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Fr.i.-i Var..rj- J:r.
The I rail in I;iIIiiiviIIca
I:V -UiirWl.-- IVARii.
If I'm tlr;ifc.l I shall r'sijn.
I).-er ly rrt-lnl f.-r the unexrct. J honor thus
t-iti'n in f.ivr of pum n,ori worthv
ivrs.,n. m "l :ty id wh it uils in. Tina's what's
ker.t me ur 1-r.
1 meant. r-.-:iy, I shnll have to r m'-h if I'm
draft,..-! tvywh-re I've I. in irrohJ.0 I mu-t
tijw, fur in-t'Uis. he inro! i in iijiwar-J-. of
difien-nt t .v m. If I'.J k.-pori trav.-Iin' I sh-juIJ
have .vt-ntc. ally fM-iini a Iliia-le, in whieh eu;
I cuM hav I J a lueetin' aii-1 elect. J n,;lf a
Uri;:nlrt.T-inarI juite ui.arimi-s. I ha'fn't n
idea tffTe - many (f m- f ,re. JJut :ri.-l v,
I OiiK-lu-h-.j u, .-t-j eliihitin ; anJ make tracks
My only .Janht'-r threw hcr.- lf onto my
Ixtosum. :iwl .-aiJ, 44 It ii me, fatlier ! I thank
the zAs !"
h'he rea'l-j tfie Is'yr.
' Tip us y ;r hunch of five-, oM faker !" fcaiJ
Arternus, Jr.- He reaIs the Cliuwr.
y wife w; -3 t- the tnvi;i nrcJ
anJ the wimiu fjlk-i was havin'
e. J Knew sne
a r.Jea.-ant time
fjlar.iiirm tl-: f.-mah.-s of the u!hr -iln circle
(which likewise met
that artcriioon, and was
enj 'iyu theirs
Ivs ckally well in
circle,) an, I didn't
I alius lik
tnd for her. i
3Iy t-jwrisuiT) was s.rt o' d.-mi,raliz-.d. There
was a evident- desine to ewade the draft as I
f?sarvtsl with wrrer, and jatriti.-rii wa h..J.w
Par and Mtr, t-. A jew d prit. I hadn't
no sooner hat down on the piazzy of t!ie tavoun
than I saw mx .e ri solitary hodmen ridiu' four
abreast, wvrrdin the way up the tr et.
What's tliem ! Is'it calvary ?"
That," sa d the landlord, 44 is the stae.
Sixt-t-n ahl..-h..dit.nj citizens lias lately !ot the
Btae line 'tween here and S:oothurp. That's
them. They're stae-drivcrs. tirade-drivers is
I KiW that each etae-driver carried a letter in
The mail is heavy, to-day," paid the land
lord. 44 (.'in'rally thy doii't'have more'n half a
dozen letters 'tween Yrn ; To-day th-"ve got
one a j iece ! Kile my lights and liver !"
" And tFe pa.-nors V
There ain't-any skacrly, now days," nai 1 the
landlord, 44 and what few their is, very much
prefer to walk, iUe roids is .so rouh.'
And how is it witl you?" I inquired of the
editor of the Pufjlt-li',rn of Lihrfy, who but
4 I can't so," he shaking Ids h. ad in a
wise way. Oroinarily I should deli-ht t wade
in gore, hut my hlecdin country hids me t-tay at
home. It is imparatiwly n.r-i-ary that 1 remain
here, for the purpus of announrin', from we-k to
week, that mir ii-tr'nunt is alout to tnke riyrnus
measures tit put ,Wn thr rff ion
Iptrolle.1 into the village oyster saloon, where
I found Dr. S-hwaZ'-y a lead in citizen, in a tate
of mind which fchowed that he'd hin histin in
xuore'n his share of piz.-n.
Hello, old heowax!" he Udlered : 44 how's
your grandmams ? When you goin to feed
hat ri the matter with the eminent physi
cian 1 pleasantly mouired.
This," hesa-d : 44 this is what's the matter.
I'm a habitool drunkard ! I'm exempt!"
This is a epeciiiien of how things was goin' in
my place of roid.-nce.
A few was truo blue. The schoolmaster was
among 'em. He greeted me warmly. He said I
was welkim to those shores. He said I had a
masriv mind. It was gratifying he said, to see
- that great intelleek stalkin' in their midst once
more. 1 have. fe!ore had occasion to notice this
Fchoolmaste; . He is evidently a young man of
far more than ord'nary talents. "
The schoolmaster proposed we should git up a
mass uieetin. Th's meet in was largely attend
. ed. We held i; in oen air 'round a roarin
The sclioolmat;r was the first orat-" T
pretty good on the t-jM-uV " l, -Ht 5,noo.
t.:. -mirm wan offertd at auction, the
LUI1J i , .
