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BOOK AKD tTpB
Tills OFFICE 13 SOW rBSTAKED
TO EXECUTE ALL. ORDERS
For Plain and Fancy Pmting,
OP EVEltt- DESCRIPTION,'
WITIT aYVI TXESS A DISPATCH
Svary Wednesday Morning,
AT SLX DOLLARS PER A2.HTU3L
Panic DbcHUn SSJ0 to S1U.00.
Qof m SireMt, hi the eW
Baildnr, UomoMk, IL L
VOL. YI---KO. 45.!
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1870.
86.00 PER YEAR
MM aaaf waMSatMw V. X. Xxrvrx. at k Baiua-
VrV; -f-V---r-. nlr ot-
joii.- . 2ici:i:". 31. i.
taae saaaw C. a. Aiway. )
. aweariaaC m Up irtlm wot.: . el,i
liitjii'iiums jt mttnvrv.
ASB WVLBSA1 DEALEE5
4K IwrteX. C AX , HTt SCTMt
a. p. ji;i,
AT1wlSIX ass oothssixos at lav.
r MkMiAiwwi Py
thus. s. Turners
Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot
rvd Crouta:ng Library,
Ill Ml. KSTEBAL 3CBCEANT5, ASD
tk 1 1 CmmfA.
ASS MSaXS IS BMIS. SHOES
.V. C IIUI'I'i:?!. 31. !..
SK EKTEfCIAS, ASS S9BE6S.
, RaB, bMi tint,
nii.x.icii.v3i -v co..
AS 3KAI.ES5 IX HASDWAEE,
. r aaaan. - "
AH.V3IS Jt AVII.IIlIt.
ASB MSUOKieS KEECHASTS,
II. IIACKI'HI-O Jt CO..
6 EX EX. A L C0XX1SSI0S A6ESIS.
La 1m ii Krart. Bjaatahu H I.
SB. EOFFSCKLiEGEE & CO.,
ZXSHmSS&S ASB WXX1SSI0S XZECHASTS,
4' aala. 'atha. K C 'lj
TltnOOOICB C. IIISCCK.
ASS COKXI5510X J1ESCHAST.
Bo. .im. 'Wkn H 1
P. A. iCIl.VllKUK Jt CO.,
h i lira
J. C. aafesan
.mvnns jt hicksos,
XSCHSSISS ASD 9EALESS IS LUXBEE,
Aa4 tisa. ml aatUia Kaurmi Fort Straat, HaaakaML
ALLBS & CHILLIKGWOBTH,
JOIIi T. 'VATUItlSOUSE.
rSPCSXES ASB 3EALES IS GESESAL
I aaaa ?oi Haa-.l. K. I Iff
yv. i- citnirv.
BXSE2AL tMKXItSIwS AGEST ASD ESQ EES,
3IoCOI..A Jt JOIISOA,
C K. AV1LLI.U1S,
XASbTACTVEJS, IKPTES ASD DEALEB
la faa.'M at 1 1 h i iriaaaa. FarattaraWan-SaaBaas
w raa;iaai m .Maty. wrx-
i aa Hod Mrrax. aaar Fart.
iyraalj ilti a at lav lyt
SOT ASB SHOE STATR,
Kaactawax. arxl to tb. Until. Iltailata,
31. T. I0BI.I."
CABISET vVTH ASD UPE0LSTE2EB
. I,, mil. Un' Cooaar 9kca. IB
I aaaa rSTWlaft. ;ira
TIIBO. II. DAYIIX,
(Uh Jaaaaa. w a Oa.
D?02TE3 ASD OeSOOSSIOS HEECEAST,
EKPOSTEES ASD WHOLESALE DEALEES
Bata. Caaa BaaO. or. i
wM? mt 0i FErab&iac BmU. 4aw'
w aji i M. bi iiiiiii. taw-ty
j. . .U.IU. . C xixex.
YTAX.IEU Jt AM.1XV,
SHIPPISG ASD C0JOOSSI0K JCEECHASTS,
H gaa Straat. n.mh-te. a L Pr
I L. TO It II C KT.
DEALES ET LXnCBEB. ASD ETEET KIND OF
II ftmn-aniif Qmra aa Fart atrratt. m Ijt
ROLLES Jt CO.,
EHTP CH ASD LEES & COHKISSIOS HEECHASTS.
Qa Sanrt. Hoaakaia. PutfcaW attcaaaa fmii to tk
yaraaaa. aa4 M. T BawaSaa frttaa
xirrrj XT rfxatsaaawra
CX.I3akara.aOa, IH tUAStU a Ca,
CSrwwaraK CiiIi x Ocoi t ilr
BC vrateraua Eac, I
cnt3G no OX.
Ccifsioa Xirrrxat asA Gesml Agcst,
Isporur af Tcu aa otkr XJalccM aa4 Forrifn Good.
"kJ ill Tiiilrr In r ' aa4Aea(urtbt
Faakaa aa4 t Esxar FUaUosi. FIra-fnuf
Saara aaaaaw awt, haw Bar B-Ij
GEOCEE ASD SHIP C HASH LEX,
irjxa4 tacndlx tesiab. ta atjw tkaiacat fxnr
It aU tanaa. flj
la WaeRoneB- If
r.itt twMtM .. r n
at Van aTlxiHI Win-, J.ear.
fw!wlekakaxiaeaSc u tke Aayaaaat
, mm lir al
JOII.A II. IMTl,
Smmmgj PkJk ast tksBdHtMK f Deeds
WaaaaatS.r.rirrk...iMgl I,ll kaifcain
at Ma ak-w. pmn. -kar. tar ar. prraarW to raxMjk tk.
l in . Until tanaa nal , mm .ackaakarK
atSaaiirtiilw kil ikkji mankiinilawti
jjjj- -a k- k F- --
a aaavr rax
Tlij r aa! CV Urniaal rain'ilMn,
axajaw aa r nai. Jiarta fanraari Oaiioa., aaa
HONOLTJLU IRON WORKS CO.
