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(Corinue-1 frotn Utt wk.)
The chores wero all rl-n anJ the chudfn put
to bd. Th; farru'-r .it in eaj-chuir, which
was tilted back against the uven-d ooT, ari l I.--d
th jictur of 1.(jui-Iv cuOifort, with his J-g
crossed t Uzi'v, hi" arms fjI.i-.-d ej cuilv, and
his pip; of cf.tj" -t o i-nulj r.cwc-r his lije.
Ilia w ile pat in her lw rut k r, with the i:ur:J
drawn clex.iv tn Lr, though the Maze lr.rn the
rmkry Ere rendered the hzl-t the car. die til-nio.-t
unnece?v-iiry. 11-r knittm-w.-rk lav liJe
the bnutlers readj to take up, ui n a the I.i-t
titch wa.- set in the Ion,; patch'-r wi:h whieli i-.'.e
wn overinj; the hui-- in th- kn-- of JifiiM.ie'd
trowser. The era lie et.jol rear r-y.so cl.-?e that
her foot tiuchrd it lightly if the b.ihy tirred.
The tire cruckl-.-d and Mazed"; the farmer
ed and Beeiued in thought; the Lariii-.-r'a wife
sewed, and she r. s-e::i.-d in tli iiiht.
By and hy, he hun the mended truv.:r .n
the fvut uf the cradle, s.iyin :i- she did :
There, I hojr it's the la?t time I'll have thein .
t patch." Tiien she t.k up the double nikt-n j
lie was knitting for her hustemd. arid .her Cn-rs .
fiew an though hi- hand were hare, though if ,
the truth be told, he had two pairs yet in the
tockiri-hi, be-id"o thoe h" yet carri'-d in h i-
pxkets. Uut frhe wai a thrifty wife, and always ;
ahead with her knitting.
I'm yui: g't that in jney, father, j
she eaii after a while. lie did n.t au-wtr her, .
but puSed away at the old rip.
Presently the j-jke again. .Shall vjii be
U9in the team t-in rruw, father?"
Why, mother?" j
Ilecause, 1 thought if you wasn't, I'd Lav
you drive me up to the store. Now we've -t .
the money, we may as well get our cl .th- fir-t
fc3 last, and have them cut, arid then when I g t '
a minute's time I can be making them. It'll j
take me nearly ull winter, any way. I don't j
appose Grey's got hi winter stock yet, but we i
cain buy twenty or thirty dollars' worth out of !
what he's on hand."
Mr. Smith did wt reply at once. He smoked :
out hia liie, knocked out the uh-, and laid it '
on the sh-If. He set his chair forward on its
four leg, drew off his Units, and hinted his feet
on the front round, un 1 then putting an elb ,w
on each knee, he re-'ed his face on his hand. It
was his usual attitu Je when he wa going to taik
serioucly. and his wife's heart began to rise in
What would you have done, wife, supposing
I hadn't got that m .-ny ?" he said, after clear
ing his throat with sundry hems and haws.
Why, I'd had to g t along without it, I
uppxpe," she answered, rather curtly. ' but the
dear knows how, though, for I've twiat-d and
turned every w hich way the lat year. We're
every one of us nearly naked lor clothes every
thing we've got is ready to drop to pieces. Hut
what mak'-s yuu a-k cuch a question ?"
Because," sj-eaking very tlowly, I've beni
thinking that if we could jMssib!y make our old
clothes do this winter yet, I'd, take that money
and u-e it for something else."
But I thought you'd said, over and over
again, that if you ever got that hundred dollars
you'd sj-end every cent of it for clothe?, and so
gtl a start iigain."
S I have, mother, so I have, but well, I'll
just tell you what started me to thinking we'd
IThap better use it wine other way. Jut as I
got off this morning, 1 found one of old Ned's
hoes was loose, so I went r-und to the Smith's to
have it fixed. Well, it was i-rettv early, von
know, and they hadn't much fire yet, and the I
hop was ojen and cold, so I thought I'd run into j
Johnson's and warm me a bit. They were jit !
itting down to breakfast "
How is Miss Johnson, father? I have never
een her tince her baby was Urn, and it mtiet be
over three weeks old now. Dear me, how time
flies ! It's too bad, too, when I thought bo much
She's poorly, nuther thin as a. June shad
and white as a ghost, and the puniest baby you
ever set eyes on. But as I was saying, th-y was
jist sitting down to breakfast, and what do you
think they had rye griddle-cakes and milk
Nt meat or potatoes?"
Not the Err-t mouthful, nor any coffee, nor
any tea, but catnip "
Yes, mother, catnip! You've cat your
breakfast, I reckon, says he, as he drew up his
chair. If he hadn't.' says she, he wouldn't
relish ours much, and then she turned her head
away, but I saw her wije her eyes with her
Poor thing! but, father, I always thought
Johnson was a good provider."
" So he is, mother, so he is; but just wait till
1 tell you. It's hard fare,' says he, as he took
up a cake; 4I didn't think once I could have
etood it t i have g ne without meat or potatoes,
or butter or coflee. for breakfast, but these hard
times play the dence with a fellow's earnings.'
