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The It.iiiih liictioii.
King Christian IX. of Denmark, in an address
to his valiant little army after their retreat from
the Dannewerke, eaid to them Soldiers, I
tand alone in the world with my people;"
worda full of feeling and simplicity, and convey
ing the bitter disappointment be felt at the deci
sion of Great Britain to lend him no aid in hi$
hour of need.
But the fugitive King, speaking from hi Cas
tlo of Sonderburg,' within hearing of the boom
of Herman guns, and in eight of the beleagured
lines of Duppel, baa etruck the very key note of
bis situation in this address to hi trooca. He is
alone in the world with his people, handful of
men against the forces of the European Conti-.-nt.
As this is one of the leading topics of the day,
and many of our readers may have little idea of
toe unequal contest into which Denmark has
been drawn, it may not be uninteresting to give
tome information relative to the power and posi
tion of the contending parties.
The population of Denmark, when severed
from that of the Duchies, is less than two mil
lions. In time of war the King of Denmark can
bring 40,000 men into the field. Austria and
Pruia, without counting the rest of Germany,
have an aggregate population of about 32 mil
lions, and their armies, on the war footing,
number very nearly a million. If we compare
the numerical strength of Denmark with that of
its present foes the proportion is as 1 to 23.
There is not so great a difference between the
armies in the field. But, if we count the Federal
contingents which, by occupying Ilohueip, have
formed, in fact, an army of reserve, and include
the reinforcements now on their way through
Silesia, we must estimate the strength of the
German armies in the Duchies as little short of
100.060 men. The force under the command of
De Meza is supposed to have been under 30,000,
so that it has been overmatched in the ratio of
more than three to one. These are terrible odds.
So far from feeling any surprise at the retreat of
the Danes, we are astonished that they should
have held Miseunde during nearly a week's bom
bardment. There is no doubt that the strength
of the Dannewerke has been much overrated.
The colossal mound and trench of the ninth cen
tury, which stretches from the town of Schleswig
towards Frederickstadt on the Eider, may have
been improved by dint of modern engineering
into a formidable fortress. But the great palpa
ble weakness of these works was that they were
capable of being turned by a passage in force of
any part of the broad but shallow river which
runs from Schleswig eastwards to the Baltic Sea.
As the Schlei is more than SO miles long, it is
next to impossible to defend it from end to end.
At one place, about the middle, where the banks
approach each other, the passage is defended by
the formidable te'te du pont of Missunde, which
Austrian9 and Prussians cannonaded in vain.
But while the Austrian army held the Danes in
check at this place, the Prussian army crossed
the river in boata to Kappeln, which is close to
the sea. .When this was done the Dannewerke
became untenable, and was immediately evacu
ated. The news caused great distress throughout
Denmark, and a serious riot at Copenhagen.
But we cannot think that any blame fairly at
taches to De Meza, who, after having been tem
porarily superseded in deference to a popular
outcry, is to be replaced ia his command. There
cannot be a better reason for the retreat than
that alleged by the King himself in the address
which we have already quoted. He reminds us
that he has only one army. If his 30,000 de
fenders were taken prisoners, as they might well
have been if they had remained to do battle at
Schleswig, his cause and his crown would be at
the mercy of his enemies. The army has made
good ia retreat, not, however, without a thin
ning of its numbers or undisheartened. The
retreat appears to have been conducted with
great skill. The Danish commander had twelve
Hours notice of the movement of the Prussians
and he made the best use of bis time. Many of
the heavy guns were left behind, but the men
and horses were led away without disorder, the
field batteries and baggage saved without much
loss. When the Prussians had crossed, De Meza
was well on his road, and I'rince Frederick
Charles was never able to come up with him.
