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TEE CLIPPER SHIP RAPID !
IIiJiiv Important Sews
o.ui ji nws nioAi wshia(-to:
FORT PICKENS ATTACKED !
Voi To I U IVsivy Vsu-cl :inl
Fieri Dvst roj ctl !
I.IO, :) Troop: Tlnslerin;; at
Riots at Baltimore & Philad elphia
i::no ixsrir i:r.cTios
The I'ani-h. r;;pi-r -hip jt-ipid, dipt. Molier,
arriv I i. n s'undiy iiftTrio,n, Cl'lt'i,) 13 i..yt frotn
Han r'ran,o--o. brinin-; th New York mail of April
Hfli. Tii- U I is en route for Hor cltonjr, ari l will
eiil tiiitinT in ;t day or two.
Am. .us the r?J"-i2"r ly the Ii ipi l, ia Ir. Baxley,
1. :-. !"r.-.:i.il .,rn tn-r reUtise V the II. pit.il
Th- lew revive I from the Sout'i i of the lii;;lieit
import in.;--, an I warlike. Actual hostil.tle-j had
aa l.-rf.ilt li :ia t-.-n lrrr-1 all hit stimer-) to the U.
5. vernniTif . rrvl it wnuT-l not I. Murpr'.V.n,- if the
Calif .rnia. ru i!a vi. I'ltn.-irn were cut off. If m, our
I ti -. i jr la i.l-t wi;i share the same fit;.
Thr,. :1! ,:t the !. all parties were unite 1 in
flor. t. ! :i-1 ri the I". S. "'..sernrricnt and put down
th" rebellion, and New Y.r State Inm voted t eiiu'p
JJim 'r' tr-,. j-, .,r -a- ice, and lYnrsylvani a, will
l'i!;' a lik- rujrnhrr, if called fi.r. The -leU-i-minn-t.va
is nn i;ii.noin in t!i ",rtl tj aM the General
G'jKrumrnt in rttrvkin h. Mirijj po-atuion of the
IT. pr.ipcrtj tiirut;iiiiit the Uniou .Juittli anl
Jort! uii 1 i' col'rtlnj the roveri'iiM nt every South
ern p..rt. Th- unierjil sctiittuent at the North U
the Gt-acr kl (! vcrutient inut an 1 shall Le uiuia
U.in.'T, nt ill hizinid.
Owiuj t-. the ramora of pr:te?rs linj fitte.1 out.
the insurance vn spcie from Sin Francisco to New
York has ris?a to tea jmr eo.nt. anJ shipments have
in c.n.'juencc alnio-t cex-tel.
We are u ruler special ohll)ations to WalJo P.
M-ijnar.!. paTenjrer ty the Rapid, fur latest
HEWS BY PONY EXPRESS !
Our hut previous aiivioes were to April 13th, giv
ing th? capture ta.f surrcn Jer of F rt Puntter. The
fblluwing is & continuation of the n-l ellion news.
St. Ijlh, April 18.
The War l)ppartmect at W:!:hinstn,oti April 15th,
iwue-J a c-ill to ttie St.ite .verniiittits for troops.
Seventy-five thou-in.l men are required.
The Northern State responded. The Dorder States
refused. There is great ex.'iteuient in the Northern
cities. Coiupanies are furming and olfering their ser
vices to the Governors.
The baWs in New York, Philadelphia, Boston,
IlkUitiiure. Chicag' and other cities o3er the Federal
ti tvernnien: money to support Lincoln's Government
an. I put down rebellion.
Lincoln declares that he will enforce the Iaw9 and
repel tne attacks of the Confederate States, torce by
All the new regiments are required to take an oath
to support the Oovrrnmenl.
The esciteoiert is still a the increase in the North.
Meeting have been he! I in the large t wns. and men
of U parties declare tha: the Goverucicu t thall be
lUiilas reiterates Li f.'ility to the Union, and ex
horts tlie pei.ple to remain true to the country's
The eir-i.ioi'.ts h kve tH.cn driven out of 15 titioiore,
and comfH-l'ied ti h Mf. the S':rs and Stripe-.
In Pu lvleiphia the hive been threatened with
I he New Y.-rk IWral I cSije ha been threatenel.
an 1 cor::pe!!e-l t' rui up in American til,;.
The war -pirit of the Suin is incrensing. '
Jetr. lvidee! res ttt mtvenf-dve time M?ventJ
five t'lous ir.d of Lincoln's .IJitrs can't subdue tne
Mij .r An ler.n lan lei on th? Bitterjr at New
York, and ws reeeive.1 by an iniruen-e crowd. His
carria wn aurrotm led t.y pnplc. aud followed to
his hou-e, where Au ler..n joined l.y bis wife.
tt.ivernor Letcher .f V , r-plies t. Secretary Cam
eron's .lemind f. r tr..p. r.mhiy, and aays Virginia
will tiit with the S.uth if it all.
Farther Iinafc'ie t'rotu VV3iiiiiT.,n leave no rwtn
t. dou'nc -'kt Virgin: k h is seceded. Convention was
vtid in secret se n n.
Southern ve-e' h been seized in northern port.
Trixs are tili tij-.jr:iig ir.'o Washington an at
tick is np:reheriJ.'d every iiour.
Accounts Iroui New Y. fit. Pennsylvania. M.uw.
chaetfs ari l M iie. s ay that rvicuents are ready
and n the w y o W...iinztou.
The Secessionist were greatly trengthei.el by the
ne fr-.m Viric.uia.
pH,LAl,fLPiiia. White the m.l w s niainf an
attaek in I'M! vleiphi i. yesterday, on a Seee-ion
n"r-r ff-'e, Mayr 'ilmry made the following
F'.Io-,urtrJrn""a ' 7 ,u Jtrace of Almiphtj
G'l. tre!k".n shall never nnse its hea-l or have a foot
holTin l'h:l.le phia. Immense cheering. I Call
up. n yo' as American cm.ens tu stand by your fl ajr,
rl protect it a: nil hizirls at the point of the
Layor.eC. if necessary : bur. in dome so. reai'mber
the rishts "f ' ,r feilow-cifii-ns and their private
properly. Irmn. -n cheer; ni That fl i was an
eajbletu" cf tne ti .vernri -n'. an t I ei!l ;sn all g d
c tuet . who love ti-ir . lio'ry and its tl i. to te-tu'y
tbiir V vaity by ?nf f ;.-ir re-pective places of
ah..de. leaving the con-r. til ed auhorities of the city
the task tf j.n;fe:tir the jeice.ai.d preventing every
act which could be c- iis'.r ie-l into treason to their
jye I xyor then raise-l the t ars and stripe. At
i l ate U-ur last r.i -i.t mobs were ranz.ng the streets,
niating every one show I'niuu colors. Search was
made fr ,he office of the Sjvlhrrn Mtnitor. t
dt-rroy the f-rms and hang the editors. The paper
privite letter from Governor Curtin. to a pro
minent citizen cf New York, states that he can have
' j 1 ivnnsylvanlans it. Washington, in forty
eight hours, if re.iu:ted.
In New Orleans, active prepart;ons are making for
the defence of the ciry. The Council has appropri
ated $-2'fh( tnc purpose- Everything in the
way of "militury matters is making rapid progress.
lii-patches from New York repreeeui the war-feeling
as tuoot intei.se. Lwt week rnob went down
Wall street to the J.urixil of C:-nmvrce oih re to
.nforse mob law, or have the American tl ig hung
4at The Express and My Book were compelle.1.
un ier the same terms, to hang out the flag. The
1u.rn.ll of Conui'.rre save I nieir uuii'iing i jr
l4nlay;r. the American X iz. It is reported that .
T Stewart has offerei ? 1 ,.H.0 K) to the Governmen
' later account savs that the N. Y. .V.i.
11 is rcponeoi iu.il .1.
piitottttl.e Aruericin n5- .m -i ...ev..o-..
f. r the New York Hotel, the he l-quarters of suth-
T . t .1 . 1 . - 1
visitors- Tbe IJj'J Hok hiving drawn in their
rr.all crowd is about their tCice. which is
e.trded by the police. The American Hag m not
Listed at the New York H. tel. D.sturbances are
St. Loris, April 19.
