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f1kp'S Hawsllsa i EaflNh Plrsie Caak, iOttt. j
VTJ. . rrrz ti-roiwiy w . oj icntr - rTi ' , 1 ' the mint and aui-e Youth can !e liarrv under christian lioroiiui oi our teacnera anu mis-
J 1 ES4 :. !! A: Co.. ,..!iicl ,.;w.-r t., t..- M v.i U,el; "fglX 1 inTll. t ut X ulti- i .ionaric never .hone more brightly than now
KUlnviK" ail J (.i iriUvf on Merrl. ,n nd J-Hibtji-., anotlr Udure will i-irtly he ex- fryia i!.hJ t.cir twle lort licJ J"'u 12' , ;tivitu-. v.f"-anw, reunions, and good-fel- Will the churches oc to it that the daily bread
MlpJBn aU lOLimiaMttll JlerCliaDlH bibitrJ wl-. lU 6(Mr jIa.,ri thitf. who are to f,ltatc,l in a tight. A M.Jj Utt!o en-ued Tiie I JT" JW"- l he u"efit of -May- ! of thee true liemea and hcroinee fami ly secured
. rR.iyJ,Tr.M:T.l.rr --'- W eltcl !.y tJ r.i,e., V. n-, rr-nl them in tl hu.an- were c,noun. and . ured 1. VJPg-111 "cn"S in eSl ' and Proint.tlv .u.tlicl to thcra? TIk-j risk their
j mrtuucu !Z of lU.tiv,, ,3k. their rl in tl- orln JK f2 uJSS MlSt Hvfor tie and the love He taught them,
.iiinM DUrtnreii, A-mmuMt. A a n.ic I; itnw of New A-aUhJ rKu. kHUM cilir in ti.e ivtia or 10 ami Chrwtnia nurriment in midwinter, ' asking or us the allet of all gifts, fraternal aym-
JANION, RHODES U CO., l..,e exllihiurd a greater a,.ti:udc t a. t the .of l imrrow fctrt- which in crjtthecty Ji,1, tSTte WehitnjoTiuent pathand duilj bread. Shall they aik 80 litde,
rir.....:.:.. -W fe.of eiiliie.l lr..f.-an-. tln to iioiute tbeir Riun in twet are jubilant, and Ruian- and ? I.1.; " f i.J.lT..? 1 in.l onrviinlv for roone? This is the
... ... .... ' U.rt-. Of tle .--lle.l Chn-twniiy of the Urir friend ,,,u,,, .V" V ! I Iwnnl ntJinm liitliprLi. Let ua ail ecsra-e t.irelher : letter :
..rwUcwMii.ito..;TuMat.,fi:. it m a -ry thin !n tl MrerlT eorem the in- of ltwr .reti in ciunee lurkttun, UUUK n,P iiin.l.111anVbuir will brinir quarter begone! Unholy teacher of the t.l;
biMthw-. nate uinCm of the M..,ri character. The I nawve revolt in lar-aa.m, .u, r oi ,.K.:.: .11 hr,. . .;1K-Jftl vrv begone, ere it is to-J late! Punishment awaits 1
lik.T.I,JviLl. tal f 1... : ...i tr i.i,,.ir ,.r.,. V- since, to the i n- nt. wnen tuey win ikj enanieu - ' -1 . - ' "i ,..., u 1,.. - .w.,
9mnr iDrina ium w iifiiaiwii"' ih.r .. 1, , Mir I inr limi. I
. T . , ! It were fruitU t., at:ciuj.t to ac,-ount f.r the
- 51 re S.reet. fr.. C-1 . j, iWu.My the long cntinuance of war
mi-x w aM. with tlie eoloruta mar Iiave Itad xome mtluence
Trcm the New Zealand CJooiat, Jsaaary 14th )
Projre oi the Sandwich Inlanders.
i Front th fact of tr prbaMe unity of race of
the aboriginal rei!ea ot .New Zealand and of the
fcj 1 - 1 1 t I. . i - - - ' r i
who arc inCtrreBU.il in li e rr.iiiiri of the native
race, will Im tel e.u.ewltat of intrrr-t in what
encern tl inhahilaoi of the Sin-lwih I-lanU.
Ilre, in New ZotInii, wlie-thcr hy a want of
i - t e r
nrir ictifu r iwu- ir trainin;; tun .i.vin
to hahita tf n-l f-" .ti-rimn-i.t . or froiii inafiilit of
. " .
t!e lpl V UD-I. ft-vf-d Valiut rU-.vetIilij-li.
termel oucctTwrul. Sne luiivot ran read the
Maori Scnj.lure. ut t!c nuu'cr i.t Muall aitcoui
)jurel with tlie extent of tiie native opubtion ;
and we believe we are rig'it in haying that with
few exception, the CLriatianitv and " civiliza
tion of the M.tori, whre either exiat at all,
are. at the bot. but pkin decn.
I The natives of the Sandwich Island own, it w
I believed, a comroon origin with the native of
New Zealand. It 14 a nngular Tact that the tra
dition of the New Zcalun!cr points t the Suud
wich IeLindit m the locality whence tleycanic;
while the elucatel Nindwich IrLunlcr declare
j that tley caaie originally from New culainl.
The language aii bear murks ol cwiuun origiu.
