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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE II, bECEMBElt 3, 1882.
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BEO.,
H lilpplnt; ami Com mlitlon
US ChaMfcer Street. XKW TOKK.
Reference Castle Cooke and J. T. Waterhouse.
bo. r. onrria
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
SHIPPING 1XD C031IISSI0S JIKRCIllMS,
Jfo. 13 Pias Street, Union Block,
PIRTICrMR ATTENTION GIVEN' TO
ClUinf Hawaiian orders, and aatiafaetito guaranteed.
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
RE PRKP4 RED TO Pl RMtl! II,(S
J.. anl Estmalra for cl Portable Tramway, with or
wuhodt car or toconvxivea. apecially a.laptJ for ?ur
Plantation. Pmnarvrnt Railway, with locomotive and cr,
Tractioa Kngine a oil Road Locomotives. Hteani Ploughing
od Cultivating Machinery, Portable Steam EDginea for all
parpowa. W iodine Engine (r Incline.
Catalucara, with illustration. Models and PU..Uraphi af
the above Plant and Machinery mar be .en at the office ol
W. I. ;REEN an l
O. W. M ACFA RLAN E tr CO.,
a g20tf Agents fcr John Fowler fc. Co.
WILLIAMS, DIMOHD & CO.,
Shipping &, Commission Herchiinls,
N. 2 I 8 Caliraraia llrrrl.
mh29 (I SAN r K A SC1.-CO.
JOHN HARVEY & CO..
COMMISSION' MERCHANTS i4 WOOL
Beferenee Bank of Montreal.
ialT SI Cash advances on Consignment
H. W. SEVERANCE,
HAWAII 4 N C'OXSI.' L AND COM M ISSION
HKRCHANT. 31ft California Hirer t, Sao Francisco.
California. Rnota So. 4. old 1;
L. P. FISHER,
ADVERTISING AGENT. 21 MKRCIIANT3
EXCHASOK. Ban Francisco, California, Is authorised
to receive adeeniarmeata for the columns of :hia paper.
I. P. FISHERY
Room SO and 21, Merchant Exchange,
California ftlreet, San Francuco,
ETS. B. ldrertblax Solicited for all 'ews
pipcrt Pifcllshed an the Pacific Ccast, the Sandwich
Iilandi, Polj aesla, Sexlcan Port, Panama, Yalpn
rah, Japan, China, Xew Zealand, the Aastrallan
Cwlonies, the Eastern States and Europe. Files of
earlj eferj ewpaper Pnhllshed en the Pat 1 Be
Coaat are kept Constant! j on Hand, and all adver
tisers are allowed free access to them dnrins L'nsl
ueu nonrs. The PACIFIC COHJIF.UCIAL ADVER
TISES I kept on file at the Office of L. P. FISHES.
EPPS'S G 0 G 0 A .
By a thorough knowledge of the natural law which gov
ern the operation of digestion and nutrition, and by a
careful application of toe floe properties of welUseiected
neons Mr. Epps baa provided our breakfast taiile with a
delicately-flavored beverage which may save a many beary
doctor's bills. It I by the Judicious qm of such article of
diet that a constitution may be gradually built np ami!
tronc enough to resist every tendency lo disease. Hundred
of subtle maladies am floating around u ready to attack
wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a
fatal abaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood
and a properly nourished frame." See article in the Civil
Hade simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only in packet, labelled :
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
mis XPriTS CHOCOLATE ESSENCE, or Jfternoott
Beale and Howard Slreels,
AN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
W. n. TAT LOB, ... PreldfBl.
JOS. MOORE, .-- Snprrlnteadent,
IS ALL ITS BRA3CI1K-S
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Uih Prepare or Compoand.
STKM VESSKLHof all kinds, hoilt complete with
IJoJls of Wol, Imn or Composite.
ORDIMHV E X C I ' E8 eonjpour.de.1 wb. n aJvisabU.
9TK! I.Al'VCIIES. Barres ao.1 ieam Tur rn
strucwJ with rrfe.-enee to the Trade In wl.krb they are to
be empwyd Speed, tonnage and draft of water go.r n
teed. SI-OAR IILI- AND SfOAK MAKING
Si A C" II I K It V made after tt.e most approved plana,
ilsrt, ait IV iler Inn Wsrk connected therewith.
WlTER I'IPK, of Boiler or Fheet Iron, of any ,
made'ln suitable lengths for connecting t-gtl.er. or Miret.
