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AN INCUBSIOjf INTO THE EMPIRE STATE.
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bmpromtmtni woatker at Conndoujua History oftkm Set-
-wfr r'(pt Anecdote of Judge Uorkmm
w mm KMuuirr Kemervrm leal Aslomsiting prepress
v mnmrm i jMwa-CMift sts ni
weather From Auburn to Syracuse mud detention there
Sleep-i! emrt from Syracuse t Albmnu Waktful ftl
Um ymeeenf et Collision mt Albany Kxnd-kearltd Con.
It was snowing and raining when I armed at
s i , . . .
- vuuuaigaa ; ana wnen one naa trareled by day
." and by night four hundred and twenty-one miles,
to speak in the evening, a heavy rain, especially
t v. t j - i 11 ' ,i . i r
wuiiuj, nucre iltj iue-waia.s anu vemcies
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w uui iuuui buohhu, u miner ainccmraging.
And so we watched the signs of the times with
. swme anxiety, ana lamented over the weather ;
,. reconciling oorselTes, however, to it at last, on
. two ground principally, which 1 mention because
they contain s practical philosophy, which may
. dc lurnea to account in graver cases ; one was,
that our lamentations and anxieties won Id do no
'good; the other that, though the rain was no
. paracuiariy aeeuume lor us, it was greatly
wanted by the " rest of mankind," as the springs
were low. And so we submitted to the rain- It
, did not appear greatly to tell upon the audience,
and the next morninr Mr. Granser handed me.
as the proceeds of the evening, a generous contri-
oution to uw .Mount ernon fund. I ttiupect the
-. sum was somewhat increased by individual liber-
" There is no more beautiful village, as far as
my ottterration has extended, than Canandaigua ;
few places of greater interest in the hLstory of the
settlement of the Country. It was here, that the
settlement of the t eetern part of New l ork com
menced, (after the purchase' of Mews. Gorham
. and Phelps,) in the year 1788. In the summer
. MP ,. - a. Wm a m .
wi toai year, air. Oliver tr neips, a person oi truly
' heroic character, who id entitled to a place among
Lord Bacon's Condiores Jmperioruin (founders
of empires) left Massachusetts, for the purpose of
Mpionug uu surveying uo vast region, wnicn
he and Judge Gorham had purchased. now em
bracing, I believe, twelve counties, in the
- Western part of New York. They penetrated
' what was then a savage wilderness, as far west as
J Canandaigua, one hundred and thirty miles west
of the German Flats, then considered the utmost
limits of Civilization. Key. Mr. Kirkland,
. (father of President Kirkland of Harvard College)
who had long lived among the Indians as a Mis
sionary, accompanied Mr. The! pa and his party,
as a Commissioner on the part of Massachusetts.
An Indian Council was held on a beautiful
eminence overlooking Canandaigua lake ; lied
Jacket denounced the proposed treaty ; but Far
mer's Brother pacified the excited chiefs, and an
agreement was finally made for the extinction of
the Indian title to more than two millions of
. acres of land. After the treaty, the land was
surveyed under the direction of Mr. Phelps, on
the system of townships and ranges, which has
r v i x i i i i i i - i
huw ixxu uienueu vo uie wnoie puoiic domain
of the United States, and forms one of the most
important and admirable arrangements, in the
practical administration of the Government of the
United States. . .
Some idea of the hardships attending the first
settlement of new countries in general, and this.
in particular, may be formed from the descrip
tion given or this now beautiful and highly cul
tivated village, abounding with all the improve
ments of a ' prosperous rural district, in Mr.
Spafibrd's Gazetteer, also cited in Barber's Col
"The settlement of this town (Canandaigua) commenced in
TOO, and in 1797 I found ft bat feeble, contending with namer
as ranmmmnients and difficulties. The Spring of that year
iu B&eommouly wet and cold. Besides good deml of sickness,
mod knee-deep, mosqoitos and mli so thick that yea eoold
hardly breathe without swallowing then; rattle snakes and the
am thousand discouragements everywhere incident to new set
Uemesta, snrronnded - by these, in Jnne of that year. I saw
with wonder that these people, all Yankees from Mswchnsetta.
Conoretlcat aad Venuputt were perfectly nndijnwyed, 4 looking
forward in hope, sore and steadfast.' They talked to toe of I
what ta awmuy would be, by and by, as if it were history, and
a leccnea a as an ante."
Oliver Phelps died on the 21st February, 1800,
in the sixtieth year of his age ; - and future gene
rations will do justice to his memory. ' So rapid
has been the growth of this, in common with
many other parts of the country,' that the pres
ent generation lows, in its familiarity with it,
an adequate appreciation of the stuitendous pro
cess, by which barbarous territories almost bound
less, have within sixty years been brought into
the domain of civilization. To illustrate the
rapidity of this progress, I often repeat an anec
dote, which has descended by tradition in the
On one occasion, when Judge Gorham was
musing, in a state of mental dcpre&ion, on the
almost total failure of thia magnificent specula
tion, he was visited by a friend and townsman,
who had returned from a Journey to Canandai
gua, then just laid out. This friend tried to
cheer the Judge with a bright vision of the future
growth of Western New York. Kindling with
his theme, he pointed to a son of Judge Gorham,
who was in the room, and added You and I
shall not live to see the day, but that lad, if he
reaches three score years and ten, will see a daily
stAge-ctAcb. running as far westas Canandaigua."
That lad was the iato Mr. Benjamin Gorham,
who died a few yean ago, who represented Bos
ton for several jt-ars in Congrete with great
ability, and who lived to witness, not merely a
daily stage-coach, entering Canandaigua, but two
great lines of Kailroad and a- gigantic Canal,
traversing the State frotn.East to West, with
rabsidiary eommunreatiotw in every direction and
The next day (15th December) at half past
ten, I left Canandaigua, regretting only the nee-
. essary shortness of my visit, as I have to do con-
" atanuy. ' At Rochester we had the same menace
of bad weather, which however, gave way before
r evening. I met at the station President Ander
son, General Smith, and Mr. Moore, and was
conducted by them to the hospitable dwelling of
Silas O. Smith, Esq., and to the enjoyment of all
the comforts of a cordial reception and a friendly
. home. -
At Rochester we had inadvertently incurred
the risk of a pretty serious miscarriage. In order
' to increase the receipts of the evening, and also to
accommodate some elderly persons, invalids, and
ladies, who might desire a comfortable seat in the
. hall without going at an hoar before hand, or
; who were unable to struggle for it at a crowded
door, the idea of reserving a portion of the seats
at a higher price, occurred to those having charge
of the arrangements. It - was not an entirely
, .novel plan ; but though a well meant,: it proved
- to be an unfortunate suggestion. Seats are daily
'.reserved in many, nay, in most places of public.
