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Every "Wednesday Morning',
AT SIX BOI.LAJIS PJSI2 AXXUM.
IWeAsr. (sl.crliera, SS.00 lo $10.00.
n 4 'T'lrri1
Uij Ej I I I ..
. ' ..l. it ' avA jjliua
-tiiis omcE is sow jjar.
at O Qmw Street, in tiie old
ikwM- BdMug, Hoiwlulu, IL L
TO EXECUTE iAI-l- ORDERS
For Plain and Fancy imtntg,
OP KyaTtT naNTBTTTinV
VOL. ArI-K0. 38.
HOSOLUCC, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEE 5, 1870.
IS6.00 PER TEAR.
IVITir JVJSA TiVESS fc DISPA TCM
1-itxan. aant fMM aw- X lUrux. at tbe Goitm-
EtJETEK ASS VEeilSAXE BEAIXS
XJCIwlCTK AN8 BE ft IT?. IS BOOTS," SHOES
t Mink. Mfserjr, Ac, una
i Mt Ok. (Mm teteered.
a. c ncrriOT. ?u
ItttT PET5KIAS, AND STIEGEOK.
' HaO, Hel Street,
, TrikC IVwwer, Mot,
JOI1.-V II. PATT,
fsMK Otesdwisser of Deeii
HrW Oi IM H. 0to. BwkrfW
III.I.IC:iIA?I A: CO..
n3"ETXES AX3 DEALERS IS HABDWABE,
t- r. 1UM- S. C. W1LBIK.
AIAJIS .V 1VII.DKK.
x.cnSEESS ASD-OJt3aSSI0S JEE CHANTS,
X Siy. .WW!. H. I. jit
ii. iiAcurni.o .v co..
BEX EE AL COmSSION AGESTS.
. K. X. Pi
2D. E0FFSCH1AEGER & CO.,
ixpxe2s axb oeiaassioK xerchauts,
4- SWere. oa h 1 Hr
TtlUODORK C IIBCCK.
ixMSsies ass cexmssios xebchant.
psoas. H. I. fly
I'. A. SCIlAIJI'IlIt A: CO.,
Oaks. H X- Pi
c k. Lwsaa. WCKSO.
LB1VRRS .V DICKSO.f,
AM) DEALZBS IX LUXBEE,
M toawa. af Mta( IhMkk. Street, H l
JOIIA S. JIcGUUlV, .n. IK,
FKTSrCIA" AXB SBEGEOS,
MBk L CW-r Hit Hi. rn Stn Oae boors.
anattTea a . .wd Ttwre Fre r X.
im MM UC son
AIXBX & CHILLIXGWOB.TH.
Itlf II I-' ..It,,!. a I .
SSnin'ili wbilsaM..taw it imt -Oct
aaa at M uaata.it. Mm. farewwod
JOlt.A x. iv.vximiioi.Tsi:.
UCPETEE AXD praTTtt 15 GENERAL
t Wt Scrr. II n ili H I. ly
AV. I GltKKV,
eixEEAL 0 1U11SS MIX AOEXI AXD BSOKEB,
nn ni 1 1 "--r .-, 11.
T- Tit.!, w lT. & Hrarrt. 1r
C K. AVIUL1A3IS,
XAX5XACTTCEE, rCPaaiES AXD BEALEB
SMI AM) SHOE Tf AKTR,
CASIXET TfAKTB AXD CPHOLSTESEB
j If mat U hkiiI ln4 TmnMmrt. Pit
TllKO. II. 1KVVIKS,
pti ;uiw, luu 1 0.l
IZF8STES A.N0 OOKKISSI05 KEBCHAXT,
iiHiic ftwry 3-lj
XXP9E3XBS AXD "WHOLESALE DEALERS
lL t Vti " Clilfctif. IUU. C. Booa. Sun. ul
t, A. WACKEKt t. C ALLZX.
AVAI.1CBU Ac A1X.E3T,
ESLTPCTS AXD COXJOSSIOX KEE CHANTS,
SI aa Stt By.lafc. H. 1. prS
l L. XOItlllUlX.
DEAIXS IX LTJKBEE AND EVEBT ETND OP
M aaiaa Orarr area aad ran .treeta. let
HL? CHANDLEBS & COHXISSIQX XEECHAXTS
am far. Maaclala. rartiraUr attntJea paid to tbe
laiati i aad aate r rha-awaa rroiaee.
atToaaT rtxsrtanrx ro
mmBCa. iH IlacahM Co,
laVjimialt'ri 1. JCartbaOuoka. .
Cciniea Xerthast aid General Agent,
1141111 if ec erber-CKBCM asersreaa"Coo,
VlUu tkealar ta BiwaSaa Prodaca, aad Areat fjr tte
raacaa aad Aaaal ffatat riaatatiana, rtre-rroof
faare Saaaaa Street, bek-w Riir Sl-lrS
LICENSED SHIPPISG AGEKT,
OSc c Ji.tj Bciizicr. & Co'i Vtxri
U ail Tan tS erttHmr with
uattedauel oa tbeir rbixTlcr at hi.
rUetacoedaTvctoriadvect coo&ecsks wltb acr oat
aaiatan.Wtia aiat. aadasiewiac aodebu to reatlacted
tayfeiaaOca. W bay,, tcwjre a fool utitfirTloo ia tbefs-tx-e
a.-ae aa. ta taw w l-2q
GSOCESIES! GROCERIES J!
Quick Sales and Small Profits!
BYAH'S IIOjU) STOiE;
1 Ccz. Naaaas aai JccU Sttwatx. 6b
J4-. Kswr -
ITT' jtftq ;-..
",.01.1 I MMUm,
IVj.ll.l;.-!' Miu-ll i .
