Every "Wednesday Morning,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER ANJSTUM.
Foreign Subscriber!, 88.00 to 810.00.
THI3 OFFICE 13 KOW PBAT " ''!
TO EXEOOTE ALU ORDERS.
For Plain and Fancj Printing,
OF EVEKT DraraOR,
Office On Queen Street, in tlie old
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VOL. VI-NO. 39.
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1870.
IS6.00 -PER YEAR.
; be asstresFed.
Fen Street, HoaotBla, opposite C. . AVUliust' Furniture
It are-KOoms. 170
1XP0ETE2 ACT WHOLESALE DEALER
la WIsm, SptrKl. Ala, Porter, Ac, Ac, Merchant Street,
. - aasvu. j. a. aihcxtox. a. a. coosx.
CASTI.I2 & COOKE,
rvMSTKS. GENERAL MERCHANTS, AND :
Sa. SS Kbf Street, opp.lte tD Seamen's Chapel
Tae Kehala Sarar Companv, Hawaii,
The Casta Sarar Company, Maui,
TV II vmh.n Unni M ill. slant.
Tba Walaiea Sugar IUnUtknJ Oabu, and other Sugar
Planters 01 awli ana btmsi. u.n.i,
Tn Lamahal Mce Plantation, Kauai,
Dr. Jajae's Celebrate Family Medicines, a
fTtKltr A Wfln's Sewing Machines,
Th Stint Powder Company,
r,.. k.w r.nolfttvd Vntnal life Insurance Co..
1 The Asaeriran Steam lire-proof Safe Co. I'jS
IIC A KICIUBDSO.f.
IMFOETEE AND DEALER IN BOOTS,
Ftsw.CMMac raraWhlng Couda, Terfumerj, Xc, corner j
ac aart ana jeicBani nreria. iiinmuiu.
Abo, AlEaat fiir the Hawaiian Soap Co.
.-a air auMliA
lliirtrallr atteatioo paid to the Shipment of Goods to the
A. C. IHj'FI'IJUI. 31.
FOET THYS1CIAN, AND STJBGEON.
OSce and Berfdence ooder Boffum's Hall, Hotel Street,
a Sew 4eors eM of Knnsnn street.
Has a gn assortment uf Drags and Medicines, rerfemery,
a. Hah- Oils, Brunhes, Oenifce. Totlel r.iwoer, uomg
Wra See, etc, etc. which he sells etiesp lor casn. hij n
JUII. II. PATV,
Notary Pnilic and Committioncr of Deedi
For the State of CaHhrnta. Ofice at tlie Bank of BIfhop
a O. Kaahumauu Street, Honolulu. (3-lTP
IIL.L.IA(IIA3I &. CO.,
MP0BTEE5 AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
rsxterT. Brr Goods. PainU and Oils, and General Mer-
riHiwsase, . o. King Street. Honolulu. la-l.'B
r. P. ADAMS. S. O. WILDER.
AIA3IS at IVII.MKIE.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
271 Oueen street, Honolulu, 11. 1. Iijo
II. HACKI'EM) A? CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
.; tlaeen Street, Ilonolnln. H. I. lt
ED. HOFFSCHL&EGER & CO.,,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
41 Hon.Jnln. Oahn, II. I. ly8
TiicoDoui: c m:i;cu.
IXPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
H woluln Oahn. II. I. fir
I A JaCIIACFKK fc CO.,
y ll.miilnlo. Oaho. II. 1. 1?6
C B. LEVERS. J. O. DICKSO.t
LUH I'iKS Al iucksos,
IMPORTERS AND DEALEES IN LUMBER,
And all klad of Bunding Materials, Fort Street, Honolulu.
ja, 11 a
JOIKV S. 3ICGKK1V, 31. I.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ogee la H h. Chase's Building, Fort Street. OEce hours,
fnara Blgbt to Ten a ., ami froni Three toFite r. m.
KesMeaee on Chaplain Sreest, between Nnuauu and Fort
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
tnHosatiue thsGeneral Merchandise and Shipping business
at the aWre port, where they are prepared to furnish the
Vasttjr essVbraled Kawathae Potatoes, and such other Re
saau as arc raqatred by whalesbips, at the shortest notice
aM oa me BSosl reasonaoie icruis. intnuwi "j vu
JOIIA X. WATKItllOlISi:,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
2 Qoren Street, Honolulu, IL L I36
w. is. -ituu.-v,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER,
I. r,.nrir ttnltdlnps n Oueen St.. Honolulu. U.
, 3IcCOI.GAJV.at aoiixsox,
10 Fort St., Honolulu, opposite T. C. Heuck's. 1)0
C. E. 1VILLIA3IS,
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
la Farnfiaraofeferydescriptlwu. Furniture Ware-Rooms on
Fell Stret.ppotte lliase'a cuotofftapo uauery. iiflfs
at th old stand on HoieT Street, near Fort.
411 Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. pro I
BOOT AND SHOE MAKES,
1J King Street, next to the Bethel. Honolulu. flyB
31. X. UOsVMEl.sU
CABINET MAKES AND UPHOLSTERER
Klar Street. Ilatwlulu. oppclte Lewis' Coopefghop. Will
41 buy and sell second hand Furniture. ly
XHF.O. II. UAVIES,
I ra Jsaroa, Qtin A Co.)
IilPOKTXS .AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
15 d AaritT roa
lioyd's and the JJrerpuol Underwit
British and Foreign Marine Insnrs
nraace Company, and
Nrthern Assurance Company-
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In FaibWabl. Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, and
every variety 01 Uemlenien's turnisnioc uoous. cnow-s
Wusg. Merchant Street. Honolulu. 60-ly6
J. S. WALKER. 6. C. ALLE5.
WALKER Jc AEI.EM",
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
jQuera Street, Honolulu. II. 1.
