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Kirr and it Culture in the
1 ni(e! Males.
uuoii us a uniluer'S twilight, the bl.
I ward show i treiiiblin' under the harr charz
I I -..- . . T .. .. ,r i . , .
u c(.Ui. vi surge unu Kina ; Mack, cavernous
walls of breakers wec-p toward the L.-aoh, and
with S low. Sullen, Urns-iiVeril.ee .irwl t. er.. .1
I honi th- H erM of A-t ,mi Industry ULuT.red.
. m ' -i:ie. ITvt. t.. .- Mm
hn.an. jr.. aj-1 C. U.
We give rJ t.tbrea.l-rletnt to f riOPC Which '
contain Han i. i: Miffi. i-nt ar.un lant tt e-n.-ti-
"t h f,J"i o; nun. It ii thehurch or I'ula j
th.it f rnu t(.e p-inci'i.. m.ien of hr-m... and t!i '
wr.t.u part oi it, although the glut-ii and al
fcuinrt umiaII found wirb u, fur an imr-rt.Aiit
firt in the function of niitririjn, -.jc.nv in
The p-rticnlir rtrt of th- tru.-?ur of hr-j.d-p!ant
which pr-jdu sttr.-h, i- wiiM dilf.-r, L,t
n tivir diff. rt-nt tri!. U-ans, it.,:..'Uiun.
and thir contain it in the oivk-dorm. tln
JIii orgHtw which in.-I.-e the "iind.-vrIoid
fTm: . T,',c crnal frriiM and buckwheat jidd
larch in the albuminous tuani around the genu ;
me of th pulm an i cju.l in the interior of
their Urn ; the potato with the tropicil v.tiu and
oiwMva. in subterranean stems and roow ."
The bread-planu are not univ. rillj and imi
f.rmlj distribute the whole world over. Some
are a I nuimr I. I ir. . .: - ...... . . i - . .
- oui inn moft na
-...uuuuiat, Hie kiictit-a
detached from the house, the lodgings for the
domestic servant, kennels for dog?, Jte.; and be
yond a rurt of stables. On the oprite side of
the house is a fruit and rege table garden, and on
tha f..,,wrt, I.. : u 1
inzcad,-ncebun.tunonitin!.r ."n. , IT ',T" V. " "y? "1 wouw
,. , xi l .i " awu, it u uia not uca tiie eexential. close
ol toam. There are shallow otnin t ,r..M, - j. , ".. -4uer
which the watc-rs t-bh and .r rl. ' 7.1 i.r ; " IeT Vfra'.nS trees
' I.-e th,.-: .... .:.r., ur "? un" tnr t n Jameter
i the inner shore with sin--.th and til.-nt m.tion.
' t'r-9ffinfc tl'i sbdterrd lagoon we fnd bdzi
bank and Buj't-jjrues njsidows, with iu;tav creJks
an'j nracKi-n -jis, and much debatable TounJ,
miry and rush bearing. On the higher rarti
utii-; inickeu oi cane. Tialmetto. n.l
riir'J- ana animals here make th. ir n.T- uA
j Fartli-r from the sea, and n the wat-.-r becomes
! !- fj.ii from the flw of trn . fn.in
! tn.i ! .. ; ... .... i.i . i . ..'
' cr.wk lu-artj
. ti.- iuw grounds also, though f.ubm.-rJ by
i ri-in tide, Mrnd up stror shufte-J vvj re
. and are nhad'jd under th -ir dense, though
; and leathery fuliuge. Fr-'.jiint blajr"i-,h
;t iu-anJ-r tt.
quality an.l thus highly improved, its value is
jrom 150 to c20 an aero ; the amount of up
land, the condition of the adjoining woodland,
the distance from the city, the value of the man
sion and erounds about it. th. rh
nn.cii iney ; filin.jus ?irti-
c en are again wa-.li.-d down fr.,w thee, and with
all in uiinrrled the rich silt i.f ti- l...... .
t brought up by the turbid tide durin- extraordi-
nary storms of the ocean. Such is t. jj
. dJ. ".r. f -f .negroe,, which would oari.;
nj'xt the whole of KAf.-h-tL- ti,.., ;. i t--netrubl.. f-.rf ..i,!.:..!.... . r . , "-m-u wun it, ana other circumstances al-
' .1 . i - - . -----
rice plantation, it is at such a distance from tV
sea, that there is no taste of salt in the water by
the tidal rise of which it is twice submerged to a
depth of from one to three feet and alternate! t
portant, thoi-? which are hardiest and iuot pro
line, hae been carrie.1 from country country,
d "e comtu"n property of all rivilize-J no
too. There are reiji,- f the glol of con
tioenUI extent in which thesterile K,il and rigor
m climate forbid the cultivation of any breud
pUot. .Such in the character of Iceland and
Greenland, and of the northern part of America,
exteodiog on the eastern side d wn fcj the parallel
n.l including Xewfoundlaiid,
which h much further ,uth than the fruitful
pUinn of 1 -nmark. In Ssindinavia, Urlev and
j.,Lt,y are sparingly proiuced within the shel
tered fimb u higha- the 70 3 N L ; bllt tm
tacb n4e of th'u extreme and exceptional point,
the line, Dorth of which n.i hr.L. U.., ...... i.
cultivated, sinks rapidly southward, and oil the
exciuaes the greater part of iljeria, and a!
uj-wt me wnote of Kamschatka. Th:
. . I" a I 1
' . a iia rw ii i ui i n i K....ai. a . l . .
- f,."- y'" WJUl, ui imaginary Jme,
nay be divided in several zone and region
each of which is clwr.ictenzed by one or more
bread-plant of cultivated or spontaneous Towth
In the present piper we can s-ak of only one of
the bread-plants, and of it culture as conducted
in the tnited States.
R""K ,T" GENERAL oirilSIO.V A.l CON51MPTION.
Kice in one or another of its very numerous
Wietie, is, or is expected to be. contributed to
the exhibition from India. Egypt, JSardinia. Oui
ana, and Car.lina, testifying to the value in
which it is held by some portion of the family of
man in each of the great continental divisioiw of
ro giooe. in inaia, the h'a-tern Archipelago,
and the maritime district of Chin-, rice affords
to the dense population oftn almost the sole sup
port of life, a total failure of the crop would
be a thousand fold greater calamity than was the
potato famine of Ireland ; a bountiful harvest is
the greatest of material blessings to these nations.
