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' ltiO lius Hjil'-il I.iu--l il. 1 -:ika lilac". V:rnUli,
Una Wliite lad. 200 tins White Zim;
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li liu enriian 1J, 8 tins bt Ki-J l"al,
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40 bMs I!;er Beer. ' And. Mullei," in qts.,
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10 this l'a!e Ale." II. lit:j-n." .ii.t.
7i ca Barclay's Frter, quarts and inU,
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a0 caws Xordhau'cr Whiskey. 15 preen rases Hullaud'a Om,
luO blue cases Ii..:iat.d"i Urn, white
! Ka) backets floe Holland U ii, in stone bottles, larj;e size,
25 cases Bran ty, 100 lemij"bns Mronsr Alcol.nl.
20 cases Nordliauser Whiskey, 10 Strong Demerara Kum,
'ii cases fine Cognac, Ik) rases Ku.!el c.aier.
21 eases Liebfraumiicb. 3 caes Bounekauip B'.tters,
S3 cases lale Sherry. 12 ca-s port W ine.
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CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS.
ap6 IV. L. GREEN.
WELLCI'RED ISLAND HAY
at ONE AND A HALF CENT I'EK
Tlie nvull.vtloris if twenty years agi in II -no-lula,
are revieJ ty rca-lii. in tho ivtu Fram i o
M,rrihy Call ..i' K-ljruiry lS:h, t ni.! anJ
' iltrintion of the4 IJjm' Circus; i.:ii
: " . . . ...... , . .
the " bjvs.-'
urxJ-T lar.Ts," written by one id
The article is ako-zetber too long
fur rerrititin in "ur -! uitiii 41 ,
hil fur tl.e er.tei-
tainuient of utir re-aJers, who v ill recognize t
n.in.ee, we ia
a lew extracts :
" OCR CROWD,
Boys always form fgtngs or cliques. Iu
alrfiut a dozen Touths. the cUest ni,t more thu
thiit'.-en yars, aiiJ frm that age ranging Jjii to
nine, were alwaj-9 to Le seen together during play
Lour-. They were 8ouf eIl-tj-J .t tnerebaut-, .Jl- .
tots au.l Uwyen, ami nearly ail atteu lel tlie Miss-iou
Sebo'jl at l'unahou, where they learufl just as little
as w.i pr-?sib!e. H-jnoluiu is emiiietitly co?iu(.'p-.utaii,
anJ this little clique represented several uatinahtie.
Bloo-Jy noses bvnietiines folioweJ ilisusaiuDS on the
relative iaiportance of nations. Euiile, the French :
boy, could never be convinced that Napvlecn was
vanquished at Waterloo, and Albert, the son of ;
English parents, ever insisted that Great Britain
couij hare "whopped" the rebellious American ,
colonies had the so desired. Such were the boys
who had become infected with the mania fjr circus
performances, and longed to dUplay their towers in
the sawdust lings. They set to work with all the
energy and single-mindeduegg which characterizes
boys of their age. livery evening tbey practised
acrobatic feats on the green sward in front of one of ,
! the boys father's bouse, never quae willing to desist ;
I and go home when nine o'clock was announced from
! the window. On Saturdays, and after school hours,
! they patiently worked at training their circus- i
: horses " and preparing the gymnastic apparatus for
the great show.
THE CIRCUS TENT. !
Great were the difficulties to be overcome by the
! boys before they were able to secure a tent, and '
'. many consultations were bad before it was obtained, i
j Fortune and a wreck at length befriended them. A
j bark from Boston ran ashore cue night on the outer j
i reef, and went to pieces three days after. Some of
! her cargo was saved, but in a damaged condition, a
j part consisting of white drilling. To purchase two ;
or three pieces of this was the ambition oi the lads, j
Kacb begged as much money from his father as he
could, and the balance of the necessary fund was j
raited by premature sales of tickets of admission to i
the pertonnance, which were issued at the rate of i
hnjftoomi (six and a quarter cents) each, and pur-
chased in quantities by the good-natured merchauts j
down town. An old sailmalter lustructeu lue boys '
in the method of cutting and sewing the cloth, and
after a week's hard work, Ap. V. acting as foreman
of the nhop, the teut waa completed. The Saturday ;
on which it was raised was au eventful day for the i
j boys. A btately mimosa tree in the yard of Dr.
served as a teut pole, and about this the salt-water
1 tt ained tent was stretched. That night the boys ,
'congregated "under the canvas," with torches of ;
hukut nuts for lights, anJ new their regular weeKiy ;
meeting, Sam C. in the chair.
