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HV J. II. rnu:.
AT lO O'CLOCK, A. M., OV ,
WEDNESDAY, Nov. Ut.
AI sules Ildoui, uill be sold
.-1 GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
yi e rchandise !
('uses t iilt-r,
I oo (in
So!p Leather, &c.
NEW BEDFORD DIRECT
Th; A 1 Am. Clir-jr Ship
WILL HAVK IMMEDIATE DISPATCH.
Th A 1 Hawaiian .S!ii
CUKK.N. M.t r.
IV ILL ILlVt: QUICK' DISPATCH. .
Fur Frf.l.t apply t-
C IIREWER A; Co.
FREIGHT OR CHARTER
EUROPE OR UNITED STATES.
The A 1 Hawaiian Dark
& -A. rotie!
Ar pty t
II V. C. KREWKP. if C.
THE Al CLIIM KU UAKK
CIIARLF.S J. LOVKTT, Commamltr.
Will l-ll- tin? KEOKA in tht Iin, wilh "li-it.-h.
Fr 1r'.gUl or f,vAai;; Ii'tvir.if sujx'riar accoiannxlation for
cjia a hi! rer3e paetiTa.
AI.DRICII, AVALKKR & Co.
Aiftnt trt 5il f'raneiira,
Mritirs. CIIA3. W. liRWKS if Co. 401-
The A 1 Cllprcr Bark
& A. A. EL0R10GE !
M. A. AHIU)TT, Com in under.
Will folloxv the Cambridge witJl dispatch.
Far frfiijr.t . .&aae h."..i uii;Kiir uevoiiiUio.Jt:tu
cil ir. fn l f.-rr pa i"?tiji"r
Aiiracu. waikeii i Co.
Vr:oit n.x. I'ortinik!,
91- Mnsrj. HCHARM & McCRACKKS.
iLe HiWviUii Bark
W.: tf .j;.atoti t r ifce afcoTe 1-.1t. Fi.r lfr:NL; or
II. IIACKFI LIJ -t tV..
Has Just Ecceived from Boston,
AND OFFERS FOR SALE
.ll'RXITl'KK KXOliS AXI) C'ASTEIiS.
Molxun :t-. I'rarr Locktf, Lamp Hooks,
tm TjcW4. H.xk Kye.
Hi a. ra mi l Tr4? Sp'"''1. Par, r.-I KyP,
Kaft:cr" lii'ari r. Sm:itl Chain.
Hut. an ! Il:n.' v I.wr lUpi as I Staple,
l:-at Kiv t- arul UuS"- Nut an.I Whrr,
r.-.-nch 'ir. Xrzr a4rtnr.t of iKwr an.! Pa.l!x-k-
lli.i.t rU. a-jt I'tiuchti.
Shicf tins ar: ls"nf Hatchet.
Conitin ilion KuV, Chr Lin Rf!
tla.ig.-f, T B'iTil!', Wotsl
I", in riar.11. Calliper".
Hcic Saw. Ir n Time,
Hvriw ria-. SiVk't Finr.pr CL"wi.
fr a.i A an l &ie 11 ill !,
Acptr P;tn. Iroo Prch 5cn-,
K.et:ine an l A lfi Kye Hammer,
'rink itr..t Kr,'.lr. Bench 1'Une.
I:ru:h II-.k, Tinmen' Shear, S'twl S.uare.
Arkin-n Oil ?ton-s anl s;i.
Suf Wrench, 6 to li incho.
VV1 R-r. T .p M-iul. Sola- rin Irms,
Gcti-aicir To.. I Chit-.
Asaortment of Cooper's Tools.
!I jntirif Knife?-. Ivry Han.IIe lHert ail Iinnr Knive and
P.rt Silver l'l:Urtl Tea. IV.rt anl Table pooo;
Deisert an.l Iianer F rk, .i!t ?ponti.
S:el f hoei an I Spa l,
HanUl'-l ., Tick Av ,
Host ll.inill-, H irden RaiM,
Man-are Fork. Pat- Lr Pin.
irivels Planter's Hocf.
8!ioe tit, etc.,
r.i'..-.n" M n" an.l Iioy" Lwt. R-t Web,
i.i.- jrict. Jh' Lift. Cloin an I IVp Arti,
Awl Hr-t:c. Si.l.l'.cr'. Threa.l, Leather rreervativc,
s-hie Krav- .inl S-h-x PaiOT.
1JKST IJALTIMOKF C AM' SKIXSI
Fairtank'i Tf Scale-,
Counter Platftirra 'feat', Scale B"jes.
IL-ri- Shoe Nails. CofT.v !:!'..
Cloth- I'lii. Slif-l L-'h-I, "h:inrt:il Irm.
Curtain Tins. Hath Hr.ck. Grindstones,
Kulikr IJoi, ir.iiu Sc-x-p.
Sh-.'j H -l!-, ivntrs, WhisU.
Jl.rt'.t K.tJkcU in r.c.-t
IIrt Oil Bl.ick.in?,
pin? Llackinr, Fry Pan.
li ilvsr..r-?.l Wire ?tm?.
