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Voi.l'MK IV, NuMHIiR 2".
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN I SLA tS,'. MARCH 1,1884.
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Whole Numi.kr 183.
" llnilirnwt lllltrr.
It mint lie conceded by nn fair mind lint
tlicnqiroc niter the almlilion of skse-i, .-nil
dueled tlirmselvrs wild wonderful mmlrr.itlon;
for it as nituml to rxiect thai a people
lllicrnted suddenly a the) were, clrvatnl ssilh
out preparation ns Ihey Here to a position of
comparative power, oiilil abuse their notcl
privilrr;cN oiiiIiukk, enprewun forthf feellnpof
resentment wniht to lie fnculcateil liy tin low
and vlclom claw of politician who then rainc
down to deceive and defraud them, Hut, t a
rule this was not the case. Despite ptrty
difference and the slninrjlc for otitIcnl (xmrr,
there was scry little personal Ind feeling or
individual hoslilit) between the blacks and
Southern whiles, and Instances of impertinent
or offensive conduct on the part of the former
were ver) unusual. In the exceptional cases
it Is worlhynf note that the nctorsor instigators
were almost alwavi females t'cncrnll) girls or
young women. Of this class were those who
brushed rudely against white pcrms, affecting
Ignorance of their whereabout! who defiantly
took possession of the Inner ortion of the
sidewalk, right or led; who Mrapped lice veils
across their dusky noses and twirled their
ptrasols igiinst ladies' hats; who grated
people's tots with their baby-carriagej and
entangled hdlcs' skirts In their wheels; ami im
pertinence to which wciker parlies, such as
ladles ami very old persons, wire subject.
, One day, aliout two ycirs nflir "the surren
der," there stood on the sidewalk of a large
town in Virginia a negro school girl, swinging
her vttchcl, twirling on her heel, and tossing
her head, coquetting airily with a mulatto boy
about her own age. Running pirallcl with the
sidewalk was a fence, on the opposite side of
which, unolmrvcd by (or, as jhc would more
significantly have expessed It, "onbeknowst
to") the girl, and not ten feet from her, were
her father and brother at work in n. gentleman's
garden. The spices between the boards com
posing the fenrc were quite broad enough for
ordinary purpose of observation, and the old
man, her father, was evidently aware of the
sidewalk flirtation, but had so far said nothing,
digging savagely away with eloquent vigor;
but her brother hail suspended operations, and
was leaning on his spade, wriggling in con
vulsions of silent laughter. An outburstwould
have attracted his sister's attention and put an
end to his fun; besides, it was n cpiestlon how
the old nun would view interference when he
did not himself interfere; and to any one who
had to deal with the old man or rather with
whom that old man had to deal this question
was one to be considered.
1'rcsently there came walking slowlj and
feebly down the street an old lady whose coun
tenance liorc the traces of sorrow ns well as of
years. The hair was parted plainly on her
forehead, and the pale face was framed in
crajic. The grave dignity of her manner was
toned down and softened by a smile. All, no,
it was only the suggestion of a smile, the re
flection of a sun that bad shone, the soft light
that sometimes lingers though the sun be gone
The windows of the houe she had just left
were now always closed, and the ivy that had
used to creep against the wall trailed its ten
drils undisturbed across the shutters. In that
house two beds remained from day to day
neatly made, as they hail been three scars be
fore; towels hung on the rack, and all things
remained in readiness for "the boys." Hut
only a mother's foot ever crossed the threshold
of tint dark and silent chamber only a moth
er's sobs ccr broke the stillness of that cold
and desolate room; for the lads who had
marched away 'to the sound of fife and drum
that bright May morning had never come
As Mrs. Darring approached the rest of our
Jiamatii ftnciiit, the girl, with a loud laugh
and an elaborate air of not seeing her, swung
her satchel round and struck the old lady a
slurp blow on the breast,
The dead hands of her Iks must have been
lifted in the grave at this affront to their moth
er; but they were iKiwerlos, and she powerless
"Didn" go to lm't you," said the girl, care
lessly, lb Mrs. Darring, "An' so, Mr. Simp
kins, oii excuse me of beln' a flirt? Which
I'm sho' I isn't any mo' of a flirt 'an you is.
The boy was emlurrassed, and made no re
Mrs. Darling had stopped, and a deep flush
was 011 her cheek, but she only asked, gravely
and qulellji "Isn't this Adam Darring's
ini ... . .. 1 r- , w ...
11c euns iu oc 1 jarrin . .sir. Aililum
I.ifriilge is my pa, if dat's what you mean,"
replied the girl, saucily.
"Caroline, l-i "
"My n one's Carrie."
"I do not think your father," continued
Mrs. Darting, ignoring the interruption
"whether he calls himself Lcflwich now, or
Dairiug -would allow one of his children to
inult his old mUticss. 1 am sorry for his
lake as well as my own."
Mrs. Darring passed on, and the girl, toss
ing her head, said scornfully to her compan
ion! "She don't 'peer to ha' bad a good meal
o' itilck sence px stopped wu'kin' for her.
Kilday fs my bufday) I think I'll ax her up to
They walked off together.
Old Adam had ceased to dig, and was glar
K .iii-i uiciii in a quiver 01 rage. The ton
had ceased to Liugh, and stood in dlsmav,
looking at hit father. Suddenly the old man
giavpetl his spade with Ixith hands nnd shook
It In the face of the boyt "Did sou heer dat
Dave retreated, without attempt at valort
"Lemmc Mont, daddy, ain't lch ole mis'."
Again advancing on him, spade in hand, the
out nun reileratedi "J ax you ef you heerd
"Course I hceid hn I ain't deef, Is I?"
Dave put out his hand, warding off the of
fenive srapont but for the thirst time It was
shaken in hit face and planted against his tin
luuiclan note, "I ax yom-f ou seed what
flat, nlggar gal done?"
" 'Course I seed her I ain't blin', is 1?"
The old man lei fall his siuJe and drew
forth a huge poeket-liilfc, vh"nh induced Dave
to displas a Mill greater expanse of while
feather, for he ictnalcd precipitately into a
new I) -nude hot-bed, and there floundered in
the obscurity width it sometimes comes even
to houtsl men to covet.
'I he old man sought a hedge of usage orange
nets, and his erlutbcd spirit seemed to find
iciiom- as he regarded the branches in their
beauty of stoutness and supple strength.
