJvere then placed under
fine grjavel at tLyJgjn!' one of my breeding ponds,
anl v 7-'4",ater was permitte-l to pass over tnetn.
lifS'tirue my microscope only indicated a single
the egg, containing a straw colore l ftuia.
Fortv davs afterwaro's I plainly saw eyes. Within a
week thereafter, thousands of young shad ma le thi r
appearance, with small appendages attached to their
bodies, but I could not discern with my glass either
mouth or gills, but the blood vessels and heart were
plainly seen. The eyes were large, and the pectoral
fins well developed. At the age of thirteen days, the
anal, dorsal and caudal fins, devoid of rays, could be
seen without the microscope, as well as the gills and
mouth.' At this period the sack disappeared, and
they attempted to eat; were very lively, and concealed
themselves when any person approached.
I have also caused old shal to spawn in a nrecung
pond, and kept tham healthy by an occasional appli
cation of fine salt. we'r progeny became fresu water
Fecundated ova ofe famous English sole, white
bait, tench, carp, roac dace, porch and jack, wrap
ped in flannel cloths, ar packed in boxes of damp
moss, for me were lostwi the ill-fated Arctic. I
intended to plant the ova cjkhe salt watecfish in the
little bays formed by the IloNn Rivejilail Iload,
and have made arrangements (""ieur Coste of
Paris, and Monsieur Millet of Ir.-.. nch Societe
Zoologiqne d'Acclimation, for anotWgrnentjj
during the present season. J
1 onereu the legislature 01 me oiaie 01 .e-i or
at its present sitting, through the medium of Senators
Kelley and Ferdon, to stock all the waters of tho
State with salmon at my own expense, if they would
pass a law for the preservation of the fish until they
should become well established in the different waters;
but want of time will probably prevent its pstssage.
The growth of salmon has been thoroughly proved
in the Scotch fisheries, by marking the fish. The
young fry in four months time, between the period
of leavinz their birth-place for the sea and their
retnrn to SDawn. have increased seven and a half
pounds in weight.
A New Mammoth Steamship. The trial trip of
the steamship VandcrbiU was entirely successful.
She runs nine miles in SI minutes and seventeen
miles in o3 minutes, drawing 17 feet 9 inches with
COD tons of coal on board. On the 5th of May, she
will sail for IfavTe. Her cost was nearly one million
dollars, and she is designed to rival the British
steamer Persia, the last, largest and f istest of the
Ounarders. The following are her dimensions : 5,
tons, carpenter's measurement, and built with
seven solid permanent watertight compartments;
length 3IO feet; breadth of beam 40 feet; depth of
hold, G3 feet; capacity of coal bankers, 1,400 tons;
capacity of cargo spitcc 1,200 tons; number of state
room berths, 400. She is propelled by two walking
beam low pressure engines, built at the AHair Works
in New York city; cylinders each ninety inches
diameter, and twelve feet stroke of piston. Four
tubular boilers, each thirty feet long and fourteen
feet wide, and firod each by eight vrnaces. Estimated
consamption of coal 100 tons per 24 hours. Paddle
wheels 42 feet diameter and 10 feet broad, having 8
feet immersion at twenty feet draft of water of the
ship. Rock. Democrat.
A. P. EVERETT,
Corner of ft and Nuuanu streets, Honolulu, II.
Messrs. Pampsox & T apt Ay, -
" E. U. liKIGIIAM Co., -"
BCTLKR, KKITH & 11 ILL,
Honolulu, July 1,1857.
It. COADY & CO.,
Shipping and Col emission Merchants, Honolulu, S. L
Messrs. Oristsell, Mistcrs & C( New York.
Willkts & Co -f r,uirS- "
Wkllx, kc.n k CgiP'Z' - San Francisco.
- - alnarniHo.
I I LjfUKAIS k Co.,
1 t r'rzu hROThkbs k Co
DANIEL C. WATERMAN,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Superintends the outfitting of vessels from this port, to the
shipment of oil and ..bone, and negotiates whalemen's
. - TlEFERENCES. .
Messrs. Morgas, Hatha wit, & Co., San Francisco.
Macomdrat & Co., - - "
D. R. Grkk & Co., - New Hertford.
Jaks B. Cos;im, Esq., "
5t-u W. O. E. I'ope, ln-, "
U. AV. FIEL1,
Commission Mercliant, Honolulu, Ouhu, Sandwich IilaiK's.
By permission, he refers to
C. 'W. CiRTWRic.irr, President of Manufacturers' Insurance
Messrs. II. A. Pikrcb, .... Boston.
TUATKli, R-CK k CO., ',- "
EnwAKn Mott Robijcsox, - New Bedford.
Jobx W. liARuarT & S-js-i, - Nantucket.
1'p.UKivs & SuiTn, - - New London.
11. F. Ssow, - - - Honolulu.
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, 3. I., keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired by whaleships and others. ''
Shipping furiiUhed with all kinds of groceries, provisions, Ac,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
TT Mouey advanced for whalers' bills JL the lowest rates.
I. N. FL1TNER,
Continurs his old business at the new store in Makee's new fire
proof huildir.?, next door above Dr. Hoffmann's Drug
Store, on Kanhumnou street.
Chronometers rated by oliservations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention (riven to fine
watch repairiii)r. tv xtant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted. Ch.irts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 44-tf
f.ODI KEY RHODES,
Wholesale IValer in Wines and Spirits, Ale and
the Post Ollice, Honolulu.
