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WO WEEKS LATER
I'Voiu tin? l!:.s.
Cir-t. Pnp reports the Richmond an! Viucrnnrx
X.i.Wi atl -at ari l il.e It-nk of the V nrf-r vo re-luce 1 tl. t
rn:l pumps kept hi r free. This is .n'y teinfx-rirj
Completion of the Overland Tele-
grapn Detween ban iranciso
and New York !
i'ho&ki: or Tin; ivak :
The clipper picket Yank, in eomrnirrl of ("apt.
Geo. W. C'ltttoa. arrive! on Friday morning last.
N'uvetuLcr 15, wiili the procnpttic-s of a streamer.
TM is Card. C first round soj.-tjp. anll.ehas
Iooe, bt very few before bin Lave performed, on
their maiden vrja nisde the passages over and
Lack. each io II dtjs.
By the I'jaAre we are in receipt ef New York pa
pers to Deleter 1. an 1 S-iu Frar.cisco dailies to Oct.
81. the I.stter onfainlng telegraphic advlcw from
lVoahiofvn and New Voik to Oct. V.
The f ratifjing fcewi is brought Ljr this arrival of
the evjfuj.Ietiin of the overland telegraph, I .jr which
newt will te transmitted boarly between New York
and San Franc'."Co, as Soon as all the connecting
links are completed. In other word:), the iiews pub
lis bed io New York or Washington on the evening of
an; Jaj ill e ttaiismitted to and appear In the
Kin Francises papers of the next mortjio,-.
Ve find the telegraph report verj full and BDme
what confusing tu the cursory reader; aud in order
tu give a clear statement of the' position of afTairs at
the latent advices, we condense and curtail the vari
ous reports received :
A rr aim os tu e Potomac. The Federal army hav
ing been ordered to advance into Virginia, a forward
movement twjrau on lue 2 1st October. General Stone
crossed the 1'otomac witU a portion of hid command,
at Fi wards Feiry. and the other at IlarrLsuu's
Island ahove Washington. kirtni.-bing begin be
tween the enemy in oucertain numbers and a part of
(tenerul Stone's eoniiu ind a early u'J o'clock thin
morning, and continued wills much eflect until 6
P. l . when large reinforcements of the enemy ai
p.eartd upon our right, which was eommanlcd by
'..! jnrl LViler of the California KrjriiuenL The Uni
on forces engaged were about l.tMJO, and were at
tacked by a force apjo-ed to number from 6, DUO to
6.'WO; at this juncture Colonel Buker was shot by
(ur bull:, and felt at the head of bis Brigade,
while gallant 1 cheering on his raen. Imine-riaTely
before he fell, be dispatched ilixr Vouaf to Geu.
Stone to apprise bun of the condition of affairs; and
.(irn. Stouw iiainadiatety proceedel. in person, to.
ward the riht to take command, but in the confu
sion created by the death of Col. Baker, the right
win 4 sustaiued renulse with considerable lo9. Gen.
Siolb reports that the right wing tetired to good or
der. The enemy charl from the wo-Ji in all
directions, converging opon our force. They were
bravely Diet, bat the slaughter of our best officers
and men was so terrific, that the Federalists were at
L.t obliged to retreat. The California Regiment
went into battle with 639 officers and men. The
drowned are &), killel SO, prisoners MM), wounded
V2 total 6;3. 8afel81.
The Washington Slitr' account of the fight at
T 1 1 - t klk .I... Mr. titliiL'hl at ' I
lyiWZIJ " J, J rvf '
o'clock A. M-, but the enemy was repu!scd whenever
they appeared. About 5 P. M.. the rilit win;
f,und itself confronted by near 4, 000 of the enemy,
Bikkr Gen. Cvaoa, with artillery. General Baker
gallantly beaded the charge in which be was killed.
The o tlicer tn command immediately ordered the men
tc fal! back ea the river where they would be sup
porteJ by Gen. Stone and the portions of the army
that hail then effected a eroding. The men obeyed
in .m1 order, carrying off all the dead and wounded.
On reieaiug the position selected, the right wing
tone!, though under the fire of the enemy, which
graduitlly slackened up until midnight when the
Cring ceased. Throughout the night the balauce of
Gen. Stone's force crossed the river and threw np
temporary works that rendered his position secure
and enabled him to protect the crossing of the divi
sion of Gen. Banks.
The object of Gen: Flone's movement was to enable
his command, with General Bank's division, to be
sifely transferred to Virginia. Evans attacked Col.
Baker iu frout and on boilt Hanks. Col. Cogswtl!
was taken prisoner.
Information from Gen. Stone's command announces
that the tight was a desperate oue, and that large
numbers were killed en both side Although much
stronger than our force, the enemy as allitg back
before Gen. Stone's advance, aud would hve un
doubtedly been totally routed, but for the fall of Colo
nel U tkrr. which produced a sudden confusion among
oar troop. . ' ,' "
Gen. Banks, with bis catttaiand is supporting Ces.
Stoa.'on I being Major 0.eral, is In loll eonifiaaJ.
Gen. McClellaa lett for Gen. IUnk's headquarters in
the field this morning.
It is a subject of regret that Gen. Baker should
have eogai-e.1 the enemy, when ;acoordii (o- report,
he was ordered to make a reconnoiwiaoce only, with
strict in-froction. it atucked. to fa I back and not
fight. Gen IUker ma I-bis will vn caiuruay iui,
and d(-iid i with Col. Webb, aud when he left for
the field aa soi l to the Utter : I shall participate in
f-rty eight hours. If I fal!. I request you to lake
charge of my body."
Tu success of the moiement of Gn. Stonx and
Gen. Lank across the Pob-m ic is now established, as
the enemy did not venture to make further resistance
to it yesterday. All accounts agree that our men
conducted themselves ucb'.j in theaffair of Monday
eveiiag; T'4 portion of t.e coTuae wfncfcT receiled
a temporary check by the death of Col. Batcr be
haved gallantly, though opposed by a force triple
their number. The ground thus gained was left in
undisputed possession of our troops.
Philadelphia. 1'Iih. At the latest advices, 60.
fxX) (eJeral troops had crossed the Potomac, and the
Mi were retreatiog to-Mviasma Juociivn,. where
it w ts supposed they would make a stand, and offer
CgUt. Infiroation obtained from private letters esti
ruite the in killed and wouuded. at Edward's
Ferry, at 11 i.
Arraias is MiswiCBi. Cen Fremont was in full
pursuit of the rebels, aiih about 35.0)0 soldiers,
divided into four cilomns. : The rebels hal retreated
as far as Springfield in, Suuihwest Iiseouri. with
eeery prospect of further retreat being tut off. Gen.
