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HONOLULU, I-I. I., SATURDAY, MARCH IO, 1SS3.
VOLUME III, NUMBER 28.
WHOLE NUMBER 132
A Newspaper Published Weekly
HUM) SlMimOM $s.ooTuiR, IV IDHUE
$6 v to $7 S", according to their destination-
Snbtcrlben nl Advertisers will please address
TIIOS. C, THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
E. C DAKE It the only ntithorlred agent for
the "PRESS" In San Francisco.
Publication office Is at 6 Kaahumanu street i Ed
itorial rooms at .6 Merchant street.
EEMNSCENCES OF HONOLULU.
Previous to the jc.tr 1S57 tlicrc h.itl licen
aomc talk In llic newspaper here almut the
lends of the religious' sect known as Units
riin, of which it appeared there was somewhat
of a following, and pro1ally Is still in the
Islands. The Athens of American- Ilostun
was the headquarter of the American Unita
rian Aociation. The Kcv. J. C. Smith, a
clergyman of that denomination at Newton
Corners, Mass., having liccn obligcil to resign
his pastoral on account of ill health, and it
being thought that a sea voyage might be bene
ficial, he was. commlsionctl by the above
named Avjciation to visit Honolulu, Vtilha
view to establish a Unitarian Church here.
Hut on his arrival the disease (consumption)
progressed no rapidly that he was unable lo
enter upon his work, and on the 29th of De
cember, six weeks after landing, he died.
On the last day but one of the year 1857,
there occurred a real case of dueling in I lono
lulu or rather at Waiklki. Tlicrc hail, in
former years, been instances of l,ogiis duels,
gotten up for the purpose of fooling some
shallow pate. Hut this one was the genuine
article, piincipals anil seconds being in dead
carncsf. Most of the parties concerned have
passed "over the river" now. As fortunately
nobody was hurt, honor fully satisfied and llic
stain of dire Insults washed out in nothing
more sanguineus than claret perhaps a cer
tain medical gentleman now residing in Hono
lulu, and who acted as surgeon on the occa
sion, may be inclined to gratify the curiosity
of those who desire further particulars of the
one real duel in Honolulu.
January 4, 1858, occurred the general elec
tion for Keprcscntatncs throughout the Islands.
In this cily, for the first time since the adop
tion of universal suffrage, a spirit of party was
manifested, there being two tickets, one desig
nated as "the government," and the other as
"Independent." On the former were Hon.
John Ii, one of the Judges of the Supreme
Court; Wm. Webster, the King's Land
Agent) J. V. 12. Maikai, Adjutant General of
the Troops; and K. G. Davits, (llic latter
gentleman, save for the company he was in,
could hardly lie considered a government par
tisan.) The fight was a liv cl y one, 2,111 votes
were polled, and the "independents" elected
their men by an as eragc majority of 132 votes.
These were J. I. Dow sett, Paul 1". Maninl,
John Hammond, and I. Kaliai.
On the other Islands also, tlic elections were
generally pretty closely contested, though the
distinction between government men and in
dependants was not so closely defined as at the
metropolis. The following were the members
elected 1 Haivaii II. L. Sheldon, J. V. Kir
pakce, S. Laanui. Lainaholo, S. Kipi, D. II,
Hitchcock, John S. Low, G. M. Robertson.
Maui . W. Austin, Z. 1'. Kaumaea, M. Kc
nui, John Richardson, M. Kapihe, C. K. Ka
kani. Molokai ami Latiai). W. II. Kiolea,
IZ, K. Kamaipclckane. Oahu J. I. Dowsctt,
I. Kahai, P, I", Manini, John Hammond, G.
P. Judd, J. Y. Kalanipoo, J. II. Kaakua, S.
P. Kalama. Kauai R. S. Hollister, J. K.
Chamberlain, D. Kuuhiwa.
January 10, died Paul C. Ducorron Ksq., a
prominent member of the liar of the Supreme
Court. He had only resided here some two
years, but by his honesty and integrity as w ell
as his ability as a counsellor, he had made
many friends. He was a native of London,
England, but came here with his family from
the Colonics, and dial at the early age of 35
Henry St. John, who for many jears had
filled the office of IVrve)or to Katnchameha
III and IV, died Jan. 13, aged 37. He was
an Englishman, an accomplished artiste in the
culinary line, but unfortunately a hard drinker,
in the indulgence of which last named habit he
had great facilities as "the King's butler," and
to which he fell a ictim.
There was shipped for the United States
from ports in these Islands, in the fall of 1857,
2i573 barrels Scrm oil, 108,732 barrels whale
oil, and 1,472,404 lbs whalelione. This was a
considerable falling off from the quantities
shipped in 1856.
The total imports at the Islands for the )ear
1857, amounted in value to $1,130,167.41;
the exports, to $645,326.10 in which sugar
figured to the extent of 700,556 lbs, and coffee
31 1,807 ",s- The lola' value of domestic pro
duce exported was $423,303.91, and Custom
House receipts for the jcar were $I4i777-J-
In comparison with the previous year, there
was a falling oil in the principal items, the
imports revealed a decrease of $21,000 from
those of 1856, of $253,000 from those of 1855,
and of $400,000 from those of 1854. The
domestic produce exported in 1857 showed a
decrease of about $43,000 from those or 1 856.
The conclusion arris ed at by many of our busi
ness men, in iew of these facts, was that the
real, xital prosperity of the kingdom was on
the decline. Hut meantime, the business of
sugar growing and manufacturing was slowly
but surely increasing.
February 9th, the twcnty-fourti anniversary
of the birth of Kamchamcha IV was observed
as a public holiday ; a grand parade of the
Kite Department, under A. J, Carlwright,
Chief Engineer ; salutes morning, noon, and
sundown ; and a ball at night given by Prince
Lot at llatiimaile.