RITSON & If ART,
Successors to Mr. Henry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu. II. I., under the Auction Room of A.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, marly opposite the Custom House.
Cl'ST. C. MKLCBKR. OUST BBIXL'Ks.
MELOIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu,
S.I. Stone store corner of Kaaliiunanu an. 1 Merchant pis.
Money advanced on favorable terms fur Whalers hills ou the
U. S. and Eui-"ie. July 1, 186o-tf
Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oiiku, S, I.
Ships supplied with refreshments, provisions, ttc. nt the
shortest notice, on reasonable terms. Whalers bills wanted.
July 1. lS56-tf
B. F. SNOW,
Importer and Dealer iu General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
H. I. ,
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANV,
Jambs F. H. Marshall, Treasurer, in t'ae atone buildings, oc
cupied by 11. W. Field, up stairs. 17-tf
C. A. Sc H. F. POOR,
Shipping and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Whaler's Kills on the United States wanted. Island
Produce bought and sold, and taken in exchange for
Goods. . 16-tf
J. C. SPALDING, f
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Wanted, Dills of Exchange on the V.. S. and Europe. Con
signments from alroad promptly attended to. Island pro
duce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. Jy 1-tf
ROBERT C. J ANION, '
Merchant and Commission Agent, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Jy 1 tf
II. IXACKFELD & CO,
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, S. 1. July J, lSdti-lf
B. TOS HOLT. -TH. C. HKVCK.
Von HOLT &IIEUCK,
General Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Jy 1-tf
Commission Merchant, Boston. V. S. Refer to Jas. Makee and
K. '.V. Wood Esqrs. July 1, 1366-tf
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, H. I. July 1, l56-tf
' KOtTARU MOLL.
KRULL & MOLL, .
Iraorters and Commission Mercliants, Kaahumanu street Ma
kue's block. July 1, 186o-t
SAM'L. H. CASTLR. AMOS. S. COO!ti
CASTLE & COOKE, T
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers h Generat ' Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the King and School
streets, near the large Stone Church. Alo at the Btoru
formerly occupied by C. II. Nicholson, in King street, oprrn
site the Seamans Cliapel. Agents for Dr. Jaynes' Medi
rtnc. July 1, lSSft-tf
ALDRICM. I. H. BIS1IOP.
. ALDRICH & BISHOP,
Importc;! and dealers in general merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
S. I. Island produce bought and sold. Agents for the sale
of S'tirar, Molasses, Coffee, &c from the Lihue and other
A. I EVERETT,
ly Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
J. F. CO LB URN,
53-ly Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, Oahu.
Dealer la Dry ami Fancy Goods, Hotel street between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets, Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
Lumber Mercliant, yard corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets on
Panclutrd premises. July 1-tl
W. N. LADD,
MCSttasre, Fort St. Honolulu. Jy 1-f
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Mercliandise, corner of Fort and King streets.
SAV1DGE Sc MAT,
Grocers and Provision Merchants and Coffee Roasters, King
street, near tbe UetheL July 1, 1-tf
S. N. EMERSON,
Waialun, Oahu, Dealer in General Merchandise, Country Pro
duce uch as Corn, Beans, Vananas, Butter, Eggs, &e.
, M-tf :
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer acd Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
description. Sh'je Findings, I'unip, Sole, Rigging, Harntvj,
and Patent Leatnt-rs. Calf, Gnat, Hog, and Buck Skins
Trunks, Valises, Sarring Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black!
Ing, Brushes, Hosiery, tie. Ac. Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu, H. I. July 1-tf ;
PAUL C. DIICORROX,
Attorney at Law, Conveyancer and Accountant. Office corner
of Merchant and Kaahumanu Streets. Honolulu. fr-tf.
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The uudersigned would In
form his friends and the public, tiiat lie has taken Die well
known Carpenter premises of C. II. Lcwers, Esq.. on Fort
street, and would solicit that patronage heretofore sa lilierally
bestowed. AH orders in the various branches of Building,
Plans, Specifications and Contracts attended to with prompt
ness and dispatch.
Z$-tf CHARLES W. VINCENT.
C. H. LEWERS,
Carpenter and Lumlwr Merchant, Fort St. Honolulu. Jy 1-ti
II. FISCHER, 4 ,
ier " t"lCraMqst,. Maker and French, JV1W o.i-.LStat ; r'-g-jrf
AGENT FOR THE
New York liunril of 1 tidrrwrif crn.
The nndersigned takes leave to notify 'Merchants, Ship Masters,
tec, that he has been duly appointed as Agent for -the
New York Board of Underwrite rs.
13-ly ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
AGENT FOR THE "
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The undersigned lejrs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship masters, that he has reteivtd the appointment vl
AGENT at these Islands for tli LIVERPOOL UNDER
WRITER'S ASSOCIATION .
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The nnderslpned bejrs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners ami
Shipmasters, that he has- recvirat the siinUnent ot
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
July 1-tf ROBERT C. J ANION.
THB NORTHERN ASSPRANCE COJ1PA
. ny, (established 1&J0.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad. "
Cnpitnl 1,239,700, Sterling.
The undersigned has been appointed Agent for the Sandwich
Islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE JANI0N.
7-tf. . at Honolulu.
