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auraiian Outfit,
ETerv 'Wednesday Morning',
AT SZX DOLLARS PER AXXU2L
Faretx-n Btcrlwr, SS.00 16 110.00.
Internum . &mttii
uijjiii irj.
PRINTING- ZSTaULISSHXXT.
j !
THIS OFFICE IS NO ft" rXiUAWK)
TO EXEOUTE ALU ORDERS
For Plain and Fancy Prating,
of KVErtY DEscnirrio.T.
wifir ne( i Txxis V ju$pa Ten
Owncs -On Qwen Suet, in the oW
IIs Boildiaf:, Honolulu, II. L
Mil I aa -ekttiai. V aUrtxr. it tb? Stm
04V. to wares sE eaetar-s ca
VOL. TIyO. 37.
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1870.
186.00 PER YEAR.
"flWAHAN
BUSINIS NOTICES.
ALEX. CAMPBELL,
Ulcrclinnt "TxHox-.
w.n. m.MiiiniiYs.
Sams AXB VKSLBSALE DEAIXE
ke DIM, awai. Aks, rtro. A Ac, Mintiil Srt,
LiLfcini a.. mmiK lliwhi.
cvvrm a: cooia;
ixpsrnss. sekekal hesokaxts, axd
GTWraL AG3XTS,
M sUac mc up ai la StMtN Ccarl
iaaat mnii.P.
WsiiS mm. KUk I"m.
-Oh. Kaa-taa W.twxJ U ItiwuH&k.
Ja1 1W twi tli il rm asaat sata Ox tj
I Kit. lICIIVItl!iOA.
IXT9SXZB. AX8 DEALER IX SOOTS. SHOES
A. C BUPITJI, 31. !..
rr FHT5KIAX, ASD SBE0E9X.
assTaaaafaaaiaf hammmatHat M" Sr
aa , m4 s mant saazaaaa avaaaaa . win iij.
aasa, aW taax, araass. Him. T 4 Paaaar, Osaxaa,
air.
ran ana- ta-xstsj
JUII..lI. IMTV,
Naftarj- FaMat asst Caa Boisj!itr of Deeds
fa aaa at i'i Ulaaai tatae a ta Rxa. af ras
iOh.UaMMil(.&tiUM t4t-
iiul,i.-c:ii.vi v co.,
IXPaVSIaES AXB BEALE3S IX HABDWABX,
Cadi J. Bo i rwaat -4 CMs. xa Miami Mar-
. Pa. suae Miwc. ttiaaaja xa-i a
a. p. asvms. s. e. wilmb.
aikvjij .v ivii.ii:k.
aptwzess and oerxissiox heechaxts,
X tf.ii. Sua. aWaaUs. B I rivs
II. IIACKPELU .V CO..
EX EE A I. CBXriSSIIX AGENTS.
V Ma.ia cnx. aaaaatax. K L Hj
ED. HQFFSCHLAEGER & CO..
ntPtrZ2S AX3 COJIISSIOX xeeckaxts,
4 Ht s Oak. t
THUOUUKB c uiicck.
DO'sKXES ASS C4XJUSS10N KXECKAXT.
! Miailala. ftaaa. H- L U
1 A. SCILVXII'IJU A; CO.,
G0HJII5SIS JtERGHiKTS,
It, BjadUia. CkUi, B. L
c m. utm. j. s. MCtsy
UUVSXESS AXB SEATESS IX LB1LEEE,
dTajadaaaiXaaanak, lart feme. BwaaaBL
JOIIA S. 31cUB'. 31. V.
PHTSICIAX AXD SBEGEOX,
t ai B- L Ckwi lanatmfc Frt iuiit
ALLEX & CHILLTKGWOKIH.
KAWAIHAE, HAWAII,
qfri JianialMiifaiiaaa rtnaaau, aaaa
art Utfut ariai i t narana sa
&iwai PMr& aa4 taci itaar Re
al ww rin-i hi iiatp. at ta iart Mm
i aW tea ii ImM. HaawTMrf linn am
JOU.-N X. WATEKUOISE.
QIPdSIES AXD DEA1ES IX CEXEEAL I
XEECHAX2I3E.
I m !M aaawcaaa. K. L W ,
GEXEZAL CeJOIISSIOX AGEXT AXD SEOEES, ,
wai rut ftutlJiilii4i aaCaaeaSt, Haiaia. ,
McCOLGA .V JOIUSO.t,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
raat tt-.TTaa Jala. aapcittaT C Btata'a. lit
XAyETACir2E2, ixpoexes AXD deale?
mfaaaaii afmiyiigTfrCWic raraitw vr wBasaae
fall Cm aat. ifj iilar (Wi rato-a( &rr Wtk
l.y.l ti U nW a Ibut us. rirt. .
afiMinBafciWi1alaawaatxttjrfta, tV
H". BK5SKIT,
SOOT AXD SE8E yXT?.,
tq Saat jtran. aaat to t tt Baaatatx riri
tXL.T. l O A- KI A. . .i
CAEIXXT HTUTT?- AXD CFH0L5TXZEE
Oat jama. Bavtea. Jfaa-it Lrair Cayr ia. WL
m tlJ i mltiiUmn.
THliO. II. IATIKJ,
'T ATT 134. A '
DCPETE AXS C8XXISSI0X 1CEECEAXT.
uoria.
I1VJIA?! BKOXUEUJi,
Ea3EIXES AXD 'VrHOLESAlX DEAIEES
'Wtir. BaW. Of, BaaU. ao.aad !
af tankana'i ranatttatc Seuai. S.' ,
w-ja
J. I. a turn
1. C 1UU.
4 irAXUB; A: ALLEA, j
SHTFJEX? AXD" CTJCnigx-tiCEAXTS, ;
B. l 3j ;
JL. J TOUUEItT.
