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DAY, - - - MAECH 8th,
A. M. AT SA LESROOM,
oaialinf la part a fallow '
r, Smrhong and Pouchong Teas,
r (ovr. Ginger Cutngna' T'
l t-'Uks, Pena Dress",
O ITJanihi Cigars,
- - -
Very Good Kind. "i . ,
r t ' . I
' ' if
.,;f.r Shoe. Clan Sl.os $ bl-pptrs.
' r . il.Uun. ILuns. J
frite Glass Cloth and
14 XDKKRCIIIKF.S I
'& X-tting': Looking Glasses,
M'ttliiyj. CMnn Tobaero, t.r
f or sugar or rice. Rattan Mailing,
C3VERED CAMPHOR TRUNKS !
tTo- -I Tnmk. Jjiaiher Trunks,
- - I -
TA TEA SETS,
inner Sets, SOO pieces.
Aa Assortment of
AND IVORY WARE,
1 WOhK BOXES.
styles of Furniture !
C II J IRS. SCTTES. .
' 3TOXE TABLE FOR THE GARDEN,
$TO!fE POSTS. Etc., Etc
!- . ; : r. . .
, ADAMS, Auctioneer.
it - -
ust lteceiveu uy ,
i Sc COOKE, AGENTS
TUB TIA CTAIIAN ISLANDS,
A X D I IS CO C A RTRI D G fS,
'CAPi A5D rCSB FOB. BAMB. ' la
blCFELD & GO.
- . i i . .
lei For Hale,
. 5.' itXmi
an Bark Ka Moi!
UVED FROM LONDON 1
s of wm
jted with GreatCare
'RIXTS. F.:Cr LILAC. AND
win- Print, Twi.led Chiois Print. Fancy
na La a 04. Mquit Netting,
i Coiwir, B:a-k Aliarea. - " ? .
ana aad Cne, W-nlen DresOiK4, S
itoe Hr.d t.hb, '
' Md.H MoWskios,
:1Vhite Duck. 1
'.lh. Lite Miirtlng aad Lnnrcinth,
Cl.xh, llrwwa aat LI or Cottio Drills,
n so B oe Cotton, Ticking,
.. very heavy. ,' tT
, assorted copirs,' ' ' 1
P LINEN SHEETING!
uits. rin Linen Imperial.
' art Cotton Turkey Towrla,
' toaxony FUnnd,
! Socka. U.lpei wnita Hose.
k Table Covers
Secktiea, Fancy Alpaecs, BlooaM, ,y '
tnen Bosom' Shirts.
airt,U!ck9v7 Eaira, .
ladershirt,' ' . .
ii I nderstturta.
a t ndeohirts. r
i rDSdsrsT Stack SHg rmbreua,
ll Mtica, Blue Cotton Threa t
Couoa Uirths, Feather Doler.
3d liistj? a oiii
iroond Whi:a LJ,'
M Venetian ,J,
Twin. Scotch UcipCao.
-li,Uaadhca,yr ". if I'
Irwnlisx , 1 inch.
Tana , een. Babb-ts Metal.
rV, u, ) n h,
ro aaek" . .d Tali. i . '.
" ' . , 4 J a
nr. Faoev Ct.jc-.i. .
Java, oil, V 1. T-. . -m .
4 Omif warr,'- - J ' L . ,
?nssges in Tie,
WCfeee. ; , ' J
;,h. " Vinegar Is Demljoho and bbl.
Seed JJiscnita, J M D"
and "wv.- Knm in Barren.'-' i-' it
Co-. Ale, Claret in Boxes,
setdcLtas nrbsaatle Schnapps.
U Whiskey. Maaita Horse Rope
i'. Pilch io half carrels,
w, fin Brack square and arch,
w Metal and Cora posji Ion Kail.
"owdev in lb Tina; i
Hew Oil ghook, - r " i
Maviiey mmo coat
BY C. S. BARTOW.
TUESDAY, '- 21AHCH 7th,
AT.10 O'CLOCK A. M, AT SALES ROOM,, , ,
'Will be soM 1
Varied Assortment of Dry Goods
General Merchandise !
C. P. BARTOW, Aaetioocer.
E VIE IV I JST O S A JL E
STATUARY AND MARBLE WARE !
i?.'' - ' - . Comprising - ' ."
TtoES, OEOUPS, BASKETS, PLATES,
On Friday-and Satorday Eienlngs.
March lOlb aa4 lllk.
A a-jada a 7:3Q P. at Salesroom, I will Sell at A action
.Oo" . .- by Catalogue, aa ' ;
Elegant assortment Fine Italian Statuary,
Imported by Messrs. Iiolognesi & Palmieri,
Direct from Florence. .
Will Ve aa 'Exhibition Taarxlar, Irlarcai 9,'
At 10 O'clock, A. U.
O. 8. B All TOW. AaetioBeer.
1 y .
TARO IArWWcV HOUSE LOT
OH SATTTEDAY, - MAECH lltn,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOOX,
I will Sell at Public Auction oo the Premise, . ,
Tn oTaro Patches & House Lot,
KNOWS A3 AUAYTIOLIMIV
Situated a short Uitaoce from SetivA Street. For further par-
tkuiari. apply to
. C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Will Shortly be Sold,
Enfield Bifles, Doutle Barrel Shot Guns,
Ptitola, Sharp Elf'itera for Target Practice.
Seta Silrer Plated .Ilaraeaa, IIor Carrra,
' Etc., Etc, '
Sale of Buildings, and Lease of Land
On K.ine Street, Honolulu.- --
Bf Order of J. W. Ar8TI5i q , Eiecotor of the Will of
E. B. COFFIN, deocaaeil, will be aol-1 at Public Auction
On.Satnrday, the 4th day of March, 1871,
" " At 12 O'clock, M., '
Oo the Thirjrmn prensisea, nearly opposite the Station Hnoae on
Kins ir. Hoaalula, the Two Wooden UuiWinps, occupied
by VI illiam Duncan fur many years as a Blacksmith Shop and
Carriage Shop, the same to be rrtnoed from the premises.
Ihiividitkly'fftrr the above sale, on thftaid prevtises,
hy order of J. W. ATSTIS. Trustee of S. Rrynslila, will
be soM at Public Ax-tin. lot tbe trrns of TKN YKAK.S from
the 4th of March, 1871. at a yearly rent, the !- mf tU
Lssd, upon a rt of which the tao sshI buiM'npa sUdU,
the whole land to be leased measuritiff sixty-fire fret on Kiog
Ptreet. and esieoding in the rear One Hundred and M::e Feet,
iocludinr. a Two-stry lwellins; House standins: in the rear of
the said premises, the whole fnrmitie; a desirable Investment,
as the land may he made available fur improvements.
