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Ilair an Honr Before Sapper. sr zxrr nunc " So ibe'f bere, jonr snkoown Calcines, the lidy yoa met oo tbe tnlo, And ron railbelieve tbe would know jon If Jon . were to meet ber again ?" "Of cenrte," be replied, "be would know xne; there never w womanVlod jet ForpoUtbc effect (be Inspired for tbe exeniet, bot ' doet'nol forget," "Then jou told ber job loTef" itked the elder; . tbe jounRCT looked op wltb amllc 1 il bj her lde bilf to ionr wilt cite wu 1 doing tbe while ! " tVbat, tit bj tbe tide of a -womtn as fair m tbe an In the l;y. Ana luok somewbere elte let the dttile flub back from jour own to ber ere ? " No, I bold Uitt tbe tpcech of tbe tongue be e frank and at bold at tbe lock, And I held op ben elf to bertelf that waa more tbtn tbe got from ber book." "Teang blood!" Itogbed tbe elder; "oodonbtjon Sre Tolclng tbe mode of To-Day; Bat tbco we old fogiet, at least, gate tbe ltd; tome chance, for, dtUj, "Tuerc't my wife ron moat know) we first met on tbe journey from Florence to Rome; It-took me three weeks to dlacoTCT wbo waa the and bere.wat ber borne; :t,riiv A . A " Teree more to be duly presented; three more cro I saw bcracaln;' And year ere my romance fryan where yosrs end; td iUat dy on the train." O, that waa tbe style of tbe stazo-cotcb; we traTel te-day by express,; for! y miles to tbe bour," be answered, " won't id' nit ofa ptf slonltbtt't lest," - "Bat what if you make s. mistake?" quoth tbe el' dt-r. Tbe younjer balf sirhrd. The ZnnI Til Incest. ' What lujijwct whensbpialaarewrangorawltchca "Very well, I must bow to jour wisdom," the el' dcr retnrned, " but admit That yeurjchaiices of winning this woman - your boiancsi cat oeiicrea no wnit. "Wfcy.-yon do not, at best, know her carat And wbat If I try your Ideal With aometbinc, if not quite so fair, at least more '. in nylerand "real ?" . f" . W "..! V- v.- . . . t "Let me find yon a partner. Ny, come, I Insist jtsu shall follow this way. -Uj ttear, II1 you not add your grace to entreat Mr. KipMtotUy? "Iy wife, Mr. Rapid Eb, whit! why, bc't gone . -yet bcsaidib'e would come; llavr rude! I don't wonder, my dear, yon arc prop erly crimaoB and dumb !" A Hossux Ouo'si Srosr. In a certain village tlie story rung there was a girl who lated work but loved goBFip. So she never epun her self, but used to invite tbe otber girls to ber boost, where stejfensted tbetn-and tbey cpun for ber. During one or these spinning feasts a dis pute arose as to which of the party was tbe bold est. "Tra not afraid'of anything," said tbe lazy bones. Well, then," said the spinner. " if you're not afraid, go through tbe grave-yard into tbe church, take down tbe Holy Picture from the door, and bring it here." "Very good," said she ; " 111 bring it, only each oT you must Epin me a distaff-full." VTrfl, she went to the church, took down tbe picture, and brought it borne with ber. But then the picture had to be taken back again, and the midnight bour bad arrived. Wbo will take it? " Go on spinning, yon girls," said tbe lazy bones ; " III take it back myself. I'm cot afraid or anything V So she went back to the church and replaced the picture. Ae the passed through the grave yard on ber return, she saw a corpse in a white shroud sitting on a tomb. It was t moonlight night 2nd everything was risible. She went up te the corpse and pulled its shroud off. (Its bour for stirring hadn't arrived, perhaps.) Tben she went home, carrying the shroud with ber. After supper, when everybody bad gone to bed,- ail of a sudden the corpse tapped at tbe window, saying, " Give me my sliroudj Give me my shroud 1" The other girls were frightened out of their wits. But the lazy-bones took tbe ehrond, opened the window, and said : "There, take itr No," replied the corpse, " take it to tbo place you took it from." Tart then a cock crowed ; the corpse vanished. it night, at the same hour, after all the epinmrs bad gone to their own homes, tbe corpse cauic again, tapped ot.the-wiDdow, and cried : " Give me my shroud V Weil, the girl's father and mother opened the window and offered the corpse its shroud but it cried; Xol Let her carry it back to the place she took it from." Just then the cocks began to crow the corpse