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read with math neeasere Mr
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oot it well whfti ) "pi " We hare matk a
11. enrr, aarl DIM h isflh Jour tdln
. im and pmntlkn, In east f to perame
ti ml rmler and ptrrt nj- and crime,
(Ml real for Ike arsdtwwtjr jrrtM th, and
o xm, etc. A .. Ml of tt, and frttin;
hijg;r net) year, and ihn 4t tlown ami
read, thai ftfly lo ,ty-ftYe pet rnt. of all
irtr crinws. tWat hat filM a lux fall of
m and (wnattM lo prerwrt. ar prrhr1
ii) thi ow afracy of Hnant, and Ihefl dab a
man a ranetk who think ll m shneM We
In reading Mr. Klnrs)' atlierr, I thnstijhi
thai jrmw reader sumW be? lntrrtd in a
letter from the lion. NmI I)ow, (HlrMed In a
Nw York pai of Majr loth, lot its fart,
anil I tale thr lilwtl) of nwWng it to jnu ft
(aMioiinn, or, if too km;, sMch n tracts a
snsi nsajr ihinl irrrper lit hmVc. If the rrronU
( the pini l true, many crime, not ect -inc
mnlcr, aif cltaijUf to the liuor la
el rathfi law tmlcH of the laM leghtalnff,
aml'tfiH, in the face of the lrj;et etition
jCilim it that rrr'ent Iwfoie a lliH.iil.in
IrgnUtwr, arnl the mianltwmH ite of the
aie"nMril lan(cr of the Ung!om.
S, N. CAiTLC
One ol the Rreitet Iroulilci that orling
temtrance men an.1 wuinen haic toencountcr
in thee latter ilayt, it the flippancy of many
i.uki retpectahle people who attempt to talf.
abuut temerance, ami to cite ailricc a to the
management of the temperance cauw, while
the) Uno ery little or nothing aluiut it. I
am ure there l no other subject on which
ik:h eople would enture to commit them
telrei in public, without fint knawinc ome-
thing atout it. The imestion ol prohibition H
Ur ton large am! important to lie put node
with a tnecr. The actual outlay of the Ainer
ican iconic annually in fttonc drink i $Scx,-
iua,ujL ami more, at the New Vork Tribune
.how, am) the indirect lm and watte it
57co,ojo,cio, makini;, at the Tribune ut,
an annual lot of nwrc than half our national
debt j more than the cott of all our cmern
mentt. national, state, and municipal, indue!
Inn army and nay, with the river and harbor
and pention ieals "A question of tliat lire
not to be put ailde with a sneer," ihe
The unanimity of temperance worker the
world over in faor of prohibition, ami the
character and standing of a great many of
hem in this country, in the Dominion of
t anada, in the United Kingdom, and in the
KngUth-speaking wurld, entitle the movement
to be treated with seriousness and knowledge.
.some people think themselves fully qualified
to speak with authority on this matter, for no
Mher reason than that they "know the diner
euce between. lien" linuors and mild beer." I
piotc one of the most romincnt of them who
aid that. A recent writer -say of prohibitions
" It Miccced where the people do not wish to
drink; where they do wish to drink, they do
it. it succeeds, wearetoM, in .Maine, anil
Maine is a rural state. Hut in I'ortland it is
aid there is a saloon to each 1$; persons and
in llangnr a saloon to 110 persons. How do
w e know it ? They uy a license to the United
vales Treasury, no nutter svhelher Neal Dow
and the city officials can find them or not.
And if they pay the license, they sell the
liquor. In the state ol .Maine Uierc are 70S
tich licenses tuul,
I'o all this I answer III that hard drinkers
are generally in favor of prohibition. Thej
know that for themselves there is no salvation
unless temptation shall lie put away. That i
my eaperience with them, and it i not small,
At a great meeting in Manchester. Kncland, I
heard Kes. Mr. Jones, a Liverpool clergyman,
ay that he knew one street in that city where
every house had at least one drunkard, ami he
could oUain from them an unanimous vote for
prohibition. At the fif-t iular Itallot on tlm
vubject thai I ever attended, 1 saw a wretched
drunkard whom I knew well, (Mil in a vote for
pronirmion, saying at the moment. In my hear
nig, " I've hail rum enough."
(2) .Maine is mil a rural state. Its rigorous
Climate ami liarth sou loihul that. It lias a
great lumlwr trade, a great fishing industry,
ami extensive manufacturing interests, ami
lflore Ihe .Maine law, there was no state in
the Union where more liquors were consumed
in proportion to the pulation. There was
n stale that would be lets likely to adopt pro
hibition. We consumed in strong drink the
entire value of all our pmpert) of every kind
in esery period of less -than twenty years, a
the people of the l'nion now ilo in etery erioil
i.l less than thirty years,
(J) There is no " saloon " in Portland ; not
one in all the Male. There are people here
who sell liquors on the sly and on a s err small
scale, Iwt there is no saloon. The whole stock
in trade will lie a half-pint lMtle, or perhaps a
pint Untie, in each coal pocket, 01 halfaihueti
Itat half-pint Unties hidden in the ashpit, in
the cooking-stove, or possibly a gallon jug
hidden iqi the chimney, or half a doicn buttles
hi.tden in a well, or small quantities hidden in
a great many other ingenious ways. The liquor
IiatlVc in this stale is not more than onc-twen-lieth
of its former volume. Every distiller)
ami brewery has lieen uipprrttctl r thcie is not
(a) There no "license" paid to the Unileil
Stain treasury. The writer says " Ve know
u. " I le is mistaken 5 he it to badly- informed
on this wliole mailer that he suppose the
('tiled Slates (iovrtnmcnl license grog-shops,
anj his lack of knowledge in thft particular it
mi more contiucuout than it it upon every
other -ut of the subject. He uyt, in Maine
there are tcn hundred ami titty-cight such
"licenset" uid. It it a pity that anyone
smxild write upon this mnt important subject
itiihout knowing something of it.