During this ) ear the growing of wheat had
assumed such proportions in the districts of
Mla.io on Maui, and Kau on Hawaii, that
the Hawaiian Flour Company of Honolulu
was considered as perhap the most nourishing
of our domestic cnterpri.es. A dividend of 18
jxi cent on the capital tock was declared, the
assets of the Company amounting to $20,
015.41, and the net profits for the two )car it
bad been In operation were $10,895.42, or
u"uout 60 per cent upon its capital. During
the year 1857 the mill turned out 2,508 barrels
of flour, 703 barrel middling, 144,79310
Uau and shorts. Kau, (which Is now cxrlu
lively sugar producing dUtricl) it was ctl
mated in 185S would turn out between 2000
and 3000 bushels of wheat, 20,000 lbs Ivans,
and 700 bales pulu.
Died tn Honolulu harbor, February 1 6, on
board of 111 Jl. M's steamship WUix, Captain
C, F. Meschsm, aged 30 jcais. His death
WW quite sudden and uuetpected. During his
May at the islands of some rive months, Capt.
Mil"kt" bad gained the esteem of a large
t of auMAtaBce. TUe turptUe and re-
grct on the news of his decease were ermal, for
he was oficn congratulated upon his fine mus
cular frame and apparently rubmt health and
his prosiccts of a long and active life. The
funeral, which was one of the largest, took
place on the 18th, the remain being dctHniled
In the N'uuami Cemetery.
During this sear the Imsincw. of " Hi)
Whaling," was prclty extensively gone into
on Maui, but the final results were not very
satisfactory in a pecuniary point of view.
There were five stations, at Kainav!!, at
1,-thain.i, at Uktimehame, at Maalaca and at
Kalepolctm. The two latter were owned re
spectively by Henry Turton and J.J. Hal
stead. Maui was visited in I'cbruary of this )ear by
a tornado or whirlwind, which, accomtKinicd
by floods of rain, did a gixid deal of damage.
It commenced with a Kona storm on the 16th,
and wound up with a sudden gust and whirl
from the North on the 20th. Some forty native
houses were quite destroyed, the Court House
damaged, the native church converted into a
wreck, with roof and belfry gone, the U. S,
Consul's residence unroofed, breadfruit ami
other trees twisted off, liananas and grape
vines leveled. The only loss of life was a
child killed by a falling tree,. Crops were de
stroyed by the attendant Hoods, to n large
amount. On the same day a walcrspout burst
on the summit of the mountain between Ukti
mehame and Waikaptl, the torrent of walcr
rolling down on each side and bearing nil be
fore it. That on the Waikapu side uprooted
huge trees and carried them out on the plain.
Cleaned nut as with a scoop large patches of
taro and swept away fields of good soil, leaving
gullies and rocks in their places. The body
of descending water was estimated tolc fifteen
to twenty feet high, a mighty wall, carr)ing
ever) thing before it, houses, horses, cattle and
crops. The destruction on the Uktimehame
side was said to be even greater than at Wn!
kapu, all the kalo lands having been washed
away and the valley rendered uninhabitable.
Trace, of this waterspout can be seen to-day
in thescattcreil rocks anil boulders at Ukume-
The following is a list of the officers oflhe
Honolulu Hides, elected March t, iS;S
Captain, Richard Coady; Lieutenants, J. II.
Ilrown, T. Spencer, M. Drown; Quartermas
ter, C. I!rewcr2d; Surgeon, V.. Hoffman;
Orderly Sergeant, I'. L. Jones; Sergeants,
V. R. Seal, 1'. Krugcr, J. O. Carter; Assist
ant Quartermaster, John Ritson ; Corporals,
0. Thomas, S. K. Rawson, II. Valker, C. X.
Spencer ; Secretary, J. O. Carter ; Assistant
Secretary, P. C. Jones.
March 16, the missionary packet the Morn
ing Star, sailed on her second voyage to the
Marquesas Islands, that mission being as vet
considered by the Hawaiian Society as an im
portant and promising one. The Rev. Arlemas
Ilishop went as delegate for the Society, and
the Rev. Mr. James llicknclt and Messrs Ku
aihelani, Kaiwi and Kapohaku and their wives
as missionaries. Two line whalcboats were
presented to the mission for use at the islands,
the cost of which was contributed by the Sun
day School children of Honolulu, native and
March 15, the whalcship Young Hero, of
Nantucket, with some 400 barrels of oil on
lioard, was totally d est roved by fire in the
roadstead of Lahaina the work of incendiaries
w ithout doubt.
March IS, the whaling kirk ll'imtou of
New Itcdford, drifted on shore in a calm on
the Waikiki reef, bilging in five minutes after
she struck. There were rumors of cross mis
management, to the effect that the Captain
and all the officers left the deck for supper,
and that in their absence the crew headed the
ship for the shore. The w reck, after ev cry
thing that was moveable had been saved, sold
liarly in 185S, Oahu College, which had
been closed for some time owing to financial
difficulties, was re-opened. An effort had
been made to secure an endowment fund for
the institution in the United States, but it
failed owing to the commercial and business
depression which prevailed in that country in
1857, and the American Hoard assumed the
responsibility of carrying on. the college. It
oiiencil vvitlt fifty-seven pupils. The following
were the teachers emplo)cd : E. G. Heckwith,
President; G. E. Dcckwith, Professor of Latin;
V. D. Alexander, Professor of Greek ; D.
Frick, Teacher of French; M. Newman,
Teacher of Music. II, L. S.
