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lilSItXESS NOTICES.
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HONOLULU,
FOREIGN NOTICES.
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RIMM
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD."
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famaw id xs!Bt fraraBoe;-
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PHOTO GEAPHY!
I5sTTrir ix si Ozisr ei Tij.
HATES COSSTBCCrSt A SEW 5ETLI6ET,
aad made rxzaot other manttaitu. I hof e ,
amy to he shot to salt tie awsX ft iriffiaai oith '
A. Pbotoraplx of any Jiiie,
Fxusl i Crjwni to x Xasaaata. takes at the Best
Stir. t Art. aat ax tA-e nt miouHc toxre.
Also, Saw ft-, rirri af tte Ishsiis, Ponraiu of
f tte Ejbrs, (eotvis. lit ttxer Sttahlt.
H.LOU5Z.
F-rr. f rre-t.
C. W. CREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap -Works,
x all ki3s of Sea.
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ajd eryiijerj tz-jgint ta ,35 "
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WEimDAY. jS'OA'EMBER 30. 1870.
Sl'GAR" & Al01ASSES
ISIa
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Sxigtur ani JTolnsses,
piSOr SOW COJItStr IS, and tor sale
WAISEK j AILEX. Aset.
0X02IEA JLiXTATIOS.
EC. FOR ssALK IX
QCASTITIES
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Susar and 3lula.- Crop
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WALKER i ALIKS. At.ti.
1'IAKEE PLANTATION.
JVav t'r-o p of Snsar A: JIolar
VTOW COMtXS IX. AXP FOR SALK IX QlA-.
-L tin ta salt rkFrs by
t-3t C. BREWER A CO.. Areata.
WAELUKU PLANTATION.
fEW CROP SOW COMCa IS. FOR SALE
1-3
C. BREWER A CO.. treat i.
SUGAE of SUPEKIOE QUALITY,
rs QUAXTITIKS TO SUIT PrRCnASEKS
aadat RKwaahit Pnres. for nie he
Xa F. A SCHAKFER i
CO.
COASTERS.
For Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
Schr. Active.
r. .HUU.IMI
Waiter.
WM m as a repalu- mweirt to- the a hare aofti.
For rVeixtit or pasnx atr :o
W ALKT.K A ALLKS. ArtatJ.
Regular Packet for Molotei.
Schr.
BALLISTEK. .
Pauahi,
blaster.
W9 m a so nsaku- packet betwees Hoaolahi
Fr frevrht or Bassos awue a th Ctaoic am i
Vj iT' Psre ta caataic oa
B PtKNDFRGA.-T. Aat.
lXSL'RAXCE NOTICES.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
i
OF 2TSW YORK.
Gash Assets, over.. .36,000,000 !
Cash Dhidfads in 1S6S. $33j7.13?.26.
The Largest Life tenrance Company
ZA" THE WOULD. '
Premiums mu.t b I'nitl jicnil-An.
nuully or Quarterly.
adams & wilder,
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Axeets '' r tbe Kanott Is&aads.
UJPEEUL FIRE IASOIAXCE C03IPA5T
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CASH CAP1TA1., $.00O,0eO ia COLD.
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HAHHTS ISSUEA5CB COilPAHY
Or a Francisco.
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aaiata If airn SW the aaoto Cmepaar. are prtpwre4
cm Larrots, I-reicral aao JTrewa
WALXKK a AUUBS. .
SAX riLkSCISCO
BOaSd OF VSBZH.VTR1TERS.
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CoILTerwia Lloyds. ajsd
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CAX.IFOXi.TIA.
Dx-SnEAKCE COMPANY.
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Cargo, Prtlcat i Treasare, fna Bsiaotxi ,
ta aM anrti ear the vortC. aaeris .era
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C.1LIF(IK.-1IA
HfSlTEANCE COMPAIiT.
THE VXTtEUSlGSEB, .ICESTS mT the
atoo &. ! two akrltCiteiofcrlvLa ,
a aa fcna x aa auw-aaoo sioaep, axe race ;
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PIB2 IKSUSA5CZ C02IPA3T.
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ssa raoaeaUe tcrxaa.
aaraarxaarraalrattleccaeest
s-irt
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Insiiraiice ITotice.
rfTOE AGK3CT FOR THE BRITISH F.r-
carrei xofSroexaa t roiaee ta ratta x IsmxrXK
aWm Btio x Pot fcr the PnaSe, aod aa sew jrr
aMrttoaeea raes -as x&e Lmuvat trath arterial
aactaas aw Jteiax Jer iteaaaer.
mm. H- Mtm,
Wft Aval Brit. If- Mtr.tms. C. tUmijct,
BARTLETT SALOON,
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wi i.i.i iti nr.'cirrm,
Csvarr or Rstal mmA Fort stxeet.
fTTHE CHOICEST A5XI BEST OF. JLZ5. WTSZS
JL d Sysit alvavt u ie bssd xx tie Bxr. Kl rt-
LATE FOREIGN NEWS !
