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pcrnLisiiEi vEKK,r by
UK.MU M. WHITNEi.
HO NOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1SG5.
SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
I VOL. X. No. 18. WHOLE N.4IT.
Tb Mdt l tuag Lad.
Every oae calls her rmarkab!y good ;
All of her virtue are wed understood
SJpotWss her laces, sm'joih Id her hair;
She la Propriety, self, sitting then?
With her bland lUilVi and her satisfied air.
Cheerful ! What it it f fche amlies when you sinil-
Let you the weaiUome nat'taent beguile;
Take jour red roses and weave, into erowts.
Lists while tie voice of yoit flattery sound;
' Cheerful f Go, prove her with shadows and frowos.
Loved and Iovir.g ?'' Ehe haa a near ring.
Jeweled and costly, an exquisite thing;
Far .too imposing a liken to hide.
Pledge of h-r conquest, she wears it with pride;
Pleased to be chonea as Luxury's bride.
' Free from quick lasiU-ar Her heart-beats are slow;
How should the half-empty chalice o'erflow f
Fr are the feeling she has to restrain;
What does she know of the torturing pain
Of the racked heart and the agonized braiu ?
' Pattern for ethers r . What tempt her to stray t
Where could she find a wore sunshiny way I
Cb tngln h-r path were to d.r&tn her hours;
tinning mean tUuitle, ao J sair.tiLaesa Bowers;
Duty leads coward through iaeyards aad bowers.
Not that I judge her : Oh, bitter and stero
Lessoos. in fjture, her spirit may learn !
Nectar, by keeping, may change into gall;
Angela turn demous wUa tempted to Call;
Ooodoca untried is no goodness at a!L
Not the frankincense and g l.l from the mine.
Not the sweet fragrance tf Galilee's wine.
Not the rich oinlinei.t the penitent poured.
Nut the hosann's triumphant accord
Thorn wreath and cross proved the lore of the Lurd.
TLe power of eloqaeace ii a gre.it cne next, per
haps, to the power of eileuce.
Why are cits like uuakilfal surgeons i Because
thej mew-till late an J destroy patieu(ce)ta.
A whi-kj-drinker appreciates the truth that water
always seerud flat to hioi.
When does a noise in the kitchen reminJ joo of the
month cf ilij? Wheo it's the cook who sins
(cuckou siegs. )
While we live let as live ' seems to be thought
by a gwl many to mean let us gutole while we eat
an l guzzle while we drink.
A man in Hampshire haJ the misfortune recently
to luse bu wife. Over the grave be caused a btone
to be placed, on which, in the depth of his grief be
bad ordered to be inscribed : ' Tears cannot restore
her, therefore I weep."
An Irishman, being a little faJJIoJ, was asked
what his religious belief was. "Is it me belaft
e'd be asking about. It'a the same as the Widdy
Bru Jy. 1 owe her twelve shillings for whisky, and
the belaves I'll never pay her, aud faith, that's mj
Nothing can prevent an increase of bachelorism,
t ave an amendment in the code of educating women.
When they Icaro common aense, instead of broken
French ; when they learn some useful employment, in
tcad of beating the piauo; when they learn to prefer
honest industry to silly coxcombiy ; and wheu men
find woman is a helpmate, instead of a burthen ;
then, and not till then, may we expect to find fewer
SaTiNGS cr Jtten Billi.ngj It iz highly Important
that when a man makes up hie tuiu l to bekum a
rackul, he should examine hizself clusly, and see if
he aint better constructed for a phool.
It Is a very deltkate job tew forgive a man without
lowering him in his own estimation and yures tew.
I a in pcor, nud i ana glad that i aw ; for i nnd
that wetttb makes more people mean than it does
Women's iflxenco is powerful, e?peshila when
Le wants anything.
Lastly i am violently opposed to ardent spirits
as a bevrilge, but fur muuf ikturiug purposes i
think a teetie of it taste very good.
