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HrpatMek ijcr lirnurn - OiL.k ii'xiolulu
j Ktlrnrl's frtiu Suulhrrn Faprra.
I RKrri"N in Niw Orlkan From an intell:gent
' ?eiitiemrn .lirect frmu Ne-r Orleai;, where be is in
f n-iir.c- nn 1 a rrt rr.'nTit clt'zni, who c rrn up y
r-iilri'i'l to 'u!uinbu-. Ky., atil theiice to Vmi by
; .i'p-in.er, a'rivi?;z hre I i.-t nijiit, we hae important
' n-w frfiii i irlmni nr.-l 1 ei.Lc?!ee. lie asiurt-s
; us th vt SMce--i. i whioli wi -j.'.! tt:e ra;;e at New Or
!i . !!:- a iii'inrh :i-, is r ip: i Jjiiz out, anl th t it
i-1 as ".! now to t.ilk ci tSe L'nii ii in t!.tt citj :i it
i to pri-ich .lis'inion, an 1 tli it ia a fortnight hence
he Uiinif r." n. iii's lire wi'.i be s ife who d re to
i pr-'r! in rf bfIiiTi. Tm bni .ra ,nrn in .Wit Or.
'. i' ins, uh-t s.j.ff .c.i i ui'f'i I y rr'jcllion hare
I then it l i ! the mmUf with the fa.! resolve to r-hake
off the niiitiii-ire wii:.'!i is wolhliij sj 'lajtrously
upf-n th c.jnitn-rc? of th city, an l inJeeJ the who'.e
ufh-wt-t. He T3, by Ser.teiu'.er, the wiio'e State
of Ixui-iaii will rt pu i:i:e cccyi..n bt-joa.l a doubt.
S'iiTHu:v "itif. The fllcwlng i a letter from
V.c!;-! uriT. M;-.
Ur.r S.utiifrri cit;.-". -in-l recially Vickbiir?, can
b compKr'-l verv well ti a "teenier on the .Mirj:-ippi,
. wh -.e b'.ttr ai i- pert-jr-ire 1 ry a thous:ir..l hules.
whioh i pf.-i''pti! !y ai..I r.ifii-J ' y sinking. There is
no bu-it. 1 -ii g. 'J'he s-iitives are Jure the tner-
: chinM are ! i'l.nj on the counters. There is no mon
ey, no cre-lit, at.'J jrovi.;oi.9 scarce an 1 dear. If the
war c-.n'inne-; thi whole coutitry wiil be OTerwhelm
j el in b-uiVrnpt.-y an l ruin, 'l'here is no money in
the country. To supply the deficiency anl defray
; the exj e'-afs of the government, and to support the
i arrny, we .. ve reoi te 1 to the is?ue of the 4'orifeJe
i rste b. wii..-'., if the blcckaJe is cffectu-il, will, I
! am afraid, be equul to the old continental money,
j Our nogfoes brinjri us in very little, it is alrrn.!-t iui-
pf s,.:h!e to get work at any price. Thousands have
enlistel in the army merely for "ipprTt. The only
; bmtle in our city is from the 9oldiery drilling and
( corning and g ing. The pcaon ha been quiet fivor-
ao.e. rops are nne and fruit in abundance. 1 am
in hopes we fhall not perish fur want of food, although
many mut suff.-r.
of yh Aixsiiirs &. onim vkssi:ls
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Adventures in Africa.
The (.lowing Interratinif extracts are t -ken from a new wrrk
ititlni Lxb-ratiuns an-l Altr-ntures in ruatnal Africa,"
k r'aul lm CUaiUu, Uie dincvterrr of Uie ioriUit.
NT FIRST COr.ILLA.
Suddenly, aa we wen jet creeping alonf;. in a
silence which tnaJ-r a lieavj Lreath Keem loud and
distinct, the wixhLj wi re at once died with the
tremendous barking rtrar of the gorilla. Then
the underbrush swuved rajidlv just ahead, and
tire -nil j iMrTore us stood an liiiuieiise male gorilla.
Me had gne throuijli the jungle on his all-fours ;
but when he saw our party he erected himself and
looked us boldlj in the fai. lie tod aNut a
dozen yards from us. and was a siht, I think,
never V forget. Nearly six feet high, (he proved
two inch iihorter,) with imiuense lody, huge
chest, and great mu.cular arni. with fiercely
glaring, largj, deep gray eyes, and a hellish ex
pression of face, which weuied to me like ome
nightmare vision : thus ftood before us this king
Df the African forests. !! was not afraid of us.
He stood there, and beat his bn-ast with his huge
CM till it resounded like an immense ba.-s-druni,
which is their mode of offering defiance; mean
time giving vent to roar after roar. The roar of
the gorilla is the most singular and awful noise
heard in these African woods. It begins with a
sharp Lark like an angry dog, then glides into a
deep Itftsft roll, which literally and closely resem
ble the roll of distant thunder along the eky, for
which I have sometime len tempted to take it
whore I did not see the animal. !So deep is it
that it seems to proceed lew from the mouth and
throat than from the dt.vp chest and vast jaunt h.
