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By tlie clipper aiiip Darinsr, Capt. Henry, which
rrivel on V.'e liieJ.ty, '21) daj froai Fin Frneico,
we have Iltsterrt telegraphic d ites to Dec. 27. From
the .1Uu aD J Bulletii, we extract tLe following suio-
The Capture of Siitannnh.
W'A'iiiNOT .v, lec. 1'5. 7 P M A (J":-p:it.'L receiv
thin trvfiii.g 7 the I're-i dent fn,rn Sherman,
datP 1 unnil, lcc U'J J, aniiouiicej his occupation
cf the city cj-1 the cii.Tme of -ne hun Irl atnj fittj
guns. 1 Ientv of mini, unit i. n. anl alnut 25,000 tittle
of c-tfon. No other pricu?.'s triveu.
An -fEc'inl j -, ? pure b from Fi.-'er to Giant, d Veil
Iec. 'il, 7pm. 9t.t9 tht SiiTnknah was rccuried
tij Sierm 11 on the Oioruitig cf the '21 -r, anJ th-it on
the j rectilii.g nfterno'. i arnj ijijiht II irl-e escaped
with ti e ma ;ii Lo-Iy cf kii irf.i.try an I I:gl.t attil
Ierj, b! wiijg uj. the irM c! iJi aiiJ n ivy yard Ilf
tnumerKic!) cai'ureI. eijrht huridred f 1 ij-oriti
one hundred and fifty puns, thirteen loc.iiiofives in
jojd crdt-r, hc hundred and ninety crs. a large lot
of atninuoirion and inateri'ils .f war, three MenrrierH,
ltd thirty -three thou.-md hales cf rotti.n. IV men
t'tri is made of the f itment fosiMon f II irdee'a
torre, which in .itrnafed at ahi-sit fi'tten thcu'ind.
Oi-u roster say: I rpennl cmcnuiucaiion with
the ci'y f S ivwnri h with my Meamers to day, 1 ikinjt
ap tori ed )e. We cul l ne f .me huJ mk1 nri.-y
oer ot.K.cr.'. Artatijenients are being mude to c!,,.r '1
the channel cf ati ohstructtwrnj.
The dip itch cf Gen. Ilr-igg, ai duMIs'ic-I in the
Richmond pipers, is f liuwi :
tl'ilmingfon, DC. '23. Twenty fix ves-el? of the
Federal fleet re appeared this morning. There has
teen no chr.nge since !;it di"parch.
This is the litest imelhgerice received from that
Fortress Monroe. Dec. L'6 The. "lean er Calif or
nii, b iurf from Fort i'ulaski. with confirni ifory
intelligence of the capture of avanuih, arrived last
citit. Or the 20th, General Sherman having nearly
completed the investment of the city, cfjt'uttd Fort
Lee and pe.eral minor outwork", in tf.e mtnediate
vicinity cf the principal intrenchnienjs ui rounding
the city, and planting his batteries wl uch ch.'-e
proximity to the tebel iinea :n to CoUinand every
position held by the foiee under IIrdv, he fcent a
etimnsona by a flin of trtioe; to the e.'fef: that if the
p'acc km not in a certain
tar 1 merit would at once
d, itj bom-
i!t his co in
fill ly sup-
mom the- wily rebel Genen
tu'inic iti"us wertr yet pen,
wW his men
p!il with BUt-sitence an
n enabled to hold a long
ax-jsen of eery kind, he
eiauJ was Ueterinine'i
to hol t the city to the very la-tnonieni, and t-
frn J the citizen properly wnrch had bee.i placed
under his protection until hli forces were compelled
to surrender Every preparation ha 1 been made by
General Snerman to as-.tu!t tlie rebel position the
next day, but when the morning of the 2lst dawned,
it was found that the enemy had evacuated their
works Several regiments of infantry immediately
advanced, who took pcessin of them, and shortly
afterwards Gen. Sherman entered the city at the
head of his body guard, and received, from the hands
of & deputation cf ci:iz n.-, the surrender of the
place. It appears that General H-irdee, on the night
of the 20th. seeing the impossibility cf holdi ig the
city, and fearing the only means of escape left opeu,
across the Savann ih river, was likely t be cut otf at
any moment, he determined to avail h:;nelf of this
route fr his retreat. His troops immediately set to
aud partially destroyed the Nvy Yard and Govern
ment store, and at tuiiijzht. under the protection of
his ironclad, succeeded in crossing the river over the
causeway to the tiorih ride, intending to push for
ward t- Charleston. Thirty-two thousand bales of
Ctton were .(rcd in the city, which the rebels in
their hiite neplecte i to d-itioy. Two ironclad rau.s
were sunk, and all the Government property and
stores which they coold nt carry oil they buruel or
threw into the river. Four small ete imer-s one a
g inboaf, wire c iptured, which, witli the cotton an !
1 vrge .iniottnt of rebi-l munition-), will form part of
the :i!s of Sherman's army.
New Vke,D-c '21. The Commercial's W.is'i
inpti special sa;. 9 : Sherinan nonotiticed to the
Secretary of War thit he inten ll tj move up toe
Sivainali Ilivcr imnird:ate!y and capture Augtisti.
The news to-d iy is tint he h is already moved. Sher
man 8-s that after this he will w;ng atoun 1 en the
rear of ChrleMon, destroying all in r.iiiroaJs on the
Canada and the I'nited Statr.
