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VOLUME 111, NUMBER 45.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDA, JULY 7, 1883.
WHOLE NUMBER 149
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A Newspaper Published Weelsly.
13lUHlBS(ElfTlfl5$5.oo HtK,l W(i
$6 50 to $7.50. arrordntg 10 I heir destination.
i i in: in so.
Life Is loo brief for lulr, O king '
llnwAik nel loo .mall fur disrnrd seems ;
And, In the vaulted barKiet hall of dream.,
Ofl have I heard (tie muse, irr,phellc, sing
Of that glad hour when peace shall fold her wing
to sit, where plenty's grnered harvest leeim
Ami lift while ittue, eloquent of themes,
1 hal more manllnd, h dumb In discord's voice.
While love wllh life ami life with lose rejoice.
And it if your to lay shall this thing be,
Shall honor reign, or rank dishonor T Choose
The choice Is your, 'lis madness to refuse J
Outride, the menace of a foreign sea ;
Inside, the Judgment of a people free
The production of K,r ftl,c' 'ice
Ishnds his arrival 91 such proportions, to the
exclusion of almost all olhcr pursuits, lint one
visiting here to-day for the first time "field
perhaps be Interested to know what we pro
iluccil twenty or twcnls.fisc years nuo, when
those two staples were hut little cultivated.
A statement of some of the facts In this con
in ct Ion will show that the Islands arc capable
of producing something else besides these two
which now niomiiiolie attention. Well, we
had in some )cars as high as 300,000 pounds
of coffee j from Kawaihac alone in 1S59, wc
suit away 5,000 birrcls of Irish potatoes j rot
ton of a superior quality was at one time ex
ixirtcd in large iuantities. One scry import
ant article of export twenty years ago, but
which to-day has dropped entirely out of the
list and is unheard of, was piihi. This, as old
residents know, is a species of moss, or rather
a soft, downy suWancc, like cotton, that
grows on the large mountain ferns, whlcl;
abound particularly on the island of Hawaii,
at an elevation of from one to four thousand
fret. These ferns frequently attain to fifteen
feet in hlght. The pulu fern is found in
greatest abundance in the districts of llama
kua, Itilo, I'lina ami Knit, on Hawaii. The
pulu Is produced around the stalk, where the
stem of the leaf shoots out from the stock of
the fern, and only a small quintity, a few
ounces, is found on each plant, the growth of
almiit four scars. The lalior of gathering pulu
was scry slow and tedious. When picked, it
was wet, and had lobe brought down to the
lowlands to be dried. The until cs were cm
ployed in gathering it, men, women and chil
dren, lln'ng for weeks at a time in the moun
tains, in huts. The principal pulu dealers at
the time of which I am speaking were Messrs.
Aliel Harris & Co., consisting of the late C. C .
Harris and his brother Abel, and Trank
Swain, and they had depots in llamakua,
llilo and l'una, where they bad wooden
presses for baling the article for shipment.
The trade was reduced to a ssstcni. The bulk
was sent to San 1'raucNco, where it sold as
high as 14 cents per xuiid, nccording to sup
ply, sometime 25 cents, being used for mat
tresses, pillows and upholstering purpo-.es.
Australia, Vancomcr's Island (llrilish Colum
bia), and Portland, Oregon, also were custom
ers, for the article to some extent.
As an nitlclc of export, it only dates luck to
j8jt, in which )ear the quantity sent to San
Francisco amounted to only 2,497 pounds.
The following jear, however, owing to the de
mand, the export bad increased to over 27,
poo pounds, and went on steadily growing,
until in 1849, the annual export of pulu was
over 300,000 pounds.
It was. by a mere accident that Messrs. A.
Harris & Co. became engaged in the pulu
trade. They sued a storekeeper on Hawaii
for an account due, and, getting judgment in
their fasor, several thousand pounds of pulu
was all they coulil una to satisfy it. It was
then considered to be worth little or nothing
as an article of merchandise. However, they
'tried the experiment of shipping it to San
J'rancisco, where, after some dcla), it realized
38 cents per Kund. They at once decided to
commence the trade in pulu, which they prose
cuted with laige profits for a numlicr of sears.
In the summer of 1859, the first bridge was
liuilt over the Walluku stream, at llilo. H. A.
K. Wood (lie died in California some eais
since), who scry ably filled the office of super
intendent of public works, was the architect.
It was a suspension bridge, formed by four
chain cables, on which the framework was
erected, having a span of 1S2 feet, 22 feet
above the water, and a roadway 14 feet in
width. It did good service for a number of
In July, 1859, Mr. Andrew Oarntt, aiming
naturalist, visited Honolulu on his way to Mi
cronesia. This was .1 self-made naturalist.
Originally a tailor befoie the mast, Ills tastes
were decidedly In the direction of science, mid
by the aid of friends he was enabled to be
come a most successful gatherer of natural
curiosities, and gained a complimentary notice
from no Icis a scientist than Professor Agassii
of Harvard University. During his stay here,
he sent to the United Slates over two hundred
kjiecimcns of fish one hunched as Crustacea
(cralts, shrimps, etc.) j thirty of star fish and
sea-eggs j (went) of sea-slugs (biche-lc-mcr) i
of worms and all manner of ireeping things, a
Among the mercantile inlcrpriscs that were
prominent in 1859, but which are now mere
memories, was the guano trade of the Pacific.
We used to have two or time large ships at
Honolulu, liound cither to Janes, lUkcr's,
How hod's, McKcaii'k. Phoraix, Kndcrbury
and other islands, for cargoes of the fsrllluer,
which was shipped Itiuics- to iluiopc. The
visits of the guano thin at this port wcia
great help to trade, as the) purchased a good
many supplies, and left a considerable amount
of cash. Dr. Judd, after his retirement frouj,
office, was for a ituinlwr of years the aguit of
one Of the guano coniunIe of New soils,
Another company, the ' 1'hirnU Guano Com.
jvaiiy," was represented heir Ii) Messrs. L, A.
