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TBVRSDAT. MJRClt 13. 1V.3.
Tn rapper stwp tfkile S mat low, HWj, touched as tL!s
port oa the Jti, left b-r saa.1, anj proceeded oa to Chn the
wmi Trnii The Saa Fraac!ct advice received t-jr rr wer:
. to tb 23d.
On Km llLh, Che bark Btnefxetor, !.!. pasw-I tM port
- bads a prese of onTu. It alTd a fine sight to witness a
cUpprr aader foil sail, mating past at the rate of at least 1
ABO'S. A strong wind waa Mowiaj daring the day, an-1 the
Vra Best hare ran from Coca Head to Barber' Point, M
Biles, in lr than lo h-ar. cannot nj. -t clippers
alj to tone a here la passing, bat to U not t-x icueh to ask
sfiiaai. vbaa they caanot stop, to drop a t! of papers in
a backet or other ciotalner that wDl float, to he taken cp by the
boat which alway i go eat to meet tlitn. Wt eotnroeDd Capt,
VsrV example to other.
Tie prtttical news received by these vrels Is of the most
sirring 'Aaracter, and W13 be mnd elsewhere In our pepr.
I be wim rrial aws ia not important, aa4 He only cuang
noticeable ia the Saa Francisco snark-t i a rclacti-o in the
qootetloe of IraI trig articV. Flour ia ijutnl at $7 fefi ! &
, t 60 & $i per 100 It. fcmdakb Lland sorar, nominal
He for No. 1 So. S Pulo, dnil at 10c. S. I. -alt,
Tie bark Sfttdigtll had not arrived ep 'o th ftnilcj of the
24ta Febraary. She tailed beoce en the .:h, t3 P. 31.
A Bomber of shipe were soon to irave &n Franeiscc for
Chte porta,' ftN of which were to tonrh at Honolulu. The
abip Polynesia U likely to be the CnC and i 12 day oct to
day. . . .
The Schooner Hornet arrived on T-vJj lat from IluaLine,
;, with a cargo of 90, tOO oranges, en roate for San Francisco, ind
esWs again to-day. ftt bra. no oca- of u--. ;,ortaare from
CVraer.- 1 - -
The Josepnrnr, from the guano bliwl'. ne into pert on
taw 7th. II rr memoranda IU he fOrl brknr. :-V- i now
The atkooner Oi'rxz, at Kaoai, did not rn-t m h irem in
obtaining vweet pctatoee, which are high Ja-t t, in ib Cali
fornia turkeC When the Oad Ft Horn VC, hc IjJ nr aiW,
bat probably got off by Ue 4th (ustant.
LATEST DATES, receive, ml Ibio Ufllce.
(an Franeieeo.. ...... .Feb. 26
Xew Tore, (r-aprre? Jen. 21
trlnrapliit. Fro. 24
Tahiti Not. 1
Ilongkonr. ...Jan. 1
Syd&ejr, X. 8. W Not. 12
will be pLiceJ over them by the President, and
slavery will be a subject belonging only to Con
gress to settle. WhateTer be the solution of this
F-a F F4rtaco per Hornet, fvday.
F a Ltmt'.tA per Moikciki. ftordT.
K b Koii p-r Steamer, Tuesday next.
question, we believe the sentiment of the North
j is nearly unanimous, that slavery iuuot te con-
i trolled or abolished by Congrew.
! A Sereaaion Fla Ilaalrd !)
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Easterjj "twa. An entire change U taking place
in the mode of obtaining the news from the Eastern
Atlantic Slates and Europe; and our community,
which baa hitherto relied on New York, Boston and
Enjlirh ropers for ictellipenec. will hereafter bsT
to chtaiu the latest from California papers. The pic
torials and magazines will, howeeer, be as iudipeiii-
The public were startled List Saturday by the J able as ever. The telegraph now brings the must itn-
! announcement in the Polynesian, that it bad , portant news through instant.tueoualy, so that the
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r ob ccs.
F--r las xfrr-- Per Conwt. Mrrh 1
.ceased to be Secfsh. and intended to become a
victories and defeats of the American armies as well
as European advices, are published simultaneously
From lino per Nettie Merrill. Siarch 6 k-t k Bond. ! i tated to avow on the street, the warmest sympa
dtn" " 0u,ick, M l,re' Mr K'r',, "d 50 ! thy for the rebel Ere-eaters of t!ie South, because
row U'iMieaiD P4.ET4 per K'.'.aea. March 9 lrt Wiht . I... Mira .utitvnil tn Kn'nurn at C'liarleston. Or in
t and 2 cnihinn. It Hill-raml. Mr liaik-T. Prf W f Alexand-T, j , rf, , , . . , - , - .
2Slawiiaol Muter Bald in. 51 in Vu-rl rar. Jl:i('rne
Oiekinaon. Ilarrey Kog-rt, Aihert Lyur. It cain, and 1U3
For WtDifD P"irr per Kilana, March 11 t. ! Twrit,
I wife and 2 eliil'li-n. Mr llrmpMcad. C Krewer, II 11 -kiiiwn.
j IU K Bund. A U Cartwrixht. JnoaLd Wm Corr.weU 10 caUn,
j a&d aboot l0d-rk m-ne-r.
r j :. EXPORTS.
! Some of the blockaded rat-holes of that neighbor
liod, long enough to say he had seen a live slave
and discovered the beauty of Southern slavery.
Only now, when the Union cause is triumph
ant, and victory alur victory is recorded wit!
almo6t incredible rapidity, dots he dare to come .
i1m a large and well conduct-
out and disavow his petit iou of hostility to the 1 ej ehett, and publishes the same telegraphic advices
! F' ?i FJa i prr V itmrt, Mirrh '
tb) polo. VTt km (1 2t. JS lt ucur. 216 ac
I'Xat-1, T3W) tfca weet pmaton, 2,a5 n.-kf a
American Government. He calls on us to "back
! un our assertion bv a line or a word, wherein he
v -i I -
31 S hales (44 tl'5
k, and l'i hr
ton.ii, wo t liquid, wi pumpkiiip. 1 1 k i.utier. 1 tri 1 jiaa (.xrTcascd approliation of the enterprise or
he-f, 2 brie I-urk, 1 cak Kiibi, 17 carra Jtllow metal, St kTT I 1 , .
nail. 1 bri and l raw wh:,ky, 1 mrin. 1 cheat and l tkg 1 pvmratliy with the success of the .Sjutuern
' . L , 1 . I , .III .1 , I. .... t - .
