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NEW GOODS TO HAND AND EXPECTED
Steamer txxeL Sail Vessel,
From San Francisco, New York and England.
The Genuine Improved Paris Plow -with Polling Coulter.
Sloline Plows,lieavy and light Cast Steel,
Eaele No. 2. and XI Steel and XO Steel Plows,
iToline Horse Plows, Cast Steel, No. 40 & 80
Coltivatars. Ox Take and Ox Bowi. Ii, 13 a&d: la.; Hoe., Rakes. Shovels, Spsdes, Ooi and Sevtbes,
rick at4 Axe:Iatlseks, Pick Aim, Crow Bsrs. Iron and Steel, Cane Knive,. Axes, llatrbets. Adtes, Ac.
CslNalll.Sd U COd; Cot Spikes. 8, 7, S; Wrought Nails. ! to t inch ; FinLhlsg Sails, IS. 8. lOd ; Cooper's
Rii-els. lb. 3 lb and d black. Ceutrifosal Cloth. 10. 12 an J It in-h ; GalrsntieJ Wirt Clotb. 1 t S Mcib,
111 ana 24 is.; liiM.it.VrUI, beat American, 0 acd AO. 1 ; Cabal btelbarro.l ; Hoop Iron, i, ,, 1 and It
Iccb ; Ait. rick, us, Medga, Adse uiiim Handles,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF HARDWARE AT LOW PRICES.
HclVcek Bote4 u. Haw Lisreel Oil. llobbock. Par La4 tad White Zinc. Tire-proof Paint, a Large
Aucrtoent of Psit.U lo OH in 1 And 2 lb tici ; Copal Damar and Bright Varnish J Valentine's Beit JUtt'd
DOWNER'S, DEVOE'S, AND PEATT'S KEROSENE OIL,
Direct from the Manufacturers.
Braexnt. S-Crd Matcbef. lit orb am B octet? . Comet and Japan Tea, Golden Gate and Oreron Tlonr: Paint,
VamUb. hi. Hon. Sto.e and Stencil Brasher ; Blacking, Whitios, Borax, Alam. Saltpetre. Carb. Soda,
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CSLZ AND EXAJflXE 01)21
ASSORTMENT OF CHANDELIERS, STUDENT AND STAND KEROSENE LAMPS!
CHIMNEYS OF ALL STYLES, AND GLOBES, Eic.
DBT GOODS JlX VAKEEXX !
Asotkeag Denim., Tick p. Drilli and Bleached Cottons; Utica LangJon Mills Amoikec and Perkins Fine
Cfettcti , Bert Englbh Prints, llorte Blanlets. 100 ineh Sheeting, Finest Linen Sheeting, 100 in. wide:
rWow CClm and Linen, Russian Diaper and Crash, Victoria Lawn, Site i a and Cambric, AlMVool and
OsCtea and 'Vool Waterproof, All Lice a and Union Linen Pact Staffs ; Finest, Media in and Common 4-4
Jk-tsd a o A.i- Oul XlllAitl.
A Large Assortment of Stationery.
Arrt-ts for Jajxe's Patent Medicines, a foil lice ; Giant Powder Co., Willcox a Gibbl', and Singer Sewing
Machine Co.; Makes Meamp l'urcp,, belt in tie, market
Asbestos Steam Packing, Superior to an; otber in tbe in.rket; Asbestos Cement and Boiler CoTerine;
1 Hose, i. I In. it, it ana I in ; I u racking, 1-1 c, I S, jig aui 1-4 incb.
Also, Three Pine Pianos, from a Celebrated Boston Manufactory,
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
STILL FURTHER REDUCTION ON SEWING MACHINES !
CASTLE & COOKE
Can Furnish the Singer New Family Sewing Machine!
Equal to an; otber Double Thread Machine, for SO.
Singer Tailor Manufacturing Machine, for S55 1
Al proof cf tie Scperioritj.f tbe EIXlJElt MACHINES, tbeir talei number MORE than all tbe menu
zaexnren in tbe world, put together. Also, on band.
The Wilcox & Gibbs' Automatic Machine.
3Ve easteft rnnningeunplest and onlj noiseless Machine, tbe Ladies' farorite. for $50. 664 3
C. BREWER $c CO.
FOR SALE JUST RECEIVED
Hf the bpleadld New
Aacricau Bark Amy Turner
A W. yEWTfl, Master,
The Following Assortment
TWO IXV'XDUCD TOM SSTHAM COAL.
Ooe basdreO and Uiirtj-nve tout Cumteriju.l Coal,
TVeaty tons fetore Uual.
