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Every "Wednesday Morning,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER AXTKUM.
Forelpn Subscribers, $8.00 o 810.00.
Ofpich On Qneen Strcot, in the 'old
Otmem House Building, Honolulu, II. L
PrtMssI u4 paansaan by IUmz, at the Gorern-
uAJuth 1 1 Jlji
TH13 OFTKXjaeW J
TO EXEOUTE AVC.U ORDERS
For Plain- and Pancy Piintiag,
OF KVlLKif " "
WTTIT NX A TKESS DISPATCH.
bag Oaaee, to whom an butinesj commnmca
vol. Yim. s.
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1870.
186.00 PER YEAR.
a. X. MMU, J. ATK1XVOS A. S. OCOEE.
cistli: A: COOICsU,
TEPOETEES, GXITEEAL MERCHANTS, AND
Xa. 8 Etas tux rl.it. Ike Seamen's Chapel
Ta. KaMaSsfU-OasiaHir, Hawaii,
The Haiaa tv Oasn.aT, Maul,
3W Ha i- -n rnfir Mills, Maui,
The aaasaa StupM- rVatsttaa, Oalic and other gnar
Hrtn X Waaoli aa. Kulut, Kauai,
Th L .h.i Rio ItanUtWm. Kauai,
Ur Jmt' Olios ale Vamflr Mltctnei,
Waisnsi a VVUm. a rewiaa; Uacliine.,
Ih Ne trtiif Mnlual Life Insurance Co.,
) Tae aMtm Steam 11t-aMf safe Ou. Ij5
I It A IEICII.VUUSOM.
IHPOETEE AND DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES,
nwOaliat, Fornlsbhig Hoods, Perfumery, Ac, corner
af Fan sad Mesrfcaal sUeeeta. llooohihi.
Atsu, Aeeat - the ilawaaaa eap CO. UnJers received.
paM ta tie Shipment cf Goods to the
a. c. ut;ri'i;.n, si. i..
70ET PHYSICIAN, AND SDRGE0N.
hI H.ilslMiCB X. t Fact Street. Honolulu, first
bu asjaiai r Ik. Ifesassic UHircC.
At sax T aa asaat, wfcea so ptolesaiesMlly encased.
mi.I.I.'NGIIASI A: CO.,
niPORTESS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
Fart CaisK I"aABU awl Oils, and Ueurral Mer
le. IV Kiss; Hnrt. Ilooolalu. 15-1.1 5
fn-ayc mn. cotirr.r.T brows.
IIItOWA Ac CO.,
TKMETERS AND 'WHOLESALE DEALERS
la Waaes, frka, Alt, Porter, At, Merchant Street.,
. f. Atlll. S. C. WILDER.
AUCTIONEERS AND COKMSSIOK MERCHANTS,
SI Veea Street, IloJulu, II. I. Ij5
II. IIACIaFI'.I,!) A: CO.,
GENEEAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
4 Qaeta Street, IIooolulu, II. I. lj
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IKP0RTEES AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1 IIouululii. Oal.ii, II. I. Ir5
tiii:oioiei: c. iikucic,
mPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Il.iolola. Oaiio. II. I. ly
r. A. SCIIAEFER & CO.,
K llaoolnln, Oana, II. I. 1t4
c H. utim. j. a. mcKSO.f.
I.i:Vi:iES A; DICUSOiV
IMPORTERS AND DEALEBS IN LUMBER,
Ami all kla4s of BaildiagMatensls, Fort Street, Himolaln.
JOIIA" S. .llcGKinV, 31. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OOceta M L Casne's BsriWia, Tort Street. Office, hours,
frasa Xaifct u. Tea a M . and from Three t.iFlte r. M.
k Jsreest. between Nauaou auii Fort
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH.
ie ttwOsMral Slercaaadise and Shipping Iratlness
I v in. j Hre ) lilt II Htl til.
v-- anu sucn oiner lle-
inS bv wkllMlih. at tV,. . .... ..
SMI thatsNBEl rsaaooabla terms. Firewood always an I
aOIIA X. WATEICIIOKSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
S Qaeea Street, llooetalu, II. I. Iy5
xv. i.. gki:i:,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER,
BBD.ia Ftre-rtvef BoHdiegs ea Queen St Honolnln, II. I.
C. Jt. SrESCER. H. 31ACFARLANE.
ciias. r. svirvcEit co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S1J Qseea rtreet. Hsnolnlu, U. I. (jyj
JIcCOLGAS A: aOII.SO,
10 ran at. . lloln, epposhe T. C. Head's. 15
C. E. WILEIA.1IS,
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
I Tssralev rferi description. Furniture lft-Rooms on
'. "MS' CWe's ItiMoirrapl. Gallery. Work
.,i rT m " U1K1 on Hotel Street, near Fort.
J Onl H tMa she .law Miaada proaiptly attended to. lyS
BOOT AND SHOE WAinn?,
I Ktac Street, Mitt to the lXLel, Honolulu. pj6
31. X. HO.VAELL,
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
S S?- H,,'rt"- Lewii' Cooper Shop. Will
H ksuaad sell second-uaiid Furniture. ljS
XII EO. II. DA VIES,
I ire J ail ax, Gexix t Co.
IMPORTER, AXD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
am aalxT res
liar's and t Lirerpool Dnilerwrlters.
ttsa aa4 rsretpi llartn. Insurance Company, and
-ssfaern Aasaratic. Colajiaajr. S-lyfi
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
la rs.iaasr.ia4i CUktar. II. t. rv. ii.... c. i
sarsrtj U Ueutlemen's I-urnisbiig Goods. SnoWs
as. HarsAil street, Uonulula. foO-ljo
AVAi.iimt &. allkv,
EHTPPrSG AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
i Qaeea Street. Hooalnlu, U. I. lyi
JU L. TOKBKKT.
