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thought that ma) imply, it sccnn tome
there is a greater difference tatween the
Magpie on Hotel street, which, in not
cry choice language perhaps, calls for
a cracker, and a well known physician
and the rotifcra with its acts seemingly
adjusted to no end, than between the
Magpie and the lowest savage.
And notice the difference of grada
tion in intelligence throughout the
animal world, from the lowest to the
highest. Do wc not find the law of
constantly increasing complexity to hold
good? I believe no rational interpre
tation of mind is valid which docs not
take into consideration the ps)chical
relation of man to animals ; yet in the
intellectual development of the infant
to adult man or womanhood, is suffi
cient evidence of progress. Watch the
new born infant. How does its intel
lectual condition compare with that of
n Newton? A few convulsive move
ments, indicating cither pain or hunger,
is about all we can say of it. Still
further on in its development, a few
sense perceptions, first noticing a red
something placed before it. Its intelli
gence seems on a ar with its move
ments simple and uncertain. Now,
as advancing age comes, the sense per
ceptions arc still predominant; then
memory, imagination, and finally the
highly complex reasoning faculties begin
to develop. This much is known em
pirically to every young woman who
essays to leach a primary class in our
schools. And here let it be said, that
if it were more generally recognized
and attended to, wc should have better
teachers to instruct our infants. The
fact, then, that the intelligence develops
in the same way that other things do,
is a part, and confirmatory, of the great
law of evolution.
And let me here disclaim in behalf
of evolution, most emphatically, that its
conclusions are "material." Its dis
coverers and promoters have been stig
matized as "materialists." No doctrine,
so far as wo know, has proven scienti
fically the difference between matter
and mind. As Professor Tyndal says,
if it be ttossible to prove that a right
spiral movement or a certain nerve,
excited by something externally, goes
on always in a given case, it docs not
explain the idea of red found in the
mind.' It is true that mind and matter
are intimately associated, and evolution
teaches that they hae a genetic con
nectionthus far and no farther may
materialism be attributed to evolution.
Lastly, whathascvolution tosay about
morals? Does it teach that morals are
intuitive or derivative ? In a sense it
says neither, and yet it holds to both
Perhaps the two theories of morals
best known by modern moralists arc
those of Locke and Kant. Locke took
the ground that the mind was a tabula
rasa a perfect blank, like a sheet of
white paper, without cither intellectual
or moral intuitions. This left both the
contents of mind and morals to be
written upon the blank page, and of
necessity both, when fully developed,
depended entirely on the scribblers
who happened to be nearest at hand.
Kant, with far more scutencss, observ
ing in the mind of man certain organ
ized intuitions, both intellectual and
moral, took the ground that morals
were intuitive; that these lately
developed moral intuitions were ulti
mate and incapable of analysis. Locke
believed what are called moral intuitions
simply result from what the individual
finds useful. It is easy to see without
further light that the supporters of
Kant would always have the better of
the argument. Although the law of
heredity was little thought of at that
time, the common sense of mankind
knew something was needed further
than "environment," to account for
the moral eccentricities of a man whose
environment had been good, but whose
morals from aomc cause were bad.
Evolution here steps in and, as in so
many other jarring system, reconciles
the two theories. It makes Ixickc and
Kant metaphorically, lie down together.
It recognizes in Kant's moral intuitions
the recently worked out law of heredity,
and in Locke's blank wge, the power
of surroundings, i t. of environment, in
determining the moral status of the
It would require more space and
more power than 1 (Wises to make
plain the elementary moral beginnings
of our race which evolution oints out,
and 1 would refer all those interested
in the subject to Mr. Darwin's Descent
of Man, and Sir John Lubbock's Primi
tive Civilization. Mr. Darwin believes,
and he offer abundant facts for the
faith within him, that the germ of
morality, as distinguished from mere
utility, is traced to the prolongation of
the period of infancy, as man emerged
from a very low condition. A pro
longation of infancy was the prime
factor in the family group, and the
integration of the family, the associa
tion for a long time of the parents
while rearing their offspring, at the same
time others being torn to them, is the
beginning of the family tie the cause
of associated groups. From the family
it is but a step to the tribe j and given
the tribe, however crude, it is easy to
trace the nascent moral life.