C XtraTtmbuv U ret New Bedford Whale Beats,
Oak: riaak. one to fonrincnea.
Cs. Boston Card Matches
"EADIAKT" KEROSENE OIL,
KXX1S CVT SiAILK. 3d to 40t,
Kecs Cut bpikea, , S aod 6 lncbea.
Naval Stores and Ship Chandlery,
UTHrtfnrua ritch, American Tar, Hosln.
.t-p:rtu Tarpentlae, Ctottou Ioc- No. 1 to 10.
" Jtxwrt lact. aianlla Rope, asstM th'd to X Inch,
CKUcc (alia, Unale liar, Asst'd Oara 10 ft. to 30 fret,
PLANTATION STORES !
leather Ddtinc X'.obber Hose,
Oaatrif uxl pnin. ltuUber rackinf,
bUe tlill noma. Cade How a.
JX CABTS, OX YOKES.
mCC tVlBE, SO. S AND O,
Amoafceax XVnlmt, Btemcbt d CoUuna, 4 -4, M. 1 0-4 , 1 1 -4
LaocdoV Wateifbrd, II on est Width, Crown
Imrbam Kriata, Zi In.; Stratford Cambric. 28 to.
Xerrinuc ITUu. ia A-onl lTiul. 25 in.
Xnickertmcker rnnta, llamllton Frinta,
XmnoeH BaT ITtstE,
-AaaorUd Sisea, on VTheels.
dama, Oren rraa. Green Corn (La Croix Brand),
Tooaso atctdtnp, rotted U eats, tiubatera, Tumatoea,
baoaace Steals. Corn btarcn.
Oiaeraiaa, bf ralioo audi cailoo Jan ;
3Uta. Am. Xess Beef, adl Extra 2rime I'orfc,
Unarter Larreb Clear Port,
PaIXtS 3-X3l3L Oils
nf. tibia. Mineral taint". Boiled LinMed OU,S cab Una
T"'"'. Varnlab. Coaeli Varnish.
Iron and Metals,
Iron Vtpc it to M 1 tialeanbed Ilpe, H to IS In.
Babbtu lieul, fxxlrr. A wt'd Uax Iron, ruud A anve
Booplroa, fc, K.l tnen, IX locli,
VeUow Jlruil.l0ox. Ia2n.; taLoaln Xalla, IX, IX.
Square and fionad fouled Sbovela, darcaal lrona,
Y"'--. Clack Itlreta,
A FEW SETS OF SINGLE HARNESSES,
oxc set DoruLi; n Aatxrss.
au Bandln. Bunt Bnnra. roldlne CSolbea Iloraea,
VTfceeiaarrowa, caul Barroma.
eastern pine barrels and shooks
ptte dkitd Hob, assorted stxea ; HUa Poison,
Ssrta Trunka, Paper Baca.
IF TJ 3Et IV I T TJ JR, E !
XttXalxtc Cnaira. oodSealCbalra.
Cutsace O""!? Seta, Blade Walnut Bldeboard.
an nrvoiCE or
McMurray's rresli Oysters,
One and two pound cans'
An Asst. of Knowles' Steam Pumps
lumbers two to aeren.
TO BE SOLD AT EEDCCED KATES 2
A Wdl-SelertCHl Asaortment of SADDLES,
of m Celebrated Salter.
VZBSVrrS Lemon and Vanna Extracta,
iJortieua Cocoalne, Kalis ion and Totleta.
CU 3m C. BREWEII ft CO.
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE !
THE CABG0 OF THE
Bark Mattie Jtlacleaj
Prom Portland, Oregon,
BBLS. OF EXTRA FLOUR
Caies of Fresh Filot Bread,
Spauldine Sugar Ccred llams,
Sac 8 of Bran,
Eaell of Oatl,
Eaebi of Potatoel,
168 Ellis. No. I Col. River Salmon
50 Half bW?. Ditto,
Cave Spanlding Eeit Lard, id 10 lb tins.
Cafes 2 lb tin Salmon,
Cates 1 lb tin Ditto,
Cates Roast Beef and Mutton, in 2 lb tins.
Boxes of Dried Herrings
Boxes of Dried Applei,
Cases 2 lb tin Orders,
CbesU Best Japan Tea,
100,000 Cedar Shingles
100,000 Cedar Posts,,
Boxes California Soap,
Best Corn Brooms,
Best Cedar Pails and Buckets,
BBLS. AND HALF BBLS.
Best Bourbon Whiskey,
Etc, Etc., Etc
GREEN, MACFARLANE & Co
Pacific Eubljer Paint Company's
rjXHIS ABTICIX IS roB SAXX BY
BOLLES & Co.