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND OF
OsHCs Oarner Qaeea and lort streets. Iy5
BOLLES at CO.,
EHTP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
tom Cum, H .ahuV I'articuUr attention iid to the
1'iassliii seal sale of lUwaasaa li,dWe.
airaaa IT rt&xiaSKui io
DC "Mas i Ej,
GEO DEE AND SHIP CHANDLER,
3tsnry aad Eecrclu furnUked ta thin on the most faror
11 akte tertas. pj6
Comsisiioa Uercnant and General Agent,
IQfw leas and artier Oiaeee and Foreign Goods,
Wkaleaale tValer la nswatUa Produce, and Agent for the
raafcaa aad Asamk fEaar IlantaUona. Flre-nroof
fsareaa ACaaaa street, better Ivlnf. Sl-ly5
TCENPIXE STORE CHOICE GROCERIES
I C-er cl uuann A Irince tre'U flS-1?
D. H. iHITCHCOCK,
HiK lUsrail. It
C. W. CREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At leleo, nTsiirifietarert and.Dealert , t
la all kiadi r Soap. Beer, Mutton, and Goat
OEca. 9 Fort Street, where orders will be received
aii proaptlj aUcaded to. 3B
Office, Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
II. C. CHALLAMEL. S. A. BLUME.
C.IAI.I.AaF.Ia & CO.,
IMP0ETEES AND DEALEBS IN WINES,
Spirits. Ales, &, Ji'o. 8, 2iuuannStreet,opposlte3Iercliant
Street, Honolulu. til J 6
a. s. cij:giioie.-v.
WHOIESALE AHD . EE! AIL DEALER' IN
.Fire-proof Stole, corner of Queen and Kaahunianu Streets.
Retail U.tallislinients, on -N'uuanu Street, anil on the corner
ot Fort and Hotel Streets. li-lji
bcexix ricx. n. I. r. castis.
C. KEAVi:it & CO.,
SHIPPING AND ,'i
IIOXOL.TJI.U, 11. I.
AGE.VTS or tlie Huston and Honolulu Packet
AOE.VTS-For the Dlakee, Waliuku nmt liana
AGE.VTS-For the I'tirrlmae oi.it Sale of lslaiirl
B. F. E FILERS. A. JAEGER.
it. r. i:nu:RS & co.,
DEALEBS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
Fire-proof Store on Fort Strtet.aboTeOdd Fellows HalL 37-ly
F. A. SCIIAEFEK,
OEXT for tile II RE .11 EN HOARD of
Agent fMr the Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Aeent lor me t lenna uoara oi unaerwrllers.
C. S. IIAIETOir,
AU CTIO NEER,
Salesroom on Queen Street, one door from Kanlinmnu
31. S. Gltl.-VItAILH A: CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALEBS
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and
erery satiety of Gentlemen's -ujrior Furnishing Otwls.
Store In Mtitee'S Block, Qneen Street, Honolnln, II. I.
' ' AFOING A: AC1IUCK.
Importers) Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
And China Good. In thoFlre-proof Store on Tinnanu Street,
under the I'nldlcllatl. 4S-ljG
.IOIJ.A II. l'ATY,
Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds
For the State of California. Office at the Bank of BMmp
a Co., Kuhuniann Street, Honolulu. 2-ly5
g. xv. xoreTorv,
COOPER AND G-ATJGrEE, .
At the Now Stand on thfl Esplanade.
He Is prepared to attend to nil work in his line At the Shop
next to the Cm toot llonse, where lie can be found at nit
working hour, ire lifts on hand and for rale. Oil Casks
and Barrels if different 'lzr. new And M, which he will
(Bell fit the xery Lovext Market Rates AU work dons in a
thorough manner and warranted to give eatJsfiction. All
kind ot Coopering jraterialj and Toole Tot sale, l-3m
r. IE fc a. SEGIsLUH,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IE0N WORKERS,
Knnanu Street, between Here hunt and Queen.
IlaTc constantly on liana, Stove, Pipe, Gal-ranized
Iron 1'ipe. Plain and lime Ii hhs. Si op-cock , ludia
Itnbber Ilo-e bent S-nlr. inIenirthof 25 and 50
.feet, with coupling, and pipe complete. .lath-Tubs,
land alson Terr laree stock of Tinware of srrT tlo-
Ptvrliculir attention giren to Shlp-AVoik. Crdera from the
other Inland., will bo carefullr attf tided to.
Thsnkful to the Cltizeus of Ilonoluln and the Islands
generally f,r their liberal patronage in ttiepast, we hep by
strict attention to business to merit tho same for the future.
m COOPER AND GAUGEE,
At, the Old Stand, corner King and Bethel Streets.
A Large Stock of Oil Shook and all kinds of Coopering
Material constantly 3u hand, lie hopes by attention to
hnInit(s to merit a contluuaure of the patronage which he
has heretofore enjoyed, and for which be now returns hi
a. ir. Tjiorupsorv,
Qneen Street, Honolnln,
lias constantly on hand and for sale at the Lowet Market
Prices, a pood assortment of the Best Befined Bar Iron, and
the Best Blacksmith's Coal. 3S-lv6
jso. son. sam'cxott.
.III SOW & CO.,
COPPER AND TIN SMITHS,
Xaahumanu Street one door above Flitner's,
Beg lease to inform the public that they are prepared to
fumi.h all kinds of Copper Wotk, such 0. Stills, Sttlke Tans,
Sorghum Paus. Worms, Tumps, etc. Also on hand, a full
assortment of Tin Wale, which they offer for sale at the Low
est Ma.Lt I-rlces.
All kinds of Repairing done with Xeatness and Dispatch.
