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' The rti Jit n still jxunj? m 1 Ximi. i
the rcwapnpr reporter Bt mulimjil Ju-t
about one ycnr ttgo, Rlnnr ing at lie nickel
plntl nhsrm clock which rmtcl upon ha
ma&teJptecw partly obecTjrotl by numcrotii
totucco Jdr", loiig-dWmmctl plpm, match
boxn. Ink bcttl and similar elegant Lrli n
trac I will go ilown to Scvnpapi'r row rind
tf If pri Imnr th( rrmikt livc hrotiitLit ran
sny checks nlon with th tnrunl llnwtiirc cf
trJtnen bills lw thi- nftentoon."
Xlmlnr-e mwi,itentlr ntlfrrrl lilrmflf In hi
hot ami wnlklng-ntlrk, and (ami forth Into
th lnmp-Iit tni'tn of th Rrnt irhslropoll.
and, deeldlnetlmt n Tblrtl nvmiiie trret-fr,
nhwe rout" lay through thu Itowory would
j roT the moat Imwweilng nell n the
qulckrst method of rrarhln tli city hull, ho
wtndcd LI lcji trrsnnl that thorouKhfnre
and look a rapidly moving downward Inuiul
car The vehicle wm crowthl with that varl
tgnUri cUm of humanity which make tlw
Bowprj and ltd locality lively by night Itrao
much that Ihcre wm no room Inalde Xlm
Inc therefore stool on the back platform In
company with two gentlemen who hail stn
tloned themwlvr on th tp for greater
convenience In relieving nutnolng nml In
reining paiwngeni of HiHr walhee On the
platform stool two or three utl r night blrd,
the one who we nenrret Xlmlne leing n
medium I.ctI man of powerful figure, who
wore a long brown miMtnchs
At Fourtcntli .trtt the cnrntoppcd and
the pawengem who got on were of k un
usuaI a ilwrlptlon that even tho light
fingered gentlemen stared Tlireo men got
on to tho car Two of them were tinder M
leek ami well drevl, and of n typo whlrh
fremjentcra of the roiit t would recognize ai
ttng brought to trial nlmost weekly on
charge that could never l proved agaliwt
them Tlie third man waa the one who at
traded tho attention. lie vm to all apjiear
once mora than 70 j cars of age" Ho wns
bareheaded, hie hair waaailverj whlto, nml
ha was excredlngi) drunk HUcomfanlona
held him up by each arm, and tho patriarch
wa K extremely full that ho could icarcoly
lift hli feet to the car atcp, whcrriiiion one
of the young men exclaimed mvagely
"Blank youl Oct up there!'' and gnve him
a rough shako Tho two joungcr men of the
three new arrlvala exchanged glancei with
"soupcr fakes," or watch thlcvw, on the car
tern, hut no word phased between Ihem,
and tho 111 assorted trio went Into tho enr
crowded their way forward, where tome one
gave up his real to the inebriated patrlari h,
and he sank Into it ami rclaptcd Into uncon
sciolism, clovly guardetl by his two com
pnnlotis. They boil scarcely pawd lns'de
when tho man who stood next to Xlmlnes on
the platform said to onaof the othe r rfiwn
"Well, hy a, I call that rough. The
crooks are playing It pretty low down when
they've got to work an old man with white
TJ ero was a murmur of sympathy from
those In tho vicinity, and ono of tho soupcr
fakes remarked thrcutonlnglyt
"You want to Lo pretty careful how on'ro
talking around hero, young feller Thcm'n
gentlemen, an' that's their old man thoy'ro
a-takin' home "
"Who's going to make mo careful how I
talkP demanded tho I rown mustached
stranger fiercely "Don't you pay out any
moro slack. Thovj fellows nro crooks, I say
If that was their father would they bo wear
Ing hats and let him go barchotulod? Would
they be curshfg their father to mako him
get up tho stops? Would they bo making n
holy show of him, drunk, In a streotcnr,
when thoy might take him he mo In a cab If
he was their fatherl"
"It's none o' your business, anyway," said
the thief surlily
"Well, I'll mako It my business," wild the
itcut stranger "Just wait till we pawn po
liceman." Of couno there was no policcmin In sight,
end the two car-step thlees dropped oil" at
tho Cooper Institute to take tho next car back
for their prey which goe up town from
Fourteenth strcot early in tho morning Tho
tout stranger glanced Into tho car at tho old
man sleeping in tho forward ond, and then
remarked to a young mechanic In hi best
clothes, who was on his way home with his
"girl from a picnic at Jones' wood.
