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THE COXSILS Or GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED
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The following interesting and exciting narrative,
of which we -publi!ted a ahort telegraphic acouunt
a few days ago, ia extract--! from the Jamaica
(Juardian of Aug. 7th, to which it was fumioheJ
' tjr a corn-fponJent who recently wapt-d fioui
! Santiago de Cuba, where he war rcreecuted by
j the 2nith vulunu-ers in consequence of bciog
au.-pected as 44 a Cuban avropntliizer.'
Mr. Kaiubilen. tlie Consul, U-im; well known
! anl crwitly reriected in Kingston, the subject j
,' itua Lrti'ii one oi cnenii cuiiTvrratiuii, wuiiu ins
' heroic conduct had culled forth expressions of uui
' vertal adniimtioo. Tlie narrative runs :
A jKjur unfortunate "cainan had been apprehend
j ed on a cbarge of being implicated in a Cllibubtering
exj-Cilition, and be was thrum into pridon and at
, u-rwardd condemned to be fhot, on evidence an
' uiilikcljr aud improbable uh any one could con
He wai an American, the son of Lnglwh
. Im-nts,and notwithstanding the strenuous eilorts
on irt of the Englih and Amenc-aii Consuls,
the paniMi authorities med determined to
i tucriCcu this poor man s life. On the morning
ar iuinted for his execution be was marched out
.'.i- i.i ..L.,u,,rM.vj-
ib.k-iaiuty. lie was immediately followed by Jlr.
IlamcxJcii, ilritibh Vice Consul, and the American
! Vice Consul, to make a still further protest in the
prisoner s lavor.
Mr. KamtHlen read the document, protecting, in
the name of England and America, declaring that
the prisoner was altogether innocent of the charge
which bad been laid against him, demanding bis
immediate releaee, and declaring, if the unfortu
nate man s life was taken, thoee who took it
would be guilty of murder, and would be alike
answerable U the government of Kugland and the
United States of America. During the reading
oftfii document, which wiw d.no with caluincm
a.vl Jetenuinatioii, the jrioncr fainted from cx
ciU'incnt, and there were etron migna of impatience
on the 4trt of the Sranieh troo, who inaniffoU-d
a thorough di-toruiination to frco the authorities
to take this tnan'ti life in hj-ite tf all remonstrance.
A ontuliation IiMlowed, and Mr. Ilauisdcii ami
the Aiu'-rican C'oiimiI were cvcntuallj informed
that their reuionut ranee cauic too late ; the j-ri-oiM-r
Ital aln-adj Lecii M-ntvncfd to death for hav
ing taken up anna against iin, and that the
sentence inuct b carried into t fleet. With this
the ord.;r wan given to tle firing forty Ui jre--nt."
It wa the work of an iuatunt, and Mr.
Connul Ilaiaadcn and tlio American Ciwul, ruhh-
rin.c with tle &;- f their rificctivc nations
before the levelled rifles of the 2Spanih troop,
and in front of the unfortunate man, shouted
1 1. I ai1 ihriiti in., t H liml!l tlnir arvuitiil
hinH.ir and the T-riifr, bih! addrtin; the
i oflkvr in cluirge of the liriii)- artv said : CJtu
tlemeu, aa a C'oiuul of her liritaunic Majoftv, I
j cannot Maud silently by and tee this foul murder
i an iniMrcni nutn. it io my uuij to roieci iuh
' life, and if you take bid, you mut take it through
i tlietftt? ! t.Iaein" InniM-Il ininiciliatclv in ftmt of
the oxnucmncl umn, nm eyeseorklin, while Ina
manly formed heavetl with the indignation hi
fecn laid no heroically eireel. The A.neri
can Connul, wraj (ol in the 44 Stars and Strife'
of the Union, etod abn-abt, nivl for Home mo-
V fc IIJV a.'0BSIaBU , tlL-ll,ri. RllVr ".tJUUUl. m'
thec two CWuN lin- more than they could
comrrehend. Iho emotion of the r.ri,ncr wan
i ,....., tl... ,.uVr..i!., . L. i ,.,..r..-;.. ..r
-a, Vv a- m a ava-r . a a i rt loll A
fr,.. .;L .ml .,.;t, , 1 i it.
tion was again laid, and the prisoner marched
1.ek to .il under an oeort oftio.., the Consols
uMortinff the unlmt-ry man oil the wav alon;?.
