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Tbe Government or the Xational Defense bas
a33re&ed to following important Circular to
tte-Freach Diplomatic Agent abroad :
Torus, October 10th.
A! races: M. de Bismarck, on the 1 3th and
IGUief .September laat, bas addressed to the
Bijjfesialic Arents of the Northern Confedera
tfoo i (areolars, calculated to justify in the
ye of Eorape the exacting demands of Prnssia.
Tb argamems of the Chancellor, which he after
ward repeated at Ferrieres in his conversations
with M. Jules Favre, convey in substance, that if
Fraasa bas a desire to annex territories, it is not
is the spirit of canqoeit, bat solelv to assnre to
Gejuunr a lasting peace, and to gnard her against
tie attacks which it bas been at all times the
ofejeet T France to make. He wishes, he says,
to shelter Germany from the inenrsions of a
warHke Brbbor, whose ambition has do ceased
fr cestsries from menacing the security and in
depesdeaee of the German people. It is not the
erst use that M. de Bismarck ascribes to those
vbea be wishes to attack the very projects
vMah Ire bimsetf entertains. AVe can not admit
ehker tbe premises which ho sets forth, or
the ceaquesces which he deduces therefrom,
leasee is not what he wishes to make her. A
hasty pknee at ber history does not permit this
Jedpseol of ber. Let w take facts, and inquire
wial France has been aiming at for the last
ceaisnr a period sufficient to become acquainted
wkb tbe spirit of a nation. It is the duty of
Batfoss to remain bound by their past policy,
bat ibis ebfigntiofl only pledges their honor, and
progress for them would be a wprd devoid of
eese If they Were condemned to travel always
In the greove is which interests lost sight of, or
passiMs hereafter without object, obliged them.
France f te-day no more resembles the France
reversed by Louis XIV". than Germany of to-day
tJes tbe HeJy Empire. The war of conquest
was. at tint epoch, if not the right, at least tbe
oearaen practice of Monarchies. The Uevolu
tie at ITS9 bad as its result a political change ;
pece Is a oeoditkm necessary to liberty. France
Bade for ber&etf a new ideal ; sufficiently strong
beeeeferlh to be independent, she sought less to
fofemeeer over the people than to enlighten them
ber example. That which she bad just ac
CMiplisbed In America for the United States,
tht was ready to re -commence in Europe. Who
ea4eavre4 to extinguish the light which she
tfcos sbed around her? who rose up in arms to
arrest is its first flight the genius of the French
Kuroiuliou T No ingenuity of language, no his
torical cavil wiH prevail against this fact: the
Bcnhiiwu of 1789 opened np a new era, and
fewke down the traditions of the past : Prussia
was tbe first te fight against K.
Pnm the israsion of 1792 dates the beginning
e-f tlwse fatal rivalries which were eventually to
Mag abet the present calamities. France re
fMlsei aggression ; but she wo3 carried away, we
aekaowfedce it, beyond legitimate reprisals. She
bad ssSsred cruel injuries ; she allowed herself to
be reraone by the intoxication of victory.
Jejae. was a reveege. Leipzig and Waterloo fol
lowed, aed reminded the French that if it is
permitted a people for a time to renounce their
ewm Mepeadeeee, tbey can not wth impunity
strike a Maw at that of other nations.
Frasee, bewever, recovered from her disasters,
and roowqnered herself. From the moment at
wbieh K became impossible to engage her with
et ber oonseet. what war has Ehe provoked?
"Vbere is seen that spirit of ambition, and eager
Bess after conquest which M. de Bismarck at
tributes to us? Who. more than we, during
there twaetifal years, has contributed to the
aMateBasce of peace in Europe ? France had
already paid dearly for the faults of the first Em
pire. However much modern opinions were yet
feUered, their influence was felt nioYe and more
fo fte foreign policy of the country. Whereker
there was a people to deliver, liberties to defend,
a Bond grasdear to acquire. France was found
ready. Tbe Restoration battled for Greece ;
too Momrchy of July insured the independence
of BJjjiuiit. and those ideas were so firmly fixed
at tbie ported in the consience of the nation that
tbe seeead. Empire understood that hencefoVth it
Best think with them, and proclaim loudly that
it brought peace. France believed it. The Em
pire, however, had need of military prestige, and
eoagbt it But the wars which it undertook had
s character far different from those of Napoleon
1, for If it (tbe second Empire.) at times stemmed
tbe pacific current which the nation was bent on
faMewiag. it did not ren I asunder the principles
which the nation had adopted. In tbe Crimea,
Franc, is company with two free peoples, fousht
for the independence or Turkey. It was to de
liver a friendly nation that our armies scaled the
Alps in 1659. The Mexican adventure itself,
bkaed and discussed so energetically, and rightly
bf tbe liberal party, could never have been ex
plaieed but by means of theories, chimerical it is
true, but which repudiated in advance all thought
of eeoquest. What is there in common between
these principles, consecrated by a practice of
mere than half a century, under four different
repraes, and the policy of "fire and sword"
winch, since 1864, has been let loose over Eu
rope? What act, or what promise of France
can make her answerable? Who spoiled Den
irsrk? openly forced Austria into war? violently
Mx?d Hanover, Hesse, Frankfort. 4c? roused
nil Europe's slumbering passions and shook it to
iu centre? France has only intervened in this
crisis to hasten and secure peace.