But I ttiought you was doing pretty well now,'
says I. Well, so I am, says he. I turn
away work every week, but the trouble is, no one
has any thing to pay with ; it all goes on t the
book. Well, I tell you. mother, that made me
feel rather uncomfortable, for I couldn't help
thinking of the hundred dollars I owed hiiu."
Yes, but he agreed to wait a year when you
pok of getting the wag -n made, you know,
and he's g t your note fr it, and it's bringing ;
him interest ull the time.'
I know if. mother, but well, when I g -t '
ready to g . he went out with me. and says h :
'I've been thinking aUut coming over to see
about that note, neighbor Smith. I tell you,
we're pretty hard up ju.-t now. We an't had a .
poonlul of tea or tvjlee, or a bit of meat or
wheat-bread in the home, since th- baby was a
week old, and we hae to let all the butter go
that-we make n w, to pay old branny Boone lor
taking care of Mary a fortnight. She ought to
have had help a month, fr she's mighty thin this
tali, but we were t o poor.' But can't you gt I
trusted at the st re? says I. Yes. I can, but I
nwe firey fifty dollars now, and I hate to a-k
Litn to Jet tiie bill run any longer, f r I kn. w
he's in a tight place, t-o; and then I owe the
butcher ten dollars and th-- doctor t n. and I
signed ten fr the mitd-tcr, and 1 know they all
want it. I fit re ; all ti.e .!--f I owe in tl.e Wi.rl J,
and a Lun lrt-l dIUr w ul l make ne p.jiiare.
joi set", ami ive me a lit:!-? tart, t -. an 1 I've
fcen intuikiri i: m coui-l tav t::at
t av t!:at no:-.? n w.
I'd thr w off iat- r--t y-, and t-n d
ars .f the
n .v js w.irtn m- -r
tfian a tmn :reJ ur.T u will r.e.xt -
i " ...
Hill, i ijia i.i.a ju-i i."v ji wa- now w? .1 tii-
culatcd jut that in: cloth-s and -i, fi lik'. hut
lie looked s-jrrjwfijl that I told him I'd freak
to you arjut it, and if yoti tfuuht we c- ul j :
aljn; till ffrir. with tr.e oi l clothes, w-.y. I'd
take up th'j note now. What do y,u .jy,
Mrs. Smith did n ,t anwr. She had dropped
her mitten and was liking dreamily intj t!ie
We Bhould be out of d-ht then, you know,"
a.iid tho farmer, after a while, " and" that would
be such a comfort. We've had a rretty hard
tuj?el with the world, setting a'.l thvM ziTZ-'Z'
raid ctf. I reckon it'll be many a 1 on day
(fjre the ell f:irru gas eaillei
one, but father, th-.ugh a mighty Iiard working
tcan, was alwnya loo ea?y with "fjlks ; l.-i never
would tay e ." .
Still hia wife dM not speak. .Shy wai think
ing of the man j, many thin;? she had 'lotted
so" on buvin; with that hundred d.larsl
The clock struck nine. " B-.-d-ticie," said the
farmer, giving hiuiIf a p; od shake before the
fire. and I'm ready fjr it, too, for I'm about
tired out. II. re, mother," taking out his pockct
bxik and Lanlin; it to her, "you take care of
thi ; it' mighty preciou just now, .nd mind
nu, mother, l"jiat as you think bft. Ifyon'te
' really set your heart on p-Ti iirig it for clothes,
why, take'it and buy 'e:n. Bat if, after think
' ir'it all over, you nd you can tjanae any f&j
to make our t !i ones "do, why but do jirt aa
! Jou're a mind to. I d .n't care a coj rtr, as far
as I'm o mc-rn-nJ. cnlv I hate to ti.ii.it vt .Miss
J jf.ns-m drinking catnip-t'.u and
we owing her
.j d I, father."
Mrs. Smith's vjioe was
and it was onlv alter she
hu.-ky as- she spoke,
had swallowed hard
two or three times, that she was able tJ add :
" I'll think it ail over, father, bdoie 1 gJ to
sle'-p, and see what can be d.'iie.''
:.e did s. L-ng after her husband's eyes
were cl.'V.d in sound ."dumber, he lay wide awake
b-iide him, devising, calculating, aiid wandering.
"If i: wa-n't for his arid Jimmie's bo "H, and
.Sudan's and my eh-its, I do N.-Iw ve 1 v u i man
age after all, but I can't make v r boots and
shoes. Well, well, I'll go to sleep, now j-r-haprt
1 can think i f s- nie way in the m -riiing to
get them. Poor Marv Johiiroii drinking cat-
nip-tea, ami living on rye-cates, ana Ler ra:.y
onlv tnree weeKS oiJ, it isn i ngru, ana i;ien
she said her prayers, oh .' how fervently '. and
dropped off into a sleep, sweet and sound.
Her nurning wurk was light the next day, for
; she had washed and scrubbed and baked and
j churned on Monday, that in case her husband
got his money she could get an early start to the
! store. By the time the children were off to
school and the baby had settled himself for his
morning nap, she was at liberty to commence her
rummaging. She went tir-t to the " south room"
parlor, city folks would have call-d it, but she
; was country bred, and satisfied with the same
i quaint name her husband's mother had given it
when the houae was built. Ojx-ning the drawer
: of the bureau, she commenced taking out her
husband's shirts and looking them over carefully.
