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THREE DAYS LATER!
AKKIVAL OF Till: It A It K
The SjIirll, ijia. ll j t arrived cn MomHj
afternoon. IC ! ; from Sw Fraric;fco, having s.iilel
from thir on the LCI August- FLe Lrlcgn the New
York m.iil of Juljr l.'1-t the t.ime dated &3 were
ro-ivel by the Flyi-i ".if, on the 1st int.
TcN-jjrar.liio J ite-j fr-rn Washington are to August
2Iff, an J from tlngliinl t August VK
I'f'un we give the most inrrtaot items by thi
t. t M.-Clell!. The Tribunal letter of the
16th ti tv-i: II irri-t-ju' Lab-ling was evacuated with
out the lo-ncf a in;!e gun, nitJ all agree fljat the
whole arr-ur w- a-Jruir ibljr executed, tin MoD'Iay
I.if McCilM liii.,rj rcotivel vtIt3 to Mrike lent-,
provide ci.x JjV rations and be readj to u.ovw at a
morula's notice. At nine the name iJgbt the whole
divi.Mn arrive-J at the whirf, (rrntrirLe-i on steamers,
ari I left daring the night tr Acquia Creek, as tup
seJ. y waj of Fortress Monroe. An order was
isiue 1 thrit no more Tes-el-j wi(!i aupplle-i shouU
pn I further thn Fortress .Monroe; aud ou Wed
n i iy ten djs ration were served to the army,
whic'i Iat wis require! t he in readiness to move
at an hour's notice. On Thur.Jaj the army com
mence i evacuating. All the s:ege guns were re
moved from the front and taMy embarked on
Lo.trd t:rf and fcliooners.
l'orter crps K-l t!e van of the overland portion
of tin? army. Ou Thurdi7 night aud Friday
morning every tent wm struck, and theu for the
firit time it was generally known that the army wn
On Thurlay night fifty sail vessels left the differ
ent wUrvcf, lmleri with stores. All that remained
Lefore the final departure of the land forces acted as
iit.-keM. and a etrong rear guard of infantry and
artillery wa- placed to protect the baggage trains.
The hick and wounded who remained at the different
ho-pi rah, were placed on board the steamers belong
ing to the Sanitary Commission, and were among
ti-e firnt to move. The coutr ibauJs were chipped on
sol. ..oner?, barges, and & portion of the (touts. Gen
eral M-jCIell.-iu and most of his staff went by land.
Wf.v.r.i. Troops movtxo Ncktu. A special messen
ger to the New York Civilian, who left Richmond
with pipers of Aug. I3th, says: At that time the
tri.'.pi were pouring out of the city on the Virginia
railroad-), an 1 it wa-4 impossible for civilians to
procure a parage. All the troops around Richmond
were in motion towards the north. It was known
that Gen. .Mcfiellau had beg:iu the evacuation of
II trrixm's Landing. At fextons Junction, our
informant said there were larp;e encampments ex
tending from the no.it h side of ttie I'amunkey Iliver
to several milt's north of the Junction, anil also from
Sexton's Junction up the valley of the North Anna
Small camps are also visible at several localities
alon? the railroad, from the junction to the crotsing
of the common roal from Fredericksburg. At
Loui.ia Court House there was another large body,
aud several reitimcuts strunjr along the ruad from
tlonlousville, where there were only six or seven regi
ments. A heavy force could be seen camping
on the hills stretching to the northeast in the di
rection of Orange Court House. Our informant
stopped t-n hours in (Jurdonsville. and during
that time not less than ten trans arrived over the
Central Uiilroal from the south, and over the
Charlottsville road from Lynchburg. Those from
Richmond were bringing troops and supplies. Stone
w.i'.l J.iokson is slid to have left Gordonsville, and
none knew his whereabouts. Our informant also
! a he ivy force at 3(anardsviIIe which seemed
prepared to march.
The I'hil i lelphia BulUlin of the 13th, B;iys that
a gentleman who le!t Fortress Monroe Iat evening
furnisht" the following: The army of the I'otomac
ii:vl urtiit l at the I-ovrer reiiiiisul.ir without being
n.o'.oste-l ou the way iu the slightest. McCiellan was
undertool to be at Willi im.burg yesterday morning.
Kin John IVrter's division, whicii fins on the oppo
site side of the James river, also came down the
LTfT Coxi-krxing ptPE. Special dispatches to
the Sew York papers say that appreheusions begin
t ) Le expressed that the Rebels finding it impossible
t ) pursue .McCIclIin. for w aut of transportatit n, will
mi 1 lenly concentrate by meiiis of their railroads on
lope's front at Gordonsville, and make a desperate
-;! rt to overwhelm him before supiort can arrive.
No tears are expressed of grc it danger from such a
pl.in, but the probabiliiy of its being attempted
causes the expect it ion of a speedy renewal of active
work beyond Culpepper.