The BvLri.woKF. KioT Three thousand troops from
e N .rth wereexpectel in lli'tirriore this morning.
bat at l ) o'clock none rial arrive 1. Later accounts
stv tliere was a ferrit '.e -er.e ..n 1'ratt street t.j-day.
The railroad tra:k was taken up. and tro. ps atfemt t
e I to march thrnnh. Tuey were ntt icke I by a mob
with bricks and Mont', and were tired upon. The
fire was returne 1. Two of the Seventh Regiment of
Massachu-etts tr..ps were killed, and sevei;il w.unJ- '.
el. The fight is still going on.
A second dispatch s ivs, there is intense cxciteaiCnt.
The toIJIers are fcrcing their way through. They
fired on the m b, killing ten.
A third di .'patch s- iys, it is imp. esible to eay wliat
r"(rtion of the troops have leen nttacked. They lx.re
a white tl ig as they marc he 1 up Pratt slieet, nud
! were gre.;te-I vi.tii mwhi-m ot i iving -tones. 1 he
I M iv.r of tiie -'uy ei,t -ihe i l of t:ie:n w'lh lio- p. l!..e.
! An immense ciow I iii.s;ked up toe streets. Tlie Sol-
dier fi..a'.ly tuinel nii.i lire J on the in.n. Several of
the wounded have just pme ;il the streets in carts.
' The litest di-pat ;ti says : At the Wa-'.irgti-:i d-fot .
j an immense crowd '-nil.'.. i Th" ri'.-'ers a't.icked
tne soldiers, who f.:d in tiie mob. Several wete1
At Washington, the Clerks of the State I'ebartiuci.t
; h-ive bts n formed into a guirl I r the protection f
! tb it building. 1 hose of tne Treasury have received
' orders immediately to repair to the 1 parttiient on the
first invasion of the eiiy. The Clerks of the ether
Departments are eiirecte 1 to b-- .-.uiilariy watchful. j
I The iate-t fiotu .Noiioik, leeeived at the N ivy Le- ,
j part:iu-nt. is that when Curt. Pen l.-rgr.ist n.-cei tahi'-1
j thit tiie channel was obstructed, i,e pi ice 1 his ship
broadsiJe to Norfolk anl Poit-tnoutii, ani demanded ,
' that the obstruction- be removtl, else he would level !
' both place-; arid it is ai led that the citizens om-'
j iiel w th the demand,
j Gov. Letcher's replv to Secretary Caiuer. n, cili'iig
f.r the quota of tro. p.-. e..i.c!u it i : Your ol j-ct is
to mtjuiate tne Sonrjicrn states, etc.: four reo n-i-
j t.oti made upon me f.r such an object, in my j'ilg
i iiient. is not within the powers of the Coii-litution or ;
i the act of 17'.'"', and i.I not i e coinioied with. You !
i have chosen to inaugurate civ II war, and having done
! so we will meet it in a spirit us determined as tbe '
i Administration has exhibited to tiie South."
Washington d'.sp itches to the I Ural I say that
M'i,m. Paul ling i- poits tn.it the ves-els sunk below
j Norfolk are tim-e bri.t boar-, and can be easily re
! moved; that the G..-port Navy Yard is pretectal by ;
the guns of the ves- is ii (,re 1 oil the yar I, and those !
I in command are fully prepared for tiny emergency,
j and if any attempt is made by Virgioians to take the ;
; yard tii'-y will b- blown to n'oius.
i Tiie New York Ciry f foVeri.ment have voted reo-
! lutions to su.-t tin the I'.- b rai G .vernrnent ; also, to j
p iy the salaries f nil per-ns in liie employ ,f the!
city who volurifts.-r; an 1 tendering tne Governor's
room to Major Anderson, an 1 reque-ting l.im to s.t
j f.r his portrait. They adj-.urned, singing the "Mar
Spang't l Banner."
! Ki v rt'CKY. Theie was an iinmen-e l.'nion meeting
J hist night. Speeches wre male by Guthrie, Nicho-
las, Bu'.loo-k and Brown. lb solutions were utrinim- .
ously adopted, deci ir:ng that as the Coiif" derated
Stages commenced the war with the Fe lerai Govern- '
! ineut, Kentucky has a right to cho.-e her own js.-i- '
j tioli, and acknowledges her loyalty until tlie Federal '
Government becomes the sirgie--nr; opposes the call 1
! of liie Government for volunietrs f.r c.K.rci.jii mid the .
' raising i f troops here to c operate with the Southern
: Confe leracv. when t:o- a.-'kiiowledel intention of the
latter is t loartii on Washington ; that seees-ion is a .
remedy for i.oevd; tnat Kentucky will not i 'ke part ,
against the Federal Government; lhat Kentucky ,
bhould maintain mi in ! s ndent position with the
Lnioii against the A liiiioi-trati.-ii and the secede-! :
States; declaring ber -oil sacred ag-ilust the hostile '
j tread of either, and that Kentucky be tinned in ac
i cord once to i . ,
St. L.t is, April
The Bi.tivio!:i: Tio.T. List n'sht's dispatches
from Bi'.tuie re reoi .s,..-it ti.e c.'y to ! e in the great
est excitement. M.ii-;;-ii 1 nv has been pri claiine I. 1
Tbe military were rusning to their armories. Civil '
war had commence 1. 1 i.e riilr. al tiack was torn i
up outside the city. As tee triops pi.s.sj ahng
Pratt ftreet, a pvif'ect siiow-r tf paving stones rain- j
el on their lie ads. The- e-:is iel: for Washington, I
and were sti fted as they left. It is sai 1 that twelve .
lives were lost, and i-evcr.il persons mortally wound-
eJ. The stores were clo-e'd. tu-ini's.s suspended, and
a general state of dread prevailed. Parlies rushed
to the teirgraph ouice and cut the wires, but not j
much tl linage was ilone. i
A special Washington dispat'th states that the i
Massachusetts Regiment had ;it rivtsl , and repotted.
three members kilied. The Sth Massaclm etts I.e
giment arrived in Philadelphia l ist nicht.
A private dispatch , received at New York, from
Baltimore, says the position of our loyal citizens is
becoming very critical. We hope that the North
will stand by us, and in the forced passage of her
troops to the Capital, wilt remeaiber that there are
many true men here. Our Police force and many
military companies are openly against the Govern- j
The Seventh Regiment of New York city, left for
Washington, by railroad, yesterday afternoon.
Broadway was thronged with people as they passed j
uowu, and tbe famous regiment was lustny cheered,
and showered with bonnets. They took their how
itzers, and each man had a brace ot revolvers, in
addition to his musket.
Major Amiersou was overwhelmed with congratu
lations. Among his visitors were hundreds of school :
Tin? pei lenient nt the reermnior stations 1 un
precedented. The First New York regiment is com- j
pleted to 1,0K) men. arid orders are expected to-day !
to muster th. on into the tinted States service. At
the Corn Fxchauze, --!,"'( were subscribed to
equip volunteers of the Second Regiment.
A dispatch to the Tribune says it is informed by
a merchant captain direct from Peusacola, that
Fort Pickens now contain S'M men, with "even
vessels laying otit-ide. A large number of Southern
troops arrived on Saturd ly.
At Pittsburg the Americin ensign was elisplaved
from the Catholic Cathedral id St. Paul's Church j
yester J ay. This i one of the 1 ire-t church eli-
rice in the United States. !
The Irish citizens are rapidly vobiiite-rin. A ;
d spatch fiotu Pitt-burg last night, say 1,7'Nl Vol-j
untecrs fiotn Ohio arrived this evening, en route for :
Washington. Gov. Ienii!s..ri telegraphed them to j
remain until further orders, in consequence of a j
rumored attack on Cincinnati. The war feeling here
continues to increise inteiis-ly. New companies are j
being formel. Party f.s-ling is entirely soiuk in the '
great cause of the Lmn.