lie continue j I'rohiUtion "increasctl it
(the Inju-.r irattic) in all the large towns in the
stair. .... We have crime enough in liar
Lity now. Ida nut wish 10 increase It by
lUwlling out uloonsj for that is precisely
what prohibition will do." Thit it the talk of
Ihe grog-thoru, and of the liquor Leaguers,
ami of their friemlt pakl frientU 01 Tolunteert,
They all say " I'rohibition largely increasrt
the Ikpjot bsitineu." They ay that misv of
Kansas 5 they used 10 say it of .Maine.
. I hate only lo reply (1), it U not true,
Thrre it no place, there nevir hat been one,
where prohilmfon eiistt, in which Ihe volume
U Ihe lipior tramc hat not been diminished;
111 nun) of Ihcut, greatly reduced i In rruhy of
them, entirely twtpt away. In this country,
10 t anala. In England, Iretarxl, Scotland ami
Wales there are man hundreds of place un
der piuhiMtion, ami ihcii is not one of them
n which the liquor liaJtw: has len cslrmlol
thcrsby. It U not cmliuble to any fair
an I Intelligent man, ami al Ihe same time
a frUnd of temperance, lo 1 Ignorant of the
"t which Is s notorious, that in a great
lunuvt 01 Hicaiiiu- ine liquor tramc na nctn
yrait entiieli tuppfcxted by prohibition.
(a) The l-wnxtf leaguers and all whotsnv
pathue with inem, arc tcherrH-ntly. opwnal to
prohibitum, ouM Ihcv be vi ifil were true.
a,s the) ami AuiUnse sav, that prohibition
vault inciratc 111c volume 01 ine luiuor
Irifuc? Wuukt they oranue opoaittun la ft 1
ipttkl taige sums in lesming it, aubtiduc a
i to advxaatc Ikervse, and 10 wttic down
JHohiUtuKi, and to keep many men, lay ami
clerical, in their cinployinciil doing that work.
In this right agaiisi tlie liqu liattic wc lute
copperheads a wc hail In 111 great hghl with
Again, "JHil a heavy u w the iale of
UliHHt, ami far the heavies! lit on distillesl
liquor. I hi it a law sthsch, by ctiwriencr,
can be enf.Hcesl, and it doe prohiUi. last
Ut In Michigan Ihe la la wenl into rffevt
in 1S75. At lhal tlue ihcre were In the ttate,
1.1 . . 1 t
ami as ine rouu 04 twenty year ol protuti
lion, 0,444 dealers, as mjwn I)' revenue
...,, ,., , ,(,tl)IK
lililn (Ml tha( rrrj.9? dr4Ti, Itwugh
I he Mile hx fcuJr irnfjii U UMmtoiion-
al UiU liiir.u 11i ..M.-t.l l iKJIt
j-s, wm t.vsa m fw .
A SlVXlltass EvaueruAtf Inioiutwh lhal tuUI
iUf ihcfUlualc UueHnf h .Male,1
wU cewjcttiaile in (art U iKemUcfucf iUivoi
rf nt uic.
Whv Uwll thctc lie a hfciiWt ui ua
WW ,hM W CffHWnlttl UtftQt
eue Ihe former are far wurse than the Utter, '
Ambrose will saj Tlie answer illustrate the
rtmark I made, that he knowt sets little of
the mallet The ihops where ''soft ' liquors
are sold, are far worse ami more dangerous,
than the others. The young and Inexperi-
encesl nevet pi into the whisV) timH to lane
the first ilownwafd stepsi they revitt lo wine
ami mlM beer. It i only when Ihe) are con
stderaWv alvneel in Iheir tslucallon hi alco
holic, that they reift to Ihe sttongrr drink.
After they have bwt control of themselves,
they go to lite whisky shop. I heard a
reformed drunkard ay in a tricechi "The
mlM drinks, as me rrle rail them, aie the
I devil's kimlling wWI- the alphalt of drunk-
n;, , , , .
11 I LLAiai latsssi lass 11 irfttfni filkf lift I
lietn enforeed ; ami if they could I, they
svnvm in no svav uiminTin ine es 11s ui inv noiioi
trame. lint the amwynKW writer quotetl gives
Heart, ami evrnlly know that they are
ilhHory when uesl by persons who do not
know ho to place Ihem, or who for any con
sfcleratMMi are inclined lo put iheni in false
nnaltlAn, In ltfll friurnt lllr flll Alu4rS
mtnr issnnm not tternSMl who sell llnuors
freel) ; sometimes twice as many, sometime
three time as man) In license towns gen
erally, any on- who chooe lodo so,, sells
liquors; the law is rarely if ever enforced.
