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A X-irr mf Ihr lo.ul rlh.
W" !njr ".Mr .Viiiitry." umr t-MLt
W uh ad l-ued voic- aful ce ;
H-r fcann-r droop. n clouded l.Ll
Ir"ith th i.trry sky.
Well p 11 ire hrr once ir g-jlln win-
Y.r1..T th star hv- t ;
Th..i;'h dim "r r"MTiin orb r. ay .'.in-.
W? hav" a Country y.
Twfrr vain to ipl -.Vr error, pa-t.
The fault of irn oc-.ii. ;
Our Ulirr fcivl th- tt.mb-i.ii.g hut
Anl pik-d hi 'j-e V pun ;
Jl tlw tar-'rathl i.ii-a fall
tjr rn.fi in.a-W t rn ;
But it frun the b-tf r..l vail
That luzhni their r;u;r t' ern r
Wfcit th'nh thir ar.rry cry i Rang
Arfrm fh hw'inir wirr
Th .mite tr air with Hl t.nzu.
Th" K'hrnrr "f.tn wlm r.r:irr ;
Erwinrb of .prh '. th- truir.o-t r.nr ;
fW iVrt. pafint. calm
Owl help Them if tl- tetxi.-t .winr
Th? inr iru- l th palm '
Our tnilv.m y-r hav- mad u tux ;
Our tm?th ha l- ut.f. It ;
The fuTa-w-fcr- i tow t rl.ii.-
Thai hUln aut pIuhhAfv. u-lt ;
1i hart ta o the bread tlry win
la pite ot Xatur' frown.
Tn fir up the iroo thr-vN w pio
That fi nor wrb of town..
To nee the nt'ir.f turl.tne -tan-1
Feir the emptied Cum-.
To toti the arm th-t fl'l tbr Lwl
With rir from thnr lni
Bat bsrW CU (r tbov who fc-aro
The troth tnrff to
Wta oner Of ir lombrrtttx pii n t urn.
The pewrful ar the flrxtig '.
Thr L"rJ Ut' mrrjr on ll vrak.
AimI ralm thHr frtiti'-l ir.
and a ur fotfir m thry ahrirk
phj'J w.th Sortlirn flrr !
Th rairl hull tui ntounUin h-iht
The Iikt pacr h. 1 n
Oi- all tlv ccoutry, ch hi riht !
0'1 krrp 4 " ' Amrn ! Roitnn A If
Ilv t!i; faVwr f C.ij-t. lJ -in:tt f tht; .-t'Mlii'T
SnJ'l I'ruz, t,.t'.' r.-o-iv-'i ail .!' '.f Ail 2,
ont.iiuin l;iti.T uIvi'-- fruiu Mi at cuiitra
Jictiiii; t!i firt awuntsof tli ll-ittlc, uii-1 cli'jw
in,; a L-'iiuj.'.-to viVt-jry of t!i; fV!-ral trs.
'J'llK N:w. Til" ii-w t wr J u'.linli this
l inriuii kijs tl .til", a uiii-T'iii iia.-;
' a'bft-tiitT u-iii tlitf tilit at Sjriiiu-M. i'-I
I til-re acliifc'i ii plnns victory, though tl.t;
j ol-is wT! f'::trful!v against Jiim. He fc" 1st t!ti
flight of tli; liattl;in tli;-n'tiirs camp, aii'l Ii'-xt
Jay f.-ll fiack uj-ii .prinliiM, t ii- rtlK.Ir 110
l when: showing t t-m-.-l vcs. lia.1 fully lualu
I up th; Hull Jluti diAwttT. A full report of tin:
I'ra'.-iu'-iit ap-UM frf-IoW. Lyon was l.rc-tl
ifiu the tiIit. As it wa.', Iiowt-vi-r, i-wry thing
turne-J out lor the h-st. The day was ours.
The following is from a cvrrefpoii'Ient of the
t. Ihmvt rnt, w!io witiie-'J the J-aitle ii'.ar
SFfc!S.ii:i.P, Mo., An,; lltli.
Night ! fore la.t a little army of fifty-two hun
dred, forui-d in two toluiiiii, on a lnareh of 12
or 1-j miIt-, to att-iek a fndy of re!j;N axiut 22.-
M0 strong. In a military jioint of view, the
iiiov w,h one of doubtful proi.riety, not to say
J a!h)lute rashness. The larger force Were, with
the exception of three thoiixind nieti, well armed
and ruipifd, and they had a very large body of
cavulrv, hut the oue.-tion of nvacuating Sprinir-
j C-Id, the key to enter the nouthweht, hail already
leen Ui.s-ii.hsi1 and settlel in the negative.
ien. Sig'-l. with six pieo-s of cannon, hit own
regiment and that of Co!. Sdoiiions, moved into
I a utlierly direction, nian-hiiig alout lo miles.
p:if.i!ig around the extreme outh-eastern camp
of the enemy, and halted until daylight, or for
the sound ol artilery from the north-west to an-
t notince the oj.-ning of the little.
I fieii. Lyon, with the volunteers coinTxjsing the
'Missouri First, Lieut. Col. Andrews; Iowa First,
Lieut. Col. Arrit; Kansas First, Col. l)ietzhr,
J and S?-jiid, Col. Mitchell Hart; part of the
that Of removing the ' detaehment of I0 men fr.., C..I U v,,.,.,'.'- 11!!.
J From thr Pol jr u-Ln.
la r Itrafla.
CoxsctATT or Tiir L'mted St.ts or Amkbica,
;"th S?pt., l.nfil.
Ml Editob : A sense of July to myself, ttl others.
alnn, induces me to sk a pfice in your prtner fr the
purpose cf making a statement, and defending the
official action of tliU ollice.
The d.iy after my arrival here, while walking tile
fttreets with Judge Bordeo, hesid be had Leen rojuire-1
ta perform ta unple:vsant duty
late Consul and took from hi pocket and read nois regiment; three or four companies of luount
U me the annexed letter, showing the authority upon j 1 Home fi'uards ; a force of regulars about MW
which he acted. The last pragrnph of that letter j s-oiig, and two batteries of four and bix pieced
. . l . i . , 1 riit?i-tivclv, left Springfield about eight o'clock,
would have been unnot.ced by me. if he had not asked M li;arcllillgllitesn,y ul)s KUt o A. j j
me. if yoo (1) bad received any instructions on that w,ea we halted for two hours ; at which time
point. to which I replied I had not." He then sai l. , Capt. (filbert's company of regulars, and Maj.
according U my distinct recollection, I presume, then, lcrhaus' battallioii were thrown out as skirm-
! t . .i rt- r . ,. ,:,.u fliers on either fide of the column, and we moved
you w til draw vour urarts as formerly, to which, of i r . -, r.i . -i
J J t-. ,i t e forward on the sides of the hrst ridge on the weft-
coure. I assented. It is due to Judge Borden that I j ern siJ,. of tl. vaijey. Col. Blair's regiment, at
ahould ay, that I am informed bis recollection varies j ten minutes after eight o'clock, encountered a
omewh.it from mine, but substantially it is the same. heavy force of infantry not less than a full regi-
He thinks he asked me ifyou (I) knew that the rule j nient and after a abort contest, they gained the
hail bvti changl, X" which I respondcl I did not.', summit, and the defeated rebels dispersed rapidly.
