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Mralolitferirant Krpotltlon byn I.oenl
Pnlrr,. C.rif.nAV Pbr.Cr Vour ,
Umtm... t n1,1l.h.nf m mevlous communi-
cl!onsanl yo.1r9.vov.al in a recent Issue nfi
your valuable journal of the adoption of the
bwautlfol ientlment of Professor Gifin.m of the
John HofAln's University, concluding with
the noble word?: "Never be afraid of Ih'etruth"
entourage me In the fillowing comment Uwn
j-mir article heided " DestructionIsm."
"Vouhavc put n ffighteninp, capon your
lieliy (Destruction IsAi), but upon closer In
spection tint cap don not Tit it; and seems to
hate been exchanged erroneously with that of an
old wretch, who travelsand linpmcs upon man
kind under a " latv-and order" rapj or else
your comiiosltor (perbatis another of those
terrfWe " Destractlnnists") mint have vtmltirnl
on untiithorlm! rnolification df)our copy. Tor i
you say t " It is the ultimate destruction of
esrttirp; Involutions and the establishment of a
Utter condition of things, at which all four is-:
mlst( meaning Agrarians, Cnmmunisls,.Soefal j
istsand Nihilists) aim." tt is self-evident I
that the aim here is really the "establishment
of a better condition of things" and that the
"ultlmste destruction of enisling institutions" is
limply a necessary preparatory work for the
accomplishment of the aim. The following
sentence in the self-same article is a plain evi
dence of that i
" We, whom the mitho.lt of many of the
isrnets nave repciien, ouen lose signt twin ol
tnefrafWMroitneirr.waniunc "wa - ,
. of their mtthnh." Here you kindly '
discern furfo,, from mtlMt; you approve of j
tnc.-r.r am. eve.. uKKC,i ,. cscusciu. l.ic
nartii mrjHr, now men can you consisicnuy
call us " Desrructionlsts?" Would you call a
man a " destruclinnist," who, intending to
construct a beautiful building upon a spot
where an old shanty stands, is obliged to teir
down the old shinty, before he can build up
his palace, especially, if that old shanty is so
rotten as to endanger the lives of many people,
if permitted to tumble down, unexpectedly,
which is inevitable vioncr or later? You would
be very unwilling to call that man a "de
slruct'onlst," who, forseeing the mischief which
the Inevitable tumbling of that old shanty is
liable lo do, takes its composition carefully
apart, separates the worn nut material from
the good and uses the latter in the reconstruc
tion of a new and safe edifice. Such a man is,
In my estimation, not a "dcsttucllonist," but a
Wfsliuctionivt, a builder.
However, headings are valueless to the care
ful reader; mircover, I am inclined to think, Mr.
Kditor, judging from the general tenor of your
article, that its heading is simply a sort of flir
tation with your old love " Cipitalism," whose
wrath you may not be over eager lo provoke
by a sudden separation.
Hut now to our "deplored methods, ex
travagancies and criminaltics" wherein do
they consist? My argument just used will
pirtly dismiss tint ' scare," If one building
is to be put up in place of another, the old one
ntttssatily must be removed; thh Is setl-cvi
dent. In taking apart the enmpositson of the
old building and pitching the good material out
or it, it is advisable to be careful and waste no
good materialjhut if.in doing so,it becomes nec
essary to destroy some not very sound or even a
few sound 1, licks, it w ould certainly be much more
beneficial to tlo that, than by their unexpected
fall to endanger many more good bricks.
Did I not fear to take up loo much of your
valuable space, I should prove the necessity of
th: so much "deplored methnjs, cxtravagin
cics and criminalities" of the " destruction sts"
front tli,- peculiar circumstances existing In the
respective' counttles where they arcempto)cd.
Hut this Is hardly necesstry. History, which
Is said lu "repeat itself, will show the fallacy
and inconsistency of the " rnnralizer," who be'
wails tne metnous ol tne rclormcr. Let me
point to your own nJtitc country, Mr. Uditor,
which I am sure you dearly love and nte proud
of, let me ask yott : How was that boasted.of
American " liberty and independence" estab
lished? And how was the boasted-of "eman
cipation of four millions of slave" acconi-
plished? 1 low was the establishment of the
i rcucn, tne .-sniss, in laci ot an inc republics
of the eatlli accomplished? Were they not
accomplished by the same "deplorable meth
ods," by the same " extravagancies and iiimi
nalitics," that you so " abhor ?"