Wh) should it te? UnKeemesI liimor is no
more mischievon than the other. A "high
license " will in no was diminish tli- quantity
of liquors wdl, even if it should reduce the
mmioer ol liquor shorn as it will not. in a
license toss n. there w ill alw ay be enough shops
to meet the demand. All experience show
I hit. Ili'tavs triumphantly that under pro-
hiliitkm there were tix thousand four hundred
ami forty four dealrr. Kevcnue returns show
that in iui, umler llcene, there weie, as he
ays, only three thousand nine hundicxl and
seventy 1 Init he is careful not tit say that none
sold liquors who iIhI not pay the revenue las.
Will he sav of his own knowledge, or on am
reliable ainhomy, thai in tSSl ihrrewere no
more liquor sellers than three thousand nine
hundresl and seventy ? Will he afi'irin that there
were not in lact as many as in IS75 1 It he in
a condition to deny that there are in fact.
licensed and unlicensed, more liquor sellers
now than in.lS;5, in view of Ihe Increasctl
The writer talks of prohibition as if it were
Something indeendenl of ihe character of the
law which enacts it. I here may tie proiiitn
llon, technically, which has little or no power
to prohibit. 1 he force and effect of prohibi
tory law depend utwn its processes, and its
pains ami penalties. In New llampshiie the
law is very weak I It was drawn uy some one
who knew nothing 01 the matter, the law in
.Maine is strong, so as to have accomplishes) a
great work; but it is defective in vime particu
lars, and when that walit shall lie supplied,
at tt will be, the liquor traffic will le swept en
tirely away from our state, as it is now indeed
in a large part ol it
(a) He reioices in the fact that the state
has received from Ihe grog-shops $5jo,lSo, as
if it were so much earned ami added lo th?
wealth of the state. He seems not to know
that ihe liquor traffic earns nothing ; it creates
no wealth mil a penny. It only "ropes in"
the wealth that others have earned, but gives
in exchange for it only poserty, paiqierism,
degradation, brutality, crime, wretchedness,
drscasc, insanity, premature death. It con
verts gooikcitiiens into tud ones, industrious
workers into vagabonds ami tramps, and
Carrie misery antl ruin 10 thousands of happy
home. Hut he is jubilant in the fact, as he
consider it to be, that $550, 1 So is "part com
pensation for the mischief done by the trade."
Is it? Atk the wife wIinc husband it has
destroyed, the parents whose sons have lccn
ruined, the children whose fathers have lieen
changed to drunkards, and upon whose homes
an infinite miv:iy has come from the grog
Jiops, whether money is or can lie in any pos.
siblc sense, even in infinitesimal proportion.
"a compensation" for that.
"The liquor traffic is the gigantic crime of
crimes;" Mr. .Morrill said that in the United
States Senate. "It inflict more suffering
upon the country than war, pestilence, and
famine;" Mr. (ilailstone said that in the llri
tish House of Commons. That devilish trade,
he wishes to establish and protect by law.
The temperance people of this and every other
Knglish-spcaking country wish lo put it under
the ban of the law. If after that, evils come
from it, let them be like robliery and murder
against the law, and not by its consent and
appointment in accordance w ith the law.
AVrr Vrk Evjg;Iisr.
TOO .If.l.Vr IHtCTOKS.
Witness the large numlier of doctors in
esery city struggling for mere existence, and
mnic Tew out ol the whole miniher really do
the or. Jice how in almost every country
village a full practice for one or two good men
is picceinalcd by slurp and often acrimonious
competition, to the detriment of all. It would
seem that in a calling so high, so noble, so
sacred, men fit for such ministry should be
srmght for; but the great question of the young
graduate U not, "Who wants me? but
"Who will employ me?" not "Who needs
me?" but "Where can I get a living?" In
the case of four physicians d)ing, each in a
country tillage, during the lavt year, I am
credibly informed that in one instance two, in
another three, in the thirtl five, and in the
fourth case seven new men came to look thr
field ovtr within ten da) after the doctor's
death, somelime liefore the burial. In one
case ten attended the funeral, and in another
the widow had three letters from aspirants' for
the vacant puce while the dead body of her
husband still lay in the house.
It it a hackneyed saying, with which too
many cart are tickled, that ' there is always
room for good men." Applied lo the present
condition of our profession, it Is false. Were
only good men and the best men admitted, it
would undoubtedly be true. Hut all over the
land, in city and country, .arc well educated,
cultivated gentlemen, honest and loyal, striv
ing in sain to ecure a competence yet, a
lure living cs en and too often Is disappoint
ment mingled with shame and mollification al
the success of ignorant ami unprincipled risals.
