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SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, October in, 3888.
mhi i mm i.r.i nut.
fliMfliee .ill. mlltlr In llir I'lillnl Minim.
Snrnlinm ifif ff.'ii, thr r '
ll Is qtille itilliciill to tmrli llir merits of llic
virgliuni MiRir mmrnirnl now fiHmcting mucli
attention. 'I here Is rm dmilit lint rveiy tir
llic finntlty of Mifluim rrtlsctl in tliU count ty Is
lncrcislrtf. There nrc n HtRe numlicr tif mills
1B1K1 Irt Rtinillni; ll, ami nmltlni jnii nnl
111R1U. the niilynripimtnt wlili.li Is convliirin
nl nil, rrgariling llic micccm of sitrjir in.iMhr,
Is llic ficl lint n nimilirr nf the mill nrc in
crcnsinj; Ihclr ficllitlcs, nndncw c.ipilillslicni)'
rapidly Intcskil In the business. The enpeti
menUt Islo (iran.lc, Nets Jcrc sslll proliahly
licller the question, in n jenr or tmi. The
MHRhmn rrrmc-iofK-ins-UMitl .Missouri chlni
Ihit Ihey hic nolsctl the proMim. If the
United SIaIm lr5cinic a lirrjc sujjir iriKliiciii
country, ll will liilng one consolation In the
IlrtH.ilhn lnntcr, tnmcl), tint he cm mile
uiRir out of the Mine cane, and can rilc
thrtt (reft of it in cut )w. 'I he growinc
sorghum Indmti) till dennnd that stirrnr slnll
bc"irolectcil." Onthcollicr hind it may diow
hostility to nn) cncoiimKcnicnt of (uniting
sugar In other countries,
The (intent lntc of limint i in llic country
suggests readily wlnt llic imlitlml tiiesllms
of the future Mill Ire. There Is mi issue on
civil Mirtfcc rrforin. There could lie none.
When the majority of the coplc really wanted
III il came. 12s. cry one wshnl ii, hut did not
care Intake any trouhlc alitiiil it. The ml.
tiei.ins ul their iir to the gruunil nnd ln-inl
the distant rumbling of ilisconlciil, nnd actcil
ncctirillngly. So we hive the beginning of a
gotnl civil Hcrtice, in the lower grade. There
arc miny In.licationi that the tariff tueslion
will make the issue In nationil ioliiics. The
unvmndncii of he Ucmocratic puty on this
Issue, iluriug the hst election, cost Hancock
Ihe prcsiilcnc). Hundreds 'of Democratic
manufacturer contriliutcd money lo aid Gar
field, These iptcstiorn of iioliticiil economy
are forced on us. Commercial life in the
United btatcs is cither at the cMi or the flow,
on the ground or In the clouds. There is no
golden menu. No man is content with a safe,
snug business. If times nrc good he doubles
his capacity. One of the shoe manufacturers
testified before the congressional committee,
thil Ihe shoe ficttirics of New England coliid
supply the nnntnl demand, by working six
months In the) ear. It is so in other trades, in
Iron, woolen good and silk. We are xm
choked up; Wccallit "overproduction." We
cannot cxtvurt, because our goods cost more than
the goods of I.'uropc. England his the whole
world for .1 mirkct. We hive no foreign mar
ket for our manufactured articles. When we
have supplied the home demand, we must stop.
I think the statistics are that wc send two
million in value lo China, where England sends
twcnty.five millions. The most of our Chinese
export is petroleum. The manufactures arc
quarrelling. The woolen manufacturer sa)s;
"Let in wool Tree of duly, nnd it will make
goods at a cost which will enable me to export,
but jou must protect my goods with a high
tariff." The farmer si)s: "You must not let
wool in free of duty or 1 cannot raise wool."
So each industry needs protection, which
means triple prices, and lint means noexiwta.
tion. As the western farmer finds out that
his v heat corn and cattle need no protection,
and that free tradj brings him cheap supplies,
he will naturall) work round lo the fne trade
notion. The nnnufaclurer, who thinks he
cannot compete with Europe will shout for
protection. In the end Ihe gnat political
parties will he filled with disscntion, and no
one can tell whit the near future will bring.
The New yotk Sun, intending lo hurt
the Republican part), is publishing, as )ou
sec, Ex. Senator Dorse) 's revelations regard,
ing Garfield's election and administration.
Whether Dorscy is or is not a liar will be de
termined by the (lolilical sentiments of the
man who chooses to judge in the matter.
.There is one curious phase of this affair. Gar
field was confidential with a number of his old
college friends. These men knew the inside
history of the presidential campaign. Some
of them took lihonng oars. Hut these men
do not come, forward and denounce Dorses,
nor do they vindicate Garfield. It is known
that there are documents In existence
which if published would more or less damage
Garfield's character. Efforts have been made
to make Conkling speak of his transactions
with Garfield, but lie remains silent. I lis
frjends say that If he spoke Garfield's friends
would reply. " You take advantage of a dead
man." The xliticians are not interested
In making any exjiosurc. They do not care to
invite the public to inscct the actual working
of political machinery.
