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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER exists
nmr rnilsTin r.i.irn.
Among tlio mnny piinou thing in
tlir- Kritlnli .Mnviiin I tablet of atone
vlticli In iicntlv l.noo tears old anil
ivhleh coiitHim, M rlnlmml liy Jlr,
Meorge Hmilli, n rpcnnl of llio flooil.
'lite niiricnt frtiiieiitljr ent inwrlplioiw
unci rcconld f Important event into
Mono which formed (heir (imminent
nrnl tr-miilf. Tim lirlelctniikere of A
Hjrin, I'orwln ntul Ieyit litvl their own
innrk indntml inlo the flay with the
corner o( n Imrlit lirick. A MyIii, nltrirp
fit one oihI nml Iiliuit fit the other, muds
unil enMKl liUeri in Ulk't of (soft wax.
The Itnrwm made n kind of book liy
Mmling topllier it lew mxrmerml slips
of wool, .
V nro tnneli iiiilrblnl for our Knowb
edge of the Mt In ink. lllnck ink wit
old llkn hidin ink, And iimilo from
liunplilnck ntid glue. The li-tliir, on tliu
pnpyrun or pfirelnnent nlnnd out in rn
lief. Oi'cwiloiirtlly, red nml jfrrwti ink
wero rmpIooil. I'lnjurm-H Mometlmp
ligned itl pillplii ink. Thin nni nl
Ifilned from the heimtifiil mornt, tlio
nerretioti nl flint being yellow, tlio light
ehnnging it In n rurinbln violet, Cieero
inyn thnt mi ink vft mnile from tho
liquid tthieh the cuttle Huh diseh urges
to ilnrken t' wnter, Hint it niny enenjio
when ptimind. Silver nnd gold ink
benuliflid violet p.in'litnont. It in ro
ported thnt ill Algiern tho iron nnd giilllo
uHil of two rier (low together, tho
luixtiiro forming n veritable, ink.
Nearly 11,000 yenrs ngo hlnok-lxxikii
wero printed from engrnvlngi on wood,
by tin- Chinese nnd other Kiwtern na
tion. Tlio Clilnrco Imvo no sign for n
mero Hound, but nno n y:nlil for ench
Horil, nnd tbni ntivirnl thounnnd woriln
rut in nowl wero nceectnry. Tlio dor
tniiiin claim tho credit of introducing
printing, pnH.T nml newspapers into
Enroi. Thoy curly printed plnycnrdn
mid legondn of the nint with nooden
bloukn nml plnttw, pel torn toil with novel
denigun. In thu enrly p.irt of the lit
teenth century tho block pngo wnn nop
nnitfd into letters, which permitted nny
arrangement nimilnr to tho 111, Id, U
puzzle. Thin wits a very valuable, in
vention, nnd In claimed for both John
(luttenbcrg, of Strnsbnrg, nnd Lniironri
Koitcr, ol lfnnrlein. It is oliiimed in
1 12.1, when Koster nmuncil bin children
ono dny in tho wools by cutting their
tinmen on tho lmik of tree, tlio idea
enmo of mnkiug nepnrnto block lottcrs,
nnd thus tho invention of movable typo.
Onttenburg, his apprentice, assisted by
folin Faust, nsetl ft wine press in stort
ing n printing oftire nt Meutz in 1 125.
I'oter SchoiTer, one of Outltmbcrg's
uorkmoii, lint cast motullie, typo, which
no ohcnponcil books thnt the musses
began tD buy them. Manuscript books,
which wero often tho work of n lifetime,
could bo owned only by the rich.
A punch nnd mntrix or mold is re
quired for ovory kind of metallic letter
orcharnetor employed in priming. Few
people hnvo suflluicnt skill to cut in on
the end of little pieces of soft steel tho
tliicly-proportioned lotter. When tlio
die is tluisheil nnd hardened n single.
slroVo slumps mi impression in n small
piece of eopiier, which is mndo to fit
into tho bottom of a littlo box or fruuie.
Into the top of this mold in poured
melted typo metal. This is lead, mixed
with nntimony which bunion, nnd tin
nnd a littlo copper which toughen.
When tho alloy lias cooled, tho mold,
made in two purls, opens on n bingo,
nnd out drops a new type. The grooves
in the bottom make them stand upereol,
nnd tho nick in tlio sido helps tho com
positor to tell when the typo i right
side up. The typo wrapped in papers,
ench lettor by itself, is now rendy for
snle. A font of typo, or enough for
printing, includes largo nnd small capi
t Us, small lien (more of the letter o
than any other), italics, figures and
punctuation marks, nearly 200 different
diameters in nil.
