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SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, January 5, 1884.
H'lrc roiti fM
I '"thMgnmlmr, IwfUrihMgoM,
"i rank Md thin a ilnmwnd tail,
. healthy buff and mind il eae
.1 'tmfite plnttnm that always tileate;
' 'Kind not rrouMed with ratilng three.,
. tirart that can M for- another's wtws,
1 l'hymmMaleni!thts enfold
m-n a- nrathen, I heller than td.
I -n-r Id..,, 8 ,IJ la a cocit deaf,
1 "uf k t iuar far hfeiwl in an numUe sphere.
' 1' If Mr.d iHth content and health;
.tti-.l I j iha hjafc,ite f alth.
I ly hu., and lofiji- thuiht
' ' m ana ennoble a im man', cm;
1 ' mind and moral, in nature's plan
1 he rnniiw im f . tenilemaa.
1 iter than gold ;. ihe it retwt
'.' ' onllflolhet1l,leUl.cJow
' ';' ,lWoM h ,l" """ "' "'"P.
l the halm that rfr.pt en Ms .lumbers dp
IJni'lt steepta draught on Ihe downy ld,
IV 'iere Injury pillow, it. ashing ,,d,
' toiler aimptat opiate deem,
'"ftrr rutin to tht land oTdream.
I .Iter than gold I. a thinking mind,
I .a in It realm, of hooks en find
ire.mire Mitrttutng Australian ore,
" ' lis. wiili the great and good of yore.
' it sago lor and the ft s lay,
I 'it glories of empires (nurd away;
I i' world's rt dream will thin unfold
' 1 yield a pleasure Utter than sold,
II. Iter than told i. a peaceful home
A here nil the (ire.ldn character, come:
I lie .hrine of lots, tin hearen of life,
Hallowed hy mother, or ilittr, or wife.
I I owevrr humhle the home may W,
'??J i'11 wo "V heaven's decree,
1 I he ble.tni(i that rierer were hough or aold
rol temre there areltllrr than sold.
U hllrrlnu hi IVilmhliiilnn.
Ocuurse President Arthur nhotitil liavc a
wift'iintl saving that suKKests the thoufilit
whether It wiiuld not lien kixkI rule to choose
mi unmarried man for liih official position.
We Americano tlo not place nearly enough
iuiortnnce uhii the social duties of mifrulcrs,
whom we call our servants- in fact, wc pretend
lo deny that any social duties are requited of
them. We are apt to condemn nntl laugh at
prominent gentlemen who, having money,
spend fcniohl)' iion entertainments, and to
propose that national, state ami city government-
should ail provide funds for receptions,
dinner and halls of the chief magistrates
would be met with a storm of ridicule. The
Idea wtmld he hooted at as unrcpitlilican, and
th.-.t would end it. Still, It would not he with
had effect 'If thoe wc place in authority over
111, more frequently mingled socially with tlielr
f.-llow citizens. In answer to what would of
course Ik: said, that the people themselves
would have no admission lo such assemblies,
there is the very obvious reply that they should
he content to he represented there, as they are
represented in the halls oflcgislation.
The national government recognizes that
the president must give two or three state
dinner, but we gu no farther. I would say,
were I not afraid, that I would like to see our
governors living in. fine houses, nntl puriioscly
so salaried that during their terms they would
le the head of "society" astheyarcof the state.
That, though, will be some day, but not until
the capitals are brought from the small towns
'Into the chief cities. Cities, too, should grand,
ly house their mayors antl surrountl the office
with the dignity which of right belongs to it.
I would go farther j I would have each state
erect in Washington houses worthy of its
senators, and I woultl like to have the'national
government give homes to the cabinet.
I am well aware that ail this will be re
ceived in many tptartcrs with a loud smile, and
.yet it is oomethtng to be carefully considered.
When we insist ujion so much simplicity in the
lives or our officials I think we pursue a dan
gerous course. It is not best to strive to pull
lhee gentlemen down in among the crowd.