disappeared. Well next day they sent for the priest, and told him the whole story, and implor ed him to help them. The priest reflected awhile, then told tbe girl to come to mass next day. So in tbe rooming she went to mass. Tbe service began. Xu tubers of people came to it. But just as they were going to sing the " Chernbim Song." a terrible whirlwind arose. And It caught up tbe girl in tbe air and tben flung ber down on the ground. And straitway the girl disappeard from sight : nothing was over found of her ex cept ber back hair. Tlie Cornhitt. Ax ArrARino.v. The public of Vienna have ben much troubled by the story of an apparition "which has lately occupied tbe newspapers of tbe Austrian Capital. A Fenlry, posted by night in Iho lobbies of tbo Imperial Palace, observed to bis dismay a female figure, enveloped in tbe long folds or a capacious cloak, emerge from tbe cham bers of-the late Archduchess Maria. The alarmed soldier at once saved himself from intercourse with the ghost by flight, and told his story to bis superior officer. Without putting faith in his narrative, the Marshal of the Court established a watch, and caused tbe lobbies communicating with tbe room of tbe mother of tbe Emperor to be occupied by tbe Palace Guards. Next night the mysterious vision was again seen by several persons, but vanished almost instantly. Another ' eight the phantom showed itself to a Becond sen try, who fainted with terror. Some days later a j new sentry saw the spectre approach, but more bold than his companions, he maintained his sang froid, and aimed a blow at it with his ba yonet. The spectre thereupon took to flight, bnt, pawned by the soldier, fell mortally wounded by a bayonet thrust in the back. The guards and attendants hastened to tbe spot on bearing the xries of the wounded ghost, and found a beardless youth, who was recognized as a priest. The strangest part of the business is that the Court hat dene its utmost to bush the matter np ; and tbe soldier whose, bayonet led to a discovery of the mystery has been relieved from his sentry duties, and sent, as was said, to join a distant garrison. The TagUatt,, however, says he has Ix-en put in a prison, and is now in solitary con finement. Tbe clerical papers deny that tbo gboitwasa priesWt, on the other hand, it Is alleged that be was one of the young chaplains attached to the Palace, and a tool of tbe Jesuits- From the Stoctlita UtreJd. Xot far eastward of the sources of the Little Colorado, on the great trail from Fort Mohave, on the- Colorado, to Albuquerque, on'tte Rid Grande, and over a day's journey from the north ern extremity of tbe Great Diamond Ttange now attracting attention, there are rains of Aztec settlements, and three villages inhabited by Tn dians. They ore called Zuni villages. Each contains probably two thousand people. An in telligent officer who has been among tle'rai thus describes them: They are a race differing essentially from the Indian tribes around tbem. The Narajox are their neighbors on the Northwest, the Apaches on the cootn. j neir pnyiuognoiny ana ineir stately bearing, as well as their pride of dress. show them to belonc to a race of Indians far superior to the surrounding tribes. The Zuni women are comely. They are remarkable for the' modest fullness of their dress. They wear Airts of black woolen doth, and a scarf gracefully folded over the breast. These goods are of their own 'make. Their hair, Deatly braided, forms a head dress. Their houses are clean, and their cooking is not to be despised. Tbe Zooi Indians are more than semi-civilized. They are essentially a pastoral people. They till the ground. They have fields of corn, wheat, and vegetables. They bave flocks of cheep and goats, They raise horses, horned cattlo and usaes. They corral their stock at night in high stone ioclosures. They nse ell their animals for food, bat a fatted ass is their favorite dish. They keep fowls. They spin their own wool and weave it. They bave a grand frolic at threshing time. The grain in sheaf. is, taken to a broad, flat, rocky place, and thirty or forty horsemen canter and caper about ou this threshing floor till tbe grain is well sep arated. It is tben winnowed by raking the straw and tossing the chaff in the wind. After this, they close tbe day with a general horse-race, after tbe fashion of our Agricultural Fairs. As our diamond hunters are about to people the neighboring country, it is interesting to know that these Zuni Indians are friendly to white men, and that, supplies can be had there. 