Siegel was about 1M nile east of them. Geu. Lane
about the same distance west, with Fremont's army
in the rear. The rebel under Gen. Price would
either be cot elf er dispersed in a few days. Latest
date from that quarter is October 18.
Taa Fiout at th Morrn or mi Missisirrt.
An engagement took place Oct. 11, between several
gua-Vo Us fitted out at Ntw Orleans, and the Cnited
States fleet blockading the Mississippi. " The following
is the report of Com. M'Kean. who commands the
Cnited States squadron, at published by the War
The Captain of the Richmond reports that the
bole male in her by the ram was two eet below the
water line, and five iuche in circumference. At the
first alarm the crew coolly repaired to quarters, and
as the ram paased abreast the Richmond, the' entire
- i . 1 .tfMi
port battery was uijcnargea a cer wuu ai vuvv
it was impossible te discover in the drks.-: A rel
light was shown as a signal of danger, and the squad
ron was under way in a very few moments, the Rich
mond covering the retreat. The rrehtl went over
the bar, while the Vincennct and the Richmond
groandel. TSe enemy "now coming down the river
with fast steamers, they commenced firing at us,
while we returned the fire from our port batteries,
and ri3el gun on the poop; our shot, hewever. fali
nz short, while fhe enemy's shells bursr on all sides
of'us. and several passed directly over the ship.
At 9 : SO A. M , Commander Handy, of the I'in
eenntt, luictaking my signal to the ships catside the
bar to gt onderweigli for a signal for him to aban
don bis ship, cirue on board the Richmond with his
officers and a large number of his crew, tae remain
ing having gone on board the li'aler Witch.
Commander ILnJy. before leaving bis ship, hJ
placed a lighted slow match under the magaxine.
Having watched a reasonable time for an explosion. 1
directed Commander Handy to retarn to his ship with
bis crew, to start his water, and.' if necessary, at his
own request, to throw overboard the small guns, far
the purpose of lightening the ship, and to carry out
Lis kedge with a cable to heave off with.
At IO A. M-, the enemy ceased firing and with
drew up the river. -. . ' - -
During the engagement a shell entered our ports;
one of our botes wa? st'jre by ao'rther sbeil.
the Miin bate to go to .t;:e I t"" Ji ive
three r.ew flanks put in. 1 have rtcmel ttieri-cl
guti and j-l.M:ed tht? trre j-itir;Jers !! the f.reca.tle
and tl.e tetve--urid-r on the pvrip. d-ti! I I hive
ps-iMy niniiajr,-,l t!.e thip iu any other way than by
tfM'iinv hfr henl nn ftn.l ittivn t Le river. 1 couM
M. I t . T . 1 .:- n I .til.. I.i. r (V'n 1
wis foun-i hazardous owing to her extren:e length,
the afteu:pt ws tnaJe but a broil-: le coull not be
brought to bear without ruMiiri the s'.iip ahore.
Vr Trle;r phi- Krparlx
BaltiM' HK, Oct. l'j'.h. The venerable lhos. Wil
der, the f binder of od 1 Fe!i-wshif., died very sud
denly this uutning.
It i tate-l BeauregirJ intended to make no stand
Vi'u side of Centerttlle, on the heights of which,
h iweter. if ful!oed, he wuld oj.p-e the Union
forces TjT a whil. but when rreei would retire to
bis oM f os.tiou bey jiid Bail Uun.
Our Ministers at London and Paris ns-ert positive
ly that neither of thovs Governments h ve eutere I
intij any arrangement with Hpain to j-iin in the exj-e-cl.tion
4 iint Mexi-'O. Government has been as-ured
that the ot j-ct of 1;ee Powers is n:ere!y to protect
their citizens, aud to obtain reparation for past out
rages. Maco. Oa . Oct. 15. A Convention, this morn
ing, passed resolutions recomtnen ling C r.gres to
suspend the collection of iiii rt duties mil throw
opeu our ports for free trade to all nation who ma.u
tain peuce with us R solutions were d oi-te-1 rela
tive to the .-equestration act, recntninen ling that the
payment of debts seque-tercd be not required during
the war. and claiuis for indemnity and indebtedness
aueatlheNorth.be allowed, and iet ff. A Cofn
ui!'tee, consL-ting of delegates from Charleston, Savan
tiah and M-bi!e, was aj.p.intel to examine a plan for
marine steam battering ram.
Wasimnotox. Oct. 2i Flag OfRcer Craven hi
j'ist ariivel from the lower Potomac, ile rejorf the
rier at that point effectually cled, rebel batteries
commanding it at every jxint below Washington.
Gen. Hwney stiil remain in the city, but n is re
ported he will soon be a-signed active bervice.
The Timf? dipatch says that at the Cabinet
meeting to-day, it was decided not to inier.'ere, fwr
the present, with Gen. Fremont and Lis cominau L
The special dispatch to the L'ommtrcial say it is
raining very steadily here. (Oct. '21.) The Potomac
is riing, aud military operations are suspended.
Keliable information from Virginia contains the
story of discontent and murmuring not only iu c imp,
but among all classes, of the management of all airs
by the so-called Southern Government, which tub
jects them to contiuued sacrihees and privations, and
bestows no advantages in return.
It is believed that but for the overawing presence
of the Southern army. Eastern Virginia would now
be ready to return to loyalty.
Cassius M. Clar. Minister to Rusta. has intimated
to the Government that iu view of the threatening
attitude of tne Rebels he prefers to surrender his pre
sent commission ns representative to Russia and enter
the army iu active service. The Cabinet has the
m itirr under consideration, and Keiit'jckians here
are anxious for the return of the gallant Cussiu.
An effort is making to supersede Geu. McC'lell.in
mUH dm ITiIieck. who is now on his war Irorn Cal-
i..r.,i-. Thi clianve would create a new revolution
in military aud civil circles, while the greatest Cjufi
lne i entertained for Gen'. McClellan. -
The President has at last susjK-iided the writ of
huucnt corpus for the District of Columbia.- the
Judges and Twyers have m:de themselves so trouble-
. . ... . . . r
aome with tueir orucious luieriereuce who uiiumij
affairs that this has become necessary.