The Austria lis were more successful. When they
entered Schleswig they d.d tot find many Danish
soldiers there. They had taken the central north
road which leads to Flensburg. a distance of only
25 miles. The cavalry of Von Gablenz came
cp with the Danish rear guard near that place,
but the twa German regiments which were bold
enough to advance to the attack were so severely
banded by the enraged Northmen that they found
it prudent to desist, and followed them to Fl ens
burg at a very respectful distance. The Austrian
army was so fatigued that it spent the night in
this town. The Danish army continued its re
treat eastwards along the shore of that inlet of
the Baltic called the Gulf cf Flensburg. About
20 miles from Flensburg brought it to Duppel, a
fortified position on the bank of the narrow strait
which separatee the inland of Alsen from the
mainland of Schleswig. A part of the Danish
army is in the island of Alsen ; a part is left to
nan the entrenchments of Duppel, which is the
tite du pont or key cf the island. By latest
accounts a determined attack was being made
upon Duppel by the A ustro-Prussian army. As
this position has never yet been heard of as a
fjrtress, and boasts of no element of strength
which can counterbalance the immense numerical
superiority of the assailants, except a range of
low hills,"it is not to be expected that it will hold
out long. When Duppel is taken, and the nar
row strip of water, no wider than an average
river, is crossed by the Germans, the town and
Sort of Sonderburg will be before them. Son
erburg does not figure among the fortified ports
of Denmark, but the narrow neck of land on
.which it stands might be defended by a small
force against great odds, and the island of Alsen
proper be thus retained for a while. Perhaps
the only object of the defence of Duppel is to
secure the unmolested retreat of the bulk of the
Danish army, and to permit of the transport of
the guns and stores that have been saved, which
mav be carried in ships to Copenhagen.
England, through Lord Russell, has proposed
an Armistice, and this is all she is likely to do to
aid the father of her future princes. "But it is
hardly to be expected that the Germans, with all
they covet within their grasp, will quietly retire
from the field or give, up so rich a prize unless
Denmark receives more material aid than words
from her friends. And England acts with pru
dence, for were she to send her armies to aid
Denmark, might not new Alalamas and FforiJas
be fitted out to prey upon British Commerce ?
No doubt this though: governs British Statesmen
in their determination to refrain from hostilities
with the Fatherland, and to leave Christian
IX. to stand alone in the world with his peo
ple." Panama Star.
LAHAINA STEAM MILL
E HAVE jrST RECEIVED XD OF
FER. FGSiALE THE URsr SLGARS OF THE
Or a very Superior Quality !
Ed. Hoffsciilaeger ic Stapeuhorst,
2Srm Jjtntt for the LAHAIXA SLUAR C.
Sugar and Molasses!
From the PUntiticn of J. MAKEE.
CROP OF ISO 1.
by a) C. BREWER CO
A lYcwaml Ingenious Applica
tion of Wafer Power.
A new application cf a water power has been
invented bv Sir W. Armstrong, of big gun cele
brity, lie first applied it at Newcastle, where
the general level of the town is vt?ry much above
that of the wharves of the harbor, and the water
works ia consequence provided a very tall column
of water at the lower levels. Of this he availed
himself by applying the pressure so obtained to
force a piston along a water tight cylinder, and
with simple multiplying gear the cranes on the
quays were made by the mere turning of a cock,
to raise any weight their construction could
support. By applying the water power altern
ately on loth siJes of the piston and acting on a
cracked axle as done in the steam engine a
water engine was next invented, capable of exert
ing any amount of power that could be obtained
from the height of the column of water and the
amount of' supply.
When a sumcient head of water is available,
or where the work is intermittent, this is one of
the most successful applications of water power
yet invented. Pipes are conducted to every part
of the back premises under the pavement, from
a reservoir at the top of a tall tower. At the
foot of every crane, under the piston of every
hoist, at every lock-gate, unseen and noiseless,
the power lies dormant ; but a woman's band,
applied to a small handle, will set in motion a
force sufficient to raise a mass weighing fifty or
one hundred tons, either to place it in the hold
of a ship, or deposit it in any spot within reach
of the arms of the crane. With equal ease the
gates of locks 100 feet in width are opened or
shut, and the smallest as well as the heaviest
works of the dockyard done, without a stranger
being able to perceive what it is that sets every
thing in motion.
A DESIRAULK COTTAGE IX NIT-
AXU VALLEY, with pleasant far Jen and
encled pasture fr one or two horses ; occupied
at present by J. G. liit. E-Q. S-iitable lor a family or
sincle centlemen. for farther p.-vrticu'ar enquire of
404-3m U. STANGENWALD, I. D.