Rolled, Punched, and I'acked for Shipment. rc:!y !
veted on tbe ground.
ilTDRtl'LlC RIVETING. Boiler Work and Wa
ter Fipe made by this Establishment. Riveted by Hy
iraalie Riveting Machinery, that quality of work being
ba superior to band work.
s p WORK . hip and titeam Capstans. te.m Winch
es, Air and Circulating Fumps, made after the most ap
fV t PS. Direct Acting Pumps, for Irrigation or Cily W-
Work purposes, built with the celebrated Usvy Valve
Motion, superior to any other pump. disl U
AGENTS tor Worthington Duplex Steam Pump.
TRADE JOIHWL k EXPORTER
Markets ReYisw & General Prices Current !
PuMinhed Motthly, and in English. Indispensable
for Purchasers of Continental Goods-, gives Whole
sale Price, and Discounts allewed, of
Wines. BramlK-s. Preserved Provisions, Fancy Goods,
Millinery,. ires Mterials, OU, Porcelain.
Plated Ware. Wauhes, Clocks. Real A Imitation Jewelry
B. ots and hnes. Perfumery. Toys. Oleographs,
Photocrapbic and Printing Materials.
PoentiHc and Musicsl Instrument,', Vnig: Cl.emicals,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, stationery, fweets.
Silks. Varnishes. Paints, Paper Hangings, etc , Etc.
Also Price Current of Produce. Market Report. No lice on
Industrial NovelUe, Trade Intelligence, etc.
ANNUAL PCBjICRIPTIOXS 6 for P.Mtal I'nion, and
for other Countrie.
U.M.er order, payable to li EOR'JK WATKRAon Pri. or I-on-
iU m, tle equivalent in any local rurrent-y or postage
IT UN I"- H LETTERS REFUSED. it
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NO. 7 FORT STREET.
lOppoaite Wilder A CoVJ
hi. J. NOLTE, 3?ropr.,
opbs rao S a. m. till 10 r. a.
FIRST-CLASS LIXCHF-S, TE1, COFFEE,
SODA WATER, CI.IGEB AI.E, if.
Cigars and Tobaccos
OF BEST BRANDS.
Plain and Fancy PIPES Personally Selected from the Man
ofactorer. and a Large Variety of BEST QCA LIT V
I.rr of BILLIARDS will flu. I an Elegant
BRUNSWICK & CO., BILLIARD TABLE
on the Prcrai.
The Proprietor would be pleased t. retx-ive a call rrom hit
Friends and tbe PaMic Generally, who may desire
A I.IMII, a S.M OK Ivor a rime of BILLIARDS
p8tf dray I
IS KMX 18 TIB M !
AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT
A UT OF EXTRA QUALITY
,EW ZEALAND OATS
And secure what you want
uriiorj FEED CO.
LOOK AT- THIS !
I some hi.i-, U. llor.e rboera, i now rrmrrd iu i.
AT REAsONBLK RATKS.
IV Pay A sited.
BLACKSMITH I RIG
All Ft XE5i-,iiolie !
Artesian Well Work,
Wagon and Carriage Work,
Bridge Work, etc. etc-.
Done by Experienced Workmen !
AT RATKrt THAT WILL
Defy Competition !
j ALL I ASK IS A TRIAL ORDER.
: 37 Don't forget the Shop, upixvite Hopper' and one door
: anove ucu' fianmg il-.us.
CHAS. B. WILSON.
DRUGS & MEDICINES
Most Complete Assortm'nt
Hawaiian Islands. !
As the greater p rtii.n of our Stock
i Is Obtained from First Hands
WE ARB ENABLED TO
Sell al Very Low Figures.
KEEP ONLY THiTbEST QUALITY
I. C AYKB CO.lIPAiW
I.UWKI.U M ASS., A X I) THE
Crown Perfumery Co.,
Paris en Davis Co..
Homoepathic Medicine Ci
Gr . Gr. GREEN,
HdODULRV. N. J.
UGLST FLOWEIi & GEini4 SVHIP.
t SI'Kfl ALTY.-
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By an Experienced Pharmacist
ANY HOUR of the DAY or NIGHT !
ROLLISTEH &c Co's.
WHOLESALE Si RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
ar432lyml 59 NL'CANU STREET. dmly
Fence UlTire !
For Pale Low by
G. W. M AC FA RLAN E A: CO.
Portland Cement !