NtW York, Oct. 21. V -Key We-t letter of the
20th reports the arrival at Cirdin is on the ICth of
the rebel steamer TUeo-lure. from Charleston, with
the French Consul aud faiuilr. and Messrs. M -on
and Slide!, Commissioners to Fiance and England
The steamer Salror. from Havana, wuh contra
band ewuls. was caitured on eiierine Tamra B T.
v. C b o,. . . ., an.I f(,KI to Ivrv West. . Her
cirgo is said to have consisted of K00 pistols, half a
. : r.ui I a L..j
nnliKiii percussion cur' w uui;ii un, v. io-o,
400.0)0 ciirirs. and 400 ba2S coffee. Cant. Scoft re-
inmnl t, irivK his r .riied ui to the U. S. Marshal for
ali'idicaiion. and to obey the order of the U. S. Court,
sailed with his prize.
Uiiiiiivn Vs.. Oct. 21 Thetlection for a divi
sion of the Slate, as ordered by nn ordinance n' the
last Convention, came off throughout We-fern Virgi-
iiia to-day. The vote through this city and county
is not full, but snHitfeut to indicate an overwiienning
majority in favor of division. Reports from the inte
rior, at far s rect-ived. show a ttil! ereater unanimi
ty for it. Thirty-cine counties are included iu the
new State. '
The steamer Ftrsr. off Charleston, saw a ship
standing in. intending to run the blockade. She pur
sued ber, when she was run ashore, and all hands
escaped before overtaking her. On oarditig she
was ascertained to be the ship Ifioi, of Phila
delphia, bat now owned in Charleston, from Liver
pool, laden with salt, flannel and blankets. The
latter articles were taken out, and the ship was then
fired and nearly consumed when the I'andalia
Tu Peiv-ATKEit Si'MTTfcR. The last report of the
Sampler is th at she put into Triuidad for con., but
coul not procure any. ' She then proceeded to sea,
an 1 oon fell in with a brig, coal laden, from which
he to-.k 20 tous. and proceeded to the coast of
Brazil. The news was brought by the Engiish
steamer. Panama Star.
IVm W inline has determined to escape the danecrs
of rebel temptations and the apprehensions of Mar
. i . t h. ffLtr 1. i niuiil f , ff tn Eurone.
PHH1 9 ii-i"" m'J 6 " r
He will sail at an early date, and prob ibly act n the
capacity of rebel agent or commissioner when he
'get on, the Other Me of the Atlantio. J ( ' :. : . .
The Prussian War Department has soil twenty
thousand percussion muskets to the Unite.! States
Government. 'which were forwarded to Hamburg,
(-em whence they will be shipped to New York.
The Washington' correspondent of the Philadel
phia Pre$ writing on the 10th Oct. ssyst"An
extraordinarv Cabinet meeting was held last eve
ning, from till 10 o'clock, at which Generals
McClellan and McDowell were present. Gen. Me
Clel lan stated his plans in detail, nnd he has by
Consent ef alj partie. .iHBWwt -ony nomiatlty.
!... ,.. ihm i.fi rnntrnl nf the ll rill II of Hit
VUI uc.HMSlif '. ....... . . - - - , .
Potomac He will consult and listen to the advice of
u. i -.1 r.ti..p nihoritiei- hut he must te
urn. v," ' 1 1 , . - - .
v,...,..,iom v. i-ff fntirele ta-viia own iudement and
decision! "XapiJleon like, he' Tiears' the opinions of
at ben. bulorros bis owu coiiqlusions, aoJ acts upon
mm m - -m- T?.11 r Ik Mk
lhem.v lie aaas-taia, ana ii isceaevtoiouu tM ,.
i.:m v...r..ro ,nnt hranc be creilitea tue sue
A O II I ll , i in i t . ( -' - ' '
cess, or charged the defeat rf our arms.
f . Han t'mmnnt and the entire army
.IJ18POI v.v- . " " -
.ote-t snirlts at the immediate rrosptct of
a general enanient. nd our- brave- fellows have
implicit faith in their ability to defeat the rebel
1onf o lift-Aired the f?e1irf4
UIH LS I. 1 - i- "
h their derreiatvons. The belief
monr the people appears general that we are t-oon
i..-- Miow.nri abf once was. prosperous.
faithful end harpy, anJ the conSdcfir-e in Fremont
. ' 1 ' ft t ! nnwf
has,' during the weeK, largely increaeu. ur
k all. to he a man of action, and the man
fnf. the occasion. St. Josrvh. Paper, Oct. l&VA.
ti. ;nn r,f Jr-Troon Davis' h- alth is most
A I -
j tn I the nn est ion of anpointinz his sue
i r tn the Presidency of the Southern Confedera
tion was canvassed at the South. Mr. Stephens
:. f.-t- m.ntinnf.1 in thai connection.' Mr.
11 I1IC to J ... .. . . ...
Iav is returned to Richmoiid on Saturday, the &tu
A Rittlr Lkcuned. Gen. McClellan has f lirly i
thrown down fce ffige of tattle tajithe rebel f.r.e. ,
Ib sent Gen. Smiih with no n tuwai U Lewins- J
vilU-, w.-.-t of tl" Putotn-ic. When aith'n ha'l a
miie of the town, six CAtinon were put in roj.ii.u. ;
l,-a ain.ru lhr..Tl t.ut St '- A. M.-UtlllUT
for.-.s waited till 3 P. M.. when tiie rel
in t.ire force, ari l openel a fire, which
ly re-pondel to. After our forces
HEW SHOEMAKERS SHOP!
r. khi t nml vhf'l. the rebels fled. Gen. M-'Clellan
b.vl i:tJ.t0 more men at band, if the rebels had
stood tire," an 1 acctpteJ the challenge for battle. ;
Our troops then entered the t.wu, caitured two;
ctticers, and three privates, and brought away 'JO
wigon-loads of f. r.ig of the best quality.
Muncns Hill ban been taken possession of by our ;
troops, tbe Kelels havii-g abai,d .neJ that and other ,
positions en Friday night. For weeks. Munson's
Hiil. anJ other positions Deir by, whete the enemy ,
were posted, have Uen the sulj.-ct of portentous an 1 ;
conflxtinit telezraros. These jK'aitions were iu sight ;
of tie Federal Capitol, and directly in front of our j
army. But all these poi!ious, Ltistiiiig with icLclj
cannon and myna-ls of men, are now iu the P'jS-bessi'-n
of our loyal troops, an 1 the St irs and STipes
float iu the place of the Rebel fl 15. In leed, nil the
Rebel entrenchments fronting Arlington Heights,
are now abandoned the enemy having retreated,
by tight, four mi'.es back. If it be a strategic
movement, it will not only fail in drawing our troons
into the sna.-e, but it discloses the weakness of the
R-.bel- and the exaggerations as to their numbers and
strenzth. The mere act of their retreating, is
pio..t K)s:tive of their weakness, and that their j
ttrenztii hs been inarveiouly magnified. Alt bough .
this retreat may not oe very itntioriam in i"i'"j
point of view, it is murciliy of i-t itiipott iiice. It
is certain that not more than 10,000 men hod leu
stat'oneil at these deserted fortitications, althoiiah
tlie teVr inn have told us tliere were from C0.UO0
to 1 0-1,0 M.