Qr"Btr, Decemtir 21 It is understood that im
n:e l'te!y nfrer tu;iig the proc! tu ati. n in re.arJ to
retel Canadian r liJer-, Gen. D:x despatched a con-EI-t.
till aent ti Pmida. This ettle:t.an returned
t New Y'-rk, ir;!S-d that the Canadian authorities
were rii:a ever y necf-'? iry ttrps t Cinfii tii 10 In
trrniti.iti il ,!!, iti.o The b."t u tiu r.-t iri lit;g
1 i-oiiij betwfvn t'i Qiii b.-c and vV.hiiitin G .vern
neii' Ti e Governor's pn clan.itioa ciiers :i reward
f.r the teirret i f the raiders.
rnrracut Created Vict? Admiral.
V.Antr.7ix, Decesi.ber 21. The Pn soderr to-d.xy
t'.S.:.M the bill I -ufabb-h thegrdi f W.e -Admiral,
who is 10 be the rai k-cg 1 tli-er in the Na, and
relatively of the same rink hs L - utenant-G- ner il in
tlie Army. Immediately arrertvardi the Presi lent
nominated to th Senate Rear-A lmir.il Fatraut to
thit pieition. The Sorate c utirmei trie appi-iiit-rriMit
without the u-cil formality of reJ'erru.g it to
tha Standing Committee. Tiie Stnat alM ci tirii.ed
the nomination of J. hn liigelow, of New Yotk, now
Cjiital at Paris, to te Charge do Atf iirs.
V,ahisgtox. D C Die 2C OlScial information
trro N t-hville states that Hood's Io-s f.-otn the 13th
tt tte231 cf this month are: riilleil, 2.C50; wound
"1. U.72t1; prisoners. 5.S70, exclusive ot wouuded.
Including the wounded prisoners the amount will be
about thirteen thousand Forty rine guns vrere
captured frtai the infantry and eight from the
Washington. Dec 27. The news from Tin mas is
g'orsous. lie ha brought Hood to a etand cu the
n rth side of the Tennessee River, it being imparl
bie. an 1 Hood is without artillery and pontovUS.
Thomas rop wed to dove on II .od9 force a fight or
New Yokk, Dc 22. In the rehei IIoue cf Rop
te.enta ives. on Saturday !at, Mr. Mullen, of Vir
ginia, otferei a resolution in favor of sending within
iSie Union lines Commissioners to treat with repreen
centatives of the Government at Wa-hingfon for the
reurtiin of peace. In reoly to a que-tion .Mr.
Mai! ea stare 1 that Bihop Day, who had recently
arrived at Richmond, hod been as-ured by General
Graa. tDit any such Comroi?5ioners would be allowed
to pass through the lines Foote has retiied iuto
private life in disgust. In the rebel Seasfe. while
tue Currency tilt hj up, he withdrew from that
body a:ter unking a frank statement of tae situation
f the rebeH.cn. He s.id : Sir, I beseech honorn
o!e untlemen, on this the last occasion, perhaps,
taat I shall have the honor of addressing this II -use,
t look with me into the present condition of the
country, v hat is tar present situation? Let US
K k the d inner in the face ao l provide for it. U'e
are upon the verge of rMtu Congress is rapidly f
uiu'wuiug an us imporiani refers and building
np an irresponsible despotism, the like of which haa
never been -een upon eirth. The policy of the pre
sent Ilonee seems to 1-e to cru-h out d.-atia!Hction
by armel violence alone, in imitation of the thorough
j'ol-oy intro-Jacel and enforced in England by trie
c-Ieorited F.irl Sfarford, the enforcement of which
:-eeduy bryajrht Charles the First tu the block, but
before StnJ.jr.1 had lost his own heal. Ten 1 ys
henc t?.e frel nt of deliberation will have been eJec
tailly ettinZni,heI iH th; body, by means which I
my nrr 9Vrz(y. The ui.jut. unwise and d-eplv cri
'n! d .pla -.-ineit of iba giUnt and efT13ie.1t John
ston from the ci in man J cf the Army cf Tennessee,
and the transfer of that army to the t.eightorhool
of Nashville, have opened all southern Georgia and
Alabama to the army of Sherman. Fort McAllister
has filleu. Savannah is about to fall. Thefillcf?
the c'uy of Charleston seems only to be deferred a
few days. Hood's army has already mei with a
grat disa-ter at Frauklin, and iu my jjJgment is
fatally compromised. Presidential interference is
the cause of all this dire mischief, as, ehould Hood's
army be destroyed an event which I fear is but too
probable, and Sherman should come round to this
vicinity in shit.s which I do not doubt Le intends
what will be the ftte of Richmond ?"
New Yosk. Dec. 22 - The Herald's correpondent
from the front of Richmond says Le was wounded
in front of Petersburg last Siturday, and will be
unaole to report f.i duty ir m me time. The R'ch
rnond Examiner of the I3ih notices the lict that
large numbers of negroes have recently stampeded
towards the Yankee lints The E.C'inuner also says
the Yankees have he(-ri in Wythville arji other parts
of Southwestern Virginia, and destroyed three loco
motives and dn'ie other dtniae.
