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AViod and Treathcr pcnnittiDg, tLc statao of
Damas pert will be inaugurated cnlhctth
November, on the place Malcaucrbca, facing
Meissonnicr'fl etndio and cLcclc by jowl with
Sara Bcrnbardt'a wigwam. At that ceremony
political lions and Umbs will meet in peace
A celebrity who amused France so long, and
whose worVs will continno to do to, despite
new constitutions and novelists in esse, for
many years to come. Dumas died at the age
of G7, in December, 1 670, at bis son's resi
dence, Fay, near Dieppe, and bis remains
were later definitely interred at Tillers Catter
ets, where be was born. ITis grand-father,
who was a Marqnis, married an African De
gress, that which explained the woolly nature
of bis locts, and the gingerbread color of his
features. His father was a general who left
his mark during the wars of the revolution
and the empire. Dumas lost bis father when
four years old; the widow was left with one
son and two daughters, plenty of debts and no
income, Dumas never received any education
in the proper sense of the word; a neighboring
abbe taught bim the rudiments of Latin for
executing his errands; but be never could
teach him the four R.s. At 15 ho entered as
clerk in a notary's office. Here be was taught
to write and that accompli shmcnt roado bis
fortune.
When 20 rears of ace. bis mother one morn
ing came to his bedside, crying, and announced
that she had sold everything, paid all debts,
and her total balance- in this world's goods was
just 250 fr. "Give mc 53 fr. mother, to travel
to Fans: l euau can on my lamer a om inenas :
and they will secure me work." On arriving
in the capital, only General Fay took an inter- ;
est in him; who announced that6inco Dumas :
could only write well, bo bad secured a berth !
for bim as mailing clerk in the private office 1
and library of the Duke d'Orlcans, at 1,200 fr.
a year. This opening secured btra the interest
of Louis riiilippo and bis family and gavo him
access to books. At this time a company of
English actors came to Tans, gave Shakspcar-
lan representations, uamas conies oU bis
presence at these kindled in him a love and
natural taste for the drama. The output was
bis first play Henri lllt and that at once made
bim famous, aiid rich too, as it produced bim
30,000 fr. However the time was favorable to
bim: people were tired with monotonous repe
tition of Uacinc and Corneille; tfco tojovrvptn
drix fatigued; they hissed their cl&fasic authors
and applauded Dumas and'Hngo as lliocTey
of the new, or romantic school. Dumas was
inferior to Hugo as a writer and a jioet. but
surpassed him as a dramatist. Dumas bad
the natural gifts of imagination, of invention,
but above all, of theatrical action. Ho had the
sentiment of contrasts. Having to decide
between improvisation and reflection, bo chose
the former, and improvised dramas and novel?,
as Franco did constitutions in 17if3. With a
wallet well filled with crimes of all colors.
daggers, scaffolds, cords, ladder?, etc, he could
supply all the wan Is of the human mind and
Heart,
DUMAS WHITINGS.
His writings on the whole aro full nf mtf,
passion, inexhaustible iccundity, absolute con.
fidenco in a facilitv of invention and of execu
tion. He was prompt to seize and assimilate
the ideas, and the materials, and even the
works of bis contemporaries. Ho cribbed
w holesale from Sir Walter Scott, Chateaubriand
and Thierry, but be said Shaksroare and Mo
licre appropriated what they found to suit
tuero, no matter lrom wlicre. ucmus be de
clared never robs but conquers; ho only copied,
lie is distinctly cnarged witb assuming as Lit
own from the covering same with bis signa.
nature, the productions of seventy-five cotlub.
oratairs despite bis denials. Ho was satir
ized as the proprietor of a literary manufac-
tary "Dumas & Co." This may account for
his prolific pen. At one time bo was running
three diLTcrei't stores in tbo feutSctons of as
many different journals, besides writing plays.
Ho founded two journals, tbo Motisnuetaire in
lb53, and Mmtc-Cristo in 1657, exclusively
lor las own productions, and be bad atucatcr,
at Mantneneicr. for rcnrcscntinc; only bis own
plays. Despite this industrialism, be found
timo to go to Spain and witness the due de
Montpensier's marriage contract, to vieitTunis
and liberate a dozen Christians from death, to
inspect Algeria as a field for colonization, to
a l a- lions, to protect Abd-cl-lvadcr to lollow
Garibaldi, and to be curator of the museum of
raples.
