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" ' ITBUSHED
"Svery Wednesday Morning,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER A20TU2T.
-f-OT-rtpw. Snlsect-tkera, SS-OO to tlO.00.
Omen Os Qtwan Stwt, in the old
. mmam Boon- Biwr. Honolulu, IL X
... ssi- F
Tim omcK is how psbfamd
i MsMTtaM tor X. Eanrr. it the Gorera-
TdassTi Tim., I wrkam all "bcalzteM exnnsrc&iea-
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAX, FEBRUARY 8, 1871,
1S6.Q0 PEE TEAR
wits ne1tness"& DISPATCH
na w ah ait isa". ivvzjjbj uv
CASTLE A: COOKE, ,
Ifgici cs Sealers ta General Xerchxaiiie,
eat sxd Xe4 CoHectcr. Alto, General
II- X Tfnu tt
U. OSice boon.
I. c. ALLex.
SbJpplnr and taBtsission Mtrehaals,
ttVStt fl effwaSBra"a, XI X
ifaB or tit Hawsiiaa Packet Line.
Oa, fiaa rraactton.
w eeaeasa, t- a. rtTxaMs.
a. -re rnincn a: co.,
ST. 1 1 miac i. TftsoaaaM A Co)
-a Geaeral Cexcissloa Merchant-
.tlaeoM bUaela lire
E. P. ADAMS,
Aaotoeaeer aad Comxaisiion Mercfcant,
-C. CUOMOI!. SI. If.,
genu fut if TkytirisTi,
rlHieiiia1 1 atOSeefcrraeoaanera
.ats. tkt v Jli ilurr t BeiKaeeagC ewi
jonn j. jtcunmv, si. i.,
(lew mp V f irmf )
r m Hel J , Sietvees AU
i famtu. 1t
numuitms a: imom,
V WteM. Ml, AK fatter. e , It., Jleretiaat Street
a., r. JCDD,
AZWEXET ASS wdsselloe at law.
4" mm V WTlt Street. Seaelrfc. Q:
TBOS. . TIIKi;SIS
3tBionory, Cutlery and News Depot
and Ctroulatlng Library,
Afce.- -fteaefl CBtttag. Fji-
, nwnly eaeetrie4 en
WtOi 4M Left, HeneWo.
ASS DEALER IK SOOTS, SHOES
Cl raiaa, 1 1 in 1i. Pteiaawry, cerner
gieiil Ii at, i Hi i nil T " " -Ti 6rdcn receired.
aaMaetW IM inmlaf Coodj Utbe
a. c iiurrosi. si. i..
J?ET PHTS1QAK, ASS STJEGEON.
mm lieilni - BaCam'a 1UH. Date Street,
DxaMMea ef areveM4 Vdlrtiii, rerfaaerj,
Wa. mm tev tii ii i i. Celts MM IW, Oeeefw,
J Oil A XI. PATV,
Ttittj PaMIc as Carr.ninionrr of Seedi
at the Cask ef Diehon
. v. a.
niLEIAGIIASI A: CO.,
XXPMSSSE ASS SEALEES IS HARDWARE,
re 1 iIl. rakale ud O0. and General Mer-
. St aa Klac !!. Hin il nl -
II. 1LICKI'BL1 A; CO.,
JESEEAL COXXISSIOS AGEKTS.
. H. L fI
m EOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
1X7ETEES ASS COXXISEIOS XEECHASTS,
4" Heeetlla. OJtl Py
rzmoi. c nccci:,
ESrETES ASS COKXISSIOS XESCEAKT.
14 MeX Oeha. II. L Qy
F. A. fqtlAKFEIt Jc CO.,
Oeam. n I. Ij6
. a. urOBoa. j. c. dickiox
I.ItWIlUS A: lICKSO.,
3X78SXEES ASS SEALEES IS LTJMBEE,
mm mHttmt 1 1 tail MUeriale, rt Street, Honolulu.
ALLES tfc CHLLLHiGWOBTH,
dMerehaadteeand ShHaR bnelneei
r are raeparea te iarnlb tne
, aaa acca otaer i.r-
aee ial id ejy aeleebipe. at tfea sherUet natke
eja eai aaje mmmx reeeieaaue Itrm. 1 irevooa aiweys on
JOII.-V T. WATimilOUSK,
IKrOETXE ASS SEAXES TS GESEEAL
Jt eeei Sereet, tteneeeta. II. I. lyt
AV. I CREG.Y,
OE3TLXAL COZIOSSIOS AGENT ASS BROKER,
Mek Mn-fmmJ ISaaatai? a Qaeen ft-, Ucnolatu, II.
?IcCOI.:.VA A; JOIIA.SOA,
renet- Mnelala. efpomlteT. C. nentfa lj
XASTJTACTuEXS, XJaTOETEB ASS SEALES
la r mwUm i efeeij eViilfUec Fsraitsre Ware-Itonni oo
Mlum. 'eii (Wi rawtocrafhOBUety. TTcrfc
ake at ake eM itial oa llelel Etreet. Dear Fcrt.
!; Miieeatt, el i waaAi promptly atu-nded to. Ij7
BOOT ASS SHOEf JtAKEE,
aext t the BeOiel. IIiaielEla.
XII EO. II. DATIES,
Latx Juoax, Cull 1 Co.