The Richmond iJisputch says : The situation ia
Tennessee is melancholy entugh. It was a black
day for the Arm? of Tennessee when Johnston lost
bis command iljd was so flanked that be was
comtelled to abandon Atlanta He then stepped out
cf the w.y, hat in hn l, and a-ked Sherman to
walk though Georeia He him-elt moved up into
Tennessee, where fie h is o.w ag iin got himself beaten,
and this time, wo fear, badly enough
The Ex'imi-ir also sais that the campaign in
N rthern Tennessee has concluded diststrous y for
us, (rebels.) we have no doubt.
The Tribune's array correspondent, giving ex
tracts from recent rebel papers, says : " Tlie rebel
Senate last Siturday went into Secret ses.-sion. A
frforroy tin;" was had. The question of at once arm
inz tLe ii-gn es was brougtit up. a'jd it is believed
was pts-ed by au a u.0-1 umtninious vole. Fir sev
eral days pa1;! every able bodied negro has been
q'lietly ee;2el and hurried oil to t he? camps of in
btrufiin. Tins m iy account for their blampcdi:jg.
noted iu another paragraph
tt AMM.NGTON', Dec 27. Tlie Richmond papers
say ttiat Price is teorpahizing his army iu Atkmsas,
and h i Sd.H)i men, all .Mi-souriaiiK. The R.ch
mond Enquirer cf Siturdty acknowleiiges the
ailiirs of tlie Confederacy ate under a cloud.
Geu Beauregard under d ite of Charleston, the
221, announces that our (Federal) forces occupied
Pollard, Alabama, burned the Government rai roai
buildings and retired, pursued tnirty rnile.t by Gen.
The Attack on Wilmington.
New Yokk. Dec 21 The IVurll thinks that
Potter's attack on tt'ilmington and its defences look
place yesterday. It gives the names of the heavy
vessels that are to lie outside and shell Fort Fisher.
Thf-y are thp Powhntl'in, Wabash, Jllimtesvta, Stm
quthana and the .V.k; Ii onsnhs, all mounting 201
guns, ot large calibre and long range, capable ot being
bred very rapidly It is thought that a few hours
bombardment would reduce the torts suCioiently to
allow the lull t dr ift vessels to enter. A naval tight is
expected alter the forts are passed, as the Chicuin.au-'
ga n l Tali ihasssce are reported iuside Mid several
blockade runnels have been armed. The rtbels have
some ironclads 0:1 the Cape Fear River that will take
part in the action. The bnuks of the river, from
the mouth of the river to Wilmington, arc supposed
to be partially fortified. The rebel force is estimated
at D!teeu thousand, and it is rumored they have
been reinforced from Charleston and Augusta.
Many military and uaval men think the capture cf
tht forts, iind ihe closing of the river, tie the objects
of he expedition.
tt'A-!iiNGTiN. Doc. 22 The Republican ny the j
Government tia leceived adispitch from Gen Grant,
at City Point, announcing that a Richmond aper of
ye-teiday, the 22d contains an fecial dispatch from
Gen. Rrugg t Jell Davis, dated Fort Fisher, N;w
Inlet, N. L, Dec 21st, as follows : The entiie fleet
of the enemy (weie?) is in siht but cinnot operate,
as the weather continues bad. We are able to hold
Washington, December 27- The Richmond pa
pers ot today contain a despatch from Wilmington,
N. C, the 25th, which tsavs: The enemy's fleet,
over fifty vessels, including two monitors, several
ironclad vessels, and many heavily armed frigates
and bloops of-war. made a furious attack on Fort
Fisher about 10 o'clock yesterday, anil kept up an
average of five shots per minute until night. Our
loss wis tweuty-three woumled. The attack was re- j
newel nt It) o'clock this morning, and has been very
furious nd continuous. No rrpr.rt of casualties
to day has been received. Col. Lamb, commander
of the fort, replied to the enemy slowly and deliber
ately. The enemy (Federals), under cover of the
heavy fiie, landed three brigades two and a half
miles above Fort Fisher. They were immediately
eng iged by a smaller force, but the euemy held the
ground on the night cf the 20ih."
A de-patch from Wilmington on the 2Uth 6ay9 :
"The et.en y attacked Foil Fisher last niiht. and
were repul-ed, witn considerable loss. Thete was a
heavy tain and wind through ihe night. Prisoners
report the 24th Corps of the Yankee army pre-ent,
under Gen. Untie . Fort t'isher is situated cn a
sand spit, on the right bank f the Cape Fear river,
at its mouth, twenty miles below Wilmington. The
enemy presii-ncd t reach their position above the
fjrt, not by parsing up the river, where they w-ui l
have b?tn obliged to run the gauntlet of the guos of
Forts Fisher and Caswell, ou the left bank, but by
lin l:ug on the beach eist of tlie mouth of Cape Fear
river. The enemy having ellecte 1 a lodgment above
the fort, is a serious matter, aud it will cost double
the effort to dislodge them that would have prevented
New Yobk. Dec. 27 h l'ne Rtcr.mond Enquirer
cf the 21th says: "O.jr cavalry were attacked by
the Union caviry i n Thursday. The latter gradually
fell back on Grdotisville. Virginii. It was rumored
th:.t a portion ( t the I'niott forces ha l fcoue in the
diicciuo of Con lottesviile. It Gord -nsviile was not
menaced till yester 1 iy, tSe 23d, the p ace was safe,
cwitij to the d.si t siti -n of our troops "
Ihe 11 hiz i f the 2Dh says The probabilities
are that GonLnsv be has been occupied by the
Gen. Lee, in ar official despatch of the 23d. -ays :
R s-er attacked and drove back Custar's division
nine milen tro.n Harrisonburg."