It is ascertained that no measures are in propress
for disc ntinuing anv of tlie Southern mails; on
the Contrary, the contractors have recently arrange 1
fjr the f ic;Iitaiin of the tr in-i.! tation. The Post-t
master General has do-crctioti to suspend them only '.
in case of obstruction.
At Boston, O.Ile t r Beich has orders from Sec.
retary Cnase not to grant clearances to any vessels ,
for any port south of M iryi m 1. j
Governor Andrews o: vj ic'nu-efts, has s. r.t the j
following d.sp-itch to the ?! i.or of Biltimore : ',
"I pray y.u t cau-e the !. I.es .f mir Miv
chusetfs s, I 1.,-rs wiio die 1 in L a't.e to be im::ie li ite- j
ly lai 1 iit, .re-.-rve 1 in i-.-. and tenderly '-nt I. r- I
ward, ty express, tn me. Ad exrm-es wdl Le piil
I j this cmmoliwe alth. ,
.IilN A. Avi'ltn, G v'rof Mi." I
Boston is ;:reitiy er.cit- 1 by the n tw-; from I'.ilti- ,
more, an 1 the attack .ri her s. 1 per-. I
In at,-wer tloverto r At; 'r. ws's disp a'fh. May
or Brown, of Biltiiuore, repli : "ing C 1:1
niniiications Ise'uig st.'l'pe 1 Is't we-n Iwre and I'hila-,
detphi i. I c mte t -il l tin- b. p. s ef ti.e men kilhsl j
in the riot here, nut -h-ill i-ml i :n an ! keen tlieni
subV.tt to y .'ir or 1- r. 1 an 1 the Governor regret
the a'Ja;r .as much as ai y .tie. fl'ir j is pie viewed i
it as an inva-i-.n. Inc a itio riti.s exerted th-'ia-selves
to the utmot to prevent it, but it was :rn-pos-iMe.
When will the-e s.-.-nes c. i-e? Are we
to have a war of efi P ilti-n -re claiTi the
rigiic to p iy al! rxp-r.- s "
ti ir. An Irew's repiie i that !. was overwhelmed,
with surpri-e th it jviceful American ci:. !;-, i n .
t:ircii oier the htghwiy, to d''en I the common coun
try, ! deemed ngre-sors to B .'.tiro. .r.-ans. i
lhe ret'Tt of fie att ick on the Massachusetts!
re'-.ruenf, at Biltlin..re, i.cca.-i ne 1 mu.tn excite u.-n:
nmonir ttie tro. ps of Camp t'urtiu. They swear ter
r ble vengeance ; 3, ,;) tro ps are there.
St. I., i t-, April -22
The late-t nl vices fr. ni R.a'tiniore nre to the etfect ;
that c.:cip ir alive pi.et hid been r. -t red. i
Seven! ralroal brilg. leading intj the city hal :
tsen I. ftTi-1 by the nu b to prevent liers from
passing ever Cem.
The r.u-i:ts"r ki.-d in t!ie riot rd Frid iy. Wis 11
B iltimcreans an U M.is-achu-etts soldiers; wounded, ;
4 citizens and S s.ld'.er. '
In reply to the request i f Gov. Hicks, the President j
savs that dj more troops will le brought through ;
I Biltiniore, provided that they are allowed to pass
aroun I the city w;;hout luoh st ition. j
On satar lay, the I irgest L'nion meetingever known !
in this coun'ry was he! i in New York. Busine-s was i
entiri.-!y s;i-p'ri.b d, and the whole city turned out j
Speeches were to a b by Robt. .1. Walker. Fertiandj
W'tod, J !:n A. Iix, Senator Biker, V.'a-!:ii.t;-;
Hunt, John C. chr i:;e and matiy other-. New oi k i
is a unit tor the l'nion. i
At Wilmington, Uelaw are, on Saturday, the City j
Council appropriated SS.'fHl to lof ri I the city, and
pas-ed a rr-oiuti-.n at-proving the President's pro
clamation; al- , a-kir.g the Governor to i-stio a pro
clamation t' r r!: same purp. -c.
Th- Branlywine I ridges, ar-.d all on the r i 1 be
tween the su-queh lima and Pird i ielphia areguardel
by armed men.
Workmen hive beti sent to rej air the bri-Ig-s,
which were d'-tr .ye-d n the N- rthern Central ro id.
The W'ak Fkh is; Aw.ii Ni.w Ykk I't Moi Kais
A L'mtkd N-ir.TH. If there is any one tiling more
unn.'s:.ik aolc ih iti another in this crisi-, i: is that
the North Is unite I. 1 nut J.is. S. Gnhani. f rmer
ly cf Sin Frineis.-. , in the streets to-day. He has
j 1st return. ! fr -m St. L, ui-. and - ii I that the peo
ple d;wii South are unite 1. Well, the North is united
al-... and if .t :s tiie large-: pole that knocks the ts r-
j Simmons, tn.s cr ntcfct w.i! be a i hort one. (n .
xvm m rimwiiimu n.n-i,,r.-jr.iw i-rw -t-. iM-stsse-ji
1'KlviTKf tiiN.:. The :1lt t say Adv .ees by p. ny
and telegraph were ye-terd ay re-eived by u.e nier
cantii" firms in San Franci-co. In in their correspond,
ents in New York, to the elect that although n extr i
insurmce was required on treisure shirnients which
left here April l.-t an l 11th, the rate den m led n
the sh'fcnents 'f the 21st ir.st., was five per cent.,
and subsequently it Was d.-tet iit.. 1 by the itiMiratice
office- in New- York to it.c r no risks of an extraordi
nary eh ira.-t r en f.iturc shipments, v.hiie the pres.
etit w ir prospects continue threaten. ng The cures
pol ients referred t... advise a -i - j en-ion if ship.
n.ent- for the present, iLciuJicg 1st proximo. 1 hey
further intimate great fears exi-tinj: ttrit privateers 1
wil l! 1 quickly be out upon the ocean, seeking f. r
vessels bound to Northern ports, in which, of course,
wo j.'. 1 1.' include 1 the 1'iliforni a steaiueis.
P W'.t I. I'L Vks r.F Till: leiVIl I:!.!KNT r F'!l r SfM- 1
Ti- K. livery a Mitional item ..f inform ition from1
t'hiri-sf. n g. es to c nCrm the opini- n that M a j r
Anbi -ou was ! brave and h.3 a! . -e: . The st,,rv
that the f.-rt was iti.pregn ibl- was a fiction. The
officer- .pi.artets an i - 'do rs' barrack, which f riu
a large cluster ' I'uilditijs insle the w tils if tiie
fort, were burning wi'h such fury when tte fort was
-urien dered. that the garri. 11 were aitnost u:l-..cated,
and Maj-.r Anderson receive 1 the fli --r w ho visiie l
him in one of the casemates. The Major .111 loW r
hisfligtu haif-ma-t, as a s:gti il of ulstres to the
fiict, by way r.f informing them that he could lo t
hold .ut un!e-s relieved immediately. The fleet never
fired a gun, ati I made no d motistratioii whatever.!
The beat ol the burning build: ngs w it hill t he fort Was
so iiit.-n-e tnat piles of she!!., prepared for Use upon
the be-ie.-rs, were exploded, :tn I powder had to le
thrown int.. the sea to prevent an explosion. There
wus aiso d iner of tiie explo-ioii of the mines that the
Major h id pr. pared f r blowing ut the fort. After
the f .rt was surreii l.-rel, the Car. l.nians were t.-ld t
beware of the landing, which had been mined for
their reception. There wie only two days' provis
ions in the fort. L tider all the circumstances, it was ,
clearly the Major's duty to surrender us it was to
fiubt in the first place. An I. alter ail, the surren
der wa- i.t l unconditional. Ti e Major accepted the
terms i,f evacuating the f.rt, which had h.en orb-rod ;
bim before the bombardment. The statement of Capt.
l'ou't.I1 iy (which his been telegraphed) is very in- j
tere-ting, and shows how utterly unable M ij or An
derson was to hold out. Sumter had never Icon rein
force I since the day Audersou remove i from Moultrie.