. furniture, 1 box, 1 baud, 1 tiller, and 1 atcerluz B(ara'.a.
IT Ism ajtb Cnxi Mru n.e iM-'ta ! illo
tratra the ordktary time encMuned in th irnn-n.Kooo p.
au' aat malla to oe frm LooJoa and the lac-, nam-rd. by
th orerUod roow. By addiniT ten day to the-. e may t
tasr the ordinary time to or from New TorV. We add,
the ordinary Ure by aalRng eetaell firm Locdon an 1 New York
to euaae of the ptacea nam :
Ordinary time By tullinz ,v
Fm. Lejdon or Lirerpool ay mail ,
fr.im London. Jm London, fat .V. X.
ToJuoan Tedo....... .... ....
Kaaacawa ...........74 to SOdajre.
Nacsmkl.... eatn7 "
China Peking (W to 11
Ta4ala CT to M
Baakow.. fri to 71 "
haobai... MloM "
Foo-chow-foo ftotoSO "
Amny MIoM "
Bwatnw... ......altotfa -1
Z Canton ....... 4tofrl
FniMptfw Manila.. ...a3 to fi7 -Coekia-Chini
Balna 44 to 44
Warn B,aki k .......4 to
Veno Lsboaa ...... 41 to M
Sarawak. ..... ....... .63 to 61
Jbt Batarni .43 to 4T
Malacca St a Singapore 17 to 41
rrnni Sato 39 "
, ,UuMTt Mertkmnl? Mafazrnt. -
t 4. l i t - m
Smrc ir Mtsratntss. The MViwing dr.-riptla aod
muKHiea of avtrcbandlae were rrported to oa aa on band in tbe
principal pnbltc WarrbotMea in San Franrtsco Prcrmber Slat.
iMI. It ia ajn neceaaary to oKarrra that f bey do not form onr
entire etck of thweati-iue arttde euuiut 1 ted. A larse amount
f (nods in tbe band, of Jobber ami in ; rirate rores ia not in
tioded. From the data here (irrn, lioweTrr, ami the lit of
SSercbaadbo la bood, parties in the trade may arrive at coo
elici aaflVlntly ao urate for boaiws parpoeea. For con
, wraiosoa of reference and aoanperisou, we alao in--rt In nppceito
J eaaamnw, ine atecaa 01 tame articles at same penod in lcv.
1 Cosoa t'OLLlc In ChitUr.ann. N. V on Twaday, I're.
I 21. by the Kee J. K. Talmare, lot. gsmiuel l Cond, nt the
i llarelnrk Fljrln Artillery, N. Y. S. V, anl fonuerly of Hf.no.
J luiJ. Hawaiian lilanda, to Klitabetn I.-, daoghU-r of Jacob Col
I Her. E., ef Chittenangi, N. .
Urntt-a M Wo rPftlv III Yiinlce fitvlo. bv
I C k ' aaa j j - w
! asking him when he has ever inserted " a line
oraword"ii favor of the Union cause ? If he
has done it, nobody knows of it; on the con
trary, the worst coloring has invariably been
given, and every base inuendo thrown out against j
the Union cause and Lincoln administration ;
as the Bulletin. It is the oldest paper in California,
and is preferred by tnanj to every other.
The Sacramento Union is perhaps the best paper
published in California, and were it not that it usual
ly reaches us a week later than the San Francisco
journals, owing to its being published in an inlaud
city, we should recommend it before its compeers.
The Herald and .Mirror (now united) also pub
lishes a weekly edition, which is much cheaper than
For a French paper, the Pacifiaue stands first.
Apple, dried, half brl. ..
Beef, brl ,
BTf. halt brl. ,
Matter, nrklnav. .......
1 Baiter, catk!
C and Ira. half tx'Xea...
Crffar, Rio, sacks
Cedre, Manila, aacks .........
Cotftw. Jara, aacka.... .........
Codnab, draaaa. ...............
Mackerel, aalf beta
Maskeret. kit ........... . .
"llama, prime, tierces...... ......
Ham, patent, brie ............
- Url, kega
Otka, elira, aaacs) .
UU.otbee kUni, cat
Pork, me, aria .............. .
Park, nwaa, half bria
Para, clear, brio...............
fytrk y-aee.1; fyt-.. . . .,
kic. beta ,
- ft iK, case. ....................
i. 8tbags..,......OT. .........
S Mar, crashed, brl ............
Cr. craabed. half oris........
8oar, raw, bags...
9otar, raw. hh.1. ........ ......
Barar. raw. brl,. . . . . ,
laa'sPhatsal Ilwsiwlailei, ia March.
New Moon... .29
PORT OP HOSrOX.TJX.TJ. II. I.
atarch 8ch Kaasenamehn IV, Stone, frnm KM.ii, with
kegs w car, 20 hides, 2 krgs bottrr.
8ch Jeaonetta. J oh noon, fmaa Malik, with 111 krea
. aogar, Zl barrel mgiaases, 9 bags fungtu, and o
THURSDAY, MARCH 13.
! Tuk news to which our readers have Leon
! treated, by the past three arrival, has bocn laid
, betoro them before fifteen days had transpired
I since it was forwarded by the wires from New
i York and Washington. What would have been
"" 1 thought by our old residents, Some of w hom are
SiSQtofcoo I tstlll living, had it been prophesied to them
. . twenty years ago, that in the year 1802 the cur
rent event transpiring in Washington would
llll llll ; be printed and read in Honolulu fifteen days
! later. Great as this change is, the next twenty
.... 'years will doubtless produce greater, and by
iia iliito izio j some simpler and lew expensive means than is
. . "" ' now known, Honolulu will daily talk with Lon
don, Xew ork. and Washington. For the
present we are satisfied to receive our news with
the speed it comes. A year ago, when the tele
graph was being commenced, we predicted that
the year 13C2, would see n in receipt of news
from Washington enly ten days old, and we are
now still firmer of that conviction, though four
teen days is the shortest time as yet.
Never during any former political commotion,
has foreign news been so eagerly sought for,
as during the existence of the Southern rebellion.
