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A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW GOODS ! llAWAllAKAZKTTK
Ex "Clara Bell; 'M;irv Me Roberts;' and "(VU,
Household Furnishing Goods, Namely,
mprur 4 oart ut tkr 1U uMsata
ltan-a. -In tlnticas.
V.V.I K:UUyXALAXr rs. HOOF 10-
110 it 2.
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Thi aciinc cam oa fur bid al the last Jarttt
ary um ef lie Sapfwaai CoarV aad th Ji7 rw-
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rdamUfi alicgwi Ik tviiowiar, extra, ;
- At th trim! i)f tbe above entitled. Caase lb
EhuattS showed a slatd M cvitrniict to htejttf
fro uBeliikoni. dated Jane SA, A. P. 1871, of
l!c had k qu.-stt.'o. act! ako jtvwed that said
Hikorti hai tseea ra sole and adverse piiss:ju
Coffee Mills. Something New !
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' SSa-. atoll Lartujrv
UukN sBrttaaa; 1 I Jl a I a.
U Lnikn. . ro Xtlrkn.
Downer's Kerosene Oil!
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Kat Trap.. Ai Hamlin.
Tiirio of Builders Hardware,
tap .. mud
Can be had from the Undersigned atsatisfactory Prices.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
I, I 31 H K K ! 1876.
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ALL SORTS, SEES & DESCRIPTIONS
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
BUILDING MATERIALS! t-
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AND lt. SAIA'
The Yard tuid oa the Wharf!
twu ius: s
WWfM Vast! in Timber !
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. ice. fcc.
White fete 'and Retiwccd Shingles.
White Fine Boards,
lArs,R. P. 1qr. 2m-'., vV Sadi
SASH AND BLINDS.
NAILS AND GL -SS.
Wail Paper and Border.
la Lav ValVSJ.
PA1ITS. OILS. riiFPErniE. V1RRISH,
Paiai maid Hkiltal 8rH,kr,,
Sh Weights ft L.ze
C. R. SALMON BELLIES
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nUCES FIR BELOW MTTHIIG Of THE UIO
BBLS. COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON!
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AUH, A PETl' BiERELS
C. R. SALMON BACKS
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A FEW BBLS. C. R. SALMON
Si l.lnl tat EACH.
at tui: l rtid r .
aa E-i.r acv neBwrtAatfy mMnl t vaU aad aa
a-oramtlam tha Tta. aar.aa Jakarta fraaaaCr
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a nut LOT OF
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5a aai Girmer Fort asuf Lana 6trri.
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HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK!
of m Ei"i Atlas ist.
an: a laBqe
Sandal Wood Ware
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BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Corner Fort a Merchant Sts.
acM to ka Twrttaj
Should be in the Possession
Zfc (J aac iatmdau to tiaL t&u ffnmp,
i-i. .rV Mnrfc- .ye ..t Z.-. .
aaaaajaa tar iaraurawa
rata cat of
Laiies", Misses and Children"
Csaaaa-lLat.. Earn Flat aa.! 2i
Boots cfc Shoes
.MkaWkiaU ra in aawics al aul Usd in
Aprit A. 1. 1ST3. ciaiiaiaa; aoJar a leaaa, attl
aatta ia crft aaHaaaaiai Ibak thef baJ p:arvvl
rattle on sud Uo4. ami vl i-ff timtver fur ful
far akica tay racairaJ $!aft Oo of the phun
laVa .:esaw taaiAni that ka oaJ boaatit aaid
tiaibrr of taa aVaaaaaH an J paid tba a.J
tbrWur. abaca cam of a,a aitb ?;0 mor aJ
M tovre'.a, t ao: ia Mar, tSM, to lk pUinttff
U paj llieir rct. is th fijnu of au orvi-r f.'f $'.''.)
os H. (tacfefeU Jc l0L.aUo Uui br sol a rvevipt
'.ka: i J viroVr n paal. lite; pkuntifl akfo
!ioa2 lb ra!af ol tie ui5.o prvSu aaiJ
Uoii. aJ a ao(ic to quit auJ rvsteJ.
- ! b JefaJaau daioMi au Jar a laaae troo
aiJ Utkoci dated Apr.! 9. A. D. I Sal, for a
tma of Sf:eu Tear, aad a '- ttr trou the plaiu
Lffdat! April 16. A. 1. IsT3, aJirasjed to oca
Uiikalaai. bo jecval. acd put on eridrsca Ibat
amid IaCkakot atteoded to vhatrr basmesa iba
phamtaf ordarvd him to attead to oa the Wiasd
Kacu from tk time that b vant to ICaaai
a'. re ;.it .1 ;-e ear laTl. at:.! be j:ed. a'.
toaM ttaw ia tUe rear IsTi. I'bera a no eri-
decc that said letter was eier ahoaa to or Itaoaa
oi SJ9 the dafetWaati.
