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Th bwrk Onward arriieJ jesterJsy, fter a long
p-wsaje of three week. baring left Hin Franolco on
the 9th. The following is sumaiarj of her nei :
IIcADQCABTras Akmt or the Potomac, Sept. 4.
The rebel picket refuse? to believe that Atlanta baa
fallen. They hare La rerj friend'y Utelj. Thej
hTe their pockets fil!ei with Jeff. DTt. proclama
tion, offering protection an J safe conduct to deserters.
They hope largely to reduce our ranks br tbis dodge.
Tbej beg ill the eatables thej can get from our men.
riven greenbacks ami tobacco in exchange.
September th. Ltt night our batteries along the
entire line opeued and saluted the enemy for an bour,
in honor of the fill of Atiantn.
New Yghk, Spt. 7. The Tribune special from
Wilbur's HeaJqaarters on the r:b says, the Dutch
Gp Canal is so far complete that its success is beyond
question. Tbe river will be taught a new and better
tthanneL Of bow much value as a military expedi
ent tbe canal will be remains to be seen. It will by
do means open the river to Richmond. The rebel
gunboats are now a mi'e or two above it. Fort Drury
it also above it. and beyond there may be other ob
structions io tbe channel. However, by means of it
we shall fliuk the Howland IIoo? Battery, which :b
almost as formidable as Drury li'.uff, and shall cat
off six mires of river.
Wasuixoto. Sept. 6. The Richmond papers Fay,
that in tbe battle near Atlanta our troops were first
repulsed, but they finally drove the enemy back with
heavy leas, including three Generals, Anderson,
1'atton and Iltrdee.
LonsTiLLC, Sept. 6. -Official dispatches received
at Nashville, announce that in the late fight before
Atlanta the rebels lost three thousand, killed and
wounded, with two :bousand prisoners, including a
BrigadierOeneral, ten guns and a large amount of
camp equipage. Our los was trifling. Tbe rebels
were retreating in great hate. Official information
from the front dated Sunday, seventeen miles below
Atlanta, represents Sherman as pushing rapidly
WAjnisoTO, Fept. 7. This Department is still
without dispatches from south of Nashville. It is
supposed to be Sheruan's design to withdraw bis
advance columns and give his army a reM in Atlanta;
establish himself securely there and restore tbe rail
road communication, now broken by Wheeler and
Forrest, before making another advance.
New Yosk, Sept. 8 The following is Hood's ac
count of bow he was whipped :
On August SOth, the enemy made a lodgement
across the Flint River, near Jonesloro. We attacked
them there on the evening of the 81st with two corps,
but foiled to dislodge them. This m tde it necessary
to abandon Atlinta. which was done on the night of
the l9t of September. Our loss on the evening of
the Sltt was sua Alt. On the evening of the 1st of
September, Gen. ilardec's corps in position at Jones
boro, was assaulted by a superior force of the enemy,
being outd nked, and compelled to withdraw during
the night with tbe loss of eight guns. Tbe enemy's
prisoners report their loss very severe.
LonsviLLc, Sept. 8. In answer to a request that
General Sherman would give us details of his late
cperaiicna before Atlanta, we have received tbe fol
Oa August 25tb, pursuant to a plan of which
the War department had been fully advised, I left the
Twentieth Corps at Cbittahoochie Bridge, and with
the balance of the Army drew off from the eieg9 ;
and, using considerable artifice to mislead the enemy,
rcoved rapidly south, reached the West Point Rail,
road near Fairborn on the 27th, broke up twelve,
niiles of it. and then moving east, my right ap
proached the Macon Road near Jonesboro, my left
being near Rough and Ready. Tbe enemy attacked
the right wing of the Army cf the Tennessee and
was completely beaten en the 31st. During the com
bat I pushed my left of the centre rapidly to tbe
railroad, above and between Rough and Ready and
Jonesboro. On the 1st of September I broke up
about eight miles of the Macon Road, and turned on
the enemy at Jonesboro; assaulted bm and bis lines
were carried there capturing Brig. Gen. Gaven
(Gowaa) and about two thousand prisoners, eighteen
gutts and much plunder. Night alcne only prevent
ed our capturing all Hardee's corps, which escaped
south that night. Hood, in Atlanta, finding all the
railroads broken cr in our possession, blew np bis
ammunition train, reven locomotives, eighty cars,
and evacuated Atlanta, which, on the 2d of Septem
ber, was occupied by the Twentieth Corps, left for
that purpose. We are following the retreating rebels
ta near Lovejy's Station, thirty miles south of At
lanta, but finding him strongly entrenched I con
cluded I would defer an assault, as we already had
gained the great object of the campaign, viz: Atlanta.
