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njicninK lint"- of tli Mapjucihin mclc
rif the ircati'in Truly it seemed as if
Tangaroa and Mutchi, "darkness"
' silence," reigned throughout the earth
throughout all space, and that I was
the only ectattr It was so oppres
sively Ilfelw and lonesome that otic
tould almost feel the bony fingers of
the Great Hereafter creeping up and
down the spine. Hut suddenly the
engine jnifTed a million sparks into
the unsus)crting air ; and then wc
rolled awny from the after-dusk dark
ness into the deeper black of mid
night. Mmiit daylight at a point 800 miles
from San Prnncisco I left the train and
soon after was in a stage bound for
Prcsscott, distant fifty-seven miles near
ly due south, This portion of Ari
zona, and in fact the greater part of
the territory, is a plateatl, of 3,000 to
8,000 feet elevation, generally consist
ing of rolling rocky hills, with an occa
sional open plain or small level valley.
Several mountain ranges- having peaks
9,000 to u,ooo feet high extend in a
north west and south-easterly direction
with the trend of the sea coast, but
none of them reach in an unbroken
line from end to end of the territory,
like the Sierra Nevada and coast range
in California. The altitude of the
region through which we passed was
from 5,000 to fi.ooo feet, and for more
than half the distance the road passed
over a succession of low hills thickly
covered with a forest of juniper, a small
species of cedar. A little grass grew
among the rocks, but owing to the
absence of water except during the wet
test put of the rainy season, it is little
used for pa3turage and is uninhabited.
The soil, if there is any, is obscured
by the lava boulders of which the hills
are composed. The surface is very
much like that of the country in the
vicinity of Mahukona and Kawaihac.
Only two canyons were encountered,
the first called Rattlesnake, the second
Hell's Canyon. The latter looks not
unlike FCinaiu culch mauka of the
Waialua road, but has no green mania'
nia to relieve the solemn grey of the
hffs. The long, narrow, tortuous
Chmo Valley was reached about thirty
miles from the railroad, and then the
riding was more comfortable. We
passed a few wagons along the road.
One of them was an army wagon going
for supplier for the garrison at I'ort
Whipple, and was driven by a soldier,
the first one I ever saw in the uniform
of the regular army wearing a medal.
bue.li decorations are not obtained so
easily from Uncle Sam as from the
Kuropcan governments, many of the
officers of which have their breasts
covered with stars and crosses till they
look like the rigging of a man-o'-war
on wash-day. In another stage we met
were General Crook and wife, and one
or two others. Crook is our best
Indian fighter and is known by the
Apaches as the "Gray Kox." His last
battle with them was fought about sixty
miles from here two years ago, and no
war party has left their reservation
since. This is the first instance since
the closing vcars of the seventieth cen
tury that this savage tribe has known
so long a period of peace, and perhaps
the first in its history, bpaiush ex
plorers penetrated Arizona (or "Ari
zuma," as it was then called), as cart
as 1538, but the first settlements were
not made until 150 years later. The
Indians attacked a party that attempt
ed to found a mission in the southern
part of Arizona in 1695, and murdered
some of the priest;.. And from that
time up to 1883 a year never passed
without witnessing their fiendish atroci
ties. Of the nine missions founded by
the Jesuits and Franciscans all were
destroyed by Indians but the grand old
church of St. Xavicr ' near Tucson,
which is still in use. . Other tribes
were converted by the pious Padres,
but nothing has ever made any impres
sion on the fierce Apaches but lead,
and a vast amount of it has been
expended upon them by Spani
ards, Mexicans, and Americans sue
ressively ; and the almost universal
opinion of thoc who know them best
is that the end is not jet. They have
always been at war with the tribes that
accepted, or professed to accept, the
teachings of the priests, and the earliest
iccoid of tlicnt Is that they were per
pclual enemies of neatly every other
neighboring tribe, and occasionally the
different bands into which they were
divide! fought with each other. The
various sub-tribes now gathered to
gethcr on the San Carlos reservation,
number about 5,000 som and the
laud bet apart for them embraces an
arcj of .,.).o square miles. All the
Indian in the territory number about
Hut I have wandered from my sub
ject and allowcil the stagu to get nvar
its destination, the first evidences of
which are a'few farms in the valley we
have been riding through. Kutcring
the foot-hills of the Sierra l'ritla Moun
tains we boon found ourselves in bight
of r"ott Whipple, armv headquarters of
the Department of Arizona, and just at
dusk pass ttirougn the pot, one mile
distant from tin center of the City rf
Prescott, the Capitol of Arizona. The
place is charmingly situated in a little
valley and on low- rolling lulls surround
ing it, within the lower edge of ; beau
tiful pine forest, is the prettiest moun
tain town I have ever seen, and has
a larger propoitiou of handsome resi
dences than any other place I know,
The population is only about 2,000 but
has been laiger. Iking left so far tu
one side by the railroad it has lot
much of its business, but expects to be
connected by the m.nn line soon. It
11 supported rnainl) by the mining and
grazing industries, which nill be greatly
extended with chcar transportation.
