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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1881.
By Ross Raymond.
(COXTIKITD F1IOM YKSTr.HUW.)
nary, and became a tonchur in llio school.
She "Was, and is yet, a beautiful creature,
and a younr English engineer engaged at
one of the big sugar plantations, fell in love
with her. He was a line young fellow, and
the match was approved of by all who had
the interests of either of the two at heart ;
when "one day there appeared on the face of
the girl a blazing red spot . which spread
from the cheek to the ear, and then devel
oped into tubercles over the neck and they
said she was a leper. That happened in
June. The" girl declared she was not ; but
the inexorable law forced her away to Ho
nolulu. Meanwhile she declared that she
Avas not afllicted, and insisted on having her
lover believe that she was temporarily in
Honolulu visiting, making some purchase,
and so on, preparatory to the wedding set
for October. But there came a time when
she could no longer deceive herself, and no
one would undeceive him. One day he
came to Honolulu on business. It was the
day appointed for the nailing of the lepers ;
and her case being rapidly advancing, she,
with the rest, was being led to the steamer
when her lover saw her. One wild scream
from her, and he has dashed at the guards
in a vain effort to rescue her. In a few
minutes he is dragged away by the police,
and she, in a fainting condition, is carried
to the vessel. All night this girl lay upon her
breast sobbing, and uoav looking as wild as
night she springs ashore, and casts a look
around. Then she sees the priest standing
there, and, falling at his feet, clasps his
knees and cries for help.
"You are good," sheays. " 1 love him
so. He is in prison. I shan't see him
again. Let him come to me. lie will
come ! AVe love each other. I have given
him everything, but he does not love me
less because I am a leper."
But the priest strove only to raise her.
Then she called out, "Oh, God, if this
be indeed Thy priest, show me that Thou
art kind and move his heart."
I turn away, but I saw the old priest's
cheeks were wet with tears, and thct he
held in his arms the fainting from of one
whose greatest grief was not alone in hpr
leprosy. Sydney Eccniny JYcws.
Biblical Bill ol' Fare for Christmas.
Bring in the table and spread a linen cloth
thereon, and set in order the things that are
to be set in order upon it. Exodus xl., 4 ;
Mark xiv., 51.
Set the bread upon the table, and butter
in a lordly dish. Judab v., 22; Exodus xi.,
Tell them who are bidden, 1 have pre
pared my dinner. Matthew xxii., 4.
I would cause thee to drink of spiced
wine. Cant, viii., 2.
He brought them up out of the sea.
Tsa. lxii., 11.
And their mouths were opened immediate
,1. fiLukc i., OJ.
Every man at the beginning doth set forth
good wine. John ii., 10.
Puree of Lentils with Croutons.
Jacob gave Esau bread and pottage of
lentils. (.ren. xxv., 31.
Eat bread with scarceness. Dent, viii., 0.
si i mm v.
Drink no longer water, but use a little
wine for thy stomach's sake. 1 Tim. v., 23.
Job, xv, 33. Hew, iv, 3.
Striped Bass, Oyster Sauce.
We remember the fish we did eat freely.
.Num., xi, 5.
These with many stripes. Dent., xxv, 3.
The fruit of the ground. Gen., iv, 3.
A root out of dry ground. Isa., liii, 2.
Thou hasl kept the good .wine till now.
John, ii, 10.
Boiled Capon, Egg Sauce.
Accept it always and in all places. Acts,
CALIFORNIA RED WINE.
The wine is red. Psalms, lxxv, 8.
Pigeon Braise, with Peas.
Pigeons such as he is able to get. Lev.,
Curly of Turkey "Wings, a V Indienne.
The king or spices. 2 Chron., ix, 9.
They brought c .. and beans. 2 Sam,
A Vine that makes glad the heart of man.
Fill ye up, then, the measures of your
fathers, and let us keep up the feast.
Psalms, civ, 15; Matt., xxiii, 32; 2 Cor.,
t Turkey, Stuffed with Chestnuts.
Filled with the fruits of the chestnut trees.
Phil., i, Jl ; Ezek., xxxi, 8.
Saddle of Venison.
1 pray thee eat of my venison. I will eat
of 1113' son's venison. Gen., xxxii, 10-25.
Abundantly moistened Avith fat. Isa.,
E'en quail ca'me. E"od., xvi; 13.
Esteemed among men. L11K0, xvi, 15.
Royal Avine in abundance. Esth., i, 7.
1 ETTUCE SALAD.
A pleasant plant; green before the sun.
Isa., at, 7 ; Jer., xvii, 8.
Pour oil upon it; pure oil olive. Lev.,
il, 15, and xxiv, 2.
