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i EMer Blast bmI 9it.rr Scrak
- - - .In one of the Eastern State there is settlement
which hu long been celebrated as a stronghold of
Aieiaodism. It is an out-cr-tbe-way neighborhood,
yet no place in the whole conn try is better known
or more highly esteemed. In the centre of the set.
tie merit, just where two roads cnt each other at right
' angles, making a four corners," is the school-house.
ainted red, and long familiar as the only place of
pa ouo worship in the settlement. The people are
well off now, and have built a nice and commodious
. - church, on the opposite corner. A few rods up the
road from the school-house lived Squire Scrub. You
could see at first sight, that the Squire was well to
: do in this world, for every thing about him denoted
it. There was his pickeNfence all around his garden
- painted red, and the top tipped with white ; there
was his house, a modest one story and a half, with a
- lean to H in the rear, painted white all over; there
was a barn, a large, well-filled barn it was ; there was
the farm, a choice lot of one hundred acres, well culti
vated ; and besides all this, there was the honors and
emoluments of the important office of justice of the
peace, me squire was, of course, a man of note in
ue town. , tie bad been a justice several times in
succession. He was a trustee of the school district,
and he was both class-leader and steward in the
Methodist Church. I hare no doubt he would have
received other honors at the hands of his fello
townsmen and brethren, had he been eligible. Still
he was a quiet, unassuming man. and I verily believe
ne tnongnt more or his religion than or all his eccle-
, AT 1 . " a IT- . - . -
uaauvax uu ciTij nonors. ins nouse was uie itine
rant's home ; and a right sweet, pleasant home it
would have been but for a certain unfortunate weak
ness of the every other way excellent Sister Scrub.
The weakness I allude to was, or at least it was sus
pected to be, the lore of praise. Now, the good sis
ter was really worthy of high praise, and she often
received it ; but she had a way of disparaging herself
and her performances, which some people thought
was intended to invite praise. So house-wife kept
her floors looking so clean and her walls so well
whitewashed as she. Every board was scrubbed and
scoured till further scrubbing and scouring would
have been labor wasted. .No one could look on her
whitened floor, and cot admire the polish her indus
try gave it. The Squire was the gwd provider, and
Sister Scrub was an excellent cook ; and so their
table groaned under a burden of good things on all
occasions when good cheer are demanded. And yet
you could never enter the house and sit half an hour
without being reminded that " Husband held court
yesterday, and she could'nt keep the house decent"
If you sat down to eat with them, she was sorry " she
had'et anything fit to eat." She had been scrub
bing, or washing, or ironing, or she had been
hali-etek, and she had'nt got such and such
things that she ought to have. or did it matter
how bountiful or how well prepared the repast really
was, there was always something deficient, the want
of which furnished a text for a disparaging discourse
on the occasion.
I remember once, that we sat down to a table that
a king might have been happy to enjoy. There was
the light snow-white bread, there were the potatoes
reeking in butter, there were chickens swimming in
gravy, there were the onions and the turnips, and I
was sure Sister Scrub Vad gratified her ambition fur
once. TTe sat down.Jd a blessing was asked. In
stantly the good sister began. She was afraid her
coffee was burned, or that the water had been smoked,
or that she had'nt roasted the chickens enough.
There ought to have been some sal ul, and it was too
bad that there was nothing nice to offer them.
TTe, of course, endured these unjustifiable apologies
as well as we could, simply remarking that everything
was really nice, and proving by our acts that the re
past was tempting to our appetites. '
I will now introduce another actor to the reader
Elder BInnt, the circuit preacher. Elder Blunt was
a good man. His religion was of the most genuine,
experimental kind. He was a very plain man. He,
like Mr. Wesley, would no more dare to preach fine
sermon than wear a fine coat. He was celebrated for
his com moo-sense way of exhibiting the principles of
religion. He would speak just what he thought, and
as he felt. He somehow got the name of being an
eccentric preacher, as every man I believe does, who
never prevaricates, and always acts and speaks as he
Somehow or other, Elder Blnnt had heard of Sister
Scrub, and that infirmity of hers, and hfresolved to
cure her. On his first round he stopped at Squire
Scrub's, as all other itinerants bad done before him.
John, the young man, took the Elder's horse and put
him in the stable, and the preacher entered the
bouse. He was shown into the best room, and soon
felt very much at home. He expected to hear some
thing in due time disparaging the domestic arrange
ments, but heard it sooner than he expected. This
time, if Sister Scrub could be credited, her house was
all Upside down ; it was'nt fit to stay in, and she
was sadly mortified to be caught in such a plight.