Tle furore was bevond demTintioti. After dark
the prisoner was reprieved, and finally shipped off
the country through the indefatigable exertions ol
Colfax and the Mormons.
The spwh delivered at Salt Lake by Vice i
1 'resident Colfax, on his recent visit to that place,' ,
is om of great significance regarding the Mormon '
question. Ilngiiam Young and his followers '
ltve been endeavoring to Live Utah taken into
tlie Union as a State with oIygainy as one of the
privileges its people should cnj .y without molest- !
at ion. The !ormlll leaders complained to Mr. i
Colfax of the Act of Congress relating to the
practice of ixdrgaiuy, which law, it may be re- '
marked, they have jid no heed to. Mr. Colfax
' delivrml a feeatliing rebuke t the men who aro
holding the oorcr classes in eubjcetioii by asxuiu
- ..... . ... ... . r . . I ..:
which they pretend to be guided in all their ac-
lions llTsaid: K
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n ..I . ' . r . 4 i i . j-
The authority ot ( iHigress to legislate for the !
territories is not doubtful. It is found
is found 111 tlie i
pros)iity and barnim-as of all classes, and il l
wliat I honestly and loyally say as a man shall !
grate upon some of you Imrshly, you must bear )
with me a I Lave with you. You tell mo you
have the authority of icvelation for this defiance j
of law, and of a new revelation contrary to that J
rcordel in the laxk of Mormons, to which 1 .
have- alluded. I rci-ly t!at yon Imve no riirht to
overthrow and defy llio laws bv assuined revela
a . a a a
tions. If rouio one should Itave a revelation
to-night declating that the strong should seize
and iot!c the wives of the weak, you would
surely have none of such a revelation. If there
was another revelation Hint the talented und the
rich should take the wives of Hie ignorant and the
Ittor. you would certainly trample on it. If the
lindoos should come hither ami insist on practi
cing wltat they regard as a religious right the
burning of widows on the funeral piles of their
husband you would scout sueb a revelation and
such a religion.
LI MI AN I CKJIKM,
MVlY.Haa II A NO AND W A It RANTED
aa Ircib aa any lo lb market, and fur a) at low nt ra tea.
4 tai CUA.H. N. fcl'K-itLH A CO.
Corn Flour, Corn Flour.
af m Nararry o
and In al by
701 la .
Tabic, ttatlar to Coru Surrh. jat roaved
raaiRy Oroerry and fssd more.
T itftt 3rt cccived!
Per Bark A. J. Pope, from Bremen.
THE FOLLOW IN i ' ' '
English and European
GEOC ERIE S !
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Caar Carry Powder, ,
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Zaaie CorranU, tn 14 lb Jara,
' ZanU Corraata, In 7 lb Jart, '
Car. Boda,la 10 0 Jara.
fealrrAtaB, la 10 lb jArs.
New English Pickles and Fie Fruit.
Tiai Lra.a aad Cllraa Prl,
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Caars MUsd rpicra,
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Caan Oroond CVjt, f ., Ac.
Far Sale at Ike Fa aai I y Graerry A; Fret Niare
By I. BART LETT
On Monday, the 22d inst.,
Tilt CSL'AL LA ROK ASO CAREFL'LLY SELECTED
Assortment of New Goods.
I -r ..- mi . iiura utile inn : 44 lucre, now, iNellv. vou eo to
I sia-cific one which says, 4 the Congress 0 mil ave , . . V-j " ' , b ,.
I lUer to dix,. f ami make all needful rule- ? L. b n '
ipcting tlJ territory or other prot-rty of the a"J ll? " ?OU to ?c at,H.1, U' 1 T ,wLuttlbhe
liU-dStates lamiotaddrJiuJoneelt,, of j a aU'ut. I"?'. talk lr ; tlKu
my fellow ciiuens more tf,ai, ,iuu"lir. 1 a,o l.' T C" "'r n" 1 f aml th.e,1.e, 11
-inking to you all, without resist to your re- ! . ?. ''K . ' T"
Dicken? rriaindt' the l'unnj man of the Boston
fuI "with no difrefi-cct to Rim ot a uoj';
because we sret oo inanv eood thintrs from bia
Mr. Thomas Watts, a librarian in the British
Muiscum. who knew fifty lancuaees. and the
titles of half a million books, is dead.