.ra AMiing off the tidaing t $5,0ou, f hitU .
knocked down t him. , ntViso writes well,
V The whaUsl!ii-.:.TTr;lein seldom marred hy lngram-
iaTneisiiis. lie said this inactivity surprised
him. 44 What do you expect will come of this
kind of Join's? Xinl fit ."
44 Hooray lor Nihil!" I interrupted. 44 Fel
low citizens let's give three cheers for Nihil, the
man who fit."
The schoolmaster turned a little red, but re
peated 44 Xiful tit."
Exactly ," iVaid. 44 Nihil fit. Ho wasn't a
strategy feller." j
4 Our venerable friend," said the schoolmas
ter, emilin' pleasantly, 41 isn't posted in Virgil."
No, I don't know him. Hut if he's a able
bodied man he must stand his little draft."
The schoolmaster wound up in eloquent style
and the. subscrilxr took the stand.
1 eaid the crisis had not only cum itelf, but it
had brought all it's relations. It has cum, I
eaid, with a ev.d.-nt intention of inakin us a
good long visit. It's goin' to t ike olT its things
and stop with us. My wife says so too. This is
a food war. For those who like this war, it's
just such a kind of war as they like. I'll bet ye.
My wife says so too. It the T-d.-raI army suc
ceeds in takin Washington, and they seem to le
advancin that way pretty often, I shall say it is
strategy, and Washington will he safe. And
that noble banner, as it were that banner as it
were will be a emblem, or rather, I should say
that in. bio banner a it u t rc. My wife says so,
too. I gt m.xed up here, but they didn't
notice it. Keep mum. J FelhTcitizens. it will
be a proud day 1 )r this Kepuhlic when Washing
ton is safe, "i iloi'cet-ter, Massehusetts, is safe,
lien. Fremont is there. No danger of (Ilouoes
ter, Massachusetts, as long as (Jen. Fremont's
5 there. And may the day be not far distant when
EuofJ an 8:1 J tlu' s!;l,ll ? ashington. Hut if it is
hiriuext i will lvt.v strategy. Vermont will n
rticle in Sau Frai.cWo ri.TV eomin' home. L' t us
courage th j.I.inters Ure (itucuM is about to be safe. My
thtir patcht .
" -rn of Li'.-rty here
!sh to interrui t the
w . 1. . 1 . ..-Ill
ia I. tra..r. . --i;;fant di?ratch has just
, i .i u- ?
'raiai oiik'c nere.
may ie iaui ie (.-. i-
follows : (!ic'i nl is
crbooud hem-.- J
put tl ncn thi
f l.illil ?lTiTil:lllt 1
movement,- . . cheering. Tha
' And Wasliington will be safe. Snsatioii.
Phiiadeltihia is sat-.. len. Tattorson's in Thila
delphia. T.ut niyi heart M.vds jarticilarjy for
AVaahintoii. Jly wife says so. too.
There's money enough. No trouble nWit
money. They've Ot ti lot of first-el iss hank note
engravers at U'ash.ngton. (which j huv, I re-ret
to eay, ia by no means safe,) who turn out two
or three cords of money a day good money, t..o.
Gcea well. These bank note engravers make
good tvag'-'f. 1 etrcet they lay uji f-rojTty.
They are lull of Tui-m sentiment. Tiiere is con
siderable Union e-ntiment in Virginny, more
especially among tiie honost farmers tf the She
nandoah valley. My wife says so, too.
Then it isn't money that we want. But we do
want men and we must have them. We must
carry a whirlwind of lire among the foe. We
must crush the ungrateful rebels who are pound
jn' the Goddess ot': Liberty over the head with
elungshots, and srabin' her with stolen knives !
"We must lick em quick. We must introduce a
large numbe r of first-cla? funerals among the
people of the Souta. Betsy says so, too.
This war Lain't been too well managed. e
all know that. What then ? We are all in the
Eame boat if the boat goes down, we go down
with her. Hence we must all fight. It ain't no
usa to talk now about -who caused the war
That's played out. ' The war i now upon us
upm us all and we mu.-t fiht. We can't
4i reav.n" th matt-r wit'i the f e r(nly with
st 1 ari l leaJ. Whvii in the hma-J p.j.r- of the
no jriclay fn, a (.kl.l jac kavs h-l.ily atid mali-
Ks t r a "arm t t-iarnj, u-j we
him? I rti' -.- not. Ar.J why
sn" uirh th.re othtr ut!i. rn i
I wlio are
'.' iJ'.u-y, my
tryir; t j kick u'-r ti.e
Wile, -ays e , t' "j.