And this is natural, for probably no war since
Napoleon's Campaigns has disturbed the com
merce of the principal nations, and the prosper
ity of the whole world, us has this. Its influ
ence ia felt in the ware-houses and counting
rooms of the largest importing merchants in
every port of the globe. Every city in Europe
feels its effects, as well as every Indian or Poly
nesian, who clothes himself in some form with
the great Southern staple cotton. The wLole
world, in a greater or less degree, feels by its
in America, and is consequently more deeply
interested in its progress and termination than
in any previous war that ever existed. It is this
fact a personal money interest that creates
such anxiety regarding it. And being thus
J deeply concerned in it financially, we believe
that the whole world will rejoice at the prospect
of the restoration of peace, the return of trade
to its legitimate channels, and the reduction of
prices to their former and just valuation.
Viewed in this light, the last news from
America, of glorious victories of the Union
army, is most welcome, foreshadowing the early
return of peace. The secession of the State of
Tennessee from tho Southern Confederacy, and
her return again into the Union, will seal the
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I on.l i. f.. . r.cAfd.aM. , ,1 i"' ..--. 171.... rr..,.
: while every false rumor favorable to the rebels i . .. , ..
J ... , , I as a tnediuru for late news, the latter now arriving
lias ueeii truuipeieu us i.iti.. i 10 n. mv
rebel flag over the Polynesian is hauled down,
when the rebels themselves are hauling it down
and surrendering their arms. It is perfectly 6afe
for it noip to show Union colors in Honolulu,
and beg the patronage of the L'nion men here.
The truth is, the Polynesian, ever since the re
bellion broke out, has been " on the fence,"
its sympathies with tho rebels, but it has not
dared to speak openly. And it pursue tho same
course on most subjects, seldom speaking out un
equivocally concerning anybody or any clasp,
tzccpliny only the American Missionaries. Re
garding them there is no doubt how it feels,
thinks and acts, for it allows no opportunity to
slip to traduce, villify and abuse them, with or
without cause, and would even roast them, if it
We should not have taken tbe trouble to notice
its remarks to ' whom it may concern," wero
not the public pretty generally 44 concerned" in
the matter. It admits reluctantly that the news
was very important, but failed to find it out until
it sees all the rebel flags struck. It's marvellous
what a change comes over some people's vision
when erreat victories occur. After reading though
very irregularly by overland mails. The Pacifique
is however an expensive paper.
The Bulletin, Alta and Union are now regularly
received by express from Sullivan's depot in San
Francisco, in advance of the mails, and constitute
the best and most reliable foreign newspapets obtain
able. See advertisement.
Honolulu Riflfs. A meeting for the election of
officers was held at the armor; on the evening of
Saturday 1st inst., when the following were chosen
for the ensuing year :
Coionrl Hi Mnjesty KiMtUAUKDA IV.
Captain J. H. ltrovrn, Ksq.
lr Lituttnant F. C. K-uyer, Eq.
2d S. K. It aw m, Ki.j.
V-d " Willimn Iluncan, Kq.
(quartermaster J. II. l'nty. Ks.
.4si(. Quartrrmastrr II. K. II. I'KISCE or HiWAII.
Sur-)ron Dr. S. P. Fonl.
Orderly SirgeantU- II. Neville.
ZJ ierytantC. T. Gulick.
!id " W. Dennett.
4th " B. Brickwedde.
Color Sergeant f. I he.
Ijf Corp.,TatC. E William".
Id A.J. McKitm-y.
Zd " V. Piea-Hri.
4 W. IR-rrn-k.
tiecrttaru J. A. IlA-isinrer.
Amistant Secretary William Andrews.
Treasurer George Clurk.
Soon to Armvk. The following vessels were ad
verti.ed at San Francisco, for China, and some of
its poor apology, and noticing its crocodile tears, j ,hem wil- probably touch at this port and leave mails :
- r. . , , , - . ... f ., .. .m. mip eoivnesia, mj!. io- ton, to tail reo. "js, to touch
one is left to no alternative, 111 looking tor a rea- at J!nn,UU. 'u here M.irch J:u,u
on for the non-issuing of an extra, but to assign ! Am- s',:p J'onu' ; , Hansen . .'i9 tons to ,ii Mrch 1st to 10H1.
0 Am. hii Mary Hhitridfte. Crey, 1,000 tens, to sail March
that given by us, notwithstanding the uiMivowai ' in. to touch at Honolulu.
, t. : . r.,..e..V. 1 ,1. ! hiP Crnadall, to sail about March 10th.
tuauu u ii. iii "t Am. bark Florence, to sail Murcb. lOtli to IS1I1
Sen Nettie Merrill, HV-rres, from Bilo and Kohala,
wita SOO kecs and loo mat aacar, 60 lcs coffee,
- S7 tar polo S bag fungn. W bklea. I cannc
7 am briet Josrphloe, f tone, 22 days from tbr tinano
Am cHpper slJp Foropa. Robrtaon. 14 d from
San Franriaea, delrrered her mail, and ontinurd
on ber cnorea for SaaiMthae.
Sch Odd Fellow, Candage, frm Knloa, wi.h ZM l ags
sugar. 1M brl, moUfatea, 2 pk? buBer. 11 muira,
etc.. 2 cabin and deck petr,Ter.
Sch Qwcen, Clark, trom Koolaa, with 4 turkeys, 2
geawe and 1 pig.
9 Steamer KUanea. BerrilL fruu a indward rr, with
M bale pal a. bales ntnrus. 19 bair wool. 9 imf
coffee. 64 bets potatoes. 16 pkc beef. 6 krg, au jar,
2 k-r butter, 4 hi.le, 20 bdu pot, 2 do awa. a es
Coptr. t canoe, tl head cattle, 3 horses, 23 h fA,
. and btrtre quaotity of natire freight,
tl Sch Hannah, Antone, front llikt, with bi kes suar,
64 ba1es punt 6 bales lungue. 10 goat Jkius, lx of
tnracea, and 17 deck pa-sengrrs.
, V SJch Manookawai, Haley, fmm Kao and Kona, with
' 'H bar pal. 4 bale fantra, atont 3VJ f at kin(,
4 hums. 1 bailor k. and 10 paamrcr.
' JO Am dipper ship W hhe Swallow, Kllrrjr, 17 day fm
. San graneiaoo dclHr.reJ mail maurr, atfi vj.U-d
to the afternoon t Hongkong.
11 Tahitiao sch flornec. Dean, 30 days fin ITnahinr. r.
- - ljaaorl. su iwwie for r.a Fnnrtr- witU 90.l0
Off J'f put trt here for repatrs.
11 Asa dipper bark rVncfactre-. Ir:,, 12 dae tv f.
an I'rajiciseo delirered papers, and cotiiiuiK.d
aa ht-r course tar China.