11) e Valley of tbe Bio Grande is also well settled with Mexican farmers -and herdsmen. These and the Zunis will mako common cause with the miners against the plundering Apaches. Tbe Zuni Indians never make wars of aggres sion. I hey stand on the defensive. Uul uuuiue Indians fear them becauie of their superior or ganization and means ot defense. therefore, their quietude is seldom disturbed. Their well-watered soil is a dark, gravelly loam. They have at alt times excellent pasture ; to the nse of which travelers entering tbe diamond region by way of Santa Fe and Albuquerque, are made welcome on payment of n moderate charge. The boused of these Zuni villages are well built of stone, three stories high ; each ascending story recedes, so as to make a terrace in front. '"""These Zuni Indians are truly devout. Their interior temples and altars, their priesthood and ceremonials bear relationship not remote from ours. Traces of missionary influence are evident, but the leading faith of tbe Aztec ' religion has not been changed. It is an error to say they worship the sun. They worship the Great Sprrit who resides in that fitting centre of light and life and purity, to which aro visibly traceable all earthly blessings, and beyond which even imagina tion finds no tracings. To this earth and its brother worlds, the Great Spirit is an All-seeing Eye, omniscient and omni present; and though our sight penetrates the Universe mid Brans ton3 nf millinna nf cfnr.cnnu . , ., , . . , , I tore off some of tbe clapboards over my window, not one nor all of these suns combined stands to I . n ... oK, ,ii . i,,ri us in so intimate and so ali-creative and omnipo- J aI(10); on the lop of tuc wludow fratnc orer mj En Pkrkixs on- Snts. Eli Perkins bas been preaching to the Saratogans through tbe New York. Commercial, thusly : Style -is -sort of-cramping of' nature.-- -A horse's neckis.(naturajly beautifal, bnt check him up and you make style. A womsn is beautiful, Tint the French milliner girts her up, in fact, checks hec np as the jockey checkB np his' horsey and she' .becomes stylish. Cheers by the jock eys. Why" bang" a horse's tail? Why "bang' a girl's hair in front? by cramp your feet! 0 1 to'get style'. We run angles and paratlelo grams into our carriage-boxes, into our jewelry, into figures on calico and wall paper. i e can make more"besutifnl figures for our porcelain and jewelry, bnt we finally go back to Pompeii for style. What do men like 7 Voice To gamble and frei rfrwnitl j-- j , i. "Jf omy.- bearers, men admire style, but .tbej. fall in love with beauty. A beautifal arm, or a sweet mouth filled with pearls, will catch a man's heart quicker than all the cold style in the world. Voice bear, bear. No man ever feU'in love' with false hair or a panier, even if it were twenty feet bich and made -out of six hundred, news papers. The girl's original back was good enough for Phidias and Canova. A panier would not improve the Venus de Milo or tbe Florentine Venus de Medici. So much hair disgusts a neat man. It is not sweet, sweetness and neatness about a woman catch a man qnicker than any thing else. Cheers by the fellows. Why bear down the head like Atlas with- a ponderous giobe ? :The fellows discount nil this hombug- gery. Voice " You bet !" They get through the paniera, false hair, and gewgaws, and fall in lore with the girl herself, or they don't fall in love at all. Voice" Just so." Lost night a lady came along with a low neck and short sleeves. I noticed she crowded the upper part of her arms tightly against her waist. This'of course made her shoulders shrug up. " What does she do that for V I a.