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A GENEEAL ASSOUTM X OF
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BOLLES A; C O.
.W ?EESH CALIFORNIA LIME !
300 MlJM?1F'S.RE EIVE, THE
...TT MlrT B,' Rrta tndDC Mam.
"8lJ . Focgaieby IkLLfc3 A fV.
fci!KLPER . J1?.15 M-B- Roberta
for 7teby (aol J BOLL FJs ft Co.
al9 far Sate by EOLLE3 ft C.
' Fralti Prepared by the Aldea Process !
for Hale by
BOLLF.S & CO.
SMALL CHAINS !
SIZES FROM 1.(1 INCH. In 'A X-
TITIKf to "iiit. Receive per u cicta." For sale br
BOI.I.FS 4 CO.
COLUMBIA BJVER SALMON AND
SALMON BELLIES !
t. BARRELS AND HALF BARRELV
i RIM fr FalUnnorg, U days fmm Portland.
CASES OK EC O.N PILOT BREAD, small cake.
For Pal t.y HOI.LF.fl ft CO.
CillORTLT EXPECTED DIRECT FROM
. j Hmjkon)f r ,
40.000 Extra larjre siae, and CO to 100.000
M all or the Bnt quality HARD CHICK?, ami
' will b Ssld Iw,t.y
BOLLES ft CO.
FAMILT AND BAKERS' EXTRA
MlA t lnar,
, wire1 Pr Marrar, this day. I or Pale by
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
VRW CROP. AXD IV FIXE ORDER; RK
clr"l thU day per D C Murray. For Pal by
BOLLF? & CO.
California Red Brick !
A FEW THOCSAXD OF GOOD QUALITY
i m. retired iliis 1ay per Mary Belle Roberta, and for sale by
SOLLKH ft VO.
1 RES II FROM THE FACTORT OF LOI IS
MrMnrray ft Co.. received per Ceylon, In cava of two
Irw'n -u UOO Dazrn In one and two pound Can.
For sale kw y (aoll) BOI.I.K-8 4- CO.
California Lime and ' White Brother!"
VOIilSIl PORTLAND CEMENT. BEST
14 0irl.ty. For Bate by hll) BOLI.E4 ft CO.
Blocks and Oars!
4 FI LL ASSORTMENT.
J For Sale by
BOLLES ft CO
t.NEW LOT OF THE LAWRENCE FAC
t ory an arortnient of Kambera receired rr Ceylon,
and for Ml-low by . (.anil) BOLLES A CO.
CHINESE TILES !
1 FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD QUAL-
V IT V, 1 G x 1 0, wiU be aold cheap, by
90S BOLLES 4 CO.
FROM 78 l 2,JUUIIw. KKl fclM rr.n
" CleU," and for aale by
V.VD AS YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED
myiflf with orw of thoae
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUMS !
ithl.-h will itani the Baggage Bmather, and whioh are only
to be iad at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
Where can be found (my o
EIEII1TIII.(I l. THE TIOK LIE
Among which are
l.a.'l Solid 8ole Leather Trunka, rireted edges;
Ladlra' Pol id Bridle Leather Tronka, riveted edge ;
T-adicV Solid Leather Iranka, sewed edgpa;
m I Jidlea' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogi,
Ladies' Coai position Saratoga,
LadleV Kmboased Zinc pamt.ipa,
.fca lieV Elegant Trarellioir Dresatng Casea,
l.adirn' Boaata Leather Shopping Valiaea,
TjtdlPaga and Retieoiea in all aizea.
Ladies' Canras Covered Trunks.
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article maoh in iVmand, stowing neatly under the stale
floltd Pole Leather Trunk, rlrettil ejfres;
tnt'a Solid Bridle Leather Trunk, riveted edges
Gent 'a Leather Tronka in all Mxe;
Sent'a Bound Edge Tronfc.
tir.' Polid Pole Leather Valise,
Oeni'a Bridle Leather Vahsaa,
Oent' No. 1 and 3 Boatoa Valiaea,
Oent'a Patent Cornrr Taliae,
Geot'a Elegant Ruasia Leather '
iHnf' Phawl and Blanket Ptrap, Trunk Straps,
Toorirt acd Trarler Bag and Valise.
