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ruin (or ne) Ion,; HK"t i)t no rcroril
of their yiii,mIoii i'ill Itut (Im mm
MliiK ImiIIiIIii, lloim unit bom? Impll
incut, 'Mrjinriii ol otit', mnl Mini
inn on slioili'ieil rock, will' h tl'ey Iclt
beliliiil iliom. 801110 think lliey weiu
iho (Itwt'ml'Uilii of Hit' iiioiIimI litiitilet
oftlir MhiMiil 11llcy, nml tlm pio
liriiiiofn of tlm 'I'liliffa mill 1 .1 1 r the
Amwh lnniH'lioH fiimi wlildi people
pfiitlruli'tl Into Oiilnil Aincilni, nml
win, inuctl limit" limiR'nit' Mnuline
lli.il mi' ii vmric ot luwilrr In nl! who
liunv tif ilicm, IVilup-i ihcm rmly
rculilt'tili (if Ati.onn war iillleil to llie
mitlonn nf Aniilm.it" nml to tl'iimikiio"vii
t.110 In (he 11011I1, for In ninny, wny
lliclr rlvlll'iilion nru linked 1tnftirr.
Hut nn tnr MyMt'ty cl.iliu their hUloiy
.11 her own InvlihinUpiopcity, nml wltiM
imit'li In tjotilrctiitt'd llliln in known.
In 1I1I1 liiiinctllnlc vlclnliy nml In a
Hi ml Mlf 7)1" Arloiu nrt3 tinmcioii
tiiiui, Tin.' fniimlrttlonnof iii.iity run 10
ho fouml on i'oimmimllii! hill'IOii(
evidently tlm iciiinlni of lemplw ic
iioileil to for woifitilplntt thu sun. In
leu-l volley, fur friiin nny -iiniiinH
minim, 1110 clilMureil icnte of aliuill
iiuimiili, ench mid to do lite t.rmnhlliig
w.tll of oltl ImiltlliiKi lli.it liuve nxniii
liccoiiic n part of the cailli, Then:
weio piohnhly'inwiii, nml nlllioiiili to
tiny Rcvcrnl oftlicm nte Innr'ul, ili'Milnlc
plnini, tluiy ncris ouco muroiimlcil by
I'tiltlvateil.iklil nml n proipeioim, mom
population, for old iiii;nliii(; ciiuuU
llmi oni'c cmitnlncil wntcr to the IaihIj
that know It not In tlicta (lnyn, may he
Iracod for inllei. The lamia now culth
vntcd by the Aiiicilciit f.irmcr in Ail
rona mo but n small pari of the ut
men onfo tilled by thai imliiitrlotin Iml
now unknown people. The lionsi-i Imlll
In the level country wcie mainly of
ndohemid Utile of litem remains Iml the
foundations of concrete. One of the
mealesl of the buildings of this i.I.tm,
it is supposed, it the famous ruin known
an the " ensa uraudc'' In the vnllcy of
the (Ilia, river, n few miles fioin the
town of Floicuce. It was spoken by
the ratly Sp.initlt exptoieis nml mis
siounrles, nml the Indians then icsidiue,
in the vicinity said H had been In the
Mine condition ns long as their people
had known It. One of the old padres
who Wted tlia " rasa islamic" little
over a century ah tlesciibes the build
iim ns halnlt eslcnor walls .uo leet in
length fio m nortb to south and son
feel fioin cast to west. It was lour
stories in height,!! five immense halls,
and the walls wcresiv feet in thickness,
Hut one liinulrcd years- have left their
mntk on this colloial edifice. It is now
little more than n silupcless mass, and
soon, like hmulicds and perhaps thou
sands of other structures, will be
nothing but a mound of gravel, sand
anil clay.
The ruins In the mountain renions
ate ol more luting iualcii.il and better
preserved. The ivccffics in the cliffs
along so oral of the streams and in the
front of ptccipitims mountain walls
contain buildings lifMone firmly reincn
led together with concrete in which
time was used, and many of them are
in an almost perfect statu of preserva
tion. In other places in the same re
gion immense chambers have been
excavated in the wiulitonc cliffs, some
of which must have been the work of
a number ot years and many hands, for
implements of lione mid stone aic
round that they used in hollowing out
the rock.