I have r-at confi.l.'nee in A.
oM fellow's h-art i- in the rilit
I. ink iv. The
J lac, ari-J his
i.-a'i ! clear. it;."Te s fyin f -.iif ji;-t u m s ly
hme of hi? .' utic- civil an l tuilitary let it
la.-.-. Ho Uiiir-t .-ave the Lnion. Ati-1 u..n t 1
us wait t be Irafte'l.
mother, '-r Cud's
trinc to s" trhi h " ?
t- he lrafte.l. The il
5 si'iil '" tit'. rsn
iJ uiir iruaii J arid ! In !iny Jimi
as-a-.-in fr-m li r ti.r iat -Iriv
H-a ! An th.-n, if it is worth
-. Irive the
th.iii int.) the
w hi!.., st-ip arid
arue ahmt who eaus..-d all this in thetir.-t j laee.
You've Ij.-ard tii: hliuwuiiin. You've heard my
Wih', t'j'). Me arid Il.-tsy is I.
I'he m- tin' hroke u with nthuHaMi). "e
shan't draft in JJaldin?vilIe if we can help it.
11 J .Mnil nnl T-I'j; rnphi
Archbishop Hughe?, -f New York, saiJ, lately in
an a'l'Jress : u eriligliterieJ Cathclio can be a
isVcessionist, or adhere to a p-irty whose cardinal
principle is the perpetuation of slavery, without be
coming recreant to his faith, and defying the thun
ders of the Vatican."
The method to he employe! in repairing the leak
of the (ireat Eastern is simple and curious. A large
scow male to fit the bottom of the vessel is to he
sunk beneath. At the sMe of the scow are two shafts
or rnan-holes, which will pas up the .-hiii's si le
above the water. After the scow is sunk and fitted
to the hull beneath the leak, the water will be
purnned cut throiifrh tl e rnan-h. .!, and men aud
material to repair d amnges introduced in its place.
The Charleston Courier discusos the evil of peace.
remarking th it 44 if we permit them to impose upon
us aznin with their fiNe prife-sicns, the Yankees
wnl do us infinitely preater injury after the w:r has
terminate ! than they can do us while the conflict is
pe-in on." If would appear from this in connection
with other statements ari l the proceedings in the re
bel Congress, that there is a string party in the reUd
(rovernment asking f.-r permission to return to their
allegiance, as hundreds of thousands of 44 poor white
A L.w.c.f. Incomk. It is rs.timated by those cogni
sant ill the leailing facts bearing on the case that un-
iler the preent internal revenue law the income of
the L S. Government will he ?:00.000,00 a year.
an l the t iriit on our imports is yielding .80,000,0')O.
Supp(ime cur entire war debt, when peace comes, to
be .?'10f)9.000,00 it can be paid off in some seven or
eig'it years, if nee 1 tie, a fhec-.t of the Government
in peace will not exceed 100,00,009 per annum.
(iKoruiK tHANcrs on th f. RiMPtnE. Go. F Train
lately rr.ale a speech in Hoston, in which hp said
A. f . . 1 I . 1 .1 i f .
i uuei pui j..wn mis reneiiion though it run
rivers of Lh.od. Tfie Union must b miinf.iined
He (Mr. Train) could see peace ahead. It would
come from Itichmr.nl in sixty days. He was the
self appointed emb:isad.r of America in England,
and he would be no less thin that here to exterminate
abolitionism. He had d ire 1 to be an American in
England, and he ha 1 dared to be one in Faneuil Hall.
All he wanted wa9 to make white men as good as
4 niggers. and thus stem the torrent of abolitionism.
Having finished his Iaborshere, he was goiriff to
Richmond to arrange fr a peace settlement. That
accomplished, and the nation once more prosperous,
united and happy, he should take 10,000 Irishmen
over to Ireland and liberate that oppressed land."
The Richmond Eramintr of the 1st siys : 44 Tn
conversation with a number ,rf farmers from the val
ley recently, we were frequently asked the question
whether the Government intended to redeem its cir
culation, and inference being drawn from the un
necessary expenditure that Confederate money was
only being used for the present exigency, and that
final repudiation would ensue from the extravagance
viiiiiiisMnit-ii onicers. it is evi
dent that Mobile, Charleston, and prohahlj Savannah
will soon he assiia-d by the naval and land forces of
LiiiCi.ln's ('vernnicnt. The less of these cities
wouldn't touch the viral strength of the South, jet it
would produce suffering and humiliation which no
sacrifice would be too great to prevent.'