: 44 Well, I declare, she said to herself, as she re
placed the.ni, they an't worn so bad as I thought;
; if I put a new bos..m and collars and wristbands
: on two, they'll be nearly as good as new, the
muslin isn't worn any, hardly, and the other two
I will bear mending some time yet. The one be
wore yesterday is whole, and pretty strong t o ;
that's live, and the sixth he's never hud on yet,
; for I've always made it a rule to keep one out of
i every set all new and nice, in case any thing
i should happen." She sighed a she spoke, lor
! well she knew what that "any thing" meant.
4 Yes, I gue3 1 can ke"p them on another
' year, or till spring at any rate, for he dn't often
j wear white shirts in winter, and its t lucky I
made tip so much flannel last year. He didn't
i want me to. but I seemed possess, d to do it. If
i I hadn't, I don't know what would have become
j of us now, with having to sell all our wool this
summer to pay off that hist mortgage. Thank
fortune it's paid too, and the old place is safe."
and then she took out the Sunday vest und neok
; handkerchief. 4' Weil, they don't look so dread
' ful bad, after all ; 1 guess it I iron this out nice,
I can fold it so as tj hide the old creases, and
: then it'll do almost as. well as new, and I can put
; r.ew buttons on the vest, and bind it over, and it
j will latquitea sj ll ;" and she closed the bureau
. and went to the 44 north room," where behind a
j sheet hung her own and husband's best clothes,
j They're pretty thin," examining the pants,
j 44 r rerty thin, but then if I make him a new jiir
out of that piece of full cloth that was left over
last winter, why, he won't need to wear these
1 only on Sundays, and he can take tlem off as
Boon as he comes from meeting, and that'll save
them a good deal," and she hung them up and
took down the Coat. 44 It's most threadbare in
Fpots, I declare, but then he can wear his every
day one under his overcoat this w inter, and if he
keeps tfiat buttoned up close, why, no one will
be the wiser. I did hope, thoug'h, to have got
him a new coat this fall, but well, this must do
Pome way. They cost so much," and she replaced
it and took down his overcoat. She shook her
head as she examined it, but presently her eves
brightened, she had remembered that there were
pieces enough left to put on a new collar and
new cuffs, " ani that, with new buttons and new
binding, will make it look quite rest -eel able. As
for bis cap, be must slip that into his pocket
when he goes into meeting ; it'll do well enough
elsewhere. Now I must look at mine." and she
pj read out on the bed a purple merino dress, a
cloak ol brown Circassian, and a black alpaca
skirt and basque. 44 If they only hadn't been
turned once oh ! I've ju-t thought, I'll dye the
merino and the cloak, dip the alpaca, and then,
when I've made 'em all over nice, they'll do as
well as new." And she bung them up. and took
dow n a band-box. 44 1 was in hopes to have had
a new bonnet, and had this made over fr Susan,
but I guess it'll do tin's winter. Poor Sue, she'll
be so disappointed about the red dress ; she's lot
ted on it so much. There. I've just thought
w hat I'll do ; I'll take that delaine I've had for
a good dress these three summer, and die it
crimson. There'll be enough of it to make the
baby one, too, and th-? cape'll make each of them
a hood. Susan will think just as much of it, if
it's only red, and I'll buy lier a belt some time,
when I have a little butter-money. And that
linsey of mine, that I was going to take for a
etticoat, will make her a good everv-day dress,
and hers that she wore last w inter will do for the
baby ; so they're fixed out. No. there's her
cloak. Oh .' I'll dye her old one when I'm about
my clothes, and that'll make it as good as new
in her eyes. Now f r Jimmie. Let me see ; I
do believe there'll be enough of that full cloth
to make him a Sunday air, and I'll cut over
Some of his father's old ores that I have betn
saving for a new Carpet, f r every day wear.
And there's those old coats of his gran lja's,
which I never could bear to think of ripping up.
they'll make him all he needs this winter, if I
cut them over ; so he's fixed, all but Ids cap ; but
then caj s ;ir cheap now, and 111 save in groce
ries some way, and t him one at the- store with
my but'er-m ney. Now if it wasn't f t the boots
an 1 shoes. I do wi-.ii I ha 1 something to s-U
that would bring money en ug;i t get them.
And I have I have there's th- . feathers ; I
did one- think I iuer would let them g . but I
will i7.7.'" she repeated, emt h i.-izing the
air-tin, unJ b
and thin she wont itit tin- kitclin
;in to 2v roiiriJ to g--t an t-arly
l iri to u"?
fiti.-r?" she a-ko-J.
team this aftcrn.)on,
the farmer ehyvvi La-.k
Lis t!iair fr.r:i t!it. tab!.
N-. I pi-rs not ; wiiv ?'
Wl x, TJ liko t ami ?:t with Mi.st J-jhn-e
- n. a f.itlitr ami. fathor, vm mav t.ike
up t!.at n
r.i v iiiin i
:, wluie w' re t!i re. 1 ve ma le up
t 121 ike wlat ct .tiios we'w p.t i1 ,
iw or i.:ii'T.
