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GAZETTE,
rcEusnrD
Every "Wednesaay Morning,
AT 57X DOLLARS PER AXXT3L
-,- I rrw SeibocrtBrre, SS-OO la SIO.OO.
Omrs Ob Qaecn -Strwt, in the -old
Cation Hove Bnikiiiwr, HoDolola, IL Z
BOOK AND eTOB
AT
a.T
PRINTING ISTAlLISHjQJCT,
THIS OJTrfcE 13 SOW rXEPAJWD
TO EXBOUTE ALL. ORDERS
For Plain and Faocj Printiaf
OF SYSIT DBrKTwTtlOJr.
WITH NEATNESS A DJSPATCU
um Ttsacta; trShea, ta bo aa koiica nu.nii i.lra
aautw aacetw eaai uwt
YOL. 1I-lSr0. 3.,
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, FEBEUAEY 1, 1871.
1S6.00 PER YEAPi.
HAWAIIAN
3 r?
I
BlSIXES NOTICES.
J- a. viuii.
s. c ion.
YV A I.I vETT. Jfc ALLUA,
Skipping and Commission Hrrchanls,
IM, Beaetale, H. I.
Agrrti tcr lie BavaUia Parks t list.
Srvvas tlawtatjoa,
MWba ruatalksa.
Saa Treacasca,
ll rmuci.
A.. IV. PElhCE Jt CO.,
tteaamors H& J-XsEaitae CaJ
f iip ChiT.'Ifi Aid Geaera! Coitsen Kmhiia-
list Una 4tr4te-rwena fast Werka.
I: ssaSaaa. SUwaAWa liinin. jive
E. P. ADAMS,
t AcKMseer and Cor.Tr.imioa erehaiit.
C. r. AICIIOUS. 31. !.,
Hcmropaiiir raysirliTi,
CWm Tan a. Marwaaae streets. AtOtacabreoooe after S
aa . rd . ste.w. Miiiais,sBeretaataSt. ftoa
JOII.A . JlcGUGH . 31. I.,
( Late Cm ma c. S. Mi )
Caa aa saalla as aa, isieiate la HaH St- betwvrn AU
aeafaaata . iuix
ItUmMIKEYS fc BROm,
ECTeETTES AST) "WHOLESALE DEALERS
la Wkm. tm AH Ma, -. Ac . XtRbul Stmt
BmAM 15-ljS
a. r. JIIUD,
irrasxrr asd ctitxsellob at law.
0-. V 3 ran 5trrr. Heaatara. Ay"
THUS, c. TiiKim-s
Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot
and Circulating Librrtry,
Alee Sleatw CnUu e-
Omtea; joataftlj caeoused ea
41-ljT
A. C.VJ1PBUI4L.
AtorcliAXit Tailor,
HAAHtttlAMJ iTRLkX
1 OftiifalCa.,saialt. Beetehara. lac
1IU KICIIAItISO.-.
IXPOEITS A2TD DEALER IX BOOTS. SHOES
T Casrfclaj. Tat at at. i, tsauin. Fertaaserr, As. corner
aT rt aot M Stmtv ttaaolal-
Am. Ajr' W iw seaaraOaa S Oa Mat man!,
aae at .assets aiali4.
muiiat asaotsm jaai la tae sjasssuatet hook u tts
A. C KCrFUJI. 31. I..
POST PHTSIOAS. ASS STOGEOS.
pgki Ma uliiri fir SkSaai'c Bxli, Htui Sttwt,
kaai sMrf SaaMftnc
HwksalMirtlaatrfArdfiuDMakM, TVffcnTj,
Sum IU HK BnMkM. CbakN MM IV-i, Cakcai,
Mrta.c c waic b -tt. caop. fcr rata. p-lj8
JH H. PATY,
3otX7 faMic &s Costsiiaieaer ef Scads
DEL.1LOGIIA3I Jc CO.,
IXPOETEES ASS SEALEES 15 HARSWAEE,
caaaJ. No J. Kit Sr. Hll
It. IUCKFGLD V CO.,
GESEEiL C0X1SSI0X AGENTS.
- Baxa ?rw. Hjaalala. H I Pj
ZD. HOFFSCHLaEGER & CO..
ggflSTT? AXD COXXISSI05 XEECEAJTIS,
Biaaia. Qa. H I flr
XIIEOI. C. IIEL'CK,
rrresiEE axs ooitjiissios xxeceast.
Hi iilala. Ma H. L Pj
r. a. sculvfi:k co.,
COXHBSIOK JEECHAiTS.
' Hala. H I.
c a. uvea. 3. c. mcxiox
LB1VERS DICKSO.V,
rrresTESs ass seaixss ur ltcses,
Aaal:baatf a:Umf ciiU. Tact irtt, BreeicSs.
3- ly
AXLEK & CHaXLLSGWOETH.
KAWAIIIAE, HAWAII,
VI Liiiani tCiiiirW l!rtiihi mdhtjTii: Unlofn
at A av hi lkri frd to faraiib tha
Jaa9 nliamit Kin&a ntaVaM. aa4 MKi caber S
ara at nfriil a T iluai.a. at ta a&arteat aaclec
ul a aha mtt wn-iaiaii Krso. IWawgod a!aji ea
immL -IrS
JOIl X. WATKKHOCSE,
X3CI4ETEE ASS titat.tr Ef GE5EEAL
2CESCEAXDISE,
I CmSaat.ltank.lll Vyt
W. I GKEES,
C'LST cerxissios agxst ass esoexe,
Saata fi frtTmtttji no Caeea iU EcaxtaSa. B.
tr p.Tt
3XcCOt.GAi .V JOIUSO.
MERCHANT TAILORS,
tart MaaJala. ara T. C. HctxrVt.
C C AVILL1A.1IS,
JLLSZTACTCSEE, DCFOSIXE ASS S7,T.TTR
Jm fanaaaia af t itj i n TarattsraVubucaicB
lafai. aMi,fcwKiaerv6cry. Wert
iW t tW aid aui a Boaal ftrrac Bear Teat.
ar r
tW arirliiiiaeaHraHeaaXHa.
V. BEWETT,
BOOT ASS SHOE SAEZB,
Kay Sarwa. aai t tW ZtAtL Boaataia.