The army gradually and leisurely returned to Atlan
ta, and row is encamped south of the city. We have,
as the result of this quick, and I think, as well ex
ecuted movement, 27 guns and over SfHX) prisoners.
W'e h ive buried otcr 400 of tbe rebel dead left, and
r.ixen as many cf tbe wounded as could not be re
moved. The rebels lost, In-aide that important city,
at least 500 dei.l. 2.500 wounded and 3,000 prison
ers; the aggregate loss will not foot up 1,500 on our
Cufeiralfow Hie- British Province.
Ciirlottetow5. Prince El ward's Island. Sept. 7.
A Conference of Delegates from the several pro
vinces, to consider the expediency of nniting under
one Government and Legislature, certain portions or
the whole of British North America, has continued
its sitting here since the first inst. Tbe proceedings
are kept entirely secret. It is rumored that after a
careful consideration of the whole question the Con
ference udanimonly concluded that the advantages
to firm a Confederation of all tbe Colonies will be
TrJ grt, provided that terms could be made satis
factory to the maritime delegates, who. it is said, are
to resume the consideration of the details of tbe
scheme at Halifix. nnle some formidable obstacle
arises. An authorized Conference of the several
provinces will shortly be bel 1 at Quebec, to discuss
the points cf variance, an 1 if possible to mature a
propoeitioo to be submitted to Parliament. Tbe Con
ference is said to have a 1 nrned to the 14th, to meet
Nnr Yoxc, Sept. 5. A Washingtcn dispatch says
that everything was quiet in front of Petersburg up
to yesterday morning. The retxls were erecting
strong works opposite our position on the left. Tbe
work on the Dutch Gap Canal is approaching comple
tion. The Herald's City Point correspondent of the
4th says: The Richmond papers affect to ridicule tbe
idea of a single line cf railroad being vital to their
occupation of Petersburg, or Richmond, but the
general despondency is evinced in tbe same issue.
A correspondent writes from Ream's Station Battle
Ground, several days after tbe withdrawal cf our
forces, and speaks sorrowfully of tbe thorough de
struction of nine miles cf railroad track and tbe
iron, by Hancock's Corps, and pronounces its re
possession by the rebels hopeless and impossible.
New York, Sept. &. Ths Commercial's special
eajs : Information has been received from Grant's
rmy that the rebels in front of Warren, ou the Wel
don Railroad, were strongly reinforced, and a battle
eetns inevitable. Their troops have been moved with
H possible secrecy, and our generals are fully posted.
HlADO.CATF.BS ASMT Or THE POTOMAC, Sept. 6.
Rumors have been prevalent for two days past that
Prt of Early' troops had arrived in our front, and
were making on our left flank, necessitating another
struggle for the possession of tbe Weldon Railroad.
Preparations are being made to receive them. Thus
Jar, with the exception of a few guerrillas, no enemy
has ippeared in that direction.
Baltimore, Sept. 5.A special to the American,
BerryviJIe, tbe ltb, says Crook's command
-n ZEmu1 i
broke camp yesterday morning, and moved toward
Berryville, Crook ou tbe left, the Nineteenth Corps
in the centre, and the Sixth Corps on the right.
Crock reached Berryville at noon, and rested in line
of battle, while pickets were posted on tbe road lead
ing from Berryville.
Crock's command went into camp and had just
finished pitching their tents, about four o'clook, when
heavy picket skirmishing was heard ou tbe picket
line The whole command rapidly turned out, form
ed and moved to the tupport of the pickets, who had
teen driven from Leyoud some entrenchments which
they bad occupied. Ihe Thirty. sixth Ohio and Ninth
Virginia formed au 1 charged the rebels, driving them
out of the (iitrenchmrnts, and a desperate struggle
ensued. Tbe rebels being determined to regain the
entrenchments, they masted no less thau two divi
sion auJ burled tbem, with their accustomed feroc
ity against our forces, which were supported by
Daniel's and Ibornburg's divisions. They were
The conflict lasted till after sundown, and the army
was ecgiged all night digging entrtuebments and
throwing up breastworks. We now occupy a strong
position. We captured fifty prisoners and three
stands of colors. Our loss was about three hundred
killed and wounded, and that of the enemy at leust
one third more.
