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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. XM
XT arrival of C.ree Ra-a war wtimm ha r:T uirt
abrtsk arpearaoce to oar pot. as thfy hav tj tiiiTy tc
la takic cff pt ,Jt cc "J taiea oa;e
, 330 tru- Or I!ed oa Thursday aad tb t rfeaiciti-
rrt'3 aid ear'y A t&crair g fcr the A cocr P.;ver.
" ah:p ZmtraLX .'. which arrired oa Sitidiy. det-.ei
f Baier Isd, to -ad gaaao f-r L.verpocL
Th mistier, ct the Regular Lire, caate la "
T-imy. 1" aataa?, fjCowed oo Thursday ty the J J
XUriis li days, fcota Eaa fraaclaco, aad w-.th " -"rJ
D-.ria the rmr.i cccth. we taay V- f.e the -": Tl-
from the waao feet. Last yeu tie i'' V"
th fine TCMrf, arr.Td froia tie Ochoot ?e?t. 1 Ia 1 :- l-
Reindeer i.-rirei Srt 20 frc the Arr.e. -h ?- d earra.
Os accoaal ct the preer.t teraasd c"' Aericaa ;x--ct.
cocerahie auatber of the ves?: ia the whaUr. ert, w!
fj;t Su Frxaciaco first. t- caMasJcate w.A cer. re
ceive laatrartc before sair W the Ialaad. Eit we ahal.
tare, prvfcaUy. a U-T- -! eaa.
The oc'y advice w- -AT tvJ rw7-.:tc the rr.r-re- cf
whar tLi Msoo i if ncrih, wu the r?f-.-rt t r:-t.: ty ihe
Do""-'' e'i 'a.'e-l Peai.J;rki :n tt- KJch:
-rx'T wtr en ty her, er hri frxn, tel the r i
lfSprtly te wah wh. Thj m io My or Ja.ie-
The fouow; Testis are ca the wy cat ir.a B.-, w .lh
ersnr t II i'a t
Hw. r:z WWkv. ?.-hit-:ier. Si CX) c. w -.h 0.75
Hi, tirk rrru-i. Kl-tke, iwi lou, icf: Ervoea Mar
wlih cxrzo t Ii I1VJ & Co.
IIw. tr: I- H-t. :cr., It Er. Jiae 13.
Hw. br T. C. Taitol. r". 2:-0 let, to ie E.-e-trs
io Ja y, cccs.fed tw ii- llic&Vkt w Co.
Th chr raura is a the btr-.h I r.i. aaJ .!
d ar'c f the cots week.
The 5-wy-r ir! ri'f are t f Fri--:.v.
trcfh to leiT isr-ry rt wc-sk.
&jd ia New Trek t Ixil dfcu? raJ a
SrA Th- 5xa rxr-.r rt C-rr'fi the f cT
hw.zg rrjrt tf a 4-e tf IlAa:'-&a lu.nr, wi u lce
IIw3kn ct b! ia ul i:Vrvf riii f :t? tr.rr fir
rel the fcc: wm w:thlr-3. ffarir Sf5t l- ker
tadoue-j i-cle c i to Ic a t-a c rr-poi.f fr: t
la prr tij t . : ;T-t-i t'r-ier Ji'.vJ.
eh; W :ha Ji.vJ. jf rrtir i:. C ii i .-.v. oritur
Ii" SJ W Ki'.-ii'i Fii&tit! 'c. 1. I' i--
1 da- $11 ii. yi . 2. $ T5; lSii . (? 50 1 TI .'.x fi T.
Tl 4x I J 50 l &ii lii i-. 5 T;i2''; lij lx Ko-
tfrrM f 15 5-. W io fisT.-.iiCi- w5;WljLs.irI;i
C. . 1. fll Ii;; 4 " i 1-T lx
lgii;T4 x sc fT21'J6ir. w :e t:e
kvwiaf t taction: Z" ttu Ur i-ixn'.rl C ' -J.
J1J i: II Ks:n-a'J . $1 5-; 1T5 4 1 i-ifj cf i5
ech. S-. 1. Ct . U T5 1C !r- I; . the
U ixprjcf MtuU Ra t-lh- KtiirrT c ee a-
hT tie 5 Jty Laerr-.v. The EVtri fv iih J J J
s'.I aad Ueror i f ..stLica.
2ItftAics The e 7yr reycra Che ixr' n f-r c:u
Of M ST4 tfi Ilawariia. ex 5rr.Vte. Jl at S;
80 d & at asrt3. a-jc rvj; ai. C-J ti. cf tie uz:?
tf.iraTed t- aitrr tocsticiv, ax ?5c rwl. ; at pri
vate aalr. 60O tra iii't t. at aoat -t-- -r. 26r
S te pckJLr- are r-wrrtd. Te hilit cf th: Iiwa-laa
fraSxt it cel ty cu d-j-Jra. 5erera: LhciaLU 1 17-
are aow arirT eo&iract.
Bff t the acxrc.-y of jrala f.r C:tlrT jcrx?a. the
Bl!rti a j :
Heret.- ocr d:C2er hare mai larr- dnfis crco cor
crcpa of Wheat arvl Bariry d:;:aiii- N" fcTe a
rl wt.tate. ai that a asdaace. Pr .V.y i.4 thaa
15,000 ti. o Uawajaa Mciasr w.U be injx-rtci h-eretli
year fcr the ex-pre jcrpoe of c.i:r.r d ;dei ?;:ni. Tt..
articVt ena: oc y Tc raX at the Ilaci: pcir-!y ii: Ul
da here ax th SiJi. A r. i we are t J 1 tr th- in the c!.
taat a giZ'.M cf prune MUis-M wiE c'aie a r-- -J ' I'-rr
f pfria. Hrre. th'.-a. 3 tee cf c-ur Urt hcc:e eocunir cf
rraia aspCei at oc-e.
XZfV BEDFORD Oil. MJRKETJul 12, l?v4.
