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Hnnoiuhi, Hawaiian Islniuls: Saturday, September in, IRR8.
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Hill bo it nif mtat. UmI l.vne iwiii,
lit mil ami il.x.U, III jiUf mul l.ni,
1'nrwt vMh lli) Mm ll.e piwloiit gift?
I r'l.sMOS.f NI.N IhllllV-M.lllf,
Among Hie hillliant rwlnlc of liotiillrt ll,it
suiKuiroled Ihe I'tlnep of Walrs nt llil;linn,
In (lis Mil)' (tut of the proem renlmy m
lily IbgsriMimc, lme cli.it m Inn) n fim
nielli nltriirtcil llie mlinltnlioii of ilia omnium
I'tnilfel, Hilt, tint runlrnl llli llip (citciitl
miMll'n lilcli lil iitjitl hihnrM aiII
trl In kihiiI In all nidly women, lu-i Imly.
lilt t, amlilliom o complclrly atitnl llie
IiphI of llio lilr-otHrnt. Arcoiillnuly n
fflc cliimiclt uniinnunml to ciniie ofl nl
h j'retty lilllu ill. nrm tlicSpi, nml litr
li)0ili a tlrlciminnl to cli4in llie nilnee
by ntuuilii; a i untie iltrnt lliat woiiM liac
Ktlfnit llie lattc of n Wntteiu. At licr teM
dencr lie liiil n inlnliituie fann-pul ami llnce
AMernej, Wlirn llie piliicr, llli lilt fileinN
nml nttrmUnt ti.xl aultctl, the fjlt luiMe
Mine fotwanl fiont a lilc ileUet, ilieeil a a
mllV-nuW, for the jiurinno if nuking a kjlla
liuli for tilts prince. She liad a lltr pill In
one Innil nml an ornamental slool in the other.
Tim eipilppeil, dhe tilppeil alone, ulth ill
Urn ll)1ii(; fiom hei ilainly little nilllini; hat
that tiling iro. one Mo of her (jntccful IimiI,
ami the mulM Utile apron tleil ltelow her
laewl tomachcr, till hc came opH)lte hi
itijal hl;hnc, to whom the iltoppeil a caie-fnlly-vtuilleil,
liewltchloi; nistic rouitey. Then
p.ln; llRhtl) oer the henntlfully plalteil
straw, her tucVnl'iip rcim Mmnlnclicr neat
nnklc ilionctl in colotcil tocVin(;i he placed
her itool and pail coincniently for nc. Ian
'nK Rlnt the ll.tnk of one of the croe.t
louVlni; of the Aldcinc), the wan almut to
tegin her pretty lak; hut not rrlith!ii lhi
new and Mraiij-c riunviiilon, the animal nt
once commeiirvd ktcUiii mil, upetllnt: trtl,
il and mtllvinaid, and then lioUlng coolly
awa). I.ady llagi;crtonc tine, romed nilli
amfuMim, and Iieat a haily retieat into her
little ililr), whence she did not emerge oyiin
tlittda). .irVr1! ll'ttkfy.
KSniSlt'H VUt'HUKST VltttitK
It In heel) announced In lhehiicfct fuhion
ly telegram that Qucenl.iud, m Intern
Anvtralia, hat annexeil Ilia nci;hloiiui; idand
of New Guinea. Net reason i Rien, but It I
dimply Mated that the Police MaRUtralc of
Queensland ha taken " formal KHesIon in
her majcl)' uainc." It i perhap rcmaik
ahlc, contidcrini; the rapaciou. ipialiiiei of the
UnpJMi ran', thai New (iuinea khould have
1een left unmolested mi long. It l a lui(;c
itland, rich in pasture and in forest, with a
wealth of tropical fnut, and it lie most tempt
ingly lieu, and within two ot three hours'
(team of Xotthern Queensland. It hat been
almost Qscilookcd by ctplorcis, tuibutly li.njn
been theic in recent )car except Captain
Moresby. The interior, like Australia itself,
is t ttrtu iViixV,i , but the coast line, with
li lieautiful lu), coral reefs, and fishing lit
hftcs, is full of pitnntsc. At home here the
Queensland raid has been received with
chuckles and smiles. Sir Cieorgc-Cainpliell,
It is true, has made a protest, and indignantly
asks if Mr. Gladstune sanctions this "liiilms
tcilng " proceeding, but the tendency of the
House of Commons ha been to laugh. The
fact is, whateser may be said by out goscrn
ment, QuecntUnd, a child of the empire, is
simply following precedent, and profiting by
the teachings of experience. Kngland hat
Colonic without end, and in their turn these
colonies' desire colonic and oscsvlon of
their own. They are tf our blood, they have
our instincts, our "eaithdiungei," and no
wonder, if the opjilunily olTets, that the)
nakc a grab. 1 or some time Queensland has
meditated this stroke, and rf late there has
Itcen gmwing fear of riials, and csjicciallof
Geruian), To at old a scramble and to keep
other out, the Australians hae tacked to
their vast continent, the third largest Island in
the worldi It is only one more instance of
the cucily of Unions to take and to hold a
new country. " How is it," said a satage, to
whom a missionary had lcn gixing a glowing
trout of heaven, " I low is it, then, that the
English base not annexed it )"Sjmt Mail,
'"'Masta wants to know if you can't settle
his small bill to-day, kase he wants the monc)
lad,", said a darkey to a gentleman. " No, I
can't. TUts U the third time you have Cvmc
for this money today. Your master m
afraid I am going away, is he?" "Not
'racily j Inst look heah?" said the darkey
sl)ly and iM)-tcriously, "He' agwine to
tun 'way Isiaactf, and itaifor' wants to nuke a
The great Forson having once exasperated
disputant, the (xtukurt opponent thus
aidnstsil hiai ; " t bsts; Uase to tlt )ou, sir,
tasat ty osialon of you U pjtWly eoatMopti.
