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Ah lr I yui'r mlmlrlng my fjTtrs
i II trwr nrs) ttj tlxtt thr-jr im
tt us,h I dmiM its M vrinikl tall lh miri
P Ms aral mniisrliio iotiirnn ntr-l tihVnArt
lmn.1 Yixi iktit w many f ' " In
jmir rltw ww finW uarilfw, iln jotil If
a prftty lltll plniY Hit, ain't It, Mrl An I
It my own. . my try own -aiiJ ti III ga
tc- my KTiMviwn alter nm ll.'s n Ril tail,
ho k- It's litm WA after the cnntai.
.Mighty fil of fl.'wrs, Iw K mal rtrrly
pnlhl hell t I know nhtn h Imtr. at n
tin tunn HWitrMnan bn taken tvoUtn if
rm Ah, I mu fowl of Rnnlmlisaj, tno,
In my tirno Ihit I'm RrttlnR aiioM man
mw I nm ram CiirHtnM aikl I iw I
mtwt to r ,,ml inurli krsev.r, Itimigti I'm
link unit iieartjr rv-t, tlmnk Hrwrrii) Ah,
time hut lterl, ttr, start, my vrnintt iiaysl
l tlwl-rtti- you syl Wl. tlilivjc rv
(rmVr now limit tlwy m lltni Intt wn
Ik vt I serii to llko tlio okl time U ifrhni"
tot-Aip I v yiB ami rtrnn In m Aral
U!kui( of il Unw mmimt ro. of sofrwlhlmr
tht im hapfeat In nm IJk to Imr It,
t Well, w shisl! ml wprim If y.)
rlori't iMiml viteteinsi nn hour or so "villi An okl
t-lmi Ilk. m Hit down, tbwi. (in ttiAt Smrh,
Kinl mk yunrxK enmfurtnbk.
. u'r hn In t'bolnwfonl, parrtapat Thi
itmilv you kismv th Skmmii llaewlr WVII,
1 1 I.'tir Unit n.m stnnrta then twwl to
l an oM inn csslkwl th 'Siinii A rjtievr okl
plex-v It wets, to l ur Willi Ita ciemtit
windows .tal oTwmHftn ptlf4 1 wnllr
Inc at ItalphAn thnt It'a nigh liii tttty
yin wi fatnwr I w, il hil ln
liiArrm) i4tly n thort tlitw to a (Irnr Itttl
wifo at I lorfd nrll aik) Inn till tit ilil,
"Oi nM lVmWr May 1 ttnrtnl for
llnUnltro, to hvk at mvk at I thought
of I uyliif A It tiw t tnti ilay" Journey, I
nrant to ttiwi At ClnrllmlorU for tliff tiUht,
Kxt K" n fAily Uia nxt ily I ill In't )
lull till alamt 9, ami I ha. I a wonrr nAl tu
tinrpl, to that tlw ilarkiwx miri on lcfor I
rr( tml th gllliet on tiw mIica uf tlwtxMii
inoti; ami 1 can ttl you my IImIi cranial m
the mying It, whtn I Knlluil At full
i(vJ. tt i a lilnak, rhl nlRlit bihI IIm
imaa! wan hrtU. km tltnt It wm Into lforp I rcli
"I ut up At th '.Swan' that lliiit lh
flnt Inn I cum to and nn (UlHlIn walrb
Inp the oUr mlMiiK down my pl nl I
iiaiv- for 1 a1ha) nttnidHl In that tint
thl UK -when tlw lnmllorvl come "lowly out to
me Lewua thort. lMrji-fnei.il mnn, nltli
Krret lcl eyr tlit ld an uixwy eort of
look lu Vm. I lold til m I'd hail n lonR rlilo
and wa kII rnotiKh to t uito Into hl
jAni for I'd Rnlil nUuut me nn.l we'd heard
liorrible tnle of the robberfe Ami inunlen
on the kliiR'a lilliwny Well, ho shoml
me Into a Ioii 1ot rmm the kltt'lit n It wai
with a bi 'ck floor And n blight lire buni
" 'Tliero't n noly lot In the (wrier, air."
Mild he, 'you'll l quirt Aiul cwy here, for
maybe jou'ro tlml aihI chilly aftiTyuur riile
In tlw wliul'
"I ordered a tteAb and Rome wine, and, a
I ate my nipivr. I thought to my'lf that I
couldn't well liaTe chown a letter place tliAti
the '8AH' to ttop nt. After I hid tlnidiod
1 caIIiiI for il ami rtok and Mitby the tiro
with the landlord, but I might n "ill have
lvn Alone, for he never ?ike a w-ord, but Hit
Marine Into tlw Are with a wicked look In hli
eyettltat I didn't like, tlioiiRh I didn't take
much notice of it U o i. Ah, I know now what
lil thouchta were n he gated moollly Into the
glowlnc ooa!I He Mi thinking of the dU
BTaco brought ujwn hl name by hl only rhi,
and wondering where the money wa tocome
from which must li jirocureil (omehow If hU
ly nai to bo tareil from ruin. And then, no
doubt, he planned to murder me ah, It's all
true, tr. I've got hi confowlon by mo now
ami bury mo down by the rlvernlde. In tho
meadow twhlnd tho stable Then ho meant
to tum my mare out l?foro dawn no thnt tho
errant might think I had left early, nnd
then, you w, when It wa found, vop!o
uouIJ think soimthiiu; had happennl to me
on the rond to Itraintrwi Well, my cum
panlon idumxI hlnuelf nf tr n time and began
atVln mo what I thought of tho country. If
1 had ridden far, whether I hail been adrlail
to put up At the 'Hwnn,' ami auch like qun
tlona. 1 oiMereil thoin fiwly enough, never
Mipposlng tlMt be ajkeil them for any other
rwiwm tlinn jut to keep up the converw
tlou. I atkrd him to call me early, and ho
prointad ho would do ao.
