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He Arrho lu tLe Ctt Oittl), in Hoar Effort tbe j
I mil lime. la Incident at (ape Horn. Tbe j
fjnperor Ltd LeUlad. (.lie the Exporter
Slip at Lhermorr. A Mt ta Gllmeri
Serenade at the Palaee in tbe Fienlnr.
At lat the ngony h?s culminated. A few
; dy of anxi'ja anticipation have passed and the
I o!i; t of our soiicitude, Dotn PeJro de Alcan-
taia, i in our raiJpt. A real, live Emperor ha3
descended from his throne, and i jr a brief period
will iriin am nr In Mlow-inen a one of
them. He Las thrown aside all p-.mp and Cir-
cuuirtance, and, like a eei.eible man in a sensible
country, desires to see what is to be seen w ithout
delay. He comes to isan Francinco to see, not
only the bright side of the metropolis ol the
Coast, but also a dark side, if there be any. He
has Jaid aside his robes of states, his crown and
I sceptre, and a!l he aks is that he nnv be
allowed to for-et his royality f -jt a time "and
study life, free lru:n the cares oi state and akin,;:
no favors on account of liis pos-iliou. lie travels
and studies fur the goo.1 of his country the
country that he rules ; and by duingso is entitled
to the respect and esteem of all.
The 1'iirty accompanying the Kmpcror to this
Coast is composed of the Viscount Ban Retiro,
Dr. Arthur T. He Macedo, I'rof. Carl Uenninjr,
the Brazilian Minifttcr, one attendant and two
servants besides Mr. J. J. O'Kellv. corresnon-
dent of the New York Ihrald.
When the train arrived at Cape Horn yester
day morning, the Emperor and cuitc alighted for
the i urf use of viewing the magnificent s-cet:ery.
Sir. John McCullouli was then ' introduced.
Doiu Pedro at once opened the conversation on the
atrical matters in general, and Mr. McCulluugh's
specialties in particular. The two became deeply
interested in their subject. The merits of
" Virginius,' " sjpartacuw," and " liichelieu"
were discuseed, ai.d Mr. MeCullough was pro
ceeding to give hit imperial listener the history
of the latter from the time it firt made its ap
pearance on the American stage, when, to the
consternation of all the train btarted on down
hill. It was no fault of the conductor's, he
yelled out "AH board!" many times; but Mr.
Alcantara not understanding the bignificance of
Americanism, paid no attention to the
eummonH, and his atteudant-j cud not wish to
dibturb his convocation. The conductor sup
posed the party had heeded his call, the bell-rope
was pulled, and the locomotive and train started.
There was but one tiling for the party to do
under the circumstances, arid that was to wulk.
Doiu I'edro led the way with O Leary strides,
Mr. MeCullough followed, and the balance of
the party etragglcd alter. The march was kept
up lor a half a mile or more. The conductor
had discovered the lost of his distinguished
party, alter running two or three miles, and im
mediately returned and took them on board.
L'pon the arrival of the train in Sacramento
quite a crowd was gathered to ece the Emperor
but they were doomed to bo disappointed. His
special car had been detached and run up in the
yard, iu order to give his Imperial Highness an
opportunity of Eeeing the machine shops of the
Kailroad Company. A hasty inspection was
made, and Dom l'cdro regretted his inability to
make a more critical examination of the ma
chinery and inner workings of the shops. He
men took a short walk and returned to his car,
winch had already been attached to the train in
the yard. The disgusted Sacramentans merely
obtained a glimpse ot his leatures as the train
rolled tnrougu the depot.
THE LIVE TRESS RECEIVE A SET-BACK.
At Sacramento, the train was boarded by
representatives of the sensational journals of
this city, each determined to be the first to inter
view the lion of the day. Dom Pedro's valet
received their cards ; observed the inscriptions
and quietly tore the paste-boards in pieces be
hind tho door. He then informed the enter
prising centlemen of the press that they must
have mistaken their iuau Dom I'edro had not
the pleasure of their acquaintance. Much cha
grined, the knights of the pencil were obliged to
content themselves with holding an indignation
meeting, the result of which was, that they
decided to "Jay on their oars until Uakland
was reached and then commence their reportorial
labors. Once more were they foiled. At Liver
more, the express train was met by Superinten
dent Towne and Mr. fellows, of tho Central
Pacific Ivauroad, who had gone up by special
car. lne " Metropolitan, the hotel car in
which the Imperial party traveled across the
continent, was detached from the regular train
and came on in advance, reaching Oakland about
one hour in advance.
