Late Foreign News,
TK-uiiaSLxa, Jax. M. The negotiations ictirr.cn
Bbawfc u4iFrc fetraoneof the myt-ioterestlDg
eWteW &eSUiTrer tHi snemerable waiTbe
imnl T FaTre, wu'tatn to none except those !m
Kr4uulf cqucuatJ'PTpdnctm) hioj through the
Ihsea 0WearTfcaJ at-loo bwe'See'upie.n.y Bts-
tearkjbe a ssnaeeHately admitted into the pretence
HVWukrStr. 'Jineri few remarks. 'KUmar!:
aU HltH,XmAmit farrt. whit il rbo'olject o
ttus nM!" Farn. maesj aSeeted. rtptied : The ob
ject M la m a step to tfceUmbie soffericg of the peo-
y-W T Fas. N um ueltepe nr renei ironi wuu
jwttitjj,x.ii!!iit stcdi reek f,rfj Allweask
w tasia ussaSiJeiatisu ai a geaeroos encmytnfgnt giro
. art.l tuff adrastage er Wor." Biimark ex
Jfft svfeatre t alt in Ai power to shew bis re
st qtlifw ueaafteriac and naUaulry cl Ine x-renen
I Hi, Mtistes with the safety, honor and interest
.f BasVi OeWoy. Herald tbif bad been, from
ttMfrt't7te last, tbe jeet and derire of the Em-
4 Vm adneen ainee the commencement of
il k.n.iiTirKit.iinui them. i'arre first.de'
IDC term anwj rrpvitcu. in i
1mV: Ii h satyTyrorloeo to refute or accept
I i til I newt fay (hI the terau are such that 1
suvsttaryrttT appreVo them', and T ftd confident my
a jMt tauter wHaurqecttliein.nIIoeTer, it is my
dsKf t,boA liurfs tut .ceciidcration." Jarre
-wM,XUljr Jt Mxtr pUeel-ucdec .('rreillanco,.
neeeffied 'an ar-artincat erer the Police llureau.
ArtJreiqy rrpAOetli first OTerUres were promptly
rejweteiU. After Tarn's return with the acceptance,
a mtjijii n fe letpl denunded by the .Emperor,
reatielicealfreune4 at Versailles! The Mayor
rsmt twice to PtHee feeadquarters to obtain an inter-
vat. tMat riMtrcl peremptory orders not to attempt
it. a soess a act wonM render him.liable to impris
4aaHaL Am awtesiUw again toolc 4aee between Bis-
hiU,tiJ Saua. 3eifnner aflerwards-wailtjd on
tlx Kmc; u4 Cm mm, when Farre's acceptance on
tb fttt sJtMjEjpfllteaai Csweromeot was submit
tot. J tier BUmark left the Emperor be walked into
a&2seic" aM, Oeseral CoardoriT, and be-
jra to Mit1c a PrcWa n air which the trumpeter
a awn it ' at a 1ear beet, when the beast is down
ucitjAKitf' 9c&oq I having .r(ol:enatword tO'anyone
The aatt mrwktgtbe ternt drawn up over night
ai lati Biaiarah xad Fatre in detail, were handed
eTsU i ii Ljwhs pcoJand read i the; pipers,
fr-wae4 m4 oWaried ia a dialarbed tone : "Still too
saaek ia. " Tfcr.i4jfoJ reuatto beliers.that
lb ia salgred aatl Wberetl b the tncVj
t4 Jislawaiiaa J wB le pleated when all is over.
Lw. Jast. . Bitmarak lare France after tho
iltncsilrlii JiinmbLr at T'chiIiiiiit Tbe.carJ;,rc
trm(ihe Haf war WiHUm is expected. The report
Oiiantai rigidtr aaswrtan paMfwrt regnlations during
tslnare eaVrealitnat Vn SIdlti'aftgfoatlj' Sls
tainted -mUk tbe aatl in of the Crown I'ricoe's nrvaj
a Ike oeaaiam C4be mhIw tt the 19th. Ho thinks
tfe naaf was loet ecoitarily, and expressed bis
piawei taeewj'. TVen it a growiog eeldnett in eon
mimi, Sjatiium the Cmwb I'riace and the Com-
j88f-. ''.:..; . ',.-v, ''!-
Ns Taste, Fabcwrj 1SU. Telegrams from Vcr
n.ilk'a terja tjsaTwfisja the entrj of the rrawlans ln
1o Paiia, tsaaf i wfll be detailed to occupj tbc
; Matllpc of tbc rootc adopted for tbc
Btsnenr on tbc 19.h. At noon tbe
Utopcror win fiterPiri bjiralu from Vcrealllet,
fttH b i l a tberiEarts eU)iri and proceeding to
tbc TasWarieas wCejpSibe wW lunch and hold a Court
whi lac fucnSMGjen of tbe army. JIc will then
nl-ect tbc ana)JeWnrelment,-. bleb nill march
i- bai pUjjbifr auil" coioTt flvinr; along tbc lino
y r,-m6 iadicatt. Hk Majctlj- will then return to
nHlr. wbcivbc irffl alcel and on tbe two fol
dant be mrTUtUic Tuillcrics andtben
ti tarn to Gi inty tf noltiis; 6?cnrt during the rest
of tbe wccii or month. From trustworthy Inform-
atne i wired. Iborrattlaa police arc cocouraged to
ipr tbat aw oatmd demoott ration will occur du
nn tW Eaeror's tojourn In i'arif, and (be
tntnj il sWtite oItbo troorw; Tbc Emperor Is suf
fcffstt ttttwritgiuao. Trlncc Frederick Charles
bat tHX YoIHervml JLIbrecbt has arrived.
