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From our Extra, tf Saturday, Oct. 1-
Arrival of tlio
CLIPPER ShiP INK!"
18 Days from San Francisco,
WITH HAILS, EXPRESSES, &c.
Two "WeeltK L.atei From
Forts Wanner & Greg ;g
GREAT BATTLE LUffllESEE !
30,000 KILLED JMMVOLDED.
The clipper ship Daring, Captain lienry, ar
rival on Saturday morning, from San i'rancisco,
bringing dates from that port to thei22i, and
Eastern terrains to the 21st. X
She brings about 200 tons mercha -!ise, and
will ail for Hongkong early next week
The ship Tanjvrt wa Iuading fur Honolulu
vl China, bv C. VT. Brooks Jt Co., t'i fail Oct.
She will bring our next mail.
The bark George Washington arrival at San
Francisco September 17, with coals froij', Sydney.
Newcastle coab were selling at $10 per ton, and
in demand. Capt. Stott will retuii in the
Comet, which had not arrived over !"up to the
sailing of the Dar ing. ,
The Eastern news in interesting. V- give the
f..llowing abstract-: Z
The tate election in Maine has milted in a
Cni'jn majority of over 16,000.
The Emperor Napoleon has assured .-fie Amer
ican Minuter at Paris, that he does n- contem
plate recognizing the Rebels.
The Confederate loan was quoted in t'urope at
20 a 25 discount.
The President, by Proclamation, h&Xeuspend
ei the habeas corpus throughout t;1- Lnitd
The European bewa does not appeaiJo pofeess
any stirring interest. We cut out t&' follow
ing itenw :
The London Morning Post believed there is
little doubt that the suspected iron-clu rams at
Liverpool will be detained by the British Govern
ment under the Foreign Enlistment Art.- It is,
nevertheless, said they were built to tLjj order of
a French house, under a contract for-.' the late
Pasha of Egypt, but the present Paalj. repudi
ates the contract.
News that the rebel Government hn resolved
to arm the negroes was received withf distrust.
The London Daily Xcics says it will jove con
clusively not only that the Confederate cause is
hopeless but that the leaders knowit. The
Morning Past looks on it as a uia-t-piece of
jxdicy, giving at once immense reinl jrcemeuts
and exercising an advantageous moral influence
The privateer Florida had put into Bre, France,
and it is reported that legal proceedings r're to be
instituted against her. It is doubtful vetber she
will be permitted to go to sea. 7
Affair in Virginia. 7
Both the National and Kebel atmie4in Virgi
nia have been greatly reduced to rein'-J'-ce other
armies South and West. Lee's army '.s said to
be between Gordonaville and HanovVr, near
Richmond. $;n. Meade's army is on he Rapi
dan River. No serious engagements If id taken
place, nor was any expected. J
Skirmt Montr Report
New Your. Sept. 21st. Money easy At &i to j I per cert.
Sterling Exchange, 153 to 14. Gold opened at ;9J, closing
Ann at 140. Government Securities, witliuut decided change.
Large Sales of Hawaiian Sugar by JTRuer &
Merrill, ranged from 7 00 to $10 8v per 100
lbs., according to quality.
Gen. Gilmore captured Forts (irejg rind Wag
ner on Morris Inland September 7th, "and now
holds the whole island. The relels w-re trying
to plant guns on the ruins of Sumte-. reat
effort were being made to fortify t je city of
Charleston against the anticipated attack which
had not taken place up to the latest date from
thence, which was Sept. 1G. The opinion was
that Charleston must fall on the flirt strong
New York, Sept. 19. The steamer McClcl
lan, from Morris Island, the morning of the lGth,
has arrived. Gen. Gilmore was mountjng heavy
guns at Cummings' Point to shell Charleston.
The rebel fire from James Island continued, but
was not very effective. Fort Sumter" was still
held by the rebel3.
Gen. Burnside, after capturing Cumberland
Gap, which is the pass between Kentucky and
Tennessee and Virginia, has resigned. The rea
son is said to bo because he has not been sustain
ed by the President in his stringent measures
with the Copperheads.
Wasuisg a Black Max White The police of
Leoebarg. (Asrgaw.) suspecting that a black show,
man was traveling with a false passport, and was
artificially colored, had him stripped and washed
moat vigorously. All in vain ; the LUck, to far front
disappearing, only comes oat with greater lustre.