Orders from the other Islands will meet with prompt atten
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
Offico on James Robinson & Co's Wharf,
Continues the business un hii old plan of settling with
officers aud seamen Immediately on their shipping at his
office. Hailug co direct or indiiecttonuection with any out
fitting eb&ibllhment. and allowing no debts to be Collected
In his office, he bopes toglre a. good satisfaction In the fu
ture as he has In the past. l-3m
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER,
King Street, next to the Seamen's Bethel.
Has on hand, Bath-Tnbs, AVater-Clcnets, Wash-Ruins,
Force and Lin Pnmi, Lead and Galrnniie ' Iron ripes.
and PJumlvr's Braas-wurks. Being the only Plumber in the
city, he will execute all orders entrusted to him In a work
manlike manner. l-3m
House, Sign and Ship Painters,
Xo. 7G Fort Street.
Graining, Jlarbling, Gliding, Calsoinining, Faper-
9 itid on the meat reasonable terms.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE BUILDER,
76 litng street, ilonoluln.
' Repairing dose with car. and-naat-
ness. Alsi, particular attention giren
to Blackamithing and Ilorse-ahoetng..
Omers trom the other Islands promptly executed. 4o-iy6
31 It. J. COSTA,
JEWELER AND ENGEAVEE,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' TIall,
Is prenaredtoexecnte with promptness, al, work In his line
of business, such as Watch and Clock repairing, Manofactnr
lag Jewelry and 116 graving.
Improvement is the Order of the Day.
HAVING CONSTRUCTED ANEW .SKYLIGHT,
and made various other improvement!, I hope
now to bfl.xblo to (ait the most fastidioui with ..
v 1 " . t
A, VJ10 top;r":iili pCany Size,
From a Crystal to a Mammoth, taken in the Best
Style of Art, and on, the most reuonabjeterms,
Also', -for rale, views of the Islands-,' Portraits of
the Kings, Queens, and, ether Notables. , ,
32-lj Fort Street.
it. j. nmcsRY,
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
41 and 42 Merchant's Exchsnre. California Street, San
40 Francisco, California. ly6
Messrs. Brown Jt Co. .....San Francico.
Messrs. C. Adolphe Low A Co ...... . ..San Francisco.
Mers. llolladay & Itrenham ....... San Francisco.
Messrs. II. Ilackfeld i Co Honolntn.
LZ05 B. UETEES. JAU ES V. BL0CZ,
X.EOIY ir. 3IEVERK CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS OF ITALIAN
AND AMERICAN MARBLES,
Mantels, Grates. 3Ionuntents. Head Stones. Tombs, Wash
stand. Bureau and Connter Tops, Billiard Beds, Fire Bricks,
Plaster, Ac, Ac-, 030 Market Street, opposite Catholic Church.
San Francisco. CaL 33-ly 6
B. B. wllXIAaS, n. F. BLA3CIIACP, C. B. MQMIX.
WILLIAMS. BLANCEAED & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
4c N'o. 218 California Street, San Fraucirco. 3
R. W. lETtaAHCE. C E. CLAEK
SEVEEANCE, CLAEK & CO..
AKD SHIPPING AGENTS,
,-105 Front Street, corner of Clay, ,San Francisco.
We will attend to the sate of Scgar and all klndvjf Island
Produce, also to the purchasing and forwarding of Mer
chandise. Cash Advance, ntade on Consignments. 27
J. C MEBK1LL
Portland. S. P. CaL
H'CEAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
Having been engaged in our present business for upwards
of twelve yearn, and Wing located In a Ki re-proof II rick llnild
dlnc. vie are .prepared to recei.ean.ldi-peif Island Staples,
such a Sugar, lVyrnj;Kice.I'nlu. Coffee, etc,, to advantage.
CbnilgnnTent twprctally olicIted Tor the Oregon Marl.et, to
which ieroiial attention will be itaid, and upon which cash
advance will be made when required.
Charle W II rooks San Francisco
J C Merrill ft Co "
Fred Iken "
Badger a LlndenWrger "
James Iatrick ft C- "
Wm T Coleman ft O
Stevens. IlaVerftCo , w. .; $
Allen 'ft Lewis "Portland
Leonard ft Green 11 y5
E. 31. VAA' ICEED,
ICmiairaw n, Japan,
Having the best facilities through an intimate connection
with the Jaianese trade f..r the past eight years, is preiaireu
to transact auy bu-ineas entrusted to his care, with dismtch.
LANQLEY, CE0WELL & CO.,
32 Cor. Battery & Clay Sts, San Francisco. lom
Saitrome Street, Snu Pranclacot
Extending from Sacramento Street, to Ha Heck Street.
HA.VIXO B 13 12 IV UKCS3STI.Y Uenovnled
and newly Furnifl.tnJ, m tken it the mot quiet, ect.tio
ni leal and comfurtable FA31IL.Y IIOTKb in the State. UVing
centrally loci ted, it offers every hiduce'meutfor Huiinens Men
and the Public generally.
The Tables will le constantly supplied with every luxury
the inaiket nlTotd. The American .Exchange Citach, with
KeI Lights, will Ik at I he Wharves and Depots, to convey
passengers to the Hotel fiee.
7-lj6 TIMOTHY S A KG EXT, Prop'r.
B0AKD OF UNDEKWB ITERS.
rnillB UADERJ-ICMCD Iiovlnp bren op-
jL. pointed Ageuts for the tiau Frausico tnKird of Under
writers, comprising the
Citllfornln Xiiaurniice Compsii)',
3Icrrlinnta Hint tial JlBi lne In Co.,
Pot I He litburniict Couijinny,
Calironita Lloytl'tia ami
Home iriutunl Iiiburaitce Company.
