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SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, December 20, 1S83.
No. is. m
IMtmiirrl nflhr IViir MVI
I he) car i88j now drawing to a rtoic
has been uniform in temperature,
I'lrniiMii the little interruption of the
trifle vvituk 'I lie early part of the
jnr was somewhat stormy, with much
rim, lint the r rain fall through the
immer montlf has been light, less than
the average, not only in Honolulu, hut
throughout the islands. Early in
Noumber heavy, rains fell in virions
localities, but they did not prove
nicral through the group till a month
later The small amount of rain this
last summer told seriously In the water
supply of Honolulu nnd which neces
sarily curtailed the hours of irrigation,
fortunately fires lme Ikxii few, jet
during thiH critical condition three oc
curred, vit a cottage near Emma
.Square, Mr. 1 Way's buildings on
King street and Mr. I'. Horn's bakery
on Hotel street; all of which occurred
at night. 'I he King street fire extended
to several adjoining' houses, all of which
might have been saved if water had
been available at the time the alarm was
Health matters have claimed the at
tcntiou of the jhoiightlul minded, nnd
no little agitation has been given the
- subject in llie public press at the inac
tion of the lioard of Health in all that
pertains to sanitary reform, or in cam
ing out the laws of segregation and iso
lation of lepers. Kortunatcly the regu
larity of trade winds through the ) ear
has not allowed malarial epidemics to
obtain strong foothold, l'ever has pte
vailcd, and in some cases with severity,
but as a rule it has Ijecn of a milder
tpt than prevailed a few vcars since.
Leprosy, that plague spot of Hawaii's
fur name and fame, has been and is jet
being trilled with for political ends in
spitcjof public opinion and the condem
nation of the press. 'Tis true that
.several loads of unfortunate lepers have
been removed to Molokai, but the
menancing lazaretto at Kakaako is still
full, numbers arc yet at large, and the
ideas of segregation is a farce, fly the
Madras, small-ppx was brought again
to our doors, from China, but fortuna
tely it was stamped out at the tiuaran
tine station and obtained no foothold
on the main land. The long detention
of this vessel off our port, by the
health authorities, will cause the
"Madras muddle" to be long remem
bercd. 'I he health of the native race is
being sadl) undermined through the
removal last vear of the restriction, to
them, on liquor. Their constitutions
are no more proof against the inroads
of disease hastened by alcoholic drinks
than their white brethren of older civil.
xJ'ed lands. The debauching habit is
, growing fast on them, while poverty,
& in crime and sickness is growing at a ratio
l&? ' llmf tinrtniwl. nnnl.........! !.,
11 1. 11 uiniiui .111 ,11.11111111 increase in me
death rate of 1 lawaiians, which makes a
mockery of the royal solicitude for the
wulfaie and increase of the people in
the "Ifooulu I.ihui" professions at the
commencement of Kalakaua's reign.
A recently published table for the past
nine months showed that over 32,000
gallons of liquors had been taken out
of bond for consumption over the same
period the proceeding year.
The condition of affairs political
have in no wise improved. The utter
disregard of the will of the people in
the administration of government, as
shown in last year's retrospect, still
exists, anjj has been shown on several
occasions during the year in a very
defiant manner. Monies have been
spent recklessly on appropriations per
taining directly and indirectly to royalty,
while other and needed improvements
for the dov elopement ol the country
and the care of the sick have been
deferred for want of funds. The
coronation of the king and queen
took place February rath, the anni
versary of Kalakaua's election. This
was followed by a pcrjod of nightly hula
festivities that was retrograde step of
heathenism and a disgrace to the age.
'The feasts, regatta and races that were
$ given proved a sad travesty on the spirit
of enthusiastic loyalty which it was
aimed to bring forth. The whole affair
was forced tioii the people in smite of
public opinion, but notwithstanding the
effort at grandeur and the attempt to
mouse a semblance of public apprecia
tion, it fell flat on the large majority of
citizens and i residents, native and
foreign ; nor did visitors from abroad
or the other islands (lock to the
metropolis to witness the grand. spec-
. tdcle as-had been hoed. At the close
of last year 11 ministerial tour around
.OjIiu was indulged in, with many
j promises 01 ucneni to tne several clis
J tricts, though nothing of importance
p Jias vet been beuun. Indignation meet.
