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VOL. YI--N0. 43. f
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1870.
IS6.00 PEE TEAE.
a. r. .u;ii,
ATTOBNEY AKD COTJJiSELLOR AT LAW.
41 No. Fnrt Strwt. nmwWn- Or
IIOS. O. TIIKWl'S
Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot
and Clroulatlng Library,
MaMhaat CCrast, HotvloVn. Also Stencil Outline. lia-
. taanaaar ma uapjin. promij
pi ninil Honolulu, opposite C E. Will U' Furnitarc
IMPOETEE AND WHOLESALE DEALEE
U Wtan, Mi , Al., Porter, Ac, e., Sltrcbant Street
a. . irntit ' j. e. imam a. ow.
iJASTI.- .t COOKC,
KrOETEES, GENERAL HEEOHAKTS, AND
j, m KJac Stmt, ofi-lt the SaaeKira Cbapel
gh, Koa s Sagar Oaaapaa; , 1LW,
Tlx aa - CotaaoT M.ol.
T Hwtan sagar Mills, Hani.
a Wajalaa Swsjar Mantmloa, (Mho, and other Sugar
!, af WataM asl Koto. Kaaa I,
Tlia I aasa asl Use Plantation, Kauai,
ftr. W'i OtelmUol Family MedWaiw,
VkMar w 'a fwitiir Ka in..
Da Ka- Una. ill Mat I U lawsraata Oa.,
T- A srita B 9Uant Klre-proof SafrCn-
IPOETEE AND DEALEE IN BOOTS. SHOES
nae Oetatac raranklac tfaaia, I-arftHoerj, Ae earner
rfJTI Hast IT 1 11 U Hps ala.
Acaat for tke Hasraiiaa Soap Co. Order! resetted,
uj praMajlf n I r in ril
ril II i I atrial i paM to. SfcJf-witaf Ow to tke
A. C. ItlJI'I'tr.11, 31. I.,
FOET fPHTSlOAN , AND; SURGEON. ,
BtnTum's Hall, Hotel Street,
a m mi lainr of Brags aad MadaMa, I-arfamery,
, Qo , Tullat lVar, CaUsoa,
he arils cheap for eapn.
atr , ate., wnica
OII A IS, PAT Y,
Nory FnbMe and Commiisioncr of Deeds
Jar tka Mate af CaW i lia. OvVx at the Bank of Binbop
6H)t, uonotaiu. u
ItlGIIA.lL & CO.,
IKPS2TERE AND DEALERS IN HAEDWAEE,
TJrr Oooda, Palnu aad Oik, ana General Mer-
. Ktne. Hrtrt, Honelala- lio-i.vo
f. r. nrnt s. G. tvilder.
AA?IS Jc -lVII.WEK,
ABtrnOSEEES AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
XT) Qawa Street, lIu.Kjaln. II. I. fl.r6
II. IIACKPU IA A: CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
; Qoeaa Street, H.nollla, H. I. ljC
ED. HOFFSOHLAEGER & CO.,
nTSS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
4 H..i,. lulu. Palm. II I. lro
Timonom: c. urucic,
ECPORTEB AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Hawlala. 0. IL I. ljf
i'. a- sciiAi:i'i;n & co.,
W Honolala. 0-, If. I. 1t6
C. M. iaraU. J. G. DICKS05
unriiits Az ickso,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER, .
A ad aUkbirfBaiMuic Material. Fort Street, Honolulu.
K ; ')6
ALLEN & CHILLINQWORTH.
TTT i ! Urn Hi anl Marelaa4iaaaad KhippiiM! tnutneit
as tfc aavaa part, where they are prefwred to furuiaM the
jaatly mlaaratad Kavaikaa rotalim, and audi other Ke-
crauta oa are raoirao oy wnaieeaipi, at ii hhitii uuiivc
terms, rireirooa always on
.ioii.a t. ivati:i:hoi;si:,
ncpobter and dealee in general
I 9m a Street, Mongols, II. I. lytt
IV. I" CKKI1X,
GENEEAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER
OaVw Is Ph -crar MMinga on Qu.en St.. Ho no) nln, II.
.tlcCOI.G.VA A; JOHASOA.
W Part at., Hoaln, opporite T C. lleneVa. lyC
c. i:. wiajis,
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
la rotnl'aieofeO-rry atorrijiUeB. Fnrnltnre tVare-Rooms bn
rait Buael. opfwialle t,s'B l-notocrapti oanery. oik.
the Hd etaBfl on Hotel Street, near Fort.
Olian ti i i thaaer Maade rruwptly attended to. Iy6
EOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
, nut to the Bethel, Honolulu. 1 G
ti. t. oaai:i
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
KtaaT Straat. Hon'Sala, opc Ke Lewh' deeper Shop. Will
J bay and sail eoond-haod Fmniture- Q6
tixiso. ii. WAVins,'
lan JasMK, 0s x A 0e1
IPOETEE AXD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
ar aanrr rtm
UtofCs aad the Uearpoal Uoderwritem,
Hillli aad Foretga Marina ltueranee Company, and
oAhata aaiaraaceCosap y. 3-ly6
mPOETEES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
la rsallmili CtaChlna Hats. Claps, Uouts. Shore, and
aear-i wratj of OaoUemea's For&tug Ooods. Sooh's
allillal Marehaatairaet. Honolala. ti0-ly6
J. f . tlLttS. e. C. ALLEX.
aVALICU Sc ALUJX,
SHIPPIXG AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS,
Itj Qaeaa Street. HuiK4nln, II. I. 16
I.. I TOKIIKIiT.