Those qualities in the savage which
aie most highly prized are strength and
courage. Heside the rude virtues neces
sary to his association in his tribe, he
must iwsscss bravery in war against his
neighboring trilw, lecause cowardice or
treachery on his part mayendiger the
whole tril. Here, the good of the
individual begins to give' way to the
general good. Private ease sub-,1
ordinates itself to the benefit
mi un, aiiu Miimini's-i ii uinisncu uy '
reprobation, and perhaps by death. I
A love of approbation begins to grow,
and those incentives to actions which
the tribe recognize as useful, at the same
time make themselves felt. Now in do
ing all this, the savage docs not stop to
reason out whether it will be useful to
the tribe or not j he does it, mot
likely from a love of approbation and
from icrhaps other simple motives, that
have grown in like manner. The
"utilitarian" philosophy begins even
here to fail,
('ranting, then, the genesis of the
moral faculty in the way, or something
like the way I have pointed out, let us
follow its full devclopcmcnt.
Moral conduct includes the whole
of conduct. Although many actions,
perhaps most actions, which every per
son daily does, arc a part of conduct
upon which ethical inquiry does not
pass judgment ; yet a survey of the en
tire conduct is necessary to the com
plete understanding of the moral life.
That life which is the fullest, in which
all the faculties arc within due degree
exert ised, would be recognized, I take
it, as the best, ', e. the most complete.
Duty to one's self, to his family and
to his kingdom is the highest kind of
The conduct of the savage does not
fulfil any one of these requirements
cwcpl in a limited degree. He is cr
haps concerned almost entirely in per
forming those actions necessary to self-
preservation. His family comes in for
his rare after, and arc of secondary im
portancc. As the tribe advances in
civilization, conduct is greatly differenti
atedits complexity increasing as
civilization increases. Note also, what
the difference is between whatisdeemed
moral in the savage, and that called so
in the civilized man. The immediate
good is always the greatest good with
the savage. Nothing more distin
guishes the highly civilized man than
the subordination of present gratifica
tion to future good an evolution of
conduct which the savage could not un
derstand, neither could it be of use to
him. Now, in the constant develop
main of civilization, do we not no
tice a concomitant evolution of con
duct answering outwardly to a corres
ponding moral faculty within ? So that
which has been found useful that
kind of conduct wiiich has been condu
cive to the fullest life of all, becomes
registered organically in the moral fac
ulty of the race, and this evolution
recognizes as the " inherent moral intui
tion." In conclusion let me say this doc
trine of derivative morals holds out the
highest hopes for humanity. It dis
tinctly discards utilitarianism. It most
emphatically enjoins right conduct, as
distinguished from" expedient conduct.
It points out to humanity the unerring
cettainty of punishment going along
with wrong action and wrong doing.and
as Mr. Isvarts well said, at the dinner
given to Mr. Spencer in New York :
"We must all agree that it is practical
(the knowledge given by evolution),that
it is benevolent, that it is serious, that
it is reverent ; that it aims at the high
est results in virtue ; that it treats evil
not as eternal, but as evanescent, and
that it expects to arrive at what is
soughtthrough faith in thcmilldnnium
that condition of affairs in which there
is the highest morality, and the great
est happiness. And if wc can come to
that by these processes and these in
structions, it matters little to the race
whether it be called scientific morality
and mathematical freedom, or by a less
pretentious name. " M. At. Scott, in
KJTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Fort StrsMt. Honolulu.
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I .land, urs itreTtnred to Insure Huildinst. Furniture.
Merchandise ana iTodnce, Machinery, etc., also bngar
and Rice Mills, and vessel In the harbor, against lost
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tij and in, KORT STREET,
IKE COMMON SLNSi: NUKSING I101TLE
SQUARE TO A.CENT.
TlIK HKASON Of OVIt Ar CCKHH.
