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Auckland, New Zealand.
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IT All J-scriptions J Mercaa&e Interests attended to.
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American Henry Repeating Rifle.
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perishable in any climate.
The above Cartridee cis (empty) of all sixes, and for the
different systems of Breech-loading Kifles. can be had with or
without the sniUMe Bullets ami Jdac nines irnn lining trie car
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used in Her Majesty's Nary.
COPPER RIM-FIRE CARTRIDGES of alt sixes, for Smith
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We will attend to the Sale of Sugar, and all kinds of Island
Prod ace. Also, to the Purchasing and Forwarding of Mer
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HAVING BEEN" ENGAGED IX OUR PRE
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and dispoaeof Island staples, sucn as 3airar,Kice,8yrups, Pain,
Coa, -, la advantage. Consignments especially solicited
for the Oregon market, to which personal attention will be paid,
and npoa which cash advance will be made when required.
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San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Parties la r attention given to the sale and purchase of mer
than lise, ship' business, suppl ring whaleshlps, negotiating
XT A II freUrht arriving at San Francisco, by or to tho Ho-
oolula Lino of Packets, will be rorwarJod rui or coimissioa.
X7 Eachange on Honolulu bought and sold.
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ISLAND OF LAIMAI !
The Abupuaa of Kaa,
FORM EKLY BELONGING TO THE
Princess Kamamalu's Untate, within GO miles of Hono
lulu, coost'uuting the north-east e. d if tbe Inland, com
prises about ZO.OOO A err of suprrisr Urai
Iwad. having now aUiut 3.60 lieep running uon it, and
capable of feedir r at least 10 000 head, even in the present
sute of drouth. The land is well wooded, wilh utrce groves of
small timber. There are two inall bays, Awalua and Honopu,
which affixed convenient landings for schooners. There is a
station on it with two cottages, and two pens for sheep.
THE AHUPUAA OF KEALIA KAPU,
Formerly belonging to the Josna Kaeo tjtate, Is nitaat&i in the
centre of the island, crossinit the main Palawai Valley, and di
viding the Government lands. Comprise, about 4.0(10 Acres.
It contains a good mountain spring, ha some choice groves of
timber, and has a good schooner landing. Both lands are well
supplied with water for stock on the beach.
TIY' are about 3.S00 Acres in Kaa, and 600 Acre in K o
alia?! rich, level, mellow soil, equal to the best in this King
dom lor th growth of Sugar lane, and upon which superior
Cane has grown, which would afford a fine opportunity to a
capitalist to establish an extensive an i productive Sugar Plan.
tation. XT Title. re Moiplt.
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Or WALKER A ALLEN,
737 lm Honolulu.
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tx which the names of Lea and Perrins have been forged, U. and
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Characteristic Sayings of Americans.
From the Columbus (Ohio) Journal.
Some one with a good memory for such, might
make a very readable article Irom the best re
membered and most characteristic eayings of
Americans. Here are a few which may serve as
specimens of what might be done with time and
Samuel Adams, known for many things, seldom
has his name associated with the phrase first ap
plied by him to England " Jsation of shop
keepers." It was John Weslev. and not Charles Sumner.
who first spoke of slavery (the slave trade) as
the sum of all villainies."
Franklin said many things that have pawed into
maxims, but nothing that is better known and
remembered than 44 he has paid dcor, very dear,
for his whititle."
Washington made but few epigrammatic
speeches. Here is one : 44 to be prepared for war
is the most effectual means of preserving peace."
Did yon ever bear of old John Dickinson?
Well, he wrote of Americans, in 1768 : 44 by
uniting we stand, by dividing we fall."
Patrick Henry, as every school boy knows,
gave us 44 give me liberty or give me death,"
and, 44 if this be treason, make the most of it."
Thomas Paine bad many quotable epigrammatic
sentences : 44 rose like a rocket, fell like a stick ;"
44 times that try men's souls ; " 44 one step from
the sublime to the ridiculous," etc.
Jefl'erson's writings are 60 besprinkled that it
is difficult to select. In despair we jump at 44 few
die and none resign," certain as applicable to
office-holders now as in Jefforson's time.
Josiah Quincy, Jr., said,44 wheresoever, when
soever, or howsoever we shall be called on to
make our exit, we will die freemen."
Henry Lee eave Washington his immortal title,
44 first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts 1
of his countrymen.