I.t fort everything in the ahove fine omf
at Bed Rock Pi-iecs.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AX ELEOAXT LIXE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Joat the thing br ihe wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever offered here. Aooff which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and In fact evwytliiBg in all well appointed Boot a.d
AU the ahove fines of Goods tcill be Sofd
at Pi-iees to suit the Times,
Tbr Gl are well bawa here ad aired
reeHnaeadtlM. Every Pair
- . Warranted.
Corner of Port and Slerchant Street?.
CST RECEIVED PER K A MOI. IV
HEIDS1ECK & CO.'S
Grand VIn Royal,
In Qnrf5 nd Pint. ..For Sale at Agects' rates by
n. nACKfELD ft Co ;
- Pole Agent tor Mesr. Heldsieck ft Co.,
PHILADEPHIA ! I
Importers and Dealers in
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKI2TS,
li in. x I. l.and IxC, fr.r
Scantling-, Boards, Flank,
Battens-lx3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2,
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
TnngnM nml fJroevctl
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE I
2x12 to lCxlC;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE.
California & Eastern Doors, ail sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLINDS, all sizes;
White Lead c Zinc !
PAINT OIL Jk SM ALL PAINT. CIIE.4 P.
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Wall Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
For Plantation or any Other Itpp,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
NOR' WEST LUMBER
LEV7ERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort,-King and Merchant Sts.
Nor' West 1 inclt Hoard, Nor' West 1 Plank,
. Nor' Wost U in- Hank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Plank,
Nor' West Tongueil Grooved Board, 1 A 1
. Nor' West Surfaced, 1 in. 1 and U.
Nor' West Scantling, all Mzcp:
Nor' Wet Timber, all siz?:
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
TPer EL W. .liTiy,
A, CHOICE CARGO
in mi mill nil mi!
1 inch Boards 1, li and 2 inch,
Rongh Surfaced, 1 in. li, 2 and 3 in. of iho
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3xt Post. Red Wood; 4x4 Tosts, Red Wood;
4x6 Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Tost?,
ALL SIZES OF RIDWOOIISCAXTLIXG
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Board, Red Wood, 1$;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL SIZES -,
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Chromo Green, Paris Green, Chromo Yellow.
Red Lead, Black Paint, Varnishes,
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Pull Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER I
jpg Orders from the other Islands llled with
care and dispatch. -
milE FIRE-PROOF STORE n Qure it
ft. Street, lately occupied by C. B. Bartow Jsq , as an ff
&n AniMlrm Rortm Pnaapa1nn pirpn immoilinlph'. JLL
Apply t jntt W. (?. fARKE,
SATUIWA V. SEPT. J.
The Mammalia of the Pacific.
HV U IIUAU VTATT GUX, R. A.
It ii eomuioiilj Fup rsed that in the - Pacific
region mammals (except a few bats) are
This statement ej;ree neither with the tra
ditions of the islander themselves, nor with the
testimony of the early Tojagen.
" KeTelrlng to th '.Sandwich Islands, Captain
Cook 'say : The quadrupeds in these islands,
as in all" the others that have been discovered in
the South Sea, ere confined to three sorts : dcg,
hogs, and raw," Yoyagts, vol. 7, p. IOC.
The rat alone is universal ; it is about half the
size of the Norway rr.t. In many of the islands
the indigenous breed has been exterminated by
the imported rat.
In 1S2, a solitary mile Norway rat got ashore
at Mangnia, from the wreck of an American
whaler. It made war upon the native rat. On
removing the flooring of one of onr rooms, abont
thirty dead native rats were foand. We were
fortunate enough to catch the offender in a trap.
In some of the islands of the South Pacific, it
was usual to defend growing coeoanuts from the
depredations of the native rat by making a sort of
pcreen, well-secured all around the tree, close to
the fronds, at a great height from the ground.
When extracting a child's tooth, it was cnoto
ruary to offer a prayer, in which the gods were
asked to give a rafs tooth (n'o kiorf) in its place
i". r. a strong tooth.