- ri Ilaa ara."a alrnce-l. iM the estrar 1
bia-. o4 which 400 tb- sil at $2 20, ar.J tJ-e tar.c- at 05
f fxX. t which prjee Viiers were firs. The tarkrt
iJ fsrter isqery- S.oce the a.vT we tare to rt-n i
ct 11) bt fiLi "Head,- axj T di. dar at jr.cr &.
ta The k,-jc is Terr acl h-.iieri are c--cr.t-
Yf Cna ari kr-kia; f: hlxher pr.Of. The oc.'t- trr.r:, -ns in
thi &arkt are re sa cf t tree oae cf 1 f j tt : s-uih
frra at f 1 Zi. and the her U- s Scrthera a: il 40 V t l.
"aL-5r &ili ia New Yori 151 fr.iy cf Cjfi
Arctc ax $2Z2.
ljTtt 9f S?tTmwnJ JTk!t Oil rI JTx''bf into tie
Ulei itzltt, fir tie rtii Ju.'y 12.
tlrta VVaI. E-"oe.
rJ-J. tt-ts. s.
Tcr the week... 2J50 2.'5
PrtTiccaTj X0i 4-5.652 IS'.-jQ
Trcm Jaaoary 1 to iie.......
Came time Lux year..... ......
Ti Sa FaasctiCT per ftsyTr Mot.Iit or TaiaJxr.
Foe Laaa:sa aa.4 KoMat" KiUuea. Moaday.
Foe Lasaiia per Ntte Mm3 Mcaiay.
For H:u per Mar.lda. Toesday.
FreKitei r r Aa- Ia-. this dar.
PORT OP HOIJOI.TJI.TJ. H. I.
Ag. 2 5c hr Ketailatti. EapwahL ffr?c n:i--
EasaUn corr-tie R -ityre, AO.rii z?i I a-1 15
day frcea aa Frar -o.
2 Rja-ia Cvrxrt- Calarala. Cserkea. 15 Oijj r.ca
5a n Fraaciex
iS Euiaa oorrckte Ai-reck. P;eiize 15 days fr: cz a
2S a a eipper ship EaeraVl Ii. 15 d-j frro 5i3
2S Ere chr A'.tnL froea Piret S:-d, w.;i Uiiir ta
f JAaioa. Green H Ho.
' 3 Sehr T-Kxl-T-t. L-;bert. frcea Kona ar.d Kaa.
- As baris Wtiir. Aia. IT days fr.cn ?ia Fraa-
eiaco with ta-lse ta V Oxi. F-ca.-di 4 Co.
0 Schr Hel-n. CUrk. fri Mahaa.
teyx. 1 la brk A. A. LOirid.--. En-K. 14 !tT f-e ;u
rrwcwm, wti edit Io AVT-cl. k!.t- A: C.
1 V.r M-n Wahiae. Kahaaa. frci Kaa.
J c-.hr l Ktri. Wethert-e, (rvo Kt'iVr.'
2 chr Kaiarra. A das. fr-n Kaaai.
2 ftaa t-rhr Azn LAare, Jihas- frets KacaL
AlZ- 27 ?chr Kk'ar-a. Adass. f.r Kasai.
27 ?hr Ka Mci, Wbxir. I t KahcIL
2 Scar Ortoiaa. Harr. f:r L.aiaa.
2S Aaj bare Yoaay Ilecz-r, Fuller, fvc 5aa Francio.
2s is bark Catir!fe, Erjrts. fjr PorOn-i. Ct?c
29 Steaao schr Aasie Laor-e. J .ts. f t Kaaai, "
ro chr Netiie JZerrid. Fpaa'.aio. fcT L.
ii fesr na. Clark, Ma: o
St. 1 RaaUa --m: CaUvala. G i-ri-a. f:-r A Z2 r F-v : r.
1 5chr Moi WaV-. Kheaaa. f.r Kacii.
1 St tr J-sr-.tLoe. Laort. f K r aad Kaa.
1 chr KekaiUchi. Karaahi. f?r n:io.
XT Bark fTkUt'.er, Atea. rep-ru Lcfj F.-ar
Aaftrst 12th. at 3 P. M., was :asie cf the FaraVce u-ul tSe
15th. with Lht airs frca ?. W. aad ca-"ta. thec the i r.-t 5
iaya Sue treeres froca N. W. to N. E. lait tUe dys tht
tarllc wicdfrca the eaatwari aad cala:. 15 days f.-cta ths
raraiocea lifht to pert.
VT Bark A. A. EiiriSe, Eetatt. rpcr-.j F.m fir. itys
eat had atror? N. W. win-It, flace then haTe had hfht wia-if
aad eaOtoa, w-;aJ 5. and 5. W the nice: cf the tie, tUI wi.hia
tie last day had strocr X. Ih trade.
Fr-ca 5a Faatsro Per WhLtler, Acjr:t c? 224 ercptx
rrela. 1 e boc. eO.OOO ft laiaber. 2X'.0 shinries. 6 h.:fs
hirvls. ZKi oX) r3sa. 2S pt w.ndow. 1 earriire. 1 c.
ltm'w arvJ 57 p'r dry cri. 1 horse. ICO bbls Ice, 20 c
ecal oil. 1 ca paper, 1 cs jpes, 50 sks potatoes SO b-U rowcts.
va:& $1? 533 50-
Fnxa Sa Faa5-ricx per A. A. ruirle. 5er-1 13 bas
arpJe. 1 bale beinr. 5.00 ft laiN-r. 0'J.C'JO thircies. 2 cs
eiothicr. 52 toes erai. 9 t rs Arzzs, 12 pk. dry c-ii. Jfm
Laroe. lvM bt j hse. 10 ca coal cC, 5 aks ockca, 25 ska pnea
tses, iO bhi beef, 25 bUa M'ncc
Value J 10.113 27.
Fr-XB W;sj-m-ii3 p..rs p.T Kill -:-?". Acrat 27 M:s T.
Banter. Mim Aaei.a Arzj-jrxz. Mr L C Hant-r, Ir J Mc Bride
tT J H sci-. a.-l 2 cch-rs 6 calaa aad 50 dck pa-.rr.
Froa a FaascTsco per I'unii, Acast 2 s M I-arvon.
Fr-s a Fvascticc 5-er Whistler, Aaitsft 00 Geo J--r
aal 2 Ct-n.
