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IIKXKV M. W1I1TNEV.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, l-JiBRUAitY IS!3.
VCII. VII. No. M.
V JMH,E .No. 350.
II II II II a
The 7Vi7"iie Waihington corrtpon Jence says
African foMiera will be employed to garrison forts
LeluW ew Urlem. an J on the coa-t.
Tbe BermuJims continue to be excessively dis
trusted with the close attention pall by Admiral
Wilkes's little fleet to their deu of blockade-breaking
retel helpers, lney equina ao-l fccold, but cannot
At an evidence of the efficiency of the blockade, it
i Mated, that five hundred and forty-three vessels
Lave been seized, worth, with their cargoes, frty
millions of dvllru.
John Van Unren'a Ooper Insf.tuture speech is
havinj a great ran through the South. All the
rebel papers copy it from the Kichmond Jtiipaleh
with words of conimeiid.itiun, aud the Southern
editors regard I'riice John" us altogether one of
The R'chmond pnrers contain a despatch from
Chir!cston, ann.uijC:rig th:U a very lare ttearuer,
freighted fr the Confederate Hratcs CJuvemtueut,
bad arrive I safely yesterday, at a Southern port,
biingitig a heavy stock of fches, blanket", and au
iti) mt use quantity of cloth aud other supplies.
The number of invalid soldiers in the various hos
pitals in this city is variously estimated at from
fcfteeu to tw enty-6ve thousand. The Government
has lately finished several hospitals, and Some of the
churches iu the city which have been occupied for
several months, have been surrendered to their
Cuogrtgatiuns. Ifuthiutou pajxr.
Alex. II. Stephens, the rebel Vice-President, has a
plan for breaking the blockade, which is for the
(Jovernment to buy the cotton crop. And then pledge
it to pay fur iron-clad btearuers able to coy with
anything in the world, which are to be u?ed for
breaking the blockade and opening one or more of
the cotton ports.
A shocking abortion case has just been revealed in
New York. A betrayed girl, of good family, after
horrible suffering from the hands of an abortionist,
was taken from her death bed, given some gin,
hurried into a carriage, and pushed into her father's
Urawing-ruum, where she fell exhausted, and was
eoon a corpse, lbe doctor ami narve are unler
urre-t, and the police are on the track of the seducer.
MoNr:it Ibojc Claus. The U. S. Navy department
invite proposals for the construction of one or more
iron-cla l oca steamers, to be built entirely of iron,
t. be of about 7,301) tons burthen. The Great
Eastern is the only vessel, either afloat or building,
exceeding this. The largest iron-clad vessels of
h'urope are tbe .ichilles, 6,070 tons, and the Agin
court, C,o21 tons.
Won't !Ir.rc.r. A London surgeon was paid
S3,tH fir declaring that (Jaribaldt hod do bullet
in hi-f woun l. An eminent French surgeon, how
, ever, soon after found a bullet there, and the Loa
dotier is uow called upon to refund the fee which
he declines to do.
Lauob ix Ikm.xi The New Orleans correspond
ent of a Ujston paper, has the following in a late
We are in a fair way to learn whether white
lalor cau be successfully used upon plantations.
Negroes are getting scarce in the country, and the
planters are in town hiring white men to get out
their crops, and at such prices as to seriously embar
rass recruiiixig for the 21 Louisiana.
Coral at the Faralloxks. Coral was discovered
a few days eince on the Farallones by a party con
nected with the Coast Survey. The color is red, and
the branches rather coarse in form and size. It was
in the progress of formation, for the coral animals
inside were still alive. Live coral is, we believe, not
found so far north iu any other part of the world
by 500 miles. Similar coral has been found in Mon
terey Bay. S. F. Paper.
The Buston Journal learns from authentic sources
that on the 10th of November flour was 20 per
barrel at Charleston; corn, S'J.uO per bushel; pota
toes, 54 per bushel; colfee, S'J 75 per pound; butter,
SI per pound; yellow s:ip, !?l 55 to jrl G5 per
pound; children's shoes, 55 to 50; ladies boots,
510; common calico, 52 per yard; salt. 51G per
bushel; poor oak wood, 5'2- F r cord ; gents panta
loons, 5SJ. The salt was sold at auction wholesale
The Pbixtino Bcinfs is New York. The late
census returns of manufacturing etaMi hments in
New York reveals the astonishing fact that more
capital 'i5 employed in carrying on the printing trade
than iu any other busii-ess, the amount being over
53,5,00) ! Over G.000 persons are employe' 1 in
printin;, and the various establishments uee up
aUut 55W,0. worth of raw material, irk, paper,
etc., per annum, producing over S1 1 1 ,OtX),000 worth
of boks. papers, etc.