resort,', in, this country and in Europe, without
giving alarm to the most sensitive votary of re
' publican equality. ' But it gave offence to some
of our SofSensian friends, and it became neces
sary, in deference to the excited public feeling, to
abandon the discrimination and to place all the
.tickets at, the lowerprice. This restored har-
mony , at the expense, 1 suppose, of a hundred or
two of dollars to the Mount Vernon fund ; and a
noble audience filled the hall, which is one of the
" best in the country. For myself, I am no aris
. .tocrat. 1 1 do not own a quadruped. larger than a
--cat, and she an indifferent mouser ; nor any kind
: of a vehicle, -with the exception, possibly, of a
wheel-barrow. But lam willing my neighbor
' should dash by me on his spirited horse; while I
am tradiB a-foot ; or roll in his luxurious car
riage while I take a seat in the omnibus. On the
same princilv If 'my neighbor prefers to pay a
dollar for a reserved seat at a place of public re
. aort, (especially for the benefit of the Mount Ver
non funa.y it does not disquiet me in the purchase
of fty cent ticket. If my neighbor is an aged
person, an invalid or a lady, and is disposed to
Eij a doable price for a little comfort of this
nd, I have personal! on objection, although
.fl-tzi t- '"Z to do wtn tke proposed arrange
f rr.t cl . trier, as I never have with any buei
r icrr: 1 connected with the repetition
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. lj rfcil dy though the air was somewhat
" shrewd I .flatly enjoyed a drive ta the t"iti
fil Cerattrry ti the fells to tee Genesee. The
river was in frand order, the falls msn&je3t,
STSsned a rxlabow, wLLi in conss'"i'-r3
of a h-jh wiiJ, tLat LIx tl3 water izi
wu cf Eicra than ordinary brilliancy .
' sera T-r-r bat ox tcT?, that ia 1221 ;
for the mastery. Carthage is now pretty much
in the condition of its African namesake, and
Rochester is a city probably of some fifty thou
sand inhabitants. It is one of the most astonish
ing examples of the growth of the new settlements
in this country. ; The part which in 1812, was
surveyed for the purpose of settlement by Na-
. thaniel Rochester, Charles H. Carroll, and Will
iam Fitzhugh, emigrants from Maryland I believe,
and called " Rochester" after the senior proprie
tor, had, under the name of the Mill lot," been
bestowed by Gorham and Phelps on a semi-savage,
called Indian Allen, as an inducement for
building mills, to grind corn and saw boards for
the few settlers at that time in this region.
Messrs. Rochester, Carroll, and Fitzhugh paid
' $1750 for this hundred acre lot; which nowoecu
Eies a considerable part of the City of Rochester;
ome of the land on the other side of. the river
.was sold by Gorham and Phelps in ' 1790 for
eighteen pence the acre. It is statements like
these, which beguile men into land speculations,
in which I shall give you the benefit or my own
experience on a small scale, another time.
llaving passed a most agreeable day in the
amiable family circle of my hospitable hosts,
and with the advantage of making the acquaint
ance of many of the citizens, I left Rochester at
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6 P. M., in company with my iriena me iev.
Dr. Cressy of Auburn, who had taken charge of,
the arrangements for the repetition of my address
at that delightful village, which we reached at
about half past ten P. M.
I never would willingly travel in tne aarit,
which deprives you of all the gratification and
benefit of seeing a country with your own eyes,
and thus getting an idea of it which no guide
books can furnish. But in this intense condensa
tion of existence to which we submit, crowding
into one week the work of three, the leisurely
survey of the country through which you pass in
traveling, is one oi tne iirst mings to ue oucn-
ficed. One would have thought that the vastly
increased facilities of traveling, which enable one,
on all the great routes, to do in eight or nine
hours the work of three days in old times, would
have led us to take things a little more leisurely
and comfortably. Instead of this we clamor for
more night trains, and wish to pass these eight
or nine hours under the dark, damp wings of
ereat change in the weather took place
during the night of the ICth ; and in the morn
ing Dr. Creasy s churchyard, which lay Deneath-
mv windows, and Hie line - -reel wnicu runs
through Auburn, were covereu with snow. The
weather was not tempting abroad, though I was
very desirous of seeing the penitentiary, which
occupies so prominent a place in me History oi
prison discipline, the Auburn system being
originally the technical designation of the plan
of social labor in the workshop, and solitary con
finement at meals and at night. Prevented from
going abroad, I passed the hours at home till it
was time to receive the visits or iriends in what
occupation think you, gentle reader? Can there
be two conjectures as to what a well-meaning
man, under engagement to furnish a weekly arti
cle to the New York Ledger," would do with
a couple of leidure hours, which he was compelled
Dy stress oi weatner to pass wunin aoorsr
I he appointed hour arrives, and a lull and
favoring audience welcomes us to Auburn ; a
village, I doubt not, though seen by me only
under its wintry shroud, far more " sweet than
that from which it derives its lovely name. Com
pelled to return tj Boston by Saturday night, in
order to keep my appointment for the following
week, I was obliged to deny myself the gratifica
tion of a visit to its important public Institutions.
And so after one more genial and refreshing hour
with my hospitable host, 1 went with him, and
my obliging frienda Mr. Morgan and Ludlow,
(the latter so well known to many of the readers
of the Ledger as the " Hasheesh Eater") to the
Railway station, and the train soon arriving from
Rochester took me to Syracuse. The night was
cold, and one feels a little catch coldish after
speaking two hours; and so the extra clothing of
which we spoke rather disparagingly Jast week,
grew mightily into favor again.
We reached Syracuse about twenty minutes
after eleven, and were to leave it for Albany by
the V estern train Irom iiuualo, due at hve min
utes before four ;an arrangement of hours, too
long to Bit up and too short to go to bed, and
admirably adapjted to cultivate the equanimity of
itinerant orators, tired of speaking and anxious
to get home. -Time does not gallop withal".
under such circumstances ; in fact I am strongly
inclTned to thing, that fretting is the very best
tool for clipping his wings. At length the west
ern train arrived with the most gratifying punc
tuality, and 1 again took reluge in the sleeping
ear. Jto great iresident or high official ot
the New York Central disturbed niy slumbers,
which lasted till the -break of day. I could
have wished, in iact I may say that I fond
ly expected, that they might last a little long
er. 1 know tew places or times when one
is less tempted to wake up, than a cold Iccern-
. i . . ,
oer morning in a sleeping car, aiier two nours
oratory at Auburn and four hours impatient
waiting at Syracuse. It so happened, however,
that the berths next to me, and on opposite sides
of the car. were occupied bv travelers from Chi
cago, who had probably had two nights comfort
able sleep since they left home, at any rate had
slept all the way from Buffalo. They were con
sequently preared to wake with the dawn.