I. I.. XOKIIEKX.
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND OF
IK Orrtci Corner Queen aod Fort streets. lyC
, IIOEEES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Queen street, Honolulu. Particular attention paid to the
'puicbaa. and arte of liaasnan truauoe..
axrrrs ir ruxissiox to
C I. Ttirhsrd. A Co. I II HackfsM A Co.
O Brewer a Co, ICastl. a Cooks. 2-lyu
V v " aterman Lag, 1
Commission Mercaant and General Agent
In: port r of Teas aod other Clilnese and Furelcn Good.
Wb9lAle Dealer in Hawaiian Produce, and Agent for the
Panlcaa and Amaaaln Sugar PUnUtlona. FIrtvprtvf
Slwen Xnnann Strx-t, VSelow kUk. 21-1 j6
CRATER OF KILAOEA. HAWAII
jg THIS ESTAI1LISHMENT IS KOW a
sj; op, n far th. recepcious,f visitors to the Volcano
llonse, who may rely on findingcomfurtable rooms, a good
table, and prompt attendance, experienced guides for the
STEAM AND SULPHUR BATHS !
Hones Grained and Stabled if Desired.
Parties vtilttag the Volcano Tia HIIo, can procure animals
warranted to make the Journey, by D. H. IlrrcBCocr, Esq.
371 : lyJ
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
COJfSTAXTI.V OS" IIAXD and for Bale,
frooi tha well-known
WAIMEA TA5KEKV, C. ITOTLEY, ProVr.
M A. S. CLBGHOSN, Arenlr
joiiiv-.s. nicm;tv, 31.
(Late Surgeon V S. Armv.)
Can 1-e consulted at Ms residence on Chaplain St., between
8- Xuuanu-and Firt Bta.t Zm
j. s. mcKsorv,
House, Ship - and Sign Painter,
So. 92 IClng Street,
1 fXeerly opposite Messrs. TJillinghani A Co.
- Graining. Marbling, Gilding, Calsomlnlne, Paper
jSgbanglns:. Ire , Ac, executed on the shortest notice,
1 s.5 and ya the roost reasonable trrros. 26-3:n
52 Office, Cor. Fort t Hotel Streets. Il6
X. C. CBALLAHEU S. A. BLCME.
CIIAI.I,A:Ui:i, A: CO..
IMF0ETEES AND DEALEES IN WINES,'
Spirits. Ales. Ac Jfo. 8. ,'uuanu Street. OKnnsiteM.rrhant
cutxi, uouoioiu. . . , , IZ-Iyo
A. S. CIACGIIOItA,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALEB IN
Fire-proof Store, corner of Oueen and Raah uniann Streets.
Retail K.tablbhment9. Oli Nuuanu Street, and on the rnrn.r
01 ruriaim iioiei streets. 14-lrO
naMurzcK. H. a. r. cittr
- Tc.dlKCAVI'It-fc CO.,
' HONOLULU, il. 1.
ACK.VTS Or tlie Itoslon unit Honolulu Packet
AGCXTS-For the JIakre. Walluku and Hnn
AGEKTS-For ttie Purrtinsr niitl iale of Islon
r. EJILEUS. A. JAEGER,
it. r. i:iiii:ics & co
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENEEAL
Fire-proof Store on Fort Eire et.ahoTeOdd Fellows Hall. 37.1j
i". a. sciiai:fci:,
REST Tor the I1REJIEK BOARD t
AaaiiUiir xha Dresden Board of Undervriters, . .
Agrut ipr me tienna uoara 01 unaerwrlters.
C. S. IIAICXOW,
Salesroom oo Qurrn Street,
one door from Kaahutnann
31. RKIMtAi;jI fc CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOIESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Gu, Boots, Stioes and
ererr variety 01 uenilemen s superi' tunilnblng uootle
Et.ce in .MaLee's Block, Quen Street, Honolulu, II. -J.
aio.x; x, acik;ck.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
And China Goods, in IheFire-rroof Store n Xunant Street.
MfOer tlie I'nhlirllall. t.-lif
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
1 1 lb, Hawaii.
wagon ad cabbiage build eb,
7G ICInj Mreet, Honolulu.
rL R.idtrtiie rfim. with ear. and neat.
j nes Also, particnlrj- attention giren
to Btackumlthlng anu Horshoeing.
ders from the other I.land. promptly executed.
J. NOTT & CO..
"lOrPElt & TIN SMITHS, male eTcrr de-
J pcriptiun of work tu their line, used on rlanta
tioDS or elsewhere. They also keep on hand a full
Eheet Copper, Sheet Tin, '
Sheet Lead, Sheet Iron,
Iron Wire, Copper Wire,
Soft Brass Solder, Pail Ears,
Pressed Bucket Covers,
Black and Tinned Rivets,
Copper Rivets, etc.
Also on hand, a few more of
TIIOSKSPI.EXDID COOKIJfG (STOVES,
Received by the " Syren,"
" Cotton "Plant" and "Grav Jackets," together
with a variety of Japanned W are, anu maDy articles
useful fin.the Kitchen. JZr. notkeo iiuildings,
such as ttntters, spouts, water.mpes, 'Ac. Shin-work
will nteet with J) ronipt attention at No. 9 Kaahumanu
JAJIES la. LEWIS,
COOPEE AND GA TIGER,
At the Old Stand, corner King and Both el Streets.
A Larro Stuck of Oil Shook and alHtlnd of Coopering
MatrUU coattitDtlj on band. He hopes bj attention to
LtuiucM to merit a conaoaaDce di tne patronage nn.cn ne
he beretofure erjojed, and fur which he now returns his
thankidi " , 1 1-Sm
Qneen Street, Bonolaln,
Has constaotlr on hand and for sale at the Lowest Market
Prices, a good assortment of the Best Refined Bar Iron, aod
the Best Blacksmith's Coal. 38-IyS
F. II. & G. SEGEI.KE.'V,
TIN, ZINC ANP COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nnnanu Street, between Merchant and Qneen.