Dates from tnp Xppt nf War In nnv la
The Capitulation of Mbtz.
Loxrox, Sor. 54. Th Evwln; AvmI print, a
tcpHlwifttWrv afTCTtrwwt ta rvcrvi tu ttiiM)iitultIo
at iirti, bv whicfttlil,raii(sm the risht t
Trmli dii wSSchil o trwor or rruuln at tblr
opth. laatdtt nrNnl la crim or prirtT.
tat '(xf iakMuat rhkr t thtr cuHI r uUUUrjr
pjdly r t interfered with or hM tVHBlNc
for tmr prrrluat avt ur for tirotltli) uptnl.
Th kk and wwaadtd arr to haw ovvry ran?,' aud
ttntUW. f oJScrrj sr ddlp jerries la tbr armln
of FraaVt r ao: to b awltrd In v of ttwlr rrcat.
Pablk- tvorrtT. ntta arootxN raoaets and iwr,
m to bate Mnttvtiun. Ttx UHde of JUvstnc ot
vaiVrd pnaf is- atu (rrtbrd.
Tkejoaraab of TVmrs dmare that the mere the
I zac ia resura iu id sirmww ni .mcu iKvaoie
j kaova. the mure It Is evident that Basalne cuie
I wa treaMMtaUn. Maea irr i UM wa the manner
i ta vhieh the officers aud mea were derelred tu re.
! saw to iwrnumiwH rraace. lae ran raat
mi' c a ....t.i.
i jj, n jHvered to the anr, I al deltoc
' a frtdert of tPMW.
I LoMaoN-. XoTeatber 5th. Th rarlj Amm! QS
tfitotOet. 3t;t,eoataia.tbe followinc: The Wlic-crj
1 of the tiuTeromeat has lot karwd the sad mns of
a the sarrrader of Mete Marshal Baalne and his
! army were forred to sam-adrr, after heroic efforts,
which were stoiped jnrlv br famine and want ot
aatnanttfoe. France s palufnlly affected, but her
roorc- is nwlaaated. Jhe is cralrtol t her
diev aad dtiama who are reslstim; the eaetay so
Uaatly. lVris will dtutv worthy of them. She
will be ccrgd by their exttaple, and w Ul desire
to aeenee Ibem
ttdlelal Iteport of the Capture at Mctl.
The 6iaerl eMaaiaadias; at ilt makes the W-la.iK-
rBsrt : By the raaiulatioa f Baraiae. fifty
three ewstes. ife haedred and forty.aae eld euu.
aaiaiaaiia far eishty-re batteries, ejiht haadred
ptiM. sixly.afx Bitraillears. three haadred thaa
! saad raie; aad sahns. ta thoasaad aiKtary ear
; rUce aad a atwder factory, fell iota th bawls f
1 Prasti.
Lossa. Sar. l.-The follawio- has jest bees read
lth troop :
Vtas it.t.s. 0tohr I. Jo Viae pnttrrick
ClmrttK I waited lac sews, which wii roceUed dr
iac the aisfct. of th eafitalaUoa f Met, tefore
seadiap y mj boartisst ooBgratatalloa and ao
kaoaWJjcaiaat for yoar eirraaisaotHioa aad eadaraae
hf p th TTfry. ahieh yoaroaaiaad had shoo a
dariaz th loaf aad tefioos share of Bataia amy.
j The same aeka-wldcaeat k dae to the hraee tr oops
' who.T their iatrapidity aad the prirsliooj they hare
i odared. bar set exaiapl wabeat parallel ia th
hbaorr of th world. The oeearreaees before Meta
eoutitate aa baaemhaM tpwe f hoaor aad jtery
tor ear araiy. Uj thaAt shall at eaee he eoBTyel
to rhe troops. To hoaor yoe aad yoar eaoaiaaa f'r
sack sitaal serrieos. I hare aaaoiated too lioaeril
Field-Marshal. distiaorioa which I hare also eon
ftned oa ay soa, the Crowa Priace.
(figtiod; 'W'ILUif.',
CoMratulatoix OrUer by IClti tVllltmiu.
Bebjjx. Sar. 3d The following roral order of
the day is, roblbhed this aaorniac: SoMiars of the
eobfederate aroie ; when three nooths ao We took
"". 1 o w a H oar jas caasc
Tsj( ,hk ton has been fatty reaBird. witness
- n orris, saroracx, aeiz. scaaa. Beaanor-r, siras
boac each a Tictory for oar arm. To yoa beloot;
the eric aad the cionr. Too hare taaintaided ail
the rirlues. which especially distincakb soldiers.
i With M-tz the U-t army of the eoetay b destroyed ;
1 take this opporraalty to taant. all, Irom toe
Generak to tee soldiers. Whatever the future, 1 1
bx-fc fcwward to it calmly, because with sack soldiers I
Ttctorr caaaet tail. Sicaed. William.
ntsnurck CmwIIUii; to Coollnne the AVar
Through the Winter.
f loxrjov Soeember 3d. rsVmsrek 1; sawilliiKr
to let the ararcontiiitteKi to winter. Hefea&-pop-uiar
oatbmk everywhere. Sews Irom Italy Is to
the sonar effed-
Tbe Part Riot.