To thor Highly exercise the authority which wc
oursclv. shave vested in them, we must feel
that they are filling their positions to the every
inch. In milling to the lustre oftheir offices we
would but declare that we were satisfied with
our selections ami had found men worthy of
all honor. The brilliancy of their homes
would reflect its light upon ourselves. It is a
bad sign tint we so commonly regard our
public men with such disrespect.
Thio it not snobbishness. It U common
sense. Our own pride should teach us to wish
that our rulers should not only 1 r-entlemen,
but live like gentlemen.
The man in public life, without a wife, can
not answer, as he should, what is socially re
quired 01 mm, antl that goes without saying.
1'residcnt Arthur is "a man of the world,"
and, with the aid of hi, sisters, gets through
remarkably well, but he should lie married.
Mrs. CormrnlU irra.
Mrs. Chrnwallis West, now in the United
.States, was Introduced in London social circles
five years ago by her aunt, Lady Virginia
Sanders. Her great beauty attracted much
attention. She is the eldest daughter ofthcKev.
Krcderlck and Lady Olivia Flttpatrick, or
Cloone, county Leittlm, Ireland. She was
mmi-d to W. CornwIIU V, f Kuthm
Castle, DenbighoMrc, Wales, October 3. 187a.
They have two gUl, ami a ll0y the latter, the
eldest, is aged 9. I Icr husband is Lord Lieu
tenant of Denbighshire and a major In the Den
Wgh volunteers. He'wai liorn March jo, 1835,
educated at Eton, and called to the lur at
Lincoln's Inn In 1M1. Ills family It a branch
of Moris of Delaware. It has liecnlnaccurately
Mated that Mrs. Corrwallis West is the sister-In-law
of Minister West, at Washington, The
relationship is on her huslund's side. Cornwall!
West'sfalher was a stepbiotherof John Richard,
the fourth Kail, or Delaware, whose mmj, Oeorge
John, the fifth Ead, wai the.fathcr or Minister
West. The Wests wrrecenturlesagoprominent
In political and social life. One of them, the
third Urd Delawarr, wai, In the seventeenth
century, a Governor of Virginia, and the State
.f Delaware derives III name from him,
was chronicled at length In the society papers.
The following description given or her at that
time adequately describe her present appear
ancet She h a very rich completion. A plen'
dM head of tippling hair,-htch was ery long
until this year, when the cut it Into UoyllVe
cuds, clusters around her face. She Is' impui
Ivc, original ami dating, and ys upon occa
sions the most delightful things In the mot
delightful way. She It most sympathetic. She
dresses generally In a careless way and It of an
admirable figure! she always loolt well, no mal
lei however she may be dressed. She rMe with
a ceitiin dash. Sb has thoroughly Irish eyes,
while she ixHtesset the traditional smaitnes at
repartee of the celebrated Milesian.
i f p t
Shitloiin'.i mill Xrir Dritlrri,
HAWAIIAN' (.AZttrTti III.OCK, u MliKCIIANT
Ifsve lust reeehed, en Martpaa, a fine AMftrtment of
A mo.; wheh may ht fmiml
HI I.I. CAP,
IlroaJ and narrow, hyttic ream J UoclcJ, or by quire
MKMOKANDUM W.OCKS, 4c.t &, Ac
Full Hour id. .
Hound to plea.
HanltcM large. Hanker unall,
In Tact we have tnlctands for all,
PO.ST OFFICK I.KPICK SCAI.KS.
Carter'tt ComUnrtl Copying ami Writjnjf,
In quarts, pint, and half-pinm.
CAKTKK'aS WKITINO FLUID,
in quarti, pint, half-pint, nnd cone.
VIOI.KT INK, quart, pints, hatf-plnt, and conei
AKNOI.DS WKITINO FLUID,
In quart, pint, half-pint, and cone.
STAFFORD'S, In quart and pint.
I'gyptian Perfumed InV.'
In quarti, pint's halfpini and codes
Perfect .Mucilage Hot tie.
.MANN'S COPV HOOKS:
10 x 12, full lound and half-bound,
to x 14, full bound and half-bound
.Mann's Copying Vai r.