Charles Cotesworth Pinckncy declared in favor
of 44 millions for defense, but not one cent for
44 Peaceably if we can, forcibly if we must," is
from Josiah Quincy, 1811.
John Adams did not say, 44 live or die, survive
or perish, I'm lor the Constitution," but Daniel
Webster did say it for him.
The revolutionary age alone would give us our
article had we time to gather the pearls. Coming
down, we pass greater, but not more famous men,
Davy Crockett, the illustrious author of 44 beJ
sure you're right, then go ahead."
Andrew Jackson gave us, 44 The Union it
must be preserved."
lien ton almost lost his original, identity in
44 Old Bullion," from his 44 hard money " doc
trines. Gov. TIiroopofNew York was called 44 Small
Lisht Throop " for years from a phrase in a
Scott's 44 hasty plate of soup " lasted his life
Taylor's battle older, 44 a little more crape
Cajit. liragg," will be quoted after he is forgotten
by 44 all ttie world ana the rest 01 mankind.
Seward is known for the 44 irrepressible con'
flict " wherever the English language is spoken
Marcy's patched breeches are as well remem
bered as his State papcre.
Itufus Choate gave us44 glittering generalities."
Uur own liill Allen, the 44 Lhincse uoaz, is
responsible for 44 54:40 or fight."
Tom Corwin's 44 welcome w ith bloody hands to
hospitable graves," one ot his nob!e6t utterances,
gave him more unenviable criticism than any
other saying ot his lite.
Calhoun cave us 44 State rights " as a mo6t
pernicious and absurd equivalent for national su
premacy under the Constitution.
Douglas applied 44 squatter sovereignty," though
it is probable that Cass invented and Calhoun
Stringfellow was the original 44 Border Ruffian."
War times gave us no end of epigrammatic utterances.-
Those of Lincoln alone would fill a
volume. Chiefest of all these that noble, god-like
The Islands of the Sea,
Rev. L. H. Gulick, WLI)., of Honolulu, Secre
tary of. the Hawaiian Board or Missions, spoke
last evening at the Broadway Tabernacle Church
on 44 Christian Missions and their results in the
Pacific Ocean." After speaking of the physical
peculiarities of the islands of the Pacific and the
number and distribution of their population, he
Btatcd that the chief characteristic of the Malayan
ice was the impressible nature of its members.
They first became known to the civilized world
about 300 years ago, but little intercourse was
established with the islanders of the South Pacific
until within a century past. The first intercourse
was of a commercial character, and the impressi
ble natives very readily adopted tbe vice of civil
ized Bociety, and contracted its diseases. The
invariable result has been a decay among the dif
ferent tribe, and a very decided decrease m their
numbers. The speaker recounted many incidents
connected with the discovery of the 'different
islands by the whites, and the effect which it had
on the inhabitants. There had been many out
rages and abuses perpetrated, and though com
merce was necessary to open the way to evangel
ization, it was very doubtful whether its influence,
when not followed by a propagation of the Gospel,
was not bad rather than good. The Sandwich
Islands, when discovered by Captain Cook, are
represented as having had 400,000 inhabitants.
When first visited by American missionaries, fifty
years later, the number had decreeed to about
100,000. The effect of the spread of Christianity
among them had been to arrest this decay, and
great'progress had been made toward producing a
sound and healthy state of society. Nowhere
were the people so low and degraded, but some of
the higher traits of the human character could be
found in them. Many incidents were related in
which the nobler feelings had been exhibited by
the savages when in their worst state. Tlie
proper way to go to work with these heathen, the
speaker said, was not to try to impress them with
our own Bnperior knowledge and greatness, or to
controvert their harmless customs, such as sub
sisting on cocoanuts and going without clothes,
but there could always be found in them two
principles through which the teachers could work
or their conversion to Christianity and to a civ
ilized mode of life. There was a belief in a deity
or some great external power, however vague and
superstitious their ideas on this subject might be,
and a power of distinguishing right from wrong,
Un those the missionary couia
The Darien Survey.
Report f Captala SelfriHge, Cosissuaadanl
af the Expedition.
"Washimjtox, July 1. Captain Selfridge, com
mander of the Darien expedition, who arrived in
New York with, his flag ship Nipsic yesterday, re
ported in person at the Navy Department to-day.