The doubts of the police, however, are far from
solved. The apothecary was sent for. Cyanide of
potassium is, bj bis advice, appliel to tho obstinate
skin of Janetti. But a Llackamocr is not o be
wasbel white, and the illased actor had to be dis
missed, after defying all the efforts of his persecutors
Another Fall at Niagara. The St. Catherine's
Journal aajs that on Saturday night, the 18th of
July, with a sou ad louder than the discharge of a
park of artillery, a large section of the rock on the
north Canada side of Niagara Falls, near Mr. Davis's
Table Rock Hotel, fell into the yawning a?y?s below,
giving the Falls on that side a more decided horse
shoe appearance than they had before.
The origin of the name of Canada is given by a
writer in the Intelligencer, who quotes tie following
passage from a book printed In London in the year
16'J8, written by L Hennepin, and entitUJ A New
Discovery of a Country Greater than Europe :
The Spaniards were the first who discovered
Canada ; bat at their arrival, having found nothing
considerable in it, they abaodonded the country, and
called it II Capa di Nada ; that is, a cape of nothing,
hence by corruption sprung the word Canada, which
we use ia all our maps.
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKJLE,
CROP of isg:.
Tor tale by (37S-om) C. BRK.-'KU k C
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
Met en If Plantation !
TOOK SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
aldricii, walker k Co.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
JL i li u c Plantation !
FOR SALE IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT
3?S-3ra ALDP.ICH, WALK ER & Co.
Important from Tennessee.
The news from this State is important. Bragg "s
army having been strongly reinforced by a part
of OVn. Lee's, attacked R.jecrans on Saturday,
S-pt. l'J, 15 miles S. E. of Chattanooga. The
attack appears to have been uuexpevtrd, and
Gen. Rosecrans army was com jelled t j fall back
to near Chattanooga.
At the latent date from the battle-field, M-mday
afternoon, Sept. 21, the battle was still going on
with no decisive result.
The Untile at Clinttnnoo?n,
HFA Wit FTFR3 ARMT Or TUK Cl MBERLASP, Sept.
lj. A Jperate etigigeinrtU cumniecceJ this morn
ing at 11 o'clock. The rebel uiaJe a heavy attack
on the corps of Gen. George II. Thonia?, forming the
left witgof our army, and at the sunt; time they
attacked cur right wing, which w3 thought to be a
teint. Gen. A. McCock's and Gen. A. L. Critten
den's troops were thrown into the engigement as
convenience offered, the main portion of their forces
being cn the march at the time. The 5ght on the
left wing was of a very desperate character. The
enemy was repulsed, but on being reinforced remain
ed in position, from which they were driven subse
quently, after a evere ecgtgement of an hour and a
half. Gen. G. H. Thomas's forces then charged,
driving the rebel- for nearly a mile and a half, pun
ishing thern severely. About 2 o'clock ia the after
coon, the rebels male a fierce lah on cur centre,
composed of V?n Cleve's and Reync'JVs divisions.
Van Cleve's corps were struck on the right flick,
an I being vigorously pushed by the rebels, fell back,
and Gen. Carter's line was broken, the troops becom
ing much sc-ittered Geu. Thoma, on the left, and
Gen. Divis, on the right, then pushed theii forces
vigorously forward toward Curuberl.in J Gap, This
is an error. The gap alia Jed to is in the Pigeou
.Mountain, Gi , and after a bard fight recovered
the ground which had been lost on the right. The
fiiEht disclosed the intention of thememy, which wa-
evidently to get between us and Ch itt mooi The
general engagement, which commence! nt 11 o'clock
in the furenoon, endel at about six in the evening.
Gen. Palmer, who bal gathered together our scat
tered forces, and Gen. Neley, who ha J been tent
from the right to the centre, pushed fjrwar 1 and
established our lines as they haJ teeu before the bit
tlc tean. along the Chickomagi Creek. The coun
try where the battle was fought was level, but cover
ed with a thick undergrowth of small tituber and
brushwood, very unfavorable for the u?e of artillery,
very little of which was u$ed. Our casualties in
wounded are heavy, but extremely light in killed for
so heavy a mu-ketry engagement. The fight on the
left wa one continuous roll of mu-ketre for an heir
or more. No general offiiera were injured. Colonels
Bradley, Jones snd Carroll were wounded. The bat
tle will probably be renewed to-morrow. Rebel
prisoners taken represent that the Corps of Hill,
Po'.k, Johnston and Lougstreet were in the engage
ment. Our men are in the best spirits and eager to
renew the fight.