They not only woke themselves, but fell into an
argument, that produced precisely the same effect
upon every body else in the car. They happened
to take opposite views of several important polit
ical questions. One appeared to be a naturalized
foreigner, and the other was very Strongly Native
.A - rrl 1 I 1 .il . 1 L .1 1
Amencan. . i iit'v nau uum aonH inmuvs tnp .in
electioneering campaign in Chicago, which, as
far as I could infer from their statements, was
" animated to say the ltt. Their accounts of
it certainly were. They argued, vociferated, and
shouted. It was an interchange of sentiment,
that might be called boisterous : taunt and re
tort ; fling and sarcasm. Virgil tells us that the
muses like alternations. 1 think that if the
muses had been broken of their rest as much as I
hal, they would change their minds a little in a
case of this kind. But though the alternation
was decidedly an altercation, it was upon the
whole eood natured. Had thev eot to blows.
one might almost have thought that we had,
during our slumbers, been transported to Wash
ington and woke up on the floor of Congress.
Happily it was in a sleeping car ; the dispute was
interspersed with peals of laughter while it lasted,
and ended in great good humor and a general
Nothing adverse happened till we entered the
station yard at Albany. Here within a few rods
of our goal, our car which was in the rear, came
into collision with an Engine left standing in the
wrong place. The iron coupling which attached
us to the preceding car snapped like pack-thread,
and we were thrown from the track. But we
had reached our destination ; the damage to the
car was trifling, to passengers null. An engineer
as we passed out, judiciously remarked, that " we
should not have got off so well had the collision
taken place, while we were moving at the rate of
thirty miles an hour." Probably not ; ' butl
whether the carelessness which caused it might
not have existed, deserves consideration.
We were comfortably housed at the Delavan at
a quarter past ten. The trains from the West
are so arranged, that they reach Albany about an
hour after the train for Boston has started. If
you happen to have business in Albany which
occupies four or five hours, this is a convenient
arrangement. If you are very anxious to get
back to Boston bv day light, it would be a con
venient thing to have the two trains connect with
each other. But it is impossible that every train
should connect with every other ; although im
patient travelers are apt to think it night.
The afternoon and evening were intensely cold.
The pilot cloths and dreadnoughts came admira
bly in play. The kind-hearted Conductor said it
was the coldest night of the. season. . I call him
kind-hearted," because he allowed a poor young
mother with a shivering infant in her arms, and
not a farthing in her pocket,' to keep her seat.
" How could iput her out in anight like this?"
You couldn't, good Conductor, because you have
a kind heart, but 1 have fallen in with conduc
tors, who I fear would have been less merciful.
Though not in a sleeping car, I enjoyed a glori
ous deep almost all the way home. In fact so
overwhelmed was I with drowsiness, that I think
I could have slept through the argument of my
Chicago friends, or the dialogue of the hih
officer and the great President. The new Con-
Ja. a 9 ' w
uncror, aiso auna-neazxea, nappene j reeog-
nue me inuugri asieep, ana uia not wt.
for my check from West Brookfield to '
for which good office he will long '
grtiefal remembrance of a sleepy trav
TlTher" Historical Collectlona, p. 268. -
C7 -5 r. a recent dinner T7 sphere oi wo-
LA HA IN A, S. I. ,
GILEJAN L Co.
AM VOW SSCBmXO TKK1
WHICH THEY OFFER FOB SALE ON AS FAVORABLE
TERMS AS ANY ESTABLISHMENT ON THE ISLANDS.
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whale boats, 14, 1617 and 18 feet.
8heet lead,marlin spikes.
Copper and Iron tackle, Copper aid Iron screws
Caulking irons, ... Assorted hammers,
Assorted hatchets. Assorted files,
Urass and troo chest locks, ' Auger I Ha,
Poor lucks, gimleU, compasses, . ' Screw drivers,
Knires and forks, Westembolm knives.
Pocket knives, Butcher knives,
Ship scrapers, Rigging leather.
A large assortment of Ship Chaadlerr,
Fresh Groceries, Provisiorjs, Clothing,
Paints, OOs, Boots and Shoes,
American, Callfomiao and Hawaiian Flour,
- New Bedford Bread, In short calk;
Rice, assorted Craokers;
American Mess Beet, Hawaiian packed Beef, wahsaxtsd;
American Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Hams. '
No. 1 brown sugar, . Grushed sugar,
No. 2 brown sugar, Loaf sugar,
Syrup, Boxes salt,
Molasses, Bbls vinegar,
Chests tea, Boxes raisins, '
Fine ooloog tea, Chocolate
Split peas. Coffee,
Assorted spices, Jtc.
Boiled Unseed oil, - Spirits turpentine,
Extra white lead, Black paint,
. Pure white lead, Pntty, chalk,
Prussian blue. Bbls coal tar,
Chrome yellow, Paint brushes.
Chrome green, PencU brushes,
An assortment of
W. K. Lewis 6c Bro's fresh Preserved Meats
I Roasted and boiled beef, mnUon,
Assorted soups, tnpe, cnicken,
I Clams, corn, beets, ass'd pickles,
I Lemon syrup, assorted syrups,
' Ketcbun. mustard, fresh herbs.
Bt a rm4 Shea.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
Kip brogans, buff brogans.
Heavy brogans, boys' brogans,
An assortment of ladies' and
An assortment of New Bedford made Slop
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemen's .
Custom made Clothing.
A kit of the celebrated Topple Irons, Bent's' Ruffs, Row Lucks,
. juxl Harpoon, from burtee a Co. and Iean
it Driggs, of New Bedfor .
j New Bedford made Towline, " Manila Cordage,
1 Hemp Cordage, ' Rattling stuff,
4 Mtf Spunyarn, Oakum.
T the Owners a4 Pcrawna interested la
Ujron's Bay, Ililo, Hawaii.
TVI1E SUBSCRIBER AVOt'LD HEREBY
. give notice to his friends, the seafaring community in gen
eral, and particularly to the Masters and Owners of Whaleships,
that he has for the present relinquished the idea of closing out
his business interest at this port, as advertised, and that he will
continue the same at his old stand.
It is the present intention of the subscriber to import his goods
direct from the Eastern States and California, when be will be
prepared to sell all kinds of ship chandlery, naval stores, provi
sions, groceries, slop clothing, boots, shoes, and all and every
article required by ships, at as cheap rates as can be procured at
any of the ports on these islands. -
Money will be advanced as cheap and upon as liberal terms
as it can be procured elsewhere, and the subscriber trusts that
nothing will be wanting on his part to render II Uo as desirable
a port for general recruiting purposes, as ail parties could reas
onably expect. B. PITMAN.