His eyes Wgan to lla.-h fiercer fire as we tood
motionlees on the defensive, and the crest of short
hair which stands on his forehead began to twitch
rapidly up and down, while his powerful fangs
Were shown as he again sent forth a thunderous
mar. And now, truly, he reminded me of no
thing but some hellixh dr.tiui creature a being
of that hideous order, half man. half Wast,
which we find pictured by old artii-ts in some re
presentations of the internal regions. He ad
vanced a few steps then stopped to utter that
hideous rar again advanced again, ami finally
ttpjied when at a distance of about six yards
from us. And here as he began another of his
roars and beating his breast in a rage, we fired
ami killed him. With a groan which had some
thing terribly human in it. and yet was full of
brutishuees. it fell forward on its lace. The ImhIv
shook convulsively for a lew minutes, the limls
moved about in a struggling way, an l then all
was qiiet death had done its work, and I had
leisure to examine the huge body. It proved to
be five feet ten inches high, and the muscular
developement of the arms and breast showed
what immense strength it had possessed.
A DA KING ELEl'ilANT HUNTER.
Ogouia has the reputation of being the greatest
hunter of elephants in all the country about here.
As he could speak Mpongwe, he told me some of
his adventures, which proved, indeed, that he was
a daring and expert fellow, lioing out to the
hoot one day he met two elephants. Being alone,
he liad carried but one gun, and would have re
treated and watched for a safer chance ; but the
great beasts saw him and did not give him oppor
tunity. He was obliged to make a stand, and
taking good aim, killed one elephant. Unfortu
nately it was the female, and the male seeing its
partner fall, immediately rushed at him. He
turned to retreat, and caught his foot in a trail
ing vine. The more he struggled the less he got
loose, and meantime his pursuer was tearing down
everything in its way. and was almost on top of
him when he got his fiot loose, and in despera
tion swung himself into a young sapling which
stood at hand. IScuree had he done this when
the elephant, trumpeting with rage, was beneath
him. lie seized the sapling with his trunk, and
awayed it violently back and forth, determined to
pull it down, tut as it swung on one side,
Ogouia nimble through desperation, was able to
catch at another whii h stood mar, and when the
elephant seized this he gave himself a great
wing, and caught the out-stretched branch of a
huge full-grown tree, climbing to a saf.s height,
in which he could afford to laugh at the vain ruge
of his enemy.
AX UNWELCOME BEDFELLOW.
I wandered about the town the rest of the day
watching the lazy negroes, and did not return to
my house till after dark. I struck a match and
et fire t a torch to go to bed by ; and casting
my eyes about to see if anything had leen dis
turbed, noticed something glittering and shining
under my akoko or low batuboo bedstead. I did
not pay much attention to the object, which did
not seem important by the dim light of the torch,
till, just as I approached the bed to arrange it, I
aw that the glitter was produced by the shining
scales of an enormous serpent which lay quietly
coiled up there within two feet of me. My fim
motion was to retreat 1ehind the door; then I
bethought me to kill it. But unfortunately my
two guns were set againt the wall b:ick of the
bed, and the snake was between me and them.
As I stood watching and thinking what to do,
keeping the doorway fairly in my rear for a speedy
retreat, 1 noticed that my visitor did not move,
and finally mustered up courage to creep along
the floor to the bedside and quickly grasp one gun.
Happily it was ljaded very heavily with large
hot. I placed the muzzle fairly against one of
the coils of the serpent, fired, and then ran out.
At the report there was an instant rush of ne
groes from all aides eager to know what was the
matter. They thought some one had shot a man.
and then run into my house for concealment. Of
course thv all rushed in after, helter-skelter :
i and as quickly rushed out again, on finding a
great snake writhing alout the floor. Then I
, went in cautiously to rce mnoitie ; happily my
I torch had kept alight, and I saw the snake on the
fl.ior. My shot had been so clos. lv fired that it
had cut the body fairly m two, and both ends
were now lopping about the floor. I gave the
head some blows with a IiA-ay stick, and thus
killed the animal ; and then, to my surprise, it
disgorged a duck, which it had proba'bly swallow
ed that afternoon, and then sought shelter in my
hut to digest it quietly. This pretty sleeping
companion measured eighteen feet in length. I
must confess that I dreamed more than once of
serpents that night, for they are my horror.
CAPTURE OF A YOUNG GORILLA.
