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Hoj.iolt.ilu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, October 27, 1883.
1 ., rti 1 . n 11 ,:rr:;.
A Trip Into the flmtn Mar nhnnt
summer lias passed, rind dreary winter I
near at Jmml The (tail day tire Riuwinp
ptirfptlliljr ihorter , low hun cloud nic
ready to drop ttielr Rirticicd fullness dovtn,
aiul many nslrtr Imlicntiofi also point lo the
nMvin of rain, nniWIIas, and otciCo.Hi.
I lately patsed through the Rtnln country
lying alout Stockton, and found the prepara
tions for nest )ear' crop now Irclng mtde,
Krain Rtnenlly stored, and crlntnd cleired
for folate harvests, ton and ton of straw are
bunted as the cheapest way of disposing of
what does not pay to hale, and n far as the
r)e ran reach and on every tide are Rreat tire
illumining the whole horizon, the sight may
le enjoyed for Its grindeur I hut what a wane I
Toarmcatan intrlligenl Idea of Callfor
nn'i grain interest, one hould llt I'oit Cmta
near Martiner, from which point so many
caiRoe of wheat ate shipped, where ecry
fvihty of elevator, railroad, chute, and
starr-houses are to lc found and where store
house numhering neirl) a hundred arc lining
thr load, and boarding home?, alnns, and
ronifortahle hornet for the thousand emplojcd
In Ihi interest hue built up a town of no
mean proportions. Nor I the gocxl work at
I hi, K)int only, hut at hundreds of other
shipping point mty he found the name solid
indication of material prosperity giv ing bnnc
and sinew to our state and ofTcring Induce
ments to many which the mineral wealth
would never interest. To ascertain the actual
amount of grain moed this jc-ir throughout
the length and breadth of thi state involves
an amount of figure? suggetic of alabar)nth,
an I while such figuring has fascination for
manj, my wcaV hrain staggers at the mere
cjntcmplatlon of 1, particularly after having
had an ocuhr demonstration of one wee cor
ner of this gieat Interest, all of which leads
me to ijucrj, - Which is king, Wheat or
hugar a case of nip and tuck. That car
nest friend of )Our kingdom (I icfer to the
San Francisco Chronicle) speaks of King
Kalakaua as the " opcia IwuiTe King," and
vsites up the Chinese in Hawaii net, devot
ing a column to the subject, evidently
prompted by ome one who is posted ; for,
while some mistakes arc made the account
acconl.ng to my recollection is pretty near
correct. Perhaps the Chinee ate destined
to rule jour country. If 6, 'In a perversion
of tshakespcere jou tmcht exclaim, "There's
dltihit) that shapes our ends rough hew
tfccm as we may. ' Hut il one hill the push
and energy of the despised " Chinazers "
hid leen copied h the Ilawaiians, the ques
tion of proprietorship would not now be in
the b-ilancc, nor a topic of conversation at
home and abroad.
My unavoidable absence from the city has
somewhat interfered with my -visits to that most
interesting place, the Mechanics' Fair, which
closed last evening with an attendance so laige
as to be really uncomfortable for those who
went to see instead of lieing seen, the general
verdict lcing that as a whole, the exhibition',!
superior to all former efforts, so much so as to
suggest a permanent display.
In exhibitions like the one now closed much
independent upon foreign contributions, that
is, out of the state, but In this instance the
salient features were home productions, not the
lent being the display of pipe organs by llcrg
strom iV Co., whose efforts after miny sears
of constant and faithful work, arc now being fully
appreciated. In the recollection of yourcorres
oident many a musician "has turned uphisnose
fur a four or five thousand dollar church orgin,
wns, on account of this general feeling, sent
cast to obtain at greater expense an instrument
no butci in an) respect than that to lm found
at our ow n factory . Hut now uur fair considers
the exhibit worthy of a place, while every
evening crowd arc attracted by the playing of
local artist on these wonderful combinations
of pipes and kc) , called by the true lover of
music a king among instruments. To hear
music ttlus is one thing, but when a very
ordirur) brats band, several piano plavcd very
Indifferent!) and the organ above spoken of,
arc all tuning up at one and the tame time In
different keys and different tune, the result
beggars description, and leaves little to look
for but a peaceful death, to no music, slow or
Candy in all its processes from )rup and
tugar to stick and choice Frcnch.lioii lion, I
made in tight of visitors and goods to order fur
customers while waiting. I'opcorn, to delight
old arid )oung, cannot be made fast enough for
the admiring crowd.
