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mis timee nocTons.
Sh bsl f ill the pilUhos crew,
Rlnreever tim UjtD,
Are Ihe Wtors whohsve mot to flo
With the health of a heart ttrH
And so I eonnt them np ag tin
And prtir-e tlirm an I ran ;
Thrr. Dr. Diet, and Dr. Qnl-t,
And Mr. Mrrmn.
ThervV Dr. Din. he trW my tongaa,
" I know you well," psjs b,
" Tonr rdnmsrb la pwr and your Hfr It prn((;
Wt mut nifc mir food rM.'1
And Ir, Qiiiytyh my wrist,
And hf gravely rdis!- hit hil,
M.Vowf now, dar alrt t mnit lruMut
Thst yon o at tn to rd."
fiutDr, M-rryman for me
Of atlth pill-hoi crew I
Tor h tmtlen and aay. aa h fob hit ff.,
11 Laugh on, whatever yoa 'lot "
fto now I eat what I ought to ral,
And att en ! ro to Wd,
Ami laugh In th fife of fold or hrel (
for ttiim htve thedoctcri "-atd!
And no I count Hum np again,
And pra.M them an I ran ;
Tb.tr.Va Df, Diet, and Dr. Quiet,
And Dr. Merry man.
AS tSIHAS STOHY.
Our nlory ooim in 1831 in tlio licnu
tifnl villnge of Corning, N. Y. A rno
clmnto'H lmmu IhIii llio rontor, nnd hIiouI
Uhi licnrtli-flre (lmrnunfi rrpqiiPiitcntiMiHA
of tlio fHCKtioii of emigration. Mifiuoxota
whs flion n Territory. Wilo rouges of
prairie, no beautiful ns tlio rum over shone
npon, invito! riotlloracnt invited tlio
linnd of civilizing improvomont, fnMu'on
ing nnd dovalopmont. Tlio pictures of
what wcro imngincd to bo possibfliticH,
prolmbilitlpB, nnd, by dint of industry nnd
Inbor, rcalitioH, flitted boforo tlio mind's
'yoof our mechanic, hero nnd hit) whilom
bonrdorn. Tlio futuro looked glowing.
Broad fluids, waving in rcmutlcrntivo
cropi, rose boforo tlio imagination. Vn
rnnt quartor-sectionf) wero peopled, linos
of highway wore establislied, bridgei
wcro constructed, school houses pro
Tided and flourishing settlomontn es
tablished upon thoso awaiting prairies.
Well do wo remembor thoso gorgeous
word limnings of our idonl nrtists. It
sounded to ono, not in tho spirit, vision
ary -liko wild dreams of thoso bereft of
D., whom wo shall make n prom
inent fonturo in this skotch, had a
beautiful homo. IIo was prosperous nt
his trado, his wifo wns nn industrious,
helpful woman, nnd two beautiful child
ren blossud his homo nnd his hopes.
Not content with these, ho visited
Minnesota. Ho trod thoso blooming
prairies, ho fennted his oyos on thoso
gorgeous landscapes, ho built up a proud
futnro in his mind for tho then broad
Territory, and onma homo to intuso iuto
tho minds of others somowhnt of his
own enthusiasm and faith.
A party emigrated from Corning to
Minnesota in tho spring of '54. Well
do wo romomber tho partings the good
bys, tho lenrs but nbovo all shouu out
tho confident hopes.
A MINNESOTA HOME.
A hundred miles up tho Crow river
there is n now homo. It is tho homo of
tho snmo industrious hands, wnrm hearts
nnd hopeful spirits whom wo mot last
yenr in Corniug, a thousand miles nvwty,
What a brond sccno spreads out before,
tho oyos from this door-Btop. To tho
north tho Crow rivor meanders, skirted
by thrifty groves of doeiduous timber.
To tho west and south stretch tho prni
rie tho mnterinl of which American
farms are mndo ready for tho trend of
tho labor-saving mnchinory of tho pres
Tlio vision of a homo, formed and
talked ovor in tho old homo nt Coming,
is hero beginning to realize Tho loud
has boon seloctod, breaking has
boon done. Grain has boon
sown, a house has been built,
the road has boon laid and tliu hotiso
fronts it a tenco marks its outlines and
a handy gateway makes ingress nud
egToss convenient. Labor is gradually
developing tho homo, according to tho
plan. Such homes form communities,
a fow communities form a county, a few
oountiea form a Btato.
