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WILLIAMS. BLANCKARD ic CO..
Shipping t l'onici.Mon Merchant'
V, 2 I t fll"wrsisi lrrl,
.1. l'Ci-:iUtii Oo.,
HlVINHBEKVP. NGAC. KI)INIRFUK
Mai buein fr auwards ol Kttn years, anJ being
locate ia s dre pror.f hrks Noiid.n-, ft ere prrpfea'.o r--ve
awt discoee of Islan-1 etawtes, eacn aa Sagar, Rice. yrope. Pain,
CoSe. A-.. W 4 van '.. Coa(nivnM e.peeia.ly 4et4
rr lh Uregoei eaarael. ie which personal a'.teotion w.ll be piM,
,o1 apoa wUch r-- .lf inees will b aaaJc when reio;rol.
fa FB1CfcCO RFfIKC.i:
Bar-r A LiWl-'rr. Ju. Patrick A Co.,
fra-l. U'. W. T. C-ite-oeo It Co.,
Iiim, Raker Co.
AHa ft Lew.- La-I.l A Tiltno. Leonard A Green
-14 WaU-r ii. Air. J
jobs x rsaas
J. I'. MKRRIIX A; Co.,
Commission Merchants and Auctioneers
ai..J :.'' CalXroi Slrtti,
S a u 1 r ii n o i h c; o -
AL.--, AOENT." OF THE
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Pn-tieisiaraiientiongirentotae sale anl purchase ol mr
Shea..;-, slips' biinr.ioi.l-lio whales., fteg.H.sUng
'vn'frM arriving at ? Frauc.sre.by or to the Ho.
avilYlei Lioi Packets. w.ll bef-rwar.le.l iMrfMiM'..
rr on llon-lai buxht ol I. XX
)wr C. L. Rhr ! Co HoTlnt,j
II. UackfeU t
- C. Dnvrk Co "
Dr. R.W. Wl '
lion. E- U. All-a ,
A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
405 IB.ONT STaECT, CORNER CLAV,
Particular tUo'.i-in ai 1 to
t'.risrtjariu A htno l Pmi!ue.
II. V. SEVERAMK & CO.,
co.n.uissio.v jikuciiaxts, ;
40. I'llONT ST.
Conn t CUy Strwt, SAX FRANCISCO. a7 ly i
C0RBITT & MACLEAY,
Importers, iTholesale (irocers and
Coiumiioa lie reliant,
Shippers and Dealers of Oregon Produce.
SAX FRANCISCO t
OOIre 109 Cali(rNla Street.
1:1m4 IS Frajaf, nn IOk 12 Flrot St.
tar r n, v.n . hank r.f f'116-rn!a gita Fraoritco
l-haa'd-Ro. k'v. r'rc-.UU-u: S. F. Pn?r Co. Sao Franciaco
Mn CruVak Co Frreiro
Vcaaral La-iJ Jk TUUo. Baoh'r PortUoa, Orrf on
Bank of iJf.ill t;uao..
MM.r. I- u.g.UiDiih 4c Co FunUDU. ureaon
4'orbtu, Kaitinf to.
Mtmtv. BLbu On., Banker umoiuiu
YANKEE NOTIONS. FANCY COOLS,
MILLINER V GOODS.
White Goods, Perfumery, Poclcet Cutlery,
UOdtERY, ZEPHYR WOOL, ice. e.
HAVING RESIDENT BUIEK.i nib,
Katt and la fcuropr, and ncinf la direct communication
with th macroractor. we are eoabK4 to gt Oooda no tha
term, .nd la aril antlrdlllE!. i
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coaac, and we inrite l be
Fapecial Attention of Honolula Merchant
to an examination ef the same.
Particular attention -iren to Order.
TOBIV, DATt?aON k CO.
Corner Matter A iUswal Street.
Vl Smm Froariwe. Cl.
w. . icfmnu,
31S front St. San Eraocico.
LEYERIDGE. WADHAMS & CO.
W holcNalo O i-o C O 1 H
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
PartlriUr ll!ail pl
nt Saatl-rlc-fa laln-ol
t fvIrBBlflt f
a. --ew OF THE PACKING OF 1871,
tf-S-i.ar.r warraoted in food enler, tor m! at very tow
Bfura. a urr to dow a onizmnenU
pi U. HACKFELD A
WOOL, HIDES & TALLOW
PURCHASED AT THE
HIGHEST MARKET RATES
H. HACKFELD & Co.
COME AND BE HEALED!