Further north in Arizona bml in New
Mexico arenvral pueblos or villages
build of adobe and stone In elevated
places, accessible only by a single steep
and narrow ptith leading up ami along
bigh and frownini? cliffs. Thsc are. stil
inhabited by an industrious people who
have rnicks of sheen and horses, and cut
tivated fields, and who are skilled in the
manufacture ot many articlcsof clothing,
of ornament and of household use. The
inlnoitanti o' a few of thcra were
converted to Chrbtianity by Roman
Catholic missionaries years ago, but
other retain their old religious super
stitions, traditions and customs as they
received them from their lorefathers.
Who th savage Indians of Arizona
are, when they came here, and from
where, m not known. They have not
been cawAd to preserve the history of
their lrib, ml their folk-lore is unun
poftant. At present- there are in
the territory lhe following i The Mo-
quk, inhabkMg the pueblos spoken of;
the Ava-Supwa, who live in the bottom
of ttw dp, narrow canyon of Cater-
act Creek, reached by a dangerous trail,
situated further below the mean surface
of the country than the pueblos of tNc
Meruit whifih ae perched above it; the
Mavajoes a wuieraut people, number
tair about i5,eM stMtk ad the posse
an of Ury, Harks at cMf sheep and
ktf ywppt aMitfk JHAClCflAliMa
Ihiniaiwl. Cliliiiiihiievl", Mnhnvea, I'n
ni)pwt and Amili TIip liiurr nte
dlvldtil lino miinnoiii mill iillirs
Tim I'inm ami Mnrlcnpiin, (illlioijli
ipMlilnjt ill(T"fem laiifii.ifra, live nil
iho wine rpM'rvnllon. Tltoy (liilllvhtr
the null mill fnlie iintk nml nfc qiilio
pnrtpeiotm. 'I liny llvo where they wmo
flint H'fu by llie MkiiiIiuiI three eeniii
ile ngo, nml hove ( bmiged link In that
lime. They have nlwnyn been fileuitlly
to llie whites, nml often nwlietl Inwitii
wllh the Ap.vhei. Tho Viimas (iiive
the while imirli tumble in wuly tlinw,
but In their l,tt bailies, thhty-flve yentu
iiim they writ; taught In ulrrr olciir of
llie war paih, Tim Mnh.ivt'i nml
('hliiieluievli live on n icnetvatlon on
Hit' Coloniilti Illier The fonncr tribe
wt'io npoken of in n pluvious letter,
The l',ipa;oi lumpy an uninviting
irHlon In Motilli-iiesliirii AiUona, wliern
Hillings me ncfiii e In thu dry loeky h
Wlieiever water Is olitnin.ilile they liavo
dug welli, built niiiall villages, nml mill-
vnle nml lulgali" lltllt; g.udens. Tlicy
have nlivnyi been fiitn friends of lite
doinliiniil nice, They wcie one of the
fiut tribes to rertilvu iho leaililugi of
llie pi icsls, nml during the long yenis
following tlm desliiicllou of ihemlnslnu
KCltleuicnlK by lioslllt! Indians, pie
nctveil the ttlt 1 rlmri'li of San Xuvlet
tlel llae from the limul of llw Apaelte,
llie only innnmncnt now remaining In
Ailrona of llie woik of the n-alous
pailres.
Tho llmt ncrlom tioublo tbnt ever
niosu between lluMc people nutl the
whiles was alluded to in my last, mid It
imi'Vltf' nckuotvleilgcil that tlm simple
mid houcflt I'apagos wen) in thu tigjit.
I'eiltnps It is bci'iiuso Ihcro is little in
the desolate legion hi which they live
to lempl the cupidity of their avaricious
white ncighhois Ihnt the iclatlon-i be
tween them have been friendly for mi
long n time. The late trouble grew out
of 1111 Ameileau inking possession ol
one ol their spilugs nml building n
fence mound it-Thi; I'.ipago-t, not
miileistniiding thuirofinjrto get
wntei, nml )lVicrsjlfruHeifltT!nrrcst
them. The Wuo (TiiW. rcsistcdtlhe
ariest mid madfljprripneftjiVif the; Olu
cers. AsstslnncJVwAiScnr for Will n
number of voluuteuKfiijiu 'M'ueson
armed themsclvcn niKnjitcd out to
liberate the sherilT mid depulies. Two
or three shots only were fired nt long
Hinge, but fortunnlely no one was in-
Juied. Tito Indians the officers wcie
nfler went to town nml gave themselves
up, and thus n threatened war was
averted J and 1 nm pleased to lie nblc
to add that the offending I'apagos wcie
discharged by lite cotut. I have great
tespect for u people who, like the
I'apagos, will fighl fur their homes nnd
what they believe to be right, although
ceitnin that sucii action wouiti in
the end icsiilt in disaster In themselves.
