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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. MARCH 11, 1882.
M GREAT INTERNATIONAL CLOTHING CO.
Capital, $3,000,000, ARNOLD FITZGERALD,
A. - jVJL" . jVE
Honolulu Clothing Smpormm,
Special -A-jeiit lor the Hawaiian Islands.
mik iM)Kr.MiiKi .Mn: ihkam;kikm. with iiik
I'.XS V I Jut J- y tt.- ' '-Ka.ut.i-jr ol ttie-e !..:..! :'h t.-.e.r
WORLD RENOWNED READY MADE CLOTHING
A', t h r- ir.r t- :L- p..
ia-.'T4U'il:.AMINK THE MRST I N Wl C fc. u h L
I. C. MlHitV,c.n.i-.r.,--(
(SKXTV KLACEi BKOAIfW)TH SUITS !
I.ent" ro?-u TtfJ A. -.iuii-rr u!l-,
trat? -Uh lurrd i. ta-.-':U!rfe I ..ct
..!,' bite I.lfo CaaN.
L-nl- Yll.ilr Mai'.rUIr e-J-.
itrh TuffJ Nail,
C)" !a) Elar Saiior Mi'it.
Thr- i (..li k li'i-n a.i'11- .ii'jr l.i wil llii Slrkr(. j-r.s- J. n t I.- r, t-k n ri c- n-i I-rti--n to Itcitirat'-
Ih- r- n-t-i- ... .nl hiimtll m fr-m th- factor j drrt. I am -n .11- I I . th-nt HI. 1 1' II 1 il AN A N V OTHER UOtsK
in thia T n
X. If. A KEW niKlillNMiF
DRY i()ODS TRIMMINGS & DRESS GOODS ON HAND YET !
iik H will m: mh.d a'.vav at anv imiick. to c-i.kk them m r.
A. M. LV3 ELLIS,
I Ioiiolulii CJllliiiT liiipoi'iitm,
if lot KIlHT STIIKKT, IIUKWKK'S If LOCK.
1M -ONLY UPRIGHT PIANO
Will Bemam- Permanently in Tune !
This will interest A 11 wno con
template Purchasing OIMHS of
these Household Treasures,
THE MATHUSHEK PIANOS
JUST BEEN IMPORTED
im.ES KOW Iff
i-iis music srro:RJ2 i
.A. M AEAHCL OF EXCEL UiCJi
As all will leclare who have had the pleasure of hearing them.
Several of tliem Iisivc already Iceii Holtl, smcl lie
points willi pride to liis Customer ivIio Ii:ive
tlie ool .J u? fluent to pureliase :i Flifi2
B.STHIU.1I2:XT. It spe:iE&s well either
lor their Judgment or
T H S I R O I? F R A M E i
entirely new ami novel, most substantial in its construction, with three
cross bars, rewleriiig it
Impregnable to Any Pressure Ever Brought to Bear Upon It.
THS T U W I M G ? ITJ S ,
which, when once placed, are
and there is now no chance for the action of the atmosphere to lengthen or
contract the strinirs. (as is the cae when
frame), ami vet they have all the advantage of a wood bearing, and the jin is
tirmlv hel l t the verv oint at which the string takes ! old. This is one of
the reasons why our l lano.s require
I'l'.KTI K f HUM It K Of OI.K HI" I.I..
,f - M r ii l v -.o, m.c iratlifa'.ly rrmsrkl iruti
urn w-ifii. ir !'. .
I'nui ih inri.i i of t;ir ri'i I x i"S fcA-. i: h vl b.-om-r an rl -l h I I L-t tfial III l'i in , une of III- lr.ot ntx-(l-
m'.u .tt in-.f r unir-.i. . ..il f all t-t f.til.