BY DR. B. H. LYON'S
Medical Compound Remedy, j
X-inim.cn t and ."Pills ! j
FOR RECENT AN I CII RONIC DISEASES,
Rhenwiatitm. eoralU. tjnres l loera, Kraptinn. Ifkin .
Diiaaeea. Aithaa, iitk llofclache. bieaes at the Throat.
Lieer and Kidney ; fcr Female IrrcguUrilit- ami general de- j
btlity en-atnon to the (
The Compound Eemedy has no Superior !
A" One m vse it leitfiout Ul.i-j Btn'jittftl IK j
It r-uiorea fiom the bloutt thoaw iBrmrUx common to all :
iOTalkla. from the infant to &e man of year.
1 hare many evrtincat r from thovr w?k for year were
thoacbt beyoad the reach of human aL They are now en- '.
To the Victim of his Own Lust ! j
Tea who hare become poisoned by the deadly Tin which '
rntaila span peaterity the blighting cnre ot diarmae and death, j
and hare aaade yoor own esiatrne loaihacme. Ibere la '
Jlprr ywai jrt. Re Arc once more to be a man.
Take the C'or.iwtnJ as Irdil. "ti-, 1
Full direetiena tor oinj the Coupan:l Kcvtly, Ltnisacct '
and Pilla 1 firwt upno the Wrapper ot cailu
Std la Ilwatwlwlw by X. Am LUU D. 7 '
Fort Str-et. MLLtNOIIA.M s Co., liilo. Hawaii ; W. lut-
MA! W.lluio .Maui- iyt
HUCO STANCENWALD, M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
(j?inf reti'f frent l"ty ami Fmi?y Pntcti. on acroaut of
Lis heakn. will hTt after auead to
Offico Consultations Only.
Tor the e-jnreniewe of Patients, who may wib to cotiu!t him.
Ills Office wPd ie Ctfn o Ecnj Thtj r.f the Week
from 11 o'clock. A. M-t 3 o'cjefc.F. M. ; tuti'laya hy a;
pointment. PaUenu aatfirrinf from C !.:; it InMraju. loclod- :
toa; aiao dmeaa-a of the Ktb and Laa, Inaoar aod tfsun, a:i 1
at l. craxa cuu or dvrraatxe. or wiomit aTCait,fre- '
trulinjj tktmtttcti at that tint, tr 5Tit.bi. won Urvicx '
Taiamasr, will rtcstre apeciai care and attention. ;
A COMPLETE CHEMICAL LABORATORY !
will be connected with thte Office, for the naaufaoture of rare
sod ealoable raedicioal preparation, and for pcrfurtnirur any
permuooa repaired m Pathotorical and Analytical Cbeotistry.
Properties ForSale or Lease
THE CELEBRATED SUGAR LAND Or
II A K A LA C. la tte district r II , Hawaii.
The Land, House, Plata re sod Premise, of ACATEEAE,
Kona, Hawaii, eontaininf a boot TOO a-T-i.
For particular appir tr.
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II. M. WIIITXEV.
H. HACKFELD k CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING GOODS!
PER IIAWAIIAa BARK " KA MOI ! "
I)RI XTS-F A N C V. P I X K AV II IT E OROCN D
JL Brilliant, While Miirticr,
Horrock' Ionjf Cl-Jth, Browa Cott &.,
U'rje Cation, Heavy Denims, Ticking,
! Fine and Cntotnoo P.bu k Cohour;.,
Linen Irea Ooodn, White Linen. ?ilc;a.
El.uikets, l;urlap hea-ry anl light.
Fine Black Doeskin, Fine Pilot Cloth
Blae Flannel, White Flannr-1. Eanry Flannel,
Bunting r-d, white and Uluc, BprtiHilts,
Hickory fchlrt.-. While and Faocy Cotton Shirts.
Linen-hc.fora ShirU, Fancy Flannel Shirt,
Fine and Common Cotton Cndershlrta,
Linee and Cotton Hand kerchieft,
linen and Cotton Towel. TnrkUh Towel,
Veil P-irrge, Fine W!-;n FhawN,
F.vhio-able Ncvktie, Scarfu, Hnt", Parail,
I'mheeOaa heavy Sliit with Wlialebon.