They talk of the warlike ardor of the nation,
and of the petty jealousies which the victories of
Prussia Jiad excited. But immediately after
Sadewa, at the time of the irritating incident of
Luxembourg, opinion in France was decidedly
declared against war, and tbe German press itself
was obliged to acknowledge it ; moderation was
found to be oa our side. When, finally, the war
broke oat in the month of July lost, who could
deny that Prussia had done every thirg in her
power x tbe last four years to arrive at this end ?
Throwing aside her political conduct, and the
wtHful coc-performance of the Treaty of Prague,
she was formidably armed and ready in eight
days to enter upon the campaign. Events have
shown to what extent her prepartions, under
taken long aco, have been pushed : on the con
trary.it is tell known bow they had been neg
lected by France. Not only were the. armaments
-of Prussia complete, bat her alliances were con
rduded ; she wi evidently determined, to draw
-si into a formidable conflict. We can speak
freely of this war, for the members of the present
Government hav done all in their power to turn
aside the horrors of war from the country. We
loudly proclaim that, notwithstanding tbe be
havior of Prussia, the real motive of the struggle
was Dot justifiable ; and M. de Bismarck could
not eeriucsly stigmatize us with the publications
of certain writers, and tba manifestations of an
excited mob. These were isolated acts, without
support in the country, and which did not go be
yond the confused agitation which all public
emotion raises in great cities.
M. de Bismarck knows the value of these
tiicgt What people, however, will not allow
theaselre to ba easily carried away at the first
cry of war? Governments are always sure to
kindle enthusiasm when they promise glory and
triumph. That is why their responsibility is so
great. But at tbe first check, when they are not
going along with opinion, their fall is inevitable.
This result has been produced as well under the
second as under the first Empire. Both must of
necessity fall ; enterprises which they were pur
suing were unjust. As to the affirmation of M.
de Bismarck that the Empire was coerced by
public opinion, the very facts give him an un
qualified denial. Consulted at tbe time or the
Legislative elections of 18C9, tbe people had af
firmed in the roost energetic manner their love of
peace. The same tendencies were "Shown, and
very explicitly, at the time of the plebiscite of
tbe 9th of May, 1870, to sncb an extent that two
months afterwards, the Government had for the
first time for many years to reduce tbe contin
gent of the army.
This concession, demanded by 'the state of
feeling, proves with all the evidence of an actual
fact how far France was from all warlike ideas in
the month of July. The renewal of the councils
general had again, a short time previous, furnished
a fresh occasion Tor the display of these aspira
tions. But we even possess an official document
which proves in tie most formal manner that, far
from having been led away by public opinion, the
Empire, on the contrary, was seriously perplexed
to know if it would be followed by it. So little
was it assured of its obedience, on a declaration
of war, that it was thought necessary to take its
opinion expressly on this suljpct. .The Prefects
received orders to report to the Minister of In
terior the impressions caused in the departments
by this sudden news. Their replies, published
since that time in the Journal Officid, after the
2nd of October, leave no ground for any doubt.
I he first impulse ha3 been astonishment and
surprise," wrote one Prefect. Others eay : "This
new, bursting forth in tbe midst of a profound
calm,.ha3 caused great emotion." . War is con
sidered so great a scourge that we do not wish to
believe it." The ardent desire of maintaining
peace displayed itself everywhere. "I believe
that at bottom we dread war," wrote one or the
most populous and enlightened of the depart
ments. " No one," said another Prefect, " wishes
for war, should it be the result of the great social
uneasiness that is spreading over the country."