, ings by natives have been held in this
4' ul a,ul '" Wailuku, but the voice ol
li the eople, though heard, is not heeded.
cy ivuiiisienai cnanges nave Keen Irequent.
.1 First was the resignation of S. K.
ivj? Kaai in favor of j. M. Kaena as
minister 01 nuance, then W. M, Gib-
sou accepts the attorney-generalship,
ad interim, vice K. Preston, restum-d.
v 'tsjj Then J. K. flush resigns the office of
' C luiiiiste'r of the interior, which Gibson
Kept warm tu u T (iuhek accepted it.
1 uinng an mis couise me imlcncn
fUcnt press of the country has
imM . i. . .
liwViwmeu an outspoken attitude,
, rtitfpuB1" o mtimidatiug spirit. The
f 'board of education was ordered to
1 i! Vmmc Messrs. Atkinson and Hill,
K teachers conducting the Gazette and
'Wj Bulletin, but refusing to comply a new
ltk jUurel was appointed with V. M. GhY
t json as president. Shortly after the
pi mcipji neau oune onenuing oinctai wos
. haken off. Tlie arbitrary removal of
tiodfrey Drown, registrar of public ac
counts, without cause, early in the year,
caused, no little indignation at the gov-
Tbf balance in the tioasury February
s6th, w ith the taxes all in, was $35,9 1 7.05
as against a balance February i8tli of
the previous year $270,130.88. And
while these and kindred affairs have
revealed the evidences of .internal mis
management of the government, it is
to be regretted that a foreign policy
should be adopted that but brings Ha
waii into ridicule before the world.
Under the pretense of enquiring into
the feasibility of obtaining immigrants
from Japan a (ommissioner and secre
tary was sent thither who wasted time
and money, and brought back, not a
report, but a Japanese commission to
attend the coronation. .Shortly aftei
this event transpired another comniis
sioner and secretary was delegated to
represent Hawaii at the coronation of
the fVar of Russia, after which a roving
commission is indulged in to various
countries, for what uirpose the dear
public, who are expected to foot the
bills, are not advised. Another roving
commission is abroad in the Pacific
tendering Hawaiian protectorates 10
savage tribes on various islands, while
at the same time protests arc sent to
various governments against any inter
ference or annexation of any of the
independent savage tribes of Poly
nesia without the consent of Hawaii.
fn Jhc outspoken attitude of the
press referred to above -the plain
ness of speech brought for the first
lime in the annals of our cotuts no less
than three libel suits at onetime. Suits
weie entered at the July term against
the Pae Aina and Cazette by a pro
minent official of Maui for their expose
of some of his acts, but which resulted
in so complete victory for the Pae Aina
that a withdrawal of the suit against the
Gazette immediately followed. The
suit against the Saturday Press for its
expressed opinion of the absurd theories
of the person having medical charge and
responsibility of the lepers, brought it
forth fully vindicated in its defense of
the public's welfare.
During the year immigration has
commanded considerable attention.
Efforts have been renewed towards
obtaining South Sea laborers, but they
have not proved successful, and from
the completeness of the out-fitting and
the necessarily long voyages, it renders
this class of labor the most expensiv c.