KItULL & MOLL, V 1
Agents of the Hamburg :tnd Lubeck Underwriters, Honolulu,
Oahu, H. I. July 1, 1350-tf
Agent for the Bremen board of Underwriters. All average claims
nir'inst the said Underwriters, oceuirinjr in or almut this
Kiiij Join, will hare to be certified before him. July 1-tf
.JiJXOLULU MEDICAL HALL,
CORNER OF MERCHANT AND KAAHUMANU STREETS.
Dh. Mi'Kinuis besrs to intimate that he is now joined by his son
Dr. Rolert McKibbin, member of the Royal College of Sur
geons, London, one of whom Ih-'injr always in attendance,
will afford au additional trunrantee to persons requiring
ail vice or medicine.
He lias just received au assortment of Envlish Dnurs, Perfumery,
&c, of the best quality, with which the establishment will
constantly be supplied, and which will le sold on reasonable
Physician's and Furieon's prescriptions prepared with the
greatest care. Medicine chests can-fully examined and
Attendance at the ollice from 8 A. M., till 0 o'clock P. M., on
week days, and on Sundays 8 oVIock, A. M.. to 11 o'clock,
A. M. At other times, at his resilience, Union street.
XJ" A consignment of liesl London White Paint and Linseed Oil
Ollice and Drug Store, Queen Street, uear the market Chip's
Medicine chests refitted and pn-tcriptions carefully prepared
under the supervision i-f LANOII EKN E. Hot, cold, vr;or,
shower and medicated Baths, at all hours. 7-1
CIIAS. F. GUILLOU,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to stek
American seamen. Ollice next door to J. C. Snalding
Kaahumanu St.; Itesidence at tlw late French Preinif
es, Alakea sreet. Ri'spectfully offers his professional ser
viis to resident familii's, to the shipping, and to strangers
generally. Medical and Surgical advice in English, French .
Spanish, and Italian. O.Iice hotii-s from 11 A. M. to - P.
, Jl., and from 4 to 5 P. M.
At other hours enquire at his'resiilence. Jy 1-tf
Physician and Surgeon, oflire in the new (lni3 store, adjoining
the store of 11. llackteld & Co., Qneen-streeU Jy 1-tf
W. J. RAWLINS &. CO.
Soap MnufaetunTS, I leo, Honolulu, nre thankhd for past
favors, and Willi their pn-wnt iinprovi inenn, nre prepawl
to supply Merchants and Families with HAltP ai:d SOFT
S'AP, NentV-f-.ot Oil. XT Tallow, Slush, Oil Fools, and
all kinds of Urease, taken in trade or for cash. 13-fisn
GILMAN A- VO.y
Ship Chandlers and Dealt rs i:i General Merchandise,
L A 1 1 A 1 N A, M AU I, II. I.
S!iis supplied with recruits. i'ohkI facilities for storage. Cash
furnished for bill of tNoh uin'e. 5-ly
Ship Chandler and Commission Merehant" and Dealers in
General Merchandise, L.-'.liain:i, Maui. Whalers funiished
with recruits at the shorU-st notice, iu exchange for k-kkIs
or bills. 3 1-tf
imissiii4Ierchiint, deal-'r in Ship Chandlery, and Gt-niTal
Merchauilise, I.'i.'iaina, .Maui, II. I. Ships furnished with
recruits. Whalers Kills wanted on the L". S. and Europe.
Storage. July 1, l5i-tf
JOHN D. HAVEKOST, .
Auctioneer, Wailukn, East Maui. 38-lyr
JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE,
Importer, Wholi-sale and Retail Deal r in (lenerd .Alerchandise,
Honolulu, and Lnhaina, Maui. 44-tf
Ship Chandler and dealer in Geii'Tal Merchandise, Waiakea Bay,
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of gotxls required by whale ships and others.
Shipping furnished with fresh beef, Vegetables, iind all kinds 1 1
Groceries, ami Provisions kc. at the shortest notice, at th
very lowest market prices.
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to 5000 barrels, leing nea
the landing, and frfe from thatched buildings.
Wanted, Whalers bills on the U. S. or Europe, for which money
will I advanced ou reasonable terms.
N. D. This port, offers the safest and most commodious anchot
age of any port in the Hawaiian group. Here you can gi
seamen their liberty without danger of losing them by de
Bertion. No ardent spirits allowed to be sold
' Dealer in Gener.d Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, lS56-tf
Baker and Grieer, Nunauu-street, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. ly
TIIK HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
rjUIE UNDERSIGNED Is now preared to repair or
JL manufacture till kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind-,
lass gearing, ship f Tgings and smith work.
Cart Ixjxea, forge backs, anvils ice. on hand and made tf
J Iron and and best quality of smith's coal fur sale.
Also one excellent small sized sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
U-tf D. M. WESTON".
DO N E IN A V A Ul ETY OF STYLES
neatly and substantially, and ou f;ir term. Irfiw Books,
Music, Newspapers, tic, bound to order. Portfolios, Scrap
Books, iierlKiriuuis, Drawing lt'Miks, and Blank Books, made to
order, o'licers of ships cau have their Navigation nnii, JLog
Books, and Charts, bound and repaired, at the Mission Wlice,
Kawaiahao. Old Bsks reltonnd 11 1 short notice.
tilers mnv als-j Ik: left at II. M. WHITNEY'S B.ok
store, Honolulu. SAMUEL KUSSELL
July 1, lS56.lf-
The undersigneil would inform his friends and residents, that he
' still continues to carry on his business in nil its branches at
. the old stand corner of Nuuanu and Marine streets. Ship
' . Ageuts and Masters are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine his large and desirable assortment of Casks, Barrels,
etc., Orders left at his shop will I executed with dispatch
and on the most reasonable terms. II. C. GRAHAM.