XII HO. XL. DATICS,
;l an Juaax. tun A Oa
TYPorrxa ad csjoossios ssxchast.
Uea aa ta liverruii eaaerntteri.
avAMl al Iretca Xariae lasaracca Casf3J, aad
JTwaiua I war, m i Oeejaay. 3-lr4
HV?IA BIIOXIIKKS,
XXKSXESS ASS WHOLESALE SEAIX3S
la riiiaanati CaatMac. HaU. Caa, Eacaa, Sxix.aaa
. if caT Gaafhaaea'a Taraic Gda. SaavH
TaaWara. arataaairnc finiciata jjO-ljI
X L. XOUIIEKX.
?.t.its rs xrrEES ass etezt exss'of
STXLSISe 3CATEEIAI.
11 6TTO Orcag Qja aaUt agaeta. !;
X- I.AK.SSOS,
.or.
Da( SrneC. Baaatata. next A Hair Drragar
rT i. IotIKmm wiw mJ t.TMtl.
8lmiaS0arp iera. Ai Sac
31. BCVFIELD,
"tTAtKJS ASS CASSIAGE S7HSE2,
S K.1"C Straat, noMtpIo.
Am. .itV . ... .-.1 Mat.
IW ..tiLMrr Sraaaa rinaHras
Oran ftw aW afc Ifctaa ygeartiT racgSeA.
GCOKCE K1IXIAMS,
IICESSZD SHTPPrSG AGEXT,
OSm e Jax S.-iVrtr-i ct Cc'a Hisai.
Cintiun ataUta eg etl pUa cf aeOUrs at
aSan 3l iimi a taartale) ea tkar atltrjfTj: a: Jl
tgJT rVpti'. uAkSsviac aaat&tiw VcsCectrcl
ia aataSca. teaaraAacin aa rA aacsSxttaa afttfti-
asav Nataaaaara
Ua
erwia .xe:vr.v
G20CE2 A YD SHIP CEAXBLXX,
Laxtatwt, SuL
XaaeyastSanSt bzxbAad ta Ca ea tbaaat (anc
1, !Ar Una. Pi
aaarrs l
Oat, i TVataa. 1
6nuvATt
II iraal rlee sates aste. Qieati.ljraaa
UUSIiN'ESS NOTICES.
uou.r.s t co..
SUp .Chmailct aad Csncitsica Alerthtr.tt.
IaipxHn and Dralm la Oeaeral Xertkaaflje, Qaeea Street,
Itcooldc, DlaaOaa ItUatls.
7- Amu ta UM KaariiVaVal, Slocxalca, and EaAatka
Salt Wrrta. " Vr
ALFRED SOGER,
Teacaer es ths Fixso Tcrta aad Siagisg.
M3- Mak (arable at Fnnla Bslb, etc All Uw label
MatlcraraUM.
Order, leA at Sr. T. 0. Ttrra't, Vrrcjumt rtreet, or at
U rraJrace of Jlr. Siarer. lt AW abor, Hr. AMrrtrj",
Nauaa Arraae. retmpUr attradecl to. & Zsac
R. WIIXX3IAA
IIai Oreaed a Kea SruUh&aest.
aad am flit Lil atteatioa ta
Carriage Trcsriiiie, Sxidle .asd. Harztis KiVfcg,
aad Etpiirisg ia all its Brsae&es-
ETarr Jeacnptiia cf ArtH raeaecteJ lth tbe Bai&n
ncrttaatl; aa haa at
3Iodertr -Prlrta. CIItt Illm a Trial.
rrt etreet, aeat doer to GorrrnaeatBaiUifcra. V Coc
H0N0L1TL1T TROTS WORKS CO.
STEAM EXCnrKS Snsr.r Wills
Bollera, Oaalers,Iroa,Braaf aad LradCi&ai.
Machinery of Every Description,
S- Made to Order. -
Particular atteaUoa paid to Ship's WseVtrdtaiag.
ai- JOB T0CK iirrated n tke ,Vrte apttra. (U-ljti
J. S. U1CKNU.,
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
.o. 94 King Street,
pitarlr ctr,aile Aleaen. IaKtafaao Co.
Gralaiac. MArbKag. CmKHec. OOvotainfar. rarer
jfrTThiaa rja r.. Ae.. Atw exercted re tbe sharteet narlrr,
cOra&aaeataeractft rraaHe terata. Sfrca
W3I. x:avco3ixi,
DEXTIST-
IS 0ee, C:r. Pert & Hotel Streets.
X. C CH ALLAH Kl K. A. SLrXE.
CXTAX.IV3IEX. CO.,
DfPOBTEES ASS DEALERS Uf 'WISES,
SrarHe. Alee. At, Xo. A, OQABaStreet,enoateMrrrltaat
Street, lleaolala.
A. S. CLEGUOKV,
WHOLESALE ASS BETAH, BEALES IS
GESEEAL XESCHASSISE,
nre-procf Stare, etiraer of Qaeeo aad Kaahaetaaa Streets.
Eetaa CeuMbbaenU. aa Xasasn Street, aad so tba ooratr
at Fart aad Haul StrraU. l-lj6
linaix rxtx. a. a. r. caatxx
C. XI REAVER A. CO..
SHIPPHTG ASS
COlOnSSIOH" MEECHAlfTS,
uoxoLrur, a. i.
AGE.VXS Of Uie AloUn and llanotnloj Packet
Um.
AUEVTS For the Jlalcre, tVallukn and liana
Plantatlona.
ACCVTS For the Purchase and Sale of Ialaud
Prodncc 5-X.rt
a. r. ehltsa. A. jaecek.
II. X. KIILKKS A: CO..
DEALERS IS SET GOODS ASS GESEEAL
XEECEASBISE,
nrTrcefStrecorrtSUlOddreanlL IT-lj6
X. A. SCHAEFER,
A C.EXT for the BftELMEX BOARD of
JTJL nSPEBWEITEKS.
Areat fcr tae Ireadeo B,mrd of Caderariterr,
Aceat fee tike Tieana Board of Underwriter.
tlj
C. S. BARTOW,
AUCTIONEER,
Salesrocci e& Qaeea Street, oae door freee Eaahanaaa
Jt-ll
31. S. GRUVBAU3I A CO.,
1SP0STESS ASS WHOLESALE SEALERS
Ia ruafauide CUtalec UtLv Care, BoaU, Shora and
ervrj Tmriet af Qeatleiacn'c apratr raraw&rnr Goods.