STKAM ENGINES, Sanr Mills
SsS B 1 ' v leasers, lroa. Bras. t ta Cattr,
Machinery of Every Description,
W Mae to Or. -S
Fartswriir a!tU paid to Ship's Elattasitbiag.
J. !. V1CKSOS,
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
No. 93 King Street,
fNeerfy mi Hi Mmm. IH.ii A Co.
Onai Mrt.!ie. Bk. Call nassa Sac, Fair-
I mm la. laartsst. autie.
1V3I . KYI" CO Jill,
0ee, C7. Tort & Hotel Streets.
. C. CilUtlll. X- A. BLtXE.
cn.vi.ii3im. & co.,
IXPOKTEES AND DEALERS IS WISES,
trtlV Ala. Ac., So. $, N.axaa Street, ItHt'lIotkut
A. S. CLCCIIIOIO.
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALEH IS
Tmtm-mnmt Sur.. orsar at (tone m4 Klihl.iM Slneti.
lUcatl bhUUMh 00 Stan ftrat. b tk nrw
1 rrt nt Hl smu. lUit
l a. r. CltflX
C. IIItKIVItK V CO.,
AB8.VTSJJI Ihr lloituii a.iil Ilunoluln Packet
.lCET-For ibe ?Ittr. W.llaku and Han
ACIUTN. Per til FuRhlHind Sal o( Iflaiid
i. r. sautas. A. ukk.
it. i i:iii.i;iis Ar co..
DEALERS IS DET GOODS ASD GESESAL
Tlmm, mimmtHtMZ em f1?.W.OtJ Fril.,HB- K-lj
I A. SCIIAIinil
OIHT for tb BKOEX
lawal idt tk DrgdB Boan of Fa4al l ltrit
mom it.aai aaaraac uaawwrm.fi.
man aa Qa 5trt, on 4ott frum Kaahasaaa
31. S. GIII.-MJAi;3I Jt CO..
UIPQETEBS ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS
la fnkkiakli Ontkiac. Bata, Caaa,
mmmrr xanac. or ecatlvaava . .apiili
Star, ax Maka'. Btock, Qaaaa KraM,
.U-'0.G Jt ACIICCK.
Inporterj, Wialeal 13 X4ail Dtileri
Aaa1Ckhniiai. la tkrit-yrsof an ca Xaauri Stmt,
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
A OTA. It Y 1L'III.XC,
WAGOS A5D CAEEIAGE BDILDEE,
6 1C1 hi; Mr.ct, llonolnlu.
riiirfac aaaa witfc car aaa aaat-
AV90 tmrtaenh-r atiiatioa
at BlarlkMrtaiAC aa Hmn shoiaae.
Orn tnm ta wiWr I-tea w uwclr acaM4- 4-lyI
J. NOTT & CO.,
lOri'IlK Jc TIX SJIITHS, axaaa rtry d-
MciBtioa of work ia tkear IBM. aeI oa llaatx-
kwat ar -alaewaan. Tbey xlo kp oa baixl a fall
til ! lilt af
kt Coepar, Skr Tn .
ikat Lni, kt Iras.
Irea Wire. CopforWire,
Salt t Bnn SaUrr. PaU Ears,
1'rceMa Backat Cat!.
Blitc mai TSaaa RireU.
Caesar Ri.ctl. etc.
Aba) aa liaad. a few bmk af
TUObC SPLiESDIB COOK1XG STOVES,
KceeiT4 by tk " Syrea,"
" Cattac Plaat" aa Grar JuUli." tortlber
'$J L" "f -frB4-'jlrr Ti CZuiT!"
atafM ia the Ktarkes. ZiT" ark on BatldiB. i
Kckal rwUrrn f (ot. walrr fpf !. ic. SWa-wofk
' .a.pi.Bfiiuuu.. ,xi,,. ,
JA3IES I- LEWIS
COOPER AND GA TIGER,
At the Old SUid, comer Eicg and Eethel Streets.
A Ura Stork wTOilSkwiki aal all ktaat of CoofMriac
lltkalaki caa.li a tty a kaaw. II. kapa. bj attat ta
laitaiu t aMrlt a laatiaaaac af tkaaatroB.fr wkark k
au karwtoair. sM aa4 lor akatk b saw ratarai kxi
a. ii. Tiio3irio,
Qseea Street, Hosclclo,
Ru coaocaaUy oa mmmi aa4 ta- Ml at tke lonit Market
Prkaa. a gooa aawatM.at af tk Bf t Bcoad Bar Iras, aai
BV at aiackMUk .Coal. S9-l;6
r. ii. Jc c. si::li,ki;a,
TLTS, ZIKC AKD C0PPEE SMITHS, AND
SHEET EB0S W0EEEES,
Scsiau Street, bctcees Xerthut asd Q&eec
Hat coaataatt aa kaaa. Stort.. Ftpa. Gal-.lixii
Iraa Fla. Ftaia taw Has .5lur-cock,. Iax
lUkk l Bat-U Z-cir. iala1k.f S matte
aSh. wttkewcyhwoaa atj gmmfinr. Buk-Taka.
laaaawoavary uieMaea,at xxawar. orarcrj cr-
Fanacalar itlali grraa ta gaaa-Wotk. Orim trod tb
ataar Iwaaai wat k caraMi attaaaaa to.
IVtakral to tk Ottiaai af BaaaMa mmi tk. Uan4
a.agia- tjr tkrh- Mtwrwl yatraExc. ia taapart, wc bcr by
ttrfetalkKHta tatwnfeMM twBcrtt Ihaw. fartk.fararc.
Carriage and Sign Painting.
tggtu.ai4 tb aarriera if a onpual Z
SZlZzZ. work axaa, w aaw arvcanw taaxBoato.
mm ataVn kl tkDwcof CARKIAU mat SIGN PALNT1S0
Am- Ln a ynsrr to Warrxat SiUifActicz. "a
IMn T Kfa? Strtct. Ubo1b1s.
