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SAH 'KDAY I'KlvSS,
.AiiRliAY OCTOBER II, 1M4
, Ti I'fe Mnl tT-itn'l ralm. I
.SH Mid t'allj were Rolng to Mr. I
riume'rt t jmihI tlto Afternoon aiiil Uko 1
" Irlmiw hll Iut mince pl for
upper," ltl Nell, ti IIipj walked along
Uif lirutl, frown roail. I
I do Imp.' '" wiH." "-'nl I'ntty.
"Him intae the nlcs.it rulnco pirns I crer ,
w in all my lit." Pally wm 7 jean
"Sihtlm1 mil plumm, ami ulnnja
jiicml Jllt light I ' ruliltvl N'ell.
" Whan I k1 rurrlJ," mid Patty,
" I'm going lo ho Mr Htimo uliow
run how to nuVr tnuioe pips jmt liko
1 n. Won't my htubauii Im tilmwtexl 1"
NVII nns.lt an frrand out Into th kit
i li n for a drink of water wliou Mr.
II i ..in wan getting rinplwr, nrnl "ho a
ths mlnw pi utrtiiilini; in the edgo of
l)n own to witrni, bud could smoll i
s, i -j rirlimw.
Coming Imi'k Into tlionltting-rooni n'la
pie VM littla no.1, which said plain
It t" l'alty, "Tho raincw-plo ipiMtion in
II tight, " hut which mid nothing nt n)
to the ik?1h! teitclier uliosal thcru tank
7 liny wit nt rapper, and tho pio wits
pasil first to tho toucher, who re
"How could Mio ? " thought both girU
Tliwi to Orandma II urn o, who novo?
sto m I u cm piontnight, nndthcntothcl
di.jp boys, who both ahook thoir hen !.
i'nlty wit HPit. I'.Hir Patty I Hor
could alio dare to tnls tho llrst pircn
horn that Ix-aiiliul pi whrn her mother
Jii-l Ji.rgvl lur orr and ornr luratn
nijrir to apju'ar gTepdy at tho table,
peclally own', from homr.
5cll full rry mfe, because Patty'
turn came lixforn liors, and alio was mire
Putty couldn't refine. Hut Putty nalil,
" No, I think yon," and nolody but
Kelt ilieamotl how hard it wa. for her to
Nill knew by sad experience for alio
hi 1 to any it next. Him didn't dare to
Wiko the Tittpleco either. Then Mr.
rttmi refu-ed it and Mrs. Hume sat it
" How you do nil alight my ininco
pie," alio laughed, good naturedly, "and
I nil 1ml it I got an oxtia goM hit on
Ilium lliti time. Well, try sonio custard,
8 1 tho euitard pio went round, nml
rYrylio,ty took n piece, lint it wasn't n
bit better than tho girl had nt home,
lint hardly M good limy thought. Some
thing had taken off their appetite.
'Tatty," wiM Nell, a they walked
home, " T think jou acttd real mean
about that pie, Wliy didn't you take a
pi co? Yon know I wauted one."
"Well, li; didn't you tnko oue,
then?" naked I'nlty.
Itut N'ell didn't nniwor.
Ihe lint f onrenttnn A I able.
A fox who found hard picking in noer
tnin neighborhood one day visited a. far
tner'ti dog, and Raid :
"I hnvo lately undergone a change ol
heart, and I wiah you to make known
tho faol to your maator'a fowls. They
treat mo if I wai a murderer, and it
really burti my fcoling to sou them hur
ry into the coop nt unaot. The farmer,
too, scemi to dUtrunt me, for ho hat
made the coop to tight that X cannot
tind a tingle knothole. What sort of n
way in that to treat a fox, who 11 doing
hi be-tt to cam an hoiiot INing ? "
" I prtwume you Mould like to ntnto
your CM9 to the fowls in person ?" ob
erred the dog.
"That it that' the tery idea," r
Mr. tk lox. "Say to them that I
Uould like to meet them in convention
nnJer thi tree to-morrow at noon. I
wtU thou explain my feelings toward
tkem, and trust that tho fox and the
towla will koreaftcr Hto in the grej-it
harmony. Indeed, the only difforenco
betweon m is tho fact that I linono
wings, and thoy shouldn't hold dij in
Miapicion on that nccount."