TKPOETEE AXS COXXISSIOS UEECHAST,
7laj 4,4 rmn Slerlae Inesraare Cotapany, and
XXP0ETEE5 ASS WHOLESALE SEALEES
ta TeililimMi CTetWac Ilua Caps IVnta, Shore, and
tuMU er Veaucsaea i ranusotns uovoa. baoa't
XiAul Street, Ileaelale. La-y
Xi. aU TOKBKKT,
SEALES IS LTJXBER ASS EVERY EXSD OF
It (tonraOzver Qaeea and Fort atreeta, IjS
GEXXjEE AKE SHIP CHA3TOLEE,
3ley aad Cecraera fcr&Uhed to Shla oa the most faror-
H nwe leeina. j 1TO
I1CE2T5ED SBIPPI5G-, AQEKT,
OSea ta Ji ,fi Zoiissea A Co'i Wharf,
OasaBea the Uielaiea cm hll old plaa or aatt!la( wit
eSeaea asd aaaiaia laaaedlalely oa Ihelr ahlpplof at hU
eta. II aTbic ate AirwcJ or imllrTt conned OTith anrvst
faUt w U--et. aadallowtac nod .Stat. e collected
ia UaeSca, LahopeeUdTa aj cood aatlataetioa ia fa
tare aa he fcaj ta the past lm
. m 1 1 m i.i inn. I iiia nmniLJi.
ssasS'lise.f aieaa.ii Ca tMHrmtn.
IIOLLKS Sc CO.,
Shin Chandlers and Commission Merchant.
Importers and Peelers In General Merchandise, Queen Street,
- , Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
- Arenta for tie Eeuneiakai, MouAeloa, and Kakaoko
' Teacher on the Piano Torte and Singing..
n- Mole fomUhed at Fnrate IU1U, etc All the lutett
Order left at Hr. Tr G. Throm'e, Merchant etreet, or at
the residence cr 31r. Mnscrt next door abore Mr. aaaerier'e,
Bttepn ATenne, promptly mttenoea 10. ou jmc
. IIm Opened a New'SataUialunent,
and vlll glee hli attention to
Carriage Trimming. Saddle' and.Harseu Making,
and Eepalring la all its iinmcnei-
rery deacriptlon of Article connected with the Botln
conitantly on hand, at
Hodermtc Prirea. Give Ulna a Trial.
Tort etreet. next door to Gorernment B'olldinca. 60 fline
HONOLULU IRON "WORKS CO
STGA3I SXGINKS, Sugar 31111a,
snollera, Coolera,lron, Eraea and Lead Caatings.
Machinery of Every Description,
- Made to Order. -S
Fartieolar attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithlng,
gar" JOB WOKK eiecnted on the ahorteat notice. 3S-lyC
J. S. l)IKSOi,
House, Ship and Sign Fainter,
So. 93 King Street,
Nearly oppoiiite llcaara. IlUUngham k Co.
. . i Graininf;, larblicg, GildinfT, CalaominioF, Paper-
r-ylatianginp, JLc., execntedon tbeaborteat notice,
3 and oo the moet reaaonable tenne.
Office, Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
a. c challavel. k. a. bluiie.
CIIAEEASIEE &. CO.,
IMPORTERS ASS SEALEES IS WISES,
Spirita, Ales, Ac, Ifo. 8, If nnann Street, opposite Merchant
etreet, iienoinia, i'iyt
A. S. CLE G II O HIV,
WHOLESALE ASS BET AIL DEALER IS
rire-nroof Store, comer ofQaeen and Kaahamann Streeta.
KetaTI lAtabliabmenta, on Nunana Street, and on the corner
e! Fart and Hotel 8treeta. lt-IyS
n. i. r. exxria
C. miEIVER Ai CO.,
HONOLULU, il. I.
AGESTS Or Ilie Ilojton and Honolulu Packet
AGENTS For the JInkec, AValluku and liana
AGE.NTS For the Pnrcllaae and Sale or Tiluiid
B. P. EULERS. A. JAEGER,
It. I EIIEl'.nS &. CO.,
DEALERS IS SET GOODS ASS GENERAL
rire-proof Store on Fort St.. a bore Odd Tellowa HalL S7-ly6
F. A. 8CIIAEFEK,
GENT for the HIIE5IEN HOARD of
Agnt for the Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Agent i or tne t lenna iioara oi unaerwriters.
C. S. BARTOW,
AU CTIONEE R ,
Salesroom oo Qneen Street, one' door from Kaalinmann
SI. fS. G IlliVIt AESI A CO.,
IMPORTERS ASS WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Faahlenable Clotlilne;. IlAts, Caps, Boots, Shoes and
erery variety or tientietnen s superior eoruiauinK uooos.
ftore In Maker's Block, Qneen Street, Ilondoln, II. I.
AFOIVG A; ACIIECIat.
Importers! Wholesale and Retail Sealers in
And China Goods, In tbeFIre-proof Store cn Xuu&n'j Street,
onder the Pntiliellall. 43-1)7
S. H. HITCHCOCK,
16 Illlo, Hawaii. lj6
SI. X. DOrVIVEEE,
CABINET MAKER ASS UPHOLSTERER
KInj; Street, Ilonolola; oppoeite Lewis Cooper Shop. TO11
41 buy and sell second-hand Fnrnltnre. lj7
" CIIUAG UOOX
Commisiloa Mer chant and General Agent,
Impurttsr of Tetu and oilier Chinese nod Foreign Gooda,
Mlioleule Dealer in IlAtlan 1'rotlDce, and Agent fur the
Taoka. and Amauula Sagar Plantatloui. fire-proo
Store on Nooanu trret, tclow King. 21-lyC
aA3ii:s l. i.iuvis,
. COOPER AND GAUGEE,
At the Old Stand, comer King and Bethel Streets.
A Large Stock of Oil Snooks snd all kinds of Coopering
Materials eonaUutly 30 hand. lie ho;ies by attention lo
tnsuiesa to merit a continuance of the patronage which he
has heretofore enjoyed, and for which he now returns his
j. ii. xiioairsoiv,
'Qneen Street, Honolulu,
Has constantly on hand and for sale at the Lowest Market
Prices, a cood assortment of the Best Befined Bar Iron, and
the Beat BUckamith'a CoaL 3S-ly6
F. XI. Sc. G. SEGEEICEIV,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITES, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Sunann Etreet, between Merchant and Qneen.
Hare constantly on band. Stores, Pipe, Oal-ranited
Iron Pipe, Tlain and Hose B!bbs,Stop-cocks, India
Ilnbher nose brst 3-ply, in lengths of and 50
feet, with rooplings and pipe complete. Bath-Tubs,
and also a verr lam atock of Tinware of ererr de
Particular attention siren to Shlp-IVotk. Orders from the
other Islands will be carefully attended to- .