Nrw York. Sept. 9. The Times'' special from
Charlestown, Va., 7th, says the enemy show no dis
position to cfler battle in general engagement. On
Mouday General Birge'a Brigade of Granger's Divi
sion of the Nineteenth Corps advanced to Winches
ter and Barryville Turnpike, where the rnemy fell
back without firing a shot. The First New York
Dragoons, Major Smith, the sinie day. went on a re-
counoisanco to the right, but met with no serious
opposition. Our troops reached a point on tbe
Winchester Turnpike where Early's headquarters
bad been three hours before. Kirlv'a movements
are enveloped somewhat in mystery.
From Tru neater.
New York, Sept. 0. The Commercial publishes
the following dicpatch from IvnoxvilJe, Tennessee:
The following official telegram was received early
this evening from Bull's Gap, the 4th : Gen. Tilloson
surprised, defeated and killed Johu -Morgan nt Green
ville this morning. The killed are scattered for
miles, and not yet counted. They will probably
number from 50 to 100. About 25 prisoners were
taken. Among those captured were Morgan's staff,
with one piece of artillery and a caisson. The
enemy's force outnumbered mice, but the surprise
was complete. (Signed.) Alvin C. Gillen.
Iori9ViLLL-, Sept. 5. Three thousand rebel cav
alry, under Williams and Robertson, with three
pieces of artillery, were attacked by Gen. Milroy,
near Murfreesboro, on Saturday morning, and brisk
fighting oontinued all day Sunday. Tbe rebels re
treated toward Triune, followed by Milroy, who rattle
several attacks during Sundny. Tbo Federal loss
was ten killed and wouoded. The rebel loss is
thought to be larger. Geiwro.1 Milroy having ex
hausted bis ammunition, joined General Rousseau's
force near Franklin. Wheeler's main force was six
miles southwest of Columbia. On Sunday, Williams'
detachment, it is reported, had j incd him, Rousseau
closely following. The damage to the railroad is
very slight, no bridge nor trestles were destroyed.
A later dispatch from Milroy reports eleven rebels
captnred and twenty killed mid wounded.
The Nashville Times says a dispatch received this
morning reports General Rousseau pursuing Wheeler
south of Duck river. In a charge upon the rebels,
who were dismounted to fight, we captured five hun
Nasiivillf, Sept. 8. The latest intelligence from
Rousseau is, that he is driving Wheeler, who is try
ing to get across the Tennessee river. We have cap
tured many prisoners. The railroad between Nash
ville an! Chattanooga will be In running order
The XiaKurn," Seize Ihe Crorgin.'
New Yobic, Sept. 5th. The United States frigate
JViagara teized the rebel pirate steamer Georgia,
twenty miles off Lisbon, put a prize crew ou board,
and sent her to New York. The JWagara landed
the Captain and crew of the Geurgia at Dover. Tbe
Georgia, when seized, was under the British flag,
and her captain entered n protest against the seizure.
Tbe event has excited much controversy, aud it was
rumored that the capture was effected under the con
sent of the British Government. There is much dif
ference of opinion as to the legality of the capture,
but general satisfaction is expressed.
Washington, Sept. 6. Tbe President has issued a
series of orders in relation to the recent Federal suc
cesses at Mobile, and Atlanta, tendering the National
thanks to Generals Sherman, Can by nnd Granger,
and ordering a National ualute to be fired at the ar
senals and navy yards in the United States, in honor
of the recent victories. He also recommends thanks
giving be offered in the churches next Sunday there
Washington. Sept. 6. During the last ten days
the Dumber mustered into the service averaged three
thousand per day. Tbe number mustered in on the
third was over six thousand, wbicb probably is a
greater number than has been mu6tercd in on any
other day for two years.
There is authority for the statement that an ar
rangement ha3 been entered into between our own
and tbe' rebel government, whereby the condition of
our prisoners, in rebel hands, will be materially ben
efitted. Tbe rebel Commissioner, Ould, has submit
ted a proposition to our Government agreeing to re
lieve our prisoners of war in their hands, in close
confinement, and put them on the footing of other
prisoners of war, providing cur Government will do
the same towards the rebel prisoners similarly held
by us. This proposition was accepted.
New York, Sept. 8th The Committee appointed
by the Chicago Convention to notify General McClel
lan of his nomination, met this morning at the St.
