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With lash on rWk sh r m and go (
I waif h her when she little know t
I wtmt.r if she dream of it t
Siding ami working at my rhym-,
I wfjvw Into mjr Tie at time
I ler sunny hair, or gVami of it.
Upon hf lndow ldjre Is set
A ! of rtawerinu mignonette
Morrtfnst and eve she tends to them
Th miwot flowers, that do not care
About that .owned strand of hair,
A prettily she bends to them.
If I fwM rmt contrive to Rt
lM that bn of mignonette
Som morning hen h tends to them
Sfi1inmM ! I we (he rkh blood riw
KrAm thrMt 10 check ! down gthe ees,
Demurely, as the bends to hem.
TAtmtt limtlty AMnek.
Ofttth her ami hold htr if you can
;ve she iienes you with her un.
Shut, opens, and then holds it spread
In threatening gutse alove your head
Alt why did you not start !efore
5he rrathed the -wch and cloned the door t
Sim pie l on will you never learn
That girls ami lime will not return f
Ofewi ynu should have made ihe most J
Oitea gotie, they are forever lost.
In vm yonr k nitric lei knork your brow ;
In vain will you rememlr how
Like a s-ltm brook I he gamesome maid
9pnrkMf and ran into the ahadc
tl 'nlttr Saimgt f.Aiufyr,
Ijvemelf I live!
(Mvmeif I diet
W hat to me U life or death,
, 1 that thou I nighT
CJrit I loved thee rich,
lVAw t lose thee wtnr
Ah! what is (here I rould not
Fnrthy snke endure?
KIm me for my love!
!ay me fur my ninl
Come and murmur In my ear
Iluwthuu lov'st again!
If you become a nun, dear,
A Mar I will I ;
Iiianyrell joti run, dear,
Pray look lhind for me,
'I he roe wdl turn pale, too;
'I ho dove will (ike the veil, loo;
I lie hi i rid will nee I he show;
What, you lecom a nun, mjr dear?
I'll not helieve il.no!
If sou become a nun. dear,
lite bUhup lone will te;
Th Cupids, every one, dear,
Will tli.rit, "Wetruu Inlheef
I he Incense will go sighing.
1 he Candle will fall a dying,
1 he water turn lo wine:
What! you goto take the vow, my dear?
You may but they'll Ire mine,
I'ftooth, my lad), your joke 1 hard,
Mure hard than I Care lo hear,
In spitr, fair tady, of flashing ere
And Irenes uf golden hair.
I love my lady. she know full well.
Hut a date I will not le ;
And troth, proud lady, thy IiAughtiness
Will never my heart from thee 1
Al timet, my lady, u sweet art thou,
i hat I cannot hum my chain ;
And thought I know that thy yoke I hard,
Kiitlhwith I'm a slave again I
Hut now my lady, too for ha gone,
I swear that I will I free.
And hiply, fair lad, ihoul't weep to find
1 hat I am as proud a ihee.
She has not that rare beauty which the most
Of women have whom men consider fair,
Vet, faired of all feature, the can boait
A crown of rich, lu mriaiit ellow ruir,
No misrr, ghxiling o'er hi glittering hoard,
l.ooVs on his clinking coin with joy more rare.
Than gaie I on ihi wealth of l-cauiy stored
Within my loved one's golden hair.
Deir lady if my eamet love, the year
Woik change in the spirit of men dream ;
'Hie fondest love oft drown llsrlf in tears.
Or seek a solace hi life' sordid schemes.
He thy lose mine, and wealth I e'er shall share
htte Kam on thy glorious jellow hrfir.
7. A. Matron t.
YW11 laie me ct! and I can tarry
Your Ioc'k protracted crowing;
June reaird th.il hunch if Mowers you'cirry
From need of April Kowiug.
I plant n heart fu I now wme crd,
At least, s ture to hi nke
And jield what jou'llltot pluck, indeed
Not love, hut, uta)be, like.
You'll look, at least, on Ioe' remain
A grave'i one iolei;
Your look? that jiajt a thousand pains.
What's death? Ou'll love me et.
It U my lady whim to-night
To talk of art and letter ;
And vi 1 tome to dine and chal,
-wAMlMtm v. Ul v' fcilcrk,.--
aly lady tnouih Ukc oinuy iulTe,
Willi dinty bit of salad.
I watch her facctlicu imote a turn
frroin some old love-ick Killad.
My lady hendt a silvery laugh
Acros the Inlaid table.
"Why Can't ou speak the truth T she aks,
"You alwapeak in fable."
1 sigh, and swear no poet's song
Can fitly king her" pralwr ;
While Cupid draw me fclyly un
To love's bewildering mares.
1 irytobtiulv rareyCiVwrr,
And talk of Dresden china,
I praise my ladv's solitaire.
Hut add, "Your ees are finer."
M) lady lifts her perfumed fan ;
Her red lip touch it lightly
She wave a kiss acrofct the board
'I hen smiling, bhnhea brightly.
Hie warm blood course through my veins,
Iv lady seldom blushes.
I curfce in,v;lf my poverty
My pencil and my brushes.
A fhadow veilstny lad)'s face ;
'lhe llickeriiig light grows duller,
I note my lady graceful poe
She wears my favorite color,
'Ihe (lowers I low are at her throat,
(Oh sweet, alluring foll).
She'll dine " my lord " to-morrow night,
And wear fits English holt),
A nameless auguUh gnaws my heart,
I vowrl'U croy inc water ;
I'll cut thi Alndes hotdiouM lite,
And wed Hume miner's daughter.
My lady's In athuiightful moot.1 ;
I speak of what I'm planning,
I cannot see my lady fce,
S constantly she's fanning.
1 take the fan from out her hand,
A smouldering em!cr llahcs;
What I la my lady white and sad ?