Common Silk I'mbrellax, Cotton Crobrclli,
An Asst. of Fine Clothing !
A4rte-1 Ska and Stockiop-.
I.irteo an-1 Cotton Thres J. aaaotted,
AsorttI Etifrlinh SaJl!o, French CalO-in-i,
Perfatnery, Lubin' Kxtract,
riuan.1" P-ojatutu, Hir Oil. P'i.ij,
INir Brohe, Tooh Bnwhes, Ck.thM Bniht,
Tooth Cibs, I. R. Preying Comb.,
Asst. of Real Amber Fancy Goods !
Put ti. Pl"!ere B jUods. Crosen, BroocliP",
0-l of Ornanentf Mecrfcbaom Cigar IIoMera, with
Amh-r Month Piece, Aecordeons.
n?avy $ilvenatej f'p.oua and Frk.
M-Xher of Prarl Shirt Buttoni,
htntioocty Fine French Letter Pa-r,
Blank Boo.s, Phippinj Receipt Bool.
Blank Notee, ciaeora, Pocket-knire.
Ja -k koivee.
YELLOW METAL AND NAILS !
Pheet Zinc, Baoca Tin.
Fit'ifcitt Metal, C. C. Tin Plot', Ricetv
Hoop Iron tor Barrel and Key.
OaWanizod Iron Pipef, J to 11 inch.
Guarded Lantersn, Elbows and Tees,
Si earn Pipes. to 2 laches, Saaccpaos.
C. C. Iron, A.-sort'd PewiDj N"eHe,
Galvanized Ircu Backets, Washing Tab',
WISES, I-IQUOKSa &c.
-Hrenratcr. Ram, Gin,
Fin Claret in i-lsif, Cogoao Brandy.
Cbannmpne, Ale anJ rorter. Bitter, 4rc., tic.
Full Asst. of German, English and
rHear.ue Candid, Ewediih Saf.'ty Mstch-.
Ilabburk's Pale Bulle-J Lis-ced Oil. ic.
White L.1, Wh'.tc Z.oc, Bed Lead, Corda-.
Green. B'ack and Bloc Painif. Cval Tar,
y:ocVhc!in Tar, Browa Fitch, Fire CUy,
Fire Crick. Hoofing Slate-, Wrapping Papor.
tmpty Birrels. Oak Bjats for Coef,
Porcelain Tombleri, Alcohol,
Ltaokitig Gia giit iVameti,
! GERMAN and HAVANA CIGARS !
Hctop CauaJi aod Kaenduck, fail-twioe,
r.idnig Whips and Cane,
Wal! paper and Border,
Vienna Chairs aod Sofas. Walnut S.Jrlxord,
Wardrobes, Cheats of Drawer,
Writing Table, riaircloth Sofa.
Centre TaMes, Ac . Ae te.
Cocoa Door Mats, Gambler and Cutcb,
And Many Other Articles too Numerous to
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Adam Flidge'i Gold.
Mr. A.lam Hi, of Ma-iJv brook, L". S., re
tin nol Iroui CHatornia, nfier an a-tice of two
Lrinniiij; b-.nK with him seTeo thousand
j liari in g-M. This rnu euiu waa C'iisiereti a
. l'.rtuiie in 3JuJJjbrook; and Muddj-trook su-cor-J-inly
ext'-nd'.yi its arois to receive the amiable
Adiin; a'.tliough I am sorry tu toy tb Flidge
f,iioi!y Ix'injr oor, the youn aifvfnturcr hal
nt-vcr been apprcciafl by lii towpjeoJt until
i be iu W4 that h:ui iDuk Lis furtuoc in Calif..r-
, bia, oj-cnvl tbeir eyes to his estraordinary merits.
All black, arl boarded, and uncouth ia hif
ruuntiers, as Adam was, ho was cared by the
firct rople of Muddjbrook jKX'le gay and
' j.roud, vrho bad formerly noticed Adam no rnor
than if be had been a doe. iiut Adam, fretih from
j the Fockly of barbarians, and altogether unac
! customed to the fmilt-a of the tender sex, waetlat
i tered, bewil'iered, dazzled by the bright eyes
wliich Ixatmed fondly on him now. Woman'
; pmiles to him urero welcome u the breath of
r Spring to the bleak bills and tem-et rended trees.