Sr. Loris, April '22, A M. Tiie President iued a 1
Pr" l imatioti on the lSth, stating that there is in- i
siirrection agiinst the Government in sever il of the
state, and that the laws for the collection of levenue
cannot be executed conformably to the Constitution,
which requires that duties throughout the country
sha'l be uniform. ,
The-e States had further threatened to srr.mt pre- i
tended letters of marque therefore the President
deemed it desirable to set 011 f' ot a blockade of com
petent f rce, which will be posted so as to prevent
the entrance or exit of vessels from the ports of the
seceded Stales. j
Tiie war feeling in Cana la is aroused. Six bun-
dred men from Quebec and Montreal are coming to ;
Boston to euiist in the L" S service. j
Lieut. Jon.--, commandant at II irper's Fei ry, J
hearing that l.VH) Virgin! 1 troops were inarching j
anninst him set tiie to the ar-etial building and hii'-n- ;
el it ail 110. j
Gov. liioks inform the laesident that no more j
lr s can pass through M iryland to Wa-hliige'.i, j
only for the defence of the t'apital. ',
Philadelphia dispatches state tint the President
will call for additional troops from the Northern !
Sla'es to make up the deficiency cau-ed by the le- :
lu-il to furnish the quota by the border State-.
A party of armed workmen Uft Biltiiieuc to-day,
to repair the biidges of the Biltiniore Riiaoad. It is j
reported that there has l.cca tioubie, and that the
former President of the ro 1 1 had be. n sin t by a man
who attempted to defend the property of the load. j
It is reported that Ball imoreans have demanded
the surrender of Fort Mcllenry, and threatened to
attack it. The commander replied that he would be '
Compelled to defend it, and would tire on the city. j
I 'iti v itfkrs AkixiaTo A private despatch just re- j
reived says : Letters of "iiar.pic have been issued 1
by I'.ivis. Insurance going up." '
The Pacific Mail Steamship Company have snrpli
el their vessels with cannon, musket cutlasses and
ammunition, to secure prottctioti to their passengers j
The ll'athiiiton Star of Friday say-i that an at- ;
tack on Washington, with such means as the assail- j
ants can have, would be simply a sure sacrifice of,
The citizens were greatly excited at the news and ;
declared that they will staid by the Stars and Stripes, t
Sr. Loris, April '2. j
Morris Lowery, special messenger from Washing- i
ton. say he witnessed the scenes after the fight at ;
Baltimore, und that histoy will record that, although
a hundred Massachusetts troop were assailed with
missiles, and arms wrestel from them, they did not !
fire until commanded by tbe Mayor of Baltimore. J
Advices from Washington state that the Govern- ;
merit had planted Cannon on all points overlooking
the city. There are about 10,000 men under arm. '
Win. B. Aster ha offeied to give the Government i
S l.OOOKMi. and loan it SlO.OOi ,000.
Senator Wilson, ot M assichu'Ctts, and J. Sherman,
of Ohio, have enlisted as a privates in the volunteers. ,
Senator Baker, of Oregm, has been chosen Colonel '
of a regiment of Califoruiins. They raised S2'),00O
for their equipment.
The Massachusetts regirieDt reached Annapolis on
Sunday, and found the Uiited States ship I'oimtitu-
lion occupied by Secessi mists and engaged in con
verting her into a bat ley. The Secessit nists were
driven out of the ship.
There is a negro insurrection in Anne Arundel
county, Maryland. Gen. Butler of Massachusetts
had otlered his forces to sudue it.
All the Northern Sta'rs lave rc-p-imb-d to the call
of the President to furniih troops, and will furnish
double the quantity wautel. All the Northern banks
make loans to tlie Governuent to carry on the war.;
V.iu lerbilt will loan the Givernment, free of charge, ,
hi fleet of steamers.
Southern news is riifficui to obtain, tin; mean of
communication being cut otf. There was an attack
on Fort Pickens on the 17th. It said .'.fjU'f men
were killed on the side of the SecessU nists but the
report is not reliable. !
President Lincoln inforn the authorities of Haiti,
more if the course of tli- troops be obstructed any
m-.re he will order the ! .Idlers to tight their way
Senator I'oiig'as spoke ii Columbus, Ohio, on the
'2-M, au 1 Sprinclie! !, Liiinis. on the l-'oMi. He took
s'r.oig grotin Is in f:vr i f the Administration, and
rays that the authority of the Government m't't
r.itii-ttitfiel at all hazards.
It is reportel that an army of lo't,'''' can be
raise. 1 in the South. Smtiern men are st'.l! e..riti
deiit they c 1:1 maintain till Givernment t tiie Con- 1
federate states, and they siv tiny cm take Washing- 1
t'.n, and will do It. l'hiv keen tlie-ir own secrets;
l.ut little is ktiow 11 in the Soitli of what Jc'.I. livis
iriteri I d -ing. He siys h will let tiiem know when ;
be gets ready. '
It is siid that th? I. S. ship (Vn.'if'.'.'i-.'; was to
sa;I to the mouth of the !- ip..,j 1,1 bio;kide I'.titi
d ue State authorities of New York have dec: b .J to
mu-ter into imnie liate sen ii-e the whole if oiH'.nii
volunteer, as authorized y the Legislature.
The l'..mniori Counc.l f New York have voted
ii'Mi im. to arm and eqiip leglu eiits. and ?'',
t Mf for fimilie of volurite rs.
Fears of an exten le 1 iprising among the negroes
existed in St. M iry's citify: at: I tiie r.. ids were
Coti-tmtly j an b- 1 l y m.ni.'e l n.. 11.
A I irc meeting w as hed in "..irk'.urg. V.i.. n
M li i iy. lb s i I'i. n- w e a I ' I -. .1 . , y censur
ing trie course being pur led by Govu ieT Le'cher,
and t tie II istei 11 Vii gi.iiau-. Ilieveti !' jates were
app ..ftfe i to meet d -legies f'-. m ill N .rtii-w. stern
c "Unl.es in Wh'-eliog, or. M iy lCth. to deb tte w hat
p. .in-., should be t.iufii 11 the present etnergimy.
1 lie f icilititie f.r obt iiti-ig w ire very tne-igre.
but report thus far r.-cetvl spot I: eric o-iraisigly if
the l':ii. n s' titiment 111 Wstern irg iiia.
Senator iMiglas spokeat l:i-ii iti ipolis fr -ta tiie
balcony of his hotel, to ai immense an ben . ;:; ih"
streets, in tiie mi l-t i f a leavy sli-.wer : rain. He
-aid : Our Country is in emger, .'ur capital besieged
and piracy invite ! to prevupoti our c unmcree. liie
Northwc-t cm never ronnt t have thetr access to
tbe eeea.i in any direction cut . :f bv the States. It
is the duty of our citiz.n, Iicno . rats as well as Re
public ms. to rise up a:i 1 lusheatii the swor i i:i de
fense ot our constitutional ig'its, an i never sheath it
until they are secured. le won! 1 not infringe n
the rights of the South le h-oi ever defended them.
It is no time 10 enter into: discussion of its cause;
but we shf'Uli nascrt our rghts first, and discuss the
CiUreS vf our troubles aft. rwards. He called Ufx.u
his countrymen t. rise a-one mail t do battle fr
tiu-ir contiiutioiial and italienab!.. rights.
1 hroiighoiit Vermont rgiment are being raised
and money given freely tosuppnrt tiie Government.
Cit es and towns are in a tl i7e of excitement.
At Briig. pi it. Conn., SJ. '( was subscril-d to
equip the tiiree companies ,,r gauizing for tlie t'on
necti -nt regiment, an i jO.iiDi.i ft r the supptrtif
the f imilii's of t e soldicrswhu volunteer.