fcU." "I ac knew, air," said Ixon, "an
' syinina of yogis hish nu uutsstiUe.M
Ihr I'Midif iifw Miflf,
In 111 iIikwIdk inoin or hl ndi'ilnlng ilit
bmlrtsnni of III hmd nf it fiinll) shimld I n
eattaln thitf m ihobm, slnllnn rd low, wy
nf mp, ami fllleil wllh linpl imnndles,
ltl llll Is fl llKlil In .fellr.Slr IliMllll, Ihf
faillll) nff nflitn aimivnl In Ihr nlht in g?t a
Imi hilek or A Imltla nf lint wnlrr, It It wl
in Iwr a rswillti pinvlslmi itt htnd. At nny
rllblifr tloin yii eiin pnseiir a Mat Utg, wllh
rituml lopv r nml 1mihI! for hl watfl.
'Hilt U tnucli tiiiteiiiinliit It. t is the btlok
or (jltss Uillla, iind cm Ity nppllnl In an) nit
of llw hitily its well at fnrllspilmut un M
fl, II Is iiImi a iiwliil itiliclc lo lakit Iratel'
inn ' I"111' '',, I'' I" n damp nr timnol lcrp.
lug apulmcnt. T ln wntn, If Mllng a bi-glrt
wllh, will mn.tln w,im all nlghl, Whrli )ou
hut Mnlslml using It, empl) li al nnre and
sciew on Hie ttnppvl I" ptrcni mllit)iig Ihitt
linpoilitut seetloii, Never lung up llio log
full nf wAlrri Ihe weight of the mnlrnU will
slowly but nicl) pull thn tuhhrr Aw,i) finnt
the nwk-sftew and mne n hnpelr Iriikngf.
An "Ktnt" or wlie-Mtml tint his over n
rjat-biirnet, Am,wTll atipHiil a tin nip, ran be
usd in witim mill, nr hwt up beef Ira oi olhn
drink, nnd to heal a poultice or a lotion, It it
ehiMp and useful Investment, A giadualnl
girt for medicines, avoiding the drop and llie
teniKi(in, n gli tube fur lliuld fmul when llio
Invalid Is iiiiivble to lift the hntd, And n papli
nnf he bisln, light nf weight Ainl evy to cuiiy,
should Iind n plvcr on the shelf. Make room
aIwi for a roll nf old linen and one of soft llinncl
A tin or china Ixix of iniislard, f.t)rune pep
per and llaxsenl meal, nil icidy to spread fur a
inustaid pmiltlce, nml n siptvre of oilnl slk In
cover ovrr an) Kiiillre, should be nl html,
It Is imt often s.ifr to lake prrcilptlnn medicine
nf an) kind without dliect medical ndvlec, but
the pict.irAtlou of llcoiire, kuowii n brown
mlttiiie, with n little muil.Me of ammonia in It,
I cscellcnl for a Midden snllf) cold, Aromatic
ammonlv I nn invaluable Imtlle, nn Innocent
stluudiiil to keep nn hind. I'ot n f.vluthig-fil,
give a lmlf-teasKxinful of iiiuiimllc pllll of
nmuiouli, with n l.ililcuHnifu of whlk) or
brand), hi n tivlilcx'iiful or water, Keep the
ophit of hartshorn or strong nmmonli ipilte
nway fiom this shelf,
A lmtllc or Ikix of "siVila-mlnt" pills fur
Sleepless dyspepsht A till) b"llleof piregoric
one of the good, safe old icinedle that will
often ward iIV a coming cold n well ns relieve
p.vin and dlarrhira disturbance) A Imttlc of
llomnau's nmdinc forn raging tooth whenjou
ate worn out with lccplenc, and also (or
some kinds of "nppiestloni" a wiiaII vial of
ncclic ether tosiiilTiil, which often gics breath
again to the nervous asthmatic) a liny bottle nf
homteopAthic eolocj nihil (cucumber), which
cures colic with laugh thle rapidity, and the in
vAluablc Aconite jiellets, the homoeopathic
lanccl, fur fev crlshncit without outer pro
nounced s) mptimis, or w hen the ringing, croupy
cough is heaid nt midnight to the mother's
dlmav, A liottlc of urc cosmnllne, that, well
rubbed In on the thioal or the shoulder, has often
cured vireiicssiu cither: or clc llie good old
mixture cfs-ipiaUw eel oil, ainica and laudanum,
that, Also well rubbed In, cure many n "stitch'
In time. So a .small liottlc of tuipcnltnc, to
l; sprinkled oer hot llanncls, is teady and
"handy" for throM, chest or utomnrh. As
many a sore throat com from the stomach, this
can be often relieved by a scidllu Hiwder mid
by swallowing a teaslXHiuful of plain comotitie.