For farther particulars, apply to
J. w. At STIV, Executor and Prustee,
.. , .. Or to C. S. BAKTuW, Auctioneer.
Best English Portland Cement.
f7H)R SALE 11 V
A. W. PEIRCB k. Co.
ESiibbiick 's Paints and Oils !
TT'OR SALE Br
hV f 1
r 11 tt
A. W. PEIECE tr CO.
AV Siiptirlbr aLot 6r Anchors !
RUM ONE TO' T WESTT-FITE CWT.
-Chain -Cables, -'' .
From 1-2 to 1 S inch, all tested. For Sale by ,
til 4t ' ' A. W. PIERCE k CO.
For Salc, Two? Elegant;
ROSEWOOD COTTAGE PIANOS !
a M A SPPACTHRE I B V T. . C
Y'"t 1 Meyer at Hamburg, 3 strings, 8 ocuve, of a full
and brilliant tune. , f
tJIAnCSK IKOX SAFES,
Burglar and Fire Proof, for examination at the Store of
1 13 THKOD. C. IIECCK'3, Fort St.
SUGAR PLANTATION FCIl SALE!
fills PROPERTT CONSISTS OF
Y 19 acre in Fee Simple, with dwelling House,
. A Sagar lloase. Boiling and Oathoossa thereon.
The Fixtures are a Small Mill with horse power. 1 Clarifier,
1 Co- k-r. 20 Iron tryers, V0 omI kryers, foundation for boil,
tne rrie4 five frame sat and smoke stacks, foundation for
centrifugal and tank to centrifugal, sheet iron for a boiling pan
r-wrtb taoa so roak it.- - - -
fA acres of Oaaa that will yield" two tons to the acre on 180
acre of the beit of sugar lan J, Cane rea.ly for the mi l Novem
ber next ; land leased for 10 years at (36 per year, with privU
ik-ge of-rxtetitioa.. Afsn, 1 tax horse wagoo, 1 ore, 4 har
nesses, 27 head of choice Cattle, Blacksmith Tools. Shop Tools,
Piartalnm Tools, e.
Ttis property I triah to dispose of; aa we are abodt to tuve
Che Islands ' - -- .-w
TJ- Terms Cash or approved paper.
Inquire of KOBKKT BROWN, or
r i . . . . WALEfcR a ALLKN, ,
,, ., N. CHALET, on the premises.
for Sale in Quantities to Suit,
WHALE AND SPERT-l OIL
j23 .. : , , br II. IIACKfELOfc CO.
Ft. A".' SCHAEFER &rCO.,
Offer to the Trade.
A Large and Well Assorted Stock
. c Ex Lata Arrivals,
At Reasonable Rates and on Lib
eral Terms to suit the Times.
. , H Jib ., . '. 8 "
il 1 . mm l ' ' .
For Sale, Cases of the Celebrated
nOFF'S ill ACT EXTRACT ' !
IMPARTS NEW LIFE, AM1VICOR TO
the weak and the iovalid. at . '
f is THKOD. C. HECCK, Fort St.
I APPRECIATION OK TIIK lfa.
ha met with, several copies of
Mark Twain's very popular work
ha been added and which will b loaned at 50 Crala per
Week, or part week, thus giving rapid readers the benefit
of time gained. Also,
Ouida's &Grac4 Aquilar's Complete Works,
Poo Qmisote, Arabtaa KUrhts, and snany other new Books Jki
'.: I ; ,i- .1 . cot ha baeo added. ,i . r :
How is the Time to get Cheap Beading !
Book loaned at from ta 60 cents each.' accord Inr to their
value. No Book to be. re-toaoed without accounting
. for the same.
The Ifist fllng ever offered in Honolulu, and jus
Ja2'" ' ' ' ' what is wanted.
i F1 or S ale 1
k- a. - S
IA3I AlVIv 'CATTLE
7 Oo tU Island ol Hawaii .
W .S-S v. . - .,. .t.
ftTIlE LARGE AXD.TALC
aJIalHd iaodif KAllCEC, aiUated Ur
a the District of Kao, Island of Hawaii
with 8EVF.N HUNDRED and FORTY HEAD
' a jttle. TTDere ararsopposerl So be la this tend One
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Acres, a portion of which t
good grazing land, and suitable for cattle and sheep. Tha
land abounds in Polo, it being considered the best pulu station
to th island.' A afersoa u ready to lease the Goat ran for $300
"aoaa fcra number of year,: the whole fornnag a .cued
opportunity for investment.
For particular apply to
.fll. ; w:-su:; J.' W. ACSTTS, Hoaoluln.
North Pacific Transportation Company.
San Francisco and Oonolul a Route
Ihc Caapara Spleairfid A 1 Slfamifaia
:' ; .. . : . . ..4 '
M OSES, TAY L O R !
B.8.fLOrP, - - COMMANDER.
" Will 1t Saa Fraariac
On or (abont... ........ March 16th
Will Learc IJMlala.
On .or about... .........March 28th
Cargo for San Francisco will be received at all timea in the
Steamer's Warehouse and receipta for the sanus given by the
onilersisned. Xochanre for Storage or Cartage. . .
- Fire risks in Warehouse not taken by the Company.
' Insdrmnee gnarantead at I wer rates than by sailing vessels.
Particular care taken of shipments of Fruit.. . .' .
X7 Shipments from Europe and the Cnited States, intended
for these Islands, will be received by the Company in 3an Fran
cisco, if cousiKoed to them, and be forwarded by their Steamers
to Uoooiala,ree chary, except actual outlay. .
: ty Passenger are requested to take their Ticket before 12
o'clock on toe data of sailing, and to procure their Passports.
. AU Bills against the Steamer most be presented be lor 3
o'clock on the day of sailing, or they will nave to lay over till
the return of the SUramer for settlement.
8 3m ; II. HACKFELP CO., Agent.
.-. . : .! .: s t e;a m"
To Australia and New Zealand.
a53v ..The California, New Zeslaa
U14 -AMatraliaai Mail . Line mf
rVT. sss 1m Steai a Packets. . '
THE SPLENDID 8TEAM3IIIP8
WOIVG A . WOiVG A,
1,430 Taoa. J. Stewart, Camr,
',. '. "". AND " n ' ..