II. -re's, the nioii.'V,"" ar; 1 si;e
r uj !it t:.e t--c -o
from the " s-.uth r
I've rut in two d .llar:
that I'd Saved Up out i-f
' f r the inter-!-:, why, I
t:iv l-ut'tr-UiOnev, an 1 a-r-ck
n v .u ran il ui
the wa-n vit:i s-me
thin -s fiat'l".
as jenj a oa-h t thei'.i. I've
d a j air ..f ehiek-.r.s. and will
kilie-i ar.'i irs.
pu: up a I oat : tresn l r-ai :-.nj a i . r two.
1 af uf frvsh .r.
and a rail i.f ar J !e--au ee. "
T.'s.tt's riht. mother ; and I'll load up with
a:-j les an 1 irden rjs in i Mich like, that they
have to huy. I f.-- l if 1 cuu!d ive aw.iy ha'ff
I own, to think I'm z-'ir-Z t In; uut of'deh:.
You c-.-t r-.-aly as Cjui-k as you can and I'll har
r.'xi up in a jiiTy."
(Ta Jc c.uc'a!e.-l i-xt we?'.'.
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I.:ite rorei". Hems
Krota New Ot'".er, ccthir.g irci'.
I'rra Ci Tci n. thre if rt-port t!".t the r-hr!s were
rr-pr;rv M :;k cur jr.h -u : iid.vrt: in wiih te hevtv
artue 1 rorr Ifirr.rr. an.l :.o il-cu: 5 0O0ir.-;i n.tcr.i
c t:i:U lon u:i'!rr t.-.e ever cf r. to .J a:tj.vk. ila
gru Icr is in c i:.tr.ar: l of the rrln-; lt.re.
It : s-itc l jv'i:""'y that th Tm;Jent has ct forward aa
cr irr .I r-cl.t; that uf tlie Ci.:KieuineJ I:nm:Kta lujians,
I:.f -rnrf.--ti ha t- rn r- vi'r.l thit s'x j ;-e'.j In the T'r.inn
.- zy ' V.ik r.triAC rt-r- fr-ten to dtr:'i cn l.'e i:ik!.t it the
:.';- la the c-jt.vAircei.t Caiap, iicr A.cucJr.a, srvrn Civd
Irin t!:c ejects of c-.i l.
I: : a-.-.--i tl..: thf entire r-el f rce in the s'.'r.ar
Icy n.Ti"U::t to but J.jO. There Are tr;-r:i 6.0O-J ar
.c :iI .-ua.l-M refxria in the tciwmfrt m nw.ink to ?tua-
t -n. Tt.;s rrt-W f.jrce aj undoubted y ief; iu the uey to j re
vent ar:y r. 1 to j ar AiV.g tnr-n.
The Nivy Ie;artcie:.t have a.lvioes of the capture of thr-e
f.-h-s-:;rrs :: the 61 ;i.st., ly the l';:!tol slates sien.ers Ijcy
di ar. I Mount f'fnon, n hile ::ni.ptir. to run the I'luk
a.e . f W :;::i::.-'.OQ.
The I'andtrlitt iii'.e 1 aa'n Pec. in search of th pirate
A'nlami i he Navy lepartmcnt i- said to have rec-rivrj re-l:a!-;e
i::fi-ram:n.-c as to , T nht.rvalj.iutJ.
t'f to the 6th Si.Vcmbrr, the l:st of vessels caj-tur-J ff
W::ui:r-.-rteii, N. C, and the H-ij -ir.in c--a:. since Is: ft. ptctu
I'er. shvirs a ti't.i! of vc-jt-is, which 6 were seiit Mort.i al
j rii-s. Ihe vihers were chased ash-re arid dstn k.
Last i.iirht I'ec. 14. f jur hundred rel.l cavalry made a dash
into iVivuilt, Maryland, where cniy twenty-hve t'eiieras
were ta'.i"!ied. Atter a hn-f hut iletert:, tried s:ru;ie, and
nn y wf.t-n the huii !iij? in which the Fe ier.iM were qu tru-rej,
was on r.re. our n.eii surrendered. The re!i 1.-st two killed
and h.td Jl wounded.
f-jrtr. -s Morip-e advices "f Pec. 5, ann--ur.ee the snilirg cf a
fi-et of s. verl trai!spirt and two iru:i-e!ads, w ith Sealed orders.
l'estin.tti :i ui:.un.
The pirate Alabama wa? a'. Mart:r.iqie on the 17:h Novera-l-er.
T::e Kederal cun'-ret Am Jannto arrived thre the .Uie
aitern-Kin. and t:ndin' the Atalmina there, wei.t uutsi le to wa.t
f r her. T.he next rucht the Alatimua. eca;-ed. she was fur
nished witii a pilot by the I'ren. h authorities, and it is sut-. sed
was pii- t.-.l cut through a channel m,kn- w:i : the Han J:ictr.lo.
feu.t:i--s. the c-.inma;. 1-T f the Altib jm.j, cia;iin t. have ca;
tured and (turned Zi vessels. He a;s h- astcd of having btcO
at one tiine with;ri To n.iles of sandy Hu k.
A dispatch fr-.m head';uarters of the Army of the P- tnmnc
uf the Tth says : The weather is intensively coM. Sx.ine of the
tro- pi have su red Severely for want of hlatltets.
