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lliil the li.Tu-e mrtncM of that ua
ciotn vintcr tutratie liai left untold,
ami has not ce militated, the cpiMnle
which precipitated the cltmtix of llicir
sentimental sword play, and lclt the.
Amaion of the duel alone on the aw
dust circle of their mutual cttlnw.
Mi Wootllniry and l'red llenuw
crcfaM fricnik She admired him
Tor hit nianlincw and his womanliness.
She Micicrt the half of his character
she knew and understood, and refused
to he interested in the half she could
not know Wiser than her sex or her
cxcriciiee, she took the face value of
his brilliant c and thanked the high gods
of circumstance that their gifts were
not leas laih.
She believed most shrewdly and with
truth that Fred wrote the host of Jack's
vctM.- ; that he turned his phrases , and
coached his sentiment ; hut she neither
understood nor rccogniied the irile
undercurrent of strength in the "Rood"
jounp junior whom she had chosen lo
play upon ; and of whom she talked lo
her friend and his as freely as if he had
been a $anicl she had chocn for
On Saturday in the following Octo
lcr, Miss Woodbury went oxer to
llcrkcley to lunch with Mrs. Mastclla
Clarke and in the afternoon she and
Fred sallied forth for a stroll about the
There is a spot just alxivc the nur
sery green hpuscs where a rustic bridge
used once to span the north fork of
Straw lerry Creek. The broken abut
ment of this one-time bridgclct formed
an excellent scat for two congenial com
panions. When Hcnshaw and Miss
Woodbury reached it that afternoon
they sat down as a matter of course,
as they hail prcuously done on more
than one occasion, A crcat bay tree
made their section of the narrow gorge
a dense shade. The afternoon was
sultry and the shade most grateful.
They seemed quite alone. No sound
came to them from the heat and glare
and uncomfortablcncss of outside.
Surely they were quite alone. Yet had
they troubled themselves to be sure
they might hnc discovered studious
Jack Braccy not ten yards away, asleep
with his Horace under his head and in
it one of Miss Woodbury's poems, for
a look mark.
What wakened Jack was the noise
of his own name, coupled with a scorn
ful vest. Ten sentences were sufficient
to make it clear that the piquant heart
breaker had planned no dewation from
her merciless path in his favor Fore
armed with his friend's warning he had
given her coquetry the benefit of only
She had blushed when she called
him Jack, when last they met at Mrs.
Rcade's. Neither tendcrners nor fasci
nation would hac wrought real danger
to Jack llraccy at her hands. Hut in
conquest there was compensation ;
surely there could be neither profit nor
credit in worsting a woman at a game
of bluff. That night he wrote the note
which Miss Woodbury's unquestionable
taste enabled Mr. Shirley to use. That
letter, read in the light of the facts I
have stated, is a work ol art. The
lad)'s reply is not less so. Yet there is
this to be considered in re-reading Mr.
Shirley's special plea. The accomplished
partisan is careful to place before the
reader the inference that his friend
thongh it sersed her never so "richly
right" was vastly ty friend's superior
in the finesse of flirting and the allied
smartness of that ill-defined sort of ac
complishment, which, for lack of
better word, the hour is pleased to call
"literary." So the sketch was meant
to mean that Miss Woodbury has been
punished by the laughable alarm of
good youth; whose mental make-up
was in urgent need of the young lady's
1 trust that in making it my duty to
remove from my friend the reproach of
mental medrocrity, and the stigma of
goodness, I have made myself clear. If
any feminine friend of Miss Woodbury,
who hapens to be going to Baltimore,
thinks I hac misstated the affair, I will
gladly give her a line of introduction
to Jack Uracey with a white card.
Berkeley, California, February 19,
1 88 j.
A libel has been filed in the United
States District Court, San Francisco,
by Jesse 'P. Haley, on behalf of him
self, his wife and two children ; Walter
K. Adams, on behalf of hinuelf and
wife, Elizabeth Hcskct and Charles
Splict, against the lurk I). C Murray.
