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sjtlpujv, ocTonin o. is.
T.t Yi"kt tame in on Si-vliy and the bark Smyrni-itr on
Thurs lay, fruo ?n Franrvc", the !attr t rinpirp i aprrs O.'
12tnoH- By lt fomer ualer date cf 5. pt. C. our
CHTtlr"" writes a. foI!-s, c-utvrsinp a Urje .-!- rf I. COO :
fcka-;es ?-.ndich Il'an! or ex Yanlte and lo'i"
M 5IEoer -k M-nTd 'U fcuftion rn the tCtb. th" ei.tire
earjoes f fr revived fi'-tn Horw-l'ibi fr t.'.e )anUf !
l"Miig llrttnr. lb qu'f.y oo llrf- teh-le w Vnc, b-n. in ,
fact as so entirety, ooe of the best invoices of Hwn!,ia sursr
ffruffft4 at pao.c ia this tnsrSet. Th- ti 1.1 cp w not
spirited, yet Itt whole rUlou ws U1 except 400 mats. Tbe
prices iJiO no average adraoce of about bslf a f 2
over the prestoo public sale Jet. In tiew cf tr.e pre-tef.t bib ;
rttrt ruling in this Biaxktl tor Crushed t.d other Kehned Miners, .
tie rte cttalard were cot op t the rccetl r.-e ia Ti je.'"
It en sttei preeicct to the talc ti.il i crcp at the UUn-Js
w about id, and C' em. re heary i..parits could t ev pee ted
till Vut the lit Jaau.rr. A K .f lv W..p-a .
pursr wsscotsulerM by experts the b-t offered. It beu.j so.t
and But, !k th New Ortrao mint.
I'CtC A Urpe SHf Uli Stapl- rrportr.! at S- IT lb.
Atthisfiiai,njiuu hinar; acan be left to Hawaiian .hp-
Mot . continue in demand f.r ili.ti.. up purports at
Sit'?. Th purr t,av-r. bowerr complain that the plantations ;
put TjrSn a prjnf on the Ut!:np, IaTiii? tat l::lv a-i.l.a-ntie
nrr in tfe liuai-l h:p:l on-l-.T tl hrruj. Ifiu--i n l
r'-rt at port sfwt iner.t. eren at the l.w rat-- t thn Utv r, mx-. ,
tjomacitf-T profit wL-n Ue rrui!l amo'ii.t of liat:::-l tna'.t-r
The fiiitiii- I'.n?-
Movrmr.t Sfi.l furriljr.iiJ all an.l conil-.rt" ! iwi iwii'ay
can. iMirg f UT'rr,ie txn,u:.
.r l.f Ijt.I
down hre from New York, at h.tfhly rrinam mtir.g rar-- hut i n
the prrnt basis f sUlrir.fnt, it d es "t py. M'-s'r-. J.
Ixt & ". arv; now W bl.ls. rooU" r dleai. atxl will
rui rc loo hhls. io a short tiin: to tati-iy thir want. M-ir".
.chu:' b Xsn BrTtp-n will rcvir: o-ar:y as mu.-h.
Uader Utrr d te, fict. 12. I er Smymiott, the snu.e corr
pn.teat writes :
iiCASi Sirxe thf sslecf Yonlre ar.d Yuung HtcTor't
rtrfoty IfM. SlcKur Jt Mernil .n th 2r.h Spter r.
t?jr has rn no pU r sate ,f sugars, prlf- have how vr
(ra.tuatly hnrlen-l, and uln hive e-n n.ade from flrt hands
at pries not trani irr.J, ,ut ariilem'oo.1 to I r at a shade l-lt-;r
than 13c for eholcs No. I, wi:h a erre.iiondlnj iufrrae t:.e
MoLasriKa The Pi-itillfris having crnmencrj operatioris.
through the fasoriM- tarn t f f I in l!.-ir faror. hav er.t-.-re 1
the coarket and swl itof;mola.sr-. atiric-s U-rtrthan 32 cn.
The purchasers for .ii.tillin? ori-cs'-s, complain bitt-r!y f.fthe
poor quality of the .Sandwich KUml inril:is-rs. The vacuum
pan Uors not UravV eiHMi -h iaoch&riire uia'ur in a saKoii t'j
prolace une Inch tnel, soath-m dru:ii.
Casftrwts The Drttutnatuiht. a fine ship of 1.400 tori. U3i ,
been chaired hy Moriu S:o... Jk C.. Hawaiian aiw.unt, ;
IV tUdU Ul, l fltjllll UlU. Bl A . j . 9UIUt HU'ial.-lwwvi a v.
I... . WW i a . . I .SHV a (alf.Avj. ...... To r.. -i
COu In legal tenders.
Hold. Ltst oaoUtion at New York. . 19 opeuine at
2jO, and ctoslntf ut 17. It was 2CS va the y.h.
tl . t a a t I., t.V ... I.awa Bwrusa.! . f
c","Ml rrpori, muu wuu.-u, ,
til is port, which, added to sixteen reported last week, mokes a j
total thus tar of 35. Several others are at Ililoand L&haiua, j
tut we bare not full reports from thetn. The few ves?e.i that '
retnaineU ia Uie Arctic, after the bu'.k of the fieet left, have doue i
well, as has been n.ual in former seasons. These, when report-
CfJ, may Improve the average of that ground considerably.
The lolani baa been laid oo for oil and ne for New B-dftrJ, j
and as she carries a neutral flag, offers good induceoients to-i
The cUpper ship Dreadnauyht, rt 1,-100 lorn, now due from
Saa Franclco, has been chartered b lo.wl oil. These h.i.-i,
bark EvrrJtard, brig llimolulu and Jfffrn Mar. the latt'-r ntar!y
'ell, will. It is thought, supply all the freighting capacity requir
ed this Call. Benides tbetn, a nomlicr of whalers are bound
beme, sfxne of which will take oil on freight.
Very little demand for exchange exl-tts now, and beyond what
may be needed for witling with crews, probably very little money
wm be required by the whalcsbips thU f..ll. Persons wishing to
remit or Invest, should Jo so now. as no more favorably op-or-tunity
will be afford! later in the season.
The I'aakre is oa the berth, loading for San Francisco, and
will leave as soon as full, probably Wednelay or Thursday
XEir BEDFORD OIL MARKET Auijutt 20, 1SC4.
Srtaii Oil The market has been joite brisk since our last,
the demand being largely for exfwrt, for which the sates havc
been 19 bbla ia parcels at $2 2i. To the trade we notice
ales of 2a0 bbl.i good ut $230, and 2T.0 do inferior at a price n t
transpired. Holders of prime Oil are firm at 2 3u.