P. S. It is the subscriber's present intention to have one or
more shins, for the freighting of Oil and Bone for the United
I States, for the Fall of 1859, which freights will be taken at as
cheap rates as shall rule at other ports on these islands.
I 144-2m . B. P.
Whaleships in the Pacific Ocean.
Ornci or th Paxlma Rail-Road Coxpast, I
New Tobc. July 20. 1857. i
The Panama Rail-Rnad Company takes Uiis method
of informing those Interested in the Whaling bust
ness, of the advantages offered by the Railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, u.id for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been ia regular and successful operation for
more than two years, and its capacUf for the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, &c.,
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important object. A Pier, 450 feet long, has
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Aspin
walL Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels t and from Aspinwall are fist-sailing brigs, be-
longing to the Riul-Road Company, and the Company is pre
' pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New York,
.under lhrM)h Bills mf Ldtdiwg at .the rate of seven
j cents per gallon, if received at Uie Pier, and eight cents per gal-
the capacity of t?ie casks, without allowing for -wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents -r imund. -This charge
I covers everr exnense from Panama to New York, in case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the lAhmus or in New York
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus is
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or cooveysd in covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other roods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to W illlaaw
i 1m. Commercial Agent ot the Company at Panama, will
! h. pmJ anil imnlMl Bttk HMlpil ilacMlph.
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! XT Frederic I. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Ilono
I lulu. Sandwich Inlands, ami is prepared to furnish every requisite
Information to shippers. -
J0S. F. JOY, Secretary
Fbcdbbic I. Harks,
j Agent Panama R. R. Co.. Honolulu S.I. 64 12m
Sails, Standing Rigging. Chain
bles iVhaling Gear, &c.
171 OR SALE LOW, BV THE UNDER
signed : Topsail, courses, topgallant yards, royals, -Spanker,
gaff topsniL spencer, new and nearly new.
Two gangs, nearly new, standing rigging.
Topmast, back ami head stays, topsail runners and lifts.
J tb star, etc The above suitable for a shlpof 250 to 450 tons.
j Two 11 inch chain cables, two 1) Inch chain cables.
Iron strapped cutting-in blocks, with chain pendants,
Conner cooler, try Put. ladles and skimmer, lances, caffs.
Whale line, cutting falls, assortment of blocks, patent and bushed.
Charts of different parts or the world, compasses, boot lanterns,
Signal lanterns, chain topsail sheets, fluke and fin chains,
136-tf B. F. SNOW.
' WHALESHIPS AXD OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be bad at Koloa at
$5 per cord ; fresh beef at 4 ceuts per tt 5 sheep, at $3 per head
and goats at f 1 60 head. Also at the port of llannlel, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of Ilanalel is on
the North West side of the island, and has safe and good an
chorage In from 0 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawiliwill at the same rate as almve. Also fruila
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XT Wood always on hand at the beach In quantities to suit
purchasers. (tM-tT) OKORGE CHARM AN.
To : Whalemen !
W. MACY would respectfully solicit the same pa
tmnare heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy 4
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka-
walhae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef, Mutton. Pwrk. Psmltry. and aiso the ode
bra ted KAWAIHAB POTATOES. ....
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, ard in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
XT No charge made on Inter-island exchange.
72-tf U. W. MACY.
THE UM1ERSIGNED, AT KEALA
kekua Bay, Hawaii, is prepared to famish Ships with
Salt and Fresh Beef, Sheep, Goats. Poultry. Irish and
Sweet Potatoes, etc, etc equal to any on the Sandwich Islands.
Kealakekua, Oct. 1858. 121-6m
- JL Composition Nails, from the manutactory of Crocker, Bros.
A Co, . For sale by
B. F: SNOW:
- CHINOOK SALMON.
BBLS. CHINOOK SALMON. FROM
the Columbia River, just received ex bark "Adclaida."
This is the fin lot of real Chinook Salmon that has been for
sale in Honolulu for over two years. Weight and quality guar
anteed. 140-tf C. A. Jt H. F. POOR.
WHALE LINE, See.
Ratlin, . ;
For sale by -ll-tf
! CHAS. BREWER, 2d
OAK PLA-NK. fce.
Hard Pine Plank,
Spruce Deck Plank,
- Hard Pin Baas,
: For sale by
ll-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2b.
IOnrt BARRELS OIL SHOOKS. tosrriv
VF J J per clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
r lliMf . . , CHAS. BREWER 2.
TT ANCE POLES Just arrived per Syren," for sale by
or ojrtw, tw wUI I
IAS. BREWER, 2a.
t lO mm 118 Clair Street. S "
45 mmm 4T MerekMC Stref
SAN FRANCISCO, CI.
? 2CxExioir ajacl X3eolor
; 4 ' i - : -; is - - ' ".' '
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths,
MATS AND COCOA MATTING,
DRUGGETS, BAIZES, and DAMASKS,
WINDOW SHADES AND HOLLANDS,
TT pbolstery Gr ooc3Lms ,
PAPER HANGINGS mm& BORDERS,
FOR SALE IN BOND OR DUTY PAID,
ET" At the Lowest Kates. o
FANCY GOODS ! FANCY GOODS !
3?I. P. BROW1V,
3Mo. OO 1-2 33-ttory Street,
. . .r . T SAN FRANCISCO, Cttl., . ;, ' .
Importer of Fancy Goods of all Rinds,
BEADS AND BEAD WORK I
GUNS, PISTOLS, COMBS, BRUSHES,
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, .
LOOKING G LASSES, PERFUMERY,'
SOAPS.'NEEDLES, PLATED WARE,
WAX AND KID DOLLS, &c, &c.
Ail Order to receive prompt attention, and the good be for
warded as directed.
Refers to H. M. Whitset, Honolulu, S. I. 130-Cra
No. 107 Clay street, San Francisco,
OFFER FOR SALE A FULL AND COM
plete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
R. Jt CO. respectfully solicit orders from the country, and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those whofavdr
them with their cmtom. StWJiu
CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STS.,
San Francisco, Cal.
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
Establishment offers superior inducements to the Traveling
Public, and to those wishing a quiet home. It is situated in
convenient proximity to the business center, and is conducted
on the European Pluu, giving its patrons the choice of obtaining
their meals at the restaurant connected with the house, or else
where, as their convenience may suggest.
The Proprietor, who has been eagufred in this house since
1852, solicits a continuance of the patronage of his many friends,
which, as heretofore, he will endeavor to merit by strict atten
tion to their wants and comfort. O. W. FRINK,
D. C. WATERMAN Sc Co.
Offer for Sale :
BBLS. EXTRA MESS BEEF.
300 blla prime pork.
