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ARMSTRONG. SIIELDON & Co,
rrrrtiwiM v. .iTHiut. Paor.)
I'lOXKCll I. I'M It Kit llCALLIt:
INIoN LIUUKi; YAkl.
C.ratr C!ifreia aaj PstM Si-Ms i:J "t. EM Mirkd S;rcct
j-'nar I'irif, K. stern 1'iii-. White C.-i'ar.
And II kinds of Ku Hi.'irf Mbru.i cmtantly oo hsrel.
- WOLCOTT HOOII, V. rat.V tlliD, IL'lIlD f. LUJ.
CMS. V. BKOOKS & CO.,
jrv'r.4- i " 1 1 tih:
Hawatias packet like -
McCraken, Merrill & Co.,
lrt liiiiI, Oregon.
n.4 VIXC II EK.V EXO At EI I X OI RI'RE-se-nt
business f..r upaarls of .even ear, and be.ng
lis-a'ed ir. a Cre j rrjf hrks Luil-l.i.g. we are pre; ared to re-eive
and disjt.se of l-:r.i t j.;r. sa-n aa sugar. Km. Sirups. I'ulu.
Ci-fT-e. Ac , lo t lutiia.-t:. Consignment especially solimej
f r the r-ir.,n market, to l.ich l-T roil attention aril! be paid,
and oi-ou which cash iJvimm will be made when "S'i'iircJ.
Si rjMi.-'i I'.. rix t i.
r.lic-r k LH.'leiiU-ir, Jas. l'.ti.c Ac Co.,
rre.. I.-n. VV. T. trmau Co.,
Stevens, lUk-r & Co.
Allen & U"'. Ial 1 Jc Ti.i n. Leonard A: Green.
II- LIU lti.1 11x1 it.-:
V:kir, Alu to, S. tavid.e.
Ol'l'll'jl I aaMucM.,eararr Mrrkaal
IJAKTM I I-AK ATTKXTIOX CM'KVTO
Hie Purchase. ,-hipmer.t and Sale, f Merchandise ; to -jr.
war ling and Traritlii.oriii el '.mis ; the Chartering-and m!
f V.aeL ; the Supplying of W haliships ; and tl.tr Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in sums to suit.
ADVAXCKS IAI)K OX COXSIGXMKXTS.
KUSSELL, &. ERWIN
3Ijhhi1'jkM uring- Oo.
BUILDERS & OTHER HARDWARE !
What's the use." asked a ragged chap, 44 of
a man working If to dt.th to get a living ?'
An Irishman charged with whipf, ing his wife
h-lt-t'd.J i, in. -,!!" xjU the gruuiiJ lout he via.
"hating u nuisance.
An Irish editor, freaking of the miseries t f
Ireland, says : 44 IL r cup of misery lias been for
ages ovL-rtluw ing, and ia not ytl jull .'"
A -r-n of g. nuinf tact, if atlackcd l v fcrc
i'liss nieri or r-ii.-t.". will alwavs manage ti st '
hern f-hting cai-h other.
Somebody in I'iidn has invented an arm :
which ena'.'if t!a wearer to feed hiiiiclf. d 3 hi '
h it. drive, curry weights, ai:d j iik a JieighSAjr's
A NhW5i-.i tR TaiNtE. CVl. Charhs O. E- '
g- r?. of tht l; ?t n J,r,.r:a!, W;i tas.' l l;it year :
ri t'WJ.oNJ ; and j I his tax without grum- !
Anions the ndv rtiw.'inents in n late London
I'ajT, we r-ad that "Two ssttrs want wasliing."
About one a ear
in tve is g'lhj-ct t. the d-y
Dili. r.Jioa.Kvi., -
C. Duma A C., 44
Bita p Jt Co..
To. rn k, :! . Ih..
J .. lit mcii l Kkj.. Bostoo
l!T A. I'nu.i a & Co. 4
Uni aa. it Co.,
fiTT.. A Co.. Trk.
II. tr. k. Co, -
II. '... .t C . Sit,arigha.
Wa 'i'elioxiscs s
22 South 5th Street, Philadelphia;
87 and 89 Beekman Street, New York ;
133 Congress Street, Boston;
108 AND 108 BATTERY STREET, SAN
. A. ALftBirar. j. c. H'.hu-.lv. ;hi actiriit.
ALDRICII, MERRILL &. Co.,
JANION, GREEN & RHODES,
i oniltlfcsinii IfprifhsiiifKi mmission Merchants,
Victoria, Viacoafrr'i lalnnd.
31 fiiwl uoI Cullfornla Htrvut.
AGKNTS Of TIIK
Jf. B. Particular a' tantion paid tocooaisiunenU of Sanjaick
I Ialand Proilue.
j Vletaria. . I.. Jaoaary 1, tt3. 61S-ly
j OIL, G2L, Oil,!
San Francisco & Honolulu Packt.s. i T" ,1I'F;RS AXU MER"x f
Partkmlar attention iren to the ial anl parcbae of m-r
thantliae, afiij-a buaiucaa, autling wtiaieatiipa, utKotiaUn
XT All freight artivinr at San Franclaco, by or to the Ho
olula Line of fackrl. w.ll fccforwarlol raaa or cuvyivlul.
Kxchangcon HunoSoln buaght and aolj.
Mraara. C. L. RicaaaDS & Co.,. Honolulu
44 It IlictraiD & Co.,
44 C Baawaa Cx,.
44 Bmor Co
r- AofD....... .................. ......... 44
io. c ::. ali..,
1 C. Wirukii, taq., .
bich we uHcr at
Ticiriity. we call yuur la the following
M. Rcioa, n. C. Downaa.
Tho. J. PocLTranB. War,
San Francisco, California.
Wholesale d'roccrj - Auction House!
rsT.VCUilltU IN IS30.
Salr.raom. Flrepraaf UrirU liuildinir.
-4 2UU (.ultferuiia Mrrtl, la. arm
SALE VA VS.. TraDiT iid Fbioatc
CJ-'VICI). CT C"al Adraarr. ma.!, on Merchan
4'm to vur r.nucimctit f..r put.hc r private aale, and all
Bercautile faciliUc rewlered oagiiora.
Kefc-r by prrmiasiun to
Vrwrs. C. L. Ricbardi i Co...
. V. JCPD,
War. .Mai-o dkat k Co...............
" rLBr. Bicll A: Co
44 MoBCA. M'J!llt Co.... .......
" Im-Km, biHuir Co........
Baac or barm Colimbia. .............
Than any other house in Sun Francisco.
AVICKS, Etc., Etc.
KEROSENE AND COAL OIL!
LARD, POLAR, CU1SA ACT, LISSEED
And Other Oil?.
MACHINERY OIL !
Our Machinery Oil ia miimrartared from ParafCne, and ia
auwrior to anything in use and WILL NOT OU5I. Thii Oil
la CII EA I'KB and will run on machinery lunger than Sjerm
vt I.sr I Oil w -na ' ' . .
! extreme, and one in ten to the wet extreme. The
! drv vears are uniformly hot and the -.vet vear
! Thr are never le-p than 20-0 Americans in
' Tari: 30.0 Swi-.a live there; oO.lHKJ EndNh.
.15.000 Italian; t0.000 (J. rmans, and 10,(!()0
Poles have made it their home.
j A late attempt to find the Temple of Diana, at
; Fpht euf. y running a tunnel into a htre mound
J outride the city walls, has failed. The recovery
of the Odeon is proreing, and the marble is as
bright as if just polisheil.