A Growl hom Isfrmida. A nermn 'a
published ir v,0nt4..-.-... tviinson, 17 days from
' " i-uet Pun1, rith l-J.'JOl ft r-uyh .iml '.A.'i ft
ilr.-si-,l lumber- 15.1;Vi it white l-ine. 15 M :.
1,1 M ".'"i'.iV 'llalVt iA papers nf the 11th inst..
with three Luiteii hiates war vesseH. Hie AJiin
ral arrived on the i!oth September, lircct from New
Yolk, in f.ur days, and remained in port about five
d iy$, in defiance of the Queen's pruclarnatiou, allow
ing only twenty-fours, stay." Iu conclusion, the
letter pays :
It would seem that Wilke9 had a double object in
view in coming to IJeruiuda. First, to insult the
authorities, for he must have known in what a de
fenceless Mate we were in, and, secondly, to capture
or destroy the vessels iu port, six steamers that are
engage!, either directly or indirectly, in the trade
with the rebel port?, and to destroy all the powder,
of which there id said to be a large quantity stored
on one of the small islands in Castle Harbor. The
Admiral and one of his steamers had gone out of
tight from the land, but the other one, having coaled
and repaired, is cruising ouNide of St. George. Com
plaints are also made that British vessels are occa
sionally brought to by Federal guns, while entering
the harbor of St. George.
for the Rfiuls. The rebel
chasing and having constructed in i.arepe many
frteamers, some of them iron clad, some of them to be
used as rams, and all for war purposes or to run the
blockade. Ihe Greenock (Scotland) .7 Irertiser says
they purchased the Clyde steamer Iiu'.y, on the Con
dition that she makes sixteen mile- an hour with l'JO
tuns dead weight (perhaps they desire to m ike her
an iron clad,) and on her trip she made eighteen
miles. They also purchased the Ionu, a Scottish
coa-ting steamer, and had her la leu with stores,
wlit u she vci run into by the Ch i niiclc r, cut
almojt in two and went down in 150 feet water.
How Mb. Lincoln took the F.mctiox New.
Senator WiLon of Mass ichusetts, in a speech at
Cambridgeport, Mass , ma le the following statement :
The other day I called upon the President with an
earnest Douglas Democrat of Massachusecta. The
tiews had just come to the President t f the defeats of
his supporters in those States, and the President
seemed bowed down, as I have seen him bowed down,
when intelligence of the defeat of our ranks in the
field came upon him, anl he sail : I confess that
I am grieved at the result of these elections. This
intelligence will go to Kurope; it will be construed
there as a condemnation of the war; it will go into
the land of the rebellion, and will encourage the
leading rebels and nerve the arms of the rebel soldiers
fighting our iiicd in the field. It is true," said the
President, many of these men elected profess to be
wir Democrats; but the resolutions of their conven
tions, the tone of their leading presses and their
general action, will be Construed everywhere against
the cause of our country."
Constantly on Xlniitl-
FKOM MALI AM) KAUAI,
Ik. on the rr'"iiiie of the unnerstie.l, and tor sale by
34 -n?u vos HOLT .t 11EI CK
Tue Rite or Confirmation Aiministeked to
4,0oo Solmkrs. Archbishop Hughes adminis
tered the rite of Confirmation on loth October to
the s.i!divrs of the Corcoran Legion, at Camp
S.-.-tt, tat-n Idand. He was agisted by ten
clergymen, who had been in daily attendance at
the camp since the loth. The occasion was one
ot the utmo.-t solemnity, and of very deep inter
est, not only to the 4 WO volunteers of ;i,c Legion,
but to a very large a.-s-emblage of citizens who
repaired to the camp to witness the ceremonies.
lJefore the sacrament was administered, the Arch
bishop delivered an address ujn spiritual sub
jects. He said to the soldiers that when they
had jut themselves right in the sight of Cod,
they would be prepared to discharge their duty
in the shock of battle to their country, as brave
and gallant men. A bad man could scarcely be
a brave man in the hour of danger. There was
but one sacrament that might not be within their
reach. The sacrament of extreme unction
which conferred spiritual life upon the dying
man. Even this might be given ; but if it were
not, they should still rely on tiie grace of Clod.
The address was listened to with deep attention.
Many of the soldiers had already received the
rite, and, of course, it was not again conferred
on then). Seven of the eight regiments of the
Legion were largely represented in the camp,
and some of them were nearly or quiti full.
One or two of the regiments were expected soon
to take their deiarture for the seat of" war. Cien.
Corcoran was present with some of his stall and
was heartily received.
F.DIIll (illOlIIll 'HEED STORE !
ODD FELLOWS HALL!