N. B. On hand and for sale. 4000 bbls Casks. 7-ly
JAMES A. BI'RDICK,
Cooper and Guag.-r, bees to inform his friends and the publio
-w generally, that he h:is recommenced his Coopering business
on his old staKl, in the rear of Mr. II. Rhodes' Spirit store
ami opposite Mr. Monsarrat's Aui.-tion Room, and resiect
fully soliciui a share of the public patronage. All orders
romptly attend 3d to . 13-tf
MannCicturer and dealer In Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
Kaahumanu street, opposite J. C. &alding's HimioIuIu, II.
..Summer Bakers, Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Sbwr Baths, Tin ami Zinc Hooting, ami a gen
end assortmeiit of Tin ware. Ship work executed with
j' neatness ami dispatch. July 1, 1-tf
FORT ST KELT,
On 'loor aliore H. Hackfeld & Co. '3 store, and opposite W. N. .
L-uld's hardware sOire.
Sashes, S;;?h Doors and Blinds made to order. 42-tf
: ; .
' cl, CITY MARKET.
W5:.'A,XWELL having this day purchased the
inter.. U 11. Hanky in the above establishment, will con
tinue the bos ..eaj nmler the same style in the same locality on
King street, c j'ite the new store of J. T. Wuterhtmsr, where "
he wilt env' r to give satisfaction to those who may favor him
with their' jtom.
N. B, attention will tie paid to the sel-!ction of slock, so that
the best quality of meat may be n lietl on.
JO tders pumaujilly attended to, and delivered to any part
ot the city within two miles, free of extra charge. 47 -tf.
' . 1 . : 1 " '
' I.1VERT Sf".tlT.?-
TnE best Sjwldle Horses, with new saddles, bridle
Ac., mav be found at Uie Stable of JOHN MA-
.tI, Maunakea Street, corner of Marine Street. - - -c;
.Hores to let by the month, weekday, or hour. Prices lo '
4 VI satisfaction IXUV'1"""!!' iM. '" lS-tf.
A. P. EVERETT S
Jtjk s. For sale by
REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FAST SAILING CLIPPER BARK
JAMES SMITH. Master.
Will sail for the above port ou or about Thursday, July 30
For freight or passage, apply to
54-3t C. A. WILLIAMS &. CO., Agents.
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 Jane,
Srplrmbrr and December.
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. PIEHCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W. FIELD,
Honolulu, S. I.
B. W. Field,
Sutton & Co.
Cook & Snow,
... New York.
. - New Bedford.
PARTIES ORDERING MERCHANDISE
from the United States are respectfully Informed that a
FIRST CLASS SHIP
Will leave Boston, REGULARLY, for this place, in the month
of September or early in October, and in April or early in May
For freiirht or passage, which will be taken on the lowest
terms, please apply to i -
CIIAS. MKEWEIt or JAMES nUNNEWELL,
Boston, Mass., U. S. A.,
Or CIIAS. BREWER 2d,
Honolulu, S. I.
BOSTON, MASS. U. S, A. .
Orders sent to him from the Sandwich Islands will be punc
tually attended to, and merchandise forwarded in A 1 fast
sailing ships. 49-tf
REGULAR PACKET FOR HILO.
T'.IE CUPPER SCHOONER
One hundred and fifty tons register,
A. G. THURSTON, Mastei,
Will hereafter run regularly to II1LO, touching at '
K A W A I II A E,
KOHALA and LAUPAHOEHOE,
When in Honolulu, will be found regularly at J. Robinson
& Co.'s Wharf.
For freight or passage inquire on board. 33
REGULAR PACKET FOR KAUAI.
THE FAST SAILING SCHOONER
Will herelftler run regularly on the above route. For freight or
passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
0-tf HaCKFELD & CO.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
Wi 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 A ;re,its at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s franked U. S. Government envclojies,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Cnu-missious and Collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1, l5o-tf. R. COADY k CO.. Agents.
j. Freeman's Express Co. KSr
j aJii F"r "'e slM-e,'y nm' transpor- ifffiy.
tat ion of Merchandise, Sjtecie, Lett "3 and valuable packages to
..11 1 t..u. a 0 rn'tuTT
K1I I'tll 19 tl IIIC I. IliUI L'KIMJ. A. M. .
PU51L.SC ISO USE.
FROM THE 1ST OP DECEMBER,
J5S, to January I'Oth, Do7, I liid to this Government
S1250. On Friday, June 27, a Kanaka came to my
house for 62 cents worth of lieer, stilting it was for C. incentf
bringing A uavnt's cart to carry away the beer. The Kanaka
t'Kk the lei r- The same day I received a warrant of arrest
for selling this cents worth of beer. For five days I have
been t court, every day it having been postponed for want of
evidence, lo-day I was lined floO . But listen to the evi
dence : They take Kanaka policeman No. 1, give him three
glasses of this said beer ; he says it was bitter and made him
giddy. The next is 51 r. Jourdan, (police). He says it made
the Kanaka's eyes crack and stilt. The nxt is Mr. Brickwood,
(police) and of course he says the same, with the addition that
the Kanaka's eyes started out of his head and he looked like a
man that had eaten poisoned fish. Consider this evidence,
how it was got, and the men that gave it. When I paid to this
Government my good money, I exjieeted to have the same tol
eration as other men who had paid $1000 a year. I offered to
make the beer before them, show them how it was made, and
bear all expenses. But there is a prejudice against her, and
my $1)0 will pay them better than hxiking at me mal e beer.