Thankful to the Citltens of Honolulu and the Islands
freoerally for their liberal patronage in thepast, we hope by
strict attention to business to merit the same for the future.
SI. BE'FIEED, .
WAG0S ASS CARRIAGE BUILDER,
. - 7G JClliR JStrcet, Ilol'ioluln.
Repaldng donrwlth care and neat
ness. Also, particular attention glren
to tllacasmltmnc ana uorse-aooeuic.
Orders irpmlheotherlsUndsproniptlyexeeuted. ao-lro
Carriage and Sign Paintingi
THE UXDEIISJCXED harlng.
procured the serrlees of a rjompelenti
workman. Is now prepared to executed
1 1 orders Is tbe line of CARRIAGE and SI0S rAIXUKO.
- In a Manner to Warrant Satisfaction. S
M. B ENFIELD.
a0-6m 78 King Street, Honolulu.
' It. KYCKOFT,
HOUSE ASS SHIP PLUMBER,
.i Sing-Street, next to the Seamen's SetheL
Hat on hand, Bath-Tuba, ITater-Clasets, irash-BasIns,
Forre and Lift Pumps, Lead and Galranlxod Iron Pipes,
aad Plumber Braae-works. BalnethdonlyPUmberinthe
city, he will execute all orders entmited to him in a work
raanlake manner- " j " fl-3m
HATOG OPBXED A rnOTOGRTPHIC
GAIXEUT, nearly opposite ray former stand, on Fcrt
Street, I ahall be most happy to tea jny -old patroas and
Others who wish for flrtt-clisa Fktsres,-aod ahall try, by at
tention to the tastes of raj customers, to merit their patron?
age. Also,1 foe sale, Thotcigraphs of celebrated persoaagee,
views, AcT Pictures of sll klndj taken oath snoetleasenao
able terms. .. -.PUlF M. U CHASE.
E. W. SEVEEANCE .& CO.,
General .Shipping- &e Commission
40S Front Street, corner of Clay San Francisco
The AnstraliaH Steam NavialioH Cors
Patent Slip & Engineering Works,
STDKBT, S. S. TV.
rahln-bnlldinr and general shlns reralrs.
executed cheaply and expeditiously. 49" Vessels of the
larrest tonnage can be taken up.
24-1 J 6 . FEED. IL TUOUTO.V, Manager.
LEARM0NTH, DICKINSON & Co,
ST D SKY, Tf. S. W.,
General Commission Agents,
Will attend to the' sale of Sandwich Island Produce, and
arrange lor aurancea on same.
.. flT. L. GREEK.,.., ..Honolulu
JtIra TO" MACFARLANE, BLAIB t Co... Son Francisco
n. B. wtuuas.
B. r. suscBian,
c a. xouu.
WILLIAMS. BLANCEAED & CO..
SHIPPING ASD COMMISSION MERCHANTS
ljTJ No. Z18 California Etreet, San Francisco. 30
jobs K'caasta, J. c. iftaaiu.
Portland. S. F. Cal,
M'CEAKEN, MEEEILL & CO.,
Ilarlnc been en raced In our present business for upwards
oi iweiTe jcktb, ana oeivg locaiea in t lre-prooi uncK. uuua
dine, ire are vreijiued to receive and Jlrnose of Island Staples,
imcu as Sagar, Sjmf Jilce.Putu, Coffee, etc, to advantage.
Consignments etpectallj solicited for the Oregon MarLtt. to
wblcn personal attention win ue naio. ana upon wmca casn
advances win ue uiaue irnen reqnirea.
CliarIeslTrooK:f San Francisco
JC Merrill a Co ? "
Badcera LIndenberter "
Jarnea Patrick a Co f "
Vn T Colemao Co
fctevens, lUkera Co.....
Allen a Levis , .. Portland
Leonard ft Green. , w ' 11t6
E. 31. VAIV IIEEI,
Hariurrtlie Wst facilities throueh an Intimate connection
with tlie JsraDrne trade for Ilie iiast eleht Tears, Is nrenared
to transact anj unrines entrustea to nu care, wiui aupaicti.
LANGLEY, CEOWELL & CO.,
xi Cor. Battery & Clay Sts, San Francisco. 6m
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD,
1i IMMEL'S IHLANG-IIlLANa. VANDA. HEN.
JLu na. Jockey Club, Frangipane, and other per-
lumes or exqatsite Irngraocc.
RIMMEL'S Lavendar Water, distilled from Mit-
Kimmd'e Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for its useful
aad sanitary properties.
Rimmcls Extract of Lime Juico and GlTCcrine. Ike
best preparation for the b&ir, especially in warm cli
llimmcl's Duronr Oil Soap, perfumed with Acjtra
ilimmel s UlTccnnc. llonej. IVindior and other
Kimmel s Rose natcr, Costume and Floral Crack'
ers, Terr amusinir for balls and parties.
Kimmel's lolet, llose-Ieaf, Rice, and other Toilet
A liberal allowance to shippers.
Perfumer toIIRU the Princess or Wales, !, Strand,
1S8, Rfgtnt Street, and 24, Cornblil, London;
17, Boulerard des ltalicns, laris, and 76, King's
Jto Sold by all Ferfun:ery Vendors. 37-lyfl
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Its nfjain put In iVorkInp; Order.
This Kailway is capable of taking
up Vessels meaiurinz up to 45 metres f HS ft.
abt.) of keel.
The draft of water forward most not exceed 2 me
tres 30 centimetres (7i ft. abt.), tbo draft aft calcu
lated at the maximum increase of 6 centimetres (2)
inches; for each tnetre of keel.