4 CIIOICK IXVOICK OF IIOMK MADE
Jm. I'KhsMU Ks, jut up iu stone jars, coiiMStiuff of the
l'lil:li4. in t frnlt orwl tttj
Sweet :ok!...I ,eac1i.-a "
Sweet l-ickle.l eiirs, and
Swirt oickli-tl (itliljL'es in A l'hI. i.n
Quince jelly, in 1 jrall. j.,rs.
1'ium jelly, in t j:irs,
lllackbcrry rt'erve in qt j.irp,
l!ostou 9ii:tr cureil li.-ims.
Kills No. 1 mackerel,
l:.t(Hj crnhei sup-rir.
New iirie? AiIes,
uu.ily lork in i 4- lMs.
.1.m. Chlfish, ire, &c.
a ciioicf: assortment of
S V V i: It I O It 31 A I. A C A It A I S I NS !
Shelled AIiiioihIs !
FRESH BAKED PEANUTS ON HAND
EVERY DAY !
For sale by
At tJi Confectionery Store, Xuunnu St., one Uoor I .clow Kintr.
A superior assortment of
ir menu mi n
iiiidjiioiiidiJi ri L
Some of the best brands of
what localities it tduillj confined, daiii
lllEra iD SMOKIVG
HAVANA AND MANILA
Fur Sale l.y
At t!ie Confectionery Store, Xuuunu St., iJt door below King.
V .7 VMf
',7 ,'?t Mil
i s q
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
JUST RECEIVED !
CASTLE k C
.... COXsIiTINtJ IX l'ART OF
W AlllF.S' II ATS triiiimril (iikI uiitriiiiuiedt
"- Fancy lace tr:ruminj:9
Fancy velvet trituraiiigs
Fancy brltinp Crochet needles
1'imity ban. Is Kanry t'alnnere trimmings
Kaches Mack and white Fancy niuo.ns
IVarl ou-.tons Calico l uttt iia
Hooks and ey-s on tape licit duckks
Fancy calico triuiti;ingi Yarn
A I SO
Pare-e p hes
Flaid and fancy wool dress goods
r.:t!:ii' r,il skirts
Oru-andy and French Jaconet muslins
Wool j.laiJ lr children's wear
Fiain anl dotted white muslir.s
Stella and jlaiJ wc.d cjuare shawls
(icr.l's lieavy trave'.ir.g shanU
A tine assortni"Lt r f
Lij"Ht lfii'li Oiilicoe.-i-
A small but select invoice f
LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
At a I.F.S.S PRICF. than can be imported f:r.
F S PRATT & fjS
Inijorlirs aud Wholesale Dealers
S, SPIRITS k )U IHIIOIIS,
S A I.K
iu tiieir hue, in:j-. ir'.e 1 K-r l!.-
a:it 1,1 i-.i-; t all. viz. :
S;!i casks I'invt. C;i--;.i: 'ii Co. lir&tniv,
jr. l. Riviere lirand v,
li'.ls. " ttivi,-re" Whij.k-.-v."
Casts IJ. !hi';d"s in ,aj,
H iskets Holland's isn. in st .ne juc5.
Sli casks Il illand's tli-i,
uO'J 1.1,1-. 4 d,.z. each. JaTr. v's Tale Ale, i
ts. an.l f.ts.,
-'"J 1mZ. uiunce. '. ,v Co.'s I
rt.-r, in ir.ts.
lrat in.iii a I-.ind .ii St
loo t-iiS'S t hatni'itmie Cider.
6o baskets Jacqu-s..n tiis, ;u.d '-G. C
I'.O cas. s, 1 d'.z. etch, Krowu Sl.errv.
. S." Chanij B-:if,
lir. caks br.nrn Siivrry,
Cas.s Claret "St. Kst. J !te,"
l'ui.c!iri :i Jamaica Hum.
Casts "J. Seiner's " H.tters,
" F-.k- rs' li :t rs.
Catawba ine Hitters,
4i Fare l..n:(.ri Syrnj.,
u ass-.rted Svruj.s,
" Cherry Cordial,
' California White and lied Wine?.
And a complete HMturtment of articKs in their line.
Are constantly r-ceivinc additi-.tis. to their stock from the best
articles in the San Frinrc:oo Market.
For Sale to Arrive !
An invoice of
O 1 " J-
Kxjvcted i?r ship
' 33 2VX IET T-A. :
From London dirtct, in cases and casks.
Cunstaiitly on hand ; 5(J bai:s. !?U lbs. each, i.f new crop
IT Tarticular attention jiai.l to the putting up tf orders for
shipping, and u.Kjds put on board !uty free.
Honolulu, Oct. a35-3m
icw iknnls New Woods
Am! other Laic Arrivals.
Messrs. Grinbaum & Co.
