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TCKSIMY MAY Ufi. 18RC.
.Mnkolll from Moloknl
Sear Canute fiom Uuwall
Sclir Lukn for Knholnloln
Selir .Surah A Ellu lor Kuolnu
bclir Cub Boy lor Koolittt
Hclit Balubow for ICuolun
ytuir Klnuu for Wliidwuid PoiU
Mtinr Iwuluiii fur Kuuul
Stun- .Ins Mnkce for Walunac unit Knpan
Sclir Kawiilliuil for Kooluu
t?clir Kulutmuiu for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVttlC TO-MORROW.
Ilk Ceylon for Sun Prauelseo
.Slinr l.cliiui for Wlnihvnril Pints
Stinr Mnkolll for Moloknl
Sehr llnh-nkala for Pcpeekeo
llklno.Miiry Wliiki'lnnin for San Praii
I'lsro CARGOES FROM ISLANOPORTG.
Canute ll,G()o bass of ."iiirur.
Stinr Jlokolll l!OH bags " of
cattle, loll "lii'i'p. mill 10
barrels of !
The Paeillo Navigation Co. beside
making weekly shipments of liiannre lo
Maui, will M'li'd -'" tons of k to I'epeo
keo by the schooner lliileakala to-inor-row,
and 0. tons to Wnlul.ea by the
Canute, TIiiii-mI i.v.
The stun- Iwalnui'.smuiii.hoDiu baWii-'
been earrled aw.iy by a strong wind
while on bur la-t trip, was rcplaeed
this morning by ono "lived from the
wreck of the 1'hinter.
Tim willing of the Nellie M Sl.ulo was
postponed until to-d.iy. She took Ul.
072 bags of sugar, valued .at SO'J.Sfil'.l".
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: talk of the town hor.e
Wiikki: aro those Gurnuin inen-of-wnr
lric shooting at Foil btreet
in about over.
Who in tlio hnpiie.sl iiinn in town?
probably V. II. Cornwall.
I'nopi.t: living at Kaiialaina miv the
bridgo out thuru hun a dangcrou.s hole
Mil. .!.' Lyons hold.s a special s-alu of
pictures at 10 o'clock to-nioriow
nioiniug, al hi.- naleMooin.
Mil. Kunuiakea's hor.o and buggy
ran away Sunday, near l'llnehbowl
hill. The buggy became a wreck.
.Mil. William Wall is making
nrrangeinents for a grand skating
contest at Yosemitu link Satuiday
Tin: British Benevolent Kociely
will hold their annual meeting al the
llritinh Club, on Thursday evening
al 7 :!I0 o'clock.
Mi:.miiuiis of the Hawaiian Kiilu
Association are preparing for their
semi-annual prize .shooting contest,
to be held on the -1th of July.
Thu Hawaiian Hotel put on its
festive decorations last night, while
the lioyul Band discoursed music of
Iho first grade, all in honor of ljueen
Tin: l'acilic Haidwaio Co. has
challenged the combined forces of K.
O. Hull it Son and Ciibtle A Cooke for
a game of baseball, to decide the
championship of the hardware com
panies. A housi:ki:i:i'eh says this free tui
tion in cooking taio Hour may revo
lutioni.e the Chinese cooks, that
when they learn how to servo tuio
ilour in seventeen dilleicnt ways they
might strike for higher wages.
ScniVKXs in two pit-cos, the body
walking about with its head under its
arm, is the great act of 1'iofessor
Anderson's perfonnanco at the Opera
House to-night. J'locure your tickets
in advance at Mr. Wiseman's.
Tin: harkentino Mary Winkehnan,
which sails to-morrow for San Fran
cisco, will take all the machinery
saved fiom the wrecked Planter, for
the new steamer to be built at Port
Ulakcly for tho I. I. S. N. Co.
Cai-TAIX McGregor, of tho sli-amer
Mokolii, roportb terrilic winds about
Molokai. Saw a largo number of
whales. Ho did not fall overboard this
trip: no boats capsized. Will sail
again lo-inonow ul 5 i m., weather
Tnr Wilder steamship Co., have
issued nn elaborate caul containing
large photographs of tho cutter of
Kilauen, an avenue of royal palms, a
view of ivohola railioad and tuiiu,
the How of 1881 near Hilo, tho Ha
waiian Hotel, tho steamship Kinuu,
and Wilder it Co.'s, building. Tho
card also contains a good map of the
Tin: taro ilour head quuitorH, No.