Let it go down slowly n ll melt. It is ofhn
Ihiit.nncc to have a bottle of the puicst, not
scented, comiollne on. hand, ns this icmcdy Is
now ucd furinwaid as well as oiitwatd Applica
tions. Chlorate of polah, the Invariable gargle
in the early days of diphtheric nlaim, Is now
liniiid to act better if ndminbtcicd u a gargle,
thhty grains in a tumbler of claret (one-half
water), followed by a swalluw of plain eosmo.
line until five tnUoonful have been taken.
Thce arc given, it must be retncinliercdw only
if nu doctor can lie reached and a little chlorate
of potash (fie grains) may be swallowed in
water every two hour until other help comes.
This it now sold compresseil in five-grain pills.
The shelf i not full yet, but these will do for n
beginning. And if you arc without shelf or
any apiiiliccar)' appliance, of any "pathy"
whatever, and have the means at hand to
secure hot water ipiickly, cither to drink or to
apply outwardly, )ou can rout many a sudden
attack and lie asleep before morning, An
indlieusablc tlanncl wrapper should hang on a
near pegs even in summer weather it in itself
is a comfoiting remedy for many kind of
There is one pin-cushion that should always
stand "loaded," either on the bureau or on the
work-table, with a few threaded needles In ll,
altvaysready, A black-silk needle, a "patent"
thread in colors, anil two needle threaded with
fine and ctursc white cotton time make all
the dihVrcncc liettwcen catching a living button
or a, hastly departure and of stalling in disrepair.
A Ikittle of strung hartshorn, ammonia, for re
moving stains In clothing, with n ready sponge
attached U its cotk, i as necessary to every
wardrobe ns is a ciothes-lnuili. 'lYd.'ii
The Manpiit de Lemlllc Is producing sonic
thing of a sensation in Paris as an "apostle"
of broiled beefiteak, It isundertoN he came
from Kngland. Where he came from when he
arriv cd in ICnglaml no one tut told. 1 1 c holds
that evry article of food except his chosen dish
produce fermentation in the stomach and
darkness in the Intellect, ami destroys noble
aspirations. He has many invitations to
dinners, but declines all of (lit in on the ground
that he would have to submit to llie deterioi
atlng intluenccs of lood other than broiled beef,
steak If he were to accent, Wlieie it is ex.
pllcitly st forth that there is to he no dining,
he sends hi acceptance, and is counted as a
Tticre grow) in the sagebrust and desert
lands In Nevada aud Utah a shrub, called by
the Indians "tcmiah," which, when made Into
an infusion, cannot be dislinguUhcd by taste
from Chinese tea. It Is a blood purifier, and
Indians and whites use it for medicine. Many
of the miners of Kastern Nevada have acquired
a taste for it and prefer it to the tea of the
stores. Its effect, is a mild stimulation, about
nhe ume. as U produced by lea or corTce, and
do harmful oi injurious effects follow its use.
The plant grows wild.
lr"i lllilhiixit Mini llnll t'niniiilllef
Wnmlild pilldi was Milly nin down when
liiilnln Olidlny Via railed In ItUir III ill
lnvnrd, lifArnn Hmlt Inld llie piung lln
ulogtifi lint llio MKt had clinked tint wiinl and
Jie nat Almiit illteiAiiAgeil, )rt ha eiiiilliiinul In
pray it I Hie family altar ami the wekd) H.i).
mecllng tint "llie Uud would lnp.il lio iiin
lh dry Imneti, llnl an anny now lrelng
iul(llil ailw nd do ballle for the grant rtiplaln."
Iletwm Senlt was a church In himself, tbo
vli of the eailln his piA)ei would mv an)
rrminuiilt) froin I'tillre wnk )nr In Ihls
wnild'i goods Im was ilch lotvaid (lod, and It
vva a pnniMiiiii irmaik "llnl lili kind nf rellg.
Ion wat the roal thing, and llmt he crilalnly
would Inve a high place In gli)." Ilmiilne
( li I1 ley had n rail In a rlly chinch, ami hit
filrndtwomleird tint herrfitiril ll and dedilnl
to lili.ir.it WiKsbldfi for a )var but (lildlcy
hid snl v ii I a C"l many lough piohlem In hi
life, and he lalhrr liked in mine In a rhwe hug
vfllli the devil, not that he thought hlintelf
bctlrr linn other inrn, but Inj li nl found nut
llnl gill and gnce will nccnmpllih womluis In
till ttoild. Dwcon Hcnll, nfler he had heard
him pirirh, svld (the deacon, llkn Mor, hid
an Impediment In hit apcech) "he ni'iin
liiA) be A bodniy, bill he'a gut a ni.tni'iinn'
head on Mm,"
And tit tlni event proved he had an an.
illenre of thirty the llrt thrt'cmonth, but luj
carefully prepunl hit serumin, pleaching ex.
trniinie nnd sliiil)lug llie people, becoming
a ftmllhr caller at their liomet he was ut as
faithful at he would Invu lu'eit had honcrtplrd
the llilteiliig call to the gir.it city hutch,
lluw.it a bible student, n unn of prajtr nnd
rrady In lend a html In widow lllgelnw At lu-r
vvoisbplle, or Tom June, who ha Iho general
f.tclnluiu of the village. Tint rniiuli) fulks
said "Iheie was no starch alml liliu." He
made himself one of the people, mid tltcy all
I en i nn I to irut him .and lovv liliu,
aclt Oliver was rli of the characters of the
village, a shiftiest ne'er-dn-well, who could
tell stories by llie hour anil keep people In a
roar, hut had spent lit)milh hidittlpatlou and
was unit, nt middle age, A hanger-on of so
del), lie had considerable Iniluence when he
cared to exert It, a when they had n temper
nncc rimlldale for supervisor, Although Zach
even now drank at time, he determined to
elect hi man, who hid done him n fivor, and
It was Accomplished by hi exertions.
