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It t.ilcs r-i.U in paper to Luy jl in gAl io Rich-
Ytuc'.i Tr t'n McOe!! in fin f.rt'.fiej
V i-!iifi.n well that m, armj enn teach the
White Il-.us'e Lut the armj f t contractors.
i: Smith. Ut? V. S. S.-cretary of the Interior,
U-en c-tifirnie'l -J Ju of the L'nitel Statea
uprt iiie 'Vurt.
n wm: Mirxiovg ! The eretary of the Interior
in S.ii r r--rt. the am. mi jiel I of the California
g. 11 roli.es ii fcTOJMl.tjGo.
It t prK-m'Iy un Ierst c-J that " Oi l ALe" btanJi
Crmiy I y tj-n. Ilnt!er, nt wltSistan Ji:.g Kevtriy
JiJ.ii-tuii'n report of hia uii.-uion.
Slavm-.T IS MmhI'iu. Jr.ifz Iirown tiinites
t;i it there will in.t le more than C",0K) I ive-iin
tii it ' at- "i! the I -t f J itHiiry, anJ that at lt.w
one half of tin-se are owoe-1 by traitor.
I.''f'rj tny (ln. !. i still c r.??r?T.f Tug in the
c.iiniry aroiin i hifr; with reiiiorMelf-.i energy, eizmg
all un I-r f rty tie who fill within bis reach, taking
ciri'-o-' walking in the streets accoinj. mieJ by their
wive iui'1 chii lirn.
S'n.tij Kr wn p if.er id r:w t..aiiuf acture-1 at the
iii-hiry 1'ijer .Mill-, in r.ne county, . V.,
fr' ni r it t nl-," the pro-iuct .f the wi! 1 flig grow.
in liiw jrrounJ' nil over I h North. The proprie
tor. Mr. Otk!ey, is eip?riii.fciiting witli a view cf
loading wLiic p.i er, also, from the afuc uiaterixl.
Th population bfSiTaunah, usually alnnit
'n at present sonit!iioj( le-s than lo,'00. atij
L'l-.nes-j i-t almost at a Un i still. Two out of every
five of the fctore-t ati'l other places of hu-ine-'s are
c!o- l, ati'l the LIckale u thought to he perfect.
f If slat'ry am le c-u-e of Je war, an 1 oulit to be
wip- l iut, len Je lt'igzi an dc ciuse of s!i'ry. an-1
culit t. be wipe J out t'H.; kite thar Would be no
war without slav 'ry, and thar would 1 no lm'rjr
wi:hiutde iiigi. And who m.ide de niga ? Take
k r d it Jou djn't wipe out too much.
The Common Council of Indiauapolis. Ind., have
d :har(jel the entire police force. They concluded
that there had been r. Liberies, burglaries and mur
ders enough jrptt rated within the lat month to
warrant this step. They will organize another force,
cuft.si.ttiiig of twenty-eight detectives under a I'olice
A petition has been precented to the British Parlia
ment, prayiug for a change iu the prenent uiotle of
divi ling the day into two divisions of twelve hours
eu:h, ao 1 iu its stea l, count the hours from one to
twenty -four. It would be a striking change fir the
lAfi:i: u:M Cons HrsKs. The London .Mirhttics
,! t -C'lzine states that excellent paper is now made
in K irope from the leaves of Indian corn. There is
tne piper mill iu operation io Switzerland, and one
in Au-tria, in which paper is made from such leaved
exclusively. The Luks which envelope the ears of
Corn 1 1 ike the best quality. There is no reason why
as g'H,d printing paper may not be male of ecru
husks as of straw. The N. V. ll'orld is printed on
paper m ide of wheat Uuic.
Col. CaRTta'a Feat. We have a very Important
piece of news to-day, says the .7., to the etlect that
Cul. I'irter, with a brigade, had captured Knoxvllle,
and destroyed several railroad bridges between that
point and l.indridge, a villtge in Mistern Tennessee,
thirty miles nort!ieat of Knoxville. If the report be
tru ?, the achievement of Col. Carter is j istly entitled
to 1? reirde 1 as one of the mo-t impor;ant Buccesses
of the war. The destruction of the railroad at that
pi ii:e will cut ott Uichinond from one of its principal
routes of coinutuu. cation with the Southwest.
Thk Sokgiii m Ckiuh. Correspondents of the U.
S Iop irtment of Agriculture, conversant with the
prnrers of Sorghum culture in that country, and
fiuaiirieJ to ju Ige accurately of this season's product,
:stirnatp the aggregate quantity cf cane eyrup at
4').0o;V)0O ri':. the cultivated land 2oO,XK)
acre.-. In lyo, by the showing of the List ceusus,
the product w is Ies than 8X.K):J gallons. If this
c-tiuiate should prove correct, it is sullioient to supply
nuT than half ot the syrup and mulajsc3 demand
ct t'ue Unite- Ptates.