DEA1ES IX LB USES. ASD ETZE.T HXD OP t
SCTLBtXG X.TOTAT. I
M aVnat T..rer tf a4 Trt tarHm. lit
- o : - - - -
SHI? CHAXDIZES ft C0JOUS3I0X KEZCEASTS I
QaM Sanat rTn aata. rirtMixr aaisdae pad ta li
I aa at b&waia ctacac.
OL.ikiir4x.Ca.
Ctt i Ca.
aCTfatxraxa Isi.
,IS Haskjila a Co,
jCiali a CDoka.
CltOG1' ifodjT.
fa '.- yrrrhir.t xri Gtxnl Artrt.
ISTcrusrf Tiaa -aai other CHfaia ard TtTlaca Gawd.
vrkAaiVCwxUr tajBmaaa Kis'i-ff. asd Aealfcrth
'Pastna xat luarata Sarar FUatadoa. n-rra(
Saara jtaaaaa ftnet. Kei. Xlmg. S-Ij
GEORGE 3VILXJA31S,
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
0 a Ji-'i ZgMr.tea Co'i Vkxrt
Oaaataaxa she scaiEM as ale aid (taa cf tl f wfti
officer, aal sii-m iTTtatiterr ca 13: aaiffil ml tts
orVi Haiaa3rssai!recssaaxct&uawtak ejest
xaai - gt. ada3eicc mdckta k eiracx
!a hfaaSca. k ksr. txrrre a. jpod latSsSxctiM Ik tk fa
tr a. it feat la tee rant. ICas
GROCERIES! GSOCEJLLEb!!
Quick Sales and Small Profits!
-AT-
RYAN'S RAILX0AD STORE
Ccr. Xa-aiVa isd Jail Etrrrta. Ca ,
Mat CMknc Tataaaiae nt, Fulaa iij. Ac.. amr
Nn aa ikm Srt. Breaks.
ASax Lin w ta Wx ilim Ca. OrSin nHC
4 fMK'
aasateakat aliaataic aasi in la Sia isl Onli to tk
kiakak.
BL?Sli'lS$ .NOTICES.
aonrv s. ?icki:,y, 71.
( Lit. SarrMi t" 5. AraiT 1
Ou k eianiatm al kb maao m Canaada ?t. h!"r
5- , - . Naaaaa ial Jm Su Sa
J. S. DICKSU.t,
House, Ship nnd Sign Painter,
piMiij- .fH Kwm PBUaiilMa 1 Ok
anlaiac. JSuWicc. OiMwf. fill natal uf. Pr"
f3fcaaac.lc. i(cn4aa tttikflH' aHci,
Njag A.a!l unmUi Wal. SMMi
ivji. mvcosiu.
DEXTIST
Oficc. Cer. Fert ft Hotel StrreU.
. c. tututo. 3.i.inat.
CIIALXtAJIKI A: CO..
IKP0ETE5S AXD DK M.TRS IX -WTXES.
Saartw. JlKx la,Xa.S, XaBua$Ur.t,vuFMnaaat
Sawrt. Maaiaaai. It-Iji
A. S. CLKGHUia,
WHOLESALE AXD SET AIL DEALES IX
GEXEEAL JIERCHAXDISE,
nrtaaaggiaaKaacaty H QkiW Kaaaavaaa StrWU.
rKvtall featwbaiaealik f iwst5tmt, awiva t.vta
M Furl ul Ikxrl ftrrtCL 14-lr
iixMi rrcx.
K A. P- CUTIS
c. intmvi:i: a.- co.,
SHIFPIXG AXD
" 'COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i
L 'A iiqoi.ri.u,ta. i.
"AOB.TT or ibr ltottoai aba Uix;olaIn Partrt
Ui.t.
.(:RT-Kvr tbr MiUrr. WalluVu and liana
PtaulatWft..
AGIITKijr the rurthltf ml !jilc or Itland
trw1iM-..
Lr.uica). a.jiuu.
" 11. r. KIILIIKS At CO.. '
DEALERS IX DET GOODS AXD GEXEEAL
KESCHAXDISE,
rai ni.'tCTiFl jrtrrt KVil TfVkf. Halt K-Jt
.V I'.jkV.iS'lIAEKIlKr .rDal 3
OKSX ror. "the BK1CMKX BOAHI) of
& CXMIia RITEKS
Acaat a- W Pttj Bara af raowtitm,
Aaaat fcr tk. TWaaa Baart it CaaVrarttm.
... .Pn
C. S. KAItXO-W.
AU CTIO N EER,
iihmiiaa aa Qana. Stmt, at dMclrccail
.11. S. GKIMIAIMI A CO..
tSIPOETESS AXD WHOLESALE DEALESS
la raaaa h ilalmj. Hals Cif. EaM, 'u4
rrcrr taih4 ' IIMMmi irt.T rsrahkair sSnK
So, la 5'f Bhwk, m slrxrt. Hgaulaki. H I.
ta-. !-'
AFOSG A AClllX'Ii.
IporKri. 'Wioleiale asd Ectul Dtileii is
C(n; Sereissiise,-
AaaCfciaiC.!. ta tb.lVrwsrSiv a Xaaaat Stmt,
aW H yM,lv w.
D. E. EnCECOCS,
AOTAKY 1'L'IIJL.IC.
U) MB.. Hum. Pj
C. IV. AOilTOA,
COOPER AND GAUGER,
At tie Xev SUsd o the Esplanade.
Be ft anfana ta lihwl t U wart is ku Ha a tie Sar
aeil a. ta Cfera Hiica. -vkerv a. caa t fwa4 at att
warkaar. Itoan. He Kw o& baa4 aad for sale. Oil Cwk
aa aamb a( aabeest aim. aea aa uW, wVici k H
fell at aVe ntr IWaeit MarkK xUtas AU vrk 4gtt8iaa
lit gfa awaapr u4 varrmatea to pre latMictMe- AU
tiaos C Camf iliat M.trul4 aaii Toots fur a!e. la
31. IICAFIEX.D,
SVAGOX AD CASEIAGH SU1LDE2,
76 IClnr; treet, lloholoto.
S r MW-rimr rL.. nr. .sJI M.t.