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND OF
II Omc Corner ttaoen and Fort streets. lyt
RULLES A: CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Haaolnla. Perth-alar attention paid to the
b ad sale of Hawaiian l'rodaca.
f E st riutuetoa ro
C L Xfce Oa, U Uafeld a Co,
C few a Co, ICaetle a Uooke. J2-ly8
PC fatsiaasjl Esq., I
Coltoa Merchant and General Agent,
lie porter oi Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods,
Wtsale Dealer Hairattan Pralnce, and Agent for the
7aa and An aula Sneer IHaaUtions. Fire-rroof
Star. .ycc o Street, help- Klait. 21 -ly6
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER.
Money id r.rniu fsrahed to Ships on the most faror
10 aide terms. flyo
CRATER OE KILAPEA. HAWAII.
J THIS ESTAB-ISUJIEXT IS SOW fTS
tra lor -the reception of Tlsitare to the Volcano J"f
llense, vboxnay reljcn finding comfurtable rooms, a good
tabic, and prompt attendance. Ex perienced guides for the
Crater alnrs on hand.
STEAM AND SULPHUR BATHS !
ones Grained and S titled if Desired. s
CHARGES ltEASOSABLE. -rartlr
t iUnu the Tolcaoo ria IlUa. can proenre animals
arrasted to ate tat Jourtter, by D. Ii Ilircacocx, xi.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STRAW ESGIMSS, Snnnr Mill",
Holler., Coolers, Iron, TCrass and Lend Catting.
Machinery of Every Description,
JT3- Made to Order -(8
Partlc ar attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithing.
StT JOB WORK etecntM on the shorte. notke, 35-ly6
JOIEIY S. .HcIti:t , .11. I).,
(Late Snrreon V. S. Army. )
Can be consulted at his reeidcitce on Chaplain St., between
8- Jinuann and Fwrt Strets. lyfi
.1. S. IICKSOA",
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
So. 02 ICIng Street,
IJfearly oppiWte Messrs. BUliugham i Co.
, Graining. Marbling, Gilding, Calsonilning. Taper.
jjVaanglng. Ac, lc, executed on the shortest notice,
CSiii Q4nd aathantoet reasonable terms. 26-3ni
Office, Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
JI. C. CI1ALLAMEL. J(. A. BLCHE.
CIIAI.II.IIKI. A; CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES,
Spirits. Aire, Ac, No. 8, NunannStreet,oppositeMerchant
ttreet, Lioootum. js-iyo
A. S. Ci:I30IEi-V,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
' Hre-proof Store, corner oT Queen and Kaabnmann Streets.
Ketall lstablisbnjents. on Xuuanu Street, and on the corner
it rort aim iioiei nirceis, lt-io
n. a. r. caaixa
c. iutr: & co.,
nox;i.ri.u, ii. i.
AUE STS-Ol' tilt; llostoit niul llunolulu Pacini
ACEVTS-For the nkee, IVnllitku mid liana
AGI3IVTN I'or tlic Purchase nntl alG of Island
PrOitnce. " S-lyC
D. P. EHLEHS. A. JAEGER,
it. i r.nr,ics a- co..
DEALEE3 IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
Flre-pro-f Store on Fori SI., nboti- Odd Fellows Hall. 37-lyO
V. A. SCIIAUI'EIt,
CEST for the UKMISS IIOAUD of
Agent fr the Dresden Board of Underwriters,
'Agent for the VieuDa BoArd of Underwriters.
7-j . ly
C. S. BAKTOM',
Salesroom on Queen Street, ouo door froir, Kaabumann
?I. K. CKIiItAi;.1I A; CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and
erery rariety of Gentlemen's superior Fnmisbing Goods.
Store in Makee's Block. Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.
AI'O.IC at ACHIJCIi.
Int porters. Wholesale and. Retail Dealers in
.And China Goods, In tbeFirtaproof Store cn Kuuanl Street,
under the l-uMlellall. 43-l6
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
Uilo, HawalL ly6
WAGON AND CARRIAGE BUILDER,
7G King Strtet, Honolulu.
Kepalrius dime with care and neat, r?
neu. Also, particnlrr attention gtren prVesl
to BIScksmithing an Horse-shoeing. 7
Orders front tLe other Islands promptly executed. 4u-ly6
J..NOTT & CO.,
COI'I'Klt As TIN SMITHS, make every de
scription of work In their line, un4 on Planta
tions or elsewhere. lhcy also keep on band a full
St'cet Copper, Ehecl Tin,
Sheet Lead, Sheet Iron,
i . IrpnWire, Copper Wire,
;i i .. ' Sft Brass Solder, ' Pail Ears,
Pressed Bucket Covers,
Black and Tinned Rivets,
Copper lUrets, etc.
Also on hand, a few more of
THOSE'SP-KXDID "COOIC1XC STOVES,
Received by the "Syren,"
"CotUn Plant" and "Gray Jackets," together
with a variety of Japanned Wore, and many articles
useful in the Kitchen. ! Work on Buildings,
such as gutters, spouts, water-pipes, Ac. Ship-work
will meet with prompt attention at No. 9 Kaahumanu
.ia.iii:s i.. .ivis,
COOPER AND GATJGER,
At the Old Stand, corner King and Bethel Streets.
A Large Stock or 0J1 Ebooks and all kinds of Coopering
Materials t ns tantly in band, lie hopes by attention to
business to merit a continuance of the patronage which he
has heretofore enjoyed, and for which he now returns his
JT. II. THOMPSON',
Queen Street. Holuln,
Has constantly on Land and for sale at the Lowest Market
Prices, a pwd asAwrtnieBt of the Best Refined liar Iron, and
the Heat llUcksmith's Coal. 35-1 J C
i ie. fe g. si;i:i.ii;;y,
TIN," ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WOBKEES,
Nauanu Street, between Merchant and Queen.