V taw AS.nn .. lif - llyn
.ioiia s. ?icki:u, n. w.,
( tut iapoi C. S. Amy )
Ou le nwvlttJ .T hM ifHec i ffe.pteia 5t.. t-t.r.n
f- uxl r.irt flv. Sa
.1. S. DICKSOA,
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
Xo. 93 King Strict,
Pu4j rrporiM Wrrv JMUogbua Co.
SraMnf MarWfn. GiMinp, CalMmlaier. Plrr-
OEee, Ccr. Fort & Hotel Streets. Pj
X. C. CB1LL1VEL. C. A. ILCME.
CILVLIV-IIEI t CO.,
ESTPOBTESS AXD DEALEBS IN "WIXES,
rfc(. Airs Jtc, No. S, SscuiiStrKt,7paKeMFrcbuit
!md, llmMa. 12-1?
A. S. CXKG1IORA,
WHOLESALE AXD BET AIL DEALEB IN
nr-roef 5t, oon- of Qmetn ut& Eubafflun 5trctf.
RrM EtUWMHimtU. on Xncmsn Stmt, ul en thr arnrr
4 rartminl tl.n flrrl. 1Ht6
mu rrci. s. a. r. utm
C. imElVI'.K A: CO., .
noxoi.ri.rj, it. i.
AGK.VTS Of Uic Bolton aud Honolulu Psckrt
J ACEXTS-For th- ?IUrr, AV.Ilnku anct II. n.
AGISTS-For the Purrll.tr and Salt of Iiland
. r. EBLE1IS. A. JAEGER.
JB. I KIILKKS Ar CO..
DEALEBS IN DBT GOODS AND GENEBAL
F. A. SCIIAEFEK,
. GK1T for tile DRE9ICX BOARD or
Ataat far tb Ireairfi Board ef Undrrwritrrs,
Anot far tar Tim. Board at TJndcnrritm.
C. S. 1IAKTOW,
AU CTIO N E E R ,
$atraMi on Qnrro Strrtt, one door frrx Kwihmtao
JI. S. GKIXBAIJ3I Ar CO..
: UCPOBTEBS AND WHOLESALE DEALEBS
( la raa&kaaMr CkMhjae. U.ti, Caps, BiU. Siior. and
rirrj TarMjr of GfOUrarD't Di'mrr tnrBlanc oooca.
Sura la M.Vrr'i Block, Quern Street, IIctioIoIo, II I.
AI-OAG A: ACIIUCK.
Ipcrter Wholesale and BeUil Dealer! in
AadOrieaGaod. ia tar Fire-proof Store .-B Xoa.na Street,
noer the rMlrllaM. AM' S
D. H. JUTCHCOCK,
G. AV. OKTO.
COOPER AND G AUGER,
At the Xew Stand ba the Esplaaade.
lie at araaared u auakd to all aock la bu line at tbr Sbvp
aext to tbe Cattom lloaee, aaere be can be fwed at all
aarklBC aaan. He bar babd aad tor Mle, Oil &li
aa4 Barrel, of di0creat HSa, Eew aad old. wbicb be 1U
h4I at tar rerr Love Market K.tee All .a dose lo a
tfeoroacb awaaer aad warraated to pre rattflactioa. All
i tavd. ul Couprrmc M.teri.1, aao Touto fur aale- lm
"WAGON AD CARRIAGE BUILD EE,
TO Iwln Mrtrt, lloitolulu.
F.inc duae vith ctvre Mid M&t
a. AVr trttclrr k!t-atka rirm
tn RlMrlMrkitirftf aim. lr ahCHOt.
J. NOTT & CO.,
Ori'KK & TIN SMITHS", make every de-
Ktiottoli of work is their hoe. nud oo i'l.oU-
tiupt r eUewhere. Ther also keep on hand a foil
- heet Capper, Eheet Tin,
Sheet Lead, Sheet Iron,
Iron Wire, Copper Wire,
Soft A Br Solder. Pail Eari.
Pressed Boeket Corers.
Black and Tinned Rirett,
Copper RireH. etc.
Alia hand, a few nre of
THOSE SPI.EXD1D COOKIXG STOVES,
Beeetred bj tbe Sjren."
"CMUn Plant" and "Grav Jaekelt." together
wltb a Tarietjr at Japanned W.a"re. aad manr artidet
sfeiwl In the Kitchen. fST Work oa Boildin.
rack a jrntterf, fpooUjWater-pipef. Ac. Ehip-work
wA aert With prompt attention at No: S Eaabumann
COOPER AND GATJGER,
At tie Old Stand, corner Kixg and Bethel Strecti.
A Larre Stock cf Oil Shookf and all rlnd of Cocperinc
Matenah oocttaatlr c fcaad. lie hoot br .tsmtioo to
tariam t. merit a centlDCure of the rtmre abtrh be
bai fceretebre esjored, and Cx wtich he new retoraf hu
J. II. XIIOJIPSOZV,
Qneta Street, Eosolslu,
Tia. coattaaT 00 Laod ana for ale at the Lowest Market
Price, a kvoS assortment of the1ie.t Ecnned Bar Iron, and
lie ErI feiacknaitb CoaL St-tst
r. II. A; G. SIIGELKO,
TIK, ZINC ASH COPPEH SMITHS, AHD
SHEET EOS WOBEXBS,
Scsass Street, octrees Kerchant ir.d Qsees.
naretfsDorUBtlr on band. SUrreJ, Pipe, Galrarlzed
Iron Fire, plain and II ewe Bjafeaf trivcoct,, India
Eabber llorr Ami Uj. ia leartba of S aad SO
feet, with eoaAiaci aad pipe caaete. BatbTnU,
aad also a Terr larre stoca of Tlawereof ererj de-
Parttrslar attentkn rixrn to Sbip-tToik. Order, froca the
aUrr Idaads wfil be carefaUr attended to.