The cbircesfor takinc np a Tessel, and staTinc the
camo upon the Railroad, remain the same as fixed
per tariff of 13 In uec, loil :
Flrtt daj. clndlnc day of
. ' la,Qnrhliir-
Vessel under 100 Inns ... f Of. f 16 00 40f, S J00
Vessel from 101 to 200t'ns.l20 24 CO
60 12 00
09 IS 00
120 24 00
Vessel from 201 to 300 " 180
Vessel from 301 to 400 " 210
And besides fur each ton.... 1
MAUNAKEA MARKET I
Io. S Hotel Street.
ROBERT LETT bees to In
JiTii m form the public that he has opened th
abore market and that be haa procured the serrlees of
i Fixr-st Olsxsss 33xxtolxo3-.
He trusU that by klllln: only the VEST CATTLE, and
payiuc erery attention to the buiiuess, to merit a share of
the public patronage.
Beef & Fork Sausages, Bolognas & Blood Puddings
Made "to Order.
- TEEMS CHEAP FOR CASH. tKme
No. S Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home,
IA' ALL ITS JWAXCIIES,
HAS CONST AKTLjY ON HAND at variety
of HOME-MADE FUR.MTDRE, which he oners tor
tale AT TUEZOIVEST 3JRKET PltWEi, conaisUuf of
BEST -BLACK WALNUT. PARLOR FURNITURE,
Spring-Back Vary Chairs, Lounges and Mattrssses. '
Hair and Sprin: Uattrasses, Window Shade and Slip
Corera made to order.
Old Furniture Kc-Upholslcrcd,
epaired and Tarnished, with satisfaction warranted.
Call and examine my stock before nnrchaslsz- else
where. .' i t
a Terms Beaaonaiile. AU orders from Shlo-mastera and
the other Islands, will be promptly attended to. 5-ly
K J. NOTT & CO.,
COPPER & TIN SMITHS, make erery de
serirjtionDf. work in 'their line, used oil Planta.-
tlons or elseVherfT Thej also keep on hand'a'fult
Ebeet Copper? ' - EheefTin,
SKeet Lead, . -Sheet Iron,
Trbn"Wire. Copper Wire,
Soft S.Bass Solder, ; Pail Ears,
Pnttei Backet Carers,
,!), - . -Black and Tinned Birets,
Copper Birets. etc.
Also on hand, a few more of
THOSE SPI.ESDIB COOKI5Q STOVES,
" " tUmit ei bj"the'r'sVren?'
"Cotton Plant'' jtnd " Grar JaekeU," toretier
with a rarietj of Japanned Ware, aad many arteelee
jtsefol in the KlUfcen, .JMWeskvsti IVaiMisgs.
tucb as rcttars, Sfeots, water-pee, Ac. SUf-woric
wM meet irift preapt attettstagat Wj FaabnaiiiaB
Etreet. " 13-It
SUGAR & MOLASSES
V , -. . a-.Ji,
IIILO, H. I.
Sugar and Molasses,
f(BOP NOW COMING IN, Bud for sale
j in quantities to suit purchasers, tj
l-3m WALKER A ALLES, AcenU,
Sugrrtr nnd ITIoIassesi Crop JS70'
DOMINO TS. TOR SALE IN ' QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, or
l-3m WALKER i ALLES, AgenU.
fiacnr nnd Jlolnsgcsj Crop I870
ZOOMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
J to suit purchasers, by
I-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
IVeTT Crop of (in frnr Sc. Molasscn
OW C0MIN.G IS, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN-
. titles to suit purchasers by
l-3m C. BREWER A CO., Agents,
-TEW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SALE
Xt in quantities to suit purchasers, bj
l-3m C. BREWER t CO., Agents,
For Kona and Kau.
THE CLIPPER KETCH
03 Tons Register, Henry English, JUaster,
Will run as a regular packet to Kona and Kau.
51-3m DOWSETT A CO.. Agents.
For Kohala, Hawaii.
dSk Schr. Active,
F. MELI.ISII, .... UTaster,
Will run as a regular packet to the abore ports,
For freight or passage apply to
-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Regular Packet for Molokai.
Will run a sa regular packet between Honolulu
and Molokai, touching at Kauntkakal and Pukoo.
For freight or passage apply to.the Captain on
l-3m n. PRENDEROAST, Agent,
THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ORGANIZED IN 1843.
Cash Assets, January 1, 1870..
Gross Income for 1SC0
Dividends for 1869
Premiums collected from 1843 to 1868 .$11,093,564
Losses paid from 1S43 to 1S63 '. 3,236,800
READ WHAT OTHERS SAY OF US.
From the "Spectator" of New York City we ex-
traet as follows; " The New England Mntnal stands
forth as a fitting type or what a company should be
in regard to its method of business. Seeking rather to
establish a reputation for stability and soundness
than to present norel and promising, but untried and
unapproved features in underwriting; conducting all
the company's affairs with the strictest economy and
adopting only those measures prorcd 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 organization in tbecountry.
Yet, great as is tbe degree of caution manifested in
lbe adoption of every new measure, the company is
conducted in a manner fully in unison with tbe pro
gressive spirit of the ace. As regards its dealings
with policy holders, few companies are more liberal
' Tbe business of tbe New Englsnd Mutual is con
ducted in the most economical and able manner; its
terms are liberal and just; its success bss been uni
form and extended and its erectrelfalilitjfan' tajihf
tbe natural consequences attendant spon tbe posses
sion of such features, and whieh should be the great
desideratum with an insurance company, are ta no
For further particulars please call upon
CASTLE A COOKE.
49-3n.c Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of Lonrlon. Inatitntcd 1803.
CASn CAPITAL, 58,000,000 In GOLD.
fTlHR CNDERSIGNKD are- prepared to Issne policies on
JL Fire Risks (villi or vltiiout lbe arerago clatue) oo-
riuiiaiion j.QiiainRS ana JiacDinery, muia uweiUDgt,
Brick. Stone and Wooden Store. Merchandise, Goals. Lum
ber, Ships in Port, ic, ou the most iarorable terms.
-AHXoJsei Adjusted and Paid for 'here.