" This country wants peace," also writes another ;
" it will only accept war with repugnance j" and
others in the same style : "The population cer
tainly do noti want war, and long ardently for
Everywhere burst forth this sentiment : that
we would only accent war if it was for the honor
of the country. We clung with eagerness to the
last hope of peace. "When it shall be proved,"
writes a prefect, "that everything has been tried to
arrive at this result unavailing!-, we shall decido
to submit to the consequences of a collision of
which we are afraid." We could multiply cita
tions. Out of 89 prefects' reports, 11 only men
tion complete approbation ; all the others betray
the same prejudice, or the same repugnance. This
then is an incontestable fact. Thus ' it remains
established that France did rot menace the in
tegrity of Germany ; her history for more than
half a century proves it so on all its pages. She
never meditated conquests; aspirations of an op
posite nature animated her; and in fact, even
while her disposition did not urge her to it, the
clearest sense of her interest compelled her to a
pacific course. Such is the nation against tbe
inenrsions of which M. de Bismarck wishes to
protect Germany, and tho territorial dismember
ment of which appears to him the only safe
guarantee for the tranquility of the German
people. The line of the Rhine, according to him,
is no longer sufficient; he wants the line of the
Vosges and the Moselle. He must have, now-a-daye,'Al?ace
and Lorraine, and. this at the very
time when Germany has just changed her interior
constitution. After 1815, Europe alteady dread
ing the expansive force of the German people,
strove to give her (Germany) a Constitution, the
basis of which was exclusively organized on the
defensive, and France, although the treaties of
Vienna were directed against her, was left in the
state she is found now. Her northern frontier,
facing Germany, is entirely open. The results
of the present war furnish an indisputable proof
of this. And while France has modified nothing
in her organization, Germany has raised herself
the most formidable State a power has ever at
tained : Absolute military unity, personal and
direct action from tbe leader who bears the Sword
of command, military service obligatory on all,
we ak whether Fance or Germany is now the
menacing party. Not more in 1870 than in 1792
has Prussia had need to guard against the attacks
of France. It is without doubt that the Prussian
Government seeks rather offensive facilities than
better lines of defense. One does not tee well,
in fact, how Germany would be better protected
because her frontier would be carried further for
ward. In case of invasion the country.occupied
would then be the territory annexed to Germany,
and the scene of action would simply be carried"
from one province into another; and what would
be the result of these Molent annexations of terri
tories which do not wish to cease being French?
Without speaking of the sentiment which is re
pugnant to every honest mind, of thus seeing
populations submit to a nationality contrary to
their aspirations and their past, it would tend to
perpetuate war. In fact, is it possible that the
feeling of France could ever be alienated from
countries which, having so nobly borne so many
misfortunes and so gloriously shed so much blood,
are nnited to her by bonds which cat.not be
broken. Tho turmoil which would arise from this
would agitate Europe, without the possibility of
hoping henceforth for one moment of repose. It
is clearly seen in the setting forth of such preten
sions, demanding such concessions. M. de Bis
marck is making for himself new wars which are
necessary to him in order to attain the end to
which a boundless ambition is hurrying him on.
What the German people want is, national unity
and political liberty ; liberal Franqe could not be
opposed to this It is a jnst cause, and we would
be repudiating our past policy if we were to op
pose it. Bat there is an abyss between these
aspirations and the doctrine evolved and applied
by M. de Bismarck. If we weigh the events
which have happened in Europe during tbe last
ten years, we must see that Prussia has herself
taken tbe course which she with so much in
justice attributes to as. It is not possible to
have a doubt in this respect after the reception
by M. de Bismarck if M. Jales Favre's noble
advances. If France fails, there is yet another
war menacing Europe, paralysing every flight of
thought, all civilization, all progress or the pros
perity of the people.
France not only straggles for the integrity of
ber soil, ber honor and her independence, but she
fights also to maintain the balance of power in
Europe. Receiye, Sir, etc
Jb the Minister and, by deputed authority, the
Minister Plenipotentiary, Director of tne
The English girls call I'rincejs Louise the
"opera-glass of fashion" now. because aiie intend
to make a Lorn-ette of herself.
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HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. WIDDIFIELD,
IVonld Call the Attention of
PLANTERS, MERCHANTS & MECHANICS
TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
TJtTPT.T. R-pTrcriT-PTI TT A 7? TIW A T?T! !
For the Wants of the 'Island Trade.
Merchants In Particular,
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE ME A CALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AS HAXY TIIIXGS WILL HE SOLD
IVTot Only at Cost,
BUT IN MANY INSTANCES,
GREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAKE ROOM'
FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT
gricultural and Other Implements,
Coming from tlie EaM.
The Usual Discount Made to the Trade!
SSf Orders from the other Islands respectfully
auncueu, promptly attenueu 10 ana niiea witn care.
No Connection with the Firm across the Way.
Per R. 0. Wylie.