Tho dog agreed to act as mediator,
and. at noon next day the fox crept care
fully through tho weeds to the ruudez
Tons aaid crouched down to await tho
ooming of the fowls. There was pres
ently heard a great whirr and clatter,
anil two-scuro lions alighted in tho
tranche of tho tre-e over'the fox.
" iho convention will now proceed to
bniinons," aiid an old hen, u aha peered
down upon tho fax.
" Just to," grinned the fox. " I'leaso
eomo down and wo will proceed."
"Thanks ; but if it's all tho aauie to
you we'd rather you'd come up hore,"
replied the lies.
" Dut I oau't lly."
"And ws are poor ruunera."
Tlie fox not being able to dy up, and
the hens refusing to lly down, tho for
mer was skulking off, when ho mot the
dog, who said j
"My friend, the dilTeronee between
undergoing n change of heart and desir
ing to undorgo a chnngn of diet and po
rtion is o obsouro that many peoplo
nom atop to flsli for it. Aa a tox you
wero respected for your canning j ns a
lijlHWto urcn tho old hous doepUo
.In OM .Mury.
Here's n tory iiomobody'i grandma
nied to tell a groat many years ago,
A cat co lght a rut und bit off its tail.
Then tho cA concluded alio didu't enro
about eating him, and ao let him go;
but, just to plagn him, ihe'wouldu't
giro him bock bis lull
The rat m aahauiod to go back homo
without It, and In-gged and U'gged her
Uigueitup. "Woll," alio wdd, dual
ly, "If you'll go lo the cow and get mo
omo milk, i ti give you your inn.- i
Bo tho rat weut to the cow and s.i.l,
hnmbly, " Please, cow, givo wo milk.
I give cat milk ; cat givo me back my
gul long Uil again,"
"I'llghe you aome milk," aaidUho
cow, "if jott'll go to ttu baru amltgel
nfls omo Uj." "
Then the rat went to the biru and
aid, " I'luase, baru, give me some hay.
I giro cow hay ; cow gho mo milk; I
give cat milk; cat give mo back my
' nmt Iouk tail ajii"
Am AtViotaj man paid $'i00toramal
tour, Itt a cur bitu him im au vxperi
inuiit, and died in six wwlu for a fact.
. Atory f if V'irtrrff.
" I ahin'l I" shnoke.1 Lou.
"I shall !' ahnekett Jule.
"Then I won't play," aaid Ixm, with
an angry pout, "and you are Iho mean
eel (flrl that over litrd, o (hero 1"
A window slid eottly up eomowhern
liehlml the honeysuckles.
" Children," called grandmamma,
" como here a moment."
They oboywl, shamofnet'dly enough,
arniiduianiini, denr, gentle granduinm
ma, hail only since Uncle Charlie's death
comu to Hvo at the farm, and tho girls,
though they had lenrtied to love, her
very dearly, Mood n bltlo lu no of her.
JJut they went straight in nnd ate)ipel
one to c'ther aide of her high-backed
"Well," wild gmndinanunn, kindly,
" I inaiit to play keep atoro," volun
" Aud I wanted lo piny house," Raid
(Iraudmn smiled, nnd closed a wrin
kled hand oer the small brown ono on
eiich chair arm.
" And so you quarreled," she said.
" Wonld jou like n llltto atory ? "
" Oh, ye'm I " eriiil Lou nnd .Jillo ex
actly together, and then they hooked
their little lingers nliutc grandmn'ina's
1 ad nnd wished. What makes girla al
wr.dothal, I wonder? Hoys never do.
" A long lime ago," began gnmdmn
i!i. "thro lived in far-nwny I'nglalid
two maiden sisters. They were all nlotio
'li tho world nnd ery wealthy J ns timo
went on, nnd. they gro'T gray nnd
nrmkled with years, thoy begun to think
nf denlh will ofwh.it they would do with
"At length ihey decided to build a
hiirch of solid Kto-ie, which might en
dure for centum-" "i d it M llm name nml
fimoof tho Orme sisters to fuliiro gen
erntious. Tho ntono wns ipiarried nnd
tho buildors enme. Then nhethcr toner
or apiro ahould adorn their church, thn
siskrs could not ngrec,
" They nrnngled nnd nrgued for dais
and month noitlier noiilil yield, nnd
in tho end e.ieh had her niiy. The
loner und spiro oro erected aido by
"There thoy atnnd through storm
and shine ns thoy hnve stood for nges j
tho aqnuro, Btroug tower nnd tho slender
tnperiug spire n quirrel fixed in stone.
