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SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1883
Oil Tinea sad New.
When I tu young, crime was crime it had o other name;
Aad when 'twas proved against a man, lie bad 10 baar lite
Thay called tha maa who stoie, a Uif they wasted an fine
What folk, call petty larceny, in my day u called stealing.
They did not make a reprobate tbe theme of song and story,
As if tbe bloodier ware bis hand, the brighter was bis glory.
Aad whea a murder had been done, could tbey tbe murderer
Tbey hung him as tbey would a crow, a terror to mankind.
But now-a-days it seems to me, whenever blood is spilt.
The murderer has sympathy proportioned to bis guilt.
And whea tbe law has proved a man to be a second Cam,
A dozen jurors will be found to bring bim in insane.
Aad then petitions will be sigaed, aud texts of scripture twist
ed. And every effort will be made to have tbe law resisted.
Caul tbe man who proved to be as bloodthirsty as Nero,
Will walk abroad like other men, ouly a greater bero.
When I was young if a man bad failed, be shut up house and
And never ventured out at night, if be ventured nut at all.
And bis wife sold all her China platen, and hi son came lioiue
Aad bis girl left school, and leaned to wanh aud bake aud
such like knowledge.
They gave up cakes and pumpkin pies, and bad the plainest
And never asked folk borne to tea, and scarcely went to
Tbe man that was a bankrupt called was rather sbuaned of
Aad hardly dared to show bis bead among his low u. full then.
Bet aow-a-days when a merchant fails, they say be makes a
His wile don't have a gown tbe less, and hi daughters just as
His sons do smoke their choice cigars, and drink their eo-tly
II is wife goes to tbe opera, and be has folks to dine.
He wallks the street, be drives bis gig, men show bim all ci
viliiie, And wbat in my day were called debts, are now called liabil
Tbey call the man unfortunate who ruins half the city.
In my day it was bis creditors to whom we gave the pity.
ExlnsorsUaary Military Mcveineal 4 n
A may Skalea!
J)uriog the famous expedition of Louis XIV.,
this art of locomotion was used against, the Dutch
themselves in one of the most curious and daring
exploits recorded in history. When the States
sued for peace, the terms offered by the pride of
Louis were so monstrous, that the people tore open
their sluices and laid the country under water.
The frost, after s time, however, rendered even
this unavailing ; and at length Gen. Luxembourg,
one dark and freezing night, mounted 1,000 men
on skates, and sent them over the ice from Utrecht
to suprise the Hague. The result is given as fol
lows, by a writer who takes his fact from a French
When they left Utrecht, it was clear, frosty
weather, and the effect of the moon and stars upon
the even sheet of ice, over which they swept like
a breese, was truly magical. By degress, as they
advanced, the visible horizon of earth was ob
scured by vapor, and they could see nothing around,
above or beneath them, but a circular expanso of
ice, bounded at the edge by thick gray clouds, and
canopied by the starry curtain of the sky. The
strange groaning sound that ever and anon boomed
along the frozen wilderness had at first something
inexpressibly terrific to the imagination ; and as it
died fitfully away in the distance, the space sur
rounding them seemed extended almost to infinity.
They sky was at length gradually covered by the
vapors rising, as if from the edge of the circle of
earth ; a veil of dull hazy white overspread the
heavens and obscured the stars ; and a dim round
spot of watery brightness was the only indication
of the site of the moon, by which alone they could
now steer their course. A rapid thaw had now
come on ; their skates sunk deeper and deeper into
tbe ice at every step; and at last the water gather
ing upon the Burface, as it was agitated by the
night wind that had now risen, assumed the ap
pearance of a sea. The wind increased ; the sky
grew blacker and blacker; their footing became
spongy and insecure, and the ice groaned and
cracked beneath them ; they plunged almost to
the knee. Every one looked upon himself as lost;
and the horrors of a fate hitherto untold in story,
appearing to belong neither to the fortunes of the
land nor of the sea, appalled the boldest imagina
tion. At length a faint, twinkling light appeared in
the distance, sometimes seen and sometimes lost
in the varying atmosphere ; and tbey had the sat
isfaction, such as it was, of at least knowing the
relative bearing of the place on which they were
about to perish. The light proceeded from a strong
fort in the hands of the enemy, impregnable with
out cannon; and, what added bitterness to their
misery, was the certain knowledge that beyond
this fort was a dike, which in all probability af
forded a path, however narrow and muddy, by
which tbey could have returned to Utrecht. Tbe
fort, however, was the only gate to this avenue ot
safety ; and even if they had possessed the requis
ite means of siege, if it was defended for a single
day, they would either be swallowed up by tbe
water in tbe continuance of the thaw, or perish
miserably through cold and fatigue. But any
thing was better than inaction. The water insid
iously around them was a deadlier enemy than
stone walls or cannot shot ; and they determined
at least to make a rush uton the immovable ma
sonry of the fort, and provoke the fire of its de
fenders. It is impossible to account for the result.