The Best English Cement
in the IMarkei.
tat Sale in Quantities to suit by
G. W. MACFARLANK A- CO.
TTtl ire Rope
TO Till: TRADE.
Fur Sale by
dm,2 G. W. MACFARLANE CO.
Late Foreign News.
London, Dec. 8. The Times says that it
has reason to believe that soon after Christ
mas, Derby will be invited to join the Cabi
net. Childers, now War Secretary, will be
come Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Di-
like. Under foreign Secretary, will enter
the Cabinet. The Times says these changes
may be precursors to even more important
ones, possibly before the end of the next
session of Parliament. Gladstone may con
sider himself entitled to retire, and in case
of this continrrencv there is little " doubt
Hartinrrton will become Prime Minister.
Tbe FreemarCs Journal says : Davitt
intends to subpena Gladstone and Trevely?n,
Chief Secretary cf Irehnd, on the passige
of the Land bill.
The Mcnrszia Cawal. Why Ea-Seerelmry
Blaine Oppsiri the Scheme.
Washington, Dec. 4. The Post this
morning publishes an interview with James
G. Blaine in relation to the proposition for
the construction of an interoceanic canal in
Nicaragua, as embodied in the Kasson bill
and report. Blaine said : ."I never heard a
more extraordinary proposition than for the
United St-tes to expend S75,000,000 in a
country when we have no control, and
when we have a treaty with another country
binding us not to assume any centrol. We
have, no treaty with Nicaragua giving us
control of the canal, after we shall have con
structed it, while we have a treaty with that
country forbidding our control. I mean,
further, that in the unfortunate Clayton Bul
wer treaty we engaged with Great Britain
not to fortify the canal when built, in any
manner whatever. These .wo treaties be
ing in force it would be reckless folly for us
to expend a large sum of money on the pro
posed canal. We cannot afford to have any
interoceanic canal in Central America, no
mitter who builds it, unless we can control
it. With the control of the canal in our
hands, a vessel-of-war lying in the Gulf of
Mexico is just as available for the defense of
San Francisco as for" the defense of New
York ; with the contrsl of the canal in Brit
ish hands, nn English man-of-war in the
Gulf is just as available for attacking San
Francisco as for tttacking New York. The
British Government understands the differ
ence if we do not. If we should pass a
$75,000,000 appropriation at this time, I
suggest the following title: 'A bill to en
hance the power and prestige of the British
navy and humiliate the Government and
people of the United States."
Exiled to Ceylon.
Cairo, Dec. 8th. Ceylon is the place se
lected for the rebel prisoner.
Berlin, December 8th. Greut disappoint
ment was expressed in the Keichstac: yes
terday at the absence of Bismarck, who was
expected to make an important address
Severe neuralgia pains prevented his at
tendance. The London fire Dec. 7th, was the great
est that has occurred in London since the
celebrated Tooley street fire. The loss
is estimated at upwards of 2,000,000. The
whole block between London Wall, Philip
lane Addle street and Wood Street, except
the warehouses on the corner of London
Wall, have been destroyed. The fire is not
,-et fully subdued, and the remainder of the
lock is still in danger. It is believed eicht :
persons are injured, some seriously. Foster,
Porter & Co. had a stock of silk goods which ;
alone is estimated to have been worth JEcO- !
000. The Salvage Corps has succeeded in :
saving a large amount ot goods. The walls !
of the warehouses burned on Wood street
and Phillip lane fell into the roadway with i
a crash like that of thunder, filling the j
street with burning debris. At 1 a.m. the ;
the engines were still pouring immense !
volumes of water on the ruins, and the fire I
was under control. The burnt area is over, j
two acres. Une hreman wns killed by the
Total loss by the fire is now estimated at
three million pounds. Eight hundred per
sons are thrown out of employment.
New York, December 8th. The Graphic
prints the following from Washington: The
friends of the Nicaragua Canl bill have
begun to press their measure before Con
gress. Captain Merry of San Francisco, who
represents the Pacific Coast interest? in the
matter, is here, and feels coufident the bill
will pss. He says Blaine's declaration of
opposition to it will not hurt the measure in
an way, because there is an animus in
what he says which is apparent. It is un
derstood the Stale Department regards it as
a wise policy to have such a bill as that
now pending pass Congress is not asked
for money or the guarantee of bonds, but the
bill provides that this Government shnll in
sure a profit of 3 percent upon the capital
stock-, not to exceed 875,900,000. In return
for which the Canal Company binds itself
to allow the fiee passage of American war
vessels and mails for two hundred years.