HOUSE ASD SHIP PLTJKEES,
Elig Street, xuxt ts the Scasea'i BtheL
Hu oa baxaV Batb-Tak. VaterJlOKtx, traib-Bulas,
Fare aa lift Faape, l& aad GtlTaaixaw Irao iaa.
aad Fwcaxkar's BraM-workx. Bia; tka oaly plaattcrlsth.
city, b waft .xecattaa ardcri aatrcxtcd ta Lisa ia a wark
tunKke axaaaer. l-Zm
THE VSDEBSIO'ED beg to notify the
pablir that they hare re-apeced the abore wtlt
kaawn and popular Exioon, where will always be
faaod an Msartaiect of the
Best Wines, Liquors and Ales,
that the market afords. and e?tmers taay be assur
ed that they will find aa experienced tar -tender, asd
every xttectsoa to their estafaru. u
The BSiiard Room, which if the largest aad coolest
in the city, eoulxics
THREE SUPERIOR BILLIARD 'TABLES !
With all the Latest ImproTesaenU.
G. C. SIDERS. )
J. C. CLrSET, l ,"Fnt'
necolalo. Sept. it. 1570 X7Zm
CALIFORMA RED BRICK, receired per
"D. C. Ksrray," aad for tale by
43 B0LLES A CO.
H. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping1 & Commission
31 1! IICHAZNTS.
405 Fruit Strut, comer of Clay, San Frcrclseo
as ij v
The Australian Steam Xatisation Co's
Patent Slip & Engineering Worts:
SY11MJV, Ji. S. AV.
'S'p77 AB 1 of Euaiacffia Wort, Im
5teLttv?kjr-tUdiar nnl .kit . regain, vl
xata rka4r aaa xprktNilr. VrW tkt
krrt tvaa0 caa uka T-14-1;
TREU. It. TKOCTOX. 3I..;.r.
LEARMONTH. DICKINSON & Co
SYDXEY, X. S. ".,
General Commission Agents,
TOH atta4 ts tk ul, tt Stadwkk Ittaad Pnalac, and
arraac lir Mraacr. a aaaa.
f IV. U GKEEX IlMMlnla
- MACfACLA.NK, CLAIK 1 Co.. ila rraartx
It. J. IlOKMr.A.
ASD ISSUEASCE AOEST,
It aa4 it Jlmkufi Exekaaa. CalUaniia Strret. San
1 .rnaabca. CalHbraia.
Hmrm. Bca Jt Co San FraacUw.
Xm. C. .Vaotak. Low X Co $a rraacbaa.
Mm. Hatha. 1 Brakaa Saa rraatiMtt.
Ktun-H llarafcMAO.... HaaalatB.
E. a. vnuuu, a. r. inscaiu, c x yaaaxx.
WILLIAMS, BLAXCHAED & CO..
SHIPPISG ASO COKjIISSIOS JIEECEASTS
tel No. Zlf OHfcrata St?rt, i.n Fnackw.
J. c. nusi
S. T. Cat.
JTCEAKEK, MERRILL & CO.,
l nac v? m pcft so nccm tnirpc i ium Maar,
wmtm au er. fTtf'. icm.raim. kjtoo. w.. to Mnanrt.
Owigawtt ttpecmlij Ucit4 tar la Ortsa Market, t
Mfim vuiH Btao vat retfatrfa.
Ckarln W Brae.
J C Mrrrtll . Of
n.ia.r a Laoaak.rgr. .
Jaat. Patrick Cb
Uai T Cl.ain Oa
ADD t Lawfe . . . .
Lroaarw . Qra
FLINT, PEABODY & Co.,
ASD AOESTS OF
PACIFIC BAESEL ASD EEG COHPASY.
At aroaarra to farafak Kia aS Buxl Skaokx is aar
qaaatity naaiiid. aa4 rtacUall solicit cauigameat of
Slrai VUbmr t Oa. llourtalu.
Ham II HwthU 1 Co Haaolala.
ni Carta, J Ciuk Haaolala.
Utwi WaBar I Atrnm UnoWl
"o. California Mirtt, San Franrltco.
i:. 3i. yaa hei:,
Hxrrap tk bat ttcibti. through an lati&Mt. cofiamiDa
witk tke JapaacM trad foe tk aa.t ight year.. H prDarm
tu traoaacr UiT bftaM atrustl to em car., wick OMpatck.
LAKGLEY, CEOWELL & CO.,
WHOIrES ALE DRUG-GISTS,
S2! Cor.Batterr&CUTSts.SiaEraneuco. :
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
jUijiel s IHLASO-IULASO. VASDAJIES
iVj aa, Jvcker Clab. xraD;ipane, aad otlicr jr
fata, of exaaiaite fraraoce
RIMMEL'S Laresdtr Water, dlftilied frota Mit-
Biaimel'a Toilet Vinegar, eetebrateJ far it Bsefal
tad Bittrr praprtK4.
BiaiBal'a Extract of Lime Jaiee and Gljeeriae. tk
fceit breparttioQ for tke bair, epcixi!j in warm eli-
RnasaeT. Daaog Oil eap, perfumed with Acrtra
Uiait&tl'i Glycerine, lianey, Windsor and ether
Rrmmerf Eoic Water, Caftcoe acd Flaral Crack
ers, very amasiag for baits xd-1 parties.
nbameTi Violet, Roie-Ieaf, Bice, and other Toilec
A liberal allowance to .his pers.
Fcrfoncr ta II B 1! tke Friain of Wal.. 95, Stnad,
IS. Bsat Strt. aad U. Com kilt tininnn:
IT. Bactcrarw IUIku, Fxnx, aad It, Kiag'.
a SoM by til Pcrroaiary V.aiari. 3T-ly
No-5 Merclaat Street, oppotit tb. Sailet's name,
IX ALL JTS BBAXCHES,
HAS COXSTASTLT OS IIA.D a variety
of nOMt-MADE FCEMTTBE. wtith b oaW, t
ula THE LOWEST MARKET PBICE CMXfettas; ol
BEST BLACK "WALSUT PABL0E iUK.HHUEE,
Sp1F-Bck Easy Chain, Idsixrs aad MaltraaKa.
Hair and frnac lxttraaw., ffindow Stiadr. aad Up
Cerers nude to order.