JI&KiB- AUa. f artiralr'aneatlra rlieaSEaCl
V;Vyr to BUcka-tkat; aa Hen-,iKMax. T
Oia.ii iii tbe ulaer Iiiaaa preatprlr f lfcalL
-tr
J. NOTT & CO.,
COPPER A TIN" SMITHS, cake ererr de
fertptwei T w.rk ib taetr Use. kmc! as Plsnta.
tiau ar lKfcrc Tt.j alw lerp as hud a fall
ar?rtaieatf -
Steet Capatr, Sheet Tia.
Sheet Lead. Sheet Iran,
Iras Win. Cepfer Wire,
Sft A Enii Solder, Pail Eart.
Prejsed Backet Carer.
Blaei. aad Tiaord PJreti,
i . Caffex iiirea.ete.
Alea s'haad. i fe care ef
TUOSE SPLENDID COOKING STOVES,
Recemd St tfcer irree."
Carta Plant" acd "Grar Jaetetf." tagether j
wieii-a rarctj at Jafassed Ware, aod car asueies
M-K:'tSe KHers. "pir Work on'Haildfer..
lack af tatter. iatj. vater-ptpei. Ac. .SVip-wrk
wft! emi a-tth arocrt aUectie: atXo. 9 Eia&acaaa
Street. IJ-Sa
JA31ES I LEWIS,
COOPER AND GAUGER
At the Old-S'i-i, ccrzer Xizg ari 3fJLcl SskU.
X Larre Sanrb cf Oil Sksvki ai all kiU Cbiperiar
kfalerUis caelUailT js ti.iL Hi kdre kr astroxaaa ta
kajani to sMrtt a oaaDaxaace ef the latnaure wksek he
k kmuffiii exslojwt, aam Zjt wtich h aov Tttmrzt til
tkaaks. I-3ai
J. II. TIIOJIPSOX,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH,'
Ibtu SirteZ. Earslsh
Hi ceaetaattr ot haaj ul Jjr x; tie. Inal Xiiket
rrttr. a rant asurraeat f tk Best jteSaed Car Irea,'as4
II Oral. 3S-IJ
F. II. A G. $EGELKE.,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET EOX "W0EEXES.
Winrii llj a Lxag. tuie. Ptge. 6H-riied
aR?. Iran Mr. rUia iW S, Bl.5t-e-rrl i.Ia4to
laaaar BaM: sly. ialeajtkaat' 3 and
Satjfc a-rt. a k 'mva, ari tr oaMjeii. Sark-Tebs,
f jlaaaaawa Terjr Urrerat rfTis.areefererj e
crajlasB. ns: attiattaa crrea b SMp-tTa-k. Orders trees th
ar IxUsj. -wm i antmOj xuu'al tsx
Tkaakfat u u Cr!leaa aT rjosaM lid tt T.-.w.
t-rOT ta- rk!r SUn. ratraaare ia tfcepul, a. Lc by
sria xasiuoc ttbcstaatacentOiitutrdinata
- - - - r Hs
Carriage and Sign Painting.
THE CSDEIlSIGJfED kaifez
r asxa mi fx a ccs7taat
- axfksraa. s, aoa txcrar to ecx.
UKti(a Iha&MCLsUaaek. aad ;I6 PALkllAO
TTXfag Strtet. IiVeafalg.
K. STCKOFT.
E0C5E AXD EEI2 JLT7JT3E2,
Ha a kui, Ea&-7ak. WuerVrcti. Waxk-Eu
ram aad I2S Pasia, Lead ssl f3xlTxaril Iraz Fea,
. fakrTi gria. worka. Ecatkotu. Ftamkerbttke
etrr. h. was late sj arii enstiitl3iaaairk-
r" . flOcx
BARTLETT SALOON,
T
WIIXIAJX II UGH IX,
. Cavaer oT Uacai aasd Fort jtmb.
rpHE CHOICEST AXD BEST OF ALES. WINES
JL and Spaiu a!itji to be facsd at the Bar. SlyC
TT7IXDOYV GL.VSS, Aaxirted Bins, for
iX K. HACEFFXD k CO.
VO. X A. COOL2E K1CE ajarara ia luutat
aalta-aiJE7
t-tam WAIXZX A AUZ5, Areata '
f
i
FOKKIGN NOTICES.
H. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
JIEKCIIA.AT.S.
405 Frost Sawt, rerzer of CUy, Sa Frisdiro.
s j
The Australian Steam Xariration I'o's
Patent Slip & Engineering Works,
STDXET, Jf. S. AT.
All HUM. t trnmrKitf V"ork, lroo Ci,
5k. WiiWi.ir uJ enm ir" na2n.SAl
vxfoura mad rililclj rw4s uf till
Ult Waaif. caa b Uln a.
Clt I KED. U. TBOCTOS.
Miaiir.
LEAEM0NTH. DICKINSON & Co.,
STliyKT, X. s. v..
General Commission Agents,
VTBI attmi to Um Ml. c4 S.aaidi FrulacT, uxt
ama(. fur ajvaac. an aM.
r . f nr. L GREEN'.. . Haaalsta
ktm- . 'lMACrAKlAiI!LAIKlCo.. rraaaiew
U. J. UOIISKl.
COMMISSION MERCHANT
ASD IXSUKAXCE AGEXT.
41 asd 41 Xtkul'l Eick-T. OUfdraU Sunt. Su
42 rnaeact. CaiMaraU.
L&r taxless
Stitn. Broa 10. ..Sa Traacixo.
ilam. C. Aaalaa. ! t C fa riaaciMx.
Kn. IMUh . Unrakuu &u ftaatfeoi.