Tor Wtrswua Porrs r-er Klaoea, aufi 31 Haacoet
roarso. Ahcaocf. wje and chOd. Acha a eabia aad aboct 40
Trco 5as FaaJCtSCO per A. A. Rlrvire. S-rjt. TMr S 3
la-id. SVifcert Seecssk. A B Clark. T Grar. G W wv j jj
Sck. H HecrV. O MeIoca. Jcha Gr.is. M Wc;jj' Joha
Coezar.rie a-i 4 fa the rte-rar.
Earns la Saa Fraac-?. Aarart 15. Rev. I C. Rarle. of
Xew Tort Cuy. aured 25 year. lie tad reorctij veiled Har
hia tor his ha-i'i-
Raxsrr. Ia Ercta-'a. Auct 20. cf a licrer'rr rhres,
Jaave Raajey, aed 52 year, a oauve cf Crai!, SoDClaad.
Fteuu-t .3 tie 221 Aarast. at t is resieace ia I-r.
Is-aad cf Maai. H. lm TVaa PtiZips, a catrre of Hvrf..-ri-t
Pecbror rhirr. sotth Wale, aeti 64 vears. a resdeat
ct these It.a-' ix Z6 year.
Pi-R3CXAl. Amocg the passenjers. learicg Saa
t Franrisoo Acgist ICth, fir Panama and New Vcrk,
we cbaerre the names cf IT. a. AsLer B. Bate. Miss
Laa l Btea. Eer. E. W. dirk and wife, and
Alalnl Pcr5, late f the TariSc Eofjlac Statlcn.
SATIUDAY. SEPTEMBER 3.
Tlio X"" ro ltin "-M"s.
The Fprs received by the arrivals of the post
week bring ocr foreign dates from San Francisco
daxra to August 17th, and from the seat of war,
bj telegraph, to the 16th. Nothing o.-uld be
more auspicious and indicative of nal success,
than the sure, though slow, advance cf the
Union arcs in regaining p-sosion cf the rrbtl
territory. It is a steady advance, without any
serious drawbacks. The destruction of the A-
la-v.a cfT Cherbourg, rsay be received only as an
cmen of what is awaiting the rebel cause. Like
Semmes and Lis crew, the leaders of the rebellion
will eventually have tol-e?aved from capture,
death and drowning by some kind lker-cn.
The success acLitTed by Admiral Farragut at
Mobile is equalled only by that won by him at
Xew Orleans. Forts Gaines and Powell, at the
entrance of Mobile bay, succumbed only after
the most sturdy resistance, and after every hop-e
had ed. The account of the eng-igtment, as re-p:rte-J
on the next pag?, is very interesting.
Fort Morgan, located at the opposite side of the j
entrance of Mobile bay, and about a mile from
Fort Gaines, cannot long hold out, when attack
ed by land and sii a the latt-. r was. The cap
ture of these f-jits is a great victory, and will
stop the blockade running, and allow the forty
cr fifty vesc-els usually kept hire as blcckaders,
to be relieve! for other service. It does not ap
pear from the advices whethir Farragut iut;nds
t3 attack MiUIe ciry or not. t ut froa the fact
that it would require a large fcrce to hold it.
more than can be epart-d at prc.nt it is ques
tionable vhetber Le will so. Its p-osesion,
toweTer, would facilitate the river navigation
into the middle cf Alabama and Gecrgia, to
where G-;n. Sherman is. For this reason, its
capture may be deemed by Government as of so
great importance at this time as to lead to its in
vestment by the land and sea forces now l-efore
The zht between tbe ret-e-1 ram Tinnfsstt and
the entire feet of iron clads and wooden vessels
was no less severe than that with the fjrts. She
fought like a bull-dog, and only surrendered
when completely corralled by them, and her
commander had lost his leg. Com. Buchanan
is the Fane person who commanded the yitrri
mcc in the famous iron-clad fight cfT Fortress
Monroe. lie was at Honolulu a few years since.
Respecting the defences of Mobile, we f nd in
the S. F. Buuttin the following :
A c-rrep?r,iet:: of the Lea.!. -a Tirr.ts. rri:.':? l,:i!y frrta
Wiiiiira, N. C. orTS the Briii-'a (i-jfrrr.r.er.t :.- ei,d Cc-a-c
jucers to the S c.h to stu-jy the wr firs .u:iirr. aspect,
lie insiia that t-th ilalasd and France l.re cLt lc a zl.. jke
;i-:7- g it uhcl p-rXait H jr-1 Ctafnijs:onrs :uth ca
acxot-tcf :is aliere-l y-frior i-is- urc. He ih-ns they have
c th z.s farther to'k-ara froa the Ncnh ; t -t aa iv-ide view cf
Charietca and Fort Sister, " iayjetioa c-f t. tarthwe-rks
ar:aai Rhraor!. aa 1 of - the n Vcl sy stem :f drfrnsive w:r"s
ar-ct Mobile. wocll (ani:h cf. ir s'rjrt.re stud es -r a tnil-je-wy
ecjineer. This ailasics to M.bOc's drftr-Scs wou'l .n
an icpreask-n of rreatcr da-ilry ia ca;:r:r; tiem thin e::hr
the report cf Farrafu: I r-cress f.r t'-.e Kichctr.i i3jrr"s
adn;.cr.s cem to ja?:.fy. T:.e c.:y is ba it cn a aar.dy j lain
whch rr cra-iaaVy a :t recrde ?rcm the w:r. It woall
seeai t-j be vtry d.'S.-ult t- rrnirr it v'e frm eay dirc;in
ar a h--t-"e l crit!rau:ht hret had c-r.re er.:rvl "the bay ai d
rassed the f rta tha: cztr.cind the chanarh Tt. biy. howevrr.
h?U very ooa afttr ;4.-j its ettrirce, ad verls drawir.z
ta-re than 5 cr 10 Uv-i t.f wter crisct arpmch witf ia i.5
cirs cf tte city. Chr-s:on. Wilm.r.rton and Mobile are
the :lxrt ports throara h;a the Cc-flsrcy ei'tj it
cotton ar.J rectiv-s ty t! jck-ie-rjnr.TS its fr-irr. surpli-.s.
The capture of eithtr cf theaa wi.: ir.2ct a seri:as t'.-'w i,a the
retail .on. hitlmz it ia its nc-t tender n-rzr, Hs treasury. Mi
tUe is just now more imptrtar.t to ca in a iniiitary sere than
tiiher of the other cities uas.ed.
