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108 KING SfHEET.
O. J. WaIiMHI - - - MANAQKB.
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metropolitan tyeM Go.
RING OP 104!
The Central Meat Market
214 Nuuanu Street.
Xi Your Clioico
BfnigenaiBd .-. Mty
Always on Hand Orders
promptly nndcurefully attend
od to. ....
WESTBR00K, GARES & SOIILETF.
JnBBph. TlnkBT; - - Frapi
Of tho Tinoit Vorloties.
Makers of tho Celebrated I'orfc Kniungo.
310 Nuuaun street, opp. Chaplain lnuo.
TcLci-nosr. '.Ul. I'. 0. Hox 301.
City Peed Store
Hcretanlu and l'uncliboul.
L. H. Dee & Co.
If yon want jourcou to irlvu mllU cut her
somu Alfalfa llay nt City Fiul Store.
J2T Will have on thu 18th a supply of
Oiucon Potatoes, Cascailliiriourai.il flhcr
For tho Equino Tablo iu tbo
way of nil kiuds First Class
HAY, G-BAIN 0 FEED
Aro on sale by tbo
WASHINGTON FEED OOffl'Y
138 Fort St Tol. 422.
Christmas v Turkeys !
Big! Fat! Tender!
They nre tho Very Finost Specimens of tho
Noblo American Bird ever offered
for snlo here at
VOELLER & CO.'S,
20 Boretania Street, Waring Block.
B" Telephone 080 "b
H. PVf $ co.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
TVidnhoner 2'J P.O. Box 470
juvemny mmuw tovyer monin.
r1 T It i ml it
OisMg 5b Cook'.
G. Srvvin & Co.
Wra. O. Irwin, - President and JDmngor
Cinus Snreckols, - - - Vico-Fresidont
W. M. Gilford, - Secretary and 'IVcnsurcr
Tbeo. O. Porter, ... Auditor
AOE.VTB OF inn
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OP SAN FltANOISCO. OAL.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen street, Honolulu, H.I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomea Sunr
Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Walluku
SuRar Company, Walliec Sugar Comp-iny, Makee
Sugar Company, IMIeakalaTaiich Company, Ka
papala Ranch. -- Planter.' Line San Francisco
Packets, Chas. linwer & Co.'s Line of Boston
Packets "Agents Boston Board of Underwriters.
Agents Philadelphia Boird of Underwriters.
LIST OF OFFICERS :
I O Jones, President; George II Robertson,
Manager; E F Bishop, Treasurer nnd Sec
retnry; Col. W PAlIeu, Auditor; OM Cooke,
II Waterhonse, A V Carter, Directors.
H. J. NO LTE. Proprietor.
Tho Best Lunch in Town
Tea asad Coffee
at all no nits.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Eagle -:- House
CARL KLEMME, Proprietor,
New mnungement. Conitnodious rooms.
Tablo Board tho finest, including many
1'idntiblo Gerumu Dishes.
Board and Room, per week. -.
TaWe Board, per week $5.00
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Per Day g 2.00
Per Weok 12.00
apodal Moxxtlily Xlataol
Tlio Best of Atteudnnco, tho Best Situa
tion nnd the Finest Monte in this City
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. noar Thomos Square
Cakes : and : Pies
EST" Served Fresh Every Day
H. P. SINGER,
Tolophono 872. Sole Prop'r.
IP. KCOK2ST -
Hotel street, near Fort.
BREAD, PIES and CAKES
Of all kinds,
fjS? The Finest Imported and Hoino
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
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SKETCHES 13YM. QUAD
Tun In tho West.
Tlio mnn who nsked mo for n matoli
for ills pipe scorned inclined to enter in
to conversation nsho smoknlj and know
iug tho freo handed yays of'tho West, I
hod littlo hesitancy iii obsorving, nf tor n
"As yon took off your cap I noticed
that you had boon scalped."
"Yes, I was fckulpcd by Injuns n fow
years ago," he replied.
"Any story connected with it?"
"Oil, no. I mot n dozen Injnns one
day who wanted somo fun, nnd so they
throwed mo down and sknlpcd inc."
