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ONE WEEK LATER !
Arrival of Two Clippers !
The clippr tipa Lucrttia anl Lotion LiU, both
armel on the 2Jth of December, bringing us a week
The revs from the E-vst is such as !t ia pie Jtnt to
reivl. The greut Naval Kxpeiition is producing the
finrt 'f the series of jrool effect expected from it
terribly txaring the whole rebel at-iboard. Inled.
it wuull Mem ibA all Iixt is bad 1 7 punic-flirickeo.
Front KiehnonJ. whence I be c t of rebel Goerr
menc hJ aim) been removed to Nshille. Ten p.,
&,JOO Hit -a j r'.jrvers (acourding to the Kuquirer of
the deserted capital.) Litre teo carried away to Tas
Mtuofta (io C.eottS? All una) sod Salisbury-, of whoce
locatioa we hate Dot eeo farts to make. Virgi
nia, which was prettj ptsrttoD for an aroij about
to capture Washington is evident! too risky fir an
amy altogether engaged in defending it&elf. Tbe
niMt interceiintc item of intelligence is the stand
which tbe Administration has iaken on the Slidell
and Mua alTair. I osteoid of repudiating the action
of Commodore Wilkes, he is, in fact, censured for
not having taken tbe British steamer too. There
do be no . doubt of the fact that an imraen.e
amount of ink will be expended on this business, but
we have no id that anything (serious will ever come
Qcixct, III., IKttii The Times dispatch from
Washington on tbe 28th says : Letters from prisoners
of tbe California, Regiment at Richmond, shows that
mot of thoe supposed to have been kil'ed at Ball's
Bluff are prisoners. Tbe officers are confident that
fifty includes the whole bomber of deal.
PuiLAnrxriiiA. JKrru. The Enquirer' Fort Mon
roe letter s ys the rebels report 1'eoa.cola evacoated.
and tbe Xy Yrrd entirely destroyed. Gen. Bragg
Lent out fur reinforcements. Fie vessels of war that
were 1 is lion Col. Crown were riddletl with shot.
A special disp tch to the Tribune, daed 2Jth says
that A-ljut nt General Thorn s sent instructions to
General Sherman, at Hz ufort. to take poetejicn of
all the crops on the bland and ship the cotton and
tbe other crop not wanted for the army to New York,
to be kol t for the Government of tbe United States;
the staves 'o be emp'oyeJ to save the crops.
Tue rebe's are King b ck from the 1'otomac be
Hre tbe slow out certain advance of the Union forces,
and hardly offered resistance to our ve sels for the
last few d.tys. Thee, wc prejume, are the vessels
navigating the Potomac
New York, 2Crra. Letters from Port Royal report
. tbat the expedition to Ci. Helena Inlet, without strik
ing a blow, took I be enemy a works. The guos have
been er rriej inland IJ.GOO rebels are reported at
llandeviSe, tea milei Iron Hilton, under Gen. Dray
ton. Washisotox, Jisvember 2 P. M. Congress met
to day at noon.
Hoc. In tbe House, 111 members answered roll
calL Sargaat and Phelps of California, Hooper of
Ma's-xha etts, Wilson of Iowa, Berrbeisel of Utah,
and Cradelb agh of Nevada, were sworn in.- May-
nard, of Teoae tx. after some dietx.sion, was sworn
in. A committee was appointed to inform the Presi
dent that both Hon -. bad a quorum, and were ready
to proceed tu basin s. Hickman pre-ented a certi
fied statement of the organix.tioa of the Provisional
Government - f North C rolina. dated HaUeras.
He fked thrt Foster's claim roijht be considered.
Foster's claims to be a member from North Carolina
were referred lo committee. Watts. Delegate from
New Mexico, and Blair of Virginia, successor to Sen
ator Carlile, were sworn in. Sijur, of Accomao
county. Vav, claimed a L. RichanLoo, of Illinois,
moveil bs be sworn in. as tbe people in Eastern Vir
ginia, where Sirnr was elected, bad returned to their
allejii nee. After ome du.cu-sion, Sigur's case was
referred to the Commi'tee on Elections.
Hljlatk. Tbe Vice) President called the Senate to
order at noon. Forty menbers were present. Twelve
o'clock was fixed on for daily tensions. Messrs.
Trunbull, Hale and Latham, were appointed a com
mittee to wa:t on the President. Mr. Trumbull gave
notice that he would introduce a bill to-morrow to
confiscate the property of rebels and give freedom to
persons in tbe titave ht .tea. Mr. Wilkinson also gve
notice of a bill to abolish the distinction between reg
ular aad volunteer forces. An informal recess was
Tbe S;. Louis Democrat bas news tbat the rebe s
(fifteen thous nd strong) were moving under Price,
Rains and Mc Bride, Price s ;ys he shall make Kan
t A the future field of operations. McCuIlough bas
bad a quarrel with Price and gone off to Arkansas.
Tbe New York Post has information that a Can
adian steamer, with a large cargo of arms and cloth
log for tbe rebels, had been captured on the coast of
General Jim Lane of Kansas delivered a gre.t An -Slavery
sjrech in Boston, on Saturday, ta an im
mense crowd of people.
Tbe Tribune' Washington spec;al dispatch, of the
1st, sys no fe .r need be entertained as to the position
the President will take concerning the eixure of Ma
son and SlidelL He will hold tbat Cptaia Wilkes
did right, but that be should bave seized tbe steamer
3Ir. Ely. M. C. now prisoner at Richmond, has
sent word that be will take his seat in Congress this
Reports from Richmond say the rebels are terribly
excited concerning the Federal operations on the
Tha Southern troops declare they will go home and
leave Virginia to ber fate.
Upon the renewed application of G. D. Prentice.
Secretary Seward, on Saturday, ordered the release
- of Calhoun Benhara and Lx Senator Gwin from con
fiaement in Fort Lafayette.
The Stretary of the Navy, in bis report, after
mentioning the c-pture of Mason and lidull. s.ys
tbat the prompt and decisive action of Capt. Wilkes
merits and had receive.! the emphatio approval of the
, Nary Dep j-tmeut, and if a too generous forbearance
ws exhibited by him in not capturing the veciel
which bad the rebel CommLsioneraou board, it may,
in view of the special circumstances of his patriotic
motives be excused; but it must, by no ute-ius, be
permitted to constitute a precedent he oafter for the
treatment of any similar ca.es.