Ilsve constantly on band. Stoves, Pipe, Gal-vanized
iron ripe, riatn ana nose uiois,Btop-cocKS, inula
Rubber Hose best 5-p, In lengths of 115 and 60
ifeet, with coopliugs and pipe Complete. Batn-Tubs,
landalsoa verj larcestock of Tinware of ererv de
I'articulsr attention given to Sh o-Wo-k. Orders from the
otlier Islands will be carefully attiuded to.
Thsnkrul to the Cltitens of Honolulu and the Islands
generally for their liberal patronage la tbetiaer. we hop br
strict attrctlou to business to merit the same for the future.
Carriage and Sign Painting.
THE TJXDtiltKK.'SED having,
procured lbs services ox acompaten
atrkmsn. is now prepared loexecuti
all irdersid the line of CARKIAO& atid-SlGN PAIsriSO
- In a Manner to Warrant Satisfaction. "
CMlm .76 Kim? Strr et. Uunoiulu.
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMB EE,
Kins; Street, next to the Seamen's BetheL
Has on hand. Bath-Tnbs. Watsr-TIossts. Waah-Baalns.
Force and liff Pumps,, Lead aod Qaleanixed Iron Pipes.
and numbers urass-worKs. listngth. only flumberln the
city, he will execute all orders entrusted to him in a work
manlike manner. fl-Sm
Conter of Hotel and Fort Streets.
THE CHOICEST AND BEST OF ALES. WINES
and Spirits always to be found at tbe Bar. 221v6
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
f STEAM ENGINES, Sngar Mills,
Boilers, Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead Castings.
Machinery of Every Description,
43- Made to Order. SSX
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blaetamithing.
sT JOB WORK executed on the shortes notice. ftS-ly
yTlNDOW GLASS, Assorted Sites, for sale
J H. HACKFELD A CO.
"TSkTO. 1 & COOLIE RICE always on hand
O. v and tor sale py
trXLKX A ALLSN, A rents
H, -W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
405 Front Street, comer of Clay, San Francisco.
S2 ' lj
Patent Slip & Engineering Works,
SYIJXEY, jr. S. IV.
-P -AU classes of Engineering Work, Iron jCjSi
Sges,!ihlp-bnilding and general L1.' re'ialrs'SIiS
executed cheaply and eipeditiously. J8xV Vesatls of the
larnest tonnage cau be taken up.
tS-lj IKED.- II. TR0T0 Manager.
STDSEY, X. S. IV.,
General Commission Agents,
Will attend to the sale of Sandwich Island Produce, and
arrange for advances on same.
fir. L. GREEN" Honolulu
1 MACFARLANK, BLAIR A Co.. .San Francisco
It. J. UORSE1,
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
41 and 12 Merchant's Exchange. California Street. San
4oJ Iranclsco. California. llyu
Messrs. Brown A Co. ........ ............San Francisco.
Messrs. C Adolphe Low A Co.............. ..Pan Francisco.
Messrs. Holiadsy A Brenham ....... ........San Francisco.
Ileesre, II. llacLfeld A Co Honolulu.
LXOV a. HETXES.
J1XS8 X. BLOCK,
31 EVER S & CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS OF ITALIAN
AND AMERICAN MARBLES,
Mantels, Grates, Monuments. Head Stones. Tombs, Wash
stand, Bureau and Counter Tops, Billiard Beds. Fire Bricks,
Plaster. Ac. Ac. 930 Market Street, opposite Catholic Church.
San Francisco, Cal. " JS3-ly.6
B. B. WILLI iVS, B. P. BLA!tcnAB.D, C. B. X0KQA5.
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
4c No. 21 S California Street, San Francisco. 3
J0H5 M'CgAXZ!., J. C M EEE1LL
Tortland. S. F. Cal.
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
e Portlaiifla Oregon.,
ITiTitic been enrractl in our preient business for upwards
of tweWejrears, and being locAjed in a "l re-proof Itrfrkiluitd
dine, wenre prepared to receive anddlnpose.if Island Staples,
suchaiSagHr.sSvrops. Kiccl'ulu, Coffee, etc.. to advantage.
Consignments esp?cislly sullcited lor the Oregon Market, fo
which erOTial attention will be rnld, and upon which cash
advances will be made when required.
Charles W Brooks.... . Fan Francisco
JC Merrill a Co
Badger a Llndenl-erger '. "
Jamee PatrWi a C"..,... ....... ,
WmTColemsutC. - "
ttevens, IUVerCo.. "
Allen a Lewis ...".;... .V -4-. .Portland
Leonard a Orft-n I-I3 6
Sim KVancico, C;ila
Johnson & Co.. : : Proprietors,
Late of tlie Lick House
JOHNSON 1 CO., who fir the last six years hare been the
popular proprietors cf (lie Lick Uunte" with pleasure
tiiftrni their ninny friends residing In Ilurt6.ulu and the Ila
wslian Islands., that tlier huTe left the "Lick House and
ojien-d tli "Grand Hotel,' which Jt tbe finest llvtel struc
ture jet erected on the run fic coast, und is not snreued In
architectural Leaoty, elegance of farnilure, and C-'mfitt, bj
any Hotel in America.
Our old patron and tue traveling piiMic, win nrd at tne
'urana iiutei." an ma oia lAtnuiar Mces ana an mjesisre-
conimeiiaoa in us. win ue rt-ceirea wim ine same aiirntion
and court? w hicb niaile the "Lick JJniW to popular when
under our oxitrol. With manr thauks fur paal fivisrt, e
rcspt-cttuiij solicit a continuairce vi tne same. Zk$iiic
FL'INXi P.EABO.DY & Co.,
AND AGENTS OF
PACIFIC BARBEL AND KEG COMPANY.
