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iui uit uuu) ins wun waia. j uuni ainiiai
fall on those of the chair, the right one
resting on the open book placed on the
knee and the left one dropping half
clascd on the end of the chair' arm.
The legs rest easily, the left one being
slightly advanced. The costume, as
we have said, is simple, yet not with
out a certain elegance. It consists of
a buttoned tunic belted at the waist,
loose knee-breeches, silk stockings, low
quartered shoes fastened with rosettes,
and a voluminous cloak which, falling
in broad, picturesque folds, drapes with
much success the chair, and forms n
fine setting for the figure. At the right
under the chair lie a few books. The
pose, as has been indicated, is very
natural, the type remarkably wellchoscn,
and the modelling of thoroughly ad
mirable quality Worthy of particular
attention is the modelling of the hands
and legs, The work, in short, is one
of the first rank
Chnrlt Hroitr $ 'hrt.tlnnltt.
Ever since we read the "Cloister and
the Hearth," that fascinating story of
the middle ages, we have followed its
brilliant author with special delight.
We doubt not that there arc many this
side the sea who know but one side of
Charles Kcadc, and that as the writer
of dramas and novels : they fail to
rccognirc him, as in later years, a de
vout, swcct-soulcd Christian. The
beauty of his life was seen in his gen
tleness under the sharp attacks of critics
who failed to recognize the genuineness
of the man. Hut now we only propose
to speak of him as a Christian, and for
the facts which follow we arc indebted
to his old pastor, Rev. Chas. Graham.
He had like Wendell Phillips the
courage to stand by his convictions.
lie not only in his writings sought to
arouse in others sympathy for the sor
rowing, but in his private life he cen
before his conversion was nobly gener
ous. Some six years ago a fortune fell
into his hands, but it quickly was dis
pcrscd, going entirely to the poor and
destitute and to Christian institutions.
He wrote the popular drama "Drink,''
in which he tried to rouse his people to
the gigantic evil which has so cursed
England as well as America. Some
six years ago he came to his pastor for
religious conversation, and frankly re
vealed to him his spiritual state. The
result was conviction of sin, repentance
conversion. He at once took a bold
and decided step, and by letter and
personal intercourse became a gospel
preacher. The poor were visited and
relieved. He met not only their spirit
ual needs, but supplied their physical
necessities. The branch of Christian
work was never discontinued io long as
he hal the strength to visit personally
the needy, and then an open purse car
ried gladness to many a weary sufferer.
That he might appear before the
world not as a novelist alone, though
his aims were ever lofty, and his desire
ever to make men better, he planned
and executed in part a series of studies
of Itiblc characters. A deep know
ledge of men fitted himself especially
for 0is work. He greatly admired
Nchcmiah and prepared a careful sketch
of his character, which will doubtless be
published soon. The character of Jonah
engaged his study while an invalid at
In the recent persecution of the Jews
he was most painfully stirred, and a
letter to the London Telegraph, well
known to many of our readers, shows
with what shame and sorrow he viewed
those outrages. He died with the
strong conviction based on prophetic
Scripture, that in a not far distant hour,
this unique race will be restored to
Palestine. On his return from Cannes
with the shadow of the unseen world
resting upon him, his short stay on
earth was spent almost entirely in
prayer. He suffered intensely, but was
comforted and sustained by the promi
ses. When the crisis of his disease,
congestion of the lungs, was reached it
was thought he would recover and a
new hope was imparted to him. When,
however, fatal symptoms became mani
fest, and the doctor announced that
fact to him he exclaimed ' "No need
for sorrow, only cause for rejoicing
Let us be glad and rejoice." Just be.
fore entering into the realm beyond, a
sudden revelation of the divine glory
seemed to break it upon him and he
mazing glory I I am having Paul's
understanding," referring to 3 Cor.
ia:t-4, which had previously been a
subject of conversation with a relative.
-A'tw Yoti Obstrrtr.