11 Sch Kroui Ana, Bkeki, trom Kauai, with II crds
eleventh hour, thrown off the mask, and avows
itself openly for the Union, we will cheerfully
give it credence so long as it adheres to its resolve.
In concluding its apology, the Polynesian tries
to make out an attempt on our part " to insult"
foreigners resident here, in commenting on Euro
pean affairs. It's a very narrow and niggardly
mind that can put such a construction on our
remarks. The idea thrown out was taken from :
Am. ship Comet, Todd, IS06 tons, to sail March lith to 20th.
The bark Speedwell, Paty, had not arrived over
up to the 2Cth of Feb., (17 days out,) but probably
did by the 28th. If so. she would leave on her return
uh,ut the 12th inst. By the above list of vessels it
6eerus that we shall be favored with frequent mails
and intelligence from the Atlaotic States and Europe.
llF.PAinixo. The brignntine Josephine which re
turned last week from one of her flying trips to the
an English paper, which declared that it was not guano islands, is undergoing repair by Messrs. D.
rjrudent for England to enter on a war with I Foster & Co. She is having a new stern put in,
America without the surport or co-orieration ot ; nr timoers Oeing entirety uecayea aoout ten ieei
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France. The Polynesian s talk of " insult,"
shows the narrow mind that controls its columns.
Insult ! Why, he has not yet read Russell's scath
ing letters on American politics, written under
the very shadow of her capitol. Like Dr. Rus
sell, we go in for free speoch and an independent
press; and we are sure that no liberal-minded
Englishman will ever take offense at what we
may say, though such tongue-tied scribblers as the
Polynesian has, may do so.
The bark Benefactor passed this port on Tuesday
P. M. without stopping, but threw overboard a file of
San Francisco papers to Feberuary 27, reporting 12
doom of the rebellion. The report is brought by j days passage. We are indebted to Mr. J. U. Price,
the telegraph that Gov. Harris of that State, J who was the only person that went off, or obtained
has issued orders that all soldiers shall lay down j WT from 'be bark- Immediately on the receipt
their arms. This a: first glance may seem iin- cf the neW8' e issue1 a "fa
probable. But when we remember that late The new9 con,inuM ,0 of the raost interesting
j - . . , . character, clearly showing the hopelessness of tbe re-
advices announced the Union men as having ' . , . ,-. V.
OealOD, auu tuts uieeuuiiiturc ui uic traitor teaucra.
We may sum up the principal items of interest be-
i low, referring our readers for further details to our
from her rudder. Her planking is very thick, about
four inches, and with the present repairs, she will be
as staunch and serviceable as ever. Capt. Stone re
ports everything quiet at Jarvis, Baker's and How.
laud's Islands, and the Company's agents on each
all well. f
ST " Old Van lerbilt," as the Californians like
to call the Commodore, has again been showing his
high heels. During the floods, the postmaster in
San Francisco took the responsibility to send the
Eastern mails by the I'auama Steamer. Hearing of
it, the old commodore issued an order to detain the
mails ten days at the isthmus, just to vent his spite
on the dear California people. The Bulletin pitches
into h'.m with a vengeance, and prays t'lat tho grave
may open speedily for his miserable carcase.
risen in Nashville, tho capital of that State, to
resist the rebel authorities, ant. that Gov. Harris
goat skins, (ungos, etc
Varch Sch Kamehameha IV, Morse, for Lahafna.
7 Sch, Jeannetta. Johnson, T Maiiko.
Am bark Comet, Smith, for 9n Francivo.
S Sch Nettie Merrill, Borres, for Moiokai, Lahaina and
' -' HOW
ft Sch Kamoi. Shepherd, for lahaina and KahnlnL
19 gen Odd Fellow. Candaire. for Uanak-i and K-doa.
19 ch Hannah. Antone. for Lahaina and Hilo.
- 11 Steamer Kllauea, Herri II. for Lahaina. Kona and
other windward porta, with n good freight and
and a probable destruction by fire, has given
: this order to lay down all arms. It goes to show
j that the Union sentiment is powerful in the
I heart of the slave territory.
j The Union army has probably now got little
j or no fighting to do in this quarter. It has
only to march on through the South, allow the
lV-Sch yape'A. from Kb"'oJi ard i-inaina, Union sentiment again to speak out, capture the
with 20bndla hay, 6 boxes mdav,M fa:J.rt. 2 bi.dls I,.,. , 1 ' '
; reoei leaaers, tase possession 01 all tlie lorts and
: other government property, and take all arms
; and ammunition away from the rebels, and send
j them to Washington. We think the fighling is
j virtually ended, and that the Union army will
j move down to New Orleans without any formid
able opposition. There may be some fighting
yet in Virginia, or on the seaboard coast, but
the probability is that the month of March will
witness the army of the rebels entirely dispersed.
Well, what next? Aye, there's the question,
what next? And it is certainly as important a
question as was that hote the rebellion should be
i pot down. There will probably be a diversity of
. opinion regarding it. One thing, however, is
! certain, tbe slavery question, which has been the
, sole cause of the rebellion, must be settled now
It cannot be permitted to
exist as an element to foment future rebellions,
but must be placed beyond all peradventare in
that respect. In its settlement, the South will
have nothing to say. She has openly and avow
edly withdrawn herself from the bonds and obli
gations of the Constitution, and has forfeited
all rights and claims under that instrument.
. .,e 7..1 . 1 on.l n nnm lk. n v. i . . C . I.
Cornell. of tark Martha. There has been no rain at either cf ." J 1 i.mn.t, ut me
. W a. t a . S . .
the bUod dming the pat winter. Aboot Jan. so, aa.ufore 'teuerai uovernment, wnatevcr mat veraict may
sty Briaatia JmstpJkine, Stone, report Soiled from Hnao
lota Jan. 20 1 bad south winds from lat. tc 4 0 N. ArriTed
at Jarvat Islaavl so the COtb, but tbe surf belr.g beary, st o-l off
and oa till' put day. . Tbe whalers OtheUc, South Boston and
Martha bad touched there after braTirg UocoloJu. On Ires
'saanang of Jam. tt, at day 2st. a l1 clip per ship was seen
nately, bewerer. the dangrr was dcoTered Just In time, and for Juture time,
Bh Stood off again did not speak her. Fet. 4, Irft Jerri, and
Hired st Baker's Island 00 the O h. Mr. Smith repoits quit
naaaber of reaada harlcg passed none of them communicated
- with the shore, being prevented through tho hk;h surf which
prevailed. CapC KIRmer, of the Othello, held communication
sjjta Mm by Beans of a native swimming off sad placing totters
la cask, on one of the Booor!nga, which were lost, together with,
the boat, ia stftoaaung to bring then, ashore rest day. Next
jauso1 fog Bowta&d'S bland, and arrived, on the 11th. Hr.