The proceedings, at first amicable, grew stormy,
and a rupture was threatened. Two factious ap- j
! peared and fought for supremacy. Ap. C, Linile j
I i, and two or three others tavoreu a periormance
i which should chiefly consist of acrobatic aud gym
1 nastic feats. The other clique, including Dick N.,
! Billy I. , Jimmy F, and Alt'. C, favored riding aud
pad-saddles. The first combination would have un
doubtedly carried the day had it not been for Dick
IS'., ou whose father 8 grounds the tent had heen
; pitched, and who declared that if horses (to wit, his
donkey, "Pcula,") were to be excluded, he would
not allow the circus on his premises. This threat
! brought the stronger party to terms, and a com
i promise was effected. It was agreed that the enter
' tainment should be both equestriau and acrobatic.
! Then came the
SELECTION OF OFFICERS,
j Which, after great tumult, resulted as follows :
" Graud Director" (culgus, ringmaster), Sam.
! C r ; " First Acrobat, aud the Young Samson,"
! Kmile F.; "Head Jester," Ap. C r (this selec-
: tiou was made chiefly because Ap. chanced to be the
happy possessor cf a song and jest book, issued years
; before by some old circus clown); Jester, with
! trick mule " (Peula, the donkey), Lick N., " Daring
1 Bareback Equestrian," Fred. C.; " Itider on four
! horses," Kd. McF. ; "The Favorite Lady Rider,"
j Henry McF. After these apportionments there re-
: mained but oue of the larger toys unprovided tor-
i Billy I
n, who indignantly protested against the
- . i . i
; slight. There was some anxiety here manifested by
i tho boys, for Billy was a valued member of the
company ; he was depended on for the candles with
which to illuminate the tent, and which be was to
procure from his father's chandlery store ; and yet
he was not of the least use. He was eminently a
" left-hauJed boy;" he could not ride, nor could he
ever learn, although he devoted hours of persevering
study to that branch of physical science, to turn a
respectable sommersault. So, in the emergency,
Billy was made Treasurer. At this he grumbled ;
there was no honor in it. But when the boys told
him of the immense responsibility which appertained
to the office, and finally promised him a dry-goods-box
for an "office," with a hole in it, through which
to sell tickets, Billy smiled and swelled with import
ance aud accepted the position.
Saturday evening had been set for the initial per
formance of the " Grand Equescurriculum," and
Saturday night came around without any atmospheric
convulsion or terrestrial quake, as might have been
j expected. Billy had provided the caudles as per
, agreement, and the light irom the circus tent niu- ,
j minated the surrounding fig trees and coava bushes
! in the Doctor's yard. Wit kin, a neat circle of saw- ;
' dust diameter twelve feet surrounded the mimosa
! tree, and beyond were seats for the audience. Kude
j benches of plank resting on boxes constituted the ;
" pit ;" chairs in the close sward of maniania grass i
I formed the dress circle, to which entrance was secured
j on payment of a real. Long before the hour an-
: nounced for the performance seven o'clock the
j " pit" was full of native youths, with a tew loreign
or white boys in their midst. Later, the " reserved
' seats " were filled with parents and boy and girl
i friends of the performers. Many a dignified nier
j chant and Government official seated himself within
the little tent that night and explained to his chil
: dren that this was not a real, wicked circus, but only
I a play-circus, by " The Boys," as the little clique
: was known all through the town.
j The performance on Saturday evening is de-
, ril lucu 1IUUIU1UUD1J, uuu aivvt IV Hllt W till
i end by the celebrated trick mule 44 Peula,"
bolting out of the ring over the benches and
! throug'i the canvas, and the story thus concludes:
' And so the circus company's first performance
came to an unfortunate end. It was never repeated.