It may have been that the sight of so large a body
of men rushing in ujon them, and as if from the
open sea, their numbers multiplied, and even their
individual forms distorted and magnified in the
mist, struck a panic ot terror into the hearts of
the garrison ; while this may have been increased
by tha shouts of courage or despair booming wide
ly over tbe icy waste and mingling like the voices
of demons with the rising wind. But however
this was, tbe gates of the fort opened at their ap
proach, and the hapless and half frozen adventur
ers rushed in without striking a blow.
Good in Eterthing. One day Father Madeleine
saw some country people very busy pulling up
settles ; be looked at tbe heap of plants, uprooted,
and already wilted, and said : This is dead ; but
it would be well if we knew how to put it to some
use. When the nettle is young, the leaves make
excellent greens; when it grows old it has filaments
and fibres like hemp and Sax. Cloth. ,made from
the nettle is worth as much as that made from
hemp. Chopped op, the nettle is good for poultry;
pounded, it is good for horned cattle. Tbe seed of
tbe nettle mixed with the fodder of animals gives
a luster to their skin ; the root, mixed with salt,
produces a beautiful yellow dye. It makes, more
over, excellent hay, as it can be cut twice in a
season. And what does the nettle need ? very lit
tle soil, no care, no culture ; except that the seeds
fall as fast as they can ripen, and it is difficult to
gather them ; that is all. If we would take a lit
tle pains, the nettle would be useful ; we neglect
it, and it becomes harmful. Then we kill it. How
much men are like the nettle !" After a short si
lence he added : " My friends, remember this, that
there are co bad herbs, and no bad men ; there are
only bad cultivators." Lts Miserable.
E" " stand upon the soil of freedom," cried a
stump orator. ;
" No," exclaimed his shoemaker, ft yon stand in
ft pair of boots that have never been paid for !"
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Madams Van Schaick's Cat and Rats. The an
ger of an Amsterdam lady was recently caused by
the mischance of Mynheer Diedrich, a zealous
member of one of the volunteers rifle corps of the
flat but handsome city, who, when practising at a
target, unluckily shot the cat of Madame Van
Schaick. Though full of rage and grief at tbe loss
of her favorite and bent upon revenge, the lady
was anxious not to do or say anything that could
implicate her husband in the affair, dreading lest
a duel between the two gentlemen might be the re
sult, and accordingly determined to avenge on
Madame Diedrich the death of the unfortunate
animal. She therefore sent private orders to her
husband's foremanMynheer Van Schaick is one
of the most extensive shipowners of the city de
siring him to have the holds of their ships search
ed for rats, and to send her fifty of the finest speci
mens of those creatures that he could succeed in
causing to be taken alive. The order was prompt
ly executed, and the rats, safely shut up in a large
chest, were despatched by the bereaved frau to the
country house whither the Deidrichs had betaken
themselves for the summer. The chest reached its
destination in safety, arriving just as the owners
of the place were enjoying the beauty of a lovely
summer evening. Madame Deidrich, who was ex
pecting a box of dresses from town, and supposing
the chest to contain the looked-lor finery, caused it
to be brought into the dining-rojm and opened un
der her own eyes. Her " feelings" when the lid
was raised and the avenging army leaped forth
from tbe ambush, may be imagined. Nailed to
tiie under side of the lid was these words :
MiDtsi-Vonr husband has killed my cat. I have the hon
or of seuiliug you my rau.