125 Fort stie.t, a little above tho
shooting gallery, was the placo of
attraction up town thix inoining.
Foreigners, Hawaiian'?, and China
men gathered to see the varied pio
duels of tuio, and learn the seeit-t of
preparation for tho table. Dainty
dishes were mixed and cooked iii
iresenco ot the speotatois, and ter
cd out to all who desired. The un
animous vi idict was highly favorable
to taio Ilour.
Tin: gioup pictuuv ol the Cleaners
taken in costume by Mr. tionsalves
in tho Y. M. U. A. Hall can he pur
chased of him at thu looms of tho
Association. Mounted, CO cents; uii
jnounted, 23 cente. Il
I'i.kahi: tell your cook to go to No.
125 Fort stieet, tlucn doois ahovo tho
Hliooting Gallery, wlieio ho will bu
(aught by ua expert Chinese Cook
)low t0 Prepare nuny palatable dleha
JIutllns, Taro Mush, Ac Ac. Persona I
desirous to know how to make ex- i
ccllciit jKii will do w H to cull sit the
above incut iii il luce, where 1V II i
new mctluxl the ALDKN TIM if .v !
TABU COMPANY me enabled to
prepare this artielo in less than ono
hours time. 37
No further trouble need be
encountered in making Poi out of
TAUO FI.OUK. If the foieign rt-ci-dt'iils
will kindly place the eirculais
in Chinese which arc enclosed in this
issue- in the hands of their cooks,
they will uceivo full instiuetions
f lorn an expert Chinese cook us to
Taio Flu lit' piepaiaiions, and thus be
enabled to avail themselves of this
most nutrition article. Instructions
for piepnring and cooking tuio Ilour
aro ghen at 12.1 Fort street, thice
doois above tin- shooting gallery,
from II lo 11 a. M. and from 7 to I) r.
AH AUTOMATIC SWITCH.
On the moll' nt Alanicdn, Tuesday,
nn autoinatii' switch was exhibited
to u patty of lailrond men ttiid
mechanics. The invention consists
of a simple device whereby thu
wheels and weight of the engine
shall act upon a lever on the out
side of the rail and adjust the siding
to the main truck, lly a reliable at
tachment the main tiuck is always
continuous. Tim highest approval
of tlic cll'eclivencss of the invention
was expressed by the railroad men
because it plaice the safety of the
train immediately in thu control of
the engineer instead of leaving it in
the care of the switchman. The
invention is purely a local one and
will be developed by local capital.
A mosl rcmaikablc phenomenon
was shown our reporter this morning,
in, the form of a two-headed kitten.
Both heads are perfect in several
respects. Much has two oyes, a
nose, and mouth, in their natural
plnces, but only one ear on tho outer
extremity of either head. The ex
terior profile of each head possesses
its iinluiiil shape, cxcepl where the
heads unite. On lop of the double
head is a lint, bare and bony struc
ture, like two skulls. When the
animal is lying on either side it looks
natural enough, but when tho front
is brought to view the two heads
present themselves in bold relief,
both slightly reclining in opposite
directions, and forming a novel
spectacle. The phenomenal cat,
with two mouths and two vocal
oigans, might be hcaid, if its life is
spared, on some beautiful night in
the future melodiously singing that
popular duet of "Maria" and "yes
Tom," all alone on your hack yard
MEXICO AND THE CHINESE.
COXTUACT WITH TUP. SIX COM1".
KIES TO 11UILP THU TKIII'AS-
Ei. Paso (Tex.), May f. The
Department of Public Works of
Mexico has entered into a contract
with the Six Chinese Companies to
build at once the Tehuantepcu Kail
way across the isthmus of that name.
