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BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING X S T A2S LIS H3CEXT.
AWAIIAN
GAZETTE,
ri'itustiBD
Every Wednesday Morning,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER AAWU2L
Foreign Subscriber, 88.00 to S10.00.
OwtcH Qji Qtteea Street, in the old
Curt Hew J5uHdintr, Honolulu, IL L
Tina OFFICE H XOW PREPARED
TO EXECUTE ALU ORDERS
Fpr Plain and Fancy Printing,
OF EVERT BESCRrFTIO.N;
WITH 2?EjI TXESS Jb DISPATCH
asHillihsjrl hr M. VUnxs. at tie Govern-
mmttf See. to itna all betoe?s eoBjacnica-
VOL. VI-NO. 49.!
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1870.
IS6.00 PEE, YEAR.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
JOIIA !. JtlcGKIW, 31. I.,
(tAtafMCS Arm.)
aaaaaaaal a ha inUnuo oa Hotrl St., twtvera AH
ka aod mn MieMl. ljr
nfMXBU AJJB WHOLESALE DEALERS
, Ala, Fatts-, Ac, Ac., Hereh-ant S4ret
ts-lye
A. I JIIUI).
ATTOEJvET AND COUSSELLOE AT LAW.
iq s-aa . frt swat. (it
TIE OS. ;. TIIKIMI'S
Stationery. Cutlery and News Depot
and Circulating Library,
mum": cwx- "fir xCBd.
ALEX. CAMPBELL,
rjl tliail. staatnla. opposite C. . WUliasa' Furniture
Ware-Buome.
a, caass. J. a. atoms. a. a. oeetx.
GiyriJ! A: COIHiC,
tJCPtrS, 8EXERAL JHEKCHAOTS, AKD
OJJNERAL AGENTS,
aa Kiaf flanat, aapuatte lb. Seamea'i Cbarl
. BavaB.
I Bagr- " r" '.
aa aw alias, ssaai,
. - data, asd ether S OEM
af Waioli aa4 K.aua, Kauai,
..t Wnt&iJ.m KaaaL
jsTjaraa'sCssabrasad raaiilv Madtehsas, .
VaaflHr at wuaoa . evwing
ka teat Vawaar 0f.g.
Ik Bur Bssftaad Mataml Lid- iBMsraoet 0., .
X) 111 lamina gsiasa Wri-proof safc Oa. Vj6
I It A ItlCIIAKIISOS.
ntKHOSOL ANB DEALER IK BOOTS. SHOES
ftaa CWSSsssaE. rarataaiat o.to. rerfasaary, Ac, mdm
at Bart aaaMMcfc.nl Wrwu. Hunulalu.
Alaa, !' e a' Havatian tuap Oo. Order. raealTcd,
aai araaaaly exacatea. , ....
faSnaaar itlTr" aM la tbe Shipmeat at QvaAt to the
law iabiafci lJ6
A. C. ItUI'I'UJI, 31. I..
PART PHTS1CIAN. ASD SDEGEON.
i aaaBa
aaar Baffaa'. Hail. Hatal Street,
a mm annaitat ui vros aa. -'ii
. riab- Mk, ra.aai. Oooiai. ToHet IVaer, Ooiocw,
. ate., ratft ae ww uiwrwiw.
.IOII.-V II. l'ATV,
Kaiarj' PaMic aai Dsmmiiener of Deeds
far tae state of CaUforaia. Oftka at the Baak of BMwp
0 f iaaiaa atrCT. Hoooln-
IIIAA.A.-!I.13I A: CO.,
IMPeETERfi AKD DEALERS IN HAED WARE,
i- Drr aaat. PitroU and Oik, and General Ier
fcaaaTja. Ita-Sa. Khan Straat. Haaahria. P-b
r. p. im. o. wtn.
AIKV3IS A: 1VII.li:il.
AJWIMXEBEfi AND OeXlIISfilOK KEECHAKTS,
Jl Qaeea gtreet. Houululo. H I. Hy
ii. iiACKi'i:i.n A; -..
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Qaaaa Btraat, Hoaolala. H. I. IljrC
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IXPSKTEHS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
41 HoaiJala. titi, H I.
tiiroi). c. ni:uci,
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
1) Hoaolala. Oalia. H. I. j
V. A. .SCIlAKFIiK &. CO.,
OOMMISSIOM MERCHANTS,
m) Hoaolala. Paha, H. I. Ij6
C H. UVUIS. J. G. S1CKS0S
i.invmts .v mciisoA,
IMKSTESS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
Aa4atiaaaaf DatMiac Matertala, Peer Hret, Iloaatata
aV r
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
IA1VAIHAE,-HAWAII,
taeOeaarai HrreaaiHiUe an. Mtippia): baalaaH
r. oort. where the, are prepared to faraiah the
enatte ,alMallll Kavnuhae 1'otat.iea. and eaea other Je-
laraM. xirewuoa mw;.
JOIIA T. IVATUIEIIOI.'Si:,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
I Qajeea Street. Mono'.ahi. II. I. 1?6
-v. i.. ui:tiii,
OENHSAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER,
cMBMla nrafraf BaiMi!i oa Qaeaa St.. IlOBoinla, II.
S Pj
3IoOOI.GArV Ac JOII.ASO',
MERCHANT TAILORS,
la FertaL, Uoaolaln. viiteT C neaek'a. 1)6
C. 15. AVIIA.IA3IS,
MANPFACTBRER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
1st yaaafrare of eeerr aaxrlptioa Furniture Ware-KoonH on
rait gtreet. napuaile Caaae't rbotoa-rapb Cmllery. Wark
. u thm old ataad oa Hotel Sueet. near Fort.