When the oil hardhead llirtfo'd began pitching
I.er ci iron card aboard Buchanan's big ram, iu
Mobile Bay, Lieutenant l. observed a quarter-gunner
ramming into one of the big Parrotts a pair of
flannel shirts on up cf the charge. Holloa ! my
man," he bailed, what are you bending away tbooe
shirts for?" Why, you see. sir, tbey belong to
Jack Devoc, as was my shipmate in this ere ship,
'fore the war. Jack's aboard that ere ram, and if I
don't send "em home he'll be comin aboard here in
about half an Lour, and swear I meant to keep
"em." Aye, aje, my la J; tend home the shirts."
Bang went the big Barrett, aud away went the blue
birt in board the ram, followed by $ne hundred
pouuis of iron.
FK0rkM0x xt Fractick Suie men talk like
aogel, and pray with fervor, aud meditate with
deep recesses, and tpeak to lied with loving atfee
tions. and words ot uni. n, aud adhere to Him in
S'.Ieut devotion, and wheu they g abroad are as
pasicnate as ever, peevish as a frightened tiy, vexing
themselves with their own rttlcction; tbey are, for all
tbtir targains, nnmcrciful to their tenants, and
prou J a a barbarian prince; they are, for all their
Cne wot da, iuipatient of reproof, acornful to their
neighbor, lasers of money, eupreme in their own
thoughts and fub.nit to none, ail their epiritual fancy
is an Uiu-ion; they are atiil under the power of those
p&sniors, and theiriu rules them imperiously, and
carries tbeua aw ty infallibly. Jirtmy Taylor.
Yocjto Sambo" Idea of Freedom. Rather an
amusing incident occurred in a neighboring county a
few d-ive since, during the marcn of a column of
United States troi i . The negroes corlec:ed on every
farm to witness the parage of the soldiers, and in
many instances greeted them with evident marks of
pleasure Sitting upon a gate pct, upon one of
these firms, was a sharp little darkey just entering
bis teeun, !, when be was told of bis freedom,
claprei bis hands and shouted tor j iy, l'ee free,
I'm Irve !" be exclaimed in an ecstasy to bis mamma,
I ain't t?wine to rock de cradle no more, 'case I'se
free." Running to a younger sifter, he imparted his
newly obtained intelligence, saying : You is free
don't pick up no more chips." And spying a cat
lazily stretching her limbs iu the sunshine, he leach
ed the climax by screaming out, "And you's free,
pussy, don't ketch no more rata." Whether the de
lighted fellow went rn addressing the fowls, the cat
tle, the hczs. we do not know, but the above is related
as an actual occurrence. Petersburg Express.
fK THE IIOU.SK OX FORT ST.. NEXT
..... adjoining the utKMAS CLVB. lately occupied ty
tJ Thoma Brown, fcsq. The premises are in good repair,
well calculated for a fami'y. App:y to
Or at Auction Uo ra cf II. W. SEVIIUaNCK.
OX HAND and SIIOKTLV EXPECTED
70,000 TO 7.,000
GOOD EED BRICKS
XV'HCII WILL BE SOLD LOW ON THE
T H'HAUF. ApcytJ
f JANIOS, GREEN & Co.
II. W. SEVERANCE.
AyD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Fire-proof Store, Robinson's Building,
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU.
Will continue business at the new stand. 477-ly
J. II. COLE,
(iccctasca to a. r. bvekbtt.)
At bis late rooms. Queen Street.
II. IIACKITLIJ Sl CO.
General CoincaUsioa Agents, Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I. 47S-Iy
U. F. SNOW,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. 479-ly
. vos bolt. tb. c. okccx
Von HOLT & IIEUCK.
Oeneral Commission Merchants. Honolulu. Oahu. 8. I. 473-ly
Dealer in Genera Merchandise, lido, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms.