He made a long verbal report of the results ot the
expedition to Secretary Robeson and Vice-Ad-miral
Porter, and subsequently accompanied the
Secretary to the White House, where he explained
to the President and the members of the Cabinet
the results of the different surveys, and tho pros
pects for the success of the enterprise., Tb Cale
donian and the Morti routes, both thoroughly
surveyed by Captain Selfridge and his party, are
pronounced by him as impracticable. The Sivn
Bias route can be made successful. He had not
got through with his survey of this latter route
when the heavy rainy season commenced, and he
was compelled to abandon any further progress
for the present. Beside this, the entire supplies
fWr the expedition were exhausted. Over GOO
pairs, of shoes had been worn out by the men,
with other clothing in proportion. This San
Bias route includes twelve miles of the Bayauio
river, which is eighteen feet deep at low water,
o rw 1 f3 feet &t hirli tide, with an excellent sur
rounding country rand also 20 miles of mountains
or verv hteh hills. There he was engaged in sur
veying when be was compelled to give up, on ac
count of the rainy Bcason, exhaustion or supplies,
etc He says that there is no doubt but that the
rannl can be cut throush this 20 urnes irom utu
frrv Annnn f nil that the onlv thins to be now con
sidered is the cost. He says that if this Govern
ment feels too poor to undertake the work them
selves, they should make a proposition to the
Great Powers of Europe, and make it an interna
tional enterprise, with guarantees from all the
Powers for its preservation imu euiuijr, im
Government to bear equal portions 01 me expense
Capt. Selfridge's reports ana expianuuoun
hio-hly complimented by the President, the tabi
np?i unii Admiral Porter. The President
sentiment, 44 with charity for all and malice to
McClellan's chief exploit was to make us ac
quainted with the phrase 44 change of base."
Grant gave us 44 fight it out on this line,"
44 unconditional surrender," 44 I propose to move
immediately upon your works," 44 bottled up,"
and a hundred others. It seems to have escaped
notice that Grant is responsible for more of these
characterizing, elementary crystalizations of
thought than any military leader of modern times.
Sherman first gave utterance to the great truth,
showing at once statesmanship and military sa
gacity. 44 The Confederacy is a shell," and he
had the rare felicity of practically demonstrating
his own theorem by the 44 March to the Sea."'
Sheridan s character and his style or fighting
are expressed by 44 sent them whirling up the
Pope's unfortunate orders from 44 headquarters
in the saddle," gave Gen. Lee opportunity for
the one solitary joke of his lifetime 44 what can
you expect of a General who puts his headquarters
where his hindquarters ought to be?"
Butler, more incisive with the pen than with
the 6word, cut through one of the knottiest prob
lems of the war with the name, 44 contraband."
expressed himself much pleased with the results
of the expedition so far, and stated that he would
recommend to Congress further appropriations for
the enterprise, and appeared to think that this
country should uo all tne wors iteeu,
all the benefits. Capt. Selfridge was to-day re-
UpvpA from the command of the A tvstc and ordered
to Portland, to prepare for the renewal of thesur-
1. The 6teauier Guard is on her way
cone to .Panama, xnese, wim me jwo vom-
C , . 1 1 A. - Al-.-A I.
prised the fleet. Capt. scitriage states mat no
lost one man by drowning, and three by de
sertion, and that the general health of the fleet,
officers and men, was excellent, considering tho
disagreeable rainy season.
1 ri 1..
liOWCVUr lecUlU. wil luuec tuo uumiunui v wuiu ; ,. fll
work, and out of an ignorant and imbruted savage hoe phij:iderhiai anj the steamer Nyack
develop a Christian, not strong and farm in the . Panama ThcH(Sf witl, the Nipsic c
irrnii, uut yet lar cicvtueu uoovu inn uugmui con
dition. Allusion was finally made to the cheering
results of missionary labor in the Sandwich
Islands. Churches and schools have been estab
lished, and regular mercantile and professional
pursuits are now followed by many of the natives.
There are fifty churches with native pastors, and
during the past year 7,000 were paid in minis
ters' salaries, and $30,000 raised for all religious Some examples of the marvels of memory would
purposes. One-third of this latter amount, as I n, entirely incredible had they not been given
well as about the same proportion ot the native to us upon the highest authority. Cyrus knew
preachers, were devoted to the work of foreign J the name of each soldier in his army. It is also
missions, carrying the Gospel to the surrounding j related of Thcmistocles that he could call by
islands. The address concluded with an appeal narae every citizen of Athens, although the num-
in favor of a liberal support of foreign missions, ; ber amounted to twenty thousand. Mithridates,
both on account of the good accomplished in the
spread of the Gospel and the inestimable blessings
which it carries with it, and in the good which
the laborer and the giver derive from the exercise
of his zeal and benevolence.