An interval of a few years passes,
The children aro gTown, the plan is yet
more fully developed, the road belont
the liouso Iwoomtw n h"ti"i high
way. The mark oi iron-clad wheels
in beaten parallel linos are seen for miles
in Uie hither and the thither direction.
A fine flock of cattlo and numerous
horeoe aro peacefully grazing upon tho
open prairie, comfortable independence
is smiling upon our bravo heroes and
they aro realizing their dream. Tea,
verily, yonder is tho school-honao, the
mill, the store, tho shops, the postofllco;
the vision is being verified, tho grain
stacks are abundant, the hay ricks stand
waiting their season; all betokens provi
dent thrift, Our heroes two working
their vision, their hopes, into reality.
In their reward they aro happy and
1 It struck liko a tornado tho alarm.
- -- -
Faces blanched, rod lips whitened,
strong musclos weakened trembled.
'Twos but a word ono dire, awful wort
" Tho Bloux I " What ? whero ? Oh
so, it cannot bo I They will not blast
such n sceuo spread desolation and
want where now is such plenty I
What agonizing moments between tho
first note of alarm and tho first pattering
dropn of tho reality. Tho heart beats ;
the eyes sweep everywhere j evidence is
sought, mayhap to corroborate, or
blessed thought maybo to prove tho
ahum a mwtuko a fulso alarm.
No, uo, 'tis uot false 1 See adowu the
rivor road tho up-tho-rivor settlers are
hurrying in squads, driving horses and
cattle as best they may, hurryiug to tho
county seat, whero a few miles away
they will uiako a stand and resist tho
flood, tho tornado, tho Sioux I Hoe you
lurid smoke arising, Tin burning homes
there, and there, aud there, and yon
derone, two, three, four and tho
wheat ricks and tho hay, Thu cattlo are
bellowing, the lluues mount higher and
higher the Indians they come I they
D, and his family join the fleeing
neighbor and unite at tlio county scat,
A stoekada is here hastily constructed,
sd by brave lighting tho marauders ore
kft at bay. The tight U cot a part of
fsjr story. It was like all Iudian fights,
bmm l istowpii to insniue, delude.
a s'Um tor star. Ow
settlers saved their lives nnd tho lives of
their families. This wai nil.
Tor mile nnd miles the hnnd of in
dustry had imparted its mngio touch to
the sleeping soil nlong tho Cron, nnd it
hnd bloomed fruitfully. Tho timber of
tho forest hnd fashioned into houses,
stables nnd wnitiiiK piles of fuel. Flow
ers nnd climbing vines ; fruit trees nnd
hoics big with promise of future reward
hnd lieen fostered nnd gno evidence of
sneccssivo annual reward, ns tho jcars
should como and tho years should go.
Such was tho Crow river country tho
dny when tho noblo rod mnn enmo down
for n visit, IIo camo with n whoop nnd
n yell a torch and a musket. To every
structure which would burn, ho applied
tho torch houses, stables, stacks nnd
wood pilos. Kvery living creature
human or brute ho appropriated nnd
hnrried nwny. If they could not travel
death ended their probttion, Tho snn
which roso so peacefully that morn,
went down upon a scono of nwful, wan
ton, snvngo wnsto nnd butchery. Tho
evening sky for miles around was lit
with blazing homes, stacks and sur
roundings. In tho morning of tho mor
row tho eyo looked out upon a wnsto.
Not n Iioubo rcmnincd. Every homo
destroyed" tho crop, tho lnbor nnd in
dustry of tho yenr swept awny by tho
torch of tho snvago incendiary.
Till: CIIAIIIIKD OATK-I'OST.
Thcro is nn eloquence about singlo ob
jects which a group does not possess. A
singlo lono treo a singlo chnin link a
lone, singlo bird, and so on. In tho tor
nado's track wo havo scon oro now n
singlo broken, leafless trunk left npright,
where nil elso wero prostrate of tho
brond, heavy woodland. What an clo
quenco in that broken, upright form.
What a fury had it resisted. Shorn of
its lifo its branches it stood through
coming yenrs a muto but eloquont wit
ness, testifying of tho powor of tho
Fiftcon years after tho awful events
mentioned sbovo, wo passed the sjiot
chosen by D., in 1857, for a home.
