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OCTOBER 7, .Mi
fimiili lr Dcftle
Dramming on the pn
Looking Hi dm thlcVon.,
Iri?nll with lh rsln.
Wrlnklen lit brow,
HJ, " 1 wonder
1 ddnt if o h&w.
" Wliere do chicken rem from?
Minima, ptcato to tell.
Vr-e, I knew they aome from f bh,
Know that rery well.
"'Ootirie Iho old lien luteliM 'em,
I know tint, Imt then
VVWt jron tell nw tntly,
W licro'rt they gel the lien f
" Spws'n you wro my ',
All Die one I liv.l,
And Wr folk wouUn t ttl you thins,
fihouMn't you rM I J?
"Ererjr tingle thing yon njr
I knewyear sift.
W here that nrt lien em from
is what I valittoknow."
Mabel Mooro, you don't
"Yes, 1 do, though, I heard my
mamma telling Aunt Mary till about it
when T was behind the sitting-room
door. Oh, my I but didn't I listen,
though I And I heard ocry blessed
word thoy said,"
"Hut jou shouldn't ought to have
l)ccn a listcnin'," piped in n shrill littlo
oicc, as a 0-j ear-old midget lafscd
herself on tip-too to bring her head on
Tango with tho others. "My mamma
says it's dreadful tin un "
" Oh, pshaw 1 " cried Mabel, with n
disdainful shrug of her dainty should
ers. " They shouldn't hnvo romo light
into tho sitting-room to talk it oei
when I was behind tho door. 'Couiso
1 didn't want to step right out and in
terrupt them after thoj'd begun."
"lint how did you como to bo 'hind
of tho door?" questioned tho shrill lit
tlo -oice, and tho child, whoso con
acionco would not allow her to permit
ho subject to drop without n satisfacto
ry explanation, crowded herself forward
until sho Btood directly in front of Ma
" What a pro, oking littlo thing jou
are," fraid Mabel, looking contemptu
ously down ou tho child, with nil tho
superiority and injured dignity her 7J
years could command. " Uut I suppose
I'll havo to tell jou just to keep jou
still. I was ploying with Bob, and was
hiding from him whou mamma and
Aunt Mary camo in."
" Oh I" camo from tho littlo ono's lips
iu n rclioed tone, as sho drow bick a
step or two.
" Now, Mabol, do tell us all about it
quick 'foro tho bell rings. It'll ring in
less'n a minute, I kuow it will, iui' I'm
most dead to know when it's to bo, and
-who's invited." Pink Perkins pushed her
big Buu-hatback from a round, rosyfaco,
that nccr looked lounderor rosier iu
"Well, it's just this," said Mabel,
drawing back n littlo aud viewing her
nudionco' triumphnntlj-. "My Undo
Paul brought mo n elegant now French
-doll whou ho camo from tho city tho
other day, aud of eourso sho wants to
get acquainted with other dolls."
" Of course sho does," chimed iu so
end cagor, excited voices.
" Well, my mamma told Aunt Mary
that alio b'lieved she'd let mo un ito so -en
or eight dollies and their mammas to
upend tho afternoon noxt Saturdaj-,
'causo there ain't any Bchool thon. I
don't wout Elizabeth Victoria to 'sociato
with any but tho ory best, and so"
"Oh, Pogot n beautifuller doll of
auj- ono," interrupted tho littlo inidgot,
who had onco moio crowded horaelf iu
rout of Mabel.
" I don't boliovo you ovor had a doll,
Pol Williams," said Mabel, iudiguautly;
"at any rate, jou 'spicioued me, you
know you did."
rt0h, but I don't now," said Pet, in
nocently; "I don't b'limo jou'd ovor
listen to anythiug jou oughtn't to."
"Well, thou, I'll bio about it," said
Mabel, coudesoendinglj-, feeling thnt
.Pot had mode duo amends,
"Is jour mamma going to lot jou put
on jour tlno dress, nud go round and in
vito us, like Jeuuy Peters did last
spring ?" questiouod ft littlo black-ojed
girl named Trix: '"causo my mamma
wouldn't let mo go 'thout you did."
mldn't let mo go 'thout you did."