Unfailing criteria by which to form an
opinion of the proscrity of a place of
this kind are the number of saloons, of
faro and poker games, and the amount
of crime. Where silver is plentiful,
blood firms freely. In these days
l'rescott is remarkably peaceful ; so
quiet and orderly as to attract comment
from the citizens. 1 heard one of them
lamenting that there was only one
poker game running, and that the last
faro outfit uould soon hac to suspend
business if the patronage continued to
fall off. The climate is cool during the
greater part of the year, and in winter
the mercury sometimes falls below
zero. Snow has covered the ground
once since I arrived here last month.
The heaviest rainfall is in .summer, and
thunder showers nre heavy and fre
quent. Several trees around the town
show the marks of the lightning. One
house in the city was set on fire by it.
A relative of a former well-known resi
dent of Honolulu while riding was
struck, and both rider and horse were
instantly killed. Another time an old
man on the side-walk was suddenly
hurled half way across the street by
the electric fluid, and like a true
Arizonan quickly jumped to bis feet,
and striking n bcligcrent attitude
shouted at the top of his voice, "Who
in hell hit me with that brick ?" The
poor old man has been paralyzed ever
since, and walks with a cane now.
l'crhaps I will write more about
Arizona soon. Until then, to the Press
and its readers, I say "aloha, aloha-ino 1"
Geo. W. Stewart,
Prescott, Arizona, May 23, 1885.
P. S. Since the preceding was writ
ten, news has been received that the
Chiricahuas, the most blood-thirsty of
the Apache sub-tribes, have left the
San Carlos reservation on another mur
dering and plundering expedition.
Troops and Indian scouts are in pur
suit. There is also trouble brewing with
the Papagos, a numerous tribe, near
Tucson ; and across the line in Sonora
the Mexicans are having a serious time
with the Yaki Indians. The number
of killed and wounded is already
reckoned bv hundreds. G. W. S.
Of liilrrenl to Sill.- Ormcera.
The following letter appears in the Pacific
The Uniteil Stales Department of Agricul
lure will purchase during the coming sum.ner
such iiintitlc of silk-worm egj;s as may lie
deemed necessary for the ilislrihulion thai il is
protmseil to make for the season ol 1886. .So
far as found practicable the eggs will l,e pur.
chased of American producers. There arc
precautions, however, that must be taken to
insure purchase. KgKs of Imjirov cd races only
(preferably of the French or Italian jcllow
races) will he Iwuijlu, and the producer thould
send one or two samples ot pierced cocoons
with the. eci;s. In addition to this the pro
ducer muat conform to certain rules to ! here
after explained, so that an examination may he
made that will serve to show the degree of
purity of the eggs. No stlk culturist should
use his crop for the production of et;gs unless
the worms have shown, until they began the
spinning of their cocoons, every sign of per
fect, robust health. Any indication of the
disease cMnAjhuherit, from which the worms
so often die after the fourth molt and turn
black from putrifaction, or of an) other disease
from which silk-worms suffer, should be con
sidered, as ample reason for not using the
cocoons for the purpose in question. They
should, on the other hand, be sold for the
filature. II the worms have all the indications
ol health until the spinning riod, then the
cocoons may lie used for the production of
eggs. I he lullowuig brief instructions will
prove of service to those who wish to secure
I'or each ounce of eggs to be produced,
about three-ijuartcrs of a txiund of fresh
cocoons from the finest and firmest in the lot
should be chosen. These should be strung in
sets uiwii a thread, care lcini taken not to
pierce the clirjs.ilis, and the strings hung in a
cool, darkened room. The moths generally
envrge from the cocoons early in the morning
and wilt be seen crawling about over these, the
males listing noticeable by their smaller alxlo
mins, mure robust anteuna: and by their
greater activity. The moths should be placed,
regardless of sex, on a table where they will
soon,find their mates and couple. As soon as
formed, the couples should be removed to
another table that they may not be dittuilxd
by the lliittcrings of the tingle moths.