This long-lookcJ-for ami admirable holiday
souvenir i on our table, and brim full of en
graving and literary excellence, printed on
heavy paper of a light cream tint. The only
fault is its ungainly sire, but by devoting a
tabic to its exclusive use during perusal, the
reader U enabled to turn its pages leisurely to
admire the artistic sketches "by the Tile
Club," or peruse the instructive or humorous,
but ever entertaining stories told by their "lit
erary friends." Where such excellence reigns
throughout ir- is difficult to particularize, there
fore vve can only congratulate the promoters
and publishers on their success. Of the twenty
illustrations, V. A. Abbey furnishes six; l"icd
crick Dicltnan, C. S. Kcinhart and Frank I).
Millctt, two each; K. S. Gilford, George II,
lloughton, Alfred Parsons, Arthur Quarlley,
Wm. M. Chase, J. Allen Weir, 1". II. Smith
and Klihu Yeddcr, one cadi. The Christinas
cheer to accomjiany such taknt is furniJicd by
the foremost w ritert, among w horn are W. O.
llowels, T. 11. Aldrich, J, C. Harris, ("Uncle
Kemus"), Thos. Hardy, Marl. Twain, G. 1.
Lalhrop, K. C, Stedman, Harriet l'rescutt
.Spoirord.Mrs. K, McCarthy, Margtrcl K)tinge,
Annie K. Macfarlane and others, prose and
poctm being well blended and in nuiU-d con
trast to the inytificd and weird vein that per
vades UnglUh Christmas stories as a general
thing, No doubt the unexwcted success
Harpers have met with tn this their first ven
ture, in this line, will induce them to do so
again next fall, but we do hope and pray that
its sire be modified , so as to be in better con
dition for prescrv ation.
THE HEAWEST YEA'DCT.
Mar)- Alice Almond Livingstone of New
Vork. has received a verdict of $75,000 against
Henry Plenum;. President of the New Vork
ltefuung Companv , for betrayal and breach of
marriage. Hie Jurors said that they were all
well impressed by the plaintiff, but they were
undecided until Henry Fleming went uwn the
Maud. Ills mariner in cross examination was
such that they suspected thai he was not telling
the truth, and, when the charges tliat he made
that the plaintiff had been a prostitute were so
couipletclydisproventlhcy nude up their minds
that she wastellingthelruh and that hewasn't.
Justice Pratt says the verdict (s the largest
ever grained in a breach of promise case.
There was one case in 'Knghnd in which the
plaintiff got jflo.ooo, this vctdict cxcicd thai
one by $5,000. Miss Livingstone wasiu Court
with her child and bc and her mother were
heartily congratulated on the result.
P A. DH LA NUX
Siirvnynr rsntl Civil Kni;lnoor,
Addresa, HONOLULU Post-office 166 6m'
tlMLLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOItXI'A' AT LA II',
81 MnartiANTSTiirKT, Honottn, $':L-
XT R CASTLE,
.1 TToitxr.v .1 t ,.i w,
And Notary Public. Attends alt the Courts of the
06 Fort SraraT, HovoilLu, 1
I rroits ;:r .1 t otrxsr.i.Lon A r i-ai
attoiixi:v at i..tir.
No 41 MffcOUNr Stbfrt, Honolulu, II I
198.3m (Nest door to R. K. lhcVtrton's law ofTtce.J
T-"RS7CUMMINGS & MARTIN"
Omen corspr Port and IIhrptania Srs ,
st'Hiii:oxs -i.vo iioui:r.i iiiia ntv-
Office Hours Until 9 A. M., and from 1-3 ami 6:30-8 l,M.
f NO. A. IIASStNGER,
J Intrrior OrricR, Hnioii'LU,
.Hiv.sr 10 t.iki: .tcK.wni 1.1:1m :-
Mirrif tn Innlrttrlm fur Isilmr. 3
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
riiv.sivi.tx anil sumir.ox,
Hotel street, lietween Fort and AUltea streets.
From 7 to fo ft. m ; I to 4, and 6 to 8 p m.
lofj-tf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
HoNoiuLU, Oahu, II. I.,
xot.iuv ririu.m.ixi) commissioxf.k
nf Itfi iln,
For the States of California and New Vork. Office
at the Bank of Itithop 8c Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
HllHOLULV, II. 1.,
aiwst to t.iki: ACKxmruuun:-
, iiiriilM In Cimtrilrt to l.tilmr.
Office at Pacific Mad Steamship Pock, Ksplanade. 13
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Il0NOt.lt.lf, II. I.,
jh'.xtai. noons ox roitr stiikv.t.
Office in Ilrewer's Mock, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street f
Ayr HAGAN, M. D
Honolulu, II. I.,
fiirsior.ix axi svmr.ox. orrwr.
lli;i I'nrl .Slrrrl.
Office hours from 10 to la n. m, and 3 to 5 p. m.
Residence 193 Nuiianii Street. 49
TVT B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu. H I.,
i'jrX'SWfAX AXJ) SUJIGKOX,
IKLRrilONK iNUSlRPR 149.
Office hours from 8J4 to toj4j a. m ; lUln 3 U
Office and residence number a, Kulcul 1
corner rort street.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
QuricN Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
ijiroiirnic axi ttr.Ai.r.n ix ur.x-
ernl Jlrrcimutt: 1
Slilji Citriiriitrr, Spur Jinher unit Cilulher
No. 9 Queen Street (below Honolulu Iron Works)
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Strrkt, Honolulu.,
IMVUIITKIIS AXI GOJIMISSIOX MKU
TWTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
r.isiiioxAiii.K oi:i:ss axi vr.o.iic
TITM. G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, 11. 1.,
SVOAIt FACTOItS AXll com.mjssiox
WM. C IRWIN.
JvILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
iMi'oiiTr.nsAXit nr.ALKits ix u.ino-
inirr, Cuttvry, Tnulii,
Paints and Oils, and General Mercliandise i
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
.SHIP ClIAXlU.KItS AXII COMMiSStOX
Agents for Brand's Guns and Homb Lances nnd Per
ry liavU' I'ain Killer. '
T AINE & Co.1
Honolulu; II 1.