Dom Pedro then walked on to the ferry boat
with his associates, and was taken to the pilot
house so that a better view of the bay might he
had. He expressed himself delighted with the
magnificent view, and asked any number of
questions as to the various prominent points.
IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Arriving on the San Francisco side, the party
were at once conducted to two open barouches.
In the first, Dom Pedro, Dr. de Macedo and
Visconde de Bom Retiro, took their seats, and
the second was occupied by Professor Ilenning,
Mr. Bentley, Vice-Consul of Brazil, Mr. O'Kelly
nd another gentleman. A third carriage fol-
;.h th KPnr,ra nF n, p,nnorni.
Probably not a hundred persons were gathered
at the ferry gates, and when the descendant of
the House cf Braganza stepped into his coach,
not one-third of them were aware that he was
the expected visitor. The vehicles were driven
rapidly up Market street to the Palace, and the
guests were at once shown to the rooms prepared,
which were fully described in yesterday's Alia.
The baggage not having arrived, Dom Pedro took
a stroll around the corridors and spent some time
in admiring the arrangements of the hotel.
Finally an invitation was extended hira to take a
trip on the elevator to the roof of the building.
This was accepted, and accompanied by Dr.
Macedo. Mr. Bentley and the Viconde Retiro, he
ascended and was shown the city from that
AT C1LMORE S CONCERT.
At eight o'clock in the evening, Dom Pedro,
Visconde de Bom Retiro, Dr. Mascclo and Mr.
O Kelly, were driven to the Pavillion. They
entered from the Eighth street side and were
shown to that portion of the main hall usually
occupied by the musicians. The box was taste
fully hung with the Brazilian and American
colors. The band were already on the stand,
and immediately opened with the Brazilian
Hvmn. The regular programme was then car
ried out. The Brazilian anthem was aain
played as a portion of the Centennial Quadrille.
As its first strains broke upon the ear, Dom
I'edro arose, as did all the audience, and re
mained standing until its close, the auditors
warmly applauding the hymn. The "Star
Spangled Banner" is arranged as a conclusion to
the quadrille; as soon as recognized, the Emperor
was again on his feet, as well as all m the build
ing, except the musicians ; and, at the finish,
Dom Pedro seemed much pleased with Miss
Thursby'8 singing, and was seen to lean over and
apparently question Mr. O'Kelly in regard to
the fair songstress. The evening's entertainment
was evidently appreciated, as Dom Pedro is not
only a lover of music, but also a musician.
Each piece was applauded by him, and he re
mained until the programme was finished. Once
during tho evening he dropped his programme on
the floor, but immediately stooped over and
picked it up in a nonchalant manner.
At half-past eleven, Gilmorc's band serenaded
the Emperor at the Palace. A lars crowd had
gathered long before that hour on the balconies
"nd in the main court. It was wcll behaved
ar.'d nt tfcs-'V'ne time vtithusiastrc crowd.
His Sknty 8cj v,i with his suite on the east
side of to f'ln. .tlalcony and listened atten
tively to eVS
To-day ' i. "fio. vaid an informal visit by
the Mayor, and''wt probably take a drive out to
the Cliff House. He will leave San irancisco on
Saturday evening for Virginia City.
The Emperor calculats to return to the East
in time for the opening of 'he Centennial Exhibi
tion at Philadelphia. Tl.nce he will go to St.
Louis and make a trip don the Mississippi, for
t?.e parr-.. uf stuJjin tiavi-vu.i on the
" Father c-f Water." L port reaei.in;; New tr
icar Le :n iko Ti-it-j tj the 1 ir ctt..ri ar.i
Mj.-r f !a!;t.ti-:.", in whicli in lu'trii.- fie take a
ir.r.-rvt. lie will remain aSut fjcr months
In t!.e I';;.:..-! Sm:o?
Ii: Kur ri he will rs: i-it Kf.-'uni. then
1 rainx. (
,.iiit, IVi'iiiiu, II !!ii!.u, eucn.
Norway ar.-l Kui:i, reluming M rorui tr.y.
where the Laijre.-a wi.I be left lor the of
Lrr health, as e-he fancies the iuiner.il water.
A vi.-it will be paid ti Italy, thciue tj Ftt,
! ud the Nile as fariLS the firpt cataract, and thenee
he j to Amu Minor. The Eairor ha an eighteen
The following "is coppiesi from MaudslcVf
work ca Mental Responsibility.