Tbankfal to tbe Otixrai of lioadala and the IaUncj
reaerailj ffe thf ir liberal patrooare ia tbepatf. we bepe bj
triet attestaan to besutesa ta ment the sacia for tbe future.
Carriage and Sign Painting.
THE rXDERSJGXRD harttr:
--V r -u.w .T. .iw, m .Bill
vurkraan, l now piepared toatxarntt
aa iziStri is the lis. cf CAKlAGt and S1CX PAIM1K0
Z3- la x aTarsfT ts Warraat Satitfactica. "Sa
86m T6 King Street. Huaorala.
HOUSE AND SHIP PLTJHBEE,
Sirg Street, text to the Seaziu't BtheL
Bai on hand, Balb-Tabs, truer-Clceeti, ITuh-Batina,
Paree and lift Pczaa, Lead aad Galraaixed Iron fipea,
and Plombera Braar-worka. Beiat; Use onlj Ptascberui tbe
cur. h win eiacsteall cader. eatrutad to hint la a work
baaliae taanaor. fla
Comer of Hotel and Fort Streets.
THE CHOICEST AXD BEST OP ALES, WINES
and Spaitt alwajf ts be fotrnd at the Bar. ;!Its
TTTIXDOrT GLASS, Auctted Siret, for aale
131 ij H, HACKTEIJ) A CO-
TO. 1 &. COOLXE RICE alvrara ax taatnd
L w and foraal. ty
KAIX A ALT it, Arttta
- i I -
.-H. W. SEVERANCE & CO..
General Shipping & Commission
405 Front Street, corner of Clay, San Francisco.
g .1 J i . .
The Australian Sleam Navigation Co's
Patent Slip & Engineering Works;
' stdxst, x. s. iv.
. ry All elates of EnKiarrrine Work, Iron
2ai9blp-baildin; aad rrorral rblir. refalrsSiia
exrcuea cheaplj and eipeditloMlT. J- VraieU J tbe
ilj I I.I.I'. Jl. 1 1.U l U-, .
LEARMONTH, DICKINSON & Co.,
General Commission "Agents', "
WBl attend to tbe nlr cf Sandakb Irtand Prodoce, and
arranre for adraocre. eaiaa.
r fW. L 0REE.N Hooolnln
trra TO.. . JIACKAEUOCK. BLAIR A Co... fan PranriKS
II. J. IORSE1,
v commission :merchant
AXD IKSITBANCE AGENT,
41 and 42 Merchant'. Jricbaocc, Callfmia Street, San
46J llanciieo, California.
Veaira. Brawn I Co... San FraocUco.
Meura. C Adldie Low Oo San Franc i-co.
Irs.r Ilelladaj A Brenham San FraocJMo.
Veasre. II. llaeVfeld AO. JW u lloojilola.
uasa.xiitu. juils j.iioci,
EEO."N R. ,ME"ERS Ar CO.,
IMPOBTEES & MANtTFACTTJBEBS OF ITALIAN
AND AMERICAN JIABBLES,
Mantel., Oratea. Jlcammenta Head Stenea. Tomb,. VTab
.tand. B.rrao and Conatrr Tits. Billiard Bedl. Fire Brkks
lltarr. Ac, lc.(OOItkttStrrt,oppciteCaIholicCborth.
San FrandKO. CaL 133-ljX
a. a touixs,
a. r. BtAJCHABB,
C. - V0EG1X.
WILLIAMS. BLAKCHAED & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
4c So. 35 CalitTnia Street. San rrancfeco. S
j. c xrxntu.
Tortland. S. F. Cat,
M'CEAKEK, MERRILL & CO.,
IIirjnR been erxaced in our preeent bniloeu for npwards
of t welre jeari and being kicatrd in a Firr-rrcf Brkt B rilo
dinc, we .re prrparrd to receiTe anddUpoee 4 Uland SUpleft,
TOcba.Sncar.SjrBpsRJce.Polo, Coffee, etc., to adrantage.
Camirnnenll eTiecwtlj 4idlrd l- tbe Oregon Market, to
which prral attention will tie paid, and npon which caab
alTanret will It made when reqnlred.
Chailr. W Bwok, ,..Saa rrandsco
J C Merrill t Co "
Fred Iken T. ... ..... "
Badger lAftdmberrer .
Jamrl Patrick O, . "
WmTColrmtB On. ......... ...
Stereo,. Btr Co ,
Alleo Lewi, Portland
Leonard Green - '-'J
a:tn Francico, Cain.,
Johnson & Co.,
Lale of tlie Llct House.
JOHXSON" A CO.. who tbe lest Ii year, bare been tbe
n refer rerewters ef tbr "Lick ll.-o wilb plr-icr.
irf em' tbrlr mar friend, teridinr lir Ilonointo aad ike Ha
w titan Itbwd. tbat thej bare Irft tbe "Lkk IIoa" and
ore 4 tbe "Grand HeArl," watch irtbe rirt Hotel sirnc
tore Tet erected on the Parine wt. nd i not torpaterd la
archi'tectoral beant y, elegance ef famlturr, and cjmfart, by
aar llvtrlsn AnMrka.
Our oM patron, aad tbe trareling patHe, wtB tod at tbe
Grand IMrl," all the old fsarfrUr fce. and all gnrsts rr
cwwtmended to ns. will be rrceired wllh tbe asnie attention
aad eonrte-j which tn.de the "Lick Huose" so aopnlar wken
nndec onr eontnd. With minj tbaaka fa- past f.Tors. we
rerpectf oJlj .elicit a conllananra of tbe same. fSJaac
i:. 31. VAA REEI,
flaring tbe best farilitlr, through an rntinnte connection
with tbe J.paneM trade fw tbr part eicbt Tears, ia preirru
to transact anj bnneas entmsted to bis care, w itb dupatcb.