Lr;t. 1V: I .t. BrX Laoin.J
liiiirdij 1 3iit-rn,
:.v.5i. Y.'t.V'Aiii ' I Y r.'-.Lj; fei-4e3. 1 '.'t
rTZr,. Jcsr received from uiif:-
T w o J a c c a it a x i a f ; a s e
J hd 7 Octave?
MKLeilLK- A; I'.'i
FROM CHINA FEU ALU Eli TO ! "
fiAMl'IIUSt CllEVrTT.i .(i.oi uur tmk.
MATTING, -, roiU of f ,rty jai 1, -a-h
I'I'.iKK D OINOLI., in Ci. .' -,x jar, n..
For sale ia taiiiil2'.ni to sa.t T-fikl ii-.?-.n-,r.lf-.
4'lii M t.U 'II f V..: u
THE IMIEMISES ox M'Cam:
?tr-rt, I.t'ely occupied by Ourr.t:o Kcbiii.iii, Kq
App y to
yj-6t II:irtK.r Mar'i nCre.
W. N. LADD
JJAS UKCKIVKI) AS AHOVK, A NO OF--
FKRS FOK SALE
Cut Nail, Ox Yokes,
IX L Knives, Mexican Spurs,
L-at.vi.r l: !::i)r, IJe.l Screws,
A xlc Uraie,
I , '
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co,
havl: on hand
And Olfor ITor Sale Low!
To Close Consignment.
B.irr-U SweJlatt Tar,
FnnU VrifiX VarnUli. Ct.ina TiI.-,
I5irr l Kootin? C'nsiti'.n.
li'ilU K'K-fini; tclt, C.tsk K!iojk4, lieaJi ari l IIi:.
K-g-t Sli'A. 4M) lm
a lak(;i: lot or si;ii:iiiok
g II AND AM) FOIl SU.H OV
ii s u.n itv
ALOHHtll. WALK Kit i C,
Ex Cambridge and Eldridge !
A SMALL LOT of KXCKLLKXT
Iu Jijrrels and Half l'aritls.
For Fal' l-y
ALDIMCII. WALKER A: i'n.
For half: uv
4-.0-lm AI.MUCII. WALKER A Co.
FFKK I'OIi S ILK AT KK.ASO VA IILK
RATES, t;.- MIowInfT. -U :
Quarter Casks Imperial Pale Brandy,
Cases Gin (superior article).
Cases ()!d Tom,
Cases Porter in pints and quarts.
400-lra AI.I'RICII, WALKER k Co.
A I'KW CASKS
Marshall's Superior Currant Wine !
IOK SA LK ItV
ALDRK'II, WALKER & Co.
Ten, UUYvu, IZivu
And a General Assortment of
Groceries and Ship Stores.
ITOR SALT. II V
LOI LI S- ". C.
3iunla rur.l a variety of oilier UmnJf.
.Imt r.Pfive.l iii.J t:-r 21- v
41 u la.I.LI.5 t d.
OH-V ASnF.USON'S SOLACK,
Jlr.d a lu'lffy Or.:irr Pruuti' an.t
F'-r t.iio Ly
4vl -jt li'JLLff C.
C'S. IIOW.XKU'S. AM) I'AKUAU'S
k'oi S'ale bv
KOLLKS 4 Co.
GiOLOHN (JATEKX. I'AMILV FLOUR,
9 tiol.len U.ue l'uker Lxtra Flor,
(i iMcu li.ue Superfine FWur, in ir. and l:lf tacks.
A Small Lot of l'.tra rnmily !
Put up ia l:irre's cxt-re-isly t:r
4915; r.OLLKS .V Cn.
PickUs mid Pie Fruits, be. Kn-lish.
OR SILK II V
P.OLI.Ki k Co.
Paints and Paint Oil!
BKST KNGLIiII IiUILKDOIL.
I-ir.ch r.oil.-.l ,!.
Bist Lnglmti 7..r.T. Y H Knrliish L-aJ.
ltlack Paint. Yi'r.reri. Cl.nme Yellow,
Prutfian l'.iac. Putty.
For alc ly
431.0t FOLLP! k Co.
Capt. Green, from Boston,
EOLIiES & Co.,
HAVK RKCEIVKUniMl OFFEU FOU SALE
g (OILS MAMLA COROAGK,
i3 Ai rtcl Siic.
Hemp CoiMape. nwrti-J zr. Houei;n.
Mrt.nc, Sj unyarn, e:iii.,:, Ilatiin, sc., Kc.
a s 1 1 oars:
4000 Feet Oar, awrte.! '-.
P.OLLJ3 fc Co.
Fifty Coils Manila Wh.ile Line !
OK SALE BV
4 SSORTEI) M'MHrlKS.from OO. 10 No. C.
."w. tr.it.c y hollks k Co.
POLLES A Co.
lioxlon Pilot Bread !
oO.OlH' bkka t'icke.i in whaiemi-n-n cak
- - - w 1 , f t? 'T- DtKTl V HI TUT
fki.l l:i utilcn'lwl r.tT.
Fur sale in W to nit th pm-lii'T Yy
m-Zt lJi'LLES k Co.