M.,atiltur TIIK IMIKKMKNEI) WOl'M) RK- ,
Is a'.petrel, i Sifl j-..'a:.v iofi.nr !.. frivii.i aii t t:ie j.alu-. that h-
was r'rcmrt- I f Vl aci.n t..! ::-h-l biaw-lf . s'h."-
wasprtinri nu;a. one J wr Nortti-VA ot Ui lr Gli tore, 1
hail tlirown : , . , ..,. 1. ,., .s in u.,.r.i a stun- of i uo'.ic pat- '
4 I j' j livU
n II,. 1. 1 trit. w!iere he U s to Ui.-r.t a shar of l-ub.ic pat-
rjtl,. . KV.Olt'lK ft.AKK.
"p " lrt. t wi!I ciTthe fnU in tlw- iry sunluhirv. at
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A u!.Tir aiortmei.t of Nl Velvet Ribbona, .
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FOIi SALE !
I OAF SUIBT tKAVESHORer.
EOIat SALE !
r piJT PKAS IX BARRELS.
Ot Meal ill di niijoha", ly
ED. lPK.-CHLAEr.EIt STAPEN1IORST.
-aa tiA L1IS. KOXA C OFFEE-NEW
ZimXf JfW CK'JP. for tale ty
(inrmlv selected for the
Drv Coods, etc., etc.
Fancr Prints, new styles: white proun.1 do ilo do.
Fancy and pol Swiss Muslin,
Muslin Kohev and Morninp lMe.
hite Shirtiiips, different qualities.
Hack and Ulue Coltou Velvem,
V hite and Drab Muletkmt,
Tlaiu Black Lustre Orleans and Alpaceas.
W hlte Colton Urill",
Superior black and colored Al-atca,
Biue figured Alpacca,
Ulack anJ colored Cohurgf,
Superior M oolen Thibet,
Worsted Lasting, black, blue aud
8-4 bleached Table Damask,
Colored Table Dan-..ik,
Assortment of fine Linens,
French Dimities, ..
Bobinet Lace. . . ,
, White Ui e, ' . ' t
Mosquito Netting, ( u .jYiue Broadcloth,
Superior blue twilled Flannel. Spanish stri-, -,,,,
uperior white and colored Flannel,
Ginghams, new styles, . nm.
White and pink Bed Quilts,
White Welt and Quilting,
Brown and white Lineu Turkixh Towel,
BY THE KKGCLAR PACKET TtTWEEN HONOlXLC
AND SAS FKANCISC0.
Fur the spee.ly and safe or.veyance of Merchandise. Coin, let
urs an.l valuable parcels, to all pans c-f the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE
The A?ent at lb -nolulu st-lls bills of exchance in sums to suit
on Weils Farjro & fo.,sii Fraocisco or New York. Also.
WelU. Fargo & Co.' franked 1". S?. Oove n.m nt envelne.
which pa.- free rer ..- California and ouist routes, aud over
the Atlantic route from S.m Francisco to New York.
Commissions and odlectmn promptly attende.1 to.
ti&a, A.J. CAHTWUmHT. Agent
FK1PAY, Nov. 22. at 12 o'clock, A.M.,
Will be sold on the Esplanade, ex batk J war.
Whale iHia:. A halinj Gear,
C. pier Tank", 0r.
Uil Tn -S Try Pots,
lktub Lances and Ojns. Spy Glasses, 4c.
One well-knowri Saddle Horse!
AlvV At Market Wharf.
m4 Whale X3ont x !
FAMILY DRUG STORE !
.f. .11. S1IITI A: Co.,
COB.1TEII rORT St HOTEL STS.
Jl-ST RECEIVED EX KADIUA" AND
COM El'," full assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
Sirs. Allen's Hair Oestorrr, Fish's Hair Hes.orer.
Wood's " ' Uuniet's irientalTooUi Main
Cumminii's Tooth Wash, tfpauldiiijr's (.ilue.
Castor Oil Capsules, Uy KilliiiT Pair.
Farisihn pri-paration for Glove cleanini;,
Beiixuni for greese spots, Co.'er'4 Gelatine,
Mrs. Winslow's to-.thinir fvrup,
fjalts of Lemon for ink iots.
Chiuese Vermillion, Lily While,
Track's Magnetic Ointment
Costar's llat Poison, Baby Powder,
liickey's Flea powder. Hair ke,
1'ianion 1 Cement,
Marshall's Cterine Catholleon,
Tote'dier with tlie usual atsortment of P.iteut Sledicine..
riatfa DOZ. It. IS. UYASS'
1 5 6
J. C. f PALM NO.
J. C. 8PALDINO.
BOXES CEXCIXE SPERM CAN
1LE. For sale by
J. C. SPALDING.
ROLLS CUI.VA ,4-1 WHITE AND
Clieckid Mutuiig. Fur sale uy
A splendiJ anxirtinent of Silk for dresses, latest styi-,
A small assortment of Silk ManlilUs,
White Cambric Silk 1 1 and kerchiefs,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Llk and Bk'J col'd silk Cravats, Tie. and Handkerchiefs,
do .Io do Sew in filit. do for Enibroid. ry, ....
Assortment of Glove and Gauntlets, of kid, silk, buck and Lisle
Black sVlkTiat KiblmnJ, plain and fancy silk Bonnet Ribbons,
Black Silk L uibieilas,
Sui-crior black Crape
CARPENTER SHOP !
JOHN I'OMEROV. CARPENTER AND
VU V"uel .Maker. bets respecilully to iuf .rm the inhabit
lW uti - of Honolulu and vicinity, that having ojiened a
Ml tuup in the alRve line, near the comer of Nuuanu and
Chaplain t-ireets, he U now prepared to do all such work with
n-atness and dispatch and at Kreatly reduced prices.
J.bbing done, furniture suade and repaired, cofhns made to
order, paper hiuiiriucs -' ,lt reasonable raits.
All work done by me warranted.
Persons wLshiin; to dispose oi furnitur; by private sale, will
do well to ive me a call.