Sura la Malm's Karx, Qneea Street, Uasatclc, U. Z.
W-l flyts
AI'O.AG A AClIlTCIi:.
InperUrti "PTtolritJe aad Sttail Sealers ia
General Xertaaadue,
Aad Codes Goods, ia tenre-prcof Store caoaaai Street,
aaertwraMirnsll.
D. H. EUCHCOCE,
SOTARY IX;iIX.XC,
nop. Hsaa.
fir
3f. X. D03SEIX.
CAELSET vTTT ASS UPHOLSTERER
K!s Sfieet, necotsla. eppwfte Xeeis" CoorerSiep. MU1
41 lij and sell arcscd-asad Fcraircre. PjI
JA3IES L. XJEVIS,
COOPER AND GATJGER,
At tie Old Staad, eoraer Eiag aad Ee'itl Streets.
A larre Stock, of Oil Shoots sad aUkiads ofCoarariar
Mstsnslt csmstsBtlr bssd. Bs nvpM 07 attectM U
bsssaess U nerit a ccadacanca of the pstraeace vbtcfc be
bss bentolure eoroi, aad tx whid: be sxnr retcras bis
tbsaks. . 1-Jas
J. II. XII03IPS034,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Qaeea Street, Hoaolala,
Bss cecftaatl; en band sad fjr ssle at the Loves! Msrket f
rrsres. a cooa asseruaeat 01 tae tiai senaea ssr sron. saa
the Beet ElsrlKliU's OosA SS-1
1 XI. A G. S EG ELKEXi
US, 2JSC ASD COPPER SMITHS, USTD
SHEET LROS W0RZER3,
Scaxaa Street, scttreea XerchAat aad Qzeea.
Bare cnastsatt; oa Ksad, Storrs, Pipe. Gslrsalred
Iroa Pipe. Plsia aad Bore BOibaSsor-eocks. lodis
Bather Oose Utt 3-rJT. ia teartasof IS and)
itrel,withroarAitxsad T-iMC0esi4rte. Batb-T&bs.
aadalsoaverr Isxcestochof Ilavare of erefr de
p.i 'i um.
Partsralsr sttrstirst rirea to ahip-tTork. Orders frsca the
saber IsUads wai be nrefs&T utnded to.
Thsaxfal to thr CUiseas of Brooiala aad the Islsnds
rrnera&r for their libefal pstroase iathepsst, -aebapeby
strict srintVai to besiaess to sent the saae fir the future.
g-1 Dj
Carriage and Sign Painting.
.rr-e THE CSTDKItSIGSED fcariarjj.
SSrSrTacBrra sue seencea M a rxcapexeTav
n 'atckaaa. u aow revasrsd ta execatc v
aa orders ia thaBseaf CABXIAGB aad EIGX PAlXn.tG.
as- Ia a Yasser to TS"arnt SaMsfaerlaa. "S
3Mca TS Bag Srrrer, Bussolara.
R. RTCROFT.
HOUSE ASS SKIP PLUKEES,
Ela Ssrtct, aezt to the Seaaua's BetaeL
Bu 00 band. Bath-Tabs. WasrCkets. Wash-Bssias,
Tore aad lis Pea, Lead asd GxlracrrM Iroa Pipes,
aad Praarers Braav-worka. BeiEatheel7 rtamberialae
city, be vffi execate all orders estrcsted to bla ia a work.
gsaaliae soaaaer. ri-Csa
J. NOTT CO.,
I'X'aactLccal Srazlers,
CHOPPER & TIX SXITHS, Bate eTerydr-
scrip ti on cf work ia ieir line, nted oa Plaata
tisss or elsewhere: They also keep oa hard a fall
asxerteeatef
Sheet Copper, Sheet Tin,
Sheet Lead. Sheet area.
Iron Wire. Copper Wire.
Soft t Brass SoUer, Pail Ears,
Preased Bccket Carers,
Slack aad Ttssed Rirets,
Copper Riret,.ete.
Also ea haaa, a few- more of
THOSE fiPLEJBK) CeeKBrS ST0TSB,
Becerrad by the 'Erreo,"
"Cettea Plant" aid ".fray Jaekets." tojtetaer
wilh a rariety of yraaaed nare. asd euay articiea
xsefd ia the KUchea. , J& Work oa Bail din r,
saeh as ratters, rposU, watrr-flprs. Ac. Ehrp-wcrk
will sect vita prance atteatiaaat So. 9 Ki I'lTi-aitiw
Stree. 15-lya
FOUEIGN NOTICES.
H. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
3XERCXIA;XS.
05 Treat Street, carctr ef Claj, Saa Traaelsco
si ijt
The Australian Steam SarlalieH Ce's
Patent Slip & Engineering Works,
STDXSY, x. s. tr.
All dsiaes cf Earlaerrlaft Wort, Iroa lt
niiifrl fcv'r"'r aad raaersl sale's rerairs,9Ht:
tiKtirJ cbeaptj' aad eiritwalr. ai- Tesarls of Ut
lsrrrst toaasrs caa la tsAra an.
2H- ratn. B. JSOCTOS, Msatrer.
LEABMONTH, DICKINSON & Co.,
stdssy, v. s. vr..
General Commission Agents,
TTQl si: end ta tbe- sale if Saadtrha Islsad Frodocr, aad
arraare x adraares cat saae.
axrsxn..
f W. X. GtEEX Heaolala
MACTABUNE. ELAIK A Co...Sn TrsorlKO
2S
- x. a. vausxs, a. r. rinrana, c a. tmcss.
VnUJAMS, BLAKCHAED & CO.,
SHTPPISG ASD COIOaSSIOS HERCEASTS,
IjT) Sn as CsHfcnis Street, Saa IrsariKO. (SO
et a"ru trT, -'. c xixxru.
furtlsiid. S. T. CsL
1TCEAKEK, MEEEHL 5: CO.,
FORWARD IKG ASD
COHIfflSSIONMEECHANTS,
Portland, Oregon.
HsTinc been enrsred la oar jreent tastces tsr nr'srsrd,
ef ttrshe jears, aad beiae locstrd ia a rire-proofErirk Baild
di&. e are prerared t receiie sadJLwMf Islsad Suples,
saraasScrsr.SrrBra.Rke.Poln, OnSee, etc, t adrsatsrr.