Col. Luin. ruith, the famous "bill poster" of
Il'itlalo, having accumulate 1 a tolerable fortune by
habits of strict attention to business, temperance,
ic., has recently ojeiied a bankinc house in Butlalo,
and is doing a flourishing business. He is an evi
dence of what may be accomplished by resolute and
indomitable energy, combined with integrity aud
New Orleans advices give glowing accounts of the
Union demonstration on the lith Nov. It Consisted
of a long procrs-ion, in which th Union clubs joined,
nr.d a grand merting at the St. Charles Theatre,
provided over by J. A. Ilmer. anJ fifty vice presi
dents. Speeches were made aud resolutions adopted
fcuslaibing the administration and Union, and
expressing a desire for the openin; of the Mississippi
river, and indorsing the rule of lieu. Butler. The
procession several times gave cheers for Abraham
Capt. Accors Barns of New London, President cf
the Bink of Commerce, die I at his residence ISth
Nov. In connection with lieu. Williams of Norwich
l.e founded the well-knowu bu.-iue-s house of
tVii;iatu & Barns, from which he retired some time
fcince. and was succeeded by his sons, Wm. II. and
('has. Barns, who now compose the firm in connec
tion with Henry IL Bond, form.-rly of this city, the
successor of lien. Williams and his son, the late
Thomas W. Williams, '2 1.
Save tocb Raos. There is great excitement just
now among printers, editors ana publishers about ,
tht increase iu the price of paper. There is indeed j
cause for it- One-half of tbe newspapers in the
country must stop if the present high prices continue.
The whole dit5cuity might be avoided if more care
was taken to save and collect cott a rags. More
rags are wasted annually than are sold to the piper
makers. It now becomes a i atriotic duty upon the
p irt of every householder to economize in this mat
ter to save and sell everything out of which print
nS Pper may be manufactured.
tien. S'gel whose bravery and patriotism have
made him the idol of all his German countrymen, as
well as endeared him to bis fellow-citizens of every
nationality, was recently invited to be present at a
mass meeting to be held iu Chicago on A-pt. 17. to
indorse tbe President's Proclamation. In reply to the
invitation he wrote : As I have tried to do my
beit in defer.ee of republican principles and for the
emancipation of the oppressed, without distinction of
race or color, I cannot but heartily approve the
manifestations of the peop!e, to give their support to
the liberal acts of the government of this Bepublic,
which is the only great and strong bulwark against
th aggressive powers of nati?e ao J foreignj aris
tocracy and despotism."
II. W. SI'VI'KANCK,
A. I) COMMISSI OX MERCHANT,
Fire-proof Store, Robinson' Iluilding,
tiUKKX STIIKET, HONOLULU.
Will continue business at the nfw stand. 3!6-ly
J. ii. coli:,
(SrCCHSSOR TO A. P. KVtKKTT.)
At hi late rooms, Que-o Street.
c:. Jiiei.wi:it 2d,
General Merchant anil Aent for the sale of the products of the
ISrewer Piaotatioii. Ci4-ly
C. II. LKWHUS,
Lumber anl lui!.linp iu:iteriaU,V(rt St. Honolulu.
It. I. SNOW,
IMPOKTKR ANN I'KALKI! IN UKN Kit A L M KKCII ANMSK,
Honolulu, Ouliu, II. I. HJo-ly
H. VOJI HOLT. TH. C. HKt K-
Von HOLTA; UBIICK,
Urnera.1 Cinmi!sioit M'-rcInnts, Honolulu, Oalm, S. I. CiO-ly
A I I X . J . C A R T V K I 1 1 T,
CommNsion Merchant anil Ueneral Shilling AgeLt, Honolulu,
U:-liu, 11. J 3io-ljr
.Kitf:r: c. iiou i:,
Lumber Merchant Varl on CorKT Horss Sv)t'ARB, New Ks-
UK. J. JIOTT S.MITII,
C!ice corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
i:. iiorr.MAN.v, m. d.,
Physician and Surgeon, Makee's i:io:W, corner Que en and Kaa
humanu streets. SjO-ly
II. STAXCi KXWAII), 31. I).t
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late Ne-.r York City nsary lliy.4ic:aii, meni-r or tl.e
Medico Cliirurgical College and of the Pathok Jficai Society
of New York.