That prejudice was got up by men holding spirit licenses, in the
first place to do away with lieer shops, and, after they were
done away with, started selling beer, enip.oying men to make it
fur then, not know ing or caring what was put into it. Why I
was singled out of eight beer-sellers, I have no idea. Perhaps
it was that I at'. :i letl well to my business and was the most
likely to have the $150. Any other reason I cannot give.
I now inform the public that I am the only man on these
Islands that cau make beer tit to drink. Never mind what the
publicans tell you altout leinit aware of Steel's lieer. They are
afraid of it; they dread its effect.. Not the effect it has on the
pally that drinks it, but the effect it has had on their tills. If
my b"cr was bad, ptople would int drink it. If I used per
nicious drugs. It. li. M. ship Hntmnah would never have gone
out of this port, and H. I. M. corvette Kurydice would now
have a short complement of men. For the crews of these two
ships have drauk hundreds of gallons of my beer.
" Eive and fct Eivc !"
English Burton Ale, 'Jt - 12j and 6 cents per glass.
Beer, ------- 12 cents per pot.
Also, on hand, the liest Brandy, Giu, Wines and Jlalt
Liipiors (bottled) that can be boou-ht In Honolulu. -
Also, about $200 worth of cheese, which is to be- given away
FREEMAN J. STEEL.
N. Tt. HORSES TO LET
with new bridles and saddles.
NATIONAL DINING SALOON.
V THE SUBSCRIBER, having leased the above
m Establishment, offers to the public
BOARD AND LODGING
Upon the most reasonable terms.
His rooms are well furnished, and the most airy and comfort
able of any in the city.
MEALS AND REFRESHMENTS
Furnished at all hours.
The Proprietor hopes, from the superior accommodations of
his house, and by unremitting personal attention to the comfort
of his guests, to merit a share of public patronage.
TIWMAS B. SOMERS.
Honolulu, April 20, 1357. 43-ta
V E. C V T R E L L (late Cutrell t Peterson)
T T Proprietor, Merchant Street, Honolulu, thankful for
the lilHTal patronage hitherto enjoyed, continues to solicit the
nttentiou of his friends- and the public in general to this estab
lishment. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to render
tins house a desirable place of resort to the resident or visitor In
Honolulu. The bar is continually stocked with the choicest
wines, liquors, etc., that can be procured, und is under the im
m:'di:ite charge of Mr. B&sidall Smith, so long and favorably
known in this community.
The billiard sal :m is unsurpassed by any in the place, and
is under the sole charge of Mr. A. J. McDuffee, whose present
popularity is sufficient guarantee of his future success in cater,
ing in this particular dciiartment for the amusement of those who
may favor the house with their patronage. , , . ' , 25 tf
NEW RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
IJERMIN BENZLER respectfully Informs his
BaL friends and the ntiblic of Honolulu in gneral, that he will
open, on the first of, February next, a new Restaurant nd
Coffee Saloon, on King street, opposite the Globe IIoteL
, Those who will homir him with their patronage may rest
assured that the most strenuous exertions will be used to merit
the continuance of their support. , , 31-ly ;
" ... ...
':.:.!- UNION. .
lnibllc House by J. Davis. Best or Wines, Liquors and Cigars
constantly on hand corner of Marine and Nuuanu street-.
l-lyr ; - , ;. - - -
IL CASKS lGOOBBLS. 0L CASKS ON
hand and for sale by (l i-tf) J. A. BLBuaa. .
'ELLO W M ETA L Assorted weights, for sale by
; 25if : ' B W. FIELD.
COTTAGE FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR
Suit id- ttui Vhtv lfriijhlt .Mittjair, hnilt hv H. k.
Harder, on Kukui street, opposite the residence of A. P.
Everett, Esq. This cottage is nearly new, and built of the best
materials by Mr. Harder, for his own occupancy, aud is sup
plied with water, bath-room and other conveniences.
Apply to J. F. B. MARSHALL.
Honolulu, July 14, 1857. S5-U"
THE COTTAGE at present occupied by the
1 1 1 1 .1 . . r.i i 1 r. nn Vti.i.inn I? . .a . 1 t V. . ft . rvr. a uKava
Kukui street. Water laid on from tbe Government
pies, bath house, convenient outbuildings, tie.
55-tf THOS. K EEC AN.
fi&K THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
t:;;!' sale, on moderate terms, the wed known stand occupied
by him as a cabinet shop, on Hotel street, near Fort,
which is one of the most desirable locations for the present busi
ness carried on, or for a Hotel. Restaurant or Store.
The Dwelling House on Kukui street, opposite that of C. II.
lowers, Esq., one of the most convenient, healthy aud pleasant
situations ia the Valley.
Apply to W. II. STEWART,
Or J. W. MARSH.
Titie to the above, fee simple. 4'J-d
STORE TO LET.
Sf5. THE WELL KNOWN TWO STORV
'J tJ- I'Ktrur J5U1L.iu.nu, on King street, xvuer 01
Mauua Kea street, now occupied by G. Buhle Co.
The lower part is excellently fitted with
Kon Shrives and Counter,
For a Retail Store. The upper p;rt contains
Five Spacious Dwelling Room.
And the extensive yard is provided with a good well, brick
Terms low. Possession given immediately, if required. For
further particulars apply ou the premises, or at
48-tf VON HOLT & HEUCK'S.