Bills of exchange wanted. 473-ly
ALEX. J. CAKTWRICHT,
rctomission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu
Oahu. II. I 47S-ly
J ANION- CiREEN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fiiv-Proof Eul ldicgs. Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 1S59. 479-ly
FLO It CNS STAFENIIORST,
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board cf Underwriters. All
average claims against the said Underwriters, occurring in
or about this Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
c. a. LBwsaa. - i. o. dicksos.
LEWERS Ac DICKSON,
Dealers in Lumber and Building Materials, ojt St. Honolulu.
w. a. at-Diuca,
1. S. V1LUL
8. C. ALLEX.
ALDRICH, WALKER fie CO.,
Importers anil Commission Merchants Dealers In GeuTa'
Merchandise, ami Agents fr the Sale of Island produce,
Agents for the Lihue, Jletcalf, and Princeville Plantations.
C. FRED'K PFLUCER,
Dealer in Staple ai d Fancy Dry Goods, Men's Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, and Yankee Nr.tions. Store on Fort Street,
nearly opposite Messrs. vonIIolt.4r Heuck. 474-ly.
A. S. CLECHORN,
Dealer in General Merchandise, fire-proof store corner of Ka
ahumanu and Queen streets, opposite Makee's Block.
Also. Retail establishment on Nuuanu street, above King.
TIT IsUnd I'ruluce bought and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to. 4tl-ly
a7s. CRINBAUM fic CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Iealers in Fashionable C'lrthin,
llts. Caps, lloot and 9hoes. and every variety of Gentle
men's Superior Furnishing Goods. Store, formerly occu
pied by W. A. Aldrich, q., in Makee's Block. Queen
Street. Honolulu, Oahu. 437-ly
H. Y. LUDINCTON,
(rccT.ssoB to r. s. rasTT & to.)
Importer aod Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirit, and
Malt Liquors, Charlton Wharf, Honolulu. II. I. 473-ly
D. C. M CASDLKSS.
M'CANDLESS fic CO.,
Dealers in GaocKmr-t, Brrad and Ocxcrai. Mehchindisb.
N. K. corner of Fort and King Streets. Honolulu, II. I.
B. F. EHLERS,
Dcnlor lit Dry CboocIm, illltH, fco.
45-ly Fort Street. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
CHUNG HOON fie CO.,
C.tnm'iion Merchant and general agents Agents for the
Paukaa and Amauulu Sugar Plantations Importers of teas
and other Chme and foreign goods aad wholesale dealers
in Ilawniian prcxluce at the new Stone Store, Nuuanu Street,
b-rlow King. 465-ly
W. N. LADD,
Imjorter and Dealer in naaDWAae. C'ctlkrt, Mscnastcs
Tools and AoaictTLiCEAL Implemsnts, For street, lloco
C. L. RICHARDS fie CO.,
Skip Chandler and Commission Merchants, dealers In General
MerchaudUe. Keep constantly on hand a fall assortment
of merchaadise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
AV. II. RICHARDS,
Fort Suect, Honolulu. Office over the Office of Dr. S. Portr
E.O. HALL fit SON,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paiuu, OV.r, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets 479-ly
HONOLULU STEAM FLOUR MILL.
Flocb. Baa asd Shorts. For sal hy
47 If S. SAVltiGE, Proprietor.
l7. N. FLITX E R ,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building Kaahuma
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 473-ly
U C. WATERMAN Ai. CO..
COMMISSlO.y M E It CIIA .V TS.
F.-fecial attention paid to he intcrts of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Excharpe, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
MtMMrt. Isaac Howlasp, Ja., & Co., New Bedford
W. o. K. Pops, Esq., do.
Mokgax, Stos A: Co. San Francisco.
J. C. Mksrili. & Co, do .478-ly
CBAS. a. BISHOP.
W. A ALDRICH
BISHOP fie CO.,
Office in the est corner of "Maks
nmanu street, Honolulu.
Draw bills of Exchang- on
The Base or California.