Jn the political matters of this city the
"grey dawn is breaking." We are at the
beginning of good gov ernment. So many men
have renounced all political allegiance to party
that a " dtiien's movement " Is becoming for
midable. Ten years ago the Democracy of
the city looked with contempt upon any effort
of the dtUms to secure good government.
Last year the citizens' vote was so large that
il thoroughly frightened Ihe political leaders.
As the campaign opens this fall there is a
marked prevalence of virtue even among the
"short hairs." So long as the ciliiens hold
the balance of power there will be an improve
ment In local politics. It is sale to say thai
the experience of New York during the last
,lo )ears has demonstrated that good govern-
rnent In American cities Is not only possible but
probable, But this could not bs said a few
jears ago, and wise men were much given to
weeping over the future of city government In
Lord Coleridge, Chief Justice of England
is hete 1 and his visit U made the occasion of
" cemciuipg the Iwnds which unite England
and Aw,rici," Iwndj which both parlies are
constantly tearing up on the slightest provo
cation and cementing anew on the first occa
sion. At the grand opening dinner given to
'the chief justice by Mr. Shepherd, son-in-law
of Mr. W. II. VanJcibill, lwenl).three
guests were invited, all of them distinguished
jurists. The host had not studied his men,
and It happened that two Uw)ets of national
reputation who once uarieUd and had not
spoken to each other for years were placed
side by side. The enbarraaBMat of the situ,
tion was no) detected until the aacoml course,
nnd then It wis (oolite to scnntc the .ml
mils. Rome of the guests, particularl) n
judge of ihe Supreme C'ourl (who disliked
Mb lawyers) rrijo)cd greatly the spectacle of
the two hilllimt advocates citcd together
but iKiund lo keep the cacc, under Ihr cir
cumstances. At n dinner patty lut night (September
IJtli) nl the Mitnlntlan ( lull, "Steve" French,
one of the hHcc commissioners, nnd one of
President Arthur's fimlllm relitnl his ex
perienre in Honolulu, which n he visited
when a sillor In tS 17. He got Into the hinds
of the " kikns," for horse ricing in Ihe streets.
II dil not dream then tint he would he ntthe
lienil of the hiIIcc force of New York thirty
yeirs nftcrwnrds. lie told a good story of
Genenl Slurp, another commissioner, At n
slate convention Sharp, Arthur, and Ihe Kc
puhlicnn lenders were prepirlng the "slilc"
before Ihe convi nlion met. A Killticiin called
Sharp out and slid, " If jou Invcn'l an)one
for the office of canil inspector inJirie county,
can't )ou nominitc Sim. Illikc ? He i)s
he went lo school with )ou." " All righl,"
said Shiic, " I don't remember him, but I'll
fix it. Give me his name on n bit of piper."
It was given to him. After" the ptincipil
nominilfons hid been inidc, Shirpc who is a
good speiker rose and said, " Gentlemen of
the Convention, f now have Ihe pleasure of
placing before )ou as cindidalc for the office
of canal inspector of Eric count) llic nunc of
one who has proved himself In every way
worthy of the plicc, the nimc of one whom I
hive known from my IkdjIuhmI, of one who, in
nddition lo the virtues of a private cilicn, has
Ihe broid views of a liberal statesmen. I hive
the honor (Here General Slurp felt in
his pockcl for the scrap of piper containing
the name of the candidate, which he had for
gotten, but by mistake fished out the card of a
visitor, and glanced at jl, "The nime of my
friend Xebtillon Jordan." The convention
shouted, " Whose Jo'rdan 1 whose Jordin ? "
Arthur stepped up to hint quietly and said,
" Look, Sharpe, Ihe min's nunc Is Samuel
lllakc." " Gentlemen of the Convention, "
vild Sharpe, "in presenting to )ou the nime
of Zcbullon Jordin, I presented the nunc of
a highly esteemed citizen of Hudson county,
who once siid to me that the mm best fitted
for canil Inspector in the Slate was Samuel
Wake, and I accordingly nominitc him." The
convention accepted him. A.
New York, September 14, 1S83.
Aunln Ihr Aftrr-lltmr.
I'crmit some firther notes of obscrvationsof
the "after-glow." One of the mot brilliant dis
play was on the evening of Sunday, September
301I1, 25 da)s after I first observed it. After
sunset Ihe haze stratum was illuminated over
the whole sky with colored light, in the west
gradually deepening into a flaming crimson.
Down this the shadow of the horizon soon
crept. As it lowered, it cut off the broad
sheet of flame in a strangely definite line,
sharpl) without gradation. At the same time
the out-fanning radiation of the shadows of re
mote clouds was faintly marked in perspective
on the fiery surface, producing also a serration
of the dark edge. After the earth-shadow
had closed down Uon the horizon a secondary
reflection repeated in fainter glow against the
dark night sky the successive phenomena, of
the first, excepting the well-defined shadow
line. Doctor Stangenwald has observed these re
flections with the spectroscope, but without
result, the light lwing reflected, not transmit
ted through incandescent vajior.
