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"" H""" "- " naKmow.wu! -tijiai' i','iroyw'wijwwafM;i
tutiuiu of 4it.tlim ami wage lacr
where Ihe) will work ho injurv Is sun
ilr to abolitri ihcm rntirely Thii
cannot be done by any little sit, by-ten
movement It tan only le done ly a
great popular upheaval of the )cole
il.rct ted to lint end.
lint ht ii njfMialrm ? Capitalism
ii that twtt of wealth nel to ntd tabor
to jKttlttfe moe wealth. Till in a
nutshell w the deflnttton of neatly all
potttteai economhts. We arccpt the
tleffrthrtm Now, ,i cajrstnl U that furl
rf tctufh used to akl labor to fmiutr
rtprr srWM, doe it not nccctMril)
fdltew that capital it the result of labor ?
If it does not, then wealth is of spon
UneotH growth. I ilwr applied to
In ml produces all wealth. I-and is the
repository of all things that wealth is
made from Capital must, it seems to me,
be some thing that lalmr ran use to
pmslure more of the same lind of a
thing. This certainly eliminates land
from the catcgoiy of wealth, !ecause
labor cannot tuc land to produce more
lihtJ. Therefore, capital is produced
liUbar. "Ism," to quote from Web
ster, is "from the Knglish termination
iim, denoting the theory, doctrine,
spirit, or abstract idea of that signified
by the word to which it is npcndcd ;
a dotciinc or theory j csjiccially, used
contemptuously or in a bad sense, a
fanatical tenet ; a specious, but wild or
visionary, theory; a plausible and capti
vating, but unsound doctrine." The
political economists for the last hundred
)cors hae illogically classed land and
other natural resources as utallh and
tafil.il, and consequently have led the
eople into the belief that there was
no cscae from the conclusion to which
they came. They reasoned : "Wealth
is a good tiling. To use part of it as
capital to help labor in the production
of more wealth is a good thing." I Icnce,
capital is a good thing. Hut the So
cialist said that was a pleasing and
captivating but unsound doctrine, a
specious theory, because they applied
the term capital to those things that
arc net capital, and therefore, in con
tempt for their theory of capital, the
Socialist coined the term Capitalism.
When the Socialists say they propose
to destroy capitalism, they mean that
they propose to destroy the use as
capital of those things that arc not
produced by !alor. Real capital
the product of labor they propose
shall belong to the producer. Do not
let anybody make you believe that they
intend to take away or to nullify your
right to capital that you have produced
by your own work. He who tells you
this is either ignorant of their object or
is the thief that cries " Stop, thief 1 "
Jostfh A. Labadit.
T.r I'ertfs f ItHtntffrtMttoti,
It is good policy on the part of the
state to encourage the immigration of
this class of eoplc ? Socialistic pau
pers. Why should the United States
consent to be the receptacle of the tur
bulence and discontent which would
have precipitated a general revolution in
Kuroe if some such safety valve had
not been provided? It Is a very beauti
ful role, no doubt, to be an asylum for
the homeless of the earth ; and many
of the homeless and discontented un
questionably find both homes and con
tentment on this side of the ocean.
Yet many more are undoubtedly home
less, not through the fault of this
government, but because they arc in
fcriorly cquippcd,physically or mentally,
and unable to assert themselves in the
struggle for existence.
As long as good land was abundant
and wages were high in this country,
many of these people were able to gain
a livelihood -here ; and for this reason
were made welcome. Hut of late jears,
the conditions have changed ; and the
struggle for existenccis now nearly as se
verc here as in Europe From a nation
ol a vast and evenly distributed pros
rity, we are fast becoming a nation
of millionaires and paupers, and the
stanch middle class, which should form
the bulwark against radicalism and re
volutionary upheavals is gradually dc
minishing in number, some rising into
wealth, but by far the greater number
sinking into poverty.
The natural increase of our popula
tion is quite sufficient for a healthy
and normal growth ; and by annually
introducing half a million indigent for
eigners, we are only heaping up dan
gers in the path of the republic, and
hastening to tcproduce, in a measure,
the state of society from which these
i cry people arc endeavoring to escape.