The dllfcrence Is just this t The institution
of the reforms mentioned has been successful;
llicy a"tc accomplished facts, whereas the in
stitution of the intended reforms has so far
been, as far as attempted, uiiuutesiful; they
are ye theories. The world wants success. It
condemns the Trench Commune because It
was "unsuccessful"; it deifies the American He
public, which indeed is but the ground-work
fur a Socialistic stale and was partly the means
of infusion of the spirit of ginuint liberty and
independence into the French workers, be
cause it was luccetifut. Had the Commune
gone forth triu.nphantly (as it certainly will
sometime, In a uiodificdfoini)all the "great in
tellect" In creation would have lain at her feel
and deified her; had America failed in her at
tempt to free herself, those same "great in
tellects" would have heaped everlasting infamy
upon her, as they do now upon the Commune.
Had the South bceu victorious in upholding
the principle of the " vested rights" of one
human being to hold property in the lives of
others, chattel-slavery wanld still be con
sidered a " vested light" and justifiable, and
the tame slavish little beings that to-day pro
nounce "tested rights" as "sacred and inviol
able", while condemning chattel-slat cry, would
ttill be in favor ol chattel-slavery to-day. Had
llismaick been less lmkj in his political career,
which may have perhaps depended upon Gen
eral Moltke or even upon some plain courageous
private in the German army, he would have
sunk Into oblivion like General Ilcnedrck or
other peihaps mote able but less lucky gen
erals an) politicians, .but Ilisituck was lucky;
he was successful, and the whole world lauds
ami praises him up into the skies, and even
Hawaiian cditois quote his meaningless little
sayings as authority upon subjects that should
not be settled by "authotitles " but by
nmifun wH and teaivii. Vim quote His
marck as comparing Socialists with "a man
who scales a wall to pull down an ovcthanging
.coping, lest an eatthquake loen it some da)
and it kill tome innocent man, and in the
knightly act ts hltnselt destroted." That is
nonsense. The man who ' scales a wall etc.,
etc" attempts to. provide against an accident
which niijkl foniUjt occur ttmtttiiu, ftrkjfs
nntr; (he Socialists, however, da not mean to
pioside against accidents which might occur
and may be in the futuie, but they want to
abolish (listing evils and abuses, under which
mankind has been pattly groaning for ccnlu
lies; they want to dry the tears of orphans and
widows whose fathei, and husbands havp been
saciil.ccd in the fame of that "great" llismaick;
"they want la sasc the burden of the ctippled
toldieis, who arc obliged to travel thtough the
.sticels with hand-organs; they want toshoiten
the hours of labor of the poor wages-slaves
w ho itrudg for a lucre subsistence front ten to
eighteen hours a day, liardly ever enjoying the
coiuj an) of their families, the UlUr txing
aslu-p when the men come home and leave
home; they want to create employment and an.
oppoitunlty to earn a livelihood for the unem
ployed who ruaut through the country, rigged
and staivingi they want to scud to tchtvol the
vor Mctliuittd. link' children fivw seven )cait
upward? who ore obliged to injure their deti
cate lifle bodicl in the demnra!nin(5 factories
in nrtler to cam a living for their unemployed
I .1. . .. P .... . -
,alne" anu "" etc., etc.
It this cac of
trie eonaiitii andm-mis wnn tnai 01 me man
who engineers again an earthquale? Verily,
such a coniatison, though the " great" His
marck himself drew it, is an insult to humanity
and will stand as an ever lasting accusation
against Its author. As for the denomination
of "dreamers" which Ilismireti deigned to orna
ment us with, the late return to the Oerniin
I'srllament of the treaty and some odd Social
istic drpunes will probably have a tendency to
make the prince realfie, that "dreaming" is
rather Incoming the fashion in Germans as w ell '
According to the conclndlng poition of your
article, Mr. Kditor, )ou seem to hold the view
and, also, credit Kouns with holding It, that
economic reforms involve the "rejection of
ossessions." This is a positive mistake.
There ate three schools of sociologists, namely:
the " Communists," the " Socialists " (fur pur
ioss of distinction from the other schools
also called " State Socialists ") and the
"Anarchists" (also called "Individualists").
The "Communists" advocate the state (or
the people in common) holding all the pro
perty, carrying on all the industries, with
equal distribution of the comforts of lif The
"Socialists" (State Socialists) advocate the
stale (or the people In common) holding all
natural resoucs (like lind and water, means
of transportation and communication, etc.).