PF.NS and HOLDKR'S in great varieties
Automatic Pencils. Copying Pencils
Falxr'a Pencils Dtxon Pencils Ac.
DRAWING PAPKU, plain and mounted,
Manilla Detail Paper,
Playing Cards round corner and plain.
MEMORANDUM HOOKS, a' large variety,
Time Hooks orted,
Shipping Tags Tourist Tag.
INVITATION PAPER, and Knttlopei to match
Hall Programme Cards Inci!and tawcU,
LKTTKK PRESSES, large and tnull.
Rubber Hands, alt siicn.
HASH HALLS and HA1S,
Guide and Score Hookf
HIRTIIDAY CARDS, POCKET KNIVES, and
many other article too numerous to mention.
r. SUHSCRMTIONS received for any foreign
paper or Magarine published atany time, AIo for all
the leocal Papers and Magaiincs, Seasides Hroolc
tides Family Library, etc, always on hand, nnd spe
cial number sent for to order.
XSL SPECIAL ORDERS received for HOOKS, etc
RED KUHI1ER STAMP AGENCY,
and Agents for the Encyclopedia Hritanmca.
XQ. All Uland orders lilted promptly. TH,
J. M. OAT, Jr., and CO.,
160-tf Gaiette HIoclc, 35 Merchant Street.
T- M. CROWLEY H. HAST1B
UphoUtery , Furniture
D. M.CttOWLEY (formerly at Kruns) haingen.
tered into partnership th MR. HUGH HA ST It, th
new firm will be known as
CROWLEY ft CO.,
.... , King Struct,
uppoklte Whitman it Wright's,
Every description oT Furniture at lowest rates and if
required on Time Payment.
in Silk, Horsehair, and other coverings,
mim $60 urWAKDK.
Elegant coverings andtrlminlng.
iTSeeth "IIOSTON- and " CHALLENGE M
7, kiso stkm:kt.
An elegant preparation for SOFTENING THE
SKIN, and Heautif)ing the Complexion.
Prepared only Ly
lrNOH, Mmith, Jt t'.
(Jutt stilted from Europe)
Srr ul Fataey Oooda.1
a"af lot pattlculars, apJ)' la
If. H. lVKtKl.it t CM.
riUSSH OAmOEM BSD.
IKW GAKDKN gEKUS,
v Ju4rtct!tcJ,.i AUiueds,
la all lh tarktias uf Veeubb-ajul linr, sultaU foe
ibis cluaat., u
THOi. U, TU MUM'S
farl Mrtrt aimrf.
BROCADED I'LUSHES, ajl sajet, ygu U faU
u A. VI. HELMS' to4 fori strni. u
IIACKFELD A Co.,
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES Or NEW GOODS,
La Hark C R. Ilih')iand Steaimhip Ehrenfel.
Con.Ltlng in part of ai fallows:
A Largo Aaaortmout of Dry Oootls,
' SCCII As
Denlmi, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merlnos-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgi, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-Kraln, Fancy, Colored and Striped
Barege. Crepe, &c
Men's Fuvnhhlitfi OooiIh,
Shirts, Woolen, Mlaed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc., Merino and Cotton Uudershlrts, White
Bosom Shirts. Socks & Stockings, Cloves
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coals and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks t Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I,
R. Coats & Leggings, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets. Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
andParasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
P ERKU M K K Y,
Genuine Eau de Coloyne. Lubin's Ex
tracts, Toilet Soaps, l'hifocome, Hair
Oil, Combs, Looking Glniws, Tipes. I.
R. Halls, Harmonicas, Ulank Hooks,
Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Gold Watche
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums!
EitenUon, Arm, Dining-room and Parlor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc.,
Saddles, CVilaA-fiia, r?frli, Stirrup L.miher,
Hemp & I. R. Packing, Coal flaskets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cups. Teapots, Ilouls, Chambers,
Rice Dishes and Ilakers, Demijohns 3 and 5
Gallons, Sample Ilottles, Vase, and Glassware, (Manila
and Tarred Kope, Coal Ilagt, Gunnies, Twine,
Burlaps Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Hose
SUGAR and RICE BAGS
of all sizes and qualities.