LASGLEY, CROWELL & CO.,
sq Cor. Battery & Clay SU,SanFraneico. &
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER,
Money aad r.fniiU rarshbed to SLij cm the mott ftTor-
AV ALL ITS BRAXCBES,
nAS COXSTAXTLTV OX IIAXD wmrlety
cf IIOVILVMADE ICRXIITRE. which be Cer fwr
sale A T THE LO 1TST MARKET PJUCE&, cuosistisg 4
BEST BLACK WALNUT PABLO H FTJENUUKE,
Spricg-Back J- J Chairs, Lounges and Mattraasra.
Hair and Srerng Mutraase, Window Shades and -lij-CoTrrs
, Old I'tirnltare Re-Upliolxtered,
r j ) t - : .
Eepsired and Tarnfahed. with eatisfaction warranted.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing else
rf- Terms Reaaonable. All ordrrs from Shtp-maiteri aad
LheMtber llanc. wHI bepromtels attenJed 10. 5-iy
C. W. CREY 6c CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Leleo, MannXiCtirert and Dealers
In all kinds of Soap. Beef, Motton, asd Goat
OSee. 30 Fort Sect, where orders will'he recelred
and promptly trtended to. 59
Improvement is the Order of the Day.
HAVING COXSTRCCTED A NEW SKTLIGHT.
and made rarions other improTersents, I hope
cuw to, be able to aoit the most faztidioca with
A "Pliotorjrapli of any Size;,
Frees a Crrstal Lo a Mammoth, taken in the Best
Style of Art, and on the most reasonahU terms.
Alto, for sale, riews of the IslaLds, Portraits of
the Eis,.Qseecs, aad. other Sotahles.
" "H. L. CHASE.
SJ-ly Tort Street.
CRATER OF KILAtTEA, HAWAIL
3 Tins ESTABL.ISIIWEXT isxoivsex
Tt opto for the meption of risitors to tbe Tokmno XZ
llooe, wboEiar rrlr rrm fiadinsTCcanf.table roocu, a-good
table, and prompt attendance. .Experienced rdde. fa- the
Crater always oa band.
STEAK AND SXTLPHUK BATHS !
Hones Grained and Stahled If Desired.
Tarti, TlSitlng the Tokxno ria Hili, can pnicsnaaisBals
warruted to make thejoarcej, by I. u. Ilrrcncccx. tq.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
COXSTAXTJVr OX BAUD and for Sale,
WAIHEA TAJTXKKV, CJOTLEY, Prop'r.
MSc A. S. CLSSUOKX, ArrJ. 1
SUGAR & aMOLASSKS
w3 iiilo, n: i.;
Vy ' -J
Sugar and Molasses,
CROP NOW COMIXG IN, and for fale
in qn&ntities to suit purchasers, br
1-m WALKBK A ALLEX. Agents.
Sur;:ir anil 3IoIns.!e Ci-op 1870
COMING IX. FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, pt
l-3m WALKER A ALLF.X. Apents.
PRINCEVILLE PLANTATION. ? .
Su.r-and Molaj.s.ei5-Crop I67t. ,
COMIXG IX. FOR SALE. IX QUAXTITIES
, to suit purchasers, by
,4m ' WALKER A ALLEy'A seats. .
IVe" Crop of Suttr Ar 3Iol:if'c
VTOW COMING IX. AXD FOR SALE IX QUAN
tities to snit purchasers br
1-Sm C. BREWER A CO.. Arents.
VTEW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SALE
JLIN in quantities to snir pnrchasers. by
l-3n C. BREWER A CO.. Acents.
SUGAR of SUPERIOR QUALITY,
TX QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
X and at Reasooable Prices, for sale by
6 Im F. A. SCHAEFER i CO.
Regular Packet for Koolau, Oahu.
J. 1VOOD, Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and the vari
ous ports of Kool.u, Oahu.
For freight or passage apply to the
ll-3m CAPTAIN, on board.
For Kona andjteii, Hawaii.
dk Schr. Active, 3.
P. MELLISH, .... Master,
Will run as a regular packet to the abore ports.
Fqr freight or passage apply to , . . - . .
l-3m WALKER A A.LI.EX. Acents.-.
Regular Packet for Mbiokai."
Si Schr. Pauahi,
Will run a sa regular packet between Honolulu
and Mnlofcai, touching at Kancalakal and Pukoo.
For freight or passage apply to. Abe Captain on
1 'ra H PPFVPiEROAST Arent.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
OF 3"ir FORK.
Cash Assets, over... $36,000,000!
'i ' . . ,
Cash Dividends in 1S6S,: - - .$3.257;i37.2G.
The Largest Life Insurance'Company
ZlV the would
Premlumi muM be Paid Scmi-Au.
nually or (Quarterly.
-;i .ADAMS & WILDER,
H-ly6 A'gents for the Hawaiian Islands.
UIPERIAL FIRE lXSURAXCE COltPAM
Of London.-Institnted 1803.
CASn CAPITAL., S8,000,000 tn COLD.
THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to irfu. policies co
Fire P.Uks iwilh or witlHt the arerage dan on
Plaatation BuUdiogs and lacbinery, Prirate D. piling,.
Brick. Moo. and Wooden Sto-e Mrrchsndise, Coals, Ltm
brr, nhips ia Port,- Ac-; ou the ntost faseraUe terms;
3- All Losses AdjnsUi and Paid for here.-E3
For ptfticclars apply at tbe oflice of t
tVALKEP. A ALLEX,
33-ly Agents fjr tbe Hawaiian Llands.
