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II. YY. SEVIMUXCE & CO.,
con ,n i ssi o. .71 1: itc h a. ts,
4 OS FRONT ST.
Corner of Cliy Sre, SAN FUANCIiCO.
Vt. K. I.KVrhtr.iE,
A. P. EVER KIT.
LEVERIDGE, EVERETT & CO..
Forwarding Si locjniisioii .llfrcbauls
31 S FROST STREET, CORN Kit COMMERCIAL,
ParUcalar attention paid to "or.i;;nioen!. of I-lao.l Produce.
.T. IOi.ri.Ii";ii V: Co.,
COII.II I SS I U. .11 1: ItC I J A A TS,
SAVING IJKKX ENOAfiED IN OUR PH E-
II Mill koiiimi for uprii of aeveo year, and being;
Ix.-a'rl Inttrt pmnf brirk uil.l;nz, arr i-rej.arr J to rwi
mill 4inof llnltaple.iacla.'uifr,Rice.iruj.,Pulii,
Coffee. .. to a.vn'ar?. CVmiinmriiti eicially oiicitetl
for the Oreoa market, to which pronal aiu-ntioa will r !uiJ,
ol arxja wLicb eaah a War- will be mv1e when reiulred.
8 raciiwo Rr:
BaJ-p-r k LioJeuberirer, Ja. Patrick Co.,
VraO. Iken, W. T. Coleiaan li Co.,
Fteen, Baker Co.
Allen t Lewis. LaIJ TUtoo. Leonard A: Green
& W l-r k Alien. I)
Portia nil, U.
CORBITT & MACLEAY,
Importrrs, ".Yliolrsalc (.roctrs aud j
; loiiiuiiwwioii llerchaiitM,
Shippers and Dealers of Oregon Produce. !
Otflre- lOH Califwrniia Slrerl.
3omd 15 Frwal.Maid I O JL I 2 Firal Si.
W. C. Ralaton, Kaq.. Dank ol California Sa Franciaco
I'hu deKo, K. Preaident l. P. & P.fcugar Co. San ranciM
Mea.r. Croa M Oo ...........-" .-..-.-- (
Mew. LadJ Tilu.n. Hanker ura... .-Bo
Bank of Britiah Columbia p.,rtUil, Oregon
Mmwt U o.HrDiih Co Portland, Oregon
Corokt, Iail.ni o Portland, Orer.u
Ueuri. Uishop Co.. Banker Honolulu
Cataaiicaaueala f lalnnrl Prsdurr Solicited.
job m caasks
J. C MERRILL & Co.,
Commission Merchants and Auctioneers,
' 204 and 206 California Street,
tSsxiA X1 mncinco.
ALSO, AGENTS OP THK
San Francisco and llonolulu Packets.
Partloularattentionariven to the sale and purchase ol mer
thandiae, ihlp' bualne, (applying whalehip, negotiating
Vu freUht anlrlnic at 8a FrancUco. by or to the Ho
oo.ulu Line ol Packet, will beforwarJed feek or conmartiu.
XT Kxchaoge on Honolulu bought and sold. XI
Ur: C L. Richard A Co Honolulu
II. IIackfel.1 Co "
- C. Brewer & Co "
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Dr. B. W. Woid "
Hon. R. II. Allen "
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I MILI.IXERY GOODS.
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
I HOSIERY, ZEPHYR WOOL, Ac, Ac.
I X WAVING RESIDENT" BUYERS IX THE
) II East and In Europe, and beinj In direct communication
; with Us manufacture, we are enabled to get Ooods on the
j beat term and to tell accordingly.
i Oar Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
' Coast, and we Invite the
? Especial attention of Honolulu Merchant
to an examination of the same.
Particular attention given to Order.
I TOBIN, DATISSON A CO.
. . Corner Sutter A Sanaome Streets,
d4 it Kranriarw. Cnla.
j FLINT, PEAEODY & CO.,
I Shipping & Coruniision 3Icrchan(s,
! a a j m 1 5 TP . .
Agents 01 iracinc ijarrei ana ii.eg iompany.
Abb PasraBKD to
Farahh Krg and Carrf! Shooks la ny Qaantity
And IifsjfCtjidUj stoUrlt votis'iijnnituli oj Sitijars
V ? ASD Id LA 31 D fKOULCa.
I i CT REFER TO
f mm . ... . O
Messrs. 11. llackfehl It Co...
H -' Meur. Castle Jt Cooke......
?!. 40S California Street, San Frauci.co.
W. K. LFVERIDCK.
a. P- KVSRCTT,
31S Front St. Sau Francisco.
LEVERIDGE. WAD HAMS & CO
(SUCCESSOUS TO R. G. SXEATU.) i
WholcNale Gr i-o c o is
Forwarding and Commission Merchants.
Particular Attention paid to fonsisnmtnt of
7 Saadwirb laltaatl Produce. ly
EMERSON, COR VI L. 1, 12 & CO.
Saddle Rock Oyster House,
AlO Pisie Si r- I.
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San Bruno and Raccoon Straits
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(The Finest Flavored Oyster in the work!)
At Honolulu, during the Winter Months,
IN GOOD ORDER.
3?rice 84.00 ;i Hundred.