I'fBLiC opinio! ours Socth The Richmond Eraminrr
ay the pr-parati-itu of the L'nite-d Stales to U'juk'ate the
SSjuth. are now truiy nig tntic. l:i the Kast, W et.n.d North,
on land and water, every where on ad sides, the uiovetnnts of
the Federal army and fieets indicate z-al, hope, fanaticism,
Mi 1 a desperate aT.d.ty. that i-hould hanish from every 5-juth-ern-r's
ui'.nd ad thought of an early peace, and nerve every
l-.yal Couthrru hand t.,r hattle, in which there w.li he no quarter.
N rtheru Nu'ii. a :s ak-.tin overrun. Ricliinon l. I'eterrjurir,
Wvidoa, Chari'-ston and M ibne are ouce m..re threatened.
TrX.is, UTidefcnded. lies hi .pelvis, hieedir.i:, iu the power i f the
enemy, Htid f- rcesare ein concentrate i in M;-S"uri and Kaii
s ti f- r the invasion .f Arans ts. Couirr. an:i--at;.-n t.etweeu the
W est and Richmond is met a- 1 a: Ch-ntain-o-a and Knoxulle.
Tli .M:sisiipi R v.-r and its triS-utaries ar-j br.aiiiug w ith gua
bvate, f -r operations as t!ie C--ws tO.ue.
A la ly. who cair.e over th-.-river on Saturday, u.ider a flaj
of truce, r. pr- - i.ts the conditioii f the relio-1 army as ill a des
titute c ii-.hiiou tor .-p-rtitioiis ciuriiijr the winter. Unite one
third of their army is without ph-:!i. Th- y are l ard at work on
the er.trei;.;hiiiens m-t ith-taiiiii .i s.aroity of chihii:r and
ir sUo.-'i- r.t food ; and rejr'itient after regiment ure sent to the
hospital. Many of the c:t:-r. of t re-lerickshur.: are encmped
Iwn -f the city, and dare i.ot return f- r fear of l-eimr shelled
fr-'tn th.-ir h-iuses. The r-!ei Camp hreS have almost entirely j
di.ippe ir--l inir-.iediite'y in front. At 'aiiuouth, three inchel i
of .no f- il on Srttur.lay nl,:ht. j
Nt'w Y.-KK. p.c. I'". Tho' Waahinston corr-.-rpou lent f the !
Vommrrciil Aiitrlirr of the lSlh says, if our army is
crowned with victory In-f.ie Fredericksburg, it will injure the
app- intmeut . f Jude Holt a u.-ce-.r t- Secretary smith. I"it j
shoul-1 any mishap ntcur. it may leal to a reconstruction of the
l aiiin-1 an-l rrc.ui of McCielian to command. Air- a ly we have !
I-t.uiati.ns and run-.-rs cn the nutj-ct, hut l.ke everyihin j
e!e, t.ne war liew s is to decide. In the mean while, almost j
every one is excited with feverish iu. patience. j
The great free labor demonstratien lie! 1 at Denu- ;
fort a few 0:13-3 since, wis creating a profoun 1 sensa- !
tion. Tliroutiout the litate there were orirariizations
of these kimls, and in various districts they were
cniisting 1 irge niirnbeis of adherents. Information
receive I at lie:idquirters discloses the fact that a !
powerful reaciio:: against the war is rrogi essing in
the interior. Letters fiom all classes i f people iudi- ',
cate that the universal prayer ia for pi-ace. j
LOI'KV I IIP Ihl? A Tho e-r.iol-f ir,n r.f f PT -i
portinu it southern Kt-ntucicv, lmg tn-twoen
the Cumberland and
lriilewater rivers, ci iitiinies
un-st deplnruble. The district embraces Crittenden,
Ciildwt-Ii, Lyon, and Twigg coiiiitii-s. Geuri!I:i-rob-bers
have undisputed sway. The country 1. being
stripped by these Fouudreli. Numbers of ?.ni..n
eitztna have been driven fm:ri their huint. Their
ln.uses are watched by armed assassins, to dip se of
them whenever they return. All laws are se' it
defiance by these gangs of rubbers.
AVl.VCi . FEW COPIES OK IIOIK !.
ti- writ on ihe " SAN!W ICH IS LAN Is. 01. ha- 1 he
Dtiritietta, will sell to arrive. Kariy apilic.tion nec-i:tr;-
JOHN THOMAS WATKRIIOrsE.
AT J. T.
And ivi'd he d'..ose. of at fair rates.
Wholesale and Retail,
Cae Men's Grain I!.ot,
Ciue? Men's Ca'.f IhKits,
Casei Men, Women's and Children's B.vjU & Shoes,
Am k ) I'.ine Cotton,
B.iles lirewn Cottons.
Bales Amoke.ijc T'ei,im,
Ca' Axe, IK-j A: 0..',
Superior Kerosene Oil.
CiK-l Ker.-sene Lamps, a'1 descriptions.
Cases Card M it. he.
Mheelh arrows, f I a. dearth,
Puck. t. Tuh,
lla!f Barrels Bi'ton Cr-.l-hed I.o,f Siiu-ar,
&c, ic, &c, Sec, Sec, kc, xc.t Sa
'ic. cvC, &.c, &c, ic, 'c, ic, &c
MO. T. WiTEIIIIIIli:.
Ex "Young Hector."
A VKKV sri'ERIOR ASSOIITMKXT OF
REDWOOD LUMBER !