The ilomine saw the latent fmce In Znch,
nnd he determined In gain hi favor hu heard
hi stoiies nnd then irturncd the favor, for Mr.
lilldlcy had n ileal of fun in hit nature, lie
began to nsk hi assistance in some little
thing, nil the lime dropping n word lutiv nod
then In regard to religion tilings. Z.tcli
Oliver's name was frequently mentioned at the
mercy sent, Mr, (Jridlcy felt Iho weal or woe
of Hie community might turn on the spiritual
reformation of this man. h'or month there
was no hint of changu save that .nek became
moic thoughtful and was a 'regular attendant
nt church; but the divine Icvcnwasnt work,
nnd one day he came to the domino's study In
deep trouble, Hi sin weighed him down
until he felt utterly crushed l "hevvnscouvlUctl
of sin," a the old divine phrased It. Zach said
uflcftvard "he was held over the mouth nf the
pit for three da) s and he saw the devil face to
face)" he altva) imUtcd on till. Deacon
Scott prn)cd with htm al this time. The
deacon was. mighty in pelllon. His impedi
ment In speech was nbsciil when nn hi knee,
nnd Znch declared "that the shining one led
hun Into the light a he knvcled bchlc the
Woodsldc was startled when It went aImiiiI
.tli.it Zach Oliver "had got religion," (hey
could hardly lielictc it, and even church people
doubted. Hut at the prayer-meeting they
heard Zach relate how- the Uird led him, and
they were greatly moved, lie was thoroughly
converted, he had turned over n new leaf) he
said his past was a blank and he must begin
agiln. Hut he did pot hesitate to hold forth
the word of life. He became a living epistle.
The dniuinc saw hi opioiiunlty. He had
found a fulcrum for the lever of (he word, and
society could he lifted higher) the )oung people
vtetc called together and they formed what was
called "The Highway and Hedge Committee,"
finding their motto In the fourteenth of Luke:
"Co out into the hlghvva) ar.d hedges and
compel them to conic, in that my house may be
filled." Zach Oliver became the moving spirit
of this new organization. The town was di
vided Into dbtriclti every family was vidleil)
they were kindly Invited to clirch) a reception
committee was appointed to receive them,
show them attention and make them feel at
home) If possible, they were given good scals
nnd Ihe doiulnc managed to take more of them
by the hand the cdmmltlee rc(Hirtcd to him
cv cry w eek o that he w as acquainted somew hat
with their circumstance nnd had a real interest
It was wonderful what a little organintion
and sanctified common.scnie accomplULcd,
The church began to fill up. New faces were
seen on erery side. The Hwr, (he maimed,
the halt and the blind were there, The di
vine idea of llie church seemed to be in a
measure icalircd. The rich and the ioor sat
together) the J.ord was the maker of them nl.
Faith and works went together, and the Lord
blcued the labors, and a great revival fullowed.
Some one asked Domlne Giidley "how he
built up such a congregation in a country dis
trict." " Oh, shaking hands, shaking hand.,"
hcrrplicd, with a sly twinkle. "The Highway
and Hedge Committee" trained up some valu
abU workers. Zach Oliver was the means
of bringing some of Ihe moss helpless case
to the Mulct's feet for healing. His.
most powerful argument was, "Whereas I
was blind I now see," and those who
knew hi useless life before acknowledged
the change, and were driv en to the same pilghty
souice for help, .Many a church is shorn of
halfits power for lack ofanctifird orginiration,
it lst talent lying fallow and heathen within
sound of its Sabbath bell. No greater prob.
Inn fronts the church of to-day ) how to reach
Ihe masses, how to nuke Ihe old fact again
Uue that "the jtoor have the goiI preached
Domiue Jf.riJIey waa faithful over a few
things) "he took a low seat, he worked a
mull field, "and by doing a big work in his study
and a bigger stork la the parish, he hail a large
fiM it last. The divinity graduate may find
a him hre, 'Ilia "man) ihlngt" and ih
"Itlgliff Mirtl" railed lilni at Ittl, and h wti
able in nnstrr the hrgfr piiihmnf a iiiaimpob
Man tharge, because li Imt lieen faithful nw
llnl vtil.ii via leati, lint he nft'ti ild nmdi
nf (lie rieilll lulonged In "The Highway and
Hedge Cniumlllee," who, iiudu (1im' hi.