"o I shall como nrouud and invito
ihoso who aro to como,
Mabel waited impatiently foi two
three dars : but neither mamma
Aimt Mary Bnitluvvora to ltor about ho
loU' parly. At latt, foaring that tho
luauimau of her littlu friemls would not
havo timo to -do m" thoir lt iIwhmh,
if .ho nltod longer, bl, tlctenalutsl to
invito lior oomnnuy, and not wait for
jiiiinima to fcponlc about it.
Maniraa uud Aiuit Mary vvoro iu ll,
day hat. Qoiug softly down the back
way, sho was soon passing from houso to
house. In fact, her hcait seemed to
grovv larger nnd largxr as she hasleiicil
Mm. Mooro anvl Auni. aiary p.issmi
the days iu blissful Ignorance of tho
eociiug event, though thoy. did notice
that Mabel ww strangely absent mind-
.,., mid ery Impatient to get hli&i -
U'tU'a now dross Auished, wldch Aunt
Mary completetl Friday aftoruoon. After
talking the subject oer together, Mm.
Moore and lier aUter had decided to do-
Ut the rty uutil latt wheu they ex-
iMMrWd one of Mabel's little cousins
, down fern Uwv city.
II wi by uimo accident Saturday
&Wl? g - yytJSt? ' "
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nun .uuuoi aain. mm " . - ,. .,,., ..,. l1n ,.r ,,,,,,. mi 1M. lien H was liroiioocil IU piaeo iu mu And not drop to drliil
intssctl sosi.oweiiMiirec i wm-ruu low decomposition taVeaphieo, constitution ol Uib btato n clause ro- Kcorly a hnndrcd jeam
room and put on lior best dress ami bun- , . w,lll 1i1111i..,1 i,ii, nuiriiiK couutv Wirds to encourage the .la,.i , n,..,t irm.,
im, u a suuii u..... U..-B ...." wuUeh8 mbject to ehaUBO, whily tho ma iuuh ami injure wioiunoui imiiib. 1Kjrtunlty of makillg tho exiKirimeut, LOUneeS and Bed Lounces
go to a doll's party, and by tho timo sho aQyf vrocct& ,iaa ,ho whll,ltoBO 0, being Thero has since then a more intelligent wiu, great di,Uculty he bu-eeeded in -.- '$
iwehed home, just in timo to change mMy nl,pljCl,i,j0 to tho largeft plates, seutimant grovv u up in favor of treo- j.ergmnluig part ot the men to follow hU
her dross for tea, she had invited nearly njltcll by the old metho.1 could bo treat. pl'"'UB. I mo parts of tho' West t.xaml,ie, and thoy all sunived; whilo j ',,''
idl tlio little girls iu the Village. tHl only with great ibllleullv, if nt all. there havo been exemptions from taxes the four who refused, and drank salt wa. ud.ir
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nlnrgouiimW little girl. -'oro com-
lnB to icil tho afternoon will. Mabel,
nml, adhere wo.iM.iot ntnr ho I mo for
tho usual Knick-knacks, thoy decided
tint ico-crenm and enko could bo gotten
quicker and tasier than auytliing else,
"Thcso littlu ones are not to blamo
or Mabels fault sal. M"
hcrsistcr. Ao ill make the afternmm
m i.lonau Im ifcw-iblo for them and
Mabel must be punished in some other
wtiy nf termini."
Haturdny nflornoon came, and all tho
Ittlo girls h Heir doll, (some bring.
nKUo or three) wero noon enjoying
themsehes undpr the trees iu tho picas-
jnnl, where Mabels btotherl obort,
Hob , ns .ho gonontlly called him,
1 built a nice play-houso for his bis-
play-houso for Ins bis-
l-ernaps ot an uio uitio gins gntiierc.1
theroMabe was tie only one who was
not perfectly happy. Tho thought ot
tloyong she hnddono was oer present
ithl.er,nmlsho wondered hat mamma
would do about it.
Tlio dolls wcro all carried out to tho
play-houso to form tho acquaintance of
tho pretty lady fiom Paris.
"You shan't bring j-our old robber
doll," exclaimed Mabol angrily, as Po
camo bringing a large rubber doll, .mum
a nose, wliicu sho was Kissing and carcss
lug niOHt lovinglj-.
"Why not?" asked Pet indignantly,
"tlho is tho dearest and best doll that
ov'cr was horned. Mj hiammu used to
play with her when sho wasa littlo girl.''