Portuguese immigration from the Arc-res
has been conducted satisfactory this
year. Large well provided steanicrs,
arranged with especial care for the
comfort of the voyagers have been em
ployed. Three vessels have arrived
this year, bringing in 943, 1462 and
1415 immigrants, respectively. Owing
to financial difficulties of the govern
ment it suspended operations last sum
mer, since which, Mr. A. Hoffnung
through whom this business has been
conducted came out from London and
has sought to re open the same, with
some promise of success, but dependant
upon the success of placing the govern
ment loan. Chinese labor has also been
supplied freely this year, several of the
Occidental and Oriental and Pacific
Mail lines touching here to land Ihem,
en route from Hongkong to San Fran
cisco, besides two or three outside
steamers. The sudden influx of over
2,000 Chinese within a few weeks, with
others reported en route, naturally
created some alarm in the public mind,
and the government instructed its con
suls in San Francisco and Hongkong
that such immigration to these islands,
unless with a fair proportion of women
could not be allowed. Toward the
latter part of the. year it transpired that
notwithstanding 'this order, a contract
for an indefinite period had been made
whereby the government allowed the
Pacific Mail S. S. Co. to bring in not
over Coo Chinese per quarter, but for
reasons not yet made public, and with
out apparent cause, the agreement has
been cancelled and the contract given
to others. This treatment of the
Pacific Mail Compiny has been brought
by them to the notice of the United
States government who have recently
sent a bearer of dispatches, Mr. I). G.
Adee, to present through the Minister
Resident a claim for the protection of
American interests; the (wrticulars had
not yet been made public, December
15th (the tune at which this retrospect
With the opening of the new year
Mr. S. G. Wilder inaugurated his
marine railway at this port by taking
up thereon the steamer Likelike and
to the cre'dit of all concerned, every
thing worked most satisfactorily from
the start. The railway has had coir
siderable employment throughout the
year, and besides serving our coasting
shipping, has proved a saving con
venience to a number of foreign ves
sels. Shipping matters for the islands haye
continued in an active state, 'f'he list
of casua'ties for the year shows a
smaller list than usual of mishaps to the
fleet of this port, while the list of
registered vessels shows the growth of
our marine service. The two addi
tional steamers to the coasting fleet
have Imth been constructedwithespecial
care for the comforts of the traveling
public. Like all the others (save one
built here) these have been constructed
In the United .States specially for this
purpose. In the foreign trade the
same established lines have continued
their regular service, and for the most
wrt with full freights to and fro. The
steamer Suez, of the Oceanic Steamship
Company's line with San Francisco,
gave jilace in August to the fine
steamers Mariposa and Alameda, each
of 3000 tons, built expressly fpr this
trade in Philadelphia, which, since Sei
tember, have been running a semi
monthly sen ice. These, with the re
gular Pacific Mail steamer, touching:
liere every four weeks to and fro in their
tniw between the Colonies and San
Francisfo, give us frequent mail and
traveling facilities and intei course with
the inside world.
The imports and exports this year
differ somewhat from last year in valua
tion, the exports for the nine months
ending with September being $6,872,
583.63, showing a decrease of $127,
756.02. 'I he gain in exports for the
same period, 1882, over the preceding
year was $1,571,121. It is to be re
gretted that our items of domestic
produce arc lessening continually, the
only articles of increase to report this
year arc sugar, molasses, wool, tallow
and fungus; while coffee, rite, paddy,
bananas, hides, goat, calf ami sheep
skins have declined, and pulu, salt
and oil have disappeared entirely.
The imiMjrts from various countries
show a gain of $)H,i$6..a over the
same nine months' period of last year
to September 30. List year's gain
over a similar period was$i (0,672.
'I hrough the courtesy of W. F Allen,
Fsq., Collector General, we have the
following particulars of the' figures of
imports. Value of goods fiec by treaty,
$'.99S.3'.2o, goods dutiable, $1,167,
796. 14, goods and spirits bonded,
$239.6(2.59, goods free by civil code,
$232,376.45, nad specie $35.903-7..
making a total of imports for the
period of $3,986,2 10.41 against $3,887,
072.99 for a like period last year.
Iiusiness throughout the islands may
very properly be stated to be overdone
in all the various branches of ti.ule.
Exports for a number of months to
come will be light, nor will any
serious effects follow, as Honolulu
was probably never so fully stocked
with goods of all classesas at present,
while the principal townships on the
other islands are re-ported in the same
The activity of building, throughout
Honolulu and its suburbs, continues.