Clear Rough Board?, 1 in.,
Tonued & Grooved Boards, 1 in.,
" Surface Boards,
iiojgh BoarJs and Shingles.
or sale at the LOWEST Market rates
S. H. DOWSETT.
1 II I. K. llltl. Ei.l-rti Criuhrd,
M. wr KAM UA." f i ..- ' y
Zy)-2m C. l:1KWKr. rn
f cnient ! Kaolin ! Pipe (lav !
JX "RAOI GA" for nlr by
c-;-2ra C. BUEWER Jt Co.
I" X T E R S I (i X E I
n :l.v:r sjj j 'y tr the
ith h?a Is comp'cte,
f Ea:-. rn rir:-, iyKr:--r t- r.:.y
. v.i .r--;. F -r sale at !-w r..:fi
q-liiit.v vcr rfT- r-1 ::i
C. BREWER Co.
Slioolis ! Slioolis !
I A Kit K.I. SNOOKS AXD KEG SH00KS.
At rate if .ieiiv. rl fr-.m the w.horf, to arrive r-er
'ADL'ii A." ra!chy
' "i ''. BREWER & CO
NEW GOODS !
BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE!
OF TIIE AMERICAN SHIP
CONSISTING IN PART AS FOLLOWS
AI.KS BURU PS.
Uales Am.--ke.iij I'e;:itr.f.
IUIe Mancheter I'enixs.
r..t!es Itrowti Pr''lin?,
Ita'e Hn.wn Shimnp,
Rale-j Phirtirp Stripe,
Cases liiue Cotton.
Bah- of Hairv
Cott.in Iuck, aArted ilies,
?"! Hd-e. Il-vip Iron. airt.l t-s.
A-i. r-n.ent i f liar aud roand Fli.: Iron,
H- ir In n.
Iruu wire. ga!var.is'd,
Ciinth Nails, assorted,
Yeiiow Metal Sheathing and Nail,
11. k. Trir.t,
l:r- llri. K.
Ti je CIa.
8 mi dries.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Si rKKIOU MALAGA JtAISINS!
Shelled Almonds !
FRESH BAKED PEANUTS ON HAND
Eri"hT DAT !
Ft r sale h y
At the Confect;on'-ry store, Nuuana St.. one do"r helow King.
A superior assortment of
iitmsiiiini PIPES !
Some of the best brands of
fllElMG A.II SMOKIAG TOD.K.fO,
HAVANA and MANILA
Fcr Sale hy
At the Conff
i ti n.-ry Store, Nuuanu St.. nnedoor below King.
t c v It A J 17 ti A'
SHORTLY KXPKCTF.n FROM liOSTOV
d r-ct. a p.vd assortment SOLAR LAMPS selected ex
jiressly for this maik- t,
I'alra Leaf Hats,
A is. i.
1 cae superior TOYS A X li i-'J VCF" ARTICLES
F r s:!e, l-y 3-';3-3) C. IfliKW Kit .S; CO.
I1EFIEII El.l!Sil llillW. :
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
SHEET IRON. HOOP IRON.
BEST CHARCOAL TI.NTLATES.
Sheet Lead. SUvvt Zinc.
A: - ric-
.ni petition. F--r .i'.e at
MKLCUKK? 4: C
A ma:! l-,t r.f het
Roman and Portland Cement !
reason abl v at
M LLC II EK 3 ir Co.'b.
Bnss .V Co.'s Tale Ale,
J. C. .Marz-?tti & Sen's Pale Ale,
H. Deetjen's Tale Ale,
Superior Hock Wine,
' Bordeaux Wir.e,
" Sherry in quarts and pints,
I'ort Wine in quarts and pint,
HOLLANDS GIN Key Brand.
ALCOHOL, 95 p. ct.,
I:i l-mij..hr.t of 5 ga!. each.
F-.-r j". MELCHER; A CV.'s.
A SMALL A.-.-0RTMENT OF
Ia nw fHh;or,I? 'y.
lust opened und for Si!e at
MELCHERS it C-y.'t
TO THE LADIES.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
JUST RECEIVED !
CASTLE k COOKE!
.... CONSISTING IN" PART OK
T ABIES' IIATS-iriuuurJ aud uuiriniuird,
Fancy lace trim-nings
Fancy velvet trimmings
Fancy belting Croch-t need lei
L'imity hand Fancy C'ahmere trimming!
Kuche hlacV and white Fancy buttons
lVarl natt .n Calico huttom
Hock and eyes on tape Belt huckiei
Fancy calico trimmings Yarn
Ba-eje ri hes
Plaid and fancy wool dress K'xJ
Organdy and French Jacnnet muslins
Wc.l plaids f-.r chiidrcn's wear
Plain and do-tod white nju.!ir.3
r-teila an-l ilaid woo! square (.hawls
W hite fiamiel
G'-nl'i heavy travelini; shawls
A fine aj?ortmtnt of
Iiglit imtl ilfii'lc On liooo.-s.
A small hut Select invoice of
LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
At a LESS PRICE than can he imported for.
What are you doing" ? you had
better unload, or you will
break your back I
No, sir, I have been down to
CEO. C. SIDERS'
Stove and Tin Shop !