And tho story of theso two stubborn
sisters" is told to strangers who visit tho
place oier nnd oier ngnin."
Grandmamma paused. Lou and Julo
looked ncross into each other's ojes and
" Wereu't they funny ? " said Lou.
" We'll play store if you'd rather, Jule."
"Aud then we'll play house," said
So the sun shono again. But they lost
the wish; for, you know, if ono sjieaks
before ono is asked the question, tho
charm is brokon.
Tttr Jltilr tlutrkrf Hint thf Jtiijnr.
Mnj. Sanger, who is known in mili
lry slang as n "bantam," was return
ing oue day from Iiismnrck to Tort Lin
coln, and tho ambulance in which he
wmi riding was delayed by a team and
wagou drireii by ono of the class known
as mule-wlinckcrs. The driver of the
ambulance; nnd tho raulo-whaeker got
into a wordy nltcrcation, and Maj. San
ger got very indignant nt whnt ho bo
lleiod to be impertineut langungo nnd
unwarranted interference in his journoy.
IIo jnmpcd from tho ambulance, a Tom
Thumb in size, but a Goliath in fury,
and exclaimed :
"Get that wagon out of the ."
Tho mule-whacker looked . him
quizzically and asked :
"Who the devil are you ?"
"I am Maj. Sanger, of the army, sir,
and I want jou to get that wagon out ot
The muU-whacker ejected a mouthful
of tobacco into tho roid nnd remarked :
"Do you know what I will do with
you, Maj. Sanger, of tho army, sir, i
you don't make lens noise with your
" What will yon do?" inquired the
Major, looking aa largo and fierce aa
." I'll act a mouse-trap nnd catch you,
Maj. Singor, of tho army, air, and give
von to my puppy to play with."
aarril 6j mi Offing oittanff,
A noblemau had a favoriio monkey,
a lnrgo ornug-outanj;, which you know
is tlialargcst species of monkey except
tho gorilla. This monkey was very
much attached to his master aud to tho
btby boy, who was the pet of the whole
f imily. Oue dsy suddenly a fire broko
out in the house, and everyliody was
running heio and there to put it out,
while the little boy in his nursery was
nlmot forgotten; and when thoy
thotighfof him the staircase was all in
ll.unef. What could be done ? As they
wero looking up and wondering, a large,
hairy hund and arm opuned the window,
nnd presently the monkey uppeared with
the baliy iu his arms, and carefully
climlied down over tho porch and
brought tho child safely to it nurse.
Nobody else could hnve dope it, for a
man cannot climb like a monkey, and is
not nearly so strong. You may imagine
how tho faithful creature won praised
mid petted after Hint. This is a true
story, aud the child who was suied was
theyougg Marquis of Kildare. Citf
Ar.i-x.isiir.il the Urkvt ouco degraded
nn olllccr of distinction by removing him
to an inferior tituitiou. IIo soma timo
after naked the otlloer how he liked liU
new olllce, "It is not the station," re
plied tho officer, "which ghos conso
quonco to thn mau, but the mau to tho
atation. No situation can bo no trilling
us not Jo require w idom aud virtue in
tho lkformnueo of Us diiliea." Iho
lUonarflrtlfAjio pUned with hia auswer
"tlwl htimmeiliiAnlriestoreil tho ofllcor
lo ins wpijransv -
Tulr4Ui.vii A if oiKjrter intcn low el
tho piijjriJJtiiTOarlwhcido weight Is
i j'. ...
TM ionuiwviK,u onkcu, "Do you
still claim to bo the. Urgent fat woman
in the world?'' she frigidly nplicd j
"Kxcqio mo, ir, but I do not recognize
the title. 1 am snid to be the largest
large 1 .dy' on exhibiti-m."
Kosi trifle -with God and make port
of sin ao much u those whoso way of
livings loterfer with their prayers; who
pray jwrhapt for iobrUty and wait daily
lor an aniwti to that prjr at a merry
uieelicf or Ultra.