Tne Ksbber Paint la Justly celebrated, and licomlnK
Into crueral uac, and an woo bare clren it a trial hlcWr
retsoicmeoa It, Tbe cnderalrned bare a reoenl aaaort
ssestufan colon aodahaaea. and will keep np theaaaort
aoeni, and be readj to C1I orderi at tbe anortestnoUre.
cat BOLLES d. Co.
The Best in the Market
Tf R O X O UXCE D BV ALL FAIXTEKS TO
Superior to any Lead Imported
In this market, with more corrrUis capad ty and dura
bUltj than any otber, FOB SALE BY
2 lm M l EH EH A CO.
Murray & Lanman's Florida Water '
THIS CELERUATED FLORAE I'tBiTME
haa been a ftvortte with tbe raahionmble world In
alt part of tbe Globe for nearly half a century, trvurimg
is ffd&OGr emd durobttitj o Us odr, tbe finest Kan De
Cologne or otber Perfumri that bare been hitherto lm
Torted Into thee XblaDds. Mr&Rar A. LaN man's Florida
Watr la unsurpassed as an Extract for the Handker
chief, and la also superior Ui any perfume ever used for
HoiAimp, tieOHinff Vu Teak n Sxuifi Areata, It
Also allays the Irritatkm caosed by ordinary enTtfioat'aod
remor Iha, FrtcLUx, Impla or BloUkrafnm tt fact,
back and arm. It relieves merrotu Aeadacke and Imparts a
Clow of freshness and Tlsror, however used and Is a moet
Centie and stimulating odor.
Fox 8 Ala KTstatTWHOue
Sole Areut for tbe XXawallan Island.
JIT. B.Tradt nwiied at Jlamtfactium Prices.
Bewar of apoiious lnilutkrna, and aee that etch bottle
Dears tbe centune Tainc AiAax, xuaaaTA EaskaK'
SMALL CHAINS !
JIZCS FBOJt 1-4 To 1-2 I.VCH, I! QXTA3T-
j miu, u suit, xieceivea per 'ueta."
Por Sale br BOLLES & CO.
PER KA MOI.
CASE OF BtTSTIXS Be, WlUt suid Bine.
AJf IJfDEPEXDKKT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PUBLISHED ASD EDITED BY
HENRY M. WHITNET.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7. 1877.
Supreme Court of the Iln trillion Im
lnnd., October Term, 1877, In
REXts. PATRICK THORXTOX.
Jadd tai XlcColly, J. J. Opinion by Jadd, J.
The prisoner with ihree others was indicted
for conspiracy to charge a felony with intent to
extort money. Tbe evidence showed that the
crime of extortion, the object of me conspiracy,
had been accomplished. The prisoner' cuunrel
sited the Court lo instroct the jury to acquit
the prisoner on Ins ground ibal the conspiracy
lind become merged in the aanaequeiit lelony.
US our tUUUi a conspiracy to cnaree n leiony
is a felony. The crimes, then, are uf equal de
gree. I here is, thereiore, no merger, and eucn
is punishable separately. See (jreenleafe: evij
dence, 00. "Where two crimes are cr equal
grade tbere can be uu ieiral technical merirer.'
.. .1 ..I , tl I DC. O. ... ,!
reope vs. .iiaiuer, s ,,cuu. uu , jwiie ,e. .uui
ray, 15 Me. 100. In tbe last case cited the
Court say, " In cases of conspiracy overt acts are
laid uerelr as evidence 01 the prmcipal cbarges,
It is not laid in this indictment that the
chartpos of a felony was actually committed, but
it was prored belore thejury, in order lo show
that the threat to charge a cerlaia lelony, was
the means employed for the extortion, and thai
was the motive for which tbe conspiracy was
formed. Jiy our statute it is clear that it is not
necessary to charge that the object ol tbe con
spiracy had been accomplished. Section 3 reads
It is not requisite that lue act agreed upon
should he done or attemptd in pursuance of the
conspiracy; the conspiracy itself constitutes the
The rights of persons accused of conspiracy
are fully protected in Section 7 uf the Chapter
on conspiracy, which provides that, Where one
is convicted ol an uuense, he is not liable there
after lo be tried for or convicted ot a conspiracy
to commit the same : and II a conspiracy lo com
mit an offense and the commission of the same
he charged in the same indictment, the defend
ant is liable to be sentenced for one only." This
section would rebottbe Mea that there coo'd be
a merger even jf the conspiracy and the uSense
which it referred lo uere ol different grades.