-1 b pfciinttff excepted tu th aJ:mi03 of
said !eae aad Utlar aad lao u tiae ret'oal of the
I Cooxt to instruct the jurr that all the. erideoce
reaiad vm by Iba uekahr.s cxild ai ttaa uio;t
aier!;. affect the piai:iti5"i rilit to rrcorer dauia
I ces. or am -co', to a IiMaM to eowr upoj Aaid
! Laad. or to a leaaa for cat aver oae rear frxcn date '
tf said ivttrrs. and cjuU not prereut toe plaiatiti
wcjeriajr jadjiaeot for said laod.
"Tbe pjaioliff al?- ei.-epted to tberrjiet reo- .
tiered lor tte deicuiauu aa uot sasuined bj Urn
" All ot BaacU eiv;eptiool were duly taton asd
At tk heun at the exception, the tetini9oy
seat up aa suplvaieatxl by the sLateiaeut of
Hikooi that the bad receivaJ rest for the laud
aura ear deed ta ike pUinuU. hut thai she bad
received oo ran', froi it for t jia.
It a made to appear at the trial, that the
pUiatilf reoired a doei of oareyance ot the lis i
of Ltaai. M Kixii. the sj'aject of thu aoit. from
Uikooi. vhich deed ta dated Jaaj 11 1571. aud
U d a'r ackaoaleiged and recorded, oa the saute
bo the Jth of April. 1873. Hitooi executed a
lease 1 1 tar jr jl th. defeudauts for the same laud ,
tor fifteen years at tha reatal of 5?20) a yair. aad
tber immed-itely wect iato occapatiom ot the
A r'.ler of the plaiati2"s to the Ute ti. W. Li
l.aa'AT.: i odarea ia teatiauuy. date J lotk Aprtt.
t?73 aid coauuiic the foltjaia paasaje : - 1
see wfiat yoa say aboat the compleuoa of the
lease of Ltai to the uatires.aa i that the papers
are fiaisbed tor $J0U a year for 15 years. Vhat
do yon latuk of tb leise ! If you Laint it is a
fjod IkUax, tUea L aill appro re of it. What does
Kakiaa thiuk of it 7 lias he heard of this lease
to others ? But. I may see you by the Kilaaea,
ud ai.l talk arrlh you thee'
1 he deier.daots po:d to iiikooi oca year s rent,
and the next year, having cut doau ;Ome cf the
defendant's uaiber groaini; cn the Iad and sold
it for 5150. seat aa araoaat of "Jlk) to the pta:a
:,S as rent f-tt that year, i. e- from May, 1874. to
It does ail appear whether the pUintiff did or
did aot k-.o abe-K-e the mjaey was derive!,
out. ft does appear tiaat she had taaraed. by the
month of Xoreuiber of that Tear, that they were
catting djwj timber, aad was niach dissatisfied
' id Served them with a notice to null, of
which ta.4 foiiowia is a copy.
"Hosetrix. Xjt. 23. 1674.
" A! j'aa '. JjI : ji hLoleiejiaiaui co.a
piaica al your harru cot wood os la land of La
aaa. This land was cuarejed by H.koni.Juae
Jt. 167!. ss-J Lai s see. had no rfght
there, aad I tarbid you occupying under the lease
from Brraai af May 1st, 167J, as that was tura
lil." According to the plea or the native cou-ael for
the defendants. Mr. Ma; ih ). thoy tendered the
reel for l675-ina ( April. 1675. and it was re
faaaa, aad an active of ej .clineai was c jjjmauced
SafC 28, 1673.'
Apparently, the defendants offered the lease to
prre what tfc-y co-n: iered to be their title, and
the letter to prove that the piair.ua, by her
acts, had cade the acts of IliKoni, ler own acts.
The letter and the deed might cot be effectual
(or that purple, bat sorely, they are adatiasbie
evvlence. Nor eao it be said that the jadje at
al erred ic drcUairar la instract the jdry abso
lutely, as to the weight they should give to the
wheat body of the teatiatooy. He had. probably ;
dwelt oa each iadiidaal tcstiaiaay aad its tea
deccr, as much as. in his juigmeat. it was proper
to do. and be left the coastoaratioa of the weight
cl ttt esideace to (he jury,
I be final esceptiuu is the general one that the
verdict is cot sustained by law and the evidence, i
We would adhere to the practice of litis Court ;
cot to vftsiarb a rtnixt. simply because U seeds
to as against the rcvjht of evidence, bat if, oa a
review of the whote case, it than appear, that in
order to have amved at the verdict, the jury most
have raisacderKood the tenor of the evidence, or
r...: : . i and misap-I.ed toe d.rec:;oas of
tt : ; t :.-e. .; ;.at the ve.-iic: u w , trashy agaiast
the weight of evidence as to indicate bias or pr-j-
Bdice, it is cur doty to set it aside.