The Elder looked all around the room, as if to observe
the terrible disorder, but he said not a word. By-and-fcy
the dinner was ready, and the Elder sat down
with the.tamily to a well spread table. Here again
Sister Scrub found everything faulty ; the coffee
wasn't fit to drink, and she hadn't anything fit to
eat. The Elder lifted his dark eye to her face ; for a
moment he seemed to penetrate her very soul with
OFFERS FOR SALE
r-Vi Toyt in 2VEoro3bL.EtX3L-t Streets,
A VERY EXTENSIVE AND WELL SELECTED STOCKT OF
CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
DRY GOODS, -FDRN1TURE, CHINA GOODS,
MANILA GOODS, GLASS WARE,
PAINTS AND OILS,
"VST I rsT
At'sASI. S A VI DOE'S,
KING STREET, NEAR THE BETHEL CHTRCH.
ESTPHA1VIA HAMS, SMOKED HAMSf
Eugar-cwrsd luna. rresb Lard,
French fruits. In syrap,
Sardines, small tins,
Eardinea, tartre tins.
Assorted ? pices,
Fine Ooioog Tea,
Fine Green Tea,
Fresh Roasted Coffee,
Assurted Scotch Biscuits
Salt Water 8uap,
Fine Tabte Bait,
hooked Herrings, V
Fnglisb Dairy Cbsme,
CabJurnia Creasa Cheese,
Light Brawn Swgar,
Crashed Lwf ISigar,
. Loaf Sugar,
Freab Cora MeaJL
Assarted Meats and Soaps,
. Fresh C'mubs,
Asserted Bngtisa Tmlta,
AssocWd Bnglub Jam,
Assartad KoAuh Jellies.
Assorted English aaces, -
A sorted Rngtish FVUrs, '
-1f"jK Green Feaa,
French Green Peas,
' vnute ITia Tlnexar.
Fr b Psstkis. latins.
Csrbooare of Soda,
Ac, "Ac Ac
Fscaa Qolaeea, ia Una,
late. Ctrss Mkr4i Iss tlaa.
fr iUp'i Uae. S-tf
TlQlXDAl'M CO, have fast opened. at thetr nev
. T rste, eanee Fort and iachaa atieets, lbs snort aoav
' X " ' FASUlOXACIJB COODS
Buss - The aasial nisi eomotrsws
,; cuartivsa, hats, txicrr, ace.
fegawr wta rrsry iwrrlpttno of
r3 rcniraana r-".
an4 la wbfie are iarited to call mmA
i 4 . A. a. eRINF ur
tt r - M. . GRISAAfU.
his austere gaze $ tbjp slowly rising from the table
ne sua, ,
Rmtficr !Wnh T want tit hone immediately. I
must leave." "
" WhT. Brother Blunt, what is the matter ?
Matter f" Why, sir, your house isn't fit to stay
in, and you haven't anything fit to eat or drink, and
I won't stay." - . '
' Both the Snnlre and his ladv were confounded.
This was a piece of eccentricity entirely unlocked for.
He wouldn't star in a house not fit to stay in, and
where there wasn't anything fit to eat and drink. -
Poor Sister Scrub ! She wept like a child at her
ioiit. rn Knew it would oe ui uc "! "
said, " and everybody would be laughing at her."
And then how should she meet the blunt, honest Elder
again ? " She hadn't meant anything by what ane
had said." Ah ! she never thought how wicked it
was ta sat mo murk that didn't mean anything.
The upshot of the whole matter was, that Sister
Scrub saw herself as others saw her." ; She ceased
making apologies, and became a wiser and a better
Christian. Elder Blunt always puts up there, always
finds everything as it should be, and with all his
eocentrities, it was thought by the family most agree
able, as be is acknowledged by everybody, to oe tno
most consistent of men.
GILIVIAX & CO.,
A RE NOW RECEIVING, PER LATE AR
. RIVALS, a large stock of
Which thej offer for sale at lowest prices.
New Pilot Bread, New Navr Bread,
American metis Beef,
American mew Pork
Of different brands, warranted.
So. 1 brown nujrar, No. 2 brown sugar,
No. 1 molassees, tsiaca tea, frreen tea,
Preserved peaches. Preserved quinces,
American butter, Pres'ed pie fruits,
Kona coffee aixl Hik coffee,
Ass'd meats, clams,
Cases crackers, oysters, corn, peas, etc., etc
BEANS ! BEANS !
Fresh Mand-frrown beans, large flat "lima," beans.
Small white "home" beans, long speckled "California beans.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Heavy leather boots, do brmrans, fine boots, lined brogans.
Half boots, fine bmtrans, buckskins, slippers, Ac.
PAINTS, OIL, Sec.
Pure white lead. So. 1 do, black paint, green do.
Prussian Wue, chrome yellow, verdigris, linseed oil,
Bricht varnish, black do, copal do, spirits turpentine,
Cos) tar, lamp black, paint brushes, cash tool brushes,
Assorted numbers cotton duck, heavy Raven's duck.
Light Raven's duSJc
An awtortment of fine clothing, pants, shirts, socks, cravats.
under shirts, handkerchiefs, cc
Lances, harpoons, gig irons, one-Sued irons,
Bomb lances, whaling guns, kc.