Hazing is worms than ever at Harvard College,
and the Ii?ton Traveler declares that such abuses
and breaches of the peace, if subject to the civil
law, would lode half tlie 44 Sophs " in the bouse
of correction in one week.
A movement is in progress for a railroad up
t! Androscosrgin valley, lioiu Lewiston to Rum
ford Falls (Me.) The preliminary survey lias
been made, and as there would be no bridges of
anj account to be built, the road would not be
Portland, Maine, is ivjoicin over the intro
duction of pure water. The water of Lake
i hundred and fifty rauara miles ample to supply
tbree times the pre?nt population of Portland.
: The lake i(J xteen -,4 trom the city and two
j hundrcj anj forty-seven feet above tide water, so
; timf llin(.i,;nr ;- ....ii
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several lale irebl.mcn were so seriously jn
jured in their initiation into the Delta Kappa
eecrtt society hint week, that they had to be car
ried lioinc in carriages, and one, who was tossed
in a blanket, bad both bones of his fore-arm
broken about three inches below the elbow.
The following advertisement appears in the
Loudon Times. The AtiM very appropriately
mvs that an Karl's brother who wants to borrow
JLiOO is not able to bet a good table :
41 An Earl's brother requires a loan of 100.
' Ab security, would admit lady or gentleman into
J bis family circle to board und lodge. Reference
required. Apply by letter II., o. 4'J N clling-
i roau, si. ionu s v
One of the leading merchants of Slianghae,
China, is a genuine live Yankee. lie ships twice
as much tea as any other firm in the country,
attends two churAes, leads the choir at one, is
treasurer of a missionary eoeiety, member of the
Philharmonic .Society, engineer of a fire com
lKiny, member of n regatta association, teacher
in a Sunday school, ntihtant editor of a news
jwper, mciubcr of the Asiatic Society, and a
princiI Hpcaker at a debating club.
Mies Harriet Martiueau denies that the began
life as a music teacher, or as any sort of teacher ;
or that ohc ever taught uiumo or made music, or
even heard music having been deaf from infancy.
1'ur.cJi declares that Mm. Malaprop, who has
read that the ISisbops attending the Pope's great
council at Home ure to receive an allowance,
44 varying between Cs. 8d. aud lite, a day," savs
that hho now understands why it is called the
44 economical " eouncil. .She is thankful to think
(Mrs. M. is an exemplary member of the estab
lished church) tliat our i:ibhojs are better jiaid.
Fainting is caused by a want of blood in the
bruin, when the heart for any reason fails to for
ward enough for its ukc. For this reason a
fainting iersm should always be laid down, ns
the circulation is more easily restored in that
position than in an upright posture.
A promising young shaver of five or f ix years
1 R a. t a
T"8k S r 'l.,eUa'l,atlmt
t liberate manner for vrbicU urchins ol that ago
As he proceeded
4' e tdk be came upon tl
assage, 44 Keep
. , . 11 lr a- . ,
tongue from evil, and thy In from iniile."
i ?lihler nT drawled out, 44 Keep-thy
, from-vil, and thy-lijr--from
I tel1 a story about a man out Wcet who
h'J a hair-lip upon which he informed arroper
! auun nimscii, ny inserting a r.i
ieee nl4 rliwLrrn
flesh. It adhered, and tilled un the rlace admir
ably. This was all well enough until in com
pliance with tlje fashion, ho undertook to raise a
moustache, when one side grew hair and tlie
other teat lairs.
When it blows in Illinois it blows bard. A
man sitting in bis house in Shipman, eating a
pie, heard the storm coming and ran to the door.