Jrom the scalding jungle of Ceylon, almost to
the edge of the glaciers of the Himmalaya. where
in terrace on the mountain side, a variety of
peculiar hardihood is cultivated, rice is the main
object or agriculture, and from seed time, when,
hj a prescriptive right established bv the practice
of thousand of years, the farmer claims the as
utance, not only of the artisans of the villages,
but of their wives and children, until the ripe
eed w beaten from its husk, it i watched over
by the people of every rank, caste and profession,
with a hopeful anxiety such a honors no other
grain. It is hardly lese important as a source of
nourishment to thousand of our race on the
tVf the iIe anJ in ,ar di!,tri" of Central
nd Western Africa ; the French are commencing
it vulture in Algeria, while on theoppoiteshr.re
or the Mediterranean, it is found heavily produc
tive upon the well-watered slope ol .Sardinia,
and in the southern marshe of unfortunate Hun
gary. It hold it place with led importance !
among the luxuriant roductions of South Ameri
ca. Meo and the W; Indies, but the beauti
ful samples sent to u frcm Demerara indicate
that it does not fail in excrl.ence and productive
ne when attention i there given to iu culture.
and you will be surprisied. probably, t j learn that
! they were planted only thirty years ago so rapid
j is the growth, stimulated bv the hot, moist atiuu
I phere whicli they here enjJy during the greater
. I art of the year. You may observe, also, that
the orange and lemon trees have fruit upon them.
and possibly been killed, if tLey had not received
j some slight protection during the coldest night
of the winter. It is ju-t the climate, in which
! rice of bup-erior qualitv will rroduce most abun
! AI-IEARANtE OF TilE 1IU.L.S.
j From the elevated verandah of the hoiire, vou
i may now hok across the qvasi lawn, at the end
j of whic h there is a sudden depression of the eur
- face of the ground, and beyond it a land-car
: uiai wouia uv.ight a Hollander. At first sight
, it .ms an almost intt-rminable dead ll it surface,
i with a crooked river, and a few narrow canals
crowing it, some li.-dge-rows along their banks,
j and a lew isolated tre.-.. Look closely and you
juay observe that there is a strong t vte or em
i baiikment all along the river side, and smaller
wans ox earth cross the flat ground running at
i right angles to this and to eah other Thar ia
me rice Jand, now entirelv free from stumi and
logs, dry and smooth, and with no sign of the
old swamp and forest, except in some neglected
corner or point outeide the river wall. There
are several thousand acre" of rice land under
iiiruuz.'i i:il- SIi.,r-I:irvl r-r,..,.
j and many rivers that rn far awav in the moun
tains, her? Ioe themwlv.-ii, be.-oming d.-ad and
curr.-ntl--se, a-the lag.n wat -r ris..- "under the
silent, but resists u.iluence of the s. mi-diurial
throb of th-i oci-au. Their brood, low b-rders
are thus twice each day iWed over, and the .oil
kej.t wet and spongy.
IK BUTION Ol THE olI..
Klevated ridze-fl of nur.d I
of glistering piue and glo-y magnolia, Hjuietimes
:ri, IVh"rrV,V..,re- && to eah other.
- ...w., ca.ivj n..; llirClll.S ll lIielT
flood being at l.-ngth conquered by the tid- the
eddying currents dep. wit at the base of these
sandy ridges the rich freight they have brought
aaviaa VUHUrriMlB or TTiri 1 F iim -a In
SAUL. C. AVOODKI FF,
SHI HCH A XDLER.STOREKKEPER AND
tiCMEHJl. AUEMT. iioo.it boushi and told oa ci.m
Sl.ip nJ rural)- Stnrv ut up at th- hoivt notice
Corner of QccES'i Eoo had PTTisat sthekt. Hongkong
nr Retrr to Thomas m-svcur. A. J. CitiuiaT. J. C
SrALDi.NG. Honolulu, saiiJichIliiaU. lo-l
TI1K OXLV DEPOT W IIKR MEVKRS'E
BI TTER IS SOLD.
-is.nni n. i .,..s 1 1 1 " " " ' 1
A. P. EVERETT.
Frch Molokai Cutler!
Rc-lfulnrly rereivrfi and rntaaily for Mile by
J. STEWARD. Groor, Hotrl .treet.
j oils of the distant mountains in wl.ieh they rise.
with the organic waste of the great deciduous
your eye. but it is generally owned in parcel- of
lesd than one thousand, and wheu of the best
A RICK PLANTATION"
iape and extent of
th l.rniv mull
rrr..i.-.A 1... : . 1 .1 . - , 4 .
ua,,us ueu-rminea on, the trees are
Jelled and the surface cleared for a M.-e of fifty
feet all around it. Ou the inside ..I f.; Ja..!, '
ditch is now dug eight or ten fet w ide and five
Jeep, the earth excavated from which serves to
form an embankment about midway between it
and t.'ie river. This embankment mut be hih
enough and strong enough to withstand the press
ure ot the strongest flood, and if the ditch does
not afford material enough to make it so, earth is
obtained from the edge of the river, a large mar
gin beyond its outer base line bein left lor this
purpose and to the security of its foundation.
At the commencement if thi -ur..rl- ..r -
nothing can be done except f,jr a few hours at a'
time alter the tide has partially ebbed, but it
does not take Ion- to throw up a "slight in:rcm di
luent, which is sufficient to resist its ordinary
flood As soon as this is Cuih..-d gales are forme,",
which allow the outward flow of the water with
in the embankment, but prevent its return, ilie
labor is then continued without interruption
As soon as the main embankment is compleu-d,
the work of clearing the land commences; the
trees are felled and rolled into lonn row. min-Med
the brushwood und nwl.. T:,;a ia..;..
lectiug its deMrableneKs as a place of residence in
the winter, such as the abundance of game in the
adjucent f..rtt and waters, all having an influence
upon its market value. If you undertake to
I'urchase n plantation, it is very improbable that
the propriet or will be able to show you that he
has been clearing ten per cent, per annum on the
price he asks you for it. There are certain luxu
ries to be had upon an old rice plantation, and a
certain dignity and repute connected with the
powes-ion of it, that rich people are often willing
to pay handsjiu'-ly for.
.To be Coutinu.
CHARTER HAS BEEN GRANTED HV
tfi' 11-twaiii.n GoTvnimci. to a 1'ompany called the
4lMka GRAZlS) aD AOHICI LTCAL LVtritl. f.ir th. MiMva,.
JffJT:Son aOrazins and Aencultaral buiue4 u the Uiiii.l
of Hawaii. Tiie f llowir.e p-ro!i Lave brri i lrctl otfi rt lor
IM r.r. yeur : V. L. Unrn. Pri:.1.-iii : i;-.,r.. i- mi
crvt.iry and Tranurt-r ; Frincn !;p.'nor. M.-in.i.'tT on Hawaii.'
By the hartrr. th- :.'-il!ry of ea.'h Stocii!,olJ.T in l-..mr-l i
tt. auuutit due upon ti.e fiiare orst.ares 1,1.1 ur owned by !,im
, , . EO. C. M!.KAX, PeoretRTT.