Jests D. Bright, of Indiana, who is a secessionist,
is at Wa-hingtou. and intends to take his seat. Sen
ator Poaiell. of Kentucky, also arrived. Saturday,
aad it is sail will take bis seat. A committee will be
ehoLen to examine into tbe conduct of such men. and
if proof against them is plain, they will be expelled.
A letter in the N. Y. thrall, from Curacora. Nov.
9th. says the U. S. steamer Iroquios a rived off Port
Saguiarica. with the intention to land, but wai in
formed by the tiovernsaent authorities that the vessel
eon 11 not titer except in ease of distress. The com
mander would not enter on such conditions, but bore
Another rich prize was brought to the Brooklyn
Navy Yard on Saturday, which was captured by the
steamer Penrti on the 25th ultimo.
The death of the one celebrated Tom Thumb is
annonnced in the Paris papers. He died in great
poverty in one of the hospitals, after having fallen
o low as to have been a show-dwarf at tbe country
fairs. Court Journal.
The ad-lrc to Garibaldi, begging him to lead
them ta Rome, bad already received 120,000 signs
tares in the Ne poliua provieees. This was eon-
aidered a very large number in view of the fact that
only a small portion of the inhabitants can write.
The New York S new-paper was eoldbj auc
tion, on the 1st Oct.. to A- M- Morrison, for 3o.0W
Only one year ago tbe concern was .old for 100.0UU.
31. Y. Beach, the founder, made a large fortune from
Fiance, though it has exported grain for a
few years past, will require this year eighty-five
millions of bushels to make np the deficiency. Eng
land will require over sixty-five millions of bushels
of whea. being twenty-four millions more than she
Whotbi Cocttst Parsos" is. The author
of the article entitled Tue Recreation of a Country
Purton, which bave appeared during the last two
ye rs in tbe Atlantic Monthly, and a portion of
which have b.-en collected and republished in book
form, is siid to be the Rev. A. K. II. Boy I. of the
Church or Scotland (Established). He was formerly
f Dumfries, but is now pastor of a churchn Edinburgh.
The engineer to whose skill and persevering exer
tions tbe safety of tbe Ureal Kattern was in the
opinion of the paswneers. entirely owing, was Mr.
Hamilton Tole, of Kxeter. N. 11 , who. after ail
other attempt had faile.l. prepared a steering appa
ratus to meet the emergency. The Fnglish pec pie
are Iud in praise of the ingenious Yank-e mechanic.
Tu Chiskse is CaLiroRStA. The Marysville ,1p-l-il,
commenting upen an item tbat recently ap-t-eired
iu oar columns as to tbe number of t'uitie?e
in this State, remarks : Iu the a'te calculation
there is no account male of decrease by emigration
to mines in atijuining Territories. Several thousand
Chinamen are scattered along the eaM.-trn slope and
have gone by land to Oregon, Washington and Bri-tu-n
Columbia." This euaigratioti by land will ft ill
further reduce the number of Chinamen in Califor
nia. Probably there are not, at present, over
Cnineae in this state.
LtTTi a rm GiBtB4LL! The following letter
from 'iaribaMi bas been reo-tved by the United
States Consul at Antwerp :
Capi'Kra, September 10, 1&C1.
Mr Deae Sir I six Mr. SanifrJ, an I regret
to be obliged to annoui.ee to you tbat I tha'l not be
able to go to the United States at present. I do not
doubt of the triumph of the cause of tbe Union, and
that shortly. But if the war should unfortunately
continue iu your benutiful country, I shall over
come all ot staclea whica detain me, and hasteu to
tbe defense of a people who are dear to me
To Mr. Quiggle, U. S. Consul at Antwerp.
The Preston (Lancashire) Guardian has the fol
lowing : Cloae upou 1,000 bales of cotton are being
forwarJed from Fleetwood, for shipment from Liver
pool to America. It was imported fioinoueof tbe
Southern States eaily in the present year, for a
Preston manufacturer, who bas recently bold it
a;ain fur the purput-e stated. Rumor a-iys tbat a
clear gain of 0 per bale bas beeu netted by the
Madame Goldwbmidt Lind bad made ber reap
pearance in oratorio at Exeter Hall, with immense
The Karl of Caithness, accompaniel by the Count
ers, paid a visit to Thurro in their steam carriage.
His lordship drove through the town, followed by an
immense concourse of spectators. The jiunt was
most successful, a part of tbe journey having been
accomplished at tbe rate of seventeen miles au hour.
Rliirm or I'binck Xapolkon. This distinguish
ed traveller is once more in Paris, where, on account
of bis American experience, be is quite a lion. He
bas transmitted a p;ickt of important documents on
American affairs to the Emperor, and tbe result of
his trip is said to be favorable to the interest of the
Union. As we supposed and suggested, the letters
from America published iu the Opinion JVutionale
under bis signature, were not from bis pen. but from
that of a person named Goad, who accompanied the
Prince and thus abused his confidence.
Oregon Tiiaxkbuivin'O. A number of the leading
citizens of i'ortlund i&sued the following Thanks
giving proclamation :
Portland, Nor. &th, 1SC1.
Inasmuch as the Governor of California has ap
pointed Thursday next, 28th inst., as a day of thanks
giving for the blessings received from our Heavenly
Father during the past year, aud we observe no
symptoms of our Governor making a similar appoint
ment, the undersigned, with a grateful and appre
ciative sense of the above, propose to observe Thurs
day next with our California neighbors as indicated
above. anl closing our places of business call upou
all good citizens to go and do likewise.
Tub Fastest Tims ever Made im Double -Har-5ESS.
Considerable rivalry has existed for some time
between Commodore Vanderbilt and Mr. Bonner, of
tbe Ijnlgtr, as to who should own the fastest pair of
trotting horsrs. Mr., Bonner has always declined to
match bis horses, being opposed to betting. On
Monday last, however, in order to satisfy himself of
their speed, he drove his horses Lady Palmer and
Flatbn-h to his road wagon, in the extraordinary
time of 2:27. last quarter in 24 seconds. This is the
fastest tide ever made by any pair of horses in the
world, and consequently beats the Commodore's
team. Hiram Mood run. .Mr. v neian. Mr. iioagiani.