Dave's head and hands, like those of a terra
pin from lit shell, presently protruded slowly
aud cautiously above the frame and the hot.
bed, but disappeared with abnormal celerity as
bis ear was saluted by the vvhUa of one of those
beautiful branches, which his father had cut
trimmed and was now trjlng on the empty
ir. Feeling that b ai sol tbe light uwu.
nor, If he rend tin sigi s of the times correctly,
In th right place, Dave concluded to let his
father and the nir halt it out together) so,'
emulating the Arab, he "silently stole away,
without even waiting "to fold his lent i.t
to put on his coat. In other words, he em
braced the first opportunity to go home to
dinner, without villi iting the pleasure of his
f ither s society.
Me found "Carrie" already there. As soon
as be saw her, "Oh, tn) po'lrtckHiecxcUImeil,
with ft wriggle and grimace
"What mottcr wid jo' back?" .asked bis
mother, placing before him a plate of smoking
hot pork and beans,
He balanced it on his knees, and, breaking
in halves a hugh pone of corn bread, remarked,
solemnly t " Up at de house ole mis' use to
giv' thanks for what ilcy wu 'bout to 'ceive ;
an' 1 feels mitel) like it on set tin' down to
dinner to-day--for what I nin't gwlnc to 'eclvc.
Oh, my po' back I" he repeated, with a sec
ond wriggle which ahnoat upset the plale on
his knee, and, sinking his head solemnly, he
fixed his eyes on his sister: " Ixir'l Ixir '1
Knowin' what I does, if I was in dat gal's
shoes, dem shoes would lie dc yuddet side o'
Candler's Mountain, or mnvin' dat wiy mitcy
"Ca'llne," said her mother, uneasily, "what
dat fool nigger talkin' Mioul ?"
" Her name ain't Ca'line," said Dave i "its
Carrie (oh, my po' back I) an' Mr. Addum
Lefridge is her pa."
The girl gave a startled glance, but be fixed
his c)cs on his plate, and, wagging his bead
from side to side, continued like one In a
reverie : "I nuvvur would ha' 'greed to bein'
a gal o' no kin', under no sukumslanccs, white
nor black; but tie way l wouldn' 'grte to bein'
a ccrl'in black gal to da) ain't nothin' to
nobody but me and Mr. Addum Lefridge."
" What you talkin 'limit, Dave ?" asked his
mother, planting herself before him with her
knuckles on her lips.
Dave got up, drew his )ellow cotton shirt
sleeve across his mouth, and hitched up his
" galluses." " I use to hear Mas' Jim," said
he, " lafiin' 'bout
' 1 ictdeback 'I ickmouse is mj name,
Lunuum is my nation,
Inglum' i my dwellin'-place
an' suinp'n else, I forgit what ; but ef I was
K)arline, gwine to prcpar' s piece o' po'try for
digaminsbum uv dc fus' class in joggerfycf
dadd) was gwine to be tlar, an' I knowed
what was good for me I would holler out i
Karline IHrrln' if my name,
Niccer is ni) station ;
I jiKhbu'n is mj ilwellm'-pltce
And ef I dir' to talk 'bout Lefridge, an' hit
ole mis' on dr brca,' an' be gen'ly impident,
wid daddy lookin' out o a hole in dc fence,
I'd ketch iWnhum, 'tld o' I.unnuni nation.
Dar come daddy now. Tell him I gwine
back to Mr. l'ollard's wbar we was at wu'k
dis mornin' me an' Mr. Addum Lefridge,
Carrie's pa. Oh, my po' back 1" And with
the I'arthiin arrow of a grimace at his sister,
Dave disappeared over the back fence.
" Gre't Jiminlii), Ca'line ? Sho'h you ain't
been fool 'nuf to a-tocb Miss Dirrin', so u' pa
couhl find it out ?" said her mother, in a hur
ried undertone, as she saw the old man
coming down street with an armful of osagc
oraugr sw itches.
" I ain't toch her to hu't her," said the girl
" My Lor' I Don't you know )o' pa betler'n
dat? It's Hint; you win a-knowin' hint. You
jes' git him on one of his rampages, an' you
won't want to know him no better."
Apparently indifferent to the cultivation of
her father's acquaintance, Caroline caught up
her hat, and was about banishing through the
front door when the old man entered ! "Stop
dar I Whar )ou gwine?"
" I'm goin' luck to school, pa," endeavor
ing to pass him.
He caught her by the shoulder and spun her
like a tee-totum half-way across the room.
" Shet up, now, 'about pa I Which you kin
call that sassy little nigger barber Mister '
'cos he ain't no sassier, an' ain't half as much
of a nigger as )ou is but don't try to cum so"
joggcif) an' rifmntik over met I'll Virile skin
often yo' from )o' head to )o' heels."
"Lor, Addum," remonstrated his wife,
"what makes you ac' so to'dsde chile?" '
" Matriar," said he" Marriar, not a hour
ago I seed dat imp o' Satan hit we all's ole
mis' on dc bres' wid her doggone "
" I was jes' swingin' my satchel, an' she
walked up 'g'inst it herse'f, pa."
Old Adam caught and shook her violently.,
"I dar,' 'fo' Gord, if )o' says 'pa' to me
ag'in, I'll maul de brains dean outen you I "
" I know she ain't meant no harm b) what
she done," said the wife.
" She hit my ole mis' on de bres,' I tell )ou'
a ole lady which, ef she warn't my ole mis,'
is still a ole lady knee-deep in de grave, an'
nobody to look arter her or keer w holder she's
in de grave or outen it. I can't forgit an' I
ain't gwine to 'fur to forgit how dat ole
lady took keer o me an' mine for forty year,
We warn't nuvvur col', an' we warn't nuvvur
hongr), an' we warn' nuvvur wantin' for a kin
word. I knows it, an' you knows it. Some
niggers might ha' been 'bused ')arnd what dey
'rarved, but 'twam't me, an' 'twuint job, an'
'twarn't lion? o' we all's chdlun : an' when it
'peered like I was dead, an' dey was 'bout to
shroud me or de coobin'-bo'd, ole nils' she
cried like one uv de chillun."
"'Cos you was as goods an' chatter," said
" Dai's so I" deimsed Carrie, briskly.