L'OMJZt.SSWX JtKHCirAXTS JMVOU-
tftM Hint Dnttrrn Jtij
Hay, Grain and General Produce. i
No. 9 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II, I.,
r.uroitrmts or 0KXKit.11. mfiwiiax-
iliac from Frmtee, KiitlmutfM
Germany and the United States. l
3l6 ANDalSCALIrORNIA STREET, S. K
Particular attention paid to filling and shippin Is.
and orders. I
J 0U1S ADLER,
Number ij Nuuanu Street.
MAXirFACTVIli:it AXIt JtKALKIt IX
Hoots mtit Shoes of every Itenerlptliin,
Ladies' and Children's wear My stock Is worthy of
Inunction. I'nces very low. 51
J WILLIAMS & Co.
' 101 and io( Fort Street,
Pictures of all sites and kinds mad. 10 order, and
frames of all descriptions conntamly on hand. Also
Corals, bhells and Curiosities of the Pacific.
A LLBN & ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Ilenlers lis l.umtier mul nit rWmla of lliilttl
lil Miltrrliilo, I'll I lit , )!, .Villi', '
Agents of schooners
Hileakala, Kulauianu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
U llama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Koblruofl'i N harf, 1
-plIHO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(Late Ianiom, Grien & Cu.)
IMl'OltTKIt, COHMISSIOX MMWIIAXl
mul Ayenl fur
LJnvd'a and the Llveroool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company.
And nottneru Assurance Lpnipany. 1
J B. SILLfSwAY,
" Ku. 79 King Street,
SAIUH.K .i.i.l irAHXHSS MAX Kit,
Masicon Saddle-making a leading line.
All kinds a KLPAIRING DONK 10 OUDKK.
PlKes exceedingly roodeiaic IIQ-yn
P S. PRATT & CO,
.liirffoiirrr. miii t"iuiiilf.(oii Jfe rcimila,
QvaiN Sissrr (Heaver lkA), llooolalu.
Specisl atlculloa given to th sale os Real and Per
fl' Advances mad. on ComJgiuucius.ctt is
r YONS & LEVEY,
.lueffiiis.er. msil CiiiimI.'i's Mrrehniito,
HaAVn llaxw, (VcssH Stun, Hoxut-Vi-U.
Sales of Furriiture. Stock, Kel Estate and General
Merchandise promptly atlcaded to. Sole agents for
Aiucrican and r.uropcjua mcrchands-, I 1. Mon
THE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honou'IV, )l. 1.
JIKKF. I'JiAt., MUTTOX,LAMlt,
Voultru (iiul run
Couuanlly on tund, arnt of choi.su qiuhty, Pojk
SAiuagmi, IkJcsinas, ctcawa 00 band. Our meats
ai. all cut and put up m fcasteru u. All ofticra
CutbiviUy allsiu4J W, and utlnemt lu aor art 01 tne
:top 00 itotet atrscs. ociwma vDwuaiiu ran
,j-6oil U. KAUrr, rtopnetor.
P D. C. ROWE,
jnw.11: miii skix i'.i 1xrr.1t,
I'ArrR Hancrr, etc ,
107 King street, Honolulu.
84 King street,
I'll.irrit' II. WATCIIMAKI'.U,
And Importer of American Jewelrv of even descrip
tion (formerly ot Sin Francisco, California.) so
r EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to I.rwrrs Xi'Dicksom,) t
iMi'onrr.its Axo nr.. t.nii ix r.uM-
lirrmiil nil I. Imlit nf llilllillnff .lltllrrlat:
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. if
T? O. HALL & SON,
, Cornfr Fort and Kino Strrrts,
tMvoitrr.ns, iu:ai.i:iis ix ir.iitit-
irilrr, Itrf OihhIi, Valuta,
Oils and General Merrhvidise. 1
IT W. MeCHESNEY & SON,
i.i:atiii:ii, nmr.s, tallow,
Agents for the Royal Soap Company, No. 4a Qaeen
street, Honolulu, H. I. 9'
C. COLEMAN, '
Honolulu, II, l
Plantation Machinerv. etc.
Shop on King street,
next to Catle ft Cnole a.
No. 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper and Shoot Iron Worker,
S10VF.S AND KANGKS,
of all kinds, Plumlicrs' stock and metals, house fumish-
ing goods, cliandeliers, lamps, ere.
T M, OAT & Co.
I Honolulu, II. I.,
SAIMIAKMIS. VLAGS 'Or ALT. 1IK-
crtiittnn imtilr mill repnlrril.
Loft in A. F. Cooke's new fire proof building, foot of
Nuuanu Street 98
Honolulu, II. I.
I'loxr.r.it srn.ut vaxjy .waxvpac-
tort unit llithrry.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Maker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
s ENGLING & Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Strprt,
TTX.SUirilS AXI VIATMIir.HS, iti:.u.
rrs III Starrs, ltmilr, Till, 3a
J W. GIRVIN,
Wailiku, Maui, II, L,
COMMISSION MEUCHAXT AXll OV.X-
rrut Or nler In Itrn UooiIa,
Groceries, I lanlware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. I
JTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
srr.AM r.xuixr.s, noii.r.its, svoaii
MIUm, duller, Iron, Itnuti
And I.ead Castings. ( Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid to Soil's'
Itlacksmithing. Job work executed on the shortest no.
J II. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
ll'ATVJr AXJ) VIAWK MA1U111,
ltcptilriity ti Sjicciiiltf,
Established 1851. I
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Number ii Nuuanu Street.
TAihoitixa or jcncjtY
scvljttlu )( to order.
Men's, boys' and youths' work.
Number 64 Hotel Strkkt,
jrxAfjS sjcnri:i at all
ft ours of the dtty,
Special terms for regular boarders, 'Hie only suita
ble private room In town for Indies.