Have cooBtatitty on band, Stores, Pipe. Gftf-Yantzed
p4Pk Iron Pipe, Plain and !Ioe Bibbs. Stop-cocks, India
rUs-( Jlubber lliMt Lst 3-ply, in lengths of S3 and 0
FaKp feet, with rouplingt and pipe ctmiplete. Bath-Tubs,
f-3 and also a rery ltr-estod: of Tinware of erery de
Bcriptinn. rarticuLi. attention giren to SUip-Work. Orders from ihe
$t-erlsla4 vrlH be C&rKoIly atltrtded to.
-Xliankfurto the Citizen of Honolulu and .the Islands
generally for their liberal patronage in thepast, we hope by
strict attention to business to merit the same for the future.
Carriage and Sign Painting.
Till. rjMKUSH:KU haTln?
wurkmau. is now nrerarr - tofliei
an orders la tb. line of GAEKIAGK at.d SIG.N PAIMLNU
4B- In a Manner to Warrant Satisfaction. Sa
30-ftnt 7ft King Street, lionolalu.
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER,
King StT69t, next to the Seamen's Bethel,
lias on hand, Bath -Tnba, Water-Oosets, Wah-Basins,
Force and Lift Pumps, Lead and Galranlie Iron Pipes,
and number's Brase-worka. Being tbe ouly Plamberln the
city, he will execute all orders entrusted to him in a work
manliac manner. fl-3m
TUE UXDEUSIGNED beg to notlfr the
pnblTe that thej hare re-opened the above well
known and popular Saloon, where trill always be
found an assortment of the
Best Wines, Liquors and Ales,
that the market affords, and caitomers tnsj be assur
ed that tbe.T will End an experienced bar-tender, and
every attention tn their comforts.
The Billiard Room, which is the largest and coolest
in tbo citj, contains
THREE SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES !
With all the Latest Improvements. '
JQ. C. SIDERS. 1
J. C. CLUXEr, Proprietors.
Honolalo, Sept. 27, 1870. 3Mai
H. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
405 Front Street, corner of Clay, San Francisco
The Ausiralian Slcam Xavijation Co's
Patent Slip & Engineering Works,
STDXST, jr. S. IV.
TpVt -AH c1as.es of Engineering Wort, Iron
5SblD-bnilding and icenrral shin's ret irs.
exeiu'eu cheaply and expeditiously. .Osr Vessels of the
largest tonnage can be taken np.
Sl-ltO FKED. II. TI10UT0X, Manager.
LEAPtMONTH,' DICKINSON & Co.,
General Commission -Agents,
Will attend to the sale of Sandwich Island Produce, and
arrange for advances on same.
f W. L. 0KEEN Honolulu
T 10... -J uacfaRL AXK. BLAIR A Co.. .San Francisco
It. JT. BORSKl,
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
41 and 42 Merchant's Exchange California Street, San
4oj rrancuco, lauiornia. ljo
Messrs. Brown A Co. San Francisco.
Messrs. C- Adolphe Low A Co ..an Francisco.
Messrs. Ilolladsy A Urenbam San Francisco.
Messie. it. ijacaieia c . ... .. iionoiuin.
H. St. WllxltUS, H. P. BLUCUAEB, C. B. sfOaOXX.
WILLIAMS. BL AN CHARD & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
4c Ko. 8 California Street, San Francisco. 3
J. C. MERSJ IL.
S. F. CaL
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
' FORWARDING AND
JlavinR been engeJ In our present bosinesit fcr upwards
of t -We yearn, nnd l?Iog located in n Fire-proof Ilrlrk Iluild-
dine, we re prepared to receire itaaup4i laiauti fctapiet,
.il aa Cum r U-t-slr.. Tilr-Dllll). lT..fT aa f r. tin t- n f - -A
ConsfgD-ients wpecUHj solldte- lor the Oregon !nrketfti
wliicu pcrrionai aiienuon win oe vim, una upon ksicu casu
aaraocen win ie maue wuen requireu.
Cliirles W Brooki ........San FrancI(C
J C Merrill k Co , ,
Fred Ik en
Carlper Lindenleerger...... .. .....
Jame Patrick a Co... , ,
Wm TColenwn ft Co
Leonard Green. ,
FLINT, PEABODY & Co.,
AD AGKISTS OF
PACIFIC BAEEEL AKD KEG COMPANY.
Arerrerare4 to famish Kca aud Bibsil Shooka in any
quantity lequired. and respectfully Sulicit consignments of
Sugar and Island Fiodnce.
Slennrs lilsltop k Co.,, Honolulu.
Messrs If U-cfefeld k Co Honolulu.
Mesr Castle A Cuke . ........Ilviiolnlu.
Me. n Wnlker Allen , Honolulu.
Vo. -US California Slieit, Smi FrancUco.
is. 3i. VA.V i-a:i:i.
Ilavluc the Lest facilities throuch an Intimate connection
with the Jananere trade f.r the past eiaht years. Is prepare..
to transact any huineBs entrusted to his care. ith diufwitch.
LANGLEY, CROWELL & CO.,
32 Cor. Battery & Clay Sts, San Francisco
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
RLMMEL'S IIILANO-IIILANG, VANDA, HEX
na. Jockey Club, Frangipane, and other per
fumes of exquisite fragrance.
IUMMEL'S Lavendar Water, distilled from Mlt
Rimmtl's Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for its nseful
and sanitary properties.
Riramel's Extract of Lime Juice and Glycerine, tbe
best preparation for the hair, especially in warm cli
mates. IUuiDiel's Dugong Oil Soap, perfumed withnstra
Rimmcl's Glycerine Honey, Windsor and other
Ritutnel's Rose Water, Costume and Floral Crack
ers, very amusing for balls and parties.