During the past two weeks the haze-stratum
has developed more definitcness of form. In
certain conditions of sunset light, it has been
distinctly visible as a continuous sheet over
the entire sky, at a height far above that of the
highest cirrus clouds. A slight wavy ripple
has been ery noticeable in its structure. It
has alwa)s been perfectly transparent, trans
milting the light of the smallest stars, and it
self Invisible, except in jiarticular conditions
of the sunlight. During several days, it has
fonnetl a conspicuous circle of 15 to 20 de
grees radius against the sun, appearing as a
misty rippled surface of haze with faint crim
son hue, which at Ihe edges of the circle gave
a purplish tint against the bluesk).
So Ihe evidence favors a remote source of
this vapor. It seems Ini(Kssible that our own
volcanoes could unobserved have emitted such
vast quantities of pure tenuous gases, unmixed
with coarer smoke. Moreover the upper cur
rents would have been such an emission to the
eastward, away from us. Our accustomed
volcanic smokes are uniformly Iiorne eastward,
falling as the)- cool into the trades which bring
them lack, covering the group with coarse
thick haze. In the high region of this haze
the air-currents are well known to be from the
west, and southwest.
The theory of a remote origin seems also to
lie favored by the long continuance of a very
nearly uniform condition of this haze-stratum,
A local smoke would have rapidly varied its
condition. This has lasted now for four w eeks
with little alteration in structure.
It seems to answer well to the character of
a tenuous, delicate residuum qf volcanic smoke,
completely purged of all its coarser elements
by a. kind of Icvigation Jn its course through
the upper atmosphere across the Tacific. It is
most significant that it was; first observed nine
das after the Java eruptions. For positive
evidence in support of this hypothesis we must
wait for observations from points intermediate
lietwccn this and Java.
Ycssels from the eastward have observed the
same phenomena as ours at great distance from
the islands, proving a vast estent of the haze
stratum. Captain I'cnhallow of the Hope
definitely observed these phenomena jn latitude
4 06' N., longitude lo 39' W., on Sep.
tember tSth, midway between this and the
American Coast, S. E. Umior.
Honolulu, October 4, l&Sj.
Two little glrli met n the street the other
da), and one said to the other t " I've put all
my dolls into deep morning, and it's so lie
coming to them. Come pvr and see them."
" Wliat did ou do that for I" " O, we had a
c'Uniily. Our dog got killed, And there did'nt
an body care but me and them; we've just
cried out eyes out," Then the other iit!e,girl
said, in slow, deliberate tonesi " May Wilson,
ain't ou tucky, though i There's always some
thing hapjieniag you."
Neir my house there Is a lock) promontory
jutting out some way into ihe sea, with a coril
reef round Its Inse ; nt high water there Is some
three feel over this reef, and fish of all kind
come on it feeding, I'roni Ihe summit of this
promontor) -which Is about sevent) feel high
-there Is n cipitil view of the reef, and ns the
eleir witcr hides it no more linn though ll were
covered by a sheet of plile gliss, the fish and
llicir mnv cmciils nrc plainly visible. I'roni this
elevated ot, armed with a Martini Henry
rllle, It docs not require a very good shot to put
A bullet over a fish in the water below, It Is
wonderful .what destruction the concussion of
Ihe bullet with llic water causes among n shoal
of sunll fish, t Invo killed ninety-eight with
one shot. The bullet only .letu.ill) touched
one or two) the rest were complitcl) stunned,
ami several hid their c)es forced out, These
ninety-eight fish weighed twenty (Hiunds. Mid
let that tome pisl In greil numbers and keep
on the surface afford most excellent shots, and
arc my most numerous victims. Shirks nnd
olhcr large fish, besides lurllc, I have killed;
but unless they are near Ihe suificc, so that
they gel Ihe full force of the bullet, it Is use
less firing at them. I am fortunate In hiving
an excellent retriever, who retrieves the dead
fish very well, though he runs some dinger at
limes In fisting )oung slinks. Stinging rays
grow to a great size out here, and one that I
harpooned lowed me In a small boat at a high
sced. A curious kind of worm, .alioiit six
Inches long nnd of the thickness ofa jieicc of
string, rises apparently from out of the coral
reefs twice every year. They are called Inlolo,
and make their first appearance in October,
which month the native call "Inlolo lallai,"
or "little balolo," ns the worms appear In only
a small quantity. They appear agiin in vast
numbers about November 251I1, and give that
month the name of "Inlolo levu," or "great
bilol"," The natives can almost lell to the
da) when these worms will apjicir, and by
keeping men on the lookout for a whilcish
scum which appears on the water just before
the balolo rise, rarely miss them. They appear
aliout low water, covering the sea with a
writhing, wriggling mass. As the tide rises
they drift in great numbers shoreward, and arc
baled up by the natives in small hind nets.