-ked. "Why don't she let her arms hang naturally ?'' ' 0 1 she crowds her arms against berwtistito flatten them out and make them look larger," replied a lady friend. " She is shoddy." Wbat is the result T I Voice" "N orth Caro lina is for Grant 1' Why, the whole female sex are losing their. breast bones. The young Indies are stooping for ward and shrugging their shoulders ahead, making the back bumped, and doubling up the breast bone' till tbcre isn't a place behind it large enough for good lungs or a healthy heart. Young ladies, why don't you stand proudly erect like Diana, and let your arms hang as if posed by Canova, and noi as if bound together behind by a police man ! Sobs in aU parts of the room. Tnn Sensation or deino stiicck nr LionTsiNC. On Tuesday week the bouse of Mr. John G; Whlt- ticr, at Amesbury, Mtss., wis struck by lli;htnfuir, and all the Inmates lor a time severely affected by the shock. Mr. Whlttlcr, wbo was etendinc at the time,fWas prostrated, but soon recovered, and two ladies In another room were severely stunned, vtc are permitted to copy an account'ot the affair from a private letter written by Miss Lizzie II. Whlttlcr, niece of the poet, to a friend in this city.: Ton will remember the little room on tbe left of the front door; this is my &ewiw;.rooni, and In a shower I bave alwayj tboucbt it the safest room n tbe boose. There is no chimney In It, and no chance for a draught. Tuesday afternoon I was sit ting, as I usually do, by the window nearest the front door. A cousin from -New York sat at the other window, aud we were both sewing. Uuclo bad just left us, after warning ns against sitting so close to the windows, and had just reached the threshold of the "Garden-room," (or, as the papers have it, tbe study.) hen the honsc was struck. It A. W. PEIRCJE & CO Offer for Sale t 4 ' I SilIP (JIIANDLERY Now WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK GROCERIES, Flour cs Bread Lime and Cement, California Hay AND- - By Steaacr from-San Francisco, Potatoes, Onions, &c. Agonta for Brand's Bomb Lances, Perry Davis' Painkiller, Prmloa Salt Works 1 ly The Fine Norwegian SHIP "ATLAS," FROM LIVERPOOL. WITH A Finely Assorted Cargo Which ii Now Offered for Sale. tent relationship as the Sun which is Father to us alone, and our system knows none other, nor needs to look beyond. AVe have dogmas less sensible than this rerelatioa of reason to these primitive worshippers of tbe Most High. This visible presence promotes devotion un known to prayer-book worship. Nothing is more touching than the prostrate reverence they pay to the Great Spirit at rise an set of Sun. There is n living earnestness in it, to ns utterly unknown and inconceivable. tThey claim descent from tbe subjects of Mon tezuma. It will be remembered that the court and the temples of the city of Mexico were found by Corlez, rich in gold and precious stones. The sources of the gold are known, but where they got the precious stones has been a mystery. It seems probable that the ancestors of the present Zuni Indians were .employed by the Government in gathering the jewels which were so profuse in Mexico, and on the downfall of Montezuma, some remained. There is such a tradition among them. In the history of Cortez's conquest, we are told that there was a prophecy in their sacred records that pale faces would invade and conquer them. The Zunis have a tradition resembling it. They quote, U with some variation, viz. : that a oale-fuced man, with a white, flowing beard, would come from the East, and restore them to a kingdom of refinement and happiness. Tho tradition inti mates that the pale faces will come, not to tuke their lands, out to gather stones and minerals ; and that tho Great Spirit will lead them, by this attraction, that they may come and learn to know the true Deity, aud where is tho new Home in tho brightness of which they ore to dwell with Ilira, after their pilgrimage on earth. They are not very communicative about precious stones ; but they intimate that tho country of rubies and garnets is not far off; that of diamonds is further. But the range is very extensive, and runs into Chiahuha. TtiE Eartaiiqcake at Antioch. A. letter from Beyrout gives some statistics of the earth quake at Antioch in April last. Before tbo shock there were 3,003 dwelling houses in tbe city. Of these 1,960 were ruined, and 894 so damaged as to be uninhabitable, leaving only 149 in good condition. There were, besides. 