Sardines in half and quarter boxes,
Salt in Jars, Castor Oil lo tins. Matches
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. H. White Lead,
Stearine Candles, 4,5, and 6, H. A P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint OIL White Zinc Paint,
German ami Jravana Cigar x,
Plated ware Spoons, Forks, Cruets, 'I'ea
sets. Cups Napkin Rings, Salvers, etc,
Pocket and Ilutcher Knives, Scissors, Shee. Shears,
Needles, Spoons, Files, Spurs, Gal vanned Hasins,
Hoop Iron, Keg Rivets, Hammers, Yellow
Metal and Composition Nails, Clarificrt
Uabbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers, I roc
Flra Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Firs Bricks, Tilts
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac.
Orders from the other Islands carefully attended to.
II, iiaekfeht t Co.
tleg to announce t that by Ut. arrivals they hate
received lars. additions to their Stock of Goods,
among which arc many ankles adapted lo th.
They would calUpeclal attention 10 the Urge sariety
PISE S1VER PITTED WARE
in the latest dehign. of wh'kh two conslgnmcuU hav.
' Just been received.
During the llolidava these goods will b. sold at
Vary Low Frloas.
They aUo hate a fin. aMOrtmenl
Fire-proof Jewel Hoses,
Refrigerators and Ice Chcti,
Lamp and Chaadtliers,
And many Noteltics,
J TEW STYLES of Curtains. I.aabt,-n-a and
V 'tidies; you can hav. your choice al ,-. M.
ELLIS', 104 iluel ureeL ijl
RUSHED .STRAWBERRY, Terra Cotta, and
all uther shades of Plumes, you will nod at A
MTMELLIS', 104 Fun street. 15s
'OR SATCHELS and FANCY BASKETS, cal
' al A., M. M ELLIS, iH For street. ii
O T I C E.
MESSRS. R. MORE A CO,
KlM) STRPKT.f.. ItoKOtUt.!,
Would beg to notify the Public that they
- have fust received a shipment of the famous
HOUSKHOLn" SKWlNCt MAC1UNI'
JtsT Anypermn VfUhiiigtopurhaHcase-iinginadiue
would do v. ell to examine them, ,
a number of superior
Double-barrel Breach-loading Shot Guns,
Winchester Rifles, Kennedy Rifles
' Parlor Rifles,
Smith & Wisson Revolvers.
A lull assortment of CAR IRIIlOKS, brass and
paper shell ; and Sportsmen's Oencral Supplies.
i-lT Call and examine our Stock !
Having in our employ a nttt-clat Lock and dun
Smith, we are prepared to do all kind of repaying in a
first-class manner and on short notice.
Srtrhif Mitrhtnm rrfmti'rtt ntttt ututrt
And all kinds of Iron Work made and repaired.
IX L I N G II A M & CO..
PLOWS I PLOWS I PLOWS 1
.To arrive by the ' Henry James H Iroin New York
direct and by rail via San Pranci-tco.
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOW,
This plow Is made specially for Sugar Plantations
and Is covered by Patent in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
DILLINGHAM DOUBLE FURROW PLOW,
AUo specially adapted to sugar plantations. Covered
by patent in the United States.
DILLINGHAM RICE PLOWS,
Cutting from 5 Inches upwards. An entirely new
series nude from our own pattern to remedy defects
in Light Steel Pious for rice culture, -second plough inl
and cane cultivation.
These Plows are all made by the original John
Deere Motlne Plow Works, the pioneer 'Western
plow manufactory and the largest steel plow ork$in
the world. For the Plows of this manufacture we ar.
A large stock of plows of different manufactures and
patterns, at lowest rates.
HARROWS OF DIFFERENT PATTERNS
Cultivators and Horse Hoes
Ox Yokes, Hows, Ox Chain
Trace Chains, Topsail Chain
Differential Pulley HlocU
HARDWARE FOR PLANTATION USE .