Are tear-drop on her lashes ?
'. lt Story.
Aht swan of rdendcrnesi, dove of tenderness.
Jewel of joy arise!
The hitle red Krk, like a rosy snailc
Of song lo hit sun-burst met;
(hit till J on are tiscn. earth Is u prison,
Full of my captive sighs,
lhen wake and discover lo jour fond lover
The morn of your matchless ejes.
'lit dawn It datk to me; hark, old hatk to in,
Iul) of my heart, I pray,
Aiul gentle gliding out of thy hiding,
Danle me with thy d,i)J
And uh! 1 II lly to the singing, and sigh to thee,
lmiin so sweet and gay,
'1 he larks shall listen and dcwlrop glisten,
laughing on every spray.
SatHhft Lot r,
Uuw curious iv the sequence of loyic lit the
luuinii mind, (says an Argonaut writer). A
youuij lady without any anus is doing feats
with her feet m the Ug hiick huildin on
Maikct Mil-el, from which St, Ituatiu Lo)oa
has withdrawn his patioiiae. The utter
dcatth of antust-incnt has drawn many to see
this incomplete young; person, who usually find
thctr pleasure In the higher w.ilks of life, ami
the unutesshusihess hat quite looked up. A
most undeuiahle swell was among the throng
ofMtor U&l Thurwhy, He ftdtowetl the
armless Lady's manieuvret with cunsideraMe
hiteiest, hut with no amusement whatever,
When she rcmovevl a mote from her eye with
her great toe, or abstractedly bciatched her ear
or her nose with It, it did not strike him as
I whtg anything funny, and he looked with
mild wonder at those of us who laughed. Hut
lfter a long study of Ihe Armies woman, who,
ly the way, is not nit unpleasant sight at all,
and who only looks ns if site had folded her
aims firmly behind her and was pla)ing with
hei toes for her own amusement, an idea struck
him, Turning to his companion, he atked :
If an itching nose attack an ordinary woman
who has her hands in the dough, or is other
wise ahsothingly unplo)cd, she rubs hoi nine
W) the outer cohering of the -ur. Do ymi
think this person, in such an emergency, would
I ubligcd to allay the Irritation, If her toe
were atirady engagesl, by rubbing it on the
outer coveting uf thefWi n
Seualor Logan lu introduced a bill in the
United States Senate to provide that persons
honorably dUclnugetl from (he military or
ruval service of the United States shall be pre
ferred for appolutmenl lo civil otnees, provide!
they )hucs the necessary business capacity.
"" ! t
The UnUrsl Slates Secretary of the Tteas.
ury has tailed a circular making permanent
the ratvofdraWfluckitn sugar and Its pi o-
ducts, estabUihct lWtHlJoiui)y by (he circular
sf June 9, iSSj.
I. II I " fl "' o I'lnc A ft. I
Allheroonnof the San t'tincnco Vouniji
Mm 1 Chtili.in Avcullon, recently, nn Inter
eating lecture M.mlclUcreiltiyHcv. A.J. Krot,
his subject being, Lying i a I'ine Ait. Mr.
Frtwt took for hi text the proverb, "lluy tlie
truth nl sell It not." He commenced by as
sertlnR that Oixl's ways were wajs ol truth,
that justice ind Judgment are the habitation of
His throne, and as (JI Is absolutely true In
nature, Ills word must be truth. Assuming
that men do not lie for the mere sake of l)ing,
he stated that falsehood, direct and nndindircct,
was becoming alarmingly frequent. Of course
absolute truth cannot always be expected, by
reason of the limited comprehension or Imper
fect knowledge of the subject Involved, but the
law of veracity requires us to make our state
ments conform tootir conception of the subject,
mi. I to titter what wc believe lo be the truth.
The speaker gasescscial Illustrations of the
possibility ol a mill telling an untruth without
meaning to, or Ids Iiclfig mistaken in his facts,
which he gave out for the truth; yet he ilid not
lie, for the intent was honest, A lie told was
an intention In deceive. lie niatlr the dis
tinction between an untruth and a lie, that the
one was negatively false ami the other iosi
lively and purioscly false. The same rule
practically applies to the difference between a
falsehood and a lie. Deceiving by the tongue
is called a lie, while simulation by looks, acts
and gestures is called liymcrlsy. l'lato held
that it was lawful for statesmen lo lie, and
Cicero and Plutarch held the same view,
which seems to be held by many modern states
men. So vice Is so common as mat ol iving,
and none so universally condemned. The
Devil is called the "I'alhcr of Lies," and he
has many children. Men even swear tiKn the
lliblc, and swear against It. The lecturer
limited at length from the octs and authors on
the subject of Ijlng, to sustain his views, and
then described the various kinds of lying most
in vogue. These were the violation of a
solemn promise which he classified as "prom-
ssory lying i the violation of confidence
directly or by insinuation; "benevolent lies,"
done by professedly pious people for justifiable
cuds on the ground that live end justifies the
means; "lies of convenience," which more
especially pertain to the so-called social
amenities; "lies of self-interest," told in one's
srlf-dcfensc for his personal advancement ;
"whitrlieV'whicharc lies in their mildest form,
and are like "milk of the first water;" "mali
cious lies," uttered for the express purpose ol
injuting your neighbor; "wanton lies," told for
the mere sake of Iving, and "practical lies,"
uot only uttered put acted. Sjii 'ixuithcv
Air UVthomnnn on lUertrtcitt Mritnttrrmrnt.