Yours, etc, Aotu Vss Scmica.
Professional Tact. A wealthy lady had a tick
ling in her throat, and thought that a bristle of her
tooth brush had gone down and lodged in her
gullet. Her throat daily grew worse. It was
badly inflamed, and she sent for the family doctor.
He examined it carefully, and finally assured her
that nothing was the matter it was a mere ner
vous delusion, he said. Still her throat troubled
her, and she became so much alarmed that she was
sure that she would die. A friend suggested that
she should call in Dr. Jones, u young man just
commencing practice. She objected at first, but
finally consented. He was a person of good ad
dress and polite manners. He looked carefully at
her throat, asked her several questions as to the
sensation at the Beat of the alarming malady, and
finally stated that he thought he could relieve her.
On his second visit he brought with him a delicate
pair of forceps, in the teeth of which he hud in
serted a bristle taken from an ordinary tooth-brush.
The rest can be imagined. The lady threw back
her head; the forceps were introduced in her mouth,
a pick a loud scream ! and 'twas all over ; and
the young physician, with a smiling face, was
holding up to the light and inspecting with lively
curiosity the extracted bristle. .The patient was
in raptures ; immediately recovered her health and
spirits, and went about everywhere sounding the
priise of her savior," as she persisted in calling
the dexterous operator.
Thb Money Valck or Civilitt. Civility is a
fortune in itself, for a courteous man always suc
ceeds in life, and that, even, when persons of abil
ity sometimes fail. The famous Duke of Marl
borough is a case in point. It was said of him by
a contemporary, that his agreeable manners often
converted an enemy into a friend ; and, by another,
that it was more pleasing to be denied a favor by
His Grace than to receive one .from other men.
The gracious manners of Charles James Fox pre
served him from personal dislike, even when he
was politically the most unpopular man in the
kingdom. The history of our own country is full
of examples of success obtained by civility. The
experience of every man furnishes, if he will hut
recall the past, frequent instances where concilia
tory manners have made the fortunes of physi
cians, lawyers, divines, politicians, merchants,
and, indeed, individual of all pursuits. On being
introduced to a stranger, his affability, or the re
verse, creates, instantaneously, a prepossession in
his behalf, or awakens, unconsciously, a prejudice
against him. To man, civility, is in (act, what
beauty is to woman it is a general passport to
favor, a letter of recomendation, written in a
language that every stranger understands. The
best of men have often injured themselves by irri
tability and consequent rudeness, as the greatest
scoundrels have frequently succeeded by their plau
sible manners. Of two men, equal in all other re
spects,' the courteous one has twice the chance for
Married by Telegraph. The Oswego (N. Y.)
Times says :
On Tuesday, 3d February, a marriage ceremony
was performed by the Rev. William Carr, chaplain
of the 4th Regiment New York State volunteers,
under rather novel circumstances, the clergyman
and bridegroom being in the city of Washington,
and the bride in the village of Fulton, Oswego
county, during the ceremony. The bridegroom is
a member of the 4th Regiment, and circumstances
prevented his being in Fulton to fulfill his engage
ment with the young lady. By mail the parties
agreed to have the ceremony performed through
the medium of the electric .telegraph. The day
and hour having been arranged, the parties repair
ed to the telegraph offices at tbe respective stations,
the fair bride accompanied tpy a female friend as
bridesmaid. The operator at Fulton officiated as
bridesman. The first dispatch over the wires re
lating to the affair was from Washington, inquir
ing if the lady was present. An answer in the
affirmative was returned, and the ceremony pro
ceeded. Three messages were sent to Fulton and
two transmitted to Washington, and the ceremony
was completed. The last message from Washing
ton was the declaration-of the clergyman pronounc
ing the parties man and wife.
fX An "old salt," who had been on a bender,
had got what might be termed sublimely mystified
by his frequent imbibings of the crilur." Sliv
ering along the street, he thought be wcnld go to a
theater, and pass the remainder of the evening.