1,331 other buildings shops, cafes, mosques, factories, AX. Ut these there are Ielt but 349 shops, 1 mosque, and 1 poap factory, so thut of 4,334. buildings of all kinds only 500 are left. The population was about 1 7.G0O, or whom 500 were killed and an equal number wounded. In Luedia tbore were 2,150 houses ruined, and more than 300 persons were killed and wounded.- The amount contributed towards rebuilding the city is only about $4,500, which will not go very far ; but tho Government has, nntil the present time, refused to allow the people to build at all. Tbe inter is looked forward to with great anxiety. This Antioch calamity seems to be one of the most favorable opportunities for charity. What form aid should take we are not prepared to ad vise, but we should hope that if anything was done, America would do more than Kurope has done in furnishing the pitilul sum of 900 sterling to aid a houseless population of 17,000. A sad story Is told apropai of tbe death of Mdlle. Charton. She made ber d&ut on tbe Parlt boards when only twenty years of age a fine looking girl, with a fine rolce and dramatic talent In an alter cation with ber lover, occasioned by bis Jeatonrr, he threw bottle of aquafortis In ber rce, wbicb so disfigured It that the never again a pes red in public Jnst before htr death, Mdlle. Charton received the sum of 100 francs Xrom the Government to relieve bcrBcccetltict. The sew Patterns of Prints are especially good. The Invoices include a FULL VARIETY of Cottons, Woollens, Linens, - Saddlery, &c, &c. . , . . ALSO. . . . FINE ALE, WHISKEY, WINES ! Bar and Hoop Iron, Fencing Wire, Liverpool Salt, &c. Three Superior London made Upright PIANO FORTES I Welsh Steam Coals, &c, &c. On Hand, EX ROBERT COWAN.-VICTORIA BRICK, BARRELS NEW RED SALMON. 18-tf . TI1EO. II. DAVIES. NOTICE ! QENUINE TRENCII gCREWED nENUINE JtRENCII gCREWED head; tben down the curtain, tearing or burning the gilt and throwing the whole at my feet. Then a lookinc-glass between tbe windows was broken into bits and scattered all about. All that I realized then was a terrible light and beat, as I fancy a pistol shot glancing by rny lace would seem, and a feeling that something had struck me. Jly cousin felt the same, only for an Instant she conld not see me. None of us could hear plainly for at least an bonr. My first thought was, "Where Is Uncle J" I mtt bim in the dining-room, coining to sec what bad happened tn us. lie said, "The bouse has been struck," and this suggesting fire, I went all through tbe house, thongh I have not the slightest Idea wbat would bave been my first step, If I bad found It. We can not account lor Uncle's shock, unless it was owing to bis open stove, or to an open window in bis room, though from the smoke and smell of sulphur all around, I do not suppose anyone could hare been In the lower part ol tbe bouse without baring felt some shock. Uncle says if electricity is good for rheumatism, he should pre fer to take It in smaller doses. We have all got over It now, and arc thankful that it Is no worse. for It Is easy to see how bad It micht have been. Disraeli's Wife. A London letter to the New York -Vail says: "It Is a ccnnlne sUjn bt Mr. Dis- Q.ENUINE raeirs popularity mat me wnoie town was piaa 10 j T?RENCII reau tue coiuraoiciion m unay neaconsnem SHiann- i I Ing illness. But If her Ladyship has not been ex actly 111, she has nevertheless sustained a severe shock. Very recently, when on a visit to a friend, she felt a weakness In her arm, and on examining the sensitive part it was found that a rein bad buret and that sunie loss of blood had already ensued. This was all; but tbe Incident was of n nature to justify apprehension, and lo account for sinister ru mors which speedily gut into circulation, especially when It it remembered that ber Ladyship is upn ard of SO years of ase, and therefore fifteen or sixteen years older than her husband. Mr. Disraeli's con- jusal devotion is so well known that little need be said on that subject. A lady once congratulated bim upon bis great atTectlon for his wife. His an swer was as true as It was delicately expressed! ' I auht to be fond of her, fur I owe everything to her. Under any circumstances he is a man who would have made his mark both as a politician and as an author, but without bis wile's fortune be might still bave been struggling for a place In the sreoud official rank of tbe Conservative party. If all that bis detractors say of bim be true, he jet has personal qualities whlcb render bim far more at tractive than many men of more saintly renown. 