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HONOLULU, II. I.,
A CHANCE ACQUAINTANCE.
Tohnvc met Imt onoo, tint ntico.
And swept forovcr nimrt
On tho world's ilurk lido tlint rushes on
And Buudora luauy n ticiirtl
To lmvo looked nn eyes llko yours,
To havo touchrd such u rmc lent hand
And never, tiuu-r ngrUn to moot,
Hut lu Memory's druiimy latidl
Onco In Uio lonely d.irk
It stulibcd mo llirnut;li and UiroiiRh,
Tho unit Jon thought of our HMrctjonnB
And onco, cro tho enrly dew
Wcui dry on tho Hiringlug uraw,
And tho morntnit v hid blow free,
I almost met you lieniMth Uio lire,
Vhero tho path turui down to tho sea.
And jour Bmlllunshiulow lhcs
In tho cliarnlicrs of my brain,
Wbcro my spirit Mindem,n homclcsa cbost.
Seeking your fooo aealn:
And If sou bo living yet,
Or where, I cannot know,
Dut my sprit clings In a bootless dream
To our meeting long ago.
M. Falcouor In Chambers Journal.
It was Pierro who first called her that,
and Pierro was a creole, and Felice, hh
wife, was a creolo, and mj thoy both
Bald, "Snow wide," but then thoy meant
"Snow whlto, and everybody called her
that. And very whito she did look to
Piorro tliat morning in tho early ppriug,
many years ngo now, when ho found her
lying on tho doorstep, a fleecy whito
shawl all around her, and only her little,
round, baby blno cyca showing out of
"Seo what tho good God has Bent me,
Felico," said Pierro, taking tho littlo,
soft, wliito bundle in hia big, brown
hands and carrying it in to his wife, "n
littlo snow whito baby."
And Felico turned back tho shawl
from tha baby's he;id, and there, pinned
to her little dress, was a card, and as
Piorro bent down to bco ho road, "For
Pierro and Felice."
"Did I not say, Felice," ho cried. "Seo,
it is for ns tho good God has sent it."
When Felico bent down to kiss tho
rosy lips that cooed aud smiled up at
her sho smelt the perf umo on tho littlo
baby's clothes, and then sho thought of
tho sweet, pale, gentle lady whoso hair
she had dressed a few nights before, and
of tho tall, dark man whom tho lady had
not called her husband, but her "friend.
But sho did not tell Pierro all this.
What sho did tell him was that they
would take their now treasure and show
it to the priest, and Pierrogood, siinplo
hearted Piorro went along very close
beside Felice, wishing mightily that ho
could take the littlo whito, soft bundle
in his own arms.
And Pero Martin, when ho looked into
tho little baby's eyes, remembered tho
slight, graceful woman who liad knelt
so long at vespers the evening before,
and tho sweet, gentlo voico iu which,
when tho servico was over, sho had
questioned him nbout tho coiffeuso,
Felico, and PTerro, her husband, who
lived in a room in tho crumbling gray
house beyond tho church. He remem
bered also that tho hand that dropped
into liis tho heavy purse of gold, telling
him it was to bo given to this same Felico
and Pierro, if Hiey should f?eed it, hod
no ring upon tho third finger, aud Pero
Martin sighed as he looked into tho
baby's face and murmured, "Another
lamb into tho fold." Put he, too, did
not speak of what he remembered. In
stead, ho told them ho would himself go
with them to tio office of tho old notairo
on tho corner and that all would bo ar
ranged, and that tho next day after
mass tlioy might bring tho child to bo
And so they did and gave her tho
namo of Snow-white. No other name
would havo suited her half so well.
Snow whito sho was when they found
her, and snow whito Felice always tried
to keep her. Sho was never too busy to
put a few dainty tucks in baby's littlo
whito slip, or to wash her face or to cnrl
her golden locks. And Pierre never
came up btairs without stopping to wash
his hands at tlie big tub down iu tho
court so that ho might not soil tho baby's
dress whon ho took her in his arms, and
when ho kissed her ho always looked to
seo that he had not loft tho impress of
his lips on hers. It was marvelous to
seo what a cliango tho baby's coining
modo in tho lives of tho two, Pierro and
Felico. Somehow Pierro'o step grow
lighter and his laugh grew cheerier,
nis fellow workers noticed it down at
tho big warehouse whero ho hanleil cot
ton on the dray, turning and pulling tho
bales with his sharp hook.