'Hie lilelants allege that owing to an
advertisement which appeared in a
S)dney paper, they were induced to
hail on the lurk above-mentioned for
San Francisco. During the journey,
however, instead of being prowdeduith
the good food and projicr accomoda
tion, as advertised, the (lasscncr state
that they were provided with tainted
meat, with meat and rice full of grubs,
and with brackish water unfit for use.
It is also stated that the master of the
xcl was in the habit of using the
inoM profane and vulgar language.
When the cscl toijd at Honolulu,
the passengers, being unable to
undergo any further ill-treatment, left
the bark and came to this city by the
steamer MariiKa, The libelants at
cordingly claim damages in the follow
ing sums: Jesse T. Haley, $7,000;
Walter Edward Adams, $1,000; Eliza
beth Hcskct, $750; Charles Splict,
The agitation in England in favor of
offering Mr, Ixmell the Mcrton Profct
. sonhip at Oxford is gaining strength.
It b understood that l-owcll lus kiguj
f.cd his willingness to accept the honor
if the proffer is made unanimous. 'Hie
tuUiy attached to the chair is $4,500
n.inriiiM) rn 111:11 it
Orcr "lty Wfir f .tf.fMI fmT tint!
iujllrlty lttlmmtnn' hctlar.iUit
( ritlrtM I'ttlUft fiHir I'rtif-
l(f-lllffry xflhf llu:
flif n JfirimFHf AN th
Key f Italia
Recently the whole cMlicd world
has been compiled to learn something
of the history of the steady mocmcnt
of Russian railwajs, settlements and out
posts toward the northwestern borders
of India. The subtlety of Russian
diptomacy, its combination of unblush
ing audarity of lying with plausibility
and smooth phrases, and its sersicc
abtencst in gaining lime for successive
advances of the Russian frontiers, arc
getting tolerably well understood.
Most intelligent American newspaper
readers are now somewhat prepared to
comprehend the significance of a fa
mous statement made by Lord Palmer
ston, a generation ago, just before the
first ocrt indications of the war that
was to break out in the Crimea, t :
"The olicy and practice of the Rus
sian (Sax eminent hase.ilwajs been to
push forward its encroachments as fast
and as far as the apathy or want of
firmness of other governments would
allow it to go, but alwass to stop and
retire when it was met with decided
resistance, and then to wait for the
next faxornblc opjortunity lo make
another spring on its intended uctint.
In furtherance of this policy, the Rus
sian Government has always had two
strings to its bow ; moderate language
and disinterested professions at St.
Petersburg and at London; active ag
gression by its agents on the scene of
The history of Russian operations
cast of the Caspian since this memor
able paragraph was written, and of the
Russian diplomacy that has preceded
and followed each new step toward
Herat, is but an extended illustration
of the "policy and practice" so epigram-
matically described by Palmcrston.
This was known by all who have
taken any considerable interest in the
developments of the "irrepressible con
flict" between England and Russia, in
Asia. But the London Times of the
2d inst., just received, contains a full
page account of the details of the un
equal conflict be'tween Russian lying,
craft and military enterprise and Eng-
glish credulity, jutience, tardiness and
lack of enterprise.
This display of the Times is a char
acteristic illustration of one of its
methods of holdinc the confidence of
the best part of the English public
The Times give from the English Blue
Books the first connected, absolutely
authoritative story of the "race for
Herat" that seems likely to have
brought on the greatest war England
has ever' been engaged in.
It seems so long ago as 1834 the
"irrepressible conflict'' was called out
by the illness of the Shah of Persia,
and was settled amicably, the language
of Count Nessclrode professing, for
Russia, the most amicable sentiments
tow aril England. Yet within eighteen
months Sir John McNeill, English
Minister at Teheran, so far from finding
the "icace and union" so smoothly
promised by the oleaginous Nesselrode,
felt obliged to call "the attention of His
Majesty's Government and of the East
India Company to the danger of the
Shah and Persia approaching by direct
conquest, or by the admission of his
right of dominion, the frontiers of
India." This referred to the designs
of Persia against the Afghan ossession
of Herat designs that were encouraged
by the Russian Minister at the Court'of
Teheran, "who promised positive assist
ance" to this end, knowing "that the
conquest of Herat and Candahar by the
Persians is in fact, an advance for
them toward India, if not for the pur
pose of actual invasion, certainly for
that of intrigue and disorganization."