Mr. Harker. and a number of other good judges, wit
nessed tbe performance and timed it.
A nrMBOLDT Earthquake. It will be recollected
that we noticed a very severe shock of an earthquake
which occurred on the morning or Zhth tfctober last.
A resident of Mattole tells us that the shock must
have been more severe in that valley than at any other
place about here. He says " the ground cracked and
opened in places a quarter of a mile in length, with
a tremendous jarring sound ; that in one place the
earth opened so much as to let a cow topple over and
drop in head first ; the opening immediately shut,
mashing the whole body of the row as flat as a pan
cake, except the tail, which still sticks ont as a last
ing monument or ber latter end."
Cowardice and Bull Ru.v. The Time was forci
bly rebuked for the tone of its remnrks on the Bull
Kun disaster. Jhe Dublin unicertuu jtineazine
has since given judgment on the same subject, in
these terms :
" We cannot conclude without rebuking the ungen
erous sneer which the panic or lsuil nun nas d-nwn
from the Time and Punch at American coi rage.
Writers must know very little or military matters to
suppose that cowardice is the cause of panics. All that
we have read on the subject, directly proves the con
trary. It is the want of discipline in tre miss, not
want of braverv in tbe individual soldier, which
ciues a panic. If the Americans had been an army of
lions they would have certainly Hed, ir tuey we-e led
on by asses, as it appears most of their commanders
were; or if they bad been lions, mistrustful of each
other, as they probably were, from want of practice
together on drill and parade, they would have equal
ly fled- It is only when an army moves as one man,
when after marcbiog together, and facing in compa
ny for months together fatigue and danger, that they
get confidence in each other and in their commander.
The Americ-ns were braggarts, we admit, but no
Walkibo os the Water. Rowlands, the man
who " walks the water" in a pair of canoes Leven feet
long, which, by an extravagant figure of the imagina
tion, he terms shoes," made ft second successful
experiment in this novel style of navigation in San
r rancisco. iiib penorumuce ia wen woi iu w iiur??mt
and the contrivauce which he has invented, though
probably not as important as he deems it, may un
doubtedly be made highly useful. The present ex
periment came off at Commercial street harr.
Rowlands is quite enthusiastic on the sul jct of bis
invention, and does not stand about trifles in his en
deavors to exhibit its advantages. Yesterday, for
insL-nce, after poshing out a considerable distance
from the wharf, he loosened his feet from his " shoes"
and plunged, unshrinkingly, into the water, (the tem
perature or which, at this season, must render sucn
a proceeding rather disagreeable.) for the purpose of
demonstrating the ea e with which be could reinstate
himself. The apparatus, which is certainly vory in
genious, will be exhibited for several d:iys to come,
at Tucker's building. Rowlands himself is quite a
character ; he is deeply impressed with the import
ance of his invention, and has exhibited an amazing
amount of industry and perseverance in perfecting it.
It will pay to give him a call. A. r. .Mirror.
Prospects Ahead. A correspondent of the Attn,
writing from New York, Nov. 8. says : The cheer
ing intelligence which we have received of the safe
arrival of tbe naval expelition on the coast of South
Carolina, has relieved the public mind or its anxious
misgivings touching the safety of tbe squadron, dur
ing the late violent storm that devastated our coast
on Monday last. It appe .rs that it put into Bull
Bay, a bilf open roadstead, about if) miles to tbe
northward of Charleston. There was no opposition
or tbe slightest sign of a fort or a hostile gun mount
ed. The Federal Government, it is tielieved, has suf
ficient information from leading men in the South,
opposed to Secession igm. that the moment these arm
ed lodgments are eaected, and tbe neighboring people
dispossessed of the insane idei that the war is one of
abolition, that a counter rebellion against Davis &
Co. will be inaugurate, that will result in a complete
breaking down of the oligarchy. Recent events tend
to show that while South Carolina was the first to
raise the seditious flag and fire on Sumpter, she will
as suddenly play traitor to the very rebel Government
she warmed into life and being. This arises from the
fact tbat ber leading men and statesmen bave been
entirely overruled by Davis & Co. in their councils,
that she is not to have the rebel cpital in her midst,
and will occupy a les3 proud position iu the Southern
Signs of returning common sense are very strongly
manifested in Georgia, by tbe re-election of Gov.
Brown, a Unionist at heart, and always a leading
conservative man of that State.
There is one thing, however, tbat will be insisted
upon by the North, and that will be, another onward
movement; and not until the defeat of Bull Run is
terribly avenged will it listen to proposals for peace.
Traitors, at Washington, as well as elsewhere, can
never humiliate the great North and West by diplo
matic mano?uvrinz. until the Stars and Stripes pene
trate through the serried ranks of the armed hosts of
tbe rebels, who nave so louuy irauea meiu m iuc
Wasuisgtox. November 22. Jeff. Davis's message
sneaks iu hiiih terms of the peorle of the State of
Missouri who. he says, conducted the war in face of
almost unparalled difficulties, with spirit and success
alike worthy of themselves and the great cause for
which they are struggling.
Finding ihat the Confederate Sutes were about to
be invadd Through Kentucky, and that ber people,
after being deceived into mistaken security, were un
armed and io danger of being sub jugated by the Fed
eral forces arms were carried and troops niarihcd
into that State to repel the enemy aud prevent the
occupation of certain strategical points, which would
have gWen them great adrantase iu the contest.
This step was not only justiSed by the necessity of (
self-defense on the part of (be Confederate States, but J
alto by a desire to aid the pec pie of Kentucky. It I
was never intended by the Confederate Government j
to conquer 01 coerce the people of that State; but, on j
the contrary, it ws declared by our Generals that j
they would withdraw their troops if the Federal Gov
ernment would do so likewise.