Ono only Bilent witness remained to prove
thnt tho homo-work had ever been
undertaken thcro n silent, charred gate
post. There it stood, where twenty
years ago it was planted. Tlio children
had passed it happily, peacefully tho
neighbors hnd gone in and out to that
homo for fivo busy, fleeting years. Mr.
and Mrs. D. had leaned upon it as
thoy looked out ovor their possessions,
and hope lit up their eyes .with promiso
of big roword in storo. Thnt gato-post
was an evidence of homo care of saving
during tho season of over-production
against tho season of non-production.
It was a bar to certain uuallowablo
events. It protected tho kitchen garden
tho Held crops tho homo beyond. It
was an eilicient factor in tho farmer
settler's home. There it stood, sjxioch
less, but eloquent. Tlio charred re
mains told of fire. Tho fonco had gono
down in tho general holocaust with tho
buildings and tho homo. Thero had
been no home thero since. Tho flro
upon tho hearth had never lcen re
newed. Mrs. D. could never bring
her woman's heart to trust her little ones
whero tho red demons had como and
wrought such devastation.
Of all those yoors of labor creating,
civilizing, home-making labor when
wo stood thoro, naught remained but
this gato-post. It testified of the hopes
that had been, of tho fear, the bitter dis
appointment that then was. We looked
upon it, saw the fiend-lit flro which
snuffed oat tlio home, saw tho burning
dwellings up tho river, saw tho home
niakers Seeing for their lives, saw the
happy Corning homo of years agone,
saw and cursed in our heart of hearts
tho red demons who wrought the des
truction. An Indian makes no home plants, no
gste-posts, indulges in no home-making
fancies. Vines never clamber over the
porch by his planting. Highways, he
makes none ; a path does him. He is a
puro Communist, The best the earth
has is for him. He takes it. When the
best which wat is gone, he takes the
next beat, be it fish, flesh, buffalo, bear,
deer, coon or dog. He labors not ; he
destroys labor. Abandon Minnesota and
beyond to the red man to-day, its high
ways, villages, mills, its vast productive
power, and in tho hands of the red man
it would bo u desert in scoro ot years.
Ho would burn tho towns to see them
burn, he would use the railroad grades
for soouting paths. Tho nonsense of
civilization, he wants nono of it,
THK REWARD Or ItOl'E A X.AUOU.
The pictures drawn in that home at
D.'s, Corniug, N. Y., almost thirty
years ago, have been more than realized.
Tho homes havo grown tho farms de
veloped highway s builded county
formed and within jilaiu viow of the
farm of T. 0. Jowett, one of the paiuters
alluded to, has grown tho rich village ot
Litchfield, a railroad town of several
thousands. Our sketches have no moral
other tliftii absolute, uuwrought fact.
Wo might enter into detail of tho tight
at Forest City for dear life, lasting day
after day. Wo will ouly explain
that these events occurred during
the (irejt Minnesota massacre. CMca
1 ii- 1 1
IIVSSISU 4 COMUK i.V ItKl.lOIUX.
A man from Chicago went iuto n coun
try church whero thoy were auctioning
them aud bought every seat in tho build
lug. They thought him a religious
crauk until he offered to sell at 10 per
cent, advance, when they became aw or
that he had reutod the building for a
year and that uo seats could be got
without applying to him. A meeting of
tho congregation was held and a plan
was deciied upon. Heats were qaWtly
purchased until a littl more than ball
of Uitu were, takstu Th speculator
then found thnt he Itmt Ii.itr tho seals on
his bauds nnd it would leqitiro nn nrmy
of poliecmen every Stuidny to keep poo.
ilofrom occupying them. Ho offered
10 pell off at cost; then nt a discount;
bnt thore wero no tnkors, nnd thu nmnit
Chicago msu wont bnok lirniie convinced
bnt thft Lord wasn't on his sid that
irrwmxu a star.
The jiowor wo havo of weighing a star
is, without contradiction, ono of the
most surprising of tho rosults of tho ad
vancement of (ho sciences; thot one, in
deed, which permits of tho most doubt
in tho mind ot persons unacquainted
with colcstinl mcchnnics.
Tho mnss, or weight, of n stnr is cal
culated by tho onorgy of tho action thnt
it throws nround it. If tho enrth wcro
ten times honvicr llinn it is, preserving
still tho samo volume, it would draw
bodies toward its surfaco ten times moro
forcibly than it now does, nnd nn object
which, in hilling, drops sixteen feet in
(ho first second of time would then droj)
ICO feet in thnt time. If tho enrth, still
preserving its volume, hnd tho mass of
the snn, it would attract bodies with on
energy increased 824,000 times, and au
obj'cct which now weighs ono pound
would then weigh 321,000 pounds; n
man of tho mean weight of 1G0 pounds
would weigh moro than 50,000,000 of
them I Wo measuro tho weight of netnr
by tho intensity of tho nttrnctiou to its
surfaco. Reduced to its simplo oxpres.
sion, in its application to tho fall of
bodies, this attraction would be difficult
to vorify; but wo can determine it by tho
velocity of a satellite gravitating around
n star whoso mass wo wish to know.
