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LATER WAR NEVS
Per Clipper Ship Skylark !
GEN. BURNSIDE ADVANCING !
CAPTURE OF NEWBERN, N.C.'
YANCEY' CAPTURED !
ENCLAND AND THE UNION !
The clipper ship Skylark, Burster, arrived oo the
9th at 12 M., f"iii(fn day. from Pan Franci-sco,
bringing one week. Itrr new fnm Washington.
The bark Kxthlttn w is to nail on the 2Sth of
March for Huoulula. with the tuaila anl expresses,
ftnl is now nearly Uae.
OspL. Barslrr Btme-s that as be was leaving; a bark
w-w telegraph. 1 al eiileird an the' Merchants i.x
eh tug. .mviu buck as the Comet (root IlnnoloJa.
Khe wule-i hence oo the 8th ef March and mast tie
h-l 16 Ijs Mge. ' ' '
Tlsw irBluta pohlio anl prw are onr muny
bli vtibcs ta Ctptaio Hartley, of the Skylark; tVr
trschiDg at this prt ftuJ Ietring a mail.
Tue oserUnl telegraph hJ again beeo broken,
ao l the recipe ef news Interrupted ttr several days
lilt the 2oth of Mtrch, when dispatches ag:u came
through, bringing advices from Washington and
.Nt V.rk to M reh 2"h.
Tiie capture of Xsttbern. N. C. is the moat imptr
tint news receiel. - - '
From the JtlUt of the 25th of March, for which we
are ir..lebe-l to the eoartwy of Capt. Burslej, we
extract the following items received by telegraph :
Capture of Newborn, . C.
St Lrt-. lrob !. On Friday (11th) Geo.
Burnsi-fcc eiiureJ the important city of Kewbern.
lh etpit tl of Cren County. N. C. , sttuatel at thw
conrliseitce of the Nea-e and Trent river, and some
fifty swiies) abo.s? Psmlico SnukI Aa a btMeof opera
tiuns uim Ib.U portion of Virginia in the bands of
tor rebel. Ibis puiot is of itictlcu table import trice.
Newtrn w.ts eaporel "after a hurd battle, in
which the Felerals lnt sixty in killed and between
two al three huadreil woomleeL' A lance quantity
of artillery w tnken by our trunps. together wiih
threw bwndrvd rebel prisoner, The ls in kiili.il
and wounded ow thw eneiwy's aide baa not bevn lele
grjphel; but it was unduubtfdly Urge, as our loas
A Inter dnttch ntates: The enemy's work, nix
miles below Newhern. were attacked on Fridty Utt;
they were detended by a f-trce of lil.Od atrontc. and
bavmx 1 run, puaiol lehind formidable bHtteries
oeeriwv miles long. The fiht was very desperate.
Our imop beba veil with great stead ine and cou r
ae. Af'er nearly four-hora brd Shtine;. they
drve the rebels Irota all their poaitions, capturing
three lihc ' bttteries of field artillery, furry-tix
heavy iee guns, tarjee stores, fixed ammunition,
Z'YYI s'andi of pimtll arms, and 1 1 primmer,
incla linf one Coluuel. three cuplains, and fiar lieu
ten inM l iny mle their ems-ipe by the ears to
G ! I-JH.rouh. burninK the bri.les of Trent and
Clarennr( and Brine the ciry of Newbern, doing ex
tensive d.4iujre t i that place.
BLTtwar. ISth From Sergeant M.ijor Johnson
of the 'JZ I )lA.tchusett9. who arrived on the Cntn
malorr, we gather aa Mlow: The troops un ler Geo.
IStirui.e linde-1 on Thordiy evening near the
mourn of Stu Creek, twelve miles below Newborn.
0ii to a dease fug. naval vest-els did not pirtici
aie in the fiht. which commrnceiJ early on Friday
morning Our troupe a-Ivaticed along the ooontry
rwai luoiiinir patallel with the Neutie river, divided
iotv thiee brigades under Generals Rino, ? Forster
an I Pirks.
The ?nemy frrado.iHy fell b-ck. deserting their
gun until we iecr.ed the line of the eaitb work rx
.tendinc acrt the roads from the river to the swamps
on the wear, f'-r the d stance of two miles. Their
wtrks were ve y ery strong, and were' located two
miles souch oi Neabero. lu front of the works, the
rebels had felled large trees, funning alinont an im-fen-trl.le
abattis. At tbia point the retreat in z reb
els were rniliel an I m vie for a whi.'e a deperte
staoL Our men fouht bravely uutil ammuuitiuii
faileal. whew the nnler to charge bayonets w given.
Tue works were Gulljr taken at the ftint of the bay
ooer. -the -enemy sevtering ' like frihteneil1 sheep
leivinx behtn I them the burnt br d ;rs which form
the cuamonxirioD with -the-town. As they h:id
tr in of etirs in the rear, they ctrried otf the deid
and woautlctl, ' Their, loea niOet have been severe.
Our l.ws is estimated at !K killed aud 4iK wounded
and miming. We capture!" a. numb rof prisoners,
amimz them Col. Aery, who cursed bis aoMiers as
eowtrds. The relieia at'emptel to born the town,
but were preentel by the citizens who extinguished
the fi uses. ' N ne of our generals or staif ofiicers
hve brwo kil'rtl or woundeL U'e Ci;-turel thirty
five cannon - - The flht terminated at 8 P. x., Friday.
Ia tue on l retreat of the rebels tbey threw away
cierytbtag. ' '-'.'
fbe24:n .Misiaehusetts It heavily. Mijor S'e-ven-a
u and Lieur. C A. Ilorton the latter well known
in ll-jmluiu. wom.d-d; Lieut. Col. Merrill, and 23
otiie-a killed . Tbe Third Brigade. toetbr witii tbe
eond. esect:e-l the flok uioveinent. and when th?
or Irr to ch.trge lny-net waa given, a band to hand
fibril ensue I of the utuat desperate chre er. in
wuic't our irufs drove tbe rebels out at the point of
I'..i3 rela ls took posseaHton of the niiroaJ tnio and
fl -1 froM NfWitern, uniinc the bridge, some build
ing and a ita uier of whisky aud turpeatiue distille
riea. Tbe sltves had Co uiueuced pillaging, but were
rpped. A number of Uuiuuists were fouuJ ia tbe
'ry- . .' ' '
The Post OfS Apprcpriatton bill was taken up.