William Co, Old icsidciils will well ie-
mcmWr Mr, Williams, familiarly known as
"(Jus. Williams," a most genial man, and
thorough gentleman, lie Ixlonged to New
London, Connecticut, being a son of the well-
known Williams, a former lialchip owner J
Mr, Williams, who Is reported assay wealthy,
(snow Mtld W r residing with his family most
of the tiue In Italy,
The Fourth of julyiStl, was celebrated in
Honolulu with the usual enthusiasm, by the
Mm "of salute, dinnAs, addresses and pic
, His.' J. (. Ulatr, a prominent iiiemWr of the
bw of the supreme court, delivered an eloquent
tid'reu al Ibe Merchants Kxihange Hotel
(fckh stool on the site now occupied by the
Gaattts; lull Hrij) Mr. aUaJr was one of Ibe
fatal lwlm) k4 address )ur, and
t a rft- -
was withsl a ollheil gentleman alwais a
gentlcnnn. He sulnequtntl) went to Texas
on account of bis declining lienlth, and died
there. The Declaration of Indeiendcncc was
read by Cluils W. Vincent, for mm) scam a
master cariientcr of this cit). Mr. Vincent
was n man of fine personal appearance, lis
tened a deep, resonant tofce, and was an ex
ccllcnt reader. Ilcjieda few )cars later in
Ixiwcr California. One noticeable manner of
spcmfing I lie da) which I believe has been
generally followed cur since was a picnic
given to the Snnd.1) school children. This
took place at " Little Britain, the residence
of Capt. (!, II. Luce, where were assembled
all of two hundred juveniles, who ran and
jumped and ronicd and plain!, ale, drank,
laughed, sang, should I and made thcmtclics
happy, as childhood onl) can. Queen I jiima
was present with the Prince of Hawaii, then a
ienillarly bright Utile Imy.
Among the old residents whose acquiintancc
I made, shortly after my arrival in the islands,
there arc but few of whom I cherish kinder
memories than of Mr. Andrew Johnstone, the
schoolmaster. He was a Scotchman, a naliic
of Dundee, tall and brawny as a Highlander,
but a most gentle and amiable character. He
died at Honolulu, July to, 1859, aged 65 years.
The principal ficts in his life history are these:
He was assigned by Ins father a Scotch
I'rcsliiicrianof the old stamp for the Chris
tian mlnlsti), but being left an orphan when
quite oung, his father's views were not carried
out. At the age of nineteen, he left his
home for the West Indies, and resided for six
)cars in Port of Spain, on the Island of Trini
dad, cngiged in mercantile pursuits. After
spending n )ear at Tanipicn, Mexico, he
visiied the United States. In 1830, lie
received an appointment under the American
Hoard of Korcign Missions, and sailed for
these islands in compaii) with Messrs. Bald
win, Dibble and Tinker. In his engagement
with the board, It was understood that when
opportunity offered, he should devote his time
to laliors among seamen, a class which had
nlrridy begun 10 lie numerous at Honolulu,
and there was as)cl no seaman's chaplain
here. And so, on his. arrival, he bciran the
work of distributing bibles and testaments,
and otherwise laboring for the iinproscmcnt of
"the toilers of the sea." One Sunday morn
ing, while ouering.somc tracts lo ar. Intelligent
joung sailor belonging to a ship in port, a con
versation ensued, in the course of which the
sailor remarked: "Tlnrc is quite a number
of )ouiig children in Honolulu who want ) oil
to teach them." Mr. Johnstone at once Jold
him to invite all such to his house, and he
would teach them. This was the beginning
of what was for a number of )ears known as
the "Oahu Charity School," It rapidly grew
in public favor, and was taken under the care
of a committee of the foreign residents, promi
nent among whom were the late Stephen
Rc)nolds and Is. W. Holt. In 1S59, it was
known as the Honolulu Tree School, and was
maintained by the Hawaiian (.!n eminent. A
good many men and women in the islanc's,
half-castes and whiles, who base since arrived
at middle age or have passed 01 cr the riser,
obtained the first rudiments of their education
at the Oahu Charily School. Pupils resorted
to it from California. Mr. and Mrs. John
stone taught this school for twelve ) ears, and
in that lime who shall estimate the amount of
good they accomplished I After retiring from
the chanty school, Mr. Johnstone was en
gaged in a private school, and the last few
)earsof his life he again was employed in
mercantile, alTairs. Mr. Johnstone was emi
nently distinguished for integrity of character,
simplicity and singleness of piirosc, and hum
ble, unostentatious piet).
On the loth of July, a vessel foundered
some ten miles to the eastward of the island
of Molokal. It was thc.Anicrican bark J. II.
Lancaster, Captain Small, hound from San
Krancisco for S)dncy, with a cargo of rice,
quicksilicr, etc. Ten days out she sprung a
leak and put away for Honolulu. When
abreast of Molokai It was found that the leak
had suddenly increased, on sounding, five feet
of water was found in the hold, and the
pumps could make no impression on It, The
lioat was then got out, the (.hrr.iCrieter, ship's
paiers and a few provisions put into it, and
the kirk abandoned, being first headed for the
shore. Owing to ihe heavy trade,wind swell,
it was found impossible to-lay by I he vevsel,
and ihe boat pulled for the shore, liefore
reaching which the lurk was seen to careen
our and disapiear. The coast being ier)
lil 11 II, the crew 111 the lio.it were compelled to
pull some fifteen miles before a landing w,as
effected. They were kindly treated b) the
people of Molokai, and on the following
morning set sail in their Ik at lor Honolulu,
which they reached the same day almut 4 I'.-M.
A portion of her carm ;srcat.rcvl liiHm
anl hiought to thH city for exiMut,
rut: tiioi m.t: with rut: tukatv.
The Mmar coiinnluiun will nut cxrwrience
much Iruulilc In ascertaining that lanctlra of
sugar hasc been imtiortcil uiuler its cover from
IhcSamluicli HlaiuU which tlie treaty uaa not
(Icsijnctl to ailmit free of iliit). Tills result
has U'en ncciiiiiptishnl through a ruling of the
in-astir) ilciMitiiicnt at Washington, modifying
or setting aside ihe rules cstalilUhctl hy Col
lector Shannon at the time the treat) went into
cflect. The lucent collector has simply fol
lowed the rulings .sent for his guidance from
Washington. Under ihisc Washington rulings
initially refined sugar ha lieen admitted ilut)
flee. In this way Ihe work of rtlining hat
lieen transferretl from tliis cit) lo the islands,
w here lalior l cheaiwr. The coinmisMon will
doulitlesa coinpii'liend the difference lntwei'ii
the roulu of aiiobtion of a treat) and the
necessary results of the treaty itelf. The
iiuestion ftfthe desiraliility of the treaty I not
in a remote degree all'ected hy the fact that
esil results follow it. iolation, unless it can lie
shown that the treaty Is of such a character
that a violation of its provisions cannot be
prevented. 1 here U no difficult) of this Miul
In the application of the provisions of the Ha
waiian tieat). It has U'en violated, Imleilhir
through stupidity m dishonnl). A atandaril
for ilctirmining the quality of sugar canirry
easily U- devisul, which will limit iuiHiilatioiis
free of .Hit) lo the brand contemplated hy the
fraiueitof the tn-uti The irrs-nl of ihe Uland
nlanti-rs In tiiinoilinir Chinese coolies lodo
lluir wsirV has dcpiiviilthe ttiaty of much of
us iotiiie value. , cime commercial rela
tion with a country whose working population
U senile, and coiueipjcntly III paid, l not de
sirable. There is no real reciprocil) In a com.
mcicial licaty U-lwccn a country like the Uni
ted Mates,, and a csmnlry the larger iiroiurtion
of whuc iwpukilion i praciiolly in a condi
tion of slavery. The Hawaiian Islands will
never liaie a laige value as purchase, ol Amer
lean tuoducis-while llici- are iK-ohlol liyChi-
nec. We may !nivirt their products free of
ilut), Hut tncy win purenase nut tittle 01 us in
return. Kruin a political point of slew, the,
islands may assume a much greater imjiorUnce.