Mrw- H. UaHftM 1 Cv HuJ.la.
ua.i . attus. jt aiacx,
' ta;0. K. JtEYI'JES A CO.,
1HP02TERS ft SfAKUFACTTOEKS OF IT ALLAN
. AXD A3LEBICAX yftrijRT.ES,
Maatrb. Cratn. SloaaamiU HnU . Ttaat. Wulh
ttaa. Bt u4 CoitMerT-ja, Bittmrd IVJi. I'irt Brirai.
MutEC. Ac. ixSD luVtttcrt.tt(4it.Caiealk Ckardk
Su1Vac!CjL ' " l-IJ
a. b. iusaii,
bi.mu.1.
WILLIAMS. BLAXCHAED & CO..
SHIFPIXG AXD COMJUSSI0X 2EECHAXTS,
)r) Xa. aiCMrfwaiaSlmt.Su I'raacixo. 3
mscuui, j. cxntaiu.
I-Mtlaai. a. f. 7. Cxi
JTCEAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
FOEWAEDLXG JJiD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Portland, Oregon.
Itarlac beea .arrrJ ta r fm4il V4a frr aavaras
J. aaliKkat4 la a Brfrt MM.
Atac. we rr ywiwi u rewiT. aa .ai p i,toa StiaWf.
ivia.a.Sbiiaps.fUn.PatB. CuaW. Kil, tu aJnatae.
OwtcaJMU .vwllj aaUottaa k the Oregva Market, w
luci naail ateeatMa wilt W pilt. x4 caoa wkkk eua
aaiaaee. will Ve aiae vtM9 repaired.
Caarle. T ipo4;i .
JCXarrjUiO
Frri
IWfir i Liaaeerer.
Jaaw. Patnck t CV.- .
Wa T OoleaHB Cu
mt. BJter Co
AHea i Lr'rn
UaaatilOa
Lrvaaxa Qveea
Saa FraaciM
Ftatlaaa
GRAifDatLflKHOTEL,
Smn Francisco
Johnson & Co., : :
Cala.,
Proprietors,
X.ate of tlie Ilclc Xlooje.
TOHSSOX A CO.. who t rke Wt lix jean hTe area tee
fj pefnuar pnjfreicrs et we -ijct ue. wh pir.sw i
iafai laeir Bf ffeeadi rrahar la RwaoJala aatf the Ha-
valaui Itlaa-x. I ..I ther k.ie left tke -Lick Hoaee"' asd '
area- i tke 6raad Hatel.'' ahick if tke fiaest BoM ilrae
tare vet crcclei the Faric coast, aoa is cor sarpaAsed la
a.-chhecttrI beaati. ehtuce cf fcrnitEre, aad ecfirt, bj
AST HoCl a Asserlca.
Oct oM rauvas aad tke traTehaf; rcWic. wW ad at tk.
-6nad Hotel," alt tke oM taaRfar ftres. aaa alt pnU re
eeceseoieJ t as. w3t be rrceiTed witk ta saw atUatian
aaa coarte.T -.kick m4i tb "lick Bms" fv jpecar wkea
ieroaroiotrf4. Htta auaj tkaaas Uc past liTn.
res?ectraUy subcxt a cooua&iac M7 tbe same.
E. 31. VAS KECI,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Ktniaua, Japan,
Hirii tl bct tdiitM thnmt aa i&tiasAle amatctica
viOi tll0 Japaae trW &r tlie ft ctfbX Jf-vr;. U pre(Mrvr
t trussct aaj taWscM c&trcstl to Lis care, tuIi dMpUtli.
IT lj6
LA5GLEY, CE0WZLL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEUGGISTS,
33 Ccr. Ei-try t Clay S UvSz Frarcsco. ;m
EI1VI JOAES,
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER,
' Labalni, Maui.
Mecer asd Cecralts firabhed t.' kir on the 3ot (srer
19 able IrTM rlx
Xa 5 Merrhast Street, ccpsite tie SiScr'i Hcce,
GENERAL UPHOLSTERER,
IXJ.LI ITS BBAXCHESr
TTAS COSSTiXTLT 03tT JIAXD m. Tarlety
XI ef HOMK-MADE FCE5TXTRE. wkxeb be "CTrr, 1-
) UTIBE LOtTEST MJBKET PBJC CMiaait
Sets of
3EST BLACK WALXTiT PAELOE FUKX1IUKE,
Sprie.Eack Ears-Chairs. Laaxffs and MtrrxvS-
Hi- rrxi Spar Mattrasses, Kbrfrw Stilts ixd k
CcTert awsde ttf bTckr.
Old'FarBltnre Kc-CpUol-tercd,
xVpured asd Ti rented, with litisfMfi.Ti wamdesL
XCa3aad eta .fee mxj itock ber ittrrKxxzrr H-
wkre-
irxe Beunejilae. All cnlers fsn SMasasters aad
tke-rker IxU.- wIU b rrerartlj atteaJeI ta. S-Ty
C W. CREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Lelea, yresfictsrtr. zsl Dealtrj
Is all itcdi of Sm?. Eeef, Vntxon, and Goat
TadiwWasted
OCec. Z Fun 5t. where erden wril he reteirel
ard prosatxij Mtesded ta- (39
PHOTOGRAPHY !
In; citrtif the Ozia cl ttt Day.
HAVING COXSTKCCTZD A XEWSETLIGHtI
xi cade rxrseor ather iapraretresu, I h.p
na ta he aM. ta zait the taf : fattTJiaii with
A Pborosrapb. of any Lxe,
Fraa a CrrsLxI to a 3iatth. takes t the Beat
Style cf Art, and 02 th cast reunsahlo terms.
Also, for sale, Tievj of the Ii'xdj. panrxitl o!
the Elei, Qex, asd ether Xsuh!ej.
H. L- CHASE.
Jl-ly Fert Street.
VOLCANO HOUSE,
CRATER OF KLXA0EA. HAT? AIL
f& THIS ESTABMSHJIEST IS SOW .ofx
o.a tsr tie reeefdoe id rUIM te li Tuum
xlo, who caj- rrtr es Soiisfcraafetle r, a pn4
uai. xal mrrjt xujixitt. Zrjtriaa fsiif li tk
Cramer x!sxrs fcaod.