"Oh, l must not bo so rongh," ho said
to them, "since thoro is now a littlo ono
I may disturb with my big stepping.'"
And Felice's songtf wero gayer as sho
tripped about at her tidy housework,
and her fingers wero defter ns she-did her
hair dressing, and her coiffures ' wero
more elaborate and graceful than over
"It makes a difference, is it uo( bo,
madame?" sho said as sle whs dressing
Uio liair of a fond young mother, who
ant tho while gently swiugiug tho cradle
of her first born; "it makes a differenco
that there is now a littlo heart for your
big ono to hold. I, know. It is all
changed with mo, now that tho good
God has sent us a little ono. It does not
matter so much now that 1 must go up
lyul down tho stair, that I most bring
tho water from tho cistern in Uw cpur.,
that I must bo (prayer crimping" and
purHg and slicking in hairpins,"
It did soeiii tlint all the littlo house
hold wasohanged. Thoro wero not many,
to bo sure, for besides Piorro and Felico
there wero only Murta, and Babe tie- and
tiiour Antoiuo in tho little gray Iioumj.
Murta lived iu Uio first floor, mid from
her apartments thoro caiuo always tho
pleasing odor of burnt sugar, for it was
in her own littlo back room that she
made tho white and golden ropes of
candy tUllt sho boVi iipoiiiho Btroot overy
day, Marines ueliguf kuew rQ hjmpdl
whon finow-wluto wasiilo tatalono
and bold in tho littlo chubby' fist a stick
of her whitest aiid crisnest candy. Buck
ing it tfll it run down her wrists and chin
n,nd upon her white dress in streams of
"II is by tlio reason, that tho littlo ono
like i Unit I make this cream candy,"
Marty would Bay to hor customers, ro-
liicmbeling Snow-white's enjoyment of
tlio dainty. "Will you not try some to
day? It Is nico."
And bo Rho would go through tho dny
with a lighter stop and a heavier purse
than of yore.
But It was Babetto who always took
care of Snow-white when Felico was
away. Babetto was a blanchissonse, and
was always washing, washing, washing
in tho big tulw down in tho court. So
when Snow-whlto was old enough and
tho days grew mild Babetto would take
her shawl, and spreading it out on tho
warm bricks that paved tho court put
the baby ujiou it, shading her littlo face
from tho sun by one of Pierre's big straw
hats hung upon a stick. Tho baby grow
to love Babcttc, with her broad, round
faco and her plump, white arms grow
to love tho warm court where there was
so much sunlight, nnil always tho splash
ing of water and tho flapping of snowy
clothes on tho lino.
Then thoro was Sionr Antolno, with
his violin, whom Snow-whito Boon
learned to love too. At first ho would
only pause whon ho mPt Felice or Pierro
upon tho stair, and inquired in his sweet,
gentle voico after tho HtUo one; but by
and by ho grew to stopping on his way
up to hla room to see tho lady, all whito
and soft and clean, tucked away in her
littlo bed. Sleur A'ntoino spoke but lit
tle, but ho playod, oh, so beautifully, sit
ting away up stairs by himself. His vi
olin talked for him, ho would say. Ho
was always pad and often hungry, Pierre
said. So when Snow-whlto was ablo to
climb tho stair without tho fear of fall
ing, Felico used soipotinies send her up
to Siour Antoino's room with a slice of
bread or n bit of meat that ho might
find it Waiting for him on hi table.
It was Pero Martin hiuibclf who used
to come for the littlo girl when she was
old enough to run about, and carry her
with mm to the church and his own cozy
littlo house with its vine clad porch and
its garden of roses behind. Ho would
pluck the heavy headed buds that
brushed her cheeks as sho p.iised by
them, and tako her back homo with her
apron full of flowers, or hor two hands
full of the yellow oranges that grow
upon tho tree beside his window.