- 'I'll do It myielf,' mM he, 'for the gill
awl tlw mtWr will be aUl '
nieii he called hi wife amV told her to
bring me a candle, which the did Shi; was
coarvlook.lng, care-worn, and I noticed,
when ho thoncd me to my room that her
voice founded thick a she bade me an evil
"My bml-nom was n long, low room with
qun-rold funiiture, quaint carved chain
and a gent four-pott ledtcad which tremtj
at big at a hearw. There was no look to the
d(Xr, and the bolta wero rusty, mi I could
oly put the latch down. I thought of put
ting a chair agalut it, but that twined chtM
Uh ami no protection after alb Tlio night
wet wet and windy, nnd tho sky black as
Ink. Try as I would, I couldn't get to sleep,
and there I lay listening to the ghostly tip
ping of tho Ivy leaven agntmt tho window,
and thinking of tho evil look In the landlord's
eyes, and all tho horrid storlet I had ever
read come crowding Into ray mind, w ben
suddenly I started up In bed, nldo aako
enough, for I bean! something or noma one
climbing up tho Ivy to my window. 1 Uy
with palpitating heart and straining eyes,
listening to the horrible ghoHtly nulling
which every moment sounded uoarer
"Suddenl) a thought rtrufk me, 'and 1
arose hastily smoothing the bedclotbm, as
though the bed had not Uvu slept in. I had
Just time to creep under tho bed, when the
window was shaken open, and oniebody
aoftly tllppod In. It was a man, and, UU.n
ing Intently, I heard him sigh wearily to
himself, as If ho were tired out. Then he
got Into my lwi, drew tha clothes over him,
and In a few minute I heaiU him snoring.
You can tmaglna bow pleatant I felt, ami
tb ocarap hail my money-bag under his
pillow tool" What was to bo dune) I
thought of ray happy homo and the dear
little wife uow .rhaps dnamlng of me,
and tho thought of her gave ma
courage, I detenulnnl, to snatch at
my money atul fight for It with the
unseen' visitor to the death, If need bo. I mu
crawling from under the bed, when I beard
another sound, Hearing the door this time.
In a minute the latch wai quietly lUted, the
door wtt gently pushed 0n, and I saw the
landlord gild Into the tyiom. Then a hand
holding a candle stole In at the door only a
Land; but I knew thoxe fingers well enough.
Tbo man crept on tiptoe to the bed ami, loan
ing softly over tho sleeper, stabbed libil to
the heart. There was one deep groan and
all u over The murderer draw the inoner
from under the pillow ami crept stealthily to
the door, glancing behind him as though ho
f tared tho dead man would get up and fol
"Shaking all over and with hair on end I
crawled from my hiding-place, grol about
for my dothM, and, after standing a moment,
dated with horror, followed the guilty couple.
Their room was alratat rpl(e mine, and I
could s the light under their dour, which
was barely c1omL I puhl It n atvl
d lu. The Ubla faced tho door, and
there they sUl with their lucks tome,
so intent Un the money that 1 crept clow to
them without being beard.
"'Umk, look,' 1 btanl the man wbUr
there b mere than enough to save our boy I
How they shine! And all oura, wife-ounp
"'No, nuhe, inurdertrP I thoutul with a
vein of lhun.hr, aul, tuauhlng tha ling
frwn bit bcrvekMi grasp, I itashol the lUht
from tba woman't haisdami fled lock swiftly
to tha room where the dead mail lay
0nltig tha window, groxt about with
it harel for an Ivy bough, clingiiij some
mw to tbo sll( with the other, ami at last
Bianagnd to scramble down, reaching the
ground LruUnt, sliaken, brrathUu, As I
rested a ntouunt to get my breath, 1 brd
from tba room att an awful cry tunou:
lu a woman's voice
" Uy luy my ly, my only ton"
l clambered over the gala whUlilnllntu
tU street A watt h but ttul clu by lu
tU square, tu.1 1 buninlly told my story to
the wauhiuau. He tlarvd in borror, at well
U lulglit, and wonted to fetch hit nuts, but
I told Unix wro inurv thou a match for
th&w. wit should lutl at lU Inn, sob vau
wtth lu. A fiighleisul senraut o..iul tha
door tout, and I led the way to Ihertaxnl
)d Just quitted. The waubmau Unt dowu
and (tired Into tLo iUwjI uuu't face,
"'Ah,' be whUitl, 'lt' at 1 fnirull It's
their own sun they dldnt know La was at
Lome, an,! so tby mistook him for you, sir'
"1 felt mystflfluni queer and giddy, for I
knew the uwauln of that pitifully, 'My
only soul' Jp
"An.1 wha( of tUt; murdirenl Thevbad not
, m mm h as trleil to xra, and the ibxir I
I wash t eirn barreil nEnlnst us. The woman .