Tons. November 4th. The foBowte; ofScUl re
port of tiie recent not? at Paris, is riveu Ul thepnb
lic here to day:
A boot aoon aa the 51st. zrom of Deo ale assem
bled fa tbe fiUcc de T Hotel de Yi!!e. tbev were
me. loev were i
aaa -li.im or a ie raoaor tnat toe tiart-ni-
that the Govern-
meot baa acreea to aa arausuce. I no crawa so i o''oee " .
pn-wed aiW the doors of the Hotel de YUlc, that : ft. hhoaa;b the as is all lishtcl, andTHe proces
ther arm forced open and aboat two haadred ier- I siB seems composed of spectres, presenting nn in
sob tadVarund to eater tbe bail, where the mem- j desenbably gloomy appearance. v
bcr of the GowraBKBI we atddiac sessions. This
Ibjev were prmetsted truoe doimc by tbe Gardes M--bnV.
oe xaard in tbe vicifttry. Aboat one o'clock
a huge anmbcrof Silsnrsil Guards who were an
srvsxtL crowded ioto Ue 11ce de I" Hotel de Vil:e
airrady illrd to rxrnss witb a sarriag mass of
peuple. At this time Hesri Raicbfurt arrired in an
open carrii-r and vainly eadearored to address the
penpte. Tbe lat'er noosed to IsOea to aim, erytag
fsJBsoamns.' and -So armistice Gen. Trocjo I
me on tur-ara aawi iwmsr. mic au.a. nc
reviewed what wis beta; done lo reader Paris im-
prearaable. too express his utmost derolioa t..
tbe Bepabtic and rbe pept He was cot llslened
1 skT4!,T. C?Z?? VLdT"d;
ed ttw ossoitosal of tbe present G'-vrronv-al. ( A
rreat lumalt e-saed : Aversne. aid de camp of Gen-
erolTmcba. -o laro-o dowa. ai b soldiers
. jiu.i t.i.j r '
ortheriotess. Tae crowds kept srrMiag into tbe i
Hotel de Tilie, I"arre aad TUcjforr riniytrjiB? to
t beri- D.-ac.ut.il tl anarmeii Satioual
Gaanfs, haTin: ban nets iascriBed with be wonts, I
. ' .. . ...... .. ....
-(Tart.
"HabUMM a mart! aad "ill
kept crowding the phee. Saddeolv a
pest--! sbt was beard, wbca attar of the eruwd
qickty dtfacraed, spreosfrnz tar alarm all tbroorh
I be cilf that tbe Gorenuaeat had Crrd oa the people.
At .last ta trout bejita ta bo aaderstos-i, aad it
was made kaowa that th persoe who fired the putoi
hadacea arressod. aad rise people were eabsed. The
adeucotos mt tbe comataoe had possessioa of the IIo
Ui dc VB!e. d they prseeoded at ce to hold etee
Uoaf. Tay rbre their bsDeciai from the windows
,k. umt. It . r Urn -K.r . . ,H A'T.r.t ..U.
showe.1 there was vio aeesfd.moa? the rioters'. Vie-
tor H.io. Fe.it Pyat. Ledra Rolll. a.l others were
? the rorsoas aaaM-1 as a Direetrr. At fix in :
the eeearasz Oastav Flrsrea appeared on tbe seeee !
oa awanMbaek, ieadiag a baBaJhoa of the Sanonal j
6aardt of Beileville. At 8 o'e'eek it wt aaderstood t
that Bern. Treeba noald leave Ik II at el de Ville.
All a'oag th Bienrds and Place VesaVnae this
created ! eathwsiasaa. There were thea a&aai
Bai shau of "Da wBh the Coamnee." Drams
tegaa to boat oa all sale, aad the Sataosal Gaad
earthed oa the Hotel de Vast t esUblish order.
? Ta-ey sooa sollaaited nt, aod the rioters threateoed
to shoot Farre, Ami m aad Paces, wbo they bad ia 1
I their power. They were oareed. however, cot ta
saeh a ctssc. At tat rsaae lira. Trees n ap-
- k .a.. ,w V 4 .r .:. ...v 1.1
mora eoaooeiae.as csoaaiwaf. a ae rsatcrs u oaee
rave aa the meaaherf of the Gorexasaat, aad reeeir-
ed tbe plaaaitxs af the people.
I AUdiserdtr will herosner be instantly rrprtsied
, Tbse which have ocean ed oerely praie bw deter
I miaed the Parisiass are for defense.