100 tiallego Hour, superfine,
100 " llaxall do uo,
26 half bbls superfine flour, for families,
65,000 lbs bread, pilot, navy and medium,
26 half bbls crushed sugar,
60 kegs butter,
150 coils New Bedford towlines,
60 bundles navy oakum,
25 bbls pitch,
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 gallons spirits of turpentine,
2 tons iron hoops,
300 coils Manila cordage, 3 inch, 4, 41, 4,
Si, 3i, 31, 3. 2j, 2. 2i, 2, 1J and 1J inch,
50 coils 6 thread, 9 thread and 12 thread,
60 coils Ku-da cordage, 7 inch shrouding,
6, 4, 3J, 3, 2J, 2 and 1 inch.
25 onils 9, 12 and 15 thread, seising, liamber-
line, rounding aud houseline,
Chain cables and anchors, '
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and 5 inch,
Ship's ccnibooses, complete, No. 2 and 3.
Wluu' Irons, toggle irons,
C'otroa duck. No. 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7,
10,000 feet white pine boards.
Hard pine heading,
Spruce flour boards,
Hard pine flooring boards. 123-tf
Fresh Groceries, Fresh Groceries
FINE OOLONG TEA. Jumbles,
Fine Congou tea, Wine hlocuits,
Fine green tea. Assorted English biscuits.
Crushed sugnr, r'resh peaches.
Granulated sugar, Frssh apricots,
Loaf sugar, Frwh pears.
Brown sugar, l'r:sh cherries,
Light browu sugar, Fresh prunes,
Boston sugar cured hams, Fresh strawberries,
Fresh lard in tins. Fresh quinces,
Fresh lard in kegs Cranberry lam,
Kits No. 1 mackerel. Raspberry jam.
Fresh codfish, Med currant Jelly,
Fresh dried apples, Pure honey.
Fresh Carolina rice English" green peas,
Pearl sago, French do do,
Tapioca, Frvsh oysters, 1 and 2tb tins,
Ground Rice, Fresh lobsters, do do.
Buckwheat grits, Fresh sausage, do do,
Vermicelli, Fresh green corn, 1 and 21b tin
Maccarani, Fresh saleratus.
Fresh corn meal, . Fresh cream tartar,
Fresh Hawaiian flour, Fresh curb, soda,
Fresh split peas. Table salt.
Fresh corn starch, Assorted herbs,
Fresh currants. Salad oil.
Fresh raisins. Half boxes sardine.
Assorted candled peel, Vfuarter boxes sardines.
Brown's extract of ginger, Kegs anchovies,
Water crackers. Ground pepper,
Butter do. Whole pepper.
Soda do, Ihirham mustard,
Oyster do, Crosse A 11 lack well's pickles,
Ginger snaps, . Cayenne pepper,
Wafer bread. Salt water soap.
For sals by 8. SAVIDGR.
N. B. Fresh ground Kona Coffee. 134-tf
For Sale Received per " Sachem,"
BY CIIAS. II. LEWERS.
fftr ASSORTED DOORS. ALL SIZES,
.Am J J 60 assorted sash doors, all sixes,
200 assorted window sash, all sizes,
70 assorted blind doors, all sizes,
100 kegs nails,
40 boxes German glass, all sizes,
" 700 lbs. ass'd paints Paris and chroma green, chrome
yellow, blue umber, L. brown, sienna, vermilion,
red lead, Ac,
10 Arm ass'd paint brushes, consisting of 0000, 00000,
200 door and window frames,
158 pounds glue,
1000 lbs sash weight, assorted size,
3 do sash cord. 143-tf
Just Received ex " Modern Times !"
; ' COTTAGE SIDING. Jtc. :
1Sf Cf FEET COTTAGE SIDING,
4 UUU 60,000 feet rough spruce boards,
- 4.000 feet rough spruce 2 inch plank,
20,000 feet wide pine boards,
8,000 (set pine 2 inch plank,
6,000 feet pine li do do,
12,000 feet i spruce flooring,
0,600 feet li inch spruce flooring,
20,000 feet assorted widths pine boards. '
138-4 : For sale by C. H. LEWERS.
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds,
EX "MODERN TIMES."
QAA DOORS, ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
3 Vr Vr mouldings and raised nel.
60 Sash Doors, an sorted sizes.
300 pair Window Basil, assorted sises.
260 pair Blinds, with and without swivels, ass d sizes.
Selected expressly for this market, and for sale low by
137-tf GEORGE Q. HOWS.
Bread, Bread, Bread!
FOUR LOAVES MORE FOR THE DOLLAR
ROBERT LOVE, BAKER, CONFECTION
KR, Ac, begs leave to inform his friends and the puMio
generally, that he intends, on and after Monday. Feb. 7, to give
SO Issra of the fees Bre4 Tor Oato Dollar t
Ho likewise manufactures to order, and will keep constantly on
hand, fancy cakes and consscUonary cf all kinds, which he will
sell at must reasonable prices.
N. B. Ship Bread constantly on hand and made to order, at
the shortest notice. IScVStn
A TINS WATER CRACKERS,
40 tin Jenny Uod Cakes, - , .
10 cases Green Corn,
Per Tanke)" for sal by
14t-rf C. U RICHARDS ft CO
SW W t' "BwjSg
IIONOLULU, 0A1IU, S. I..
OFFERS FOR SALE. IN LOTS TO SUlJ
M r" r,f I . M . ,,- raiu. a laraw usort-
meit JaCHASDISR, consisting in part of the following
White and grey merino drawers. Red flannel drawert,
Women's white cotton hose. Silk Y", T ...
imbroidered anderateeves, ; Corah handkerchiefs,
t Navy Caps, with oil silk covers.
Check linen shirts, , v.
. ,v - . Whits L. B. shirts,
: -. White lnen handkerchiefs
Goat buskins, Knameled leather brogans.
- . ,; . - Lemon syrup, .
-. Tomato catsup. ' -
LooMnggtassca, " Biitanni. tureens,
fiolarlampa ?,de tan?f . ;
Lamp globes. Lamp chimneys,
Lamp wicks, Kos. 1 and 2.
: i Set Tinman's TsIs.
lanila and Hemp Rope, assorted sizes,
- Whale line, spunyarn. Ravens duck,
. : Cotton duck, Noa. 3 and A.
YELLOW METAL, 18 to 2oz.
Tarred paper, - Venetian Minds, Hand carts,
Lead pipe. Bras nose pipes, LB. hose.
Brass nibb locks, , Kedge anchors, Chain Cabtea.
Irrot Champagne, Currant Wink,
; Cases Boubbon Whisky, qts and pts,
10-gall. kegs Bourbon Whisky,
A Larse aaMrtsaeat ( Crckery Ware t
Bowls, vegetable dishes, plate, ewers and basins, mugs, Jugs
; Boxes glass, cream-laid paper, nappies, etc.