Fodder-Cutter, Corn and Hominy Mill
Garden and Canal Harrows .
Studebaker Wagons and Carriage
LUHR1CATING OILS A SPECIALTY
Albany C) Under Oil and Compound
KKROSKNE OIL, in quantities to suit
Kerosene Oil Stoves ,,
American and EnxlUh Paints and Oil .,
Turpentine, Paint and Whitewash Drukhet '
Valentine's and other Varnishes
Paper and Paper Hags.
Ilarkness Fire Extinguishers
SHELF HARDWARE, SCALES
House Furnishing Goods t'
Lamps, Chandeliers, and Lantern
V New Goods constantly arriving.
We aim to keep everything required in our lines,
to sell at lowest poible prices.
C M. CARTER ft CO.
S. SI. CATl,
S. r. GRAHAM.
Ho, 88 Kiss BtrMt, Hoasolnlm.
stail uaALaxs IK
ttREWOOD, COAL AMD IXCD
t We would notify the public, and houvekecpers lu par,
ticular, that we keep on hand and for sale, in quantities
to suit urchaers and at low cit rates, fuel, ai follows!1
HARD AND SOKT WOOD,
Cut any Lengths;
N. S. W. NI'.WCASiLE COAU
SCOTCH COAL, and Ihe
CELEURATED WELI.i'nGiON MINE,
DEPARTURE HAY COAt,
The above can be ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and Immediate delivery guaranteed. '
GIVE US A CALL., Telephone, No.'oj
auo kite in srocst
HAY, OATS-CalifuroU and New Zealand:
IIARLEY-Whole and ground I
WHEAT CORN-Whole and cracked;
I1KAN. MIDIILINOS, and other feed.
Order Ihe above through Telephone No. J.
AMU l WAIIAkT
Q-alck Dell-ret? u4 IVsU W4kt
ORDERS r'ROUOtHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
free Delivery to All Pans of the City.
SMtMikr, M. Hit Kfam MfMt.
Tst-kmosa No. v j
A RT1STIC STATIONERY, in great sariety, at
ar. iiiu.-v.ij. iiikum
TliOi. Q. THRUM'S Fori street.
JJJAVii jufrr RECEIVED Tin: lakoest
ART AND HOLIDAY GOODS
AStONO TMK riCTUR.S St.SV UK SEP.N
The Popular Paintings of Flowers and
All of the above are
Flowers and Fruit In Water Colors and Colored Lithographs, Studies of Madame Vouga
said to be the finest ever nude.
. . 'COI.OUKED i'llOIOORAI'llS,
. ' -' ?'''' . - water colors, ' -
" ;' -andCHRO.MOS.
. . . ' ' '
20,000 feet of Moulding for Frame, nnd Cornices, includln; every st)le new and old.
Card, Cabinet, and lloudolr KR AMES, ' . ''
in Plush, Velvet, Native Carved Wood, Ebony etc.'
HT.ITUAHV, III Marblr,
JAl'ANESETEA-SETS, MOUSTAUCH CUI'SandS.VUCERS lu'riunyst-,les,etc.,
WORK llASKETSand IIASKET STANDS
Glove and Handkerchief UOXES, . " ,.,-. . V. ir
' Jewel cases, Oil Case '"-.' V - ',,
htrackets in all siies and styles '
lloquet and Cigar Tables,
Cabinets etc 1 .
The very latest Styles or CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S CARDS.
All kindsof New
ACCORDIONS, VIOLINS,'.'' ,;
- FLUTES, FIFES;"
AND I1RASS INSTRUMENTS. . ' ,, -
zThe verybevt Strings, for all String Instruments.
v.V 'v-! .. -
We will be pleattd to have everybody call and
ankle. in our uoreateenttielyriew loiliiscouniryV
II IS NO TKOUHLE
IW ORDERS i,iml Ol'IIER
Prult, by Mrs, GiUen.
Prult and Land. capes, by Professor Strong.
subjects of till, country. ' .
Ii.'hc, rtiirf J'lanle r.
Tos for the little ones.
- - , ,
Vrtl: mul Ciaillri. , -i.