Offic? at Dr. Judd's Pruj Stori on Fort gtreet. Resilience in
Nuuanu Valley, oiite that of K. O. Hall, Et. aao-ly
J. W. AITSTI.N,
ATTOKNEV AND COUNSELOR. AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu Home, over the Post Office. 320-1 y
JD1IN II. 1'ATV,
Inland of Oalu, Hauaiiau Inlands.
A. S. CRINDAUM & CO.,
Iajporlers aal AVholirsale Dealt rs in Fashimiaiik' t'kaliin?.
Hats, Cajis, Hoots and Slioes, and every variety of (ieutie
nieii's Superior Furnishing lioo.!s. Store, formerly o:cu-
j.ied l.y W. A. Aldrich, Eso., in M.iUee'a Ulock. Queen
Stre-t. Honolulu, Oahu.
jamox, .iii:i:n & c i.,
Commisiion Merehautt Fii't-l'ioof Iiuildii.gs, Queen street.
Honolulu, A.nl 1, lrtV). U2U-ly
A. S. CLECHORN,
Dealer in General Merchandise, fire-iir'f store i:orner of Ka-
ahuinam and ti'i- rn stref Is. otoite Makee's i!l-ck.
Also. KeUiil t il.il'l in tirnen t on Nuuanu ftreet. aUiVc Kiiif.'.
2" Island 1'roiluce bought and bold. 1-Liinl orders carefully
attended to. uu-Iy
J. II. MOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in ll.Mits and Shoes of every
di-M-nptioii. lnf rinduiL's, rump Nile, Kij'iiijr, Ilarnesst,
and Patent Leatlierx. Calf, oat, ll, and Ktick Skins,
Trunks, alis, Statrii (ilovc.-, Foil?, and Masks, lWack
imr, l:ru.-hes, Ilosi- ry, . tec. Itriek Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant at.. Honolulu. II. I. UiO-ly
Importer anl Dealer
1 ooi.s and AoKier
Y. n. i.Aim,
in HARriWAHP, Cutlery, MKrnAvics'
tcrl Impll-mknts, Fort street, ll-.no
E. O. HALL,
Importer anil Dealer in Hardware, Dry 0ls, I'ainU, Oil, a n
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets S'JO-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government House. 3'iO-ly
F r.Olt I' XS ST A V K N 1 1 0 IS ST,
Agent for the Kremen atid Dresden Hoard ef Unilervriters. All
average i laiint; buainst the sail Underwriters, oeeurrin;? in
or alK.ut this Kingdom, will have t lie certified In-fore him.
B. F. EHLERS,
Denier In lry .' I s-;illx. V:e.
""-ly Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
; I'oici: i: c'i. visk,
BOOT and SHOEM.t K Eft. Hotel street, hetween Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. 3J0-y
MELCHERS & c6T
Iniporler ami ComuiisMon
AGENTS FOR THE
llAMBI'Kr.lt-nKKMKN' FlKE I NSIHA Sit'K CoMPASY,
Kaiwiki SiiiiR I'l a station,
I'OBKY Si OA l: I'LANTATItiS.
HUXObUbU STMAM FF.Oim 31111 "o.
l'roprietors. O. P. JUDD, S. SAVIDQE, and C. H. LEWERS
O. P. Jl on, Purcha-du;? Agent.
S. Srip:n. Sel'in-I Agent.
C. II. Lkweks, Tre;turer.
. C. ALLKSf.
ALPHiril, J. S. WALKKR,
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Imi-ncM and Comiuisslou Merchants Dealers in General
Merchandise, and Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
Agents for the Lihue, Metcalf, and Princcville Plantations.
;i: disci: y
3NT O T -A. X.
Office, Court Hou-e, up stairs.
, II IS OWN,
II. IIAC'KFI'LI) Ac CO.
General Commission Agents, Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I.
GfSTAV C. MKf.f HKK.-i.
J. D. "Wicke,
F. A. ScilAEFER,
is i rr i
ALE aso PORTER,
II onol nl .
WHOLESALE AXli RETAIL MERC HA AT,
Importer of China and other goods, dealer in su,' irs, molasses.
cofT-.-e, rice, fungus, &c, on King street, next doorio Messrs.