Kinney reports high sorf, and had receirrd a Tieit from Capt.
be. Liko a criminul convicted of treason, she
can expect no mercy, and can only accept what
is granted her.
Whatever status the South may occupy after
the rebellion is ended, her glory has in a measure
element is a stron throughout the .Southern
States r.s it is supposed and has thus far lx-en
ad-A vessel was observed at sundown, tear Baker". I!and
ba was not fas sight next day. Feb. 13, left Ilowlind'a Inland
fog Henolataj bad very unsettled wiods atd weather ail through
the trade-wind latitude. Made ftaoai on Moudsy, March 3d,
and was two days becalmed arrived at H.xtolulj on tl Tib.
Ship jraitc SmaJlaut, EUery Left aa Fraucuco Feb.
JZtl first &t days bad moderate breezes from V.f. Vf sfler
that bad CghC, Tariabia winds from N.W. to K.N K. Arrived
ySBoooluia March 10. at 7 A. M, landed the n. !, nc, and
sailed Sfaia ia the an em 000 tug Uonskoo?.
jj. Bchoooer Hornet, Dean Left Boahine, focii tt bland.
;&. 9, bound to San Francisco with 90.000 oranges. March 3.
took a beary gale In lat. 21 N-, long. 151 VV. 5 had aillw r
'aaila carrkd away,' and .was compelled to pat back here for
(cpalrs. Capt. Dean reports tbe schooner Sea Witch as Laving
. tv m.i taih.Mnnl rhen aha intends to ioio
the schooner IXboKho. There were two whalers at Tahiti whm j They can, if their argument is to be taken, only
the Hornet left, one of which was he bark Monmouth: bo readmitted as States or territories, and on this
CT Scbooasr Olixda, Gregg, sailed from Horylula ea the . . tfc dIscu8eU)ri in Congress. If as
iTMiL.aeiitB KauaL where .he procured aboat 2O0 brls. j o
.T-sTa .ailed aboof M.-b la. for rvaae.. trriiri-, then thir gnVrrnorw and other ofW
LLl. I I II LI - 111 ! I lll.-ri
I 1 1 " I T I 11 1 . re. -a m . - '
uau iiiHiseii oeen compeiieu to nee to .Memphis firgt th;r(i anj fourth pages.
for safety, the report becomes more worthy of ; port Donelson. on the CuruberUol River in
i credence. Probably a majority of the people in .'Tennessee, surrendered unconditionally to General
j the State are Union men, whoso voice lias been i Grant, Sunday morning, Feb. 16. The victory eni
siippressed by tbe power of the rebels; and the ! braces three generals, 400 commissioned officers, 15.
; Governor, to save his own neck as well as to savo j 000 soldiers, and 1,000 subsequently taken, who
; '.he city of Nashville from the effects of an attack j wcre Soin8 ,0 reinforce tl,e for, "J0-000 rta"d of
arms, 8,1100 horses ana equipments, it nei j pieces,
17 large fortress guns, aud over one million dollars
worth of equipments, stores, baggage, &e., constitut
ing one of tbe greatest victories ever recorded in an
cient or modern warfare.
Columbus, Kentucky, has 20 to 30,000 rebel
troops, now surrounded, which will probably also
have to surrender, as an attack on the place ty the
Union forces would be made in a few days.
Nashville was taken possession of Feb. 22, by
Geo- Buell and 10.000 Union troop; tho rebel forces,
Governor Harris and all, fleeing to Memphis. The
American flag floats over her Capitol.
Commissioners are reported to have been ap
pointed from Tennessee, to proceed to Washington
and seek the re-adiuiesion cf tbe State into tbe
Uniou. This is probably correct, and she will doabt
less be promptly re-admitted into the Union as a
S tvannah is reported as fully occupied by the
Federal troops, but we have not the statement in the
At Richmond, Va.. an organization of 3,000
Union men bad been discovered, wbo hold themselves
ready whenever supported by government aid, to de
clare their sentiments.
Vice-President Stephens has recignt-d, disgust
ed with the state of affairs in rebelJooi.
Gen. Scott has been appointed special plenipo
tentiary to Mexico to endeavor to settle theembroglio
with that government and the European powers.
This would indicate that the American Government
has resolved to step into tbe dispute and have a word
to say in the matter, if not to settle it.
On tbe whole, the news is most cheering, and the
last hopes of the rebels are now vanishing, and the
prospects of a speedy, and we trust lasting peace
j The ship Polynesia was to have left San Francesco
j on the 1st of March for Honolulu, and will probably
bring a mail and California weeklies of tbe 1st of
March, with fuller details than have yet been received.
Wheat. From Maui we learn that the growing
wheat crop is looking very well. Most cf it is be
yond the reach of the cut worm, which has been
destructive to some Sel ls. There will be a demand
for at large a crop as cau be raised, and the only
way to prevent importations of wheat aud flour is to
raise nitre. Speaking cf flour, we may add that
the article now being manufactured at tbe mill from
California seed wheat, is the finest flour ever offered
in this market, as it is also tbe freshest.
CossrLsniP Dkclixmv We have seen a letter
from New Vork, which states that Mr. Samuel L.
Conde, (son of Rev. Mr. Condti of E. Maui, and a
native of that island.) was nominated by Pres. Lin
coln as American Consul at Ililo. Having received
about the .auie time, an appointment as Lieutenant
of a dashing Artillery Company, called the Ilave
lock Flying Artillery," he preferred the honor of
serving as a soldier in his fatlierU.id to that of a
civilian in his native land. .
Robbebt. The store of Messrs. Mossman S: Sen,
departed. Should it turn out that the Union jm notei Btrcet, -vas entered on Wednesday night,
oth inst., and betweeu Ss0 and S'100 worth of dry
goods, tobseco, cigars, etc.. stolen therefrom.
; found to bo, it will lie a powerful argument
' towards the restoration of the States to the posi
! tion formerly held by them in the Union. They
1 are, or have claimed to be, out of the Union.
Improvements. We notice that Honolulu is be
coming more like a civilized city every day. The
streets are undergoing repair, and sidewalks and
drains are being constructed, under the active
supervision of Capt. Luce and his deputy, Mr. C. W.