Tho sizes mostly used nro pica, small
picn, long primer, bourgeois and brevier
Client primer was formerly used in I
largest old Diblcs. Typo smaller than
the broyier is called minion, nonpaieil,
ngnto, pearl, diamond and brilliant. Last
miiomcr I purchased in London nn Ox
fiiril Bible, the smallest printed, noptniii
ing 8,600,480 letters. It is a diamond
tjpe j and is only four nnd u hnlf itiene
long, throo inches wide, and nbout K.tK
an inch thick ; the usunl size of n h"iJI
Tho smallest book over printed "ith
tyio is a microreopio edition culled
"Little Dante," which was exhibited at
tho Purls Mxhlbitiou. Its 500 tissue pages
'.ontnined the 11,323 verso ol the "Di
M"na Commedia," mid the whole volume
is only to inches long, one ami thrco
eighth Inches wide, and tlvo-eightlmof an
juoh thick. The best maguifying-gln's
was used by tho typo setter and proof
reader. The tedious work winieil live
jeurs in its completion, and rumed the
eyesight ol tho compositor, liaised type
lor the blind was itncntedbyAbbo Yalcn.
lino Hails, a Frciiclimau. IsriU Mer
nu.st.v .i.mi iiiK outt'tf.'.s i:an.i.
I have spoken nbout n.lisou'a patience
and perseverance, A fuuny story, tho
truth of which several of his fiioiuU at
Jest, has boon told mo by one of his en
thusiastic, admirers to throw into relief
these qualitiei. (laudurs, us rural full,
well know. Hog with their wings chil
dren who ow thnuiMilves disixw.sl to
iuterfero with hatching eggs. When
Kdison was a boy of 7 or S yenrs, and
rtill wearing iK'ttieouUHiyfi' clothing
Wig thought by hii peojile tin) dear, it
ws ob'ro,l by them at the farm in
Michigan, where ho won brought up,
that his bare legs wero oltou badly
beaten by the gander. He was told to
Krt'ii out of that bird', way, nud let the
geese ulotm. The uoxt spring hostilities
were again declared Ixttwivn him uud
tho gnuder. One lino morning Kdison
dUuiieitrttl. It wiuasivrUtimtl that he
took with him a store o( finvl. As ho
wassUll mitsiug at night, gre:it uueiui
ntu was felt. A search was begun next
day. The child was fouiul in u wood,
sitting dow u nnd holding out bis skirts
over sort of straw uest thnt ho had
mule ami rilled with eggs which he hail
tkou from uuiUr an Inoubsli g giHo,
He waubvl tovi whether ho eonU not
f hutch just a well astlut bird. The idea
Lad set UUu (u a lever tweho mouths
provi Jiis.y, ni.d h1 lout njt abandoned
t I u, liihisiiph ai pirei.tl whlppeil '
nn I Tolded hi'ii.
An qnalntiini e, to whom n Michigan
'atmer hud told thin curious anecdote,
went U nhsoii nnd naked whether it
was not fabulous, ''No, it is quite Irue,'
lie replied. " I was Icrnbly dl"appoint
eil ,when they pulled rne oil my nest,
nd had not the courage to try ngrtin.
Hut if I went now to hatch thoso gooxn
e"prs I should succeed. 1 hnvo more
persevemnen." Imllann inili Xewn.
l irh.. .., , .,, ,im v.
At tho elosoof thosenftion of Coiini.ns,
Mareh 4, IR'II, n stiff quarrel broke out
Between Oen. Jncknoti anil John 0. Cal
houn. It originated in thin wife : It
will 1 recollected by tlmiH who hnto
read mi nceount of (Ion. Jackson's cum
lsxign Agninst the .Seminolen in 1818 that
they were Indians who came out of Flor
ida, then tieloiigtng to .Spain, murdered
eitiens on our frontiers and committed
depredations on thrir priqierty. Tin
Kpanisb officers, instead of restraining
these Indian, furnished them with sup
plies, thus making themselves pirlics
to tho outrages perpetrated. Oen.
Jackson, believing thnt he was Author
iied by the law of nation, n secret net
of Congress, mid nu order fiom the Gov
ernment at Washington to conduct tho
campaign us ho thought lut, marched
into Florida, took pnaeion of Ht.
Murks, I'ensncolu nnd Km Augustine,
and soon put nn end to the war. Im
mediately thereafter a letter from Wash
ington was published in n Naslnlllc pa
per slating that William II. Crawford
had proposed in Monroe's Cabinet to
have flen. Jackson punished in some
form for his proeedingn in Florida, nnd
that Mr. Calhoun hud defended him.
Oen. Jackson believed this statement,
nnd tho consequence wan that he wits
very inimical to Crawford nnd very
friendly to Calhoun. At Inst Mr. Craw
lord determined to correct the false im
pression mode on Oen. Jackson's mind.