The gale first blew the house dowu and then
seized the man, carried him through the air a
hundred jardn or so, and landed him in a peach
tree. Soon afterwards a friendly hoard from his
own house came floating by. This he siczod and
placed over his bead to protect himself from the
! raging lhit. Under thi slicker he finished his
' pie. The aliove is related as a veritable occur
iWer? tyn j!1"0"" '.'ru1' a Vuck
if. ....... .. i-. rri i -. . i t
liiiu. x n o ui iiiviu ire iuuKlli'' ieiieve a.l'en
t .-, ... . . ,. . .. 1
... - i .. . :; r .i .i.
iivi,uoir no ik m-itr. viie oi linrill Miys U me
it that John Bright, lecian born
be, is altout the tiucst gentleman
four seas of IStitain. 44 As lonsr as
the House of Irds said Bright the other day,
in his letter to the Jh'rminghain meeting, 44 as
long as the Houe of lords acts in harmony with
the country, it may go on for a long time ; when
it thwarts the country's course, it mav meet with
. a a . .
unpleasant uccitlcnts." 44 Unpleasant accidents '
is good. Nobody but a 44 grand old gentleman '
could put the case so handsomely to a House of
Ihe ew lork Sunday Mrrcury eays that
false calves aro in extensive demand. They are
composed of lambs and other wool woven into
the material of merino leggings, just like a pair
oi masculine arawcrs. sometimes bran is used
A good article can bo procured lor from $7 to
S, warranted in all respects to look like a
natural limb, and oftentimes much better. At
one theatre in New York twenty-three pairs of
1 ! .."'a.
laiso caives aro useu ; in anotuer, about twenty
seven ; and in another eighteen.
To IIokse Siioers. The 44 frog" should never
be cut. It is intended as a cushion and protec
tion to the foot. Yet blacksmiths delight to cut
it away, and keep an instrument on purpose.
No man 44 who kuowe," w ill allow his horse to
be meddled with by a shoer who uses that bar
barous sliovcl sliaied knife, with which, braced
against the- slioulder, this important portion of
me nooi is so ruuucssiy suuuied away by so
Tii ATTiTfDE or E.VCL.VXD. -Hie rail Mall
(JaztJe, in an article on the present relations of
hngland and America, says that a single sentence
will contain the summing up or the present atti
tude and future policy ot Kngland on tlie Alabama
question. 44 e will pay any fairly awarded
damages for injuries done to American citizens
by the unintentional negligence of the English
Government, but we will do nothing which in
voives an admission that our Uovernment was
not acting in good faith, or that eklier compensa
tion or apology is due tor insult offered to the
a r a? T . a I . f it -
American nation, in inc mainicuance oi mis
language, Englishmen are prepared to go all
lengths. They do not want war for many rea
sons they would greatly deprecate war, but tliey
deprecate national humiliation mora than na
tional suffering, and rather than concede to such
demands as those lately put forward, they accept
Fresh "Water at the Seaside. Through the
constantly-shifting sands of Capo Cod, sixteen to
twenty -feet from high water and not more than
three feet above it, is sank an iron tube to a
depth of fifteen feet, at which point is found
fresh water of the sweetest quality and in inex
haustible quantity, which ' rises and falls in the
tube regularly with the tide of its near neighbor,
the Atlantic Ocean. More than one hundred
barrels have been pumped from it at one time,
and not tlie slightest trace of saline matter has
been found to mar e freshness of its taste.
Of such fine quality is it that vessels supply
themselves for a sea voyage from this well. The
same phenomena are known to exist in the
Adriatic, along the coast of Iotria and Dalma'ia.
As the maritime districts of these provinces suffer
from want of a sufficient supply of water, and as
it is jiossible by means of the Norton rump to
save much that is now lost, the Austrian Minister
of Agriculture has publisfied a book on the
means of finding and utilizing submarine fresh
water springs on the Austrian coasts.
2. ABI.K tar Holiday or Wrd-linc P cnta, and at prtoel
Iron f IS to li) art,. u II. d WHITXKV.
interestetl in tlie ,"U4'"'"' 44 Jw" -"o.. mui oe eueu iuu ;
Interview with Dr. HalL'
The New York World has an account of an
interview with : Dr. Hall, the Arctic explorer,
from which wo extract the following :
LIFE CP NORTH.
The Captain gave a vivid description ofis
experience within the Arctic circle, and hi9 life
among the Esquimaux. Tlie largest body of the
latter he ever saw collected together was only
one hundred and twenty-five. This was at a
litttle yilliage near Repulse Bay, and was a rather
unusual circumstatnee. The solitary nature of
the life led by the explorers may therefore be
imagined. All alone in the frozen waste, with
hardly a living being to be met with ; living like
moles, in under-ground houses, with dogs and
Esquimaux, so huddled together that the human
could scarcely be distinguished from the brute ;
shut out from all intercourse with the outer
world, except the scraps of news brought at long
intervals by passing whaleships ; such an exist
ence only varied by occasional expeditions into
the interior on sledges drawn by dogs, can hardly
be called endurable', let alone pleasant.