lay moaning on the tloir the man sat hud
died up In a chair by Ilia U-l When we i
entereil lie liehl out his hands to 1 manarleil
without uttering n wonl When I tuM him
how t hflppeneil that liH toll had fallen a
victim Inttroil nf me, lie Jutt taml in hit
fare ah.1 limle nt slfn that h" heir I my
"Well, sir, that's alstut nil Tli molher,
ponr amil, dieil rn vlnt; nrsd, an I tlw man was
hnitgvd At Tyburn, lait not another wort did
he ((sink fnnu first tn last, snve oiu-o aii I
llwt was when tlw Judge l sentence on
him Then he mlel his held, and, with a
k-wk In his eyiw which I never forgi't, lid
" An ok), old man, my lord my only
"Thai's all, ar The strangest slory jon
M-wheanll Well, I darn tay, It is, but It's
All true, every vwnl of It; for I've mt the
pAiirra ti prne It, aitl. If yvHi'll ptensnl tn
eomeln aisl 'em, jmill li welctuneas
dowen In May, that) on will' Not rent
Well, thsai. III 14.1 ytai ftkal tlay, ami thank
you kindly for lettm inn talk to you, f It
doe me ml to rl-t a Mt aotnetlmes, that It
do' lloisl day, tlr, and ,i pVenwnt wlk to
,1m M HI ( r,i).lr,
1 often "er en il I old cotqile miialllng
over Mm throngeal street In a anliey tort of
ImnaKbe, much more up with the tnnea than
tltetnelv. Tlw man k corjiulent nu.i red
nowsl, though Imrlwreil nnd tAllorol equnl to
the .Manpii be luvllle He ninny tlta
leniilnK forwnnt nn 1 Uatkt n thouxh ho was
umleifcoinit iennre tlie ride t tuiuethlng
lie lias to etklurr Alhl lie UITer In tllelico He
makes me think of lniernlda's father, In the
piny "Hunernldn," though n vulgarer tort of
a pert. .it The woman I the breathing, real
life Image of Reineralda's inotlieV Slio silt
lailt uprlftht, arrn)ed In fashion' finest
feathers, and any, by attitude and expreta
Inn "This is happiness, this Is what I
toiled sliteon hours a day for thirty jenrs
I saw the3 funny figure so often that my
iiualty donnnnt curiosity was arousl, and I
in inlred till I learned nil alioiit theuu Thdr
story Is giHl enough to have Ueu the Inin
Hon of Dli kei It has its pAluful side, tin.
They are both common clny, poor souls, but
bae bu ery useful tnrthen pitchers hi
their day, nnd I think they still nre, at fright
ful example of n tertalu method of chasing
hnppiiuw. The woman began life by krei
Ing a doughnut stand at a railroad stntlui;
the man ho-tl. rut thosinglo tniern of
the place. Ho courtisl her ocr the steaming
doughnuts, which she briskly disieuil at
two for 3 cents. They wire uurrioil and
they were Industrious. Time nnd loll
o'!il up tho nny, and the luetler heinnie
the Inn keeper lloth worked like ln e ami
the little Inn beenmo n big Inn, nnd finally
they reigned in a "hotel" In n city. Then
they loft oil tv rubbing nnd dickering, and
wore good clothe, and trKd to talk good
Ill this, the greatest effort of their llvi-s,
they falloil Finding themH'lves getting along
In years, they concluded lit lent tho woman
concludl, ninl sho lisl that they would le
tiro from btulurcs nnd "enjoy themelos
They have plenty of money, and tho dally,
showy rides, which are so painful to tho old
tiiAti, are part of the process callo 1 "enjoy
ment" The woman gets through easier It
in enjoyment to lur. because It U the kind of
felicity tho Ixns dreameil of and worked ftr,
ami now, that it is n reality, she eujoya It as
n math r of trlumpli. A thouvind timet,
when tho, baked her doughnutt, with sleeies
toIImI up, in thoinoky llttleshnnty nt Gray's
Gulch, luis alio pictuio-1 horwlf nrrnnlln
silks nnd Ince, and driving on Fifth n onuo In
Is'ew York. S'ow that tho dream U n reality
she Is In Henvcn as near to perfect happi
ness ns her worldly spirit can over come,
llut the old man he pnyM tho penalty of llv.
Ing n grub's life sixty years and then llercely
letting out as n butterlly Ho Ls cutolt from
hit old chums, nnd the now people he ninU
arc not like himself. They make full of him
nnd he I sensible inough to know it. lie his
plain tastes and old-fashioned Ideas of hap
plnua. Somctimea he has been known to break his
bonds and tell somo nyintlictlc lUtenorhon
mlMirnble ho I. Onco bo (mid to mo:" "Cup
tnin, If I could go out to tho gulch ngaln, and
work all day wltli Just a thirt nnd pnntton,
and thou tit on tho porch and spin
jnms with the boys In the even
ing, I'd be perfectly happy. Hut I
can't oen do that Once I suoakiHi
back without 'mother,' and thought I'd hov
a good tlnio like I uso to. But everything
wot changed Eseu Jim Jenkins and Tom
Holland, that I used to bo as thick at thieves
with, tbled olf from me becnuw J was so well
drewsed I didn't seem nnchural to them. Thny
w ouldn't ta1.o easy llko to me, as they had
when wo were all poor deUls together, nnd
nono of lis over set up to be lino. They actod
iiko they was paralyzed w hen I tried to bo
friendly with them, nnd so I enme nway with
a heartache. Somehow I feel out of my
tpear. I' e earned my money honest, and
I've a right to spend Has I plenso; but it
brings me no enjoyment this way I've
hail time to study over tilings lately,
and I've concluded that it Isn't bavin'
money nnd spendin of It, that mnkee. happi
ness; It's tho earnln' of it Tbo work we do
brings a reward better than the money, niter
nlL I nlnt 'frald of dying, even, becaux I lo
Uevo that somehow alter 1'vo dropped this
body, tliat my wul can go back to tbo gulch
and be round among my old cliuuis and be
happy, even If they dou't e.i me. It's n mis
take, captain, n gnat mistake, for workln'
vople with plain tastes to set up for flue.
