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Co 1 1 1 1 1 1 e re ial Ad v e rt is c r
LATER FROM THE EAST
Arrival of the Clipper "Phantom."
Da Fri Iiy, a f-.rce
g-iarl. reached t h vie
taitli tix jiiirM of art'.!'-rv
f 1,0'V) M;-;.-iprii:iii, as a
ry ul r nrfix -j.jrt Ho'jitr,
I.'.i ;s . M.i.r, S.-r t. C.
ti.it ivin-r:il Ilrait- u
from lVri-i.- I t t tiie
in roniniiii 1 by llri.
that r r.e li-in !.- 1 aii 1
Capture of Forts at Hatteras In
let, by U. S. Forces.
Seizure of Southern Vessels. Value
Sf iiir of Southern .Money in Nu- York.
The clir.fX'r -hip l'!i ir,t,,i, Uar.t. II. J. Sargent, jr.
trrivel yesterday. 1; .1 aji frora .-.an Frsncixco, Lring
insc dtei rroui that j.'-tce to Sept. 2irh. ai.l from the
FjiI to S-.t. loth. The I'ii'iiitom brings no mail,
the fd'owiii;; is a Mimrnnry of th? news, vrhi:b. how
ever, ii very :coun-ctedij given iu the few t apers
An enatrement ha l taken place, at Hatteras Inlet,
cn the c. a;? .f NV.rrh Carolina, between Federal fur
or, under Gen. IJjfler, anl the Betels, under Com.
Barron. The latter were defeated. The following is
a rrrtin of the official report of the affair :
To the Secretary of the Navy : I have to inform
yu that we have heen eminently fuceessful. AH
that could he wished t'r by the niot hopeful hi" r'pn
accomplished. We at e ttliing aLo.aM of the Minne
Mt officers and men niirnrwrtng 617, who aurrender
1 frer fx,rulardriient fr-nn the fleet during a portion
of two day. S. II. Strinoham.
Comtn.anrng Blockading Squadron.
VTAIlfNGTOJ. .ept. 1st.
A Covernrnent officer conne.-feI with the expedi
tion n.ay the forces were landed and drawn up in a
line on the beach, when it was found that there were
only V.X'i men, mi ler Oiluh.nel Max Weber, of the
Twentieth New York. At this time the wind raided
a I. trie and it wa.i found iinpo.ssiLIe to land more
trrx ps. They proceeded up the beach, capturing one
brass field piece and one horse. The force then ad
vanced to Fort Ciark. which had been evacuated, but
were compelled to retire, owing to the shells of the
fleet fu'iing therein, nnd marched hc!: to the place
of landing anl there bivouacked fr the night. Ear
ly the next Burning they returned and the thft com
menced bombarding the wcond fort, which was called
F..rt Ilattera", which sion afterwards displayed the
white H ig. When the fort wa entere-J by our troops
m- t.Ricer were condti:tel to the font of Commodore
Htrron, who wa in ominand of the forces. The
Commodore placed in the hands .f Lieut. Wetgel the
following pr-'iHirion, which was immediately car
ried to titii. UutU-r :
Alfcjtots ml"m. Flag officer Samuel B.irron, Con
ffler ite Sta'eo army, otiers to surrender Fori II it
ter ij, with all the arm- and munitions ot war, the
officer to be allowei to go out with Hide arms, the
niru without arms to retire.
(Signed.) fMiTL Barron.
Commatuiing naTal defenses of Virginia and North
Fori- Hatteras, Auimt 2Jth.
The fallowing reply was dispatchc'l by Captain
Croty. riiife.1 States navy, and Lieutenant Weiijel :
Mt.MiiKASiiCM. tSeneral U. F. Hurler. Maj'r 'ien
eral Cotumanding L'nitel States army, in reply to the
conimunic.stioii of Sunui-l Barron, commanding the
firce4 at Fort ilatteras, cannot admit the proposed
terms. The terma otlere-l are thee : Full capitula
tion of the otfi.;ets and men, to 1 treated at prisoners
of war; no other terms a i:ni-- able. Command. ng
otfi'er t meet ou board the tl ship JWLnnttota to
)n tiie reception of this, the Comrn inder called a
Council of war of hi field officer, and accepted the
terms ollered, and procee-le'l to the flag shiD to nr
rauge details. After which the pri.uers were placed
on board the tl ig ship and tiie et ars and stripes
Tiie official accounts of General Butler give very
minute p irticulars of the expedition and engdgements.
but presents no new features. He says tort Hatter
as moiiutr l ten guns and four unmounted; al-o one
lars ten-inch Coluiiibia-1 re idy fur muuutii.g. The
p.tion of the fort is an exceedingly strong one,
rjtrarly surrouuded by water, ami only to be approach
ed by a march of o')d yards circuitoii.-!y, over a
neck uf sau I, within a half mu-'.i t range, and over
u cmseway only few feet in width, which wa coiu
inar.ilel y two cannon, load.. with grape and can.
inrer. Fort CI rk. wiii'.-li is aU-ut TlM) yards north
erly, is a si'j ire redoubt, mounting five guns and
two ! loun I. r. The enemy had fp.ke 1 thee gnus,
but in vtj ineS-jtual manner, upon abandoning
the fort tiie day before.
Cien. Butler pays : )n consultation with Flag
Otl'uer Sitiiighain ntd Commander SteC.inger, I
ieterntinel t !e:ive troops and hold the fort, because
of the oirengtii of the fortifications acd their impor
tance, aiel l-e.rau-e if again in poseseion of the
ruciiiv with asutlicient ariiiainetit. of the dilficulty of
recap'.uring it. The importance f the point cannot
fa- .errted. From there the hole Coat t-t Virgiuia
and N-Tth Carolina, fr- m Norfolk to Cape Lookout,
is within our reich by light draught ves.-els, which
cannot po--ibly live at sea during the Wiuter
A Minilier of the lead ins financiers, including the
Pre-i.ienM f - ne ,f the New York banks, uow in
tiie eiry. tire urjjir.g the I'lesi ient for certain chau
ges in t'ie conduct of the war. They propo-e that
the t..verninei.t. with an ample force, cause the
rebel t aomdoii their threatened attack on Wa?h
incr. n br muking Coun er attacks at various uints
It i 'tared that the tiOrh of Algut is the time
the rtbe.s anticipated being in possesion of St.