4 If men took careful thought of the best use
which they could make of their bodies, they
i would probably never take alcohol except as
i they would take a dose of medicine, in order to
scrve s'"'nie special purpose. It id idle to ty
there i any real necessity for jreons who are
in good health to indul- in any kind of alci.hoiic
' hV'T. At the best it is an indulgence which is
; unnecessary; at the worst, it is a vice which
' occasions ir.oife misery, sin, crime, madness
; hnd diease. Short of the patent and undeniable
1!s which it is a-imittcd on all hands to produce,
t is at the h ittoiu of manifold mischief that
re never broulit directly home to it. How
! much lii wurk would not be done; how much
: g xjd w -rk would be butter done, but for its
baneful in-p irati..n ! leh act of crime, each
; suicide, each outbreak of m:dne-s, each disease.
j occasioned by i(. means an infinite amount r
' suflering endured and inflicted before matters
have reached that climax.
It may of course be said that a moderate on- !
sumption of alcoholic liquors can dj no harm, j
mus-t n the contrary do good, when exhausted j
nature Icels the need of some stimulant.
I am not prejiared to say that it does any
demonstrable harm, but at the same time it is i
not wise to have recourse to an alcoholic stimu
lant when recourse ought to be had to food or
rest; and it is a serious harm to the mind to
gain, as is sometimes done, by the factitions aid
of a stimulant, the energy which should come
from the calm resolution of a developed will.
What one sees happen often enough in life is
this : there are persons of auxious and suscepti
ble temperament who, having to meet some strain
in their work, or some trial in their lives, are
prone to take a stimulant in order to give them
selves the necessary nerve ; they fly tj an artifi
cial aid, which fails not in time to exact the
penalty for the temporary help which it yields,
instead of deliberately, exerting their will and
gaining thereby the advantage which such an
exertion would give them an another occasion.
Like the pawn broker or the usurer, it is a pres
ent help at the cost of a frightful interest; and I
if the habit of recurring to it be formed, the j
end must be a bankruptcy of health. It is not !
possible to escape the penalties of weakening the j
will ; sooner or later they are exacted in one j
way or another to the uttermost farthing; it is
not possible, on tho other hand to overrate the
advantages of strengthening the will by a wise
exercise ; the fruits of such culture are an un
failing help in time of need.
A. T. Stewart, the famous millionaire mer
chant, died in New York yesterday afternoon.
He was born about seventy-three years ago in or
near Lisburn, a flourishing town on the Ulster
railway, about five miles from Belfast, Ireland.
He studied for a time in Trinity College, Dublin,
but owing to the death of his father and the
limited circumstances of his mother, he was
unable to complete his collegiate course. He
came to the Lnited States in 1823, and, after
following the profession of school teacher for a
short time, opened a dry goods 6tore on Broad
way, opposite the Park. A correspondent of
the Cincinnati Gazette, or some other western
parcr, stated a short time since, that when he
came to this country he was possessed of con
siderable means and moved among the best cir
cles of society, but we think in this he is par
tially mistaking. Xo doubt Mr. Stewart was
admitted to the best circles of New York society,
for he was of respectable parentage, but we do
not think he possessed much ot tins world s
weaitn on nis arrival on .Manhattan Island.
However tin's may be, he was a most successful
business man, and accumulated a va6t fortune.
The marble palace on Fifth avenue in which he
has resided during the past few years cost up
wards of three millions of dollars. The history
of Jlr. Stewart shows what a persevering and
enterprising man, who uses printer's ink judi
ciously, can accomplish in the way of accumula
ting wealth. There are some who say he never
advertised, but this is a mistake; no man ever
had a higher appreciation of tne utility of ad
vertising than the deceased millionaire. He had
some very warm and intimate friends in this
city who deeply mourn his death. Pittsburg
A Clock tuat Regulates tue (jirls. A
watchmaker has. invented a patent compenso-retarding-accelerating
Clock for use in families
where they keep unmarried daughters in stock.
It the young man is of an eligible sort the retard
ing attachment is turned on and the clock com
pounds with old Time at eighty minutes to the
hour, so that one a. m. the next morning it only
indicates about 11.05 p. m. the night before, and
tho young woman is perfectly justified in saying.