They are very excellent citing, but arc very
rich. The I'ijiins devour hugh quantities, and
faithfully bear in mind 'heir Inlolo proverb
"E ktn gona ni balolo, me na kuasara:"
which means, "If )ou don't cat balolo now, it
will be a long time lieforc )ou do." I.OI1J011
When after eight or ten ) ears' study llcrlioz,
the once despised, but now celebrated, Trench
composer began to comprehend the power of
music, he was invited to lead the amateur
orchestra ofa recently constituted philharmonic
society. He was sure their experience in the
art of directing instrumental masses, even by
experimenting in corvre vitt, he accepted ihe
office of the ifonhcstrt. On the day of re
hearsal he found some sixty performers, who
were tuning their instruments with the discor
dant din peculiar to amateurs. They were .aliout
to tr) a symphony in D, b) G)rowctz of all
rubbishy things the most rubbishy."" They be
gan: their clarionets sent forth a frightful dis
sonance, llcrlioz, stopping the orchestra, said
to the culprits "You have probably mistaken
one piece for another, Messieurs. We arepla).
ing in the kc) of D, and jou are playing in K."
"No, Monsieur, there is no mistake in the pelce;
il is Gyrowetz's s)mphoii)." "Let us begin
again, then." Kresh discord ; another stoppage.
"There is something wrong. Show me )our
part. I'arblcut the cocophony is easily ex
plained. Your part, certainly, is written in I,
but for clarionets in At and )our F, in that case
becomes the unison of our D. You hav e taken
Ihe wrong instruments." "Monsieur, vvchave
onl) clariuncts in C." "Well, then, transpose
)our parts into the right key." "We can't
transpose; we don't know how." "In that
case, ma foi, hojd )our tongues; keep silence,
and shut up your Jnstruments," 'II dare say,
indeed, we shal do that I We ere members of
the society, and we have just as much right lo
play as the others. " At this incredible speech
Iierlioz dropped his conductor's baton and ran
away as if the dtuce were at his heels. Len
'Roscoe Conkhng, sap the vVashington
Critic, "when in the senate was regarded as
the worst speller In that Ixxly. Senator
Mitchell, of Oregon, was assigned to a seat
directly behind Cockling, and soon the Sena
tor from New York, who had been busllly en
gaged in writing, turned to him and said:
Senator Mitchell "how would )ou spell
"wagon?"' W-a g-o-n said the Oregonian.
Well,' said Mr. Conkling, 1 will Immediately
proceed to erase a "g," I spelled the word
with two "gV" On another occasion he
asked Senator Mitchell how to spell czar, and
being told, remarked: I have just spelled it
"i-a-r," so I will prefix the letter "c."' Many
other eccentricities in spelling are told of Sen
' 1 . 11
A memoir h been prepared by M. Kiccardt
on the chemical composition of the banana at
different stage of Hi grow th. A green banana
contains half iu weight of starch. This starch
disappears in the ripe fruit. The sugar in the
fruit ripened on the plant is almost entirely
cane sugar, but If the fruit is matured aflcr
leing gathered the sugar Is four-fifths what is
called tnmted, and the remaining fifth cane.
Itoth the tannic substances and the organic
acids of the green are not to be found n the
ripe fruit, Alcoholic fermentation does not
appear to play any (art in the production of
the carbonic acid )iclded by the banana when
It arrives at its third act of ripening.
Very few people know that a Utter mailed in
a hotel envelope which fait to reach the per
son addressed Is sent at once to the dead Utter
office, notwithstanding the ten da)s return no.
lice on the corner If you stop at a hotel nd
use one of their envelopes, always mark out
the name and Insert )our own if you waot your
letter agiin, if it fails to reach the ir$on ad
dressed The Mise White, two estimable ladies,
IMng near Greensboro, Georgia, bate recently
spun and wove from nankeen cotton the cloth
for a suit of clothes. One of these ladles U
69 years old.
HUtlnnrtif tf Jtttffrtr I'hiutttthitt
N"mi nf pi irtMTimi
ItAwaiUn Aarkuhurnl Cnmmtty . ,
liAUwA Sugar Comtwnj ,,, ,.
Ottomeft Snjtf Crninj .
Ptika Sugar Company . , ,,
tlonimtl Sigar Cnrnpaity , .,
ktvieoli I'UntAtloii ,
Wail'ilti Stijiar Comjmri) .
IjhI Maii) I'UntJtUi.
MitW Siitiar Lptnjnny . . .
KiliiiA Siiffar (rmipati) , . ,
KpaWa Plahtftitofi . ,
I ihit t'lfliitnii'Mt ,
KntfU Sitjjar Company . ,,,,, ,,.,
, , Planting lnirrtMa
I Itele Phntiitttn
, . Phiitlna Inlrrttfi
ktkaha Pltiitaliotia .,
. , Ilanilnic Intcretu..
WaimAnat't Nij(Ar Company
Ol iwaIu iStirfar Cmnixtny . . ...,
Haiku Sugar Crtfnjwny . ,,.
Alexander A. IlaUUIn
ft tit,, , ''an,tn .nlerwlt..
I'lani Intf Int'reoft.