Old I'uriiiturc Itc-1'pliol.-.tcrcd,
Bcpairad aod Taraixbed, witk axtutaetkia wtrrx&td.
Cailaa4 cxxaiia oy stock before r.crcfcaaio2 ela
Aa Terns EeaaooaU. Ail craers froea Sblp-etaaten aad
the ottar Itaoo. will b. prenttly atleaoed to. i-iy
InproTentat is the Order cf the Day.
HAVTSG C0S5IBDCTED A SEW SKYLIGHT,
and made Tarioet other isprofecenU. I hope
aow to be able to suit the taost fastidivai with
A. Photograph of asy Size,
From a Crystal to a Mammoth, taken in tho Best
Style of Art, and on the most reasonable terms.
Also, for sale, riewt f tb ItlxtAs, Portraits of
the Kings, Queens, aad other Setahlef .
II. L. CHASE,
3!-ly Fart Street.
C. W. GREY 6t CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Leleo, Kxsafictsren aad Dealtri
In all kinds of Six p. Beef, Motion, aad Goat
OEce, 30 Fort Sect, where crden will he receired
aad proasptly trteaded to. 39
0c ca Jasrs Bchiaxaa k Co't 'Whirl
CoBttaaes the benaesa tm bis old ptaa of aettlisxr wit
oCcera aad axaon lotraadittely aa tb' saipftaf; at ia.
otSca. Uxriax ao direct or Indirect cueaet- inb xrycat- :
eziiar HtxLtbhBteat- aadallowiac co.ttxtfc eolfected '
la bbroSca, bbcpu toexr a caod liTufirri.ra Za the fa-
tcra a aa aa ia tsa
SUGA1I & 1M0LASSES
II1LO, II. I.
Sugar and Molasses,
CItor NOW COMING IN, and for sale
in quantities to rait purchasers, by
I-3" WALKK18 j ALLKX. Arrnts.
Sujrrtr nd 3IoI:i-e Croji IS70
COMING IX. FOR SALE IX QUAXTITIES
to suit pnrchasrrs, br
1-3 WALKER A ALLEN, Acentj.
Sttar :i ii 1 31alu!!: Crop IS70
COMING IX. FOR SALE IX QUAXTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
WALKER A ALLEN, AKeuts.
rVetv Crop ol" Sugar fc 3ioItisci
VTOW COMIXG IN, AND FOR SALE IN QDAX
XN titles to suit purchaer. br
C. RKKWEK d CO.. Atents.
VfEW CROP NOW C0M1NU IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to suit terchasers. by
l-3m' C. BREMER d CO.. Asents.
SUGAR of SUPERIOR QUALITY,
TS QUANTITIES TO 4UIT PURCHASERS
S- and at ReaoaabIe Prices, fur sae by
S let F. A-iSCIIAEFER A CO.
For Kona andjau, Hayaii.
& Schr. Active, 3Sk
P. .MELI.I5.II aia.tcr,
Will raa as a regular packet to the abort ports.
ror iretot or passage apply to -l-3m
WALKBS & ALLEN, Ajents
Regular Packet for Molofcai.
WHi rati a sa regular parket between
aad Mol'Jair touching at Kannakakai and 1'ukoo.
i-or frefght or passt-K apr!y to the Captain on
II. PRENDEROAST. Asent.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF XW YORK.
Cash Assets, over . . .$36,000,000 !
Casb Dividends in 1SGS.....$3,2j7.I37.2G.
The Largest Life Insurance Company
. 7JT THE WOULD
Prcniltinist niitt lie Pnitl ?"rlui-A ii.
utmlly or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
14-1x6 Acents for the Jfawaiian Islands.
IMPERIAL FIRE I.NSCR.IXCE C03IPAM
Of Loadoa. Iastitcied 1803.
CASH CAPITAL, S,0utf,000 In GOLD.
Tnr, UNDEE5I0NED ire prepared to Issue policies an
Ftre Risks (with or without tb arrnize etxuel eo
PUaUtios ItaiUiott ami SlaebioaVr. ITItxi- UaelHnrs.
Brick. toae aa trooden ctore-, k-rchxiHe, Cualx, Lum
bar, Skifaia Port, Ac, oa the awatfirurakfe term..
- All Losses Adjaited aad Paid for here. "E9
Far particulars apply at tbe offic. of r
JS-ly Arects forjtb. llxw.Hxa I.Uadj.
ilAEINE IKSUEANCE C0MPAHY
Or Siu Frmnel.co. ,
TUB CSDKIISIG.VED having tetn ap
pelnted AfMJU fjr tbe bOT.OKflpDX. ar pretwvd
tr tae Pvttdes ca Cargoe. Frtlplit id Treai
urr. WALKtii Jt A LLCS.
I-wka A (rent, UonWala.
SO ABB OF TJHDEltWHITES.
fBHIE CVDERSIGaVED harlng" been ap
JL ptxnttftti AcDtj for tbe &&a FrosifCO Heard cf Under
writer, ctrtapfititop I he
California Insurance Company,
Merchant' lutnallttarlnc- In. Co.,
laclfic IninranceCopipanf, n
California Llo-rd. and
IlomeIntnal Insurance Company-.
B-c IaiTe tw fBtwris) M -ttra i( Teeli txni th public tene-
riHj. tbat all lacsei of Vel Aad C-trw-rt, tr ired by citber
wT th abeve Gampasi. urtioit prH cf tbe ttut asd
cbr ratt, at or oexr Lbo C4Lidtcfa IUad vill hat ta
t veriaed by tLem.
1-JD li. ilAUM-LLU at tju.
THE CMlEnSlC.VED, ACJKXTS OP THE
abo. Campa&y. bat beep aotborized to insure risks
oa Car 1:0. Frelcht aad Traaanrc. from Ilanolulo
ta ail pert, cf tbe world, aaJrire Terra,
Ifr-ITO It. IIXlO.ri.UU At I.U.