A spirited diplomatic controversy con
tinues for three )cars, Russia constantly
disavowing the hostile designs that the
English Ministers are constantly dis
covering and charging on Russia. The
Russians kept .stimulating the Persians
to capture Herat, and the latter would
have done so but for the rare engineer
ing ability of Eldrcd Pcttinger a
young Englishman who directed (he
operations of the besieged inhabitants
of Herat and defeated the Persians.
In 1S37 the Russian intrigues took the
form of an attempt of the Russian
Minister at Teheran to capture the
Ameer of Cabul as an ally, and early in
1838 Minister McNeill advised his
Government of very evident and
dangerous collusions between Russia
and Persia that were fuli of menace to
English interests in India.
In 183S Lord Palmcrston sent a
"Note" to the Russian Government re
viewing all the facts in regard to these
stealthy and steady attempts of Russian
diplomacy to make troible for the Eng
lish and to favor the advance of Russian
dominion toward India. It was one of
Palmciston's masterpieces of statement
and is a most interesting document.
The Times gives a column and a half
of solid, small print to this document,
one paragraph ol which is true of the
whole course of Russia in her relation
toward England, east of the Caspian, to
"If further apjicars from the forego
ing statements that, whereas Russia has
of late years invariably professed a de
sire to concert with Great Britain the
course of policy which the two govern
ments should pursue with regard to
Persia, 10 that the identity of their
measures in mm quarter might be
manifest poof of their friendship and
union, Russian agents in Persia and
Afghanistan lave lately been engaged
tn measures studiously concealed from
the British Government and planned
in a spirit unfriendly to Great Britain
and for objects hostile to her interests."
It is worth noting that nt the very
time when this terse and unanswerable
cxjKisuro of Russian duplirlly was
being written, the Russian Ministry
was- as it has been lately ready with
"a frank and sHntaneous explanation,
in order completely to remove appre
hensions as to the intentions and views
of our government with regard to the
affairs of Asia."
In iSfio England and India were
again excited by the "rapid advance
of Russian troops toward the frontier"
of India. The Eatl of Clarendon sHke
out boldly in protest to the Russian
Minister. As a result there was n pro
posal to which Prince Gortschakoff
readily agreed, with a well-assumed
appearance of good faith, that there
should be a "recognition of some ter
ritory as neutral between the possessions
of England and Russia, which should be
the limit of those possessions, and be
scrupulously respected by both owcrs."
So far as diplomacy may go, the set
tlement was made on this basis, and
later on the smooth and plausible
Gortschakoff declared deliberately "that
he saw no objection whatever to Eng
lish officers visiting Cabul, though he
agreed with Lord Majo that Russian
agents should not do so."
But in 1870 there began to be
rumors that the Russian agents were
nrenarine the way for the rapture of
Khiva. Gortschakoff distinctly, re
peatedly and handsomely lied his gov
ernment through the year, constantly
protesting the innocence of its conduct
and intentions. At last, early in 1871,
there were so many reports of various
movements toward Khiva, that the Rus
sian Government had to admit part of
what all Europe knew, but staled
solemnly that :
"The Imperial Government would
still continue patient and forbearing, in
the hope that the Khan of Khiva
would finally listen to the voice of
reason and prudence. All that the Im
perial Government required from the
Khan of Khiva was that commerce
should not be endangered by the hos
tile tribes which invest the khante, and
that Russian subjects should not be
exposed to illegal seizure and imprison
ment." So, in 1872, Count Schouvaloff was
deputed by the Czar to explain away
the notorious proofs of Russian designs
on Khiva, and he made a lot of solemn
statements that turned out to be lalse
and misleading. But after alt this diplo
matic lying, the end was reached and
Khiva was taken, as Merv was taken
afterward. It is a most interesting
though somewhat monotonous record
of the successive and temporarily suc
cessful Russian lies and false promises.