CITY of ITIEIBOUR'iVE,
1, ZOO Teaa. T. Grainger, Ctm'r,
Will run regaiarly between Honolulu and the above ports,
connecting at Honolulu with the North Pacific Translocation
' AO EST a XT
JIosolclp... WILLIAM L. GREEN.
Acmusd.. CRUICKSIIANK, SMART CO.
TDsr ....II. H. HALL, U. B. Consul.
, . , ol 3m ., , ., . ,
' - EOil TA Iff ITI.
i THE BIllTISn
UH U 11 ES, Master.
WiU Sail on or about the 6th of Karch.
For Freight or Pavsage, apply to.
ml TUEQ. H. DA VIES, Age .U
FOR SATS FRAIVCISCO.
.c!i:.- ' TI1K FINS : '
, WILSON, Master.
Will be Dispstchrd PwUUely on the Cth of llArth.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
111 THEO. H. DAVIES.
TUB BKITI3H BARQUE' ' 1
, ,A 1 at IAoyds, 14 years, .
Is now loading for tbejtbove port, ami will be dispatched
On or about Saturday, the 11th March !
' For freight or passage, apply to,
FOR VICTORIA, B. C.
i . .. ; CALIJOCS. Master. . "
Will Fellow the Robert Cowan for the above port,
:-. -'Z SAILING ON Til E 18th INST.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WALKER ft ALLEN.
Hawaiian Packet Iine
. .- . FOR 4
THE FINE BAKENTINE
I ready to receive Cargo for the above port, and will
SAILON SATURDAY, THE 11 lb INSTANT.
For Freight or passage, having fine accommodation for a
few passengers. Apply to' ,
nvi WALKER h ALLEN, Agent.
The A 1 Clipper
J. U. 8HATSWELL - - ..... Master,
ina. SaU for V. above Port with Dispute.
The NABOB being under the American Flag, shippers will
not be obliged to pay a war risk.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
f 11 - C. BltKWKR tr Co., Agents.
CHAS. BREWER & CO'S LINE.
S V It 1 1 G S li A S O N 1 871 !
FOR NEWJBEDFORD !
6 t L A ViD B O; W E !
THE Al CLIPPER SHIP
Dae at this Port, March 15th. 1871 will load for New Bedford
direct. Uaa a part of her cargo engaged. - -
. -.Will Sail about Slay 10th, 1871.
Shlpptrs of OiT,"Bone; Wool, and other mertliandlse,
Will fiod-thi a desirable Oiportuuity.
Cnxh Advaacea en Shipmral.
d24.3m'..-,l t ; . O. BREWER & Coasent.
FOR KONA'AND KAU.
K.'iui'i .t .... i . ; . i i. . 1 4 i
TiifE CLIPPER KETCH ' '
- Hi XL n a 1 i 1 o ,
83 Tons" Register. ' ,
Will Run as a Regalar Packet to Kona
UJfDER COMMAND OF CAPT. VEITRY ENGLISH.
d3l 3tn ' : . DOWSETT V Cov Agents.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAnAIM.
THE SCHR. JTETTIE MEBE1XL,
1 -EJV. TCR AN E, "Master.
TTllt See Eralarly ketwe This Port aad Lahalia,
nonolBli erfry Monday aad Ukaiaa every TBirsdaj.
- dlO II. UACKrfcLD tt uo., agent. :
- r MELL19H. .Master. - . .r v . t
Will run as U Reg-olar Packet to tbe above port. For Freight
or Passane apply to "
aUCn, L.f WALKER k ALLEN( Ayeo'-
I Rcjrular Packet for Ilanalci, Kauai.
'K a aina Master.'
i-.-f; . i t hi.
WiU "SdVas d 'Eeguiir Packe as above.
For FMght or passage apply tr j .' ' i ' 'i
ol 3m WALKER k ALLEN.
lP?.rrv -Davis &"Sons Paia Killer !
Ipi CASEi 2 4 DOZEN EACH, PAIN
J KILLER- ForsaJeby i - '
111 4t !;. A. W. PEIRCK ft Co. ,
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES XO.
14 8 NTTUAXC AVKNUE, at present occnpiod by Dr.
tKennedy ; poasessiun given Apr.l lsU jccmmwuibu,
u.m Kitchen. Batti aa-i servauia """'""i - .-,
r, : . k.. . Mi.Vle Loft. Ac Mar
be had furoisbed or
I. M OOD.
KrHa bv anDlicatioo to J. H. MOOD,
March 4, 1871. (ml lm)
A CARPENTER TO PUT UP AX OPER
J axing lioom. Apply to .. ; ....
If JOUX TM .YALUUAN. Photographic Artist.
NOTICE. - '
MT INTER EST W THESMALL RET A 1 1
8rnr on Kuoana Street, Ilooolalc, ceased on T?elneoay,
March 1st, and the business will hereafter be carried on by
AVON, nnder his own name and style." AU ouUtandtn bill
will be' settled by me
Honolulu, March 4th, 1871. -
- NOTICE !
A REOirUR MEBTIXB
OF M E-
KNIJINK CO. 0. 2, held on Wednesday
Hrralnir. ttarch lt. 1871. The following KeaotnUon wa
unanimously adopted :, r .
RadOLVsn, That a Tote of Thanks he tendered to the Ladie
and Gentlemen who kindly contributed Flowers for decorating
the EnEine on the Aunnal Parade of Feb. Sd, 171.
i E. A.. MOKKia, Secretary.
Honololn, March 2d, 1871. . - ; - It
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PAETNEESHIP.
rUE PARTNERSHIP HKRRTOFORE
W- existing between IALTOW & FLAUYKLT, id the basi
nes of SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKING, King Street,
Honolulu, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will be conducted at the old stand by the un
dersigned, who will collect all accounts due and pay all debts
of the laie firm. i ... .. P.: DALTON.
Honolulu. March 2, 1871. ;
. WIIj fal Al CLAKKj
nBOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
NO. 44 FORT ST (LOWER DOOR)
mi If - Opposite Lewera At Dickson..
J. R. KDTlJEY,
I tii 8in 15S Kauano Avenue.
A FINAL. DIVIDEND OP ONE AND A
quarter per cent, on Stock of II. S. and 0. 1.' I. Kar. Co.
will be paid by the undersigned at his office. '
A. a iCLKOnORN, -Treasurer
U. S. and Q. 1. 1. N. Co.
Honolulu, 18th February, 1871. - '. f 18 3t
ALL BILLS OF MORE THAN POOR
Months standinr. if not setttud by the first day of March,
will be left with an Attorney for collection.