DCWAS ODDITIES.
Dumas was a chevalier of "a Legion of
Honor ; be claimed to be marshal ot literature.
Two ambitions be never realized; to bo. sent to
parliament and to bo elected an academician.
He was refused the latter on account of his
debts, and the former because it would kill
bim as a novelist. Dumas always insisted on
beinc paid by the line, and an ab! yes, no, or
note of exclamation counted as a line. Thack
eray complained, not of the number cf Dumas'
novels, but of so many blank paces before a
new chapter, and the scarcity of letters in the
pages. Dumas allowed 6,000 lines to a vol
ume; that represented three days work, and
10,000 Jr., equal to the annual income ol i
tragedienne. He expended nearly half a mil
lion of francs in building Monte-Cristo Castle,
at St. Germain, and bis creditors sold it in 1 65 1
for 30,000 fr. His extravagance was bound
less; bis debts endless- Take Dumas for all
in all, wc shall never look upon bis like again.
Witb his Jlousqvctaires and Sfonte-Cristo, aided
by Gustavo Dotc'b statue, Dnmas will go
down to posterity.
rOLXTXCS.
The reassembling of tbo parliament has so
far proved a very tamo aflair. The radicals,
who in the vacation went about seeking whom
they could devour, havo become as mild as
sucking doves. Jules Ferry, not at all a joker,
laugus at mein. i be several orders ot mon
arcbists do nothing but threaten and boast
they aro impotent. Tbo great nuts for France
to crack are, tbo budget and Touquin. Having
lived so long on borrowed money, saddling
the morrow with tbo day's expenses ; robbing
reter to pay raw, tbe cxcuonuer.at last com-
lulled to strike a balance, finds the latter very
macu on tno wrong side of tho ledger, reaco,
retrenchment and reform havo thus become
neccesities. bo far China has the trump cards,
and plays best in tho Tonkin game. She bas
prolonged the negotiations till the Chambers
met, so Ibat tbe dec! a rati en of a war with tli
Flowery Land muBt be decided by the renre-
scntativcs, what they will never otc Nor
can Franco keep up a desultory war with the
Black Flags countenanced by China. The
perils for the present, as they have been for
all prccccding governments, lio in excessive
nomc taxation and stagnant trade, coupled
wiui lorcign complications. If it gets deep
mio bucii muu, -riaum est tie repubhea
rA HIS IAN AM L'S EXTENTS.
The theatres arc in full swingthe most pro
minent in point of success being that of which
Sarah Bernhardt is tho lessee. She has three
new plais in rehearsal, and has fathered one
of her own, as a icelcr, on her son. Tho three
pnpnlar Sunday concerts, devoted to sympho
nic and international music, cannot accommo
date tbo spectators. On of tho merriest
places of amusement is, tho Invisible Insect's
Show, where animalcules arc magnified to the
ane oi oray uorscs. ilie sensation, scene is
the martyrdom of a flea : it is first transfixed
on a needle, then slowly roasted before the
flame of a lamp. Its contortions seem to
divert the audience. Yet these ltcinca ac
cording to the poet "feel a pang as great as
when a giant die." Docs the society for the
protection of animals stoop to fleas? A
French gentleman bas bronrht over specimens
of the Ited Indians, lelonging to tho Mahas
tribe of Xcbraska. Yellow Smoke is their
chief: bo is an old man, ever with pine in
mnntl, fm 1. - i j a
..w.u - hilii aut as viuaiurni, tinea
weasci. ino men aro "strapping tellows,"
and have for Christian names, Geonre Fox.
Macauley, Cromwell, etc. This may explain
wbv Ihev admire erervtbinr- in Pnnr-o
admitting they do not compehend the govern
ment. Their full dress, leaving something to
uv ucsirco.was completed, and tho laiiiVa.
considering beauty unadorned to be best, have
nevertheless accepted petticoats and other nn.
der-garmcnts. They paint their features over
niucn ; uui u mey remain long in 1'aris, they
iimchiy icani now 10 use lara and rico-powder.