Tbe Court was right in refusing lo charge as re
quested. The second point made is thai the jury should
have been charged that unless they ero sans
fied that the prisoner knew that tbe crime which
the conspirators agreed lo charge npan the per
son lrom auum the money Has extorted, was
identical with thai charged in tbe indictment.
they most acquit htm.
The Court was tight in refusing this instruc
tion, tor it this prisoner did not know tbe emct
crime which was agreed tu be charged, he wai
notrJainied to be innocent of acceding la it. aud
ol receiving his share of the money which was
extorted, nod this would make him guilty ol am
spiracy. It must be admitted that if the jury
had found on the evidence that the crime to be
charged was smuggling opium a misdemeanor
iney would properly hive lound the prisoner
guilty of conspiracy in the second degree. This
instruction was not a.-ked lor by the counsel for
the prisoner, and was therefore not given or re
used, and thereiore no exception on this point
can now be considered. See Dowsell vs. Lipoa,
3 Haw. C25.
Clearly the jury were not authorized to atquit
me prisoner on the evidence, and this was the
only instruction asked for.
Messrs, E. Preston and T. C. MacDowell for
the proseculioa ; Messrs. S. B. Dole and 11. F.
Bickerton assigned counsel for the prisoner.
Honolulu, Xor. 1, 1677.
A Ulnli Divorce .UUI.
nOW TOET DO THI.VOS IK SALT LAKR CUT.
We always knew that (Jtah was a good place
for marrying, Jut it appears from recent invesli
gatioos that the business of untying the matri
monial knot is equally flourishing. To those
alike who feel thatlbey are not married as much
as they would like to be, aud those who think
they are married too much, Utah affords facil:
tics which it would be hard to beat. Parties de
siriog divorces are not even required to be rest
dents of the territory. It is ouly necessary that
they should declare their intention of becoming
such. When it is not convenient to appear in
person, affidavits and other papers can be for
warded by mail, und the obliging judge returns
the decree by the same channel. For further
particulars we refer our readers to the following:
Salt Lake, Sept. 27. At 2 o'clock this after
noon tbe committee appointed to inspect the re
cords ol tne rrooate Uonrt ol aslt lake (Jitv,
finished tbeir labor and made their report to tbe
brand Jury. Ihe business ol the Urund Jurv
having been finished, that body appeared in
Court at 4 o'clock, and were discharged from
further attendance. The ntler rottenness of tbe
Probate Court of Suit Lake county has been es
tablished and ehuwn up by tbe invesligations of
the committee, and the reason of the Probate
Judge for resisting the order of the District
Judge for an inspection of his records by the
committee oi me uraod Jury is apparent.
Tbe following is the substance of the report of
tne committee, addressed to At. K.. Uarkness,
r oreman, and the Grand Jury ;
Your committee hare confined themselves more
particularly to tbeir investigation to tbe branch
OI divorce business, as carried on in that Court
and we would here eay, thai it is beyond the
limit and power of ibis committee to give in de
tail every case oi aivorce us it appears on tne re
Cords of the Court; but we believe that the
showing of such cases us we present are a fair
representation ol ihe practice ol granting divor
ces in una uourl. and we think it will lullr con
vinced this jury that the system of graminir di
vorces iu said Courtis such an outrage on law and
justice that measures should be taken to slop
now THE WO EE IS DONE.
At an example of the practice in said Court.
we woota state mat lrom the oegtnoiog o! Sep
tember, lfaTC, to September, 1677, there have
been upwards of three hundred divorces cranted
and at least eighty per cent, of that number were
applied for when both parties to the suit were
non-residents ot Ihe territory and beyond the
jurisdiction of tbe Court. Under this practice
it is quite evident that great injustice must he
done, and a mocsiery made ol judicial proceed
ings which are supposed to be the most sacred
trust ol any Uonru
We find that it is the general rule of practice
in tnis uourl, wtiere the parlies ore non-resi
dents and where the complaining party prays for
relief from his or her matrimonial obligations, to
employ some not over-sensitive or over-scrupu
lous aitorney, wnosename is very seldom attach
ed to tbe complaint, to forward the same to the
rrooate Uonrt, where tbe complaint is filed
Accompanying this document is an affidavit from
the party complaining, to the effect that the
grievances alleged iu the complaint ae all made
in good laito ; mat ne or she, as the case may
be. intends lo become a resident of Utah, bnl at
present it u out of tbe power of the applicant
and that the last known place of residence of the
defendant is so and so (naming the place). Upon
tne snowing OI inese valuable sinrle-banded
documents, made by tbe plaintiff, His Hooor
Judge rjias smith issues a summons to be ad
dressed and mailed to the last known place of
residence as sworn to by the plainlin. and citing
toe oeiendanl lo appear belore his Court iu lrom
twelre to sixteen days and show cause why such
telieT should not be granted as prayed for in tbe
Then on the last day given for the appearance
fit the defendant. His Honor Judge Elias Smith
grants the decree as prayed for. Such in brief
is the practice of this bogus divorce mill, when
the parties are non-residents, and when tbe com
plaining parly prays for a decree of divorce upon
the grounds of incompatibility of temper br differ
ent aims and objects in life, etc
A STILL EASIER rBOCESS.