Most of the I'aciiic Islands were, like Mangaia
literally overrun with these rats. There can be
no mistake as to this small rat being indigenous.
At Mangaia they were mythically regarded ns
the progeny of Echo, the ironical goddess "who
talks out of the rocks." The rat figures again
and again in their ancient songs and myths.
Two methods of rat-cacthing were successfully
practiced in the olden time. One was to make a
circle of loop of cinet with lip-nooses, the en
closed space being covered with candle-nuts.
(Alcurilcs triloba). Rats were thus easily
Another plan wab to dig a large bottlcshaped
hole in the earth, two narrow pathways being
made to permit tlio rats to descend to leaFt on
the candle-nuts. When this hole was well filled
with rats, two men would go down with knobbed
sticks to kill the rats.
One morning, somo lads, climbing up some
high rock3' dislodged a large stone, and so ex
posed a mummy-cave. The mummy was in ad
mirable preservation, but there was a hole in its
side, out of which some little rats were peeping.
A rat-nest had been made where the heart had
Tho proverb, Sweet as a rat," survives in
Mangaia to this day, although the adults of this
generation have given up the disgusting practice
I recollect, in 1852, being several times asked,
"Will Jehovah be angry with us if we eat rats?"
"Why," I asked, in astonishment, " do you ask
this?" " Because, we have been reading in
Leviticus that rat-eating is forbidden," was the
Boys, to this day, set fire to the mountain-fern,
eo that the myriad of rats rushing out of the fern,
half-blinded with fire and smoke, are easily killed
with long sticks. This is done when the sea is
rough, so that the boys cannot catch fish. These
rats feed exclusively ou cocoa-nuts, bananas, arrow-root,
candle-nuts, and papao-apples.
" the hoc. '
Of the seven islands constituting the Ilervey
Group, Mangaia and Aitutakt were the only ones
without a native breed of pigs. The first were
landed in 1823, by the martyr Williams. The men
of that day took them to the marae of the prin
cipal god, clothed them in the tapa, fed with tho
food of the high chiefs, and bestowed upon them
separa tc names. They - were- then regarded as
After a time, on account of their filthy habits,
they were expelled from the sacred enclosure. It
was several years before the natives could bo in
duced to taste the flesh. So rapid was their in
crease, that, after supplying numberless vessels,
on the occasion of the annual May festivities,
1852, a thousand pigs were killed and eaten ! ,
Of late years the number of these useful animals
has greatly fallen off, owing to the desolation
occasioned by successive hurricanes.
The original pig of Polynesia is now extinct.
It was a lanky, long-legged creature, not unlike
tho Sus Papuensis I saw every-where in New
Guinoa. To Captain Cook and the missionaries
belong the credit of introducing an improved
breed amongst the numerous islands of the Pacific.
The hog was, originally, indigenous to the
Sandwich Islands, Tahiti, nnd the Friendly
Islands. Captain Cook found the hog on Tanna,
one of the UeDrides. Nearly three centuries ago,
Quiroa saw pigs on Ecpirito Santo, the northern
most island of the same group.
: TBE POO.
The dog was indigenous to Tahiti, Samoa,
Sandwich Islands, and New Zealand. Captain
Cook describes them as having " short, crooked
legs, long backs and pricked ears. ' They are, in
general, fed or left to herd with the hogs ; and I
do not recollect of one instance In which a dog
was made a companion of man. Indeed, the
custom of eating them is an inseparable barrier
rot. 7,p 106.
Again, speaking of Tahiti, Captain Cook says
(vol. 1, p. 145) : The dogs which are here bred
to be eaten, taste no animal food, but are kept
wholly on breadfruits, cocoa-nuts, yams, and
other vegetables of a like kind.!'
The native name Vri) supports the above
The dog was unknown in the Hervcy group
until one was obtained from the ship Resolution,
in 1777, in exchange for a hog. The natives
wero wonderfully delighted with it. It is a cir
cumstance that no really good dog will live in the
Ilervey Group. The islands are now overrun
with worthless curs.