!The Government is in r".Bcsdon of evidence
going to plow that a numl-er of freedni' n have
; heen kidnaprx-d from Georgia and smuggle off to
.Turk's I-lan.l, to do forced work in the salt
j rnincs, or transferred to agents in the Cubn
I The Mawachusetts Senate, t-Iected General r!en-
j jamin F. Ilutler, of Lwe!l. to e Major General
, of the Massachusetts State Militia under the new
! militia organization,
I There i considerable talk in Hot-ton of ending j
Wendell Phillij-s to Congresu from the Third I'is-
j trie, anl John A. Andrew from the Fourth Dis-
I trict. The movement originated with the Eight-
I hour League and workingmen'e organiaition. ;
; Cleveland, Sept. 11. The President made a
j ppeech from the balcony of the Kcnnard House,
j Cleveland, last night, during the delivery of ;
which a remarkable scene took place. The crowd '
j was evidently composed of Itadicals. who inter- '
rupted the President with hooting and shouting, j
and in one instance alling liim traitor. The '
! friends of the President in. the crowd replied to
' the numerous his-is with cheers and applause, '
: and when he had finished his speech he was salut
ed with loud and continued plaudits. - '
Telegraphic correspondence of over 700 words
Ironi the Empress Cnrlotta in htiror to Maximil-
j ian i-ased over the Cable on Sunday, and was
! forwarded to Galveston, whence a di.-patch boat
j would bo sent to Vera Crur. Maximilian is said
; to have been one of the largest patrons of the
I Cable so far.
I Trofesnor Whitney fays that in the Sierra range
between the parallels ol 3G and
i (in California) there are five mountains of over
j 14.000 feet elevation, and uUuit Cfiy peaks which
i rife to a night of over 13,000 feet. The cilmin-
atiug point in the District (Summit City) is not
less than 15,000 feet, which is higher than Mt.
The London 77iisays: A movement is now
on foot in the city to commemorate in some con
spicuous and lasting form the unparalleled act of
munificence of Mr. Peabody for the relief of the
poor of Lull Jon. At present it is proposed to
erect a statue of Mr. IVaboJr in 8me consr.icu-
oust-pot in the City of London, and that is the
The .Taier' story.
44 Fy the grace of God, I am what I am !" I
was borne in Enghird. I remember nothing but
poverty stalking crime and absolute want. The
houses where I lived were all in various stages of
Chh and decay. Whether the o!d blear-eved
man who kicked and Commanded me was mv
father. I never knew. Whether the old woman
who sometimes fed and oftener beat me, was mv
mother, I cannot say. All I know is that I had
a miserable drag-a!ut life of it, going round af
ter edd victuals knocking smaller b.vs down
to cet the cv.ntei.t of their broken Lakct, and
hunting for rags iu the cutter.
Isifp.se I was rather a good-looking boy;
they call me good locking now, for an old imm.
I know, w is smart, comparing myself with
children as I see tla-m. Of course I was like the
rtt of my cla.-s. J Could fight a little and swear
a littie, steal a little, and eat a good dr.al that
is, when I got the e!.ai:c. which was etldotu.
1 wa igrioran: aidti't know one h tt r from
another, and didnt w.mt to. What did I care
about education I, who iu-er saw a book from
cue year's end to aiiot'.ier? And l.e -rati-
f course understand neither,
therefore 1 l..cd iiohoiiv.
:lde lae cratefu! had
I coul J
Nobody loVed IS;'-
Noliody had ev r n
1 le'icj i;..j,e to mo.
Some ttrange impulse was given me or.e day.
I waked up, sj rang Ir. in my bui.dle of straw, and
, involuntarily tiie words caiue from my lips "I'm
'going to do something to-day.' "What that
something was. I had not the remotest idea, but
I put on my apolog.es for clothes, mid sallied out
in my vagabond way, whistling, caring for
! It was about noon, and I had not yet tasted a
mouthlul of food. I was hungry and skulked
about grocery shops, hoping I could get an op-
j-ortunity to take an aj.pl or something that
: would stay my appetite, till I felt in the humor
for ticgiiiiiing. Passing round the comer of a
public street, I taw a genteel looking man, stan-
! ding at his horse's head gazing about somewhat
44 lloy," he cried out, 44 won't you take care
j of m v horse for half an hour?"'
! Vis, sir," said I.
I I think it was the first time I have ever put on
the 44 sir."
44 There's a man !"' he exclaimed. 44 I've got
considerable fruit here, and you must guaid it
well. Here's a couple of peaches for you ; iust
stand hero ijuietlv I guess nobody "11 disturb
He went away, and I stood for awhile, till I
was tired. Then, thinks I, I'll get a handful of i
the fruit, and run. Hut for the first time I felt j
an instinct of shame at the suggestion. 44 He '
trusted me he saw I was a mean looking fellow !
too, but he trusted me, and I won't abuse his '
Something like this reasoning ran in my head,
and I squatted down on the curbstone feeling the j
importance oi an nonorat.ie trust, as I liaj. never
G.J eiei. tijj. my deif," she ftiJ iu the coolest
way im.tg'n! !e. nn J phiee 1 a chair for her friend
Step'" I cried, my ilu'Jsiy aroused: 44 that
man sits rut di wu iii ruy ia u.-e."
44 That rumi a geateumu ar.J my frieud shad
sit here, if I j.lt'ase." s :d my itf Cruiiy.
My passit u was excited ti.tu as it uctcr was before
and I Cellared the sc. un Jrel. He was iny march ;
but. God of heaeu, my wife coo.iy j ut a d:rk kuife
that she drtw from a cane iutj his hitd. he stabbed
me. I fainted and retneiat ei ed nitait-jt more, till I
found myself en a bed ia u y iwn chamber watched
over by oiy hi use ktej er.
( 44Hhtte are tle .'" I gispiJ.
"Gore," was all fYe sai.l.
j It occurred to tue like a ti i.-h o' liahttiint? that no
, bi'dy as tieur nie at tae time I was wnuiiJ.-d, that
: niT kevs wcte abi.ut h.v t-trs ii, and that I had teen
rebbel rerh:ii.s of aii mv m ulable t.i.'teny
theuil.t threw rue iutu an a,: 'i,y i't fear. I ordered
uiy clothes to be bn.aht to me. TI.e keys were there.
. I'iikirg c-t-e cf tf.em cut. I ti l I Mrs. Hale, my hi-use-,
keejt-r. to po to tuy sn!e ai.J bring me the piners
that were there t-,,e returiied, her lace white with
:t iter, to s'iy there was teth ug there, uJ all the
little Jours were epen.
Kjtled! n-LUJ !" I yelled, with curses aad im
precatii n, un.J in my smst-s ihserieJ uie.
lirnhn leer ensue-i Fur week I lay Jepried cf
reason l:teroy treaJinj; l lie? verge .f the urare.