I have said that the evil retult of thit excess
in numlier are manifold. It leads to over
practice and to bail practice. The man who
1 hard pushes), who has few patient ami
neesls more, is tempted to make much of
Mine, to niagmiy me importance ol hit cases,
both in hit nw n mind and to hit patrons; to
make uncalled for visit, and to give too much
medicine, and unnecessary medication soon
cease to be rational. 1'atienls are injured in
mind ami body. The community it injured
by teaching the eople to attach undue Import
ance to trivial diseases, ami lo overestimate
Ihe valued treatment therein. Legitimate,
honest practice suffers in testation; money it
trained under false pretense. Aim' Verk
A glance at the map will captain the posi
tion of France In regard to the trouble with
Tiuiquin. She holds .Saigon in Cochin China,
ami from this position the surveys contiguous
ami fertile Tonquin, a country capable of ah.
toibinga boumilcM tuppljof French manu
facture. Further north lie Yunnan, and the
nest step would be to dart into this Chinese
province and so get the atari of the central
Chinese trade. France iosesc a waterway
which would greatly facilitate her punose. and
it is thit part of the scheme tint louche the
susce4ilnme 01 acquisitive tvnglarul. II suc
cessful, France would be chi on our llurmah
frontier. France over look t all danger, and
appear lo ruv little herd lo the (act thai
.China, that gigantic country with 1 iu countless
' millions of tug-tails claim tiucralnlr ovtr
' Towjuin, If China choose to lake umbrage
ami 10 imcrxcnc, t ranee It cnecknutnl.
China it ncit door, the ha never ret found
any difficulty In keeping up ihe supply of
uiiuicrti wnue ine iroojM 01 rrancearclim
iuil, and everything that the necilt U an rie
idilion matt travel ovei 1 1 ,000 miles.
A lipid penman can write thirty words In a
minute. To do this he must draw hit Pen
through tic space of a rod; tltteen and-ahalf
lect. in lorty minute tut n navels a fur
long. We make, on an average, tltteen ruivrs
01 iuiii sn inr pen hi wining eacn woru,
wining inirty wm.i. w a (Minute, we mutt
xailr 'ouf Iwnd'nl l eighty turn in each
nalcj in n hour Ihirly-wghl Ihouiaml, in a
'"T 'J e nuuit, sre nunurni ami lorty.
" hoaMndj W ear of three hundred tuch
I "? ''VJ'1
illssn a. -si
three million one hundred Ihou
man. ihercfore. who made one
million stroke with hi Ix-n was not at all re
markahlc. Many men. nrwsranri wiiirs for
"t M ,,,, Im .-- .
w ihe CCfq;. t mail llucc huivlit! mile
I mK l" he lucol ua pajwi l-y iiwh i w liter In
Iwu'i In thit wocLl
a nun tuau
SauI JuhftMi: Attawk U tUc riu: I
w lUak I Immc til ki4 uW t iwimU,
PMNTS Oll-S and VAKNISIIRS,
Ki:iinn.K .!. i.vniiw.i ri.ii ou.s
Tlie Uttt otimM of I'LOU S, for all iHri?, tj
t TmuhI on the IsUmls.
tlsirsvws, CHlibtiws Hesie Sliosi, Oi Vumfs,
Os lions. Os OiIns foxUtr Cutters,
Corn and Hominy Mills,
tljfilsA anl Camo lltmSMs,
vers chp 1
kEKOSKNK OIL STOVES.
I.amit. Chandeliers and lanterns- ntwtli-htj
llor. Helling, Pumas,
littler, Shirt and Lain,
Hows' Standard American Scale-
For all purposes;
Ir Vrtnm 'reeter,
Call and tiamine our food
Our slock Is vi con
stamlya replenished with ihe Litest and most approved
inventions inai 11 is impoi
wtlhin the spare of our aim
Tit a iTf.r ovKi.rr,
Somth,nc which no one Vu.Jb without, iiont of th
MKUo-Calolte Fire-Proof Safes,
lUnul Ca or fewtl Cac.
Krai) ock ttuimemia. out cf man) .
J!rftt f Committee r irii fi tftttt :
At a merting of the MaachuU Mutual Fire Iti
urance Union, held at Nntak Iteach, Auguit 16,
1SS1. mjI of bote 4 manufactured bjr the Magmt
Calcue fireIroof Companv were hon. An iron
Lo., about t0 feet long and one foot deep and uiJe,
with linintt three-fourth of an Inch thicV of .Maznew-
Cakite material, filled with arku document,
greenback, and jurt of m card 0 lucifer matches. It
wa then placed upon a bed of hot coaU, and at leat
four feet of dr', hard wood piled upon it. The bo at
lept under ettrcme heat for an hour and a half. Not
witrtUamling tr. iron cover Of the lux ua to ladlv
warned that the linirur i in Im men Lit mtitart tth
the ilanifs on opcnint it the w holt content were found
in a perfect Mate of preservation. A small bond and
note cae, detgnedto beuet! iiideof aultt and afe.
a vubjecteil to the ume degree or neat for half an
hour, and lli content! were klo found a free from in
appearance of lire or towAe a when placed therein.
it. 1- ntcrLow.
Cm A . II. CuMthr.s
ClIA. A. HOW LAN U,
Kliiah Howk, r.t
Atvitau I Harbour,
Representative insurance officer.
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SHEET IRON "WORKER,
PI.UMHING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Artesian Well Pipe all tizes.
Htnvora uml Kuiif!W,
Uncle Sara, Medallion, Kkhraoml, Tip-lop, Palace.
flora. May, Contest, Grand Prbe, Nc Risal,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Chart.,
buck, Superior, Magnet, OfCeola, Ala.
tneda, Kclll., Charier Oal,
Nimble, lnwood and
GALVAXlZF.D IRON and COPPER BOILERS
FOR RANGES, "GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hoom rurnUhlns! Qoode, all klatdav.