At last the end of English credulity
seems to have been reached and the
least warlike of English statesmen is in
command of all the resources of an em
pire practically unanimous for war.
N. Y. Mail and Exp ess.
Lair I'ortiyn A'eira.
MIROl'EAN AM) GENI.UAI-
Thc Mikado of Japan has been sick
for some time.
European troubles still interfere with
the Japanese silk trade, and in tea no
thing is doing.
The Japanese model village in Lon
don has been destroyed by fire with
out loss of life, however, we are glad to
The credit of 120,000 francs has
been adopted by the French Chamber
to defray the expenses of laying a sub
marine cable to Tonquin.
The conferences between the Japan
ese and Chinese Commissioners at
Tientsin still continue, but a favorable
result is expected from them.
It is stated that the Corean Govern
ment has appointed an American mis
sionary and another foreigner, Vice
Ministers of Corean Foreign Affairs.
Bogus sovereigns arc said to have
been made in London recently and
sent to the continent, where they are
more readily passed for genuine coin.
R. N. Fowler, the new Lord Mayor
of London, prophesies that America
will regain her mercantile marine at the
expense of England in the event of a
Nearly all of the London newspapers
have perfected arrangements for secur
ing by special telegrams news from the
scene of hostilities in the event ol war
between England and Russia.
Since the outbreak of the war be
tween France and China, 3,000 stand
of rifles and over 12,000,000 cartridges
and a large quantity of bayonets and
scabbards have been shipjcd from
America to China.
The Duchess of Edinburgh, sister of
the Czar, is greatly distressed at the
strained relations between Russia and
England She is prepared to start, if
necessary, In a lew hours for Coourg,
vefcere she will reside in the event of
The immense stone briaue con'
structed by Chinese engineers over the
arm of the Chinese Sea at 1-agang is
iiimii-u. 1 lie uiiugi; is live iniics long,
entirelv of stone, and has 300 arches,
each 70 feet high. The bridge is seventy
The Prince and Princess of Wales
had a most enthusiastic reception at
l.ondondcrry, Ireland, recently. The
town was literary covered with flags and
bunting, and immense crowds were in
the street through which the ropl party
and procession passed.
Hungary has found it expedient to
reform its upper house, and a bill is
now being passed by which twenty
dukes, 340 counts and 300 nobles of
lover rank will be excluded, because
they pay in taxes lets than a certain
specified sum every ear.
DOSTON tlOAHD OF UNDURWRITRRS.
C. RKKH-hR M O.,
Asrnti for the Hawaiian ttlan.1i.
BRITISH PORMGN MARINR INSUR.
ancc- Company. (Limited)
TltF.O. II nAllKS, AGK.VT.
the alio, afrnt lias rtfis-ftl Instructions la rt
lnrlri ratM of Insuranrt wtn llomtlnU ami
IVstts In lh Pacific, and la rw prepaml tu l.iu oli
tlra at llw l?rf talM, ,lh a succlal reduction on
freight r steamers. ,iot6t
UI1MHN IIOARd OP UNnitltWRITUIt.'i.
f A !,.!! A KFRRlr'Ct Art'l
Alio aectits fur lint
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Uoaril of Underwriters,
for lh Hawaiian Islands, sio-cftl
panjr of lletlln.
I. A SCltAErAX .V O, AGK.VTS.
The above Irtwirartc tomnany, hat enaliMtrietl a
General Afiewv here, run! tno liiHlerrignetl, tleneral
Agent a. art. authorlretl to uUe. ritki attaint! thetlangert
of the Se4t at the iwnl reatuiuMe ra!e4 ami on the
moti favurahle trrmt. t in-tAt
GUKMAN LLOYD MAIUNK INSUIIANCK
Compunr Of Uetlirt
r .-(. SCMKFXK &, AChXTS,
1t twe Initimnre Cotnjuny hi tMAldVtm) a Ofn
rrnl Agency litre, ami .fienltmel(r.ct!, (.Mir-tnt Amenta,
at fltillHtfUrd to take KUV Agntf tlte ilAniint of the
Sea ailht tnot rratoiuMe tftien, ami on the moxi h
roribte term. tio-etM
AMDURCDKUMnN IMRE INSURANCB
F. A. satAKf-HK A CAGKS'TS,
'1 he lmve firm han Iwrn appointe J Hgrnt bf ,i
coin any nrc tepAreJ to iriurt mk cint fire on
Mune nd Hrfik tmiMinjii nivl on .Mercliandttc t.irU
therein, on the mot favor-Able trrmt.