We were walking along in silence, when I
heard a cry, and presently saw liefore me a female
gorilla, with a tiny babv-gorilla hanging to her
breast and sucking. The mother was stroking
the little one, and looking fondly down at it ; and
the scene was so pretty and touching that I held
my fire, and considered like a soft-hearted fel
low whether I had not better leave them in
peace, liufore I could make up my mind, how
ever, my hunter fired and killed the mother, who
fell without a struggle. The mother fell, but the
Iwhy clung to her, and with pitiful cries endeav
ored to attract her attention. 1 came up, and
when it saw me it hid its poor little head in its
mother's breast. It could neither walk nor bite.
o we could easily manage it ; and I carried it,
while the men bore the mother on a pole. When
we got to the tillage another scene ensued. The
men put the body down, and I set the little fel
low near. As soon as he saw his mother he
crawled to her and threw himself on her breast.
He did not find his accustomed nourishment,
and I saw that he perceive! something was the
matter with the old one. He crawled over her
body, smelt at it, and gave utterance, from time
to time, to a plaintive cry "boo, boo, hoo?
which touched my heart. I could get no milk
for this poor little fellow, who could not cat, and
consequently died on the third day after he was
caught. He seemed more docile than the other I
bad. for lie already recognized my voice, and
would try to hurry "toward me when he saw me.
I put the little body in alcohol, and sent it to Ir.
yman, oi oston, lor dissection.
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"-r lb ". at VI I"T h.-;i.l, an. I i. t at 1 oU a h.-ail.
Also, KruiUaii l i icrtai.!es ot arinus kin i can be procurtnl at
the above ohiii. 'I j.rt.
XT Wool aluy on hand at the tach in quantities to uit
urchav-r. (.-tf) OKoKOE A 11 AKMAN.
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A 1 J E N TS OF THE
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Is thi ily di-isolveU liy mutual conx'iit.
Eit ier parti. rr ) authoriit.il to attend to the liquidation of the
a'J.nr . i,l the late linn.
; CHAS. P.KEW'EK. 2n,
Honolulu, July I, lol. ?67-L'm
rX"lKItSIC."XKI WII.I. COX1IM K
tlic tr.-neral lini".rtii'.2 :ii:l Conirn;-iion i;uin'!-s, under
the name and style of C. ItKEW Ell Ai A O.
11 Kit MAS l'ECK
South (arulina (.'olden Sied Rice.
fEIIOSK AVIIO WISH TO PKOCI'RK FEED
M ol the a'x.vi: nam.-.l fluent sort of S. C Hie, will do wc'l
to l-nv.' tlo ir T'I.-r; at the e:irii---t ".nrtunity. with Mr. H. of
the II- H. A. a. Aiiirdeiu, or Ik.x o7, 1'. O.. or Mr. J. o. Carter.
From the vScat of War!
X S A I.K. It V R KC K XT A It R I V A X.S. Til K
followinir choice asbortuient of lirocerit-at the store ol the
THK "VAXKEE." Jl ST ARRIVED
!Mn Fi-ancic', the iind-rniifiiel have received.
direct from Dixie, the following very choice and favorite
brands of Tohaoco, viz :
IIeires of Virginia.
Hamilton Gold I-af,
.Medal Natural Inf.
FerguHon K'loth's Ie:if,
Johu Ai:der-.n'.- Silace,
T'.ti-it in Tin Foil,
f MOKING TOIIACCO
A p malic.
Maccaboy and French Kappee Snuff.
A email lot of (.enuine Havana CicaM and Ciirarros de Garcia,
Meerschaum Pijieii and A'iirnr Holders,
An asNortid I .t French Pipes,
For sale nt the HARPOIt COVFEK SALOON on the the wharf
corn, r of tuct-u and Nun.ii.u htr" t.
J70-om NOl.TK A: Kltt'GEH, Proprietors.
RM AM) AFTER THIS DATE, THK
amlcr-iiitm-'l her-.-ny civen notice, tliat he will not be re-
Mnninle lor or pay any debt or bili wh-iti'ver contracted in
h.s name without hi" written order. JOSEPH l!OOTJI.
Honolulu. June 07 Jsill. or,tv.-iin
II KR ETOFORE
Kiton Ai llari" u this day dissolved by mutual content.
CHAS. V. HAKT.
Honolulu. July lt, ISol. 27-oin
Jrouud bl-ick peplr,
Whole do do.
A ream ta.t.ir,
S. C. oda,
HaMiil tl 'ur,
tr'-h currant'!, in tins,
Tinn I utter crackers.
Tin oy-lor cracker,
Tinn wine crackers,
Fr-li I. lters.
I i-ncli capers
French mustard, Smoked hams""
S noked tierrimrs, Gi-e.':; corn,
Ilest O.'lol: lea. Hops,
Crashed and loaf snL'Hr, S.ap, ktt
'h Island butter and ground cotr.'e silwnyn or. iiand
II. M 1NTYRE.
I i'r serves,
I Fresh apples
1 Fresh i'.iiiices.
t resh p.-aclR-s,
Strawberry jam, Jtc, 4c c, sc.,
Tins water crackers,
Tit: siijr.ir crackers.