But we find a still mora direct mode of shuff
ling off matrimonial obligations, thus : Husband
and wife, both non-residents of the Territory,
and either of them making complaint and swear
ing that the defendant has abandoned his or her
borne, and filing such sworn atatement without
any other corroborating evidence, can get the
decree granted the eame day that the petition is
filed. An this may seem loo incredible lor be
jel, we will here cue several cases as examples
uf uiauy :
A FEW STARTLING SPECIXEX CASKS.
Rose Barry vs. Dennis H.nry Compluint filed
January 3, 1877. and sworn lo in San Francisco.
Decree granted the same day.
Dorainick Morogh vs. Josephine Morogh
Complaint sworn to in New York Cily, and filed
January 3. 1877. Decree granted the same day.
Bentley Stevens vs. Adeline Stevens tyoui
plainl sworn lo in Chicago, and filed February
20, 1877. Decree granted Ihe same day.
llobert E. iNVebit vs. trances Isesbit Com
ilaint sworn to in Terra H-uie, Indiana, and
filed February 20, 1877. Decree granted the
fc.a me day.
Alice Atwood vs Nathaniel Atwood Com
plaint sworn In in SuLouir,ud filed April Kith.
PlaintiQ ewears that the deleudanls last K no u
nlace uf residence wos al ten. Decree grunted
tw. ilavs after Elin" tbe application.
John B. Vail v. B. D. Vail. Complaint
sworn to in New York, and filed April 5, 1877.
Last known place uf residence ul detenuaul was
in France. Decree granted April 9, 1877.
To further in, lance the fraudu'eut and nefari
ous practice uf ibis dirorce business, we would
cite the fnHnwimj cases :
Helen Lwnar.l applies lor a divorce lrom reier
L.eO' ard ul llhinnginn, Canada ; tiles ner com
plaint in this Court, swearing to it in Allen
county, Indiana ; asks Ibal as personal service
cannot be made uimu tlctendanl within the juris
diction of this Court, thai Ibe Court direct tbut
service be luken ui aloresaiu, according to sec
tion 5 of the Utah statutes in reference to til
vorce. The decree was gr-anledlwo days after
filiug the petition.
The Committee then go on to state the time
jn which one hundred coiiseculitu cases were
each disposed of. Iu 1C uf these the divorce
was granted on the same day the complaint was
filed. In ihe other 81 cases the impatient plain
tiffs had to wail from two to forty days before
they could obtain release liom matrimonial bond.
The Committee further report thai this nefari
ous business is on the increase, and that other
Probate Courts besides that of Salt Lake
County ore engaged in it ; that in a large nuui
ber of cases tbe complaint and all ihe papers in
said cases-arc in the handwriting of Klias Smith,
presiding Judge of the Court wherein the cases
arc pendine. shoamg Ihe questionable proceed
iocs of a Judire nractisiu? in his own Court.
The report concludes thus : "I lie developments
made by your Committee in tbeir luvestiiralions
fully t iudicale his Louor. Chief Justice Scbaeffer,
for his order enforcing ihe law relative lo tbe in
spection ot public records, aud lurnish an expla
nation of the resistance of Judge Kiias Smith and
bis clerk, U. UrookUIt.
Hint on she (,'nrc oi the Eyes.
Tbere are, perhaps, more individuals who
ascribe their weakness of sight to a use of their
eyes nnder an insoEi;ient urlihcial illumination
lhairto any one other cause. In a great many
instances this may not be strictly true, but there
cau ue uu uuuuv mat lauuy sruuusi ogui is
one of the most'prnluclire causes of n certain
class ol injuries, lo which tbe eye can be ex
posed. Tbe two sources of trouble with tbe
ordinary artificial Iiirhls ure first, they are not
pure nuite. and secondly, they are unsteady.
The first defect is found in .all artificial lights
except the lime, eleclnc and magnesium lights ;
the second especially in caudles aud gas. I he
yellowness is, in a measure, counteracted by
using, in the case of lamps and gas, chimneys
of a violet or blue tint, and the flickering of the
gas may be obviated largely by employing an
Argand burner. Ail things considered, a tier
man stndent-Iamp furnishes the most satisfac
tory light. The next, best is gas with an Ar
gand burner. The chimneys of both may, us
above suggested, be advantageously ol a light
blue tint. .