Davis then speaks of the difficulties attending mail
transportation, some of which he declares could ie
overcome only by time and the improved condition of
the country Ly the restoration cf peace, others by
The financTnl svstem has worked well so far. and i
promises good results for the future, to the extent J
tbat by the lreasury botes issued by toe uovernmem
is enabled to borrow money without interest, thus
facilitating the conduct of war. This extent is meas
ure! by the field of circulation which these notes are
made to occupy. Tbe proportion of the field thu9 oc
cupied depends again upon the amount cf delt for
which they are receivable. Obligations to the Con
federate and State Government are payable in this
medium, but a large portion of it may be circulated
at par. There is every reason to believe that the Con
federacy notes are fast becoming such a medium.
Tbe proposition that these notes hhall be convertible
into Confederate stock, bearing 8 per cent, interest,
at pleasure of the holders, insmes them against depre
ciation below the value of that stock. No considerable
fall in value need be feared so long as the interest shall
be punctually paid. Punctual payment of interest
is secured by the Act passed last cession imposing a
rate of taxation that must provide sufficient means lor
Financial Troubles at the South. The Rich
mond M'Ai. of the 24th iust., discussing Mr. Mem
minger's financial circular, gives this sorry picture
of the condition of the South :
We believe tbat tbe cotton and tobacco crops, in
the bands of a wise, energetic and enterprising gov
ernment, would, in spite of the blockade and war, be
sources of bouudless credit and irresistible strength.
Those articles are in demand all over the civilized
world. Suppose our government six mouths ago,
had bad in her warehouse aud insured, $200,000,000
worth of tobacco and cotton, bought at eight and ten
cents, they could by proper energy, have bad credit
to that amouut in London, and our eoast might at
this moment be thoroughly guarded by steel plated
steamers. The same result by the same means, might
still be effected perhaps, in time to anticipate the in
roads which the enemy meditate agai.ist us. We
know they are making immense preparations to burn
our cities and ravage our river shores by means of
irou-ca-d vesels ; and yet so fr as we are advised,
our authorities are making no prepcrations to meet
them. It will be a poor boast for Mr. Meiuminger
that he has expended but fifty millions, if, for the
want of a few additional millions, our cities are de
stroyed and our land desolated.
Mr. Meiuminger suggests as serious objections,
the posse sion, transportation and management of
the crops by the Government." We do not under
stand that the scheme proposes to throw these labors
on the Government. Iet the crops be seut to ware
bouses, and insured by the planter for twelve months,
the certificate of the inspector and the policy of in
surance to he forwarded to the Treasury Department.
A few additional clerks to register thee would be the
ouly increase of patronage involved in the proceed
ing. Even if five hundred agents were required, the
scheme would be less obnoxious thrn that which bas
sent forth five or six thous -.nd collectors and asses
sors in quest of a petty t-x which may serve little
other end than to reimburse the officers and harass
the people, Virginia, though interested in this
scheme, is to a les amount than the States to the
south of us. The Cotton S.ates, which produce but
a single crop, are reduced to a very painful con
dition. They c-unot sell their cotton they are not
even permitted to deliver it in readiness for sale.
Tbe cousequeuce is that they will, for the means of
subsistence, be at the mercy or the usurers. If this
were al they, as well as we, would make a shift to
weather tbe storm ; but the s-fety of the republio is
at stake. The Secretary's policy is playing into the
hands of the enemy and aggravating the evils of the
blockade, which, under a wiser dispensation, instead
of evils, would be blessings.
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds.
M DOORS. ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
f f muuWliops and raised anel.
60 suah loor, assunrted sizes.
3oO pair Window Snsh, artd siies.
200 pair Blinds, with and without rivels. ass d ilies.
Selected expresaly for tlii luarki t, and nle low tj
2ja.q tl KOKUE O HOWE.
M SHAVED WHITE EASTERN
3f9 ibiDKle, warrauteu to cover 100 iUHro leet .o
A new lot of the favorite o tlace iduiR boajjs.
l'ine clapooarda, li feet Ion and 1 inches wide extra thick
A sna1 lot of panelled eetliug boards, inch, a new and very
With a a assortment of White and Col'd Paints.
SEKq For sale by C. II. LEWEKS.
DOOHS, WINDOW SASH, IILIVDS.
T.1X LATE ARRIVALS
4.H) IhKtra, all sine and kindi,
JO0 Window &uh. nil kinds,
100 utir Ulin. Is, all sizes,
1 1 tilnss luura and lllinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
093 q C II. I.r.w Elu.
ciias. aoucorr si:ooas, w. r.iis t.ro, cdwacd r. ball, jb.
CIIAS. W. BROOKS & CO.,
123 Sansonie Street, San Francisco, Cal.
BARTIcri,R ATTEVTIOX GIVES TO
the lurrlia-. Shipment and Sale of Merchandise ; to .r
war.linr and Transhipment of U.md ; the Chartering and Sale
of Vessels ; the supplying of Whaleships t and the Negotiation
Exohange on Honolulu iu sums to suit.
ADVANCES MADE OX CONSIGNMENTS.
n. F. Ssow, Eq., Honolulu
U. l.KKWKH & ..,
J S. Willi:, "
II. HirarKLD As Co.,
llKSJ. PlTMAS, Hilo.
scttos c t;o.,
J. IlrsvEwELl., Boston.
IlKMRV A. I'KIKCK, "
t !. ItKKWKR. "
Thayku, Maionjif & Fifld,
293-ly bwirr & Allks, New Hedford.
Waikahalulii Water Lots!
Till K I'XDERSICXEI) HAVING BEEN
apoiuted areut for the sale and lease of the
beTS to call the attention of MrihanU, Ship Owners. Speculators
ami others to this finely suuat .1 tract of land -hich is Dow of
fered In lots at reduced rates and on lioeral ami convenient
terms. . ...
IMiins may he seen and all Particulars learned by application
to the underlined at Kober. C. Janiun's Hire-pmn' Buddings.
N". B. Early api.licatioj should be made for choice Lots.
W. L. fiKKKN,
Aevnt fur the Sale of Waikahalulu !ot.
Tlonolutu. Oct. 21. 1HM. 293-3m
3lMt I Jcasx- 3 t;it I3nsr
FOR SALE AltOl'T 1 KAI'AI MADE
coc.1 viOMantial Mat Bas, r iiL-nr or all. at
293 3m roa HULT & HEL CK'3.