Of curie, I could know nothing of the change vt a rule, ! going in a direction which rendered it inipos.-ible
the existence of which I was wholly ignorant and this f.,r any considerable number of them to again par-
wbat is called an " official notice." ! ! ! ! ticirate in the lattle.
lo tlit ifliee I win iuformed 1 Mr.! -i' .. . . . .i
On returning to the ..nice x wan IUIoin.e.1 hj -Vlr. Trr,.n' Ritterv then t!trevr i few b JIs -., r.H-U
SiUIroan that vo letter from the Department or from e to ,JriiW oUt ,,. wmJ-H ,.,. Col. Blair's
the Commiseioner wx on file, or h:id been rece.ved at r,illlt.Ilt a,lva.-ed H.rward and were met bv
thia office, and not unt, long at.er mr drafts were j "m.u j , .KilIK.nt f Iuisian a Inx,
drawn, wan anything said by Jude liorden to me, or . r S -.. . . r - . .i
by me to bin. on the subject ; nor has any official com- I vrhu, ,af5T 14 ,"tt,.r c"" 't ",f 4 , "'.,;t, s'
municatioa been rccii.edb y me on the subject up to "cecb-d ... roiitu.g, though r-uCermg . verely
this date. I themselves. Capt. Itthmps Company of llille
Soon aVter the draft drawn by me bad been bus- I Kccruits now assistttl them, and t..g iher they,
pended, and some returned, I obtained, through the j tl Map Cbsterhaus' men, nioVel tip the second
kindness of the prsent Commissioner, a copy of the : nill, which was considerably Lmgi-r than the first,
annexed letter ; and not a doubt rents ou my minu now, i and meeting a third regiment, finally Micceeded
that the letter was originally intended to apply, alone-, j in driving them back, with the assistance of Tot
to tbe Vice-Consul, who had teeu left in charge, and j ten's Ilattery, gaining the summit,
wbo were discharging the duties after Messrs. l'ratt ' In this part of the fight the gallant Missouri
and Chandr "bad ben superscled," and to such a- Volunteers acte-d bravely, inde--d no words of
puinteea as Judge Borden should temporarily place in , JiTaige more th in jy t,..fll jll!iti(V. I)uris
office. I could readily see tchu that course should be !, - . ....: 'r
pursued as to them ; but 1 cannot see why it should ap- . n . , r . .
tn thiwi who hail enven honJs mr a larire auinunt
io the Unite.1 States fur the f.ithrul discbarge of their ; . t.ng ag:t.nst C apta.n
duues." If it was inteiKl.-d to apply to the regularly ! N r,ohl 8 Cavalry, sheltering thems.lv.-s U-b.nd a
apwmted c.nsuls of the islands, why should not the ! fen' c- lr,;lin 1 "1 C aj tam C.ilU-rt,
n.niul i IHIa beembrjce.1 That the who e was an af- wiiu ineir coiiiini.-s marcneu fiosc up to me
ter thought, and brought about by means known to "nee, 'and delivered an etb-ctive f:re, but were
me. but which I forbear t comment upon, I am fully j compelled by great xlds to retire, which they did,
prepared to show. Aud I have evidence in my posses- j but again renewed the attack.
nkn that an effort baa been made to make that letter, The enemy K ing largely reinforced, and lav
( whether a a tenijorary or permanent instruction) j ing now at feast 3 ,000 men, jumped over into the
apply toother matters. hu embraced in it, aud thereby ' cornfield, and Captain Hummer's gallant com
fo bav an ex pntjacto operation. ! mand w;vs immediately threatened with annihila
te present Consul at Ltthna had his attention tiln Thev retreated rapidly, firing as they did
.y..j - -j - r. - si,, W,on laeut. Hutxus having got his Lattery
jnrr.u.Bc..w...-.-..a "'"j under headway on the hill near the Missouri
f. J"'! ;r.,r:. ;r.,i r j volunteers, seeing the position of affairs on the
payment of the draflsl call, don the present Commis- PP-wte ot the valley threw, in the mst
ioner, and ma.Ie full exhibit of my accounts for the, ! rm ,se ". several shells, which exploded
quarters ending the Z I t ilarch and the 30th June, ! JU!" " y re-acm-t me uenso ma.ss 01 .-c.-ssion-aod
a full statement of the draft drawn to meet them, j , scattering them lif. b so on the ground in
and he very kiudly, and promptly, endorsed the whole; j scores, while all who could were glad to run for
and his Certificate was sent to the Jparttnent of Mate ! tlcai life. The gallant men in Col. Iliair's
on the uth Aug.. IStit. This course I h.ve taken (and regiment were now ordered hack, and their pos
shall hereafter take) to protect and facilitate those m- tion taken by the I wa First. bVn. Lyon had
terested. and who may hereafter be interested protest- : a p.K,r opinion of the fighting qualities of these
ing. however, agtinst the construction moic put up,n ( nien, f.-rmetl more from" Mipp,sition than upon
tbe letter of the 6th of S-plrmbrr Utt. , real f;i;iure in duty. Hut now the time had
It i to me a source n. t only of vex.tKn but of roor- ,,,me f(.r ,lim t( wtcne hl:S judgment, which ho
ATCew.w. k.at an al i ffltll If taw M Kfill 1. 1 Iv3 r Vt r..wr n in (ho I ... .... J . n
"""r"; i i. r i ." ." , , '"v did artcr their first repulse of the enemv.
war of the dbtuu-ce of duties as6inel me by tbe laws .r. r i . i i . i . i i
.- - t, . (j . , Thev fought like tigers, drove the enemy liuck,
and instructions placed in my bauds for my guidance. . r-., , ,, ' . .. J '
I am tbe more eet-sitive on this point f..r the rean that a.n,d f"' UP ,ntf vantage gained for a con-
r .i.a k;. .. in.l v . ;, , si f 'rable listance.
un-ler peculiar circumstances and at personal and pe
cuniary sacrifiis not on political or partisan grounds
having but a short time previously resigned a much
more important and lucrative office (important as
tbia is) because I would not consent to hold anv office
as a partisan, and because I desired the quietude and '
- . m l . 1 .- 1 - !
comiorts oi a nouie anu uuiuwuo circie, alter navinz
Capt. Mits.ui, Company C, was killed as coon
as his regiment was engaged. Lieut. Pierce was
mortally wounded. Major Porter and Col. Mo
witt escaped unharmed.