"It goes againit my conscience to let thosa
two crooks get away with mi old man liko
that, even If ha Is drunk. Wilt you stand bj
ma If I go In there and take him away from
thomt I wouldn't t afraid of tho two if It
asn't tint ou can never tell how many pals
they've got in tho crowd, but wo two are
good fcr a whole carlcod of crooks!"
"1'vo got a womau on tho car," said the
jcung mechanic, "er I'd go In with you, but
I don't want to git In no row while she'
I ho stout fctiaugor turnol from him ecu
tctnpluoual and put the question to another
I I den't ti ent to git cut to pieces In some
body clns fght," retorted tlifa Individual
with frank cowardice
X!ialitrn ad been an Interested mid admlr
Irj lUtem - to tho stout stranger's champion
ship of tho unclont Inebriate, and when ho
niked nest for hU support, na ho had for that
of lh other two passengers In righting tho
old mans wrongs, Xhulnoa promptly agreed
lo iocoi d his efforts.
"Goodl" snld thotranger "Now our liost
4an Is to get on to tho front platform and
wait till thej take him off the car. Then
wo'll tackle 'im In the stnet. If they refuw
to gt e him up there'll bo nu ambulance call
for one of 'em anyway "
Tho Interior of the car naa crowded 1ts
rassengera clinging to tho straps, and It took
XlmliiM and the stout stranger several
minutes to force their way to tho front end
but when the) got Micro tho old man and hie
two companions were gono.
"AVe'll find hlra or else hunt all night," said
the stranger. "Say," he asked of the driver,
"did an old man and two young fellows get
off tho car only a few minutes ngof
"Yos," returned tho hortemun. Thoy got
off at Broome street. Old fellow boiling full.
Two crooks hanging on to him "
The car had then almost reached Onuid
street, but before the drh er had finished
the stranger had Jumped from tho itqs, ami
was runnluj back to Hroonie street, closely
follow ed by Xlmluos. At tho comer he
stopped and gazed down the deserted and
gloomy thoroughfare, There were no signs
of the crooka or their victim, and tho patri
arch's companion exclaimed to Xlmlnos:
"Take tho left sldo of tho street and open
every doorway. Open 'cm cmlck, and shut
em quick, and look out for ) ourhelf Those
fallows are going to stand the old man up In
some hallway I'll go down the other side."
The two onened all the doors that weio not
looked between the llowery and Mott stro t.
out found no tmro of their game Tito
Italian rag-pickers Just stn.tlng out for their
tuornluj's labor met them on tfllscoruu
and Ximtnes' new companion naked them If
ttey bad seen tho trio of whom ho was In pur
suit. The Italians pointed to the south with
out a word and went on their way train
tereti The stranger and Xlmlnoa ran
oftly up Mott street to 8pr!ng, nnd peering
op this thoroughfare, dlscemed thethreomon
on the sldewulk. The old man had sulUclcnlly
rsooverod his sensoa to realize that every
thing was not going right with him, and ho
u struggling feebly whllo bis two com
panions were urging him ou by threat and
"They're steering him right down into ono
, of tho wont quarter of the ilty," muttered
tho stranger, "Xow I don't believe thoso
crooks have got tho blood to tight, but It thoy
do you u that walking stick. It's a heavy
one. Ahl)ou'iogotarevohcr, have youl"
bo exclaimed, still under his breath, as
Xlmlneii produced u so eu shooter. "We're
all right, than. I'll knock ono of thorn over,
and if thoy fight, why, kill Vm, 'cnjl
Tb police 'U thank you for It All ready,
The champion walked slowly dowu th
trret Xlmlnea fevlin, it imut be oon
fued, slightly nervous at his sldo, and as
they reached the trio, who had now come to
a real struggle on the sidewalk, the stout
stranger, without a secund'a warning, sud
denly struck one of the blackleg a frightful
blow under the car, which dropped him Into
th street, whcie his btod cracked against
IS curbstone with a noise like the breaking
cf a pane of glasa. Ueforo tho other had re
alttcd what had happeued (be rlghter of tho
oU man's wrongawaauum hlui and showered
a rain of such heavy blow upon hU head
and uo.k that he ikd acrua the street with
th utmost precipitation, while tin) roacued
patriarch fell against a horw-pct, threw hla
arm about it, and huskily shouted
"Stand up to hlra, Paul into him, Joel
Down be goes) HI, hi, hi!" uudvr the aUdeut
hallucination that be wasalteuding a priie
The stranger lost not a mouwut, but Klzed
ooa of the old man' amis, and shaking him
roughly, a.Udi "Say, w bare do you liver The
oM man puttered a number en Grand etrvtt.
trar the East river and then having over
uma tho temporary ellecU of hit oxdt
ment, he relaI again Into a comatoo state
Tliew entire transnctloM had all occurred in
something like one minute, and by tho time
Xlmine nnd the stranger had taken the pa
triarch arm ami were leading him toward
the Bowery, the two crooks had regained
tWr feet nnd their snvs, and were follow.