In this case, it is certain that Uikooi node the '
deed to the plaintiff, aad it does not appear by
the deed that there was any reservation of real
to the as of the grantor ; nor is sack a raserra
tioa nude to appear by any act or sUlaeteot of
the phuntiff. Then Hikoei had no right la kseaa
the laad after having nude the deed W piainuff.
But it is said that Iahkalaci was accustomed to
transact acy bastneas for the plaiatiff whiek she
directed kra to do. and that be drew op the lease.
From this it is sough', that we may infer that be
aaa it for the piainuff
ft seems to be a sufficient answer to this, that
be dad cot sign the tease for ike pUiauff; neither
f , jjaiog ker taaaaaar his own, hat as far as the
evidence goes, merely acted aa amanuensis for
Hikoai. It is not shown in evidence, nor is it i
apparent by Ike deed, that tbe plaintiff cave Li- !
hkataci any aalhori'.y to act to tbe premises for
m.aate oa the mtat ol Mar. Isaac next
Now an oral notice- is .ufficient.
.a.i- . . the '.-i! of Noaamber, 1874. they
wt-ra serrad w.tu a wriviea notice to uuit.
I as above set Kttb. Trwiy. this aottce did uot
wt any titea day for them to leare ; hat they
had been already warned Itt April : and tk no
tice likewise coetaias a complaint of waste which
was ot iesistad oa at tbe bearing of tha hill of
exception, bat which, if tree, woahj take away
from Ike defeadaals say risrht of notice abich
thev might have had. and it appe.'.r, by the tesii-
moar of Mr. Charuitn that the waste had t con
committed (see 1st. Washburn oa real property
p. 34, see. 14) No tvarticelar form ol notice is i
v-'-o 1 'arsons on contracts p. 43J).
I he Katish common law rvtuirs six uioulhs
aolice to terminate a iaoanoy frooi year to year,
aad taaay of tbe I'uited States hare adoptau the
same role. In some of the States three months
hat beea adopted, ceding at the expiratioa of
'Ihe notice of Nor. 23 must be coasiJered as
iweo'.y years prior - njtire to oait al once, aud it moat be borne ia
prvts. and that the Ml0j ,Btt iB(, previous refusal to receive the
rent, which was tendered in April, was equivalent
to a aottce laat (he altered tenancy Iron year to
' rear would not be coatiuuod after the first day
of May, 1675. so thai at the dale of tha written
notice, they were already holding over without
wore right than six mouths; but they did not
even qui at the next May nor pay rem ; uor as
far as it-appears from the testimouy did they of
fer to pay rent.
This actios was aol comraeaoed aotll Septem
ber 26. 6T5. seventeen moaths alter the lefusal
to ackiioaledce them as tenants, aud ten mouths
after the written co.ice. sureiv u caouol be said
' that the defendants did not have a rea.-
' cotiee tu quit before the tail was commenced
Ine ca-e. then. stauJs in Ibis wav 0:1 Ibe evi-
mate Haarr Durant. Thsy ware aearly of tka
same age. tko Utter dyiag a year ago. i".
Tkr Kaucallaa ol thn SFraiUewla.
Tha Syracaea I'titrtily HmM has made ap
tke following Uble of I'reeidenU aad their places
of educalioK. whirh is ol interest :
Weshiogtoa liood Kuarlish education, bat
aever studied the Aacleat Laagoagos.
Jefferson-- W iiiiara sod Mary,
I Miintve William aud Mary.
Adam. J. HarearJ.
Jackson Limited edueatioo.
Van Itureu Academic educatioa.
Harrison Hampden Siduey L'oilega.
Tyler William aad Mary.
Polk Uuiversity of North Carolina.
Taylor Slightest rudiuienla.
Fillmore Not liberally educated.
Uncoln Wocation very UmiteJ.
Johasoo Self educated.
Grant Weal Point.
Monroe aud Harrison did not graduate. Mon
roe left college to join the lievolutiooary army.
Financial reverses deputed Harrison of a lull :
course. Polk was tbe oldest when gradualiDg.
being twenty-three ; Tyler tbe youngest, seven- j
teen. The majority graduated at twenty , this ,
being also the average ugv. Jefferson probably
had the most liberal education and broadest col
lar. It is said tbtt his ranfi of knowledge
would compare favorably with that of Burke.
ona 4e '"" ' "st Point may be cousidered equal '
, ' to a college course, and iu many respects supe-
H.HACKFELD I CO.
BATE RECEIVED PEt
HERMAN BARK CEDER!