CIIIT CHAT.
The Bnburbs of Fari are infected with ml.
ucrs, anu tne police organize bait tics. wher.
amateurs assist. Some of the robberies ar.
very audacious. Anv man roinrainn. i.nm
late bas a chance of being attacked bythicve!
" " " v wvofc ijwy.c ulj grgunas 01 sus
Picion. In Britain-, a Toun- farm laltnrni-
been condemned to penal scrvitcde for life
he robbed and murdered a noor tinl-pr ti, :
higbway, and could not believe there was aneo
great barm in so dealing with a meobcryf
that profession. '
The most distinguished visitor at present
mium uui iii is ocnor utzai, me Spanish
executioner. Ilia salary is 200 francs a month;
when not following bis ordinary calling, be
acts as a commission agent for the sale of
oranges from tbe Dec dc Montpensicr's
estate.
It is calculated that before sistr
Frenchmen will have so smoked themselves
into degeneracy, that the ladies will bo at the
head of affairs, industrial, financial and ivliii
cal, while their hue bauds steep their senses in
forget fulness and tobacco at the fire side. To
bacco is thus an executioner, and ladies en
courage the assassination by presenting their
lords and lovers with smoking nick naeks. as
cigar case s evre ash pans, tamber mouth I
pieces and other uriiiUtcm inpmro. The eman
cipation of woman by meerschaums and cigars
is an unexpected solution.
Mr. Basset, chemist, claims to have dis
covered a means of producing electricity at a
nominal cost, and boxing it up in accumula
tors witucut any sensible loss, it an that re
true, something like a philosophers' stone
shall have been found.
Av Struck.
A San Francisco paper states that Paul
3eummn Esq., is responsible for the following:
"I was going along tho other evening, when
a savage dog flew out on me, evidently ready
to rend me to pieces. Xow what d'ye suppose
I did?"
"Whipped out your pistol, I presume, and
let fly at him,"
"Xot a bit of it. I simply lifted my hat.
Don't laugh. The dog stopped, looked at me,
growled, and finally crouched back to the
doorstep and began wagging bis tail. I have
dono the same thing over and over again with
the same result,"
"now do you account for the result?"
This is bow I figure it out." said Mr. Neu
mann. "Dogs, in my opinion, think in a
crude way. They see a man, such as I, walk
ing along, say with a plug bat on his bead,
and so forth. To him I present a complete
picture, just as a dog with flapping cars,
swishing tail and four legs presents one equally
complete, ow, mark! Tho four-footed pic
ture cannot, so to speak, disintegrate. No dog j
ever saw another take off bis tail, or lay down
his cars, or throw away one of his hind legs.
This human apparition suddenly begins to
take himself to pieces. Ho lifts off bis bat.
Tbo dog don't know what Is coming next, per
haps, lie begins to think. He is overawed.
Ho meets with a power which is beyond bis
comprehension, and bo succumbs. Jlind you,
this is only my theory, but I have tried it on
several times and I havo always found it to
succeed."
Three men were in an open boat upon the
desert deep. The small stock of bread and
water which they bad managed to throw into
tho boat beforo the good ship went down was
long sinco exhausted, and with parched
throats and hanger gnawing in their hearts,
they lay waiting for death to end their mis
cries. Suddenly appeared upon tbo horizon !
a dingy whito speck; it grew larger and
larger, until it took the unmistakable .
outlines of a ship bearing down upon them
at a fourtecn-knot rate. Ono of the men, with
an energy born of joy at this unexpected de
liverance, raised himself to bis feet and,
swinging bis arms aloft, shouted, "A sail I a
sail 1 " One of bis companions smiled faintly,
while the other began fumbling bis pocket in
a distracted manner, and then cried, "A sale I
Mine gracious I and I don't get no gatalo
qucs I " This man's name was Solomon
Isaacs.
J. D. RAMSAY,
General Grocor
.AM)
Dealer.