G.rtnnn Jfurrral Vuttitm
Among the old Gciuuiit the turtctl season
wat both the time ami the occasion of almost
unlimited testis itte. The tAinc spirit, allhouch
in a tomcwli.it ino.liful degree, still prevails
in puts of Cciiuaiiy, particularly In Tliuringia
ana the north-elcrn section of the empire,
where tins, h.ibits and feeling of mctlixval
time hate Iwen preserved with the greatctl
1 hate watched their harteat fctlitilU- the
pietent autumn with much interctl. The
beginning of the grain hat est It the signal fo
letting all thing loose) but it it done in a kind
of restrained and methodical manner, in keep
ing with the German character. The actua
beginning must be made on Friday. That i
their " lucky" day. Woe to the mxa who be
gin on Monday the day of all the een held
to be the most unlucky.
On the opening day the hartestcrs mote out
from the tillage in festite procession, the
maiden crowned with vtrcatht and the vtumen
bearing garland on their tickle poiuts for the
women and the gills are the harvester here,
At noon the church bell ring out a merry pesl
ani at evening, when the lirtt wagon is laden
for the homeward march, the village band
come out to lead the procession, and with
music and song the apparently happy people
come into the town, where food and drink are
Mt before the harvester, who, In thtt mtrry
dance which follows, ihow few lign that the
day' work has been wearisome to them. So
prone, Indeed, are the young people to over
indulgence In thi part of the merrymaking
that several town in Thuringla hate enacted
special law forbidding all dancing in the
community from the beginning of August until
the close of September,
The superstition about beginning the grain
harvett on Friday I riot the only one in that
connection. The first two talk of grain
mutt belaid in the form of a cross before they
are cut, otherwne witche will control the har
vest, bringing bad weather, mildew and variou
evil in their train. These (talks, moreover,
mutt be cut by a child under five tears of age.
and the first straw rope for binding up the
sheave must be twitted by a child under evcn.
In the first case there It a tribute paid to
i nnocence. and in the latter case it It believed
that all the misfortune, attociated with the
unluckj number seven, which would entue if
the child had reached or patted that age, wil
be avoided. It is especially sought to have the
tirtt rope twitted on the evening of the festival
to I'reya, the old Scandinavian goddest of
fruitfulnest, a a further charm again! the
ravages of mice in the grain-bin.
For the ringing of the harvest bell the
lexlons In the-middle ages usually received a
trifling gift of money from the landowner,
ind a they were a proverbially bibulou clas
and toon spent the whole amount at the beer
house, uch gift soon came to be known a
drink money, the universal and never-to-be-evaded
IrinkgltJ of German people of to-day.
The month of September I devoted to the
potato harvest, and white It It a trifle lest
'ormal than the grain harvest it It held to be
quite as important since potatoes are the main
food dependence of the peasantry. Thediglng
I done by women, who dres thcmtelvc for
their work, bare arm and feet and thort skirt
being the prevailing mode. To gather the
potatoes Into the carts It an ill omen. Hence
they are gathered Into bag; and a one look
over the field towards evening these stately
row of erect while bags remind one forcibly
of tombstone in a ccmetry. At sunset a troop
of men and boys comes to the field with a hay
rack drawn by a pair of cow cow take the
place of ocn in Thuringla and the men lean
agiinst the cow or il upon the gr and
calmly .smoke their huge earthen pipes, while
the won en bear the bags to the rack. The
boys meanwhile gather the potato tops and
start a bonfire, the belief being that the vine
t.iat escape burning i sure to bring mischiev
ous element into the potato bin during the
winter. During this month the public schools
are given a vacation, that the girl way tend
the babies and the boy may watch the goat
In the ficldt, while the mothers Ve digging the
With all thcte customs there is universal
gaiety, livery beer garden hold out special
attraction roast sausage here, fried carp
there, laturkraul and tchwiinknotklts in
another, while the most purely characteristic
and most highly prized harvest delicacy I
onion pie! Imagine the crusty foundation for
an apple pie laid upon a circular sheet-iron
Inker six feet three inches in circumference,
instead of with sliced apple, fill in this area
with sliced onion and lat park; sprinkle
caraway seeds upon the surface, and bake
until the flavor of the onion .has permeated the
pork and the fat of the pork has soaked into
the onion, and you havc.the gcnuiuc onion pic
ol Tliuringia and Soulh Germany a dish thai
far exceeds in point of popular favor the trad
tional pumpkin pie of New England. A
hrce-inch segment of the article costs two
cents. On " onion-pie evenings " the beer
garden that advertises the delicacy is sure to
be crowded. The people that one meets at
this season ? Ah mcl Garlic-eating Italians
ar ecrfrcshing as compared with them Fvcn
the refined city of Frankfort on-thc-Msin
seems to priic this reeking dish more highly
than ever Huston did its brown bread and
Many ofthe folk-spjrts that follow the hart est
hate come down from the middle ages. I will
mention only one. In the neighboring tillage
of Stockhausen. the other day, the interesting
feature of a public festival was the seizure of
six maidens of the tillage, who had been
dressed as princesses, by a band of robbers,
who immediately galloped o(T with their prize
to the Const from which they had come. A
company of armored knights was soon in pur
suit. A battle with spears and long bows fol
lowed, on the edge of the woods, and
towards nightfall the valiant knights came sing
ing back to town, with the rescued princesses
mounted on the horses of their slain captors.
