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Dvlttov and Creditor.
JIwE-ist KAiti.E La the mortification of an lunor
aUj mind at tbe inability to jay a juf-t d:ht.
Jrrr ftill d the heart 'writhe, when it is
known th:it the creditor greatly neo'l thy money,
and ia even suffering for the want of it ; anl yet
there i a d'p:r d.'j'th of mental torture in the
cognizance of the fact that thi.- same suffering
creditor, with a g'-nerusity not unknown amonj
the hih-minde J, d;s not press his claim, under
the convicti'.n that all will Lo donu'that can b
done to liquidate the ohligatiuti.
Many a hard-working, frugal, self-denying
man has fr-nt more time, and had more trouMe,
iu collecting a d.ht, than were involved in earn
ing the original amount. There id T-erhaj.."! not
one reader in a hundred who has reached uian'i
twtate, who; he-art ha not L.f.re now mnlc
within hiia at the announcement that what was
due him could not he raid. That health has
leen ruim.il, and life loft, under the wearing
harassment of inability to My; and that other
lives have be-n eaoriGced, and other hearts broken,
lini!T the rmsihirijjr i(iTprJnf mcnt nf nnt rcf-iv-
ing exjx'cted duo, needd no array of facts and
dates and ersons to j rove at this time. Let the
reader turn again to the article on The Death
of Debt," in the last number ; and further back
etill, ahout the incidents of the " Laced Veil,"
and with the fallowing moct suggestive narrative,
by that familiar and loved and honored name,
Mrs. Caroline A. Sule in the Ladies' Repository :
in the light of thee, it is urged, in all the sin
cerity and carnectneM of our nature, as a means
of adding largely to our own happiness, and
that of neighbor and friends with whom we
have had business associations, to make a legin
ning this very hour, and ray every debt possible
with what money there may be on hand ; and
the moment other Bums come in, go and pay
thorn out, without waiting for the creditor to
wiuiout waning jor uie creuuor 10
thus noblv and heroically continue to i
cry debt i's wiped out, and thus once j
r -i i t i ,t
frN irili-fHl tf pntfr the inii.r:il,L 1
do, until every
more be free indeed," to enter the miserable
thraldom no more again forever ! And m assur
ed that it will end; in a peace of mind which is
perfectly luscious to think of; which will impart
largely of health-giving influences to the whole
organization, lengthening our existence, and pre
paring us for a happy and peaceful end. llal's
Journal of Health1.
" How I wish father was here now," and Mrs.
Smith looked complacently at the jan of cream
biscuits she had just drawn from the oven. 4 I've
had such good luck with these, and he's so fond
of them, too. Run, Jimmie; run down to the
gate, child, and see if he isn't coming. I do
hate, of all things, to have cream-biscuit wait,
and these are so nice ;" and she turned tliem
from the dripping-run on to a side-table, and
broke them up.
They did indeed look tempting, so light and
white, with such a delicate shade of amber-brown
on their crusts. When the last one was piled on
the plate, a most appetizing odor diG'used itself
over the old farm-sitchen an ordor that would
have made a dyspeptic eigh as he broke in halves
his hard brown crackers. Covering them with a
towel, fresh from the drawer, she set them on the
tea-table, and then resting a hand on each hip,
eurveyed it carefully, to see if all was there.
It was a genuine old-fashioned Yankee tea
table, such a one &s makes our mouth water only
to remember, with a homespun linen cloth, snowy
as drifted flakes, and yet in its Sunday creases;
with a quaint mulberry-colored tea-set ; tiny
silver spoons, that had grown thin - with the
handling of three generations, and horn-handled
knives and forks, scoured to a mirror-brightness.
Cream from the morning milk floated in the lictle
pitcher ; pure maple-sugar filled the bowl ; a pot
of butter golden as the wheat-sheaf that was
stamped upon it, was flanked on the one side by
a Kill of new Dutch-cheese, and on the other by
a plate of pickles, green and crisp as though
fresh from thevim-s; a quart-bowl, just tteside
the biscuits, held circular slices of Insets, tinging
the vinegar with the crimson-purple of claret
wine ; opposite was another, with cider apple
" ?auce, each great Mellow quarter, mellow to the
heart, yet perfect in shape, while the four corners
of the table bore proudly the pies and rakes ;
pumpkin-pie, ruddy as the old brick-oven in
w hich it had been Saked ; apple-pie, with upper
cruet that dropped into flakes a you cut it;
cookies, with caraway-seeds in them for flavor
ing ; and doughnuts," brown as a berry on the
outbid , anil creamy-white in their centers.