Dates of September 21.
Cincinnati, Sept. 21. The Commercial's special
gives the fallowing account of Saturday's 6ght: The
battle commenced at 11 A. M., in the vicinity of the
Widow Glenn's House, on the road leading from .Mac
Lamore's road to Chattanooga, and toon Wcuue
general, the enemy manoeuvring his troops finely.
Early iu the action the rebels made an impetuous
charge on Feltou's and Loomis batteries, Hnd five
out of the six Parrot t guns were capture!. Captain
Von Pelt, commanding the battery, was taken pris
oner. At 2 o'clock, the contest was terrific.
The roll of musketry was f ir more continuous and
deafening than at Stone River. At half-past two the
division in the centre was hard pushed and broken,
and retreated in disorder. Col. Burnett succeeded
in planting a battery, and t-oon checked the pursuit
of the enemy, who, in turn, were driven in disorder
over the same ground. Davis' division was driven
back with heavy loss, and every gun of the Lighth
Indiana battery captured. When his forces rallied
he pushed the enemy back, and retook the guns.
Reynold's lost heavily, but stubbornly held his posi
tion, driving the enemy, but never leaving his line.
Palmer, who was overwhelmed, failed to get off bis
whole battery, and two guns were lost. Vancleve's
Division fought gallantly, but lost ground, and was
overpowered. He failed to retain his position. Our
line, pressed severely, wavered. The rebels, exult
ing over the apparent success, made the air resound
with cheers. They advanced along the whole line,
when a withering fire of musketry rolled from right
to left, and till 6 o'clock the fighting was terrific.
The general grew anxious.
Asthe rebels steadily gained up near headquarters
new forces were opposed to them, and from this till
dark the battle raged with destructive fury. At dusk,
the firing having almost ceased, the enemy threw
forward fresh troops, and again engaged our right.
The action became general, and till long after dark
rolled with fury. The battle thus fir wa a bloody
one. Our loss was very heavy. Prisoners say that
some of their regiments were almost annihilated.
Both armies occupy the same ground as when the
action began. We have captured several hundred
prisoners, many of whom ar from the East. We
took ten guns and lost seven.
CniCAOO, Sept. 21 10 a. m. A Louisville dis- i
patch of this moruing says, our army under Rose-
crans has been badly beaten by Brcgg, and compell- j
ed to retreat to Cnattancoza. Bragg has been
strengthened with heavy reinforcements from Lee,
Beauregard, and Joe Johnston. The telegraph lines I
south of Louisville are so much occupied with milita
ry business as not to be able at present to get any
Later, P. 31., Sept. 21.
The J'itionat Republican says: The enemy at
tacked Rosecrans again on Sunday morning, at 9
o'clock, in overwhelming force, and the battle raged
fiercely all day. According to the latest accounts
which left Chattanooga at 8 o'clcck last evening, two,
and only two divisions gave way in utter panic and
confusion, but from 8,000 to 10,000 of these had
been rallied and got back to their places, while the
remainder of the army had not retreated, and at the
latest moment wae driving the rebels back. This we
.know is the latest news here. The number killed
and wounded on both sides will probably not fall
ehort of 30,000.
LottsviLLE, Sept. 21 Midnight. We have no
word from Rosecrans army to-day. Rumors are
current, not traceable to any reliable source, that
a large part of Grant's army was rapidly moving to
the aid of Rosecrans. and that an engagement be
tween the armies was still progressirg, etc. Milita
ry authorities here do not believe thfit any very dis
astrous results have occurred to the Army of the
Isatlle of tLhattanoogn Hestimed, and
iw ('oing ou, without any Decisive i
If evil If.