Rimmel's Violet, Rose-leaf, Rice, and other Toilet
Powders. , '" . '
S A liberal allowance to shippers. t
Perfumer to II It II the Prinreasof Wales, 06, Strand,
1J8. Recent Street, and 21. Cotnbill. London;
17, Boulevard des Italicns, Taris, and 76, King's
3 Sold by all Perfumery Vendors. 37-ly6
No. 5 Merchant Street, opposite tbe Sailor's Home,
AV ALL ITS URAXCHES,
HAS COJSTA7STr ON IIASD n vnrlety
of II0MMIADE FUrVITUr.5. which he offers for
nle AT THE LOWEST MARKET rjtWEi, consisting ol
BEST BLACK 'WALNUT PARLOR FURNITURE,
Sprlne-Back Easy Chairs, Lounges and Matrrasses.
Hair and Spring Mattrasses, Window Shades and Slip
covers made to order.
Old Furniture Ite-UpltolMci-etl,
Repaired and Varnished, with satisfaction warranted.
Eu- Call arid examloo my stock before purchasing else
where. A3" Terms Reasonable. All orders front Ship-mastert and
the other Islands, will lie promptly attended to. 5-ly
Improvement ii the Order of the Bay.
HAVING CONSTRUCTED A NEW SKYLIGHT,
and made various other improvements, I hope
now to be able to snit the most fastidious with
A Photograph of any Size,
From a Crystal to a Mammoth, taken in tbe Best
Style of Art, and on the most reasonable terms.
Also, for sale, Tiews of tbe Islands, Portraits o?
tho Kings, Queens, and other Notables.
11. L. CriAFE,
32-ly Tort Street.
C. W. GREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Leleo, Hanufcct -crs and Dealers
In all kfndsof Soap. Beef, Mntton, and Goat
05ce. 38 Tort Seet, where orders will be received
and promptly tttemlcd to. 39
LICENSED SHIPPING ' AGENT,
Office on James Robinson & Co's Wharf,
Continues the business on LltjoIJ plan of settling wit
otScers and seamen immediately on their shipping at his
office. Having no direct or Indirect cneo. ith any out
fitting establishment, and allowing no debts u 'e collected
In his cSce, he hopes togiv. as good satisfaction the fu
ture as he has la the past. 1-3
SUGAi & MOLASSES
Sugar aid Molasses,
CHOP .VOW CO.HXC IX, and Tor Bale
in quantities to suitpnrcsasers, by
l-3m WALKER . ALLEX, Agents.
Sugar and' Molasso. Crop 1870
COMING IX, PR SALE IX QUANTITIES
to suit purchase., by
. I-3m -. WALKER i ALLEX, Agents.
i . a . -(
Sugar asid .Holai-we? Crop 1870
COMIXG IX,JF0R SALE Ii" QUAXTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
1-3 in WALKER FALLEN, Agents.
rVeM" Crop of Sugar A; Iolaswex
OW COMIXIl IX, AXD FQt SALE IX QUAX-
titles to suit purchasers b'
l-.1m C. BREWIR A CO., Agents.
TEW CROP NOW COMINJ IX. FOR SALE
l m quantities to suit pu-cbas crs, by
l-3m X C. BREWIR CO., Agents.
SUGAR of SUPERIOR QUALITY,
TN QUANTITIES TO S'JIT PURCHASERS
and at Reasonable Prices, Cr sale by
0 2m F. A. ?CIIAK1-ER A CO.
For Kona andjau, Hawaii.
2k Schr. Active. 5
P. HI.I.IS1I -Master,
Will run as a regular paclet to the above por(s.
For freight or passage apply to
l-3m WALKER .1 ALLEX. Agents.
Regular Packet for fuolokai.
S Schr. Pauahi,
Will run a sa regular packet between Honolulu
and Molokai, touching at Kaunakakni and Pukoo.
For freight or passage np.ily to the Captain on
I-3m H. PREXDEROAST, Agent.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YOIIK.
Cash Assets, over... $30,000,000!
Cash Dividends in ISGS,. . . .$3,257,137.26,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
W TIIE IVOItZD I
Premiums must he I'aid Scmi-Au-iiually
ADAMS & WILDER,
J4-ly6 Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
HIPimVL FIRE IXSDRAXCE COMPANY
Of London.-Iastituted 1803.
CASH CAPITAL., S8,000,000 tu GOLD.
rniUE UXDERSIGNKD are prepared to Issue policies on
JL Fire Ki- (willt or witliont ttie aterape clan-e) on
PlauUUon liailJInss and Machinery. Prirate Pwetliogt,
Itnck. tiuno an AVootien Store?, iercliandi9e, Coals. Lum
ber, Ships In Port, it, od tbe mot favorable termi.
i-All Losses Adjusted and Fold for here.u9
For articular- appljr at the tfflceof
II ALlk-l. - d-Xsal,
3-1 f A gentt for th Hawaiian Inlands.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Prnnclnco. '
TIIK UNDI-RSiniVI-n hnvlnu Tren ap
pointed Asnta Tor the abOTe Coniiany, are prepared
to iMue-Puliciea u Cargoes, Krclshta and Treas
ure. WALK Ml & ALLEN,
1-Sm .Agenti, Uonolula.
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rimiE U.DEIISTG.EU nnvlnp been np-
JL pointed Agents f.r tbe San Fr&ojieco itoard of Under
writer., coiiipriiinj; the
California Insurance Company,
Mrrrhnnl.' 31utunl Marine Ins. Co.,
Pnctflc Insurance Company,
Cullfornla Lloyil's, and x
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Ueic leave to inform Metri of Tesseltand the public Gene
rally, that all losses of Yes;! and Cargues, Inn red by either
of the aboTe Companies, s gainst perils of tbe ee.is and
other risks, at or near the fcandwlch Islands will have to
be Tfrified bj them.
rWMlK UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OV TIIK
JL aboTe Co in pan t, bare been authurixed to Insure riki
on Cargo Krelgnt and Treasure, frvra Honolulu
to ail pons of tbe wurlJ, andtice veria.
18-lyC II HACKFELD A CO.