MARINE. INSURANCE -CO SIP ANY
Of San Francisco.
THE CXDERSIGXED baring leen ap
pointed Agents for the abore Company, are prepared
to tone Policies xn, Cargoes, Freight. ail Treas
ure. UALKkK A ALLEX,
I-Jtln Arrtits. H -0"lul(l.
BOASD OF UHDEHWBITEES.
TIIE U.NDEIIMGXKD Uarln becu ap
pointM Arcti Uc tbe n Fraccico i5cni f Under
wriirr. coapTi;og lb
California. Insurance Company,
Ierc.int Mutoal Marine In. Co
Pacific Imortnec Companr,
California Lloj-d, and
Home 3Iutual Insurance Company.
Bc .eTe Cw Inform Muttn of VetU and the public pece-r-Jl.
IbtX ell Iom. c( Temlat And inrjrrd bj either
f tbe abuTf Ctwpafiie,-iMt fcrCi the km aad
ctberrifaa, at r r tb cu4 wkii ItJuMfar-vil hxrm to
be verified ij tbem.
1-Zta H. nACEFELD k CO.
TUE C.DEIISIGSED, ACE5TS OP TUB
abov CaSapuj, bave bees atuiMizd U ituure rukt
oo Cargo, JFreJgb.t mad Treasure, aa llxncicla
to ii! poru cf tbe voridwaadrka fun
IHyt 11 11 AC Kf ELD -i CO.
TUB C5DEIISIC5ED, AGESTS of tbe
trCTeCotapaay, b b-n ialhonuhd to ltvt i
vn Cargo, Freight and Trcuorc, bjCoaatcrs,
root HoaUola to all port of tb ILavvslua Grocp. a&d rice
S-ljg H. HACKTELD t CO.
FIEE INSURANCE COMPANY.
- -. ' ' , '
THE L'SDERSIGXED haVlng been ap
posated Arenu aat tbe abore Companr, are pretared
to iarare risk aralnrt Fire, on Stone andBrlclc II all d
Ings, and en Jlrrcliaudlse- stured tbrrria, uo tbe
satat sasaraal terms. For Jwticulaj ; pl J at lor irr r,
S-IyS- ' " T A. SC1IAETER 1 CC
THE AGBST FOB THE BFUTISII For
ctra Marine I taaranc. Cxsxpas j, (Limaexf), baa n
cetred ustroctiocs to redaca tbe ratr. of loraraaee
Utwrra qrwjJc:. and JVwtsJo thePjcBc..aad isjloaTLpre.
pared teissae Poiirie. -at the Zoaxxt HaUi, with aspeciaj
reduction cat Frricla prr tteartera, ,
THEOv H. DATJPg,
iUys AjalJtriL lir. Xir.hu. O. (LimOtl)
Itortsi ISnt acrninm Kont Heel'.
KTery day brings forth nevr and frantic fulmi
nations ar-ainsl the coolies. John Swinton
pnblislios four columns to show that (he Chinew
immicranis ongbt to be esxladed from the coun
try, on the groonds, 1, of Race; 2. of Industry r
3. of Politics ; and 4, of .Morality. Tho New
York Dribuue inclines to the same ground, for
it is the only position compatible -Tith n high
"protec'tire" tariff. And on the Pourth. Gen.
Butler invaded the Presidential presence at
Woodstock with a little bull against tho Ce
Oeri. Holler is one of those rid capiandum
orators whose spoken words may or may not
have the meaning assigned to them 'by Xoah
Webster. It is impossible at any time to know
whether he is joking or in earnest. Indeed, ire
have his own assertion, Tor this. In the late de
bate on Cuba, he said that if he, were otked
whether he were in favor of a war with Spain,
he should answer, as a Fouth-of Jnly business,
yes ; but as a statesman, no." This Woodstock
coolie lng-m was evidently a Fourth-of-Jnly
business" altogether; but Geneial Jo. Hnwley
treated it precisely as though it were not levity,
by replying to it on the spot, " How are you
going to lock the door of this hospitable Repub
lic!'' asked Hawley. and he closed the debate by
remarking that he coaldn't see " how we could
exclave any oppressed people who wish to flee to
the protection of American institutions."
S win ton apprehends that the, coming Chinese
will incline to intermarry, and so will debase our
blood ; and that they will desire to vote, and so
will be made the tools of demagogues." To
which it may be replied that it is not.clear that
the white race on this continent has materially
suSered by amalgamation with tbe negroes nnd
Indians, for that amalgamation has been very
slight ; so. probably, will tbe laws of tribal pre
ference still assert themselves in preserving the
belter blood from contamination. And the po
litical degradation is not eeriun.-ly to b( feared,
for no Chinamun can, be naturalized under our
present laws, and it would be unwise to admit
.hem to the franchise, while they maintah. their
fife-moorinrrs in the Flowery Lund. When they
come to stay, lo live and die and leave their
bones, to learn our lansuuge,' laws, morals, and
manners, then we may give tbem the ballot with
out peril. - ..-..
It strikes us that there is a vast deal of un
becoming clamor arpiinsl Chinese labor. Swinton
echoes it when he says. - I am opposed to Amer
ican working men surrendering the different
branches of industry lo Chinese operatives."
Pnt " f.ireign" in tbe place of Chinese," and
you have a fair extract from half the Know
Nothing platforms of 1854. The cry then was,
" Don't let these Irish. Scutch, and Putcli come
here and take tbe bread out of our mouths by
working for lower wages." Well, what was the
result of it all ? The Irish. Scotch. Norwegians,
Germans, came in countless thousands , and tbey
did work for lower wages : and many American
artisans laid down their tools, and frequently
with temporary inconvenience, sought other
work. Foreigners supplanted Americans at half
the looms. Iathes. wheels and forges In the East;
and those rrry Americans are belter off and
richer fur it to-day.