Osslrameats eerecisllT tolirtted lor tae Orecaa Market, to
wbkli perMosl atteatloa vul be rsld, aad vpan wLicii cash
sirsacca a HI be rr.sde trtea repaired.
airimtcis
Cfesrlr TC Brook Saa Iraacisco
J C Merrfll s Co
Fred Ikea "
Bsdrrrt UaaValerrer .- "
Jssies Patrick Co. "
WmTCaJeriaasCa "
Stertas. Bsker a Co .... "
Aen a Letri, Fortlsad
LadAaTittae.: J.
LeoasrdsGreee l-lj
X:. 31. TAX BEED,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
lCnmgraT Japan.
lITtn tie Vrtt lAcfiititrs throcl. An lEtixut coQ&etioa
with th Japan trade lor tht pat ixht ;ear. I prfjTi
to transact anr Loia c&trste4 to bu carr, villa tir7Uiu
t IT- Ir6
LANGLEY. CBOWELL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEUGGISTS,
Ccr. Battsry & Clar Su, Saa Fraaciseo.
RIM ft1 EL'S
CHOICE
'Wit
PERFUMERY
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
RIMMEL'S IHLASG-IHLASG. VAXDA. HEX
na. Jocke; Clab, Fracripane, aad other per
fames ef exqaisite frarratce.
KLMMEL'S LaTtsdar Water, dUtilled frost Hit
chaa Sower!.
RtEceJ's ToSet Ticerar, celebrated for iU ciefal
and sanitarr J rof-ertir?.
Kimcel's Extract of Lime Joict aad Gljcerire. tae
bet cref aratien for tae fcsir, especially to varm cli
cstej. RissteeV; Dsgeog OH Soap, perfaioed with Aujtrs
ltan EccslTptai. .
Rimrret'i Gljccrtce, Hocey, Tfindsor aad other
Toilet Saaa;.
Rixmel l Rose Wster, Cestame aad Floral CracK
er?. rery arnatis far balls ani parties.
Rkamel'i Violet, Rose-leaf, Rice, acd other Toilet
Pavders.
A liberal Alleasxce ta shippers.
ECGEXE RIM MEL,
Ferftcter to H K H tbe Priams of Wales, &S. Strsad,
ItS. Bexeat Street, sad r4. CccablR. LuoeVn ;
17. rolerrd cs Iulsc&s, Fsris, aad TC, Kiars
Bosd Brlrhtoa.
Z m Sold br aH rexiaaBf re Teadars. ST-1t4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
THAT THE
MARINE RAILROAD
Taliiti,
Im asrrtlu pat la 'Working: Order.
This Railway is capable of taking
cp Vesseli Beasoricr op to ii roetres (US ft.
abup of kreJ.
The draft cf water forward molt cot exceed I ce
tres 30 cestitaetres (7 ft. sbt.), the draft afl calca
laied at the maxunno increase cf 6 ceotisetxes (i
icehes) for each metre of fceej.
The cbarrrs for taking- trp a resret. and staying the
saae opes the Railroad, regain the same as axed
per Una of 15th Dec., Hit :
reuasr.
cimrsc a&TT
Vessel rader 1 tons SOL J16 CO
Vessel from 101 to Mflt'nt.lM 21 00
Vessel from 101 to 360 ISO S M
Vessel from .'01 to 4 CO HO 45 CO
Aad besides for each ton 1 10
4:
40f. SS 00
CO 12 00
99 IS 00
120 2( 00
2ie- 5
MAUNAKEA MARKET!
Vo. Jl Hotel Street.
J5jf ROBERT LETT begs to ln-,l5
IrTTV tan IkmMiC tbst be bss epeaol ' t itf
torc cxarkrt aad last be bad queued lbs serrkes of
jBl. IPirTSt Class 3Saxtf! oxr.
Be tresis that by kOier W1I7 tis BEST CATTLE, aad
pariar exsrj atteatioa to the basioesa, ta merit a share of
the pcMsc rarroasre.
Eeef t Pcik Saaxsges. 3cIo5aj t'Bloid Fsdiiags
AUde to Order
as- TEEMS-CttEAP FOB CASH. A14mc
Xa. i alerchaat Street, opposite the Sa&x's Bcrae,
GENERAL UPHOLSTERER,
.V ALL ITS SRASCHES,
HAS COSSTA5TLT OS IIAXD a Tmrlety
cf HOME-MACE ILK-MltHE. which bo offers fjr
sale JLT TOE iO WEST XJRKET PR1CE csosistias of
Setsof
EEST BLACK "WALSTJT PARLOR XTjRSirURE,
Sprin'Bsck Zasj Chairs, Irjijes asd 21aUrassea.
Ilair aad Srrias Jlattrsasea, Window Sltsdei and Strp
Ctrrrrsonde to order.
Old Kurultni-c Rc-TjplioLstercd,
epJred aad Taraisbed, with satfs&ction wsrrsated.
aCaUaad exaaaiaa say stock beforo parchaabxr else
where. 5 - Terns EeasonaUe. AH orders froza Shfp-aasters asd
the otter Islsads. w3 bs iroec;Jj otteoded la.
CIIIJAG IXOOIY.
Cc-r-iitsica Xexchzat aad Geaaral Afeat,
larorhr ef Teas aad other Cbfaesa aad Foreiga Goods.
Wholesale Dealer ia Bawauaa Prodaee, aad Areat for the
Pashaa aad Asaaala Sacar PlantaUoas. Tirerroo
SrorecByanaaa Street, triow Kba. al-lrS
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
COXSTAirrXT OS HAST, aad for gale,
troea tis atlLkacwa
WAISCEA TAJtSEKT, C. 59TLET, Prp-r
-tj-t A. CL8GSOy. Areat.
PhotograTiMc Gallery.
HAVIXG OPESED A PHOTOGSTPHIC
. &ALLET.xearij rRnite ars fcraaer ataod. on Jort
Srt',?3 .H h"t7 to see v aid ratrons aad
others wb wish farsilMiVtasea, aad shall trT.brat
teaUoa ta Ife taslaa mj eastossers. ta mrrjt tVstr wiroo
age. AI", te'asle, IoSotnfAa of csJtbraied persoeiacra.
aiews.Az. iVnres of aB t!Js tain ea taa w raauaa
atAe tsrasa. ifftl, H. LCKArE.