'I hat in the business portion of the
city gives it the most substantial
aspect of any year's undertaking, the
most prominent of which js the Camp
bell Hlock, extending from the ltank
premises on Merchant street around
on to Fort street to join the Heaver
Block, the warchousesof the Oceanic S.
S. Co. on Fort street and llackfeld &
Co.'s on Halekatiwila street, Lucas'
new building on Fort street, adjoining
his steam planing mills, the Spencer
building on Nuuanu street, Oahu Col
lege, the Y. M. C. A. building corner
of Hotel and Alakea streets and others
of less note. In the buildings that
have been constructed a more lavish
style is observed, and ornamentation
externally and internally is now the
rule lather 'than the exception, both
in business houses and private dwell
ings. Real estate commands full
figures and has for sometime past
There has been a number of suburban
lots adjoining Kapiolani Park placed
upon the market this year which
realized good figures. This has
enabled a new undertaking to be
started, anout of town place of refresh
ment for pic-nic parties, or rest during
a long drive. From the popularity of
the projector, Mr. H. J. Nolte and
the fascination of a drive to and be
yond Waikiki, it is fair to presume that
Kapiolani Park will have more attrac
tions for our citizens in the future than
it?has had in the past. Water threatens
to become a serious question in Hono
lulu, for not only are 'the reservoirs in
adequate to the supply required, but
the boring of artesian wells seem to
liavc over-reached the limit of our
water-bed, for the supply is diminish
ing steadily in many of the wells first
Last year's estimate of our sugarl
and rice crop came up close to the
figures given and those for the coming
year will not difier materially. From
careful estimates by the Planter's l.ibor
and Supply Co., the coming sugar crop
is placed at 57,000 tons. From the
best information obtained the rice crop
is estimated the comim-earat about
6,000 tons, although an effort is being
mad to bring more lands undei culti-H
vation bythe sinking of artesian -wells
at Waialua and Itie. Agricultural
matters it is hoped has received a new
impetus in the formation of the Haw
aiian Agricultural Society, whose first
Annual fair was held in June. The
exhibit was deemed very encouraging.
Forestry is receiving care and attention
by the government, under the super
vision of Mr. A. Jaeger, who, in two
nurseries, is endeavoring to propagate
and acclimatize plants lor the various
altitudes and temperatures of the
There, has been no little feeling of
interest in the communnity as to the
tenure of the treaty of reciprocity with
the United States. Various allegations
of fraud have been made against us
which in spite of our exhibits of
manufacture, import and export tables,
nationality of patties interested, etc., to
show the utter falsity of such charges,
culminated in congress sending hither
a sugar commission to investigate and
report uxn the same, which they have
done to our complete vindication. It
remains to be seen whether the enemies
of the treaty will not find some further
excuse to terminate the relationship
existing. It is a matter fully recognized
by all visitors how predominantly
American is Honolulu.and so steady
and gradual lias this spirit grown-in our
midst that American holidays .Dee
oration day, Independance flay and
Thanksgiving aia' served with more
spirit than our own Hawaiian holidays.
During the year a larger number of
early residents than usual hayc lieen
called across the dark river. Of our
representatives abroad F.. II. Allen,
minister resident at Washington and
4. C. Pfluger, charge' de affairs at
Iremen have died, both in harnes at
their posts of duty. Of island residents
we note Princess Kcclekolani, I). S.
I Imtcr, J. F. llamard, II S. Swmton,
A P Ilrickwood, II. I. Sheldon, I.