With a heart hungry for love, it is no wonder that
he betrayed the most amiable of human weak
, ne&fs; no wonder that even too not very lHuti
, lul Matilda Moore led him a -willing captive; the
:' euld and eoqucttibh Matilda, to whom Adam had
ofl'cred biru&elf in the days of bi pjverty, and
I been flatly, eontemj-touly rejected.
feen through cold botind elapses, however.
; Adam appear.-d no more the worthless wretch Ma
'. tilda formerly considered him. As the'youngent
: of live unmarried daughters, in whot maiden
fjtetes phe was following fast, the proud Matilda ;
was pretty well qualified to judge of Adan.'B
! newly discovered merit. She judged indeed;
! and when the frtnpid fellow, brlieving every wo- ;
man true, onec more offered her his hand, the gra
! ciototly acceptel it. Adam almost buret with joy
and pride, lie firmly believed iiiiuseli to be tli
; moft fortunate iclluw in the world.
IJut while Adam was po happy, eomebo.ly was
j very miw-rable. To every laugh of his eoiuebod j
j echoed a igh. Wliile the Imlance of his liappi- ;
! ne wiw full, that of another kicked the beam, j
; That other wafl his fi.ster-hieter tbo fair liote, '
j who hud loved him ever, irom bis youth upward
with an tmaltered affection. She was a gentle,
winning creftture, and it is one of the wonders of ;
! Cupid that Adam hud ncrer fallen in love with i
! her. She was fairer than Matilda Moore, and it i
i must have been a silly pride which caused Adam i
to prefer the position ol the latter to the charac- :
I ter of Rose. !
j Ad:tm, in effect, did not appreciate Rose, lie
j did not understand her. Could be have known
: bow well she loved him, the startling truth might
i have brought him to bis senses. But he was one
! of Cupid's bats; lie could not see the light. Often,
: after his return, lie discovered tear in the soft
eyes of Rose.
44 My dear sister," he would eay, " what is the
! matter?' kissing her fondly, and playfully blow
J ing the tears off Irom her long eye-lashes. 44 What
i is the matter?"
Fool not to Bee! fool not to discover, in her
evasive answers, the grief which was breaking her
heart ! Rlind, indeed ! he appeared to see noth
ing except the charms of Matilda, and the glitter
of bis gold, which he kept locked up in a stout
. oaken chest, previously to investing it iu u farm
lor 44 sell and wile,
; uW Adam bad many old friends who warned
i him against Matilda, and wluwe wise counsel was
ut-Kpipeu. ins liiuiui- ami mucr uruiner oi-ggeu
J r...i 11: . r..ll 1 -II 1 11 1 1
him to make a diflerent choice, endeavoring to
: convince him that it was only his money that Ma-
'li vmi lliinlr T'jn !V hrthv"?"
onco in Bose s
presence. 44 tan t l read a wo-
I man's heart? If Matilda didn't love me, do you
: supjtose I would be fool enough not to see it!
She'd have me for her husband if I hadn't a penny
I in the world."
44 She wouldn't look at you," exclaimed his
i l.'pon which, both left the house in different di
i vections. Rose, trembling and weeping, remained
i it is rather a pingular coincidence, that on the
I very next morning Adam opened his eyes consid-
erably wider than usual, on first getting up, at
j the strange, startling eight, which mode him trcin
j ble nnd grow faint. The lid of the oak chest was
) lifted. The gold was gone. And in its place lay
j his bowie knife and revolver, which he always
j placed under bis pillow ou going to bed, as eecu
: lity against thieves.
Speechless and pale as death, Adam etood gar.
inz with a look of despair and rage at the rifled
! chest. It waa evident that the robbers on enter-
ing me room imu nrsi taiccn pospesston ot nis
weanons. and left them in nlace or tho pold. At
I . .- 1.
all events the gold was gone; Adam was penniless !