Tiiis was the recoin.ois.-t tu male by Custar,
already noticed. lie fell hick when hisobjtct was
Richmond papers, in view of the danger of losing
G t vloiuvnle, say it contains no supplies, aud is worth
The f tllowing despatch was received at this ofSce
.j last night It sets lorth in a few worda the des
perate condition to which the rebels have been reduced.
L't:erly routed In Tennessee, unable to sirengthen
Sivannah without weakening Richmond, and entirely
exhausted in men and material, it is hard to see how
the rebellion can hold out much longer :
New Yobk. Dec 21st. I have visited the army
before Richmond, had a long talk with General Grant,
and I am pleased with him He is a quiet, modest
mau. in my opinion. Thomas routs Hood's army,
gets his artillery, and destroys his capacity for harm
Sherman h is nothing to fear in his rear ; he gets
reinforcements along the coast, destroys the rebel
ra'.Iroads an ! stores behind him. Lie cannot send
reinforcements against him ; if he does, Graut takes
Richmond and Petersburg. The rebel capacity for
men to recruit their army is exhausted It looks as
if the rebellion is in its -death struggle. I think
Grant will finish it by sptiag If not, the three
hunlred thou-and men called tor will enable him to
wind up before the first snow fails in 1S05.
Thk Overlaxp Ielegbaph Line to RrssiA. The
Western Union Te!er.fi Company, who, in conjunc
tion with the Rus-ian Govern-vent, have this treat
enterpii-e in hand, are actively engaged in fitting
out an expedition, under the immediate supervision
of Ciptain C. I'ulklev. Urii'ed States Army, f.r
Ofg o. the coast of Russian America and the Coun
try beyon 1 Dhring's Straits, to survey the route of
the telegrnph line and make other needful arrange
ments to put Ihe whole ex ent if the liue under
Contract the ensuing year; and we understand that
the projectors of the enterprise are smguine that
the line wii! be in successful operation l?tween New
Ycrk, Sin Francisco, St. Peterbure and London by
the middle of lStiti. Mr Hiram Si .I-y, E-q . Presi
dent cf the Western Union and f the Russian
com pan e, sails iu company with Mr Collins, the
enterprising pn j-ctor of the Russian-American Tele
graph line, in the Scotia to-day f- r Liverpool and St.
Petersburg, with a view to complete the arrangements
already initiated with the Russian Government for
expediting the early completion of the liue; and we
heartily rslih them tba titnivel iucceso. A. I'.
It is proposed to erect a monument in England to
Mrs. Tennyson bas written a song. The English
p'arers praise it, and English misses sing it.
The census, before the war, showed that there
were in Massachusetts 57,000 more women than
men, iu Connecticut feOOO, in New Hampshire 7000,
in New York 11,000.
By the forthcoming report of the Santutary Com
mission it will be shown the value of the contribu
tions received exceeds s 7,000.000.
The issue of all the London daily parers together
amcunt to 2-H.O00 sheets dnily ; all of the weeklies
together, 2,203,000 weekly. The issues of the month
lies are stid larger.
The doctors ot H irover county, Virginia, announce
the following as their new tariff of tees: Thirty
dollars per visit for all di-tance- of five miles and
under ; all distances ovef five miles an additional fee
of two dollars per miles ; nizht visits d ,ub!e that of
a day vi-it ; consultation fee, forty d ollars ; visits
extra ; obstetrical cases, one hundred dollars each.
Mr. Spcrgon has retired from the Evangelical
Alliance, owing to the dissatisfaction given to t: e
Church of England by his sermons on baptism and
C;iES"i Arvi.v. TLe Bishop cf Capetown, who
b -.i deposed B.shop Colenso. denies the right of ap
peal to any court but the Archbishop of Canterbury,
as the Patriarch of the Church of England. If the
Privy Council dec: ie that they have no jurisdiction
iu the case, the Rishop of Capetown will forthwith
memorialize Her Majesty to nominate a Bishop for the
vacant diocese if .Natal. Bishop Colenso will, of
There is a wornau shoemaker in Union, Conn.,
who milks her cow nia'it and morning, and takes
care of her milk, dues the washing ai d cooking for
three iu toe f iiniiy. and has sneut one week iu visit
ing her relation.-, besides making and receiving all
her ne:ghhorhood calls; yet, with the help of a boy
to do the penning, has made in six months, 720 pairs
of thick double -oled boots, for which she received
25 c-nts j er pair, amounting to Sib'). She frequent
ly makes 14 or 15 pairs a day.
The Chine-e Rebkllion It has been sa;d in cur
paier, and in many others, that the Chinese civil
war was ended. It is not so The Tae pings have
met with an enormous check in lo.-iug their capital,
but they are not entirely destroyed ; their bands are
endeavoring to reorganize themselves in the provinces
of Ngang-Wei and Kiang Si, and a part of them,
Commmi led by one of the principal i Gicers of Chan
Osang, deflate 1. on Augu-t 3, a strong division of
the Imperial army iu au engagement iu the open
field. In presence of thi"-e facts, the Government of
Pekin has found that" it could not disarm, and has
requested the continuance of the services of the
Franco Chinese corps.