Betx leave to infirm Manttrs f Venela and the public gene
rally, that all .Sits VetM-l and Corgi -im, inaated by cither
of the above Companies, against erils of the sea and
other risks, at or near the sandwich Islaudswlll have to
he verified by them.
1-Sm II. HACKFELD A CO.
THE UM)KIISIC;.KU, AUESTM OP THE
nboie Compsny, ims e been authorized to Insure lisLs
on Cargo, Krelght and Treasure, from Honolulu
to all tons of the nurld, andtire ve sa.
18-ly II. I1ACKFKLD I CO.
'VMIE U.VDIiHSIG.VED, AGENTS of the
jm. ooi.icvouiiH.il,, u.i.r oeen ni.iuunieii 10 inuie rien. .
, .-. . li ...... , ... a...,. I
from Honolulu to all (torts of the Hawaiian Uroup, and vice
8-lyS II. HACKFKLD t CO.
D1PERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of London.-Established A. D. 1803.
CASH CAPITAL, S8, 000, 000 In COLD.
TilK U.VDEIIS1QNED 1IAYI.N0 been appc-inled acents
of the above Company for the Hawaiian Islands, are
preared tu Insure apaii.st Kire on Uriel., &tone and Uooilen
llnildings, and on Merchandise, on the most favorable terms.
For imrticnlars, apply at the oftce of
29-1 J 5 WALKER t A LLEX.
MARINE IHSUEANCJE COdlPANY
Of San Francisco.
rVlHG UA'DBRSIGA'BU liavlng teen ap
JL pointed Agents for the above Comjauij, are mepured
to isiue IVlicir on Cargoes, Frelpliti. and Treas
ure. UALKLK & ALLEN,
-3ni Agents Honolnln.
EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rVHIG UXUEKSIGaXED having been ap
JL pointed Agents .f the alove Corapanr. are preparrd
to Insure risks against Fire, on Stone and Brick Uulltt
liirt,. and on Herulint.dl stored thereiu, no the
mtwt favorable terms. For is-vrliculartt apply at th office of
My5 F. A. SCIIAEFEi: & CC.
TIIK AGEaVT FOR TUB IIIIITISII For
eign Marin' Insurance Coin puny, (Limited), lias re
ceived instructions to reduce the rates ot lusurance
between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific, and is now pre
pared totaue Politic -at the Lowest KoUl, with a special
reduction on Freight jr Steamers.
TUEO. II. DAVITS,
13-tf Jgtnt Erit. or. JLfar. Int. Ox (Limited)
Corner Hotel and Fort Street.
IH GUKS UCWxAE
M Having lately renovated and refurnished the
Above dlr-lm-'wu pUetj of enteitaiotuent. woiU Hjjj
recpvctfutly inform the public that tney Lave on h nd and
will keep nothing bat the beskof Liquors, Wined, A.af. tc
at thejff Bar (SS-3m
CRATER OF KILAPEA. HAWAII.
TIIIS ESTAlIL-ISIIMKaVT IS NOW gfe
op ft for the reception of vUlUtra to the Volcano jgf
Uoase, whamay rely ra' finding cumflArtabl rooms, a good
table, and prompt attendance. Experienced guide for the
Crater always on hand.
STEAM AUD SULPHUS BATHS !
Hone Grained ind Stabled if Desired.
CIIARGKS RE AS O IV ABLE.
Partfrs viMtlng the Volcano via info, can procure animals
warranted to make the jouniey. by D. IL lirrcBCocc, Esq.
SUGAR & MOLASSES.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
LOCAL AGEXTS OF
The San Francisco and Pacific
Sugar and Molasses,
TTIROJI Till! ROLDA PLAXTATIOX. Crop
X1 of 1873, lor Falc by
52-3m n. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
rOBI THE KAST MADI 1il4AS'TATTON.
Crop of 1870, for sate by , - .
52-Sm II. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and . Molasses,
FtOM THE 1.1IITJE PLAKTATIOX. Crop
of 1870. for sale bjr
J2.4m II. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FItOM THE HOIillOX FlsAXTATIOSr.
Cnp of 1870, for saleoj
i2-3m il. HACKFELD & CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FnOSI THE PIOXEBIt 31 ILLS, Lalialna.
Crop of 1S70, for sale by
52-3m H. HACKFELD A CQ.
Sugar and Molasses,
EROM THE WAIHEE PLAXTATIOS.
Crop of 1870, for ealeiiy
52-3tu H. nACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FtOM THE IIKEIAPLASTATIO.V. Crop
of IS70, for tale by
52-3m II. HACKFELD A CO.
' Sugar and Molasses,
IJIH03I THE METCALP PLASTATIOX.
j Crop of 1870, for sale ti
S2-1m IL HACKFELD A CO.
18IU . 187U
Sugar and Molasses,
CROP NOW CO.HIXO IN, find for sale
in quantities to f uit purchafers, by
I-3m WALKER a ALLEX. Asent!.
Siipar si nil 3IoIaMcs Crop 1S70
C031IXG IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to snit purchasers, by
l-3m WALKER A ALLEN, AKenU.
fauui and 3IolHfscs Crop 1870
COMIXfi IS, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
l-lin WALKER A ALLEN. Agents.
IVew Cs-op of Suirar sfc 3IoIaHe
"VpOW COMING IN, AND FOB SALE IN QUAN
X tities to suit purchasers by
I -8m . C. DKF.WEB A CO.. Agent!,
VTEW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SALE
i in quantities tn suit purchafers. by
l-3m 0. BREWER A CO.. Aeents.
Vacuum Pan for Sale!
ONE CAST IltOiV Vacuum Pan, 5 feet,
4-inches in diameter, with OopperWortn, Steam
Engine, double acting Air Pumps, Ac., complete.
For sale by
52 tf H. HACKFELD A CO.