Otie tiu rniLg I was censcieus i-u'y et siLkiug. Jeath
, iy, Iteliiip us I cteLcd uiy eyes. as it au augel I
, saw st..ioiiri(c l.th,re Uie, her seft eyes veiled with pity
j loi'king down iijh.ii li e widi the must cuiuiieratil
genllei.es. J f.r a moment I thought I might be In
heaven but no I reasotird with myself. I loved
'. money too Weil. My treasure was cf the earth,
earttiiy. Ajtain I epeued tuy diui eyes. The isuu
! seetiied wavering new. but h, did it not wear the
' sainted beauty cf sweet Lucy Manning ? A quiet uu
utterabie pea-e tiKik possessiutt ot uiy eutiie being. 1
'. forgot Wealth, health, everything. My ."issed lite
! seemed blotted cut, tid I was once agaiu innocent,
' untouched by the griping lianJ nt avarice, true, lov-
ing. ami loved and Lucy Manning was tuy idol.
! But I recovered slowly, and at last my strength
surely returned, I tnisseJ her. As si.u as she saw 1
could be lett with safety she had left uie, aud oh, the
blank the dreadful blank.
I wandered around my room, rmw desoltte, and
saw many evidences of my miserable habits. I know
not why, but towards my wite tuy feelings
seemed lo huve undergone a rev ul.-iin. I fear I
bated her. She had nearly beggared me, had de
ceited me, shattered my health, destroyed all iny
Mouths passed before I was able to estimate the
damage that had been done lo me. Every means
that could be pjt forth were used for the recovery of
my money, but till in vain.
Oae night I sat by the tire a cheerless, disappoin
ted and lonely man. 1 had been thinking thoughts
that only burned my bruiu, Lut did not puiify my
44 If I had on'y ra Tried sweet Lucy," 1 said agaio
and again, 44 ull this bud Hot been so.'
My housekeeper came ia with u letter an unusu
ally large package it was and as it bore a foreign
pcstuiatk 1 opened it with a trembling band. What
was tout .' A rustling, ci unified bank note!
Auother aud another came forth, utitil there laid up-
ou my knees twenty bills of the largest denomination.
II ANA PLANTATION.
Jir.iiL LAIi PArrrCt-
Tot V I
C. bKKWKK & Co.. a-e:-.t.
waKW C KOI- ir
ng in. For Sale t.y
C. HUKWEU t'o-, aurnts.
i rill -v. l'I.lT.lTltV. CHOI
For Lahaina ai,dMakee,l ir(!
2 Stannrh Clipper Srhw-fr , j f
'I NTai.v, Hm i
Will ran repulnrly an.1 paacnull, '
itlit or ps ice apply o . '
fhe 1 GG.
Si Cm Ml
MOLASSES! ! ' Pr Hana' nd
i ut .ruoi3 r M I M q r ,
M A KC'II AT It
Will run regularly, i frr,,t.t w '
L!lni '-JiHMT JfTk
..1 r .le in quatmne, t i ui pur.-naer.
WAl.lvKlt. ALLKN CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
iKOI' VOW ( O.Ml.Vt. IX AM I (IRSALE
i";r",,t:,8U"U" ,'ttrCl"l'rbC. BRKWEIt CO.
WniBiiku I'l.Biitsifioii. j
VK'.V CUOI'. VOW -OMIXfS IX.
Kor taie hy
Sugar and I.Tolasses j
KOIItl.t srAlt (OMIAM,.
I uualilil'U to Kuit t '
CASTLK & COOKK. i
sicai: and .iioussks j
Of the ,
The Schr. ODTj rrt..
Ia rrKuUrly laid on aa a lmtkr, . 0V 3
it i . 'vtwi1 rati
Honolulu and Uj0 s-
For Fm'pht or Tackie i-pply to - '" 7
"3,i Sm 'd't xG noosif )
Regular Ian;:ii ? sid HToaTpf -
TI.e S!rr..lid -:'ipr Sckaot (
101 lul.i l!uitl,rn. I
Le ail. Uu lditctej U
Kailna, Kealakekua or HLk
rver audicUnt iuiiuctmtut i flcra.
The Fine Seh.jont.-
UV.UIAXMC1U MIIX. rpol ISCiO,
Kor sale iu Untui s to uil ty
o.i0 3,u lA.-ab i tooftr..
Ci. W . KIXXKV, Mmtttt,
Vi ill run n-Kularly n ti'1
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
uni' xow ro.Mixt; i.v, a.i
for aale iu quiinlilK-s to suit uy
IIACKt'KI.D & Co., Aitent.
Koloa, Wahiawa and Vaimei.v
ro.r ftriiiht or i.Hf.ace ai nly to M.uM,
SUGAR and MOLASSES.
Plantation of T. H. Ilobron
yui uai lilies to uit jiurclixst r l.y
I'O.MIXC; IX AM FOKSALK
11. IIACKFFLD Co., Aeuta.
felt such a thing before. Preseutly some of my i A few trembling lines nccompauieo them
FEW KF.GS OF EXTRA Xo.
for aale in auiall lot l v
JAMOX, GRKF.X 4- Co ,
633-3iu - Agents Kaalaea Tlantatinn.
li A rWIBil IL..tu T ATI O .VT
fellows came along and hailed me. I told them
to go on. They peered about tho cart, and saw
the sunny facts of the peaches.
44 We'll have soim; of them," they suid.
No. vou won't." says I. 44 I'm nut in
erra range , ciarj,e iicre nd I won't see the first tiling stole."
- .North w-.-.i. ,i i...i 11
ft on 1,1.1. luiov oj.ni u iuiiiHia. xuev reacueu
over tlie cart. 1 struck them, and used such ef- j
forts that they came jull mell upon me, and we )
fought till the blood came, but I vanquished
My husband, I am dviug ; my disiase there
is no need ot telling you. Forgive me, and accept
this enclosed as a (aiat effort toward restitutiou. It
is not much over haif that we took from the sate.
'Ihe rest is I know not where. I am deserted.
Farewell, for ever."
An icy chill thrilled me. It seemed as if ber spec
tral presence was near me. shuddered as I rolled
the bills toge'htr, and threw them ncross the room.
44 Lie there, cursed of my soul," I cried. 44 Lie
there till I have conquered mysell ny, if the victory
is not won till you are rotten."
i snut the Jour up and sealed it. and for six
them. Just then out came the vrot.rietor
44 What's the matter?" says he.
44 1), nothing only I had to light for your Stuff ; months I toiled like a penniless num. till I partially
there," says I. redeemed myself By managing cautiously, I placed
44lou did, eh: lou ve got a black eye for;
44 No matter," says I. 44 I meant them boys j
uuu aia.uaui3tVi3 a
CltOl I8. MOW CO.MIXtJ IX AXO FOR
s.iie in quantities to suit by
631-tim MKLCI1KUS & CO.
W .It sepia )P1 :iBaf:al ion,
II. Corawrll, I'roiri-lor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
a iu i.ita iu auu jiurcuaaers. Apply lo
ly GfcO. C. Mi LEAN
ll'iit run regular ami with Quick LiiS "
Between Honolulu and lult1'
Shippera an.l piioei.tierfi can rvly on Um rrnUim. V"
Vessels. Ap.ly lo the Ciiptam. on hoanl. fjlfa
Late find lopulaj,!
S O O Iv.S! si:
ON HAND AND FOR SALEllu,!!
II . .11. WH ITALY,
fJ ASSIZ'S .METIlOOOFSTtDTHwa i
IKAL IllSTOKV. . '
t steal a-
- peach, and they didn't
TilTZT OcfeUr. a few
?2 The Brat Rrniedf Tor Parilyiai2 Ike
Blood, Strenancnioa; the Nerve, Restoring the Leat
FREiL'S HAMI1UBQ TEA.