For oxamplo, the attraction of tho earth
has tho powor of enrviug tho straight
lino which would bo followed by tho
moon in space if this attraction did not
exist, aud it bends tho lino in its attrac
tion in such a way that tho moon runs
round tho circumfercnco of a circlo in
twenty-seven days soven hours and forty-three
minutes. If tho mass, or tho
energy, of tho earth should incrcaso the
velocity of the moon in its orbit would
also bo augmented; if the mass should
bo-diminished tho contrary effect on tlio
moon's orbit would bo produced. Tho
velocity of tho motion of tho moon
around tho earth comes from this same
force of tho earth. The earth is tho
hand which causes tho moon to turn in
tho sling. II tho earth had moro forco,
moro energy, than it roally has, it would
cause tho moon to turn moro swiftly,
and vice versa. Ii tho suu should in
crease, in weight the earth and tho other
planets wbuld turn moro rapidly around
it, and years would decrease in length.
If tho mass of the buu should decrease
tho contrary results would tako place.
By comparing tho action of the sun on
tho earth with tho action of the oarth on
tho moon wo have found that the sun
is 324,000 times moro energotio, more
powerful, more heavy than the earth.
Prof. P. A. Tinvne.
Astronomers divide meteors into sov.
eral classes aerial meteors, as winds,
tornadoes, etc.; aqueous meteors, as
logs, rain, snow, hail, etc.; luminous
meteors, or those due to the aotion of
elements in tho air, as rainbows, halos,
parhelias, mirages, etc. ; electrical me
teors, as lightnings, auroras, etc.; and
igneous meteors, as shooting or falling
stars, star-showew, bolides or fire-balls,
aerolites or meteorites, etc. In present
usage, says Prof. Newton, the term me
teor is generally limited to tho last
group, or to the igneous meteors. The
meteorites are all evidently fragments,
not separate formations. They are, says
the same authority, in the heavens, to
some extent at least, grouped in streams
along the orbits of known comets, and
hence have a coiumou origin with then.
The continuity of these streams, the
double and multiple character of Bicla's
and other comets, aud the steady dim
inution of comets in brilliancy at suc
cessive returns, seems to argue a con
tinuous breaking up of the comet into
fragmouta by some cause, probably by
tho sun's heat. This view is strength
ened by the fact that the meteorio irons
and stones bring with them carbonio
acid, which is known to form so promi
nent a )art of the comet's tail. It is
now universally admitted that igneous
meteors aro caused by small bodioa which
have been truveliug about tho sun in
their orbits, but now como iuto the
earth's atmosphere, and, in general,
burn up. Tho stony meteorites have in
general tho shaj)o of brokon fragments
of Btone. Tho outsido is usually covorod
with a thin, black crust, which is evi
dently duo to a melting of tho surfaco in
tho atmosjihero. Thero havo been found
at various times aud places 'looso iron
masses that aro assumed to bo of mete
oric origin, because, their jeculiar form,
their peculiar composition, and their
)cculUr crystalhuo structure, uro like
thoso of tho iron masses thnt havo been
seen iu several instances to como down
from meteors. Shooting shirs aro seen
on any clear, moonlight night; they
leave behind, niauy of them, u bright
cloud of phosphorescent light ; tho me
teors and their trains havo various
colors white, green, .blue, yellow, scar
let, etc.; the duration of the flight is
generally less thau a second of time, but
the brighter ones may last several
seconds; tho meteorites contain no ele
ments, so far as we know, wnich havo
uot been found ou th earth, but these
elements are rouijouuded differently
from terrestrial minerals ; sometimes
thoy reach the earth, and again are con
sumed in their course.
Por. Hcxutv believes that mm uses,
to walk on all lean. Haady to skip
Duilsr Jenoas, wass't it?
SUPPLEMENT, DECEMBER 23,
"" BREWER . Co.