There should be prepared for each ounce of
eggs to be produced about too small lugs of
fine muslin, made in the following mannen
Cut the cloth in piece 3x6 inches. Then fold
one end over so as tu leave a single edge of
about Ihree'iniaitcrs of an Inch, through which
the Curd ran be run for hanging up. This
should be sewn up Inloa lug with the upper
end 0kmi anil then turned inside out so that
the eams will cau.c the sides to bulge. Thus
completed ihcy are called "cells." The cells
should be strung m a cord stretched across
The moths couple as a'rule aluut 8 o'clock
In the morning. About four in the afternoon
they should heeurated by taking them by the
wings and drawing them gently apatt. Each
telltale should now Ik: placed by herself in a
cell, which Is Ihrn closed by a pin. Here she
vill lay her eggs and in due lime die. The
mates may, as a rule, Ik thrown away, but it
U wise to keep a few of the more active ones
In case there should be a superabundance of
females the follow ing day,
When the females have finished la) Ing their
iggs. which operation occupies about 36 hours,
hey are ready to be shipped a this office.
The cell, vrl'h their enclosed moths and eggs,
sltould be placed in a strong bos, of wood or
tin, being packed in such a manner that they
w ill not tie crusheJ, and mailed tu the entomol
ugtsl at this department. The name of the
sender should be placed in each bus. The
luMtu, asiiccivcd, will be examined microscop
ically and the eggs of thoc which are found to
be five from disease will be weighed and paU
for at the rate of $2.50 per ounce of 2$ grams,
(about sixth-seventh of an ounce axordupuU).
hllk cutmiuts arc advised not la attempt the
production of eggs unless they are adepts at
the iudusiiy and have had at least one season's
experience. Wc would adslse each person
desiring (a sell, to sud a sample lust vsiih a
sUteiueul of the (piautlly ortVred.
C. V. KlUY, Entomologist.
Depart went of AsjtteullUK, Wlihlngloo, D.C,
May I, lW,.
!( f'firrlffn .Sr,
nit r-Aclnc coAsr
Princess Itiim.irck was quite ill at latest
fifty ships have lieen loaded with wheal this
)ear at lleniela.
At iron a stoektnen are wwlng estenslrely
alfalfa for their cattle.
San Francisco Is enjov ing the luxury nf the
Thomas concerts not Thomas-cat concerts,
The news that Kcar-Adniiral Macaulcy will
succeed Itcar-Admiral Upshur in command of
the Pacific squadron ijcomhrmed.
1. Untenant Carlin, formerly of the Hartford,
and now r,f the Independence, has been sidl
ing friends In Alameda county, California.
The Arago, the first steel ccean steamci
built nn the Pacific Coast, had a successful
trial trip tn .San Prancisco Hay on May 2th.
(iradcrs on the California Southern Railroad
arc twenty miles bevond San llernardlno.
Open cuts are being substituted for the pro
posed tunnels in the Cajon pass.
The commencement exercises of the
California State University at Ilerkeley look
plac.cotiMayJ7lli. Thercsignationof President
Keid has been formally accepted.
Much excitement has been caused in Ililtish
Columbia by an order in council from Ottawa
raiting the price of railway lands to $2.50 an
acre, and increasing the stumpagc nnd other
duties on limber to an extent that will destroy
the lumber trade of the province.
The California Church Union, which was
orginicd in 1S70 for the purpose of promoting
religion and benesolencc, but which discontin
ued its work In 1S7S, was re-organized recent
ly at Grace Church, San Francisco. It was
found that $657.11 yet remained to the credit
of the association In the San Francisco Savings
'3KNEPAI. AMERICAN IN rEl.LK'.t'.NCK.
New York City is to have a railway under
The llartholdl statue has left Kouen, France,
for New York.
Gradual emancipation ol slavery in Ilratil is
In Cleveland, Ohio, there has recently been
a conviction for playing baseball on Sunday.
Canada has decided to refuse entry of all
United States goods manufactured by convict
The l'rcsbyterian General Assembly of the
United States has recently been in session in
There had Ik.ch fighting in British America
with Indians after Kcill's capttnc ; hut the
trouble there was lielieveil to be at an end on
It is said that Kiel, I he Manitoba rebel
chief, is an American citizen, and recently
took nu active part in Montana polities as a
On May 251I1, the French fishing Imrk
George Jeanne was run down by the Anchor.