I Dale st AUeoberg will depart to-mor-
ier&tt-aofrtearcdcIennined 'umn br
Snd eeoedtuelarij comrauii levied to Farro
anr ailMLiiiia not br ibe Attciublr, boitilitics
.;: be?ttiewulnimcdltclrviiou ibecxidratiouof
Uh jjiJSaHea. A vigorous procedure will be adopt-
itb Bans, in tbetuatterx)f scenrinz pledges for
Dtnnj. iv is uenerc lur laucr wiirucnxca
a! keaat at low niH lards ; bot concessions from other
uttt are SAtsalpated. All tbc troops before Farla
bare bean faatj iiiufoi-ced to the utmost war strength
and ncwlj osMarmed. The Fourth Corps, lias been
ui del ad so Chartrea. Should peace be proclaimed
aj: Tb T aol irrhr IflinCTt s of ldfmtry and rcterrc
cacalrjr wHI besasxdiatrlj sent Loihl- and broken
lap Tbe troof of Xhm. lioewtll remain in the an
srxed awarittce, and sacb tarts or France as will be
msuacal UO tbe war ladeninltj Is paid. Tbc garri
oaa of tbc faciei -tics In Alsace and Lorraine will
n-cjatre atoat "8,600 men.
IXKcawss, Feb. 15th. TSw Otaemr, to dsy, hxt a
leaaar a (be Aegte American Commission. It dc
ctarr K tbe United States adopts .tbc award of
tbc CnwHalFiina. thy will aotfindngUnd a stub
K lasjbfailtjii It tbhks tbeCasadian question pres
aatt awatajtjabfc fflSooltx, abd hopes the labors
of tbc OamuAiileuus 1I1 dear tbc political atmos
fmae vWrti far icirs has been hanging orcr the
o ci tlilil.
Ia tbe Vsdat. abaot to be submitted to Parliament,
the oatmirtes far the expenses of the arm; amount
to s9K,?M, as iscrcase of 2,SS5,TOQ orcr those
afltK)r. Tbe forte ofthercgnlararmyis to be
WoairM sua to 119,309 men, an increase or 10,050.
riMiMuB H taadc for ecrrejlng tbe defensive posl
tisai mill London, and between tbc city and tbe
saaaaait. New fartiSeatlens are proposed to be
t at DatCi sad IUrwttk, and on the island of
JtasjfOin K Feb. 12tb. Tbc result of tbe elections
in M dapartoiests is 307 Bonajixrtlsls and Orlcanlsts,
aswl S BsynWIcMa.
Sassdax, Feb. llk Preparations are making
fat tbe stttw ef tbe Aitcmbly. About three bun
aVed Btawjttee are present. The result ol elections in
twcaatj-iitfrtmEitts is awajted, tbe greater portions
af 'atbschareeecspied bj the eocmj. .Thiers If elected
ia IE afcfattSBeaU. Trochn In 7, Cbangarnicr In 4,
"Jatt'iWtafaS. Txttc lnS,andDnforcla4. onews
rrnetied a tbe Paris drctlOBS.
Hirtx, Feb. 10th. G eaerals Lc Fla and Trochu are
ntussytbc aBdMates elected to tbe Kational As
i in ilsjj Jb tbc Department of Flnlstcrre.
Vsavsaiuxs, Feb. Mhb. The rctcma from eleven
OaputEBesta In the etectlont give majorities to tbe
Measitl iaS clerical candidalrt, but vcrr few Re
Ib(icaia. Tbe aenttoti of the armistice will probabljr be
esca$ta order tbat the Assembly raJ have time
lajxtifect t,be work of restdratlon.
iStb. Ercrjtblnghas been arranged
KBardeaax. A Committee to negotiate a treaty was
s tttclfdad a draft oTa treaty bas been approved by
NaVnrtk Von Mollkc. Tbe treaty will be
atpsed Immediately, and tbe German troops will
tbea toarch Ibrocfh Faris to Strasbourg, and from
ttteaa take tbe railroad for home. " The trains wilt
fallow cacti other as rapidly as possible.
The NatieuAl Astern U j will then adjourn to Paris,
and y.tKegd "wltb tbeTeorgan Nation of France
Hjo Dipartments not occupied by Ibe Germans are
ravaged by bands of France-tircurs, who are pilltg
its travdera and bouses. The terror which reigns
ia tbese Departments Is discreditable.
Ecveiations are btlng made concerning tbe Provis
Saeal Gervcrcment It li ssSd in embers bold immense
.aims oT money made oct 6f contracts, and tbat they
secrcctff cUtpotcd of stores of provisions. It is also
raid it At lrtbe Hotel deTiUe 3,080 bottles cl wine
cre lrsii- Pro visions are pouring In, and prices
EcsuJsFeb-lS. The Gaulle judges from results
of tbe eledlocs la France that the resumption of
the -war Is eot to be expected, and thinks there Is
acarccty a doubt tbat tbe armstlce will be prolonged.
Losdox, Feb. lSlh. II. Toachard was elected to
tLe Satioiul AssoaHy from the Department of
Hautlibin. -Paris lias aulBrirefl'thV contract of u
loan of 00,000.000 francs, and the levy of a munici
pal war tax.
BoKrjEsui,"Fcb. 13. In tbeTJational Assembly
tbe rules and other internal arrangements of the
Chamber .or, 1843, were .adopted, -Tbe -Pcsidcnt
read aleUctfrorn'Oaribaldl j. In which he declines tbe
scat In the Assembly offered him by tbe Departments.-
.- FavrcTorlilmsiir, and In tbelnimi 6fjl)li eoV
leagriesat rlordeaox and Paris, rcflgScd the power
confided them as tbc Government of the National De
fence, lie stated that the Jllnisterljwould remain
ItfofScTlo"maiiitaiuordcrjjntil theconstirutloiitir "
tbe new Government was formed.
., AMKItlCAA'., . .