It I the bet prewfrvative against almost any alcknea. If oseil
timely, rvmpnoeil berba only, it can be given safely I
infants. Full dirertiooa in Eng-lish. French, Spanish, and Uer
aumn, Ith every p cke. THY IT !
a- al a all lUc vuwi wIivIcm!, aod retail drug atvraa
MIL FRESE. 'miolfsile nrugjfist,
oI Agent, 4 1 0 Clay ste-t,
Iy San Francisco.
DOIXC. III SIXESS AT 138 MOXTGO.ME
R V STUKKT, !AX I IUXCISCO. offers hi services to
kia friends at the IJavaiiaa Islands, a an
For transacting baine", filling orders, and f.-rrar.ling any
description of K'U; an I will elt-cute any commission in
truted to him with judgment and prmptne...
Orlers may be left with 11. M. Wlntuey, Honolulu, or sent
Hi cbanre will be moderate and proportioned to the amount
of aerrice retlered. Si-fim.
DELL CKAXXA i. Co.
No. 511 " 613 Faosr Stbkct,
Son Frnnci.roi Col.
N. B. Particular attention given to all consignment.
form of tesiV.Z-.,,r?i;L.1'i,2,..w,'.I1 be ."b"itlcd.' at
a meeting on Thursday, as toV? "7""""2te
II. J. ltuuTH.
Oto. W. PuescoTT.
Ikvixu M. ScoTT.
HASTINGS & CO.
ORDERS FOR .4 .VI' .4 .YD ALL
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear!
Will meet with prompt attention.
GTSEND YOUR MEASURES AND ORDER.
V. CUSHINC, Agent,
For the Purchase and shipping
Or .TIACIIIAIUl', of'all kinds.
JSPECIAL. ATTKXTIOX GIVEN TO
Quartz Hill 3acliin.ery and Findings !
And Miners Material of every description.
Fein a Praeti.-ml Machinist, and irivicf my peronal atten
lioa to the esecuuon of orders, I can t-oaranlce the best class
of work at the loaest pr.cr in the ci:y.
Having e -oipteUst arrarements with Horace Mi-Multric A
Co., 22 Kilby Mreet, R- stnn. and Il-aes in Xew York. I am
TTarsd to fumtsh la. liinit' Tools of every drsmptioo,
tanr, Cottro. and Woulea Mill Machinery, etc. at the k-wr.i
snanuf cturersv pricra.
I'art..-. In th Katern Stisn will t r.ial.!y rurr.ih I with
coat of Mining Machinery of ery d-seriptiou on applicwtioo.
KrOrs If ptrwiittion to
Oor. F. F. Low; C. T. Mader, ?bcktnn: Jac.ib rndrhlll
Co. Sai Francisco; J. W. Stowe. Ilosll at rw.u Manufactur
ing Company; CvS.-f Jt Kisdon, Sin t'ranc:ac-; Geo. K. iiluyaa,
Cbiof Kocioeer Cl. Stam Naviiratinn Cm. San Francico.
Orrir. ISO FRONT STREET. IX
rRAXCISCO . - A-.S am
JIvlES C. III2MG & Co.
Shipping ;md Cummisvion
iti FRO XT STREET, t'OR X ER JA CKSOX".
AX rUAXCISCO. CsLir. aMa. SJO-ly
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Tms nr- Ilrrfxm'S l"T Co - Vkb rit. V. I.
Mj, n.i lore & . . ...i i....
Messrs. . ALtts Co
.Mr.Ji I- Iwstt
H. J. Booth & Co-s
IMOX IRON lND BIMSS FOIWDUV,
' (The First Established in the State )
CORNER FIRST AND MISSION STREETS.
t?ARIXE LOCOMOTIVE .IXUST.4TIOX-
Quartz Crushing and Amalgamating Machinery,
Mill Irons, and
Casting4! of every description made to order.
Turning and Finishing,
Executed with Dispatch.
STEAM BOILERS AND ENGINES,
Constantly on Land and for (ale.
SUGAR MILLS AND MACHINERY.
t'ERTICJL OR HORIZOSTAL ROLLERS,
fACVUM PJ.S, CEXTRIVCGAL DRIERS,
Strainers and Coolers,
Flerators, Try Pans.
And all kinds of
SUGAR MAKING MACHINERY j
Made a speciality.
HAI'l'IA.: OH .lllSKKY !
'I" HAT IS TIIE (tl'ESTlOX!
TIIE PROPRIETORS OF THE
"PACIFIC Ml SEl'M OF A X ATOM Y AND
Have d'terminrrl, n-eardlefts of eifnse. to Issue FKEE (f..r
the benefit of suffering humanity) four of their most intert-stir.r
and instru-tire Lrtun s on Marriage ami it disqualifications;
XervtHis lability. I'n mature lircln.e of Mai.h.xxl. Indigestion,
Weakn-ss or lvpr-?i..n. Lss of K.nergy and Vital I'ower. Ihe
Great Social Kvil, Kvo-f-s of Maturity, or iirnomnce of Physi
ol.iuy and Natnr-'s Las. These invaluable Lwturrs have
i been the mean, of enliuhtenine and saving thousands, and aill
i be forwarded FKKKon receivins; twenty-five cents in postage
Is'.ampa. by addressing SWretary Pacific Museum of Anatomy
and Scienr, at the Eureka Theater, Montgomery street, San
Letters to be sent thronjh Wells, Farpo 4- Co. ill ly
lor rrnetuatin; tlie memory ot his nol.ie act. I
and embodying the gratitude and admiration of '
The New York Kccninn Post overhauled Mr. !
I Darlinir. M. C, for saving in the House, in pro- !
j nouncing a eulogy on Iluinphny, that 44 his gen- ;
I tleuiardy s irit winged its way Jo its Maker." It ;
I turns out that what Darling really did say was.
that 44 without a struggle or a groan the gentle, ;
manly spirit of James Humphrey was wafted into '
tlie presence of his Maker."
John Bright isa model of simplicity. While in
Ioiidon he lives in apartments, like a bachelor of i
ordinary means, though lie is always glad of a '
lew day s leisure to visit Ins family. He is dis- (
I gusted with official flummery to which memlx-rs i
of Parliimnt arc subjected, and on the 27th ult, i
in company with Mr. J. S. Mill and other advo- '
cates of reform, ajicareil at the Speaker's dinner
in a plain Mack suit. I Ins is the lirst tune on (
which leggings, swords and knee-buckles have
been dispensed with on such an occasion.
Tiif. Real Issce. In a recent speech by Hon.
Logan, in Washington, the case is put perspi
cuously and inoontrovertibly. lb said :
44 It is not a finest ion as to whether they have
not loyal men here or not. That is dodging the
main issue. It is not for individuals to come
here to Congress, and be admitted us loyal men,
and then for isloyal men to be elected from the
same district, and refused admittance. It is for
vs to determine whether the late relxd people
themselves are now entitled to any renesentation
at all. The question is, 44 Have tlie relations I
which nave neen voluntarily t.roKen otl not ween
the people of these States and the National (Joy- I
eminent, been restored?" I say that in forfeiting
their rights by war, they also forfeited their right i
to representation, just as they did any other :
pditical right ; and the only way that it can ba i
restored is by Congress sitting as judge and jury,
and by nobodu else. It is the only department !
in this Government, that has the right of resto- '
rin them to just such privilege? as it sees fit, and
irhcn it ses fit. Until Congress does it, they are
not entitled to that right, and they trill not he.
until they have voted for this Constitutional
amendment, and done several other things essen-
44 "Well, you've got gixd pluck, my boy ; here's
a dollar lor you but Uoii t swear.