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jEating House and Lunch Room
i X. 4 MERCHANT STREET. ON'
HU'IAY IVIOIlTVirSG. T?o. 2 till
d ft 5 pr wrrk, Single
Twa-ssly-Five C --
PIANO FOR SALE! f?F&
1CCE1VED PER R. C. WTLIE FROM
t A Superior Cottage Piano, 7-Octaves,
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$..o uv. "It n.muiely d-scntHjs every d.nei.se 2eh is h-ir
to; explains tvery -tul ira or phra t cive- th-; r-ot'a-.l.y
of the entire worll i aco,uaiuia you n.iii an ijut-J ni'ii
a d w..n.-.-i Iivii.k nr deal; des-ril" vry country, c.iy and
ion; il-r.ii.-s ev.-ry in the -U.il Unmifr: (.kiufK
tl.e birthplace end tpV' i-rtra:ts ol n.ai.y rtnl.iiicui.li. d
i-erouae. Hct. the ,rre t pr liuhc n'.n.n of pr.-per
Mi re :s a b ;r l.ic: d . i n-ry of an i.il.' in; & biblical
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y.-J wi.h '!t,' rs. -ul t"r. tuv-kii, wrr:. r-. .i i.iti.
bnt'i.i.. nilor. -', Ac . l ai c -tt iu -Icro
ln.'--i '.I 'l K.c l.IIl- ai i Ur "( lb; i.r ;
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..t U).'i.ir.K a'i't ui'4. rr.ee 10, ili, and t Is, ac
c r iing t r!y- A nn.il.i .
Tub rirroHiL Pamilt Kk.i-tvh i.f ll'jbanl. Wife ami
Children, a laH' l l' rro.lnn; fu.i i nrticular cf -nrr nirui
lrr ol ti.e farm:y. Price frvui ii ii i f 1.00 each.
T.1 Vl- 11 Win .'Thut. (,r lUrv-'Htn.i.s of In'i'le Life an.l
Kxnerieiice on liai.e. Pi i;e I I 75
i jjBBjkT or poiTar u Sn.. by Wro Cullen Brvsnt, bcinf;
Choice aeiei'tiou fr lu tbe best at'li.ori. Price .j.0O.
: Toii' CoLjitbt Hint, and How to Money. A pne-
I tlcal bock ry a practical ruar., Price (4 0.
FlutvIi's 1.-.7K i -F ("hki-t, l.ia-tratoJ, anJ most tiy-rUf
ii.ur;rl"J. IT.ce T w.
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)!. i!lu!raieil. pi ice f 10 (JO.
' III Mas Lirt I t.i.s.,ai, or 5.xa facts for Phytical Exit
1 tenre. Price f i.W.
'. Tkiixphii r EsTKMf miik, Inenu!iy ami Public ?jirit, by
1 Jau.n V&li.a. $ I .'.U.
laa Twais'i Ij"0.ts Abk ai, or the St Vi'.grixa't
I Proere.a. t lustrate.l. 4 'o
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i b.-au.;fuily illu-trat'd. 1 iU.
Th Vra" r HarrLrs. i rinf a biat. rv c.f the Frar.co-Oemian
War .f IS7H-1, by L P iiricitctt. W ith m;i. an.l illuilra
ici.stA ami Ixe:bKST4 i hi Uiiir Tim A pu.-ti k PaiL. Py
j AiU-rt Larne. 1 v..l f 1 T5.
i iiiir Kohti sir.- an.l How They w ri Vail, or the ?truL'eb-s
an I TfiUUijihs of out .-::' made .Muu. 1 vol. 8 vo. iilua.ratcd
Th pHTsiraL I.i cr Womscm, 'T Advice to the Maiden,
V ife cot Mother, by lr. aohey. 1 vol. li uio. fi.iO
Any of the above work will I nrdeted anu delivered to
ucriber in any part of the Sandwich I-landu, .n aiillcation
to II. -M. WIIITXEV.
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CUSTOM MADE SO.CAR1. EDGK BOOTS,
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Iale.nit Toilet llirror-s
Ilautl Glasses !
OF NEW PKSIQN'S, BESIDES
Dressing Table and Boudoir.
A LARGE VARIETY OP
PERFUR1ES, COSHETIQUE, FINE SOAPS,
Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes !
At M. MclXKRXV'S,
li3 3 10 C.irm r ol Fort and Merchant Btrceta.
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llTOflJ) CALL THE ATTENTION" OF
W T Planters, Stock Feeders, tlraxier. Farmers, and others,
to this IN VALUABLE STEAMER AND ISolLtK or
General Heating, Cooking and Steaming
K2T Send for illustrated circular.
A Ia s a , OX II A X 1
.A. Largo Assortment of
Second to none in the Market.
r- LVAX1ZED TflJS AND BUCKETS,
Bubher Hose, 1 2. 3-4 Inch,
Sujerior Galvanized Chamlier Pails,
FULL ASSOIITMEM OF TIX WARE.
Cases Tin Plate, f hcet Lead, 2 12 to 11 lbs.
fhe.t Iron. 1. lack and calvanixed.
Sheet C'l ier, Sheet Zinc,
Iron and Copper Tacks, Sjielter,
arust X o
Many Articles in their Lino use
ful to Housekeepers!
I.uuch Poxes, Sylabub Churns,
Spice Poxes i ml Canissers, Tea Suepers,
ChilJren's Tiays. Zinc Wa.-h Hoanln,
Ham Boilers, Plaiu and Fancy Patties,
Nests Cake and Sugar Boxes,
Trunks, Molasses Cans,
Steak Hammers, Kuife B Xes,
Crumb Pans and Brushes, Wire Covers, Kitchen Knives,
Bras Wire and Hair Flour Seives,
Steve. Pust and Scrub Brushes, Jilly and Omelet Pans,
Wood Ilar.USe Preserve Spoons.