IIOVOULI , J, I
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lcvlfg h.tof Mtrchamliwj
Card Matches, Farmer's Hollers, Barrels
Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
gle, Bales' of Excelsior, Nests
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes in good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Choice selection of
Jtusket Wop, Jlffiitiil slylts,
(Jut lnilcr Vari'itttlM,
Jh'iimirH Top Jltltflrs,
Also, per tiark .'rW J.y,
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, 20, 22, 24 ounces
Kegs of Composition Nails,
and Ox Carts.
All of the above goods arc in an excel
lent condition, and will be sold low to
TWTRS. W. H. WILKINSON
-Vo, lli:i I'urt tttrtft,
llasdclermined to offer her entire stock of
IKIMMHI) AND UN1KIMMED '
HATS AND BONNETS,
Indies' White and Idnen Salts, Etc,
LARGE DISCOUNTS FROM MARKED PRICES
For Cash, in order to make room for her
skw Axn jn.ua a xt stock
'lhis opportunity l one not often offered, as the
COuds are all in cood order, and Mni. Wilkinson would
earnestly ask her patrons to INSfKCT THE STOCK at her
greatly reduced prices. 1 17-if
"LADY or THE LAKE,"
The new season book 10 match "Lucile,"of last ear.
J'liiii'j't l'rtte Cm ill I uv Win .Smioii 0 1HH3.
I'lIOIO. ALLIUMS, all sires.
TOCKEl' AND OFFICE DIARIES for i88j.
A Further Supply of Books, Toys,
And Seasonable Goods, at
SAXTA CLIP1 IIKAHQVAHTKHH,
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A LDR1DGE A HAVBALL.
Builders and Contractors; Plans and
WILL GO TO THE OHIER ISLANDS,
Estimates given on all work connected wltls the
llridgc work, stora and Ukk work, sugar DiUIt and
other works erected.
Repalrlui; ? old building promptly
. attended to.
Uuikluijt put up on he 111' almtnt plan.
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARAN1 KLD AT BED
ROCK PRICKS I
npilE UHST INSTALLMENT
or a iM-vstAKT H't-riv or vrvio
OF AIL SIZES,
Has juu been rtceited ca O. S. S. Co. Sue,
AMD IS M)W OrfKIMJ
FOR SLE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
william a. imwiv .
ASTLE A COOKB,
lloxnl ntl', II. I.,
Would call attention lo their Large and
varied Slock of
ConilMing of the unrivalled Paris Steel
Ihe Moline Steel llreakert, and Furrowing Plow, Mo-
line Meel Mown all ran- Planet, Jr., Culti-
sators, Dirl Scrapers ,
John Deere'n Onng Flows,
Planters' Hoes of Ihe best male.,
DISSrONS' Ckl.KllRATI.D CANE KNIVES
madeto order, Ames Shovels nnd Spades,
Garden Hoes. Canal Harrows, Ox
.. Pos, Yokes, Chains, rence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cjhnder, Lard
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, M
liany Orea, Disuon's and
.S. and J. Files ntUiMand
kind. Steam Packing, Hat
and Kound India KuMr,
Abe,tt and Soap Stone,
Max Packing, India Hub
ber Ilovr, )'K to ai neb. Pipe,
and Couplings Nutt and
Washers finished, Machine
1 Suit, all ftie, Cold jred
lllacksmitli's King inter' and
Carpenter' Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
34 Inch, AmiU. Vices 'lube
Scrapers CJrindstones, Pest
American Par Iron and TocI
Steel, IlmlderA Hardware,
all kinds and Mjlcs Hub
buck's Paint and Otis raw
and boiled. Small Paints in
Od, in large arict, l)ry
Paints Umber, enetian,
Red. Ochres Metallic, Ac,
Whit inc. German Window
au'td Aires Manila Kojie1
No. i and a Flour, No. nnd Rice, .
Crushed Sugar, China andjapan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits front the Factory,
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The J'.i
ir KrvHittf Oil, llf'fmj .
trtftiyill IJulngn, 14 Inch, lliibhrr
Sprlnti ittttl CVinrrf Jlntkr just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves.Pack
ing, &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Parley, Potatots, Parrels
Mimuii, iiaiii., ;iiu.hvs i.iixiurc tur itoiicrs
and Steam Pipes, ery cheap. Fence Wire
ami Stables, Galvanized Roofing,
WUcox and Gibb't Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Avsottcd: Remington Company. Family;
Wilson Machines, the b assortment to be found,
and at Pottom Prices.