Looking upon the returning company the
prancing steeds, the dancing spears, the wav
ing plumes, the glittering shields and helmets
one might fancy one's self looking upon a
true scene in the romantic da)- of knight-errantry;
although, in point of fact, the helmets
and shields were of lin, the princesses in dress
and feature we.e an) thing but princely, and
the rescue wat celebrated by a feast of onion
pic and beer on the village green. Hasten
lllcnling at the Nose can l stopped by tell
ing a man that his parents Mere born in the
poor houte. His nose will Hop anil yours will
Professor to cUss in surgery r " The right
leg of the patient to, as you see, it Is shorter than
the left, in consequence of which he limps.
Now, ttlut vtouM )ou do in a case oflhit
lind?" IlrlglU undent ; " Limp, loo."
" Albcrtine, " says mama, a catechism in
hand, " when Adam Kvc hail eaten of theap
pic, what was their punishment. " Atliertin
hadn't studied her lesson. Hut, reasoning by
analogy, she replies boldlyt The culicl "
"Does your Helen remind you of Helen of
Troy?" lie atked, sweetly, as the ofa springs
flattened under a pressure of too pounds.
"No, not precisely) you remind me more of
Helen of Atoirdupois," wat the scaly reply.
The microphone is all tery ttcllin its way,
but If somebody, ttould intent a sound repress
er, such as one could use in noisy neighbor
noods " and quiet street," it would be Infi
nitely mure to the purpose. Most intentions
are ' improvements the wrong way up" in
the present day,
A couple of ptcl.pacl.ctt followed a gentle
man for kome blocks with a slew of at ailing
themselves of the first oppertunity to rclictc
him olhiipuite. He auddenry turned Into a
lawtcr's nfiice. "Wrut shall we do now?"
asled one. " Wait for the lawyer,"sald the
No nun can safely go abroad that doe not
lore to stay at home; no man can safely speak
that doe, not hold hit tongues no nun can safe
ly got cm that would nol cheerfully become a
subject; do nun can wfely command that ha
not learned to obey; and no man can safely re
joice but he that ha the testimony of a good
" Well, j don't caret Satan wa sharp and
knew what he wat about." said a lady whose
husband was, holding the first woman respon
sible for all the trouble in the world. He
knew mighty well that If he offered the apple
to Adam first he would eat it all up bimsell
and nol give Eve a taste, and to tube sure of
netting both into a scrip h gate Eve the
fiitt chance at it."
DOSTON DOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C BRKtVKR fr C...
A (rent 1 for the Hawaiian Islands,
RITISH FOREIGN MAKINR INSUR-
ance Company, (Limited)
TiKO. Jf. DA VIES, AG EST.
The above apttit hat retired Instructions to re
duce the tales ol" Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and it now brer red la Itiue boll
ties at the lowesr ratrs, with a sprtial reduction on
(Ye into pet steamer. tos
REMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
F.A SCHAhFERfrC Aftnt
Also a rents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriter!.
Vienna Board of Underwriter.
Forth Hawaiian Islands, iio-ett
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
pany of Berlin.
F A SClfAKFER & C , AGENTS.
the above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents, art nut homed to take ritVs against the dan Rett
of the beat at the most reasonable rates and en the
most favorable terms. f iof6
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
F A. SCAEFER c Ce., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a Oen
era! Agency here, and the above signed, General Agents,
are authonred to taVe Rides against the dangers of the
Seat at the mot reasonable tales, and on the most fa
vorable terms. flo-16
HAMBURG.BRBMEN FIRE INSURANCE
. A, SCHAEFER & Ce, A GENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared to if sure risks against fire on
btone and Brick buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the tnot favorable terms. For particulars
wpply it their ofT.ce. siot6i
ORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. ItACKFELD if Or AGENTS.