Ing them with divers Imprecations and
threat casting various stigmas upon thlr
rentagtt and reflections upon their rMictn
blllty, nnl not Imitating to hurl the bar sin
lter In their facea, with blasphemous aniob
scene vnrlatlom. Finally they held a whlv
red runniltallon, and then made a
ruh, but the sight of Xlrplnes' revoher
rooleil th"lr ardor, ami with a final batch of
cunw tlio curs slunk otr towanl their slums
XimlDn and tin- stranger hail the pleasure
of taking the old man home and receiving n
tongu-lnshlng from his daughter, who la
bored under the Impression that they had
l-oii upon a debauch with her aged wrent,
and could acarcely be restrained from be
stowing n pall of wnter upon them from an
upr window This their two considered a
good Joke, anil they laughed heartily over
"Tlie old man must have Ijccu qulto a sport
In hli day, said the stranger "Did you
Iwnr him talk of Dnli and Jou when we were
lighting? He wns thinking of the Mace and
Coburn prim fight that occurred twenty
years ago, I should think "
With his new friend Xlmfnea ex
changed card, nnd the two told each other
somi thing of their st lives and
present circiumtances. Xlmlnes' new
friend, a he learned, had been n shipping
clerk with a large dry goods establishment,
at a comfortable wilorj until within tho last
two months, when ho had Ix-cn taken sick
and his place had ben filled b some one
c1h "Hut I've got plenty of friends," fntd
ho, "and I'll get sutnethlrg to do very soon
ngnln Tho sooner It Is the better, for I've
got nwlfo and tho finest little boy In tho
country to care for, and I never thought of
putting much money In the bank, became I
ncer thought I hould bo sick. I'vo always
lived Just about up to my means Tho rea
son I happen to In hore to-night Is becauso I
went up to rro a friend nliout getting em
ployment." Two hours after they first met on the street
car Xlmluea and his new acquaintance
Now all this story Is strictly truo down to
tho minutest detail, and It Is only related to
s'lotf that the hero of the tale Is a deserving
man. Tho rest of tho story Indicate how a
deserving man may nuot with misfortune
and Ill-success denplto his utmost efforts
against mi Implacable fate
Tho facUalreidy related occurred nyearego
About a week since Ximlncs had occnslon, on
n lour of observation, to visit lata nt night a
Bon cry dive The occupants were for the
most j art of tho commonplace of dlsreputa
blllty, and low street songs and drunken
mirth resounded on every hand Xlmlnes.
I In looking o er tho room, thought he recog
nized a fnmlltnr figure In an unkempt lndl
tlijunl who leaned agaliut the wall In an at
tltinto of tho most abject ilesjolr
"Who Is thatr ho asked of a waiter
"Don't know his name," replied the mcnlaL
"Ho comes In most eery night about this
time Never rpends a cent. Never drinks
anything Nover speaks to nolxly Seems
to lie kinder down on bis luck, don't hoi"
Ximlnes glancei! nttho tnanngnln and sud
I denly rocognlzod him as tho stout stranger
n no uau rescuoii Uie Inebriate patriarch from
tho two thlevoi a enr before. Ho spolo to
htm, and upon recalling tho circumstance)
tbo stranger remembered him XI mines no
ticed n great changa In hl-i appearance HU
hair was unkempt, he was umhasen, hi
clothes were badly worn, nnd his thoes were
ahncAt gono to pieces Tbo two entered Into
conversation and Xlmtncs asked what he
was doing for a 11 ing
Tho stout stranger hesitated a moment aud
gulped down something ery much like a
sob "So help mo God," he said reverently,
not profanely, "I lia e been trying ever since
I flr&t caw ou to get work, and not a singlo
day's labor ha o I had an opportunity to
perform. I lwgan looking for a clerkship,
and when I had tried that without success
for six weeks 1 coma down a grade, and tried
to get a Job as a porter I had the best, re
commendations from the firm whoe employ
I had been In before, but I couUVi't get an
opportunity am where. Every place I wont
to they were fulL Some of them I got to
only a duy or an hour too late, but I al
wa9wws too .late, I stretched the little
money I hail put by, and my wife helped
me, but It didn't hut long, and, try my best,
I couldn't get a place to earn a
cent At last I liad to send my wlfo to
live with her mother, and my boy to live
with her sister, and I took a little room by
myself and sold ray furniture nt a sacrldce
to get money enough tobuy mj self bread All
this tlmo I spent every spare hour In tho day
looking for work nnd never finding it My
clothoH got so old and worn that I didn't pro
sent a decent appearand when I applied for
a job, and that w as agaliut me. I even came
down t try and get a position to drive a
ittect-car, but I coul ln't get n vacancy on
any of tho lines. I know a prominent poli
tician who could got me something to do,
and ho promised to I've been to his houso
tw leu a duy for tho past six weeks, and e ery
time thsy' e told mo be was out Now at
night I look for him In the hotels, boglnulng
at tho biiiclair and going up, but I never tlnd
"How I lito I don't know, nnd how lam
going to llvolcun't Imagtno If It wasn't
for that boy of mine I behove I'd have com
mitted suicide long ago, and I haven't even
sown tho llttlo fellow for six months. Con
found this light shining In my ojesl makes
'em water Say, could jou lend mo just n
trifle of money until I get to work! Upon
my honor I'll pay It back then; but I haven't
broken my fast to-diiy, nnd I haven't had a
square meal alnco I took dinner with an old
friend almost fle weeks ago, who didn't
know how low down I'd gono. It seems hard
that n manwtlllng to work shouldn't be able
to find komcthlng to do in a big city llko this.