We may sentimentally (tersuade our
selves that it is the kings and nobles
they have fled from j but, in nine cases
out of ten, they would have put up
cheerfully with these inconveniences, if
they had had prospects of a good liveli
hood. If it proves equally hard fur
them here to obtain this, their grudge
against society is apt to become chronic
and will grow acuter witheach year. If
i m-quciiM- mc .-, i iicy tinE, in
stead of rise in the social scale, they be
come desperate and dangerous.
These Catilinarien characters, who
have cver thing to gain and nothing to
lose by a social upheaval, invariably
ccjinc to the front in times favorable
for a revolution , they are, in fact, what
a revolution feeds upon, Their very
existence is a menace to society , and
in New York and Chicago (and proba
bly in all large cities) they- exist in a
far greater number than the residents
of the fashionable avenues iuijccL By
every steamer from Kurope more of
them arrive and will conlintue to ar
rive until some law is passed,
much more stringent than the present
one, against paupers, discriminating be
twecn the kind of immigrants which we
.ant and those whiuh we do not want
At any rate it would be no misfortune
to the country If, during her nest de
lude, the malcontents of Kurope
would stay at home, or turn the tide of
immigration toward Australia or the
North 1'ole fjalmar If. Itcjiutn.
I'rtfmrlHHHttt !' H Am .'yl(A It
The ain which over-refined lecling
inflicts on us in our everyday life is
through the unnecessary calls it subjects
our symMthy to. We are too easily
effected by the so apparent sufferings of
others wliotn wejudge by our own stand
ards. Most refined and sensitive wo
men are (Mined to sec old beggcrs in
the street, especially after dark and in
cold or wet weather, or by the grief
of a poor old woman or man who has
lost a son or a daughter in the prime of
life. They measure all these things by
themselves, thinking how they would
suffer if they were in the same situation.
Almost invariably these kind emo-
'lions arc misplaced The sensibilities
of the old man or woman dressed in
rags and Wle with dirt are not the least
hurt by those elements of his or her. ion
dition. They mind the cold and wet,
and they don't like to be hungry; but
they rarely mind an) thing else. It is
considered brutal to throw them money
and then let them slip from one's mind.
Hut they don't care. All they want,
even the worthiest of them, those who
would work if they had a chance, is the
money or aid that gives them shelter
or food. They don't like unkind words;
but they do not miss kind ones. They
arc eminently practical; they should be
treated practically and without emo
tion. In a like manner a great deal of use
less lament is heard over the wretched
condition of people in tenement houses.
Philantrophists worry to see these poor
beings cooped up in a few rooms, get
ting along on the bare necessaries of
life, with no pleasures (such as refined
people like), and totally lacking in their
surroundings, those things which intelli
gent and cultivated people feel nec
essary to a bare existence. This is
measuring their misery by too high a
standard. So long as these eople have
enough to cat, a place to sleep and
something to wear-that is, so long as
they do not feel actual discomfort they
do not mind their surroundings. Practi
cal workers among the poor constantly
run across men and women who prefer
poor city homes to decent ones in the
country. This is due to the fact that
most poor people the lower classes, as
we call them have no fine sensibilities.
That may be fortunate or it may not be
so. 'Ilie fact remains the same.
The writer's attention was called to
this lack of moral sensibility among
poor people, or more properly, ignorant
and poor people, by his experience
after the burning of the Hrooklyn
Theatre some years aj;o. He had oc
casion to visit many of the families who
had lost members in that terrible
calamity. Those who died were almost
exclusively young men (they were in
the gallery) upon whom mothers or
sisters depended for partial support.
The burden of lament among the
mourners was all in this strain : "We
have lost the one who helped us make
a comfortable living." We never hear
a word of horror for the way in -whicl
these wretched beings died smoth
ered by smoke and flame, or suffoca
ted beneath heaps of struggling fellow
creatures I To a sensitive organiza
tion the thought of the moment or two
of suffering endured before death by
the loved one would have been simply
frightful, and tenfold worse than any
possible resulting pecuniary loss.