Ho wrote it letter to John Forsyth,-then
a Scnntor from (leorgin, nml asked him
to show it to Oen. Jackson. In this let
ter ho said that it was Mr. Calhoun, nnd
not himself, thnt made tho proposition
oomplninod of. This information great
ly surprised tho (lenernl nnd completely
changed his feelings townrd Mr. Cal
houn. A eoi respondenco between the
parties ensued nnd then open war. Mr.
Ciilhoun issued nn nddress to the people
of tho United States, in which ho
'barged thnt it wna n plot gotten up by
Mr. Ynn Ilurun to injure him. The evi
dence did not support the chnrgc. The
result of it all was that Mr. Yan Huron
resigned his He.it in the Cnbinet, mid
wan nt onco followed by every member
soon nppointed Minister to Spain. Ing
ham, Drnueh and llerrien were friends
to Mr. Cnlhunu, nnd, of cour-e, they
hud to go out. Vim Huron was upioiut
wl n Minister to Kuglnnil, and Eaton
fi.ivenior of Florida, Calhoun himself,
the next year, resigned the Vice Presi
dency mid "n Mioptoil Senator.
tiii: hihkic or .o.vjo.v.
Tho ditleront buildings that mnko up
what is known collectively ns tho Tower
lutvii nil lust. 'lea, mid nil bloody ones.
There is nothing hut blood connected
with it. Tho identical headsman's block
is carefully fircserved, with the nx ho
used nnd the musk he woro when on
gaged in his delightful duty. Tho nx is
shaped very like n butcher's elenver,
nud the mnik nbout tho most llendish
face that a devilish ingenuity could do
viae. Ugly nml devilish its it is, it was
probnbly mi improvement on tho fuco it
concealed. Vou aro shown tho thumb
screws nml ruck. Tho thumbscrews
would oxtort n confession fn- i n .dead
uiiin ; nnd tho rook well, that is some
thing inconceivably devilish. You are
laid in a box ; roioi on windh'sscs aro
tied to your nnkles nud hnniln; then tho
windlnsses nro turned, inch by inch, till
your jointa nrodisloontisl. After endur
ing the rack uud answering questions
the way they desired, for a man in that
apparatus would Bay anything for a mo-
iiient'n tespite, you aro hurried to tho
block for fenr you may recant ns soon us
yon get out of it. Then what wns snid
in the rack whs put upon iword ns n
testimony on which to rack nnd behead
other peoi . Thoso wero tho "good
old dujH of Merrio Uiiglaml,"
During the reign of Edward III. COO
Jews were imprisoiud in the dungeons
of tho Tower for "adulterating the coin
of tho realm." The tionble with these
Jews mi, they had to. much of tho
coin of the realm, uittl I'dwuul too little,
Tho chronicler goes on to say thnt so
strong was tho nrejudico of tho King
against these ivople thnt ho banished
the raeo from Digl.md ; but, with tho
thrift that dislingui-heil Kings of that
day, ho compelled tin in to leave liehind
them their immeuse wealth, which ho
gobbled, and their libraries, which, as
he couldn't rend, ho had no use for, and
thoy went to the monasteries. I gup.
oo he sold them by the iound to the
monks who i-otiltleail,
A largo part of the great building is
now used as a grent national armory.
Stored within its wnlU aro 1)0,000 rides,'
of the latest ttnd mn.it improved pat
terns, nil iu jku-Vct order, oveu to the
oiling, nnd rendy for uie at a moment's
notice. England is always ready for
wnr. It would bo n quick nation that
eonhl cutcli her napping. Tl.tsn mur
derous Mcnpons looked elieirful by com
parbou with tlieTarbnrous tools thu old
Ungliah used. Alter looking nt the
battle-axes nud Hulls and lauces' it would
seem to be a comfort to bo merely shot
to death Mith a Martini-Henry ritle,
Ono could (eel some sort of comfort in
going out via decent rille-ball,
Thu guards of the Tower are tlis
famous "Hoof eaters,' and aro all hab
tted in the uuifornl of tho time of Henry
VII,, who instituted the eoi(. T'lis
pn-sout loemtii nro all old soldiers, who
Imvo dittinguuhed themselves, and
Tery pleasant time they have of it.
They don't have to drug women to the
block by tho hair of iheir heads nny
more, but spend moit of their time in
standing around listlessly and eating
hnm sandwiches, which is certainly In t
tor than their ancient employment.
P H. OKD1NG,
YrtUt rCsifct, iaJ IUJ5 dcKttted Iu JTfct frtt
tl ttf(uf Hbuululu au4 tivtuliy. Careful .Ui
tenjuo U44J ouwtine Kurnuurt, ith
V.aOtN KXVKtbsLV UK IHE I'UKPOSE.