Jr'rovisioii
.N.f,7 iioti:i.t. : : i Honolulu.
Goods Delivered to Customer's Rcsi
dcnccs. Tree of Charge.
3 ott ticcdrrtl ex l.tc arrivals, a frch line of
Garden Seeds & Fresh Groceries.
r U ORDERS FILLED WIIH.PROMPTIIESS. -a
0! ISLAND OUDEr.S SOLICITED II
gtntral Jflcrrlmtidiit.
Tfl TTTR FPOWT AfirATN- !
21,. A7--5T,
Contractor & Builder
lfcxs to tiotlfj bis friends anil the iabtlc gcacnllj
that he hit trcctnl a
Fine New Shop
fill tin lot latrlr rwrimlitl liv !! nIH Stinn
dcstrojKi i fire on the morning of the th nlu, oo
KING STREET,
to rwcWe anil ciM-nin
cm 1th prom pin cei.
Mhcre bt win be bapjy
orders tn his (in
Telethon. So 112.
DILLINGHAM & GO
PLOWS
FLOWS 1bIOWS
To Airivo
By th llrnr Jmc from Nt-w York direct and by rail
Dilliugliam Breaking Plow, 3 sizes
Thi I'I.OU" i made trxxlallr for MJ! Alt PLAN
TATION: and iscovcrilby 1 "ATE NT in
thi Hawaiian Kinntlom.
Dillingham Double Funow Plow, 3 sizes
Aluntlxi lall mlatilnl In Niifmv T1 n .! .
Thil PLOW has brrn drtlnl HI. -..J
it if bcllert-d that it will be found superior to anjthlnr
of the Mod yet Introduced Into the market, Corered
6j IMT1.M In the UAITFD STATIW
Dillingham Rice Plows
Entlrclj rt-v ncric made from onr own pattern a to
remedy defect in IJzhtMeel lJf for Ktce culture
eecond plow-In? and Cane cnltiration.
-tntoc rtun a are an miue by the original
John Deere Moline Plow Works.
The rioncrr Wcf lern Plow Manufactory and the
Larjtft Steel flow Works in the world.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS
Kor the I'LOWb of thia manufacture.
A Large Stock of Plows
Of Different Manufacture and Patterns,
Lowest licit OS.
llamma of Different Tatterae.
Cultivators and llorrn Hoes,
Ox Yoke. Iron and Wood ttowa. Ox Chain:
Trace Cbaina, Topcail Chain,
Anneal i-d Kcnce Wire and Maples.
(ihanicd Itirbcd Fence Wire,
Ihffercntlal Pulley Block.
HrdranltcJack.
Hardware for IMaiiiittion Use
Koddci Cuden, Com Mil Ii. Hominy Mills.
Garden and Canal Barrowe,
Studebaker Bros.' Wagons
and Carriages.
OlI ji Speciality
LnbrjcallDSUilt. AltoutjC7l!nderOI!&Conipo.nd,
M-i:it.I,l.lltltlMI CASTOR Oil" "
KEROSENE OIL.
In Qaantitlca to bait.
KEROSENE OH, STOVES
American and English Paints and Oils
Turpentine. Taint and Whitewash BRCM1E&.
VALENTINES' 0 other VARNISHES
lWi:il AMI PAI'KR RAW
Magness-Calcite Fire-proof
Safes and Boxes,
DARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
SlxoH Hardwai'o.
l.N niiiii: vtmiTrv.
Hoiisiiriiisliiiiiilioods
I.A31I-S,. II IMIOJULS, UXTEnii,
nSTETW GOODS!
CONSTANTLY AltMVIXG.
t Y7 W'p mim In I E-rtrn.. , it
Sell at Lowest Possible Figures,
DILLINGHAM A, CO.,
FortStroet
Pioneer" Line
Just Arrived !
Ir-'Dcke of Alfreom," form Utupool,
FOH. !
ONE MILE OF
jght Portable Railway Kails,
10 lb?. p;r lard; and SDlnth coec iUh
Cttrrca, crofUci
AND 10 LIGHT SUGAR CANE WAGONS
lOll THE SAMX!.
.C-This IUUwayls valublc for Animal rower.
