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FLORIDA WATER I
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
1MI4 AfVf IC'I.E. lO1MISiTIICM0St
eUn ftifnan el fir -, mv-aa-j ae a penuese-
For tl&o Xtnth.
I- ,1 U bethink, it iatMM mriy Streecla -
K wwl that ntii'M e rfviuSMy la tae e ewara
Umr4 y kit.
It wvr Sabar, IrevilM aI
tatlaenl wit "iff. K eaa- ae lly peatrlSee. ta a-
Mim uwk whit-ifM tt llwr t.Uk. aw tea to tae areata.
La a.uia Km rut hrt erl ol niftl enje.
It tKinll aJwea. a laail aTUr aaav.ag. aUutm liu watr.
it fwv ail lunUniamtiua.
K:t)Il.C.TOV. 1IOV1 UTTER A. CO-
41 awl m fr tt at.. fcu Fraacieto, CaL
XT Oa J' e fpMtm Vrurtyu:. m lm
-. Mow Gold TVXotvl t
HUE GOLD METAL WATCHES !
SOW SEINU I5TH0DCCED BT
O. 12- COLLINS As CO.,
19 W VSIinCTO.I VL,Sl I KI.MI5C0,
SURPASS AXfTHIXU YET
aWe ia the way o aa iaitaftoa Goal Watrh.
fhey wrar wan ad kep o-d lis.
Ldi- Watcheeot AM.AlOaau' 015
each; the Gentlemen's cotl
ft 15 aad 2( ruck.
onAZzrs morn $3 to $6 sags
R IXO M M EN DATIOXIt
ae Faaactsra, May 12. 1MB.
T1il 1 to enrtifr that I have earrie.1 one of mmII via
,l.t Matal WaT:ne whka I get of C. E. Cna Ofc, and I
4al that K rum a wall, and keepe M rxI ae aa f ate
I ever earrlnj. an4 I can UwreAw rcoeartl llxrm. J an
I "Draff-! an eacraaiento atrauwr Carjr .
I am eoKioeer the Sao Jaee KaJroa-l I Un bcra car
ry tug eae uC K. I oil to a L vmcsw nr twai ooe year,
eod 1 caa aafr-ty aar vt W tt r rf watch tim that 1
tkTr ca. owl. toMW.LU
Eofnuccr ao IW a Juat BaiUOM.
Tiw, May 20. 1V50.
Sttrw. C. . Cmiln 4 Ca. I wiatk to aou o u tofBt
ywa UI wad ft ar m vaccina toooaaiMiem. DeftrtlrfiM
la) Utt matltuM anua ar msnif xciif rxeu aa tarn wm i
r f you ( 1 an ry Btittb HuMed itlk j it give amafaC-
tiuav liupiuc to Brar wm yna anno. I mm your, ac
K. B. r.rru, Orrk, TuaiMt, Ul.a.K.
for Liot af Pvtoa and dvnerf ptlna mf Oomia, ara. directly to
a. Caa ba an at ay apraa, la b fuaul br an 4;fcwy.
C. K. 0UJS to,
U WaatuutfUio ilrat. Satt fraaciactt.
r. , What- aia Watebra af tbc ar ar arifertd at
ttaa. ft tU huI ao vvlxa, fca of aJl charge. W aJao deaJ
ia tha InaC 1M as ttt W tkto, wairhmakart aad few.
tar Uaa aad laiartala, at la r-.-ry kraot poaaibl ra(a.
(Alpiaa Miner. 1
Tha aaw Uubl Matal Watcaaa iww feinff iotrwloenl kr C. C
ColUoa A Cu.. af Ban rraaeiacis nrn to a Joat ttm thing; far
I iftuaa 4ctrtaa a ehiap aad at ! aama til fiml-tnoUtm Ua
On af Via yaamt lady wapaaitora to aovafltoaaaa
ana M lhbMM attM) aUni.d aa-a ran aU.aod
kwii aiiod tuua, Mil avcma lo luinu ail u rttira.
arau of a aitlt-prtcad -accb. fa chain arat with tiva watch
Mof rrqiumia draiga aad bigtk flatab, that drvrtianaeat
la aaitfaf aulusao.
X ravto Calaa-l
WitrioWt aaa rveaiwd om af Uk Bw Cold Metal
Wafc.b thmm C K. CaUioa t.'ov. af fraaciaoav It km
aaally anitbxl, haaUnf iw, krva irnoil Umr, and at witftovt
aoobi iha toM watca br tiMr arm that caa b aorcoaanl la
Vaar Sasr f Uvaper thaa Ur loakiaf and wearing
nka anld ha alatad but rajraaiaail ara the arw Uotd
Motal WaHehm wa " Inat rat at aar Cnand Calllaa. If w
had ana a mfci watoh whirh ha to pay each year 1 to
Larla jua - far th pnrUnrA of waarmg -w rrtaiory voaua
ha a ttotel Matat Watch. a 3aa
utt a wuiuai, isay r. LaaoiaaAt caaa. a-noaaan.
W1LMDIS, DLl.NCIHRD & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
fla. 30S Frost Street,
C33 Cut 5J.T r KXCI3CO.
English and European News.
4 PAPER CONTAIN I X TIIK NEWS.
Tk taa twiaeipai Lada. a U-tMTad Paaary, aaJ ail
lata uag aiattnr (ma tsa Ttmti, aad r iba t aiid avail.
clo-ap jra). fur araaa fawliaf aaraal or as loa
Th day of Mar4Uoo ar Taa-t; aad Fr-Ujt ia lha
iftnauoa, aad tar ptixw i 3d. rr c-fj, or Sd. a aHt ot
f aWnbara caa abtaia -THK MAIL,' thmarh !frwapar
Ac wen, ar atay haro it front thm I'aouaUaT, oa ara-aa mrtit. at
IMaoaf finu. aWr-. Lmwluo. CVt to
Late Foreign Items.
John (J. Sate bis lectured more tbAo a thousand
timers ia tLtt Atlantic and Western Stated, mad L
now gor lo Sao FrancLtco to deliver a cour of
lctnre. lie will "orate" on tbo w if aak-J.
He oubt to up at Salt Lake Cilj and furnlsli
IZiighaai itb an epigram.
Thf J.,urnl I'jficirl, of Parw. dnirt that Mr. J.
tj. A. Warivn, luo Amfriuau titl-o tutr
rested dnrinf? tLe late riou, recflred ill n(e. aud
lQ)f a judicial inquir into ibe circumstances of chwl teacheia.
New York boosts of a Chine giant 84 ft. high.
Iiri k I'omeroj intends to run for State Senator
in New York next winter.