Tin s.nia crackers,
EiilIisIi pie fruits.
S. P. Fp
iiK w lia. -h . chartering !i.p. etc.
U7 and lit Ca'iiforniA street.
Kit iS To :
ItH' w f K A- Co., N
P. EVKRKTT. EvJ., J
.8. J. SOI TiltiA'i i: A: Co.
Importers i: ('oK!inisioii .Merchants.
r.iuriv riRi-TRooF wakehouse,
I'MOX WIIYKF, VM'TOKIA, V. I.,
KF.FEH PY PFHMISSIOS. TO
M t .ks. It. Pav::s,s ."t Co., Paukers, Sa-.i Francisco,
I'.imi.i. i,:itr .v Co, ,
A". A. Low .1: Co., San Francisco.
Ci:o- & t'ii.. S
i'.. H.'HM 'lILAFoEB ii STAI"tNH'lK."T, Hi'l.ohll'J.
and everything n-'iuir. .1 fi r .1 c. n. i
X.T Fri-sii Ml't'.ics. pet.lt'.rs, an I
i 20 tf P. PlTVAS. Esj.
CUAS. WOLCOTT BKiKKS, W. I HANK IAM. ll'WAKDF HALL, JR
filAS. V. CROOKS k CO.,
123 Sansome Street, San lrancisco, Cnl.
1ART1CI I.AR ATTKXTIOX G1VKXTO
the Pui-c'ias-. Shipment and Sale of Merchandise ; to ror
wardiiu.' and Traiishipnx-nt of i.'o"ds ; the Charterii i and Sale
of Vessels ; the Supplying; of WhaUships ; and the Negotiation
Exciiange on Honolulu in sums to suit.
ADVANCES MADE OX CONSIUNMENTS.
Its OV OIL AM)
tUi' tf i rtft n-'iift
M,H;7'MiUi hi S ii
Y-- . u:iii ii in Uiii
the -.oiith-1-"! t:t:
f l-.-iiir.M.in or Pvu
MUCKS & LAMBERTS
RE FEU TO
P.. F. Ssow, Esq., Honolulu
C. IlHKWKK Jli Co., "
.1 S. Waiki!:. "
H. Hackkh.i. Co., "
P.knj. Pitman. II 1 1 .
Si ttos A; Co.. Sew York.
212-tf Swot .Si Al i.ks, New Hedford
Jas. Hi nni wki t.,
IlKSRV A. 1'KlhCK,
A'HAa. llKKW i:il,
S. CRIFHTTS MORIiAN.
C. S. HATH A WAV.
E. F. STUNK
aIIOIKi.IX, STOXK & CO.,
Commission an.l F'Twanlms M- n hants. San Francisco, Cal.
References, T. S. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. A: A. H. Sye,
& Swift . Si Perry, New Hedtord. Messrs. Grimiell Mintuni c
Co., New York, John M. Forbes Esq., I!o.-ton, Messrs. Per
kins Al Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
, THK PACIFIC MAIL STEAM-
ship t'o.'s steamers will, until further notice.
. F'. - r.-ct ive (id and WhaleU'iie at Acapulco, for
r--""-"C.1"-"-? tra:isiortatiiu in Panama by Panama K.iil
r'.i.l to A-j.inwill. a: d I hence by sailing vei Is to NtW irk,
at the following rrit.-s through. v:z :
Oii. t-n cents v-r cailon.
Whalebone, two and one-quarter cents (-Jc) per omid.
U7i)-t".ic FORRES 4- HAPCOCK.
Noiice to Masters & Owners of Whale
c-vt THK rXOERSIUVEI) I! KG LEAVE
Zr to ann-uinee to masters ot whale slops, and the public
.tJSfc " ireneral. that they have succ.tsled in leasiuc from the
French Government at Tahiti, the railway and heaving down
premises, includii'. storehouses, etc.. etc., and are now prepared
to execute repairs with dispatch and at lower rates than at any
other port in the Pacific. OWEN Ai GOOMNU.
Honkon Under writer's Notice.
riAHE I XDERSKJXEI). IIAA"IXG I1KK.X
a appointed Surveyor for the " New York Hoard of Cnder
writers." takes this metlnnl of inf..nninc shi(-musters that he is
always ready at the shortest notice to attend to any business
required ol hint in that cupacilv.
P. C. WOODKl FF,
Corner of Queen's Road and Potlinjrcr Street.
fAllFSri!SCRII!EKS A Y
& ure of annouiu'iai: 10 their iiLtiio-n
that they have neon henored by thceoiiiiinit
1 nstitute, S.tn Kaiu-isi-o, w ith a
s patr.-ii. (rilLj.