, IRA RICHARDSON.
Honolulu, Feb. 18th, 1871. .' ' 1 18 3t
' ... ' ' 1 " . ' '. "
M FOR SALE. TUE COTTAGE ON THE
Beach at Waikiki, formerly occupied by Mis Mont
gomery. Apply to
o29 tf ; . . ' Xf. L. GREEN".
FITRNISHED COTTAGE TO LET AT
WAIKIKI. The Cottnge recently occupied by W. L.
Oreen, at the Beach, Waikiki. Rent, lO per month,
or by the year lit $35 per month.
oJ9tf Apply to W. L. GRKEN.
FOR RENT OR LEASE!
SEVERAL COTT A G ESV PI.E .1 Si XTLT
located, and suitable for large and small families. They
are entirely NEW, handsoiut.y finished, and supplied
rilh all the necessary outhouses and modern improvements.
d24tf - Apply to HUGO BTANQEN WALD, al. D.
:. TO LET. -:
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED BT
' H. A. Widemann, on Judd Street. Apply to
d3 J. L RICHARDSON.
'. ;. ' AIiD . 1 1 V
rjIIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT ON HAND
B. kept by any House on these Islands, and
For Sale at the Lowest Possible Prices !
ja28 . .. . By BO ILK B ft CO.
- HEMP CORDAGE!
A STRAND, BEST O.CAL1TT RUSSIAN
44" Manufacture. Sices, from 1J to 8 inches, in bond or
- ja28 -. Foraleby ' B0LLE3 tr CO.
, MANILA CORDAGE,
ALL SIZES. FROM 1-8 TO 5 INCH IN
bond or duty paid.
j28 ' Foraleby ' B0LLES & CO.
. RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
. For sale by
ja28 ' B0LLKS k CO.
SPUN YARN, HOUSELINE,
ORM LINE, M A RL.I.N, SEIZING, RAT
LIN, etc., etc A full assortment fur sale by
BOLLKS & CO.
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID!
ASSORTMENT OF NCM-
For sale by
BOLLES k CO.
HEMP AND FLAX CANVAS !
BEST ARBROATH MANUFACTURE,
assorted Numbers, in bond or duty paid.
ja28 For sale by BOLLES ft CO.
IRON STOCK ANCHORS, '
SIZES, FROM lOO LBS. TO 4,000 LBS.,
in Bond or duty phld. ' For sale by - '
Ja28 ' BOLLES ft CO.
HEMP AND COTTON SAIL TWINE!
FOR SALE BY ' ' ;
Ja28 ! . BOLLES ft CO.
TAR AND. PITCH!
AMERICAN AND STOCKHOLM, IN
barrels and half barrels. For sale by .
Ja23 ' BOLLES ft CO.
ARRANTED THE PURE ARTICLE.
Ja'28 For sale by , , BOLLES CO.
10,000 TIK.S to suit. 1
ja38 For sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT !
BOLLES ft CO.
- , CALIFORNIA LIME ! : .
WE HAVE A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM
-the celebrated Santa Cruz Urn Kilns, which enables
us to sell at the luireat rales.
J28 i BOLLES A- CO. '
.VICTORIA AND CALIIORNIA RED
BRICKS, FOR SALE BY
JaSS . .... BOLLES ft CO.
RED SALMON, IN IARRELS.
SMALL LOT OF "NOT VERY" GOOD
quality, but as good as the average that is fur sale about
I all at xSOLLKs ft CO.
- PAINTS AND PAINT OIL, '
HUBBARD'S BEST, BOILED OIL,
Hubbard's White Zinc,
Hubbard's White Lead,
; J. I. W-, White Lead, . - - . -y- -i
, .. - Fancy Paints, a general asscrtment. "
. j28. . . .-Jorsale by BOLLE3 k COv
AMERICAN MESS BEEF
AMERICAN MESS PORKIN BOND,
and lor sale by
jaaa.-f-..; , ' BOLLES ft CO.
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF,
PACKED O.N THE 1SLAYD OF KAUAI,
by an experienced Butcher, and warranted as good a
an.v"Beaf put up en these Island. i ' ) . i
Js28 .- For sale by- BOLLES ft CO. '
EST NEW BEDFORD AiEl OARS ALL
siae. 1 7 ja2S) For sale by BOLLES ft CO.
A G E N E R A L A SO II TM E NT 011
GROCERIES SHIR STORES
Always on Hand !
W'D WILL BE SOLD AT THE LOWEST
BOLLES ft CO.
GAS LIGHT FOR jiVERYBODY !
Coal Oil Lamps Changed to Gas Lamps
Trifling Cost by Merely "Changiog the
i !. unrner.
and iitiag PaTereat X)l
riMIIS VALUABLE LITTLE INVENTION
J can - be atuched to any Coal Oil Lamp, by any one la
hair a minute. It make Its on gas Ja as fast a I required,
and when the light is blown oat, the gns.aes to be generated.
,-.v:-NO CHIMNEY IS REQUIRED!
The flame is as white a city gas, anl produce no smell or
smoke. It has the advantage of coal jta' In being portable.
Uud judge pronounce It one of the bfest lights in use, but
this assurance of safety doe not warrant careless usage. A
In the use of coal oil. the lamp should be filled arid tafcea care
of in the day time. " The proper oil for this burner Is Gasoline
or 74 specific gravity, and no other grade should be used.
;Oae Birstrb Eejaat fa Si Can dlea, aid
Csls aaly ane Ceai fr Hour.
On exhibition and for sale at the Lock and Gun Shop. Oil
C"t Jarriished of the approved' Itahdard. '
f 25 lm J. NEILL, No. 40 Fort St.
TsURIXC MT TEMFORART ABSENCE
From Hoooiolu, Mr. CHARLES K0E5H will hare
charge of my business, and will attend to any orders for furni
ture or cabinet work. M. T. 1K)NNKLL.
Honolulu, Ffcb. 24th, 1871. . j-S 4t -
' THE' PACIPId
SATURDA Y, M A RCiTa.
NOTES OF TIIE WEEK.
i Tue Ktut:.' lays 'tip the tomlng week, sailiog
! aain lor Ililo on the 13th.