RtMOVAL OF RkNAN FROM HIS PnOFKSORSHIP.
Elated by the success and profits of his Life of Je
sus," the Professor of Hebrew, Syrinc and Chaldatc
languages in the G liege of France for two years de
li veied only one lecture. The Minister of Instruction
changed his position to the Imperial Library an
equally lucrative oEce. Ren an proudly declines the
new appointment, and persists in holding his profes
sorship. Whereupon the Emperor ordered the de
position of the refractory auihor. So M. Kenan is a
A Wiiolksomk LnssoN. The London Times, in
one of its periolical lectures to the Can- dian pro
vinces, advises that if they expect heip from Great
Britain in cse or an invasion by the United States,
44 they have leaned upon a broken reed," and makes
the following confession :
44 Let Canada consider the forces with which Eng
land took the field in the Crimea, and let her, on the
other hand, reflect on the forcrs with which for a
succession of 3-e".rs, American Generals have been
carrying on a civil war. All, and more than all,
that England can spare would not suffice for the
wear and tear, we do not say of a campaign, but of
a single great battle conducted on Gen. Grant's
principle. Whatever may be our wishes or our
opinions, it is absolutely out of our power to give
Canada efficient assistance by laud in the event of
M. Iu Chaillc Hfard From A letter, dated
Fern ami Vez River, August 20, has been received
from M. Du Cnaillu by Mr Henry Claudet, of Lon
don, who taught the African traveller photography
before he left England. M. Du Cnaillu states that
in a few days he intended to start for the interior of
the country, and that as he had a long journey be
fore him, he probably should not return to England
for two years. He speaks hopefully, on the whole,
of his prospects of securing a fine collection of African
photographs, though he complains that it is terribly
hot while shut up iu the 44 little box," in which be
is obliged to operate, and sf.3-s that he does not feel
quite well sometimes after practising. In a letter of
the same date to another friend he says : 44 1 have sent
a batch of gorilla to the British Museum, and I have
also sent a live one, which I sincerely hope will reach
London in safety. I had three of them alive a few
days before the vessel sailed f r England."
AxTtsKPTlC PflOrr.RTY OF TIIK SlGAE CaXE Tn
the West Indies tl ? tibrou residue of the sugar -cane,
aftei it has passed through the mill, i c died cans
trash. Until now this re-ilue was not known to
possess any remarkable properties, and the only use
that was made of it was to tie it up into fagots when
dry, cr else to give it to cattle. B'lt accident, as is
generally the case in most scientific discoveries, lias
lately revealed a property in this refuse ot the sugar
mill which it had never been suspected to possess;
and henceforth, should further experiments confirm
the fact, the cane, while it yields sugir to the com
munity at lame, will atford medical men a valuable
therapeutic agent. A few months ago a physician of
Georgetown was s'immone I by the authorities to
examine the body of a man that had been discovered
under a heap of caue-trash. He was surprised to
rind that the boly emitted no smell, ani that instead
of being in a bt.ite of putrefaction, it was dried up
like a mummy He did not at the time proclaim his
discovery, but immediately instituted experiments on
deal animals, which completely CotiQroied his observ
ation Convinced thereby that by the fermentation
of fresh c ne-trisb a disiufecting and antiseptic ga3
was evolved, he immediately turned bis Attention to
the n eans ot employing the : ugar cane as a preserv
ative against epi leoucs and contazious disease?, and
as a medicinal plant generally. Thete happened to
be at ihe time a great number of patients suffering
from ulcers iu the hospital, and a contagious gan
gtene had declared itseif; the physician caused seve
ral tubs containing cane trash to be place 1 in the
wards, and the supply to be renewed at intervals.
Iu a short time the atmosphere of the hospital was
puriUed. the Contagion cea-ed, and none of the pa
tients who had not caught tLe gingrene before were
attacked with it. Thus it secais that nature itself
has pru i Jed an antidote for the pernicious etlects of
heat in tropical countries; the contagious diseases
caused by the heat of the sun may be neutral zed by
the sugar cane which is brought to maturity by ita
very rays. Galiguani.
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I SMALL, LOT OT STOCKHOLM TAR.
For Sal-- ry
ATTiTtTCH. WAT.KPR ft Co
New York, Dec. '21. The London Times com
pares Sherman's movement in Georgia to the Iuke
of Mirlboroug i's msrea into Germany, which re
sulted in the battle of Blenheim. It says nothiog in
modern times equals it. It will either make Stermau
the most famous General, or may ruin him and his
The Times Paris correspondent says : 44 A few
days after the result of the election was known in
Paris, Mr. Diyton had a long interview with the
Frenrj Minister, and delivered a dispatch from Mr.
Seward. Since then the tone of the olScial press has
entirely chmgeJ. All abuse of Liucoln and the
North has stopped. The papers now tell truth about
the Nortberu success "
The Ileraii's London correspondent considers Eirl
Russell's letter as a last nail in the coffin for the
cause (rebellion) abroad. Ihe same letter speaks of
the friendship of France towards the United States,
and says Napoleou told Slidell there was no hope of
recognition. The rebels must make the best terms
with tte North they could. The rebel rip is sink
ing; American stock is rising.