Ing, had roiuptlil nun In rnme In Mail) a
dniiilne iinshim for a laige f "i I . I , at If the
Ahulght) waiin fully iiwai of each linn'
latent, I'mvlile iica It Invited hy in my a devltn
In call up higher, hut Ihe Migrr utiifuliiMt lies
ai Iho iliinr. Child piiwliril faithfully In a
Infill woman, mid a wlmla rllj.fnll Imng nil
hi wnnlt. No unn It w.nllng his Mlenl who
Is lining hi full duly whte find Ins pllfed
him, 'I Im enemy ma) ho on every Imi'l anil
ililhciillliss Inrrlrade the advance, but iheeye
nf f 4 ft I ' the "clnrloii and lirirsmmen nf
(IikI." Domlne (Irldley hrlkved llili, he
pmved ll, and when dlstiurllnu riimo Im win
prepifnl In weir ll like A in ill, .AVte Vaik
Hif t'nlrilin) nf irlr)f,
Tim I'Aiuiina Sin and Herald gives III" fob
lowing ilescrlptliin nf tniiin tccent rem.nkahhi
fcUmlc roinniollon i "
"The volcano of Omeiepe, In IiIia Nlra.
nigul, I al present In eruption, much to e
alaim of the irtldcnl on the Mind, which Is
fiiimol hy the iiioiihiaIii, On May I. ul io a,
m., it frlghtfiil tiilileirnnrali iiimbllng was
heanl, which lnn lintwern two and lliren
inliiule, but nu onlliteak wasvhnhh;, On Ihe
following day n number of people climbed In
the summit of Ihu volcano, and found lint Ihe
crater had Increased In she, and w.n uhiut
llililv-live yard In length and tlin-o In wl.llh,
but ludeplli could iiolbecahulaled. Aroiiml
ll wete slievvu luge ipiiutltlrsof stone and
tnrU rmrred with ulaie-rnlorot mud. Mane
of the time niaierl.iU hid b)iiici down In a
kniilhwrtti'ily dlrrrlloii, fuinilng a bed.voor
too varils hi length, nnd ashes tvrre sciilcred
In All tllrectlou, Two dn)iiflcriv,iidit series
of terrifying eruptions, acfompuiletl by pro
longeil runifillngt occiired, At about 3 I: M,,
on Ma) ), the caith and rock In Ihe vicinity nf
the miter were seen In break, lava Mowed
foith, and from it llieto buist iipwnid , thick
Column of le.ubcnloied snuiliu of awe-Inspiring
magnitude, which sent the terrified vil
lager II) Ing to Iho churches In the bellefllut
lhn whole island was nbout to be ilmtrnyed,
Koilunatclv', however, no damage was done, as
the lava followed a direction where there were
tin Inhabitants and the ground U nnt cultivated,
"The valley of Ihu Attain, lliiiled In the
Slate of Caiict, In this republic, continue in
be a center of that volcanic ncllvlty which wa
llnl evinced there In Septemhei tif lal year.
On evcr.il occasions wu havu called attention
to thedisipponranccof Islands In that vicinity,
aud the recent sudden change the topography
of thu counti) has undergone, hut really no
authentic ilcscilplinn from private or public
tourtcs linen yet seen llio light. That re
unrkahlo phenomena arc being presented Ihcte
no one can doubt, from what Is already known,
nnd from the infotnullon contained hi A letter
written to the I'leiiilent of ilieSttto of Catica
In the last week of April, which I now inulu
public nnd which stale lint Al Klo Sucli,
nbout 40 tiillci from tho Atlantic, the eartli
cracked anil opened In many places, thrnwtr.g
nut very fine sand In n heated stale, while a
DuhtcirnncAii unite wa heard resembling lint
made by boiling water. At Turbo, which I
on the Gulf of Urilu, the eaith opened and
water flowed out, Mooding the street to a
depth of two feet. Many Finnic were shaken
down. The small village of Ilujic. and
Nicuriohavc ban completely engulfed. The
innuth of the river I.eon. which emptied into
the Atlantic, ha completely chued up, nml all
over the district the movement nf the eailli i
wi continuous tint the Inhabitant are cni
Igrating. "On May 31, at 7 A. M,, a slight earth
iiuakc was felt at Motnpos, on Ihe river Mag.
dalcna in the Slate of llolivar, which was
followed hy a sharper one at 3 a. m., on the
33d, on which day shock wcreaUo felt at ,S.iu
Salvador and Guayaquil,"
" Some Delusions- Regarding the Oyslcr," Is
the title of a paper hy Dr. C, I.. Dana, of
New Yoik. The doctor is a lover of trutlubut
notofoystcrs, or he would never have laid bare
what he is pleased Io term fallacies attached to
our ideas of the delicate bivalve. It Is a com.
moii belief, very consoling to those of feeble
digestion, that the o)ster, when taken into Ihe
stomach, executes, by virtue of hepatic ill.u-.
tave, n kind of fclo tic se, and digest itself.
The doctor ha tried the experiment, aud pul
0) iters, whole and masticated, into water,
plain, alkaline and acidulated, and find the re
sult nil, except in Ihe case of the nciludilcd
water, when prolonged iligcttlon caused a soft
ening of the liver of the bivalve. Fallacy
numlier two that raw 0) tiers arc always more
digestible than when cooked Is not borne out
by artificial digestion with pepiinc. The oys
ter stew, licing composite in character, it, how
ever, not quite as readily managed by the
stomach as raw oysters or those roasted in the
shell. Delusion number three that ferment
ed liquors digest or assist the digestion nf the
bivalve was nnt.tornc out by fact, nor was (he
oft cited experiment, that an oyster dropped
into a glass of beer will disolve, found Io bo
' correct, As a general conclusion wc muse re
luctantly concede hc oyster It a mockery, but,
like some other delusions sometimes associated
with it, it will still be indulgesl in by ordinary
mortals, who can afford h,t.nthn JAiAW
Slrmiw Hutrn of Mmlonua,
St, Petersburg lias narrowly tscaped loving
the most prccluu of its art treasures, the cele
brated Madonna delta Staffa of Raphael. The
picture, which for more, than three centuries
and a half belonged to the Staffa family, was
purchased In 1870 by the Kmperor of Russia
for ; 1 1,400, and was by him presented to Ihe
late empress, who al her death bequeathed tt
to (he art museum at the Hermitage, The
heated air of the gallery In which the picture
was hung recently spilt Ihe square pine panel
on which Raphael aimed his masterpiece, and
It was feared lhat'tho damage was Irreparable.