In the picture gallci) last time I was rather
carried away with my lack of appreciation for
many "thing'' hung on the walls and failed
to notice a painting by Urooke, who lias done
such faithful work in still life, hit birds and
fish being wonderful for color and likeness,
and now dealing with a moot original subject
with wonderful success, a canvass about eigh
teen inches square, having for a background
fruit and (lowers on a dish partially covered by
a napkin, the napkin held In place by a hand,
life the, the painter's uvtn, every vein and
tissue pf the subject being drawn in its coin
plttctt detail color, position and general
treatment wonderfully true to nature, and
ssurthv the attention it receives.
In the flower garden, with Its gorgeous
colors, fruits in monstrous site and variety, is
arranged a rockery with water rushing madl)
down its tide, and reminding one of Kapcna
on a small scale wit natives and general sur
rounding!. In the garden also may be found
th "little world" with il wonderful
mechanism of wheels so familiar to
Honolulu people, having been at some
lime exhibited there. Here also ma) be found
scscmI kind of Incubatoit, showing the wliolc
process Uom the lime the rugs ate laid till
good strung chicks result, the heating lieing
pfswItttfM by a coal oil lamp, one patent hav
ing an automatic cut-off for irgulatihg the
tctoptHtuic, sshsch display vsuudcrful til
grnuily. 'The best machines are a decided
riiipicjvrwwt 00 Daasc Nature, who many
time, knots not cssossgh lo go hi out of the
sola, tthile the mtekUtc tulclvM kesjps under
rt, ftwtk Its young with the bt of food
(feat, Use stitpid hen can cwmsnaml and many
mm i wtsicll site knows tsettsMg.
Tit f hc price of grape, ha had the
'.f titftt U ttdusu, the sjuvunt wad ieto wis
h) several gallons some estimate it at five
million les thin hut )ciir. If It Is lint less
than formerly whit must n big )car lie, but
then we have Just now the wine erne, and
miny who never liefore took interest In the
ttibject are now huving smalt vines utts, plant
ing vine and talking learnedly of different
Varieties a though alwi)t familhr therewith,
ami hill tide which till recently were Iwrrcn
now bloom and blossom like the rose with
Incipient fortunes In the shape of small twigs
by courtes) called grae vine. Thousand of
acre nil through Sotiomt and Napa valley and
the southern eotintic, arc coming Into notice
b) this enterprise.
in our California Magarincthltttmewchive
an enthusiastic dicrtation on the sleepiness of
Honolulu, the loveliness of it quiescent life,
and general funis for a ioct' residence, and
could wish that the spirit of Charles Warren
could have moved him to a more continued
ramble in the scene passed, probably never to
be renewed, for If ever an) mortal cnjo)ed to
the full his iW.r far nttntt, tint Kindred spirit
Is the friend of many )cnrs who wrote the first
article in the October Overland, and "now
sigh and lghs hi heart away in the sunny isle
hnd " a) one who joins him in spirit if not
Number two in the Oceanic line, or in other
word the Ahmcdi, i expected to lctvc on
time to morrow, and lieing reputed fitter thin
her sister, may make the trip under six day
justtosecwh.it she can do; but when seven
d,i)s i an average steamer trip, a shortening of
twenty-four hour lwcomc a gre-it boon tose.i
sick mortals, so let' be fully satisfied with six
da) and not complain. Yours hastily,
San Francisco, October 15th, 1SS3.