A constant snpplv of new Irish potatoes, new sweet potatoes,
onions, pumpkins, always oa hand in shipping season, and sup
plied at short notice.
Tr Tocetber with a general and full avwtment of inerrhan
dise usually found In a Ship Chandlery evtablUhment.
Lahaina Sept. 24. 90-tf
- TO CAPTAINS
OF 'WIIAL.ESIIIPS A'SD OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be had at Rnloa at
f5 per cord : fresh beef at 4 ceutsper ft ; sheep,at $3 per head-.
anil goats at 1 M head. Also at the port of Hanalei, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of lianaJel is on
the North West side of the island, and has safe and good an
chonrt in from 6 to 10 fathmis of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above. Also fruiis
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. (-tf) GEORGE CHARM AN.
, To Whalemen !
GW MACT would respectfully solicit the same pa.
tronage lieretofr enjoyed by the old firm of Macy it
Law, at the established Depot I Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will he found at all times a good supply
of llrrf. I Pork. Ialtry, and also the cele
bnted KAWAIHAE POTATOES.
Tlie ahore articles can he furnished at the kwest rates, ar.d in
quicker time than at auy other port at the islands. All beef
Sold by me will be warranted to keep in aiiy climate.
Tr No chanre made on inter-island exchange.
73f O. W. MACT.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS COXSTAXTLY
receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
White lead, ground In the best boiled English oil, and Is an
thorised to contract at lower prices than the present market
J. C. 8PALDrSQ.
nonolnlu. June 9,1857. 60-tf
M FIRE BRlAs,
For sale by
AT HIS STORE,
E S ,
Wool, GoatSkins, Hides,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (JfctQ J. C. SPALDING.
TIIK HIGHEST MARKET PRICE wm be
allowed by the snbieriher lur dean
SALTED BULLOCK HIDES,
delivered at his premises in Fort-street,
i-tf CIIA8. BREWER, 2d.
tCfl ft TP STTYB
DOrCHT AS BEFORE. AT THE HIGH.
EST CAB MARKET l'RICE, by
KRCLL k. AfOLL.
aiiAZiEns jlub uuTonens.
ATTEXTIONZ The nndersbrued offers the hixhest cash
market rata Ibr the above articV-s, deliverable at Honolulu
or any of the ports of the Islands.
Without interest, will be made to those who desire, and coa
tracts will be made for any length of lime.
E. P. ADAMS.
45 OSce corner of Queen and Kaahomana Ks, up stairs.
- ridi .....
For sale by . CHAS. BREWER 2b.
lS-tf - AcenU
OAT SKIXS, '
Hides, ' r-
.,: - Tallow, ' '- .- y. . y, ... .
Old eopper and composition, and
' - Wool,
Wanted bwtbe aubacrtber, for which the highest cash price -wiU
be allowew by -
PJAN F U A NCI SCO PILOT BRISAD incases,
C . . For sate by
4iM : : A.J. cARTwuraaT '
E7- Whaleshins cruisinp- in the North,
Date and Port of
A. Frailer, bk.
1867 N B
1856 N B
1847 N L
1S55 N B
1867 N B
ISM. 9 H
1857' N L
Honolulu, Aug 21
1850' F H
1S57 S H
1867 F H
1854 S B
Honolulu, Aug 22
1866 M B
1856 N B
1856: N B
t has. Phelps
1853 N L
1858 Edgar j
1856 N B
Manchester 1856 N B
1856 N B
1856 N B
C. W. Morgan
1856 War 'n
1855 N B
1855 N L
1856. N L
1866 N B
1867 N L
1856 N L
1855 N B
1856; N L j
" j Dmmo
E. L. Frost
Delaraare 11856 Chal
KQ Spencer;185S Hono
11857 N B i
F. Henrietta bk
il57 N B Talca
(1868 Hono t
1856 N B
Lahaina, July SI
Gn. D'Hautpool1 Darmandrit.:lS56 Havre
I tieorge A Scsan Jones
.157 S B
Uonolalu, July 27 ; Gro. Howbtml j Pomeroy
j George jSilva
G Washington Brightman
, Gid. Howlaol jWUUams
Gins-v, bark Mantor
1S67 X B
1857 X B i
,1857 X B
157 X B
j Go v. Troup M ilton
OusUr (Fr.) Gillies
'lssfl Hrero N
! George A Mary I Walker
ISO. ."s b
1S57 F II
SchitnelfeMg 1858 Haw j
Helen Snow, bk
N.ve 1857 X B i
Athearn 1857 X B j
Booker 1H57 X B j
Edwards ,1157 X B
Utile 157 X B i
Mart-hunt 1856 Falm I
Marston .1S55 F II
1856 X L
1855 X B
1 Italy, bk.
j Jason (Fr)
Java 2J, bark
! Jireh Perry
IJireh Swift, bk
i Jno. Coggeshall
:J A Rob, bark
J Jns A Elisabeth
,1355 N B
1855 F II
11855 X B
1 18.17 X
18&". F II
WanHhri1iM . I US'
own . i ,
KITSO & HART,
WINES AND SPIRITS.