AI! thejwaraal here praise the eondast of Trocba,
aad express their e.ieti ttat to w
V -
iroaase t. rans.
press fa
ProrlauiaaSftm to the French -PcopteGencrai
. I Xroebaa.
I hj tvaitafta. mj tt meatmen mf Ihs Gorentntnt hxi
I kc-i x fMmmmttfin tn tie jeoplt us vlmh tbtr
. m ASo-ao IC Mranlm. aTt lo-a a w,n.l L.
fefTk-i pi hwtb the reraletMa af the 4tb af 5ej-
- - . ,
wbteh mart he oar exeicrive tceapatioa. We wH
i repress ail eritsiaal atoreaeaU by a sertre execution
! of the laws."
j Farre bad all. iirxed a praciajiitioa sayiag that
ue aectveraxee at tie eooBlry at only pot tibie by an
obeiSeeee to th military thUU and a respect for Ike
laws. TAe Satnaal Geard, ia iaaecte ramfcerx.
x.x tetveaxloi Ires n bu etrxpe from the rioters.
aal ae penoital bravery obsrh te exbibited at a
Uyisrcse. The Geo era 1 made a short steeeb in
reply, is which I "Tbe BrpobBe alote can
txv ax. If it it lost, w haB all be lost,"
Baxalaat'a Arrest Ordered Tbe Annlatlee.
Li. Sortaber 7ti. T . -eceb GsveruseEt
kaa ordered tk arrest f M i Baxaise aad the
officers f hi tx5. wberrrerf.. .
A Pranixa ittixieb fnm VmiMn rtami (bat
Tkien peritirrly deeiixed te eosclatde aa trflRliee ox L
tio ajxnx ton re preses: e;c saosil iostinae four
week. He bad to ejafTalcat to oSsr for the pre
Mrrsxisa of Pa.-ir, wkkh eozse-rcex&y eaeld not be
caetavfd. Tbiera mnpialstof tbeaesoyajseecatue-t
fcixx br tk tspcrrtseitief f American tnrrcxiwndeiita
to abtaaa ts views of reeest aegotiatlsct.
ir - - " w. . . hjv aoiao
. Vmlam nt a Frcaeh Paper.
Tccz, Sot. 3d. Tte JtTxrs of to-day pnWliba a
nrriion of Sapoleos'a pbtapblet on tbe carapilgo
of acd tbe rarxtea which led to the capilBaatloa
xt Scdxa. Tte Eirjror ir.-alltd to eisd tie iexsI-
186.00 ?ER JTEAR.
tbrluUKlTtnctwUb wWthlie ItatcmM lo Ihrcrv "Ha1
HI MHL IftlttXl at SlrMNtun .W ftM t fl,al.ii,
i ,n un,rr ,n ',f'9;suii Getmj- from th
ohtd I
Croat batttajimt Kvurt- tbc allUure of Austria and
Italy lth i ranrr, lo lm(wlnit on Bsvurli, ItaOrn,
and WttiirmUiih;: The drfVcts In the French mill
tare aud the delay In bringing the men and ma-
lenat, ueleattM ;ou im.m). tie numeralca the ultll
culthra ewountered, hot acqaili the war otflreof th
Mame. The tierman bavinf had ampla lima to
hrltic tbtlf lorce Into the delj, the Fienth ft'fre
tnnaumbered, and put on tho defrnrire. A new
lUn w necesjarr, laroUIn retreat on Chalons
ThI the Keener dlMpprc-Teil atji .wurtu to
the pnWIc, and the Emperor was'nrRed toiotuuio
the trnlre.
YWdlHij to his own conrlctlon and MeMabon'a
adtiee, a new plan na adopted. He allude to bit
oituatlon aflrr he havl ctrrn np tbe rommanil of the
army and hen ht nam. and antborllr were Ignored
at Pari, as inlnful. He acquteseii In the march tor
the relief of Mela. He describe the operation ami
billies " lilcb preceded the surrender of Sedan, and
Ktrc an account orhl Interview wlih lllfmsrrk and
the Klnir of lniMla. The tinphlrt close Ith the
deelsnlloii that tho Ueriuan tumtlN are dua to
superiority of nombr,lnipriTedartBUry. rhrimius
itfecipllne, resprc" for auihorlly, and the military
and pililoUe. spirit of the people, wlitcli absorb all
other interesis and opinions. He rondures all lotwe
habits Introduced by the American nar. In which
Eranch rvcatar trtnipa bad been ctipjttil, which it
enumerates as a want ol discipline, lack of cohesion,
absence ol order. arrlrsnea or bearlmr, and ecc
of lumrsfiti carried by infantry. The efficiency of the
itirlllne. reoprc'
i annr nas weakened too bv the excesses of the Or-
position in the Corps. Les;lsbtll,aml ol the Kepubll-
can press Introducing Into it a spirit of criticism and
insaooruinnion.
Sumrrleal Strei;tU of the French Armies.