The word Waim..- " and " Wai-iti " have
the Mime signification in luth language ; and
no," which in Maori in ka-lMire," w " aore,"
in Hawaiian. AikI there are Uianv more word
which one well acquainted with either language
would at on. ren-gnue in the other He
ical airarance ana trie leaiumt oi w.e two o-
tl.n preeiit a marked hiinilarity. tlie Sindukh
landcr leing the more I.p.inL-oiue and intelli
gent, and. a rt-?-ifvt thr f. i;a!.-. entirely ecli(
ing tl-ir New Zt-aland ei.-tent in jn-nal charius,
a rircuntance which uuiy an fr.m the fact
that in Hawaii tlw w-mcu nre not uiail; tKr-u-t-t of
burden, a a mnioritr of tJwm are in New Zca-
in retarding tlie 1 rozrens of the New Zi-aloiiJcr ;
and no doubt tlie lower position and alavieh work
I of the women nay have tended to the ame re
! ult. Whatever the caure, we and in the Sand
wich IlanL the eij4e governirfg theiiwelve un
der a ontilutional mnarchy, adopting the arts
arnl aevoni lihinenta of European civilization,
while in New Zealand t! ahorginca lave aliown
little aptitud.- for audi improvement; ami as for
elf-giivernment or em-tituli-ns they do not un
From aome publUheil doubienti, and a volume
f the Conntiiutioti ami Iiw of the Kiugvloui of
Hawaii, we are enabU-d to mte the rapid atlvauce
tucnt which the ple of thore Inland Lave mrwle
within littlo more tln twenty year. Tlie eon
titution of the ialand ia a limited Monarchy wi:h
rereentative inatitutioti and tupofwihL Slini
tera; and tlieir lawa are grvatly aimplified by tva
in of a ayateni of eodiGcation, there being a Pe
nal Code enacted in lSoO; and a Civil dale.
whi.-h came intj operation in lSo'J, and cm pre-
bends a body of lawa which reflect credit on tl
legislative ability of the C irani"si ners appointed
to draw up that cod. Tlie code relates to tl e
Executive j-owera of Ministers, the mauagemeiit '
cf publie bnds, trade atl commerce, the e.sting
tmlEf-licenses of vari.u trades, harbors, t han-
ncls. beanxia, buova, rivers, wharfs. &herii.
gaols, agriculture atsl manufactures, (with a view
to the advancement of these j-ursuils,) 4ice,
public lieal lb, utents. foreign aCairs, Lnam-e,
taxes, customs, education, roals, elections, the
domestic relations, and many other subject front
moat of which numerous uselul bints miirht be !
derived by leot le and tlat of more pretension I
tlian the Sanlkh Islands.
"... .. - . - i
The Legislature is cumonsctl of a Lower House,
Consisting of thirty-three elected ineiuber. of
whom about Uiree-lourUts are native gentlemen,
tlss oilier Ixring Euro-ans or Americans; and
an I'pper House, callol the House of Nobles, who
it either by right of t.'ieir amestral aaiiioiis as
chiefs, or arc elevated thereto by atent of the
King. There are law ctsirts, with able judges.
mm 1 . " . . 1 .... 1 ,1.11. ti......l ....Ij , n ia uiiit n rauirr (Uiifruuuu9 inr-niu 111. 1111 ui . , ". -, .
Ma.i. littki en lc in tru.-. At tlie cuiamaiwer ana -oiaiera irom u.e conuucKuic. V"'--"" r.s. fiTrfciw. hunt- "lt Quarter. Sth Ifloo.lv Moon Ere the
. . i dimaritv of intellectual tr're anions the na-
irtana in tlc Supreme CVmrt. ' I'ost OiSi-c l.ai.dl.T, and that n considerable or
byjury in l.th eiv'.l and criminal Itioiiofthe t-tal net revenue of the Iejaniiicnt
cases, with a mixed "jury of Kanakas and English f
when tb.; cause L N-tween parties of the two!
laces. In their courts there are native fciwycrsM
who steak loigluth and Hawaiian with equal tlu-
eney, and who exhibit an a. utcness and forensic
ability far in excess of any thing that could be
Conceived of tlie b-st sjeeimens of tlie pore Maori
of New Zealand ; ami not seldom tl?y puzzle and
get the better of Eurojican bred fdeaders.
Aa regards elucation, tin? people of the Sand
wich IsUnJs have made great progress. In every
district throughout the irland., there are common
schools supported by a school tax, and in which
the native and English languages arc taught by
law, together with the other ordinary branches of
education. There is a well-endowed English col
lege at Punahou, with a staff of professors from
Europe; and at this institution most of the Eng
lish bora are taught, and Fubjectcd to strict half-
it nas occurrcu several
(times that boys, both natives and the sons of Eu
i. , rotican parents, laive gone to England from this
College, ami liare gaineii honors at English Uni
versities. Tin is tl blighter side of titc coiidi-
lion of tlie Sandwich Islands, and of the ad value- ! sliort sighted as it is dishonest, and Icads almost in
ment of the natives. j evitably to loss f public confidence and to bank-
It is true there is a darker side U tbe picture, rupU-y. Vroridtnct Journal.
and that is the decrease of ti e 4s le. Thcdimi- A Chapter or Accioevis. Maiinon was vnlet
nuts-n of t!? p.Lttion is going on at a ratio to a (;oullt. ne day his master, on returning
much greater than even that d" the aborigines of frm a tournament, em-ountcrcl Maimon, and ask
New Zealand ; but the imputation is tttll large, ,im wherc he was going. He answered, i n the
ami, though of late years it has lcn lessening t.ihle manner, that be was going to
i""r""T "T"',S iiwiioie w
tl aborigine recedes before tbe pure white man,
or fruta whatryer cause), still, tertain it is that
tbe nee wbih in tlie andwich IslaisJs claims
close kindred with tlie New Zealand natives, has
exhibited a cajocity for a far higher civilization,
than that of which tlie aborigines of New Zealand
have shown, or are ever likely to how, themselves
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VOW OHKV A.M I'RKIMRRII TO
taka MIOfiHiHArHS ml any lu lac Basr TTLa ao
v ia Mont R .u.ai.s Ta.