19 TONS UKIGI1T FENCING WIItK,
j.hJ -'I'uu bundles best bnglisli Uoop iron, ass'd sues.
i-ire bricks, square and crcn ; ripe clay;
Fire clay ; 3 oak boats, fur coaster's use;
Black and white marble tiles ;
if) tons Liverpool salt; 20.000 roofing slates;
Manila rope, 200 coils. . 1 and 1 3 inch ;
100 pieces llussia ravens duck,
Scotch hemp canvas ; Casks sheet sine :
Eagle sail twine; .Munti yellow metal and nails ;
auu leei t men gairanizea iron pipes ; .
Bundles sheet iron, light;
West Hartley steam coal ;
Invoice of pa) er hangings, assorted ;
Bales corks ; Demijohns ; Market baskets;
Sugar boiler's thermometers ;
Iron tinued ranee pans and tea kettles ;
Invoice of English saddlery.
For Sale by
33-3mc II. IIACKFELD & CO.
THOS. C. THRUM'S
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER having purchased the interest
of Messrs. BLACK & AULD in the Stationery, News
and I'eriodical liusiness, will continue the same and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap, Legal-cap. Letter,
Note and Billet, ttod Harpers' Envelope,
Account-current and JJill Taper,
Clorb-lined, Vellum, White, Blue,
IlulT and Cnnnrv Enrelones.
iilacK, uopjing and writing, .ulct, lilue,.
Carmine anu brmpathetic Ink?, ren a and
Holders, Inkstands fc Pencils in variety,
iiles eap and letter sue. Letter Clips,
Taper Fasteners, Itubber. Erasers, Holers,
Pcnracks, Bed Tape, Ilulbw Band,
Sealing Wax, Notarial eals, Ac.
Illnulc IXooUk, IrdcrH, .lournalH,
Day, Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Log, Receipt and Note Bonks,
Penn's Letter Books, with ink.
Press Copying Books,
ur&iring raper, uiotung raper and uoards,
Bristol Boards, Water Colors, Dominoes,
Chess and Backgammon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, c.
To the above, with a large Supply of
AMERICAN & ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY MAIL
wilt shortly be expected, a full and complete ass't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tlio Qlxon3.zi.ti n g XiHsrary
Will contain Standard Works of Fiction, and
iew uooks will 6e added hy every bteamer.
J. r. cmitn s, IMCRcns', liulwer-, I Israeli s,
Eugene Sue's, Wilkie Collins', JIarrjatt'e,
Miss llraddon's, Mrs. Henry Wood's,
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, Miss Mulbach's.Thackaray's,
aixs, Orey's ictor Hugo s, T. fa. Arthur s,
Pierce Esgan's, and others are now on band.
Sf- BY THE NEXT STEAMER will be added
Antnony It Hope s, Amelia B. Edwards ,
Annie Thomas', Mrs. Oliphant's, Geo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Chas. Lever's, Miss Mullock's
Chas. Read's, and Mrs. Southworth's, together
witb all tne Latest duvets.
Engraving, Caligraphy, Stencil Cutting & Copying.
will still be attended to.
Thankful for past faTors, the advertiser hopes, by
strict attention to business and the wants of bis pat
rons, to meet with a continuance of the same.
j&8 All orders from the Country and the other
islands, promptly attended to, at tbe lowest rates.
Honolulu, Sept. 27tb, 1S70. 37-6 in
JUST RECEIVED !
R. C. WYLIE FROM BREMEN
jyj-ONKEY JACKETS, Blue Pilot Cloth
Heary Grey Woolen Pants,
Heary Woolen Drawers and Orershirts,
Iceland Jackets, Stockings and Socks,
Mittens and Comforters, for whalemen's nse.
Light Flannel Coats i. Sacks blaetr, bine, Ac,
Heavy Winter Coats, Alpaca Coats,
Cashmere Coats, Sacks and Pants, Vests,
Cravats, India Rubber Coats, Hickory Shirts,
Damask Table Covers, Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Blankets blue, scarlet, white, green and grey,
JLubtn'M Extracts;, Kau tie Cologne,
Barlaps, Linen Thread black and white,
Twist Sewing Silk, Cotton Thread,
Brown. Cotton Socks, White Cotton. Stockings,
White and Fancy Cotton Shirts,
Superior White Linen Bosom Shirts,
Browo.'White and Pink Cotton Cndersbirts,
Heary Merino Undershirts, Saddle Girths,
Mixed Cotton Socks, Playing Cards, Ac.
Large Assortment of Cutlery,
AN INVOICE OF STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS.
Stearine Can'dles assorted. Palm Oil,
Camphor, Wrapping Papert Gold Leaf,
Bath Brick, Water Monkeys.
A Large IbtoIcc or Crockery,
French Calf Ekint, French Chocolate.
.Loaf Sugar, Children's Willow Carriages,
Ultramarine iiiue, de.