The Kansas 1st and 21 regiments were now
ordered forward to supjjrt the right flank of the
Zouaves. Col. Ireen's regiment of Tennessee cav-
Gvemment for upwards of twenty-five ; alrv. bearing a S-ccsfion llasr. now ehar -ed min
Under Administrations of different politics, in I our wur,d,-d, who were rirtiallv guarde.l by one
or two companies of mlantry. eving the inove
meut, Capt. Totten poure-d a few rounds of can-ni-stcr
into their their ranks just in time to save
ours-ick men from being trampled to death, dis
persing the rcticis so completely that nothing
THK GREAT BATTLE
til2,()0 .ti lx-I C ic :ilc!
by 5000 I-Vdc-rsilN!
General Lyon Killed!
rl'Ii Ciinip ':i il 1 1 !! I
i . .
jThe Young German General, Si
gel, the Hero of the Battle !
f.jr over three hours,
u M-ij-.r StarN. Tl.
j rf ikt- tbe heights
driveu, but v.-.-re ga!-
iifa o!.l. m if ever e.i!eI,
and it e .nliuu'- f for t- leu
'l'he C'l.iimaii 1 devolved up.
enemy n.iile r-'pea'ed n,f'.-r.p
fr .ni wi.icii t!iey had Lttu
li.-itiy r-iii!se-d etch time.
1 he Illinois teiriintiit b-.-lijvel witri al
lrtv ry, e';di-i fr never eiju i!!e 1 1 iviii'
im 1--3 t'. rthe benefit of th? re! !, by lyins
t:ie er uu i until the en.-in r cime ur ir ein
tntui j s e
p..ir a i j
reniaia iu pi
' t! it on
tne:r eyebrows, vheieup ju tnt-y WoUid
y v.l'.ey it,t- t!ie:r p. neliTs, aud then
sos-iou . f the tieid.
Hfcirly every capacity, including the present, the offices
have literally sought me.
I hope to be excused fbr a few words personal to my
self. It is known that there are many applicants for
this office, doubtless under the delusion that it is what
it traj in other days cue of a very lucrative character
and every vessel that arrives brings Some surmises
of some one being certainly about to be appointed
These surmises do not affect me in the least. When it
pleases the Government to supersede me, 1 shall, with
much more cheerfulness surrender, than receive, tffice
which has co charms for me. Lut for the information
of those who may be interested I can say that I have
already asked to be recalled, or to have the privilege of
saying when I shall withdraw. It is to me a matter of
perfect indifference how my application may be an
swered as answered it certinly will be soon.
In closing this first and lat publication, I should not
do justice to my own feelings if I did not acknowledge
tbe very great kindness which I have received ofiicially
and personally from every one with whom I have been
connected during my brief residence here, and the re
jrret 1 shall have in parting with valued friends. They
will ever live in my memory.
Your obd't serv't, Joii.v A. I'arkeb,
I'. .S Consul.
I more was seen of them during the day.
NO. Ii. IU:rRTMFST of St ATE.
Washington, oth ik-pt., lS-;0. $
To James W. Hoanrs, Eso... &c., &c, kc. :
Sir : -The President has deemed it his duty tn su
persede Consuls Pratt and Chtndler. in their official
character at the ports of Honolulu and Lah:ina.
As the gentlemen selected to fill the vacancies have
not signified their accept i nee. I have to rei"iiest you to j
r AC I. (. J ... . v w. . m .. .w. . - 1 1 1 .tie I 'II llll v III
fjuctioii of th perons I. ft by the late Cunsuls in the
discbarge of their oilicial duties during their abs-uce.
If you are entirely satisfied cf their fitness and integ
rity, the "department has not the slihte-t di-po-i'ion t.i
..... ... ii'
lut if tlie pub.ic , T
uen. Lyon now iiesired the Iowas to prepare to
meet the next onset of the enemy with the bayonet,
immediately after firing. They said, "Give us a
leader and we will follow to the death !' On came
the nemy, in overwhelming numbers, confident of
io time could lie lost to select a leader.
I will lead you," exclaimed Lyon ; come on !'
and, pi. icing himself in the van, received a f.tal
bullet j ist at the pit of the stomach, which killed
The lowas delivered their fire, and the enemy re
treated so there was no need of charcintj 1 ajv-net9.
i General Lyoi's body was carefully picked up and
I conveyed toward the ambulances by two of his boJy
Ou the Tuesdiy niht previous he had arranged
f x a night attack upon the enemy, but siiiirul.irly
found himself delayed two hours behind the pre per
time for starting, by rumors of a skirmish on the
prairis west of the town, and the attack wis post
poned. Wt(nesUy. he siid fume: "We!!. I It-lieve ur
term f soldiering is ab nit completed. I have tried
earnestly to discharge my whole dury in the Govcru
inent. and appealed to them fi r reinforcements and
upf lies ; but they do not come and the enemy is
getting the advantage of us."
He then called a council c f w ir, at which there
was nearly a unatiimous voice f jrevaou uing j ring
fieM. Genera! Sweeney pleaded anxioii-Iv npiin-t that
I Course, declare I it would In the ruin of the Union
cause in that quarter of the Mate, amt urced a
battle as soon as the cr.e:ny were within striking
distance He also pointed out the I -.-s of reputa
tion to the general and his i.fiicers which wuuld
ow sach a crurse. Mis eoit:i.-el decide 1 the
disturb the existing arrangement.
f"!1 " "I '--.-VrV.TV.'' r course to be pursued, and therefore when the biicLle
hesitate to make it. bv rrovidinz for the temporary di-- . . - - . . 1
Charge of the dofie of the Consulates.
In any event, I have to inform you. that no drafts
to meet disbursement on account of American seameu
will be cnid unless tbe accounts shall have been first
submitted to you, and your approval regularly endorsed
were to leave
Xct le.'ore we
quartermaster miuirel wticti we
Springfield, General Lyon iirliel.
! are whsppe.1.
1 his w:n the prorer course to pursue. If he re-
treatel without a battle, he would certainly have
! . I 1 !.,.. ,f..i .. .. i : i i
... .aI. unanlt .Irrvft nf C Lll' l full Will drptlll f.i ' V
--" v ' - i an-i very iiiieiv have his retreat entireiv cut otf.
apprise partie coiicerned. After beir.i woui.de 1. he exclaiine-I to Major
1 . A,r M f 1. IrttiA linnll rtil.OrO.1 IJ t Ii A I a - T ...
iWrui.a,u.w .... .uur, uuu.., ... jiji,,,, "The diyis lost;" but the .Major said.
receiveu at iuc ihiuicui.
I arn Sir, your obedient servant.
(Signed) Lmv. Cass
Tfie list retiul-.- cf the em mv was the most c'o-
rious of all, and was parti-.-ijiate 1 in by liieinbers of
tveiy reitueut Cti tic; tieid.
Toe enemy came fre-h, and de.jeived our men by
1 rii )j:in2 a L'nion tlag, i.-iu-ins; them to believe igel
was makit g a jur.L-tiou with cur forces, lii-cvering
the ruro j ast iu time, our pa'lurit l-ys rushed upon
tl.e enemy, who, haii.j luiir cannon, were in the
p'jint of having their etforti crowned with succe.-s,
and dr .vt tli- enemy on the south ti ie of the bill.