Following some men he thought bound on tbe same
voyage, he found himself in what he thought to
le the pit, but it happened to be in a meeting
house, and the minister was preaching upon the
text wherein is mentioned the sheep and the goats,
and in order to make an impression upon his con
gregation he put the significant question : Who
would wish to be a goat?" and paused, and then
with still great jr emphasis said : " Who 6hallCe
Our tipsy sailor could not brook the delay, and
he at once responded : " As nobody else hie) will
be it, I'll be the (hie) goat rather than the play
(hie) should stop."
fX" A Scotch pedestrian, attacked by three
highwaymen, defended himself with great courage
and obstinacy, but was at length overpowered, and
his pockets rifled. The robbers expected, from the
extraordinary resistance they had experienced, to
lay their hands on some rich booty, but were not a
little surprised to discover that the whole treasure
which the sturdy Caledonian had been defending
at the hazard of his life, consisted of no more than
a crooked sixpence. " The deuce is in him," said
one of the rogues ; if he bad eighteen pence, I
suppose he would have killed the whole of us ! "
E"A Frenchman who had learned English wish
ed to be particularly polite, and never neglected an
opportunity of saying something pretty. One
evening be observed to a lady, whose dress was
fawn-colored, and that of her daughter pink,
" Madam," said he, " your daughter i8Btbe pink of
" Ah, monsieur, you Frenchmen always flatter,"
said the lady.
" No, madam, I only speak the truth," said he,
"and what all the world w.!l allow, that your
daughter is the pink, and your ladyship the drab of
jy Tbe Emperor of Austria has just ennobled
a Hungarian Jew an unusual act of liberality
which creates much commut in tbe Empire.
17 Modesty in a woman is like color on her
cheek decidedly becoming, if not put on.
tyotcls anu Restaurants.
MAC FAR LANE'S
MR. JAMES LEMOX BEGS TO AX
nounce to his friends and the public, that this celebrated
!!r Nnnu nf Knurt hu Utlv been thoroughly renovated
aad beautified, no expense havin been spareJ to render It the
most agreeable place in Honolulu for whiliug away a leisure
THE READING SALOON fi
is the most spacious, airy and charming room in town, shtSeVred
from the sua by a broad verandah commanding a magnificent
view of the country, and weU supplied with standard works and
are furnished with recherche beverages that cannot fan to please
the most fastidious; and, as a whole, the advertiser flatters him
self that the establishment is unequalled In this, and unsurpass
ed in any other community. 3
CORNER OF NUUANU & HOTEL STS.
TIIK UNDERSIGNED. Proprie
tor ofthecbove establishment, would inform
his friends and tbe public, that with bis ex
tensive stock of the lie-t brands of Wines
SuffTjWr.iiH l.innnr np R1I.I.IARD SALOO.N.
ROWLIXu'aL.LEYS. and centleinanly attendance, uuthiiig
s left wantiue for their comfort and amusement
OYSTER SALOON :
BETWEEN HOTEL. AND FKRETANIA STREETS.
THE PROPRIETOR OPTIIEnbere
?POri'LAR PLACE OK RESORT returns his sin
's cere thanks for the natronaee so liberally bestowed
yupun him, and respectfully solicits a continuance of
Z& Refreshments of all kinds may be had at all hours and
I T a articles supplied are :lie best the market affords.
OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE TO SUIT!
Pigs' Feet, Weitphali Ham, Clams, lobsters, Sardines,
Pies, Cakes, etc., etc., etc.
TEV, COFFEE ANU CHOCOLATE.
Residents and stranifirs are requested to call, and every at
tention will be paid to their comfort and convenience.
XT In order to conform to thr necessities of the times, the
proprietor has determined to supply his customers at
Orders promptly filled and refreshment sent'ro any part of the
"44 3m GUSTAVE SCHNEIDER.
French Hotel Oyster Salooon !
NEAR Dr. HILLEBEAND'S DRUG STORE.