Are prepared to furnish Kkq aud Bieexl Shooks in any
quantity required., and respectfully solielt consignments of
Mesvrs Bishop A Co.. .. t . .. Honolulu.
Messrs II llsilfeld A Co ". Honolulu.
Messrs Castle t Cooke .. .f . ..Honolulu.
Mesets Walker A Allen ..Honolulu.
TTordtUH CaltfornlalStteet, JSaii Franclaco.
Oil I,! '.. (37-3m; .
E. 31. TJklV KEEU,
Having the best CvcIlitleslhrouKb an Intimate connection
ith the Japanese trade fur the past debt years, is preparm
to transact any bUMnefcs entrusted to nis care, witn cuspaicn.
L ANGLE Y, CHOWELL & CO.,
Cor. Battery & Clay Sts, San Francisco.
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER,
Money and' Recruits furnished tcf Ships on tbe most favor-
10 j aiie terms. lyo
Xo. I Merchant Street, cVposlte the Sailor's Home,
7Al ALL ITS BRANCHES,
HAS COXSTASTLT ON HAND a variety
of IIOMK-MADK FCB.NITCRK. which he oners for
le AT TUE LOWEST MARKET FMICEi, consisting of
BEST BLACK WALNUT PARLOR FURNITURE,
Spring-Back Easy Chairs, Lounges and Mattrasses.
Hair aud spring altrassfa. Window Shades and Slip
covers made' to order.
Old Furniture ItoUphoKteretl,
Be paired and Tarsithtd, Svlth satisfaction vrarranted.
y Call and erjunloc my stock befors purchasinr else-
whsre. . , , ' - . 34
tf?" Terms Beavinahle. All orders from Ship-mssters and
th. other Island, will he promptly attended to. ft-iy
C. W. CREY & CO.,
, Hawaiian Soap Works,-
At Leleo, Manufactcreri and Dealers,
In all kinds of Soap. Beef, Mutton, and Gnat
TatlowWanted- ' , " ' H
Office. 30 Fort Seet, where orders will be received
and promptly trlemled to, 39
Improvement il the Order of the Day.
HAVING CONSTRUCTED AlfEW SKTLIGHT,
and made various other improvements, I hope
now to be able to suit the tnost fastidious with
A Ihotos;rapli of any Size,
From sCrystal to a Jlamntoth, taken, in. the Best
Style of Art.-and on tne most reasonable terms.
Also, for sale, views of tbe Islands, Portraits of
tbe .Kings, Queensland other Notables.
f . .' ' A ' II. Ll -CHASE,
32-ly Fort Stmt.
SUGAK & JI()I,ASSUS
- 11IL.U, II.
Sugar and Molasses,
rlUiF OWCOMI.VG I, unl for sale
in qaantttie: tirnlitlrarchaftrs. hr
.WALKER i ALLEN. Agents.
Susrar untl '3IIisKen Crop 1870
ZOOMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
W to suit purchasers, by
l-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Arent,
Supar itinl 3IoIiins.es Crop 1870
lOJIING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
y to suit purchasers, by
WALKER t ALLEN. Agents,
Sew Crop of Siifmr &. 3Io1:immcn
NOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
titles. to suit purchasers br
,C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
VTEW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SALE
11 in quantities to suit purchasers, by
l-3m C. BREWER A CO.. ACents.
SUGAR of SUPERIOR QUALITY,
TX QUANTITIES TO SUIT1 PURCHASERS
JL and at Reasonable Prices, for rale by
6 2n F. A. SCIIAEFER i CO.
Regular Packet for Koplau, Oahu.
J. WOOD Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and tbe vari
ous ports of Koolan, Oabu.
For freight or passage apply to tbe
l'-3m CAPTAIN, on board.
For Kona and Kail, Hawaii.'
F. ?IEI.LISIM . . . . Muter,
Will run as a regular packet to tbe above ports.
For freight or passage aHily t " ,-l-3m
WALKER ,1 ALLEN. Acenls.
Regular Packet for Molokai. r
Schr. Pauahi, jQk
HALLilSTBrt, . . . .-" 7 Master,
Will run a sa regular packet between Honolulu
.andIolukai, louching at Kaunakakni and Pukoo.
'freight or r as.-age ipplj to th t.Catitatn on
H fRrviiFnu ;t Aent.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Assets, over . . -$36,000,000 !
Cash Dividends in JS6S, . ... . $3,257,137.20
The Largest Life Insurance Company
W THE WORLD !
Premium nitifct lie Ptiid Scml-Ait-
iiually or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
14-l v6 Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
DIPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COIUPAM
Of London.-Institnted 1803.
CA.SH CAPITA!., $8,000,000 In COhD.
THE UKDEBSIONEO are prepared to Issue policies on
Fire Bisks iwifh of withutitberaveTa(nlatiej ou
Plantation Buildiozs' and Machinerv. Prirntoi Dwflliom.
'BriClc'. Stone and Wooden1 Store, rjlorchandrtsi. Coals, Lum
ber, nlpsiu r.ort, &&, ou toe most ttvoraoie terms.
C3-A11 Losses Adjusted and Paid for here. S
For iiarticulars spplr at tha ofuco of
WAtKEB t ALLEN,
32-ly , Agents fjfthe'UawHilan Islands.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco.
nnilE UsXDKRSIONED I.a-ring teen ai-
JL iitilnted Agent fur the above Comj-auj, are ireparei
to iwoe Policies on Cargoes' IrelRlita and Treas
ure. WALK tlK & ALLEN.
l-3m Afr-nti. Ilonolnln.
SAX ritANCISCO,: '
BOAED OF UNDE11WBITEES.
rBHIE C.VDERSIGXED Imring been ap.