Wbslc Oil Rema n quirt but firm. The transactions fi.r
the week include ..Ies of 4ti t.' l-i Nuth Pea at $1 60, ami 24S
do inferior at pricrs not transpired.
WHatKBOsn Has hern iu great demand, ami the sates
lar amocnlingU.39.000 rs Arctic at $2 25; 10m tbsh.huk.
iZ 10; 800 H4 do. $2 20; BOO fes Northwest, 2 10; 15,.io) It.s
bou'.h Ses, in parcels, $195; and 4o0 Its do. 2. All f.r
Imports of Sprm a-d Whale td and Whalebone iuto t.ie
t'nited States f r tlw k ending Auu.-t 2&.
perm. Whale. Bene.
4d.s. b.u. tr.
Fcr the week 1.04 S.t4
Prtvlously 43,510 11,374 667,750
Frooa January to dale 41551 5:i.Jo-0 1.05o
fame tune last year 4V.S44 iT.ioi SlS.hO
For K.?ia ar.J Lshaika per Kit ttt. a, Moi. l.iy.
For lauim per NVit.e Mi mil. .Monday.
POHT Or IIOJICLULU. II. I.
22 Am whale ship Ciovro. iftivers. from, Arctic, wiiii
65 l hl-i oil nd 400Q ii bone.
22 Haw'n brlt? Vict.r.3. Fish, from Arctic, with SOO
bbUoil, 120eo 1 s bone and trade.
22 Ilaw'n clipper ship Iolani. tJreen, 115 days frni
Boston, with assorted mrtro tn f-. Brewer i Co
22 Haw'n hnrk Ev rhard, Klenke, 172 days fpmi Bre
men with assorted carg t II. Hackfekl a: Co.
22 Am whale bark Cnvington. Jenks, frra Arctic, with
ZOO bids oil and 200 H s b. ne.
23 Steamer Kilauea, Ict.regor, fmm windward rx.rt".
22 Am whale ship Aib-im-. lUrber, from Arctic, with
350 bls oil and f0( 0 lbs bone.
23 Aid whale fhip F.uropa. Crosby, from Ar-i', with
8X) bbls oil and 140OO lbs lne.
23 Am whale ship Waver.v, llcil.-y, from Arctic, mith
450 bbls and oOOO lbs bone.
23 Am clipper bark Yankee, Fuller, 20 day from ia:i
Francisco, with mdse and puseners to C. Brewer
23 Schr Hannah. Antone. fr-m I'ltipalakui.
24 A in whtde sliip Mount Waliasmn. Willis, from
Arctic, with T.00 bbu oil and 4000 lbs bone.
24 Ilaw'n whale bark Kimehamrh V., Ixti?. from
Arctic, with 120 bids oil. 1500 lbs bone and trade.
21 Steam schr Annie Laurie, Mitchell, fiotn Kauai.
24 t?chr Kalarna. Mrllish, fr- m Kauai.
25 Am whale id.ip Nas..ui. Green, froui Arctic, with
530 bbls oil snd 70 0 lbs bone.
23 Am baikeuiine Constitution. Pomeroy, from Fu. ct
Sound, with lumber to II Ilackfeld & Co.
25 Am whale ship Josephine. Chapman, fn m Ochotsk,
with UOO bbls oil and loOoo botic.
25 Am whslc bark Pearl. Hull, from Arctic, with COO
bbls oil an i 5000 lbs lone.
25 Am whale bark Milo, Ilawes, from Arctic, with 23
bbls oil and 5000 lbs hone.
25 Schr Mary. Nika. fmm Kami.
2i Schr Warwick, John Bull, fr un Molokai.
2rt frthr Hi ten, Johnson, fr mi Mt'iko.
2fr Am whale shipGnv. Troiipe, Ashley, from Arctic,
via. Hilo. with 450 Lbls oii and 7000 lbs htine.
""Am chr Flyins I "art, 27 day from San Franciscv.
2 Am whale n ivk Merlin, Baker, fiom Arctic, w ith
150 bbls oil and 2'o0 l bone.
27 S:hr Mol Keiki, Wethcrbee, from Kahutui.
27 Am whale bark Hel-n Siw.w. Adams, from Arctic,
with 313 bbls oil and 6000 ! bone.
27 Ilaw'n bark II ae Hawaii, Hrppingstone, from Arctic
with 400 bbhi oil and 4000 lbs bone.
27 Am bnrk mrniote. Burditt, 14 days from Sa:i
JjTV-JT'11 's11 ve- AUiri.-!.. ,
vi amrr tt io. i
28 Am whale bark Nile, Fish, from Arctic, with 4Zo
bbls oil and 60o0 lb bone.
ii. .Ala whole brk Fabius, Wood, from Arctic, via Hilo,
with 500 bbls oil ami fiooo lbs bone.
Ci 1 ta whale bark John P. West. Tinker, from Arctic.
via. with 400 bbls oil and 6000 lb bene.
-Steamer Kilauea. McOrejfor, from windward pr j.
C3 Schr Helen. Jo! ns-m. for Maliko.
ZZ Scbr Nettie Merril. Fountain, for Makee's LsmEnp.
21 S.-b Moi Kriki. Wrtherbee. f r Kahului.
ZZ is.-hr En (el, ne. Lamln-rt, ftr Kna a.id Kau.
24 tltanitrr Kilauea. McOrepor. f r wiihlward jsrts.
IS-An bark N. Perkins. Ko-ia-Ko. Ut Pinret i?intl.
i Schr Msry, NiVa. fr Kauae
2i Schr Kala.ua, Mrllish. for Kauai.
"i Schr Moi Wahine. Kuhearu, for Kiuai.
is chr Kekauiuohi. Kapuahi. for lid .
S Schr lirlt-n, Johnson, for Maliko.
M EM OK AX PA.
Ileparc f Hark Coriattoii.
Brk CoringtoH, i a!rd froin Ilouoluin, Jan. Cist. 1561. t t
cralae co the eqntor. where she t.-v two sm:i whales ; froai
thetiee to the N. V.". cf the Roiuo l,ian.l, where she
struck four Urge sperm whalis, au.1 svtsl only one. From
there went t Hakcda tl. where she arrivel May lt , and
sailed sain May 4th f--r Bhcrinp ?trai:s nd Arctic (Vvan.