Hart, who has charge of the gang of government
road-makers. The read out to Mauoa valley has been
lately repaired, making a pleasant carriage drive.
So also ia other directions, substantial improvements
j3T Capt. Pavis of the clipper bark Benefactor,
will please accept the thanks of the mercantile and
foreign community of this port for his courtesy in
leaving a file of San Francisco papers in passing
Honolulu on the 11th of March. The bark did not
stop, but Capt. D. had the forethought to put the pa
pers into a keg, covering it over with canvas, which
was dropped over th? stern and picked up by the
Small Bcsixess. We learn that Mr. Charles II.
Perby went over to San Francisco in the Comet,
taking with him five kanakas and one wahine, fcr
tbe purpose of opening an exhibition in that city.
A man must be pretty hard up for employment to
undertake an exhibition of these islanders and their
disgusting dances in a civilized country and to a
5?" The steamer Saginatc, which our readers
will remember visited Honolulu some two years since,
has been condemned in China. She was built at
Mare Island, California. Her officers arrived at San
Francisco in tbe ship Swordfisk, and were immedi
ately placed under arrest, by the United States
The steamer left ou Tuesday for Kona, Hawaii,
on which route it is proposed in future to keep her.
She will leave every week, and touch at all the ports
that she has heretofore been accustome J to touch at,
except Hilo. This withdrawal from Hilo has been
recommended on the score of economy.
.' rr .. .1 Tr . Te .-1 . f.. . 1 nrl tl.on it tma rtn in
W f I. . i t'fW., IIIVU'IVI DUtVl. &UU V ...
r CA r,A' I. I rr voroe. jiinrn 5 .'ir. - r, nor ! ! i . -,., r, r , . . ,
.. . .... . . .. , 1 1- , r , .- e. iti ar inilnnin Krnrwn and it i nnw nprTim.
. ctiinnm. 3ir it jo.r K-n an.i cii: .iren. j i htwh, t a nan column oi apologizing, ai ier reauir.g wnicil - - - -
J T U aterhouar. J inr . B F liurham. C II Derhr, DO Whitney, i . itj .1 1 ti i ir an imcroTrJ and res ulnteJ that the dispatches
wm woo.,. in. .Th.- Mrin.rr.T- w li k-.,. o-hre J.a one is Tiuzzled to know what he does think. The ,ns " improved ana reguiaiea. mat me uispatcnes
4 IllTaiiar.f 21. I A:,r.r ,.f ,V, P.,;,,..,,,. f... mnntV Ima mil hpsi.
I - m we tii .at ''-7u's awe. auvu ,isk ihm aw
received by it give general satisfaction. The result
will be more San Francisco papers will be taken,
and fewer Eastern and European. The San Francisco
Weeklies are very large papers, filled with late and
copious Eastern and European news. A raong them
The If 'eekly Bulletin appears to take the lead,
and fcr the ability with which it is conducted, and
for its high moral tone, justly racks first. Its tele
graphic dispatches are very fu'.l, and its Eastern and
" 1 European correspondence most excellent.
tf 1 The Weekly .ilU is al
Polynesia Tbits, It is not often that so stir
ring news is received here as that from the Benefac
tor. Only one shore boat went off oa Tuesday, that
of Mr. J. R. Price, of tbe Fort street Market, who
obtained a file of -L'jj to tbe 27th of February, with
news from Washington only 14 days eld. On land-
! ine. Mr. P. fought the publisher of the Ci,tnnerrijl .
iutt-nd;ng the file f..r hiui. Nvt find'ug him, the pa
pers, excepting me which was loahcl to Col. Pryer,
were sent up to Mr. Postmaster Clark's dwelling,
suposiug they would reneh us si-onest thereby.
They appear to have teeu taken possession of by Mr.
A. Potter, of the Polyr. 'stan tffice, who also went to
the Commissioner's and obtained the remaining
one. although we hal unsuccessfully solicited the
favcr of copying a few iteais from it, not kuowiug
that the paper was brought on shore for us. Learn
ing this fac, we procured an order for it, and after
having been Huffed off by the assertion of ."'-r. P.
that the papers were at the p. lace, we succeeded, j
about 10 P. M., iu finding them in Mr. Fortander's !
Our primers, who by the bye, are thorough bred I
Uniou men, eager for a chance of rushing out an j
extra, turned out instautly aud worked bravely, and
at 2 o'clock in the morning, a three column extra j
was printed and circulated about town. They do-
serve the thanks of the public for the enthusiasm
displayed in the effort. The Polynesian is reported
to have got out a few items on a slip which it called
an extra, but we believe the edition was suppressed.
We like a little euterprising jostling now aud then j
in newspaper matters, its our native element; but!
we like to see it done honorably, and not have what
belongs to us surreptitiously appropriated by rivals, i
as was the case ou Tuesday evening, they having
abstracted the papers from the Postmaster's charge, j
I either without or with his consent, (the latter, as
we judge from the Polynesian's tbauks,) though
they were procured for and intended for the Com
mercial Advertiser. We send off a boat to nearly
every vessel from San Francisco, anl our annual
boat hire exceeds $?200, while we question whether ;
the Polynesian sends a boat outside tbe reef once
a year. '
We have to thank the publio for the interest man- J
ifested to obtain the news on Tuesday, and they j
would have had it that evening, but for tbe accident j
referred to. So long as we publish a paper, we
mean not to be distanced by any competitors in j
spreading the earliest news before our readers. I
Mr. Price's feat in obtaining papers from the Ben - j
ef actor is not often done. The baik was going along j
at a fearful rate 15 knots or thereabouts under a j
press of canvas, everything set, studdingsails aud j
all, and its a risky thing for a boat to approach a
ship's track at such a time. Capt. James ran alongside
the George Lee last week in the same way, and
obtained a paper or two, but generally it don't pay.
Neither vessel stopped, the Polynesian's assertion to 1
the contrary nothwitbstanding. j
General Order, o. 52.
NOT ISSUED BY THE SECRETARY OF WAR.
Head Qr aiittiw. General XrasrET,
PcsTT DaT, 18 HI SDREl), & WERT HOT. J
Ia consideration of the great increase of babies in
late years, and of the prospect of more to come, it is
hereby ordered that an Infant-ry School be shortly
established on Porch Bowl Hill, where all of the ris
ing generation, who are about cutting their eye teeih,
will be required to attend.