CUPTIb- AM S:LAUUIG doo la Iba
tor Saia Cmim mt the llaaaUa Kmr, U m-t, Ctirf, mod
Ai fait aawarmi af l.tKGK AND SMALL
t'Kl l fe, lua Im at L I'rc.a.
M ly U. L. CHASE.
ariloaa. Mr. J. f. L V loN W aatW.sr.1.
my ptH of
Al'rmrj. t uaet aiy tonptH.
Mr. utMi'CL fi. wildkr will its:
asanrUtol art- mt In Mm m m It, dtr. and.r the
Arm an I ua, af ADA W 4r I LULU.
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TAX tr.sMllIMin'KT IMI'ON
1 th0 j,ml Itrm mt lh CBTt Hoots. A ill be
ptaml at Ika Ami (. lt recti! "f tUt
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f a I PFRIOR
IiT S 'S:V REI L
(134 Jf) W ALKErt a ALLI.N.
FRr.Htl(EI) TO ITRXmi
RK SmD al lha b-s( quality. Ohia. Kna or roa-
Iraa. at car Uadlna. nar l'it fT. In qin-ill. lu mil
HITCHCOCK a PKoTlltR. .
XT for partiCiiIax Inquire of
CASTLE a COOK. Apnll
TIIKRKAS. I IIVVK .ll'I'lllMKIi MR.
1 L'UAKLts II. JlUUn af tti'irwjr In fact. Jiooca
; h brrrbj f.wm la a4 p-r-ji. tLat. I rod moi alirr Una Ur,
l b shns U aa:t.r - I la enlltl rl rrn: aJ tnuu ea du n.
I aoJ no buU 00 my acroonl i" o -aM anV e.nlrrt-. t-r
by ht.rnnMOl or nrJrr.
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Tb Rrssux Victories rs O-ntiul Asia. Tc!- I I Atlantic Monthly for Arnl w an eicel
ezram bate cmte to laiJ in Lon J .n via Ak--nn- r lon? "tale on a nn3 how to enJ ,t frwU1
drift an.1 3IalU, rei.tin- that the RuV.an army, t which we inake a lew extract :
. - a a a " a a ' I I r1 f lot Kin tra tri ell iT tfilil Illlt Pfl rTil nt1!
wtiicn baa oeen etoiutl, auranciiu n central .via
j- .r r. :; i -r -,,
ior iuiik uuic iwi unuri c"umuiu vi .u.ipjr ,
(General Iiouiau jffskv. IiaiJ rcac
I he U.,almr,an troo!, an to er.rv.,.1 01 rnci
I . . 1 r i
I-ilSW Wf wai ur in kiuuh nuui
L threaten tlie whole northwestern border of Brit
ish India towards Afghanistan by holding li.k
hara. Tlie fact are pointed out that by judi
cious combinations of his tro..jund raj id mrchcs,
Irfonned under the mm intciibe beat, Geut-ral
iooianoDVkv was enablel to f zht the battle of
1 Irdjar, on the linkb of the Jaxnrtcs, or Syr Daria,
on ine JUn oi -iayt ifwi; tr.at i:e ucicaicu tiie
lMkhariar.s, after a blmly engagement, and or?n
ed the way to a series of Ru-i:in victories which
have estaMiehed the military jower of the empire
iu the entire country north of the Jaxartcs from the
"Celoiiul Mouniaiiis" to Lake Aral, and places
a C'hrij-tiaii force in the heart of Tour.m.
At Inljar the Ruian CoMsack met the Rokha-
i nan eavalrv ana routol tiicm. ire r.imroi Ijok-
hara direetol the fire of twentv-one guns of boavy
calibre on Romano ffrky's artillery, but the Ruf
fian general, in reporting his reply, says: l4.ot a
idiot of ours miMd its aim." l"h. result of the
fight of Irdjar led to the lull of the Hokhariau for
tress of Nau.
Tlie 31st of May, ISGu, the IV.khai ians and Russ
ians fouglit a terrific buttle belbre the city of
Khixljent with artillery and infantry, when the
iSokh.iriuns were ng-.iin beaten. Retreating ti the
city, they cha-ed the gates and barricaded the
Mrcet at all point. On the 5th of June, 100,
the Ru!-Ltns stormol Klidjcnt at many iints,
having cmnoiiadcrl it with eighteen guns and two
i mortars during four d:iys, aixl enterol it. They
! were met bravely, an 1 the ground eontestcil foot
to loot in the strtvts and alleyways, hut ICouin-
I olT-ky obtainol the victory a?id city. This result
j serratl ISokhar.t from Khokan.
Taclikend was nest taken by the iiuFsiiins on
the iiOlh or Augut and from this point they
have gone on to the coniurt of l!okhara itself.
The news of this, the latcrt Russian victory in
C'eii tra I Asia, has produced a very decided sensa
tion in Itidoii, it U-ing regarded as a coin pic to
off-4 t on tlie jort of the Cx;ir to tlie went gain
of Ei gland V ally, Slierc Ali Kluin, iu Kandalutr,
as aflc t'ng lhv i.-ue of the grand question of fu
ture supremacy in -Via.