.Viw IV of Ttit TrBRET-Piup P.isaio. The
ria.nct t .caiater ship of toe .Monilur, carries a li
incli kuii and an 11-inch one. Trials were ma le
M.ib her in the llu l.-on Ittver on Sunday, Nov. 15, of
a tew plan of Mr. Krioson's for firing her 15-inch
fin with its intuzle wholly within the turret. Thin
is to prevent the ri-k of admitting hostile mis.-iles
through a porthole so lirge as would be required to
let the muzzle through to the outside. At a previ
cas trial, the smoke and fire from tbe discharge a
all hud takes thirty-five pourds of powder .' filled
the turret too full f r endurance; bat Mr. Krioson
Contrived an apparatus for preventing this, and the
wrcui.d trial, wis entirely successful.
A llistnio r.u-.K o.v the Uiblk The Bengali
pipers seem to be becominyr; niost liberal iu their
v.e. TUo S.ijjiiui ll'ijii'in, advocating the iutro
Jirti.,n of the il.ble into Government schools, de
scibes it, tn remarkable language as coming from a
ln:ht u. as the best r.n J the most excellent of all
F2:;..h books and there is not its like iu the Knglish
Iang-iae. As every j int in the sugar cane from the
rnot t the toi is full f sweet nt.-s, so every page of
tii- Bihh is fraught with the uiost precious instruc
tioiis. A porti. n of that loik would yield to you
tr- re of sound morality than a thousand other tre:w-ti-e
on the s ime subject. In short, if any person
Ja lis the Knli.-h language with a view to gain
wi-Jum. there is not another b .ok which is more
jrthy of being read than the Bible."
A IBKCLih.T roe. 1'm;lam. It will be ren-.em-lit.-ed
that djring the Crimean war, the Biitish
'luvernroeut complained because Busian vessels were
lail liiig iu Americin orts, among which was the
lluiiral, which, however, was n t completed and
delivered tili alter the war was ended. The U. S.
Government, through i;s ollici al representative, re
p'ied, that Americans being neutrals, had a right to
"ell to the belligerent powers articles contraband of
ir, or to take uiun.tions of war upou board their
private ships fur tr in-prt:itioti, but admitted that
had no right " tiifd out within tUe limit of the
I State a r's7 lit co.-iiiiiit hostilities against
"y Stjte irith u-M .'i tlu United StaUs are at vuce,
f-r t increase the furre of any furtign wmfl vessel
i'itt:i.Ud for uck hostilities uguiutt - a friendly
An American paper, in recalling this action on
tiie p:irt the government, says it is important, inas
uj'i as Karl Brsst.LL recently cited the conduct of
'he American government daring the Crimean war
s a precedent for Euglaud now.
Item from Southrrn I'nper.
Tbe UichnionJ Pisp.ttrk sneers at reconstruction,
insinuates that a Democratic Congress might try to
ciike peace by legalizing slavery everywhere, but
js that the rebels will return OB no conditions
cept those of compulsion by pure force. This
The Vicksburg IVhiz says an extensive Aboli
'"S.yiety" has been di-covered iu Texas; intended
fi re-i-t the draft, and coCin-rate with the Union
So doubt of it.
Another lebel p.aper sayp the number of desertions
'rf tlir army is startiine, and is from the bft
'i-'fas cf si-liier9. The leaders are trying to stop it
7 Wtii.g all they can catch.
feirful stories are told cf the incre.ase of crime
anl vi,j!ence ja RIclimond. One of the newspaper
c rre-pon dents there says : " A large and well
2,rgiriie.l blind of cut-throais has taken the town."
ft'J tie iu wait at every corner, well-provided with
'ng-hot, billies, bmss-knuokles, and all the other
'ifiii-h implements cf mischief which the city
ll"1,'J'" to disable his victims, and they
a '-ack evirybo.ly that walks ah.ng. oftentimes geutle
vihen attended with ladies." Even if much
esZJ-rated, this id a pretty unpleasant situation.
rly'li eil?rJ. ,"JS the Richmond Kxaminrr, that
be Asiil.-.l bj the naval and lauj forces! if
a'a joVeruriir.f. rii Ins r.f th
- ; - r .iuiiiiu, win
iul strength cf tbe Svtitb, vet it
suffering an.J humiliation which no
-':r;uce vr. nil ,c too re:it to prtvmt. The nccup.i
"n .Morale Ly the Feierals wouI.J enable them to
I tutri?e hurt. Irt-li rf n,;',i ;.,
' i -itni. an 1 inflict immense d im ige uccn prii
I u lie interest. Charleston i an e.-pcci it oh
r-'cr.t in-iliuitv. An.l vonl.I nr..lKl. ..."
tu'.V-J , CUP of t f be so unfor-
t,. 1 10 fil1 " t Vankee Laudi. The same
U cft!rr-'r' - utLcrn city will permit itat-If to
pl?r ' IUt U'futc bUr""icris to the
t,. .1.;. f. . .