Yes, I believe I've got all ; now, if he would
only come!" and she turned to the fire-place,
arid lifted the tea-kettle from the hook, and set
it on a warm corner of the ample hearth.
"He's coming, mother ; he's 'most here;"
and nearly out ot breath, Jimmy bounded into
the kitchen, "and I guess he's got the money
too, for he looks ever so glad. Won't you be
glad, too, mother?''
Yes, indeed, child, the dear knows I will ;
but run, now, and wash your face and hands,
and call Susan to set the chairs up. 111 make
the tea in a hurry. "
Supper all rezdy ! Well, I'm glad of it ;
for I tell you what, mother, I'm hungry as a
bear;" and the brejad-chested, sturdy, sunburnt,
yet genial-looking farmer, drew off his over-coat,
and pulled off his cap, and handed them to his
wife, and then run his fingers back and forth
through the blaze that went up the chimney,
rubbing them briskly the while.
Ir rhilly riding, and I shouldn't wonder if
we had a frost to-night. 1p1 thechiiaren gainer
in all the pumpkins to-day?".
Frettv much, father. All that's fit to cook
Some great bouncers, too,'
znie ;" it was all Sue and 1
' interrupted Jim
could do to roll
" You'd better throw some old blankets over
them to-night, mother. I don't want 'em brought
in, as long as I can help it, for every day's sun
ning helps sweeten 'cm. My old mother used to
say it saved half the molasses to let 'em sun a
"And so it does, father, but come, sit down
" Don't look much like hard times here,
mother;" and Mr. Smith set down the cup of
fragrant tea his wife had handed him. broke
open the biscuit he had heljed himMf to, and
ppread the halves with a generous allowance of
butter. ' Not much like hard times ;" and he
deposited a brimming spoonful of apple-sauce on
his plate, and dipped his fork into the bowl of
beets. We've thought we knew something
about 'em ; but I tell you, mother, we've gut to
fare slimmer than this before we feel 'cm to
speak of. If you just could only have set down
to the table I did to-day noon, I "reckon well, I
reckon you'd a-choked up, mother. You see, I
met cousin Sam Jones in the street, just as I was
going down to the tavern to get a dinner, and
nothing would do, but I must go home with him.
I didn't want to a bit, for I knew they mu?t be
short about these times; but he wouldn't take no ;
for an answer, and so I went. 1 was sorry
enough, though, when I saw Sary Ann, for she
looked so flustrated; but she shook hands with
lue as warm as ever, and said she was glad to see
me, though if she'd known I was coming, she'd
a tried and tossed up something a little better.
Well, we het down to the table; but dear me,
mother, I could have cat every mouthful of it
myself, and then had room for a decent dinner."
" What did thev have, father?"
" Have, mother ; why, they had a piece of
steak, jui-t about as big as my hand. I don't
believe there w;n ovt a joun 1 and a half of it,
and a?out a doz-.-n little crazy potatoes, not one
of them a bit larger than my thumb, a elk-e of
butter about as thiek ai one of tln.se ookies, and
j just about as big round, and a small loaf ef
I Laker's bread, that had about as much substance
to it as a s aj-biibblc, and a pitcher of water."
j " No pie or pudding, father ?"
; 44 Not the Crst mouthful, mother. I tell you,
i I didn't cat much ; told Y-m I wasn't very hun
: grv, for I'd been lunching on doughnuts all along
! the road. () dear!' savs little Moll, 4 I wish
we could have d jughnuts. e haven't, had any
f t ever so long. Why don't jou nuQe Some,
u.a?' Sally Ann, .-he clor d up, and says,
kindly, softly : 4 Hush, Molly ; you know the
times'aro too hard for father to buy lard to bile
'em in. Well, that kinder started "em; and
sieh a htory as th.-y had to tell, mother! Dear
me, but it made my heartache only "to hear it.