He gave br a box on the ear that came very
near taking the head off her shoulders. Then
he turned to his wife, and, shaking his knobbed
cane in her face, said sternly t "Don't you
Jar to say dat ag'in I Ole mis' could ha' loss
twenty nigger like me an' nuvvur m sscil 'em,
Don't ,ou Jar to say it ag'in I Vim hurt "
Old Adam had alwi)s maintained his ex.
elusive tight to sport a certain article of ap
parel supposed to indicate supremacy in the
domestic circle ( and spoken of In the plural ) ;
so, after a gare so prolonged and stern that it
must have tried Maria's nerves exceedingly, he
slowly lowered his cane and resumed, his chin
trembling and hit voice growing huskyt " No,
I goes a tquar out o' my w ay rudder'n look at
dat house an' think 'bout ole nils' an' dem
bo)S, which I done a heap a dc bringin' uv
'cm up myte'f. De house which it use to
'peer like it would fa'ily bus' open wid good
times how it look now? All she! up an'
daik an" col'. Look in dem parlors, which
oic mis use to have cm lull o cornp ny to
keep de bo)i at home, she say. Whar dc
comp'nyj? what de boys? whar tie lafiin' an'
talkin' an' de singin', an' dc niggers comin in
an' out wid 'frcshinents, an' ole mis givin' me
suinp'n to drink out in de pantry, Vas she sjv.
'Addum mus'n Iw no better'u his )oung
musters' r Open dem dot, I say What you
see ? what you heer ? Dc flute is shct up in
dcir cases, an' de fiddle-strings Is some on 'em
tusty on' some on 'em broke an black shad
dt h all Wn' Je icviui, an' it's so quiet dat
a rat runnin' 'cross de fio' would skcer you wid
his fuss Win i dc comp'ny wid dcir liar'
nakts an' while shoes, eating up ole mis's
supshtin? IHncin' someishar else, forgittln'
all 'IhhiI ole mis'. W har dc Imys ? Out in de
graveyard. Whartlemls?' Dyin' dyin' uv.a
broke heart dyln' wid a kin' word for every
body, an' glad to go -d)ln' oos she sick an'
po' an' lonesome, an' dunno how to live Mnut
sumbmly to tike keer on her an' stan 'tween
her an' tnit'r), Whar de niggers? Dir's one
o' de black liotin'n," said he, his voice vibrat
ing with anger - "dar's one nv 'em; an' sho'
as (lord A'mighty spir's me she's got to pa)
for what she's done to day."
" Ca'line ain't nolhln' but a chile, Addum;
she don't klibw no better."
Adjm lonkid fixedly at her for a moment or
two, or, as it appeared to her, for the next
half hour. "Gimme in) dinner," said he at
This was an unlooked-for development of
humor, and his wife hastened to gratify it.
" Ca'line," said she presently, " )ou better
go on to school, honey."
"LfKjarline know what's good for her,
she better set whar she is."
Caroline appeared to know what was good
With great deliberation and no fuilhcr no
tice of Caroline be proceeded to dispatch the
pork nml beans set before him, then turned to
his wife t "Matriar, is you gwine to uphol'
dat gal in 'havior sech as dis "
" I said she warn't nothin' but a chile,
" She warn't nothing but n chile, an' warn't
no use to noboil) , when oic mis' had her to
take keer on ; but she ain't no chile now."
" She didn' mean no barm ; she didn' know
no better ? "
" Why ain't )ou done it yo'sc'f ? " retorted
Adam's smile was grim, and so suggestive of
the tuition to be expected of him, that bis wife
hastened to say : " I don't see no grc't harm
in what de chile done ; she didn' go to hit Mis'
"She done it a-pu'pose," said he, doggedly;
" I seed it myjc'f."
" An' twarn't no harm saying her name was
Lefridge. It jes' shows dc ambitions dat's In
her to take anuddcr name. Dat what make
her dc gal she is."
"Is dat correc'?" He turned and looked
curiously at his daughter, discomposing her
greatly, "I nuvvur knowed befo' how she
come to be tie gal she wuz, I'sc wondered
mitely how a gal o' mine should ha' come to
be i.i kin' o' a gal. So it's de ambitions?
Dat's a fac'. What would a nigger be ef
'twarn't for ambitions? He wouldn' nuwur
git 'buv' hisse'f, he would'n nuviur be no bet
ler'n dc white folks which de sword js dona
leveled 'em down to him ef 'twarn't for am
bitions!" The negro, as we have had occasion to re
mark, is surpassingl) surperficial, and, thoagh
intensely emotional, supremely unreliable in
Old Uncle Adam was evidently ser) much
impressed by what his wife had said, lie
took a short pipe from his pantaloons pocket
and commenced smoking, leaning forward with
one elbow on bis knee and his chin in the
palm of his band, his e)cs on the kettle of pot
liquor from which he hail fared sumptuously.
At length, after a pause which seemed inter
minable to his companions, he raised his c)c
brows, and with a slight drooping of the cor
ners of his mouth, which gave him quite a de
pressed nnd pitiful air, he turned to bis wife:
"Marriar," he said, "de ole man is mitely sot
in his wa)s, an' it's mighty hard gittin' outen
cm, out lie am I buv tmn. tie nuvvur
knowed befo' what 'twas dat make his chile,
his onliest gal-chile, dc gal she wuz. De oic
man called it to hisse'f sassincss an' impidence;
he didn' know 'twas ambitions. Dar comes in
dc ole man's ign'unce; he ain't been to school,
)ou know. An' he didn' know you had de
ambitions, too, Marriar. Ef he bad, he would
ha' ac'tcd difPunt, 'cos de ole man ccrt'ny do
want to do right far as he knows how. liut
sense he been scttin' here, gwine roun' in bis
min' what you an' de chile has sed, he sees,
like dc writin' on de wall, dat he hain't done
his duty to'ds na'y one of )ou. An1 he feel
de ambitions wu'kin' in him like hops in a keg
o' beer. He feels he ain't done what he ortcr,
an' he gwine take de back track an' make up
for it, ef lie kin, an fur ai he kin."
"Yes," responded his wife, briskly; "which
I orlci sed )ou would come round sonic day
an' show dem white folks dey aint't no bcttcr'n
He made no reply, but, turning with
benign smile to Caroline, held out his hand.
"Come here, dailer -come to pa."
With hesitation born of experience she re
luctamly drew Hear, and he placed her on his
knee, with an arm over her shoulder, the pipe
immediately under her nose, to the imminent
danger and disgust of that clasic organ.
This feat of Underlies, being abnormal and
unusual, wassomewat awkwardly accomplished
b) the old man, and greatly embarrassed his
daughter, who was also physically disquieted
by being sentimentally trotted on his rather
"So you wants to have a little birfday, my
dear?" lie asked.