New Good bv every arrit al from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 Nw Traetloa affinef 8-hon powar.
Ordert from the other 1 ..lands filled at Ueit Rate I and
with ditpatch. .
SOMETHING WORTH READING.
4, E. WISEMAN,
Ileal Estate Jlroker ami Ueneral
No. a; Merchant Stmkt IIonou-U', 1. I,
1 have now several neat HOUSES and CO WAGES
10 let in sarious parts of Honolulu and subuibs. Also,
some good PuiUting Lots and property lo sell.
Eumovmcnt Pound roa moit Seekino U'omc.
I asi racrAKtu to ruBxitM
MONEY AT ANY TIME
OK ntSTCLASS ItCVtlTY.
.fat Pitfrt tf all DtHrifliom Draxvii,
Engraving and Pctuiunhi Taacfully Done. Custom
House Lnlri4an4 Conespondence attended 11
AGENT FORTIIC UKST
Fir aad Life Isuurauce Cowuaiiler
IN THE WORLD.
pills CuUected ; Hoots and Accounts Kept I Orders
of every tusiness nature Iruso the osher ivUuds till
meet vsith pfosni'tness.
'CHOQL OI ICE.
Is prtpuni to receive few more pupils for thorouga In
trwciloa in live rudunenu of
ENGLISH, IRENCII AND MUSIC
Eiffel mpU only ictiiied. Tcratt tuolente.
my .m m r r-v v
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' "'1 ,- ,
FINEST AND RICHEST GOODS
" STB $H0wN r
, ' 5- '
INr THIS '.KINGDOM !
The IusdUc MUliaerr Hon.
l)y the Sim and T.xnia vtehaie received LARGE
ADD! 1 IONS to our stock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And wc aie selling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We also MANUI'ACl URE lo order
((.f every Wind,)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
isadt 14 order
ftirrhunf mm htm Ihtlr t-Aef
COVERINGS IN SILK OR PLAIN REPP
TsUpkJP N "ji
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ml manufsiturer of AKKAIT.I) W'ATHRS.
Importers and Dealers in
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Sole Agents for Ihe Celebrated
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
Jielfrist filiifei- Ale,
59 Nuuanu Si", and Corner fort and Merchant St.
HONOLULU, II. 108
OF SI OCR
1 laice great pleasure In informing my friends and the
public in general, that I have
REM OVE D
To my new Store,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I open ilh an entire NEW STOCK OF JEW.
F.LRV, SOLID COLD AND PLATED,
of all descriptions, and a complete
sir, vnit-i'LATiw n'AitE,
Agent for Simpson's, Hall's, Steel's and Roger's
Silver Plated Ware. Depot of the Genuine
American, Waltham and Elgin
Will teas Wfoie, A SPECIAL IIRANCH OK MINE'
Warranting all Work. A full line of
Sptrlarlrs ll ml Klrihltstt,
Thankful for the confidence shown me, I invite the
public 10 inspect my stock before purchasing else.
My good standing In this Kingdom, from long )ears
experience in this business, is a guarantee that I shall
offer the UKST al the VERY LOWEST PRICES. I
have spared no eipcnte in selecting new stock in order
to keep up my reputation and lo give satisfaction.
M. WENNE.R & Co.,
Kokt SmuT, IIonolvlv, 11, 1.,
Have re-opened at th old Hand with a new
and cartful! v tolccttd Mock of
And Clacks, all kinds,
Cold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac.
LaJicuouU do ucll loa-llnd cxamin uur slot I ol
UrectlcU, UTtKxJ.e, IaxIcU. Kaning, etc.
hkft ucr (. ully elected with a
view 10 ftult th tnaiVtt,
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Iad to order,
The rehiring branch of our Lusiness tsc regard as an
iniorlaut one, and all jobs entrusted lo us will
l executed in a manner second 10 none.
Oftvery dtwriilou dotty to order VitikuUr attcu
tion U paid to order Atnd job work from th otltr
hbndi. VhiU tUnVUigt tht public for paM
favort, vtt rtturn Iu boj that our long t
fwrUnce (n thckc JUand wdl enable ui
to oUatn a fair klur of fifironau
' Quirk ,Sttteuittl St null I'roflt,'1
Uour motto, and w kbalt lacp In utxk tvryailU.Wt
ourliuvof butinckt. St'jm
II. J. N01.1K, rkOI'KlinOK,
U6 o AtkbOMucM 19 bU friend and t imbltc In gcu
cral that h rukoiucd th abo.t balooik hu
Ero 1 a. si , till io r. wl
CI?ra, piuo sad
Chfttcii by Ltcriuftal atJcct front tim-dai hmao
fM-tUM. ha-tv Ua oLtcauMd ami 19 b
added ffvut f lw4 14 Ivm.