CT The smallest favors thankfully r:eiveK m
NEW GOODS at Auction. EVENIIMG SALE.
Frora London, via Victoria,
Ex fcSIia:ET AXCIIOB
At tO o'clock, A. M.. at OCR SALES ROOM,
Will be sol.l, and assortment purchased for this market.
Consisting in part of
niRPfiP. TWEED COATS. PANTS.
MISLIN. LADIES AND CENTS'
A ITERS. ASSORTED.
AnuWefte. Ginger Rrnntly. Juniper Cordial, I
Curaeon, Uia-uil. Pie t mil. .c,
rrnsiTriiK i axi iiorsksi
Japanese & Cliinese Goods
to-ii o it now i: v r.x 1 x !
FRIDAY, Nov. 22J, nt 7 1-3 O'l lock.
At Sales Rooms, will be sokl, a nigninn assortment of .
J APANESE AND CHINESE GOODS X
Inlaid cal inets,
4c, ic, &c.
Cunsistiug in part of
White cra manlRUs,
F eather Uns,
Silver su'pef'er bocklea.
WnUng Desks, .c.
Real Estate at Auction - POSTPONEMENT !
On Tuesday, Nov. 20, nt 12 o'clk, precisely
On the premises, me
HOI SE AND LOT IN ROBERT'S ROW, OX
uc TWO-NTORV Bl'ILDING
ik L T w Oo.u. rsasi-1v ntl'ViMlli' Mr. CormueU'a Market.) Sale
Vll XVilig tuni, uv'j "11
u le poaitive.
AT AUCTION !
MONDAY, N'ov. 23, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
At the residence of A. K. CLARK, Esq.. Berrtania ativsst, wfll
The r.ntiie Furniture of the House I
Consiotiuf in part of
200 Cords Best Fire Wood
1 nair emn.llesticks.
1 pair ra.es.
s i.''L'l V fll HUM
w - .... -' - -
t.u ..wm;.. nf tio. ii!iilersn;iieil. ami
for sale by
HOLT IlEL CK.
1 wslnot doutde bsdstead.
. . . I. k. I.I..J
c' -" r . ' - ... w.'.
1 inahoiraiiy iar-uu, p-r., o nimomir
1 tio. nisrtile top ehest of iraw- 8 rattan bottiaa chairs.
J. C. SPALDING.
4 d II ALF URLS.. 200 5-GAL. KEGS, 150
dmbJ 0-ijai. kea M.uolia Whiskey. For sale by
Blouse to l.ct !
w.i if w c a -vrs PR PMISKS AT
a r mm ' - - - - - -- - ,
i.r -nt occupied by K. Gillilanil, Just aoove me iirsv ,
bri.U-e. near the residence of Pr. S V. lord. or par- ,
j,. Barter. J
Chance Seldom met with.
THE L'NDERSIGXED WISHING TO
1 IT: leave this kin(t loin, on m-eount of ill health, off-rs to
j'iri ..:,,P. (r disose of,) Ihe Res'aurant, Billiard, an.l
Bowline Sl..ns, on Fort Street. Tney are nea aim ,
with everythiinr that can possibly be required.
It is m.w d .itnr, and always has done a very pood, respecta-
... . - will l, ffiVetl lltf I
ble and luif-iuve nusine-s. run - -
applvlnv to the proprietor on tne premisea. nrar
a-o-t 1 L Ktjl--"-
,TO UK LET! ,.,
j'THE PREMISE' IV NXTANT VAL-
f LEV, nmkai of the residence of K. O. Hall, recently oo
cupied by Mr. Mclotyre. c .,...5,
ALSO The ThompsiHi pr.-fnisea on ort S t., and Ho.el U
Eerv One who has Used It Likes It!
" . - . . . . . . , 1 - a 1.' T
.if' CO I IO. ..... - - ' . ..
tit pr.rjierty Bel,v 'f nn
ukk-L fry it ! toiA in caaisvct Jiales,
Ulne Pilot Reeaut; Jackets, ,
ltlsjck Alpaceaa and cloih coata and sacks. s
Black and Uue cloth Pants, .'
Assortment of fine buckskin Pants,
Assortment of cotton I'anU, white Mars "
lliekorv Shirts, white cotton and fanry coliired Slurti.
White cotton Shirts with linen ami uiuslin bosoms,
Keftt-v Shirts, .
h.yrlet aud blue flannel Shirts, . . .
Silk and fine lambswoot fnilershlrts, ' '
I'ink white, brown, and fancy striped Un'lerhirts,
Ijirite assortment of cotton and silk Socka and Stockings,
Surior ):riy I white meiino S:ks and Slockinss,
Silk and cotton Elastic Susjienders,
Uent's brown and white Leghorn Hats, new stylea, trimmed,
Gent's French felt Hats,
Ladies' and children's Leghorn Hata, trimmed.
THE IIAV FROM TIIE v V AlhlKI
E.nn is for sale ev-luiv-ly at the FAMILY UKU
riltT AVU FBKl HVKH.-S Iv-ia tliorouhiy
1 fraffrant at A seeds wlth'-ot Wast.
Mi4 U warraiit iL aben
fu .i ita-.f f.nlil. r in ttuir
al 1 c nt per laMind and deliVi-reti. c?
mil inv. , wxwniilllT. Vnrt Street.
J-o-0t - -
A(inTtiLlAtiRAL UIPLEMExXTS !
. - - . . . . . ...m. 'W . 1 V T
A I. . K.l r. ar sr. - - -
A o. neoitural Implements of all kinds o hvu I and oon
sTantlyvrrivIo for sale 00 the uxi reas fcteto, aa-lat
'te lowest city pri . es. . t, ' nA Dealers. .
i. l'. v in 111 -
",y;-3in Cor. Washintttoii l'avisSts .San rrancls.0.
Suneiorr Enslish "addles, hoskln all over, complete.
Imitation hoft-kin seat Saddles, complete,
Silver plateil l itis and stirrupa.
Iron tinned bitis.
Liquors, Wines, etc.
Superior Holland Gin, In T.askets,
TO MASTERS AND OWNERS 0F
. . . SHIPS
( Ilts. F. NEWMAN. 1EAC.II-
ER of the fkoio, Alelodeon, Singing an Ger-
5jiV al iait LaiiK-Baee. .
I I ? I II -...1 M. l..l.vin rarvfullv toned, etc.
SS If I .... ; " . .
llrdera left at Boa So. 77, Post Olhce, will ti
ca-w aa. -..,( J-c. -Mtatt-L
AOENTS OF THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Uotwltiluraclets.