"Yes, sir," said she, with unaccustomed
"An' you would like to ax )o' little nig
yu' little kullyheadcd ba'ber wouldn' you?"
he further moulted, executing here a trot of
such vigor that it was necessarily and prov
identially brief. "An', my dear, )Ou is no
doubt correc' 'bout dat ole white lad); I don't
expect she's had a good meat u' sillies for two
) cars. She's done fell oft to skin an' bone, an'
she don't look like she's got de strcnk to walk
a tquar . I makes no manner o' doubt you
could git her to )0 bithlay ilinncr, 1'eers to
me dc ambitions of a )oung cullud lady would
like dat mitely; to cfyou would keer 'bout tloin'
of it 1 ingages to git her,"
"Addum," exclaimed his wife, standing
before him (as Voltaire said of himself and a
)ung lady) like a poiat of admiration
"Addum, )ou certainly is combing out de
kinks 1 "
" Yo, Marriar," said he j and his eye
brows rose higher, and the corners of his
mouth fell lower, and he looked more pitiful
than ever. " I was an ole man whan I
married )ou, and I didn't know 'bout ambl
lions, but 1 am t loo old to lain. I lunl
a heap es' now by yo' antl Kyarli yo'
an' Carrie's talk. An' I'll do ou bote de
justice to y 1 b Iceve )ou is made our little
diitcr the gal the is. io, ex I was saying,
cf )ou all wants de ole white lady to de birfday
" I fur one, certainly does," said bis wife,
thinking how fine a tale it would Ik to tell.
" Den I engage to git her. An', my dar
ter," he continued, rising from his chair with
out the (lightest utioMtioa of any tudi intttv
lion on his part, it the imminent risk of
landing Caroline (submerging her, c should
si)) In the kettle of pot liquor "an', my
darter, don't get up no po' white dinner. I
feels tie ambitions crawlin' all 'bout me. Kf
)ou wants enn) thing, jes' come an' ax pa."
The next da) Caiotine called upon him for
mone), anil met with the encouraging res
ponse! " Ccrt'n'), my darter, cerl'n'y W'lnt
ever )nu needs, jes' come and at pa "
Thin cmlHildcncd, she and her mother
added considerably to the intended luxuries of
the table, but met no rebuff, 'the old wallet
was alunjs forthcoming, and, slowly fumbling
through it, the old man ,ahva)s " ponied up"
the required amount,
The only thing they dared not ask was
whether Mrs. Darring was coming.
"Ax him," whispered Mrs. "Lefridge,"
nudging her daughter with her elbow as old
Adam was about leaving for wotk the day be
fore that proposed for the dinner " ax him."
" Im 'fred to ax him," said Caroline.
" What's de matter, my dear?" and he
looked so benevolent that his wife ventured to
" Jes' sump'n de chile wants to know."
" All she got to do is to come and ax pa,'
said the old man pausing on the threshold.
Then first discreetly placing between them
the distance and the barrier of the table
Caroline put her query, and her parent made
reply i " Yes, ni) darter ef she's well 'miff.
An' ef you wants enny mo' while folks in
vited, jes' come and ax pa,"
The day came ; the table was spread. Din
ner was to be at two ; at one Adam and Dave'
" Now," said the old man to his wife
"now, you git off dem close, and get in dat
bed in tic yudder room. An', Dave, you go
up to my ole mis', and tell her dc cramp is
taken deescecdencc wid Marriar, an' ef she'll
comedown here an' see ef she ken he'p dc
nigger, ole Addum will be eberlassln' thank
ful." Dave thrust his tongue in his cheek, and
with a wink at his sister disappeared.
" Get in dat bed an' draw up wid dc cramp
till I signcrfics to you to draw out ag'in.
Lor, Addum I I ain't gwine "
Hut for some reason she immediately
changed her mind, and when Dave returned
was in bed looking so ver) foolish nnd iincoin
forlable that the youth could not restrain his
mirth, and felt constrained to retreat to the
pig-sl) in the back-yard.
As soon ns her slender stock of strength
would allow, Mrs. Darring came : " How do
you do Adam ? "
" Po' an' piert, Mis' Lirar po' an' piert,
marm, like a shad in slnller water."
" What cems to be the matter with Maria?"
asked lus old mistress as she went in
" Marriar 'peers to be mo' easier jes' now.
thankey, Mis'T.inr ; but seems to me some
good strong mustard wouldn' do her no barm ;
she s sho to draw up ag in prcs'n'y"
"We will make the plaster, then," said
Mrs. Darring, kindly, "but perhaps he will
not need it. I hope not, for I think it a ser)
severe remedy." .
" Marriar tlo cert'n'y need sewere o' some
kin , Mi"Linr," said he ; it', trios' time to
draw up now. Git tie mustard, Kyarliqc, to
mane oai piaster, wnicli s'ic is made a many a
one befo' for me, an' Marriar, too, when we
Obeying the instinct of self-preservation,
Caroline produced the mustard with an ala
crity secretly resented by her mother, and Mrs.
Darring spread the plaster ; but Maria evin
cing no intention whatever to " draw up," old
Adam placed his hand beneath the patchwork
quilt with the tender inquir) : "Is )o' feels
"Oh, Lord) I oh, Lorjy 1" yelled his wife.
" ou sec it s takin' her ag'in, Mis' 'Lizar,'
said he. His hand was still beneath the patch
wotk quilt, and his face was full of benevolent
anxiety. "Miss 'Lizar, it do 'peer to me,
marm, dat de plarster better go on."
Mrs. Darring assented, for Maria was writh
ing with pain, and (the "first law of nature"
still asserting itself) with Caroline's unqualified
approbation the plaster was placed in position
At this moment Dave's head appealed in the
doorway. "Mr Simpkins an' awarictyof
mens has arros-e, said he sotte ioce to his
sister. "Comp'ny come," he translated to
"Marriar belter be quiet now, Mis"Lizar,
which I'm sho' we. dunno how to thank you for
comin , nnrm. Keep on dat ar plarster,
Marriar, till I sez take it ofl," added the old
man as Mrs. Darring prepared to leave.
sne nel not keep It on long, Adam ; it
will blister her. I think you were nnneces
saiily alarmed this time; you see she is in no
"No, marm," said he with an air which
needed no translation for Maria ; but she will
beef she take dat plarster often her till I sez
On the way out they passed through the
"tlining-room," where several of Caroline's
friends were assembled, prominent among
them Mr. Simpkins.