II tlie) are wurtti noiinng to Us as a uiaikei lor
our products it may t worth while to pie.
serie ihe present relations, 10 present them
from, falling Into the hands of some Kuiopeao
nation, wiusii ai mjiuc iuiuic nuie may lie iisn
tile to us. The sugar commission has nothing
lodo with this part of Ihe question. The
poiul for the commlsSMW liikeeu in view is
Ilut there is no necessary relation ltv ceo vio.
lations of ihe lrly uuder orders from Wasli
inglon and the treaty itself. A good niany
wkc laws Hoduce bad results through vicious
aduiinUtHtieo- mm t'wuciiti Coil,
p W, LA1NE.
tM.i.iiif.v;( or nr.r.iti
for the Slate of Cahfornis, for die Hawaiian Island.,
and Ueneral A(enl lor Ihe Pacific Mutual I ife In'
surance Company of California, Ml
IA!LUAM 0. SMITH,
t) Mbiiunt bminti IloNoitti',
tr R. CASTLE,
ATTOItSI'.V AT I, A II,
Ami Notary Public. Attends all Ihe Courts of the
Ml InST StafcKT, IIONOIltt , I
AimitSliY X U1VS.HKI.I.0H AT I.A
RS, CUMMINCS A MARTIN
Orncrt cornpk Port ssd IIkkktamia Srs
sumiKoys ash iio.vwi'ATiitc rttv-
Office Hours Until g A.M., anil from 1-3 and Cijo-8 r-.M.
TNO. A. IIASSINGER,
Intfbiob Orpicr, Honouu,
Afinxr to takk AVKSori.t:iHir.'
menlH In Vanlrilcl for .ncVor. 3
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
J l'ltr.StVIAX nml .1UIMKOX,
Hotel street, lietureen t-'ort and AlaVea ureell
r'rom 7 to la a. m ; t lo 4, and 6 lo 8 p. tn
lou tf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN H. PATY,
Hovoiiiv, Oxnt', II. I.,
XOTA HV VUHI.IV A.VIH'OMM IMHiO.VHIt
for the State of California and New Vorlr. Office
at the Hank of llishop K. Co. 1
O M. CARTER, "
HoSOIt'lt, Hi I.,
Alir.XT TO TAKE AVKSOWl.RIMIK-
Mrittn to Voiitrttrtl lo l.thor.
Office at Pacific Mall Steamship tlock, K.plaietde. 15
WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
HONOUU', H. I,,
ItESTAL ItnOUS O.Y FORT HTKKEr,
OlTuc in Urtwer' Illtxk. corner Hole And Fort
Mreet. entrance on Hotel Street, i
B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, Hj 1.,
ntrsicfAX axo svnaEox,
TEtKftlOVK NDMRtK I4Q.
Ofhce hours from SH to 104 a. m.; J4 lo 3H p.
umce ana residence number s, nu
corner Fort street.
T YCAN ft JOHNSON,
105 and to? Koht Sntt-PT,
Importer nml Jteulrr tn nil html of
Mnic Uooit, Fancy Oootl,
I'urniiure, CKilrs, Sewlnj; Machine., Mirrors and
Mirror Plate, Picture Frames and Cornice made to
order. 137 jr
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
(trnrrut .Wemtnttleuml Commtton Affrnt
Qrti-v Strki-t, HoNOit'iu.
Officers P. C Jones jr., president and maniger;
Joseph O, Carter, treasurer and secretari. Directors:
Hon. Cltartes K. Itithopand H. A. P. Carter; Henrj
Ma), auditor. t ia3
Shift f'tirprntrrt Spar Mithrv anil CaalKrv
No. 9 QufcEN Stri-ft (below HonoKitu Iron Vorl)
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
NUI'AM SrKUT, HONOUU.,
IIII'OIITKIIS A.Vit C031.MISHI0X MKH-
RS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. I04 FrtHTbTKKKT, HoNOLV'Ll', ,
FASHiOXAHht: UKKSS AXU f'l.O.IA'-
Jf alien 20
M. G. IRWIN ft Co.
HoNOU'Ll, II. I.,
sraAit'i'ACToits .i.vi vommiskiox
CI AIS SI ifrckEL-S, I W, ( IRMIM.
r-yi-LINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 KoKTSritKiir. Honoluu.
imvomtkii.s .i.vi it:Ai.t:tts IX II A lilt-
mil-', Vutleryi Too.,
Taints and Oils. And General Merchsiulite l
PIERCE & Co.
Mill' CHAXItl.KICi .I.VI CO.HMISSIIIX
Asents fur llrantl's Guns aiul llomb l.snccs anil Per
ry liavi.' I'aln Killer. i
J A1NE A Co.
HOSOLCLU, H. 1.
VOMMlSStOX MEHCUAXTS IMVOU
ter and lieatrr In
Hay, Grain and Oeneral Produce.
E. MclNTYRE BROTHER.
Cuk, Kincanu KciKTferh., llosouii,
ukovkhv AXJt i-ki.-ii si out:, i
Ql fcKN SraKIIT, HONOLIIU, II. I,,
41KXKHAI. fOMMISSMOX AIIUXTS.
CD. HOPFSCHLAEGBR ft Co.
IIOMILI'LI', OSHV, 11. I.,
ivroitrtius .i.vi cohmihiiox mkii-
P A..SCHABFER Co.
llnMlll'l f, llASSAUSNlst-ANPS
IMI-OHTKHX .I.VI COMMIM1IOX MKII
( rAflHr. 1
Coa. I'nr AsniiiUhN Srs., IIomiui ui .
lA'MHf.lt, r.UXVH, OIl.H. XAII.S,
iiH-l HulUUg Material, of rrrry klml. i
P P. ADAMS,
Qiikk SraniiT, llnMii'ii,
.1 rvrtoxt.nu a .vi commihhiux k.