44 Did you eat raw meat, Captain ? "
44 Oh, yes, most of the time. We sometimes
had it cooked, but usually liked it better raw.
You have no idea how good it is in that way.
In fact, for that country, raw meat is almost in
dispensable, though 1 think it would hardly do
in this climate."
' 7- it true that the Esquimaux like it best
when it is tainted? "
44 Yes,' and the more so the better. Vhen
meat has just been killed and is fresh, it is not
near as good, but, when it has got to smell quite
bad, and especially after it has been frozen, then
it tastes a great deal better."
44 How do you find the chango to this country
affects you 'r'
44 Oh, very much ! I'm all upset and can'f
do anything steadily. The food is so different,
and there is so much noise everywhere, and I feel
the change in the air greatly. It is very close
and hot here. Why, when 1 first got on ship
board to come home, after being bo much in the
open air, I could hardly sleep at night, and I find
it hard to do 6o nowr."
44 "What do you think caused the loss of Sir
John Franklin's company?"
44 Treachery, sir; they were deserted by the
natives, and left without fresh provisions or means
of getting them. But for this, some of them
might have been saved."
44 What is the result of your researches in
relation to Franklin?"
44 Briefly this: We have settled beyond a
doubt that Franklin actually discovered the
Northwestern Passage. On his previous voyages
he had sailed eastward as far as Cane Hcrschel,
and now we have 6hown that he reached the same
point going westward, and thus completed the
chain of communication. To him, therefore,
belongs the honor of having made the discovery,
though Captain McClure has received the dreward
offered by the British Government to the person
who should succeed in the effort."
44 Are you satisfied with this result? "
44 Well, yes ; considering how much we did, it
is useless to think of how much more might have
I eon accomplished. If the Esquimaux who went
with me had not Iteen so timid, or if f had had a
body of resolute white men to back me, I think I
might have gone on. Wc were lucky enough to
meet with and capture a herd of seventy-nine
musk oxen and seventeen reindeer, which would
have been sufficient provision for a month, and
would have allowed us to explore much further,
but the Esquimaux were afraid of some hostile
tribes of natives in the vicinity, and absolutely
refused to go on."
44 hy cannot steam be used lor Arctic explo
44 It can. There are large supplies of coal on
the west side of Greenland, and 1 think that with
steam the entire Northwest Passage might be
made in a single season."
STRUM EN TS,
X 2 I 1 1 Tl i:D AM) UEPAIREI),
BY CriARLES DERBY, AT TUB TIIEATKR.
Lesoiis (ilveu on Piano nnd iiitar,
Ht I ( references given. liCO ly
FOR THE FALL TRADE
F. A. SGHAEFER & GO.
Offer for Sale
Consisting Is Part of the Following, viz i
Black and Green Oil Paints,
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD,
.' . Deck Glass.
BLUE PILOT JACKETS,
Bine sod Black Cloth Pants,
" Denim "rocks, and Trowssrs,
Blue Serge Drawers,
Caaaimere Pants, fco.
Fine Blue Flannel Suits
Meo'a Woolen an 4 Cotton Sock,
White CottiMi Shirts and CndershirU,
Regatta birta, Cotton Drawers,
Fine Blue FlanneU,
Felt lists, At, Ac
Dundee Hemp Canvas and Sail Twine,
WROUGHT IRON NAILS,
CHOICE BRANDS OF TOBACCO,
FRENCH COGNAC !
Deetjen's Pale Ale and Porter,
lxiller's Lager Beer!
BellSBd Cla Ib Cases, Key brand,
Cases French Claret rauillac Ihtcasse,
Sherry and Port Wine in Cases.
Rhine Wine, in Pts. and Qts.,
gchtosa Johanuisberf ,
Heidsieck & Co.'s Champagnes.
. Ia pints And Quarts. .
Haiait Saaterajea Chaleaa Ti .
ALL TH ABOVE
Beers, Wines and Liquors
ARE WASEASTED TO BE GEXTTXE, '
AND OF THE
T Liqaors either la
or duty paid, for Sale at the
Lowest Market Raus, by
F. A. SCIIAEFER t CO.
Oak; Ash; Hickory:
PLANK OF ASSORTED SIZES, IMPORTED
expressly for w-
CARRIAGE MAKERS'. USE
For sale by (699 3m) C. BREWER fc CO.