Nicholas Hotel. Nearly all tbe Committee were pre
sent, and at 1 o'clock proceeded to tbe mansion of
General McClellao, where they were received by the
General and Colonel Lansing. Atter the ceremony
of introduction and a brief interview, the Committee
presented General McClellan with a copy of the pro
ceedings of the Chicago Convention and a letter ad
visiug him of his nomination. His letter to that
effect will probably be formally presented to the
Committee this evening. Besides the Committee, a
large number ot prominent gentlemen visited Gen
eral McClellan to-day ; among them was Auguste
Belmont, Potter Cagger, Dean Richmond nnd others.
Ntw Yobk, Sept. Gtb. The Commercial's Wath
ingtcn special dispatch says five officers of the A' ar
sarg'.r had arrived there, to give evidence respecting
the conduct of the English yacht Greyhound. Con
scripted North Carolinans, now here, say tbe condi
tion cf that State is terrible. The conscripting
guards and citizens shoot ench other daily. They
think that the rebel Home Guards will be bushwhack
ed out of existence booh.
Wasuisgtos, Sept. 7th. A letter from Teneriffe,
August 4th, says : The steamer Florida arrived here
yesterday and was allowed to take coal and what
provisions she required. She sailed at noon, going
south. During her stay she received imne of the
courtesies extended to vessels of war visiting this
port. It is reported that she came here direct from
the coast of New England, where she took and de
stroyed many vessels, including a steamer with a
valuable cargo, supposed to have been the steamer
Baltimore. Sept. 9tb. The Constitutional Con
vention completed its labors and adjourned to-day.
Tbe new Constitution will be submitted to tbe people
on tbe 12tb of October.
New York, Sept. 8th. The New London corres
pondent of the Commercial Advertiser says the
greatest excitement prevailed the past week in the
steamboat cftices of the lines from Boston to New
York, consequent upon the revealing to Collector
Barney of a plot to destroy all the steamboats run
ning on the Sound. It was said that tbe Electric
Spurt, recently captured by tbe Tullahatsee, and
now her consort, was hoveriug about our Ccast. and
was to do the wotk.
10000 Old iYcwftpnpciv
CITABLE FOR WRAPPING PAPER.
For mJ cheap by the loo or 1000.
434.31a II. M. W1HTXEV.
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ty truil a ian-n)i
tureof PIANOS. oQVrs
for th- repairing nu- tuning of ianx, ar.d gunra'itees satiafac
tion to all etitrustiiic th-ir work to him.
Onlerslcft at Mr. ichf r's Cabinet Shop iu Hotel Bt., will
promptly attrivl! to.
435 6m arorsTrs KOCH.
Vermont makes sugar enough for Louie consump
tion. The New York Evening Post and ether city papers
have advanced terms to five cents for eacli single
paper, and $12 per year.
Rcsclt or the Late Draft. Tbo results cf the
last draft were stated in Congress, the other day to
have been: Exempted for disability, 75.000; for
other causes, 74,000; paid commutation, 41,000;
procured substitutes, 24,000; served, ll.OuO.
Liter art Labor Ukwarded It said that Wash
ington Irving realized ou his works the sum of
$205,333. Since his death, to September SO. 163,
the sum cf $34,273 has been received by Lis execu
tors. Paris. According to the report for 1S62, publibb
ed by the Hotel de Villa, it appears that there were
during that year 62,312 births in the city of Paris,
of which cumber 14,951 were illegitimate !
Cardinals. Nine cardinals' bats are at the dis
posal of Pius IX., who has, in the course of his
reign, created forty-five cardinals, and outlived sixty
five. Among the cardinals, there are four who num
ber more than eighty y-?ars, twelve who are upwards
of seventy, and twenty-nine who are above sixty.
Cardinal Antonio Tosti. nho is ninety, is the oldest.
A New Healing Power. An assistant surgeon,
writing from Gettysburg, says that what water is to
a wound in an inflamed state, coal oil is in a suppu
rating state it dispels flies, expels vermin, sweetens
tbe wounds, and promotes a healthy granulation.
He states that he has seen patients, whose wounds
have been dressed with it, asleep before he wad
through with the third. This is a remedy easily ap
plied in our hospitals. If it serves to keep away dies,
it will add materially to the comfort of the wouuded
as well as their cure.