ASKS A N If IIAI.K IIAKKKUN.
rOl.L.r.3 o. .
4 T THE
1VMMI. MEETIXfi OF THE
AIKU UlAK CO., I11UI on the 5th ins:., the following
Ufticers w.-re cho9 n f. r the cnsu:t:i; ytar. viz :
S. X. Castle. I'rosiJ.n:; M. B ltcivr:TH. Mercury;
s. sv:iw.r, Trensurt-r; J. V- Cook, Auditor.
M. B. BECKWITH.
4 MIX TO ri'T AVOOI I!V
X- ruii"-tU lit; ;r.f .1 w fciiC. 1
en., ia v r'.il.
p.- i i: TuOL'
S,tTCTJ.t V, OCTOBER 2-
.tcaiii in tliti J'ae-illc.
W e huvo alwHvn been tlrm aivoC;it3 of site,
: arid ttarn,rs and have, on mere than one ccoa-r.-'.n,
devoted our euluiiii.s to urging their iiitr-j-
duc-Mon, bjth f'jt iiitor-i-ini and f Jieicn srvic.-.
During cur ab-jf-nce from thev? Irland-i, v-v have
had frfrqant or iK.rturiiti-5 fr witnessing the
outran between st.-arn.rs and sailing rotsols
I.vt-rywhere strain is Uxjcruing the chief LanJ
maid of commerce, agriculture and civilization.
' and the vrh.lo world is d tincd to Ijow to her
i Piipreniaej. With these views, w.' have s-jught
: to have fetea:n-rs introdueetl here among the
: Islands, and between these L-landd and C'alifor
j nia, as our main hope fir a permanent revival of
: busings and agricultural prosperity.
It has already been announced in our columns
that the Pacific Mail Steamship Company has
i Secured the contract for carrying the American
i mails between Sau Francisco and China, and for
that purple will establish a lino of first class
! Fteamships between San Franeisco anl Ilung-
kong. The long-talked-of project of steam
j across tlie Pacific is soon to became a fact,
j Tlie Company which undertakes it is a wealthy
I corporation, amply able, having a capital of over
tweiitv million-, k that there is no such word as
" I'ail" about it. Uesides, it i3 undertaken
under the direct patronage of the American
(iowrnment, with the liberal bonus of half a
million per annum for the mail service. 'I he
plan of the Company, a we understand it, and
so far a9 it has matured, is this : to have four
Cret-elatsi side-wheel steamer?, of 4,000 tons
each, (nearly similar to the Persia, VaiuMilt
and other large Atlantic steamships,) drawing
eighteen or twenty feet of water, and leaving
I San Francisco once a month, to touch ut Hon
olulu for coal and to land passengers, thence to
Kanagawa in Japan and to Hongkong. Re
turning from China, the vessels will either go
directly from Kanagawa to San Francisco by
what is called the Northern 44 circle-flailing'
route, over which fair westerly winds prevail
nearly all the year ; or else from Kanagawa to
Honolulu, with fair west winds two-thirds of
the way, and thence to San Francisco. The
distances ami time occupied by these steamers
from California to China , estimating ")() miles
as the average daily speed, will be about as fol
San Fr:m."icn to Honolulu
Hi.(.j.;r.,'r at 1 lulioliihl . . . .
liiiiinlulu t'i K in.iL'awa. . .
ftoppnK fa Kanagawa...
Kanagawa to Hongkong..
Total ilM uioe an.J time 7,u0 ZJ
'i'lio return trir, if made 1y the Rime route, jf
woull jTohubly, owing to head winds, b at
It.-ast tint days lotiyrr, making 31 davs from
llonsk.-iisj t San Francisco via Honolulu. Rut
if these tteamors return ly the northern route,
the distances and tiim will he about as follows :
Ilonpkong tr Kanapawa.. 1.5(X) 6
K.m.igaw:i tn n Kraiicisc-j (11.) Htoppiii',) 5,0tiJ CO
Tutul liit.:ice and time, C.5o0 'JO
N"ow, ns we understand it, the Company does
not wish to take freight by the China steamers j
from San Franeisro to Hjnolulu, or from Hon- j
olulu to San Francisco, but simi.ly stop a few j
hourj for cual aiiJ jia.3on-. 13, a.s the taking find j
discharging of freight would detain the steamers
r'YcTtil day.-? at Honolulu, both in oing and j
returning. The return tripi are so much short- :
f ned by tho northern route (5 days phorter) that i
it io very probable that it will be adopted ; j
though this will depend on whether the chips
can cany cal lor twu;ty-ute day?, winch is the
bjap-t they bhouli venture out with 011 the
vovapn. Th'fe stc.iuifchir will roiiiiiieiice iin
nin just as -jcon as they can be made rc-nly,
which will probably b during the suinmev or
fall of loti, the contract allowing them to com
iiienee ut any time, but not later than January
1, 1S07. Out, alter all, it will n-uire actual
experiment to determine the best routes and
stopping places. It will be the greatest steam
enterprise ever undertaken, and must adapt
itself gradually to the actual necessities of the
localities it passes through.