All k'eiki's entering the establishment must be pos
sessed of g 'od luniss, with a disposition to disturb the
nocturnal slumbers oi neightioring bachelors and un
married ladies of an uncertain age, and with a prop
erly developed corpt ration.
jrVf, 50 cents per quarter, or its equivalent iu poi,
brown soap, sugar cane, rice or molasses caudy.
The following branches will be carefully thumped,
piuched and switched into the cranium of each pupil :
I. tJem-ral instruction in the art of suckug thumbs
II. 1 Light DiTtsion, composed of aU babies weighing ha
than 5 lb.
2 Heavy Pir.pion. large. ft aud ohetivpulous babira,
over 6 anj less U:mi liO lbs.
3 Paregoric 1'ivUiun, cutapuuug such as are inclined to
to the ctiolic.
III. 1 School of the baby, with bare arms and hair sprout-
i ii if.
2 MviMon of shawl pins. 1 square yarJ linen requir
ed for each.
3 Kirision led with a spoon.
4 Instruction in skirmUhing, sprawling, scratching,
pullius hair. &c.
6 Foracing gruel, attaLinff and demolishins.
ti Onlrr of battle present mutrs, open months. forma
tion of throats, natural dispo"'1"0 w for more,
rear of open order march, carrying the fuU ones
off the held.
7 Ambuscades sudden attack; in the night, scresm-
inc, use of laudanum, squalling iu church, op;-oi-tiou
to the choir, set the spauk-er Chef pardon,
STRATEGY AND LOGISTICS.
IV TJef nitior. art cf frk. ping with one t je Trent Fwallrw.
ing pins, points di wnwanls; the use of the IwUle;
varieties of milk; difference betweeu cow's milk and
V. History of the formation of rocks; the big guns of the
present era; the manufacture of bricks; their general
effect in a hal; their use as projectiles; theory of
pointing; natural consequence to window sash, their
VI. IU organization and usefulness In our town; riding
gracefully; the art of holding tipht to the pommel
with both hands; inclination ol some horses tn bite
and kick; how to keep your leg out of the way. N.
B. The Bactriiin Camel has been hired at grer.t ex
pense and will be in constant attendance, that the
pupils mar learn to hump" themselves properly.
VII. A course of sprouts, steamer stock, Koolau gold dig
ging, and patent uiediciues.
v n v,,;i will not be nhVm-ed to smoke common clay
riie. withoet the consent of their parents or guardians. The!
Chief instructor snau oc a irsum j"o. .n,. .
(no Bachelors need applv.) and his title shall be. Tlie lUch and
Noble General or Keikufom. Chief Nurse and Trainer; and he
shall have on his staff one Assistant, with the title of By-haby-by.
whose business it shall be to keep the linen dry and pro
perly atred. By order of PUNCH,
To whom all applications must be made between the hours of
suusut and suurise, and at no other time.
.- PERSONS BRINGING FILES OF PA-
PEK ashore from clippers passing this port, are ie
quested to deliver them to members of the Press, in
stead of the Postmaster. A. K. t LARK,
ioi-lt Postmaster fieneral.
AX ASSORTMENT OF POROUS WATER
MONKEYS. For sale at
3u3-3in T. MOSSMAN SON'S.
C AX AMES !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS for
. . I.. (...,- ... . . V A I T 1....
. V " .VI J ,AKIItUI Va.l AlllI'lA JU9I
arrived from Hamburg, per "K. W. Wood."
? They are the best songsters ever brought if
to Honolulu, and will he Sold at very reasonable pnee. Per
son wishing to obtain one or more of these birds will please
make early npplii-a'.ion, as there are hut a f-w left. Apply to
B. P. EI1I.KKS,
At the store of Messrs II. HacklcM k Co ,
303-1 m Fort Street.
(iroTtr Si Baker's Improved Patent.
I II AVE FOR SALE ONE OF
" - - - - n 1 1. I, . c.n
with all the uevr improvements, including the
HEM. ME It ATTACHMENT.
It is a strong well-made and superior ruaehine and perfectly I
new. This is a rare opi-ortui.ity for a family to olitaiu a good j
- . .. .. lklTL ... '
our cim. Apply soou. r ivx. c. ........... V 1 1 1 If .
oOa-lin H. M. WI1ITN EY.
FRENCH, WILSON & Co.
MAKE THE BEST
Furciiliin? tfioods, all kind,
Retailing for Cash, at Wholesale Prices.
raIIF. LARGEST AM) BEST STOCK OF
Found in any- Retail House in California.
Goods Suitable lor Traveling:
Purposes iu any Climate.
FRENCH, WILSON & CO.,
Next door to the What Cheer llonse.
And No. 323 Montgomery Street, near California, in Tucker's
Building, San Francisco.
Manufacturing Establishment, No. 102 Liberty street. New York
V. M. l.alire Ink' ii O.I OHl,fcM. ttuvkouM In Vr Vm lr.
and delivered to any part of this State without extra charge.
Honolulu Soap Works!
W. J. RAWLSFJS.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
rTMIIE PROPRIETOR HAVING MADE
M. considerable improvements in the altove Establishment,
begs leave to announce to his Customers and the Public in
general, Hint he is prepared to supply them with genuine
equul, if not superior to the liest imported.
N. B. SOAP GREASE WANTED.
Lishlniiiz Ahead of Steam and
FAMILY SEffUG MACIIIXE !
VERY PERSON WHO WISIIESTOBE
ixaited np on war matters, ami foreign new in general.
Mi. mid take one of the Caliioroia weeklies. The following are
received hy Express regularly, and generally in advance of the
Weekly Bulletin, 5 OO for 6 mcs., $ 8 rna.
Weekly Aim 5 OO " 8
Sac. Union. 5 SO - 1 0 "
ALL FORMER OP.JECTIOXS OVERCOME.
No s ulicriptiona taken for less than six months, and all en-
casements payable in advance. Single copies of the Weeklies ;
I. ...i- ...1.. ... .1... V ....... I........ .... .1... ..t 1. '
or na.lxB. ure lor nc ci. 111c .cna Lreob, ou 111c aiui.iui eaeu
parket from San rrancisco.
'.03-2m 11. M. v 111 I N r. i .
VEAL AXD PORK,
Chap at the
liJIHir STMT MARKET.
(OPPOSITE MR. Me LEAN'S GROCERY STORE.)
303-3m By IRA RICHARDSON.