His wages have been cut down half, and he can't
always get that when it is due, and sometimes
thev don't for days have anything to eat but
ha-ty-pu Iding and in j! .i..-;es, and sometimes they
even have to go without the molasses. Sally
Ann Raid she hadn't had a bit of tea or sugar for
two months, nor an egg, nor a pie or a cake. I'll
tell vou what I did : I ju?t went riirht down to
the wa?on, and got that basket of doughnuts I
i hadn't eat 'em half up and carried 'em to the
children. Mercy, but how they dii pounce on
'tin ! I ooulJn't tliink of tkity tliiitif but a ii.lll-
starved cat coming aero.-s a stray mouse, they
grabbed 'em so. And such a shout as they gave
when they saw the slice ot cheese! hairy Ann
said it was more than a year since she had tasted
44 Dear, but how funny not to have cheese in
the house all the time. Why, I reckon we've
trot forty now, up in the cheese-room."
44 Twenty, Jimmie, twenty ; don't vou stretch
things so. 1 do wi?h I'd known it, father, before
you started. I d sent her one, and a roll of but
ter, and a load of vegetables. You inhrht have
curried 'em just as well as not, if we'd only
thought of it ; but I never supposed folks decent
kind of folks, I mean, such us thev are ever
had to do without such things.'
44 Nor 1 cither, mother, and it set me to think
ing, as I was coming home'; and 1 believe you
and I have often done rich people wrong, when
we've called 'em stingy because they didn't
divide with the poor around 'em. 1 don't believe
eivue witn ttie poor arounu em. I dorr t belt
it's stinginess a quarter of the time. It'sbeca
t1?3 ilty think- , They've so much of ev
thing themselves, they don t realize how otli
. . ' J . . ...
do live. Sally Ann and Sam mhrht have thought
we were stingy to-day, because I didn't bring
'em in a load of one thing and another from our
farm ; 1 say they might, if they didn't know just
what we really are. Jlut you and I know that
wasn't the reason. Jlut never mind ; I shall go
down again in two or three weeks, and I reckon
I'll make the-springs bend some with the load
I 11 carry 'em then. I'll put in a good lot of
potatoes and turnips, and sieh small trash, and
half a dozen good-sized pumpkins', and four or
live bushels of apples, and
44 And I'll send him some of my nuts," cried
J mimic, 44 a great hag ot nuts, all mixed up,
walnuts and butternuts aud chestnuts. I reckon
they'll make little Moll open her eves."
44 And I'll send cousin Sally two of my chick
ens ;" and little Sue's eyes sparkled, and dimples
uanceu an over Her sunny lace.
44 And I'll put in a roll of butter and a cheese
and a ten-quart pail of apple-sauce, and I'll bake
one ot my biggest loaves of bread for her ; I
reckon home-made bread, wet up with new milk,
will be quite a treat to them.
44 And mother, put in some doughnuts and
cookies," cried Jimmie.
44 And () motlier ! make her a nice loaf-cake,
with raisins in it and sugar on the top white
sugar, l mean.
44 Yes, yes, Susan, and I'll send her a collide
of gallons of new milk, and a quart or so of sour
cream, to mix up a few biscuits. I don't sup
pose she s had a cream-biscuit these two years.
Dear me ; but I don't know how city folks do
live so Irom hand to mouth, i reckon bally Ann
is sorry enough now she ever persuaded Sam to
go there to live. To be sure, he wasn't making
much at his trade here, but then their rent was
only a trifle ; and their garden kept them in
vegetables the year round, anil they bad a cow
aud could make their own butter, and onee in a
while change milk with a neighbor, and make a
cheese or two, and they could fatten a couple of
pigs every vear, and keep hens and have fresh
eggs, and raise all the fruit thev needed but win
ter apples. Their currant-bushes were doing so
when they left, while their cherry-trees almost
broke down, and their plums and peaches would
have borne in a year or two, a plenty. And
now, they don't have anything but what they
buy. It s too bad. 1 vsuuldn t stand it.
44 -Nur 1 cither, mother. Uns putting ones
hand in his pocket, every time he wants a bite,
an't just the thing, according to my notions.
Sam tried hard to have ine go when he did. Ihit
I gave him a right flat no. Says I, Sam, may le
I won't make as much money as you, but I'll
live a deal sight better. lVor fellow, I wonder
how he'd feel to haw-en in jist now, and set his
eyes on this table. And vet we don't think this
is anv thing extra ; at least nothing but the bis
cuits." And swallowing the last bit of the fifth
one, he reached out his plate for a piece of the
Mrs. Smith thought it a favorable opportunity
to ask the question that had been on her lips ever
since he came in.