Stoves and Ranges.
COOK'S TOKEN COOK STOVES Noa. 7
Chelsea Ranges, Nos. 7 und 8.
For sale low. (C90 3m) C. BREWER A CO.
EA 31 LESS BURLAP BAGS.-FOR SALE BT
694 3m C. BREWER t CO.
Galvanized Iron Pipe,
LIOR SALE BV
C. BREWER tr CO.
Demar Varnish, . ...
For sale by C. BREWER & CO.,
6953m 27 Queen street.
IN VARIETY. OX YOKES,
And other Agricultural Implements, for sale by
698 Sin G. BREWER & CO.
Carts and Wagons.
tlEAVY HORSE CARTS,
--- Medium Horse Carts,
Light Carts, for horses or mules, of strong make, suitable
for town or plantation work.
Light Concord Wagons,
Express W aon3,
Heavy Hand Carts.
Canal Barrows, 4rc
All of the above are for sale low. - .
693 3m C. BREWER if CO.
Boston Card Matches.
17QR SALE 11V
C. BREWER tr CO.
X HATCHETS. SHOVELS. CROWBARS
L For sale by (095 3m) C. BREWER & CO.
F ALL SIZES. FOR SALE BV
C. BREWER tr CO.
FIRE KXTIIVG UISHERS !
-g A FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FROM BOS
JL TC ton via San Francisco for sale by
C. BREWER & CO.
N. B. These Machines, so deserredl popular in the United
states, where they have saved millions of property, will he sold
for cost and charges. (693 3m) G. B. ic CO.
Anchors and Chains.
ANCHORS FROM 3UO IO SOO LBS.,
CHAINS) to i- For sale by
695 3m C. BREWER A
Coal, Coal !
NT II R A CITE COAL FO Is. STOVES. FOR
L sale by (695 3m) C. BREWER A CO.
. For Kent.
THE CORNER STORE IN THE MA
KKK BLOCK, recently occupied by Hugh Mclntyre,
Tobacconist. Immediate possession triven. Apply to
695 3m J. BREWER A; CO.
Fairbauk4' Scale. -
OF ALL SIZES WEIGHING FROM TOO
TO 3.000 pounds. .,
ALSO, COUNTER SCALES.
For sale by C. BREWER A CO.,
695 3m - - Market Wharf.
F ALL SIZES, FOR SALE HY
C. BREWER .t CO.
Kaolin, Fire Sand.
PIPE CLAY. FOR SALE BV
M. 695 3m C. BREWER A CO.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
No. 95 King Street,
' " ...X
Have Received ex Late Arrivals!
A LARGE AXD VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
Hardware, lry Goods,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Nails Cnt and Wrought, assorted fine finish Ship Spikes,
Iron and Copper Tucks S and J,
Stubs A Beardshaw's Saw Files, Cabinet Rasps, Horse Rasps,
Spear & Jackson's X Cut, Rip, Compass and Butcher' Saws.: '
Spear ft Jackson's C. S. Billet Webs, Dog Collars, Cork Screws,
Wade & Butcher's Razors, a Fine Assortm't
Firmer and Mortice Chisels,
Firmer & Socket Gouges, Plane Irons.
Fish and Shark Hooks, Uu'tcliers Sleels,
Pocket Knives, Cane Knives, , .
Butcher Knives, Sheath Knives,
Potty Knives, Dagger and Pirk Knives. -
Arnold's Ship Adses and Axes,
Galvanised Iron Tubs and Pails
f r dar Tabs and Crass IIoop Cedar Pails. ,
urn urn net ilea, sauce 1'ana, frying I'a a a,
ELEY & W. P. JERCUSSIO'X CAPS,
Planters' Garden, Grub and California Hces
" SAIL NEEDLES AND PALMS,
Butchers4 Choppers, ' .. . ; . . .. .
1 Rowlocks and Sockets,
Sets Braces and Bits,
Girths, Shot Poutches.
IX anting' Whips and Thonps,
Faber's No. 3 Pencils,
. .... Carpentera' Pencils,
Powder 't Flasks
A Large Assortment of Dolls !