Messrs GaitsrLL. M inttrsi & Co.,
" L:ks 4- Wallbr,
Hknrt A. Pbircr, Co.,
Trkmost Natioxsl Bank,
Oriental Bass: Corporation.
Will receive deposits. discount first-class
attend to colleciinc. etc.
Block," on Kaahu-
ro9t- n, Mass.
business paper, and
SAM'L. ST. CASTLR. J. B. ATBERT05. AMOS. S. COOKE
CASTLE & COOKE,
General Merchants in the Fireproof Store, King Street, oppo
Site the Seaian's Chapel.
ALSO AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celebrated Family Medicine,
Wheeler 4r Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The Kohala Sugar Compsr.y,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The New York Phenix: Marine Insurance Company,
The New York Security Marine Insurance Company.
A. P. CARTKB
C. BREWER fie CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu. Onhu. II. I.
Jons. M. Hoop, Esq........ ...New York.
J AXES IlCSNBWELL, Esq., f
Charles Brewer, Esq., S ...........Boston.
II. A. Pkirce, Esv,
MESSB4. J. C Mrrrill & Co. I c r .
Cha.. Wolcott Bboom. Esq. San Francisco.
Messrs. Wji. PrsTar & Co., nonrkong.
Messrs. Pevle, HrastiL & Co. Manila
DR. J. MOTT SMITH,
Offlce corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. 459-ly
E. HOFFMANN, M. D
Physician and Surgeon, Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaa
humanu streets. 478-ly
JOHN H. PATY,
NOTATl.Tr lJUJ3IiIO !
Honolulu, n. I. Office at the Bank of Bishop & Co. 433.6m
A. F. JUDD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. .
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT St., HONOLULU, OAHU..
O II IS
M O IV
ALE and PORTER
E. P. ADAMS,
SHIP CHANDLER AAD DEALER I. GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
LA I IAIN A, MAUI.
Irih and Sweet Potatoes, with other tecruits, constantly ou
hand and for sale at low rates. 465-Cm
ALLE Az GOXWAYI,
Will continue the Genera Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other re
cruits as are required by whale ships at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms. 478-ly
FIRE WOOD ON HAND.
MELCHERS fie CO.,
Importers and Comiiiiasioii
AGENTS FOR THE
HAMBrROH-r.RKMEN FlRE ISSCBANCK COKPAST,
Kaiwiki Scgar Plantation,
Toskt Sugar Plantation.
GrsTAV C. Melchers, J. D. Wickk,
F A. Schakfkr,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Hawaiian
l.efers by permission to
B. F. Snow .Messrs. Aldrich, Walker & Co.,
Messrs. C. A. W illiams & Co. Messrs. C. Brewer & Co.,
Mes?rs. Castle & Cooke., Messrs. 11. 1 lack fold & Co.,
Messrs. D. O. Waterman Messrs. Wilcax, Richards ii Co.
S. 1-2. DOVvSETT,
IS NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH BUILD
lug Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders rom the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 4SS-6m
Dealer in General .Merchandise, Island Produce,
SfC and Commission Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ships and others. The
highest price given for Inland Produce.
Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
Hilo. February 3. 1S61 458-ly
ODD FELLOW'S HALL,
T LATE ARRIVALS I HAVE RECEIV
ED A GREAT VARIETY OF
Choice New Groceries!
OF THE REST QUALITY.
CONSISriXG IN PART OF
New California Cheese
10 lb bags Hominy
10 lb bags Oatmeal
10 lb bags New Buckwheat
Extra Goud No. 2 Manila Cigars
New Eastern Dried Apples, euperior
True Lemon Syrup
Kingsford Corn Starch
Pecan Nuts, Eastern Cranberries
Westphalia Hams 12 lbs each.
Extra Sugar Cured N. Y. Family Hams, about
Fresh French Fruits in syrups
Assorted French SjTupa.
A New and Very Superior Lot of
SELECTED BY ACIIUCK.
