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San Francisco, we havearera from that city to
tho 2Sth May, and telegraphic dates from the
Eaat to the "25th, inclusive. The following is a
lummarj of the Dews :
New York, May 19th. A Richmond paper of
the 16th acknowledges that Lee met with a defeat
on Thursday, nnd Ftates that the slaughter was
terrible ; no particulars known. The paper adds
that Jeff. Davis received a dispatch from Lee,
which has been kept secret. (en. Kautz's cav
alry U now moving on Koanoko Station, with the
intention of dwtroyinj; the great iron bridge over
the Staunton river. If euccesvful he will return
by City Point, and will end any efforts of the
reoeis io repair me aesiroyeu oriuges on me
Petersburg and Weldon roadd.
A ppecial to the Times, dated Headquarters
Army of the Potomac, Wednesday morning,
ays: The struggle this moment began with
skirmishing on the right. You may fully expect
a great and bloody, and we trust decisive battle.
Cairo, May 19th. In the late capture of Yazoo
City the rclels at e paid to have been badly worst
ed. They lost heavily in killed and wounded.
The future movements of McArthur arc un
known. Gen. Banks has been ordered to report at New
Boston, May 19th. The Richmond Eiaminer,
of the lGth, fays : Th i enemy have concentrated
in Yirginia; if beaten there, they will lw beaten
everywhere; if they win there," they win every
thing. Tho war and the Confederacy might
continue, but if Virginia w lost the present Con
federate organization will not, proluiMy, survive.
Szvr York, May l'.Uh. A special to the Tri- j
tune Iroiu the Ilcadqu irters of the .Army of the j
Potomac at 1 p. v., of the 18th says : The desul- j
tory firing which co nmenced at daybreak has j
grown into a very considerable kittle. The j
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eniuiy uwcovenrg ire cnanges oi josiuon mat
had been made last night took advantage of the
same, and were foum. to have masod all their
strength on our right, designing doubtless to
make another desperate assault to break our lines
and get at the supply trains. This movement of
the enemy occasioned the reoccupation of our old
position of yesterday. In the effort to do this
the Second Corps, occupying our extreme right,
became engaged, and the ttruggle was kept up
morer less severely to noon. TVday our troopn
were advanced to within very close range of their
(rebel) earthworks, when a murderous fire of
artillery was opened, occaioning considerable
loss, but our guns were soon got in osition, and
under cover of their fire we charged and took
their first line of rifli'-f-i ts, oaf. lured sx consider
able number of prisoners and several of their
guns. At the present writing there is a cessation
of the firing. The indications are that there will
be no more fightitig until to-morrow. The rebel
loss is believed to be greater than ours, notwith
standing the momentary advantage of their artil
lery range upon us.
Washington, May 19th. Reports from Gen.
Sherman command, dated Kingston, Georgia,
2r,M to-day, announce that Sherman had reach
el Kingston and encamped there last night. This
morning he advanced upon the enemy, who again
retreated. The dispatches state that while they
were being written, Hooker's and Howard's guns
were hammering at Johnston, and the two armies
se in plain fight of each other, two miles east of
Kingston. Davis division of the Fourteenth
Corps are in possession of Rome. Sherman reports
the. weather pleasant, the roads good, ana the
country more open and less mountainous.
A dispatch from Bermuda Hundred, the ISth,
ays that on Monday the rebels came out of their
entrenchments in front of Fort Darling, and
made three advances, all of which were promptly
and energetically repulsed with a loss to them of
one thousand or fifteen hundred, while our loss
was but slight. Butler, hating ascertained that
Beauregard had been heavily reinforced, and
learning from Richmond papers that -everal miles
of the Danville road had been destroyed, and
that the dams, locks, and embankments of the
canal leading to Richmond were also destroyed,
decided to fall back from Darling, and gave
Our army securely arrived behind our own
line of entrenchments. Several of Longtreet9
men were captured, who stated that his whole
army was co-operating with Beauregard. The
object or our demonstration ajruinst Fort Darling
was fjr the purpose of drawing oil a many of
Lee's troop as possible, and also to attract the
attention of the rebel forces in and about Rich
mond, to enable Gen. Kautz nore effectually to
destroy their comtnur icatiotid south.