I'uring the past week, sav9 an Knglifh aper, Go
wrecks hav; U-t-n rep.-rtel n.ak.g the tvtal Ir the
year up to tLe prisc-nt time, l.o-jtJ.
The nnrri'ie of II. II J I. the I'tit.ce of Wales to
the Princess A lex.'iii It ia, has been postponed to the
l."th of Janu iry, Icti-'i
It is iid that li.iii.hiy lias already been etirichel
to t!i' extent of tie i: ly l,n,h':) by the alv ince in
lh Iiiii:. of cotton, oi.e Parsee alone h:iviii cleared
iS)')t) by his sjieculations in that article.
Tiitt Koglh-h Admiralty is engaged in the construc
tion if a vis-el which is expected, with a E:Mi of the
ll'at i rtor'i t DL4", to carry the tail thickness or the
Warrior's armor, and to solve the problem of au
e.i--ctive iron-ca-el ship, which sh til be l.titiicT
iiiii:.o'lcrately large, nor in.:noJer itely expeusive.
The Patrie annO'inT that the Emperor of I rai.ee
had rtTjeived Mr. S.idell, the SutLtra Envoy, at
Com pi ego.
The fi'-w provisional j'rcrn",,','t ':i Greece is
favorwhle to a monarchy, but a powerful republican
party I-hes to estab.i-ii a federil state by uti'.fiiig
with certain adj ic-ent loiki-ri piovinces. lhellus-
siuii juurnls, it id t ii 1, favor the l.i'.tcr echeuic. ,
The tt-Tegraj hie c innniiiic I'ion now in course of !
con.-t ruciiju by Mr. Uciiu-r, through liussia. Siberia
and Mongolia, to connect I'ekiu with St. Peter-burg !
and In Jon, ii exj ecu-1 to be completed in July, lsj;j. i
Not the le i-t impi.r'aiit event of l ite, has been the
presentation of a petition to the Pope by nine thou- '
ind Italian priests, in which they entreat of him, iu !
the name of religioo, to ahindoii the tetnioral power.
The importance of this maoiiV -tation, and its real
value, will be seen when it is remembered that each
cf liie-e nine thousaud pi'u.-ts have had to brave
puipeusion z divinie, that is to say, destitution and
Lunger, and that, no doubt, a much greater number j
have the same conviction, but not the sime courage.
This will iu time tell upou the position of the Pap icy
itself iu Italy. Tbe attainment of Koine as the
capital of Italy will evidently have to be achieved by
Tne Emperor Louis Napoleou has su.cetded during
the lat 13 years in increasing his navy from 18
large and 40 small ships of war. and 14 screw
frigates, 72 in all, to over 600 men-of-war, more than
half of them steamers, and carrying about 15,000
guns. But the rigid conscription necessary to man
this va-t fleet has dmgeiousiy exhaused the seafaring
populition of France, and the French merchant
marine lias been decreased at such a r.ite as to prove
that en the whule this forced naval prosperity will
have been a serious damage. I luring three years
alone, in 18"8-b0, the number of French merchant
ships decreased by 1,01'J, in nil of 15b,bl3 tons.
The Lakok Organ of St. Gkokgk's Hall, Liver.
i,mi The Ilcv. lr. Joel Parker, in his letters from
Europe, thus writes of his visit to St. George's Hall
to hear the famous oran one of the largest iu the
world. Such is its size and power that a steam
engine is required to work tbe bellows. It has one
hundred stops, besides coupling stops, an J more than
five thousand pipes. Mr. Jardine, our famous organ
builJer, informs mc that it coml'nes all the wind
instruments ever invented iu ail their varieties. It
is ou public exhibition one evening iu the week, and
we were there to hear one of the best players iu the
world perform on it. St. George's Hall surpasses
any public hall we have ever seen. It is an oblong
parallelogram, of fine proportions adorned with
twenty magnificent Corinthian columns of polished
Scotch granite, and floored with elegant encaustic
Tub English Post Office. Some German travel
ler, in a b..ok just published at Berlin, under the
title of Schultze and Muilcr in Loudon," thus
takes otf the vast amount and regular svstetn of the
business done in the London Post Office : At a quar
ter to six we went to the great Post Oilice. The
squetzo was tremendous round the newspaper box,
where the newspapers were thrust in in biles; and it
is, indeed, on a grand tcale, since the Time alone
has 1G.O0,)0 subscribers. I wanted Schultze not
to go so near the crush, but he di 1 not hear me. As
he was standing there, there came a great shock of
newspaper boys running with bales of newspapers,
and throwing them in at the window. A bale of
newspapers hit Schultze on the head; he loses his
balance and tips heal-forward into the bureau; half-a-duzen
officials immediately seize him, stamp him in
the stomach, and the unhappy Schultze is dispatched
in an unpaid newspacket to the provinces. At this
moment the box i closed with a simp.' I rn-h against
it and cry, 4 Schultze ! Schultze!" But it was too
late; your unhappy scn-iii-l aw was already packed
in the po.t-c art. I ran into the bureau of the post
master, and demanded back your son in law. 4 Is
your friend addressed ? he asks. No, I answered.