Cattvs Pure Oolong, most delicate flavor
:?M 5 lb Txxe9 Orange Pekoe
- 5 lb boxes Good Oolong
Natural Leaf Japan Tea
And. a. Vai'ietrv or Others.
FOR SALE BY
A. D. CARTWRICI1T.
Have eJist ZReceived
DENNIS BRUNDR1T AND ALBERNI !
BEST ENGLrSII FIRE BRICKS,
Very Superior RED BRICKS,
And 200 M SniNGLES.
Which they xuill Sell now ON THE WHARF
at Very Moderate Rates.
itlZm JANIOV. GREEN Ai Ce.
II, HAGKFELD & CO !
EXPECT TO AliliTVE
IN ALL SEPTEMBER,
Per Hawaiian Bark
. 7 "Lr. 1nt-1'.
S. GEERKEN, Master.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
SELECTED FOR THE
mi'RKEV reI and yellow printal
JL Pink and yellow prints
Fancy Tihei prints, large
Black and white mourning prints
Two blue priuts
Turkey red cotton,
Tape check muslin,
Plain black alpaca and Orleans,
Black, blae and white figured alpaca,
Black, blue and preen lasting.
Black and blue cotton velvcia,
Sheetini; 10-4, 11-4, 12-4,
Assortment of wliite linen,
Undressed brown linen,
Blue twilled flannels.
Fancy and white flannels, assorted.
Black and blue broadcloth. Cashmeres,
Cotton huckaback towelling.
Blue P. C. monkey jackets aud panU,
Blue and black cloth pants,
CHshiuere sacks and pants,
Moleskin and cotton pauts,
Fancy flannel shirts,
Blue and prey llannel overshirts,
White cotton shirts, fancy bosom,
do. do. do.
Superior white cotton shirts, linen bosom, collars & sleeves,
Fancy repatta shirts, assorted,
Ladit B' mantles aud children's jackets,
Men's fell hat.-.
Men's ft y and white merino socks,
Men's brown and mixed cotton sockr,
Vonien'n white and black cotton stockings,
Children's socks and stockings,
Men's heavy woolen socks and stockings,
Men's woolen comforters.
Men's prey and white merino undershirts,
Ladies' white merino undershirts.
Brown, white and fancy striped cotton undershirt!
iffa ii (liter chiefs.
Fancy pongee silk handkerchiefs,
Silk corahs Black si'k cravats,
Black and fancy silk neckties,
Turkey red and yellow handkerchiefs,
Fancy cotton handkerchiefs,
White muMin handkerchiefs, fancy border.
White muslin handkerchiefs, lace border,
Linen cambric handkerchiefs.
Ladles' side saddles,
Kncli.h saddles, all hopskin, complete,
Enplinh saddles, hopskin seats, complete,
French saddles, complete.
Bridles with curb bits, Iron tinned bits.
Woolen and cotton saddle girths.
Superior cologne water,
Cologne water in 8 cornered bottles,
Oenuine Lubin's extract, ilair oil.
Macassar oil. Fancy toilet soap.
English pie fruits and pickles.
Sardines in quarter and half boxes,
Raisins in quarter and half boxes.
Almonds in demijohns, Westphalia hams,
Swi:s cheese. Green cheese,
Loaf sugar. Crushed sugar,
I'U.ramine blue. Indigo blue.
Chocolate, Demijohns pearl barley, 8ago, Carraway seed,
Hardware & Cutlery.
Fencing wire, Bar iron, Uoop iron,
Iron sugar coolers. Copper wire cloth.
Galvanized iron pipe, fchect line,
Cocoa-handled butcher knives.
Sailor's jack knives. Knives and forks.
Scissors, Jewsharps, Iron thimbles. Needles,
Iron tinned saucepans. Iron tinned tea kettles,
Iron pots, Hiveis, Wrought nails, Ingota tin.
Boiled linseed oil. Zinc paint.