All sires and grades, Lin. and Force Pumps. Cltlcrn
Pump, Catvaolrcd Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet l-ejj, Uad Pipe, Ttu I1.lt
W.lir Ck1t, Marti, slabs
and buU, enamle4
CIIANDFLIKRS LAMPS AND LANTERNS
M. OAT Jr., a Co.,
Himou tr, II. I.,
STATIONERS aaU WEWU DEAUJU,
WmU lak. this WMlld of loucmuur tHa'iiinaUlahls of
IImk4uIu. M Iht Mber UTaodt that
iher haw ooeurd
Stationcrjr and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 25 Mer
chant Street, where they arc prepared
Ink autt Mucllayc,
Irv quarts, pints, hair.inlt, and cone.
Letter and Nnu Paper, Foolscap Legal
Cap, EsveWpea, Paraeteriea, etc., etc.
UnUrm Imkrmftrmmy yrl4lrmt tr neve.
air reel any e tfrlr4.
Proaapt Ulaotlos ul U lea K) ta Ma'lliog
of Pap 1 la MaWnUtt tat toy of la. sllMe
lalaoda ; alau, .(.ola tut Ik
RED RUMMCJt STAMPS.
Oteartfae.lUd atnlUe liti)). reseitei d y'-trrilir
r DREWER & COMPANY
OiriR I OK SA!.h
'Ihe following 1-Mt of merthatHibe last finjed frrn
Itosien, fit etrttlent onfer,
Es, AnTarlcuin Brtrk Amy Turner I
ittraaiKs .t.n I'liAKToss,
tllim Sl,lliinj Mtal,'i6anJ MM)
AfS I'l.riV, .foiled sues J .
OaV Plana, atlottevl stlet;
AIo, tn atrbf i-er Klillman II. Allen!
DUMP IIAKKOWS, lacobs' Patent.
Ax Handles and I'ick Handles.
Kerosene Oil, "Ulcctric" brand.
Cottage Furniture, In painted sets.
Oak Lumber, I, 2, tj, 2)i, 3 and 4-in.
Oars, iC, 17 and 18 fl.
Yellow Metal Nails, V and l)i in.
Yellow Mclat Shraling, 18, 10 and 21 oi.
Zinc WavhboarJi, t
Manila Ko, aliortej sles.
Dairy Sad, u barrels.
t Kuemiale Cement.
Pin Barrel Shook and Hoadi.
Pine Kef Shocks and Itaadi.
Cider Vinegar, In barrel.
Extract of I emon,
Kxtratl of Almond.
17 Cavkt and Hnds Crockery, GlaviH-ue, Lamps.
6 Cacs Crocker', Olatsware ami Lamps.
SS Harrels Crockery, Glasiware and Lamps.
Light and Heavy Hand Carts.
Knosvlo' Steam Pumps, varlona all
A MOTHER DRUG
PALMER & THACHER,
AMI nR.SLHKS 11
Toilet Art Men and fancy Goods,
No. 113 FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the public nam of a Drug Store
conveniently located, where medicine, can be procured
ai all hours, we have opened a pharmacy in the Damon
Block, near Hotel ktrect. We can) a large assortment
of goodi peculiar to our Imc. which we olfer at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Our Stor U Kept Open Evenings.
Our tfoclccf Drug and Chemicals It complete.
Our line ol Patent Medicines tiabracc all ihe popular
j All the :- Kemediev J
t All the Old Reliable Remedies, f ;
UC HAlt THK LARCKST AUORTMSST OF
a the Kinicdom. such air
Hair Ks-uxhct, Tooth Itrushes, .Vi.il, Clotli. Flesh
and Bath Hnivhes, Dressing Combt Pocket Combs,
line and Hack Combs, Cosmetics, pomades. Hair
Oils, Tooth Preparations, Cold Cream. Camphor
Ice, Perfumes, Handkerchief Extracts, Cologne,
Toilet Waters and Vineipsrse Sachet Ioders, Hand
Mirrors, Nailleaninj Sets, Smelling Bottles,
Atomizers, Razors, Strops, Shatin Cup, Brushes
and Soap; Toilet Nm of esery kind.
Ladlee ToUet ArUolee.
Such as Came lllne, Dickey's Crctix dc Us, laalrd's
ltlooni, Hasan's Italm, liuuraud's Oriental Cream.
Lubin's, Saunders, Poironi't Tet low's, CaHert's,
and a host of other Pualert and Rogues, tUndo
hne, Beauty Spots, etc.; line large Bathing Sponges,
Sponge Baskets, etc
SK IU.K THK FINIST LOT OF
Eser Lrougbi lo ihU Kttigdom-
lufani s Dt ruing Cas, Nursery Posder
Preiared Kuller's Karlh.
Putts. iNiffeltones Castile Soap,
Nit pics. 'I ecihltig.Kings,
TuUmr. FeetliiisT Hot tics.
Night Tapers. Ridge Food,
Soothing Srup, etc.
Nk OhLV COUrLKT HOC OP
PkotesrepUo CkemloeU of all klnne.