The Colored Cadet at West Point.
National Military Academy were
can citizen in his new role of military cadet.
There had been rumors that negro boj's had
been appointed to the National Academy, but the
absolute arrival of an African, commission in
hand, is too much for West Point human nature
to endure. Autocrat Professors and jaunty ca
dets are speechless. The time for the breaking
forth of their indignation has not yet arrived.
They cannot do the subject justice, but their
countenances and ominous looks indicate the
Cadet Master Charles Howard, colored, comes
from the State of Mississippi. His appointment
Kinz of Pontus, knew his eighty thousand sol
diers by their right names. Scipio knew all the
inhabitants of Home. Seneca complained of old
age because he could not, as formerly, repeat two
thousand names in the order in which they were
read to him ; and he stated that on one occasion,
when at his studies, two hundred verses having
been recited by the different pupils of his pre
rfTitnr. hft rnnoHtnfl theni in 11 rvirwfl nrdrr
breathless with excitement, yesterday, at : proceeding from the last to the first.
Oduction there of a BOO of a Colored Auieri- i Trd fimnvilln fr.nlH rr-til. from hpn-Inuinc tn
end, the New Testament in the original Greek
Cooke, the tragedian, is said to have committed
to memory all the contents of a daily newspaper.
Racine could recite all the tragedies of Euripides.
It is said that George III. never forgot a face
he had seen nor a name he had heard. Mirau
dola would commit to memory the contents of a
book by reading it three times, and could fre
quently repeat too words hack ward as well as
forward. - 1 homas Cranmer committed to memory,
in three months, an entire translation of the
Bible. Enlar, the mathematician, could repeat
me liiueiu, ana LdcDmtz, wnen an 01a man, couid
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Those who sin a eood deal will be warm
hearted Christians. There are the Methodists
and the Presbyterians the one would sins the
people all to heaven, and the other would preach
them all there. Which will brin; them up
quicker? They say the one 6ide educates, while
the other excites the people. Why don't you
combine the two? It is the law of God to con
vert an intellectual into an emotional state.
The Hebrew lyrics will stand till the judgment
day. The most profound in piety will appro
priate the expressions of piety of the early ages,
as well as of later dayB and modern times. The
cream of religious thought is in hymns. Ger
many, England and America arc the three coun
tries most full of hymns, and there is no emotion
of the soul but is centered in them.
On Sunday morning, when 1 have been jaded
in despair sad, at any rate, before the organ,
voluntary was completed, I have been changed as
if taken out of January and plumped down into
iNlay winter all gone, and spring come in its
place. This Friday-night meeting, I don't think
of what I say that is least in my thought or
even ot your prayers, but I think of the joylul
singing. Many a time the Friday-night meeting
nas belped me through to bunday. 1 set my foot
down from the first, there should be singing in
this congregation. Every year there was a new
committee. It was eight or ten years before the
church would lei r.e have my own way, and now
you've got your vay, too, because you all like it,
and that is jne reason why the church is so
social, and why you all love each other so much
I always think a church that don't sing is like a
sicign riae witn no oens, a garacn witn no nowers.
A church with four 6ingers ! Four whole singers !
A thousand pair of ears only four mouths.
When singing is made to open up men's hearts,
a thousand people get four folk to do it for them
Four singers have to sing for show ; it is possible
lor them to sing devotionallv ; all things are
possible in tbe Lord. A singing church for me.
w t w i .
ana a singing nousenoia. i aon t Deiieve a
singing family can quarrel much, and if people
are ugly (and at times, 1 suppose au people are
ly I am), 1 don't think they can have a hymn
in the mouth and an ugly feeling in the heart. If
two persons have a quarrel, and sit down near
each other and sing, I don't think they can feel a
disposition to quarrel and 6ing. Beecher.
Poisonous IIair Dns and Cosjietics. We
have met received Prof. C. F. Chandler's Report
on these and kindred nostrums, to the Board of
Health of New York City. Of sixteen prepara
tions for the hair which fie analyzed, fifteen
contained had in the varying proportions shown
in the following table :
Grains of Lead in one Fluid Ounce.