Now there's 'mother'; tbo tries to mako hur
ult bellove she's happy hi that big carriage
oad our Quo house, but I knoir she Im'tl It's
hanl work for her Sho really works at
ha pine; goot at n sort o' energetically, like
she used to get up It uu-.il. ijcuiotlmrs I
wlht aometbln' would happen to my money;
then I'd luuetogoto work, and by Georo,
I'd go back to the beginning thankfully, aiul
I'd so some pleasure yet"
Isn't this a travesty or mtsplacod nnvbltloal
The miserable old man thowt tupprussoi
WTvUhcdura In ecry attitude. Ills face
has u look of longing In tt, dally grow ing
more pitiable. He lurks around the fushlun
able enfea nn.1 picks up odd aoiualutancv,
soilablo men from tho wild west, an.1 others
who !ine some frush llfo In them, and u
traiuportt himself In thought lck to tha old
days, and always, always, ha it u creature to
bo pitied. And tbo poor, deluded old woman
even sho it not to bo laughed at, foolish nt
seems her hunger fur wnaltli. Hlio bos only
Ihwlup to her ideal Mouruful, Indeed, Is
It tlut tho idoal U so mean and hollow, but
her efforts to reach tt are worthy of honor. I
think, tike the old man, that sho "has made a
inistake," but nobody can enlighten her. Hhe
Is trying to get enjoymeut out of what ih
bat seen others gst enjoyment from, or pro
Und to, Aiul so no go our suveralwayt,
ueklng the phantom of pleasure.
Jshim II hltromb Hitry
I hao been very much amuswl In swing
an Item floating about the Aniorlctn press,
which has also crept Into uyno of the London
Journals, coucinilng James Whltcomb Illler.
the Indiana jt, "whoaa humorous aiul sen
tlmeubvl versst havo made liLm famous."
This quoUtlon Is only Jutt, Iwcauso there are
few porta hi America, uici-pt J allies Ilustoll
U)Wf 11, who lull o titKeu up the dialect (if one
portion of the UnlUsI Htatet and made It to
ehutlcally tubmrvient at a iopular vehlcla
Ui anlittricat way, ami who at tbo tame time
have mad their mark at true pool. Why I
am aniUMxl at the floating Item It because It
pretends to give lu all sincerity a brief U
isjiii by of the oet, but nothing can to more
Just lofk at this fell picture, quoted from
theaforwsaki brief Idography. "Ho (lllley) was
originally a hotel keeper He was bum In
ifw Ikslford, Mat.( and there lived formally
yeara. Hit father was tho captain of a
whaler, but the sou never took to the ten.
(.apt lUley gate tba young man an ample
fortune whin be attained bis ssjorlty, and
JtUM Invested the bulk of It in a botsd,
wldih be liAln.il the Ocean View house,
lllley toll bit hotel In tlw wlntr of IbW,
uivmUsI hit luotwy In IViu-uylvanU oil, lost
ei try thing tl then moved to Indiana to
try fanning, Until within tlw hut four
ynira lus iwier wrote a Una of try."
If 1 iixiUl Uugh out loud on r I would
do su In this letter lu the first tJtce Jamee
Whitcoinb lllley luaruui after the Ut gov
truor aiul Uultsel bttk-s senator. Jamua
Whltcouib, of ludlaiuj utvvr mw Ssw 1).J.
ford. Mats., but was born of Houtler parent
at OrtidVl1, lnd., twenty mlla tsstt of In
dtauaulia. Ho far from Li father being a
whaler and Kilty laiug brought up wUbln
tight of the briny, be ntveiaaw tha tea at
all until he was a quarter nf n century old '
lie never had anv rnotiev left hint, he never
kept a hotel, ami thoiiith a fellow nf gruliis, he
couldn't do It, even though he had n hotel
lie never nail any money in invest in oil, it
ratine lie nlnnyt stmgglil for A living, nnd
did not have any money to lnvcit In any
thing Kfont his Uiylassl he wrote verw,
aiul K"l nnea, too.
In l."77 (a year lieforenur Itembl.'grapliy
makea him a hotel ki-e-r) i made his no
qtialiitanre In Indlnnallt I iln not Udnk
he was mere than SKV. Ills sutry had
almuly stnn k my Attention, whether It
was In the grave nr gay vein. In S77 there
trnvelpit all over the t'ntted 8tntM, and also
In Ktiglaii.1, lines purinirtlng to lo from li
and from Tennjeon They traveleil for a
jiMir iihchallenite.1, until tome llttcrnteiir
wrlously uiiilertook loshow that while the
rertea were like thoeo nf the twu timsfert, yet
they rtniM not Iw found tn their works. It
turned out by his nwu confresioil that llltoy,
In banter, had written the linos without any
intention f Imlug litem olT on the pubtlr,
ami was heartily rry that they eer got
Into print Hut Ills original poems nre full
of try, whether serious or tunny, and ho
lsmally strong In prom. In the dlatevtlo
litems, nhern wittenilsinsicomo In, he Is as
Imppy ns Jamea Husaell Iiwell In the Yankee
illnlect He Is n much tn the point n Ilret
Harta or John liny "llliout the proclivities
lo ifatilty that mar omo of their uems.
Few nm are his eipial in the recitation of
Chand chert, lti)l rnjol, UrttVrt Impt;
O HtUtUr. bid lutnit4r Dottinc houi
aihI iSklitt Ijietetntt Nurtf, l"ocV., du
rM ttikmrt, tiloN-t.CIi.mnf, Kcflrttori,
I-mp MofJtr fr it!tii( machine.
SIOVKS ANIl RANGES -Uncle Sam, HucV
Patent, Richmond, "KaMoI Pert, OkoIi,
Mawtttl Aletia AlmtI Flora
MISSISSIPPI KArmR-Coollne capacity
FRENCH RANGES-For it9tunu.ti. holcti, itnd
l-rWate rt Uf ncei, with or without hot .tr
W'ESrCNMOLMS I X Is CUTLER V
A fine atfeortment of Tab,, Dewtt, and 1 ea
Knives ami Fork, j Carvers and Steel, with
tUtn nnd onu mental lory handle ; atw
VixVtt Kuivei. Kaor, Shear. Hut ton hole
and Lad if ' Sciivw-, Hread Knives, eenuint
French Cook Knives Itutchcr and Kitchen
Udlet' Wuik tand lUket ; OfTice, Lunch,
tjiundry and Market Haikft.