A S. CLECHORN Co.
luruatku AMD Dkaiuks N
Coiner Queeu and Kaahuuunu Streets, Honolulu,
OOLLBS It Co.
Qiihn Smaar, HiinoI-i ui-, II, I.,
JIM II- VIIAXIUKHH .I.VI COM. VI SSI OX
liitiurlcra and Ikalers lu Oeueral Icishaisdue. I
VAHi'EXTEH ami MOHAWK.
AU kUbls of Jobbui t ptuuiptly attended to.
TfUlKMrt N), 130, WiUUmoi)t IrtiMft Omce,
Shop No 4 KLog strttL ioS
pBOPLE WILL GO
from ruci: io puck,
Hu)Ing poor Tobacco auj Clears, capstctln la get t
pooo (ufttAt. Thcs wtigU as tll try to it wool
b) khatiug a hydraulic ram. TW ltug aa'iw dout.
Has lh U CiOAH,Toasccu and all V'usdspT
bin) V in- Uooi Iji In. nuiWtl, at
Js. it rORT STREET. HONOLULU.
YITAIL-UKU POI FACTORY,
' U'MUKl-, MAVI, II. I.
UmI QnmHIt tf ratal Mmuftlrr4 Ctf
AU orsWt MM nub dutk
GRINDAUM & Co.
Mskprs Hlock, QvrtH SraRFT,
niroiiiuitsAM) it iioia:iaia: in:
era fn llenrrril MrrchtlHttlnr,
IV S. GRINDAUM ft Co.
i4 CAUrnxiM Sr.i San Kranciko.
iinnr.iitttisu J$i iOMMtsstos
Special facilttlM for nit., 1
ciai faciittiM for ami pArtt
MgnmenU of ILiul produce.
rticuiar Attention paU to
Su. Itl KORT STKKItt, Hi(OLliL
rer, ttmt Ittttmnwt Srttm
All order j faithfully tetuteil. 32
AWRENCE & FREETH,
fOX I HJt.'TOHM,
VUm nd Ktlmates furnUlied for Woik of Gun-
Mmclin, ( JH r rw.neer.njr nml Sunelii(f. Oifice,
coruer of llAlekaumli and Kilauea trcrtf ntxt
to Wtdeminn'tbtlclc arelwue.
P, O. Hov 101.
So. ii4 Tort .ST.idrroftTr I'ANtitiuiM Starips
hoot.isi) sitoinr.tKttii. hoots ixt
Shorn mnttr tn'itrttrr.
Of test nt.1tm.1I at renwinaMe m. anJ fot CaO. a
OLLISTER ft Co,
WnotFLr Avn KktH
httrontsTs j.wt to ha f vox ihts.
So. 59 Nuttanu street, Honolulu, H. I. t
No 18 Ntt'ANl SrFKT, HomolIjli , H. I.,
i'mrtlctt! Vhtmhi'!, (la Fitter ntnl r;
pertmtth. 1'articutar attention jkiuI to trie littmt; up of the
Springfield Cm Machine. 1
P H. OEDING,
F.j-prr n tut DrfiyutttH,
Freight, Package, and RiKRae delivered to and from
itll wirt$ of Honolulu and ticinh). Careful at
lention paid to tmniiie 1'urnilure, with
U'AOO.VS KXPKKSShV 10R THE PUKPOSL,
telephone 86; resitlence JJ5 Punchbowl street.
OtT.ce 86 King street. 106 tf
PHILLIPS ft Co.
untt HjoiVjmiV Healer -In Clothtny, Hoot,
Minee, Hat, Mens Fmnishing Goods,
Kane) Goods e,Ci
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
(- F. WOLFE
Honolulu, H, 1 ,
aitocEitr, fkko Axn Fitonsiox
Would lite heads of families, board inghoute keeper
and other to know that he at all time sell at prues
lowest of the low Order solicited and goods prompt!)
delivered in any part of the city or suburb. Number
109 King Street, betwi en AlaLea and rortSts. t-Cm
A17-ILLIAM O. SMITH,
So. 153 MKKCHANT STRKKT, HONOLULU,
(Itallislied In 1879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks, Bonds and similar
securities buiight and sold on
Commission, Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, H. I., October ibt, 18S2.
fASTLB & COOKE,
No So. King htKhKT, Homiiuu, II. I.
Shipping and Co mini ton Mrrchantt
Importers and Dealers In
'Ihe Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
Ihe Alexander & Italdwm Plantation.
K. Halstcad, or Waialua Plantation. t
A. H. Smith & Comuam, Koloa. Kaiul
J M. Alexander, llaiKu, .Maui.
'Ihe Haiku Sur Company.
1 he Kofiala .Sujr Company,
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Llue.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes ft Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox A Glbb's. Singer Manufacturing; Company
Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machines. 1-1
f-HARLES T. OULICK,
Ar.KNT TO TAKE ACkMJW LR IK, MP MS TO I.AhiiK
RKNERAI. HUS1NKSS AOKNP,
Otfice in Mackee's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu
nianu ureets Honolulu. cty
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
nitolraalr ami ttrtalt llrom.,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh Kroscrie. and proslslons of all kinds on hand and
rtselsedreularls Tiom Kurop. and America sshlch
will be sold at the losses! market rales.
Goods dclisered to ans part of the ell)' free of cluuve.
1 slauil orders solicited and iironilit attention mill be
glien to the same. 113.1)
fJOHG LEONO &. CO.,
Nut anu StalKT, Co. M saa,
Ayrnt. for MmihuI .Httyar, I'alama lllrr
And Kallua Ktcc 1'lantation and Milt iaa-i)
THEO. H. DAVIBS ek Co.,
(1.ATK I SMON, OaeKH & Co.)
iMroitrmi, ioiuiihmiox mkiuhiaxi
anil Agent or
Llcurd'a and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company,
And Northern Assurance Company.
A W. RICHARDSON A Co.
UirtKTui.s ami Dtfst-aas in
hoots, mioks, ri'iixisiuxa nooim,
Ifiif., C'ii, TriinK.yalle.f
l'crfuniers and Soans. Wf.lthaiii Watches. Fine less.
tin. etc., cor ol Fo(t and Merchant str.eta, Hon
olulu, n. 1. 1
- B. WILLIAMS,
lUISSKIKK SMI IlKAI-BB IS
1'1'tt.Vf ri'MK OfKI-KKV StKSCHII'TION
.Ifao Vjikaltlerer mI .WnMWri4r.r.