Oolau Sti;i ir Cwnpnny,. ..,..,.
Knliala Sugar Lqmranv
4 Vsf ,
10,01 n ,
1 3,834, &o
IWccr .Mill Co. and I'l.intliii: IntereMa '
nani riamaiion , , ,
drove Kanch ....
lAallie Sugar Company, ,,
.siflivrr 1 Mmaii'iiiti ,
Hawaiian Commmlal Com pan)
Ma V.i la 11 Plantation ,.,..,,,.,
Ililra Suijar Company .
Ndalclui Plant at inn ..., ......
Hnnokai Sltjfir Ciittiiwiny
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CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
PALMER A THATCHER,
113 Fort Srrrtr. ...-,. .Honolvli, II. 1.
Ginger Ale and
That U Superior in Quality and Flavor
to an) tiling ever produced before in thu kingdowu
Pure Frnlt Acids,
i Arteian Water,
ONtV ISFU tN THE MAKfr ACTUHE.
Pare Eastern Apple Cider.
SODA. (PcrDiMcn) 5oc
SARSPARILLA M 5oc
CIDKR. ... " joe
G1NGKR ALE. " 75C
Patent Wire Stoppers used on alt our bottles.
Order solicited. Good delivered to any part of the
ttty, and shipped to the other iUnds.
'Iklkphonk, No. 397,
OALMER ft THATCHER.
113 Fort Sikkkt,,, Honolilu, If, I.
Toilet Articles and Turner Goods,
ladirV anu ckntlemkn's
Toilet Drtuiig Cases.
ELbGANT BAUV IOILKT SbTS
IK SKVBRAL STVL1V.
Saoket Powders and Pace Pewders
IN GREAT VAKIHTY,
A COMfL-RTS LINK Or
ImndWs's CeUVnstod Porfnamoi7r
Extracts." Cologne, Lavender Wattr, Etc
Dr. Tkatoher s Toot Powder.
Our Prlcet Ar Always BactpiiMally Low,
Tst-Kt-nomt No. )r. iu-tl
UNTBRPRISB PLANING MILL.
u; Kokt SrT( Honolulu, II. I.
C. J. Harajr as4 H. P. fawtdaaoa.
OOMTKAOTOaU suU BUILBEm
PUalos;, Shaping, Turalag,
Baad 4croU Swiag,
Doors, Saab, BUada, Door
4wd Wia4ow FraoMa,
Stairs, ssa4 U oritr.
MOLDIKOS AND J-INISH,
All wJr n!l.i on shut nolle., inj JMlof yamir
sturulcdta MouUinf nud. lo any pIUrn wiihoui
tlr (turn, for Iniset. Prtc, al HlT'-'at VMS,
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toir)iii6i 3.180,30! 970,046 641,240 50,000
-1I7-AIL.UKU POI FACTORY,
Wailvki, Maui, 11,1,,
llent QtmlllH nf Vitlttl Mnnufttrlurrtl Coil
Mttllilll. All ordcrt filled wilh disfKitLh.
E. H. BaUty.
FANCY COLORED GLASS,
Just received and for sale ex Abcrgeldie and
HanLowy from London,
;. OEOROE LUCAS.
Al THU HONOLULU STEAM TLAINOMILL
TIIK rlNKST ASSORTMENT OP
Vniirif Colorrrl Mnt 3140 hirhei
May be found at the above etUblUfimenL
Also, 1'I.A'IK CLASS, from 911 jjjiclici to 1:111 feet
TIIK AbOVK IS
OH-hKLII AT REASO.VXBLE KATtS.
An Earl)' Call u bolicued.
Honolulu Steam PLanins MdL
J M. OAT, JR. CO.
5 P P
Slntfoiifin ami Xcw Uealem,
HAWAIIAN GAZKn K I1L0CK, u MERCHANT
Hase jut received, e Mariosa, a line assortment of
Anion; uhich nu be found
LETIER PAPER, ,
II road and narrow, by the ream ; blocked, or by quilt.
MEMORANDUM IILOCKS. c, c, c
Hound to please.
Hanker.' .Urge, Uanken' tmall,
in fact we have Inktundi for alb
POST OKI-ice I.KT1KK SCALES.
Carter's Combined Copinf and Writing,
in quartt, pints, and half pints.
CARTER'S WRIUNO FLUID,
in quarts, pints, half plnll, and const.
VIOLET INK, quartt, pints, half pinti, and conea
ARNOLDS WRIIINC; FLUID,
in quant, pint', half pints, and conet.
, STAFr ORD S, In quartt and pints.
Kiyptian Perfumed Ink.
In quarts, pintt, half plnls, aiyl cmci.
Perfect Mucilag. Ilottle,
MANN-b COPV HOOKS t
10 x l, full bound and half bound,
10 a 14, full bound and half bound
Mann. Cwpvlng Pp r.
PENS and HOLDER'S In great varieties.
Automatic Pencils, Coplnj Pendlt,
aber't PcnciU, IHon Penult, c.