IRON i'L.OWS, 11 V Cl'TTERS,
Ox Yokes. coed I'lanters.
Ox liows. Cane Cutters,
tirain Cradles. Uanlen Boilers,
l'Linters Hoes. VVheellarnws,
CultW ttors' Teeth, Grindstones,
ti.trdcQ Bakes, ror a!e by
293-q C. BKEWKK CO
1 Fancy case Piano Forte, 6.1 oct.,
1 Half-round " " 6A "
from the manufactory of Mrs. Hallett ft Cumiton. whose In
strument Hare an unopianea reputation ior iwmu
i .. .... . n.l u.r.wtt.kn mn'hKfiinl mnlnirtiin.
C. UK.EWEK te CO..
T THE UNDERSIGNED A SITUATION
as Hook-kerner. or tNtl'-sraan.
Heft.es hv twnniiou. to V. A. Aldrich, Esq.
291-3t J. SMITHIES.
Bread! Bread! Bread!
rilll E UNDERSIGNED lVOl'M) RES.
X p ctfully anoyance to hi fritids ard te public generally
that he has purchased the II A K ER V rt the corner of Hotel
and Maunakea streets, near - Liberty Hal1," at present occu
pied by Cha. Breniir. where he will be oo hand to attend to
customers on and ai rr the brst day of January next. Having
had a lor.e experience in the business, he hpes to give satisfac
tion to all who may favor hiio with lueir custom.
T"T Bread will be delivered every moruinp. in any part of
the city. U. W1LIIKI.M.
Honolulu. TV. 12, 1S51. :l-3t
1 AMERICAN ENSIGN, 1 a 30,
8 O x 15.
For sale by
n. W. SEVERANCE.
FOR SALE !
HAVE ON HANI) AN1 FOR
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONGST WHICH ABE
Fanoj Priti ta of a gr.rat variety of styles and color,
Indigo Ulue Cotton,
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yellow Print
White ground Mucins, small rttem.,
ii 4 medium "
Brilliants small and medium patterns,
Black and "White taj cheek Muslins,
Plain Turkey Bed Cloth,
White Cotton Drills,
A great variety of Cotton Trowserings,
Plain Black Silk !
Fancy figured Silks,
Pure Silk Handkerchiefs.
Embroidered silk figured Alpacas.
Fine V.uck Alpacas,
Black and colored figured Lustres,
Plain colored Lustres,
upcrfiQ4 black and blue Cloth j
Superfine black Cassimere,
Plain blue Flannel,
Common black and blue Cloth,
Black and faucy Koeskms and mixed Trowseringa
White r.laukets, all sixes.
Blue Blankets, all sizes,
Scarlet Blankets, all sizes,
- Commou Blankets, fur horse cloth,
Brussels and velvet Carpeting,
Kail way Rugs,
Huckaback Towels and Toweling,
Plalu white and fancy Linen Drills,
CIc thin?, Shirts, Shoes, &c.
Black Cloth Pants, best Pilot Jackets, common do..
Blue serge Shirts of all qualities,
Woollen. Undershirts, worsted Stockings ,
White Shirts, atsorted; Kegatta Shirts.
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
Ladies Riding Hats. Oxford tie Shoes,
Children's Boots and Shoes, Crimean Boots,
Sup. cotton half hose, embr. cotton Overshirts.
Brown Soap, Pickles, Pie Fruits, Sauces, Mustard, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuits, Olives, Capers, Jams,
Caudies, candied Peel, Bloater Paste, table Salt, Currie Powder,
Currants, Blue, Starch, Marking Ink, Seidlitz Powder.
Best F.iiglish Saddles, common do., Pellon Rugs,
Boiled Linseed Oil, cotton Umbrellas, Eilk Umbrellas,
Hughes At Jones' Perfumery,
Musk, Essence of Sandal Wood, Windsor Soap,
Sarsaparilla, nests Tub', Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron,
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, assorted ; Boiler Plate, Iron Safes, Crow Bars,
Tia Tlate, IC and IX, bright Irou Wire, Sheet Lead
Sets Sugar Pans,
Nobles & Hoare's assorted Varnishes,
ROSKELL'S WATCHES, gold and silver.
Eottled Ale and Forter, various brands,
Draught Ale in hhds.,
Marten's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Hennessy's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Otard's Brandy, in qr. casks.
Common Brandy, in qr. casks.
Cases Oinger Brandy,
Cases Scotch "Whisky,
Ca Royal Highland Whhtky,
Cases Old Tom Gin,
Cases Glenlivet "Whisky,
The celebrated PALE ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Duff Gordon Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sandenian8 Port,
Cases Champagne, Foresticr Fils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Margauz,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
"White Granite Dinner seta.
White Grani te Tea 2ts
Dishes, Plates, Jugs, Mujp,
Metal covered Jugs,
Breakfast Cups and Saucer,
1 "Rjmlns. Cover Dishes.
Yellow Nappies, Teapots,
X. B. This Earthenware, is now open, and is
ly low rates, to close shipments.
Janion, Green & Co.
Honolulu April 4, 1SG1 293 q
OAF Sl'OARt BV
ED. UOTFsCHLAEGER & STAPESIIORST.
J. J. SOUTIICJATJG fc Co.
Importers &. Commission Merchants.
BRICK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
UNIOX WHARF, VICTORIA, V. I.,
REFER BY PERMISSION. TO
Me&sas. B. Davidson & Co., Bankers, San Francisco,
" lUMKL ttiB Co, f
C. A. L.i ft Co., San Francisco.
Caoiw 4- Co., J
" K. HorrjCBLAEOEa & SrAPBSHoasr, Honolulu.
A 1M, PERSONS IIAVIXG A XT DEMANDS
aratn.: the K te of Jo h R. PriiU. late f Ilnnlala,
dcci ssi il. are notified to pre. ent them immediately ; and all
in any sray intlebte to the s: K. te, are requeted to make
immediate payment to Uw iu dt rsigoed.
C. BREWER 2d,
t. S. PK ATT,
Honolulu, Dec. 26, 136'. 2J-3t Aduiirstratort.
For XEW BEDFORD !