Capital and Reserve Relchsmark 6,9jo,ooo
tneir k insurance companies, " 35,000,000
The Agents ofthe above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are pepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
MTii.iiariui'; auu iiuumr, aisisitmtvt j, ., aij kium
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against low
damage Dy rue, on tne most uvoraoie terms.
AMBURG-MAGDRBURG FIRE INSUR-
anct Company of Hamburg.
A. JAEGER, AGENT.
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms,
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFEINSUR
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE A COOKE, AGENTS,
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Votteie I aimed on the moat Farorablt Term
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $40,000
3 10-20 a
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. ERElVER A Co
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
RANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
A UACKFELD A Co , Afemts.
Capital and Reserve . ... Retchsmark 6.000.000
their Re-Insurance Companies M ioi,65o,yx
The Agents of the aliove Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Suar
and Rice Mills, and vevsels in the harbor against loss
or damage iy nre, on the mewl tavoraoie turns.
HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
JSISI10P& Co., AGENTS.
Vntlmitfd lAaUiUtv to StochhoUtrrM.
Assets ,. $31,136,100
tNCTIME TOR 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance. ,. . $ 5t)8a9S
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here. 1
NION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLE V COOKE, AGENTS.
Incorporated 1B75. io-5j
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
insurance Company of Boston, Mass,
.!.?( January Z.f., 18S4, nearly 17,-
Polices It.utd on tha most farorabl. terms, and
absolutely Noa-Forfeltabl. alter Two
CXAMrLB or hON-rOltrEITUKE FLAN I
Inturvd aac 3s yus .a years Endowment Plan for
Annual I'remlum 3249.50
Cth-Suir. VTe. Pd-up lni,
At'lh. nd of the ad Vear.
lite second and subtcqeut premiums ate like!) to
U reduced lv imcrtatimr annual Mittilntitmt f tur
T Applications can be had of ; and full Information
uill be srn by the Agents,
CASTLE A COOKE.
CHARLES BRBWBR & i.o.
17 Kiuv STi!f t, Host cm,
AOKNTS OF MAWAI1AX PACKKTS,
GihmI CtfmmiMiort Agtnt.
Special attention given to the purchasing of foods ft
the llawaiun trade. Freight at toci rates.
116 CAMroaNix .Sj,Cau,(Room No. .)
HAWAIIAN VOShUL COJfJiA.VO.V
Wells, Fargo & Co's
r MCKCIUNDISE, PACKAGES, PARCELS,
G0I.I1 SILVEK. HANK NOTES.
BONOS. VALUABLE FAFERS,
ETC. ETC.. ETC
Ftwarde-dby Kauid Couvtyaoc. to alt t4m of the
World and Promptly Delimed-
FAVORABCE RATES ON FREIGHT
tW Prompt att.atloa giva to Colloctje. tad
Comnitii'umi of ..cry dtlriDtloa.
O. W. MACFARLANK CO.,
)-4t iui for ILaraZu lilnli
OLL1STER & CO.,
lyrtrn, rnr attkmio.v or 1111:
vvm.ic .t covsTiir siBituiiAsfk
n particular, to their tarft and
varied aitortsieot of
just recsired. This is acVncw (edged
to' be (he finest perfume In the
world. All of one quality.
Great variety of dors styles
aod prices, alto
(til shapes and styls)
and the IsrftM and most complitt Mock of
ever kept In this Kingdom, a
large Invoice of
was is ed 3iRDiTKitn.isr.Ay svosos:
direct from Europe, free from
sjtd or dirt. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS A CO'8
Pharmaceutical Prep rations
J. C. AYER c COS
Itorseford'a Acid Phosphate,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
AUcock Porous Platter Co ,
Murray & L an man's Florida Water
Verba BuenA Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
arc also Proprietota and Manufoc-
facturen of the cetebratod
Agents for Wm. S. Kimball & Co's
Vrnyranl Vanity Fair,
Tobacco and Cijnrto
mhicb have nd rivals. The
largest assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OVK GiXGEK ALE if S0DAIVA7EK
hs always been recognized as the
best In the taarket. .