In addition to the above great commercial en
terprise, we understand that the Pacific Mail
Company also intend to establish, auxiliary to
their China line of steamers, a line of yropclh ra
Li I u-f cn &in Francisco and Honolulu, to earry
freight and passengers between these two porta
only, and to run twice or three times a month,
as may be necessary. Here is just what our
growing commerce has long been calling for,
uiid which the establishment of a monthly line
of China steamers, simply touching at this port
ftr coal, could never furnish. We want such a
line a? this, one which will bring the two ports
within ten or twelve days of each other. We
are sending to San Francisco about fifteen hun
dred (1,500) tons of freight prr month, and
receiving from thence perhaps one thousand
tons monthly. Coal taken for the China steam
erf would always give the propellers full freights
to Honolulu, and render the employment of coal
ships unnecessary. Not far from one hundred
passengers pas between the two ports monthly.
This is the present trade and travd over the
route, and every one knows that it is increasing
raeh vear fullv twentv-fivo per cent. With a
j well-conducted line of large and commodious
j propellers, such as are now employed in the New
j York and Liverpool freight trade, bringing the
j two prts in close and certain proximity with
j oach other, the increase in both trade and travel
i would be great.
This line of propellers will probably be
: started within the next six months. Under tlie
! management of the able company which con
! templates it, we feel confident that it will be
I conducted fur the benefit of our Island commerce,
; and that, therefore, all our merchant-", planters
' and agriculturists will unite to encourage its
establishment, though it may cost, at the outset,
some sacrifice of personal interests. The two
lines of freight and passenger packets that are
, now running have well served our commerce,
and the owners and agents of them deserve
thanks fur what they have done, and for the
zeal with which they have so long and so faith
fully advanced Hawaiian commerce; for it may i
. not bo generally known that the jackets now j
running are not very profitable to their owners,
Hut the advantage .s of steam are too apparent i
to be gainsaid.
When our merchants aud
y.!antrs can iit San Francisco by steam in ten
Tlieit produce und make
j their jtuivlr.iv in aiiot hor u-Vi d:iy, and
I be in thvir ciiintinjr-r..oia- i.r on their j.lau
j tati.nn within thirty d.ivs from tin- d.ito they
stirU'i for Calif mm, tlxrv will i4 m?rc
I travel and more pleasure in traveling, and with
j regular Ht-Min communication there h alwavs a
j C''-ne; -p.-Lidtng Increase of trade.
SOT1N 1' TUT. WEEK.
j K:ir?.Aor.;u"Ar. v Wmah.-o; How the tnt.iv-
I I-oili " LOU l i IOV. " A trritit .t'KiiTtF.. A 004
j 'tcry is tol.i by - cme of the unfortunate vu tiiu of
; the f.'"'.'i'Jt-.f. ...f ho v.mj in which Capt. Clieen.
of the v. h.de-I.ip Xjfi'V, w;,; trapped by tii pi
rate, which serves to veilfv the old adage that - ail
h n..t jrold that elltteis." Soveial of the whaling
lieet were cniUitiir. one tine morning ia June, near
Iiehring Smut-;. iati.-n?ly wailing f...r the ice to
clear away, so that they might pass through them
into the Arctic Oeeau. or were looking for what
would be still better, the spouiing of large bow
head whales, when Capt. Green spied smoke on
the horizon, tw enty or thirty miles off. w here several
ships were known to be cruising. Watching in
tently, he observed another and still another col
umn of deii-e. oily smoke rising, and exclaimed,
4,I5y Jove, there's them ships, half a dozen of "em.
all a-boiling, and ire haven't seen a whale fjr a
week." In-tantly the order was given to "bout
ship." and never did gallant tans more cheerily
round ia the weather braces" and "square away"
than when the -Y '".- prow was pointed to join
her companions in the lack they were supposed to
have met. All bauds flew around lively, and every
boat was put in trim, with lines, bombs and har
poons, while e ery man counted on his share t
the expected prize. On the good ship sped, dash
ing the water before her. as if she was bound on a
long cruise, and nearer and higher the dark col
umns of smoke curled up to the sky, increasing
now to six or eight vessels "boiling down."'
"t'ootl luek for once," shouts an eager boatsteerer ;
" the sea is all alive with bowheads, only waiting
for ih ;" and never was there a jollier set than the
crew of the ill-fated Xassua when she was bound
for that ' boiling-in" scrape, for not the slightest
suspicion had arisen that the smoke seen was a
pirate's work, until they approached within a few
miles of the scene, and saw the hated craft with
her privateer signal. It was then too late to es
cape ; 1"t the 'h?tnnhKih. with lull steam on,
headed straight for tlie stranger craft, and in a few
moments had her a prize within range of her guns.