THE CXDEHSIC.VED, ACEXTS of the
akore Company, bat been aatboriied to i&sar risks
on Carsro Frelcht and Treasure, byCoaaters,
frwaa Hooolnla to all pcrU of tbe Hawaiian Group, aad rice
M n. UACKFFLP CO.
FLEE INSUEAKCE C0MPA5Y.
THE ITXDEitSIGSED b.rlog been ap
sciated Aeenu of tbe abcre Ccmtanr. are rrenarrd
txlBvar risks aaxicst Fire, on Stone and Brick Build
iacs, and on Mercbaisdlae sirred tberein. uo tbe
aval favorable tens. For pxrticnlxr. apply at tbe office of
My T. A. SCUAEFBB t CC
THE AGEST FOR THE BHITISH For
efzw Mxrlae Inssraaca Corapxay, fTiciitedt, baa re-
crirei raxtrwetioaa to frdace Ibe rate ol Iasaraoc.
between Hg&oIbU aai Porta In tbe Parise, and Is sov pre.
pared to iaina Pilkiea -at tbe aaxsf Sola, with a'spocial
redoctloo on Freixbt perfteaeters.
iiixas. u. xix tire.
-ly JLjtd Brit. Tor. Utr.Iiu. Co. (UmOtdj
Corner of Hotel and fort -Street.
THE CHOICEST ASD BEST OF ALES, WISES
asd Spirits always to he found at the Bar. iZlyt
Barsjtxs, Oct. 21 The Beljjhn Jfottifr oOcUl
ly denies thst tho Gorcnimcnt has receired any note
float Ptussl, complaining of tho tone of the Belgian
press, or that there la any lack of cordiality In the
relation, between the to countries.
The people of Chateau-Xcul have refused to an
ewer repeated requisitions of detachmrtiU of Prus
elsns. It Is understood that the PrussUc coDjmiu
der sustains the action of the people.
The ArcdeTriumphr.aParls, Unow to all In
tents and purpo.es, an iron-clad fort. The work on
the structure was completed a day or two ago.
Lo-ndon. Oct. A despatch from Amiens to
day announces that the PrussUus are only three kilo
Erery preparation has been nude to defend the
The armistice at Mezclers ended yesterday at 3
o'clock. The bridge over the Meusc will be blown
up to-day, but the bombardment will nut be Com
uiencvd until more troops and mnuitlonsol war are
brought up. The French force within the walls or
Mexclers Is computed at about 5,000.
Bekus, Oct. 2iL The Staatt .Itiirtjcr of yester
day, in its account or the atTalrs before Mctz, says
the sickness in tbe army is due tn the quality of
food. Uysentry is decreasing, and typhoid will go
with tbe present coot weather. Desertions are In
creasing, the fujWves all clrlng the same reason
hunprr. The lurestlng-forces, and the German Ar
mies generally, receive abundant supplies or all
New Yoke, Oct. 22d. The TiJegnxm has London
advices from Tours. Bxzalne had made a successful
sortie from Mela, and was In rapid march with bis
whole army to Paris. Tbe Democrat, per contra,
had advices from Mclr that a Republic had been
proclaimed, and Biialnc, while endeavoring to
check the Republican manifestations, had been .hot.
TOCRS, Oct. S3d. The follovsiur despatch has
just been receired from Cbatetiu-Xcut: On the Hth
Baaslne made a sortie with eighty thousand men.
crushing the enemy, which consisted of sixteen hat-
tallious of Infantry, and two regiments Jof Cavalry.
He also captured 103 vtaguus laden with stores and
provisions of war.
Sickness amon; the bcselgers is constantly In
creasing. The Prussians have been forced twice to
renew the army around Melt,
Another dcepjtcu frura Cbstcau-Xcuf, says: The
siepe or Verdnn was Interrupted lately by the vig
orous dcfen.e of the French j the latter made sever
al sorties and Inundated the environs or the town.
Cltartres has been surrounded by the Prussians,
20,000 strong, with 40 cannon. Tho Prefect and
Mayorarranged with tbe Prussian commander that
the rights of clllzens be respected. The Frisians
have blown up the bridge al Clery, and returned to
camp at Beaugency.
Tbe ClxMtffattennrf to-day announces tblt Lord
Loua, the British Minister, made an important
communication to tbe Government here. He wish
es to be aided by Austria and Italy lo effect an ar- I
mistlec, In order that tbe election of members to
the Constituent Assembly may proceed. He said
that Russia would act in some direction. Tbe Gov
ernment bad not yet returned a formal reply.
Londox, OcL 22d Evening The latest edition
of tbe Times contains a special telegram form Berlin
stating that Prussia has rejieated her willingness to
grant an armistice on Ibe principal that tbe cession
of property will be conceded; the mere dismantllu;
of tbe fortresses in Altace and Lorriane, under Eu
ropean guarantee, is Insufficient.
Versailles, Oct. 21st, ria Beelis, Oct. 22d. At
noon to-day, a sortie was made by tbe French from
Fort Mout Valerein, supported br 40 Held cuns.
They were victoriously repulsed by detachments of
tbe Ninth and Tenth Divisions of Infantry and a
regiment of tbe Landwebr, supported toward the
close of the engagement by tbe Fourth Corps. The
Prus.ians captured 100 prisoners and 2 guns. Tbe
German loss was smalL The King witnessed tho
fight from tbe Marly viaduct.
The people nf Versailles were greatly alarmed.
The official report of captures made at Solssons,
just made public, shows that 99 otHcers and 4,633
rank and file surrendered; there were 123 guns of
all kinds, 70.000 bombs, 150 tons or gun powder,
and a military chest containing 92,000 francs, fell
Intu the bands of the Germans.
London, Oct. 22d. There are rnmnrs of an agree
ment having been made at the Prussian neadqnar
ters with General Buyer, tbe meesangcr of Bazalne,
tbe substance of which is that tbe Marshal Is to
march on To Paris and declare for Napoleon IV.
Tbe marble bust of Napoleon, tbe gold cross
from tbe chapel, and part of the Imperial library
were sared from St. Cloud SDC are in custody of tbe
Crown Piince of Prussia.