ONE OR TWO DESIRABLE COT-
Apr' j to
t05-2;n JOIIX THOMAS WATERHOTSK.
Desirable Real Estate and Residence
X THE ESTATE CALLED "THE
fftW WILLOWS." in PALAMA. the property
JZJlL and residence cf JOIIX E. BARNARD. The
House is lare a&d convenient, with Ursre Drawing Room,
Library, Dining Roots, and fire other rooms, with a verandah
10 fcet wide all in good repair the premises being only four
years old. There are also Servant-rooms, Harness-room and
Stat le on the premises.
The Garden and Pad Jock consist cf i acres of very Hen
soiL with two streams of water running through the Garden the
who'.e year. There are on the premises many varieties of
beautiful trees, such as Cypresses. Australian Gums. 150
Peaoh trees, oit-stly in fall hearing ; 73 fine Mangoe trees. aUo
Loqaat Apple and Pear Trees, and several hundred Grape
Vines of the choicest Tarieties in fall bearirg ; also a large
"variety of Roses, Oleanders and Lilies. Terms Literal.
Apply to JOIIX E. BARNARD,
Or J. V. AUSTIN.
Honolulu, March 29, 1S61. 410-lm
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAHAINA !
HOP COM IXC IN AXD FOR SALE IX
quantities to suit purchasers by
410-Cni ALDKICII, WALKER & CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From Xiihuc Plantation !
ROP t'O.M I 0 IV ASt FOR. SALE IV
quantities to suit parchaer by
410-3m A LDRICII. WALKER Jt CO.
Sugar and Molasses
FROM JIETCALF PLANTATION !
CRO! COMIXG IX AXD FOR SALE IX
quantities to suit purchasers by
ALDRICH. WALKER ir CO.
KAIWIKI PLANTATION !
Susrsirs and Molasses,
OW COMING IX AXD FOR SALE IX
"qoanUt.es to su.t, by
XMo MELC1IER5 h CO.
C. BREWER 5t Co., Agents,
SUGAR and MOLASSES
TOW COMING IX AXD r OK SALE IX
- w qaactXes to su.t purchasers.
SUGAR V JTIOLASSES.
CROP COMING IN. For sile by
41'2-3ai ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
JUDH. WILIER k JU1,
Are now manufacturing at
400 tons of Sugar, which they oSTer to
sell at reasonable prices, as it arrives.
For sale also,
MOLASSES in Barrels.
G. 1. JI DD. Afirat.
Cnxerof Fort an 1 Mcrvhftst struts, ncixla'.u.
DLTVom IXoiiii; I.oii5
Via SAN FRANCISCO.
1 1 A I.F C 1 1 EST SOOI.ONC I'Oll'llOXG
t f? TKA
A nd for '.e at
MELCIIEKS Jfc CO.
MELCHERS & Co.
Have Just Received
T?er Hawaiian 33 ark
B, W. WOOD,
IXGLISII FANCY PRINTS, New Style,
Htnte cr-ttocs. Brown c ttocs.
Clue cottons, Krown ln!!.
RM ticking. IlicVory stripe, blue denims.
Self and white moleskin,
Victoria Uwcs, Black Orleans,
Blue and Mack broadcloth,
Cjljred flannels, White flannels.
Merinos and barege,
White book inaalin,
CoOoa re! ret.
Plain turkey red,
Printed cotton and j.vc handkerchiefs
W"hite and colored marseiiles.
White and trey woolen blankets.
Black, brown and bleached linen thread,
Assorted sewinir cotton.
Assorted spool cotton U ROOKS
Scarlet woolen comforters.
Blue denim frocks and trowers,
White, pink and stripped cotton undershirts.
Blue pilot jackets.
Ladies' white stockings.
Girl's white and colored stockings,
Children's socks and sukings,
Gent's raw and mixed cotton socks,
(Jeci's buckskin and cloth pants,
Gent's checked and fancy cotton pacts,
Gent's blue flannel shirts,
Blue flannel waterproof socks,
Blue flannel shirts,
Superior felt hats.
Common felt hats,
Ladies'' and children's slra tat, ass'bl
Ladies' siik rests,
Ladies' mittecs and gloves.
Ladies' and gent's kid gloves,
Black silk velvet ribbons.