Honoj.il.i. Ao?. 8, ;TJ5m'
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From the BREWER PLANTATION,
Snw coming in, and for Hale by
, , . C. BREWER 2d.
Hunolulu. July 1. 1S61. 270-Cin
j. r. poi-E.
EVKKETT Jfc lOIE,
-A.X7C T IOXEERS
Ooiimi hmi IfercliautaS.
105 and lOT Cat. Street, Sau Francisco.
! CHARLES F. ROBBINS,
Importer and Healer in
Type, Presses, Printing Material,
INKS, A R I STOCK, Ac,,
No. 411 to 417 CLAY STREET,
(ori-awarc nisi iii.k'..)
2511y SAX FRAriiCO.
II A RTIfl'LAR
the I'urchj?. hi:
ITTEXTIOV GIVEN TO
nit'itt anJ SAii. .if Vm-hii.;;..'
rardinp and Tmn.f.ij.a.ei.t of (i.i,: the Chartt-ni-g and !e of
Mel; tiie supclyii.ir of WLaiienbti. a:-.i the ne.- (.,. ,n r.1
Advance made on Consignments.
He It I IJ II V
J. C. MFK1ULI.
AGENTS OK TIIE
Regular Dispatch Line of Honolulu Packets.
XT All freiajtit arrivinir in tr.in-.itu f,.r the Sandwich Iilandi,
will le iwriv;.l and forwm jed by the Regular liiiau-ll Line
FRKK OT COHUlSsli .
HartiruUr attention fid to f..rwardin(t und tranihiptnent ot
m.-rcha:die. !- of wha.nifn' fciil. and ..thee e
urance of merchandise and p--cie uuder opeu policie. up'py
ln wlaaleLips. cl.aru-riug ahip. etc.
117 and 119 California street.
KEriR TO :
PAINTER & CO.,
J 1 Practical printer, and Pealen in
fElNTlNG SATEKIALS. INK, PAPER. CARPS, ic
olO t'lnj St., above Sa nmiur.
XT OiTica fi-.tiM out with dif patch.
MKLCIICRs C o.. ASrnt. at JIboI0u.
A RE RERl l.tRLV IUXEIV1VG 11 V rrerl
ll M,.l. and ..ff. r the ,e for ie at the ,.,r.t .arkeTraJ!"
The bacr Oour i in.culrli ,,m...i.,1 .. .1 . t,lrt
and the unertii,.. f.uip ... " : . ' ."'
a. i liwir in ri-lmi.
ianny UK.UIW, lean, am
ail the houe kerjarrm on tlie i.lun.t4.
'one u, ..,
J. M. painter '
T. P. FAINT kit J
J. J. SOl TIIIiATi: JL Co.
Iuiportrrs i ComuiNion Merchants.
BKICK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
l.MUX WIIAKT, VICTOKIA. v.
' Mtvos. B.
75 Bbk Havraiian Beef.
Pa..: n a "
a-I'i-.iu n . r . r W
Min. C. BRki R A- Co.. V
A. I. EvKRKTT. E..O K
120 tf R. l'liiiAS.E.Q.. .
REFER BY I KR MISSION. TO
Patidos i Co.. BaiiLer. San Francisco.
1'AMSL Gibh & Co, f
" C. A. Low & Co., S San Frauciftco.
('.' Co., y
" E. 11oi')i-hlasgkr ti Stapknhorst, Honolulu.
Warranti-d, I'nokid t
1 Cured in Turk' Island Suit
CUAs. liREWER. 2d
OF W1MLCSH1PS k OTHER VESSELS
' Wor or srpEKioR qi alitv cx
J Ik- hid at KOLOA, at JO per cord ; reii Keef at i'e.
ir & ; Sh-p, at -ft", p -r heau, and Gout, at 1 50 a bead.
. l-ruittand 'etab!eI varioui kindacan be procured al
-ur Kbove naini d port.
TT" Wood always oo bend at the beich in quantttiea to nuit
urcfcaner-.. (64-lQ GEOUOE CII AR.MAN.
SALT ! S A LT! S A LT.
MANUFACTURED AT THE
n ilLOA SALT WORKS!
rIIEl"XnERSIGXEI ISREADVTOFI R
nih to ituachtn and I'ackerv, in the lanrt iiUHntitiet a
rery superior urticle, Egl AL T(J THE BEST IMPORTED
ALT, and at X price to Del'y ( oni il ion : For term.
' w VtiMtL aMUMliUMKICY.
Puuloa Salt Works.
JUST RECEIVED !
AND FOR SALT. !
i liAKl.K AND WKLIi SELECTED
a AM-uttr Jlt.T of Bulldinz Mat rmU. Ac.
Douhle Sa.h Doori. with blinds, half roiliny.
Cellar Windows, 4 lipht, Tarinus sirs.
inuow iiia. s x 10. 10 x 12. 10 x 14. 12 x lfl T x IS
Locks i.f all kinds.
Bolts, Window Sprintrs, Screws,
iliuyes of all kinds, fca-ih Fastenings, Hooks and Eyes.
I'aiata of all kinds. Oil. Turpentine. White I-ad,
Chrome (.ireen. Paris Green, (dry and in oil,)
Rurut L'nitXT. Vellow tchre. Venetian Red.'
Chrome Yellow, patent liryer. Litharge, Lime, ic.
On hand, a I.AROE .T0CK OF LCMHER of everr descrip
tion. For sale at the Lumher Vanl on Kin?. Fort anil Merchant
.-.ret-!.,, oy C. ii. LEWERd.
exUtiiijj under the flrtn of
MKLCIIEIt .-4 aV. O . .
itas mis uay neen dlgilreu by mutual consent. All vendiuc
MlTiira vl II l.n I .. I ... I .
........ . nui ar- H.iruui a' I ujf OUT P ICCCSSOrS .
UVSTAV C. MEt.CHERS,
... 15TAV RLINEKS.
Hjcolulu, June 20, 1!01.
flIIE UXDERSIGXEO V I I.L, COXTI ME
M. the Importlae and Conimisaiun Ilu.ina-a.. .,.ir .k.
na.a. paj iu Vil
MELCIIERS i. CO.
WOLCOTT BKUOKS, w. 1'MSIL l inn. edwahdp bill ll
(HAS. W BROOKS & CO.,
123 Sansonie Street, San I'rancisco, Cal.
fJARTirt LAR ATTE.VTIOX GIVEN TO
the Purchase. Shipment and Snip of Mnr.-haimiiaia. . . v.,..
warding a.tI Tran-ihirineiii i.f (),i..l tt, rtunnnn
5 i t"i':':i ' th -uIJ.'lJ'uk' of W hAleshlps ; and the Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu iu suniu to suit.