Oat of ttrumwUl. & KHoctUUaiJ
gANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS,
No. 106 Foil Street, Honolulu,
PKfSE.vrs ioh nils si son, t8i,
SN FTirLirsV ASSoKtMIMT or
lYomlnent among which is the array of
Books (or all Glasses
ART OOODS1 ART GOODS!
TO lUAL'llrV ALL I10MK1
I'o fimivirx ail Hunts,
HNK LIAIIIfK f.OODS. ALIILJIS,
Tojra nntl Fancy OnoiU In vnrlctx,
Lunch ami Hand Itashets,
Hand ll.igs, plnsh and leather!
WhWl llruslies and Holders,
5hawl and School btrsps,
CircuUr Fans, In nickel, leather''
. .. and plush finish ( Silk and
Handkerchief, Collar and C uff Itoves,
fetereoscoes and Views,
KliM and Celluloid Sets of Comb
(lirush and mirror) in leather and
itiii r.m.i tt.....a
Morroco, plush and olive.wood Work lloies and
Llioniied Easels, CaMnets, llook Kacks, Frames,
In a fine variety.
Framed Artotvpes) Meal Heads, plain and hand-
palnled, assorted sles; Framed Matuary, as
sortei I sires and subjects ; Tranren
des, 3 sires; another lot of
Artot)ee, In choicest
and latest subjects,
can l had with or ttithout frames: Photo and Floral
I'anels, framed and llnframed l'otts, on gilt
mounts, with hand.palnting.
LEATHER GOODS, UTC
Tlioto. Albums, Auto, Albums, Card Albums, as
sorted sires ami stiles of binding Leather hachels,
Leather and PI11J1 PoclelNxiVs, I either, Tortoise shell
and Plush Card Cases j Silk Hags, Cigarette and Cigar
Cases; Purses, In leather, plush, etc; Inkstands, Card
Cases, Paier Weights, I'ateries, in latest styles j Il
luminated Note Pajier and Correspondence Cards.
Writing Desks, llronre floods; CHRIS 1 MAS CARDS
In sarletyof subjectsfigure, floral, fern and emblem
atic, plain and embossed single pfotn, and single and
double silk fringed. Nl.W VKAK'S CARDS Si simi
lar varieties. Also, llirthday Cards, and Floral and
llird Reward Cards. -
TOYS, NOVKMIKS, KTC.
Oak Wasonft. Wheel l..irrow, Carti, Iloll'a Wagonn.
KocVInR Iforwt, Shoo Hy Kncltrrs, Velocipedcv Hy
clclw, Tool Oiest, llillinrd Table. Oiairt. Dolfs
Irunki, W0O1 Set, Doll' Houes, Ifcavy Artillery,
MotJel Farm, I(uildinff and other IJlock-, Ten l'int,
Steamboat. Tin 'Vo in ariety, Kailroadi, Hanks,
Dot Is and ioll I'urniture. China and ltntannla Tea
Sen, Doll'a Sundries head, artm. tsboet, hats, etc.
llatU, Iop, Musical InMrumcnt, Water Color.
K tension Iledstcads and Cradle. Marbletop Du
PKESENTATIOiV HOOKS AND TOETS.