Xtw York, May 29. A dispatch from the
headquarters of the Army, Wedneslay evening,
eays : " At five this morning the Sixth Corps,
supported by Hancock's division on the right,
and Burnside's on the left, advanced against the
enemy's works. The riCe-pi in front were
those which had been abandoned by us, and were
filled with relel harhooters, who were soon
dislodged and driven through the second line and
behind the thick and imjenetrable aliattis of the
most formidable character. On examination it
was deemed best not t j attempt t charge through
this barricade, and t'.ie troojs fell hack in good
order, esosed to a gi-iling fire ot shell and can
nister from both darks. Our losses were about
eight hundred killed and wounded. Burnside's
corps was partly eng: ged and lost of the above
number a!xut one-foi rth. An attack was made
by the enemy on our eft in the afternoon where
Warren had posted car batteries and soon drove
the enemv back, silencing their guns. All was
quiet at 6 p. m."
A later dispatch Tated May 19, 6 a. m. says
we have just receive; intelligence that Ginney's
Station, on the Fret ericksburg and Richmond
Railroad, was entered last night by our scouts,
who captured the telegraph office and station. A
large quantity of supplies were destroyed.
The Hcr-ilcTs Washington special says the
fiction on Wednesday at Spottsylvania resulted
in a success for Grant, in gaining the advantage
in his position on thi enemy's right. This ws
the object of the attick by Grant. Our entire
loss will not exceed one thousand killed, wounded
and missing. No Genetul officers were either
killed or wounded. Up to 10 o'clock on Thurs
day the battle had not been renewed. The
position occupied by Lee is a vast entrenched
camp, whose natural strength has been increased
bjthe erection of formidable fortifications which
were built long ago in anticipation of their
need. Lee manifests no disposition to come out
cf his defence. Every opportunity ha been
offered him to do so. A change in the position
of our forces has been made with the view of
compiling him to accept a battle beyond his
Cincinnati, May 21st. A dispatch from
Gaulv Brid"e gives an account of a brilliant
victory by Geo. Averill, on the 8th, with the main
body of Crook's army. Averill reached a point
within -ur wiles of Wytheviile and here en
countered the enemy 4,(HJ0 strong, under Sam
Jones. The fight lasted four iiours, but he suc
ceeded in driving them back, killing and wound
ing many, and capturing a number of prisoners.
The rebels retreated under cover of darkness.
Our loss was one hundred and twenty. Averill
then effectually destroyed the railroad thence to
a point four miles east of Chrietianburg. At
this place a small body of rebels was encountered
who hastily retreated.
New York, May 21st. Howard, formerly
attached to the Times, has been arrested, and
confesses himself the author of the recent bogus
proclamation. He says he palmed it off on the
Journal here for gold stock operations.
The Times has the following from the Army
of the Potomac, of the 20th, G A. M. : About
one in the afternoon, yesterday, the enemy's left,
in the vicinity of Spottsylvania, made a detour
to the west, and crossed the Ny river, and about
5 P. M., struck the Fredericksburg road near
our right Hank, breaking out within three quar
ter? of a mile of the headquarters of Generals
Grant and Meade. The only troops we had on
the ground at the time were a couple of regi
ments. Tyler's Division was soon brought up,
and with the remainder of the force met the
rebel attack, driving the enemy back into the
woods; where the reikis had formed, before him.
Considering the rawness of his troops they fought
well when once fairly under fire, and in the end
showed the utmost bravery. The rebel loss was
quite hcav-, and will probably reach one thou
sand killed and wounded. They gave way in
confusion, and scattered through the woods.
