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Importer and Dealer la
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toltot Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Bugs, Watches, Diamond, Jewolery and Sllvor-Ware, etc.
NorthenRt Corner ot Fort and Merchant sU., Honolulu,
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can always be fourid
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
To all interoBted in tbo 11th of Juno Races,
Call and secure ono of thoso Elegant
Only Two JL.eft.
.v ,, m. mcinehhy.
Of All description, nnd guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hahd.
BSTSend ordors to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
H. J. Nolte, propriotor.
Served from 3 a.m. to 10 p.m.
First-olosa grades of
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes,
and smokers1 sundries.
A Billiard Table ! -
Sb connected with the establishment.
UNION FEED COMPANY, A. W.
llUHit, Manager. Soe udvertisc
ment on other page. 28
JAMES H. HANLON
Is now permanently located at the
shop on King street, lately occupied
by Mr. G. West. 113
A HONOLULU IRON
flk Works Co. Steam englnci, sugar
Htmlllfl, boilers, coolors, iron, brass
and lead castings; machinery of every
description made to order. Particular
attention paid to ship's blacksmithlng.
Job work excculcd on short notice. 1
Tin, Copper and Shoot Iron Worker,
number, Ga8 Fitter, &e.
Stoves and Banges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
JfT Chandeliers, l4unp, &c.
Hereafter taking a book seat
Will not be dreaded so much
by personB going to
as hab been tho case in the past.
Mr. Geo. F. Wells
IlaB imported a large lot of
that ho will furnish to partiea de
siring extra seats at
Reasonable Prices !
For fuitliur particulars enquire at
Well' Mump ytois, 107 Fort street,
Telephone 17'J, 83
A. W. Bush.
Per D. C. Murray
' A new lot of cloth backed
36, 42, and 5a Inches wide:
Tracing paper in sheets,
Triangles and Color Slants
Dixon's Drawing Penoils,
Blank Books, Fools Cap,
Thumb Tacks, and a fine assortment
of Notarial Record Books,
Supreme Court Scrap Books,
Register of Actions.
or Bill Cases, Ac, &c,,5to.,&c.
J. W. Robertson & Co.
HE BEST SUSPENDER
WORN Is the
For solo at
A. W. JRiciurpsok's,
ex Kalakaua, .,
Table and Pio Fruits,
Nice Breakfast Goods, such as
tjanaie rub, baimou and
l'itr Pork In 61b. Tins,
Sultadlo for families. For sale- by
06 A. S. CutuiionN Co.
FOB SALE '
Californian Mules !
Expected per Lady Laropson.
M Apply to O. Brewer L Co.
MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1882.
Guiteau Going to Piooes.
The Jail ofDclals say that the fact
that becomes more apparent every
day is that Guiteau is failing mental,
ly nnd physically. His condition
yesterday was startling in tho . ex
treme, nnd forebodes his total smosk
up bofore tho 30th. A certain sign
of mental and physical disintegration
is failure of a person's appetite in a
cose like this. Guitcau's nppotito
is f Ailing fast. He has become taci
turn and uncommunicative since
Lawyer Hold's visit yesterday, and
spends his entire tlmo between ris
ing and retiring, lying stretched on
his cot, pondering porhaps, on tho
few intervening days between life
and death. That he will surely fail
before the hanging day, is the opin
ion of those who Bee and know him,
and the jail officials will have to
carry lum to .the scaffold and prop
him up until the fatal drop falls.
Abject fear is taking possession of
him, nnd the assassin will present a
pitiable appearance when the penalty
is reached. Some are inclined to
think that ho will go stark mad a
few days prior to the event, and the
present indications surely point in
that direction. Ono thing u certain
nnd that is that Guiteau will surely
sink into a state of abject fear, be
come seriously sick or wholly crazy
before many days elapse. Washing
ton June Gth.
Opium Smoking in America.