44 Did you get your money, father, to-day?"
44 I reckon I did, mother," and he clapped his
right hand on his breast-pocket. 44 1 reckon I've
got a hundred dollars hid here ; bran new bills,
too, every one of em. No, not quite a hundred ;
for after I got 'era, I went and bought a pound
of tea and a dollar's worth of sugar, and gave
'em to Sally Ann, for I couldn't bear that any of
my connections, and a woman, too, 6houId be
drinking cold water all the time. Don t they
look good " and opening the old leather pocket-
book, he took them out and counted them over.
tpns is fifty : nine fives is forty-five, and
this three is inneiv-eigni ; ju.-i it. -
44 I'm so clad vou got it, father. I've worried
all day for fear they'd disappoint you, and good
ness knows what would have leeome of us this
winter, if they had.
44 And I'm glad, too," shouted Jimmie, 44 for
now I shall have new boots and a new can, a
store cap, such as other boys wear, and a new
overcoat out of father's old one. and a new jacket
and pants. Hurrah, boys, an t I glad: and ho
shoved his chair back hastily, and picking up the
old cap which his mother had fabricated the
winter before, out of bits from her bundle-bag,
44 And I'll have a new dress, won't I, mother ?'
said little Susan verv earnestly ; 44 a new delaine
dress a red one, with little black dots over it.
U dear, won t it In tunny, to have a dress right
out of the store. I've had to have mother's old
ones cut over for me, till I'm tired. And l'Jl
have your cloak now, w on't I, and new shoes and
-' - f - v ..'w. , .... v. . i v. ill' 1 1 t L -
44 And what'll this little' fellow have?" said
the mother, cheerily, as she took up the crowin
baby ut ot the cradle. 44 He 11 have a new
dress, t.m, won't he, father?" and she held the
little soft face close to the farmer's lips.
44 May be, may be," be said, as he tossed the
little one to the ceiling half a dozen times.
44 There, take him, now, mother, for 1 must un
hitch the horses and get them into the stable.
Jlmni'S are tired and hungry by this time," and
and he hurried away.
(To he c nclu k--1 nr xt . )
Constantly on Hand.
RECKIVKI) FKOM M il l AM) KAIMI,
on the promises cf tfce uo-lersii-'ned, "! for gale l.y
4U-Cuj vo.f HOLT & 11KLCK.
Circular Trout lr. Seward lo iiurrlrnn
The following circular, by Mr. SewarJ, addressed
to all the diplomatic nd consular ageuts of the
United States, is published in the Paria papcri. It
will be noticed that the circular is dated ca the tame
day as the fcuiancipatu-u proclamation :
Dtr-AUTMINT of Statk,
Washington, Sept. 2i. 5
Gentlemen : You will receive by the mail -which
will carry you this dispatch evidence which will Con
vince you that the aggressive movement of the rebels
against the states remaining faithful to the L'nion is
arrested, and thsU the forces of the Union, ttrei.g'-h-enel
aud reanimated, are again ready to undertake
a campaign on a vast scale. If you consult the
newspapers you will easily perceive that the fiu.iucial
resources of the insurrection decline rapidly, and
that the means of raising troops have been exha-istcd.
On the other side you will see that the financial
situation of the couutry is pood, and that the call
for fresh troops, without which the n:aterial force of
the nation would be seriously crippIeJ, is Leing
promptly responded to.
I have already informed our representatives r.broad
of the approach of a change in the social organiza
tion of the n-hel states. This change continues to
make itself each day more and more appareu'. In
the orjiiii iii of the President, the moment ha come
to place the great fact more clearly before the rtoplc
of the rebel tate, r.ud to make them undets-uid
that if these states - persist in imposing upo the
country the choice between the dissolutku f this
government, at once Decessaryand beneficial, aad the
abolition of slavery, it is the Union and not s'avery
that must be maintained aud save 1. With tb s ob
ject the President is about to publish a proclamation,
io which be announces that slavery will no longer
be recognized in any of the states which shall he in
rebellion on the first of January next. While &11 the
good and wise men of all countries will recognise this
luersure as a just and proper military net, in en led
to deliver the country from a terrible civil war, they
will recognize at the same time the moderatii a and
magnanimity with which the government proceeds in
matter so solemn and important. I am, gentle
men, your obedient servant,
William II. StwRi.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
SUPERIOR .MALAGA RAISINS!