Line's steamer City of Home, during a fog olf
the Ikinks of New I-'oundland, 22 men being
lost out of a crew of 24.
American Consul Mackay, of Kio Grande
do Sul, llraiil, was recently grossly insulted
by a Brazilian editor, whom he shot, happily
not killing the journalist. Svmpathy is alto
gether with the consul.
Arirona and New Mexico are in 'the midst
of another Indian outbreak. There had bLcn
sixty whites killed up to June 1st, many
of them women. Geronimo, who has led three
previous raids, is head of the movement. The
Ariionans are vigorously subscribing.
The First Comptroller of the United States
Treasury has decided that mutilated United
States bonds cannot I e redeemed unless the
treasury department is satisfied that the parts
presented are all that remain of the Ijonds ; or
in other words, that the unproduccd parts
must lie satisfactorily accounted for.
From twenty to thirty bands are now in the
different provinces of Cuba. The attack in
the province of Santiago dc Cuba is the signal
for the beginning of another long war lor inde
pendence. The Governor-General of Cuba
has issued a decree declaring that the province
of Santiago de Cuba is in a state of siege.
The capture of Riel was the prevailing topic
in Quebec during the past week in May, The
French Canadians are unanimous in the declar
ation that he must not be hanged, and one
newspaper demandsafairandsearching invest!-
gationin order toasccetlalnand remedy thegriev-
anccs w hich are responsible for the late rebellion.
Miss Elizabeth Cleveland, sister of Presi
dent Cleveland, has written a letter to Dr.
Howard Crosby of New York ujion the ques
tion of total abstinence, in which she takes ex
ceptions to certain views expressed by Dr.
Crosby upon the liquor question. Miss Cleve
land argues steadily for total abstinence and
makes a plea for the absolute extinction ol In
Arrangements have been made for an inter
national sculling match to take place between
August 1st and August 15th. The following
oarsmen will contend 1 Hanlan, Teemer,
Wallace, Hoss, D, Godwin of London,
riaisted, Gaudaurof St. Louis, Allien Ilamm
of lloston, Lee, and Austin Stevenson of San
Francisco, The winner will get $3, too, and
the second, third and fourth men respectively
$1,200, $500 and $300.
Considerable interest Is felt in Canada about
the Hudson's Hay expedition, to sail from
Halifax in Juni to solve the problem whether
the Hudson Straits can be navigated by steam
ships for a sufficient lime in the summer to
make them an available route for grain from
the northwest tn F.utope. The railway from
Winnipeg to Montreal is expected tn be ready
(or heavy traffic this summer. The distance it
1,400 miles. If, however, Hudson's Day be
found navigable, the railroad will be con
structed from Winnipeg to Churchill, saving.
It is claimed, 650 miles in the transportation
of w heat from the northwest to Liverpool.
KUKOl-EAN AM) 11S.NKKAU
The blockade of Formosa juris has been
The outbreak of cholera at Marseilles
creates much alarm in London.
Humors of cholera in the slums nf Marseilles
and the uuilsing villages still continue.
Seven of the ten conditions submitted by
France lave been accepted by China, and the
Several Germans houses have applied at
Teheran for the construction of a railway tn
the Persian Gulf.
Prince Kobert Fiancolt Louts I'hillippe,
eldest son of the Duke de Chaitres, died In
Paris May jut, aged 19 year.
Alt the wheal and barley crop iu the neigh
Itorhnod of Imahannmura, Yaiugori and Oiui,
Japan, have been destroyed by rioods.
Paris Is again trouble,! by a threatened cum
munlstic outbreak. The doth of Hugo is the
pretext, Rochcfort Ls at large and blatant.
The Italian Government wilt erect a Monu
ment sixty fert high to the memory of Cavour,
the regMMof of Italy. He tiled la 1861.
The Uletnalloaal Musical Coogtaw at Ant
werp, which prowlsM to 1st of tictptineal
lBMtinw. U to th (am Utt Hk to Use I lib
stnfTirf In rrwtfti Ism a ljtn teitrsxxl MSn. '
cerning the health of Emperor William of Gcr
many. On the 30th ultimo he was believed
to be serioud) ill,
Applicants for emigration to Hawaii from
lihikawa Ken, Japan, up to May tllh, ex
ceeded 5,000 in number, but only 300 of them
had obtained permission.