Had Ciw we.-tt-.er on the paa:e until My -Zl:h. U-t. 53 43 N.
xn;. 177.2J t- fell in w.th the fee. an.l from lal il.it until
lept. Coth constantly in th; ice, atal i-e aroun.l the ship atl
t: time. Took tw whai' s th.r a.n. Left Bherir.fr Straits.
Sept. Cist.. Irtiin there tt St. Matthews and St. P.inli I:ar.,l..
M svrral whahs at the latter i.Und. h.!r. hv and weather
baL Came thrrvcih the Fo I-lar..1?, h'pt. Cth. La-! fine
weather and lipht wind nal.l tct. 7th. Lat- 40.1O N-, I.'ne.
IAL43 W. Tk is ery heavy irate cf win.! from W. S. W.
veerinj to N. W. with a had m.-a running. Ist three boa:
auI davits witc.
itt. an beionpio,; t the bx.ts. two more boats f
in the boesc. t-prunp min yard a;-t ,1 massed the ;
waj. From Oet. 9. nutil our arrival h-re had
badly stowen on
h'P io other
fine and pJswsant wethcr.
Report of IlitrU Xllr.
Hark wlMU, l3h, took 4 whales ia Uie Ar.tic, kft the Arctic,
Sept. l-ifth, tcxA 1 ritfht wia!e in Bristol Bay; left the bay
f-t. ljth. la Lat. 43 experienced a pale t f w ir. i, lost saiis ;
un.Ijb-booca and received other dam.if-a.
XT Brk S.-nyrntott. Burditt. reports-Left the heads, 2 ;
p. M., Oct. 13th. First six days tipLtbac:nk' winds from s. to .;
w.s. wtk the traie4 Lat. 3132 n. ion?. 1363 w. Ata i
A. M.. C7t!. east end of Mbkai I-re S. E. 15 mile. Left !
.a port ths bark A. a. ETdndp-, tc i abeut Oct. co.h.
7T Pirk riner.Fullrr.r'irtfJ ?t,.lf.t frrm Sau Friiic;'",
f tinJay. rt. 2!. in t-jtr of the steamer Go'.Uh, miJ- sh.I a: -P.
M. Y i,: pirt cf a.ii;c lirl.t u!rs a-. l catrr.j from li
t'ln Jul a surcevion r ?. V. wind an-1 aftcrwarJi an -t'icr
rll rfcatai ar.a .JCin? a n Moclay. Oct. 17:r), ftl
ri'ii in. U!. Iii-'. 1I 12, sv-'-l h-rraai !.ri:tc
f-riz r'tr? N- K- It N- sxiut ni l- d stance. It t-injr
in-l-T.tf at Hi- t ni- h p-n?fr r:e l to t arl I.T in on
" ,;,,,,9-sBiV; m u.-;. 'ir
en'.'iif.'i w uiie "r uu;. iiaTe i.iu iroi--rai; ir-j- i " " t i
l.iit day itJ some revrre squalN. Mad Mui, 10 P. M.
iKl. -Z i. Jl.oai st U . M. Maying tr; paag-;a 'J'i dsys.
PORT OrHCLO."Y "
A IS It I V A I-S.
fi.t. .j-.VTLn ).:p Ojv. Trap, A'h'.Cj , J lt:s.
.ha! sh.p .?o. Maxwe.!, Cr.ae, f. stj u.
'.v.a:- sM Mrrlln, taker, Z srtslt.
VI V!,a!e -hip Fa! J'. TOO t,i,U.
Jl Uh i M m A-luxx.. Fi-Ji. 2iott!i.
il U ha:e hip Mt sVaUasn. Willis, 2'X l.Ws.
2! H hale hi; J. P. V-t, T.!ier.
1 Whu.;- ).ij Kuptiritft, llaU.iay, . It.
-I liriti-S 'hr K'.irt Ton, JIarh. r, of SwO
whsJ-- and iSO p-nn. 'ftc.k whal- s n th- lTil
tct.. o?T HaTuii, a'i l r;i:c-.- into port l";;:
C -Arwil', a ha!--M.
Vi Par M:rtha, Mutcr, 1J tl-N, wh.
XT The Cor. Tnure brings jart of the crew of the Horry
Kn-';I .-. fc--is the Ar. Capt. f,u!emW
rrTf.ncilrt per N. 5. Perkii.. 26 100 k'-s su' r,
i'j I j.s c II- a c-iks t.-ill'i.r.
Value ff L'-init:e Prf-lac. 1312 00.
Pr .m I!m Mrs if r Kv rh rd. th t "J J If u-k'.-M, Ii Wer.t
i zel. II U;atit!echt. K-.-ahi:i!u:i I cahiu.
Fr im Sit l'iiooi-,ry-;T Yai.i.c-, icl. !'!-Mr t'at.'ip. !!. i
wif-r aad U t!ii!r n. .Mr Kineaid iil vvif-. Mrs M'rjan and i
j rhiMreit. ;apt IJ t Snow. I. r. !.., runt i'r.n, j 11 rsr- j
I riial-e, 1 Sini rt. t' Ir'... Uo Pyland, jr.. H HorTinami, J I
1 Parf.e. Y. V J.iif -- :i. t.hu K-e, Ai.c.r.L'. J"hn TyUr r stkfk-
I aoi: W tn K iTard-f. AiU'U.'t Koinnr.-o. Jss W i I n J P..-av-ry.
I'll.S ClirrilflltJ. -I : Ki;T. Ilallllliolnl Wolf. l.-l'?r SMlth. uuj j
IVnney, J W Hart, J Laid win ."-iJi'V, I'has Prciii'.-r 'Zi i:ii:
j and 1j strvr.-iRf. i
K.,r Winiward P.mri i-T K:!aurn, Oct. 21 Mm II b
.. , . ,,,, , ., , r..,...,! . j i. i..,,s. v
7,r;"lVcJbin ai". i
From a.s Fkavcho per Sinyrnlote. X-t. 27 Mr Franci
; .Mrs Icxi r. Mrs LUlrMge, Mrs Landirs, Mr Marhaui, Mr j
i Francis, U F liilwcll, J iliii Pntter-iou. John Moore, Augustus :
I Frig-ti.J w Balance. Mathi-w Kyan, Jacob Gt-utn-i, ii Frigen.