Thumb latches, gimlets,
v Hooks and staples, firmer chisels,
Tower bolts, brass butts, Uingham buckets.
Dyer's healing embrocation, cotton bags, com brooms,
Bridle leather, wagon harnesses, granulating mills, etc., etc
COMPOSITION and FELT, for Fire Proof Roofs.
Genuine MARIA FARINA COLOGNE.
Sail needles, Cut nails, Lanterns, Paint oil,
Boat nails, ; Iron bedsteads, Turpentine, K&spa,
Corkscrews, Verdigris, Hammers, Sheath knives,
Black paint, Padlocks.
Red and Blue Bunting,
Oil Casks, Shooks, Hoop Iron,
Sperm and Polar Oil, '
i&tt Richmond Flour, etc., etc.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments,
THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE, VIZ:
Ex Young Grrelu
16, 17, and 18 feet oars,
Cotton duck, Noa. 1 to 10,
Prussian blue paint,
Chrome yellow paint,
Chrome green paint,
Bales fresh hops.
Boxes, halves and qrs raisins,
Bbls and 6-gall kegs whisky
Bales brown drills.
Ex Moanlain 'Ware.
Cases boiled English linseed oil,
Eighths casks ltnchel!e brandy.
Half boxes loaf and crushed sugar,
Nos. 3 and 4 Roger Williams stoves.
Cans extra fine preserved oysters
Cans preserved meats,
Cans preserved clams.
Cans preserved strawberries,
Cases Verdale olives,
Cases assortad soups,
Cases soup and boulllie,
Cases assorted soup and broths, cans soda, wine, oyster, sugar
and butter crackers. .
Kegs whisky, Cases axes,
Kegs brandy, Bbls pitch.
Kegs rum. Linen drill frocks,
Baskets champagne. Linen drill pant.
Cases ale and porter. Bales brown sheeting,
Cases blue drill.
Bales cloves, kegs nutmegs, half bbls split peas, do currants,
Cases refined saleratus, cases St. Clair, Dixon's, Emmet's Upton
and Syeet Orange brand tobacco, etc., etc.
133-tf J. C. SPALDING.
Views of Honolulu !
A LL PERSONS VISITING OK RESIDING
J. on these Islands, should nut fail to send a set of G. II.
Barge' Views m Honolulu to their friends abroad,
as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be had of K. BURGESS,
118-tf Paint Shop, on King street, near Fort.
HALF BOXES E. BOSTON No. 1 CRCSH
Half boxes East Boston Granulated Sugar.
" Loaf Sugar, just received per clipper ship " Sy
ren, 'for sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER 2d
RAVEN'S DUCK, Ate.
LIGHT AND HEAVY RAVEN'S DUCK,
Korkpnrt Cotton Duck,
U. S. Pilot Duck, For sale by
119-tf CIIAS. BREWER, 2d.
ASES GINGER WINE, PER ADE-
LA IDA" for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
ASES SUMMER SAVORY, IN GLASS,
fur sale by H(J-U J U. 1. ltlUllAitus & UU.
ADAMANTINE CANDLES FOR SALE BY
140-lf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
tSfk TINS WATER CRACKERS.
Lsv 25 tins ginger snaps, per Yankee, for sale by
132-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
FIRE PROOF PAINT,
Kaolin, 10 brls of each.
Just arrived per clipper ship M Syren," for sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
N LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS Best qua!
ity, 10 by 20 inches. For sale by
132-lf Vox HOLT & TIEUCK.
"I fC M nEI WOOD SHINGLES, JUST
' received per " Fortuna." For sale by
C. BREWER, 2d.
IN SMALL BALES, best quality, just arrived per
clipper ship u Syren," for sale by
CIIAS. BREWER, 2d.
rfUIREE 5 1-4 CUTTING F A LLS.jnst arrived
M. per cupper snip - cyren." lor sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
fOR SALE LOW, TO CLOSE CONSIGN-
m.- menu i.u-tii l. (J. WATERMAN s Co.
4NE SUPERIOR X. V. SPRING DRAY,
with Harness complete, for sale by
CIIAS. BREWER, 2d
OREGON SMOKED BACON
TOOR SALE BY
Inn REDWOOD SHINGLES. EX
VF 1F Frances Palmer, for sale by
GEORGE G. HOWE.
rmrn vivrn a
t O BARR.H.C"PEB VINEGAR, PER
a. -r um - i a.x ivx.ju." lor sale rv
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
TONS BEST ENGLISH COALS
AM3J For sale bv
II. HACKFELD & CO.
T EST ENGLISH SHEET IRON, OF ALL
sizes and dimensions, for sale by
MELCHERS k CO.
NAVY, PILOT AND MEDIUM BREAD,
in casks and bbhv. fur tale bv
133 u I. C. WATERMAN k CO.
BUNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON,
, Kegs Rivets, just received ner dinner shin n
For sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER -to.
OfO BAI!REM PRIME PORK, just arrived
mm cj rcii,
For sale bv
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
JUST RECEIVED PER smitv.n r
ASES ENAMELED CLOTH,
uw una nusses ieatner,
Children's Carriages, various patterns, for sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2o.
A ND ECONOMIZE YOUR ICE. BY PUR-
" . . " w Hjn rf A1IU L UUL.KRK. iiut
received per " Adelaida," frora iian FranciK, for ! by
, v. a. unABVH co.-
Sm 1111 -H? ?lN9 P4NT. -CST RE.
' ceived per u Yank" trr u
V. 1 JtlViiARDS St CO.
- JCST RGCRI W.n f :
- 14-tf . For sale by. SAM. 8AVIDGR.
PIE FRUITS. -
13Uf " ; ' .
C I BTCTIARM Of.
Just received per Lirk " Sachca,"
- tn? f i : TinsTO N -U.S.
2 p aTTlIPED GRASS CLOTH, CA.t'ZS
ASES HI 111 - ' " A-V white ieekd Ottil(-mt
Whito loc. - -- , jMlnr titm
Bales Uniou bro. drill,
f.u rail Jersev ties.
Oxford pegged ties,
roan slippers, (sewed,)
women's eoTd morocco,
men's opera slippers, .
calf sewed brogans,
4 . " boots,
elf sewed and pg brogans
calf sewed ailor' pmmpa,
Bales Temple - -
Bales Manadnock bto. anoet-
Bales Uvtastcbleshod -!
,.,inga, t v ; ;
Cases Otis denims, ,
Bales Thomdike Tfks,
Cases Wvlngstou We, drill,
Cases Ilooeyooaib Quilts,
Cases I. Brown sheetings,
Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Cases 14b Uns green peas,
Half bbls snlit peaa.
(Cases refined iara,
Denim overalls ana ip,
bis extra mess beef,
xs, hf asMLqr do, layer raUlM,
Kack merino sacks.