A (.AltOR AkWhTMIlliiT Of
Suck as SapoUi, Klenro-Stlkun, bitter Vmd, GUnt
and DUmoisd Cement. Inset I Powder. Hi-
" ' uiearii . rax-, r.iltlgn Ml
Kaur .SIhk Hlaealnl iuk! Dr.Ii.e. ItlatklnK
HmJies. I)ei, Didnlnlanls, Toilet !., ere
a sielallrbf FL.WOKINH KXritAL'IS
Rat Paste, Rough on
m uurowii manuiaaur.: riur ssaler Jugs, Kuli
Ur Cmaibns, Mtslirln. Qieut, elc
. 1 .. ...' .. .-:...
Omr Dalloioas Soda Water,
laas iu THK ruiiisar sihihtaIM,
Wlilsl' suriMSaes la eUganc. e,ershliic of lU Und esse
broughl so he Island, i iruinllaU..
W, naimfaelur. SODA WATKK aral CI.VGKK
Atk.,a4 havMh aencrfor Ktriulm rMent Alat
ut: itKLirttit v it hoods
I"o an) pan U lU sirs;, and ship to U uher Idands.
Orders from the country still reetlsc rarefbl allewion
and I shi4d iieMnialjr, bolMTlliii lb. lywUae yx
rofta.t w. sery rsstMifullr,
TatirHOat, No. o;.
INO.O. FOWLER Co.,
r ftrfrr4 e Wraia tlmn mm4 Xttt
ratal r. fr atfavl
Wit s viikose Cars and UaoMuaitt. fijmlallr
AIMKrtll IOU SUlJAR fUNTATIONS.
.aiad LucsMK4isi acM,Tras
1 Kced I wissillwi Maaa
SPWe MajvwMnr r&t
lion rMi.ii a.
timieea, snak .r.r.iria. Haw.ias rVav.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
The Largest Lot of Perftimerjp
Ever Imported Into diii kingdom.
COMPRISING OVER 6U DIFFERENT ODORS
Celebrated Londoortj Manufkoture.
HOLII8TER & CO.,
AGENTS IOR THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM
No. SB Nnnann Street,
And comer of Fort and Merchant streets, Honolulu.
'T'HE PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Desire to rail the particular attention of esery body to
lOeVUNR INVF.STMKNT POLICIES,
Which contain the M tndUputable Clause ;
No Restrictions on 'I ras el or Residence.
Free from Danger of Forfeiture
Also The Deposit I.ndowmunt Policy, and the Mu
tual lnsesttnent Policy.
llits is one of the most reliable com names extant
has no superior, and few equals. Settles all claims
promptly acts honestly and fairly by all.
ror turtner miormatioii, write to, ot cau on
R. V. LAINK,
1 17 tf Oenetal Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
YHBRE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING
1 hat e fee a little anxious for ) ou to know about.
The Greet Am er loan Clothing House
Respectful!) (.alls our attention to their
STYLISH BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS,
With strong, serviceable linings, which u e aie selling low
BOYS', OUTHS' and ClULDRKN'S CLOTHING
AR a SUfHMIOK
In make, quality and style to general Importations of
Ut.lt UUUm iut IIMS IfMISsCl,
Th I.tnt Xttrtd'tt ih Ctmti J-'htnitht'tfrnHJ fftti
8. COHEN OOn
No. 17 Nl'l'AsU Stmkct Honolulc
II. J. NOLTK. PROPRIKIOR.
Begs la announce lo his friends and tlie public In gen
eral trtt he lias opened the abuse Saloon tahere
From j a, m., till 10 t, Ml
Cigar, Pipe sad
Choieu by a persouat selection from frt -class nianu
.-..l. 1... i .. -... .: 1 1 .. 111 s
stata unit wtaitij uu
Idrd front time to lime.
Onetaf lrunwkk& Halle'tcelcUateU
Iseonneeted nllli tKc eaaUialiuienl, .Irttc lovers of
3 ur lh sue can parlicijule.
I WO TO I' HUOi-ilhS,
TWO ahCONlMIA.NI KXHKkSStS,
ONK SVJKU 1IASKET CUT-U.NIIKk,
OHK Itl'.ACII WACOS,
ONE DKAV II0KS1. AND IIAH.NKSV
All tht alios, art U order, nearly ns good as ne.
E IIAVK CONSTANTI.V
os iitNo Lsat.a Qi'sxririss or
liny ami OivIh
Of alt kUwIs .Meh srt cafcr lo (rtirslaaers al
Th aUrwaat atavrket staitss.
Our ussk U reu...4 ty asr arilialfrkMib.ro.4
v eaiiT hill,
' art rrrp-rr . U Hmt Slratta fmH hUd
, AT ANY Halt.
(iENEHAL AOkNTS TOK
71 SWia- Mxluat lift mtuituut C. eCar,,
Thi Srti lmV4ilmml ttuttrMui Ct., iCtJ.,
TU H-vr TtitfUtu, Hi limfUtf, kit tuj
thfHt WW h H.
-slIICAOO, I3URLIN0T0N A QUINCY
r n Mck,v i-Assr.Nor.K Ani.Ni,
No, !I2 Montgomery Street,
Tourlttt and nattern.bAund Pattengert
Will find tr lo their adiantae to make ihtmiebes
known to in. undersigned, so as 10 svrsirr lnehtt not
linerally eonetded in rattles an'ln In the ell f.