TIIK UAI7KUSIGAED, AGENTS of the
above Company, have been authorized to Ininra risks
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure, b Coasters,
from Honolulu to alj ports of the Hawaiian Group, and vice
8-1)6 II- HACKFELD A CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED having been ap
pointed Agents of tbe above Company, are prepare
to Insure risks again t Flre.cn Stone and It rick Huf Id
lngs, aud on Merchandise stored therein, no the
most f-Torable terms. For particulars apply At the office of
Wy6 F. A. SCIIAEFEK A CC
TIIK AGENT FOR THE BRITISH For
eign Marine Insurance Company, (Limited), baa re
ceived instructions to reduce the rates of Insurance
between Honolulu and Ports In the Pacific, and Is now pre.
pared to Issue Polkfes -at the Lcvttt Holtxt with a special
redaction on Freight per Steamers.
TnEO. II. DATIFS,
.3-1 j G Anent Brit. For. Mar. Int. Co. (LimiUd)
Corner of Hotel and Fort Streets.
THE CHOICEST AXD BEST OF XLES. WISES
and SpiiiU alirajt to be found at tbe' Ear. 2216
Tho I'orts of I'arhs.
From the Lon a Illustrated Xews.
The city of Paris, situated between tbe confluents
of the ilarne, tbe Oise, aud tbe Seine, In the mldet
of a wide plain, is divided into two nneqaul parte
uj the river, from 200 feet tu 00 feet In breadth,
which runs from ca6t to nest, forming, an arc of
a circle. On the rh;ht bank of tbe Seine, the height
of which is abont eight; fee, above the level of the
eta, rife the hills of Jlontmartre, S94 feet in height;
of Belleville, 311 feet in height; of Jlenllmontant,
and of Cbarunnc. On the left.bank ate tbe heights
of Mont Valerein, 405 feet; of St. Cloud, SOO feet;
o( Sevres, Mtudon,.and Is sv. The northern portion
ol Paris Is the largest. Twenty-ouc bridges keep
up the communications. The form of the citj may
be compared to an ellipse, somewhat flattened on
tbe right 6lde, the Jongcrails, of nhlch is about nine
miles. According to the census of 1S0C, Paris has
1,835,274 inhabitants, and about 90,000 bouses.
Since 1S11, under the reign of Louis Philippe and
tbo wluUery of M- Tliirrs, Paris "fcas bcin fortified.
An immediate capture of this town, like that of
1514 and 1BI5 by tbe Allies, has become an impossi
bility. The systematic reconstruction of the interior
of the c)ty, which Napoleon III, bos caused to be
executed by the late Prefect of tbe Seine, M. Ilauss
rnann, may be regarded as completing the works of
fortifications. The lortiflcatlous of Paris consist of
a surrounding wall, fortified, formed of a military
road, a rampart, ditches, and a glacis. Eighty-five
bastions, all nearly of tbe same shape, and other ad
vanced points, are destined to cover theoutcrcxtent
of the moats, which can be lilled with the waters of
the Seine. Tbe escarpment Is' lined with a wall,
which is covered by tbe glacis. The military road
Is paved. Near to this, and frequently parallel to it,
is the line which Jolusall Ihe railway lines running
into Paris, and their eight termini. Sixty-six gates,
close to which ore placed the Bureaux du Douane,
are pierced In the fortifications. Outside the sur
rounding wall, and nt a distance of about half a
league, are fifteen detached' forts.' includlng Yln
cennes, which arc united partially by redoubts and
intrenchments to the walla. " ' '
The-detached exterior forts may be considered In
(firee groups. "VYe may first notice the group that
forms tbe north-east line of these qutelde fortifica
tions, from St. Denis fo the north'orIontmartre.
The town of St Dculs alonc( is surrounded by three
great forts. On the left of, and "closeho tho railway,
leading to Engblcn and Montmorency, and behind
the roufluencc of the canal of St. Denis with the
Seine, Is the fort of La Brlcbc ; to the north, and on
tbe other side of the stream of Rouilloo, is the fort
oi "La Double Couronne du Nord;" and on the
south-east Is tbe fort of the East. These three
points aro united together by ramparts and ditches
"Which can be readily filled, aud which arecovercd by
the redoubt of Slalns. St. Denis itself may there
fore be considered u fortress. At 4,000 paces to be
south-cast of the eastern fort, aud consequently
nearer to Paris, Is the fort of Aubervillicia. Between
tbe two, passes tbe railway to Soissons, and behind
this line is the canal ol St. Denis. The t artli which
was dug uut of the canal forms before it a sort of
parapet, fortified by three redouhts. At a distance
of 4,200 paces from the other side of the Canal de
l'Onrcq and of the Strasbourg railway, on the con
tinuation of the height or Belleville by Pandln, Is
the fort of Komalnvllle. It Is 1,600 paces from the
principal wall ol defence. Asetesof iutrcnchmcnls
extends from tbe fort towards the Canal da l'0urcq
while on the ojlier side two redoubts defend tbe
Furtltor o to tlic et and tq the Buutb, allll on
the outer side of tbe same line of hills, and alinoet
in a line parallel to tbo railway to Mulbonse, the
works, of the forllflcallons, which are united by a
paved road, are continued at about equal distances,
the foits or Noisy, (3,500 paces, Hosny, (3,200
paces,) and Nogent, (3.80Q paces.) There ends the
line of bills which begius near Belleville, and de
scends by a steep Incline towards the Murne. Be
tween the above named forts are placed at short
Intervals the redoubts of Noisy, Moutrcuil, Bois
siere, nnd Fonlenay. Tbo Marne, which Isjiere 100
pact's in breadth, forms a natural delense, fortified
also by an intrcnebment 2,800 feet in length, con
sisting pi a parapet and ditches covering the isthmus
of St. Maur, where a bridge .crosses the Marne. The
two extremities of the lntrencbment are flanked by
the redoubts ofFaisandcric and Grnvelle. These the
railway of Vincennes and La Varcnne passes. All
these works Inclose, in a semi-circle, tbe castle o'
Vincennes, in which Is the principal arscual oi
Paris, on the edge of the great field for manoeuvring
artillery, close to tbe Marne. On tbe other bank nf
this river, in the triangle formed by the union of the
Seine and tbe Manic, near Alfort, on the right side
of Ihe Lyons railway, is the,fort of Charenton,
which closes tbe first line of defense. What adds
to its strength is that the cuclcntc Inclosed by tbe
forlificaliqns answers admirably for an entrenched
camp, in which 200,000 men may be placed.