Mrs. Leon dejean, Proprietress.
-p II. NORTON & Co.,
No. 13 Maunakea Street,
Itoriie HlitietiiiitShueH remoeeil mul nllkUutit
of Itlitehnmiut II urn ilone loonier.
Carriage making and repairing done by competent
workmen. 'I he best horsc-shoer in the country works
at this place, 103-qr
Crater or KiLAUEAf
11". It. I.KXTX, MAXAO Kit.
Visitors requiring any unusual diplay of volcanic ac
tion will kindly give the -Manager at least ten davs no
tice in fine weather, and from eleven to thirteen in foul.
Plenty to cat. a rou-dn s; fire, clean beds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands 5
-v E. WILLIAMS,
lur-OBTEK AND DEALER tN
FVHXITVIIK OVKVXKV lWSCRIl'TlOX
Aluo Vpholiiterer mul Miliitifitcturer.
Furniture Warerooms No. 100 Fort street. Work-
sliop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
S tended 10. 43
A W. RICHARDSON & Co.
Ilir-ORTEES AND DEALERS IN
hoots, suor.s, riritxisiuxa goods,
Hull, dipt, Trunk; I'llllara,
Perfumery and Soaps, Wallham Watches, Fine Jew
elry, etc., cor, of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, rs i.
THOS. G. THRUM,
IstroRTlNQ AND MaNUFACTUKINO
STATJOXr.lt, XKWS AOKXT, FltlXTF.lt,
And publisher of the Ssturdav pKKss.andAsnui.
a Almanac n.i Annual, Merchant street. Deal,
er In Fine Stationery, llools. Music. Toys and Fancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
HONOLUII', II. I.,
Hi:. I KSTATF. HUOKF.R AXIt KMVLOV-
Rents Rooms, Cottages. Houses, and sells and Ieass
Real Estat. In all tarts of the Kingdom. EmpLiyment
found for the, seeking woiW In all in. various luanch..
of business connected with tliese Islands. Legal ilocil
uents drawn. Hills Collected, Hoots and Accounts kept
and general office woiL transacted. Patronage solicited.
Commissions moderate. 34
i- W. MACFARLANE a Co.
Cor. FoaTand Q.VKEM Slum, Honolvlv,
Importers mul Cmninhston MerthantM.
The Glasirow and Honolulu Line of Packeti
John Hay ft Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packet.
Til. Waikapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, HUo
ll.kaiau PUutatlou, llilo
Mlilees, Talt Watson. Sugar Machinery
Th Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
IwroaTBst anu DsAtaa in
tii..issw.iitt:,M:itiiihx siiakh rt-t-
leil M'ursf. ilrneaele. I'is.e..
Klnir's Combinalion Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
Lustral Wlr. Ware. Fancv Soaps, lecture FramM. Pia-
10U, WcMcnholm's lkct Cutlery, Powder, Shoe and
Ammunition, uurk . Siuol lcKton, Alaciune uil, 1
kinds of Machine Needle. "Domestic" Papsr Fashions.
Sule .sent U fhe universally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sswlnar Machine,
No. 44 Tort atrcet Hoaolula.
niSHOP ft Co.
llOfcOLVU', 11. I ,
Draw Etchang.onthe BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
San FraorlacO and thsir agents la
HLSSKS. ii. M. R0TH-'I1LI) k SONS, lx-idvo.
The ORIENTAL BANK. CORPORATION oi
Losv4oa, and their branches Ln
Ami transact (sacral lluklrig Uusatst.
E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Cor. Kino and Fort Srs., Honoluiu,
UHocnur asi n:i:n sioiti:.
TT IIACKFELD& Co.
QlVPN SllttI, HONOLILU, II I.,
iir.xr.itAi. cmiMissiox aoi:xis.
pD. IIOFFSCIILAEGER & Co.
Honolulu, Oahu, It. I ,
iMvonrr.its axii coMMissio.r
P A. SCHAEFER & Co.
Honoluiu, Hawaiian Islands,
IMVOIlTIUtS AXll COMMISSIOX MV.U
-linLDBR & Co.
Cor. Fort anii Qleen Sts , Honolulu.
I.VMIIKIl, VAIXTS, OILS, XAILS,
mul llnllittut MiltrrlnlH nf prer hi ml. i
P P. ADAMS,
(Jupen Strprt, Honolulu,
a vcTioxr.r.n a xi commissiu.y Mint-
f limit. l
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
IsirORTPRS AND UKALPRS IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets. Honolulu.
T30LLES & Co.
Qurrn Strert, Honolulu, II. I.,
SIIIV CIIAXIH.KItS AXll COMMISSION
Importers and Dealers In General Mercliandise. i
J NO. H. BROWN,
103 IIrretania Strret,
rxsfEOToit or irr.ioitTS axi
Orders can be left at the Police Station.
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
MAKrK IllKK. QUPHV SfRFKT.
TJtPOHTKitS JXi irilOhVSALK IHUfr
rrn hi tlrnrrttt MrrchntutUr, a
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
a.4 California St., San Francisco,
romrAitnxsa Axn commissiox
Special facilities for and particular attention paid to
comignment of Island produce. a
TiiTAX EC K ART,
No. 111 FortStheet. Hosoiulu,
irATciUTAKKit, ,n:wiu.i:it, j;xaitA-
rcrf mf tthtutnmt Srttcr,
All orders faithfully executed. 3a
T AWRENCE & FREETH,
Plan and K&timate furnUhed for Worlt s of Con
struction, Ciil hnKinrTinf; and Kurcing. Office.
19 and 21 Merchant street, over J, W. Robertson tc Co.