; Little jealousies crept in, and the company broke
: into fragments. These fragments are generally doing
I well oue is a portly grocer, another is a locomotive
,' engineer, a third is skipper of a small schooner' and
' a fourth leads the life of a firmer. Only one of the
; original company has failed to do anything in this
world Dick N-
lle has found Life to be the
' most dilliiMilt f trick mules, aud wonders how long
i he has yet to perform in the Circus of Journalism.
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Reniiniscences of Boyhood.
The Alabama Claims.
o. .nr tr erjta:n".
TLe- f i' MibrM.i''-1 ta !Lf (iVni'v:t B-uid .f Ar
biu;t:tii by itf -ii,ifi!-l of (ireat Britain. i:i it-gaul
to the- .l' i'j. J.d J L'Ur:il- ha Urn p.ibi.she.i.
The- d tei.m-'i.t is divided into n-n parts.
I'art 1. says that no d-tiuite or complete state
ment of tl.e Aoit'iicuii claims has ever bt-eii fur
tihed. The- Trra'y of '.Vashir.gton and previous
c..irspondence will supply, however, a general
definition of the deman J made by the United States.
Rule two i.f article six of the Treaty of Washington
Ls q'loted as loilows:
-A neutral government is bound not to permit
or sntTer either belligerent to make use of its potts
or wjU-n us a base of naval operation against the
.t!ier, or (or the purpose of the renewal orauiHe!i
ta'ioti of military supplies or arms or the recruit
ment of men."
This rule is interpreted as prohibiting the supply
of war-w airing vessels from neutral ports, but as
not prohibitory of the sale of arms or munitions of
war in the ordinary course of commerce.
The claims submitted are for damages growing
out ol the acts of vessels, respecting which the
United States assert that Great Britain failed in
her international duty. The tribunal must deter
mine the question i f failure of duty.
If it decides that there has been such failure
then it must award a cross sum for 'amages. or
define the limit of liability for the guidance of the
assessors of said damages. The circumstances of
the sailing of the steamers Aluhvni. FLrida,
Georgia and !hnmtdA'h were dissimilar ; but
Great Britain maintains thatiu respect to none of
tlem has she failed of her international cbl'gations
or tendered herself justly liable.
Bart II. gives a history of the civil war in the
United States, showing that the course of England
and of the maritime powers was one of vigilant
and unscrupulous neutrality.
I'art III. makes a statement of international
rights and duties of the laws of England bearing
thereon, and of the faithful performance and exe
cution thereof by Great Britain dining the war.
It also gives a detailed account of the action of
Minsters Adams and Earl Kussel to prevent the
departure of the rebel cruisers.
Part IV. shows the limits of the powers pos
sessed by the British Government to prevent such
rarts V., VI , VII., and VIII., respectively, pre
sent in detail the facts relating to the steamers
Florida, .llabama, Georgia and Shenandoah.
' Fart IX Bets forth that the steamers Georgia and
Shenandoah were never equipped for war in
Her Majesty's government was only informed of
these vessels after their departure. The Alabama
and Florida, even, did not receive their armnments in
British dominions. The peculiar circumstances of
the Alabama's escape are recited, and England's
vigilant endeavors to prevent her sailing, as well as !
America's failure tn the attempt to capture ner, are
Part X , complains of the disidvantaps under
which Great Britain labors in meeting an unpre
The document concludes as follows :
" While England regrets the departure of rebel
I cruisers from her ports, she cannot acknowledge the (
justice of the claims against her for yiecuniary dam- i
ages for their acts. The United States must solidly
j establish the fact of England's negligence. England :
is ready to accent the award of the tribunal of arbi- i
i tration. whether favorable or unfavorable. She de-
. sires only that it shall be just"
I In a letter to the New York Observer Dr.
! Prime supplies some curious information in re-
.' card to meanness to ministers. Among well j
; authenticated casts arc the following : A
' preacher's wife was invited to visit a week among
i the eople, and the price of her board was de
i ducted from his salary. A missionary, with a
; family and $400 a year, cultivated a little garden,
i The Secretary oue d.iy asked him what the vege
tables were worth. Supposing the question oue
of mere curiosity, lie assented to au estimate of
18. The amount was deducted from his salary.
At a donation party a paper of pepper was esti
: muted at two cents and deducted from his salary.