Tlno Holmes Iron
A WELL SELECTED CARGO
I nor. Io ul.ipiioe ana inathetnaiunl irmiotnv "
7 , , . o k .TT " - have been collev-e men. To be sure the two
thorny from the plaiutifT to Hikoai, or to any
ooe else to tease the laud lor her, for a term of
years or lor any time. Now the utmost effect,
wtiere oae witaoai autujriiv lets auoiuer s tauj.
aud the tenant pats rent to the oauer. is to
create a tenancy from rear to year. Such a
tenancy terminated ou the first of May 1675. aad
from that timo the dcleudauU were wrongful
holders. 'I Tie defendants had much more tbau
reasonable notice to quit, and the jury must have
misapplied, or misunderstood tbe instructions of
the Court with retard to the effect of plaiatiff 's
letter to lilikalani. or else they have not given
due weight to plaintiff's title, to have rendered
the verdict winch they did. The evidence, as 11 i
reported to us. does not sustain the'vertlicl ; and
therefore il must be set aside.
We are asked to enter judguieut for the plain
tiff, mom oosAimM rervtH'.'o. The defendants offer
ed what evidence they were enabled to. or saw til
lo offer, al the trial to convince the jury that Hi
kom was the agent ol" the plaintiff, or that the
ptainl'ff had acquiesced ia the tease or. perhaps,
they relied on the idea that the conveyance was
a voluntary one and not intended to operate un
til after Hikom s death, and thai they could
prore that fact by the acts ol the parties, and
that consequently, she had the right 10 lease the
land durin? her life ; and may have believed that
they nad introduced sufficient evidence to show
some of these deten.es 1 ihoigh ia our opinion,
they did not introduce any evidence calculated
t ) make irol any defence, yet it was sufficient 10
whose names have become household words.
Washington, the Father, sod Lincoln, the
Martyr. ere not liberally educated : but theirs
were special missions. Thev live io the affections
of the uatioo rather than iu ike intellect, at em
bodied in the constitution aad laws. Tbeir's was
to execute, not to mould.
Wvturia Willi rrif.
Sophie Uauthier bad been found guilty of a
horrible crime ; she had killed all ber children by
means of pins, which she stuck into their brains.
The death of this revolting criminal recalls a few
interesting facts connected with the execution of
women in Franc. Since LS40 uiue women, oars
been executed, and they all met their death with
gtaal firmness- Ten years ago. a man and woman
Acre credited at Cbarlres for having murdered
their parents. In those days the guillotino was
not the horribly neat and compact lull instru
ment tbat it is now ; there were steps lo ascend
before coming into contact with the executioner.
When the criminal couple reached the fool of ibe
scaffold ibe woman said. I should like to em
brace my husbaod before dying. Pray untie my
bauds 1 you ciu lie them agaiu immediately after
ward." This supreme wish was reluctantly graut
ed, for it was contrary to the regulations. Her
hands were no sooner free than she gulhered up
all her strength aad gave ber husband a liugiug
box An the ear. According lo custom, she was
the first to suffer the extreme penalty of tbe law.
Before the man had recovered from the effects of
Convince the jury at ihe trial before tbeui, aud we the stunning blow she had dealt him, her head
do not kaow what amount of eti lence tber any ! had fallen iulo the basket.
' be enabled to add : wo must decline lo eater
jn Igutenl for the plaintiff ; but do order a nec
triad. Cuts. C. II tsoTaa,
A. FaiNcis JtDD.
Justices of the Supieme Court. 1
A. S. Hsrtarell for piaiuliff; K. Preston for
Honolulu. March 10. 1676.
The Hi .11I1 ol" Kt'TcrtlT Johnson.
BaLTtuosn. February 10. Reverdy Johnson,
tbe distinguished statesman and jirist, was found
dead this erening at 8:15 .'clock, ia the ground
sur.oundisa tbe Kxcculive Mansion at Anr.apoii?
He was tbe guet of Got, Carroll and dined this
evening, with other gentlemen, at tbe KxaeattT
Mansion. He was found dead ia the yard by a
Ax.wrous, Feb. 10. Mr. Johnson came hero
last eight to argue the case of Baker ts. Trick,
and by invitation of Got. Carrol, be became his
guest at the Executive Mansion. To-day the
Governor invited fjhinf faalkfa Bnrtoa of this
Slate, aral several other gentler: . to meet Mr.