. oifi- r m .rra hy "jr c .1- h rf t-n atl lo rr'lic a l"ian. lh ! i! not .'. r. , it- in a jroar that it
tirnw r l- ' I r.. in-iiini I f.t In U K i-! pl.ice to a inn, ir r voan-l. rvr..!. rtr ttur I'.a'io alm. t int'.U tahlr lo any
ioa r il ' it
JT. WELLS, Wo. 107 ort Street,
SAe Ah?;nt for minv of ths Ladinsr Pianos nnd Orrrms of the World
t' SiMicl foi- Catalogue and Li-ice List.j
Sl'XDA Y Till E TABLSi
rHF.OMMItl F WILL HI" N TO-MOK-
1 K' OV on the I 4 ' it g I u. I r lf. aco"iiini"lation of
ear rhurH ai.d .ui.-l.iy f eh'.l I'l.il.lren. ai'd aii f r
tt.e W..di i al d-ire au r- .r.y . inviorlu. m-irniritf or
ti.n c(b.l!l. lr lHI l.a r-c n d i.unnMH en."iu
U nr: in ail .lr. f r i e-.t- riin.Kij h it . it y in r ekirx
th w.nl4 . f iur tf-iir'.u f aioi'ii.it . and f-r r.'mfn, o-n-vn.n.-e.
r.'h .ti.l i f drivuy at.d h -.pne-s in f.ie. tUi th
erw.irt pr.mipcn !- rt rh .lu'.e, he certainly d serves
the r!! of our er.tire c n.iuuo.ty.
II1V r.Ull.t: inir ruisof .r.
6 .: m. .! IUtl.4.. H am
1 i m 30 .am
10: li a m 10 m
11 IS p -a o P m
1 pm i ' I'm
4 p a.. t'i U.ili.ki KjiU.. i ................. p m
7 pm ''' I' m
SJ p m i P "
Xf The VaI.ey Tuiii- Tab.e will I a f.jl'.o: .CI
HIT! STOLE'': 1I1VIJ II TATV' E-lD.Ni:
9 .......anl.. V-'l. . . ru
10 ........ ... m..I ..am
H.IO pn..U4i l m
1 p at.. ::U P m
4 ............. ......pm.. 4 3. y m
6 i. P m.. T l' P m
8:40 p m. . 9 10
t r P.nf n.'t r- iht at i 3 a m ar.d 4 p. m
w.a rut.-t. t- W.i.iai U.Uh. and the c.'ufi!- fr tne round
ir.p. Bth lncl.idel, will be o ;!y r ifty Ceo: a. Tickets ei;ht
i. t otir l.lur.
Otlic - of Pjntheoi Mal:e, crner lintel anl F Tt Str.t.:s.
il J i. IniUii, Pn.j riet .r.
I3R. CHARLES KESSLER,
Tupil f PR. II N.- VON El' LOW, will be tla 1
TO PLAY CLASSICAL MUSIC
HI -v" o ii i ii g Parties
On Moderate Term.
XT riv-n in Pianifirte playing, at One Dollar
pev Leasnn, if wuhin h f a m le of Post Office, beyond that
di-lane T w lll-trw
Commani ations le't at WKLI.' MUSIC STORE will be
rfDOiptly attebdel U by Mr. Hosier. j '23 3m
SS f-C-iV-J ( bar"
Vote h 1 nnd A. (n-lmnf (oat:
l.mtV l.atr-t M!r in a(l(tal-, (Sbiurlhins Af)
Ulit' Vll.itr I.lcrn li:it-.
..ruts tunu l-icra Solt
Ko' Cro-.tn I.I lira nit.
BY GEO. F. WELLS
the iins are inserted in the wood
oui one-iounn 01 me inning necessary
Thertninrnt nrii.:, o:r Pu'l. rxntiiinin; Hie
tne n.:;if i.r a.! oaitr r.:: li 1 1 f,-. n (! t-.irg l.n linl at
STRAWBERRY PLANTS !
5000 Choice San Joe Straw-
Sever.il r.v07ite Varieties now Ready
IKU . li I i:TS I'F.R D07.KN.
App'y at fir ll.inai: ti: Il. t'. t.
f 11 lm
A. II Kit I! Kll T.
III iVTEMIl G TO VISIT LlllllVl
Health or Otherwise.
the lu: c f'-P. want of v i;ors t anil rrsid-nt of Lull unl,
has I. 1 bu.it. at r up -rue, a tine, I ire tvrn.. ry
"Boarding & Lodging House
Uu the Kfp'atikd-. n-sr I'.e t- re ol !r. K.rki
a:i I where he i n .w prepired to
Fnmisii Nice Airy Rooms and Clean Eeds !
r. 1tiif i-,v mmi', at ra iftt rat-a.