Four thousand is a modernto esti
mate of the total number of nativo
American victims to the opium
habit, and there, it is safe to specu
late, consume ono hundred grains of
the drug a day. This gives a daily
consumption of four hundred thou
sand grains, or nbout nineteen thou
sand pounds during the yenr. About
three drains of the smoking opium,
equivalent to six drams of the crude
drug make the average quota of a
day's consumption, and this much
costs from fifty to ecventy-flvo cents.
Some who go to perpetual excess,
however, have been known to con
sume as much as a pound and a
quarter during a day. Taking the
average, however, it will be fouud
that the man who hankers after the
deleterious and short-lived cnploy-
ment or tho drug can gratify that
foolish, taste only at an expense of
two hundred dollars a year, and
the conbincd indulgence of all Ame
rican opium-smoker will bo found to
Jjo carried on at a cost of over seven
hundred and fifty thousand dollars
yearly. And yet this waste is con
stantly being increased and the ranks
ui iuu luuw uiuiupucu, nuiwiuisiunu
ing that in some States and cities
stringent laws, with heavy fines and
imprisonment, have been resorted to
to stay tho hurtful progress of the
habit. Arrests are constantly made
in San Francisco, under a city ordi
nance, but, seemingly without avail.
and the vigorous Iegel prohibition of
Nevada effects but little, if any,
abatement of the evil. The import
ations of smoking opium into Amer
ica have steadily increased during
the last ten years, and the returns
for 1880 show the enormous quan
tity of seventy-seven thousand one
hundred and ninety-six pounds,
valued at seven hundred and seventy
three thousand seven hundred and
ninety-six dollars, imported, as
against thirty-seven thousand eight
hundred and twenty-four pounds,
valued at three hundred and fifty
three thousand three hundred nnd
thirty-four dollars, sent here in 1871,
being an increase of between four
and five thousand pounds each year,
and this increase not being attribut
able to the increase of Chinese im
migration at that.
Drink Palmer & G.'b
75 cents per dozen.
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Clonk and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice, 72
1 Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements.
Houbo Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &o.
Have Just received from Now York, a full assortment of
New and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
1 Also, from London,
Wostenholm's 1XL Knives and Razors, Wndo & Butcher's Razors.
. Garden Shears, Btubbs' Flics, all kinds and size) Hubbock's White Lead
' aud Zluo, Hubbock's palo boiled oil, dry paints, pummlco stone,
line ground black lead, lump alum, enamelled saucepan.
Tinned saucepans, fry puns, tea kettles, galvanized buckets,
Tubs nnd basins, Babbit metal, hexlou and square nuts,
Sheet sine, perforated and plain; a large assortment ot
Door Mats', Msh Lines and Twine,
Limerick Hooks, sail needles, topsail chains, rooting screws, rat traps,
Rice boos, Chamois skins, dandy brushes, halid bellows, anvils, vises, etc.
WTPP f "encc wu"e and siaples, galvanized T17TTTI' I
We have lately received several invoices of
Plows, made speoially for the Island trade,
by the Moline Flow Co., and are still ablo to furnish all styles and altos, with
extra parts, nt lowest prices.
In addition to our regular stock, which Is mora complote than ever before,
we hate received many NOVELTIES to which wo invite tho attention of buvcrs.
25 DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
LOOK OUT FOR
CHAS. J. FISHELS
New Millinery Goods !
Just to hand by late arrivals.
stSFuU particulars in a few days.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
i Has just received, ex Atalanta,
A FINE STOCK OF GOODS
Consisting in part of
Prints, French Merinos, Hats, Caps, Perfumery,
Saddlery, Hardware, Paints, Oils,
Crockeryware, etc., etc.
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J. W. ROBERTSON & CO..
Wo are prepared to receive furthor orders for any paper or magazino
published in California, tho Eastern States, Canada and Europe.
At tho present time wo receive by every mail over ono hundred and
fifty different papers and magazines, published in tho English, Frenoh,
German and Scandinavian Languages, for our bubBcribors.
As our subscription list is large, wo are onablod to furnish tho paBper
at a low rate of subscription.
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Comer of Fort and Hotel Sts.