1. Clark's Distilled Restorative for the Hair
2. Chevalier's Life for the Hair
3. Circassian Hair R juvenator... ........
4. Ayer's Hair Vigor
5. Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative
6. Dr. J. J O'Brien's Hair Restorer of America...
7. Gray's Celebrated Hair Restorative,...
g. I'halon'a Vltalia
0. Rings Vegetable Ambrosia....................
10. Mrs. A. Allen's world's Hair Restorer
11. L. Knittle's Indian Hair Tonique. ....... ......
12. Hall s egetabie (Sicilian Hair tcenewer........
13. Dr. Tebhett's Physiological Hair Regenerator..
14. Martha Washington Hair Restorative..
15. Singer's Hair Restorative 16.39
For a fuller account of these delectable com
pounds, as well as of sundry lotions for the skin,
4 enamels, and kindred cosmetics, sec 1'rot.
Chandler's Report, which is given in full in the
American Supplement of A he Cnemical iSews for
May, 1870, published by W. A. Townnend and
Adams, New York.
. . . . . . . t- . r . k
is irom me secretary oi ar, ana was recom- i moit ti hni r virn-ii ur,r,i r,r r,i
mended by the Hon. Lcgrand W. Perce, the! It is said that Bossuet 'could repeat, not only
newly-elected member from the Fifth District of ! , wIw.Ia Hihl hnf nil llnmor Vimiinmi
Mississippi Young Howard is a full black, of . beside many other works.
sturdy physique. He measures five feet in height j Mozart had a wonderful memory of musical
regulation size and is as bright a boy as ever . BOunds. When only fourteen years of age, he
was seen. His hair is cut tight, and his accent w1r.t n Rmo f oCwiwf
smacks decidedly of the plantation. Week. Immediately after his arrival, he went
a W,,atXoa jwin,e do w,,d dttt, S. 6ah? ! to the Sistine Chapel to hear the famous Miserere
and you dun let dat drop,' were his question , Gf Allegri. Being aware that it was forbidden
and exckimation to a hotel porter, whoaccidentaly j to take or give a copy of this renowned piece of
took up h carpet bag. His nose is s ightly r?- musiC) MJart plad llimeelf in a corn'er and
" " 7 1 a Buiuy vvtui iieai n h is gave the strictest attention to the music, and on
eortlrwi that winnnr Kk MuMtaH I. .... . u. II.. l.w . .. . ... '
Tu j. i V V ",Jv,"l,u pujwuiiy, vj leaving the cfcurch noted down the entire
tuo lueuiuu iwuru. ! A few days afterward he heard
x tie nrss Aincan cauci lanaca irom tne terry
boat with a iaunty air, and, lifting his military
hat be inquired for the est Point Hotel. On
arriving he registered his name and iu-ked for a
room. For the first time at this hotel a cadet
was refused a room. Charles said something
about hii rights, and sauntering out to the cam
pus, he asked for Colonel Jerry Black. The news
flew over to Colonel Black's who then and there,
with Colonel lwynton and others, held a very
serious council of war.
The African came and stood before them be
fore Col. Black, of the regular army, and respect
fully asked that his equality be recognized. The
Colonel warned him away with his hand, and one
by one the officers departed, speechless with
amazement. The white cadets seemed paralyzed.
"It is dreadful," says one. 44 Let's put the
nigger in the river," says another. Some of them
threatened to resign, while others talked of killing
the black boy outright.
One thing is certain the black is here. He is
undoubtedly physically qualified. He must now
drill with the white cadets until the examination
of the 24th of July. Then he will fail in mental
examination aud go back to Mississippi. This is
the programme. Tho examining officers have the
power to reject any applicant. Gen. Schriver nnd
Col. Black are opposed to the African, and while
they are at the head of the National Academy the
black boy will remain on the plantation.
Judge Hayes, M. C, from Columbia, is to ap
point a negro, and had already signed a paper of
recommendation. Gen. Butler's colored youth
was too young, and the General knew it he only
appoiniea mm ior political purposes. Jiut in the
light'of the Fifteenth Amendment, what shall we
do with tho African in our national and navy
academies, is a grave question for unregenerate
' Death of Earl Clarendon.