Immix Post Oitick: In lvOl, the Crst year
of the p'Ceiiteentury, the local hrtters that is, the
letters lxth posted and dcliven-d within the me
tropolitan limits were estimated to 1e nlstut
3J5K,IXM). In 1803 thev had increased to G.IHM,
OtNJ, and in 1S13 to y.4oii,H.M; but in the follow-
i ing ten years they ha ladvancclonly to l0,oU0,!mU,
i that liem tlie rstiiu ttcd iiaiuVr in 1821. They
were abnot stationary during the next ten years,
Dtwitlistan ling the increase of opul.uiiu;iiided,
tliey ratt er re:rogrrdel. t?icir numler in lf33
being estimated at only 1U.jii,nni. In t!.ey
rose to about HHK,(i(H). In lfC'J, the year be-
; fre the.intnsluctioii of the jenny jos-tage, they
were 12. !?").! HK). In I MO tl ey hounded swldcnly
o uiM in 151 1 they reached 7.(Htll,-
0(H). In nine year afterward (1M3) they were
43,HMI,IKM. In lS.Vi ljiidon was divided into
ten districts, by which erv much iimro rai-i 1 de-
I livery was obtaiued for local letters. The conse-
oucuee was that in l8o. ti e third year after tlto
. alierutioii. local letters lot 1 ris.-n to .VS,4oI,invO(
and iu to TlVJl.lMHj. In lSri.") there were ,
atsait $0, (H 0,1), of which upward of lil,fHKlMK)
were dclitcrcd in ti e disttichi in which thev were
lasted. At the pi. -soul time the average daily do-
livery of letters in I.n l n is nlsiut otii),fKH of
J whieh aboit half are I s-al and half from abroad.
! The number of tiewBiTs mid l-iokaickecs de-
livervd is about .Vi.ihni. Sir Cusock asserts that,
. if Indon eorre.-)oiHle!i-e iMiitiuues to increase ns
j it lias in recent years, it will noon Ik? necessary to
I have balfbourly eoIlH-tioiis and dcliteries during
l f- l . . :
cermin jeins ot ineuay. uuaiwi alleges tnai iui
dou bical letters are the m-Mt proiliable that the
IsHei ived fnmi tliem.
V - P1oestv. Alexander T. Stewart, of New York,
- irtay Ciirlv be said to lie th first merchant in the
worlJ. .N.jdc ot t!ic merclotnt princes ol r.iiland,
or on the Euroiean eoutiucnt, com arc with him
iu the extent of Lis biminos or tlie amount of his
profits, and Lis suctets is a tribute alike to Lis in
dividual energy ami tact, and to the marvellous
business resources of the I. nited State. It is
' worth knowing, both by business men and the
' public at large, tlat Mr. Stewart ascribes much
I of his success to moral causes. To a friend
; who was once pushing bis inquiries bomcvvl.-at
sliarply in this direction, lie rcj. licit: 1 Imve won
sueix'.-s, lecause I have eoiiduciol my business
from the first on the basis of truth, l'rulh,'" he
addod with emphasis, is the talismanic word;
and if I Lave any one other earthly w isli or desire
greater than another, it is that in this rcsiect my
example may be commended and followed hy
young men entering into business, and esjcially
by young merchants." Business men, lor t ur-
i Jose of immediate gaiu, often deceive or overreach
lint sucii a .ii.-y is as
M,.k; a im-w situation. "A new Pituationl ' ex-
clajml t Count ; "what, then, bns bat rened at
my liouse that you are leaving me?" " Nothing,
sire." Butwliat besides?" Nothing, very much,
I tell you. Only tlie dog of which vou were so
fundisdcad." "How did it happen?" "Why,
your beautiful palfrey, who was tied up in the
courtyard, took fright, smashed in the dog's bead
with its hoofs, flew down the street, jumjed into
tlie river, and was drowned." And who frigli
tetied my liorse?" Vour son wlio fell down in
front of it out of a top window." "My son ! (ireat
heaven! Wliere were bis nurse and his mother? Is
lie wounded?" "Yes, sire; be was killed on the
spot ; and when hi corpse was taken up to Mad
ame she was so horrified at tlie sight that she fell
forward in a fit, ns if she, too, were dead."
'Sundrel Instead of deserting my bouse, why
did you not remain and procure help?" "Be
caue, sire, the nure, in watching by Madame,
fell asleep ; the light was upset ; the chateau
caught fire, and now nothing but ashes remains.
SrsTEWTicALLV Solo. Two gentleman from
New York, one of whom bad la?en in California
nearly a year, and th otlier just arrived, were ac
cidentally overheard in the following conversation
at the sutter House. Sacramento. lh new
comer was lamenting Lis condition, and especially
two beautiful daughters who were just budding
into womanhood when be asked the other if be
Lad a family.
Yes, sir, I have a wife and six children in
I New York, and I r.evcr saw one of them."
j After this tlie couple sat a few moments in
silence, ana tl.en tlie interrogator again com
" Were, you ever blind, sir ? "
" No, ir."
Another latc of time.
' Iid I understand you to say, sir, that vou
had a wife an l six children living in New York
and had never seen one of them?"
""es. sir I so stated it."
Another and a long pause of silence. Then the j
interrogator inquired : '
' How can it be, sir, that you never saw no of;
Why," was the response, "one of them was
born after I left."
h ! ah!" and a general laugh followed.
After that the first New Yorker was esteciallv
I distinguish! as the man who Lad six children
' and never saw one of them.
C'lilnesic I'limwc laOOtsM !
rv r.,r..,l...,.ir..t- wht. h ai i--ftr Li one oeiccis njIUHeil Wiling III
t. i .i J: . r..:. .. '-..i. r ! of anr of hid U-ft rowew. Ace has the hiz
the larder of the iwijrial trrnturj- on the way to- I,'t 10 ' n I;rtual ijviucnt.
wants NKjt'wrn Ajij.
SALE II V
II. M. VVHITNKY.
A Pirn for the Afternoon.