STFAY AXD ABLfHUJt BATHS J
Hones Grained asd Statled if Desirtd.
CHARGES RKJLSOXABLE.
Farss Tfeilixs; the Vekaao tU JUIe, caa
warrxaxec u asaxe tej)ra7, tj i. IJ.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned .Goat and Sheep Skins,
COXSTAXTX.T OX XULSD and far Sale,
(TOdwaan
WAISE1 T1JIEKT, C. XOTXET, IropV.
SUGAK & .MOLASSES
3
HILO, II. I. "Oj,
.Mab - '
Sugar and j Molasses,
CROP XO' COMING IX, and for alc
in qnantitks to roil ""Tbi'cr?. hr
l-3ta TTAIKER FALLEN. .pnu.
0K0MEA PLANTATION.
Susar tin J IoI!r Crop ISTO
COMING IX. FOR SALE IX QUANTITIES
ta rait Iarciarrt. hr
l-3tn VALKFR A ALLEN, Afratf.
PKINCEVTELE PLANTATION.
Snnr anil ."IIa'f. Crop ITO
COMING IN. FOR SAIaE IN QUANTITIES
ta utt purchaser?. Vt
l-3a WALKER ALLEN. Agtut.
MAKEE PLANTATION.
IXcav Crop of Supir A 3luluitr
T0W COMINt) IN. AND FOR SALE IN QUAN-
ll titles la 4it pnrchr5 by
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cisco, we are in receipt of dates from there
to the 12th hist., ami telegrams from
Europe to the 11th Inst. Tho news is of
the most important character, being no
thing less than the capture of the Emper
or of France by the Germans. He sur
rendered himself to King William Of
Prussia, on the 2d inst,, at Sedan, after
the severe battle which had raged for two.
days, and which, resulted in a complete
defeat of the French, who were shut up
in fortifications in that place, being com
pletely surrounded by an overwhelming
force of Germans,
The Prince Imperial escaped into Bel
gium, from whence he embarked to Eng
land, where the Empress joined him.
A Republic was declared in Paris, on
the 5th inst., a Government formed, and
up to the late&t dates, numerous provincial
towns of France had given their enthusi
astic adherence to the new order of things.
Important events are taking place in
Italy. The Italian Government have
made known its intention to remove the
seat of government to Rome. The Papal
authorities'being quite powerless to pre
vent such an event, will probably make
but little, if 'any resistance.
An earnest movement seems to be on
foot among the Great Powers, not engag
ed in the present war, to bring about a
peace.
King William of Prussia, seems inclined
to ignore the new government of France,
still looking upon 2sapoleon as the head of
that government. This may have the ef
fect to prolong the war, and may lead to
grave complications with other powers,
the end of which it is difliuult to forsee.
The seiges of Strasburg and Metz still
continue. The world will long lament
the total destruction of the library of the
former place, one of the first in Europe,
and of course, the world.
We give below, the most important
telegrams :
Lite Battles
Becssels, August 311. via Lo.ndon August 31.
Tbe Kin; of PrussU baa cent tlie fulloirlDg telegram
to Queen Augusta :
'VuirM3, August SOtb, The Crown Frince
lias been to action nitb tbe Fourth, Twelfth, and
Seventeenth Corps, and tbe Fourteenth Bavarian.
McMibon was beaten, and driven beyond tbe Mt use.
Twelve cons, some tboufaud prisoner! and material
of war were captured."
Beelis, Aucuct 3Ut. Letter from a Prussian
Tbe attempt to iscape from Metz was defeated. A
copy of certain liietructiont of Bazjine's was found
near Metz, from wliicb tbe Prussians learned tbe en
emy was to retire in I ro bodies, one by 'he bigb
road to Mars-laTour and Verdun, and the other br
tbe Turnpike.
Tbis plan was disconcerted by tbe Prussian attack
ou I be fourteenth. TbcFrencb subsequently took
tbe road via Bricy, but were again repulsed, and fi
nally driven rack in the battle of tbe ISlb to tbe
walls of Metz, wbere they have since been confined,
tbeir only way of escaping bring to cut a passage
through tbe Prussian line, wblcb tbey bare not at
tempted. LosDOrt, August 31st. Tbe sufferings of the In
habitants of Strasbourg are terrible. Tbey are
slarrirur, and compelled to live In cellars day and
nisht to avoid tbe uncca-ing fire of the besieger.
Another fruitless sortie was made by tbe garrison on
Monday. ' The Prussian sharpshooters are wltbin
five hundred yards ol the glacis. Many uousea bare
been burned. Tbe arsenal at one time was on lire;
toe ammunition wa safely moved. Tbe fortress
continues to resist
Loxdox, August 3lsL Cable special to tbe fler-
eld.J An engagement took place yesterday between
a strong force of Prussian cavalry and an advance
guard of MrMabon's army. .After a bard contest tbe
French fell back. Tbe Prussians took possession of
Cariznad, on tbe Hoe of railroad from Sedan to
Thionvillebatterlng tbe tails.
EocnxoN, Belgium, August 31st, 9 p. v. Cable
Special to tbe Jlerald. A fearful battle was fousrht
ye&terday and to-day by the Prussian armies of the'
Crown Prince and Prince Frederick Cbirlc with the
forces or ManLM McMahirn.
Testerday morning McMabon commenced a gen
eral movement towards MonlnJedy. Hewasattackc'd
near Beaumsht, and driven back.'afleran obstisale
mislatce, towards, toe BclgUn frontier,
Tbe Pres-Uns occupied I he line ol tbe road, and
captured a large amomit of camp stores.
Tbey drove tbeTnmch from their position, after
fighting until eight coted.
Jh'u raomiog the ta: tie was renewed, and con
tinued all day. During tbe night a large number of
French rrgimentc came op, tot tbey failed to turn
tbe scale of victory. The Prussians were also rein
forced largely, aud attacked lit overwhelming num
bers. MeMshon retreated fo Sedan with tbe remnanct of
bit forces.