It is retorted that M'Ciellaa tas been superceded
in t lie command of the army of tie I'otomac by Gen.
Rarusidc. The report is not pentraly credited.
Ilevcrdj Johnson ma le a report to the Government
iip'ri the points in the administration of affairs in
N.-w OIeins, and the I'risidt-nt his approve-d bis
conclusions. It is understood that he recommends
tV- return to the Consul of the Netherlands of the
i-rhty thousind dollars seized by Gen. Burlcr, aud
th.it svi-n huodred and sixteen thousand be ret urned
to the French Cor. sal. and also that a large amount
of s.i;-ir and ether merchandise be relinquished to
thj Greek, Rritish and other foreign merchants domi
ciled in New Orie.ius, as, according to Johnson, these
seizures by Gen. butler cannot be justified.
Gen. Rutler has been supercede i at New Orleaus,
and Gen. lix appointed in his pljce.
Nsrar Y.hk. August 2"). The H'raU editorially
says : We are inclined to expect that Gen. Butler's
next tie! 1 of operations will be .outh Carolina, and
tint with the restoration of the old flig over the cus
tomhouse, Charleston will before long be under the
wholesome discipline of Gen. Butler."
The official report shows the total force of the
Rebels engaged at the battle of Cedar Mountain to
have been J4,'J0O.
It is sr ited thu at the rite the new levies are now
moving forward. 6).O0;) reinforcements could be
given to I'ope aud McCiellan within a week.
The Treasury Department commenced on the 20th
A'iz. delivering the new postal currency, whicii will
be issued at the rate of $ J7.000 a day.
A dispatch from Gen. Morgan at Cumberland Gap,
says th it there is undue excitement on the subject of
the Rebel demonstration in East Tennessee, and alls
there is no cause for anxiety.
Kx-Governor Seymour, of New York, has notiSed
Gjvernor Morgin that be is ready to shoulder a
ruusket and go to the wars.
The Philadelphia mint coins $2,100 worth of cents
a diy : no! enough to supply the demand.
Mot of the towns of Massachusetts are now paying
me hundred dollars for recruits, under the new call
WAmcro?r, August 21st. One hundred and
eighty Federal prisoners, captured at Bull Run and
other points, reached here to day from South Car
olina. Th?y complain bitterly of their treatment.
LormiLLK, Aug. 21. The entire City Council
were arrested for refusing to take the oath of allegi
ance, but were released on resigning and giviug
bon If. The property of Mayor Henderson (who has
fled to tu rebel army) has been seized.
Fert Inltina regiments, and four companies cf
cav ilry, with one battery of artillery, have already
eroded roto this St ite.
CiN. j.vsATf. A igu-i 21. PIkeville. Tike county.
Ky.. i.i m possession cf the rebels Humphrey Mar--hall
advance. It -rn ,rt Iki ,e iu,.nr;cn flf
Humphrey to take posbtssiou of Big Sandy region
and a.ivan';e nearer the Ohio border. It i3 under
stood that Gen. Wright will throw all the Western
troops of the new quota into Kentucky, and forward
them to Fa?t Tennessee, where the rebels are concen
trating a large force.
The Noetii Carolina Elfctios. The Newbern
Prozrc states that the final result of th? election in
North Carolina indicates the defeat of Johnson, the
Secession cindldate for Governor, by a majority of
4,0'. The L'uiou Opposition h ive elected nearly
every member of both Houses of the Legislature, by
a still stronger majority. Every candidate advocat
ing the continuation ot the war aud teparation from
the Uuiou has been defeated.
Itebel I'lmia fur the Ofreutite.
The Memphis Jiullttin savs :
We bate some inklings of the subjects discussed at
two conferences of all the principal rebel militiry
leaders, lull iu Richmond ou the 4th and 6th July.
It is understood that they came to the conclusion
that they must loe no more territory. The defensive
policy was Mrongly httacked, aud both Lee and
Beauregarl advised the invasion of the North at
three points, namely : from Cumberland or Wiilianis
port into Pennsylvania ; from Louisville and Cincin
nati into Indiana and Ohio, aud from Paducah and
Cairo into Illinois.
It is allege 1 that the following plan of operations
for the remainder of the Summei campaign was
agreed urx n :
First The immediate obstruction of the James
river so as to make it impossible for McCiellan to use
it a3 a means for communication with the Govern
ment, and for their transportation or reinforcements
and army mpplies.
Secofl The occupation of Williamsburg, York
town and the eutire peniusul-i.
Uiinl The recovery of the who!e cf the territory
of Virginia, and the suppression ot the Baltimore and
F'jurth The recovery of New Orleans, Memphis
and the Missis-ippi river, and the expulsion of the
Federal troops from Tennessee and Kentucky.