Appliance necessary far iron shlp-bulldlng
hue arrived at the government jard at llly
'V. Japan, and the resources of that establish
ment will shortly enable vesels of t,5oo Ions
to be constructed.
There Is a growing lielicf that troubles are
brewing for Germany and Kngland respecting
Zamfliar, ami probably also in regard In Santa
Lucia bay, farther south on the eastern
coast of Africa. Complications In the former
place have been caused by the excessive real of
agents of the German Kast African Company,
who arc said to have encroached Upon Zanzi
bar territory in their anxiety to secure available
Victor Hugo died at 1 1 JO 1-. M., May 22nd.
He licqucathcd his manuscripts to France and
left It to the republic to select the
burial place for his remains, aim to decide as
10 the form of his funeral. It hail been oflici
ally announced that he would be buried in the
Pantheon. Before this announcement was
made, a decree had been drafted secularizing
the Pantheon In order to iicrmit of the Inter
ment therein of Hugo's remains. M, Kcne
Gobet delivered the funeral oration, livst
hundred provincial deputations intimated
their Intention t6 attend the funeral, Paris
has never been more profoundly stirred by any
modern death. On May 31st a continuous
line of people defiled silently by the body as II
lay under the Arc etc Trlomphc during the
entire day. The funeral took place June 1st
and was one of the most imposing scenes of
THE AinilAS AOONV,
No war jet.
Kussla is constructing batteries at strategical
points along the Gulf of Finland.
Turkish officers are still busily engaged in
planting tmpedoes in the Dardanelles.
A dispatch of May 33rd, from Herat, said
that naturalization of the Pcnjdeh district was
It is reported that the Russians have ob
jected tn the Afghans occupying Karawul
Kuana, where the Maimenc road branches olf
half-way between Maruchak and Bala Mur-;
St. Petersburg advises state that the build
ing of the Central Asain Hallway Is proceeding
with extreme rapidity. Thirteen hundred
laborcrcrs have just left Baku to work on the
road and it is reported that 6000 more will
The London Daily News of the 29th that
journal is supposed to be deep in the confidence
of the administration said the negotiations
with Hussia arc proceeding with extreme slow-,
ncss, owing 10 Lord Kimberly's absence from
London, as the negotiations are entirely in his
hands. The fact that he is able to leave
London, it says, is evidence of serenity.
The presentation of swords of honor by the
Czar of Hussia to General Komcroff and his
chief of stall' was an unusual expression of
satisfaction on the part of the autocrat.
English papers see in it a sign that the czar
means business, and their fears arc further con
firmed by the announcement that war pre
parations are continued nn a large scale in
The following was the exact state ol the
Afghan frontier negotiations on May 30th :
The Ameer surrenders Pinjdch for 'ulifiknr
The question i unsettled as to whether- 'the?
Zulifikar pass sliatl form a part of the lioundary
or remain wholly in Afghanistan. Russia in
sists that Maruchak belongs to I'endjch.
Kngland objects and makes the retention of
Maruchak a tint ana non. This difference of
opinion is now the main difficulty.
It is known that there ts an immense move
ment of troops still in progress toward Central
Asia. Large bodies of infantry, cavalry, field
artillery anil railway and telegraph builders arc
piessing forward in an almost continuous
stream from European Kussia through the
trans-Caucasian provinces across the Caspian
Sea, and eastward toward the Afghanistan
frontier. The work! of strengthening the
Russian defences on the Black Sea is actively
proceeding, and the fortification of Sebastopol
especially is being pressed with feverish energy.
Colonel Patrick Stewart and the British En
gineer Officers who accompanied him' on his
recent visit to Herat, have reported the result
of their inspection. They found thai the for
tifications are wholly Indefensible with the
present armament. The only decent gun
they found was one old twenty-four pounder.
The place however, could lie made impregna
ble, owing to its superb natural position, by
the erection of series of new forts equipped
with modern artillery. They strongly recom
mend the immediate construction of these
works, but are doubtful if the 'Ameer will
agree to the outlay.