New Tokk, Feb. 11th. Commodore Aldcn, who
superintended the cmbarkatlon..o7 thb St. Do
'mlngo Commissioners, emphatically" contradicts
the Ttnnuuc Although sensation mongers have
created alarm in the minds of those who have rcla
tires and friends on board, still those best capable of
judging, sec, as yet, no existing canse fonappreben
The gold market bas been affected on the contrary
manner to u hat.was anticipated by some operators
on the street by the negotiations now pending for
tbe settlement of the'quettions in dispute between
this country rind Great Britain. On one band an im
pression exists that England In disembarrassing her
self of the Alabama claims, did it only as a prepara
lion for war with Kussla; and on thcotbcr.band the
rise in domestic prices ol our government eecui ities
iioipuljpercludcs their shipment- to lEuropcbut
Invites Vrcturn or bands fronf abroad, ' HcVce" the
gold market is becoming stronger although the ad
vance is not material.
The marine reporter of the Associated Press at
At pin nail writes under date of February 2d: You
will n6 doubt see some glowing accounts by this
steamer of,CapL,Sclfride. having lounda place fox
ail-ocean steamship canal from tbe Atlantic to the
Pacific. One, and only one, ofjhis meaot across
to me gnu oi san juguci, me oia route oi ucui.
Strain's expedition somcj-ears ago, by the Astruito
River. Captain Sclfridge found a pass .of 'M0 feet
high at tbc lowest elevation, The distance across.
as measured on the chart, Is 130 miles, most of which
Is very low swamp, lau'd. Thidlstnnco from tbc'AU
lanllc to t he Pacific by the route of Panama railroad
Is thirty-seven miles, and tbc summit 2C2 feet above
Ai.TUNr. Jcb. 15th, TheiMontrcal exprcssitraln
left Iscw lork last.nlglit ani o clock, bo minutes
bcbludtime. On .reaching , the bridge at Spuyten
r)uyvll creek, the engineer slowed down, when the
Yonkcrs train which was behind time, came tliun
dcflng round the curve at full speed. Collision .lopk
place which almost totally demolished one car, and
smashed several platforms of other care. The engi
neer oftlicYonkers train, Jumped off, and the con
ductor-was thrown down an embankment, ;"whlle
several passengers were thrown from their bunks
and some seriously injured. Tbc passengers dc
scribe the collisou and its efiects as terrible, and
wonder that many lives were not lost.
Boston, Feb. 10tb. The schooners A. II. Wlnsen
and A. J, Franklin, with their stores and cargo,
e c'orfacrancd to-day at Halifax, as fdrlcited to
the Quccri,by reason oi their violation of the fishery
laws by'thc Vfce-Admiralty Court. Judge' SirAV.
Young In pronouncing judgment, expressed, bis re
gret at the luly Imposed on biiri, and expressed a
hope that the Domlnlou Government would act 11b
crallyjand jymit the penalty in whole, or in part.No-
icc ofau appeal In both cases was given by the de
iIIavanji; Feb.' 10th. Operations uhdcr'Coptaln-
uencrai oimaseoa ucgan January -liti. bmce mat
CC0 periifi have surrendered In the district ul Colon
200 of whom were able to bear arm; 2,000 In CInco
Ylllaiflmosjly women and, children 200 In the East
ern Department and 2,CO0ln the Central Department.
Among'those who surrendered In the Central De
partment are Chic! Andres Domlngncz, 4 officer nml
! men ; Miguel Alontijo, Ignaelo Quesada, Benja
min Biinellrs, Alfonsc Brlnelles and Joaquin .Molla.
According to accounts received by tbc Government,
the insurgents lost 143 In killed In the various en
gagements. The Spanish losses were 11 killed and
23 wonnded: -
In aii,uxccutivc session of tbeScnatc-dav, after
th&freslcientVs ihicssage and accompanyltigfdocu
mcnts were read, Ir. Sumner opposed Jbe Immedi
ate contirniation of commissioners. He said that it
were belter to let the subject go orcr till tbc report
should bp printed, and tbc.jcyate havo time for
their examination. Intbls"Mr. Davis concurn.-d'Mr;
Conkling replied to Mr. Sumner, and urged u im
mediate coulirmailo'u. .The debate tootia"'wide
range, Involving diplomatic relations, ami tbcipfan
proposed for the adustmcnt of the differences be
tween the countries. The Senate adjourned after a
session of 2 hours, without coming to any conclu
sion, but will resume consideration of this subject
NewY'orit, Feb. 10th. 'Washington dispatches
of last night show that the debate In cxcculivo
session of the Senate yesterday on tho President's
message and accompanying documents, took wide
range. Among other issues, thcconstitutional right
or the President to appoint such commission with
out special power befi)g'delcgYti3Tdilm' by act or
resolution of Congress, was questioned. Attention
was called to the fact that tlits Is a departure from
tbc usual mode of making treaties, that power billig
given bys tbe. Constitution "tb the Fresid'eni'a'nd" Sen
ate aloue, but tbc most serious objection made to
the proposition of the message was tbat.it Is too gen
eral in Jts terras. Senators who spoke on the sub
ject wcro desirous that any treaty negotiated shall
cover the Alabama claims and fisheiy question, but
are unwilling that tbc settlement of these shall be
encumbered with claims of British subjects for dam
ages during Fenian raids, or losses Incurred on
account of investing in Confederate Bonds. It is
said tbat by the terms qf the proposition submitted,
these or any other subject of dltlerencc between the
two nations might be raadt'mattcrs of consideration.
Tbc question as to tho pay or tbc Commissioners,
as all except Hoar are now oflke-holders , and as to
the legality cjl Illlams, appointment to an office
created during his term as Senator, were also points
wide were alluded to in the debate.
Mr. Trumbull moved to postpone the whole mat
ter one week, but this was lost. 11c then moved to
refer he nominations to tbc Foreign Relations Com
mittee, and this was also voted down. As a single
objection prevented a Dnal votc on the nomination's
yesterday, tbc matter went over till to-day, when
the Senate will probably go early Into executive,
session for Us continued consideration. Tbc general
impression Is that had a vote been taken yesterday,
the Commissioners would hare been conQrmed.
Representatives of-theNoiih-western' States' 'think
tho Eetxlemeot ol our claims will involve a cession
to the ifnited States of "the British country north
wcs.l of Lake Superior.