., - ... Vllr,, v West. Albert llam.m. Jaia.-s IloIWu.1.
juDg Ijiug 2-J.
i -.jr'L1. . . . J. . ' 11 -
SAT V lil) A Y. OCT ODER 20. i
Tun tpuestion has been frequently asked, )y ,
what rijrht the Aiturnf.y-CJfnkuai. holds a seat
in the legislative Assembly, and controls its
,,.! .. f 11 ... . i
quivoc.il III' HAS NO IXflAL RIGHT J
VIIATK"KR. Such a thing has never been
known or attempted before under thi Govern- j
ment, and is unknown under any other. The
Government Attorneys and Judges are the re- j
'nets in cases of doubt respecting the laws,
under all systems of Government, but neither
ever kit as laic-maktrs.
Put the Attorney-General claims a seat, and
eits there, and how is it? we are asked. Not
by the old or new Constitution, nor by any ;
other law of the land.
The T.ou- t'oiistituti.m
'in;ce. an.i tu Att.TiHy-Oenerai .f the Kii pb m. a:id th. se
shall l-e His Majesty a ci-ecial Advisers in the Executive nffurs
or in- K'li.iloin; anJ thiy sh.dl le l.x Oj'irin Mi-mlji-ri u' His !
M ije-ty'd Privy . ui.c.l of .Stilt".-. 1'l.fi bhall be appolntHd I
tii.il c nit,-. i-.si ned by the Kinp, and hoM Uice dun:: His :
Majesty's pta-ure, surj.-et to iuipachment. ;
Now the above distinctly states who are the !
lving's Ministcr.s three in number the Minis- !
tor of Fori:iru Affairs, of the Interior, and of i
Finance these three, associated with :tnith-r
ofiiccr who is not a Ministtr, the Attorni'y
Geiural, as adviser, make up the Cabinet Coun
cil of tour.
The three Minim ers," according to the -b"d
Article, are declared to be, by right of office,
members of the Lcghlctive Assembly. We quote
it here :
AsTi' LE 43. Each member f f the Kinp's Cabinet s-b:i!l keep
an oBi. e at the n-it f G.v rn::. i.t, nu.l th;i!l ! :-cci ni.t.tl-l-.
fr the conibic: of his d-ptit:es and clerks. The iini.-'t. is .-ba!l
hold s--ats tx icio, as Nubles, in the Leglp.'ative A-.ieiubiy.
Now is it not clear as daylight that tiie Attorney-General
has no h'jnl riytt to sit in the
legislature? He has a right to sit in the
Cabinet Council and also in the Privy Council,
lint beyond these, he has not only no right
to tit in the Councils of the nation, but by the
last quoted article, is distinctly omitted, und
thereby barred, the privilege of a teat in the
Legislature, and can only le regarded by the
people as an interloper there. He has just as
good a right t crowd himself on to the ju-
maKcs tne .ttorney-t unerai a member ol tiie : under couii ulsion, as a circumstance which thev ! 1!iU --icuie uuest. a choice repertoire or pieces tor nome
, r . . . ., 1 J ! aiiuiseiueiit coiiMStinir of cotillions, w nit zen, gallops, schot-
Labmrt Li'vncl and also of the J'ruy Coiam, ; hud not the p. jwer to prevent ; and now, on the ! tw.e, c, .vc, price $i r.o.
but it gy no farther. Tiie only art ka refer- j flKt filVorubIj opportunity, throw olT their dis- i Ul) lm ' Fors-aW.y Whitney.
ring to him is the following : ; yG anJ da-Lire f...r the reCstablishmcnt of the '
ofAlrS'M i Republic. The gallant achievement, of Cor- j JUST RECEIVED
preme Court bench and claim the privilege of j cur now absent friend the then reporter cf the i'ofy
titting as a judge there, as he has to sit in the i lusian,) and that our export trade has incrented
Legislative Assembly. And it is a matter of
surprise to the public, that his heat has not
been contested before the house.
How long will it be before the people learn
that the political troubles that have lately ex
isted, and still threaten the country, are owing
mainly to the assumption of illegal authority
by the Attorney-General, in connection with
the Minister of Foreign Affairs?. The fame im
pudent assumption which claims a Feat among
the Nobles, without the shadow of laic, may yet
tpum to decide who shall or bhall not bit on
the throne of Hawaii, should it become vacant,
or a question of doubt. Are the legia-dators to i
i be thus blindfolded and led by the hand, and
J commanded tj do so and to, at the bidding of
I ' O i
j one who has no more right to pit with them, i
or say anything in the legislative hall, than
tf... I - If T-1,. a.-. . faj .1...-.. 1n ....'
. .... ..... m.Wi.uu,.qB.
, Hi re is a man. uho has su-orn to art accord- !
j inr, to the CoyiftttvUon, and who, if what we j
: have .-tated is true, is daily acting in open viola- ;
i Hon of the Constitution, which he has sworn to j
! uphold. Let both chiefs and jeofle of en their j
: eyes, and correct thh disgraceful state of things, j
: f or if persons sit as law-maker?, who are not
entitled to do no, the legality of the laws may ;
. be questioned, and we shall be a disgrace to j
ourselves and all nations. . j
Tiie Wnr New s. j
The intelligence received the pat week reports ;
increased activity in the war in America, espe
cially about Kiehmond. Doth on the north f
und south sides of the James river. Grant's
forces hate made considerable advances, and
thoiizh the Kvicls have foucht hard to drive !
them back and regain the forts lost, a3 yet they
have proved unsuccessful. Near Petersburg,
., -.- x. r . . i , j
tI,e LniOIl toICe'S Iiave UloVed aroUnd on the
: wc-et side, and approached to -.vithin two mile? j
1 of the SrVdlhtide or Danville Railroad, which j
jH)sitioii, if it can be hold ia force, virtually
flanks Petersburg, and will compd its cvacua-
t i l
t,jn " tl,e 1c':r,;3-
on the nortli fciue ot the Jauts river, the
Union forces have taken the forts opposite Fort
.. , , , .
Darlinj. n the 4 fh, Sth and vth of O. fiber,
tl.e llfcUKs h?adeJ Lv Ion. Lee in rersoii, vainly
f.niJit to regain what tl.oj Iiud lust. 'lhes?
bittl'js appear t hnve Iwn eovcro and attended
i;h heavy 1opcs on both eidcs ; but the fact
that the Lni m arnnos hold the captured fort?, j
shows who were the victors. This now petition :
covers Fort DarlinS and al the Kebel pontoon
.... i' j I j
Thus is Con. Grant gradually drawing up
fa - . . 1
Li army on two sidts ol the beleaguered city,
without disclosing to hia antagoniat where the
Cnal blow may be existed. He h evidently
; a-iiani,; t -j capture, not xarely tJ.e city incit,
j but the uruy which del .-nds it, if that is po-.-i-
j bl4. Ono thing will be observed, that beyond
J heavy loes in the battles, no serious r-vers9
! attend Grant's r'res. The evacuation of
! I'ct-Kur will bo fuiI-)Wtd by a raj id advance
i of Crant's forces south cS the J uiivS, and the
I cuttin ' oC" of the Ianville and iAiiehburs Iiail-
; r..Md-, thus practically htiniainp; in I.ee's amij.