The iiext group of detached forts to be described
is that of those ormlug the southern line of exterior
defences. Opposite to fort Charenton, and at a dis
tance of 4,000 paces, on tbe left ban of the Seine,
begins the southern line, with Ibe fort of Ivry,
which commands tbe neighborhood. In a straight
line, nearly from east to west, tbe forts of tlicetre,
Montrouge, Vannes and Issy, follow at equal dis
tances of about 3,000 paces. Tbe last named rises
to a height of about fifty feet above the level of tbe
Seine, which here leaves the city. Between them
are tbe railways of Limours (Sceaux,) and of Ver
sailles (left bank.) The threc last points are covered 1
since the introduction of rifled cannon, which were
not known nt tbe time of the building of these forts,
by the heights of Bairneux and Meuduu.
The third group of detached forts arc those on the
western side of I'aals."" This lino of outside defense
is naturally very easy, for the Seine, flowing In tbe
direction ol ttits north and norh-casl, turns toward
St. Deuis by St. Cloud, Boulogne, Surcnues, Pu
teaux, Courbevole, Neullly, Asnclres, Clicby, and
St. Oucn, places on tbe bank of the river. Between
it aud tbe town Is the celebrated Bols dc Boulogne.
On the line indicated, five bridges cross tbe Seine,
and near the station of Asnlercs, on the left bank,
the railways from Dieppe, Normandy, St. (Jermaln,
and Versailles (right bank,) nniteand cross the river
by a common bridge. A single fort, btjt the largest
and strongest of them all, that of Mont Yalerien,
situated 415 feet above the leTcl of the Seine, and
from which there Is a magnificent view of the city
of Paris, commands the whole of this epacc. A
paved road joins Mont Valerien with tbe Bois de
Boulogne, by the bridge of Snrennes.
We have spoken of the fort at Mont Valerien.
Tbe distance between this fort and the nearest of
those about St. Denis, is 16,500 paces, or nearly
seven milts; and the distance from the fort of Issy
is about 10,000 paces, or abont four miles. It is
clear that at this point there is a great gap In the
system of defense. Tbe report of tbe Minister on
August 8, seems to allude to this circumstance. It
is there stated that tbe special committee for the
armament of tbe fortifications of Paris bas noted
the existence of important gaps In tbe line of de
fense, but that they would immediately put In band
tbe execution of certain tvorh. t'io plans for which
bad Just been agreed to. "i important gaps"
Just referred to are on tbe side ui tbe valley of tbe
lower Seine. A great construction is being raised
between Mont Valerien and the sides of Mendon.
which will command tbe valle-s of Sevres and Ville
d'Avray. Tbe point which has been selected is
Montietont. It is directly opposite to tbe station of
We bave come to an end of the tcriei-of fortifies.
cations. The greatest distance is that between Mont
Valerien aud tbe Fopt de Nogent It fallows exactly
tbe parallel, and at a distance of 27,000 paces, or
nearly eleven miles; while in tbe southern direction,
tie greateet distance, between St. Denis aad tie
Fort Bicetre, is 20,000 paces, or eight miles. The
line of circumference which would Join the exterior
forts would be twenty-six mlles.o twelve and
a-balf hours' march.
All ibe exterior forts have bastions. Further, tue
forts qf Noisy, Hosny, and Nogent have born
works. The scarps and counterscarp are as high
as those of tbe fortifications of Paris; covered ways,
with trenches of masonry, aad bomb-proof powder
magazines, are everywhere. Ail the forts communi
cate by telegraph with Paris, and with each other.
Their selge would require a formidable army. Bat,
on the other si Je, we must not forget that the prob
lem of providing sufficiently for two millions oi
people for even one month has not yet been solved.
Surrender of MtraMbour.
Stra SBOCRO, Sept- 27th. On Tuesday afternoon
tbe Joyful sight of tbe white flag was beheld, flying
from tbe cathedral. This was followed br tho same
welcome of surrender from the cltadeL.,, Firing In
stantly ceased. A universal cheer arosefrom ona
portion of tbe besieging lines, which was soon
caught bp and echoed throughout the army. The
scene which followed was Indescribable; excited of
ficers embraced each other and clasped hands the
men following their example and some actually cried
The terms of capitulation as agrfed, have already
been reported. Yesterday I was fortunately enabled
to enter the city with a Baden regiment. Tbe sight
of the city was Impressive, and sad at the same time.
I was relieved by the evident joy of ttie: citizens at
their release from their terrible condition of suffer
ing. Tbe commanders of tbe forces, Generals Vfer
derand Ulricb met tor tbe first time yesterday. Af
ter the terms of capitulation had been arranged,
the meeting took place just -Inside, n gate In the east
side. General Ulricb advanced to General Werder
and with a voice much agitatod said, I here yielded
to an Irresistible force, when further resistance was
only reckless sacrifice of the lives of brave men. I
bave the cousolatlon of knowing I bave yielded to.
an honorable enemy." General Werder was much af
fected, and placed both hands on Ulrich's shoulder,
and said, "You fonght bravely; you will have as
much honor from the enemy as you can have from
your own countrymen." ,
All arms were surrendered except officers side
arms. A hasty examination Of a portion of the city
showed that it had not suffered as much as was sup
posed. Tbe exterior of tbe Cathedral appears much
injured, but not sufficiently to prevent Its restora
tion in the original shape. Some five bquscs tn
Place du Cathedral are burned, and the ruins of build
ings show the danger to which the city was -exposed.