Capt. Tottefi's aiumunilioii was now nearly ex
hausted, un 1 placing I'uU '.a' battery tn the hill, at
the le.rth end f the valley. Major tfturgis ordered
the ambulances to move towards town.
Among the risoners taken was a surgeon, living
in t. Charles co'inty. He wa immediately releised,
and lr. Melcher accompanied him to the rebel Gene
rals, arranging for the return of our ambulance to
bring in our wounded and dead.
Lieut. Col. Horace H. Urand. of the 1st Regiment,
Oth Ihvision, who commanded the Kubel forces at
leneville, au l who sai 1 he wss now acting as aid to
Gen. Price, was taken prisoner early in the day.
When Gen. igcl, who commanded the eastern
division, heard the rear of Totten's artillery, he at
once attacked the enemy in his quarters, driving him
half a mile, and taking possession of his camp, x
teudiug eastward to the r'ayetteville road. Here a
terrible fire was poured into his ranks by a regiment
which he had permitted to advance within a few
paces of him, supposing it to be the Iowa 1st. His
lucu scattered considerably, and Colonel Salomon's
could not be rallied together aiin, consequently
Geueral Sipel lost oneof his puns, the others being
brought away by Capt. Flagg, who compelled his
prisoners to draw the artillery off the field.
( ur troops took some 4'J;) horses :.nd about 70 pri
soners, nnd compelled the enemy tc buru nearly all
of his baggage to keep it from falling into our hands.
The enemy bad '21 pieces of cannon, and at the
least, .'!), iucl.iling thoe taken from Sigel. They
were none of them worked with precision, every shot
for nearly an hour going at least I'U feet over our
Our army reached SprinjfielJ in safety, and are
now preparing to move towards Holla but with no
hopes whatever of reaching there with a baggage
train five miles to protect, it will be singular indeed
if the enemy does not prove enterprising enough to
cut off a portion of it, having such a force of cavalry.
W itb two more regiments, we should have driven the
enemy entirely from the valley, and with a p.oper
cavalry force, conll have followed up such a victory
with decisive results. Our loss is about lloO killed
and 700 wounded, white the loss of the enemy must
have been double our own
l)r. Sclienck, who wss in the rebel camp at a late
hour last evening, bringing away our wounded, re
ports our losses comparatively lew with those of the
rebels, whose dead were lying thick under the trees.
The correspondent of th St. Louis JJfiiiocnit, writ
ing fiom Holla, I'll the 14th inst., says Sigel camped
at Gasconade Kiver, oO miles southwest ot this point,
yesterday, Tuesday evening, where he had encamped
tor the nieht.
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l.-ir of Ih-
OF iVHALi:siniS & OTHER VESSELS
WOOD OK SI PKHIOR (il AblTV CAX
lie had at K ILUA, at -r c.rj ; re.-h ll-cf at f e.
ier lb : Slioep, at S-t I'er lieail,aml Ijnats at 1 oil a lieud.
Al, Fruits .mil eiretaliles ol various LiiuU eau be oroeureJ at
the al'ove naiaeit Mrt.
Hy M uo.1 always on hunj at the beach in iiillh: 1 1 o s tn suit
urebaers. (04-tI) lihullliK CIIAK.MAN.
SALT ! SALT! S A LT-
MAN L' V. t'T I' 1 1 K I AT TilK
I II II Ij A A T V 4 1 1 Si S !
M I K V M) K It S I il K I I s R K A I) V TO I" V K
inli to KuU'ln ri ami I'.iekers, in lb.: lai.-ei't iii:uitit;e. a
very ni!erior artirle. KiI AL T) TIIK HKsT IMI'OKTKl)
ls A I.T, and at a i.nee to Del y (' net i I ion I For terms
ai-I'ly to li.AMtL -UuNTHuUKKV,
l''-tr I'uuloa Salt W'.irWs.
PEARL RIYErj SALT.
T K IIAVK COXSTA XTI.V OX IIAXI
.-all Ifnu ttie IVarl Kiver i-alt YAor. both coarse ami
fin-. U ia iLiti- it to suit, a: the li. t i:iarki-t rates. Also. Ka-
nhae 1'olatoei, iu iiuinlttii' to iutt, anil leliver.sl at shortest
li-li.e. MILLUA. KIL'HAKKS ir t'l...
17-"I1I iue,-n street.
JfAS JIST KKCK1VKI) KX "COMfX"
2 1 an invoice of
VERY CHOICE NEW TOBACCO,
Of vari'Mi l.raii'l-. A I.Si , a niu.ill lot of i-uiieriiir
yi K i: KS t ! 1 1 A I ' .II l 1 1 i: S V. enuine.
Fur sli'lc at
:;t-3m r.rius kss- sa i. x.
Vic us or Honolulu !
1 l.s I'Kusoxs visitix on liKsinixf;
J. Oil thro- I'lLIIliN, lOlllil lint IloI t'!l'!i: Hvll'l (.. .
Mfi:e4 V irw of Honolulu tntlnir Irieiiils Lil.rna.1.
a. tin y mail conv. y by tar a lu tler niea f th-Scenery, Habits,
t'utinns. etc., of liiis jilaee than any works or iritit ever ub
lish-l. To la: ha.1 of E. lit' K KSS,
' ls-cjjj Fnrt street
..o, iiener.ai. itt us try it once more ; :so they
tried, and the ileneral tell. It was now a little al
ter 0 r.VI-k, and the battle had in.- l wilh a lieive-
Duttcr ! I5iit(rr !
Till' i vni'iivirr veil nene.
with infnmi their cu-lnuie, and the public, iu
general, that, having suec.-i-.ie.' in niLikii.ear-
l raiiL-'-nient f .r the r:ru!ar suntilv of FIIKSII
KKALIA IsrTTKK from K. Krull't .U-ry, aekiinw"leil.'r.l as tlie
lie.l butter on the ishtinls. 'e are noiv rearel to furnish .-on-stantly
litis article. (Jll-tO T. .MnMAN : SUN.
SUGAR "A3 1) ""MOLASSES
KOI.OA IIiA.TAT2C. !
cxiop" 3.001 :
IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
FUll SALE I!Y
lS9-tf II. IIACKFELP tc CO.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Pars ir Imves table salt,
lllils sn ir careil hams.
Tunslanl. cheese ami crackers.
I Motn; i.-a. chocolate anil rice,
1'ickles, vineirar. sariliues,
&c, .Vc, tic., AiC.
1-4 IIU a .v. bro enjtoo, Cue an J
Heavy 4-4 tickiui;, P. II. deo-
SujK-rior rheeks.wluti' bluo and
, , n . oiinn nailing, saillliei.nje.ans,
XlaraWare C. IVsf.in.-y c:isiiuere, draiideto.