At A'bany. Y.. the banks of the city have
ten iered 5 o"..U( t for war iur- se-
At t'oticrd, N. H., t!it uiormrnr, es Pre' lent
Pierce ma le a speech, coijjring people to uphold
ttie rl ig. an 1 be true t thnr c .untry.
in Boston over '12.,'0 ha been raised fir
Hctcher Webster's leg'imnt. They will be rea iy
to march in a f.-w day
Lieut. Brown, who te-igi,.,! from the Niagara, has
l-en arrest d for uttering e.it:ous language, an 1
Confine 1 in the receiving siq, 1 i,j,,.
Officers of the I . s st-iin fi ite N lagan have
C. S st-an fiijrite Ni lgai
rcsigi.ci. The oath if aiegin.ee to the United
States w adnnnisfere ! itiew to the officers and
crew of the Ni ig.ira, and all but f cir sulscribvl to
it. Tui'.r trims will be striken from tiie roll.
A full cot p of l'l . irig Artillery enlisted in Bos
ton in two ji. urs yester i iy, nn bu- the Hon. M -m-s
G. C. li'o. I'hey are a new set of n.eu, and wii! be
furnishe I w.th nlle l citinoti an ! ail other equip
ments Rauivts fro in tin authentic source have reached
Braz m that the Mexicans are getting up another
guerilla w.ita-fiie against the citizens on tiie R;o
Gran le about Brownsville. The town of Rome ha
been p;l; ig.-1 and burnt, and many ftmil es have
been mnr lend. Tne nuini-er of I'eder il troops left
i:i Texas is alx.ut 1,00. They are abuti lantly sup
plied with provisions an I means of trausportat iui.
The number in tiie vicinitv of ludiaiiola is atiout
St. Lot is. April VSth.
Gen. Scott said on the iV.th t fiat Washington was
s if.-. 13,"' M t rooj.s are now there, au 1 8,'xlil more
It is -ad that ij,' troops are in Rich nr. nd, Va ,
rea !y f..r sen ice.
A street battel y is being e reeled in Yorktown. and
another three miles above Richmond.
4,('J0 troops were at li 11 pier's Ferry, and o,o(")
more at Norfolk, on the UOtb.
The Biitiuu.re Sun HiJicates that the conserva
tive f.s liug is g lining groun 1 in Baltimore.
Ti iegraphic con. lunn. cation l-etweeu Washington
and Btiiiiiioro is resumed.
Troops p iss )ljW between Ann ipolis and Washing
ton without interruption. There arc road guards
all the way.
It was reported in H irrisburg. Pa. , on tiie 120 th,
that ex President Buchanan has d'sposed of ins
farm and fled to Canal.i for fear of the mob. He
bad been Inn atone 1.
Governor Barton, cf Delaware, has called out
troops to defend the Union.
liie people are fleeing from Virginia into the Free
The troops which left Kentucky f.r tbe Southern
Confederacy, wetit ag linst the wishes ot the Gov
ernor. It is said there is a strong Union feeling iti Fred
eri.'ktown. Washington and Alleghany counties
(Md.,) declare lhat they will rebel against the
State if the State secedes.
Governor Letcher, of Va., ha issued a proclama
tion prohibiting the exportation of flour in Northern
Negroes in Maryland are rising and burning tiie
houses of their masters ; also in Louisiana.
There is great oppression of Union men in North
Senator Itoiigl.as made a great Union speech in
SpringheM on the Ulth. He advocated active mil
itary operations to crush out rebellion.
Gentlemen who left New Orleans on Friday the
I'Oth say the whole country between Jacks.iii, Mis-sis-;ppi,
and New Orleans is in arms. At every
station along the r.a I companies were seen drilling.
They appeared to be destitute of arms, using old
muskets, -iioi guns and rilles.
Twenty-one hundred stand of arms were taken
from the St. Louis arsenal on the nilit of the lltlth,
and sent to Springri-ld. HI.
A gentleman ju t returned from a business t"ur
through Alabama and Mississippi, having left Mobile
on Tues.iay last, reports that hundreds of men who
bud g..ne to Peii-acola to take Fort Pickens, were
returning home daily, disgusted. He is satisfied that
it is impossible for tiie Confederate S.ates to capture
the t. rt'.
Ling- numbers of troops at Peusacola were sick
and dying in hospitals from tlie effects of fatigue,
exposure an ! hunger.
Our informant reports that the people in Alabama
and Mi-sissippi :ne almost crazy with excitement.
Tiie m..i spmt was 1 imp. .nt everywhere, and was
rendere 1 ! illy 11101 e desperate in some localities by
threatened famine and starvation.
Dispatches from Philadelphia, dated "7th, say
there is no doubt ais.ut the reaction in B.iltimoie ;
fhat a bold movement by the Government will receive
earnest Liippoi t among the Liiioii men, if properly
Gen. Scott, in answer to a statement of Gen. Harper,
that Virginia will never surfer an attack from tier
soil on the t'apital, said he Would be happy to have
il confirmed, but would 110 advise the Government
to desert its present course providing for its safety.
The Virginia Ordinance i f Secession, just publish
ed, i received, accompanied by a schedule appoint
ing the fourth Tuesday in May, for the ratification of
the s,ime by tlie people, also providing for an election
of Congressmen require I by the law, on the same day.
The rdiiiance declares the Constitution of the United
States no longer binding on the citizens of Virginia
Tiie Ordinance is to take c fleet when ratified by a
majority of votes,
It is said that John A. Dix will be appointed
Major General of the New York forces.
The lUral I correspondent lias high authority that
Governor Letcher notified Mr. Lincoln that no Vir
ginia troops will be permitted to march against
Washington. The purpose is to defend tiie soil of
Virginia from aggression by tiie North. He further
says he will not permit the Confederate troops to
It is said Jeff. Davis ordered the troops to start on
the 26th from Montgomery to Lynchburg, Va.
There is disappointment among the Secessionists in
consequence of the reinforcement of Fort Pickeus.
President Lincoln has issued a proclamation order
ing a blockade of the ports of Virginia, North Caro
lina, and other Southern States.
The Tribune' Washington dispatch says : The
policy of the Administration is war, and tlie Cabinet
is a unit on tiie policy. Tiie navy yard at Norfolk
is to be re-taken and' re-built. The people of west
ern Virginia are strongly for the Union, and want
arms to defend themselves. They won't submit to
be taxi-d under a Southern Confederacy.
22!,GG0 Soldiers under Arms !
In the Attn of May lo. we lind the fallowing,
which throws some light on the war movements,
not contained in tiie news given elsewhere :
Tiik News. Peace may not be ns far distant as
soine suppose. The formidable militaiy prepara
tions of the Government must have aroused the Se
cessionists to the dangers of the path upon which
they have entered. Our dispatch is n t very clear
as to the number of the new levy. In his first
proclamation Mr. Lincoln calls for 7",000 men. The
Border States refused to furnish their quota, and
that reluced tiie actual number to about t',0UO.
Of these, at last dates, about 'J'J.'M'O were on duty
IS.'miI at Washington and I.OnO at Cairo, though
an t her dispatch says l',''. There is no doubt
but tint at Hie present time the whole of the first
levy has been organiz' d.
If i now reporte that Mr. Lincoln h i called for
So. "oil in ,re volunteers, to serve for three years,
4 . recruits f. r tiie legular army and j",0lX
sai r for the full term of enlistment. '1 hi will
give us. inclu bug the present force of regulars,
about UJoVXf ) men under arms, as follows :
. . ab...it
.' vv . ,
A. 1. 1. ti .n il t ke.-iilir Army
1'r. sen" K'TO'
e.v l.vvv. . .
From the terms upon which it is now propose 1 to
enlist tins vast urmy, it is very maui.'ist that we are
i:rf going to have any chil l's play, and that Mr. 1
Lincoln i determined to maintain tiie integrity of ;
the 11 iti. 11 with all the power at; 1 resources at his
C'cnni an 1.
There tiny be some mistake about the 40,0" h re
cruits f r tii" regular army. It is possible that th
consent of Congress would be nece-ary for so great
an ad Ition to the st an ling army of tlie c.untry. j
In the details 1 f the news which we expect to re
ceive to-night the wh le matter will be chare ! up.