The last island in the Pacific to the eastward,
where the bat is found, is Mangaia. No other
island in the Ilervey Croup has one. They are
very common on Samoa and on Savage Island.
What is the law of their distribution ?
On measuring one, I found it to be thirteen and
three-quarter inches from wing to wing : the
body was thrce-and-a-quartcr inches in length.
It is very interesting sometimes, in the morning
to sec hundreds of these creatures clinging to one
another, and suspended like a vast rope from the
strong branch of a tree overhanging the perpen
dicular cliffs of the interior of the inland. Their
smell, however, is unendurable.
At Samoa they were venerated as gods (aitu).
At Savage Island and at Mangaia they are re
garded by the natives as a great delicacy. I
once saw a very fine one cooked, and was invited
to partake of it, but 1 declined, with thanks.
They abound in the numerous limestone caverns
of Nieue and Mangaia, and feed on ripe fruits,
Tbey are easily caught at sunrise, when they are
in a semi-torpid state.
THE LANDING Or THE FIRST HORSE ON LIIT.
I shall never forget the landing of the firet
horse on the Island of Lifu, in 1852. We cast
anchor in Wide Bay, on Saturday after-noon,
as near shore as was prudent. The horse had
been brought from Sydney, and had beemon
board about a fortnight. The creature, blind
folded, was lowered into the water, where a
boat was waiting to assist in the landing. The
horse swam vigorously, its head being kept above
water by the halter, which was in the hands of
the mate." As soon as its feet touched the earth,
the covering of the head was removed, and the
horse ran joyfully to shore. In another moment
the mate, sailor-like, vaulted on its bare back,
and raced up and down the beach. Only two or
three native men were about, the body of the
people being in the interior getting food for the
In a short time, a string of woman came in
from the bush, each laden with a large basket of
food. Terrified at the eight of the huge ani
mal cr they had previously seen nothing larger
then a hog they then threw down their burdens
and, cat-like, run up the nearest trees for safety,
trembling all over lest the strange animal with
the long neck should pick them off their perches
nnd devour them !
J Finding, at length, that no harm befell them,
! they cautiously descended to the earth to collect
! the food which lav scattered in all direction".
Whilst thus engaged, our mate dismounted. The !
poor creatures opened wide their eyes and mouths
in astonishment, for until that moment they
iiua&iued horse and man to be one It was jast
like the old story, so well related by Prcscott, of
the Mexicans first fight of the Spanish cavalry,
with this difference our? was a mcenge of peace,
theirs A binodsht-d.
Sandwich Island Mormonism-
Amoug the distinguished passengers by the
Australasia was a prominent Msrmon Lis hop from
the Sandwich Island, accompaiocd by six wives,
one of whom is white and the others pure Iiawa
iians. The Tencrable old saint may not be mar
ried to other than his white consort, bet the oth
ers are his "Spiritual wives," in the Mormon sense
in trcst. for Bngham. The party left yester
day morning, cn the.OTerland train, destined for
the Valley ot Zion. The Bishop traveled in good
style on the boat, taking first-class cabin passage
fox his white wife and one of his spiritual wvesn
young, charming, and Toluptuona Hawaiian.
The others, young also, were in the steerage, but
were occasionally visited by the saintly shephered
who took the best care of his flock. There must
be something "crorked"in this hegira of Hawaii
an girls to Salt Lake, as the law of the Sandwich
Islands impose severe penalties on any man who
takes a Hawaiian woman off the islands for a for
eign country. The captains of vessels, knowing
the heavy damages they would have to pay if
they carried a native girl off, have been very care
ful to comply with the law. How does it come,
then, that a Morman bishop can take away five
at a time ? Has King David, our festive friend,
turned saint, or is he in league with "brother"
Brighain ? There are about 2000 Mormons on the
Sandwich Islands, most of whom are located on
the island of Oahu, where they have a splendid
settlement at a place called Laio. Their planta
tion there is a model of perfection, their houses
neat and clean. The presiding bishop has a
handsome house, built in tho Kuropean style,
as have some of the natives, but the architecture
is less pretentious. Most of the natives, how
ever, live in huts peculiar to the people. Tbey
have a church at Laie, where the gospel is ex
pounded according to Joseph Smith, and another
at Honolulu on the same island. The Sandwich
Island Mormons are not practical polygamists on
account of monogamic law. But the men believe
in the doctrine, whilo the women, whether Mor
mans or not, believe in polyandry. Strange to
eay, the most illiterate white Mormon is able to
preach in the Kanaka language after a residence
of six months on the islands, while most of the
others white missionaries, even the educated ones
never learn to speak it so as to preach. What
ever may bo 6aid against the Mormon emissaries,
they are not lazy, but nearly all the others,
except the Jesuits, are decidly so. Mormonism,
next to 'Catholicism, is the growing religion on
the Sandwich Islands. San Francisco Chronicle.