'. . v : v. . ". ; . ' " -2
j Eaktuquaks There was a'slight shock of earth-
quake last night at about a quarter to 12 o'clock
Thk Volcano. By the Kate Lee we learn that
the light of the volcano was plainly visible at Ililo
on Monday night, - ...
The SExiNKWs -We. have no adviees of any
vessel tooling this way from San Frascisco previ
ous to.the steamer. A transint clipper rnay call.
JST" The regular monthly meetTog of the Mis
sion Children's Society will be held at the; house
of P. C. Jones, Jr.", this' evening",' at 7 o'clock'
The Steam eh Mores Tatlok sailed on Thursday for '
San Francisco with 21 passengers from this city, be
sides 79 in transitu, the mails and a full cargo of
island produce. ";
Excext OsyES. "By the departure oHMr. and
Mrs. Bandmann, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews, .
Mr. Rayuer, Frank Jooea and. Miss Maggie Knight,
we are once more left without a theatrical company.
Steamer Edition. We issued aa extra, steamer
edition for California and the East, containing our
: Annual Review ol Agriculture and Commerce, a
lull account of the late earthquake, Australian
news, local items, etc., etc., to go by the steamer.
A JoLtir Trio. The only case before the Police
Court this week was the arraignment for drunken
ness of three sailors who rejoiced in the jolly names
of Gayman, Handsome," and Mutton. As their drunk
enness was of the mild type, a sensation could not be
got up when they were fined $2 each. , . .
jeai Estate Sold. Yesterday Mr. Bartow sold at
auction a desirable parcel of land on the Ewa road,
about a mile and a half from the city, belonging to
the estate of the late E. Bargees, and containing ten .
acres. It brought Ssau, J. V. Austin, Jtieo., being thei
Butter from Australia. We notice the importa-
tion per tVonga Wonga, of 49 kegs and 12 casks of
butter. Here we have something less than 100,000
head of beef cattle on these islands, butter readily
brings fifty eeuts a pound all the time, and yet we
have to import the article from abroad. .
Death ow Shipboard. On board the 'Motet Tay
lor, on the last passage to this port, Feb. 18th, a
fireman named Jerry Vaughn, while engaged in oil
ing the machinery', getting in the wake of the walk
ing beam, was knocked down and so badly injured
that he survived but a short time. The corpse was
buried at sea on the following day. - t ".
A Hawaiian in Trouble. In lnte San Francisco
papers we Dotice the trial, on the 15th of February, of
" Henry Brill, a kanaka," on a charge of setting fire
to the American whaling bark Massacfiuseltt.Cft.
Cooty, about one year ago, after leaving the port of
Lahaina, bound for the Arctic. The jury brought in
a verdict of guilty, but the sentence was not pro
nounced. .... . ? v
The Weather. During the past week , we have
had a recurrence of the warm daye, cool nights3 and
balmy airs to which we have been strangers since
October last. Light showers at night, and southerly
and easterly breezes by day, with pleasant,-moon-lights.
But on Thursday morning rainy weather set
in again, lasting till yesterday evening.
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Whkek bo They All Kekf Themselves T Yester
day at about 2 r. m. scarcely a person ; could be seen
on Merchant street,. Suddenly a horse, .running
away with the two four wheels of a dray, came rushing
madly along, and in less than the shake of an earth
quake the street was alive with J enquiring and
admiring bipeds. The horse, by the way, d.id no
" A Reoatta ix Prospect. The Honolulu Yacht
Club is making preparations for a regatta to come
off on the first of May next. The boats entered are
the Car a BeU, Dauntless, Fearless, Mark Pakaka,
King Phillip, A. P. Jordan, jr., and Ella. seven
in all. The last named is a new boat, built at
Plymouth, Mass., for th owners, Messrs. Peterson,
Rose and Everett, and is on board the ship Syren,
from Boston, due here this month. The prize to
be sailed for is a silver cup. .' ',
Steamship . Building on the Clyde. In a late
number of the JVbrth British Mail, published at
Glasgow, we find a two-column article giving an
account of the names, number and tonnage of the
different steamers built in the Clyde by one firm of
shipbuilders alone, since the year 1824. The firm is
the well-known one of the Messrs. Burns, and they
have built .147. steamers, of 145,000 tons. Tbe
Clyde built ships are famed for their fast sailing
qualities. ; -
Fbom Tahiti. The British brig Byzantium, ar
rived on Sunday last, 23 days from Tahiti. She
brings 65 Chinese, who having completed their term
of service' as agricultural laborers, come here for fur
ther employment. We understand that the most of
them have contracted with our planters. : The brig
brings a -report that the residence of the North
German Consul at Papeeti had been entered by a
mob of .rowdies, and the premises perfectly . gutted,
the Consul being obliged to conceal himself from the
Frenchmen, who were infuriated over bad news from
Paris. " - -
Larceny. On Saturday morning last, about 7
o'clock, some person stole from the show-case of Mr.
Tennatt's shop, seven watches, valued at about 100.
.The shop had been but just opened, when the watches
were missed, but they were stolen the previous even
ing. The police succeeded on Thursday in discover
ing and arresting the thief, a native boy named He
wahewa, about 14 years old, who confessed his guilt.
Five of the watches were recovered up to yesterday,
and the boy says he threw the other two away, one
into a privy vault, and the other into a taro patch on
.Death from Hemorrhage. Last Saturday fore
noon, a man employed m a carriage triuuuwr in Mr.
Whitman's harness shop on King - street, named
Henry Schraber,' died very suddenly in an. outhouse
iu the rear of the shop. When found, half an hour
after being missed, he was' quite dead, having dis
charged large, quantities of blood from the mouth.
A post mortem examination was made by Dr. Hille
brand. which showed that deceased had broken a
blood vessel, be having a severe cough for some time.
He . was recently from California, and was about 25
years old. , ' . .
Thk New MoRSEto Star- The new brig' which
has been built at East Boston, Mass., to take the
place of. the Morning Stari lost at Micronesia,' was
launched on the 26th of January, and was to sail lor
Honolulu About the 10th tf February sixty days
from the time her keel was laid. .: The vessel is 226
tons burthen, somewhat larger than' her. predecessor,
half, brig rigged, coppered on the stocks, and in ac
commodations, sixe and character of workmanship,
well adapted to her work. ' She may be looked for to
arrive here in June., . .. . t- , ' .
v . Lauxdry Lists. Mr. W. M. Wallace ' has got tip
a very neat,and convenient card for laundry lists,
which on examination 'will at once strike one -as
useful. as well as novel., ; The dlfferer4"artlces of
clothing sent to the wash are by an .ingenious ar
rangement numbered each under its separate bead,
without the bother of writing or making figures.