Fancy and black silk ribbons.
Sardines i tins. Vinegar in .demijohns,
Crushed and powdered sugar,
French capers. Smoked sausages
Shelled almonds in demijohns.
DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS,
Stearin candles. White soap.
HAVE ON HAND
EX LATE ARRIVALS :
BLACK mid BLUE BROADCLOTH,
Black and fancy feathers.
Black and fancy silk ribbons.
Black and fancy silk velvet ribbons.
Black and fancy silk velvet bracelets.
White linen handkerchiefs,
Black silk cravats.
Woolen table covers.
Gent's merino shirts and drawers,
Men's heavy woolen stockir.ps.
Men's black and grey felt hats,
Assorted straw hats,
Sailers' pocket knives,
Sa;erior pen and pocket knives,
Silver plated and German silver soup ladles.
Silver plated and German silver tea and table spoons,
Needles. Post chains.
Table knives and forks. Jocket books,
Purte-ir.onnaies, Cigar cases,
P rawer and gilt framed looking glasst-s,
J ace and gilt frame mirrors, ta tout cas,
Plain and fancy porous water bottles,
Woolen girths, P aying cards,
Muhogauy sofa taMcs. Mahogany chests of drawers,
Mahogany dinner service tables.
Mahogany sewing tables, Mahogacy small tables,
Oak polished wardn-bes.
Blacked calf skins.
German and Belgian clue,
Birch I rooms. Fire bricks.
Sheet lead. Sheet tine,
Lead pipes. Ear iron.
White. Mack and gr?eo oil paints.
Lamp black. Whiiing,
French and wrought iron nails,
Decklicl ts. Clay piies,
DUNDEE HEMP CANVAS
A-iicl Sail Twine !
And. Mailer's LACIER nETIt, in Quart,
Cherry c rJial and Ni rdhauser bnn lywiae,
Sis herbs bitters.
Finest Jamaica rum. in cases.
Fine old cognac in cases.
Genuine lit Hand gin. key bran J,
IVrt wine in quarts and pints.
An assortment of the choicest
Ever imported here, and selected expressly
for this market, consisting- of
IS IT JOHAXMSHERGER,
130 C. CISKMIEniER,
1837 LIE B FR. VI EX MILCH,
IlritUicck & Co.. Rheim. in qunrii i. pinl
Crockery and Window Glasses,
IN COMPLETK ASSORTMENTS.
Children- Toys, &c, fcc.
Just Received per late Arrivals
AND FOR SALE AT THE
JOBBING WAREHOUSE OT
J. T. Waterhouse,
i.MOSKEAC AND OTHER DEMMS,
TjL Plue Cottocs aa.1 Blue I'nlls.
IV-.nts. Turkey Ked and H 'Ckory Stripes.
Frcwn Cottcn. heavy i-.d l:cit 36 inch wide,
B ue. Green. White arid Scarlet Blatkets,
Muslims. IvlaiDf s. Yic: ria Lawns.
Heavy llickory Shir.. V h.te and P.egra Sliirts,
Stnethir.j very superior in While Shirts,
Vrderh;rts. lrawer, Guernsey Frocks.
Kcgiish and Amerlcac Saddle. End. Spurs, 6-c,
WhiV: Cottons and Wtit lTJls. M&lesiis.
Tweeds. Men's, Women's and Children "s Hc:ery,
S.Ik. Liten tzA Coa.:n Ilar-iifi T.-rfr! s-i
Brooks' Sl-vX.l Ccton. CLrk" bIrV WV. c.t !
Card Mau-hes. Axes. Native Oo's. Saws.
Harlwire aad Celery, Met', Woaiea's asJ Children's
BoC'ts nd Shoes.
Black. White, W B acd Trab Lirea Thread,
Kemseae Lasps ar.d Kerc-sece OiU
Caif Skies. n Grindery. Sa.id.ery,
Affithn Yesis. Pea Jackets, Carp. Bg.
M A.MLA ROPK.sjs,i. j. j. f, 1. li iMl ia.