Tiie latest news from the trht-naiuloah Valley,
j is important, to the HVct that, owing to the
aid given by the inhabitants there to the IJebel ;
guvrrillaf, (.irant has ordered the dwellings and :
storehouses of all such sympathizers to be burned. !
This is severe, but jut, and will show these !
Miserable traitors the power of the Cuvenmieiit j
which they deiy.
In CYon'ia, ien. Hood has been trying to
cut off ai.cri.ia.il 'a connection by railroad with
Chattanooga, and F..rret has U-n attempting
the same '-awe in Tennessee, but both have failed
l'.y the ne.t arrival, we yhall hoar the result j
of the State elections in Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Indiana, Iowa and Minnesota, which will be
v., .,0 In.lnfln,. nrf.u.Untlii
. . T 1 a .- ...1 a. ii.
election will turn.
iinniei.se euoits a.c .uas.ug
t0 create !l T.Oplllar enthusiasm 111 favor ot Mc- i
, . . ., , , J
Clellan, and it is possible he may yet carry
soine of the larger State?.
(Jold, since our last reports has been up to
03, and it will probably continue to fluctuate j
arouud -00, till after the election which takes j
place Tuesday, November 8th. There never has j
been a time since the rebellion broke out, when i
g(jj jias j,een m foYerish und fluctuating as it
will be during the months of October and !
November, iirecedinir and following the elec-
ti6n. No one need be surprised to see it down
. , . . ... .
. ... a
down. Politician;?, speculators, and gamblers in ,
New York and other Eastern cities, are bound j
to make gold turn to their own political and J
financial advantage, if they can ; hence the line- j
The news from Mexico is of a very unexpected ;
and turpii.-ing character. If true, and we are j
inclined to withhold full credit, Maximilian !
must begin to wish he was back within the
peaceful shades of Miramar. The fidelity
s of Miramar. The fidelity of the
Mcsicun people to hU throne may have been
,.,..1 a.:,.,i.,fn.l 'PI,.,,. nnnA ,.f 1 t .K..,af,.
. j . r - .
tinas, near the n.outhof the Rio Grande, have
doubtless li;iJ 11 good deal tO UO Wltll tlHS SUddvIl
n mi.i;.. n
.NOTiis of Tin: wki:k.
Sa. Fhanci-co and Hawaiian Tbadr.-
i " C'i'.r import- from the Sandwich Islands seem to l e rapidly j
' diminishing, if v.e arv to judsre from Ihe trcall cargoes of Supur j
j and other pr--duce Lr-'ii-tlil irm.-i Honolulu yesti-r-Iay per the
j lanif sii.i Fox ii; Utrror, which arrivals we no. iced in our j
! lail issue, 'i'h'-jr joint cargoes comprise inly o-'ii kees and boo j
.' nr.its Mia.,-,1-. 17s bbi.-'. M-.la.-se;., 20l bales Puiu. und laha.: j
' t-.veet Potatoes and other t:npsof no inonient the whole not
i b.-in? even a foil caro for the F(jAc To oll'set this, however,
we see that the new Hawaiian P.tce cr-J wa.s promising ;.n
abundant yield, and 'hut lartre purihafvs of Suk:t lind Mol-
s, had been recently loa-le lit Honolulu , o that possil'ly our !
j b ;iis may prove to ! but of momentary continuance, to he lis- !
pt l.-d pell.:. s e. hen the .nilin to tf. cf the Uj 'fiti-m hie, i
j nrikes h- r spp ar.iticc."
i The abo e extract is from the commercial nnd finan- i
j cial article if the Xau Francisco Bulletin of the '.
! l?3d Ser tember, and we must say that we nre some- !
! what turpi isc d to se e such an expression comir g
; from the usually correet and well posted commercial
i cdircrt f this leading journal. The suj pression cf i a
truth is us bad as an untruth itself. No one can
! possibly be bttic-r informed thau he, that our llono-
lulu packets, within the past tight months, have
j 'been increased from two to Rt-ven, all commanded by
......... : .1 t .t 1. ...... ...e.. ,!,.., t&n t
i:uri e . pei .i iiei 4 iniiuun ...c , t u.a. . ,
tels have beeu put upon the Hilo route, (thereby
verifying our prophecies in 1850, f r which, at that
time, Vie were rather lidiculed than otherwise, by
from .",000,000 lbs. tugir in 1&G3, to 8,010,000 lbs.
ia 18t34, up to September 1; while there has aloe
been a corresponding increase, although not so heavy, ,
in otheisofour leading staples. Ihe disparaging j
remarks above, admit then of great qualification,
Itut t.P Rrc innf.i.il however in the r.irit of cene- !
lint we nre Ji?pctU, However, Hi the - pint oi gei.e
i rohity, to attribute the comments of our worthy ctn-
fiere to a humorous disposition ou hij part, which
j takes a fiuitt liff" iu this manner at the CllthUsi- j
I . . I
ast'.C rivalry now existing DClWCec lUe IWO lines OI j
ir .. , . , . ,i i,... , I
! H iwanan packets, so ably represented here aod
; in San Francisco by loading mercantile houses,
( known to all our citizeus, and which spirit is more
i or less shared by their worthy attachees.
Our readers will regret to learn of the real;- !
: - i t i . c? r . s . r a t T
niion 0I ..r. o..u o. a.ow. a3 oecetary o. me ioara
- . n
i r.t i- I iiiw.i t ir.ti I mi pa up wo npar. ii2 rvpn gmio
V ft ll,nu if. - 1 -w - j "
dissatisfaction icgardiujr the report of the Hoard,
which had beeu prepare 1 by the Secretary, laid be-
fore the Reard, higned by a majority nni printed- '
When reriJy 3 fce ,ai(1 befol? ,be Lcg;s,llive AsCn. j
Ly, the IV ard met again, reconsidered, rejected, and
fcUrIrcasej n. This placed the Secretary iu an awk- I
w..r l prediCameut. and he felt compelled to resign, j
XI.e Hoard wid have to look tome time before it cna j
gI( j ft IC,53n so weil qualified to superintend the
ntTalrs of that department as was the late incumbtLt. "!