IVi hips i ou think I don't try, but I gl e ) ou
my word that I tmo tried ocry way I knew
evorydayfor the lost jtar. Don't think
hanl of mo Lecauso Lcoiue to this place. It's
the only oue I know of w hero thoy don't kick
a man out if ho don't spend money, and if I
staed up lu my llttlo room all alone I'd bo
drhcntosulcldo. I'ogot to bo where lean
teo iwopla more wretched than I nm to keep
me from it Don't think hanl of ma be
cause I ask jou for money You'll never
know how hard It U to havo to ask it, and I'd
die before I'd beg it in the street, or of any
ono I didn't know,"
This is a truthful representation of one
tnan'a predicament a man who was willing
to risk hi lifo to help.n perfect stranger un
able to earn bread enough tq keep him olive,
though he is both willing and able, and has
a guarantee of good character and faithful
iiess from one of the inuat influential firms in
AVa Vari Tumi,
CONTRACTOR sad BU1L0EK,
STEAM I'LJiXIXa MILLS
Vlaaufactuta all Uodt of
and all kinds of wood. work finish,
Turulng, swroll,! ssud band aawlnac.
All kinds ef rUalai- aud SawUif. NUu(, ui Tc
ORULRS PROMPTLV ATI ENDED TO iND
Onlera trota th otrMr Islaadi totivtttti. loeVqi
aavuld la order at th Saivuat Ptaas aaae
ILLItfCHAM & CO
tUn jutt refreitfd in
Iiii)1oa of Now nnd Deilrablo Goodl
StMeti to th wimi of ttth mirlcei,
nA i good lin of
XV would call the special attention
ef Plainer to our
J'ttfen? Doubt? JomM llonrtl 1'tvte,
which hai been pronounced the ben of
the It ml everus in thu country
He haw lv received a
new tot of the
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOWS
to, it, t4 in , which are tlvlrig perfect
, tatitfaetlon wherever they
v i: a .v it i xv it r.A n r s a
4 The tndleit variety of goodt which
we are now oonttartly re
cetving are now tetrif
OPrNCD FOR INSrECTlO.N AND SAl F.
AT Tilt LOWEST PRICE.
DUIluuliam & Co
EMMELUTH fit CO
No. 5Nutianuaml 4 Merolusnt Straata
Itsvt on hand a full Ium uf th.
MO 11 A It'll.,
nit ion Toy,
AXlt XIMULH STOVES,
AXD OIUEJR JtAXOKS,
Ajtntj for The " MONTAGUE" and ' SUPER
IOR" Kaigt for icttlrg In brick Eitnnatel pur
chiuJ for puttin; up th same with or without hot
TeLariiONa No sn
J. EMMELUTH & OO.,
S Nl'UAHU AND 4 MaSCHANl Sts,
107 A un 16.
llatjutt received per MAitpou and ether late atriv.U
Whitlelier St&r Hame, Oreakfist Bacon, California
Cream Cheese, Fairbank's LarJ, Tabl. fruits, Pie
Fruiti, Cranberry Sauce, Annear Sauce, SaUd
IJreuine, Jans and Jellies, Ptckles, Olive
Oil, Comet and Oolon? Tea, e Boxes
Enehsh Breakfast Tea, 5 Boxes ,
Japan lea. Boned Chickaa
and Turkey, Curried
Fowl, Broiled Chickea
White Oats and Wheat,
Buckwheat Hour and Maple
Synip, Crahani Flour, Oat Meal,
Corn Meal, Aheat, Corn, Bade),
Potatoes, Cube, Powdered and Granu
tated Sugar, Fresh Spices. Fish Chowder,
Clam Chowder, Atmores Mince Meat, Tatac.