DRUGS & Il hi) 11 ON 15S.
IS THIS SO?
Sound Health io be Obtained at Last?
The Way to Obtain Sound Health! j
FlRST-Cl-iEANSE tlie Stomach from all -offensive
accumulations, which ao tuuiijt produce fane-
tion.il detaiifccnient, vitiating the food. I
Second Pniilv the UUkhI from all acrid and corrupt
humor., and you will remove the causes of the gre itet mass j
of the disufi wlich afflict w many of the Hup.au Family. .
A HF.JIEDY i-roved by thirty years experience, cm- t
pable of efiVciiu sikAi a desirable and important purpose.
is sun Duore me puouc -n
VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS.
This Kamuus Medicine baa proved its ralneln Diseases of
the HEAD. CHEST, BJWELS, LIVEIL and DIOWnVE
OROtKS, KIDNEYS, ic Also, in KHEUMATISM. UL
CERS. Si IRK.', and SKIX DISEASES It being A DIRECT
PUKIFTER OV THE ULOOD and other fluids of the human
Sec Haudbllla Given Awn hy Agents.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, in loxes, price
7W1. Is, Vy$l. and 2s. 9d. each, br 0. TCIIKLPTOS 4 SON'.
No. 3 Crane Oairt. Fleet Street, Iswidon, and mav I bad of
Mr. J. T. WATER HOUSE, Honolulu, and of all Chemists
and Medicine Vendors in Great Critaiu and the Colonies.
Tlie undersigned has heard so much In praise ol WHELP
TON'S SAFE VEGETABLE PILLS rroai psrties who have
used them, that he can recoinmendtheni with perfect con
y5 JOHH TH0I-IA3 WATEEHOUSE.
Florida Water of the Best Quality.
fBROWS'S TROCHES, HAMBURG TEA,
A Great Assortment of Esse tial Oils,
Suli ns (111 of Ituse, UII of Itergnmot, &r.f &e.
Glycerine, Syringe! in variety.
Breast Pumps. Xnrsing Bottles,
Trojses. Ac., Cocoa Butter,
White Wax. Spermacelti.
White Castile Soap,
Pain Killer. Ac. Ac.
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Supreme Court In Equity.
George E. Tucker and Gilbert Watler, vs. Ger
ritt P. Judd, Executor, and J. IT. Austin,
Administrate , with the Witt annexed, of Th'e-
vphiltr Meicalf, deceased.
The papers present some complication, but
there are few unsettled points. of law involved in
the case, which require the jatlgment of the Coart
The first point is whether Tucker and Waller were
Metcairs partners, or his agents only, to be re
tnnnerated by shares in the profits. There has
been a series of decisions In the Krgliah and
United States Courts, commencing with the lead
ing case of Wangh to. Carver, 2 II. Bl. 23.5, in
1789. to the effect that parties might become lia
ble fur each oth;r3 acts ns partners, contrary to
their own intention or expressed agreement. If
A and B agreed (.hat B carry on a work for A,
for n sharo of profits, B wa3 held liable for the
debt contracted for that work, notwithstanding
he may have expressly stipulatad that he should
not he liable as a partner, provided the. creditor
was not aware of such stipulations. Various rea
sons were given in support of this doctrine thai
a partnership could thus be created merely by
operation of hw. It was said that taking profits
'asvrofits," and not as wages, indicated a part
nership between the parties as far as they were
themselres concerned, ns well of course hs far as
others were entitled to regard them. As the de
crease of the partnership fund by liens for profits
is the loss of private creditors, it was argued
that .any person haying such a lien must be a
partner. But this is assuming what should be
proved, by a species of petitio principii, or ' beg-
eing the question." If there is no partnership,
creditors care nothing whether their debtor has
paid his njient with money "as profits," or "as
wages." If the debtor undertakes illegally to
prefer claims, they may be contested, but it is
hard to see why a pnoragreement that the agent's
claim shall be preferred, must of necessity creale
a partnership and impose u liability never intend
ed. Courts often objected to this doctrine. Lord
Eldon was reluctartt to accept so -thin" a distinc
tion a3 aconclosive test. Judge Siory r.'gretted
while he admitted its necessity, C. J. Gibson, of
the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania was desirous
of throwing off the authority of W'augh vs. Car
ver as having been made subsequently to the
American Kevoultion, but was unable to take the
responsibility. Miller vs. Bartlet, 15 S. & R., 1S7 ;
Hazard vs. Hazard, 1 Story, 371; Story's Part.,
f 3.i et passim.
Except in a few instances, ns in the Supreme
Conn of New Hampshire, (see Bromley vs. lilliot,
38 N". H., 287.) the doctrine referred to was re
garded as law, until recently, when its authority
has been successfully attacked and overthrown.
'A series of cases has decided that the Ijw of
partnership is n branch of the law of agency ;
Hint the test to determine the liability of one
sought to be charged as a partner, is whether the
trade Is carried on in bis behalf; and that par
ticipation in the profits is not decisive of that
question, except So Tar us it is evitlency! of the re
lation of principal and agent between the person
taking toe profits and those actually currying on
the business." Cray's notes ou Story's 1'art., J49.
The decisions laat referred to are Cox vs. Hick
man, 8, House of Lord's cases 2C8; Kilshaw vs.
Jukes,. 3 B. Jt S., 847 ; Bullen vs. Sharp, Law
Hepurts, 1 C. I'., 86.
The reasoning of the Court in the' recent Eng
lish cases has special significance. In Bullen vs.