Tttr lfrri(r fitttfflH i
As fir tho Hussinns being " barbari
an, ' and to a great extent incurably
barbnrrms, that is a position susceptibU
of a grrftt deal of argument from many
pofnta of i iew. The most familiar, most
xl cnplnndum, and perhaps Ihe mist
nnjut th ry is lint even tho better
educated and refined of llnssians aro at
th l"t only eotiled wilh n thin v neor
of oil itiatMUi. Thn gret master of
einienl terwnrim iu expression, I'sincn
Ilismarek, has lont the immeiiso weight
of his celebrity and his 'repute for far
n aching n$uvity In judging Ihe charac
ter of mankind to the " veneering" and
" barlwriun" hypothesis in his f tmiius
dletmii : "The Huaslnu is a capital fob
Ion till he lucks his shirt in." To tin
dirstand Ihe tremendous force of this
merciless resume of (ho Mu'covile chnr
aeter one must have lived in Itussin.
hn Ivminvich tho moujik cnsiint,
ilroschky-driier, mechanic, jiorler, la
liorer, or wlint notwears his shirt
usimlly 4 rel cotton one owtsids his
olher gnrutinls. All tboe familiar w th
Ilusaiuii humanity kuw Ivnn Ivnnovieh
to bo, on tho whole, "capital fellow."
He is frank, brme, generous, affection
alo nnd docile. IIo is n fsrvont devotee
of the grossly idolatrous rites of th
ltusso-Oreok Church which omo Angli
can ritunlisls nro iusnno enourh to think
can, without much difllculty, bo brought
into communion with tho Church of En
gland. Ho is grossly ignorant; lint he
has tho most reverence for tho ofllccs of '
tho church, nnd does notthiuk Iho woraa
of his I'ojhi or priest when, in his vil
lago, hois occasionally called upon to
assist in carrying home from the dram
shop tho ccoleslastiu dead drunk, on a
stretcher. Ivan himself gels tipsy when
ever he hns tho chnnco of doing so ; but
he is the best natural of sots, and too
much beer or lodkn scarcely ever make
him riotous or pugnacious. Inebriety
rather incites him to the shedding of
maudlin tears, or to nil eicfj of piety
in expectorating to tho right nuil left in
order to exorcise tho dovil.
Truthful ho can scarcely be said to be.
Ho has been too recently asluietobe
able to understand tho moral culpability
of telling n lie, but ho is passing honest.
IIw is, in lino", " good wood," capable of
being seasoned und fashioned to many
uieful purposes, nnd he is in particular
industrious, patient and submiiiie. II
is tint very mventiie, but he has a cur
iously strong imitative faculty, almost
Ckilieso iu its concentration aud labor
ious fidelity lo tho thing to be imltntud.
Thencn ho can bo taught to ba on nd--liriblo
cabinet-maker, an iuhiyer, an
ennmolist, a pottery-painter, nnd a
worker in motals. Similarly, his woman
kiud are tho most skillful of embroider
ers. IIo is cry domesticated, and very
fond of his children, although ho occ.i
sioually thrashes his wife. Of strong
liquor, ns I havo. hinted, ho is passion
ately fund; otherwise ho is coutcnl to
Hvo on tho simplest and coarsest fare.
Wlnto bread he seldom tastes; "brick
tea" is, nfler corn brandy, his favonts
bevernge; half-pickled ogurtsi, or dwarf
cucumbers, entor lnrgely into his diet,
and, with bud drainage, help to give him
typhus aud tho cholera ; and he can
sleep anywhere tho top of a stove U
his moat elioseu resting-place quito in
diff i nt ns to bed-clothes. There is no
tinier soldier than Ivnulvnnoiieh when
liu is drawn for the conscription, nnd
erupt nnd shaven, nnd put into a hodduu
,jniy gaberdine, with a spikod helmet on
his head nnd n riflo iu his baud. Dres
him up in n gaudy livery, powder hi
ho id, nnd put silken hoso on his Ag
cslies, und ho will make as stalwart und
a obodiont n lackoy. Put him on the
'ox of n drosehky, a sledge or a carriage,
.counter him in a blue caftan, with a
jash round .his waist and a fur oap on
his head, and let him hold the reins
squarely, and he will drive you through
tho suowy " perspectives" of St. Peter-'
burg for hours and hours aye, and wait
iinmuiinuringly outside the house where
you aro visiting, or tho restaurant f
which you are dining, say from 8 iu tU
cvtiiing until 2 or 3 in Lh mornir;.
Iht King (iiul (lit Mllltr.