They concede also a limit of charges upon
shipping which shall pass through the canal.
Outside circles most directly interested in
the canal project have little confidence in
the passage of the bill at this session.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee
agreed to report favorably a bill guarantee
ing S75.000.000 in three per cent bonds to
aid in the construction of the Nicaragua
' sgir Mrs do n.t Want the Daly Reduced
Washington, Deo. 8. The sugar import
ers and refiners of the country are bitterly
opposed to the recommendation of the
Tariff Commission with regard to the duty
on sugar, nd they are assembling here for
the purpose of persuading Congress not to
adopt that recommendation. They saythat
while a nominal redaction of from 10 to 12
per cent is recommended, no actual reduc
tion is in fact proposed, and to adopt the rec
ommendation of the commission would
make the law even more complicated nd
oppressive than now in its relation to thesu-
. - " Reciprocity with Mezlca.
Washington, Dec. 8. A prominent per
son lately connected with the diplomatic ser
vice asserts that the hostility of the press
and manufacturers in Mexico to the appoint
ment of commissionera to negotiate a reci
procity treaty will prove fatal to the project.
On the other hand, Senator Maxey is firm
in the faith that President Gonzalez will
soon name commissioners to meet General
Grant and Mr. Trescott.
Washington, Dec. 8. Secretary Folger
to-day cancelled 950,000 in the United
States bonds, on the account of the legacy
of the late Joseph L. Lewis.
It is understood the House Committee on
Appropriations designs a reduction in the
force and salaries of the civil service.
In the Jeannette Court of Inquiry to-day
Ninderman told the story of the finding of
De Long and party without differing from
There was nothing startling in the Dick
son case this morning.
Albert M. Wooster, First Assistant Ex
aminer of tbe Patent Officer, has resigned
Morrill introduced in the Senate to-day an
amendment to the bill for the reduction of
taxes. which is really a tarlflf bill with full
schedules. It is recommended by the Tariff
Commission as a substitute for the present
The House Post-ofHce Committee has
adopted a report in favor of Anderson's bill
reducing letter postage to 2 cents per half
ounce, beginning January, 1SS4.
The First Controller of the Treasury de
cides that the rates fixed by the Postmaster
General for proposals to carry mails adver
tised in the newspapers ore final and not
subject to review by any one.
L..a af a German Bark.
London, Dec. 8. The German bark Ar
gonaut, Captain Brewers, from Bremen for
New York, is ashore on Island Terschiling,
and will probably prove a total wreck. The
Captain and ten of the crew were drowned ;
four of the crew were saved.
London, Dec. 8. At the funeral of the
late Archbishop of Canterbury to-tlay, at
Addington. representatives of the Queen
and Prince of Wales were present. The
Duke of Connaught attended.
Paris, Dec. The Chamber of Deputies
has voted urgency for the bill providing a
state funeral for Louis Blanc. The .Re
publicans intend to make the ceremony as
imposing as possible. Victor Hugo will be
invited to pronounce the funeral oration.
Had Blount been at the meeting of the
Foreign Affairs Committee to-day. Dec. 9th,
the subject of terminating the .Reciprocity
Treaty with the Hawaiian Islands would
have been considered. As it was, that mat
ter went over until next week.
Masonry on a
A middle-aged lady, with a black alpaca
dress worn shiny at the elbows, and a
cheap shawl, and a cheap bonnet, and her
hands puckered up and blue, as though she
had just got her washing out, went into the
office of a prominent Mason, a few mornings
since, and took a chair. She wiped her
nose and the perspiration from her face on a
blue-checked apron, and when the Mason
looked at her with an interested look, as
though she was in trouble, she said:
Are you the boss Mason ? '
He blushed, told her he was a Mason,
but not the highest in the land. She hesi
tated a moment, fingered the corner of her
apron, and curled it up like a boy speaking
a piece in school, and asked:
Have you taken the whole two hundred
and thirty-three degrees of Masonry ? '
The man laughed, and told her there
were only thirty-three degrees, and that he
bad only taken thirty-two. The other
degree could only be taken by a very few
who were recommended by the Grand
Lodge, and they had to go to New York to
get the thirty-third degree.