The dry good clerks of Detroit have organized
a l"rotccti?e Attocintion.
The toUl wool production of the world is
1,772,200,000 pounds annually.
Japan now imports Yankee piano fortes and
IdEA V PfiRRIXS
DECLARED HY COX.YOI.O'EUHS
Tb Prince of Wale narailed the Peabodj
Utiue near the Exchange rfcntlj, with iiapooiug
cerrmoni'K. MioUter lotley, tte Ird .Mayor,
arnl ML-v CoutLa wrre among tbe .nciatorii prest-nt.
An immense crowd witaesved ibe ccreiuouy.
The London 71u, la a lonjr article on Spain
and Cuba, say the former belU-r off withont
j t'uba than with it anil a rhe run not hold it any
way. mij think hmelf particularly fortunate if
Bbe gets paid.
I.vsrkJttCTloX IS MAtEiKAFpain seems dttstioed !
ur ioiw ail ui-r urpiuurutira. n cuuic uirajiaicu
from Madrid announces the reception of news in
1 that city to the effect that a republic had been de
clared in Madeira. Troops were at once despatched
from Cadiz to the Island.
The Kmi-eror. in commemoration of the hun-
The latest Iit.n notion is a house on Beacon
street without u front door.
ien. O'rant has chown that he can decline a
gift by refusing to accept fifty acres of land.
It id announced tlint provision is now made for
circumnavigating the globe in three months.
What would Capt. Cook have paid to this?
The pea serpent has made his annual appear
ance, this time off the Jersey chore, where he
frightened a fisherman so that he fainted.
According to a Chicago paper, there are forty
gambling houses in that city, in which 3,000,
000 are squandered away annually.
At the Duxbury cable celebration the Plymouth
band made a mistake by playing the Marseilles
after a toat to the Kinperor of the French.
Suftttintendent Clapp, of the Government
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD !
rmMtr. SUCCESS 1PTII1S MOST DEI.I-
CloCS aad aarleallad CNdiant bannr raoa cwrtaia
dcalrra lo apply the aam af Vf oremtrrahire aoce" lo Ihnr
ewa inferior cxnpouoda, the ToMle la hereby Informed that toe
only way to aecare the (eaoine, la to
ASK FOE LEA & PERRLXS' SAUCE,
aad lo aee that their name are ntx the trrantr, lubtlt.
Happtr and aare.
of la.- luceira aark-ta aarlne keen aupoiieii aim a
amrtooa Worceatershire !?aor, apoo the wrapper and label
at which lie Dajaea of Lea and P.rriaa have bcea arf&, L. aiul
P. rive aotie that they have fun;ihl their Cbrrepooleol
ita pnwer of aitomey to take iutaat prfjceeuinea araot
Htnm ftctHTtt anl t'nuttr nt aoch,or any other Imitation
by vhxh their right my be inn-iored.
Ask far LEI a, PERUI S Smte aid See Xaaie oo
Wrapper, Labrl, Battle, asd Mapper.
Wbnleaale and tnr Fxnet fey the Proprietor. Worcester t
Croaae aad Blackacll, Looalnex, Ac Ac.: and by tiroeer aad
Otiaaca aaiveraatly. 6jI ly
ELEY S AMMUNITION !
For s'aider-llnDcbl of i7 bore, and t
the Henry, and MarUni-llrtiry Riflea of
M bore, adopd by lie- Ma.-ty' War
Iiepartaieul, aao of -wW bote tut )i Hilary
WATERPROOF CSXTItAUFIRR 3IE
TALUC CARTRIDOK4 with cnUrrcd
Haae t aaall hr re, adptri by F-jreira
Utrenugnu tr eonvrrtml .Chaaaepot,
Berdaa. Remington. aal other Riflr ; alao
CartrkJoe lot RaiUrd. the spencer, and
AnerlcaB Henry Kr prating RiCca.
The - CLCT BOXER" are the cLeapeat
CartrMge k now o. carry lo their own iimi-'
Uoa, aad aeiaa; awl wholly of racial, are waterproof and in
periehaat la aay cliaiale.
The ahoe Cartridge caacs (jpy) rl all ixe. and for the
different ajateai af lireecb'I'avliJig KiDr. caa be had with or
wtUMol the Mitable Ballet and Machine for AowhiDg the Car
trwlse. BOXER CARTRIOOES of -420 bore for Re vol viae PiatoU,
aaed la tier Majeaty'a Navy.
COPPER RIM-FIRS CARTRIDGES ft all aiae. for 8Uh
At Weoano'a.Traatrr'a, aad other Packet Revolvers.
K U a
o O a i
ka u a
dredlh birtb-dar of Napoleon the rirt. grants
j complete aiunesty Xn prei" and political offenders, j Printing Office, has appointed eight apprentices
aim K.-rson tuut nieu 01 rtviuu 01 ujin, utwri- ; tWO OI WlloUl are Colored.
era from the army and navy, and nailors of the , . , . . t m
merchant marine who have abaudoned their ships, j n",'c,,,lllc "making lots of money in Brazil.
Lkoki. Ane. 25.-Tbe InJrptnJmce Bet.je I V19 K'nror always goes to his concerts, and
says the leconclliation of the sJulluu and Imail ! Piant pnvate interviews.
I'asba Is perfect, and tbeKgypdan qtifstion is over, j ' Profewr Franz Abt, the popular German song
Ittnail U to bave a grand reception at Constantino- j coiupMer, has been invited to become conductor
pie. I of the great national sangerfest, to be held in
The United States Moop of war Jamestown, j Cincinnati next year.
A chancery suit that was commenced in 1805
lias Just been compromised in London.
Along the outer boulevards of Taris, steam
cars are now running without rails, on macada
A sanguine holder of rebel cotton bonds writes
to the London Morntng Post that he thinks in a
few years the Southern States will pay the bonds.
Father Gavazzi, in a letter to a friend in the
north of England, says that a crisis in Italy is
approaching," and 44 that he is preparing for a
The cholera, which broke out in the beginning
of July, at Teheran, in Persia, where the deaths
rose rapidly to thirty a day, is making ita way
During the present year 220 petitions have
been presented to Parliament for woman suffrage,
containing 41.000 signatures, and 18,500 pam
phlets distributed, written by Mr. Mill, Miss
Cobbe.Mdo. Dodichou, Prof. Newman,?and others.