ppiy M tnetr oii.te.
OUTM-GHUMAN HIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
it, ttACKFKU) A G ACKXTS.
&iutnj Kevrte .HrtchmAfk 8,8,jotouo
' their Kt IniurAnte Companies, " 35,000,000
'111 Afenitufibe aUjvc Com pan), for tLe IUiiIn
IklAiitlt, Are 1 e pared t-i Imur Iluildingt, turmture,
MerttiAndie And lVoduee, .MAthmrry. etc., a1o SudAr
And Nice MilK And vewfi tn the htrboi, against lm
or damage by file, n the most fjvurabte lertnv
AMBURG-MAGDEDUKG IMRIi INSUR-
ance Company ol Hamburg
ItuiMtng, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Inturetl against riroon the most CtYuraljIe lermi.
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anee Company ol Bottoti.
CASTI.K & COOKE, AGK.VTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
compnny in tne united states.
Vittietes attrrrf mi Ihrutont Farnnthle Trrma
Loaiea paid through Honolulu Agency $40,000
llllLADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C. BKiirt & Co .
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
RANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company ol Hamburg.
, HACKFRLD & C.t Agemtt.
CauitA. and Reserve , . Keichcrruuk 6,010,000.
tneir ne-insurance uompame 101,050,000
. . KeichtmarK. 107,650,000
The Agent of the Above Company, for the Hawaiian
ItLindi, Are prepared to insure UinMing, Furniture,
MerthanUi'.e and Produce. Machinery- etc. alo Suirar
and Rice MilN, and veiwN in the harbor AClnt lo
or lUmAge by nre, on the most uur.ioIe teimv
a 10-jo 1
MIE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe insurance Company.
J1SOP& Co., AGEaVTS.
Vntlmllfit Uithlttty tn Stuchhnhlrr:
Assets ... ., $31,336,100
Reserve ...,,., 6,750,090
tSCOMK OR 18715:
Premium received after deduction of re
insurance,....., .... $ 5,3.S
Lo&Aesrromptl Adjusted and, pud here,
CASTLE & COOKS, AGKXTS.
Incorporated 1875. aio-6r
TEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
JLN Insurance Company of Boston, Mass
Atmrtit JHHutirj Int., 1SS4, nearly $17,
OOO.OOO. Polices Issued on the roost favorable terms, and
Absolutely Non-Forfeit Able after Two
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4th ' 643 as 1,130
5th S3iS 1.415
6th " io9 00 1,69s
7th " i,15-5 1.970
th ' l.4S7S 'J5
fth " 1.676.05 1,500
10th " 1,911 65 3,755
nth " . (57 9 3.005
nth M ,Ai5-5 3-$o
13th " a,W5.oo 3 44
14th ' 1,967.70 3,70
15th " 3.a63-9 3MS
16th 3575-15 4.165
7th ' 90.M5 4.J
ilth ' 4So 4.MO
19th M 4.6i J 7 4.ioo
aotb ' 5,000.00 5.000
The second and tuWqent premiums are liVely to
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and Coupling, Nuts and
Washers, finUheil, Machine
Bolts, All sizes, Cold presvid
Ulatblinilli's. Kngtneer's And
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe m
Cutters, Winches, 8 Inch to
34 Inch, Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, llest
American liar Iron and Toul
Steel, Huilders' Hardware,
all kinds And MyIci, Hub
buck's Paints AndOiN,ravr
and loiIed, Small Paints in
Oil, in Urce variety. Dry
Paints, Umber. Venetian,
Red, Ochres. Metallic, &c,
Whitin;, German Window
atstd sires. Manila Rope
No 1 and a Flour, No. s and Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-The Vai
ner Hfroneur Ott, Meton'm On
trifngal Lining, 14 Inch. Itttbber
.Hprtttff fluff Vttnra Jlrakr just at
h and. D Lake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
lag. Ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating; At Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AISO ON COHSIGNMRKT
California Hay, liar ley, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, If am. Asbctoi Mixture for Iloilers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, r ence.Wire
and Staples, GahanizeU Itoofing
Wilcoi and Gibb's Automat is.: Sinerr Manufacturine
Company, Assorted: Kensington L'ompan), tamilj;
wuson Aiacmnes, tne icht avttment 10 oc lounu.