l ie fruit of many months of painful toil had van-
ished in a night time. The truth was too terri
ble to be realized, the misfortune too great to
t w 1 1tllJAl
: In a hoarse Toice Adam calletl his father, and
I commnnicated to him the fearlul intelligence. It
is hard to eay which waa the most angry of the
two. Ibey discovered how tho robber miaht have
: thrown by his misfortune caueed him a fit of ill-
ne?s' a ck ,I1;aa on a bed of
pain and desjir. All this time bis affianced, the
r -?J nVT ,mU f "V 'i 5
faithful, devoted Rose, was always by bis side to
iiumeiuaieiy on 111s recovery .u;idi oeioon mm
; self to Mr. Moore's house. Still unwilling to be
, lievc Matilda faithless, he went to pour out his
; sorrow in her sympathizing car and to assure her
01 nis itncnanziuz anection. .Matnua s loroid-
a.. o "I u m u Laa
din asXK"t chilled his heart; she regarded him as
if he nail been some unfortunate person whom she
i had seen somewhere, and of whom she retained
j remarkably disagreeable- recollections. Adam's
j eves were open to his folly, and he reproached her
44 Not another word, fcir!" cried Matilda,
J haughtily, interrupting his complaint. 44 If you
have been deceived iu ine 1 have been deceived
' in you. It is Lest fo:: us never to meet again,
j (.Jood bve!"
i Adam staggered home. He threw himself
' groaning npon a eeat. Poor llose scarcely less
'. afflicted than himself knelt down by his side,
: and begged hint to tell his 44 sister" what had
happened. Adam presed her hand to his bosom,
' and his tears fell on her glossy tresses, while to
that one sympathizing heart he offered his own,
j and laid bare all his grief. Meantime, poor Rose
i wept, but Bhe could not epeak, and withdrawing
herself from his embrace, the hastened to ber
j That night Adam slept soundly, and awoke in
I the morning, more nearly reconciled to his lot
' than he had been before. lie rubbed his eyes; he
smiled, as, recalling & dream he bad had, he made
more, to forget
r, to be a man
;i v 1 .it r a a uvn
! a resolution to regret his gold no
i the false Matilda, and, moreover,
' ar'nin. ila nihfwl bin ptm. u-n civ? I.nf an srmn
ns he got them fairly open, the smile vanished
j from his lips, and he stared in astonishment at
s-onie ooject ou tue na oi nisciiest. imager, trem- j
pung, ce sprang rorward; he seized it he pressed
it he laughed hysterically his countenance
gleamed wild with joy for his gold was in his
And pinned to the precious bag was a elip of
: paper, on which, iu a well knowa hand, were
written the following words:
: 44 Forgive me, dear Adam my dear brother ! I
I am the cause of your sorrow i took the gold. I
thought I was acting solely for your good. Now
if you wish to marry Matilda, ycu can, for she
I will accept you. I know I have acted unwisely
i wrongly but forgive your rxwr sister, whom you
will never see again!"
j Adam waa too much overjoyed to read more
; than half the note.
44 Forgive you you darling!" he cried, almost
out of his senses. 44 Forgive you my guardian
j ruling from his room. 44 "Where's PIoso?" he
demanded of the old housekeeper.
1 Rose had not yet appeared. Burning with im-
! patience, Adam sent the old ladv to call her. In
a minute she came back, pale with consternation, i
uecianng tnat Kose waa gone! Adam, recover. :
a - . a n - I
ing from the shock this intelligence had occasioned
mm, new br.ck to his room, locked up the gold,
ar.d set out immediately in pursuit of Hose, who,
he felt ur. had t.iken refuse with sime frinda
f vmv. . ... miv., u u . and finaiiy he goes to a man who agrees to bui
nn rn-w n ni lair run rinii ova at a- f w nw wn t- . wt.n.
i Ai .I r .7 T t a 3 ir ! lt- AfLvT a fcw ho hnda ont bow be did i
. ; J" ."i;'' " V,v- 'j.:l7"-,"uoilo you think a man of his sense would
. ( in i.uuit 01 t ie tuicirj. luiuiu: iogoma c-g.000 into a house, and take .5,000?
v ..TiWviTii--..iu ii.it-imwri.i.y . wer two Bnarper8 who met, and the
1 111: it-ver 01 excitement inui woicu atutiu was
: of the family in Ma pit-grove. Ou the way, aixo, '
Adam bad plfuty ot time to retWt; and on ar-'
riving at Mplegrnve, hi mind was fully made up :
with regard to wiU be ought tt do. i
lion's friend could not dony that ebe Ltd that
; day arrived at their houe. Adam demanded to !
' Fee her, and Ids nxjuet was not to be refused. ;
' And UJOT Rcset with swollen eye, and a face that
wi dV-athly pale, at length made herapfar.uiee, ,
tremrding with apprehension.
44 Say y'U are notaDgry with me!" elie fa3tere.j,
raisiirg her ryes timidly to Adam's fw "My
you ore not angry !"