"You arc carrying BOino bad scars on
"Yes, pnrty bad. A grizzly b'nr
Biado 'em with U claws. I was out
huntiu ono day nnd met a grizzly wiio
wanted Homo fun, nnd ho turned to nnd
"Ho didu't lnmo yon in tho loft leg
nt tho samo timof ' I inked.
"Noap. Ho didn't liov nuthin to do
with my log. I was down to Goldon
City ono day nnd met Joo Leo. Joo
wanted souio ftin, uml so ho pulled
down on mo nnd shot mo in tho hip."
"I sco you havo n finger off tho left
hand. Was that lost whilo somebody
WM having fun with yon?"
"Wa-nl, yea I was tnkin n drink nt a
bar in Big Bond and forgot to invito
the crow d to wnlk tip. Tlio boys thought
they'd havo sonio fnn with mo, and so
ono of 'em swiped off that linger to
mako mo loso my drink."
"Did n bullet split your right car?"
"Yes, that wns n bullet. A feller
named Tom Whito did that. Met him
ono day when ho was lookin for fun,
and ho split that ear with hot lead."
"This western country is n great
pliro for fun, I tako it?" I said after u
period r silenco.
"Yon hot!" ho heartily replied. -
"And ynu muit havo had your shnro?' '
"I calkerlnt"! Count 'em!"
And ho huuded mo n gun, nnd I
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Mr WHI l- .Ift 0S--.T-
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m, $ ( imi J
c-tmrtt 4vj 'Yh vi . . n -- r-nr-
"I JIKT A (iltlZZLY
counted 13 tally maiks on tho stock.
They dou't tnlly lor anything less than
human hoiugs out wo3t.
IJoln1; r li.m b I'avor.
Ho had been tiled for minder and
sentenced to bo hnuged and tho day
named, nnd ns I happened to b3 m town
on that day tbo sheriff invited mo to wit
ness tho execution. Half a doen of ns
acconipauicd him to tho roll nf the con
domucd at tho proper hour, and ho taid
to tho man :
"Woll, Jim, it's about timo to bo
"Folks nil ready outsido?" nsked Jim.
"Yea, nil ready, Thai's n big crowd
to fieo yo' go, nnd I hopo yo' won't
mako no fuss."
"Say, Bill," said tho condemned aft
er n moment's thought, "I'vo concluded
not to bo hung."
"Shoo! Why, yo' was rog'lurly sen
tenced." "Yes, I know, but I'm goin to kiok
ag'in it. I didn't liov no fa'r show."
"It wns fa'r ns could bo, Jim, nnd
only yistorday yo' agreed not to mako
nny fussin. 'Pears liko yo' don't want
to do tho right thing by mo."
"Yes, I do, but this yero hangin don't
do a man no good. Mchbo I'll liimg next
weok, but durn my hido if I do it to
day. .Test go and toll tho folks that it's
put off." ,
"Shoo! Shoo!" Rrnmblod tho sheriff.
"Tho law says yo nr' to bo hung be
tween tho hours of 10 and 12 o'clock.
Don't bo orneiy, Jim. Jest git ready
nnd nuui out and bo hung liko a man.
Hain't I nsod yo' nil right?"
"Yes, reckon 6a"
"Gin yo' plenty to out and a good
"Then why go baok on mo? If I don't
hang yo', what's tlio governor gwino to
say 'bout it? What's tlio jutlgo gwino to
do? I ain't askin yo' to hang 'canso yo'
killed yo'r olo woman, but to'oblccgo
"Is thut it? Would it bo a favor to
"It would, Jim, a big favor. Yo
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"And yo'll lemombrr it nf me?" x
"I will, nnd if I kin ever do yo' a
good turn yo' Lin count in mo."
"Waul, tlion," said .T-iii u ho roso
np, "I reckon yo kin gouhmid with tho
hangln. I don'i U i f . 1 i govunor
nor tho judge, but when a follur has
n"d mo whito I'm wiliin tn do him a
iivor nnd w i t r" 'mcV ci ' ' n. Git
aioiijt to tho gul.iM .ii.il hcv it o. tr wltb."
Tho ticket agei t ni Big Bend wns not
tho man for tho place, and ho roalizcd
it as well as many others. Ho was a
uico man nnd knew his business, but ho
lacked sand. Tiie faro from Big Bend
to Blnck Hill was $1, but when uny of
the crowd wanted to go down they
handed in two or threo quarters, as tho
taso might be, poked flvo or sis inches
Df a revolver throuph tho window and
"Ticket fur Black Hill, and don't
wnsto too union timo over it."