Shelled Almonds !
FRESH BAKED PEANUTS ON HAND
Fi r sale by
At tlii Confectionery Store, Nuuanu ?t.,one door below King.
A superior assortment of
iron i it
Some of the best brands of
HAVANA and MANILA
For Sale by
At the Confectionery Store, Xuuanu St., one door bvlow Kiiitf.
n H n
) THE LADIES.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
JUST RECEIVED !
CASTLE & COOKE!
.... CONSISTING IN PART OF ....
T AIMES HATS iriuuiictl iiikI mil rimmed,
Fany lace tnmniiiiL-s
Fancy velvet trimmings
Crochet cot tor
Fancy leltinjr Crochet needles
Uimity bands Fancy Cashmere trimmings
Kuclies black and white Fancy l.utt. n
Pearl Duttons Calico Iu'.Uuh
Hooks and eyes on tape Udi buckles
Fancy calico trimmings Yarn
Plaid and fincy wool dress goods
Orpandy and French Jaconet muslins
Wool -laid for children's wear
Plain anl dotted white muslins
Stella and plaid wool square shawls
Gent's heavy traveling shawls
A fine ajwrtnitnt f
LiijCrlit ;inl darkCalicoes.
A small but select invoice of
LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES.
. . . . .V TjS o . . ,
WHEELER & WILSON'S
At a LESS PRICE than can be imported for.
ST RKCK1VEI) AM) FOIt
75 IJbls. Hawaiian Beef,
Warranted, Packed and Cured iu Turk's Island Salt.
3C-ni CIIA5. ititi-WKR
TIIK SOI TIIERX STATES. Idl.Oll.
ei. can be hal at the Rookstore of the underM-rned.
l'rice SI OO. The war news cannot be nt-rued intelligi
bly without a tood Map at band t refer to. aud thii is one of
the most correct. For f ale r-v
II. 31. WIHTNF.V.
if vni ? fin i mi mnro ?
iijjjjimiiLiu i i n i a
NEW GOODS !
G. BREWER & GO.
OFFKTl FOU SALE!
OF THE AMERICAN SHIP
III" II D ITT, MASTER,
CONSISTING IN PART AS FOLLOWS :
AM'.S 151' It I. A IS.
lljtl-4 Ainok'arf 1'ilnni",
J tales Manchester 1'euims,
Rales Rrown lrillin?.
Rales ltr.iwn Shirtinir,
Rales Shirting Strile,
Caies Rlue Cottons.
Rales of Raps,
Cotton luck, assorted sires,
800 Rdles. IImp Iron, assorted si.es.
Assortment of bar aud round Flat Iron.
Iron wire, galvanised,
Cut Nails, assorted.
Clinch Nails, assorted.
Yellow Metal Sheathing and Nails,
A rch RrieK,
1II..F. ItKI.S. Ku.lrrn Cru.hnl, Ex
For sale by
C. RREWF.R & Co.
Cement ! Kaolin ! Pipe Clay !
JX R A BL'CA fa r itle by
3:j9-3iu C. RRF.WF.R & Co.
rMIE UXDKRSIGXKI would call
JL attentio.-i to their suj1y by the
25,000 14-gal. Shocks with heaJs complete,
2,500 32-gal. " "
Of Kastern Tine, superior to any other quality ever offered in
this market. For bale at low rates.
3a9-3m C. RRKWKR & Co.
-4 Rocking Chairs, cane seat.
Rucking Chairs, hair cloth,
For sale by
C. BREWER .t CO.
TO A 11 11 1 V E I' Ell RADl'fiA" A FEW
more of t.'iose favorites, inexpensive, reliable and iudiMx-n-tilde,
double thread "SEWING MACHINES"
Fir sale by (333 3m C. BREWER if CO.
1 c r " II A I II A"
SIinilTLV EXPECTED FItOM 1IOSTOX
direct, a good assortment SOLAR AMI'S selected ex
pressly for this market,
PiLtfoi ui Scales,
Palm Leaf Hats,
A I .
1 case superior V'OF.S' A.MJ FANCY ARTICLES
For sale, by (333-3) C. BREWER A: CO.
