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SATURDAY, APRIL , tMj.
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i'.DITOR .SATUBt)AV Pftm .5Yr As I nit
al my talile preparing mental i!niliim for
those f )our readers Interested In San I"ran
Cisco In pirtlcutar, anil California In general,
my c)e rests man a lilehly-coltircil Illustrated
llmc-lablc of the Central and Koullicin Pacific
Mailrrmls, which contain the name of every
place on (Mhcr route, the lime of arrival ami
departure and other Item! of interest and profit
to the traveler. Jwit only doe tills appcr
tain In Ihesc two particular routes, hut to the
side attractions like Yoscmltc Valley, the
(Icywrs, Santa Cru, Monterey ami other
place. All arc so plainly lild out that the
wayfaring man though an fully stupid may
nor err therein. What I nm Rilling at, Is
this: Why don't jour Intcrtsland steamship
companies issue similar publications, sending
them broadcast through this land for the
iiencfit of jourseUcs, scry surely, and to the
satisfaction of those who now ilcixrntl on
chance fiiends who may have isitcd our
Now this is not intended to Ignore that
rellabl" and ponulir publication Thrum's
Ann-il, wherein this Information can Ik?
found, but to rather suggest multiplication, if
nteil be, of extracts from Its pages, I.ct the
world kjiow still more than now of the delight
ful sea trip, and its utter change of scene and
climate from our rush and turmoil, our harsh
winds, and our changeable tcmcraturc,
t Introduce this topic liecausc an unusually
large nuinlicr of eastern people, are here for a
change, and arc anxious to find pisturcs new.
To many, the Hawaiian Islands present a fair
field for commercial cxcndilurc. To others,
Hawaii offers the rest they seek. In slew of
the many questions proHundcd the writer,
these few remarks are submitted.
So Kalakaua, the king, desires his profile
rpctmted In gold and silver, and why not?
Has he not as much right as any other poten
tate to the privilege? Anything were better
than depreciated coin, smuggled Into the
country at a profit lo the parties Interested at
from S lo lo percent. And why should our
papers blackguard him about It, if he can pay
the expenses of coining?
Hawaiian matters continue to Interest the
paper. The latest tern Is the Sioke placed
In )oung Hinkcr llehnont's wheel by your
Kesldcnt Minister Daggett. The whole state
ment nlxnil rcshipping sugar was so absurd
that it seemed almost a waste of ink and
paper to try controlling It. Hut people did
bclicse It, and It Is difficult to beat j change of
heart Into any case-hardened sinner who has'
self-interest continually between him and the
lly this steamer my emaciated friend Samuel
, Hubbard may revisit the tropics lo realirc the
extent lo which his small Infant, the Hawaiian
Dell Telephone Company has grown, lo
renew old acquaintance, and crhaps convince
)our good people that rancid butter can lc
made letter than when first from the churn.
nuil ordinary coal oil rendered palatable and
prcleralilc lo salad oil. The theory is a
shocking one at least it Is all to hctloncbr
electricity, which amounts to alwut the same
thing. The invention is attracting much atten
tion here, as noted in my last, and, if what is
claimed for it is true, will lie insahiablc to
many, and a great loon lo the Iraardcr whose
bills are weekly but whose butler is not.
Another enterprise, of a different nature and
great magnitude, is calling for comment from
our papers. It seems that Texas is deed
ing away an Immense tract of land to Chicago
capitalists, the consideration being the erection
of n capitol building within six )ears, at a cost
oi not less than $1,500,000. This tract of
land has just been transferred to an English
syndicate for the small advance of $10,000,000;
n neat turn, that.
Money must be easier to get at the present
time. Vandcrbilt is said to have so much
more than $100,000,000 that no one claims to
know the extent of it. He recently ras e a
party at his New York place, the expense of
which is estimated variously from $200,000 to
$500,000, which provokes the comment from
our Occident new spapcrs that such really great
philanthropists as l'eabody, Dodge, Cooper
and others would base used the monev to
alleviate suffering, preferring the pleasure of
gixing miring their hre-times rather than have
(Kulhumous glory, which is often but a scram
ble over the remains.
And now comes Jay Gould, another million
aire, reputed worth at least $100,000,000,
launching a steam acht costing $500,000 or
more, and fitted up with every luxury which
money and taste can procure. Yet Gould is
said to hale the sea. Hut he has been so many
time shipwrecked on shore In fortune that
the terrors of the briny deep seem trilling in
A motherdn law out ! Pike's Peal
With tore Ihioat coulj hardly speak,
Si. Jacob's Oil cured her,
t And lhoe who endured her
Say, she tailed light along for a week.