SUGAR & MOLASSES
1STO 1S70
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adopting only those measures proved by experience lo
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LATER FOREIGN NEWS!
The San Francisco and Australian Steamship
Line favorably- Reported On.
The Committee on Postoffices and Post-roads
agreed at their meeting to-day to report favorably
npoo the bill to establish a line of American
steamers between San Francisco and Anstralia,
stopping at Honolulu and one or two other ports,
and lo prant the hoe an annual subsidy, for 12
years, of S500.000, on consideration that 13 trips
be made each year.
Hiscellanoous News.
Strwntre Story abont the Alabama Question
Jules Favre Refuses to Leave Paris.
London-. Jan. 5th. It is rumored that a Prus
sian courier has been captured by the Franc
tirears. near the Belgian frontier. On hU person
were found dispatches urging the United Slates
to pres.i lha Alabama claims. '-The reputt is
hardly credited.
Tho London Times this morning' has an article
on the Alabama claims' question, which says
England only desires by fair concessions and a
frank allowance, to bring about a settlement of
the foolish quarrel in which two great nations am
engaged.
It Is said that the British GoTcrcraent has or
dered 80,000 Roper nfles.
The German Empire. .
London, Jan. 5th. Baron A'on Beust, in reply
to a ilUpatch from Count Bismarck, notifying the
Cabinet at Vienna of the completion or German
nnily. and expressing the hope that the good
terms established belwt-an the two countries by
the treaty or Prague will continue, acknowledges
the sentiment of gratification with which the
Aoilriao Government notices the Chancellor's
alla-ions to the treaty, but cannot enteral present
on any formal discussion of the features of the
compact. The Baron passes to the restoration
of the German Empire, and takes a stand upon
the point that the unity of Germany accomplished
under the leadership of Prussia, is an act of his
torical significance and of paramount importance.
He affirms that the restoration of the German
Kmpire is not only received with satisfaction by
the people of Austria, but is personally gratifying
to the Emperur Francis Joseph. Austria, he
continues, sincerely wishes to cultivate the friend
chip of the North German Confederation, and
this would be a pledge for the security of the
onion, and lasting peace to the glorious history or
Uapsbursb, liukeu to the history uf Germany,
and will be remembered by the Emperor only
with feelings of the warmest sympathy and with
the best wishes for the future welfare of the Ger
man nation.
Spain.
Madrid, Dec 31st, General Prim died this
morning at one o'clock. All those engaged in
his assassination, six in number, have escaped.
Duke Aosta landed at Cartbageua on Friday,
and was received with enthusiasm by the people.
He departed soon after for Madrid. "
Aceuunt of the Assassination of Gen. Prim.
New York", Jan. 5th. A correspondent at
Madrid writes on the 20th of December, in rr
gard to the assassiuation ol Prim. The General's
Adjutant witnessed the scene of the assassina
tion, having occupied a front cent in the carriage.
His own version of the affair ia as follows : Prim
and his two aides usually left the (Jones at the
conclusion of the debate in the afternoon at half
past seven. He entered his carriage and drove
rapidly the shortest way from the Cortes lo the
wax-office. The streets were deserted at the
point where the Calle Del Turin debouches into
the Alicia, the broadest street in the city, through
a narrow "passage. Two hired cabs were drawn
up and obstructed the way. This is so common
an event, however, that it scarcely attracted any
notice, but Mayo, my informant, dropped his
glass in the door nearest to him, and looked out
just in time to see two men, who were carrying
arms under their long Andalueian cloaks, advanc
ing from the shadow of the cabs. He bad barely
time to cry out " stoop. General, they ire going
to fire! " when the muzzles of their blunderdusses
were dashed into the carriage through the win
dow, on either band, shivering the glass to atoms,
and the contents discharged point blank at the
occupants in the back seat, who mnst have been
nndistinguishable in the darkness. The neit mo
ment the assassips darted back nnder cover of the
cabs, and so around into the Alicia, where they
mounted two horses that were tied to trees, and
in an instant were safe from pursuit. The coach
man dashed the horses forward against a number
of the cabs, upsetting one, and drove in hot baste
to the war-office, where ths wounded man
alighted. Prim simply remarked to the sentinel,
" I ain wounded, but not much."
Loudon Items.
London', Jan. 1st Chichester Fortescne will
succeed John Bright as President of the Board
of Trade, and the Marquis of Uarlington will suc
ceed Fortescne as Secretary for Ireland. Har
lington's successor will be a M ember of Parlia
ment without having a place in the Cabinet, by
this arrangement, which is sure to create extreme
dissatisfaction among the Liberal party, the Rad
icals already threaten to split. The resignation of
the Bight Honorable James Stonsfield is certain,
either immediately or during the session.
Loxdos. Jan. "1st. The Foreign Office an
nounces the postponement of the Conference of
European powers fur a few days, to await the ar
rival of Jules Favre and allow their plenipoten
tiaries to receive further instructions.
London, Dec 23th. GrauvHle has received a
dispatch from the Prussian Government, apolo
gizing for the outrage on English vessels in the
Seine, stating that pecuniary indemnity will be
given if demanded, and announcing that the mili
tary commander who was guilty of the outrage
has been court-martialed acd dismissed the ser
vice. Constantinople, Jan- 4th. The Porte reports
senora difficulties witu the Viceroy of KgypL
London, Jan. 5th. The new Spanish Cabinet
has been completed as follows : Serrano. Presi
dent or the Council ; Mortos. Minister of Foreign
Affairs; Montero Bioz. Minister of Justice; Ber
goury. Minister of Marine; Sagosta, Minister of
the Interior; Ulloa. Minister of PnWic Works;
Ayolla. Minister of the Colonies.
The Republican militia battalions of Madrid
have nearly all surrendered their arms, in obedi
ence to an order of the Gjrernment of Madrid.
Tranquility prevails in the capital and through
out the province.
Ve.BSAiLlr.1, January 5th. The batteries south,
whose armament was interrupted by the French, have
bombarded Forts Boissy, Vanrres and Hontrogue,
and tho estrenehcenu at Villejnif aad at Point
Joor, and lha gnnboau. The bombardment of the
northeast of Paris is continued heavily, partly from
newly erected batteries. The retails are most favor
able, notwithstanding the fog.