" Dis is we all's ole mis'," said Adam, with
a wave of the hand not to be misunderstood
They rose respectful, every one. "Mis'
'Lizar," he continued, "ef ou oln't too proud
(0 eat a inoufful in )o' ol' servant's house, me
an Kyarline- would be mighty proud to stan'
'hin' )o' cheer an' sarve )ou ez we ue to."
Unwilling to motllfy the old man, and loo
long .accustomed lo having negroes around her
table to attach a thought to It now, she sal
down and took a cup of coffee, eulogizing the
appearance of the table as she did so,
Caroline, with the inspiration of one who
does not desire again to lie drlected in the in'
dulgenceof untimely slumber (in other words
lo lie a second time "caught napping"), took
up a waller, and obediently planted herself
beniml the old Iad)'s chair.
Whether this graceful acquiescence at all
softened her father's heart must remain an
open question. If it had this effect, that sensi
tive organ was immediately re-ossified when
he detected her in the act of amusing her
guest by making a contemptuous grimace over
his old mistress' head.
Without apparent notice ol this by-play, he
escorted Mrs. Darring lo the ttrcet, and re
turned to the dining-room. "Indies an'
gerumen," said he, "de occasion uv dis festive
dinner will liavc to be got off to night.
'Skusin'slckncs inde fam'l), I 'spcc'fully axe
you all to git 'roue' ag'in "boat eight o'clock
dis ehening which it's a mo' festussu time
anyhow an' we Iwpes to hah dc ContribiUtion
of furder comp'ny."
Having promised to return and spend the
evening, the guests departed, and the old man
took his daughter into the next room.
"Addum," cried his wife, "I Bins' done
bu'nt up. Kin I lake it off?"
" I'eii'a 'pon whedder de ambitions U bu'nt
(CeutfitJtJtH tjufturtk fop.)
, V T- r
SMITH A THURSTON, I W. O. Ssmn,
1 1. a. rin htoi
.lrriril(-jf ill Ijitr,
No 3? MititCHAftr SmmtT
II.L1AM O, SMITH ft Co.
1 1. I nu
Vr7. mi. I tlinl f'srnfr llrnhrm,
So 88 Merchant Sht llnsmuLl'
(.KitiUiiktJ In ilg )
Sugar riintaliotl, Kaitroail, TeUplionis and other Cor
poration Stocks Ilonds nnd similar SeenritlM
ItllUCIIT ANIl KolO OS CoMMISflns
Money leaned on Stork Securiliet
O I). DOLE,
f'ounirtnr l( ifir ftinf buttiru Vubttc,
Coiinkr Port ANn MKciiAhTStiiM.rs, Honulvlu
-SLAKENCK W. ASHFORD,
Altm iicy, Sitllrlinr, Mr.,
No, 15 KAAHUMANe' SrRrRT , Hnsoiiiu
TJT R. CASTLE,
lllnrnrji nt i.ni unit Xutitrif I'ulUr.
Attends all tfw- Conns of the Kingdom. i
Attnrittti ttntl fVnif,rlor nt .fir.
M Fort Strbkt ..Honolulu
ALFRED S. HARTWBLL,
OrricK ,, ,
Ovrk Uank op ItMHor & Co
ALBERT C. SMITH,
Att-tif l titktt Arhttnulrilyrtiirnl Im
OrMCR Willi Smith & 'lliurrton, Altonieia at.Lan
No 38, MFKCltANrSTHrKT.
KS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Orric! i:k I'okt and 1Ikpftani St .
Otti.t Ilouih tily a, M , anil from 1-3x1)6:308 r.M
B. EM SON, M. D.
VfufalcUin ami Suritont
Hooluiu ,,M I
I klKI HONK NtMliPR 140
Office Iioum from 8JJ to 10 a. in ; lo jj j m.
Office arid Resilience, No, a Kukui Mrel. enrner I ort
T M. WHITNEY. M. D.( D. D. S.
JfMffi Itnnmi on Port lrrrtt
Ifnvoiui, , .If. I,
Office in ItrtwirV lllocV, corner Ilntc ami Fort
Sirfcts, rntrancc on Hotel Street. 1
-iiTiLLiAM b. McAllister,
Of tit Int.
1FKMANCNTM l-OtATfll IN IIONOLULt.
OlTicr. corrcr of Fort ami Motel treet,oer TrcRloan's
Particular attention paid to rstor.ttion goM filling
Kelng on giKHlork at reasonable charRes to K"""
the ronliitence of the puMic. 155 fin
A G. ELLIS.
No. 73 Qufrn SrnKET ....Honolilu
Member of the? Honolulu StocL nnd Ilond hxchange.
Is prepared to buy mid sell Stocks and ltonds in the
open market, at tlie usual rate of commission
Has mane) lo loan on StocL.5. bnult margin; re
quired on lime Contractf
Will advise as to Investments when requested.
t? O HALL & SON , (Limited)
IMPOKTERS AND 1IEALFRS IN
ilttulUHtrtt unit (jHnrrnl MerrhnnitUt,
CiiKNiK of King sno Fort Stubs! , Honoiulu
William W. Hall
P. C Jones, Jr ... .
........ !'i esident and Manager
Secretary, and 'I reasurer
Directors h. O. Hall, George U. Hoe.
O M. CARTER,
Avfnl to tah AthnowlriltMrnlB In Oft
f lff It In iMhnr.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. ,5
D W. LAINE,
CoiHMt$tonrr uf lirntm
t-or the Stale of California, for rf. Hawaliaii Islands,
and ijeneral Agent for the Pacific .Mutual I ifc In
surance Conquny of California. 14 j
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Aynl In tmka ArkHoirleilymenta to C011
trnrlm for tMhor.
Intkrior OrricK Honoluiu
JOHN H PATY,
Sulnry I'uMIr nml Vmnmltaloit of !,
For the Stales of California and New York. Office,
at the IIaiiI of llishop & Co.
HriNOIlLl, OAIIU, II. I. I
p T l.KNRHAN A Co.
liuiMtim oiiil t'ommtnlou Mrrrhnit:
N'lUAM) Sireitt, Honolulu.
T YCAN & CO
Imporlrrm .1.1. , In till klmilt of
.1Mr Uootitt h'aury iloottw,
Nos, 105 ANi 107 Font Strlkt. Honolulu
rurnlture, Cl!rs, Setting Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror Plates, Picture Frames and Cornices made 10
CDRRWER ft COMPANY,
rVfiMrrsir ,)friMft'rfft'! v7oimmiUisi Aytttta
HvitM SrsmT. llosoiiLU.