For Sale by
29-3mfc H. HACKFELD A CO,
THEOD. C. HEUCK
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE,
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE
EXPEESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENGLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery.
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
ralnt and Oils,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts k pts Deetjen A Schrooder's Star brand,
Best French Clarets and Brandy,
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in cases and in bulk.
Sparkling; Iloclr, In qnarts and pints,
Port IVInc, HoiT'h Mult Extract
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of the best make and manufacture.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of the newest pattern, and nnsnrpassed in bril
liancy of tone,
Three Large Burglar and Fireproof Iron Safes,
A Variety of Other Articles,
TooNcmerous to Mention,
Suitable for. Town and Country Trade
r For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
O 23. Hand I
jyjcJIUURAY'S Fresh Oysters,
No. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Rope 1, 2, 1 and 3 inches,
Havana Cigars the best in tbe markjt,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil ; Century.! Forest, Rose Tobacco;
New Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ac, Ac,
For Sale Cheap,
at the Store of
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept. Hth, 1870. 35-tf
FALL TRADE 18TO
Best A I Hawaiian
I MESS BEEF,
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
3& The above Beef is packed by an experienced I
nf.l,.r r:, o.i. -j ...t.j I
. t -r t ' j t it t- v . r . i
Turk'a Island SaJL Th hmil T.fmrn ha I
given. For sale in quantities to suit by
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept. Hth, 1870. 3S-6m
MTHE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED
JiJL 17H- A. Widemaan, on Jndd Street. Apply I
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CASTLiE & COOKE,
Consisting in Part of
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Good Ore j and White all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting,
Thompson'! Glore-Fitting Cbrseta,
Amoikeag Denims, Jeans, Drills and
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sup'r ass't of Stationery,
Water Lined Note Paper,
White Ruled Note Paper,
White Rnled Laid Leaf, Letter and BUI Paper,
White, Cuff and Amber and Letter and Note
Payson's Indelible, and Carter's Copying Ink,
Artists x Uook-keepers' JMeiible Rulers,
Smith t Wesson's Pistols a Cartridges,
Hair Girths, Stirrups i Leathers,
Spanish Trees, Croupers and Bridles,
Oak Belting, Street Brooms,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Itnllnn PncUIns: Lace Leather,
Paints, Oils, &c.
. White Zinc A Lead, in 1, 2 a 25 lb containers
fans and Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Umber. Sienner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders of Putty,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Furnitnre Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Axe, Pick, Jie Ige, Adi, Hoe, Oo,
Hammer A Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks,
Crozers, Uowels, and Champering Unites,
Fore, Smooth, Jack & Jointers.
Cut Nails, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10. 12, 20, 30, 40, SO and
6UJ, Uoat Nails, 1, 1 J, 1 j a 2 inch.
Pressed Nails, 2 a 21 inch.
Cooper's Rirets, 4, 7 a 8 lbs,
Copper Rirets a Burs, i, ,
i a j inch, Gimp Tacks,
Iron a Copper Tacks of all sixes.
Best Rubber Hose, 1, M, H t 2 Inch,
Centrifugal,. Varnifh, Paint. White-Wash
and Scrub Brushes, Cor'd Tin Pails,
j,l,2,3.4,C,8, 10 a 12 quarts.
Covered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. T hinges, steels.
Hammers, uauges, squares, misels.
Angers, Sieyes. Lime Squeezers,
Yard Sticks, Bung StartersAxes,
Shovels. Spades, Oos, Lanterns,
Eaglo Horse, A and (J Ploirs and
Points, Paris Plows, extra heavy and strong,
Protox.de i of Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's White Pine Compound,
Pails, lubs, lirooms, htc, i;tc.
Downer's Kerosene OH,
From the Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
ALL TO II E SOLD LOW
Ex lolani from Boston.
IIf) BAItliKIiS PKIME I'OKK,
Xcw Ileilford C. It.AVIiale Boats, 3U feet,
Cnses Dumb Lances, Ko. 1 and S,
New Hcilfonl Wlinlc Line,
Lances, Toggle Irons, Heavy Sen Boots,
One Taber'a Caboose, complete,
200 Barrels Now Oil Casks I
For sale by
II. HACKFELD A CO.
Pro Bono Publico !"
S. GRINBAUM & CO;,.
Havo on DSftzxd
AND IN TRANSIT,
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
XIsc Largest mid
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
OJT TIIK HAWAIIAN GROUP,
Consisting in Part of, viz the Celebrated
Scotch" Tweed Suit! I
Cashmere, Cloth 6c Drill Garments,
in all varieties,
Complete Black Dress and Walking Suits,
liojs UtntB Linen Cashmere
and Cloth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DAVIES 4 CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Daries A Jones, in all grades.