The Russian Government has issued a ukase
for a universal exhibition to be held in St. Pe
tersburg next year, to open on May 15. It is said
that the Emjieror Napoleon is exiected to vie.it
the Court ot Kussia on the occasion of this exhi-
wbicb ba.i Iwen at Panama since tlt latter part of
.May, Is under orders for the reejee, Caroline and
other islands in tbo Pacific, to settle some mission
ary trouble and redre&s grievances of Ainericau
citizen. She will sail about the 21st. and on her
The iV. 1'. Pust havs one-tenth of the popula
tion of that city are paupers, and receive assist
ance from the public. They number 03,000.
The number of peripatetic adventurers and
return join the South Pacific Squadron at Valpa- j swindle at the watering places, under the guise
ruhto. The cmie will involve about 20,000 miles i of noblemen, is said to be unusually largo and ra-
of sailing, and consume from seven to eight pacious this season.
mouths. Pawivvt Star.
NAair. -Mr N'asby during a visit to Washington
was turned out of hid "post ofii.s" aud a nigger
put in his place. There was wailing among tbe
paraon's creditors at tbe corners, especially as his
bondsmen were called upon to make good ti e
losses by the late post-master's thffts. It is no
longer safe for him to remain at his old quarters,
and be is in despair. He sas: "I would fasten
Diy.-elf to A. JoLn.-oD, but unfortunately there aiut
etitilf in him to tie to. 1 would ez sou think uv
tyin myself to a car wheel in a storm at sea.'
The German gambling hells are all doomed to
be suppressed at tbe expiration of their present
leuse ; a recent vote of tbe liolgiun Chambers has
UXeU the a 1st .lay or October, 1611, as tbe date on
which " Fatal Zero " shall come up for the la.st
time in Spa ; and now a petition, sigued by fifteen
hundred inhabitants of Nice, has been presented
to tbe French Senate, praying that body to use its
influence to procure tbe suppression of tbe great
stronghold of gambling at Monaco.
A New Rack. The Loudon A'tie aaTs that Mr.
Cameron, a Calcutta savant, has discovered a race
JANION, RHODES & CO..
Vlclwrla, V re ro Ialai4a
tt. . Partieaiar attention paid lococaifnaienH of Saodwica
11 and Produce.
Victoria, V.X, January I.1M3. (SO ly
PIX-CARTRIDOX3 for Lalaocbcox Kcvoivers af li-tn. . 9 m
aad 7-av . bore.
CENTRA L.PIRE an.1 PIX-FIRR CARTRIDGES for all aiar
had ayteaa of Qaaa. RiOea. and RealvrT.
Doable Waterproof aad K. B. Cap. Patent Wire Cartridge,
Felt Uoa Waddioe for Breech ami Maul loader, aad every
aeaenptiua of Spurtiug aad Military AauauniUiei.
CRAY'S INN ROAD. LON'UO S
6S4 . WHOLESALE O.XLT. eowly
C1TT AND JOHN M. DAVIS
For aU by
fW4 3rn) IRA RICHARDSON.
.a. a. wi.acTa..
T. a. BaTKa.
MAIN A. WINCHESTER,
Maaaracvcaaaa n ntrowraas or
Harness, Saddles, Brldlrs, AVhlps,
COLLtK.S SiDDLERT XflKZ,
Mttl -wd ! Battery at9a Frstaelae.
V. Bl Oood aaaortatent Concord Star Ilaraea cowataatre
oa hand. 6oo ly
w. Mreraasea, c. K. ctaaa
SEVERANCE, CLJKIi & CO.,
And Shipping' Agents.
40S Front Strtet. corner of tl'ty Stf ikin Praucl0.
We wtU attend to the Sate of Suar. and an khvla of Tataad
Trrndanav AIM, to Die rarcaaaiao; aad f orwardinf af Mcr
haadiaa. Boa ly
Mccracken, merrill &. coM
HAVING BEEN F.MUAOKP IN OCR PRE
eat bweiae a arwanla of aevea year, aad feetaw
tneated la a Ar proof fertek kaiMlng. we are prepared to receive
aad diaaoa of la lam I ataplca, aaca a BOifar, Rk.Syrap, Pmla.
Co-, Ac, to advnautf. CoaaiiriHaetM eapeeuily anUcited
tw the Oregmv Market, to which rxtranoal attentMnj will he paid.
na ayva wuci caaa oiivaacea wiu ae avaoo waeo reo, aired.
Sa Paasettiew RariarcBi
Bodirer h Uadeaherger, Ja. Patrick A Ca,
Fred. Iken, W. T. Coieavut ft Co.,
ilevvna. Baker ft Co.
An a ft Lewis. Ladd ft TUtoa. Leonard ft Oreea
Waiker ft AUea. ly
BLACK GERMAN CLOTH SACK COATS,
Aagliah Navy Rio Flannel Soita.
White, Colored and Fancy Linen Suits,
While .Mareeilleo Mad Lah Veata,
Made to Order be DRV LI X ft CO, New Fork City, aad ft
aaie ar mmct met, by
64 So IRA RICHARDSON
MADE TO ORDER AND FOR SALE
by IRA RICH AKltON.
aS4 Soj Corner of Fort and Mercbaat Kreeta.
Far Salt by
Boots, Balmorals and Slippers.
Corner of Fort ami Mtrbaot trreta.
J. C. MERRILL L Co.,
Com minion Merchants
-rV. uctiouo crn,
20 1 and 206 California Street.
ALSO, AQK3TS OF TOB
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
ParUealaratteotio gieea to the aale aad parahaa of taer.
haadlao. atuaw boaiaeao, rapat k waataehlp. aeaotiatia
XT AU fretght an i ring at Saa f raseieeo.by or U th Ho
mala Line of Paebeta, wUl beforwar Jed raaa or coajoaatoa.
XT Raeaaoaw a Uaaotala baaght aad aald. dTS
S' fa C L. Rieharda ft Ea fliTnaliita
- H. Mackaat a Co -ua
C. Bvowae ft Cu..... ...........
Maav. ft. M. alk.,...,
U C. Winniit. Ram.
Dloxilx Zicgal Forms.
FTvUSS UXDCRSIGNCD HAS OM HAND
-l " " k""-T -ry fir rale, Hi. a Taraa. am . g .
aal la the Laaao, Sal. or Purchaa af fteaj Xatate, Xercaatil
Traaaatlpaa, ., ft. Aaaoog t&ew aay be fcad the toilow
CHARTER FARTT, ft lit. CWertaff of Traacat,
POWER OF ACTORS ET. Three or fbar dlSerrat fcraM
of sweelal aad rorml Power of Attorney.
CCSTOM noC POWER OF ATTORSBT,
CO-PARTS EES HIP. Sw MereaaUe, 3Uoaiataria( or ftrri.
UCASX af U-mm e Land.