" O, don't ! it is early yet," when the young man
reaches for his hat. On the other hand if he
should not be desirable, they just shove up the
indicator to boiling point, and at half-past nine
it is nearly two o'clock. The patentee, casting
himself upon tho generosity of a discerning
public, invites rartrons to increase the efficiency
of his invention by iudicious yawns and remarks,
as "Dear me! How the time does fly," and in
extreme case3 an admirable effect may be pro
duced by the father coming in with a bed-room
candlestick, saying " Good night, Amanda.
Before you go to bod eeo that when the girl gets
up in the morning she leaves out the milk
pitcher."' No family should by without it.
DIAMONDS, JEWELRY !
HIE UNDERSIGNED II A S ON II AND THE
FOLLOWING LINE OF
FIXE GOLD A5D SILVER WARES !
LaJiei and Gents Superior Cluster and Solitaire Diamond
Ring. a Full Line,
Ladies and G-nu Kmerald, Kuby and Garnet Ri:.p.
Ladies French Sapphire Rine, a Full Line of Asstd King,
LADIES' GOLD WATCHES !
,Stem it Key Winder, both French t American,
Ladies Gold Opera Chains,
Ladies Neck Chains,
Ladies Gold and Silver Thimbles,
Gents' Gold and Silver Watches
STEM AND KEY WINDER,
Including the Celebrated E. Howard 4 Co., A ppleton. Tr ey
t Co., and all the othr Renornvd Makers,
Gold Lockets and Chains, Gold Charms,
G"!d IVn, Missive Gold Cra'-let9.
Gold Breastpins, (LaJirs and Genta)
Uol 1 Ear Kins, Uents G Md 4- P.lver t hain.
Solid Silver Table Forks & Spoons,
Sli l Silver Dessert Forks and Spoons,
Solid Silver Tea Spoons. Solid Silver Soear Shells,
Solid Silver S ilt Spoon. Sulid Silver Pie, Cake, and Fith
Knives. Solid Silver Butter Knives,
Id Fart, a Xrat I.lnr of Wares in tbr .Ibotr Goods,
WHICH WILL BE
SOLD ASZOWAS THE LOWEST,
XT The Pul'.ic will do well to Call and Examine thee Sice
Good before Purchasing Elsewhere.
iwccuj io trie
CHAS. T. CULICK,
AGFAT lt TART At KOU LI.Dtl.MI.MS 10U
Xj -TV. 33 O II.
Allen & Flobinsoxi
orrrR r:s ?alf,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
Cargoof Nor' West Lumber
Ex .Tone A.. InlltiiilMiver Z
AT Til MR
Lumber Yard on Robinson's Wharf,
At 4 L Rate a ran be Obtalied Ii
K IN. HOARDS. T. ..;. ISO A HIS. 1 mti.
Ivl !);!.'.. 1x4 HU:.i. Batter... 16 H rl, j
3x6 .vir.tllnj, 4v3 Scamling, 33 Clear Scantiinf,
44 (' r .cntling, bi CU-ar Scamlio;, 0x4 Srau!lin)C,
6S .-vuu'.iim:. 610 Timber, 612 Timter, 9S Timlr,
Sxlo TimKr. SxlJ Timr. 10x10 Timber, 10x12 Timber,
3x12 t'litik, 4 iurb riank,3 inch PUr.k, 2 inch Plank,
1J it rh I'l.nk. Ii inch Plank, Lathi.
ALLEN & ROOINSON.
H. HACKFELD &CO.
O 2FL SJLj
EX U ill !
.HJST Alt RIVED
J)LK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE
C;noiJXD PRINTS, MUSLINS,
Horroeks' Long Cloth, A 32 in. A 36 in. B
and II 30 in.
Turkey Red, Brown Cotton and Drill,
Blue Cotton Drill, Ticking, Hickory Stripes,
Cotton Sheeting, 72, 80, 90, and 100 in.
Mosquito Netting, Water-proof Cloth,
Black and Colored Meiinoes,
Black Cobourgs and Italian Cloth,
Barege, in all colors; Linen, Bedford Cord,
Twilled Cambric and Silesias,
Black Lastings, Flax Padding,
Cotton and Linen Thread, white, black and
brown, assorted numbers,
White fc Brown Cotton Turkish Towels, &c,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, white and
Table Cloths, Men's Socks,
Ladies' Stockings, assorted;
White and Brown Cotton Undershirts, and
Water-proof aud Flannel Shirts,
Black Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrellas,
Plaids, Ponchos, Monkey Jackets,
Flannel Sacs and Pants,
Buckskin and Cloth Sacs and Pants,
An Assortment of FINE SUITS,
scarlet, green, blue and white;
White Cotton Blankets, Horse Blankets,
Light and Heavy Burlap,
Woolpack, Sail Twine,
Rugs and Carpets,
Rubber Goods Carters, Suspenders, Girdles,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bits, and Spurs,
French and German Calfskins,
India Rubber Balls, Feather Dusters,
Blank Books, Bloc Notes,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as E:r Rings, Brooches, &.c,
Harmonicas, Massa Pif
London and Meerschaum Pipes,
GENUINE EAU DE COLOGNE,
Lubin'a Extracts, Soaps, Tooth Brushes,
Dressing Combs, Needles,
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tubs, Galv. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
French, English and German Groceries !