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Cheek Cutters and CaaceX-n Croquet Sets. Seheo) Satchels " Inkstands, in great variety Fen Wiper and IWks. Itulers, States isd Ptaefls. All kinds f tin gmds Bltck Walnut Book Back Children's Sets Tenpin. Children's Draw fog Card Copying Presses. Oil Sheet ana Braike Crayon, while amaaUreii Dck Folios. Pvls and Weight I vary Dies, Drawinr Ktoks. Drafts astfi Notes 210.000 EnveUpe af alf sliee and variety Eyelet and Eyelet Machines llerharinm and Scrap Boeks Initial Paper and Bnvelepee LKATIIEH GOODS. A largo and mere complete a'setlment tsVin eta be found at any ether r ttabmOtnt!. sesek svs Memorandum Bmr. Patac Stamp AHaasaa Peeket Boeks, Wallet and PortrMMles DL.tSK BOOKS. A very full ami extensive aswttetetit f tvrerfer quality. cmrltnsr erery jarfety M hoi J styf. adapted t all klswa r lwne. tjemelew Xedgrrs, Jnnrnal. Day Bkr. Cah Raeks. !afrt Boeks. Waste BMtb 14ee- Itsjsfca Xet Becks. Note and Bill Bk Letter Ms, ef. ee. Writing Books, of all tb various rafters. Hat and bread, quart form Quarto Account Beeks Blank Drawinr Scrap and Herbarfem Beks Albnms. variety f elegant itrfef Fine Record Books, for Seeietfes. Crabs, eta. Workmen's Time Beekt 3m Steam the Great Disinfectant. F yoiiiwnnt your Clothing neatly Ironed . and Polished, send them to the Honolulu Steam Laundry. If yon want Tour Dresses neatly Pleated, Fluted and Crimped, send tbem to the Honolulu Steam Laundry. If yoa do not want your Clothes POUNDED to Pieces on rock or stones, send tbem to the Honolulu Steam Laundry. If yon want to keep your Clothing freo from all Contagious Diseases, Send tbem to the Honolulu Steam Laundry. 3?rlcca to JSixlt tlio Times AT THE Honolulu Steam Laundry. 25 .im M. NICHOLAS, Manager. JJOOTS JJOOTS s CHEWED "ROOTS A splendid assortment of the above celebrated FRENCH CALF SCREWED BOOTS jnst received; also, a few more left Of FRENCH CALF GAITERS, which will bs sold at the Lowest Possible Price. S. CRINBAUM & ! Ma 46 CO. 3m THE ' EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE XJni ted States! HAS DONE MOKE BUSINESS daring the past year than any otber Life Insurance Company in the United Mates. Had an income in 1S70 of. . . .$7,500,000 JUST RECEIVED EX HAWAIIAN BABE "KA MOI." A Large and Pine Assortment of Havana & German Cigars I TurUich, Porto Itico and KanttKtn Smoking: Tobacco, AND A Sm.-ill I.nt nf Vrrv Pini f i:irittie ! ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND, T XX 33 VEn. Y BEST or CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO! .llcci-nlitlillll Pipex, 'I;;nr Holders), Ac 3T For Sale at the Oldest Cigar and Tobacco Store tn llonolum, corner ot (jueen anil Ptuuimu Mreets, i!-3m 1I.I.N0LTE. N. B All New Articles of FANCY STATIONERY received by the earliest arrivals from London and New York. ACCOUNT HOOKS, for Bankn, Insurance Companies, Railroad Corapaiwea, et, made to order with despatch. Printing of Bill Heads, Circulars, Cards, &c., Executed with Despiteh at the Lowrst Rates. IVe"w Stock Received by DErvexy Steamer. a? Country Mmlianl and Dealers teUlJlnd it for their inter at to caff sW Honolulu, Noremfaer 1st, 1S71. sW. 4-3a 6 i THE COLUMN!" Established 1851. Established 1851. THE NON-EXPLOSIVE KEROSENE LAMPS. PERKINS & HCTJSV3 PATENT. Geokge Catlin, the groat Indian traveler, de scribes some place where he fonnd families ef Its Assets amount to $15,000)000 Albino Indians, whose nhite hair touched the ground. In the principal Zuni village, that toward the Easi. there are many inch families. These Albinos live among the otber Indians, bat, while thej are treated kindlv, thty ore not held to be e'qnals. Their swarthy companions never inter marry with them, nor do they appear to associate in outdoor work. Their occupation appears to be indoo. Their pink eyes are too weak to stand exposure. Their feat a res and the texture of their hair is like tbe others, bat their hair is milk- white. GcRMix Libgealitt. The German mannfictar- era do ttilncs. bandeomcly wben tbey aet about It. Herr Cramer Elett of Nuremberg celebrated bis quarter ccntcnulat bv a jubilee. He nreaented Lis "5000 operatives with 6000 florins to go to the Vienna exposition, 31,000 for building workmen's house. 