' ' .
- . . -','i . .
,,' .':''; , ,', .'
-, - " ,' ' t-iK- t
JapaneM Walliauer and Fans, Screens,1 etc. .
' ' '"'
esammeour go-vdJas we are conrvjent that many
' " ' ' -7H-"- ' T',T "i-
ISrvNJI.S will have our careful attention
t.v ; .jr,..,''
-pll RUM'S BINDER Y.
This I'opuir Hindkkv, now lo
cated at 107, Fort Street, will soon
be moved to the commodious quarters
over Thrum's new news stand, in the
Campbell lllock, next to Mr. C. 0.
Herder's ollice on Merchant Street.
In Its New Quarters it will
be able to do even more satisfactory
work than that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and such willing ap
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It Advertises No Specialiiies,
but is able to do all sorts, sizes,
and conditions of Hook-binding,
Ruling, Lettering, and l-apor cutting
as well as in San Francisco, and at
At This Complete Dindekv
newspapers, magazines, pamphlets,' and
sheet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books arc carefully and firmly rebound.
All Descriptions oe Blank
Books arc made to order at as low
rates as are consistent with first-class
work. The Bindery is now using
Weston's " Record " and " Ledger "
pajicr for all first-class work. A large
invoice of this justly celebrated stock
has just been received from New York.
The Maciunerv Used is all of
improved pattern. The " ruling ma
chine," with its new patent " striker,"
is equal to any in use in cither the
United States or the Colonies, and its
recent work speaks for itself, being,
also, complimentary to the workman
who runs the machine. The other
machines used in the Bindery are for
cutting paper rapidly, for paging and
numbering, for perforating, lor card
and pasteboard cutting, and for press
ing. The Excellence or the Work
Performed is a result of good mate
rial and careful work.
t. a. Tit hum.
- E U C A J, O FfO B M
R II E U M A T ISM.
Nuuanu street, and corner of Fort and Merchan streets
Il sr stciivsti ax
"Martha Davis,1 " MallijiU," and evpecltd si
M Mariposa" and other vessels
Itoston Card Matches,
Horve Shoes and Nail.,
DOWNERS and NOONDAY Oil,
Lubricating Oil. of all kinds
Cut Nalts, all sire..
Clinch Nail., all .',
Cotton Watte in bales,
Oieap Rim Clocks,
llrown Soap, In caves,
Win Hanging lU.l.t.fur Ferns, sc,
Lane'e Ptatitatlon Hoes,
l Inch Goose-neck Socket Uuti,
Ice Cream Freeiers,
lwn Mowers, Ua kind,
Cain's (.cnulne Amo.keag Ilenluit,
Case's Genuine Amo.kcag Mariners Stripe,
Besides a thousand ankles In the Hardware Ibie always
Su? expected, rw Ly the ''Spartan, a dwms coot
tdete astonment of
HmlV Mrtl How and Jrr.r',
Wkb eatra Handles, Beams and Point.,
All these il be fouial al lite t-uner brkk store of
4 . F, O. HALL k SON. Uiuiud.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
From tire car-foes 6f Ihe MaltsAte and nther rirceut
vests Ihe following
Dry Goods and Clolliinj:
Trims of the Utent Hjles, fait colors
Hid Denims, Urown Unen lritU,
Whit Crovilon Sheethij,
Mornxk's -nrf Cloths, W'aterprot.f Twels,
Totls ami Toweling. (iUt Towels,
Table Cloths Table Napkins,
Ptiro Llnena, Shnwl. Drtxu Gtwule
CrenaJmes. White anst Colored sSilks,
Colore-. Satins, (irass Cloths,
ArtlftcUl Fhjw cr am! L-Vatheni,
Citton HandVerchlefs,.Si:k Handkerchief
Table Covers, wiiolfii; CntotrilAtievnsand CrafM
Fancy Mixture and llluv and Gray FUnnl.