" I don't caro if sho did ; mj Eii?a-
bcth Victoria isn't going to 'nocialo with
nii;,i lull lumii. .jiu ail IIIU Willi
enough; but ft doll without u nose
that's too much."
Poor little Pet hid her doll's fnco on
her shoulder and began to cry.
"Don't cry, Pet," Raid Tiix, soothing
lj". "Your dolly is nice, and I know
that you lovo her as well as if she had a
Just at that moment thochildrou wcm
called into tho dining-room, where tho
loug tablo with its littlo dishes of tee
ciearn looked tempting enough to nnko
even Pet forget her grievances. Tho
dolls had been lmstilj tlropcd at tliu
flrnt sound of Bob's voice culling them.
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tablo out tinner tho tiees, Ijut tlicro
were indications of a storm, and so she
had hurried tho childron'B supper,
hoping that thoy might reach homo bo
foro it enme. Suddenly, while they
wero nil Boated at tho table, tho sky be
came a dull gray, and an awful stillness
pervaded the atmosphere, iu spito of
tho children's -voices which soon wero
hushed, or if lieaid at all had ft sound of
terror iu them.
"Tltero's going to bo ft dreadful storm
of somo kind," sa'id Mrs. Moore, as sho
hurried tho children into tho sitting
room, where thoj- stood httddlod togeth
er with wlulo, frightened faces.
" Oh, mj- niiziboth Victoria," cried
Mabel, starting for tho door; but her
mothci motioned lior back, nud her ag
onized crj- was echoed by a score of lit
tle mothers whoso children wcro exposed
to tho fury of tho storm.
It was n fieri. 0 storm, nnd tho wind
m tdo sad havoo w ith loose boards, teas
ing them about in n reckless manner ;
but it was soon ovor, aud tho sun looked
back brightly before going to .est. The
moment tho fury of tho storm was past
Bob was sent for the dolls.
" I had a dreadful timo getting 'cm,"
oxchumed Bob, ns ho laid them out on
tho tablo. "Tho play-house was' flatter'n
a pancako an' tllw 0110 was smashed
IIo held up tho beautiful, elegant
Elizabeth Victoria as ho bpoke. Alus,
her beauty was gono foiover.
"This," said lie, lifting tho poor, do
spised rubber doll, which seemed none
tho worse for its adventure, "was nil
right. It bounded back into shapo as
quick ns I lifted off tho board."
"Oh, jou dear, blessed darling,"
cried Pot, in jojous rapture.
Poor littlo Mabel, sobbing over tho
ruins of her pretty doll, was punished,
and Mrs. Mooro had not tho heart to
add to that punishment. The Interior.
LooVim-jrluKses used to bo mado by
coverinp: " otato with an amalgam of
tin nnd nrr; but this has been su
perseded bj- Jopooiting a eontof leal b!1
ver upon tho glats, thrown down iu a
smooth film by mldlng oil of cloves or
o.ganio substances to ftBolution of
nwmonlJ.nltnito , ur wWncd upon
tho plato by a raised rim ot wax. Tho
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j iroccMof,)m ;illlR tho MWjiWV
or worcurirtl COftlh)g to ,ho ciwv
mid dtiroblo Aim Una at last been necom-
rffahcil b cheailcal waction. After tho
uor j.lrTtuiK is corup'.oto tho Aim is
iiunicaintciy nuiItpMnftler illi tho .iler
flJ Tho reaum8 8uilUo bo thorough,
, tu,lM.lOTy UlQ nmaigftw 0f b,iu.r
bi . M umlMi Umt 0, Uu
.1 tt !- i.. I .. v... -J-" - ---.. rf .. .. , - -
olwl to inml ou hfch groves and for-
iMNM( pll im0 Iku nitoiu.
fonnetl lhoro ttro m, C0W4 uu 'ull
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Uiut wltfkea lHOCinct being all ot tho
M Ju BUSWCr to your otiK,r
Uio hQMi there uro uot mutilevl.
WboU')0umake jour proposal Uit to
q)t)jaln you ni)cd feoi llo aurw WJJij0
jbig tmt street, as jou can jiom
,,,,,,,,-t. it lU. u.rfejt aafetv if tuu
Uoldjour akirU up out of tho tobacco
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xr.MiVArr.n n risen axii noitniuii.