Mr. Lfttbam odrred an Kmnidnient. to tbe etlrcf thai
the Pwal M ulrr General he autborizeil to e-ihliih a
mail, not les lhau semi monthly, between Sio Fran
eiC' and Crsxcenl City, including intermedi tepointr,
when woa acree-I to. Mr. Lith in also otlere J an
a nendiner.t thf American steamers and sailing ves
sels b-uii I t any f-reign port. ball receive such
miiu as the Pt Otfice Iejrtoient may cause to be '
pi ice 1 oo ttrd. snd prouiptly deliver the same;
also, that vessels coming from foreign purts. shall re
ceive any aa I natter comiug from American Consols,
the compensation being the uuil pwrae.
Mr. S:ierman moved to all : Provided, the Gov
ernment shall p-ty no more than it receives Motion
agreed to.' and tbe ameodiutut was then adapted. ; '
AfTirs on the Mississippi.
St. Tos. Mirch 15tb. A ifcset eonsisting of eight
guuUrts and three mortar steamers proceeded down
the rier yesterday and drove the enemy out of
Hickman, a port villace ia Fulton county, Ky . on
the .! rpi r.ver. mad thirty-five miles from the
mouth of tbe Ohio. J
' A large rebel force has concentrated at Union City
and in tbe vicinity. -
live succesifof General Pope's attsek apnn New
Mtdri 1 has forne-l out greater than at first reported.
O.ir forces have captured twenty-five heavy guns,
evenl thousand stand of small ar.i s, and tents
ample to accommodate twelvo thousand soldiers.
The whole is valued at over a million of dollars.
Sr. Loris. March 17- The Federal fleet sent down
the MiMwippi river, attacked Rebel Island No. 10
on the lltb. and kept op a heavy fire all day. Is
land No. 1') is a o rurally strong positiou in tbe
Miiiaippi river, below Columbus, where tbe rebe s
retreated to when that ciry was hurriedly evacuated
after the capture of Fort Donaldson. Tbe rebels bad
transported a large amount of heavy c-iddoo. and
niide the Inland very formidable, and, as some said,
Last Bight the rebels evacuated Island No. 10,
leaving tneir transports, gunboats and a large num.
hr or un. Everything oa tbe island wascaptured.
at (he eiif.ny U id ao ti ne to carry away anything.
fhe ret re a roust hae been a very precipitate tne,
or ib rebels cert dnly would have escaped with their
Ciu. March 20, Gentlemen from Memphis,
who arrived here last evening, report that Go, llar
ris disappeared on the secoud day after tbe one to
which tbe Legislature adjourned. It is supposed
that be bas gone to Corinth. The Legislature has
adjourned and gone bo one knows where.
The su.j..ct of harninjr the city, in case evacu vion I The R'xhrnond papers announce the arrest
became necessary, was still openly discussed. Since I number of L'uion men principally G?r:nans.
"""" )ni:iniiii,n mirrineu:iol iutt Unel-'
son. i-npreisnents have betn general; hundred, have j
been picked op in the streets and taken from the
f tores and dwellings, and driven at tbe point of the
bay.. net to the cimp of instruction.
men are leaving Memphis in l.irpa
number", delivering ui their property to confiscation,
sod glad to escape witti their fives.
Street quarrels between Union men and rebels
were frequent occurrences. Suots are hourly ex-1
It is rejvne.1 at rhiiadeli.hia that Commissioner !
Yancey wm opturei while attemptinz to run the!
blockade.. . ' ' !
wuicto, Mtrch 17. At a station twelve
miles: South of M to. sa is, a train of fifty-two c-irs.
freighted with coiuutissary stores, valued at SJO.OfJ'J
were found. The rebels bad kindled a fire under
them, but it failed to burn.
WaonimcTOx, M irch ICth. Special dipa' hes to
New Yo k papem n th 15th state tt ar a cavalry
reconnjisance under Gen. Stone. We tbouzht he
was in Fort Warren Eim Alta was made. A
thorotieh examination of the country for a distance
of twenty five mile, in a straight line, was made,
and no armed rebels cou! 1 be seen. Important and
conclusive information h is teen received here as to
tbe rehet strengrb at M-ina-sas and Ceutreville. It
is awried That up tn Priday week the rebel- force
was from GQklQ to 1IM).0'KJ : 2V. between Man
aw-at aud Aqui t Cnr-k. and 2J.00O at Winchester
and Leeshur-. . All could l conccntratod at Manas
sas in one d iy"s notice. The rebels never thought of
evacuating M mv-aj uniil after the fill of lAmelson. '
Cuicoo. March 18 A letter in the Bmton Jour- j
rial, dited Key West. Mtrch lt. pirially cn.trnis .
the repotted evacuation of Pensae- la by the rebels, j
Many guns are said to have been removed from the j
land batteries and Fort Mcliae and sent o M- Lile.
St. Lotm. Mtrch l' Telegrams from G-n Cur-j
lis stale his Ions 1,4'JU killel and ' wnunde-J at Pea- j
ridre. The enemy are Mill retreatiog. There are I
no rebel f rtops in Northern Ark iron, except marau- !
ders and Pike Indians, who kill and plunder friends
and foes indiscriiuin ttely.
Fort Mo5BO. M irch 20. Nothing has been seen j
or beard of the .Werrimac. The JVonilor remaios i
near the fleet. Sue has received some alterations j
and additions, whi-h naterially improve her.