1
Ocaeretnie.tae .Hber wlMd. prumptlTaUeaded to. 1)0
AV. 1IKSAI5TT.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,.
, aeat to the BetheL Hoaolala. ll
31. T. i)o..i:li.,
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
Kaac
21
aaalala. opaoMte Lewit Cooper Shop. Will
bay and eell eocoad-aaed Fnmitore. ljS
TIIIIO. II. iavii:s,
Late Jam, Gaau A Co.
IMPORTER A.VD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
a kmart fob
llnri aad the Lirerauol Caderarlteri.
firkaaa aad Foreasw Maria Inaaraaor Caapasy, and
t tMapaar. -jto
IIV3IAA IIItOTlIIUtS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
a taaaaaaaMe Clothing, Mela. Cape, BooU, Shoe., and
crarj amatj af Ctatliaiaa'a Famieaiag Oooda. Saow'a
BaaiaaB, ajnaaaljreat.nonolBla. 18-la
J. s. aauit. s. c. allc.x.
Av.ii.iiint &. ai.i.i:.
EHIPPING AND COMIfc'SSION MERCHANTS,
It Qaeaa Street, H-wruln. 11. 1. (ijt
i.. i.. Toi:iti:it r.
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND OF
BUILDING MATERIAL.
II OfSBBt Corner Qaeen and Fort streets. lyS
KOL.L.ES A: CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CaeM ieat. HaaMtala. rarticalar attention paid to the
liuiSSaass asad aale af Hawjaitan Prodnce.
alrass bt rsainssior to
CLJOaWas Oo.
C Brawar a Co.
DC vTataemaa Eaa,
H Ilackfeld a Co.
ICasUe a Oooka.
P-lytJ
ClltH. IIOOA.
Comrsisiion Merciant and General Agent,
iBparear af Tins aad ether Chiaaee and Foreign Goods,
Wsslsi li teIer fa HawaUan lToJuce, and Agent for the
rantaa aad Aaaaaata Scgar PlaaUtions. Hre-pro.f
fBare aa Xaaaawi Street, tlow Kl.c Sl-lvti
'EDirilV JO.Uii,
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER,
VflcMf ttatl CeonJt farnUbcd to Ship on the znott fTor
1 mUc tmu, fly6
Kktf tfrrt. Ilontlala, celt the Uxlr Dmslop
ca-rucr ox map ana t ecu j.u ucfm
I u4 JUftirtd, u4 grur&ntcj lor 12 nrsothj. .
i aoceaiM, u mac
BUSINESS -NOTICES.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM EXGirSES, SnBr Mills
feil!olIrr, Cuoftn. lion, Brass and Load Castlnga.
Machinery of Evory Description,
arj- Made to Order. SS
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksraithing.
ir-'J0n VrORfvaawitwl fit the. horte. notice. f3S-ljg
J. S. I)ICI(K(,
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
So. 1)2 ICIng Street,
Xearlv ojipoeite Messrs. Dilliugbam t Co.
,m. . Gratainp, Marbling, Uildrcur, Galsomlufug, raper-
fl C"n (U ae , ic-, exeeuteaoo the shortest nonce.
tTand oa 'It most reasonable terms.
XV31. i:iVC03III,
DENTIST.
Office, Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
lljB
K.V OHlLLjIUeL. 5. A. BLCUC.
OIIAI.I.A3II2I. A; CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES,
Splrlta. Ale. &e.t No. 8, 'qu.du street, oppoeite Merchant
Street, lloooluln. IS-lj6
A. S. CI.rGIIOItA,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISU,
Ffre-proof Store, c4ner of Qneea end Kaahuiitanu Stnts.
Keiail ltAblikbin.nt. on XunaDB Street, aod oa the corner
ol rartand llutel StrreU. lt-l)6
accxaa raca.
n. a. r. caaru
c. itici'AVi:it .v co.,
SHIPPING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IIONOLVl.U, il. I.
AOIS.VTS llr tl IIton n.icl Iioiiolultt Packet
Line.
AGE.VrS-For the Makee, IValluku and Ilnnn
Plaiitallona.
AGIITS For ttic Flirt base attrl ale uf Ialntul
Prmluce. 5-1t6
B. F. EOLBBS. A. JAEGER.
it. v. i:iiu:ks a- co.,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
Fir e-Droof Store oa Fort St., .Wee Odd Fellow Hall. S7-lj6
v. a. sc'iiai:i-i:ij,
AGKXT for the IJKEMKX BOAIID oT
UMltST.WKITFJtS.
Aaent for tbe Dresden Board of Underwriters, .
Arent for the Tlenna Board of Underwriters.
7-0 Pr
C S. ItAIIXOlV,
AUCTIONEER,
.Saleeroora on Qaeen Street, oue door froe: Kaahnmann
Street. 17-16
31. S. GIEirVAIJ3I A: CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Ilatf, Ca, Uooti, Shore and
erecT varlatr of Oentleeien'a eeperior Fnmiafaiaf; Goods.
Store in Makee'l Black, Queen Street, llonoiula, II. I.
10-J lj6
AI'OA'C A: ACIIIJCI.