TcklwiM 60; KeJjire j luA.KUkl srvtt.
Ono., 14 Kiu Xittt. iwu
AMDUKG-MAGDEBURG FIRE IHSUR
nce Company of tlsmburr,
fliiildinf, MtrrhAndi, Furniture and Machinery
In-nrail againtt Hr on tSf moM faTorable twin. I
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
puny of Berlin.
F A SCtAEf-ER A O, AO'fi.vr
1fc a bene Inimncv Cotnpany, h4 etatI.ihtl a
Owmt1 Auenry here, arvi the umifrIiiriJ. General
Agent, arb autrmrUeJ to taVe HVi axajn-t thedangen
of th ) at th nwM reawfwM rate) am on the
mmi favnraMe ttm.
DREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
A St II AH-EK -. Afeit
n arrnu for the
Dr?Mcn Board of Underwriter.
Vienna Board of Underwriter!.
lortNe Hawaiian hbrtdt.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
A CttAEFER t, AGENTS.
I tie above t nuranc Company hx e.talimhed a Gen'
eral Agent- here, and the above ijjned,(lenen.lAgfnt,
are autliorired to take Hik azaimt the danger of th
n at the mTt rwnonable taie. and on the mot fa
HAMBORO.BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
f A SCtfAEFEf! Ct,AGKSTS
I lie above firm bating ln-en appointed agent of this
rompan) nre prepared to Inure riki ajtainst fire on
Stone ami llrtck luiMingi and on MerchAndUe stored
therein, on the mot favorable term for particular
apply at lheiroiT.ee. i
RANS.ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg'.
A flACKFELt) V Cfl.t Agtntt.
Opita. and Ke"tre . KeicVmark 6,0110,00a
tlwtr Ke Insurance Companie; " tot, 630,000
Total Keichmark 107.650.ono
I he Agent of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Ulands nrc prenirrd to iniure HtuMing Furniture,
Arerchandii ana Iroduce. Machinery, etc., alvi Snar
and Rfce MilU, and veswlt In the harlor aaimt lo
or damag by fire, on the mo.t favorable term. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of Hew York.
H ILDER & Co , AGENTS,
l,irtrtt Snfritt Ulitl mol oiiOMir I.lfr
iMtiefirirr Cmlif fit thr tt'vrtttp
CASH ASSETS OVER ?of,ooo,ooo.
Tor further Information concernlnff the Companv.
and (or rate of Insurance apply to the Agent, or to
J 1. Meman, .oiicnin Aseni !
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
H lIACltPHLD fr Cfi.t AGr.XTS.
Capital and Rere Kciclivniirk 8,830,000
" their K Insurance Companies, ' 35,003,000
I lie Agent of (tie above Company, for the Hawaiian
Idandt, are prepared to Injure lluildins, rurfmure,
Merthamlie and !roduee, Machinery, etc, alo Sugar
nnd Hice Mill, and el In the harlior, against lo
or ilairuse by me. on the 1110M favorable term. t
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
Ance Company. (Limited)
TlfEO. It DAIIES, AGKXr.
Ihe above agent ha received instruction to re
dure the rate of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ton in th Pacific, and i now prepared to iue puti
cie at the lowtM rate, with n special reductioti on
frright ;r Meamer. 1
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
JS0P& Co., AGEXTS.
I'nltutttfil Mtihttttit to .Nfr.ioMrrt.
INCOME FOR t8;0
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance .... $ 5.18J(95
Ixistes promptly adjusted and paid here. 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
auce Company of Boston.
CAXTLE & COOKE, AGRAT?
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company Iu the United States.
I'itltcle ttnurtl nn thr tnnnt t-'ttrornhtr TVpm
FXAHFLK F MtN-FOHFRITUHK H.AN ,
Injured age 35 ears ordinary life plan t
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
s Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, is '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, 17 "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 years. 46 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyears,s6 "
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $40,000
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C IJEEIl'EE fr Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. UKEWEX 6 CV..
A gents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
UNION MARINEINSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
Incorporated 187s- t
TJ W, SEVERANCE,
t6 Caufor,nia St., Cau, (Room No. 4 )
IIAWAii.iX VHSSVi. .( COVMtSHlOS
jpHARLES BREWER At Lo.
7 KILBV bTKRBT, HOST ON,
.IfJK.VT Of1 JM'.I.V VAVKKTti.
Grnrrnl CifmmiMion Ayenta.
Social attention z en to the mtrchaimc of coods for
the llawaiian trade. Prettrht at lowet rates.