O. Hall, Rev. Titus Coan, and Mrs.
'I he (iost office inaugurated, May
1st, 1883, the inter island postal money
order system which is now working
satisfactorily through all the piiiuipal
offices throughout the group, and on
January 1st, 188 , postal money orders
with the United States will commence
with the Honolulu office. Street letter
boxes have been put up at principal
localities at remote distances from the
office, from which letters arc gathered
After many promise ami long delays
the first instalment of the new Hawaiian
com in silver, amounting to $130,000
was received December 16th, by the
Mariposa for the government, but by a
mandamus of the (ourt the minister of
finance is withheld from issuing the
new six percent, bonds therefor, the
principal and interest of which is pay
able in United Stales gold coin or its
equivalent. inwlrw Almanac art J
Annual for iSSf.
MESSRS. R. MORE & CO.
Kino Stkitt IIoniiluli,
VVouM lteg la nonf) ihc IStl lie tliat the
have just rccelvcil n .hipment or the famoiM
" IIOUSI MOM)" SI.VVINf) maciiini:.
&zT Anyron mhing!oiuiahae:icin2r UJim
would ilo well tocxamine them .
a nuntlicr of superior
Double-barrel Breach-loading Shot Guns, '
Winchester Rifles, Kennedy Ridel V
Smith & Wisson Revolvers.
A full iwrtnwni of CAUl KIPOFS, bra anj
(taper hell , aitj SKIMnen OencrAl hup he.
Jtif Call nnit ex inline nur Stock I
Hawux 111 our empio) n fir.t-clai. t-nck and Gun
Smith, we are prt iareil 1.1 ila all linil-i of repining in a
hrt thvnnanner ninj uu hoit notice.
S it tltf .lifrfm ;.,, eil mill lllltfttrti
iiil all IniJs orirau VVoik made itnl repaired
ILLINGIIAM & CO.
PLOWS! PLOWS I PLOWS 1
To arrive liy tin- "Henry J-umVlroni New VotL
ttiifct ftnd t rail u Sin I rancisco
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOW,
Dm jlowi-i tnuilc culi) for Sugar Plantations
am) .icmetejbj Patent In the Hawaiian Kington.,
DILLINGHAM DOUBLE FURROW PLOW.
AIno fteciaU diptd. lu uigar plantations. Co.ered
by jjatciit in the United titti.
DILLINGHAM RICE PLOWS.
Cuitin from s inches upwarJv An cntircl) new
ttrics made from our own pattern ta reined) dcCcit
In Utiht btccl l'km for rice culture, tcoml latighin;,
and cine cultivation,
Hiese IMoui nre all in vie L) tlie urtimt Jolin
Peers Mollne 1'Kjw Vil, the poneer Western
plow tnamiracfur) and the Urgent Utrl pbw umLtJii
the world, r-urthe I'lovta uf Oui manufacture wear,
A Urge ftoilv of plow of diffcient manuftclnrc and
luttrn, it toei4 rale.
HARROW s or nimunNT patikhns
Cultivators and Hon Ho
0 Voles Hows, Ox Cluim
'1 race Cluiivs '1 ojHAil Chain
HARDWARE tOK 1'l.ANlAUON USK
I odder Culler, Corn an I Ilouilu) Mill
(Jardtn and Cnnal Harrow
(Mudtclialttr Wagon and Carriage
MIHRICAIINO OILS A SPI-CIinV v '
Albany Cjlindtr Od and Comj pound
KKliOSl'M; OIL, In iuaMuie tucui
Kerosene Oil Sto,p
American and lJii;tiJi I'aiuuand Oil
Turpentine, (Mm and Whitewash Hruthc 't
alanine t and other Vanmue
IaT and Paper Ha;,
M AUNLSO CALCI I E Sr LS
Harluiert rue hAlinguUhm
MlbLF HARDWARE, fcCAI I-b
Hmi Furmtlun ttodi
I.ui, Lhandclicn, and 1-autem
Mf NewGoutU cvmlinllj urrMiig,
VeIm to Wp mv,.!,in icjutrtd It pur LneS
lu cll al lne4 jutUd privet.
DILUNOHAM & CO.
JJO. I., VOU II
Th Anglican Church ChroaUU
hl (it wvim
ON SA1UKDW, likCtMIIIK i.