Importers) Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
General Merchandise,
And China 6ooda, In the Fire-proof store .-n nuan'i Street,
uihW the PnMlrllall. 4S-16
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
- IV O TA It Y 1'IJIII.IC,
U HUo, IlawaiL lj8
31. iti:M'ii:i.i,
WAGON AND CARRIAGE BUILDER,
7C Ivlnj; Mrr, Iloiiolnlu.
Repairine done with care and neat- fX.
nerf Also, pnrticulrr attention glren rr
, to BUcksniithinz anu Uorae-sboemc- S 22.
decs from the other Inland, promptle executetl. 4ly0
J. IMOTT & CO.,
Practical 33i-ctiz:ieiTS,
COJTIMI & TIN SMITHS, make every dc
(eriptton of work in their line, used on Planta
tiooe or eUewbcre. They alto keep on hand a full
aseartmerit of
Sheet Copper, Sheet Tin,
Sheet Lead, Sheet Iron,
Iron Wire, Copper Wire,
Soft A Bran Solder, Pail Ears,
Pressed Bosket Cover.
. Blaek and Tinned Rivets,
Copper Rivets, etc.
Also on hand, a feie more of
. THOSE SPI.KXDID COOKING STOVES',
Received by the Syren,"
. " Cattoo Plant" and "Gray Jackets," together
with a variety of Japanned Ware, and many ankles
ufeful in the Kitchen. pS Work on' Building;,
such as puttcri, spouts, uater-pipes, Ac. Ship-work
will meet with prompt attention at No. 9 Kaahumanu
Street. 13-ly6
JA3IICS 1.. I.HiVIS,
COOPER AND GAUGER,
At the Old Stand, corner King and Bethel Streets.
A Large Stotk of Oil Shoots and all kinds of Coopering
Materials eoostautly on band. He hopes by attention to
bnslnaM to merit a continuance of the patronage wbfeb lie
has heretofore enjoyed, and for which he now- returns hia
thanks. l-3ai
I. . TII03IISO:V,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Queen Street, Honolnln,
Has eonatantly on hand and for sale at the Lowest Market
Prices, a goad assortment nf the Beat Refined Bar Iron, and
tbe Best Btecksmilira Coal. . 3S-1I6
F. II. A: G. SIWV.IAIV.X,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nnnana Street, between Merchant and Qaeen.
Haveconstantif on hand. Stove. Pipe. Oal-vaalxed
Iran Pipe. Plain aod Hose BibbaStop-ajcks, India
RabtMr I1um l.t B,i.lv In iMrll.i ,,f ,nJ an
ftZij feet, w lib couplings and pipe complete. Batb-Tuba,
If ZllJ aad alo a Terr targeatock ofTinwareof ererv de-
acrtptioB.
Partlcalar attention given to Ship-Work. Orders from the
4ber lelaada will he caret all t attended to.
Thankful to the Citizens of Hoautolu and the Islands
real rally for their liberal patronage la the past, welioprby
strict attention to bnstnees to merit the saose lor the future.
g-1 flyti
Carriage and Sign Painting,
THE UXmilWUXr.!) having.
all orders In tbe line of CARRIAGE and MGX PAINTING
-S3 In a Manner to Warrant Satisfaction. ca
M. BF-N FIELD,
30m ,6 King Street, lbaiolulu.
ranBiii, isouw rrtiarrq loexecoit. is
It. ItYCUOl'T,
HOUSE AKD SHIP PLUME EH,
King Street, next to the Seam en s BetheL
Uu on hami, B&th-TaU. Wat-r-ClwcU, Wuh-Easini,
Fort aod lift Pumis, Lead and Galiaoizoi Iron Pips,
and Plumber" Brai-worLs. Beioj; the oajy Ilaimberin the
cltj, he will execute all or Jen entrusted to him in a work
manlike nunner. l-3m
BANK EXCHANGE.
THK U.VDUKSIGNKI) beg to notify the
rmbltc that they have re-opeue-1 tbe alwvc well
known and popular Saloon, where will always be
found an assortment of the
Best Wines, Liquors and Ales,
that tbe market affords, and customers may be assur
ed that tbey will find an experienced bar-tender, and
every attention to their comforts.
The Billiard Room, which is the largest and coolest
in the cily, contains
THREE SUPERIOR BILLIARD (TABLES i
With all the Latest Improvements.
G. C. SIDERS, 1 r, . ,
J. C. CLUNKY.) "P'"'
ITonololn. Sept. 27. 1S70. S7-3m
C AMKOR.VIA RD UIUCK, received per
" D. C. Murray," aad for sale br
40 ' a EOLLES A CO.
Life
PO REIGN NOTICES-
H. W. SEVERAKCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
MEKCHA.TS.
405 Front Street, comer of Clay, San Francisco
- j
The Australian Steam Xaiijatton Co's
Patent Slip & Engineering Works,
SVDXEV, X. S. IV.
iT AH daa of Lacuieenne Work, Iron Ci?i
iirt2.5-!iip-bundln- aod zenml thln'i reialtT,S
exrcutru cbmptjr and ezpedjtlvualT. 43" Veaaela of the
laruett tounage can he taken up.
2U0 VISED. II. TnOTJTO.V, Manager.
LEAEMONTH, DICKINSON & Co.,
STDS K Y, X .
IV.,
General Commission Agents,
Will attend to the tale cf Sandwich Ifland Produce, and
arrange for adrancee on aame.
RcrB TO..
IS
IV. L. OIIEE.V -.Honolnln
( MACFARLAXK, BLAIIl & Co.. San FramiKO
if
H. B. ITIUJlVa, B. P. eUXCH4EX, C. B. KOMiy.
WILLIAMS. BLANCHARD & CO..