YK'tirTIIKV SKI.L THK HKST AND
T T c!i-.fi SI'oVks m tde city, an i I am u-i-l to bave
on--, t-t-.-.idis, l.c kf-y rvt-rvtiiim; ia the Tiniire liu,
C nistirg of
Japann--.? Cash Boxs, ?j.:co B x.
l.ittion. Tea Ca:in:ster,
Crlir L'.ir.irstr, Nuw l.anij ,
1'r-s-cl Milk jin, Tr.-1 Ca'? rans,
l'.i::y Par., Vrre.l a?rihi.rls,
l(ri:ani:ia t-a an 1 ? ffee ft ts, J-!i-t Zinc,
Iie-L-al. Ix-a 1 I'ip,
K-.i?ia alv:i:::tr 1. ar?.! Knc'ih i-tif-t Iron,
Chi! !r- n'?. H,i:hi, Tin T y f .-iM kimls.
An-l all I.inil! ..f -Js mu illy kpt in liis iin- i f hufincM, all of
which 1-- 1! KXTKhMKLY LOW KoP. " A?H or apj.r-.ve-1
crc.l't. i';-i War..- --f t-v.-ry .'. scription nii-l - i f the Lest materi
al. .ii:.l J.. W..rk ex--.-ut-.-.J in tl.- nn: w.-rkman: e in ir.i.-r.
l'ank-u'.ar a::..-i.:i -:i pai.l lo 7 7.V AXD ZI.S'C HOOFIXG.
Am-ii'i: t),e st.K-k t f ".' Stov-s, he w..ui.l call particular at-tenti-in
t i lir.- Cli ." - VAL PALACE an 1 DIAVOSll HOCK,
I't-ii t of tlie b-t ?t-v- s ii in u-, f.-.te-l u; inasujrior
nianii- r, ani warrar.t-! ,,-iv-? sa:istac::..n. f'.-r a chap.r
article, h e-pi tS-j OCEAX PREMIUM STOf 'E, an 1 he
wiil a-i I t his st-o', a- t,e ta.!e may re'juire.
All tr-se in want oi at.yt.:ii,' in this line r.oul.l -li wnl to
call ati-1 ...uiine 1.: ;- 1 f r t;.cin.-!ve, Iw-f'.re y archating
ti-t-!-.cr. a- h-- .ir.rs n- t i::tt:i-l to be " ttAl," -ilher in rRlCB
rr woi.K isi-:p.
S-ll-Sm fiKO. ('.SIDERS.
F. S. PRATT & CO.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
WIVES. SI'IIHTS k MALT LHHOIIS,
OFFER FOR SW.E THE FOLLOWING
a'-.rttnnt ' f m--r--' -a:i-i .-- in th-ir l::i-. :tn.rte.l tor the
h -i. - R.v;. 1-
Ch-s II- .: 1:. i
l!a ' II J-.-.
::n t-' - 4 ,i -7.
'J'W -1 t. V..,:r
Iru-::. ir.'s 1 :.
100 i t ;.::
.e j i'-
- P- r
r, ;i. p.
i'l :s .Li u 1.
."0 1 ,i. 1 . -v h. Lr-
.i- - ( -.tr-t - M. Kr'oi-f -."
I'u.'.-.f.eot.s .I-i.-.iai -1 Unrn.
Ca-s " J. -iti-r' " llf.t-.-r.
H k- r?' I'.;?:-r.
( i--- 1 a. W I'. :: -..
I'ur- I-n on !-yr .;,
" r:--'! Svruj-i,
" Ch-rry C'.rii.ii,
C:.: rr.: !..:e an.l T.-l Wiu-s,
I' ,r: N nr.
:il a Cou.pi.-te -t.,rtir.nt t i'ticl 1 in thir line.
-it-tSy r-ceivir,- a '..'..!i. r.. to tro ir tcit from the U-st
rtic!v tfi- jft. Frmicisco Market.
For Sale to Arrive! A
An invoice of
ALSOP'S . V .
Ev;-c:--.i jr ship
33 .A. TVX IETTA : "
From L..r..5or. .iir-.tt, :n cai ar.-l ea'ks.
C-jrntri.t!y o i Land : 60 t-a--. 0 ft.n. each, cf tew crop
XT Particular a:teri-:-.:i paid to the putting up cf orders for
b ppinif. and pool put n;i l.ard duty fre-. k
Honolulu. ct. lOJ. 3,i6-3iu
lP ' ' " " " "
d. c. m '. . j.c.miiii
AGENTS OK TIIE
Regvlar Dispatch Line of Honolulu Facltts.
XT AU frripht arriving In transitu for the ?an!ich ItUndi,
ili Le recrivr.l unj forarieJ ty the Kcjruiar lmj.tch Llr.,
fhfi or C01K!.!'i.
Particular attention paid to f .rwar.line and tranrhlpoent c4
mrrt?hnnl-.e, iale of whalemen'! t illa. anJ other eichape, ia
turance of merchandise and upecie under ota pcllcie , auppj
nff whalehip. chartering h:-a, etc. .
117 ani 119 California street,
RKFIB TO :
Captain B F. Sw, 1
Mer. C IiRKWEH ir Cj., Honolulu.
a cairriTTs noicix.
C. S. BlTHlWil.
S. r. (TOXB.
MORCi.lX, STOXE k CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Cal.
T. S. ITathawaT Ksq
Messrs. T. A. K. Nye,
Swift & IVrry
" Grinnell Mm turn A Co.,..