A corresaaa tlcnt of tho HVM, wrilins from Ver
sailles en the Tth. yirrs the fellaoing emprehensir
rvrew of the present situatsoa and prospects of both
bellifertats at Paris.
tleneral Troahu has 24C.0Min fit for offensire
scrTtce In the field. Paris is absolutely impregnable
ta attaak. aad ean le.eoiaered only by starvation.
There is abundance of food in Vaeh sufSeient to last
tou csoatfas lender. There aro six armies outside
Faris. namberia; SM.ftM drilled and well armed men
ia th fteld. Ilostdes the nnmerous djtaehmenls of
Fraoo-tirmrs. frrison aad irrocolar troops, there
are the a rear ol the Loire under (leneral l'aladine.
naathoriaie llt.tM men ; th army of the West ander
Geaeral IJeralry. 19, mea: the army of the North
ander Giaaral BoarUaki, Ci.WH) men ; thearmy of tho
Centre ander General Tripant, men ; tho army
of th Rhone ua.terfieaerat Miebsi. 118.9WI men ; and
the amy f th Vots under General Gambriel.
4J.0O9 aen. All thos are weA supplie.1 with erery
thioc except artillery, which detoieney is rapidly be
in; remedied. The army af th West has 55 breeeh.
loadia; !d pkees. In no quarter is there a de
Seiwoy m money, prorisions, ammanition, ciothin
or horses:
" The anay beslepia Paris eontinurs to suffer greatly
from shtkness. whVeh oeattantly increases. A recent
noraiag report of the condition of the army showed
as, aevrept of three fa mdred men with nominal
streagtb of one hundred men. and no more ran force
moat oa arrire fnm Uerminy. Tho last recruits
ore boys under nineteen, and are now on the way.
Th former reports eoneeraing the disposition of tho
army of l'rine Frderiek Charles were incorrect. His
Teat Corp has Rene to Paris ; Eighth toThknrilic;
th .teath remains at Meti : the first at Lille; the
Third at Royes. aad the Second aad Sinth are on the
way ta Lyons.
lltsraark Kxplnnntlnn of tbc Failure of the
Armstlce
Loicaox. Sor. S. Bismarck has furnished the fol
lowiag explanation of the rapture of the aeutbtiODS
IViraa anastke: The French Goremtnent haring de
eliaod through its npreseotatire. Thiers, to accent
the German offer of aa armstie oa the basis of stars
a. the Count proposed that the FreaeS should name
' a time tar aoidia; tae election for a Constituent As
semble. Tbe Germans proposed that in rueh an
veat the absolate freedom of the eleeUou should be
rospeeted. eren ia territory now oeoapid by tboTrus
siaas. Thiers thereupon withdrew to the outpost to
otWBit with Fat re. but at leacth returned to Ver
sa! II without power to accept the German terms.
King u mum has usoea aa order mt
allowad hereafter to enter or leave Paris.
King William has it seed aa order tftt no person be
Lorti ?tayor Dy and n rVoresnber For.
Losaox. fr. Sor. 9. To-day is Lord Mayor's
Tltr Knt . Inv nt .ImiMt nn.f..l.m.l ...... s. .
- - - . , v
fled over tbe eity, wholly ib?carioitheJgioriei of
Speeehe of the 311 n U try nt the Lord 3Iayor
The grand banqaeOgive- by the Lord Mayor and
Sheriffs' at the UonUltall last eveninziwairltrgely
attesdad. Among ike guests war 3fr. Lowe, Glad-
Jw
Earl Granville, Chichester Tortesea. Mr.
retl. MriSiseschen. Mt? Lewis, and manVJotbers.
Cardwell. iMgecrttary of War. renlie-I briefif toth
toast TatSe'Sarvand Volnnlc. r" hi,T,fi.l ih
seiees ot the JiavjK and Voiunteers, saying tbsy
famished lessons which civilians might learn and bv
WBSeh 1Btjr trj mi;ht pr .Sl The ChaneenorJo'f
Exebeoner rwpunded to tho nsaal toast, and rf-
" Se -ar in France a. fining the n.tion with
,u. .r ir. j;un,..j , .
,,he d'!STrtL, l!,?,," V.? W,,,hfcRTlt f
qT0f 11 "ft V ,sf 8 ." lV'" f
the ease. He aT-arted that the ' poller of Eniiand
w". "'5f!f? " n?,Uo0'- eomplamtii
f5w" Ml? un"''c T oerns.on. max tn-uca
B shown partiality for France, had been disnfovfd.
It was qoss, oataral. under the olreum stances, for
d : . Jrrl .1.:- .1 T- , . . , i ' - . i
Crimean waiTWmi Blaiaed of Prussia for supplvingl
. -. L ' u I I .'l .i. .w
i.iamj, i.tl t.u V . . , uun .4IISUSU ID.
the chare waxanjast.