A certain artist names! Sidoroff volunteered
at last to set matters right. After carefully
supporting the face of the picture with linen
lucked by a slab of marble, he laboriously
rubbed away the panel, first wilh'filua and tiler
ward vsjth powdered glass, ami then sccceeded
in mounting the thin remaining film on canvas."
In the course of this delicate operation it wu
discoviried that liutead of the book which the
Madonna, in the picture now holds, there was
originally a pomegranate toward which the in.
fant Jesus stretched out Ills hand with duldiah
curiosity. , Jaia Gaulli,
A Cd action U ncvttf thrown away, and
perhaps that U the reason why we 6d so km
of Own. ''
"UK HATUUDAV I'KKfKI
Job Printing Ofjito,
Urn, M KattltiiBsttssttt (ttrttat.
III MOW I'ltl'.l'Alll II 10 III) Aid, WOIIK
Thn Hlghstat Htjrlei of Typographic Art
wnnmNo, v1.11 UNO 011 iiuxiNi:'i c.iti'
I.KITKK, NOI'K, S1VVI CMKNTer lllbl.lll'.ADS,
CKKl'IKIUATI'.S OK VIOCK,
. " CIIKCK.H,
Ltsstl sutd MarotsntUa Bltsnka,
Th sliuvs, In connection with llit lone staMl.litit
ookBuafUry, PayrllaUas tvarl
lavak Bask Kistsatssctary,
KealJe t)i nrklertlsned to Uy tUIm 10 romtxtency
in all ilv4rtninU, jt ueh 1. undtr the cart d
Tha tettartary Bayart
Will carry a full lint of ntr tm tittulmt lllNK3
of all dncripiluiit, or tar tpUl tlict ot tUu
lilank llixilt, in aJJUion 14 K umuI
fall asaOTtnienl ol
H Ual aaa OaVt SUUttutsTj,
AH 4n CtitUU HUntVJ ia smt yew svunxut
ntasssullf solkiliJ. Til OH- G. THRUU.
UL.L, U I .-
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M'lHnu 111, H I,,
WmilUill ll.nll.)ii lallnlr t.aue ,.
.il. lilrt.l, nl
(iiiIi4 of tht miiiniui I'jil, Nittl
1 1n M.illnt Hitl IlieaWu. -...( KuireI;n )U. Mm
f. fii.il IM,,., tif, ptaiMf.jr,, riilfb
ttiiif, Dm HttJi-n,
Job it Dattr' (Iishk Plow,
rjnlr' HuMuf li M nulo,
OhSHIONN' CKM'dltMlim CANK KrVlVlffl
ItUilit lil fMilnr, Am' Slimralt an I niM,l.,
(Iil.l.il llixt. (,'aiul ll.ri.i.,, )
llntl, VukM, Uuliu, I'niiia
,'lugar Mill Krqiilreinents,
NUOAH RAON, NUOAR KKOM,
Hirm Oil, t'slimlri, Iwtnl
ami Krwn Oil, l'.ifrl
buUlfslori, P,iMiiMi''i, Ah
H, nn. I J, I'llx, lltl4aii,l
HmU. IHlnam I'.l.Uiu, I'Ul
and Itiiiinil lii'lu HiihlKr,
AiImiIih aii'l ItiMii fiiiM,
IU. Caetiri,-, fmlla Hul,
ir lloM, ) in. Ineli. fit
nt I ( .ei'iliini, tul sisj
Wt.litrt, (inUliail, Msshhi
lli.lu, all l, Oil I rtwi
IIII.iiiIi', Knlnt'r't alut
(JuhmhiIm' miiii,ir, Pill
Cullin, Wlmli"., 4 null li)
t( In. li, Anslln. VUm, I'iiW
Hsr4MM, (Iriiiilitnn, Ml
Anvrkilil Msr Irml ami lnl
SI..I, Hiilll.it' lUrilwtre,
II lln.li n, M(li, Hub.