The Government subsidy has been
fixed at $;io,000 per mile, payable
in bonds woith eighty cents on the
dollar, ami thus making each mile
cost $l'i,7f0 in bonds. The pay
ment of this subsidy is secured by
lands along the route, and the con
dition is made that if in live years
the subsidy remains unpaid, the
lands are forfeited to the companies
by lh Government. The route will
probably be 17f miles long, as the
piescnt telegraph Hue across the
isthmus is not less than 200 miles in
length. The companies are already
getting the Chinese on the woik,
and piomise to conclude the under
taking within eighteen months.
The races at Ivapioluni Park, yes
terday, under the auspices of the
Hawaiian Jockey Club, drew a large
crowd. His Majesty the ICing was
among the spectators.
The judges were, Governor Domi
nib, Capt. J. II. Brown, and Mr. 1
S. Piatt; starter and assistant
starter, Major A. 11. Ilayley and
Mr. .J. I. Dowsctt, Jr. ; clerk of tho
course, Mr. Chas. 15. Wilson; time
keepers, Mr. C. O. Merger and Col.
C. P. laukea. The day was clear,
with a cool breeze from thu pall,
and to those taking an outing, the
occasion was very refreshing.
Following are tho events and their
1. ItUNNING BACK Puibc, !?100 j
C. Brown's bay pony Ivikila
S. Parker's black pony Ham
Kikila got the lead from the first,
and kept ahe: d to the llnish, win
ning by about three lengths. Olllcial
time not given. Tim riders were
(Kikila) Ilowson anil (Sam) Jiininie.
2. UIJNNING BACK l'uiso, $200;
W. 11. Corn well's b. miiro. .. ..May D
.. S. Spalding's b. mine. . . . Bosita
This was the most exciting race
of the day. The horses were in
splendid condition, and it was evi
dent at their llrst appearance on the
track that the nice would be close.
I'osila got the pole, and a fair start
was made. At the Hist quaiter,
the horses were togethei, and main
tained about tho sumo position until
near the ludf-niile pole, when May I)
gained a slight lead, and gradually
increased on the home stretch, May
1) passing the judges' stand about
a lengths ahead, in lm, '16Aeo,
The rlden were (MixvD) Noble and
(Rosdtn) Appleby. " 'Weight, 113
a. ItrNNlNO HACK Purse, 9150;
('. Bu.wn'sb. gelding O. H.
A. Ailbui's sor. gelding (let-away
This, like the preceding, was a
closely contested dash. Get-away
had the pole. 0. 11. ( however, got
awn' from the start, and increased
the lend till nenring tho half-mile,
when Get-away piesscd forward
ami closed up the gap. For the lust
quaiter inite, the horses weie well
together, but the finish us made in
good style by 0. II. passing the
wire by half a length ahead. Time,
lm. 2lsee. lliders, (O. II.) Leo
nard, and ("Get-away) Appleby.
1. Bt'NNING HACK. Purse, f0;
Distance, iiO() ynids.
lion. S. Parker's. Nisu
Col. Z. S. Spalding's. .Belle of ICuuui
After .several abortive attempts
hud been made at a fair stait, owing
to the Hello of ICauni icfiisiiig to
leave the pole, they got off, Nisa
gaining a slight lead at the outset,
but having swerved over the course,
the Melle of Kauai gained the wiic
by about one length. Time, 27
sees. The riders weie(Nisa) Noble,
and (Melle of Kauai) Appleby.
Sunday evening-Hi-v.. I. A,
preached bcl'oio Geo. V.
Post, G. A. K., and a large congre
gation, in Foit-stieot Chinch. The
comrades marclicd in a body fiom
their headquarteis on King stieet,
and took the seats reserved for them
at the fiont of the church. I lis ICx
cellency Governor IJomiuis and Mr.
Suhaufcr, Italian Consul, sat in front
of thu Post, while in their midst was
seated His lveelleuoy Geo. W.