. j r W. f , "V :
w n esaitca christian wivnece. ana recrrauou
. . . 1 . 0 ' ... .
the vi-'r ana tone i
-m i .i . .i i.-i i .. i...r..i
- V r:,. "V ""l V,i h.;I
cjiliurfu, iiiai iiicj uiav ot: uvui-moi i v liiii-nui
- ,v . .
it only a rather suiierUuous tree-wul titluni; ot
r,.ft nf ninnim.. tr children "
Concerts ana uterus to aj;ei musioiovers, cfi-
cially if echoing the beloved old music, would fall
like the sound of
spring rain ujoii witherel hearts,
r. with bis fading siht, the best
Give the amateur
possible glasses, suited to ins neeus, ana tiie nest
light in tbe art gallery ; let youth stand aside and
be patient, if need be, while be monopolizes the
best ticture. A whole hour sjient by some half
blind old grandmother in looking at one fainting
will make her heart younger for all her remaining
years. We sliall be old some day, and then will
come our turn for these noblest courtesies of life.
If anybody should go to the theatre, it is the
superannuated, not every night or every week,
doubtless, but half a dozen times a year, more or
less, as circumstances incline. All work and no
play is not worwj for seven than it is for seventy, j
Social stimulus is always a great quicker.er; i
but if nature desires to recreate itself in genuine j
freedom, it must be in the society of its equals.
If you could bring a dozen very old pcoplo together '
to play and be merry, and could make them all
cordially believe in this ns right and proper, as !
eminently to be desired, and as the only whole- j
some tonic for dignified and respectable men and !
women of three-score and ten, you would inaugu- i
rate n new era. Christmas plays, with all the j
young folks present, can never have a tithe of the i
relinli which these old people's carnivals, freely
dedicated to health and merriment, might cosily
command. A whittling club for the dear old
Yankee octogenarians .vou Id be no bad idea.
They could hardly play nt cricket or base-ball ;
but it would do my soul good to see nil old eo
plo's gymnasium established, no' ody admitted
under seventy-five. I can see how quickened
pride would straighten crooked backs, bow goi
fellowship would lubricate dry joints, and how
jovial laughter would fatten thin ribs. Generous
emulation would make the old pcoplo swing on
t!ieir jsirallel bars, climb dizzying ladders, danco
Virginia reels, and almost stand on their bends
and turn somersets, as they used to seventy years
ago. In theso days when " muscle is looking
up," the gymnast should certainly turn his atten
tion to the aches and rheumatisms of the suffering
grandparents. He can do them more good than
all the doctors, if be will but prescribe wisely and
in moderation. His cures would lie little short of
miraculous; but Itefore some dear old conserva
tives of our acquaintance follow bis advice, I sup
pose we shall all be in tlie millennium. Exercise
is all very well for growing boys and sturdy men;
but it is absolutely indirticnsablo to the health
and happiness of all old icople and invalids.
Graduate it with the nicest skill and discretion ;
but, in the name of humanity, do insist that every
old person shall keep the free use of his muscles,
ami be able t-i war successfully against gout and
"Don't know alout it! I am getting to be
very stiff already,' bays a stout gentleman of fifty.
-To le sure vou nre. my dear sir: but if vou
will wear Soli flannel next vour heart, mid fnfl in I
love anew with vigorous measures, I warrant vou
... 1 1 . . . ...... : . i. ii .1.. i
a ivuvniu juuiii, ij iviuiii wiiii uii me eut'iie-
ness of five-and-twenty. Pxereise will exorcise
stiffness, and le-.ive vou a serviceable backbone
still, morally and rhvsieally. You are a?rpin '
already; hut many a circus-rider at your years.
a w n ,
despite liis reckless dissipation, can rival M. 13 Ion- '
din in agility : and many an Indian brave, ten
years your senior, can run ten miles without rest
ing. No wonder! he has lecn practising for
threescore years. Western hunters and English
squires enjoy the chase at seventy. Lord Rroug-
Iiaui at eighty-three delighted in a borsehack ride
- i . !i.. l I f . ,ir. , .
I - . I
II IS millU, too,
oi a iiozcti mues neiore orenKiust.
which of course sympathized, was as young as his
body ; be was actie iu the great iSritish Ship of
State as the youngest man of them all.
If we lay down our weapons we shall forget
how to use them. Run, my dear sir, run, jump,
ride, skate, and le active. If you will keep your
self iu practice, you can do the same tiling at
seventy. Tho young gymnast is gaining new
iower daily ; the aged one should cling to what
ic already has, as crtinaciously as be clings to
life. Exercise is as indiscnsable to biin as lood,
if lie would ictain bis vigor and elasticity but lit
And Other Musical Instruments!
TI NKI) AMI REPAIRED
BY CHARLES ItKBY AT TUB THEATER.
Leaaons Given on Piano and titiitur.
best of references given. 607 ly
IIO.NOLULU IKON WORKS COMPANY.
A K E A L It KINDS OF
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
C E X r R I F I tt A L M AC II I X ES.
Also, boilers, Coolers and Sheet Iron Work, and all kinds of
BRAsS AND IKON CASTINGS.
A lares stuck of I'ipinp. KlKiws, Trt-, Valee. and
CikIis. shl Iron. Boiler Mate. Bar Inn, CentrifnirHl Wires,
India Koborr Packind, aud every description of Machinery
alwajt on hand.
1 Crrat Yarirt y of Jlatbinery on band k for Sale Low.
6-TO ly IIOXOLL'LC IRON WORKS CO.
The Honolulu Iron Works Coni'iany
IIAYK ON HAND
CART ROXES OF ALL SIZES, A X D ARE
prepared to sell at very r-dured rales.
try Parties takins; 1 dozrn Se:s or mors ran be supplied at 6
Cents per lb., and by the st al S cents per lb. 630 6m
IKON WORKS CO.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills,
Wrought and Cast Iron Kettles,
OX HANI AND MADE TO ORDER, OF
the best material and workmanship.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OP
Steam and Water Cocks,
Valves, Gauge Cocks,
itraui Uaotres, and Inj'ctors,
Pininw Elbows. Tree.