When Mark Twain, in 1867, resigned has
clerkship to the United States Senate Committee
on Conchology it was partly caused by his tender;
of the following advice concerning the treatment
of the Indians in the West : "I next went to tho?
Secretary of War, who was not inclined to sec me'
at all until he learned that I waB connected with
the Government. If I had not been on important
business I suppose I would not have got in. 1
asked for a light (he was smoking at the time),
and then I told him I had no fault to find with
him defending the parole stipulations of General
Lee and his comrades in arms, but I could not
approve of his method of fighting with the In
dians on the plains. I said he fought too scatter
ing. He ought to get them more together get
them together in some convenient place, where
he should have provisions enough for both parties.,
and then have a general massacre. I said thero
was nothing so convincing to an Indian as a gen-,
eral massacre. If he could not approve of a mas
sacre, I said, the next surest thing for an Indian
was soap and education. Soap and education
are not as sudden as a massacre, but they are
more deadly in the long run, because a half-mas
sacred Indian may recover; but if you educate
him and wash him it is bound to finish him some
time or other. It undermines his constitution;
it strikes at the foundation of his being, 'Sir,' I
said, 'the time has come when blood-curdling
cruelty has become unnecessary. Inflict soap
and a spelling-book on every Indian that ravages
the plains, and let them die ! "
F, T, LENEHAN & CO.,
- THE POLLOWIN'C
NOW LANDING '
FROM THE A 1 URITISII
Al OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
Consisting of the Following Machinery !
SUGAR MILL COMPLETE !
fYVB RTKAM CLARIFIER3, 400 AND 600 OALI.ON.
A FINK ASSORTED INVOICE OP SMITH
-Celebrated Cooking Stoves
BEST BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Rest Scoii-h Bar Iron, assorted sites;
rU Scotch Sheet Iron, aworted aizes; Pij Iron,
FAINTS AMD OlfS!
Consisting of :
Tin While I.ea.1, Tina White Zinc Paint,
Tins Genuine Red Lead,
Tins Black and Blue Paints,
. Drums Boiled L-inwcd Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, Square & Arch!
BEST BLACKSMITH COAL,
BEST STEAM COAL.
Fencing Wire, assorted sizes, annealed and galvanized;
On I vn nixed Iran Barkr la, assorted sues;
A General Assortment of Supe
Consisting of :
Fancy Prints, White Cottons,
Handkerchiefs, Ginghams, Costumes, assorted;
Tireeds, assorted; Broadcloths, Coatings,
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
COSSISTISQ OF :
Cases Heidaieck's Champagne, plats and Quarts;
Baskets Lawrence Champagne, pints and quarts;
Baskets Lawrence Champagne, extra dry;
Cases Ilennessy's Brandy,
Cases Martell's xxx Brandy. Cases PlanaCs 13G2 Brandy,
Cases Small Geneva, Cases Best Geneva,
Cases Best Old Tom Gin,
Cases Bet Kinahan's L Irish Whiskey.
Cases Danville's Irish Whiskey. Best Scotch Whiskey.
Quarter Casks Best Uennessy's Pale Brandy,
Qaarter Casks Best Martell's Branny,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum,
BEST AMERICAN VII ISKI ES :-OccidenUl,
. Hermitage aBd O. F. C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry, Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Caska Pale Sherry, Qaarter Casks Irish Whiskey
McEWAN S INDIA PAIE AIE !