XT The I ! w 1. h- u; p: e l wi:h th r very b st the Ho
roluiu and Lh-i tia l.trket.' atTird. I her-? i- teim commu
tiic iti- n with H'iK.'u!a three time witi, hei.it-s the reg-j-l.ir
a.lirg p u-li-t .Net; .Merrill "
14 lm A II FOOK.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AMI COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. jm 1 81 ly
AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR.
'IMIK RMil'LIK SKSI(S OFOCKAMC
1 C.iuneil No. 7TT A. L. of II. ar-hel.l in ihe Kniphts
ol Pthii Hall. Campbell's Budlirg oa the FIRST and
THIRD TL ErDAVS ol every M nth.
ill 3m HENRY SMITH, Sec'y.
8 & LIQUOR
Europe and United States.
nil HI) C03IPLETE ASSORTMENT
WHDB, ALES' & SPIRITS,
Hennessy Brandy, all Qualities;
liOl TKI.LKAI' HKA.MIV, all qualiiiti;
M AIITKI.I. IIKA.MIV, allqialitks;
KOI" V Kit. GOILET X. CO. BRAND!', all
lOKUVII.I.i: JL CO. Illt. NDV.allqaalitiea;
Jl l.KN KDUIV A. CO. UllANOV. all qualitieii-,
II M I KH HI li. CO. UKANDV. all qualili-;
MAIOIIHSSF & CO. UKANDV. all qulitie;
JCI,E I.KFKAXC A. CO. UKANDV. all
And various other kinds of Me
dium and Common Brands.
Cutter & Co. Whiskies, all Brands;
kkxtickv favorite whisky,
o. f. c. sock mash,
kve whisk hv,
cabinet whisk v.
FOR THE CELEBR ATKD
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
ALL QUALITIES AND AGES.
A.lso, Sole Agents
Reuben Earley's Whisky
From Lou'Til!e, Kentucky. Doth BramU being well
known for thsre uniurpjed exrllenre
KEY BRAIMD GIXVT !
In mall Ilutlles. Stone Jug mad Irse Squares,
) Uallon l'ackaf:
iluulinan &. CO. IMUZE MKDAL UIX, very
smooth auu toe;
Ueortl Si. sai'i rrlrbrnlrit OLD TOM GIN.
Wnllrr'a SCHIEDAM nnd SCIIXATl'S,
Daulrl Vlurr Si Sa rrlrbrnlrd "GRAY
STALLION " bn.nd rf GIN
For the Ce'.ebra!ed and World-Renowned
SalvsL?ox Beer !
CASKS OF SAMK I.N PIMS AND QUARTS,
Oonts.iif".ly on Hsxiid
Keeeivcd b) t vi-ry vrrsel frnm the Atlantic I'ort
GM1 MV 33 El; R
ALWAYS ON HAND. j
IN PINT.S AND Ql"AHTS.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOTT!
I.N FINVS AND QUARTS.
S H K E Y !
CLARET WINE, in casks and hf-casks ;
CLARET WINE, in boxes, 1 dozen each ;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
i DUC de MONTEBELLO CHAMPAGltlS,
pints and quarts;
BURKE &. KINNAHAN'S
SCOTCH VHISKY !
Wm. Rankin & Son's
J A .M A I V A GINGKR,
1JITTKRS OF AI.I. KINDS.
Cll A RTRF.l'SK,
A II' INT UK.
I.I ME JCICE.
AimI lOO Other Tilings I
TOO SLMLROU5 TO MENTION", ALL OF WHICH
"W ILL 33 E SOLD
Lowest Market Rates !
BROWN 6l CO.,
14 MERCHANT STREET.
S. Orders from the other Islands
Promptly attended to-
to sugar planters.
j Having tested the Efficiency of
! m WIUE ROPEWAY !
! i OK
Carrying; Sny::ir i'ltuo,
I I h purchased ftitr. Mr. A. S. HaiiiJie
I The Exclusive Right of said Patent
EI :i v :& i i :a n I si si ml I
1 AnJ h-r-by nine t.o:ici; tl.at I in prepared
To Furnish Material or Contract to erect
Line3 of any desired Length or
Paiti.'. iut-ret-.l i.'i the tiansiirtatinn of Sugar Case
S-unar, Tuel r Mcrrh.r. ii-, 'Sprcially over brot-n aud diffi
cult pr.uud ar tnvittd t i- fwcl ih- line walking ujon my
Iil"tUat.on at Kea::a. or th r R1 iheaon;co view at lb
Utfl.-e of Me. W. G Irwni Co . Honolulu.