There are separate lists for ladies. gentlemen, and
families, and every ordinary article of clothing
that requires washing has its separate place, from
one piece np to twelve. We .are confident that on
trial it will be found pf indispensable use in every
bonsebolil, and a valuable source of economy. See
advertisement in another column,
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LThe Cabaxdinib. The operatic and ballad
ecru vk vuis kiuupc wuicu nave ocmi in pr-s
daring the week at the , Opera .HouseT P);1"
vated tha whole' town, and in conau068 tne
great rush the management' bacon eluded to re
main during the whole weuk'Alla ; v . . ,.-,,....
LoxDON.Feb. 10. :A Telegraph special announce
an parly Papal recognition of the new dynasty of
Spain.-.': v. "
Peaceable axd Mohai. Our reporter has given
up the Police Court in despair, as no longer a re
source for procuring items. Day after day the drowsy
police hang about the corners or dawdle 4tlong'-the
streets with absolutely nothing to do; the station
house is painfully clean for the lack of inmates ; and
thn Polir!"rorirt-room ever morSinz has the appear
ance of a theatre after the audience has gone a beg-
garly array of empty benches, -, .The Magistrate
occupation's gone ; and as for the lawyers, they keep
np a wretched pretense of being Tusy by trotting
about constantly -with arinsful of books and papers.
Truly the city is very peaceable and moral, to outside
appearance, at all events.
Insane People Sent Back. By the Mote s Taylor
on Sunday, 'a Mrs. Stewart with" an infant, came
passenger and took lodgings at the Sailors Home.
It very soon appeared that the unfortunate woman
was quite insane, though apparently harmless enongh.
She tells the most extraordinary stories about her
self and her adventures, at oue time declaring that
she is the celebrated Belle Boyd, the female Confed
erate spy ; then again, that she is the widow of a
missionary, who died in Japan, and that she was on
the Oneida at the time of tbe sinking. By the same
arrival came a young man named F. II. Williams,
also insane. "After landing from the boat on Sun
day, be wandered over to the other side of tbe inland, 4
and owing to his strange actions was taken in charge
by the police and detained in the Station. House, lie
had several hundred dollars in his possession. Both
these unfortunate persons were sent back to San
Francisco by the steamer. . , '
Tub Steamship Subsidy. The-discouraging re
port was brought by the mail of February 15tb,
to the effect that tbe proposed Australian subsidy
was likely to fail,' through the influence of lobby
i u teres ts in Congress. But a gleam of hope comes
by the last mail, that the California deputation may
possibly succeed in squeezing it through before
the tnd of the. fession, which occurs to-day.
Ou the other hund, Mr. Hall, agent of the present
line to Australia, is reported to have stated pre
vious to .bis departure on Sunday last, that his
line would continue to run, and I La t on and after
the next. trip, their boats would go through, to San
Francisco, thus running an opposition. This they
could atford to do. as tbey will secure the subsidies
ot the Australian, New Zealand and Hawaiian
Governments, amounting in the whole to the sum
of S2G4.000. From reliable authority we learn
that the first boat of the Webb line, the Xebra&ka,
will leave San Francisco for Honolulu from the
first to the tenth of April. ' .
From the Fijis. By wy of Auckland, N2., we
uu J l" V" " -auuary
e state of afjairs at the islands appear to be going
rapidly from bad to worse. The British residents
having been for a long time dissatisfied with Mr.
March, the Consul at Liviika, had prepared a peti
tion to Queen Victoria, asking for bis recall. The
Times, says it is reported that the.United States
intend taking prompt action about the protection
of- the Fiji "group, and will very shortly have a
man-of-war stationed here, and Institute a Court to
which people of all nationalities may appeal."
Tuakombau was at war with the Kewa chiels, and
a number of petty engagements had taken place.
The Earl of Pembroke was at Livuka with his
yacht, and had entertained the residents and been
entertained iaetunn. ; In a speech to the white
settlers be advised them to establish 'a govern
ment of their own and obtain assistance from native
chiefs, and not to rely on England for- assistance."
Without any government the whites consider. their
position a critical one. '
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The Earthquake on Molokai. An attentive
correspondent, whose favor" did not come to hand
until this week, writes as follows,: , ;: , i
- Pukoo, Molokai, Feb. 21, 1871.
. . " P. Cv Advertiser. A very severe earthquake
occurred at this place on the 1 3th insf. The shock
commenced at o minutes td 10 r. M., and lasted
about 60 seconds! It commenced with a dull roar
ing noise, accompanied by a violent rocking of the
earth, increasing to" a louder-roar and a lively' rattle
of things generally, and finally subsided with a low
rumbling sound. During tbe shock, my house was
fearfully shaken. The vibrations were from south to
north. Crockery could not have been insured at lees
than 100. per cent, premium. At Kupeke, a half
mile above here, tbe earth cracked opec. for a distance
of several rods, and the stone house!" in tbe vicinity
are cracked In every, direction. In many cases,
lamps , were overturned, shelves cleared of their
contents, and pickles and pie fruits lay around loose
in charming confusion. At Kaluaaha, a small addi-I
tion on the northwest corner of tbe old Mission bouse,
(stone) was thrown down, and a portion of the east
gable end came down, crashing through the verandah
roof below. Near there, a portion of the north wall
of a stone house, the property I believe of the
Catholic Church fell, and on the east side, the wall
bulges out even with . tbe eaves. The parsonage
suffered more or. less in the falling plastering, as did
every bouse in .this vicinity, where plastering is
used.- -The large stone church at Kaluaaha, in com
mon with all stone buildings in this region has suf
fered more or less in cracked walls and damaged
Flastering. Stone walls are down in every direction,
n ona place on the shore, a hole about two foet in
diameter by eighteen feet deep, was formed by the
earth sinking. The oldest inhabitant has been duly
interviewed, and solemnly declares this to be the
first time that mother earth baa ever conducted her
self in this fashion on Molokai, within his recollec
tion. . . w . . T. E. Cook."
Tli " IClla.u.ea "-Maul Hpeaks.
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercitd Advertiser.
Dear Sir: It is natural for mankind to find
fault with others, and generally speaking, be is
always on band to do so, with either a real or
imaginary cause. i.