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, ic, &c.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safety Matches,
Wbite Zinc, White Lead, Green & Black Paints,
Berlin Blue. Hubbuck's Paint Oil.
Johannisberger, Liebfrauenmilch, Claret,
Champagne, IleiJsieck's, &c. j
Sparkling Hock, quarts and pints.
Key Brand, St. Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale t Porter, Bavarian Beer, qts & pts
Cognac Brandy, Gin, ic, Alcohol iD Demijohn.".
CIGARS HAVANA AND E R.MAN.
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Rivets,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, J in. in. 1 in. 1 in.
Babbitts Metal, Hoop IroD, jj, , l.
Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 ani G.
I Wrapping Paper, Horse Rope, white; ;
I Corka, MouIJmg, Looking Glasses & Cbromos, '
Tumblers, Water Monkeys, Ganjbier aoJ Cutch, :
Demijohns, J, 1, 3 aa J o galls., Mai ket Baskets, j
kerosene oil, I
Birch Brooms, Cement, Fire Claj, Fire Bricks, j
Slates, Barrels and Casks, &c, &c.
SfiJes made to arrive. 'Orders from the othe islands
executed on arrival.
SAMPLES XOW OjEX FOR INSPECTION'.
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Carry and Mane Comb. l' rcuion Cap. 4 6. . 10 H CtcK I T W at Haiti Cl.aa.4 Kama,
Krtll', 2 an.l S quart. t;lra.i i .l X ,h i !. lUnan l Tul-, l.'l .n liW T I.'.ium eila Milaa
S1." . ,,Kr.T TA It It Kit Sm. .V KKCIM. WIKK. II. M,.,
BoilrJ an.t Raw LlnwJ til, II ui.l.u-k hi:e 7jne -., Atniitn' inM, Itral tlro4 U,mtT rtMr
Tartar, Pure W hiie Ca.t.l- m-ap. arJlr.r., rr.nch V. ll .ar. ' .ii. ,l(t, mn4 Chalk. 0 -. I
and 2 Inch, yke. 4 b and a l .r . P. .... ,. 1 and W .... f II K J...,,,.. (.,r.... u)u.l. M ll-r
Hoe., I0 NtK'S KKROSK.M: OIL DIRM T KtMsu 10MI AM-, Rrr.et
Mil. good and cheap. orrf Tm "
Al$o on Hand, A General Awortment of 'i.-tftartl Implement! J
A FEW DOZEN WARD. I'AVVKS V K I.KII li A ' Vkt Vr SSRIIRKP Hfl K A RM." Til
HT yt'ALITV httcdailU
TM ahore aitft many olher artK-lea to Iv foand al lW tT
WIRE ! !
. , .V. ... h,
5 : . X WIS
G-alvaxiizcd. Corrugated UHLoofixiQ
IIUBBICK'S PLRE WHITE 7.1 NC? AND LEAD, lit KIM K' HfcT I'AI.K
K FINE ASST. OF SHELF PAINTS, ALL COLOBG I
TLRI'ENTINE. VARNIMIES. I'AINT liltt SIIKS. A FINK LOT OK lit' US
ER'S HARDWARE. A GOOD STOCK OT 4UIIK ( I.TI'RAh
Will be Sold :ii
C. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
By Late Arrivals from Boston!
tiii: iollouix; assortmkt of
Anchors. 600 to 1000 pouuda.
Leather Belting, 3 to A in.; Oak Taiiud, Hpririx li-ds,
Iloxeg Jam and Bales of Hope,
Boats. Assort! Styles. Huron I-anv,
Cane Knives, Culiivators,
Carts : Hand, MuU and II .!-,
Copper paint, Canal Barrow,
Cumberland Coal, in Casks' I
Fence Wlro. Best Quality.