From Grant's army we do not get any very
definite news. The General had been to Wah-
ingtoa and the t'pper Potomac, and the result of
his visit there, was the sending of a large force
into the Shenandoah Valley. It is supposed
there are 0,000 Union troops under G-:n. Sheri
dan, who has cemmand there, and who had ad
vanced up the vallev as far as Staunton. From : j
the fallowing items in the latest papers received,
it may be inferred that Grant is making some
change of tactics, Lut what it is, is not known :
'rw Terr. Ar; l-;h- The Cc .."t Waihirrtcn
speciuO d.-;a:ch says : We hear that Geatra. Griit has s-c:e
in;-. r"r: avovtaieat ia view, tat :: u n-.t rr:;-r to ii.este it
K. A Urre cuaiber of transports hare t a Srrt d;3 the
r v-r. and it :s armel that they are to a?ioi z-.zz.rzs
GrrTL. Gri' :"j irocps.
The ii.chn:tad Senlinel 'f the lC:h says t:re htJe d:cvt
that Gnt.1 is ccr.r: lirp Ni.e ct tr -Ci:.:iiy r.d
s t y tr zz ocr frcr. i. Whrre he i t:i:t thru: w- uo rt
know, tc; they reave C.:y iviat ia trrip-T. : co ic2 the
r-.ver. i-.ls s:etr.ers. laden w.ii. tr have t-rs era w.ihia
the ias: few day ooviaj c2.
The removal of Generals Bumside and Hooker
from their commands, ttw (ormr Xrora . under
Grant, and the latter from Atlanta, will suiprise
many. The cause in both instances is said to have
b-;n want of co-operation with their sup-zricrs,
the re by disarranging the movements of the armies,
and entailing defeats which, i: is charged, might
have been avoided had they obeyed orders.
Respecting Gen. Grant's knowledge of the
movements cf the rebel?, we find the fallowing
item, which shows he has not been ig-ozrant all
aloe' as to what thev were about :
It :ted on the tst aathri-v tht 1? dy treTi:-s to the
re"r-r:r:i. Gen. Grant ir.f.rrar-i the W r Ltj irtrr.eat cf -he
fact thf certaia trjc j-s hai beta sect try Lee ;nto the Valley,
with orirs to cr: the P::tnc aai do waa: ciriK they
ecu i :a Pr.a-y:raaia aai Miry 1. Grart :r':n;el"the Src
rttary cf W.r f Lee's mte-.t -"i. t-.d h;ra wi.t r:e tj expe-:t,
ar.1 shrwe-d. in hrt. tt.at he krew what w c,i:j on. At the
same ti e ! cade ad the r.ersary f rrparac-r:s to ct the
p"r-s of the r'e'.i. since that t.ce Grar.t has scrc-'.y turnel
t j tz-.i ever bi shocilrr at wta; the re-r's n.-rh; a .ut. I:
was tie o-"3 rise tried c; a h.a at Vrk:-.rr cf star. .a; a
rebel tcic fire a-iizst Mea;hi. lht fi.:e-l l.ke t-1. recent
ca. and Grant will carry LU pe nt ia Vir.-.u-a as ia ilOsj-ji.p-l
i, ty ts p'.ack aa-i ct-suaate vaLr.
The number of rebel prisoners now held by
the American Government, is very I org-?. On
the 20th of July, an official statement reports it
as over C2,000, of which about C.OOOare officers.
The exchange of officers goes on slowly, bat that
of prisoners is stopped, because the Government
insists that no distinction shall be made be
tween white and colored soldiers. To this,
the rebels will not accede; hence, the number of
prisoners cn both sides is constantly increasing
in number. It is to be hoped that the Govern
ment will adhere to its decision not to exchange
till the principle of equality is conceded by the
Fr?o Euror; we have a report that terms of
i peace has been settled on before the Cjavtntion
at V lenna. If tbis be correct, the bists of the
the tew treaty will probably be that Denmark
retains all of Schleswig north of the river Shiel,
and that portion south of it, as well as II:Iste:n,
to be united to the German Confederacy.
Sca osER Osoxea." This i.l-fated vessel which
left Dcstca mere than a year a;?, has ten beard
frca late'y. After trying the third time to get
arcund Cap-e Hern, her captain gave it up, returned
ta Montevideo, had the vessel cendenned, cargi acid,
aad Toyage closed. Whether she waa fitted cat
ajTiia tr net. we have net learned; but frca tbe fict
that the txk ca beard a: the Falklaad Dlards, J
passenger cr pilot, a tcted wreck'ag master, we
shoa'.d act l-e rarrrised to hear that each wis the
case. The Osonea waj a fee cc-deled clipper
;hc-:cer. which w-ali Lave t-ecn aa scqais'tica ts
our coasting Seet
Oni I"ltieIai Visitor.
On Sunday last, there arrived at this port
from San Francisco, three Russian war steamers,
The cvrreue Boatyre, 15 ret. Varirff the r cf AJci:raI
ut t-.e I'ac-: :v:i-c-
The ccrretie Ci-"ji -xra. 12 rac. Caj-t. Gcerk'n
lte U.rrr ccrreite Abrtc i. - r-1- Cap;, r.et e.
These vessels left San Francisco in company on
the 13:h August, and came down under sail
moetlv, steaming the last dav or two before ar-
riving here, as it was calm. They are all f ne
specimens of naval architecture, but the -4.:f-fi
in particular eicited the admiration of cur sea
faring men. She is a long vessel of beautiful
model and proportions, and evidently built to
sail. We understand that she was built in Fin
land, where some of the finest shire ia the world
During their stay in port these vessels have
created considerable activity around cur wharves
and in our streets, as they have taken on board
a large supply of coal, and the sailors also have
had liberty almost everv day. Connected with
the Admiral's ship is a band, which on Tuesday
and Wednesday afternoons came on shore and
played for several hours at the Radian Consu
late. On Wednesday, the Russian Consul, Mr.
F jger, invited the ladies and children generally
to visit his residence and hear the hand. A large
crowd gathered there, and from 4.J tj 9 o'clock
in the evening the band discoursed music to the
delight of the auditors. Many of tha familiar
Ei.glish, French and American airs were re
hearsed with the most skillful execution. Dur
ing the evening, the p-ar!ors of the Consulate
strumental music that Honolulu has heard for a
long time. Generous refieshments were served
to the guests. The whole- affair was ia.proratu,
but afforded a most charming musical a-d social
treat to those who were present.
