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WILLIAMS, BL.1NCII.1RD & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
No. 218 California Street,
-l9 J.V FRANCISCO.
C. anaiLl. CaaCSS
J. C. 31 KI. RILL k Co.,
Co in mission Her chants
u V. n t ioiicor.s,
101 and 206 California Street,
E V. 3T E XI. WCISO CD.
Sin Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Par?iiilarittrnli'n siren to the le oJ lureaae ol mer
.-IiAn.tuw, siiip' b.inc,upplMig whaieships, negotiating
rr All freight anirinr at Saw Francisco, by or to the !Io
rtolnia Line of rackets, will beforwarJed fitionouiio.
XT Exchanir- on II-ivlo1o ta;d.i an-l sold. XX
M"r. L. Rirhar.lt Co ...Iloonlula
H. lUtkfcM A Co
" t Krrw-r C-, 44
Vr. R. W. Wl
H .,. :. H. " j
l. C. WjtTun, Esq......
H AHD 77AEE!
WLo takes thing as they come? a thief.
Why is a balloon like silence ? Because
it gives ascent.
The fellow who split the difference is a
The most common end with a shoemaker
His waxed end.
Bit? thing on ice A skater weighing two
hundred and fifty.
In a thunder-storm, always get into a rail-
J. W. VVIDD1FIELD
JJAVIXG PURCHASED TilE E.VTI R I
Stock of Hardware,
From thf C;le of W. X. LALI,
Will Continue the Business at the Old Stand,
ODD FELLOWS' Dl'ILDI.VC,
i f i j i .
I roaa wnicn nas a gooa conuuciur.
j Young folks grow most when in love. It
i increases their sighs wonderfully.
j A young fanner who inquired how best to
j start a nursery was told to get married.
' " Honesty," said the late intelligent X
' " is the best policy, but the worst diplomacy ;
I r i . i t . .l ii
i nave tneu oom.
Faber eot so fat on his pencils that he sel
dom leaves his house. When he does, he is
j probable " lead " out.
! Whv is a rr.an who spoils his children
like another who builds castles in the air ?
Because he indulges in fancy too much.
Mccracken, merrill &. Co.,
C'O.IIIIISSIO.V .IIKKCIIAXTS, ! ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE!
lortland, Orejon. j TXTlll Solrl
The Treaty with China.
Mr. Burllngame, while in Prussia, received
official notice of the ratification of the Chinese
treatv. It is now tlie law oi ine iana. anyimng
in the laws or Constitution of any &tate to the
contrary notwithstanding. Being such, it is well
to know what it in and to observe it.
Thm nrlmnrv intention of the treaty, on our
I part, was to exU'Dd the privileges conceded to
f Americans in China by the treaty of .1858 ; and
this intention appears in every article oi me
treaty. Artiele first stipulates that the privilege
of residing on certain tracts of land or of resort
ing to certain waters of China shall not be con
strued to take away the Emperor's right of
eminent domain, and that foreign powers thus
privileged shall not attack eacb other in time of
war on such lands or waters, and shall be pro
tected by the Emperor against such attack. The
right of jurisdiction over persons and property
in Bnph r.Iaecs still remains in the Chinese
authorities, except bo far as relinquished by
treatv. And article seconu proviuea mus any
privilege in reg ird to trade or navigation within
the Cbineee dominions shall be according to
treaty stipulations, or otherwise at the discretion
of the Chinese Government, but not to be regu
lated in a manner or spirit incompatible with
Article third allows the Emperor to appoint
consuls at United States ports, with the same
What is the cause of that bell's ringing ?" privileges as those of the Consuls ol Great Britain
inquired VilIiam. "I think, said Jonn, frccdom from in eUher country Jn
" that somebody has pulled the rope.
If a vim; keen kncicki) in our pre. i
A ami r.oaiae I- r spwarJs of serca yar. and being
ratlR rv,t brKk MuUlmr. we are trppred la receive i
4 4iMMeof Iilan.1 ttapici, .oca as .uirar, kUr,Srapa. Kula, j
f-e the ytr-ftn m trk-t, l whtci, :rnal atmC:on wilt be paid, j
au.1 afupi wLx-tk ch alraftcea will tx o.atle vbca repaired. f
t iilsiur') Rrrr.inru:
B.iip r k Uo-l'iiNrr r, J m. I'atrxk A. Co.,
r"r!.l. W. T. 0lniaa Co.,
f tevcb. X. Cm. ;
pimTXtf Rfimir. !
AITkh It, L-wit. Ll l A rilli.n. Leoaanl k Green j
II'"l.rtr Knt tnrfrtA:
At Greatly Reduced Prices
JANION, RHODES & CO.,
Victoria, Varxr' laland.
V. B rrticaUra!teotiua pwl tcooai(nmeBU ofanjwirk j
Vi.rt.iria. V.I. January 1. 680 1
I Merchants, Mechanics and Planter?
Witt DO wei.t TO
j iJice in n Gul hrfurt Furch'ixlug elseichcre,
; I Shall Sell at the Original Cost
j In eu"t intatc", anJ oftra
; ln i- Bolow Cost!