The rest is briefly told. A boat's crew from the
pirate was sent on board, the officers and seamen
were ordered oh" to a bonded ship, a few articles
were taken from the vessel, and the torch applied
to her hold. In a few moments the X-tss'tit was
added to the fleet of whalers boiling down."
making tlie ninth vessel destroyed on the 28lh of
June by the pirate ship ltnultih. The result
showed that instead of the Xaxsau'j boiling down
two or three whales that day, the pirate Wad dell
Joi!cd her down - to the water? edire. ,v )
Tin: Ciihts. Messrs. Cooke. Zoyara and Wil
son's Circus arrived from San Francisco in the
schooner AUc, on Saturday last, and commenced
performances on Tuesday evening, in a large tent
erected oil the Fsplanade ia rear of the Custom
House. This troupe enjoys the reputation of hav
ing the best company of equestrian and acrobatic
performers in the world. It is not often that our
citizens are favored with so celebrated a company
or so choice an entertainment as is all'orded by
this. Snme of the fe-.its sueh as the crystal pyra
mid, the pole balancing and the acrobatic pc--frm
iiieej in the air, are really wonderful. Mr.
Cm ike is 1 Le s.iiii per-ou who walked tlie tight
rope at the dill' llou--i' in San Francisco. In addi
tion to the natal equestrian performance-', the com
pai.y exhiliit? th' trick hoi se Uhello, tin- learned
mule:;, -slid the trained dogs, all of which eeitninly
ioHesj Utile short of human understanding, and
jli.'.w v.-has dumb animal a are capable of bcinfl
taught. M idamoiseUe I 11a Zoyara is a living won-
j aer. who has excited the admiration of Europe and
Ameii."i, for beamy, gracel'idiies-a and unrivaled
her-email-Lin. "F-irt that a pretty pnl?v is-the
1I1 i. exclamation ot the uiiitiated mlmii eis of Ella's
toy cheei.3 arid black curls. The a it autre merits
tor ladies arid children are excellent, aud the
courtf-v and attention which visitor receive from
the mamrers and attendants are spoken of by
many. This alternoon a performance will be piven
for ladies and children. n Monday evening, there
will be no performance on account of Mr. "VYyl lie's
funeral ; but it will resume on Tuesday.
ll'irpa-s'. The last mail brought us the maga
zines for September. As usual this is fdled with
choice articles on various subjects. The contents
and writers are these :
SepteinhcT I'octrv. W Grorge Arnold.
A tnp to Bodie Bluff und the YVestern Dead Sea, by J. Hop
Lr.ve in a Hospital. Anonymous.
Mis l'iuk's Fir-t Soa in, Illustrated. Anonymous.
Niagara in Sprinir. by Win. C. Kienards.
S.oi.:1k-s of Social Li.e in China, (illustrated.) by Justus Doo
littii', 1. l.
Tom M illory's Bi vn-e, by Ca;it. T. W. Pe Forrst.
Ana rthi-sia. 1 y Mrs. S. W. Barker.
Th- l'. u 1 llouif, by T. W. Watson.
Mi:f.-.rt, by John T. Ilea Iky.
Arniailaie. ly WiSkie Collins.
The Ikvmsman, by X. G. Shepherd.
Street Education., by Juli 1 . Snow.
Margaret Bronson, by Llizaticth S. Thetp.
Hannah Kar.thorn's Sweelheirt, by Mary K. Pallas.
Jur Mutual Friend, by Char'.es I'ickem.
l'..collection3if an Old Fogy, by Chaa. Holmes.
Monthly Keeord, Editor's Chair and Drawer.
The sketches of our Western Dead Sea ate full
of life and sphit. - Miss Pink's First Season" is a
veritable experience, paralleled in ten thousand
live. The illustrations are magnificent, and the
letter-press history is capital. The Chinese, arti
cle relates mainly to betrothal and domestic life,
a:id is based upon a work now in the press of the
Tm: Athntic. The contents and authors of the
September number are these :
Crui.n Bon li. by J. T. Trowbridge.
Wi'ihelni Meit-r' A r prentice, by D. A. Maasoo
Ne-M'.e and Garden. Anonymou.
Soifntilic Farrr.iiiir, by Gen'l Hamilton.
Pr. John, by Donald G. Mitidiell (He Marvel.)
l"p the St. Johns Kiver. by T. W. Il.ir.aoa.
A n-w Art Critic, ly Kusene IK-nsn.
The Luck cf Abel siedman, by tlie author of Life in the Iron
S .nnet, at Bay Bridge, by T. B. Aldrich.
Th Capture rf Jeff. DaviH, by one r.f the Captors.
Tlie Cl.imtH-y Corner, by Mrs. Harriet B. Stwe.
A Y'iit to the E.leworth, by Mrs. Farrar.
on a pair rf ill hoo. by Chas. J. Sprague.
Cor.im-morition id-'. by J. It. Lowell.
Our Miiiiia System, by the Editor. Beviewj, &c.
Several ot the articles are continued from previ
ic.is numbers, and all possess merit as original
American literature. Among the reviews of late
publication-1! is a caustic notice of Dr. Faxley"s
new bouk. ia which he deals very roughly with
the Hawaiian Hand-, and especially with American
JLj'ii-s at .:.-.c. Th fifth number of this new
aspirant for popular favor is before us. and hows
an improvement over its predecessors. The arti
cles are mostly short, and some are excellent. The
m.iga.ine aims to teach religious truth, and to far-ni.-h
a literature which shall he unexceptionable in
t-c!' and sentiment. It has succeeded so far iu
the anticipations of its friends.