VV F. LUBE BEGS TO INFORM HIS
Y many friends and the public generally, that he is, as
heretofore, prepared to se-ve them with all the luxuries of the
season, at the shortest p'asifcie notice, as well as
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE
COFFEE, TEA, SUPERIOR CHOC
OLATE, Ac, t&c.
XST The premises are centrally located, well ventilated, and
all visiting them may rely upon good attendance and the best
endeavors of the proprietor to give most perfect satisfaction.
Thankful for past favors, a continuance of patronage is so
licited. (y Terms very reasonable.
N. B. A superior Billiard Tabli on the premises. 4-2 ly
German Ocean Restaurant !
Tbe aade-r-ianed beita le-nve to inform
!!!: his friends and the public in general, that he has leased
LiiLthe almve named establishment, in King Street,
in connection with his spacious accommodations for Lodging-
at the French Hotel premises, he feels himself prepared to at
tend to the wants and comforts of those who may favor him with
Everything will be to order at the shortest notice.
Mechanics and business men will find ns ready and waiting at
the earliest hour. The Tallies will be supplied with everything
the market affords.
Breakfast from 6 to Dinner rom X to Supper from S
Board OO per week. Single meals 25 cents. Furnished
rooms 60 per week. Lodgings 60 cents per night.
"-- JOHN DAVIS, Proprietor.
THE PROPRIETOR OF TIIE
.."N above well kniown establishment tenders his
tfCy"2k. ""lcere thanks for the patronage already ex
m Vi 1 1 "i. af tended to him by the public, and wishes to
J- fji.'j J . say, that it is still his intention to keep it
WHAT XT IS, A
X-ii'wt Class House !
The Proprietor is determined to extend such accommodations
to those who will patronise him, as cannot fail to give the utmost
33 6m A. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
BOOK & JOB
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
VAxizziTir or style,
Executed promptly and neatly
ON TIIE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
WE HAVE A MOST VARIED
assortment of material appertaining to a complete
Printing Office, and we would particularly call the attention of
our friends and the public generally, to our large
and beautiful assortment of Plain, Orna
mental and Illuminated
And Plain and Fancy NOTE and other Papers, which those
desiring a really good article, neatly printed, are
especially invited to call and examine.
In fact, any kind of Printing, either Plain or Ornamental, on
any quality of Stock tliat may be desired, on terms as rea
saonable and in astyle equal to anything ever executed
In Honolulu. Our specimen books are open to the
inspection of the Public, who are respect&Qy
invited to call and examine
3-N. B. .All kinds of FANCT PRINTING In Color' and
Bronae, done with care and in a style not to be surpassed
on these Island. . -
To be Sold or Let.
THA ELEGANT AXD COMMODI
OUS family mansion, EMMA HOUSE (built two year
ago, at a cost of $9,500), lately occupied by the Hon.
I C.reet and his family.
fm.. wiihine to see the House can apply to Mr. N. Fuller,
who resides iu the adjacent premises, lately occupied as the
Government Offices. tf
EEAL ESTATE FOR SALE !
TIIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS fsrsale
That Desirable -Residence
In Nuuanu Valley, adjoining the premises of C. Brewer 2d,
Esq., and CapL J. Paty. There are two acres of choicest Gar
den land, well stocked with fro it and ornamental trees. Tha
house contains a large parlor aud dining-room, two large bed
rooms, one small do., diessing rooms, panto, China closet,
store-room. There is a good cook room, servants rooms, sta
ble, carriage house, tool house, wood shed, c, .c Title
Fee Simple. Terms easy. Inquire of J. W.AUSTIN, Esq., or
30 tf J. FULLER.
For Sale or Lease!
THE IIOCSE AXD IAXT OSf TIIE
JL'iitL corner of Beretania and Punch Bowl Street.
Hie house contains 7 good Rooms, outhouses all couip.cie.
Water laid on. The houKC is suitable for a large family.
4 tf Apply to SAM. SAVIDGE.
m-TO BILLET! -f-fi
33-THE SPACIOUS HOUSE ON WAIK1KI
Plain, lately occupied by Mr. Jarrett, with its Outhouses and
Hutry immediately. Apply to
2jj tf U. C. HARRIS, Attorney at Law.