An addition has been built on the cast end
of Doctor Wight' "outside" or I'uehuehu
store, a carl of it for ft post-office which will
be fitted up with two or three dofen lock
hove. The rate to lie chirgcd for these
boxes, a compared with rates in towns of like
sire 111 the " State," is vcr) high. It his lieen
suggested "by some that an improvement on
the present plan, of having the mills come to
two offices, would lie to have them all come to
Ihc I'ueliuclm office, which I first on the line
of the railroad, and there be distributed ;
" inside " Idlers to lie forwarded by the mail
carrier to the other office. This pint would
add nothing to the present dutic of the
carrier, and it would facilitate the distribution
of mail matter all along the line. It would also
avoid the receiving of miil matter through
two offices, as is now sometimes done from
It is in this ruthless fashion that the Hilo
correspondent of the Press writes of the Hilo
contingent of " the militiry : " " The gallant
young Haw-aiians, who had high ideas of
covering themselves with glory as well as
clothing have hid all their high aspirations
nipped in the bud. 1 heir gallant captain his
left for a count rj where soldiers arc not needed
except to fight. Will not some )oung chief
tan thirsting for military glory visit Hilo and
take command at once? Haw ail have
an army. It is in danger. The other islands
arc coming here, and no one can tell the
result. We must not give up the ship, for wc
posses but one."
Those who rememlwr the edition of the An
cient Mariner, illustrated by Dore, which
Harper &. Druthers published some years since
will welcome the latest announcement of the
same firm 1'oc's Raven, with illustrations h)
Dore, the last completed drawings of the ar
tist, Edmund Clarence htcdman furnishes
some critical comment to be printed with the
poem. Uorc's criticism of the Raven was
striking. He termed it! " The-Hulgma of
death, and the hallucination ol an inconsolable
soul ;" and his Illustrations arc said to be in
startling appropriateness to the spirit of the
The New York Star thinks, on pethaps pretty
good grounds, that the Harvard magnates
have not forgotten a hard hit llutler gave them
once. He vva conducting a case at East
Cambridge soon after the execution of Profes
sor Wclistcr for the murder of Doctor I'arkman,
and cross-questioned a Harvard professor with
unusual severity. He was interrupted by the
opposing counsel, who asked Uutlcr jf he was
quile aware whom he was dealing with.
"I'erfe-clfy, sir," said llutler; "we hung one
of these Harvard fellows the other da)."
Some ) cars ago, on the day of an eclipse,
when all the inhabitants of Pari were out of
doors, provided with telescopes and bits of
smoked glass, an Englishman was seen driving
furiousl) in a hackney coach. " Where does
my lord wish to go to?" said thedriver. "To
tee the eclipse." exclaimed the Englishman,
thrusting his. head out of the coach window;
"only ilritc up as near as possible, for I am
Sidney Smith said that it i a man' duty to
wave off trouble that may come, and enjo)
himself for the present. Sid didn't Stop to
consider that the (rouble may come In the
shac of a sixty pound bull dog, which it Isn't
to easy to shake off.
A pretended ghost made its appearance In
an Australian country town, the other night,
ami accidentally ran against a Inilbdog. The
result of the cileountcr established licjond all
doubt that there was nothing tt.ntiiiout,
about the dog.
New Yoik girls, according lo the Graphic,
have become so "English" that the) will not
go out on the streets unattended. They mutt
have a chaperon? to partlct ami the theater.
The) won't go out with the )"ung men alone.
Mrs. Crajvrofl, the sitter of hit John Frank,
tin, died recently at Dorkiuy, at Ihc age of 90
years. She spent nearly all het ample fortune
in fitting out expedition to search for her
E. M, Derby, a prominent lumber met
hant of San rrancisco, was run over by a train
and instantly killed at Ktuit Vile station,
Alameda County, on the josh ultimo,
William Wick it 10 begin in the December
or January number of Harper's a serial novel
eotitltd Judiclh Shakespeare the heroine
Mac slaughter of the lUid of Avon.
avi: jiter tcTctfivhii mi; irc,est iMroRiAitdMor
ART AND HOLIDAY GOODS
ft cr trough! into this csmntr) .
J AMONO Till- riCTURPS MA.Y Y SfcKN
The Popular Palatine;! of Flowers and Fruit, bj Mrs, Cillen.
Also Portraits, Fruit and Landscapes, by Protestor Stronsr.
All uf lh above are subjects of iKls country.
Flowers and Fruit In Water Colors and Colored Lithographs, Studies of Madame Vcrns;
said to be the fines! cer made.
SI MX ENGRAVINGS,
SVA1FR. COLORS - .