Tbey do not envy others their posses
sums in the feilile valleys below, never
offer lb encroach upon them, and only
ask to lie let auiiie in llie peacelui en
joyment ol life mid liberty in the mile
huts scattered among the bleak wastes
wlere their falhcis resided befoie theui,
mid when, they are contented nml
happy with the little they call their own.
Mow true me the wotils, "lie it ever
so humble, tilde's no place like home I"
The Hualapais aic related to the
Apaches ami me now called ftiemlly.
Formerly they were quite tiodblesouie
bul weie subdued by (leneral Crook in
1873, Ciook used 11 number of Ute
Indians as scouts in limiting and fight
ing tne Hualapais, nml inter ncing
severely beaten they sued for peace,
which was granted 011 condition that
they would assist the soldiers in fight
ing the Apaches. This they consented
to do, and were afterwards of great
service. After a few of the Apache
sub-ltlbcs were whipped into submis
slon they were employed to fight other
sut) tribes, and many of them are so
engaged to day. Uualapai braves arc
often seen scouring the back streets of
I'rescotl in search of cast-off clothing
of any kind. Frequently their dress is
a mixture of the savage and the tattered-civilized
and the. effect is pict
uresque if not pleasing. They seem
to be going the way of others of their
race to destruction. A short time
ago the writer and a companion, travel
ing near the country of this tribe
through a lonely valley, came to a
house where a young woman anil two
girls were alone. The nearest family
lived twelve miles away, but there were
cattle ranches nearer. She told us
that a lwrty ol these Indians stopped
at the bouse the day before while pass
ing and their manner made her quite
uncomfortable so long as they were
around. She had been in one lluala-
Jl "scare" and regards them suspi
ciously, although they arc eaccable
enough at present. Noticing a in
Chester in one corner we asked her if
she understood the use of it. "Oh
yc," she replied, " 1 know how to use
the ritle, and when left alone consider
it lots of company," It is just such
unprotected homes as these that hostile
bands descend uoti ; but as it is hardly
probable that the Hualapais are anxious
to have Crook's scouu and troops on
their trail again, it Is not likely that the
ouc w quettion will ever le molested.
II111 In Ihe'souih eimli rn iKirt if the1
Territory and In New Mi sun the Chi
rlialnm Amrin have lately imudcml
11 number of uiiwtuy wilier nml ihulf
fninlllen ami nppllwl llie fire brand to
their dwelling, Th" long period ot
peitre they have been I'tmipelleil to ob
nt'ivo neemliijily whcliod (heir nppctlm
fin blood nml llirli vli limn me ninny
'I he Chlili almas bine iindoubleilly
killed mine people limn nny oilier Irljifl
of like iniiiibur in Ameilen. Tltoy mo
tils limit 1 mel mid blood thinly brum Ii
of 11 Kiivnge iiml wiitllku people. When
lite A l ',1 1, lies wcie firM known they were
llie iwiiin ns lliey mtt (oil.iy. Other
I rlheii wore mindly pew cub!)' Im lined
umil Imposed upon, but the Apncbc'
giectlng for pilest or fxplmct, ludlnii
or wiiue, or nny who emereii ins
domain, was llie nbrlll war whoop unit
lite whirr of the ilemlly mrow, Ills
pfObtble tltnl Ilit'Si' people have olicn
nan oicnsion lor making wnr upon
Hpaniard, Mexican nml Amcilnin, but
nliencr they havo llieiuelve Inken the
inltlallvi'. It Is estlm.'iieil thai they
have killed fifteen bundled whiles wllh
In tin) Tunilnry of Ailzqy.i r.liue Its
nmiDXniloii o the United Hlnlcs, Add
lo this (ho iiiimbci they have murileieil
in New Mexiio "nml In Ilia noilhein
nlaleti of old Mexico In lercnt yearn,
nml lo this the greater iiiimhcr who fell
v'rlims lo their cruelly while this viidI
legion wits n part of the Mexican ic-
11b
nnd eniller 11 piovlme of Hptiin.