1'. O. Ho lot. ia6-Iy
No. 114 Fcrt St.,opi,ositeI,amtiieo,s Stahlrs,
UOOTAXU SllOr.MAKKIt. HOOTS AXD
fihovM tiHttlp to onfer,
Oftest material at reasonable price, and foi cash, a
JTOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
IIIIVIIOISTS AXIt TOIIACCOXISTS.
No. 50 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I. 1
JJROWN S. PHILLIPS,
No. iS Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H, I ,
Vrttcllcal J'lumbcvH, Gas-Jitters
Particular attention paid to the nttin up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. I
Hotel Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
DEAItEK IX LADIES' AXD
Gent's Shoes ami Gaiters,
Trv mv slore. afitr one transaction vou will be sure
to come again. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
San t rancisco.
CAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4- Merchant Street. Honolult, II. I.,
(orrosiTB sailor's home.)
custom jiootaxv sjrox:
Good work: low pricei. Uepairinz done with neat
nt and d invited.
-p H. OEDING,
Express and Drayman.
Freight, Packages, and HaKaSe delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful att
tent'ion paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 86 ; residence jjs Punchltow 1 meet.
Office 86 King ttreet. io&.f
OBE HOPP A Co ,
37 Maunakea street,
CARPENTER AND FURNITURE DEALER,
Houms built and the repairing of houses attended to.
Terms moderate. tiaiy
PHILLIPS & Co.
fimf 117 of wife Jtfiilcr in Vlothtnu, Uoots,
Shoes, Hats. Mens' Furuihiii Good.
Fancy Goods, etc
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
VAM'KXTXK mul lWILIIKIt.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny, 130, Williamson's Express Office.
Shop No. sit King- street. 108
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated In the most practical and scientific manner.
DISKAaU or Tin iioor a iraciAiTY.
Residence sVe, Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt attention. s,.ir
- F. WOLFE,
' IIONOLULV, II. I.,
UUOCf.UY, FF.KII AXll ritOVJHlOX
Would hi. head of families, boardinghouse keepers
and others to know that lie at all limes k.11i at prices
lowest of the low. Order, solicited and guuds promptly
delivered In any part of th. cuy or subtlilsl. Number
los) King Street, between Alakea and Fort Sis. si tm
AIT-ILL! AM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
Sufftr PUnUUon. RtUrod, Tl phone and other
Corporatioa Stoclt Boadt .ud slalUr
MCuriuet Dougni mua ua
CommUslou. Monty loau.d
on btock bccuriuet.
Honoluli, II. I., October 1st, tela.
No. to, Kino Smatr, HoNottiLt, It. I.
hhlpphtu 1IM1I CaMlisfaeliirs Mtrtkauls,
Importer, and Dealers In
The Hitchcock A Company's Plantation.
The Alexander A llaldwin PUruatkui.
K. HaUead, of Waialua PUiaalun,
A. II. Smith & Company, K0I04. KauaL
J M. Alcaaules', Haiku, MauL
Tb. Haiku Sugar Company.
. Tn. KohaU Sugar Loutpany,
The Union laauxaatt. Coaspuy ef San Francisco,
Th. New Rtsatwd Life iHttfaoca Co. of tVwtoa.
TW Mlissis HmiFJ",ijl rtyuAMfj m HAssssUasa.
sbw .tBasV sjasa'sssvsjssssssssrej'ssjssisav-iassssja ea T"W !
..- a " -.. anuss shsvisb srsVnHuis
l. BUaM upkMirLAtf CtmAnw
CHARLES T. GOLICK,
Af.RNT tO TAKE AcKNOWtRtxlMRNTS Til I.AROR
GENERAL I1US1NF.SS AGF.NT.
Offlce in Mackee's Block at enrnrr Queen and Kaahu.
mahii str,tls, Honolulu. a ty
M King Street,
Till, Cnpprr'f mi'l Shrrt trnn Worker.
Plumbing, gas lilting and all work tn my tine promptly
attended to. Terms moderate.
Kememtier the address, opposite the Police Station,
54 King street. 109 m
O J. LEVEY &.C0.,
WholosTilo anil Kolnll Oroonrsi,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received regularly from hurope and America which
v.111 1 sold at the louest market rates.
Goods delivered to any part of the city free of cliarge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will be
given to the same. nt.iy
AXTONG LEONG & CO.,
Nuuanu Strfet, Cor. Marinr,
Aueiil for Moulin! Suiinr, I'lilmim liter
And Kaitua Ktce Plantation and Mill, las ty
J H LYNCH,
83 King street,
Dealer in river description of BOOTS
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear Specialty,
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
c. hkkii'kk Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. JlRIWnR & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, ACKXTS.
Incorporated 1875. 1
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg;.
Iluilding, ( Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against fire on the most favorable terms, t
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Betlin.
F. A. SCItAEFER & Co., AGEXTS.
'Hie aliove Insurance Comtiany, lias esublished a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
Agents, are authorized to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rales and on the
most favorable terms.
TDREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
K A. SCHAEFER & Co., Atntu
AIo ngrnts for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Kor the Hawaiian Island.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin.
. A. SCIIAEMR & Co., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Com nan v lids e&tabluheda Gen
eral Agency here, and the above higned, General A Rent,
are authorized to take Rills a gaunt the danger of the
beas at the most reasonable rates, and on the most fa
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
stcherunKS Gesellschaft of Winterthur.
. IfACKFELD & Ca, AGEXTS.
Capital of the Company francs 5,ctx',ooo,ooo
The Accnts of the above Com nan v. for the 1 lawaiian
Ulinds are prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc. alio Sugar
and Kice Mllli, and esiels in the harbor, against lou
or dannge by lire, on the most favorable terms. 1
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
ance Company, (Limited)
TfEO. It. DAVIES, AGEXT.
The above agent has received instructions to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to titue poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight er steamers. 1
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGEXTS.