' -7-.?. Ta-sK' 0 a' Yf'nj Fn'.ks. are each as
chie and interesting as any preceding numbers.
All tliese can he found at the Hook-store, or can he
sub-vrihed for it lcaviri'f order- at the .ranie.
Tnr. JAbi.K 11 v?.Moi-r ;. h.inr au.i l.ivorahiy
ktiONn ill C.'.)I;V.l !i:.i. -.i-. e :!l eP.lertailltnelit la'!
evei;ir. at lb- .'iiT ; irIlion. Foi rare l"iin.
'idf -jiliijin j.ke :..d jieiViine la'-rn extrava-k-ar.a
. i!.ev ran he i ut j .t--e.I by 1'iiliy llirr.h.
Char!;.- !.':. J.i.-. t.i :nv e'.h'-i' man'
"- IVe aie indebted to Capt. Jernegan. of the
t'ja-V. f. r a lull rep... it ot hi ei ui.-e. w Lieh we
mu?t omit till net i- -it-. A -erre-poiidei;t' ; letter
from Wailakn 1- . erowded out.
The ne.t m.ol from an Fr.-tucijco may be
looked for by the b.m; O.u-ard, about Nov. J.
Eastern dates to September
By the bark Comet, Fuller, and schooner .ilice,
Winding, we have received San Francisco pa.
pers to Monday, October 2J, on which day the
schooner sVile.1. The Fistern telegraphic news is to
the 30th. Nothing of great importance hid occur
red during the interim since our last dates. Much
of the news sent over the telegraph 13 uninteresting I
and not worth copjiDg. We select a few items :
From the Atlantic State.
New Yor.K, Sept. 115. The Southern Advocate of
the 13th says : The following extract, which has just
been published, is from the late President Lincoln's
letter to Gen. VVadsworth, who fell in the battle of
the Wilderness : " You desire to know, in the event
of our complete success in the field, and the same
being followed by a loyal and cheerful submission on
the part of the South, if universal amuesty should
not be accompanied with universal suffrage : Now,
since you know my xrivnte views as to what terms
should be granted to the South in the contingency
mentioned, I will here add, if our success phould
thus be realized, ond lollowed by such desired re
sults, I cauuet eee if a universal amnesty is granted,
how, under the circumstances, we can avoid exacting
iu return universal sullrage, or at least suffrage on
the basis of intelligence and military service. How
to better the condition of the colored race has long
been a study which has attracted my serious and
careful attention. 1 am clear and decided as to what
course I shall pursue in the premises, regarding it as
a religious duty that the nation shall be guardian of
these people, who have so heroically Tiudicated their
manhood on the battle-field, where, in assisting to
save the Republic, they have demonstrated in blood
their right to the ballot, which is but a humane pro
tection of the flig they have eo fearlessly defended."
Geueral Terry, commander of the Department of
Virginia, has just given the people of that State a
very forcible reminder that martial law still prevails
there, by the issuance of two orders making provi
sion for loyal proprietors to recover the property con
fiscated by the rebel government, and by putting a
stop to all legal proceedings instituted against na
tional officers for acts done in the performance of
their official duties. Hereafter, while martial law
continues to prevail, he General announces that any
persons connected with the institution cf suits of
this character will be arrested.
The South Carolina Convention has refused to
allow negroes to form any part of the basis of Con
Momtgomkrt, Ala., Sept. 25. The ordinance de
claring the Act of Secession null and void was unan
imously adopted by the State Convention after hav
ing been debated the entire day.
A special to the Times says that JeT. Davis' treas
ure, brought to Washington by Treasury agents, con
sisted of S87.000 in gold coin, 9,000 iu silver,
(mostly Mexican dollars,) and thirty bars of silver.
The total value is slightly over $100,000.
The ironclad Alonadnock, the steamer lranderbilt,
and the screw steamer I'uscarora, will leave on the
1st of October for the Pacific. They are to be at
tached to the squadron on that coast. These vessels
will be accompanied to their destinaticn by Commo
dore John llodgers.
Incomplete returns from Colorado Territory indic
ate the adoption of the State Constitution by a very
1 irgc xaajority. The clause authorizing negro fiuf
fraire is defeated.
The Uulted States Consul Geneial at Constantino
ple, under 'late of August I'Sd, report? a si-reiible
abatement iu the cnolera since his la:t ilispatcri
The number of deaths on the 21st wai 143, while
heretf.ture it esceeded 2,000 in a single day.
The steriUier .Wio York, which arrived at New
York from Aspinwall recently, made the passage
in l5 days, 11 hours and 20 minutes, being tbe quick
eM passage on record. Over i00 wtia raised among
the passengi-rs to purchase a service nf plate for
Capt. Tiukltpaugh, and S1C0 more for the coal
passer?. The Ih raid's Washington special dispatch says
the Attorney-Gei.eral has decided not to consider ap
plications fur pardi.n in future from individuals who
havo been domiciled outside the territorial limits of
the United States. Such persons must first return
and submit themselves in good faith to the action of
the Government. The practical working of the rule
will probably be to favor the expatriation of maDy
prominent rebel refugees.