ENSON, SMITH, & CO..
til anii us, FORT STRF.F.T,
tUllKlCKK A. SCIiahK-CSIEHiATHI IIOMtrOTATHtC
lltrksrer I'r rf uute, , f
tiik co Simon slnsu nursing hottli:
T A I NtJ
HAtK a lAar.it iTixw or 1H
VERY UEST HAY.IGKA1N, ETC.,
which Is offered at ihe
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
and dthrtrrd free to any pail of h city.
j't-trfir MutHit Lllr inaMffiHr To.
Comnuukwner of Deed ftht btatt of CVtftafaU.
IKLUIIIONK NO MT'.Ojttv
' JOHN NOTT,
ai run 01.11 piand nomiifr's jJaa-
SHEET IKON WORKER,
PLUMIIINO IN ALL ITS IlKANCIinS,
Artesian Well Pipr-all slzei.
Htnvcn iiimI 'TlHtijfOM..
Uncl 5am, Medallion, Rtdimoml, lip top, Vihce
riom, May, ConttM, Grant! Prij, New Rlial
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, G)r)f Queen,
Pan'y, Army Kanet, Maena China,
Illicit, Superior, Magnet, Oveola, Ala.
metla, r.cl!ie, Charter Oak,
Nin Me, Inwood and
I alinJry SloM.
GAl.WNIr.r) IPON and COI'I'KR IIOII.I.RS
FOR RANGHS, C1RANI1T. IRON WARF.,
NICKKL PI.ATKI) AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Home FuraWhing Good., all kind..
All te and grade, Lift and Force I'timp. Civern
I'umpt, fJalvanitfd Iron, Shert Copper and
Sheet Iail, Lead Pipe, Tin 1'lale
Water (,1uett Marhle tlaL
and bowU, enamelrd
CHANDHLinRS. IwVMPS AND LANTERNS
f BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale the cargo of the hail.
Just arrived, the following list of Merchandise
hlifht Ejrpre Wagon;
F.jrte union Top Vnrrlagw,
Common Wood Chaws
;Fint tiairt. $hool.
Ire Chti, Not. 1, , and 5.
T Lobttero. idUTln,
. lUanlbl ini,
Spruce PlanltSt L.
Hay Cutters No, i, s and 3,
Al. On a.
Fti hhtinka .Sent r,XoM. 7, H, tO, II, f!IV
Cenuifuftal Lln'mfA 14 Inches
Composition NaiU, iJi Irch and ch
Mauinoih Rocltn, '
Manila Cordaf, Auorted,
r'arrucr't IWlcrt, so and 15 CotU
Siiil Rope, Aontd
Aint' Shovels n
1'Wwir JfeUJ MkemlhtHtft
, afvAwnaIi Ft net WUt
- (It): Swi and WaJ
4c, c. 4c
ASTLB & COOKE,
HntOU'M , It I
Woittd call attention to their Large and
varlrd Stock of
Conrtiin(jnf the unrivalled I'arl Steel
lli iMolme Sttet Iliealcen, and Furrowing Plow, Mm
Im Steel Plow all ue I'Unet, Jr., C'iiHi
Tator, Ditl Scraper,
John Dore' QnuR Plowa,
Planter Hoe of the let maVe
DLSS'IONS' CKIXMKATCD CANE KS'IVHS
made to order. Ame Shovel and Spade,
Garden Hoes. Canal ( Harrow, (it
Hows, Volte, Chain, Feme
Sugar Milt Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, C)hndr, lard
and Keroene Oil, I'erfect
Lubricator, Plumbafto, Al-
bany Gieae. Uuvton'i and
S, and J. File, alUIesand
kind. Steam Packing. Mat
and Round India Rubber,
AibeMO and hoap Stone,
Max Packing, India Hub
ber I Ioe, ( to a Inch. Pipf
and Coupling, Nut and
Washers, nnidied, Mrhine
Bolt, all t'tie, Cold nr ed
nia.kmith', Knginerr'n and
Canenter' Hammers, Pipe
Cutter, Wiuche, 8 inch to
34 Inch, Antil, Vioe, Tub
Scraper, Grindiionei, Hest
American liar Iron and Tool
Sieel, Huilders' Hardware,
all kind nnd Mte. Hub
buck't Painta and Oil, raw
and boded. Small, Paint In
Od, in farce varictv, Dry
Paint, Utnl-er, enetian,
Ked. Ochre. .Metallic. Ac,
Whitinj, German Window
a'tfl vi'M. .fanila Hope
No. t and a Flour, No. and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices. Condensed MUk
Cocoa. SPECIALTIES: The -lire1
KroMnf Off, WrMtoti' Cvh
trtfuful MJnlnyt 14 Inch. ltublr
Sjiriug imf t'annt itrttkr just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Inp, SEC, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pump
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON COSSICNMENT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrel
Salmon, Ham, Abeto Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pipes very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanized Rooting
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Companv, Assorted: Remington Company, Family;
Wdwjn Slachines. the best assottroent to found.
and at Bottom Price.