DRAWING PAPER, plain anJ mounted,
Manilla Detail Paper.
ENVKI.OPr.Sl isvw assorted.
Ila)ui Cards, round corner and plain.
MEMORANDUM BOOKS,. Urg. variety,
Tim. Houkl, aasortcd,
bhlppuf lags, lourislTags.
INVITATION PAPER, and Envelopw lo maich.
Itall Irogramra. Cards, pencils and tassels.
LICTTER PRESSES, large and malt,
Rubber Hands, all tle.e
IIASE HALLS and UAIS.
Guided and Score Hooks.
UIR1HDAV CARDS, POCKLt' KNIVES, and
uany uthcr cuticles too nunttrou to Menlion.
. SUtotKI IMIOMS receited for any foreigu
passr or MazaniM published at any lime. oAUi fur all
Ihe Local Papers and Maguiites, Seasides, Krook.
sides, Faaul) Llbrao, etc., la)S OB hand, and tpe.
clal numbers sent lor to order,
M. SPKCUL. ORDERS nvcistd fot HOOKS, etc
RED RUISUER STAMP AGENCY,
and Agenta (or ihe Encyclopedia Utiunntca.
ML All IsUod order, tiled pcomplly, Ta
J. M. OAT, Jr.". and CO ,
160-if CaelM Block, a Mcrehani Street.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OH hit rOK SU.h,
From lb. carilori of lh Matl.falr ami lAhrr rnt
tessels. Ihe (oHolnf
Dry Goods and Clolhiw:
I'rlntt of lli laletl Im, (i'l colori;
IJIne llrmms, llr.iwn Unn Drllk,
While Croydon Sli-etln,,,
llorrork'a loj C loths, Walsfprfyf Vwtt.
'I ofl. arxl l,tHiii2, (Hah lowell,
I able Clolh., Table Napkins,
Ports Llnaa. Shawls, Dram Good.
Grenadine, While and Colir'd lilke,
Col rtl Salins, (Irats Ctollit,
Artificial I lowers and realhft,
C.xion Hamlkerchlefs, Silk Hanilkerchirft,
I able Covert, wo.len. Colored Salient and Lrapet
Jancy Miilure and lllue and Gray flannel,
Victoria Ijlans, HronU' hp.nl Collorl,
lllue and White Check I lilos,
rANCY DRESS goods
rar.y llaida, Rezalta Shirts, WoolShlrtl,
V Idle ami Colored Cotton Shirts,
V ancy Scarft, Pilot Keeferl,
MenaUMle.ruI MrownCrHlon Half Hose,
Indies Hosr, Mcn'l Rea.lt. made ClutMiiZ,
Iji.Ii-.' Halt (while, black and fancy straw),
IndLt Rublier Cnolt, CaitArid ligin,ci,
lllue an.1 Gray Horse lllankels,
Wor,len lllankels, all tlet, colors ami weifhlt;
Vrlrri I'tirir-lm, I'rlrrl Ihiff,
I'rlrrl nml Tnprnlrif Itoor MM:
A full as..rtme,,t of GKNTLEMLNS and I.A
DIFS'StDDI.Ul.lto, Sa.lilles for Hoys and Glrlt
and a few
IIRIDIF.S, Saddle Clol In and Chatnoit. Skins.
Sofriar Raffs, 20x.18.
CotU Base, 2Sx37.
Rloe Ram and Twins.
filler Press Haas ai3n, tomelhinz new and in creat
demand" a few only remaining Fhese bajes are mad
to fit Otlo'l Press, and are of the" right sire nnd prorier
(lalrnnhrtl Vnmgatril llonfliig (i gauge),
in 6, 7, 3 and 9 feet lengths.
KOOrlNR SCREWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed I ence Wire, No. 4. 3, 6 and 7, and Staples;
Galvsnlied Iron lluckett, all ties;
Oalvanlied Wash Ilastns,
Galvanized Garden llorderinz and Netting,
Tinned Iron Saucepans, all sires,
'1 eakettlet, real Japan Kicking.
I'u vina firicKn 11 ml Garden Til en,
lawn Seatt and Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
Clolhrs llntkrlB, -
t NpoHyr Ilaakrt.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
fancy Glass Flower Stands.
t em Haskctf etr
PORTLAND CEMKNT HIRE I1RICKS,
Uttrpool Hall and Borle Sail, Zlirt, Valnlt
and tloilrd Oil; Warcrttrr Sauce
English, American and Hawaiian
lhre, Al and beven yanjt long
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty lest, sites tf, X, f. and X.
POWELL DUFPKYN STEAM COAL,
ENCLISH LEATHER HKLTING, from "jtot.,'
IS feet lengths; 16 and tS lb per yard.
Fish Plate., Holt, and Nuts.
Railroad Spikes to match
Out HUfHurtt Poiccr Vartnblt Kngln
Alto, Ue Tkrrr-Hurt t'otetr Yt tul
o-qr THRO II. DWIESfeCa
MR. ). W. ..VAKNDLE V
Will give Inttructiona to limited number of pupil.
la VloUa.PUila' sad
Tb Cultlf alio, of th. Vote.