Castle & CooUe. 306-ly
A I I. II fc tt K it 11 ILL,
Will continue the General Merchandise and Shipping busines
at t he aoove port, wh'.'re tiny are pre part d to farnifh the
justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatot-s, and such other m-
emits as are rei'uirec hj- whale ships at the shortest notice,
and on the most reasonable terms. 3-0-Iy
A. P. CAUTKK,
CUAS. II. LUST
CH1S. R. BISHOP. WM. A ALOK!CH-
iiishop v :o.,
Hankers. OfSce In the east corner of "Makee's IUock," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Kills of Exchange on
Messrs. GuiM.ski.u, MiVTnis c Co., New York.
IIknht A. Pi khi'K, Esm., - lloston.
Messrs. Iok;as. Stonk ,v Co.. - San Francisco.
Will receive deposits, discount lirst-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc. d-"0-iy
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu, Dull ii. II. I.
Dealer in General Merchandise, llil i. Hawaii.
with recruits at the shortest lutice,
l!i!Is of exchange wanted.
Jonv. M. Hoop, Esq., ,
JAMKS Hl NNKWKLL, Esij.,
COAKLKS RUKWK.K, Es(., ...... ,
H. A. Pmkck. Est , )
Mk.SSUS. MoRl'KK .V MKKKII.L, )
Cmas. Wou ott Rkooks, Es(., I
M KS.-KS. W. Pl'STAC AC Co.,
Pkklk, lilBBtLL & Co. ..... Manila.
i. n. fi.itm:is.
Continues Tiis old business in the fireproof building, Kaahuma
n u street.
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted Chart and nautical instruments Constantly
on hand and for sale. J.u-iy
l C. WATERMAN CO..
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the tumishinir of fun.ls, purchase anil sale of r.xchanre. Oil,
Done, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Missrs. Isaac II liiii, Jg., & Co., New Bedford
W. O. E Pcpr, Eso., do.
Moki;a, SroNK .V Co., Sail Francisco.
MoRi kk A: MtKKiLL, do CJO-ly
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer anil Dealer in General Merchandise. Honolulu. II. I.
His Ex. U. C. Wvllik, . . . Honolulu.
It. F. Sow. Es.j , ....
C. A. Williams Co., . . 44
CHS. llKKWI'K, Esi., .... "
Wii.rox. Rk habds Co M
l'.Moxn ,v S-s, . . , "
Tuo.i. Srcxt KB, Esq.,
II. Du kiN'V, Ej., ...
K. I'iimis. K.,
McKrrK Ai MkkKiLL,
C. W. Rbooks .V Co.,
T. Lawtos. Esq., ...
Tobis, Rhos. A: Co.
Fin. I) .t Re t, ....
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merl. liits, dealer in G' ii-ral
Merch in.lise. K p constantly on hand a fall assortment
of nierc!iA.idi, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
SAM'L. X. CASTLK. J. B. AT1IKBTOS. AMOS. 8. COoKB.
(MSTI.K Ac COOKH,
Itniorters and Wholesale and R tail dealers in General Mer
chandise, in the Fireproof Store in Kiugstrect, o-iposite the
Dr. J.iynes M-lIcines,
Wheeler tr Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, cash
ass. ts ,:550.0O0,
Kaynolils, Devoe K Pratt Importers and Manu acturers of
Paints. and Varnish, and Crystal Coal Oil.
C. Van Home & Co.'s Carriages and Carriage Materials.
DeaUr in tieiirrnl Aft -rchandise, Ida ml Produce,
4"C, and Com mission Alerchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on ban. I an exti umvo assortment of evr ry
description of goods required liy ships and others. The
highest price given for Island Produce.
Money advanced for Rills of Exchange at reasonable ratos
Hilo, February 3. lsCl -99-ly
ACKMs rou tiii:
Regular I)i,i(cii Lim of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Itnrk "Comrl." ( iil. Ann. Siuilh.
.. ouuu II-c-lor. 'tipl. Jobn Ialy,
V milt -. Cnpl Tnrlor.
One of the above vessels will be dispatcheil regularly every
three weeks, or of:ener.
Freight atM Passerigcrs taken at the lowest rates.
All of tbe almre vessels havi superior accommodations for
I'assetnrers. for whom every comfort will Ie aiT rJed.
Throuch Rills totaling, wili l- given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise to New Y-rk or Boston, the freieht beinj reshipped at San
Fram-isco, on board first class clipl. rs without extra expense
Shippers can also procure at lloston or New YorV, through
Bills Ladin?. fjr freight shipied via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Glidden ii Williams, 1! sto:i and Messrs. W. T. Coleman Jc Co.,
New York. Messrs. McKuer if Merrill, AcutJ for Recular
DitpatcU Line, at San Francisco. 2'Ji-Iy
KRULUS DAIRY BUTTER !