The CgIcvgIj sailed again on Thursday, and
this morning the other vessels sai'.ei for the
Amoor River, which is becoming an im
portant naval and commercial station. The
increase of the Russian interests in this ocean
is every year becoming more apparent. Twelve
or fifteen years ago, a Russian war vessel was as
seldom seen in our harbors as an Austrian,
but now they exceed French, Ecglish or Ameri
can, we might almost say all combined. Two
large Russian war vessels are said to be now on
the way out from Cronstadt to Honolula, where
they will spend the winter. They have each a
complement of some o0 men. Wherever they
go, these Russian ships and officers make a favor
able impre-ssion, and most certainly they have
less of the hauteur that too often charactizes
A fact which we recently learned, will bear
repetition here that flogging is not practiced
in the Russian navy. The popular belief has
always been, that this is the only mode of disci
pline, but so far from it, we are assured that
simple imprisonme-nt is all the punishment given, :
and that this is considered by the sailor as the
greatest disgrace thev can be sub'ected to.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
off tor the War. Among tbe passengers by
the Yo-jvz Hector, was Lieutenant Wm. II. Dimosd,
ct the Hawaiian Cavalry Company, who bsagone to
the States to enlist in the war, and to ail in patting
down tbe Slavcmongers Rrbel'ica. Ia whatever
service he may be engaged, the Gcvernniett will find
Lim a arm and Icyal citizen, an 1 if in the crtny, a
scliier cf no mean qualities. We learn that he wa3
made by the Secretary cf Foieiga Affairs, a bearer
cf dispatches to Minister Allen at Washington. The
tenor of the dispatches has net, cf coarse, trans
pire!; but it will be ia keeping with the acts cf the
present Ministry if they wculd inform Minister Allen
in detail about the recent ministerial attacks cn the
Atrerioaa Missionaries and Planters, fcr sapposed
interferences in elections, and cn Acer-cacs gener
ally, plotting against the sovereignty of the group.
It is highly important that the Pres'.dert and Senate
should be infcrmeJ of these thicr3 befcre anv reci
procity treaty is male. If we know any hing of the
American p-ecple, they will never mike a reciprrcity
treaty cf the c&tire scaght, after leaning cf the
groundless and base attacks made on taeir citizens
residing ttre by the Hawaiian Government,
Tee yEXT News. The tark Cc-et had not arrived
at San Francirco up to tbe 17th cf August, tat
would te dispitcbed within ten days after arrival.
The differ If'M'e Sic-iUc-ic would lave abcut
Aagrtst 22 i. en route for Rowland's Island, touch
ing at Honolulu. Several Chlna-bcaol vessels '
were to sail between the 20:h and 0:h of August.
Byccecf tbem, we may receive another mail. Tne
Indians, cn the route over the etra5ka plains, had
become tr.ablesome, and stepped the ovmanl mail
. aches. This will account for the fewlerers receiv
ed from the Atlantic States. Should this continue,
the letter mails will be sent to and frca Sia Fran
ciico as formerly by stealer.
Geeexbacs' vs. Gold. A s has teen d;idd
in California la'e'.y respect! ngTae legality cf piy--nents
mile ia U. S. greenbacks cr paper corrency.
The cse wu carried through several courts, and the
final dcii:a was, as all the previous ones ha.1 keen,
that all debts contracted there without payment in gild
reins sperSe-d, may be paid in currency. The tSrCX cf
the decision will be to bring greenbacks into eireu'a
ticn cn the PciSc coast, aad persons baying or sell
ing, without specifying tbe teres cf sa'e, can ten ier
them inpayment. The decision has givea universal
at:sfact::a in that state, a; it will definitely tt.'e the
rutc-Je in which business raast t ccudactel heref:er.
It can in no way afec: the trade cf cur islanJs, if
proper fzresight is observed by agents io the sale cf
cur produce ia San Francisco.
Copfe3 Coins. We have been shown specimens cf
the new cne aad two-cent Americaa copper coins,
just issued from the Philadelphia mint. The two
cent ccin is about the size cf a half eagle gld piect
a little larger and thicker; and bears the cctto " Is
God we TErr" the Srst coin ever issued from aa
American mint that recognises Gvi. Aln;.;t every
ether Christian r.atica has mottoes ca its cin. ac
kacw'.tJgisg the prelection cf the Alctighty, sad it
isscmeL.t remarkable that the American people
have rever before done so. The one-cent ccin is
about the siie cf the eld nickel cent, but thinner.
These coins, bat particularly the two-ce-: piece,
would be a convenience if tbej could be introduced
here, though probably net so rau:h so as the Ameri
can dime and half dime. v.
I QriCR. The bark .1. A. EtirLlce, ia charge cf
Capt. Bencett, is earaicg for herself a repatatL n
second to that of no vessel cn the route. She came
in cn Thursday, lik days from San rracoisco, hav
ing made the round trip ia jast 42 days. She was
ia pert ia Sa Fraacisco caly cne week, hiving dis- ;
charged her entire cargo cf sugar, raolasa aad pula ;
in cne day.
Zf A Comet has been observed fcr seme tite past
ia the western sky. Its location is near the planet '.
Japi'.er. arvi at S P. M. rrbar- thiny-ve decrees ahc re the
h-.r a. I: hi ro tii' t -t recTr.b'.es a star cf the sdci c:a?s
s-rrariel with a c'sjui c-r ac.v. ar 1 gvt. Waea rst ciwererd
ca tie cf Aurist. -it u r-y a-t;-, hrr: r Svw rvcei )
froc: the ia. ia a sowth wejteriy d;recr.ca. '
thrown OTxn, and the visitors, including sentiment tut & pas-ion w:th me, as all know who . route. Third, via Keauhou, the pula depct cn the
, ... . . , inow anvtliincr of me. And I hprvhT sr.'pnmlt r tl:. , - i . .
rt-iidents ana i;ussian oncers, passo-a several . -. " - ,. iicuKi. iuismicrui muca iraveiw, um
. . severate. that from no individual cf my brethren in ' . - , . T , . , , . ..
hours in the dance, enlivened with the fnest in- , the Christian mini-trv have lever heard this idea ! we are informed by Mr Jones, cf that p.ace, that it
Konat. Aug. IS, 1S64.