Last week we took tbe ground, and the New
York Tl'orW has since elaborated the fame idea,
that a man who tan work at the cost of a spoon
ful of rice a day. is no more the enemy of Iibor
than is a machine that can work at the cost of a
spoonful of oiL A sewing machine, at a merely
nomiuol cost, closes more seams than can half a
dozen women ; a threshing machine cleans more
gram than 'fifty ni'lnare theJeT'therefore. the
enemies of American industry? Fiity years
ago, all tbe hand workers cumbined in denouncing
labor-saving machinery, and only the other day
some infatuated workmen in Ireland made a wild
raid on a reaping machine But any American
laborer of average sense knows now that a ma
chine is his best, most faithful friend. It not
only relieves him of drudgery, but it improves
his chances in life. And what is the difference
between the pegpin; machine and tbe coolie ?
The Chicago Tribune says this argument is
" plau.ible but fallacious," and thus explains that
if a boot machine should drive the Crispins out
of all the shops, " the transition would be incon
venient, but would be necessary, and, in the end.
they would be gainers. Not so if. instead of a
boot-mochine, we have cheaper human labor em
ployed in the manufacture of boots, becausn the
fact that it is cheaper implies that it is plentiful,
and tbe fact that it is human implies that it ia
as capable of being employed in the other trades
to which the displaced boot-makers are driven, as
in that of boot-making. So the analogy between
cheap laltor and machine labor, as regards those
who work for wages, falls to the ground."
This argument is not only not sound, but it is
not even plausible. 'For if the fact that cheap
coolies can make boots implies that they can do
all other kind of human hlior, so the assumption
that a boot-machine could" be maiie-to supersede
tbe Crispins, implies that other machines could
be invented to supersede them everywhere else.
The machine argument is incontrovertible. A
cheap coolie is, industrially, a blessing to tbe
country, if steam and water-power are blessings'
Tbe Inflammables teem wholly to Ioe sight of
some simple facts :
1. They assume that there is exactly so much
work to be done in this eoautry. and that wages
must be smaller or greater in proportion to the
number of workers. They forget that -the labor
increases with tbe laborers. As philosophy tells
us that no stone can be thrown into the air with
out slightly attracting tbe earth npward to raeet
its return, to no man can land on our shores
without creating here a new demand for food and
clothes. His labor ia tbe complement of his
needs. In a country where . janrMs free by the
millions of fertile acres, no willing worker can be
2. Tbey assume that the Chinese will come in
great numbers; forgetp'ng that their passage
costs thrice that of-Eun- ,n ; that tbey are
not an emigrating people ; iLtl their anchorage
is firm on Mongolian soil ; that the worship of
ancestors is tbeir religion, and that there is no
probability that we shall be able to get even so
many as we need.
3.. They assume that the Tartan in America
will live aa cheaply as the Tartars in Chinas It
is roast rat against roast beef," says Swinton ;
"bank against bed; nankeen breeches against
broadcloth." lias Swinton. notyet beard that
the cocfiei are' an itaitatire race ! that tbe; ara
already trying to sleep, eat and! walk ,Iiko the
Yankees t In China, they hav'e necessarily, been
frugal, for tbeir utmost extravagancb could not
exceed their wagas eight or ten cents a day.
Now, their purchases will expand with their en
larged resources. Indeed, the North Adams,
correspondents already say that tbe storekeepers
are agreeably astonished " because the coolies
run in and buy all sorts of nicknacks at their
counters. They will adopt the habits of civiliza'
tion fast enough. In a month they will probably
know how to swear and chew tobacco ; in two
months, they will substitute knives and forks far
chop-sticks; in three months', tbey will be buying
oysters, codfish nnd pickled peaches; in' four
months, they will be fouud on tbe anxious! seats
at Methodist prayer meetings ; in five months,
when November comes, tbey will, perforce,
throw away their nankeen, breeches and don
Rhode Island woolens. But even if Ah Sing
sbould exist, sleeping as compactly as a stick of
cord-wood, wearing only a leathern aprorl, drink
ing only brook water, and eating only the rata
which be kills by night and cooks in the sun
while be works ; even then, how can he live
cheaper than the pegging-machine that bit bis
thumb off the, other day T Chicago Paper.