111. Or SAL, of Ragialeveil Teaari,
BILL. OF BALft. af Paraaaal Property,
XORTwA0R,f Real Rata..
CHATTEL MORTQ AOC, of Faraitar or Perwaal Property.
BUILDER- COS TRACTS,
LJLAAR Or FESJ09AL. PROPERTT.
TJIDESTCaX Or APrRXSTICESHIP,
VHO or REAL, ESTATE.
LABOR COSTRACT, betwoea 9later aad Servaat, t are
C039TXAR mTOICE aad Certiaeau, he porrbfar aad
TOBACCO AND CIGARS!
MUST RECEIVED AND NOW OPEN FOR
A Lap Chalre AvrtmeBt af
Tobacco sxi id Oir2Xis
Compriaiaf la part the LUowing Brant :
Ta. C. Wi'tiam ft Co.' Light Pre Nataral Leaf, very floe.
3. T. OyW Hard Pm Nataral Leaf, eery fine.
OoUea Bar, Mediant Pre Natural Leaf, very floe.
Pocket Piece Medium Pre NaUtral Leaf.
Poeke Piece Mary Sweet,
Fruit Brand Hard Pre Chewing.
Dora a Beat Fine Cat Chewier.
A Variety of Brand.
Tip Top, Oeraiaa.
Rio Del Sorle. OVrrnan,
Mariacal VilUra, nermaa.
La Reel it ode. California made fnw lUbana Tulacco.
La Pas, Ueaotoe llabana. eery flae,
Rl Caprtcaa de Caba.
Ueaatue llabana, eery floe.
Briar Wood Pipes, Snuff, &c., tie .
Soda Water Always on Hand,
J Sptm or Sod Bctilts.
OrdVrw frwa Ike at her lata ad Reewertrallr
Sallclteel aad 1'r.n.al, Allr.oedl" '
IIOLLISTKR 6c IIYLAND,
WJ" "a. M Naaana Bfreet, Mooolalw.
Stoves and Rancn.
COOK STOVES Noa. 1
Caehnt Raaeea. 5oa. 7 aad B.
For aale kw. (S90 3a)
C. RREWPR ft CO.
SHIP'S MANIFESTS. BIO. of Ladlae, Ac. ft.
-y Thato Wan ore printed aa the Soeot duenaaent paper
aad la the laaaet etjav. Urdar free the other U aad prospCy
Prisw tr Kai Cyf , Si ft. ; .r per Dx.
For al by (UO -) n. M. WIIITSP.T.
HAS BEEN S'OCND TO RL'R-
Wlnlcr'M Metallic P.iint !
Aa a protection the an kind of StMda. BeUinr. RoeV, Boiler
Ira ae Wood-work expnaed to lb. etangea Incident to a tropt.
cal eiuaale. It I aott oorrDeive. reauta oaavpoea and deft,
decay, aad la the ooly anaar which aeotactatraa all vtclaeWode.
For Sale Wholesale by a Brewer & Co.,
And af retail by all eaterprioiag dakr U Patau. 693 oat
FIKE KXTIAC-LISHKKS !
g A FIRE EXTINGUISH ERS FROM BOS
X TaT lea via Saa Fraaciaco tor aale ry i
C. BREWER ft CO.
X. B Thee Machine, a daerrdlr popoUr ia the Tailed
Stale, where they have aaved allioo 4 property, will be aotd
fc o ad caargea. (o3 3ea) C. B. ft CO.
Carts and Wagons.
UEAVT nORSE CARTS.
Mediaoi Hor Carta,
oi men wua tans in northern JJorneo. luey are
naid to adopt a costume an econoruiral as It id
primitive ; to live exclusively by hunting ; and to
btiun all intercourse with the litil-lesa tribes which
lububit the better knuwn district.'! of the Liand.
Mr. Cameron thinks that if only tbe Asiatic Society.
or the authorities of tbe Indian Miietiui, will asai.st i
him in rahonjc tbo funds necefetarr to defray the
cost of an expedition, that the missing link'' will
at lant be brought to light, and that liorneo will
mpply the mean of enablinir man to form acquain
tance wi'd) LU primeval ancestor. Here is a chance
fur the Enjrlifch theorLds who believe id a gorilla
or monkey orhjin of the race.
Nrx LinF.BATKu. There was a great excitement
at Vienna, in Austria, over the liberation of ft nun
from a Catholic convent, where she had been con
find for more than twenty years. From the way
the account reads, we conclude, although the fact
U stated, that she bad been confined tigainnt her
will, and was finally liberated by the civil authority
in disregard, or in defiance of the ecclesiastical
laws applicable to r-ucti institutions. There was a
strong popular demonstration on the occasion.
which euded in such an excitement and such dis
turbance that the military was called out to re
store order. Tbe particulars of the case will be
looked for wita Interest.
Let Glasgow Flockim!.'' The Washington
Administration appointed a American Consul at
Glass ov one HaAzertv. who had been a Fenian.
and on that account the nritisb Government refused
to recognize him. and now the telegraph tells us
that Motley. American Minister to Kngland, has
temporarily appointed to the place one 1 jut man.
and that tbe American Government will take no
action in the case of Ilaggerty as Consul to Glas
gow, the Fenian question having assumed such a
complexion that the Administration his no desire
to further complicate the subject.
Who ark the Cakijsts? Don Carlos, the cause
ot the present Carlist outbreak in pain, is a lineal
scion of tbe elder branch of the ancient house of
Bourbon. He is tbe son of the old aeitator. Don
Carlos, and had for grandfather. King John VI. of
Portugal. His immediate comrades are hangers
on of the old Hour bo n dynasty, and the multitude
now rallying nnder bis standard are tbe present
admirers of tbe old Bourbon policy of absolutism.