Murrill, United States Minister
Hesident, Mr. .1. II. Putnam and
Mr. K. P. Hustings, United States
Consul-Goneral and Viee-Coiisul
respectively. The decorations were
very handsome. Over tho pulpit,
on the front of thu organ pipes, was
an American shield, the snipes be
ing of red and white roses. A fram
ed poi trait of tho late Lieut. !)--Long,
after whom the Post is nam
ed, icstcd on a drum in fiont of the
desk, and a stand ot rillc with fixed
bayonets on either side supported
an oruameutal illugstulV bcaiiug tlie
American colois neatly festooned,
the gathers being hold with long
spiays of white stephauotis. The
choir loft and platform wuru adorned
with vines, Rowers and ferns in rich
and flagrant variety. Prof. Varnd
loy led the choir with his usual skill,
accompanying some of the hymns
with thu violin, supplementary to
Mr. Myion Jones' perfoiuiunci- on
tho organ. The choristers did their
part with tho consummate power of
trained talent distinguishing them
among the local ''swcel singers of
Israel," and the congregation was
not backward in chiming in one such
of the hymns as weio familiar to
them, particularly the American
national anthem, "America."
The preacher took his text in tho
fifth verse of the 28lh Psalm: "We
will triumph in the Loid of our sal
vation ; in the name of our God we
will set up our banner." He said
that in all ages men have set up
some banner or Hag, which was to
thcin the sign or symbol of some
great principle, and have been ready
to defend it even with their lives.
So in that piece of bunting displayed
before them, their fathers had
stitched the eternal principles of
human freedom, and it was a sign
to their country of the great prin
ciples for which they stood. In the
name of their God those men set up
their banner. To Americans it wns
more than a bit of bunting. No one
must tamper with it, none taunt il
with impunity, this he illustrated
with famous sayings and episodes of
the civil war, refening to Mootli,
when he shot Lincoln, as being
caught in thai Hag which lie meant
to dishonor, ami getting away a
poor ciipple, a maimed thing. He
went on to say that the Hag would
only remain a poiwir so long as it
would bo upheld by men like those
who in the name of God had set it
up, thence discoursing on the neces
sity of righteousness lo a nation that
would achieve and preserve- great
ness, lie quoted IJt-v. Theodore
Cuyler in the New York Imlrpen
dent 011 the grandeur of Gladstone's
character as being that statesman's
greatest source of power. The great
need of our lime was men of con
science, such as the worthies of the
past Lincoln, Farragut, and others
were. What man needed was to
be loyal lo truth, to God, and to
manhood,, and the highest exemplar
of true manhood was tho man Christ
Jesus. In conclusion he said: Com
rades of the Geo. W. DeLong Post,
il is meet that we should honor these
dead brothers. They were not per
fect men, but in this they weio noble
men they went straight in tho line
of duly, where- the bullets rained
like hail ; where they stood face to
face willi death in the path of duty
without their faces blanching. Be
causo they weie thus failhtul it is
meet tiiat we should honor them.
And we can honor them by living
faithful to principle as they died for
piinciple. I pray God that we shall
live faithful in the path of duty, and
when at last wo shall be mustered
out in the presence of God and His
redeemed it may be said of us, as it
was said of Paul, "Henceforth theie
is laid up for 1110 a crown."
Autihts' .Mnio.mln, Piuiiies, Panels,
St o.clie 1, C.iviiH, etc,, etc, at King
JJios.' Art more, 331 Gt,
Lahaisa, Mny 11, 1886.
Mesmis. Allen & Kobixsov,
IIkau Sin- : In reply to your
favor of last week I beg to state
that we tested lately both the Hawa
iian and the California Lime in our
Sugar Mill and I am decidedly of
the opinion that the Hawaiian Lime
stanch higher in every respect for
the reason that it is much stronger,
thus causing a considerable saving.
It furthermore does not coat our
pipes and drum so much as the Culi
lorina Lime and should therefore bu
used in everj Sugar Mill. I remain,
dear sirs, 3 ours icspectftilly,
The Hawaiian Lime has to bo
slacked in hot juice in order to use it
'S'nro nntl (lie
the Cultivation of
! of Tnro F'lour,
Mr. it lCxAcTim, not by the King and
the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands in the Legisla
ture of thu Kingdom assembled,
bill by the Aldk.v Piiuii axu Taiio
Sec. 1. That the I-'lour as now
manufactured by the Company is of
siipciior excellence and undoubted
Sec. 2. That all person who de-
sire excellent Poi should use the Taio
l-'lour inr making the ranic.