When these objects had been accomplished, the 1
Lee and Beauregard plan was proposed. i
Fifth To make the Potomac and Ohio rivers at !
once their base "of cperations and frontier line, and j
to transfer the seat of war from Virginia to Miry-
Sixth To hurl upon Washington from Richmond, j
a col u in of 200,(;O) tripn.
By the capture of that city, the liberation of B.al- j
timore, and the invasion of the North at the three j
points named above, becoming iu turn the iuvaders,
they hope to make it necessary for us to keep at :
home, for the defense of our cities, fully 500,000
Loss of Stfamfk Cortt-s. By the arrival at San j
Francisco, dates to the 21st June were received. The
steamer (ort.t late of that port, was consumed by !
fire at Shanghae. She was on the j-oint of failing for ;
H.wikow, with a full cargo, of which only the trea- j
sure was paved. The fire originated in her engine :
room, but the cause is unknown, bat is supposed to '
have caught among the cotton waste. F.very en- '
deavor was made to save her by the nien-of war in .
the harbor, but she broke from her moorings, and, :
drifting down a couple of miles, grounded an J burnt !
Eight rebel Governors are now wandering as vagi- !
bonds with no visible means of support. They should
be sent to the workhouse.
The Roman Catholic Bishop of Virginia has issued !
a decree against O. P. Brownsou's Jtecic4C, I'eclaring
that it is no reliable exponent of Catholic doctrines '
and principles. The lit view will survive. i
All the rebel preachers of Nashville were ordered
to the penitentiary prep iratory to b.'ing sent South. !
It is to be hoped, for the sake of the souls of the j
other prisoners, that they were kept apart from them, i
If neither Great Br itain, Fr.ance, nor Spain will j
receive the rebel Confederacy as a colony, perhaps ;
Mexico wil! or the Sandwich Islands. Louisville
The Philadelphia Press says gold lias been uiscov- i
ered in the blue clay that underlies that city; it
thinks there is more gold there than in all California, j
The work of undermining has not yet commenced. j
Lockjaw Cubed. In New York a younj lady ran i
a rusry nail inro her foot recently. The injury pro- j
duced lockjaw of such a malignant character that .
her j hysiciaus pronounced her recovery hopeless. ;
An old nurse theu took her in hand, and applied ,
jxjunded beet roots to her foot, removing them as .
often as they became dry. The result was a most
complete and astonishing cure. Such a simple remedy :
should be borue in mind. j
Somelio ly says that the Southern Confederacy may j
now be lMunded as follows : cn the North by McCIel- j
lan and Halleck; on the East by Bumside and Hun- i
ter; on the South by Fort Pickens and the Gulf '
Squadron; and on the West by General Butler, Com- j
inodore Farragut. and Captain Porter.
vVbkck of a Floatino Dock. The Pacific Steam !
Navigation Company'! steamer Clola, while rfi the :
Dock, at Valparaiso, Chiie, cleaning her bottom on '
the 7th July, some of the wedges gave way, which
caused the steamer to fall against the Dock's side to ;
free her the Dock was obliged to be sunk, when the '
steamer was got out, but ou attempting to raise her j
again it was found impracticable owing to so much !
water entering that the Steam Pumps belonging to the J
Dock were not sufficient to free her she eventually J
sank to the bottom at about 11 P. M. in 7 or 8 !
fathoms water. j
The State of Maryland Ins the high honor of being i
the first State in the Union to pay its proportion of !
the national direct tax. Secretary Cha.-e has ad- j
dressed a complimentary letter to the State Treasurer J
acknowledging the receipt of the money, and express- i
ing his gratiacation ou seeing Maryland now, like 1
Miry lan Jin the days of the old line, coming forward '
with purse and sword, to the defense and support of
the American Union. j
As an indication of the signs of the tirns we notice
that Tennessee, Kentucky and Maryland are raising
new regiments for the Union army, arid under the '
inSuence of the Stars and Stripes in New Orleans J
five regiments are forming for the same purpose in S
that formerly secession ridden city. Maryland, also, i
is the first Stare in the Union that has paid in her j
war tax to the General Government, while Tennessee '
and North Carolina are coming rapidly to their !
senses and fist getting rid of the tyranny of Davis & i
Siet-RFssiox or Monasteries in Italy. Victor ;
Emanuel is busy suppressing monasteries in Italy. !
His proceedings in Piedmont are according to a '
lealiug programme ; but iu the Marches it is more '.
summary. The buildings are to be appropriated to
educational or military uses, and the monks are to i
be supported by their honest labors, assisted perhaps
in some ca-es by the State. The people seem to ap- :
prove the arrangement.