In. Akcuon Chikii Ciiiiomu.. edited and
WlhlrJ tUClnclchKliu. IhJ
true, liu per anaum, m).U n timut. All
MMlM40h,'0,4J.uuolaU" '" ""' "
jaVi: jifel Ki?(j,'ivrJi mi! UKOisriMioRTAribMor
ART-AND HOLIDAY GOODS
fvt r !muglit Into ihi. rnui tr.
AllONf! Til tICtt Kt 1IAV KF tN
The Popular Paintings of Ploweri and fruit, by Mm. Uillen.
Alio Portraits, Fruit and Landscapes, by Profe'iior Strong
,Alluf IheaUive areulct ufthi. countr). , "
Flowers and Fruit In Water Colon and Colored Lithograph!, Studies of Madame Vouga
Mid to be the fmeit eer made
, - ARTOrVI'hi,
20,000 feet of Moulding for Frame,
Card, Cabinet, and Itoudnir T HA l I S,
in I luili,
ST.I rtt.t Itr. In Mmblr,
' f- VVOKi; HVSKinSand HAKKrblANDS '
Oloyeand llandkertliief HOXI S, ' '
Jewel cases, Oil Civcs 1
e'-acVet. mall i.ues and M)le '
Ujttiet anil Ciar lalles,
The very latest Styles of CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S CARDS.
i All Uiidtof New Iu for the little one 4 ' ?
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.I'lANOS, ' OR(!AN, RUI1AKS, I
ACCORDIONS, . ' VIOLINS, "" , '
' IlkUMS, ' " H.U1LS, HlhS, " I
ANll 1IRASS INSIRUMLNrS,
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'nhe'cr)bet Suing!, for all .String Injnimcnn, Muiiv Hacks " N i R ll'l'.'U MAWJl'li M .
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eat her Du.ttrK
VV' mil U iJeateJta.hax .very lkl rjll nJ
uilcUaliiuurviorearecnttril) new lothUruuniry.
i ' lijLSiNO TROUHLfcrO bllOW COOKS.
, M-OKlll'Kb fruuitUlOllltR
and Cornice., including irry i)l new and M.
V'eliet, Natne Carved Wood, rbonj', etc". ' ,
lviif; iiml I'Mafei.
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J.uaneWallu.prrauJ'fii,Screco, etc ., ,,. , ,
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KAa rri i trw
NEW YEAR PRESENTS.
t'ANCVROOIKS of ler' l)escri1ti.m RUI1AIII I
' A ( holce Auortment of Mnjollrn
(Juit teceied I) ihelltll Rock )
Presentj for Ladles
Presents for fjentlemen.
I'RISEN'IS FOR EVERVIIOUV
can be obuinrd front
. H. MAIf'.IKUI.Vi:.V in.
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Nuuanu Mreet, andctrner of toi and Mmiiaii MteeU
E W GOODS
It'T arcrivau r
'llarlki latls"".MalUeale," tnj epct.d e
.laWnon" and other ecwU ,
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IkxIOn Card Matine.,
Ilorw Shoes and NaiU, -J
.LuUKaiIiij O.N cfall Llndi,
.Cut Nailt, all k!c,
jClinct, NaiU, alULi.s
Cullun VV.Ut In ImIc,
' llUcktinilir. tlloft.
finii Rim CLuts,
t 7(. I'towu Soap, In caftc,
VV (ft llan(ln laUu fur It mi, Jtc.,
LWt liaiilalL.! Ilocs,
)i twli Cvw nerk ixxltl Hues,
Ice Cream Fieeicrs,
Uu ll(,er., Uu IbuL
("aw't (riuii AaioUra lleiuo,
CVm's tiiu,iw AMu.lae Mariner ?i,
IkcUst ikouad ankles bi iIk llard.ai. line alvay.
cm, Kan.1. '
ixji estitd, not by tU "iaiian( . woti rua
4.1e .Mutlioeal ui
( Mtrl flmrm rntil Hrmktr:
Will talr Wawtbt, Kmum aaal rUnlt.