India Rubber Pack in?.
ALL KIM'S OP
Brass Work Neatly Executed.
Best Car Iron and Cumberland Coal
On Kami ami for sale at loietst market prtns.
Overshot, Breast, Turbine, Centre Discharge
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OP
iv a t a: It W HEELS,
! Madeef either Iron or Wood, calculations for whirh w.ll be
i made on receiving' the particulars of volume, head, and fall of
; watrrof any dcired l.ahty. One of our Centre I'urharite
I Vt heels may le seen at the Kaneohe Plantation, where il ia in
full operaUun giving enure aatislactioo.
Of all Sizes nnd Descriptions, with rumps,
Made aud adapted to any place required.
; WOOL, PULTJ, COTTON & OIL PBESSES,
' Madeof any size and strength,
I Combininr a'.l the latest improremcnts. and composed of the
' bent ni aerials. One of our Wntd l'rre i givinic entire satts
I taruou i n the extennive ranch of the Me.ra. J. & F. Sinclair,
1,1 ind of Nnhau. who may lie consulted with regard to par
lu'Ular. t Bio
I iliUKIIHittll A IfulllIlW linilr T I H I MI11 It'll L . OIIU Ollll UUIIUIO UO IIU UJIIO v . .
A Letter to be Pondered.
Rooms or the America Missionary
Assciation, Lombard Block,
Chicago. MaV 15. lSGi.
Secretaries: (..evr;r W hi '.tile, Michael E. Strie-
x- -.., . r ' k w ,,;,,,. PI....
o. ium, wuuu . .
in i i r r .nii miriAa
in .uiMiiiri'i a iurv oi a iri.it.-i t-m.
one of our tacnei nr nun. me teucucr um
I not quail, although l. hn-t every rcaeon to tHlieve
I thnt nCMointi.n woul.l 1m the iienaltv efdiwbe-
I .i;rw t-.-r f:it-fii Atnii nftfr to deprive-
i hia, of anv t!hu-e to hold hi achool. and he reluc-
1 "i" . .7 , . . . i i
1 , ! f u 1 1
; uinuy icii me m-i;i,"'-
I lived. 1 he cupped moon is lull ol mm, ana a
i I.A.nJ fill tl.. .I... 11. mi vttiMk u-711 fiill on xroiil
i "' 'j
unhallowed head. Ik-ware! Wlien the Black
Cat sleeps, we that are dead and yet live are watch
ins: you. Fool! Adulterer aud Cursed Hypocrite!
TheVar-piereiiig eye of the Grand Cyclops is upon
you ! Fly the wrath to come.
Kc Klux Klan."
I). B. R. r.
THE TOM MOORE TAVERN,
BY J. O'NEILL,
632 CORNER OP KING AND PORT STREETS. ly
THE REVERE HOUSE.
THIS WEI.L-KXOWX ESTABLISH
t 11 1:
IS E S T ACCOMMOD AT IONS
TO TIIE TtATELIXQ PUBLIC.
I The Table will aluays be Supplied with every Dell-
rary the .ilurket alloras.
IT Couif.irmble LoilKiii,; can lie secure! on short notice. XX
Strangers visiting llnuulu w ill plcuse remember the loca
tion. Kins Street, two doors from Fort St.
C35 Sin PAMl'EI. L0LLKR, Proprietor.
II. IlACIl'fi:Ll & CO.,
IJHSSRS. IIIKOMKCK Jc CO.. It II El MS,
Messrs. Ruinhiirt pere & FHs. Itheims,
Mr. Adolphe Collins. Chalons stir Jlarne,
Are in regular receipt of ll.a
CELEBRATED CHAMPAGNES !
Of the above bouses, a bich they offer for sale from store
C2i) and to arrive. Cm
flMIK SEXT TERM OK THIS IXSTITC-
B. TloN "will begin mi WeJuwtliiy, tbe il duy of c't. next.
I'an-liilatrs fr felmisaiuii vilt be examined on M'Wvlay and
liuriiiK th smninir year Stulnts will he under the Tnitlnn
of Pre. ALKXANOKK an l Pror. CIII'KCII. asite.l by Mis-s
I.J. LON ami . U SMI Til. la.'.irs who have had large ex
pener.re mini marked sucms as teachers.
Students wishing board at lha Institution should make im
mrdiale application to (6.15 4t) K. P. CHUUCn.
JUST OPENED, O.V SVVAXU STREET,
Opposite Oeb. McLeau'i, a Grueml Assortment of
Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes,
DRY COOllS, CLOTHING, Ac..
t'Olt SALK CHEAP HY
615 6m JOS. PA VI 3 CO.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS !
J Doill.Ctio IllcTllJStl"V" I
I IIKRKHV OFFERTIIKSl'M OF
The Cultivation of Sea Maud Cotton
IS THIS GROCP, AS POLLOWSi
1 To any nr.in, natiee or f.-reinner. who, ilurinp the year
liilf, crow ine Ittryr! izrttp til rj isisim .ii,iu, ir. mtra
,H4 i,, Hmn laS-s 40vl ihhiii U ewh of sinned cotton.
or it eqiiieuleiit in sed Cotton (say 23,000 p unds iu Uie seed),
I a iil iy the sum f
Five Hundred Dollars in Gold !