Sec. II. That mull'ms made fiom
laro I-lour pox-ess (itialities not ol
made fiom other in-
See. -I. 'Phut for 11 breakfast
nothing can compaie with
I-'lour Mush, eaten with milk
I'm 11 1
sugar us the taste dictates.
Soco. That giiddle or hot cakes
made fiom Taio l-'lour aie unsur
passed. See. (J. That if ono wishes to re
gain health and stiength, their diet
should consist largely of Taro Flour
."see. 7. Tuio I-'lour, if propeily pre
pared will make the most despond
ent person happy. Taro mush and
milk is delicious. Ladies sigh and
childicu cry for it.
Sec. M. Kvery one should ln-e
Taio l-'lour, it is highly lcciiininended
by the entire medical profession.
I'nr sale by all gioeers. Try a bag
and ask your fnend to do the same.
Olltr.s, ATii.VcE. Applvto
MKh. A.M. Jl'Kl.LIS.
'i :ll 101 Kort street.
TO J j 1ST,
HOUSE niid Premises lately occupied
by W. v. Pt-icock, on llcrutniiiii
stieet. Possession giw-n iininuiliately.
l-'or purllculuis, apply to
gS'Jw JOHN COLllUlt.V.
AViinkMl to Lei,
-) NICELY KUBN'ISHEI) BOOMS,
out-of which Is a handsome large
front room, to be vacant on the filli of
next mouth. .Muv lie 'eeurid bv calling
eailyat MltS. McC'ONNKLL'S, '
:itf Harden Lane.
C"UONO YUEN YOKIv KKE of Ho.
5 noliilu, Oahii, having made an
assignment of all their properly, etc., to
the iindeisigneil for tho hunt Hi of their
creditor", notice is hereby given lo all
person-lo present their claims against
the said Quong Yuen ork ICeu within
one mouth Iroin dato to M. LoiiIfsoii. at
the olllcu of M. b. Crinlmiiin it Co.,
Honolulu, and all persons imlt-bieil to
said Quong Yuen York Kue are hereby
ti-ipii'htcd 10 iiiaku immi'illate paMiicnt
tn the undersigiii-d. M LOlI.SOX,
Assignee of Qu.ii-g Yuen Yoik Kt-e.
Honolulu, May -.1 IS.80 ail 1 w
A TOY to attend Garden work, eh an
Uo-se mid BiiL'gy, and t'rl.-c a
little. A lined home ollercil, nun $W a
month. Apply to J K. LSK.MAX,
nil C.i'ii'l I!ii8lnc.s Ancm.
Knights) of P.vllihis Notice.
ON and aficr tlii d te the lejid-ir
meeliiig of Mjsti Lodge Nn. !,
K of P.. w lb 1 0 h hi ( n WEDNESDAY
liihMNU of each week, ui TiIJO
u'cloul;. Pi-K OltDEB
M'iv 1". lu'i. :.-Jlw
KIM YEN & CO., of Honolulu, hav
ing 111111I1! an iis-ignim lit to 1 in; of
all his pi niioi ly for the liunt-ilt of his
etediiois, notice is hereby given 10 all
pi-isons lo jirt-sent their claims aaaln-t I lineby warmd nuiii-i having uuy iK-al-the
said Kim Yen it Ci. within one , logs with ihe satil Joliii Holn llo, and all
liiouth fiom dale to the uiulei'-igiiiiL al
(hi; olllce of M. Phillips .V C ., and all
icr.-ons iuilehled lo suhl Kim Yen &
(Jo. aro hereby rciOH-lcd to make int.
mediate payiueut to me.
Assignee of ICiin Yen it Co.
Monnlulii, May 111, !S(1. ifi in
J HEBEIlY icsmot fully notify my
1 luii.ds anil tiie public in miiornl,
llml I have rciiineil my lni-iiith to ihe
lluwaiiiiii Cuniage laiiufaeliiiing Co.,
whi-rn 1 can l.o foiiml to atli-nd to inj
eiistomers 11s usual. Soliciting 11 coii.
tlnuaiiLe of their ptitronuiic, mid thank,
ing thu public for past fuvni,
I iiiii, most hliu-pri-lv vmirs,
K 0 isCHUMAX.