Grid Irons, Jelly Sloul.ls. Egg P'.ievrs. and
Many Other Articles in the Above Line !
JUST RECEIVED PER CEYLON.
Ships ami Schooners' Cabooses,
Hunter's Pi-e Vices,
Hose sod Plain Bibb Cocks, much and finished, all sizes.
LuM-er Hose. H-!e Nozles and Sprinklers,
Cast Iron Bath Tubs.
O-ilvanii'.l Fitting for water pipes.
Tin Sui:hs S- li.l Puuc irg and Mallets,
Steucil Plate Braa. TiiiDed and Black Rivets,
ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER LOW
IN. O Kanhumainu 5t.
Orders from the Other Islands wiU meet
with prompt attention.
A l) (I i t t li
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Honolulu j C ryZll iaa
llonolulu i frtLSijCj:"- -' - V
Honolulu I tfS" 'raaaaaaaMS 3
i KriMii - liie Nation "j
Ve are unable to di-cover, in the authoriacd
1 repirt of Henry Ward Bceeher'e late eermon on
j municipal uurruptiuo, auy jufctificatiuu for the
bevc-re Ptiiciures jaHii uo it by tl.e Twits and
th! Indtpendrht. both of which must, we iui-
limine, L-ive b.irj their ju3g.btut on the riC-w- j held that hs is IxHiitd, aa a citizen, to take eo
pijer isuiiitnary of it. The wbjle diroure is, J iiizanee of the fact, thr.t t!:c reasons fr which
in i.iet, the abhict and m ist warchin csauiina- , inut men relrain are the fear of legal naltier,
ti m ot the leal caut-e of the orutUna of the '. ar,d the ft-ar of h-sin the go! oj itm n and
Rin we reineiiib.T to tutve Boen anywhere. It i friendly introiMir? of tl.cir rseihtjure, and ;o
riifi-e condcuiiialiuU ou them in language full tj 1 ern hiin'Hlf aoivrdinglv both in fn!i:ic:il
etrof.f as anyr.xJy nas einf loyc-'i, out n uies,
and with gretit Lnv, the iew, which we belieie
to be thoroughly found, that it will not do
to treat the member of the King an isolated
crimiiuaie ; that they are the product of a cor
rupt eocial ftate which we have all heljtd to
create, by looceiiC-fea iu our comiuercial dealings,
by onnivaiice at tmall frauds and l'alsehd,
and by the pereioteiit j urs-uit of low aiiiis. There
fore, we are all in a mtasure rcfj-onriblc for
TweeJ, and Connolly, and Hall, altfiough it is
true and just that Tweed, and Connolly, and
liall, baling btoleu. ouht to be punished. The
jaage, and the only one in the w hole eerinon,
in which Mr. Beeeher has furnished excuse for
the strictures on him, is the following :
" Vou know that I have been bUmcd for everity nd veh-
iiience ari l denuuciali in. Vt-, when everxbojy eie w:i still,
I u.d te-ai, and 1 stxike load ; but now. when evert luly el-e
, i leaking a rax ket, I 1-el in re like coii.lorm. those who are
r:it down. So fur a I ran do tt in cuniislmcy uith public
,jutire, I would stand by their aide, that tliry be not over.
, wb-!iiied. lor they are men ; nnd they 'jff..r, many r.f them,
.lail.tl. a ' iievtr auOered. I would never foreet in the
I ru:.rit Uie hniuanity. 1 would lock aa I uipiae God loiika
ui-ori the great ainni g world, ubliornug iiiiijuuv. and loiigiiig
: to ave men out f it. I l'Kk UKa ni-n who in m.iriv reieta
j huve e tui qiuuilits. and l':.g fur their reduinimiou. And I
would lake part of the blame liiyae'.f. 1 would aiMavdi. tribute
1 p.irt of it on you."
The italics in the above are ours. It is hardly
fair to read or comment on this passage apart
Tr.trt fli r-fct .if rlr L.rm in Voi'rf holAkfl tl.i.fi
are one or two points in it which will, just as
,i , j v m v.r .
liiev rwim, mill m-i--iu. uvvi
(takes what we may call ft professional view of
. . J . I .
the f-inner, which ministers, discoursing of tliese
matters, often feci bound to take, but it U uot
one which, in our opinion, can be properly
oucrcu to any ciiiitn, eui'ii, as a ruie ot con-
duct. It is not possible, the world being what
it is, to stand by Tweeds or Hall's side without
weakening the rigldeous indignati.ui on which
oUercd to any citizen, as feuch, as a rule ot con-
; the execution of public justice " depends ; and ! a, er. 'uw? Pruoi. 01 tne community, mat
1 this would be true even if these men had sub- there lV. fVxm&aZ up between religion and moral
' milted thcmselvea to the law. In addition to ' Ky.a, dvoree, or want of connection, like that
this, we doubt the theological Boundness of Mr. i wbich 8ept paganism away seventeen hundred
! Reecher'e position, though we do so with proper ; ?'Ciirri " lhe t'arI-' chnx. -'leved its triumph
I lay difDdence. We deny that there is in the
. ' .