Pints and Quarts.
India Paie Ale'pints and quarts; ..
Bass k Co.'s ladia Pale Ale, pints and quart?;
Orange Bitten, in cases;
Bcatelleaa & Co.'s 1, 2. 3, and 4 diamond Brandy, '
Cases Superior Vermouth, Cases Boker P.' Iters,
Cases Superior Claret, c, Ac, &c.
Cases McEwan's XXX Stoat, in stone jugs,
Plnli ncd Qaartt.
fcr. A,o. Aic. 4c c
Jyl It F. T. I. EVE HAN A CO.
Hinifrftimt k) the Pacific Bafcktr Palat Umpaaj
f Saa 1 raarKr.
BBST PAINT if THE WORLD
TUIIS PAINT IS riT 11 IX H I. A III C.R,
. cce aad &rp rJon Ut, W la fir? mUn t: " ' -r-rrt.
It i prepared in pure anew wh.i iei Mark. n.l t!l ',
colors, ctnrin; any txiiEbrr ct S ff-rrnt ha1r
Is Ready for Immediate Use ! j
bring a frst adraniap?, & it can tc mJ by ry cr.
The Bitbtyr Paint t onaffcirfd ty chin of irmimiir, i j
imrrvtoo. to wmr, 'm ad!pl4 to all cliiov", rf work, ni I
EVERY WAY A BETTER PAINT
j fif r'uhf r nat'uiv or iniJe wot k than any oih-r piint lr r,
j t1 will Lai at toast tic a lorj.
Far Ui;(B, Asririiitaral Iai)lrMcat Bats aad
If.e Bublr.l'aiQi tlrira viih a ! roal to raiowh, aal
at ihaaamr time no adtiraive anj clastic that it will bp crark
or pl off, n'l ' Uicrfcr admirably a4apimt for ho as paitit
injj in this rlimaie.
In a-l.Ulrtn to the abvre,
It is the cheapest paint ever imported here
Sample Cant nf different halra to be Keen at the Office r f
the Agent. For Sale hi Quantities to Suit Pnrrhaer.
ITT" Orders from the other Ilands aoiieile.1, eecial'j frm
thove n hn intenl tepairuing their dwelUnga.
, W. C. IRWIN & Co.,
I :- A.le Aeentalbrthe naa-ai.vi I.
H. HACKFELD &CO.
1W GOODS BX KA II !
JpIXK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE
GROUND PRINTS, MUSLIN?,
WHITE COTTONS, .-
Ilorrocks' Long Cloth, A 32 in. A 30 in. 1$
and II 30 in.
Turkey Red, Brown Cotton and Drill,
Rlue Cotton Drill, Ticking, Hickory Stripcp,
Cotton Sheeting, 72, 80, 90, and 100 in.
Mosquito Netting, Water-proof Cloth,
Black and Colored Merinoes, - -Black
Cobourgs and Italian Cloth,
Barege, in all colors; Linen, Bedford Cord,
Twilled Cambric and Sileeias,
Black La6tings, Flax Padding,
Cotton and Linen Thread, white, black nnd
brown, assorted numbers,
White & Brown Cotton Turkish Towels', Ac,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, white and
Table Cloths, Mn's Socks,
Ladies' Stockings, assorted;
Wrhite and Brown Cotton Undershirts, and
Water-proof aud Flannel Shirts,
. Woolen Shawls,
Black Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrellas,
Plaids, Ponchos, Monkey Jacket,
Flannel Sacs and Pants,
Buckskin and Cloth Sacs and Pant,
An Assortment of FINE SUM'S.
scarlet, green, blue and white;
s White Cotton Blankets, Horse Blank!,
Light and Heavy Burlaps,
Woolpaek, Sail Twine,
Rugs and Carpets,
Rubber Goods GnrterM.Suependrrs, Girdles,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bits, and Spur,
French and German Calfakinp,
India Rubber Balls, Feather Dusters,
; Blank Books, Bloc Note,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
--' Jewelry, ench as Ear Ring, Brooehe, Ac,
-. . Harmonicas, Mossa Pipes,
London and Meerschaum Pipes,
GENUINE EAU DE COLOGNE,
Lubin's Extracts, Soap. Tooth Bru?he,
Dressing Combs, Needle,
Pocket Knives, Seiesors, Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tubs,Galv. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
French, English and German Groceries !