The above Arm having been appointed agents of this
company aro( prepared to insure risks against fire on
Stone and ltriCK buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on tne most favorable terms, for particulars
apply at their office. 1
TVTORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
A. Company 01 Hamburg:
. IfACKFELD & Co, AGEXTS.
Capital nnd Reserve ... ... .Reichsniark 8,830,000
44 their Rediuurancc Companies, 35,000,000
Tim Agents of the alove Company, for the Hawaiian
Ixlandi. are nretared to insure lluildmirs. turniture.
Mrrchandi and IVoduce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the liarltor, against lo
or uamage uy me, on tne moM tavoratie terms.
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg:.
II. HACKFELD & Co., Arrnt,.
Capital and Reserve Rcichsmarlc 6,ono,ooo.
" their Reinsurance Companies " 101,650,000
Total.. . . . . , Kcichtinark 107,650,000
The Agcmtofthe above Company, for the Hawaiian
KUmlt, are irenarcd lo Insure lliuMin,,, furniture,
Mcrchandi and IVoduce. Muthlncrv. etc. alto Sugar
ami Kice M1II1, and veascU In tlie turbor againit low
or tUmagc by lire, on the moM favorable term. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
II ILDEK & Co., AGEXTS,
lAtryent, Safest mul most Keoiiomteal Life
lHsitrmiec Company l the Worlit,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
Vat further infurinalion concemlna? the Comnanv.
and fur ratct of Insurance an' lo the Agcnti, or to
J I Kit lkCllk.ll, s7Ulsllllss; (TtlCIIl. 1
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL,
Fir lasanrtuioa Co.
Subserlbeil Capital .... $3,000,0(10
The above Company have now established ian agency
here, ami are prepare to take risks on prop.
erty of every description within these
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
JIIS110P&' Co., AGENTS.
Vulhittltil Liability fo StuekliuUlert.
Reserve.. ,. , . . 4.7o.o
INCOS.J roa 1891
Pr.mlum. reelv.d after deduction nf ra
Insurance . $ S.)a,M
Losses promptly adjuqed and aid here.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ince Company of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGEXTS.
The oldest Puitly Mutual Life Insurance
Compauy in tne united States.
1'iAMts Issued nit IA. wsial 'uroraH r.r-wt.
KiAuri.. ?' NON-rosfsirtsa riAN (
Inkursd ag. ) years ordinary life plan 1
1 Annual pr.nliua (oatlnae Policy yean, 1 day
a Annual premiums continue Policy a year., 1. "
a Annual prwnluma csmtiaue Policy i year., n "
4 Annual pretsUsusu coutlau. Policy years, at '
I Annual premium, continue Policy seyars,s "
Aiustti, - $i3rSOQt9W.
Lssst.i D.14 tssraisf h HanlunU Agmcy, !.,.
" A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS
Th M,Bs.eja est Ik ...
II, N. (IREENWfcLU
Tl W, SBVHRANCE,
316 CaIifornia St,, Cal., (Room No, 4 )
HAWAII AX COXSVl. A COMMISSIOX
ARNDBN & Co
11; ft 119 Market Sr , San Francisco,
OKXr.HAt. VVItCHASIXU AllKXTS AXll
Ciinimlmitnii Merelutliln. 1
PRANK II. AUSTIN A Co,
OrriCR No. so California Strrrt, S. I'.,
commissiox AOi:.rs ,t- lonwAitn-
Consignmenta from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
1 he liest prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
S-MIARLES BRBWBR & Co.
s; Kilut SraiRT, Boston,
A(Ii:xts or it. 111 a iiax fackkts,
Orneritl Cominliimlmi Ayentti.
Sjffclal attention aiien to ihe ,urchasln2 of rocnJs for
the Hawaiian trade. I reiaht at lowest rales. 1
10,000 1'ianos; 1,000 Organs; aat.halfl buy of the
manufacturers: from t to $totI cash, rent,
tjr Installments; catalogues free.
ANTISELt.. comer Marliel and Powell. San Fran.
T CUS BURT,
J'UK CHASING AGENT
For country merchants and mining companies and Ren
eral Commiwion Mrrcliant. Insurance effetted in
gool companies at loweit rates.
Ojjlrr 403 Front Strert. San Friinclco, Vat,
ALMER & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE F01TKDER8,
The largest and only complete Tyje Foundry and
1'rinters Warchouw on the Pacific Cont.
aos and toy Leldeidorff and
59 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
We Veep on hand the brest stock of American Fancy
Tjpe ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete utotk nf Miller & Rich
ard's Scotch Type t and can
furniih, at idiort notice.
Anyihlne in the Prlntr'a line
froma ltodkin toa Cjlindtrr Press. We have a Urge
stock of new and secondhand Printing Prevesof
nil makes and sires. We are sole agents for
Campbell's Cylinder Presses, Cottrell and
llaocock Presses: also Peerless, Clip
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Uaxter steam engines, which are just the thin, for
printers, luerk vtater .Mottrs, iem 1'aixr butters
and a full line of Sanborn's boukbfndeis
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the best in
use. Have ou used our Perfection plates?
They save editorial work and composi
tion, nnd therefore save money.
liTSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Rkmkmbkr Xohou&eon this-coast can compete with
us in quality of goods.
Chicago office 178 Monroe street,
TTAWAI1AN INVESTMENT AND ACENCV
J. J. Lomiany, (Limited.)
On First-class securities, for lon or short wriods.
A,ply to W, I. OkKKN, Manager fro tint.
OITice Oueen Street, over G. W, Macfarlane & Co.-(8tl
"tlTAILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailuku, Maui, II. I.,
Heat Quitltty of Viitnl MiiHufiicturril Con.
Mtllntly. All order, filled with dispatch.