New Goo by every arrival from England, New
' ork and San Francisco.
1 Naw Traction Engine, 8-borce pa war.
Orders from the other Ulands filled at Hen Rate and
O T I C B
MESSRS. R. MORE St CO
Kino Strpkt Hokolulii
Would beg to notify the Public that they
hae )ut received a shipment of the famous
HOUSEHOLD" SEWINCJ MACHINE
AV. Any perton wishing topurthawftewinj; machine
would do ell totmin them, ' , "" "
a number of superior
Double-bairtl Breach-loading Shot Gum,
Winchester Rifles, Kennedy Rifles
Smith 4 Wi.iou Revolver.
paper shell ; anl Sjmritmen'i General hupJie.
tV Call and t -amine our S toe L
Hatlnfi In our employ a firUlau 1-ocU and Gun
Smith, wt are prepared lo do alt kind of repauinf In a
first -cUtt manner and on vWt no ice.
Xtirhiy Mathtnw rpalrtt mI tu(Jutrl
And all kind of Iron Work made and repaired.
ATER PIPE I WATER PIPE I
WATER PIPE I
Vt have ou hand a full supply of Galtanbcd iron
JJpe, fittings al? of llrasi (kind for water and ga
roui hi lo t Irtche Uicluslvc. which will b sold at
reasonable prices, Kuinuic glvei on plan of pipe
wotk for watcrguor suara. On jiant at all lanct
MUKiur vtw. i
Hthtba, M aAalM.fa (Matblt and Enameled),
Sink. Jfrirua .Wji Hopper; Wntrr
attf, Hull fijx, l-e.i.l,
M'af lfjtet Trtt
Order In this line will receive prompt utewioa
j. B1UUI.UTH ..
J TOLLISTER & CO.,
txrtTK riir ATrr.srws or tiik
r V III A a A MWXTItV MF.IWAIASTfi
in particular, to their lare and
varied assortment of
tsvxnnomrs viutiutMEit r,
"JiHt received. Thi I acknowledged
to (Tie finest perfume In the
world. All rf one quality.
Creat sarlety of odor 1 t)te
and price, also
(all shapes and style)
and ihe Ltrtst and most complete stock of
ever kept in this Kingdom, a
large Invoice of
WASIIIM MKhtTEHKAXKAS .HVOXOK
direct from Europe, free from
sand or dirt. A cents for
PARKE DAVIS & CO'S
J. C AYLR & CO'S
llorirford's Acid Phosphate..
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
Allcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray & Lanman's Florida Water
Verba Buena Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and Manufac
facturer of the celebrated
Aijent for Wm. S. Kimball &. Co'
Vi(ii VttuUtt Fitlr,
Tofmrco ami C '
which base no rltat. Hie
largest assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
0(7K GINGER ALE & SODA WATER
lias alwajs been recogniied a the
let in the market.
isj'f lUXGKR ALE EXTRACr--
Leing manufactured from our own
AERATED WATERS in Patent or 'CniL
Stoppered boltles asdestied.
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL, 59 NUUANU Sf
RETAIL, U. FORT 4 MEKCIIAST STS
We have receUed a further consignment of
Mb$m, .Wrceee, tintMimX n. Mitrtlurry
And liase niw on harul, ready for deliver) t
One Triple-K fleet, on handsome Iron aaging, containing
1 3i41J square feet of hcatlne surface, with Pumping
Engine and discharging M out jus complete.
One Double-Effect, ha-ing 3,200 hjuare feet of ttcating
surface, with Knztne ami Montjus.
One set of Four Weston' Patent Centrifugal, with
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugal.
Ilavln Increased facilities for the manufacture of
thete iuachiie, (the, Westoti Patent, for which, n
Great llritaln ruu e spired), we art thu enabled to offer
ihem at materially reduced "pm
We have a full ajuonraint M" Centrifugal ure
linings brasses, rubber bands and bushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, each 6 in, by 11 In.
OariAers, Hat Coolers, I by 6 by s and 6 by 5 by 1.7.
One Spar Top Uoller for a by $4 In. Mill.
One Spare Sul Roller for do. do,
O.e Spar Intermediate Spur Wheel foe gearing of da
iM if O. W. MACKAKLANE Co,
DENS AND PENCILS.
niLunrs and castekurook i-ens
In all th dMraU. numUri.
Quill P.ns, SurncOTian, ComiiHrrUl ar4 Cusloju llous.