The TViiiuw correspondent says' the approval of
tbe steps thus far taken by the Executive, Is widely
expressed If re by men of all partlcSj and there
seemed to.Gefa.gcncral Xceling ofiaaUtfaction that
ourtroublet with England are so nearasettlemnt.
Tho resident's selection of Commissioners meets
general approval also. It Is known that that portion
of tbc Commission coming-from' England will sail
aljOnee, and Itjs altogether probable that the Joint
iflgfi C6 rn mission will 1ia c organ lied a n!d pf bcec'd'eS
tcTbusihess by tbe 1st of March: '" H ' '
The question diicussed Involved ihc cligibility.of
Senator Williams as Commissioner, the Constitution
containinga provision tbat'nd Senator or Represent
ative shall, during the tlino for which be wjselccted,
bcappolntcd to any civil office undcr'Tbc authority
of -the United States, which shall havebee'n created
or tbe emoluments Increased during such time. It
Is thought, however, tbat there wllllie some arrange
ment by' which tbls objection may be avoided.' Tbe
other four Commissioners have been confirmed.
vCOHBtrT.IIbBhCS. ' tfi1 .r
'r ' 1 "' -' '
If Charles Iamb bad been .ia the habit. of
spending tho, winter in the country, and o paying
visits, daring that season to his neighbors, or in
deed to anybody else's neighbors, it .is more than
probable that bo would have added another lo
his list of fallacies. Some paragraph would have
borne for Its bedding, "That a country-house
must bo Pleasant.' There aro various mcthodi
by whicbhh'manbeings are enabled fojgaoge
their progress in the world, and to ascertain theiri
social age.'jpOne" -of -these la-tho loss of illusions.
It may take, place very gradually, but before the
age of thirty-Eve bas been attained the pleasure
of mere visiting is apt to prove .very problem-aticafci'-lloBpfiality
' bas JoEtEo much of'JfLiS
torical character that -the whole .arrangement
savors of a contract for two or three days be
tween host and guest. At a particular time of-
(fwv .nnr (tiroa , fntlP linlrlioa nf ItTOtltV fir
rgtuu juit, iuih v tuui - - - -j v.
thirty men anil women sncceeu one anoiuer in
tbc fashionable country house.
Different reasons induce ditlerrnt people ,to
accept the invitations which are issued. Some
go because it is on their way home from Scot
land, eouio because they hare no home '; others.
because Caserta is a show-house, and they im
agine they will see more 'of- it when slaying
there than when they are under the tutelage of
tho "housekeeper. It is true that tho hostess is
nut equally well informed about her ancestral
pictures, or the royalties who have 'inhabited the
spare rooms, hut then it must be remembered
that she can be got rid oj, while to evade the"
eyes of the housekeeper never entered into the
conception of even the British tourist in his
wildest moments. Wc always feel tempted, like
Mr. I'endennis' friend, to exclaim at last, "And
now, Madam, will you show us the closet where
the skeleton is I" In order lo 'secure the "active
services of tetfm'cn, at least thirty-five must be
invited; and on one occasion .an unfortunate
hostess, ignorant of these great social statistics,
was seen tp enter a-provincial ?rAll-roonTat "the
head of seven girls, destined'to demonstrate for
once the usefulness of man. It is needless to
remark (bat;tho ten men and , ten women who
ultimately arrive, so far from suiting one another;
have probably borne a particular hatred against
each other for past seasons. A general sense of
antagonism -prevails'; not that it matters much,
as the visit does not probably extend over three
or-jfour nights; during which time a cultivated
man with a good memory may employ his "whole
faculties in a successful endeavor to recollect tho
names of the guests. Kotliing, perhaps, is more'
trying to' the "nerves than tho 'arrival, and the
entry into a liajf-lit drawing room, where through
tho fog can bo seen dimly-teacups and, bonneted
women. - You search for your hostess in vain,
and eyentvally discuss the dangers pf the journey
with your host, whom it is needless to say you
have never spoken to before. After seeing four
relays of women drink tea, the unhappy guest is
colduoted, through yinhumerablecataconibs, 'op
countless stairs, down corridprs like the galleries
of a coal-pit, to what proves to bo somebody
else's bed-room. The search continues, and is at
last rowarded .by success. . More; trouble may.
howevery-attend-him. .A neighboring grandee
Iras' been 'waited for, and 'dinner does not take"
place lill half past eight. It is sad to think that
there should bo people who care about their
dinner ; the ancestors, restored und varnished.
lookcd.donn withproper.confonipt, saying, ' Wc
dined in the middle of the day, but we were
nobles; you are ii honrgeoiSie, living in a "fash
ionable middle age.'," If the. wine is bud, a
magnificent creature dblesltout, and the imagina
tion may dwell with pleasure .on the fact that the
cold entree first assumed consistency in a mediae
val ki'che'nTI.. In, fact; cictues without number
present themselves. Tho rich man labors under
many disadvantages in comparison with the owner
of-five 'Of-six thousands aiypar.. His-dining-room
is often at a greater distance from his
kitchen . Jlls jIogtcal;ddwager,'or unrealoriabie
gourmet may, notwithstanding, often be seen in
a stato of painful depression and partial indiges
Tho ball takes place on Ihe following evening.
attraction, and offer some excuse for tho forma
tion of a party. It is cruel to drag a man away!
from his business or his pleasures in order that he '
may tako part in ra'tional'coiivcrsatioti, live with
agreeable people, or see a beautiful couu jry.- He
must cither shoot away three hundred cartridges
each morning, and thus retire to bed with the
consciousness of a well-spent day, or he must be
taken to a ball. He may congratulate himself if
thc'.ball i3 given in;thojhou3o'ot which' hojis stny-
ng, though, should it take place at tho country
town, ho may employ himself lo.advanlago in
studying tho component parts.of the society in
which he finds himself. Itelics of real feudalism
arc often to bo observed in provincial ball rooms.