THE FAST SJIUXG SHIP
Captain II. W. BCRDITT,
s now loadinp aixl ill lie tjuick dis3trh !r tle aNjve ptiet.
For balauce of freight, afljr to
C. BREWER CO..
29! 1m MrTM Wharf.
Tlie C.-ttau occupied t th unJrrsine .1, pa lVrrtan-
ia St. !r (articulars I-'ly at tlie 1'wt other.
Trrnis low. A. K. ( LARK.
Horioulu.lec. C5. 1-C1. -.NJ-lra
IR. GEORGE MIU.EU WILL SETTLE
X, M. all accouuu cviinectfi Willi ni' a.iitinc hn:nf-.
jJ3t R. U1I.I.1LAM.
OX THE XIHIIT OFTIIE 23d IXST..TIIE
St ot the umlersism-d was lnLrn into, aiut v nujs
icoutis. (m'Wtly blae tlantK-U and fine shirts.) .tvWii. Theale
rvwanl will l paii fur infurnution Uul will ltd to li t recov
ery of the pxxls.
2rJ-3t MoL OLli. cf l A M I otLU
Every One who has I'sed U Likes It !
THE 11AV FROM THEWAIKIKI
Farm is f-r sale exi-lusivelv at the FAMILY GKO
CEKV AXI IKKU S1VKE. It is thorourh'y
cured. iw. and fra'rant and fce!4 without waste.
aud is warranted, when prierly uel, to I" the cheapest, as it
is the bent fodder in market. Try it ! Sold in couiuici Dales,
at 1 cent per pound and d- live; til.
S.Kl-61 A. 1. . AKTl Kiuui, otx Nrm.
Srriip and Molasses.
Now coming io from the
KOLOA PLANTATION !
For sale in quantities to suit ly
II. HACKFELD k CO.
Honolulu. Pee. 20. 1S61. 292 3m
tlTALM 'TS. SOFT SII ELL ALMOSUS.-
l'ecan Nuts FilUrts,
Dried lVaches, Prunes in frlii-s,
Zante Currrunts, Half boxes Kaiins,
Citron Petri, ir. " "
Orange " Cs. half tins Sardines,
Sularatus in glass, Cs. qr. " "
Carbonate Soda, A. & li. Oysters,
Cal. Creatu Cheese, East India Chutney.
r or sale by
29I-2m S. SAVIliOE, Fort StreeL
by ii. w, skvi:kanff.
FRIDAY, Jan. 3, nt IO o'clock, A. M.,
AT OI U XEW S Vl.ES KOOM,
Win he oM.
Byasji Ale, qts.; Byass Ale, pints,
Carolina Rice, Crushed Sugar, Butter,
Soap, California Pickles, Cal. Oats,
Cal. Barley, Paints and Oils, Tow Line,
Manila Cordagv, Boat Nail?, Glue,
Dry Goods, Crockery, Manila Cigars, etc.
H. W. SEVERANCE,
COMPLETE VITII AI.LTHE FIXTI'liKS.
A SM ALL LOT OF DIFFERENT STYLES
J.. mod suk-s, plain aixi luh'.y urnaioeuted.
HOUSE PAPER, ex Schwinffe.,
Now Ofenl, aiiii iu Txriou new atid pretty pattern. For
xi-;ti Vo :itLT & HKCCK.
CHRISTMAS PEW YEARS.
Firri rs. Funis, rui its.
rjMIE CXDKRSIGXED II AVE KEi E1VEU
M. by the Scktrinyr, from Bremen, and ofler for sale, a fine
Suitable for picture and other frames.
A LSO Siuare and Oval
IOLISIIED IvOA FR AMES
Made to o -der. Apply to
KLHING r O'NEILL, Kins; Street,
291-3m Next to residence of J. II. Brown, Esq.
PEANUT Oil! PEAMT Oil!
riMIl OIL CAN BE lSEI FOR ANY KIM)
M. of Lamps, burns with a
AYbilo aud llrilliant Liglit, nud riuila u
In quantities to suit, for sale at
Lava, Sulphur, Pile's Hair,
ABOVE 20 VARIETIES.
TM1E CXDERSIGXEI) ISFKKIM REII TO
I anii'-h, on the most reasonable terror, all kinds ol sjiec -me'ii
from ttm Crater of
persons wishing to obtain an as ortuieiit of the alve, for cabi
nets or other purjose, can nowhere net them so cheap or com
vlrte as by sending to the undersigned, either through H. M.
f... .. . t i it iTnipjwir
nuney, or ueev- i..
llilo, Hawaii, lec. 17. laoi. -fi-oia
F. Iff. A: . SEGELKEa,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
. MAXl'FACTl'REllS AM) DEALERS
Si iA. In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc W are.
LEAD PIPES LAID AXD REPAIRED,
GsT Ship "Work promptly executed.
ISoots mid SIiocs.
F 1IEST GERMAN AXD FKEXCII Man
Gent's calf Boots,
" Hi.linn Ilools,
" calf Shoes, UiffHrent patterns and make,
" Cor.trress Gaiters,
" " Ehistic Ties,
u Patent ltither do do,
" Lasting Oaiterf.
U Strong and comfortable Boots and Shoes for mechanics.
For sale by (291-St) Vos HOLT t, IIEl'CK.
100MRI1ELS 0L 0 HAM! !
OF THE WELL KNOWN"
Fniiactl h E. KruII, nt Kcnlin.
rflllE ABOVE, BEISC THE LAST SIIII--1
ment of lli is year's u ckinr. hns just come In, part ol
which is already encped. The great demand this season for
this favorite brand." again uroves tbe sui)eriority of its quality
over any other, offered iu the market. Purchasers will find it
to tneir aavannge. yn cu iiiik um inin"icmin.rci - n...
always giren satixfictior, before making any other engagements.
This balance is for sali and will be closed out at a low price,
by Vos HOLT fc IlEirCK,
aai-3t corner ort ana jiercuaut cinxu.
ChilcIrcnN Shoes !
rX GREAT VARIETY AND STYLE. WELL
L made. For sale by 231-Ct Vos HOLT & HELCK.
-75 OF SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR
150 whole and half bbls., just received,
And for sale by
C. BRtWER & CO.,
Shingles and Redwood Boards.