The Battle of Chattnnoogn Hesumed,and
now (.oins ou, without anv Decisive
Cincixnati, Set t. 21, P.M. A despatch received at
hea iquirters at 11 o'clock, to-day, from Rosecran'8
Adjutant General sajs that the battle at Chattanooga
is still going on without any decisive result.
SUGAR & MOLASSES,
Crop now coming in,
For sale by
F. 3. PRATT, Ajrent.
To Produce Dealers.'
Hides, Goat Skins.
Old Composition, Old Copper,
Tallow, Old Iron,
BOUGHT AT THE IIICIIF.ST MARKET
rales by C. tKtW Elt & Co..
X. B. Cociignments frota the ether islands will have prompt
3Iat Bags. IVTat Bags.
FOR SALE ABOUT lOOO KAUAI MADE
good suttantial Mat lisn, tor Sugar or Salt, at
tom ilOLT k HKUCK'S.
I HAVE AUTHORIZE! M V
l' VL'E to act for me a my agent Juria,
uiy iitxcnre fn(u
Aew Goods. New Goods
1 OO LBS REF,XED CAMPHOR,
Rluitn-i" c-bra.te4 prrfuo-rj,
Toi!t aaps and pom.vls.
Luhiii'4 perfamf ditto.
S A R ? A P A R 1 1. 1. A S A y er Twn.nd' , San J', Thayer', and
PILLS Avers', LeeV. Wright'!", and Ilolloway'i.
HAIR RKrOUKRi Mm. Alien's, Wood's and Fish'
1IYPKKION, CoCOINE, and ZYLoUALSAMUM,
lla:.r brushes and com')!,
Baty hair brushes aad powder,
tiasii tube do., extra,
Citrate of maneia.
Cuttle fish boue.
Opodeldoc, bay rum,
:sxUi.i? syrups and liniment, mustang and trnica.
A full assortment of drus and tnedicints.
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
J. M. SMITH & Co.
GOODS I III! THE
STEEL SCHOONER " DOMITILA,"
-A. Jl for tv-?iit yeatN,
HAS JtST AltRlVKi) FROM LIVKR
pKl, wittjn full a-f'rted c:r?o exprvasly 9vloied fr this
u:.trkt-t, consiiting i.f
Dry roods, fnncy rooIs,
FENCING WIRE, HOOP IRON,
A-aortmcnt bar iron.
AIjK AXI) POUTER,
Tea, matting, and machinery a per separate advertisement.
X. B. A erent many of the Dry Goods and Fincy Goods are
entirely new articles in this market.
A variety of suitahS froodi on the way frota Liverpool and
London, via Victoria, er Riding Sun" (arrived there), "Dusty
Miller" and " S.-a Snake."
- S75 3m JAXIOX, GKEKX k CO.
OFFER FOR SALE THE
; JUST RECEIVED
Per "Elena," " Doniitilst," " Comet,"
and im Helen Mar."
BATTY'S 11 E FRUITS, COWARD'S JA3J3
True lemon syrup,
Field's stewed oysters,
Lea & Pcrrin's Yorcestcrsllire sauce,
Hamblin, Ilaker & Co.'s oyster?,
Layer raisins, in hlf and qr. toxes,
Loaf anil crushed sugar,
P. M. yeast powder,
yr. bbls. dried apples,
Asatl. spices and herbs in glass,
Superior dinner sets,
1 gall, demijohns,
Mosquito netting, v-
Also on Hand :
Xew California hops,
A full assortment of
SSO-lm And cutlery.
LEWERS & DICKSON,
AVK COXSTAXTLY OX HAND, AT
Opening on Kiny, Fort 3c Merchant Slreetw,
Oreeon 1 inch Hoard, rouch and planed,
do. I'lank, H, 1, -1 ai t 3 inch,
tlo. Scantli::j; of all sizes,
do. Toncued and Uroovel Boards, 1 and 11 inch.
KEPWOOD 1 inch Boanls, routh and planed,
do. ('l ink, H, 1 and i inch,
do. Tongued and Grooved Boards, 1 inch.
OREGON SOFT PINE 1 inch Boards.
do. do. do. 1 i, 1, 2 and 3 inch Plank.
EASTERN PINE 1 inch Clear Board,
do. do. i inch Tonpued and Grooved Boards,
do. do. Plank, 1J, 1 J, 2 and 3 inch,
do. do. 4 feet. Clapboards.