T THE OLD WJXE STORE, nivdor A. J.
L Cartwright's, olT.-r for sale :
Brandy in kegs and barrels;
Brandy, I nil ed Vineyard Proprietors ;
Kum in krgs;
Jamaica Ruin In cases;
Genuine old Scotch whisky, in 1 dos cases;
Mononpahela whisky, in barrels and kegs,
Fine old Monongahela whisky, in one dos cases,
Hollands gin in cases;
Scheidam pin in cases;
Wolfe's Scheidam schnapps;
Borer's bittern; '
Clarets of different brands;
Champagne, pints and qnarts.-different brands;
Sherries, pale and brown; -. '
Fine old port;
Byass' and other brands of ale;
. Ship Store, dwty free. 37
HONOLULU ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER,
TNDER DISPENSATION. OF THE
GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER OF
UNITED'STATES OP AMERICA,
Wjll bold the Regnlar Meetings on the third Thursday of
ever month, at the Hall of the Lodge,
"W Projn-es de POceanie."
nonorala, Sept. 8. (63-tf) H. P.
L, umber ! Iiiiniber !
A T THE OLD LUMBER YARD Just re-
jfft. cetved. ex Fortnna, the best assortment of Eastern Lum
ber ever imported, consisting of
15,000 feet assorted white oak plank, for Ship Carpenters'
and Wbeerwriiflits' nse.
20.000 feet white pine sheathing boards. Inch thick.
16.000 feet yellow pine H to H inch plank, (ur heading and
20,000 tot Pennsylvania white pine boards, parallel widths,
planed on one aide.
6,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine shelving, planed on both
43,000 feet assorted dimension plank. It to t Inch.
100.000 best Amostak shaved cedar shingles.
25,000 best bubs.
And a variety of building materials. w
C. IL LEWERS, Lumber Merchant.
67 Fort street.
PIANOS! PIANOS! PIANOS!
F THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
CHICKERING & CO.,
RAVEN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLARK.
The undersigned can furnish superior toned Instruments of
the above makers, through Mewn. Badger tc Li attest
bergrr, Sols Acksts for the Pacific enast.
Plana and styles can be seen at our office. Order solicited.
e-tf C. A. A II. F. POOR. .
Doom, Window Sash, Blinds.
QAn DOORS, assorted sisea, with mouldings and
. OW raised paneL
SO Saah Daara, assorted sixes.
SOO pair AV I stow Saah, assorted sues.
S50 ! Bliada, with and without swivels, ass'd lix-a.
Selected expressly for this market, and for sale low by
87-tf GEORGE O. HOWE.
RESH COVE OYSTERS, OLIVE OIL,
rerles, hams, uosnen nutter, sateratns.
Corned beef In kegs for family use, cheese, sacks floor,
tm nana ana wr sale ny
2-tf A. P. EVERETT.
THE SUBSCRIBER has Ibr sale a lot of Blacksmith's
Tools, suitable for plantations such as Anvils, Hammers,
: Vices. Ac, at reduced prices.
, 93-UL HENRY SMITH, Blacksmith.
, FOR SALE!
1WJP CARGO OF THE CHILIAX BARK
. M Alexandro Qarriros,n consisting of
350 taaa Steasa Caala,
1 taa Saltaecreb
Apply to L. H. ANTHON.
M-tt - ' Oeto J. 0. SPAULDINd.
q'Cb bushels tui :s island
O W- . For sale by .
n-tt CHAR. BREW
BREW LB 3n.
or . SoathiJkci5c, not ; in i this list, by serrlir
acceptable. -Merchant or whaleships
8p I WafBcoe.
Oa Kod lack, June 15,
Cruising in Bhering's
August 25, sailed to cruise on Ner Zealand
On Kodlack, July 20, 1000 brto
Wintered at Hakodadi
On Kodlack, May 29,
On Kodlack, May 22, 1
On Kodiack, July 4, 600
On Kodiack, July 21,
700! 350' TOO
35 12S 25' 125
60 4400 : i
8010001 80 inin
190 840 1 ' !
W 650; 50; 650
1 400; 1 400
300, 145 160: I
16 2000! j 10 j
On Kodiack, June 27, 6
40 300! 40 300 .
100 1050! 1 .