TO LET The house on Fort street, lately occupied
j-.-jiji by E. Kopka, Jeweler, opposite the hardware store of
For terms apply to
T. M0SSMAN & SON,
Corner of King and Nuuanu streets.
TO LET Part of the store premises now occupied
K'.'.'J by the uudersigned.
Ri l-f: .1- -n t c x--T-
TO LET The two new stores on the corner of
Tnrt. .nil Mi.n.K'i.il .,-..l. lu.;.,4 mil .1i.,ihl. .iinulinn.
t'L, for Betait Stores.
For terms please apply to
48-3 B. F. 8N0W.
ALL THAT PIECE OF LAND known as
Kaawa, beautifully situated on the windward side of
this Island, the iroorietor beioir ulntiit Ifnvitiir tliis
Terms easy. AU particulars can be ascertained on applica
tion to . j. fox,
4S-tf Ntfoa--1 street, Honolulu.
TO LET The house now occupied by Thomas
Brown, in Nuuanu Valley, makai of the n-siileore of
E. O. Hall.
Register Office, May 1, 1857. 47-tf
LAND FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE " FOWLER FARM," situated in r
lolo alley, enclosed and containing forty-ee-en acres.
Terms low. Inquire of
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
Honolulu, April 23, 1?57. 44-tf
kj-k FO R S A LE The nndi vided half of about 1900 acre
KfeS? of Land at aikane, Kolau. Also, a few cattle on it.
Terns low. Inquire of
43-tf HENRY DIMOND.
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
8. JOHNSON, Cariienter,
32-tf Merchant street, near the Koyal Hotel.
TO LET. The dwelling house lately occupied by
v.!"' Laot. Uau on Merchant street. Knr fnrthi.r iun;i.ni..r.
TO LET. The new building on Maunakea street,
second door from Liberty Hall, containing three rooms
tin stairs, ei.ilc hmi. trull umi th...wj... .... . 1. ..
' - , " ' ' ..vvi.'n j I'll tuc 1'IVIU-
ses, now occupied as a retail store by A. Doeuch. Possession
o be given on the 15th of March.
Fur terms, apply to
II. M. WHITNEY,
35-3 OrCAPT. MOSSMAN.
pyw 'r FOR SALE. Thirteen and a half acres
of valuable land, lying near Macfarlane'g Baths, in
rt.. Nuuanu Valley.
Also, a fine house lot in Honolulu, nearly opposite the
Palace, on King street.
For information and terms apply to
35-tf . J. W. MARSH.
TO LET. The new Cottage on the bank of the river,
adjoining the residence of John Montgomery, Esq. For
Particulars aimlv to fJRrt n m piv
Corner of Hotel Smith Streets.
TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
Orenier, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
Street. The lower nart is fitted with counter. bIipIvm-
c. ; upper part liue sleeping rooms, and fine cellar under same.
TO LET One-half of the Loft in laron. Ofono Wt.m1.nit,
on Marine Street ; and one-half of the Cellar under same.
Appiyio (31-tf) A. P. EVERETT.
TO LET The spucious house formerly occupied by
Henry Dickinson, Esq., and located next above the resi
dence of A. B. Rates. Kst nn Xiinr.in. A i ur..i
For rnl8, Ac, apply to (30-tf) W. C. PARKE.
TO LET. THE DWELLING HOUSE
lately occupied by CapU Mossman, on Marine street
opposite the Steam Flour Mill. For terms, Ac, inntfcre
29-tf THOS. MOSSMAN.
OFFICETO LET, fronting on Nuuanu street
f A. P. EVERETT.
TO LEASE IN LOTS. THAT nirenii-
of Land, corner of Nuuanu and King Streets. Apply at
tne store of T. MOSSMAN k fcnv.
t- - Nuuanu Street.
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
!;:;! resilience in nuuanu valley, anout a mile.
s ana a nau i, ro town. Terms moderate. Apply Ul
Honolulu. July 1. 1-tf W. L. GREEN.
FFICE TO LET. The rear Ollice over the Post-
office. Enquire of (34-tf) II. M. WHITNEY.
G. P. JUDD, AT THE CORNER OF FORT
and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diskasks of all kinds, hav
ing for Side a great variety of Drcgs and Mkdicixes of the best
quality. He sells also
Arsenic, strichnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate.
Oxalic acid, St. Ignasius beans, nux vomica, opium,
Prussic acid, alcohol.
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, honey and other soans.
Sago, pearl barley, oat menl, gum shellac.
Writing and marking ink, Sands sarsaparilla.
Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention.
XT Fiisily found when wanted. 6-tf. -
JR. W. FIELD
OFFERS FOR SALE
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery and Glassware,
Groceries. Naval stores.
Wines and Liquors,
Polar OR. Ac, &c Ac. 47
SAI.T! SALT ! SALT !
THE PUULOA SALT WORKS.
Vfr K ') 1 f th nnffpMlimMl in anv nntinllin It. ,-. 1 t
alongside the wharf or vensel in Honolulu, very superior
PUULOA SALT !!
Tlie proprietor having greatly improved his salt works, he U
now p pared to furnish better salt, in larger quantities, and ,
with gVetuer dispatch than has hitherto been done at tbe Sand v
wicu islands. , ,
Purchasers h ?re ami abroad, who wish to procure the best salt
manufactured in the Pacific, will do well to enquire fir, and also
to assure themselves, that they receive the rexl Puuhta salt.