Such is the sentiment In a different form,
which is presented every morning for the un
wary who make It a point to read ihe papers
thoroughly. If tjie man who composes the
doggerel would only take his medicine himself
eilups he would be cured; but it would take
more than one lotlle, and several sigurous
applications, for the alios e is only a mild
Our public prints are line educators of the
joung. I should think the headlines would
melt from the fervent heat incident to licing so
often set up In such announcements as " Urutal
Priie Fights," " Assassinations," "Defalca
tions," " Methods or the Djnamite Party,"
"Twenty Apacho Murders," etc., and now
the Chronicle speaks of the liullclln and Call
ai the ' Evening Ananias " and the " Morning
Sapphire." As my knowledge of the Uible's
liars is confined to two, I do not see where the
Chronicle has left any place for Itself. I do
not know as it is policy to admit the Influence
or the Chronicle, but, if I should, it would be
to say that it lias done more teal damage to
)our interests by its way 0r harping on the
distorted sugar question and the leprosy than
it can cm do )ou good. AUOLWUS.
San Francisco, April S, iSSj.
ni"l 1. 1 1 raw
..,Ttle..Ncw Vo,1 money market was very
"light' according to litest San Francisco re
pons. A late dispatch usi The general
tenor of exchanges are steadily improving at
New oik and elsewhere. There Is a bitter
slate or things than appeared last week, though
the money mitkcl hasVcn tight. The deal
Ing In stocks were small and sales were much
smaller than .those or the corresponding week
t nl Thc 'cnuIl'i'l exchanges, deduct
ing double the market value of the shares sold,
e $5)7,485,800 for the last week airainst
,o5J,0?5r0.1 '" ,,8S' ml 57l,JM,6u In
1831. ( It is long since U)mcnts al New York,
not ariiing from stock operations, have shown
any increase in comparison with those or prev.
iou years. On the other hand, the improve
went in compaialis c exchanges, outside of New
oik, continues, and the rate of increase re
corded or the last week, 3 per cent, is the
highest for thirteen weeks. There is strong
evidence of a more healthy condition of busi
ncs, though it is well not to forget that at sev.
era! paints speculation in products has largely
liV.. ,het f1? of speculation In stocks.
Whether the improvement, which has been
thus rr real and substantial, but not of the
jost-lo beat eapansioft Into a "boom," is to
last rot any Usue, must probably depend isutalr
PW the siKcuklWe fcatemiiy. '
VHOMlSKXr DEATH. 1,
Recent notable deaths Include Mrs. Mar
garet Dnmet, niece of Itobcrt Kmmet, d)lng
In New York city, aged ninety; John Ilrown,
the devoted Uxly servant of Queen Victoria ;
James Clinton, an old and prominent resident
of Californiij Mrs, Mary Halleck, last surviv
ing daughter of Major John Paulding of revo
lutionary fame; I'ostmastcr-Gcncrat Howe, of
the United Slate Cabinet, of whom Ihe fol
lowing brief biography ha liecn taken from an
exchsnge: "lion. Timothy O. Howe o
Green I!ay, Wis., wa born al l.ivcrmore,
Me,, February aG, 1816. He received an
academic education, studied law and was ad
mitted to the leir, in 1 8 15 he wa a member
of the Legislature nf the Stale of Maine, and
in the latter part of the same )car he removed
to Wisconsin. In 1S50 he wa elected a Judge
of the Circuit and Supreme Courts of Wiscon
sin, holding the ufhec till 1855, when he re
signed. He was elected lo the United Slate
Senate as K Union Republican to succeed Chas,
Durkee, ami took his scat In 1861. 1 Ic was re
elected 11 1867, and again in 187J, his term
expiring March 3, 1879. He wa not per
mitted, however, to remain long In retirement,
for he was tendered by President Garfield an
npiointmcnt as a member of the Iloaril of
Commissioners sent by the United Slates lo
represent this government in the International
Monetary Congrcs at Paris, his associate be
ing ex-Senator Thurman of Ohio and Willlsm
M. Kvarts of New York, lie remained abroad
about six months, and after his return began
to Ik; prominently mentioned as a wssiblc
mcmlcr of President Arthur's Cabinet. In
December, 1SS1, he was tendered the Postmaster-Generalship,
which he accepted, and
to the duties of which he ha since devoted hi
attention. He strongly fit oral the reduction
of postage made by the last Congress, anil has
been largely Instrumental in securing improved
mall facilities throughout the country." Wil
liam Dcpcsslcr Stagg, one of the founders of
Astoria, Oregon) Lorcz Dicfmbach, a distin
guished scholar of Darmstadt J Kcv. Dcrmont
Coleridge, son of the elder poet; II, II. Tichc
nor of San Francisco, builder of the first ma
rine railway In that city, and a director of the
California Insurance Company; Lieutenant
Colonel Franklin Harwood of the United
States Knginccr Corp; Alfred Clint, the cele
brated Knglish landscape ami marine painter;
Frederick, I (olden, the oldest American mis
sionary in Greece; Monsignore Gastadi, Arch
bishop of Turin; Lord Haldon, an English
peer; Captain Carey, who commanded the
detachment with which the I'rincc Imperial
was, when killed In Zuluhnd ; W. G. Moss,
founder or the San Francisco Examiner;
Thackambau, late ex-King or Fiji; Cliicf
Justlcc William White of the Supreme Court
of Ohio; Ilcrr Von Wongcnhcim, Gciman
Counsel of State and Minister of Worship;
and the young I'rincc Kwacho-No-Mi)a, of
Jaian; and Prince GortschakolT, long the most
prominent statesman of Kuvsia; John Richard
Green, author of " The History of the English
People "; Jamc Miller, a prominent New
York publisher ; Peter Cooper, the New York
philanthropist, aged 92 ; Haron Werthehn, the
wealthiest manufacturer in Austria, and the
celebrated fabricant of iron safes ; General
Joseph K. llirncs, late retired Surgeon-General
of the United States Army ; Rear-Ad-mlral
McDougall of the United States Nasy;
Louis Vcnillot, a noted French journalist and
critical writer; Thomas II. HI) the, one of the
largest property-owners of California.