Forty thousand dollars belonging to the rebels
were ""-'ied yesterday at the Park Hank.
t. Jifl'H, September 4rh. Yesterday the Hin
rtihat and St. Joseph Kii'.roaJ bridge over Piatte
Kivrr. nine miles eist of this city, was burned by
tht reU-:s and the telegraph cut. When the express
train txur.d west came up it was hurried over the
embankment, and engine, ten. ler, baggage and one
pas-ecger c ir precipitated into the river.
Surveyrr Andrews stized on the HI inst., at New
Yoeis. twenty vessels owned wholly or partly If
reikis, inclu ling eight p'lips and seven barks. Oth
er were t be seize 1 o;j the same day. The value of
vess -Is seized was over ",0 t.
Bvltimohf. Sepremher 1st Mijor li. S. Andrews
captured at Hitteras Inlet. wa.s au architect of this
city. Mny of the prisoners were Baltimoreans,
Among the prizes is a ship loaded with cuttoo. It
is rumored that a member of the Southern Congress
w is taken prisoner. The II irriet Lane got ashore,
and was oblige 1 to throw overboard her gnus and
eviL The fw-ting th is obtained in North Carolina
will be held, an 1 Wilmington wiil ultimately be
taken, thus tiring into the rebels rear.
I.r i isvii ti-. Septrmlier 1. A Ji-patch to the New
Orl.-ins ll'U.i. dated at Richmond. August 27th,
sits President I'i'is is so ill that Congress has ad
joarne 1 to await his convalescence.
The State I'opartment have notifieI the War Ie
pirtment tht it must refrain from granting passes
to w nien an I children who desire to enter Southern
A Ivices from Virginia leave fio doubt that the
rebel le-ders. l.th c:vil and military, bad agree-1
-ibout an advance upon Wa-hington and Maryland
ia a few diys. The Government is fuily prepared
for any emergency.
F.very sol l.er wh.i I.s'.s his cur., whether in cow
arily throwing it aw iy on the fiel 1 of battle, or
through iieglex.t. i to have twelve do'.'ars the price
cf the gu:i. deducted from his pay. This will chow
the men that g'lns are no toys to be thrown away
whenever it is inconvenient to carry them.
The rebels have plenty of provisions an 1 whiskey.
Families and ffores have been entirely drained of
a!t. euirar, and coffee ; no money can pnrehas
tSe-e. Men fee in piteous terms of their Maryland
frietils bra pittance of those articles.
The 3t.ck are sulering for the want of palt-
PooLrovit.Lt:. Mr.. Sept. C.
Intelligence from the Virginia shore is to the ef
fect that from opposite the White House Ford, near
the mouth cf the S-neca River, down to ArlingUn
Heights, the rebels have heavy pickets, and are dai
lv eirevting reinforcements to exfen.l to Conrad's
Ferry. There are from 6,tKW to 7.WJ now along
The M'A.:! li siy-Br-ig
has fe.-n trar.sf'erre I
Potomac, are! is tu.-c--l.-.l
Jetieral Ar. i ijn, cf Souta I
Klclirm ii 1 ad ires ftatt;
sixty-two J-ederil pri. -uers reachi 1 thc:e yester i iy
afterrj.s ii. They wire taken iy ti.n. Fl'yl i.tar
"iaribr B-i zr I -t t-!i- i.e r.ur.drel of : :
loi.g f the bth l:du. Al-jui ',') Ik ler .1 pri.-. -tiers
are now tiitrt.
I h" ' "i'i.T in the rnouiitalr.s js suite tr.j,,i, an-1
wit.fer cl-.-'Uii.' is ab-xua'ely nee it 1 by many . fli.e
W siii.s.,r-s-. Sep", tj.
The new v-irier leaves ia a !'.-w days '
for New Yr-rk.
" ,v. Cui tin will be ini-truotel to coriimi iorj all
reg.n,et.ts imw in the fi.-l , an 1 rh- rt- au:h.-rizd to
be raise 1. 2ii"g thern trie benefit of their ;:fpr-
prot.oii, tne L'j:te 1 ?tate-. clo;Lii:jg nu 1 (tg-n1:z.i.g
A ns-r,r.rioi..rice was made to-day alciig our
whole I. ne. The c ndition of our cainf s is excel
lenr, and the so.d.ers are atixi us to meet l!.e enemy. .
fiie heavy firing beard this morning was bittery
in kigl.t. each
f'-r a shot. It
is r.are-i the onte leraits in'etid trailing the houses
of wM know Cnionists
B.-io.v, August 21st. The United Stares M ir
shal to-day seized &OHr0 pounds t-f tobacco, t!ie
aliege-1 prorty f fJait.es ll.ouias, Jr., of Rich
mond. The tobacco reached Boston via Nashville j
Nkw YnK, Augu-t 31st. R'charlP. Freeman,
was arreste 1 yesterday n his way to Keene, New 1
Hampshire, to purchase fcboe and pegging maCoin-j
ery for Georgia, and was taken to Fort Lafayette Ly
order of tiie Secretary of State.
Nkw York, Septemler 2d. Fight more vessels
were seized t.y the Surveyor to-day, including tiie
steamer Marion and the ship Trumouil. Tiie latter ;
wah loaded, and ready to siil tor Antwerp.
t (I lira an llie I'wloniiic.
n" The St. I.:ils corress.tider.t..f the Sacr::nct.to
L' lini, uiil-.r d te of Augat writes us follows :
Army in i:'-!-' ul. rig the 1. rnvo-, from : n r- '
ton to i! iritr's Ferrv, are almost in t1 e s in.e cr n ii-
, from Liverpos 1, August '22,
ust 2o, arrivi-d orj Farther
advance into Virginia
lay, then, the tei.-jjra h
a'i txp-cel forward
s'nie tiiit g n. .w on'y
i iciets i i the enen:y are .ear.y
arty availing irelf of every chance
J!" From the pony advices of the .Ht.i, we
clip the followifg paragraphs : !