.... A TLiSO ....
SHINGLES Redwood and Oregon Cedar
A Fine assortment of Wall Paper.
Glass, Whitewash and Paint H rushes.
And a full assortment of
Which they offer for sale at LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
C7" Having Steam Machinery on he
premises they are prepared to execute orders
for Sawing and Planing.
LEWEKS k DICKSON.
JUST RECEIVED !
C. BREWER cS: Co.
OFFER FOR SALE
" HELEN MAR !"
TONS ANTHRACITE COAL,
BALES BUELxVPS !
A large and varied assortment of rich and elegant
HAIR CLOTH AXl LKoCAI.KTT
A large aJsortniviit of
AGRICULTURAL IXPLKMEXTS !
2000 Barrels Oil Shoks.
10,000 14-gaIi Shooks for Sugar,
Nests Barrels and Kegs.
Cases 15: com?,
" Charcoal Irons,
Xtsts 3-luop Pails,
" Painted Tubs,
Cases Wool Hau,
" H-K-p Skirt,
" Axe Handles,
Xets Horse Baskets,
XEW LOT OF
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE !
For sale cheap.
And n variety of olber article too nuuier
ouit to uirulioui
Ex Bark "ambi idiic."
riHIE CARGO OF REDWOOD I1MBEK
1. jut to hand per lark CAM BUI IKS K," is nffeied for
sale at reduced rate. i:i u l.lia tiei t' suit puriMi:s-r.
This CHr;r was selected at.lhe Mills with !rrat eare. and is
much sujierior to any heretf-rt; iiu parted, ami cc-usists f
Scantling, "J4 and 3)4,
Tongued ayi grooved,
Pickets, 4 feet long,
For sal-; ry
3SC-lm . ALDRICII, WALKER & Co.
ODD FELLOWS HALL!
NEW ARISf GHOIGE
Just Received bv the
ALIFORXIA CREAM CHEESE,
small JJoston Hums,
California Bacon (extra nice)
Onions, (new crop)
' Picnic, Soda & Water Crackers,
44 Canary Seed,
Dayton & Co's Raspberry Jams, (excellent)
Dayton & Co's Asaorted Jellies,
Lewis & Co's Assorted Jams,
Field's Steamed Oysters,
Hamlin & Bakers Oysters,
Kensett'e Oysters, 1 lb tins
Kitt's No 1 Mackerel,
Goodwin's Smoking Tobacco,
Layer liaisins and boxes.
ALSO BY THE
WESTPHALIA HAMS, (Superior)
Bologna Sausages, 44
French Green Peas, 2 lb tins excellent
boxes Fresh Sardines
Zante Currants in 6 lb glass jars,
Kaisins 44 44
German Fruit Syrup, bottled
French Wino Vinegar, bottled
French Herb Vinegar, bottled
French Vanilla Chocolate,
ALSO BY THE
D oiTiitila,, 5 5
r it Ai Perrin'n lVorretor Sauce, pts and pts
i Cases English Pie Fruits,
Salad Oil, qts and pts
Fresh Oatmeal, in tins
Choicest English Bacon, (sealed in tins)
English Herbs, assorted.
4 CHOICE SELECTION O
OF CHINESE Si.
II. II. Tea No. 13, 4 lbs. boxes,
II. II. Tea No. 12, 8 lbs. boxes,
II. II. Tea No. 11, lOlbsbxs,
II. II. Tea No. 10, SO lbs. boxes,
Finest Japanese Tea in bulk and catties,
44 Comet" Oolong Tea,
Tongmow, Koku Tea.
Half and qr. Bbls. Mess Pig Pork,
do. do. new Dric-d Apple3.
New Dried Plums, (excellent,)
Pure Currant Wine, (for invalids,
Fresh Olives, Capers.
Fresh Macaroni, Vermicelli,
Fresh Tapioca and Sago,
Extra Manila Cigars,
Pure Cider Vinegar, on draught,
Good Syrup, do.
Krull's Dairy Butter,
Fresh Corn Meal,
Fresh Wheat Meal,
Best Brands California Flour,
Wailuku Mill Maui Flour,
Assort'd Crushed, Loaf and Brown Sugars,
do. Spices and Seasonings,
French and California Mustard,
Tins Lobsters, Salmon &, Quohaugs.