1 the Mi'Cl.j11itv
11 I srr I MMOI I I
t AUn, thrt Hie Sail Frami(M lt:y Acrn-iiltui;il h.Vittj hT
awaruca mem iru ir
riiisr CLASS pumm el
Rut however pratifyin to the ad veil ten I
for the same
Hongkong, So ember, 15'J.
n 0. BhiTiy&w
XT The undersitrne.l is iiutlmriz'.l to settle all the affairs of
the kite Crrn. und will continue the business at the old stand on
his own account. JOHN" R1TSOS.
A Harbor for the Pirate.
C'uraeoa, the island where the Confederate pi
rate, the Sumptrr, so comfortably refitted and
obtained supplies, lies in the Caribbean sea, near
the coast of Venezuela, in latitude 12 N. and long
itude 03 W. It lielong) to the Dutch (."overn
ment, and has been for many years a depot from
which the Spanish Main and many ol the sur
rounding islands have been supplied with provi
sions and manufacture, mostly earned thither
from America. The i.Iaml is very favoral.lv
situated for a very convenient center of trade, a
fact which was long ago known to the freebooters
and Cllibusters of the West Indian seas, who
made it one of their headquarters. Many of the
f. resent inhabitants are descended from these A-ar-ier
The trade of Curaeoa is at present entirely in
the hands of Dutch Jews, who find here line oj
port unities for getting wealth, and have for some
years driven out the staid and honot old Dutch
merchants who formerly carried on the commerce
of the island. These Jews are traders who have
no scruples, and w ill be glad to furnish the Con
federate pirates with all they need. They have
full sway Ain the island, hold the most important
places, have their creatures in the courts, and
themselves fill the liovernor's council. The
tloveriior is ntvcssarily their creature, because if
he should resist their will they would have him
removed. There is no small doubt that this peo
ple are favorably inclined towards our insurgents,
being, like these, slaveholders, and unscrupulous
and eager for trade of whatever kind. They
have in their stores all the coal and provisions
which Davis" privateers need. The island has
long been tiie princijul depot in these seas for
Ijwder and shot, and large juaiuiti' S of warlike
materials are always in store litre, in the hands
of these merchants. And the vesvls of Davis
will find no difficulty in enlisting seamen here
for their piratical business.
It is stated that the Sunt r was received in
Curacoa under protest from the American Con
sul. This persin is named Mum's Jt-s.-uroen, a
native of the island. He is not, so fir as is
known, a naturalized American citizen. His fam
ily is one of the wealthiest in the place, and he is
himself one of the prominent merchants of the
island. If, as is stated, the Surij(rr was repair
ed at Curacoa, it must have been at a ship-yard
owned bv the Jessuroon family, localise they
own all the ship-yards in the port. The coal de
pots are also in the hands of the Consul'6 rela
tions, if not in his ow n.
Under these circumstances, the government
will do well to send out as quickly as possible a
trusty agent, with full power to Lik after our
rights in this island and its dependencies. The
officers of the Hollandish men-of-war are not un
der orders of the Iovernor, and are not. accord
ing to all accounts, favorably disposed towards
the rebels. It would be well to station an Amer
ican man-of-war near the island, to enforce ail
the just demands of a government agent. Cura
coa is only two days and a half sail fruin Aspin
wall, with a fair wind and current. It would
answer excellently for the Confederates as a point
whence to strike at the California treasure ship ;
and this is an additional reason why immediate
action should be taken to keep the pirates out of
this neighborhood. .V. V. Pot.
II A RTKR HAS ISKK.X GRAXTKD HY
the Hawaiian Government to a Company calied the
W aim ka Gka.isi; ink AtiKirt lti bal Company, for the .uiiose
of carryit:on a Grazing and Agricultural business on the Island
of Hawaii. The l"llowiuE iiersons have been el.i-ted officers for
I the first year : W. L. Green. President ; Georue C. McLean,
S-crrlary and Treasurer: Francis Sencer, Maiiaceron Hawaii.
Ity the C'liaiter, the liability i.f each Stockholder is limned to
ti.e amount due uiu the share or shares held or owned l.y hiui.
GEO. C. Mi LEAN, Secretary.
Honolulu, Auc. 8, 111. i7'J-;im
Per Am. Steamer " Santa Cruz !"
ASI) FOR SALE. BY TIIE I N I'F.RSIGN ED.
CASKS inxnl.rn. SPIRITS Tl'RPKXTIXlI
Kxes Sperm Candles, i's. C's,
" is'.i. Mip. Ily.os' Ale. 6 d"l. ia., qts. and pts..
Hales Burlaps, 4i) in ,
A'ases 10 cais. ea.. Alcohol,
Case w j.p.w Cliquot " A'hamiairne,
" Green Sea! "
AA trsk'-y. 1 d. x. each.
Biati.ly, " For sale by
27-lm J. C. SPALDING.
IIONOLULP, OAIH", If. I.,
OFFERS FOR FOU S A I.E. AT THK LOW.
EST MARKET RATES, the following assortm-JUl of mcr
i A'ut Goblets
Hay State Lanterns, hoses Glass.