Nkw Yohk. August 10. 1C1. '
Early in June Gen?ral Scott lieing aUe-l how long
it would take to whip the rebels info subjection, re- .
plied that if no serious acc; lent happened he would '
accomplish it with the firt frost ; butif.:ny great din-
lister happened it would take another year." Now
the fjwestion is, has uny accident io serious occurred '
ns to prevent the reduction of relilion by the 1st of
May, lfcr.2 ? We think not. The affair at Bull Run ;
was a sad disaster; but after all it may be what tnili- .
tary men call a reconnoissance in force. The strength '
of the enemy was felt, a retreat took place, arid there j
is no good reason why General Scott's prediction may j
not be fulfilled in nine months. The result of the !
infoi nation obtained at Bull Run was that the enemy
fought bravely, were abundantly supplied with can- :
non and all the munitions of war; that they were !
well drilled, admirably officered Htid generaled, and ;
held a naturally strong position, rendered doubly
strong by science. On our side it was determined
that our troops fought likj heroes, and are able to ;
whip the enemy in a fair field under equal circurn- :
nances, but that our men were badly officered and !
generated still worse. We had also a deficiency of j
cinnon and scarcely any cavalry. Gen. Si:ott and j
Gen. McCIellau. having thus obtained, in the most :
practical and direct manner, the information they i
needed, lire making their arrangements accordingly,
ami are organizing oue of the finest and best eiiuip- ;
ped armies that ever entered a field. We have found ;
our own weak points as well as the strong points of i
the enemy, and if we are whipiied next time we will 1
deserve it. The Federal army has measured itself ;
with the foe, and we now know what is necessary to
le done to overthrow him. We have the men, we ;
have the money and the resources all we want is i
proper organization and good generalship. I
Militry Movements. We have nothing new to '
report concerning the movements of the Union armies
at any point on the line of operations. A cautious ;
and wise policy appears to govern the action of Gen. '
MrClellan, and it is not likely that any attack upon 1
the rebel position at Manassas will be renewed until ;
the urn y under his command is thoroughly organ
ized and put upon a proper war footing, a consum
mation which is being rapidly and ctlcctivtly arrived
There liar leen considerable discussion among
military men in Washington, withiu the past lew
days, as to the ,.ropriety of attacking Charleston by
pea, with a view to divert the forces of the relIs from
their isisitiou in Virginia, wheie they have manifestly
concentrated their largest army. It whs thought that
such a movement would be an excellent piece of
strategy in the present state of atlairs, yet it is not ,
very probable that it will be adopted. i
Great activity is observable among the teamsters of
the Government around ail the camps near Washing
ton. Immense quantities of provisions and other sup
plies are being dispatched to the ditierent camps, j
Nearly all movements of troops are now ma le by :
night, inste id of under a hot noonday sun, as hereto-
fore a wise measure, which must contribute much ;
to the comfort of the troops. Regiments are tnov ing '
over to the Virginia side as rapidly as they can be I
thrown across. Gen. McCIellau spent all day yester-
day in Virginia, seeing for himself that everything j
was well and promptly done His energy is said to
be untiring, aud the rim he exhibits imparts itself to i
the whole army. j
CoNfENTR ATIOV OF ReREL TROOPS IN VlHlilNH. I
Reliable intelligence has f-een received that the rebels ;
are concentrating forces at various points on their side ,
of tiie river, from the Point of Korks to Alexandria.
There are eight or ton thousand at J Fairfax Court
House, a coushb-rable force iu the vicinity of Ed
ward's Ferry, large bodies at other crossings, and I
Mveral thousand nt Leesburg. As yet they have I
only made minute reconnoi -sauces in the neighbor- j
hood of the Chain Bridge. It is difficult to determine I
whether these movements arc preliminary to an at- :
tack upon our lines, or for the purpose of guarding '
closely the entrance to Virginia by our army. The j
opinion of our most experienced officers is that they j
are purely defensive, and this strengthened ly the
repeated determination of the rebel leaders iiot to i
attempt to cross the Potomac; but none can know i
what has l-een concluded upon in secret sessii u by I
the rebel Congress in Richmond, and if is apparent !
to all that inaction is gradually but surely bringing j
them to the point of a dissolution of the army for
want of the necessaries for its support. These con-
federations, and the encouragement atTorded by the :
result at Bull Run. may induce them to hazard as a
desperate chance an attack upon our lines. They
mu-t fight and win a battle or disband their army.
In fact, it is reported here, upon what is said to be
ere l.ble authority, that an attack upon our lines is
contemplated, and tint the rebels are concentrating
forces at every available point, in order to engage at
the same moment our whole line from Harper's !
Ferry to Alexandria, nnd prevent the concentration!
i f forces on our side to reit their attack, which j
will le alroitly concealed till the precise time for its !
execution. If this he their design it with be signally !
f..ileil for the nrerifirlions of fterieral MM"Iell:ni fire i
. r i - - ----- -
equally available f r either offensive or defensive
action. His disposition of his forces will enable him
to repel an attack successfully at any point along the
whole line, or to move forward his whole column
simultaneously upon any given point in the adjacent
border of Dixie. The mystery of the movement on
either side is the only decent pretext left for excite
ment in Washington.
SoEtherx Affairs. The following statement ap
pears in the Baltimore American :
A letter from Louisville says that Jas. Hewett,
Esq., of the firm it Hewett, Norton .v Co., Liver
pool. New Y'ork and New Orleans, has lately arrived
from Richmond, and is authority for the following!
strange statement, now rumored extensively about
this city : I
Since the battle of Manassas the utmost denioral- I
ization and disorganization among the army, and j
financial distress among the people generally, have
existed. The city was filled with men and women
from the more distant States, hunting information of)
relatives information which, owirg to the secresy
maintained by the Government, they could not obtain, j
No report of the killed and wounded had been male
up, nor was it likely th it any ever would be. The
greatest distress prevailed, and complaints were load,
deep and earnest. Soldiers were demanding their
releve and their pay, refu-ing to fight again, and
express-rig their determination to run home. Tl ere
w is no nioi.ey in the city, except current notes of the
State banks, coin, especially British, being a particu
larly scarce article. !
To these inurmurinjrs cf the mob of Richmond
ity. there were ad Jed other murmurs not so loud
n.r m insolent, but murmurs distinctly uttered and ,
distinctly heard, that were coming up from every
part of the Confederacy, complaining of the existing
stare of atfairs. T!ie-e complaints and the financial
troubles of the government, were having their effet t.
and learning rf a scheme it had cn band. Mr.