nnd the total must tenth far Into llie
thousands. The Nnvalioes, belonging
lo the name family, n hill, Mrnlght, well
formed nnd braver tribe ilinn the
Apaches, weie nt war for many yearn.
but having become pastoral in their
habits nml owing groat llocks of shec
nml heiils nf cattle, ns well im thousands'
of horses, they have too much to risk
to go to war. Hut the Apache docs
not take kindly lo nny other life than
that his fathers led before him, A few
days ago I noticed the following para
graph iclnllve to the "Case (iraiidi,"
nhcady spoken ol on the Apaches, In
nnv old vqlume published early hi the
last century : " We should wish lo
lave a plan of the foim and dimen
sions of the Case Clrandi, but now it
would be veiy difficult lo be obtained,
the whole of that country being de
populated by the furious incursions of
the Ap.tcl1.1s ami other baibarotts
nations."
They nrc always for w.u. The C'hl
rieahuns who recently left the reservn
tlou nt ban Lmlos wltcie eveiy want
was supplied at government expense,
dltl so without any cause whatever;
without even a shallow of ptovocalion.
Simply lo gratify their desire for plun
der and for the sliediljng of blood, they
suddenly decamped well mounted mid
mined and abundantly supplied with
ammunition, and fell upon outlying
settlements witere they had no tllfii
cutty in surprising the unexpeiiani
Illinois and fanners and their families.
The number killed by them on this
tald is estimated ai, filty, including hull
sexes ami nil ages. I heir ptisouers
were nit to the most cruel loitmes and
those killed horribly mutilated. They
were joined by a few other Apaches
fiotn different sub-tribes, ami attempted
10 eueci a union witlt the tVlcscalcrs
.Apaches in New Mexico but were pre
vented. They sent two squaws to them
lo make arrangements for Joluing them,
but they were detained at llie agency,
After mossing lino Mexico they sent
two more squaws back to the Mesca
leros with a message in hieroghyphics
painted on a cow's hide, but they were
captured by soldiers. Regular troops,
Indian scouts and a few cow-boy volun
teers from Arizona anil New Mexico
and four companies of militia from the
latter Territory pursued tliJ hostile
Apaches, but dividing Into small bands
anil scattering east and west two or
three hundred miles, they escaped
with little loss through a rough, arid
nnd mountainous country into Mexico,
Cicncral Crook organized the regular
soldiers and some 300 Indian scouts
for a long campaign in the Sierra
Madre mountains, whence he followed
them two years ago, nml Mexican
troops nre moving toward the same
point to cooperate. Yesterday, how
ever, liens was rccciveu ncre ai tne
barracks (Whipple) that two kinds of
hustilcs had returned to Arizona and a
detachment of troops had a collision
with and dispersed one of them. If
they purpose to fight in this way, more
straggling settlers will undoubtedly be
killed and the military will have a long
and difficult task hunting down the
several small parties.
Mexico, across the line, has her
hands 'full with the Yaki Indians; but
in this war the Indians are wholly on
the defensive. The trouble grew out
of the Mexican Government making a
grant of a vast area in the State of
Sonora to (leneral Car bo and others,
which embraces a large p?n of the
most fertile lands of the industrious
Yakis. They naturally objected to be
ing thus disiHisscsoed of a large region
of country which his been theirs for
many generations, and Mexican sol
diers wcie sent to drive them from
their homes. The) tittle a stuLborq
icsisUncc, and liave defeated the Mcxi
inns 111 all but one if newral eiignge
menu. f lit ir 1 l.lef, CiieiMi', seoiii'
fully piti 111 nil offer of peine mile
w!ii It they receive n guaranty (lint
ift'y will he allowed In relnln what Ii
iliclra by tlgln, no Im hhl lit mc
before Ihf gentnil gnK.-imiu'iil, anil In
lite mriuitline repl every ii.iuli tiiiulo
by iho otller. They arc brave, mini
her n.ooo w.iulor, nnd me armed with
nbimt i,joo giiinnud pUtoli, mid wltli
bow nnd nnow, l.mret, 111.11 hele, (
saber like knife), bayonet nml (.lulu,
In n icccill battle llie Mexican ml'
valued In tliice divisions nnd (leneral
Cmbo, who wa Jealous of (Jcncral
Topelr, coiiunaiiding the tenter, wllh
drew the two wliign, leaving I1I1 men lo
e.ngauii the whole foice of Viikl. Tho
teulei win almost muillillitcd, but
Topi'le was piomolcil lo the chief com
111.1111I, nml ('.iibo will piob.ibly he
(oiiriiuiirllaleil, In nuolher iittnck the
Mexicans weie tliawn inlri tin nulbiii-
cade nml mil, ,oo kiiien niiii 150
wounded; In V'nkl loss was about 50,
In tin; last bailie of which we have te
( rived Information tile Mexican had
1 i,l killed mid , too wounded, bul the
Vakl enmialllles were again slight,
When the uoldlcis were iclliing the In.