OvcrhIrt! OTcralilrts! OTcrsIsIrtaf
in Grey Flannel, Diagonal,
Printed and Crimean.
ALL OF THESE GOODS
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES!
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! . . Hosiery !
For Gents', Ladies and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
Yankee Notions !
Boots and Shoes,
DIBECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS.
At Ibe rery lowest possible Price
By the original package.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
H AVISO OPENED A FHOTOGRAPIIIC
OALLRBT pearly epposltemy former lUnJ on Fort
t" - " - .iL.MBr ''T epposltemy foraiersUnJ on Fort
sireeiy i soau oe nioai nappy to see my old patrons and
moat happy to see my old patrons and
firat-clasa Pictnrea. aad aball trv ttv afc.
mu,i, .iw uu unituu ricinres, ana snail try. nv at
. t ... .t - . ... r , . ,. . J 1
lention to tho tastes of tor customers- tn merit iS.Jr natmn.
aae. Abo tor aale, Pbotoarapbs of caltbrated peraonagea,
views, kz. nctures of all kinds taken on tbe most reasona
ble terms. II. h. CHASE.
P. 8. FbotocTapbe or tbe Carandlnt Troupe for sale at my
H. U CHASE.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
WAIMKA TASSKKT, C. XOTLET, Vtov't
A. a,:CLB8S0UI, Agent.
H. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
40S Front Street, corner of Clay, San Francisco
Tie Australian Steam Navigation Co's
Patent Slip & Engineering Works,
SYDJfEY, JT. S. IV.
sPx3. AH cliwosef EnpDtrtag Work, Iron
5iLkiiishiD-buidior and rvneral fbfn'f rrrafrs,
I&rcMt tonnage cad b Usen np.
LEAEMONTH, DICKINSON & Co.,
STDIEY, Jf. S. W.,
General Commission Agents,
Will attend to tbe le of Sandwich Iiland Produce, and
arrange for adrances on same.
r 11- T nnWV llnnntnti.
Riria to.. . uVprinr.ANK nf.Afii'ici.'" Kaii rnnclara
b. b. ramus, b. . suciui!, c . xoaaix.
WILLIAMS. BLANCHARD & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
lj7) So. 35 California Street, San FrandMO. 30
1. c. xraaiu.
M'CEAKEIT, MERRILL & CO.,
Ilarlnc txen enesceJ In oar present Lnatneti for npvanlt
dine, we nre preptunl to receirr mnddIposetf Iiland Stxplra,
inrhuSanr. Siron. Rice. Pn la. Coffee, etc.. to ajrantaco,
ortweiTe-Tfftra. ana Deintt locaiea in tire-proof urirs unua-
ConifgnBienU tflpecUll solicited lor tbe Oregon Market, t
wblcli personal attention win ue pua, ana upon woicn cuo
aurancrs win oe luaao wuea reiuireu.
Cbarlee V Brooks .....Sin Franc bco
J C Merrill Uo,
Wm T Coleman a Co
Stevens, Baker a Co.,
Alien a Lewis
Leonard a Green
E. M. VAT REED,
Hit I list the bst fiicilitiH throueh an Intimate connection
with the Japanese trade for the put clpckt jeara, la prcpartM
to trauaact any butineas entrusted to hli care, with dij patch.
LANQIEY, CEOWELL & CO.,
32 Cor. Battery & Clay Sts, San Francisco. 6m
PATRONIZED BY ALU THE WORLD.
RIMMEL'S IIILAXG-IULANO, VANDA, HE'S
sa. Jockey Club. Frangipane, and other per
fumes of exquisite fragrance.
infiFTi! t - - i.. nr... .i:.:n.i r t :
Rimmel'. Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for its useful
and sanitary properties.
Kimniera hi tract of Ltme Juice and Glycerine, tho
best preparation for the hair, especially in warm cli
mates. Rimmel's Dugong Oil Soap, perfumed with Austra
Pummels Glycerine, Honey, Windsor and other
Toilet Soaps. ,
llimmel s Kose Vi ater, Costnme and itoral Crack
ers. Tery amusing for balls and parties.
ltiinmcl s V lolet. Rose-leaf, nice, and other Xouet
A liberal allowance to shippers.
rerfumrr to II It II the PrloceM of Wain, 08, Slmnd,
12S, Rrgeot Strret, and 24. Cornblll. Linloo;
17, ItrioleTiird ill Itallcns, Paris, and 76, King's
& Sold by all Perfumery Vendors. 37ly6
Improvement is the Order of tho Day.