J. V. WIUDIFIKLD.
Ordrrs ft,m tbr otlirr I-Und- pr.iuptly allfuJed to
and filled with tare.
LEA & l'lHKMlVS'
Vorc'c.HfcrIiirc Sauce !
DiyLAUED HY COSXOISSEURS
Only Good Sauoo 2
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD !
fault: SUCCESS OPTIIIS MOST DEM
m. CIOlTS anJ anrirailel Cm.liroent b trine uaMd certain
1hW to apply Ute oaine of Worcvsurrahire Sauce" lo their
n Inferinr enmpoamLe, the Public M hereby iof.jrnieil that ttie
only way n tecure Um genaiie, i to
A3K FOR LEA & PEBRI2TS' SAUCE,
an. I ft ee that thrtr same are npoa the wrapper, labtlt,
itvpptr aotl bott't.
Jktw o th f.irHr7 aarketa having been aoppHed with a
spurioaa Worcesteratire Sauoe, apoo the raper and label
t which the una of Lea ao.1 Perrioa have been furred, L. and
I. rlr notice tht they hare furnithed their correspondenta
with pnwer of attorney to take iootaut prooeedior araiovt
Manufitcturtrn ami feasor j of aoch. or any ether imitations
by which their right may be infringed.
lok Ur LFt i. PEHRIXS Stitt and See Nine j
Wrapper, Label, Battle, and Stepper. j
WbulcMle and for Export by the Propri.-tm-i, WorceVr ;
Cmte an-1 illackwelt, Lnndoo, Ac; and by Grocers and :
Utltsen aairmally. 694 ly
ELEY'S AMMUNITION !
THE BOX FR. CARTRIDGES
; ii. voss,
a. S 3Ierth.int street, opposite Pallor's ITonie,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
HAS CO X ST ANT I. V ON HAND
rSjiQcS-'-'A Ur8 rity of
Which he offrs for sole at the loirest market prices.
Con j let ine of
Sett of beat Black Walnut P-rlor Furniture.
Spring back tuty Chair, Ixonpn. Mattranse.
X7 Hair and fpring Slattraiuwa. Window Slialrs an.1 Slip
Corera made to onler. Old Furniture re-upholstered, rt-(.aired
aH.I varnihel with warranted satisfaction.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing t It w hero.
XJ" Trrum IlruoBable..L
All ordSt from Ehip-mastrrs and tlie otl.er Iland will te
promptly attended to. 714 ly
FOR SA L E
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS,
JOHN THOMAS VATERHOUSE !
AX ASSORTMENT OP
GOODS JUST RECEIVED
IN THE A 1 CLUTEU SHIP
! account of religious belief or worship, and respect
lor places ol sepulture.
Article fifth recognizes the individual liberty of
expatriation, but reprobates any other than an
entirely voluntary emigration ; and both nations
agree to pass laws making it a penal ofl'enso "
for any person to take a Chinaman from his
country or a United States citizen froiri this
country, to any other country, 44 without their
free and voluntary consent respectively." Thus
it appears there is no danger of coolie immigra
tion no need of State legislation on the subject
for both the United States and China are bound
to prevent it.
The 6ixth article guarantees that our citizens
visiting or residing in China, and reciprocally
that 44 Chinese subjects visiting or residing in the
United States," shall 44 enjoy the same privileges,
immunities and exemptions in respect to travel or
residence, as may there be enjoyed by the citizens
or rubjcct8 of the most favored nation ; but noth
ing herein contained shall be held to confer natu
ralization upon the citizens of the United States
in China, nor upon the subjects of China in the
Lnited States. ' I his last clause was tacked on
in the Senate; but was needless, because the
privileges granted are only such as, are conceded
to all foreigners 44 in respect to travel or resi
dence," and not in respect to naturalization,
which is a matter over which Congress lias
exclusive control under the express language of
the Constitution. The object of tlie treaty is
simply to secure protection for our own citizens
in their persons and property in China, by guar
anteeing the same protection to Chinese subjects
Article seven gives to citizens of either country
tlie same rights which other foreigners have to
enjoy the privileges of the public educational
institutions under the control of the Government
of the other eountry, and reciprocally to establish
and sustain schools of their' own at places where
foreigners are by treaty permitted to reside.
This article, it will be Been, concedes only the
! privileges wtucn others loreignors nave in the
Wcat lomt and .Naval Academies those being
the only schools under the control of our Cov
The eighth and last article disclaims44 unnec
essary dictation or intervention by one nation in
r A For ."nider-F-nftelrf of -577 bore, and for jF
il the Henry, and Mmrtlni-Henry Rifle of f
? -oO bnre. adopted by Her Ma-ty'a War f mm . I I
department, abo of iOO bote fur ilUitary lK fcS i
o a a
WATERPROOF CENTRAL-FIRE ME-
LLIC CARTRIDGES with enlarred
Kate Ix lmail bt rea, adopted by roreifrn
(iuvernoeuM for converted Cbasaeput,
berdan. Remington, and other hitler ; also
Cartri.lra fut Bailanl. the Spencer, and
American li'nry Kpentiog Kitlri.