Orders to any amount executed with dispatch.
For terms apply to - DANIEL MONTGOMERY.
' Puuloa Salt Works.
3 Ijt - . - Sandwich Iaiids.
Tf A LF BARRELS Tery saperior CHINOOK
KM SALMON for family usejtrst received per Metropolis
from Columbia, River, and fur sale by ' - w-
. 40-u ; . A. Jl. r. 1'iJUJi.
CJTRONG HEMP BAGGING !) inr
Sacking and Ostulmrgs for sale at
s by ' '
-' 'if . . iwi 1 1
XL. II ,
t . ,
XYrn. H. KELLY,
GENERAL C0MMLSSI0X MERCHANT,
supply ships with provisions, Ac., and advance money on
favorable terms for bills on the L'uited States. , 4-ly
CUSTOM HOUSE Jc COMMISSION AGENT
MANG0XUI, NEW ZEALAND. '
,ry ehimiinir surclled on the most reasonable terms. Lat
35 8 S .loiig. 173 S8,E.
D. C. MCltl'KR. J. C. HKHRILL.
IflcRUER & ITIERRILL,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 47 and 49 California alreet,
ftcrra to :
Capt. James Makoe, Honolulu Cspt. D. C. Waterman,
Honolulu i Messrs. Oilman A Co., Lnhaiua. 14-m
P. H. & P. A. OWENS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
S H 1 1 C H A 3V D L E R V,
01, Fraal Sired,
S A NFR A NCI SCO.
Naval Stores, Mew Reef,
Anchors, Chain Cables, 44 and Prime Pork.
Blocks, Cordage, Pilot and Navy Bread,
Ours, Paints and Oils, Flour,
Duck, Brushes, Ac Ac. lJ-ly
s. GRirnrrs morgas.
c. . hatha way.
C. r. STOKi.
AIOKGAN, HATHAWAY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Mercliants, San Francisco, Cal
References, T. 8. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. k A. R. ye,
Swift tt Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinnell Minturn
Co New York, John M. ForlnJ Esq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins k Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
olulu. - July 1, Wift-U.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
HENRY JOHNSON i CO., 1, Washington street
offer for sale Uie largest stock of goods lu their line on tlie
Pacific Coast. -
Br Orders from the Sandwich Islands respectfully sollelted.
C. W. BROOKS,
Consignments of Island Produce solicited. Orders for pur
chase and shipment of goods attended to.
Refer to B. W. Field. Honolulu. 23-ly
). S. LORD & CO.
IMPORTERS OF -
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Printing Material and Psjiers of every descr!ltin- also Agents
for White Co.'s Tyte Fouudary, No. loi, Sansouie-street,
Sua Francisco. r . ,
D. 8. Lord, i gan Francisco.
G. A. M-snos, J
G. A. Va Bokkklss, New York. "
N. I!. It- Hoe k Co.' ud Buggies' Printing 1 resc w wir.
ROPE WALK AXW OAKUJI
CORDAGE OF EVERV SI7.E MANUFAC
TURED to order constantly on hand. A lar.'e assort
ment of Manila and H-nip Rope (all sizes). Hale Rope, Tow Liue,
and Oakum, for sale by TUBBS & CO.
ogly 100, Front SlreK, San r4nc!x-.
r THOMAS SFEIVCER,
"ship chandler and importer,
EEPS CONSTANTLY ON II AND HARD
WARE. Cmrkerr. w ha e Line. Lajks. preserrea jieais.
and every article of Ship Chandlery required by Whale shipl
and other vessels.
Anchors, Chain Cables, Hawsers, Anchor Sliaekles
Chain and Tosatl Sheet Shackles, Wiudlasi Nippers and
Brakes, Shis Cambooses ail Coppers.
Extra Stove linings and Grates, Russia Iron Bahe Pans.
Small Cabin Stoves, Boat Boards Ma(U and Timlters.
tfcirs, Host Hooks and Anchors, Boat Cutting and Head
Spades, Harpoons, Gig Irons, Lance, Ijincn poles. .
Spaile Poles, Grains, Gaffs, Pikes, Rowlocks.
Composition Gudgeons, Boat Corks, Can and Sister Hook.
Hooks and Thimbles, Open and Welded Thimble.
Dead Eyes, Bulls Eyes, Leading Trucks, Ships Scrapers.
Leauing, Boarding, Boat and Blubber Knives.
Sluicing Knives, ft Mincing Macbiues.
Pitrh and Try Pots, Crow Bars, (iw! pointed)
Bout Ruffs aud Clinches, Fog Horns, Deck Lights.
Hardware Ai Tool. ......
Side Lights, Caulking Irons, Marlinsplkcs, Hnd-ikci.
Handcuffs, Rigging Screws, Rigging and Piunp Leather.
B'Mit HatcheU, Saw Sets, Patent Saw Sets,
Plane Irons, Long and Short Jointers.
Double and Single Fore Planes, Match, Bead k Plow Plant 4
Cut box Fillister Planes, Sash and Cor ing Planes.
Grecian Ovelos, Handsaws, C, 6. Bucksaws.
Compass Saws, Wood Saws, dodo framed.
Hunt's C. S. Handled Axes, Br d and Narrow Axes.
Axe Hatchets, Broad Hatchets, Nail Hammers C. S. strap d.
Nail Hammer Adse eye. Tack Hammers C. L.
Coppering Hammers, Bright Saddler do Drawing Knlvei
Blocks, Pat. Bushed, Double, Single, Davit A Cat do.