The Glasgow Philosophical Society met
recently, Ir llcnry.Miiitlic.nl piesiding. Sir
William Thomson read a paper on A
Measurement of Klectric Currents and potcn
tials. The subject, he said, was one of great
practical imKiitancc to electricians at the
present day, The measurement of electrical
quantitcs in definite units became a practical
subject in connection with telegraphy, and it
was a reinaikablc and interesting fact, and one
which those engaged in practical electricity
might takesomeplcasurein contemplating, that
thepracticat work had now- reacted on thelalxir
atmies. Whereas before 1865 there had been
scarcely such a thing as definite measurement
of electrical currents and potentials in scientific
laboratories, the growth of telegraphy had
brought out the imperative necessity for a
system of measurements in some definite
units, and the practical applications of etec
tricity hail conic on so very rapidly that
Eftgj-Ti.arTjt.rrmr'wi.1 iHpn'iij 'm 'mint
tific measure to give definite and accurate
measurement. lie had liccn greatly impressed
at the Elect lical Exhibition in Vienna with the
want of instruments of measurement, which
could be both definite and approximately
accurate. Before long, however, they would
likely have instruments that would give
the measured results with almost uner
ring accuracy up to a certain percent'
age. Sir William then cxplaineq at great
length tw 11 instruments of his ow n invention
namely, a graded current meter for measuring
currents of electricity, ami a graded xtcntial
meter for mesuring the intensity of the electro
motive forces. In the case of the latter, he
showed the method of adjusting the instrument
so that its indications should correspond to
round numbers of electro-motive force. lie
also illustrated the lecture by exhibiting anil
referring to Simens' electro-dynamometer and
Simcns Watt meter, the latter being a novel
instrument for measuring work done in gencr
ruing electric currents for example, those
which produce the electric light. Gasjpw
liuiv lo Trmt Jlttoh.
Never wet )Our fingers to turn over a leaf.
He warned by the fate of the king in Ihe
Arabian talc. Nevir turn down a corner of a
page to hold your place. Never put in a soiled
playing card, or a stained envelope, or a bit of
dirty string, or a piece of damp newspaper.
Alwnvs use a regular bookmark. The sim
plest and one of the best is a card as large as a
small visiting card. liy cutting this twice
longitudinally from one cud almost to theolhcr
you will hive a three-legged bookmark which
riiles a-straddle on Ihe page, one leg on the
gc below and two on the page you wish the
book to open at.
Nev cr allow- your Imoks to gel damp, as they
may mildew. Never allow them to get hot,
as Ihe boards may warp and the leather may
crack. Never put them on a shelf high up
near the ceiling of a room lighted by gas, as
the results of gas combustion arc highly injurl
ous. iNcver put books with metal clasps or
with decorative nails on Ihe shelves by the side
of olliir liooks, for Ihe delicate binding of the
other books will suffer. Put nil such hedge
hogs of books In drawers and (rays by them
It Is lwst not lo cover Ihe liooks of a library
Willi paper. A Mr. William K. Poole puts
it, "Ihe covering Is expensive, troublesome
and quite as much an Injury as a protection to
a book. A book covered with Paper is likelv
to neiil icbluding soonei than if it l not
covcied. " A room full of Iwoks covered with
paper Is dull and monotonous; and no one who
has ever glanced Into such a room will be In
clined to disagree with Mr. Poole when he
M)S that "books lose their individuality by
being covered," This It not only an .esthetic
disadvantage! It also itduccs. the usefulness of
the liooks, as they are less easily handled and
kept apart ami in order. However, II may be
welt to cover chilJicn's school hooks, but with
muslin, not uper,
Never attempt to classify books on your
shelves by the colors nf the bindings or by the
sues of the books themselves. Put the works
of an author together, so far as utsihle, how.
ever Incongruous their tire may be. And try
to keep those nil (he same and kindred sub
jects as close logilher may be convenient,
A bill has been intioducsd lu loiigret o
tuipeml the coinage ofstaudard silver dollars.
It provides Hut coinage be tutuended until
January , 8S6, and that the trade dollar Iw
received in sums of $5 or less for postage and
revenue stamps and convened Into bullion.
Virtue iucif offend when coupled Willi
forbidding luanm-,., Jiisktfi MiJJUteii,
Men' evil manners live In ))j4j; their virtues
we write in Mu,Sijisj,,,
OOKS. BOOKS. HOOKS.
SUMMER REAllINa FOR OLD
The following comprises Ihe list of liooks
now in stock at
TIiom. O. Tliruiii'M IfoiM.
and presents nn excellent oppoitunity for per
sons In the city or on the other islands to make
selections for presents, for library reference, or
for summer readings
Abliott's History; 10 vols.
A mnnit id Alli A. I. N.
Amusements, by II. C. Ilaydcn, I). I).
Army of Virginia, by Ci. II. Gordon.
Alter lilow ; Mi rninc sencs.
Amongst Machines, by the author or The
Art in the Middle Ages, by Paul I.-icinix.
Agriculture (Tropical), by P. I.. Simmons.
Among Sailors, by J. G. Jewell.
Art Suggestions, by Carter. t t
Advcntutes of an American Consul, by I.uigi
Ait in Ornament and Dress, by Chas. illanc.
Art in Japan, bvj. J. Jan is.
American .Shepherd, by Morrell.
Architecture for Students, by I lotion.
Architecture, by Hussy.
Apple blossoms, by Klainennd DoraGondale.
Asked of God, by Anna Shlpton. ,
Art anil Artists In Connecticut, by II. W.
Amciican llovV Handy Hook, by D.C. Heard.
Ancient Mariner; folio ill.
.ITe...' I1.lji liv Mnrv ( .iMliillilitn.
Africa Past and Present, by an Old Resident.
Astronomy, by llurr.
Almost a Man, liy S. Anna Krost.
America Illustrated, by J. IJ.ivid Williams.
Art ol Lorrcsponneiice, iiy mickc.
Art of Heading, by Koth
Hand of Six, by Mrs. M. I. Heriy.