Loxdox. Angnst31tt. Public meetings .are held
an oxer Prtiieli lo f UiUlO tbe GoTerDrocnl In proft-
tempts at premature treaty.
Tbe Ttnit-ritririr.g to disentangle tbe news from
the seat of war, says : McMabon seeks to get back
azaln towards Paris. Saturday mornlcg be was at
Steely ; Eandsy. according to Freseb reports, be
re-entered Voccro and BetheL Tbe Belgian ao
csucts report bixn Tuesday at Sedan with tbe Prince
Imperial, asd boufly expecting tbe Emperor. They
had hutesed forward on lea ring tbeEciperor, wbote
Uleeas prerrnted tlm from travtlitg rapidly.
"Some Germans say tbe French were so-sura of
victory at the opening ol tbe campaign that tbey
made no arrangement to save their baggage lo case
of retreat, aud hence tbey bare been compelled to
abandun it In great quantities)."
Chicago, September 1st. A Near York special
eay a private despatch from B--Ia says that fight
ing has been goitg on Jor foe i between McMa
bra and PrDer Charles. Boll, uiles are Working
for position, and tbe confiicta have been between
delscbrd Corps. Tl fighting, bower er, la said to
have been despesue. The Prussians bare captured
three eagles, four mUraOUtm and several thousand
prisoners, while tbe French have captured thirteen
pieces of artinery, Inclsdtngtbetanroui Tubingen
Battery.
There was a fresh engagement again this morning,
about all milts from the Belgian frontier, between
the command of Frottsrd and tbe Pruxxlana under
Von Wardea, wblcb It U Dellered' here (Brnaael.)
wmiBTolTebim'araltalBdetUlfebtiUe.
A dispatch from London dated midnight, sars
that McMabon lias tn uttoily routed after two
days" battle, and la falling back ou Pari.
LoxrioM, September 1L Cablo special to tbo
Ji-soMnf."! A special correspondence of the 2H4nne
writes from Paris, on Wedneiday, that provisions! or
all kinds are already rtnchlug famine ptlcca; butter,
salt and potatoes are double, aud meat triple the
usual cost; tra'trsmcn are miueatcd to sell only In
limited quantities. Preparations are bring made) on
a vast scalo for the wounded; college, lyceums,
schools and convents are couvcrted into hospitals,
By order of the Uorcrnment, tbe Palace ol Ver
sailles, Trianon, St. Cloud, St. Germain, and Ram
boulllct are to be Imoutllitely prepared for tbe tarns
tiurpose. Many private bouse hao beepgivenup;
the rich offer Ibelr country souls and the poor their
single room. Tbe Omnibus Company has given
several departments.
Sedan, Sept 1st, 3 r. u. A battle bat raged since
balf-rus1 S o'clock thla A. M.; our forces have ad
vanced victoriously. The Fourth, Fifth and Soy.
euth Corps, and Bavarians were engaged. Tbe ene
my was almost entirely driven Into, tbe city.
London, Sept, 2d, 4:S0 r. M. It la reiiorted from
private sources that On Wednesday, Bazlue attemp
ted to cut his way out ol the foitlOcatlont of Metz.
Tbe battle lasted all day, and in the evening, but on
Thursday morning Bazine was agalu driven within
the walls. Losses were extremely severe on both
sides.
Brussels, Sept. 2d. By Cable special to thb
New Tork Hmld. About seven hundred Prussians
and two thousand Freticb, were forced luto Belgium
territory; they laid dowp their arma and will pass
through this evening for Bruges or Lokercr.
London, Sept. 2d. Cable special to tbe TVicsmr.
A Trioan special dispatch from Brussels at 3 o'clock
this afternoon savt: "McMahou I completely
shut up In Sedan. Uno hundred French soldier
souqbt reloge In Belgian territory, and were 'dis
armed." Tlie same correspondent, t.u hour later, says tbo
Prussians are between the frontier and tbe North
em rortreis, aud McMabon bat probably been cut
off from tbe last road left him to Parts.
Bjzine baa been completely beaten before Metzby
Prince Frederick Onirics,
French Fugitives are running about Brussels mad
with excitement.
The same correspondent a 5 o'clock, says 8,500
French iufantry, 500 cavalry, two cannons t.nd sev
eral military trains have crossed tbe Belgian , fron
tier. Tbe troops laid down their arms and were
sent to Ecloo. Three hundred Prussians, wounded,
wbo asked an asylum, were sent to Barges.
Tbe Prnseian corps engaged In Thursday's battle
viz: the4tb,Stb, Uth and 12tli Guards and Bava
rians, comprises 174,000 inlantry, 17,000 cavalry, and
4S0 gnus nearly half of which belonged to the army
of tbe Crown Prince of Prussia.
McMabon' whole force was engaged, probably
one hundred and tifly thousand of all arms; thctrcln
forcemenls from Paris could uot have reached him.
Lo.vdox, September 2J. Special cablo to tho icr
aid. From German official accounts of the battle at
Mets, it appexrTtnat Basaise was evidently acting in
concert with McMabon. Tbe battle lasted a day and
a night. Bataine was driven lack after a display of
great valor, The loss of life on both sides was terri
fic. Tbe Fourth Landnehr fought gallantly; tbe
First Army Corps was congratulated by Prince Fre
derick Chiries on their victories.
MlsGoLsncw, September 2d Noon. The siege of
Strasbourg continues. A sortie by the garrison was
made at four o'clock in the morning. Th French
o;eced with a very strong, but not Well-directed fire
along the whole front, when a heavy artillery fire en
sued. The lass sustained by the Prussians is not yet
known, but is Considered unimportant.