White lead. Green paint, Paris green,
Prussian blue, Red lead. Yellow ochre,
Venitian red. Copper pump tacks.
Assortment of Russian cordage, Spunyarn,
Manila rope i atid 1 ir.ch. Flag lines.
Log lines. Marline, Ilouslns, Hat line,
English hemp Shil twine, Uopiiig twine.
Hemp canvas, Kussia liht and heavy ducks,
Muntz yellow metal aiid nails.
O lass ware.
A small invoice of fine Gut Glasses,
Spirits. Wines, &c.
Superior French brandy, in casks and cases.
Barrels and ktgj of rum, Genuine Holiand gin,
Common Holland pin, Benicarlo wine, in casks.
Claret, in casks and cases,
Barclay, Perkins & Co's porter, in quarts and pints,
German ale, in quarts and pints,
Superior sherry and pcrtwine, in cases,
Champagne, quarts pints, Heidsieck & Co's Grand vin royal;
Champagne, quarts if pints, RuiDart pere & fiis, Carte blanche,
ONE IRON SUGAR MILL, With V..den
FRAME, complete; ROLLERS. 19xlS inches. Also, One
trOODE.V WATER. WHEEL, 14x2 reet.
For particulars enquire cf
ALDRICH, WALKER k Co.,
4S0-3X1 Or BAL & ADAMS, Walluku, Maui.
H. HAGKFELD & GO.
Blanket, scarlet, blue, green, white, grey,
Burlap., Black silk umbrellas.
Black siik hat ribbon. Fancy bonnet ribbon,
Black and fancy silk velvet ribbon.
Linen thread, white, brown, black.
Cotton thread, white and blue, fpool cotton.
Worsted braid and gimp. Barege, black, brown, blue,
Crape White cotton huckaback towels,
Linen huckaback towel.
Cotton and linen Turkish towels.
Carpet bags, Woolen shawls and plaids,
Long shawls, Berlin wool,
Ladies' and children's straw hats, trimmed.
Boys straw hats and caps, French calfskins.
Plated candlesticks. Ladies' head dresses,
Porte-monnaies, Ladies' work baskets.
Ladies writing cases, Lead pencils.
Carpenter's pencils. Steel pens
Foolscap, letter, and note paper,
Blank books. Receipt books,. Letter copy books.
Envelopes, Framed slates and slate pencils,
Assortment of toys.
Ivory combs. Dressing combs. Hair brushes.
Pearl buttons. Pant buttons. Porcelain buttons,
Gold leaf, Printing paper. Smoking pipes.
Walking canes. Suspenders, Feather dusters, .
Ladies' and gentlemen's kid and silk sloven.
Bed quilts, Hide powder, in J and 1 tb tins,
Flowor pots, Empty demijohns,
OAK BARRELS AND KEGS,
OIL SIIOOKS, FIRE BRICKS,
FIRE CLAY. PIPE CLAY.
KAOLIN. PORTLAND CEMENT,
Oak Boats 10, 17, 1$, 19, 20 ft long.
MThe undersigned, proprietor of the In
ternational Hotel, takes pleasure iu anuouncing to the
public and the traveling portion of the community, that
the house is still ready to supply their wants in a manner sec
ond to none in the city. Give me a call.
47-3m. SAMUEL A. LOLLER.
LOOK AT THIS FIRST!
BOOTS and SHOES.
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
EX LATE ARRIVALS, A CHOICE ASSORTMENT
Of BOOTS nxxcl
Ladies' Superior Lasting and Kid Gaiters,
Misses' aud Children's Superior Kid and Bronze Gaiters and
Shoes, all sizes;
Boy's Superior Balmorals, Boy's Superior Calf Boots, all sizes;
Gent's Superior Calf Boots, sewed and pegged;
Men's Elastic Gaiters.