Kerosene Oil, Crackers of all kinds, Ale., &c , ic , Set
Fresh arouuti Coffee evory Day.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS, OR RING UP
TBLariroNa no. 119
or GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY
PART OF THE CITY FREE OF
yHE BNTBKPRISB PLANING MILL.
Alakba Sr nkas Qubsn St.,
TELEPHONE No 3$
C. J, Hardee, Proprietor,
CONTRACTOR aud BUILDER
Planing:, Shaping, Turning-, -Band
and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, mad to order.
Uunl an J SOU Tr ITooti Far Sat.
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Always 00 band.
AU utdat s rilled on stiott notice, and Jobbuij Proeuptl)
attended to. Moulding mad to any pattern without
eatra charia for ltnlv.a. ror
O M CARTER S F.GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER & CO',
riRtWOOD, COAL, aao rEED
Tiw. Delivery 10 all parts of th. City
flm,tirle, K.tO MrKEKr,
And Teiephooa No, It
OOKS PBRTAINIHG TO HAWAII
iaUvvV HlstQry of the UawaUiaa ItlaJidi.
Ntneyt Ovuie Book. "
Miw BuUkbU Mouitu in the Suijwkh Iiiuiii
Mia Gordaw Cuoaiicj'i llie Fouauiaa.
Ha aaiaU ALouoac va J A&Aual
foe aalf at
HAMBURG.MAGDBBURG FIRE INSUR
nea Company of Hamburg-.
BuHdinff, MtrthanJi, Fumltar and Machinery
Iniufed agairm Fire on th mot favorable tertm I
X pany of uerlin
F A SCltAEFER V ttAGFVTS
It abovt Irtmranct Comprtny, hai tttabtUhtd a
; Gtneral Agency here, and the under aifned. Central
Agenti, ire authorised to tak rittct agatntt th dangeri
of the beat at the mott reasonable ratet anU on the
mott favorable term.
pRBMRW DOARD OP UNDERWRITERS
F A SCifAfFER &C Aft
Alo arentft for the
Dretden Board of Underwriter!
Vienna Doard of Underwriter!
Tor the Hanraiun Inland
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
ConpanT of Berlin
F A SCHiFFEE - C , AGEXTS
The aboe Insurance Company hasetuUithcdaGen
eral Arencv here, and the abore .lined. General Aejitt.
are autlionfed to take RUks against the dangers of the
5Mt at me moM rfAwnaDie iaiM, ana en tne rnwt ta
AMBURCDItEMEN FIR II INSURANCE
A SCitAEFKR aV to, AGEXTS
The above firm kmn.r been acix.niil aentt Df thu
company are prcotted la Irlure nki again! fire on I
Stone and Brick bQitdin and on aMerchandi Mored
tlnrtln, on the moH favorable lerma. For pArticuUrl
appl) at their otTce t !
RANS.ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE'
(.oinpanyoi Hamburg: ,
HACXFELD df to , Agtnts '
Capital and Reserve Reichtmarlt 6,ox,oru
tncir ie insurance .ompaniei 101,50,000
. Reich iiiwuk 106)0,009
TJ e Agent! of the above Company, for the Hawailat
ftUndi, are prepared to insure CuiIdU g, rurntture,
Merchandite and Produce. Machinery, etc.. atv bueir
arH Rice MilH, and elt In the harbor agalntt Ion
or damage by fire, on the mott favoral le terms. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
It ILDER A- Ct , AGF.STS,
lMryt.it, SafeMl ffnrf iof Econoinlcttt Life
fnturance Company in the tt'oittt,
CASH ASSETS OVER 590,000,00a
(or farther Information concermne the Comumr.
and for ratei of Insurance apply to the Agenti, or to
J F Wile man. Solicit Inn Agent I
NORTH GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
ItACKFELD .V CV. AGKXTS
CapltAland Reee , , ReichuTvark 8,830,000
tneir Kt insurance v-ompaniti, 35,000,000
Tie Agent of the above Coirpan), for the lUuaibn
Utand, are prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
and Rice Mills, and vessels In the harbor, against loss
or damage ty rue, on the most favorable terms. r
BRITISH FORBIGM MARINE 1NSUR.
ance Company, (Limited)
THEO. H. D Al' HIS, AGF.VT.