His familiarity with the native language, and the in- j
terest he took in the natives and their education, :
well fitted him tor the place. We understand tint j
Mr. Low has been appointed Manager cf the Prince- j
ville Sugir Estate, to succeed Mr. McGregor, whose !
hoi5,h mpc!- him lo relinquish his place. j
V JZf ihe Legislative Assembly has been engaged j
the past week in di-cuising a bill to legalize the es-
tablishment of distilleries in Honolulu; and. as might i
be anticipated from the packed house convened, it j
meets with ery little cppositiijn, and may pass to day i
ca its final reading. By this act any one, under a I
license cf fifty dollars, can erect a distillery, not to i
! exceed two for the present. No one will wonder
at the passace ot this act, the only surprise will be, 1
thu it was thought i-ecess iry to go through the form . ;
ali.y tf auy discussion at all.
V n. c
craft. 1 rofesscr Morrisoa Will give h.ssec-
rmance of magic, witchcraft and dercono!-
cgy this eveuing at Cauton Hall. These wishing to
learn the science of the Black Art will not fail to be
thr?. Se a-hert'tetnent arid programme.
MOBE TEOl ELi: AHEAD, (PEEHATS) KilPEP.OR NOE-
tun I. aeoised AuoJJ correspondent thus writes
us from Sin Fraucisco, uai-.r dte of the 1st cf
October: Walking a'ong Montgomery f-treet to
diy, on butiue-s t'.ii.ughts intent, with f.s.r f;ct cf
Savage tc!i iu t-uo hand, tw j fvtrtcf Gould aud Cur-
j ' un u" 1 vli;ir " ,
I'cuai .uajtrsiy morion it , LiDieror, atiJ asiieu vj
,. .. . , . ,
! uim, hut was the meaning cf all the trouble at
j Honolulu ct-ucc-rning tLe rupture cf the Cocstitution.
j which be Lad been re-.J:nabout in the newspapers?
I S:..nli it kurfrise-J by tie atruptnew oftheques-
. t;clJ, i ic.jrotely an-wered. Well, Emperor,
. upuu u,j o:J, jya've got tie this time ; you mut
j write to my fri-nl Attorney-General Hirri?, the
j titular Duke cf Kshuku, or Dick Stanley, and they
j will post you.' His Majesty noticing my auxiety
i to reach the tllices of the Companies whose stock I
! cld f.T traii;fer, w is then p!eu?ed to dismiss uie, ad-
d'lD' Wl!! wtI1 1 tet? how u "l3 : 1113 -Oty the
French Ftnptror j's at the bottom cf this ; he has
taken possession of Mvxieo, and now he has coru
meijced his scheii-.es at the Sandwich Islands. I
must and will look into it. Thus, you see, my
friend, you have .m Imperial chaoipiou who takes au
intere.t in you, tin A will see you out of your present
U.NFonifNATS .cci0-:nt. We regret to learn
that Mr. George McConuell, formally cf the Poly-
j cfiice, and fr many year connected with
i the press of these Islands but who has for the past
twelve ncuths been a resident of San Francisco, and
j 'FIo. as n reman in the .Irgus office there, met
,., ,- ..,.,.' - w. ...
u mi- c;iuiaig ui i.;i; arij-imoie. lie leu uowu mairs
t liu ,irir.n. l. .. .V. 1,-1,. i
I v ... untiling, n UTI C iUl lilt: ICfT l-VIk.3 UC U .4 1
been conSned by lameness, and the effects of the fall
were a compound fracture of the thih. His condi-
' 1 ' .
. ,ioD Kfta cous,jered very critical at the time the
ST Vc are indebted to Captain Pomeioy. of the
Constitution , for late papers from Pu get Sound.
A SITUATION AS UOO K-K F. EIER OR
2Sl linaineixis MiiHacr, in Couiuirg Boom or on
Plantation, by un experienced accouutaut address "Sax
FKasciscu"' at the i mce of this paper. It
A MKFT1XO OF TliK MEMBERS OI
tiie Ladies' Hawaiian Christian Commission, and all !
: interested in the f.itiv.u to take puceou tclsday, Nov. sth,
! will be held in the Concert Hall, ou Monday next, at4i P. M.
rjL7o 'iVffooluiiiioss I
riMIIE followim; stamiard works
JS. can be had :d the BOOKSTORE.
Cam pin's Mechanical Engineering.
King's Notes on teain Engine and Engineering.
Harwell's Engineer's Pocket Book.
W.HV.JVV.T) nnv " Y A "TNTTrF.F. ,J
J.vaaiyxja. 1 . . .
fBVUE HOME CIU:i.E..2 VOLS. A COL-
I lection of new and ehoiee piuno-ioite music, price y).
r anilehoiee pinno-iorie music, price uj.
coi;:p itiion to the Home Circle, price $ J 60.
, i ne nver i nori, a
2Di 1si.i-i: lUvei'lisird :
A X 1XVOIFE OF TIIE CI-.LKBRATEI)
Cnrtchlauclte of Hiiinart l'ere ct Fils.
410 3c fJODFIiEV KliOl'KN.
IT ox- ale.
EjritFI.IS WEhhKXOW.V JJ E E F. Cured
a S. in lavei pool Salt and packed with refined coar.-.e Kock
Milt, warranted to keep. .
California pilot bread, in bond;
Butter in small paekasres, expressly put up for ship's Uie,
White and laired conlagp of ail sizes; Hemp twine.
Hemp cai.vas .. i 00 to No. ', (roval m irin-.)
ienmi.i whisky, (Nordhauser);
Cl.irt-t viin ,
Hoc:, wines. Sherry and Madeira,
All J our tnrn imjiortation and warranted to be
410 St J.I-. HOFFsCHLAEOER STAPENHOR?T.
M'I'KEMF. COI RT ,
i i lit Pi-oof .1 Will f
ef ANDREW MILLER, late y
of Honolulu, tii ci as- d )
! V V has been inf.de to II
A PPLICATIO Y
BAVIS. Justice of Su-
on. R. O.
i i. rem ' Court. 1 v Marv Miller, i r pr .i.ate i f the will of the !.;.
I ,..Hrew Miiivr, t.r tioiiol.ilii. decea?'d. Notice is hereby civuii
nv. on MONBAV, trie lPh of Novemh-r next, at 11 A. M.. at j
thcloi.rt Mouse i
in iio'iol.ila, win bo heard the above applica
tion, and ail objection., thereto.