Hewett telegiaphel to Richard Atkicon. of this
c:ty. his agent, to write by ihe fir.-t steamer to the
lioti-e in Liverpool to sell all the cutt n en hand at
existing rates a ss n as possible. Mr. Hewett has
since reached this city, and his agent has been bur- j
riedly dispatched to New York. The plan of the )
Confederate government, which had such an effect ,
on Mr. Hewett, was that of reconstruction. A pro- 1
position would pnbably soon be male to the United
"states government for an armistice for sixty days, i
during which time it is proposed to hold a Conven-
tioti at Louisville, Ky., for the purpose cf reconstruct- j
ing the Union.
ti"U as they were bef .re the '
f by Gen .K-I. well. Every
I brought u- informal. on
, n.ove:nent." '-' hear the
' there is r. t vrre so much clamor male about it. ,
, Then, the enemy w is every d ij" advancing on cur;
, pickets, and picking off " our pickets He is doing I
; precisely the same thir.g now. Every d iy an attack '
wis expec'el up-n Wash irig'oii. li.ty haven't got I
over tli it kin 1 ("(eling yet, but U-l.eve Wa-hington
is the point at which me enemy j. aiming. The,
operate n9 along the Poti-rnae, at the prex-nt time, are
assurning the cfiarae'er (f an inferestii.g game of,
chess, in winch tiie play- r, ijth expert, an! each I
'jn lerstan ilng the trier's mole rf warfire, are I
inmeiiv nrg a-vi rd'.ng to the most rgid rules of j
science. There are feints and masked movements,
a I vances an i ret iietiients. and demonstrative di-plays !
in frcr.t to cor.ee il silent and .-igrr.ficant marches in
the rear a'i indicating tiie ar proach of a collision
lio-n the hr tile forces, in w hich each desires to j
have the alvantage
It is evident that the Confederate have purposely j
evacuated X' eit stronghold at M mass as and advanced j
toward rhe Poromac. They now appear to l-e arrayed j
along the river from Bniey's Cross Roads five miles ;
from Wa-hi'i;t in to Harper's Ferry, with a heavy ;
force at L.esbnrg Their de-ign apparently is to .
force the passage of the Potomac iu the neighborhood
of Sandy H.K.k or Edward's Ferry, and advance into j
Marylan I. ' .Tijet-r uring thi design. Gen. McCIellau
hasorlere l Gen. C .nks to al-an l-n II irper's Ferry
and move lower down, so as to be able to attack the
enemy when be cro-ses.
G-u. Il inks' divi-ion has bad no fixed position for
a weeo. i,ut )lHrt vibrite l between Sandv Hook, Point
of It cks and Frederick 1 ' i f y . vigil int'y watching the j
enemy and prepared to meet hi in whenever he offers
Resides the Federal forces at Washington there are
the commands of (Jen. Binks and Gru. McFall on tb
north side of the Potom: c, amply able, it is l!ieved.
to meet the Cot.fe lerates at any point in Maryland
they may pre-eut themselves at.
It is said that Gen. McCIellan so far from desiring
to prevent the enemy from crossing the river, is
really anxious that he should cross, and has given
orders to Gen. Binks and Gen. McFall. in case the
atrempt is made to retire from view and offer no im
pediment to the crossing. Once across, however,
McClellac advancing from the south and Banks from
the north, will fall upon him and cut riff his retreat,
anl overwhelm him n the banks of the Potomac.
Whether the Confederate leaders will place them
selves in this precarious position remains to be seen.
It seems certain, however, that events on the Potomac
are rapidly appoachin; a crisis, and must speedily
end either in a battle or a retirement of the Confeder
ates to their old position at Manassas.
Ti e steamer . J . r,r
via Li.Jeti-irrrv, Aj
P-.int. Septeiat-er -.
The bullion of the Bank of England Las increased
1 , M'O since tiie lust weekly report.
Among the raper receive 1 at the meeting of the
S-s.-iai S.-ienee t'onre-s, in lniblin, was one by Bag
lev, M. P., Manch. ster, entitle 1. " W'ith Cotton, eni
pioymenr u: i r - d; without it. far.rlne and expatria
tion." He said tr.anut'ie'urers expected to be able
to c tutnand a suproV of cctton tkcep working toler
able regular until Spring. The crop was growing in
the Southern States, but the d ISealty woull be to
obtain it. Miss S ir-.'u Reniond read a t aper on
" American slavery, its inS ienee in Great Britain."
M. Chev-i'irr. the celebrated French leader, de
nounce! the M .rriil Tariff as the chil l if disorders.
The Tima publishes correspondence of the 5th of j
Aug i't. The last letter reier to the demoralized j
and insubcrdinare cond'tioa of the army, and credit- !
ing Gen. MeClellan with speedy ref. mis. It says j
t'outhet tiers believe they will be safe if they hoid on
until October, and thit at the ended the year, the !
Northerners would be farther from their aim than
The Timm has a bitter elitc-rial on the financial
difficulties of the American Government, and says
the course pursued at Washington throws into the j
shade aii the borrowing of England. i
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REGULAR H I LO PACKET. "v JOIlv v: rol ni HN- vj. ii.coui.
f WF.F.KI.Y MlWM'tl'F.U I'RIMUD
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l.ir K.i!iti"ii. :.oOo eo.i-s.
Turn -g HO ii .war. M. WIIITNKY.
Fremont The energies of Major-General, Fremont
are preparing the Union forces for a mighty triumph,
and in less than two weeks we tuny expect to see the
Secession troops swept entirely ttom the State. In
no case yet, in the West, have they faced the Federals
unless having thrice their number, and in each in
stance have they been signaily defeated. Regiment
after regiment arrives daily from Indiana and Illinois,
and becomes, with almost miraculous rapidity, arm
ed aud efficient soldiers.
Gen. Seigel arrived in town lat night, August 0,
with his command from Holla. He will at once direct
himself to urgent business here, and will probably re
turn, the first of next week, to Rolla again, and. it is
thought, will commence offensive operations immedi
ately. The enemy seem to lie resting in a sadly crip
pled an'I almost helpless state at Springfield, and if
they make any important movement soon, I think it
will be towards the Arkansas border. They h ive no
wish to try again the metal of the Federal arms; and
their failure to pursue when Seigel was obliged to fall
back, shows the situation in which the victorious lit
tle'army left them. JWo. paptr.
rjlUK I'VDKKSIfJNKO WISIIKS TO l.V-
& form the .u!ili that iiaviiivr an entire new stork and
arrnnceineiits hv which he will he in receipt nf any new styles
ot pictures hi-ii may he taken either hi Sim Fraii. i-to or Netr
Voik. will le :ihl- to r.ieet nr'h-rs !rom this date in the Int-'st
pryle.-, and at extremely low prir.-s. Also azures his irieii.U ami
patrons tnat lie will either luliy satily tin in in tle-ir pictures
or no pay.
Tli- present rtoc'; mi h.iiu! harinp he 11 s. h'cte.l hy Mr. V. F.