HOMK l.ATR HKWH.
Smallpox is prevalent in Nashville, Ten
nessee. It is said that Santa Rosa, California, has a
case of leprosy.
Dynamite Republicanism is rampant and
red in revolutionary France.
Baton Nordcnskiold is completing arrange
ments tor anotner ircuc expedition.
t-nnr tiiimlr.tft thnticnnil .Irtlliro li.i a lu.
donated to the Young Men's Chiistion Asso
ciation or llrookl)n.
Lord Dutc is building a palace in Scotland
Which Still COSt '. Sl.2CO.OOa. It will t.lln frf
years to complete it.
A Wnll triit mrvr mw . Tmrwrlrtl .l.l-
opinents are likely to be made soon in con
nection with Pacific Mail. It is hinted that a
material change will take place in theallairs 01
The Ex-Head Center orthe Fenian llrolher
hood, James Stephens, has told a Paris corres
pondent that if Parnell will ioin the revolu
tionists "the wrongs of Ireland may be
redressed by the sword" which this amiable
incendiary prefers to either dynamite or dag
gers. The Denartmcnt of Agriculture will thnrilv
.-clfllilicll ncr UM.iiinii.nn -n nwnA!n.aH. I
..., .,v. ,,.,,, . ui, Ml. VAJJKIIIICiHUI
farm and hospilalfor the treatment or domestic
animals, with a lew to ascertain by a series of
scientific cxerimcnts what arc the causes of
such diseases as Mexican fever, pleuro
pneumonia, etc., and what are the best methods
to present or cure them.
Michael Dasitt has written a vigorous letter
lo the Young Ireland Society or Glasgow, in
which he savs 1 "The Dynamite policy can
only have the effect or exasperating the Eng
lish Ucmocracy, It would lie tar better to
untL fit-iil uiit nnnltiwr tudtilu sum ikn nt..
iun '! Hiiuiui,! invi Jvaas 111 II Jlay
Into the hands of Ireland's enemies by giving
rem iu ucsjiair ami revenge.
A New York Htrcdd editorial sas i "The
fittilitt nf -ilrprTiiiliiirr trt flsu-ul tt., -. .-.. .. til.
......... w. HiihiiMi iiusni tlic I.UUUIIV nlltl
coin that is not wanted is shown by the coin
age 01 our smeruouar, which must, by the
run' led of fnnnrp. lu rnntinnoil it tk ritA
of at least tun mil linns n month until nt ?"-
cemlwr, if not longer. The imposing of this
ausum coinage on the Mint was a grass per
crsIon of its function. It should exist for
convtemeriPi nnlv. nml cTiimiI.1 r....r KA ns,U
an instrument for forcing umn the people coin
that is unneccssary( dcprcciatetl in value and
A Intf 'nViinrtrin l!nirili ci tkt U
Board or Diicctors apHinted by the Central
Committee on Labor Legislation, organlicd by
the Committee or the last Congress or the Na
tional Labor Union, with the object to organ
ire trade unions and assemblies or labor ofthe
United States, have issued a manifesto headed
with the flringent call "To sour tents, O, Is
rael." The manifesto denounces the majority
or the Senate as lawers retained by federated
The President or Ihe United States recently
made the following appointments : Hon. Val-
trr O. (.ri-h-im n Mi.fr.. r.i.l t.. .1.. ?.-,
oflndbna, to succeed the late Timothy O.
uowc as i-ostnuster-Uencral,; A. V. Sheldon
of Mar) land, Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court, Territory or Aritona. vice W. V.