KELI AWLE. OOLD HENS.
Ctom St)loerapluc PcnsUajn and g'Ji viosiiiIrL
Pritx. 1 Fwqiuln Pr.s, hhadirui fNsu-6 .!
Eaal.'Co.'. Autoaulic PciKtss .Ad kads.
KtJ, lllu. aod GrMO P.UCIK
DIXON. FAUEKandCHQtgllEKGEK a KURTZ
iWU, No. 1 to 4. AaSR Parwils, lnii
Pucik la mu, PkIim IukS, Star. ,
Pencils plain or la sroud.
.. thu. 0. imbvm'm
MKIUNT Stmct and Ft Slit.r Stoau,
OT, MATTHEW'S MALL, SAN
Located in the beautiful village of Sin Mateo, on the
Ftabllsheil In l!6t. Fourtin tntniitftr nt homtta.
heated by Meam, ami are in cvety way arranged for the
beein Inly 14.
rther Information and catalogue, lust out,
-IITILDER A CO.,
Importer and dealer fn y
And 9tiiliUnR MterUl
of all kinds. Just received, et late arrivals, eser.i
utfe atid'we,: seiecteu rarjoe 01
Comtriitnf( all the usual itjck sires
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scanthng, Plane sut fate and rough Hoards sur
faced and rough llatten, Pickett, K us tic,
Lattice and Clapboards
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All sties, of Eastern and California make, and fo
ale In 'miantitie to suit, at low price
At,o, in Stock,
WHITE ZI.VC. PAIN r OILS.
METALLIC AN!) OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
tm latsat atylsM.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
UNION PEED CO.,
Iinporttrs Mil dMltri In
CU Hay nnd Oradi
Qi,Ma C4fk.r,a III
T.thon No. 175.
P.O. Boa 117.-
II. J. NOI.TE. PROPRIETOR.
Regs to announce to his filends and the public In een
ra! that the above Saloon 'peo Ides
rinnVCUat RaVMliaaU .
From A. M., till 10 f. M
1 he finest
rnNSTANTt.V ON IIANII.
One of rlrvnslck& lUlke'treleUated
WUUrA TaMrn .
Is connected with lh. csuLIUhroent, .here losers M
the cue un aniclruiv
AT KAriOlANI Pak
U no 'open daily, Uen K.fr.hnMni way b. had al
all limes un short notice. . ,.,.... . '
II. J. .NOLTK, Proorielor.
"HB GENUINE ARTICLE.
talma alMaa. ItMW Catafc.
Juu received from roeiland, Oiegon, by
CASTLE a COOKE
TaM Flak. Cass b rtelssst aasw a Flu. -CUoss.
"ran no vs.
sTwtdtm I'Mlhe R. R.. ft mll.s from San Francisco,
lion and aWlitr. lh' liullslinis are eslnjj, art
health and comfort of lh cadets. Irlnlty Session
Rnr ALFRED LEF. HREWF.R. M. A.,
jUTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort SlrMt, Holalt.
ItiruRTIR AND DKAtrR IM
Crir'Hf .lffnc'"""" "" " Areforin,
AGFHr ton THF
Whitc and the Lioiit-Ruisiiino Nw Hoste, Machine,
Howard .Machine Menlles, ail niniis
L'oillcell't Silk, in all colors and sires I
Uatboiir's Linen Thread, .
CltiL-. O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Mmt. Dtmtiiit's KttiaMt Cut tytr Vatlirn
D.aier in KlFlKS, '
GUM iI SmaTINO Goons,
Shot, Powoaa, Cam,
and MrTAitie Catibgs
KKttOSKXV. ST(1fKS, fl nil thrt.
Se.ina.Macliine, Locb and finn.Kiairing promptly
Importer and Dealer In
KEROSENF. FIXTURES. . , .
Chandeliers, Lamps, Pendants, liracbel Lamps;
0 Tubular, Side Tubular, Uoilin, houw.
and Police Lanterns) Nurse, Pocket, and
1 able Lampa j Globes, Chimneys, Reflectors,
Lamp Holders for sclne;mach!nee.
STOVES AND RANOFS Unci. Sara, Buck's
Patent, Richmond, " Ka Mol," P.rt, Osceola,
.lla.all Aloha Almeda Flora.
MISSISSIPPI RANOI'.-CooUne capacity or too
FRENCH RANCF.S-Kor restaurants, hotels, and
trivate residences, viilh or without hot water
WF.STENHOLMS I X I. CUTLF.RVr
A line aisorlment of Table, Desert, and Tea
Knives and Forks Carvers and Steels, with
I lain and ornamental Ivory handles also
'ockel Knives. Rarors. Shears. Uutton-hol.
and Ladies' Scissors, Bread Knives, stenuinc
French Cook Knives, Uutrher and Kilrhea
HASKETS: . ,
Indies' Wotk-sllnd Ilasket ; Office, Lunch,
Laundrvand Market ItasLets.