Tried Apph s,
MAPS OF TICK I .MTl'D STATES.
Baps Shot, be xes Needles, Measuring Tapes,
SOLAR LAMP CHIMNEYS,
Iron I?lt rails. One Cnliin Tiilile.
Larire Compasses, Coj.M-r Pumps, R.-at Comp asses. Door Mats.
FAIRHANK'S PLATFORM SCALES,
" A'OLNTER "
ANCHORS AND CHAIN'S.
P ItUSS 1 : LS C A 11 P ETIXG .
One sup. Patent Force Pump, Assorted sin If Hardware.
Brand's Whaling Guns,
One Brown s halinir Gun and Irons, one srt iron strap
Cuttine Blocks, with chain e-nd.ints, Miu.-inz Machines. Boat
Anchors, Iron Rowlocks, superior New Bedford hi. let oats.
Oil. CASKS AMI SIIOOKS.
Lnrr nsMrlm'l Mauiln nud II-iii Cordar,
Comosit!On Sheathinp Nails,
Couiosition A'..pTini Sails,
Kei-s Cut Nail.-..
207-tf kc, Jtc, Jtc.
S.l FlllMlSlli fORILWiE FKTflliV.
CIORDAGK OF KVERV SI.K M A X I" FA C-
TI RED to order. Con-t.nitlv on hand, a larce as.
sortmentof MAM I. .4 J.fJ HUMP KOI'K. fall si7.es). Bale
Rojie, Tow Line, Oakuiu, Aic. for sale by Tl'BHS A: CO.,
"ioO-lv l'i'.'. Front Street, San Francisco.
MAKE TIIE BEST
Fiirniliiii Ix'ootN, nil kinds,
thus ilistintruishtsl, it is with greater p-. ide th.-y state tlir
that (notwith-tandiu,.' the ov rwhelmiin; inip"it'.ti.n of an atu
lie from the East, a.iiiuiii: their title,.' the deinand fer the
Popular II. S, L. Axle-Grease.
is now more than double, dun'm; the p.it season.
And whilst the manufacturers i.;fer their (.ratelul thanki u
all those friends to
" CALIFORNIA PKOOCCfi,"
who liavc civen them so larite an enc .nr.-iei-ineiit, they liv's
say, that no pains will In- spared in t h-Minn-o u..an the
w ide-sprcud reputation which their material h .s acquired, of t
The brut nml rkrii)ii'il I.nliiii'aiiii Medina
for Cn ri iavr V lierl. rlr.i
EVER INTKODLI ED IX CAI.IKOHXIA
HICKS .V LAMBERT.
Inventors and Sole Manufactures.
Nat. 'ina stn't l. San Francisco.
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
mm immn i
Retailing for Cash, at Wholesale Prices.
AM) REST STOCK
M. ci,. I,;.,,,.
I run lis.
Found in any Retnil House in California.
Good Suilnhlc for Traveling
Purposes in any Climate.
FRENCH, WILSON k CO.,
Next ibior to the What Cheer House,
And So. 323 Montirom. ry Street, near California, in Tucker'
BuildinjT, San Franeiseo.
Manufacturinp Establishment. No. 10 Liberty street. New York
P. S. Measures taken for Go.Nlsfr.im our house in New Yorsk
and delivered to any part of this State without extra charce.
$60 and upward.
$60 and upward.
$50 and upward.
FROM OUR FORMER PRICES.
The proat success attending the introduction of our New Style
Family Seivinjr Machines in this SHate, (as in all other.) ha9
prompted certain unprincipled an 1 unreliable parties to endeavor
to force iioti the public certain inferior and so raia.tD
VHHELER & WILSON S
II A I R XO.7 EAIIlliAXK'S PLATFORM
SCALES, ou wheels larce sir.e latelv n-ceivcl.
For sale by f47-q C. BREWER & CO.
PEARL RIVER SALT.
TK HAVE COXSTAXTI.V OX HAXD
T Salt from the Pearl River Salt Works, both Coarse and
fine. Quantities to suit, at the lowest market rates. Also, Ka
waihae Potatoes, in quantities tn suit, and delivered at shortest
notice. WILCOX, RICHARDS 4- CO.,
J17-3ra Vjueeu street.
IROX I'LOWS, HAY Cl'TTERS,
OX Yokes, teed Planter.
Ux lfcws. Cane Cutters,
Airain Cradles. Garden Rollers,
Planters Hos, W he- Iburrows,
Cultivators' Teeth. Grindstones,
Garden Kakes. For sale I v
J47-q C. BREWER CO
IIAXO S I TT I X" 11 1ESKS for counting rooms,
Cabiuet l.-skts forothees.
Fnr sale bv
C. BREWER 4-
EFT. V I LI. I A MS' tloubln
ewin? Machinis, simple in onstruc-
eioti. orn '.n. ntal. lint and el :rint. not liable to uet out of order,
tvery f-.mi'y shoultl Is- supplied with one. For sale by
oi-q C. BREWER A; CO.