Slioolvs ! fcSJiooli: !
n UlREL SIKIOKS AXD K EC. SIIOOKS.
B At low rates if delivered from the wharf, to arrive ier
"RADl'GA." For sale by
333-3iii C. BREWER fc CO
liEFUEII EMLISII IROWA II10. !
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
SHEET IRON. HOOP IRON,
BEST CHARCOAL TIXPLATES.
At prices to defy competition. For sale at
MELCI1ERS & Co. 's.
A small lot of best
Roman and Portland Cement !
For sale reasonably at
M ELCII ERS if Co.'.
Bass & Co.'s Tale Ale,
J. C. Marzetti Sc Son's Tale Ale,
II. Deetjen's Pale Ale,
Superior Hock Wine,
" Bordeaux Wine,
41 Sherry in quarts and pints,
" Port Wine in quarts and pints,
" Cherry Cordial,
HOLLANDS GIN Key Brand.
In square bottles
ALCOHOL, 95 p. ct.,
In demijohns of 5 gals. each.
For sale at MELCHERS Jt Co .'a.
A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
UOrSE-PJlPER, BORDERS CORXERS
In new fashionable style, juM ojened and f.r sale at
CCT icu MELCHERS k Co.'s.
What are you doing r you had
better unload, or you will
break vour back !
No, sir, I have been down to
CEO. C. SIDERS'
Stove and Tin Shop!
VVIIRKK TIIKV SKI. I. TIIK REST AXD
T cheapest STOVES in the city, aiut 1 am bounil to have
one, besides, he keeps everything in the Tinware line.
Japanned Cash Roxos,
l'resse.l Milk pan?,
Presseil Cake pans,
Ri itanuia tea and coffee pots. Sheet Zinc,
Sheet LeaI, Le;ul Ripe,
Russia Oalvanizcil, and English Sheet Iron,
Children's I'ath, Tin Toys of all kinds.
And all kinds of goods u.-u:illy kept in his line of business, all of
which he will sell EXTREMELY LOW FOR CASH or approved
credit. Tin Ware of every description made of the lcst materi
als, and Job Work executed iu the most workmanlike manner.
Particular attention paid to TlX A.IJ ZIXC ROOFING.
Among the stock of Cook Stoves, he would call particular at
tention to the CRYSTAL I'AI.ACE DIAMOND ROCK,
a being two of the best stoves now iu use, fitted up inasuicrior
manner, and warranted to give satisfaction. For a cheaper
article, he keeps the OCEAN PREMIUM STOFE, aud he
will add to his stock, as the trade may require.
All those in want of anything in this line would do well to
cail and examine his goods for themselves, before purchasing
elsewhere, as lie does not intend to lie " bkat," either iu rKlCK
or W OliKMASrHir. ,
S4i-3m (;ko. c.sideks.
II. A U t; H FIRE 1 It O O F S A F K.
Two small Fire proof Safes.
One Iron Mon'-v 1'hest.
For sale at (;i-3m) MELCIIERS & Co.'s.
Belgian 'Wrought. Iron !
VAILS AM) SIMKES, 2 1-2 INCH,
1 French nails, I :t inch.
Sheet r.iric, U'isTi inch.
Just Received per " 1 haines," and for sale at
aao-Jm MELC11ERS ir CO.'S.
T1I1SKV. in IO tfiillun krgN,
COL'.VAC, in 10 aud IS gallon kegs,
JAMAICA It I'M. iu 5 and 10 gallon keg,
1A IA-Z A l.hl Rass if Co.'s, in quarts,
J. C. Marzetti & Son's, in quarts,
II. Ieetjen's, in quarts,
A ICO IIOL. !0 per cent., in demijohns.
For sale at
MELCIIERS & CO'S.
WIIALIM.- C It A FT AXD GEAR.
Tarred and Mnila Cordage.
Hunting l'owder, in i and I lb. tins.
Linseed Oil, in Iemijohus.
For sale at (5-3iu) M ELCII ERS Co.'s.
fifcills of" lxcltstu&rc
OX SAX FRAXL1SCO,
For sale iu sums to suit purchasers.
B. F. SNOW !
OFFERS FOR SALE
LOWEST MARKET BATES.
TIIK FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
IVT 23 n. G XX 1ST XD X S X3 s
nEMI' AXD M A X 1 1 A CORDAGE,
Whale Line, Ratlin add Seizing Stuff,
Rone Yarn, Cutting in RIocks,
I'atent and Rushed RIocks, assorted.