Now I wish to state my case in plain terms. My
object in doing so in this manner, L merely to call
the attention of those who can remedy the griev
ance viz : in relation to tbe running of tbe steamer
Kilauea, which is some of my business, being a
tax pnyer, and to some extent a business man. -1
have to make a trip occasionally to the metropolis,
and regret to say we are not able to avail our
selves of tbe steamer This seems hard, having io
contribute our qtiota towards ber cost, and Tun
ning expenses, unless she in now paving her way,
which by all accounts sue is far from doing.
Tbe arrangements are such, that she passes tbe
most important points, in the night, or at such
hours, as families are not able to ret to a beach.
if they, were able; to get to ;he vessel when there.
Wheu the steamer started last fall, we excused the
inexperience of the agent,- aad believed things
would improve in time. This'ba not been the
case. Under the Interior Department, things have
not been changed for tbe better.
Just think that tbe steamer gets to Makena at 9
p. M., Maalaea at midnight. thia being one of the
most impoi-tauf point on ;tbo route; whero there -is
UU uceouinu0ativufui masugr;r Ui atop, w Cf feu
a bouse in which to' get shelter, and, to say' the
least, not pleasant for ladies and children to be
takn-off a- mile or nearly 80 through a heavy sea
in a small boat at the late hour ol 12 midnight.
She leaves Lahaina again at a very unseasonable
hour, say 5 or 6 a. m., another financial point, if
we look at the Kilauea in a formal point of view.
All lor what? that tbe Kilauea may arrite at Hono
lulu at dark Friday night, instead of 6 a. m. Saturday
morning,' and Using one-third mote . coals ' than
she ever did before, and no one benefitted thereby.
Never was" tbe public so' well served as from
No v. 1867 to.'ot. 1868, when "the .steamer was
under tbe management of Messrs'.' Walker & Allen.
During that time-she never . missed a trip aa adver
tised, and I bixdly thiak was ever an hour behind
time.'' And wa were not called jpon to guesa or
surmise if the Kilauea would rnrrnezt week, or the
lilfe, for we bad not" only the assurance xf tbe
agitata by time tabl&ia tbe papers, but the regular
pesters were freely circulated throughout the
country", to-remind and assure n thai there was no
change. This give us conideoce, and we were not
disappointed. Such i s not tbe case now, neither
can we place any cooudenee in her running, as we
hear , one time she Li going 2a Kauaitt.ad next
time, that she is to be laid up for repairs, and that
w nave got to accept the; schooners for , to trip
We' protest against " the management, even wn
the" Kilauert making money, which we feeta. good h
J yving wnere
reasons for. making aur -complaint -Mct.
w2"dof-oa., yiw..., ..-r ','-
. ' i-j- oMlonolulu, il. L,
PaoyjJ&Yiw.oa'Valti.r. In thia KtAL
any one year ,jiDg
had nn fr . . - . .
gaC -w ajsaaauw r a r ' V
t '.pneumonia, at Lawreuee, isass., at uwou
!f S-iyTbe waa falling rapidly, and it was thought
yX'Xt h rould not live man v hours;- " Hundreds,"
says the local journal, " wiU receive this intelli
gence with deep sorrow.' It is rarely that somuch
interest is manifested." , Snovrdied Jan. U-Alta.
TtvATu np'W'it Hoofer- Tbe many friends of
Win. Hooper,. Commissioner of tbtS Fppded Debt of
1851, and Secretary of the Board, died yesterday
at .bU residence. No. ,312 Taylor street. ilr.
iTooner was an old Californian, and leaves a ecore
i " . ... ii -
J of friends to mourn nis aeaiu.
AIM OF TilEjIOSES TAVlOil!
Thii'teen Days Later.
CBy lie arrival of tbe piails on Sunday morning
last we have Dlea of Sun I rancmco papei w 1
16, and telegraphic dales from Europe to tbe 15tu.
1 We compile a summary of tbf ne wrf.
The price of gold in New York I-eb. lo, was
111; tcrlin-r. 99l0g. . . ... ;'L
. r UNITED STATES.
The Chicago IMbnne's Washington apodal say
aomb of the best informed member of tbe S'
express the opinion that no steamship eubfidy bill
can get favorable action at this session, and they
think all the time spent in disctiHsiiig auch achemea
will be without practical result; but If such a
measure should get through the Senate it hjt
s'arceiy a chance f being taken up in tto House.
No member of that body venture to expect the
passage of a Kiibsidy bill. The sentiment of Con
gress is strongly hostile to all schemes which looks
to the National Treasury for aid nothing can be
effected except by such a compromise and combi
nation of inVvresta as is not likely to , be brought
ahout. - r . . . u .
Boston. Jan. 2C Tbe missionary .bug Monung
Snr was launched to-day.
Four vessel, of which three are steamer!, How
loading here with provision for France, will take
out nearly JO.000 bam-Is each, of pork and flour.
Washington. Jan. 25. A despatch is received
from Rear Admiral Rogers, commanding the Asiatic
fleet, dated flagship CWoraco, Woosung, J)ec. 12th,
187M. ' He reports '.hat he reinrued to that place
willi bis officers of staff and guard, iu compauy
with Mf. Seward and party from lVkin.-11 Admiral
Rogers had several conferences wllb MiuinUr Low
regarding Chinese affairs, and also with regard to a
riroposed visit to Corea for the purpose of estab
ishing a treaty with that country for the protection
of our shipwrecked Beainen ; and it was arranged
tbaVri May next Mr. Low and Admiral IUger"
shenld go to Corea and declare lln-ir deslso id
During the journey to and return from IVkia.the
party were everywhere received with courtesy.-In
lkin; Prince. Kung and the officer of the Imperial
Cabinet returned the visit which bad been made
them. , The interview was agreeable., but their
conversation was confined to general Issues.' re
ward. once or twice touched lightly on serious
matters, but the discussion was avoided by them.