In the vicinity of the Cathedral, op tbe cast
side of tbeclty, tbedestrucllon was great. A singu
lar appearance was presented by tbe inhabitants en
gaged In rcmovlugstraw, bags, rags, and every con
ceivable means of stopping unwelcome visitors, from
the windows. These scattered In the streets give
them the appearance of a general removal of the in
habitants. Tbe ruins of the theatre presented' a dis
Among the buildings destroyed was the) fine pub
lic library. I am informed the books were previous
ly removed, or at least those of the greatest value.
It does not appear there bad been much actual suf
fering for want of food, though means were husband
ed with tbe greatest care. Tbe principal cause of
anxiety was tbe confinement and won't of good wa
ter. Several cases of mortality ore reported as the ef
fects of tbe bombardment, but I am Inclined to be
lieve the accounts aro exaggerated. One iainlly,
consisting of a father, two daughters, two yonng
sons and an infant had takcu refuge in a cellar of
their house, when the residence was struck by a,
shell, and all were destroyed. One old gentleman,
a business merchant In Strasbourg for many years,
Informed me that his daughter was killed on the
street. Tbe feeling of tbe people Is onoof general
thankfulness for tbe capitulation.
Reports that are spread, charging Ulrich with bru
tality, are destitute of foundation. His conduct to
ward tbe clllzeus, was marked 'vlth the greatest hu
manity and consideration.
A cable dispatch from London, to the New York
Herald says : Your correspondent writes from Ber
lin, on the 20th, that the surrender of Strasbourg Is
likely tu produce a complete change in tha war. It
Is said Bazalnc Is now willing to capitulate if the
Prussians will restore the Imperial Government, and
agree to peace. This meets the Bupriort of Imperia
listic soldiers and a majority of the bonrgocs aud
Is 'Ii y Io "tVliiipiTeii Surrendered.
An ofllcerwho bad not quitted General de Wlmpf
fen all tbe morning of tbe 1st, writes as follows to
the Dthntt :
On that morning the Prussians, having terminated
their movement, attacked us nn our right, in order
to drive ns on tbe fresh troops who awaited our des
cent from the plateau, before deploying all their for
ces. For a moment General de Wimpffen was delud
ded, and believed in a victory, not as yet knowing
that he bad before him more than 150,000 enemies.
In the evening he resolved to open a passage for the
troops to tbe Belgian territory, or to match opon
Carlgnan. lie would doubtless bave succeeded, as
tbe enemy, half disorganized by the contest, had re
nft Ined In position on the field of battle; bnttbe
Emperor, who still beld de facto the' chief command,
prevented blm, and paralyzed his best efforts by call
log up tbe Prussians with a white flag, aud by ad
dressing a letter to the King. General de Wlmpflcn,
altera warm altercation with tbe Emperor and bis
suite on tbe subject, returned to bis quarters and
gave In bis resignation, Napoleon refused to. accept
It, and wrote to him tbe following note:
"General: You cannot resign at the moment
when tbe army may be still saved by an honorable
capitulation. You have done your duty all day ; do"
It still. You will render a great service to tbe coun
try. Tbe King has accepted the armistlc, and I am
waiting for his proposition. Believe in ray friend
Tbe General, being then persuaded that only one
course was open; that In retiring alone, as be could
still do, be might avoid personal captivity, bat
wonld abandon the gallant soldiers who bad braved
death under his orders during tbe whole day; seeing
also that In so acting lie would ill perform tbe func
tions or Generat-ln-cblef placed in his hands by tbe
fortune ol war, decided to remain at tbe bead of the
army, to share tbe lot of all, and to set his name to
the capitulation tbat terrible act which closes by
an immense disaster, by an unfurseen catastrophe,
one of the most brilliant of military careers.
General Pelle also refused to adhere to the capitu
lation. A leltcr addressed by him tcrbis wife says :
I am prisoner of war with tbe wholearmy; Never
bas any people had to undergo such an affron'L ,Teil
your brother that it be reads the report of tbe cane
ell of war held for the surrender of tho army, he
will see that two Generals refused to submit. They
were not named ; but tbe world should know that
the dissentients were Generals Pelle and Carre da
Bellemare." iront Galtganfe Mtuengcr.
The Irrepressible Cel stiax. The cotton man
ufacturers orFall River, Mass;, are negotiating with
s Chinese emigration agent, for the introduction of
Celestial labor in their establishments.
TnS following notice recently appeared In a Lon
don Juafosl: "To betold'on the 8th of August, 151
salts Its U w, tbe property of an eminent attorney
about to retire from business. Note The clients
are rich and obstinate.'1
The reply nncorteous was given to an enthusiast
wba was speaking of a recent marriage with a mil
iitary man and an advanced spinster; In these worda,
"None but the brave deserre the fair." JKeply,
"Yrs, none but the brave can live with tome of
them:" . . "7 . v .
President Grant's "tcutraHty Prot Button.
WASH-tQTOX, D. C, Oct. 13t
BT TUB PRESIDENT OP THE VXZTX33 STATES OP AZS.
ICA. A PEOCLi ATI0X.