So on a like occasion were ten cents, the value of
two fans. A stranger went to an Episcopal
: church in Maryland, and liked the sermon so well
'. . i . i -. ii . i , i p it.
inai ne leu nve uouars witn a vestryman iur ine
i rector. Deducted from salary. Dr. Prime once
; preached for a clergyman who had sickness and
death in his house, and, declining the customary
fee, told a mouther of the Consistory to give it to j
the afllicted brother. The afflicted brother never ;
I got the money. A minister preached extra ser- j
inons at a watering place hotel aud the boarders j
j made np a purso lor him. Amount deducted
i "T TT CS TTT5 3k TtT """S 2 -
... A XI)..
Xoh. 31 n ud 33 liiio Street, X. Y,
aOT,rpc2 eQ nnn nnn
ADOijliJ, CpO, UUU,UUu.
KOBKKT L. CASK PRESIDENT
TIIEO. K. WETMOUE VICE I'RKSIl'ENT
ISAAC II. ALLEN SKCRETA11V
j SaEGURlTV LalPE
Advantages ntisnrpassed lU ItS terUlS f Xon-for-
felt are expressed Iu all its policies, Absolute Re
moval of all KetrIi'tioas on Travel dolnff away
with Extra Rates and Permits, havin? no Contested
Claims, aud asking no uuueressary q nest Ion.
Lstet otlltlal returns of over Seventy Life Insoranre
Cutnpauies uuw tloin Luiuess in the I'nlted
Sl:ites, ranks the SK( I'RITY LITK as
Ttoud to none In point of lu.
reae of business for
1 1 over ls0.
Though this Company has demonstrated the value of Lite j
Insurance by ilistribu'.ing anions the j
Willows & Orphans of 320 Members
Sum of nearly $800,000,
Its lofes, in pmp irtion to the imniU-r of the insured and th j
' amount i-f iu.uram-e, have leen reiiiMr'tfaMy lew anil light, j
To every person seeking mutual insurance this fact is very j
The cost of the Insurance depends upon tlie vitality of tlie I
Company in which you insure, and the best proof of inhereut i
; vitality is the low talio of claims in the past. j
' Ratio ot losses on new tusiuvas of 1S70, not one dollar on a i
' policy. j
The Prompt L'oiuhuss'aj'ters of the J'ttc York Life
Insurance D'yirtmr.vl thus rtport of the
We now come to a brilliant, onward, approved embodiment
of American Life Insurance the Security Life Insurance Com
pany of New York. A politiciau would say, the Security is I
the people's choice. It h:s certainly strong popular endorse- 1
menu Kv the Atlantic, the Mississ-.ppi. and the Pacific, the j
voice of thousands speak it lair. The Security attained the :
..,,. of .otiiml t.usinens in 1STO over ls6l of all !
I .f compaUieg of tlie I nited Slates. W hen this is consii- j
ered In connection with the pt progress of the oflSce, us
fvure rank on the life-roll is a nubj-'cl of nodifhcult conjecture. I
Even with tlie additions of 170 there is no disproportionate I
..ulgrowih. It ha been regularly built up to the present pro- !
portion, not suddenly projected forward. It has passl ahead !
of other companies by the due operation anl momentum of its ;
own normal law of accumulation. j
M. rWI'INERNY, j
Ayeut nt llouolulu.
X. B. This is the only Company 111 tne
United States who Charge no extra rate
for INSIJRANCi: on WOMEN or for
New Hawaiian Publications!
A M NOI'MSi OK II AW A II N Ii K A l M U.
1:t Vt . I'- Ai tam. m. IV- l'r.-:i.t ul.ai'. !i..
SCvii.i ej.u-.i.. rev i. 1 a.t.l e:.: ir' ! . I'r.'e f
K.NGLlsll AMI HAWAIIAN TMKAsK PkK. By K-r.
A. Li-Hi P. ic'ul eU.l.i u, iei"J ik! ri.Urfce!.
Price " ( i li.
New ediiioc if l.ese ta'ual arJ ii:.l.;-i.vl!e h.i.d
bX'k hve lrn i-U'-U. a:;J are rea ?y t.-r !e earlr l- vl
week. No -r. a V: has i-c.n to f..r.Vii with lia
wii.i:.;, sliculj ' without oo t r b:h cf thee .uUiCt.wt.