"May I not givo the Virgin one?" the
child would say, as sho pieked the finest
flower of her bunch to lay at Mary's feet
as they passed the church.
Thus among her good friends grew
and prospered Jho littlo God given child
of Pierro and Felido,
"How whlto is the snow, matnan?" sho
would say to Felice; "is it so lieautiful
that you would havo mo like it?"
"By and by wo ehall bee, Petite," Fe
lice would answer.
But tho sweet, warm, sunny weather
camo and went. Thero wero chilly days
now and then; days when Pierro would
come hoine.shivering in bis big overcoat;
when Sieur Antonio s face would look
paler and more pinched than over; when
Babetto would lift tho tubs to her room,
and hang the clothes on lines before tho
fire; when tho roses in Pero Martin's
garden would bo blighted with tho cold,
but tho snow never came.
"How white is tho snow, papa?" tho
child would ask, and Piorro would take
a samplo of cotton from tho jiockot of
his blonso, and, tearing it into bits, scat
ter it iu flakes about her head.
"Whiter than that," ho would say,
"but wo shall see, Petite."
"Whiter than this," Balietto would
tell her, taking tho frothy suds' from her
tub and throwing it about tho child's
head in tho air, whonco it fell iu little
water bits upon thup.ivoment.
"Whiter than these," Pero Martin
would say, as ho lifted her to his broad
shoulders uud held lier aloft till her faco
was buried in tho mass of orango blos
I havo told you that Snow-whito grow
and prospered, aud bO sho did, only ero
yet her eighth year was passed, when
the winter camo on Pero Martin felt tho
burden grow lighter as ho lifted tho
child to his shoulder, and Sieur Antoiuo
thought tho littlo footsteps wero less
brisk as sho mounted the btnits to his
"Our littloono is not well," said Marta
to Felice ono day; "she no longer likes
tho candy; sho no longer comes for Inn
bit in tho morning."
Aud that night when Snow-whito lay
asleep in her bed Felico knelt down bo
side her, and saw tliat the littlo fico had
indeed grown inder, and tho littlo form
"Wlint if the good God should tako
again tho child ho has lent us, PierreV
she said despairingly, and togeUier thoy
knelt beside Uio child's couch aud
prayed. Tho nest day thn child could
not rise; sho lay Uirto growing weaker
aud weaker, aiid fading away like thy
roses in Pero MurUn's garden,
"Am I going to bo a baby again,
manian?" Bhu would say someUmes. "1
cannot walk, and you have idways to
What a sad household it was when tho
littlo one's step was heard no more on
tho stair and her voico hounded no more
iu tho hulls! As tho wwk passed on
Felice's song was hushed, aud sho went
out but seldom, Pwrro's coincides no
ticed the ioor fellow's badness audpitiod
him. Babetto would leavo hor tulw for
hours to sit by Uio dear quo'h lied. Mar
ta's, YPico was heard less cheerily on tho
slVeot, and sho found her way often to
tho old cathedral, whero she might say
a prayer for Snow-whito.
"This is a btiaugo winter," Bald Sieur
Antoiuo one uiuht as ho sat by the little
one's bed fingering his violin strings,
whiuh wero taut and dry with tho cold.
"Will it snow?" wid tho child, looking
"I remember, Pierro, tho last time it
snowed hero. It has been eight yetirs
ago, for Uio littlo ono had not coin,o to,
ua then. I remember it Jcwhud still and'
gray like this before tno biiow fell," said
"Yes, I iviiiomlwr," said BaU'tto, "and
I would uot cover my tubs, thinking to
catch tho roiu I thought was coming,
and tho next morning wero thuy not
"Ah, is it so beautiful, tho snow?"
asked tho child, lifting up her litUo hand
that had grown bo whito aud thin, "uud
eluill I over boo it?" ,
FEBRUARY 20, 1802.
"Surely, surely," answered Picrroi
"God in good."