Whereat, Divers ill disposed persons have at sua
drr times wltblu the territory or Jnrtidlctloa of the
United States begun, set on foot, or provided or
prepared the means for military expeditions or en
terprises to be carried'on thence against the terri
tory or dominions of Powers with whom the Unit
ed States are at peace, or by being or assuming, to
be members of such-hodles, by levying or collecting
money for tbe purpose or for tbe alleged, purpose of
using tbe same in carrying on- military enterprises
against such territories or domains, by enlisting sod
organizing armed fore to be1 used-against such
Powers, aod.by .fitting out and equlppinc and arm
ing vessels to transport such organized armed fore,
to be employed In hostilities against such Powers:
And trArr, It is alleged, that there is reason to
apprehend, tbat'sneh evil disposed persons hara-tt
sundry times, within, tbe territory and jurisdiction
of the United States, violated the laws thereof By
accepting and executing commissions to serve bj
land or by sea against powers with whom tbo Unit
ed States are-at peace, by enlisting person or other
persons to carry oa war with such powers, by fitting
and arming vessels, with intent that the same shall
be employed to cruise or cgmmlt hostilities against
such powers, or by delivering commissions within
the territory. or jurisdiction of the United States for
such vessels to the end that they might be employ
ed aforesaid :
Awl ItyVre , Such acts arejn violation of the
laws of the United States in, such cases made and
provided, and are done In disregard of the duties
and obligations wblcb all persona, residing or belna;
within the territory or jurisdiction of the United
States, owe thereto and are 'condemned by alt right
minded and law-abiding citizens;
Aoia Therefore, I, Ulysses 8. Grant, President of
tbe United States of America, do hereby proclaim
and declare, that all persona hereafter found within
tbe territory or Jurisdiction of the United States
committing any of the aforesaid violations of' law
and order, or any similar violations of tbe sovereign
ty of the United States, for which punishment is
provided by law, will be vigorously prosecuted
therefor, and upon conviction and sentence to pun".
shraent-wlU not be entitled to expect or receive tha
clemency of the Executive to save them from tha
consequences of their gnllt, and I enjoin on every
officer of the Government, civilian and military or
naval, to use all efforts In his power to arrest fcr
trial and punishment every such offender agalost
tbe-law providing for tbe performance of onr sacred
obligations to friendly powers.
In testimony whereof, I bave hereunto set my
hand and caused the seal of the United States to be
Done at tha City of Washington, tbl twelfth dsy
of October, and the year of our Lord, 1870 and of
the Independence of the United State tbe ninety
fifth. r (Signed) U. a O ha.it.
By the President: Hamtoh Fish,
Secretary of State.
Tho Lut off Dlcke-D.
The current number of Every Saturday con
tains tha fragmentary chapter jtiii. ol tie "The
Eystery or Kilwin Drood," the I t, written wort
of Charles Dickens, and the point in the tory,
having; reached which be laid down bis pn for
ever. An additional interest U imparted to this
fragment in the fact that scarce two hoars bail
elapsed after it was written before the author
was seized with his fatal illness. The chapter de
velops how the old hag, keeper of the opium den
in London, with a doscription of rjhich resort it
will be remembered tho noval opens, is engaged
in. closely following np Mr. John Jasper, but
wherefore we are left only to conjecture. The
scene is. Cloisterbam, whither tbe old woman has
traced Jasper from London. Tbe closing sen
tences narrate how she returns from the cathedral,
where sho has been to satisfactorily identify the
person or the choir-master, her opium-eating cus
tomer. A s she leaves the cathedral she is accos
ted by.Mr. Datchery, who has struck up a mys
terious sort of acquaintance with the beldame
since her few hours sojourn in Cloisterbam, tha
basis'of which seems to be, her desire to know
who Mr. Jasper really is, and who, pauses to speak
to herns he is about to enter his lodgings at Mrs.
Tope's : '
"Well, mistress, good morning. Have yon
Been him V ' -1' ' 1
"I've seen him, Deary ; I've seen him P
"And you know him 1
Know him 1" Better for them all tho Rever
end Parsons know him I" , ,
Mrs. Topo's rare has spread a , very neat, dean
breakfast for her lodger. Before sitting down to
it, ho opens his corDcr-cnpboard door; takes li
bit of chalk from its shelf ; adds one thick lino
to tbe score, extending from the top of tbe cap
board door to tho bottom, and then falls to with
And so, closing as abruptly and as suddenly as
the life of CirHf -Dickens himself, comes to an
end "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."
Fresch Lcxcbt. A correspondent at tha seat
of war says : "A charge of sybaritism seems ap
plicable to a great proportion of tbe French army.
1 bad a conversation last night with one of the
persons present at the capture of Hagoeaean.
'I"he French officers' trunks were, according ta
his account, more than three times tha size al
lowed in the Prussian army, and furnished 'with
wonderful comfort. Not only shirts dy the doz
en, dress uniforms and table linen, bat trout
rods and glove-openers', were found In these cam
LnESAL OBEDiESCtThe Emperor Paol, of
Russia, once ordered tbat certain retail shepa
should be all numbered "So. 1, etc." Forthwith
every shop bare on, its front, 't'o. 1, etc" loch
was tke Emperor's order, and it was literally
obeyed, for the Rsns are a literal people. One
day a mandate was issued than no man shodd
walk the streets at night without a lantern. A
dotor set oat orr his rounds, attended by his ser
vant carrying bis lantern. The potiee allowed tha
servant to pass, bat arrested the doctor.
It is related of Ton Moltke that, daring Sido
wa, while the lighting was going on, his aides and
orderlies brought him reports and meuagej-fro
ime to time, on which, seated in his teat,- with
his plan before him, he gave his orders. A
length some thing was said not readily intelligi
ble, he rose, mounted his horny galloped acroaa
the country and straight through the line ot fire,
heedless of ball or bullet, and, having teen what
he wanted to see, galloped back the same way,
and quietly completed his orders. ' "
Latzs advices from Jong Kong .Mpert tho
farther assa ination of foreigners' by tke Chi
nes?. It is reported that Chinese rocfa are it.
ing collected he t ween Tientsin aad Pekia , oi
nally'for the protectioa . foreigner' 'StroBy
doubts' are expressed ad to Hat be-r tkt mI la
te a tie of tke rave-eat.