Tl.e -KLEV &J.XER" arc the cheapest
Cartrhler known, carry in Uaeirown ini-
tiuo. anl lwin mate wholly of metal, are waterproof apd im
perishable in any climate.
The above rartri.lTe taw (empty) of all a! its, and for the
rfidVrrnt (jituoil ot MTV ' -lu-.lins kiflea, can be had with or
wiUuiot the taiublc Bu.'Wi aiul Macliinea for finishing the Car-tr.l-f.
no.Xnt CARTRIDGV bore for Beroirinr PUtol,
B-ie.1 in Her laje-ty' Many.
t oppERRiM i irk cartridges r an ix, rur Smith
tt Wenon'a, Tranter', and ntlier Pwket Eevulvera.
riN-CARTRIDOUfur Lafj acbea x RVrol vers of 12-m .9m,'
ail 7-m . lore.
CtXTRAHIRt and PIN-F1RK CA RTRIDOtS for all aisea
And systimia of Ouni, RiB, and KevoivLTJ.
Pi-Mihle Wt rpniof and K. II. Cp. Patent Wire C-irUii!vi,
Frit Hun Wal lm4 tnw tSn-U an.1 Morr.lt Loa.lrrs, and every !
u-tjenpuon uf .-pnr:iK an .M'l-nry Annamtmn.
i; II A V S I . N KOAI), LO.VUOXt
1 WHOLES ALK OXLT. eowly
NTI G O !
A Great Variety, New and Desirable,
11 lotoyji'a p 1 1 y
IMPROVEMENT "lT THE ORDER OK
ine day. Ilavtnx cmatrortrd a k Sky-lirhu and male
vartnaa lw imivrmrutj, I hoc now tu be Me to anit th4
moat faatuluioa wtlb
Vf tiny ,S'L:.;-tM t'rjt'tl to u .Vuinmottt, taken it
the test of the Art,
An t on moat reaaonable tcrma. At-, for tale VUwi of tha
Iu oil,, r'ortraiis of King. Q.ietri. an-1 other NoCiblea, Ac
' ' a. L. CMAet. Fort Street.
Or .uxiizK5-wEicm.G from 700
TO a. OOO fn.!a.
ALSO, COUMHIt SCALES.
Tar aale by
C. BREWER A CO.,
Stoves sulci Itaiiscs.
5! For tale
COOK'S TOKEN" COOK STOVES-
Chelsea Ranges. Srm ? . rut a
3 C. BREWER A CO.
Coal, Coal !
AMHR1C1TE COlLFOh STOVES.
For aale by
m 3m C. BREWER A CO.
Anchors and Chains.
ANCHORS FROM 300 TO Soft TPs
AM CHAI.N3 I to J. For sate by
'13 3m C. BREWER A CO.
.Oil Shook. :
x4r.fl TtAURELS SECOXD.HAXD OIL,
V J SHOOKS. For aale by
C- BREWER A CO.
ill' LL SIZES FOR SALE BY
C BREWER A CO.
AX HATCHETS. SHOVELS. CROWBARS
For aale by (71i 3m) C. BREWER A Co.
Ink, Ink, Ink !
XJTOR SALE AT II. M. WHITNEY'S BOOK-
Ma ynard Arnold Writing and Copying Ink, . In quart
poaU and ronea, '
TaadJena Davida A Co' writing and Copying Ink, in quirt.
pinta and cnoea.
ArnrJd'a Writing Flaid and Copying Ink, In qoarta and pints,
Blackwood A Co.' gvel Pen and Copying Ink, in pints,
Edward A. Lambert's Violrt Writlo Fluid, in qoarta,
Thatldeos Davids A Col's Red and Bias Ink, in cones.
Thaddens Davids 4- Co.'s Brill-ant Carmine Ink. 662
Fine Blank Books,
JCST RECEIVED HER IDA HO, DIRECT
from Boston, an in votes of
Prince's Celebrated Blank Books !
Mto Expreaaly ( Order,
Aa4 eoperior to any other make, cuosutiog of
LEDGERS, of mil ,
JOURNALS, f all ,ttt,
RZCORUS, of tl tittt, 4C ire.
Thoao wishing tn obtain blank bocks which will give perfect
sntl'faction, w.U ,l-a examine.
- II. M. WHITNEY.
CHRISTY AND OTHER II ATS, ZOI'AVE
JLac!icY Fancy Goods
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
Of every Deacrip'.ion.
Stationery, Soap, Saddlery,
BlULirS, 1 AXD i DISIlrX DIGS AU ItiGCI.VC,
A LARGE FELECTIOX OF
Anchors, Chains, Try Pots,
Sheet, Bar, and Pig Iron !
CoatlnaoiH Ira Fr-nt-in, re nee Wire,
Hubbuck'f White Lead, Zinc & other Paints
WhitlMg, Tiniled Oil, Fully.