IIAVK .VOW OX SILK AT TI1KIK Of.l)
a Sl'A.N'U, ill .Makee's ltlock, the most superior and varied
assoi tu.elit of
READY mUZ CLOTHING !
Imported expressly for the FALL
TllAPK, consisting of every
Cloth, Cassimere and thin Coats,
Doeskin, Cass. 3c Summer Pants,
White, Fig'd Satin At other Vests,
Hats &l Caps, in great variety,
Boots and Shoes.
And the best assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
Kver imported in this market, which they will sell
V1; Pi'ices ii Iosis;iialle
As similar Goods can be procuied at any other house in
This stork has all heen selected by our Mr. KKYMAX, who
has just returned from the Kast, anil whose well known discrim
ination in s.-l.-ctiiij; for thi market, is a sure puarantee that all
can find any and every article they may desire.
Xy Masters n, OHicers of Ships will do well to give us a call
before purchasing elsew here.
THE ISLAND TRADE
Supplied on the most Heaso?iaLlc Terms!
IIEME1) EVGLISII IHOTv il!llV!
A COMPLETE ASS'
SHEET IRON. HOOP IRON.
BEST CHARCOAL TIXPLATES.
Sheet Lead. Sheet Zinc.
At prices to defy competition. For sale at
MKLCHKKS A: Co.'s.
(J re en
A small lo of best
Roman and Portland Cement !
For sale reasonably ut
MLIXIIKHS r Co.'s.
Bass & Co.'s Tale Ale,
J. C. Marzctti & Son's Tale Ale,
II. Dectjen's Pale Ale,
Superior Hock Wine,
" Bordeaux Wine,
14 Sherry in quarts and pints,
' Port Wine in quarts and pints,
" Cherry Cordial,
HOLLANDS GIN Key Brand.
In square bottles
ALCOHOL, 9 5 p. ct.,
,hns of 5 pals. each.
MLLL1IEKS & Co.'s.
For sale at
A SMALL AssOKTMKNT OF
Mil II 1 A
I. IJ'llllLill'J V
111 new fashionable stjle, just opened and for sale at
:-2m MKLCHKKS Co '3.
Hit A Sit FOR
9 the under
75 UbN. Hawaiian IJeef,
Warranted, Tacked and Cured in Turk's Island Salt.
334-3m CH AS. UK KWKR. 2n
i-.mf:hsm; xki having
.-T-X le:iJ.-.l the I'.ttent 1 and heavinir d .n
V i VT!- wharves f r a t-rtn f tiv- vears from tbe iov-
tnni.eiit, is v.'.i-x prepared to exe-i:te every kind of slip work
and ireiieral repairs of vessels at lower rates than in any other
p rt i.f th- l'.icifio.
A larjie and well s-Vcted aorttneiit r,f Muntz metal, ;par3,
c.itiva-1, corl.iL'- and every otV-r iit-c-s.-ary f r repairs on ship-pi::i-,
Con.-tantly on h 1:1 1 and f ir saie on ink-rat trru.s.
Toe I'atent rlip can tak- up a vr...-I i.f alut ooo t- i.s unload
ed, or one. of fr.m jOO to JjO t'.ns V, a 1-1. Th- eradie is aU.ut
110 l-et Ions, takitiL' easily a v---s-l of about 160 fe t in length.
The heavmtr bwn harv-.-s ar- respectively 2u4 and 0T feet
lone, and have been built a- to h j.
v- don two lar-e sh
at a time. (sari.edj
Tahiti, June "0, 1S62.
F THI' SOFTIIF.UN STAT KS, COLOR.
ed. can be l.a 1 at the Bookstore of the undersigned
rrii'e OO. the war news cannot 1 perused intelligi
bly without a pool Map at hand to refer to. aad this is one of
the most correct. F"or sale fcy
H. M. tVHITNF.Y.
HALLOA TIME, MISTER !
What are you doing" ? you had
better unload, or you will
.break your back !
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- , Y'
No, sir, I have been down to
GEO. C. SIDERS'
Stove and Tin Shop !
MIKRK THFVSKLLTIIK 15F.ST AND
eh-apesi l't.VK in the eitv. and I am Ik:uii.1 to hare
one, beMdes, he keeps everything in the Tinware line,
Japann-1 Cash I?i es,
Fressed Mill pans,
Fressed Cake pans,
Uritannia tea and coffee pots, Sheet Zinc,
Sheet Ual, Lead Pipe,
Itussia Galvanized, and l!irish Sheet Iron,
Children's Haths, Tin Toys of all kinds.
And all kinds of p.vds usu iily kept in his line of business, all of
which he will sell LXTKKMKLY LOW FoUCAH or approved
credit. Tin Ware 'f every description made of the l-est materi
als, atnl Job Work executed in the most workmanlike manner.