!.: on at .1.. i,t,fSr mn a latinntl.
- :,..,..,. ..,,. ,, acci,ni ,, H, ,.,. n,.
...". . . . ' . . ,
vaniaRcs or modern civilition, and rewaidlng
,he niivillua according to his espendilurc of
,jme m, jfe.forcCi vinf, nim perfectly fl
to procure at th,; state magirines for the
medium of exchange which he received for his
lalwr anything he pleases, and to enjoy his life
according to his own individual notions. The
" ArnarChlsts" (Individualists) advocate at-
lotittt personal liberty, without the interference
of any other party or body except by mutual
and voluntary agreement (this virtually an
nihilates the stale). It may here be added
that the theory of "Communism" is fast
going out of date, modern sociologists almost
universally adopting cither of (he two remain
ing theories (" Socialism " or "Anarchism").
Prom the object of all these three theories
It is rittitc evident that none of them involves
"rejection of possessions"; the former two
simply delegate the administration of their
business, or part of it, to the state (which,
practically, means their agents), while the
third r.tains it himself. There is, however, a
diflcrcnce in the conception of the term
"possessions." The "Capitalist" (speaking
tcchnicallvj, when using that term (possessions)
means unlimittJ possession of all goods by the
individual, and the Socialist means thereby
the possesion of onlyjhosc goods which he
has cither produced himself or in the produc
tion of which he was indispensably instru
mental, and for the acquisition of which he
renders a genuine equivalent in the expendi
ture of energy (labor).
Whichever view Christ held regarding the
methods of distribution of goods, there Is, cer
tainly, no doubt, that he declared against un
Vour allusion to "Equality" is not quite
clear lo me. You charge the economic re
former with the advocacy of "an equality
which is not merely an equality before the
law, not alone an equal chance In the game of
life, but an equality that never yet existed
outside of a day-dream an equality that can
not be until all energy shall b; disciplined by
science and every environment made after a
common pattern." I surmise you mean what
is commonly called " social equality." If so,
I beg to state that such is not on actual
demand of the Socialists, but simply an ex
pected natural eventual result of the two kinds
of equality so very correctly by you described
and above alluded to; the two kinds
given, and the third will lake care of itself.
However, I cannot here help remarking that
the popular conception of " social cqualjty " Is
erroneous, if not ludicrous. Social equality,
for instance, does not force anybody Into play
,inK mi,,) or tall without having his nose or
ear pulled by Tom, Dick or Harry, against his
wishes. Social equality, while leaching that
one, providing he does his duty tuuatds his
fellow-beings, is just as good as another,
whether he clean the streets or the sewers, or
take astronomical observations for a living ;
also teaches the individual to respect that
other one's rights, wishes and fancies, so far as
they do not interfere wiih his own rights,
wishes and fancies. Social equality docs, by
no means, force anybody into an undesircd in
timate association or familiarity with every
body else, as seems to be the tvopular con
ception ; it simply scorns the artificial dams
and barriers erected between men in the shape
of "castes" of sham superiority. It is true
that this kind of equality is not likely lo be
brought about In a mosquito's life-time. Uut
that Is no good reason why we should not
recognize Its correctness and nobility and assist
In taking at least the first step towards it.
which is economic independence or, In your
own words, "equality before the law" (not
merely theoretically, however, but virtually)
and " an equal chance in the game of life."
It behooves, the press, which is looked upon
as a public instructor for the "grown chil
dren," lo discuss and investigate these urinei-
ples ; for, what satisfaction is theto to any
progressive human .being in any branch of
knowledge, what attraction in the very life,
indeed, if it is not acc6mpanicd by a search
for "liulh" and " progress "? And, tight
here, allow me losay, Mr. Editor, that upon
the position of the press will and must, in a
great measure, depend the nature of the
methods lo be employed In the inslitution of
the desired economic reforms, whether they
shl consist in the "deplored extravagancies,
and criminalities" or in peaceful education
and agitation. If the press lives: up tit its
assumed mission as an instructor of the people,
it will educate the " owers that be" in the
principles of humanity and Justice, and even
tually succeed in making them almlish a
system of society which must, in the end, be
as disastrous to themselves at it is nutv to ihdr
poor slaves. If, however, the press remains
tlent or stublmin, or even inimical to the
popular light and Insulting to the masses of
the people as some journals arc, incouraging
the masters In the disregard of tl. simplest
human lights of their slaves, thus embittering
the feeling of the latter and aggravating the
situation, then, indeed, the "deplored extra
vagancies and criminalities" will have to settle
It is lime, Mr. Udllor, to meet the question
and treat it squarely and honestly without
uiocket) oi sophistry, and without fear of or
laser lo any Individuals, bul only as a matter,
upon Hie settlement of which depends the weal
or woe ol the masses, nay, as a matter of self-
ptcseivation. It &tgk tiutt!