Washington. March 20. The Navy Department
bas ordered of the builders of the .Monitor, six mure
iron clad vessel cf similar construction, but more :
formidable. Tbey are to tss midfeet long in -lead of '
173. and to ctrry two 15 inch insteaj of 13 inch:
Tbe ere w of the privateer Beaurrard. 17 men,
had arrived at Philadelphia, and would be sent to
Ansustine and J tcksonville. Florid i. hive surren
dered without resi-tance to our flee, to Commodore
The retreating, rebel army of the Potomtc have
male a eland at Fredericksburg. Va. Fredericksburg
is the chiet town of Suottvjlvania County, and is on
the right bank of the llippahannock river, at tbe
hea l of tide water ''
Fobtsos -Mvspok. 20h Steamer MioJt Ihtn4,
from K-y. West, has arrived. The nbel Comiuis
sioner. Yancey, was etpture.1 on bnrd a schooner,
while trying to rati the blockade Yancey was dis
guise.! as a sailor, but was recoguized.
St. Loos, Mare l'J 1 he steamer Anglo Saxon,
with dates from Liverpool to tbe 6th. bas arrived at
Halifax.. r i ..-.
The news of the cipture of Fort Donelon by the
Federal forces had been receive I in London, and had
create. quite a r.actiou iu favor of tbe United Suites
-American securities had gone up. and the price of
cotton bid gone down. ' The effect of the victory upon
these two item siieaks volumes. It is an evidence of
a return of confidence in the financial ability of the
Government to meet every emergency ; and a strong
itidicition that British merchants have faith in the
speedy overthrew of the rebellion and aa early sup
ply of cotton.
IltLtrax. March 2 a There has been an import-
aoi detaie on theAmericm blockade, in the House
of Commons. Gregory denounced it, and expressed
stroiiK smpathy with the S-'U'h. Foster deemed the
blockade etf-crutl. lie stated that the list of 200 ves
sels handed in by Mr M ison as having run the
blockade, bad dwindled down to Id, and most of thee
bad escaped on d irk and stormy nights.
Several members dcuretiale iuterleience by Eogland
in the srruggle.
The Solicitor General strongly opposed any inter
ference with the Mockadi It had been as efficient,
be urged, as other blockades.
Afti-r a lonir discussion. Gregory's motion for t ho
ourrespondtfuoe on tbe subject was negatived, without
Foreign cws. . .
Telegrams from March 5 15.
Sumner introduced in the Senate a bill for regu
lating the carrying of the fuieign mails, a hen Latham
pitched into the Vindei bill line, with teriible earn
estness. .contenUiug that Aspinw.-ill steamers ouniit
not to be allowed to cloir at the Custom House, or i
have the protection ot the American fl ig, if they j
persisted in refusing to carry the mails. j
bubsequeiitly, Mr. Latham ititrotiticej a tun to
repeal iUI ! preventing foreign vessel, carrying
mails o Panama and Aspinwall. -The' joint resolu- i
tiou tendering aid to certain Mates, in relation to ,
emancipation, was receive! trom the House and
referred to the Judiciary Committee.
The II 'U'e bill, providing a new article of war.
that no ofln-er or soldier shall be employed in return
ing fugitive slaves, pass d the Seuate by 'Z-i againt
y. 'The signature of - the President is all that is re
quired now for it to become a law.
WAsniNtrrox, March 6. The Senate . Finance
Commit ts have struck out of the n.iuse appropriation
bill &15,00t,O-H) for the construction of suiibonts;
the Naval Committee urged its restoration, which
has been done.
Information baa been received by the Navy De
partment of the capture of a rebel sch tier trom
Apalachicola to Htvatia, by the gunboat Jtatco. She
had a cirgo of d.Mi c ties ot cotton.
In the Senate to-day a j .int resolution wis ndnpted
tendering the thanks of Ponzres to Com. Guldsbo
rouh snd his officers and seamen, for their gallant
conduct at R-aiioke island.
Amendments we.e adopted to the bill relating to
the pay of members of Congress, making tho mileage
of members 20 cents per mile.
The work on the B iltimore and Ohio RiiTrnad is
progressing raoMiy. fcvery point is strongly pro.
tected. from Cumberland to H-irper's Ferry. The
work ht been ib.ne in better fishion than was at
first supposed. M irch 20. is fived as the time within
which tbe connection was thought to be made.
A special Washington dispatch to the New York
papers states that a squadron of the 1st Michigan
Cavalry had surprised a parry r.f retarls near Perrys
ville, on Ibe Winchester road, Va., mniii g them and
capturinz a number ol horses. Ihe amount oi forage
and provisions tb-it ha I been captured ty the riicht
wing since the advance into Virginia is estimated to
be worth S20.ts) Leetowu aud Lovettbville are
now beid by the Union troops.
Advices from the Lower Potomac state that the
rebels are ooncentrttiiig a larre f roe in that direc
tion, opposite Ihe ponitivh of Gen linker's division.
There is reason to believe this, although the rebel
army on the Potomac has been greatly augmented
since the Union victories in the West.
Postal communication is entirely reopened to
Accomac. Northampton county. V. The Post office
Department is ready to establish, so soon as Congress
gives authority, free delivery in the city, and with
uniform rates of postage for local and general letters.
Lieut. Worden. commanding tbe Jfonitor, was
injured but not dan erously, it is supposed.
Duriag tbe action, ad Ihe rebel gunboats and bat
teries in reach directed tbeir fire at tte .Minrtsota,
doinz her some damage, and killing four or five of
the crew. With the assistance of the stetmer Spauld
in. the Minnesota eventually cot ofl, and ass
towed under Ihe guns ol Fortress Monroe. The naval
authorises here are confident that the Jiltrrimac
was disabled The .Monitor proved herseli impreg
nable to heavy shots at close quarters. Sne behaved
remark ibly well on her passage Iroin New York, aid
although the sea completely covered her decks at
times, her speed was not perceptibly diminished.