The Admiral wriU's as follows : 1 cannot but
see ruin to the present dynasty, and In the present
condition of tbe country, 1 do not conclude that it
deserves from China a longer sufferance. , Canals,
which ages ago were ways of traffic and travel, are
now filled with mud ; temples once magnificent, are
in ruins; roads, made at vast expense, and inoro
perfect w.en new. than any I have ever seen, are
now impassable, having had no repairs apparently,
for ceuturiea: marble bridges of fine proportions,
have-piers swept away and arches -lalleu, while
neglect, and decay terminates every public building
or work." t The people are still iiul.igtrlous. vigor
ous and. in the main, well clad, and huve their own
ideas and are seemingly contented." ,
New York, Feb. 9. A Washington special says
tLere is tbe very best authority for the announce
ment that the" Alabama claims and the flahery
troubles are to be immediately settled; that 11 in In
ter Schenck, In conversation last evening, remarked
that the public will know within 24 hours why be
is detained.,, The .Inference drawn from this and
other hints dropped in official circles, is that the
Commission will bo in Washington to-day with
power to negotiate a treaty, and that Scbr-nck fa to
have charge of the matter on the part of the United
States. It is known that a proposition for partlsl
settlement has already , been made by authority of
the Brilirth Government, but that its terms Wing
unsatisfactory to the United' Status, negotiations
were postponed. It Is supposed that the agent,
who is expected to-day, will have mora extended
Versailles, Feb. 3 lleruht Cable. Our
special correspondent, who has been inHidV Paris
siuse the investment, came out to-day, and returned
to-night. He says tho Commandant of Montrouge
haft committed suicide.
Crowds of French peasantry stand dally on tha
bridge at Neuilly, In the hope of being able to
pas the Prussian outposts, but without succeHS.
The women of Belleville and Villette. express
themselves in terms of great exasperation ugaiust
-the Oermana. ' i . . -; . -
The price of provisions has no, yet ben lowered.
Of one hundred thousand horses, originally in
Paris, sixty-six thousand have been killed for food ;
3,000 horses, requisitioned by tbe Government,
have been given back to the Omnibus Companies.
. Arrangements are being made ia Berlin for the
Emperor's arrival. He will be In Berlin by tbe
8tb of i March at the latest His Majesty will leavo
Versailles, on the 4th and pass through Wind on
and Magdeburg on bis way to the Capital.
Versailles, Feb. 4 HorJ Cable.) l'avro
declares himself master of tho situation and It Ik
Erobable that if France preserves a Ucpublh:
avre will be Consul, and if the Empire is restored
Favre will be Premier. The chances of the Jtour
bons and Orleanista are diminishing. Tbe Germans
are confident of tho restoration. i . . a
Tbe laxity of Swiss neutrality affords a pretext
for th annexation of Neucbatel, which belongs to
the inheritance of a dead J lohenzollern.
Paris. Feb. 4. lutenso suffering prevails here ;
hundreds aro dying daily of starvation. The food
received is wholly inadequate.
Berlin, Feb. 6 World Cable. Uneasinc-" is
succeeding tbe exultation caused by tbe fall ot
Paris. th funds are depressed, sod no coufidenco
is felt that tbe terms of peace will be accepted by
the Bordeaux Assembly. -
.... London-, Feb. 6 If'orM Cable. The Govern
roent having been informed that there Is danger of
the Queen's being insulted going from Buckingham
Palace to open Parliament on Thursday; are mak
ing arrangements to keep the populace back from
the line of procession. The Queen's unpopularity
JijTfrreached bucIi an alarming point as at Jfeteijt.
London-. Feb. 7. Tho Eclud Da Xord has a
special dwpatch from Berlin to-day, saying that
the contributions already exacted by the Geruiun
commanders will be deducted from tho amount of
war indemnity; also tho value of the railroads in
Aluace and Lorraine.
London. Feb. 7 The TrUgraph has tho follow
ing from Paris, February 3d :
"The meetings which are held In tbe various
halls are becoming more demonstrative. Some of
the speakers demand the arrest and trial of those
who surrendered the city.
" The liberal Republican Committee lias declared
that the government of tbe Fourth of September,
should be arraigned by the National Assembly to
tender an account of their conduct of the defence,
of Paris, and give their reason for agreeing to tha
armistice. Tho Committee also declare that no
treaty ratifying the armistice should be aignod.and
that Paris should continue the defence and refuses
" At a meeting in the Salon de Wene Blanche,
one of the orators, declared that France demanded
Uobcpierre, and that tbe guillotine alone could
save the country. This sentiment was received
with enthusiasm by tbe audience. The Deputies
who favor a continuation of the war were applauded
at all the meetings.
"Trochu has declined the candidacy for the As-
seuiuij, in a iciu-i wuicu nay . I uiiljr miumswU
to retain the .'residency of tuo tJoverninent be
cause it was my duty to share with my colleague
a common renponnioimy. x am aoout to be dis
charged from it, and my part must finish with tha
events which gave it rise.' i t
'Jha meeting at which this, letter was . read,
shouted with one voice, tbe members of tbe Gov
ernment are cowards ! "
Havre. Feb. 11. The Prussians bare !mposd a
contribution of four million francs on Ilouen,
which must b paM Jo-dsyt and another two
millions payable to-morrow.. They hav i also ex
acted six million forty thousand francs from the
people of Fecamps. ' ; f
'w-Bacsnei,;, Feb. 12 World CabU The result
of the elections la fifty-four departmenis is three
hundred and seven Bonspartists and Orlcanists,
and eighty Republican. - .. :- c7i
LbNDON-.Veb.'l-A c'onofUe corrr spVS"'
relating to the (war Js to bo ' submitted W ; '-;,
ment. . It sbows'..that Favre V party wtrech'dtd
ready to 'conclude peace on Any terrat Germany
not include session of territoJv,tac',,oa,, Favre's
has- been 'continually , n"! u,v mx.
term, confident that the Count do
TbeOrleanbibg'bf France in "few wiTts. """
Paris wIHiJtYFeb. 13. Telegrams irom Vsrsaillea
Nnat lrron "tbemtrv of the Prussians Into Paris
troops will be detailed to occupy tbe bouse along
tleviinO or tbe rtrat adopted for the paw-age oi mm
Emperor on the 18th. At noon the Kmperor will
enter v'arla by tralrrfrom Versailies, taking; hqrwe
at tne raris station ana proceeding w mo i unci
where be will lunch add hold a Conrt Ita; tbo
general oScers or tho army. H will thei Inspect
the army of. investment, which wilLroarcb with the
bands playing and colors Hying, along tne route
Jradv indicated; " His Msjeaty-will then return
to Versailles where be will sleep; and on tbe two
following days be will revisit the luilerles ana
tbenteturn to Germany, if notblngoccux daring
tbe rest of the week or month. . J! . -
From trustworthy information received. Lbs
Prussian- police sre enconrtged : te .hope thot. no
demonstration will occur during the Emperor's so
jonrn in Paris and tho triumphal defile of ttje
troops.. .,. .. .,. ;". , i v:
, .The Emperor u suffering from lumbago. , ,