Officers-P. C Jones, jr., president and maiMer;
Jascpti iner, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
Huns, liui.es Is, llidiopand II A P. Carter; Henry
M&), auditor raS
ltraUr In IVioIre. Iltrf, fat, Msttlu, r.t:
No. t QutrN SrKr, Flair Markct.
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended lo.
)Jte Stock furnished to Vessel, at short notice.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied 10 order.
TmnrHONi, , . No, its.
JUJ S. CRINBAUM Lo.
Imptrlirm qxi, WkoUmlt Utaltr Im Un-
9 ral MetrrhmnttUo.
Maaik't IJuick,,. Qurin SrT, Honolulu
Uf S. CRINBAUM Co.
yorwtllHU and fommlulH Mmkmmtt,
114 CAUrotMa. St., San Iianciko,
Spcsial facdilics fir ami particular attention paid to
cooMrnmenfs ijf Idand uruducc. a
J'or Sltam r.ixtftf Mnmufmrlarf af
Honolulu . , . .
Practical CoijVcti-wr, Pastry Cook and llakrr.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuariu
street i. .
TT OLLISTBR ft Co.,
WMttHtt mtut JsWsiU
Wmtltmlt md JsWsiU UrufgUH Hi Xm
Nss. fa, jivc-ny SriMT,.
HnrrimiiA-er, Jrirrler, fuitritrrr, rtml
No. nr Foar SrnrKT . . .Honoiulu
All orders f-iithfu.ty executed. 3t
llnof ,fmf bhnrmtlkrr.
lU-jisanJ Shoes nude to Order
No. 114 Fort St., nrrosiTR Panthron SrAtte
P II, OBDINO,
KrjirrM unit f)rfimm.
r-relicht, PacklETs, and llaugage delivered lo ami from
all (vtr of Honolulu and vicimtv Larefnl at
trnfton paid to niovintc Furniture, svilh
WAOONS KXPKFSSI.V 10H rill PUKPOSK
Telephone (6 Residence js Punchlnttl street.
Oflice. 86 King Street icA-ti
PHILLIPS & Co.
ImiaHvrt 1,11,1 II hnl'i.lli' Itrnlm In Cloth-
I1111. flra, 1ini-t. ;nl, Mrn't I'ur-
iiMrilnrr llnntta, 1'anry tinml; lie.
No. 11 Kaaiiuhanu Strkt .. Honolulu
-""IIARLES T. GULICK,
.Votary I'uMIr, Ayrttt to Ink' AchunUdy-
tnrntu to Istbiir Vonlrarli, nml
lUnernt Jlualnrmi Aynt.
Off co in MaVee's Illnck, at corner Queen and Kaahu
nianu streels, Honolulu 9 y
0 J. LEVEY ft CO ,
nholtntlr nuit Hrlnll Orortrt,
Fort Strprt , Honolulu
1 reih groceries and provisions of all kinds on haml and
recened regularly from rurrpe and America which
ssill hr sold at llie lowest market rates.
Roods delnered to n pair cf the city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will V
given to the same. lia.iy
"IXTONG LEONO ft CO..
AyrnXm for Monnut Sugar, Mam Mr
And KaihiR Klce Plantation and Mill.
NuUANU SrsiliT ConNSR Marini
"pHBO. H. DAVIBS ft Co ,
(i.atu Iamon, Grkrn ft Co )
mjto, Ur anil t'ominUiton Merehnnl.
I loyd's and the 1 itenool Underw riiers.
IMlish and foreign Marinu Insurance Cumpaii)-, and
Northern Assursnce Compiny. 1
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
iMrOKTKRS ANIl DttALKRS IN
llooli, Short, FurllfhlMtr llomlt, lint;
fVfia, TrifisAa, I'aUtm.
Perfumery and Snaps, Wtllhvn Watches,
line Jewelry, etc.,
(Yirnkk Font anii MituciiSNT Strskts, Hohoiuiu
" E. WILLIAMS,
HirORlRH ANIl Dkalrr in
Wiiifui of Krrry lrtrrl)ttlon. Almo
Vjiholtlrr r ntul Jftiuufarturrr.
Furniture Wareruoms No log lort Street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. AU orders promptly
attended to. 13
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Imi'orlrr nml Itmlrr l rjenrrvil Mrr
fhmitllt. QeiKNSTRRHT ItONOI VIV
IT HACKPELDft Co.
Ilmrrnt Vommtttlon Agrnlm.
Quhin Stkibt Honolilu
Tf D. HOFPSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Itnitnrlrtt unit VommUtlan MrrrhmHti.
Honoiilu Os.uu, II. I ,
HOPP ft Co., 74 King street,
inportrrt unit JHunufitrlurrrit of Kvrry
llrtrrlptton of Jfurnltnrm.
'to -1HU I.AJIies: Trimmings, Taa.els, Gimps, Silk
Cord in esery shade-Parlor Sets reslulfeil,
covered, polished and made equal to
new. Mattresses re made and
cleaned at short
We are noted for first-class work and moderate
T-XILLINGHAM ft Co.
Imimrttrm unit llrnlrrm in Hanlwnrr, Cut
Paints ami Oils, and General Merchandise
No. 37 Fort Strekt Honolulu
A W. PBIKCE ft Lo.
.fsfji Chitmllrr nnd I'ommUtlnn Mer
chant. Honolulu, IlAtsAiiAH Island
Agents for Itrand's Guns and ltomb Lances and Per
ry llavis' Pain Killer
AITM.'G. IRWIN ft Co.
.sjsiirar f'nrturt and Vmmmlutan. Ayntm.
CLALS SrbKCKRIJt. WSI. U IHSS1N,
Honoliiu. , H. 1
P P. ADAMS,
Aurtlanrrr unit L'outmliilon Mtrchnnt,
P A. SCHAEPER ft Co.
lmiarlrr and t'oMmltilon Mrrrhunlt,
Mhrchant Strkkt . ,,,,, .Honolulu
XITILDER ft Co.
r.umhtr, I'atiiti.OU; fiulM, and HuIUIhv
Matrrlalt of rtrry kind.
Cor. For r anii Qisrn St ..Honolulu
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
J I'halographle Arllslt,
101 and 104 Fort Struct .