For jTdutfculars appljr at the oilice of
j-ly Agents tor the Hawaiian Islands.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Or San Francisco.
TIIK UXDKUSIGXED baring teen ap
pointed Agents fur the abore Corn pan j ar-e prepared
to Issue Tcllcies on Cargoes. Frclcnta and Treas
ure. WALK Kit A ALLEN.
l-5m Agents, lionoluln.
boaSd of undeuwbitebs.
rilHB UNDERSIGNED harlnr- been ap.
JL pointed Agents for the San Frauslsco Board of Under
writers, comprising the
California Insurance Company.
Merchant a JIutaal jlarlue Ins. Co.f
Pacific, Insurance Company.
California Lloyd's, and
Home Slutnal Insurance Company.
Qit leaTe to Inform Masters xf Vessels and ttva ntitilie ren-
rallr. that all losses of Vessels and Carroes. Ins-jred Lr either
of the shore Companies, apaloit perils of the seas and
other risks, at or near the gaodwidi Islands vUl hars to
b verified bj them.
npiIK UBIDEnSia.VED, AGENTS at the
S.'sa ahore Conibanr. hare been authorised to iosura risks
on Cargo, Freleht and Treasure, bj Coasters.
from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian Group, and Tin
5-ljG . IL. IIACKFELD A CO.
miE IHSUEAHCE C0MPA5Y
nrtniS TJSDEUSIG.VET) having been ap
- X, pointed Acenta of the above Company, are prepared
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Iaalde TIctt of the War.
Tbo English steamer Abyssinia, which arrived
at 'New Tort In the latter paricf December
last, bronght, amongtt other papers relative to
.the trar, a few numbers of a Paris Gazette called
the Depecht-Hallon. They arojfull 'o'ttate'resitag
infbrmation nbont the condition of tae'besiegea
capital, and no doubt will become' quite Talaab'le
to the fntare compilers of the history of the
Franco-German contest, as they will "forcibly, by
their rery title,- call attention' to the wonderful
time when France had no other than aerial com'
tnnnieation with the rest of France r when Paris
was sending over the headsof the disappointed
besiegers not only written messages" of hope, bnt
also Intrepid chiefs, undaunted leaderswboso
inSnence inspired tbe'inbabitanls'of the remotest
provinces with a desire to imitate' the noble exam
pie set them by their heroic1 capital. ' These news
papers were carried to Belgium by the balloon'
Archimedes, which, starting from Paris on the
22d of November, at 12 e. x., alighted in tbe
neighborhood of Anvers at 7 o'clock a. x. In
the boat there were three gentlemen, intruded
with a special mission near the Provisional Gov
ernment at Tours, and a heavy load of letters and
mail matter, weighing 800 pounds. Thirty
pigeons were traveling companions of tbe adven
turous aeronauts, who sent them back to Paris
with tbe replies to tbe dispatches from tbo Gov
The following items from the Depeche-Bdllon
are translated, aa the most interesting :
"MiLiTAiir Nkws Not, 20. The Govern'
ment of tbe National Defense has caused to be
placarded in Paris the news of the advantage
gained by the army of the Loiro over tbe troops
that were occupying Orleans.
To the inhabitants and defenders of Paris
"My dear fellow citizens, it Is with u nspe.it.
able joy that I bring to your knowledge tbe good
news that you are going to read. Thanks to tbe
valor of our soldiers, fortune comes back to
your courage will Keep it. We shall soon join
hands with our brethren of. tho Departments, nnd
with them deliver the soil of tbo country. Long
live tho Republic.
"The Minister of the Interior, ad interim.
"The circle by which wo are surrounded gets
larger, slowly it Is true, but yet it is larger. In
front of Moulin Saquet, we are establishing
line of defense, starting from Port-a-l'Anglais, on
the river side, and reaching to other strong works
in front of Yillejuii ; numerous squads of men
work at it night and day, under tbe protection of
tbe artillejy fire of our forts, of a. gun-boat an
chored in the Seine, and of columns of reserve.
On that side, onr scouts have rcconnoitered ns
for as tbe Cemetery of Clioisy, where tbe Prus
sians wero said to have erected heavy batteries,
but they were much surprised to find there
nothing bnt two steel field pieces. On the right
bank, our line of defense is extended up to Cro
teil, whero redoubts and covered trenches, ac
cessible from one to the other, havo been
" In other respects, .tho fortifications of Paris
are becoming daily more formidable. Ono of our
bastions has been armed with ten naval pieces,
directed against Chatillon.-so thai whatever may
be the power of the Prussian batteries in tbe
latter position, they will be easily silenced by the
convergent fire of our forts, and of this portion
of tbe ramparts. Our scouts are exploring tbe
neighborhood of Bagneux, and keep tbe Prus
sian outposts constantly on the alert. Yester
day, about 3 o'clock, a column of tbe enemy ap
peared from behind a rise of ground, and would
have done us much harm had it not been for the
effective aid of the forts of Issy and Montrouge,
which discharged a volley of artillery with such
accuracy that tbe Prussians hastily relreitud.
Those additional fortifications erected outside
of the walls of Paris with tbe view of making a
second inclosnro, now form a very respectable
line of defense. Above the tunnel oi Iyry, there
has been built up a redoubt commanding the
valley of tbe Seine, and from which it is quite
possible to send side-shots on tbe line of circum
vallation as far as Nicolai. "Every day, we read
accounts of the Prussian works, accounts, in
most cases, of an exaggerated nature. Thus it
has been said and printed that tbe great redoubt
of Cbatillon, confronting our forts, bad one side
lined with 132 pieces of cannon. This report is
so far incorrect that oho side of the redoubt
that facing our forts Issy and Tanves, bos but
28 guns ; and the side opposite the H antes
Bruyere3 is armed with tbe same number, making
a total of .56 pieces only. Tbe redoubt of Cbatil
lon is unquestionably well planned and well built,
but its efficiency is almost neutralized by tbe
series of outworks which wo have established In
froni of Yillejuif, and the improvements we have
mide in tbo armament of the above-named two
forts. It is evidently to these works, lately
erected by U3, that wo must attributo tho hesita
tion of the Prussians, who are now unable to
carry out, on that side, tbe attack they had plan
ned against it.