Any infnrm iti n wiil be rli" rluliy givtn by the uud-r:gnrd
,,rb 1K J M. ril".MI'JiO. c.tre M-Sr. Irin Co., who
will visit lo-aliti-H here lies may r.e dcs:rcd aud make pro
pr fKes and e-.tinia.t lt the same
Z. S. SPALDINC.
IMPORTANT 1WS !
The undersigned offer j;
For Sale a large and well H
! selected stock of WINE f I!
LIQUORS, ALE, &c. tj
Those wishing to obtain j!
the Best Goods at Reas- !;
onable Prices, will find it 'j
to their interest to exam
ino the Stock of
j s i. 10 MKRCS! 1T ST.. IIOXH.I I.I .
P. S. ---Orders from the
other Islands shall always
receive prompt and care
ful attention. j-2i 3m
I HAVE A NUMBER OF WELL SELECTED
not quite two mile from Town, to sell on tli Moat Reasona
ble lerms t tlwte who desire to nuilit
Co tt aire H o m e s !
These Lots arc the Cli?npet nJ ?.iol Profitable Invest.
merit our Working CI. ise will have for a long lime to come.
The object in Belling these
LOTSat a LOW FIGURE
is to I'.uil.l up it eltlrment which has already commenced.
The Location is Most Delr.tble, ami for Health, View and
Productive Ssoil, they cannot be turpaseeil on the Island
A Pleasant, Romantic
Country Homestead !
about two miles In the suburbs, l Lease for a Term. House
contains some Six Rooms, with varioun Out-Houses, Stable,
Carriage House, Chicken House, and Good Pasturage fr a
Cow and Horse the year round. Kciital, $3i0 a Year. Partly
furnished. AIo, la l.r.lf;,
I HLllTIFU Fl'iaiSIIEI) HOUSE !
about li milos from Town, Duilt with all Modern Im
provement:), including Two Neat Cottagtfc,
sepinite from the Main Building,
suitable for STI'DV KOOI. with plenty of Water,
stable, Larnuge imuse, Ac. Mental, $4ou a year.
J. K. VIKMAN.
37 Merchaiit l., Ke:il Kstate I'.rokvr, Employment Bureau
and Oeneral Uueiuess Agent. ja2I
IT TO UK KNOWN THAT
J. WILLIAMS & CO., 102 Fort st,
(Successors to M. I'ickjon.)
17 h o t o g r a p li i s 9
4 RE PRKI'.lRF.l) TO !( F I US T-C I.ASS
WORK OF ALL, KINDS.
Special Attention given to Children !
WE ARE PRKPARKD TO DO
ALL KINDS OF LARGE WORK !
miniature: to liff sitf t
F.ither i l L'ratn;i, Water Colors. Indii Ink or Oil,
Photos Colored, elc.
We employ FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS, doing work rqual to
that cl the uet t.areries ot !an r rancico and at leescol.
A great variety r.f Inlai d Vie vs. Curiosities. Shells and
Oirai from all parts rf the Par. tic. Hawaiian ea Mosses and
I-erns. Latest Myles ol rrames. Passepartouts and Mats con-
S'.anllv nu hard
Tr A Ijt.ly will he in it! ten. la ce Charges reasonable and
fell ly J. WILLI AMS &. CO , Propriet rs
1IKS. lUriittKSN HAVING RETCRED
i 1 from the Stiites. i now prepared to F'LRNISH or
M Arit TO Oil ur.ll on fcliurt Notice,
Switches, Curls, Seams. Coquets, waves.
Wigs, etc , etc
The Watervliet and Lisbon Wave
MRS. BURGESS keeos on hand for Stale, a verv Select
Stock of Invisible and ot!;er Hir Pins, Invi-ible Hair Net-4,
triinpirif Pins. I inchintr Iron. Coronets. Ladies Fine Mack
Comb?, Ure-in2 and Fine t'oinh-t, Childrea'a Celluloid and
Ruhber Kouni! h'umlM, Hair liruihe.. Hair t)il. Fine Qualities
of Colognes. Bay Kum and Florida Water, Fine Face Powders
and Cammelnie, etc., etc. Als TIIK CKLEBKATED
SHAMPOO M IXTURE !