The thousands upon thousands of unem
ployctl working pcoplelhe pre reports almost
daily fiomall parts ol the world do not om
sadcr the question as fcicntllicully, phit,soph
cally and calm!) as we do, Mr. LMi'or. They
arc indifferent, even apathetic, towards it as
long at they get a capitalistic bone to gnaw
(or ihcii diudgcrv, but when the chance is
Ldtnled them to earn even that Urne, when the
suckling taie at the mother btcast for the
waul of a cup of mill or other proper uouiivh
tucut denied to itt mother, then reason Is a
thine ol the past, then the sent of their brain I
slulc ilon into their stomachs hcnce pro-)
cced "action." rvor will they uc, then, Mm-1
boo; led by any " Krec Trade," " Protective
TqrifF," ' Keclprocily Treaty," " Finance " or
other political acrobatics. And even grape-1
shots will not make them hall I Tor, then, the
principle lncribed In great Nature flushes up
before their minds that "every human being
has a right to live and, as It can only earn Its
living by lalwr, society must be so constituted
that every Individual can nlvvavs haven chance
to labor." Neither grape shot nor "anti
Socialist laws," neither Siberia nor even the
hangman can banish that
dream " out of
"Truth crushed to earth will rise attain."
Honolulu, January jo, iSS.t.
nut .iir r..tir's r.rr.."
Vnilrr the TAniten.
Under the lindens lately sat
A couple, and no more, in chat I
I wondered what lliry would be at
Under the lindens.
I saw four evej an four lips meet ;
I heard the words, "How sweet t how sweet!"
Had them the fairies given a treat
Under the lindens?
I pondered long, and could not tell
What dainty pleased them both so wcllj
It.i ll.l ,. Ir .., l,..l I
Under the lindens?
li'allir Saiagi Lanier.
To-day I can not choose but share
The indolence of earth and air;
In listless languor lying.
I sec, tike thistle-flowers that sail
Adown some hired autumnal vale,
The hours to Lethe flying.
The sand-glass twinkles' In the sun ;
Unchanged its ceaseless course is run
Through ever changeful weathers.
"Time flies," Its motto. 'Tis no crime,
I think, to pluck the wing of Time,
And sleep upon his feathers 1
Charlti ICarr.-n Stot.tarJ.
When I was a beggirly boy,
And lived in a cellar damp,
I had not a friend nor a toy,
Hat I had Aliddin's lamp;
When I could not sleep for cold,
I hid fire enough in my brain,
And huilded, with roofs ol gold,
My beautiful castles in Spain.
Since then I have toiled day and night,
I Invc money and power good store,
Hut I'd give all my lamps of silver bright
For those that arc mine no more ;
Take, Fortune, whatever you choose,
You gave, and may snatch again ;
I hive nothing 'twould piin tne to lose,
For I own no more castles In Spiin.
Jama Kniscll .ou til.
TUn Aye of I.ovr,
"Prithee, tell me, Dimple Chin,
At what age does love begin?"
"Oh I" the rosy lips reply,
"I can't tell you, if I try.
'Tis so long I can't remember;
Ask some younger miss than 1 1"
"Tell me, oh, tell me, Grizzled Face,
Do your heart and held keep pace?
When does hoary love expire?
When do frosts put out the fire?"
"Ah 1" the wise old lips reply,
" Voulh may pass, and strength may die;
But for love! I can't foretoken ;
Ask sonic older sage than 1 1" Aiun.
Acrng the Street.
With lash on cheek she com:s and gojs ;
I watch her when she little knows ;
I wonder if she dreams of it?
Sitting and working at my rhymes,
I weave into my verse at times
Her sunny hair, or gleams of It.
Upon her window-ledge is set
A box of flowering mignonette
Morning and eve she tends to them
The senseless flowers, that do not care
About that loosened strand of hair,
As prettily she bends to them.
If I could once contrive to get
Into that box of mignonette
Some morning when she tends to them
She conies I I s:c the rich blood rise
From throat to check 1 down go the eyes,
Demurely, as she bends tn them.