Ancs)tio.( asd TVab Mateciai. There
are, at this moment in Paris, fire great workshops
for the manufacture of cartridges, in which about
6,000 women are actively employed. The number
of cartridges turned out in one day is 800,000.
" Yesterday, at 3 o'clock, at one of the bas
tions of la porto d'Autcuil, General Trochu and
his Staff were present at some experiments made
with the view of transforming shell-guns of the
old system info breech-loaders. The latter worked
admirably, and havo a range of 8,000 metres.
The manufacture of the Sotbey-cannon is
pursued with the most feverish activity in tbe
foundries pf Paris. These new pieces are said to
be superior lo tbe Prussian guns, as they can be
fired more rapidly, at a greater range, aad with
more accuracy. Thay throw shot of 14 potrecis?
The contractors for these' guns will have one.
hundred ready by tbe beginning of December.
The day before yesterday, several gnna of" a
new pattern were, placed la' position on some of
our redoubts. Among them we saw the enormous j
piece called 'Sainte Clotilda, which is mounted
in the fort of Vaavea, aad is. intended to take
part in the,bombttrdmeat of the fort of Cfcatilkn.
It Ms a range cf 8.000 metres.
"Tin: Qcastieb Lxrtts Tle ' Qasrlier La tin,'
under ordinary drramtascesVose of ike ooMeei
listrieU tftfe rtptaal, if mam &1)f qgytl
Tie' -PaWssW Svk;k:tlt; vise
stadeete of media ee sere fa se atsbstaBeeM as
aMMttet swfMM ; tin inedeotg f Iw are m
owtside d-aty, whHe their prefcoeors are oa-lite"
ramparts. The dissecting ampiiheatres are Stal
wilb a multitude of tailors, eat ten aad dreas
makers, preparing winter clothes for ow bfave,
' Mobiles.' Tbe actors, and singers of the theatres
are also on duty at the' ramparts, while the woaen
are maktnr lint for iba wounded.
"" Misctu'jiEOrt. id two or'threa dajs'lhe
Gorernment will friscoalinne" the dallysstie' bT'
beef and horse flesh, and the people will use Belli
meat for three days, an-the fourth dayT fresh
meat will be sold. This arrange raeat. sriH be
continued, it object being to accustom tho citi
zens of (Paris to the use of, salt provisions. The
number of cows In the city haa beep ascertained,
the owners Ttiluntarily riving the number tney
possessed. This unexpected supply, (reaching
4.0UU Head,) may last for two weeks.
"Fo'rthelast two days, (here inigut be seen
in- the shop-window of a restaurant on Bocbe
chduard Street, peraetHef tbelstrahgest viands:
cats, d,ogs, and rats. Half a -cat id worth four
francs, and sparrows are boaght at ten si
" The builders bare recommenced work, and it
is a curious sight lo see houses buildimr in a citv
threatened twilh'iombardmentj and in a state of
" Tbe schools are attended, as nsual, by numer
ous pupils, and wero it not for tbe martial appear
ance of every man, dressed in military uniform,
one would hardly believe that the enemy is only
a few miles off, and that he has been there for
the last three months."
CARLYLE ON THE WAR.
A REMARKABLE LETTER.
Tlic London Timet of tbe 18th, received hero by
the China, contains Thomas Carlyle's letter on the
war, which has been alluded to In a cable despatch.
Mr. Carljle, In bis characteristic ind trenchant style,
maintains that Prussia Is right In demanding tbe ces
sion of Alsacq and Lorraine, and relates historical
precedents furnished by France herself. Tie adds.
"No nation ever had so bad a neighbor as Oer
many Las bad in France for the last four hundred
years; bad In al manner of wave; Insolent, rapa
cious, insatiable, unappeasable, continually aggres
sive. "And now, furthermore, In all history there Is no
insolent, unjust neighbor that ever got so complete,
Instantaneous and. ignominious a smashing down as
France bas now got from Germany. Germany, after
four hundred years of Illnsagc, asd generally of III
fortune, from that neighbor, bas had at last tbe great
happiness to see Its enemy fairly down in this man
ner; and Germany, I do clearly believe, would be a
foolish nation not to think of raising up some secure
boundary-fence between herself and such a neigh
bor now that she bas the chance
"There Is no law of nature that I know of, no
Heaven's act of Parliament, whereby France, alone
of terrestrial being:, shall not .restore any portion of
her plundered goods when the owners they were
wrenched from have an opportunity upon them. To
nobody, except to France herself for tbe moment,
can It be credible that there is such a law of nature.
Alsace and Lorraloe.were not got, either, of them, In
so divine a manner as to render that a probability.