A London dispatch of the 1st instant, says
"The official statement published in, the Daily
News to-day from Granville, Secretary of
Slate, to the effect that the Kusso-Afghan
boundary question 'S-a-,iill unsettled, has
highly disconcerted the Liberals and nude the
Tories jubilant. The London Standard
of the same date has a St. Petersburg dis
patch continuing a previous statement ny the
News that the question was settled. The Stan
dard's dispatch was very positive. Many
European papers consider that Russia' accept-
nt the bngusii proposals is prompted uy a
dcslte to prevent the overthrow of the Glad
Russian censors of the press dispatches are
said to be exerting themselves to the utmost to
suppress the fact that notwithstanding tlvg
favorable prospects for peace, Russian war
preparation are (till being pressed with extra
ordinary vigor. The news, however, reaches
London by various roundabout routes, and it
is known that there Is ail Immense movement
of troops still In progress toward Central Asia.
Large bodies of infantry, cavalry, field artillery
and railway und telegraph builders are pressing
forward in an almost continuous stream from
Kuiopean Russia throuith the traru-Caucauian
pros inces, aero the Caspian sea, and cast
ward toward the Afghanistan frontier. The
wnik of strengthening the Russian defence on
the Black sea is actively proceeding, and (be
fortification of Sebastupot, especially, U being
pressed with feverish energy.
England's surrender to Kussia, has produced
great effect upon the Russian party in Turkey
which Is muniphanl at the I'alace of Constan
tinople. As a result a grand council waa sum-
luoncii fu the inxs of deliberating a re
to the liritiih iwiKssals retatiriS tlic Tuik
occupation of Suakiui aul a tiisij. u.1. as tstnl
to Kltaklr iasha at St, PsHttalMrK with taairuc
tiutu to arrange a possible treaty frith Ktinia
guaraBlxsrisaX the Sulta ia the inaialeasxcc U
bit KstM txxtasakma In Kuro.sr. The IMtUh
oV sua acctpttsl teapssniisg SuaVliu, rjovUai
that lac npeoas be paU out of a Dew Isvas aasl
FngUnil Kaea the slate of the utdaaata ssvactja-
tiua of VfEffi. The IVxtt baa ten IsaJ la thk
iletHsminatlsMs by lasUiou cogmtli fnsua the
KuttiaM aust Fraacb anihaiilti, tvhti ttH law
Tuk that Htsalit ia ia aaaieMt la
Bnast that she wW aMe ta isnhlin a4 sa
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Company of Hamburfc.
. IMCKFF.U) A O.. AGKXTS.
Capital and Renerve. ...... Kelcliimark S.Sjo.ouo
' their Re-Inurance Companies js.ow.wj
The Agent of the ilove Company, for the Hawaiian
.(and, are prepared to iniure Uuildingt, furniture.
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., alw bucar
and Kice Milt, and el fn the harlvr, agalnU Itm
or damage by me, on the moist favorable Urm,
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURO FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
A. JAKGHRt AGEXT,
UuiMing, Merchandise. Furniture and .Machinery
I mured against r ire on the moct ravoratle terna
BW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ance Company of Boston.
CASTI.K K COOKJC, ACKXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the unitea states.
PnUcirm Jtaued on the moaf Fa ro rat, te Termt
Losiet paid through Honolulu Agency, 4o,ooa
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. BREWKR tV Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg-.
. HACKFELD & Cc.t Agtnts
Capital and Reserve t.KetihiinarV rt,caoo,ooo,
their Kelnsurante Companlei 101.650.oua
Total Rettrnnurlc 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Compan. for the Hawaiian
Wands re prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machiner), etc. also huear
and Rue Mills, and vessel in the harbor agaimt v
or damage by fire, nu the mot favorable leims.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
BSIWP& Co,, AGF.N7X.
VnUmltnl JAntHty to Murkhuldera.
ISCOMK FOK 1879;
Premiums received after deduction of r-
Insurance ..., , $ J.j8,5
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here.
NION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
Incoqxjrated 1875. a 10-261
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
.laser. Jununrit tst., tHH-i, Hivty $17,
OOO.OOO. Police iasutd. on the most favorable termt. and
absolutely Nou-Forfeltable after Two
KXASIFLB Or NON-roRFEirUKK FLAN I
Insured aae js ean m sears Endowment Plau for
.tisnuiil I'remluM tM.IO.
Al the tad or the ad Year. $ So.Bs
The second and subwieut premiums are likely lo
be redus-ed by inertmtmr annual tHitrtlHtians of sir
tST Applications can b hadof; wihI nil) information
.11 l '.... .. A. ...a..