Thomat Dailty AUrich.
Three roses, wan as moonlight, and weighed
ntch with Us loveliness as with a crown,
Drooped In a florist's window In a town.
The first a lover bought. It by at rest,
Like snow on snow, that night on beaut) s
The second rose, as Irginat and fair,
Shrunk In the tangles of a Uartots hair.
The third a widow, with new grlel midc wild,
.Shut In the icy pahn of her dead child.
A llalluil of .Vitmes.
There are who line Elaine the bright,
There are who, in "an empty day,"
Of Altx and Yolamle will write,
And add thereto (perchance) "le Fay,"
Some shepherding with rhlllii tiny,
And tome with Greek Autonoc 1
I care not w ho may say me nay,
Hat Rose Is still the name for me I
With Dickens' Nell so ne take their, flight,
Some Ethel servewith ThaeVcray t
. Of llulvvcr's lltanche some own the might,
Anil some iiir Walter's 1)1, obey,
Some Wordsworth's Lucy leaJs away,
Some ChiLlaliel (nf S, T. C ),
And some with Merrick's Julia play,
Hut Rote Is still the name for me I
In "Cella's arlior" tome delight,
Somo with Olivia "make their hay,"
J'or some, not Saiah Jane can fright,
Nor Ann Matilda strike dismay;
To some Susannah's charms convey
"The chaste and Inexpressive She"
Some llctly, Ijctty, Tetly sway,
Hut Uose is .till the name for me I
Maids, by all names a maiden msy
Allure the unimpressive "He;"
I murmur not. I simply say
' Hut Rose is still the name for me I"
Three hundred thousand druen of iggs were
recently dctltovcd by fire at Wateilui, Iowa,
We are not infoimed who fired or whom they
wrieliretlat) but this must be set down as
one ol the most daltciing ovations of mcdcto
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ti CAUroaKiST.,CAU,t(RooH No. .) .
IIAHAtlAS CO.SHUI. COilUtHMWX
It. ) -VOLTE. PROPRIETOR.
Utgs to announce to his friends and th. public in g.n
era! that the abov. Saloon provides . ,
Flura ) A. SI., till IC r. M.
CONSTANTLY OH tUKD.
Oi.. A llruns.kk S. lUlse'l dabratcd
ItCMUMcud Wh lb uUttuntu, bcr lottit of
U cut ua tJ&nfciptMt. "
THH CASINO. f'
AT K Arm LAX I I1
U no opt a 411 y, hT Uhmhmti mj hm tad
sU! timet ott hkioa (MivC.
H. J. NOiTSa ruvtMior.
BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sate the cargo of the bark
Just arrived, the following list of Merchandise
Unlit llTprc U'ngnte, t
f.'rfeiMfmi Top Citrrlapen,
Common Wood Chair
Pine Barrel Shook.
Ice Chets, Not. t, j, and 3.
Lobsters, i-lb. Tint,
He Am, 31b. Tins
Hay Cutters, No. 1, and 3,
FrtiVtViJi&a' SntU$tXaM. 7,5, 10, it, Jll-X
Centrifugal Lining, 14 inche,
Com poiit ion Nad, iJS inch and 1 H th
Manila Cordage, Auorted,
Calv. Fence Staples,
Farmer's Boiler, and 15 Coils
Sisal Rope, Assorted
rWoir Mrtat Shrathlny,
Annealed Fence Wire
Gah. Screws and Wahe
This Popular Bindery, located at
107, Fort Street, will be able in its set
tled quarters todocvenmoresatisfactory
work than that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and such willing ap
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It Advertises No Specialities,
but is able to do all sorts, sizes,
and conditions of Dook-bindinc,
Ruling, Lettering, and Paper-cutting
as well as tn ban l-rancisco, and at
At This Complete Bindery
newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and
sheet music arc neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books are carefully and firmly rebound.
All Descriptions ok Blank
Books arc made to order at as low
rates as are consistent with first-class
work. The Bindery is now using
Weston's " Record " and " Ledcer "
paper for all first-class work. A large
invoice of this justly celebrated stock
has just been received from New York.
Orders Left at the Merchant
Street Store will have PROMpr
UEGAI.CAP PERFECTION PAPS,
RODDER'S LETTER TADS,
Litr. Cap and Not Blocks of firu quality naptr.
Lcztvl Cao. Latter and Noit lil'xkt of ruled
Manilla paper, plain Memo, and Nott
LlocU, M. & Il.furm LUki
fvr Uill, Siatetnent.