There is a privileged end of the room, with priv
ileged scats, where the daughters of the neighbor
ing baronet and the recently ennobled squire mon
opolize the fire and recognize the dog. Affecta
tion can go no further. Lady Ularncy treats the
local authorities' witi7tfiatTc6ntcmpt 'which' 'they
expect, and without which jtlie eveningwould lose
its peculiar zest. Her daughter shows her nicety
y stipulating that her rts-a-Hs should belong to
the unlettered classes, and occasionally sits down
on the floor with her head in her mother's lap, in
order to show the country people that all things
arc permitted, to persons who, have spent three
monius oi inc year in town. ,iien in qccer coats
write their partners' names on queer little cards,
aniljlook excited. The wax candjes fall fast up
on them, and the dust from the floor gradually en
velops them. Odd dances aro gone' through, iu
which tho monotony of thrrqnadrillo is pleasantly
broken, and great originality prevails. Happily
for everybody, Caserta -withdraws its augnst pres
ence at an early period of the evening, belieing,
as is no doubt the case, that the servants will
rhjdy themselves more when they arn gone. It
is a complete mistake to suppose that county cx-
clusiveness has ceased to exist ; in sheltered sit
uations in, the midland counties it flourishes o a
wonderful extent, and is looked upon as a great
bulwark against the inroads of democracy a word
or doubtful import, bat supposed to be nn attri
bute of manufacturing plutocrats whp may desire
to settle in the country, and so become the salva
tioa of mortgaged squires and rcplenishefi' of
their spare tedrooms. London Saturday lie
rictc. " ;
Licenses Expiring in March, 1871.
Itctfiil.-HONOLULU, Oahn U, Ab Huoa, Sd,
II. Hopper. 31it, Anfonio Manuel. 8th.' (Iran.
walrt i Schntto. ith, J. WiddifiMJ. 10:h. P. tr.
osbrookt. IJtb, I. Iticbardson. IStli. Tho'. A. S.
Wills. 16th. Tun; Fat. 20lh, Fireher A Roth. lUh,
Daniel Jlontsomcry. IStfa, C. Brewer t Ctf. 19th,
PacShnn. 11 A7 AEKf. Koloa. Kauai ISth. Ahman.
WAIANAE,.O.ihn 18lh, Ak Cbonj;. IAIB,0Iia
lTlh. JTeVektr." LANAl ICtfi, W.'M. Gibson: iTEnf,
South Kona, UawaH 53d, John Grace.- YA I0HIXU.
Kau 25ti ..Chuug Uoaa. .
30th, C. Brewer. j s." )
AVltolesale. Spirit. nOXOLULrJhtb.I. C.
Challataei! 3tsi. VF. A". HnmphTejsV " :
Horse. HONOLULU 10th,AIex.Kellj-,:io.l9S.
2Ub.Napabukapn, No. 197. 29th, Kahanu,No.l9S.
30th, Kapipilanl. No. 199.
Lapaati. HEEIA. Koolaapoko. Oahn 14th,
Umilkl. KALIUI-Hth.ijhule. SUUAKC Hthr
Kahalehili. W AIATJTAVJ 5'h"(- Jrehfktdifj' fHQNU
AULA 15thV Kapono. MAN0A 18thT Mahoe". KI
PAHUtUf Maair21t, Kuaaoa. WAIAKAE-lBth,
Butcher. nONOLTJLUTtb.TJeorge Riselr.
Boat. HONOLULU lith, Kanekoa, No S7."
17tb, Waiwal, No. 58.
KilliarJs. HONOLULU 30lh,Jmca,OldU.,
PuMii ShowH0N0tULTP-2Clh'Le Rj
and, per Lemon.,
BEST English Portland Cement. For sale
by 2J B0LLES X CO.
f STATIONERY, '&C.
STEAM IN THE PACIFIC
1871 gg 18T1
PERIODICAL AND NEWS AGENCY
FOR THE NORTH PACIFIC. .
HAYIJCG BERV FOR TWENTY TEARS
MtaMfehed In thi eltj m Agent fur tboltaliiif Aueri
faa and tiropeaa
Enjoying Oie best Facilities for Supplying Sub
scribers ai ihe Jjoitest Fossible Cosi,
The utrfarelgnH tolicIU lb eonUnnanc of'tLo pttrootge of
liu memi4ia patron. aa will Le fared wan fromptneM
anl entire a tie fiction, e tenia tbe amalledt matters.
As tbe steam line ii iiovntanluLed, connecting Ifoootnln
with San FnncUco and tbe Colonies, monthly JV'A'irrOA'A",
LOXDOX AXD AUSTRALIAN rUBLlCA7lOXSll tie
Within 10 to HO days from the dnte ofpabll
And at prices that barely coTer tbe coat cf ratscrfptlon ani
Papers Delivered Free of Postage or other Charges
in any part or mo uronp. a -
Back numbers of theUadtric Monthlies' an 3 Weeklies al
wars on band. Jilea made op at bott notice fjrirbalemen
Subktrlpllons Pajnble Ahvnj In AUvance
New Turk Weeklj Ilerald.... ,
Weekly Tribune '
WeeUj Timer :
4 Weekly .Ledger, (a story iper)...t.,,
The" New York Weekly, (a-story paper)
Tbe New Vwrk Irish American. ws.
Tlie Home Jynmal,
Scientific Araerioin , ,.7;..
Bustun Weekly Journal
Boston Weekly Adrcrtiser . ...
Kery ltiirday (illastrated. monthly parts)
Bostun Weekly True FUg...
Tlie NewTotk Nation..
... .6 00
... 5 00
Tbe Citizen and Itfmnd Table...
Ncjr Tori. Courier ilea F.tata Unit (French), ......
Xeir York Wetllj ZfitonR (Ocrmaa)
New York 0'uTo31cmdo(l'ortO;ruel illuftrate! .