A Lesson is Spelling The Boston Courier
makes fun of a learned disquisition io the Philadel
phia Press upon the pronunciation of the name Kear
sarge. The Press expresses it phonetically in three
syllables Kear sar-gee (wih a hard g.) The
Courier says : It is amusing to know, in the face
of all this erudition, that the people who live around
tbe mountain in questiou know it only us JiTeur-sarge
pronounced in two pyllaMes, the g soft as it is
Cyrus W. Field, Esq., left St. Johns, N. F., Fri
day, for Plaoeutia By. Heart's Content is the place
wuere the Atlantic cable will bo landed. Mr. Field
proposes to build a land line there to Placentia, one
hundred miles in length and over a good road the
entire distance. A cable will connect Placentia l?iy
with Cape Breton, dipt. Orlebar, of Her Msjetity's
steamer .Margaretta Stevenson, will meet Mr. Field
at Placentia, to make soundings.
A Prussian Alto Da Fe. Mr. Punch b:is fallen
a victim to his irreverence of dignities. He has
made fuu of the King nnd people of Prussi.i. aud
after being solemnly tried by the chief tribunal of
Berlin, with closed doors, be ban been sentenced to
be burned. As iu order to burn hi ru the worthy
Prussians will first be compelled to buy him, we dare
say the unprincipled otfeuder will make light cf the
llnracs in which be is to be consumed. The wisdom
displayed in th:s case by the Berlinese reminds one
of the financial veugeance exercised upon the Bank
cf England, by an indignant gentleman, who thought
its privileges a monopoly, and attacked its credit by
destroying all the notes on which be could lay his
Atlanta. The importance of Atlanta can hardly
be over estimated. The S.tvannah Republican con
siders no portion of Georgia safe, if that stronghold
cannot be held. It frantically culls upon every man
in the State to hurry to its rescue. It says :
' There is not a man iu the State who is not direct
ly interested in the result, for the triumph of Sher
man involves the ruiu of us all. No mau will have
anything that he can call his own Everything will
be held at tbe mercy cf the merciless foe, nnd we
may read our fate in the bitter experience of thou
sands who have been brought under the abolition
FonEto.v View or Retaliation. The London
Daily J'ews iu commenting upon the Fort Pillow
massacre, say's there can be doubt that under the
organized laws of the Government of the United
States it is perfectly entitled to vieitsuch nu atrocity
with signal retaliation. It adds : The ri,;ht of retail
ation under such circumstances not only exists, but
has been repeatedly exercised in some instances with
Tery considerable buccens. During the Peninsular
War, for example, the Spanish commnnders com
pelled tbe French Generals to respect the lives of the
Spanish peasantry by notifying them thr,t for every
peasant found murdered two French soldiers would
be executed. The murder of the peasantry by the
French soldiers, which had previously been common
enough Boon censed after this intimation had been
given and acted upon in a few instances.
Hard up. The local" column of the Richmond
Examiner lately furnished the following facetious
" For the first rime in our varied experience we
saw on Tuesday a barrel of flour hauled up Governor
street in a hearse ! The publio stared, but the driver
drove on. W ben we came to recollect that flour was
five and six hundred dollars per barrel, and tbat the
struggle for bread was one of life and death, we bet
ter appreciated the connection between the hearse
and the barrel of flour."
I? ii ro pen ii 1 ii t c 1 1 i gence .
Dalr to Augutt 28.
Halifax, N. S., Sept. 6. The'eteamer Scotia,
from Liverpool to the 27th, and Queenstown the 2Sth,
The Daily JVeurs and Morning Post have edito
rials showing the seizure cf the Georgia was legal.
And the British Government cannot interfere, as a
Confederate war vessel could not legally be told in
The Liverpool Courier editorially states that Mr.
Bate did not purchase the Georgia until tbe customs
authorized, and informed him she should be register
ed as a British vessel. She was accordingly regis,
tered. It also publishes evidence that her charter
for service to the Portugese Government was bona
The Army and .Vary Gazette admits the Federal
success at Mobile, and as regards peace declares its
belief that the existence of a peace party is mythical.
The Times editorially questions whether the Re
publicans are any more inclined for recognition or
reconciliation than they were a year ago.
The weekly returns of the Bank of France show
an increase of four and one third millions of francs.
Arrests continued in Tyrol, owing to the alleged
conspiracy to detach Tyrol from Austria.
Senor Fassio, the representative of the Emperor
of Mexico, bad arrived in Spain, as bearer of dis
patches, announcing to the Queen the accession of
the Emperor Maximilian to the Mexican tbroue.