Hnnnbilii, Apitl '-Ml 18S". ill'J lm
Base Ball Books, &c.
Ilnsi) Bull ChiIiIcb for 1 HSU,
Playing Bolus ol iho Natloiud Li-ague,
Ait id Iiai1ing111.il Base Buiiuing,
Art of I'liching and Fiehliiig,
BATS AND BALLS,
For sale nl 'P.O. Til BUM'S.
Just rtcoivcd per recent arrival, an ex.
eelleiit iissnitmi'iit of Hut I.eHer, (Jap,
Demy, Medium anil Folio papi-ro for
blank forms, or blank book work Aim,
Perfection Linen and Marcus Wind's
plate llnish folio. Also,
Japanese Vcgotablo Pnrchmont,
superior 10 animal parchment for pen
woik or p.lnt'ii',', and tough as h-all er.
Bay Stiitlocery nml Ilinilery oidcrH
faithfully iitleiidtd tout
ii. tii null's,
100 Fort street.
LUlil, well broken to
linriiei. la klml nml
wv ... ..1 . ... 1 . " .
r-iv'v J," line nun 11 nisi lm
w li-r inquire nl ISo.
17 ISininii stieel, "r
ili Iw) LiLL OWll ''
The White House,
No. HSNuuauu ttrtot,
Xlccly :'uritiih(-d ftnoiim,
with or without bo.ird.
331 I.v MHS JOS. VIF.BHA.
WOLFE & CO.
1 Second-hand Billiard Table,
si.c ft.I0, niiiiiiif.ieioii.-il by P. Me-
seiifclil, S. V., i-ii'liious me quli k
and It is In gooil nil i'. I liiivc also
IN'o-w IHIlim-d C'lolliN,
which will 111 a liircc table. Alo,
1 Sot Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3-0, new.
Hit lm (' .1. MtCMl'IIIY.
AT C'ASTI.K & COOKIS'N.
A 1-irge anil splendid
Assortment of Fireworks
just at liunil from New York direct, at
fill pri c 10 sub tlic linn. lm
Craigside to be Let.
'Pill: above Be idi-iirt- of Mr. Tlieo.
X. II. Il.lVlt'S, C0II1 lismg -I1,, licit"?
ot land, and
'i Complete Houses,
which will In let separately or together.
:i:iim THE". 11. iuviks & co.
'E LEAD !
Others Follow !
II" You Want
Fine Ice Cream,
CA ICJaW iiimI CAM)IIJH,
XI 112 ULLTE
Ice Cream Parlors
M Hotel Stieet, near Port.
oi'i:n daily r.vrn, 11 i-.m.
I .Mutual :1:1s, -vjsi cn:i)
tsr Bell is:'.
KAVI.NO I ci-ii appointed by the ijii.
piiliieCouil the guimlinn. ol Hie
pt-iMin ami L-sliilu of .KilIX BOUELLO,
found by the C airt to la- incupulilc ol
uiMiig cure 01 luiu-ell, all persons
puilics hiiMiig iin eliihus againsl lit 111
me hi-reliv nut llnl 10 pieuni the Hume
to ilyiiian, nml all panics owing the
a,.i I din B tuiiu me rtipiesteil to
Kcilli illi J. Ilwimii :i 1 ! it ill
' M A (JON SALVES,
.li-SM II HYMAN.
Iloiii.lulii A -il .('-, 18-U. ilia lm
ANYONE who i- I limp In nivc any
ictiistiuici-10 ihiisf who suil'i ml by
thu llu- of the Pjth iln of April, IsHO, is
heiebv cordially invilt-d lo scud U
dniiatlon to the Hon. S. M. Damon,
Treasurer, unit notil W. C. Acid, the
Serrctim, for noilcc in ni-wspapi-rf.
II. It. "II. Lll.ll.'uKAI.ANl, Piert.,
II VATEBllill-., I.s.j., Vlce.Prt's.
HON. m. M. DAMON, Triasurer,
V. ' ACIII, s.im-ii-1 ,iv.
IIOX..IND. L KAXJlil KOU,
HON. .IA&. KP.AU,
BEY . T. U A I iMAII. 111 7 I f
General Business & Purchasing AGonl-
42 lercliani St., Hoiioluln.