Another of the passing generation of English
statesmen has departed. Earl Clarendon one of
the oldest diplomats of Great Britain, who died on
Sunday, June 26tb, was born in 1800. He came
of an illustrious family, and early achieved dis
tinction, as Sir George Villiers, being appointed
Minister Plenipotentiary to tbe Court of Madrid
in 1833. He succeeded to the Clarendon title
and estates in 1838, and in 1839 vas recalled
from Spain, and served in the Cabinet at different
intervals during the rest of his life. He was suc
cessively Privy Councillor, Lord Chancellor, Presi
dent of tbe Board of Trade, Lord Lieutenant of
Ireland, Chancellor of the University of Ireland,
and Secretary of Foreign Affairs. He was first
appointed to this last-named position in 1853, in
the Aberdeen Ministry, and held the portfolio
through that regime and those of Derbv and
Palmerston who succeeded. Clarendon was a
statesman of great astuteness and keenness. He
will always be connected by citizens of the United
States with the famous Clarendon-Johnson treaty,
nogotiated by Reverdy Johnson, for the settlement
of the Alabama claims, and reiected by the United
States Senate. His eldest son, Edward, about
twenty-four years of age, succeeds to the title.
days afterward he heard it the second
time, and, following the music with his own copy
in his hand, satisfied himself of the fidelity of his
memory. The next day he sang the Miserere at
a concert, accompanying himseif on the harp
sichord, and the perfoimanco produced such a
sensation in Rome that Pope Clement XIV.
requested that this musical prodigy should be
presented to him at once. Oliver Optic's Mag
and Recording Secretary. The callantry of the
typos could not long withstand femalo influence.
Charles Dickens Funeral in Westminster
Loxdox, June 14.' At 6 o'clock this moraine
the remains of Charles Dickens were conveyed
from his residence at Gad's Hill, by train to the
Charing Cross Station. There waited at the
station a plain hearse, without the usual English
trappings, and three plain coaches. In the first
coach were placed the children of the deceased,
Charles and Henry Dickens, Miss Dickens, and
Mrs. Charles Collins. In the second were Miss
Hogarth, the sister-in-law, and Mrs. AustiD, tho
sister of Dickens, Mrs. Charles Dickens, Jr.. and
John Foster. In the third coach were Frank
Beard, Charles Collins, Mr. Offery, Wilkie Col
lins, and Eduiund Dickens. The cntiro party
were attired in deep mourning, without bands or
scarfs. There was no crowd at the Charing Cross
Station, and the procession was driven at once to
Westminster Abbey, where the remains were re
ceived by Dean Stanley and other officials, and
placed in the Poet's Corner, at the foot of Handel,
and at the head of Sheridan, with Macaulny and
Cumberland on either side. The usual flowers
were strewn upon the bier. Dean Stanley read
the burial service, the coffin was deposited in its
final resting place, and the funeral of Dickens
Upon the coffin-plate were inscribed the words :
Born February 7th, 1812.
Died Juue 7th, 1870.
Thousands of citizens have crowded to the
Abbey during the day, to look upon the spot
where the great novelist rests.
Quick Sales & Small Profit
Results of Frek Labor. It now appears that
the sugar and rice crops of Louisiana were much
larger last year than hitherto reported. In the
twenty -seven parishes in the State, 87,090 hogs
heads of sugar were raised, or nearly three thou
sand more than in 1808. The rice crop last year
was the largest ever raised in the State, amount
ing to considerably over one hundred thousand
barrels. With such 6ignal results, so immediately
following the overthrow of slavery, our Southern
countrymen are able to form some idea of the
great benefits which will accrue to them when tho
labor syBtem h;is been fully established. Never
was a truer remark than that made by Henry A.
Wise, not long since, thai slavery had been the
bane and curse of the Southern States.
I am Now Opening my New Stot
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25 Reams lest Blue Ruled Letter Psfer.
100 Kesms Conrress White Ruled Cap Pxr.
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Paints ami Paint OH!
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ASSORTED FANCY PAINTS!
Best English Boiled Faint Oil.
ElOR SALE BY
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AT THE SAME. BED If EI) PBICES. I
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"Now I Lay me Down to Sleep."
There is much in the7tawner in which religious
: 1 . 1 - . 1 r- ., rat.
VAuruiceo tire eoiiuucteu in uie lamuy. lfic wor
ship is none the less solemn because familiar.
All the surrounding should therefore be in keep
ing with the hour when the family comes into
the presence of the Great Cod. Let father and
mother sit 6ide by side, let the children not be
scattered in lounging attitudes round the room
ana at a aistanec, Dut Maced near cnoutrh to
each other to make a croup, so that tbe unity of
niv- tvuioiuji Duun ujjf tsir us wen as exist.