New York, Sept. 2G. The 5-mile 4-oared race for
a stake of S2.000 and the championship of America,
between Bigelow brothers of this city and Ward
brothers of Newburg, took place yesterday on the
Hudson river, opposite Sing Sing. It was won by
the Vard3 in 32 minutes and 59 seconds, beating
their opponents 22 seconds.
An Overland Camel Company has been organized
in this city, with the object of importing to this
country and using upon the Western Plains next
summer a large uumber of camels. It is understood
that J. W. Fubena is engaged with this company,
and will give it the benefit of his experience in the
purchase and management of the animals.
By a whaling vessel which arrived at New London
from the Arctic Ocean, advices have been received
from Capt. C. II. Hall, the explorer, who left the
United States in 180 J, under the patronage of Henry
Grinnell. His letters were expressed 100 miles over
the ice on dog sledges to reach the open sea. He has
obtained much valuable information regarding the
Franklin Kxpedition. Hall expects to spend most of
his time in King William's Land, and on Boothit
and Fellow's Peninsula. He desires that a vessel
shall be Eent in the spring of 1867 to bring him
Nfw York, Sept. 28. The Times' Washington
Fpecial dispatch says : Mr. Dudley, our Consul at
Liverpool, had an interview with the Secretary of the
Treasury, whom he urged to recommend to Congress
aa export duty on cotton. He said the foreigu ex
portations will this season be enormous.
New Yoek, Sept. 23. The Her all's correspond
ent at Brownsvilie, Texas, gives later advices from
Mexico. Matamora9 was fairly besieged by the Lib
erals under Escabado. There is a garrison of 1,800
men in the city. The attacking force consists of
2,500 or 3,000, exclusive of Cortinas' force. It is as
serted that with a little more ammunition. they could
carry the city by storm.
New Yore, Sept. 25. Gen. Hancock, in a recent
address to the Odd Fellows at Baltimore, said :
" The power of the Government, as shown in the late
contest, is a star in our escutcheon, whose rays ex
tend sufficiently to give light even to London and
Paris. The K:o Grande is bat a short distance in
comparison. I firmly belive, from my own knowl
edge of the country and experience therein, that the
Emperor of the French will be glad to vacate Mexico,
if he is allowed time to do so with honor. We paid
some millions to get the country after cinturing its
Capital, and though it will not cost France less than
it cost us, every day's delay will add to the expense,
without a chance of compensation ; for, certain as
fate, the continued occupation cf that country by a
foreign frce, which entered it in hostility to our in
terests and prejudice, will certainly lead to war. It
is now time f.r us to cultivate the art of peace and
bind up the wounds made by the lite rebellion. We
may defer the day of retribution until we are strong
again, without rerting uuder the imputation cf fear.
Ihe Emperor of the French went to Mexico when it
was convenient for him. We can defer meeting him
there until it is convcuient for us. But it may not
be necessary in fuc!) case. We shall have love (?)
enough in our day for the lienor of our country's
l.tes from Liverpool arc ti the 17th vf Septen her.
The politictl news is unimportant.
A meeting cf the AtUntie Telogrnph CompTny
unanimously adopted the Ditecturs' report, mid c.;u
peqnent'y fHiictiined the new contract cuV fur ilit
ct! ct next year. Thequesti n of rainim; additier.al
oapii.il was postponed for c0r.9ideruti.-n at anvthi-r
meeting i u the 12th i f Oetotx-r.
The dilLcuIty arU'.bg out id arteM iu Priir-fi i f
Germans who had become American citizen, f r non
performance of the military service tequir.d by
Wutv-in laws, coutinues to excite attinti. n ii that
country The Prussian laws and Constitution imper.
aiively require every subject of Prussi r ti perform
military service, and it ctnnot be alferel at j. leisure
by the Executive authorities. Assuming this state
ment to be correct, the only way to relieve natural
ized American citizens from the obligation-) which
they are connidered to be under toward- the land of
their birth would be the conclusion of a treaty
between the United States and Prussia to that e fleet.
Hitherto such persons have generally been release!
from the duty to which they tre subjected, but only
after a great deal of trouble and out of special regard
for the United States government, on its representa
tion, and not in virtue of their rights as American
citizens. The Herald's Berlin correspondent bciuves
that if a convention to this effect were submitted to
the Prussian Legislature it would be passe I by an
immense majority, as the liberal party are extremely
desirous of being 011 good terms with the great trans
The Fenian Panic in Ireland.
Ntw Yobk, September 21. The Times' London
correspondent, dated September 9lh, says : There is
an awful panic in Ireland cn the Fenian question.