Christian system, or any other system ot ethios
' on which it is pissiblc to base human stiety,
any obligation to pity, or sympathize with, or
t succor any wrong-doer who has not repented of
; and sought to atone lor his offense. A contuma
! cious thief, who does not deny his theft, but
; brazens it out and holds on to his plunder, is, we
affirm, not entitled to u Christian man's " cuui-
i fur tin r " or support. As long as this state of
ftcta lasts, the Christian's place, as Christian, i
. . . T
. at the side of those w horn the thief has roblied.
and any pity or eympathyhe has at command is
their due. We believe there is no Christian sect
1 which does not make repentance a condition pre
! cedent to reconciliation, and we believe, further,
i that there has been in the practice of the church,
1 from the earliest ages, no departure from the
I pound and wholesome rule that a " notorious evil
; liver " is not a fit subject for a Christian man's
! company and countenance. Mr. Rcechcr is not
I entitled to assume, ns he does assume, that Hall
1 and Tweed have suffered," in any sense of
tffif iFMf.l a-vn t.;la 4-1.,... 1 ..IT:... ... r
bcarance or protection, 'i-hey have given as yet j much ? I; shall not stand by you, or
no evidence of any suffering, except such aiab'T ,ze Wlth or J T
criminal necessarily undergoes when ho find;j ! fad fellow-as you are ; we shal not help you to
himself hard presr-cd by the p.Ii.-e. Tweed does r h'ut'.' U? aIs; . 1,0 S . -
not give any sign even of this. Connolly is the!. If ''t'0-'1 l,U V5""? ,,UIC.h ,nfll,f,nre ?n
only man of the party who has established the nu,ntt anans' ei
smallest title to any sympathy which a Christian i a,n?e" ' t ""' i f
can really give-that isviupathy with a man b,Ut llr, Tm T & winc.tua.ry fur
who hasdone wrong, anJ is sorry for it, and cr'.","1,llld- lt c ,,Uo that error once belore ,n
shows that be is sorrv F,v seekhur t nnL-Jcvl1 and. 't atoned for it heavily. 1-or,
i shows that he is sorry by seeking to make
I amends. We deny altogether that there is in
Lible, canons, or traditions, any warrant for the
; doctrine that sympathy with tne perplexity of a
criminal wno ia trying to escape without a ban
,1 i,- , i , . r
, Uoning his "swag is a Christian duty, even of
;...e.rf . 1 1; ..... w .li .
. imperfect obligation. e may add that any one
,. i ,iu i ir i . i i 3 ii -,.
; who finds himself haunted by any such feelings
' i. i a u . i - i - "
may be satisfied that his moral vision is per-
Koti,A i t nt i ia t. - .i . r
verted, and that his breast is the seat of emo-
.. ...i i. .u
; tions which, from whatever quarter they come.
, i. j i . H J '
i We wi" go a little further and say-and we
uo not uescerMi irnin nMvpn
. i .i
mean no pleasantry in enying it that the prac-
t;, ,r i.. ; u i . ,r it ,
tiee of trying to look at the world and at our
rli, ii . -i l i i . a. jt . ,
fellowiuen " as God looks at them," in which so
j many excellent people indulge, is a failure, and
I i v. i ' fi.v .
liad better be given up. lbere are one or two
,.l,ima ..K;;.Te.0 ti. fi : ..
w,vmki v'.mlviiuho au ib. . i uu iiioi ic . ui luuioc.
n. . l- 11 11 '
that uod s eyes are all-seeing, while our range of
: . . 1 .1 . u-
viMon is very narrow, and that His voice is
very narrow, and that Ilis voice is
almighty, while ours ia very weak. That is.
when lie looks at Tweed, and Hall, and Connolly,
ii , - ! a JZ
- - . . '
1 L- nnna a vo In 1 k 1avaa n P rint ilt . . . . 1 .... n
i..y.i:...r. .i.: 3..
, ui.i.tiiui oy iiieir eoiiouet ui ifietr
loreover, it is a matter of coin piste in-
' . . .. . . r .
I difference, so far as the ends of divine justice are
concerned, whether they repent now or fifty years
1 hence. From that juMtice there is no hiding-
I place, and it is barred by no statute of limita-
tions-an idea which is expressed in the often-
quoted saying that " the mills of God grind
.L.u lv 1,i ikn...;n.l ,11 ' u-i
ri"Mi VH Oil T LLllkla lalixu 1 li il eiijail. 11 Utlt, . ! . .11
i.....v; J ., ''peculators clinging to the horns
a rogue iirospering through
long years, proud of his roguery, and revelling
in the luxuries it brings him, we have no right
to assume that the forbearance of Providence,
which is displayed in his case, furnishes a model
for our imitation as citizens. In fact, the more
firmly a man holds to the theory of the moral
government of the world by a personal deity, the
further from him should this notion be put. God
is not under the necessity of influencing the elec
tions, or bringing the Democratic party to shame,
or even of " saving the Republic." Indeed, for
aught we can tell, it may be in the courts of
heaven a matter ot no consequence whatever
whether the Kepublic lasts to the end of a cen-
tury or not. it may be part of the pla
.art of the plan of
human education that the exj-eriment which is
now leing made on this continent, fair and full
of promise as it seems to us, should fail utterly
at the very outset, and leave behind it chaos and
! despair. Things not unlike it have happened in
the worlds history, and after-ages have rcco1---
.... .CD r
nized in them, after all, stejis in that tremendous
march out of mystery into mystery in which the
race is engaged, and which, marked though it is
by faltering here and falling there, and much
weariness everywhere, is, we know, on the whole
an upward march. To any man who looked out
m the world at the close of the fifth century, it
seemed as if endless night was settling down on
the earth, and vet in the very horrors of that
time the foundations of a better civilization were
being steadily laid. We doubt indeed if there j
be any weakness which has done more to bring
. t ii , - .