Mv eves stood out.
44 A Wiioitj
Yes, do what you please with it, but I'd ad- sealed doer,
HT'-'o 37 Salo.
BEST OOI.OXG TEA.
Preifrve-l in--r in jrs. Currants in glass Jar,
Itatsins in rla.s jnrs. Salad :.
Triple Vinegar in d--oiij .hns,
Wii.e Vmeirtr in cajes. Stearin CanJ!e,
VltrJmann. tlfrman Ciar..
5i in At MELCIIEm Ir Co.'.
VOLCANO HOUSE !
II AAV A 1 I .
Ityi plcTT! ents !
o. imi:wi:K c.9
HAVE ON HAND
And For Sale at Low Rates !
JACLE PLOWS, Xo. 2, 12, 20, TO;
HORSE TLOWS. E-ijile A, Eagle O, Eagle II.
SI HE HILL FLOWS, A No. 2. A No. 3. A No. 4;
STEEL FLOWS, U. G. 3j: X li, X 4 C. O.
Kxtra Teeth for above Patterns.
FLOWS, with anJ aiih .ut W. i C.
Cia! Ji v:itors
STEEL REVERSI1ILE TEETH,
SI' A R E TEETH,
SI'ARE TEETH FOR DITTO.
vise you to buy a pair of shoes."
44 Thank you," siys I, with a beating heart.
44 If j ays to be good, 'don't it?"
He smiled a curious smile, asked n;e several
questions, aud ended by taking me home with him
in his wago i.
Home ! I thought I was in heaven, allxiit I had
seldom heard of such a place. My heart leat
heavily every time I dared to put my feet upon
those rich carpets. The mirrors were something
new to me.
The nest day there came a man to see me. I
was washed clean, and had a jrood suit of clothes,
44 Youngster. I'm going in where j-ou live, and
1 probably 1 shall make a bargain with your peo
ple. 1 want a ijjy, just such a boM, clever boy as
you are, and if you behave yourself I promise you
1 that you shall have as pleasant a home as you do
; tiro "
i Well, that was good. 1 hardly dared to speak.
. to breathe, for fear of breaking the illusion. 1
. never was so happy clear through as 1 was that
! day. They gave me some light tasks to do I
i wished they were more important,
j From that day I was treated as one of the
household. The man was a widower, and had no
children, consequently I Ircume to him as a Son.
! He educated me handsomely, and wiien I was
; twenty-one he died, and left me seventeen thou
i sand dollars.
i Well. I considered rnvs-'lf a rich man. I irloat-
over mv wealth; It became an id.d to me.
How to increase it was now my first desire. I
consulted competent men, and under their
counsel I put my money out at interest lought
stocks and mortgages. I grew wealthier; (my
benefactor had stocked uie a fancy store) pros
tiered, and I was in a fair way, 1 thought, to
marry Lucy Manning.
Sweet Lucy Manning! the most artless, win
ning maiden in ull the world to me. I loved her
deer.ly, dearlv. She was blue eyed, auburn
haired her disposition was that of an angel, and ;
I had plighted my vows to her. j
Oue night I was invited to the house of a pros- .
porous merchant and there I met a siren in the i
per.-on of his niece, a black eved cirl. whose j
charm.'! and whose fortune were equally splendid !
my business ou a successful footing, nr.d began a new
man. It took many a ye-ir to weir out my old hab
its of parisinionj, but every effort tne a new and
Meantime Lucy MVnning l.eeime denrer to me
than she had everU-."" .in. tJAis!i of rout'' to
ll I e 1 myself ;o a coufes-
anJ convinced her nt
last mat i was wormy now as once 1 was only in
seeming, ou tlie o:iy cr uiy wedding, 1 opened the
The b.ink uiiti-s Iny where I hud tiutic
NlGli! AND 3I0LASSKS
M f loog Iu ai,d f..r sale in u.onui'j to suit purilmsers
5-9-ain lty WALKER, ALLEN ,i CO.
man rnc iii' ctci vj 1- rf"
j trMted Ji.ifiveness, humble
t' siou, tested tnytelf in a'.l w:ijs.
I thefti- I lot k them up with the pride of a couqaerer,
j and phicing them in her h-inds, excluitued :
! 44 They are nu longer tuy uia.-ltis ; use theru as
, you will."
j Njw I am a man! redeemed frntii the thraldom
l of covetoiistiess. I have three blooming children !
! Lucy is mi unjj. I of gooriie-?, and I vviitu myself as I
did at the beginning 44 Uy the gr ice of CJod I am
! what I Bin."
JL:.!A:ai.2:i Siiersir Co.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
17. R i) M TIIE A Ut VE CO M FA X V 'S M 1 LLS
IT br sale by
WALKER, ALLEN & Co., Aifents.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
M r. . now
TIIE OXOMEA PLAXTATIOX',
coi'jin- in aii. I for sale in quantities to suit
WALKER, ALLEN & CO.
BREWER &, CO.,
OFFER FOR SALE
to . v n k r v in
Srtm'l ti. Wlllr-r. I'roprirltir.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
CKOI CO M 1 SO IX, FO It S A LE I X H V A X
t.lii s to suit by
WALKER. ALLEN Co., AgeUs.
Sugar and Molasses!
hihcnl ni:irk't price for
W1L I A V
S!ie was an heiress in her own right she was
i beautiful and accomplished. Heavens! what a
, voice was hers pure, clear, sweet, ravishing. I ;
l was charmed and she was pleased with me. j
i Alas! I met her too often, in her presence I :
forgot my gentle Lucy ; she magnetized, thralled ;
i me. It was a triumph to feel that, so beautiful,
' gifted, and wealthy a woman loved me uie, who !
; had known misery and corrujtiou all the first j
: years of my life. ,
; (Jradually I broke off my intimacy with Lucy.
I received no token from her she was too proud. ;
! Uut that cheek grew pale that heavenly eye ;
'. languid and though 1 seldom met her, 1 knew j
in my heart that she was suffering, and branded ,
! myself a villain. j
! At last she knew with certainty that I was to
; marray Miss lwllair. She sent me a letter, a
i touchitiir letter, not one word of ut braiding. n..t
soul I wounded !
267 ToasLOClST MOCXTAIX STEAM
1 Trenail Machine,
2.1493 Feet White Oak Plank, astdd.
7 Oak Kudder Posts,
1 Windlass Log,
10,000 Feet Sheathing Boards,
Smooth ISottom Whale Boats,
White Oak Davits,
Rough Locust Trenails,
New Bedford Oil Shooks,
Oak Wedges, Heck Plugs, assorted,
Live Oak Bucket, Housing Irons,
Bundles Windows, assorted ;
Doors, assorted ;
Cases assorted Clocks, fine selection ;
2(0 Oars, assorted ;
Ase Handles, Hickory ;
Fairbank's Scales, large site on wheels ;
Sharp's Axe Pattern Hatchets,
Hunt's Handled Ase,
3 Light Horse Cans,
20 Philadelphia Extra Heavy Hand Carts,
No. 1 Canal Barrows,
Planter'slloe Handles, 4 ft 3 in. and 2 ft 4 in.