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SOFT SOAP nlvrnra on hand.
Tbi ninir fairs FAID for SoAr Qreass.
Schooner cct orr. Dy the echooner AUy For
rest, which arrived on Sunday from Micronesia, in-
! telligence has Leeo. received of tbe leas of tbe Ham
burg echooner Franz, and the ina&sacre of her crew
and passengers, at one of the Micronedian Islands.
This vessel left the A moor Kiver fur Honolulu some
three years ago, consigned to Mer Melchers & Co.'
of this city. The long absence of the schooner,
created fears that she bad been lost at sea or cut off
by savages, but until this arrival no nes bad been
heard Irom ber. Tbe intelligence of her loss is con
veyed in a letter to He v. 8. C. Damon from Her. Mr.
Snow of Ebon, from which we extract tbe following
particulars published in the Friend for October :
Ebo.v, May 19, 18C4.
lUv.S. C. Dmon, JMy Dear Brother, If you
have not learned tbe fact before, let me here commu
nicate to you the sad intelligence that another vessel
bas been cut off among these inlands, and all on
board buve beeu murdered. It was sometime during
the past year, and at one of our northern islands.
The native name of the island is Kongerik, lat. 11
i!6' N., long. 1G7 14 E. according to Kotzebue.
The information is from our Ebon natives who
have just arrived from the north. They have not
been to that island but have seen natives from there,
and obtained many things of thein taken from the
vessel. They describe the vessel as a schooner about
the size of tbe Maria, which was wrecked on this
island. They wre at anchor in the lagoon, and I
think it was the second day after tbey came to an
chor that they murdered them and took the vessel.
They did it while, part of the company was on shore,
murdering tboe on shore Crst, then those in the ves
sel. So far as I can learn there was no provocation
whatever for the barbarity. It was solely fcr plun
der. And they were greatly disappointed to find that
the things they most wanted were not iu the vessel,
such as tobacco, batohets, knives, axes, etc.; but on
the contrary there was a great deal of clothing,
prints, boxes, book, and I should judge, bar-iron tor
blacktuithing, together with a great many China or
But v h it makes it sadder to us is the probability
that there was a missionary family on board, for tbey
speak of one of the company and he was not the
captain who read from a bock morning and evening,
arid then taood up and shut his eyes and talked, and
while he did this all the rest put their heads down
and went to sleep, that is, ubut up their eyes. Hie
white woman who was on boar 1 was the wife of tbe
man who prayed. The flag of the vessel with a name
on it is with our chiefs who are now at Jaluit. I
have a medicine chest from the vessel with a few
medicines in it, and all of them labeled in German.
An apothecary's card is on the inside of the cover
with the name A. L. Siemens and Hamburg upon it.
This is a! ho in German, statiug, among other things,
that medicine cheis could befitted out or replenished
at short notice and on reunonable terms, with direc
tion in the various languages of Continental Europe.
It is ft touching and instructive fact that the na
tives, either from bis teaching or from his praying,
called tho name of the praying man Jthocah.
After they had killed the company they worked the
vessel on shore upon the reef and burnt ber.
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Will leave Honolulu
On Monday, October 3d)
AT If ALF-I'AST FOUR O'CLOCK, - w
U LTJ P A L. A KIT A .
Return hiff Saturday Horning.
Ttie KILAUKA, will lay up to ncale boilers the week after
the :ove trip and commence her regular trips again oa MON
DAY the 17th October.
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Consisting in part as follows ;
IXGIIAMS. COTTON TICKING.
I'eniras, Blue drills, White, blue nnd Saxony flannel,
I .asKimere panting. Linen fancy drills.
Linen and cotton white ami fancy shirt?.
Assorted black silk ribbon, Silk neckties,
Hl.irk alpacca eackcoats,
Pilot coats and tvywGers. Plain and itriped Hessians,
Assorted linen th.md. Carpeting.
rtrown and mixed cotton sock.
Woolen stocking and socks. Saddles,
French felthats, Strawhau. Cloth capo,
Playinc cards, Slippers, Wrapping paper,
Oolon-d printing paper, !acasar oil.
Fancy clay pipes, Cigars, American card matches.
Cutlery and Hardware,
Tumblers and goblets. Looking glasses,
Hemp canvas, Sailmaker twine,
Mani'.'' and tarred cordage, Spunyarn,
liousin; and marlines.