Tho agent always handed out a tick
et nnd pretended that things wero all
right, mid tho hojs played it on him
till ho had to throw up his job. Ono
Say tho old man went mid the new ono
look his pl.ire, and four or ilvo of the
gang went down to tho depot to size tlio
latter up. When they returned to camp,
there wh n mnjoiltyauil a minority ro
port. Bill TliiimpHiii was spokesman
for tho majority, and ho said:
"Ho's tho softest thing in tiieso yoro
parts. I'm not goin to buy any moro
tickets, but I'll ccaro 'em outer him.
Tlio sight of a gun will mako his lia'r
Bob Williams was spokesman for tho
minority and was also the minority as
well. Ho looked very serious as ho said :
"Ho's a pale faced, humble lookin
critter, but dou't make no mUtako on
him. Ho carries his forefinger kinder
-nrlcd np, ns if pullin trigger, and tho
first mnn who shoves a gun in on him
is goin to git hot lead in return."
Tho camp was divided on tho ques
tion, nnd nfter mneh talk Bill Thomp
son offered to make tho test and kottlo
.TvJ n '
WWAXIKI) SOMK FUN."
tho problem. In a dny or two a score of
us went down to witness tho perform
ance. Wo wero lounging about tho wait
ing room when in walked Bill with n
whoop, mid advancing to tho ticket
window ho gruffly inquired tlio faro to
"Ono dollar," was tho reply.
"A dollar fur mo Bill Thompson?"
"Yes, sir, for jou or anybody olso."
"And you won't t.iko a half?"
"You won't tako it with this thing
behind it?" continued Bill ns ho shoved
tho coin along with the niuz.lo of his
"No, sir, and" And thero was n
pop, pop, pup, and six bullets wero
chasing each other into William's mint
omy. Ho lost n linger, had an ear split,
au eyebrow shot off, got a iakowio.s
the chin and another across tho wnlp,
nnd ho didu't havo timo to fall until all
was over. Then tho agent opened tho
door of his ofilca and looked ns over
"I didn't shoot to kill, nnd ho isn't
hurt much. Tho faio to Black Hill is
$1, exactly $1. Any ono olso want to
get to Black Hill for a quarter?"
Without n word in reply wo picked
Bill up and lugged him off. Ho was al
so a very silent man. Wo had got him
all bandaged up and put to bed before
ho was ready to talk, and then ho sim
ply inquirod :
"Boys, who did nil that shootlu?"
"Why, tho feller yon said you could
bluff," answered one of tho boys.
" ! but I thought I did, " ho growl
ed ns ho turned his faco to tho wall and
shed tours. M. Quad.
Singers lend the world. Over
13,000 000 miHln nnd Hold. High
est nwurds at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excollonco of
ionstruction, regularity of motiou,
enHO of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convenience of ar
rnngom nit. 11. Borgorsen, agent,
1GJ Bothol streets.
FOOD for INFANTS!- -1
Wo havo received an immense stock of Infants and
Invalids Poods, consisting in part of ... .
Mellins', Nestle's, Horlicks',
Murdock's, Ridges', .
Lactated, Imperial Granum,
And last, but not least, the only
IPSr Wo haven't any particular hobby to furoo on jou,
but if you want food for Infants or Invalids, tin, place to
get it is at tho
TlfEO. Irjj. Dvies $ Co.,
Commission .. Agents I
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
201 to 215 Fort Street.
Just Received and -For Sale
At the New Stand, King Street,
(Adjoining tho Arlington.)
Whole Wheat Flour,
Golden Gato Flour,
Fresh Almonds and Walnuts,
Cal. Block Butter,
Onions, Etc., Etc.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IJirOBTEUS AND tfEALEltS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Now Goods Itocoived by Every l'aoket from tho Eastern States and Europo
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY BTEAUERJ
AH Orders faithfully nttendod to and Qoods Delivered to any
Part of tho City PltEB,
Island Omiins Bolicitkd, Saiisfactio! GcAnANTMa
EABT COKNEK FORT AND KING STREETS. '
and Deilors in
Chas. H list ace.
212 King Street.
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