On Kodiack, July 26. 900
2501 100; 250
On Kodiack, July 23,
On Kodlack, July 20,
On Kodlack, May 28, 1
On Kodiack, May 25,
On Kodiack, July 20, 1000
On Kodiack, July 1, 4
Aug 21, sailed for Xew
1(X 700 100 700
29 122UI 2H 1229
On Kodiack, June 20, 6
August 1, sailed fur New
On Kodiack, July 1, 1
I I' -
800 Isoo: .
6501 ' 660
S40 j 350
190700i ! i
500 ! 600
200, j 200
160 160i ,
36 700 j
j ftoo ; 120,
127 50 300,
800 1100, 1 - .
10 BOO' i 400
lkT I I
! j 25
200 1600 2001600
On Kodiack, Juns 25, 2
July 10, on Kodiack, 4
On Kodiack, July 26, 400
40i 7 SO1
C. I,. RICHARDS & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE A COMPLETE AS
A a vat Stare.
a , Groceries.
CracUery, 4c e. t
Kers mackerel, boxes codfish, boxes tobacco,
Boxes raisins, boxes soap, boxes candles.
Boxes Bristol brick, vermicelli, mocarroni,
Bbls eld cider Tlneear, cases assorted syrnps,
Cases frreen corn, sausape meat, mince pie meat,
Cases Lobster, raspberry j:m, quinces.
Cases strawberry Jam, cranberry jam,
. Cases apple marmalade, peaches, currant Jelly,
Cases strained honey, apple sauce, French capers,
Cies cheese, tomatoes, tomato ketchup,
Cases pepper sauce, assorted sauces,
, Kcrs split peas, white beans.
Kegs eastern butter, cranberries,
Bairs buckwheat. Qenessee Coar,
Tins Haxall flour, .
Boxes smoked salmon, herrinft, tablo salt,
Boxes saJeratus, soda, cream tartar,
Boxes rronnd pepper, allspice, ciowts,
Boxes cassia, pinker, mustard.
Half bbls dried apples, crushed supar, brown SUfrar,
Baskets olive oil drums Bps, Carolina rice,
Cases water, soda, butter and sugar crackers.
Cases frinjmr snaps, Jenny Lind cakes,
Cases brandy peatthes, brandy cherries,
Cases assorted pie fruits, assorted meats,
Cases oysters, pickle, sardines, prunes.
Chests tea, kegs pickles.
Cases yeast powders, pineapple, whortleberries.
Cans boiled linseed oil,
Casks composition nails,
Coils Manila rope, ass'd sizes,
Kegs English white lead,
-v American white lead
BMs bright varnish.
Bbls coal tar,
Deep sea lines,
Oars, Ac. -Prime
Bbls navy bread.
Octaves fine brandy. In bond;
Kegs old Baserae brandy, in bond;
Kegs Otard, Dupuy A Co. brandy, in bond; -
BMs old Mnnongahela whisky. In bond;
Bbls old Magnolia whisky, in bond;
Kegs okl Magnolia whisky. In bond;
Kegs old Bourbon whisky. In bond;
Cases Oeneva gin. in bond;
Fine Port wine, expressly for family use;
Fine fherrv, Fine Santerne,
Fine Claret, Fine Hock;
) t Cases ale and porter. Bitters,
Baskets champagne, Demijohns Ac-, Ac , Ac
Honoltua, Oct. 1&, 1967. 58 tf
T0R1CC0, CIGARS AND SNUFFS!
J STEWARD respectfully informs his friends, and the
public generally, that be has now on hand an extensive
assortment oT the above articles, all of the choicest brands.
He will always liava on tale as complete a stock a Is procurable
In the market. He offers the following articles, all of the first
quality, on reasonable terms:
ATDsasoa's Sours, .
J. Patbjcx A Cc's Dlajtoxd
i - GoLDCt Laar, .
Nattsal Lear, v '
Vabisa's Cajnsrm, . .
Lar Han Rir,
AfABILA ClOAKS, NO. 2, TWIST BWBS,
Havaxxa Croaaa, paxct aoxxa
- Faxct Ssvttk,
Faict Prrcs, kc Ac.
A aeaeral a rtaseat af Graeeriea.
tCT Hotel Street, near the French HoteL fctVtf -
: HANGING AND SOLAR LAMPS. v
(HADES, CniMNETS AXD WICKS-For
K7 sale by iva-u r
B. W. FIELD.
X PACKAGES OF ABOUT SO POUNDS
each, for sale by js-mj-- j. i. wuivan.
!i I 1
330: ! S30
100 600, 1
30 70; 1
1 475, 1
Af kAK EOATSI lO, 11, 1, 1 S 14 iW , '..
UP - -,. ..-- Fortune by ' .
tUti ': CHAS. BREWER, to.