Ilarper'a IlluitratctI Veklj... , 500
' " llaur 500
Leslie's Wtvkljr., ....... ... ..... v 600
" Zeitung (German)..... ...... 5 CO
" " Chfmniry Corner .'. 5 00
" " lioJgetef Fnn. ...... ... .... 6 00
Apleton'f llliutratcdJournal (inoothlj parts). 600
Boston Erery Satnnlsj (montMy part).... "......'....'. 6 00
Hearth and Home (fur the finulyanii Car in) ... ,4, .....6 00
London Illustrated f4ps.. ......... 14 00
" " (Jniphlc-. ;; H00
" Weekly runcli...... , , 8r
Aews of the World, 12 namters, 20 cents each.,... 300
steamer Bulletin. " " 3 00
The American Apricolturilt (monthly) 2 50
Leslie's Budget of Fun (monthly) ,.. 250
The Scientific American 4 00
The Country Uentjenutu (weekly) .. 300
Itural Xew Yorker (veekly) 400
Army'and Nary Jooraal ' .- 8 00
Our Young Folks (monthly) ... 3 OO
ine loniix's lAmpanlon (weekly) 250
IJemore.t'8 Youne; America (monthly) 300
The Chicago Little Corporal (weekly) 250
ne Boston usey (utonthly) ... ... 250
Slerrj's Unsenm, Bo.tdti (monthly). 250
Children's Hour (monthly). ......... .... 2 50
San Francisco Weekly Bulletin 000
" " Alta 6 00
tacjamenlg )teckly union .. ...Gft)
San Francisco Commercial ierald ... ..10 00
Weekly Pacific , ,500
" Kews Letter 7... ..-ti...8 00
Orerland Jlonthly 5 00
faiiy Alta lAMornu.,
Daily Bulktln .
Nevr York Indejtendent (Congregational organ) ...
Cliristian Union (II. W. Beecher'a Mer).., .......
... 4 00
. .. 400
... 4 00
Jieiv York uhserTer(Prcsliyltriaa)f 3 .
laoiei (uiuoiici ,
Boston Vilvt (CatboIic),v,...-.r,i.w..2 4 00
London Illnftrated Newa 1100
rail Mall J incite 13 00
Kxamlncr 13 00
Krenini; Mail (trl-neekly Times) . CO UO
" BclJ Life. ..'jfj'it .,,....fc.....J300
rfCi;itnr.larlew . PZ.tt.fiA.W . ST.k U3 00
IJoyil's Weekly Times 10 00
fiatare'-'' - 1 . sn nJj r
London Art Journal
" Soeiety Magazine...
. " Cornhilt Magazine,.
Ttelgratia Slsffazine..'. .
Tcl9Ie Bar Magazine,... ,.
. 6 0U
j.ngusn society . , ,
All the Year llonnd, (Dickens' Magazine)
Blackwood's 31.mthlyV:r.'. i...r7 e J...
Cliamlcrs' Jonrnalr..' .i..T ...
C.oodAVords .;,.ii:i.k..r.l;....i.i.. .i.'.i.ij
London Quarterly r. .n. 100
Westininter Quarterly ; 400
blluburgli Quarterly ... ...t 4 00
North British Qnarteily 400
Littell's UTlng Age (meekly) 10 00
Boxton Waverly Magazine...,.......... '.,.-,......., 800
Kclectic Magazine. ,f.w..... ....... 6 00
Hunt's. Merchant's Magazine ...... 600
Harper's Mafriuo 'i'.. .l ,'.... 500
Atlautic Monthly .v '. ; i... 500
Scrihncrs 31onthly ... ...i'. ....c500
Leslie's Magazine. ......,., 500
Oodey's Lady's Book ,i 5 00
Demorest's Monthly., .,'.....'5 00
Tho Calazy ..'. . .......... 600
Orerland Monthly .', 5 00
I'eterson's Magaztue 300
Arthur's IJidy's Slagazing ,,, f 3 00
Our Young Folks..... , 3 00
Sahhath at Home (Tract Society'a Monthly) ... 4 00
The Australasian (weekly).'.! ..10 1)0
The Town and Country Journal ............ i.'jV. ...... llO 00
Melbourne Illnstratrated Aeas r ...... ..10 00
The Weekly Sydney Herald.. ,,,'. 0 00
Devoted Exclusively to Music.
Hitchcock's MagAziiie. ..;
Peter's Musical Monthly...
fsr- Any rcriodlraL., not in this list, will he ordered at
any time, aod sopplied at cost and charges.
Address II. M. 'sVIllT.NKY.
Hon.dulii.lS71., , 513 wc
FAIiL TRADE XmO,
Best A I Hawaiian
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
jZ35- Tbe abort Beef ii packed by an experienced
Butcher, cured In LiVerpool Salt, and packed irj
Turk's Island Salt. Tbe best refertnjee jean b
giren. For sale in .quantities to suit by ; ,
THE0D. C. HEUCK,
Honolnta,' SepL Hth.lSJO. 35-fiai
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
OFFER TO THE TRADE
A Large and:-well Assorted -Stock
Ex Late Arrivals, i - .f
ALKeasaBaWe BilWaBi eHLiberal
Ters to Salt the Tiaest : i-'
200 BBLS,;pf OREGON ELQ.TJR?
TOST RECEIVED, ASD TQU SXVU.
JC. BREWER. A CO,
- MERCHANDISE, &0.
Ex "A. J. POPE,"
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
From tho celebrated manufacturer, A. BOND, Farisj
Shall We Say More? Tes!
Wa will sar tber were ordered bj A. II. 1LAYELL,
wha was well qualified to jndge of their superior
qualities, he being a first-class musician, and baring
dealt in these Pianos for sereral year in Australia,
These Pianos are in' Jbeantifal Italian walnut cases,
and aro in splendid condition) baring been paoked in
nac lined cases.
TWO SUPERIOR FIAPIOS
In Rosewood Cases, from the well-known bouse of
HALLUTT A CCMrSON. Boston. Also, direct from
London per "A". J, rope," a Eoc' assortment of
. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Harmonium!, Yiolinf, Organ. Concertinas,
Guitars, Violin ami Irtiitar btnngs,
Tiano Strings and Felt, Musical
Boxes, distorted; Organ,
Hegulation Drums and Toy Drums.