OsVA (lNGEE ALE EXTRACT
being marmfacturcd from our own
private formula In
AERA1ED WATERS la Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottles as deurtd.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL. s9 NUUANUST.
RETAIL, Cox. FORT A MERCHANT STS
Crystal Soda Works!
Our Ool ar. acknowledged th. B.tt I
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
X a alt our Bottles. Families use na other
GINGER ALE BUT OORS.
CHILDREN CRY FOR OUR
We Invite particular attention ig our Paitnt Filter,
recently introduced, by hich all water used Incur
manufactures is absolute) f.icd from all impurities.
4-4f We deliver our Goods Free cf Lhaugs to alt
parts of the City,
Careful attention paid to Island Orders 1 tAdJiss
"THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,"
P. O. BOX Mj - HONOLULU, II I. '
tr OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. 998 "
tST OiJ.ti Uft with Ittawu, Smith 4 Co., No. it,
Fft Strt, fttll rc4lv ptomf. atl.ntlon. a)ti
.Vt. J,'a,l 13U furl J(r..l.
(orrostia eocu's trasuv)
W. H. PAOE.
AT CanM(4 of all ilctalsHwa. aaad ta Mdar OQ
mwu tavoraol. ttrota.
The ciwacst aii.otlw giva te t.paut oaU kutja.
AC work guaiaat4 10 (W. tarltiactlo.
ASTLB A COOKB,
IfftttOLVMFt It. I
VotiM caJl Attention to their Largs and
ariad Stock of
CWitttV of the onrivtlleJ Pans Steel
The MoKne Steel BteaVers, and Furrowing Plo. Mo
hoe Steel Plows all sires Plantt, Jr., Cultf.
valors. Dirt Scrapers,
John DoiV On tin Plows,
rhniers' Hoes of the best mahce
DISSTONS CnLLDRATr.D CANE KNIVEb
made to ordrr. Ames Shovels and Soadrs,
Car Jen Iloes. Canal Harrows, Ox
Bows, Yokes, Chains, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirement".
SUOAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder, ixd
ana Kerosene uu, rcnect
Lubricators, Plumbago, Al
bany Grease, IHsuon's and
S. and J, Files, all sires and
kinds. Steam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber,
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rub
ber Hose, ; to a Inch. Pipe.
and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers, finished. Machine
Bolts', all ilies. Cold pressed
niatJc smith's. Ensineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Tipe
butters, wineries, a men to
34 inch. Anvils, Vices. Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Best
American Bar IronandTorJ
Steel, Rudders' Hardware,
all kinds and styles. Hub
buck's Paints and O.Is, raw
and boiled. Smalt Paints In
Oil, in large variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic. A&,
Whitinj, German Window
ast'td sires. Manila Rope
No. s and a Flour, No, I and a Rice,
Crushed Surar, China and J ananTeas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon.' Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure HuglUh Spices, Condensed MUk
Cocoa. SPECIALTIES :-Tho JNif
ie HrrOMtne Ott, K est oil's On
trtji(ttl Ltntnf9, 14 Inch. HttbUcr
Sprint ' CVturrtJi 'Urjihr just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Insr. &c, Blake Boiler I'eed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating-& Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugal Complete,
AliO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes. Barrels
Smon, llams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanised Roofing
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Slnerr Manufacturing
(Company, Assorted: Remington Company. FamiK;
Wilson Alachines, the best assoitracnt to be fjund,
and at Bottom 1'ncM.
New Goo by every arrival from England, New
" ork and San Francisco.
1 New Traotlon Enslno, 8-Uora potver,
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Kates and
with d mutch
CONTRACTOR aod BUILDER,
STIiAM rtiAXIXQ MILLS
Mannfaaurt all kloit of
and all kinds of'woodtwork finish.
Turmlnc soroU. asssd'tjetatt sawlas.
All kirU. of riauai aod Sawtuc MortlMu;, aM Ten
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND
Order from th. otb.r !taniit toliciuJ. io6-4)r
II. I. NOLTE. PROPRIETOR,
IWjstnanojunceto bis ftleoit and ibe twblw in fta
nU that the auve SeUoon pruvld!
Trou j a. w , tdl i r, m.
11t fine it
(OXtTaNTLT PM StAMp.