DOORM.MS .Vsortd sues and pattern.
Ropers HrOtherand Mender, Plating Work ,
Uater and Cream Pitchers: laMe, Ie.er',
and Tea Knites; Fork And Spoon. Spoon
Holders, Napkin Ring, Children's .Mut
Pickle ami Cruet Stands, Huticr Uow Is
Card kerei.er, Fruit Stand, Preserve
Nickle-mounted Te.". Sets, in part or nhole
very neit and desirable ;
Utensils in Urce variety.
Milk Pant Pudding ami tUin II Attn, Milk
Boilers ; Rice, Jelly, and Ice-cream Mould
new patterns in Stew Pan.
SAUCEPANS T nameled and tinned iron, from 3 pint
to 1 callon.
Toilet Sets, Toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cake, Cash, and Knife Ilae; Spittoons
Cuspidors, Children's lras
Fairbanks' Platfoim, Counter, and Kitchen
sMolme Plows, Shovels, Spade, Hoe. Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoe Handles,
Plow Handle and Ream
ICE CHESTS And REFRIGERATORS.
HALUWIN f-ODDKR CUTTERS-Three size. K
', and -inch cut, an A 1 article.
Warranted test snides New ork standard.
and carbolied, H, K Kt Kt inc
Hose, norrles and spnnkler, ic.
PLUMHER'AND TINSMITHS MATERIAL
Sheet Lead, a to n lb. ouare foot : Soil Pne
lead and cast Iron ; Water Closets, Casts
Sheet Tin; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned
14 to 60 01 : Hose Dibbs. Rosin: Sink
black and enameled ; ditto Wa&huands ,
Sheet atinc ; Soli oider. our own makr,
GALVANIZED IRON IPC H to inch; elbow
1 reducers, plujt, bushinc.
PIPE VICES, take i to 3 inch pipe; stock and dies,
cut H o 3 tch pipe.
BIRD CAGES Largest sariety in market, painted
bright, ani brass wire.
BABY CARRIAGES, BoyV .Wheelbarrow and Go
Hall's justl)-celebrated Fire and Burglar proof
sates. e keep in hock me largest asvort
tnent of Safes to be found west of California.
Cuts mailed upon application.
GE LETTS ICE MACHINES:
Jutt the thiW for use on plantations when
steam is awUable. Small sire makes t j lbs
tec in four hour ; second sire. 70 lbs, in seven
hours. Cuts, v.uli full direction for working,
mailed to your address on application. e
are authorized to delner the machine
alongside at makers' prices, adding only cos
ot packing c&scs and freights.
CU9T0M WORK of all kinds In tin.
sheet iron worVinc attended to. V
over store. Work executed by competent
workmen at reasonable price.
BEAVER BLOCK, FORT STREET.
''Nimble sixpence better than a slow shilling and
1ST DONT FORGET IT. Ml 151 if
II. J N0I.TE, PROPRIETOR,
Bf j 10 tnnounct to his frinJs tnJ ths public In
era! thtt ihs tlovc Saloon prov'kl.s
cm j a. St., till urn
cokstahtlv on iiaxd,
Od of HnintticW & llalls scclsbratsd
ll coniwttd with lh tatbUshmcut, hsi. tovsrs 01
Hi. cue can tllictlAls.
at Kamolani Tabic
Is now opto dslly, hfs Rsfrcslimcnlt may b htj tt
all limes on short nuK.
II. J. MULTt., I'roprittor.
AINU X CO
MASS A LASI.S STOCK Or IMS
VERY MEST HAY, QKA1N, ETC.
bUh Is OCT,lsJ SI lbs
LOWBS.T MARKUT BATHS.'
s4 ilsLvsitil fiss IQtty tsu( of ths city
Agsus fdf Iba
J'a.Jyt. Jfuluul .I. Ittt iirusir. C.
CtumutUMUf of Ikisils fvl lb Msts vf CtUvroit.
, '? 3arC
HAMnuno-MAODnntino fihu insur
anrs Comptny el llsmbiirg.
llulMlec, MrrLhsailW, I urnflms aiv.1 MatMattv
llMtrt,! sffetmt k an lh Mewi fsriaMs miivt, t
ptny of Ilerlln.
F A MllAKFIHt -Ce, AUK.YT.1
I1w tlv Insersfice tremiefly, has esssfilkikiaj a
tleeMsl Asemy hsts, ami lfr imdrtetiwnL (Tlirl
Wenlt ar anlhorlf,l to tsls riVs sfisHssl ihsdsftges s
,4 ih Hwss ti lit most teasonsW rsies tad en its
imel fstorttil ttrms.
pHBMUN IIOARO OP ONDltlUVHITItRS.
t A ,TtMAAAC Aft'l
AIoarsnls (or lli
Drrsilnt Itettil of Unilctwtlters,
Vienns Itotrd of Unitfiwihers,
lurllit Hawaiian Itlstt.lt
GnRMAN LLOYD MAIUNK INSUKANCK
Company of Ufilli.
The above InMirarrre lVntnr hAMiabfrWlK(Uit-
itsl Attemy htrt.nM the almtenUned, () AMM.
are atttWifeit to take Rk agAltiit lite itAttiets of th
S t (he mvMt tnttwMl. tates an. I on the no ra
F A KltAXFXR -Cr..It7.VrV.