ADVANCES MADE OX COXSIf.XMEVTS.
TOSHIl'PEUSOE Oil. AXD WHALE.
fe-. TIIE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM-
? f' . t I'. a 1 :n . . a .. . .
a..l'iav. RIKHUini Will, UI1I1I lUllr IllltlCr,
i receive Oil and Mlmii txnic at capulco. for
transiKirtatiun via Panm .a bv Pmuutm Rail
road to Aspinwall. a:.d thence by sailing viumI to New Vork,
at the foll-iwin rates through. Tit :
Oil. ten cents (10c) per gallon.
Whalebone, two and one-quarter cents (2ic) per pound.
2T0-6m iORBES y llABCoCK.
R. F. Snow. E-o . Honolulu
C. Brewer It Co..
J S. Walker.
H. HACIaFFLD A Co.,
Re.sj. Pumas, Ililo.
aH-TTON" Jt Co.
Swikt & Allks, New Bedford.
Jam. HtssfWELL, Boston.
IIknht A. Peirck,
Tbater, Rhiuram & FiriD,
ll. UR1KFITTS JIORUAN
K. r. STOSE
C. S. HlTHlWlI.
3I0RG.1X, STOXE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Men hants, S.m Francineo, Cal.
iveien uces. a. a. natnawar t:n,,. Messrs. T. K A. R. Nve
& Swift & Perry, New Bedford. Mewrs. Oriunell Miuturn &
Co., New ork. John M. Forl s Esq., Boaton. .Messrs. vr.
km Smitli, New Irfindon, Danii-1 C. W aterman Esq. ll.m
Nolice (o Masters & Owners of W hale
-V.. THE I'XDERSIBXED 11EG LEAVE
! rr5i to announce to master ot whale khi, and the public
j .t.tA' in general, that they have succeeded iu li-aniii from the
Jreuch Oovernmeut at Tahiti, the railway and heaving down
, premise. Including storehouses, etc., etc.. nu i are now prepared
I to execute repairs with dikpatcu and at lower rates than at any
other port in the Pacific. OWEN Jt GOOH1NU,
; 1 --! Shipwrights.
Ilonkonj Underwriter's Notice.
rMIE rXOERSIGXEO. IIAVIXO HEEX
I ax.iuteilSurveorforthe"New Vork Board ft I'tider
writers," takes this method of informing ship-masters that he i
J always ready at the shortest notice to attend to any business
j required of him in that capacity.
S. C. WOOMRCFF.
I Cornerof Queen's Road and Pottinger Street,
j Hongkong, November, lsjy. 187-ly
J TI REI) to
F EVER V SIZE MAM'Fl ('
ornientof MAX I LA AM) HEMP HOPE, (all .Ires). Bale
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, c, for sale by Tl llP.S & CO.
front Strsct, San Francisco.
MOXfiO.M'I, Xinv ZKWLAND.
GENERAL.MERCHAXTaVlTSTOM HOI SK AGENT
TAS MAIE ARUAXCKMKXTSTOKI I M
ft ft constantly w band a larSe and weU s.vted
and ererything required for a compute outfit.
.kI re""l,l"i.potaux-s,aaidflrewoii. all furnished
the shortest n-tice.
Mongonui lies iu the outh-e-t -art of Lanristan or lKohti..
Bay, and l in lautude 34 def. 6 mm. S., and longitude l.j d,
" mln t: ls.,f
HUCKS & LAMBERT'S
CELERRATKI) PA TEXT
ii. a i,. Axi.i:-ciRi:A.si:.
rjlIIESI llSCRIIIERS HAVE TIIE PI EiS.
ft. ur cf aunaMincuig to their mini. nm (aatron. and friend,
that they have been honored by thetK.mmittec of the Mechanics'
Institute, tan Francisco, with a
I R ST I I m:m I I '.M
Also, that the San Fraucisco I!a- Agricultural S.iety hate
awarded Ihetn their
FIRST CLASS PR KM I I'M
for the same. Hut however gratitying to the advirtisers t
thus distinguish!,, it it with great. r pride thev state the fa. I
that (Hot withstanding ti ov rh, l..m:g ln:.Tta'iion of sn rt,
cle from the East, assuming th. ir title,) the iliiuand lor the
Popular II. cS. L. Axle-Grease.
is now more than double, during the pa.l seasou.
And whilit the manufacturers ofl. r their grateful thanks to
all those frieuds to
" CALIFOKaMA PKOIH'CE,"
who have given them so large an eticouratciiif nt, thi v 1 to
sav. that no pains will lie spar, d in t!,.- fut ire to .u.t.i.n
wide-spread n-putatiou which their material has acquired, of be
The bsal n ud rhrnpesl I-iibrienliuy Mrdiuua
for Carilar.Vlii rU, rlc,
EVER 1XTRODLCED IX CALIFORNIA
111 CKS i LAMBERT.
Iuveulors and S,ile Manufacuin s.
Nat. mi a street, an I raucisro.
Honolulu. July 1, 1S81. 270-3m
.JfSTAV C. MELCIIERJJ.
.1. I. WTCKE.
F. A. aSCH AEFER.
CNITtO STATES STATISTICS.
In the Unitri States, although the cultivation
or rice a a sUipIe, is conCri..'d to the banks of th
atuaritw of a few -mall river- ia the State of
North and South Carolinu and Georgia, it in a
JF iua.iucani national importance. In
tne vear j in value of nee exported amount
, J' "- iuaa oninira tlie
value or all the wheat and flour, more than five
mnthi th value or Indian Corn and ileal, and
ijearlj one-snth of th value f all the rrnrtallr
ABOLTNA ritl, AXD ITS INTRODICTIOX INTO TDK
Carolina Kice isprobabl the bent in the world,
an J U wurtli in London, 18 shilling- or $4 50 a
wt.. whrre Imlia Rice m worth but 10 ahillinz
or $2 50. Thre in no jajint to which our plant
w pay ia re attention than to the choice of varie
ties, and tli selection of -emi, and to this i to be
maiolj attributed thep-adual improvement which
the grain liu ai-qnired in their hands. No doubt,
also, aoioething in due to a liarpy adapUtion of
oil and climate to its wants. It is a circumsUuce
worthj of note, that both cotton and rice, each
r.ginatins in India, and naturalized in our coun
try, have here acquired an excellence of nuality
unequalled anywhere else in the world. The
s'ulture of rice in the United States was commenc
ed alinoet by accident, a French nhip from Mada
gascar, driven by ntrei of weather into the har
bor of Charleston, havintf brousrht thlthop ....
rie m tlw cook's bag' which was the first fd
v.cd. This was ; ltJ94 and in 1707 (only
thirteen years later) rice is mentioned in a pam
phlet, published in London, first, in a list of the
laore important importations from the Colony of
Carolina. In thirty years from its intriniuction.
the annual export Irom the port of Charleston
was nearly 2(,U00 ca-ks. The exj- nse of raising
rice is mainly proportionate to the ctwt of th
Abor directly or indirectly expended upon it, and
the value of labor in our Southern States is reo-u-lat
by the demand for it in the prodiictionof
often : as in supplying this nioet valuable mate
rial to the manufacturers ol Furopeand our own
.-ountry, we come much less i.i competition with
o.ther producers than in supplying article of
lood, rio can only be protitiMy cultivated for
market under circum-ttanees of extremi favor.