?-ktif t Oitlcmcn s S u
e vvill W
, . . t i-jt .JLa tAimkv the Ship's airsal. r .
in - ""Vr" wT "1jZa auA Ship's
arrmnj on jLonawicn isianun FrTTT'
Date and Port of
L C Richmond
Mary A Susan
Nil (Fr )
X S Perkins
Honolulu, July 30
bound to the Arctic, clean
Sarah Sheaf, bk
Zealand and home
Honolulu, Ang 17
n'Ule de Rcnnes
Wm. A Henry
Honolulu, Aug. 1
W C Nye
DECEIVED PER ANTILLA," FROM
XV Bremen, and for sale by the nndersigned :
Bales .fancy prints
do mourning do .
do of Madapolams
do of superior shirting
do printed jaconets
do Victoria law a
do j&conets A mull muslin
do Swiss muslin and robes
do book trraslin
do bishop's lawn
do linen, moleskin
do linen drill
do do handkerchiefs
do cambric do
do lawn do
Bales emb. cambric handkfs.
do table linen
do linen ta)e, do thread
do Water's best qual. 6-cord
, spool cotton
do sup. white llannel
do pul. woolen table-cover
do tafeia. oiled silk
do wh. silk cam. hdkfs with
do ladies' veils, asstd qnaL
do Mack quitts
do scarlet and blue blankets
do sofa carpets
White and black silk gloves, for ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair tnits, embroidered sleeves and collars,
Bracelets, coifures, kM gloves, cs assorted silk
Cases asstd trimming oords and buttons
Woolen and cotton fringes, Mack mantillas
Cases assorted stockings, do socks
Children's socks and stockings, silk and wool ender-ehirts
Ladies riding hats (great variety), Amazonia hats
. . Children's hat-trimming?, woolen cord and tassels
Artificial flowers, great variety -English
silk umbrellas, for ladies and gentlemen
Very superior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Ladies' fancy note paper and envelopes
Ladies' immitation oonva, do asstd flagons
Black eloth pants, do bucksliin pants fancy do do
Large assortment of different qualities cotton pants
Large assortment of half-woolen pants
Assorted cnvaf black satin vests, white pique do
Black Alpaca coats, pi:ot cloth, monkey jackets and pants
Scarlet and blue serge shirts, white cotton do
Lambs-wooi under skirts and drawers
Bleached and unbleached cotton undershirts and drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fancy cotton do. of different qualittea
Hickory shirts, common felt hats, superior felt do
Palm leaf b its, Leghorn do, silk suspenders
Bilk garters , ffton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
English saddles, hog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle cloths
Silver'd bits, stirrups and spars, riding wnis
Lasting gaiters, patent leather shoes, French calf boots
Wrapping paper, letter paper, ttmlseap do, bill do
Paint brushes, shoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, hair do, lamp do, pocket books
Water bottles (stone), room paper and borders
Painted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knives
- Table knives and forks, pen and pocket knives
Scissors and Jack knives, small chains, hooks and eyes
Rasps and files, assorted, bang screws
Iron and brass screws, locks, sponges. Ivory cosbs
Plated candle-sticks, with tulip shades, baffle combs
Pearl buttons, cast-steel hand saws, best English raisora
Ladies' pen and pocket knives, asstd ; pencil cases
Inkstandsnatch boxes, plated baskets, Ac
Wax tapers, Britannia metal, tea and coffee pons
Casks hollow ware
For sale by
IL HACKFEI.D A CO.
By the Agent Hudson Bay Company.
rWHN MAN'S IRON WIRE, assorted sixes
JL Fencing wire, linseed oil, turpentine, white lead
Black paint, green paint. Stockholm tar, pitch ; '
Groceries, perfumery .stationery j
Sheathing copper, assorted sixes ; composition nails, do
Ascbors ud chains, at Ike lowest Market rates
Iron, assorted sixes ; hair brushes, blue cloth caps
Assorted clothing, spnnyarn, ratline )
Assorted cordnge, tarred and Manila ;
Stilton cheese, hams, Byass' ale. sherry, port, brandy
Oeneva sauce, preserved meats and vegetables ;
Abernethy's biscuits, Lemann's biscuits.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERT,
Including fittings and trimmings of all descriptions for carriages
EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE.
Canvass of all Nos., huckabacks, stockings and hose ;
. Oreen, blue and white blankets ;
Long Cloth, various qualities ; madapoUms ?
Brown cotton, blue prints, mourning prints, moinns .
Crinoline, real cloth ; thread of all kinds, cotton drill ;
Linen drill, cambric banderchiefs, silk do, book musltn ;
Victoria lawn. Jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpacca
Black princetta. do lasting, silk umbrellas, cotton do ;
Alpacca umbrellas, ribbons, hljck Uoe miu, black silk ;
White silk, barege scarfs, broa-i eioLh ;
Silk saanUea, new styles cords and tassels ;
Woolen piaid for children's dresses ; towels, lace falls )
. White vesting green, white, brae and amber lebos
Blue flannel, printed aad plain barege ;
Gold lace, to li Uch ; combs, Ac, Ac., Ac
v CANDLES, la sreat war let y. -ft
YrEll JOHN GILPIN FROM , BOSTON,
BT to arrivei .