To our mind, therefore, the fact of
this lack of sensibility among the poor
is the principal justification of the
scientific mode of administering charity
which prevails in this day. Such
charity often seems hard and cold ; but
it certainly wastes no strength or time
in sorrowful expressions for the poor
who never realize the worth of such
feeling. The miserable beings who
need food and shelter do not care
about an) thing else, and the more'
mechanically or intellectually we re
gard them, the more can we accomplish
toward their elevation. We waste no
strength in tearful sympathy, and so
we shall last longer to do them practi
cal good. Moreqvcf, we can take
more comfort in life by avoiding har
rowing up our feelings, and since this
life is all that our modern thinkers say
we can be sure of it, it is just as well
not to be ripped up and torn to pieces
by emotions that really are uncalled
for. AVw York Hour.
TA. "C.mln, li,Hlui" a XtfMlrt.
A recent cssajist, Mr. Mahaffy, in
Macmillan's, has mourned "The De
cay of Genius," and, after, showing the
present lack of transcendant geniuses,
and the danger that their absence
marks the approaching downfall of our
present civilization, he puts the blame
for this unilluminated state of affairs
upon our levelling and genius-destroying
methods of education. All in all,
this is a mournful view of a very inter
esting subject- Hut, if chronology is
to be trusted, it is rather early as yet to
speak ol the "decay" of genius ; it
"slumber" may, indeed, be prolonged.
but not to any alarming extent If by
genius we mean the power of creating
whole eras of thought, and conquering
empires of whose existence, even, the
highest talents had no conception,
then these epoch-nuking men have in
deed been few and far between. The
interval between Shakescarc and Sir
Isaac Newton, the silence between
Newton and Clotithc, the lack of n
world-genius since fioethc's dcath
thesc arc illustrations of the ebbs of
that tide that ever and anon turns and
swells through the long emptied chan
nels with virile life and new force.
Hut it is said that the nineteenth ten
uity expected, by reason of its more
universal education, an abundant gift
of the fine gold of genius ; that in
these days, surety, no firc-sp.uk should
ro to waste, nnr burn out unheeded in
the wilderness of neglect. The nations
look for their prophet and leader, but
whether it be as some say, the fault of
science, or of sham education' of the
masses or of the levelling tendencies of
democracy, one thing is certain, we get
no more of the gigantic and awe com
pelling intellects- thus far, at least, all
The broad basis of a world full of
well-traincd talents, swift to appreciate
the true genius when he comes, is the
hopeful promise of the future. Human
ity, viewed in the aggregate, has set it
self tojhc tak of criticism, of condensa
tions, of !a)ing foundations, and it may
very well happen that for some genera
tions to come no new Shakcpcarc will
The world compelling genius of the
future is to deal with far more subtle
problems than his predecessors had.
What amplitude of knowledge he will
have; what majesty of apprehension ;
what royal use of science; what supreme
transfiguration of the varied labors of
thousands of talented men throughout
this complex era; what union of frag
ments into perfection I Everywhere,
in art, in song, in literature, we find the
longing for this " coming genius" ex
pressed, with the backward glance to
more splendid eras; and yet, after all,
we find the hope that genius will return,
that it sleeps in patience and shall wake
I firmly believe that the coming gen
ius will be a socialist. -John Swinlon
in Arrw York Sun.
Says the New York Observer : "One
of the most striking features of nihil
ism in "Russia from the beginning has
been the number of educated and high
born people who have been directly or
indirectly connected with the conspi
racy. In fact the Nihilist propaganda
has derived it main strength and in
fluence from the support of the higher
classes. Students and professors of
science have been among the principal
offenders arrested by the government.
Disclosures of this character led to the
suspension of the University at Kief
and the interdict on the importation of
books. Among recent cable dispatches
we have the intelligence of the arrest of
a band of conspirators, among whom
were many aristocracts and ladies. In
spite of the severe and cruel measures
of the Russian Government, it is evi
dent that the spirit of the nihilists is
not broken nor their strength materially
- BREWER dt CO.