20,000 feet of Mooldinc for Frames
Card, Cabinet, and liouduir t KAMt S,
SrATUAKY, fit .IfHrWr, iin, mf 1'larter. ,, , ,
:r 5 " '
JAl'ANLSUItA.Sirib, MOUSIAUC!ICUrSandbAUCLRSuinnytles,ctc '
WORK I!SKETb...Kl 1! vSKl.T STANDS ' w'
Clove and Handl-cn-hief! QXLS, , '
Jewel cases, Oil Cases
Brackets in all sues and si) Ic
Uoquet and Ggar Tables
The very latest Stylet of CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S CARDS.
1 ,- " ?'
All Lindsof New To)
PIANOS, ORGANS. CUITAKS,
ACCORUIONb, ' V10UNS, , "
AND llR.siS INSTRUMENTS,
'fhe very best btrines, for all String Irslrumeats. -
PARLOR , SETS,".
v r-" , , -y-v ' s,
Ws wtU be bt.Ased lo.hav every tody call iukl,t.stiunc uur eOttU. - -M - ,w
WIU.U in our UMtiut tmlitly new to this cvuniri, Si; r t' " -'Jr
1 r is no rkoutLfc
T OftOUtt betsU OTIlt-R LSLAHDS -- - -.1 ,1 ' 4-.
- ---ri-vjrr "; tn -" v" -- t 1 - isArfjst; '- "
S'VkiTv, ' . k
ssatit Cornices, 'including every style new and oM. -
Velvet, Native Carved Wvoct, I- tony, elc '
for Ihc lmlc one..
Vriit, and Crmdlr.
i k -
s U v
,, , si 1
JaoaMM Watt uvfsnl I'atk.SuTesvi, etc -
' r,,', j - - - - r w .
q bitow coons.
,f . "
gENSON. SMITH, ft CO.
DRUGGISTS St. PERFUMERS.
113 lone MsFtT HnNOLeLi, II I
Toilet Article and Fancy Goods,
lAillKS SHU OiNTUfM. s't
Toilet Dressing; Citrien.
LLrOANT IIAItV TOII IT SirrS
III SkVIKAI. STVLF.
Sachet Powder and Frsco Powder
IN GltKAT VASIETV
V A COMMKTE tisr or
XiandberR'st Celebrated Perfumery,
SIC II A
Extracts, Colognes, Lavender Water, Etc
Our Prices Are Always Exceptionally Low,
TrLtriinsK No. .07. ijtf
FAWCV COLORED GLASS,
Jusl received and for sale et Alerstldie and
Hankow, from London,
ATTIIL HONOLULU STKAM I'LANINOMII.L
THR PINKST ASSORTSIFNT Of
t'nnru Culorrd (Horn . ,30x40 Inclir
May be found at the above establishment.
Also, 1'LA J 1. GLASS, from 9x12 inches lo 12x1a feet
tub, Arova is
OtrMsKI) AT REASON V.BLK RATFS.
An Faily Call it Solicited.
152 Honolutu Sleam l'laning Xlill
R 11 I. U M A 1 ISM,
Nauanu Street, and comer of Fort and Merchant slreclt
JC.T StKCKIVKD KX
"MartSa Davli," "MaJlsgate," and tipeatd ei
" Mariiou" ami other vevtel
Ilosion Caid Matches,
Hon Shoes and Nails,
DOWNERS and NOONPAY Oil,
Lubricating Oils of all kinds,
Cut Nails all shes,
Chnch Nails, all ilies,
Cuion Wan in bales,
(i. uiaeasn in t ivellowi.
Cheap Ri Clocks,
Utowb Soap, In cases,
Wirt Harging dasktit for Ferns, Jk,,
f , Last 1 I'Unr-uloii Hoes,
,- H Inch Gouse neck Suskct )Ioe,
l(c Crtaru Irt.ius,
1 lawn Mowers, test kind,
Case's Gstiuin Amoskctg Denims,
Cam's Genuine AmuxWag Manners Slripe,
Beside, a thosuand antcltt In the Hardware line always
Soon opecied, not by the "fpaietn," a bum com.
(JeU assonioent of
Hmii't JMeel riairt mn4 irMt.r.,
SjtTith saira Randkss, Beams toj PoUts.