4 Very well, said the Englishman; Mr. Schultze will
remain for six months iu the bureau, and, if' no one
appiies for him, he wiil be burned as a dead letter."
o . . F". A- . . I. l.i: I'iiiii.kis ik L'O. kamkLo
No. 124. uri.l-r tt.e jari-li.:t:'.u of the S"tij.r ine (',
r ril of t!;f ilriiml Ontrul lxU'-? of France, work in;
Ir". JL. A. I. l.i: I'iiiii.kis ok L'OokamkI.oi.i.e
tlie miciriil sc.l"h Kile, it-r-ol.ir m'i liu ou the W'eJ-
ii. - ly tier.:M the full itkx.ii of rue), month. :it tin I.o,lge
11 m. in, in Kiti; sip.'et. Visitinj; lrx.threii re"ect Tally invked
r.liJ:ii J. II. 1:UJVN, S.-Tetarr.
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lU.t. j Lick an.! Yii;..-.v l'.tii.i, r:-nt I'rier,
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31 9-1 in
'I In- Mrtliiilivu u-al i.n.
The French Mini.-ter fr Foreign Affairs, by order
of the Emperor, addressed a dispatch to his Majesty's
, .n.uisfci Jors at LAn l(ti aad t. IVttrsourg J his
I d'-pairh Is dated '-n. S), and was read it the '.'ore gii
l OCioe, Ulore Earl Eussil, on foe 1 1 i 1 N-.v. 'In is
imp-Tt.mt paper poiUs out that from the very
Ccinuencemet of the war an equality o."" strength lias
beeu nia'ntaineJ, and altuouga 3 mujii blo.d has
bten sLe-1, theie is uoi at the present momeiit any
thing to justify a ci nsiderath n tlmt iLci.-n e military
of.-ratioliS are at hand. The Emperor has, thertdi.ie,
cume to the c nchisiti that the present is a favorable
opportunity fir otlci iog to the beiiigereois the coLi
b.i.id gotd oiLcts of the liiari'.iinc towers. Il is pr-po.-ed
that the three Cabinets ahouli endeavur both
at asiiingu ii and iu the Confederate Scales to briti
about a suspension d arms for six months, during
which nil d.rect. and indirect acts of war oha.d cea-e
prov i-i. ti ally by tea uud land, and, if necessary, ti e
period might be prolonged. The Mini.-ter remarks
ttiat, Finally, even should tlu-ee overt ires pr iu.:e
no immediate, lesult, they will not be altogether use
less, for they will encourage the tendency towards
conciliatory ideas, and thus contribute to h i-ten the
time at wii:cb a return to 4-ace o.ay be ps.-.b!i:."
Eail Ku-sel d ilea hia dispatch iu i-ply to Earl
Cwley Ilcr M.ijeety's AuibaseaJor at 1'aris, en the
H iving received the conteuts c f I'rouyu de L'huys
jio:e,Hirl Kasscl expresses thed-.'sire of IKr M jesty's
Governsiient to act iu concurrence with 1' ranee upon
the great question now agitating the World, an 1 tip. ti
none more than the contingencies coonei ted w: h the
greit B:iuggle now giing ou in Norsh An.erica.
JN'e ther Ilei Majesty the Queen nor the llriiish nation
will ever forget the noble and emphatic maimer hi
which the Kmpsror of the French vindicited the law
cf n itions, and assisted the cause cf peace iu the in
stance ol the seiiure of the Confederate Cvuunissieti
trs on board the Trent. Having reftired to the be
nevolent view sand humane intentions of the Emperor,
and to the desirability of the Concurrence of U jssia,
if the proposed steps were to be taken. Lis Lordship
" After weieJiiiii; all the inf..rniaULin which ha:, heeri nceiv. 1
from Aim-rid, Her M iirij's linn i nin. nt are l- o to the eoneiu
sn.ri that there is ii.ijih, I ur.un. at the jre..-i,t ii...ine! t tn h.. e
that the FeJ.jral Government will aooej.l the .r.i. ial r.ii;.".;estei,
ainl a r.fusal tr. ni Wanhiiiloii at .riseiit wuul.l .r. vent any
f.eelv renewal .r the oiler. Her .Mj-. stj s 1 1 .Veriitnent are
tin iifere of opiriiim that it w.hiM l.e t. t:er to watch caivfuily
the .r.."r- ;s of ontnion in Anieriea. ami if, in there appears
reason tn h pe it may ie fouti l to have umkrirone, or nmy u:t
d -riro heieal'.er any change, the three Courts mi:.'lit th.-ti avail
themselves of uch change to nflV-r their fnen.h'y i outi.-el with it
preater pn.-ieet than now exits if its Ileitis aic'pteil hy the
two ci.liteu'iniir parties." 'The Uispatch cuiieluile.4 ly statin":
44 Her MajeMy'n (?. ivertiiuetit will eommunieate to that of trance
any intelligence they uiay receive iroua Waslunetou or Kich
liioinl hearing on this important suljcct."