Mb- Etitoc : Ycur issue cf the ISth instant has
jast come to bni. I fiuJ 5n it a report cf HU Maj
esty's Sfech before lie CnTention," in which he
makes an unwarranted usecf tcynatue, aodcf which
justice to nvself, as well as to others concerned, de
mands cf ice a correction.
His M.jest j savs : " In Kcha'a, by the direction
cf Mr. BcuJ, tbe people ch:se Mr. Parker a clergy-
j can. I have received letters. lately, staticg that this
! s te se hen Mr. Tarker wa3 elected."
AU Koh.ii knows that the candidate whom I pro-
; posed and urged up-cn the nominating ciucus, in
' common with ether fcreigners cf influence, in the
i district, could net be carried. Furthermore, Mr.
! Tarker was nominated aol his election carried soUIy
i by native Jlaicniin injiuencc. These are the simple
i facts, and the man who avers to tbe contrary, has
j his account to settle with the history cf the past and
j net with me. I was only too glad, however, I must
' add, that the people had the discretion to select so
I good and staunch a man as Mr. Tarker has proved
himself in "Convention and out cf it. I think His
' Majesty should have been sure of his facts before
: HTine them tutlicitv-
Once more in His Majesty's Speech I find the fol
lowing: It (tbe s.le of the Kingdom in 1S53) was i
advocated ia the temples of Almighty God from one
end cf the land to the other." Having for 23 years
occur ltd a desk ia cne of the houses cf worship on
this Island, I feel myself implicated ia this wholesale
condemnation from His Majesty's lips. But, sir, I
cannot lie under such a charge ; and hence, before
Gcd and men, I shake it erf with an utter and un
rCever has any man heard from my lips, in public
or m pritite, a sentiment ;ke that ascribed to me.
Jljicaii for the II nans, has been not merely a
ascrited to us, en Jcrsed.
Our mail is off and I must des:si. Let His Majes-
ty strike, if he wiil, but I must be heard, and to the
public I sjtjuJze tf.
Yours, for simple justice,
FrxEKAL PaocE-ssiox. A somewhat novel proces- j
sacn wis witnessed yesterday, following the remains
. " , . . . ,
of a native fema.e member cf the " Auauxi Kaaec-
manc," a Benevolent Society recently orcanizi un-
der the auspices of the Princess Victoria. The pro-
ce?s:on consisted of 144 females, all dressed alike in
black skirts, with white waists, and white straw hats,
tistefu'ly trimmed, and with a broad sab cf red
and yellow ritben ever the shoulders, crossed with a
rosette at the wiisr. 1 here were several native
Marshals cn horseback, wearing the six? gaudy sashes.
In the- proces :--.c we o' rerrerl Her It- !I:rhaes walki- i w;;h the
mcurr.erj. an-i her ae-d lther. b li.chness :hePremi--r.
ridinr in a carriage. This 5--C!e:y is a benevolent one ail
j.in'n? it. rrir.j rejaire-l to contribate a si!l m;n.".y fee.
ani f c.-;ran:e-d care and attention curir? sickress. r-l tirsl
after death oa much the pUa as the Odd Fellow aad Masonic
NOTICE I Notice ia hereby Siren that the
next 5choo T.-a cf Oahu Cjece will censraence cn Wednes
day. Sept. Tth.
Candidate f t the school w-::i be eiAnt'.ned on the day pre
vi vas. Tuesday, Serpt- 6h- Per Onier :
"2-lt S. X. CASTLE, Srcretary cf Trustee.
61 siaoiUr tr-a'es, if ?t:?rre.i to pr-T?5. result in serica
Pa tnonary, Br.-ncLial and Asthraauc" aiCtions, centime
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL, TROCHES
are c:tr.p.;c-:de-J so aa to rtich directly the s-a: c the deas
aad r-re aJatct icstAnt relief. 432-lm
Po?r Orncc Hilo. Ac east 20th,
A LETTER IS NOW IX THIS OFFICE,
-:- o recte-3 to .Mrs. AI'RIaX R. TERKT. Box 51a. Post
orhce, Ch;cac'i. I;r.r.c-. arvj has not been stamped as requj-ed
r-v s-t-ca 4s.-4 cf the Ci-.11 Cede. Th s is to ratify r paxtr
wishi-c t3 f -rwri the ktter. ttt it w:li n;t t sen: ur.S-s tie
recjTfd tlawi.ac 5c f::ae is pre:v.;i.
It J. H- CoNEY, Paaj:tr. H.lz-. r
American Relief Fund !
T iV OF THE SUBSCRIBERS TO THIS
i'JE. FUND ;Lr c-.?; ieri'.ie to rrear in their iues. thev
are r erety reqaeste-.! either ti jay at o-jce. or nt-'y the Collcc-
t ir Treasurer I3le ihrir r
VIIF. HOARD OF INSPECTORS f ELEC-
ik ti :a f - t'.e I'iftrirt cf HOXoLL' Lf. herety r.--t..'y all per.
t ,-i r the r.ht vcie f t Keeres-srtires to the Lr-is-
iit -.e Asvri'.-'f, that thv will h.u.1 Cc-t f r the rer i?tr:c.3
cf the resident. 'f siii l istr.ct at the S:ho--i Kcsecf KaHhi,
cn hON DAY. ith Sep-atr. a: 11 A. M-: at e,e Cccrt Hcise :
in Hr.4ac.on WLLiNESPAV. Tth S-r-.en-rr. at 11 A.M.; f
an.1 at Kiwaiiha.Scho: H-'use, ca I T.IL'AY. i S;etnier, !
at 11 A. M. j
J !TN MONTGOMERY. Pc-'ice Jastice. !
CS:ci5r) GE-J. II. LCCE, Tix Ccvlecto-.
J. S. UW, School saptrir.taient-
THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING i
V . v. . v . v. . I . . . ... . .