Ws,h luu, etc,,
Or Paptr PUT UP U ANY FORM Dulred.
At TltOS. a, TIUW3VH
MtHCHANT Strt anu Toht Strt Storks
AND PASS BOOKS.
A full Stock iti hand at all timet of varioyt
aiics and thkknesiof
JlmitoniNdviHt itookm, and aaorid Mhrs
Vitsm itookM, kalhcr, rsv board and pr cover.
Monthly and Weekly Memo. Time 1W, Milk lliVi,
Uuichtu' an i iSrvxrcr P-ta iUAi. r'i-l't UjoVi,
Scratch IljnkbaCopy took.EkrcU Hjokv,
Man tX Tcnntand rrtoch Copying
Ujokft, letter, pa ami cap
tic4, half and full bound
for Hal at Til OH. .. TIUW.WS
MiacHxt SfkiaT anu Font Smarr Ptoik
Now In siolIi, with additional Fauern Uvolc wq
route. A nu. variety ot tli.
CONNECTICUT VALLEV MILLS,
Cap, L..ai. Letter. Nc4t ud Bid Paper,
Assorted w.Utus. Also Marcus Ward's liUh Unrn
rut? (nto and not. paper, pLuo, or fAa b.
ruled np to suit any Older.
WEUDINC NOTE ANU ENVELOPKS, t
Mounuog Paper, WiaJsor and Turkevr Mills Lioi
Letter and Nott. Freoch Qualrtll. Cetur and
Not paper. Copysnf papa,
Mwuuai I?mt m rr Sitvtcr ixvu.
Importer nni Dtater In
IhAmMrfni, taAnipJ, Pfndant, ftiMcVet tjnnp;
O lulmUf, bide PubtilAr, Itoitipg tioute,
BnJ Police Lantern t Num. 1'ucWt, aim
lalletaitmit Globes .r.imn, Kef! ret of,
Lamp KuMcrt for Mwirta machine.
S10VF.S AN! RANOtS Uncle Sam, Wck
Patent, KktimotHf, M Ka Mo!,' Pen, Oceola,
Hawaii Aloha Almeda Flota.
.MISSISSIPPI RANOE-CwVtng capacltr
FRENCH RANOF.S For retiH.nint, hotel, and
private reMence. with or without hut water
WKSTHNHOUPS I X U CUTLERV:
A fine aiortment of TaMc. Dewrt, and Tea
Knlvei and t'orV ) Carver and Steel, with
11 .tin find ornamental Ivory hnnUtes f alto
'ockel Knlveii KaruM, bheir, llttttun hole
and Iridic Sa(rt-t Hrd KnUe. eetmint
French Cook KnWet. Hutcher and Kitchen
IaiIici Wutk.MAnd lt..0.tM ; Office, Lunch,
Laundry and MarVet MaiVet.
DOORMATS Awrted iwei and pattern.
Ropers Hrotherft'and Meriden Plating Work;
Wter and Cream Pitchers: table, Deert,
ream 1 iicner ; lan.c, ueir,
ivesj Forks and Spoons, Snoon
ark.in Ring, Children's Mugs
Cruet bland, Itutter Uowl,
anu lea Knives; f-orks and
Card Kecchers, truit Mand, Preserve
NicVIe mounted Tea Set, tn part or whole
ver neat and deniable ; plain Cooking
Utensils tn tarsa variety.
Milk Pan, Pudding and plain Hasins, Milk
Hoiter ; Rice. Jelly, and Ice-cream Moulds
new pattern in Stew Pan
SAUCF.PANS Fnamelednd tinned iron, from 3-plnt
to 1 gallon.
Toilet Sit, toilet Stands, Water Coolers
CaVe. Cah, and Knife IloxesJ Spittoons
Cuiptdors, Children's Tras
Fairbanks Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Moline Plow, Shovel, Spades, Hoes. RakfS,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oo, Hoe Handles,
Plsjw Handle and Reams.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER CUTTERS-Three slee, $
I, t, and a Inch cut, an A 1 article.
Warranted Ixst grades New York standard,
and carliotued, J4, i, 1, i, iJ4, a inch
Hose, noziles and sprinklers, ic
PLUMBER AND TINSMITHS MATERIAL
Sheet Lead, a to tj lb, snuare foot J Soil Pipe
lead and can iron ; Water Closets, Cases
Sheet 'I in; Sheet CopKt clean nnd tinned
14 to bo 01 ) Hoe Hibbs, Kmin ; Sinl
black and enameled; ditto Wahtanda ,
Sheet Zinc; Soft Solder, our on makf,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE J to 9 inch; elbows
T reducers, plugs, bushing.