The reply from Russia was published in the Jour
nal de St. J'etersburs; of Nov. 15. Trine? Gortscha
kotf, after recalling the constant efforts oi Hossia in
favor of conciliation iu America, says :
44 It is r-.nNite ahove all to avoiil the uppeii:-:uice of any
pressure whatever raptihle f ehilliiij; public npiihnrt in Atner
ira. or of evi itin the suscept ihiliry of the nation. We Inhere
thai a comOhie.l measure of the wers, however coneiliatory. if
preseiiteil iii aii utlicial, or olUei.ju.-i eharai'U-r. woiil.1 risk auir
i:iu' at a result upp l to paci ileal ion. 11, however, Fiance
slmitiil Tsi6t In lier intention, an.l Fnlati 1 fie oM aeiniisce,
instiui'iioiis shall he ilispateheil to llaroii f-toeekel, at Washing
ton, to leml to both his culieauus, if not olliciul aid, at least
Commenting on the above, the Jour rial of St.
Petersburg, the official orgau of the Russian Govern
ment says :
44 Russia entertains a lively sympathy for the
United States of America, based on mutual friend
ship and common interests. Their prosperity the
deems necessary for general equilibrium. The main
tenance of the Union is the condition of that power
and happiness which she desires for the American
nation. Ve are in a position to affirm that the friend
ly and conciliatory views of the Imperial Cabinet
have not undergone the slightest change. On the
contrary, the events which have taken placi, the sad
experience of war, of its calamities, its burdens, its
exhausting results, have tended rather to confirm
than to weaken their force. We believe that the
Foreign Powers have no right to interfere in America.
We also lalieve that no other interveir.ion would be
possible thau one similar to the advice which Russia
lias Constantly tendeted in a friendly spirit siuue the
commencement of the struggle."
Mediation. The London Times does not like me.
didtiou. In mentioning that France had asked Eng
land and Russia to join her iu asking u six mouths
armistice, the London Times puts the cast; in this
forcible light :
44 Such an armistice would undoubtedly be very
convenient to the South, very convenieLt to Holland
uud vtry Convenient to France. The South, relieved
from the blockade of their coast, would be ulle to
exchange their now valu-.-less millions of cotton bales
for sugar, salt, tea, cotlee, calico, brcadcloth, and
every other article uot Contraband of war, under the
want of which the' now so desperately sutler. Eng
land would be able to set her mills to work. Fraiice
would recover her lost customers for her s.ik, and
wines, and her Paris articles, and would also obtain
the cotton which she now buys through us at fabu
lous prices, lloth the mediators woul 1 find their
account in such a mediation. Rut what would the
North get by it ? To her it would be a request to
allow us to tie up her right arm. We are to ask her
to allow her enemies to re-provision themselves and
to restore their credit by the export of tlieir cotton;
and we ate to a.-k her to cut herself otf fr.nn her most
promising field of operations for a whole yeat. The
season for the employ mint id the Northern gunboats
is about to recommence; the Spring will bring the
possibility of a second invasion of the Sou'.h. Vet we
are to ask the North to forego their best opportunities,
and to remain inactive till tbe heats of Su.nmer again
drive their arinie? northward and rentier the banks
of the rivers inaccessible to their gunboats."
" AMERICA BEFORE EUROPE."
4 few oi; of the tiii it i i:i)iTUi. f
2 m. this i.oiml.ir IxM.k of
Ins 'inu!.ir IxMik or
Jast reccivt-il and for rale.
II. M. MIUTXKY.
FOR BALE !
T1IK l'KEMISKS KNOWN AS
f.rmerly occuileil Ly CoioinaiuKr KeviuiM-, I. S. N"., at.- I now
hy the iiixh-rsin.1.
They cniiiiriv? al"ut 2'5 arres of f tic.-d land, iihiisi-ntly gitn
ao .1 - mile- frmn Nawi!iili harln r. An unfailitii; str am nf
excellent waO-r cros-rg the estate on tin- l-iw-r sil Th; svil
L'-neraliy is of fair quality, an.l j-ortioiis uf the vall-y l.m 1 re
Halt-- f. rtii'-. Th'-re ar-.' a f. tarn iatch-s, in if.xij onl-.-r, on
tie? estate, an.l facilities f..r increasing their iiuiniier.