,M brass and iron pimlet eiicli and American prints,
screws iiincliains, blay linens
Him L.w.li l.-V hnti berkiiives , velvet ni.ooiis. coltonades,
Hawks brace and bitts, aiiLier,
Hand saws, ass'd hammers.
Axes, hatetiets, axe h:ttliets.
t'liest. Iix and ul lucks,
llanlen shears, zinc oilei s.
Fl.iL, round ami taiK r files.
Hunt's adzes, c:irden trowels.
Fish hooks, window springs. j
Jack, smiKilhini 4r jointer planes Breakfast,
4 c, .tc, c.
and Wooden Ware
Pinner and Tea
isuiierior issrket knive
SiH'Ctael. s. pl itetl f.irks.
Rubber C'Hiil's, hair pins, ic.
liver thimbles, puld liens.
Knivrs and forks. ! cards.
upi-rior paint, varnish and
w V brushes.
a p. earring'
Boots and Shoes
Ladies ritrs, busk. in and . . . , ,
bi'i-rs. rainrs. uiis ana
Men's. Is.ys' and youths Oxford flloeo S-n
ties. KC. A - . 4-. -iiu.co. e-
H n l carts, who I barrows
I.iht and d irk cane s-nt
chairs, &c.f A;c ,
Co.Tes. teas, suirars, creamers,
Kwcrs ,v basins, clulw lanterns.
Tur.ib!. rs, froblets. lamps.
Ii'i'ikin ir!;iss.-s, s;iitor's tots,
I'lLikiiic puis, tin I'Liils. biisins,
1'ie pl..tes. oil Cllis dippers.
KiiriiLins. ir.in imts ntn. ki.rrl...
ami riaine Xmi;-. :nil enaraca Muoe
ImmN-!, raw. anl N.
W l.:if It atl. 7in , .untK,
Furniture ) .. Lr-jUiC anj
NEW GOODS FOR THE LADIES,
BY THE "COMET."
ATKTSTVIiKKll)IX(: an.l A I.K I (i
I A II
'ii-1 and II it K. oris.
!! . .-klrrs, ::o .:. Jo. l. 1.",, and C rib,
U. I. . t.-..rd.
V' r J'liLiiihl.'-i,
s.,b!.- Crash. .
i".v- .. n.
Y lute lor lii s.
-I l.'. r.
TO TIIK LADIKS tlK II tl . O l.V I.l
A super.' r lot "f
F.'iiicv Ci !.
Con;-tinc 'f Kib!.t!. rln.rs. I!. It. Trimi.ii ...
i.iv'-:. Ki!''l.--s. i.ls. id -s, ; nintM :s. Mit:s,
l.Ustic. ilr.od-. Han I'k":-. Hru. Car-'-'e.
A-c . A.-., .vc. Arc.
rota lu to o
i i in
i l l vari ni- "t.'.'-r
V- . Mi,,MVV Ks ' i: I.K j: It AT I
If I.XKS. 1 r.d- by
H'.'is, v ! 1
k. th- II in.l,. .o
liM . lihALS.. AN
arrv;i;L.'in a .r:
ki llav W
writ j: :
II HAS HKKN
, 1.1... W N
r wth th
A s It V. V. H II A XTKH HV
.Tniii"';l 1" a l '.'iiij'.iL.y c.t!;-d trie
.! t I it Kit ' ! . v. l -r th" purl
id A.-r '-'.iltnrnl I'U-.'i'v'O th.- l.-i,.n l
f Haw, oi. Th- f.iilowinc i- r.-'tis have n .-i.- t
the t:r-i yi-ar : V. L. lirteit. tr- ..ioi.t ; O--""
LS.-cri-r.iry atid Trta-ur-r ; Fr:tn-i- Sj- i -t-r, Mnt..ji
Ity the t'hart. r. toe Latolity of .- .. li M s kii"! l-r i
ti.-- ait. "Ci. t due upon the ;:tare r -h in s In ! 1 "r
liK't. e. : LLAX.
Honolulu. A.ii. s.
, i the-rs r
L". M -I.ti,
ii.il by him.
tr..- l-uri !.:.. .-!..
w irLlii.- ;tr;d rr.-it;J i tr !
i .'s; tti- si:;'p! :;i z -f
A.lvur.ces c. ..!- ..n Cot.
.?.!-!.'. a.d Mi- "1 Me
t of ; --:-. ( I art.
VI l.;t!e! s ..t.d ll.i
. f r
.,!" . f
13 A I WTP'F- A' firt j .-.pi ore, .l.T-fr'ni A .i.!r -t !-?,, i.! I....:,.
rAi IXI i I. them it. In.l.a ink t-r water colors, m th.-1;..
I I.I. UK llAIM'V To KXKfTTK ..
et liti ? tit liini tliro.u'i yt lwu-r A .1- rr.'l .1
"t I- . a 1 hi tn 1. 0
r- .i :t - i.' I'rh.t'r. .1:1.1 lieu!, rs in
t' ii :s. ii i:-.s-i:
srvle 1 f Ur :i:t
. '"k.. lilM 111 1', llftil-l' 1 Hill
, W. UHOOKS ( ().,
8' 1'KlMlNi; 1IULI:1LS. lk. rAl'EK.f.KKic
j ,'ilU flu M.. 11 tmlr Sn it.ome.
SIN Kit AXl'IX'O.
; 1 . ut with dLspatoh.
l'2:i Sunonif Str-t
J A KTK'l I
Sttii I ' rii 11 ci ., "al.
.1. .8. M1:TSEI.ATI-: V Co.
rs A. (omn!iioii Merc limits.
- ir lL'L
ot V. s-el
ATTKXTIOV (ilVKX T
:.t ai:d Sil- of M-n-h. utilise ; to F.-r-l
..f .it-:- ; tti- lti.r:erii.i: atnl .-ae
.'f Wl.aLi -l.il s ; and the Ne.oUati..u
IMt. M If Mil', VKTIHUA, V
Ksch:in2 on Honolulu in sun:s to suit.
ADVANC ES MAD K OX I'ONK INM F.NIS.
SPLKMIIII ASstiKTMK.XT OF Kit. II
HA1U StiKAs ..ver-l bh.ck walnut,
II AIR l.i l .Ni i KS iin-d.iiiiiiii.
I1AIK loU'KM:. walnut.
LXA.MIIl.Hi t l.oTH LOrXtiK-S
L.um.- v:a.v en ius.
CAitF.l M IUK CIIAUi?.
fAKVI.l ARM Kin KIM. rilAIKs.
HluH ru.-l' HK1'?TKAIS.
4d doz. common chairs, Ho doz. wiid office cliairv,
10 b.ir-r'H.oi in " oak arm
4 'aue iu:ipi i-''kin chairs iiak rin-kui chairs.
hil. lien's - ''ata seat stools.
Just received per Knihik'ni and for sale by
t.'. V.r.KVVLlt c.
I)lMIOS TO HE!