But although thus restricted, the amount grown
and exported has continu.'d to increase, and the
area of land devoted to the crop is bein- everv
year enlarginl. .
The rice plant. ori,:a xatica, is a panicled ent.-,
having some r.-w-mblanc to barley ; it will grow
in widely different sou and climnfei r-.n.Ml-r i
changing its character, ai.d reproducing itself iii
varieties adapting itself to the new conditions in
which it may be placed. Rut it is naturally an
aquatic plant, and such varieties as are yet known
to agriculture, are na tires of the tropical regions,
and to be -cry productive, require to he cultivated
under great heat, and very abundantly supplied
with mowture. In a temperate climate, there
f3re, and in ordinarily dry 9oih, although (up to
a certain point) the grain" improves in quality, its
production is so small, that its cultivation is les
profitable than that of the cereals. There is said
to. .? a- var,?t7 of '"a Java and Sumatra,
which yields a fair ctod far tin on the munni.in.
I ' w a. aa.aa.1,
d, , " . . a. 11 1 1 1 "
one, the inclosure is subdivided into tields oT
convenient size by smaller embankments and
ditches, each of which has a scjiarate communi
cation with the river by means of a strong trunk
provided with two gate, by which the pas.-ag.'
or water in either direction may be permitt.-d or
prevented. As soon as the log hTsips are sufG.-i nt
ly dry, they are s-t lire to, and as much as inji-i-
llle eririaillTr.aa.1 Tl .1 .
aucu me negroes go all over the
inclosed ground, chopping" and turning over
the surface as well as they can with rude heavv
hoes ; the cypress stumps are much too strong an7l
numerous to admit the use of any of the more
usual instruments of Ullage. Iu the t,rin it in
sown with rice. 1
As the soil dries, and the vegetable matter in it
decays undw the influence of air and heat, it
diminishes in bulk, and the surface becoming
lower, it is less comr-ltite-.v drained, .nr... ,....f-
a minor ditches have to be dug, until, when in "a
' if grounu nas become compact and
j stable each held is divided into a numbe r of
parallelograms of perhaps a quarter of an urre
jiMcb. Ihe new rice plantation docs not oiler a
crj pieusuig iitnunipe to the eye, the ground
being clonely studded with itumps and encum
bered with half charred logs : h-t i!S leave it and
OLD lAVILV RICE fUNTATION,
such as a gentleman whom you have met in hum
mer, at .Saratoga or Radeu-ilwlen, will drive vou
".t?-f JOU haVe the fio'1 tjnun" to fall in
with him again, in Charleston r Savannah, dur
ing the winter It was his great-grandlUther
that had the work done, that w have thus lar
You are drawn rapidly by a fine Tttir of hors.-s
over deep and trying Paudy roads through the
midst ol a dense pine forest, until vou reach a
simple gateway and lodge ; the latter oct-ii pied by
11 - "'"i or ueiu-WurK, HIio Olx-11.-.
TO WHALEMEN ! -ft
VISITING NEW ZEALAND !
From the Scat of lVar !
M. at Oi
lucneous mv mnarkablr lanl.l nn.l hi-t, Tl,. a
much tlie luplirr, with a re.t runnm off a l,ort disthiac ; oil
the lin la a .,rK,. flat tuck, calli-J the l .tiitboat. Th
Aatl.tl V a-aa. 7-.. ..... -i
Eat. Middle Head), 43 o 4V sr. s lol lr, - 5,. .-..
EXCELLENT IIARllon i-j sitcitmi
: the KK. rr.d of Banks' tn': Haul's. I 'ititii.l f.'j.jf
Hi-iiljaic 4- 34" 8., long. 17 J is 4;n k. ni h 'rr
sii-l c. 3 hour 24 minutes.
a..Un. u, a-iurar-e is annul tlirre-qunrters of a mile ; th
oourse la is VW. at Orst, and then the harbor turns nearlv due
. Ureal cauti iu inut be observed In enttrinit with aS.W.
wiml, as it rush-a in balEin and hravy sU:ills ov r the laml
Above the S. head, whi..-li ri.v-s to a height heiwren 1500 and -'OlO
.ret. Drpth of water. 14 futhoint linide the heads. The usu.il
anchorage on the E. shore, almut 4 miles up, in the firt bav
ilh a row of houses on the beach, In 6 to tj fathoms. Uive'a
ojd berth to Urrt-n t Ivjut before ent.-ring ti,is hav. as a iwr
-xtendi about oneiKhth of a mile off it. The sho"rr are bold
to throughout. If a hot wind 1 blowing fr-m N.W., do not
t-ni.i to enter, as it is dead out atid Very .uOy o(T the land
Kuniuup in with a strong !.W. wind (by which the hot wind is
Always followed.) Leep under low canvas. lower lilts wi ll taut
nd f .re tnpmu.t staysail up. Willie-wawa are s inietim.-s to be
expertciici-i when l-etweeii the hi:he,t lands, alx.ut 1 mile
to l: miles iiKule. When y..u have all the town open vou are
breast oi e.re. n'9 Point. The bmt and mot c- nvi niei.t lierth
s Ureen s point on. with the next p.. ut of a liule bav .S. of it
And the southrminoct house on the bench, with three dnrtnrr
",,"",,B ",r t nruce s Hotel.) on with the low builJinir
to the westward of it. j luiUr off shore, in 3 fjihotn. llohiini:
Touud stiff, retentive ,:ay. revered with Mui- uiud. If a 1 y
hi are In the road, the only roii'idention is to pive th-rn a
lear berth, to weigh with tiie wind from the westward. Ti e
lliriM r UfT will alaayi board yi.u.
. ., Collector of Ciis otns and Harbor .Mant-r.
ii'i'iau iiuuse. Ai imi, June 7, IStiO.