Pictures of all sues and kinds made lu order, and
frames oTall des.tl4lons constantly 011 hand. Also
Corals. Shells and Curiosillea of ilia Pacific. a
A LLBN ft ROBINSON,
Itraltrl It l.umbrr unit ll kind, mf llulld-
tny muirrtait, ratnit till, ull, lr.t
IIONGIULl, II I.,
AGKNtS Of SCHOONERS
Holtakola, Kulamaau. KtkanluobJ, Mary UUaii,
UUama, Pauahl and Ltahl.
At Kobiiiviii's W harf. ,
Imporlrr of UhwI HmhnHdl from
franrr. Kmland, lltrmnny and
th United Mat.
No. t) Merchant Strrkt . . Horoliili
ait and ait CALirniNta, Strut .San rssstasco.
Parllculsr allutloa paid to filling and shipping is
land orders. " .
HD C, ROWE,
tVasM mud Hlyn fmlmltr,
Psrse Hancbr, etc.
No. 107 Kinc Smir .. Honolulu
M 1 ins
I YONSft LBVllX
Aurttmnttrt and Commlfluu Mtrtkamlt,
Uavir lli-, QusiNSiisai, Honoivlv.
Sales of lumilurt. Stick, Kcal Kuale and General
ftlercnarulis Moon4lr aileiuled lo. Sa1 .,,,11. r,w
Aiuencan ana ruropeast usenrainlisa.
I I, I.VONS,
WRS. A. M. MBLLIS,
fmtkUumU Itrttt mmd Vlmmk Maker.
No. 104 KortSisset ... ., Honolui
ti W, McCHHSMRV ft SON,
lmtkr, Mid, Tu'lamf and CmumUm
Aaeni, for W Royal Soap Coopany.
No. Qvhn ttrcwr ,.,HoaifuiL
.54 Kino Strut . .Honoiilu
Imnorter of mencsn tewelrv of esers ilesrrln
lion. (Formerly ol San 1 ranciscis, Californls.) 50
f EWERS tt COOKE.
(Si vckssors to I rwrs ft l)i kson.)
Imimrtrrt nml llrnlrrt In l.iimbrr mid itlt
kind of lliilldlnu Jlnlrrlnl.
Iort SrrSKr illiiNottLi'
-s C. COLEMAN,
lllnrktmllh, Marhlliltl, furrloiir Work,
IIOMIIUIU . ,H I
Plantatltl Machinery, etc. Shoo tin Klmr Streetl
nest to Castle A ConVes. ,75 tyr
Tin, Copprr nnd fihrrt trait llarArar,
Slorti anil Manor.
of all kimlt, Humbert stork anil metait, house furnish.
log goons, cnanueiters, lamps, elc.
No. S Kaamumanu SrRfLti ., HiiNoiuru
T M. OAT ft Co.
Snllntakrr, Flag of all llrtrrliillon
madr and rrftaiml.
Honolulu H I
1ft In A F Cooke'i new fireproijf buildiuii, foot ot
Nuuanu Street. sB
I EMMBLUTH ft Co.,
Tlntnlth and I'lambrrt, llrnl, In
Storr, Itnnyi, Tin,
No. 5 NbUANL STRRRT.. . . . .HllNOlUlU
T W. GHtVIN,
f'oMsnsfaaloH 3frehanl and tlnril i)mlr
in Dry Ootid,
Wailukv, Maui H.I
Groceries Haidwaie, Stationery. Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Gltsswjre 1
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co..
Ntmam Kngtnt tlntlmr; Hxynr Mill.
t'oostr. iron, llra$ itnii l.td ttlny
JloNotutt; ,, . II, I
Machinery of every deritiou mule to tinier.
1'arili.ular attention paM to Stili'4 HUcVunlilnnj;
Job vorL 1 ecu ted on the shortest notice. 10
nnHOS. G. THRUM,
iMt-OI'Tlhf. AMU MANt rACTUMNG
sttt tinner. ' Ay tut, Vrhttrr, ttook
Ami lUjUnher of itie Satukuav I'spss.nnil Hawaii
an Alm,tmc timi Annual, MerthiM street. Ural
er in I mo Stiiioncr, Hooks. .Mumc, lovt and Ianc
Gooils. Iort (street, neir Hotel. Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHORN A Co.
imiorinrm nnd iPrntri tit ilenerttl .Wi-
c ft until.
Comer Queen nnd Kaaliuni-uiu Streets, Honolulu
OOLLHS A Co
Shtji ( ttatt'tter ami tomtnltnn Mr rebuilt
QOKHN JlTRKFT, HoNUtUll', It. I
Initorter and OPAtrrn in General Merchandise i
Carpenter ami Jlutttt.:
All kind of jobbing promull attendrd to.
Telephone No. 130, Vlliain5von' I xpr Office,
Sitor. So. 84,King Strfkt HoKoiuUf
T A1NE A Co.
Impurtert and J eater in Hay, Grain and General
1 TO 1 lire
Honolulu , H.I
B. McINTYRB & BROTHER,
Mroctry miic ttture.
Cok. King anu Fort Sts , .Honoiuiu
A L. SMITH,
Importer and Heater in Cltataivar,
Mmriden Nit re r-Mated Hare,
No. 44 Kokt SritiKr Honolulu
Kiiis Loiubirutiou Spectacle and hyeglassei.
I utral Wire Ware, 1-anc) SM.nsi, Picture Irame, Ti.
inlt. Wn.ttnhf-tm PocLet Cutler. Powder. Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, MuclnneOil, nil
kind 01 Machine iseedies J wmewic raper r atnion.
Sole agent of tlit universally acknowledged I ight
Running Dotncatlc Seeing Machine.
nnHB GBRMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, II. I,
flV P'ratt Mutton, lautbt Vouttry
tfTnnttautli on hand, rand nf rhnu i muililA' 1'otk
Sauvtces Uo'oriuji, etc., tlw on hand Our ineatt
are all cut and put up In hauern style. All order
faithful.) attended to, and delnered in any part ot the
cit), hlvp cm Hotel Street, between Union ami Kort
ireet. 40-tmj 1. KAUt'l'. rroprtetor,
Watchmaker nnd ietitelert
1 m roars r or
WAI.1HAM and allotber AmerUu WA'ICHCS,
Clock, and Jeelr,
Watck rplrix mad m Speotiility-.