L. MrC ULLY,
J D St As-istant Clerk r.preiv.e Court.
A Huft'e Oppptm5$y.
AAVILL HE SOLI) IX HOXOLl'LU.fe
at Fiibiic Auction, at t iles Room, 2-l;8
laliLOu Tl ESOAV. Xoseuibi-i- 2.nl
The House and Lot in Kdia, Hawaii,
Lately occupied by H. L .UELDoN.
Tho L-.t contains about a Third of an Acre, with substantial
?t'"' wul1- Ihe house is about 45 f.-et square, with a eeven-foot
veranda fill round. ::nd contains live lanrc rooms, is in irood re-
pair, was buiit 1 1 the best materials in l!55-6, at a cost of about
J3000; situat-d in th- centre of the coffee prowiiiK rejiittn.
which is unequalled for tiie- saiul'rity of its climate; is within
200 yards of the boat l.mdinp freueiited by the Steamer and
sailinp ves-eis. The sale- of this properly afl' rds a rare oppor-
tunny for a j-erson of moderate cap.tal to em bar
try Trade, for the purchase of Cf-ffee. fuopus, &c.
xi:ie, Fee-sin.pic. Terms, on quam-? cash;
p embark in thu Coun-
balnnre at six
MWl WEKER & CO.!
Have on iTlaiacl
And Ofier For Sale at LOW RATES
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS!
Flour, superfine ;
Hour, extra ;
Mackerel, in hlf bbls.,
Mackerel, in kits ;
Tapioca in tins,
Marshall's Superior Currant Wine !
California Irt Wine,
Kci.tii.c felt. Spirit turier.tire.
K-ro-ie oil. ' iKiwner's".
Tar, Br.chi varni.-.li.
Ci.ir.a tib-s, Pair.ted pails,
Cedar paii. Limti,
BOrdGT 3. lid
summon iio.A offs:s:,
FIRE BRICKS, COMMON BRICKS,
CEDAR BOARDS, REDWOOD BOARD?, SHINGLES.
FfiTivAL. The ladies f thh city are making vig
orous efforts for a Festival in aid cf the Christian
Commission, f r the relief of wounded soldiers ia the
American war, which is to be holden at Concert IlaU
cn Tuesday evening, November 8;h (the day of the
prcsidertial election.) The entertainment is to com.
bine a fair, with tableaux exhibition, singitiR and
music. Any persons wishing to contribute articles
for the fair, will End their donations very welcome.
Captains, officers and seamen having curiosities,
shells, whale teeth, bear skins, er anything else that
thev chocs U give, can ai l the ladies very much.
Whatever funds are raised and we hope it will not j
be les than a thousand dollars are for the relief of
the wcunded soTdiers and sailers at home. Any arti-
clea fioni captains can be left at A. J. Cart w right,
Wilcox, Richards Co.'s, or at the Book-store.
Fresh Frcit. Ia the absence of fruits of island
growth, the importation of Oregon and California
apples and pears is very opportune. 15y the Yankee
some very f.ue lots of apples were received, and by
the Smyrtiiote, pears as well as apples, a sale cf
which takes place to day at 12 M., at Severance's
i.lllll VI Illli li.li
U ill give his" Second Performance
fa ii ton Halh Saturday Iaveninir
orTomiii J9, isci.
THE- PROGRAMME W ILL COMBINE
Wonders of Black Art,
li i t c Z T a g i a ,
Necromancy, Denionoiogy aud
Illustrations of Witchcraft.
Has, during the last 1j years, performed in erery fart of the
I 'nited ?t:ites ami the Canadas, causing dulight and KStonihh
liifnt, which no other mortal has accomplished. The selections
embrace new and astoundius novelties.
To conclude with a DANCE by
Poors open at 7 o'clock, to commence at 8, precisely.
Admission, 50 cts. Reserved seats, SI 00.
j V y T T7'YJ"J "TTTD C t
j FJ1 . ' i I i A llj .1 I
Has Just Eeceived by the
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
German, " Englisli and
Which will be ready for sale middle of next week.
IY2ELCHERS & CO.,
SutporHerM acid onsitsision
AOENTS FOR THE
IlAMPriKi'I-BkEMKN- FlKK INSURANCE COMPANT,
KitwiKi Sioau Plantation,
Tobkv Sugar Pi.AST.nos.
GCSTAV C. MtLCHtllS,
J. P. Wll'IR,
K A. SonArPFR,
J. Js... 13 UEDICI
IXRRMOVIXfi HIS HI SIXF.SS j
to his new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade
Fort street, takes this opi-ortunity of retprn-
jlkifei'ija) his sincere thanks to his friends and the
SiSkii;ljV'3. public in ireneral, for the support ami patron- !
fti'J&Z? Srwm 1 .! -i. I ..1..,.... .5 . !
" - - ' ' aire Vw nicn liiey na - om jj io-,istjii ij f.-ruui :
him fr the j-ast tea years, and hop that by attention to busi- :
ness and promptness in he execution of all orders intrustetl to j
him, he jvill merit a continuance- of their favors. 440-ly ;
iombeI FMif y mi I
Another lot of that Superior, Pure,
"Wliite JCiijliisli ine !
White Lead and Boiled Linseed Oil.
The Oil !:i those 4 pall, cans suitable for shipment.
3? is :r
fOl'STITfTiOX WW 1 1 n
A Ft" LL A?H)RTMKNT OF
UGR' WEST LUMBER!
Comprisinp all e:ros r-jantliirj, Tonued and Orooved Boards,
1 and li inch boards, Rough and Planed Pickets.
er I O L .A. IsT T !
A Good Assortment of
Comprising NAILS, LUCK?, HINGEs, SCREW?, fcc, Lc
Such as TongueJ aud Grooved, Suiface 1'laned and
Rough Doards, Pickets, Scantling, Shingles,
We have ::' just opened a fine assortment of
"Wr a 11 Paper!
cf which we off'-r f'-r a'.e at our Lumber Yard on Fort,
King ant! Merchr.nt street.
f.KWKKS & DICKSON.
I rflllE HABITS OF litMJU SOCIETY. A
H hand Io f r lad: s and U-ntb.T.iou, J .
Th- Art of Conv rsHii -a with in-tructions for -!f education f 1 50
Mahew's Illustrated Ib rse Manap-inr-nt, ' 50.
Kerr-ations r f a Country Paron. J vois. $3 00.
Art-mas Wanl. (his l.U. 1 f-0.