Oakum, Zinc paint. Bluck paint.
Boiled and unboiled linseed oil,
French spirits of turpentine, Corks,
Oil Casks, in shooks ; Oak Barrels
Ounpowder, Shot, Lead pipes and Sheet lead,
Swedish and Low Morie Iron,
Hoopiron, Fencing wire.
Biacksniith's coal, Firebricks, German pipe clay,
AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES.
Mutter's Celebrated Lager Beer!
WEVES and SPIRITS
Flenr de Sillery Champitgar.
Clnrrla St, Juliets.
PontruCanrt, Cbntrani M argani,
Chalrnn Ln Rom.
1 1 or It , AMmaasilisuieri
Sherry, Holland Giu,
Alcohol. Cherry Cordlnl.
Ed. 1IOFFSCH LAEGER k STAPEN1IORST
Ulctnllic Brown Paint.
UNRIVALLED FOR. ALL KINDS OF
outside work, especially recommended for use on
PLANTATION BUILDINGS !
For sale by-
C. BREWER & CO.
Fresh Lot of California Apples.
ECKIVED PER BARK COMET."
435- BO L LI'S CO.
ltV II. w. SKYKIIAXCK.
On TUESDAY, Oct. 4!
At It) (lrk, A. M., at SaUa Rtu,
TYUI b sola
An assortment of GOODS!
Worthy th attention lh tnule and tveeirett rr Ut arrival,
Barks Yankee, Whistler and Comet,
j. IN" PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER
r-T tueil by t.e Hon. 0. M Rolrtoo, Jutilc So- fif
JJL prwue Court, I wilt trll, by order ut thr Admini. . a i
tntorsof ihceUti the late JOSE N'ADAL,
On Tuesday, October 4,
Oa tbe pmuisf iiutej corner of King and Richard Su.,
The Lot and J3uilding.
further particular kt Sale.
FAMILY MARKET !
Tliis Favorite Market
is now managed
By IhLj?. T. Price,
So long and well known to the
Epicureans cf Honolulu,
IT 13 8CPPLIKD WITH
From the Best Herds.
SADDLES and HAUNCHES of MUTTON
Or BARONS of BEEF, Served to Order.
CORNED TONGUE AND DEEF !
Sausages and Tripe !
Prepared in I lie, Mt Careful Manner.
Ordbbs Pcsctcallt Attesdro to, and Carried to amt
l'ART OP IIOKOLCLC OR WaIKIKI.
STOP ASDJIEA1) THIS!
CASTLE & COOKE!
! And Selected with Great Care !
FANCY GOODS FOR THE LADIES'!
IVEeri'H, "Women.' and.
CHILDREN'S BOOTS & SHOES !
WHICH WILL BE BOLD AT THE
The Assortment Consists of:
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HATS,
A complete assortment of Children's boots and shoes,
Fancy bat toes,
Alpaca, Round combs.
Open front ever shirts.
A Complete Assortment of
Chimney Shades, &c, &e.t
Fancy Bird Cagea,
Plated Spoons, Forke, Ac,
Nails, 4d and 8d,
3 Inch Butta, &c.
Davis' Pain Killer, in case ;
Nichols' Peruvian Bark and Iron,
Vlso to come by
A Large Assortment of
I Painkiller, Painkiller !
AX INVOICE OF PERRY DAVIS PAIN
KILLER, Jut Receired and for sale at 3 OO per
i I)M. by
ir.yj. v,. .iHi.i..i, .aunu 2(.
OrlTS from the otter islands punctually attended to.
ROOM and HALL PAPER!
AliARGE ASSORTMENT OP ROOM and
HALL PA PER to very handsome patterns and various
colors, in quantities to suit purchasers.
For sale at oott prices by
433-1 m H. BACKTLT k Co.
II Y J. II. COLK.
The Large and Important
Choice, Valuable & Desirable (foods,
rir.LONOlXQ TO THE ESTATE OV
Ili.M JLi.t5 InJeHtj'
by ordr of Hi Ex. JOHN O. DOM I Mi, admlnisfrstor cf
j1J stau, will take plac at 11. hle Kootn of J. 11.
COLE, about three mki hence.
Consisting partly of
Parnliurr, ruwliutf Plrc,PileI. Fotl&.
I English Phaeton Carriage.
Two Pair Carriage Horses,
AND A GREAT VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES.