Eagle No. 20 Plows,
200 lbs Extra jxwnts for same,
Coils Manila Cordage, 4 in down :
Kegs Nails, assorted siz ;
14,000 14-Gulh.n White pine Keg Shooks.
Hard Sugars, and First & Second Kolasses,
li ii or icltfut Cvtit-iiiirrs.
ii 3ni W ALKEK, ALLEN & Co., Managers.
WA IAM A I'l. A.T. T ATI OA 7
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
WALKER, ALLEN & Co.
S.-mo.M TIIE A HOVE
sale- in qjunlities to suit by
HONOLULU SKiAR REl'IXERV.
SI' d R AM) MOLASSES FROM THIS
es'abiislini.-nl in quantities to Kuit iircliHcrs. I.y
6Xl-ln. WALK Hi, ALLEN & Co.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THE A HOVE I'LAXTATIOX FOR
s t'e in quantities to suit by
MJ-im WA1.KEK, ALLEN Co.
BALL & ADA3LS, iVAILUKU MILLS.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
.MILLS FOR SALE
ALLEN k Co
S7ROM TIIE A HOV
in iiuuntity to sua l y
SHI.R AM) 10LASSLS
WROM PIOXEKR MILLS, Lnhninn ; (
-at- -oii ii, in and f.r sue in rtj:inti::e t,( .u:t ,uo'l.afct-rs
i;y HAl.tvl.K. A I.I.I.N
Anderson's Hawaiian islands, A nthou's Classical Piaai
Auii riraii Kaunly l'hysieian, Atiilrea's Lrdio Enri"r"
Annals i. f the Ann r.enn I'ulplt, Addison's Warkt,ajlld
Auti.l.i.rapl.y. c . ol Lyn.an livbr, fjj,.
Atnericii lxf re Eun. Aululu, ympt.y oi MtnMV j i
Allrt-d llaicurti.'s ll.iusehol.l. Artists Married Lift, 'J
Aonii .1 Sein.tiuc l)i-eovery, Australian Wandcras,
Adrilt iu Dixie. A nti-sUivrry .Measures In Cougnai, 7?.'.
A Journey to Katmandu, lioy's tiwn Hook, ir.
Across the Ci.iiaueiiL, Ais.l.uia I'ro Vila Sua.
A..lft. n'. iiifiionary of Mecliai.U s 'i vi.lt. AsiAal!.
Auecdotes of Love, Artemas Ward's Own book,
A iiletou's Cyclopedia of l!i"iirri.liy, "J"
Ark-ii:o.l- Uryer's I'octicnl Works Always Btsfi f-,'.'
An Eventful Life, AiuiKe'l M. ri'j. About Kiitit ta'iT'i
Aunt Eileu s Stories, A Vt ill and a Way, ave!
ileecher's Receipt Boi.k, Ucaloii's Ik,k of BirJs, -
' ru Jiuw-,-, ti ,r...v.V 'i-.-i'' Suuiooiv nf.jli,'iii)
Hum's Ci.niiiete Woias. lialiarJ K liurrial's alaUntlsas.,1
lllind Arthur, llird Stories, Uovhrntd of O.-est lira, j'l(
Uiblit'l Legends. Country Scenes. Carrier lifn4nr i
Child's li'M.k of Nature, Child's History of Gram, '
Child's Trials, Capt. Kusscll's M auliw. rd. fan.f
varrmer on oie .vi icroacie, iycaipeuia W
Ct.rrelallon aud 1 otwrvatiou rorc-s,
Cru.Ieu's Concordance to Holy Scripture,
Cuvnlhier's Anati.my, Crahlje's Pyuoi.yics,
Cott-.u I'lanters Manual I.y Turner.
Cotton Culture I.y Ir. Mallett, Ceeillan Oirt,
Country lxve and City flirtation, CasCe lluiUsA, Ut
Country Living and I ountiy Ihinkiiic, , , i
CHiiiptx-ll's I'oetical Works, Chun-h t'saayi, - Ti,
Ciift. Maryatt's XV oiks. Cotton I'lanters lanui,"4,i
Cultu.'sof Cotton, Cowpei's l'.ticai Works,
Closet Com pa ii ion, Iiyin-ver's Terrace, lino Juan,
1:i n i' llouseh'iid Hmk n1 l'ortrv, liictlnnary of hartt,
Hon Quixotte de la M.incha, lirydrn'a l'lcs ITartrai
Daily I'.iLle Kra linjn, I'inry of Kitty Trevjlan, favt
lirier"s Inu-lkvtual Devel. potent of Europe,
Eiuilei tlrant, a novel; K-mi s of Ka,
Kiiryrloin-ilia of S ience, Literature and Art, ' ; Ulsw
Eighth Coinniaiidinent, tnily Chester, a novel; 01ll
Enoch Anten, Expeditious Calculator. EmeTMS V Jf; rl '
Early Lfawn, 3 vols. Kdnioth's Easy Lrssotis, fast
End of Controversy Converted. 2 vols. r to Onft .
Ere.l'k the Great, Eairy Eitiifera, Farmer Boj, "".'I
Eontain's Kal.l, s, 2 vols. family ttilV with Outt iron
Eranraiele's M.Nl.rn Cook lloos, freaks on UM fas0d
it lo tie liuchesa, Krariiu-e from Kresh H thllt
1 Kollowing the Flag, (l .l.l-imlh's I'.x-tiiral Works. r
O.tiIou's Dipe't, Oreec-, Russ a, Turkey and frittf'1''
Uraver Thoughts of a Country I'arson. Unust SKTe
0..1.1 Foil. .-reut Facts. Oun's Itooir-tic Medraswati
Uoldniith',Suolletl's, Johnson's A Sherwood's "'"boill
(inldsniith's Essays, Items frm American Pneti, ,
II. p.. r's Medical li.ctini.ary, Ilit..ry of Ihe Kt,,r'
llolnirs' l'.itis, blue and trol l; Harry LlrreqaefIl,!,",",
Hawaiian Spectator, llamiMh MtMire's Wtirks, hi
Howitt's. Milluian's and Roger's Wi.rks, 1 1 ial.iry (
Hidden 1'iiih, a novel; H..me St..rl-s, Hall 01,r4ei.,,
Human I'hysiology. Anatomy and Ilyiine, .
Ilear'sease, a novel, 2 vols. II nian P.a-tical Wsrte'""
Hail on Consumption, Human I'hysiidosy by trsstotfi-:!
11 a n.l I1(h ,f 1 ml. jf. History ol Urerce, Mni
H.-iv s and Fears, '2. vols. 11 il lards an.l Burtons,
Hours aiiiontr the U.4;k.-Is, Husks, a novel; ' ! ,
House and Home Papers, Hymns of Hoi and FsB'J al
Henry the Fourth, lli.-tury ! lit nlns Kahti. CIV
History of Madam Roluml, II, story of Romulus, (ial
II isr. It's I'epulur Tales. I'arlo-'s Stories, l re
Here a Little There a Little, Hill Si Je Farm. , .
Heart and Hand, llitry of 1'rince tliglo and BsJk' "'
History U l'rhus, 11-nry the Fourth. aim
Journal of the liiseovry of ihi S .uri-e of the Nile by s
Josephus1 Complete Works, Jolinrno's tleneral tisw-
Janet S'.roiisr, Joseph the J-w, Johnson KassSatr,'
Kenneih, a novtl; Kirke White's Poetical Works,
Kinshy's I'ot-nis, Knightly S..l.lier,
U' , . . . n ..... ..f !,. ii.,;;un l.i. ,!..