Loxdoj, September Id. Cable special to tbe Tri-
6ne. A special correspondent of tbe Tribune tele- j
graphs from Berlin the following official despatch from
Mars-la-Tour, near Metz, dated September 2d :
" From the morning of tbe 31st of August until noon
of September 1st, Baialne, with several corps, unin
terruptedly attempted to break from Mets in a norther
ly direction. Under tbe chief direction of Frinee
Frederick Charles, Gen. ManteutTel defeated all these
attempts in a glorious engagement, which may be de
signated as the battle uf Xiesieville, and tbe enem
was thrown Lack into the fortress.
" The First and Ninth Corps and the Sivison of
KummerKn and the Landwehr and Twenty-etghtb In
fantry Brigade participated in the engagements.' The
principal fights were at Serigny, Niesserille, and lie
tonfay. Our losses ara not large. The enemy's is
very heavy.
" General TJrich, of the garrison ef Strasbourg,
made a sortie and was defeated with loss.
" The defeat of McMabon is complete."
New- Yore, September 3d. The despatch from
King William to the Queen reads as follows :
BzroaESznAX, Faascz, Friday, September 2d.
1 :30 p. u. Frost Kij William lo (ie Queen! "A
capitulation, whereby the whole French army at Se
dan ara prisoners of war, has just been conelnded
with Gen, Wimpfien, comrnandinginstead of Marshal
MeMahon, who is wounded.
''The Emperor surrendered himself to me. As he
had no' command, ha left everything to the Begeney
at Paris. I shall appoint his residenco after an inter
view with him at a resdezout to be fixed immediately.
'" What a course evinti, with God' guidance, have
taken!"
The Dorrender or tbe Emperor.
Losdon, Sept. 3. fable special to the: Tribune.
Tbe apeclal correspondent of the Tribune telegraphs
from tbe King headquarters at Veodrea, near Se
dan, on Friday:
"-The battle of Sedan began at tlx In tbe morning,
on Sept. 1st. Two Prussian Corp were In position
ou the west of Sedan, having got there by long:
forced tnacbes.
"To cut off tbe French retreat to Mezicre, south
of Sedan, there was tbe First Bavarian Corps), and
east, across tbc Mense. tbe Second Bavarian Corps.
The Saxon were on tbe northeast, wltb the Guards.
" I was. wltb tbe King throughout tbe dsy, on tbe
bill above Slelnmetz, commanding a splendid view
of tbc valley and field.
"After a tremendous battle, tbe Prussians having;
completely surrounded Sedan, and tbe Bavarians
having entered tbe fortifications, tbe Emperor ca
pitulated at 5:15, r. M. His letter to tbe King of
Prusri said:
" j! lean r.Udleattht htadqfmy army, I lay my
neord at Uufett of your JIajtUy.'
"Nspoleon left Sedan for tbcPrntslan headquarters
at I A. It., Bept. 2d.
" McMabon' whole army, comprising 100,000 sol
diers, capitulated without condition.
"The Prussian tad 240,000 men esgigtd, cr la
tbe reserve; the French. 120,000."
The special correspondent of tho TrUmn tele
graph from Arlon, on Fridiy evening ;
"Every house Is filled wltb French refugees from
across tbe frontier. The frpnfler villages are crowd
ed, ana it is aimcull to get anything to eat."
From Pari.
A cable special to tbe Tribune, of tbe same date,
from London, ssys : From Paris, tbe come aeconuts
of tbe poverty of tbe Parisians. Tbey tre preparing
for famine by expe'lllDgall foreigners not possessed
of means for their support, Tha poor French ire
retained, If able-bodied, for military service; If not,
they are sent to tbe country.
"Tbe Psrii fortifications sre completed.
"General Trocbn is virtually Dictator, My In
formant left Paris on the 2d of September; to-day
Is tbe last day of grace?. '
'London is-wild wltb delight over tbe PrtMtata
triumph. Tbe street, for hours, were Sled with
excited crowds. Englishmen congrelulfrtc each
other as if there had bcc aa EsglUh. victory. 8p f
pathy with the FrnMlaM never so strongly
manifested.
"Thenrrenderw pnbifihed here bytbeAttfy
.Vesta In an extra, at half past 10 this morning; other
paper soon followed. Placards were posted every,
wherein the streets, and thousands of dispatches
were cnt In every direction."
The lh1 Mall OatetU ay the new may ba re
garded as final. If the Emperor hopes, by a tastily
patched up peace, to find the means to transfer the
tbrono to bla sou, It Is the last and greatest delusion
of hi Ufa of delusions; ha msy find It easier to be
gin, tbsn to cud a war.
Peace I by no mean yet certain: there la no
Government to mako peace. Imperialism It dead;
an Orleans Government or a Republic can'hardly
begin by a surrender. France hat' for the first time
to set; her eye are fdr the first time opened.
Tbe Vrnfs; Standard says Sedan Is th. Erupem't
Waterloo; tbo second Empire Ir now overthrown.
The Standard deprecates exultation, and expresses
heartfelt sympathy with tbe fallen sovereign.
aaTba Kcho taya the Emperor laatacl doea.w-bat,U
possible to redeem hi fault; tbe author of the wtj
surrendered himself to tho conqueror, admitting
hit own defeat, which may help to avert that of
France.
London, Sept, 3. A dispatch from. Sedan, via.
Bouillon, Sept. 2d, midnight, ssjs: "The, die 1
cast so far a McMsbon's One army and tho fortune
of war are concerned ; all I over wllh France.
" I liavo already telegraphed briefly tbe battle of
Tuesday and Wednesday. Each day's, fight was ter
rible ; tbo retult at the close of etch day was favor
able to tbe Prussians. Thursday, at daylight, slowed
tbe French reinforced, and occnpjlng a strong and
elevated position from Baxlelles, extendlngdown
tbe railroad to Douay, and then to Malry, on the
line of tbe Mcusc.
New York, Sept. 5th. Amsterdam despatches, say
that tha Prince Imperial was captured with the Em
peror and 120,000 msn. Th Prince was not taktn
with th Emperor. Ed. Gax.1
She Filryrua has this :
"iWi, .SVpr. itb. Ths Empress has con-antadto
join her husband and son, having received assurance
that she will not be regarded as a Prussian prisoner.