Gen. Sheridan arrived at Brussels to-day on bis
way to Rome, lie will return to the Prussian army
when the operations become more active.
London, Oct. 23d. It is reported that England
will offer direct Intervention Tor an armistice, and
that Lord Lyons and Lord Loftus bare taken steps
to that effect at Tours and Bctlic, and that perfect
accord in tbe matter exists between England, Italy,
A special to the New York iTorU says: Gladstone
and Granville spent the whole day In consultation
with tbe Prussian. Russian, Austrian and Italian
Ambassador, and General Boyer. Tbe latter had an
interview with Connt Napoleon's Secretary at Mans
and one with the Empress" at CMsclburst
It is reported that tbe Emperor and Empress have
agreed with the King and Bismarck, npon a project
of peace, which includes dismantling tbe fortresses
In Eastern France! and an Indemnity by France to
Germany of six thousand millions of francs, in cat
tle, grain, and oil. So cession of territory Is to br
made unless tbe people of Alsace upon a plebiscite
should vote for annexation to Germany.
Bjnlne is to leave Metz and proclaim tbe Prince
Imperial Emperor, with tbe Emperess as Regent.
It is added tbe solution depends abenlulely on tbe
acceptance by King William of tbe conditions intro
duced Into tbe proposed arrangement by the Great
Powers that the cession of Alsace should be deter
mined by the people. Tbe Great Power insist on
this, and it is rumored tbat if Germany objects to it
they will intervene 'by force to compel Prussia to
w ithdraw her armies from France.
A JWsBne special says: The telegrams from Tours
and Tirana announcing tbe proposal by England ol
an armistice are substantially true. I Lave tbe
highest authority for saying that the British Govern
ment concluded tbat tbe time bad arrlred fur mak
ing another effort. They enrttdered tbe moment
critical and felt it their duty to try sometblng.
They bare urged an armistice by inakiDZ represen
tation for Prussia and France and asking other
power to join them In tbe effort to bring IrabouL
The armistice is intended to allow the convention
of the French Aisembly. It is understood that
Bismarck favors It, bnt insists fin an armistice In
volving in Impracticable basis of peace. While, the
GTertnres of Great Britain have not been unfavor
ably received at both Tours and1 Versailles, tbe
British Government has imrT hopes of success.
There is a chance, but only tnce, that present
efforts may yioduce a suspcnxin uf hostilities.
Loxdos, Oct. 22d. Late on Wednesday eveolnjr
word reached Londtroderry tbat the Cambria, of Ibe
Anchor Line, had beea wrecked off the coat of Done
gal. Tbe Information was brought to that city by tbe
only snrvlTor, John lleGartlaDd, aVsteerase passen
ger. Tbe Intelligence was at first disbelieved, but
has since bets confirmed.
Tbe following is 1 summary of McCartland'i nar
rative, gotten through frota Londonderry:
The voyage from New York was generally fortu
nate, notwithstanding pppleataat weatherprevailed i
most of the lime, until, the night of Wednesday, Oc
tober lDlh, between lOand llo'clock. The Care brla
was theu under sail, and steaming rapidly. Sudden
ly, vtbetiall wss apparently going well, she eliuck
on Mltral!nc Island, ten miles west of Donegal and
thlrtv west or Londonderry. The vessel Instantly
began to Oil, through large bole stove In her bottom
and the fires were soon extinguished.
It became evident that the steamerwas hopelessly
lost. Efforts were directed to save tbe lives ot the
passengers who were massed upon the deck. Four
boats crowded with passengers were launched, (aDd
pot uu irom tuc sinking siramer. -McCsrtiand1 en
tered one or these, and he saw no more of tbe ship
or the other boats. He thinks there ia no doubt all
the boats were swamped, and that he 1st tie only sur
vlvor. Almost Instantly upon getting Into the boat
it capsized. Ho lost his consciousness, and upon re
covery, found himself In the sea, but grasping the
gunwale of the boat, wblch had righted ; he succeed'
ed In pelting In the boat a second time, and found
the dead boi'y ora lady dressed in black silk. Mr.
McCarthind was tossed about for miny hours, when
hu was picked up by the EnUrpriit.
Captain Gillespie cruised about tho scene of the
disaster fur a lopg time in the hope of saving life or
properly. McCartland says almost at the very time
oftbe disaster, the passengers and crew were con
graiulatlng themselves 011 tho tempestuous voyage
Being nearly finished, and rejoicing In the fact that
in one short hour they would land at Moville. There
were certainly one hundred and eighty souls on
board, perhaps more.
Lo.ndox, Oct. 2IsL The steamer Enterprise, from
Garston to Londonderry, picked up a boat ol Inio-
wbenotrthe Heads, at three o'clock yestuiiay af
ternoon, containing a sailor and the corpse of a girl
The sailor stated that tbe steamer Cambria, of tbe
Anchor line, from Sew York, struck, at ten o'clock
the night previous, on the Irish Trabnlll (? Island
and became a total wreck. Four other twats con:
tabling passengers Ml tbe steamer, but have not yet
been beard from. Tbe sailor reports that bis own
boat was upset and all In It but himself were drowned
Uosie, Oct. 21st. Tho Pope has formally suspen
ded the sctslon of the Ecumenical Council, on tbe
ground tbat there bad been n sacrilegious Iuvaslorijof
the territory or tboCbnrcb, which might prevent
tbe rreedom or action of the Pope and the Fathers.
The jubilee in honor of the Council, however, is not
LosDoxDEiirtT, Oct. 22d. A careful examination
of the coasts and waters for miles around tbe scene
of the Cumbria disaster by river steamers, falls to
discover any traces of missing boats from tbe Cam
bria. LosnONDERBT, Oct. 22d. Vessels just returning
from tbe scene of the Cambria disaster In North
Channel report that tbey discovered only a lot of
broken spars and a few barrels of flour, which formed
a part of her cargo. Nothing is yet heard of the
small boats which put off from the Cambria when
she struck, nope for their safety has not been en
tlrely abandoned, bat McCartland reports that tbe
wind was little abort ofa hurricane. They silled at
a time In which it would have been miraculous for a
craft to live.