Reefer' " "
Striped shirts, ,
Blue and red flannel shirts, ,
Cases box salt,
8hookS fine bag do, .
Bbls HaxaU Hour, .
Cases eheese, : ,
Black beaver cloth ttagians.
KiaCK weaver cmui i-r
Pilot reef jackets, bine mTblk.W pepper.
Best bread, in whaler's casks.
P4Wt monkev "
Rob Roy jackets,
Mixed cassimere pan's,
Black " r 44 -Satinet
Cottonade and Jean pants.
Bawla mm Ssse. .
si - A nA 1 f Kmi.. n.
Cases saddles, complete, ;
'Bxs family and salt water soap,
Half bbls hide poison,
teases spui iui jicuum. ,
iCoils of Manila cordage,
vases men t i -
imiBHwa a. I.-?, v, uumu.uq
enameled " Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
u 4 .44. imlt'ngoat! Lock's tobacco,
kip brogans, jRolU rigging and pump leather,
m a J waxed do, Kegs pure ami extra white lead,
44 Oxford ties, .Cases boiled linseed oil,
u M patent leather, : !Cofls Russia bolt rope, -.
u 44 . 44 . cl tops Cases charcoal irons,
44 a roat pump brogans. Cases prison padlocks,
u " im. Oxford ties, ! Coils spunyarn,
Case Congress boots, IKegs powder,
44 sewed lasting brogans, Cases sposting do. ,
Wises, Sairita, 4fcc .
Cases Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky ,
Quarter casks and octaves of Henneasy'a, Martell and
Rivierre Brandy, cases Catawba do;
Quarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander A CosRochelU
Brandy, casks Byass' Porter j
Cases Braady Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
j43tf . J. C. SPALDING
J. C. SPAliMHTG
Offers for Sale, just reccked
PER BARK SACHEJI," FROM BOSTON.
BALES BRO. DRILLS, 100 doa denim frocks and panto,
12 bales bro. sheetings,
7 cases cheese.
1 bale bleached do,
10 cases denims,
3 cases ticks,
eases bleached jeans,
1 case honey-comb quilts, .
1 case striped grass cloth,
1 case white duck,
1 case bL and white quilting.
25 cases refined lard,
100 half bbls crushed sugar,
200 saddles, complete,
25 kits No. 1 mackerel,
200 boxes S. W. soap,
10 half bbls hide poison,
20 cases alcohol,
20 cases spirits turpentine, '
43 coils Manila cordage, '
50 bbls extra mess beef,
30 half bbls prime butter,
450 bxs, hlf and qr do raisins,
6 cases box salt,
3 shooks grnd salt, 20fik bags,
117 kegs nails,
25 cases tobacco,
100 bbls Haxall flour,
4 bales pump and rig'g leather,
230 kegs white lead,
20 bbls rice,
131 cases boiled oil,
2 bales cloves,
4 bags pepper,
-10 coils Russia bolt rope,
13 casks pilot bread,
200 boxes family soap,
13 coils spunyarn,
. 8 eases men's clothing,
5 cases charcoal Irons,
. 55 cases boots and shoes,
25 cases green peas.
, Wiae aaa Spirita.
11 qr and 28 eighth casks be
- 2 qr pipes Hennessey's do,
3 qr do Martell's do,
0 qr and 8 casks Rivierre do,
140 boxes Catawba brandy,
50 half bbls best whiskey,
100 kegs " - do do,
105 doc qts R. Byass' porter,
10 doe London cordial gin,
15 cases brandy peaches.
Honolulu. March 21, 1859.
AND OT1TER LATE ARRIVALS,
COR. MERCHANT AXD FORT STREETS,
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods !
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
Which will be replenished by ev;ry arrival from San Francisco,
as the wants of the trade require.
THESE GOODS ARE ALL SELECTED
by one of the firm, now iu San Francisco, with a perfect
knowledge of the wants of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, and having been purchased at LOW FIGURES, will be
sold at MUCH LOWER RATES than have ruled In this market
in past years. Citizens and Strangers are respectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. . A. S. & M. S. GRINBAUM.
Honolulu, March IT, 1859. 142-tf
Wool. GoatSkins, Hides,
1 allow, Composition,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (61-tf) J. C. SPALDING.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 110-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
Old Copper, v
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
ket rates, by 1-9-tt . CIIAS. BREWER, 2d.
For Sale by B. F. Snow,
EX "MODEBX TIMES'
90 barrels tar,
20 barrels pitch,
20 barrels rosin. 139-1 f
CAROLINA RICE. FRESH HONEY,
English assorted sauces,
8weet spiced pickled peaches,
Fresh prunes, in glass.
Brandy cherries. For sale by
132-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
ALIFORNIA YEAST POWDERS Per .Tan
kee, for sale by
132-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
RAPE SEED OIL.
BEST REFINED LAMP OIL, BURNING
without any smoke or smell whatsoever. For sale in
quantities to suit, by 136-tf MELCHERS A CO.
I7IORCE PUMPS, assorted sixes, latest Dattems. with
A hose and fixtures complete. Just arrived
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
"I sTI ASES OM MUSCAT WINE
Per Yankee, for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
' ' CAKES.
ftfl TINS JENNY LAND CAKES,
JJ 25 tins Ginger Snaps, '
o Per I"ortu" nd for sale by
' I:i2-" C. L. RICnARDS ft CO.
a . " 1 " icr eupper snip
E2r For sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
RUSSIA CORDAP SPUNYARN
T!n' Se7'n 8tuff. 18 Hooks and ThImMes,
DouWe and singleblocks, White Lead. Chroma Green,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
English boiled Unseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
2if For sale by
H. HACKFELD fe CO.
OAK BOATS. te.
mTESTS OF OAK BOATS just received per Syrefc,
131 tf For sale by
1J1 " -: CIIAS. BREWER, to
.300 PX.ES25 LBS. EACH, ENGLISH
V.M " ite P. Pr " Yankee" for sale by a'0'1
115-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO
Whltewoou Boards, For sale by
11'tf CHA8. BREWER, 2d
IRON, 4Ve. . .
B VJ&jaSPb"1?111 aONfor .ale, Just irrivU
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
- OIL CLOTH.
S1 JusPrt 8UP 1Jj CLOTH. Ms-ortad widths,
Ja received per clipper ship Syren, for sale by
. CHAS. BREWER, 2D
COZZENS' PALE SHERRY.
COZ5?SJ PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
imported for sale by
Uiu . C. L. RICHARDS A CO. ?
EX BARK GLIMPS2.
CASES SUPERIOR CLAnTTT For sals y
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
HOLLA ; AC3T7 cniuA r -i-r.
Just recaved per" l-ZZO." lorf -
W W Vk mim n irvr.