Howhoid. ;it s;,n Franc-sen. i.ll may rest assured it is nf the
ls-st ti:thtv and latest fashion.
A M IsKOTVPi:?.
RING PICTI REj?.
JOS. V. KINO, Artist,
CT.VSm Next to the Post oitiee, up stain.
Von KOLT & HEUGIC
Have on Hoard of the
VII.V KXI'H(TKI TO AKK1VK FIIOM
M.9 JlauiliuriT, the follow ,ng
EU6. 0. QURAND'S
PI lOTOG Ii.VI'lIIC
Caligraphic Gallery !
rjplIF. I XPF.RSKJXFd) RUSPF.CTFl'bbV
informs the Ladies, ai d the PnMir of Honolulu, that he
has received, ex Vinkr a MiW T'"K, itichi'liei; Plain and
Fancy lases and Eraioes of all description", which criiiioi Is; :
surpa-s.-d l.y mux triinir ever u-iiMtrte.l to tliese IshtriN.
Hm I). I. ti.il.ery is s.taated in a commodious, central, ,
and at the fame time retired place, and those who will favor
him with a call, will fiud him always anxiuus to give entire I
VIEWS OF DWFJJslN'GS j
V KSSKIsS. etc..
Taken at VERY REPITKP PRICKS, in the latest styles, on
I'ahkr, tii.i.ss, Melainotype Platvs, Patent Leather, India. Rub i
Per, .Me. i
tr Pictures also inserted in Lockets, Rincs, Metlallions, i
U-reast Piiis, A;c, with neatness.
K. D. KI RAXH. Artist.
JTT-oin Kinir Street, next door to 11. Iiinioml i Sin
Cl'oicc Assorlmcnt of (.'ood. !
Most carefully sel. ctnl. which they offer M reasonable prices,
vi : a complete and varied assortment of
Of Rest and I-itsit Styles, roinprisitiL'
foiton, h ilf linen, iinen Summer Pantaloons.
W hue and colore.1. laocy ami hlack liuckskin, Clnth an 1
. sUin IViOtS.
Rlack Alp.uva I'ents.
hin;:le ami d-mlde hreastrsl superior ltl.uk Cloth CoaU,
Assorted colored fine P.in.-i.ni Coats.
Mime Marseil.es. Mark Satin and colored Silk Vests,
HOOTS A.M SIIOI'S,
Offset material and workmanship, vir. :
i-iit Calf llis.ts. Ridu.f: Roots. Lastin" (Suiters,
KUtic Ties, i'alf Itniiraas and low Hioes,
l.a.!ie" Ll istic liaiters. Calf Shoes,
Children's Sh's nnd tiaiters, assorted sizes.
II ATS AM) APS.
A Cue asortni,rit of Hats of various styles and colors, vil :
Li !..- Kelt and Straw Riding Hats,
lients Cloth Cups,
Chii'ireii's Hals Hud Caps.
Of different kinds, larir-fize, of ir.ssl material, and well made.
Mlk ami Merino I n ler-hirts ami Drawers.
IlKV COOIIS AM SI'MIKIKS.
Rales superior French Prints, small paUerns. latest styles.
Cases pi.iiu. hLiclt and rtr-iir d I'.iiaui.ilt.i, Orleans and
Pi-ces sup. hlack I.ustrietie, Mack ami white 5atin,
Rlack and C"!..r- d .Moire Ardiipie Silk,
Pieces Mark Th.ls-t. hlack Velvet.
11 .in, colored and fancy Cashinensi. Irish Linen,
Indies' hlack Silk Hose", Merino half Hose.
Kmhr-'idt ries an I Liul-roi h-ry Canvas.
Asserted Silk I'mhrellas. sup. while Blankets, larite site.
Case S.i'ldh-s and Saddlery, fine mcket Cutlery,
Sailors' sheath Knives. Saw tiles.
ireat Moitul Playiin.' Cards, Manassa Oil,
Superior K:lU tie lol..erie.
A few of the well-known MOSS PICTl'RES,
Cases new style of useful and his-'hly ornamental German
and French Fancy Articles for Christinas and New
fiss assorted li-.IU. Pi.ininoes, Cords and Tassels,
An assortment of lil.iss R. ads.
Alexander's white attd colored Kid Gloves,
Ruled H'ritinir Paper. Ink. Feather Dusterj,
Matches. Cui-iUss Tuinhh rs,
Wine and Sherry Cla-s--. etc., etc.
Cases siiporior Hock,
Chain pa g ne,
A targe ansl varied assortment of
Al. ON HAND
Ca-es Superior SCIII KI.V."I iIX,the only
t.enuiue Article in the Market.
Case-. HOC I. HON WHISKY.
ALSO, SOON TO FOLLOW,
I-:x --VllxM-t 0"Sivxilfl,"
VIA SAN FRANCISCO,
Bales large size scarlet, blue and
white Woolen Dlankets.
Cases sup. black and blue Broad
Merino Undershirts, Ladies and
Gents' Hosiery, etc., etc.
JTs-lm 1 V Corner Fort an I Merchant Streets.
BY THE " RADUGA
A MUCK ASSORTMKXT OK IIARliWARE,
.E. cousistini; in part of
Hunt's hundhil Axes, K lly's hoys' iln. do.,
I'liare.ial Iroos, 1,'ollins' mason's Hammers,
Cut N.iiU. 4, 5. , s. In. I J, a, :iu. 40. iO and 60d,
i linch Nails, cut Nails, lioi-lim .' P.rads. sheet Ix ad,
R.-st ipiality Smooth and .lack Planes. Jointers.
A lari:e assortment of ll.ui.l. Panel ami Rip Saws, coinpris-
ini: Groves i Sons', Spi-ar A; Jackson's, and American
Compass and wet Saws, C ?. socket Chisels,
S irk'-t tinner Chisels.
A law assortment of door Locks, cntnprisinir new styles of
mortice and rim Locks. Western and Elm City l.ock,
Rahls-tt'-d Latches and Lin ks, heavy sprin? Ralaiice.s,
Hriitht Il xiks and Eyes. Plumhs and Levels,
Try Squares c-'iitaiuiui; plinnh :tnl level,
Stevens' and "Stanley's ivory and huxwood pocket Tvules,
Prawer, i npooard and trunk locks,
Rrass and iron Pad Locks, in (treat variety.