auu i iHMioia riit,
New Goo by every arrival from England, New
1 ori ana oan r raoctaco.
1 Kw Trmetiou Esuxix, 8-kortM tower.
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Rates and
with dispatch 340-359
CONTRACTOR auj BUILDER,
STEAM VLANIJfO MILLS
Mauufacture all LtnJs sf
and alt kinds of wood-work Unltb.
Tmralac ito11, aatl kmmsl aawisve.
Aaluaslaof PUnln(uil Sawlnj, Mort.tlscaiKiTe.v,
ORDERS PROMITLV ATfKNDKD TO AND
OrcWs from tb. other lUaivls soluilesl. eso-zjj
II. J. NOLTE, rKOPRIETOR,
BSS toaAiMuiH lahlsfnansls au4 tha puttie In in
tfal Ihal tht stora Salsuq protislas
From ) A. H., nil la r. H,
cosiati.t on Hai,
Oct of Hmasalck 4 balaa's caktsnaad
Is m in ill -srUk Ik stttl.lisatMSil, okaff loract of
saa paacava janstaaata.
, ' r Kartocasi Faaa,
la now otsta slalhr, Vaia KiSuStiatli stay ha fcaj
aMsssMMtatMasstka. . . ,!
M, I. NOLTt, laaaiaws-,
KI5 jM TSM II lXfr.
That by the "Steamer Alameda," dne on Mondar neit (sjrd Inst., I will
receive mf iisuaI supply of
Gent's Fine Furnisliing Goods.
ft is nucdlcss to eiiiiii.urntu tho fint varii'iy of roods which
arc always kept on hand in this old ustnliKslimriil ; hurt: always
will be round everything nccessaiy to complete a Gi:ntm:man's
OtiTPir. I have everything usually kept in slock in the best
appointed Gent's Furnishing Store. I have, also, this day
received by the
Steam Barkentine "MORNING STAR" From Boston.
The finest and handsomest line of
liver displayed in any one show-room.
It will afford me pleasure to show these nice goods to my
Patrons and Friends. Anyone coiUemplntii.i; traveling ouuhl
to call and examine these fine
Iionoiulu, March 21st, i88;.
PRESS PUBLISHING COMPAITY,
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
VampbeWn A'vw iluUtllny, Merchant Street.
Wedding, Visiting: rr Bustneu Cards,
Invitations, Menu Cards, ,
Ball Programmes, Letter,
Note, Statement or Bill Heads,
Shipping Receipts, Money Receipts,
Certificates of Stock, Contracts,
Bills of Lading, Checks,
Drafts, Orders, Notea,
Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blanks,
Labels, Books, Pamphlets, etc,
NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABLY DONE.
T ItOS. a. TllllUM, Mnttauer.
Dr. H. Johnstone Speer
i Regular MM Physician of tar j liimilj,
Would most respectfully inform his patients and the afllicted generally, that
he still continues to treat chronic and nervous diseases with unparalleled suc
cess. I-adies and Gentlemen, remember, that procrastination is the thief of
time, so come and be healed I It matters not what votir troubles may lie, come
and let the Doctor examine your case. It will cost you nothing for consulta
tion, so please call and satisfy ) ourselves whether the Doctor understands your
case. If he can cure you he. will tell you so : If not, he will tell you that, for
he will not undertake a case unless he is confident of effecting a cure.