Ml frei-ht arrivins: in transitu for the Sandwich Islands,
nweivrd and forwax Jed, by the - Regular litch Uae
rsti or iov:t-ii;. . . ViSl
Particular attention pan 10 nrwaniiinc aim ir.io.io..or..i o.
. ... 1 1. t.:-i. nl'mff ..rhMUfe in-
,.l. ,11 W IldlTUIt II V VI I '. ".. . - - - .
surance of mere hand ise awl s?cio under opeo policies, tuppr
ins whleships. eaarteno j ships, etc
A n gin Cl44tS.
Port and Sherry Wine, in cases.
Rl.ls Ityass Ale, in quarts and pinta
Chnlens, S. M.
wis Ch'ese, Westphalia Hams, Enlih Pie Fruits,
J .msand Pickles, whole Illack P. p"r. Chocolate,
Superior Eniflish Mustard in tiv b.Htles, - - -Stearin
canilb s. in boxes 25 lbs each,
Liverpool yellow and sail water Soap.
Cutlery, Hardware, ctq
W3I. HENRY TKESCOTT,
At-TIXG SECRETARY OF STATE TO THE V.MTED STATES.
Ta mil srtosa t heme "resrns fkall cfmt, Grtrtinf I
.vmeve tu iTncilRCI' " X- I'.TCIl ER
. . . K . . . . . - m . - - -
A . .,i1b.n nl tba L ruled Mates, kas fi.nl in this lpartment
... . : . . .Iiv.,,. .f utt-rtn en II islmui'l
I'll- require! o " c 01 v . ........... v. -
ui. ! tke Pacific V-en. trie anr Ivimr in Nortb iaU.lu.le
... 1. ITU L.l j.!. r rv. .VimiB.
Th .t n-inv of the ocruiiatmn of said I.land. in the name of
the L nited State, by A. U- Benson, on U lwifol himself and bis
ass-xrUtes. Win. W. Taylor an i sail Get.rge E. N etcher, haa
ai been flleI.
Awl that the Vnited States Ouano Comtny 4 ' York, a
evrp-jrati olaiia-as ttul w t:a taws of the wateof Yorr.
B-iee if the assigns of the p.ifti. s afoT-ail, tiav entered into
sutTicient bond-, under and acordiint t liie provi!ioi. of the
Act of ih' Conerrsa of th l aiteil States, pa.-..l on t'.e
t ihleenth day of August, iu the year eighteen bunircd ana
6ftWhere''re the l'Dite.1 St.its Gua.m. Cinfnaby b ;stitlJ'. In
. . . .v. .nn ..n . .,i.l it ,n.l. to ;l thtr linVl llf.S atid
..l..ro.s iutendi-d bv that act to I eeurl to ritiai n of the
I ,tl States who maV Mr d vvered ib-:--sits of cuaio ; pn-
vide.1. alwavs, tliat Ibe said I n.leil States Guano C..n.pai y
shail a,'iJ,V lis? (Conditions and mjuxemenU imposed by the
. . . ... 't-Tt:, ITMpvTMMtt ArJineSecre-
1Q WIW1TM wiieinii, H n m.mj " - ' '
j taxy of Stat of trs rnitesl fltales of America, hav-e
bereanto K tnv hand and caused the sal of the
lvnvimi-tii of jitate to be aStnl at Washinrtoa.
.k:. u-..i i. ?i w r,r iRnid In th vear of our lx"rd
... . . : . k. I . -n. l of th
One lIHiU.a.Kl Cltrii immiii nii'i .'. --
Independence the L nited Mate ot America the
YVM. HENRY TRKSCOTT.
sii not dalv anthonted ire here y fTbid ocropyina-
r remorine rvisno IVssw Uve aOove r anv other Island Ra-k or
ltJ2Z.L .,fSi., UiaCorr.aaay. a poH sl-d ia ILm .Saw York
Tr,ae. March S,. q
ngSta . Preaalest taited Stea uuapa vompany
117 and 119 Califcrnia street.
Captain B. F. 8vrvr. ' I
Mi-sirs. c. nara r.a sr ..,
Superior pen and pocket Knives and S-issors,
Sailors' pocket Knives,
Cocoa handle Sheath Knives.
Tailors' Tbinit lev. platl ThimlJea, ,
Nertiles. d iniinj needles, bla and plated pins,
Superior Razors in boxes,
Irou tinned saucepans.
VON HOLT & HEUGK
HAVE JUST RECEIVED BY
"JSC IX TV I IV 5S- IE ! 99
fJIIE FOLLOWING VERY
Choice Assorlnicnt of Goods !
Most carefully selected, which they offer at reasonable prices,
via : a complete and varied aiSoitmeut of
f Best and Latest Styles, comprising
Cotton, half linen, linen Summer Pantaloons,
YVhite and colored, faury and black Huekskin, Cloth and
Clack Alpacca Coats,
Single aud double breastel superior Illack Cloth Coata,
Assorted coloretl fine Parisian Coats,
White Marseilles, blark Satin and colored Silk ests,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
Of best material and workmanship, via :
Oenta' Calf lb Hits, IlidifR ItiHils. LastinR Gaiter,
Klaatic Ties, Calf Hrogaas and low Shoes,
Ladies' Elaitie Gaiters, CaH Shoes,
Children's Shoes and Gaiters, assorted sues.
HATS AND C' APS.
A fine assortment of IlaU of various stylea and cotors, via :
Ladies' Kelt and Straw Hiding Hats,
Cents' Cloth Caps,
Children's Hata aud Caps.
Of different kinds, larpe sii, of pond material, and well made.
Silk and Merino L ndershirts and Drawer.
DRY GOODS AND SUNDRIES.
Bales auperior French Prints, small patterns. Litest styles.
Cases plain, black and figured Paramatta, Orleana and
Pieces sup. black Lustriene, black and white Satin,
Ulack and colored Moire Antique Silk,
Pieces black Thibet, black Velvet,
Plain, colored and fancy Cashmeres, Irish iaoen,
Ladies' black Silk Hose, Merino half Hose.
. . ta : ...I VmKHu.lA. failfl..
Lllinroiinnt-s i.o w.-.j .
i Assorted Silk Umbrella, sup. white Blankets, large Bixe,
' - . . an. i s . A . ..nnbut I 'iv t ' l-Xt
Cases Siuhlle ana sauuiery, uuc - ji
Sailors' Sheath Knives. Saw Files,
tireat Mopul Playimt Cards, Mauassa Oil,
Superior Kau de Cologne .-t, v '
A lew OI me well-known .nunc . - !