Ilie above firm barfi been Apwjmet cm t tbft
company art j-trpate-l to Iriaire rUkt agirm me. on
st'nv And Uriel btilUlttfS nmt on .MirchtHliM ttored
tlrreln, oil the mot fAvurbl trrm For pAtttcalais
apply ai ineir onire 1
-1-UANS-ATLANTIC PIRR INSUKAHCK
1 Company uf Hamburg
HAVKFh'LD A r, Agwnti
(.atiiia! ami Reserve. . KeifhsniAik lVn,ua
' their R lnuranc ( oinimnte ' ioi,6go,ow3
Iota) . ReuliMHMrk io7,6fn,ouo
the A Kent 1 o( the aiAvr Lmnpany. for the lUwatfnu
Ulabds irepartd lo lnure Buildiniti, (urniture.
.MmbMiiUie aihf I'mduce, Machinery, etc, aUt bukiar
and Rice Mill, aiwl tesvels (n the harbor axaimt loss
or damage b) fire, nn the most fnifatile I tun. 1
UTUAL LIFR INSUKAtlCB COMPANY
of New York.
ti ILDRK A C, AGAXTS,
turirntt Sttfvit iimiI mnul tronnmtnit lAfr
lnnunthfr Cnmjmny tn Ihv ortlt
CASH ASSETS OVER ,000,000.
tor further Infunrutloii conctrninc thi LVinpany,
and fur rate of Insurance aip'r tothe Aftenti, ur to
J I Witemau, Solicit ina Agent l
ORTH-GERMAN PIRE INSURANCU
Company of Hamburg.
HACKFELD Ca, AGKXfS.
Latital ami Kere Rejchtmark 8,8jcs(oo
' their K InurKiiie Companies, " 35,0011,0110
Ihe Agent of the above Company, for the lUvvmUn
Island, are prrwred to nnre Building, Furniture,
Merchamlise and Produce, Machinery, etc . also Suear
and Rice Mill, and eelsln the harltor, asimst toss
or damage by Inc. on the most favorable term. 1
RITISH PORKIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Company. (L.lmiteu)
THRO. H. DAI' AS, ACRNT.
The abo,e agent hi received instruction to re
duce the rate of Insurance between Honolulu and
Port in the Pacific, and is now prepared to lsue poll
cie at the lowet rates, wiilra special reduction on
freight per steamers. 1
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
tfSfOP& Co., AGENTS,
Vullmltni lAnhlttty to .starMwMerM.
Assets ... $31,836,100
Reserve,. .... .75.9
INCOXtK FOR 1879
Premiums received after deduction of te-
Insurance $ 5-3. "95
Ise promptly adjusted and paid here 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIPE INSUR
ance Company of Bo ton.
CASTLK h COOKS, AGRKTS
INCOKI-ORATED 1 835.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance-,
Company in the United States.
I'otlrtrg IAitctt mt thrmnit I'arurahlr t fruit
EXAMNK Or NO roRfKtTt, RR FLAN J
Insured age 35 curs ordinary life plan
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, ta '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, 17 '
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 years. 46 "
5 Annual premiums continue Policy toyears,s6 "
Losses paid throuch Hnoluolu AgencVi .$49.0
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
C BRRH'RR & Ctf.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
IIULADELPIIIA BOARD OK UNDER
C. BKhWER 4- Co..
Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands. i
of ban rrancisco.
CASLK cV COOKS, AGAXTS.
W. SEVERANCE, '
i6 Caufosnia Sr., Cal., (Hoom No. 4 )
IIAWAUAX VOVSVl. .t COIIVI.SSIOX
HARLES BREWER m Co.
s; Kiluv SrkEKT, Hoston, m
Aiwxr.s or ii.tir.u.i.v i-ackkt.s,
Qrnrnl CoHiml.slcm AyenL.
bpcci.1 tttention given to the purchasing vt gouds for
tli llt.snan trail, rrrirht tt knsctt rtlss.
ENSON. SMITH, & CO.,
113 and 113, FORT STREET,
(SOBIIICKB & ftCHRIVs CStSSa-STKU HOUtKOMTlUC
THE COMMON SINaE NUKSINO HOTrLF.
SQUARE TO A CENT.
TIIK UKAKOS Of OVIl A( COKMS,
Wa do business on strict principle.
. has. only a tied ptrcenttKt at a profit
tiik vr.itcKXTAtir. osi.v ih Aintnu
jo tiik voir or rut: aoons.
W. nv.r dssltt. fic-nl the pile. Aard uudsr
tay clrcuuittnc. W. intrk fall goods
witn s.uinpnca u pitui aiturcs.
11t uev.r mlsreprss.nt or conceal tn. faults
VV &n artlii. ortsr.a tor sals.
W. .scbsuic. toods ch.srfully and return
mney ilulr.a:ly svhen unttl. to suit or
"A cKild of fie strt ctn buy as tLssp a. a sua of
ipsiIitK,." is fsukfully illur.lsd. '"'
UsVs au wlasls I Se the ntuet
m. amx co., ,'
TBMPLB OF FASHION, kV
l and ) Foil Sl(Mt, 1
A I Till. OLD flAND. NUMIU'U I KA.
Hlir.KT IUON WOKKl'.U,
PI.UMIIIlsTj lli AM. ITS IIHA.VCHIR.
Aitcclau Vcll Plpcrill sUca.
Nlnviiu iiikI llniitrcM,
UiuU Sain, &l..lslliitn, RUliuioml, flp lip, I'.Uc
Mors, May, Contiil, Oisn.1 I'rii,
Of, ra, Drib), Wren, Doll), Gyp,), (jurrn,
lUnl), Ann) KaiiKC, Msgnj Cbsils,
Uuck, Snpcrir, Msjtnrt. OkciiIa, AU.
I clite, Cl.atlfr Oak,
Nln t.ls, InwooJ and
OAI.VANIZnO IPON and COPPER I10IL1.R.S
FOR RANCH'S, ORAN I lli IRON WAKK,
NICK1.I. PUTr.t) ANI) PLAIN.