Comuuulcaikxu rvspsKting 1U abui. may U Uft al
sir. C F- Williaau Piano and l-urnuura Store, lele.
K'lon. No. ;6; Sir T. G. 'I hniu't Store. Telephou.
o. jo; and al the Rastdenc. of Sir. Vatndlc), No. la
9Umm TmU, .ylrsssl mm 9Uk4,
Ot tt44.tr OTII,t
If OfJer. u feiJsfYtofJ 4i .buv.
- ffJcitcriil Iblicrliocmcnlo.
C M. CARTER & CO
s ti fa.rx
a r. rj.AiMtrft
No. Hit Kins; Strntit, Ifnnnlrtlu.
.Ktail lritaift;trf M
FIREWOOD, COAL AND TEED
We would notify Ihe rMi, and hrskprs In par.
Iictilaf, lhal keep on hand and fur tale. Inquanliliet
lotoli nirthaert ami at lowm raiet, fml, m ToIIowsi
HARK AND SOKI WfX'D,
N. S. W. NI.WCAfI I.B CO M,
Cft.niRAIKU WKILINOION MINF,
list alw.e can he ordere.1 by I elephone or tKl.tr. I .r,
ami Immeillale delivery guaranteed,
filVB US A CALL . . Telephone, No. joj
k atsri kerr i strs-i.
HAV, OAIS-Cahfomia and New Zealand;
IIARI.KV-Whnle ami Enmml ;
WHKA r, CORN-W hole a.id crackl j
HRAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order ihe abort through lelephon. No. 303,
Qmiolt DaUrarj and roll telffht
ORDKRS FROM Ol iF.R ISIMNf)S SOl.lCIl t.D
Free Delitery to All Pant of the City.
RemosaWr, No. 82 King Strsset.
'XttrrnotiP So. vj.
Imjiorter and Ilealer In
Chandeliers, l.i-npl. Pendants Hratket Idmps;
O I uleilar. Side I ubular, ILHlin; hoti.e,
and Police lanterns; Norse, Pocket, ami
labtelmps; Globes, Chimneys, Rerlectort,
lmp Holders for sewing machines.
S-IOVhS AND RANGFS -Uncle Sam, lluck.
Patent, Richmond, "Ka Mol,' Pert, Osceola,
Hawaii Alolts A!me.la llorx
MISSISSIPPI RANGI-Coolmj capacity for loo
IRhNCII RANGLS-For restaurants, hotel., and
(iriva'e resideMes, with or without hot water
WLS-1LNII0LMS IX L CUII.KK-
A fine assortment of lable, Desert, and Tea
Knives and Folks ; Carvers ami Steels, with
flam ard ornamental itory handles ; also
'ocket Knives, Razors, Shears, Ilutlon hole
and Ladies Scissors, Hread Kmtes, senmne
Irench Cook Knites, liutcher and Kitchen
I-adiet Workitand Haskel ; Office, Lunch,
(.aundr, and Market llatlelt.
DOORMA l-S-Atsorted sire, and natterru.
Rogers llrothers" and Meriden I'Utin; WorLl ;
Water ami Cream Pitchers; Table. Desert,
and lea Knives'; forks and Spoont, Spoon
Holdrt, Napkin Rwji, Children'i Muzt,
Pickle and Cruel Stands, flutter Howls,
Card Recelters fruit Standi, Preserve
Nickle mounted Tea Sets, in part or whole,
very neat and desirable ; plain Coekiug
UtcnstU in large variety,
Milk Pans. Puddins and plain Hatins Milk
lloilert; Rice, Jell), and Ice-cream .Moulds;
new patterns in Stew Pans.
SAUCF.PANS F.nanielrd anJ tinned Iron, from 3 pint
to 1 satton.
Toilet Sen, Toilet Standi. Water Coolers
Cake, Cash, ami Knife Hoses; Spitloons,
Cuspidors, Children's Iras.
Fairbanks' Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Molme Plow, Shovels, Spadet, Hoes, Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks. Oos, Hoe Handles,
Ilow Handles and Heama.
ICE CHF.STS and REf RlGtRATORS.
BALDWIN rODDEK. CimKRS-Three sires, ..
t, iK, and a inch cut, an A 1 article.
Warranted best gradei New Vork Maridard.
and carbolued, K, X, 1. tM. iK, a inch
Hose, noetic and sprinklers, axe
PLUMHf.R AND TINSMITHS" MATERIAL:
Sheet Lead, a to 14 lbs. stiuare foot ; Soil Pipe,
lead and cast Iron; Water Ckets, Ca.cs
Sheet lln ; Sheet Copper, dean and tinned,
14 10 60 or. ; ll-se IliU.c, Rosin; Sinks
black and enameled; ditto Washstandt;
Sheet Zinc; Soft Solder, our own make,
GALVANIZED IRON P.Ph-t, to a inch; elbows.
1 reducers, plugs, buthins;.