The slow progress ot the Spanish revolution and
tbe inefficiency of the Serrano regency is what has
given Ibe opportunity for his present mutiny
gainst the existing authority and government of
The scene of his warlike operations is now con.
ined mostly to tbe province of Ciudad Keul.
though the neighboring district of Cord r a is more
or less mutinous. The object which this Bourbon
descendant is striving to accomplish is the over
throw of the Serrano-l'rini govcrnmeut, and the
re-establisbdieut of bis ancient houe upon tbe
throno of Spain. But tbe power of his family
perished with the dethronement of Louis I'hiltppe,
and it Is probably not destined to Darlicinate
again in me government oi t-urope. it has been
fruitful of so many destructive and auch uncalled
for outbreaks, without ever securing a single bene-
a 1 la a. - a.R f . .
nciai result to tne people wnom It professed to
benefit, tbit its name is a bye-word amonz all crov-
ernmenis ana population or Europe.
rEEiUfsKS. The recent debates In the English
House ot Lords on tbe bill providing for the crea
tion of Life-lVerages were of an exceedingly inter
esting nature. Among the ablest speakers were
the .Marquis of haliibury, the Duke of Arcrvle.
it . 1 . a R . a a mm a.
iue jtri oi jiaimesDiiry, ioru Jiongnton. Karl
Granville, Larl Kusoeil and Lord Stratford do
ltedciiJe. Tbe speech of the Earl of Malmesbitry
was very causuc lie argueu mat unuer me Mil
titular honors woold lose their value by becoming
common that next they would become worthless.
anu anaiiy, ui'creaitaoie, so that, at last, when a
man was made a l'eer, people would say, " Served
him right." For Englishmen such a nrosnect ia
appalling. not only for the possessors of titles,
out ior toe great Dour or tbe ncoole. wbo worKhln
.1 7 It t ' r
auciu evru wore tuau uieir possessors.
To tbk North FoiJi bt lUuiiov-A m ml
daring experiment is noted by the Pall Mall Uu-
ztue: " ine luvunaole failure which has hitherto
It is reportei that Fome of the Lynn shoe
" LosFes" are considering tho' propotsitioii to run
their lactones by Chinese labor.
The straits to which the Spaniards are reduced
in Cuba, may lie secu from the fact that the Gov
ernor of Trinidad has issued vigorous orders oblig
ing all Spaniards between tho ages of fifteen and
sixty years to do duty in the field.
A colored couple were recently married in In
dianariolis who had lived together in virtual and
virtuous wedlock for 27 years. Slaves together
wheu there was no ruch thing as marriage, they
have accumulated a handsome poverty, and in or
der to have it transmitted to their children, have
been formally married.
Commodore Vanderbilt is now believed to bo
the richest man in New York, with the possible
exception of Astor. He owns a majority of stock
in such great corporations as the New lork Cen
tral, Hudson Iliver, Harlem, Southern Michigan
and Like Shore llailroads, and is accredited to
be worth at leant one hundred millions.
Wlmt shall !e done with a rascal who stains
his neck with berry juice, lies down in a field
dnd deceives a woman with tho idea that his
throat is cut, and while she is gone for assistance,
gets up and tiavels with her berries? Such an
instance occurred in New York State.
The Austrian agent of Mr. Euiil Mahel Von
Alpenbiirg, who luts founded an Austrian colony
below Richmond, writes hint tliat a Swiss gentle
man wants to settle on the mountain region of
Virginia some 200 Swir fumilice, now ready to
E. A. Pollard thinks that the result of tho
Virginia election means an acceptance of the sit
uation and the disintegration of anything like a
peculiar Southern civilization. If so, it is an
event from which tho State may date its moral,
social and political regeneration.
A singular succession of fatalities occurred at
tr. . a.
i iTinmon, iy., a lew aays ago. An immense
millstone rolled from a wagon down bill, crashed
through a fence, upset a number of beehives, the
i enraged inhabitants of which stung three cliil
j dren so that they died, and the millstone, still
j rolling on, bounded into a stock pasture and
I killed two horses and a calf.
A meteor recently exploded near Elkhorn,
Wis., and deposited on the ground a mass resem
bling the cellular nlag from an iron furnace. A
circular space of CG feet in diameter was covered
with this substance, which presented the appear
ance of having fallen in a hot fluid mass, spatter
o a r. e . a a .
ing arounu ttie scorue niter it bad struck.
Tho New York Sun correspondent had an in
terview with John Quincy Adams. Tho latter
will accept the Democratic nomination for Gov
ernor of Massachusetts if nominated, though he
does not seek it. He approves Secretary Fish s
lorcign policy : does not lavor territorial exnan-
thinks the Democrats will soon control the
attended nautical expeditions to tbe Arctic regions
baa induced two Frenchmen. Messieurs Tissadier
and de rouvielle, to undertake tbe enterprise of
.. V f it . .1 a e a a. V
irataiur ID" norto Toie in a balloon. I nn ma-
cnine in wbicb tbe bold adventurers are about to
embark on their perilous journey, and which is ap
propriately named - Le l'ole Nord," is now being
completed i. the Cbamo de Mars, which the ear.
eruuicut nave placed at tneir disposal for tbe pnr-
poe. Tbe monster balloon, beside which even
Ibe famous Grant would seem a mere tav. will
contain over ltt000 cubic metres of gas. and is
composed entirely of a cl.dh manufactured from
caouu-boucn. which will allow of p-reat exnanalon
the rarefied strata of the atmosphere. The
seams nnitioe the different t.
length of three English miles. Tbe car, a marvel.
it w aaui. oi itrengtn and lightness, is constructed
to carry ten taaaensrera A.OoO nonnda t..ll..t a
provisions for a moots. We can only hope ibis
bold enterprise may fx attended with better luck
than the aerial flight of tbe Geant in 1S63.
UfaC Carta. Pa? bar or aralea, of atrvcf iea,aaKeJ
or tow or pUetatlaa work.
Light Coaeord Warca.
Exp raaa Wagooa.
Lff tt Hand CarJa.
Ueavy Ilaad Carls.
Canal Barrowa, Ae.
AH of the above are Sw a!e lw.
C. RRP.WKJt 4r C.
858. JOSS. IV. KIXC, 1869.
ARTIST ZZ7 PHOTOOllAPHY,
Orrr far Jdrtrtutr OJtct,
Sext door to the Poat Office, has opened his OaHery for PtUo.
Srapo. Cartes do Vleite, Aatbrotypaa, Mciaiao-
type, at, c
ar aa Pay.
Florida Water of the best Quality
W"W'S TROCHES. HAM
Bl RU Tea, ScidUtx Powder,
A Crt At isrtairat f livatial Oils
Kara a. Oil Raoe, Oil Ber.aaaat. Ate., Jt.
!ycrioe. Syrlngca a variety. Breaet Paape, Nor-ing Bottle.
Trotoea, l Cocoa Bolter, Whit. Wax, V-Jlow W ax, tixr
toaeetu. While CaaUi boo p. Pajn Killer. Ac. Ac
FOR SALE AT LOWEST PRICES BT
H. L CHASE. Part St.
Corn Brooms, Scrub Brooms,
ANil.!'iiRt;,,B,SU BRrSIIKS. FOR SALE BT
cuas, w. apRNct-a ft co.
Faber's Xo. 2 Feiicils.