JL pointed Acents for tbe ban Fragsico itoard of Under
writers, comprising the
California Insnrance Company,
Merrlianls Slutnal Marine Ins. Co.,
Pacific Insurance Company.
California Lloyd's, and
Home 3Iutnal Insurance Company
Beg leave tu Inform Masters of Vessels amftbe pablle pene
rally. that all loawa of Vessel and Cargoes, insured by either
of tbe. above Cnirlev against perils of the sca and
other rlka, at or near the bandwlch Islands wIU have to
be verified by them.
1-Zju . II. tIACKFLD k CO.
THE tJ.MlKRSIONKD, A.K11 OP THK
abo- Company, have leen anthorixed to insure risks
on Cargo, Freight aod. Treasure, from. Ilonolnln
to all ports of the uorld, andvlce ve ua.
IMvtJ . - U IIATXFELD i CO.,
milE, UJfUERSIGXED. AGENTS ofthe
JL aboTs Company, ttav been anthorizsJ to'tnsUiriaks
m Cargo, Freight aod Treasure, by Coasters,
ffoni Hosolcla to all ports cf tha Iiwalli3 Grucp, and vice
8-18 II HACKFTLP Jt CO.
R Vlt G H-K It EUI KN
EIRE INSURAHCE COMPANY.
THE TJNDKUSIGNED having been ip
pulnted Amenta of tbe'abcve Compattv. arr preparrd
t? injure risks azainvt Fire, on Stone aarf Drtck Oulld
I ties . and As Slerehandlae sured therein, im the
must favorable terms. Foe particniara apply t theolEceof
Mj6 F. A. SCIIAEFEU.4 CC
THE ACItST FOR THE BRITISH For
eign Marine Insurance Corjipauy, (Limited), Las re
ceived Instructions to reduce the ratt. of Insurance
betvreeo Honolulu and Ports In tbe raeifle, and Is nov pre.
pared toissua Policies -at the Uncut KoSo, with a special
redaction ou Freight per Steamers.
i lU.U. 11. DAV1F8.
saVlvt ' Agmt BHL Itr. Mar. at. Co. (ZtoxCUd)
Tlie Crown Prince of PrsiHbin.
Anioni; the French who fell into the hands of
he I'ru.-sians alter tlie hattle of AVoenh were
two correeiiumlents oflhe Parte Press. M. Henry
Ciiuliiillat. of the Figaro, and M. Cardon, of th
Gaulols. V'iich of these gentlemen has" published
sin account of his adventures. At Soulz they
were brought into the presence of the Crown
Prince, and the Interview is thus described by
M. Cliabrillat : I confess I am very mnch em
Unrated. f I draw a flattering portrait of the
Prince it will be said that I am sold to tlie Pru
siaiio ; if i tlr.uv an unfavorable picture of him to
grtitify any malevolent passion 1 shall be guilly o
injustice uud faUehood. 1 am a reporter, which
means a kind of phutoaiaphcr. I shall therefore
simply and truly state what I saw and what was
said. Those who may be dissatisfied with, my ac
count must deal with tbe Prince themselves.
is not my fault that he is human. Would to
Heaven that all Germans were like him ; but, un
fortunately, it is not so. Prince Frederick Wil
liam, heir to the Crown ot Prussia, is a man o
tall stature, thin, with a calm and placid counte
nance, but in the curve of his acquiliue nose and
his dilating nostrils therefore evideucsof energy,
while the rapidity of his glance convinces you of
bis decision. A full beard softens the somewhat
stern expression of his features. He has great
simplicity of manner, and affects rather a kind of
bourgeois style of speaking, thinking and general
behavior. He was dressed in a black tunic with
red collar and fiijirigs, without any embroidery or
gold braid, npon the shoulder a small epaulet to
indicate his rank, but no other distinguishing or
nament. He wore a small black cap, bordered
with red, and the'whole unifurm was severely sim
ple. He spoke French with preat purity, with
out foreign accent beyond a slight German into
nation and occassional hesituncy at certain words.
' Do yoa speak German. Sir?' said he to me,
No. Prince, not sufficiently.' ' I amorry for it,
as otherwise you would have heard in what man
ner our troops speak of yours, and in what es
teem they hold them.' ' I thank you very much
for that opinion.' Oli, it is quite undeserved. Wtt
have all admired the tenacity and the courage
which have been evinced by even the humblest
of your soldiers.' Then, with much delicate con
sideration, and almost making excuses for men
tioning the facts to us, he told us that that they
had taken between 3.000 and 4.000 prisoners,
thirty guns', six mitrailleuses, and two eagles
Among the prisoners. wiid he, ' is (Jen. Raoult.
I went' this morning1 to see him at Henchshiifen,
where he was wounded, his hip and thigh being
broken ; I fear that he is uow dying. Ho is a
brave officer, and he has given me some addresses
in Paris to which he wishes tetters to be sent.'
But' Prince.' I observed, ' the other prisoners
also have families.' '1 ha1 ve thought of that." I
have had them sufplied 'with writing materials' ;
the letters will be sent nnsealeii to bur Consul at
Geneva, who will forward them to Fiance."