The Kansas Legislature has adopted, nearly unan
imously, a resolution instructing the Senators and
requesting their Representatives in Congress, to aid
tbe passage of tbe Pacific Railroad bill.
Tbe speaker laid before the House a message from
President Lincoln, suggesting tbe passage of a joint
resolution providing for the incorpura'ion into aoy
bill concerning the abolition of slavery by any State
a clause concerning pecuniary compensation. The
President proposes this as the initiative step, predi
cating important practictl results therefrom. Referr
ed fo tbe Co'tumittee of tbe Whole.
A flig of truce from Norfolk represents great
excitement in that city. The hotels are swarming
with officers from the Gulf Stales. The Virginia
troops have been sent away. The reople have decided
upon the destruction of the city in case or an attack.
A strong force is concentrating at Suffolk to check
Burnsides, who was reported to bare reached Winton,
and was moving on Norfolk.
The rebels state the reason that Col. Corcoran was
not released, is that maps nod drawings have been
.onnd on bis person.
The rebel Huus of Representatives has passed a
resolution, 71 to 11, directing military command rs
to destroy all Out ton sod tobacco in danger of filling
into the ban Is of the enemy. A resolution was
adopted asking the President to inform the House
what tbe foreign war vessels were doing at Htwpton
Specie is quoted at Richmond at 40 to 50 per cent,
WixciiEvTKR. Va.. M irch 12. It is represented by i
the Uuion citizens in this place, that two-thirds of
the population of the town and surrounding country
are loyal, but have been compelled to succumb to
Secession pressure, so far as expression of opinion is
Ntw York, March 12. Tbia evening tbe princi
pal forts of Ihe harbor will be garrisoned, by order
of Gov. Morgan.
New Yobk. March 12. An Elizabeth (N. C.) let
ter of Mirch 4ih sas that Gen. Bragg's forces,
r.umtriug 7.000, arrived at Norfolk on the 3d. from
Pen9--icola which place he evacuated, after destroying
the fortifications, guns, etc. It is also said that ihe
rets-Is are calling ail saie forces into Norfolk. The
forces at Newbu.ro and other points in both Girt. li
nns, numbering 20.000 to S0,OX). are well drilled,
and the forces, it is thought will be thrown into
Richmond and near by, in case the Union forces
attack Norfolk from the direction of Elizabeth City.
By an arrival at the 1 ard Navy it is ascertained
that tl.e rebel battery at Aequta Creek bas beeu evac
Repairs have already been commenced at Bull
Rju, and probably the rail oal to Mauassas will be
in running order this week.
The emancipation resolution recommended by the
President passed Ihe House M.ircb 11, by to 31.
Six Southern men, voted ry, and nine o. in the
House to day, on the President s emancipation reso-
lution. Other members fur tbe Border States were
Tennessee advices siy that the citizens of Shelby
ville, Bedford county, burned on Sunday night a
large quantity of Confederate stores, to prevent their
falling into the hands ot tbe rebel troops, under Gen.
Sydney Johnson, wbo were in full retreat from Mur
tree?boro. The wires are working through to Nashville. A
dispatch was received March 14, dated at Nashville
the d-ty before This shows that telegraphic and
m lil communication are again established.
The special dispatches to the Missouri Democrat
state thtt two gentlemen, alio left New Orleans on
Ihe 20th February, say tb:it great distress prevailed
there. All the w-ter approaches on tbe South are
well gu tr ie 1. Ou the north, furiiried columns run
back to Charolton. The only persons in the city not
enlisted are Germans aud Jews. The city is full of
secret societies and Union Ciubs. It is believed that
not less than 12.000 belong to these clubs.
The condition of things is no better at Memphis.
Tne Appeal advocates the. burning of the city as a
Issr resort in case of un attack. .
Reliable information fiom Memphis, of Wednesday,
stairs tint the citizens were greatly alarmed, relying
on Fort Pillow for defense, but with few troops.
Tne Me.nph'a Legisltture bad scattered, alter sev
eral inedV-ctual attempts to transact business.
Governor llirris was flvitiir from die southern
point to another with little pmspect of succediog iu j
bis eilorts to rally the people to bis aid. ,
A learned Frenchman has discovered that a but
terfly experiences sixty heart pulsations in a minute.
Just think of a butterfly having a heart. Next
thing some Mutant will discover that a coquette bas
It was understood in England 'that Her Majesty,
Queen Victoria, was much averse to a war with the
United States, and even went so fur as to have the
brst dispatch to Lord Lyons, as originally framed,
uiodtieI into a more pacific form.
An English paper reports that Mesrs. Glass, El
liot & Co., have tendered to the British Government
to lay a cable from Milf-.rd linen. England, to Hal
ifax, N S , by July, 1G for X70J.000, guarantee
ing its efficiency tor one year. - . , .
Ob-clne Litepattre is London. A 'man named
Dugdale, one of the mot tiotoiious of the Hollowell
Street gang, was tried at the Middlesex sessions on a
recent Monday, fot publishing obscene woiks. The
J ude gave a warning Ie-iSoti to those who are still
engaged in this uelarit-us trade, by sentencing Dug
dale to two j ears' imprisonment, with hard labor.
A dog exhibition, simil.tr lo the one held last year
in Manchester, b is just taken place in Lou lou. It
was the first experiment or the kind in that city, was
open lor four days, aud drew great numbers of spec
tators, four thousand persons paying fur admission
ou the first day. Three hundred dogs were exhibi
ted sporting dogs, watch dogs, poodles, big d'g3
and little d..gs, aud dogs of high aud low degree.
Eight prizes were awarded, and the affair was a suc
cess. The last steamer from England brings nn account
of a dreadlul colliery accident at Shields. Two hun
dred men and boys were in the pit when the shaft
was closed by the huge beuui of tbe pumping eugiue
filling down, carrying the wood work with it. mid
killing tiveout of eight men who were coming np in
a cage. ' At Ust arcouuts hopes -were entertained of
the final rescue of many of the men. The Pitmen's
wives bad been watching with iuteuse agony at
the mouth of the pit for two days. . .