Johnson at dinner at the mansion. I'bey dined
aboat 5 r. x. At dinner, Mr. Johnson appeared
in excellent spirits and his usual health, and en-
tertained the company by his conversation and i
relating aaecdotes. At dinner he took one glass
al Maderia and refused 10 lake any more. After
dinner he suddenly asked Ihe Gov. to take him j
into the parlor. He took the Governor 's arm,
and walking in there sal dowo on a sofa. Al the j
request of Mr. Johnson, the Governor rej lined j
the guests at the Uble. Shortly after, a servant
appeared at tbe door, and beckoning the Got-
em or out, told him Mr. Joht-soa was lying in tbe I
yard, on tue stones- Governor Carroll went im- i
mediately to the place and fdind Mr. Johnson
lying on the cobblestone carriage way that passes
uoder tbe porch of tbe maosion, close up to tbe
wall and close to a door leading into the base- '
meet He bad evidently gone dowo tbe front
steps and around to the side of tbe boase, and
laid where found, about 8:15 r. x. The impress-
iua is that be bad been there at least half an !
hoar. He wis thea dead, and was bleeding pre
fosely from wounds on the right side of his bead
and face. His body was at once remove! into
the basement room, and physicians sammoned. I
Dr. William G. Tuck was first to arrive, aad af-
t v -xmaini.-.g tbe bJy. pronounced life extinct. !
Hrs. Rideoat aad Cloud arrived afterward. There j
are large wounds on the right side of the fore
head, two fractares of the skull irons the upper
portion of the forehead to the eyebrow, disloca- !
tioa of a finger of Ihe right hand and cats oa tbe .
hands aad legs, and bruises. Tbe physicians are 1
examiciag tbe body to determine the causa of
death. Mr. Johnson would bare beea CO years
aid next May.
Another woman who created a great sensation
at tbe time, was Virginia Desoo. who had mu
dered ber husbaod and two children. She was
inly 25 years of age. wonderfully beautiful, ami
betouged 10 ooe ol the besl hvmiltes 111 France.
She had uot ihe sligbteel fear of death and tbe
moment the sentence was passed she seul a let
ter to the Kmperor begging that there might be
no delay ia caarying il onL Prisou life and the
loss of her Ion j. black hair produced a uiueh more
disagreeable impression npun ibis delicate woman
than tke sight of tbe hideous knife and chopping
block. Many summary executions of women took
place when the regular troops entered Paris dur
ing tbe insurrection. I remember seeing one of
the advanced Republican ladies placed against the
wall behind the Great Northern Railway Station.
She had jusl beea taken wi;b a recently fired ride
ia her band and standing by ihe side of a dying
sentry. " Did you shoot this nun ? ' inquired the
officer, pointing to tbe writhing body ol the sen
try. "Idid." was the reply,"" and I am only
sorry I did not see yoa before, as you were better
worth the trouble.'' Two minutes after she was
lying on her face with twelve bullets in ber body.
Death bad been instantaneous ; her victim, the
soldier, lived two hours after ber, and expired io
horrible pain. Paris Correspondence London
.1 in .nil. I .:. 1. -,il ion ot I'rot oionrt I
Death ol" Horace Bashsaell.
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bar. aar did ha cava to act ia ker came, or ia liacal nutter;.
The next qacstion if. did th plaintiff ever rati
fy the leas, by act cr deed, or rather is there any
test 1 mo a y that aha did aa ratify tha dead or lease
and adopt it for her ova 7
Th ewvkoca on which tha defendant rely to
esiitlUh this procosiiioa is, First, the letter of
tke plaintiff to lirtkafcmi, dated April 16. 1873,
ahath is qaoted abas a. The paaaaga which ia
qed. u trail is a letter erjareyfaa; iaMbgeeee
of iatecast ahoaa tea writer, aad the matsaj aa
quaia lance of 'th two erxrupoodeat ; it was
not intended for thwdatedaals ia any way, and
raest otrvua.y cocuiaj no wort ralifyiur, adopt
rf ar apcrrvin; Ue lease ; oa tbe eootsary. the
The telegraph announces the death of this dis
tinguished scholar and divine. Dr. Busboeil was
one of the best thinkers and writers among the
Protestant ministers of this country. He was a
very successful pastor of a Cougregaiioaaliat
church at Hartford, Conn., but was batter known
as aa author or writer. He puidisbed a camber
of books, among tbe bast known of which are
Xiian and Ou Suvurmatitrnl, Old in Ckritl,
The PrinrMa XrtiinAal Qreatnets. Christian
.Vurture, Work ad Pit j,Strmon for Iks Nf-t
Life. Tint Vicarvnu Siarifice. etc.
Dr. BaahnetT views vera aoraewhat in advance
of toe theologians of hi times, or of those vbo
were in bis own denomination- He was once
tried far heresy, bat was acquitted. The deceased
raided ia this State fcc a coaaiderabl period
about tbe year 13-73. He came to the coast for
his health, beiajrat that time a " consampiite.'