Wa do bullneaa on ilrtct principle.
hae only (Sard percentage a. a proCt
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TO TUK COST Of TlIK UOODS.
never deelatt front the price lie.1 under
any circuvaiance. V mark at) gooda
with teUlaa; price la plain tfurea-
We never wluepeaent or conceal the fault!
of anj article sfertd for aale.
Wc t achauf f oodi cheerfully and return
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Untie Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-top, Palace.
Mora, May, Contest, Orand I'rlre, New KivaU
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, (.ypty, Quten,
Pariay, Army Range., Magna Charta,
Ilnck, Superwr, Magnet, Otceola, Ala.
meda, Eclipae, Charter Oak,
NioiUfl, Inwood and
Laandry Stove.. ,
OALVANIZKI) IRON ar.d COPPER I10II.I.RS
FOR RANCES, ORANITF. IRON WARE,
NICKEL PL.VTT.D AND PI4.IN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lovrtst rates, alio cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Houa Fttmlslilns Good, all kinds.
Alt fires and grades. Lift And Force Pump. Cittern
Pump-.. Glviuiled Iron. Sliet Opprr and
Sbeet Uad, Uait Pipe, Tin PUtc
Water CoMti. MarUe ilah.
and bow It, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS.AND LANTERNS
BREWER ft CO.
Otter for Sale the cargo of the bark
Jutt armed, the following list of Mcrchandiie
Light Exprtt Wogon$,
Extension Toy Carriage, ,
Common Wood Chairt
ry ' Pin Bantl Shooltf,
Ice Ctici. N01, a, 3, and 5.
,; Lob.tert, .lb. Tin.,
r Baam, )Ib. Tins '
Hay Cutlcri, Nos. 1. and 3.
ratHxink Hrates, Xo. $, JO, Ut lll-H
Centrifug! Linings, 14 Inches,
CorupotliioQ NaiU, iji Inch aul iV ch
Manila Cordage. Aborted,
fUlv. Fence Siailes. S.
Fanner's Boilers, to ami Coil
Sial Rope, Auortrd
Aow Shoe W,
VflioH- Mttml tktiklng,
RutUc Hom, ,
B WW "" -Rsfinad
Aaaeai.4 Few WW
Galv. Screws and WaJw
; -' fktgrw fen
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ASTLE A COOKB,
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Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Combing of the unrivalled Pails Steel
The Molme Strl llifnkers, and Furrowing Plow, Mo
lina Steel Plows all sues Ilanet, Jr., Culti
vator, Dirt Scrapers,
John Dera Gang Plow,
Planters HoVs of the hcit maVes
niSSTONS' CELEBRATED CANE KNIVES
made to order. A me 4 Shovels arul Spades
Garden I foes. Cnal I (arrow 1, Oi
Bows VoVes Chains, fen:
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS. SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder, l-ard
wid Keroene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators Plumhttfto, Al
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S. and J. rites alliliesand
kinds, Steam Packing, Hat
and Rmtnd India KuhW,
Asbestos and Sap Stone,
Fla Pack in c India Rub
ber Hov, Ji to 2 inch. Pipe
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Washers, finished. Machine
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Whiting, German Window
ass'td sizes, Manila Rope
Staple Groceries "
No. 1 and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and J a pan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES .-The IM'
are Keronene OH, llrafoii'a Cen
irtjuyat i,iniifa, 14 men, jsunoer
triHtflf lllflfa la) Uli.ll, niici
tiprtnq anl Vanrat llrahe Just at
Steam Pump Valves. Pack.
.tnr. kc.. Bl
Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Mohuses,IrrIgatlnB;& Vacuum Pumps
Weston' Patent Centrifugals Complete,
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California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, Hams Asbetos Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pi mi. terv chean. Fence. Wir
and Maples Galvanised RooBng'
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted; Remington Company, Family;
Wilson Machines the best assoitment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.'
New Goo by erery arrival from England, New
i ork and San Francisco.
1 Naw TimoUoB Emclua, 8-honss powar.
Orders from the other I .lands filled at Best Rales and
facialis, r. more a 00.