Iron Strapped Blocks, Iron Hoops, Mast do.
Bushed Sheaves Iron, do Lignuiiivita.
Jib, Flv Jib and Stay-Sail Hanks, Hand Pumps.
Copper Oil Pumps, Upper and Lower Pump Boxes.
Chain Punches, Top Slauls, Bright k Black Screw Wrtncbs.
Bench k Hand Vices, Firmer, Mortice, and Socket Chisels.
Firmer k Mortice Gouges, Large k Small Pincers.
Drawing Knives, Compasses, Screw Drivers.
Braces fc Bits, Auger - Center Hits, Eng. Auger.
Spike, Nail, k Hulling Gimblets, Wood A Iron Spokesbav.
Sted k Try Squares, Plutnl) k Level. Sllcin Bevel.
Mortice Guaires, Box Wood Rules, (Mir fokls).
Board Measure. Box M ood Rule. Box Wood Calliper Rule
Fiiw Ivory Rules, Orlndstoues. Sand Paper.
Griudstone Cranks, (with roUer complete).
Oil Atones, Whetstone. KitlesUme. HantUtotte.
Sanded-Wood Rifles, Axe, Auger k Chisel HaiHile.
Brass Butt, Stop, k Key'd Cock. Pat. Molae Gates.
En. Steelyards, Improved Spriug lialanoea.
Self Shutting Gate Hinges, Hone Fleams. Halter Chain.
Brad, Belt, Pegging A Sewing Awl, Cod k Fish Hooka.
Gun Flints, Drop k Buck Shot, Bullet Mould.
Cannon k Cannitr Powder. Powder Flask.
Percussion Cups, Sh IVwhe. - '
Ebony k Boxwood Pricker Pads, Ban Hooks k Pricker.
Bed Keys, Bedstead Screws, Charcoal Furnaces.
Pat. Smoothing Iron, (self heating). Sad Iron A Standi.
Pat. "save all" candlesticks, Bras Buinacto Lamp. ,.
Solar side Lamps, Glass Iimps. ,
Britannia Swing A Stand Lamp. Bras Swing It Bin'ele do
large Signal 1-interiis, Copper Guard. m
Glolw do. do '. da ' ,
Cone do - do '" Aft '
Tin Inip Feetlers, Cotton Wlcking, Sobir Wick.
Chalk Lines, Chalk Une Reels, Cotton Clothe Line.
Clotlies Line Hooks, Brass Lamp Hooks, do Cabin do.
Bras Knot, do Buttons, do Rack Pullie k roller ends com
do Sash Fasteners,, do Socket Bolt, do Barrel do.
' Iron Barrel Bras Neck bolts, do straight do do
Brass Flat do Bras Padlock, do Chest Locks, Iron do do
Iron Padlocks. Box Locks, Run Dead Lock.
Chain Spring bolts, Iron fc Copiwr tack.
Finishing aud Floor N:iils, Finishing Brad.
Ceiling, Boat, Clinch, Timber, Lap and Wood end Nail.
Foot Nails, Cut do assure d, Wrought do do.
Wrought Spikes, Eng. .joopicr Nail, Ain. d do.
Cou.-iKiBition Slieathing Nails, do do Coppbrinif do.
Eras Gimlet Screw. Iron do do. do Wire. Brut do & Butt,
Iron Rutin, Iron Gate Ilinees. Cocapoeitlon ftrap Hinye.
Blind Fasw himI Hinges, Kackd Band TalOo Hinges.
I Und Bells (all sizes;, hbeet le-ul. Brick Trowels.
C. S. Shovels ami Garden Moes, do Rake and Sfiade.
Ruffs and Clincltes (for hose), Brass Curtain Ring. .
FUit and half round Bastard Files, Cabinet Rasp.
Four square. Rat toll, lit Saw. nod Taoer Saw Files.
Half round Wood and Iron Rasps Log Slate.
Slate Pencils, Log and Account Book.
Memorandum, am'- Cargo Hook.
Fine Bnck and Cocoa Current JTable and Butrlier Stee
Butcher Knives. Table Knive aud Fork.Ror.
Sheath, Jack, ami Shoe Kidves, do Nipiier.
Razor Hones and Straps, Lather and Hair Bruslies.
Dressing Combs, Fine Ivory Tooth do, Fine Scin.irs k Shear.
GUaiers DiumcmU, Siga Gold Leaf. Suwarrow Spurs.
German harp, Steel Pens, Penh-dders; Letter h Bill Paper.
Account Sale Paper, Black luk in botUi-s, do in bbls.
Camel' Hair Pencils, Sash Tools.
Marking. Paiat, Whitewash, Durf, Scrub, Floor, Tar, Shoe,
and Horse Bruslies, Howe Mane Combs, Cum Comht
Birch and Corn Brooms, Cocoa Drooui Stuff.
Pniat, oik. Ai A'aral St-rra. '
1'roTinianm 5t Cabin Slorr. '
Crockerr Ar. . ". '
Caraealrr' Ai Cer T-l
. Nantiral Instraweals, kc
, Slop Ai Genteel CUthins. Jy I-tf
C- t,OT H I NO FO R S A I.E. The undersigned hav
al wars on hand au assorunent of German made Ctotbuig , .
Coatt Cloaks, and PaoU of different style.
July 1, 1-tf ; .VOX HOLT k HKCCK.
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&.ZTcAn WHITE LEAD
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