Vinegar and salt, Avithout prescribing how
much. Ruthjii 1-1; Ezra, vii, 25.
VEGETABLES (ASSORTED) .
And the earth brought forth grass and
herb, yielding seed ni'ttjr its kind. Gen., i,
English Plum Pudding.
About this season is good and acceptable.
2 Kings iv, 1G; 1 Tim., ii, 3.
Ice-like morsels. Psal., cxlvii, 17.
Royal Dainties, frozen. Gen., xlix, 20;
Job, xxxA'iii, 30. t
lie took a cake. Lev., viii, 2(5.
Crackers and Cheese.
Cheese. Job, x, 10.
Carry these ten cheeses to the Captain.
1 Sam., XA'ii, IS.
I desire fruit that may abound. Phil.,
All manner of fruits, uoav and old. Cant.,
vii, 13. c
Last of all. Matth., xxi,37.
They made an end of eating finally.
They should make smoke. Rev., A'iii, 17.
And became lilc dust and ashes. Job,
The house Avas filled Avith smoke. Isa,
vi, d. Am. Paper.
The Twilight Glows
Mr. Joseph "Wharton of this city bolievcs
that he has confirmed by ocular demonstra
tion and experiment the truth of his theory
that the recent splendid twilight gloAVS re
sulted from volcanic dust, throAvn out by
the Javan eruptions. On Sunday morning
last, while the shoav Avas yet falling, Mr.
Wharton states he took a gallon of it from
the clean surface, a quarter of a mile or
more from the nearest lecAvard building,
and 100 yards to Avindward of his residence.
That shoav, melted under cover in the
porcelain vessel in Avlrich it Avas gathered,
shoAved at first no sediment, but after a
time, and aided by a gentle rotatory move
111011$, Avhich brought all to the deepest
point, a slight deposit appeared; by pour
ing off most of the Avater and evaporating
the remainder a little dry dust Avas ob
tained, Avhich, even to the naked eye,
showed, in the sunlight, tiny vitreous re
flections. The dust, Mr. Wharton says, shoAved,
under the microscope, the characteristics
of volcanic glass, partly in irregular, Hat
fragments and partly in filaments. Under
a knife edge the filaments broke easily and
cleanly. The irregular fragments Avere of
A'arious sizes and shapes, mostly transparent,
but, even Avhen examined by strong trans
smitted light, shoAving no trace of crystalline
structure. Philadelphia Record.
He forgot to pull his Moon in.
The literalness of children has to plead
for their Avant of reverence in such eases as
a boy named Tom, six years old, avIio noticed
one Avinter morning after sunrise the moon
in the Avestern sky. Having never before
seen both orbs at the same time, he Avas
deeply impressed and ran to his mother with :
"Oh, mamma, I've got an awful joke on
our Father avIio art in heaven 1"
""Why, Tom, what do you mean?" said
the mother, in a rebuking tone, greatly
"He forgot to pull his moon in," cried
Tom, his Aroico quaking with glee, Christian
C. BREWER & CO.
OfTor for Sale the Cargo of tho
LIST OF HGHA1I8B,
Light Impress Wagon,
, E Top Cairiagcs.
Com. Wood Chillis,
Fine Molaiic Shocks,
ice unests, jnos, :, ;j, mm f,
Lobsters, lib Ins; Bean?, nib Ins
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Axle Q lease,
Fairbanks Scale, Nos. 7,8,10 & i
Outilftignl Lining, 1-1 inch;
Comp. Nails ljfi, 1-1 1 Inch.
Manila Coidasje, Assorted:
Galvanized Fence Staples,
FARMERS BOILERS, 20 AND 25 GALLS,;
Sisal ltopc, As-oitcd,
Y. METAL SHEATHING
in, 18, 10, S22, 2-1 and 20 o?. ;
Hair Mattresses I
Giindstones, Ituhhci Hoe,
Hide Poison, U.ubcd
Wiic, Kcllw'd lion,
ANNEALED FENCE' WIRE,
Galvanized Soiows and Waheis.
A NEW INVOICE OF
PACE'S PRIVATE STOCK
has just i:i:s iu:ckivi:i
fl97 lm b
KX HTB A1UUVAI.S,
TZS lBuvrels, JTi'CNii
A.S. CLEG1IORN & CO.
Tin, Copner and Sheet Iron 'Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Manges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock ami metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
Chaiidcliers, Lamps, &c.