Hoover, susiendcd ; S. E. Snider, Agent for
the Indians at Fort Peck jcencv. Muntarta.
sice Nathan S. Porter, resigneel; Wm. N.
Carter.Collretnr iirintp.rn!il Hmu.m. Cj..ik..n
District, Indiana; David li. Russel'l, United
States Marshal Kastcm District or Arkansas ;
Ilenrv Wsul. Imliiu Tiii,mri.r . l w...
A New otk dispatch, dated March l6.h,
sas t There has been considerable excitement
the last week, due to the large orders fox
Culun lui-an anil tHj- r-K.r.In.. nr. I .
numlwr of vessels to go to Cuba. This move-
men, 11 is stucu. 01 the rehners and importers
is due to authoritative Information that the
Cuban sugar crops arc fully 20 pet cent below
the estimate nirnl-- tlimi t:... ....... 1
orders have been sent to Cuba by Hascmver
anil nthi-r vxrTnvn l,n.. it... .l!-.l.. .. .
--..- ...v,, ,i.ij,ui. uticciiy on incur
own account, and as storage facilities at Ha
vana, Mataruas, Cardenas, Sagua, Neu.itM,
l"uerto del l"ardone and Uibara arc llnjited, and
as sugars are injured by exposure if stores on
the open whares, the demand for steam char
ters has been unutuallv lm. f, t. .i.A ....
that shese charters have been made toanlici-
paic mo unusually urge increase in height
rates, which will, it is thought, more than off.
set the LlitTert-nri nia.ti. tr. ik .l,.tt. Iu i..
new tariff, which goes Into in effect June, and
that slupsactit contracts have been raade at $3
a hogshead, wliich, it is asserted, still hardly
cove thrunnliuF fiisfnux rs !.. M in.-
- .a J-.-. v VttSSSJasc. 4 1)
lowest freight rate have been obtained on
uvv-M, iitkwii, ui tauten were are now about
fifteen at the Ktsus.lioaeJ, loadieg foe New
ILLINGHAM & CO.,
PAINTS, OILS and VARNISHES,
KKiiasKXt: ASh tAJiintvATisa orr.fi
The Urgett oflmnt of PI OW.S, for all tirpcM, to
tie luunu on tJ iftianu4.
tlnrrowi, CiiIttVatoM, llori Shoi, Ot VoVm,
O Uow, Ox Chlnt, fodder Cullers,
Corn nml Hominy Mill,
Gat-lien Ami Canal lUrrowy.
Aktc Oreaw very cheap J
LubrlcAtlng and IllnmfnatluK OlU
KHROSHNi; Oil. STOVKS,
I jimp, UiamMien and lnterni ncwiiytei;
How. Ilelifni., J'u mm,
Powtler, Shot nj Lajd,
Howe'i Stan ilft rd Amrlon Realm
For all purprxe;
Ice Crrttm Frtetfr,
Call and examine nur rood. Our iori U actM'
Mantljr re lenitlied with the lateu and mott appruved
Invention that it U ImpttiMe to enumerate them
within the space of our advertisement.
TIIK IjATKST SOVKLTYt
Something which no one ihouM be without, i. one of the
MaipiMO-Oaloita Fire-Proof SaCm.
Ilond Gates or Jewel Caws.
Read one testimonial out of many.
Cffctt cf Cemmttttt 0 'ire Inturnnct Kxtrit !
At ft meetintrof the Ma.uthuit-tt tutnal PIr In.
fturance Union, held At Naniatket 1 teach, Aiijjinl 76,
t68i, samples of lovei manufactured by the Magnew
Calcite I-ire.l'roof Comjiany were shown. An Iron
ixi, auoui iwo leei long aim one loot ileep am wide,
with lining three fourths of an inch thick of Magneto
Calcite nialertal. was tilled with varimi ilrvnmnn
greenbacks, and part of a card of lucifrr matches. It
was then Dlaced unon a bed of hot mnlY nn.l at Uat
four feet of dr)', hard wood piled upon it. The box was
kept under cxtrem heat for an hour and a half. Not
withstanding the Iron cover of the box was so badly
warped that the lining was In immediate contact with
me names, on opening tt the whole contents were found
In a perfect state of preservation. A smalt bond and
note caw. desttrned to be used Inside of vanltt am! f
was subjected to the same degree of heat for half an
hour, and Its contents were also found as (ne from any
sn;Aia.its.i; ui me vr iiiukc h w nen piacFti inerein.
II. C HlGPLOW,
ClIAS II. CUMINGS
Chas, A. How-land,
Klijah Howrt r.,
Alfrbu L. IlARnnutf.
Representative insurance ofTicerL
AT THE OLD STAND. NUMBER 3 KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PLUMIJING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
.Artesian Well Pipe all iixes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-top, Palace.