AteO FOR SALE
Straight .Slccl RaiW, 14 !! to tlie jard
For l he vorVIti-f Vm.m. jnv- ru t- r. it
war and Joromoiires. the nndrirlrnrd bee to refer to
J. It. ,w :keU. Ej.. of pirckfiIiTiIle, where a line li
now fa fall operation.
F or fa rUcrparUcalart. apply to
W L. GREEN. r
M ACrAKLASK CV
1
Aeeata for Johc Fowler Co.
Tar and Pitch.
S,:.i?..H TAR. KORTII rtniiuxA
IIT41I. TAB UII Rliru vm.i.ii
UnilUM TAIL lot s.,1. bT '
lltOtXXS A CO.
FROM LIVERPOOL.
flfl, II. DAYIE8 it CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
From the Cargoes !
or the
BARK MALLSGATE,
AND
Other recent Vessels
THE roLLOWINU
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
rrints of latest Btjlcs. fast colors ;
BIuo Denims, White Crodon Slicctins
HorrocVs Long Cloths.Brown Liocn Drills
Waterproof TwecJs, Towels & Towclines,
Glass Towels, Tabls Cloths, Jo. Napkins,
Toro Linens, Shawls, Grenadines,
DRESS GOODS, WHITE 4C0L0RD SILKS
Colored Satins. Grass Clotlis,
Artificial Flowers and Feathers
Cotton Handkerchiefs. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Woolra Table Corera, Ool'd Sattoens & Crapct
Tancr. Mixture, lUoe and Gray Flannels,
Victoria Lawns, ltrooks Spool Cotton,
Ijaoo Curtains blao and white;
Check Ualaddtt. Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancy Fluids, IteRalU Shirta, Wool Shirts,
White and Colored Cotton Shirts,
Filot ltecfcrs, India llobber Coats, Capes and
Lcccinpt,
Jlen'a White, Hrown and Colored Half Hose,
Indies Hose, Men's IIady Made Clothing,
Mcu'n HAtA, Ulne and Gray Horse lUankets,
Woolen Blankets, all colors, sizes & weights;
Vchel Carpets, Velvet Kiigs, Velvet
ami Tapestry Door Mats
SADDLERY !
A Toll Assortment of Gents', Lftdies, Girls'
nnd Itoys Saddles,
A few JOCKKY SADDLES,
Dridlcs, Saddle Clotlis, Chamois Skins,
Sugar 11A0S, 20x:iG; Coal HACiS
Filter Press Bags,
Soiticthiii!;Xcw and in Croat Domain!
A ll.n OXVY ItEMAIMMl.
CF TIicec IIAUS art made to Fit Otto'i l'mici, and
arc of lb. right Mae and proper texture.
RICE BAGS AND TWINE,
CALVANIZED-
COMtTJGATED ROOFING
In 6, 7, 9, A 9 ft. length, (21 stujc), Screws at Washer
GALVANIZED KIDGIXG,
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos. I, G, C, 7, and Staples,
uair iron jtncKcis, an sizes;
Ualv Wash Hasins, Galr Garden ltorderincs
and NeltinRs,
Tinned Iron Sanwpans, all sizes;
Tea Kettles, Ileal Japan Iflackinc,
l'ATIX(J ItHJKS,(5AlU)EX TILES
Garden Hollers, Lawn Seats nnd Chairs,
umoreua Manas, Iron bcrnpers.
Hat HooU and Hails, LAWN TKNN1S SETS,
Clothes Baskets, Hand Haslets, Work Baskets
Crockery and Glassware,
Fancy Glavi Flower Stands, Fern Bavketscto.
PORTLAND CEMENT & FIRE BRICKS
Fire Clay, Whitinci Chalk, Yellow Ochre,
Roollns Slates
Liverpool nnd Hock Salt,
ZINCS. PAINTS AND BOILED OILS
Worcester Sanee and Groceries,
EiiglMi, American A: Hawaiian Flags
3, 5, and 7 yards lengths.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS
Admiralty Test sizes: , Jf, f( nnd M0;
Powell Lufiryn Steam Coa!