ItTmrm f l f i REDWOOD SHINGLES
Ullsl'UU of estra quality,
25,000 feet R -d wood Boards, at lowest rates,
For sale by
C. BREWER k CO ,
291-lm Market Wharf.
OAn SACKS CALIFORNIA BARLEY,
.J J 650 sacks California Oats,
Just received ex Raduga, and for sale by
C. BREWER CO.,
291-lm Market Wharf.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF NEW TYLES OF
FANCY ARTICLES I
CHMSTMS & IHW YEARS
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFER AGAIN THE
Jl usual variety of lretty Thinus," lately imported, com
prising a collection of useful aud oruameutal articles, consisting
Picnic Necessaires, Traveling Necessaires,
Lailies Work baskets. Sewing Boxes,
Portable Traveling Cup,
Small Feather Dusters, Embroideries, Lamp Shades, Silver and
Silver Plated Corks,
A few of the eurioas "A ndrroou. lite Wizard Ttltr
North Trick Boxes.
The famous "MOSS PICTURES representing Sketch
es of Aineriean'and European scenery, true copies of natnre.
And a Variety of Other Xicknaclc.
AU of which are offered for sale at moderate prices.
Dolls and. Toys!
" 1'rab A't U.
" Plums, l'icLlexl Quince.
Preserved P'.'nis, Preservtvl Apples,
" Pesiches, " Crab Apples,
" Quince!, " Ul.icklcrrie,
Kaopljerries, 44 !?tr;iwJHrri,
44 Pineapples, 44 Cnuilterries,
44 C'lierriest, 44 Graj-es,
44 . Hack Curnintsi,
44 Kod 44 44 Pears,
Jellies Cranberry, Jellies Apple,
44 Quince, 44 Plum,
44 Grape, 44 Currant,
44 Quince Marmalade,
The above goods aro put up by Mrs. Ferring.
of Boston, expressly for family use.
JS.B. The above Fruits will be Bold at Boston
291-2ra 8. 8AYIDGK, Fort Street.
THE NEW SJOREOPEN.
CASTLE & COOKE
a K v. V n W PREPA It ED TO FFRNISII
A. from their new storj, opiosite the "Bethel," on the
must reasonable terms.
BOOTS Si. SHOES.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Slc
A good assortment of which will be kept on hand, and all
orders, wholesale or retail, will oe promptly atienueu w, uu
fait! fully executed.
NEW GOODS FOR THE LADIES,
Will be constantly received
And orders received for purchases to be made at the EAST for
Part of an Inruice of
Consisting of of a
CnAPlU.U. SILK SASHES. EPAULETS, BUTTONS,
SHOULDER STRAPS, &c.
For sale low.
IR. ATIIEBTON will e In attendance, and they would
respectfully invite those wishing to purchase, to call anu exam
ine foi themselves. ,
ACF.NTS FOll JAYSE'S ISVALUA
II L K IIOUSF.IIOI.O MEDICINES,
A fresh supply of which has just been received.
239.1m CASTLE It CJOKK.
SUPERIOR SALMON. PACKED THIS
7 Mlt nw lantiingex Kuss. lint '., snip iiorjizn.
For si.le iu qu: ititics to suit by
U. HACKFKLD Co.
Honolulu. No. 16, 18C1. 2Xl-2m
For small and large children, at
Yn UOLT i- IIELCK'S.
A very superior quality of
LIQUORICE JUICE !
A pure article for coughs and colds.
A choice assortment of
CANDIES AND CONFECTIONS!
For sale by
JOHN CATTAN ACII, at tlie Confectionary Store.
2SS-3m Nuuanu street, one door from Kins: street.
A Lot of French Clay Pipes.
For sale by
JOHN CATTASACII, at the Confectionary Store.
2S8-3in Nuuanu street.
. .Tussfc Hoccived !
From San Francisco!
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO!
ALSO On hand
Fine Havana and Manila Cigars!
With choice brands of
For sale by
JOHN CATTANACII, at the Confectionary More.
CASES LYONS' KATIIAIROV FOR
U. F. SNOW.
M- " " the Hai -, for sa! t manufacturiTS prict-s, by
200 Cords Best Fire" Wood
IlECElVEl) FROM MAUI AXD KAUAI,
IB. on the premises of the uudersipned, and lor sale hy
2s2-3ra vo HOLT tz HELCK.
AN EXCELLENT SEAL PRESS, XEW
and strong. For sale by
II. M. WniTNET.
XS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IIEREAF-
JL TtH, the undersigned will not be responsible for any debts
contracted iu his name without t s written order.
Tlonolnlu, Not. 2S, 1861. SHHm
Pilot and Navy Bread!
4" dgr I-BS. PILOT AXD X.IVT
Breal on hand and for sale by tbe
underitrned, at the lowest c.-h price.
282-Sm Corner Bichard and Qneen streets.
South Carolina Golden Seed Rice
WJERSOXS VISIIIX TO PROCURE 6KED
m ni inc KCIIUinc jAi,vni.n ni b, uMt)i 11 iu igvwj'
titles to suit by application at the Biokstre or to the the under'
signed, at his ga den in uuanu. fKO. K. KOSB,
JMm AboTe the R. II. A. 8. tianlens.
CIIAS. F. XEWMAX. TEACH
ER of the Piano, Melnleon, fcingmg and tier
r r Pianos and Mulodeona carefully tuned, etc.
Orders left at Box No. 77, Post Ornce, will receive prompt
Old Copper and
IJI RCII4SFD AT THE HIGHEST MAR-
LKT fRICH, by
n. nACKFELD k CO.
MAPS OF THE UNITED STATES
FEW MAPS OP THE UNITED STATES
on rollers. Frice H OO. For sale It
'jtH-lm n. si. nmiAi.1
II Y J. II. COLE.
Administrator's Sale. -
On ThnrInr, Jan. 2, 1S02, nt IO o'clock
At tlie Sales Room of th? Ute 3. V. Colborn, wiO U oid,
Ooo Fir Proof Sfe.
One pair Platform Scales,
One Lnrge Grain Mill,
Otie Letter Press.