V 2U1 a very large variety cf most dcsinbie frdj.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOrSE,
411-Cai Bib Hive St : re, Qaeea's WTr
" -lliilliim in Parvo,''
To Country Customers !
rflHE IXDERSIOXEI) HAS JtiT RECETYED
Jl a fresh supply ol STAPLE arid FANCY GOODS, well
suited to the COU TRi aai wocU cit criers for ih
Qaeea e W harf, March 11. 14. t-j.'-in
H. HACEFELD & GO.
FROM BREMEN !
JUST ARRIVED !
The Following Cargo of
Selected fbi tliis Xarlcet :
English Turkey red and yellow prints,
Pink and yeUo- j
Fancv New styles.
Two llue " j
Plain TarV'.-y red cottons, 'White cottons,
lirown cotta, Ilue cottons, 15!ue denims,
Ked tickiar. Hickory stripes, 'White cuttoa drill,
Imitation l.nen drill. Cotton pant stuff.
Plaid coburgs. Worsted lasting,
Cotu.n TeUcts, Fancy printed cotton velvets.
Colored an 1 fancy Saxon flannels. White flannels.
Muslin de '.aine, llarege,
Scotch ginghams. llelgian gingham?,
V hite linen. Black coburgs. Black alpaccas,
Oregon ctt-cks. Mourning muslins,
Printed tnuilins. Bishop lawns Victoria lawns,
Tape chtck muslins, Embroidered muslius,
White boo'i muslins, Mosquito netting,
Blue and Mack broad cloths,
White linen sheetings,
Linen and cotton table damasks.
Bunting, ted, white, and blue.
Blue pilot cloth jackets.
Blue pilot cloth pants.
Black and blue cloth pants,
Cashmere sack coats.
Cloth sack coats,
Black and blu: cloth mantles,
Grey woolen trowsers,
White Marseilles vests,
White L. B. shirts.
Men's grey and white mer.no socks.
Men's brt'Wn and LleacheC cxtton socks.
Women's black and white cotton stockings,
Children's cotton socks and stockings,
Men's grey merino undershirts, heavy.
Men's heavy woolen socks and stockings,
Men's fine merino undershirts,
Pink coton undershirts.
Men's fd: hats, large assortment, new style,
Bov's hats and caps, ")
Girl's straw hats. Large assortments, new style.
Ladies' S'.raw hats. J
Men's all hokin saddles. English.
Men's lirltatii-n hrTr?ktn saddles, i-nglUb,
French saddles, new styles,
Cotton aid worsted saddle girths,
Tinned tits and spurs.
LIQUORS, WIXES, &c.
Cases best Martell's brandy.
Brandy in 5 and 10 gallon kegs,
Genuiae Holland gin,
Caes superior claret,
CUret in hogsheads.
London potter in quarts and pints,
Hamburg porter in quarts and pints,
Cses best India ale aie ia quarts and pints,
Hogsheads draught ale, Bass Co.,
" - J. Jeffreys 4- Co.,
Portwine, Sherry. Bitters,
Champagne in qtsacd pints, RuTnart per Reims.
Jacquesson fils, ChaVai.
English hemp canvass No. 00, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, T,
Large assortment cf bet RussiAn cordage 1J to 4 inches,
Manila oordace, i. 1. li. li inch,
English hetrp a:l twine,
Yellow metal shearing 16 to Co ox.,
Copper and in"u pump tacks,
Sjjierio.- Er.glish white xinc paint, in iron cans,
" lead, in iron cans,
" " dark green paict, in iron cans.
Black paint. Chr-me green,
Pars green. hed Leal,
Venilia1 re-1. Yellow ochre.
Boiltnl linseed oil, in irvn cans,
Spirits if turen:ine.
Pitch, Paint and marking bruiln.
Rape ?ed, Canary seed, Carraway d, ia deaj johus,
Prunes in tins, lti.l-i each,
Kaisins in qr and hf boxes.
Currents in jars. 10:is each,
AVestphalia h-tss. Sausa.'r?,
Sardiues iu qr and hf tins,
Crushed sugar, I-f sugar, CanL;cs,
Norwegian codtish ia qr truxt-e,
Black i-eprer in bags,
L'verp-1 yei'ow soap,
HARD WARE Ac.
Enc'.l-h bcr iron, asvrrted,
SweJ ish bar ir'-n, do-
Fencics wire. Nc-s. 4. 5. 6,
Hoop Iron. . i. 1 and li inch.