The chancellor closed with some references to
educational milters nader the new law. Gladstone
responding t tbe toast of '-tTlie Ministers," propos
ed by the Lord Mayor, .aid Be was thoroughly snt
Ified to reerir-in.that pli-cej from tbe lirsl mtiw
trste of lbs"eityacapprovsl of his course. The
cbtngea bad tsceafmany since last year, but they
ivrre mainly oui&ioe toe country. r.ooana 11211
taoTed i"j!?&br,'L,'ii"ZC,i?n' l1 ot flonrUnlne
'T'T, da.nir' "lb1a.t V 'tan?5-
A surtliac aadiinrxpeeted'war bad. tn two months.
cost Daore Moeidsbed aod trratare tbsn io any cor
responding period In bbtory. It would require
years to rrutier tbe losses of the war. The war ap
pealed to doty as well as to feelings. England had
loyalty mtlrrtalaed ber neutrality. Bbe must appeal
to the future for justice. Tbe current associations
of botb tsettfzerenls are always abandoned in such a
crisis to excitement and resentment; but we must
allow for expressions of anger. Tbe two nations
were rejaaily friends, and Ibey would sbortlr apolo
eUc and do us jasllce. He referred totbe Isle peace
ewdearors. and hoped an early peace was still poesi
We; a paee satssfflng Germany, wbicb wit ciearlj
si
rlv tae si ti ,nzer ataiion, ana tne power tssalletl, ana a
peace that should not woand tbe SBseeplibilitfeo of
tbe galMBt Freneh nation a peace founded on tbe
bast eoortetiont ef humanity Isttingtraaqnillty to
Enrope. The war had attracted atteotion from
other Important topics, of wbleh the Government
was nnraindfaL Wben Parliament met It wonld
be found the Government wonld be ready to deal
wilb maay questions Ion? nnsettled. The Mayor
bad raid the Minister bad fulfilled tbelrdnty. It
mBtt.be admitted, however, that PirHirocntary bas
ness was bebiad band ; tdministralive as wdl as leg
i.lttlre duties were to be performed, and tbe defence
of Ihc country to be provided for. Enzland bad
mncb to learn, and ranst obtlin rxperlcnce and
raee slraoltaoeoosly. To such objects berattejjn
lioaboold be directed.
Earl Grijirilie responded to the toast of " The
Ifoose of Lords." He said the deep anxiety in re
ea'd to Beelasd's doty ia thTwar, which origiaslly
existed, bad teen diminiihed try tbe psflcy adopted.
He dereodei tfcojWiaiarty against th charge that
auore deeided autlade might bare tnortened the
war, bet ParHasssnt would disapprore the use of any
wards the gorernment. was unprepared to standby
Certain eZorts made by England to localize the war
were saceeiifol. Eteb step taken was kept In view
ia rder that the iaScenee of England might be rs-taiae-1
fr other opportooitiet for paelfie intentions.
Tbe Qteea had yersoually appealed to th Kiny of -Prussia
on the tclJeet of the war. In viev of th
meeting Lelween Count Bitmarek and Thiers, proper
repretestatisns were mad to each of them, gctae
queatly tit, gorerament felt justified In seeking ta
prevent th bombardment of Pailt. They were en
couraged by Blsaarek's areolar ontha resulting bor
rors of the bombardment, which apparently Invited
lb intrferroc of centrals. Prussia hat prored she
wat willing to concede an arm i tic far tbe eieotjon of
tae rreaen Ateaby. franc, toe, wa wining: and
deptered, bat would not discus
not diaraiaaamfailnreuf th
attempt to brioz aboat thit reislt.laaaTeomnlineLied
tbe press ef Esglandor aiding tbe peae effxrrtt, and
for it enterprise regarding the history f the wtr.
GcvcTsmcnt wa juxdrised of tho eocrte of th lata
ceg-stiatrJGi, and tbe cause of their raptur: Tbe
fiererneieBt wanted bonoraUe and peraases' cac;
ft wintel Germany strong and naited; andjit wxnted
Prxare tared front farther humiliation. JaWlifilag to
Chisa, t read a teiegrara received aUthe Foreign
OSct.asniocciag that tier as no longer danger
forrigstrt ia ti narttcru dlitrieU?6!
After two or three other teasUj tai ipeecbes, the
party isptrxted.
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Tho ArmisticoProspoots.
art ta th Slh IniL "Vatr had itsaeda c!retjrit
th rprnfntati France In forl(n muntri?.
tntlag them that I'rauU ranit aatam th recal.
bilily of rejeetlojr th pmnoaltUa of an armutlca.
Prasil prorcs anew, says Fsrr, la rejeetbs th r
mlttiee, thatlih raatti war forpeisenal ilai eitrily.
ana not lonn inn-rjrm or urrminy. oioiaj ao
rraOBUy inane tier to relmqaUh th pn!xt of tn
rrcncirrcraiaLts cede Her proTtocei to rrniiia.