Hemmed in by the hh.cka b', Jeff. Davis will have
to marie some demonstration Northwards. We have,
by this Pony a rumor that lo,0"0 Southern ttoops
were marching in the direction of Virginia, but we
do tn t know whether any reliance is to be placed on j
it or not. The wires d..wn South are all iu the
ban is of the Secessionists, and all their movements ,
are. therefore, veiled in Secrecy.
W-tri tli,. exception of these military prepratiors
then- is tr thing very important in the new. We
ought to note, perhaps, the very evident cooling ;
down of tiie secession fever in the Border States, j
Governor Letcher now says that no troops from the
Often States shall pass through Virz'.nia for the ;
purpose ..f attacking Washington, and Gov. Jackson, '
of Missouri, heretofore a red lo t anl rampant Se- t
ce-seiiis-t. is oj posed to his State going out of the!
Uni. il just now. j
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Tkbs oi t1,.- V.iu..:;u :nl- y lYrnetery
HlU.lUlf. Ib-tel stre-!. his been
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him. I'v r 1. r ef t...ir.f
Se. r.-iary .
fpt'.IX. AltlUT TO I.KAVK Tills Kl('
3 1 Ta Ier short -,- rioii. I have at -pou.te.I W. A. AiJncti,
to net f..r :a- . i a ui"i!.t. r of th- H l -lulu ur Mill Cc. and
Joshua fi.-ksn, to net a A cent for my t.-:ieral business,
we, si..-ci:!-..t i-.w-rs bv .ow.-r ! H.t .rnev.
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CHILDREN'S TOY BOOKS
OK VAUIOIS M.K.S.
K.e, :r. .i an I It h- I j ti'.s.m, II M. W H i TN bV
htrni.i of Mm Y-. j
The following new was published in San Francisco
morning that tiie liipii sailed, and was re
in Honolulu in ttcvitty-tfiitr i.rtv from St
Sr Ix.llS, May .5, lst;i.
The President issued a proclamation April !.".,
ca!:iug out S2.0i additional tns.ps volunteers f r
three years service -PJ.Olh) regulars for five years
service. I'O.'HO.) seamen for live years service.
IS.Oihi troops were reported to be iu Washington
on th th.
Gen. Scott says tiie city is safe agiins all attacks.
Troops are st',!; arriving.
Gen. Harney was released by the Virginia au
thorities, an 1 sent to Wasliingt. n.
Presi lent Buchanan entertains no i lea i f going to
Farope, or running to Caua 1 1. Ilis nepliew has
enlisted in the Pennsylvania Regiment.
The U. S. Armory is to be located at Rock Island,
111.; simil.artutii.it at II irper's F.-rry.
Gov. Cm tin's message to the Pennsylvania Leg
islature. speaks of the promptitude, and great
patriotism i f ihe Stales which have responded to
the President's call ; he says the Government miut
The road through Baltimore must be kept open.
He recommends fifleen t.ew" regiments of Cavalry and
Advices from Annapolis, of tiie "0th April, say ;
tiiat Fort M a l.Soii was occupied by U. S. troops.
B. th Houses of the Maryland Legislature passed '
resolutions affirming the right of the Government to
march troops through Maryland to defend ihe Cap
Correspondence from tlie South represents that
North Carolina will go out of the Uuion by accla-
Tiie Virginians are moving all the machinery :
fioui Harper's Ferry to Richmond, and a gentleman '
that arrived at Washington from Richmond savs
lo.diiil troops are moving to vards Virginia from the
South. He reports that H members of the Virginia
Convention voted against tiie Ordinance of Secess- '
ion. but it is kept secret. !
1 he Chicago Jnirnul correspondent says there is
great destitution and starvation iu Mississippi, and ;
tlie people were fleeing North.
Four thousand troops have been sent to occupy
Cairo, 111., tor fear of an attack by tlie Tennessee
The Union .sentiment is said to prevail in Balti
more The stars and stripes are waving on the pub
lic buildings. !
Reports from Charleston say tlmt there were j
more people killed than at first supposed, at the ;
bombardment of Fort Sampler. Authentic reports
state that b' 10 were killed and wounded. The South
Carolina people swore to keep it secret. It said that
martial law will not be proclaimed at Washington
unless for further cause.
King, Minister to Rome, Schurze, Minister to
Portugal, and Hare, had leave of absence, to com- .
m in i regiments of volunteers.
There is no truth about the armistice.
It is reported Gov. Letcher would issue a message
forbidding tlie passage of S.utiiern troops through ;
Virginia, to attack Washington.
Gov. Black, of Nebraska, ha issued a rail for i
troops in the service ot the U. S. j
Adams, Minister to llngland. Clay to Russia, .
II minion !, to Sweden, left for Europe May 1st, in i
steamer .7.rurr. j
Capt. Oaks, from Texas, reports the troops in tlie :
South in a state of great efficiency. i
Commodore Armstrong has been suspended for j
three years, without pay.
The President declares he will enforce the blockade ,
of nil the Southern ports.
Intelligence has been received that Minister ;
Faulkner has presented the Southern Commissioners
to tlie l'tiipcror of France. Mr. Dallas, Minister to
Fiigl.iinl, refused to do so until he heard froui the :
Government at Washington. j
The Legislature of Missouri met May 2d. Gov.
Jackson sent a message condemning the President's '
war policy, yet declaring the policy of Missouri was .
not to go out of the Union now. He recommends j
arming and getting ready for any emergency. He j
thinks the Border States should preserve an armed
Tlie railroad through Maryland was open for I
travel. There is free coinmuuicntion to Washington. 1
It is reported that four hundred and fifty Federal ;
troops, under Major Sibley, were captured by Col. j
Van Dorn, in Texas. They were pursued in a !
Steamer, and Sibley surrendered.
Messrs. Sweeny i Baugli, of the Merchants Ex-!
change, received a dispatch yesterday, stating that
Gen. Bragg had made an attack on Fort Pickeus,
was repulsed, and that forty of the Secessionists were
killed and several wounded.
Norfolk Navy Yard Dt'.royed !
Thk Destiu'ction- of tub Gospout Navy Yabu
U. S. Pitoi'KKTY Worth &5,'M)0,(lOO Desthoykij. (Jn
Saturday evening, at nine o'clock, the Pawrue ar
rived from Washington with 1200 volunteers and PX)
marines, besides her own crew, and at once the offi
cers and crew of the Pawnee and Cumberland went
to the Navy Yard, and spiked and disabled the guns,
and threw the shot and small arms into the river.
At 10 o'clock, the marines, who had been quartered
in tiie barracks, fired them, and came on board the
Paicnee. This movement was premature, for it was
the intention to fire ail the buildings pimultanenusly.
A party of officers, meantime, were going through the
different buildings and ships, distributing waste and
turpentine, and laying a train so as to blow up the
Dry Dock. They were engaged in this work until 2
o'clock, when the train was fired. At 3 o'clock, the
i'ank'f, to the Captain of which, Charles Germain,
much credit is due, came along, and took the Cum
berland in tow, the Paimee taking the lead. All the
vessels beat to quartets, the guns were manned, and j
everything was in readiness to carry out the threat
of Commodore McAu'.ey, that if a gun was fired from '
either shore lie would level both Portsmouth and ;
Norfolk. At this time the scene was indescribably '
magnificent, all tlie buildings being in a blaze, and
explosions here and there scattering the cinders in
The Government vessels had been scuttled in the ;
afternoon before the Pawtue arrived, to prevent their ,
belli;; seized by the Secessionists who hnd been in arms j
in both Norfolk and Portsmouth under the command !
of General Taliaferro. Their number is estimated at j
some 1,4'U men. The scuttling was done between 111 '
arol '' o'clock, on Saturday. Best this mode of le- i
struetioii should not be complete, however, train9 !
were laid on them and tiie vessels were fired with the j
The following are the names of the vessels which ,
were destroyed : Pt nnsylvariia, 74 gutiship; feteam- !