Bleached and Brown Cottons.
Denims. Turkey Cheek Tabling,
Ladies' Suierior White Uottoc Hose, ' ' ' '
Fringed Toilet Covers, assorted,
White Toilet Quilts,
. Black and Bro. Linen Thread
Superior Black Linen Thread on 2 oa spools,
Black Bilk Furniture Gimp,
Fancy Waterproof Carriage Rugs,
.White Cotton Iluckabuck Towels, all sixes
Superfine White Flannel,
c i r , Scotch Plaids, an wool, L'.
Sup'r Black Ribbed Silk, very fine,
. BEETLE CAMBRIC i 'i J
XSlacliT Satin. de Chane 2
Superior Worsted Damask,
Crimson and Green Ingrain, . ,
Whit. Linen Cambric Handkerchief!,
White and Linen Table Damask,
. White Linen Damask Napkins, Asst.
Super White Linen Damask Frinred Tea Napkins.
Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets !
: DowiTOB'sKosiajE on; '
Hubbucltrs White Lead, Zinc, Boiled Linseed Oil,
Paints in Oil and Ih-y Colors. , ,
TO ALL OF WHICH - - .
The Attentioa f Dealers aa m PaMIc GeaeraU j Is
.: Respectfully Mited.
698 2m '
lYovels, JVew and Old..
W INVOICE JUST RECEIVED AT THE
L Book Store of (663) II. M. WUITNEY.
BART LETT SALOOty
Corner Hotel and Fort Sts.t
BY HUGHES & DUNNE.
HAVING LATELY RENOVATrt
and refurnished the above well known place of
lit. ruoiic inai iny iwtrvu iiauu aiiu win aeepaafj.
but tie best of Liquors. Ales. Wines, &C, &c., at their Bir.
oao on ;
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
raHE BEST ASSORTMENT IN TIIECllj
M can be found at
II. J. CHASE'S,
IN FORT STREET.
SHAKER HERBS OF VARIOUS KlHl
viv cuvll AS nic tiDcy iu uwui i.i ai . -.ivar. jB
Tlie Iron Age,
VOTH1XG HAS BEEN FOUND TO Sr
- W i n ler ' s If let a 1 1 ic P.i i n t !
As a protection for all kinds of Sheds. BuilJinfrs. Roofo, BoiiM,
Iron or Wood-work exposed to the changes incident to a tin,!
m enmaie. is anu corrosive, resists aampness aotj dC
J i J - jt -v j i, ,retOei
For Sale Wholesale ly C. Brewer & Co.,
Ana ai mail uj au cnurrriina; aeaiers IE. mnll. a)
A General Assortment of
"And. tlio Host ,f
Assortment of Ship Stores
In tliis Alarliet,
For Sale at tha Lowest Trices, by
BOLLES & CO.
American Mess Beef, in Bond,
FOR SALE BV
BOLLES tr CO.
CALIFORHIA IS ICE AD,
L DORADO FLOUR IN BOND -FOli
Sale by (702 2m) BOLLES k Cu.
Bakers'. Extra, and Extra Family Flom
OR SALE BY
BOLLES e CO.
Columbia liiver Salmon,
AND HALF BA1
For Sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
IMPKUVEJ1ENT IS THE ORDER 01
the day. liavinit constructed a new Sky-liKht. anil aa
various other improvements, I hope now ( be able to suit U
most fastidious with
Of any Size, from a Crystal to a Mammoth, tain li
the best style of the Art,
And on most reasonable terms. ALSO, for sale Vitwiof fi,
Islands, Portraits of the Kings, Queens, and other Notablet,k
oau Jy it. uiiase, rort Stmt
J. M. CR0WELL, Proprietor.
EVERi ARTICLE thai ia ADVERTISE!
In a Grocery or Feed Store
MAV BK FOUND
01ieaxi for Oossli,
orr mvuANU st at ao.
Per Late' Arrivals,
AND FOR SALE BY II. M. WHITNEY.
MOTLEY'S DUTCH REPUBLIC, 3 VaUl
X' Al Moiiey-a tiisiory oi ibe Aetnerlanus, 4 vols.
Scott's Waverly Novel., complete in 5 vols.
iJickens' Novels, complete, .
Arabian Nights Entertainments, iltnstrated,
Prescott's Cnquest of Peru, 2 vols,
ltssing's Civil War in America, 8 vols.'