Preparations are being made to establish - a great
cattle-in it ket within the fortifications of Palis. The
ground is situate beyond the bridge ol Flanders, and
even Is from the right of the road la?tween the ca
nal and the fortifications, at 300 yards from the rail
way which leads round Paris. ' A branch railway is
to be constructed from that, which will enable the
Otttle dealers to bring their stock to market from
every quarter by rail. Larire slaughter bouses are to
be erected close to the market.
The eruption at - Vesuvius at latest accounts
was exhibiting renewed activity. So great were the
showers of astus that the cinders and soot were cur
ried even to Sicily, and tne steamers plying thither
were blackenel by the shower. Even at Naples the
roofs of the houses were covered with a fine layer of
asbes, and during a rain storm the window panes
Wf re obscured by the mud f -rnied by the falling rain
and soot On the 231 of December, eight shocks
of earthquake were counted in twelve hours. It
would not be strange if Naples should be fated to be
come another i'omp. ii. .
In a wealthy family of Vienna the husband msde
his wife a New Year's gitt of a dozen pairs of gloves.
Indignant at such stinginess the lady, as soon as
her husband's b :ck was turned, flung the gloves into
Ihe fire. Explanations ensued at table, and what
was the irrascible lady's astonishment on learning
that each pair of gloves was wrapped up in a bank
uoie for one hundred norms.
Prince Alla?rt died in the King's rnom, where
George IV. aud William IV. also died, and was laid
away with the sacred dust of the Royal House of
Hanover. The royal vnult ia kept apart cvxlusivly
for the coffins of theimuttdtate members of the reign
ing family. Except for tbe burial of the queen
Dowager, who was laid by the side of her royal hus
band, this vault has not beeo opened since the death
of William IV. According to custom, the body will
be iuterrel in four cffi-i, the inner or sheli tefng of
polished mahogany cased outside with tea 1. then an
outer, plain, b-it very massive c ffin of mahogany ;
over all comes the state coffin or cae, of crimson vel
vet, aud with massive silver gilt crnaments. On the
leaden coffin is to le a silver plate, engraved with
the style and titles of the deceised Prince. The out
er mahogany colli ti will simply bear a plate with his
n imp, and the date of his birth snd death. On tbe
state coffin will be the customary silver gilt plate
bearing an inscription similar to that on tbe leaden
Opinio of the Lonoo-; Times. The 'Thunderer"
of the English press seems to have modified its opin
ion of the ahiliry of our government to maintain its
supremacy in the present contest with the southern
rebels. It s-iys :
The Federal army is now undoubted hy far euperior
in numbers to that of its opponent. The twenty mil
lions of Northerners have been able to put in the
field a frce vhieh though exaggerated by patriotism
or policy, it still otr of the most impoting that ever
iros gathered under the banners of a "fu."
The Times also says the South "can never hope to
equal its opponents in tho number of men," and that
its inferiority is still more important in the matter of
means an materials of war. It says also of tbe
blockade, and t e coming test struggles :
. The coast is sealed except lo a few clever eraraen
commanding fast-sailing vessels, and the skill for
fabricating arms must bo slowly acquired with the
enemy at tbe gates.
"i he chances are, therefore, that the Southern
States are about to undergo a severe trial of their
strength and resolution."
J. RODERICK BEGS TO NOTIFY
hifr:enr!anl thepoMicfn psneral.ttm in addition
lo his already convenient and comnvirtinus acrom
mojatiori fur Boar.lers. in Kaat.tim&ntl Street.
near to the Post Office, he has nw a.Mcl ro.m.s for private
rrtt-. whsre they en be provided with every luxury the ea
m aff ird at the meat mlerate prices. As a writ known old
Pionerr in his line on ih- I-damts. he trusts that his friends and
the pnWic il! continn- to favor him with thrir usual tron ip,
and for which he will, by every attention, hope to merit their
HAVE OX HAND AND FOR
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONGST WUICU ARK
Fancy Prints of a great yariet v of fit jles and colors.
Indigo Blue Cottons,
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yellow Printa
"White ground Muslins, small patterns,
Brilliants emall'iind medium patterns,
Black and Vliite tap.? check Muslins,
Plain Turkey Red Cloth,
White Cotton Drills.
A great variety of Cotton Trowserings,
riaiii Clack Silk!
Fancy figured Silks,
Pure Silk Ha" lkerchleti.
Eetrtc tSilk, , .
Embroidered (ilk figured Alpaiai
fine black Alpacas,
tlack and colored flfrored Lost res, .
rioin colored Lustres,
Superfine black and blue Cloth.
Supei-Qo; black Caieimrre,
rials blue Flannel,
Common black and blue Cloth,
Black and fancy Doeskins and mixed Trowterings
White Blankets, all tlze,
Blue Blankets, all fixes, ' v
Scarlet Blai. 'tets, all aizei.
Common Blankets, for horse cloth,
Brussels and velvet Carpeting,
Huckaback Towels and Toweling,
Flalo white and fancy Linen Drills,
Brown Holland. '
Clofliiii?, Shirts, Shoes, fcc.
Black Cloth Pants, best Pilot Jackets, common do.,
Blue serge Shirts of all qualities.
Woollen Undershirts, worsted Stoclings ,
White Shirts, assorted; Regatta Shirts,
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
Ladies Riding Hats. Oxford tie Shoes,
Children's Boote and Shoes, Crimean Boots,
Sup. cotton half hose, enibr. cotton Overshirts.
Brown Sjap, Tickles, Pie Fruits, Sanees, Mustard, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuits, Olives, Capers, Jams,
Caudies, candied Peel, Bloater Paste, table Salt, Currle Powder,
I3Xj.CIS: T33A. !