Improved and new pattern window Sprinps,
I lose Couplings for li an 1 1 j inch. hse Riln, crotun do.,
TinntsI, Itrass and steel Spurs, with leathers,
Clothes-line Hooks, cup Hooks,
Common and line Kuives and F'TKS,
Ivory Carvers an I Forks, t.ilile SOs-ls.
Cook's C. S. patent Auu'ers, do. C. S. patvu auaer Uils,
Plaosi tMitter Knives, nurse Lamps with tea kettle.
Plated Spectacles, alhata tea and tahle Sioons,
Yard Mieks. axe Hatchets, Mattocks, "ruh Hoes,
!r-'ii and hrass emiet Screw., all sizes.
Sofa Springs. Rritaunia Casters with hottles.
Hand tnime Slates, Mind L xrks and Hinites,
Curriers' Tools. Consisting of stones, "lasses, slickers, steel
and knives ; tiuishine Nails, in pep. rs, shoe Nails,
Cut Tacks, native tin's, rone I. interns,
Tinned Saucepans ami Ten Kettles.
City, harrel and chamber Roils.
Adze-eye md stripped ll-inuuers. shoe Hammers,
Charcoal Furnaces. sh Thread, fittinir do.. i
Freiir'i and American Calfskins, men's and hoys' Ists, J
l-eotli-r Measures, shoe Pens. Pincers, welt Knives, j
Welt Awls, hirf.t Weh, I'.hick Rail. Wax. Heel Rail, j
F.tl'e R.ackiita, hrass and horn Shoe Lnts,
L--ather Preservative, spouse Pluckine.
Carpenters Pencils, shaving Rrush'-s, h.h Lines, 1
Plated Soup Ladles, Itrttannia do., sash Fasts,
i. H. Walker's and Elev's Percussion Capi, j
Hicks' 1 at Caps lor law nipples. Cork Scievvs, J
Peg Cutters, sheep Slcars, nrappini; Paper. j
Shot" Kniisi, :twl H:itts. rocoa-haudle Knives.
Clout Nails, shoe Tacks, brass and iron Ilutt Hinees,
Poket Knives in trrcat variety, line Scissors and Shears,
Razors, shoe Punches,
A LtKGK ASSORTMKXT OF
Files and Rasps. Won.! Saws, iron and hrass wire Sieves, small
hair Sieves, Yankee shte Rru.hes. horse do., paint, white
wJh and wall Rrushes. chet Ilinires, Clasps nnd Staples,
Marhue spii.es, halter Chains, round-pointed rAnlen
Sj a.les, lirindstotie Fixtures, shtic'liinr Hatchets irate
Fasts and Handles, Sash Line. Aiken's Awls and
T'S'ls. patent Pes Awls and H.ifis, l-st Sewing
Awls, Eyelets fr shoemakers, wire Mousetraps,
patent evir Whips. hiiL's drop Sh"t. hrass Wire.
H.siks arnl Ulnars, Providence Ilinires,
wrousht T Hmses.3 to lrt 100.0 s. Sand
Stones, hlacksniiths' Vires, Crowhars,
Curtain Pins, ruhher Curry Comhs,
seine, sail and wrapping Twine,
Tin ilers. furniture Castors, pat.
Wrenches, tire Shovels, brick
Trowels. Miip Aucers, Pic
ture Cord, etc., etc., ttc,
ALL OF WHICH WILL RE OFFERED FOR SALE CHEAP.
S. .1. S. k I S. G
AKTrR IS AISESCK OF SEVERAL HONTITS,
TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS OF
OA 111" and the adjacent i-lands. that they have returned
and taken the commodious and convenient F.re pnsif Store in
Makee's Hlisrk. on tjaeen street, formerly occupied hy W. A.
Ai.lnch. E--' ., where they are now osMiinir and offering for sale
the most splendid assortment, and of the
LATEST STYLES OF CENTS'
READY-MADE CLOTHING I
-!-?' THE M'H'MNKK
- "TXTottio "Merrill,
Will Irnvr Honolulu tor llilo.
n 1: ; r l a k ly v. v r. u y v k i: k r
CABIN PASSAGE to .r from H:lo .".
-i'-tf a. K CLARK.
vi:i. FAK0 A: ( O.N
I-: x i u 1: - s ,
REGULAR PACKETS RKTWEEN HoXoLl'LU
AN tl SAN FRANCISCO.
T jt the spee-iy an-i safe couv eva-i.-e of Merchandise. Coin, let
ters ar.d vaiuji) !e parcels, to ail parts 1 ( the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Acent at Hon 1l,.::a !: t-;;!s of exohaaire in sums to suit
On Welis F.iriro jt Co.. San Francisco or New York. Also.
Well. Fare , C.i.'s (ranked C S. Gove-n-nent envelos ,
which pa-s free over the Co i'--r-.n-i ai:d ceas: r.u; s, aud .-vvr
the Atiar t:c r.-ute from S.in Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections premptlv attended lo.
Oct. 1. isetf. A.J. CAUTW RIGHT. Acent
JUST RECEIVED !
NI FOR SALE
Ac, .vc C'lisistin
12 x IS.
VMKIl E AM) WELL
As.s. iUi'MLNT of Ruil Utif Materials
iu part of
I'.Mihle Sash D.x r, with h;inls. half rollii.j;.
Cellar ';nil.ows, 4 iiir( t. van-us . .-s.
Window li as, s x lo. In x I J. HI x 14. U 16.
l'i x 'jo. IS x i-;, Uii x ".'4. 4 x 00. SO x in.
I.'H-ks of all kinds.
Rolls. indow Sprir.irs. Screw.
lliiiircs of i.ll kinds, .ish Fa-tei:in-s, Ho ks and Eyes.
Paints rf all kinds. Oils. Turpentine. White Lead,
Chrome Green. Paris iiiss-n. niry and iu oil.)
Rurnt I'mner. Yello.v rchre. ene:ian F.etl,
Chrome Yellow, Patent I'ryer, Litharce. Lime, io.
1 , .
tin hand, a I.ARC.E STOCK OF LI'M RER of every descrip
tion. For sale at the Lumber Yard oil Kirn:. F'ort and Merchant
Streets, hy (--4:) ' C. H. LEWLRS.
rs i :a iooi?:
AT U ( 'HON !
TO-JIOKKOW ! i
I'KIli VY, Oct. II, at I oVIot'L, A. M., j
At Sales Kouiu. will b otiertsl. & choice .-riiiieiit ol I
California POTATOES, Ih. OXIOXS.
lh. OATS. Do. BAULKY.
One iiAoroiiTi: !