Tbe position or the light in relation to the
body is uf great importance. II a shade is used
on the lamp or burner (it should, by preference,
be ol. grouod or "milk'' glass, never uf colored
glass), the light may stand directly in front of
the body and the work be allowed lo lie in Ibe
lichl under tbe shade, which will protect the
eyes from the glare uf the Dune. If no shade is
used the back should be turned to the source uf
light, which uught to fall over the left shoulder.
The same rale applies in ibe management of
daylight. In this case the light slixulJ come
from behind and slightly above, am! fall directly
on the woik, whence it is reSacted to tbe eye.
It should never fall directly in the face.
Tbe light in the room during sleep is also not
without its influence. As a rule, the room dar
ing sleeping hours should be dark ; and, in par
ticular, care shoild be taken to avoid sleeping
opposite a window where, on opening tbe eyes
.in the morning, a flood of strong light will fall
on them. Even the strongest eves are. ufier llie
repose of the night, more or less sensitive lo the
impression "of intense light. The eyes must
have time lo accustom themselves lo the sti
mulus. Attention should be called to the injurious
effects that follow reading on railroad cars. On
account of the unsteadiness of tbe page, read
ing, under these circumstances is exceedingly
trying to tbe eyes, and should never be per
sisted in for any considerable length of lime.
During convalescence lrom severe illness tbe eyes
are generally Ihe last to regain tteir lost power.
Scnbner's Magazine. ,
He was a singularly grave man, even for a sex
ton. For nearly half a century he had been a
public fnnctionaty had performed the conspicu
ous duties of a sexton; yet no one bad ever seen
biro smile. Occasionally he joked, but he did it
in such a Oineral manner that no one couiu ac
cuse him of levity. One day he was standing on
tbe church steps wiping his melancholy features
witu a red bandanna. A heoraesiood nearnno
three or four carriages were drawn up behind it.
The notes of Ihe orenn fl-iated out of the win
dows wiih solemn effect. A stranger came along
and said: Funeral V And the old sexton
gravely howed his head it was. "Who's dead ?"
I ne old man wrain wiped his hrow anil gave me
name of the deceased. "What complaint!"
ffked the inquisitive stranger, solemnly plac
ing his bandanna in Ins hai and covering nis uaiu
head, the old eexton made answer : " There ia
no complaint ; everybody is perfectly satisfied."
HAW. BARK "R. C. "WTLIE,"
130 lny from lireiucra,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
English, German and French
Cottons. Linens, Woolens, and Silk.
Cloths ami CasKmeres, Shirts, Towels,
Shawls, Clothing, Hdkfs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Cutlery, Sheet Zinc, Tin Plates, Sheet Lead,
Corrugated Roofing, Fence Wire, Hoop Iron,
Centrifugal Linings, Leather Belting,
Burlaps, I. R. and Flax Packing.
DIE CQTTAGB PIANO!
Toys, Paints and Oils.
Stationery, Printing and Wrapping Paper.
Powder and Shot.
Yellow Metal Sheathing and Nails. '
Stockholm and Coal Tar.
Tallow aud Molasses Containers.
Wines, Ales, and Spirits,
&c, &c, &c r
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OF AIX HINDS.
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
Selections, front the Talmud.
Messrs.. Frederick Warne & Co., of London,
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Ihe Talmud," translated by II. Polano, a book
that is full of curious and valuable information.
Among the contents is a collection of the Pro
verbs and Sayings of the IUobis. from which the
following have been selected :
Truth is heavy, therefore few care to carry it.
Say little and do much.
He who multiplieth words will likely cosie to
Sacrifice thy will for others, tint they may be
disposed to sacrifice tbeir wills for thee.
Study to-day, delay not.
Look not upon thy prayers as on a task ; let
thy supplications Tie sincere.
He who is loved by mao is loved by God.
Do not live near a pious fool.
A small coin in a large jar makes a great noise.
Use thy noble vase to day ; to-morrow it may
The cat and the rat make peace over a carcass.
He who walks each day over his estate finds
a coin daily.
The dog follows thee for the crumbs in thy
The soldiers fight, and the kings are heroes.
When Ihe ox is down, many are the butchers.
Descend a step in choosing thy wife ; ascend
a step fn choosing thy friend.
Francis Joseph, or Austria.