Hook of the Chapter, by Mackey.
lly the Tiber.
I lest bedroom, Mrs. Hurton's, by different au
thors. Hodlcy Abroad,
lll.iind, by U. 1). Joyce.
Hide a Wee, by Mary J. MacCuII.
Ilaby Hue; No Name si-tics.
Hitter Sweet, by J. G. Holland.
Hoys of '70, by Chas. C. Coffin.
licit and Spur.
Hvrtlclt's l-nmiliar Quotations.
Itoolhe, Life of, by Mrs. Clark.
Iliilicinlan, The, by Chas. DeKay.
Belle ol Australia, by W. II. Thomcs.
Bedtime Stories, by I.. C. Moulton.
Building of a Brain, by Clark.
Bible Theology and Modern Thoughl, by
Breton Kolk. bv Blackburn and Culdccott,
Beautiful Thoughts from foreign authors; 5 vol
Birthday Hooks, tjy l.merson, Lowell, etc.
Bookkeeping Bryant & Stralton's.
Ilcyond the Gates, by liliabeth Stuart Phelps.
Common Objects of the Microscope, by
Chevalier l.-i Salle, by Abbott.
Christopher Columbus, by Abliott.
Champions of Reformation, by Janet Gordon
Christmas Jack, by K. A. Hand.
Crescent and Cross.
Children ol the Abbey, by Kcgina Miria
Crusoe in New York, by E. E. Hale.
Co-operation as a Business, by Barnard.
Charity, Sweet Charily, D Io-.Torter.
Cross Patch, by Susan Coolidgc.
Cnstle Blair, by Klora L. Sliaw.
Character Sketches, by Macleod.
Compensation, by Celia E. Gardner.
Cabinet Makers' Companion, by J. Slokes.
Crimea, Invasion of, by A. W. Kinolake.
Creation and Development of Man, by
Conversation, Handliook of, by Pcabody.
Canterbury Chimes, by Storr and Turner.
Clover Beach, by Vandegrift.
Ceramic Art, by Jennie J. Young,
Cyprus, by Von Loher and Mrs. Jojner,
Cyclopedia of Quotations, by Iloyt and Ward,
Concordance to the IIolv Scriptures.
Commonplace Book to the Holy Bible, by
Christus, by Loncfellow.
Conimonsensc in the Household, by Marian
Carnuinez Woods, bv Bret Hartc.
Christian's Secret of a I lappy Life, by I I.W.S.
Daughters of America, by .Mrs. S. A, Wheeler.
uaiigntcrs ol the Cross.
Dcirdrc; No Name series.
Danbury Boom, by Bailey.
Dr. Matthews, by Chatrian.
Double Kunncr Club, by Schillaber.
Dramatic Works by Molicre, trans, by Wall.
Doublcday's Children, by Dutton Cook.
Domestic Practice, by forgan, M. I).
Dickens' complc works; 25 vols.
Don John; No Name series.
Desired Haven; author of Changed Cross.
Dr. Gilbert's Daughters, by .Maigaut II.
Don Quixote; from the Spanish.
Dotty Diniple series; 6 vols.
Doctrine of Future Life, by Wm. K, Alger.
Enlisted for Life, by Mrs. Fannie It. l-'endgc.
Ethel's Pearls; Am. Tract Society.
Each and All.
Essays by Senega.
Eighteenth Century,,by Paul I.icroix.
English Literature, Histoiy of, by Collier,
European Breezes, by Margery Di-aue.
Embroidery, Handbook of, by L. Iliggin.
Engraving, Hints on, by W. J. Linton.
English Synonyms, by Crabbe.
Excelsior, by Longfellow.
Evangeline, by Longfellow.
Ferdinand De Soto, by J. C. Abliott.
Frolic at Maple Grove, by Mrs. M. F. Butts.
Frolic at the Seaside, by Mrs. M. F, Butts.
Frolic on a Journey, by Mrs. M. F. Hulls.
Footprints of Vanished Kaees, liy Couaiil.
Friend Friti, by Chatrian.
Forbidden Land, by Oppert.
Freedom of Faith, by Munger.
Farmer's Hoy, by Itubcit Hloomficld.
Fire Fountains, by Miss Gordon Cummings,2v
Fitine, by Houghton,
Forestville Sheaves, by Trowbridge.
Fielding's works: 4 vols.
Familiar Wild Flowers; 2 vols.; by Ilulnic,
Familiar Quotations, by B.Hiletl.
Forest, Life of, by I. Hurrclt.
Golden State (illustrated), by McClellan.
Great Match; No Name series.
Gemini; No Name series.
Grandmamma Pockets, by Mrs. S. C. Hall.
Geological Sketches, by Agassic.
Good Fight of Faith, by C. J, G.
God's Word Man' Light.
God Acre Beautiful, Ty W, Uobiiwui.
Gray's Elcfiy--lwK'm, by Tin. Giay.
Genevieve nf Brabant, by Mrs. Chas. Willing.
Guide to the Pacific Oust, Bancroft's.
German Phrase Hook,
Garfield's Works; 2 vols.; edited by 11. A,
Gift of Gentians, by .May It. Smith.
Golden Chersonese, by MUs Bird.
Games and Songs of American Children.
Gems of Pen Art, by Knuwltnn.
Gems from Havergal.
History of the United Stales, Frost's,
Heroes of Chatity, iy lames Cobli.
Hours with Giil, by Sangster,
History of English People, Green's.
Hctllcs' Slranite History: No Name stiles.
History nf Centennial Exhibition, by Janus J).
Happy Thoughts, by F. C. Ilurnand.
Hoist In the Stable, by Stnnehenge.
History of Cailcaturc, Vy Thus. Wright.