( Cf.afh; Ilosin, SJ,tt. Shert Lead, Corrugated avd
I'labi Iron Sheets,
Floor Oil Clotb, Diflerent Widths,
Castile Soap, Olive Oil, Loaf Sugar,
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS
BRUSSELS CARPETS & RUCS
BITTES 1XD OTHER SJLT 1 BIGS,
Cftarcoal Jrow, Uriel, Slates, Block Tin. Agri
cultural Implements, Fish Hooks, -c.. dtc.
713 2a -
Timber and Firewood For Sale.
OIIIA AND KOA TIMBER,
Uhia and Kua Looiber,
Ship Timber and Firewood,
DELIFERED TO ORDER ALONGSIDE.
709 6m Kaawaloa, South Eon, Hawaii.
JnL-f lend me ten dollars till I sell my
dorg." Jake replied soothingly and sympa
thically " O, Jim ! I wouldn't sell him."
Some of the Bostonians say they are
lusuallv frmtified at receiving specimens of
-D - 1.... ... 1 .4
iev llampsnire graniie, uui meji "um
prefer not to have them come packed in
.Beggar woman : " Please, sir, give me a
penny lo keep me from starving!" Gent:
"Can't stop; in a great hurry; I've got to
make a speech at the Society for the .Relief
! of the Destitute."
j Who's that gentleman, my little man ?"
j was asked of an urchin.. " That one with
the spiketailed coat?" " Yes," was the re
sponse, " Why he's a brevet uncle of mine."
" How's that ?" was asked. " Cause he's en
gaged to my aunt Mary."
Husband "Oh, Eugenie! Eugenie! is it
possible that you persist in wearing the hair
of another woman on your head?" Wife
Oh, Alphonsf. ! Alphonse ! is it possible that
you jiersist in wearing the skin of another
calf upon your foot ?"
An cbsent minded gentleman, writing a
letter at the breakfast-table, dipped his pen
in his coffee and continued his letter. No
ticing his mistake, he put a lump of suga in
the ink, and then finding his second blunder,
poured the contents of the inkstand into the
ofTee-cup to set it right.
In an intensely Democratic county of Cali
fornia a number of teachers were being ex
amined before the County Board for the cer
tificate. The questions were printed and the !
answers in writing. One of the questions in
Itixtory required the teacher to" give a brief'.
! description of Sherman's march through !
deorgia. A Kepubhcan teacher wrote his
answer, Like a dose of salts."
n . vr,,i
Me.i.j, the affaiwanddomeBtiondminiBtration of another,
church one Sunday, passed a number of; in regard tu tho construction of railroad,, tele
specimens of " Young America ' amusing graphs, or other internal improvements," and
themselves with a game of marbles, mixed ! concedes to the Emperor the " right to decide the
fancy with swearing. " My boy," said Mr. B. time, manner and circumstances of introducing
to an interesting youth of eight years "my Bucn improvements. And it is agreed that
nuuiicici liic jjiupciur nnau ueiermine 10 enter
upon such workB, our Government, upon his
application, will designate and authorize suitable
engineers, to be employed, protected and paid by
him. Such is the substance of the new treaty.,
Spurgeon As he "Was and la.
Those who go to listen to Mr. Spurgeon at the
present day with notions derived from the reputa
tion ne carnea tor himselt in the pasc, will unques
tionably be disappointed. He no longer indulges
in ujudc ixxviiiiitiuco wuivu uiu bo mucn origi
nally to attract notice to his preachins. He etill
says sterling things, and it is by no means un
common to see a broad smile flit across the faces of
bis congregation, even when he is Bpeakinc about
the most solemn eubjects ; but the extravagance of
nis earlier days is toned down.
The writer, for his part, must declare that lie
went to listen to Mr. Spurgeon as strongly preju
diced against him as one could well have been ;
but that after hearing him preach at least half a
dozen times, and after reading more than a score
of his printed sermons, he finds his old prejudice
entirely destroyed. In their placo he is tree to
corners mat ne entertains a very lively admiration
of the great preacher's simplicity and earnestness.
He has no respect for his iiterarv nowers. nor has
he any sympathy with the forbidding character of
much ot tns theological creed, but lie has never
heard a preacher who was able to impress bis au
dience with Buch a 6ense of his own earnestness
and sincerity by means so simple as those which
Air. JSpurgeon uses to effect this end. Hi3 ser
mons arc, like his prayers, entirely extempore.
The preacher stands in front of his platform,
pocRet lJioie in hand, and pours out in that
wonderlul voice of his a discourse which is al
ways telling, and which would be eloquent were a
little more pains taken with its comiiosition. To
literary merit, however, Mr. Spurireon does not
apparently aspire, nor does he ever seek to iu-
dulgo in rhetorical fireworks above the beads of
ine congregation. Un the contrary, hie first ob-
jvcfc appears to De to talfc in tlie Biuiplest manner
to each person before huu. Anecdotes, some of
mem rauier too luaicrous, one would think, to be
used with propriety in the pulpit, quaint illustra
tion and expressions, the constant use of Scrip-
a a ran 1 vtW. J A 1 a '
turn. piir-iiecs, auu iorcioie personal appeals to bis
hearers, make up tho Btock-in-trade cf Mr. Spur
geon as a preacher.