Irn tinne-l saacepass and teakettles,
Shot. Percussion cps. Sheet i"ne.
Muskets. Butcher knives. Jack kr.ive.
I'en arl Pocket knives. Knives and forks,
Jewsharps, Taik-r's thiiabies.
Silver plated thimbles.
Larre asscrrmer.t grey, white, blue anl green woolen Blankets,
Printed c-xton h.r'.kerchirrfs, silk finish; Cambric hdkfs,
M hite muslin hdfs. printed b-jrier,
Silk ccnhs. large size.
Silk p-r,; hdkfs, prilled bfTder,
Linen ar.d co tton Turkish towels.
Linea thrtad, brown, bieachel ami black; Shoe thrtd.
Coals' sp-l cx-tton. Alena lice. Giribai-ii laces,
Velvrt ribo-jr.s, silk and cotton,
V"hi:e i:nea vpe.
V'ooien shwls. Cashmere shawl.
Mohair and silk mantlrs,
i. aoJ P. l-ations. Agte buttons,
:etal ti t-.'e bu:t.as.
Cotton curtain frlr.g-s. Silk cmbrellas.
Look in? elaAses. a Urge ass-irtmect.
French calfskins, Blacksmith's ooaT,
l'layiag carls. Oil sh-ooks.
Kps- 'to sits,
S-iiia a-h in rriginal casks.
Assortmert fine GLASSWARE
B rch fcrcJ.
pittoc-ns, G:lt raocM;n?,
Ecr'.ish trv brck. s-ioare and arch. Printitg rap-r,
P.TtIar.d cetsent, Ko-.o paper,
Coarse acd See dairy salt. Toilet soap,
Ger.aice F-u de Cclagr.e,
hi gany hookcav-s.
Jaccararia eay chairs an l tables.
CaDe seat c :airs and sofas,
Market and ki'e tasketa,
A large asmer.t of STATIONERY, consisting of Eichacge
books, Blar.k books. Letter paper. Fot-lscap patr, Prmtnsory
Notes, Ntie pap-r, LLl papr. Blotting iar'cr. Lead i-enc-.ls,
Carpenter's it-clis. Steel peas, Pone gaieties, etc., etc., etc.
FIELD & RICE,
31 anJ 33 HKOADMAY,
K.KNVM W. FIELD. WILLIAM B.
D. C. HTtl'SR.
J. C. MERRILL
.11 cit vi? it v iii:i:kii,i,,
t!C nucl iti California, street,
AIO, AGENTS OF THE
San Francisco & Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention given to the sale and purchase of mer
chandise, ships business, supplying whaleships, negotiating
XT All freight arrivinr at San Francisco, by or to the Ho
nolulu Lir.e of Packets, will be forwarded fres of commission.
XT Exchange on Honolulu bought and old. XI
Messrs. Wilcox, Richard: & Co.,
II. Hacefkld & Co...........
" C Brewer ir Cj.,.
" Biswof At Co. ,
Ir It. A iHD -
Hon. K. H. Allen,
1 C. Waterman, Esq.,
WIGHTMAN k HARDIE !
xt, :v T3 li n: ,
415 and 418 Clay Street,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
Foreign mid Domestic
CARPETS, OIL flOIIIS, MATTIES,
For sale in quantities to suit.
HONOLULU, H. I.
IS THE LARGEST AXU BEST ARRANGED
HOTEL on the Islands. It contains all the modern
improvements, and every convenience for the Com
fort of ill Patron.
Persons visiting this Hotel, can be served with meals and
refreshments of the best the market affords.
The Sleeping Rooms are large and well ventilated. The
suites of Rooms are well arranged and completely furnished ;
and the house will continue to be kept as a FIRST CLASS
HOTEL, in every respect.
A LARGE AND VARIED
AT MY TWO STORES,
A. S. CLEGHORTT.
PUBIiIO 1TOTIOS !
Jt INTo. 105
A. 2Tcw Assortment of:
Goods at tliis Store, I
JUST RECEIVED ! j
WHICH HAVE BREN Manafarlare4 in :
E.GLA. . IRELAyO. SCOT.J.D, FRAXCE. I
the L'NITED STATES, and other eour.tries. zr i-Siitucc !