I V TIIE
a. 3 1
t or sale by
me gate lor you. jou eiit.-r an.J :ire t )...
of your friend s plantation ; it is yet, however,
nearly three miles to the river on whi. l. 1 1...
fields are situated, about two-thirdi. ..f tl.e .'.mm
acres which it contains fv ing .sandy upland, -ov-
rr.ru niainiy witu pmo wootl. Shju alter passim
the gat, there is a clearing of a quarter of ait
acre, on which is a small garden, and a dozen or
twn vieiieli .in.! 11.. .-.a.,., . 1
ra,.,...su,T. near 11. ,u WUI neTO
lives m one of the cabins, the other dwellings are
liniaiMII-.;! Tt. . a. .. n . '
-..vvvm,,. me xiuinier-ijouMe" our friend
calls it. I lis overseer's family ret-ide here in sum
mer, and he has a room that he run nm.rr 1,;,.,.
self, in cae he should have to s, net id a niglit on
the plantation during the heat of summer ' for
then it is almost eertain death lor a white man who
nas not been Lorn and brought up subject to the j WE H AVE COX?
miasm of the riee fields to bleep adjacent, to them ' -1 -fi;,lt lr"ln "" ''"r' Kn
This ".Mmin.,.1,.,,,.,." r J . , , m- Ouantme. lo suit, at ih.
' ' "'- 'ar reuioveu irolil
them, and there in so much pine woiil to inter
cept the malaria, that it is quite safe fr rjie oVt.r.
seer who spends the day superintending the labor
of the negroes ou the lidded land, to remain in
it at night. The netToes. jiltl r. Ka.
. . r r a aav , UIUVUU-
sid. red malaria-pr.j...f, are le.-s heakhv than ..u
the cotton plantation-; the mortality amono- tlie
children, e.-pecially, is greater. Thev formerly
were obliged to spend the night in closj proximity
ti the rice fields, but recently n,-w cabins for
them have b;en built back a little Jis.i..-e ... rl.-
woods, and a marked improvement iu their gene
ral health has been found to result from this re
moval. Following the crooked road through th
woods a mile or two further, we at length" drive
through their settlement, us it is here called ; the
caoins are in two rows, some miv vnnl
i with an avenue of tre-s b--tween "l hev
wood, white-WHatlieil, and elevated on jv?t ab
two f.-et from the ground. This is to reim
tnem irom the moisture of the earth
CVS! GAS!! OAS!!!
; OH. T ll I HJTI P Bff A 1T,
'! T E L XDERSKJXED I'XDERST 4 D-
inic that the j woniet-r is attai.i about to suspend opera
i u"?'' i? ' ,u,'lic U,t H,H,ut i(M Pa"""" r f I'M ru r
Polar Oil. in quantities to suit. Alio on hand, the celebrated
toroamu Oil from ranniin;' I .land, which burns with a c lear
V.1XKEE." Jl'ST (RRIVI-n
rrom .Sun Francisco, the un,l, rii-!,..,l h:iv. rw...;u.i
direct frntn Dixie, the following very choice and favorite
brands of Tobacco, viz :
Heiress of Tlrplnia,
ilHiullton Oold Leaf,
M-dal Nat und Iar.
FerRinon & booth's Leaf,
Johu Anderson's Silace,
Twist in Tin Foil.
SMOKING TOBACCO -
I in J nan.
MaccaU-y and French Kapee Snuff.
A small lot of peauine Havana Ciuhm and Cirarros de Garcia.
Meerschaum Tij-es and Ciitur Holders,
An assorted lot trench Pile".
Tobacco ronrhi s.Vtc,
For sale at the II ARl'.OR f 'OFFICE S A LOON on the the wharf
corner of 0.uecn ami CS'uuai.u streets.
'-t?. NOLTE i KUCOKR, Proprietors.
i'sA1'K- nv KEC'EXT -lHRlV.AI.S.TIlE
a W iUl
FRENCH, WILSON Co.,
MARK THE BEST
riiriiisliin- ;oo(N. Mii L-i,i,.
1 FIFTY (i
3 Jj 11 1
KeUiling for Cash, ut Wholesale Prices.
AM) BEST STOCK
liki'ht, aud emit no smoke
. C. MeLEAN.
r rest, peaches.
R.isplierry j m.
M ince meati..
I Sweet savory,
j Freh rnisinn.
Tins water crackers,
'f ius supir crackers,
fins soda crackers.
Fresh oy sters,
Kn liiii pi fruits.
Co-Parfuersliip olicr !
-. 231:1. 00..
T,lrS,,ER,iIC-VEn HAVE FORMED
I 1 CO-I-AKINLRvHle f.,r the transaction of the .-..erVi
inportmg and ( ororaission Kusiness, . hen toiore conducted
under the name and stj le ..f C. lire wer it Co.
CHA9. II. LL' N T. fj
K;lii,'t EAIRUA.VK'S PIaATFOK.M
M'AL,h.-,Ofi wheelK lar-e ttux iately received.
C. BKEWEK Jk CO.
kfortment of tlroi.-eries, at tlie utort ,f the
tlrouud black e-Ier,
Whole do d...
.Ve., He., (.round Rinjer,
S. C. soda,
rrefh currants, in tins.
Tins butter crackers.
Tins oyt tcr crackers
Tin wine crackers.
Found iu any Retail House in California.
Ciioori Suitable lor Travel in r
Iurpoc. in .my Climate.
FRENCH, WILSON & CO.,
. . Next d.Hir to the What Cheer House,
And No. o23 Montgomery Street, near California, in Turker
Ku:Klinp, Sau Francisco.
Manufacturing Establishment, No. 102 Liberty street. New York
I'. 3. Measures taken for Q.vhU frotn our house in Near York
anl delivered to any pa t of this State without eitra charce.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
$60 and upward.
$60 and upward.
$60 and upward.
OVER L0 PER CENT. DISCOUNT !
OVER L0 PER CENT. DISCOUNT !
OVER 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT!
FROM OL'R FORMER TRICKS.
j The la'reat s access attending the introduction of our New Style
I Family S, wing Machines In this State, (a, n all other,) hat
j 1'ivmpted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties to endeavor
! to force up-jn the public certain inferior and so called
Chenp .Mil chines,
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Which either by lepal injunctions or from their own inherent de
j feets have long since died out in the Eistoru States.
IT IS OUR DETERMINATION
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
BROWN DRILLS AND SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED SHEETINGS, Assi. Widths
BLANKETS, all grad cs and colors,
PRINTS k DELAINES, in great variety.
DRESS AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
ALEXANDRE'S Gek'cine KID GLOVES.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
DAVIS ic JONES' SHIRTS.
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, Sec.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
BRUSSELS AND 3-PLY CARPETS,
MATTING, HOLLANDS, Hemp Carpets.