And TAricty of OFFICE FCRXITTRE.
And Tarious Other Articles.
House For Sale!
THE HOUSE XOW OCCUPIED IIV
Mrs. Keriran, as a Geix-ral ttore, situated in Fort stm-t,
uearly fipii Mr. HunrrM' Ilillisrd Sin. M oftVrrd
Ut rvie. It is a two-.tr.r bu.l line, with Front th. I'inta
He m, r Mn. tok Ilotue and other eoneatetK.ea oa IM
ground floor, with two large airy and cuuveaieut rooiua up
Water is laid ou the premises, also ru pipe and 6ioes, la
short it is a mwit innnlimis an. I ha.inrM reaidencw, wad will
be sdl cheap. The sta-p window and twu side of tlK shop ara
Btuxl up with ripi"" uprieht glass show cm-s.
Tu be cAVired for sale by ihiUic auctkMi on SUurdar the 4th
January, is Dtit reri.ly disposed of by prtTat I
1 SEWIXCJ MACIIIXE,
On Wcdncadny. Jan. 8, nt 10 o'cl'k A. M.
At Sales Room, will be sold, a large ard tu-led assortment of
Consisting in part of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Cutlery, Glsjwi Wr,
Boots and Shoes, Farnlture.
F F E R FOR SALE THE FOLLOWIXO
t)ools, just received er Ilauoveriau bril
Bales Fancy Prlnta, . . ,
" I'ink and Yellow Prints
" Pun'le I'rinta,
" Ked and Black Priuta,
Lieht aud dark Blue Flannel
liiue Flannel hhirta,
India ttries or UimiUes,
AVhite and colored Moleskin,
lUack CoUoo civet.
Blue do. do.,
Itrown and black Linen Thread,
Cotton Threal, white, blue and Mark,
Bales Blauketa, assorted oolors, larf sites.
Black Silk Velvet,
Silk and Satin do
Vel ft Bracelets,
Blue ami black Hrosilcloths,
Black 8ilk Umbrellas.
CLOTH IXC, SHOES AXD HOSIKRT.
Blue and black Cloth Pants,
hatinet Pants, ' "
LAfeTlNQ QATTERS, '
Patent Leather Rhoea,
Brown Cotton Socks, . . t ..
Illue mixed do.,
fiued and colored do.,
Indies' white eiorkings
W onion do.,
guspRtiders, assorted. .' , ' ; ' ' ' ' ' I
HARDWARE.' ' "
Butcher KniTes. assorted, . .
Sharp's Nevilles, .
Table KniTes and Forks,
Jews' Harps. . .,
J ROC Bit I EM.
Crushed Sugar, - "s
t .. Vinegar, etc.
Holland Gin, In ease of 12 bottles each,
Bass A Co.' Pale Ale, In quarts,
11. Mareettl k Notts' do., do., -
II. lieetjeu's do., do.,
Barcla k Peril ills' Porter, do. .'.'.
Genuine Kau de Cobtrne, ,
" Labia' Kxlraet. : , a .
Kaw Linseed Oil,
Deck Liglits, assorted.
A si sMrlmrBl f Eagliafa Crw Ira.
iVcw Goods New Goods
HE UNDERSIGNED HAM JUST Bl
ceired ex recent arrivals, and offer kjC sale.
Fine White Flannel,
Ladies' Linen IIanlkcrchtefs.
New style of Mauve prints, .
i Fine assortment of Crape titiAWl,
" Irish Linen, ' "
Fine black and blue Cloth for ladle habits,
Superior Linen Table Damask,
Fine French Prints, ramall pattern,)
EHiM-rir Family White Cotton, ,
A superior assortment of Bilk Velvet Ribbons,
" " Ribbons,
" " Ladies' sod Jdissea Hoss,
Fine Linen Thread,
Rest English nil over Hogakln Saddle t
GENT'S LARGE SIZE GOOD WHITE SHIRTS.
GENT'S MERINO SOCKS,
A FEW PCPER SILK UMBRELLA R, (Whale booe frames.
3Perf ixm orles !
And a very extensive assortment of
Gftnoral 3riielinnliKo I
Which is now being offered at greatly reduced rate.
A. 8. C LEGHORN.
Honolulu, Not. 2S, 1S61. 288-3ni
Cabinet Makers and Undertakers.
the resident of Honolulu, and the island
generally, that they commenced basine)
in tbe above line, oa bee. 2, and solicit s si tare ol public patron
age. They have taken Uie (hop next door to the reaidenr of
J. II. Brown. Esq., on King; street, whers ail enter will b
promptly at ended to.
Est. rait are of all kinds made, and old frnitar repaired
or de f
ITnderlsiliisis; attended to with dispatch.
ALSO K re sir Is and VarsUk Pol is lag- done in
the best style. 2ftVm
BARBER SHOP !
TIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform the public, that be ha purchased the stork and
fixture on the -emise. recently oeeapiev hy Henry Voelker,
and that he will onntinoe tl Barter hoine.rf Uieremt, and
trusts that by attention to businw and proeaptn-, and ths
esecutioa t " the f jnsoriul art to merit a continuance of ths
.TTor of the former patrons of the eatald'ahment.
Having purchased all the .outstanding cl im due tba said
Voelker; all petvon imlelHed will please pay the same to, and
oblige. (2du.3m) F. W. LOBS.
FAMILY DRUG STORE !
J. SIITII & Co.,
CORNER FORT & HOTEL STS.
JUST RECEIVED EX RADUGA AND
COM err," a full assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer, Fish's Hair Restorer,
Woroi's " Burnet's Oriental Tooth Wash
Cumming's Tooth Wash, SpauMing's Ulne,
Castor Oil Capsnles, Fly Killing Paper.
Parisian preparation tnr Glove clearing,
Venconl f-r greeae spou. Cooper's Oelatloe,
Mrs. Winkw's bo-4hing gjmp,
Salts of Lnoa for ink Sots,
Chines. Vermillion, Lily White,
Trask's .Msun.tic Ointment
Cottar's flat Poison, Baby Powder,
Dickey's Flea powder. Hair Dye, .'
Mar. hall's Cterla Cathollcon.
Together with the usual aasortmunt of Patent Medicines.