The follow tug Iit of I look i present) but a portion of
the ttock provided for th wanti of thit Island com
m unity. U i
Indian Summer; Cre.it Painter; fomely Scenes; Sett
Wild Hower, do. and tree elf.; Leootd'iShakepearet
iiuiaii givtiiii., iiik(iii iniurcss, .sicuiiernincBn
'ark 1 and Garden: Irvtnii's Sketch ltook laurel
Leaves! Itching and htchent; Schiller' Lay of the
Uell; Moriti Ketrch's Outlines to Shakes pear e' Dra
matic Workup Prince itc trice Htrthday llook t Ills
tory of Tainting; Paul Lecrolx'a Science and Lltcra
tureof Middle Ace; IJhieeiith Century, and Arts in
Ihe Middle Azcs; Print Collector; 'Ihe Universe;; Life
and Works ot Gdbcrt Stuart: Ilic Cotter's Saturday
Night ; Poc't tells ; Moore's IrUh Melodies J Songs of
SeenJ Library of ItntUh Poets -J vol., hlf mor.;
Haverval's Poems, plain and handprinted covers:
Shadow of the Kock ; Clsmged Cross, hand-painted
covers Home, Sweet Homo; Purple and (told; Hoi
land's Complete Poem,, do. and hlf elf,: Mrs, Drown
ing's Poems, do. and elf.; Jean Inn clow's Poems
Moore's Poem; Uayard Tujlor's Poems; Holme's
Poems; Owen Meredith's Poems; Camplwll's Poems;
Kaorite Poems; Poetry of t lowers; Hitler Sweet;
Kathrlna, Her Life and Mine; Coleridge's Poems j
lUron's Poems; 'Ihompton's Poems; Cowper's Poems;
A Id rich's Poems ; Roger's Poems; Ljlton Poems;
A ins worth's Poems; Itokkmith's Poems; llcman's
Poems; 0tiai, Poems; Crable's Poems; Homer's
Odftcv: Pooc's Poems: llerhert's Poin t ICIrk
White's Poems; Shelley's Poems; Songs, sacred and
devotional ; Longfellow's poems; Tennj ton's Poems;
Golden Poems; Wardsvtorth' Poems; Panic's Poems; v
iiiiiiik ouuniiaixo, iMjeni j new .ongs 1 or mt.e peo
ple; Little People of the Snow ; Tht Kate, Schools
und Mailers of Palming; Around the Hub Abide
With Me; He Olveth llts Ileloted bleep; Open S
same; Excelsior, Wooing of the Water Witch l Pretty
IVtriT.. anil ntbrr liallAil. IjiLlniv Tnwunl Isnnui
Iris, Stoddard's Poems; 'I hanatopvds ; Sensible Ett
quelle; Hannah Jane; Children of the VUbute; Con
temporary Art ; llotton Town J "Ihe Shephci
Books of Art,
OrsMst PlaUrt of OauiaUaTssNTsV
Original Tortraitt of Yohingtoni
The Horse in Motion,
Homely Scenes from Great PalntcTfl,
Dresden Gallery,TiUan Callay,
Engravings from Lamhccr,
Famous Parks and (jardens of the World,
Books of Sacred Pocmf
COMPLKTK SE1S BV STANDARD AUTHORS
History of KngUnd, by Macaulay, yols.
Works of Charles limb, t vols.
HalUml's Works, 6 vols.
Macaulay's Complcle Works, 8 vols.
' Ksoasand Poems, i vols.
Martlneau's Hlttorvof KngUnd, 5 vols.
Irvlng's Complete Works, la vols.
ttcacoiufKld'a Woiks, it vols.
Dr. Holland's Works. 16 vols.
Tales from Foreign 'tongues, 4 vols.
Thomas D Qulncey's Works, 6 vols.
Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney's Works, is vols.
Nathaniel Hawthorn's Woiks, 1 j vols.
Knight's HUtory of Kngtand, t vols.
Mailer's Dramatic Works, 3 vols,
Devout Classics, 4 vols.
Half Hours with Heu Authors, j vols. , by Chalks
Charles Dickens,' Ksceltor Kditton, i vuls4
' Carlton Fditloti, 15 vols,
11 Library Kditlon, jq volt,
Henry FUIdtng's Woks, 4 sols.
Shakespeare's Works, by Knight, yols,
Land of the Midnight bun, a vols.
Coral Lands, by Cooper. 1 vols,, photo. Ills.
Komajna of HUtorv, by HltchU FngUnd, Italy,
France, Spain and India - vols
Campaigns of the Clsil 'ar, 6 vols.
The King's Secret, s vols.
Life, Letters, Ftc.,of George TUkhor, vols.
HUtory of (he Komans under th Umpire, 8 vols.
Da.li' Kite and Fall of the Cotifederata (ovemwt.
1 vols. '
Literature and Literary Men U Great Britain m4
IrtUnd, a vol.
rmUy QrusHo WtiUe.
Tswchcrs' Bibles, assoiied ! ; assorted bibles, Urge
and snull pnitt, with and without 1 eft rence J istfiteel
I estamcots, from pmke to Urge slic '
All orders promptly attended to, and goodf for OtisV
UUndspaikei with care aud hlppcd cording to iMres;
tUms. utluiMrtictloiisshjuld U. sent l' guUUiflM
seUctivns M other Ss,
THOMAS O. THKUSf.
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