Kenl Estate for Sale!
THE r.DF.RSICi.VEU offer for sale cmi nuxl-
Merate termn, the House and Lot on the corner of Bere
tania and A lakes streets, owned by Mr. B. Pitman, and
at present occupied by Mr. A. J. Cartwrijrht. It is one of the
bt residences in town. Title fee simple.
For particm apply to H. HACKf ELD A Co.
Honolulu, April. 51
BARIC R. W. WOOD :
AXD OFFERED FOR SALE BV
THE lIl)ERSIOiED :
Consisting in part as follows :
LUE MOTTLED TWILLS
Silk and half Silk Ribbons,
Black and White Linen Thread.
Black Alpacca Coats,
White Satin Pants,
White figured Vests,
Blue Serge Shirts,
White Linen do.
Assorted Felt Hats,
Italian Straw do.
Calf Gaiters and Sea Boots,
Cotton and Merino Socks,
Sailor Pocket Knive9
Saw Files and Thimbles,
Iron Pots, Fencing Wire,
An assortment of Crockery, viz.: Bowls, Mugs
Rice Bags, Rapeseed Oil,
Corks, Looking Glasses,
Flour of Sulphur,
Gin & Brandy,
A fine assortment of
PARISIAN BRONZE WARE !
Ed. UOFFSCHLAEQER A STAPEXHORST.
Just Eeceived per " Cambridge !"
F210XVX SAT? rHAXJCISCO!
A HOl.LS PATE.VT ASPHALT ROOFING
5000 sheets Sheathing Felt.
For sale by
JAXIOX, GREEX 1 CO.
tiC HALF BARRELS, EASTKR.V CRCSH
M.jyj ed.es "Radura." For sale by
30 C. BREWER A CO.
Boiled Linseed Oil & Spts, Turpentine
OP BEST O.CAUTT, In 5 gtdU Una.
For sale by
41 ToxHOLT at HEVCK.
On Hand-3,000 Double Wat Bags !
TTHJR SUGAR, PADDY, RICE, etc., etc.
X For sale by
tosHOLT A HEUCK.
THE aderaigaetl TkK ! inform their friends
that they hare established a branch of their house at VIC
TORI A, V. I., under the management of Mr. Henry Rhodes and
under the style of J ANION 4c URKEN, for the transaction of a
general Commission business. Particular attention will be piad
to consignments of Sandwich Island produce.
J ANION, G REE fc CO.
Honolulu, May 10,l9.9. S-tf
t -5 V' Ji?'
n.e c eive CL Toy
AND FOR SALE:
do Surface Planed
Extra Wattund Coals
Flour Bakers' Extra
FROM BOSTON, VIA SAN FRANCISCO!
Cases Wo.'i Calf Peg'd Buskina
Ladies' Kid Ties
" Misses' Slippers
" Misses Coots
" Red, Striped and Check Shirts
" Charcoal Irons
" llmdlrd Axes
E-gie Plows, No. I, 2, SO, S3, I, 78
Iron and ?.eel Shovels
&c. &c. S.C.
II. W. Hill OH:
rEIMIOI.DT & SO.VS WESTPIIA-
Aew Bologna Sausages,
Very fiue French Chocolate,
Paper Shell Almonds,
Demijohns Pearl Sago, 8 lbs. each,
" " Barley, 3 lbs. eacL,
IlIf-bblsCriishM & I.oaf Sugar,
Small Dutch Cheeses.
Prunes in tins,
Prunes in glass,
Fresh Oysters, 2 lb. tins.
Fresh Oysters, l lb. tins.
I-2 & I-1 tins Sardines,
California Clear Lake Cheese,
Boston Crush'd Sugar,
Snu Francisco Crackers.
IN CASES AND TINS.