Kimi Sraarr. Honoi.uli'
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ha.e luit leceited a ahipmenl of ihe famoua
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would do ell loeaamine ihem.
a numWr ox tuDeitor
Double-barrel Breath-loading Shot Gum,
Wlncheeter Rlflea. Kennedy Rllei
Smith Wlaeoo Revolrara.
A fuU a.aortner.i of CARTKIDOKS, Im arut
uapef ahell ; and Sponwuen. General Suppli.u
ataT Call and caamlne bur StKk I
Having In our tmtJoY a nntU.l Lock and Gun
Smith, we are prepared 10 da all kind, of i.paltlog In a
nntlaa manner and on ahort notice,
Hearfr.t Machine rtguitred iih.1 amaialfrl
And altklnd.cTlron Work nude and rehired
ATER PIPE I WATER PIPE 1
WATER PIPE I
tUe hate on hand a full aupiJy of Galv-anlrcd Irott
wpe, fmingtaKoof Rra.a Good, for water and ga
Iron i W tnchee il.Ju.Ue, which will be aold at
feawmaUe prtcea. kuinutea fl.en on plan, of pipe
work for wutr.gaaor aicatu. On hand at aU lime.
Sanitary Good. a. folkjwa t
MauavlaHV., N aa.alUHrfa (MaiUe and Knameledk
JfeUie, Jfarvate. JW.ai HfMrt Water
VlH. Mull I'll, l4,
WamU fljie, Trmy,
Order tot thla tin. will recel.e prgupi aiuatloa.
O AMU EI. NOTT,
Importer and Iea!er in
Chandeliers, I J.mp, Pendants, Prtuk't tamps;
0 tubular, Side lobular. Boiling house,
and Police Lanterns Nurse, Pocket, and
1 able Lamptt (Jlo!s, Chimneys, Reflectors,
lamp Holders for sewtns; machines.
STOVES AND RANOFS Uncle Sam, Butk
Patent. RlchmonrJ, Ka Mol," Pert, Osceola,
Hawaii Aloha Almeda Flora.
.MISSISSIPPI RA.VOK-Cooklnj capacity or itwj
FRENCH RANOES For retaurant, hotels, and
prhate residences, with or without hot water
WF.STF.NHOLMS I X I. CUTLKRV:
A hne assortment of TaM, Desert, and Tea
Knives and Forks t Carvers and Steels, with
flain and ornamental Ivor) handles also
'ocket KnUrs. Rarors, .Shears. Button hole
and Ladies.' Scissors, Breid Knlses. eenuine
French Cnok Knives, Butcher and kitchen
ladies' Work'Stand Basket; Onic, Lunch,
laundrY and Market lMket,
DOORMATS -Assorted sires and patterns.
Roeers Brothers' ami Meriden Ptaiin(t Works
Vter and Cream Pitchers t Table, Uesett,
and Tea Knives; Fnrks and Spoons, Spoon
Holl-rs Napkin Rings, Children's .fiis
Pickk and Cruet Stands, Butter Bowls
Card Receivers, Fruit Stands, Prefer. e
Nickle mounted Tea Sets, tn part or whole
very neat and deliabl ( plain Cfmking
Utenils in large vftr.ty.
Milk Pans, Pudding and Lin Basins, Milk
Boilers ; Rice, Jelly, and ice-cream Moulds
new pattern In Stew Pans,
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned Iron, from 3 pint
Toilet Sets, Toilet Stand, Water Coolers
take. Cash, and Knifo Boxes; Spittoons
Cupidors, Children's Prats
Fairhanks' Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Motine Plows, Shos els. Spades, Hoes. Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoe Handles,
Plow Handles and Beams.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIOKRATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER CUTTEKS-Three sires,
1, 04, and 9-inch cut, nn A 1 article.
Warranted best grades New York Marvtard,
and carbolled, j, )l, t, 1K1 iMt a Inch
Host, noles and r-pnnklers, A.c.