frigate AUrrimuc, 41 guns; sloop-of-war Herman-
t'tirn, '21 guns; si xi a Plymouth, '22 guns; frigate
Jiiiritu i, 4o guns; frigate Columbia, 41 guns; Ida- '.
ware, 74 gun-ship; Colmn''US, 74 gun-ship; United ;
'.-, in ordinary; brig D 'lphin, 8 guua; and the
Of these the AUrrim-ir, riymonth aril German-
town were rea ly for sea, but tlie Paicnee made her
a) pi irance at the yard too late to save them. The
Al-rri ;i !c, in fact, had had steam on only a lew
hours previously. 1
The I'ti.'iAtY, as we have already said, left the yard
with the Ctiinfit rlau l in tow about 3 o'clock. The ,
fleet proceede 1 down the river until o'clock, when :
it came to anchor within a mile of the point, where
wrecks were known t have been sunk for the purpose
tf obstructing navigation. Boats were sent cut to
take S'.uu lings in orier to ascertain whether some
other passage than the regular channel C-ul 1 not be
found. All efloi ts proved unsuccessful, so the fleet
raised anchor and forced their way iirectiy through
the wrecks, due Cuinberljn I eiught cne of tue
sunken vessels and carriel it along with her and ap
prehensions were at first entertained that she night
be carried on to Seweil's p. int. where it was sup-'
posed that tlie rebels had erected baaeries. Mean
time tiie Keyttortf .V-t-V cattle up fn tn Washington
witti marines, and by her help and that of the 1'ui-Ar-,
the Cumbrian I was towed into deep water and
the wreck was disentangled. She then went up un
der protection of the guns of 1'ert Monroe and came
to anchor. While tbe vessels lay there, four men
who had been employed in the Navy Yard, succeeded
in making their way down the liver, and reported
that they left everything iu t'.atxes, a..d the smoke
and Sarnes could easily be seen from the Cuntbrrland.
Tiie rebels, too, they reported were fearful of attemp
ting to arrest the flames, because they apprehended :
that a train was laid to blow up the buildings. j
PIONEER M ILLS. '
Sun Frnuri-ro, '
Mil I. Clin KS A- Co., Agents at Honolulu,
A It K KK-ll.Altl.V RKIKIVOG HV r.ery
J m packet, fresii s,ii.; ;ies of Klour fr ra '.!.-. 1 Vf celera-t-M
Mills, and off-r the same for sale at the 1 w-st market rates.
The baker tbrnr H particularly rccouara. n b-d to the bakers,
and the sii--r:ine fcur tj the trade in jreneml. while the family
S 'iir fir Iin.ily use. is now acknowledged le be ;he favorite w.-.ti
all the house keepers oil the isla-. is. iMo-tf
Willi HHL.S. Ml'KRIOIt S I.MO-RK
eiv-I ex R. A. Co.'s sh p .Vico.' ir .. s.r.i br !
saie by i24.-ar.i'. H. ilACKFKI.I i Co.
UOJ.OA PL.WTATIOX !
IX (M'AXTITIKS TO SUIT.
rOK ?ALF. HY
ls I! II. II sCKFEI.P 4 CO
rVooi thi .t.-V.j (
i!Y J. 1!. (11,11.
.;i:m:imi, ..ikkcimnmsi: :
Tluus, lux . Jhi,,. u( o o'clock, A. ,M.,
At Sales tiootn, will ...1.1,
A general assortment of MercliMiulie.
KK(ilrLAK ROM and K 11 PACKET, j
I.OKI'NZO .MVKCIIANT, Muster.
:, TIIK I IIKKMi;i:il II A VIM; pur-
-s- con-.-.! ti- ii.i. p-,: ,.( i jjit w si.:, m tl,- jroo.1 eh. I
is 10 is: auijUO n 1 ,
; n I.
eea recently on rlinuir.l au.l j.ut in first-rule or.lrr, I
to ran Hie :uie. I tu.s ii Itn nU I he nl.itr pl.v, !
I ..1 till nil. I won!, I also take tlii ( -r t un ily j
. 1 01 . c tor th.. very bu ral i Htn iinir- luTrtefere 1
11 her, aiiil woul.t res..s-t fully solicit Hie centum- '
;i;:ie. y..r fre.tht or p-.s.il;e, .inoly , thr Caiuain ,
' ' J. !l. tVLK. j
KIIGI LAK IIII.O IVH'KKT!
Wi'.lle.uo IlONUf.l I.l f..r IIII.O r-uUrly every week
I no; 11 l'ass.,-e t , i.r from II. I ,
A. K. CI.AKK.
I .HI llli I !s,
ONLY RKiil' L.K LINK UtiJM TIIK
HUM ( Ii.tS'S SIIII'S
lespat. he.l quarterly froia ('..uiim-reiul Wharf.
Boston, in Iti
.nths of Mnnh.
May or Junr, ;
Kor funle r l
i.rticuliirs h.-c Hiierial a lvertiemeiit In
paper of the uliove iiiunUiii.
r or ir.-iitht or pioi.saire t
aire to, or .trufiii on Honolulu, apply to
UKMtV A. I'l KltOK,
Aau.lwieli 1, ami Parli.-t Olfire,
(J7 O'i.uuuenaal Wharf, Huston.
A UK NTs'.
C l'.Hi.rtn ,v; 0).
Sutton .V 0...
t-'ook .V siiijw,
15 X I 11 15 S S ,
BY TIIK KKUl'LAR IMCKCTs HKTWKKN IIONOLL'LC 1
AND SAN KKAN:i.:CU.
For tlie ppeeify and safe conveyance of Merchan.lise, Cuin, let
ters aii-1 valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNTTKD STATUS. CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Ajreiit at Honolulu sells hills of exchaupMn sums to sut
oa Wells Farst'i .'s O'o., ban Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Furtto 4. Co.' fmnkeil L'. S. (love, iment enveloprs,
which pas- in-e over the California and foasl routes, anu over
tlie Atlantic route from San Francisco to Nw York.
Commissions ami collections promptly ait.'n.l.sl to.
Oct. 1. lsod-tf. A. J. CAKTWKIUHT, Acrrit.
M at low rale.
rack.sl in ro.'k salt warranted,
il.l KUNA COFFKK
(il'NXY llA'i.s Iu ipiuntities to suit,
0'AI.I r'iKNI A IMTATOK5 Of a euiwrior quality,
N K V UKANS Island prowh.
I.VM J- II. COI.E.
Pilot and Navy Bread !
g HAM) AM)
FOIt SALE BV THE
Sodn. Wafer und Hutter Crackers.
X f Flour hak.-il up on reasonable terms.
AUi- bread rehaked. A. 51ILLER,
i!5C-oin Cor. Richard tf yucca sis.
Ill AVE AL'TIIOKIZKI) MR. I. BART
I.KTT, by power of attorney, to transact all business oa nay
account, durine my absence. Any orders for machinery or any
corresKmieiice may be addressed to me at Iklon.
o5S-lm I. M- WK-sTON.
FAMILY GROCERY !
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL ST.
J. Groceries, Imported directly from the Coast by each
packet, ns well as all articles which (At- market affords, botb in
the Grocery and Feed line.
Just Received per "Comet."
California Smoked Reef,
i do do llam,
do do bacon,
, do do Shoulders,
do do Salmon,
do do Ibrrirar,
j do extra sup. Family Flour, 50,
I do Homony, in 10 lb. sacks,
I do Rye Meal, in 10 lb. sacks.
Wheat Meal, in 25 ai.J 12 lb. sacks,
Corn Meal, in 25 ami 12 lb. sacks,
Kel River salmon, in half bids., .
Kitts Mi.cker. l, Toricues and Sounds,
best of syrup, in 5 and S cab keps,
I'rush'-l suttar, in half folds,
Good Teas tor family use.
Cheap Teas for ships' use.