All lh.se wilt be (eund at I he comer Ulck stor of
Its !', O. HALL a SON. Uau'tuL
LW S-nLkS ut CuetalM, UtUtstutw and
lUtVtA! VUU caa hAtrtl aau fioaca as. a. U
LLlff, o4 Hutl tinsss. ,
frsUSHLI) STR-sWBKKKV, Tr Costs, awl
ut. su.te' "H?1 U Ma, ismi tssV twdM A
M ELLIS', 104 fun urns. y,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OFIF.R 0R SM.F,
I rom the cargoes t.f the Mtllsnale ami other recent
Dry Goods and Clothiw :
Print, of the lAlest-)e,fasl colors;
INtie Denrms, Ilrovsn I inen Drills,
V hlte Croydon bhceitng,
Horrock t Ixinjr Cloths, VVaterprrxf Tweeds,
lowels and Toweling, Glass I owe!.,
Table Uoths, table Napkins,
Pure Linens, Shawls, Dress Good
Grenadine., White and Colored bilks,
Colored Satins, liras. Cloths,
Artificial I lower, and fcallW.,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Snk Handkerchiefs,
Table Covers, woolen. CoIoredSitteen.and Crapes
1 ancy Mlsture and lllue and Gray I lannel),
Victoria tawns, Itrooks' Spool Cotton,
lllue and VV hlte Check 1 Isiados,
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Kan,.y l'lnijs, Recalla bhlns. Wool Shirts,
hue and Colored Cotton Shirt.,
Fancy Scarfs, Pilot Reefers,
Men". V hlte and Frown Cotton Half Hose,
Indies Hose, Mens Read) made Clothing,
Indies' Hats (white, I lick and fancy straw),
Indus Rubber Coats, tapes and I ritgingl,
lllue and Gray Horse Itiankets,
Woolen lliankets, alUtres, colors and v eights:
t'rlrrt Vnrprt, Vilrrt liny,
Vrlvit awl Trtefr ! Jdfe,
A full assortment of GENTLLMrN'S d l,A
D1LS' SADDLLS ; also, Saddles for Hoys and Girls
and n few
liKIDLKS, .Saddle Cloths and Chamois Skins.
Sugar Bavtrt, 20x36.
Coal Bags, 26x37.
Rlee Baps and Twine.
Filler Kress Rags 3, something new and In great
demaru. a few only renuitnin;. T hese bags are made
to fit Olto . Press, and are of the r ght size and prefer
(iHtraiiUfl Cnrrugntnl Untying (24 gauge),
in 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths.
ROOFING bCRCWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed I ence Wire, Nos. ., s, 6 and 7, and Staples;
Gilvanued Iron thickets, all sires;
Galvanised Wash Ilaslns,
(talvamred Garden Itorderingand Netting,
Tinned Iron Saucepans, all sizes.
Teakettles, real Japan Itlacking.
Vuvtno Itrlt'hH and Garden Tiles,
Lawn Seals ami Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
Clolhrt Jliml.rlH, '
Jla riff- HaaK ,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Glass Mower Stands,
I em Raskets etr
PORTLAND CEMENT FIRE IIRICKS,
rjrrriool Hull and JtorK Suit, Zinc; I'nliiH
ami lliillril OH, Ifnt center Nauru
English, American and Hawaiian
-, Three, five and seven yards long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty ItM, I;c K". ( ,' vnJ i.
TOWELL DUfKRVN STEAM COAL,
ENGLISH LF.ATHLR BELTING, from "toi,'
it feel lengths; 16 and il lb per yard.
Iish I'lsus, Rolls and Nuts.
Railroad Spikes to match
Oh Mtx-HarM J'eiewi- I'erfaW Knyln
irao, On TkrtwHor Vmwtr Vm eml
M.r TIUO II. DAVIES CO.
MR. J. W. VARNDLKV
Will give Instruction lu s limiied number of pupil.
la VleUa-PUyUr tad
' The CsdSlvatUa of list Velc,
Ctwoiiuitcatioat rtseectiog ih above may Ulcftu
Mr. C K. WBUaW rWi -d t uraUure Ssu.., lab,
phon. Ma if, Mr. T, U. IVuras Stoes, TsJwm
No. m sad at lbs KtsUencs U Mr. VtMSMrtty, no. 10
CK SM0IT kOTUS,
If svaWs r tsUrstMil s. above.