SHIPPING ANft COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
4c No. US California Street, San Francitco. S
JOB M'CRAKX,
1. c. ttiaaiu.
TortUnd. S. t. CaL
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Portland, Oregon.
Having Ieen engaged In our present bnstnes for upwards
of twelve years, and beiog located in a Fire-prof Brkk Bolld
ding. we are prepared to receive aaddHpuee f Island Staples,
nrh as Suaar. Syrups, Rice. 1'uiu. Coffee, etc., to advantage.
Consignments etpeclallv saHeJled for the Oregon Market, to
vtiieii personal attention will lw pild, and upon which cash
advances will he made when required.
KSrsBESCXS
Charles W Brooks San Francisco
J C Merrill a Co "
Fred ken "
Badger a Mnflenbergef 44
James Patrick a Co "
WmT Coleman a Co "
Steven., Baker a Oo "
Allen a Lewis Portland
LaddaTilton "
Leonard a Green ' 1-1 j6
FLINT, PEABODY & Co.,
SHIPPING AND
Commission Merchants,
AND AGENTS OF
PACIFIC BARREL AND KEG COMPANY.
Are prepared to furnish Kia and Btsstt. Sliooks'in any
quantity required, and respectfully solicit consignments vf
lugar and IUnd Produce.
rssrea to-
Mwrs Bishop i Co. Honolulu. .
Measrs II IIcl.M.l A Co Honolulu.
Me"rs Castle i Cooke llouolulu.
Mee.il Walker A Allen Honolulu.
OFF1CF.I
Xo. 4U8 Cnllfornla Sfrctt, Snn Frntirlcco.
(3T-5m)
i:. 3i. va3 iti:i:i,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Ivallagavva, Jnfiall,
Having Hie beet bcilitle. iLrough an intimate connection
with the Japanese trade for the past eight .rears, is prepart-u
to transact anr bupineeeeotrnsted to bis care, witb dispatch.
17- lvf.
LANGLEY, CROWELL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
32 Cor.Battery&CIaySts.SanFrancisco. t6D1
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
-piMJIEL'S iriLANG-IIILANG, VANDA, IIEN
L1j na. Jockey 'CJub, Frangipane, and other per
fumes of esquisile fragrance.
UIMMEli'S Lavendar Water, distilled from Mit
chatn flowers.
Kitntnel's Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for'its useful
and sanitary projrties.
Rimmel's Extract nf.Linie Juice and Glycerine, tbe
best preparation for.tbe hair, especially in warm cli
mates, 'fc.
Himmel's Dugong Oil Soap, perfumed with Austra
lian Euealyptus. 1
Rimmel's Glycerine, Honey, Windsor and other
Toilet Snaps.
Riinmcrs Rose Water, Costume and Floral Crack
ers, very amusing far balls and parties.
Rimmel's Violet, Rose-leaf, Rice, "-nil other Toilet
Ponders.
EQ. A liberal allowance to shippers.
EUGENE niJIMEL,
Perfumer to HI! II the Princes, of Walee, 9, Strand,
138. Regent Str.et, and -'4. Cornhlll, Ixmdoo;
17, Boulevard d.s Italiens, Paris, and 76, King's
Road Brighton.
3- Sold by all Perfumery Vendors. 37-lj6
331. VOSS,
No. 5 Merchant Street, eppooite the Sailor's Home,
GENERAL UPHOLSTERER,
IX ALL ITS BRANCHES,
MAS CONSTAXTldY OX HAIVD a variety
of HUME-MADE (CKNITCRK. hrb be off" for
Mle AT THE LOWEST MARKET VRICE cuomticg vi
Seta cf .
BEST BLACK WALNUT PAKLOR RJBNITUSE,
Sprioc-Dck Tf Cbalxc. Iongr and Mattnwe?.
Hair and irpiiDt- Mattraswi, Window Sbadon and Slip
CoTer ptMie to jrder.
Old luruiliirc Ic-l7i1ioItorLMl9
Hefalred and YamUbet, with satjetatctkm warranted.
-C Call and examine mj stock before purchasing ele
wbere. 8m Terms ReaMnaUe. All orden from Sbipnuutert and
the other Iriaad, wHl be prwui tlj atteoJed to. 6-1 y
PHOTOGRAPHY!
Improvement is the Order of the Day.
HAVING CONSTRUCTED A NEW SKYLIGHT,
and made various other improvements. I hope
now to be able to suit tbe most fastidious with
A. Pltotogrrtiplt of :iny Size,
From a Crystal to a Mammoth, taken in tbe Best
'Style of Art, and on the most reasonable terms.
Also, for sale, views of the Islands. Portraits of
the Kings, Queens, and other Notables.
II. I.. CflASE,
32-ly Fort Street.
C. W. GREY fit CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At'Leleo, Manufacturers and Dealers
In all kinds of Soap. Beef, Mutton, and Goat
TallowWanted
OfEce. 30 Fort Sect, where orders will be received
and promptly trtended in. 39
GF.OK(iE 1VILI.IA3IS,
LICENSED SHIPPING .AGENT,
Office on Janes Robinson & Co's Wharf,
Continues the business on his old plan of settling wit
officers and seamen immediately on their ehipptog at his
efilce. naving no direct urlndirect connec- tithacyout
fitting establishment, and allowing no debts t. Se collected
1c hisofSce, he hopes tapirs a. good satisfaction ?a the fu
ture as he has in tbe past, l-3ra
BARTLETT SALOON,
BT
AVI I.I.I A3! HX'GIIE.S,
Corner of Hotel and Fort Streets.