Oflcr for Sale the cargo of the bark
Just Arrived, the following list of Merchandise
Light KrprtMa Wagon,
jrtenlon Top Carrlag, y
Common Wood Oialrs
' Pine Uerrtl Shocks
Ic Chests, Not. a, j, ami $.
Lobsters, I -lb. '(Ins,
. ian jib. Titse,
Hay Cutir, No, u? and j,
A alt Grease,
Fairbanks Seates, Xo. 7,8, 10, It, II1-9
CeoUsfugal Unlnji, 14 loch,
CompotJtton NtUt, ti Inch and I V lh
Manila Cordis), Auofted,
Gal. Fence StfJts
rawer'i UoUn, and a kCotW
Sital Kt, Arftt4
IV How Jfif MAtlMimg,
GaU. Siwi a4 WaaU
HAMDURG-MAODRDURO PIRR 1NSUR
a nee Company of Hamburf ,
Puildin, Men tun. W, r'urnlture and Machinery
Intured agatnM r ir on the mot favoraM Urtntt 1
FORTUNAORNHHAL INSURANCE COM.
pany of (lettln.
F A SCHARFMl A- Ca, AGXXTS.
The atove Inturanct Cotnmny, hae etabiithrd a
(Irhrral A ferny hf, and the tindmfcned, Ueneral
Ajtent,arauiFuitiredtataV title aitinti ihedanieM
or the Seat at the mot reaeonaUe ralet and on the
rnttnt favorable tetme.
DRRMHN ROARO OP UNDERWRITERS.
F.A SCitAhFKKMC Armt
Alw a rent for the
Dreiilen Hoard of Underwriter!.
Vienna floard nf Underwriters.
Forth Hawaiian hland.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCH
Company of Hetlln
F. A. &.ifAKFK Ia, ACRXTS.
'Hie aWe Insurance Comjny hae ettaMithed a Gen
eral Aeency here, and theatwefctKned, General Agent,
art author wed to lake KUke again! the danger of the
Sea at the most reasonable late, and on the mot f
HAMRURCURRMRN IMRE INSURANCR
'. A. SCttARFRR J- VACRXTS.
'I he aloe firm hatlntf leen appointed agent of thi
company ar prepared lu irur ritk agnlnU fire on
Stone and llrkk building and wi Merrhandite twed
therein on the tnort faroraMe term. For particular
apply at their office t
TRANSATLANTIC PIKE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
It, HACKFRt.n A C., Aftmts.
Capital and Ketene . . Ketch mark r5,ao,cin
their Reinsurance Companic ' tot, &$
. , Retchtmark tP7,65j,t
llie Agent of the above Company, fur the Hawaiian
lilaml, are prepared to intwe Huildingt, Furniture,
Merthandt ami lYoduce, Machinery, etc., alw Sugar
and Kite Mill, and ! In the harbor again! lot
or damage by fire, mi the most favorable tetm. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
II ILDKR Ct., ACS.VTS,
iMryrnt, Stifmt mill imI .Voilfl Life
jHiurnnfr ComjHlHt lit Ihf H'orltt,
CASH ASSETS OVER $9r,ooo,oco.
For further Information concerning the Company,
and for rate of Insurance apply to the Agents or to
), K, Wistrrun, Soliciting Agent. 1
ORTH. GERMAN PIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg1.
it. itACKFRLD V C., AGRXTS, 9
Capital and Heterve. . ....nKftctiMnark 8,8jo,ooo
' their Ke-Inturance Compame ' 133.,'ouo
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
liland, are prepared to Insure Uuilding, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., alo Sugar
and Kke Mills, and ecls in the harbor, against low
or damage by nte, on the most favorable term. t
BRITISH POREIGN MARINE 1NSUR
anct Company, (Limited)
THRO. It. DAl'lRS, AG EXT.
The above agent ha received instruction to re
duce the rate of Insurance between Honolulu and
Porta in the Pacific, and U now prepared to iuue poli
cie at the lowctt rates, with a special reduction on
freight per iteamer. t
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
ilfSfOr& Co., AGENTS.
Uiittmtteil tAtthUtty to Stockholder.