For sale at cheap rates,
jUST RECEIVED PER 'ARCTIC '
New Malaga Raisins
Kits No. I Mackerel
Boxes Freeh Codfiih
Fresh Corn Starch
Kegs Pearl Sago
For sale by
OFFER FOR SALE TO ARRIVE, PER Am.
bark "ARCTIC" and per Haw. schooner "KATE PAR
GEANT," from Boston
Cases Lin wood Denims,
M Saddles, Bridles and Bits,
Iron tinned Spurs, Cow tide Whips,
Invoice of Doors and Sashes,
Fine Copper Wire Cloth for Centrifugals,
Axe Helves, Hoe Handles,
Patent Charcoal Irons,
Hunt's handled Axes and Hatchets,
Palm Leaf Hats,
Shoe Blacking. Shoe Brushes,
Black Writing Ink.
Invoice of Stationery, consisting of Blank Ledgers, Journals,
Day and Cash Books, Memorandum Books, Note Paper, Vc, Ac,
Tobacco, "Dragon" brand, tn small kegs.
Tobacco. "Buckner" brand, in kegs,
Barrels Prime Pork,
Barrels Bright Tarnixh,
Dried Apples, in kegs.
email Manila Rope, ". 1, I V and IV (neb,
Ash Oars, 13. 14, 16, 17 and Id feet long,
.White Pine Plank,
Hard Red Bricks,
ate. Ac Ac.
49 tf H. HACKFELD A CO.
AIX PERSOSM ha wins; Claim glnt Us Estate
ef the late General Wm. Miller, arc requested to lodge the
am with the undersigned on or before the 1st of November
Attorney In tact for the Executor.
October 10th. 18GS. 34 tr
von HOLT & E3EUGK!
PER BARK ..
K. W. WOOD!
ASES BEST STYLES FANCY PRINTS,
Bales White Madapolan and Shirtings,
White Imperials and sup. 72 in. Sheeting,
Cases Saddles, Side-Saddles,
Cases Whips, Saddlecloths, extra Girths, etc..
Sup. Pilot Cloth Monkej Jackets,
Do. do. do. Pantaloons,
Woolen, half-woolen and Cotton Pant.
A lew piece of Printed Cashmeres, for Dresses aad Dressiug
Best quality Playing Cards,
Butcher Knives, Jack Knives,
Drilled eyed Sharp, No. 1 to Id,
Fine Pocket Cutlery,
One ease Yellow Beads for Natives,
Large sixes Drawer-Looking Glaasea,
An assortment of fine French Felt Hats, assd eWY
S mille only of the sop. Princiue Ha v. Cl;wi
THE FOLLOWING CHOICE
W AJNTjEUS 2
SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE
20 cases u Liebfraueiimileli,"
HO do. u lied Assniaiiiishausfr of
IO do. "Marcobruuner,"
u Joliaiinisberser,r' etc.
Cases 13 and lS-bbl casks Genuine i
HoU's Oln !
From Sim Ryenbende A Sons same article as formerly us
Superior Black and Blue Broadcloth,
An assortment of Merino Undershirts, Black silk Cravats
Ladies' and Gent's White Kid Gloves, Gauntlets,
- ALSO :--
Superior Hosiery for Ladies, Gents and Children,
Best quality Gaiters, for ladies and gents. Fine laq. Shoes, etc,!
etc etc. etc.
(17 For sale at reasonable rates,
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT Sta.
The splendid new Dutch Clipper Ship
742 TONS per Register, from
With a complete assortment of
(Including SEW and DASHING STVIW of PRINTS),
Expressly selected for this Market.
4tf JANIOX, GREEN A CO.
IN CASES OF 4 DOZ. EACH.
Just arrived !
And For Sal By
MELCHXR3 A CO.
SUGAR A1YD MOLASSES
Metcalf Plantation !
T7OR SALE In ., quantities to salt Purchasers!
ALDRICH, WALKER At Co.
January IS, 1863 38tf
SUGAR A1VD 3IOLASSKS
TTHJR HALE in qaa title, to a.lt Irchsr-J
ALDRICH, WALKER A Cu
January 18, 1S63. 8tf
IT! CASKS OP Or. each :
Id boxes of 100 each. Warranted a first rate article.
For sal by
41 . to-HOLT ss BF.rCK.