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sizes, And
laid on at lowtst rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hotino I'ttrnltliluig Good, nil kinds
All sues and grades, Lift and Force Pump. Ciiiern
, Fumrw, Oalvanlted Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet UaJ, Uad Pip Iln Plate
Water loseti, MatUe stabs
and bowls, enameled
CIIANDF.I.II.RS. LAMPS AND I.AN TURNS
BREWER & CO.
Otlir for Sal ths cargo of the bark
"MARTHA DA ViSf
Just arrived, the following hit of Mtrclandue
Light Exprs M'U(on,
EtBlon Tv$t t'urrt(e.
Vit tub rt (tint t'oat,
Common Wood Chairs
Pins Barrel Shoolts.
Ite Chests, No. 9, 3, and 5.
lobsters. 1 -lit. Tins,
$ Dean, jib. TJns,
Hay Cutters, No, i, t and 3,
ralrbnuht' Scale; So: 1,S, 10,11, Jll-V
Centrifugal Linings, 14 IikIic,,
ComptHliioti Nslli, 17 Inch and iK ch
L Mammoth Rockers,
Mtnlls Cordage, -,Mltd,
, Escelsior Mstlrcsses,
Gslv. I, MS Staples,
,'sraier's lkilr, so snd is C01U
hisal Rope, Assorted
1'eff.H- .tfw.il Ali.alnlHV,
1 1 sir Msllrsss,
' - Hide Poison.
Anmtled I cue WIi,:
, GJ. bsrittsud Wth,
,, c, 4c,
"ASTLE A COOKE,
.VlV H t
WoulJ call tttention to their Large ani
arld Stock of
Cem.Uttnt; f if, uftrtwIW Parte ft.e4
flue Mof. ft il Hil(efi. ivl rurroIntt I' J
ftfie StH lrwi-all tlret I1n4. Jr., Cull)
vsttrti, Dirt Suap-n,
Jotttt U(teii'a OiiUiX Plown,
I'Ulilari' II IK ff tti belt males
Distioss cirLniiRAiia) asn knives
ntaJe to tvrtler. Amu' fetrtiieU end SiJe,
Garden llors. (Zannl Harrows, 0
How, Yokes, Chain, rente
Sugar Mill RcqultcmcnU.
SUGAR BAGS, HUGAH KKOH,
Si-erm Oil, Cylinder. I .aril
Aiul Kerosene Oil, Perfect
a Lubricators, Plumlxigo, Al
bany Grease, Diinton's and
S, And J. I lies, nil aires and
kind. Steam Pack inc. Hat
and Round India Rubber,
Albeitos and Soap Stone,
t-Lix Packing, lndiaKub
ber IIoe,4 to a inch. Pipe
and Coupling. Nut atul
Washers, finished, Machine
Itoltt, all sire, Cotd presvd
Carpenter's Hammers, Pije
Cutters, Vituhe. 8 inch to
14 Inch, Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Or ind stones, Hct
American Ilirlronand tool
bteel, Itiiilders Hardware,
all kind and stjles, Hub
buck's Paints ami Oils, raw
and boiled, Small Paints In
Oil, In larce variety, J)ry
Paints, Umber, enetian,
Rett, Ochres. Metallic, Ac,
Whiting, Oerniin Window
Aktd sires. Manila Rope
No. 1 and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar. China and JapanTeas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruit, from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The liil
ir ieiei ttl, tt ruttm'ji CVii
trtj'ittnl LtntniH, 14 Inch, ltulter
SjtrlH't ttttfl VttHvtui JtruKt Just at
haud.Elake Steam Pump Valves, Pack-Ing-,
Ate, Blake Holler Feed, Julca or
Molasses, I rrlBfttiiic& Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGMMrNr
California Hay, Barley, PctAtoei, Panels
Salmon, llams, Asbestos Mature for Pollers r
and Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence Una
and Staples, Galvanized Roofing
Wilcox and Cibb's Automatic; Sincer MatnifiH luring
Compan, Assotted. Remington Company, tamily;
Uilson Alachines, the bet assoitment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
h every airlvsl from Ensland, New
' ork and San Francisco.
1 New Traotlon Kuullie, 8-hoito power.
Order from ihs othei IsUnd, filled tt flcst Rales and
' MESSRS. R. MORE At CO.
Kino Si-scut ,,llospivi.v
Wi.ilJ leg 10 notify the I'uLlic tlisl they
luve uu received a shipment of lh famous
' JIOUSnilOLB" SLWINQ MACHIN'K.
XdT Anyptrson uishlntopurslasaM.Insiuiu:hln
would do will lucsamln ihcnu
a number of supcrtoi
Double-barrel Breach-loading Shot Guns,
Winchester Rlftss, Kennedy Rtflss
Smith & WItsoii Revolvers.
A full s,K.itm.M of C.KRT RIDGES, Utts and
p.pr shell t and Sportsmen's General Supplies.
LtT Call tn.1 cstnilns our Slack I
Iftvtng in our employ t ft'st-clats l- and Gun
5muh, si tr piepared 10 do all kind, of repairing In a
firtf lss uunner and on shut notice.
Saving Jf urAf net repair.! urn! li.fjuatrif
And atl kin.ls of Iron Work nude and icptued.
WATER PIPE I WATER PIPE I
WATER PIPE I
V. lis, on hand a full supply
uijc. htllnus als.1 of llr., Gonds
& Gtlvaulisd iron
(or wafer and gal
from Wis 1 inches Inclusive, vblch .111 b. sold at
lusunabls prices. Lwiuialct glvsn on plans of t4i
work ttr wslrr, gas or ueaat. Uu hand at all llnrs
atnukry uooai as 10110. s 1
Afiilis, Uiii'iiis .Slop Hopfitn, Vtattr
CIvuU, Coll rii'., I. atl,
Musis 'l, Tt u.,
Orders ui lUs line will rsceti. psotapt siietulon.