Our Superior T0P-BlGGV !
AT Al ( TIO !
On Saturda7 Evening, Oct 12th,
At 7 o'eksrk. t Salts Roca. wiil he sold, msynifirrDt
PLATED WARE. SOLAR LAMPS,
I'ARIAX WARE. CIRAMIOLES.
Cll tMIELIERS. A,c.
Consisting iu part .,f the follownn rwily
Piatt-. 1 tea ets.
" tea pots.
Isrr wcik hOJ,
ti:r3is q uick i
SMALL PROFITS ! I
j i ; i : iv ssi.v i ,i-:ss : : :
JQM THUS. VV ATERHOllSE S
$m BEE HIVE
AKGG AND V
WORTHY THE ATTENTION' OF
FOR PARTICULARS, PLESE
VISIT TH23 STORE
To Prevent Mistakes, the
II A W A J IAN FLAG
Will be Suspended from the Front.
II AWA 1 1 A SO U1 F.K TOlil
WM. H. HUDDY!
AVINtl RECEIVED A L.t Rf. E AS!' El IL
st.K'k of material, is prepired t- s:ij piy h:r u.temers
and the public, with the lw t Tl rlluw aud Rrtwn
SOAP. A ls. .
-OI'T ANT) OIL SOAP,
In l.ir or small pi ant ties to su.t.
P. S. S 'ap crease always wanted. "7i-Cin
ran: uran: uran
F. r sal t v
IRESH MACARONI. L
1 homony For -ale at
ARCE A. SMALL.
A. D CARTWRItillT'i.
Ever Displayed in this Market.
The assortment consists in part of
Superfine Gont9" Dress and Sick Coit of every
variety an J description.
Every style and quality of Punts and Vests, Plait
and Fancy Shirts, which they warrant
fo fit in shape and size.
An assortment of Undershirts of the finest silk, wool,
buckskin and cotton.
LATEST STYLES HATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS.
Of th' L1TE.-T 5TYI l.
Hosiery, Suspenders, Cravat.-, etc., etc., in varieties
tixi nutnerousj to mention, at fabulously
i . o w i i ? i i csi :
A ful asaort-aent of Trunks, Vaiices and Traveling i
Bags, which the Public are especially
invited to call an 1 examine. I
Wholr.alr Denier on other lalnntlw wfli find
it to their interest to examine our joods before purchasing else- :
j s These O.-Tils have heen rsmcht at prices that defy com- j
Ie".:tion. an-i will fe sr-1-1 at c Tts-sp.it,. iiniriy lew figures. i
The t .ck will ts replenishe-l hy every vsel arrivitip from
San Francisco, r.r.d customers can alway re'.y uic.n the ci.eap
cs:, newest and Uet
A. S. t M. S GRINBaCM.
C7T-3ai Slakee's B'ota, Queen Sfcet. Honoluia.
uELGHERS & GO.
VII,L OEEER EOR S A I.E. ON ARRIVAL,
the following Uonds, shortly expected per Hanoverian
FROM II A M BURG:
Hales Fancy Prints,
Pink "and Yellow Prints,
" ;;el and lilack I'nnts,
Ponceau d 1.,
A icioria Lawn,
Litrht and dark Pine Flannel
lilue Flannel Shirts.
India Striies or Piinities,
White and colored .Moleskin,
Flack Cotton Velvet,
Jilue do. do.,
Itrnwn and nlack Linen Thread,
Cotton Thriail, white, hlue and hlack.
Pules IllankeUs, assorted Colors, lar'e sizes,
lilack Silk Velvet,
" " Rihhons,
Silk and Satin do.,
Hlue and hlack Broadcloths,
Itiack Siik I'mhrellas.
CLOTHING, SHOES AND HOSIERY.
Blue and hlack Cloth Pants,
Patent Leather Shoes.
Prr.wn Cotton Socks,
Blue mixed rio..
Striped and colored do..
Ladies' white Stockings,
Butcher Knives, assorted,
Tahle Knives and Forks,
. Bolrena Sausar..
Holland Gin, in cases of 12 hottles each,
" ' of IS
Has. .t Co.'s Pale Ale, in quarts,
II Marretti .V. S.n" do., do.,
H. Iee;jen's do., do.,
fcarciay Ji Per-ins' Porter, do.
Genuine Eau de Col ,rw,
'" Lubin's Extract.
SIIII' CHANDLER V.
Raw Linseed Oil,
teck Lighu, assorted.
An orliueiil of Eugliab Crown Iron.
27 -5 -3 m
TAPIOCA ! CITRON
Seed For sale at
AND CAR A WAV
A. D. CARTTTRIGHT'S
O u Saturday, Oct. '2, at lO o'clock A."1I.,
Ou the Premises of the late I'R. II ROl'.lNSuN, m Xauano
Valley, will he soUl ;
Ko.a Bedsteads and apvurtetiano-s. Bureaus,
Ottomans. One larire Mirrir, Cane Seat Chairs,
R'K'kinc hairs, Sprinc Sent Solas,
Marl.le Top Sidelviard, Center TaMrs.
Marble Top Washstand. Marble Top Tables,
Marble S!als. Cns-kery Ware, itlas Vare,
Uaih Tub, Iron Table. 'iron Chairs.
Kitchen and Cookin(t Utensils, Cskinp Sto-e, nearly Dew,
1 Superior Carriage and Harness ?
i ( auuim: ii ok si: :
The very desirable HOUSE & LOT !
One Stella linner Set, 83 pieces.
Gilt Frame Looking Glasses,
A splendid assortment of Solar Lamp,
Girandole with drcps.
All of which will he open aud ready f.T inspection early in
the inorning of the sale.
I'o-rarlnership Notirr !
o. nnEwBri cs oo..
nMIE CNDERSIGXKD HAVE FORMED A
1 CO-PARTNKKSH1P fcw the traruact.n of the ti"-nTa!
tuporllnft and Commistion Bmioess, as lH-r"toforr cooducted
under the name and style of C. Brewer ti Co.
27S-5ra I' II AS. 11. LI NT.
THE ONLV DEPOT WHER M EV ERS'K
BUTTER IS SOLD.
Lately occupied hy the deeeas.sl.
Term at Sale.
For Sale, Received per Raduga,
CASES HUNTER'S TOBACCO,
Cases Illwe Cottons,
Bales Brown Cottons,
Bales Pearl River Denims,
Bales Brown Hrillinu,
Casts White and Blue Cotton Thread.