While here he took a great interest in edaca-
Ho was tbe pink of perfection. If the cream
of human excellence was to be churned tbe bat
ter would lamp ap io tbe shape of Professor
Porteous Prye, tutor. He had contracted the
bad habit of stealing ap stairs, in his stocking
feet, lo see if tbe lights were oat at ten. T( is
bard leaching old dogs new tricks, bat boyi some
times succeed better with old professors. Tom
my Tayro is a cadaverous youth, with a sulphur
colored mustache, bat the iron had entered his
eoal. and be said he mast do what be could. So
be bought three papers of carpet tacks one night,
and stood the innocent Utile nails on their beads
all the way op and dowo the stairs snd retired
with his uithfal followers to tbe wood closet
above to await results. Promptly tbe chapel bell
struck ten. then a season of waiting and whisper
ing followed. Presently came a farry, creeping
sound like woolen stockings feeling their way
over rough boards. Tommy lucked bis bat in
his month his mouth runs clear around, except
a small isthmus which connects the lop of bis
head witb the cape of his neck and held his
nose nntil the first bur-t of irlee has subsided.
; Nov came a suppressed scream, one foot od the
1 stairs, tbeo another foot down, and then a scream
that wastn't suppressed ; then a howl. He had
struck the second stair ; then be sat down 00 the
j next step, bat be got ap again, and a groin, with
: exclamation points after it, came tearing op lo
I the wood closet. Tbe boys stood back to give
j Tommy room to kick. Theo came scrambling
; and shooting of heavy words, and a distinct men
tion of tbe namu of tbe father of the iniquity,''
I and Tom promptly appeared and asked, ia a roice
fresh from the Valley of Nod, ' What seems to
be tbe matter?'1 Matter ! tbe boy ! tbe de-
monds I confound it! see here! help!" and he
shifted aboat and hang lo the railing and tried
lo stand on bis knees. Tom brought a light,
and the boys carried the wounded man to bis
room, offered sympathy, got a claw-hammer and
drew out the ticks. The Professor wear slip
pers and sits on cushion. Ton sit oa nettle?, for
seteoteea boy know the secret, and it is spread
inz like small-pox in an Lndiao camp.
GERMAN AND FRENCH GOODS!
aUSISTMG IN rMT Of THE FOUOWIIB 1
A Fall Avvortmeal of Prlals, all lrlai,
new aad desirable pattern,
Whita Otawaj aheswahS vrkiu Lag Qksafcj
A. II. and II.
Brows vn.l Blue Cilia Drill. Hn.i I'otl.m.
Ma Colluu, Heavy . en ..... Iliokary Miripu,
Bad Ticking. Turktjr Had t'olloa.
Blue Flaaaals. Whit, laaaa. avsarta
widths and aualitisi,
TCaUr-Proof Ctolh. Whita MoW.kia.
Fin French Msriaot. Rap. Buckskin.
Fin Casiaara. Black aad Blue Baoadclalh.
Unto and t'otton Sawing Thread.
Aluaaibra Bad tjuilu.
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing !
Fanoy i'.anue. Shirts,
D.aiai Juapart aad Overalls.
Fine Merino l'adarnirts,
Cotton Soak, and Stockings.
Silk, Liatn and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Fin Silk Umbrellas,
AssorUd Burlaps and Wndpaak. Sail Twin.
Imperial Navy IWmp Caavat, No. v to t.
Hair and Cloth Braaaai. from J. Gomel! A Co.
- Fancy Soapi and Hair OU.
Shawls. Ponchos. Plaids. N'eadltwork,
Imitation Jew.tr 7,
A WERT TI LL AMOBTXtBM T OF
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Stearin Caadles, Fltramarin Blue,
Epsom Salts. Casta! Oil,
Fence Wire. No. 4, a and ff.
Galvanised Iron rip. 1 and iach.
Hoop Iron, , i, I and ! i inch, Hirsts,
P. Jt P. Knives, Scissors,
Corkscrews, Tinnad Span, Axes,
Wrapping and Printing Papar.
Paints and Oils, White Zinc. Whit Lsad, he., j
Caustic Soda and TaTm Oil.
Hid Poison, Marktl Baaktis,
Brooms, Casks and Barrsli,
Cask Blacksmiths' Coal.
300 Tons Best Steam Coal,
Also a few Musio Botet X Regulator Clock',
A Fin Assortment of Havana Cigars,
Engliih and ileman Ate,
Bavarian Beer, ia qts. and pts.
Champagne, EYiJsleck A Co., qts. tnd pts.
Champagne, Thoraau. qts and pts.
Rhine Wines. Claret,
Gin, in green hosts.
Samples now Open at oar OOn, and Sales mad to
pS- Orders from Other Islands Filled,
BARQUE ACLA1 A !
IS NOW LAHTDUVO
IN SPLENDID ORDER.
BRUSH STAPLE MB!
Prlals. Whita CaUaa. (in? Shirt at.
Penims, Btankets. Twatd. Uastiaa,
Velvet Itagi, Saddle,
Pilot JaokaU aad Troaeeea. Faaej Shirt.
Ladisw Uals, Mosqaiu Nu,
Toa.lt. Han Ik.rchlff..
Skaru.g, 1 oanurpan. aSahhl.
dranadiax, Whita Drill,
A On Selection of Wool Skirt.