TIIK r.NDF.KSICNKl). IIAVIXfJ
received by the latc-t arrivals frmn tlie l':iit-d
Stat.-s and Kuri'i.. a new and lar je is-rtioeiit of
UriiLU. l -lit-iif ami 'iuilrt Aiti--l-.
now oll'-rs th-m f ir sa!-. l!.-iiiir supplied
fr-iu the li-'st .iuri-es, first rate articles will be
sold al less prices than In retofore.
Physicians and others will have their order
promptly filled hi satisfactory prices.
I'r-scriptioiis made no accurately and frmn the best material's,
particularly from Thayer's celebrated tluid extracts, a im-at im
provetnei'.t on Tinctures.
MKKli'IXK f Hh T.s refiUi-d at the cheapest rates, according
as voyages to diilcrent countries require.
Also, Direct from Paris,
LUKIX'S V Ii L E II It AT K I KXTItACTS
Couijirising 24 dillerent kinds.
It-st quality J KAN MAl'lK FA KIN A rObOUXE,
2-;iudal wmsl extract,
l'.ui nett's ciH-oaine and oriental bxitn wash,
t'oiubs. scurf brushes, (patent.) ti icopheruus,
liyperi.m fluid, hair oils, assort.l.
COSTAK'S K AT POISON.
New supply of
JtZ. It. TJ.
irr.ST'H REAL RHEUMATIC REMEDY.
Tolu Anailj-nr. I' 11 i rii I t'ou-jli lirmiilr
A No (. rirlVuIx-rLij ."M -.licin.-.
253-tf K. IIOFFMAXX, M. D.
g SAbE, II V I It I'K XT A It It I V A I.S, TIIK
wiiif.' choice assoriuieui of linsreries, at the store ol the
Unwind black l-p-T,
A hole ilo do,
8. C. siulit.
Fresh currants, in tins,
Tins butter crackers.
Tins oyster crackers.
Fn h apples.
Fresh ars, ,
Haspls-rry j un,
'iai.l-.-rry jam. - -SlrLiivberry
jam. Arc, Arc
M iuce meats,
Tins wat-r crackers,
Tin siiL-ar crackers.
Tin soda crackers. Tins wine crackers
Fresh oysters, Fp'-di lo'isters,
LSardiucs. French i-in-rs,
Kn-lish pie fruits, ;ii-lish pickles.
Ftii-'li-ii sauce... Ktifiish mustard,
French inu-tanl, J-iti .ked hams
s-iiioked herri:iL-s, Uiis-:; corn,
Is.-st oon j tea. Hops,
Cru.-hed and l.sif snar. Soup, kc
N. It Fresh Island buuer and crouud ciifh-e lwiv s m; iiand
My H. M. 1XTVHK.
TO f?"AS7ERS AND OWNERS OF
?t. IIKNItY TlCi:st)TT,
ACTING KCKl:TARY OF 5-TATK TO TIIK V.MTKD STATUS.
To aI whom these I'rixiHta hitl rnrne, (i ret tint :
I ' NOW V K.TII AT " KOIKi K K. NKTCI1 KK
a cittx-n ol' the l i'ited Stales, has tiled in this li-i-artm-iit
the p-quired notice of the discovery of eiiano on Howlaud's
l-l:ind, in l!ir I'.u nie 1 ti ertii, the same lin,' in Xortli latitude
50 mm., and iu West longitude 176 del;. o'J miti.
That notice of the oce-upatioii of nuid Iland, in the name .if
the Tinted states, by A. If. Ilcnsiui, on Ih half of hims-lf and his
associate. Win. AV. Taylor and said licore K. Xetcher. has
alr-n b.--n lilcil.
And that the I'nited States t'uatio Company of New York, a
cnrMirali'in of citi.en und-r the laws of the State of New Ynrfc ,
assignee of th- as-iL-ns of the parties aforesaid, has entered into
Milfictent Ininds, under and iiccordimr to the provisions of the
Act of the CoiiL-re.ss of the CiiLled States, passed on tht;
eicht.-euth day of AufuM, ia the year eighteen hundred ami
Wherefore, the I'nited Ptati s (luano Company is entitled, in
resp.-t to the puano on the said island, to all the privilecep and
advantages intended by that act to be secun-d tn citizens of the
l"iiit.-d States who may have discovered deposits of guann ; pro
vided, always, that the said I nited States tluatio Company
shall abide by the condition and requirements imposed by the
Act of Congress af')i.-said.
fa witnes whereof, I, William Henry Trcscoit, Actin? Svr--tary
of Mate of the Cnileil States of Amer'ca, havo
hereunto s-t. my hand and caused the seal of the
If 1 Iicpartment of Stale to be a'lix-d al Washington,
I1- B-l tliis seventh day of AiiL-nst, in the year of our Lord
one thou-and eiu'ht hundred and sixty, and of the.
Ii'd-end-nce of the l" nited Slates of America the
AVM. IIKXKY TIlKSCcTT,
All p-rsons not duly authorizt-d r.rc. her-liy forbid oci'tipj inc
or remiiviiie suauo from Viv aimve or ariy other Island, los-k or
Key behiiiirini; to the ' uipany, UlS iiuhlish-d in the New i oric
Tribune, .March Srh. JsiU.
(Sine.l) A. 5. IJKXSON,
2G.-2m President I'nited States Unarm Company.
r4 . 14 "Y 1 1 o .
AUKXT FOR THK
Honolulu Steam Flour 311 1 1 Comp'y.
Hi on hand and for Sale cheap at
BREWEK'S STOXK STOKE. FOliT ST.
frKKSU GROl'.M) HAWAIIAN FMUK,
" " l'nli.iltol
' ' (.'urn tiicnl
4 4 Cracked Corn,
44 Whulo 44
Unm and bhorts,
44 I'uik wluMt Flour,
44 Jtyo M-al.
44 lVarl llarlov,
100 .S icks California Oat.
New Mountain rotat-jos received every trip
Fresh ( 'rui-'Tii-s f-or 44 Yankee "
For sale :tt th.? llriek Store.
N. 15. All g'Kds delivered in the city by I'ony
31 0 N il 0 X V I , Xi:,V ZIMLAXD.
c, i:n li: a l m kkch a nt .y. custi .m i i- lv i: ag tnt
tJIASMA 1K A I1UA i KM KXTS T K EE I
E a .oiitantlv on h:nd a l:ir-e and well sci-cted sbK-n of
and everythrnc r-'iuir-l f r a comj nit:'.:.
IT Fr. -h -up; : s. iioUt ics, an 1 l':r-W'ii!, nil farnished at
th- "horte-t II"
! :-":. ui h in t..'
Hay. and is :li latitude
. nun. t;
ii'hs'n-t part of I.LiarLst.in i-r I' 'iiht'ess
d-'-'. ' loin. S., atid li'M-i'ii le 17" J.--.
UK F Kit TO
B. K. Sx.iw. K-q., Honolulu I .1 as. Hrssm ti I , ISo-toa.
C. ItKWUl.V Co., HkNKV A. TKIliCt,
.1 S. WviKiK. " ! I'm.. r.umnL.