Furuitur. WareisAnns No. lo. Port Street. Vs'oek.
hop at old stand on Hotel Mitel. All orders pronily
K icnueu so. 4
V'AUOILtlLI POI FACTORY,
A. K. KUNUIAKK., I'ropii.ior.
lir.S I' I'AI Al put up to order la any siI. desired;
luu-d. suA, or id barrels. Orders through Us. posl-oftc
Ulll hasc prouilil attention, sshclher toe cil) or ether
pas is 01 in. iiULims. lr)in
JOHN T. WATERHOUSB,
" Qina SraaaT, Homiuu, H. I.,
IMVOKTKH AXlt IIKALKK IX
pLACSI FLAGS 1 1
Inssenl'us AMERICAN aial HAWAIIAN,
t'ssal.ai T (I. (IIKIIMS 'orsiie.t Stose,
P I. NICHOLS,
No. io. i'oar Smear, lb.ui.i.M',
eiriJ. KXaiXKKK AXO COXTMACTOU
For th Conarsicttors of RaiUsiod
Mills Iiao-Juiiis, Iiou, Woodcts and Corabtuailaii
Hrtdges, Vudoas and sup.asJA HrU(a
for Caue llwasn. i.o
Ni-waia Hor.L Sunt,
MMALS HKMi'KO AT Ai.L
,SfsUl itiass U reejulae Uiaeders. 'H ools" faiia
Ue mai roots us lo M I iitiei.
No. 99 MrncHS-iT SriocT, lloMtu.1 tf. II I.,
I.UVIIIIII-IIS or (I K. UHA I. M HUVItA .v.
'If. from 'rrti-e, Ritrtutt,
Germany and ih I'mted States. r
ji6AMiiii3Csuirijn.xls Smmtr, S (',
rarliiuttr jlllentiun psid tii fttlinjt and llilppinfr II
snd orders. i
T WILLIAMS & Co.
iei aii 104 fn.1 SmmtT,
FitUuesof ill sizes and kinds made to order, and
frames of all rlesrr!llons contlantly on hand Al'o
Corals, Shells and Curiosities of tlie I'lKiiie 9
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Dnilfrt In Ltlmbrr nml nil ktmU of lliilhl
hin Miitrrlnl; I'aluln, Oil; Xnlli, ilr,,
Aftents of schooners
llaleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluolil, Mary Ellen,
, Uilarria, P.uahl and Leahl.
At Kobtnvm's W liarf. t
T YONS & LEVEY,
Aurltonrtiit (ilrvl I'.mtttlailloll .Ufrrirl'.,
UrAvrR rtUK.;, Qcekn Srair, Honoiilc.
Sales oTKurnllure, Stoclt, keal K.tnte and General
Merchandise nromptl)' attended to. .Sole azents for
American and I'uronean merclnndise. 1. l.)ons,
u8-)r j I. Jf l-eve).
'-pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
HoNnmir, II I.
Iter', !, Mutton. I.anttit Fotitfrf
Cuiifiantly on hand, and of choice it quahtj Pork.
San wr e, Ilolonna etc, alwa)s on hand Our meat
are nil cut and put up in haitern t)le. All orders
faithfully attended to, and delivered In an) part of the
cit). Shop on Hotel .Street, between Union and Fort
Street. (406ml O. KAUIM. Proprietor.
liOVHK anil StOX FAMXTKlt,
Vatkk Han(,f, etc,
107 KUig street, Honolulu
84 King; street,
i And Importer of American Jewelr) of every riecriv
lion, (fr'ormerl ol San Krancisco, California.) 50
T EWERS & COOKE,
ISltCKSSOkSTO I.MsrkS& DlCKSl.N,)
IMI'OIITKII.H AXlt IIKAlAUt.l JX I.VJI
tier nml all hlntlM of Hullilliio Mttterlalm.
Fort street, Honolulu, H. 1. 1
P O. HALL SON,
CoKMtN For- ami Kimo Strfkts,
lill'OHTKItS, IIKAI.KU.H IX II A U II-
irare, liry UooiIh, Valuta,
Oils and General Merchandise. 1
IkT W. McCHESNBY & SON,
LKATIlHIl, III1IKS, TAl.l.Oir, AXlt
Agents for the Ko)al SonpCuian). Na 4a Queen
street, Honolulu, H. I. 9
" C. COLEMAN,
IIOMJLII.I, II. I.,
Ill.Ar,KS3tITU, 3IACUIXIST, OAlt
rlage Work, Home Shoring,
riantation Machiners, etc Shop on King street,
next to Castle & Cooke s. 1
No. 8 Kaahumanu street.
Tin, Coppar and Sheet Iron Worker,
MUShS A.11I KA.M.I-
of all kinds, riuuibers slock ana metals, house furnish.
ing Konds, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
OAT & Co.
SATFMAKEltS. FLAGS OF ALL i9E-
wlptttm mrtflfrtHif repaired.
leofi in A. K. Cooke's new fire proof building, foot ol
Nuuanu Street ?4
IlOMItl It, II. I,
FiOXF.EH STEAM M.Vir JUAXVFAC-
tory ami ilahrry.
, Practical Confeciuir, l'ttr Cook aiul HaVer.
Numler7i Hotel street, Letecii 1'ort and Nuuanu
p ENOLING A Co.,
Nil. J Nt,L'AL SrKKRT,
TJXMMirilS AXH.FIA'MHKHS, HEAL
er tn Store, tlanyct Tin, v
T W. CIRVIN.
Waiukv, Maui, II. I.,
VOHMIHSiOX MKItVHASTrAXO flK.V
rral Dealer In Ory flood,
Groceries Hardware, Stationery, P-ient Mtnlicines,
Perfumer) and (jlaswarc. 1
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Hnsoii'i.P. H. 1. 1
STEAM KXOIXKS, HOtLEUS, SVOAH
Mill, Cooler, Iron, Hra
And Lead Cattni
iv 'Madunery of rr dt.itptin
Particular attention paid to bhip
ub work eKccuteU on tlie shortest uo
made to order.
pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
kok sirnisu i.v iikick.
ft. ENGLfXa .1- Co.,
AV, J XliHJHIt .St., pm.'mm, If, .
Sots aems for llsec Ulands. llsc Wst couaintf ao
paralus for the llanlaiion, Hotel or r'anul).
KANUKS it r'lXllKKS u.l, as
111 Hlllrr HotUll,
Urate Hart, Kir,,
Al.a)s in siosk.