The ahave .(rent has received llistructiont to I.
duce the rates of Insurance betueen Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and is naw prepared to issue poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a special rMnction on
freight per steamers. r
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
BSOP& Co., AGEXTS.
UtiHmltr.t ItahlHti to MocAioMe-r.
incomb rOR 187?
Ptemlums received after deduction of re
insurance .... $ J.l8",vS
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here I .
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE ft COOKE, AGSXTS
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company In the United States.
I'ollcioM Insilnl on themoat .Faro aM Terml
BXAStrLB Of NON roRFElTURK FLAN
Insured age 35 ) ears ordinary life plan
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, sa "
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, 17 "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy a years. 40 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy 10 y cars, 6 "
Assets , . $13.53000
Losses paid through Huoluolu Agency, $40,000
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS
C. BREH'LR A- C. ,
Ag.nts for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C. BREWER & Cf .
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
UNION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco,
CASTLE cV COOKE, AGENTS
Incorporated 1875 r
TJ W, SEVERANCE.
u4 California St., Cau, (Iwou No. 4-)
UAWAZIAX COXSUZ. C03t3tISiW.
CHARLES BREWER 6t 1.0
e; Kan Stkbet, Boston,
AOXXTS OF IIAWAIIAX PAVBBTi.
General Commeaalorl A(ntm.
Special attention riven W ill purchajln of coodl foe
the Hawaiian trade. Freleht al lowest rates
TJBNSON. SMITH, CO ,
,lj a.is m, FORT ITREET,
.Jl . .
v4i - '
oasKaa at Kataaxa'a caiaa.ATSo iaoacio,ATsiu:
MimMth r' fmrffm.
THE COMMON SKNStlNURSINO 80TTL
AINU ft CO
iiav a toa stoca oe ma
VERT REST HAY) GRAIN, ETC
Hill U otf.1.4 al ih.
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
en d.hvae.d frM to aoy part of the city
tavifl- Mutual Lit tnewane O.
Ag.ni. lo. in. HOOVER TEI.LPHONt.'
Cnttiia saineiat vf DeaJa for tltf Stale of Calafostah t"
TSLBPUONC NO l4r.iJ-t
Al THf. OLD STAND NUMIlEK I KAV
SHEET mON WOllKEH,
PLUMBINO IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Aitaslnn Vatl Pipe-all them.
Wfovea huiI Raiitfua,
Unci. 9m, Mtylatlion, Richmond, Tip top, PaUc
Flora, May, Conteal, Orarvd Prlie, Ne Rival
Oyrm, Derby, Wren, DoMy, Gypey, Que.,
Panay, Army Ranges, Magna Ctarta,
Back, SuparMir, Magnet. Osceola. Ala.
rnuta, Kdlpse, Charter Oalc, .
Nlmb!, lowood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPLR BOII I RS
FOR RANGEb, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKLL PLATED AND PLAIN
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sixes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
House Furnishing Good, aUl klntU.
t RUUBER HOSE,
All aliM aud grades. Lift and Force Pumps Cistern
Pumk, Gtlvanlted Iron, Sheet Coppar and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pip., Tin Plata
Wtr Cloutl, Malble slabl
arid bovls, eruuneled
CIIANDELILKS, LAMPS AND LANTi- RN3
BREWER . CO.
OtTw for Sale th. cargo of th. twls
Just arrived, ih. following List of Mrdiandia
LiaM Emtprnt IffstTVea,
Bmtmttvn Top Carriaff,
Cunbrl ratsil Ooiff,
Cwnnwu Wo4 Chalra
Pine Darral SruxJia
Im CHasis, Noa. s, 3, and ).
Lobsters, 1 lb Tins,
Bmm, )lb Tina,
May Cutuca, No. 1, s savd ),
' n aVaW Or
MHrtmnk? MtmU4, X- 7, , 10, M, Ill-It
Cacunfoial Llrsluajs, 14 liKavaa,
Coeapoalnoa Nails, ii lach and oh
1 Manila Coeda.. AssottL
.., (. .
Galv Feace Siaul.s,
fanner's Boilers, . and as Coils
Steal ttapo, Aeeorud
Xllutr JsTef.ll alAaHttMsatT,
Snaeelsil fsssca War
'ASTLE A COOKE,
IlonoU'lt.', II I
Would call atttntlon to tbslr Largs and
varied Stocks of
CulMlng of th. uoitvatleJ Paris SteW
the Moliric Steel Qrealtert, and Furrowing Plow, Mo
Hoe Steel riows all sue. Planet, Jr , Culti
vators, Dvt Scrapws,
Jotsai Dter UratSsc Plow,
I knlws' Itos of lb. biHt Inakee
DISSTOMS LELEBRATED CANE KNIVT.S
taau to otder. Ames' Shovels and Saadea
Garden Hoes. Canal Barrows, Oa
Bows, Yokes, Chains, Fnc
Sugar Mill Requirement.