The repulse of the rebels rests exclusively with
Tyler, and the heavy artillery division, though
Birney's diision, of the Second Corps, and
afterwards the Fifth Corps, were sent to his
support, and formed in line, enabling Tyler to
withdraw after driving the enemy several miles
and clearing Ny Valley. The confusion of the
rebels npeared great, the major portion of
Rhodes' division scattering in the woods.
The Tribune's special, from Headquarters the
19th, 9 P. M., says communication is open as
usual to-night, and supplies are ixmring in.
Frm this point rebels have been bringing sup
plies from Bowling Green, their railroad station.
It is now believed that they bring supplies across
to the Xy from the Virgir.ia Central Railroad, a
distance of twenty miles.
Washington, May 21st. 10 P. M. Dispatches
from Sherman state that our forces found in
Rome a god deal of proisions and seven fine
iron works, with machinery. We have secured
two good bridges and an excellent ford across the
Etawah. Cars are now arriving at Kingston.
Cairo, May 22. Admiral Porter's flag-ship j
has arrived at Mound City, and rejorts the en- i
tire fleet out of the lied river, the dam having
caused a sufficient height of water on the 13th
to enaMe them to move. Our forces evacuated
Alexandria last week, and moved towards Simms
tort. Part of the fleet was much annoyed in
inssing out by the giurrillas, who lined the
banks letween Alexandria and Fort de Russsy,
and at the time captured the City Belle, Early
and Portsmouth, thirty miles below Alexandria.
Several officers and about five hundred troops
Delegates to represent Louisiana at the Balti
more Convention were elected on the 16th. Tho
action of the Convention was harmonious, the
members endorsing the general policy, civil and
military, of the Administration It also approved
of the military and civil course of Banks, and
the policy ol Governor Hahn.
The Times'' special says : No lighting since the
rebel attack on our communications with Fred
ericksburg. On Thursday a rebel Lieutenant
was captured, who states that Lee's army lelorc
the battles numbered between eighty and ninety
thousand men. His losses have been between
twenty-five and twenty-eight thousand. He also
says that the rebel army has plenty of provisions.
Washington, May 23. A dispatch from Ad
miral Porter, of the 10th, states that the portion
ot the squadron above the falls, at Alexandria,
were released from their unpleasant position by
the labors of Col. Bradley, acting engineer of the
Nineteenth Corps, who proposed and built the
dam GOO feet aeross the river at the lower falls
which enabled the vessels to pass the shoals, and
obstructions placed in the river by the enemy, in
Official reports from the Department show that
within eight days after the battle of Spottsylva
nia many thousand Federal troops were forward
ed to Grant. The whole army has been amply
supplied with full rations. Upwards of twenty
thousand sick and wounded have been trausferred
from the field to the Washington hospitals. Over
eight thousand prisoners have been transported
from the field, and a large amount of artillery
and other implements of war have been brought
away. Several thousand cavalry horses have been
forwarded, and the Army of the Potomac is now
fully as strong in numbers, and better equipped
than when the campaign began. Several thou
sand reinforcements have also been forwarded to
the other armies in the field, and ample supplies
to all. During the same time over thirty thou
sand volunteers for one hundred days have been
mustered into service, clothed, armed, equipped
and transported to their respective positions.
Washington, May 22. On Friday evening
Grant commenced a movement for the purpose of
compelling Lee to abandon his position at Spott
sylvania, the details of w hich, lor obvious reasons,
should not bo made public. It has thus far pro
gressed successfully. Imgstreet's Corps started
south at 1 o'clock on Saturday morning, an hour
and a half after Hancock moved. E well's corps
followed Longstreet last night. Indications are
that the relwl army has fallen back beyond the
North Anna river. Grant's movements, thus far,
have been accomplished without anv severe en
gagenient or serious interruption. N e now oc
cupy Guinney's Station, Mil ford Station and
south cf the Matt.tpony on that line.