Loss cf Stepiiem Oirard's BkqufsT. It is men- 1
tionel that the heirs of Stephen Girard had recovered j
a verdict against the city of Philadelphia for lands i
in Schuylkill Co , Pa. This verdict has created quite j
a sensation in Philadelphia, and the opinion is ex- i
pressed that if the decision t e sustained by the Su- !
preme Court, the will of Mr. Girard is broken, the 1
purposes of his life defeated, and his great college j
and charity swept away. The North American !
says: The decision was in effect that the testament
of Mr. Girard, in some of its features, was an ag- '
gressive trust." against public policy and law, and
therefore voil ; and that in the eye of the law he died
intestate, and his estate on the day of death vested
in his heirs. I
In view of the International Exhibition, the Paris
publishers are publishing books to teach the French j
visitors the English language with lightening speed. ;
Among them is the Methode Glashiu, in which the '
author introduces a phonetic system, of which this is '
a sample: 'Gould morninne, seur, i amm vcrre
ouel, zh Hike god he Ainn 1 you, seur. aou ar you ?
(note, familiar) Aiammverrehappe to si you ouel,' I
If you read the above pronunciation to an Enelisli- i
mm. say the directions, with great naivete, an i he !
understands h out you may rest assured that you i
possess the veritable Euglish accent, so difficult to ;
acquire ! j
NfwsPArEns uv the Oveblaxd Mail ! An ex- j
tract from a private letter, dated Reese River, N. T., '
ICtb July, sent to a gentleman in this city the wti- j
ter of which is vouched to us as bciug perfidy reli- ;
able says : " j
Do not send any more newspapers, as I have never i
received any ; they are all stolen on the way. The :
proprietors of the Bulletin often wondered where all i
their newspapers w:nt to. If any of them were up j
here, at a certain station between this and Salt Lake
they could find four font of nttrpnpen hid behind I
a haystack. So much for rniil contractor-1.
In consequence of an application from the Atlantic
Telegraph Company, the Admirality had ordered the
pa Idle steamer Porcupine to be prepared at Ply
mouth for taking sounJmgs in the Atlantic.
The Common Council cf the city of London ha 1 vo
ted the freedom of the city to L-.r J Cunning, for his
eminent services as Governor General of la lia.
The Prince of Wales arrived at Malta on the 6th,
iust., en route for England, having completed his
tour in the East.
George Francis Train, on being fined five hundred
pounds, in default of imprisonment, on nccount of
the non-removal of his street railways at Kensington
and London, protested before a full bench of judges,
in the name cf all foreigners, against being found
gui'ty without the shadow of a trial.
QtfcEN Victoria has already reigned over the
British Empire twenty five ye.irs. that period having
been completed on the 20ih ot June. She is still iu
the meridian cf life, having been crowned at the
early age of nineteen. Only ten of her predecesors
have reigned so long, the largest of all the reigns
having been that of George the Third who was the
grandson of George the Second, and was crowned
when only twenty three years of age. His reigu
extenled to sixty years, but for the last two of it, he
was insane or an imbecile, and the government was
administered by the Prince Regent, who became
The Hesse Casscl Elector had accepted the resigna
tion of the Ministry, and the principal ministerial
functionaries. The coasts of the Northern and Baltic
teas are to be defended by forts at the mouths of the
principal rivers. It has also been decided to build
eight mailed steamers, after the American system
armed with 3 guns.
lur;r.g the debates on the budget various telling
attacks were made upon the Finance Minister, Von
Piener, and it was announced, and indeed established
that the deficit was 74,OJO,OUJ florins instead of
C'.'.OoO.tSOO as he had or iginally fixed. The House
was disagreeably started by this revelation, and
signified the want of confiJence in its finance minis
ter by declining to take in hau l the subject of aug
mented taxation until it should be satisfactorily set
tled what the amount really was requisite to meet
A new ministry has been formed :
President of the Council and Minister of Interior,
Minister of War, M. Spiremilo.
Minister of .Marine, M Mexis.
Minister of Public Worship, M. Hatziskas.
Minister of Finance, M. Levidas.
Minister of justice, M. Kilopulas.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, M. Thodsaris.
To the Friends of Education.
TIIK PUBLIC AUK ALRKADV AWARE
that the iiriueiii.il buiMint; of tliu S-min.-iry at Lalidmaluna has
be-Ju destroyed by Are. Tdere were also iletttroyeil at the same
time a rhiiosoptii'-al apparatus and book belonging to tbe Semi
nary. Tie scholars were also sulT; rer. The estimate for creet
injr suit:ib! buiMingt is $5,000. The Iicpislature has appro
priated $6,000 to ! applied for the erection of buildings, anil it
will require atxiut $3,000 to complete and furnish them for the
purple of the pchonl, and to fumi.ih a Philoiopliical apparatus
equal to thu one destroyed and to replace the books. And the
Hoard of Education regard it a duty to appeal to the w hole peo
ph; of the Islands f T contributions to supply the deficiency, bo
that this College niay le put once more into successful opera
tion. There is now an opportunity for the friends of education
to render essential aid in a tiin of pn-at exigency to this insti
tution, which has tiecn, and, I trust, will hereafter be of great
service to all our people. I would suggest that the Superinten
dent of the schools in each district, in conjunction with the Trea
surer, should take such a course as they may think most expe
dient, to raise a subscription for the purpose. 'Whatever amount
may be collected can be paid to the 1'reanurer of each district, to
be transmitted by him to the undersigned.