Jj( m mMo m , tt,,cr Work
mnVlirket8 ,t , lnith,nl y Umnrkcd
Umt , ther profession but on-
jojs immunity from observation ns to its thero nro now to ho Been nt proper ills
modes. Tito preacher writes iu the tnncos nud localities ami in sulllcicnt
priacy of his nttidv, and can concoct
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wouU ),0 tho ruin of tin editor and tho
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rest for tho weary.
. av ..ah.u J iu . iui UIU IllitUJt
H;ftco ,, no m0g mulMMmU lc0
)h t by jou.mdism. The
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evening and tho morning tiro uot merely
tho llwt ttay but all thosoven. Xight
is annihilated as to nil its quantities of
Kvery minuto of every hour of tho
(u iintv.fmi. tu f.nrt.n.tn.1 I... .m ...!..
M mma ork tmt iuM fa
nowHpipcrsof tho day and nrtonioon.
Hepotitiou is as impossible as rest.
Pacts aro over now. Comments must
bo us fresh ns facts, anil tho edition is
tho luiioiHcltss gitnt that cats up ail
tho seconds. Tho making of uowspapcis
is perpetual motion in n thousand fields,
a work, demanding ceaseless
effort, permitting no pause, exacting
eternal and ocr-arjing exercise, it is
impossible for wheat to bo unmixed
with chuff, for accuraoy not to bo im-
paireo bj- mistakes, for injustico not
occasionally to bo done.
Mtt'ATK AlWii: JI' A SlUr.Hl'Al'Vll.
Somo people think thoj- aro very
nmart wlitn thoy abtiso a uonspipcror
Thoy forgot that many papers
havo laraolv urollted bv bocomimr tho
objects of thcso attacks, and that somo
C(litors hmQ thmcn on )omg ns.
AliUQ from thU cousiaeration, it
bJ,0Ull 0 romemuoreu mat an editor is
oItcM obliged to carry a voiy dolicato io-
blliom His bcusocr rSglt ,viu sometimea
causo-him to attack ox defend a man. a
business, a class or n causo at tho risk of
making enemies of others, only to find
those in who int.-rests h l.rm lnbnro.1
Of course no lovel-hcadod editor ox-
pects to find much grotitudo or charity.
IIo must generallj-bo content with tho
of his own conscience, and
ptirsuo tho eourso ho bolides to bo
light, regardless of either frowns or
smiles, supported bj- hia conscious
It will como all right in tho end. It
is hard to bo misuudorbtood, aud to find
thoso to whoso support jou havo earned
11 right desert jou to meet nlono tho at
tacks of thoso joti' havo incensed iu
pursuing tho course jou wero con
vinced was right, but jou will therobj
learn n lesson of self-reliance, nnd form
a habit of judging entirely for yourself
that will bo invaluable. You will bo ablo
to toll the truth, hovvevor distasteful,
and lefuso to utter a falsehood, no matter
how much plcasautort t may promise to
make things go
IIJ!I.L1&110X O.V AUWUTISISO.
Just boforo Blucher caino to tho nssist
nnto of Wellington, an nido-dc-camp rodo
up nud, balutiug tho Iron Duke, said :
" What is jour Grace's opinion of ad
"I think," joplied tho conqueror of
tho littlo Corsicau, "that nn advertise
ment is a good thing, nud its value is
enhanced by an occasional uotico iu tho
local columns. Let tho battle go on."
Tho battla did go ou, and Napoleon
was defoated. Vttlc Gicat llattkJlcUls
0 tho World.
Missouiti has a weekly uowspapcr
which haj Btispouded and been revivod
thirteen different times. That's what
pi'gut bo called tiring out a corpse.