C M- CARTER A CO.
. M lA.tr.,
t r. naaiuM
No. 82 Kins: Street. Honolnln,
taraiL rAti W
riREWOOD, COAL AND TEED
We would notify the public, tnd heusekiepert 1st par
llcula', lhl e keep on hand and fof sale. In quantities
to suit puithasers and at lowest rate., fuel, a. follows
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
CHARCOsL, tBl """"
N S W. NLWCASTLLCOAI,
CKLrnRAIID WLLLINOTON MINK,
DKPAttrURF. IIAV COAI,
Thealflve can I ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
GIVK US A CALL . ... Telephone, No. jo
we amo titer im stock
HAY, 0 TS California tnd New Zealand I
IIARI F.Y v hole and ground J
Willi r, CORN-Whole and cracked ;
. I1RAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order the above through Telephone No. 30J,
ANII Wfc WARKANT
Quick Dellrerjr and Full Welsttt
ORDF.RS FROM OTHKR ISLVNDS SOI.ICITF.D
Free Delivery to All Paris cf the City.
Remember, No. 82 King Street.
TrafrnoNENo. to. ijj
" FORT STREirr,
importer and Dealer in
Chandeliers, I .amps, Pendants, Bracket Ijmp.;
0 Tubular, f-ide Tubular, Rolling house,
and Police Lanterns ; asurse, Pocket, and
T able Iimps ; f IoIjcs, Clumne , Reflectors,
1 Amp Holders fur sewing mschines.
SIOVLS AND KANfirS- Uncle s,m, IlucV.
Palcrt, Richmond, " Ka Mor,' Pert, Osceola,
Hassan Aloha Alrneda Dora.
-MISSISSIPPI RANGE Cooking capacity for 100
FRENCH RANG! S For restaurants, hol.ts. and
private residences, with or without hot water
WhSTKNIIOLMS I XL CUTLERY t
A fine assortment of lable, Desert, and Tea
Knives and Forks ; Carvers and Sreels, with
flam and ornamental ivory handles ; also
'ucket kmtrs. Razors, Shears, Itutton hole
and ladies' Scissors, Rread Knives, genuine
I rench Cook. Knives, Huichcr and Kitchen
Indies' Work-.tand llasket ; Office, Lunch,
laundry and Market Ilaskets.
DOOKMA IS Assorted suet and patterns.
SILVER PLAThl) WARLr
Rogers Hrothers'nnd Meriden Plating WoiktJ
valer and Cream Pitchers; lable, DeOcrr,
and Tea Knises; rorks and SMMns, Spoon
Holders Napkin Rings, Children's Mugs,
Pickle and Cruet Gtamls, llutler Howls,
Card Receivers, Irurt Stands, Preserve
AGAT E WARE .
Nlckle mounted Tea Sets, in part or whote,
very neat and desirable ; plain Cooking
Utensils 111 large varicl).
STAMP D TINWARE.
Milk Pans, Pudding and rlain Rasins, Milk
Rollers ; Rice, Jelly, and lcercam Moulds ;
new patterns in Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned iron, from 3 pint
to 1 ga'lon.
Iotlet Sets, toilet Stands, Water Cooler.
Cake, Cash, and Knife Hoses; Spittoons,
Cu-pidors, Children's Trass.
Fairbanks Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Moline llows. Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Rakes,
Rice and Manure rorks, Oos, Hoe Handles,
Plow Handles and Reams.
ICE CHESTS and RErRIGERAtORS.
ItALDWIN FODDER CUTTERS Three sires, H,
I, lK, and -inch cut, an A 1 article.
Warranted beu grade New York standard,
and caibolUed, H, )!, i, l.V, rHi inch
Hose, nozitet and spnpklcrs, Ac.
PLUMUFR AND TINSMIIHb' MATrRlAL:
Sheet Uad, lo 14 lbs. siiiare foot ; Soil Pipe,
lead and cast iron; Water Closets, Cases
Sheet Tin ; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
v 14 to co 01.; Hose llibbs, Rtnln; Sinks,
black and enameleil j ditto Washstanl J
Sheet Zinc ; Soft Solder, our own make,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE-h toalnch; elbows,
T reducers, plugs, bushing,
PIPE VICES, take j to J Inch pipe ; stock, and diet,
cuii 10 3 inch pipe.