"Trochu will bo mad dictator, and Paris will ha
defended to th last."
A dispatch from Washington says :
"Minister Washburna telegraphed to the Depart
ment of State that th Empire is ended, and that the
excitement In Prl is Intense.
Pants, Sept. 4th, Midnight. As th Proclamation
of the Minister of War announcing the capitulation
of McMahon't army and the capture of the Emperor,
became known, the excitement among the people was
indescribable. All tbe evening, great crowds occu
pied the Plteo da la Concorde, it being known that a
stormy scene had taken place in th Corps Legislatif.
Pabis, Sept. jib, & A. M. The manifestation
were kept up during the entire night. Tbe crowds
demanded "Decheasoe." Troehu was shouted for,
and he appeared and spoke, saying that be had taken
an oath, and a an honest man he eould not break it.
The Chambers must answer them. At midnight,
crowds assembled around the Corp Legislatif build
ing and shouted that the Emperor, having fallen Into
the hand of the enemy, it was now time for th peo
ple to rise and chase oat the invaders. Tbe Corps,
however, adjourned till to-day, assurances having
been given that the day should not pass without some
determination worthy of France.
Later in the evening a large crowd assembled on
the Boulevard Bonne A'ouvtlU parading and shout
ing "Decheance," and "Five (a Front I" They
were charged npoc by the police, who used fire arms,
and. It is reported, some persons were mortally
wonnded.
At this early hour In the morning great crowds are
In the streets, and the journals are sought for with
avidity. The popular agitation is very great and tha
feeling against the invaders singularly unanimous.
(.Voom.) There ia an enormous erowd about the
Corps Legislatif building, where tbe deputies are to
meet at 1 o'clock. Military preeauticm to preserve
order hare been taken on a large scale. Though the
people do not seem Inclined to rioting, tbey are. much
excited and demand "decheance."
Among these the members of tbe National Guard
who are without arms join in tboutipg, and urge all
they meet to go to the Corps Legislatif building. It
is hoped that the measures taken will secure quiet.
PabiSjI P. M. The mob continue to beat down
tbc signs containing Imperial arms and medal. Ia
some cases the peopla have climbed nptbe highest
stories to erase from tbe theatres tbe word "Impe
risL'" Extreme cars is evinced to respect the arms
of all olber nations.
1:30 p st. Tbe city now present one of the raot
imposing popular display ever witnessed. Ooo
thousand armed citizen are marching to tbe Corp
Legislatif, surrounding tbe building, amid the fren
zied hurrahs of countless misses, wblcb, art filling
every avenue leading to tbe balL No symptoms of
disorder yet, only a unanimous expression of tha
popular wlIL
Before tbe residence, of General Trochu, in the
Louvre, there Is a compact. mass of people, awaiting;
the return of the Governor. Around the Tnlleries
is a strong military force, guarding against any poJ
tibia display of popular Indignation. Hundreds of
thousands of citizen are still passing towards tha
Corps Legislatif The place da la Concorde Is one
mass of human beings. '' ' '
Sept. 6th, 3 r. ssv It is novr impossible to reach
tbe Corps Legislatif, owing to tbo enormou crowd
surrounding tbe building.' It is reported that a vote
of forfeiture was carried by yea is5, ot,ja none.
The people are wild with' excitement, and ar rush
ing through tbe (tree's dlspjaylog placard with the.
vote of the Corp Legislatif Inscribed thereon, and
(bout of "Vive la Republlque," are heard on ait
sides.
Regiments pasting Into the city am received by
tbe popnltce with, tbostt pf "Vive la LIgne," Wlra
la UepubHqne." The Jfatlontl Guard teveried their
I arm a the regulat troop passed, as a slgoof amity,
j The troops ara.slnglng "Monricr ponr la. Patrle.1'
j Tlie scene Is one of judescribable excttctnepL
j Rumors of all kinds are In circulation, and It is
; Impossible to ascertain their foundation. But ou
sentiment seems to be paramount resistance to tbo
I invasion. "All the Dttlon to the rescue," about tbsr
pepple, aud tbe troops Join enthusiastically, Tbe,
Garde Nttfonale say order must be preserved. The
people evince but little desire td create trouble, aid.
all seem overjoyed at the rote of ' deebesjaee.1
Lates Crowds are beginning to tsar (tows tk
Imperial arms from tb front of (hops, asd taaa
t're' fear that this may lead to serious' trouble,"
tbe National Guard I not tscBoed to perari". uay
dlsorder. -
There is much confolon la ti city, m4 sack hm
tnecte crowd about tho Corps Lsllit!f' that it 1
Impossible to get, at present, firthfal eooaf eY
the btslnest; tfsptacted by the t)sptt. '
It is now reported on good aatkorkf, tMt tSft
tbe vote of 't.ecbencer" f forfeiture th nJorrty re-.
tired. The members of the tJutWVLefti an'd Caa-
tre Qauche (Left) remained, eonaaMtyg abdal Pro-
vlilonsAUovcromeut, sod orx)laglhefl!owlg'jer.
on: yules Fsvre, Gambetta, Jules Sljaoo, iKer.
try, Picard, Pelietsa, and Jules Terry;
Piaisf September WiL The oe-Mo9 ef Rows
by lb- Italian, ttods U.ptd latHatl: ; T
WAfHISOTOJf, Sptub SthTU feUtrSa fS
clal dispatch Is just received at the Xaawvtioa of V.
.North German Union s '' Tb.'IaorXsswtaoa Mar
las; declared that iU aj:tliKr fsmwWr iU fraj
njitUtat4es,,tJ Fswa .fli niajaat' aaiagai;
rA&itimWFri .' -cn'i
Loxpoa, fiifitmUf othfCaMs smW tsj
r3-A! lorr..t UTil&'&
grat h s sas tW baiti 0 laa aaa ttt skMarf

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