Mincing Machines Try Work Oear,
Try Tots. - Cooler,
Uir Irons, Lancet.
'upper Rumps, Shiuves,
Rrand's Whaling (Juns and Lances,'
Ship and Roat Compasses,
Signal atid lloat Lanterns,
Ships head ami Tank I'umps,
Irge an. I small Force 1'uinps,
Topsails, T. O. S tils. Royals, Sj'ariker, taysail.
Two gangs Lower an 1 Topmast Rigging, nearly ncr,
Chain Cabled, Fluke and Fin Chains,
Head Straps, Il-xip Iron,
Coopers Rivets, Hammers and drivers,
Cooers' A: Carenters' Tools, One new Whale Roat,
Anvils. Cabin Table.
Hooks aui Thimliles, Can and Roat ILoks.
Jib Hanks, Composition Nails,
Rigging Screws, Roat Orapnels. 335-3n
F. S. PRATT & CO.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
OFFKIl FOIt SALE TIIK FOLL04VJXC
assortment of merchandise iu their line, imported for the
wants of the FALL SEASON, viz. :
8ih caiks I'inet, "a;tillon k Co. Rrndy,
Wr. " I. Riviere Rramly,
Rt.ls. ' Riviere" Whiskey,
Cases Holland's iin, in glass,
Raskets lb-Maud's Oin. in stone jfl:,
R:li caks Holland's in,
"0'J bl.:s 4 do., e ie., Jeffrey's Pale Ale, qtf. and pts.,
2i) doz. Maurice. l" .x & Co.'s porter, in pints,
Trueinau's ItTidoii ."Hout, iu quarts,
1W eases Champagne Cider,
.Vl baskets Jacqurson tils, and "O. C. S." Champugu ?,
30 cases, 1 fif.z. eaeb, Rrown Sherry,
He. cask Lrown Sherry,
teases C laret " St. Eitophe,"
I'unche'iti" Jamaica Rum,
Cases " J. Seiner's" Ritters,
" Rokers' Ritters.
" Catawba Wine Hitters,
' Fure I-n.on Syrap,
" assorted Svrups,
" Cherry Cordial.
" California While and Red Wince,
" l'ort Wine,
And a complete assortment of articles iu their line.
Are constantly rceivins additions, to their stock from the lest
articles in the San Francisco Market.
For Sale to Arrive!
An invoice of
Expected jer sliip
From London direct, in cases and casks.
Constantly on hand ; 50 bags. 0 lbs. each, of new crop
j i.it received.
TTi l'articular attention paid to the putting up of orders for
shipping, arid g.xls j.ut o:i board duty free.
Honolulu, Oct. 'Jil, lvJJ. 335-3m
Guiiiiy Ilas ! On tiny ling !
4 FEW BALES IU AlllllVE FEU It A
J. IL'A." For sale, by
SPIRITS k MALT HlllOHS
C. RREWER 4 CO.
CH A3. WdUOtr BKOOKS, W. V n A N It I AI'P, AMD t. HALL, J.
CIIAS. . KROOKS k CO.,
123 Siinsoiiie Street, San Francisco, !ul'
tJAUTItTLAK ATTENTION CIVEXTO
the I'urehase. Shipment and Sale of Merchandise i to for.
warding and Tramhipment of tiomU ; the Chartcrimc and
of Vemiels ; the Supplying of Whakbhipit ; and tlc Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in euds to suit.
AD VAN CHS MADE OX CONSIGNMENTS.
R. F. Ssow, Esq., Honolulu
C. RHKwsa Co., "
J S. Waikkr. "
II. 1U.SKH.11 & Co., '
Jas. IIrSKWKtL. R:ton.
Hknkv A. I'kikck,
Tu AVt'K, Rkiouam & FlSLP,
RliNJ. i'lTMAN, Hilo.
Scttos & Co.. New York'.
Swikt & Ali.ks. New Redford.
D. C. M'RCKR. J. C. MKRBIL
iit iui:it ,111:1:1:11,1
AGENTS OF TIIK
Regtdar Dispatch "Line of llomiulu Packets.
XT All freight arriving in transitu for the Sandwich Islands,
will be received and forwarJed by the "Regular Dispatch Line'4
FHKK OP COMMISSION.