Bales brown eottoo, do denims, do bed-ticking.
Bales btae drill and Une esrton. es linen-bottots shirts,
.- V. White and blue cotton thread, kip brogans, goat do,
v Calf brogana, wvjtneo's shoes, asstd Uank books, Ae-,
, Patent cbarooal irons, paJm leaf aata, ant nails, whits lead.
Boiled linseed OB, spirits turpentine, oelestial blue,
' Chrome green aad enrone yHlow, Praasian brae,
! Shoe blacking. Arte, apples, cheese, hams, water crackers,
' Loaf and matted sagar, soda aM tMUn urackera, ' . 7 ,
.oaei raastna, do tobacco, etc etcw, etc '
f V. sale by . , 0. HAOSFECtJ. :
Wh j tp (.
I1866 N B
Perkins :1857! L
Wdlard )1856'N 4
Jemegan2dl857 N B
Hatha war JM7
!1856 N B I
Manchester 1857;x B
1856 X B
A 100! T50 1001
1855 N B
1857 N B
11857' X B
,1867(N B .
1856 Nan it
Califo" T 45 2100
.1857 N B
1866 N B
18f-7 N B
;i857'X B .
:1854 8 H
1857 X L
11856 N B
Halsey " 4
1856 X B
1855 X B
Uemnstead ,1857 X L
Grandsaine 1856 navre
1857 N B
1867 S B
1855 F H
1856 X B
(1357 X B
1857' Ed gar
1857 F II
il857 F H
!l&67 N B
1357 N B
1855 N B Kod'k
1355 O P I
1855 N B
1857 5i B j
' I 46
1856 X B
1857 F H
1856 N B
1857 X L
1857 N B
1855 X B
1857. N B
1857.N B .
120l 200 j
J U Pesse
L. B. King
.1856 X B
,1857 N B
1857 X B
1856 X B
1854 C 8
1856 F n
1856 X B
1S56 F II
11355 X B
1857 F n
,1856 C 8
1356 F II
1856 X B ,
1857 XB j
'1355 N B i
1856 S H
1S56 X L
ri357 N B
11855 X B
;1 857 Hono
1855 X B
1355 X B
il3.V! X B
l857 X B
1857 X B
1857 3 II
1S57 X B
140! 8001 140( 800
CAPT. ROBERT BROWN'S
WHALING GUN, PATENT BOMB LANCES
AND GUN HARPOONS.
AFTER SEVERAL TEARS LABOR AND
exierimeiitiiig upon whales, on the whaling ground, with
his apparatus, combined with the ad vantages of being a practical
wlialernaii, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain an instra
ment in form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective,
ness cannot be excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ship is colled
to the following testimonials.
Sax F a sci eco, January 10, 185.
Catt. R. Brows Sir. I take this opportunity to inform
you that we nsed those Bomb Lances we bought of you, and
found them to be of great ixnefit in capturing whales amongst
The first whal tlj.t we ncd the Bomb Lance on was killed
in the following manner , The boat went alongside of the whale
and the boat-vtnerer fired a Bomb into him and then fastened to
him with a gig iron : the Bomb was heard to explode, and the
whale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-raen-
tioned whale was in the ice, and it is our opinion that we should
not have gut that whale and many others that we did get, tf it
h.vi not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend
them to the attention of those fitting out whale ships.
Thoxas Wall, Master bark George.
nosoixix, March 17, 18M.
Capt. Roarrr Baown Afy dear Sir r I used roar Bona
Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, which matW
260 bbU. of oU. We never could have taken him without said i
Lances, as our boats could not get near enough to use the com
mon hand lance.
Yours Respectfully, ' I
G. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia.
Hosowxr, March 14, IK, n
1'apt. Kobekt Brown Dear Sir t I take this opportunity
to tnfurm you that I used your Bombs on the royage in the ship
Herald, and found them effective In taking whales, and would
recommend them to ail whalemen, and especially around the ice.
I also used the harpoon and got most of the w by your
Ouns and apparatus. V
Isaac Alls, Master ship HrraUL.
' Other testimonials ean be seen by calling on the undersigne.1,
Agents, who have the Ouns, Bomb Lances aad Harpoons for
14-tf R. COADV A CO- Honolulu.
PRUNES, IN GLASSES AND BOTTLES.
Sardines ia i and i boxes,
Stearine Candles, Salad Oil, demijohns Vinegar,
Assorted Pickles, Mustard. Pie Fruits,
Capers, Peppermint Losenges, Rocks and Prop,
Picnic Biscuits, Jtfaccarorii, Singapore black Pepper,
Sago, in bottles, Swiss Cheese,
Westphalia Hams, Sausages.
For sale by
63-tf H. HACKFELD A CO.