Sb.
treks our dtstraction, aad will b satisfied with nolh.
Ine less. Favr then proceeded to lar before th
French Ambassadors a detailed account of th nego
tiations between niiuiarck andThiers foranarmistic
and shows what he retards as th unreasonable il
deinandt of the Prusjts.ni. II say th Prusslani
sine th fall of th Rraplr bar twice refuted to lis
ten to overtures for peace etnanting from Franco.
Sow. however, after Franc has bn beled far SO
days, without showing any signs of weakness. Prus
sia seems disposed to nrcotiat. Th Tarisian. In
consequence of the breaking out of a rebellion with
in the city, havo created a Government of defense,
which tho neutral power of Kuropo ought to recog
nito as rightful. Prussia has already recognised that
Government. Favr says th negotiations for armis
tice were interrupplcd by lb refusal of th ticrmani
to permit tbe revtctUkllng of Paris during th term
of armistice. He says he argued with th German
authorities in favor of the necessity aad propriety of
sach concession. An armbyice would b no armis
tice at all, but continued war. Th proposition waa
therefor rejo ted. aud th negotiations were then
brought to a close, became they eiearl; showed that
Prussia was seeking to destroy th French army, and
was anxious to drstroy th French people. Sh
would now subject the noacombattants of Pari tu tho
horrors of famine. Tho neutral powers of Barop
bail demanded that an opportunity be had far the as
sembling of tho French deputies, in order that th
question of peace might b considered. This demand
has been denied by Prussia, or practically denied by
being clogged with Impossible conditions.
Vrussla's charge that tbe absence of a French
Government oblige bcr to starve Paris, It false.
Prussian negotiations which begun -with respect to
the French people close with t refusal for an oppor
tunity to bear them.
Favre concludes as follows: An armistice Ittha
pnly means whereby an expression of the French
people on the consequence of imperial crlmo can
can be obtalgcd. Prussia practically asks nt to lay
down our arms as a preliminary to a consultation of
the national will and Ibat the population or Paris
men, women and children stsrvo pending the vote.
We will call, ont justice to witness against thcto,
hoplmril convicted will condemn them. The cor
ernmcn.t will faithfully attempt to render paacapoa-
siuie aim in tnac sne win navo ino co-Odammmaja
the army ol Paris. Meanwhile 1'srts cdJal tSmiaa
iu .u.it, ,u.u reoiiu vail uu uonmil
homes, honor and Independence. ShoTaasdtn
these facts known at opportunity miyariatygfc
ltlsmarek Statetifeii!?
Londos, November 12th. 'Blsmarrk ha baaed n -circular
to the rvprccntaUtFtof Sortb Gtrmany.ta .'"
foreign Slates giving bis vera-lbn of the late negotia
tion for the armlsilce. The'anoolntmcnt fit inch a' '
man as Thiers by the French,tocondnct the nrgo.'
Nations mm nf such wldeexpcrlcncc, had excited
hIiea thit tbe proposition mfet be auccesfuL4Klag
it miaul no evcu mure eager lor peace tuanlUlcrt,
Bismarck proposed a trcce for four weeks, IheTre:
iecllvc armies meann
wmic
' to remain fixed. In OrderL -
thot tbe elections might be held thromrh-jut France.Sffe
The only effect on tuoFrench tide of thltjtracof
would be the stoppafcc of the waste of ammonWon ' "
from their forts. Tbiert regrctteA that tbc revictn
aling of Paris was not provided for, saving It wis an
Indispensable condition of the proposed armistice.
This absurd detnaud to go backtwo months in the
prosecution of the warwas Impossible. Subsequent -iy,
an offer for a short trace n as tusde. ThleraVro
ported Ibis to the members of tbe Provtsion&lfGoT.
crnmenlTbr nbom It was rejected. The Inference
Is that theT'rrnch Government dare not consult the
people, and only made advances looking to peace
In order to quiet tbe neutral powers.
Hovr Part Received the Rejection of the
ArmUtlce. etc. I
Lovdox, SoremberlOtb Trihunt Cable. Ajltt
ter from Paris of the Ctb, rays tbe news tbaUlhe ar.
mistice bad been rejected fell like a thunderbolt upon
the populace. I nerer.reoember to have witnessed
diy of such general Vloom sincethe commencement
RSfiilie siege. Th-'feeling of despairs is. I fear, sttltj
.atiyofrcr to iud arorj.mo. luiuiniiuu is mat wiiaia
a very suori time were wut.De an ontcry tor peace
whfch the Gnvernmegt wjll not be able toreslst. If
tbe real condition-of teprovineca is madepublio, th
impossibtljty of furthemUtancewill bceomSeveaA
ui9rectueou w m M
Meal is retting more andimors scarce "dally. Tes
terday al! hidden atoreshronght out with a viev of
maatng a targe proni, were turown ouAtue marKtu
To-day they havaTagaia 'disappearedlJP'bta Iamb
waijiTriT ouereo tor sale, wucn at tue suae, jihq .iti
'.dogs were becoming sctreek. iSHflasa,
exe'epjion of the Government organs, are foaujin ex
prestioajof regrett the refusal 'if tbe armistice; of
jtoaaii. t iu. xne newspapers ot to-oarrwitaiuio
wb-.cb the uovcrnmert gives no furtber.JetaiUrBF
An attempUttill, shortly bojmado with tbe Sresnd
Army to picrceth 'Prussian lines. There appears
no d'mbt it will falL Then the cry for peace will bo-
cimeyo general aad strong that Government will bei
obligrfrtoJistcn. " '4B
Poonlsbr Feellntr In Kntrlantl In favor ofw
n atbtw France.