Office of tho Board ol Education, Aug. 5, 102. S25-lui
m r:c ii a x i cs BExnrn vsi o v.
The Annual Election of Officers of this Association for
r the ensuing year, will take place on FRIDAY Kf-'E-A.VC,
Srjtt. 12, at the Rooms of Mechanic Engine Co. Xo. 2.
A full attendance is particularly requested, as the reading of
Annual Keports, etc., will be brought before the meeting.
A WORK TO TIIK AGED. In t lie decline
of life the loss of the vital force consequent upon physical decay,
can only be safely supplied by some vivify imr preparation which
recruits the strength and spirits, without entailing the exhaustion
which is always the final effect of ordinary stimulants. We
tender to the aged Dr. HOSTbTTElfS STOMACH IUTTEKS
H3 an invigurant and restorative, immediate in its beneficial i
action and permanent iu its eff-ct. It tones the stomach, im
proves the appetite, act like a charm upon the spirits For
dyspepsia, oppression after eating, billious cholie, wind cholic
iasm of the stomach, sick or nervous head-ache, chills and
fever, tremens, prostration, and all the complaints special to the
feebler sex, the Hitters are earnestly recommended by thousands
who have witnessed their superior efficacy in sin;h cases. Sold
by all Pruggists and dealers everywhere. liiJ-lm
AVIll Iu-vo Honolulu
IF OS? K.OM
AXD INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
SEPTEMBER Monday, . - 15th
N. It. The K I I.AVE A leaves Honolulu for Kona and inter
mediate ports EfERY MOSDA Y next quarter. She will leave
Kcalakekua on Wednesdays, and Hawaii. a'- on Thursdays
arriviiig at Honolulu on Saturday morning.
J ANION, GILEKN 6r Co.,
Honolulu, June, 1362. (317) Agents II. 3. N. Co.
FOR HGN8 KONG
THE CLIl'i'ER BARK
HENRY J. II. 1I0LDSWORTII, Master.
Having arrived from San Francisco, will be laid on for
Hong Kor.g. To sail on the
Xii!-; t oT October.
For freight or passage, apply ti Messrs. IIOF FSCII LAEGER
$ ST A I'ENHOKsT, or HENRY J. II. HOLDS WORTH.
KOLO! .1111 Hill III 11.IDIE.I
THE WELL KNOWN SCHOONER
& K AX, AM A, &
Wiil run regularly u the aove ports. For freight or passage
(which will be taKen at lowest rates; aj ply to
ZZj 3m At Thos. King's OtTk-o, f ot of Nuuanu street-
Regular Hilo Packet!
rv THE SCHOONER
' ISTottio Morrill,
Will leave Honolulu for Hilo.
rec:t;iari,y Kvn ry v kek
CABIN PASSAGE to or from Hilo $5.
Mft .loi .- ?HID(1K
MELCE4ERS & GO.
OFFER FOR SALE
OF THE OLDENBURG BARK,
Fanv prints, shirting prii.u.
Victoria lawns, white moleskin,
lilue denims, blue cottons,
Erowii cottoin", bed tickings.
White shirting, blue flannel.
Cotton velvet blue and black,
I'lain Orleans blue and Mack,
Figured Orleans Mae black and preen,
Linen sheeting 1(10 inches wide,
Superior wo-jK-h table covers.
White and colored blankets,
Cotton 9ewing thread.
Linen sewing thread,
Felt saddle cloths,
ItieleWd linen handkerchiefs,
Silks, Iffais Ribbons
Black i'lain silk,
Bhick silk umbrellas,
BUck anJ colored silk ribbon.
Black silk haudkercbiefs,
Gent's felt hats.
I5osicsy, Sb iris,
Men's brown, white and mixed 60cks,
Ladies' white stocking,
Heavy woolen stockinj;,
French elastic supendcrs,
Printed ropatta shirts,
Hickory shirts, white cotton shirts.
Red, white and striped undershirt.
Denun frocks and trowsers.
Elue pil.it reefing jacket,
lllack alpaca coats and sacks,
lilack cloth pantaloons.
Assorted woolen pantaloons,
Assorted cotton pantaloons,.
Eff:irIvr;aie & Crockery.