AU order from the olhet UlantU promj ily attendetl to,
No. 55, Hot 1.1 hrmtiir...... Ilohou'iu. H.I,
Mrirettr itud Ommond tHefter,
N060, Nuuanu .Sthlit, llowoi.t.'r u, II. I,
(OpMHite HollUter tCti),
Particular altenttort paid lo rIrint(.
OPH ft CO..
, .....,... ......Mivo oTttisfWr
Vphttrr, Itraprs and Meair in tilt
,M(ii of rnrttuurm
rrlepluMi No, 143.
(roKUkHtr wuh boUM A co.)
WAor and ilntaU Qriert
111 Kic&rueaT Uhiihb IUruunv lAtl-
tatiill), I'UntatiiJii, and Ship btoiYt m( plied jA h(t
KMt.sT. (sicv Kijusj. uv every Krainer. 1 truer iro
he other lUr.4 faithfully n ecu ted.
'ItleptwMit Ho. n y. 17 j-iyr
Womd and Jury Turner,
Tall. Uji, llsdstead Posm llilliard lulls. Canes,
Ualuflers, Nvwels. Kou Calatshes,
andalloflr kinds of lurnliil,
tsecuted with pealnesa and dituatth,
Vhrnmiwym, idr Mmmufmetory,
No. 13 I.1UHA Strirt, . . . ,HoOlULU
fbts hcalih lavigotatiiif Uverag. U for sal. at all the
leading saloons In lha city. Orders fruM 111. drier
Islands prooipllv attend! to, ni
Ih UALANCE of tU I.KA.SK or lh IIUILtl
ING. No o. iCaaliUiaanu street, lalelv o.cutae.1 L. ilia
S4r uauar raiss rruituin Ullice, Lam( 4 or , lacx
lor fn(cvlass apjJy la
oflHOi. I). IIIHUU.
JUIfiCHIPTIONSmei.sdu al lunes for rUel.n
tusd Ualtsiblkauoosal IH(M.a. 1UKUM
r-s W. MACFARLANU Co
fmimrtera anif (.eiuinlssloN Hrrrhanlt.
(rtnnr f. )
Cor KoRTSmlQlRRN StRRRTS .t IIONOHIU
Hie r.lavow and Honolulu I.lne of PatVelt
John Has A. Id's llirrpool I Ineof Pirseli
llie Hail ifu Plantation.
'tlie S.ncer Phiuati m Hlln,
HaIiaIsii I'lanlatlon, llilo,
Mlrlees, I ait f. atson, Nicsr Coi,anr
I he Puultss Sheep Haneli DMnjuny,
pASTUP. A COOKE,
SJnfj;i,f mi, I Cnuimealn,, llrrrhilnlt,
No As KiNuSrafkr HoaotuLl
IMroRtIRS ANU tlRSIRRS IN
A Rents for
Hie Illltlicncl. A Conin.'iiilr llAnlailuii
1 ne Aiesamler ft llal twin riantstiin.
It lUUleid, or Waisliia Plnnlalioii.
A II Vnnlli A Company, Knlw Kauai
J M. .Mesamler, llailu, Maul
Ihe llailu Sugar Compan).
The K0I11U sugar ( nmusny.
llie Union Ihsitrtnrr totnuny ol San Iranirsco
I he New liiclauil I Iff fnsurame t omimny of tlostou
111. Illslo Mnnufaritinnic Couisins' of llostnu
D. M eslon's Patent t entrifiiRal Marlitnes
Uu.sNew orl and Honolulu IVclet I Ine.
Ihr Merchsnt's I Ine, Honolulu inl San Iraimscj
III. Iavnes. Son's (Vlel rall Me.l,rln.
Wllcos A tllMi's .Suner Maniifailutiiis Company
lieler & Milson's ealn Machines j iyr
f NO. O. FOWLER At Co,,
Art ;ire.or.( (0 fnrnltk I'lam and Kill
mmtr for Mtrrl
PORTA 11I.P. TKA.MWAVS,
Willi or ailhoul Cars ind 1icomollves, Specially
AIIMMKI) HmSUi.U I'lJVN TA'l IONS
Permanent RaiIwi),, and Utconotivesi and rat i, Irac
lion h limine and Rind I,nronitivefl, Steam
PlniiliH) nnd Cii!liillng Machinery, I'nrt
sshle 1-urines for ill piTfOM, Winding
I nemet or incline.
CAtnW.iei Miih llluitrntlont. Model and Plnto
Kraohi of the alxne Plant and Marlunry may lie vn
nt tlicjiITiw of the lindens lulled. V, I,. GUI I'.S and
( i. W. MACf AK1.ANI, t LO , Agent for nn l
ler 8l Co.
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
MJK Shl-IINO IN I1K1CK.
KM It HI, ItT II X till,,
No 5 Nuusnu Strrkt Honomili
Sole agents fur theso Islands llie lesl cooking ap
paraitisior ine rianlaiion. Hotel or raimly
RANflKS I'lX I tint's such as
Hot llnlrr Hnllrr, ' r
atrr Coll, V
Jrtrr Hois, Kir.,
Alwavs In stock. & u
Ksphcll ilireclnni fir sctttii up accompany esery
Ciiculars anJ t'riets on afflitathit. u-tr
T M. CROWLHY
I) M.CHOWIKV (formeilyal Hums') liatlng en.
It ml Into lusrtiirrslup ssilli IK. IIURH IIASI Ih, the
new linn vs si be known as
CROWLEY A CO.,
79 .KlNU SrRKKT,
npoite Whitman & WrihtV
fyty devrlptioiiof Furniture at lowett rate nud If
rnpiirrdon Hine Pj)ment.
PARI OR sins
in Sill, Horeli.ir, and i tl er rvmnjt,
rhoii $6.. uiu awirt,
i l(gaulcoeriii)t audtiiruiningt,
tlT tc the "IJOSION" and ' CHAI.LKNGK'
7, kisti srnKKr
iRLRrOHNK NUMBKlt, 33i,
II. J N0L'1, PKOPItlKIOK.
Pfs to announie lulils fneihlsnnd th. iublic iu aan.
eral that tlus alsise Saloon .rai!des
trout j a. si , nil 10 r m
'I he fine M
CONSTANTLY (IN HANI,
On. if llnmsiskk At flail, stelel rated
IsLoiinsyledsyllh ihelestaMisliiueul, where loves! j
AT KAMOI ANI I'ANIt,
s now Opeu dally, vslterc Kefresluuenll nuy t. liad at
all limes on short isutitt.
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