Historical and Architectural Sketches, by
Half-Hours with best Utter Writers, by
llistoilral Mudie. bv Lawrence.
History of Ait, bv l.ubke.
History of I'ainting, by Wollmaiin and
cklu JUiucrticcmciilB. '
Handy Book of Huslnndry, by Gc. E. War- (
History. Ileuinnincs of. bv Lcnormand.
Half Century, by Swisshclm.
Hector, by I Iota L. Shaw.
Honest and lamest, by Forrest.
Household of Sir Thomas Moore.
1 listory of a Mountain, by Keclus.
Ifojles (tames, by Trumps.
Ilaswcll's Engineer's Pocket-Book,
History of a Hook, by Annie Curcy.
Ilis'ory of England, Knight's.
Holy Gospels (illustrated), by Branston, Bol
ton and Williams.
Handsome Harry, by Chester,
Hoosier School Iliiy, by Egglcston.
Hamilton's Works, Gilbert.
History of Arch, and Grotesque 'n Art, by
History of the United Slates, Comic; by
Her Picture; No Name .scries.
Into the Light; A Story fo To day.
Is That All No Name series'.
Insectivorous Plants, by Darwin,
Iris; or, the Opal Iting, by Toland.
Journal in the Pacific, by S. Eardlcy-Wilmot.
Josephus' Works, by Wfiistou.
Jefferson, Life of, by Win. Winter.
Jem Morrison, by Mis. I.itnt
King's Secret, 'Ihe, by llroglie.
Kismet; No Name series.
Kcvs of Sect, by Sturtevant.
Kathrina, by . G. Holland,
l.oyal Itoniiu, by Saith andOreey.
Llltle Soldiers, by Ilosalia Gray.
Lenorc's Trial, A. T. S.
Letters; From a Cat.
Lucy Thurston, Life of.
.ouisiana, by Burnett.
Life of Geo. Ticknor, Letters and Journals.
Life and Works of Gilbert Stuart, bj Geo. C
Llppincott's Pronouncing Garctlecr.
Life of Dickens, bForster.
Lalior, Talk About, by Limed,
Life of Aaron Burr.
Love Letters, by North.
Literature and Literary Men, by Mills.
Lilly's Life in Rocky Mountains, by Miss Bird
l.cuers 10 ramue niimii, t,y jm-uis.
Leaves from the Diary of an Old I-awjer, by
Lcssing's Liocoon, trans, by Frolhingham.
Letter Writer, by Webster.
Lectures on New Testament, different authors.
Luetic, by Meredith.
Life of Christ, by l-'arrar; 2 vols.
Lilly of the Lake, and Ilowilt.
Lilla Kookh, by Thos. Moore.
Life in Hawaii, by Titus Coan,
Living Pages from many Ages.byMary I Held.
Leaves from .1 Finished Pastorate, by A. L.
Little People of the Snow, by W. C. Iltyanl.
Lover of Province, by A. Bida.
Lay of the Bells, by Schiller.
Mile Slandish, by AIiIkiII.
Marie Manning, by Bitter Sweet.
Model Homes, by Pallistcr.
Mnrmoruc; No Name scries.
Masque of Pods; No Name sines.
Mirage; No Name sciies.
Mercy Philbrick's Choice; No Name series.
Mot lie's Christmas Stocking, by M. II. S.
Modern Mephistopheles; No Name series.
Many Thought of Manvlinds,by Southgate.
Men Worth Imitating, by Grnscr.
Mechanics, by Tute.
Myths of Middle Ages.
Moon Folk's, by Austin.
Mrs. Over-thc-way's Remembrance, by Mis,
.Maps of California and Nevada, Bancroft's.
Michael Angclo, by Longfellow.
Miracle in Slone, by Seiss.
Moon, by Proctor.
Mrs. Heauchamp Brown; No Name series.
Manucla Paredes, No Name series.
Modern Doubt and Christian Belief,by Christ'
Mabel Martin, by Whittier. v
yrimicr-Ttn -j.tv., L.viarii, -'fncj.-.
Mr. Stubli's Brother, by James Otis.
My King, by '. It. Havergal.
Maidenhood series; ( vols.
Modem Science, by Burr.
Morning Slar, by Havergal.
Memorials of Emily Bliss Gould, by Bacon.
Memoriils of Mrs. Havergal, by her sisler,
M. V. G. II.
Morning and Evening, liy Jays.
New Testament, Revised.
Night and Day, liy Hesba Stratton.
Natural History of Selbome, by White.
North America, by Anthony Trollope.
Nan, by L. C. Liflic.
Nelson, by Wm. M. Thayer..
Nathanel Hawthorne's works; 13 vols.
Old Houses Altered, by Mason.
On a Coral Reef, by Locker.
Occidental Sketches, by Truman.
Once Upon a Time, by Mary E. Craigie.
Oriental and Sacred Scenes, liy Fisher Howe.
Origin and Destiny of English Language, by
Obliviad a satire.
Our Exemplers, by M. D. Hill.
Old Bible and New Scienes, by Thomas.
Owen Meredith, liy Lord Lvlton.
Our Journal in the Pacific, by officers of II.
M, S. Zealous.
On the Road lo Riches, by Win. 11. Malier.
Picturesque America; 2 vols.; by W. C. Bry
ant. Peter Stuyvesanv, by J. C. Ablmt.
Proctor's works; 7 vols.
Pilgrim's Progress, by Hunyan.
Picture Stories for Hoys, by Mary It. Iligham,
Polynesian.! Race, by A. Fornander; vol. 2.
Proximate Organic Analysis, by Prescott.
Pocahontas, by Eggleston.
Polish Jew, by Chatrian.
Prophetic Voices, by Chas. Sumner.
Prisons, My, by Pellico.