Parents arc not as careful as thev otiirht to ho
of these outward things in a child's relio-imiK
education. The little one is taught to say his
prayers " but Ijuw Perhaps with noise of
conversation or play about hiiu, he kneels after
he has clambered on his bed, and rattles over the
set words while he gazes round the room, ready
with the " Amen " to burst into a laugh with
those that laugh around. It is not at all wonder
ful that he grows to consider the whole affair as
very useless and unmeaning.
' O'ive your children different thoup-hts. Yon
are doing what the disciples asked tbe Lord to do
when they said, " Teach us to pray." You are
teaching your children to pray, and to pray
aright is, as Coleridge said, "The greatest
achievement of the Christian's warfare on earth."
At this hour of his childish prayer your boy
comes into communion with the Most Iligh, and
you should breathe softly, while angelslisten.
They see a deeper meaning in the act than you
can recognize. That infant petition has in it
what will touch your heart, if you will think :
" Now I lay me down to sleep.'
I pray the lrd my soul to keep ;
If I should die before I wake, .
1 pray the Lord my soul to take."
Who can keep his soul but God? What
Eossibility is in that little word " If; " a possi
ility which darts a thrill of anguish through
your breast? Into what arms could his soul
nestle if not Christ's, if it should go forth from
that fair body to-night? Will you not, then,
hush tho room, and have father and children
stand silently by, as with clasped hands and
bowed head your child kneels reverently at your
knee and solemnly lisps that prayer? Perhaps
your face will rest upon his head while your full
heart joins in the petition.
Filial Love. Filial love, in its rarer forms.
is one of the noblest and holiest kinds of human
affection, and is grateful alike to the giver and
receiver, inis sentiment was deeply impressed
upon tbe heart of Henrietta Chew, who lives in
Llmira. Henrietta is seventeen years old. and
i the other night, when she desired to go to the
circus, her mother said she shouldn't, whereupon
Henrietta picked up the rolling pin, and after
fracturins her indulgent parent's skull, she exe
cuted a war dance over her prostrate remains.
Perhaps it is superfluous to mention that the
young man to whom Henrietta is engaged has
disappeared. He was heard to remark that there
was a fine opening for bachelors in Australia,
and it is supposed that he has emigrated. He
was a man who always liked affection in an ardent
form, but lie evidently thought Henrietta was al
most too demonstrative. No cards.
One more great ocean route for passenger ships,
and another great channel of general intelligence,
has been opened across the Pacific by mail steam
ers which will run periodically between San
Francisco and Honolulu, connecting at the latter
place with another line from Sydney, in New
South Wales, and touching at Auckland, in New
Zealand, on the way. In this manner we are
brought into regular communication with the
English world ot the Pacific, which will send us
as many items of news as the other more northerly
world of China and Japan, in the same ocean.
Tbe Australians seem to like this American route
to England, for over two hundred of them came
to San Francisco in the Idaho, which was obliged
to leave over twenty of tbem at Honolulu for
want of room. Tbe new route will be a great
benefit to San Francisco, and a good help for the
long railroad at least till that rather baffling
canal of the Istlimus is established in good work
Handsomely Done. Tbe International Typo
graphical Union, in session at. Cincinnati, has
fully and in the most emphatic manner recognized
the right of women to belong to these Associations
by unanimously electing a woman Corresponding
CATOIT OI 1070 !
A SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
received txr 1
AjiX." For sule by
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HEMP AXD MANILA. ASSORTED
from inch to 8 inch. For sale by
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1f 'MURRAY'S CELEBRATED BALTI-
ul more Oysters, in 1 nnd 2 pound cans.
for snle by
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T l. S !
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G AND JA PA V TEAS.
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larily than they van Main their
J'eriixliral throajh tiny
Tho undersigned solicits the conllnuHnre of the (islnii
Ins friends and patrons, wlio will be served Willi
ami entire satisfaction, even In the smnlleat maiu-ra.
By the steam lino NKW YOKK AND LONDON
CATIONS will be furnished to subscripts
Within 30 1st AO Int front lb dm
And at prices that bxn-ly cover the cot f the nulmrripik
nnstaues tlicreou. Notwithstanding the iiicritmi of An'
postage, 1 shall continue to supply uif substriliers St tl'j
A discount of 1U per cent, from the schedule prices sn:
allowed, where over twenty dollars' won h of mtiuiI
sulMk-ribed for atone time and paid fur in otlvaiice
As the American and IUwmukii .Ibh-iio sinounlto
cents on asiiiifle paper, or $1 uH per milium, pernou 'Ii"
heretofore litained their -rl"ll'l l,y ti ail dneel S tlwir , .
dress, will Dud it to their interest to obtain theiu UinutL
Papers Delivered Free f PttsUjre or other tli
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Back numbers of the leading MaR'nines, Imi of lltrf
Weekly, Leslie's llluiruUxl and the ii!ou News sl'j
hand, files made up at short notice lm wlisliweii sml f
Subsciiptions I'aytthle A I why in Adrflj
XCoseiitlrilo Cement !