Journals, Day Books, Memorandum Books,
Pass Books, Deposit Books, Writing? Ink,
Slue, Blacking. Sail Twine, &c, Ac.
271-om II. HACKFELD i Co.
Old Copper ami
1JURCH ASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
K ET PRICE, hy
H. HACKFELD k CO.
Icr 4 4 Vankec !"
BXS. FIN E OOLONG TEA 20 LBS. EACH.
" Souehonp; do 13 1-2 "
S. O. K. IV'ki e Te:i 1G "
" Young Hyson Tea 17 " "
Catties" Curious Breakfiust do. 3 " "
276-2H1 For sale by S. 8A VIDGE.
EVE LENTA ARABICA FOOD.
For sale by . SA VIDGE.
REG ON' SMOKED HAMS.
California Cream Cheese.
For sale hy S. SA VIDGE.
SACKS CALIFORNIA OATS.
For Sale by S. 8AVIDGF..
fiOODWIVS SMOKING TOBACCO.
For Sale hv S. SA VIDGE.
CI A LI CORN I A PICKLES 1-2 GALLON'S.
' " " quarts.
For Sale by S. VIDGE.
" Boston Crackers,
" Wafer Bread,
" Oyster Crackers,
" Vater Crackers,
For sale by
REGON SMOKED HAMS,
Oreion Smoked Bacon,
Fresh California Iard in tins,
For sale by S. SAVIDGK.
I- Fresh I'tarl Sajro.
For sale by
EA AND PERRIN'S WORCESTER
For sale bv
J New Baisins in half boxes,
New Kaisins in quarter hoses.
or sale ny
MRESH WALNI TS.
1 Fresh Soft Shell Almonds.
For sale by
U1RESH CALIFORNIA CREAM CHEESE,
C Fresh California Swiss Cheese.
For sale by
TsRESII CALIFORNIA MUSTARD,
r Fresh Sardines 1-2 lioxes.
Fresh Sardines 1-4 boxes,
For sale by
VEW CALIFORNIA ONIONS,
i-w New California PotAto,
New Mountain Potatoes,
New East Maui Potatoes.
For sale bv
HALF BHI.S. .- I. CORNED BEEF,
New Cod Fish.
For sale by
California Chicken Feed.
For sale by
EXTRA SUPERFINE FLOUR,
Number 1 Flour.
For 9ale bv
CORN MEAL. FRESH GROUND,
In 50, 25 and 12 1-2 lb. bags.
For sale by
1THEAT FLOUR FRESH GROUND.
5(1. 25 and 12 1-2 lb. ha"-
For sale by
For sale bv
For sale bv
Light Brown Suprar.
For sale by
"1.4SES GOOD TOBACCO.
For sale hv
UPERIOR MANILA CIGARS.
For sale hy
RASS. DRIED AND PACK'D.
Tn bales of 150 lbs. each.
Fur sale by
The atiove goods sold cheap and delivered in
the city by Pouy Express.
For sale tv
Fort Street '27. 2m, S. SAVIDGE.
Fresh Molokai Butler!
MEYERS' DAIRY! SaT
Regularly received and .! isOy fr amle by
224-6UI J. STEWARD, Or.Hrrr, Hotel street.
FOR THE LADIES!
JUST RECEI VED
BY TIIE AMERICAN BARK
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
f USLIV DRESSES.
ly M Poiilin Dreses,
French PrinU, 1 yard wide, fast colors.
China Crape Shawls,
Ladies' Hats, beautiful styles,
Indies' and Children' Gaiters and Shoes of every des
A choice assortment of Perfumery, (criptioo,
And many articles of suitable selection for this market.
279-2m On N'uuami Street, above the Royal Hotel.
THE BRITISH CLIPPER BARK
Thomas Daniel !
.4 1 AT LLOYD'S FOR 14 YEARS.
VT- S TO LEA VE LIVERPOOL IN' JUNE.
T with a carefully selected carpo aitapted lor this markrl,
including tbe usual asiiortmeats of new prints, aud other
Samples of Prints and Dry Good, shortly expert -d.
270-3ra JASIOX, GKEEN k CO.
CHOICE GROCERIES !
JUST RECEIVED. EX "YANKEE," AT
IeedL Store !
r1RV SOME OF TIIE CHOICE OOLONG
TEA, in ten-pound boxes, fur Kale at the
Family Grocery and Feed Store.
27-'2m A. D. CART WRIGHT.
ri'BV SOME OF THE CHOICEST GREE.V
TEA, in seven-pound lioxes, lor Bale at the
Family Grocery and Feed Store.
A. D. CART WRIGHT.
r1RV SOME OF TIIE California Pick lea,
in half gallon and quart bottles, for Balo at
the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
f1RV SOME OF TIIE BOLOGNA SAI SAOEJ.
for ale at the Family Grocery and Feed
A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
r1RY SOME OF THE DRIED CHILE PEACHES,
for sale at retail at the Family Grocery and
A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
r,RV SOME OF TIIE PRKSER V ED GINGER
in jars, for sale at the Family Grocery arl
A. D. CARTWRItfHT.
TMIRV SOME OF THE Calir.r.la J.asble.,
Ginger Cakt Ginger Snaps, Jenny Lind
Cakes, Sugar Crackers ; Soda, Boston, Graham,
Milk, Oyster, 'Wine, Water and Picnic Crackers,
for Kile at retail at the Family Grocery and Feed
A. I). CARTWRIOHT.
tran: bran :: bran::: new at
1 1-4 cents per pound, for sale at the
Family Grocery and Feed Store.
A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
AUI OAT II A V. 1 t-i rent per poaatf,
ia- California Oat Ilay, - lc "
New Barley, - - - - 2 " "
Xew Corn, - - - - 1 ,
At the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
A. V. CARTWRIOHT.
JAUI MOUNTAIN POTATO KS,
California and Humlxildt Bay Potatoes,
At the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
CASES AND BARRELS SAN' FRANCISCO
Pilot Bread, for sale at the Family Grocery
and Feed Store.
2o-2m A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
T'RY SOME OF TIIE California HamoBT.
For eale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAV,
2(U-2m A. D. CARTWPJGHT,
Fort St. near Hotel.
ISLAND WHITE BEANS.
Island Colored B-'ans,
California Pea Boana,
Chile Bayos Beans,
For Bale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
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at retail and in tins For sale at
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Fresh Ground Wheat Meal,
Kxtra California Family Flour,
New Maui Flour (new crop,)
Oregon Lard at Retail.
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