.V AXILLA an4 CHIXA.
There will I fjan-1 csany things f: Babies as well as their
Maurcas and Iaras, wi-.h due forethought for Your.j Men
and Mtiden as weil as the ArsI.
Some cf these goods have been pai.1 f -r in Sterling Es- ;
ehacre at 4s. 6 the dollar, ecahtlss the seller to mark uieta a i
little tow-r in price th-se tixes when p3s coit so rerv hih j
ic cxequenoe cf the Cottot faxain,
There wii! be foand sotnethinz Tery nice in TRIMMED i
BOXNETS, jaitahl f all ctnpleiions, an.1 calculated '
to make no cne Kxk ugUtr than they really are, although thers 1
is an ais-.Ttceit of " '
CORILLA BONNET FRONTS ! j
which are more Anaconda-like than otherwise. j
ALSO S-cae very j r-tty FLOWERS, exactly like j
IliTinesi and Featheis,
Cf all cobrs, with aa almost endless Tariety of kc. 4c. kc. kc.
,r JOUX TII0MAS WATERnorSE.
.MUSICIANS' TUMXG FORKS.
JpKJR SAL.E BV
II. M. WHITNEY
JANION, GREEN & EHODES,
Victoria Vancoarrr' Ilnnd.
X. B. Particular attention paid to consignments of Sandw.Q
Victoriiv, V. I., January 1. 1S63. 407-ly
EDWARD BOSQU! & CO.-
517 Clay Street, San Francisco,
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER RULERS
Account Book Manufacturers,
Binnli of nil kind Printnl and Rulrd to any
3 cairriTTS mobcax.
C. S. EiTHiVAT
K. F. ST05S
MORGAN, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Pan Francisco, CaL
T. S. Hathawar Esq w Bedford
Messrs. T. Jt A. K. Nye
Swift Perry 44
" Grinnell Minturn & Co., New York
John M. Forbes Esq., Boston,
Messrs. Perkins & Smith New London,
Daniel C. Waterman Esq .......Honolulu.
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Thb riox. UrDsos's Bat Co
Messrs Dasl. Oibii & Co
Messrs. Alpricb. Walkbh A: Co
Mr. Jamcs I. Dowsktt
....Victoria, V. I.
TOBIN, MEAGHER & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
"WHITE GOODS, VAXKE E XOTIOXS
Hosiery, Gloves, Pocket Cutlery,
Linen and Silk HMW'fs., Combs and Brushes,
Embroideries, Laces, Perfumery, Playing Cards,
Ladies and Gents' Furnish- Fancy Soaps,
Taper and Envelope,
AVe have on hand the largest and best assorted stock on the
Tacific Coast, to which we are receiving constant additions
We invite buyers to examine before purchasing.
All orders entrusted to us will receive cur particular attention.
TOBIX, MEAGHER & CO.
219 to 205 Battery, corner Sacramento St.,
401 to 400 Sacramento Street, (up stairs.)
410-6m San Francisco.
rfMIE SUBSCRIBERS NOW OFFER FOR
M. sale at Wholesale or Retail a large assortment of all kinds
of FARMIXU IMPLEMEXTS. among which will be tund :
Steel plows of all kinds and sizes, by case cf 10 each or single,
Cast plows, all sixes. Side Hill plows, cast and steel, all sixes,
Horse hoes, expanding and reversable teeth.
Cultivators, doable mould board and Shovel plows,
Hinge harrows, with 24, 30, 36 and 42 teeth,
OX Shovels or scrapers. Corn shelters. Corn mills,
Farm mills. Portable flour mills, IS inch. 18, 20r24 inch.
( Each stone made of ono piece of the best Burr stone.)
Vine, Lard and Cider presses. Hay or Cotton press.
Cotton gins, Garden seed sowers, (small and large size,)
Wheel Barrows, (all Eizes and styles,)
Oxyokes and bows, (all sizes,) Churns, (all kinds,)
Whiffle trees sets for 1. 2 or 3 horses, Trace and ox chains,
Spades, Shovels, Steel scoops. Hoes, Axes, Steel rakes,
Horse rakes, (all kinds,) Hay or Straw Cutters, (all sizes,)
Picks, Axe. Pick and boe handles.