Tliere are f.rca.lfruit trees, c.a ruts. niaii;ti, anil more
than a hunilreil (.each trees, hearing fruit. Also, yi.umr jm ;u hes.
a few y..uiii; ilates, olives, walnuts, altnon.iis and taniarin.ls.
Also, ltraziiian L. 111:111:1s, pine ales, lthjh Kc, SC.
In all there are 10 I-uiltliii'S 011 tiie remises, viz. : a Jw -lling
house, with vi-ran.lu, ruitive style, in tro.! or-Hr, a;fl coiu
maii lit. j a tine irusj.ect of the Ilulcia river an.l valley, two
pii'-st hue?, a w.i.vlen cHk h.'use, two store him. , a work
shop, carriage house, scrvarits' house, anil a sulistantial unJ
couvenient wiMslen nffice. ix vt Tal fii.e kukui treej gurroutKl
the il- !li: c at.il eii'-st house.
The title iu the a'.ove is fee simple.
In a liiition. the interest nf the ni.h rsi.-nHl as one of the
ex-es in neiKtHioriiip erazin an.l wd.hI lamts will ! transferr
e.l to thtf j'Urehaser, if il--sir ,1.
For terms, apply to Jiiile Andrews, Honolulu, r to
M. Juii) ilu, Kauai. Jan. 1C, ISO-t. J St.
T IS ice (j rowers!
riIIK IIONOld 1.1 RICK f 11,1. AVIf.n
I Hall an.l I'- iish l'a.hly fur onr and onr-hu.'t crut far
'un.! ; or pay one ain! one-half cent jier jmunil, 11 the higuest
ni.irlvt pi ie- f..r fir-t ipiahty Pa l ly, .U 'iivtre.l at the i fl.ee. I.y
tl:- un.ler.-iiinetl, an.l mil furiiisU containers for l'aj!y to be
Apply at Mill at f..t of I'unch Il .wl Street, cr to
S. 1'uKTKK Idllli. A- tit II .11..I11I11 Wr- Mill.
3in :licf adj .iriinrf V. S. Cons.ul.ltt.
TlT .I1ECEIVED !
a m nm si.f: a kkw c iioic k pink
3L articl- s. .r.-istiajr of
.'t ufJaci.net Collars au.l Sleeves, latest styles,
Caniric 4 -
K L 1 5 17 OIDEl K 1) T: I Ti rIS,
t'.ia tiuhroiderej very line white
XI :i n 1 lc rcliio fs5
K.vtra f;ne plain
I'nibr'd Jacefon and Cambric Hands
A. S. CLEC HORN'S
Fire rp.f ctore nn th? Wharf, corner of KaHnnmanu ! n.l
Qan streets. AU, Hctail Ksthiishiiieiit Nuuai.u ;rict,
alnjve Kinjr SlS-4i
LGHERS & GO.
EXPECT TO ARRIVE!
CAPT. MAM M EX,
And per iaaivniiaii ISark
M. W. Wood I
TUB FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
1W & IS1MBLE SODDS!
lii. lsnicy Prints
Plain Turkey red,
White, Idack and blue cotton tlierad,
and do. linen thread,
Blue twilled flannel, Woolen caehmeres.
Denim frocks and trowsers,
White, pink and faucy undershirts.
Blue pilot jackets.
Black Orleans coat?,
bilk and Satin JShuwlsJ,
Black Sewing Silk,
White, blue and red bunting,
Hunting powder, lb- tin, Swedish Iron,
Bjiied Linseed Oil, Manila cordage, & 1 in.
Holland (ilue, Hops,
Triple Vinegar in demijohns,
Wine 44 cases,
Sardines in and i tins,
Westphalia I lams, Boulogna Sausages,
Powdered and crushed Sugar.
French Claret, French Cognac,
Aii Assortment of
CUNSIS'UXO IN PAKT OF
Chesw of Iirawers,
Ladi s' armchairs,
Cain-seat chairs an J stools.
liasKcl Ware k Willow Furnilurc !
IX A VARIKD A.asoKTMKXT.
FERE BRICKS AND RED BRICKS !
Via Smii Francico :
; Blue striped Drills,
White and colored Blankets,
Tlirkev-red and yellow Handkerchiefs, &c.
Have on Hand, and for Sale reason
ably, a complete assortment of
Bar Iron, Hoop Iron, Sheet Iron,
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Best Charcoal Tinplates,
Roman and -Portland Cement, best quality.
Bass & Co.'s Tale Ie,
J. C. Marzetti Son's Pale Ale,
II. Deetjen's Pale Ale,
Superior Hock Wine,
Sherry, in quarts and pints,
Port Wine, do. do.,
Holland Gin, key brand, in square bottles
In New and Fashionable Style.
fiV CTIO FVWi ttS
ItV II. W. SKY V. II wen.
AT A I XT1 !