Lo5S0x, January eta. French sympathy meet
ings are prevalent among the radicals.
Toe people of Havre are diigaated with the inac
tivity of Peltiageax.
The Germans hare reappearel ia the Taller of
Tvetou J
The French advance gunboats aiding avail the de
parture of the ice from the Seine.
It it said the easements of Fort Rossy were de
stroyed by German guns.
Tho average mortality of German regtaeais ie
seiging Paris, op to December 3LH, is stated at iwo
per cent. Q
The gass at Xesdon aad otfcer baUsries la the
Eeighhothood are la position.
The materials kr the Honduras railroad are load
tag at British porta.
Aa Esgtishataa concerned in the Xarataoa rar
deri tarresdered himself.
E5f"; Jasaary S:h. The latteries at Cbawrt
and VHle d'Averg, throwing skot weirhier ose haa
dred asd twenty-fow poaads, aad steal weaxUae six-iy-ve
pounds, bare botakarisj Intt VUkj, Vaa
T ores aad Jfontronge; yesterday aad Waar, the farts
nsslyng with considerable edCeot, vans six i4
gaev. throning shell wetrkdaar w haooVad aad
any posad. The Gerasaa eaciaean axasat to Bints
the fartj hj lie Bight of the "I-"-"
6eaeral Caaazy is advaae by two eat.5!,.
Tho main body is at La Loupe aad another at Jn
doma. The Duke of Mecklenburg occupies a line be
tweea Rlolt, Yendome, La Loop and VerraoulL
The French reserves from Orleans, Chatesoiln,
Cbartrea and Dreux, in all 77,000 men, an jola'Jig
Chanty, who has 150.000 soldiers ta splendid corjc
tion. The forces of Generals Faldhetbe aad BorrV.s
art lo excellent order.
Ueneral MaateuSel's losses la the battle on the 3d
aad 4th were 3.500.
Dates from Paris to the 3d IntUnt hare been re
ceived to-day. The damage from the bombardment
had been slight. The French losses thus far had been
20 killed and 200 wounded. The eltltens and the ar
my were clamorousor offensive notion.
Vers situs, Jauoery 7th. Fort DMsiy has been
scaled.
Lille, January tth. The French hsadqntrtsrs
are at Certeanx.
The approximate losses la the battle at Bspaums
are 9,000 Germane and 4,000 French. The Germans
evacuated Bspaume yesterday.
It It said that 100.000 French have arrived at Cher.
"bourg to equip for active service.
Lo'Dox, January 7th. The fffoie menliocs heavy
Enxlith shipments of arms to the French.
The French, under General Roy, have retreated.
Thty were beaten by the Prussiani'in two encounters
on the tth instant.
The Berlin Press admire the English for their tern,
petals tone in discussing the collier affair on the
Seine.
The Prussians are in Recoy.
January th. It is denied that M. Loucay's mis
sion to Vienna, includes an attempt to negotiate an
alliance between Austria and France.
January 7th Late advices from Veesout stste that
there are, 40,000 French nesrjtoit. about Midway be
tween Vireux and Beasancon. Tho Germans had
been repulsed in a reconnoissance on the North Oise.
LUlo It crowded with wounded. FalJeherbe it
there, reorganising the commissariat department.
The Freueh defenders of Havre are trying to reach
Strentain as lha Prussians advance.
It is reported that the Prussians have been repulsed
at Pol bee.
Count von Bismarck has expreised his riluctanca
to accept Earl Granville's denial of violations ot neu
trality. The British Government hat assured the Sublime
Porte of its fidelity to the treaty of 1S5S.
It is proposed to Increase the British army as fol
low,: Artillery. 5.000; Cavalry, 2,300; Engineers,
300 ; infantry. 1.200.
O'Donovan Rotsa and other Fenians, were released
at Chatham to-day. They proceeded to Liverpool
to leave the country.
The London Conference is postponed, probably un
til the fall of Paris.
Sr. PavERsacae. January 7th. The new scheme
of the Minister cf War allows the military service to
to be for fifteen years ; immunity by purchase to be
abolished, and the educated classes serve for loss of
term.
Berlin, January 7lh. The action of Bismark In
securing Austria's good wishes by bis late despatch
to Beust has been followed by a step on the part of
three South German States which created a most
agreeable surpriie. It is the voluntary discontinua
tion of their several legations, heretofore maintained
at Vienna, which were not obliged, according to the
new state of things, to withdraw. It is hoped that
Prussian Saxony, baring separate diplomatic repre
sentatives at London, Brussels, Vienna aad Florence,
will also follow this example.
London. Jan. 7th. Debrnck is at Versailles,
arranging for the formation of a House of Lords
for the German Empire.
The casemates of Forts Issy and Tanvres
were butered down, after a fight of eight hours
duration. 1
Private advices from Versailles to the 6th in
stant state that the general bombardment of forts
souteast and north, is furious, and notwithstand
ing the slaughter caused by th French file, they
will all be silenced before Sunday.
London, Jan. 7th. The Germans in the nppcr
valley of the Oise have evacuated the towns of
Guise. Heron and Vervin, nnd are retiring on
Mcziercs.
Bordeaux. Jan. 6th. A series of unimportant
attacks mide on the advanced posts of Gen.
Cbauzy's army have been vicorously repulsed.
The Franc-Tireurs at Gien surrounded and
captured a detachment of 100 Germans, near that
place.
The force now nnder Cbauzy's command is re
ported at 200.000 strong and ready for action.
Versailles, Jan. 7lh. The German force be
yond Wndome encountered, and, after a severe
engagement, repulsed two French Army Corps,
which were advancing. The Germans occupied
Azay, Montoile and the intermediate Tillages.
The German losses were inconsiderable.
Bordeaux. Jan. 7th. The Germans on Friday
attacked the French positions at Ville Cbunere,
Ville Porcher and St. Cyr Ganlt, and afterward
forced our lines at Neuille. The French at night
took the offensive, reoccupied all their positions,
and entered St. Amand. Tie enemy retired to
ward Vendome, leaving many wounded and pris
oners. They apparently suffered heavily during
the day and nigbl on the line of La Mans.