Dili vm i ot mj in ngsEiii,
,S-tf CASTLK & COOKS.
f-iHARLBS BRBWER at Lo.
; Kttav SriaxT, Itoituh,
4UKKTH Of HAWAII AS VAVKKTU,
t?ssrsil IfemmiMtuM .simf..
ilMst.1 attcntlua gi-n lo iha purdualnc of goudt for
lh Hawaiian tratlt. Krattht m Iowa it rales.
TJ W. SSVBRANCH,
116 C'ALiroiNlA St., Cai,(Roosi No. 4.)
BAWAMIAN COXaVL VOMMISMUS
4 Fott 8C & F,
Tai Flll RLiaaaft Cuubm lactutl filnula and
DooUc Entry Bosjk-lmptn, at ai'fJWti tu ail dpart
mua of UuImu Cunutcrrial Arithmetic; ftluan
Wnuuiuhlp; McrcaiuiU Law; .44m iirrwkUMulf
oyc; Lvtur oa Law; Udadntu Vvu. ami ib
rasua. vf ..vwitusi ns.iiti aiswavutanM isstaviaivw iu
lubbLtai. ImiiurllaaZ. kailrtNutintf. Lawtu HussuuMss
Urotstrafit, aual Bankuig; LntilUh Uiana,ha InclwttBtf
liana, h, Inci
Kcaaliog apcUing. Crama. tic; Drawing; ana
Motiarm Luif uaja.a. cuctriuiiiac ot Dracikal ifutructsoii
in fiwocb, 0,011., ami bpaiiiUu
SauriAL HaatsicuaU atwt Ornaiacntal aruunanaliiik.
Htyf WwUuiwWsSurvstytJiii.NaUaiin.ClvU Ka
ulawtntrt. Ataayinc btwcfllaoj, Tyr-V)'UU; llc
f c Mi iuwtnatuHi aUalrctta,
juii San .').. h.o,Cau
C ), Hassjh, CosAwtor ms fcttstsr. t. fwsiiaiM,
HmUmm aast Halah afe. kaasl. 1m assU
tasiielarsssit ssasstaat MtttssHx sso44 east aslst
T 1 OLLISTER & CO.,
mrirt: rur attk.tio, nf tiik
I'l'm.m .t Kii'.vnir Mr.nHASTx
in (-articular, u ttteir lar and
varied amort tusnt of
juit tettlved. 'IhtsU cVtigwteJfd
to I the fine t perfume in the
orld. All of one quality.
Great variety of odoii ityle
and prices, also
(II ..at,, and ttjrlc)
and the Urgett and most complctt sleek of
ever kept In this Kingdom. A
large Invoice of
r A 3 It Kit MKDITKiUtASKAX HVONUK
direct from Europe, free from
sand or dirt. Agents for
PARKS DAVIS A GO'S
J. C. AYER A GO'S
Horseford'e Add Phosphates,
Green's August Plower ft German Syrup,
AUcork Porous Plaster Co ,
Mnrray & Lanman's Florida Water
Yt-rbk Ilueua Bitters.
IT OLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and ManuUc
facturers of the celebrated
Agents for Win. S. Klu.Ull & CV
frayraut 'tinlty Fair,
Jtiluiccu (i nil Cigarettes
tthtch hae no rivals. The
largest aiborinient of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
QUX GINGER A LR & SODAIVATKK
has always been reoognUed as the
best In the market.
QUE QIXGER ALE SXTEACT
being manufactured from our awn
private formula in
ARRATKD WATERS (n Patent or Cork
StoppeicJ bottles as desired.
WHOLESALK & RETAIL, 59 NUUANU ST
FORT MERCHANT STS
Crystal Soda Works!
Our Ctwdi arst ackapwltU4 iha Ban I
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
ItraUour UuilUa. fainlHsn hm im otLct
Q1NOER ALE BUT OURS.
CHILDREN CKV KIR OUR
1 SOD AW ATER !
Wc Itivlit banicular all cut ton uwr KiUot lUir.
rcceotly iiaiJiKtJ, by whirh all water batd is our
maJkuJaftunn U aUoluttlv frc4 from all imunlU.