When you analyze bis sermons you marvel at
the effect they have produced ; but when you
listen to them as a whole, rolled forth by that
magnificent voice, and evidently coming straight
lrom the heart of a man terribly in earnest, you
cease to wonder at their success. That there are
many drawbacks to the pleasure of listening to
bun we need hardly say ; he does not scruple at
times to harangue his congregation on Sunday
morning upon the political erents of the past
week ; but even when he docs not do this, it is
impossible to mistake his political creed. He
regards the church establishment as a monstrous
iniquity ; he looks upon the conservative party as
a herd composed of designing knaves and ignor
ant dopes. He is as free In praising William
Ewart Gladstone ' as. the Daily Telegraph iteelf.
' -St. James Magazine.
The two Roads to India.
We had our modest celebration on Promontory
Point, on May 10th, of the completion ot the Pa
cific Railroad,, which is bringing the North
Atlantic into direct communication with tha
North Pacific. On November 17th, the three
continents of the Old World, Europe, Asia and
Africa, will unite in celebrating an event of aa
much importance to them as our great railroad is
to us on this continent; : The Central Pacific
.Railroad commenced work in 18C3, and the Union
met and joined it six years afterwards. The
Suez Canal was begun in 1854, and has been fif
teen years in progress. The cost of our two
railroads was, in round figures, 100,000,000.
The cost of the Suez canal, when finished, will be
$80,000,000. The first men who actively drew
public attention to the necessity of our railroad,
and presented definite plans for national aid to the
work, were probably Plumbe and Whitney, who
began the agitation scarcely more than thirty
years ao. ine Suez canai was a iavorue pro
ject of the Pharaohs. Some engineers said of our
i . - . -it 1.1 :I. r.l . I.
railroad tnai it couiu never ue uuuu ou naiu mC
French engineers, who accompanied Napoleon
Bonaparte to .Egypt, of the Suez Canal ; so Baid
the second Stephenson and a host of English en
gineers when Lord l'almerston questioned them
on the practicability of M. Lessep's Bcheme. The
Suez Canal will open a short cut to India for all
Bteamers and sailing vessels now afloat, with full
cargo, except the Great Eastern. That vessel,
when Bhe steamed out of tbe Thames with the
French cable on board, drew nearly five feet more
water than there is in, the canal. The completion
of this great work will not sen&ibly diminish the
time spent by passengers en route for Ceylon,
Bombay, Calcutta and Madras, but it will mate
rially shorten the number of days spent in the
transit of heavy goods. From all Chinese ports to
London, and vice versa, there will be a sharp
competition between the two roads, the eastward
by the Suez Canal and the westward by the Pa
cific Railroad. Bulletin.
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: ; 'u , : i
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400 Kegs Cat Nails, in good Assortment.
Blue and White Thread,
Cases White and Dlue Cotton Thread.
Glassware, consisting of DUhes, Tumblers, &c,
Dayhreak in France.
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I CAN SOW SITPPIV ALh APPLICA NTS
lor APPLTO.T8 JOURNAL, all the daXra, from Noa I
lo 27, having b-n rvir-J. Trriu, 115 n vr-nr.
e-ft II. M. WHITNEY".
boy, I am frightened." "Are you?" an
swered buttons, quite naively, " why the
devil don't you run, then, ?
Quakeress, jealousof her husband, watched
his movements, and one morning actually
discovered the truant kissing and hugging
the servant girl. Broadbrim was not long in
discovering the face of his wife, as she peeped
through the half open door, and rising with
all the coolness of a general officer, he thus
addressed her : " lietsey ; thee had betier
quit peeping, or thee will cause a disturbance
in the family."
Matriujony is hot cakes, warm bed, com
fortable slippers, smoking coffee, round arms,
red lips, tind words, shirts exulting in but
tons, redeemed stockings, bootjacks, happiness,
etc. Single blessedness is sheet-iron quilts,
blue noses, frosty rooms, ice in the pitcher,
unregenerated linen, heelless socks, coffee
sweetened with icicles, gutta percha biscuits.
rheumatism, corns, cougns, cold dinners, col
ics, rhubarb, and any amount of misery.
An Eastern editor says that a man in New
York got himself into trouble by marrying
two wii'es. A Western editor replies that a
good many men had done the same thing by
marrying one. A Northern editor says that
quite a number of his acquaintances found
trouble enough by barely promising to marry,
without going any further. A Southern editor
caps the climax by telling the story of a man
who had much trouble in finding any one to
listen to his promise to marry.
Seven Practical Rules for a Teacher.
1. Never attempt to teach what you do
not perfectly understand.
2. Never tell a child what you can make
that child tell you.
3. Never give a piece of information with
out asking for it again.
4. Never use a hard word when an easy
one will answer.
5. Never make a rule that you do not rig
6. Never give an unnecessary command.
7. Never allow a child hi a class without
something to do.