Grindstones by cask or single, (all sizes.) Grindstone Hangings,
Plow trimmings. Moulds, Landsides,
Points of nil kinds, 11 arrow -teeth. Horse powers.
Portable steam engines, Reapers, Mowers, Threshers,
Horse carts, kc.
All of which we will sell at the Lottett City Price.
J. D. ART11TR & SON",
Importers and Dealers.
410-3xn Cor. Davis and Washington sts. San Francisco.
J. R. Richamm. Joels McCaaatw,
San Francisco. Portland.
Richards & McCracken.
HAVING BEEX ENGAGED IXOt'R PRE
sent basaess . cf-waris i stv;2 years, and t--ir:g
Leased sn a f-rt prxx trSei txi-ii-rj-. we are prrparfi to reotivs
arl disje of IsOai surges, saf& as Saar, Kjot, S yrcps, Pnla,
Cor?, Af-, to ajTantAj-e- CcosirneEis epciiijy a.l'catej
f r the OresvQ markev, to which persocaJ a erticn w;"J y 1,
aal cpoa which ckfh advances wUl be made when reuircM.
SAX FRAXCISCO REFEREXCES -Chas.
W. Br:iH k Co Badger & Linder.bcrg,
McRaer & Merrill, Js. Patrick Co.
Fred. Ikea, W. F. C4emaa 4r Co.
Stevens, Baker k Co.
PORTLAXD REFEREXCES .
AlVen & Lewis, Ladd & Flitoc. Leociard k Green.
CHAS. WOLCOTT BRiX'S;, W. rtaSC lI.p, U11I W. VlLt, J
CHAS. W. BROOKS k CO.,
HAXVAIIAN PACKET LINE
OFFICE 3 1 1 SaiMur St.. corner Mrrrhaul,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Parrhase.SMpcsent ar.d Silet f Mrrrhaii:se ; t Ft.r
wardir.g an-i Trariij.oirct t f t.;o..l ; the ChartT-.te atl Sa
of VesseL-! ; the Sjp'.yin- of WtALij ; aai the got at ion
Exchange ca Ilonolalo in sacs to suit,
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS,
Alts-jce. Walks ir Co . T J. nrmvat FjBtoc
llosulala. i lies st A. Ffctxrc, 4
Btj. F.Sicow.Fs-i-, i RtTtit. :i A C.,
C. P.kswek & Cv j rnjj Jc Co.. New York.
Rtsfior C - Fjild Rjck, -
Tb ?rf xcfr, r.i-. Hilx ; 11. Fc- i C. Shar.tae.
ALl-XaSK 4- Co Knsn. Zt-lr
Eveiy Tlmrday rorninjj.
Ctt aso Isljisd 5rascxirr3s, 6.C-0 a Tsaa.
The sabsct-.pti-jn price for parf rwardrd toacy yartof Alce
rica is f OJperansatn. h;ch ir.ciule the Anscricaa ai-l Ha
waiian r-staces. Al! pajrr for Eon-?n j-ort, w.'l t- chanred
t.,e p-:tage detuande.1 at the rot-o25re, whict. varies frca 4 to
S cects tn each single jaer.
XT Sr9ra5rr:os TaTaBtc Alwst i Apvasct.
XT CTaaiunic:kas frcta all par s of the Pacific will always
be very acceptable.
(Commercial printing (Offices
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BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
BOOKS. BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
CAT.VLOOTES. BILLS OF LADING.
BILLHEADS. CONSULAR FLANKS,
CIRCI I ARS. BLANK DEEDS.
AUCTION BILI.S, HAND MLI-S.
XT VISITING. BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS printed
oa a " Yankee Card Press.'" ia the highest style of the art.
XT All adrrrtirmrnt. payable in adinmce.jn
1 trfr. 3 ri. 1 mo. Sw. tm.
Five Lines $1.00 $1 $2.00 $S 00 f4.0
Ten Lines 1.50 2 00 3.00 4 25 .0
Fifteen L:aes 2.00 2.W . S.fO 5 25 S.23
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Thirtv"Lin-s 3.25 4.00 i 50 9 SO 14.00
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