44 Angry, with you. rayang-jl? Xo, indeed!"
cried Adam, folding her in his arms. And yet
it ia my duty to make you a prisoner now don't
tremble a prisoner for life, 1 mean! Not for
stealing my gold, yiiu rogue, but for staling your
etapid Adam's heart!"
And Row pour, silly, blushing Rose yielded
herself without a struggle, and Adam took ber
: home in triumph.
And not long after be took ber to another home,
and prepared for the dearest little wife in the
world a bappy home, which was the envy of all
Muddy brook, and an eyesore to Mia Matilda
M-jore for ever and ever.
Commonplace Lies and Dishonesty.
Henry Ward Beecher, in a recent sermon, said :
Have we a conscience that loves the simplicity
of truth for its own sake? The customary lie,
the profitable lie ore they not common in reli
eiou, in business, and iu i-olitics? You do not
need to cr back to the old ancient notion
; honor indexible truthfulness. Can there
' anything that our boys and girls are more likely I
to be nenenteu oy than to oe asnamea ol lying in
every form ? Take the matter of honty. W'e
are not a dishonest nation. Is a man striving to
make a comitency? I would make it by hon-
esty ; but the queetion is, suppose be cannot
A young man, my neighbor, dries bis paint,
lie said t mo the other day : ,4 This matter has
got to such a state that the paint men cannot be
hone-it. My wife says to me, why don't you go
to communion? I say I cannot when I know I
have got to cheat the next day. I have to do so,
i and mv customers know it and they want me
i to." The adulteration is 9'J per cent. He tells
! me it is one-third lead, then zinc, and tiien va
rieties ground together. 44 That is what they
demand," be says. 44 I sell more that has not
: any lead in it than that which has." I ask him,
44 here does that go.'" He tells me, 44 .North
and Northwest. Men that buy from me are not
very particular sometimes about having lead m
it. There ia a man who buys a creat manv times
during the year, and he is not particular if the
lead is not in it. lie is a good man, worth
8400,000, is a member of the church, for 1 know
he teaches a Bible class. He comes down to me
and says, 4 My friend, can't you put a little lead
into the paint you sell me '
44 So I thought I would oblige him, and when
I was melting a ton of lead I took a spoonful,
and I put it into his paint, eo that then he would
be able to 6ay to hi customers. Yea, there is
lead in it. " Laughter. Although this may
seem exaggeration, it ie all the better lor it. for
I exaggeration magnifies the object eo that you can j
j see better. It is not exaggeration to. say that j
I Bociety has carried dishonesty into the organic j
! structure of its business.
j In coffee thero i always adulteration. Some-
j times it is better for the adulteration; but it was
j thought the adulteration of chiccoiy waa not bad j
j enough, nnd roast peas or beam were added, and ;
1 they took old ship bread that had made a couole 1
1 . . " V . . t o ... 1
01 voyages, ami nut it 111. Uiuzhter.
I Ut TO. ilill I I UL 1L I I. I IIIITI 1IT. I 1
1 . " 1. r n m I .11. . . . .
i jiow is it with wine ' 1 am not bo familiar in
that direction. rLau.Thter.l But I bear rumors
about it. How is it about all the nroduct that i
come into the apothecary shop? I hear men say
tliat lives are lost because of ft alteration in
drugs. wind that patients break down because the
chloroform was not what it professed to be, when !
used by the phyei lau. In cloth always what it 1
professes to be ? Is there no cheating in linen, j
in iron, in stono, or plaster, in painting, or in
j Uuiluing ; j
Mechanics have become debauched, and manu- 1
j factuiers have become debauched. There is a
! principlo of dishonesty, which is among thera
; stives recognized, but they do not like to talk !
about it to others. It ..belongs, part and parcel,
j to the wbolo deterioration of the community
1 when they want more than they render an equiv
j a lent for.
j FCTTY VICES IM.VSTRATED.
j When a man wants 0 cents and earns only 10
cents, he cheats. When be wants more than a
I fair equivalent for his services, he cheats. No
j man is honest who does not wish to give a fair
j equivalent for what he takes.
A young man is advancing in life, let us eay.
He is ambitious, nnd 60 is his wife. He has put
; a8iJc $r m to buld ft b ftnd hie .f
..-. . . 7 , . , J, .