Henry Ward Beecher's views on the
amusement question are sound: He says:
44 iNo amusement is innocent if it injures tbe
participant. Every man should learn to se
lect and discriminate pleasure by his own
IT a . t . I
experiences. v nere is tne man mat eats a
certain article of food because it suits the di
gestion of his neighbor ? What man, when
taken ill, sends to the apothecary and asks
him to furnish the last prescription he put up
for some other man ! Every man should se
lect his amusement according to his temper,
circumstances of life, etc. By so doing he
will be a better citizen, a better friend, a bet
ter Christian. It ought to be a part of the
doty of the Church to see that people are
happy. Amusements should be social, nome
should be made rich and bright and attractive
as possible, so that children will not feel that
any place is happier than home."
ill IIS. B. BO K RES
BEGS TO 1XFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
having bought tbe eDtire stock of Mr. Johnston's
Tobacco and Candy Store,
. NUUANIl STREET. ;
Oppnaite to Mevsrs. A (wig & Aohuck, and having made ar
rangements lor receiving
REGILAR SrPPLlES OF FEES II CANDIES, &r.,
She will cootinue tbU business as heretofore, soliciting the ktod
patronage of her friends and the public generally. 71S cm
Oak, Afeli, Hickory.
CiPfJs PI.ANK OF ASSORTED SIZES,
P.-if- lm ported expressly for
CARRIAGE MAKERS' USE.
Tor aale by (712 3m) C. BREWER CO.
14 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS rROM
BOSTON, Tia San Francisco for sale by
C. BREWER & CO. .
N. B. These Machines, ao deservedl popular in the Tutted
States, where they have saved millions of property, will tiesold
u.r fwt and charges. (718 3m) C. B. & CO.
KNOW AUPERSOXS THAT FROM
this date OKOROK McINTYRK ha. no further interest
in the firra of . MelHTR tr BROTHER. The
business will hereafter be carried uo by the underniened under
the old name and style of H. E. McINTTRK k BROTII fcR.
tt . . r u ' H. E. McINTYRR.
Honolnlu, February 18, 1870. ; : . , . 714 im . ,
' VARIETY, OX rOKES
And other Agricultural Implements, for sale by
712 3m . C. BREWER & CO.
The Revolution in France progresses bravely.
The new Ministry, formed by M. Ollivier, has
been completed, announced and accepted by His
iviajeeiy ana Dy ine nation, xxeariy ail tne lead
ing journals commend it heartily, the exceptions
being one or two extreme Radical organs, whom
nothing short of a Republic, and a Red one at
that, can suit. On New Years' Day the Corps
Legislatit called on the Emperor, when he took
occasion to give significant assurances of his
determination to accept the new situation in good
faith and do all in his power to bring about
harmonious relations between the Chambers and
the Crown, and give peace tothe country. He
remarked that tlie changed condition of aflain
liad invested the Chambers with new prerogativei
without impairing the legitimate authority of the
Imperial Government. His speech to the bishops
was equally emphatic 'in its declaration of a
determination to bow to the inevitable, and make
rthe best of matters. That his words Lid a
reassuring elFect was shown in tbe increased
firmness of the rentes, and the general advance
of all classes of securities.
France is now on trial. What shall be tho
issue of the present experiment? Will she prove
equal to the task of working out tho problem o
liberty? The Emperor has determined to give
her a trial, and we believe a fair one. He has
staked his crown and tl.e fate of his dynasty on
the result. It now remains to be seen whether
the people will prove worthy their new privileges,
will be content to wait patiently lor the iruition
of their hopes of freedom or imperil all by de
Editors and Office. It was a great loss to the
Republican ticket in New York when George
William Curtis acclined the first place upon it.
But no one can dispute his reasons, nor fail to bo
charmed with the modest grace with which lie
states them, in the impersonal way, in Harper's
If an editor who is constantly engaged in com
ment and criticism upon public men and public af
fairs becomes a pirt of the executive government,
is he not laid under the strongest temptation to
forego tho frank treatment of all public acts and
persons, whether national or local ? Upon a whole
range of topics with which he has an official con
nection, would not his observations almost inevita
bly be suspected ? And is not an editor who does
. . ... .1 . 1 L 1
ins uuty intelligently, conscienuuubiy, com iwuei y
serving his State, his country and his party quite
as efficiently as he could 6crve them iu any office?
The independence of the press, of which we
hear a great deal of proud rhetoric, is the inde
pendence of the editor. Rut every editor knows,
and every reader can see, how easily that inde
pendence may be disturbed. If, for instance, an
editor privately solicits for his friends appoint
ments to office and is successful, his pen becomes
naturally very reluctant to censure the appointing
iiower. On the other hand, the appointing power,
in fear of newspaper hostility, is sorely tempted
to appoint tlie editor's candidate, even if he docs
not appear to be altogether worthy. Indeed, to
preserve the strict and unsuspected independence
of the press, and therefore enable it to fulfill its ,
real function in our political society, the editor
must carefully avoid every thing that creates per
sonal political obligation. Ry keeping himself
free from entangling alliances " he maintains
hin hirrhest n.uthoritv. his best influence.
Yet not the less grateful is the generous call of
political friendship which summons him to other
duties. If he cannot listen to it, he can never
forget it. It inspires him to more faithful endeavor.