PIPE VICES, lake H lo J inch pipe ; stocks and dies,
C's yila) inch pipe.
BIRD CAGE" I-arirest variety In market, alnted,
bright, aul bractwire.
I1AIIV CARRIAGES, Hoy.' Wlieelbarro.t and (so
AGENT f OR
Hall sjustls -celebrated Fire and Hurglar proof
Safes. We keep in stock the tarzest assort.
ment of Safes to be bund west or Californta.
Cult mailld upon application,
OELEITS ICE MACHINES:
Just the thin,; for use on plantations whei.
steam it atailablc. Small sire nukes it lbs.
Ic. iu four hours ; second aire, 70 lbs. In sesen
hours. Cuts, with full directson fur workina,
nailed lo )our address on application. We
are auihorued 10 deliver these machines
alongside at makers' pnecs, adding only cost
of pac ki 04 -ca see mwl frcbihts,
CUSTOM WORK of all klndt in tin, coiir, and
sheet iron working ancojed to. Wukthoi
over store. WmV csecutcsl by ctenjiclenl
workmen at reasonable prices.
IIKA.EK UI.OCK. I OR T STREET. ,
" Nimble siapeuc. better than a stow thillui. " and
r dont fOROfrr it. an xy, tr
THE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
. ENOLIMS k C-s.
A't. J. .Varaxaw Si., lltnttU II. .,
Sol. a.t.l lor Ihes Ivlanls. A full Liu. of lUe
amii " Miyrlor"
and Ifsturft far th. sajs aJtrajt la stock.
JOU WORK PROMPTLY DONE
kJOrlCF-T-AH peiuis in hcrssV) waL4 .sunt
Xsl slsuoluif or iresujsssui. itlir r Usun th.
IWiof Iks llAWAILOA RANCH COMPANY In
Weiilua, b.dereJ b Ike CVmoU tek sad th Wat.
me-a liter, wulsaut Ihe oaastsst of lb. SMUerslaned.
, , . M. DICKSON, Hif
HaoJuhi, Aucut it, iMl Va
MO. NO, 1. NO 1.
SATINS In every variety, towhkh we ell
ibe atrent ron of the fadW etully
(Hack Silks, anoned;
Cashmere an.1 Saieen Cmlanves,
Silt Merino- Umlerthrrtt ami fteiitt fl,
nentt'and Udlev'Sitk lfan.kenhleft,
An.1 hemstitched dmo.
Salln Duchett MANTLB VKLVET sod
aulas' Uhrle Mu.linTnilet lackett, Irimne.l,
ffllr" Irrestin; (town,
SflW Umbrrllas and Parasolt,
Ostrich f ealhrrs,
French fCM Gloves.
Ivory and Pearl llallont,
Slipt'r Patterns, HracaHt, and C.fMf, h
Ihe material rrIy for making up,
Scotch and W.lih Tweed,
Thornioti' Corsett In alt 'inaliliet.
l'eklt Slripe.1 Satin ,
Children. Sun Honnelt,
Irimmed an.1 untrlnml Hals.
A (real tariely cSla.N.
New Stock of Ribbons,
1 aUo Covert,
lapestry and rich frinjed Ladies' Dolman,
in ureal variety.
And ws bej to call attention toour FRESH STOCK
of 01 L and WA I ER COIX)RS.and alarite assortmer.l
of DRAWING MATERIAL
.11 IJlirr,, ifnl Kltn nlrtrl Mlarrm
A New Line of CUT I.ERV and IIARDWARF,
all personally selected in Europe
and th. Sates.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSH.
COR THIRTY DAYS It
tommrHttng on, Jfo... (1.,, Ort, lut, IMH3.
CHAS. J. FISriEL WILL OFKER
AststsuttlUff Rarsjtaaa ia MUUsMry
Prior to the departure of MISS EM RICK fortK"
Stales, on ihe Mariposa, le-tvinz Her. abottt October
IJth, lSj,j.e will male
A Oraml Clmnmrr Hair v( MUllmery.
To make toonitW our .atea.it. stock, which will "Jtl
1 . 1.. -j .... s.iu .....,... '-
, iui,iMmi uj tio-s r.irtic,iw in per
son, and Is to arris, her. about
V ,, 4
Kt tzusijtsir of Moictalvr.
Our REDUCIIONS are GENUINE, and
only 10 be seen by careful busers to be P "I
apiwecialed. Reinoantt iu all "i
MAC fHiVM. 1
Special emotion U called to ihe above auaounccmesat. -i
'r fmrMn em si later -rlr. n nettatttl W "J
KffeUrd in IMUCIIpl
III. to Ihe INTEREST of I.VKKVltODV I. cast
andte these IIAkCIANS, better wLJJo. Ulaaa
AD Good. wUI be uvatktsl ia pUiu eViure aj4
f , c
tZruout rum vamu o.SLr.im
chab. jr. nwu.
IHE LEADINU MII.LINEKV
! Utr tit f ssssf Htftl dESrtWe,
Hrafssb Store ;
vrtirrvsiswtni.. I issssssp
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