Particular attention paid to forwarding and transhipinrnt ot
mercbantlise, ale of whalemen's bills, and other exchange, iu
umnoe of merchandise and iipceie under open policies, suppy
ng whaleships, charleriug shins, etc.
117 and 119 California street,
kk'Kk'R TO :
Captain R F. Ssow,
Messrs. C Rkk eh-C., J Honolulu;
a GKIFriTTS MOKCAK.
C. 8. HATH A WAT.
K. F. 8TONS.
HIORRAX, STOaXK .V CO.,
Ooinmission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Ca.
, Rtr KRtM'K.S
T. S. Hathaway Esq
Messrs. T. A: A. R. Nye,
" Swift & Ferry,
" CrinncII Minturn jt Co..........
John M. Forbes Esq.............
Messrs. IVrkins At Smith,
latiiel C. Waterman Esq....
J. J. SCIUTIKn ATI2 fc Co.
Importers iV. Commision Merchants.
BRICK FIREPROOF WA11LII0USF,
REFER RY FERMISSION. TO
Messrs. R. Pavipsox Jt Co., Rankers, San Francisco,
DA.Mtl. iilBB A: Co, )
C. A. Low .V Co., V
Cross ir Co., J
San Frt ncisco.
" E. Hvih-sciilaki.kr & Stapknhorst, Honolulu.
FIELD & RICE,
IMo. 6-1 PRARL ST It 12 12 T,
BARN I'M W. FIELD.
WILLIAM n. RICK.
Coi'dag'C Xsro toi'y !
TL'REI) to order. Constaiitly on hand, a large assort
ment of MANILA AND JIEMI' ROTE, (all sizes,) Rale
Roje, Tow Line, Uakum, A:c., for nale bv'
314-ly 139 Front Street, San Francisco.
A. F. BROWN,
" w ostenholm's " Pocket Cutlery.
its JOivrs i3ivi!S :
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT.
. FANCY GOODS !
Constantly on hand and iti recipt by every Racket.
308 IIATTKKV STREET, San Franri.r.
ENGE nil Tt ,
EDDIXG, VISITIXC; AXD UUSI.VES.S
Cards, Seals and other engraving cut to order.
XT Agent in Honolulu, Pr. SMITH, Dentist, where prices and
Specimen Cards may le seen. 319-Ciij
THE i;.M)ERSI(;EI havixg
lea-ed the Patent Slip and heaving down .VjL
wharves for a term nf five years from the (iov
ernuiet.t, is now prepared to execute every kind of slip work
ami general repairs of vessels at lower rates than iu auy other
port of the Pacific.
A large aud well Felecied assortment of Muntr. metal, spars,
canvass, cord ace and every other necessary for repairs on ship
ping, constantly on hand and for sale on moderate terms.
The I'atent Slip can take up a vessel of about t'H)ton unload- ;
ed, or one of from 00 to liM tons loaded. The cradle is about
110 feet long, taking easily a vessel of about 10 feet in length.
The, heaving down wharves are re?X-cti vely 'Mi and '.J07 feet
long, aud have been built so us to heave down two large ships
at a time. (Signed; EDGAR SIR I. No tit.
Tahiti, June oO, 1S02. Zi-Sm
BE IT KXOW.V ,1X1) MARK MANIFEST
to all whom it may concern, that after this date,
t jk. rs 1 .- 1 1 - i : x r ;
will be the only legal currency iu money transactions with the
(lovernment of this place
F. LA C0RTE,
Guam. April 19. 1SS. 32S-6m Covernor.
Doors! S:ih ! Klinds !
A SELECT CONSIGNMENT DIRECT
from a favoii:e manufactory, and consequently forsale
reasonably. (W-.'!m) C. RREWER. if CU
Sugar and Molasses! ;
From the Plantation of J. MAKL'E,
For sale by
C. BREWER & CO :
8X D.lla. Hoop Iron,
SO Sheet "
A full assortment of Bar Iron.
C. BREWER & Col
Spades ! Shovels! Crow liars! .
ILST KECEIVEI) AXD FOR SA I E 1IV .
C. BREWER Co.
1T BRLS. REST CIDER VINEGAR,
Jt For sale by
. Co9 Um C. RREWEH4 Co.
FBI TULE CDTLE If