It stimulates hiin to prove both that the confidence
was not misplaced and that his decision was as
wise as it was unavoidable. ;
Market Baskets, ; ,
Rolling Pins, .
Chopping Trays, .
Brass Wire Sieves.
Bales Best English 40 inch Bnrlaps.
Gr 11 11 ii y 33 ag-s,
BALES BEST GUNNT BAGS.
CASKS BLACKSMITHS' COAL.
X3C o m JZ XTXOl3L!
nos. o to o.
HEMP SAIL TWINE. .
Stoves and Cabooses,
Boston Beauty Stoves,
A New Article for Coasters,
Coaster Stoves, fitted with rails, &c, like Slaps'
HAVE ON HAND
A Fine Stock of Hardware
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
THEY ARE HE CEIVING ADDITION
Tf.. ... t.. I'. ! f F ,.. I I'l t
From San Francisco, Boston, England, ai
BRASS AND IIIOX W1KK, ASSOKTl'
for Tinmen's urr, 1
Square. Octagon and Knunil aoaorteil stars
Wails. nnrl "XTrrwirrht
stoat Nails and Ronfa, Galvnale d, a Sjilr lld AMI
Assorted nvm 8 to 20 mrh, Crosscut and Hip,
Spear's and Jackson tt Jieardnhaw'n Hand v '
ail sues. Cross cut and Jitp. f "
Ames' best hesry Round and Pqtiara Point Spades and 81w
Solid Socket and Shank Garden llors, lnnttV Hues,
Hand lUkes, 10, 12, and 14 Tooth, ;
Ames Plow Co. Eaglo No. 2 Plow-:
NKC'KO POTS, .
Assorted slr.es, an excellent article for Cookinir Kl, n.f
general use on Plantations or any where eUe. I ,;
The Best In the Market.
Gnlvnnizetl Sheet Iron.
Galvanized Tubs find Puil(
Lead I'ip and Sheet Ladt ' ,
Nance 1'ans, tin andporctlain Hi,
Brass Kettle. AsstM, f
Ten Kettles, Assort., , i
HEMP SAIL AND SEINE TWINE,
A Viae Assortment of f
Doo r Do I ( k, lo I h It rn . n ri ii (I I ro '
Blacksmiths' Bellows, Assort
Cases Men's Tennessee Saddles.
Cases American Side Saddles,
Bridles, &., c, Ac.
Nests 15 r ass Hound Shipping Trunks.
4 4 IN A NEST. ' ;'
fmrn 20 tn 30 Inch.
Rlackfimlth. Solid Pa ent Bnx Vlsrs and Itenrh Vii
IllHcksmlths' Cast Pteel Ilammers and Sledges,
Jsck Screws, large sod small.
Bets Ptorks and Dies,
Galraniaed Iron Mire Webbing-.
Powder and Shot, Double Barrel Shot Ccri
A KEW FIKCfa or P
t'aGX T-V V -"3
1 Machine for Cutting Cano Topk Zt
Extra No. 1 Boa p.
Palm Oil Soap,
Tor family ass.
WHITE SAIYT WATER SOAP.
CASES BEST LOAF SUGAR.
We Prtiposf I St-ll oir Goods at the Loh Mm
Hariri EatfH, city
AND ARK ALWAYS RKA t'Y TO MARK fj
A LIIIEItAI. DISCOUNT FOR CA8Il',
Our "Motto 1m I
A Nimble Sixpence is tetter than a Slow Su'An1
Fancy with Wool Borders. Plain Rattan Mats.
Sire 20 I 32 inebra.
THEO. H. DAVIES
Offers lor Sale
X"i3.o iron iige.
mjOTIIING HAS BKK.V FOUND TO Sl'R
Winter's: Metallic Paint !
As a protection f..r all kinds of Sheds, Buildinps, Boofs, Boilers
Iron or Wood-work exposed to the changes incident to a tropi
cal climate. It is ami corrosive, resists dampness ana nenrs
decay, and is the only armor whicti protects rrom an ricissuuaes.
For Sale Wholesale by C. Brewer & Co.,
And at retail by all enterprising dealers ic Patuts. 719 6m
American Dry Goods!
C. BREWER & CO.
HAVE FOR SALE,
Sheetings, Drillings, and Denims,
. NAMELY.- . : . :
A LIDS STARK MILUS A SHEETING.
Bales Stark Mills B Sheeting,
Bales Stark Mills A Drilling.
Cases Powhattan Denims,
. Cases Merriaaae Denials,
Cases Union Denims.
Ginghams and Cottons,
Cases Glasgow Mills Oinghams,
Cases Bleached Baltic Cottons, '
Cases Bleached forest Dell Cottons, . - v'i
Cases Bleached Truckee Hirer Cottons,
Cases Bleached Edgsrtown Brown Cottons,
Cases Blea. Rockingham Brown Cottons
CARTS AND WAGONS.
HEAVT HORSE CARTS.
Kfr;ag?tf3 Medium Horse Carts,
feSWH Light Carts, for horses or males, of stroag
wMJiiWao fMmake, suitable (or town or plantation work.