New York, May 21th. A IL ralJ correspon
dent with Butler, gives an account of the mid
night assault by the rebels on the night previous.
Our pickets received their fire and gradually fell
back, when the artillery opened upon the advanc
ing rebels with withering discharges of grape and
canister from the siege guns and light batteries
brought to bear, and the rebels were mowed down
like grass. They still advanced, and were given
another slaughtering discharge, when they halted.
A rebel caisson exploded, scattering death in all
directions. . The gunboats on the Appotnatx
joined in shelling the wods where the rebel re
serves wore stationed, and finally the reikis, find
ing our forces so well prepared, withdrew, leaving
their dead on the field. Our defences were con
structed by some our !ct engineers, and are
considered almost i n pregnable.
It is reported that the gunboats of the Potomac
flotilla have removed all obstructions in the Rap
pahannock. There is nothing addi'ional from Grant's army.
The Washington Republican, of last evening,
says our army on Sunday noon was fifteen miles
beyond Spottsylvania Court-house, and everything
was progressing satisfactorily.
The Richmond Enquirer admits heavy losses in
the battles with Butler last week, and toots them
up at 1.500.
But little is received in regard to Grant's last
movement, Secretary Stanton having requested
the papers not to publish anything on the subject
Nashville. May 24. The Journal is advised
that General Jol n II. Morgan, at the head of five
or six thousand cavalry troop", i at Abingdon,
Virginia, and contemplates au immediate raid
into Kentucky, ria Round Gap. Our forces are
ready to give him a warm reception.
War Department, Washington, Midnight,
May 24. A disjmteh from Grant, dated eleven
o'clock on Monday night, states that the army
moved from its position to the North Anna, fol
lowing Lee's army closely. The Fifth and Sixth
Corpa marched by way of Harris' store to
Jenicks' Ford. The Filth Corps efiected a cross
ing, getting into a fashion without much oppo
sition. Shortly after, however, they were vio
lently attacked, and handsomely repulsed the
assault without much loss to us. We captured
some prisoners. Everything looks exceedingly
Another dispatch, giving the details of the
movements of our army and speaking of the rebel
assault on Warren's position, says he was at
tacked with great vehemence. I have never
heard more rapid firing, either of artillery or
musketry. Ths attack resulted iu a destructive
repulse to the enemy."
As in the position attacked by Hancock, tho
rebels were entrenched, and had, lesides, a con
siderable force between the creek he had crossed
and the river, they made a pertinacious resistance
to his onslaught, but before dark he had forced
them from their works and driven them across
the stream. It is also said that in these engage
ments the slaughter of the enemy was great,
while our losses were inconsiderable. The rebels
charged against our artillery, and suffered greatly
especially from cannister. A dispatch from
Grant, received at three o'clock this morning,
states that the enemy had fallen l ack from the
North Anna, and we are in pursuit. Negroes
who came in say that Lee is falling back on Rich
mond. Other official dispatches from headquar
ters say that Warren, Burnside and Hancock are
pushing forward after the retreating army.
Warren captured a good number of prisoners
last evening, but lie had not had time to count
them, or ascertain his loss. Hancock, in storm
ing the rifle pits this side of the river last even
ing, took between one and two hundred prisoners,
and drove many of the rebels into the river where
they were drowned. Warren also captured some
official juipers, among which was on official order
calling out boys of fifteen years of age tj garri
son Richmond"; the ambulance men and musicians
were also ordered to the ranks. Sheridan this
morning was at Dunkirk, and will be at Mil ford
No dispatches received to-day from Sherman.
None are expected for several days. Dispatches
from Butler were received to-day relating briefly
to the respective forces. Admiral Lee, in a tele
gram dated 22d, to the Secretary of the Navy,
states that last night and Saturday night the
enemy attacked our army, and were handsomely
repulsed. A dispatch from Canhy, dated the
ISth, off the mouth of Red River, states that
Banks' troopw reached Morgan to-day. The
army is in better condition than exjH-cted, and
will" bo readv soon to resume offensive operations.