" , m r.o i.iwktv omamenlai German
case new sijn-"i uno o....
ind French Fancy Articles fcr Christmas uad w
Year's I'rtseuta, .
Casea assorted Dolls, Pianinoe, Cord and Tassel,
An assortment of Glass Beads, - -Alexander's
whiteand colored Kid Glove,
Kuled Writinp Paper. Ink, Feather Dosters,
Matches. Cul-OlHSS Tuinhlers!
Wine aud Sherry Glassc. etc., etc.
Cases Bttperior Hock,
A Urne aud varied assortment of
ALSO ON HAI
Cases Superior SCHIEDAM GIN, the oulr
Article in the Market.
. Cases BOURBON WHISKY.
I ALSO. SOON 10 FOLLOW,.
Ex " Albert ( O'fSwaia,"
VIA CAN FRANCISCO.
Bales large, size scarlet, blue and
white Woolen Blankets.
Cases sup. black and blue Broad
Merino Undershirts, Ladies' and
Gents' Hosiery, etc., etc.
233.1m . IZT (Coraer Fort ami Merchant Streets.
Pilot and Navy Bread!
, . mi: sI l.ilT 4l) NAVY
iiri.,1 .in hand and for sale by the
uuderigned, at the lowest ca-h price. MILLER
3 ' 3m Corner Ficbard and Qn-en street.
THOMAS CI HON,
TV C2 u av i:
Wedding, Viiitiuj; and Business Card, Seal and other en&rav
iior cut to order.
IT Agent in Honolulu, Dr. Smith, Dentist, where prices and
a .'.-.I. mil- Im seen. it-vum
THE I'XDEKSIBXK.l) BEUSi l.t.x r.
t . 1 I V.. .hnn fnrairrlV OTIC I 111 ICO
to state, inav ne nan -..--i
1 by G. Siders, and is ready to execute all order in
. - .7. .
hs line witnneainess aim uo-i-ov... .,.,
P. S. Particular attention paid to "''1
na. Kaahumnnu street.
1 Kna wararobe.
1 hair matirass,
1 walnut sofa, (lartv)
1 do do (small)
1 marble top rwuire table,
1 easy chair, (larpe)
I .lo do ftnull)
walnut chairs, lut!Vd,
I et teaiviys.
1 banploe lamp,
1 estens on table, (walnat),
1 koa side table.
get French Chii
Set iiilt edr tsa do.
Stove a.nl runiitura,
W heelbarmw, books.
m .iniip.ow im'
l itru.l'aearnet.fnearlv new. Picture, etc
The alKiv sale as ailvertiiwl io the Potinnian, ou Saturday.
Nov. 23, is postpoucd until Monday, Nov.
On Wednesday. Nov. 2T, at IO o'cl'k, A.M.
At Sales Uoom, will be atiij an ass. runout oi
MELGHERS & CI
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
Goods, jut receive.1 er Hanoverian briR
5 . , DRY GOODS. ,
. Bales Fancy Trims,
u pink and Yellosr Printl. -. t
" Red and Black Prints,
, Pii'i do ," ;
. Fiaared do.
Victoria Lawn, , ,
Light and dark Blue Flannel
Blue Flannel Shirts,
India Stripe or Dimities,
White and colored Moleskin,
Black Cotton Velvet,
Blue do. do..
Brown and black Linen Thread, ,
Cotton Threnn, wane, onus aou ui , - , . . : -r.
li lies Blanktrta, assonea coiom, irKc mm,
' Common do..
Black Silk Velvet, .: ' .
Pilk and tauo oo., r r . , ,
. .1 . i-....i. . .. '. . . . v . v. a.
Blue and bluck Broadcloth, , . .
Black Bilk Umbrellas, -.,
CLOTHING, SHOES AND IIOSIERT.
Blue and black Cloth PanW,
Taffeta Panta, . 'i : T
M'hlte Drill rant,
StriH-d Cotton Pants,
Boots and Shoe,
Consisting In part of
Ml ved Sennet lTa,
White " '
Brown Braid Hata,
Mixed mi mu .
Hoys' Zouave Hata,
Panama Hata, x
Brown Linen rant a,
In PACKAGES of 200 lhs. EACH,
V. PACKGD BIT K. KUCLI.
rpilIS FAVORITE BRAND, FUUNlSHEb
T' no" already for five year-in suocef sia , alvjays
giving perfect satibfutction. Is agvn offered .to Masters
and AgenU of Ships, the nnderr!gce.i; at a mod
crate pnoe. 4
This beef is taken from the best herd of Cattto aa
the Islands, most carefullpic''1 Liverpool Salt
and packed in Turk's Island Salt, all in sound pack
ages of 200 lbs. each. l ;ii
We respectfully invite the examinstion of Mi W
perior Beef by all who want aSeUatilw1 artlels. eooB
!, il, will h hswtanUdlbv' civics: it a
UCIII. t. La a w u ww 7- r av aw
Voi IJ01T RECCK,
Mm -mm -w
i j t'Corner Fort and Merchant Street
Valuable Ileal Estate
AT AUCTION !
Crockery and Glassware.'
Ewers and basins
Sugar and Butter Bowls,
. . f . ' : , Cat lieeanaers.
Covered vegetable TJishe. Uobs- as.
Cut Ciaret Glasses.
Cu. Sherry Glasses.
I V VIRTUE OF AN ORDER FROM
the Supreme Court, will be sold at public auction
Sslunlaf. November HOlh. 1St. at 12
n.m. at the Sale Koom of J. Coihuni. in H..nolu'u,
the well-known tr-t of land known by the name of LA I E.
- ...i . w.f.w..nv .K.iii. rmm A. r.. ,f (I l.c
.in ivoninnHm, iiiy,wi ' ' i
Uire and kaliUod. awl well l- ed It crazing apd ariail
t iral pnr(..es. Tiie land is leased to cl tenants until 1st or
J ine, iMii, at a vutal of WO pa aiumxu thfe-atknia .JCsring a
ptnA chanrs fw nve i.nvntv - - - -
Terms made known at time of sale. For further particulars
a,.p!yto J. W. Al'STIN, or
11 7 i C KAN A IN ,
Honolulu, Nov. 6, 15J1. Guarliats of W. C. Lunalilo.
Hide,1 ' '
CJoat Skins, x
, , Old Copper and t.
1JCRCHASED AT TIIE 1IIGH1ST MIR
KET 1'KICE, by t
2-3m HAV.tL.i.u s v.v
- Best Rusia Cordage,
V 11 OOIC ACWW. - .