French, English and American Prints,
Best French Delaines,
Superior Liuen Sheeting, 2 yards wide;
Fine Cotton Sheeting, 2 yards wide;
Superior Pillow Linen, 1J yard wide;
Medium and Fine Linen, 1 yard wide;
Linen Damask Table Cloths, large and medium sizes;
Ladies' Gauntlets, Ladies' Collars and Guffs,
Brooks' Spool Cotton, Pearl Shirt Buttons,
Black and Colored Coburgs and Alpacca,
Silk Umbrellas, all sizes;
Gent's, Ladies) and Missea Lisle Thread Hoc.
Men's Superior Cashmere and Tweed Pants,
Sack and Frock Coats, Gent's Grey Merino Half Jlose,
Blue Flannel Suits, Davis' & Jones' Shirts,
Gent's Superior Shirt Collars,
Black and Brown Felt Hats, Boy's Straw Hats,
Gent's Undershirts and Drawers,
Downer's Kerosene OilL
Jlnd a variety of Articles too numerous to specify,
all of which will le sold Cheap for CASH
at the Store of
3X . TVX cine i ix y
Corner Beretania and Maunakea Streets.
N. B. Ladies icill please call and examine my
Stock of Ciildren's Bpts and Sftoes before pur
! . 481-2m
METALLIC Bill FW!
tT'or Sale by
C. BREWER & CO. !
rfMHS PREPARATION IS MADE FROM
M. per-oxyde of Iron and Manganese. In its natural state
it is of a Redish Brown, and in combination with other Paints
it gives all the browns desirable. In its primitive beauty and
lustre, it appears clear, pure, and fresh. It is soft, unctuous,
and easy to grind. It flows freely from the brush, and works
easy. It possesses a more elastic body than other Paints. It
leaves upon the surface a glossy, unfading, durable
3VT3ZJT S TiTiIC COAT!
Not liable to become tarnished, and makes a never-fading
Paint, as one acquainted with its ingredients must know. It
will not change color by exposure to the weather, and wifl
endure any climate without cracking or blistering while ex
posure hardens it, making in time a covering
ALMOST AS HARD AS IRON I
Protecting wood from decay, and iron and other metals from
corrosion. It mixes readily with linseed oil, and may be used
for all common purposes without grinding. It has already
been extensively used, and has won Ijt itself an unparalleled
reputation, having given universal satisfaction for painting
Houses, Barns, both wood or brick, or the Hulls, Decks or
Funnels of Ships, Dock Gates, Iron, Wood r Brick work, ex
posed to the action of the atmosphere or sea water, Iron
Bridges, Fences. Railway Cars, Depots, Tin and Shiagie Roofs,
kc. When coarse linen or canvas is covered with it, it becomes
water-proof, does not crack when rolled, and preserves it from
rot. It is preferable to any paint for priming. It does not roll
in rubbing down, eaves time and labor, aod produces a firm
and smooth surface, requiring legs oil than any other Mineral
Paint. Painters will find this the cheapest, and most durable
for all outside work. And for priming under any other Painf,
it is unequaled. While the haw of all other Mineral Paints is
Clay and Silica, WINTER'S METALLIC BROWN is composed
of the following :
Per-Oxyde of Iron 84 45
Sesquioxyde of Maogauese 4 55
Silica 8 34
Alumina 2 65
TESTIMON I A LS
Da. Wixteb Dear Sir : I have been using your Metallic
Paint for the last three years on Freight and Passenger Cars,
Engines, Tenders, &c. I find it the best paint I have ever
used for durability, and from the numerous tests I have sub
jected it to, proves it to be superior to any paint now in use,
requiring less oil. and its being almost pure Iron is susceptible
of the finest possible polish. I have never known it to crack,
blister or scale, and I unhesitatingly recommend it to all those
who desire a cheap, durable and good paint.
E. U. BENEDICT,
Master Mechanic, U. & M. R. R.
Ciscissati, June 7, 1853.
We have used Winter's Sletallic Brown Paint, and until we
find something better, we will continue to use it on our Iron
work, both Roofing and Bridging. So far there is nothing now
in use known to us, that can compare with it in its tenacity to
articles, especially Iron. It is perfectiy water and weather proof.