New York, May 2oth. A Ninth Corps corres
pondent says: Simultaneous with the attack on
our left on" the night of the 19th, a Division of
cavalry attacked our extreme right wing, com
posed of Feirero's colored troops. The attack
was impetuous, but was met with great steadi
ness. A heavy volley from the rifles of the color
ed troops brought the rebels to a halt. They
reformed, however, and advancing more steadily,
were again met with unflinching bravery. Finally,
finding they could make no impression, they left
The next morning not a rebel was to be seen on
our front. Here, as on the left, the rebel strate
gy, so often successful with this army, of cutting
off our supplies, was foiled, and .they abandoned
the attempt in disgust.
Fortress Monroe, May 25th. This morning
General Gilmore went out on a reconnoissance,
and at 3:30 a. m. met the enemy in some force.
Alter an engagement of an hour and a half, he
Completely routed them. Our lo?s was slight. It
is reported that nearly half of Beauregard's
forces left him yesterday and marched toward
Richmond, probably to reinforce L-e. The rebels
made nine attacks on our entrenchments, and
were repulsed each time.
Philadelphia, May 25th. The Evening Bulle
tin has the following'special dispatch from Wash
ington, the 25th : The Republican extra says it
gives us pleasure to be r.ole to announce that in
telligence has reached this city that Lee, after
falling back from the North Anna, as al ready
has been announced, commenced n hasty retreat,
and had reached a point beyond the South Anna,
pursued with great vigor by Grant. The latter
is in the saddle at all times of the day and night,
directing the general movements in person, and
unless Lee stops to fight to-day wo shall next hear
of a grand conflict for the city of Richmond
before, or in, the works of that (Capital. Reports
say that Jeff. Davis and his Cabinet left Rich
mond some days ago. There is little doubt that
Richmond, by this time, is pretty well cleaned
out of its inhabitants, and that it is nothing less
than a fortress. There are stiil a number of our
wounded and sick at Fredericksburg. Skirmish
ing with guerrillas occurs daily, but always in
San Francisco. May 25th. Private dispatches
quote Gold yesterday (at 2 P. M.) iu New York
I ii i I)i'.nn IiitcUfgrsice.
Port Ateorqi e, May 20. The London Times
correspondent, at the Danish headquarters, says
the whole disposal force of the Danes is only
twenty-four thousand men, while the Austriana
and Prussians in Denmark number eighty
The Emperor and Empress of Mexico arrived
at Madeira on the 29th of April and sailed the
same day for Vera Cruz.
New York, May 22. The America, with dates
from Southampton, to the lit!; has arrived.
In the House of Lords, Earl Russell stated that
the blockade of the German ports was raised.
Parliament adjourned on the 13th.
The Bank of France bad raised the rate of
discount to S per tent.
In a recent naval engagement the Austrians
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Fifteen Norwegian and Swedish vessels aem
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Garibaldi arrived at Caprera on the 19th.
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suggestion f rom Napoleon, who disliked the effect
produced on the masses by his presence. t
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Sriparilla root. Sarsparilla root ground in packages.
Puff boxes, CorN tt's sarsapari'.'a, Coca butter.
ALSOThe Cbeir-at I'rrl'ttnu-ry. Soap, Rlc.
Fcr sale bv
ED. HOFFMANN, M. D.
BLAXK FORMS OF AGIIEEMEXT RK
tween Masters and Servants the only authorized form.
Price 51,00 per Dozen.
For sale bv
403-2ni n. M. WHITN E Y.
TIIE r.VDKRSIGXED WILL PAY CASH
for Cotton or Linen KAUS, delivered at his office, or will
receive them ia payment for the kuokoa newspaper, at the
White Riis 3 cts. per ft.
Coluked Ra.,s 2 cts. per lb.
All ra offered should be clean and free from dirt.
Cot ton !