2 - -To the person, native or furrinner, who, ilurinir the year
186lJ. irriivi Uh next lanrtt crop f sea IhIhihI Cotton, tt not
h ss th.n 1 j hiUes of tol poon.lH cm Ii. or i s rquivalfiit in seed
Cotton (say 21,000 pounds in the seed), I will pay the uu of
Three Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin !
3 To th peron, native or forciewr. who, dorm the year
1Sii9. L'row. the third l.irirest cnp of Sea Inland Cotton, if not
k- than li l'al- of 400 nnds -arh. or its equivalent in seexl
CoUonfsay 10,000 pouuds of s.fd ColUti), 1 will pay the sum of
Two Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin !
fhe onlv conditions annexed to the above off-rs, iraira are
optn to alt, are that the Cotton ti.ill be Hawaiian grown, a
pure ni'-rciiaiualile article of the sc Ijland vaiiety. to lie ac-ct-pted
a such, and purchas- d by tlie umUrsiu'iKil at curreut
prices pnivulml it anks as tlr.t quality ; and that th claim,
ants of the aouts otlirr.I sliall have actually rultivatnl aud
grown the Cottou, ai:d uut purchasi-d any part of it from other.
In case of doubt, natisf.ictory proi.f will l rvquiretl.
This off r will remaiu nirii till ncceoibr 31, 1
Ju!y, IStSS. I6;a) H. U. VVHITNKY.
JARRELS DAIRY SALT,
t or sale Ly 0. RREWER a CO.
Salt Waiter Soap.
LU. BOXES ANU 35 I U. BOXES.
Poi sale by C. IlHEWKIl Az CO.
A S S O R T E D
C. BRKWER a CO.
1 or sale hy
SSunt's IIaEillcl Axes.
piOR SALE IIY
C. BREWER & CO.
lMotvs I lows.
)LOVS OF ALL KINDS.
I lease noes and Cultivators.
C. ItllEWTIt a CO.
For sale by
Jj ases card aiatche
for Sale by
C. BREWER ft CO.
Slicct facatl Slicct Zinc.
ases and casks.
Eor sate by
C. BREWER 4 CO.
cr sale by
WIRE, XOS. 4. 5. G.
C. BREWER a CO.
EA V Y PHILADELPHIA HAND CARTS
maie tut Trash Carriers, and other heavy work.
For sale by V." C. BREWER a CO.
Anchors and Chains.
CMALL SIZES FOR SCHOONERS ISE.
Per sale by
C. BREWER a CO.
Fur sale by
A X D JELLIES.
C. BREWER a CO.
4 LL SIZES. FOR SALE BY
C. BREWER CO.
TEST 11 LOT BREAD, in Pipail Casks.
Por sale by
C. BREWER CO.
Grocer, Provision Dealer,
A X D
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO IXFORM
the Inhabitants of the Hawaiian Islands, that he
II AS OPENED TIIE
Si ONE STOKE, ON FORT STREET,
Wilts is Larue aud Varied
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES !
And hopes by strict personal attention to all orders, and by
conducting tiie business cn principles that will secure and serve
the public, to meet with a liberal portion of Uieir support.
The following Comprise the List of Goods
California Hams, '
Clear Family Pork,
Fresh Lard in ns,
Roast Beer, in 2 ft tins.
Roast Mutton, in '3 lb tins.
Beefsteak, iu 2 lb tins,
Turkey, in 2 lb tins.
Chicken, in 2 ib tins.
Sausage, in 2 tb tins.
Ox Tail boup, iu 21b tins
Veg. ti-oup, iu do.
Spiced Oysters, 2 tb tin.
Oysters, in 1 lb lit,
liatubliu & Baker's Oysters, 1 lb tins,
Lewis' Salmon, 2 tb Una.
Columbia River Salmon, 1 lb tins.
t rtsti Clams,
Assorted English Pie Fruits,
English llckles, assorted.
BoHton Pickles, 1 frail. Jars,
Boston Pickles, ha'f gall. Jars,
Cala. Pickles, half gall, jars,
Sardines, quarter tins.
Sardines, half tins.
Assorted, in I and 2 lb tins,
Freslt Apricots. 2 tb tius.
Fresh Peaches, 2 !b tins.
Fresh Eg? Plums, in 2 tb tins.
Freen Peas, in 2 ib tins,
Ureen Corn, in 2 lb tins,
French Ureen Peas,
French rati a.
Crushed Sugar, half barrels,
No. 1 Brown Smear, So. 2 Brown Sugar,
tavldca Oate Floor, quarter sacks.
Fresh Wheat Meal, Fresh Corn Meal,
Fresh Wine Crackers,
rresn coaa vracaers, in mi., -
rrcsn aler cracKers, in tins,
S're.h Pieriitf? ( ' r3.c eM In tin.
Presii Water Crackers. In tins i
' Fresh Jeuuy Lind Cakes,
IVcw Vorli Water Crackers,
Fresh Split Peas, Fresh Tapioca,
Freslt Pearl Barley,
' Fresh Pearl aftn,
treat, t arroway Seed.
Freah Canary Seed,
Fresh Rape Seed,
No. 1 Hawaiian Rice, '
Fresh Corn Slarch, . ; , "
Fresh Vermicelli, ' ' ' '
Freah Orled Apples,
Cisais nnd Tobacco,
Bath Bricks, English Starch.
Indigo Blue, Stone Blue,
HONEY, IN 2 L. TINS,
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL,
Fine Table Salt, in K'ass jars.
Fine Table Salt, in foxes,
Les 4r ferrio's rauce, pints and half pints.
Kast I'dia Chutney,
Last India Curry, '
Mrs. Morns' Catsup,
3?" x- o xx o Ix C? . io era.
Luijlish Mustard, in (ilan jars.
California Mustard, in Kiass,
California Pepper, in glass.