Ka4icit direcllons for seltint; up acroinun) .srr)
Cirtulart an. I'riiti on afflimllm, uj-yr
It, K. rrt'K. PraprUt.r,
lUslng btnshased the llotel-Slreet MaiVei I IrW
pleasure in annouiHtn, thai I ssiU gisc ih. business lay
ersoiul alieiulon. and hop. lo supply ih ssanls of ih.
puuicol llonolulu In a talislattor) luaimer t
saw, MVTioir. veal, lamb,
OniER KINDS Or'MKAl 0R 1 II K IAIU.E
AtHAt CS HAH Ik.
? MOM FT HELtFEItV MA UK
OKIU-KS lAlvKN UV ThLKPHONK
TtUAXiosr, No. J3V 131
if. CiMACHO, freritter,
No, tt lluiii. Siit, H.-Voulu, II, I,
JaTresIa ml H kaun, nil U. faW mjtlleH
irMA Ihe he the mmrkrl esfcnla.
hHC. 8. THRUM,
iHroariNC Aim MaxiACTvaisa
MTAXHtMHII, MWM AUKUT, MIXTKM,
Nits, la! I
ISHOP A Lo.
lloioutt l I,
Draw nschaniteonthe BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and theit ajents in
Ml.SSKS. M M. HOrilCIIIl.11 It SONS', lonim.
The ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION 01
London, and their Lranirie In
And transact a generil Hanking Husiness, i
JOSEPH B. WISEMAN
Ifl.M I. sr.l TH llltOKKIl A XII f." MI'I.O I'.
Items Uonms, Cstae., Houle4,aud sells aod'leases
Keal Kstate In all parts of the, Mnedom, Lmplo) rnent
found for those seeking ssork In alt Ihe various branches
of business connected ssith these Islands. 1 e,al docu.
menu drawn, Hills Collected, Hooks and Accounts kept
and general olTite work transacted I'atronaite solicited.
Commissions moilerate. 14
r W. MACPARLANE at Co.
Cor. Fost and QtKRx SraKprs, Hnvnit u,
fiitlinitrrn ami f'rtiiinl union Mrrehantn
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay ft Co.'s Llrerpool Line of Packets
The Walkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, HUo
Hakalau Plantation, Hllo
Mlrlees, Tait ft Watson. Su,ar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
(SIHIMTKK ASH DkaI KR l
III.ASSlrAUK, MMIIIIIKX XIIA'KH l'I.,l
tvtt Ware, llrarkrtn, Vane.,
KIur's Combination Spectacles ami KjefiUsses,
Lustral Wire Ware, fancy .Soaps, I'iriure Frames, Pis
tols, Woslenholm. Pocket Cutter), Powder, Shot and
Almiumlion, Clark's Siool Cotton, Machine Od, all
kinds of .Machine Needles, "llome-.tic' Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the unisersal!) acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sesrlnc Machine,
No 44 Fort afreet Honolulu.
tMAMI'AUXR CI Milt MAXI'I'ACTimr,
No. 13 I.ILIHA SrRFKT, HoilOLl'Ll,
llils heallh-!nsli;oral!n besera;e Is for sale alall the
leading saloons in the cily. Orders from the other
islands promptl) attended la 13.
HAWAIIAN INsEST.ME.ST ANI AflENCV
CoinKiny, (Idmiled )
On !tM-cUi securities for lonu or short period.
Apply to V. U (iRhKN, Manner n trm.
OtTice Quen Street, oer G. W. Macfartane & Co. M
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
1 he tinderIj;ned has recent!) fitted up
In rleg-int t)le, the larje roomy Cottage formerl) be
lunging to the I-emon estate, on Nuuanu street,
te)ond the Commercial Hotel premiei,
for the purjKKe of conduvtinjj
A auprlor Fiodgltig Houa.
The name of this pleauuu retreat J the "WHITE
iiuuAu. 11 cannot ie urpaueu in the kingdom for
comfort and cleanliness.
'IHE GROUNDS AK1. SPACIOUS
and ornamented wilh -shade trees.
iVrsou of reuectabilltv mas al.s L uir nrrhr.
ful home there. A ittiniixoin U et apart for the con
seiiiencc of Ruesu. A FEW MORE ROOMS AKK
ALA7 1. lenns alHa4 moderate.
MRS. J. T. WIIIli; Proprietor.
Mat Man of our rcaileni will remember Mrt. V'lTie
ai proprietor of the Iodin house on Kort street, ad.
ioiiutii the Pantheon Stables, which was uch a com
urtat'ie home under her management. iia-im
EVILS OF PAINTING
THCI R REMEDY.
It has been a!d ntth much trutht too, that houw.
I aiming inyhl, with study and anuirement of taste,
resume its rank at a hia in." -PaMteri' Mjixat.
reliemi: the above to be true, A. II. KERKliainow
re-orKanucd his i)teln of working the bu&ines in
Honolulu. In the firtt place, he has secured the snlce
of that celebrated artist, Mr, Max Kohn, formerly of
San ranclvco, whose work In the line of
Flaln and iiccttratlre Fatter-Ha nylnat
r'rescoinz, etc., U up to the prtkcni time unsurna-swd
and, on that Ulands, ha nc.cr been equalled. For
Iteuje-ramtine jobs, nrst-cU mechanic, only will be
In future, patrons can depend upon my fulfilling
eei) order on the num scientific lasts' known to the
SIGN.PAINIING ANU LKTiKKING
Deiortment will be permanently presided over by Mr
Giiikr,KSrKArMkfvK (further comment uni.c-r.n)
P. S. Send fur dctafn of frttcos. fur cItiiirs miul
cor nice something new; and If ou want in) GIau
pui ui, can i fue
"TiOKH" FAiXT STOHK,
N11. 78 Kir.n SrnKar.... , Hi.M.LVi-u
OOKSI BOOKS) BOOKS I
Tka HawaiUa laUmtU mm Ota FaaUW.
sosii- or hiiich sea
ElusV Coivmsisn Kij.kss.cmss . 1 volumes
A Tuva in Hsvaii . ,v, , Kills
A Jul'iiMit Km wis tii. Wnaiu (j vols.) , ..Simpson
Oi'a J.HkssLls ma l'sciri; Eardley.Wiluioi
Su Mosnis lis Tin Sandmih I.ianks .Miss Bud
iHfc l'oLSNisiAs RACfcfvol. 1) . . , . Fomandrr
l.lrs."s l.i'C li.liH'KsTnu,
Jasvis' Histoid or Tiia Hawaiiax Islamps.
IlaM.r'TT's Skntncs or IIass AlneArii.
Hawaiian AtUANAC AkuAhnraLs.. . iljs-iU.