Jewe..'s and Comon's Oil Uo.Iis.
, prompt paying trade, at a
TO SUPPLY A
CVom- J-;t ylf
A LOW PRICE,
J That the purchaser may not as nst instances experience in the
I purchase of one of the mis-named - Cheap Sewing Machines," a
j dkar bargain and wi.te or n.)'.i:i .
Lntrlish sauces. English niusturd.
touch niusMrd, r-nioked hams
Smokeil herriiiafs, Gre corn
lle.t Oolone tea. Hops, '
Crushed and loaf utirar, ..p, Ac
It Frsh Island buuerand trrcund co3--e a'wavc 01: i.nn.l
II. Mi I.NTVUt.
X K V 1 .M I'KII V KI EVTS
The World-wide Kepiifntioa
PEARL RIVER SALT.
STAXTI.V OV Haxd
ver Salt Works, both coarse and
the lowflt nn.rL.-er rut.i ll... v.
j waihae Potatoes, in quantiti-s to suit, and delivered at shortest
MILCO.V, KICHAKIIS V CO..
It OX PLOWS, II A V ri'TTERS,
t Bows, Can Ciitfrs,
Oram Cradles. Ot.di n Rollers:
I'lant-rs Hot, W he.-lnrrows.
Cultivators' Teth, tirindjlones,
linden Hakes. For sale bv
i7l C. UK E W KR 4 CO
CASTLE c COOKE.
I1IAXO SITTIXO DESRV
tirni t.i in.
aure ventilation, or at L-ast. tiie fljjrs not bvimr
tiglit, to prewnt the acumulatiun of carbumo
aci i gas within them, the iKroca being too 1uu. I1
without a greater degree of moL.t.tr Tr lZTZ ' T.VT'?! .T"?. ln ,r",u
nuirel for oa or oth-r erain.. Th Vn.V 1 "V ' V ,s' " P olj ... th,,r
no variety of riee 1mm., , " 1''"""' .ie"n5 Kr" oa una to fmouldr
I), skfs firoiEces,
fr conctina; rsoms.
For sale bv
C. URfcW LK V
VFEW OX1.V I.EI'T. WILLIAMS' double
threa I. new patent Sewma; Machine, simple in construc-
o uim-nai, iisui and el .nam. not liable to Rtt out of order
tVerV f.l(Tli!v .1,1.1 laa. a .r.. .!... a. . .
J a ai ajaaT:-! itil UhC. filT S.llt
BREWER i CO.
the nirilizp. ir.irl.l
-art Im profitably nmiertaken except in regions of
unt witn tne a Ivan ta? of
rJj ami rnnnt abun-Jant nifainu of irrijation
with frech wat r. Jfalt or braokiah water is even
more poisonons b tlw rire-plant than to most
othfir.. Let na now take -. birdwe glance at the
ntai il featnreu of the eoist of ou'r Smth Atlan
tic Sute-s. anl we sliall iee whv rle eultnr i.-i
there n ad profitable, while it is "not, exten-ivrlv
anjwherc else ia Xorth A.ncrica.
NOCTHESX ATLANTIC STATES.
Along the coast thera cxtenJs a series of nar
row Hand r.3.r. and islantia low and sterile ; seldom
inhabited, ard when so, onlj br a few lazv. sot
tiiifj Jndiai. blH breedn. n.groce, and whites,
who dwoll n Uibnib!e hautie, eupTortii." life
1 . at t r 1 - . . "
oj uuiDg, Miooiiug ana trapping. At a fw
prominent points, there ar light-Louies and
iife-h-xiu. witTi other raean provided bv "overn
m?nt for relieving ship that may b- driven n'sr
them in diatrevs. .Scattered far more fr.jtiently
we may see t: e nkeletomj of many gallant Uvrk.-",
which, lifted high and thrown fur up by great
Jistxra-tides, hive been barrd on and half covered
with sand, a th victims of war are buried.
I.f en now. whn -hip In the ntfiing'wing !ifle
0NvVV TVO tEPT.-M.11E BV S. ! A: II.
. ftnith th se instruments are vcrv rich and t.eav v to
.one ami admirably adapted for churches. For sal- bv
C. BltEWEK V CO.
on the hearth, to go to sleep upon the fl r.
UOypiTAf. ami xrKJFP.V.
There is one cabin provid.-J with a verandah,
which i. kept for a ho.ipif J, and another for a
nursery lor tlie negro l-abie. where th-v are taken
care of by an old niiw, their mothers not bein"
allowed to take them with thm when tbev go t
perform their task- in the ri.-e fields. Children
always seem to suffer more from malaria than
grown people. At the lower ud of the settle
ment is the overseer's ordinary n-sider.ee. a n -at
white cottage, with a t a'iin and a email cabin ,r
two, u.ied by his domi-stic servaats. behind it.
I R5rKIETOK5 MANSION AND CROrvn
We nter a really noble avenue of live-
oak an.j other iniiKith-leafed eu r-trreens, of Teat
fizoana curious-lv rmnir with WHvinsTe.m.f
Spani-h ui-m-s; driving for a quarter of a mil,)
through it upon an elevate.!. iirv
road, we approach tmr friend's country mansion- I
si Kith t.i - c .... rl..,,. 1. .
. ia"".i I'-i'Ll ll iu-"' 19 10 I? up.
proarh-d in this manner, built of wod, painted LJ1
white, and of a verv slight contrueti.-in l'r.-ie..
it there ;tre planted oranges, cataeliu, and other
plant that Northerners are accustomed tn
ider exoti.; on :n ni le there a 1;ire enirt.
KEGS IIICIILV fil.AZKD POWDER,
- Aes Indian Rllie Powder,
For file by " C. BREWER i CO.
BaT A- l-oxes table salt, -4 Iiicii .t l.roentl.x., line and
nui- auirir riira nam?, j nie'iiuin.
Tons lard, cheese and crackers.: Heavy 4-4 ticking,
"i iior.K tea, cnocolate and rice, mis.
I'icklrti, vineear. sardines, Superior che. k,white blue and
Ac, Itc., sc., Ac. ! r-,l rJaiuiel.
Cotton b itting, sattinets. jean?,
I'cs fancy casiinere. drainl ei.-.
As'd bra's and iron einilet En-nch ind American prmts.
siTews, tiiiiirhains. blay linetis
Rim knob locks, butcher knives. Velvet rihlmns, cittundes.
Hawks" brace and bun, augers, c- c-
Hand saws, ais'd hauiin. r.
Axes, hatchets, axe hatchets.
Chei-t, box and pad bks,
fiarcien sliars. zinc oileis.
Flat, round and taper files.
limit's a izvs. iiarJeu trowels.
Fish hooks window princs.