Funicular attention paid to r.V A.D ZIMC ROOt'lXli.
Among the stock of Cook Stoves, lie would call particular at
tention to the CRYSTAL T ALACK and l)lAMO.D ROCK,
as being two f the best stoves now in use, fitted up in a superior
manner, and warranted to give satisfaction. For a cheaper
article, he keeps the OCh:A. PREMIUM STOCK, and he
will add to his stuck, as the trade may require.
All those in want of anything in this tine would do well to
call and examine his pothls for themselves, before purchasing
elsewhere, as he tlot-s not intend to be " hkat," either in I'kick
or woi'.km an'miip.
341-3m CEO. '. SIDKKS.
ILtROK FI11K PROOF SAFE.
Two small Kile proof Safes.
One Iron Moiiev t'hest.
For sale at (::io-:5m) MELCHEKS Jfc Co.'s.
Uelian Wrought Iron J
TAII.S AM) SFIKKS, 2 1-2 ti INCH,
A." French nails, 1 11 inch,
Sheet zinc, ."tiT2 inch,
.lust Receive 1 per "Thames," and for sale at
ooo--Ji!i MELCHEUS 4-CO.'S.
YrHISKV. in lO pillion Uvzh,
COG X A C in 10 and IS gallon kegs,
JA.M AIL' A Kl'M, in 5 and 10 gallon keg,
1A L.K A L.K Bass 4- Co.'s, in quarts,
J. C. Marz. tii & Son's, in quarts,
11. I'eetjen's, in quarts,
A IC'O II O L, 'JO per cent., in demijohns.
For sale at
335-3in MELCHKIIS & CO'S.
7" II A I.I (i CRAFT AM) GEAR.
r Coopers' To ils,
Tarred and Manila Cordage.
Hunting I'owder, in k and 1 lb. tins.
Linseed Oil, in llcmijohns.
For sale at (o35-oin) MELCHERS if Co.'s.
SSilis of jExcImiigfe
OX SAX FRAXtlSCO,
A "l J x V '
For sale in sums to suit purchasers.
10WEST MARKET BATES.
Til.: FOLLOWING ASSORTMKXT OF
M 33 3TL G II ANDISE s
KMP AXO MANILA CORDAKK,
Cutting t ails.
Kalliii a.ll iM-izmg UlI,
Hone Yarn, CuttiiiL' in Btocks,
I'atent :md Hushed Blocks, assorted,
Minciiiir Machines Try Work Gear,
Try Fots. Cimli-rs,
tiis Irons, Lances.
Copper Humps, Shiuves,
I'.rnnd's Whalimr (!ui: and Lances, O
Ship and P.oat Ci.'inpasses,
Signal an 1 lt.iat Lanterns,
Ships lo a 1 and Tank Humps,
Larue an. I small Force Humps.
Topsails. T. G. Sails, RoyaN, Spanker, tays.iil,
Two inc'j Lower and Topmast Ripitip, nearly new,
Chain CaMei, " i hike and Kin Chains,
Head Straps.. Hoop Iron,
Coop-is Riv.-ts, Hammer arid Irivers,
Coopers" ,v Carpenters' Tools, One new Whale Boat,
Anvils. Cul.in TaMe,
Hooks a'io ThitnMes, Can and Boat Hooks.
Jili Hanks, Composition Nails,
Riin Screws, Boat Grapnels. 3o5-3tn
A FKV It AI.KS I O ARKIVK PKIt ItA-
2 ni.'tJA." For sale, l.y
;i.ia-3ni C. B :WER if CO.
fK IT KXOWX A X I M A I K MANIFEST
Mm to all whom it may concern, that after thisIate,
s iamh ir ; r i cro-ix
will ! the only le.-al currency in money transactions with the
(i jveruuieiit of this place
F. LA CORTE,
Guam. April l'J. 328-G:n GoveriK.r.
STEAEV1ERS FOR SALE!
f,yf, T II K i X I K K S I r; X K l II AS
t4- t s.-v.-r.-il NEW and riCON D-II A N 1 IRON
Ui . 'ft hX and W. )..! I'A 11'LK and SCREW STEAM-ZrS-,
tits UN SALE.
Price of N'eur Steamers, iail-p owe, -.1 an l clase.l A 1 of
Lloyd's, S.11 His. St.-riiii per to i re;,' ster, and complete for sea.
Orders i'jr res promptly .shipped.
R. SoRTOX HARRY,
21 Camomile Street, London, England.
FIELD & RICE,
No. 01 I V. A II L STIUIKT,
BARMM W. HELD.