THE PEOPRIETOR OP Tim po, !
V v HA VINO LN USE AJJ I
Adams' Imperial VoxtJ
' RUGGLES' CARD pt,. '
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE A.
NEW AND ELEQ ANT TYPE
SP 1 ittB TSuZ fttei
Tke Best Assortment of Plaij,
Card orer imported
IS NOW PREPARED TO fr.
IN EVERY VARIETY OP TAST jj.
: WITH NEATNES3 AND
- mr a, -tk-V va sT W AO A
' BILL HEADS.
Will be executed promptly, in a superior
(CT Orders, by man or otherwise, will nckn t
fXT Address Henry M. Whitney, Donolu!, 0
BY JAMES J. aARTES,rl
irv nPD cm vrn i .
j Z - t us, uom oaHun, uie mt
by Mr. J aires, formerly of Honolulu :
a, the thUovim fc J
lonolula : i
E OF Hawau-.
one of thtunrttJ
KIANA, a Tale i
This worit iounaea on ooeof mttuva&;
uawauans, au uiuu.m uivir aiicmn CUQjbJ
is dedicatea Dy inc a amor io ins aijetj uasj
ART HINTS, ox Architecture, Sctji
44 4 murii ia . t loot TkmHlirvH A vnlw.. 1
cate her in art, guide her infant steps, am to j
falls that surround the pilgrim of art." Lnln 2
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH j
PLES By J. J. Jarves.lstanui
- $2 50.
- Without question, one of the raciest boon rj
Parisian life and manners." Boston Port. I
ITALIAN. SIGHTS AND PAPAL
PLES with numerous illugtratioo
J. Jarves $1 50. j
44 xhe sketches of which this volume it cmpisx.(
spirited but informing. Tbey furniih aui infract.,
grandeur and the glory and the degradation iA4e
era Italy." Home Journal. )
87-tf tot sale by H. IT
nrUIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERSf
JL per late arrivals from Boston, the lotirmat
' sortment of Stationery, Blank Bocks, and Dett h
S, 4, 6 and 0 quire Journals, Ttriaa bstj
3. 4. 6 and 6 quire Ledgers, fci
S, 4, 6 and o quire Record Booklf
S, 4, 5 and 8 quire Day Boolii;
8, 4, 6 and fl quire Log Books;
Assorted cargo books; Assorted tuck mem. booU
do tuck diaries and almanacs, fur l$iS;
do - writing books, with and without copis:
' do cap ledger indices; assorted lrtterboou.
200 reams letter, cap and note paper;
10 do bill and account current paper,
100,000 buff and white . .velopes, of all siser,
2.000 narchment and doth envelopes, of Alias
A great variety of blank notes, drafts and bilk id.
Bowditch's Navigator Expeditious uaicoistor;
Nautical Almanac for I860: 100 crust tted pea.
Outta percha pens a new article; eop5"iurrowl
Assorted red Upe; red, fancy and bUckKstiafvu
Boxes assorted gummed seals; patent iok eiunr
Patent pencil sharpeners; patent traveling tail nd
Flat, round and octagon rulers; tin rasa mp;
Lubin's, Faber's and Ropes' lead pencils; tuiiiri
25 rross red. blue and black Inks; assorted ok
Assorted portfolios, choice article; assorted hwrjjs
do pen holders, various patterns; pa nil I
paper weights; assorted imcstamu; am
mottled and plain linen twine,
slates, small toy and school;
banker t' wallets, for notes an bill;
A tew eross of real Albata pens; Udies'snull at'
Italian office desk hones; camel hair pmcils, etc)
89-tf H. M T
l.ninbpr. Khinsrles and Clati
At MTm sTm dTm mTm dTm FEET X. W.li
EbJ JWJJ consisting of rooji
Boards, and Scantling of all sises.
100.000 Shingles, sawed, shaved cedar and Eion
Pine Clapboards, 4, 0 and 12 feet long,
Spruce ds 4 and 6 feet long,
Bed wood Clapboards, ft, 12, 14 and 18 feet Im
White oak, 1, 1 and 2 inches,
Sheathing. 1. i and I Inch.
Floorine Northwest, soruoe. vellow nine, whia f
138-tf For sale at lowest rates by Cl!
And all kinds of building Materials wanted in
Envelopes ex Sachf.
AVERY CHOICE AXDEITIP
sortment, manufactured to order and fffi
market, including : I
40,0U0 buff, canarr, white and laid sdlmirtl
15,000 " and white official aduesiveastriW
2,000 assorted fancy wedding and note I
3,000 sixes, cloth lined envelopet,
Together with a great variety old stock on hist
sold low, to close out . 1 143-Sin n. "1
-srrrsi. ivrs,wn nrn ciVVT
o9 direct from the Manufacturer in Yocti
of Da vies ft Jones celebrated patented shookfe"
ply collar shirts . They are selected o thAt
any siae, and afford to sell them 20 per cent
prices. It wants bnt a trial to convince any bk
McCOLGAN A CAMPBEU-100-tf
1t opimrw iun oTUJVd:
IU OXAxHEil i iH U OA' j
flIIE Undersigned is prepared to lwitrs
X bie articles of small bulk, on deposit il"7f4
Office Building, (formerly occupied by the
as the Treasury.) These vaults are cooklw"
safer than any other to Honolulu. fJtrsnpn
and seamen or officers going to sea, sod "slc"fllB
valuable papers, or other articles, during their""
this deposit an accommodation to them.
are left for a term of twelve months, or W&vL
vested or not, at the option of the dejfitiir. v
deposit secured. A receipt will be gire
bles deposited. H--w
Honolulu. Oct. 185T. J
Warren's Water and Firrpr,
D. F.SXO W, J
AGEJTT FOR THE NEW .
INO COMPANY Has received so I
KooflBg Materialf ptT .
IT And is now prepared to supply those
DOORS.: WINDOW S
Af B. l
X MODERN TIMES, Ar.-
450 Doors, ail sises and kind.
200 Window saso, an twos,
100 pair Blinds, all lie, Ktl
12 Olass Doors and BUnds, tU r )
Pot al at the lowest market prices, w ,
8UGAI1, SYRUPS ANDJ;
OM THE NEW CROF.
EAST JKrJtJTI PLJy-"'
For sals bv fStLtn H.
COOPERS PCNCHIXG 3
COOPERS PUNCHING M1,.
Coopers' Truss Hoops, just T"T,ivt
v. vZ rnAS.V
ajsi-u - v .
mon Syrup, per Fortuna, tor rif
JDA4AV40iUA M. rmWf
US oeivedper "Syren," '?
r rcKCE rosTsJ ,
ja Cnubed Ru; , from U
For sale by
NA1IA . .M,
IZ1Z. assorted .tees,
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