A company of three huudred or four hundred Yankee-Irish
lauded at Queenstown from one of the late
steamers, and took the railroad for the ititeri 'r. They
were known by being better dressed than their coun
trymen of the same class, wearing broadcloth, and
their independent manners and free talk about the
superiority of American institutions, and by having
handsfull of gold. They left by couples at various
stations along the road. The obvious inference is
that they were friends of either the Federal Govern
ment or the Fenian organization, well supplied with
money, and qualified to drill the native, unsophisti
cated population. I kuow, by personal observation?,
that the people of Ireland are disloyal, and that they
detest the Government which has been forced upon
them for centuries. I have no doubt that IOO.O00
Irishmen would spring to arms to-morrow, if they
had any friends to look to or any reasonable pros
pect of making a successful struggle for indepen
dence ; but without foreign aid there is no such pros
pect. Efficient foreign aid seems further away than
ever. In the meantime ballad-singers are shouting
the song of the ' Bold Fenian Boy " at every street
corner. The papers are lull of stories of the interna
tional marching and drilling of Fenian hosts. More
than all. Yankee Irishmen or Irish Yankees with
hands full of sovereigns, short swoids and army
revolvers, who have been fighting to put down the
rebellion in Ameiica. are soon going to fight to get
up a rebellion in Ireland. Letters arc written by
Irishmen to their relatives, urging them to come to
a safe place before tho trouble begins giving ner
vous people a good deal of alarm.
The London Daily .Mies, in an editorial on the
subject says : The Fenian movement is confined
chiefly to laborers, idlers and people of low degree.
The Catholic clergy arc on the side of order. It will
soon appear what Government means to do. It is clear
there is no time to be lost. There will be no question
on either side of the Irish channel of putting down
this movement. Aa a work of meroy, it must be
done. There must be prompt, careful, complete pre
vention and repression of rebellion, whether weak or
formidable. It would be a great mercy to Ireland if
every Fenian leader were at once put on trial.
HAWAIIAN MUSS BKUF.
KKULL'S V F.I.I. KNOWN' MKSS ltKKI-
cured in Livcrj"'"! salt and tmcked with redied cuaiM;
salt. Warranted to keep.
For sate by
4S7-2m KD. IIOFFPC1ILAKUEK & STAPEXIIOK8T.
N SMALL PACKAGES EXIMtbSSLt lUT
up for shiji'j use
For pale by
4S7 2in KI. 1 1 OFFICII LA KG Kit t-TAl'F.XUOKsT
JOI UMAIIAI., n Vrry Sii rior Ailii le.
ror Sale l.v
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Notice of Dissolution of Co-partnership.
'li HE" CO-PA ItTXEIlSIIII !lT4tlr' -
S intinc: under the firm name of W. F. ROY & l. , is tin
All claims of the old firm will Le liquidat" 1 by the under
ei?ned. ' VV. F. KOY.
Honolulu, OeU.btr 12, 184. 4 30-St
fKOM A N It AI'TEIITIIISPATE.! WII.I.
puy no bills contracted in my name, without my order.
.1. M. uisr.
Honolulu, Cet. 7, ISrt.V
ON HAND and FOB SALE !
Host l'aleiil Asphalt ItOOFIN'U l-'KLT,
PIRKCT FKOM THE MANUFACTURERS IN r.F.LFAST.
A VKRV SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR AI.Ij
2. A'.VJA' OF HOOF?. For inle hy
4Jl-:!m JANl'lN", GRKL'X k Co.
JFciicin Wire, iVos. !&
IIOR SALE II V
4'.U-3m JANION, JRKKN" k Co.
Hemp Canvas and Wire Rope !
fOR SALE II V
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Stc:tm :ibi3 ISTosi.sc Coal !
tV LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.
For file by
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rtJlIIE CO-PARTNERSHIP Heretofore x-
JL ijtinjr between UKNSKTf L M KKNNY h thi Liy dis
solved by mutual consent. The btisineni will be r:irri"d on by
VV. IlKNN'ETT, and all outstanding UebW of 11. u bin will bo
settled by the undi-rsigned.
Honolulu, Oct. CO, 1S35. 4 tl -1 in
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
tllll ILIU, iilli
JUST RECEIVED, PER I EN" N IS IIRUN
A TRAIN OF 5 CARRON PAN'S,
To Ult together, 4 of 500 pallons each, &nd 1 te.-u.-he. Thess
pans are of the mofct approved form.
2 OR 4 STEAM CLARIFIERS,
000 gallons each, with ca-t iron sides, with 29 copper pip's
steam-cockM. condensed water pipes, &c, -XI complete. TInw
are on the latest and best din.
1 4-HORSE POWER TURIJINE YHEEI
4 sets lC-Inch
CAST IRON RAILWAY WHEELS,
bound aad slotted.
OVER 2,000 FEET OF' T RAILS,
(Contra'-t'irs' rails. ) Thee would ro.-tkc a go-. I tra-k for
GOO FEET 1 3-4x1-4 INCH FLAT IRON,
A 12 -horse power
STEAM ENCilNE AXI) liOILER. rnm.lflr.
This can be had at a bargain, and is warr.inted a complete
and j. ood engine.
12 feet tonp. and 5 feet 6 inches in iliamet'-r. with 71 3, Ci
and 4 inch tubes, just completed at the H:lu'.ii Iron Work,
and (suitable for any purpose, but peculiarly adapted t be tel
at the end of a train.
N. B. The undersigned have jut received the most com
plete assortment of
" Best Best Thorney Crafr Bar Iron
ever brought to if.it uiitet. Th-V wilt .vnr.i:it the oxiiiy, aud
will sell as:oi te;l of over a ton ftt very no.oiate rates
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