PENCILS CAN TIE
II. M. WllirNPT'.H.
entire Southern States; that tho Fifteenth
Amendment is invalid ; that signs of dissolution
are apiirent in the Republican ranks ; that the
Democrats should accept negro suffrage and the
other inevitable results of the war, and nominate
John 1. Houuiann lor President.
A story Is current in "Washington that at the
time Sickles was being discussed in the Cabinet
Ircvious to his appointment, Attorney General
loar and Secretary Fhdi suggested that the Gcn-
... ir:.. it- r.. i - .
viui o i-uuijuii-iiy niiu iuo vsicnu iManilOM)
might seriously intcrfcro with his usefulness at
the Spanish Court. Secretary Rawlins and Post-
maeter General Creseweil, in reply to the objec
tion remarked that at the time they were in favor
of the Manifesto. After a brief Bilence the
President solved tho question of the appointment.
oy saying mat ne, too, was in lavor ot the .Mani
festo at the time it was issued.
Li-genie s uit. If Eugenie, Empress of
rranco and of Fashion, should visit America,
w hat a commotion. Ibe idea of ber maintain
ing an incog, has evidently been given up, if it
was ever seriously entertained, and Bbe will come
to the West, if at all, as she is now going to tbe
East in all the pomp and circumstance of impe
rial dignity.' Our fashionables will now bave an
object worth striving for ; namely, to show Eu
genie that with a year's preparation and the help
oi tne i rencu cable, they can get themselves up
so exactly like the people she sees about her in
Paris that she will tcarcely bo able to tell the
diucrcnco and will begin to think that, as tar as
dresses and decorations go, she might as well
have 6taid at home. To this noble object, no
doubt, tbey will one and all address themselves.
Dispatches are received from Rear Admiral
Rowan, commanding the Asiatic Squadron, dated
Yokohama. June 20. He reports that the Jap-
ft f . . I . I ri
It is announced that the Czar of Russia has
issued a decree, under which parents in that
country forcing their children to marry or to
enter monasteries or convents, are liable to an
imprisonment oi from four months to a year s
The foundation of an American College, has
been laid out at Constantinople on the exact spot
where Darius crowed the Bosphorus to war
ugaiust the Scythians. Darius, at that time, liad
never beard of tbe Yankees.
Isaac Pitman, of Bath, England, the inventor
of phonography, has published a complete edition
of the Bible in phonographic characters. This
is by far the most extensive work ever produced
in any svetem of short hand. He has received
from the Queen public recognition of his great
services in the invention and introduction of
Students i.v Germany. Thore are at this
moment 1,902 students at tho University of
Berlin. Of these, 403 aro foreigners, chiefly
Amoricans, English, and Scotch. There are no
less than GO American students, mostly sons of
rich planters from Southern States ot tho Union.
Tho Antiquarian Society of Scotland have just
received the sen chest and carved eocoanut cup,
which were the property of Alexander Selkirk,
the prototype of Robinson Crusoe. He had them
with him in his solitary residence on Juan Fer
nandez. Tho Emperor Alexander has removed the re
strictions againec emigration from the Russian
empire. Many inhabitants of Poland and the
other western provinces of Russia are preparing
to come to America.
The American use of the verb to indorse, in the
sense of approving or supporting, is at last natu
ralized in England. In his speech on unveiling
tho Pcabody monument in London, the Princo of
Wales said : I have little to say, except to in-
dorso what has been so well said by his lordship."
In Prussia during the present year 000,000 tha
lcis Tier annum aro to be employed in raising the
salaries of teachers in elementary schools in the
eight older provinces of the kingdom. Since 1852
a gradual increase has been made, so that in 1SCG,
98U,3G4 t balers a year more than at the earlier
date were expended for this purpose. Thus in
all one million and a half thalers per annum are
now devoted by tho State to improving the posi
tion of the teachers of the poor.
A Chinese Sub Marine Telkcrapii. James
Willikcn, of Philadelphia, has obtained Lord
Clarendon's sanction for instructions to be issued
by the admirality to the British fleet in the
waters of China, to cooperate with tho Asiatic
squadron of the United States in laying and pro
tecting a telegraphic cable along the const of
China. This is an American enterprise, in which
some English capitalists bave also invested.
Ax Interesting Epoch. England, France,
and Spain are now each undergoing organic
changes in their political constitutions. There
never has been before so critically interesting an
epoch in European history, and we will not likely
again in our time see three kingdoms, each in its
Own way and independent of the others, altering
radically the very structure of their government!
Mr. Gladstone has been burnt in effigy in
Ireland. At first a procession marched round the
bonfires, and the files and drums played the
Rogue's March." Ample satisfaction having
been secured in this respect, the figure was then
burned, and, as it was about being finally con
sumed, revolvers were freely used, and balls suffi
cient to destroy the whole Liberal Cabinet were
Prtured into tho unfortunate reprsentative of the
irst Lord of the Treasury.
Tho Carlsruhe Zcitung is informed by its
Vienna correspondent " that the Hungarian Gov
ernment is firmly resolved, in case the court of
Roino is unable or unwilling to furnish certain
guarantees required as to the spirit and tendency
of the approaching council, to strictly and abso
lutely forbid the members of the Hungarian Epis
copate to attend it. It is self-evident that if such
a resolution be taken in Hungary, it may be imi
tated in the other half of the monarchy."
Drunkenness is on the increaso in Russia. The
consumption of alcoholic drinks has increased in
the empire since 1803 over 100 per cent. The
number of persons who died of drunkenness Inst
year in Russia was 2,748, seven and a half a day.
In a single district, that of Kazan, tbo deaths from
intemperance have risen from 17 in 1854 to 117
nf aaaa- a a . . 1
in iso-i. it .Moscow, according to tue statistics
furnished by the Chief of Police, the number of
persons arrested for drunkenness was, in 1842,
7.224 and 21.704 in 1868. Who will send tem
perance missionaries to Russia?
Satisfied with the Situation. A sensible Eng
lishman, traveling in the United States, says, in
a letter to a member of the British Government :
I never felt so ashamed of our sympathy with the
Southerners as when I was in the South. The
slave owners tell you with the most brazen faces
that they are better now than they were bclore.
Ono large slave owner said to me, " the Y'ankecs
whipped us out of slavery, but they could not
whip us into it again.' Another told me that
he grew larger crops with twenty-five free negroes
than he had dono with seventy-five slaves. They
have found out already that the rebellion was
economically an enormous blunder ; a handsome
cause for us to encourage them in thereby
estranging tho North for a genera ti ion or two !