Om of Nvuiswkk & Suite's rUbrte4
Is cooiMcteai wills the esuUisbmtni, wbert lovws of
tna cue can srtW'vte,
ar KariOLAMi P,
U row own dally, Stn RsfittWeus t&ay U bai
all Uaut 04 siKMl notW
H. J. KOLTC, PtonrUtoe.
The Great California
Flies, Fleas,. Cockroaches
Chicken Lice, Etc.
To Human Being and Animals.
AN AT1S0LUTE NECESSITY
In the Home, Garden, Conservatory, or Wart
rooms. The Buhach Insufflator,
For Distributing the Buchach.
BENSON, SMITH & Co.,
it ind us FORT STREET, Honolulu. II. I
IMTORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS 5c SHOES,
No 80 Fort Street. Honolulu. H. I.
tZT Tbe largest and best aivsttment of
LaditV, Gentlemen's and Children's
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Dandns; Pumps, etc
To be found on the Islands.
Prices as low as elsewhere for sits liar nualitv of
goodi. Island orders solicited and promptly executed.
G. J. WALLER,
5a BUTCHER &
To tlie Front.
A GREAT BOON -J0 HONOLULU PUBLIC.
BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON,
PORK AND FISH.
Ke&t for four davt after be tne killed, br B!I-Cot
man Talent Dry Air Refrigerator. Guarantee! to
keep longer after delivery than freth killed m.att. To
be had at any of MR. WALLER'S MARKETS and
On Kins; Street.
tr MEAT FOR SALE ALL DAY. Tfil
3T Thanking th public for pet favors, I solicit a
continuance of the tame. G.J. WALLER.
ENNER & Co.,
Have ri'Opened at the old sund Ho. 9a Fort street,
with a rew and carefully seleite4 stock of
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttoni, Studs, Ac,
ladles would d well to call and examine oar stock of
BiaceUts, Brooches, Lockets, Earrings, etc,
Mch were especially selected to suit tat
kukui'and shell jbwelry
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our bvHes we regard as an
Important one, and all jobs entrusted to us will
be executed Io a tuaiuer second to none,
Of cver description done to order. Particular atlso
tloo Is paid to or UnS, and job work from the
No, 16 KihQ SiiaeT, Honolulu, II. I.
PRACTICAL PLUMBER ft OAS F ITT BR,
Cp4r and tihrrt ran H'orkmr
And X til Iluoftr,
TIN WARt, Etc
V All w0(b guar aat tej tod all orUrra faiMully
attended la Please leave orders oa the slate.
HAY, GRAIN ani FEED.
Henry F. Hebbard lias
opened a depot at No. 77 King
street, telephone 258, for the
sale and delivery of hay, grain
and feed, in quantities to suit,
He is also ready to supply
COAL. CIUICOAI Mi WMI.
Ciciicr.il tierliocmcnlB. Ojcncml liutrlistmcnlo.
PRESS FTTSLISHING C0MPA1TY,
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
VunijtbcU's yew JJitllillnu, Merchant Street.
Wcddlnf, Visiting rr Business Cards,
Invitations, Menu Cards,
Ball Programmes, Letter,
..,,... , Note, Statement or Bill Heads,
Shipping Receipts, Money Receipts,
Certificates of Stock, Contracts,
ills of Lading, Checks,
Drafts, Orders, Notes,
Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blanks,
Labcli, Books, Pamphlets, etc.,
NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABLY DONE.
TUOS. O. T111WM, Mutuiurr.
Pacific Hardware Company
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel Nott.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implement,
irouse Furntnhin(f GooiIh C General Merchandise.
The combined slock of the two firm give u 11 very full and complete line of goods, al
lowest market rates. All orders sent to the undersigned, or to Mr. Samuel Nott for specialties
in the clas 'of goods formerly told by him, tt ill at present receive his personal attention and
.PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
The Corner Harness Store Still to the Front I
Large tnroicet o( Uoods (of all descriptions) having
been received by me thejr
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of Goods can be purchased else
where In Honolulu and satisfaction guarantted. My stock
consists of all kinds of American, English and bdney
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Lecelngs,
Saddle Cloths, School Dags, Etc.,
Bits, Spun and Stirrups, Etc.,
tn Nickel and Stiver Plate,
The Reputation of my HOME MADE HARNESS
For superiority of woikinanship and material remains unchallenged during my si jears residence here,
lhankful for the generous patronage of the past, Us continuance and Increase In tha future is respectfully
solicited at the old stand.