H. II UK. n.n v Co.. ITlUVlK, F.Kli.lliM & FlKIP,
Uinj. I':r.n.i.v, Hil l. ! lo:n.
St i ti'X- .V Co . Xew York.
J 12-t f mvi.t .V Ailkn. Xew lledinrd.
Mfoi.s. P.. Pavios.in- i C.
" l'AMI I. liiMM .V Co
C. A. Low i Co.,
Ck.is a- Co..
K. Ii"r.v u i KiLn:
.. Hankers, San Fr:inci--c.i,
i; Stai kmiok.-t. Hoi.o'.ulu.
D. o. h':u i r.
J. C. M KKKIl I. .
AC KXTS OF TIIK
Hegitlur Disjxitvh Line of Honolulu Vacktts.
I P All freight arrivim; in transitu for the S.imlwich Islands,
will l.e received and forwarded by the Ucjrular Inspatch Line'
KKi-LK OK 1-OMMISSIoS.
Pai'ticular attention paid to forward in j and transhipment ot
merchandise. SLile of whalemen's bills, and other exchnnce, in
surLince of uiercliLiiiili-e and p-rie unb-r open jiolicies, stippv
ing wl.aleshq s, charterint: ships, etc.
TO SHIIMM'.IIS OI-' Oil AM) V1X A I. ti
ll ON i:.
fs --, -THE lAtlEIC MAU.STEAM-
y . . snip l o.'s j-team-rs will, until further notice,
' sJ. vv-" " rec. ive i.l and W hatelsme at Acapulco, for
..fcr-Cr-?T Iraii-tMirtati"!! via Patiam. by Tannina Kail
road to Asp.nwa!!. :i d thence l y liiing vesseis to Xcw York,
at the folio oil; rntes through, v ot :
Oil. l-n cents iUvi per LiiS-n.
'Vh.ileliiie, two and onc-quailer cents ( JJ-) per pound
U70-dm FOitlihS tr ItAMCoCK.
Xolh'i to 3Ialers A: Owimts of Whale
III'.KS .V ., Ate til- it Honolulu.
RE KEKl'btltbV KI'I EIVIM; IIY.vr,.
Iso-ket, frh sui,i,-s i. l-'lour fn'iii the !.r c-.ir.
t.sl Mil's, wild oil'-, r the same f.-i s.iit Ml tie- i"ii market Intra.
I The Imki r fioar is j .irticu.arty re '.niii-e b .1 to the buk.-rs.
and the supcrtlne heur to tie- lia-te in -.'tn r.th wh'.l- Ihc f.-n.ny
tl'Mir for fainily use.i. now av ki.-w 1. .l.-i d t o be ihe t.i. .r.:e
all the h uie k--!n rs on the ilati.ts. -M-tf
saiis.. v. vosisrrr.
S llll'C II X'HI.EK. STOREKEEPER AM)
lit'.Vf.K.II. AiiE.MT. it.ki.is Un:t:ht and on c m.
nii'.s'ion. Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest tuition
Coriiercf yi KiiN's lloiti and I'ottini.ilk si k:- i t. 1 1 out; I. wag.
17- Kefers to Thomas Sers-i-KH. A. J. Caktw Plonr. J. c
St'ALl'lN... Honolulu, Saiidwiciilslaii ls. lel -lj
HUCKS & LAMBERT'S
CEI.EII R A T E I I A T E X T
II. A: I,. AXMMi It IMSi:.
t.,. THE I'XPERSIIJXEO II El. 1
to Mtinounce to masters ot whale ships, and
117 and ll'J C:ilifirtiia street,
Ktr KK TO :
Captain It. F. Sso-',
M.-.r 1 Kin.i'it .1- Pie
A. I. Ki KHKrr, Ksg., J)
It. I'n iian. K.-y.
LE A V E
in peneral. that th'-y nave succssieo in lcaMtii? irouithe
F reneh ti'' ernmeut at Tahiti, the railway and heaving .lown
premis.s. iiicluibti storehouses, etc., etc., and are now prepared
lo exivut- repairs wilh dispatch and at lower r.ttes than al any
other p. it in the I'acitic. OWKX .r ti(i'IM).
IIonu;iioii"; I iuh-n.iiltrs Xotirc.
S. GKlFFITTo! MOKIiAS.
C. S. HATHA WA T.
K. r. SloNK
3I0R(MX, STOXK .V CO.,
flillK I'NHERSli: XEH.
apii"int.sl r-iirn vor for the -New York Hoard f I nd-r
writers," lakes this method of iiif'.rmiiiir ship-masters that he is
alwas ready at the shortest notice to attend to any husiue
required of him intliat capacity.
S. C. AVOOlir.CFF,
Corner of yne.-n's Road and l'ottiii!.'er Street.
Hon-liontr, November, ISart. lt'T-ly
rUIEsr ItSl'Kl I5EKS II A V E TH E I'l.KAS-
Coinniissioii and Forwardinir Merchants,
Hi f-reiices. T. t. Hathiiway Ksip Me:
& Swift .V I'erry, New itediont, Mi-ssr
Co., New York! John M. Fnrlies Ks.p
San FrancNco, Cal.
rs. T. .x: A. It. Nye,
s. lirinnell Minturu Ax
Itostoii, Messrs. Per
kins .V Smith, New Loudon, hauic! C W atennaii Ksij. Hon
OKI) A Ii E O F E V K R V SI Z E MAM' F A C-
ri'BKD to order. Constantly mi hand, a hirire as
sort men I of M A y I I-.A Ay I) HEM I' ROI'E, (all sizes). Hale
Rojie, Tow Line, Oakum, Arc. for sale by Tl'HHS .V CO.,
iiO-ly lo'J, I rout Street, San Francisco.
i l! iiU Ml
FRENCH, WILSOIT ?s Co.,
MAKE THK liKST
I'nriaisliiii4; diooil, nil kintN,
Iletailino- for Cash, at AY hob-sale Prict-s.
riMIK LARGEST AM) REST STOCK OF
REDUCED PRICES !
REDUCED PRICES !
L! nib re I las,
$60 and .upward.
$60 and upward.
$60 and upward.
Found in any Retail House in California.
ooN Siiifalilc lb i Traveling
in anv Climate.
OVER L0 PER CENT.
OVER L0 PER CENT.
OVER 20 PER CENT.
FROM OUR FORMER PRICES.
ttYit thev have ttMi hoitore.1 t-y t!ikniuut((a ot the It'IlAnw ,
Ins-titutf, ;vti Kraiifir'o, wuh a
1 -Mi I ll 1 I
K0R I'll KI It
Also, that the San Francisco Kay Agricultural Sis-iety havr
awarded them their
FIRST CLASS FltE.MH'.H
for the same. Hut however rat.f) iug to the advertisers t
Ilomo 3I;inu ;i I 11 l.
thus distinttuish.-il, it is with jtrcnt-r pr de they slat the fact
that (not withstand!!!, the ov. rwheinnuc imoi1at!oli of an aili
cle fr.nu Ihc Kasi, assnmii their till-,) the d-maud t "r the
Popular II. &. L. Axlc-Grcaso.
is now more than double, domic the past season.