Sharp, Mr. Justice BUckburue referring to the
rule in Waugh. vs. Carver, says: "This decision
had never been overruled when more recent
ly it nas'u common opinion, (in which 1 for one
participated) that the doctrine hud become so in
reterately part of the law of England, thai, it
would require legislation to reverse it. In Cox
vs. Hickman, the creditors of a trade bud agreed
that their debtor's trade should be carried ou fur
the purpose of paying them their debts out of the
profits ; and the composition deed, to which they
were parties, secured to them a property in the
prufite. The rule laid down in Waugh vs. Car
ter, if logically carried out, led to the conclu
sion that all the creditors who assented to this
deed, and by so doing agreetl to takes the profits,
were individually liablo as partners ; bat when il
was sought to apply the rule to such an extreme
rase, it was questioned rhetber the rule itself
was really established. In the result, the House
of Lords, consisting of Lord Campbell, C, aud
Lords Brougham, Cranworth, Wensteydale und
Chelmsford unanimously decided that the credi
tors were not partners. Lord Cranworth
says : " It was argued that, us they would be
interested in the profits, therefore tbey wonld be
partners. Bat this a fallacy. This no doubt, is
in general, a sufficiently accurate te3t." I think
that the ratio decidendi is, that the proposition
laid down in Waugh vs. Carver, viz. that a parti
cipation in the profits of a business does of itself,
by operation of law, constitute a partnership, is
not a correct statemont of the law of England ;
the test being in the language of Lord Wensiey
dale, whether il is such a participation of profits
aj to constitute the relation of principal and
agent between '.he person taking the profits aud
those actually carrying on the business." 1 Law
Kep. (18C5) 107.
In Holmes vs. Old Colony R. R. Corp., 5
Gray. 59. a firm had leased a hotel of the - Corpo
ration for 00 an 1 " one half net proceeds," but
it was held that no partnership existed, the Court.
Dewey. J.. saying that it is no longer trrjH that
receiving profits, or net profits, must produce that
result, but that all the circumstances mu3t be
In the following cases it was held that there
.was no partnership t Case of a ferry which A
leased to B, the latter, to pay expenses, and have
one half the gross earnings'. ' Heimstreet vs.
Honland. 5 Denio, C8. -Agreement that A
furnish B with wool to make into satinets for A,
for forty per cent, on sales. Turner vs. Bis'ell.
14 Peck. 192 ; and see Dennis vs. Cabot, 6 Met..
62; Bradley vs. White. 10 Met., 303 r Pratt vs.
LangSon. 12 Alleo, 544 j Hit. ia vs. Ellis, 12
Gray, 449. Agreement that A furnish B with
books to sell for a share in the profits. Newman
vs. Bean, 1 FosL, 9o. Agreement that a ship
owner victual and man tho ship and pay' half port
charges, the master pay ing the other half, and
rigging the ship, the profits on freights to be
equally divided. Cutler va. WInsor, 6 Pick,
337? Reynolds vs. Toppan. 15, Mass., 370. But
see Julio vs. Ingall, 1 Allen, 41. 4n Hazard, vs.
Hazard, 1 Story, 372, it was agreed that B. H.
" devote bis whole. tiioe, exeeptiag bk attendance
on religious meetings, exclusively to the man
agement of the factories of T. R. 17., taking
the machinery as it is, and returning it in like
order," for one fourth of the profits. See Cham
pion vs. Bostwick 18 Wend., 175 ; Borckle vs.
Eckhart, 3 Corns., 132 ; Conklin vs. Barton 43
Bar.. 438 ; Gratr vs. Bayard, 11 S. & R 41.
Examination of the authorities cited, "and of
the cases referred to by them, will show that a
partnership can not be inferred merely from a
.'common interest," from a sharing in profits,
from the right to account, nor from a direct con-,
trol over the business. How, In fact, can an
agent prove a disputed claim for agreed profits,
unless h can have an account! (Gray's IS'otes
on Story's Part., p. 69.) All these relations be
tween parties are not inconsistent with, those of
principal and agent, and are, therefore, insufficient
of themselves to establish a partnership a priori,
hut in orderto decide the, matterwe nust look,
to the agreed intention of the parties, as shown
by their words and acts, prior to any dispute
arising. The legal consequences ofn partnership
exist without agreement, and often contrary to"
the expectation of parlies, but it is illogical to
assume the consequences and thence infer the
Did the parties in this case intend to act to
gether as principals in a common business? We
think such was their intention. It was agreed
that the plantation should pay for losses by injury
to animals : this means that the partnership pays
for them. The plantation, with all its improve
ments, as agreed, "shall revert to said T. Met
calf or his heir," This indicates that during the
term of the partnership, the use of the land is in
the partners alone. We also have tho incidents
of a community of interest, a division of profits,
a control of the plantation by Tucker and Wal
ler, and of mutual and common accounts, which
tend to confirm the conclusion that a partnership
What are the incidents or this partnership,
and what are the mutual rights, duties and obli
gations of the partners? First, the partnership
itself was dissolved at- .Metcalf 'a death. The
agreement for the term of ten years was not
binding upon the heirs and creditors of Metcalf,
because there wa3 no stipulation to that effect,
and such express stipulation is always necessary,
in articles of co-partnership for a term of years,
in order to prevent a dissolution at tho death of
either partner. Sometimes a direction in the
will of the deceased partner is regarded as an
expression of his assent to such an agreement,
leaving it optional with the surviving partners to
continue the business with the representatives or
devisees of the testator; but in this case, the
directions in Metcalf 's will can hare no such in
tent, in vipw of his previous declarations, appear
ing in his letters, which are in evidence, that
he never regarded the complainants as partners.
The Roman law prohibited the continuance of
a partnership, even by previous ugreement, after
the death of any partner. The English law never
went to that length, but has always allowed the
continuance of the partnership, but only by ex
press stipulation. Burwell vs. Mandeville'b- Ex.
2 11., 573 ; Scholefield vs. Eichburger, 7. P., 594;
Story's Part, 84, 85,196. The accounts of the
partnership must be made up to the time of its
dissolution, allowing time to wind up the concern.