Also a large assortment or
EX LATE ARRIVALS,
All of which will bo sold CHEAP FOR CASH at my
Ware Rooms on Fort Street. Particulars in adrer
tisement next week.
49 3me C. E. WILLIAMS.
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
.Ancl Por Salo 'kyy
HENRY fi. LMOLTE,
Cor. Quoen & Huuanu trocts,
Direct from the Manufacturers!
Tlio 3JJra.ct Y sisOJrtTr oxavt
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ever Imported Into this 9Iarkcff
UK OFFERS' AT UK ASONABI.E RATES,
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash !
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
. W. WIDD1FIELD,
IVouW Cnll the Attention of
PLANTERS, MERCHANTS & MECHANICS
TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HARDWARE !
For the Wauls of the Island Trades
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO Giyj? ME A GALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AS JIAiYY TJIIXaS WILL BE SOLD
JSTot, Only fit Cost,
BUT IN MANY INSTANCES,
GREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAJi'B JIOOM
FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT
agricultural and Oilier Implements,
Coming- iVom lliu Ilatsl.
Tlie Usual Discount Made to the Trade!
SSf Orders' from the oilier Islands respectfully
solicited, promptly attended to oml filled with care.
VS No Connection with the Firm across the Way.
THOS. C. THRUM'S
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER harioz purchased the ioterest
of Messrs. BLACK A- A OLD in the Stationery, News
and Fcriodical Business, still continue tbe tame and
KEEP CONSTANTLY Ofi HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap, Legal-cap, Letter,
Koto and Billet, and Harpers' Envelope,
Account-current and Bill Taper,
Cluth-lined, Ve'ilam, White, Blue,
Buff and Canary Enrelonrs.
Black, Copying and'TVriting, Violet, Blue,
Carmine and bympatbetis Inks, Fens and
Holders, Ihkstands A Pencils in varietr.
Files cap and letter site. Letter Clips, .,
Taper fasteners, ltouber, Erasers. Knlers,
renrack's, Bed Tape, Rutber Batfds, "
Sealing Txj Notarial Seals, Ae.
Illniilf IIoo1h, I.otlsrcrs, Journal,
Day, Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
scrap, Log, Jlcceipt and Jiote Books,
Penn's Letter Boolis, with ink,
I'ress Conyioc Booka.-
Drawing Faper, Blotting Paper and Boartlf,
urisiot lioarus, iatcr uolors, iJominoes,
Chess and Backgammon Boards,
Star predicated Paper, Ac
To tbe abore. with a largo Sapply of'
AMERICAN & ENGLISH PERIODICALS B EVERY MAIL
will shortly be expected, aTull and complete ass't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY"
of celebrated makers.
TllO rHyr-llln-H-n fj TrfViynTy
JJ-tVill contain StanrffrJ Worts of Fiction, and
New Books will bemadded by crery Steamer.
J. F. -Smith's-, Dickens'. Balwera, D'lsroeli's,
Eugene Sue's. Wilkie .CoIlinsV MarryaU,
Miss Braddon'a, Mrs. Henry 'W'oodV,
Mrs". Ellen M"o04',MissMnlbacliV,Theksray'f
Mrs. Orej'a Vietor llago'l. 8. Arthur's,
Fiereft Ki gin's, and others are now on, hand.
33T BY THENEXT STEAMER wni be added
Anthony Trollope's, Amelia's. Edwards';
Annie Thomas'; Mrs. Ollphanl', Goo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Chas. Lerer's. Miss Mullock'
Cbuv Read's, and Mrs. .Soathwortla'i, together
with aH the Latest Morels.
EagTaTing, CaligTaply, Stencil Cotting 4 Copyiag.
Tnankrnl for V'ltSrcrs'ftliiadfe-rtlsef hopes, iy
jtriet'atientierf to batioeMaad't? VaaWof Va pat
rons, to meet with a eoBtfaaee of the tsae. -
S3 All orders fromj the Country and 'tbe othe
Islands, promptly' attended to, at the lowest ratal,
Honolulu, SepL 27th, lS?0-37-6m
THEOD. C. HEUCK
OFFERS FOR SALE
JELe c eive c3. ,
HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI
A LARGE AND SPLENDID
SELECTED WITH SPECIAL CARE
EXPEESSLY FOR THIS MABKET
English, German and French
DRESS GOODS & CLOTHING
Consisting 'In Part as follows
IjUtKNCII CASIIMEItU, MEUINOS, ...
' Coborgs and Baratheas, Italian Cloth, ,4 ,.
Blue, Brown and White Cotton Longcloln,
HeaTy Denims, Superior Whito Linen,
Whita Muslins and Jaconets,
Black and mixed. Broadcloth,
Victoria Lawns, White and Bluo Flannels,
Doeskin, lluck Towels,
Men's Fine Merino Shirts
White Linen and Mourning Handkerchiefs,
Linen Sheeting. Coatings and Wadding,
White Sewing Cotton, assorted,
Col'a Linen Thread..
- Linen, and Paper Collars, Cotton Cano Uinbcllas,
White Quilts, Dutch, tape.
Crochet Cotton and Patent Eiscnyarn,
Ladies' Whito Cotton Hose,
Gents' Brown Cotton half-boso,
Button Rings, t
Brown and Whito Cotton Undershirts,
Patent Highland Flaying Cards,
riiilocomc. Pomade and Macassar Oil,
A Lot of Fancy Articles
; A Choico Assortment of
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods
Clothing and Hosiery.
uroad ana iiruuanr, uioms
Sail ill cry, Jroccrie,
Iaints mid Ollw,
AND THE BEST BRANDS OF
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER
qts 1 pts Deetjen A Schroodcr's Star brand.
Dcst French Clarets and Brandy,
Rhine .Vine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in cases and in built.