Ntw Yobs, Dec. '22 The ,1rica, from Liver
pool the lUth, bas arrived. The news is unimport
ant. There is an i:nmediate prospect 0' a reduction of
the Bank cf England rates to six per cent.
The Confederate loan was much depressed by the
news of Sherman's progress.
A violent g ile ou the coast cf India causeJ a great
inundation, and thousands cf lives are reported lost.
Tbe Eirl of Carlisle died on the 5th.
St. Johns, N. E.Dec '21 The steamer Russian,
from Liverpool the loth, and Londonderry the lfjth,
has arrived otf Cape K ice. Her news is unim
portant. The British Emancipation Society hal presented a
conjztatulatory address to Mr. Adams, the American
Minister, upon Mr. Lincoln's re-election.
American advices, in view of Sherman's progress
in Georgia and Hood's operations in Tennessee, are
regarded with the greatest interest.
The 7'ivitj urpn the opening of negotiations in
regard to tt,e American war, saying that it must
come to this at last; the9ooner the better for America
and the world at large.
The execution of Franz Mu'ler for the murder of
the late Mr. Brig-s. took place on the 11th Novem
ber. Up to almost the last moment be protested his
inuocence. With a firm step he ascended the scaffold
and placed binisell under the drop. A glance towards
tbe beam, aud his lips quivered w ith emotion, wich he
evidently sought to repress. Alter the cap had been
drawn over his head and the rope put round his
neck. Dr. Cappell, the German Divine who had been
unremitting in his attentions to the culprit, took bis
hand and prayed with him. Twice did the doomed
man again deny his guilt. Again did the reverend
gentleman solicit him to contess. 44 Does God know
you have done this deed ?" Muller was silent. 44 1
ask you solemnly, and for the last time, have, you
Committed this crime?" was the last exhortation,
to which Muller replied 44 Yes, I have done it.no
one else was concerned in it." Almost at the same
instaut, and while the words were upon the lips of
the wretched man, the drop fell, aud be died without
The utmost endeavors were made by the German
Le;al Association and other German bodies to obtain
a respite for the prisoner ; but Sir Gorge Grey de
clined to interfere. The Home Office was literally
besieged during the Sunday by deputations and me
morials on his behalf, but still the Home Secretary
declined to set justice nide The tardy confession
of the culprit has now dispelled all doubts, and jus
tiGed the verdict of the j iry.
iiomnii iiiiML iirFiii)iii'!
rsUli: rXDRRSICXED ItEO TO INFORM
E the Hulilic that they have ItEDl'CED Ihi orice tur
SUGAR KEUS in Shooks to
which makes theni equal in price to cnts for imported
Sh'Hks, each keg oonlHi;iinT from 30 to 35 !ls. more of JsuRnr
without increasing the weight of the tiire. ISesMes they olTer
the loi vantage of savin? conxitk-nihle Inhor iu setting1 th-'m uj,
and heing cut in a bent there is no loss whatever by hreakatre
of staves. The undersigned also have on hand and offer for sale
Heavy Oak and Ohia Barrels!
Particularly adapted for Plantation Curriers of Molassin. Any
onlTs will he filled at tlie shortest notie.e hy applying to
449-3m Kb. llOFFSCHHEUKK A. ST A t'KNUORST.
PHErllX INSURANCE COMPANY!
raMIE rXIEUSIGXF.I HAVING ItKEN
E app"inted atrent for the ai ove I'ompar.y, bega leave to
inform tlie public that lie i- now prepared to issue
MAI1IXE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
Cargo, Freight mid Trinnun-!
J. II. CONEY. Ililo, Hawaii.
II do, TIa'vaii, .Tan. 2, 15fl5. 451-frn
1I0MM! SIM HEFISERV !
SIfJA R A M) MObASSF.S FROM THIS
establishment for 9ale in quantities to Fuit purchaser by
401-3111 AbUUICH, VYALKhK, K CO.
A M ERICA N REEF IN BON D,
tor Saie by
451-lw ALPRICH, WALKER fc Co.
OR SALE CV
ALDRICH, YVALKKR Co.
E. CORNWELL, Proprietor.
Sugar and Molasses
TTTIIIOM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
Ji in l'ts to suit purchasers. Apply to
OKO. C. McLKAN, A pent.
LAHAINA SUGAR CO.,
Sugar and Molasses
71ROM TIIE COMPANIES MILL..
For Sale by
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From Xiihue Plantation !
ROF COMING IX AM) FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers by
451-3m ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.
ugar and Molasses
FROM METCALF PLANTATION I
ROI COMING IN ANI) FOR SALE IN
quantities t' suit purchasers by
451-3ta ALDRICH. WALKER CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAHAINA !
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchaser l v
45l-3:n . ALDRICn, WALKER & CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
CROP of 1S6,.
rOV COMING IN.
For gals by
C. ERFWKR fc CO.
3rrv A COTTAGE SF ITA ULE f r SMALL
r"';; FAMILY, opposite the I. S. Uispiul. Liteljr occupied
JiiL by Mr. B. R. Davs.ison. Watir Ui4 oc.
GEO. It. C. INORAHAM,
Comer of funchtovl nU Pa!art Sti.
TO LET 1
f4- THE STORE NOW OCCUPIED HV
fjlii tfie u'leriutM. Also the Sure c rucr FtrtanlMer-
. chant S;rtvt.