Reserve....... , 6,730,000
INCOME rOR 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance.. $ 5.34195
losses promptly adjusted and paid here. 1
BW ENGLAND MUTUAL L1PE IN3UR-
ance Company 01 Boston.
CASTLR ft COOKR, AGRXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States!
Poltetrs Jutuctt on the moat J-Utrontbto Term
Losses paid through Hnoluoln Agency, $40,000
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. DRF.iVKK 6- CV.. '
Affenti for the Hmw&llan Islands. i
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C. BKEH'ER & C.
Agents Tor the Hawaiian Islands. 1
UNION MARINEINSURANCE COMPANY
... of San Francisco.
"castle & COOKE, AGEKTS.
Incorporated 1875. I
TT W, SEVERANCE,
Vfi California St, Cat., (Room No. 4.)
KAWAMIAS CQXHVt COMHIHHWX
fMIARLES BREWER ft Co.
97 Kaav Strkbt, Borrow,
AOKXTS OVUAWAHAX PACKETS,
General Commilo Agent.
Special attention given to the purchasing of good fur
the Hawaiian trade. Freieht at lowen rates.
BNSON, SMITH, CO.,
113 and us, FORT STREET,
.oaiiCKii&.scHtacK't ctia.aAT.D mohoomthic
THE COMMON SfcNSE NURSINO BOTTLE
OQUARE TO A CENT.
TIIK MKAHOXOr UVK HICVKM.
W. da busln.ts on strict principles.
h only a s4 parceataf . u preaH
THK VKHCKSTAQK USLY IH AltDKU
XO THK CVMT Ot TIIK UOOD. ,
We sttver deviate (roa tbe price Ised mauler
ear ctrcotutaac. We mark all nod
with aeUsf price la alala afiuee.
We aerer telsresrewat or coaceal tae.taalte
0 en? article cere4 be uU.
Weescaaace aeodi caaerftiUy and return
joaey wiabsly waeei aaable u east ar
"A cWld of tit years caa bur a. iht.y at a Baa vt
apuwaet.-.-u bilhluur UJiutralxi
Maa. no uiula I tin tae Mate of
. CVHXA VO.,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
ei aad , Fart Stnat,
CmnUe mnd MnUdtr.
All Unlt JolUc prjstv attastuUl to,
Ti-wM No. ij. Wmnwmmrittfnm Ottc
Sor, H ta Kino iiir(. -.,,.. ,.Motuu
'ASTLE A COOKE,
HoNottat. II I.
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
(mdlnj of the umlvalVd Pari Steel
the Muline Steel HrraVtn, and Furrowing 1'Iow, Mo
line Steel Plow3-.! ,re-tanet, Jr , Culil
valors. Dirt Scraper,
John D4rVe Gnutf Plow a,
Planters Hoe of the Lett nutlet
DISS10NS CKLEIIKArK!) CANK KNIVKS
made to ordrr, Aine Shovel and feimJes,
Harden Hoe. Canal Harrows, O
Hows, Yokes, (Jruelns, Fenre
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Cumbrian d CosU,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder, lard
and Kerosene Oil, I'crfect
Lubricators, riumharTO, At
bany Grease, Hisston's and
S. and J. rile, all sire and
kind. Steam Packing, rUt
and Round India Rubber,
Attt09 and Soap Stone,
FUx Packing, India Rub
ber Hose, )Z to a inch. Pipe
ami Couplings, Nuts and
WaUiers, finished. Machine
Holts, all sire. Cold pressed
Ittack smith's, Knglneer's and
larpcnters Hammers, 1'iiw
Cutter, Winches, 8 inch to
34 inch. Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Hest
American Bar Iron and Tool
Steel, Builder' Hardware,
all kinds and fles Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and boiled. Small Paints In
Oil, in large variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic, &c.
Whiting. German Window
s'td sites, Manila Rope
No. t and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crashed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: im J'nf
ace KeroHene Oil, Ve.tan Cfii
trtfitgal lAnlng, 14 Inch, Rubber
Spring ami Canva Jlmke just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Inf. Ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating A Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO OH CONSIGNMENT f
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrels
aiinon, naaii, auciui atixiurc iur juuci
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanued Roofing
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic: Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Remington Company, Family;
Wilson Machines, the best assortment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
New Goo by every arrival from England, New
" ork and San Francisco.