Reception of French l,rIoncrs at
When the train with the prisoners got in,
there were about 5,000 people inside the terminus
lioing the rails ; a great number of " gamins'," or
"street boys," ds they are called here, among
them. A tremendous but merryand good-natured
yell received the red trousers, of tbe French in
fantry and tbe blue .costume of the Turcos. In
each carriage there was one Prussian private of
either of tbe two regiments which stormed the
Gaisberg. (Goat's Hill,) at Weissenburg, bis hel
met adorned with green boughs. The French
were parlly squatting, but their guides invited
them to stand up. to show their respect for the
people of tho capital. While they were slowly
passing before me I examined the expression of
their countenances, h was mostly that of a shy
curiosity, and of embarrassment) not unmixed
with pride. Of course, tbey could not under
stand what the people, in an cnormons confusion
of voices, said to tbem, but the unspeakably
comical grin of the street-boys, sitting on the
shoulders of each other, at all events gave tbem
a bint of it. At last one successful cry got the
upperband, for which somebody had furnished the
boy3 with the necessary French, and which was
addressed to every Turco or Zouave, after the
manner of Les Lampions. " Les cnatsl les
chatsT ' Where are tho tom-cats ?" had become
the favorite refrain of the juvenile voices. It
was easily observable that, with the boys, the
French, far from being considered as haughty and
humiliated enemies, were extremely popular. In
a few minutes, the boundless hilarity of tbe lads
communicated itself to the French themselves,
their officers excepted, who bid themselves in tbe
interior of their first-class railway carriage. I
left the young ladies handing in refreshing drink
to the tawny fellows of Southern France and of
tbe Atlas, and made my cab follow the track of
tbe circular railway, over which the train was to
proceed to the Eastern line. This circular rail
way, on a level with the road, has in the process
of time, been lined with houses, and js, in fact,
now a street railway. Dense masses of people
stood all along it. At last I was overtaken by
tbe train, and let it pass. But how had its aspect
changed I It looked as never railway train looked
before. The fraternization of tbe prisoners with
tbe boys had become perfect ; numbers of tbem
had crept into tbe carriages, and were sitting be
tween tfie legs of tbe French and the Africans,
wearing their caps. Several had provided them
selves willi cats. Those that could not get into
the crowded carriages bad climbed on the top of
tbem, where they amused themselves by standing
on their beads and brandishing tbeir legs. There
were oo stairs, no protruding boards, that boys
were not sitting npon. Seen from a distance,
the truin looked like a Buddhist idol, with
thousands of legs and thousands of arms protrud
ing in all conceivable directions. There was a
young, tall, fleshy, beardless Arab, with a fair
skin and extremely handsome face, who excited
general attention because he looked altogetherlike
a woman. The people, in fact, imagined that he
was really a woman, and tbe ladies presented bim
with a fan. with which he kept fanning himself,
and smiling 'in the"m03t arch-and coquettish
way, being evidently accustomed to have bis fun
with tbe public. I reached the terminus of the
Eastern railway by a short cut before the train,
but cunld get -in with great difficulty, owing to
tbe immense crowds by which it was surrounded.
The densely-peopled neighborhood, tfie seat of
the Berlin sbaI manufacture, had poured forth
still greater masses than were visible at tbe west
end of the towrf. Here, tbe attempt to admit by
ticket only had perfectly broken down. I dare
say ibat there were not less than 50,000 people
inside the terminus. Even the huge supper
place for the prisoners was filled to '.ha brim,
thus rendering their passage to their seats ex
tremely difficult. The greatest efforts made by
tbe police were of no avail ; only tbe persuasive
power of tbe 'secular" ladies, who presided here,
made the crowd yield. The risoners got each a
large basin o( LouUlon au rir, more than a quar
ter of a pound of boiled beef, bread and cheese,
a pint of Leer and a cigar, ererything I tasted
them myself of the very beat quality. As 600
had been expected instead of 500, the strongest
appetite could be satisfied. Supper ended, tba
ladies presented correspondence cards to the
prumers to write to tbeir friends, with a promise
that tbey sbould be safely forwarded either to
tbe French headquarters or directly from Bras-'
81. A greater number of the French than was
expected, conld write; for those that could not,
tbe others acted. It rendered the French ex
treroely at thefr ease to be waited npon by so
many pretty and elegant girls, who ai' fluently
spoke French. When the Itdies came to a
Turco, they saluted him partly with "Salem
aleikum ? and the astonished reply, ''lAIeikum
salem." was given with the hand on the heart.
Tbe German soldiers who accompanied the pris
oners were enthusiastic with regard to tbe bravery
with which tbe French had fought-, after the
Gaisberg had been stormed. Tbey pointed oat
fourteen men, belonging to the 74th regiment of
the line, who were the whole remainder of tie
regiment left standing on the battle-field, but who
refased to surrender, and who, deprived of asw
nitiod, kept da figblisg at the potat ef thertnj'
oftet. At tie fraishof djd net lake io kMlavHs,
they rushed at last in a- le apoo theta, a
threw them down,, wrestling, "2fom aeons
cherche la mart," eaid one of them to me'comna
noire Colonel, comme noire- General, dont voila
hcheval,". The train had brought tK hone of
General Do tray. " Ask hita1," said &vPmeitl"
private, " why be thinks they were owraererBl.
That whs a sagacious" question, and the reply of
tbe intelligent and well bred Frenchman low the
tale of the whole war. It was : "We were too
weak in number ; we bad (oa aa advanced poet)
neither cavalry nor sufficient artillery with -aw,
and finally we had no more munition." uHTVai'
the thing," said the Prussian; -ak h-Ia Soir'
many cartridges he had got'' "Ttityjrasi'
tho Frenchman's reply,. Now" tell bira'tlewt'lV
who had only sixty, had forty-five left wnea, I
took him ; and tell him 'that the strength pf.aa
army consists of men as-J. of cartridges, asd tkavt
firing away eighty cartridges is just the suae as
losing a man.- Tbey did very serious damage, ta
us at the beginning opr regiment lost -600 men f
but at the expense of such a number of shots
that we knew they were more weakened than we
were." When this was explained to the French
man be said, " I knew it toe, but too latcv We
never before fought against such troops as yours
We must no longer skirmish as we have bees,
accustomed to." Most of the prisoners were
taken, as skirmishers', in a cave which formed
their cover, and where they were cat off by the'
rapid and continuous advance of the Prussians.'
Correspondence, of London iVetes.
Scene ot the Hevolntlon In Paris.