Hassaiiasi F.M-4h. .... , . . I, Uaitey
Hawaiian I'll. I'Ataas.
rna sais v
Him rilOMAii 0. THRUM,
HOPP Co., 74 KI04 sUeet,
Iutf,ttri mJ .mnfMluttrt t
Kvsrfjr eUaarlyUaa aT raraltssa-a,
To tm. LaiMsst-Tii-uadiigt, TasmIs, Cieip. Sills
Lord-la evry stsaUe rarsor !sss reuaed,
svseresl, poliiJtai aad saada e)al so
new, MlresMa re-auuU aiad
cleaned ei dun
Wt M.T aatas tar tVrt-cUa assess aa4 asairale
Foa' PoarAL of laMavat,ir
'Irt-W HattUajaaaL Jaat MOlssat
HAMBURO-MAODBBURG FIRE 1NSUR
ance Company of Hamburf.
"A JAMW&i AGRXT
ttmldniii, Merchandiv, 1-urnitiire and Machinery
Inmred kfatnt Hre on the moM favoribte terms, t
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
pany of Berlin
A 4 SCit f,rKfl fr Ca. AGKTS
Ihe aboe Iiurat.c Company, ha erfahlithed a
General AgemV here, and the umlerMi;ned, Genersl
Aitems, ar author Itetl lo UVerUiVsaRaln! the danger
of the heas at the mmf, rtafonable rates and on the
mot fatnrable ferin
QRBMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
Al-o agents for h
Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Tor the Hawaiian Ittand
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
. 4 SCHAF.PKA tn, AURST.
! I abo e 1 nurair. Company hat e Mublishf d a t.en
eral Asettcy here, ami the aboe tinned. General A ftentt,
are a.Jihorueu' to take KUkv against the dangers of the
Sea at the mot reaonil le late, and on the mW t
AMBURCBREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
, A SttfAfiFER & tV., H7AW TS.
Ihe sboie firm having hetn appointed .tifeni rt hi
company are pre par fit to inure ruhs against Ijre on
.itonc ami iinck building ana on nrrcnin.
therein, on the maft fi vorahle term.
apply at their omce.
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg
, ACKFFLP iV f.( Aftnte.
Cniiaiand Reene .- Keichvtiurk t,oro,vn
" their Re-Insurance Lompanie " toi ,650,01V.
'Ihe Agents of the .lUe Company, for the Hawaiian
IkUnU, are prepared to tnMireJ.uiMing. hurtiiture,
Meixlutiidite aiul Produce, Machiner), etc., aIo Sugar
and Rice Mills, and tevaeMi, the hirlmr aaint Ion
or damage by hre, on the moM faturahle lermv 1
BW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ance Company of Boston,
CASUS & COOKE, .K7A-.VS-
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Vollete. In.ueit on ihe mont I'arorahle Term.
MAStrt. or -e-isi-ltiBf fiti nr rlss
Insured ag. 3) years orilinarr life plan
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy 1 years, la '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, .7 "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy years. ,i '
5 Annual premium, continue Policy loyears.sa "
Atari, - $j:t,iOO,OO0.
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $49,00.
LONDON AMD PROVINCIAL
Fir Iaunarsuioa Co.
SnhiKrlheil Vapllal .... 9.Z.OOO.000
The abose Company hase now esuhlished an aienC)
here, and are prepatett to tale risks on prop
erty of esers description uilhin these
J T. WATKRIIOUSE. Jr..
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPAHY
of New York.
II It.DF.R & Co., ACE.VTS,
lUirgeut, Safe.l and mo.l Economical Life
In.uranre Company In the H'orlil,
CASH ASSETS OVER Sorj,ooo,ooa
For further infortnation concerning ihe Company,
and for rates of Insurance appl) 10 the Agents, or to
J. K. Mtnan. Solicitimr Agent 1
NORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. IIACKFKr.ll - Ct., jcxxrs.
Ol-ital and Keserse . HeHhfiisirk 8,830,000
" theirRe-lnsuranceCrsniiciii.es,' 35,ocssooo
Ihe Agents of the ahove-Coniuny, (or the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepuied 10 insure Ituildinjs, Furuilurc,
Mertiiandi and J-rosluce, Machlikr), etc., also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and sessels in the harbor, agaitut lo.s
or damage bv rue, on the most fasorable terms. 1
QOSTON BOARO OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BfHI'EK & c..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOAf.D OF UNDER
C. flKKUW & la.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER.
slcherunga CeseUschaft of Wlnterthur.
. HACKFELO Cf (."., WC.VT.1,
Capital of the Company , francs 5.000,000,000
Ihe Agentsof the abuse Coins.iiy. ft. the Ilaisalian
Islands, ar. prepared lo insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and l-ruduce, Machiner), etc., al.o Sugar
and Kice Mills, and sessels in tlie harbor, against los
or damage by lire, on th. most fasurable terms -
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE
anci Company, (Limited)
rJfCO. , HAI'ffCS, AGR.XT.
'llitf etl'ovc iiytiit hat rcctiwd iitrut,tiou lu re
Jure (lie rate of Inuraivcc between Honolulu and
Fortn the Pacific, ami it now prturctl to lue poll
dm a( th Iocki ratru, ih a idal rctlucitonon
frtlfclit rtt tvtraincra. r
THB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globt Inaurancc Companj,
IUStQPSr CV., ACWrS.
h mMH lBj6,
VnUmOed LlitbUlty to Stockholder.
RMnr. - . ,7f.f
Iiomi. hik i8;g
Prtusluau rtcohtd aftr dt4uctlon of rt-
Lntur&AC S .),
Ia4 frouirtl) djitcii Miul tAiii btr,
UNION MAR1NB1NSURANCE COMPANY
of S&n Fr4vncltco.
CAXTIK V CCOA'h AGA'XfS,
lncoriara),ctl Aj$. 1
UBRICATINC OILS. ,
i.ubi iiixtiug oils.
Wt .livln locall aiitulcHi lu thf hM HsxloOILS
which wc now ha.c mi hamt, tot.iprititj(
1 ihe foUiinst
Twmk OU. U mUtlM U att
lrti Oil, In turcl ami C
CyluwUr otl. In; bsurtlf mint in t.iuc V
Csttsiorotl, (ioqulHvt)iri ct
paraisino 0(1, in tturtH
che aitkle fur Uihi-runntiiaj puchiiuMt ajkl, for
ao1 ttfct. Mly ttfiul Iftth moii n penal UU
K ALW kkKf K SKnVII
SKHKJAIK OH,, iHCaWtla
TWoWt -MtU fio vhait'i User. J U full) cual
lo Urd, umI U much thcaptr
PARK I.UHKICAUNO OlUinUir.Uj
Juu tilt thii).; ft Su4r salUU.C-vn CufUr auj Ci
Of tuytlov luu.Mitf laaH-hiocry, twul at half iht
pflc of h polvff Uf mw !a u.