B. F. SJOW.
Country Store For Sale.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS For
S-ale a rrJ hour Jxl-, with ttone cittern
Conta:a:i!i: lOi) bs.rrcl. (all new.) toret.Vr with
lire;? pra :.re h.u an.l 24 acrrs if lain! in Kaupo. Maui.
The premises have N-en occni ieil a- a t re ftT the last fle
years. The whiVo will bf gol.t f.T $400. A poo.1 chance for a
man with a feT hun.lre.t dollar to make a C'"h1 living, the
whole amount can be cleared the firt six month
Satisfactory reasons given for seil tig. Apply for tiire
T. C WILMINGTON, Kiupo, Maai.
Kaupo, Maul, Jan. 3, 1?65. 451-ia
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO RENT
For Tlirec llontli.
j-l IN A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD. A
jT?fff Cottape. suiial'le for a small family, will le rentel to &
- careful tenant, if applied fur s;on. It is neatly fur
uisi.evi, an.l has a pvd ctxik house, also furnished, conrer.leut
to it. lr further lufortnution apply to
It. R. rAVII?OV,
451-1t At United States UospiUl.
CASES LE BR UN'S STEAMED OYSTERS,
Cases Le Rrun tfpicl Oyster,
Cases Mo Murray's Spiced Oysters,
Ca-es HamMin A Baker's Kyslers.
Cases llaniidiii .V Raker's Clams. 1 lb t!n;
Caes Hanitilin t Raker's Lobsters. 1 lb tins-,
Cases Hudson's Golden California MusiarJ,
Cases Muck I'epper, rround;
Ct.ses A lit pice, ground i
Cases Clover, ground;
Cas' Cassia Sace, cround;
Ciaes Cream of Tartar Saieralus,
Caes Carbonic Soila,
Cases Mace, Cases Nutmegs,
Cases Ginger, c- 4c.
ALSO Ilatf barrels Onlilen Gate Extrn Family
Flour, a Superior Article for Family Vtv.
Quarter Sacks Golden Gale Unker's Extrn Flour.
We also offer fir sale
II:ivnilnu Flour, Extra Supei fine and Superfine.
OATS, BEST KONA C'tl FFEE.
HAWAIIAN RICE, new crop.
All of which will be sold as per our motto,
S-imiUl li'olltw and Jtllolc ltotlllIl8.
450-l.n BOLLKS & Co.
Pianos Tuned, Pianos Tuned!
PIANOS Tt' NED Sc REPAIRED
TTfr!! by CJIAS. UKRBV and
rV i A"'u Melclcoim, Acconle
1 I " cal IiistrutnenU. Music
CM AS. O. FOSsu A I K;
Accordeous. and other Musi-
Music furnished f..r BALLS
and PARTIES. Orders left at the Theatre promptly attended to.
M HAND "FGR SALE!
Best Patent Asphalt K00F1XG FKLT,
DIRECT FROM THK MANUFACTURERS IN BELFAST.
A VERA' SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR ALL
j h lXDS OF ROOFS. For sale by
4o0-.1ui J ANION, GREEN & Co.
FeBiciias Wire, jTos.4&G.
1 ni ... ' a
JANION, GREEN & Co.
Hemp Canvas and Wire Rope !
OR SALE BY
JANION, GREEN & Co.
Steam antl House Coal !
tN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.
For sale by
450 3m JANION, GREEN & Co.
To Planters ami Others.
HONOtUtU IRON WORKS!
Xi-oiii Jt i v o ! i o o 1 !
A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORT
Brass Valves aud Cocks,
All Ueual Sites for Water or Steam.
Globe ValTC, Gunjre Cocl, P-t Cocl. Glob
Assorted Iron Pipings
From i inch up to 2J inches, with Ellx)W9, Tecs, Couplings, &c,
IRON BOILER TUBES. 3 and 4 Inches outside.
BEST CAST AND BLISTER STEEL.
, SWEDISH IROX, assorted.
Round Iron Shafting 2, 2, 3. 3J. 4, 6, 6 and 6i inches,
Black Lead Crucibles, Fire Clay,
India Rubber in sheets from 1-16 to j thick.
India Rubber Hose and Couplings, J to 1 inch.
4 inch Leather Bellinp,
Steam Gauires, Gas Taps and Dies,
Babbit" Metal, Emory, Borax,
Spelter. Blacksmith Coal.
450-"-n THOMAS HUGHES.
IfiliTH' EXPECTED !
A CARGO OF
Expressly Selected for this Market.
GOO TONS REGISTER.
From Liverpool !
COMPRISING THE USUAL ASSORT
COTTON, LINEN and WOOLEN
CLOTHING AND FANCY GOODS !
DcstHraud of Bottled ALE & POUTER,
WINES and LIQUORS,
EARTH E N WA R E ,
PAINTS and OILS,
&.., &c, X.C., kc, Jtc.
50-2m JANIOV, GREEN & CO.
' Kerosene and Turpentine.
TTOR SALE B
A T rRTCH, WALKER 4: Cn.
II Y II. W. SEVERANCE.
TUESDAY, Jan, 24tli,
At IO o'clock. A. M.. nt Si I os Roim,
Will be sold :
To Close Consignment !