EX "GOLDEN STATE, U
TnE ENTIRE CARGO OF LUMBER RE.
oently arrived by the above schooner CSsa Uomnoidt, con
sisting in part as follows :
65 M 1-Inch Northwest Boards;
5 91 1-Inch Redwood do;
37 M Scantling, assorted Rises.
8S-tf " For sale by GEO. Q. HOWE.
IN A VARIETY OF
JLsv neatly and substantially, and on fair terms.
Music, Newspapers, Ac. bound to order. Poi
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Books, and Blank Books, made ta
order, officers of ships can have their Navigation and Log
Books, and Charts, bound and repaired, at toe Mission Office.
Kawaiahao. Old Books rebound at short notice.
Orders may also be left at H. M. W II ITN"ETS Book
tore, Honolulu. - &AJ1UKL RrnUKi i.
July L, 1S54UC
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF E. O. OF O. F.
and MASONIC REGALIA, constantly oa hand, such ml
Royal Arch, kt. M.s, P. G.'s, '
Encampment, Ac, Ac., Ae.
Military goods of all kinds eaa bo furnished to ordr.
83-tf Apply taC. A A1I.: ,K)0.
B. SALTS ST J.n.nitnn,
AND FOR SALE
from Boston, C. S.s . TT
10 E- Marten's Braady j 1
SO cases Champajrce Cider-,
100 kegs, 10 gaUona each, whisky. 1 4-tf
STtRiR r2R 4?i TO SOO TONS beat o.
light grwds, on Uie premises of the trndersigned
44 b. r. samw. .
' PANAilA HATS.
AFINW LOT. OF NAttIIOViraCniT.7 ra
nama Hats, nnntesaea. iuatjreeeivad ner oTukM . s
unpmaea, jvat received per 44 Tnli-V"
rw sale by
"-1 ? . w. . H. W. IvCi
, GUTTER. -
hi . .. ;
to the PoHisher, tfjII
J!y 18, on Kodiack, 4 whales
On Kodiack, June 39, t whales
On Kodiack, July 20, 4 whales
0a Kodiack, June 15, ean
On Kodlack, July 20, 5 whales
On Kodiack. May 29, clean
45) 650 August 19, sailed for New Zealand.
On Kodiack," July 26, 1400 brls ; wanting cat U
On Kodiack, July 1, 600 bbls
On Kodiack, June 25, clean
On Kodiack, July 20, 1000 brls
In port, shipping oil
900 1 loooo August 17, saiWd F"r New Zealand and boar
r SAILS! SAILST
fTHJR. SALE BIT THE UXDERA
U? the following SAILS, suitable for a read i
IViiaa, Ui :
1 new Topsail)
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. M. ttudding Sail
1 main Royal;
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, 1
1 Fare Topmast Staysail, v . '
ll?panker, ' Nearly new.
I Top Gallant-sail, )
1 set fron strapped CuUinr-in Block, with ehtit
complete. 93-tf M
F1ER m ELIZA tc ELLA. A tt
JL aMortment of Eastern Lumber, com'ftinf
- veuow fine Floorine, Workaa.
Snrncs do do do.
Half Inch Matched Cetfing, a tmpcrior art 9
. Wbite Pine worked Partition Bonrds-
Wide Coffin Boards. r"hlrsrW. Laths, an !
m.n r nni mvii u iTrtniii murt. hti
- NEW (iOODS!
DER MELITA AN IXVOICB
JL perior LIGHT C LOTHINu, adapted ts Tun -White
linen duck Costs,
White Marseilles du.
White linen drill Pants,
Black alpacca Frocks,
I07-tf For sale low by C. A. A l
SHOES ! j
JUST RECEIVED, PER MElr
small invoice of Shoes, as follows : I
Patent leather, glove top, Congrea
r.nameied t ongreM uaiters,
Eoameleil Brogans. .
107 tf For sale by C. A. k
TCvOR SALE 84.000 GERMAN .
JL to arrive In rptemher, iar bark HW'L,
i Rock haltto arrhw In M 1
ED. UOFTTCHLAEGER k 8111
fh AK JOIST, aata fine PUnk for ship csfl
jr is x stneb.
aw u-i'o, cvwmg owe, urns,
IDoable aol tutglc btocksVrhite Lead. 0m
Chrome YeRow, Prussian Blue,
English bailed LiBMcd Oil, Oold Leaf-
Foacbee it Cau valw alMrrr. hock, els'" t
cranua, rw J ctjwsrur. Caasnrtod,) 8wiss s'J".
bitten, frn "i-p"a, (aMtwted.) rtierry eordiskS'T
mm wa mmt BT ISS WX I
tx. JAMAICA GIXGEK-
TOtieT7tt5 1 CINC3NTRATE1
i.t.w voan DRATS, -l
. 4 Harness (br do.
WHIPSTER'S SPELLING B.
R. fits or
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nnc farina couogxs
rtby jl04-tfj ZJ-
nCIVED FROM -EJJ
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