In auleJiiUm to ahuvt, k
ttsUOMi (VI tioattcf , NpAdart I uurfti,
aSutylbo. Otl. UaUw. iU tw
liati OU lu quaAlUtstt to 4U.
eVisJ of thr Ua qualiiU. Alto, coftuantly on lunJ,
la od aad dry. ane) Wstee Lr4 aasl Mint, of
eMareM Ssaii.s. J. a received
Jsu she rUesc to csu HUo geass.
PLOWS ANU AtiRICUI.'NMLM. IMFLKUKNlti
efevef) dwrrstetsm wsealoea lOsnuliosw
HOfCC WIRK AND MAHtrWAHK all V.
aV sf'WaM ' IMsV '-"'
.jaaf P iW.ssssajaf.saaMH.,
jj w. Severance,
Jl CAllroHNlA Sr.,CAL-,(Ri)OM No. 4)
ii.nr.in.ix voxm-L x voxxiastox
TJARNDBN ft Co
j Saiuosui Sr , .NKAa (.AtiroaKiA, S. F.
Cmnnil..lnn .rfrrriXHfe. 1
pRANK It. AUSTIN A Co.,
Orris. No. soCAuroams Stnrar, S. I'.,
IOMMI1SIOX Atlt:.T.i 4 I OHM-AMD-
Lonsijnnients from the llaaaiian Islands desired.
Ihe best prices warranted and sales guaranteed 4
HARLES BREWER A Co.
; Kims- Starat, IIhstok,
AIIK.TH Ol' IIAWAI1AX r.iCKKTt,
llrnrrnl f'ommt..lon Agent..
Social attention tsen to the purchasing tf foods fur
Ihe lla.ailan trade. Freight al lowest rate. 1
PIANOS AND OKOANIt
io,io I'UnosJ 1,000 Organs; use half ( buy 01 tie
manufarturers; fromil, lo$iocij cash, rent.
nr Installmenli t catalogues free.
ANT1SKI.L rnrn.. l.,L.i .n.1 ISnu.ll Q.. r .
clscn ' A.
DALMBR A REV,
SCOTCH TYPE POITXSKIU.
The lirgesl anil only complete Tjpe Foundry
I'rimers' Warehouse on the Haclfic Coa.
OS and as7 Leldeidorn and
SH Commercial atreeta,
SAN FRANCIVO, TA1.
s e Veep on hand the lirijel .tost of American Fancy
ype eserlept on this crasl, liuelhrr wllh a
inii-i complete stocl. of Miller at Rich.
ard'a Scotch Type ; and can
fiirnivh, at short notice,
AaytUas la tka Priatar's Haa.
from a lludldn 10 a Cylinder Presa. Wc liave a mm
stock of new and second hand Printing PreMM at
all maVes and sires. We are sole agents for
Campbell's Cylinder Press, Coltrell and
HaUocL Prcss ; also Peerless, Clip
per, Jeisel, Cordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSKS;
newllaster sleani engines, which are just the ihsrsg fcr
printers, 'I uerls Water Moters, (lens Paper Cuilers,
and a full line uf Sanborn's LooLoinders'
OVR FIDF.I.I1V ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered Use Lmc lo
use. nase ou usea our Pertection platcs7
'Iheysave editorial ssorlt and corapoVl.
Hon, and therefore save money.
-SENI) 0k OUK CVTALOOUE
Ki-siRsiaRR -No house on this roast can compel, with
us in quality of goods.
Cliicasa otTice tjt Monro street.
M. CARTER ft CO.
No. 8.4 Kin StrOHoaiolml,
NRTAIL UKALKJIt IN
riREWOOD, COAL AICD
Wc WOuld UOlifs lli hJii. Mil tiAii..Ln. la i..
tlcular, that we leep on land and for side. In 'isrttnies
to sun pursliasers and at lowest rates, fuel, e follows;
HARD AND SOIT WOOD,
Cut any Lengths ;
.-.?, W. NKWCVSTI.E COAL,
SLO I Of COAL, and the
CKLKIIRA 1 r'l VELI.INnON MINtV
IIKI'AKrUKe. BAY COAL,
IllC atlOVe Call 1 nrcl.rH hv T.t.I.lin, n. .hmmm.l
and imnietlbie deliser guarantees!. '
OIVK US A CALL
.Telephone, No. )ss
hk ausis kksr IK sriKi.
HAY. OA IS-C.lifor na and New Zala.id.
BARLKY Whole and ground :
WH EAT, CORN-VS hole and cracked t
IIRAN, MIDIII.I.NllS, and other feed.
Order the abose through' Telephone No. Jo J,
AMI WK WA.MANT
OeUeh DaUsyary aasl FaU Waiaat.
OKHKHS KKOM Ol'llhK ISLANDS SOLICITEO
I'ree llcliser) to AU farts of th. Cily.
aUaaaataar, Ma. St Klaa Haa.
Tot-arHoioNo. is. ija
PNTERPRI3E FEED COMPANY,
Coriser of Qu.sn and Fdiuburgh streets, HonoUh
II. J, AdNI.W, fwii-aiKToa.
Iiifornss his frlcrids ami tlMruUlic generally UiM tse
lias opened busIiMss 1 tlie above sund and has
made cowolete arrangenseuls for a
continuous supvly of
rraaa OsmsU aff ika awjr Baat slaaJMa;,
ssiiicil hk saiu orraa 10a sals
Al TIIK IXlWKtsT l-OSeHBLK fRICES.
He hopes, by gfslng his Less attention, to
putdsc and 10 Nscnt a part of their patronage.
A LAkCB Slosh. ir
WHEAT and OAT HAY,
WIIOI.K aiaj UHOUNU HARLfcV.
CALIIORNIA and OKKGON
MOW OIS HANP.
Orilcis ssdscUed and saitsfactlun guaranseaf or ass
pay asicd. TslevhoM ! ' isi-eaa
HE " SUPERIOR" STOVE.
AV. J, .'m. S(., Hnulml. H, i.,
!h4. agsiusturlb.s. Islands, A full Una sst lea
and Fiawe L laa saau plwaf. la stack.
JO WOK MsOMr-ILY ttOMl.
Tiliiaiali Mil. ' taesy-'
ill ln WayawTiix 'Hiin, iwii.iia. 11 a.aaairv.ai.,i piaa, 1