.IirrooSSKovember 15th. The whole tide of pop
nlar feelnLrtn'Euglandlt now running strongly In
favor of the French. Tbe 3Jraer, feeling tbls InftO'
ericc. has thinnrd :lts tone, arid tima Gcrmarmto
tintkc peace tnd witbdranr from France, while tho
may do so with salety. mit reeling hi partly due to
the horror excited by tbe; barbarous and whollyyia
jestj liable 'conduct of thuPnusiaus In altera ptlmr to
suppress popularrcslstauce In France, and prtajr.to
a rapidly eruwlrjg conviction that England wUjlbet
tithe next, viellui of German ambition. CTue tpeeclr1
(of"tbe Lord Chief Baroo. Sir Fllzroj Kelly, delivered.
the other dty, which declared that Anstrla.W'ouldBe
prostrate before Gerrnsny, IbaljRussia wlll bV com
pelled to hatter bcTBaltlc orte forConttantlnopIe,
and that England, befriff omy safe so long asslie re
maim mistress of the sea, mutt arm herself for a
desperate straggle, has produced great alarm and
dismay, and a hearty wish for the repulse of the
Germans and the triumph of Frjnce.
Booabardlne; Hamburg-Garlbaaldt SnrrFndcra
Losrios, SoremberlOtb. A private dispatch re
ceived to nlgbt states that the French fleet are boot
barding Hamburg.
A dispatch from Berne, via Berlin, reports thai
Garibaldi bat surrendered.
Great preparations are being made In Berlin for
tbe return of tbe King, and extensive arrangements
ere made for a grand Illumination.
Capltntatlota of Drf rsach.
LO.VD0S, Sot. lltb. Late last evening a report
waa received that the garrison at Sew Brieaacb bad
, bolated tbe while flag. Tbe rumor wat eoc9nncd
to-day by to official dispatch; announcing tb cap
Itnlttlon of the fortress yesterday afternoon. 5,000
prisoners, Including 100 officers fell Into tbe baud
of the Germans. No gnna were captured.
Dismantling bts already commenced now that the
Fri-ncb works on the opposite tlde'of tho river art
all German bands.
The heavy bitter; at the north town bat been en.
tirely removed, and the In Scblossberg taken to the
lower town. ,
The Baden artillery bts been thanked rj tbe Prus
sian Government for Its gtllantry. Tbe Grand Duke
of Baden It at tbe beadqatitera of Klojr William.
Reported Surrender of Carsbaldl.
A rsundabout rumor from Bern and Berlin, states
that Garibaldi bat surrendered to th (lenaaai. Sa
partitulart are receired. Th report It reuerally dis
credited. General War Hems-
The report lately published fa th ilaify .Vrsr of
tbis city, relating tdthe attitu.l of the Empress Eu
genie, is pronounce false at Berlin. So tnvoy bat
been sent to ber by -tbe Prussian Government, nor
has any tueb claims at thos mentioned beta put
forward at alL
Tbe correspondent, writing from Berlin yesterday,
says : A sharp reply hat been returned to Austria In
resps to ber not ofSrring mtdiatlon.ou th grooaj.
that Atstria btria'granaed at th berinat$ of th
war, is disqualified nowtoaetas a neulral. -C'g,
jb(B It generally thought that Prusiia will prtfeeaxH
neotulou of Altto tad Lorraine to toy-gaatwawwo
neutral powers nuy so Mb) make. PraiiU'xliitw
tioet with Auitru xnd'Jigtsia are not ruch at ta at a- '
der any guarantee of Thiers aceeptabl.
Tbe great distress among th poorer !axsts of th
French it owisfr to the Government having seised all
tcomonevfoaarlnas banks, tez-ether with th eren-
erty of corporal font arid eommisonert.
jphacls MMa bo BomlartH.
Bettuw, Xot. lShT BSpatcbe ire received term
to-day Irom ibe.GcTmtn bead-qaarten it Vereaille
tnnouuclog that Parlt wilt not be bombarded. ThAfe.
German antborille ire Convinced that the city It saP
IHr pnivlsloned that lit surrender any be expectoal
within a month from that cant alone.
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dated
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