Table-knives and forks, Fish-hooks,
Needles, table and tea spoons,
ltutcher-knives, 5i 12 inch,
Saw-liles, buckles, scissors, screws,
Hinges, brass bolts, Sail needles, iron spikes and nails,
Jewsharpa, Drawer looking glasses,
Oilt framed looking glasses,
White and blue figured plates,
White and blue figured bowls.
White and blue figured chambers,
White dishes, tureens, fruitbaskets,
Itasins, Nappies, &c.
Crushed and powdered sugar In boxes,
l'l iiues in t . .;,
Kaiins a...i currants in jars, sweet oil.
Shells 1 almonds in demijohns,
Walnuts, Sardin i tins.
Sausages, Swiss cheese,
Carolina rice in demijohns,
Wine vinegar in glas,
Triple vinegar in demijohns,
Spirits, YTiiies, &c.
Alcohol iu demijohns, 95 per cent,
Genuine Holland Oiiu in c.ises,
Cognac in cases,
Sherry, Port and Hock wine,
Superior French wine.
Cherry Cordial, Swiss bitters,
Pale Ale. in cses of 4 doz., Viz.:
P.ass if Co.,
J. C. Maractti A: Sons,
Lubin's Extracts, genuine,
Housepaper, borders and corners,
English bar iron,
English sheet iron,
Ei glih hoop iron, 1 x 1-1S in:h,
Best charcoal tinplatcs, 14 x 10, 14 x 20,
Shcrt lead, lead pipe. 1 and one inch,
White and yellow soap,
Black an l grn oil paints.
Zinc white, white lead,
Roman and Portland cement,
A nice assortment of tea-trays.
AN ASSORTMENT OP
II i: JI I C A IV VASS : -
Twilled Saclving !
Seaming Twine. 2 & 3 Thread.
n y ii. w. si:vi:kaxce.
Sule of O en era I
THIS DAY !
A I It) o'clock, A. M., nl Salra Kuoiti,
Wiil l-c sold
Yertt rowtlrrs, Nets Tubs,
Hickory Shirts, Driod Reef,
REST REFINER CRI-SIIER SIT.AR,
Rl'f;;V AM HARNESS,
ALSO A Eot of rurniture.
White, Anjelicn ntid Iort Wine,
L.iul of ranhala, Eua, Oalm.
1IV VIKTI E OF AX (IKI)EK OF
the Suprvnie Com t, will lie soi l, at public auo
tion, at the auction r.K iu of II. W. Severance, in
Honolulu, on Saturday the 13tU day of September, at li
J o clock, noon, the
JJ . ci o f I xx linla,
Situated in the district of Ewu, Oahn. containing 2.S20 acre of !
I Kuia Laud, well suited for pi-aKinf, and 9 acre of Kulo L -nd.
J The land is at present leased to Capt. Jehn Meek, and possession
j will be piven on the 1st of January, ISOo. Title lee simple,
i For further particulars, apply to
! J. W. Al'S'l'lN,
! Guardian ad litem of Kahekili .
; H. W. SEVERANCE, Auctioneer.
I HOUSE & LOT
At 12 oVIock. M., on the I'rrtiiiKf,
Will be sold, the
SITUATED OX M.U XAKEA ST.,
near the cmer of Hotel Street. The house
fronts on Maunakea street, is a two-story wood
en building, and the 1 wer half has recently een occupied as ai
store. The lot measures about 30 ft. by 34 ft. Terms Cash.;
Hale Positive. For further particulars, Bpply to !
li. W. SEVERANCE, Auctioneer. ;
Household Furniture !
FRIDAY Sept. 19,
AT lO O'CLOCK, A.M..
At ibc Kriilrure of Capt. Ii. J. II. Iloldw
worth, Chnplain Street,
Wiil be sold,
The Knt ire ITuniiture oftlie House,
Carpeting, Hair Cloth Sofas, Leather Covered Sofas,
Koa Center Table, Knsewood Whatnot,
Piano (Kosewood case,) Music Stool,
Cane Seat Chairs. Side Board. Kocking Chairs,
Extension Table, Wheeler if Wilam Sewing Machine,
Silver Plated Teapots. Cake Pasket, '
Class Ware, Hilt Tea Sett and White Pinner Setts,
Single anil Double ll.-dstead, Childrens Cats and
Swinging Cots, Painteil Wardrobes,
Chest of Iraers, liedding, Mirrors, Washstands,
Lamps and Uof)ks, Kitchen Furniture complete,
Washing Machine, Patent Mangle Harden Hose.
HOUSE AND CARRIAGE
Lease of Premises !
jjFv;--. iL.ur.ri oi an kinu oi siiuaiery, lar-
- -fe.. . .... .... ...
v riage rrunming, Mattress making
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch.
,TJ- All onlers promptly attended to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu.
t il 2. 17x13. 18x15,
Jl f 30x24, 40x0, 4Sx36, just received per " Thames," and
for sale at
MELCIIERS if CO3
IIAI.IXO CRAFT AXD GEAR.