FIRE CLAY. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS,
1 Ilorae Power lor Sawing Wood,
Planter' Iloe, Hay CultT,
Kaolin, I'ire CUy,
YELLOW PINE, Well Seasoned !
Yellow Metal, IS to 20 oc.; Cooio.;iiot)
0 Yokea, I'lowa, varioui ilylr. if tir.en, Tail, 3 llo' ,
American Prints desirable styles
B.t Quality Ro.in, Turk. Island palt, in Oak liMa,
WpiU Painted Tut, Wheel Barrow.,
CASKS of KCJG (OAL!
IMPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR FAMILY USE
Ex Favorite, from Victoria I
100 Barrel Fri-r River Halmon,
20 Half Barrel Frairr Kiver Halron,
Kver Barrel in PKKFLCr OHDKIt.ar.d
FOR SALE AT A VERY LOW FIGURE !
Eastern Pine Sugar Sliooks,
WILL 15 K
Sold at a Lower .Xricci !
Tluin ever before offered in I Li. Market. Thee
Shooks are Thoroughly Seasoned,
And clfcr advantage over a!lf.t!, r
Sold in Tliis 11m Ii I :
IT Iloldint; a Lane r Quantity of putrar. gaining from 21
per cent, to 3 T cent, in aetting up. and re'juirlng i.o coonr.
ing after leaving the plantation.
ALL OF THE ABOVE G00OG
' Will bo Sold Low !
To Clo.se CoiiKijjiiinoiitw I
And to make room tor NKW QOtVA enpeete.! per
syREX ;1Ild KYi0.,
To Arrive .V'j ' '',
, , r i i r-
Invoices of which are Expected !
ap22 3 in
C. BREVER & CO.
A NEW TOP BUGGY FOR SALE.
)RICE, ONE III NUREO AND ENTV-
I FIVE L-0LLAR3. Enquire V
DILLINU'lAM A CU's.
CV. 16 MERCHANT
FEME H'lllE ! ! !
.1, xiiul il.
By DILLINGHAM & CO-
JUST RECEIVED !
And For Salo by
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
EX AGLAIA AND CEDER,
And Other Late Arrlvali.
IJEHT MM I II'), ( OAI.,
ion Beat Uimmfum hpluu K Coal,
liar Iron, ia Aaor(4
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 d.. r. of iKa Ci lrt.rated Mauufartar of John
(iillon A Co., Ola.fKW,
FOLLOWING MACHINERY I
ONE SKJAK MUX, ( OM',;TK
THREE WESTON' CENTRIFUGAL.
FI V E HT E A M CIA Rl V I ICRI, 40O
im1 600 CALLOXI.
I 11 V
c; O O D S !
Caw lli'idteick' Cbaniaf n, pint and quart,
Batk' t Un nc' ChampafM, U and 4U,
Hk-tt !.! nr. Cliama(ne, eitra dry,
('" llfiniejr'a tratid)r,
C' Marlell'. a a a llrandjr,
Ca.- I'Uiiat'. IS02 Brand jr,
Cum-, t'niall Oeuara,
Hank ! Id t Uenera,
C i' i B' t OH Torn Gin,
Ca- li't't Kinulixii' L Ir!(j WM.ke,
(.'.e. Lurnill-' Iriiili V.'ldnkrr,
l. t OctiicU Whirk'-y,
Quarter Cuiik. lirimr.ijr'f Be.t I'aU Brand r
uart-r "ak. Mart-ll Beat Brandy,
Wuarti-r C'aak Jamaica Bum.
II EST AMERICAN VV II IRK I Kll
Occidental, H-rniilje aud O. t. C.
ii;ai r.ioiiNH alcohol,
Cai'-n t Tale p'W rry. Cane. Be.t Old Porl,
yuHrf r Ca-l l ale fn-rry,
Qu.-irt'-r t'-k Int'h Whl.kejr,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,.
I'irit and Quart.
Ifulia I'iiW' Al-, ninl. and quart,
l!.i A Co.'. India Tale Ale, pint, and quart
JUST LANDED, EX BARK CEDER
lJMVAX'S XXXIiTOI T, IN KTON'K JVQt,
1"! I I Mr AND Ql'AKTS.
Port Mine, la 5 iloz. tf.; Sbrrrj Ular, In l4u tt,
OK HTKKIOR Qt'ALITY.
ocXI F. T. LENEHAN Sl CO.
i ol 111
the lual tif