A French writer thus describes Francis
Joseph, or Austria : "The Emperor betrays that
kind of chronic melancholy which marks sadden
ed and declining reigns. He is Lull, and delicate
in health ; his gait is elegant and hesitating ; he
wears habitually the loose undress uniform of a
cavalry officer. His foot is small, but he has a
large hand ; the thurnbs are narrow and the nails
round. His gesture indicates certain embarrass
ment, not altogether devoid of dignity ; his head
is upright, long and well set ; bis whiskers are
fair and straight, and all tbe court wears tbeirs
in the same style ; his hair is bright auburn he
is bald on the back of his bead. His eyes are a
grayish blue and diamond shape ; sometimes they
sparkle with impatience, but soon settle again
into that look of dull resignation which seems to
be a characteristic of sovereigns who last long.
He has a ehorl optnrned nose, joined to a strong
firm and projecting mouth ; the short lip. cover
ed by a heavy mustache, the small and receding
chin constitute the family mark and peculiarity
'of the House of Lorraine, and of the Imperial
Princes of Uapsburg and Bohemia.''
AVi: HKF.N' APl'OINTEl) SOLE AGENTS
at tnese Islands, for tbe sale or tbe celebrated
MILLER, STREW AT & Co'S
CROWS BItA.I OF
BOURBON & RYE WHISKIES
Kow tbe leading brand la Kealaclcjr. United Sut?s,
aautA nunu, sui it puriij' .uu 8 opt nor q USUI J, IS DlgUI
recomnis?odd for medlcfoal use. We have now lauding
i' AMI AOllirij.
A Small Invoice of these Whiskies
Wlilcti mil bo Offered nt Agents Sates,
Extra Coarboo, In varnished oak casks and Japann'd hoops
" llourbon In polished kegs and nickel plated hoops.
' Bourbon la 1 dozen bottle cases
" Kj-e la 1 dozen bottle cases.
Ech bottle bearlnjr the Caution Lt.bel. and not nr. pt
pres-ily for ORKKX, MACFAItHNh & CO. We (sUHr.
MUtrcthse WhUlds to bethecennln Miller, Ktewsrt
c m a trown uraua," airoct rrota tbe inanafsictnrerj.
(HIKES', MACFARLANE A CO.,
Sole Agents for Miller, Stewart & Co.,
662 im Louisville, Kentucky.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort &. Merchant Sts.
For 3D. O. MTJItllA.'y
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies', Misses1 and Children's
Custom-Vade, Extra tine and Medium Quality
Boots dis Shoes
Everoffered In Honolulu.
65S,nl IRA RICHARDSON.
PER b'k R. C. Wylie from Bremen
VJ2??FF$ AKCnons. fro SOUP lo JSO0 lbs.
saLa.LLCfIAI2t.In Quantities to aolt, dm J lncb to
9-ls or an lncb.
CHAIN CABLES, S, J-a, T-S, 1, 1 M, l j.Sl 4 i M
'a. jor sala low tv
611 BOLLES CO.
Stockholm Tar, in Bbls.
BOLLES & CO
O ECEIVED PER KA HOI.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A GENERAL ASSOETM'T OF
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores:
For Bole br BOIXE9 i'co.
ALL THE USUAL STOCK SIZES
TIMBER, PLANK.- BOARDS,
FENCING AND PICKETS
ALSO, OTY HAND
A Host Complete Stock of
Scantling ; Plank, surfaced and roogli,
Hoards, eurlaced and roagb ; Batteos,
Pickets, Rustic, Lattice, Clapboards,
' AUIl, IX STOCK,
A FINE ASSORTMT OF WAIL PAPER
BOLTS. SCREWS. Etc
Paint and Whitewash Brushes !
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS S
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Of Eastern and California Mako.
FOR SALE IX QUANTITIES TO SCIT,
C HA sTCoNq
No 5 Merchant StiMt,
JtJ bUHojlne.s.snJ lAt,rr .;.r.""CllJT I
would call! hi- attrntlOD of oM ftwr? U ? I
tbe Assortment uf tlssaTjj
Xnumf rated bslow,
HE OFFERS-FOR THE NEXT SQ tyl
Bouav lloaseaax. ltain.rt. TLVTT.
THE FINE BRITISH SHIP
910 TONS REGISTER,
GJtOSAIlT. JI ANTE It,
WITH A SPLENDID
Assortment of Goods,
Comprising a Large Aisortmeot of
LINENS, COTTONS. WOOLLENS,
s ri TibiEimr,
RANS0ME. SIMS i HEAD'S
Steel Ploughs and Coulters!
Bus" ami Jt.-JKfjinsr,
Ollclalll. Velvet lln-n.
Blood Wolfe & Co's Ale,
Pig Brand Stout.