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P1IIE LAND KNOWN AS KOLO," SITU-
I ated in South Kona, Island of Hawaii, and containing
458 acres of area by survey
1. uundl wr mis vu It. iouhj ictus. Aula
of Land is well wooded with a heavy frrowth of tpt
kmm Ohia timber, suitable for Firewood and Ship Work
of every kind. All of the Timber stands within a mile of the
beach, where there is a rood anchorage at ail seasons of the
yesr. The amount of firewood on the land is sstimated by
parties who have examined it at
S,000 or S,oOO Cords.
Title FEE SIM PLE.
office of the undersigned.
For further particulars, enquire at the
(7S8 lm) 8. B. DOLE.
IN THE WEEK.
ALL, EVERY DAY
Hoars from 9 1. II. U 10 P. )IM
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The last Friday evening- of each month reserved for the meet-
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Fire, Fire, Fire!
14 FIRE EXTIXOUISIIERSFROM
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C. BREWER k CO.
B. These Machines, so deserved !r popular In the United
States, where they have saved millions or property, will be sold
for cost and charges. (72 C B co-
New York Herald, , IVr Annum. .'
" " Tribune
X inies, ............... . . ...
Boston J-urnal................ ..........
Botii Ail vert iser.
New Yorw Ledger, (a Story Family l'.ei ).
Leslie's Illustrated NewspaprrweeklJ. . .
HarK-r's B-str (weekly).
r-an Francisco eeklies, each... ...... ...
Appleton's Weekly Journal ......
New York Courier des Kt ils L tns
San Francisco .French Com r. ................
Leslie's bu-ljfet of Fun (monthly)....
The Irish American
The N ation. week ly
The xniericau Agricultural. .........
The Scientific American .............
New 1 ork Observer
New York Evanvelist.
New York lndeie:ideiit I.
Hearth and lloiue
Harper's Monthly Maisilne f
Atlantic Monthly Magazine,
Putnam's " .....
Leslie's MbKatine or Fashion,..
Hunt's Merchants' Magazine,
London Cornhill Magazine,...
Loudon Society "
Blackwood and the 4 BriUsh Quarterlies,
Either one of the 4 British Quarterlies
Loudon Art Journal...
liood Words '
Uur Young Folks. ..............................
Demoresl's Mngsinc of sushiou.... ...........
Lillell's Living Age
All the Year bound ,
Tbe Galaxy (semi-monthly)
North American hWview, (Quarterly ).
Hours at Home
At bur's llotue Magstine
London Illustrated News, (weekly,) i
f uncu, t wctkij
9 .. ..
M 1 .
" Despatch, .v rork
P.ll Mill flklrtta .- r.I
" bsturdsy Beview j, j MrhlCD
on Weekly Times : f - V wt
Liloya s vteesiy newspaper,. ......--
XT All sabseriptioos for SIX onms win vm tuni" -
The above list comprises the best of British n,'A.'j"r
sriodical HU-rature. They are regularly reetcea n
packet from the vowi niaia. anu can w '"rr
application. The undersigiici wiiiaisoornerny man
not In tbeabovs Ust forth who may dsire them.
Besides the above, the following papers can always v
the counter on Uie arrival of each mail i
Oregon papers, .New Bedford papers,
Cincinnati papers, California paws,
Maine papers, Worcester psrs,
Kansas papers. floslosi spcrs,
And many outers, too numeiousiospecoi
CALIFORNIA SIEWSI'i PEIIjui
The following are received by Express regularly ,1
all In xlvanra of lh mulli. They will ne lorwarim.
acribera by me, pottagti prepaid, at tl annxy
n..ii...r ..........to PSrllP
,1 wl I J iuip:u u, ....... m I
Ait, 0 I
Sacramento Union, f
si . ti Th. tindersitfncd bss an agent in San FrA
. a r....4 ,i, abova natiers. which are ofl"i
board atter lbs vessels are nnder tall, without regartif
ytense, thus enanling suuacriuen iw uuiu mcir f."
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