Fresh O round Pepper,
While Wine Vinepar,
Malt V inegar,
Assorted English Herbs.
Salad Oil. Preston'g Chocolate,
galeratus, in 10 lb jars,
Saleratus in glasa,
Pretun k Merril s Teast Powder.
Carb. Srala, in 14 tb jars. Cream Tartar, in glass,
Fine Curraiits in lO lb. Jars,
U round Gloves,
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER !
California Oats,extra quality,
New California Potatoes
NF.AV CALIFORNIA ONIONS.
Very flne Japan Tea, in jars.
Very fine Japan Tea, in S tb boxes.
Very fine Japan Tea. In 8 lb boxes.
Very fine J apan Tea, in 30 ft boxes.
Choicest Flowery Ptkoe, 8 Tb boxes,
Choicest Souchong, in 8 lb boxes, '
Full Flavored Oolong, in 8 lb boxes.
Fine Strong Oolong, In 8 tb boxes.
Fair qaality Oolong, in 8 lb bexea.
Good Medium Poucbong, 83J lb axs
Ordinary Poochong, do.
Very Superior Mixed Teas.
II. MY, having paid especial attention to this department,
would suggest a trial of hia
The choicest growth of China and Japan, producing a combina
tion of strength, flavor and richness, that no unmixed quality,
can compare with.
FINE OLD KONA COFFEE,
635 Raa.tr 1 anil Grasnii Daily. lm
California, Oregon nnd Mexico
San Francisco and Honolulu Route.
The Cm aa a r'a Fine A 1 Steasaahiaa
'IDAHO' OR ' MONTANA,'
F. CONNER. C.miuMMiJrr,
Ili7 run beturun Honolulu and San Francisco
by the follorcinq Time Table :
Prom 9an Francisco..,
From Honolulu. .....
From San Francisco..
Fr m fan Francisc.
.May At Pan Francisco Mty S3
May 29! At Honolulu Jane
June IS; At San Francisco.. ... June 2S
.July 4i At Honolulu ..July 9
July 'jrAti'an Francisco Aug. 3
,Aug. 10' At Honolulu.. Auft. 21
. Auk. SSjAlSau Francisco..... Sept. It
LIBF.S1L ADYAMKS MADE 0 AIX SII1PSOT3
Insurance cuaranteed at lower rates than by sailine 1
Particular care taken of rhipmentt of Fruit.
All orders for Ooods, to be pan-based in San Francisco, will
ha reeeive.1 arul ft 1 !..! hv Murn nf UMmrr.
611 3m 11. II iCliFELD a CO., Agents.
CT Shipments from Europ. ami the Vnited States, tntendc4
for these Islands, will ba received by tbe Coaiany in ttaa
Francison, tf consigned to them, ami be forwarded by their
Steamer to Honolulu, fret mf cLxrae. c xctDt actual oulisv.
DUR1MQ THE PRESEyT QUARTER AS VOLLOWS ,
LEAVING HO NOLI7 Lit,
Laving I'p the ATrek rommrBtlD' Anir. 10th,
Monday, August 17 th.
Monday, August 241h,
Monday, August 31 st,
AT 4) P. M. PRKCISELT, TOUCHING AT ' -J-LAIIAIXA,
M AK EE'S LAXD1XG,
i a- t i . . w l- u t
KealaktJcaa. Wednesday, about noon.
Jxauua. IV exlnesaay evtmng,
Kawadme ami Mahukona, TJttirsday eveningt,
Arri ng back st Honolulu Saturday mornings. v "
631 8m WALKKR at ALLF.N. Agenls.-
Hawaiian Packet -Line
C? 4 "V TdW 4 TJaTCJararii f '
3wfm.11 a. STa.lLi.1 n.ou
Tbe fallawing .Ilrst-flitss Vessels will Bob Cfftv
any in me nonomia Line I
Um Um mUKKAT,
For Freight or PaisMr hsving nperior accoiniuotlattoDS lur
Cabin ind Stemge F&sftangern. api'ly to
Ar Km ft'llL-LR A, ill W 4 .
ww ww .a uia a. a Wf a-a wus w . tm -
JiLuU LiAJV fAt-IVti
For Lahaina and Makee's Landing. ; ;
SiiS bchooiier Ivate JLtee
. ' CRANK. Master.
' Win run rernlarty and ianrtoally on the above route For
freicht or passage apply to the Master on bnard. or to
6m C. LREWLR A Co., agtnta.
T TT - J -BIT 111
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Will run regularly. For freight or pasts apply to
63 0m C. BKKWi.it Co., agents.
For II il o and Ouomca, (Iawaii.
Schooner A nnio,
Will run as a Regular Packet to the above ports. . For Freight
or Paasace apply to
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For'IIilo and Kaupakuea, Hawaii.
Will run as a Regular Packet to the above ports, touching a
LA HA IN Ay. Cor Freight or Passsge apply to - :
C15 6m WALKKR i ALLF.N, Agents.
The Snhr. OTiTi FRT.T. nw !
Is regularly laid on as a packet
BETWEEN 1IO NO LULL' AND IIILO!
For Freight or Passage apply to
ii, , 1 1 1' v ii ,srkxr . .
Regular Packet for Hanalei.
Scliooiier 4,6 Y e r t o 9"
Will run regularly as a Packet between Honolulu and the
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ier on hoard, or to C. N. SPKNCtK fc CO.,
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, FOR NAWILIWILI,
( CA PT. NIK A.
I Carrying the Hawaiian Mail without Subsidy I
Yflll leave Honolulu Every Saturday, at 14 P. If.,
Returning, win leave Nawiliwili every Tuesday afternoon. For
Freight or Paaaage apply to
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