Near Sans Souci, tho favorito roti
douco of Frederic the Groat, there wa n
mill, which much interfered with the
view from th palnco. One day the
King sent to inquire what tho owner
would take for tho mill, and the unex
pected reply cimo that Ihe miller would
not sell it for nuy money. Tho King,
much iticonad, gnvo orders that tho mill
should bo pulled down. Tho miller
made no rcsistnnco, but, folding his
arms, quietly remarked;
"The King may d this, but there are
laws in Prussia."
Aud bo took legal proceedings, the
mult of which was that tho King had
to rebuild o mill aud to pay a good
aim of money beside iu compensation.
Although his Majesty was much cha
grined tit this end to tho matter, he put
tho best fnco bo could upon it, and turn
ing to hia courtiers ho remarked :
"I am glad to sco that thoro aro just
laws and upright Judges in my king
dom." A sequel to this incident occurred
about forty years ngo. A desceudaut
of the miller of whom wo havu just been
talking had comu into possession of tho
Aftor hnviug struggled for several
years ngaiust mcr-increasiug poverty,
aud being at longth quito unable to
keep on lu his huiue.s, he wrote to the
Xing of l'ruibia, reminding him of tho
incident we havo jutt related, aud stat
ing that if h(s Majesty felt so disposed,
he should be ory thankful, iu his pres
ent difllculty, lo sell the mill. Tho Kiug
wrotu the followmg ropty with lit own
Mr Una Nrjuunot I tunoot allow yon to
ill tbo null. It mint lUijt tg In jour pot.
Mwiou a king one moiuUr of your fmiH
aiU, for it Ulon(t to (tie hitler; of Prunl.
I 'regret, lieir, to Lu you sr la such
IrtUtnvil circuimtiticix, in thtrfor teal
;m L.rowlth 1S,0, In la lap tbt l( rutr
ot loin mt lc lu nloilti joat fortune.
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rested by lawyer on the witness itand,
j agitating the question of a law to
piotcct witnease from insults of coun
sel, lie propose that when any sub
ject sQrcting a witness' reputatiuu shall
bo opened iu cross-exaralnatiou, he shall
U privileged to make a full explanation
of the matter, regardless o! it reU-vanoy,
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THE COMMON StWSE NURSING WrUX,
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AINU & CO
IMVK A KJHtuX ITtKlv' or THB
VERY BEST HAY, GRAIN,, ETC.
hUh U orTered al tit
LOWEST MARKET HAJES. - "
and UUtr4 frreiauir irtnf the cUy
A;ut tjt iH
iVirfIr Jltitmtt Lift IftMttrUHcr C.
U Cal.fartili. V
Ag.uU for in HOOVER TCI.kriinNIV
Cosbnuanloncr of tHcds fortius N ale 01 Calieos nia.
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TELhlHONF, NO i,mh
AT rllK 01.11 STAND. NUMIIUI I KAA-
SltKGT IRON WORKER,
I'l.UMHING IN ALL ITS IIKANCIU;S.
Artesian Well Pipe-all sizes.
Htov(!H mill Itaiitr;,
Medallion, Klclimond, Tiptop, Palace.
flora, Ma), Contest, Orand I'riie, New Rival
Opera, Derhy, Wren, Dolly, ()piy, Queen,
I'ansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charta,
lluck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
meda, Ecliisc, Charter Oak,
Nin Lie, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IPON and COPPER UOII.LRS
(OR RANGES, ORANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
House FurnUlillaB Good, all kind.
Ail sires and grades, Lift and Force Pumps Cistern
Pumps, Galvanircd Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate
Water Closets, Marble slabs
and bouts, enameled
CHANDELIERS. LAMPS' AND LANTERNS
BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale the cargo of the bark
"MA11THA 1)A VIS,"
Just armed, the fotlowing list of Merchandise
Ox Curt 1,
l.lultt KxprrtM Wagon;
Kxtentlon Top Carriage!,
Common Wood Chairs
Pine Uarrl Shooks.
' Uc Chests, Nos. 9, 3, and 3.
v Hoe Handles,
i . Lobsters, idb. Tins,
Ileaiis, lb. Tins,
1 Spruce PUnU.
t and 3.