4 FEW OXLV I.
.'a. thread, new patent S
OXLY TWO LEFT MADE I5Y S. D A: II.
W. Smith th -se instruments are very rich and heavy in
tone and admirably adapted for churches. For sale bv
-7-q C. BREW ER CO.
rECiS HIGHLY GLAZED POWDER,
For sale bv
cs In iian R:fie lViw.ler,
C. BREWER i CO.
To Iiccf Packers.
1IKLS. Tl'RK'S ISLAM) SALT
i ha.f bbls. taltpetre. For sale bv
C. BREW ER 4 CO.
1 Fancy case Tiano Forte, 6i oct.,
1 Half-round 4i " 6 "
from the manufactory of Messrs. Hallett Cumston, whose in
struments have an unrquailcd n piiiation for sweetness of tone,
elegance an l per'iction of raechauical constniction.
C. BREWER 4- CO..
Suirar and Svrup Kes.
A X I) S G AL.
F. r .ale by
C. BREWER CO.
lio bti.s. cxtru new Sa.mon.
FOR FAMILY USE,
irKi hlf bbl, Salmon For sale by
'VT-q HPEWFR k CO.
Groceries Dry Goods.
Pairs 4- boxes table salt, 1-4 Plea Lrociijtoo, tine and
Bbls "ufar cured hams, medium.
Tons lard, cheese and crackers. Heavy 4-4 tickinp, P. R. rlen
AMonit lea. chocolate an.l rice, ims.
Pickles, vinecar. sardines, !.u-nor checks.whitc blue and
All-., c, AiC, Ac. I rtsl tiannel,
T j P Cotton batting, sattinets, jeans,
XiardWare OCC. ' Pes fancy r.-issimer,-. drapd'etc.
Ass'd brass and iron gimlet French and American prints,
-e.-ik-u' .Oinchams. hlay linens
Rim knob locks, butcher knives.l Vl'lvet riboons. ctU.nades,
Hawks' brace and bitts. auirers, r",
Hand saws, asr'd hanmi.-rs.
Axes, hatchets, axe hatchets.
Chest, box and pad l' ks.
Garden shears, zinc oil-rs.
Flat, round and taper tiles.
Hunt's adzes. Harden trowels.
Fish hooks, window springs
Jack, smoothing jointer planes j;rr;1
SuK.Ti..r Ms-kei knives,
SH"CtacleS, plated forks,
Ruhl-r cnibs, ha.r pins, Jtc.,
S.iver thimhl.-s, p.ild pens.
Knives and f .rks, wool cards,
Sup-rtor paint, varnish and
a w brushes,
S'ip. rarnai-'e and ridins: whips
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies' caiters, bu-kins an l
Men's, boys" an I youths' Oxford
ti-'S. kc, 4-c. A. i
Hand carts, wheel barrows.
Light and dark cane seat
chairs, kc, fee., o;c.
.fast. Dinner and Tea
Coffees, teas, siiirars. creamers,
Eners Ai hnins. tloh - lanterns,
rur.ibl. rs. col lets, lamps.
Lookine plasses. sailor's pots.
Baking pans, tin pails. basins,
Pie plates, oil cans, dippers.
Furnaci s, in n ts and kettles.
Tinned and enameled sauce
pans, Aic., kc, oC.
Paints, Oils and
White U ,d,
Pans fr-'t ,i.
and S. F.
zin r ui'
NEW GOODS FOR THE LADIES,
nr 7 :c I I J KSS !
BY THE "COMET."
LATEST STYLE RIDING nmi WALKING
Latest style Bonnet and Hat P,ibbot:H,
Io. do. Hoop Skirts, oil ., 20. IS. 15. S and $ ribs.
Gauntlets, Wtlt:ns Cord,
Brilliants. Silver "'!nmb!es.
Mohair Mitts, White Gird;eS,
Sahl" Brjs,es. Pastel Paper.
Boxes Crayons, Boxes Pasteis.
AiC, 4c, Ac.
TO TIIE LADIES OF IIOXOLCLl
A superior lot nf
Wliicli 'itl)r Ly l'"r;il ii j-mctipus nr from tht-ir own inherent de
fects have hinct out in the K;istni t:ii-3.
IT IS OUR DETERMINATION
TO SUTPLY" A
CiOOD rACI l INJ- !
AT A LOW PRICE,
That the purchaser may not as past instances experience in the
purchase of one of the mis-named 4 Cheap Sewing Machines," a
l i:a it bargain and wastk or mush.
BROWN DRILLS AND SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED SHEETINGS, Asst. Widths
BLANKETS, all grades and color?,
PRINTS & DELAINES, in great variety.
DRESS AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
ALEXANDRE'S Genuine KID GLOVES.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
DAVIS & JONES' SHIRTS.