Havre. January 8lh. Ten thousand Germans
mostly from Rouen, were defeated yesterday by
Gen. Roy, near Jnmiezes. The French have
since occupied Bourgachard and Bourgtheroudo,
and threaten to drive the Prussians from Pont
Audemer.
London, Jan. 7 It is semi-officially announced
that it is impossible to fix the lime of meeting
Tor the Congress of Powers, in consequence of the
French representatives. The cause of the diffi
culty, however, is embarrassing to England by
reason of the formal notification of Russia that
the Black Sea clause of the Paris treaty has been
already abrogated by act of ther Emperor, and that
it is ont of the power of tho Congress to alter the
decision.
Mcxicn, Jan. 7th. Tho Upper Chamber ap
proved the extraordinary credit for war purposes
demanded by the Government
London. Jan. 6th. The King of Holland has
issued a proclamation to the inhabitants of Lux
embourg, promising them his unvarying attach
ment, and reassuring them of the maintenance of
the independence of the Dutch, which he points
out is guaranteed by the signatures of the chief
European Powers.
The Observer says the Conference of Powers
will certainly meet before the end of January.
The refusal of Favre to attend is not considered
final; tint whether France is represented or not,
the Conference will assemble.
London, Jao. 6th. The British Government,
it is said, pays the expenses of the released Fenian
convicU to the United States.
London, Jan. 8th. Lord Derby, in a speech
at Preston, urged the Government to provide the
volunteers with Geld artillery, acd divide the
country into Districts, each of which is to furnish
a quota of militia.
The released Fenian Generals. Rosa, O'Connel,
Derez, Mc'Clure and Multoy, left fur New Turk
per Cuba. They were taken on board nnder
guard, who refused to allow theni to have com
munication with anybody.
Versailles, Jan. 6 lb. The vanguard of Gen.
TVerder's force, in the Valley of the Saone, en
gaged the French yesterday, and took 200 pris
oners. The King sent to-day the followiag dispatch :
"The weather has moderated; we are now
having a thaw. Our losses daring the bombard
ment of Fort d'lssy.so faryare 17 killed and
wounded. Large supplies were captured from the
French at Rocroy."
Versailles. Jan. 8tft The Library of the
Military School at St. Cyr has bees seat to -Germany.
Boorbaki is believed to be planning to raie
the siege before attempting to invade Germany.
The Bfack forest will be bis base 'ef ogeratioM.
Losdon, Jan. fits Evening. Geo. Boarbaki
is marching -on .Nancy and Belfort- The Praa
ms bate re-occupied AaxoMe. The JTrwaew
have entered Sakrar.
The German Generate are vitexifawiae kom
the North era Departments.
The Frenea taariaes aaa laraatry repntied a
PraseB aVlcbot near Britsre. TTw Uotwiaaw
Tire Got rtideU of XiaealMeJ atrac Matt
a letter t tiw King of "rrtirfn. rrpriuia-, Mia.
tie at the brbaro chasactwr of list atrearwja,
iracatBc hint aapsMt the spirit ef OMMp-t.uti
ctriitmy the (xlioa uf nu iaoasaKNU war.
The Uataa have sjapeared gwaW ism watte, of
UBe.
Brussels. January 8th. Eight arrests have
been made In the Department of the Saone anj
elsewhere of suspected Boaafartirt agents. They
will probably be tried by Coon Martial.
A reign of terror is commencing.
Tho PrussiaM reoccaeied Anxonee yetrdaf.
A battle is imminent between Oereiil Wertler
and the armies of Boutbaki and Giricaidl.
Private advices from Versailles express cob
fidence that none of the forts, excepting Drobably
Valerian, will be ablo to resist the Pruseiaa boat
bardmcnt. Ltllk, January 7 th. General laMherbe, B aa
official communication, says he thought the Pros
sians would not deny the French had won a rici
tory this lime, but finds the German bulletins for
the second time annihilate, his army, lie pro
ceeds to refute their cow glaring iDconsistuncioe.
lie says his army did not retreat cn the night
after the battle of tho 3d; they remained la oc
c.palion of the villages they had conquered, and
went into encampment early the following morn
iqg. Regarding the boasted pursuit, the only
foundation for the story is, that on the mornLnf
of the 4th two squadrons charged the FrencH
rear guard one squadron was annihilated and
tho other fled.
London, Jan. 8th. Advices from tbo inside of
Paris to the Sd have been received. Gen. Troch
on tho 31st of December issued a proclaaatioa
to the citizens of Paris, which says :
" Efforts are being made to destroy tho nnioa
and confidence to which Paris owes her defence.
Political capital is being made of the disappoint,
ment caused by the severity of tho weather.
The army has indeed been sorely tried, and re
quires a brier rest, which the enemy seeks to
prevent by the most violent bombardment ; but
the atmy is preparing to act. and will do Its duty.
"There are no dissensions among the members
of the Government, who nro perfectly united in
tbo face of the country's perils, acd ia the hope
of her deliverance."
The reports of the Generals commanding tho
fortifications show that slight damage has been
done to the suburban villages by ths bombard
tneuL But few men have been wounded.
A Council of War has approved tbo measures
for associating the National and Mobile Guards
with the regular army, for a more vigorous do
fence of the city.
London, January Stn. Telrgrams from Versailles
to tbo Times to-day, says the American Consul bss
been permitted t leave Paris, and has arrived here.
The Prussian guns could easily shell the city.
Several houses In Paris have been set on fire.
Tbrru bis apparently not been much Bring to-day.
Tbe French rrdnubt at Notre Dame Dellmart was
occupied by the Prusslsnt, and Its fire turned sgalost
the Eench.
Versailles, January 8th. Frederick Charles con
tinues his victorious advance on Mans.
Everything has been quiet In tbe North since the
Sd.
Tbe bombardment Is proceeding favorably. The
barracks n the lortlflcatlons ere on fire.
London, January 9th. Tbe Government of Paris
hss isrned a decree announcing tbo consolidation ut
all tbo military associations and tbe entire able
bodied male population with the regular army, (or
the defence ol the cltv.
A Commission bas been appointed to carry ont the
decree, consisting of tbe Governor of Paris, tbe Coca
menders ol tbe torts, and Ibe Commanders of artil
lery and engineers corps.