(Hans eiil off n balnlliim of 700 from
the Hprlngn nnd other plate where they
obtained wntcr, dilvlng llietit Into nn
iinfiuqiicntcil legion; nnd licie ngain
their loss wan ,(oo. It Is calculated
that the Mexican loss up lo llie pres
ent time is 1,500 in killed nml wounded.
The Indian loss Is unknown. The re-
enforcement!! that ntrive for the former
only Kcive lo keep the usual number of
men in thu i.inkn, 1,0 disastrous has
been ih campaign thus far,
The Vakl position is well fortified
and theyenn not easily be dislodged.
They never hesiinle lo charge the Mex
ican soldiers, mid like llie Zulus with
their nssegais, prefer n hand to baud
con'llict wltli clubs, bayonets and hatch
ets. They use poisoned arrows also,
nnd 11 scrntch is often sufficient localise
death. In one buttle when they made
n charge, those in front had blankets
before them, held by the hands at the
corners; but they were thick, heavy
blankets of Indian make, which had
been soaked in watct, and the mtuikcl
balls striking them fell harmlessly at
the feet of the men holding tliem, never
penetrating except when sonic portion
touched their body. On reaching the
Mexican line they engaged the soldiers
at ilosquartcri;-nii.l oim pm it win in
Ihglit, capturing two or three cannon
and galling guns and killing many men.
The militniy have been fighting them
with inferior numbers, bul need pot
expect success so long as they do so.
... ... ...... .. .,,.
11 is to he nopeti tne iiiiitcmiy will lie
settled without further fighting, nnd
that justice will be done the Ynkis.
They desire nothing more and say they
do not wish lo fight, but will resist so
long as nny attempt is made to coerce
them into submission 10 this wholesale
robbery of their lauds. The same in
justice .0 the rctlmau has been too
common on this side of the KioGiaude,
ever since white men lust set foot upon
the Atlantic shore.
Nothing could be inure unlike the
Yaki manner of fighting than that of
the Apaches. Half a dnicn armed
men in open ground could stand off a
whole tribe, for they never attack when
they know some of ibir number will be
killed. For a large patty of them to
murder a single traveler or a defence
less family is considered a victory lo be
proud of. They are cunning, treacher
ous and heartless, expert thieves, and
have nothing to learn in the art of
stealing horses and cattle, surprising
isolated houses or small bodies of men,
and avoiding armed parlies who are jn
search of llieni and whom they arc
never desirous of meeting unless they
have them at great disadvantage.
Tims it is tljat in .every Apache out
break it is the innocent, non-combatants
who suffer most. They are always
ready to murder but never to take
equal chances in a fight. A few hun
dred yards from where I am writing is
a small hill rising above the town from
the top of which n single white man
once stootl off forty or fifty Apaches
half a day. In another direction not
far distant seventeen braves of this tribe
tried to steal some horses picketed near
a house, but were kept off by one wo-
man armed with a rifle until men were
seen approaching, when they quickly
disappeared. Against such enemies
in a rough, mountainous, and in many
parts unwatered country, it is a hard
matter to carry on an effective warfare
without overwhelming numbers to close
in on them from all sides.
I stated in another place that the
Indians of this part of the country have
comparatively few legends. Those of
the Pacific Coast and the region north
of here have more. Among the tribes
of the Colorado plateau, of Eastern
Nevada, Utah anil further east and
1101th the rabbit god Tawots, Tawoots
or Tavwots, as he is variously known,
Informed as many wonderful feaw a
Hercules, or the Maui of the Polyne
sians. In Hawaii and many other group
of islands the native tell a story of
Maui snaring the sun; and, as the same
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All nnltrn friiii ilnJotlfi UUrvIt irunii,tl allemlcil lo,
no. 55, num. nnthttiv honlimi ii.i
wil99
A W. I'l.lHCIl ft Co.