aooui me corruption anu looseness wnicn we are
all inourninc over, than these Sentimentalist at- '
tempts to imitate the Divine government in the I r'nS out J'our baggage, take a check for it and ! i,,ston, sending a servant after one and going -matter
of dealing w ith offences against social IianS n "P on a P1' Buy a ticket and punch it nitUielf in person after the second. This generous
morality, tlod can well afford to let a thief run, ! yourself. Ask yourself the distance to the next ; compliment to the superiority of American ideas
because he can catch him whenever he pleases) station and get insulted. Secure, as your means j over those of despotic Europe, w hile it cannot but ;
but we must catch him before be takes the I Wl11 I'ermit, all the luxuries of railroad travel, j occasion a doubt of the diplomatic discretijn or a j
steamer or disposes of the goods. God can indict ' but dya'r Sct 2 t!lC feiice l eilj"J tliem- o prince who thus casts aside his imperial reserve
and convict him now, or half a century hence, ' th:l11 i'on die a Iiatural death, and the good wife j and leaves Lis soul unmindful of diplomatic dis- ,
with the certainty of doom ; we must indict him ' wil1 not fpenJ th0 rux fighting the life insurance j tinctions and rermirements, in the un trammeled :
while the w itnesses are living and the courts f companies over your corpse. You're in the right deliciousness of a republican drink, cannot but ,
" : , r . i. . u : ..11 u . .. , .e : A :n.
sitting, lt is, ot course, open to any of us, as a i
matter of private moral and religious discipline, j
to pity him, or forgive him; but our duty as j
citizens is none the less to join the sheriff in j
pursuing him, and while on the track to refrain j
from demoralizing or discouraging the t-osse, by '
expressing aouots whether, as we are all sinners, f
it is worth while to chase him ; or whether, when
Hod has borne with him so long, we ought not
to bear with him too: or bv enquiring how we
should like to be hunted down ourselves, or i
whether his father or mother, or society in gen
ernl. wius nnt to hlnmr for his thiorintr '
The government of the world, aud the eovern- 1
ment o? human society. a9 far as ChristTans or '
any other men have to do with a, is a govern
mem oi C'?ise'ur7ices irom nrsr. to last, tvery
I man is clucatcd, in large jart.and guides his
conduct in large part, from the cradle to the
grave, by the consideration of consequences. In
! lact, the work of civilization consists mainly in
i the diffusijn through the human species of an
j increasing knowledge of and regard for conse
: quences. The more of them a man has, the
better citizen, father, and husband he is. IVe
know there are hirhcr motives for riht-doins
than tbe consideration of consequences ; but thev !
are motives as yet which influence but a few !
individuals. Ages hence society may jiossibly fie !
built on them , but at re!ent tberv is nn (siety ; tFra Lm'ni fc-r lMo.ib.i i
which is not held together by the thoURht o'f j Business Thrift The Secret of Mr. Stew
couiucnees; and the LitZJF - - arfercaatile Buccess.
UieUfc IB 1U li'C Ul 1 C. L liHU Ul u.v iwif.iu n.kii
which the maioritv of the members of the com- '
munitv are inlluwiced by it. We do tx.t care,
, iherefure, what the rea-n may be, for which any
. Christian refrain IVviiii cheatini; and ttealin' ; we
ainl co'i;ii acti.iu anl in in iKiii nin oiiari'mu 'U
t. the opinion f hi." time. V Irenever thh lear
f.r tiny reanon dir-ir-pc-ir!;, Twf.'t!- ai.d H:lls
H rinsi ii at .r-e, atid the buiiif f h;incst
au'li ia nut to deteriiiiiie the exact decree of their
l',ui1t in the eyes oi rnij u-u.e J.i;tiie, botii because t
ii.j nun are cotnrcter.l to any Mich taMi an:
tieCause utireiue Ou.tKe mav taieiv oe leic M u.j
' . . .
V t l i . .
its own work ; but to free, iiit, that there i a
:here is a
. op put to their thieving, and, .ecu.idiy that
t.e ttop i, or buel. a kind a, to d. .-courage other-
from engag.ng m ..i.ilar enterrriHe. lhe only
way ol doin- tins u to take aire that adequate
legal penalties are annexed to th,9 cla of oflenees
tnai I, Inanies wnicn esp-r.enc-e warrant us
inbelieing to be deterrent and capable of en
' forceinent, and that beliind the officers of the law
i there is maintained a bufficient B-n-ial reprobation
of thieves and receivers, and of the aiders and
abettors of thieves and receivers, to keep the
- of?ers of the law up to their work, to atKird a
proper moral basis for legislation against thieving
and receiving, and to impress the minds of the
I young in their tender years with n wholesome
; horror ol them. If we are right in these posi
tions, any man who receives thieves and their
' confederates at his hou.e on a friendly footing,
i or bhares their "swag." or finds excuses lor
them in Tiublic or private, or seeks to moderate
. . . . .. . ....
' lllc I,UlJUV Wl " 13 u.etiuieb necet-
, earv, as iu the lirefent ease, to give the law
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m'T ' u. " . u ,r,mc 1 . r 6Ut ,?U1 RUU
I o .. . I-. ,-. ft nn. .il,.i. n l.ir o .ri..i ,-.no mi.i.. I
.1 II 1 111 V M , . UllUi'U'Jl'.'lll vi'HO IV llvWUD .I'll. , I. IJ
be.ttal' tt.nJ.' H8,,w,w beheve, if lie be a pro-
1 ,1""115liau uoe .uenicuiaoie injury to too
. ... . , , . ,
! . U e '"ulab!