THE CHOICEST AND BEST OF ALES, WINES
and Spirits always to be found at the Bar. 22-Iy
choice iimmmliM
PERFUMERY Wn
SUGAR & MOLASSES
J? nii.o5ii. i. vf
Sugar and Molasses,
CROP NOW COJ1I.NR IN, and for sale
in quantities to suit purchasers, by
Mm WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
ONOMEA PLANTATION.
Supir and 3IolabKC8 Crop 1870
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
Mtn WALKER A ALLEN. Agents.
PRINCEVILLE PLANTATION.
Siip;nr and 3II:tsc' Crop 1870
C031ING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
Mm WALKER A ALLEN. Agents.
MAKEE PLANTATION.
IVeM- Crop of Snjiitr Ac 3IolaNHOM
VTOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
L titles to suit purchasers by
Mm C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
WAILUKU PLANTATION.
1ST
EW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to suit purchasers, bv
Mm C. BREWER A CO.. Agents.
SUGAR of SUPERIOR QUALITY,
TN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
L and at Reasonable Prices, for sale'llr
6 Im F. A. SCIiAKFKR A CO.
INSURANCE NOTICES.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF ITEM' YORK.
Cash Assets, over. . .$36,000,000 !
Cash Dividends in 1SGS,. . . .$3,257,137.26.
The Largest Life Insurance Company
IX THE WORLD!
I'rcniiiimx niiixt lie Paid Si'iiti-.ii.
niiiilly or Quarterly.
ADAMS U WILDER,
Ii-lyfi Agents for the Hawaunn Ielainls.
nu'ERiAL fhm: ixsiR.vxrn (Ojiiuxy
Of London.-Inst:tnted 1803.
CASH CAPITAL, SS.OOO, 000 in COLD.
nsIIF. UNPKRSIGNED are prepared to Issue collcies on
JL Fire Risks (with or witbuut the average clause) ou
Plantation IluildinKS aud Macbincrv, Private Darellings,
IlrKk. Stone and Wooden Store-, Merchandise, Coals, Lum
ber. Ships in Port, Ac, on the nitet f-irurable terms.
S- All Losses Adjusted and Paid for hero. "T
For particulars apply at tbe omec .f
WALKF.P. A AI.LEN,
32-ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
31 E It CHARTS' 3IirriTAIa
"MARI1JE INSURANCE COMPANY
Or Sau Krniiclaco.
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The HrHUIi Caltinct ItoolTcd to Act
lVnr Imminent.
ffcrald Cable. London. November lGtfa.
At a Cabinet Council to-day it was resolved to
act in regard to the Russian complication.
War is imminent!
Great popular indignation exists against Rus
sia 1
Tribune cable. Lo.ndox, November 16th.
Tliere has been great excitement but no panic
to-day over the Russian news, in the Stock Ex
change and elsewhere. This Russian stp was
eo Ion? expected that the public was partly pie
pared for it. It is the form and peretnptoriness
of Russia's declaration which had- created sur
prise rather than the demand itself. Notwith
standing the warlike tono of the Times to-day.
great doubt was felt whether the English Gov
ernment would repel Russia's pretensions to ab
rogate by her own act, the treaty of 1856. The
Times waTbelieved tote attempting to lake the
reins of Government, as in 1854; but all doubt
will be dispelled to-morrow by the publication of
Granville's reply. The views expressed in this
note are ehared in and will be supported by Aus
tin, France and Italy, each of which sends a re
ply substantially identical, and will follow the
eamo lice of policy in this and all which follows.
It is stated on authority that I'rnssia's attitude
remains unknown, or at least the English Foreign
Office is unable to say what declaration may be
expected. Russell's mission was to hoU di
rect communication with liismarck ; but Russell,
when last heard from, had reached no further than
Sedan, having, by liurnsiile's atlvice, sought to
come to Versailles via Relgmm. At Sedan he
was buying horses and n carriage to proceed on
his journey. Communications with other Govern
ments have been free and cordial. There i noth
ing yet like talk about war, but the English Cab
inet is in no mood 'o be deterred by the pros
pect of a collision, in which, howevcr,it does not
believe. There is nobody here who says Eng
l.ind will not, in any cae, go to war ; and per
haps still more in the Continental Cabinets n
sense of the impossibility of permitting open dic
tation by Russia is uppermust. Four days ago
Gort5chakofT8 circular was unknown at the Amer
ican Legation nt St. Petersburg. Tho following
correspondence lias passed :
'FortEia.v Office, November 10, 1870.
"Earl Granville to Sir A. Iiucbanan, Dritish
Ambassador to St. Petersburg :
"Sir : Karon firnnnow made to me yesterday a
communication respecting the conversation be
tween the Emperor of Russia and the Saltan
with regard to the limiting of their naval forces
in the Black Sea by tho treaty signed at Paris on
the 30th March, 1 85C, to which you alluded in
your Jelegraut of yesterday afternoon. In my
dispatckof yesterday I gave you an ttccount of
what passed between us, nnd I now propose to
allude to Prince GortscbukofTs dispatches on the
19th anu 20th ult., communicated to me by the
Russian Ambassador. On that occasion Prince
Gortschakoff declared on the part of his Imperial
JIajcsty, that the treaty of 185C had been in-s
fringed on in various respects, to the prejudice
of Russia, aud more especially in the case of the
Principalities, against the explicit protest of his
representative, and that in consequence of these
infractions Russia is entitled to renounce those
stipulations of the treaty which directly touch
her interests. It is then announced that she will
no longtr be bound by the treaties which restrict
her rights of sovereignty in the Iilack Sea. We
hare here an allegation that certain facts hate
occurred which in the judgment of Russia are at
variance with certain stipulations of the treaty,
anil the assumption is made that Russia, upon the
strength of her own judgment as to the character
of those facts, is entitled to release herself from
certain other stipulations of that instrument.