8 E. H. Bailey.
KNOWLES' STEAM AND VACUUM
C. IIKEH'ER & Co., AGEN7S.
1 laving on hand a full and complete stock of the
above celebrated pumps, just received persffMi- Tmtmtf
trotn lloston. we guarantee them lo be cheaper and
on, we guarantee them
better than any other stile of pump imported. We call
ihe attention of planters puticufarly to llie Vacuum
Pump, which is the least complicated and more scrvica
ble tnan otner pumps
N01TCK.-E. C DAKF., 65 MERCHANTS
Lxchange, is the only authorised Agent of the
PaB-sa in San Francisco. The lATUUUAY P8KR can
alwa)-s be seen on file In his office. 6
-rHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SE1TIN0 IN I1RICK.
G. JSNGI.ING Jb Co.,
Xo. jXnsann S., Jonelsln, Jl, .
Sole agents for these Islands. The best cooking ap
paratus for the, Plantation, Hotel or Family.
RANRES fc FIXTURES such as
Hot Water Hollers,
Urate liars, Kir.,
Always in stock.
Eiplidt directions for setting up accompany every
Ciiculiri an J Prices on affiliation, iil-qr
'T'HE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. ENGLING Jb Co.,
AV, s XitkaitH St.t IhtaMu If. .,
Sole anlt for these IkUnda. A full line of the
a Nil "Superior
and FUluret for lh tame alwayt In itoclt.
JOH WOKtC FKOMKrLV DONE.
Teakof Wo. mi. .
C0N1RACI0R and UUILUEK,
STEAM PLAXIXO MILLS,
alanufactui. all kinds lA
and Doors ;
aad ail kinds of wood-work aalsh.
TssraslBaj, 'MrsUl, aVSTstl Was4 MWU.
All kiodi of Kanin. ami Sawiag, Murtisuig, ami Ten
OKDCKS PKOklKlLV ATI ENDED TO ANU
Orders from in. other Island. SuBdaed.
RAISINS AND CURRANTS-SULTANA RA1
sin. wsl ZasaU Curmssls In svosjtal fmiuv
AT THE OLD STAND. NUMIIF.R KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PI.UMIIINO IN ALL ITS MUNCHES,
fArtMlan Well Plpc-all sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-top, t'ataco.
Mora, May, Contest, Grand Prize, New Rival,
Oiiera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Oypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charta,
Illicit, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
med.1, Eclipse, Charter Oalc,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER DOILERS
FOR RANGES, CRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hocus Farniahlns Goods, all kind.
All sires and grades, Lift and Force Pumps. Cistern
I'umps, Galvanized Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closets, Marble slabs
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS
T?X BARK KALAKAUA
AND UAKKNTINK LLA,
Ooldan Oat Extra ramlljr aad
Cases DRAWN. Cases I1AC0N,
CniesWIUTlAKLR STAR HAMS,
HALES OK HAY, AC., 4C.
juh 10 nanu, nno lor sale ty
BOLLES ft CO.
OOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.
Made Eipressly for these Islands :
Buckle Dom Pedro.
BnoU Dirt Exolndatra,
Lssco WalMUr Tin.
OkLlFORNIA KID LACE,
.Plush Glove Tops.
Ilrogans. new line.
ladies Pebble Uutlon Croquet Shoes,
Misses and Children's Shoes, etc
Uy the Suee 1 have received a stock of Ladies' and
Gents' and Children's SHOES, etc, manufactured to
my order fur this market.
.. 11. i.rxcii,
No. 88 King STimiT ..Honolulu
"JVJEW SHOP AI
ja Kins itreet,
BUeksatslthlavg samd OarrUc Usarf.
T. D. MURRAY, Manager.
Horses promptly shod. In th. best manner; Carrlag.
painting by competent workmen. Try our hew
shop,f wo doors from Maunakea street.
npHB PACIFIC MUTUAL
LITE IKIUHAMOC OOMYAKY
Vtt'ut to colt th parttcuUr atientlon of tverybody to
TONTINK 1NVKCTMKNT POLICIIiS,
Which ton lain th 'MndUputahtf ClaiiM :
Wo Kctuktlona on '1 ravel or KaUcncf.
FrtA from Dangtr of Kor fcitur
AlkoTHK DurcMiT Knimwmkht I'ducy, and ta Mu
tuai Invtunnt Policy
'ITU U on of ihJ most. rtlUbl coniuvntc txtant
ha no superior! ami few equals, hettlei all clalma
promptly acta hooMly and fairly by alL
Tor further Infurmatioa. write to. or call on
k. W. LAINE.
nj-lf OeneialAcetrt fur the Hawaiiao ItUnJi
No. j NUUANU St, HONOLULU, H. I,
Stoves and Ranges.
Tlu,'Copper and Sheet Iron, Sheet Lead and Least
Pipe, Galvanised Iron Pip. and Killings, rb-asaCoosU
all tUes, Artesian WtU and Irrigating Pipe. Th. us
ual Tin and Iron ware, Uatlu, Closis. Sinks. Wash,
stands, Marble anil Enameled Iron, in stock and for
Sale at reasonable ratea.
TsvJaBBvMM WsV 111. IMS'
W.HunuUlu..lb.VKUy WEST QVALITY PtvUi
Owing to the tstsnt of UraU cvltivaled by w, we
can seU cheaper than osbars, auvd can guarsvutM Hive
tuns awl all essployw. uO Unur afalnat any , ssil.i. tvf
aW Oiiler. by Post rw.lv. pros.pt .ll.nllr,
C IL MAKEE. nivm
A. A. COURTNEY
Fo Po.ra.Le o. P.auanavaiT
isMlssTussssii MataUtsve ytsFsL Jtat asM
fay aratsv sf Assess I
U Uswa, or ti W,
MmsMms s. Co., Attvs (stjb.
: 2fli .