Tarreil and M mil Cordage.
Hunting Powder, in J and 1 II). tins.
Linseed Oil, in Demijohn.
For sale at (32l-3m) SIELCHERS if Co.'s.
OFFERS FOR SALE
LOWEST MARKET HATES.
THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
3VI ERC IX A N D I S E :
ffEMP AM) MANILA CORDAGE,
G 3 Cutting Falls,
Whale Line, Ratlin add Seizing Stuff,
Bone Yarn, Cutting in Blocks,
X'atent and Bushed Blocks, assorted,
.Mincing Machine Try Work Gear,
Try I'ota, Cooler,
Oig Irons, Lances.
Copper Pumps, Hiievw,
Brand' Whaline Ouns and Lanres,
Ship and Boat Compasses,
Signal and Boat Lanterns,
Ships htad and Tank Pumps,
Large and small Force Pumps.
Topsails, T. . Sails, KoyaU, Spanker, Staysail,
Two gangs Lower and Topmast Rigging, nearly new,
I Chain table,
j Head Strapi.
j Coopers Rivets,
; Coofwrs' & Carpenters' Tools
I Hooks and Thimbles,
1 Jib Hanks,
j Rigging Screws.
fluke and tin Chains,
Hammers and Privert,
fine new Whale Boat,
Can and Boat Hooks.
Boat Grapnels. C21-3m
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE. in qnnrla.
XT. lor sals at
MELCHERS k Co.'s.
BLl'E AXD IINK ORLEANS.
Black and blue silk for dresses,
Black and colored silk neckties,
Black siik cravats,
Black fail . umbrellas,
Black silk velvet,
Black velvet ribbons,
Colored velvet bracelets.
Colored velvet ribbons,
Asst. cotton socks and stockings,
Hunting Powdrr in 1 lb. Tin,
For sale by
J2S-2m 51ELCHER3 k Co.
ALT WATER SOAP.
MELCHERS 4 Co.'s.
For sale at
IP O I MACHINES!
rTMIIE I XDEKSIGXED IS PREPARED to
M make machines for manufacturing Pul for home con
sur.iption or j acking fi.r ships' use. The Poi is made by the
mu?hine in such a cleanly manner, that the motit delicate ierson
can find no fault.
The pi ice of these machines will be very reasonable. One
already m:ide can be seen by callinir at my house. Persons
wishing to have them made to onler will please call on
I:i Alakea St., cpp.site the residence of Mr. Wrn. Beckley.
RY J. II. com-:.
At lO w'rlorU. A. M. nt Salra Room,
Will te old :
General roi-oliiniclisio I
Consisting in part of
Dry GootU, Clolhinu,
Roots Si Shoos, Furniture,
S TJ UST D BIES !
E. 0. HALL
. OHVrs For Sale
In Store, and Just Reeeivetl by the
Ia 1 pipe, sheet lead, solder, tin, sheet iron, nail tod,
Norway shapes, cast utei I, lleniuin and spring st.td.
Sweed's iron, ire, imwder, ituit, percusfiou caps.
Safety fuse, -aippli s, tl.isks, shot punches, lanterim,
Force and lift pump, hose, patent oil lamps,
tllms and Britannia lamps. German student' lamps,
Britannia tea and cotf.-e pots, boxe gla, wickiug,
Sl:ir chimnies, nailri. spikes, screws, MM-ket tiiiive.
Files, C. S. shovels, ulurm clocks. Mack and white paint.
Buttons, agate buttons, lock, butts, bolts, saucepan.
Pepper b.xes, grates, egg beaters, spokeshave.
Socket firmer cliisels, sewing machine needle.
Telegraph needles, fine comt. bathing pMige,
Peg aud sewing awl, shoemaker' wax, plane, taws,
Sipjare. bevels, bras cock, augei bits, auger.
Ship carpenters' adzes, slicks, broad axe & 2 tongue boTfl,
Pick handle, market baskets, door mats.
Preserving kettles, enameled duck, coru mill.
Corn shellcra, hay cutlers, boring machine.
Grind stones, crank and rollers, frying pan.
Bake kettles, p ows, chains, tub, wool card, ho.
Rakes, Spnnlding' glue, mucilage, twine, beeswax.
Borax, grain shovels, bush hooks, dog chain,
Trace chains, mule chains, w.kkI faucets, mortar.
Rolling pin, flesh and hor brushes, lieep shear,
Paiut aud sho brushes, hair and tooth bruhes,
Tinned spurs, adze, sledge and auer handle, whip.
Traveling bag, blacking. W. W. brushes, saoh tool,
Awl handles, pick, handled axes, shoe nail.
Tacks, breast drills, bow pins, bed cantor.
Screw pullics, sash sheaves, assorted hooks.