New Yoiik, Oct. 22J. The total loss or the steam
ship Cambria, which was yesterday rumored, Is fully
confirmed by later despatches. There Is little hope
that tbe passengers who had taken to theboatshave
t scaped. Tbe coast Is a very dangerous one, and It Is
evident from tbe upsetting of one boat, from wblch
a single survivor of tho wreck was picked up, that
the sea was very rough at the time or the dUastcr;
nevertheless, tboso who bad friends on board need
not be in haste to imagine the worst. Tbe coast is
admirably guarded by expert, adventurous men, and
It Is not Impossible that If the boats were driven
ashore some of tbe passengers were saved.
Less fata, but still serlons marine losses arc re
ported this morning, many or them on onr coast.
The late gales were everywhere dangerous, and we
may expect to bear or several serious wrecks aloDg
tbe Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
Tbe Cambria was in a sonnd condition, and had
been regarded as tbe finest vessel on any of the ocean
lines. She was but recently rebuilt thoroughly of
Iron, and was in every way prepared for the severest
contest with wind and wave CapL Carnagban, her
commander during bcr ill-fated voyage, was-one of
the most experienced and skillful naval officers. He
bad been a commander of vessels of the Anchor Llue
several years, and was thoroughly conversant with
tbe navigation of the trans-Atlantic route.
Scbexcctadt, S. Y., Oct. 20th. The city was vis
ited with a severe shock of earthquake at a quarter
past 11 o'clock this morning. All the inhabitants
rushed, terror-stricken, into the streets. Tbe ex
citement is intense. Much cenfnsion prevails, and it
is impossible to ascertain whether any serious damage
has been dose.
Clcvelasd, Oct. 20th. A very visible shock or
earthquake was felt here thismorningaboutllo'cloek,
lasting fifteen or twenty seconds. The National Bank
Building, Atwater Block and other largo buildings
swayed ti and fro, causing people occupying the up
per stories to fiock into tho streets. The greatest con
sternation prevailed. The shock was plainly felt in
New Yore, Oct.. 20tb. A sharp shock of earth
quake wa distinctly felt in this city this morning.
Montreal, Oct. 20th. At a quarter past eleven
o'clock this morning a severe shock ofearth-iuake was
felt here. The buildings rocked to and fro, and every
body rushed to the streets in alarm.
New Yore, Oct. 20th About 11:15 to-day a shock
of earthquake was felt in this city, lasting seven sec
onds. AH nndnlating milion was distinctly percepti
ble, accompanied, some rtports slate, by a rumbling
noise. The occarrenee Las natnrally caused gTeat ex
citement. Beports show it to hare been general
throughout tbe New England States.
New Tore, Oct. 21st A Court Martial assem
bled at West Point yesterday for the trial of Cadets
Smitb, Wilson and Davis. Tbe members ol tbeCourt
areas follows: Brigadier-General O. O. Howard,
Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas C Dening, Lieutenant
Colonel J. II. Dexter, Assistant Medical Purveyor,
Major Tbos. J. Haines, Commissary of Subsistence,
Major Louis II. Pelouse, Assistant Adjutant-Gener
al, and Captain A. C. Balnbridge, of the Fifth Ar
tillery; Captain Michael S. Sberldan, of the Seventh
Cavalry: and Major W. Wlnlbrop, Jodge Advocate
of the Court. Cadet Smith Is tbecolored boy whose
pretence at the Academy has excited so much com
ment, lie and Cadet Wilson are arraigned upon
charges preferred by Lieutenant-Colonel Upton,
Commandant, for creatinga disturbance in campsnd
coming to blows with a fellow cadet. Lieutenant
Colonel Parsons has ralnnteered to act a counsel
for Smitb. Tbl officer from the first manifested an
especial Interest in Smith during tha period of his
academical probation. Tbe Court is expected to
continue in session for a week or so.
Sew Oeleass, Oct. 21st Captain Henry of tbe
steamer Jliuhsippl, reports that be passed, from day
light to dark, eleven wrecks. Tbe Florida coast Is
strewn for fitty milta with general merchandise acd
tbe debris of wrecks. He picked trp a life-jacket
New York, Oct 22iL Letters from Port-au-Prince
tn October 61b, state that Baez,Presldent of Stu Do
mingo, has either been assassinated or abducted, or
else has ran away or committed lofcide. At all
events, he bas disappeared. licporti from Sao Do
mingo say bis body was found at that place. Cabri
ett's faction was rejoicing over the event, and Del
monte has been offered the Presidency.
Greexock. Oct 22d. Captain Cbenwltb, of the
steamer Ross, reports having psssed through roach
wrecked matteroff tbeoorlhrrp coast of Ireland.
Among tbe debris wrrc portions of tbe Cambria aad
fragments of her small boats.
New Toes, OcL 38d. Four iillors of Ibe wbale-
ahip Robert Edward, who waently fired tail scai-
tied tbe ship, which barbed to the water's edge and
sunk have been brought here. from Rio Janeiro nd
committed for trlaL The panlsbBjent for the crime
is death. ' ;
A Now York Umii srxcWfrom Columbia, 5. C,
on Friday, saja: The day sfler the election disturb
ances occurred at Laurence Conrt-houie, between
Uulon reformers and-negroe, though not ofa polit
ical nature. The State Conafabulary arrested aTen
nesseean named Johnson, who resisted. Flstols
were drawn, and a riot ensued, during which five
whites and three negroes are reported to have been
killed. Tbe names or the whites are Tyler, Lowry,
Frost, Leahey, and Richards. A roan named FioweU
was wounded, and also Crows, a member of the
Legislature. The United Slates troops recently sent
from Laurens county are here, and tbe Governor of
the State is trying; to have them returned. He will
not send negro troops, though the latter ire under
Tac Fwt Tires. This is the litis of a neatly prin
ted weekly that comes from Lerukk, Island of Ovalau,
Fiji Islands. The latest number before us Is dated
August 20, 1S70, being tho fifty-second of ill Issue.