4iou are not eoine to build for less than his
HftMCA ? ' 'FttA vr.i.mrv mnn lunlinu . 4 Wrt.n t..
t s8 .000." J 44 sfill. vou am smart, and rn.,
I ' 7 J
, can get as good a bouse as they have." So he
eays, 44 1 will." And he plays for nn 8,000
i -",- '4 ! Sf3 UVlt.. UIHK.U till IrtJU 1 llllt J UU1 1A
it for $5 wo Ue ,ieg to lh(. builderB 0ne
mnn . , wi dit for 7,500."
i 4, r tnlIr ltU .,,'. hrt UKtvm Ua t9noa
i ,u n ,u:u i. :i r, cr.
a .j autfLiit t . iz iiuuan ir tHiuiii 111 it. 1111 .n.inni
I VkAri trwl Ii I in
JJut who Ma9 ,lifl teachcp an1 BcbonUmnBtn in
I tLe fmud? j.ut Uie nian extravagant in
; wanting a hou6C uloro tlian ,ie couW t
! buiIJ' It is a crying shame of multitudes that
j th nt to nve & t)au th, can -
13 extravagance w
hich is tempting eo many of the
j community to fraud. Mechanics say, 44 We can
I not be honest and follow our business." A man
j 6aid to me, 44 You preach, and that is all ; but in
! my business you would find it different to preach
about honesty and be honest." And I am afraid
! it is so. Arc not these things which mothers
j ought to think of?
A man has a mother who goes shopping, and
she beats down all the goods, and endeavors to
perplex tho clerk with taking lees money than
the good9 are worth. One day a young lady, a
daughter, caine home to her mother, out of
breath with delight. She said : 44As sure as I
am alive, I went to Jenkins', and there was a
beautiful ribbon for Kale. I asked the price of
the lady ; she said a dollar and a half.
44A clerk, who has not been long there, said,
when I asked him : 4 The price, I believe, is
fifty cents.' I said I would take six yards, and,
oh, mother, here it is!" And the mother re
plies : 44 1 am sorry you did not take twice as
much." That love of bargains, to get something
very cheap, that dishonesty of wanting more than
the worth of your money, is eating out the sensi
bility of the community, through the working
men and the manufacturers.
! There ia a necessity of reform in the simple
i matter of honesty, and the 6chool ought to have
some drill in this matter. N here is the cate
chism for teaching this industry? The school
, B,ouid uaTe eomething to inspire children with
. delity, self-control and patriotism. This is the
flort of morajt- that 0U,bt t0 be taught. !
i - I
Natural. Strange 6tories come from
Some of them are at least ben. trovati.
The Druggist and Chartist contains the etory of a
sea captain to whom a 6ailor applied tor 44 some
thing on his stomach." The captain consulted
his book of directions, and prescribed 44 No. 15."
Unfortunately, however, there had been a run on
No. 15, and the bottle was empty. But the
skipper, rememberirjg old games of cribbage,
made up a dose by combining No. 8 and No. 7,
! sayiDg, 44 8 and 7 make 15 ;" and tho sudor, to
j whom the calculation teemed quite natural, took
tue mixture Mim siaruing tueet.
Dubuque, Iowa, boys are up to fun, as will be j
seen by tho following : Several youths put up a
job on one of tho 6extons at the Central Church
the other night. A part of his duty was to keep
tha youngsters out from under the pulpit. Some
mischievous boys that knew this took an over
coat, stuffed it with other clothes until it looked
like a boy, and thrust it on the forbidden ground.
Pretty soon the sexton came along and saw it
under there. 44 Come out,' he whispered.
44 Come out, I say," said he still louder, as he
.a. .a ia..a a a
saw mat tne supposed ooy aiun t stir, finally,
when command or entreaty would not prevail, he
went under the platform, grabbed the figure by
tho shoulder, and came out again with feelings
anything hut cvanjelienl.
Ess and Esses.
44 S vau have finished yur Mitdie at tb
Seminary? 1 wa much plea.sed with tle closing
exercise. The ac hor of that poem Mi9 White,
I think you called her bid f.ir to beeome known
a a poet."
44 We think the authored will become cele
brated a a roete," remarked the voung lady
pertly, with a marked eiaphais, on two word ot
j the euteiw.
i 44 Oh at," replied the old gentleman looking
j thoughtfully over hi gold spectacle at the young
j lady. 44 1 hear her ister was quite an actrew,
! and under Mis Hnsraer's instruction will un-
! doubtedlv become quite a jvulntoress."