Knobs and clothe hooks, assorted plane, mallet.
Clamp screw, bench screws, hammer, glue.
Boat nails, clinch nails, Gillot's pen, pen holder,
Pencils, enre!oes, paier, tape measure.
Spectacles, pail ear, Ate, ire, kc.
American prints, French rrints, shirting prints,
Linen napkins, table damask, assorted flannel,
Pimltv, check camhric, pajer cambric, piano covers.
Shawls, oiled silk, Italian sewing silk, jaconet cambric,
Alpaca, table velvet, brown and green barege.
Mourning prints and lawns boys' hose, zephyr wol,
Indies' m'rino and cotton hose, linen and cotton thread.
Spool cotton, assorted ribbon, thread edging.
Elastic braid, ruftling, new hair braid, lasting,
Italian cravat, searsucker, naukinelte, nankin,
Fancy cassimeies, assorted trimmings, quilts.
Plain and figured d-lalnes, figured goat's hair,
Role, summer stutT, grey wool shirts, fancy shirt,
Chumbray, Russia crash, bleached sheetings.
Bleached cotton, blue drills, hickory shiits,
Bleached jeans, nio(uito nellinir, worsted damask,
Cottonades, Marseille, brilliants, linen bosom shirts,
Lining cambrics, dolled Swiss inu-lins, crinoline.
Ruches, hooped skirt, carpet binding, dimity bands,
Mits, tapes, toweling, Jkc, kc.
PAOTS, OILS &c
White lead, zinc white, Venetian red, yellow ochre.
Red lead, Prussian blue, Paris green, chrome green,
Vcrdigri., umber, drop black, chrome yellow,
Telia de Sienna, Imperial green, boili.-d linseed oil.
Conch, cpal and damar varnisli, carbon, whiting,
l'utty, ground and lump puminice stone.
Hand caru. Cart boxes,
Wheel barrows, Cayenne peppw,
Burnet's flavoring extracts. Black perpcr, ground,
Cream tartar, A rrowroot,
Tomato ketchup, Hairy salt, ke.
.... A ISC. . .
NEW GOODS Shortly Expected
"Southern IVoss" ami 44 Saracen,"
Via San Francisco, and by the
Cfc Eric" unci 66 Xtacliiffii,'
Direct from Boston.
323-2in " m
VIEWS OF HONOLULU!
ALL PERSON'S VISITING OR RESIDING
on these Island, should not fail to send a nut of Ci. JI,
HurgeM1 View of Honolulu to their friend abroad,
as they will convey by far a lietter idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place than any work or print ever pub
Ished. To be. had of K. BURGESS,
320-3m Fort trecl. '
Belgian Wrought Iron!
VAILS AMI SPIKES, 2 1-2 O INCH,
i French nails, 1 3 inch,
Sheet F.inc, 30x72 inch.
Just Received rn-r "Thames," and for sale at
325 -2m M ELCHKR3 If CO.'?.
II1SKV, in lO snllon kegs.
COGNAC, In 10 and IS gallon kegs.
J A M A I C A R U M . in b and 10 gallon keg.
PA LE A LE Has V Co.', iu quarts,
J. C. Marzetti & Son's, In quart,
H. Ix-etjen's, In quarts,
ALCOHOL, W6 percent. In demijohn.
For sale at
321.3m MELCIIERS It C0'8.
TO THE PUBLIC!
OR FIRMS, PLANTATIONS, RICE-
growers and others, cut neatly to order in any ttyM
required, by the undersigned.
fllllAT SHOULD LIE IN EVERY STORE
M one or more sets of the alphabet, in stencil plates, it yery
bandy. Cut to order by the undersigned.
1 PLAN'S. LEGAL DOCUMENTS, Sce.f Ate.
copied at short notice by the undersigned.
Ornamental Foil Signs
ON CLASS A BEAUTIFUL ARTICLE
for decorating Refreshment Saloons, Hotels, Counting
Rooms, 4-c, got up in fancy styles by the undersigned.
Itlinds, Screens, &c,
"VEATLV LETTERED WITH VELVET
1 or cKit, or painted, by the undersigned.
Eti lis ami Accounts
A DE OUT ON SIICtRT NOTICE, BY
ALL WORK IN THE ABOVE LINE
x. will be done in the best manner, and at prices suited to
the times. Orders from the country and other Island will be
promptly attended to by
THOS. O. THRUM,
325 2m Opposite the Odd Fellows' 1UH, Fort street.
Black and Blue Broadcloth.
WXTRA FINE QUALITY.
MA For sale at
MELCIIERS k Co.'i.
3I:xt lnofK. IVTaxt
I?iOR SALE ABOUT IOOO KAUAI MADE
good substantial Mat Bajs, fir Sutrar or Salt, at
ai0 3in vos HOlTii HKCCK'3.