PLUMBER AND TINSMITHS MATERIAL
Sheet Lead; 2 to 14 lbs. situate foot ; Soil Pip
lead and cast iron; Watet Closets, Cases
Sheet Tin; Sheet Copper, ckan and tinned
1 to 60 or.; IIoe Bibbs Rosin; SinV
black and enameled; ditto Washstands ,
Sheet. Zinc ; Soft Solder, our own makr,
GALVANIZED IKON PIPE Ji to a inch; elbo
T reducers, plugs, bushing.
PIPE VICES, tale 4 to j inch pipe ; stocks and dies,
cuts i to 3 Inch pipe,
BIRD CAGES Larceit sariety In market, painted
bright, anJ brasswire.
BABY CARRIAGES, Bos' W1eelUrr0ws and Go
Hall's justly-celebrated Tire and Burglar proof
Sfcs. We keep tn stock the largest assort
rrtent of Safes to be found west of California.
Cuts mailed upon application.
GELETTS ICE MACHINES:
Just the thine for ue on plantations wheic
Meant is aailable. Small i?e makes la lbs
Ice, in four hours ;econd sue, 7olbs, in seven
hours. Cuts, with full direction for uorkinz,
mailed to our address on application. We
ar nuiliorlttd to deliver these machine
Alongside at takers' prices adding only cos
01 packing cases ana ireignis.
CUSTOM WORK of aU kinds In tin, copir, and
sheet-iron working attended to. nrkhop
oser ore, orK executea oy competent
workman at reasonable prices.
BEAVER BLOCK, VOlft S"IREET.
"Nimble sixpence belter than a slo shilling and
tWVOtVT FORGET IT, j& ,05if
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
STEAM rLAXIXG M 11,18
Manufacture all kindt of
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Tsndavaj, toroU, aad baud aawtsg.
Ml kind, of rian'mg and Sawing, Moctliinj, and Ten
0RDF.K5 PROMITI.V ATTKNDfcD TO AND
Order, from the ottter l.land. aoliciled. ,ro6-qr
EMMELUTH & CO.
XhtXiam asul 4 Marokauit Stnata
Ifa.e on haud I line the
ALVA It ADD,
yH- I-A II ttlOS
AND XiMHLK STIII'M,
ASI Otllr.lt ItAMIKH.
Ajfemtfur IU MOKTARUF. and "MJI-ER.
IOK" Ranee, for Mttina: in brUk. tjatmatea pur.
ihAMd fe puttiue up the aame Mtth or witluHtt hot
TatiiH.iNi No. 111,
4, aUtSf KLVTM CO., . o
I Ncnaxy ahu 4 MaaiMaNT Si.,
A W.' RICHARDSON Co
UroeTiaa axn Daalaa. m
BmI; Mae. 'uri.iaM 0eMl, (.,
tViau), Tramlra, fmUtr;
Perfumery and Soap. WUtnaw WatiUt,
fine JeeU7, etc,-
Cuaxaa FoaT ad Muchaiit Siaaaia, Hokolvlu
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Ct MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN
lx)te.lintheteautiful vltlacecfSan Mateo, rm the
Established tn 1865. Fourteen Instructors of re put a
heated by steam, and are In eyeij wa arrangetl for the
lor further Information and catalogue, (tut out,
OLLISTER ft CO.,
ixriTK riir attention or Tin:
I'vnua .t conxritr hkiuiiaxts
In particular, to their laree and
earted a.riottment of
Ju.l rtc.ivr,!. Till. i. acknooleilled
to te the fine.c (terfunie tn the
world. All of one quality,
Oreat variety of otlor. .Ijle.
and price., a1v
(all .liapea and .t)1e)
and Ihe largest and mo.t complete ttock of
' PATENT MEDICINES,
ever kept in thl. Kingdom, a
large invoice of
WAsur.n MKntTKititAXKAX svoxai:
direct from Furope, free from
annd or dirt. Agenll for
PARKE DAVIS & COS
J. C AYER & GO'S
Horaeford's Acid Phosphate.,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
Allcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray & Lanman'a Florida Water
Verba Buena BItterr.
TJ OLLISTER & CO.,
are aLo Proprietors and Manufac
facturers of the celehrated
E U C A L O F O R M.