Priiici'. we thank jou on behalf of the" mothers
wlinse grief yon are about lo assuage.' ' I do
nut' fikti'w'ar, gentlemen. If I should reijjn I
would never ninue it. Now, dcsntle my love'of
icaCe. this i. the third campaign that I hare been
oinpelled lo make. I went over the battle-fild
e.-terday. It was frightful, if it only depended
upon myself this war would end here. It is your
MiniftPrs and the Kmperor who would have it,
it was not we Tvho wanted it. And yet the Em
peror has been'vely good to me and very kind lo
my wife. The tint time that I saw him was at
the Tiiilenes, on the 12th of January, when he
said to me, "You know that I have found n new
.Minister." That was this 31. Ollivier, who now
makes this war against us.' ' It is terrible, in
deed jand'I think your artillery is very formida
ble.' Ko. Sir. it is not superior to yours, but we
make different use of it from what you do, plac
ing it more freely vvitli tiie advanced posts,
Tourjiim is very good too good, indeed ; -for
wo have lost. I, think, more, than. yon have. I
have regiments which have lost, twenty-nine or
thirty officers. But we have taken prisoners, and
that restores our advantage,' ' All enormous ad
vantage, for you know well what yo-i had before
you yesterday.' Nearly 40,000 uieiv the corps
of marshal McMahon, and a division of the Sev
enth Corps. I did not intend to attack, wishing
only to make reconnois?ance in force, but one is
not always' able to put an end-ton fight "when it
has begun. It was fortunate for us, on the whole
as.ho wouldj doubtless have, received reinforce
ments, and we should have still harder work next
day.' '.Prince, it seems to me that you are very
well informed concerning o'urarmy.' ''One niust
be so,' said be smiling. ' But, said I,' willfully
committing an error, 'it was yonr entire onny
which was enngril, 250,000 men at least. ' Not
so many 180,000 men. They all fought well,
but if the Bavarians had man bed us well as our
men we should have had it all over by noon,-in
stead of fislitinu unlit after C o'clock. -1 should
not give battle to your army unless I was superi
or in number otherwise I would prefer to retire.'
You have one great advantage. Prince, in the
precision of the movement of your troops. From
the tower of Woenh we admired, though with
the grief caused by witnessing jour success, the
two flanking movements which you effected npon
our position. 1 lie hills of rroscliweiler are real
fortifications, and I did not care to attack them
directly. By turning them I Inl fewer men-'
'Wears very mnch obliged, Prince, for th? few
minutes you baije bejjn peasedto devote to us,
but we do not lee witb'you the Duke of Coburg,
whom we desirejo thank, for it was he who saved
'ua'yeBtflra"ayrand notwlthstantf'iigliis mt!njHnV
ieties, be has (Wgotlen the promise he made to
Speak, to you about na. t will perform your
commission.' Vh now ask that wsi may be tak
en bac to. the adtanced posts.' ' J see no ob
jection ;' and then having courteously saluted us,
' ' ' - t H
A rirTMCJAi in, London has invented an elec
trical machine with u.)iich, he.can.make the ha-
n.an body entirely transparent. He.puts you Iie
iween hiin and tbe light. ari'T'cn lie can exam
ine as plainly as if you wa i- 'q of glass. You
have (he stomachache, say. 'Ihe doctor lights
you up. sees that ache tooling around in there
among your works, and then he goes for it.
I srxrATHizE sincerely with your grief," said
French lady to a recently widowed friend.
To loose such fl husband as jours I" " Ah, yes,
he was very good ; and then, yon see, such a mis
fortune is always great, for, one knows what kind
of a husband she has lost, but cannot tell what
kind of a man one will Snd to succeed him."
After a Chrase.
Writing from the Max wilier, where the head
(juarters of the Crown Prince wero located on
Auff. 4, Mr. W. H. Rrrssell says : " We, after a
time reached tbe village of Ounstett, the environs
of which were the .scene of a desperate action be
tween the-French right and the Prussian left,
during the memorable battle of Woerth. Like
several others of the villages.it was crowded with
wounded, 'and pale faces looked out of the win
dows of the cottages, with heads bound up ; but
there were soon more terrible evidences of the
struggle. Tho debris of knapsacks, pouches,
mnskets, shoes, fragments of clothing, shakos,
thickened as we went on ; dead horses swollen to
an enormons size, with their legs stuck up in the
air, lay about in the fields ; and now we came on
a dead Prussian, who had fallen stiff, as if in the
act of cbsrging, and then came Zouaves and 'fur
cos, mostly the latter, in nil tbe fantastic rigidity
of death in battle., the faces in most cases covered
by the descent care or the country people with
little pieces of linen, which the rain had beaten
on tbe lineaments in relief. The burial parties
were busy close at hand and all over the countrv.
but the harvest was too heavy for the reapers.
I have seen now many fields an.i tbe more I see
of them the less I like them but never had I
beheld a sight so extraordinary as I camo on by
the little streamlet, the Sauer, which flows by
Gunstett. At an angle of tho road, by a vine
plantation, there bad evidently a sanguinary con
bat between the infantry; but a little beyond it
lay the scene of a cavalry charge, the relics ol
which formed the strange spectacle I am writing
of. Tbero were heaps of cuirasses still bright,
and brass helmets with plumes which had been
taken from the dead, wounded and prisoners aud
were piled at intervals along the road. "Between
these lay saddles, swords stuck in the ground,
horse trappings, vali.-es with. "8' and "6" on
them, here and there single cuirasses, dead hor
ses, helmets, swords, muskets the ground tram
pled, the vines heated down pools of hlood a
foul, sour smell every where ; this ifterally for two
miles on each side of the road. In the village it
self was a pile of thirty or forty cuirasses and bel.
mets, then another pile of t le same. Further on
mixed up with these " trophies " of the hopless
Cuirassiers, we came on tho 6ign of disaster to a
regiment of Lancers staves with red and white
Bt reamers in all directions, lancer shakos, saddles,
valises, and tunics, blue laced with white. One
would think Lancers and Cuirassiers had all fal
len together; but to whatever regiments lance
and cuiras3 belonged, it was,pluin they had been
routed and destroyed. One remarkable circum
stance is this not a Suirass was pierced by a
bullet. I looked most narrowly others did the
same. And yet what had beeD tbe fate of the
wearers 1 That is a problem I cannot solve, nor
could any one else : but it was nlain that thn
Cuirassiers were annihilated. It is said that one
regiment charged a buttery and got in emong the
guns, but was smitten by the. infantry on the
flai'iks with a laden shower thut they beat tbom
to tho earth never to rise again unhorsed, or
dead and wonnded, the unhurt all taken in a few
seconds. As I said, this sort of work was visible
for quite two miles along the road. The rain
cleared up before noon, and that mast bare been
iime little relief from suffering to the wounded.
who were still met in carta. The were some with
faces upturned, colJ and stiff, who cared no more
for what the elements would do. I snail dwell
no longer on such scenes. There will, I fear, be
many more' 01 them, and worse.