WILLIAM B. RICE.
CORDAfiE OF EVERY SIZK MAXl'FAC
TL'REli to order. Coi.stantlv on hand, a lar'e assort
ment of MA.IL.i A.D HUMP ROPE, (all sizes.) Kale
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, fcc, for gale hy
TERMS fr Co.,
311-ly 139 Front Street, San Francisco.
fEDDIXR. VISITING AND BUSINESS
Cards, Sea'.3 and other engraving cut to order.
XT Agent in Honolulu, Dr. SMITH, Dentist, where prices and
Specimen Cards may Le seen. 319-tini
F. SNOW I
NEW GOODS !
C. BREWER & GO.
OFFER FOll SALE !
OF THE AMERICAX SHIP
RAD UGA !"
III KDITT, MASTKK,
CONSISTING IN TAUT AS FOLLOWS :
AI.KS 1IFRLA PS.
Hales Aiuos-k-ag lienuiK,
lial-s MancheMer lenims,
11 ales Tick inp.
Hales llrort ii Prillinp,
Hales lirown Shirting,.
Hales Shirting Slripe,
Cases Illue I'ottons.
Hales of Haps,
Cotton I Hick, assorted izes,
800 H.lles. ll.v.p Iron, assorted inzen.
Assortment of liar aud round Flat Iron,
Iron wire, galvanised.
Cut Nails, nsorted.
Clinch Nails, assorted,
Yellow Metal Sheathing nd Nails,
-t tj II I.F. HltLS. Fimlrrii Cruxhrd. Ex
1 W "KAUL'UA." lor sale by
C. BREWER & Co.
Ccmeiit ! Kaolin ! Pipe Clay !
JgjX "RADICA"-for Mle by
C. BREWER & Co.
TM1K ITXDKItSICXKn AVOFI.D CALL
. attention to their supply by the
25,000 14-gal. Shooks with Leads complete,
Of Eastern Fine, superior to any other quality ever offered to . .
this market. For sale at low rates.
339-3iu c. BREWER & Co. . ;
U'jckini; Chairs, cane seat.
Rockmt! ( hairs, hair cloth,
For sale by
3C9-3m C BREWER k CO.
fflO AKKIVK I'EIl RADUBA" A FEW
M. more of those favorites, inexpensive, reliable and inditpen
sihle, loulle thread " SEWING MACHINES"
For sale hy (33 3m) C. BREWER If CO.
I e v " 11 A I II A"
SIIOIITIA' EXPECTED FROM ROSTOV
direct, a jrood assortment SOLAR LAMPS selected ex
pressly for this market,
l'ttlm Leaf Hats,
1 case superior 7'OF.V A Mi FAXCY ARTICLES
For sale, l.y C. BREWER & CO.
Doors ! S.isli ! ISIinds !
A SELECT COXSIGXMEXT DIRECT
from a favoi i:e inanufactory, aud consequently for sale
reasonably. (aoo-otu) C. BREWER, if CO
11ARRF.I. SHOOKS AND KEG SHOOKS
MM At low rates if delivered from the wharf, to arrive per
"jR API 'G A." For sale l.y
oin C. BREWER t CO
Sugar and Molasses!
From the riant.itlon of J. MAKER,
CROP OF 1SS.
For sale Ly (321-Ctn) C. BREWER & CO
800 Iii!s. Hoop Iron,
30 " Sheet "
A full asHortmont of Car Iron.
C. BREWER & Co.
Spades ! Shovels ! Crowbars!
1UST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE Bl'
C. BREWER k Co.
I.rC liRLS. REST CIDER VINEGAR
4.9 t or sale hy
C. BREWER if Co.
I2X LATH AKISIVAIiS
From Europe and the Eastern Stales, :
LARGE INVOICES OF '
Toys, I "in iey Goods,
Baskets, Wooden and Willow Ware, ;
Children's Carriages, Hobby Horses, ' ''
Ac, 4c, &c, &c.
All of which are offered to the trade very low, by the CM' .
TIirRATER & ZINS'S ;
Nos. 3.0 and 322 Battery Street, ' ....
Between Comm. and Clay St., San Francisco.
I. F. ITOX
8 GRIK'ITTS MOHGAS.
C. 8. B1T111WAT.
M0RC2AX, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francises ,
T. S. Hathaway Esq Bedfcra
Messrs. T. & A. R. Nye,....
Swift & I'erry, York. ; v. . '
Grinnell Minturn A; Co., ew j. " ;.
John M. Forbes Esq., fk&X-'i-cH
Messrs. Ferkins &l Smith, 0ula. -
Ianiel C. Waterman FIsq... 320-ly . ' ' '". ''