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 71.
rpilli Uiukulgucil Piopiletor of tho
PIONEER STEAM CAM FACTORY
desires to Inform his patrons and tho pub
lie gcneially that notwithstanding tho
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has elected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now In Fuu. Oriui.vrioK, and which
will ho hi complete winking order by an
Enily Arrival of new Maohliic-y and
Tools; and is now again p epaied to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on handbills deli.
clous Fiesh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great vailety sorr
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. All those Homo
Made Fresh and Pui e Confections, I tell
at f,0 cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on hand and ornamented in the
most artistic style.
always fresh, as alo
Home Made Mince Meat
for Mile at GO cents per pound.
AVill lcceive per Consuclo the balauco
oT my new niachlneiy of the newest de
signs foi manufacturing all dcsciiptions
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for pi e ions libeial patronage and so
licitmg a continuance of same.
Piactical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
'Hii; old stand. 71 Hotel street
P. O. l!o- No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 7-1
COM TO LUNGH
YOU C VK GET THE MIST IN TOWN l'llOM
see. jr. joilte:,
THE BEAVER SALOON,
WHERE YOU MEET EVERYBODY.
A Cup of Tea or Coffee!
A.L .A.11 Ilonrx,
and Tin; i'inest urands of
Figaio, Flor de Cuba,
Coney Island, etc., etc., etc
NOLTE. NOLTE. NOLTE
1). M. CHOWI.KY.
King Stieet, (Near Castle & Cooke's)
P. A. DIAS
Regs to inform the public gencially
that he has lcceived a choice lot of
Ladies' Underwear, Stockings, Muslins,
.Silks Satins, Kid Gloves, Worsted,
Ribboiis, Slippers &c, &c,
Stockings, Socks, Shoes, etc.,
and a line ascottmctit of
Genls and Boys Clothing'
Hats, Boots, Shoes, etc..
All of which will be SOLD CHEAPER
than any other store in town.
DAILY BDLLETJN JOB PRIOTJNG OWICE
RUN of Lading
Hind Rill itJi
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W Visiting Cauls
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OP r
Plain and Ornamental Printing,
Executed Avith neatness and rtispateh.
CROWLEY & CO.
78 King Street.
IMPORTED and HAWAIIAN
Elctrant Coverings and Trimmings.
"iiohtox" ami "ciiAM.i:sa:''
Not to be surpassed In
Durability, Comfort, and Prico.
Seveial PALOR SETS f l om !?50 upw ards
Any sized Houso furnished
On the installinoiit Plan
Ladies Needle woik mounted and up
holstered, ipitnllcd and envoi cd in best
Style AT LOWEST KATES.
Eemember : 78 King Street
WILLIAM J. BRYSON,
And Sheet lion Worker. Tanks
and Coolers mado to older. Particular
attention paid to Repair "Work. Orders
left al It. Mooio's Machine Shop, King
stieet, will be piomntly attended to.
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A PURE, WHOLESOME. RE
According to the liigjiostnnd bst inedi.
Manufactory, : : : No. 13 Liliha Stf
P. O. Kox, 379. Telephone, 284.
JGSy-All outers lcccivc prompt attention.
Yes, and we sell
.A.W Low as lle Lowest I
and don't anybody forget it.
Wc sell New Ecdford Rope, and any
retailer knows how it will hold oat in
We nlso have tho mot varied assort
kept by any house this side of the Rocky
Mountains, such as
Hemp and Manila Coulage, all siyes,
Aitcsinn Well Roiing Ropes,
Manila Hawsers, Wiie Rope,
Cotton and Hemp Duck nml Twine,
Galvanized Maiinc Ilaulwaie,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Pur6 Copper Sheathing, 14, 10 & 18 oz
Yellow Metal and Nails, M toi8 or.
Copper Paint (Tair & Wonsin's)
Whale Roats, Roat Stocks,
Gal. Roat Nails, all kinds and sizes,
And 1001 other things too numerous
to mention Also, agents for
Perry Wavis' 1'ain Killer,
Brand & Pierce's Bomb Guns and
Romb Lances, &c, Sec,
All of which, we will sell 'at tho
S'JO ly A. W. l'circc & Co.
Horso Shoeing a specially
A tlrst-class man being siiecially en jagtd
for that woi k.
Ship and Wagon woik faithful!)
Shop on tlio Esplanade, op. Hoppii's.SOl
California Redwood Oomp'y,
Olllces, lSIJ Guirgo Street, IMlnburgh.
California Redwood Co.,
100 California Stieet, . . San Francisco,
Eureka, Trinidad, Humboldt Co., Cal.
rpilIS Company isprepaied to contract
X 'for cargoes of Calllornla Redwood
to bo shipped diiect fiom their mills at
current market prices.
Tho Company w ill load ships, sent to
San Francisco or Humboldt Ray, or will
furnish caigoes, cost, freight and Iiibur
uuce. FALKNER BELL & CO., Agents.
074 8ra San Francisco,
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