Flora, May, Contest, Grand Priie, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charta,
Buck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
meda, Eclipse, Charter Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER BOILERS
rOR RANGES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sUes, and
laid on at lowest rates, alto cast iron
Lead SoU Pipe.
Houss rssrsUsJsissc Goods, ssU klsuU.
All sires and gradea. Lift and Force Pumps. Cistern
Pump., Calvanired Iron, Slieel Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closets, Marbl slabs
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS LAMPS AND LANTERNS
T M. OAT Jr., Co.,
HokOLULf, H. I.,
AND NEWSDEALERS, '
Would tak. this method of Infoemiog the inhabitants of
nsTOfuiu. ana in. ocner uianus thai
they hav. opened a
SUtioatry and Newt Depot la tke New
Hawaliaa Gasette Block, No. as Mer
chant Street, where ttvey are prepared
Ink and Mudlagt,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Fooiecap, Legal
Cap, Eaveiopes, PajtaHesiee, etc, etc.
Jgl&iZjZZXSf " " '
Precox uuniioa a.01 U givea u th. tU!Ua
M Paptri la auUcnUrt eat toy uf th. otkee
uUudaj U aftats far Ik
RSD RUBBER STAMPS.
Slslaaf aal I " w
BREWER & COMPANY
OFFHR FOR SALH
Mie followlnrf toti of mrchsmli. Jurt landed from
lloton, In etcellent onfer,
Est. Arncrloitn Brtrk Amy Turner t
NEW AND SVMSII
ltuaaiiiH ash piiaetoss,
Veltow Sheathing Metal, t6and unit
Ah I'lank, atvned sietl
Oak I 'lank, aotted sties;
Also, to arrive rr StiHman II. Allen t
DUMT HARROWS, JacolV Patent.
As Ilamllcsnml 1'ick Handles.
Kerosene Oil, "Klcctric" lraml.
Cottage I'urnlturc, In -tintcil sets.
Oak I.uinlicr, i, 2, xu 24, 3 ninl 4-ln.
Oars, 16, 17 ami 18 ft.
Yellow Metal Nails, ) and 1 In.
Yellow Metal Slicating, 18, 20 and 22 or,
Manila Hop, aorted sires.
Dairy Sail, In barrels.
Piss Barrel Shoolta and Honda.
Pine Keg Shook ami Head.
Cider Vinegar, in barrel
Extract of f.emon.
Kxtract of Vanila.
Kxtract of Almond.
17 Catksand Hhds Crocker), (ilmware, lnirs.
46 Caies Crockery, Glassware and I.ampi.
IS Barrels Crockery, Glassware and I,amps.
Light and Heav)- Hand Cart.
Knowlea' Steam Pumps, various alios.
ANOTHER DRUG STORE.
PALMER 8c THACHER,
AND DEALERS IN
Toilet Articles anil i'rrric Hoods,
No. nj FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the public want of a Dms Store
conveniently located, where medicines can be procured
at all hours, we have opened a pharmacy in tSe Damon
Block, near Hotel street. We carry a large assortment
of goods peculiar to cur line, which we oiler at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Our Store Is Kept Open Evening.
Our stock of Drugs and Chemicals is complete.
Our line of Patent Medicines embrace all the populai
I All the New Remedies, )
' (All the Old Reliable Remedies, f
HE HAVE THE LAKCKST ASSORTMENT Or
In the Kingdom, such at
Hair Urudies, Tooth Iinnhes, Nail, Cloth, Flesh
and Bath Brushes, Dressing Combs. Pocket Cointa,
riue ami paca uinu trancucs, 1'Omaaes, Ilair
fVI l .1. I .! ..... .V. ... ... .
Oils, Tooth Preparations, Cold Cream, Camphor
ue, Perfumes, Handkerchief Extracts, Colognes.
Toilet Waters and Vinegars, Sachet Powders, Hand
Mirrors, Nail-cleanin Sets, Smelling Bottles,
AtomUers, Rarors, Strops, Shaving Cups, Hruihcs
and Soap; toilet Soaps of every kind.
LevdW Toilet Article,
Such as Camelline, Dickey's Creme de Lis Laird's
moom, uagan s iiarm, uourauu urtenui Lream,
Lubln'sr Saunders. Porzonl't letlow'. talvrt'
and a host of other Powders and Rogues, Bando
line, Beauty Spots, etc.;fme targe Bathing Sponges,
WE HAVE THE riNESr IOT or
Eser brought to this Kingdom
Infant s Diesung Cases, Nursery Powder,
Prepared Fuller's Earth,
Rubber Tubing, reeding Bottles,
Night Taixrs, Ridge's food,
Ta lot's Arrow Root,
Soothing Srup, etc
THE ONLY COMPLETE STCH.K. Or
Ip.otsolas assd Ejrt.OUii.s
Paotocrtspkie OkeaUeeJa of ssU ktssd.