Curranls, Blue, Starch, Marking Ink, SWUlits Powder.
Beat English Saddles, common da., Pcllon Rugs,
. -' Boiled Unseed Oil. cotton Umbrellas, Eilk Umbrella,
Hughes & Jones' Perfumery,
Musk, Essence of Sandal Wood, Windsor Soap,
Sarsaparilla, nests Tubs, Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron,
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, assorted; Boiler Plate, Iron Safes, Crow Barf,
Tin Plate, 1C and IX, bright Iron Wire, Sheet Lead
Sets Sugar Pans,
Nobles & Honre'a assorted Varnishes,
ROSKELL'3 WATCHES, gold t.nd tilrer.
Bottled Ale and Porter, various brands,
Draught Ale in hhds.,
Martell's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Henn?y"s Brandy, in (jr. casks,
Otard's Brandy, in qr. casks.
Common Brandy, in qr. ca.k8.
Cases Ginger Brandy,
Cases Scotch Whisky,
Cs Royal Highland Whisky,
. ; - Cases Old Tom Gin,
Cases Glenlivet Whisky,
The celebrated PALE ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Duff Gordon Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sandeman's Port,
Cases Champagne, Forestier Fils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Margaux,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
Earthen va re.
White Granite Dinner sets,
White Granite Tea sets
Dishes, Plates, Jags. Mugs,
Metal covered Jugs,
Breakfast Cups and Saucers,
Ewers and Basins, Cover Dishes,
Yellow Nappies, Teapots,
N. B. This Earthenware, is now open, and is
offered in lots to suit families, at unprecedented
ly low rates, to close shipments.
Janion, Green & Co.
Honolulu April 4, 1861 3V q
Weekly Steam Communication with
' "Will leave Honolulu lor
K AW A III A n,
TUESDAY, April 15th,
At half-past 4 I. M. precisely.
N. B. The Kilauen well leave every Tuesday, for K.0NA
and inurmeoiate poris until further notice.
J ANION, GKEKN tf Co.,
Honolulu. March 6, 1362. Asenia H. S. N. Co.
FOU VICTORIA, V. I.
THE FAST SAILING AMERICAN BABKENTINE
BS-J- a. W. KELLER, Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above Port. For Freight or
Passage, apply to (s06 21) II. HACKFELD & CO.
THE A 1 EXTREME CLIPPER SHIP
Now due from San Francisco, wi:t take freight and passengers
for Hongkong, at reasonable rates.
Arply to ALDRICH, WALKER CO.
For BREHEX Direct.
- TIIE FAST SAILING HAWAIIAN BARK "
R. W. Wood, g
S, G5KRKEN, Master, ;
Will hnve quick di.pntrh for theabwre pwrt.
For frcih'ht or passage, apply to '
304 61 n. nACKFELDkCO.
New Rcdford & Roston!
' THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Will rweive Quick Dispatch for the ahoTe ports.
C. BREWER CO.
For fire ight, apply to
REGULAR HILO PACKET.
Will leave Ilonolulw for Hilo. .
REGULARLY EVERY WEEK
CABIN" PA?9AGK to or from Hilo t5i
SOS'm P. SAYIDUE.
STOVE AND TINSHOP !
Thesuhseriher would inform
all thoe iii wnnt of
tin ware :
That he has taken tha (tore
on the corner of King and
Fort S'rtets, where he will
carry on tha
i ?j?t Stove Lusiness !
In Mil its hranchea, and in Rrater variity than can he found
elsewhere in the city. Having work'-d at the business formany
years, he fels confident that he e n nive satisfaction to all who
uih.v favor him with a call. He will keep constantly on nana a
good asjorttnrnt of -
BJTII FOR WOOP AND COAL.
TIX nuri JAPANNED WARE, cotis:sting- in
part of cake boxes, tea and coBce cans, knifu travs. sugar boxes,
spittoons, nurse cans, lanterns, li mps, candlesticks. &c.
Britannia Tea and Coffee Pots, SAeet Lead,
Tin and Copper,' Hip Baths, Zinc,
Russia Galvanized and English Sheet Iron,
Children's BatJis, Tin Tmjs, of all kinds,
Ami all kinds nf foods usu lly k' pi in his business, all of which
hewlllsHI EXTREMELY LOtr FOR CJSH, or appn.ved
credit. Tin Vre of every description mode of the lest materi
als, and Job Work executed in ttie most workmanlike mnner.
Pirtk-uUr attention paid to TV AXD ZI.VC ROOFISG,
and all kin Is of Lead work dont-, both fir vessels and houses.
Among the stork "f Omik Stoves, he wouM e-ill particular t
tention to the CRYSTAL PALACE and GRASIT E STATE.
as being two of Hie brst sivta now in use. Aued up in a superior
manner, and warranted to i-lve sHtlsfactlno. K"r a cheaper
article, he keeps the OCEJ.V PREMIUM STOFE, and be
will a lil to his stock, a- the trade may require.
All those in want of anything in thi line would do well to
call and examine his goods fur themselves, before purchasing
elsewhere, as he does not imend to be BraT," either in raica
U" P.-rsnns purchasing stoves at this establishment, can save
an expense of f mr or five dolUrs, as Mr. S. will set them np in
llonnluhi cnsiTis. 306 3m
JUST RECEIVED BV Bw.rU Speedwell."
a chuice collection of new and popular worKS. to which
the attention of the reading public la respectfully called.
Amnnn tbe collection are
Do Chaillu's new work on Africa,
The uprising of a Free People,
The Woman in White.
Seasons with the Sea Horse,
fnited States Infantry Tactics,'
The Perfect Gentleman,
Miss BeechT's Ktceipt Book,
Hook of Common Prayer, gilt edtres,
Buffon's Natural History, 6 vo. -inth,
Kane's Chemistry a must valuable work to Planter and
Gra Botany f.ir Young People,
Atpleton'a lict:nary of Mechanics, latest edition, half
morocco binding 18 00,
Memoirs nf Vidocq, the P.iris Detector,
Kdgar A. Poe's complete works 4 vols.,
Ciinipl- te Lrtur W nt 'r.