"Will you not tako your violin, Slcur
Antoine, and tell mo how tho snow
looks?" said Snow-white.
And Sleur Antoiuo played. Those
who knew felt the inaudible falling of
the Uakps, thicker and thicker, but gent
ly as tho drawing of n shroud. Sieur
Antoiuo kopt his eyes upon tlio little
faco, and he saw her waiting, listening.
Suddenly a twang of the strings and tho
twist of his bow sent out as on tho crisp
air thcijiuglu of sleigh bells, the sound
of merry voices, and tho child's faco was
glad. Bui Siour Antoiuo had forgotten:
with tho sounds of gladness there camo
nlways for him tho after note of sorrow,
and ho played on and on in tho minor
chords till the tears stood iu tho littlo
ono's eyes, und Felico put out her hand
to stay him.
All during tho night that followed
thero sounded in Snow-while's dreams
the merry "snow music" and then tho
sorrow tliat camo after it. "Will it bo
llko Unit aud that?" sho asked herself.
Whilo it w:us yet dark she heard lielow
in tho street tho muflled rumhlo of u cart,
and tho cartmau was singing. What
was it ho said? As he came nearer sho
heard in tho man's deep voice, "Wash
Me and I Shall Bo Whiter Than Snow."
Sho know not what tho words meant
how could she? But over aud over again
she kept saying the words to hereself till
morning broko and daylight shone be
tween tho curtains, palo and 6trango.
Something, she know uot what, sent a
tlirill through tho littlo weak frame and
eagerly sho peered across tho room to
tho streak of light that showed.
"Maman," sho called by and by very
softly. But Felico was by her sido in a
moment. She .said nothing, but poinU'd
with ono hand toward the window.
"Ach, Pierro, Pierre, tho miow, the
snowl" sboutod Felice, in her excitement
forgetting the littlo sufferer on tho
couch, who leant upon her elbow trying
to see tho street below.
"Did I not say?" said Pierre, springing
to his feet. "Surely Qod Is good."
Together they lifted tho littlo one's bed
to the window that she might see, and
slu3, with full heart, could not speak for
joy; only her lips parted and her eyes
overran with tears.
Marta and Babetto wero not long in
coming to seo tho littlo ono's joy, and
Sieur Antoiuo too, only ho did not turry,
but looked into tho child's eyes and went
away to Pero Martin. Thoy camo to
gether by and by, shaking Uio whito
flakes from their coats and treading very
softly in tho hall.
"See, tho snow has come, father," said
Pierre, "and she knew, tho littlo one,
without seeing it, that it was come."
The littlo eyes wero bent only on tho
window, where without tho snow lay
whito and soft o'er street and housetop
far as tho vision went, but the priest,
kneeling dowu bewido tlio bed, took ono
littlo cold hand in his, Baying:
"Sho is very near to God now; ho told
"Tho Bnow has come," Ku'd tho child's
voico. "I knew it would, God told mo."
Ayo, God told her, und drew her
nearer and nearer to him, for with her
bust breath the palo lips faltered out tho
words she had not undorstood. "Wash
mo and I shall bo whiter than snow."
The snow was soon gono and with it
tho littlo one, bnt to tho whito vault that
liears her name coino often Pierre and
Felico, burdened with tho grief of their
empty hoarts. M:irio still sells her candy
on tho street, but in her tray is found no
longer tho dainty bits for tho "littlo one."
Alone in the court Babetto still scrubs
and scrubs, but now, as never of yore,
tho tears run down herrotmd cheeks and
drop into her snowy suds. The roses
bloom and wither in Pero Martin's littlo
garden, and thu orango blossoms fade,
mid tlio fruit falls upon the ground. Up
stairs in his garret Sieur Antoiuo plays
ever of tho littlo snowflakes that glist
ened iu his way of tho spirit that is
"whiter than snow," Patience Oriel in
KHi-ly Kli'ctric I'lu'iiomcim.