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, &.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
BRUSSELS AND 3-PLY CARPETS,
MATTING, HOLLANDS, Hemp Carpets.
Jewetl's and (onion's Oil Cloths.
ss, prompt p. lying trade, at
P r sale f..r Cash, or to first cl.o
discount from market rates.
Fit A Mi RAKER.
J1U and 112 i lay Mreet.
2i7-am Sim F'l-iincisrn.
NEW l.MPROA'EMEXTS :
TZie Voi'ld-wide ESepnlatioii
XO LEATHER PAD!
XO LEATHER PAD!
NO LEATHER PAD!
CROVER & BAKER
AND THE FACT THAT
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER:
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER I
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER !
N E W ST Y LE II EM M F.R :
NEW STYLE II EM M E R
NEW STYLE II EM M ER
The UrrnK-.l luiirorrnirnl luiemrili
MAKING AN ENTIRE
NEW STILE MACHINE!
Forming the ju-tly ceh hrated LOCK STITCH, acknowledire 1
by all to be the
: Have lioen already sold, and are. daily and hourly merrily click
I ins? in every quarto r of the ploU-, ppx-laimin in their unerring
a.tion, perf.-ct op.-rat.on and wonderful simplicity,
j Their Undeniable Superiority,
Is the Ijest evid-nce we can ad.'.uce of their merits.
The hit-host efT .rt
catioi. of m.s-har.ical
undivided aim to
f inventive (renins, the most ti'rfect appli
sk ill, and the best practical results of :m
i I'RE-EMIXEXI E ABOVE ALL OTHERS
Are combineil in the
Tii.tt tliir pr-'i:iinn'? h;i h"rn ut.iti-1 id inc'tritr'v-ru'Iy
e. i.icuctrvl i:i th- ir un; r cT'lt:iit'.fl arul irjcn a;n' ar.(i tt
UNOU AI J FI K I) SUCCESS
HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO
47 MONTGOMERY STREE'
NEXT TO COliNER OF BUSH,
ins? t!.. m at
Ikll the Pairs of I860,
N"KW STILE MACHINE:
Where apair.t tie;
rival Machines tie
most powerful an l Jnr.-init'.in;r opposition of
y have in every instance receive. the
I AM PREPARED TO DEMONSTRATE
to all who feel an interest in ! EWT NG MACHINES, that
Family Sewing Machines
Will do Better Work,
On a preat ran? of fabrics that is, on as l:-ht fabrics an 1 on
heavier fabrics than any other Family Sew.i.i; Mae) in- l f.jre
the public is capable of doing : that the w..r can l- do:.e
And with f.-wer iiiterriipti.T.s ; and that m all the iinporttr.t
i requisites ofaS'-wing Maehin. Singer's Machines, at J100, are
I cheaper than any other kind at sit'J. I n n "W s.-liitip cur
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
WHEELER &, WILSON !
It I" the ( hraprsl. most Diirnhlr, Mini F'.a.irr
I'Dilrr.fooil Ihan liny utfaer Sewing
AVIIKKLKIt cc WILSON,
And all other Shuttle Machines.
- - sJO
Consisting of Ilil.hons.
rivets. Kuches. Mar
w.-r-, B-'ts. Trimmtr.irs. Plumes
-i:i--s. G m:;ti. ts. Micts. Buttons,
H.in.i'k'fs. Bro. Bar'.ce.
A;c, Jr., Ac.
K XT KXSI on taijm:s.
From It) to Gj feet in b-neth. an 1 various other Hutseh jM
Al-o. Pr. JAVXE's CELEBRATED MED
IC IX F.S. F ir sale bv
"i - tn CA E A rX'KE
SEND FUR A CIRCULAR
C. HA YD EX
-arramento t .1 I..t
Sr.H FOR A IIK I I. AR of ur RF.IiCCF.I) PRICES,
i Cu'i, Simpln nf Sruintj, 4-c., Ire.
R- G. BROWN, ilgcnt,
I IV2J .TEoufoiisery I reel,
CALIFORNIA. :?' Cm
or Tr it svere ? nttlo
Entir-ly N.-n- and I:
Ia:ni! ?--wiwi M i.-hine
ed to Li,'hl Mal.ul.li-tar.nK. -
Do not allosr ynur-elf to pun ha--" a i hajv .-tit
either double or single thread, Al l. of which will
chain stitch machines have a crd on the un l.-r
fabric and the work oon wears out. Work done
te', ires, an
tin p ifil' le
in d a.bipt-
side . f the
Z" TT.- -' ' 1 :-g - .-r.::.
! Machine! will outwfar any oth-r, an-J is tii'ir' l"':iutifiil. Nn
taiior or lunnuf.'ictun'r ?'uy-j a chum stitch tuin him.
J. II. DUNNELL,
41 MONTGOMERY STREET,
tf SAX FRANCISCO.