A few c.iie cf
ANDREWS' HAWAIIAN UKAMMtK, and f the
lICTION AKY.oo Hind ainl It r Sal.-.
H. M. WHITNEY.
Kyi fka I'uMish'r atul B kje:ier.
Ilziw'n Bark Ka
AND FUK SALE AT THE
OLDEST T03ACC0 AND CIGAR STORE !
ttir Established 18 58 ! Jia
A LARGE AND FINE
II AVA N A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smolciiig- Tob moco I
A Small Lot of Very Fine Cigarettes !
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
i CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO !
Meerschaum Pipes !
Cicrar Holders, &c, fce.
H. I. NOLTE,
Corner Qarra nnd Xaunuss Ala.
Ofl'er lor Sale
WHALE BOATS AND B0AT STOCK
LIME AND C
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
THE GLOBE HOTEL!
KING STKBKT. NEAR CUKNKK OK
Fort Street, llouolulu, II. 1.
Sew Faees, Xew Farnitare.i New Dishes,
New everything. The naalursifrneJ, is oleastl to inform l pul-
lic iienerally that he has purchased tlie above well known prem
ises for the purpose or carry uiK on a nm-ciass noiei Business
in kll lis hranc-lies, anJ having had the s:ime completely reno
vated and elegantly furnished in every pirticular, it is now pen
for the reception of quests. The larder will be supplied with
the best the market affords. Also, having engaped the services
Ul UlOV-Vin.., VII" I'. ' V. V U...I1I. , .1- J', v ,...., - ua. .....
taatc of the most fastidjous, aad no exieija or iiis will be
spared to make this hotel the favorite with the public of llono
lulu. beiiiK ccutrally located and free from duat and inconve
niences, it offers great Inducements for merchants and others to
five him a call, lie hopes by strict attention to the wants and
comforts ot his guests, to merit a liberal share of public pat
ronage. Terms reasonable, further particulars made known
bv applviuK on the premises, to
"m6m D. A. Til AYER, Proprietor.
GET THE BEST!
rlll(IS. G. THRl .M TAKES I'l.E.tSCRE
M. in iuinouncing that he has
Pieceivod the Sole Agency
For the Hawaiian l.lauiU for this
Interesting and Amusing Work of about
PBIVTKD FROM CLE1U TlPE OX flK I'lI'EU !
One Large Octavo Volume !
Illustrated with nearly 300 Engravings !
I This Hook is Issued only in Subscription
At $i..0 Cloth, or in Irfalber Library Slsle
I R.ousHins JLXl
Is much superior in Humor. Instructive Incidents, and te-
scriptive -ar relive man
I ii o c; o xx t rA V lron,cl!
Especially to the
Authors Pacific Coast and Sandwich Is.,
XT GIVE IN YOUR NAME."? 8cKN XX
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!
TERMS CASH ON DELIVER!'.
mhl5 lm THOS. Q. THRCM, AseoL.
ARRIVAL OF THE
ISnrkeiitine J. A.
JOR SALE II V CASTLE Si COOKE,
Assorted Lumber, Bbls and hslf bbls Salmon,
uihi'l liu Km of Oregon Pried Appl's.
m mm wow bj ajB
OLLi WCHARfil S C
BEG TO iVOTIFV
That they have Removed .their Business to the
0BD FELLOWS' !3
A n1 will npfiinv flint stnnil
dious Warehouse now being
1 HAVE RECEIVED PER
Iadier Choice 11 id CIoyck,
Fancy mid Tartan Sliauln, .llcrinoeft,
Akmoi'IciI F.iKliIoiinblc iicnVt IIiic ii lollarw
IMKcnceN, XCihboiiM, SilL,
f'iif ' Slr ve Ijink'ft, ami
FVCY DRESS 3F ATKTII ATH !
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Sll 15L 5 .
PLAI1V & FANCY SILKS !
LADIES' FANCY AND TARTAN FRENCH & IRISH
C. E. "Willliams' Fii-e-Proof Building,
ar,: FORT STREET.
ALL, FORT STREET
until tlm t'rnrtioil of a Coinni
built at their place on
House ! 9 '
NEVADA AND MONTANA !
W.- at ma
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UllbllMLIillb Jlinil laj I
SI I.I. SACKS !