SJJf l' tit; t- p. F. JI AXIX I aa I W. J ARKETT,
" ' ar i r-ra;:ej w;ta t:.e f -...-w.r.r traul esseps- :
icr t"-se hirirj ;be;r eirs syi.t. cr traaded wi-i zare !
r z -j tir e !i-
l-.y : to r-:-..fv i.; per ss. that t-v are -eur prrrtr. ar,d j
a'i pers-tts who have ary of the abc.ve braai ca their iind cr ;
fzi aay of ;h:r. are r-uaee-i to Bit'v the naiers racd. at
their ear!:--: r ir-tietrr. aal a l
was. are f rt .i
c-r tae aay f the abcTe des-.ld cattle.
JAMES R. HOLT. '.
Joi'.y I: I1.1.T.
OWEN J. Ii.LT.
r.'rrr-i per;r.s t: 1 1 -arrhtielh !
I h.?TryT C'"1
:it the :
aS.re c;aao?cf the Era.id of P. F. Maria: aad W. Jarrrtt, at
aa-ti-o ca the 4th dav vf Ac;ust. Hzi. i
i2-Zl ' W. C. PARSE. Mi.-i-.il.
K3ROSBNT3 Oil, !
To Arrive per Hawaiian
Sliip " lOLVTI !"
Now Doe from BOSTON,
250 Cases Dormer's Kerosene Oil!
Fcr S-e 1 :-w bf
C. FREWER o.
metallic Brown Paint,
TTN RIVALLED FOR ALL KINDS OF
cct?ie wort, esrcUTy recccaterde-J fir c-e oa
PLANTATION BUILDINGS I
F.r ile tv
-i2-t C. BREWER & CO.
I. P. IIUGIfES,
1 .-! H. 1 r. 14. Jk. 1 . I - . t
Tl a.! :rl r.f mJ i rr Cf.
rjvre lr.a-ra:rc. Mattress cakirc
as i rer :rir c d.'t.e w-;ts r.ea:trr-? ari d spatch
XT Aii - riers j r atr-ciy a::et:el v.
Ccraer ! Fc-rt aa-i Hctei s:reet. H:-r.-t'a'j
STOVES and TINWARE !
GEOKGE C. SLDERS
Offers For Sale a Large Assortmerat of
Just Received per Late Arrivals,
Which he wit: eil ches? f:r Ca3 or AFa;r- Csrrrr.
"V Complete Assortment of
TINWARE, 5 II EXT IRON, tc, a-c,
SUIP WORK and PLUMBING done
with Neatne and Dispatch.
fxzasi Cait. cs Ms Eefozz PrnOcisrs Zz.sirzs.i.
Corner f Frt and King Street.
New Gold Fielps. By the last papers from Vic
toria, we observe that gold has been discovered on
Vancouver's Island, promising to pay miners from
three to five dollars per day. The locality is on the
s?ooke River, which rises in a lake ia tbe central
mountain range of the island, and runs thence six
teen miles to the sea. The distance from Victoria is
only about 25 miles. The Colonist says :
The ec::aert which pre raHl T?ter....r in rerinl to the
reIy discovert aUuvi&l iV.-j:ir,.cs at Soi 'te has ia no way
abatil. One hear uo other sa' ject cacTaseO. and the csual
exeUmation made by persons merrunir or.e another on the
streets. reyectir.e. the ia;e cf the weather, has for the nor.ee
quite p:ren pUceto the ictcrrvv-try. are yea off to Sor-ke
kvke is in ever tod's mouth eTpryNvly's thoughts; arnl the
ceaeral ft-eUnc oa the utjA"t that if cn:r one cjaart-r of ht
has been repress nti t t the ce can be reriee!, the benefi
cial result to Victoria the UU:vJ seneraly, will be incaicu
laMe. A few days are now a:i that is requirvJ to convince the
ceptical whether a delusion has been practised rr cot. For oar
own prt we cannot for a moment doubt the statement cf the
W e hare Ies hei;atirn in arcwinp ocr belief in the mineral
wealth of Sxoke restrict, since none can be injured by harir.
in it. The shortness of the distance and it accesitIl.ty from
Victoria. wiU soon cause provisioca and saoplies to t placed
within reach cf prcjiectc-r at Sow rate?, and at this season cf
the year cam pirj; out ia the open air is ne;th?r attended with
risk or icevevenienev. A few days wii! suice to set ail present
doubu at rest, and should the r?silt e;ual present anticif ationa
is sfe to predict that trails will be immediately opened to the
u.aine reeion, while prira:e specalation and "enterprise wiil
brine all the requirements cf the miner to his camp door.
Our informants add that from personal observation they are
satisfied that the reports sent in by the Kxploriac party were
not exajTjrerated, and on S.oke Iliver alone they consider that
remunerative employment rcay probably be found fur ortr
2.000 people. The depth of the pay-dirt was nv-t ascertained,
but on the first bar thev sank a hoie of four feet without reach
ing the bed-r.ck, findiug gold all the way down.
Adventurers wishing to try their fortunes in these
new fields, will have a fine opportunity of getting
tht e in the DomUila, which sails next wek.
".ijTjinE Volcano. We are frequently asked the
best road to the volcano. There are three routes to
the crater cf Kilauea. The first, via Hilo, is the
j one mcst traveled, and perhaps the best, distance 29
! miles from Hilo, six to cine hours' ride. Second, via
J Kealakekua and Kan, a longer and more tedious
' tD nc'st accessible, being only 12 miles over a fair
I IC'aJ easily traveled in an hour and a half or two
j bcurs- Packets occasionally vbit Keauhca, but not
j Tery regular! v. '
'. fHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL duiv appo.ntei A-1tc:riLf;rir and Administratrix A the
j tstue f r. a. rilEnwl. late cf North Sr-na. Hawaii,
! deceased, tercby ot fy a:: persons iadeUed w ! ua to
, tjjj; immed:ii!e pavoiest. and a.l persons harirz demand
! ara nst the estate to present them wiih c21ciet.i j-roof cf the
deatanis fr sx-ulemenu
I. EEP.F.ICK ani
K EA LOH ASH ERWCOD.
AdcitistraU-r an.1 Administratrix c-f the estate cf F. A.
Kcna. naaii, 07 :h Aacust. IS4. 422-St
Clear Oil. Clear Light !
NO WEAK EYES.
FARRAR:S BOSTON REFINED
Clearer and Whirer than any ia use.
j Stands higher Chemical Test.