KTATIOXEKY, IHON I1EDSTEADS,
ENGLISH LIUTUEU liELTINO, 3 to II;
FLO OR OILCLOTHS
STEEL iRJCLS,
IMt. Lenstlit; 1Mb. and 181b. per Yard.
Fish Plates, Bolts and Nuts,
ItAll.ltotll N1-3U19. TO .MATCH
ONE SIX HORSE-POWER
PORTABLE ENGINE
ALSO, ONE THItEE HOUSE-DOWER
VERTICAL ENGINE
&c. &c! &c. &c.
t5 T1IEO. II. DA VIES i t'O
general JJJrrtJiandisr.
E. O. Hall & Son
!i:ai.ijs ix
Hall'sSteelPlows
I'attln-rremStolSlncbecrnide for Hero lj
tbe Mollno Plow Co.
AGETCULTUliAL
IMPLEMENTS
Of crcrj detcrlptlon needed on Ihett Ulands.
C O(Ui SXOVJES
AMI
RANGES
OF ALL SIZES
KITCHEN AND HOUSEHOLD ITTENSDJS-of
all kinds;
PAINTS AND OILS-of all kinds;
LDBIliaiTINO OILS-bcst stock in the market;
ktltOSENE OIL Domer's, Noonday Lnstral
SILVElt PLATED WAIlE-from Iteed A lUrton:
NjLiu aiLV Eli WAKE-fromtha Gotham Co.
POWDERS-all kinds, from Cala. Powler Works
CARRIAGE AND MACHINE BOLTS-allsize.;
HARDWARE
A Splendid Aasortmcitti
LEATHEK Of All Hescrintions:
C7OarGootl..reof the beit aulltr: ... .
forcatksanal.srsanr. ferputleii!ar..enrn
caMoawrt aid FlilE.NDS to 0U lW CESCHIPrnf
c.llon, or cl a.d eunl.eo.rSpl.adld Slock of Good
l uuh WAREROOMS. coraerof Ton aaa
Klas Strrcti, Uop.lili. n
f ( aT OfKrt.
v a n v i 4i i . i
Wew Goods by Iate Arrivals
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
Received by Castle & Cooke
ALSO, TO ARRIVE BY VESSELS DUE FROM ABOVE PORTS. AND
To Soxi AT IiOWISST 15 ATI N
GOODS
Suitable for Plantations, Country Stores
Or FAMILIES. Orders Filled at Siiortol Xoliioantl with Satis
faction lo 1'iircliasers. Attention is Called to Our
Improved Paris J? L Ol"W
T11U ONLY OENL'INE.l'AUIS VLOW, LPE lit 1'OLIMIED CAST STEEL, nJ (.auintcul
Kinal,ir not Better, than arjr Mi el Ur nkin Ilow U tbe Marktt. Alto, other male of
l'lowa on Hitiil of Moline Tluw Co Joua Ucvre Jt Co Ae. Huts I1ow,
llorvellocf l'Ubrt Jr. Cane Kultrf, made of bttitceltooarnnIer; IMantctV Ilors.u, l.Sn4 3- Sen&Fk
bnnthe, Ate nd rick MattocVs. ck. Ho. Adze. O-o. Axv and other bandlei ; lUIdwtn. d Cnttei.
Lent her llcltln?, S to U .tcb, hct qnatity ; India Rubber llow, l4 i. 1. Ik. lii and 2 incb . Ox Yoke
Ox Uowt, Axles, forliors and male cart-, I'urtaltle Forsct. EaUt Anvil, L'anal lUrrowa.
oAretone and Aebcstos Hiram 1'atlins. lie t llat India Hub 1m-r Meant racking, H l" U Incb
ltabbct Metal, Laci leather and Lacing?, India Kabber Steam Tackta. ruundaud tnnkrf,aIUIe
Atbcttos Boiler Cocrtn and btcsm l'i,)f do.. Machinery Uil lard, caator and cylinder. ZCrala Foot OfL
DISSTON'S CELEBRATED SAWS AND FILES, ALL SIZES;
Spear A Jacfcpon and Stnbl Hlca. Hammer for Carpenter, MtchlnUU, RlacknmitlDi llorakom.