PIPE VICES, take H to 3 inch pipe ; stocks and dies,
cuts Ji to 3 inch pipe.
BIRD CAGES Largest variety in market, painted
bright, an J brass wire.
IIAUV CAKRIAGI'.S, Hoys'
Wheelbarrow, and Go
Hall's justly-celebrated Fire and Uurgtar proo'
Safes, We keep in stock the largest assort,
metit of Safes to be found west of California.
Cuts mailed upon application.
CELETTS ICE MACHINES:
Just the thing for use on plantations wheie
steam is available. Small sie makes talbs.
ice in four hours ; S'CJiid sue, 70 lbs. In seven
hours. Cuts, with full direction for working,
mailed to your address oil application. aVe
are authorlcd to deliver these machines
alongside at makers' prices, adding only cos
ol packing-caves and freights.
CUSTOM WOKht or all kinds In tin, copper, and
sheet-iron working attended to. Work.shop
over store. Work executed by competent
workmen at reasonable prices.
lirAVER BLOCK, FORT STREET.
"Nimble sixpence better than a slow shilling "and
liT DON'T rORGET IT jtj-
CONTRACTOR and UUILDER,
STEAM ritAXIXO MJCCLS
Manufacture all kinds of
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Tuning, scroll, ssad Issvad sawisaa;.
Ml kinds of Plan'mz and Sawing, Mortising, and Ten
ORDERS PROMPTLV A1TF.NDED TO ANI
flnlers from th. other Islands solicited. ioAhii
pvILLINCHAM & C6.
' Have Just received an'i
Xavoloa at Naw and SaalraUa Ooods
Suited to the wants of this market,
and a gjod tin. ol
Wt would call th tpccial attention
uf riaotcra to our
Vatint ouW JouJ ilnrd I'lotv,
vhkb ha Un pronouoctd tlt Urt of
th kind ewud a tblt country.
V hart alw recehed a
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOWS
to, if, 14 In.. hlch art sitlnj perfect
JiKM.i X D j .Y C U R A M i X (J,
The codlexi variety of good which
wt art now cuoMantly re
celrto arc tww beins
OPENED FOR INSPECriQN AND 3ALK
AT Tilt: LOWEST I'RICE.
TJOLLISTER & CO.
ISriTK Tilt' ATTF.XTHIX OF THK
vuni.ic.t covxrnr jtr.tiuii.iXT.i
In particular, tolheir Urge anJ
varied asssortment of
r.v.ypuoiin's viutruMr.ft r,
Just received. TMs li acknowledged
to be the finest perfume In the
world. All of one quality.
Great variety of odors stylel
ond prltet, also
(all shapes and stjl)
and the largest and most complete stock of
ever kept In this Kingdom, a
large Invoice of
WASHED MKlHTKttttAXEAX SVOXOE
direct from Europe, free from
sand or dirt. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS & CO'S
J. C AYEK A; CO'S
Horseford's Ac'd Phosphates,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
AUcock Pnrous Plaster Co ,
Vi-rray & Lanman's Florida Water
Verba Buena Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are alto Proprietor! and Manufac-
facturtr of the celebrated
Agents for Wm, S. Kimball & Co'
jVraprant Vanity l"alr,
Tobacco and CtQartHts
which have no nvals. The
largest .utortipent of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GINGER ALE 6 S0DAWA7ER
has alwaf been recoRnited at
best In the market.
OUR MSGER ALE EXTRACT
being manufactured from our own
private formula In
AERATED WA1 ERS In Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottlei ai d tired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, sfNtlUANU ST.
FORT MERCHANT STS-
yHB ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
Aiakca St., usa. Qusss St.
TELEPHONE Ho. jj.
v C. J, lUrds., Proprietor,
CONTRACTOR aa4 BUILSEK
Planing-, Shaping-, Turning;,
Band and Scroll Sawing-,
Doors, Saab, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to ord
lartl a NUT ! Tree ITmkI For Hale.
, MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Always nn hand.
All orders nlUtd on short attic., and JolUnf pronplj)
attended la Moulding made lo any Daiiern wuhou
tta charge fvr knivas. ,(MsT
A fin. Assortment of
now in Hoik consiulng of
LKOaHMI, JUVMXA It, lt YM m nil C,t Ml
full hoand, la IVey snl Medium Sires.