3- Corner of Tort and King Street, Honolulu, H. I
A. S. CLEGHORN 8c CO.,
Importers, Commission Moroliant rtntl Doalera in
AGUNTS FOR TIIK BEST KON'A COFFUC
We are in receipt of Fresh Kona Caffc direct from Plantations by every arrival.
Particular Attention Oiren to Itlantt Order
Of every, description and Goods no in stock purchased or ordered from abroad to suit bu)trs.
FIRB-PROOF STORES, Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu, H. I.
BRANCH STORES ON HAWAII :
i.. S. OILEJO-SIOKliT cSC CO.,
Auotlouora, Importra and Dsrslerst In Gen oral Morohamll,
At the Old Corner, Front and Walanuenue Strcits, J, II. May by, Manager.
IIookkna, Hawaii. ....
Honckaa, Hawaii ,
Faauiio, Hawaii ..
At all our Branch Stores will be found a full line of Groceries, received fresh by every steamer Dry Goods,
Clothing, Fancy Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, and all Goods that ajt
kept In well found country stores. J39
QT. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL.
-d sonooT Fan iPors.
Under Military Discipline.
Located In the beautiful village of San Mateo, on the Southern Paclhc R. K., tt miles fiom San Franciscd.
Established In t86v ourtecn instructors of reputation and ability. The buildings are extensive, are
heated by steam and arc In every way arranged for the health aod cvmfurt of the cadets, Tiinlty Session
begins July sj
for further information ind catalogue, lust out, address
Kkv. ALFRED LEE IIREWKR, M. A.,
I I I . I . ... I..,, ., I., ,......- 4,. .,..,. I ,1 ,
"The Glory of His Nostrils is Terrible." .
, o t
SI HORSE-BREAKING. fi
By C. B.
The undersigned, bavins leased the commodious
and Punchbowl Streets, takes this method of Informing
matured horses to brctk, to the most scientific manner,
practiced the irufeion of horse-breaking fur five) ears
under such great lights In the profession, as Profs. Tapp
shall, Pratt, Rockwell, and others, 1 o.Tr my services to the publtC, iu the alolnnllonej capacity, with wr
fett confidence lhai can g'.vo entire satisfaction In every Instaiice,
1 am not a Horn lamtr i at lcat not of the so-called school that prcten 1 tn tale a wild hure and by soroi
mysterious Influence render them in a few liuis m as to be handled In any maunir with safety, for people do 4
talc muiti stock In such nonsense wa-ds). Ihey krw more no ttwn they used to, and are not so eatllr
deceived. Those who have Inteucd mney with this class ol indivlduils, And out sooner or later thai they and
the vile rneth-MU that they pr.icticti are hu.nbujs, and worihless. Wbile this sort of thing has Mtnellutes, appar
cntly, been done, It was only for the time being, anj Juit as soou as the burse Is out wf the o-calUd tamer's
hands he become as wild and unmanageable as ever.
The real, true and secret art of breaking, taming and training will aud vicious horse la a subject that has
received a great dealtvf ditCJs.Uiu,m.it people UhcvltU It to bm sii,itiujc ahsouded in mystery, and entirely
besond thecoinrreher.lon toforJinary mortals, if not even bvrderUia; upon the supernatural. Now, while there
are a great many appliances to be u.ed lu the practice that are indupensible, a peifeU knowlnlge 4 the use
which can onlyie galncl by csperience. I will gne three ofthe tnM Impocunt secrets connected with the
business, tn the OMession of whidi anyone can, with experience, become a successful handler U colls and horses,
I care not now wun or kwmv
The firU is common sense, which we all know cannot be learned, but which few must be gifted with by
nature, lite second is perseverance; and the third, the .-uost Impurtaut of all, l patknte. I he more iA ItA laa
s ...i.t .1.. 1-.... .! I.l.tnl ikst slants ! timtrm ai much fal It IS reiiuued Ul this lfaftilon (Kkfl avnic
other that I kn-w f, unless it Is the m.iueinit of children-lhe ditTereni tyis ami dUpcrtiiumi of bvth requlr.