'ilfr''Aa'.Vrsfr, -Voa. 7,11, tO, II, tll-li
Leather lMting, '
Centrifugal Linings, 14 Inches,
Coinpotil ton Nails, i)i inch and i ch
Manila Cordage, Assorted,
0 Excelsior Mattresses,
Ralv, rence Staples,
Tanner's ttsiders, ao and t Coils
Sisal Rope, Assorted
Ash I Links,
Xrllotif Mttal Hheutklng,
AuwtUsI Feac Woe
Calv. Straws and Wsuhe
tic, eK., 4c
SASTLB A COOKE,
Honours', tt I
Would call attention lo their Luge and
vttied Stock of
Consisting of the unrivalled Parts Steel
The Molme Steel ItreaVers, and Furrowing Plo, M,s
line bteel I'lovss all siies Planet, Jr , Culll-
valors, Dut Scrapers,
John Deera'a GnnR Plow,
I'lanters' Hoes of the best mates
DISSTONS' CEI.F.IIRATED CANE KNIVJS
made lo order, Ames' Shovels and Spades,
Garden lines. Canal Harrows, Us
Hows, Yokes, Chains rence
Sugar Mill Requirement.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cjlinder. Lard
and Kerosene" Oil, Perfect
ban Grease, Disslon's and
b and J, files, all sires and
kinds. Steam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber,
Asbestos and boap btone,
Mil Packing, fndia Rub
bet llose.Ji toainch. Pipe,
and Couplings, Nuts and '
Washers finished. Machine
Hotts, all sires, Cold pressed
blacksmith's, Engineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutlers, Winches, 8 inch lo
H inch, Anvils, Vices, 1ul
Scrar, Grindstones, Itest
bteel, Builders' Hardware,
all kinds and st)!e. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and boiled, bin-ill Paints in
Oil, in large varietj. Dry
Paints, umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic. &c,
Wnilinjr, German Window
ass'td sires, Manila Rope
1. s and a Flour, No. s and a R
ushed Susrar. China and JaoanTi
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobster
Finest Table Fruits from the Factor;
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-The I'at
arr Krronrnr Oil, ttrnton' Cen
trifugal Lining; 14 Inch, ltultber
Spring antl t'rtir llrnke just at
haud.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack.
Ing, &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses. I rrlgatlng ft Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
Al.40 ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, llarley. Potatoes, barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Rollers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, rence Wire
and Staples, Galvanised Roofing1
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Compans, Assorted: Remington Company, bamil);
Wilson Machines, the best assortment to be found,
and at llottotn Prices.
by every arrival from England, New
ork and San Francisco.
1 Now Traction Engl, 8-korM powar.
Orders from the other Islands filled at licit Rates and
with dispatch -
OT I C E
MESSRS. R. MORE CO.1
KlNQ &TKUT..., ...IIONOLIILU
Would beg to notify the Public Ihat they
have ust received a shipment of Ihe famous
' HOUSEHOLD " SEWINO MACHINE.
W Any person wishing topurvhas a sewing machine
wouia uo wen so examine snera.
a number of suiertor
Double-barrel Breach-loading Shot Guns,
Winchester Rile. Kennedy Rifles
Smith ft WUson Revolvers.
A full assortment of CAKTRIDOtS, Uau and
paper slsell J and iMlsmn't General Supplies.
Sf Call and eaandne our Stock I
Having In our employ a firsl -class Ik anj Gun
Smilli, are peearcd lodsl all kinds of repaulng in a
first-class manner and on short not Ice.
Heu-lng Marklnet rrpulrttl anil aitfJualVif
And all kinds of Iron Work mad and repaired.
ATER PIPE I WATER PIPE!
WATER PIPE I
Wf have on harsd a full supply of Galvarilied Iron
pipe, rulings also of Hrasa lloojsi tor water and gas
trom a to inches inclusive, wcucn win m sm as
reasonable prices. Lulmate given ui plans 0 pipe
work for walcr, gas or steam. Ou hand at alt times
Sarulay Goods as follows I ,
Mink; Jefaryur Mli Uupfrrt, Wtr
Civet; Soil Vlpe, trail,
H'atte I'ly, Trmff,
Oiderl ia this lis will races) ve proaipt aintkia.
I Nvvaiii; ! 4 UtKsuar Srs.
PT. MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
Loeated In Ihe beautiful village of San Mateo, on ihe
Fslablished in 1865. rnwteen Instructors of reputa.
healed by steam, and are in every way arranged for the
t-egins July 14.