1 Ns)w Traotioa Englnss 8hors powr.
Orders from the other Islands Ailed at Best Rates and
nx-aas, b. more a 00.
Kino St.sit.. Honolulu
WaiM U( to notify tlie Public that th.y
bav. ust reccivtd a shipment 'of th. famous
HOUSEHOLD" SEW1N0 MACHINE.
aW An j pcrioo within, to puahaaea sewing mechlo.
would do well to examine iben. -'
a number of uijrioi
Dwele-banel BteachJoadlnf ShotOens,
Wlach.st.r Rifle., K.oaedj Rifles
Staltta WUsoa RerolTers.
A full auoctm.m of CARTKIDOES, brau and
paper shU ; ami Kponunen's 0nral supplies.
' Call and caamlne out Stock I
Ifavmf In our employ a ftm-class IJxk and Gun
Smith, w. are pctpend lo do all kind, of npaulnc In a
Ant-class manner and on short notice.
eerd n, M.tAttt: rjM)4re4 and aUuefeil
And all kinds of I run Work made and repaired.
ATER PIPE I WATER PIPE
waiir rirav 1
We ha oo hand a full supply U Galvanised Iron
ppe, attlag s alao of Urate Good lor vaier and f a
frwa to s laches Ui.tu.lre, vl.UK will be ail u
reaaoaaUe price. Estituaits give wt plus of pipe
work fw water, gaa of ncaa. On hand at all timet
Saaiury Gowda as foUowt ;
Mlmk, Jfrfss4 MUp Mpfr9t Wmto
VU40, BU etw, Lom4t
Wi rip, Trmp,
Orders Ui UIs lutt will rsxeite proanpt latteailon.
Uvvamv amd 4 Maacaiajfr S?a,
ImptHter arl Heater (11
t,hantlrlieri, I .amp, Prndants. Uracket lmpsj
O '1 ulttiUr, ' Side 'I ulmlsr, lloiln houe.
and Police luintrrnsf Nune, Pnclrt, and
'I able laamp J GtoUs, thimneys, Reflector,
luimp llcl-Ur for bc1ik machines,
S10VF.S AND RANUFS-Uncle Sam, UuitA
Patent, Rlchmoml, M Ka .Mol," Pert, 0rrela,
Hastail Aloha Almede Fhra.
MISSISSII'I'I RAN(lK-CooVlr.t( ripactty or too
l-'RKNCH RAaNGKS-Kor reuanratits, liutel, and
prleate resilience, with or vtltttont Itot nater
wmr.NHo.eM'.s 1 xi cuii.kkvi
A tine assortment of Table, l)eert, and lea
Knives ami Fork ( Carver and Steel, with
J -la In and urnamentsl Irory handle ( -lsJ
'octet Knive. Raror, Shear. Hullon hole
and ladies' Pcisstirm, Uiend Knive. genuine
rrtnch Cook Knteet, Huichcr and KiKheu
Ijtdies Work-Mand llaskct t OtTitre, Lunch,
I jiii ml rv and .Market lUskelv
DOOKMAPSAssorted sue and patter 11.
Koirers Hroihers'and .MerlJcn l'lattng Woiks)
Water and Cream Pitchers: Tabic, Desert,
and Tea Knive! Forks and Spoon, Si won
Holders, Napkin Ring, Children's Mum
Pickle and Cruet Stands, II utter Howls,
Cjird Receivers. Fruit Stands, Preserve
AUAIK WAIU. 1
Nickle mount ei I Tea Sets. In wtrt or whol
very neat and ilesliabla I plain Cooking
Utensils In laree variety,
Milk Pans. Pud J ins and plain Uailns, Milk
I toilers 1 Rice. Jelly, and Ice-cream Mould
new pattern m Stew Pan.