A LARGE ASSORTMSNT Or
Such as Sapolio, Elcctro-Siticon, Silver Soap, Giant
ana uuunona l,emcnt. Insect Powder, fly
Paper, Am PoUon, Kat Paste, " Rough on
Rats f Shoe Blacking and Dteuiug, BUckkig
ltnxT.. riw fi:.!..rl....... t I h. -.T
Wemaka a specialty of FLAVORING EXTRACTS
'of our own manufacture; Hot Water Hags, Rub.
bar uusnions, Alcuicine I.TtCktS etc.
Oar Deltolossi Sadt. Water,
OEAWN rOM THE EADtANT fOUNTAIN,
Which surpasses in elegance everything of the kind ever
brought to thexe Islands, Is Inimitable,
Wa manufartur. KDIIA WATirll on.l murtL'U
ALE, and have the agency for genuine Eastern Apple
WK DKttrKM QVH HOODS
To any part of the city, and ship 10 th other UUnda,
Orders from the countnr r.ill receive careful ait m 1.1
and be shipped promptly. Suticliljig h public pal
rooage we are very respectfully,
PALMER & THACHER.
TlLEriiONE, No. to.
J NO. O, FOWLER Co.,
r jtrfjaaiYe! ( Urmltk ?Um ami Jtaf.-
stassMe or wm
With or without Cars aod laxoeaotiyaa. Specialty
ADAPTED rOR SUOAR PUNTATIONS.
tVaaaixeni Ita3syi. taad Locsasotivea aad can, Tno
w. tvixMBe aau auxa nrrreaoanta, aiaj
r'1-"- -'- "Mbasliill il --!- ...1 Mxr..
By the Siti and A.rrert we have recelrel I.AKGF.
' AUDI I IONS 10 our .tuck of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are setting
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We alw MANUFAltt URK to onler
(of every kind )
find I'il low.
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order.
J'Mrrirtaprs rnri hitre thrlr rhotrr uf
COVERINCS IN SILK OR PLAIN RKPP
E. P. ADAMS, Aicetit.
Telephone No. 7.
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CHAS. T. ngHXL,
riUXST AND RICHEST OOOM
IM THU kUXQDOMt
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ENGItiK FOR SALE. ONE Nk.W ao-HORSK
U HACKFELD A Co.,
OFFF.R FOR SAI.F.
mi wests or Avrr goods.
Jo received per AVi ami hlitl,
ComUting In part of as follows
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OE DRY GOODS,
Dcnlme, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick.
!ngi, Turkey Rtd, Merlnos-black and
colored, 4 qualities. Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-graln, Fancy, Colored'aml Striped,
Barege, Crepe, &c,
M nt's J'lirnhtitiit (fooitu,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim'
etc., Merino and Cotton Uudershlrts, White
Bosom Shirts. Socks A Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large in
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Bovi Shirts, and
Children s Jackets, I,
R. Coata & Leggings, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
andParasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Pelt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine Kaii tic Cologne. I.nLfn'i Kx
tract., lotlet Soapi, r.iiitcoine Hair
Oil, Comln, IxKlcingGIi4, 1'ipes I
K HalU, Harmonica, lEUntt fkioks,
Gold I-taf, Jewelry, Gold Watches
Tape, Elastic. Scarff, Albums.
KxtenUrn, Arm, Dinini; room and Parlor Chairs,
Selte MirroM. etc..
.SiHhllr, Catfhtnx, Uhth, Stirrup foMhr,
Hemp ft 1. K. Packing, Coal lla.Vets,
CRATES OK ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Contatninc Plate. Cum. Isapot, IIowU, Chambers,
Rice Oiilies and lukers, l)emijohn 3 and 5
Gallons. Sample l'ott!e VaMand Glauware, Manila
nnd Tarred Hope, Coal Hag, Gunnie., Twine.
HurlatM, Woolpack and '1 willed Sacking, Linen Hose
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of alt sum and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes.
Salt in Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue, H. White Lead,
Steanne Candles, a. k. and 6. H. & P. Biscuit.
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
German untl JFavana t'lyars,
Plated are Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea
sets Cups, NapUn Kings, Salvers, etc.
Pocket and Hatcher KnKes. ScUsors. Sheen Shears.
Needles, Spoons, Files, Spurs, Galvanized I turns,
Hoop Iron, Keg Kivtts, Hammers. Yellow
Metal and Coi-nocnition Nail. Clarifitr
J lab hi tt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iror.
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, ftc.
Orders from the other Islands carefully attended to.
Jf, ltnrkfrhl Jt Vo.
Nest door to Hackfeld A Co.'