Emits no Oior, and Warranted to burn in any
! KEROSEXE and all
j ; CAMPHENE AND SYLVIC OIL
Burns slower, and g-ives a Clearer Light as
j . . may be proved by actual test.
FOP. SALE AT EXTREMELi- LOir RATES. BY
A. S. CLZCHORN.
P. S. LIBERAL DISCOUNTS TO THE TRADE
-rSliSO to Ai'i'ive
100 Cases Dovner's Oil!
AMERICAN DRY GOODS!
hj t J
C. BREWER $c CO. !
Will receive per Haw. Ship IOLANI,
4 MERtCAN SHIRTINGS,
-oak An-eriean Ticking.
White c-itton thread.
A.C.. ic A.C.
M. W. GREEN, Master.
Due in all September,
O. BREWER Co.!
LACKAWANA STEAM COAL,
Canal barrows. Prira? pork.
Vinegar, Corned hams,
Pilot bread, Saddle,
6. W. soap.
A Loi-ge Assortment of GROCERIES.
KAOLIN", HAND CARTS.
FINE SH-0S, CAST AXLES.
OAS PLANKS, WHALE BOATS-
RriTiilnr T. iua? 9,1 v
THE FAST SAILISO EAf.lt "
Win have qaick d 5vrh tr the abrt port.
For freight or passage app'y t'
W ILCOX, EICEAEX 4 Ca.
NEW COLD FIELDS!
Of Vancouver's Maud.
THE TINE STEEL SCHOOXEE
& D om itila.a
Al for 20 Years.
RHODES SPENCER. Matter.
Will tare immediate d.palch for the above pert
Rate f Pa-age Cabia. $7ot Sieera(f, f0
Tickets to be had at the of?- of tb u-Jerti;td. wt:a
which no passeegpr will be received cu trvtri.
Ukea except ty aa ordr from the onlersied.
JAMOV, GEE EX co.
N. P. The newly d:coTen-d mirtr are the the VVT
CESsIBLE GOLD FIELDS IX THE WOF.Lf. bcr
mile from the Sooke Harbor and tweaty-two fra XrtJ?
ETery informatkm rrrjtrctlnz Vancoorer' Ialaa.1 C
prospects of the mine and the country, be rvra bj vT
Green at the office of tbe arent. --i Cr'
Host on and IIoiioIuId
PACKET 31,12s E.
THE CLIPPER BARK
J HELEK" MAS!
Ls ready to receive freight tor ROSTO X direct.
2-2a C BREWER tr Co, Ar-ru.
IIAWAIIAX PACKET LIXE
TTIE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
II. W. BI BDITT, CamataBdrr.
W-a hare djatch for the above port. Icr frehrht at aacat
ALT-RICH. WALKER, k. CO.
Agents at Sara Francisco
fr HAWAIIAN PACKET LIM,
Messrs. Cha. W. Brook & Co- 4512
LIST OF FOREIGN JURORS.
LIST OF FOREIGN JURORS FOR TflE
t""rr Teraa ot the r; rciz Cwrt t It Jy i a at tae
Coort U i3 the City of ticcx-dOs, a yi asday t 3d day cf
Oeacr. A- 10. 1SJ4.
IavTd X. Fi.t&er,
A. S. CWboe-a.
Saat'l H. Txwiett
3. P. naxh-e.
3. P. Itasca,
c. F. w :- !-..
3. A. Etw
If. M. S:i :Lic,
R- B- AniKrtcr,
11. A. P. Carter.
TVxna II- Fax .
P. C. Joe.
Edwin O. IiX
JXO. E- EARXARD. Ok s--,
FJooelai. Sept. 2d.l?4.
JIN. WILDER & JIM,
Are now mannfaclnrin at
"FT T .IIPjIiLIIB -
400 tons of Sugar, which they o5er to
sell at reasonable prices, as it arrives.
For sale also,
-MOLASSES in Barrels.
C. P. Jl'DI). Ajzeat
432 -2ai Cor&er c-f Fort aad Mcrchaat strata. Ur-osi tl
At the Commercial Adv. Office,
Per Bark Whistler, August 30th.
HARPER'S WEEKLY. JULY 1C.
Ij-:i". - Jiy 12.
N w Yctk Wortl. Ja'y T.
" Ldpr. Ja'y lo 23.
" Zeitac?. Ja y 9.
liicitrated News, Jaly Xi-22.
Frrxh Cocrier. Jaiy 13.
Lccidca liiosTnt-d News, Ja'y 25.
Paneh. Jc!y 25
I-rtrh. J uly 2
Saa Franc --co Baiiedn. Aagnst 13.
Ai-a. Aura n.
Svcraateato Uaj-.-a, Ang-u?; 13.
CharaH-'s J c t.s ! ;t Jc-e.
Norm British Keriew f-r y.&y.
" Mechanics' Benefit Union."
fflHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS SO-
the fri4D cf oSerJ ard hearts vt repex.
rrr. c edek-
' "w , . - .. ; a. . i a-F I : I
II T IC I T " .
- E'taLra ti
ALE jiso PORTER,
BOLLES &. Co.!
Have Recently IteceiTed by ArriTal
from San Francisco.
PER YOUNG HECTOR !
4 C CASKS HAMS.
?s kererje. Hjif t-s taacierel.
Box? arpVe. V--Te raiiir..
Caje f-earaed cyatrs,
Ci-.-e' rj-ioed cy.tr.
Case lesaatocs, Chse pearhe.
AND ALSO PER BARK
l. 1ST ZKL 3E3 33 2 ' '
Days from San Francisco.
j Case Tr-? ch Cae Davis' pa-a krr.
; Case ol Cih. Crs Dfioi t er. Cvl hais.
K:tt t era- aa-1 xir.is. Cues rpxtd cysteia,
j Kes r.t peas, Ce a.Iercr
acas U-it iate taa-y -ocr.
Case cream cf tartar.
Case sari. Cass ITacfc: a Biter cywrr.
!coc Cues cracker.
5 - !t Ca.' t-r- teaJ, ta cas;
e Jenr Urd eaie.
Cas t'co!, CrarVrrie.
Case at-.-ui.ed toeraes.
Aci a Tariety cf ether articles too numerous ta
mention, and will t-e sold at lew rates.
The Pub:ic are respectfully rt jutsitd to call eaii
se for thansflrcs.