The cunning ot Richelieu, tbe grandiose long-sword
orixinis .A.1V., incsc are tbe only titles oi France to
those German countries. Richelieu screwed them
loose (and, by happy accident, there was aTnrennr,
as General), got screwed along with tbein ; Turenne,
I think, was mainly German by blood and temper,
bad not Francis I. egged on his ancestor, the little
Duke of Bouillon, In tbe way we saw, and gradually
made him French) ; Louis dc Grand, with his Turen
ne as supreme ol modern generals, mansged the rest
of the operation, except, indeed, I should say, the
burning of the Palatinate, from Heidelberg palace
steadily downwards, into black ruin; which Tu
renne would not do sufficiently, and which Louis
had to get done by another. There was also a good
deal of extortionate law practice, what we may fair
ly call violently sharp attorneyism, put In use. The
great Loni's "CTomorescZJJntn07i," Metz Chamber,
Brissac Chamber, were once of high Infamy, and
much complained of, here in England, and every,
where else beyond the Rhine. Tbe Grand Louis, ex
cept by sublime gesture, Ironically polite, made no
answer. He styled himself on bis very coins (ecu of
1807, say the medalists), Exctltut viper omna Gentet
Dominut, but it Is certain attorneyism of tbe worst
soil was one pf his instruments In this conquest of
Alsace. Nay, aa to 8trasburg, It was not even at
torneyism, mncb less a long-sword, that did the
feat; It was a housebreaker's janmy on the part of
the Grand Monarche. 8lrasburg,was got In time of
profound peace by bribing of the magistrates to do
treason, on his part, and admit bis garrison one
Tbe French complain dreadfully , of threatened
'loss of honor;' and lamentable bystanders plead
earnestly, 'Don't dishonor France; leave poor
France's honor right.' But will It saro tbe honor
of Fraoce to refute paring for tbe glass she bas vol
untarily broken In her neighbors windows t Tbe
nltack upon the windows was her dishonor. Sig
nally disgraceful to any nation was her late assault
on Germany; equally signal has been the Ignominy
of Its cxecnlion on the part of France. Tbe honor
of France cau be tared only by the deep repentance
of France, and by tbe serloun determination never
to do so again to do the reverse of so forever
henceforth. In that way may the honor pf France
agsln gradually brtgbtennto tbo- hcigbtb of Its old
splendor, far beyond, the. Firat Napoleonic, much
more the Third, or any recent tort, and offer again
to our voluntary love and grateful estimation all tbe
fine and graceful qualities Nature had implanted In
tbe French. For the present I mutt say, Fraoce
looks more and more dclcrlous, miserable, blama-
bie. pitiable, -and even contemptible. She refutes to
see the facts that are lying palpable before her face,
and tbo penalties she has bronght upon herself. A
France scattered into anarchic ruin, without recog
nizible bead; htad, or Chief, Indistinguishable from
fat, or rabble f Ministers fljlng up In balobns bal
lasted with nothing but outrageous pubic lies, pro
clamations, of victories that were creatures of the
fancy; a gorernment subsisting altogether on men
dacity, willing-1 bat horrid bloodshed should con.
tinue and increase rather than IbattAry, beautiful
Republican creatures, should ccate to have tbe guid
ance of It; I know riot when or where there was
seen a nation so covering herself with dishonor: 'If,
among this multllnde of sympathetic bystanders,
France bare any true Iricnd, hi advice to Francs
would be to abandon all that, aad nevefta resntBO
it more. -France really ought to know that 'refu
gees of Ilea' were long ago discovered to lead down
only to the Gate of Dea'tb"Etemal, and to be forbid
den to all creatures that the one hope for France is
to recognise tbe (act which hart came te her, surf
that tb'ey came wHhal by Invitation other own;
how she a roais of gilded, proudly varnished anar
chybaa wilfully lnsaUed asd deSed to mortal dae!
a neighbor not anarchic, but ttUi is a qaMlf haatn
sober aad governed arate, and ha presjjig'accord
Inffly. Prbepered uanarrsy oaaaexaSKy 'saosnte-
tMBfea vertM a MatteeloBtaa pkabax mastaaed do;
aad sow 11W sskten dowa ieto.a-hUaenawresfc..
ad Impntsnnii tsaaiajltjtj to agtta.sgsi ay Jglsajt ejav
r. . Tteat ike ineraocahle laJt is six W tsaa k'-
seir wtri rtwnree or jsower of rott tWvitW
teeto Btsnmas; asjsl tttat Mr vMni -WW be ta
Ulie that feet r4o ttW aMssMMsl mtmtf to ivr
.tbata e) WeTCr JsM-$sIr"MM -vslt sW hMXOMWv, tMsj
will aave to, be ceapHea' wsgs the sewtser at. tbo
cheaper rate. It ! a sard leWea tWvast? gterW
Fra see ; , bat Fraseer ws bap; tsars aMU li Rwaetty
aad. probity enough tafcsftiiKt.a satflsSCBtlr
adamantine, entity, which' will not treat mtstanca
witliout penalty, and&anirteSra l-ry1ne!ygrje1
nie CfaaatHy of" toMeiee mea dileHy that Ttiiust,
official aneVother, has srpefeat4 UHar'y, esjWxSallj
since inly last, Is something woaderfsl aed fetrfal.
And, alas, perhaps evao thatta smsli' compare"! 't'd
the srUdetesiof) Wed 'uBegBsefea' rVsudtcHr itoasr
prersleetaeaoeg tha Irene. ; wWc!ii- s4if feSer
and more poUonoaa quality though unrecognised;
for'poleon. T6 me, at liaiesv the mo'apifaneat sjmp
t'om in Frasco is tie Stere' ltt "tati 'of gealatj'tlt
Mgbeat ll4craMakcn, wintalwaW ba -Toet
snd seers to it, Bake stpreseaand, indeed, fee a
generation back hare been making. It Is evidently
their belief thai nea-'cereklil whdewt k radiating
oat "of Franca apoa ski the olltf t evenltsdowcd oa
tlonsthat France U the sew UoaatZloa, of thcnnl
verse; and that 1 this sad, sordid, urst-d'dlrissw,
and-, In good part; infernal ata'ff which' French' liter
atwreha hipreaeMeg Ki M-far the tart Sfty
years is a veritable new Gosfel oat of Heaven,
pregnant with blessedness for all the sons of men.
Alts, one doe understand that France made her
Great Revolution; uttered her tremendous doom's
voice against a world of human aharas, proclaiming;
as with tho great Last Trumpet, that shams, should,
be no more. I often call that a celestial Infernal
phenomenon the most memorable In our world for
a thousand years; on the whole, alranacendast re
volt tgtlust tbe Devil and his works (since sham
are all and sundry of the devil, and poUqnons and
unendurable to man). For that we atliuHnltely lovo
and honor France. And truly alt nations are now
busy enough copying France in regard to that I
From side to side of the civilized world there is, In
a manner, nothing noticeable but the whole world
In deep and dismally chaotic Insurrection against
shams, determination to have done with sbara cpuis
qn'Ucoutt. Indispensable that battle, however ugly.