Fresh roa$tel awl ei-ound CorT-' warranted pure,
California Cream Cheese,
do Milk ISiscuit, "
do W ine Crackers,
do Oyster or l'icnio Crackers,
per bo or
.b-nnv I.ind Cakes,
Lihue, Makop's and Iioloa SUGARS !
(Per hfIf bbl. or KetaJ.)
?arlines. ia quarter and balf boxes.
Ci b-r Vinegar,
IIuml.ol.it Hay, Ii. l.-ira and Mission Potatoes,
o U. tins strawberry and lluspoerry Jams.
And a preat variety of . reserves, SC., &c, in tins and glasses
Also -In constant receir.t of fresh sunj.lies of
Molokai and Dowsett's Butter.
2.-.5-2m A. D. CARTWRKiHT.
Oup. Kntfliah ln nis. lioslon rrncUrrt,
5 sus-ar cure.1 It - ton .'.am?. Wafer oread,
ir.-z'.n sn.oiej hams. Water crackers.
Mess is.rk. Ratter cracicers.
Fresh lar 1. in Jo'. tins. Clyster crackers.
Kits So. 1 M i. o--l. 'i.i .vr
Kits tonjii-s an 1 ..e.:.ls, ;.lenry Lir.i Cakes,
Kitc!:-li cheese, small tins, lyaf sucar.
Ktitf'.isJ, lcry ch-srse, Crushed sucar
Fr-sd c 1 ti'sh, brnwn su.-ar,
So. 1 Carooua rice. I'l.iLarice.
F.-. fi dried an.ies. IVarl sairo. pht peas.
.i. .:..o n.ci'.s 1 -oui s, sc. -tch .citmeal,
I r-h s.ilia'.n, Arr wnx', vermacilli,
Fr-sri nvsi.-rs. Macc.ironi.
r r-s.a 1 1--..T-. Ass .rte.J spi.-ej,
f-r sh cUiiis. Ass-.rtrd herbs,
s illr.d er a". " rer.cn ca--rs,
A-s..rt-l Kf?'.:?!; fruits. Vr-iiii mu-jird.
Asj -r'.- d Au.-:r ean truits, Frer,ch olives.
As ort.--i b io-ti jams, r'rei.ch r-r-jnes.
V-s .rte.i Ain-nc.is jauis. White wine vinegar,
A-s..rted b'.i.'l.r'i jeliies. i i-r viiiear,
Assorted Aaj-.riciajvuics. Ch-srate.
Assort-sl Kiiites:. j.i. kles. l u.-rv j owj.-r,
Assor-.i-J Fii.'i.sh sauces. Cay. iir.e pej per,
French cr-ai ;-:t. Yeast powder.
A:n. r;:..n re.ii l-.s, Tat.le salt in boxes.
Fresh nrre- u r- r:i. Tar.Ie salt m jars.
Kresti iach.s :u syrup. , Table sal- in t ags.
Fresh .(i.iicis :n syrup, sae ntus,
Fr'sh i'ars n; syrup, Carl-..rint so,la,
Fr-sh ::.i::c- p nieat, Cr-am Tarter.
Fr--h pr rv-i ir-.c-.-r, K biri..r.'s t.artey
Kre-b ai'p'es. R. bins-si's pr--jts,
Kresii .aci.es, Krea cora ?tarch.
Fr- sh sarcities, t ties. , Fresh Island betas,
Fr-h sardine', i tir., 'Rurntt's flavoring fltracts.
Fresh lurh.im mustard, Iback peiper.
Fresh salal o l, Ir.j'co hme,
Worce.tr sauce. Hath bncks.
True lernon syrup. Polar Oil.
Lem n syrup.
O' U III I -V TV 'aT!- li Jarx,
Cilron. Orange, and Lemon Pt-el,
RAISINS in half and whole boxes.
Kin- bjlonr Tea, fur familv use,
doxi strong black Tea, for ships use.
7RFH MILL FLOUR,
Kr.sh Kiist Maui Flour,
Frtsh (irahara Flour.
Fresh 'orn Meal.
FRKSII ISLAND IJITTER
VEUV M I'HRIOR KOM COFFEE.
F. ?a!t by
S. SAi llTfR,
Odd Fellows Hall, Fort u-set.
Itodwood IPeiicc Iosti.
RKOWOOn FENCE POSTS. JTSI
O IMF rece.ved by the rark lisif'. srnl for sale oj
jj;.',- ' ilFORCFO 1I0WF.
ii v joii n r. oi.iti it.
T o - n O It It v !
mill VV, Mny lll.nl l( o'clock. A. !.,
At les It ..in, w.d Is- ..ld, a fine .KoirtmrDt of
Ale. .it'-s stance Pans,
ii v omi:it or tiii:
On VI'INi:slA NEXT, JIXH 5th,
At IJ o'cl s'k, A. M-, Ihe UlldemijlKs) Will Srlf St public
auction, n the premises, the entir
i iyi.vi i., s ixciv
it i:i i i, w s roiti:,
Ou yu.s n ttr.--t, psantly i-.-cupi.il by
John Thomas Waterhouse,
HeiliK a larKi- ni l choiis. selectioii of Merchandise, particularly
.duple.) for the retail tia.li
N. M. Terms liberal.
ffVHK t'llKKlf.EI H EC! I.KAVE TO
1 Inform their fri.-n.U and Hie public, that they lisie HK
MOVKU their place o( fousines. to the t..re formerly uo-u-pied
by Mr. Geo. Clark, mauka of null FKLIiUWM' II A1X.
They have just received a new sstortmenl of
Cloths, Vestings and Cassimeres,
Isitest Styles, frx.iu New York, by way of San Francis o.
20U-tf McCOLGAS CAM I'll ILL.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL !
ll'ST REC'KI VK.I Em ORIENTAL VAX-
I KEE nud .M.lHl Kl.bA.
Oregon smoked Kacoii,
Oregon smoked Hams,
Boston biigar cured Hams,
Fresh Cul. Salmon, 5, 3 &. 1 i lb tini
Calif. .ruin Cliwse,
Fresh Carolina Rice,
Fresh Dried Aptdtn.
For pale by 2rS-tf S. dAVlDGK.
Jenny Lind Cakes,
For sale by
Le KrunH Kresh Oysters,
Sardines, in j and i tins,
Frenh Ixilistfrtj, iu 1 and 2 lb. tin,
For eale by S. SAVIDGE.
FRESH CREAM OF TARTAR,
Fresh Carb. SfxJa.
Fresh Oil. Mustard,
Fresh Ground I'epper.
For sale by S. S A VI DOE.
IXTRA FAMILV FL.OITR,
IS'o. 1 China Rice,
Kaat Maui Mill Flour.
For eale by
FRESH GROUND COFFEE,
For sale by 25H-tf S. SAVIDGE.
"JUST RECEIVED I
FROM BOSTON, AND FOR SALE BY
IV. A. ALDRICH !
Lead Pipe, 1, 1, IJ and IJ inch,
Britannia Tea and Coffee pots,
Britannia Covered Pichers, 3, 4 and 6 qts.,
Britannia Oil Lamps,
Assorted sizes Shot,
Three ply Belting, 4, 5 and 6 inch,
Three ply 1 in, Hose with Couplings,
iron Spades and Shovels,
Steel Spades and Shovels,
Parker's Coffee Mills,
Iron Bake Pans, assorted sizes,
Ely Sc Walker's Caps,
Nails, 4, 6, S, 10. 12, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60d.,
Blister Steel, 3xs,
Boxes Tin, IC. IX, IXX, IXXX,
English Sheet Iron,
Reams white and blue ruled Cap Paper,
Reams white and blue Letter Paper,
Reams Note Paper,
Essex assorted Cambric,
Bartletts I Bleached Cottons,
Fancy Pantaloon Cassimeres.
White Linen Thread.
Cotton and Silk Shoe Laces,
Kid and Bronze Buskins,
Kid and Bronze Slippers,
Boys' Calf Brogans.
The abcTO, with a large and dirble Mock
already on hand, offered for ssle ou lit rl terets
V.i -i s-rrrt I 0,. tea.
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