Light Concord Wagons, ' '
Lxpress Wagons, -
Light Hand Carts, -.,
Ileary Hand Carts,
' Wheelbarrows, ' -
, . Canal Barrows, e.
AH of the abore are for sale low.'
713 3m , .V p. BRKWKR CO.
Iaolin Fire Sand,
PIPE CLA1VFOR SALE BT
'13 3m . , C. BREWER tr CO.
Ualtaiiizcn Iron i'ipe,
JOR SALE BF
1 712 3m
C. BRF.WRR tr CO.
Cases Albion " Prints Gren and Red,
Cases Oriental" Prints Buff and Pnrple,
Cases " American 7 Prints Browns,...., , .
Cases "Cacheeo". Prints Browns,
Cases fine Chlnta ' Prints -VfhlU.
For Sale Low to Close Consignment',
. . - by ; ' ' -'
712 3m . .'j, ' C. BREWER fc CO.
Iesitlier 15 citing-,
OF ALL SIZEfWOR SALE BV :
T12 3m C. BRBWEK tr CO.
Coach, Varniab, m y V'.
For sale by , . - r C. BREWER CO.,
712 m '- 27 Qceen street.
Just Arrived from Liverpool,
L. X'u-H Aasortmoxit
NEW DESIGNS.' " :
Black and Colored Moire Antiques,
MUSLINS, Tamboured and Plain,
: Silk Usnbrrll-a. Fetlar. . .
Blankets, White & Blue Flannel,
- - : ' PONCHOS, ' ' ' '
CARPETS AND VELVET RUCS,
Dine Black and' Green
Lastings, Black, Unions, Bagging,
u n avt canvas;
SHEATDINO, ROOFING FELT,
.3 f T i STA7J0XEJiY,4 t,:n ' 4
Oilmen's Stores and Cheese,
Soaps ; an tl ; , IPoiniides,
l- . - v s. . ' r. j t li. i.
DunvLUe's Irish Whiskey
-M lni;c66pe&:Cos.Ale;': ''i,J
. . ' ,... . f
White Lead and Sine, Oil
V u66P.IROIrJBAIt IRON,. ;1:
' - - - ' '.i '. v 5 i. . . , . )
A Full Assortment of Stove
as FOLLorrsi ""xl in
RAY STATU STOVES, NO. O, WKLL K!0?fttchp,
I Iari Ssre, Nos. L 2, S, 4, ery populsr, 'more)
V all tfc
aa swsl A.-1 . ' ' i mm. WW. T-". .ITJ 1sT-jw '
A J it. i mii.l
Barstow Cook, Nos. 2, 3. 4. a splendid Sto
TstlUrsi Rtswra. Ro. 2,
SrlissMfn' (Jsiui !-a, K'. 1 and 2.
WasHei I rmnm, fr
Pans. Oem Pans, Ae., A c
a, tor wood, 16. tl. so. aa lk A....
WaAt Iran., Preuch Boll Pans, Oral Brown Lrtf
" A r .
114 low 1
- Mu of
HONOLULU STEAM DAKEm ofJ
B. LOVE fit BE0T1TERS, Proprietoiv fDt "
to " Ci
PH, aa t
ere it i
PILOT. MEDIUM AND NAVV II RKA
always on hand and n.ale to oM. . "
' Also, Hater. Soda and Butter Crackers,
'jKN-ty LIND C.LKVJk i
SHIP BREAD REU4KEI) oa tbe slrtr M
FAMILY IIEKAD. mads of tha faat Vim... lkl t.n. If
always on hand. I
If. B-BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST WUALf Y1
t n . - m i w-,
sr- w. V W m I V Ij
A'Koasn street, aaove Mr. Tbo. FoKtrr'a.
AM. THL'SINKhh iv II I LINE
FETRRlNAhr kUMit.an. dhh im
to. fartleuUr aiweiitirn Bald so all dHwaar4ad Tmw.
C.wi sisioV tUr. Cssrrrall Nsaird.
j-r A'J orders left with Mr. BKRTK A N D. Harbw.ii't!l loe the
Wo. 40 Hotel street, or at Mr. KKLLT'S Bubtrs. " 'vft...
, . evj i
"orLtreet, wUi be attended tu
Ciold Pcn nud tlolcterft, t W
' ' AT
HEHEY H WHITNEY'S BOOK STO
I'M' ' fi . i - . -
HI TUK IDAHO WAS
CK1VKD a i.w and choice assortment
V' OrXX IOUslf
H ha, vi
-THEBMOMETEES ' ! 'foritie,.
CALCULATED TO SCORE FROM tlmt.
U WOo rshrenbeit. T ft Cent. Ms I l'.tttm,
. ... yor Pale Dy H. M. W M'ZMAom t1
" "Novelii, Kcw mid Old, f P'
AN INVOICE JUST HECEI VF.r AT T
Bx.lt Store of (W) li. M.
UaUa Percha Wi'ir Car. and Pra II.'1
Of shew patWn." Partiet In need or a Superior Pen. H j l .
lowest rata at which they can be offered In this City, will ' "OBa
to their adrantacs to examine this stock. :Piajj