XT Catalogues will Le lsurj, auJ due ntlice girea J tie
day of sile.
MRS. S. A. ALLEN,
A Lady of World-Wide Reputation.
Mre. S. A. Allrtt'a VrITe Italr Reierer
KQil Zylabulaniuuin r World's II si I r Dress-
Ian are unequalled, ami so aoknowUnlfed by all vbo nee
then for rrtorlntr, invigorating, beautifying and dressing tee
Hair, rendering it soft, altky ani gloeay, and disposing It to
remain in any d aired position quickly denning tbe scalp,
arresting tbe fall anl Imparting a beaUhy and natural color
to the Hslr. Tbey nerer fall to restore grey Li air to Its orljtlaal
youthful color. They act directly upon tbe roots of the Dab,
giving thm the natural Dounahtnent required. No lady'e
toiM Is complete without tbe Zylobaisaana or Hair Pressing.
It cleanHes the hair and imparts t It a most delightful
fragance, and Is suited to both young and old.
The Restorer Reproduces.
The Hair Dreaainc Oultirates and Beautlftea.
If your hair Is thin try it, if scurry try it, U harse try H,
if lustreUtss try It, If none of these try it, for alt who as It
will preserve their hair through life. For sale by all Druggists.
Agents fcr California. Ilostet'.er. Fniith If IVun, ban Francisco.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
Wi take A tnbrot ( aud Photographs. Also Cartes de
Tlslte In a style eecond to none la Honolulu.
Specimens can be eeen at tbe Gallery, next door to the Poet
Office, over the P. C. Advertiser Office.
42-3in II. L. CHA8Z.
STOVES and TINWARE!
GEORGE 0. SIDEES
Offers For Sale a Large Assortment of
Just Received per Late Arrivals,
Which he will sell cheap for Cash or ArraovsD Cssnrr.
j. Complete Assortment or
TINWABE, SHEET IRON, &, &,
SHIP WORK and PLIIMHING done
with Neatness and Dispatch.
Please Call on Ms Barons FcacaaaiMa Xlsswbsss.
Corner of Fort stnel KIsjc Streets.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS!
C. BREWER Cc CO. !
Will receive per Haw. Ship IOLANI,
White cotton thread.
PER HAWAIIAN SHIP
M. W. GREEN, Master. ;
. ., - -
Due in all September,
C. BREWER & Co.
LACK AW A VA STEAM COAL,
Canal barrows. Prime fork.
Vinegar, Corned hams.
Pilot bread, Saddles,
h. W. soap.
A Large Assortment of GROCERIES
KA0LIX, IIAXD CART3,
PINK SHOOKS, CAET AXLES,
OAK PLANKS, WHALE B0AT8.
AX ACTIVE TRUSTY MAX TO DELIVER
M I LK In this city. Knqoire of
427.2m IRA RICII Ag-PaPX.
1 HEREBY FORBID nil Persems tnsstias;
any one od my account without my written order.
Honolulu, Pee. Oth, 1663. 3M ly
IX COXFORMITY WITH A XOT1CE
reccjT! at this Office from the Postmaster of San Fran
cisco, the U. 8. rate of posujre from these Islands to the
United States is raised froea three cents to ten cents for eeery
letter weigh ing not more than one half an oanos. and tea
cents additional for erery additional half ounce or fractional
half ounce, which rate must be prepaid, and w Jl be lerkd at
this Office from the day following the publication of thU BtUor,
The rates to be charged win be as follows .
Letters wei,rhtr& C. S- Haw. Sblp
not more than Puze. Poatag-. Poetafe. Tetal.
i Ounce 10c 6c 17c
1 20c 10s 2a ill
1J ' 30c ISC do 470
2 - 40c 20c Sfi Oe
addinr for every additional fca'.f ounos cr fractional half ounce
ten cents C. S. Portage and fire centa Hawaiian Potr. Ths
Ship Postage of two cenu is adOed only once oa each letter
D. EALAKAUA, Postmaster General.
Honolulu, September 16th, 1864. 43-1b
Honolulu, Oahu. H. 2.
Tlii Hotel !
Is the Largest and Best Arranged
On trie Group!
BOARDERS Will. BE .FURNISHED
with the BEST the market atTords.
xhmb hAucn wui uau - -
nlshed, ai all tea 7 rest aeeured that the Proprietor wUl ess
every exertion to pi - fAMfXL A. WliO,
420-3 ai ProprSetc.