I. I. WILLIAMS,
foe Ihe I la
tin srt5?K or -rua
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
Ml'tr Kk SOID WITHIN THR NKXT JO DAYS,
10 nutVe room fur the Immense new stosk to aidve with
Mr. Chat. J. Flth.l on the mail steamer
due on the it)i imlanl.
UELOW COST I
AT COST I
AT COST I
. ...telow cost
., ..below coal.
Euibroidettei, Edgings and lnseilii,nl at coil
Silks and Salms alcosl
Ribbons, sllvtldths and sliades, al cost
Ilultons, all kinds and sl let at cost
Fancy fringe) at cost
Cretonnes. at cost
All wool Sluwli.,
...reduced to 7SC, former price $l.Sw
Sweeping Kedurtions ih
GENTS', LADIES and CHILDREN'S SHOES
Immense K duct ions in
MENS, YOUTH'S sml UOYS'CLOTHINO, HATS,
CAPS and UNDERWEAR.
Fancy Shirts .,
Soft and StitfteJt Hals.
Helmet and Cork Hats..
, . reduced to cost.
. ...reduced to cot.
...reduced to cost.
Great reduction In other articles too numerous to mention
THIS IS A GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
CALL EARLY, AND WITHOUT FAIL,
At The Leading Millinery House
CHARLES J. FISHEL,
Corner of Hotel and Fort Strkiti, Honolllu
Nuuanii slreel, aiul corner tt Ys and MerituLM slraels
CONTKACrOk and UUILDLK,
STKAJH I'LASIXU MILI.H,
Uaiiofaclui. all a!ud U
assi Dun j
m4 ! hinit af wo4 smk liak.
AUkUtsHMMaaal as.lasi, Mwrisiaj, W Tea
OftDtM HlOMIFfLV ATTCMWb TO AMD
Wlf.l, Slii.I, MIS F.NTIRK SfOffK
AT REDUCED RATES
THE NEXT FOUR WEEKS,
rURVIfrU TO TMK ARRIVAL Of A LAKGI AND Witt
liLSCIMl INVOICE Or NEW GOODS
THK EASTF.RNAND EUROPEAN MARK UTS
The Honolulu Cloth Inn Emporium,
MRS. A. M. MIXLIft
Dressmektng lUtehllshmeat Up Stntrs
1LDBR 3k CO.
Importers and Dealers In
And Building Materiel
of all Muds, just received, tx Late arrivals,
large and well selected cargoea of
- comprising all lite usual stotV sires
In Scantling-, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scant hnji, 1'Une sutCace and touali Boards-sur
laccaand routn nauens, ncKci, iuk,
lattice and Clapboards
DOORS, RASH AND BLINDS,
All siie. of Eaaern and CabfornU make, and for
avis in quantities 10 suit, at low prices.
A I 0, IN STOCtv",
White Lead, .
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
CH.ASS AND SALT,
AKD WHITEWASH aUSUaiiKS.
A Ane assortment of
to latest etjrlee,
AT LOWBtT FaUOSa.
s BNOLINO C...
N j NUUANU 1., HONOLULU, II. I.
Tin, Cf and Sheet Iron, Stieel Lead and Uad
l'lp.,(',alialiled Tioll Pip. and illlln.i; UraMtiuuds
all sites. Artesian Well and InUailna llpe, lU us
ual Tin and Iron ware, Halhs, Uosels, Siula, Wadi
stands, Xlarbtc and Eaarueled lrue,'iM siosV aud fr
Sal. al reatc&blt rales.
Talatjatusa Ma, 111. nt-M
. at. omowiaSY, vraourn
Al J. II. IIHUNS' Jr.,
Os s af Ktsaj BeUisI sHrasss,
Is a i1.oiosi. piactlcal WmIm.ii.
COMK AND SEE.
, Lierf leHiipt!oic4 llrMCtsa.
aesdttMn Mt lHraittHi't
im .tuca; a mii mal to ulaa.
rirtv vARirrncs ok mi.k
for A Selsa, Uasaat ee. kaa, Casaar.
aoia sUNSeAClnaa or
Tkt A'rw Uttlk-KtitrUtfLinitffl(JU Af,
Internet louel Kxhlbttlou,
RXTRAtr r6M tin ovrutAL CirORT
JUDOIaS IN HOROLOGY.
IntsuisUerattoitnf th fats deuktt in ilif 1 taamin
ailon, ami i.k preaiHlrnimt f rlemenisof Inher
etit and CMniMmtlre mettt adjudged by the
Judges (foch in mleiHleni Jnilem-nt) be
ing rqtul In pt ter cent tnore than the
net! M(lwst cshiUi, Uni have
found It esteelinfy ditWiilt
tatiMli siMh a (lassifitis
floti tn drgtre as will
OlVr F.VEN-HANDLD JUSllll 10 ALL
WR Anjt tat.ft t() TIIR
AMERICAN WTCH COMPANY.