. .1 .L, I. .1 ...... ltn,lf.ai an. I .anllaiiau lialna ska !. xnl ...lu
truT to my nutwn eaauiy tne same rrmru. w iru'4 -... -....j-. -,, ., n MUM milJ
course in the nulorliy of case ; while firmr muu be praciived wttb an occasioual one, and oineiimcs even the
same kind of currcciton reported to that any gowd housewife would administer to a KuaUutf youngwtr, whea
foi bear ance has ceased to become a virtue.
While our Creator has endowed every living and creepin tUUi, fiwn the ant to tU lcphai, rlih the
r.i...itn. ii.....L ts Is. iK ti IimibaJoi the wrotur tua uf these wearjonslhal w Iiav
the power ofidueailng thenvto. laVethe elephant in
talsiive trees, or even Voosce Twlth bis ponderous trunk,
convMueu inat man is ms iren. -wr ""'sT! i
Because bis fear ts all tone I arm ne wui even nv
! a.,4.a. hbh .'"" s - a.:.,-
I not be rieht. l we net aee bt wwimw .--.. ;- -'- r- ,"-' -" ."
. iiuuMerft cr similar atUxotsl1 Iut be li Uen eaucateu 10 tinow itut le must Mtnut to
Z?.AiZZuLhlmtwU. if they bad Itasou like ourselves. Instead U
IM iim . w. .- , - -r .- . :. .. .r:i... u.. . i .tl . - r" .
maid U tw.uy r. I te. tM r" w ' v. ...... -. , .u. ,., . ,..
Ouriaa ro U,nj .iUo la lU frasilc. ot wf Prussian, al LaodUr ot all daws A bwt., hook th. mi
a a UJv ilii Jul uai. rxt prwa'x a d)M lmt t I9W"f V Wm a hlp, lo lb. wild uuian.4
bnuwrMutr tlwiK dll,"l"fl Ik. btW mJ. "UrJ rial It. or.-lU
Z!u lulii.id iUM 1L.U1U. cTarii-U tkwrr.Und loth, kuiuta family h tiatatbr aod affittloa iKaa
ttr kardlr itr i trlu t. d at" llol lUy awrMial. kioj umiimm in .trf war Wl as rautk at .
" !". """ a . .... ....trfaw atawai kt trti.ll sn.tfsr.rnlit.atnt.Al m,LI Iwuns Li larka sn an
T lU awe. mk T i " lb-
la iuuJ to Ik us. of Ik. kip, I ffi U at a nr lastMiaM facu U rkt nanaa.
o uxaiitic.u wry Utkrly In UaiBl ik.ui g mil ; but afin ihay ar. Ubk.a U ik.
.t. nuauJful 1 i.ry U UcV.p k will k. im WMiii4 aod skwlial Uiltv t k. kns'
as launuwa alaan tk "Jaa,
All villous and unI Ubltlike kkklni. Utl.
r.... rn.lv ild and tkiou horwa. and ikoa. tkal
tkar Ulaim I i)I wait ug ckaj.
All tri-'l swrd te ray akars UI U !! fid
atfSV dSSV I jLW
William Maxwell. Meager
J, K, Mills
J, R. Mills, Manager, Thos. M. lUrt, Deputy
premises of Captain Ounle, sltualeJ at the corner of Queeu
the general public that he Is prepared to take colts and
shortest possible time, and at the lowest rates. Having
In this Kingdom, and many year before coming here,
(tamer of the man eating sulltoa Cognac), Flynn, Mar.
a wild . M hlIm',.,in.J "
but nun whh bis superior Intellect ao tame ihit same
"7:.Ii; V.aa -,!.-. h. .h.ni.V, iZtZZYJTZl-Zr'A
...,. ..---. - ...,.-. -, ..,.. - ,.-
I .. av'a.-t najtlv a-yatru ,lau lint a.. ! , I. . i- .
;.ib4al of kdrsaa. tl
. tuu. Ihat a mmia la
know tkal tksr. U suck
siyikUi. shylrut, baJkUcv UcUm, ?Uuig Uck u ika I
kar. ton sir, up W kw Khir. If H iwl (D'all ' Ctll
aad carad lat, tad ay una u rsatooaklt at ajty,
Tk. feUit'l OUdteal S.lasl,
.C. S. MIX.1