Pabis, Sept, 6th. The following Is the continua
tion of tbe revolution, by the New Tori TrOnnU
"A Republic has been proclaimed In Fstlsl On
the train which left Paris this morning and reached
Paris this evening, by way of Lille, the mall car
riage came with the Imperial arms effaced on the
Legion Posts National Francals. In Paris yesterday
evening; tbe approaches to the Palace of tbe Legis
lature were guarded bj detcchments of the'iine and
squadrons of gendarmes, Tbe Gardes de Parla and
National Guards occupied tbe centre of tbe Pont de
la Concorde. No-Tehiciea were allowed to traverse
tbe place. Tbe Champs Eljsces wen cleired'of all
carriages, and a cordon of National Guard stretched
across them at the road point.
After tbe suspension of the sitting of the mem
bers, persons gradually assembled on the grand
staircase within tbe Legislative Palace, and Anally
came out on the portico waving tbeir bats and shoat
Ins"Down -with the Empire I" "Vlvq la Repub
llque!" These ebonts were not repressed by the
troops. The demonstration was taken up by the
crowds on the quay and by other crowds in the Rue
Rojale and along the.Rue RIvolI, by the galleries of
tbe Tuilcrlcs. These crowds were a compact mas
from Just beyond the Obelisk ot Luxor quite down
to tbe Run Royale to Rue SL Havre, snd down tbe
Rue Rivoli to Rue C'aatlfilone.
The shops were all shut, and there wss do disor
der beyond that merely Incident to tbe presence of
so great a multitude. About dark, the National
Guard and troops of tbe Hue nearest tbe Legislative
Palace, began to show signs ol sympathy with the
people; shakos were raised on bayonets, and cries
uttered here and there of ".Death to the Prussians,"
"Long live France."
Shortly after, a column, perbspsa thousand strong1,
of tbe National Guards, fully uniformed and equip
ped, with a b'and playing tbe JarsrlOatae, came
down the line from tbe Pont des Ara and pressed on
the Legislative Palace gates. Tbe keepers made
some resistance, but finally gave way, and tbe peo
ple pressing In after the troops, tbe whole enclosure
was rapidly filled, and the multitude of troops still
In front and In perfect order, surrounded or were
borne up to tbe front of the vast building.
Henri Rocbcfort came out to meet tbem, holding
out both handa, with a cry of "Vive la Repnbllqne."
At tbe same time, half a dozen men burst open a
window In the fecade and began 'throwing out a
great clond of small white papers, crying as they
did so, "these are tbe votes of tbe pWrrOci;" then
for the first time, went up a great cry from the whole
vast crowd, of "Down with the Empire." It mi
taken up and sent wltb a noise like' a roar of wsvea
among tbe quays and along tbe Bus de Blvoll, both
towards tbe Lenore and towarda the ancient city of
Paris, down the great Boulevard Sebxstopol.
A procession of several thousand troops, su-r-rounded
by crowds-of men, women' and children,
advanced wllh banda of music The procession and
Its wings filled the'enormous street from front to
front of the houses oo either side, and with mtste
and banners, wss accompanied by tbe whole mas
sieging tbe JlaneOlaiie. In all these places the'
shops were still left open. Tbe police were swept
In wltb tbe procession or quietly disarmed. I beard
of snd saw no case of violence, no disorder, no rob
beries; everywhere deep excitement and most ex
traordinary Improvised public order. The Imperial
arms were torn down from all the public bolldlnfjs, -and
In one or two cases, tbe trlndo ws of shops were
broken, which contained tbem. In tbe Sue Vlvenne,
a well known milliner's establishment ws thru
mensced, bnl the proprietress came ssd remonstrat
ed with tbe leaders, holding np agold Napoleon and
saying. "If tbat passes to-day, why sbould my win
dows be broken I" Tbe men cheered and laughed,
and the women cried "Vive la Republlque," and
tbe crowd passed on. '
One gste of the Tnllerles, on tbe side ot the Seine,
was burst open and the crowd passed lntbut forbore
to enter the palace, on tbe appearance of Emsnnel
Arago, who came oat to meet tbem and sld, "CK1
Uens, tbe Empress left Paris at midnight. TbU
palace, tbe property of tbe people, la under the pro
tection of Liberty and of the Law." The crowd
cheered, snd Immediately guards from tbe National
Gnard were posted at tbegatea. The Republic wa
proclaimed immediately afterward at thoHotd de
ii a 'j
Tbe Boston Trantcript ssys tbe little. glrls froas
two to ten years old, to be seen at tat' waterlr(f
places this Summer, bear much closer resemblance
to mlniat'oi-e women-than to natural,, Cmple cWl.
dren; err-j tbeir manner seemed lo. partake of the
"ladylsh air" betokened. In tbeir finery.
A Chicago special says Mrs. Wllllami, mlfe ofjtkw
late Senator Douglas, bss commenced ano-lber ac
tion agalett tbe executor, of the Doug! etfest, al
leging frasd lo tbe management. She we tW.
fore to recover 1150,060, which she dalas toiaws
been wrongfully withheld.
Tex fuses white celrass-Ier r-B sb t,. otwiwaJi
Premier BlssaTcki. Colonel, ti so ooBed, frqmtki
color of Its uniform. The cowtee U new Wrs,'id
what with the bright breastpin, or ealrsa, teat stss
white plumed helmet, tbe uniform U atsoct. tin
handsomest In Europe.
Ir Is mentioned fu tbe Gersaa JOBraais thtt tiMM
enormous train which carried' wabie Wlfs'lss' ii
tbe Rhine and farther wef, wire" cee dieted
dlers. An eye wltaes WfitealtsaMt flVaaabaMssHI
ahatsar, stoodas oScer ef tie aw raftoaasC
8 Frederick. Pollock, fcrne-rlf CUUtimm. at
the Exchequer In Greet Brite4nla dead, at. tie a
of 87 year. r ' "
fas total amount of ibe debt redsytien steiw
beginning of Gee; Grant's atielss(iklo W ltW
$158,988,689. r.i'.. V fc '
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