Fin Lac. Tnrlh.,
Flawtr aad Faay Goad,
Billiard Cloth. AuilrUn B.aoket.
Canvas. Bagging. Bags, BalHsg,
BASS' ALE, pints & quarts
Blood Wolfe a Ca.'t Al. pints aad quarts ;
Tenn.nt'a AU.piala aad qaatl ;
Th celc orated " Pig Brand " Stoat.
Marta'i. Uhhssst'i aad Rahta's Braasly,
Ram, O.n.ra. Soar, v. DanvilU's Whuis...
Finest Brands of Cbampagoa,
Motall and Hock, t.eiand' Ctarai.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC,
Blaok and Grraa Paial,
Boiiad Oil. Va.-hia. Oil.
GOSNELL'S PERFUMES, BRUSHES,
JAMS AND JELLIES,
TWO COTTAGE PIAXO FORTES.
Liverpool Salt. Manila Rjpa. re Wir.
Galvaniied War. Uollowwar.
TUKO. H. DAVIEJ.
REDWOOD ! !
'pill I ( m (1 UK FEB
L at Kobinaun't Wluirf, la fiaouui tu i
in t.ar(u u( KrtivwcHl Lumber
The College of California bail
crrran zd, and besides tbe preparatort
ecbool, the Coileg classes had been farmed at
Oakland. Bat tie tit of Ihe fatare College had
tut been selected. Dr. Beano ell was elected
; President of tha College, and immediately aet
aboat the business of exploring the coast counties
! srfjacent ta tha Bay for a saitable lite. The
most al tractive pixee ia -Santa Clara. .San Ma
teo, Napa and Contra Costa eooalie were ex
amined with this riev. Finally the site was
, cbeeea at Berkeley. Dr. Baahaeil aying that of
I all the pUca exaauoed bo ooe had so many ad
vantage a tha oh at Berkeley, in this ne
: the lata Uenry XJaraat. a ciamile aad strong
personal fnwwd of Dr. Baahaeil concurred, as wkl
other friends of the college. To Dr. Baahaeil
rruoabl aa much a to aar one man. is the State
huh U over with Lairhaiani vhsn indebted lor thi orWr.il tltir.n r.f Kuklaa
tkry ihall meet tocether, and intimate that if it tha ail of tha ceUMr aad Cnivtraily.
knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO..
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
H. HACKFELD & 00.,
HAW1II1N BARK R. C. WYLIE,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS !
WHICH THEYNOW OFFER FOR SUE.
Groceries, Hnbback's Paint Oil.
Whit Zine, Whit Lead,
Venetian Bad, Tallow Ochr.
Caastie Soda, C. C. Tia Plat., Sheet Lewd,
--' Pans, Ta Kettle., ghaat Zia,
Galvaniied Tubs, Fenc Wire,
ReSned Iron, Whit Bros' Portland Cement.
Jnnny Bag, Burlap Bag,,
Printing Paper, Ptrolum Barrels,
Kew Oil Shook.
B jutelleu h Co's., Brandy, la glass, oaU four
Bonteilsra h Co'i., Braady in Casks,
Gin in Cases,
Window Ola, tc.SK.. tt. S71 3m
Just Received fcy " y. f . Murray."
POOR OLD XA9CK, tnnf.
Toll I'ndl Yoa rn, vmz.
i rpfiss'y asks the cptcioo of her nil i upsiarlral
and iadg McDtyda on the satjaet, and aay
H. it IUIIAET
Per Csyykm. Direct frmm. Bovtem,
A Few More
rtCTCMMMtimt asmtra lj sksc
ft SBS 07
w Oregon Dried Apples !
aosLtusa a co.
is a good laaaa aha aaa ratify it, rrareiv thi i 1 Dr. ITsrfl an wiikiUs 11 in ' I
nrj Ut from ntafvirag the ieaae. coMasnpu who lived 10 a rood old asr. Ha
Amt ateeailly. u is arged that ta May, las. ! fought thi Wndiury tdiary to th but, aad
tha awoiaf year, did not scsxaaib an til aca bad rendered hint oo-
aasl thw ereatad a taoaeey from year to year, able to Bght aay fcofar. Ue awakl hare filled
(e Vahbara oa real property, roi, 1. p. 393. oat 74 yean ia aboat six veahf more. Amoog
and Bote, aad am thereui a ted.) TIm woaid ; the efiatate which Dr. Baskaeil tried tn that of
ccly r.re lhri a r ' f.rcr.iyear Mi-ien,ta. ir.i t rave to fat ..fi-.Ie an BMsHM
- a- a the 5th of May, 1875. of that cold, dry winter climate tbat agreal m.r,y
AaxorvSaf to the ansaer filed by Mr. llaiaho. j invalid were indaeasj to try it. At oa time,
the defcestaat Uwdared rent again ia Apnl 1875, that State aa shawes a a refuge Ut roar
fu a. bssfota thw day stipsinl ia Hikoai laaaa lira. Bat ia later yn, opinions ia thi re
t thess.) for the text year, sad it waarafaaed. apart haw beea modi Sad, and wider climate
Tks. would Baaassat to aa oral attic to trail, i. e. ar anafht by iotaJida. IH. BashcvU wa at oe
a raotsc that th ngkt of rxxapaaaoo woaid tar- Urn a later ia Tale College, a vaaalaa fait elaa-
1B0VE CELEBRATED PUBPS, FROM 10. 2 TO 6.