It is of no ut-o trj'ing to oxplain to
chlldion tint tluro ts tlifluioncu be
tweeti I'ltiurj built and women. A lady
who was Msiting at n neighbor's was
oaked to sing, and suit! that she really
could not do no iu nnj eitcumslauces,
Jiltl bW wont up to ihor and
asked, " Please, 11 jou a-moulting? -
HO lit: THKKH .r.i.VTK) IX
During tho last Uouty years, and w-
lcially during tho last tou yoarB much
Uu boon ilouo In Uio way of planting
lretB lU,u " rnunca i i, "-
ana nnusai, uut n w mo result 01 imii-
duid intclligenco and t.isto uioro than
Pelting of trees along public roads, and
generally throughout tho State, it was
rejected on tho ground that to plant
trees on tho road-side would Bbndo too
ets have been planted. In other parU
l"d has been votoil by the sccUon to
those who havo planted lots of clglity or
100 acres aud havo seen that Uie growing
trees wero pmiwrly cared for. But in
thl State tho planting oi trees lis Issea
a matter of Individual oare. ThoMaad
p( farmers have planted grovea wv
their dwelling and barns ; other hat
taken atriixi along tho exi3d aid of
Uwk form ami planted them with let-
sat to grow up thickly, aad is
planted for protection against tho noverl-
of .umnior ami winter storms mul
-!.- ! In almost every one of tho
uco ban, ami sl.adclcs, prairio flol.lt
numbers trees under which the cnttlo
can find In hot leather ,mn l,n,1 ..
capo from the blnHng sunlight. At all
convenient fence corners and along the'
roadsides there are trees growing up alt
oer Illinois whom M tl.nm ....
n, nlimln.lrnn In lm ftnnri in n ilnA ...
- ii n j iivr
nnv. Ul.nm nn.kr.1. n, i, .. .a
fully mttintained, thoy nro to bo found,
but as these arc not to be depended on,
thero nrQ ti.OIlsllllIi, f inls nf v ,
. 'Ml 1. 11.1 1
twenty ami o on forty acres to bo aeon
on which aro growiiiK Mtrorouslv trees of
ocrr varietv. innltiibnrr nnl- nl,,f
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nicitory, asli, mniilo, ljccoh, locust, il
lov. cliratmit. lm,.knvn n.,.i .. . ...t
cties of trees. Asa general thing ,
irrowlh of these trens in m.r ...nW I.,1
" - "- ' u IIIUU
Is vigorous and healthy.
ready numerous enough
n,nnon.i .. ...v itr t
'lhoy aro al
and far enough
advanced to givo lifo and beauty to tho
"intlsciipo ; tins is Btnlungly evident by
contrasting a farm thus liberally plauted
with ono on which tho dry rail fence is
tho only thing Msiblo nbovo tho naked
DriliriP. TllOllHAndH nf fnr.Pti mi tlti
rrilirics ,mvo ,low gro,eg nml mM
03lfl already sufllciently grown to furuish
ll is lo 1)0 hoped that this great work
wil ,)0 continued until tho laudscapo of
Illinois, and of Iowa, and of tho prairios
Bcucrallj, will bo as diversified with for-
t, grovo and plain as ispoasiblo in tho
nbsenco of hills nnd valloj b. This im-
protcmont, which costs so littlo, nnd
which will add so much to tho value
and to tho comfort of our Western farmc,
is ono of tho boat investments that can
bo mailo. Lverj man oivning n fftrm
ahould put a fow acics in trees, and
should plant 11 treo nt overy availcblo
corner w hero it can bo utili7ed for any
purpose. Chicago 'JYiliwie.
A WAX-woitK. figure of Pranklin, oa
exhibition in Franco, is labeled ;
"Pranklin, inventor of electricity. This
b'vvaut, after having mado soven voy
ages nrouud tho world, died on tho Sand
wich islands, and was dovoured by sav
ages, of vhora not a sinclo fragment wim
a inai 01 n criminal caso tno prison.
cr cn d.n PIett of "not guilty," when
ono of tho jni-j men at onco stood up. Tho
J,,aSQ fnictl him that ho could not
leluo ,mU1 thls ca,J0 s trieJ- "Triedl"
leici lh" j,lror m wtonfahment.
, ,liy,, aekno77ledges that ho is not
Wn. XTii is not his
his vho enjoys it.
who gets it, but
Bomo savant of tho saloons has com
piled tho following cataloguo of alcoholic
New Jorsoy " Well, hero wo go I"
nud thoy generally, do.
Now York " My regards."
Indiana "Hero's to us."
Washington "Here wo go."
Mexico "A la sclwl de- U," (Your
Illinois "Anotlier nail in j-our cof
fin." Ohio "I hopo I see jou well, sir."
Kentucky "Time." . .
Maine "Take it sly."
Poston "To tho club."
Wisconsin" Hero's looking nt you."
Virginia "Hero's hoping,"
Peunsjlvania "Hero's to tho old
North Carolina " nero's nil tho hair
off j our head." ,
Nevada " Hero wo jolt."