Illicit' I'jIiiU tinl()i,rav
n.l l.nltil. Hnull '4liit ,
Oil, In lira vSilnv, l)r
I'jlni., ,Umlr, . 11. 11.1",
H., Olirt. Mt!llr,A,,
H'I.iiIik, il.riruu Win.!.,
aa'lil tif, ManlU .nA
Hd, 1 1 ml 1 flour. No, 1 mil t Idee,
Cm. licit Smear, Clilns anil Jaesn Teas,
Oyster, Cum., Htlmou, l.on.titrt,
I'lnttt Table fruits from tin factory
fine KiikIUIi .Sjilen. Cumltnttil Milk,
Cocoa, Sff.CrAI.TIHH 1-Tin Vail
ttri tirrnarw fill, M frW'ffi'a IV)
lilfttunl Miihtt, 14 Inch, ItuMifr
Nlithill hhiI Van tit Hi tthi Ju.t at
lnn.l.IlUUn Steam I'umii Valvo.f tlt
In, tie., niaks IlulUr fil, Juice or
Mout.ei, Irrupting A Vacuum f umps
Weston' Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AI.S.I (IN rNU.kHftHT
Califuriilr I lay, HaiUy, l'u(ttMt, lljriil,
.Salmon, Htm, AitMtto. Mitturt fV tt.IIrs
n,l hltam l'ii, very tliaii, Ftiic Wir
nJ bu'.Ui, (lalranbtil Itwllujl
W'llcot am (l)lili' Aulom-ilici Kiniir tlsnuruturins
cfni(Mny, AtrrfUili ltmiuiun Lumpttiy. family;
Wiltun Xtteliiiit. in 1.1 stiorutieiit la w fuiul,
ami nt Hottuiu friccs.
New Goods by every arrival from EufUnil, New
York anil Sn Prancl.co,
1 If aw Traction Engirt, Hborw potsrar.
Oriltrt fiom llit oilier Iilamlt i"illJ t llnl Iljltl and
sC EXPRESS BUSINESS.
Athlcy & HeWitrJ, btylnj; the Urgett wagon
In the buslnest, are prtnartit to earrr patten.
Iters and move freight of all descriptions to and
from any part of the town or vicinity, with
quick dispatch, and at the lowest pottlbU rates.
If you want to reach your work and b re
turned always on time, at' the niott reasonable
6gures, go to Ashley Jk Hebbard.
If you want your farnltur moved with care,
go to Ashley A Hebbard
If you want your bag-gaga moved with quick
dispatch, go to Atldey A Hebbard.
If you have heavy frekthtlag to be done, tjo to
Ashley A Hebbard.
If you have light parcels to be delivered, go
to Ashley Hebbard.
If you have oipressage of any sort to In
attended to, go to Ashley tt Hebbard.
Mr, W. G. Ashley, having the Honolulu
agency for WeUs. Fargo ft Co., and being
promptly on board ait htcomiag steamers, is
prepared to look after freight or baggage with
promptness and certainty.
Ashley ft Hebbard will deliver U the Wells,
Fargo business at this end of the line, and will
call at houses for Wells, Parg o packages, whea
notified by telephone or otherwise.
Ahilky & HiauAtn.
Wm.u, Kaiiiji Co
llie vuijcrtiaed hu recently 6ucd up
In tltiint W)U, llitUrt raimy Culi'it formerly be.
kNifUe In ihe l-euua taisre, a Nututo meet,
Uywvi the Comuwrcltl Hotel oftmUet,
tar Ihe porpuie of CAWttuitlai
aV atsejajSTiasy aastsasiasjl Bjeiesass.
The lutMof ihit plrsni rxrul li the "VVlllrK
IIOIISI-;" ll cAuwt U tsirswd la ihe kiu-iwi '
Cvmbft and citanSiActt,
THE GROVNItS AKE SPACIOUS
and HntMAUd with shade Utt.
Hems ol rHuWtiiy auy ajat be tuft ofachtee.
ful home lime. A taxuii-mam U t stun Ut th two.
LTi!?2ff "- ' htORIr; ROOMS AUK
VACANl, J uni slwty euderau.
MHA J, T, WHUr, PlOfieur.
aV Muy of our itvsden mil tsuumUf Mttv, -WSutt
a Bieaneser or tkt IsttaWia bkwm oa ton unit, td
kaainf she ftnthiw taUht, aaUi m suUt a uav
taruUe haae tutaer hat nmnwiei. I it-la
llt.e JuiT io (! . .k fiitV nt
Tlia fJalahnttMl (JalluloM Trne
Hl( H,IU MH HCIHU1,
WC, HAVB fil'1'.CMI, (MC'IWIIItfl
for Atljitntlntf TruwM,
H(ILI,IKTKR ft 0 O.,
Of, ftn ml ln li.nl Mx'lt "ikI yi Niiutmi tirl
i . .i . .
pAL,MKK A rilATCIII'K,
Pura DruK it ml Cfaamlnal,
SI WAV IIH HAhll
A full aaeortmnist of Pattiut Madlnlnan
m-r i) tiixu
Ht. Jsseob'e Oil,
Watuer' Kafa Curn,
Aueiutt ITowar, Etr,
A VIHK I IKK Or
Oallnlold Truaaa and
Hot WUr Bast.
A hVVIMlOH IflT Of IIAIHINftHI'ONtif.S,
wk canny Tint Msr.ssr lWki ur
Eye-OUites and Mpaotanlae
IN Ilia KIMillH,
I'AI.MHK Ai 'tllAK'lint,
Telephone r)j, ii furl Mint.
M. OAT Jr., Bt Co.,
llONOUM, II I.,
STATIONERS and NEWS DEALERS,
Would nit ihll InetlWd it infutmliu llir luluUUhlt ut
1 1 wolulu, awl 0n uthtt bUndt ll.il
Ihev lists unvi a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Itt 11 nk ltoo,i,
Ink unit MtirHitfc,
In quarts, pint, lulf.plntt, and conn.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc., etc.
llritm Inkrn fur hhu prtutllriil or nrirf
H.ir I hul until be tlrttrrtt.
lrii4 sttriiliun itt be cjien lullx Mtilmj
of l'rt 10 f iIkiiWi, on nt- of Ihe il.e
Idand. ; alw., Sjtnlt fur the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Ordtn fur Red Hnbbrr Minipt receiied and pet4lr
DALMEK ft THATCHER.
iij I'osr Jirserr. .. . Hi.mi.tU', II. I,
ToUat Artielaa aa4 reusay QaatU. .