Shli VhUHitlw ttwl t'ontmUwIott
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Aijfiitftfor UmimI'(Jhii bik! Homli t.4it unl t
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In If MnlfrlnU, faint, iHli, XnU, r$c
ttlt, 44 QWfKH SlkllKrt.Mit HitMuLULU, , I,
ACKNtt (r CMUt)Nllt
tUleAkaU, KuUmiitu, Kekauluohl, Mary BUn,
UlUnia, t'Auahl ml Lahl.
Al l(iiUiHon Wturf. iio-id
DISU01- ft CO., lUnken
Munolulv, Hamaiian Ulanuv
Diaw Kxchangv on
I'lIK HANK OF CALIFORNIA.
SAN FRANCISCO.
jjrffut helr1MtiiU In
NKW VORjjT Zf Vk
fj i JS N KONO
N "jUROTMiiCIIIii SONS,
I' - S$ CONDON.
Xltunu t
UCOMKUCIAUAfJyO CO,
0 SYDNEY, CO.NUON.
TU COMMERCIAL HANKINO CO..
X. OP SYUNEY. SYDNEY.
lh lUN'tCt OF NKW ZEAIaANDt
AUCKLAND, CHRISTCHURCII,
AND WELLINGTON
TIIK nANKS OF UK1VISU COLUMBIA,
VlCIORU, M.C, AND PORTLAND, OR,
Tmnuut a Gaunt JUnking fluiinuj.
( BRBWBR at COMPANV.
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IJuit.i Srurr, lluHomiu.
Otfierv-1'. C; Jonaa, Jr., (iraalilaill aiul ounafar;
loaapli O. Caitar liaaaurar aul aacratary, IMractgrt :
IImu. Oiulaa K. lliaho(. .ik! II. A. H. Caiur! W. K.
Allen attetth. attg,
c.
HUSTACB,
(.oauaaLT with aouu A CO.)
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Kautily, FUlaAtiuo, ual Ship Xtv ui,4 ml ahutt
W Naai al by aaary auainat. Or Jan (iom
lb miIm liJva((aUUullyaculaJ.
lalaplkaia N. im. aavait
f4 C. C0L8MAN.
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No. Mknciuht flTRr. Uun'jtvtv
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tCsftrrtt a tut lrttyittH
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IUl(1orico, Uo, 47 Punchbowl 5trt,
II on oJ 11 In, Oflliti, , I
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PUANK OliUTZ,
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Q W. MACFAKCANU ft CO,
ImportUra, CommlMlo Mrokant
.ml 8nicr Iotor.
1i'fiiiMf UuitlUiK. . , ifurrtl ilfttl, Hcftoliilu.
AiikNit run
1'uiit.M Sheep Kan.). Co, HawsII,
J, r'uwlfr tL iVt aStraii! I'lo nl I'ofulU 'I'r4mw4)
Woik. m,
Mintc, yim,m K Co't .SuAr Mcliiicr)r, (lUtow
(iUnOW bIhI llntiolulu Llnbf I'AClieU,
I.Urr)HMj tuht Honolulu l,lii4 of rcVfli,
l,on'l'mtHl llotrfjlulii lIn- of .SleanKfi,
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UACKPBLDft Co,
Hmrrat Commtnton Aypnta,
Com. Wmr AHUiun Kiimir.., Honolulu
iv6i
IIULLISTUK ft Co.
If nfrfift and lttntt itrujtt t$$td To
Untcunlmt&t
No. 39, Nuianu SriMr HoNfjuii'
aic6i
Ljopp ft cOh
No 7. Kino Stukkt .., IIonoiuiu
Uidtotmtrrer, hrnpr and limlvt In utt
Kindt nf k'nrnllnrt
TcIiiIkiii Nft, 14,
JlJ7y
H
VMAN UKOrilBRS,
iiHimrlera of U.nmrnt MrrtluiHill fram
ymnee, ISnylitHit, rrmniiy nm,1
the Vnllril Hint...
No. s$ljuN Sni ....HuNuiuii-
H
YMAN DROTHBRS,
VouhmUtlan Merrhant,
Nasu4 Fnunt hr
i.SAh FhAHilhCO
tio-afii.