Tiiz Wipe. Only Jet, a- woman be sure she is
precious to her hqsbaud not nseful, not valuable,
not convenient simply, but lovely and beloved ;
let her be recipient of bi9 polite 'and hearty at-
ention ; let her feel she has the sincere respect
of her husband; anil that her care and love are
noticed, appreciated and rdturned ; let her opin
ion be asked, berapproval and judgment respecled
in matters of which she is cognizant; id short lot
her only be loved, honored and cherished in tha
true spirit pf thrv marriage- vow and she will be
to her hu;band. children and society a well spring
of pleasure. She, will bear pain and toil and anx
iety, for her husband's lore is to her a tower and
fortress. Shielded and sheltered therein, adver
sity will loose its sting. She may suffer, but
sympathy will dull the edge of sorrow. A house
with love in it and by loVed l mean love ex
pressed in words and looks and deeds (for I have
not one spark of ifaitb' In' love that never
crops pnt) a bouse without lore is na a person
to a machine ; one is life and the other, is mecha
nism. The unloved woman may have bread just
as light, a home just as tidy, a dress jnstj us neat
as the other, bnt the latter has a spring of beauty
about her. a joyousness, an aggressive, penetrating
and pervading brightness to which tho former is
a stranger.' The deep' happiness in her heart
shines out in her face. She gleams over it. She
is full of devices and plots, and sweet (surprise for
her husband and family. She js never done with
tbe romance and poetry of life. She is herself a
lyric poem, sotting herself to all pure and gra
cious melodies. Humble household ways and du
ties have for her a golden significance. Tbe prize
makes Ifer calling high, and the end sanctifies tbe
means. " Love is heaven," and heaven is lore."
Asono the stones told of General Thomas is
one ol an incident which occured when lie and bis
chief of staff. General Garfield, were inspecting
the fortifications of Chattanooga, in 1863. " They
heard a shout: " Hello, Mister 1 Yoa! I want
to speak to you." And General Thomas found
that be was the person addressed by an uncouth,
bickwoods East Tennessee soldier, lie stopped,
rind the dialogue which ensued was as follows :
" Mister, I want to get a furlough." " On what
grounds do yoa want a furlough, my man !" "I
want to go home and see ray wife." " How long
since yoa. saw your wife I" " Ever since I enlis
ted, nigh on to three months." " Threo months I"
" Why, my good man, I haven't ,
seen my wife lor three years." The East Teneg-
sean shopped whittling for a moment, and stared
Incredulously. At lengib he said : "Weil, you
see, me and my wife ain't that kind." Even
General Thomas's grimness was not proof against
the laughter which he rode away to conceal, leav
ing the astonished soldier without an answer.
Of coarse, it is General Garfield who tells tbe
A Bellioerest character threatened to kick
another who bad offended him. "Jt yon under
take It," responded tbe party cbsllenged, "yoa will
find yourself s man more shinned against tban shin
Tlie Pewer er Cfaate.
When Dr. Norman Xacleod Was In India, two
years ago, bo was tbe guest of Sir Alexander Grant,
at a party to which qulle anusiiber ot the more en
lightened and educated Illudas re.ro Invited. Tfcey
belonged .to the IntelUgent das, which Is .the
strength of the Brahmo Somaj.' Dr.ils5eodiTer
suspected that he was dolnj; anythloif Vmlsif In gtr-
Ino- an nnn rf i 1 T TX- . I . . . t
--a ..u u. (14 vwu irtmse, m Tsuca HO
"There were present, amon others, a deputy
Inspector, the principal of th trainlDffcoHejtftba
translator ottbe 'Arabian Nights, Pandit, a col
lege fellow, and a tollegr student All these were
singularly pleaslog and IutUI(rtnt gentlemen. The
whole of them bad renounced cute, aadTate snd
drank with us, although ooe of them eTlden'Jj felt
a little awkward In dolnrr so, and was eood-nalnrcdry
twitted by the others on account of It, None of
them, howeTer, professed Christianity."
But be had stirred up a barest' s nest about these not
very sturdy Ulndns, who bad reallj accepted this
Invitation "on the sly." never suspecting so so
count of It would be published. fVbea the orthodox
Hindus beard of Dr. llscleod's account, they Imme
diately had these men tip for discipline. They
l;uomlnlously recanted and begged for forgiveness,
and were finally restored to caste after paring a fine
of $250 each- Their claim ,not,to hare eaten with
tbe foreigners, but only to bare partaken of a little
fruit, Ice-cream, and' preserved ginger, Wa not ad
mitted; nor was Sir A. Grant's assertion that they
did nothing contrary to caste regarded as of any
authority. Vie copy from Miulonary Taper the
petition of one of the leaders begging to be re
Instated, with the action of the Brahman pope,
Sliankar Acharya, and the assembled Shastrts and
Pundits. . Krishna Sbsstrl, the lcadlrjg'min aaoes;
these reformers, thus petitions:
"Most Reverend World irn Shanlar Acharja,
Lord presiding, Ac., the petition of vourLcrdsalp's
servant, the erring disciple,, Krishna Sbsstrl Chlp
luukar Shenotb. Ou account of si letter from Bom
bay, tbe reverend authority of Poena Instituted an
Inquiry, and decided then to pot me ont of caste
for having eaten fruit, and Ice, and preserved
ginger. Ju this regard, examining tbe letters
from Europe and tbe previous papers, yonr
reverence has tbe power to meiclfully receive ma
back. Let your servant Hod audience. This Is tha
prayer of yonr obedient, Krishna Sbsstrl CbIp!sB
Question, by Assembly. On the 1th. 4c, yoa
were pat out of caste. Do. yoa petition to be re
.Answer, by K. Sbaitrl I do not think myself
guilly of the crime that the .court jon refer to de
cided there were strong suspicions of, and It seems
to me that the documents laid before yoa show me
guUlless. But, If your reverence thinks, there Is
proof of my guilt, I am ready to Iske any proiiA
chUt (expiation,) that Is according to the Sbastfas,
with my bead bowed low. Or, If the aatborlfy of
the Shastras Is not shown. I am ready to obediently
take such praycuhchiit as la pleasing to all this as
sembly. Assembly. You win Write down what yon agree
to with regard to not commlttlag such a crime
Krishna. I do not wist to commit such a crime.