: b,ccaure u to
there is a widespread ar
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"J IIIVUIV.UU1 J HOMI J VM V1IUIV ll
try to conceal the fact that
;id and growing feeling amongst
nv fiio Lr inrr -rtT n in rrw r 1 1 r v o r . 1 1 r miniii u-ur
a-w 111110111-. f u A VI iaiiiutsia(kT, nut Ab AUtaU Mill
on immorality, not simply by preaching against
it, but by seeing to it that its members were
chaste, temperate, honest, at all events, to all
outward appearance. It allowed no man to re
main in its fellowship or communion who did not
prove his sincerity by his woiks. That is, it
was not open to an early Christian to maintain
his standing without purity of life; nor was it
open to any man to Come into the fold, on the
) ground that tlKM.-h not good, he was trying to
I ... .....ill AX' 1 . 1 I. oil f hl rrtllf. .rni Illir. a ml am- I , , 1 t-h
be good, while all the while stealing and w hore-
uiongering. The answer of the church discijiline
was plain and prompt: "It is possible you
really desire to mend your ways; but we must
have something more than your word for if ; you
uiu:-t give up your particular weaknoes. If it be
swindling, you must from this moment desist; if
it be impurity, you must from this moment
abandon it. Otherwise, you must depaj-t. We
cannot have you here ; if we did, the heathen
would all laugh at us; our religion would become
a byword and a reproach, and you would gain
i"UUUIl UV VUl plH'lt. I V WIUJC WC MKIU1U lObC
. . t . 1 . . . I : 1 . ..1 1 1 1
by our society, while
although it is doubtless true that the spectacle of
corruption, and of successful and unabashed cor
ruption, in every variety of form, is very de
bauching, ana that the state ot things in this city
. - : t I a. - I : 1 1
is very iiseiy to ucmoniii.e proiounuiy u very
i J i i J
i large proportion of the generation which is grow-
1 , ,. . ,T .
ing up under it, and which retains no traditions
r .i i- i i .t i . .u
of the earlier and better time, it is a so true that
, m r v. - , . r
; the great cause of morality is never left without
i - , , , J ., - . . c .
champions and defenders, lhe sight of ruffians
.i 1 i . . ,i- -
on the lutlgment-scat. se ling mstice with ribald
. . " . :... ... z
' jokes ; of ruffians in thp legislature, selling laws ;
. r ....tr. ......t: ...:n: r
ui iiuuaiiD cieini).r luiuioiio oi iiooi lut-u a mouev
j - - -1 , , '
every year, and spending it in "toys and lust
iJ r . i i i i .
anu wiiiei ui irre.ii o.innvia . uu mcrcuanis
V . h.. ,v A -,.
conniving at their theft and smiling on them, as
thev gorge themselves ; of church members taking
; inev lioroe iueiiir-eies , oi i iiuieii meuioeis laKino-
j v u: . c ' -
i"eir witgea to uo tueir uiuuinir iinu lurtner tneir
i 11. . 1 1 . . .
schemes may well be believed to be plavinf
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1 terrible havoc with the manners of the millions
r , . ... "
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! Juu,'o ",u ' '
1 roii.r. 1 T iii .1 T. 1 1 1 fiiri nirinir t iniiiki. uuj ( im
. i" .1 . .. .!.:... .i. t . .i
j ; n U1, LUKj UIV v"Rr" ,
tremendous question : nut weaixjns are lawful
I in fhifl orr:. t. tzttin nf h " llnr thou if ikn:f-
1 "ot be forgotten ti.at spectacles of this kind
i- . i "c .1 ,
liKO-iiKr. nrnl vnsr if tint i innnv mi thoir unWiico
. , ,, . ' . -r
! onmirrh h;itli to K.avi KOfii'tv unit nvpnnr if
Jl" lt? "eciy a.,u .u-.u. e
lirlivj tlmf thprr. on", nntninre fiirvoi-rl nAii,h
i , , . . , ., h
P " " . V. ' V . "J t,,WB
"lwu--. .w "'" ""'J "8
i ."e!'11 M 1 ' V , " ,
f'irr nur i Vrt l rn n in Huh Ir will l.r n I.o.l
" ". - .uau
the thieves and
the altar, for
iwnv nrnl with
I ming n
thing lor religion it they
if, -.in. .i i
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j . ? , i A , .
And when that d:iv comes,. too we would adv.se
all Ilutlente "divines" and good Christian
men generally, who support rascally adventurers
for office, if they are in the city, to llee to the
oiiiiiuiy, hiiu u toey are in iiiu country, to uee to
the city ; at all events, to avoid their usual haunts.
The papers are already discussing the probable
results of the death of the Prince of Wales. The
next heir to the thryne, his son Albert Victor, id
less than eight years old, and if the Queen should
i V, ',u,Juuie UK,ure ,"L ol n &y !
I, " - . v6
. . t a.t it -
between tlic brother of the present heir-apptrcnt, j
Victoria's second on, and the l)uke of Cambridge.
If the Prince had but ne sun, bis brother Alfred
could not be legally made Regent, as he would be
the next heir, after the young King, whom he
HI 1 . Mil tl f 11 .1 .
' wouiu represent, n.c rm.ee oi aics nas two
w, uii: li. .tl ill-nil O 1 Iiii3 kr-. if lm r.ktllil ha (T I .-v 1 I i f A
rUIIP. 1IU 11 I. 1 CI a IIUU llir- OlOtUVl V U1'1 I 'K, , 4 lillliU
as Itegcnt. He is now twenty-seven yeaiB old,
having been born Aug. G, 1844.