For further Information antl catalogue, us out,
OLLISTER & CO.,
ixriTE rur attkxtiux of niK
rvni.io ,t coirxrnr mhiimas'th
in particular, to their large and
varied asssortmenl of
Luxniioitws PKiiruMiut r,
Just receised. Tins Is acknowledged
to be the finest perfume tn ihe
world. All of onerjuaht),
Great variety uf odors st)les
and prices, also
(all shapes and style)
and the largest and most complete stock of
ever kept in this Kingdom. A
large invoice of
ITASUKl) MUDITRKKAXEAX HVOXHK
direct from Europe, free from
sand or dirt. Agents fur
PARKE DAVIS ok CO'S
J. C AYER At GO'S
llorseford's Acid Phosphate,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup
AUcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray & Lanman's Florida Water
Verba Buena Bitters.
TT OLLISTER & CO.,
arc alto Proprietor! and Mnufc
facturcrs of the celebrate J
Agents for n. S. KtmLall & Co'
VfifrTciNf Vttnity h'ttlr,
Tobiteca ttmt Ctytitftte
which have no tlvalt. the
largest assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OVA GINGER ALE & SODA WATER
has always been reoognired as
best In the market.
OtA1 alXC.KK ALK RXTRACT
being manufacttu-ed from our own
prlvale formula In
New York. .
AERATED WATERS In Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL", j, NUUANU ST
RETAIU Co. FORT a MERCHANT STS
We have received a further consignment of
Jfeaar. Jl(rrr,l HmIioii C. JfiflMr
And have now on hand, ready for delivery 1
On T riple Effect, on handsome Iron staging, containing
j,,)5 suarc feet of lieatlng surface, wilh Pumping
Engine and discharging Monljus, complete.
One DouU.Etfrst, laving i.eyo aquar feel of heating
surface, with Engine and Monljus.
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, wild
Engine and Mlael.
One set of 'I WO WesJon'e Patent Cerdilfugals.
Ilavln Inaease4 faclule for the manufacture U
these machines, (lb Weston Patent, for tkkkk, 11
Great Hrlum has e spiled), we are thus .nailed lo otter
them al materially reduced prices.
W have fall aesoctmanl of Ccmrifigal spares-
linings, brasses, rubber Land and lushes, sic,
Two Diagonal Engines, ex. 6 In. by II tn.
Ctanneis, Hal CoJ.rs, I by 4by and by j by 1.7,
One Spare Top Roller for 6 by s tu. Mill.
Oue Spare, Side Roller fee do. do.
One Spars Irsurawsliat Spur Wheel fc f earns) U ia.
itt-U 0. W. MACFAssLANK Co. 1
roit no vs.
Southern I'arlhe K. R.,t I miles from San Francisco,
lion and ability. Ihe buildings are eslnelve, are
health ami comfort of Ihe cadets. Trinity Session
Rv. ALFRED LEE I1RI.WFR, M. A.,
117ILPHR A CO.,
Imiiottft. ami tlealrt
Antl BnllitlMir Mntnrlnl
of all kinds, Just rrretve.l, et late arrivals, sever
large and well selected cargoes of
comprising all the usual stock sires
In Scantling, Timber,
Flanks and Board.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scant line, Plane tur face and rouih Hoardi iur
faced and routfli Hatlenf. Picket!, Kilttie,
LaitTct and Clapboard
DOORS, SsASH AND BLINDS
All siiet, of KaMern and California make, and for
sale In quantities to ftuit. at tow price.
Ai-so, in Stock.
WHITE ZINC PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
la latent (tylex.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
UNION FEED CO.,
Importers and dealers In
Ceil. II ay ami fltalu
Goods promt1y delivered.-
Qweee 4 IJImurk Sla
Telephone No, 175,
1 P. O. Boa ;.
QEAVER SALOON, .
II, J. NOLTE, 1-KoVkIETOK,
tlegs lo announce to his friend and the public til gen
eral thai lh above Saloon provide 4
rint-OUaa RisVuan U
From j a. tt., tilt 10 r. m
Clears. Pines -t
. Sasotur' SsussfatM
One of XiutiiakkrV Ualke'scelebrated
Is conecie4 with tls cstaUUtuieiii, where lover os
tilt cue can arluipale.
T Kanoi.HI PK
Is now open dally, where RefrekhiMUIs way be kad al
all times on short uolke, " ,
II. J, NOLTE, Proprietor,
COLUUUIA K1VEK 6ALM0N
J a a nceived fisw Pueltand,' Orsvjou, ky
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CASTLE COOKE) r
Ta PUk tt at fssMast aaa H sMtaksfla-