Cotand Vronht J.'Ml,Uitci: Horse and Mnle blioo NalU,(ialT Xa41,CatbL(j,IItr JtJ4jtoei
Latest Improvements in Shelf Hardware
HnbburtL'sIt LOiUat Very Low ltatea; ItnbncL'a White and It-dLcad. Zinc. 9null Talnti 1 OIL
Ittake Slannfaetnrlns Co bteitm Feed. Irriffatin and Vacuum lumne, Wcton l'atest Centrifniralal
Uarocd Wire, Wain Fcndn- Wire, Galvanized Itoofln-. 1 rai vcnmroealai
STAPLE! 3D DR-"5T Gr O O D S!
Denim?, 8 anil 9 oz; Tlcklnn, A C A ; U end n Dlcacbed ami Unbleached Cottons. Tint la Diaper
r.rown and 151 cached Drills, Linen hheetlnc, MoKinlto Lace Net, Blue and bcarletFUnael.
A Fine Aortmtnt of White Flanclf . AUo,
STAPLE GROCERIES, Golden Gate, Star it Superfine Flour
Columbia IUtct Salmon. 11a yo Ueans. Also, California Line Portland and Hydraulic Cement,
For Kerosene Oil We Offer THE PAXACE, and Guarantee
it cannot be beat for quality or price; also, THE
VULCAN, a good oil and above test:
WOODWARD & BROWN'S CELEBRATED PIANOS!
Tho Cheapest (iooil Tinno; New Haun Organ Co.s l'arlor Organs;
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN, J, T.
?3 Merchant btn-tt, Honolulu, II. U
REAL ESTATE BROKER
EMPLOYMENT MIWST
And General Business Oflicc.
Houcs anil Land
Leased ami hold;
In All Tarts of lltU Kindum
Rooms to iti:T TiiiMiniiimr iit.
I.I 1.U AMM'1K1ILS. LandlordiandUvn
era of Homes and Ileal emate will bear In mind that 1
Itroker on tho ifind and it will Imi to your tutcrcn to
place yonr Land. Tenement! and Hoonis into my bands
Particular attention siren to iroenrin Ttrmlblu
Tenanti; foil charge taken of l'mjicrty for abventeea;
Immance, Ki'.atre.Taxcsand Water Araettmcnta at-
icnuea 10.
LOANS NEGOTIATED
roKALL,sKi:Kixnvoi:K ox tiu:m:is
la.Mis.
Asrciitaand Mananra of Plantations. i;hlMinr aim-
err, and Tradesmen, and all rmiiluycrs nbo deire
care Tut attention to their business, would do well to
noiuy me wnen Tacancict exist.
HOMES AND EMPLOYMENT.
Onr friends abroad who contemplate visiting or ml
dins permanently on tho Inlands will Sod It ttdraota
ceousioineircomionsiocuiion me, on ineir arrival
iiurcirtri ineir iuiuro; ana (aoso ucsinn); employ
ment will bo likewise provided.
GENERAL OFFICE WORK
Of every dctcrf rtlon attended to. liills collected, 1-1
papers of all kinds drawn, Itooks and Accounts kfjt
situ fuiihh-u, uuu taiv labiu i sut.a, iau iui'-n ii vi an
my customers.
Ilavin" neatly arranged tnymw offln iL nartnu n(- in
the new Fire-proof Uriik l.iilidin adjoin tic the new
"Gazette edifice, lam folly preitared to meet mote
extenstre demands In bnsim "8 than hcn.toforr. and
vitti my enlarged facilltiis 1 Invito the patnasi-i. of
cltlxrns on the other lclands to make th-ir purcnatra
in Honolaln throusb me, entrant reins ts;i allordi rs
Close attention, and to rurcbaseaa andtviry kiud t.f
uivivuauuivc sonuieo. iirocanncint same on iih ih
markeublo terms the city aiTonTj.
Sollcitinf; Agent for iho
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM'PY
OP TV -WW YOllll.