Massnclitiseti, V S. A,
A fit it -class avard and suth other sieUl HtttinctliMi
diploma, med-l, or sai1 at it ronsittent with the du
ticsand obliiationsief the honoiable .Sjdney Interna
llonal Commission, for the largett and ntou romplfte
ethlbit of horological Instruments namlned
Tliev nlso itroDose.ftt the nnlv means bs which their
appreciation of the merits of the produdlopi of thit
company can I adequately or equitably tecognlied by
the committee on Judttltig "d Awards, that a separate
fiivl c ass award be n ven far the time keening nuaUtis
of all grades of these watches.
Also, A sep.itAtf futJ-tl us ftwartt fir ihe ifectioil ol
this sjstent of watchmaking and the Jinprotements I
Ihe meshanical parts of the watch, being notably In th
nulnaiirinar and eoinardnrrel. the tiAteiit safetv ttlnLni
the perfect tpunloidal form of all the trrth of the train
the perfect eiic)lo!dal form of all t
111 every craue 01 miiui aime,
Justment of the baUnceprlnif,
hi every firade of watch alike, and the isochronal ad
Also, a first class a want for new mode of compensai
o. a first
Also, n sejiarate first tlasi auard for lli. Impros.
merits In cases, the number of artistic forms and designs
used, the Leauly and elegance of tlieir rintsh, ( and lr
their hew and Indestructible inelhod of enameling,
Alt.) to Cliarles W. Woerd, mcclianieat superlnlend
em American Walch Coniiny, Wallham, Mast.
U. S. A.
Ihe followlnic is ihe order of awards made b ihe
S)ilney International Lihiuitloii Cotnmitiion to lb.
American Watch Company, of Wallham, Mass l
Gold and Silier Watches First decree of merit and
special mention i Gotd MedaL
TilneVeei,ng iltialilie of all grades of Watches Flrtt
Peifecllon in S)stem-
Pint degree of merit.
Sew inuile ofcfiinpensAtini; la1anrei
First degree of
Improvements, fmisli and eUgance of C.ws Flrit dc
gret of met It.
Enitratine, chasing aid enainelinftr of Wfctcli Cavee
First degrea of merit and special mention.
Charles M, Wnerd, MetbanuAl Supciiiitendenl First
aetfTte 01 mem special.
1T llierc beiim seseral worthless waltlie 1eaiirtx
the marts of Wafiham Watt ties discovered within the
fast sctcit moTitlis, pointed oil on the public as fienulne,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
Agent for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
M. WENNER & Co.,
ot Font SrmtBT, Honou'LI", If L,
Hate re-ore tied at the old statul with a new
And carefutlv selected stock U
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons. Studs. Ac.
Indies would do well to call and esamine cur stock ol
bracelet t, Urofxhet, Lockets. Earniitfs, etc,
which were especially selected with
slew to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made tn order,
Tlie re(siiring Uamh(f our lniiiness we regard as au
bisottaiit one, and an jotr entrust cu to us will
be esecutril in a nuiiinet second la twe.
KnU ravin ft
Of eery descri4ioii done to order, ('articular attea
lion is pata to orders ami joi work irum tncotner
Islands. While ttuulin; the public for ast
favors, we leturn to liope ttut our loim ea
perience hi these IvUihIswiII enable us
lo obtain a fair share if nironane
" Quirk SaUm taut HmuU r.e("
Is our motto, ami we shall keep In tiicketeryajiiUe tn
our hne tf Uisinest il'
lVfRS. THOMAS LACK,
Mo. 7 Tori SUsMt, KoaolsUsv,
lUrnkTal Ahll liRAISH 111
i'u Hi, .IriiirAmeiir., OK rrntl .trrtstvrU.
acrnt ro Tita
Whitv atalihe Licnr.Kt'NNiNi Nsw lluua W.il.lo.,
Howard'. Machine Neadtes, all Vinds
Lortkell's Silk, In all colors and sire I
Harbour' Linen 'thread,
Clarb'a O. N. r. Machine Cotton.
,JW. PaiiDitO't EillMt Cut lxfr Putttnn
Dealer in Hints,
.Simr, Puh !,., Car,
KKMUMK.VM KTortXM, In M .I.e..
&w!na. Machine, laa.k arwl Gun.Kepalrlri yioiayiljr
NION PKKO COMPANY
hast on barwl aitd ft ialet
aiait vasa aeaev,
.Lol. or ground,)
and In fall tiery Unf prrlaUuis' t, h I'awl tAjsltoa.
Orders fruaa it tldanifr will has, osa wnawas ih!
.All u Jill la U avidreswl,
UNION IEH1 CO,, Hv-u-luU.
TcdecaiM Nsv j. it; ye
KXOWLSS- STKAU AND VACUUM
C, HKfiH'ftk sV C., AGKM7S.
riarlu oelaan4 a tJt aaal ryia.Uu SeC
aakval eaaiswiWaaal ahaaafatsVa taaasi AaAaftaftawaaaf ataV jaffa 1mlai
wSwwrTF wwWwaawi svsfSBwj ce sSfiafTasf pavsr frSW ersnSw
sevssti ssswesMa we sssitee
leIW NM au ostar atsi id
tlsS 44aftaVaM Saf ffa&haata
Ka. wtlta ts sea less i
VOU WANT A OOOO ClOCK,
If rmm W m 0mmi
M Vmyttm Ciaak as WastsV
tei.sss.aww mm Mas
rmaenn i wan ease,
same ,w i