London, January 91 b. A despatch from Frankfort-on-tbe-MsIn
says petitions have been forward :d .o
King William, at Ver.sllks, praying hlcn, in respect
to hts title, to allow the city to become his place uf
corutiatlou as Emperor.
London, Januarv 9th. A Republican IcscrrecHen
bas broken out in Bamla, Granada. The niorcmeut
is considered Important.
Bordeaux, January 9th. Details of Friday's fight
ing near Vtndome sre received. At 1L o clock la
tbe morning the Germans attacked General Cnrtin
Cyrvllle at Parclier, VUIeThanve. Tbe Freneb were
driven back to Navlel. The French iimuiir..lur
then brought up bis supports, recapturing the t4
tious, and repulsing tbe Prussians beyond Salnte
Romalnc, which the French reentered al night. Ibi
German loss Is considerable, that ol tbe French
trifling.
London, January 10th. A despatch from Lille,
sars the Geunans are massing south nf Bapaume.
The French sharutbootcrs near Lille succctslully
encigcd tbe Tjblans to-day, taking 43 prisoners.
The Prussians have raised tbe elcge of Langers.
Versailles. January 9th Monday night. Last
night tbe fire from our batteries were increased ; to
day there Is a dense fog, and tbe bombardment U
not so heavy, while tho return lire from the French
guns Is weak.
Tbe Prussians In the Departmenment uf the Tonus
are concentratlm; at Jolgny, on the Paris and Lyons
railway. Reinforcements have arrived there from
Germany.
Tbe fighting when Danjou (?) wis carried by storm
is described as terrible' on both sides, and the loss
very heavy.
London, January 9th. Tbe financial Is worse
thin tbe military situation, and It Is proposed to re
turn to assisrnats.
Colonel Pratt, director of the Anglo American
Ambulance Corps, bis gone to Bordeaux to ne
gotiate an exchange of wounded prisoners, of whom
there are now a large number on both slc'e.
London, January 9th. Count Bernstorff, Prussian
Minister, bas received the following telegram from
Bismarck;
" Feraolflea, January 9fA Tbe report of the Ger
man Commander at Rouen, respecting tbesloklngoi
the English colliers his not arrived, bnt the facts are
known. Ttll Grsnvlllc we rrgretthst our troops,
lo avert Imminent dsnifer, were obliged to seize the
British ships. We admit tbe cltlm for Indemnity
If unjustifiable acts were also committed, we will
call tbe guilty to account. (Signed) Bishakcx."
Further explanations represent tbst the vessels
were seized fur fear tbe French wonld use them to
land tmops.
Versailles, Jan. 8th. Tbe bombardment of the
Paris lorllfications Is kept up with vigor and effect.
The barracks nf Fort Montevideo have been set on
fire and destroyed. It Is reported tbst some shells
bsve fallen in tbe Gardens of Luxembourg.
The advance columns of tbe German forces In tbe
Valley of tbe Loire, have reached Nogent, Savhfny
and La Cbarte. They encountered obstinate mist,
ancc on the whole line.
A detachment of tbe army investing Belfort, on
Saturday stormed the village of Dancontlue, acd
took seven hundred prisoners.
London, Jan. 9th. The bombsrdment of Paris Is
a failure thus far.
London, Jsn. 10th. The Right Honorable W.
Monsell, Member of Parliament for Limerick, has
offered tbe Pope a residence on his cststeln Ireland.
Mr. Shaw Lelevrer bis been appointed Secretary of
State for tbe Ilome Department-
Berlin. January 9ib. The second Installment of
tbe German loan bas been taken op by the contract
ors at an advance.
Stcttoabt. Jan. 9th. The Count Von Laube bu
resigned tbe Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to bs suc
ceeded by Herr Von Wsebten.
Loudon, Jso. 9th. There is an Immense meeting
to-nlgbtat Greenwicb.demandlngGladwtose'sretlg'
nation. There was a great disturbance and some
fighting.
Versailles, Jan. lOlb, Ths army of General
Chantey Is retreating at all points. The flwrataas
are la puriuit, and hate already taken 1,000 prisoners.
We have good news from the Eastern Departments.
In an engagement on tbe 8th, with Garibsjdlans at
Moatbard, ia the Department of Cote d'Or.oar trtops
were victorious.
Von Werder advsnesd yesterday on Villertexel,
and took the place by storm. The 20th French Corps
was engaged, and lost two staff officers, 14 other o3
eers. COO men aod two eagles. The French attempted
to retake the position, bat failed.
BacssELS, Jan. 10th. Pesord, former Minister ef
tbo Empire, has been arretted for alleged political fn
trigoei, and seat to Lyoas gaardad.
Dr. Cronaieora passed throoah atrasswls ea a visit
to Eugenie. Ho is connected with the new tspr
meet for tbe reeto ratios of tho Regency.
Intelligence from Paris ticlmt lha report (hat
bread riots have occurred In the city. A eoUition bs
tweea the mob and Military bad taken place.
The PrussUn shells on the 5th are said to havsT'
find parts of the city. Aa early eafitalation is pre
dict. Loibon, Jaa. llth-Englkh traraauM attest lis
genoroH Ueset of Fraaafc Prkocaaat ia Geratay.
Striia Jailers assert Its two Coafseaw fa lise'y to
ooaiMer the sjoatttea ef aaoaw, siocM Paeia suirecd
ar peadsof H sullen.
It k Mated that SraavilU was taw sasaat-af tae
posts" esoot. r -
lessun, Jaa lsk. rVs JKweW- yiTHri 1 1 the
following:
Jsataae sees Bfmr$mtt ef .flea a, JtaS. It. A
Veto, ssm fatadM aorta, of tka, aaae (a-aVsy, etUia
at swaws ia the rvaaistg, wila.vMew kr star area
i meats as l Pi . 1 1 irffal 4m fct eartaat ml '
tar aawawawsav Ha 0 swat el iWiJb- WesaaaS -eat
the aawSra of taw battle tasid. aad a tbe pvaiStW
omibhC by w tsoop. TTa .carried VineMcaei,
wMtsx a ism hoy of tha awaaay's peeWaa, etta.
stwwta of 'Laag lira Traaaa asd tbo Bops Ma.'
Saw f)sTsa.aa rarraawat that the ratara Ire of the
Paris arts Sags pseoeflihiy.
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