The lady studied a minute, unpinned the
safety-pin that held her shawl together, and
put it in her mouth, took a long breath, and
'Where does my husband get the other
two hundred degrees then ?
The prominent Mason said he guessed
her husband never got two hundred de
grees, unless he had a degree factory. He
said he didn't understand the lady.
'Does my husband have to set up with a
corpse three nights a week ? she asked,
her eyes flashing fire. 'And do they keep
a lot of sick Masons on tap for my husband
to set up with the other three nights ?
The prominent Mason said he was thank
ful that few Masons died, and only occasion
ally w..s one sick enough to call for Masonic
But why do you ask these questions,
madam ? ' said the prominent Mason.
The woman picked the fringe of her
shawl, hung her head down and said :
Well, ray husband began to join the
Masons about two years ago, and has been
taking degrees or sitting up with people
every night since. He has come home
twice with the wrong clothes on, and when
I asked him how it was, he said it was a
secret he could not reveal under penalty of
being shot with a cannon. All he would say
was that he took a degree. I hare kept a
little track of it. and I figure that he has
taken 233 degrees, including the grand
Sky Fugle degree, which he touk the night
he came home with his lip cut, and his ear
h inging by a piece of skin.
O, madam,' said the prominent Mason,
there is no Sky Fugle degree in Masonry.
Your husband has deceived you.'
'That's what I think,' said she, as a bale
ful light appeared in her eye. 'He said he
was taking the Sky Fugle degree, and fell
the sky light. I had him sewed up and he
was ready for more degrees. After he had
taken a hundred and fifty degrees, I told
him I should think he would let up on it,
and put some potatoes in the cellai for
Winter, but he said when a man once got
started on the degrees he had to take them
all, or he didn't amount to anything. Some
times a brother Mason comes home along
with him in the morning, and they talk
about a 'full flush,' and about their 'pat
hands,' and 'raising 'em out.' One night
when he was asleep I heard bim whisper. I
raise you ten dollars,' and when I asked
him what it meant, he said they had been
raising purse for a widow. Another time
he raised up in bed after he had been
asleep, and shouted, I stand pat,' and when
1 asked him what he meant he said he was
ruined if he told it. He said he had spoken
the pass word, and if the brethren heard of
it they would put him out of the way,
even s s Morgan was put out of the way
j Mister, is 'I stand pat' your pass word ? '
j The Mason told her it was not. That the
j words she had spoken was an expression
! used by men when playing draw poker, and
I he added that he didn't believe her husband
' was a Masen at all, but that he had been
lying to her all these years.
j -She sighed and said, 'That's what I
; thought when he came home with n lot of
i ivory chips in his pocket. He said he used
j them at the lodge to vote on candidates, and
that a white chip elects and a blue rejects a
! candidate. If you wid look the mtter up
J and see if he has joined tbe Masons I will
I be obliged to you. He says he has taken
all the 233 degrees, and now the boys wants
: him to join the Knights of Pythias. I want
; to get out an injunction to prevent him
from joining anything else until we can get
i some under clothes for Winter. I'll tell you
j what 1 will do. The next time he says
' anything about Sky Fugle degrees, I will
take a wash-board and make him think tint
there is one degree in Masonry that he has
skipped, and now good-bye. ou have com
forted me greatly, and I will lay a kewa to
night till my husband comes from the lodge
with his pat hand, and I will make him
j think he has forgot his ante.
i The lady went out to buy some bar soap,
j and the prominent Mason resumed his busi
j ness with a feeling that we are not truly
good, and there is cheiting going on all
i around. Milwakee Stot.
r1HE HONOLULU IRON WORKS HATE
B. just received an Iavoic ol
3 in. Best ENGLISH LEATHER BELTING
Also rnt fiae
3-in. Helvotian Belting for Centrifugals.
Water ! Water !
IRRIG ATIOX AFTER THIS DATE. JL'M
23d, is limited to Four Hours (4) per Pay
From 6 to 8 in the Morning and
from 4 to 6 in tlie Evening.
Permission to irrigate during tuora convenient hours
will be granted ou application to tbe Superintendent of
Persons found irrigating except during specified hour
will have their privileges suyended without notice.
PER ORDER. D. FREETH,
Superintendent Hater Works.
Approved: SIMON I. KAAI,
wju24 tf Minister of Interior.
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
If- hi- LENGTHS, 14 lbs. 1'ER YARD.