! ine Touns laay BrrareJ irritateii.
The Joan- lady Brrared irrii
44 The Seminary, continued the old gentle
man, with imperturbable gravity, 44 is fortunate
i in having an efficient board of manageress1.
! From the Pree-identes down to the humblest
j t eat be res, unusual talent is shown. There is
I Mis Harper, who, as a chemistress, is unoiuallei,
! and Mrs. Knowles baa already a reputation as an
astronomerees. Anil in the department of music
j few can equal Mis Kellogg a a singerese."
i The young lady did not appear to like the
! chair she was sitting on. She took the ofa at
! tbo other end of the room.
44 Yes," continued the old gentleman, a if
' taking to himself, 44 those White s'eter are very
i talented. Mary, I understand, has turned her
! attention to j sua ting and the drama, and will
' surely become famous a an actress and painteress,
. and even now as lectureas "
A loud slamming of the door caused the old
f j gentleman to look up, and the critice and
The Troy Times says: Here is a true dog
I story : A family down town having a false grate
' in one of the rooms of the house, placed some
I red paper behind it to give it the effect of fire,
i One of tho coldest days this Winter, the dog
i belonging to the household came in from out of
; doors, and seeing the paper in the grate, deliber
j ately walked up to it, and laid down before it.
i curled up in the best way to receive the glowing
1 heat a it camo from tho fire. He remained
j motionless for a few minutes ; feeling no warmth
j be raised head and looked over his shoulder at
. the grate ; still feeling no heat, he arose and care
fully applied hi nose to the grate and smelt of
it. It was cold as ice. With a look of the
I most supreme disgust, his tail curled down be
j tween his legs, every hair on bis body saying
! 44 I'm sold," the dog trotted out of tho room.
not even deigning to cast a look ut the party in
the room, who had watched bis actions, and
laughed so heartily at bis misfortunes. That dog
had reason as well as instinct.
A fJooo Invention. A Rhode Inland men has
invented a torpedo in the shape of a grain of
corn, which is designed for the beguilement of
crowB. As soon as that offensive bird takes hold
of it, it explodes and blows the top of his head
off. This affords a cheap and innocent recreation
for the crow, and at the same time does away
with a grievous evil.
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0E OF THE MOST ELIGIBLE I)WELLIC LOTS
In the City of Honolulu, ! now offered by the rndersicnetl. He
Is desirous to dispose or that fine Sn1 healthily altuatei) tree
of Land adjoining the Oorernment Garden, and fronting Uchuol
and Fort Streets at the head of the latter.
Any one wishing to purchase should apply soon, as the Lot
will be sold at a low figure. (ap6) J. h. LEMON.
$2,500. CHELSEA LAUNDRY
WITH ElElilTHIM BELOXGIXG TO
nOIlSK WAGON. OI'T TtV I MUNCH. MAN
UL.K, Polishing and Fluting Machines, and all of tte
modern luiproreniente with lease of remls-s for three years,
from the lt of April next all for 2,600. Fixation glren at
once. The Laundry work fr the laat three years has amounted
to $12,431,60; cting 3 42S.26 at the rate of 7t cenU er day
for nailre women, and $1.00 per day for native men. For the
last two yean I have nt Ine most of my time in California,
and hare there established my Medical Preparations, which de
mands my undivided attention, and that Is why I offer the
Laundry for sale. The Laundry work placed in the hands of
one or two Interested partle. can be lncraed one-balf, without
any additional cost of labor, or at least $8,000 per year. The
work for Ust month at the name rate per year, amounted to
$7.76. thoold an additional line of steamer, he pat on, they
alone would add $1,600 or $2,000 to the $ 000. taken as a
medium standard. Any one desiring the bosines. will pleas
call at the Laundry, where full particulars will be gieen.
f8 B. H. LYON, Proprietor.
New Cigar and Tobacco Store.
r-MHR UNDERSIGNED BEOS TO NOTIFY
. the Public generally that be has opened ia the above
bunlness at the flora at
44 PORT STREET.
Where ti will keep constantly on hand the best brands of
CIGARS ANI' TOBACCO,
MEEKSCIIAUM AND OTHER PIPCS,
A large assortment of the latest style.
Soda Water and. Ginger 3?op.
He will also be found ready to giro his prompt attention to
orders in hi line as a Machinist and Fnglneer.
iaif THOMAS LACK.