U E. McINTYRH ft BROTHBK,
OftKtrtf and Yrtd Mar,
Cofc. KiN and Four Srt. ,,...,. Honolvlu
i-oi
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ONOLb'LU IRON WORKS C
Hmm tSmglnri, HtUtr$, Hngar Mill;
CamJurt, Iron, HrM "t JikI l'ilny.
IIONOLVLU,,..,, !,,. I
MacMncry bt wrcrjr ilatrljitton nuJ to order.
I'ailicuUf MlaiuluQ imU tu hKi(,'t IlLVkamiihlni.
Jvb wurlc aaacultj on I)m UMjffaa mMk. io-
TNO. O. FOWLER Co.,
LEEDS, KNOLAND,
Arm iirtinr.il Im furnimt flam, anil Mi.
MMlia fmr Hurt
J'ORTAULE TRAMWAYS,
WUh Of UhoH Caii ukI LucunulKM, SvUI.'j
ADAPTED 0R &UU.R I'UNTATIO.NS.
Parananl Ratlwart. n4 LoiiMiutivai anU (an, Tr
iw abnuiaa aou Kua UKonuuvaa, tt
Fkxuliuip and Cukitmlui Uackwair, Pun-
at Enfiinaa (u all jmuum., Wiojinf
EliaiAaa lua Inclioaa.
Lalalucuaa wllk lllulntluua. MoJala aiul PK.it
Krapha of Iba abuaa PUnl aad MaalliMrv hut ba rta
41 lla unkaa ol lha unoaniasaiL W. U UKLKN aikl
(U W. MALTAKL.NK ft CO.. A..u for Iwa l'u
lafdCa .IJ-t
I W. OIRVIN,
t'viaimUaUn Jf.lt Aaua. aaal tl.mrrml BmmJmr
lit Brjf ),
WaiuikM, Uavi ....,,,,... l.
Orouriaa, llaijaua, Stalry, Palaal MatlLiata,
1 aaiaiaai, aai taaMaaiaro.
I OHM T. WATMN4HUI,
fetaial
rlrr m4 Ml.r
ilraiaraal Jfar
Nu. ij-ji ijuaaa Staaarr....,
atl
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jhioituoo (iliirrto,
I M, OAT, jll,, h CO,
AI'f(llM- ilfl ,V,a O'Hl'ril,
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lininirtr itiiil titular In t.nmlir mnl tilt
itiiitr nf minium mnrimi
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llmlrr tit itrtl llnmU, lllrr, Tril, Mttlt unit
ll'mirfl fliinili, Halm, ll'iiil mitt
f.oaa, llrmi, I'rnt mnt tflniirt
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a--ltl
r VOHB A I.RVKY,
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Atn,U mi i l',itttiin tn'Hhiwili, It, UiiiMi,
jt- IJ, l.rv,
jUf I'll I I.I.I I'U Co.
Intmrtrr unit It'linUtntu ilntlrr In f'lotlf
I11U1 limit, Mtit Ititl, Mrn t-'iir
nl'ltlnn lltmitt, I'tlnry tlfimtt, I'.lr,
tto, niKAAiiiiMAmR-Tr Hwmiibiu
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tjy-ijl.
No.
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H, OHINHAUM ft Co,
lmptrlr nnd Whomutt lnter in flen
frttt Mrrrhattdt;
MakkVi IUjk., Quunn Htntnr, HortOt-iU'
M
ii, 0R1NHAUM ft Co,
Fftrtmrtthtff nnd t,'atnmttn Mrrhnnt,
Ho, h CAiiruHMiA Hr. Hah IVAHtrorn.
Si-mUI fcIitli fm nml tMrikuUf AlttMlrm (!tt In
WrfmriKfifii m iini ftfixiucF. 3l'-i
pACIIMC IIAIU1WAKU CO,
imiHtrtnrm nnd Itrtilrr In Hardware, t'ttl
trrjf, Ttudn,
l'i(4 ti n.1 Oil, ikJ (;tTl MirilirutMi.
No, 74 Ann , Konf Hrtmr.. ...... ...II'muiim
O J LKVttY ft CO.,
tt'ftolranlr nnd It ft nil (lrorr,
No,t Yovr flTkfT Mouhi.vui
FreK piutttU 4 ffitUIm ol all VIftl tm liaiJ nifl
f ltl f rauUtly twin t'.ut ijmi miui America -tik,lt
ill U Ail at lli lowci mfWt km,
Otnl ltlivr'l lo an) ji ef t) city ft' ut trj(-
kUitil wMli f.lklttvl aiul Iftrrnj allicrillnf) will L
icivn IuIIimiiv. 1 ifrt ff
TIIK W It ST K KM AND HAWAIIAN IN
veitmtnt Company (llmltd.)