J For sale la arrive per Duke of Abercorn front
Liverpool. Apply l
W. L. GRKKN, or
O. W. MACFARLANK k Co.
no26 tf Agents for John Fowler C.
I BAH 1 !
HAVE YOU GOT ANY WOOL 1
Say, OIJ 8UX FLOWER, what is that
OLD MAN DOWN IN THE SWAMP
trying to do with those Gatling guns?
Why. OI.I) PICKLES, he is loading them with uusu
and ttieu discharging them. ,
But the charge conies out at the whoKQ end.
Yes, OLD PICKLES, the OLD MAN is so foolish he
can t sec that.
Wbv. sometime S(jo, ho advertised that he had for his
shop THE OLD HOUSE, not the HOUSE THAT JACK
liL'ILT. but the house that the Duke of Edinburg slept
iu; and that he had some OLD CCKIO, an old carriaRe
that guxeu Anne or Queen Kalarua rode in: and also that
he hud bought part of the OLD CULN'ESE THEATKE,
aud had procured lots of Chiuamen's tails to have on
Yea. tLl . ICKLES. that's so: but you see "that cream
wouidn't c nam. "mo he has got in a new role, after the
He Las been beatius round the BUSH, but got nothing.
Yes, OLD PlCKLIiS, he has been at that for the last
six years. But you see his game is up. The King has
put the tiOOD SHEl'UEHD to look out for his flocks, and
he sava tbe Government ha& been fleeced enough; it
ha nn mora fleeces to snare without equivalent elven
for theni;Jjut. at the same time, he don't wish to be sel
fish in thu matter; he has made ample provision for all
that may come to him. He has got a fine lot of MORENO
RAMS, (nothing to do with those ram-rods that I spoke of
in the Last Supper.") but the real article from Lauai
anil snv one wishing can bny one of those Rams, and then
can have a fleece of his own. If GO WEST buys one of
those Kama and pastures him down in the Swamp, he will
be likely to get tha FOOT ROT and other diseases to
which sheep are subject. For his benefit I would recom
mend a prepsration made of one pound of 80FT SOAP,
with an ounce of Carbolic Acid Crystals dissolved in
water- this will destroy vermin, itch, scurf and mange,
.. . i l i j;,aj . . L.
The prepa-auon as given suove suouiu oo uumeu wuu
warm water before being applied to the animal, aud it
will not injure the hair, iiut these diseases seldom get
among RAMS when they have rocky ranges lor pastures
where they have to climb to get their graze.
sv. OLD SUNFLOWER. I ssw Mr. Paty riding in a
beautiful Wagonnette last Friday. Well, sir, it is one of
the most eleeant carriages I ever saw. Where did Mr.
vt v nut that carriage from f
Now. look here, OLD PICKLES, you can't come any of
your smart tricks on me; you know very well that all
those nice jobs come from the " Government Factory,"
on King street; that is tlie liuss si'ttaLi ana toe cuss
.in i,ow. OLD SUNFLOWER, let's talk sense. Who
have you got for vour WOOD WORKMAN I
What, for uiy'RODY BUILDER I I have got a little
fellow from Louisville. Kentucky, sruo can discount any
thing that everv came to these islands.
Now. OLD SUNFIXIWER, what are you giving usf
X'ntliinir but the truth.
W hat has become of that young man that made bodies
for you before? That youug mau that uses Bear's Oil
and Hartshorn f
O, he has gone up town, to work for that man on Fort
Oh I ves : that slim man. I don't think he will ever be
. f.t sa vou are. OLD SI N" r LOWER.
No. 1 think not : he has got a tape-worm. I never saw
. ..,.n vot out ft that had one of them things.
Kay, OLO SUN. I think that OLD MAN DuWX lit THE
BWAUr can oeai you ou punning.
Vm What makes you think so f
OLD SUN. he told me he had the best painter in the
Did you believe him 1
i had no reason lo disbelieve bim.
Who did he tell you he had r
H said he had T. 11. HARRISON.
Yes! Did he tell you he had K, II. Ilarrioon ? Wejl,
now, just stop for oue minute ; liari iou has not been with
him'for the last two mouthx.
Now. OLD SUN, noue of your soft Boap. Who is lie
to work for f
Why. he is with me.
Ynn don't SBV it ?