On Tliurday February, 5,
At 10 . : ! '!v. A. !., 11 use!: 1,1 Furniture. Jtc.at the o.llac
resi-i-.-nce in the rear nf the Theater, r.. Al.ikea Sin"" t, will be
so'nl, the l'urriit:;r.. t f the 1( 'U.-. iMns::I.iir in j art of
Ku R ,!tea Is. Center TV-h-, S fa. Tatle, ( hair-,
l'inii.sr Tahlv, S iU Mai lane. Mel Sale, B.,;h Tub,
Kitch-'ti Kurtitiure c..pii O.triUn 11... so ati.l T..ls,
SAK FRANCISCO !
The Favorite A 1 Clij p-r Park
A. ii. TAYI.OK, Mu.lrr.
Will he tiijiaiclicl for the above prt
SATURDAY, February 7, 1863.
For freight ir pas-a-'- , having sujcrior aceomm ojution
UIl.COX, IlKMIAKnS r CO.; Aceut of
Kcj;ular l)i.-).al.-h Line of I'ackct.
TIBfi: ST 1. A. 111. K
VTIll h ave Honolulu
Tli-is IDay !
rriinisdav, Feb. 5. 1803,
At linir-pimt 4 o'clock, for
I, A II A IN A,
KUALAKRK IT A,
IT The KIT.A VKA " will leave, on her succeeding trip
for the ubuve ports, ou
Mill leave HONOLULU for
K O T. O j. V ,
THIS DAY, Thursday, February 5th
On Monday, - - - Feb. 9,
At llalf-l'nst 1 O'Clock,
Aud thenceforward she will leave for KULOA every Thursday,
and for NAAVILIWH.l every Monday.
JANION, GREEN if Co.,
Honolulu, lieceniher, !-.f2. ( X) Agents II. S. N. Co
PORT STREET !
liftwern Kin nml Hotel Slreel.
Ii oticned with an entire NEW STOCK.
cc uzr jyo IO. o
JOILV TII03US WATERHOl'SE.
4ii VIIItVM I'KK.FIIIK IIKICKS,
UJ r F just landed.
At JOHN IIIOMAS WATFIUIOISE'S,
FOR SALE !
A LLSOI'S SONS' A LK pinti anil qunrlM,
JrSL by the Cue.
Marzetli's Ah; and I'orter, iu pints and quarts, ly the case.
At JOIIX TII031AS WATERnOUSE's,
VX IWoiC'E OF MARZETTI'S ALEand
An invoice of Jcffrej-a k Sons' Edinhurp Ale in and pis
The almve in pu a run teed to he as cood an article as can be
irnjiorteU to these Inlands.
At JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE'S
A very l:irsr assortment of new ir'xls selected by himself In
F.ncland ami S:otLuui, pruvious to th a-lvance of ricea in tbe
3NT - S .
Country Orders solicited
have prompt attention.
i 6 P T': Ti
HALF TINS SARDINES,
jr. tins :Nirilins,
Frofch I'ruiK-s, in frlxss,
Fresh Prunes in tina.
Fresh Clear I-ike C'hee-,
Fresli Uvst r, in 1-lb. tins,
Fresh OvPters, in 2-lb. tin.",
Fresh Pieklep, in 1-2 ghisa bottles,
eases and tins,
liutter Craek rr,
Jenny Linl Cakes,
Fresh Oregon Smoke" 1 TS.teon,
Fcr sule hy
JXEoiicirtv Feb. 1G.
T II K
tercraKg rim tlT
iiv J. ii. i.i:
C.EN 12 1 ? Al SA I . I
FIMD VV. Frt. ..I IO o'.lorli, 1. M.
At Sl. s K.I..IU. ill U- .. 1, a variety of
; irs- i'ii.vi. 3i i:nt'ii.v. iii-i:x
Dry thkolr", llirilwan.
llilf nd I'aj.-. l'r-kiTyir,
lioots :tud !h"S, lil.snre,
Furniture. UOUliS, i.J
snor miasms roi: sale!
FKI1AV, Frb.tiih.nt i2 oVUrk pro-llr
The u..l. r-in.- l will ell t h s .ales R .iti, at ul!ic ;itn tim,
THK I.K SF.
Of the lr toiM' in Nun inn street reeently vtt.iril n a Ret. id
Store ty Mr A. S. f I.KUlU'UN , un.l tiittsl up with every eoii
eiaetiee. It lix two yearn to run no er.mu.t nut.
Ir.iiutsli.iti ly after whieb, ill W iold, L&ASK OK 1'RKMIS!
ou Souih side if Hotel tr. i I, l.. te. n Mr. Sir itnl'it ho :uul
lr. Willi's Jin llini;-h. ue. iir.l now in the u):itioii of
liu'av K:ihe - years and li uiunths t. run.
J. 11. t'OI.K, Auctioneer.
IIOLSE AMI MB FOR SUE !