MoiMir ittt fur iVif t tittt yKfmUtm tyturtl
Wiuniy, AnJy to
W, U UHMaM.
Offici (leaver IM.xV, Fori fU.
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TII
EO. ILDAVIBS ft Co.
(LaTi (ahiom, Gmkrh K Ok)
Imtttrtrra and Vunttnllon JUrrhnntm,
No. 4 KAAtMMAMT Sl ... f,.IONOl4fM'
AGKNrS rOK
LloyJ'tanJ ih Urtiool Utvlttwr'ttttn.
lWinh ami Fnttijn M arlntj Imuunre C
1 Company, and
Notllrrn AAinanoa Company.
a 'o-'-. 1
--plIOS. 0. THRUM.
IMC04TIHG AMU M ANUrAcTlrklMd
Stationer, Itotik'ttttrr, I'rtnirr, ituuU
binder, rtr,,
Arwj trttbltil.fr of Ii HattaiianAliianic ami Annual
IVdUr In lln Sllonry, feAi, Mutlc, 'loyi tti
Fancy OohK
roar Sinkrt. NrAk HcrrrL, . ,.. .IIonoiulu
xiitjajSl
n wiJT, m. w, iuw,
AlUST, DOW ft CO.,
L W. MAi,tAkUAfte.
imimrtrr. nml Urnlru tit all klinlm ,if
Mm.tr, Fiinru anil iluniinrr IIoimI,
I'urnilurr o( all kiiul. Sawini, Ma.litn4. Ml.rn,..
Patitllfiifa, Cbioiiwa aiaiiuya, l'Mliiiai Piaiiw u,mI
Cbirmaa lu Milar. Moving aiil rrialrin I uritui.
aaiulil)r.
No. 103 Font SraaRT.,. ,,.,,,HoNoitLii
.!!"?''
1I7ILLIAM McCANDLBSS
lirnlrr In Vhalrr.l llrrf, Yral, Jl niton, Kir,
Ha. t Qvtrn Smkkt, Pih aUaKKT,
Family aial Shipping orilara cafcfully biuimIaJ to.
Lira Stock (urnithfl lo V.awU at thott notice.
Vega labtaa ut all kinja aupplia.1 lo t dar.
TitarMOxa No. in.
'-3"J
Insurance polices.
DOSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
C, BREH'AK Cm.,
Airtata rot th HawalUa lalana.
110-01
BRITISH PORHICN MARINE INSUH.
tat Coaapaay, (LiaaMttf)
TIIKO. II, Pril'tKS, AC.KXr.
lltr abot aaant baa trcalvcj bvuruciUifia la ra
duc lb lata, iA ItiMaiic batwean HoouluU lul
lOm In tW IWlfic, ami la how yttyiitd to iaaua pull
ilea at lha taacal ralca, aruh a (tlal raluallan mi
(Might 1. altaoicia. 3lc6,
QRBMBN BOARO OP UNDERWRITERS.
P.A.SCIIAHtgKtr'C. Aftml
Abo aa-rnta for lha
Dr.fclco Board oT UaHrraillau.
VUaaa Uoaad of UoJtrwiltera.
For lha llaarama IJanda. tioaoi
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
oaayaf BaroB.
a; a, sat amps k a c, agb.vts.
Tba abM laauranca Cboiuany, Lit atfabflUMU a
Caoaral Agauey hara, aul lha vitalaraigaaj, la.Miai
Aaaala, ai aalhvalac4 to uk ritka agaioat tha (Uagtra
of tba Saaa at lb moat raaauoabla tataa aa4 urn, tb
awat Cavorabk taraia. aial
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Coaaoaav of !.
r, a. scharpsk & c. Aatyrs.
'Iha aboaa lowrarK Cunpajiy baa aLljiahaJ a Gaa
aral Aaaary bara,aialiaabviaMiaL(iralAgaiaa,
ai aalbjli.l la taka Kiaka aaiau tba iLaiarar ta tba
itaaa at Ik ml naMtUa lawa, ami a lb aauat U-
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maiaa aaa t.aala4 l Iraara taa ilinn taaa
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