FAMILY (illl)lEIir (t FEED STORE !
ODD FELLOWS HALL!
rrilK sri'EKIOK UL'AI.ITV 4F this
fl Rl.'TrEU is now geiurilly acknowl.iiged in the coiumu-
nity. It is made wi:ri the utmost care at.. 1 cleanliness, under
Mr. K's own su -rvisioii. a:vl tl.os- who know bun. know
that he is C"t willimr to kt an inferior article coir.e i:.:o this
uiark-t. For Sale only at
S-ii-nuj A. D. CARTH'RIUIIT'S.
GKOItOi: W. YOIAAJll,
Ulutual 3IariiHk lusuraiict Conipaiiy,
r1IIE I'MIEKSIfiXED HAVING ltEEX
Jl ap)oiii:ed Agents for the above company, beg leave to
inform the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
M A RINK INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
Honolulu, March, 1S62.
HACKFELD & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV.
rXHE rXPEKSICXEl), Agents or the ahove Com
J. pany, are prepared to insure risks against Cre in and
For particulars apply t the ollice.
MELCHERS Jfe CO.
Hono.ulu Oct. 11. 157. SJu-ly
OI'I'IC;!: : Southwest corner of Washing
ton mid Ilattery streets.
riIIE rXIEKSIf;XF.I) ARE 1REIAREI)
fi to issue Marine Iasuian.v policies," each In ing respon
sible for the sum written on the Policies against his own name
only, and for himself uud not for others or any of them.
John- pAKki.Tr, JJam Dosjuirn,
UKOROK C. J.'HSsON, IWlt.t.IAM E. P.AHKOS,
N. LtMNo, iJajiks Otis,
JAMKS PlIkl.AV. iJ.AVKS It. Hacois.
Lafaykttk Mavnard, J. Moha .Moss.
ALDKICH, WALKER & CO. Agents.
Honolulu. 11. I.
Sugar and Molasses !
From the Plantation of J. MAKEK,
For sale by (3 4-6m) C. UK EWER & CO
(Yiui'iit ! Kaolin ! Pipe Clay !
JJX RA DUG A for Mile by
Ilxpeetcd per Am. I 'Upper Hark
Viicl 1A1 1-
y j j
Rdls. Norway t-hapes, asirted site.
lldls. Cast Siit-l, assif ted sizes,
Bars and ImIIs Itound from i to 1J Inch. Bars and bdls Spmre from i to 1J Inch,
And various other sixes,
IIOIST, 3-8, 1-4.
Casks Nails, assorted sizes,
Casks Spikes, assorted sices,
C. V.REWER .t Co.
Spades ! Shovels ! Crowbar
UST KECU1VEI) AM) FOR SALE 11Y
GUTTA PERCHA PACJCJNG !
C. BREWER & Co.
. U1U.S. BEST CIDER VINEGAR,
f-W For sale by
a;fJ-3in C. BREWER tf Co.
Furniture Varn'jh Whiteleail,
An excellent and cheap substitute for Spirit Turprnlinr,
Iir O oods :
OUnT HJTID JJXriD TO AKBIYE !
i.isv r II A IRS.
jLJ Hocking Chain!, cane seat.
llockiup Chairs, hair cloth,
For sale by
C. BREWER A: CO.
Qr. bbls. Mess Pork,
S. C. Soda,
Manchester Denims, Brown Drill,
"Wlilto tint! Jilucs Cotton
KCHIT DAKCRY !
naif bbls. Mess Pork, Boxes Codfiah,
Half and qr. bbls. Dried Apples, Half and qr. boxes Kaitins,
Crushed and granulated Sugar, Saler&tua
B A C C O ,
A very select assortment of
Account Paer, Envelopes,
Id 'h L H
rjlIIE U N IE RS I ; N EI WOl LI) RFS
BL 'ctfully inform his friends and the public (renerally that,
he Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery heing now in full operation,
he is prepared to furnish Pilot and Navy Bread, Water Crack
ers and other descriptions or
All or superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
Partii s furnishiiiir their own flour for ship bread, will have it
made up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to
XT Orders in Honolulu for shipping to be left with Messrs
Wilcox, Richards k Co. .Queen Street. 34-6m
Cottn Twine, 3-booped Pails,
ir o i
Baskets, Manila Cordago, Flax Twine,
H Jc l r t s ,
DOORS JLISTID SASHES,
StexmIo:it Co it 1 9 ICeiosst3iio Oil
AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES. S44-2m
HALLOA THERE. METER I have
What are you doing ? you had
better unload, or you will
break your back I
L "-. ' f J
the: u i i j : i j .-4 1 rvj-:i
ON HAND, AND TO ARRIVE PER BARIC
Ii AIjIj FEDRVARV Oil .HAUCII IVKXT,
The following assortment of Agricultural Implement to which they n all attention :
v.- - jt
r. ' t
No, sir, I have been down to
CEO. c. SIDERS'
Stove and Tin Shop !