F.-irly Dawn of Chris' i.tmty in t-inc-la::d, 75.
Water Babies, a fairy tal-, Jl 50.
Spiorier on SV.e- p. an Knclish work, $1 75.
Marparet and her Bride.-n.aid. 1 75.
The Horn-rs r f .-.ce- ion. 1 50.
E'irch Arden. Tennyson's new poem, 1
Ar.irian, an -pi'Csie by Mi-s Preseott. 1 CO.
A F.npep pes- to Pubiic Biisi:e -s. ?1 6-'J.
Mor.cmar.i.ic. 1 75. Ra'tV- I'i-l'.i of ;ur Fathers, 1 o.
A Womn!i's Philos-jphv of Wrman, ?1 50.
Golden L'-aves from tb Bri'i'-h Pt,..ts. 00.
The Pri.'.p of I.if-, 1 &5. Pl rtatioita in Fashionable Life, $1 C3.
Correspondence rf Onnderade, 1 50
Gen. John M"rcan an-1 b.is M-n. $1 75.
Yankee B y fr ui Hoitio. ;1 50. Tab s of the Saxons, 1 35.
The Orfiheus C. Kerr I'aperF, VoU. $1 00.
Thoughts ou Personal P.ellsrion. $1 50.
Summer Day Book. $1 '25. " K;i-,'--rtro Hunters, 1 25.
Picture of Comical i pie. Jl 25.
Instractions in Gymnastics by Nshl Bros. 2 50.
Together ivith a gn at variety cf Juveniles, Gift
Books, Ac, too numerous to mention.
THE GREAT WIZ.1IHI OF THE EAST!
HaOffiilai' lispistcli One
SAX FRANCISCO !
THE FAYOHITE BARK
& Yankee !
Will have quick dUimtch for the above port.
For freight or pas.ige apply to
C. BREWK 4; CO.,
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE
THE A 1 CLlPPKlt BARK
Having the greater part of her cargo engaged, will have
di.-jMtU-h for the shove port. For freight ir passage, having
upcihn" accommodations f-r cahin and fti-eruge passengers.
ALMtlCIt. WALKER, & CO.
AsentH ut San Francineo
for HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE,
Messrs- Chaa. W. Brooks & Co. 40 2t
PCS BHSMSST !
THE A I lMilC.
H Hors.oimia. ! Mi
It. I. SCIIIT.MAClIi:n, Master.
Will have immediate dispatch.
Liberal advances will be made on Consignments.
For freight or passage apply to
440-31 El. IlGKFSCIiLAKOKR Jk STAPENnORST.
OIL Xic3L SOjE
HAWAIIAN CLIPPER SHIP
& lolaxii," &
Wi'd be ready for freight early next week at LOWEST
RATES. Has carried fire cargoes and Mlwsys lauded ia good
order. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO.
N". II. Advances made on Shipment.
Oil shipped under the Hawaiian Flag is free from Wnr KUks
and pays NO MORE BIT 1'IES OR CIURUK.H, thau
iT shipped under the American Flag.
The fast-sailing AVio llaicaiian Dark
EVER MA SID,
Cnpt. J. J. KLIINKC,
Will have Immediate 1'ispatch for the above port.
F'or freight or passage apply to
440- II. HACKFELD V Co.
" For" VICTOi I S A , V. Y.
THE CLIPPER BARK
Coustitul ioii9 $n
Will Sail on the 1st of November for the aboie port.
For freight or piissaRC apply to
II. HACKFELTJ & Co.
ODD FELLOW'S IMLL, Tort Street.
SHIP, P LATITAT I G5!
I Eecoivecl by tho
! Tina mnm m
CASES CARK.SODA, COIIX STARCH,
j tSolden Gt Extra Flour, $ (..alls, and o,n. pickles,
j Cal. Cream Cheese, Boston pickli-d haiiin,
Cal. Clear Bacon, : Preston's eli x-olate,
j Mince M"Ht, cases; French rl.-oeol.tte.
J Asstd. Meats and Soups, cas'-s; Cal. Mission potatoes,
j Steamed oysttrs, cases; A ssorffd extracts,
! Ppiced oysters, case; Sapo, Tapbea.
j Vermic-ili and Macaror.f, Karrina and Yeast pow.ier,
j Picnic, t?od-i fi Jf;nny Lin'l caks Preserved tniik.
j 4 Gallon kegs pickles, Iresh apples, in tins;
I 10 Gallon keps cranberries, . Prures. in j.Ia;
i I'-illin's supur cured hams, Assid. jams and jellies.
j Kaeks oats, Astd. herbs and vpire,
Cases Cal. peaches, for table; Mustard mid salad nil,
j Cases Cal. pears, for table; M.i-hroom and walnut ketchup.
! 13 y tiie ZEverfia.i?cl.
; swiss .iieesf:,
I Cai Enplish pie fruit.
Jars Zante currants.
Cases English pickles.
;Cas-s Knplish Cbc;ese, It differ
i ent kinds:
Keirs crushed suirar,
I I'.opna sausap'-s,
, Bemijohns vinegar.
i V Boxes new nar lines,
Vr boxes Norwegian cudllsh,
RaisinM, in plass;
Lemon jiet-l, in plass:
1 Boxes codfish.
Barrels pure cil"r vinegar,
Caw a card matches.
P.ox-m dairy salt,
I lb Tins H. & B. ovsters,
; Half bbls family pork,
Qr bbls family pork,
.l.ases cr am tartar,
; Cases carb. sxl i .
i Bags dairy salt,
jl Gall, jars pickles,
Cates cafile soap,
: I. & M. yeast powder.
A. I. CARTWRICSIIT.
For hale by
At the Commercial Adv. Office,
IV r Bat lis Yankee and Snsyrniote,
Oct. 23d and 26th. ISO-i.
HARPER'S WKEKhV, SEPT. 3 1 O IT.
lA-sbes Weekly, Sept. 3 10.
New York Times. Aup. 27 Sept. C 10.
Tribune, Aup. 'Jl Sept. 3 10,
World, Aup. -J5 Sept. 1 S.
" Ledper, Sept. 10.
' Zietunp, Aup. 27 Sept. 3 10.
French Courier. Sept. 3 VI.
London Illustrated News. Aup. 13 M.
Punch, Aut:. 1320.
" Dispatch. Aup. 14 21 JS.
?.crdtnento Union, Sept. 24 Oct. 1 3.
San Francisco Bulletin. Oct. 1 S.
" Alta, Oct. 1 S.
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1 1 arper's for October.
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