Duchailu's Journey to Ashanfro Land,
V Applloo's Dictionary of Mechauics, 3 vols.
, Owen Meredith's Poems, -Mitchell's
Encyclopedia of Science and Art,
Thompson's The Land and the Book,
Darwin's Animals and Plants under Domestication.
Speeches of Iird Macaulay, 2 vols.
ttpeland's Country Lihv dlustrated. .
'DownihK's Landcaie Gardening and Architecture.
Milch Cows and Dairy Farming.
. Johnson's Agricultural Chemistry,
Harris' Insects Injurious to Vegetation, . .
Merry's Book of l by rues and Puzzles.
Youtt on the Horse,
' II ittell's Resources of California.
Habits of Good bocicty.
Irvir.g's Mahomtt, 2 vols.
Day's EnplUh Literature,
Herbert's Hiuts to Horse-keepers,
Randall's Sheep Husbamiry,
Alien's Rural Architecture.
Received by Steamer Idaho.
IIORACE GREELEVS RECOLLEC
A1A1 TlU.Ms ora Uasy Life,
Mahan's Civil Engineering and Brhlge Making,
'. Mrs. Hale's New Cook Hook,
' Cn. Whymper's Travels In Alaska, '
Wells' Every Man his Lawyer,
New Carolina Sacra,
Plymouth Collection of Hymns and Tanes,
Fortune Te'ler and Dreaia Book. . : '
Brisbane's Ready Reckoner.
'Expeditious Calculator (for Mates).
Received by Bark D. C Murray.
MRS. STOWE'S OLDTOWN FOLKS,
Carlton's " Oor New Way sround the World,"
' The Mistissippi Valley and iw Resources,
, : Webster's Pictorial Quarto Dictionary,
Court and Camp of David.
Ollendorff French Grammar, latest edition,
Happy Honrs. The Daisy,
BriKht Jewels. Men at Washington,
Lessons from Daily Life,
Globe in Sun. Sketches by Qoix,
The Man who Laughs. . Cypher,
The Seven Curses of London. Sabbath Carols,
The Bride's Fate. The Comet.
Murray.. Adirondack. Agnes Weut.orth.
Papera from over tlie Waters. ' ' Brownville Papers,
11. spttSi Sketches. . Prrhistorio Nations,
Panorama. . Uiady's Vow,
Sybil UontlnoTK Love and Liierty,
W omen and Theatres, hy Olive Logan,
Moral HefMTD. Aspa.la, Black Prince,
Holland's Kairiba. Joan Billing. Uensha
Good Storiea. fimnlrinir and Drinking, '
Steele's Kxpositioo of the Mcienoea,
Wallace'. Malay Archipelago,
Harper's Earopeaa Phrase Bot.k for Tourists,
The Dodge tiob tn Italy. Five Acres too Much.'
Wedding Day in all A pes. Mies O'lteilley's Puems,
Wlilson's Primers, Readers and EpelWrs.
- " T03ETHER WITH
OVER 1,000 OTHER VOLUMES,
l -. IICLCOTNQ
TRAVELS, NOVELS. TALES, 6ic.f f
ST AT I O W E RY,
Of the brat kind nnrl natality, "
II A KIK S FOR 1S70. -f
J 1 All for Sale Cheapby ; '
703 rJ " ' ' if.' M. WHITNEY
OF EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING
LI CATIONS, from January. 1H&J. cat. h hid oa SPf"
i Harper's Weekly,
. i J 1 5 j :? 1 1 . Lealie'a Monthly,
IWftflnn Illnaratd VtWt,
. i . : PWmia and else
captains aad oth o. j.. u . k am
bar. at . ...a . 1 V""- '
"wa - " ' -' - ' H. TU. WHIT
Payson's Indelible Ink.
P!OR MARKING LINEN. TO BE t'SlJ
av without any preparation h k. ,.rkinv ink in "
for sale by r 1514.... 11. M. WHITli'T-
Map of the Sand
Tf ONLY; CORRECT MAP OF TIIK
Lshed by the American Oorernmenu Every farmer who oj
ery traveler who wanu to And correct names and diiUoc:
very genUeman who desires to be posted up about the l"
A few conies left. nrW o mt ...v.
' ' (
i- ' -
For sale at the