LAIu' ASU (.SSTltUIKt
Tatlat Orinlii Ositi,
M MIAMI- HAIlV 10ILCT SCTS
la itittaL sitlxs.
tUakat Pawttttm tsasst Faaa,aws1an
Ik oerst- vslTt.
a coxriktii lli.iv or
Irteaattassrgt'a Cataksrsstatt failtfiij,
S( (M A
Ratract. Cologaes, Lavender Water, Etc
Br, Tkasakar'a Tasvik
Our Prices Are Always acspeiasay Lasts
Tamrttost Ms, aa, (m
miTAILUICU H)l FACTOftlf,
Waack, Mavi. H. !.,
" traatllit a Vmlmt Btsetesttrtwewl
,ert. AH ordert SMwaj .eaiiia. -v
at. H. BasrttT
THEO. II. DAVIJIS&CO.
OfHtlt I'OM MI.K,
Srxh lit nrt,, if ihe (tUU-iyte ,h. ,m. Mutl
Orydiiods and CloLliinir.
J'flMe f.f lU ln tlytft, 14 ful,,
IW lltiilnw, (tirwit Uihh Ihlll.,
While ('fifM M,ki,
llMrifVi )n' II.jI... Wct.'iiiKrf I'aetJt,
.!. , lmiliii.(UM7lt
Ishfellifltt, lnM Nuptlut,
rni-it f.laaae, Shawl, Oraaa Ottastt
((fjna-lti-t. H,ni,v (Mmi DIIU,
tiriM'niM, nr.Mft'i, l.l-ii
U,it ;l Hnilm, Hum t'lmUi,
Aind.ll H-(rii, VdH
ytypi iin,ifr),ir., nns ir-isf'inf,
lalr Imii, ,..ril ( ,,l.rf,kinrn4ii.t.Hu
'usV Mltinre en. ilu twl llr, ritele,
VIImi Utiu, l,i,l,' IJ,,.,l(i m.
r A N O Y DRESS GOODS
''r llHa, l'il JllilllH WlfA Mt,
Whim . ( rtVd I 't n Midi.,
j n(r N.ift, fd U'tl't;
fl.;.'. White end ilf,wli, If.lr lln-i,
I.m' IIvm, Ultir-e l(wli,i,,. 1 l-nkiM,
Mi't I '-1., '
jrtdirt' Heft falilln. Me. I .! ft(.),
In,l4 l(i,lilr I'-xli, U.ii. Mittm,
lllue eii.1 lliey llw m lU,V.u(
Wsilii llUiil'lt, nil il,i, -,t kip ntlliltl
Vrtrel l'iir,ifl, I'rlrrl llliur,
Vrlrtt mul fntr Itnnr Mtil;
S A D D V E R Y.
A, full flfinBi f fJI'.NM.I'MfH'H 4 l,A
tHVJfttAHIll.I'Ml U, Ht.l.lU. tit Hi end (Jlitt
IIH I III.KH, K..I4U ttulu l LhtiUHl Mn.
Cx.l Ba, rj:i7.
RI.m. Ban and Twlssa,
llillfilnltril Viirrtlflitlnl Itnnfllio (i gtllgt),
In 'j. t, antlw) ttil leiitht,
HOOI'IKO SUUI'MH AMI) WAHMK8hV
Awld CeiiM Wire, Nu. r, 1, ft n,l j, uA fitiH
(islklil,l Wwlt llftlM,
(JtlrsiiliwJ litrdtn IMdffif uJ tfmhf,
'lliiiwl Iron fsniiMiiM. hIIhi;
'lesibtilUt, itl )in liliVlt
I'orhifj Itrlrlm mul anrilcn TUm,
twn StMtrt en-J (luht,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND OLAMWAatB.
Vury i;U fl'jtttT.Sun.J.,
rern iiskr., tic. y
PORTLAND CKMI'.NT-KIIIB HKICK.S, J
S lra 31ay,
l.lrtr,u.at Hull nml Hurl. Hnll, ttHr;tmlmf
nml llnllnl I lilt, WortfltrHiM1 ;
English, American and Hawta
r lag st ,-T,
11,r, firr snd Wttii )J lj-t-
TOPSAIL SHKHT CHAINS,,,," jfj
Adme-slly sett, tine , H. ft "d Jf.
I'OWKLL DUKI'KVN STKAM COAL, t ,jl
KNCI.ISH I.KATIIKU HKI.TIMO, ' "jskis, .M
I fret loilUi; 16 and it ytl yid.
tW. PU11., tvatt mvt Nsu.
rUibiNtd ,tpittt 10 mAtcJri s
Omr HLr-Hvr trmwr ferleaft
,1m, Itur IhrtfHmrtf futrtr ft) Htm
K-nlMr, rlr, .'h
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llskkati. Ina I iwitwn,
AT THK IIOHOLUI.U STKAM HNINOI
t tfkktr AAMMkAC . 'f
tS'uai-y tmUmi aWa., ,..,.,vMel
Msy fc fcsioi u i eMtastttJ,.
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