Lotjfsn, Joureate and fttcords,
Half Hound, In Cap, Deny and Medium aLus.
Cap lasng Day Boo1' " &in.U Entry Uay IVwls'
hall Co.nl I rhjrl (la kVaAs Narrow
Ord.. lk'a, Tr.t UJuusce Booka,
Caai. leell. Qto. Rwurds
rw. sts .1-
THUM. a. TUMVM'M,
MiacHA.T Sthst ako Foit SnitT smut
NIATIST JOB PJIINTIN6
' mmmi m mtm ai'taa wiisi hi1 Mm
1ASTLB i COOKE,
llotoiciv. It. t.
Would call attention to their Larft and
varied Stock of
Cnnslstlng of the umlealled Paris Steel
rhe Moline Steel ItreaVers, and Furrowing Plow
line Meel I'luws all sizes Planet, Jr., Oill
vators, Dirt Scrapers,
John DtirvroVi Onnrf Plow.,
riantere' Hoes of the best mattes
OfSSTONS' CELF.IUIATED CANT. KNIVF.S
made to order. Ames' Shore! and Spades,
ltows, Yokes, Lhains, Fence
Sugw Mill Requirements.
SUOARBAGS, SUGAR KCGSV
Sperm Oil, Cjlinder, Lard
and Kerosene Oil, 1'trfcct
Lubricator. I'lumbafco. Al
Lany Urcaie, Dm ton's ard
b. ami J. rile, alltu-enand
kiudv Sieam lUcVinjr. Hat
and Round InOu KuLbr,
AsIto and boap btont.
I lax I'ackinn, India Rub
ber 1 loe, J to a Inch, Pipe
and CbuinRt, Nuti and
WaOien, ftnilied, Machine
Itulu, all tires &M lreed
HUvkimah't, Engineer' and
Carpenter ITammeri, PJtie
Lutters. Wtnclics 8 inch lo
4 inch, Anvili, Vke,'lule
Scrnrcr, (grindstones, ltct
American liar I run and Tool
bteel, !uitdcr Hardware,
all VimI and ni)!es, Hub
and Uiilctl, iSniall I'amu in
Oil, In large variety. Dry
1 'aim t. Umlter, Venetian,
Red. Ochre. Metallic. &c,
Vlntiii2, German Window
ass'td aire. Manila Rope
No. i and i Flour, No. i and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and JarianTcai,
Oysters, Llams, bannon. L.oosiera,
Finest Table Fruits front the Factory
Pure English Spices, coiiaenied Musi
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES -The '
ore irrorlf OH, llmtoit'e Veil.
trlfutinl I.IiiIiiii. is Inch, lluhtirr
Niirluii auil rvnir.r. Drill. lust lit
hand.Blake steam t-ump vaives.raca-
Inn-, Ac, lllake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating- Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugala Complete,
ALSO ON CONHCNMITNT
lay. I Iir icy, l'vUtoe njrrtu
balrnon, lUms, Atbto Mixture for Boiler
and Steam Pipe, vcr) cheap, Fence Wire
and Staple, Galvanlicd Roofing I
Wilcox and Gikb's Automatic; Sinner Manufacturing
(Company, Aswirted: Remington Loinjiaiiy, family;
Wilson Machines, the bc4 asvntment lo h. found,
and at Uotlom I'nces.
by every arrival from England, New
v oris aiid San Francisco.
1 Naw Tnetloa EusSb, B-korsa f
Orders from the other Islands titled at Osst Rales end
UNION FEED CO..
a Imports end eraisr. le
" q a !. ate.
Ttlephon. No. tJJ.
I, O. Boa is;.
OPECIAL ORDERS. ,
The undtrslgrud gives prump, atltniloa M el
tr HVF.Vl.tt. HKBCM-SM
0R BOOKS, MUSIC, STATIONUKY, CEKIOD
ICALS. IIUnilKU. UK ASS OK STKEL ,'
Or any other articles pertaUlivg lo the'
s, JlaasV, Mtalleaerw ssad Faae 9eU
aWAU suclt Ordws stuuld Wkes- and atvssKek M
tvoisl errers or delays. ' ,-
ENVELOPES. ENVELOfes, KNVftsML
vlat No. t. jt XX la ahtie, swsWr SstsowWl
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