The papers have been telling of an old farmer
in Stamford. Ct., who daily for 'the last fifteen'
years ha6 set on a rail fence to see the cars pass.
The San Francisco Afir Ifttr thereupon re- '
marks ; "lie is probably trying to make up his
mind if it would be safe to ride in the cars. Old I
fellow, you stick to the fence ! If the top rail is
sharp, turn it or put a cushion on top. Fit up a j
smoking apartment on the next panel, if you like,
a,lJ riS a luxurious coacti lor the next one to tnat. ;
tuing, oiu umu.
Mr. George Wilkes, in a letter to the New York
Herald, analyzes at great length the International
Society of Workingmen, and reviews the progress
of the great socialistic society of Europe and its
inauence on tne coming issues oi .American pon
tics. He conies to the conclusion that the handed :
workmen of the world are to be the sup reme pow-
er of the future. This does not seem so extrava-
gnt if the late advices from Europe are true,
which represent that Count Bismarck has already i
surrendered, and hit urioii
a startling measure for j
allaying the discontent of workingmen. It is re- j
ported that he intends to prepare a "bill for the j
iru- I regulation of the profits of manufacturing associa
ery tions." providing that w hen the profits shall reach
a certain percentage the surpius shall be divided ;
among the workingmen employed in them. The ,
bill applies only to manufacturing comranies. but :
most of the large manufacturing establishments in
Germany are in the hands of associations, so that .
the iinra.irta.nce and bearing of the bill are obvious, j
It is a bold step towards socialism. The Social ,
problem has assumed so threatening an aspect; that ;
even reactionary organs, such as the Berlin Krev
. . . '
Ztitung, freely admit that something must be
d jne and done very quickly, to prevent a general
l'robahlf the iuot ftriain-r iubtaiKe of ad
herence to a few riid Tule i aSordvd by the
Uian who id conceded to lead the iiierointi'.c wrld
of this coiuiuerit. Meri Hivy hi fuceei who
miht have stood ev?n with hnu in the race had
they bol fcileKibiy held to iiHUar ruUn.
- FIRST AMi ltRfyiT
in th? ft.md which Mr. jftewart tvK-k was t!ie rule
to jvruiit no lui.-rercMMitati.in .T : -xl-'. Tur
cunijrs were not t-lovi to find out that in his e
UtLlishiiient there nc-d bo tiu tear of iufa.itK-ii.
Whethti- they were vifeeily avjuntcd witli the
nature of the g'oi which they wi-?!.ed to j ur-
eliase, or were irntircTT ign-"rant on trie joiu,
tlev were sure of havitg the truth t il. Mi.
i i . -i i- j . . i i. .11 :.,
,'Iiase, or were tntircTr unmnt on tfie t'ont,
. Iiewart liad it thoroughly uudeto i by all his
' clerks that they must t.'ll the troth ; and be hud
- . -. ., i -i., ... .),., i.;
: the in uiicti.n e. inn-i kkhkin t llaee-l tiiat I us
.-.j.,...,.;;in ,,..1n.'t.l ..r t!,.. t,r
& j, tl . U ft oi,rk
; . an uver,uitcluerlt or. f,
ingtantlv ai-.ni-i. The natural eon,ucnce if
, thig the ri id f ajverti(i,n , jvvvt.r f hltJ
j wineM . Wh?n nun and women iv, "(Jo or
, thorf f ..... 6ure t . ffet :uti, wtl,? Ul0
- ', i " ..... i . I . .1 . r: .. i I
article is reiTeiH-'iueu 10 oe, inen ineim' uuu
neighbors are not flow in availing ihcuisehes of
such an advantage.
; THK RIGID OBSE'lV-ANCS
of the one-price system " waa a rule nocettaril y
co-operative with the first. Thaler confess tbut
it is exceedingly difficult to maintain this rule,
and where a large proportion of business is trans
acted on credit it is well-nigh impossible; but
when the rule ia, " Pay on delivery," itean be
Comfort is brought to the bouseWld of every
! customer when he feels confident that he can be ml
i iii . i ... i i t.
a cniij or a servant to matte a purcnase, uuu no
will be sure of not only getting the article tie
,..o K.. .t! it . . .....lie tl..
ly tlie same U-rms
J i"- r 1 LI
114 lFl.f W.'lO Tf ml l.llllM'll It IH 11
---w - I ..... - -
for a merchant to discover that the money of a
poor man is as good as the money oT the rich
the casli of the stranger as good as the cash of
In Mr. Stewart's vast establishment the clerks
have no eption whatever iu the regulation of
prices; this, they know, can never bo taken out
of the hands of the emj Joyer, . . .
Nine-tenths ol the terrors of shopping take
'their flight in view of these rules, and .husbands
can pluck up courage to go w ith their w ives when
they understand there is to be no badgering and
jewing. . - - - -
- . TBCRK IS STIIL AMtVrnCR RltK- - - - J
with Mr. Stewart, which has immediate relation
to the comfort and advantage of the customer,
and that is his emphatic prohibition of any im
portunity to purchasers. W ho is there, having
had any experience in shopping in a city, that
d.jea not feel a kind or terror of a certain class, of
stores? " He retains a vivid impression of his
helpless bewilderment amidst a babel of recom
mendations and solicitations, until, at hist, in
sheer confusion, or from the dofcirc to escape, he
purchased an article he did not want, and went
out of the shop with aa inward resolution never
to enter it again. But here you may gaze upon
millions of dollars worth of goods, and no man
will inrfrriinr pirlipr vnnr nied I tat ions or admira-
tion. Among the highest productions of the
cunning skill of man you may make your dance
w ithout fear of the least intermeddling importu
nity. "A NobleExample."