Warranted to cleane the Scalps and Hair from all
im pui ities.
WAVES. COQIOS and OTHER miR WORK. !
Kedressel and Piped to Order, and at Short Notice. HAIR
UREf.-ING and SHAM POO I NO. and in fact, all Kind of
Work appertaining to the tra !e, pronipt y and artistically ex
M MS. Bl'KGES would aim announce that she is the
Agent fr the Firm of A. BKllNHARIi . CO, of New York,
Manufacturing Jeweler an l Importers of Diamond. Pearls
and Prcriou-s Sjt ;nes. Or.vx sd 1 biamnnj Jewelry, Hair Jewel
ry and Device Work
Kemi-mh-r the ad ire, 21S Furl Street. nearly opposite
the Fort Street Sch ol. TKI.fcPilON E NL'MBKK I 32.
laTui .MRS. Bl'RGESS,
The Undersigned has For Sale
FROM ONE to TWO YEARS OLD,
SHIED BY THE CELEBRATED BI'LL
Imported from Xew Zealand fur MR. MOFFITT, said lo
tie the tinest Hereford Hull ever imparted here.
These BULLS Will be Delivered,
IF DESIRED BT TCRCIIASER.
Price According to Age and Quality,
from $75 to $100-
W. H. RICE. Lihue, Kauai.
CLOSIHa DOT SALE OF JSWELHT
An Assortment of
5-o1gL asidL Silver
-.HELL and KUKUI ORNAMENTS. GOLD and SILVER SEIS,
BRACELETS! BROOCHES, SOLID SILVER SFOOITS,
SILVER CUPS, NAPKIN RINGS.
SLEEVE BUTTONS. SCARF PIKS, and a
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF TASTEFUL JEWELRY
Wlaich we will Sell
As this is a BONA FIDE
CAJLE licjbrc You Ihuj Elsewhere, on
WESIKTSIESIEL cS GO.,
Just Received by Late Arrivals the Finest. Largest anl Host Select Stcck of
EVER IMPORTHD IXTO.TIIIS KINCtDO.M.
I II1VK A FILL Lli:
Gold & Plated Sets
Fir., Etc.. Eir.
Which I am Prepared to Sell at
All wishing to purchase will do wrll by esnmining
All vnrietieg of GooJs rcquireJ in the Jewelry Business
Fine Watch Repairing ami Jewelry M inufiictunng a spkcialitv! C5A" ALL WORK WARRANTED.
I hoM invself personally 'responsible for ALL (JOODS eiilrusteJ lo tnv c:ire. aud assure all
ruy Patrons of perfect security of their goods. t2T
BROGUE, SPEAR & CO.,
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
nEG LEAVE TO INFORM T If K PCUt.lC
COLD AND SILVER SETTS.
PINS, RINGS. EAR RINGS,
VEST CHAINS, NECKLACES SCARF PINS,
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasmanian Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware, American Clocks.
we wori.n also statu that
Grolcl. ICuIsui, Shell
"WiLtcliew I J 'i:i ii"ol
DIAMONDS SET IN
A Sncciulity IVI1c in
roroci i Ars, medals, lockets, ac.
17- ORDEns FROM TIIK O I'll KR ISLANDS WILL UIXKIVK OL'K I'llOMI'T
Every Article Guaranteed as
75 FOR T
This Kleeantlv Bml TROTTING STALLION'
at M AK AW AO. M All. M.son tn t'tl M I KNt'K Jl
FullTHB SEASWX TIIIKIV DOLL US. payahle
payable when the tcare is ascertained he wi h fj3l or oarteil
DESCRIPT X O JSZ
VOl'XG VRX'TL'KK is a lleautiful Coal lilack
pea, no other white, ST AX Lis 13 II K M)i IIK. II, and will weu-h ahout 1 2 pur.ds. Las a v ry fin- head. 1 ir.e. hill pjp,
beautifully arched neck, heavy fchr uldtrs and br 'al. in the chest, showing tmiiieti-e lun ' ver. h is a wrv utrnii" hick arid in
closely ribhed up with g ! Inrrel. v. ry round hind quarters,
and A ?o. 1 le-t at.d !. Is very crnipactiy huilt an'l tin tortn m very hlo' d hke. in hr ef his whic c 't.l.nir an 1 fi ne.-al m.ike up
is one of exceeding beauty and symmetry, and conies as near hclug a tin-del horn an ore woul I if he wi re i; travel iir iun I
the world, ills sty ie and act! a in harness is unsarp issed, havinj a proud cirrta'it and an exc e 1 r.--! v f is. wlk.