Cotton will aNo be purchase at tl e Pillow-ins rates :
CI -ane 1 cotton (free from seeds) 20 cts. per pound.
Uncleaned cotton (thi-.t with seeds) 6 cts. j.r ound.
Either r.-i.u's or cotton will be received from natives or other
in payment for the ATuoJ-oi newspaper.
H. M. WHITNEY.
iw eerrisH clfper brig
' ' A R G O "
321 Ton Register,
P. J. HAMEN, Master,
Due by the End of Next Month !
Have just Received
INVOICES OF THE
On Board the above Vessel
AMD BEG TO DRAW THE
TOWX AJ11 COUiVTRY DEALERS !
TO THE LARGE AND VALUABLE
ASSORTMENT of GOODS
Which have been prepared Expressly
for the Present Requirements
OF THE ISL Arm TRADE !
Embraces every class of GOODS !
FIXK AXD I'ELLOW,
Fancy prints, (numerous styles,)
Two Idues, HUick and white,
W hite grounds. Buff grounds, &c.,
Heavy English denims,
Fearl river denims,
White cottons, (fine and medium,)
Blue sfriped twilH,
TaUlw nltUha ant! napkiiiS,
Brown and white damask,
Linen crash, " "
Ladies and gent's fine and common cambric handkerchiefs, &c.
White, blue, prey, orange, preen and scarlet blankets, in
Inrge variety ;
Black alpacca, assorted qualities ; Black and blue coburgs,
Black, green and blue figured Orleans,
White, pink, green and blue figured coburgs,
Blue twilled flacnels. various qualities;
Plain, white do.. Printed detains,
Tournay cloths, Crimean shirts, Tweeds,
' ool shawls and piaiils.
Brown and white cotton undersdiirts. Merino do.
Merino hose, Aberdeen hose ai.il hose.
Pilot jackets, common, medium, and superior t
1'ilot trowsers, Black cl .th ir.iwstrs,
Tweed an I melton trowsers.
Black alpaeca coats,
Assorted coats ami vests,
lieutleraeu's tweed shirts,
W hite shirts, crtton and linen ;
Ladies and children's tine underclothing.
Silk handkerchiefs. China pongees. Moor oil cloth,
Printed trder c nirnon h indkerchiefs.
Lace haiKlk- relii-fs, Moquiu netting.
Towels, ll n'k muslins Taulat tus,
English. French, fterman, American, Hawaiian and Italian
flags and eni:s
Tlain and stuffed flap saddles.
A few gentlemen's very suiTior nut brown saddle,
Ladits' side Middle s. Bridie;.,
Felt saddle clot'is. e., Ac.
Vickies, Pie fn'ts. Ja-n, 0.it:i ;-.!. Chutney, currants,
iruce. Yi.ik l.im.s. I--a lVrrin's W.rev.-terMure sauce.
Eiitrllsh I r-jivii 5 ;i, .cc.
Cologne, Por.dal wood.
Fine extracts and essences.
Fountain peifumes. Musk,
Pomades, Hair oil,
lio-neil's fine soap, Hair brushes, Jfcc
EARTH E YA It E A"i
Plain white China breakfast, dinner and tea services,
Nappi s. decanters, wine glae. tu:nbl.-rs,
Finger glasses, spirit lx.tt.es. Claret jurs,
But: r stan-is. Cti.iinpaanc glasse?
Parian and glass ornaments, Vc.
noon.vc ff.it. ji:ti: 3i.iTTin,
Charcoal plates. "20 f us fencing wire,
10 tons hoop iroa. liar iron, tpit, round and square,
Iron plates, i'rie table ; rid pocket cutlery,
Galvanized wire roie,
Vedi-e, Lock. Hatchet, arch and square
Fire l-ricks, limited linseed oil.
Blacksmiths coal, Liverpool alt
W hite 1-ad. Ked lead.