All Ikea. .01 U (jtuj M lU turner UUk uki U
tl-f Ti vl i it - if
lie K. O, HALL ft SON.LWuX
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OF IF It FOR SAM',
From the oirgnnt of the Mallrte and cither rnent
TeeK the follcminv;
Dry Goods and Clolliiiijr;
IVintspf the latrt M)le.,fal nlJ
I loe ILnlm., Ilrorn Hum ltill,
VVTitte Crowlon Sheetm,
llom-k'.lMn( lth, Waterpmiif IttrnN,
loel. and In.ellnir, (Ham Inneh,
Tnllr Clolli., I.tlelnkir,
Pnro Linen.. Shnwl., Drni OooiU
titenadines While and t nloreil ""ilks,
t ftlorrrt Snllm, tira CI tln,
t Atlificlal I lowtr, ami I eatnm,
CoUnnllamllerrluefs Silk HnJkrrcMf,
I able Cover., wiHiten (xkHrdSatlren.iind Crapes
Inncy Mlttureand lllue ami f.ray llmnrN,
Victcla Ijiwn., IIiMks Sjnol Cotton,
Itlue and V hite Check I iitadus,
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Fancy I laid., Iteealta Murn, Wool Shirts,
V Idle and CoWiini Cotton Slilrli,
fancy Scatf Pilot Reefers,
Men .White and llrown Collon Il.lf lliwe.
Ij)die How, Men's Reldy-mide Clothintr,
Udie." Hats (white, I lack and fancy tlraw),
Indu Rubier Coats, furies and Igaings
I hie and Gray llorw llltnleK,
Woolen lllanket., all sires, colors and eights)
I rjrtl rll)irlM, Vilrrl tllly,
Vrlrrt iiml Taiiriliy llnur Miiln.
A full anrtinent of OI.N 1 1 I'Ml.N S and I A
Oil's SAD'JLI.Si.Imi, Saddle, for llois and Cull
and a few
IIRIDI.I S, S.1J1 Cloths and CMmots Skint.
Sucar Bnc, 20x30.
Corel Bnrr., 26x117.
Rice Bnp nnd Twino.
litter Press llaes fisjo, soinelhlngnew anil In great
ilrmanu' a few only remaining P.cmi lugs nre made
lo fit Oitu s l'rcw, and are of the right le ami iTOir
(Itilrilllh'il fori iiinlril llonhio (j, gauge),
III b, 7, B and 9 lect lengthi
RooiiNc: scRrvvs ano wasiifrs,
GALVANIZED RIDGIN ,
Annealed FenceWire,fc. 4, 5, 6and r.jind Slatles:
(alranucd Iron lltickrfl, all sires;
(Uiaidrcd Wafth Itaiins,
IfJvanied flarden Itordering and Netting,
111 led Iron Same iaii, alt sires, .
leaLctlles, real Japan Ittucking
I'ai-iiill llvlthi iiml (liirilvii Tile,
I awn Pats air I Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy GUm I lower Sund,
I era llakel rtr
PORTLAND ci:mi:nt-kiki: 11RICKS,
llrrrimol Multttnil Hack Sail, XllirM, Vnhilt
mill llullrtl IHIm, l)'iilcr.iUf,1iiiiri
.English, American and Hawaiian
'Iluree, five and wvn )ird loti.
TOPSAIL SIIKET CUMNS,
Admiralty test, siies M, (, ,', and ),
l'0Wt:i.l. DUITRVN STUAM COAL,
LNOI ISI1 LrAlllLR llhLTINU, from ",lun,'
Floor Ollolo t h.
ifl feet lengths i6an. it Bi isr sard.
t ith I'Utes. lUts anj Nuts.
Railroad Spikes to uittth
find SU-llurm- J'oirri- I'uilnUt KhuIh
Attn, Due Tlirrr-llort- I'oirrr ft tut
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In VIoUo-l'layliiK and
Tha Culll.atlon of tb Voice.
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