Dr. H. Johnstone Spcer is a Specialist
For all Nnrou Disorders. From Wiutmr Cause Thej X17. be Brotghi n.
There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who arc .suffering from loss of
vigor and nervous prostration and a weakening of the system in a manner they
cannot account for. There are manymen who die of this difficulty, ignorant of
the cause. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a com
plete restorationof the physical and nervous powers.
OFFICE HOURS 9 to 12 a. m., i to 4 and 6 to 8 i m. Sunday, from
io to ii a. m. only.
Consultation Free. Thorough Examination and Advice $5.00.
JS3T Call or address DR. H. JOHNSTON!! Sl'EER,
239.251 No. 29 Ileretania Street, near Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
E. 0. HALL & SONMLimited.)
Have just received Ex Slcam lUrkentjiie
:m:o KiiTiisr a- star,
Boston Card Matches. Downer's Kerosene Oil, F rater's Ate Grease,
Cotton Waste, Ice Cream Freezers, (all sisei), '-
Eddy's Refrigerators, (all sizes), Lawn Mowers, Itsrr Agate Ware. (
Sn?0"VES A.W13 RANGES,
A NEW LOT OF
XX 0liw to the unusual demand fur
ecu, ami wis anuimem lias arrived uti in
tee iiesciipuve catalogues:, seiu on application.
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANU
X.A.XiOS STOOK OH? SOAPS,
Colgate's Toilet ioaj., Harness Soap, No. I I sundry Soap (In case),
Sterling Soap (In case), Erasivc Sttap (In caw), '
Uoiled and Raw Linseed Oil,
Lard Oil, Skldegate Oil, l'eanut Oil, Nrats Foot Oil, Castor Oil,
T U K I' E N T I N E..
PA J ATS Or UV3K11Y JlKHCltlVTlOK,
Ami a very Sutlor Slock of all Kind of
jL. Z5 S
AJI lo tie had at the
LOWEBT IsCA-StlCST RATSal
E. O. HALL lc
California Produce and Provision Co.,
IUIOKTKKS AND JOIIHKIIS Of Al.l. KINDS OK
Grocerle, Provision and Produce.
Kits .Mason ISallica, . Nils
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON,
a i awa svMMiiss nMw.,M ,.w
s'Toai aqsl buunsl.. UsHisUss CutlAsii, 'IusualoCuisup, CtSosy Cluw
in, (w In! CalifsnU CUr Vitwaac. (caiks ami Iras), DikJ Am-Us, liuko, lie,
CALIrOKNIA KISll l-KUIT ANU JIUTTEK HY EVEKVrSTEAMER,
Vhtuh isiti crllWissstl nt Ixwuast Mitrkui Mutsna nr Caaatlt.'
SOLE AOKNT8 rOK
Ecaassxl rackta Co., r, I. IV.a't tWa. Lsask Hussak, Tba Da Ual Oaaaa Isaaaasar',
K. l.tVV, (kuctaaao, so bftacnkJi, Cny - Co, ' r-
THE UAHHV.fi UASV UHKNAIM IMK MXTIMVU1MKM.H
$tf Goods dalif atl lo any ban of Ika cay baa tf
Ma. H Haul Straat
TOT OrriCE BOX No. . (
NIATBST JO PRINTINO
-s ssaaaMtat w aaaW at ika aUivauiPaau asW
goods. Prices very low as usual.
Fort and Merchant Streets
the alc out .lock on hand was very much
time lor the luc
For kinds and sites
Fort and King Streets, Honolulu, l, I.
STIis llal.ldis VIa. ubl tlaam
fsMunt sautaaau rst rrnus,ja
aaus svad J.ltias
1184 CATCH, BbU. and half Bbli)
ckaiga. UbnJ Oiskrs ntkaxil atta aatstiaataty (.
aitiT BtAVt, isVsatsasar.
Msaasalsi, (sata. M. I.
- ) TaLarHONK No. ay.
poa WsWMMe AN VHJRMM