SAUCKI'ANS Knameled ami tinned iron, from j pint
Toilet .Sets, Toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cake. Cah, and Knife Hones; Spittoons
Cuspidors, Children's Tray
Fairbanks' Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Moline Plow, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos. Hoe Handles,
Plow Handles and Ream.
ICK CHKS-1S and REFRIGERATORS.
11AI.DW1N FODpER CUTIKRS-Three sires,
ii i)4t ad 3-inch cut, an A 1 article.
Warrauled Ixst crade New York standard,
and carMUed, X. )U t, )(, ttft 9 Inch
Hose, nortles ami spnnklers, &c.
PLUMIIUR AND TINSMITHS' MATERIA!,
Sheet Lea J, 9 to r1 Ibn. sfiUAre foot ; Soil Pipe
lead and cast iron , Water Closets, Case
Sheet Tin I Sheet Copper, clean and tinned
14 to 60 or. J Hose llibbs. Rosin; Sink
black and" enameled: ditto Wahtands ,
Sheet Zinc ; Soft Solder, our own make,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE Hto Inch; elbows
T reducers, plugs, bushing.
PIPE VICES, take to j inch pipe ; stocks and dies,
cuts to 3 inch pipe.
BIRD CAGF.S Largest variety in market, painted
BABY CARRIAGES, Ho)' Wheelbarrows and Go
Hall's justiy-ceUbratcd Fire and Hurgtar proof
Safes. We keep in slock the largest assort
ment bf Safes to le found west of California.
Cuts mailed upon application.
GELETT-S ICE MACHINES:
Just the thine for use on plantations wheie
steam is available. Small sire makes i lbs.
ice in four hours; second sie, 70 lbs. in seven
hours. Cuts, with full direction for working,
mailed to your address on application. We
are auihoriaed to deliver these machines
alongside at makers' prices, adding only co
of packlng-catcs and freights.
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds In tin, cvpper, and
sheetiron working attended to. Work-shop
over store. Work executed by competent
workmen at reasonable prices.
HUAVKR I1L0CK, FORT STREET.
"Nimble sixpence letter than a slow shilling" and
tar DONT FORGET IT ju tojtf
CONTRACTOR and IIUII.DKR,
STEAM 1'X.AXItfa ATI hi, S
Manufacture all kinds of
and at! kinds of wood-work finish.
Tsu-miag, aorvll, and Imad aawtmo
All kinds of I'lanki, and Sawin,, Mortlw!,, and Ten
ORDERS PR0MI1LV ATTENDED TO AND
Orders from the other Islands solicited. . loontr
EMMELUTH . CO.
WW a Kaaavam aasl 4 Sfarsslusat' ate U
Hare on hand I line the
Air AHA DO,
IU A MOM U MOCK
OVM C HOICK,
4KB HiMMlK uxor.
AMU OTMKH KAN UK.
. Ai.nis fge IU - MONTAGUE" and SUI-ER-IpT
Kaa,.s foi sMtin, la Uitk. EWat.s pu,.
taawd lor puulne up tin teat, wuh or wiihoui hot
water connect tonSi
TaiaraoN No. u.
ef. atssaxiTTai a oo.
t Nciia.u aao 4 UaacaaMT Srs,
eo,. Aas. it.
BUtTBRICtCS CUT PATSR
Aaesiolrof USMtitale. jsut ieoe)ed-ta to re
'aeiii eat etoaik- eel fee sale Ml
OT. MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
Under Mill tar
I xx ted In the Unuttfut vUlsge rSan Mates, on the
Establuhed In tlA$. Fourteen (nstntrtors rvf reputa
heated by steam, and are In every wty arnnged fw the
be tins July t
For further Inf.irmatton and catalogue, utt out,
OLLISTER ft CO.,
tSriTK Tltr .ITTK.VrH.V Of TIIK
VVItl.K! X VOVXTItV HKH..IIAST.
in pellicular, to their In,, snd
varlrd amorlin.nl vl
Just received, Thi Is acknowledged
to 1 the finest ieifune In the
wulJ, All of one quality.