Honolulu, II. I.,
Of the Hawaiian Islands. All kinds of Repairing and
ncci making cxccuieu on ine mou scientinc prin
,h ciplcs. At this.cstablihment hortes are
lit the Blacksmiths' department all work will 1 turned
out m me future, as in the past, by first-cuts
We do not confine our attention to Carriage and Buggy
iiua.ii.jc, VAV'uniTtJIJ. WlUtla IVJT IHV KlIMl CI a
w hsTcted vehicle received nd promptly executed.
Our Usual Supply of requirements for the Trade,
Orders from the ofher Islands will receive our best at'
tent ion. 105-317,
T HOPP & Co., 74 Kin itreet.
imortirs ami Mantiftmrfrt cf
Evi7 dMorlptioa of Fmrmltur.
To tub Ladies; Trlmmh.es, Tas&cU. Gimps, Silk
Conl-in every shade-Iarlor Sets retutted,
tovtrcd, itoiikhed and piaJe equal to
new, Malt reuses re-made and
cleaned at short
We are coted.for first-class work and moderate
II. i. N01.TE. I'ROI'RIETOR,
IWfs lo announce to his friends and lh puUic in gen'
eral that be has opened Ihe alwre Saloon .here
From ) a. H-, till 10 r. Ml
Chosen by a personal selection from fatl-clats manu
factories, ha. been oUaned and Mill he
added from lima to tlma.
One vt I'ruru.kk & Ualka's celtUaled
Is connected ilh the esulluhmenl, where losers of
-cir th cue can pattKipat.
COR SALS I
TWO SECOND-HANP EXPRESSES, ONE.
, SEATED ASsCET,Cirr-UNDER. ONE
REACH WAGOtt, ONE SINCtE
URAV, HORSE AND f
AU the ahove are lu goat oidee,
No. tog Kin? street,
CONTRACTOR AKD BUILDER,
etc., etc.f etc.,
a lar(e stock of which Is tonttanily cm hand, enabling
me, on snort notice, to rtntAh cottages anil
buildings of every description, In a
thotwith and workmanlike
JoMinn of mil kind promptly doao,
and at low prices.
BAND AND SCROLL SAWING
at all limes.
Machine work of all klniln.
JACK SCRLWS AND ROLLERS KKIT ON
With competent workmen, the promp ami fathfut ee
cut ton of all orders entrunted to m, I hofe to
merit and receive a fair share of the
Remember the I'lace, So. log King street, opposite
C IL HUhop's reiidence.
Telephone it. 1131
AXTILDER ft CO,
Importers and Dealers in
And Bttildlrj MtrUl
of all Ltnds, just received, ex Lie arrivals, lev
large and well jelected cargoes of
compming all the UMlal ttock tires
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards,
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scanthng', Plane surface and rough Hoards sur
faced nnd rough Rattens Pickets, Ruttic,
Lattice and Clapboard.,
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All Mres, of Kattcrn and California make, and for
valC (IS tjUatlllillVS IU 9U1I, HI SVIW JII(.C,
Also, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC. I'AINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GIJVSS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
In Latcat style.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
i7 Four Stsht, IIokolulu, II. I,
C. J. Hards and II. P. Bertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing:, Shaping;, Turning',
Band and Scroll Sawing:,
Doors, Saab, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
wsn uaM is msm SMMts,sff ausu JUWIMUK ytvttytij
attended la aloulding mad to ny i-aitern without
fttracharft for knives. Prict of UachiM work.
a It ta-.tatai aCll.1 a. lb h - T m ah. I 11. t f .b..a I..
s s rm9 iswisii w-ai
s BNCLING Co..
No. j NUUANU St., HONOLULU, II. I.
Stoves and Ranges
Tin, Cper and Sbect Iron, Sheet Lead and Lead
Pipe, Galvanlied Iron Pipe end filling!, Brass Coals
all sires, Artesian Well and Irrigating Hpe. The us
ual Tin and Iron ware, Baths, CUett, Sinks. Wash,
stands, MatUe and Enameled Iron, lo stoik and for
Sale at rcasooaUe rates.
TsOamssass Ma. 811.
JUST RECEIVED EX SUEZ,
tcu llarrtls MESS HEKF.
y BaneU PRIME MESS PORK,
ion ttarr.1. BEI1 SALUOM. I
REFINED STGAK, sUpades;
PILOT sod MEDIUM BREAD,
MANILA CORDAGE, all sires;
SASAL conatttttif on kind.
AUa, m sarfnf (d site)
nxteacT kom ths nrnctAL roT
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In mntlrlerstitrt of the fatts .lerelnr.il In this mln-
alm,anil the pretnrMler.nre of elements of inher
ent and comnaratlYe merit a.l)ii.ljr. ty the
Jot!ra (each in irulepenilent juclemtnl) he.