L-she tit' Tits. 4 vols. Line Left Ou'.,
l.i.ldell and Scott's Ureek and Ent-'l.sh Lexicon, klu"
lind. r's C impletc Works, Life of Horace Maul, n- (
Ijiws f..r Itusiness Men," Iss-ms in Life, '
Lile Seeches and Public Service of President Jobs ,
Lifht House K.-riH-r, Lyru-s of the I'uy, rfOlnj
Ijis Casas' Memir of NiM,l-.n, VHh
Liie of Iteojamin Franklin, 1 vols. Life of SwelBKj,, (
Lite of Cii-cro. 2 vols. Lid. e,'a History of Krmr. f(t
IJillah R.s.kh. Uwhts and Shadows of Domestic l
i l.eari.iiift to lte:id. Learning to Think, lniiof
I.itiwood, Lost and Found, l-sson and I'ictor) futi'
Lii.e upon Line, Maury's Principle of Eloqoeixa, Jftti,,
Monti:.. mery's I'oetical Works, Mao and ILs KeUtt
Music of the Itiblr, Memnrials of Tho. HnL V" '
Miss Ooiia Mdtuarie. a novel; Mrs. browning's Wort s"4 4 I
M .Itou's I'ardi-e list, Mrr inn bo Lute, Henti
Mac iulay' lli-t..rv of EimUu I. 5 vu!. M-JTrisnaf-'yiilji,
M.vnoirs of Celebrated In.rarteii. Martyr hJi
Maratime and Inland iiscv.-riest
SlITRI licl rfai;ssei.
Maseys lH-sciiptive Anatomy,
s: 5 :;m
8 ( ( !
For Sale by
ALLEN 4- Co.
1 THIS ESTABLISH M EXT lSXsw
jiiL open for the reeeptim of i-lijf
Visitors to the Volcano !
Who may rely on finding
COMFORTABLE ROOMS. A GOOD TABLE
AND PROMPT ATTEND. NCR.
Eiperirarril Guide for Ibr C'rntrr always la
Steam anil Sulphur Ilatbs.
Horses Stabled and Grained if desired.
C MARGES REASON A !LE.
Prti visiting the Volcano via llil.i enn pra-are animal
warranted to make the j.Mimey, by applying to I). II. Hiich
Cock. Esqr., H:Io.
11-Iy J. L. RICHAKPsON & Co
WHEREAS, JOSI A II C SI'.tl.DI Xli.
Mercnant. then residing in II tn'dulu. 1-Uud of t'ahu.
did, on the 23th day of March, Isi, assign to the under gned
all his Estate, for the benefit of his creditors; ar,J whr-a.
there is a c.-His:derabie sura now remaining in the hands of tha
undfrs.jrn. 4 uod.stributed. f--r tlie reason that some claims are
preferred against the Estate which the undersigned do net think
themselv-- jatiflei in paying; Therefore, notice is hereby
g.ven, that links those wh..e cla ms have been disallowed
slia'.I coramen'-e suits iu the Courts of this country for the ejtab-I.-hment
of their sid cl.imi before the first day of January,
1"7, they will be ho! ten l have waived any uch claim, and
the balance iu cur t.aT .is aid be ihtr .utd on tt dav.
AIFX J. CAKTWRKiliT,
CIIAS. C. IIAKK1S. I
Honolulu. O.ho. Ju)y jj, Js. iyi 3m
BUS II AND GRASS SCYTHES AND SNATHES.
Hay Cutters, No. 2, No. 3; No. 1
Very large with pul!j and balance wheel
For Cuttins Sorghum Cane Tops, Ac. &c.
OX YOKES, various sixes.
OX BOWS, asserted sizes.
CANE KNIVES. COLLARS anJ HARNESS,
PLANTER'S IIOE. assorted sizes.
LEATHER BELTIXC. 3, 4. and i inches.
Rl BBERBELTIXC,3.:i.4t5 inche; 2, 3 1 4 piy
Aud a Variety of Smaller Articles.
one regret ! Oh, what
' Anl she eould calinlv wish ine-iov, though t
' effort made tier heart bleed. 1 knew it did.
I tried however, to forget her, but 1 could not.
Evi-n at the time of mv niagnificient wedding,
when my bride stoo l before me radiant in rieh
; fabrics and glittering diamonds, the white face of
joor Luey glided in between, and made my heart
Oh. how rich I grew ! Year after year added to
my gold. My miserly disposition be-jan to ma.ni
fest itsvlf soon after my marriage. 1 carried my
gold tirst to bat.ks, ani then to my own safes. I
1'iit constraint on my wif. for very generously
she had made over her whole fortune to me ai d
began to .grumble at esF-nss. I made our living JUgt ReCSiVed VBT Get). RllXtOIl !
so lrugal that s!ie remonstrated, and finally rati -f
lirc Wood For Smle
IM'.tXTITIES TO M IT
6- 4 2m C. L.
KK IIARII.S Co.
Fire Wood For Sale !
S A AVE I IX LEMJTIISTOStlTSTOVES.
Aiso. a quantity of CoKE on hand, to be di-iN,s.,l of in
M-ia d ;a..ut:ties
IKON WORK? COMPANY.
I A T E X T RECI'LtTOR. ft INCH
ler. 10 i )., stroke. Adapted to ran Four I EN
TRIFL'GAL MACIilM.S ; bu.it. and may be seen at the
Honolulu iron works c.
TERMS REASON li I.E. iwT-Uni
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
P v 1 1 a 1 I N V A L I A 15 L E. I C R A B L I F L E X
VII AT IX V
le. t.rcservinc, anti corrosive
For Coolers. Ko:!trs, Roofs. Steam Ei g:m-s. Cast
up large bills where and when she f -leased. !
Against this I tTOtested, and we had ojen quar- J
j rels more than once. My clothes grew shabby;
j I could not afljrd to buy new ones, although tlie '
interest of tuy investments was more than I could
' possibly spend for rational living.
I grew finally dls-atisSed with everything Jbut my
; money. 1 neglected my wife, and grew careless ef,
her Society. Several gentlemen caaie to my houe, !
among them a would be author and celebrity. He
came, I thought, too often for my good name, and 1 f
ordered my wife to discontinue his company. She '
refuseJ, and I locked her up in her room. How she
managed to set herself free I never knew ; but in
the evening when I returnei, she was gone from the j
, house. That caused roe some uneasiness not much
; however, for I was soon absorbe-l in taking account,
r-f my giir.s It was perhaps nine in the evening.
I had just manage! to tnke up a paper for a moment
to reaj out its business Jet iis, when the door opened, ;
and in caaie my wife, dressed bewitobing!y , as if just ;
from an eveningconcert, followel by that moustacbed
A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF
R A S4 'OCKS.
Vuives, I'q.it.s fr ni i to 3 inches.
I.ii-.s. T----S. ic. t suit, Bat '.i'.t Metal,
Ilest i'.h 5!iet Irr,n, brass ;re Cioth f-Y centrifugais.
Jnd u nice aitor(m"nf o f Octagon, ll iund and iuare
Casf ttert friiin tk to li lncftrs.
Best IJIachsmith's Coal.
For Sale at
fences. Sclf-;ners. Sf--amers
AXI ALL OTHER 1ROX or WOOD WORK.