DOORMATS Assorted sires anil patterns.
Roeers Hrothef s' and Meriden Plating Works ;
Water and Cream Pitchers: Table, Deser,
nnd Tea Knives; Forks and Spoons, Spoon
Holders Napkin Rings, Children's alugt
Pickle and Cmet Stands, ilutt.r Uowls,
Card Receivers, Fruit Stands, Preserve
AGATE WARE :
Nickle mourned Tea Sets, in part or whole,
scry neat and desirable; plain Cooking
Utensils in large variety.
STAMPED TINWARE: .,,
Milk Pans, Pudding and plain Basins, Milk
Boilers I Rice, Jelly, and Ice cream Moulds
new patterns in Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned iron, from J pint
Toilet Pets, Toilet Stands. Water Coolers
Cake," Cash, and Knife Boxes ; Spittoons
Cuspidors, Children's Trys.
Fairbanks' Platform, Counter, ami Kitchen
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I
Moline Plows, Shovels, Spades, Hoes. Rakes,
Ricand Manure Forks, OoS, Hoe Handles,
Plow Handles and Beams.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER CUTTERS-Three sires, H
1, i$, and 2'inch cut, an A i article.
. Warranted best grades New York standard,
and carboljled, .'A, Ki '. Hi J '"ch
Hose, noriles and sprinklers, c
PLUMBER AND TINSMITHS" MATERIAL
Sheet Lead, a lo 14 lbs. atluar. foot ; Soil Pip.
leail and cast iron: Water Closets, Cases
Sheet Tin ; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
14 to 60 01. ; Hose Bibbs, Rosin; Sinks,
black and ename'ed : ditto Washsunds ,
Sheet Zinc ; Soft Solder, out; own make,
GALVANIZED IRON 1PE U 10 . Inch; elbows
T reducers, plugs, bushing.
PI PC VICES, take X to 3 inch pipe J stocks and dies,
cuts H to t Inch pipe.
BIRD CAGES Largest variety In market, painted
bright, an 1 brats wire.
BABY CARRIAGES. Hoys' WhxlbarroM and Co
Hall's justly-celebrated Fir. and Burglar proof
Safes. We keep in stock lh. largest assort
ment of Safes to be found west ofCabfoniia.
Cuts mailed upon application.
GELETI-S ICE MACHINES:.
Just the thing for use on plantations what,
steam Is available. Small six. makes 1. Hm.
ice in four hours ; second siec, yolbs. In ssvsn
hours. Cuts, with full dinctfon for working,
mailed to your address on application. W
are authorised' la deliver tries, machines
along-lit. at makers' prices adding only cot
ol packingascs and freights.
CUSIOM WORK of alt kinds In tin, copper, and
shcektron working attended to. VVork.shop
over store. Work executed by coospcuat
workmen at reasonable prices,
BEAVER BLOCK, FORT STREET.
"Nimble sis pence better than slow shilling" end
eT DONT FORGET IT. . 15011-
FAsaa's A-soarau P.KHotDiis.
FAHER'S ANTI- NERVOUS PENHOLDERS,
Rubber Holders, Cork HoUers, Ivory ood Ebony
Holders gold mounud. Ivory otvd Bow' a,
Folders and Paper Cutters, FaW Tables
. Erasers, Denlson's Velvet Erasers,
Crystal Rubber, Rubber in wood
pencil ehap. 1 numb Tacks,
Pencil Protectors, Rubber
Bond, of various
, suss, etc., MCVj
For Hnt nt THO. r?. XmMVmVI '
MaeciiANTStetxr ax" Von Sramr Sicim.
SQUARE TO A CENT,
THK HKAHItS Uf UVH ttWMMM.
W da btttlatw oei otrlclyrtlfliln, ,.
a ra. talj a taasl rasiait u a atoal. '
THK fKMCKNTAQK ONLY in ABBKB
TO THK C0MT Of THK 0OOJM. '
oe.tr 4vlata fraal Us. prica
pwao cssiliMira. ',
OUR MOTTO I
"A tluU of rive yean con buy as chaa as a man of
.sperieacc." Is fallbfuMf WsariiW..,
Mak. no ratslak. 1m. th. mrm of
, CHHlt tti.,
at aaa a Part I
g ". 'n
UTTgWIClCt CUT MtsJtp
A Msr supply of UteM .style, f ataisia4-sja -
, 4' .1 I ... . . .
oca wonia w. Ksr saw at Mav Mp