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, fcc., &c. .
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safety Matches,
White Zinc, White Lead, Green & Black Paints,
Berlin Blue, Habbuck's Paint Oil.
JohannUberger, Liebfranenmilch, CUret,
Champagne, IleiJaieck's, kc.
Sparkling Flock, quarts and pints.
Key Brand, SL Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale & Porter, Bavarian Beer, o,ts k pis
Cognac Brandy, Gin, &c., Alcohol in Demijohn.
CIGARSIIAVAXA AM) GERM.t.
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Rifets,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, 4 in. in. 1 in. 1 5 in.
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron, g, J , 1 J.
Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and G. , j
Wrapping Paper, Horse Rope, white; j
Corks, Moulding, Looking Glasses & Chromos, j
Tumblers, Water Monkeys, Gambier and Catch, j
Demijohn?, 4,1,3 and o galls., Market Baskets,
Birch Brooms, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Cricks,
Slates, Barrels and Casks, 'Stc. &c.
frtl'i mode to arrive. Ordfrafrovx th oflr iilauJs
SAMPLES XOtV OPEYFOR IVSPECTIOiS.
Galvanized. Corrugated RoollnQ
III RniCK IMKK. WHITE ZINC A
iOlLKIs LIXKLIs Oil..
h FINE mi. OF SHELF, PAINTS,., ll,L.,Cpl,OI. I
TI'RIENTIXE, VARXISIIE. IAIXT IIHI'alll'.S A TIXK LOT OF III'ILU
,.' ERN HARDWARE., A OOOIf STOCK OE ACRICI'LTTR I.
Will be SoM :if ICI2CIPROCITY. FRICI&JJ
I'x Vnsco lo Cannula City of . .llollioiirnts ! i
ilSurr:iy . ami iSj roiia hy
H3 jL3NTX OO
'IMIE FINEST ASSORTMENT OE PR I NTS IN THE MARKET. PLAIN COItU
I light ami dark and robe; a k m pieces f Fancy TrimiMMii IVinu, H kite Mailaimlsms, W Mis t'niim Mieetinf .
loi in ; Cheap t'nhlrsrhed Cntnn, Vine lllrarheil Cnlion, lUroln's A k II fne n Medium, I'liUenchsj ("nt'in,
A superior assortment of Wftlerpmoftf, all wnol anil cotton anil wof. l.lue, fciul f a.lsn. . , ,j , ,
FINEST IILACK It KO A DC LOT 1 1 AM IHIENK I SR. A LL -WfOf s T W KKIf (Y I IT K
; ; , ; AXI, BUrP L1XKX DUCK, .FIXE WHITE MOLESKIN, FINEST WHITE
MARSEILLES VESTING,' LINEN PANT STI FFS, I1ROWX LINEN
ALSO IUXF.IVED Fanojr Wool Overskirts, CotUn rtulorshirU, Ore) Wool Uai.nrl, line and Me.Kuni ScaiM fU
A Few Pieces Nos. 6. 9 and 12 PKV CI.IK OROS OKAIN BID HONS, VKKV CIIKAPi Rnsslt Mnper and Crs.lt,
All Unen Napkins, Java Canvsa, MosqnHo Netllnr, Illoa Vlanoal. A lew FINE HLACKLAM4 LACK .