Wines and Spirits, AlcoioI,
Champagne and Red Bar Claret:
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING,
BAR IRON, HOOP IRON,
CURIHERS FROM.W. & A. ffl'ONIE.
And Weston's Centrifugals,
FROM MIRLEE3. TAIT 4 WATSON.
TOB. SALE TO AKBI VE
THEO. H. DA VIES.
(quarts aad ptou)
J. It. Cuitsr, O K." Kroneur rsrim.
Extra ow mock;, "O K, dutI!
0 FC. goer Huh, vij
California nock. Sherry, Gtegtr
SpartlLiff lloclr, Port. airta
Blood, Wolf Co.,
I od Coop AC
(pints Ami qoarti.)
BlOOd. Wolf &. Co.. AUttt'L.
McEwan's, (pints and qttsxrs) &
Serma Blanco. Yon IlvmboUri
WHALEBONE, ANCHORS, Clill
Boats. Walrus iTorr.
Blocks. Iron Tut
Wire RxtflDsT Tm.
Camphor Wood Trunks. Vinecar,
Virginia Floe Tobacco. Batcbrr
Clears. ttmHi I
s s s o
Til E want has long be. Mtofafolnis
ruuio, lo omt uu, "miiu. luwwi, ' - a
ductd Iota this, mar test and the pakoasn tt CW SMI
confl.lpnUr solicited. These are naos
Full Seven 'Octave Solid Ins fx
OVEnSTItUMfS Basa Carved lis SsssfJ
ners, Eerpaatln. Mouldings and PooM "
wood t'aaei combine.! with t'lXIIIsM a
mtiisr-ssof tone. EEAvrvafuissi
Most Celebrated Malell
FUnCIIASIIRN mar therefore erdsr Has! !
ments with confidence as each Is fmlr winsst I
these instruments will be larrely ascd Is rSM
Convents, special Inducements ul be fires. IC!
ror aoch purposes and also to Clerrroeo
It mar banVed how II b possible la "Hi sv
charged. The answer U plain. There aieesfcrss
Rooms to keep up, no Brand )lask! Hairs to susss
noeapenslve travellUusaaenralopar Taerasssasf
Mottoes of the Tbalbeix Hano are
A Piano fur Every FatS)
With Large SaUt, i
CHEAP FOR CASH
'Gainst Dear on Credit
THE special points ofadranttte ef Pt
HEXT AltENKAMIMKI) MATKBIIJ-;
Workmaoahlp, Uniform qomr. Fuu.nnss
ofTooe.nd JIOIlKItATK l'llll t. ,
Samples or these llanos and fall ratrkw
talned from II. X tXl
Asent of the Thalben Pianos for the I.asn"
For the season of 1577 the Thallberc runs h st.
at tbe cash price or
Bat tbe i4m of tbe Inntrnment U InrmW JTj
suil Oite-thlrl Octr. anJ ib I A
rr.cilva s, ,i Kr t n.H iii.tnim.! la tbsl SOTsX
N. B. Parties reaUmr on any mt tb eTt I
have Photograph of thes IusirnmaaU fimp $l
fjpirc rMiEisio.ti) IS 50Wl,FJ
VIEWS OF HOUSES, GR0VFS,
Of anr kind, oaths tcuM reasooaU ttT7L tl
best qaallty. (laimQloitioa w w-
Office wtil receiTc promp attention. . I
THE CXDEILNIGXEll A5a.?t-?l
PA BED bj com patent M "???,fL at
. k. f . .. '.mar 11 I
In this kingdom,
Suitable for all cases, which ther """""VfS-s!
L thnunMtHn, In .muln, ..MintS. wttl .
ance that ther are the onlr forms s. U "frjtw
In ererr particular with tbe Uws vew
between Usstersndberrant. . . J t
Areola on tbe other Islands wH os tat
blaoks at liberal rawa tor cash. .ttxICC-
cham. t. ctrUrs
...... ,.V. l.,u.t.r.r,MU W 0
Labor, District of Koaa, Island of Oaha.
ITOuololu, liar lh, I!T7. .
Pocket Knives and GoIdP
L PENS. Pen and Pencil Caw. " "Zai I
Slroo Boj'a Knives, at j, urHTfli.
eordlallrlnvlted to- attend PahW ,7fSsi
CHURCU. where Sertlcea are ',,,rMl
.dock A. It. and 7 P. U.
woo mar be pleased to attend; J iyl?
evenlnf Prarer Ueetlux at tH VOX'- t3
Vinegar of world-wide """JlJ, ltSf.d
Water. Florid. Water. E JV't
otber soaps. VaJet and El ni!k
theTeelh.dc K. Strand. 1visK1lCi5l
CornhDI. London. 1
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