Jahn M. FortH-s K.
Messrs. I'ertins & Smith
I'aniil C. Waurman Ks..
. . lltn,
. . New London,
FIELD & RICE,
No. CI PEARL STKKE1V
BAR SUM W. F1KLD. WILLIAM B. RICE.
CO RD.(G E O F E V E RV SI 7. E M . N I FA Cm
Tl'RKU to i-r.lrr- Cntatitlv 4.n htid, a lar:e a.rt
ment f MAXILA A. Mi UEMP ROPE, (all an-?,) Bal
K;', Tovr Line, Oakum, ,vc., for sale ly
Sl-l-ly 1C9 Front Street, San Francisco.
A. F. BROWN,
ITU m I T 11 n
" Wostenholm's " Pocket Cutlery.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
A.n A G EX ERA L ASSORTMEXT.
FANCY GOODS !
Constantly on hand and in receipt by every racket.
30S It ATTER V STREET, Snia Francix.
STEAMERS FOR SALE!
.THE XDEKSlfi X E I HAS
several NEW and sKCON D-1I A N I) IKON
and W.iOO I'AOliLE and M'lttW riTEAM
KKS ON SALE.
Price of New Steamers, iall-powere-1 and classed A I of
Lloyd's, .li 10s. Sterlinif ht ton register, and complete lor e.
Orders for More promptly shipped.
U. SORTON PARRV,
21 Camomile i-lreet, London, England.
ly eow. 319
THE U.VDEKSIGXEll HAVING
leased the I'ntent Slip and hestviu down giKi
wharves f-.r a term of rive years from the Gov. .n n "Tfi
ernuient, is now pretnreil to execute every kind of klip work
and :ener:tl repairs of vessel at lower rate than in any ether
port of the Pacific.
A larpe and well s. lecte-I anr?mer.t of Munri metal, spnrs,
canvass, c-r-laire and every other necessary f-.r repairs on ship
ping, cntitant!y on hand and f- r (-ale on m-Mlerat- terms.
Tde Patent r-iip c-tn l.tkf up a v-ss-rl .-fa'-out 60O t.i.s unload
e.1. or one f fr-.ni 00 to .Sj tons I--a-led. The cradle 1 alf ut
110 f.-et lor.(f. Hkii:; e:ii!y a v.-Sfel of about 160 feet 13 l-ncth.
The heavn-. di.-wn harves are r.-sjw -ctively aiid ivT feet
lonr. and have been I Uiit as to heave down two larpe shipa
at a time. (S: fined) .Lni A H. Mill NO k.H.
Tahiti. June 30, 1562. SJ-oiu
IT KXOW.V AXI MADE MANIFEST
to all whom it may concern, that nf:-T this date.
1 -v r i s; i f ci o r i c o 1 r
will be the on'.v lecal currency in mony traoactina with the
Governciet.t cf this place
F. LA CORTE,
Guam. April 13. lf?o2. "2-6m Governor.
IjAROE FIRE lROOF
Two mall Eire pr-f safes.
One Iron M nev Ch.-t.
For sale at
MF.LCIIEaS & Co.'..
Belgian Wroughi Iron!
VAILS AN'I SPIKES, 2 l-2-(i IXCIJ,
i. w t reiicri n;i, : i
i-h'-H rinc, CI'".'
.1 ut Keceive 1 per
and for 'e at
MKLCIIEU3 4 CO.
YTHISKV. iit IO pillion lit-tf..
C'OUXAC, in 10 and IS k-iUoii keps,
JAMAICA IU .M, in 5 and 10 gallon kef,
PA IE ALE-Ha?s Co '. in quarts,
J. C. M.,rz- t'.i A Sun's, in quarts,
II. I'et-tj-ii's, in quarts,
A I.C'O II O I. 9-5 per cent , in d--nr.j-.hti.
For a- at
o35-3ra ' M ELCIIK.it 3 & C0'.
rilAI.I Vf; CRAFT AM) (iEAK.
Tarr- 1 ar.-l M-m'. Cr.rlu'.
II ui.t.rir pi.wd. r, in at.d 1 !b. tint. t
Lii.---.-d ml, in l.-rii.j"h!iS.
a!.--at f.J i-oin) MELCI1EU3 If Co.'b.
Door ! S.isli ! ICIiikN !
4 SELECT COXMKXMEXT DIRECT
m. fr-'rn a fv .i i;- m:iiii.r:o"; -ry, ui..l c-in-,ju-n:lv f--r h:f
reiiaonat.iy. (:j:J-.iiii; " C. HKKWtit 4-CO
Sugar and Molasses !
Fn.rn the Plantation r.f J. MAKEK,
For sa!? l y (3Jl--'..n) C. EREWER & CO
500 B JIs. Honp Iron.
30 Sheet "
A full assortment of Bar Iron.
C. BREWER 4 Co.
Spades! Shovels! Crowbars!
' I'ST RECEIVED
AXD FOR SALE II V
C. BREWER & Co.
BULS. B EST CIDER VINEGAR,
For siile I y
C. BREWER 4 Co.
Mid Rockini? -'hsir, cane s-'.at.
U.xrkiii? Chairs, Lair cloth,
For tale by
C. UKEWEK i CO.
mi nm mm
if f "1