JSrAcknowled-cd to be thi Lar- t Safel und i.iot
ecn re Life Insurance Company in the world. Set
B. X. C1BTEB.
i r. giuuix.
S. M. CARTER AND COIVIP'V
&! Kins tt.t Honolulu, II. I , IUU11 Deal .
Firewood Coal and Feed.
We would notifTlhr nnliltr ondW.-lmf. fn
ttcnlar, that we keep on hand and for pal la qmm
lltl'itotnltpniThaarra and at lowest ralea- FueJ as
,u"""": nam n m noodi. cut any lenetlio , Cbu
C Ltrcoak N.iS.V, cw cattle Cnalr, Scotch t. B.
and the Cckbrvtcd AVclliugU-n Mine
Departure Itay Coal; also
Claeksmlths' Coal
The alMre ran lr nrili-rnl tiV tt).nlni. ... .il..wl..'
and immedlatt. delivery cuaranu-cd.
GIVE US A CALL I
Telephone No. 305.
l.WITUS I.SM'LtTlON III' THE
Following Goods Just Received
i:x i.ati: .nniVAiii
Black French Merinos,
Ladle1 and Rent's I'mbrttl,
Linen .bertlnc- 'Ine Sine.
Ladies' and Gent's llosirrr.
KmbroldcrcdClotn Table Lovers
Ladies & Gent's Underwear,
Woolen & Cotton Shirts,
LAKtli: ANSI) It f 71 CAT OI J
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
U1TI1ST vi.km
Wool Drcfcs fiooris.
Ladiea' Hals, trimmed andnitrlmmed;
iHtrtch reathers,
Eding-s and Insertions,
a i i.m; lot or
SCOTCH TWEEDS,
New Designed Prints,
.nd a Otat Vulnr ot boll
English and American Goods
TOII .MJIMllll'STUJIUTIVSt
" ALUtt KEEP IX SCoa
Hay and Oats,
California and New Zealand ;
lUrlcy, S hole and Orcnnd ; WUat,
XST Order tbo aboro tLnmRU
TELEVHON E NO. flOS,
and wo warrant quick dtlirern, and ftll wtfaht
FUSE DELIVERY
to all parts of the dtj. lEcmembv
82 KinB Strre t. and T.l.phon. No Ih7
93.TU
SALAMANDER FELTING
.rnn
Covering Boilers, Steam Pipes
Saves 20 per Cent, of Fuel.
PRICE REDUCED TO S7.50 BBL.
38Ir THEO-H-DAV"ES i Co,.
Arcnts
Stool rtialis
FOR
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
Railways !
IS ft, lemrthi! 14 It.. .t.
JittmclTCdpn-'OalE, fil,T,
from LireriHiai
WApplyto w l. GKEES. or
- a. vq
S. M. CARTER & Co.,
llAYIMi 1IOIU1IT Till:
LEGAL TENDER QUARRY
- .iu: fin iMitni ti
Furnish Stone
i on
Building Purposes,
.tsii
BALLAST for SHIPS
ALSO .
BEACH AND BLACK SAND
DUMP CARTS
Alwajr on hand to 111 ortlrr. it on aotit. ui
ni:.m:ini:RTiit:si'ini:B!
OB ISLNCr
rr Telephono 3Q5.-W ''
A. A. MONTANO
PHOTOGRAPHBE,
Cor. Fort and KlngSts.
Ihtre to inform bis auerour Mends and
tbe pnblic ccocrally taat b
Reduced the Prices of Photupaffe.
Wllcli fn hi,!,.. QiuIIIt t4 TlakU tot M
txreltai. In. Lockrt 14 Utc .liol.fvrfy
I'll. A Splendid jtmrtnnl of
NEW PHOTO FRAMES
m Silk, SaUn, Tlasb, Leatbtr, c. f U
Mrlca. AUo. a Lar-e CoItecUo (
ISLAND VIEWS
- IXC1XD1XO THE ...
Volcano, Lara Plows.
.srjlll).as4nnunMt..
. . Gnnp. rf Hi.attat
la Ancient BSd mmlrra Ctutaatf.
No. 7 l'ort Street. Opposite E.O.HH
UVJ k. Don . ou.

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