SnOAR BAGS, SOOAA KEOf,
Spetm Oil, Cylinder. Lard
and Kerosene Oil, Pcifat
Lubncatots, Plumbago, Al
bany Grease, Disston I aad
S andl Files, all sues and
kinds, Steam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber,
Asbestcx and Soap Stone,
(Ua Packing, India Rub
ber Hue, )(los luth. Pip.,
end Couplings, Null and
Vashcrs, finished. Machli
Bolts, all sues, Cold pressed
B'atkunith r Engtnev s ant
Carpenter s Hainmcts, Pipe
Ctitteis, Winches, 8 inch to
.4 inch, Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones Best
Steel, Builders' Hardware,
all kinds and stsles. Hub
buck's Paints and OUs, raw
and boiled, Small Paints In
Oil, in large variety. Dry
Paints, Timber, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic. Ac ,
Whiting. German Window
atstd sues. Manila Rope
No. 1 and Flour, No s and a Rica,
Crushed Sugar, China andjapan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES:-The Pai
ne Kerosene Oil, II eacon' Ce
trlfugal Ltntng$, 14 Inch. Hubber
Sprtnu and C'urirna llrake Just at
hand,Blake Steam Pump Vahrea, Pack
Ing-, &c , Blake Biler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating Vacuum Pump.
Weaton'a Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSiaNUOHr
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrel!
Salmon, Hams, Asb.tol Mixture for Boners
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, I ice Wire
and Siapl.s, Gelv.nird Roofing
Wilcoa and Gibb sAuluinatic, Singrr Manufactui 10 j
Company, Assorted. Remington Company. Family,
Wilton Machines, tne best assoitment 10 be found,
and at Bottom Pries
New Ooo by every arrival (rem England, New
ork and Ssa FrancuKo
1 Hw Trtwtloa Ijisjisi, 8-laortw powstr.
Uraeis from the other Islaads Alibi al Hell Rate.
MESSRS. R. MORE OO.
Kiwi Stssst Honolulu
WiaJJ beg 10 iscalfythe Public that th.y
have lust recalaad a smpeaeal of the famous
' HOUSEHOLD- SEWING MACHINE.
T Ail nereoa wishlnl to eurjuue a tawing machine
waaild do well loeaajnlne theso.
a siuaabat of sudsIm
Double-barrel Brch4oadinj Shot Cuaa,
Winchester RlSaa, Keuuady RUVm-
SraitB tt Wlaaoa Rerolvere.
A full sttorlmeM of CAK1 RIDGES, U.M aad
paper sneu a.u apulinia 1 ueneiaj aappuat
tW Call and esamlne our Stock I
Having in oar employ a Ursttass Lock and Gun
Smilli, we are prepared to do all kinds of tepaiitng la a
aw-ciast manner ana on soon notice.
aetrln; JfarAfreo ripalfd and aauHtl
And all kinds of Iron Work uuvd. and repaired.
ATER PIPE I WATER PIPE I
WATER PIPB I
We have on hand a full supply of Galrsuaed iron
ripe, fttilngs also of Brass Goods (or water and (as
IroasKi s laches lodislvs, which will be sold al
reasonable prices. Esileuiirs given 00 plans of Lip
week for water, gas or stas a. Oa hand el all ibaes
Sanitary Goods as folkwi 1
Sestet IK, MaaA4and(MarUeandLaaanledJ,eJ
aifialif, Jfarvuea Slap U upper, Wmlr
awf, ( Tip, 14,
Wan Pip, Trap,
faideis la this lu will rente proeapt allaaubei
I Mvcaav aaa Miafiay Its.
T. MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
Located In the he.utlfttt .t!ta l.H .1.. .L-
Lstabllshed In llfil Fourteen lnUMt-tA .r'. ...
heated by itram, and are In every way arranged foe the
begins Joly 14
For further lot,mailon and catalogue, luti oul.
TTOLLISTKR ft CO.,
ixvitb rur attention or THE
1-VnLtox covxTHr MKHCUA.yr4
in particvler, to lh Larg. and
varied aaaaortswril uf
just received This Is ackaowUdtatd
so be the fioert perftune In Use
week). All ea one quality.
Great variety of odors sstias
and trie, aaae
(all staape aad styles
aad th atrfeat aad moat eoeaateu ttadi of
wet kept tolhls KLngdocn a
large invoice uf
fTAMMfU MKV1TEUHANBAH aroNOB
direct frous Europ., free troaa
sand or dart Agents for
PARKS DAVIS GO'S
J. O AYSR A 00S
Pateot Medloru., .