Great variety of odors it vies
and ptUe, alto
CllaIold Trni ;
(all sliapes and style)
and the largest and moat complete stock of
ever kept in this Kingdom, a
large invoice of
WAHUKIt MKMTKHKASKJX HI'UKGK
direct from Kuroite, free from
sand or dirt. Agents for
J. C AYER COV
Hortefor'd's Acid Phosphates,
Creen'e August Flower & German Syrup,
AUcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray a l.anman'a Florida Water
Yuba Buena Bitten.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and Manutac- s
, facturers of the celebrated
Agent for Win. S. Kimball & Co's
fragrant Vanity fair,
Tobacco and Clgarr
which have no rivals. The
largest assortment of -'
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
" THE KINGDOM.
OUR GiNGER ALE & S0DAWA7XR
has always been recoKnlied as the
best In the market.
OUR QtXGRR ALE RXTRACT
being manufactured from wsir own
private formula In
AERATED WATERS tn Patent or Cotk
Stoppered bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE a RETAIL, 39 NUUANU ST,
RETAIL, Cos. FORT a MERCHANT STS
PKM " MALLSQATK."
We have received a further conslanakent of
Jfeaar. Jftrre.e.l re)feisetCa,'JrejM4nere;
And have now on hand, teady for delivery t
One Triple-Elect, on handsome Iron stasias, conlalnlns
J,4j j square feet of heeling surface, with Pumping
Engine and discharging Monijua, coasflste.
One DouUe.EBTct,haviag e,soo suare feel of keaiiag
sulfate, Uh Engine and Munljus.
One eel of four Weeton's Peleat Centrifugals, Ua
avngine and Miser,
One Mt of Two Weston's Patens Cealiifiigsli
Kavin lncreaal Cedliliee for ike sjianufanure of
theM aaachinee. ihe Wastoa Paaeea, km arkica, n
Creel Brkaln has eaairedX e are taut enabled to efee
theea at auserlally redoced atlcee.
We have a full aasortaseal of Cealrifuaal snare
lialage, krsisei, ruUUt heads aad raisaes, etc.
Two Dseaoasl Enftnee, each la. by it la.
dartfers, fUl Coolers, I by by e aad t by , by i.j.
Oae Snare Tea RoBa rfar ee by 4 la. MiH.
OwlenaelteJle,lef do. do.
South.rn raclhe R, R., timllrs from Kan Francisco.
tlnn arxl sbllily, Th. kuildin,. aie ssltnslve, ere
hlih and tomfott of th. l.J.lt. Trinlir Saeilea
Her. ALFRED I.EE IIRF.WF.K, M. A ,
Imporltrl and drains
And Betlldlac Material
of all klnJi, Juii iK.ltrd, ei late airirals, sever
larg. and w.tl stlKttd rargos ef
coi.ptl.ing all ike ueuel stock ebee
In Scantling;, Timber,
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scan! tin;, 1'lane surface and rouih Boards
faced and roueh Battens, Pickets, Rustic,
Lattice and Clapboards
DOORS, BASH AHD W.OOM,
All sires, of Eastern and California maka, anil far
sale in quantities to suit, at low pricet.
Also, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC. PAINT OILS
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT.'
AND WHITEWASH BKUSHaSS.
t A fine ajaortmaot of .
la Utaat stylsia.
.AT LOWEST FSUC
UNION FEED CO.,
ibaeeters end eeelere la
Cml. Hay eiNet Oraiie
Goods pi omptly delivered.
Qmm A Matwel a
T.lvphon. No. 17$.
P. O. Boa is;'.'
, ir - t -j-msr
Have Jeei received an
Salted lo ike wants of tale
and a goad ae of
We would call tae a
of Heaters le oar
rmlml AaesMa JfaeaW JNeaatf Irtaaa.
Ike kind ee ueed ktsueagejeeay, '
We have also receiveaLa,, i ' "
new lot of let, Pfc k
10, is, 1, la, waleat ate ajviaa aeefaai
Tae s.Hsss vaesHea)ae.eja
OrWM W'iaWICIW, asw tdaa'
at thsj uemwt 1
tiHs- 43. W, mUOHMUMM Cat.
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