Agents for Wrn. S. Kimball & Co'a
Vrttgrant Vanity Fair,
Tobttceo ciMfl CIgareMrM
which hae no rivals. The
largest aortinent of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
THB KINGDOM. v
OUR GINGER ALK & SODA WATER
has always teen recofinlied as th
best In tli mar Vet
OUR UtXGKK ALR EXTRACT
being manufactured from our oti
private formula 'In
AERATED WATKKS in Patent or Cork
Stoppered hottlei as desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAII.," 59 NUUANU ST,
REfAll Co. FORT i. MCKCHANT STS
Q UG A R MA CH iVllR Y
We hatf rectUed a further coiiilgument of
JtVaara. Mirrrt$A Watwn L't.' Mrkiery
And hav now oti liarul, reads; for dshver)' !
Ouc Triple ElTtKl 4 wti handsoin Iron Mlng, ccantklnlng
3-OS wt feet of Jieal ng turface, with Pumping
tlngtiif aitd dlwcharging Mouijia, complete.
On UouLU-Effect, ha tug e, squart feet of htilng
surfatc. shlih Knglna and Mont jus.
One Mt cf puui Wii'si'i Patcni Ccntnual. 'uh
OnKt ofTwo Weuon's Patent Centrifugal.
laU lrta4 fadlitU for lh ruanufaKtitra of
ihesa nuchlnci, (lh Wrstoii IVUul, for which, n
Great iWUaln asplied), a thus tnaUtd lo offer
them ai mweiUlly rolucd (l.s.
We hat full asurtaent U Centrifugal sir-
Uolngs, Uawes, rubber LabJs aisd bis, etc.
Two ligoul Knuura, ah 6 Jn, by 11 In,
Chririrs I Ut CWu, tytbjt aod 6 by t Lv 1.7.
Out Sjr Top lUUer tut vd by ) In. Mill.
One Spar Skl Ktdltr for do. da
Out Spaut iUi tnfdiaJt Spur Wtuxl ft gaaitoji oV
iit O, W. MACFA1UJINK Co.
'j'oji nor s.
Southern Pacific R. R.,sr mile, from 5an Frneico.
lion and ability. 'Ihe hulMlns.. are etenve, are
health and comfort of Ihe radrtb 'trinity Semen
Hav. ALFRED t.F.E BREWER, M. A.,
Importer! and dealer.
And BuUdlnft Mte.rUl
of all kinds, just ricelved. tx late arrivals, sever
large and welt Selected cargoes of
comprising all Ihe uiual .tofk tire.
In Scantling', Timber ,
Flanks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantlinf, Flane-.urf.ce and rouali Board..ur
faced and roueh flatten., Picket., Ru.tic,
Lattice and Clapboard.
DOORS, BASH AND BLINDS,
All aires, of Fa'tern and California make, and for
aale in quaniltlea to suit, at low prices.
Also, im Stock,
WIIITK ZINC. PAINT OILS
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
CLASS AND SALT.
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine altortmenl of
tm latest stylets.
AT. LOWEST PRICES.
UNION FEED CO..
linpgrters atxi dtiUtrs In
Cat, titty and (train
ItUmt Ordtrt SUcitt.
Q A dlmbtrah tf.
Telephone Ko. 175.
V P. O. Ho 1 a;.
llaveluu received an
la vole mt ITw aa4 BJasasmU
Suited to the vantl of this aiarkel,
- ami a suod line of
t rj '
Wt ould call Ihe special ailentloa
r Kaniera la our .
f chI IXM.le MIA (Mrs Hw,
vhUli ba.;npr.KHUed Ike beat of
the kind e.ei urn in ihU country.
We have alto received a
Ma lul of Ihe
DILLINGHAM esRBAKINO PLOWS
10. 17, 14 In., which tut flvbf pcrfict
utlsfactlun whtnr ihy
I1 endlaa. variwv of goode M.
. ar. now rrnaajails; ty'
cel.luf are sas. Wtaa; , ;,
' s. . 1
OPENED IOK INSr-ECrmfc AND SALE
AT THE ibwEsVtralK,
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