Victoria lwrs, llrooks' Spool Oh ton,
Itlue and Uhite Check I,Ktado
r AN C Y DRESS GOODS
Fancy I'Lthli, Keatla Shirts, Wool Shirts,
White and Colored Cotton Shirts,
Fancy Scarfs, Pilot Reefers,
Men White and Urown Cotton Half llote,
I,adie' Mow, Men's Ueady-made Clothin.,
IjtdieV Hats f white, black and fancy straw),
India Kuhher Coats, Capet and I-ff$In-f
Itlue and Gray Horse Hlankti,
Woolen lllankets, all sizes, colors and weights.
Yrtrrt Cttfjirlnt I'etrrt Htiyn,
I'rtrr-t ami TitiifMtvy Itour Jttit.
A full as-ortrnenl of OUNTI.KMKN'S and I..
I)tr.S'SAOOI.f.S;alto, Saddle for Hos and .nl
and a few
tlKIDI.KS, Saddle Cloths and Chamois Skin.
Sugar Bas 20x36.
Coal Bar. 26x37.
Rio Bn(rs) ami Twines.
Filter Press lines a at 36, sometblnjr lie- and in gieat
denund' a few only ren-tatntn-i. These bags are mde
to fit Otto't Press, and are of the right sire and t rop
Ontrntiitett fjnrrttffnttl Itaofinff (-14 guije),
in 6, 7, 8 and 9 leet lengths.
ROOKING SCRI.WS AND WASHKRS.
GALVANIZED RIDOIN ,
Annealed Fence Wire, No. 4, 5, 6 and 7. and Staples;
Gait armed Iron Duckets, all sues;
G,lvanUcd Wash Uaslns, ---
GJvanUed Garden llorderiiu and NeHjurf,
Tinned Iron Saucepan, all Mres;
Teakettles, real Jajun Illacktntc.
Vuvluy ItHvkH ami Harden Tile,
lAn Seats and Chatrs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
Work lift mtceiHf
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Fancy Glass Flower Stands,
Fern Ha-kets eir,
PORTLAND CEMENT-HIRE MUCKS,
Uvr pool Halt att( Itork HnU,Xinr, iniutu
nnd Hatlrii Otli, M'flrrrarrr Haur
English. American and Hawaiian
Three, fist and seven yard lottf.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Adrairaltr tt, sires Is', H, ft aivl i,
POWELL IJUFI'KYN STKAM COAL,
ENGLISH LKATIIKR UKLTISO. frm "l I is, - ,
It feet lengths; l6and II tt per jraid.
Kl.h Hales, lloltsand Nula
Railroad Spikes to inatdi,
One Hl-r-llof I'oirrr i'rlW Knylmr
AUu, Om Tkrflton t'mrrr Vi tl
Kwtr lilr'O II. DAV1F.S CO.
Is Ui.br (iu u all Mrsons that at a raeclii( Iwl)
In llmwilufii oiithe l.lk dav Ijl tSM.Kinlr.' lUl.UlM
sulmriUrs la the sites of the I'ul'Ui biisir
iirucs' kAMCH Cuurswv, It was suted to ucrM a
CHARTER Of INCOKrOKAilfiN iraHsJ W
them and tlielr awucUles and sisueuors uridet Ike osr
porala liaate and stle 4 tke " fuuloa hdeep Mat
Sack Ranch Ccwdn-f "urtlke istbdayuf Noseastw,
iWj. and thai said coruallcii under said tliaawt
Ihereupun orfanUad llMlf and .luted Ik. fHniat
cancers of the Company
reUdenl.ff .(. tf.tl'rarKls Spencee
ke-rretdui,... ,(eur(e W, Macfwlan.
Titauu.r .,,.,, .Ilsruy R. MacfsrUw
Keatury and AuditM .,,,,....,Jitut RuLUm
KolU. UfurtW gl.eri that, .vfficyins iatfeeleraw
of said charter, "no stockholder snail indisUtsale-r M
liahla fur Ika deUs of llie corooratiuii Le-Hasd atse
aiwouui wdko soajr s-e oue upon in. snare wr .
aui ur owkco 07 nimM4i.
KTISTV MATERIALS (WWs-r Neasov-e
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