JV Wo dclivvr our ImmJi Ytmt4 CKarg to .alt
ptsi-uuf th city.
laiviui aiivoiwn au i imuki urosrrtx Auurttta
THK CKYSTAI.SOUA WORKS,"
I'. O. 110 X M7 . HONOLULU, II, I.
aM- OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. at -vs
ST Orders Ufl wills Bmuoss, Suih4 Co., No. It,
foal Ssrstct, UI rs.siv 4uai)t aitanssluss. a))
Wts. IM mmd IWhrl Mrsstsl.
(Ofrwirs uuyi'i aT.iua.)
tflaV WsrfHarlrM O atf la'aWaasUatBWsWa sBBBssaasW Its! sMsMstf IMs
At llio Old Stand, No. 8 Kaalmmanu St., Honolulu,
IMfOKrKKAND I1KALKK IN
NTOTE8 A. I
(.finite I tun Ware, t'Uln And Nickel I'UieU (
Tin Ware, of all kind ;
Lamps and Lantern ;
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
OF AM. KINDS,
As A varisty of Mouse Furnishing Oooils Inn numerous to meruiott.
PRESS PUBLISHING C0MPAF2",
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
L'ampbetl'B JVeu' BuiUHng,
Wedding', Viaitinff rr Business Cards,
Invitations, Menu Cards,
Ball Programmes, Letter, -
Note, Statement or' BUI Heads,
Shipping- Receipts, Money Receipts,
Certificates of Stock, Contracts, '
Bills of Lading, Checks,
Drafts, Orders, Not,
Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blanks,
Labels, Books, Pamphlets, etc, -
NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABLY DONE.
TJIOS. a. 'Ml It VM, Manager.
Dr. H. Johnstone Speer
Regular Graduated Physician if tari tasilj,
Would most respectfully inform his patients nnd the afflicted generally, that
he still continues to treat chronic and nenous diseases with unparalleled suc
cess. Ladies and Gentlemen, remember, that procrastination is' the thief of
time, so come and he healed 1 It matters not what your troubles moy be, come
and let the Doctor examine )our case. It will cost you nothing for consulta
tion, so please call and satisfy yourselves 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 Speer is a Specialist
For all Nnrou Disorders, Froo Whlrm hue Ihay Xij b Brttji. a.
There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who are suffering (rom loss of
vigor and nervous prostration and a weakening of the system in a manner they
cannot account Tor. There arc many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of
the cause. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a com
plete restoration of the physical and nervous powers.-
OFFICE HOURS 9 to 12 a. m., ,i to 4 and 6 to 8 i. m. Sunday, from
10 to 11 a. m. only.
Consultation Free. Thorough Examination and Advice $$.00.
t3- Call or address DR. H. JOHNSTONE SPEER,
239.251 No. 29 Ueretania Street, near Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
E. 0. HALL &
Have just received Ex Dark
Boston Card Matches. Dow utr's
Cotton Waste, Ice
Eddy's Refrigerators, (all. sites),
STOVE A.PTI BANGED,
jarOwincto Ibe unusual demand far
reduced, and thU thipmenl ha arrived just In
11 r D
1 descrlpllve catalogue, sent on application.
WE KKKF CONSTANTLY ON HAND
t.ukaatei Toilet Suan.
telling soau till case;, ciaus-s; nuiii u isssi,
llolle.1 ami Kaw Ltruccsl Oil,"
UrsiOil, Skldegate Oil, 1'eanut Oil, Ncals Foot Oil, Casta OM,
T U R I' B N T I N E ,
JAIXTH OF Xrxttr MXHVJlIXTMOX,
Ami avert Suiiui Slock of alt K'adsoI -
isc -a. at id tt -a. m :
All to be had at lb
tOWBST MABXaT MA.TXW
1, O. HALL 4k:
3(0.361 Coriatr Fort and Kia Stmt, Wastshhi H, a.'
Pacific Hardware 0
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s.... s IlXU', ItiililBMainii ,1W
AM sssf statists ssW
ALL Till'. I.AIKS.' IMrkOVEI)
X X L TV Gt KTS ,
ftsKantied Iron and Lead lipe;
Sheet Lead and Copper
Iron Stone Drain Pipe
and Sheet Iron Work,
ATTENDED 1X1. " '
Meudota and other arrivals
Kerosene Oil, Fraatr't Axla GrMat,
Cream Freexers, (all Maes),
Lawn Mowers, Iron AgU Ware.
the alios e our stock on hand
eras nh muck
lime (or the present season
Kor kiaaU sod aim '
stock: or ioa:
Soap, No, 1 Laundry Ssusfs (ia
A Sft ' H (Mias." I
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