Shoes, Broftann, Codfish. ?:t Pencils, Cldfr. Natli,
Champazne, latch-. Keruaene Oil, fcprm Candle,
rajls, Broom, Towder, Axe Handles, OjIit, Ac, A-C.
A Variety of NEW GOODS !
Per Late Arrivals.
ONE SADDLE HORSE AND GIG.
Desirable Real Estate in Honolulu,
WILL BK SOLD AT PI BL1C AUCTION OX
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 25,
At 12 O'clock, nm hi, on the prerobM-.. the well known tlt
mt (he coriier of K r and Maunnkea Sis., kuown tbe
" Aterbern lren.le.M There is a (t-nd two n'.ory buildinit oo
the preruUe, with the necesscry outbuilding,, and a OsKiil
B&ker's Oren. For further particulars apply to
KU. HOrFC!ILKGKK h STAl'KNUORST.
O.-H. W. SKVKRANCK, Auctioneer.
TIIVRSDAY, Jan. 2C,
At IO o'clock. A. M., nt Sale Room,
Will be Sold :
General 3Xerclianclise I
And a Variety of Sundries.
YflU leaye Honolulu
- January $
AT HALF-FAST FOUR O'CLOCK,
KE AIjAKE AK1TA.
Ketiiriiin? Satni-ilay Ifloniin.
JANION, GHKKN & Co.,
A (rents II. 8. N. Co.
rr THANKFUL FOR A LIBERAL. PAT-
ronage tram a generous public, we shall endeavor to merit
continuance of the fame.
Honolulu, Jan. 2d, 1S. 4&0-lin) B0LLE9 Co.
PERW AND POLAR OIL!
AT WHOLESALK AND RETAIL.
XSL or eais vy
BOLIiKS fc Co.
tfl Kose l'ecco, Oraniie 1'ecco,
PT'tf Fooloiifr, rc., Kc, Ac
Er.rr.ai Of Lnto ImporlniloB.
For sale by
400-lm BOLLKS fc Co.
American Prime Porlfc,
fucks cf Hams in Fickle,
For sale by
4&0-lm BOLLKS fc Co.
PAIXTS and OH,.
BEST ENGLISH WHITE LEAD,
Bent EnvlUh Zinc,
Beat English Boiled Oil,
Verdiftris, Faris Green,
Assorted Sized Packages.
For sale hy
450.im BOLLT53 fc Co.
MANILLA CORDAGE. A GENERAL. As
sortment of sires from J inch to &i Inches
Hemp Cordage, assorted sites;
ALSO A lot of Superior J V S K, in quanUUe to fait.
Hemp, Sail Twine, Jc, kc.
For sale by
450-1 m BOtXES fc Co.
Preserved Meats and Fruits.
C1SES W. K. LEWIS 3c BKOTIIEKfl
Assorted lets. Cases assorted Fruits,
For sale by
450-1 m BOLLEB c Co.
aC4RTER, HALF AND WHOLE BOXES
Boxes Fresh Figs.
4W lra B0LLE8 fc Co.
Iist of Letters
EM AINING IX HONOLULU HOST-OFFICE,
January Jat, 1!6j, u-l not directed lo snips.
i Lay ton, Eliia
jLi Koy, William
Atkinn, Mary 2
Allen, J.K. 2
Allen, Henry 4
Akin. 0;o. W.
Bsrtlett, C M.
Babbitt, Caleb II. 2
Baldwin, James W.
Bennon, E. T.
Barney, C. 8. 2
Black man, Charles
Coffin, David II.
Crosby, Frank W.
Curtis, I)aid E.
ClevelunJ, Capt. Olirer S.
Damon, Albert C. 2
Davis, Harvey 2
Edmonds, J- F. S
Ena, Jr., John &
Ewing, Etna 3
Fairbrother, 8am'l N.
Folsom, C. D.
Foster, Graham P.
Oasking, Georjre W. 2
Gibson, Chafl. H.
Gladdin?, BeoJ. T.
Gately, T. J.
nail, Ann E.
Hoagtiton, L. A.
Huffman, C. II.
Huntley, Krastoa B.
Jenner, George 2
Jewett, Capt. Jos. K.
Jasper, George P.
Japping. Tneod. G.
Jone4, John Wm.
Kirby, James F.
Kinney, Andrew J. 2
Murdock, vYrn. II.
Manini, Paul F.
Mansell, A. F. 8.
M union, Horace ;
Martial, lie v. John
Macnmbfr, L. K.
Matchctt, James 2
Moses, 8. VV.
Martin, James '
Merrill, O. B. 4
Moore, Kichard 3
Xljrhtlngale, J. W.
Nye, Cbas. F.
Pinkham, George 6.
Pierson, Lawrence E.
Pea body, Lucy
Peane, Bei j. P.
Riives, J. L.
Kuddell, J. M.
itogers. J. G.
Scott, F. R.
Stevens, t .
chember, Henry 2
Taylor, Sarah P.
Thompson, J. II.
Wa-ie, George W.
Wolf, Dr. Hartnard
Wiltse, Sam'l C.
Wood, Horace Vf
Wood, Rob't A. 8.
Williams, Josbus B.
Tonng, John L.
VouDg. Lewis C.
Young, Jno. B,.
T. KALAKACA, Postmaster GtnertJ.
HonnluPn January, 1815. 61-2t
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