J. EMMELUTH CO..
1 Nlvst. a.u 4 kschsmt ils
OT, MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
a ,s a 11 a 0 7i
Ittd In the beautiful vltUf ciSin Male, nn tlie
fttafctltht. In 1W5. rwrleen Inurutiois r.f repnU.
haud Uy team, ami are In isety wsjr sruntrd Un the
begf July 9
For fut tber infvmatl4ii an I rslslsjue, (ol mil.
CLUSTER & CO.,
tsvtii: rnr Arrnsrios or tut:
vvhi.w .t tovsritv .ukhlIIaxi.
in pattUular, to ihetr large and
tailed sMtortment of
i.u.simoito's rnitniMnit r.
Just retslrtd, 'I hi t atfcmjwledg'd
to be the finest pet fume In the
wot I J, All of one quality.
Otcat taricty vf oJ-jrt tl)les
and prices, also
(atl shapes and st)le)
, Photofcrnphera Snpplla
and the largest and mot complete stock of
ever kept tn this Kingdom. A
large Invoice of
WAHlim MKDiriHUASr.AX Hvosun
direct from Curope, free from
sand or dirt. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS & COS
J. C AYER 8c. CO'S
Horssford's Acid Phosphates,
Graen'a Aueist Flowsr & G.rman Syrup,
Atlcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray & Lanraan's Florida Water
Verba Duna Blttera.
OLLISTER & CO.,
arc alio Proprietors and Manufac
facturers of the celebrated
Agent fur Vm. S. Klmuill &. Go's
Vrritnt Vnnlty rtlr.
Tobacco atul CfirfrsM..
hkh htve no rival Th
largest aKirtnilit of
PLUQ TOUACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUK GINGER ALE & SODAIVAIEH
ha swa)s been tccognlied ts ths
bt In th mtrlet.
Ol'K OISGKK ALE EXTRACT
being mtQuftcturcd from our on
prlvtte formult In v
AERATED WATERS In Ptlent or Cork
Slopiiere.1 bottles ss desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, st NUUANU ST.
KKI'AIL, Cos. rOIir MERCHANT Sib
... .. y;ifpji,""ifrtiy
Vlill " MALLHUATK."
W hav rccciicd a further ronsignmenl of
Jlrtart. Mirref.,1 U'al.on Jt ro.'t Machinery
And bare now on hand, ready for delivery ;
Ons 1 (Ipls.Effict. on handsome bun staging, ronlttning
Ml 'tuaie feet of healing suifM-e, with I'umpnig
Ikigioe and discharging Montjus, complrl.
One Double ttTect, haling l,t iuaie feel of healing
turfc, wiih Engine and Montjus.
One set of Koui Wesione Patent Ceotllfygsl., wUh
Engine and Miss,.
On. set of Two Weston's Paleul CsnlrifugsU.
Ilatin lncie.-. fsoluUs fu the Manufacture J
these machinss, (ike Wet. Patent, for which, n
Uleal bilulo Us ss4rdli e are ihut snakled la ul.i
Ibsra at malsiitlly ltducsd (sictv
We haie a full tss4HmeM of Cenlilfugsl (
knlngs, Uaues, ru'-Ur bsjid and bushas, sic
Two Diagonal Engines, sa.ll 0 In. by II la.
CUrlKers, list Cooim, I bf 6 by 1 an.lt by I by ,.7
One cpaTe Top Roller for by in. Mill.
OntSptilSid koUrfv do. do.
One Spare lueravdlale Spur Wheel for geann Uda.
6Hf O. W. MACFARLASC k Co.
Senilism I'stjlK K. It,l mll,s fiom Sn fts
ttwi ami atillitr, Ihs IrtilMtn,, srs tiltnsi.
hrallh ami wmfotl iA lf tt.ltli, IHnlls hnlon
Ksr. Ai.rni:n i.kk hhhwiTji, m, a.,
wriuniiH a co.,
lmHltf( sad d.sUr,
And IStilMItiK MatrUl
t( all VIndf Juit received. s late airfvals, sever
tare and well itlecttd cargoes of
comprliinf all Ih must itosk ,T.f,
In Scantling, Timber,
I'lanki and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scant linff. Plane -surface
faced and rouiihltatien. Pi
Lattice and Clapboards
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All sires, of Ka stern ami California make, and for
Mte tn quantities tu suit, at low price.
Also, in Stock.
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine ajortment of
In lat at ttylM.
' AT LOWEST PRICES.
UNION FEED CO.,
laipoitsr, sad dsl.rs la
Cal. Hay ami Omi.m
On A fi;.l.. Sis
Telephone No. 17 s. ,
P. 0. Max 1,7.
QILLINGHAM & CO '''fijjfef
" . HavtfviU fecelted an .
lu vuliss uf Nw aMd p lrsVU Oo4a
Suit tat o the want of this nuuket,
nl a fttKMj line of
We w ould cell ihs special aissmlon
of Hsnlcrs 10 our
J'iiXmI Itoukte Mouhl Jroainf fltsr,
which ha, been pronounced the best of
lU kind ever uied In this country.
We have also received a
new lot of Ih.
DILLINGHAM BREAKINO PLOWS
10, 1,, 14 In., which ere airing paifsa
miMmiiui uhcisvei ikey.
UK MAX It IttVHKJktMMV,
The eoJUss salely of good wkkr,
w. ar now contttatly r.A ,
reiving are tie being:
OPENED rOk INSIECTION AND SALE
. AT THE LOWEST PRICE.' '