New Iiictionary Quotations,
Ollendorf 's Grammar and Key,
Plymouth Collection, cloth, plain,
Smith s Pilgrimage to Etrypt.
Carlysie's Frederick t tie Great, Past and Present, and
English Pots including neman's, Scott. M ilton. Cewjr,
Burns, Byron, kc,
Appleton's Modern Atlas,
Porter on the Sugar Cane,
Vattel on the la v of nations,
1 set Irving's Washington 5 vols, complete, j
Everett's Life or Washington, j
The Curresimndence of Alexander Ton IIumboMt, j
The Romance of an Irish Girl, I
The Lamplighter's Story by Dickens, j
The Suiherland's by the author of Kutledge, I
Parton's Life ot Andrew Jackson, j
Life of Garibaldi. '
The Mississippi Bubble,
Bacon's Essays, i
Li las Warner hy the author of Adam Bede,
And a great variety of M isoellaneocs wur . a. j
For sale ry
H. M. WniTNEY. !
BY J. II. COLE. ,
Ex Bark "Arctic," from Boston,
FRIDAY, APRIL 11th,
AllO w'rlwrk, A. mt Sale Rowsst,
Will b sold, an assortment of NEW GOODS, from Boston,
Krull's Dairy Butter!
THE M'FERIOR Ql'ALITr OF.
tbU BUTTER is now generally acknowledged in ,
the community The care and cleanliness used In '.
ts working and packing Is well known. j
FRESH SUPPLIES !
Received by every opportunity fmm Kauai, and for sale at the I
Fasttlt Gaoesar isd Feed Stobc, by
;01-45ra A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
consisting in part of
. Bats and caps.
. ALSO .
Cases Burton ale, Cases Marx'ttPs porter,
Ka betlst-.a-ls, Koa setups,
Bail ing tnb. Chairs, '
1 WF.LUKXOWX SADDLE HORSE.
1 WElUKXOWD CARRIAGE HORSE.
And a large variety of
General ZMercli jiiilio I
Household Furniture !
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31..
At the Coral Residence on the corner of Hotel and Alakea Sis.
ojvosiU the Royal Hawaiian Theatre, will be sold :
6 oak chairs,
1 round koa table,
I bath tub,
4 parlor chairs,
1 painted sink,
1 mail, rocker.
M.ip Cnited Sia'.es,
1 koa bedktead, 1 damask sofa.
Looking glaesi-s, 1 solar lump,
maple chairs, 1 hat staud.
1 cherrywood dressing table,
1 lounge, 1 toilet table.
Stove and fixtures, 1 man. bureau,
1 dress'g bureau, new, 1 kerosene lamp.
Glass ware. Crockery ware.
Cane and wood seat rockers.
Wash stands, Pillows; blankets;
2 SADDLE HORSES, SADDLE k BRIDLE.
And the usual variety of
General Sale oi
APRIL. ....... ........ . ... ... ..... 15th.
AT lO'CLOCK, A. M..AT SALES ROOM
" - Consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothiug,
. Roots Ac Shoes. . Furnitare,
And a variety of Sundries too numerous to mention.
OR SALE BV B. F. SSiOWH DEXIO fc
ROBERTS large sice Book bare, with Cash Box.
JAJIES. J. 0'DO."VIVEL.li,
Practical House and Ship Plumber.
HVPR.4CI.1C RAMS. LIFTING F.ree
Pumps, Bath Tutw, Wash funds. Water Closets, etc,
fitted ud in the best manner. All work don at the
very lowest rates and perfect satisfaction warranted.- -
Workshop on King Street, In same building with Geo. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS REMOVED
HIS SHOP TO THK
Corner Fort and Kin Streets,
Where he it prepared to supply everything in his line as cheap
as can be had elsewhere, including STOVfcS and TINWARE
of all descriptions.
304-lro O. C. PIPERS.
A. P. EVERETT,
VICTORIA. V. J,
Messrs. McHrr k Mkrrill,
" O. W. BaooK 4f Co., .-
nis Kx. R. C IVttu.
Messrs. ALDiitra, Walker tf Co.,
B. F. Snow, i-jiq
J. C EriLDi.-iG, EiKl ,.
- , u
1REWOOD! FOR SALE AT Very Rnm
sonable rates at MELCIIEKS ft Co.'t.
PILOT & NAVY BREAD.
ON HAND AND FOR SALE, Frr.h Bnlsrd
Pilot and Navy Bread ; Soda, Sumr, Butter and Water
Cr.ickers,in any quantity and at the lowest rates.
Parties pnividius; tbeir owu flour, will hare it baked up on
the lowest terms.
ITT Ship bread rebaked. MILLER'S BA KERF,
301-.tm Croner Qat and K'ct ard Streets.
Hams. Hams. linen.
X R. W. WOOD." lOO SCPERIOR
Westphalia Hams. For aale by
OLOGXA S A USAGES.
For sale by
rllE t'N'DF.RSKl.V KD IS CLOSING HIS
slock of G-mds at Less thas cost, fur Cash.
Only Ten Days .More!
XT Country folks will find a rare chance for cheap bargains.
8. N. EMERSON.
Waialia, March 19, ISfli 04-lm
E. IIOFfSUIL AEGER k STAPEXHORST
OFFER FOR SALE
8 German Merino Negretti Kams, t
4 " ' " Ewes.
To arrive in all April next, per brig Emma frcm Bremen.
Eipcct to Receive in April next, per
FROM BREMEN !
0 J. DEI. Gr O
0P ASSORTED J
lerman, English & French Goods,
Worsted snd !io?n goods, all in great variety.
English bar, round and hoop ir-r.
A le and spirits.
German refined and white Rock salt in provision barrels.