My most fuiihfiii iitlcn'lun will hu
gnen for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tliu reshkiitu of Iho
80 1 bovcrul Ibhimls of this group, fly
. - 1
HAW'N OPERA HOUSE.
LABGE AND BNTHU.-IASI
The Great Wizard of the North.
Ills uinrvcllntiH feats will In- siippleinenteii mi
Tucisasiy ISvoiiins"- Bt;iy 23(Ji.
By an amusing Sketch, entitled,
Scrivens in Two Pieces I
During this Act Ihe hea-1 of Scrivens is cut oil' and h- walk, nwuv w iih Ids
head under his arm. (let yi ur -e:n ai once m i-cniimN.
Aru now iiivpaicd to furnish in (iimtitUIis to stiit purclmserH
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. each,
Packed in suitable containers lor tuinsldpincat between the Nhinds and for
foreign shipment. .Special oulers will bj reeehed and packed in any style re.
The Agents have constantly on hand u STOCK of this CKLBBBATKD ABTI.
CLE, and will he pliaM.il lo furnish toieaiuu-rn with p.-miphlits containing direc
tions tor use.
Orders can be sent lo
Shell" Hiirdwnru, Locks, Knobs, l'mllock.s,
A full line of Agate Watt-, Hoiiso Piirui-hiiii: liooiU, l'..iils A .IcwittV Befriu-ini.
tors, Wnler Piltt-u anil IVnlers, ke ( lie-Is, While Mountain I . C- 'in Prci-rets,
new putlcrn, Kasy Lawn .Mow eis, Dooi Mms, (iank-n ami anal il.mows, Axe,
Hoc, Phi; mid Fink Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, shot mid Cups,
l-Vneu Wire -mil tuples, M inlhi and Pisal Bnpe,
The latest novelties In Limp n""ils, tin.- ii-ry I!'- 1 aiei -icond i.'iaile ivcrox-nn Oih
Berry llios. Piiiiiituie Yunusli. I-'oi ili-ni lnwisi mailut rules ty
Tie Pacific Hardware Um, IimitBl
liliicksinilh "Work; ... 'j Ciwriv.v Iiiil(Iiiif-,
VinntUiiX and W KtJ Trini:uin-,
79 HI Kill Stmt, - - OIeI Rose Preiisss,
Jnl i-anecN tVom ICiii-mul Mccidtnul MJh.
I'.vt'iy dc-ciiption of work in tin- -ibow- lines perlormeil in a ilrat-rluss m.-oiiier.
Also, Korse Shbeinjgf a Specialty.
:57- Bell Ti-lepl.on.-, 1(17. -itoU CI-'.' ly) Z-b Im.'ITe'i-pli.iiu, (i7 X6n
King Strcot, : : : : Betwcon Fort and Alakca Streets.
INTew Goods, .iisi; Roopivod,
Kegs Family Beef, l;i gs and halt hhls. I'ig Purl.; Kii-u-in Bio. k ('mUUIi; Smoked
lliillhiit; On Tongue-, Liuieli Toiifiucs; .niokiil Ituf. 1! inn Chicl.cn, Dupuii
Hums ami Baton; Leminie M iple lvrii.; Cuhi Sl.u Dips, I'V-liSm Orleans
Molasses; .I.iiiih; .lellies; Honey, in glass anil tins; No. 1 I loin . Wheat; Mild
CliL'c.'Oi (Jeiuica, and a
General itoi'liral of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders uvelve tiircfitl attint'on ami piompl delUi-rj.
1. O. ICo.x :try. Telephone 1 1 .
P0. BOX 315.
General Business Agent
Hc-il Kstiitn AiiL'iit,
Wlhlei'i, Stt-iiiiislilp Agent,
Great Burlington Biiilioad Agent
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IP APDIENTE-? OIIEKT
& TARO CO.
G. IRWIN & Co.,
Agents for the Ilnw liiui I lands
Just Received J
- Sonolulii, il. I.
Y i House Broker,
iluniicer IIuIIhii Onuia llnuco.
Pirc uudLlio Iiibiiriiiice.AgL-ut.
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