SUA WLN, Table Damssk.Sllirias, Veil llare(e, lilark IlairClotb, lhs Tkn-ad. A. f
ALSO Ppear A Jackson's Celebrated Assorted Files, Cist, half ronnd. Usre and taper! Vasiard 04 Cot and
Hmooth, assorted sites. KODiJKK HONS Cl LKUIl ATKIl CUTI.KKY Krlssors P.Kket Knives, Wutn.er and Table
Knives, lew sets of their best Silver Plated rVissors: Ilrnlle Kiickles. 6 1. 1-4. T-l and I inchllnnedi peail issl and
Phirt nations, best qaslltles. Flub and Cod Lines In variety,
Curry and Mane Combs,
Kettles, 2 and 3 qnartsi
Naedles. 11FT A3
1'ercassion Caps, 4. O, 8, 10 lug hliot. Cine To. key srnt llsth fpnnge. tinm.4s Kins, Tea
Cialsanixed Hash Raio, tislvsnlr.isl Tnlts, 1 J la 21 In. tesl T llinses, I I Mi. Mi)sr4
vnealei a nh tarred a fkncinm wire. iiui.iMirk
United and Raw Linseed Oil, llubl.nck'i White Zinc and l-ail, Assorted Paints in Oil, lies! demisd Uiirv, repp.
Cream Tartar, Pure White Castile !oap. Sardines, Frrrvch Yellow, Yellow Ochrs, WltiUni and CliaJk. Os Haws, 1 U4
and 2 inrh; Ox Yokes 4. 6 and 0. Pans Plows, KRle 2 and 20 Plows, Ktlrs points, llsrrnws, Ciiltlvalira and lines
Hoes, DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL DIRECT HIOM 1m)WNKH COMPANY, Vwxvt'p Krrosenr
Oil, frond and cheap. "r
Also on Hand, A General Assortment of Agricultural Implements 1,r '
A FEW DOZEN WARD & PAVNE'M CELEIIR ATED X. 38 SHEEP SHEARS, THE
IIFT QUALITY MA OK.
The alwjve with utaoy olhcr ilkles to be P.iind at I.OTVKrT
EW GOODS JUST 'REGEIVSB.!
AND SOON EXPECTED,
ST 3ES. . EEnaEaljj :a S-2KT
FROM BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO AND EUROPE.
JP TLa Q
Comprising the . following Sty Ion and Sizos:
PARIS PLOWS. Wo, G.
EAOLE PLOWS, Nos. 20, 2, 2 B, 0, A
MOLINE STEEL PLOWS. Nos. 0, 7, 7 1-2, 8, 8 14, and 4? "
Ames' Steel Plows, No. X00. Ames' Steel Cultivators.
MOLINE " WESTERN" CULTIVATOEB for Two Horses.' IlOB.SE n0ES,v i
PLANTATION S GARDEN TOOLS, of ALL' KINDS !
A FILL ASSORTMENT.
ruiIaRkrvs n a r i w a r i: aivi tools j
Ship Carpenter's And Cooper's Tools, ,
Painter's Materials and Br tithes, , . ,
Paints, Oils, Turpentine and Varnishes.
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OF ALL fcl7.ES AXD THE II VST I'AI.ITV.
AXE. PICK AND HOE HANDLES. '
SILT 13 I.3 yV
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.. THE BEST (.(' A LIT V AND
CALIFORNIA LEATHER by almost Every Arrival I
COMPRISING IIAHNF-W, ItRIDLK. f ADM.K AND iSOLK I HATIIKB. k1fJ, PflFFT, OOAT, KIP
AND COLORIU LINISU FKINHi ANU FROM i:l'IUPP. MRECT Till! . , ,
BEST FRENCH WAXED CALFSKINS!
SOOX EXPFXTKD FKOII IIOSTOIV DIRFXT,
CARD MATCHES. KEROSENE,
CHARCOAL IRONS AXES, II ATCllET A.C. Vc.
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Onlers f r piaritntums. Country Stores, or C'lietomcrs ujon other lalaivU, fr all iooJ In our
lin, will lo fillol witli care nnl frornjitD". t4 , A ,
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By DILLINQHAuI i CO.
05 A. OT Ks Kiri, llUU.
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KTE3IHT GOOEDG !
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Hlesrhed and I nMearbed, lant Itueklr
CASTLE & COOKtZ'3.
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C. O. HALL & SON,
Hie.PrwC ltji k Pior. corner Kiir an4 TimI
s, Kmip I Aoles.