Ing e.pul to ia per rent mare than th.
nest huheM eshihit, th.y Mee
found it esreeilinflir dlfhcult
lo make such a clastiftra
lion in degree as will
GIVE F.VF.N-HA.NUF.IJ JUSTICF. TO Al I
t anjvi.i to tin
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Massachuietts, U. S. A
A( firit-elai award and such other ietUI itiMlnetkin
diploma, medal, or award as is consilient with the tin
lies and obligations te" Ihe honorable .Sydney Interna.
linnalCommiuion, foe th. largest ami mmt comjjrte
eshibit of horological tnttmments etamlned.
They llo propow, as the only means by which their
appreciation of the merits of Ihe productions of this
company ran 1 adequately or equitably recognized by
the committee on Judging and Award, that a separate
first-claMaaard lie glten for Ihe time keeping qualities
of all grades of thee watches.
Alw, a separate tint-class award for Ihe perfection or
this syttem of watchmaking and the improvements In
Ihe mechanical parts of the watch, being notably In th e
main.pring and eoing barrel, the intent ufrty pinion,
the perfect epicyloidal form of alt the teeih of the train ,
in every grade of watch alike, and the iwnhronal ad
juttrncnt of the balanceprlng.
Also, a firtIass awartl for new mode of cumpemat
Also, a separate firet-claM award for the Improve
ments In caves, the numtwr of arllvtic forms and designs
uve.1, the beauty and elegance of their finivh, and ft
their new and indestructible method of enameling.
Alvo to Charles W. W'oenl, mechanical uperintend
ent Amencan Watch Company. Waltharn. Mats
t The following is the order of awards made by the
Sydney International Exhibition Commistion to the
American Watch Company, of Waltharn, Mas :
Gold and Silver Watches First degree) of merit and
low ami silver watches First negi
special mention: Cold Medal.
Timekeeping qualities of all grades of Watches First
degree of merit.
Perfection in Syvem First decree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances First deares of
Improvements, finivh and elegance of CavesFirst de
grce of merit.
Engraving, clia.ing and enameling of Watch Caves
First degree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit, special
lyThere being several worthless watches bearing
the marks of Waliliam Watches discovered within the
past seven months, palmed off on the public as genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
mM. WENNER & Co.,
9 Fokt Stseit, Honolulu, u. I,,
Have re-opened at the old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards.
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac
Ladies would do well to call and examine our stock ol
Bracelets. Ilrooches, Lockets. Earrings, etc,
which were especially selected with a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our buiiness we regard as an
mportam one, and all jobs entrusted to us will
be executed in a manner second to none,
Of every decriptV)o done to order. Particular alien
tion it paid to orders and job work from the other
Islands. While thanking the public for past
favors, wo return to hope that our long ex
pcrieoce in these Islands will enable us
to obtain a fair share of prtronace
In Ihe future.
"QuUk Sate and Small Profits,"
Is our motto, and we shall.keep In stock every article In
our line of business. 5-3
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. IB rrt Stressst, Ksvattlsjlss.
lUruiTII AND DUUI IN
I'nrtM, Atlnchmrnt; Oil ami AmtmrU.
ACIKT fUa Tll
WniT and the LiGHT.KuKNiNa Naw Hosts Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds
Cortkelra bilk. In all colon aad sins I
Harbour's Linen Thread, n
Clark's O. N, T. Machine Cotton. "
Afmt. Dtmtrttft Ktliabte Cut Puftr tillimi
IValer in Ktptes,
Guns and SrosTINO Goods,
Shot, Powuki, Can,
and MaTAluc Catrraitxjs.
KKMOMMfK HTItrttM, astf ill
Sewing-XlKhlne, Lock and Gun-Repelriim uroaualr
TJNION FEED COMPANY
have on hand and for sale,
MAY, OATS, BBAX. aUUUsXY
(hole or fretted,)
C MACK KB CHUM,
and in fact every thing pertaining to the I'eeJ lasalnaMa,
Orders front the IvLumIx will hav. n... n.r.. ..i
cartful attention. ' "
All orders lo La addrestavl,
UNION rEEII CO., HoooleJ
TtlephoM No. ;s. ' i.ji
JNOWLBS' STBAMAND VACUUM
C. BKSWSR c:t ACKNTS.
ilo. rJLu.11 . 7L.TT. !
Having on hand a full aad '--
cefcUauJ utatM, Itua ruainlav
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laruer Ikaa any sskaeat ykt of Mass laswtrtaaV
th. .11.1.1, 1 ml m bLmHlA.a .a..Cl. ..
li it sal aa)fL tJ aa.. i .. A I
Ue uUBHon uf tdaaiMS tlrtrwaiilii lii If.
la Waal riliniaiMj ssvassj
UaS HasVtt CataJMC HMUi
YK YOU WAKT A GOOD CLOCV
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