When plajing for drinks "Potter
luck noxt time."
"Lot's go and tnko a bowl,"
1 Name j er pien. "
"Qontlomeu, plenso name your bov
crttgo." "Oontlouien, will you joiu mo?"
"Well, how will jou tnko it? "
" Qimmo bouio of tho old stuff,"
" A gin llaz, if jou plooso."
" Wliisky (if jou can spare it)."
" Lot us go and cited a tear."
" Hero's another luck."
" Peer all tho timo nothing butbecr."
"Give it to mo straight."
"Qood-by." Virginia City Chron
icle. Tiinmr AT ,SKA.
Tho agony of thirst at eou whon mid
ocean calms or ilisastora, that loavo sail
ors afloat but sliipleas, havo doprived a
crow of their supply of fresh water ia
aggravated fearfully by tho sight of the
very elomeiit'thoy long for but cauuot
enjoy, As Cokridgo in lib "Ancient
Mariner" exactly expressed the situation;
i ago Dr. Liud
,lv tlmt tlilrvf
mjgi,t bo iuenched at sea by dipping tho
cioliltlll into salt water nnd putting them
0U without wringing. Subse.pieutly the
Captalu, on being cut away, had an op-
tpr bouno delirious and died.
iu ndditiou to pultlug on tho clothe
t,hUe wet, night and morning, they may
be wctted whilo on two or three time
aurirjg tw) ay. Oapt, Kennedy goe
outosay; 'fter tlwso operations we
uuiiormly found that the violent drought
weutor, and tlie parched tong wh
cvue -m ft few minutes.
" After bathing amt washia tb
0i0u,a. we found. ourselvea'aa mualiva-
freU4 m ttwugU wo bad rtweived knm
aotalori4feiBM.t." Youth' Omfm'
1IOS. a THRUM,
RKArrx rrt ixy akmh NcSS
hie rrcniFT, rx i ate amivauv
Of frt.llt.TIO! IH
MIHI I 1-NI OL'1 I100K1.
CRACKI.KI) OLASS 'MPJg,
Windsor & Nowlnu'i
STLRI 0XO!'r, I KAMI 5,
I'INF. I.IUHM.K ft Pl.USH HAGS, lktattf1n,
1'UKSrS, (.ARU CASKS, MUSIC ROMA
INkSIANDS, 0I!5 l'M'I'll WKIOHTS,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full fcfwrtment of lUtet itjles to W fallowed uitli
regular Jtuj pile each mouth
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A line otwrtlncnt bf latest hotehlea In
r ns. noxi s.
MAIS, TIDII S.
J lie nliovc gnuds are opened nt the FORT STREET
;1UKU, (linwrrs iuock; and nre piirxu at liie
lovc.t flames for the encouragement of Iluvers,
Uoth the l-OKI AND MrKCIIANl
bl Kl'i: I &I OIU S will he conducted
on ai liberal a haw to the public
as po-.ib!e, commensurite Hith
In all cases.
Cirre.iondcnce re.iiectfulh solicited and Orders
faithfully attended to I . O 1 takes pleasure
tu announcing the selection of the Largest
and finest stock of Ml SCI 1 I.AM.-
OUS and I'KrSbiNlAIlON
Art and Fancy Goods,
l-ortliclall Iradc, due notice of which will Le gnen
on receipt bf I astern Inoicev Also having been
appointed Agent for the
American Tract Society's
A full Mock of their durable HOOKS, HIHLLS and
I I.S I AM 1 M b w ill be kept on hand, and a liberal
allowance made to fbundij Schools and lcachera
from I in Prices. 4J3ni
I!) Jhe Snfs and urrta we lave recened IAROL
AUDI I IONS to our ttocl. of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are scllinz
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
VVe alw MANUr'ACI URI. to order
(of every Und,)
' SHEET and
i'urthuMtr rM Ar Ikflr thtlrr of
covlrinos IN SH.K,pR i-i.u.N
' '., J
.- s .
IDRR ft CO.
Importers hd Dealers in
of all UmhTJwt rel,d( ej. l(t rTMl tWa
lrg and well ttkttad MMH 6f
com rltlrif all (he atuil ttocl. ttrei
In Soantlinp;, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
.Scantling. l'Ine.-iurface hml riwcli ltxirJ Mr
faced and roujh IWuen, ticket, Rustic,
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All !? of Eastern and California make, and for
aate in quautitiei to .uit, at tow rice.