'I'liis assumption is limited in its practical appli
cation to some of the provisions of tho treaty, but
the assumption of n right to renounce any one of
its terms, involves the assumption of a right to
renounce the whole. This statement is wholly
independent of the reasonableness or unreasona
bleness, on its own merits, of the desire of Rus
sia to be released from the observance ot the
stipulations of the treaty of 1856. respecting the
Iilack Sea: for the question is, in whose hands
lies the power of releasing one or more of the
parties from nil or any of these stipulations ? It
has always been held '.hat right belongs only to
he Governments who have been partie.3 to the
original transaction.
'1 he communication of. Prince Gortschakoff ap-"
pears to assume that any one of the Powers who
have signed the engagement may allege that oc
currences have taken place which, jn its opinion,
are nt variance with the provisions of the treaty,
and alihough this tiew is not shared nor admit
ted by the Cosigmiton Powers il may found up
on that allegation, not a request to those govern
ments for the consideration of the case, but an
announcement to them that it has emancipated
itself, or holds lUelf emancipated from every stip
ulation of the treaty which it thinks fit to disap
prove. But it is quite evident that the effect of
such a doctrine, and of any proceeding, which,
with or without avowal, is founded upon it, is to
bring the entire authority and efficiency of treat
ies under the discretionary control of each one of
the Powers who may have signed them ; the re
sult of which would be the entire destruction of
treaties in their essence ; for whereas the whole
object is to bind powers to one another, and for
tht3 purpose each one or the powers surrenders a
portion of its free agency by tbe doctrine and
proceeding now in question, one of the parties in
its separate and individual capacity, brings back
the entire subject into its own control and re
mains bound only to itself. Accordingly Prince
Gortschakoff has announced in those dispatches
tbe intention of Russia to continue to observe
certain of-the provisions of the treaty. However
satisfactory this may be in itself, it is obviously
an expression of tbe tree will of that Power, which
it might at any time alter or withdraw, aud in
this il is open to the same objections as the other
portions of tbe commnnicati' ecausc It implies
the ngbt of Russia to annul treaty on tbe
ground of allegations of which she consritntes
herself the only judge. Tbe question, therefore
arises, not whether any desire expressed by Rus
sia ought to be carefully examined in a friendly
spirit by the co-eignatory Powers, but whether
they are to accept from her the announcement
that this is her own act. Without any consent
from them she has released herself from af solemn
covenant. I need scarcely say that her Majesty's
Government have received ' this commnnifation
with deep regret, beca&e it open's a .'discosaon
which might nnsettle the cordial understanding 't
has been their earnest endeavor to maintain with
the Russian Empire : and for the above men
tioned reasons it is impossible for her Majesty's
Government to give any sanction, on their part
to the course announced by Prince Gortschakoff.
If instead of such a declaration the Russian Gov
ernment had addressed iler Majesty's Govern
ment and the other powers who are parties to
the treaty of 1856, and had proposed for consid
eration with them, whether anything ha3 oc
curred which could be held to amount to an in
fraction of the treaty .or whether there is any
thing in the terms which from altered circum
stances, presses with undue severity upon Rus
sia or which in tbe course of events had become
unnecessary for the due protection of Turkey. Iler
.Majesty's Government wonld not have refused to
examine the question in concert with the co-sig-nersito
the treaty. Whatever might have been
the result of such communicationr, a risk of fu
ture complications and n very dangerous" prece
dent as to tbe validity of international obligations,
would have been avoided. I am, etc,
Signed, Granville.
"P. S. You will read this dispatch and give a
copy of it to Prince Gortschakoff.
The Gort.scIiukoU 3IIms1vc.
London Nov. 18th. 3Vt'6un SjnedaL
Tho following is the despatch of Prince Gorts
schakolT to Baron Brunnow, communicated by
Baron Brunnow to Earl Granville, on the 9th of
November, and referred to in the second para
graph of Earl Granville's dispatch:
Tzarkoksfjj3, Oct. 20th.
Rahox: In making the communication to the
principal Secretary of State of Iler Britanic
Majesty, presented to you by tbe orders of His
Majesty, the Emperor, you will be good enough
to make its import and object clearly understood
' When, at the commencement of the year 1866, a
conference was talked of for the purpose uf pre
venting the war then imminent in Germany, by
the assembling of a congress for discussing the
basis of it with Earl Russel, you were able to
point-out certain eventualities of a nature calcu
ted to modify the slaiuo quo existing in the east,
would be rendered necessary to Russia. This
was recognized by him with the utmost fairness,
he did not deny that every alteration affected in
the east and the spirit of the treaty of 1856,
must lead to the tevision of that document. Al
though thcse'eventuolities have not been realized,
Earl Granville will not deny that the treaty has
suffered grave modifications in one of its essen
tial parts. That which cannot but impress Rus
sia in those modifications, is not tbe f.Hti'.ious
and hostile tendancy towards her of which tbey
bear tho stamp it is not tbe consequences that
may result to a great country front the establish
ment on her frontier -of a small independent
State : It is above all Ihe facility with which, ten
years after its conclusion, a solemn transaction,
invested with an European guarantee, can bo in
fringed in its letter nnd spirit, uuder tho eyes of
tho very power which ought to bu it3 guardian.