We done, we may say to allthat ; for it Is the pre
liminary to every thing; but, alas, 'all that I not yet
victory; it Is but half the battle, sad the aich eas
ier lalC The indennltely harder. half, which la the.
equally or tbe still more Indispensable, is thai of
achieving, Instead of tho abolished shams which
were of the devil, tbe practicable realities wtikb
should be veritable and of God. That first half ot
the battle, I rejoice to see. Is now safe, can now nevr
er cease except In victory; bnt tbe further stage of
it, I also see, must be under better presidency than
that of France, or It will for ever prove, impossible.
The German race, not the Gaelic, are now to bo
protagonist in that Immense world drama ; and from,
them I expect better Issues. Worse we cannot well
have. France, with a dead-lilt effort, now of clgh'j
one years, bal accomplished under tbla head, for
herself or for tho world, nothing, or even less In
strict arithmetic, zero, with minus qusntltlcs. Iler
prophets prophecy a vsln thing, her people rove la
darkness and have wandered far astray. ,
" A hundred years ago there was in England tho
liveliest desire, and at one time an actual effort and
hope, to recover Alsace and Loniane from the
French. Lord Carteret, called afterward! Lord
Granville (no ancestor, In any sense, of his now
honorable synonym), thought by some to be, with.
the one exception of Lord Chatham, tbe wisest for
eign secretary we ever had, and especially tbo, 'ono
secretary that ever spoke German or understood
German matters at all,' had set hla heart on this
very object, and had fair prospects of achieving it,
bad not tbe poor Duke of Newcastle suddenly ped
dled htm out of It, and even out of office altogether,
into sullen disgust (snd too much of wine with- ,
al, says Walpole), and Into total oblivion by bis na
tion, which, except Chatham has none rjch to re
mcmbar. That Bismsrclc, aud Germany along with
him, should now at this propitious Juoetnrc make a
like demand Is no surprise to me. After such prov
ocation and after such a victory, tbe resolution
does not seem rational. Just, and even modest. And
considering all that bas occurred since that memo
rable cataclysm at Sedan, I conld reckon It credit
able to tbe sense and moderation of Count Bis
marck that he stands steadily by this; demanding
nothing more, resolute to take, nothing less, and ad
vancing with a slow calmness toward It by thl
ellglbleat roads. Tbe 'Siege of Paris,' which Uoki
like tbe bngest and most hideous farce trageiy
ever played under the sun, JSfsmsrclr. evidently
hopes will never need to come to uttermost bom
bardment, to million-fold death by hunger, or tte
kindling of Paris and Its carpentries and atpbslt
streets by shell and red hot balls Into a sea of fire.
Dilligent, day by day, seem those Prussians, never
resting nor too mncb hasting; well knowing the
proverb, 'Slow fire makes sweet malt,' I believe
Bismarck will get bis Alsace, and what he wants of
Lorraine; and likewise It wllldoblm, and us, and
all tbe world, asd even France Itself by and by, a
great deal ot good. Anarchic France get her first
stern lesson there a terriblo drastic dose of physic
to sick France I and well will it be for her If she
can learn her lesson honestly. If she cannot, sic
will get another, and ever another ; learnt the lesson
mutt bet v'
"Considerable misconception as to Hen von Bts '
marck is still prevalent in England. Tb-I English
newspepers, nearly all oftbem, seem lo mil to bo
only getting toward a true knowledge of Bhmarek,
but not yet got to It. Tbe standing likeness, circu
lating everywhere ten years agor of demented Bis
marck and his ditto Klog to Strafford snd Cbailrs L.
ttrtut onr Long Parliament (as like Maccdon to-Hon-moutb,
and not llkcr) hts how vanished from the
earth, no whisper of It ever to be beard more. That
pathetic NIobe of Denmark, reft violently of her
children (which were stolen children, and were
dreadfully 111 nursed by NIobe Denmark), Is al
nearly gone, and will go altogether so soon as know-
ledgeof the matter Is bad. Bismarck, at I resdhlnTj
Is not a person of 'Napoleonic' Ideas, but of JsJ-Mly
quite superior to Napoleonic; show no lnTinelie"
lust of territory,' nor Is tormented with 'vul;araro
billon,' etc., but has alms very fsr beyond that
sphere; and In faet'seems to me ta be- sfriving-wtttts
s Irons faculty, by indent, graud snd successful ilsjpeTtS
towards an object beneficial to Germans and to all
other men. That noble, patient, deep, pious and
solid Germany should be at length welded Into a na
tion, and become Queen of the Continent, Instead of
vsporiog, raln-glotlous, gesticulating, quarrelsome,
restless, over sensitive France, stems to me tbe
hopefulest public fact that has occurred In my lime.
"Chelsea, November IL"
The Marathon Assassins.
Atbiji, January 13th. The Greek Government
has gives positive assurances to the English Envoy
that all tho Marathon ass ass ins yet rtaniaing slit. f
shall receive das punuhraent for their criaaet. .
The Hornet" Attempt to Make a tins-
ing on. tH talaael ot sjuisa.
HataxA. January 14th. The tteaaser Hornet ap
peared off the eastern part cf the Island, two a Ilea
from Puerto del Padre,- oa Sunday. Tho gaaboaC
Yasuri sighted lee Horse. ,aad jrred saretal i
atbtr, whan the? Hornet Immediately went 'is ana.
feared by Use guaboaLbat oa aceoant of her saferior
ipeed she esweest.
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request Usai he weald give S!siisJtiu catoc-oH Se
te wM gl
sstW aa BMkrssMlbIe,'wiss asked by ttedrvk-
rM if 6k. liked JsJh water, ad pd 1. taw
attire. The ditrt-thagstipna, gas her a.giaa
mogly Savored with lenjoa, with anted 4t eat
IsslfcUfl Steel alr. 4fcltf,IBt H itsagereei
nrn 'iIHIm 'ihj it sjiMiTiti iifi'" n!
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