Ato, in Stock,
WHin 7INC, PAIN I OILS
MLTALI.IC AM) OlIirR PAINTS,
GLASS AN I J SLT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine aortment cf
In lnteit tylo.
x Butts, etc.,
AT LOWEST PRICES
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
llONOLVLV, II I ,
Would taVc this melhoit of informing the inhabitant! o
Honolulu, and the other Lund that
the) havcoiicm.il a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 25. Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared,
Jlltttik Jliioht., '
. utul Murllayef
In (U.nts, pints, half-pint-;, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papcteries, etc., etc.
1htlrtMlnl.ru fur anil rtltnlUnl or lieica
jMtjtvr tltnt utny ltv trl 1 1 tl.
Prompt attention will t gtcu to lite Mailing
of papers ta snbfcrtbcni on any or the other
tdonds. also, a;nts for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders fur Kcd. KuUier Samps rcceiicd and jirnipil)
A ST0R HOUSE PARLORS.
AblQR IIOUSI. I)IMN(. AND
Numbers ji and 78 Hotel Street.
llOAKU SV 1HC IHV, VVkSk, OH TKVXSI1NT
llillianls. Cigars. Clkiirette. and Iclua.0, Soda Vatt
aud ulber lied UrlnVs. Meals srted iu
HART BROTHERS. PROPRIETORS.
U.LU A. II Al
PMPLOVMENT BUREAU, Y. M. C. A.
Iloxoi.tt.1, II, I.
All J'rrr rKtna K'UfluvttHl, nml till
I'artlr rlMei fit HvmiiulM
ut at any of tWber lUaiuitliitKa jeroup, U waai
of Kmploytaa, will plaii uuW tbelr vj-ansa Lttavn i
Ik uIi3eaJ, l w!0 ld all in tW Ma to Ml
theu- ctrs. B. F, llawinlllill,
Kwi okM Cosuwttoe, V , ai.'L', A
TO LET. ANEWCOITACE NEAR 1HR
WW Claea Hauo," w llvt ralaata tni. W
aJ 9UU. aJ aJjt iw acfu 4 sm msuus.
Sfc. i !- F L , 0f
. CHAS.'J.' FISHEL.
A ' i "
Jmt rec!ved perjteamer Sutt, c-nei of ne good'
I1ie Annt aMnmeiit of MILLINERY e.er
ihown in this Kingddm. Ilieae r&xN aro not
boujfit from gn 3rd or th lion, but
ettflM direct from tlie manufacturers.
s .t- . ff
' " '
FALL AND WINTER STYLES,
Come and lool at our goods, and )ou are aurel) tempt
r- 'eiltdbu)'.- f 1
9C ' ' i --v
, s ,
"&-1 .i W , , "
A full line of ZINC TRUNKS, all sins,
A full line or HOSIERY,
A full line or (Tent's line SHIRTS.
A full line ofCent'i I1R0ADCI Oi'll Suits, black.
A full hue of Cent's sort and mlTftli HATS,
at the Leading Millinery House,
CIIAS ). I'liHUW
Cvruerof Vort ai4 loitlStt:tt,
--pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
lloSQUIt, I t
jtr.r.r, rj:AiMinrox, lam it,
I'oulti'i nml I'Mt
CAMAully tHi hand, and ff choUeM quality Vut
hauues, ItobMnas, ttejOicest, (ferinaa aubs,
eiv..wrjy4iiAliAna. Our inats er all tut and iaii
up in rutrn M1, AU witrstaifhfully anemUdio,
and delivered In aitf put iU&Ur my on IMd
Mreet, Uleen tniun aod Fwt htrceitf
.o-ciii Kaupu oc acsraaer, rropnelurj.
IKON WORKS Ct3.
Ka.e JttH r(tivv4 oalavokc U
S task Baltlac-Wst faUih 1
AUo a la lor or
) INCH HKUVEUAN Ur.LIINC, fvr CWtr.f-
11 jih, a n
,. ,,.,, , ..
IJNW.NK ff)K SALK. 0.F. NKW aHOK8X
llMWin II I
IVftttfc) Tin, t) . r u (heet
Itintr, Gut-fttter and I in Itmfer
Kfp M gtock nil Uml of im(iUU (n th m)-vt Imftt
And of the be working fond nnl n
jwcpMtd to xKHt An) iml
nil kind of work m
. tlWw branchM.