25,000 for tingle persons to build bouses, 30,000 nonna wortn or building lota and 150,000 for build ing tenement bouses, 20,000 florins as capital and ,500 annual additional for establishing a manufac- tnrlng scbool, and 50,000 to pay for tbe tuition of working men's children for tbe next ten years. As though tbls were not enough to remember the lubl-1 lee, lie gave each operative a twenty-mark gold piece, acd ttey wect tome rejoicing. INSURES ON THE ALL CASH PRINCIPLE THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS! S! Premiums parable Quarterly, Seml-Annually or Annually. It is tbe only Company baring a resident Director on these Islands, Hit Excellency S. II. PniLLirs, the Attorney Oeneral having been for many years a Director of tbe Company. SS' No Life Insurance Company docs holiness more liberally than this, and nose is more reliable in its dealings with tbe insured. ror full particulars apply to H Arent for tbe Hawaiian Islands. THE UNDERSIGNED, from find after this date, will issue Bills of Exchange and Let ters of Credit on SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK, LONDON, HAMBURG and BREMEN, in sums to rait at lowest rates. Best Commercial Paper discounted, and Ifoniea ait. Tanee-1 on Mortgages on the most favorable terms. Cash advances made on eoasiirnmeats ol Island produce at tbe rate of 9 cent, interest per annum. It. ilACKjrELD 4 CO. Honolulu, Not. 4, 1871. -tt-tf We rlalm tor tliW Lamp, na followas 1. Absolute Safety under all circumstances, both from breaking and explosion 2. It cives twice as much lisrht from same shed wick. 3. It uses 33 per cent less oil for an equal amount of ngnt. i. It gives no odor in burning, turned never so low. 5. The steadiness nf the flame is wonderful. 6. It is Ornamental and Durable lasts a lifetime. 7. It is a successful riralof Oik at a triflinir exi.en.e. 8. It burns any kind of Coal Oi good tir bad. mere is now need of no more Mhockine Deaths and Terrible Fires from Coal Oil LamDt eiblodinir or breaking. 'Jo suuln these strong claims, we refer to tbe Lamp itself, and to critical tests by tbe most eminent Scientific Men. All orders will be attended to by Mr. Ed. Everett. J. II. COXKV, Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. Specimen Lamp mny be teen at JJarttne'e. 2-1-3m TO LET! TEC3S STORE Under tho Odd Follows' Hall, At present occupied by Dillingham t Co. as a Hard ware Store. It is Completely fitted with Shelving, etc For further particulars apply to C. A. CASTLE, or 27 W. C. PARKE. For Sale or Lease. A FURNISHED COTTAGE In good repair, with outhouses, and 8 acres of land. suitable (or a small family. Inquire of A. F. Judd, Esq., or of tbe undersigned, near the premises. Terms reasonable. A. uisnop. Nunann, July 12, 1872. 37 Hay! Hay! Hay. THE Undersigned are Receiving pressed Bales of Xir1m.o I"""-" " 1 n ECay. From Laie, which tbey will sell in quantities to soil. 35 3mo WALKER i ALLEN. LIME ! LIME ! BEST SANTA CROZ LIME, FRESH FROM THE Kilns, received this day per bark Queen Emma. For sale by BOLLES A CO. Ml mm wmsmsi. IMPORTER. OF Dry Goods of all Kinds. Clothing, Groceries, Earthenware, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, SADDLERY, GLASSWARE, Leatlier Cooc3js, Portland Cement, Rope, Oils, Paints, Color &c. Sec, WITH Ai ENDLESS VARIETY OF i0TI0i, English, Yankee, French and German. Some of the Present Stock will be Sold for Less Prices than it is Possfo'e to Import New Goods! Invoices are IV ow to Hand or CHOICE SELECTIONS FOB NO. TEN! CONSISTING IN PART OF BEST FRENCH KID GLOVES. LACES OF ALL KISDSI BRIDAL AND BABY GOODS, As well as a Large Variety of Desirable Ssadries! Which will Advertiie themselvei when sees oa a Handsmae Pom. To prevent a rush these lively Time., it will not dc to , independent of making the Trade u wiie as ourselves. L a9a. 3D I 353 3 Prospect for Yourselves, do not Purchase unless you get a Bamk Tho central Idea of conducting my Business Is A Nimble Ninepence before a Slow Shilling.- JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE. Ni B. Liberal Terms to Country Storekeepers.