HAVING CONSTRUCTED A NEW SKYLIGHT,
and made various other improvements, I hope
I now to be able to suit the most fastidious with
A lMiotf;raiii ol liny Size,
I From a Crystal to a Mammoth, taken in the Best
Style of Art, and on tho most reasonable terms.
Also, for sale, views of the Islands, Portraits o;
the Kings, Queens, and other Notables.
II. L. CHASE,
32-1y Fort Street.
C. W. QREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Leleo, Manufacturers and Dealers
In all kinds of Soap. Beef, Mutton, and Goat
Office, 30 Fort Sect, where orders will be received
and promptly attended to. 3(J
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
Office on James Robinson & Co's Wharf,
ConMoaesMho tuulnesi on his old plan of settling wtt
officers aod seanivn Immediately on tbeir shinnlnE at hid
-office. Ilavinir no direct or Indirect connte. -ithanvont.
fitting etUbllihment, and allowing no debts u St collected
in old omce, ne nopes togtve u good satisfaction .n tbe fu
ture as he has In tbe past. 1-Jm
Corner at Hotel ami Fort Streets.
THE CHOICEST AND BEST OF ALES, WINES
and Spiilts always to be found at the Bar. 22-ly
No. S Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home,
IX ALL ITS ItRAXCIIES,
TAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND at variety
MM. of HOMKOIADK FURNITUKK, wbicb ba offers for-
aale AT IllE LOWEST MARKET rRWEi, consisting o(
BEST BLACK WALKUT PARLOR iTTHNIXURE,
SDrloz-Bk Kur Chain. LooneH anil MattrmM.
Hair slid Sprint; Jlattrimei, Window b.ule and Slfp
Olil I-'tirnllttrc KeUplsoItercfI,
Bepalred and Tarnbbed, with uttsbctlon warranted.
f Call and examine my stock before purchasing else-
43-Tenns Reasonable. All orders from Ship-masters and
tbe other Island, will be promptly attended to. My
Per H. O. Wylie,
ENGLISH PKINTS--FaBcir, Purple as
French prints, fancy ; Fancy muslins ;
Victoria lawns ; Mosquito netting ;
Superior black euburgs ;
French merino and crape; Ticking;
White shirting and long cloth ;
Brown and blue cotton drills, heavy ;
Brown and blue cottons; Hickory stripes;
Blue twilled Saxcny flannels ; . -
Imperial linens, issorted ;
White linen handkerchiefs ; . i , t
Turkey red and yellow handkerchiefs
White jaconet. handkerchiefs;
Fancy cotton haudkercbiefe J ,
Black silk elastic ; Dress goods ;
Plain and figured black silk ;
White linen and ribbed drill;
Fine white linen dock ; Black lining silk ;
Black hair cloth for tailor' nse ;
Blue twill ; Blue pique ; Cashmere ;
Veil barege, assorted colon.
For. Sale by
39-3aie H. HACKFELD t CO.
KIO. 1 ts. COOLIR RICK alnaye em ha Hat
Is aad far sale by '
THE NEW EKWJM MTIMl
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OltOASUKD IX 1843.
Cash Assets, Janaarr 1, 1S70-
Gross Income for 18((K
Diridcnds for 1S69.
Premiums collected from 1S43 to IS 53. 411,(r93lJ4
Losses paid from 1S43 to 1363 33tt
READ WHAT CTHERS SAY OT US.
From the "Spectator " ofXewTork City v ax
tract as follows: ' The 'ew England Mutual staadj
forth aa a fitting type of what a company should ot
in regard to its method of bnsiness. Seeking rather t
establish a repntatttm for stability and roondsaas,
than to present norel and promising, bnt untried and
nnapprored features in underwriting; conducting all
the company's atfaira with the strictest economy and
adopting only tbose-measurea prored by experience to
be the wisest, the directors of the company hare suc
ceeded in establishing for it a reputation for reliability
second to no other similar organisation in the country.
Yet. great as is. the degree of caution manifested in
the adoption of erery sew measure, the company is
conducted In a manner fully Is unison witb the pro
gressive spirit of the age. A regards its dealings
with policy holders, few companies are more libera)
" The business of tbe New England Mctnal is con
ducted in the inoit economicl and able manner; Us
terms are liberal and just; its success bas been uni
form and extended and its ytrfttrrliahilUy-m offy
the natural consequences attendant npon the posses
sion of such features, and which should be the great
desideratum with an insurance company, are im ae
For further particulars please call npon
CASTLE 4 COOKE,
J9-3n.o Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF A'-Eir YORK.
Cash Assets, over.. -$36,000,000!
Cash DiTidcHtls in 1S6S,.... $3,257,137.26.
The Largest Life Insurance Company
nr THE WOULD I
Premiums ranst bo lnld Keml-AB.