TIIK :l-KOI Kl COTTARE AM.
l'remiseH nt n'?rnt vuinvl l the uudeniiO"
It i ail
ts now offered fr side ut very nr liric.
within five minutes w.ilk from the I'.u-t oiliee, r.n l ii very Ooii
venienl f r any ih.T3.mi iu hu-uies in lh.iiululu. Title, I n'
Siuii.le. Kor fuitber Iai lieuhirs, a.ly to
At the I'tliee of this paper.
JVST UECKIVI'.I) II V
CASTLE & COOKE!
Per Barks "COMET !"
And 4 Yankee,'
trimmed aud uutriuiuied.
Arc., Ac, Ac.,
And Received per late Arrivals :
KAMV AM) JACOXKT .Ml SI.1NS,
l)e:iines, Ch'.lllei, It.iregi'ii, pl.iiu ami dotted Muiliilrt,
Travt-liiif; Sh:ii, Stella do., (hirilial.li ShirU,
Wrought Ciinihric and .Miihlm t'olhirn,
Imitation Iionitoii, Lace and l.inen Collars,
ColleretU-H, Head Net, Maulillas,
Itlarlc Ijicc and tiren'Mliiie Veils, t'afnhrie S In,
t'roehet Kdintrs, Valenrienes Kdir, I ruler Sloven,
Ladies1 fine embroidered, In in stitched, tucked aud plain
tlents' nml Hoy medium aud fine n.indken-luefs,
l.aee Mitts, Kid Hloven, lni. k, kid and Lisle (iaiintli tn,
1'iiiiity Hands, Ma.'ic. KiilHioi,', (.'olleretle Trimuiiiir,
Kine t'amliric K.linps, Cashmere Triniininp,
Crochet Cotton. A FINK ASSOKrMKNT OF
American Light and Dark Prints,
OVF.K TWO JIL'NDUKD iTYLKS.
Fly E MEDIUM AM) rOAISE WHITE, RED AM
BLEACHED COTTOyS, PLAIDS, DAMASK,
OIXG HA MS, ifC, tfC, be, tfC.
A I. SO, O.V II A.M AMI KXI'JXTKD,
A large assortment of
Hard Ware, Tin Ware, Crockery,
Groceries, Paints, Oils and Glass,
&c, Ac, Ate.
Agents for Crystal Kerosene Oil,
A Sl'I'Kl'lOrt ARTICLK.
Aenls for Wheeler & Wilson's
rtun mi ii. uiiiic ciiiuiU'-v
yi iz i r : i j : i-i . v73i'
SUGAR AND MOLAi SES
1j i Si ii c 1 1 :e n i t i o ii ;
IIOR SALK 1ULATITIEST(
M. purchasers, hy
ALDKICII, WALKKltHt '.
M, . ,
e m u M M n m m m n
OUUArt Alti U IVIULMOOLld
M e t e si I f I I si 11 1 si I. ion!
?() It SAI.K IS (ir.A.MITIKS TO MIT
ALDKICII, WAI.KKR k Co.
!. J31l.-i. Ooiiient,
Warranted the tst in the market.
For sale hy
313-3rn II. IIACKFKLD i Co.
XKW S V G A II
made of hard wwhI.
MILL, CO M I t FT K,
For sale by
To II ice Growers!
Ill K I'MlKKSHiN'KI) WILL 1AV CASH
(from this date) th- hiif.'n st market rate for j?oo. I'iuMv,
deliTered at Tiisj Auction sales Ivxwi, liuwn Mreet, and will re
turn the containers.
XT Nuvpb or foreifrners on tle other island j hy hhiiplns
Paddy to our cutisii.mei.t, may receive account sles with east!
or order fr tiie amount nf their bhipment at the highest market
ratHi. H. W. cEVKRANCK,
January lo lS'i'J. 34S-Ctn Auctioneer.
Constantly on Hand.
RKCEIA KD FUOM MAC! AXD KAUAI,
m the JTciiiisea of the uiidersi'iK d, arid for sale hy
H4-&n vox JIuLT II KICK.
npiIF. IMIKRSICVKI) WILL I'AV CASH
M f.ir Cotton or Linen RAGS, ileliven-il at his otBee, ir will
reiv(i them iu j.ayuiei.t tor the klooa newspaper, ai Uid
foliowiug rates :
Whitb Rags t eta. jier Jh- $l.l0 for 25 ftjs.
CoLfiHED Racs 3 eta. per !fc. $1.K) for St.
All rtijrs tillered should le cleau and free from dirt.
Cotton will alo be purchasMsI'ftt the following rates :
d..fined cr.tton (free fmm eilj) 20 ets. t pound.
1'i.e leaned cotton (that with seeds) H cU. -r s.und.
Either rau'4 or cotton will he received from natives or others
in payment lor the A uoAon newspaiu r.