In the proseuco of such a precedent, what value
can Russia attach to the efficacy of this agree
ment, and to the guarantee of tho Security that
she believed she bad found In the principle of the
neiilliziliun of the Black Sea. The equilibria
urn established in the East, therefore, is destroy
ed to the detriment of Unasia, and tho resolution
taken by our August Master is to re-establish it.
Iler Britannic Mujesty's Government would
never consent to leave the security of its coasts
to the mercy of an agreement which is no longer
respected, anil it is too just not to recognize that
we have the same duties and the same rights.
But what wo especially desire to establish is that
this decision implies no change in the policy
which His Majesty, the Emperor, follows in the
Bat. You have several times already been
made to enter into explanations with the Cab
inet of London, upon the general views the two
Governments bold upon this important question,
and to point out a conformity of principles and
of interests, which we have noted with much
satisfaction.
Wo have decided, therefore, that it i3 neither
from England or from Russia that danger can
come which could threaten tho Ottoman Empire ;
that the two Cabinets have an equal desiro to
maintain its existence as long as possible by tho
conciliation of the differences between the Porte
and the Christian subjects of the Sultan ; and that
in caso a decisive crisis should occnr.nolwitbstand
ing these efforts, both aro equally resolved to ask
the solution, nbova all in a general agreement of
the powers of Europe. Wo have not ceased to
entertain these views. We believe that their
complete analogy renders a serious 'tnisnuder
sianding impossible between Iler Britannic Ma
jesty's Government and onrs. Wo attach the
ntmost value to it as the best guarantee for pre
serving the peace and the equilibrium of Enrope,
from the dangera which may result from compli
cations in the East.
By order of His Majesty the Emperor, Yonr
Excellency is authorized to reiterate the assur
ance of this to Lord Granville. We shall sincerely
congratulate ourselves it the frankness of these
explanations should contribute to it, by removing
all possibility of a misunderstanding, between her
Majesty's Government and ours. 1 am, etc.,
GoRTSoiiACorr.
A ctiABMiNo story is told by a foreign corres
pondent of tbe Crown Prince of Prussia. After
the battle of Weissenbourg severe! bnndred pris
oners filed in with high heads and stern looks,
poor fellows! General von Bittenfield and his
staff looked at them coldly. Suddenly the
Prince of Prussia rode up, and when he saw the
prisoners be took off his hat with serious respect
and bowed to them ; then, turning to too Bit
tenfield and the others, said : "Saluto courage,
gentlemen ; never io my life have. I seen any
thing so brave as these soldiers, whom ill-luck has
played falsely.'"
"Mabt Maooales bad seven devils cast out of
her. I never heard of a man having seven dev
ils cast out of him," growled an old bachelor in
the course nf a discussion on tbe "woman ques
tion." "No.they are not cast outyet, I believe,"
was the quiet response of his fair antagonist.
'I say, Deacon, have you hunted down that
chap that stole your overcoat and umbrella J"
"No, I have not molested bim ; he'll fetch np in
a world where neithiT overcoat nor umbrella will
be of the leant nae tti htm.7
Austrian soldiers, whose terms of service hare ex
pired, are only dismissed oa furlough.
Lato Foreign News.
amesica.x.
New Tore; Nov. 201b. Toes cesres mikes the
population of this State 4,8T0,S4.
The receipts or the French Fair during the first
four days exceeded $35,000. It Is eatlrcated Uut tie
Fair will realize $150,000.
The United States steamer Tennessee, now flttlnc;
out at tbe Navy Yard, will sail In a few days fee tea
Pacific.
The steamer. Cambria, which arrived yesterday,
brought 2,000 balloon letters from Paris.
Chicago. Nov. 21st. ATtms TVaahtnstoa special
says : Tbe President Intend io his annual meswaga
to renew the recommendations contained In his
special message of last July to Codettsb, for the re
newal of restrictions on foreign Inllt vesaeU, so that
they can be suppled with American rcxUten. Ilo
will elaborate this position, and maintain that If It
had been fnlQlle.d by Cooxress In July, the present
carrying trade would Have been more gtuerfHj in
American bottoms.
WAsm.NOTOX, Nov. 21st A dispatch from Fekln
via Loudon, announces tbe arrival of Seward and
party there all wclL They will proceed to Calcutta,
Bombay, and the Persian Gull.
An agent of the Alaska. Fur Seal Compaoy, wfio
was at tbe Treasury Department to-day. Informed
the Secretary that the Company was endeavoring; to
obtain possession or control of Copper and Bebrloe;
Islauds, belonging to Russia. Two scents are now
in Russia, with the prospect of receiving possession
of the Islands. "
Wasuwotos, Nov. 22d. Marked Improvements .
are golcg forward at tbe Capital, In anticipation of
tbe assembling of Congress. The ventliatlan of both
House Is materially Improved. Upholsterer, paint
ers aud carpenters have been busy In several com
mittee rooms and other apartments. The grounds
abont the Capitol have also been extended and im
proved. Under tbe provisions of tbe Act of Concreaa,
which passed last July, It Unascertained at the
Treasury Department that offifty-fonr mtlHons addi
tional circulation, allowed to the weat ami Bomb,
with. twcnty-Hvu million dollars contingent, there
has thus far been but forty million dollars called fur.