An Englishman put on a pair of
woolen stockings over his silk ones on it
cold winter day. At night ho pulled tho
blockings off without separating them
and was astonished by the crackling
noise und oven tho sparks of electricity
which followed. When ho drew tho bilk
stockings out of tho woolen ones tho
electrical attraction was so nmnifchtlhat,
tho btockings would incline toward one
another when held moro thau a foot
apart. It happened that tho silk stock
ings worn blacked tho woolen ones of
light color, but when ho tried tho experi
ment with both stockings of thu same
color thero was no electrical nppoaranco.
This stocking o.erimont soon got to be
the fashionable "fad" in Enghuid, Ley
don jars were charged by tho stocking
process, and great fun was had by giv
ing light Bhoolm to iRirsons and domestic
Tlio fleriiiun Kiiipi'ror unit KpcrhumkliiK.
Tho following anecduto is related of
the Gorman euiuior during his journey
in tho iceboat to Stettin. During the
dinner on the Huff, Hcrr Haker, coun
cilor ot commerce, wise, and was about
to tliank tho einperor in tho namo of tho
merchants of Stettin for tho interest
which he had shown by his journey iu
thu tradu and eouiiuunii'Htiuns of Stet
tin. The eniKror noticed tho intention
and forunUilleil him by saying: "Dear
councilor, let us leave this for today,
otherwise; I shall havo to reply, and wo
ore just now so jolly. Your health!"
Of course tho sjioecli remained unspoken.
lUe Colln-tlmiii l Now Yurie Clturcho.
A collection taken up at tho church
which Cornelius Vanderbilt attends ono
Sunday morning yielded $11,500, al
Uiough it was uot an unusual occasion,
and no special requests for largo amounts
hod been made. At bonioof our churches
the Sunday collection runs freipienUy as
high as $3,000 or $1,000, and at Grace and
Trinity there are occasional collections
as large as $10,000. This one, however,
is believed to bo tho largest collection
eyer taken up on an occasion not extra
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and return, 330.
BSf" For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
207 tf Agents.
The undersigned having been appolntco
solo agents for thu Hawaiian
Tor the (Jelobrated
From the woiks of
Burham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give estimates and
i eceive orders for these engines, of
size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Wohks
tiro now manufacturing u stylo of Loco
motive particuhuly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A niimhor of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
have pleasure In furnishing plantation
agents ami managers with particuhuv
Tho superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes Is not only known
here but Is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Wm. G. Ill WIN & (Jo., L.'d,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
STEAM CANDY FACTOR?
I'astry Cook &
71 Hotel St.
The Best Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Ooflbo at 111 Hours
The Finest Brunds of
Ciiars, ,J: ToUaccc
A-iwuy on Jiitmi.
II. JL NOJLTK, I'ropil.-tor.
BEAVER -J4, SALOflli
0 OrNTR PER MONTH
Win. G. Irwin ifi Company,
OKKI it ron 8ALK
JL-iiiuc ftc Oemcut,
PAMAFFINE PAiMT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Peli jteam Pipe Covering, all slies.
BUCK & OUJLAJfUT'8
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beof, 1 and 2 lb. tius.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London it Lancashire Fire Ins, Co.
Thames 4 Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
Assets, SO, 124,057.
Now York Life Insurance Co.,
Assets, $ I 15,947,809.97.
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
fi. &. IRffll & CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin. ..,
Walter M. Uiflard,
i'resident A: Manager
Theo. (3. l'oiter.
. Seci etarj
AGENTS OV THK
Oceanic Steauisi Comi'?,
Man Francixco. Cut.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lite, Firo & Marine
insurance Agents !
Now England Mutual Lite Ins. Co.,
Eina Firo Ins. (Jo. ol Hartford.
OF SAN KKANOISCO, CALIKOKN1A.
C. BREWER & CO..
list of oKKioiaia:
J. O. Carter President Jb Manager
G. II. Koliei (sou Ticasurcr
K. F. Bishop Secietary
W. F. Allen Audltoi
Hon. O. It. llisuop, S. O. Alleu,.
11. Wntei house.
OIVKJ. L. JIevku the Paluter a
KA and have your Paper llauging done
pioinptly and neatly. ISO
P. O, Uox 3B7. Mutual