4XD ABC READY TO KBCEIVE KIDERS
for anr ot IB pasnpa of tale snake to U: for aar I- I
ave.-UGd if 1 1 e, . I J
BOILEJt FKE0 Ptm,
VACI lXf PlHPl,
Pa a pes.
" tm C. BK-Est4 CO., areata.
Ft .WE mil liltT OV tiTV ...er
jLf-y TJI M4 sasMmrataJ otoslc jut racHvad.
rr sr. Tirrrsiv.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
k roared par Murrar, asset ft SH hr
g- mum st oa.
A ww vt or the iiwiiivii: ra-
. torr-ssn awnliNiDior Wnsassew saralsdaerfrl.,c
aad for asiwlaw hT . ; BOUJ.1 A rv.
The Sweet UtUe Boot oa the Hui ,
om viuae LHurea.
TH mm thai Idrhl ar Lover Hem.
Ojtln ike Startiitht
Whrre tbe B.amtf.1 RItpt. PWw
Ou Wlucsof Lore, wait.
irtm of the -, walla,.
Cnrsersatae of i
1 In. SURFACED REDWOOD BOARDS.
1 1-2 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
1 1-4 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
1 1-2 la. Surfaced Redwood Plan.
1x6 In. Tongued Grooved R. W. Ploorin g
1 1-4x6 In. T. & 0. R. W. Floor ag,
1-2 In. Redwood Siding,
1 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
1-4 In. Rough Redwood Board.
2 In. Rough Redwood Plank,
4x4 Rough Redwood Scantling,
4x6 Rough Redwood Saantltng.
6x6 Rough Redwood Scantling,
8x8 Rough Redwood Scantling.
1-2x3 Redwood Battens,
''HWC'Int a nntirnnn ornvne wa ,
aaaajw o ws . aaiv w vuii aniauisll 1
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
x.-ja'iraax.-m nara i mu
Tr'sr airnr- -
Uttewold'e rutu assd Poetry of Assansk
fhUs.nr of RrfUah
Hctura ivaiaa, ass sals ell ... nsaess Uv us aataon.
Th Last of to. Late,
wo re', laflah Book,
Plrtana rasuiir &tr.
Baler e Feasaa a PrMm.
IVwcBar- Lifeorrnnrt, Vol T.
Burn.' 0ttr- Saturrtajr .Ml.i.t.
WhHOr-i BalhvSsaf arm rrisfn.l
My Ltrre haj rtist a ttallto.
Sot Yet cea ebeur-
tantai Dooaluo. clwrch -xavk.
Veoise. caordi Sertloe.
T'- iKsm fassd.mum.
The ssorf au . sBarka.
And Maivj Other Ntw Plecti.
(t7 . . WsUTSKT-a.
Whltlier , l -h-ld la., h, tru,
1st a. laeratr. r.ls. i I
riwea Meratlrh' LssesBa, Ssa
Ja ihbiirnii', i''ina. do
M" ronua AiiXa Isffe,
Brrassr. Poatrr eo.1
f:r mto at
Diaries for 1876.
aaWOshTMraTi; bu eivi h
Ktr ar una moo
aWr leUnd eaosod ual m n.
rwiME mi al
W- by Sirassser, assd sura read r tar inessm rii
fa i' m lata mm "it"
aa aaasw of day. a
AH MSB aOad
I saws anasasssl. aslaa tar - - .
Just Received '
Habbuok'i PaiuU and Paint Oil i
Qmlm Pern sr Prke KalA l
AhtJSR V"' T UK HtB AT
u Baok asul Jtew ttrpai or
m. i. wnrrr.-rT.
t to, sasswa.
,n, 1 la.
Kkla a Chitauaa Yeetr.
ials Vgrsssr Kara, ,.
TaaBoa's Qtsaa Hasnt
..Jl. . f il. cvaasniata la oa vat
"5ssd iaraBU. u, raririy.
fSSS' ?r'rimi: i vaa.
Mktkrrtr Talk .us
aod otkar raeesal worxa, m
M Xm For Bat By
H. M. WHITHIV.
Recct e nm rma, rata au
'r ."! BOt-UIB A CO.