T E I X
iOl NG K.N ri RE was bred t.y GEORGE
tinjr STALLION V KNH'RK, 2 i:7i ; he bv H-lmnnt. m
VOl'XG VKSTCRE'S dam was ADA MORRILL, a mare
very fast mare; htin? ket.t as a hrood mare and never u.d
2-30 any day of the week except Sunday, she wai Hired hy
1231, nd UiiJe 2.24, Young Morrill hy Old Murril'. lie bv the
The subject ff breedlnz is of such importance that it hn in tf.e 1 i-t Us year', le I t th ! Inc.: ion of inn.y e! .borate
works on the subject by the tnost able H irsemen of the dav. which are h .t i irtru. -;v-an 1 hat a. the,- autV.ri-
ties all differ to preater or ten e.lt?n:. the in:eii;-nt breeder. aft-r a careful p-ru-il of ttiem. is bii.'e I t a h p: a line of his
own. and depend upon his on j n lament in a measure as to th pr ipr :!- -ti .n ..f th ansm iU t- M.taiti the l,-s reult. In
my own experience in th muter I have aliavi 1 .Hovel one rule, which is .. -imnie tint it em r ,N!a:r,i 1 r.i a nuvbeil. thii
was to bre-.d the best m .res tint I cou! 1 tr-t to the v-ry b-st t million th .t I c u .1 ft:: 1. ar.d I l.sv-: i:tv t y-t h ; n d.cippoirited
with the results, and I believe that ev-rv person so doinir is on th" rUht lra?n. l':tne d tt,,. r.e:,ce h a, i r ,vd to us ail that
it pays only to raise the very best, as the pr i.-e:iy of inferior s:rt amount ! v-rv utile alive tlie c ,,t ..I rais:r.?, wli-rem the
colt from a standard .r-l hre wid alwavs be .!eal:e at ntnunertttv- rj-es, but as th. uuit hy a.l minds be ad'iii:f.d aa a
self evident truth. I Kid mt d. late upon ii.
I believe that I offer to the ru he, in VOl'XG V E XT I R K, a coiuhpati -n of hloo 1 :!.:.- is w-.rtl.y of the attention
of the most critical Horsemen. n the aide of hi sir he traces throufh stn.-tly ih-tfoush'Te I hms ihr-ct to Imported Kxpcdi-
tion, from whom so manv fivers have d-sc-nded; an 1 on the s:de ol his d un thr u.'h -.lie m opuUr trottmif l ues direct to
IniDorled Messinger. whrh is as everv Horsemen knoxs. the f' Utitain he , d of the Atnenc in trot-in horse. These qualiflca-
tioni. toeether with his 6ne ;z, slvl'e, color and munificent tro:t:tij act. on c uiihine. to m ,k- him one of the m .-t valuable
horses for STOCI4 1'L Knlsti triat coul I po?;iiiy oe tuunn.
botn single ana iioume. ana as a ir4V'-ier exceeaioiy spe'-'i.
of a mile witn dim in tout i sm.u. u;,orruiiri.ii rnr.
which there are now about a dozen in the countrv, and they i
bearing a strong resemhlanace tj their s:re. being greatiy admired by every one fjr th or b-.-autr, thus proving that the horse is
an extraordmary Dreen--.
ty GOOD PAS TUR AG K will he furn shed for mares
PER MONTH, and due care t iken to prevent acei l nts. I ut
rr I will give 50 GOLD COI N to the person
VEN'TL' RE, and out of a native mare; $30 to the second
tember 2nd, IS
sit Very SjOW E5:iIon.
CLOSING OUT SALE,
U2 Fllin STREET.
PLATES JEWELRY !
OF ALL KINDS
A M D
F.le.. Elt.. Elc
Most Unprecedented Low Prices.
my Slock BEFOKE rUBCIIASIXO ELSEWHERE
on hanj nn'l For Stle.
COME ONE ! COME ALL ! !
NO. ; K A A II I'M A XU STKEF.T.
Importing Jewelers ! !