And a large number nf miscellaneous articles. 301-2i
BY II. W. SEVERANCE.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, &c
T HIS X Y !
At 10 o'clock. A. M., at the residenc ot tbe lata Consul at
Commissioner of Franc - Mma. K. pKRKI!t.MCbarUi. tMr,
by order of the A runs' French Coasoi. for acvowos of wboea t
fAsyooncem. WiU be soW a fell aaaurUaKM of
IlorSEIlOLD . FLTR!'ITURE
Crockery, Glass Ware, Ac, &e.
Mihnrny cum) side board, do do hair seas tksirs, 1
Mah carved hair seat toange. do do da do sotM. . ;
Mah carved center table, koa tallies. J cbaodHvSf
Carpeting and MaUing, iron bat stand and rack,
Mth hair seat rocker, cottage chambor sets.
China lounge. Urge carved mahogany wardrobe.
Large China writing desk, camphor hurra a,
(RoaewotKt ea4.-)cottag. plants cIMhes twww. .. I
t'tiina exleuknn chair, book shelves, sralcr casks, . ,
French aiul Ensllih bjoks. painted wardrobes,
'ane seat chairs, Japanese tMe. rubber bose, '
Wines and liquors, iron sate, ekiek, garden looks,
Water Bitot an I water bottles firewood,
Chlueae lanterns. China ware, dinucr set, glass wars.
Silver spoons, solar tamps, sto.
On WednesdiiT, April 16th,
At 10 o'd.-vk, A. M., at Satesroom, will be sold, a general ae
Werchandise and Sundries.
On Friday, April lStb
At 10 o'clock, A. M., at Sales Room, will be sold ft variety ef
THE SEASON OF Till DELICIOUS
fruit has commenced. Tbe undersigned will be happy
to lie permitted to call on his customers nf last year,
and hopes to riveive thalr renewed patronage. All
Strawberry beds have beeu rtnewed, (tbe cans, that the season
Is so late.) and the undersigned expects to 1m able to furnish ft
larger and more fltvored fruit thi. season.
And at the nam. time. Mr. Holslein begs tears t inform bis
friends. Ladies and Uentletuea, that b. Uaa been at Saudi
expanse In oiling up ar jots ami cosy retreat, and will bs happy
lo acciMnmodat. those that will favor hr.n wrth ther vtsha, a
day or moonlit nights, and he will be harry K fuxaisti
thein with strawtierrirs, either with milk, or Johanr.isbw-gvr,
HochlK'imcr, or the very best of champagne. All wines betnc
received by lata arrivals of Messrs. Von Holt Hvetck, and
llotr-tclilaeKer Staiienhorst, Mr. Uolstein is certain to ba fthla
to please the most fastidious.
Parties wlio desire fmm 10 quarts to SO or 40, will r-teass U
give notice la time.
If any gentlemen want strawberries at the gardens, pleas, t.
give notice a day previous.
Onli-rs left at box No. 0T, P. O., or Mr. McLean's stars, will
be attended o with promptness by
304-lm II. IIOLBTttS.
Have just Received,
Ey the Hawaiian Clipper Bark
'1. W. WOwi,'
Broad clot!), black and blue
Black silk Velvet,
Colored velvet ribbons.
Black silk neck ties,
Black silk umbrellas.
Assorted cotton socks,
Silk, black and blwsj
Black velvet ribboaa
Colored velvet braoelets,
Black silk cravats.
Flack silk haeibbons.
Cru.sh.ed. Sugar !
Sardines lo quart Una,
Almonds in demijohns,
Bait watsr sospv
Uantinj Red, White and Dine,
A splendid assortment of
Woolen Pantaloon Stuff.
JVr BRITISH STEAMER THAMES.
Bales pink and yellow prints, :
" checked prints. -"
. purple "
" fancy M
printed regatta shirts,
" striped M
pink - .i-,-,
" white cotton shirts,
denim f ricks and pants, .
" white shirting,
" black aol bias Orleans,
Cases Victoria lawns, - '
- white mowskia,
u cotton velvets,
" Hack and whits lines tarsad,
" cotton pant stuff.
Fiat pointed spikes,
IIEUP CAXVAS !
Crockery Ware sxsstcl
EK " R. VV. WOOD !"
A SMALL INVOICE OP CHAMPAGNE.
i l of the celebrated brand of
Ruinart Pire Fils, Reims.
Verxenay in quarts and pints, J
Carte Blanche In quarts.
Jut received and and for sale by
304 Ira n. HACK FELT) It C.
nHjnB 1 BEO LEAVE TO INFORM
IPS' tbe public, that having completed and psst
f In operation,
my same mmmit
I am prepared to furnish all kinds of containers lor Sugar,
Molasses, Provisions, Rice and other articM. at ft cheaper rata,
than any imported.
Orders addressed to my A gents MESSRS.
E. IIOFFSCITIAEGER & STMfflORST
Will be promptly attended to
nENRT Bursa. '
onolulo, Jsnoary IS, ISC 2. SOVSa
Books Tor Idle If ourc
SIXTT Y EA RS G LE A XI XGS, an Aotobtsffwpt w.
Ttie crossed path, hy Wilkis Collins.
Afternoon of Married Life.
Lite and Letters of Mrs. Emily C. Jisdson.
Wiu and Beanx of Society.
Will He find her a romance.
KveretCs Orations and Speeches, 3 vole.
Household of Bonverie, S vols.
Iora Barton, the Banker's Wife.
Studies from life, by John Halifax.
Trumps a novel, by O. W. Curtis.
Tlie Roman Quention, by About.
I-smh's Essays of Ella.
L'llistoire de France, 4 vols.
The Doomed Chief, or 100 yean ago.
Parson's Life of Andrew Jackson, 3 volt.
Autobiography of Jane FairBcM. . ,
Moral History of Woman. . . . j.
Maoanlay's 'h Volume. .
Rita an autobiography.
For sale by l
- 1 - H. M.WHITN17T -