It is currently reported in Catholic circles that
Negroes and the Chinese '
Russell," who is writing letters to the Bos
ton Traveler from the Battle Fields of the South,
furnishes the following intelligent yiew of negro
Bentiment toward tne coming Chinese. He says :
When we were at Corinth, Miss., the question
of introducing Chinese labor and driving oat the
negroes, was agitawa oy me planters. Ono old
darkey with whom we fell into conversation
seemed to take it much at heart, and inquired of
US if we supposed that " dem Chinefwnena wnnld
come, nohow." We told him we thought that
some of them might come, but did not think that
their work would fill the place of negro labor.
" It s 118 here, massa." said he. thmwinv his
long arms about in a wild way. 1 hain't seen
nary Chinesemens in all dis life. But I've heerd
dat dey has tails like de alligators on de top ob
de back side ob dar heads, and dat they jist says
to dis ting be thou doned and it am dun, and Ise
ob de pinnion dat de Chinesemens dese secesh are
alter am de berry debil hisself what nm ter lih
on de earth mor'n a thousand year. He can't
come nigh unto dis chile, nohow. I'll fight him,
1 11 scratch him, 1 11 shoot him, I'll fro ebryting
I hab in his face, I'll trod on his tail, I'll hab
my mm wia mm u ne turns to brimstone an
burns ebry har from off my ole head dat I will.
I'll take dis yar ole hoe an I'll iab him afoe and
ahind, an so dorter do de whole of de humane
family an expostulate him from dis var land
What kin de Chineseman do wid dis hard site ?
JSumn whatever. De corn will curl up. de cot
ton will singe afoe him as dousrh he was a enal of
ML' I -
uouin, Burning nre : '
" But bow do your neighbors feel about it? "
inquired we. .
" Lor, lor ! Dey hab list tarmined ter meet fc
der ole meetin house an dar organize a cullud
army. An we'se go win to choose do preacher
capn, and den we'll go inter 'em prain and
But what if praying and preachine will hot
do the work? " said we.
" Why den we take de whole subiect inter our
own bans, an we'll bump "em up an down till de
day of doom if dey don't lebe us in peace on de
land of oar forcfadderB. Dey is imps ob de
debil, an our parson knows it, and de sooner dey
be tarminated de better fur all pussons ob color.
De Lord hab mercy on all dat come inter dis
county? Dey'll bo busted, nohow."
Manila and Havana Cigars.
rflflE VERY BEST IS HONOLULU, FOR
JL sale cheap by (690 2m) C. N. SPENCER A CO.
A No. 1 Burlaps.
T'HE STOUTEST AND TOUGHEST IX
-die Market, just ths article for Pulu, Coffee and Paddy.
For sale aa cheap aa the cheapest, by .
W0 2m liUAS. It. SPENCER ft CO.
Tar and Pitch,
for sale by (690 2tn) CUAS. N. SPENCER A CO.
IX GREAT VARIETY, AXD OP THE
best quality, for sale by
690 2m CHA3. N. SPENCER ft CO.
Paints and Oils.
AKKW LOT OP 7.IXC, WHITE LEAD,
Black Paint, Paint Oil and Paint Brushes, all of superior
quality, and Just oat from the Old Country. For sile by
IMPROVEMENT Is" THE ORDER OP
the day. Having coontnieted a new Eky-llght, and made
various other improvements, I hope now to be able to suit the
most fastidious with
...... -A. Ela.o'ti;ri3l3io
Of any Size, from a Crystal to a Mammoth, taken in
the best Style of the Art,
And oa most reasonable trms. ALSO, for rale Views of the
Islands, Portraits of the Kings, Queens, and other Notables, Ac.
689 ly H. L. CUA3K, Fort Street.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
TMIE BEST ASSORTMENT IX THE CITY
can be found at
II- U. CHASE'S,
IX FORT STREET.
SHAKER HERBS OF VARIOUS KINDS,
Such as are nsed in domestic practice. ly
Columhia and Frazer River Salmon,
rX BBLS-SPRIXG CATCH, AXD A CHOICE
L article, fur aale by (690 2m) C. N. SPKNCER A CO.
Hemp and Manila Cordage,
BALE ROPE. HAY ROPE, MARLINE,
Houselinc, Suunyarn, and Ratlin Stuff. For sale by
600 2m CI1AS. N. SPENCER A CO.
HAW. DARK R. W. WOOD,
A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT
ENGLISH, GERMAN AND FRENCH
Especially Selected for (his Market,
Consisting in Part as foiknes:
English Iry Goods,
IToi- Sale to Arrive X
AM. SHIP 'CELOXwV
TILT ON, MASTER,
Cases Yellow Metal Sheatiring,
EEGS COMPOSITION .MILS SPIKES,
Bales Burlap Bags,
Bales best 40 in. Burlaps,
Bundles Sheet Iron,
SIZED AS FOLLOWS :
984 1124 1804 1900
10C4 1342 1784 ZOO 2
AN INVOICE OP
McMurray &, Co.'s Fresh Oysters
2 lb. and lib. Tins. Also,
Spiced Oysters, I lb. and lb. Tins.
AN INVOICE OF DOORS.
Dbls. No. 1 and 2 Rosin,
Bbls. Turk's Island Salt.
lOOO Dbls. Oil Snooks.
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale to Arrive.
Per Clipper Ship Iolani
a. S r e
anew bavo far oufHtrippcd the Chinese in progm3 aprorwsiuon is w do maao oeiore imo wining
towards Western civilization. The Government ""jcnical council to unite the Greek and
. -r ... . . i . I f'othniirt phiirehfiH. on th rrrniina tnflfc tni'tr nr
troops arc uniformed and armed with the latest
improved breech-loading gum ; tbe ships of war
are well armed ; a hospital in cnarge oi an
American and open to foreigners has just been
ewtablihhed ; light-bouses have been built, and
tbe coal minca are successfully worked. Tbe
Parliament was still in session, and many impor
tant nicatmrcti, mostly relating to foreigners, for
eign totercourne ana finance, were under consia-
A Novel Goose Race.
Tbe Omaha Republican, has the following ac
count of a " eiajse race" that cauie off in that
citj : " Over 2000 people gathered on tbe banks
above tbe pond und along the lower end of Farn
b&m street, to witness Bob Hart and Sully in
their ercat waIi-tub eoose feat. Promptly at the
advertised time Hart made his appearance, follow
ed by his competitor for the golden peanut offered
1 if I e- IT 1
dj woi. Jiamora. luacn sat in an urutuaxy wueu
tub, to wbicb was attached six pair of geese.
driven and guided with an ordinary carriage whip.