This Is my agreement.
Assembly. Do yon ask prayatMhUt, having re
pented? Krishna. I have repented.
Assembly. It seems proved that yon ate pre--served
ginger, and frali andMce-crcimr If 'yoa
ba. repented of It, jon mnat give a lull and troe.'
account of tbe whole affair. -
Krishna. I hare written down all I remember of
tbe affair. Now, tbe knowledge that yonr reverence
and this assembly consider me gnllty and being
guilty are tbe same thing, and for this guilt I am
Assembly. Do yoa demand a prayatAcAUt on tbe
authority of tbe Shastras, or will yoa agree to such
as may be decided npon? " "
Krishna. Regarding the authority of tbe Bbas
tras and tbe antbority of your reverence at tbe same
thing, I do not ray that yonr aulliotlty Is different
from that of tbe Shastras.
Assembly. For removing tbe sin of eating what
should not i c eaten, and drinking what should not
be drank, all twelve kinds of prayaiiiehut, according
to tho proper manner of oar times acd country
Gopratyamata, 3C0 rupees; Anniatnph IS ropeea;
and Erahmailaai Jxnrefchajrebeen decreed,
and these sums you mast pay over.
Krishna. I agree to pay tbeta accordlng-tb1 tbe
sentence." -a .1
Evidently this style of "Reformed"' Hlndtxlsrk
lacks back-bone. '
A Tebbible Stout. The details of s moat shock
Ing calamity are chronicled In tbe Mount Pleasant
(West Virginia) Journal ot the 17rh Inst. A womin
residing In Roabe county, went, 'Cn'Monday morn
ing las!, to aatn'll creek near btr rraldeoca (or. tbe
purpose of doing "tbe week's washing," taking
wlib ber her youngest child, an Infant of about s
year old, leaving ber otber tbree-attbe boose. While
engaged at ber work, she beard sobpresaed screams
at tbe bouse. Taking up her little child from'the
soiled clothes upon wblcb It wst sitting, she priced
It In an empty wish-tub, to keep1 It from crawling
Into tbe creek In ber absence, and hastened to tbe
bouse, where she met ber eldest cblla, with Us bead
frightfully disfigured and swollen. She blstlly
gleaned from this one tlat'llio other three children
bad crawled under tba house In search, of eggs;
that while there something bad hart tbem.and that
tbe otber two children were still nndcr ibe bouse.
The mother sdon found meant for reaching' ber
children, and to her! horror fonndtttem dead, with
several moccasin snakes (a very poisonous and
deadly species,) crawling arpnndthelr bodies. Tbe
neighbors were alarmed, and by their assistance ihe
snakes were killed, and tbe unfortunate children
taken out, their bodies presenting frightful and
sickening appearance. By this time, the older one
was a corpse. The mother, lit ber despair ir.d agony,
bad forgotten until how, her little one at the ottk ;
upon returning for ber youngest child. It was only
to And It a corpse also. During ber absence It bid.
In some unaccountable way, npset tbe tub,' rolled
into the water below and was drowned. The poor
mother's grief was to 'great that, at last account,
she was a raving, manls ex. . , -
Resources 'or Fbaxce ahtj Psxmia. The eoe
Slct between' France snd Prussia makes It Interest
ing to compare tbe rtlaflvs resources ot tba, two
countries. France It considerably larger tban tbe
Confederation, not only In territory bat In popcik
tlon, for tbe last cesses gave the BatMrrvs
33,000,000 Frwcfcsno st4at. X,m,QQ0 Frmhsk.
In Fiance, however, the normal rate ot, lecrtsit i
population Is very slow, one hundred and ajity jiiis
being tbe time occupied tn doaMfof'tse? aatrtst,
while Prataistskt but forty-twa.jrv fiss.
clal matters tbe adTantsg U oa tbe Uc tsf Tnit'i,
whose Budget has never bees Terr neavtT. Tbe !
cldence of taxation In Prussia mijf be ptrf do's
about one pound a bead, while M Fra-Bce K Jo asvaHy
two pounds. Tho national debt of Prat! 1st bsvrsJy
two pounds a bead, while France has o pay InUree
i on llfteen pounds a head. 7p one case, tbe latere ts
j 2,000,060; In the other. It It no ea tbso 4sK,Mt.
France excels Prusala In hercconolcpoAtIs. vfe
commerce of France Is greater than tksvt of Prsttls,
and It has been computed that while tha tavcsavl ta
cotno of each Prussian It 38 per he!, tssrto ttie
Frenchman Is 37. Fraaslay svewtrrw, is Is is Hits
of France, and In fact of R Ike-Kara? atasas, as
far as education Is concerned. . .
The tallest tree assswed Is an ABtmsM, C Use
myrtle family, and of tbe eas taiyfUn. Jt I
489 feet blgb, bat In diameter assertor I last i
aw tslsssfl !
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