Horsedufds Acid Pboeysusc,
Gr.en'a Aufuat Flower ft Qtvmaa Syrup,
Allcock Pmou. Plaetar Co ,
Murray ft I srunan'a Floeida Waler
Tertua Sfuaaa Wttavra.
OLLISTHR 4k CO.,
tu sJto ProfniMore utai Mutfc.
t,turer vl tbe ceJeUiUeJ
E U C A L O F0 R M.
Agenu tor Wta. S KuabaU It Cos
IVagrant Fanity Wair,
rowisoe aaset PigerittM
which have uo rtvala The
laifeat ssonmetu, of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CI OAR 1 HI
OUR GINGER ALE ir- SODA WATER
baa always beta reoaguaed a aha
heal lath aaarkat
OUS aiNCSR Alt tXTKACT
being raamulactured froa east owe
private ferawla la
AERATED WA1 ERS lu hleed ar Cart
Stoppered bosllel as awaieed.
WHOLESALE ft R.TAIL, NUUANU ST
RETAIL, Cos. FORT MERCHANT STS
We have received a farther roueianaaaul id
Mr. Mirr,l WmlH C.' MesesViMrt
And have oow on hand, ready for, delivery
One Triple EaVact. a avanleoaie Iroa ataxia. ooiiiaUiiavi
j,4jj square fe of hiailiut aurtac. wiih Paaaplu.
Erujuve and diwharging MomJus, complwe
Oia Double Effect, havtiul e.tye so,uare feel c kaallaa
suiface, wiih Engine and Monijus.
One an of rour Weawa's PaieoS Ceniilfugs, wuh
EugUve and kliaci
One sel of Two Wf .ton's Patens Ceailfuala
Ha.ln lavaeased fadlllMe lal lk aaaausflw U
these machine, (ih Weeu Pan., fee- waka, a
Greal aWKaia has eeptredX we are iha eaaaasd U s)u
iheas nuiertall' ledaaed felc.
We have full aiaarissem af CeMnuiU seayee
l.rdogs, braaaei. rabUr haavls aad Wat,, esc
Two Diagonal Engine, each la. by is U.
OarirWs. Flat Coolers, by ears aad by, by 11
One Spare T Rotter fa at by J4 la. MIU
Cm Spar KdeMle. lor do., -
Oa Sea IsasTlltlss Igest Wkaval wart
als4f 9- W, aaAaJai' 6.
Southern Pacific R. R , 11 miles from San Frsaoeoo
lion and ability The buildings are eateaa., art)
health and comfort of the cadets. Trinity Ileal m.
Rtv. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A ,
"IF ILDER ft CO,
leapoiien and dealer
And BusldlaL, MaUrlaU
af all kinds, Juet received, ea las. arrivals, Mim
large and well selected eargee f
caaaiswlaui( all lb tesael eaeea sieea
la taaotiaaag, Tim beat,
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Iwitlfnji. F1viVs-tijfc -mi rju-rVear-Mr
feeCttl tu4 rMh--llAtle.f, PlcMt Ryfttic,
Lutk and Qapboiit
HOORS, AflH AHD BIlinM,
aJl iLmi, ssi aitero tvod CaUlofoia tulc. tuwl rW
Mi a quAtiutr4 to suit, ki iw pncm.
-Uo, ih Sroc-f,
WHITE ZINC. PAINT 01LI
METALLIC AND, OTHER PAINTS,
OLASI AND SALT,
AMD WHITEWASH RRUSHXS.
A tarn saeoftiMM of
U Uteart at'lasa,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
UNION FBBD CO..
Imserlfe a4 Swalsrs la "
Clot. a?asy essscf Orevtas
Goods (eouptly cUUvered.
9m A te.esaJKe.
TaUvphoae No. 1;
P, O. Sa isy.
H. NOLTE. PROPRIETOR,
Segs s aauoauKS Is Us friends aud the syaVU la aea
aeal skat la above 81 eos aravUw
From 1 a. at , SIS le as
Chjan, rtaa -t
Ou ad fkaaswlca ft raalke's ceaehwed
f s coaaarted wah sh sesablisauaeai, waae kirsf sv
the sue can jemlcieal. e
THS CASINO, '
at KanoiAMi p4
I w daily, where RetteahaeMi ravay U savd .
all lleaes en short nonce. a
II. J. NOLTE, PfOHlsle,
a-pMB OSNUINB aVMTICLS.
COLUMBIA RIV-K tALUOM
Jess rwaelred troaa Poaslaad. Oeasjaa, he;
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