11IRI) CAGES Largest variety In market, painted,
bright, un I brass wire.
IIAItV CARRIAGES, Ho)s' Wheelbarrows and Co
llalltjut-lylelealed Fire and llurgktr proof
SafcH wi keep In Uuck the largest assort
ment of Safe 10 be found west ofCalifornia,
Cuts mailed upon applkallun.
GELhITS ICE MACHINES:
Just the thing fur use on pLenlatlont wheic
steam is available. Small site make it lbs.
tic is four hours 1 second sUe. 70 II. In seven
hours. Cut, with full direction for working,
mailed 10 sour addles bo application. We
are authorized lo deliver iImm machine,
alongside at makers' prices, adding only cost
ol packing eases and-reurtas,
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds In tin, topner, and
sheet true working attended to. Wotk.shop
over store Wont csecuted by comtent
workmen at reasonable prist..
HEAVER IU.OCK, M)RT STRLET,
"Nimble ilspci.ee belter than a slow shilling" and
M'UONT tOKOKT IT. JU litf
ryHE " SUPERIOR" STOVE.
m. BMrUM 4ft Osv,
.V J, .Vkmshi SI , ttmM II, I ,
Sole agtntt for lh.se (shukls. A full lux of It.
tad Fiaturet lot the tars Jty (a mcxs.
JOB WORK PROMPT LY DONt
aBrBtflBtftrnaVw aSnaSnVavTatTafttlBSntftwSB ttttrka IrMaT wBS'tttntenBtflraf SatnaT
rstVs4 tad tgfiitwg orders fur spate swoanaly sttv
l tat taV of last rsfar, Htv tTn.eiinii
pNTERPRISE PLAHINO MILL
117 FosrSrsrur, Hoieutu, II I
C. J. Hardy and II, F. Dertelmtnn,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDER
PlAnlng-, Shaping-, Turnlnfj,
Band and Scroll Sawing;
Doors, Sash, Blindi, Door
and Window Framef,
Stairs, made to order.
MOLDI.N'GS AND 1'INISII,
Ala ty on hand.
All orticrs filled 00 short notice, and Jobbing promptly
attended lo. Moulding made to any pattern without
eitra cliarge for knives. Price of Machine work,
$1 00 to Si so per hour. lo-qr
COR THIRTY DAYS 1 1
Commenrlno on Monday, tlet, tit, zgH.1.
CHAS. J. FlSHEL'WlLL OFKKR
Attonndinti Bartialns in Mllllnerjr
Prbrto the departure of MISS EMR1CK for the
States, on the Mariposa, leaving here about October
15th, 1883, we will mAkc
A raiul Cltnrnner Sale of Jtlfffnerw,
To make room for oufetteniive stock, which will
be purchased by MISS I'.MRICK in per
son, and tsto arrive here about
the middle of November.
Our REDUCTIONS are GENUINE, and neej
only 10 be teen by careful buyers 10 be
appreciated. Remnantt in all
Special attention it called to the above announcement.
for Variety antf Loir I'rteen we ennnol ) il
Krerlled In tM City I
It It to the INTEREST of EVLRYIIODY to tail
and tee these BARGIANS, whtlher wishing 10 buy
All Coods will be marked in plain nguret and
fjrnoi.it run vahu oxlv.ix
CHAS. J. niHE ,
TUL 1 Clltliin llll t tutsan llnnru $&
"" at..at.sisi .mUtsUltRl UUwi.l., .A-JJ
Cirntr rtrl anj llflit Strtill,
Hrtnch Store :
Ctnur MtrtXamt J .Vhmii Strttl.
CARRIAGE AMD WACORI
'" vss.st's vripavavi, Uvi,v . V
Black tatitk Coal, Iron,
Oak, Atb, Spokit
rtlloes, SaaJit, Bu
a couretit ahu rii atsonrsisur or
Constantly k.pt on hand.
stirs tit ro as tXtiutsituiTt.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A BOUT am RARRELS
set Sets', at tow ttrttt M
H. tjACt.ru fits