CENER.I f.I.V THAT Tlll'IK STOCK OF
is Complete I I
RUBIES. &c. Sc.
Elated W are
SCARF RINGS, SLEEVE BUTTONS.
vk mamf.icti kk .t ll kindx ay
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CONTlVirs AND MKXt'll'S.
A VI sos oi- Mfncii-".
If a tric.ee ot n rinull utc fcari an efil
iiauc, let him osieciu virtue, onJ give f lcc cf
dignity and tru-t to the worttij. When through
out liis kingdouj there in rest. Rtid ttio prince m-
iIjv Lis orrortunitiiB to lire-l the true trin-
cifies yf Inn KOTernmcnt with K legal anctionf,
then even gre;tt kmaJ itn m ill recrifct Inm.
(. uufuiiut aid. It ii i riticv i aolo riznllT m
govern his kinlotu, who will dare to Iniult
him 7 '
Moneino ;tid. ' It" ti ruler tive honor to tuco
of talents nnd virtue, and cinj loj the able, to
that offii-e hhall he fnkJ hy individuals ol am-
tinetion ; then the wice ol t tie kingdom wm dc
ilcaed, and wih t Hand in hi court."
Menciu ntud. truin the lnt Mrtn 01 man
kind till now. never ha nnynne led children to
attack their j limit and ueeeed in Mich a design.
A g od ruler i ti truo arent, and eucn a one
will not have an enemy i' all hi kingdom ; and
he who has no enemy in Ids kingdom ii tbo
Minister ol Heaven "
The ahovc words ol the ancient Chincne sages
strike us very forcihly. Tlio lugliest princiiles
of religion, us now recognized, animated those
ancient men ot" Tom. Tlie.r instruction is all in
furtheraneo of henev.ilent relations between man
and man. Humanity and benevolence ure tb
key-notes of all the. sayings of Confucius and
Meneius was frequently called ujnin as an
adviser of rulers and ju inees. On one occasion
he was about to g to the Court of Tsin to se
the King when Mencius received a message, say
ing, " 1 was wishing to come and see you. Uot
1 have got a cold, and may not expose myself to
the wind. In the morning 1 will holJ my Court.
I do not know whether I will then have the op
portunity of seeing you or not." Mencius replied,
' Unfortunately, I am unwell und not able to 0
to the Court."
Nest day Mencius went to pay a visit to Cbow,
who eaid to him, Yesteid.iy, you declined going
to the Court on the ground of being unwell, and
to day you are going to pay a visit of condolence.
May this not bo regarded as improper? " Yes
terday," eaid Mencius, " I was unwell ; to-day
I am better why should I not pay this visit?"
In the mean lime, the King sent n messenger
to inquire about the Mines of Mencius. llo also
sent a physician. M.tng Chung, the friend of
Mencius, answered for him, saying, Yesterday,
when the King's order came, he was feeling a
littlo unwell, and could not go to the Court ; to
day ho is better, und was going to the Court. I
do not know whether he can have reached It by
this time or not. Mang Chung having said this
to the King's uicst'cngcr, sent several men to look
for .Mencius, w ho had left his house, and eont a
message to him, saying, I beg that, before you
return home, you will go lo the Court nnd see
On learning this, Menciui felt constrained to
go und wait on the King, i'ho King said to
Mencius, " In the family thero is the relation of
father nnd son ; in the Court thero is the rela
tion of prince and minister. Between father and
son the ruling principle is kindncus. Between
prince and minister the ruling principle is respect.
I kuow the respect of the King to you, Mencius ;
but I have not seen in what way you show respect
Mencius replied, " What words, O King, are
these? Among the people uround your Court,
there aic none who ejteak to you about benevo
lence and righteousness. Arc they thus silent,
because they do not think that benevolence and
righteousness nrff admirable? No; but in their
hearts they say ' This Prince ii not fit to bt
spoken ivtth about bencuohnce and riylileoutneit,
lie is too tic'ifiihly-dcvotcl to his own schemes
an I pleasure. Thus they manifest a disrespect to
you, 0 King, than which there can bo none
greater. I do not dare to set forth before you,
O King, nny but the principles ol Shun, who
Mlustrutcd benevolence and righteousness. There
fore there is no man of the Court of Tsin who
respects the King tu much as I do."