Tins Little Neck Clams,
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
For Sale by
230 3m A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
OFFER FOR SALE
Of the American Clipper Ship
V .'AT. r- . X . ? '
DAILY EXPECTED FROM BOSTON,
Consisting iu part of
100 tons !h st Steam Coal, SO tons liesl Bl.icksuiith's Coal,
10 M feet oak plank, 2 M feet oat boards,
4 M feet heading,
10.000 feet Am. clear pine plank. 1 in , 1 in., 2 ih., 2J in., 3 in.
10,000 feet spruce clapboarJs.
3.000 hrli. old oil shooks, 15,000 brls. ner oil shooks,
20,000 14 ijal. sugar keg shook?, 2,0 31 pal. barrel shooks,
200 nests barrels, 5, S, 1C, 31 gal. pkgs. in a nest.
ISO barrels prime pork.
10 tierces hams,
Half barrels me? pork,
Quarter liarrels mess pork,
Barrels pilot bread,
Barrels salt, 4c.
Boxes table salt,
,; lemon syrup,
" S. soda,
Cases pearl barley,
Cases yeast powders,
44 cream tartar,
Half barrels crushed and granulated sugars.
JiviiM Mi m mm
20 bales 40 inch burlaps,
50 bales gunny bags.
Cases American saddles,
Cases mule collars.
Cases horse collars.
Pitch, Cordage, Oars, Brls. Kaoliu,
Hoop Iron and Rivets.
White cotton thread, Blue cotton thread,
Fancy cassimeres, Mixed meltocs,
Spool cotton, Selected expressly for summer cl-jthiu?,
And a good assortment of
Crayons, Silk cord, Black siaip buttons, Buckles,
Listing, "Vest buttons, Bindings, Liaen,
Vest leathers, Brown Ilc'.licds, Jaconets,
Button hole twist, MixeJ mohair,
&c, ic, kc.
Rotary office chairs, Maple rocking chairs, Sewing chairs
An assortment of sizes, with extra linings, grates, kc. Also
SHIP'S CAM BOOSES!
With fixtures complete.
Patent N. E. Itoofins; Company's Felt and
PATENT BIOTINA ROOFING,
Cheap and lasting kind.
4 demar varnish,
44 furniture 44
44 black paint,
44 putty in tins,
44 44 in bladders,
44 French zinc,
Kegs Venetian red,
44 French yellow,
44 lump biack.
14 red lead,
44 white lead.
Cases imp. green,
4 e.xtia black paint,
Cotton duck, assorted, Hemp duck,
Cotton and hemp sail twine.
Rosewood time pieces,
Octagon 30-hour time pieces,
Frencli Cliina Ware.
Blue and gold French tea setts,
Delicate wreath 44 " "
Gold band 44 44 44
Light green 44 44 44
Assorted tete a tete setts,
A large variety of articles, rare and invitiug.
ments & Hardware.
Steel round point shovel3,
Steel round point spades,
II oe hand'es.
Eagle No. 2 plows, Eagle Xo. 20 plows. II. No. 76 plows.
A. No. 4 side hill plows, A. No. 3 side hill plows,
No. 3 wrought fluke plows, Steel plows, Horse hoes,
Farmers' IJoilers, Axles for Carts,
Hickory Shafts, vc.
Whalcboats, Nests Tabs, Xesls
Pails, Nests Brass Bd. Trunks.
Nests Hingbain Buckets.
And a great variety of other articles.
EXPECTED BY THE HAW. SCHOONER '
An invoice of desirable merchandise.
Per Bremen Ship
G G yg& W
W I frj 2J 2J
A LA1IGE ASSORTMENT OF
JEW AID I1ESII1ABLE GOODS !
Consisting in part as follows
NGLISII FANCY Fill NTS.
English piuk and yellow prints,
English turkey red and yellow prints,
English two blue prints,
English whirling prints,
Euglish Turkey red cambrics,
French fancy prinU, brown cotton,
W hite shirtings, blue cottons, heavy denims,
lied ticking, hickory straws, brrown drill,
White croydon sheeting, Victoria lawns.