11 nil I ly or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
14-ljS Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
IMPERIAL FIRE LN'SURAXCE COMPAXT
Of Londoti.-Iristitated I80X
CASn CAPITAL, 98,000,000 In QDL.D.
THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to Imm poilcfeoa
Fire Risks (with or without tbe Ua-e) ea
Plantation Boildlnrt and MscMncrr. Private DwvlMoca.
Brick. Stone and Woultn Store. JlrrchasdlML Coal. Lam-
bcr, Sblpa In. Port, c. va the nut favwrable terms.
43- All Losses Adjusted and Paid far htre.
For particular apply at the ode of
nsLnj.a a am.E.i,
ly .lcents lor tli- IlavaKaa I.lfnd.
.nuitCM a:x.n' .uirniAi
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of Saxs Francisco.
THE CNDEHSIG.1KD baring teen ap
pointed agent for the atMTe Compear, are prepared
lo tutu roiiciee on targocs, J relcrtte and in
ure. WALKill a ALLEN,
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
ri'IIK UXDKHSIOXKD liaelna; been ap-
JL pointed Agents r the fcan fraasUco ISoanl of Cadr
writers, comprising tbe
California Insurance Company,
Merrlianta Mutual Martnr Ins. Co.,
Pacific Iluuraiice Company,
California I,loyilt and
Home Mutual Insurance CvSnpany.
BK leave to luforai Uuun of Trawls aa tbe peMIc ;ra
rally, tbat atl loam of Tmli and Cargvn, lorirrj bj ailbw
of tbe above Companies, against perils of the aeae aad
other Hike, at or near tbe Sandwich XslaixU will base te
be verified by them.
I-3m II. IIACKTELD 1 Ca .
THE U.'DKIIS1G.KD, AGENTS OP THE
above Company, bare Un authorised to -Mere risks
on Csrgo, FrelRItt and Treaaure, from Uoadola
to all ports of the world, andtlce versa.
II. HACCrCLD k CO.
THE UXUEIISIGXED, AOEXTS of tba
alwve Company, have been aatbarUeil to Ivsrt risks
on Cargo, Freight and Treaaure, br Coasters,
from Honolulu to all ports of lb Hawaiian Groap. and vice
8-I IL lUCKfELD I CO.
F1EE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDEttSIONED having been ap
poirted Agent of the above Company, are prvparvd
to Iniate risks against Fire, on Stone ae4 Brick Oullil
Ingu, acd on MercIianUlae storvl tbrrrle. aa the
must favorable term, for particular apply at tbe care oi
M T. A. SCUAKrElt CC.
THE AOKNT FOR TUB BRITISH For
eign Marine Insurance Cootnanv TJmlt.. ,
ceivtd instructions to rrMoco tbe rate ot Inaerance
uonoiuiu arxt forte la Ite Farlne; and U bow pre.
pared to Issue Policies -at tbe Limit Eattt, with a special
reduction on Freight per Steamers.
TIIEO. II. DATIfS.
SUGAR & MOLASSES
IIILO, H. J.
Sugar and Molasses,
CROP NOW COMING IN, and for lalo
In quantities to suit pBrebasert. by
l-3m WALKEK A ALLEN. AgenU.
Snsar aad .Molasses-Crop 1870
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
l-1m ; WALKER A ALLEN. Agenta.
Sapar and 3foIasntns Crop 1870
COMINO IN. FOP. SALE IN QUANTITIES
to spit purchasers, by
l-3g WALKER A ALLEN. ArenU.
IVcir Crop of Kajcar Sc Molaaarsi
NOW COMINO IN. AND FOR SALE IN Qt'AN
tities to suit purchasers by
C. BREWER A CO., A rents.
TEW CROP NOW COMINll IN. FOR SALE
V In quantities to suit porehasers. by
1-3 n C. BREWBR.A CO., A rents.
SUGAR of SUPERIOR QUALITY,
TN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
X and at Reasonable Prices, for sale by
F. A. SCHAJ5FER A CO
Sugar Plantation for Ee !
tit HoHoIpu, MssM-iet 4 Xastaht,
AT a reasonable pricesaswat tenets, Kifty
acres under cine "withmore led around it St taz
zrpwln;,with Xill. Cattle, Carle?orghnm.paa. and.
every requisit is carry on growing and grinding
eanr. The -Mill is drives by horte-power. tor par
ticulars apply to 0. ChrUUnsen, "Hrmoipu, sr la
JOIir iMUJl.V WATBKUOUSE.
ilW e.Beak 8TMl.liCafc Ilariis
tar fit Vy
rtAUum a A&UMf.Aieats.
- StHXM A CO.