Pictures of Life; Am. Tract Society.
Phineas Redux, by Anthony Trollope.
Paper Hangers' Companion, by J. Arrow
smith. Projection, by Davidson.
Prince Deucalion, by Bayard Taylor,
Pleasure of Munnry, by Samuel Rogeis.
Pastoral Days, by Gibson.
Painting in Neutral Tint.
Poems, by Human, Burns, 'flioiiinsiin. Thos.
Hood, Tennyson, Campbell, Crabbe,
Taylor, Meredith, Qssian, pope, Ling
fellow, Tupper and Johnson, Scott,
Colridge, ConjK-r, Rodgers, Goldsmith,
LiweU, Holland, Aiiiswoilh, Aldrich,
Geo. Elliott, Whittier, Poe, Iiavugal,
Stoddard. Print Collector, by J. Mabcrly,
Progress and Poverty, by Henry George,
Rawland Hill, Life of, by ChailcsHOilh.
Romances of the Strict, by a London ram.
Rhyme and Reason, by Dulrken.
River and Likes of the Bible, by Twecdic.
Robert Raikcs, by Alfrid Gregory,
Romance of the Harem, by U-ouowend.
Reading Club, by Baker.
Religion and Materialism, by Mailineau.
Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government,
by Jell". Davis.
Romances of History- Spain, by DeThru.-ha;
r.iigianu, ny m-cic; r ranee, liy Ritch
ie; Italy, by Macfjilane; India, by
Reynard the Fox.
Robin Hood, by Pylc.
Royal Invitation, by Havergal,
Rosicrucians, The, by Jennings.
Semes in Hawaii, by Mary E. Anderson,
Scelching from Nature, by IVnley.
Sandy's Faith, by Lydia L House.
Self Denial, by Miss Edgwoilh.
Sis lkiys, by .Mary E. Bennett.
Scripture Natural History, by Flctiher.
Sugar Cane in Australia, by Mackay,
Secret of SuctM in Life, by Frecdliy.
Silver Ship, by Lmis lcon.
Six of One, 1
Half-Dozen of Ihe Other, bv sis
Science anal Christian Thought.by John Duns.
Stories of the Rhine, by Cbatiian.
Sister and Saint, by, Sophy WinlhriMi,
Sandford and Merlon, by Thoinai Day.
Science? in lhe Middle Ages, by Paul Ijciois.
Slieakcr. Prue. bv Baker.
Speaker, Handy, by Baker,
Khakese.ire Itcailing Book, by Boweo.
Slukcsiieare's cumnlete works!
Shakesix-arc- Concoidanee, by Mary Cowdcii
Sojioii Studii-k, by Julian Hawthorn.
I'roxlmatc Organic, Analysis of
Pearl Fountains, by Kavanaugh.
Promise and Promise, by Anna Shipton.
Picsence of Chiist. bv Thornld.
Stotlcs From My Attic, by the author of
Urcam (. hililrcn.
School and Master of Painting, by RadclitTe.
Student of Mythology, by White.
Summer in the Country, by Abncr Perk,
Songs, Sacred and Devotional, by Foster.
Salvage: No Names series.
Saviour s Concert, by Scribner.
Secrcl Power, liy 1). L. Moody,
Salmagundi Birthday Book, by Wood, It,
Perkins and A. J, G. Perkins,
Storm ol Life, by Strctlon,
Summer In Azores, by C. Alice Baker.
Stories of Adventure, by E. E, Hale.
Sure Mercies of David, by Anna Shlpton.
Secret ol the I.ord, by Annie Shlpton.
School Hoy, by Holmes,
Southern Palestine and Jerusalem, by W. M.
Shepherd and Luly, by Jean Ingclow,
Story of Ruth.
Story of a Bad Boy, by Aldrich.
Satisfied, by Trowbridge.
Sports and Pastime, by Gassell,
Sunbeam Storicsl ,t vols.
Tnrrypotl School Girl, by Miss A. L. Noble.
Truth and Trust.
Tim Tumbles, by Matcattx,
Training of the Young, by Jacob Abbott.
Thought of Marcus Ameliiis, by Litu!.
'I hanatopsi and Flood ol Years, by Bryant,
Thoughts of the Holy Gospel, by Upham.
True Stoiies of Exodus, by Underwood.
Twelve Select Sermons, by D. L Moody.
Through Normandy, by Macquoid,
1 hrough Bible Linds, by Schaff.
Tempted to Unbelief, by llurr.
Twice Told Talcs, by Hawthorne.
Theatre of Paris, by Matthews.
Tlnkham Bros. Tidcmill, by Trowbridge.
Two Years Aball the Mast, by Symodson.
Toby Tyler, by James Otis,
Travels in South Kensington, by Conway.
Twelve Things That We Know.
Talcs from Foreign Tongues; 4 vols.
Tangle Wood Talcs, by Hawthorne.
Thorny Path, A, by Strctlon.
'Tsar's Window ; No Name scries.
Then, and Hugo, by Mary 11. Wyllys.
Universe, liy Ponchct.
Ure's Dictionary of Art and Manufacture; 2
vols.; out cd.
Views from Nature; Am. Trad Society.
Vlclocq, The French Detective, by Mackenzie.
Vagabonds, by Trowbridge.
Willie and llirdic, by Rosalie Gray.
Workingman, The, by Thompson.
Working and Winning; Am. Tract Society.
Will Denbigh; No Name series.
What Career, by E. E. Hale.
Woman's Handiwork, bv C. C. Harrison.
Wooings of the Wa'.er-Witch, by J. Moyr
Wolf Boy in China, by Dalton.
We and the World, by Mrs. Ewing.
What Girls Can Do, by Phillis Browne.
Women as Mothers, by McKccver.