XO I.EATIIKK PAD ISED
NEW STYLE MACHINES I
SINGER & CO.'S ! THE NEW STYLE HEMMER !
A X O
ST Several earthquakes aie said to have been felt
in Honolulu during the paf t two week, by persons
.wX0!!e-cr-5e?.BLe nior sensitive than ours. No dam
age is reported tekave Ueeu done.
. TbeBxt rueating of tbe Amateur Musical So
ciety, will be beld at tbe residence of A. J. Cart
wright, TVj ., on TneKrlay evening, March I8h.
CASAitirj. The collection of these birds brought
out by the R. IT. Wood from German v, are at
Messrs. Hackfeld's Btorc in Fort Street, in charge of
Mr. Ebiers. They comprise some of the sweetest
singers ever brought here. Thoe "inj seftroh of
canaries, should apply early.' -.'
"3" A mail for San Francisco will be dispatched
hr the ehfoner Hornet to-day or to-morrow.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED. DIRECT i
T from New York, and will Continue to rece;ve by every .
steamer, a number cf our i
4 ii i fin vrr 1 1
J:. JJ A 1 11 1 J L i
Silk, eedles, Cotton, etc.
The great demand for these Machines has left us without
them for a short time bark, and we wish now to inf irm our cus
tomers and those whom we have been nnahle to upply with
them that we have made such arrangements as will forever pre
clude the possibility of our being left without Silk, Needles, or
From the great number of tl:ese Machines sold, and th uni
versal satisfaction given by them wherever used, we do not hes- i
ilate to pronounce them superior in i
AND GOOD EXECUTION OF ALL
KINDS OF WORK
TO ANY MACHINE NOW BEFORE THE PUBLIC, i
We especially recommend them '.o Ranches and situations re- '
mote from town, as they give no trouble or annoyance by getting
out of order.
Our Mannfacturing Machines
Always on hand. Machines for j
BOOT FITTING. !
GAITER AND MATTRESS RINDING, t
HARNESS AND LEATHER WORK.
CARRIAGE T It I M MING.
GLOVE MAKING, i
And all braach.es of manufacturiDj; where Sewing M-.chinen j
are used. I
,Ve invite Dress, Cloak, and Shirt Z&aaicrs to ex
D. V. BRODERICK, Agent,
139 Montgomery Street,
SfW-Sra SAN FRANCISCO. .
TRANSPARENT CLOTH PRESSER!
ARE ATTACHED TO THE
SHORTLY EXPECTED !
Per Brilih Screw Steamer
X f Li,
rWRKEY RED AND YELLOW PRINT
Turkey Red and Yellow Handkerchief, "
Picsse A Lnin's Kxtrart,
i inch H.p Iron,
Ac, Ac, cn
aud fur sale by
30"--3m JANION, GREEN CO
AND FOR SALE BY" THE UNDERSIGNED.
CJCOTCH GINGHAMS. SMALL PATTERN'S
French PrinU, new style,
Tape Checks, small patterns,
t ine Linen Damask,
WHITE FLAN ELS, assorted qualiti,.
502 ltn A. S. CLEG HORN.
To JLet !
THAT VERY OESIRABT.K COTTAGE
1 3ri recrn,'y cupied by Mr. E. Everett, situate on the op
p'te si.le of the tuaJ troru John Montgomery, Kaq
Suid Dvrrlliutf is in good order, ha plenty (.f yard-rood
out-house, ;c., aud to a good tenant, will he rented very low'
ALSO, a inallrr cottage imnicliatelv adjoining the aber
w II te rented with it, or epHrately if required. For term'
please apply to - The Family Grocery and Fr.il Storr" of '
30 -Mm A. H. CAKTWRKtHT.
Krull Dairy Butter!
SUPERIOR QUALITY OF
l1 this Ul'TTEK is now generally acknowledged In
'' the couimumty. The care and ckuoiliucas tued Ii
ta working and packing it well kuown.
FKKSH SUPPLIES !
Received by every opportaoity from Kauai, and for sale at th
Family OaociaT axD Fktu tToat, by
301 fm A. P. CARTWRKJUT.
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
SEXD tOR A CIRCULAR.
A. C. IIAYDEX, Agent,
Corner Sacramento and Montgomery Sts.,
Just Received per " R. W. Wood,"
HALF DHLS. CRUSHED LOAF SUGAR.
Case superior salad oil.
Half aud (jr. boxes new Malaga raisins, (13 daft from
Malara ) tor sale by
302-1 m 3. SAVinflE.
IHOICE OREGON II A MS.
For sale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store
30-lm A. D. CARfW RIGHT.
AGENT FOR THE HONOLULU STEAM
Flour Mill Co., offers for sate
No. 1 Flour
No. 2 Flour
hRESIl KA1VA1UAE POTATOES BY
TH? VERY FINE QUALITY
CALIFORNIA WHEAT I
Lately imported per War Hawk,"
Being tlie best that could be found in Pan Francisco, will
pro. luce a superior quality of flour. Parties on tbe other Islands
wishing to purchase, j ibbing lot will be supplied rhenp.
302-lm Fort Street.
Expect to Receive in April next, per
FMM BREMEN I
-3L C3 3EZ. C3r O
German, English & French Goods,
Worsted and linen goods, all in great variety.
English bar, round and hoop iron.
Ale and spirits,
Fire brk ks,
German refined and white Rock salt in provisi on barrel.
And a large number of miscellaneous articles. l.ol-l'ui
Have just Received,
By the Hawaiian Clipper Bark
6 DP 11 WeftAri J
lo tit) WWW
Broad cloth, black and blue;
Black silk Velvet,
Colored velvet ribbons,
Black silk neck ties.
Black silk umbrellas,
Assorted cotton soc'.s.
Silk, black and blur;
Black Velvet ribbons.
Colored velret brackets.
Black silk cravats.
Black silk hat-ribbonii,
Sardines in quart tins,
Almonds in demijohns,
Salt water aap.
Bunting Red, White and Blue.
A splendid assortment of
Woolen Pantaloon Stuff.
Per BRITISH STEAMER THAMES."
Bales pink and yellow prints,
" checked print.
" printed r'patta shirts,
" hi-.kory shirts, 1
" striped " ;
, " pink "
white cotton shirts,
denim frocks and pants,
" white shirting,
u black and blue Orleans,
Cases Victoria lawns,
" Hack an.l white linen thread,
" cotton pant staff.
Flat pointed spikes,
II HUP GA.WAS !
Crockery "Ware asstd