Beat Ecg'.iah boiled Linseed Oil In iron case.
It o..i.t Tlnelr.
Doable hooks and thimble,
Best End rh "White Leas,
Paris and Chrome Green, --
! 1 - 1 1
BENNETT & M'KENNEY,
gjEx7" I Boot Sll0e Makers, sg
'tVS LTOVS' KATIIAIRO.V FOR -4 honaoa St, west .ide, above Hotel St. ! IL
nave I.TDYV KIT IAIHU.V rut.
the Hair, for sale at manut t.-.rer. "- "J
All lrdera entrusted tn os win be attended to with neatness
and dipat . h. ."-0 ly
Prirtinz Paper, Fonbxap and Letter Paper, . i i '
Gdt edited Foolscap r"i.pr. linvrlojies,
ftarnnior Steel Pens. Ie id IVrteil. Port-monnaiea,
Cair Skins, lvnry and Turtl" Jhell C.mibs,
Hair Brushes. Tooth and il Brustiea, ' - f
ilennine LuWu's Kxtract, Hair Mil, fancy Toilet Soap,
Lluen Thread. Water's Spool Cotton,
. . ii . -1 . .. . tw.nA . ... i inifii iiminn.
o;-i i ou.... .
trnirs, Otfich Feathers, F.ngliah IlayiEg Card.
..i... mi i iutki w in sum. luam.
Blue, scarlet an.l frray woolen noirneis,
Superior white Wooit-n Summer l.lnnkets,
llilt fmme.1 Iokinr Gla-ses. Copy Hooks,
Lante Mirrors with marble plate, , . ; . . , ,
Artificial Flowers. WreaUi, C. t
Fiue ltegalia Cir-rs,
T.T-p-EIirOOIj &J TiTl
4c.' c ?. 2S5 lm
Mat Dazs ! Mat Ba !
nu AKOCT 1 OOO KAUAI Millt.
rood substantial Mat Bag, for Sut-ar or Salt . at
. TiiDvrvi'irtTr.R iii.nnn.
impcrteil Bull, for sale, ior further particu-
Ura. apply to ; . p. f. EMEHSOS.
Wauiraa, Oaho, October 24. 161. 2B lm
.' Satinet Pants, t . ; ,
L . .-- Checke.1 Panta, u.
"r LASTING GATTEBF,
s Patent Leather bhcw.
; ' i j 4 " - Calf Brugaua,
Brown Cotton Socks,
Itlue mixed 1 do..
Striped and coloreit do.,
ljidietf-waiM Stock jng , . ; - i
Batcher Ki.lves, assorted,
harp emiies, -
Saw File, - -
Table Knives and Turks',
" ill. Westphalia Ilsms, '
l"' ' Crashed guitar;
--a a iwre Pepper
Holland Gin, in eaaes of 12 bo-.tlea eacb
Alcohol, . . - ; "-
Bas-. fc Co.a Ta Ale, In quart,
II. Marretti Son' do., do.,
H. Heerns do., do., , k - . ;
Barclay k. Pe'rkin' Portef, do.
Genuine Kau de Colofrne,
" Lubin's Extract.
Sill I1 CIIANDLERV. .
Stand ine Kieitlnc. '. t .!''.. i '
-Manila Oordire., ' t ' .
flaw Linseed Oil,
Deck Lights, assorted.
Aat stslrlnetsl Eaglish Crows. Irsa.
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
THE ONLT DEPOT WHERE MKl
BUTTER IS SOLI), vi , f....
Frsvtfi MolnUni Rnffrr!
M m - ' v-v.w.a - - - -
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Rntalarlr receives, ansl riaiatiy iar saie mj
on .... - JrrKVAAwjjuorooeviiateiBi.
s. tm .
j. Ss WAMtEB,
JAV.v vm s. - - - r
1 -HAS tJN IIAXD AND fc'OR ' l'fctP'
AT . LOW,, KAXJESA ?
B BUS. AMERICAN MES3 BEKFe- -111.
bUa. Aaservan Mesa avtef.. faarly svaa.
CaiU'trm m lour cuww vi ..i
New Betlford Tiwllne, . : . - s i I
Anchors and Chain, . J ; e.' a . ' '
ll .ii .lulu Pilot Bread, (warranted)
Nsvy Bread, 1
lints and B-.rley, , '-'....; :!.
Fresh Apple, lo Una, 1
Ha Seed Oil, "
Paraffine Candle, '
Polishinc Varniali, ; ..
t.- . i' . r..u rA
BEST KAUAI FIREWOOD.
QTIOIrCArXr-lf.! ! !
a h ' f
Ex " COMET !"
YORK, AN IN-I
IRECT FROM NEW
Ol- b of tne celebrated
lldiica u wuv9
.vi.. Mniiin ariw-le No hnmbur.
McCOLGAN & CAMrCELL, Tailor
a GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF THESE
A k....nii Um.t adunted for rentlemen" wear. Just
eceivei, and now opened, and for sale by
'284-ltn Hotel Street, opposite the Canton Hotel.
jSEW GOODS ! !
THE BRITISH CLIPPER BARK
Thomas Daiiiel !"
A 1 AT LLOYD S FOR 1 YEARS.
7 M. m-d WZs A r- w --w.
If : . t - sW. i 1 ar .4a.Ml -jf ailalitMi Inf thlB LnVrktt- I
Deluding toe uanai awnuireiiu i1-" .
b i . D.:n,. .n.l Ti.t- l-.iv.l .)m j-r 1 v eTnpctd.
T. . J ANION. GULES & CO.
VN DRILLS-AND SHEETIMiS,
BLEACHED SHEETINGS, Asst. Widths
BLANKETS, all grades and colors,.
PRINTS ic DELAINES, in great variety.
DRESS AND FANQY DRY GOODS.
ALEXANDRE'S Genuine KID GLOVES.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
DAVJS.& JONES1. SHIRTS.
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, &c.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
BRUSSELS AND 3-PLY CARPETS,
; DRUGGETS. , ...
.MATTlNGIlOLLANDS, Hemp Carpets.
ifxHM Y I'Ult, i
Jcwctt's and Comon's Oil Cloths.;
Vnr ai for Cash, or to first cUaa, prompt paying trade, at a
110 and IIS Clay Street. 1
os&Jtm - r-rataic
JDHS THOS, WATBUHOUSB'S
BEE HIVE FOl
A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT
OF " "V ' :
H A WA 1 1 A Jf FX A G
Will be Suspended frora the Front.