I do. OLD PICKLES. Go West gave him such good
name, and told people that he was the best workman
that he ever had m-cn ; that he hud always done the
King's work, and the King would have nobody but him
loucn a joo ui
So you went for him and got hi in 7
Well. OLD Sl'NFLOWElt, wlmt has become of the
' Oreen Harp " painter you had some time ago ?
O, he has gone over to Frisco; none to look for Dennis
Want Dennis ?
What, the Irish Agitator ?
Yes, that is the man.
Whv. whst iu the world did he leave you fori
O ! he did such awful painting for me. I had to let him
go. Why, his painting was done so horribly it uneil to
scare horses; sol thought the most quiet way was the
best. Let him go V est.
How is it about your Trimmer, OLD SUXFLOWER?
Who do you mean, STEIN
That is tbe man; I thought go West got him
Yes. he did. but he did not keep him. He agreed for
One ilundtied Dollars bonus, but he did not get it, and I
got him bsck, lJU bit.
Then vou have got all of those workmen ?
YOU BET! This go West business I must explain to
you, OLD PICKLES. Some years ago there was another
OLD CRANK that published a paper in New York aalled
the New Y'ork Tribune. lie used to give advice to all
young men to go West." Well, this Go West was liv
ing down in Nova Scotia, and it was with him as with an
old family by the name of Ransom in New Jersey. The
old man was well to do in this world's goods, but never
went to church, whilst tbe old woman was somewhat in
clsned to go to church. Some of their OA LB were get
ting up in their teens, and the old woman thought they
ought to go in some society, so she kept teasing the old
man to so to church and let the GALS get iu Society, that
they were approaching womanhood, aud if they did not
get them in society tney migot aie out maius. ho sne
made an impression ou the ol.! man, aud he consented to
go, to gratify mamma's wishes; but still, at the same
time, the old mau was not very unxious about it Finally
they got started, but on the way the old man says,
' Mother, I have uOt been iu tlie church since we were
married, so I think tbe old dominie will make some re
marks about it." Says the old woman. " You talk like an
old fool, the domiuie may not know that we are in the
church." Well now, old womaii, you have your way
about it"! but you see." So thc-y got to church aud the
usher seated them all riLt. and the two GALS; but tbo
dominie thut married them over twenty years before.
kept eyelug the old man. nd the old mau droping his
head, finally tbe old dominie in the pulpit roue up, open
ed his hymn booK and commeuceu to resit, tnusly. " lie-
turn ye Ransom, iuner uome. me old man rose up
and said. " By Jove, nic-ther. what did I tell yon about
this." But the old woman insisted that tie didn t mean
them." " Ah," says the old man. "there are no other
Ransoms in this house, you can't fool me ou that, I can't
hoist that in." So home they went aud haven't been to
church since. This is a parallel esse with that of Go
West. That young man was a reader of the Trilmne, and
ha saw tha " go N est in it, so lie gut up and got. aud is
now in the Swamp.
Well. OLD SUN, that Is quite a comparison, but ho
about that Old Junk Store ?
Well. OLD PICKLES, I am worried with you.
Have you any objections to being called SUNFLOWER
Not at all, OLD pickl.?, on tne coutrary i tninx it is
Quite a compliment. Oscar Wilde, the scholar, poet aud
apostle of JEstheticlsm. has given to the Sunflower and
the Lily the most prominent pUces in the Floral World;
the Lily for its purity ana tteiicecy. and ounnowrr ironi
its resembliii! to the Golden Orb of Day. It is immate
rial to me whether I am dulled a Sunflower or a Rose.
"The Rose by any ether name will smell a sweet,"
Well, just once more, OLD si , have you any
Not many, OLD TICKLES.
Give us a few. OLD SUN.
Well, I have a shoe trom the foot of Funchbowl. a tooth
from the mouth of Pearl River, and a cap from Diamond
Head, lbat comprises mv principal stock or CI Klua
How is that, OLD PICKLES?
Ouite sufficient. OLD SUN.
Well. OIJJ I'll KLLS. I have a lot more, but it is get
ting late, and time is money, ctill I ought to say some
thing more about that Go West notice In the papers, and
would do so, if it were not so sofl and silly. I thought
that llocos-pocus-rhincus would have dons belter for the
amount paid for it.
Now, just another question, OLD SUN, have you any
thing to sav for youreir?
Yes. OLD I'IlLES. 1 inirfht say a great deal, but
don't waut to hurt the feelings of the OLD MAN IN THE
MARSH, go I will merelv add that if you know any per
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