Zinc paint, Victoria Stores, bulk ale and tattled porter,
I:id. Coope .t Co's bulk and bottled ale,
Tyrer's bottled ale.
Blood, Wolf & Co's celebrated Dublin porter,
Pi iron, Bar steel a i t Giff.tri's patent inj 'ctor.
PACKET FROM SAN FRANCISCO!
EXPECTED BYFIEST VESSEL
Black Coburgs! Black Alpaccas!
ALSO VIA PAISSAWIA!
I Turkey Red and Yellow Prints !
j New Assortment.
i 100 Patent printed American Flags,
1 1-Q Tarcls Long.
.lAXIOX. OREEX Jt CO,
D. C. X'HCKK.
licit It Ac .11 1? ItKI I, I,,
( oiiuiiission Merehauits
301 and.200 California t5t
ALSO, AGENTS OF TIIK
San Francisco & Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention Riven to the ale and purchase or rarr
chandise, ship business, supplying whales'atpt. necr.tiJ-,
exchange. &c. B n
XT All freight arriving at San Francisco, bv or tn o,. n.
nolulu Line of Packets, will be forwarded krek or rny.u
ID Exchange on Honolulu bought and Bold. Jm
Messrs. Wilcox. Richards & Co., Ilonotnlii
II. IlACKFELD Co., II. ...J... "
" C Brkw-r C. IIII I
' Bishop a: Co u
Pr. R. AV. Wood I III II.
lloti. E. II. AlI.KN,. c,
1) C. Watebsias, Esq., u
CHAS. WOLCOTT BROOKS, W. FRANK LADD, tDWARO r. BALL, J
cms. W. BROOKS & CO., '
HAWAIIAN PACKET UNE
OFFICE 51 1 Sn
PARTICUTjAR attention givex to
the Purchase. Shipment and Sale of Merchandise ; to For
warding and Transhipment or Good ; the Chrmering and Fl
of Vessels ; the Supplying of Whaieships ; and the Negotiation
Exchange on Houolulu in sums to suit.
ADVANCES MADE OX COXSIttXM EXTS.
Alprich, Walker 6,- Co , I J as. IlrNNKwi ll Et q., Bo. Ion.
HOnolUlU. 1 1 RN RT A. l'KIRCK,
Besj. P. Sow,Eq.,
Bi tlkr, Sisb & Co.,
V. HREWER & VO.,
Bisnop & Co., "
Th is. Spksckr, Esq., Hilo.
Allmand V Co., Knagawa.
i-tton & Co.. New York.
FiKi.n & Kick,
U. Fouu & Co., Shanghae.
TOBIW, MEAGHER & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
"Will rE GOODS YAN KEE .NOTIONS,
Hosiery, Gloves, Pocket Cu'lery,
Linen and Silk IlMk'fs., Combs and Brushes,
Embroideries, Laces, Perfumery, Playing Cards,
Ladies and Genu' Furnish- Fancy Soaps,
ing Goods, Paper and Envelope,
IIoop skirts, Mllinery Goods,
Spool Thread, Straw Gcods,
Sewing Silk, Kibbons,
&c, kc, &c, &c,
We have on hand the Iargett nnd best assortel stock on tho
Pacific Coast, to which we are receiving constant additions
We invite buyers to examine before purchasing.
All orders entrusted to us will receive our particular attention.
TOBIN, MEAG11EU & CO.
219 to 225 Battery, corner Sacramento St.,
401 to 400 Sacramento street, (up stairs.)
410-6m San Francisco.
rjMIE SUBSCRIBERS NOW OFFER FOR
1 sale at Wholesale or Retail n large assortment of all kinds
of FJKMiVG IMPLEMENT?, among which will be found :
Steel plows of all kiml anil sizes, by case of 10 each or single,
Cast plows, all sizes. Side Hill plows, cast and steel, all &izes,
Horse hoes, expanding and reversable teeth.