Spnrliliii;; Hock, in qnarta and plots,
lort "U'liic, Hoil-H Malt Kxtrnct
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of the best make and manufacture.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of tho newest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril
liancy of tone.
Three Largo Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,'
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Numerous to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade
jlir" For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
C ul Hand!
jyjc.HUKHAA''S Fresh Oysters,
So. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Rope 1, 2, 21 and 3 inches,
Havana Cigars the best in the market,
Swiss, California and Limbnrg Cheese,
r ' i T
Bpica Salad Oil; Century i forest, Boselobaceo
New Styles or LVdles' Trimmed Hats,
Cents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ac, Ac,
' Tor Hale Clicaii,
. (? .. i- 1.1. -j ' .1 ;
at the .Store, of - ... i . . .
Honolulu, Sept. Hth, 1870 35-tf
-M. IJICtfSnV fill...!
tho Qalterr on Fort Strmf.
I side, between- King anil Hotel Sts.,
fr and Is now prepared to take Ii.
tared of. sdt asMtirml fl :
2r Island Views for Salel 13-Cme
Paints and Paint Oi!r .
HUUKAItD'S Ucst Boiled Oil.
Jlnbbard'a WhiU Zinc,
Hubbard's White Lead,
J.T. W., White liad.
Farley Paints, a general assortment.
For sale by
BOLLES i CO.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Slans,
I 5 "r "ir'S." u HAND auid far SaJe,
J u-oui the well-known ' - '
QPERM OIL Warranted '0iMf:..,Toi
sale by 2 ' B0LLKS-fc:C;M
' AND 5 " -
Consisting in Part of .
Finest Whita all Wool 4-4 Flannel., ,
Finest White, all Wool Angola WhlleFlanaeU,
dood Grey and White all' Wool '
Flannels; Ifxi Dleached Sheering,
Amoskeag Denims, Jeans, Drills anda,.
Bleached and. Unbleached CotUns.te
A Snp'r ass,t-of Stationery,
Water Lined ifote Paper '
White Baled Note Paper. ' "
Whito Ruled Xaid Leaf, Letter andTill Paper;
White, Can" and Amber aod Letter' and.Noto
ry an't .JMelible. jindCarierJa Jtapyjngjnk,
Artists' i Book'-keeren' Flexible Ruierr,
Smith; &; Weason'a rtstoli a Cartridges,
Hair Girths, Stirrups Leathers,
S"anish Trees, Cronpers and Bridles,
Oak Belting. Street Brooms,
. Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Xtalisus. PacklBS Lace. JL.catlicr,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zino A Lead, In 1,-2 a 2i B container
Paris and Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Uraber..iienner,
Patent Dryer, VermiUion,
Whiting i'lusaiio. Blue, Bladders of 'Tatty,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Fnrnitara Varsisb,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, CoSea Mills;
Hammer A Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks,
Croiers,. Uowels, and Champering Knlrcs,
. Carpenter's Planes,
Fore, Smooth, Jaek k Jointers, '
Cut Nails, 3, 4, 8,' 8, 10. 12, 20, 30, 40, SO asd
60d, Boat Nails, 1, U.U 2 inch,
.-, .Pressed Nails. 2 J2i iach , .
Cooper's R'trcts, t. 7 t Ihs,
Copper Rivets a Bars',' I,
I I inch. Gimp Tacks, v
Iron a Copper Tacks of all. sues.
Best Rubber Hose.i, J. 1. 1 a.2kIneh, ,
Centrifugal, Varnish, Paint. WhltejATash
and Scrub Brnshos, Cor'd Tin Pails," , . . .
, 1, 2, 3, 4, C. S, 10 L 12 quarts.
Covered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. Thinges,iteels,
Hammers, Ganges, Squares, Chisels,
Angers, SlcTes, Lime Sqneeier?,
Yard Sticks, Bang Starters, Axes,
Shovels, Spsdes, Oos, "Lanterns, ;
Kagle Horsi), A and O Plows and .'jf.
Points, Paris Plows, extra, hf aryland strong,
Protoxide I t Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's Whito Pino Compound,
Fails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc
lo-rncr Kerosene Oil,
From tho Boston House.
And Many Other Articles,
A LI. TO HE- SOLD lOW.
Pro Bono Publico,!"
M. S. GRINBAUM & C.0M
AND IN TRANSIT,
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
'IIso Larp;cftt and
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
ON THE HAWAIIAN GKOTJI'f
Consisting in Fart of, tix the CelebraUd
Scotch Tweed Suits I
Cashmere, Cloth tc Drill Ganncnti,
in nil rarieties, -
Complete Black Dress and Walking Suits,
lioja iibite Linen Cashmere
and Cloth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Cents' Furnishing: Goods.
Saratoga and Genu' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DA VIES ACQ'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Dairies A Jones, In all grades. '
Over-shirts! OvcrsUlrlxI Orcritlilrtkl
in Grey Flannel, Diagonal,
Printed and Crimean. -
ALL OF THESE GOODS
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PBICES!
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery! Hosiery! Hosiery!
For Cents', Ladles and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENCLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
Boots and Shoes,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS!
At tlio very loiTCkt ioh11jIo. 1i-I-.
By tho original package.
AN ASSORT MTME" JT T OF
f-rench Gaiters & Pumps,
Of,11' Latest Styles, warranted genuine, -of the .
.WJ?t malerjal. Asloeonstantlr on hand
The -vrj- heat Importallona if Manila Cigars J
For Sale by
M. S. CRIN1AUM &CO..
Ship, Chandlery, aQd " Shii Stores !
rpiIC T.AKCEST ASSOntME on-
BOLLES A CO.
t Hemp GMagfe! j i
bl&S sVIannfaetorstj 7?!, ui irr ,i r-.i...
io bond or dutr nsij. Frfr"i' fc. '
ia?rtutypHar.i' For salo' by '-HI jtji,
. . . JlOLLEg A- CO.
ia lloiii or Dul li45l "
for sale by
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