Cotton pantaloon stuff, woolen pant&loon stuff,
Black and white jaconets, iootch ginghams,
Mosquito nettintr, worsted lasting.
Black coburgs, black alpacas, black Thybet,
Black craH cotton velvets, while Baunels,
lllue twilled Saxony flannels, buckskin,
Bleached and drab moleskin,
ItUok and blue broad cloth,
Indian checks and strijies &c.
Silks A: Fancy Articles.
Plain black silks,
riack striped silks.
Plain blue Bilk,
Boys' and girls' dresses,
Fancy silk ribbons.
Black and colored silk hat ribbons.
Black velvet ribbons.
Black and fancy feathers and plumes.
Black kid gloves, &c.
Clothing and Hosiery.
Blue pilot jackets, hi je flannel sack.
Assorted cassimere sacks, checttd cotton sacks,
Asstd. buckskin pantaloons, black cloth pantaloons,
Asstd. cotton pantaloons, cassimere pantaloons.
Denim frocks arid trowsers. hickory shirts.
Fancy regatta shirts, merino shirts and drawers,
White, piuk and striped undershirts.
Grey and blue flannel drawers, merino socks,
Blue flannel shirts, woolen comforters,
Indies' and girls' white cotton stockings.
Blue, mixed, brown and white cotton socks,
Children's asstd. socks and stockings.
Heavy woolen stockings, woolen mittens.
IlaiidlcercliTs, Hats, &c.
Turkey red and yellow handkerchief,
Printed cotton handkerchiefs.
Printed jaconet handkerchiefs,
India silk Cohrav.s,
Black silk handkerchiefs.
White linen handkerchiefs,
Ladies riding hats,
Gentlemen's asstd. felt hats,
Ladies and children's straw bats,
Saddlery, Cutlery and Hardware.
English hogktn saddles, Indies' hogskin side saddles,
Woolen girthing, felt saddle cloth,
B. M. table and teaspoons, soup ladtes, jack knives,
Pocket aud pen knives, butcher knives, jewsharps,
Sewing needles, hair needles, sail needles,
Table knives and forks, asstd. files and rasps,
Fencing wire, hoop iron, sheet iron, sheet lead.
Sheet zinc, iron tinned saucepans and tea kettles,
Iron enameled saucepans, lead pipe.
Powdered, crushed and loaf sugar, Westphalia bams,
Boulo'-rne saasazes, Swiss cheese, sardines,
Curran's and mains in g'ajs, green peas in 2 lb. tins,
Chx:oi:i:i, vinegar, scearine candles, wtite soap.
Beers, Wines & liiquors.
Bass & Co.'s pale sle, ia quarts,
K. B. By ads' pale ale, in pints,
H. Deetjen's pale ale, in quarts,
Nordhauser's brandywiae, in cases,
Fine old cognac, hock, sherry, portwine,
Madeira, genuine Holland gin.
White zinc, black raints, green paints, lampblack,
Spunyarn, Manila rope, Stockholm tar, rosin.
Burning, deck lights, wrought iron nails,
A splendid assortment of
DUNDEE HEMP CANVAS,
And Sail Twine.
Assorted blankets, 80x90, bed quilts, hair combs,
Hessians 40 in. whit towels, water monkeys.
Woolen shawls and plaids, China ware, buttons,
Lubin's extract, linen thread, cotton thread.
Black sewing silk, clay pipes, smoking tobacco,
Freuch calfdkins, suspeuders, drawer looking glasses,
Table covers, piano covers, port monn&ics,
Necessaries, paper bags.
Per Oldenbcrs: Bark
Blue twilled Saxony flannel.
Broad cloth and buckskins,
French shirts in assortment,
A larfre assortment of preserved FRUITS,
VKC;i:TAIlLES and 31 EATS,
French prunes in glass,
Holland and German glue,
Genuine CHAMPAGNE IIEIDSICK & C.
OL.I JAMAICA HUM,
LAGER DIE II,
An assortment of English tar iron, best best.
Consisting in part of
Oak polished wardrobes,
Mahogany cheats of drawers.
Mahogany sofa and center tables,
Mahogany extension tables.
Mahogany sewing tables.
Mahogany arm chairs,
A complete assortment of
CEOCKEE Y !
Children's toy s,4o.