Caundry S(ove, Shlpj" And Schooner Cabooiei,
"JVrmy Range" oowWIni carwitjr tat loomen
Sheet I1, Slieet Ojpper, Sheet Zir. CaUanied and
MhV Sheet Irtm, iSlo 6 gfusei lloe Tin
: le, l, hi, UtxtUctrer Steam
'!(, U to In; Sheet Oepr,
iSlojnx to jMj'uare
nnd dean Ilr Solder, llnmah's bolder, Copper
lira VV ire. (JalMnVeil VVnler Pi, M, H, 1,
"Jfi 1 J' Ini W'atff aesetn, lal Irm
and lxu -Mil rit, lime
llibb., Stop CncVi, Plain
Plated and Nitltel ll.iln (Jnck. ft Plugi linbinatloit
Cocks, for coot and hut imter
WWerCtaMts, Cn Iron ami l-d Soil Tip, Ho4
Ilihb, Stop CocU, Plain IliUi Siltf related
and Nickel lliiin I'lugt nnd Cock. C onv
binat ion Cocks for Hot anl Cold
Water, Hote Courting,
Head, llaih 1 utrt. Hop and Copper Can iron iu1cjf.
Solderuff Ccntcr fpc fliul OatTonji, Oal
inj; lath tnk, etc , wttli hotwa
ter. Lead 1'ipe, H l
- HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS,
Soon lonrtle, nnrli ai CHAN'Dl I US -ono to X
lights I Ibrar). Hall Ilradct, Mudeot,
and Stand ImMI Sow on
hand, a fine a wort mem
GRANITE IRON WARE
Mrs, Potts Sadironn,
SteW Pans, Milk Hoiler. Ihctut Cutlers Jell Straineri
MorM IxmiMy Kerosene tanrm and kcroena
btoves Ioitrt.Seti.Jell .Moulds. Diut
auh. Shoe, ard and btable
Hrushei, I lour and Jelly
bcic. Corn Ilrootnv.
DOOR MATS AND RUGS,
Clothes Wringers, Cnmninjf Irons uce lan, ImreJ
ttui nameled W arc, Cnoppin Knives and I ra t
ire Meat Coders, Clothes 1'int, btoe
Polish, Gem I'ans, Cake IJoxe.
Such as Cups and Saucers, I'Litco. Itowls, lUkcrt,
Soup'lurecus, Vegetable I)ishcs, Milk and Cream
TitcherSj 1 wer and Ikxuv, Chambers, Cob
lets, Tumbler, Finder Howls, Kutler and
bugnr Uikhes, Cake Standi, etc
Carria(;o and Cart Material
lellvc. Kimi, Spoles, KInsle)" Axle, ditlt lialf Pit'
ent Hugg Canbge llolts, ditto Lamm, bulky
Him and poke Hueg) Sliafts, hittlctrecs.
tcrrutcs, clc, aUi Horieaiid MuUbhoe.
OUR MOTTO-1' Nimble SUpence."
' Ard we Intend to fight it out on that Line,'4
tn thin Ktttyilum Im comirctnl trltlt
Apply by U.l.hl'IIOSr, MMIIt.R n. or Ui.
jour cedersai xivtpatl llulUti Ulke, HUliMcr
. Ca'.or 1', II Hirnut a, r wl Street luuing,
HfMiliu, Ucbuflinc aim Keajliistliij.
No. 107 Fort St , Honolulu. H. I,
All Work thorougiily WvrMM !
IK l,IRV HM.SXII
Mr a. r. wells, m
KNOWLES' STEAM AND VACUUM5i
V, ltU. II Hi. I? 1,., . I HAW I J.I I
Havui2oalutut a M ar eusfilsta wnk at dw
Alw.e caMfAfad tmniaW, jwa raorstvd wr.lsv Xatm
frv4R IltaM, w inuaarrf tHasn jM tItsjjt Hid
Utiw tku) Ana' otL uyh J iiniit Hi J.. ieuJl
ikv allasriMMi ut pfauttcf pt-ruouAUfjf b km TMataHNL
luuu, onuav U ui laAAt omoajtai id aw nn wAiaa-1'
U tfua oAar toompi, taHs
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