For Sale by
tiSm C. ISREWFR k Co.
Mrs. Jameson's Saor-d and lgemlary A rt, Hue a1 1 Ii
Mr. Jameson s legend of the Madoiia. Wig
Moss R.e tiift ll.Hk, Mo..re's Practical Piety, fa
Moore's VUl-sli.-s. More alx-nt Jesus.
Mairiciaii's Shnw lir.x. Napoleon's JuliJS Csssar. "j" '"s.
N't arerai.d I'earer. a novel; New Gymnastics, r J I
Nelson on Infidelity, Nt-w Alni(.bi-re, a Dorrli .tl t'i l
Ncme-is, a novel; New Clt rk's Assistant. Jjj i ,.
New I i.iver.al. E'trmi-1 e cal. TiVhndoeicl ard rawT
j Dictionary of the Engh.h Ltnguage; with all
j r.-fine. bteraiure and art, vol. PP.-II
j f.ur Little ljim'.. One II' ur a Week, Odd F flii r
Old Hag. Oi.b-rthan Adam, tk t i-
I Hrplteus C. Kerr Papers. 2 vt.ls. , i
Parl-y's Eiidences of t hr.stist.itv. Pet AnnOslO
Pilgrim' Prorcs. l'resi.lent Lincoln's AJa'fwIf'" 11
I Poll. k-k's Course of Time. Pima Talcs, P"fllti'r
J PhiU.t Iphia N:.:i. .oi.l Co. k Puk, Pals-e lien!' lot a'
I P-ep of Day, IVter the Great, Patriarch, a
Pictures ami Flowers, Vfueen of Son.
' ynteiiof Kiigiand, Romantic ilelinda. novel:
j Rescued from E.-pt, Rob't l!r wniog's Pjeoi, V(llr
' Kog-r'. poetical ork. Kiehar 1 Cobden, "sj , ,1
i Roger's an.l Can. pteU's P. en, s. Rol.iiit.esl Sune, Pp in
Ricn and Humble, Keadu.g a ithout Tears, . e
. Kotiiii-.n Crus.-. Rub Roy, lutirine frtn ""Vi-i' v
j liiverdule Story Books. U ,i-a Pimond SuJ Bo- rtt.nt
I Roses and 1 horns, Samlwirh Islitmls. srr il
i tumm.-r Day lit. k. Second J.Hiruey Roawl
; FoeUI Cndition of the Enslish Feopie. ScepWrwany
, Skirmishes an.l Sketches, novel; purg.':rlve I
' steam Emmie. Short Sermons to News Boys. ', St-ml,
Sparrow Grass P-rs, Stomwall Jackson. t,-
- --, .-, o; umii juarcn, r-cii'o: arcsi
. Sehoi.h. rg i i.tu Family. Simkespean's Nauwt, Horo
, Sbwies for Alice. Sa.gs for Uule Ones at U : Qt
Scenes in the Hawaiian Islmds, Sprineso' .jTyVill t
! Son of a tienius. Sunset Stories. stresW" MBp ,
' S peel ar lit tf Yeunir Eyes. i-cisst-rs Gnssk
j St.-rie. of Prison L fe, Swiss Family 'fj vj" '
Summer Lay Hook, Swiss Pietuies, f UCCeSSllH si,,,.),
j S.,ck Stories, Spanish Pictures, The Vtt fc th
! The ii--y Chain. -1 v. Is. Turns '-' Fortune. ihl.,.,
Tr-tich on the Stu.lv of Words, The Old -J
of Car, f Tuli
T; e Southern Co'niiie.. The Caske'.,
The Humti.igs of the World, The Person
v-itt-rs to Youi'r People.
Tennyson s rw-
ncincSiielf. . Wd at
HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPANY.
on the moat
f TWO HORSE POWER MACIIIXES,
THRESHERS and CLE.4XERS FOR It'll E A T.
EJ.y MILLS FOR RICE OR COFFEE.
For Sale hy
C. KREWFR It Co.
! cort;i:s, mm:s:s:
ARTES .Ir VISITEt L.'
cral.h: C.-py.lor nd Ki.larinir;
Retouching done iu the --st manuer, and
Also for sale, ph,,L.er.t,l, of th- Oulrr, Fv ilnurn an.l
Ilnlr-nUnln. and other Island Scenes; the KINGS KAME
UAMKUA, tc. K.
At llif Gallfrv on Fort Streft.
II. L. CH ASE.
P. S Having purchased ;h Portra;t Negatives from Mr.
Weed, duplicate copies can be had by tho.e persons wishing
for the same. 641 Jm 11. L. O.
I R I C
COOLERS, 1 FEET BY
E, 3. EACH.
For Sale by
P. nREWFtt Co.
Steam Engine For Sale.
t O "Xf" CVMXIIKK. 4 UehSTROKE,
-V Vr with Pattut Regulator, built ani msT be seen a' the
HONOLULU Ill. WORKS COMPANY
, .i. .B SI'CAR COOLERS a'.l size On Hand at
I'-'i Cents per pound. &;tt 3uJ
The l'airy Man', liauitbter.
, Tiiupr'l Pr-ms. blut- and old.
! The Youth's Kke, The Mrdicioe Siielf, . "I at
I The Shepherd King. Tl.e Hummit g Bird, ,-j.'T'r,0?
i The Travels of Urown, Jones an.l RotMiis.. IHjXi--hh
The Chang-d Crop. Token of Love, f ft ' . fif U ,
I Token of Aff etion. Eift hook: Token of the u'zLmri
I Token of Remembrance, gift honk; Th.npson"111'
j The Florent.ne Stones. The Prrcv FamUy. gwi' rat-
Ti.e P.lue RibU.n. Tales of ld Imti, TV ? prj ,
! The St ar-rant's Memorial. The Kty Invtan. -atf ir
l The Cracg lion Hon, The E .r y Itawn. TM TfX.r
I 1 he Young Palri-O, The R y h-d of Great W ' '"e
' The Perev Family, Tim the s-issi.rs tirind'''t 'atl
J Ti.ly's Way to Freedom. Under Ihe Per Tre. Illgar.
! Uncle Paul's Storie, jP
Ire's I'ii'tionsry if Arts. Manufacture and J''"',,,! flim
J Village ll:ackmith. Voyage ot Inscovery " ,
I Vii l-.wn the Amor. Webster's lxrestlf"s perk
J Wheat's Ptiilosr.phy of Slaverv, Winifred H" hlrul
' Woman's Iiuties. Wars of the Hosts. ijkf'rtiir
XV oisls that Sh.k the World. Wavlard' Mor' .
W right's Uoi k of oOOO Practical Receipts, -m.
i . t...- u.., , .h fiTBsna,,sraet.-i
! W'ebster's Incti-nsrys. all st-t; Wax FbiWrS-jwbleu
W ils-m Sscra Privata. Whl
V estern SiK'rta, W Ulis ihe I
Vt hite DtiVa. Wufst.n Woisl.
i ell Cctun. Half Hot. W orth and Weal'h. frietl
! Winning li!s Way, Young Step Mother, 4 ol
Ynung'a Nqjhl Thoughts, Zoe Story.
ttt; Wax Ftowef. Jfrbieh
hlttier's Po m. wae;ftVt Jie
l,eP,lot, WillaiV yXr
.Kls. Wood l 'hofk. 7 !