Jack, smoothing jointer planes c-paijf;,,.
.. a. aia . IVI. ar Klll--, , IM......
" seissiirs, needle, ... , '.
apectacle.. Metel f.rks.' Fwe-sV',?"' ""FT,' "-"
Rubber comb,, hair e 2"'r. - bas"." innterns.
a: . t,a. ' .1 ' ' 1 u ni o 1 1 TS. 1TO h ts. 1.1 m n.
i'oiiitijT piaises. sailor , pots.
XO I.EtTIIEK l.il:
XO LKATHKK I'ADJ
NO I.KATIIER 1.I:
CROVER & BAKER
SEWING M .aCHIBJES
For sale for Cash, or to first clam.
count from market rates.
110 i"d IIS Clay htreet.
AXD THE FACT THAT
;lass cloth itiksskr:
glass cloth 1'rf.ssf.k!
Have been already sold, and are daily and hourly merrily eliek-
! Crockery, Tin
and Wooden Ware
Silver thirnMv., gold pens
Knive, aud f.irki. wool cards,
Superior paint, varnish and
w w brushes.
Sup. carriage and riding whip.
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies' gaiters, buskins and
Men's, boys' and youths' Oxford
ti(. Jtc. 4 c, 4-.
Hand can, wheel harrows.
Light and dark cane seat
chair,, ic, &c.. t c.
Biik-inff Pti. tin pails, basins.
"i pia-.ci, oil cans, dippers.
Furr.aces, inn pets and kettles.
Tinned and enameled sauee
pans, 4c, 4c., 4-c.
Paints, Oils and
Railed, raw, and N. F.
White bad. zim, pvTs.
Furniture pel ki. :hron.e
To Reef Packers.
mtLS. TURK'S IM.AM 4LT
- half bbU. a!:ete. For sle Sv
C. BKLWKK CO.
Fancy case Piano Forte, 6 oct.
Half-round " OA
. trom tl:- mauufactory .r .M,,rs. Kallett Cutuston. who in
; strumenu have an uuequalled r-pntation f.r sweetnee, of tone
' elepir.ee and ierfection of mechanical cor.:ru-tion. '
C. BREW ER CO..
Siiirar and Syrup Kf
AXD H tiAL.
F w sale bv
K KG S.
ST RKCKIVEIf KX VAXKKK-
I ' bids, extra new Salmon.
FOR FAMILY USE,
h :lf h!.'i Sslmon F-r sale by
" " FRFWI R i CO.
NEW GOODS FOR THE LADIES,
l V EXPKESS!
BY THE "COMET."
L-AH.rs7" STVLE R,DIG and WALKIX;
I.at-s; s'vie Ilo:.net and Hat Ribbons,
Do. d .. Hoop 5itirt. .- 2H. 2(. IS. 15. S and 6 r.hs
uuntlete. Welting Cord.
UnM-anrs. -ii.-r Thimblf-,
'innair .iiitt. Whit
a nP:e Erusr.'-s.
4c, 4c. 4c
GLASS CLOTH I'UF.SSKR
XKW ST V LK HK.MMKR!
XKW STVLK HK.MMKR :
XKW STYLE HK.MMKR :
The (.rrntrst Improvement luirnlrdi
MAKING AN ENTIRE
XKW STILE MA CII INK I
. ..is mi t.t-i Mu.triarr oi uie Kione, proclaimiut; in their unerring
I aetion, perfect operation and wonderful simplicity,
Their Undeniable Superiority,
J I th tst eviancr we ran ad.lure of tri;r oirriu.
SEWING MACHINES !
HAVE BEEN RKHOVJil) JO
47 MONTGOMERY STREET,
NEXT TO COIiNEIi OF BUSH,
Forming the jutly celebrated LOCK STITCH,
by all to te t).e
x is w stile machixe:
l'.is;e pa; er,
TO TIIE LADIES OK HXIXOLI I.
A cuperiiT lot ' f
Consininj of Kibbon,, Flower. Kelts. Trinimirrf.
'lvets. Kuehes. Mateiil-s, ti.iuntl:,. Mirts, Hu;;
E'atir. Fr,id. Hanri'k'ts. Kr . Harerc.
ire , J.C., &.c, kc.
WHEELER Sl WILSOK !
It ia the Chen pent, moat Purnble. himI Knaier
" dersiiwd Ihnn nny other Srwiag
The hiehest efT.irt of inventive ?enius, the diiki perfect appli-
cation of mechanical skill, and the best practical result, of an
I undivided aim to
PRE-EMIXKXt K AROVK ALL OTIlPitii
I Are combined in tlie
GKOVER cSo J3AKKR
; That this pre-eminence ha, ben attained is IncontrovertiMy
evidenced in th-ir unprecedented aud iucreain? sale, and the
UXQUALIF1 EI) SUCCESsS
Attending th-ni at
the Fairs of 2860,
Where apalnst the most powerful and unremitting opposition of
' rival Machines they have in every instance received the
! first iritKriTjr
j WHEELER k AVILSOX,
And all other Shuttle Machines.
I AM PREPARED TO I1K.MOXSTRATK
to all who feel an interest in KMTN(J M A (' H I N F.?, that
Family Sewing Machines
Will do Better Work.
On a (treat range of fabrics that i, on as lij-ht fabric and tin
heavier fabrics than any other Family Sewing Machine, !-f,,r,
the public is capable of doinr ; that the work can be done
With renter Ease
And with fewer interTuptiot.s ; and that in all the iinpfirtiint
requisites ofa Sewing Machine. Singer', Machine,, at tlOO, arc
cheaper than any other kind at $50. I am nr.w sellme our
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
I FTTFTJ I or Transverse Phuttle Machines, an
alAls. .1, Kntir.lv N-w and Incomparable
Family Sewini Machine and a.lant-
ni ui Liignt Mannfactunnc. -
Frira 10 to SO f.-et in len?th. and various oth-r HoitsehnM
Dr. JA XES CELERRATP.n
For "'e In
SKNP FOR A CltlCCLAr.
r. ll.lVDEXi Ac.nl.
C.rnT Kaeratrentn ani Montgomery streets,
' SKXD FOR A CIRCULAR of our REDUCED PRICES.
Curs, Samples of Sewing, ire., tee.
R- G. BROWN, Agent,
:W! .llonf joinery Street,
Po not allow yonrseif to purchase a chain- STrrcn tntichine,
either double or single thread, all of which will rivel. All
chain Mitch machine, have a cord on the under side of the
fabric and the work soon wears out. Work done on Singer',
Machine, will outwear any other, and is more beautiful. Jio
tailor or manufacturer buys a chain stitch machine.
J. H. DUNNELL,
47 MOXTGO.MKRV STREKT.