Where the Old and the New Versions Differ,
War Between Russia and Turkey; 2 vols.
Wonderful Life, by Strelton.
Waiting Hours, by Anna Shipton,
VJiitc Mountains, by S. A. Drake.
Wonderful City of Tokio, by Edw-aril Greey
Worthies of Science, by Stougton.
Woiks of Chas, Lamb; 3 vols.
Why l'our Gospels? by Gregory.
Wonder World, by Pabke and Dean.
Young Debater, by rx-ineinler of the bar.
Years of Sunshine, by Kate Sanborn.
Young'Chaislian, by lacob Abbott.
Yusufin Egypt, Sarali K. Hunt.
weTiaVfjust rrcrisrd avrry lie assniimnt 1
Irish Double Datuaak Table Lln.u,
consisting of TAIILl: CLOTHS of all sites lu suit all
sties of ilining taUes,
itli NAPKINS lo 11 latcli
'these Llnensare the finest ever imnoitei! to this
maikcl, and we inslte our friends to give them an
, II'. MAVFAIll.ASt: Jf Vtt.
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iij ahu ij, KOKT STREET,
MUKKkft M-HttCK,'' CKLkKlfATKli MUMiftOMlHlC
'HIE COMMON SklslE NUKSINO BOTTLE.
"HE SATURDAY PRESS
Job Priutuig Office,
CAMI'llKI.I.'S NEW IIUII.UINO
IS NOW 1'HK'AKtU '10 1)0 ALL WORK
Tha HlgriMt SlyU of Tjrioraphio Art
WKIIUINO, VISIIINO OK BUSINESS CAKDS
LETTER, NOT E, STATES! ENT or BILLII EADS,
CF.klfFlljAlES OF STOCK,
BILLS OF LADING,
Legal and M roamtiU BUaks,
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1 h abovt, in connection with tht long tsUbUshcd
Book.BUdarx, FapwUU 'aa4
laak B00UM aaaCaotorj,
Enables th unJersigned to lav claim t couiMtsncy
in all dcpatlmenlt, as tach It under lh car ut
Th. Htatloaary Daptsrimaat
Will carry a lull lint of papers for laaculing BLANKS
of all descriptions, or fur special sijes lir clati ol
Blank Buofct, In addition 10 lbs usual
full assortiuent of
ComaiwcUl, Li.al aud 0c SUtiouaiy.
All orders fallldully atlsnded to auj your (-airouagt
leipectfully ollciled. 1 IIOS. (S, THRUM.
Honolulu, H, I i)
Q M.CARTBK S. P. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTKR & CO',
x riKLWOOD, COAL, kU tUHU.
Fr Deliisry lo all saris of list Lily,
iiie.r M, KISU MTHMMT.
II HACKFHLD ft Co.,
OFFF.U FOR SAI.K
INVOICES Or NEW GOODS,
V.x lUiks Kale nmt MafatUn
Consisting In part nf at lollowt t
A EarR Aaaortmaut ot Dry Oootli,
Denlnu, Uniwn and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
lni, Tinker Red, Merlnos-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, lUltan Cloth and
Black, Oroi-craln, Paney, Colored and Striped
Barege, Crepe, &e.,
Men' Furnish I nn (looih,
Shirts, Woolen, Mlsed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
tic., isstrino and uoiton uiiaersiiurs, wnue
Bosom Shirts, Socks ft Stockings, Gloet
Handkerchiefs, Poularttt, a large In
volet of CLOTHING consisting
of Pino Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Stilts, Pelt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
dreni Jackets, I,
R, Coats ft Leggings, Men-
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas.
andParasoli, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy guilts, Kelt Kurt and Brut.
ttlt Carpeting Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
White and Pane Blankets,
fancy Striped woolen, two titea.
Scarlet, Orange. White Woolen and 4 points,
Buttont for Shirts, Coatt, Pants, Drttstt,
Ifoolan. two tit ta.
P K K V U M E R V ,
Genuine Eau de Coloene. Liibin's Ex
tracts, Toilet Soaps, f'tiifocotne, Hair
Oil, Combs, lookmg Gltsses, l'll-es. I.
K. Halts, Harmonicas, lllsnlc Hooks,
Gold 1-e.if, Jewelry, (ild Walcbes,
Tape, Blattlc, Scarfs, Albums
Extension, Arm, Dining room and Pallor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc.,
Smtdlm, Ciilfukln; (Urllu, Mllrrui Lrnlhrr,
Hemp ft I. K. PaclcinK, Coal Haslcell,
CRATES OP ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cups. Teapots, Howls, Chambers,
Rice Dishes and Haters. Demiiohns s and s
Gallons, Sample Bottles, Vases arid Glassware. Manila
Burlaps, Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Hos
SUOAR and RICE BAGS
of all sizes and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes.
Salt in Jars, Castor Oil In tint. Matches
Cocoanut Oil. Wash Blue, H. White Lead,
Stearine Candles, a, . and 6. H. ft P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck't Linseed Paint OU, White Zinc Pain
Qevman antl Havana Cigar,
PUUtl wure Spoons, Forks, Cruet, Tea
ictiit Cup, Napkin Ring, Salver., etc..
Pockf t and Butcher Knivet, Scissors. Sher Shears.
Ntedles, Spoons. Files, Spurs, Galvanized Uain
Hoop Iron, Keg Kivets. Hammer, Yellow
r Metal and Composition Nails, Clarifier
liabbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iron
PU CUy. BUckwnith Coal, Fire Brlcka, TUt
Empty Barrelf, Oak Buti, Ac.
Orders from th other Islands carefully tended to.'
K. HuehfeUl & to.
OT I C B.
MEMML R. MORE CO.
Kino Stkbbt Honolulu,
Would beg to notify the PuUic that they
have iut recelvtd shipment of the famous.
"HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINE.
aV Any person wishing topurihawawwiagDiachlnc
would do well to examine them.
a number of superior
Doubtavb&rrtl Br each-loading Shot Gum,
Wlnchatttr Rlfli, Ktoiwdy Rlflei
Smith d WUson Rerolven.
A full assortment of CARTRIDGES. Ua and
paper shell ; and Sortsmeii' General Supplies.
SmT Call and eiamlne our Stock I
Havinv in our ciodIov a f.rttc...M lAitk and Gun
Smith, w art prepared to do all kinds of repaiiing In a
nrst'CMssruatincr aiiti on snort notices
Hiwtng Marhhtrm rntirrd inI iU'I
And all kinds of Iron Work made and repaired,
A I N B CO
HAVB A ISNOa aTUKv or Till
VSRY BUT HAY, QRAItf, ETC.
which Is leffered l lb
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
and dhvrd fre U any pari of lb city,
Agents fur llt
Vtielft Mtttumi Li9 MiurttMr Co,
Ageats forth MOOVtk TKI.hPHONE.
CuMwU..f U Dstad for the blale U raUfoiuU.
TM.KPHONE NO' Mr.
Wkllllll aStll !
No. 4 Hum. Srttar.
(CawsAittl riruaisKaf UssiUiaf)
Vaa 4a (liistMJf m Ma WHf.
Island Btuai always
TataWtsoaa Na, Ma,
DISHOP & CO., Bankers.
I tlllOLI'l 1 , ItAWAIIA IstANOS.
Drsw Isschsnje on
llll". HANK OF CAI.IrOU.VIA,
And their agents In
Messrs. N M. ROIIISCIIII.il SONS,
'Hi COMMERCIAL IIANKINO LO.,
OF SVIINI'.Y, LONDON
'lhe COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.,
OF SYDNEY, SVDNKY
Ihe HANKS OF NEW ZEALAND I
AUCKLAND, CHRIS I CHURCH.
AND WELLING TON
llll'. HANKS OF llUlfir-H fOI.UMIIIA,
VICIOKIv, II Vi AND I'OIULAND. OR
Tiivnatl a Gtntntl Itjnltiiff Itiiiintu,
Has just received per Manputu
French Almonds ami Walnut.
Likirs KTTRAtT nr Mkst
Catnry Serd ,
ilvUtrn (lute Hour.
BAKER'S WHOLE CORN IN TINS
Delicious e iting from the tub.
CITkoN, KTC, BTC., KTC
Also iu stock,
A Qeueral Aaaoriment of Qrooarlea
all of w hirli are orTered
LOWEST MARKET KATES,
and satisfaction KintrAtiteeJ.
G.wdsdehverrd to any put of the? city.
Bill collectable monthly.
Telephone No., I19
EMPLE OF FASHION.
The A. It. C. of 'our JtimiiHs.
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COMI'AKK OUK SIC
onsiJer the Saving,
ome Right Along t
6j Font Stbikt,.
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5 P ? Sj
Stationer ami News liealrra,
HAWAIIAN GAZtrriE BLOCK, t; MHKCHAN
Have lust rtcelvrd, e Maiipua, a tin. assortraciit
Among witch may bv found
LKUA.L C'AI', ,
llroaJ anU narniw, tr the icani ; Mocked, or by quiie.
MEMORANDUM HLOCKS, c, c, c
Hound to fleas.,
INKSTANUSs . -
Hankers Large, Hankers' small,
lu f hi we lut. Inksiauds for all,
TOST OFFICE LHITER SCALES.
CiMler's Combined Copying and W'tilliuf,
in tlusrls, pints, and tulf.pinls.
CARTER'S WKITINO. FLUID.
in ituaitslilnit, (ulf'tJuti, aiul cones. VSsS
VIOLET INK, ijiuuiVl'iurs, half pliiis, uud cones
INDEI.IULE INK, a.soried.
ARNOLD'S WKIIINH FLUID.
In quails, iinls, half pints, and couts.
STAFFORD'S, lit iiuatis and pints,
Kgyfillan Fetfumed Ink.
III qoatll, piiils, half pints, and coins.
Perfect MuciUjt llotilc.
MANN'S COI'V llOOKh,;
10 x it, full bouml ixl half luund,
u . it, iuii oouim anu nan bounu
Mann's Cupylng Pap r, k
PENS aiul HOLDER'S In great vailciUs.
Automatic Pencils, Ccm ing IVncils,
r ali's Pencils, llisun s Pencils, c
DRAWINd PAPER, plain and mounted.
Manilla Deiail Pairr,
ENVKIXJI'KSt iso,., assorted.
Playing Cards, round corner aiul plain.
MEMORANDUM HOOKS, a Lug. Uiy,
Tun. Huukt, assoiled,
Ounnned Lubils. E ,
hhlpiuiig 'I ugs, 'Fourisl Tags.
INVITATION PAPER, ami Entsloprs to auuk.
Hall Programme Cards, pencils and lass.lt,
LEVIER PRESSES, large and small,
KulUr tbruls, all sW
BASE HALLS and HA IS,
Guidev and Scorcy RookSa
HIKTHDAV CAKDK POCKET KNIVES, and
tuny Ulm arlklti loo nuuKiwua to intuiionv
aV. SUBSCRIPTIONS rtc.WesI for any Mas
sidjs, Faiuity Utry, tic, alat u, luuj, and m.
psal nunsbsrs swiS torltfirdtr. r
M. SPJsCUL OKULKS rlvt4 (W HOOKS
RED RUBBER STAMP AsHCNCV.
and Agents for tht Eu)()odia tMtntiim.
M. AD Iflsud ociUh HI prwtsal, -b
I. M. OAT, J.. a CO.
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