It also appears that thus far only two sold bask
are In successful operation one In Boston aad c
in Sau Francisco.
The trial of defaulting Naval Paymasters is still
going forward here. Tbe cae of Lockwood. wboae
accounts are short abont $30,000, was concluded on
Saturday, and tbe records of the Court sent to tbe
Navy Department yesterday. This I tbe moat glar
ing case of fraud of any of the Paymasters brought
before tbe Court, as the returns were falalled la
Lockwood's own handwriting, extending over a
long period. There is no doubt be will be scat to
the Penitentiary. It Is thought all tbe sentence
will be promulgated by the Secretary of tbe Navy,
at the same time, alter tbo trials are concluded.
Among tho annual reports fintsuird and ready to
be preseuted to Congress, are those of lbs. Secretary
of tbe Interior, which were placed In the hands of
the President before Cox's rctlrment. The report
of the Commissioner of Internal Reveaoe. Uoltrd
States Treasnrer, Commissioners of Patents, IV u
.slons, Indian Affairs, General Land Officers, Audit
ors and Controllers, Secretary of tbe Treasurv,
Secretary of tbe Navy, Secretary of War, ami Post
master General, are still eocsgtd on their report.
Tbe rr port of Delano, as Corneal stocr ul Internal
Revenue, Is unusually short. He raakr few recom
mendations. The Posttnaater General will devote
much space to the Mail Steamship question, and
will recommend tho Introduction of the penny post
age cards, similar to those now In use la England
and Germany. He will not devote ranch space to
tbe subject of tbe franking privilege, but ia Jansa.y
be will (end a special communication to Congress
having special reference to that quratlon.
New Yoke, Nov. 22d. The TrUunt't Wssblsgtoa
special says Genera! Butler left last night tar tba
East, lie bad a long conference with Bontwell, and
called on the President; but be say neither eonv. r
stton was on matters of pubiie interest. Rot It
denies the report that bis visit to Washington hid
anything to do with the President's Message, or lu
turo policy of tbe Government la regard to the
Alabama claims; and Intimate that the Messsg I
already wiltten.
Tbe President, In conversation yesterday, referred
to the report that bo had treated Senator Schnrx
coldly ou his arrival In Washington last week, and
that be bad been more friendly to Drake. He said
tbe story was entirely without foundation. On tbe
day that Senator Scburz called tba President was
engaged, and declined to tee nearly every one
Drake, who called tbe same day, was no more for
tunate than Scburz. .
PiiiLiUELrnia, Nov. 23d. Tbe Philadelphia Rail
road Company have resolved to guarantee bonds for
building four Iron screw steamers on the Delawsre
River, for a new American Hoe between Philadelphia,
and Liverpool.
Ciiicaoo, Nov. 23d. Tbe body of Morris Hansen,
yard-man at tbe Metropolitan Hot!, was found in
one of tbe back halls, through which he was evi
dently attemptiogto escape, when he was overcome
by smoke and suffocated.
There was a severe storm last night between Cleve
land and Toledo, and at point farther JUL The
telegraph wire tuffered badly.
An organization wa formed In this elty yesterday,
including representatives from all sections of the
country, for tbe object of promoting reform In Ihe
Revenue and Civil Service.
Wasuisotox, Nov. 23d. Over twenty members
of Congress are now in Washington. Some of them
bad Interviews with the President to-day.
The Navy Department has revoked the order for
Commander E. C Grafton to command the Terror
Tbe Mexican Claim Commission will resalate all
case that were not presented before tbe 1st of Feb
ruary, 1809.
New Yoke, Nov. 23d. Ben. Butler, In his address
to-ulgbt before the Boston Lyceum, will urge tbe
duty of our Government to demand the prompt set
tlement of tbe Alabama claims. If this Is not ac
corded, our remedy Is complete through non-Ister-conrse
with England, and to take onr trade and
products from her wonld revolutionize her govern
ment. Butler thinks England should repair tbe
wrongs, and remove all possibility o( future difficul
ties, by removing ber power from the Continent,
leaving ber province to decide tbeir oyn future.
For this be w ould assume the Alabama claims. Qs
also urges war against England, If nccesssry, to vin
dicate, our fishing rights. Butler bold that the '
mission of tbe Republican party I ended at borne,
and Its future depends on foreign question. He
claims that Grant's Administration I the strongest
since Jackson. He charge tbe Democracy with de
feating tbe annexation of San Domingo.
Hataxa, Nov. 23d. Despatches from Neiv Tork,
announcing tbe election oi the Dnke of Aosta as
King of Spain, lure created tbe most unbounded
enthusiasm. Salutes were fired, and the city wis
given cp to festivities. A reception at the palace
has been arranged for to-morrow, and ou Sunday all
tbe troops In the neighborhood will be reviewed by
tbe Captain GeneraL
CHCUt-ATi, Nov. 23d. Ex-Secretary Cor author
izes the statement to be made that the Intimations
recently made that be waa Inclined to Issue a patent
tr tbe New Jdrla Company ender any circumstance
without proper InvcstIgatIoD, are entirely fab?, and
wltbont foundation. Be say that neither by word
nor In any manner has be ever Intimated that tbe
patent should be Isssed to any one until such Inves
tigation wa Instituted a should settle tbe qneatioo
of title to these land.
Tebbe Haute, Nor. 33d. The boiler Of Richard
son d: .Grefnorn' Floarlcg Mill exploded to-day,
killing' Davltf Decry instantly, mortally-Injarlog a
boy arid scrlo!y wounding the engineer.

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