Cultivators, d.iuble mould board and Shovel plows,
Hinge harrows, with 24, 30, 30 and 42 teeth,
OX Shovels or scrapers, Corn shelters. Corn mil!.
Farm mills, Portuble flour nills, 16 inch, 18, 20x24 inch.
(Kach stone mde of ono piece of the host Burr stone.)
Wine, L:ird and Cider presses. 1 1 ay or Cotton press.
Cotton gins, Oarrten seed sowers, (smart noA twrije nie,)
Wheel Barrows, (all sizes and styles,)
Oxyokes and lows, (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,
Il rse rakes, (all kin. Is,) Hay or Straw Cutters, (all sizes,)
Picks, Axe, Pick anil hoe handles,
Grindstones by c:isk or single, (all sizes,) Grindstone Hanging,
Plow trimmings. Moulds, Landfideg,
Points of all kinds, Harrow-teeth, Horse powers,
Po table steam engines, Ileapers, Mowers, Threshers,
Horse carts. &c.
All of which we will sell at the Lowest Citi Vricen.
J I). AltlUl k & SON,
Imiiorters and 1 Haters.
410 3m Cor. Davis and Washington San Francisco.
EDWARD BOSQU1 & CO.
517 Clay Street, San Francisco,
C00K-CINDEI1S, PAPER RULERS
Account Eook Manufacturers,
Blanks of nil tiind Prinlrtl nnd Ruled to anj
LOWE 7 BROTHERS,
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Thk Hot. Ilrrsos's Bit Co
Messrs IUsl. Gi Co...
Messrs. ALDiucn. Walkkr : Co
Mr. Jamks I. HuwsfT
, . . .Victoria, V. I.
. . . . do.
FIELD & RICE,
31 and 33 TSItOAlMt AV,
BAPATM W. FIELD. WILLIAM B. RICE.
4 TTKXISTO TIIGSALEnnil I'l ltCIIASE
on f oMMlIoX of al! mercb .nrti. (iffer areat td
vantages f.ir the ,.urch.e. in SA X KU.4 XCICO of ,. . ,
French Wines, Cognac. French Preserve
AND ritKXtll fJOODS!
Agent fir the nianuftcture or CEMENT OK BEXICIA.
CEWE.Vr OF FIRST QUALITY, ALW AYS OS HJXD
411-3m 24 Battery Strr-et, Sau Frai-cisco.
S GRirriTTS MORfJAS. C. S. IX A TH A WAT. I. r. Ml'
3Ior(;a, stoxk & co.
Commission and Forwarding Merchanu, San Francisco, C'.
T. S. Hathaway Es4 Nw Bfnrd
Messrs. T. & A. R. Nye,
44 Swift A: Perry. " "
41 Orinnell Mintiirn A: Co., New York.
John M. Forbes Esq., Boston,
Messrs. Perkins & Smiih, New I-ondon,
Daniel C. Waterman Esq... ........ .....Honolulu.
JANION, GREEN & EHODES,
Victoria, Vancouver Ulamh
X. B. Particular attention paid toconsifmments cf fandwiek
Victoria, V. I., January 1. 1S'33. 407-ly
ir.TED noon STEUKOSCOPIC
T tJATIVES of every place of interest on the Pscine
Coast fur which a fair price will lie p.iid. if ecimen printf with
particulars ol locality, and the price for the NEGATIVES, wi"
receive prompt attention by addressing
LAWRENCE 6f HOUSEWORTII.
Arents London Stereoscopic Company,
4t."i-1in 63T Clav ?t. San Frwncisco.
I HEREBY FORDID nil IVron trollnf
any oue on my account without my written order.
Honolulu, Pec. 0th. 163.
394 ly '
Plantation Labor Books !
BLAXK BOOKS FOR KEEPING LnlfrrJE
accounts on plantation. Each pajre is ruled for osm
mouth and contains space fur 25 to 50 numes.
PRICE i3.GO AND ST,00 EACH.
410Jm H. M. WHITNKT-