It doesnot waste by exposure to weather, and we find that on
Boilers, Chimneyi, &c., it is not influenced by heat.
47a-2in MOhLET & Co.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
DE1V1YIS BKUXDRIT !
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
BEST BEST BAR IRO.V !
Which they will supply In quantities of One Ton or more at
Very Low Ratri.
ALSO, ABOUT 6000 RUNNING FEET
Tramway Iron, 1 3-4x1-4:
Which will be delivered DRILLED at a Low Price per pound .
About 2000 Running Feet T RAILS I
14& Pounds to the Foot.
1-8 INCH SHEET IRON, all slxrst
HOMOGENEOUS IRON, very .uperl.rt
ANGLE IRON, assorted sices f
HALF ROUND IRON,
IRON SHAFTING up to 8 1-2 Inch.
IRON BOILER TUBES 3 St 3 1-2 lach f
Assorted BOILER Si COOPER'S RIVETS,
4 SETTS 15 Inch RAILWAY WHEELS.
Janion, Green & Co.
rw a rsra sr
Durham Bull Red Jacket I
Can bceen at the WAIMANALO RANCH. For terms
43-2m CUMMINS & JUDP.
TAPIOCA, FARINA and ARROWROOT
Of Superior Quality.
MANUFACTURED AT KOLOA, KAUAIf
constantly on hand and for sala in quantities to suit by
480-3m MELCHERS A Co.
STORE FOR SAIiE.
MTHE STORE OF 1. B. BRADLEY, Oss
the corner of Maunakea and King streets, subject to
six months lease unexpired. For terms apply to
W. J. RAWLINS,
479.2m Honolulu Soap Works.
Honolulu Iron Works!
AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT A
New and Large Assortment of
Best Refined Bar Iron !
On Hand every description of
PIPING, 8TKAM OR WATER COCKS,
VALVES, INDIA RUBBER PACKING, FIRE CLAY.
And Everything applicable to the uses
of Plantations. 480.8m
FOR SAIiE !
THE LOT AND HOUSES Thereon,
at the corner of King and Alapai streets, are tWV
offered for sale. Jfe
Apply at the Printing Office of the " Advertiser." 47fi-3m
AOTICE TO SMOKERS!
FEW VERY SUPERIOR
IN BOXES OF 100 EACH.
For Sale Low at the Store of
477-3m Corner Beretania and Maunakea Sts.
The Highest Price Paid for
Castor Oil Beans !
431-3m BY ALDRICH. WALKER t Co.
ASTOR OIL IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
4815m By ALDRICH, WALKER Co.
For Sale !
A LARGE AND SUPERIOR JUICE PUMP
manufactured by D. Cooke & Co., Glasgow.
For sale by
4 83-1 m ALDRICn WALKER s Co.
rsnHE UNDERSIGNED WILL KEEP A
JL constant supply of the above
Which is much superior to Eastern and equal to the best
ROMAN or PORTLAND CEMENT and osed exclusively ia
the State and United States Works in California.
For sale by
4793m ALDRICH, WALKER Co.
REDWOOD LUMBER !
KENTUCKY ' '
FOR SALE BY
GEORGE C. HOWE !
1ffk 1 INCH PLANED CLEAR
2000 1 1-4 INCH PLANED CLEAR RED
WOOD 3000 1 1-2 INCH PLANED CLEAR RED
WOOD 3000 2 Inch PLANED CLEAR REDWOOD
45.7GO FEET ROUGH REDWOOD
13,000 Feet asot. REDWOOD SCANTLING
SHAVED REDWOOD SHINGLES
10,000 FEET 118 INCH PLANED FIR
P. S. Redwood Lumber is all the Go
15,000 Old Newspapers
f CJCITABLE FOR WRAPPING PAPER,
f For .... cheap by th. 100 or 1000.