Says the Uangor Whig and CvuriT : The en
tire exclusion of intoxicating liquors from the pub
lic entertainments during the recent Railway Cel
ebration in Hangor and at Yancebdro, has elicited
the favorable comments of the press generally,
while all attest that the absence of this stimulus
detracted nothing from the brilliancy and enthu
siasm of the gatherings. Our own papers arc
free m their expressions of Approval, and the fol
lowing letter from David S. Kerr, Esq., of !St.
John, . B., which appears under the Rboye cap
tion in the Glubf of that city, will be interesting,
as the testimony of an intelligent gentleman re
siding beyond the limits of Maine :
On the invitation of G. K. Jewett, Esq., Pres
ident of the Western Extension liailway, in AJaine,
I went to the opening, at VanceboroT, a new set
tlement on the boundary, where thousands as
sembled, and was highly delighted with the enter
tainment. . The. table was spread for-upwardn of
1200 persons, in a largo tent, with an excellent
dinner. Tea and coffee were the drinkables. The
occasion was honored by the company of t he I 'res
ident of the. United States and several distinguish
ed officers of his ( iovernment ; the (iovernor (Icn
eral of the Dominion and the Governors of Maine
and New Irun.wick, with celebrated men of their
respective Governments; the Chief Justice of
irPlTCl lit c sjioi ei iiuieiuo , iiiu v -1 1 1 . 1 uu
! 1 , . .1.1
i .Maine, and a great many very talented a.
' , iv-. r r
ing persons from several states of the Lni
ing persons lioin several btates ol the Lnion ; be-
Uides various of our leading People from Nova
. ' ' " .
txoiia and New Brunswick. Many clever i-peeclics
I - , , . . . . . ,
were made and goo.d things uttered, which are
detailed elsewhere. Xo one could fail to observe '
the right good feeling displayed at the dinner, and j
the enjoyment which this large company maniles- i
, j h striking feature-worthy of
; 1 J
I everlasting remembrance was the delightful least
! an.l no drunkenness.
No other than tea and
Coffee for the great chiefs of the two great nations,
' nd the vast assemblage, on so gayous an event
. . c- . n j
, RI1(, everjbu eober nnJ happy. Xo it
, rjuan.ei(, Ilor ruJencss ; no accidents nor re
j kin(J b t unmistaJe enjoyment tl
I J .- ... . .
' uny kind, but untiustaiiao'e enjoyment through
out. Well done Maine, for its windy intende-l
i legislation. JSrave iTenident : .Jewett : -lauiiiire
hfc , anJ njunli,iert6 fur entertaining
f d; 6ti ngtlis,lCa Cuinuany with tea and coffee
j j tlianklim for tliC nt:.r,ain,,,ent, and much
Uloro ,ur it8 Uieru, instructi,)U.
I have never been a fanatic in temperance, nor
jet a persecutor or abuser of cither the seller or
user of alcoholic drinks. Iain truly sorry, but
can hardly blame cither of them when the legis
lative monstrosity of the times does all it can to
encourage the importation, license the sale, and
spread the horrors incident to the use of alcoholic
drinks on the stupid ami abominable pretense of
raising a rev
lllirin " a t , ' V'lUV., l.l.lilia, V iini-i j inv
huma rac havi livt( ,on , ,dl!,Covcr
pnmti t c l?iit tir itnp foriMTlt biF tlm
the leading scourge of our frail humanity, and to
have extensively w itnessed with a sorrowing heart
the unerring decisions of old Judge Time upon
the dealers and users of intoxicating drinks, I re
joice in Mr. Jewett's example as calculated for
vast benefit to 8ieiety at large. One of the imme
diate benefits we may expect is, greater safety of
human life by temperate officers cond.icting the
Kuilway. I hojie the new town of Vanceboro',
which afforded us so much pleasure, may be
blessed by the instruction, and rise to fortune
without those woes which so extensively affect
and destroy humanity.
As a happy tribute of the Trince Alexis to the
magnificent fascination of American institutions,
jt is stated that he took two genuine." veesky
cocktails " at a little bar-room jur-t round the
corner from the Jlinister s resilience, in ash-
.make tne nearts oi nmnirans, uo esr-via.uy
American bar-keepers, swell with patriotic emo
The Association for the Cure of Inebriates held
its second annual Convention in New York on
Tuesday, when some facts were adduced relative
to drunkenness that are likely to serve the good
purpose of temperance societies more completely
than any sermons or comments. Ir. Parker, the
President, stated that thirty-three and a third p"r
cent, of all deaths in New lork were occasioned, ;
directly or indirectly, oy tne use oi aicor.ooc :
drinks, and that in the last thirty years one hun
drcd and ninety thousand perms in New lork
City haa tnus come to tneirueuins. it. ii.irri-.
Inspector of Prisons, stated in his report, that on
visiting fifty-six prisons in the State he hud found
that seventv-five per cent, of all crimes committed
w ere traceable to tiie use of liquors. Those state
ments' are enough to startie order-loving and phi
lanthropic people from their propriety. Ir.
Parker held that drunkenness was a disease like
scarlatina or smallpox, therefore curable ; but
viewed in that iight it is even more requisite than
ever that the unrestrained salo of liquors in Now
York at all hours of the dav and night, and dur-
inrr overv Sabbath, should become the subject of
strong and earnest legislation.
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