IVHERE TIIEV SKLLTIIE REST AXI)
T ch-a t ?XVE.S in the city, and l am lound to have
one, )eides, he keeps everything iu the Tinware line,
Eagle No. 20 Plows,
u 2 " W. & C.
44 44 7 -J 44 U
A No. 3 S. II.
A No. 4 Pt.ite Hill,
Ea'le No. TO Plow, W. if C.
A No. 3 S. H, " '
A No. 4 " "
Eagle A Plain Plows,
" No. T3 "-W.fi C.
A No. 4 S. H. "
Eagle O Plain Plows,
r. O. 3J Stel
X U Pteel Plows,
Extra Plow Points.
Rev. Steel Teeth Cultivators,
AV1 TAKEN THE STAX1) ON" KA-
ahamaiiu .-tre- t. over the !,..p formerly occupied by J
kff'd. opiiosite Hiti.p tr Co. s bank, is in w preptrvtl to
e.futu ah orders for binding
Particular attention paid to rebindiiiic old and choice hooks.
Mr. V. having had inanr years exj-erieiice in U.k-hii)ilinr jn
all it. branches, hopes to receive a share 1 the bu -iness required
Orders from the other inlands, should be nccmpaniel with
parlieuhir directions, a to the style, and, if the work is to aiatcu
volumes previously bound, a sample volume should be ect
with the job.
JapannM Cash Boxes,
Ir.-s.,i Milk pan.J,
Pre?- ! Cake pan?,
Britannia tea and ce de pots. Sheet Zinc,
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe,
Russia Galvanized, and English Sheet Iron,
Children's Baths, Tin Toys of all kicd?.
And all kinds of ir'.od u?uil!v keot in his line or business, all of
which he will sell EXTREMELY LOW E.iRCA.sH or approved
credit. Tin Ware of every description made of the best materi
als, and Job Work executed in the most workmanlike manner.
Particular attention paid to T.V A.U Z.VC ROOEiyO.
Atnoriir the St.- k of Cx k Stoves, he would cull jart-ular at
tention to the CRYSTAL PALACE and 1)1 AMOy I) ROCK,
a? bieimr two of the best stoves now in use, fitted up inasuj-erinr
maiiii'T, and warranted to pive satisfacti'-n. For a cheaper
article, 1 keeps the OCEAy I'REMH'M STOt'E, and he
w iil add to his st -ck, as the trade may require.
All th.we in want of anrthimr In this line would do well to
call and examine his coMs f"r themselves, before purchasing
elsewhere, as he does not intend to be " beat," eitl.er in mice
S41-3ui GEO. C. SIDERS.
Extra set! Cultivator Teeth,
Patent Fan .11 ills lor ISicc, with Hoppers,
Fiuished and varniihel, li inch, Finished and varnished, H inch, Finished arwl yarnihed, 2 inches,
Ox Toltes : witli Ilig's IPatont IRognlators,
rUnters ILies, Iioe n.indles, Spades, Shovels, Oarden Engines,
Rakes, Hay Cutu-rs, Sets Whiffletrees, JEnp'nc racking,
rotatoe Pi?pers, Grindstones, Wheel Axles,
Force Pumps of different sizes,
Well " " "
H gal. Keg Shoots anl IleaJs,
Assorted sires of
AND NORWAY IRON
SO-gal. Barrel Shocks anJ IleaJa,
Nesta of Carrels and Kegs containing each 1 31-gal., 1 16-gal., 1 8-gaL, 1 5-gaL
Hoop Iron of all sizes.
2?" The undersigned will Import on reasonable terms, any articles ordered by Planters and others via
San Francisco or by the Boston Packets, to their consignment, running regularly.
C. Brewer & Co.
Hosou-u-, Dec. 25, 1S62. 311-Sm