This view affects the mutual rights and duties of
the executors and complainants, inasmuch as they
are to be regarded, not as partners, but as trus
tees for euch other. Story's Part., 3 130.
The terms of the partnership are clear: The com
l.Idlnatits are "to take charge and carry on," Met
calf to lurtilsb land, with the improvements and an
imals, then upon the land, and all capital or means
required "lor the etifflclcnt conduct of the planta
tion," the partnership paying for losses by injury to
animals, the cost of their keeping, and Interest on
the money furnished; the plantailon and improve
ments to revert to .Metcalf, or bis heirs, at the ex
piration of the partnership.
To open a partnership account after the death of
one of the partners, requires a clear case of fraud or
liross error, and allowances are not usually made
fur any contribution to the common stock. Foster
vs. Hodgson, 19 Ves., 180; Dexter vs. Arnold, 3
Mmoii, USA; WInsor vs. Savage, Metcall, S47;
Story's Part., 5193, note3, J233, nnte4,and J849.
In rezard to tlie claim Of il.OS!), claimed by the
complainants for their Implements, fur the payment
of which by-note they show Mdloilf's receipt. It
appears that Metcalf agreed to furnish the Imple
ments then on the place, and that the complainants
not having agreed so to do, furnished those men
tioned In Schedule C. The complainants can re
cover at law any implements belonging to them
which tbey can Identify, but If tbey have volun
leered (he use of ibem, without any agreement that
they should be paid tor their use, they can not, at
this late day, have the accounts opened, and a claim
allowed which tbey failed to make seasonably, durlog
There is no evidence that Metcalf charged for the
animals ou the pltce which be agreed to furnish.
There Is no evidence that the complainants furnished
money to carry on the plantation, or that Metcalf
failed to furnish capital as agreed. It was not In
tended that tins complainants should share in the
gross profits, but only In the net profit!. If the
profits were wholly or In' part devoted to carrying
on and enlarging the business, It was done by ma"
tual aisent, and If no train resulted therefrom, np
one can be blamed, unlets lor violation ot good
fittli, or by failure tn exercise the diligence and
prudence that a reasonable man could require The
complainants made no objections, called for no di
vision of profits, but continued In the bctinets as It
was carried on, partly with money furnished by
Metcalf, and partly with the proceeds of sugar, In
the net profits of which tbey were Interested. If
the result was nnsatlsfacfory, It Is too late to claim
reimbursement for their ventures, and too late to
compel, on the part cf their deceased partner, a
specific performance of any part of the agreement,
which, in good faltb.and exercising reasonable care,
he failed to perform.
By the law of Partnership, neither party Is entitled
to payment for personal services, unless by express
agreement, This disposes of the mutual claims for
services In this cue. The partners are presumed to
have worked for their own.ai. well a the common
interest, and not at the expense, of the firm. Frank
lin vs. Robinson, 1 Johns., Ch. 153; Story's Part,
(183; Caldwell vs. Llebcr, 7 Paige, 483; Bradford
vs. Kiraberly, 3 Johns., Ch. 43L
N"o allowance can be made for the " Hems" lot,
bought by Metcalf at his own instance, nor for his
payments of W'yllle'a note of (3,080, or Bates's
counsel Jees of 4227.25, and Insurance premiums
The parties had not so agreed. See Shattnck vs
Lawson,10 Gray, 407.
For Metcall 'a failure to furnish machinery requi
site to take off (be crop of 1864, and for their loss
consequent thereon, no allowance can be made the
complainants. Upon the evidence, we are of the
opinion that Metcalf did all he was able to do to
famish,' seasonably, the required machinery. He
bad everything to gala by to dolnsr, and tbeeTl4enee
fallfl to stow an approach to callable negligence on
hk'paft Story's Fart, ,178, aodaete; CoH. df, :
178 ; Lyles vs. Styles, 2 Wash. C a, 224.
It Is, however, a dear principle of law, that part
nership property shall be devoted to partnership
purposes. The partnership saaat be allowed for all
sums paid for Metcalf's private debts, or for the nse
of his family, from proceeds of sugar. No deficien
cies la the Executors' accounts are shown, and In
the argument, the charges concerning the wood,
snooks, Ac, alto concerning unreasonable delay to
account, are withdrawn. The soma admitted a
paid on private account' are, $11,795, 16,11188,
$3,250. and 2,631. These are to be allowed, the
fond, and can not be regarded as chargeable to the
plantation. Story's Part, J 3341,
If debts Incurred by Metcalf for the purpose hi
furnishing means, as agreed, to carry on to planta
tion, were paid out of the proceed of (agar, the
sums so paid are to be allowed to the. firm, bat no
allowance la to be made for payments of Interest
The evidence fills to satisfy na that lettrett was
paid against the complainants' protest, Or that
higher rates were paid than were required to raise
''"The paHners'argue4 that all " Improvement"
should revert to the plantation; without this clause,
all Improvements and alt articles paid for by Met
calf's money, or by money which he obtained, would
have belonged to bis estate. But It seems that the
firm Invested to soma extent the proceeds of the
augur. The question arises, whether the Improve
ments paid for by the undivided profit are to be
regarded as firm property, or as reverting, under the
original agreement; and If tbey reTert, a to the
meaning of the term Improvements. We are of the
opinion that the partners enlarged the business By
Investing proceeds of sugar sales, In addition to the
means furnished by Metcalf, under the original agree
ment concerning the reverting of Improvements.
The term improvements, according to Bouvler,
applies principally to buildings, " though generally
It extends to amelioration of every description of
property, whether real or peraonaL"
The old rule concerning fixtures and standing
crops, Is greatly enlarged In favor of tenants, for
the encouragement of trade and agrlcultnre. Mil
ler vs. Plumb, 0 Cow., 665. In Lawton vi. Lawtoa.