And whilst tti- manufacturers otler Iheir rralefal lhaoki l.
all those trends to
" CALIFORNIA PRODI'CIC."
who hav iriv n ttu in ho hire." :v f iifniirairrtiicTit, Ihrv 1 tu
ay, that Ito (-ains wilt pare. I in f hi-I it un' to :i-l run llitj
wiit'-sir'A,l rt-ul:ilion which t)n-ir inud ri:' has fic'iir-il, if I t
The Im'mC hn M'I Iiilrirnl 1114 !1rliuiu
for CnriiiisroWht'rN nc,
EVFJi LNIUODICKD IN
HI CKS k I.AMI KKI',
Inventors and s.le Manui.-ict tires.
Nati'Uia ktrei t, San Krattciscn.
EaX LATE ARRIVALS.
KRKNCH, AVILSOS 4 CO..
Next disir to the What Cheer Hmise,
And No. 22i Montfromery Strwt, near California, in Tucker'
Huililini:, San Francisco.
Mamifactunn): Kstablislunent, Nt. 102 Liberty street, Xew York
1 S. Measures taken for lSooN from our house in New Yoi sk
and delivered lo any part of this State without extra charpe.
The irr-at success attendini; the introduction of our New Style
Family Sewing Machines iu this State, (as iu all other,) has
prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties to endeavor
to force upon the public certain inferior and so i ai.i.ku
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Which either by leal injunctions or from their own inherent de
lects have long since died out iu the Kastern Stales.
IT IS OUR DETERMINATION
TO SUPPLY A
Al A CJ I I s" I
A LOW PRICE,
X E V IMI'RU V E M E .NTS
NEW I.MI'KOYKM ENTS !
That tin" purchaser may nut as past instancn exierienc in the
purchase of one of the mis-named Cheat Sewing Machines," a
iikak bargain and WASit ok monkv.
The World -ivi!e I!t'iufalioii
XEW IMl'KOVKM E X T S I
-OF T HE-
BROWN DRILLS AND SHEETINCS,
BLEACHED SHEETINdS, Asst. Widths
BLANKETS, all grade: and colors,
PRINTS & DELAINES, in great variety.
DRESS AND FANCY DIIV COODS.
ALEXANDRE'S (Ienli.m: KID GLOVES.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
DAVIS & JONES' SHIRTS.
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, ice.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
BRUSSELS AND 3-PLY CARPETS,
NKW l'ATTKK X.
MATTING, HOLLANDS, Hemp Carpets.
JewoU's and Comou's Oil Cloths.
For Hale for Cash, or to first class, prompt paying trLidc, mt a
discount from market rates.
llu and 11. Clay Mr.i t.
2i7-3m Sun Kriniri.rn.
XO LEATHER IA l :
XO LEATHER I'A I) !
XO LEATHER IMII!
CROVER & BAKER
LLASS CLOTH I'RESSER
GLASS CLOTH I'RESSERI
AND THE FACT THAT
! I!avebis-n alrctuly sold, and are daily ami hourly merrily click
1 iiiL' iu every (planter of the plol-, ppK hiiniitnr iu their unerring
action, perfect operation and wonderful simplicity,
Their Undeniable Superiority,
GLASS CLOTH I'RESSER
XEW STYLE IIE.M.MER:
XEW STV1.K IIE.M.MER
XEW STYLE IIE.M.MER
Thr Grralrat Improvniiiiil Iiiv-nt-l
MAKING AN KNUKK
X E W STl LE .M ACII I X E !
Fonniinj the justly celebrated LOCK STITCH, acknowledged
ly all to be the
est evidence we can adduce of their uc-nt.
X IS W STi'LE MACIIIXK
III 'Y THE
( nil I
On I ;
WHEELER &, WILSON !
Th hi.L1if-t t'tTirt of invntiv p iiiu-, the rovt prrf-ot apiili
c;iti)ii of mechanical skill, ui id tlie !-! t ractic.il rt-ulta of an
uniiiviilcj aim Vt
! IKK-KMINKXC K AUOVK ALL OTIIIZKS
Art coiu.jinI in the
Tli.'tt thi pr--njinfinc hs t-n attain-.! i- itH-ontrovcrtit'ly
: hlcticcii in th?ir uiiprcwleiitetl ai.d iui r:aflinp saie, antl ti,
u x o u a li f 1 1: i s u ( :c kss
Atn-ndinir thetn at
ILll the Fairs of I860,
Where against the most powerful and unremitting opposition of
rival Machines they have iu every instance received the
VIIEELEU ic AVILS0X,
And all other Shuttle Machines.
SEWING MACHINES !
HAVE BEEN KEMOVKI) TO
47 mONTGOmERY STREET,
NEXT TO C0KNEII OF BUSH,
siLW rniLir Cisco.
ia tli- Chrniimt. mot Dnrnllr uii.l Kmirr
I niirriil.iiil Ih.-nt iinr ullii r St-tvin
PEND FOR A CIKCUI.AK
C. II A Y I) EX.
neritnn!' atid Mmit:
A -;ciif ,
I KAM I-CO
SEXU TOR A CIRCULAR nf our REIjU( ElJ PRICES,
Cut.', .S'ini'n of S'n iti'j, frc, er.
H. G. BROWN, Agent,
:521 !!Ioiif:oisKiy Street,
I A.M PREI'AREOTO DEMONSTRATE
b, nil vlioliil an interest in tKWIVi. MAIIIIM.S, that
Family Sewing Machines
Will do Belter Work,
On a (.'rent ratijre if f;ibricfi that i, fin u hj'ht p.brie. and on
heavier fabric. than any other Kunily .-'-wiiir Machine b.-..r
the public is capihlc of doing j that the work can be dune
Willi iirt-zil-r S-.:8m?
And with fewer iiiterrupti'r.f ; and that in am the importum
retjiiisites ofaSewing M:u:hin. finder', llai lniie., at Itxj, ar
cheaper than any other kind al JlVj. I am now selling our
FAMILY SEWIHG MACHINES
PLAIN, at $50
CABINETS, at - - - - 75
or Tran.ver-e Shuttle Machine, an
Kntirely N.-w atid Iiiciimpiritle
K.inulv "Wiii-i; M .ehine and adapt
ed b) Lifht Mannfacturinc,
' A LI FO R VIA.
Io not allow yourself to purchase a hais .stitch machine,
cither double or sincle thread, all. of which will rir-l. All
chain stitch machines liave a cord on the under nide of th
fabric ar.d the work oon wears out. M urk d nie ou Singer's
Machine, will outwear any other, and is more beautiful. No
tailor or manufacturer buys a chain stitch machine.
J. H. DUNNELL,
4 7 .MOXTGOMERV STREET.
2VJ tf SA N" FR A XKISCO.
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