We cannot give a better idea of the present condition
of affairs at those wonderfully fertile islands with
which we will probably bo soon in monthly communi
cation by steam than by quoting tho TTaica' leader
or Aug. 20th: "Fiji's progress during tho last two
years has been very rapid, and the last twelvemonths
has brought an increas to tha population and, wealth
to these shores that promises well for the stability aad
commercial prosperity of tho group. Tho past and
present cotton seasons, too, have been successful be
yond the most sanguine expectations, and this goad
news, already beyond leas, will bring to F(jl a con
siderable large addition to our already larrs number
of settlers. With this increase in our numbers, tha
necessity of the immediate establishment of a Govern
ment, Tor the security of property and the mainten
ance or good order beoomes more apparent, and to
bring about this end it is desirous that all should lend
their assistance. Before it is posiihl for ua to com
mit ourselves to any definite course or action, the
time necessary to elapso must bring with it tho aa
qulesenco or refusal to the two memorials now under
consideration respectively by the English aad Ameri
can Governments, and therefore,-, it quite possible
both may lo negative d, it is quite politic for us to dis
cus the kind of pedestal on which to receive a Gov
ernment suited to law and order and our commercial
prosperity. With this all important duty, itopera- .
tlvely, to bo undertaken by the European residents in'"
the Fiji, it is absolutely binding that all our endear-
ors should be in the one direction, our labors will bo
very much retarded, and our reward a long way off.
To attain this unity in our efforts ws must all thor
oughly understand tha coursa te bo pursued, at tho"
same time remembering that the structure we may bo
suceessfol in creating, and hereafter dignify by tho
name of Government, will only bo recognised as such
by tha great Powers, while it possesses every considera
tion ror tho aboriginal native, although they are only
a semi-savage race. Then, to seen re success within
acd without Fiji, it is necessary that our efforts to se
cure legislation In the country must embody a system
in which tbe white and black races will be eqea) par
ticipators. That two Governments cannot exist is
one land, all will, we think, admit, and It therefore re
mains for us, tbe white residents, to provide a Gov
ernment alike suitable to our requirements and wel
come to the native race. To this course we would
then draw the attention of settlers In Fiji, and ws
now submit it to their urgent consideration." Tho
U. S. S. Besaea was then at Levuka, and tho hospi
tality shewn by her captain and officers Lad been re
sponded to by the residents, by a public ball on shore.
A largo meeting of the eititens of Levuka was held to
devise measures for the establishment ora body tlml-
ar in its Intentions to a corprats town, tbt nblgultous
Mr J. Smith in tho chair. Mr. John Smith generally
turns up everywhere just when ho Is wanted. A dep
utation of fivo was elected to call on Tbakombau, the
principal chief of tbe islands, requesting bim to issue
a commission to not less then seven residents or Levu
ka, empowering them to carry out the objects of the
meeting. The condition of affairs appears to bo rath
er anomalous. Tbey all, foreigners and natives, seem
to be adrift, and In want ofa directing head, and lik
Spain, looking fur it. Smart shocks of earthquake
were felt at Fiji on the 12th and 20th of July.
Trie sa'a of tha effects of Mr. Dickens, order
ed by himself attracted a irreat crowd of buyers
to Christie, Manaon k "Wood's room's, and the
priee3 which all the things brought were enor
mous. Tbe pictures alone realized over 8,000
guineas. .'riths "Uolly Vardeo," executed by
theultiat when quite young, and for which Mr.
Dickens paid 20, fetched; 1,000 guineas. Dick
ens' portrait by Macliee realised. 660, and tho
three sketches of Stansfield, nearly 1,300 guineas.
Other things at similar extraordinary rates, clear
ly showing tbe great desire that was felt to ob
tain some personal memorial of the great novelist
A common inkstand brought 11 guineas ; and
so on throughout Tbe Pickwick Punch Spoons
which originally cost 40, went for 267 guineas.
A ptuffed Raven, tbe original of " Grip "in" Car
naby Radge," was expected to briog about 25.
It sold for the enomoos sum of JCI2G. The total
proceeds of the sale amounted to 9,400. Dupli
cates of the catalogue, for a copy of which we are
under obligations to Messrs. Field & Tner, prin
ters, can be had oti application io Messrs. Trub
ner k, Co., London. The public will learn with
satisfaction that, for tho present at least, no
strange owner will take possession ofv the bouse
at Uadshill. Tbe property was pat no for sale
by auction, and was bought in by Mr. Charles
Dickens, the eldest, son of the late novelist, for
Whatetep. may be the discipline of a Ceitaia
portiori of the London press, ii is. certain that it
Is not shared by tbe Daily Telegraph. Vi'e ob
serve tbat a recent number of this remarkable
iournal bas no fewer than tbirty-fyar pages of
advertisements, for all of which a very high rate
Is paid, some being charged as, much as $t0 a
line. Tbe circulation Is about 120,000 a day
but on occasions it rises to 200,1)00.
Ma. Motley is very popular in Holland. Dr.
ITnrst, writing from Hague, says his came i
honored ona In that rountry. "Mynheer
Moteli," as tbey prononney'it, has done Hi ore
than Dutchman, German or any one else to reeavt
and perpetuate tbe heroio period, of Dntch history-
Cheap editions of Motley's great woic
can be found in all the bookstores of respcctafeJw
size, and most likely old copies In the bookstalis
among the quays.
Tuns AmertcmJ'ublhhet' sey. tha pfeportia-
of books that pays editars atvd jswWshef. aey
profit, does not exceed more thaa, eight or tect0
per cent of all that are published, 'e fe gUmi
of it It is the only revenge the tutiri pM
have os tbe book-makers.
Ts London Athmmm says ; ;K U 1 sisaorid Mas
Mr. Bryant, eoeoaraged, WapresafRe, by the mc..
ceeso'fbls version or the JOssf, h aVf oiiog hiiaaatf
to tbe laofcof tttnaMiaartae Satwas.,
Cokic slnfrtug Is ob tha eelfe ia lasdaW. ssxl
stetfro walMtraasyla sM te hlaf ) iib lusty