The King thinking that Mencius did not quite
understand the matter, and the occasion of bis
dissatisfaction, eaid "Not so; th-U was not
what I meant. In the book of rites it is said :
When a lather calls, the answer must be with
out a moment's hesitation. When the i'rfnce's
order culls, the carriage must not be waited for.'
Ytu were certainly going to the Court ; but when
you heard the King's irder, then you did not
carry your urposc out. Tins docs seem as if it
were not in ueeoid.in c with that rule of pro
priety." Mencius unswered the King : How can you
give that meaning to my conduct? The philoso
pher Tsang vuid: ' l ho wealth of Tsin is Tery
great. Let the rulers have their wealth ; I have
my benevolence. Let them hnvo their nobility;
I have my righteousness. Wherefore should I
hold myself as inferior to them ?' Now shall we
s.iy that these sentiments arc not right? Seeing
that the philosopher Tsang spoke them there is
in them, I apprehend, a real principle. In the
kingdom there are three things universally ac
knowledged t be honorable. Nobility is one of
them, age is one of them, virtue is one of them.
In courts nobility Irold the first place of the
three ; in villages, age holds the first place ; and
for helping one's generation, and influencing the
people, the other two are not equal to virtue.
How can the j-osscssion of only one of these
honored qualities be pre-otnod on to despise one
who posc.-s the other two? Therefore, a prince
) who is to accomjili-h great and good deeds will
j certainly have ministers who are not subject to
any beck and call. When the King wishes to
j consult with men who ean serve him truly bo will
j go to them. The prince w ho d hjs not honor tir
j tuous and true men, und d lig'it in their ways of
! .1 ..n . i. ,...1 ......it. I .1 . II. T'.O.r.lll
u ii 1 1 , ,3 iiv, nui in iitk.iii t'v J .tin.. uvuvi.
the way of Prince J in t .waid-t. the wiso roan
I Kyun. He first received instructiwn from iiiin,
i , i ,: ... . n,i.
iinu mini ciujirijcij inm ii n i .iii.r-n.i , w,
w ithout difficulty, he became an influontial sove
reign. Then there was the behavior of Prince
Hwan towards Kwan (.'hung. He first learned of
him, anJ then employed him us his Minister;
an l so, without difficulty, he became chief all the
princes. Now, there arc princes without any
distinction or consideration. This is Jrom no
utlur reasnn but that ihnj wish to make Ministers
of those whom the if can use, and do not wieh to
make Ministers of those by whom they might be
taught nnd guided. Thus, O Kinz. the Princo
w an so honored Kwan Chun", that be did not
, , . . , . r' .. . ,
, ' fU"JeCt to I.ls tlCCK and Call. And if BO
i advisor, EUCh US Kwail Chun lui 'lit be SO TC-
tieetc ja il not due to ma that I alw.,.1,1 nr.t h
I subject to a capricious beck aipj call? "
J TlilS WHS a RT'itiCr Si If rCrDPCt entertained bv
' ., 1 ,crl'Lt''
tllC r.tiilys 'fjlier. Mi Wad U failbful ttdviBCr of
., ... . . . . . . . .
i lllc Kltl , WlttlOUt OtllCC, ttlKi HOC a tOaajlDg
C0rtJPP 'l,.,t o laa,.n I.a mnenti r, PrinoM
CJUr,,Cr ' ",,t a I0Si.n lie COnT0 tl 1 UOCCt,
i eavins. that if tlioy arc Without Consideration
. . . ...
i and true respect n JViiices, it is Ijccauue they
! will have men aroun.J them wlbim thev Can U80
! M "v
: US lllCIti tOOlH. I'licrc is blrcngtll tO a throne In
j ,i i i , r . i r i j j , .
i the COUtlfCi Ol a WIsC, l.lltlilul, llDd indepcudent
! nJvi-cr; ,jUt on!y weakness and dishonor must
' ensue frotn the advice of a timc-scrvinz Minister
j . . . .
j Or courtier, WllO Jianacra to CVCry ili-COnsidereil
j or courtier, w no Jianucra to CVCry
LinCJT 01 a I'rinCC.
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1 ii E I wo-RrUmon Manaune is the Odd Dame of
" j ,ulll,ii 'uuiinni.ii in unpuu to irn lUe
waiitui.-cc ugiwiiBi in uiinsiian mnuenoe at work