Tbe most deafening applause, sbouts, and jells
greeted tbe contestants as they were towed into
tbe pond, btnkine the iarnham street bank.
both started side by side, talking to and urging
on tbe feathered, racers tbe same as a jockey
would do in a trial of speed among horses. Half
way across the pond Sully's team switched ofTand
bolted for the woods, giving Bob tbe lead by three
Catholic churches, on the ground that they are
one in doctrine, and that their disciplinary differ
ence can be reconciled by means of mutual con
cessions. It is well known among theologians
that the principal obstacles to the union of theso
churches were in relation to tho fillioque in the
creed or the procession of tho Holy Spirit from
tlio secona rersons oi tne Blessed Trinity and
to the supremacy of the Pope ; but in all elne. the
two churches are one in doctrine and usaTS. A
cardinal will publish the distinctive peculiarities
of tbe Greek church before tbe council. Should
thi union be effected catholicity will suddenly
receive an accession of sixty millions of converts.
The opening of the Suez canal, in October next.
connecting the Mediterranean and Red seas, will
be a matter of international interest. ' Two hun
dred of the principal journalists of Europe bave
received invitations from the Viceroy of lvrypt to
be present at tbe inaugural ceremonies, and M.
de Lesseps, in response to a request made by the
Pacha for a list of tbe most prominent newspa
pers in tbe United States, has sent to bis Royal
lligness the names of about twenty American
journals whose editors will be requested to attend.
All tbo expenses ot invited members of the press
will be defrayed by the Viceroy. A steamer will
leave Boston for Port Said and return, to accomo
date all who may wish to witneM tbe ceremonies.
Sea "Weed. A French agriculturist Dronoses
il - A at 1 1 m
ium iw Yceiscjs occupiea aurinz Uie 8urumer ja
! . l a. a .a
and a half lengths. Recovering bis course, Sully cod fibbing, should in otber seasons be emnloved
.1. t i:J i - ?n it" I ! -. 1 l r i . - ... r J.
umuo ejuuuuiu ueauway, gaining rspiiuy ou toe i iu umccuug anu iransporung lo tne Azores tbe
1 Ift rt rflf Ona f V. . j Ivswava n f Amwf I CAa vlitnk a tr. kjk rU . . .-1 : I . . -
vi uu 7, uu.vw, ii.uiLrir- i w uu to iv iuumvi iu targe quantities
ing to dive kicked a rear eoose in tbe eye. The
kicked bird at once cackled his defiance, aud soon
demoralized the entire team, to such an extent
that victory was iuiposoible. Hart would bave
come in " U. K. onlv for bis " wheel eecse"
baulking badly and nnsettinc tbe tub. Sully be
gan laughing at his opponent's disaster, when his
itruiu juiuic a euuuen rignt nana: movement, wnicn
eft tbe driver fljuudenuz in the mud. The as
sembled multitude veiled tbe louder at the acci
dents. Righting their crafts, both parties made
fr sb.-re trading tlieir learnti. Rob tonk the prize.
west of thoto islands. Tbe sea weed, it is avert
ed, covers in dense masses a space seven times
larger than all Germany. Anal vsis baa din-
covered that these weeds possess tbe same fertil
izing qualities as the weeds employed for manure
on the coasts of France. The vessels, it is nm-
poscd, shall convey these marine plants to the
Azores, where tbev could he r,mui .ni ,i-;
a lUVt at aiVA.
and tbe potash and other salu extracted. These
floating meadows, it is estimated, will produce
every year a sufficient matter to manuro over
An Invoice of Cotton Duck !
Kae. 1 la lO.
13tls. Cotton Twine-
BeSt Ash Oars. 14 to 22 feet,
Best Cut Nails, 3d to GOd.
IJer tlxip ' Magnet,'
INVOICES 0 WHICH
WILL BE RECEIVED BT NEXT MAIL,
3 Hoop Pails.
Table Salt, Bbls. Vinegar,
Dairy Salt, Bbls. Hams, ,
Crashed Sa.ar, Kits Mackerel,
-ran. ear, Cora Starch
Loaf Su car, Pickles,
Ships' Cabooses, Covered Wagons
usseed oil, paper bags, ? :
AND KUMER0US OTHER ARTICLES.
" . ' "V White SheetiDgs,
White Moleskin, -
.. . Striped Bed-Ticking,
White and Black Victoria Lawoa,
CoUon and Linen Sheetlnirs,
White and Black Linen Thread,
Boblnet Mosquito KetUng,
Blue Denim Frocks and Trowserg,
Regatta and Hickory Shirts,
Wen's White and Brown Undershirts,
Men's White and Brown Drawers,
White and BIk Spool Thread,
Ladies', Girls' and Children's Stockings,
Geota' Cotton Socks,
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Blue Pilot Jackets,
Blue Serge Drawers,
Black Broadcloth, Fine Dark Blue Flannel,
Nainsooks. Worsted Lasting,
White and Fancy Marseilles,
Linen Drill and Duck,
Black Silk Velvet.
Bielefeld Linen Handkerchiefs,
Checked Cotton Pant Stuff,
Woolen Dress Goods,
Black Sewing Silk,
Genuine Eau de Cologne, Gennlne Labin's Extracts,
Black Silk Umbrellas,
HESSIANS, FELT SADDLE-CLOTHS.
Ladles' and Children's Woolen Shawls,
Men's Woolen Socks,
urey ami Black Felt Hats,
Scarlet, Bine, White Woolen Blanket
White Cotton Blankets,
' r" Grey Horse Blankets
Summer Buckskins and Cassimcrcs,
FANCY SILK RIBBONS,
Black and Fancy Silk Velvet Ribbons,
Black Silk Velvets, Black Silk Cravats,
CENTS' AND LADIES' SADDLES
Bridles and Spurs,
DOUBLE AXD SINGLE DABRFIini r.ra.
- . . Boiled Linseed Oil,
ualvamied Iron Pipes,
j Lampblack, Dutch Glue,
Hoop Iron, Ranca Tin,
Wrought Iron Nan., " : Grindstone,,
. .Wrapping Paper,
" ' ' - - Sheet Zinc,'
' Sheet Lead,
Sheet Iron, 1, Ao.
Best Dundee Hemp Canvas!
AND SAIL TWINE,
Preach Prunes in glass.
Sultana Raisins In tin.
Shelled Almoods In demijohns,
Herb Vinegar, J
Sweet 00, te.,A
Laser Beer In at I
German Pale Ale in qts.,
German Porter in pts..
Snperior French Cognac, I
Snperior Bordeaux Wine, I
- , Fine. Old Sherry
Fine Old Port Wine.
- "Schloss Johannisberger. V
33ox Sale at -
F. A SCHAEFER & C0.JS.