3 Atk., 13, a fire-engine, erected by a tenant for a
colliery, was held not to be a fixture. So with ma
chinery erected for manufacturing purposes, on
thnbert Imbedded tn the soil, or fastened thereto
with bolts. House vs House, 10 Paige, 1SS. Also,
looms tn a woolen mllL Murdock vs. Glfford.lS M.
Y., 23. And machinery in a cottou mill, removable
without any Injury to Itself or the building. Van
dcrpoel vs. Van Allen, 10 Bar. 161. But such a rule
would not bold between vender and purchaser, or
mortgager and mortgagee. Wlnslow vs. Merchants
Ins. Co., 4 Met., SOO.
in the present case, the proper rale la that which
prevails between landlord and tenant, as to Im
provements purchased by common funds, and ai to
the crop remaining at the date of the winding np of
the partnership, which was not until the expiration
of the original ten years from December 14, 18S7.
We are of the opinion that all stock, tools, and
engines removable without Injury to the buildings,
and bought with partnership funds, and the crop
standing December 14, 1507, are to be regarded a
As for the turns paid for labor contracts, If paid
from money derived from the business, tbeymtut.be
regarded as paid by common consent, and aa deemed
necessary to obtain the labor. An apportionment
ot sums so paid, between the firm and the estate,
could only be made nnder an agreement to that
effect. In Metcall's letter to Waller, of July 29th,
1S65, after writing that he has any coolies from the
Matador, at 6150 each for ttelr contracts, "which
A., W. & Co. will send you," he adds: "As their
contracts may have to be tranlsferred at the end of
juur term, is wiu uc uesi to jseep mem in gooa con
dition, In order to realize aa much as possible on
them. Not so good a lot, that came In the same
day per ?o"den Vut, realized $150 each for their
contracts for five years, at 5 per month." We
think this shows the Intention of the partners; that
for the term ol labor remaining to the estate, an al
lowance should be made the firm, deducting, of
course, loss by death or disease, and such allowance
may be made In regard to the coolies; but no such
agreement about the native laborers was made.
The statutes do not require and It does not ap
pear that the Court ordered any appraisement by
the Executors. As for the tnortgageand notes given
by the Executor, to cover liabilities incurred by Mct
calf, whatever may have been the legal right of the
Executor to give them, as against heirs and credit
ors, It does not appear that the firm were Injured
thereby, as their profits were not devoted to paying
the principal, and for tbn Interest thereon, tbs firm
was liable. So allowance can be made for any sup
posed profit that might have accrued from a different
course, as there seems to have been no bad faith
shown In the course pursued.
It will be remembered that, although the com
plainants have a good claim against the estate' for
suma paid from proceeds of the business for Met
calf's private account, yet the firm were liable for
sums advanced for the plantation.
An order of reference to a Matter may be taken
out, directing an appraisement of the net value of
the crop standing Dec. 14th, ISS7, and of the imple-
mOllla Snrl mlLr.Mni.rv a. almail. mt.t.J .v.A r.t .11
sums allowed to the fund, and of the respective,
shares therein of the complainants, of one-fifth
each; and upon the coming la of the Matter's re
port, decree will be made, .accordingly, In favor of
R. H. Stanley and 8, H. PhDllps for complainants.
C C. Harris, J. Montgomery, H. Thompson and
A. F. Judd for respondents.
Heatt Failcbc or a Jr.wri.RV Ftr. A abort
time since the firm of Iiaae S. Joseph! A Co., Import
ing Jewelers, whose establishment was located at S.
641 Washington street, failed, their liabilitei amount
ing to some 1230,000. The firm wa! forced into in
voluntary bankruptcy by the creditor!. In tho lilt of
which are the Parrott, Latham, Donoho. aad other
banking establishments and tbs matter was referred
to Mr. Bates, Register In Bankruptcy. When tb. af
fairs of the firm were investigated, several transaction!
of a questionable character wr brought to light,
and the attorney fur the creditors scored the Joseph!
Brothers for their alleged perfidy. It was observed
at the Umethatthebeadof tbebouse, Isaac S.Joaephl,
winced nnder the charges made, and did not attempt
to refute them. Yesterday morning it trasipirvd that
ha bad bundled up bis movable property and ioeoBti
neatly left thit locality on Saturday hist for regions
unknown. It is stated by parties who profssl f ohasw
definite knowledge in the matter, that Isms waa a
passenger on the steamer which left this city for Pan
ama. His brother David Is left to be the musts, tut is
all probability the fund have beta splriteel away it
least, that is the opinion prevailing li r'rrirtnisl nlr
eles and unless the defaults Is captured, thin wta
be no Luaa or oath to cfer sp u. a taortfss art kfta
bankruptcy proceedings. Whether any attaaaat wiH
be mads to check Mr." Joseph'! in hit tmr l.ae at
present known $. F, Suliiiin- '
Chinese Labobzzs Gos to Texas. J. B. Dr
ey of this city shipped on Saturday last, hjmjtt
the Central Faclfc Railroad. 860 Catealsbssara stat
contract to go to Texas and work on the Tom Rail
road. Ttioae men were all gathered Bf ra 9aa Trasi
clscoand the adjoining town, and arc the Aral lot.
ot men wno save ever ten ners aa uoorera at
to a remote part of tho .Union, . Tbey falls'
stood the contract, and were triad of these.
Dltv to secure McailvecntilovBent. Aasetastl
grant train with sleeping and cooking arranges
was provided for them by toe Central PacfBVel
leans. If. the s:s give attajacttoc aa hbossia.
oiner ana larger imnstts win Dft saaiif at i
day. AssMft, Ike as. -
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