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CONSIGNMENTS OF ,iADDY SOLICITED.
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Have Received a Full line of tlie Favorite
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Worka in tin wurld. We lire Ac autfor Una Alauuiictorr. Approml ivk of
Cultivators, Horse Hoes, & Harrows,
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Plantation Tools, nil kinds ;
f IDiflcrcntial Pulley Blocks,
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Lubricating Oils, Turpentine. Kerosene Oils
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S.n Francisco In. URtty ner.
6.7W.0H; po.1.1 ara.,
683.M5; locI letter., a,lN,Mii!iotm. r;
1,031,111. riecti hindled, 31,M,03I;
on leal ro.Ur,$M,723 Jl, -
STmentoliMCTencmer. MmI delir.
42501; rUl ord., ,S'8;
lool letter., M,IS7j loci ro.Ul eard..36,5j
recUlered letter., 2.5M; eTTp.r. 360,515.
Collected-letter., 3J3.761; ro..'.' !rf. ""
617, rrerprra. Piece lundled,
1367,702; per earner, 195,373; cot ft .erricr,
S55,7f.0.M pcf r'. 1J railf! Percrner
S7Mi.7: potee on lool milter, ,l:C.I2.
Lo Ancelc. liit ix cirrieri. Mil delir.
32139; r"l "rd 086;
lout letters, 15,410; loctl po'I " I5.S37;
rcci.lcred leture, 1.109s oew.pper., 232.9S7.
new.iupcn, 25,929. Tiocm hindled,
1,010,7:1; per carrier, M3.I55; coit ol urncc,
02, TKtce on local matter, $2,029 to.
OaVland liaa Iwclre camera. Mail
102,762; pmUlcart., 173,939;
kcal letter., l,IG2,531;locilpo.lal card., 1.0,-717;
rejialered letter., 3,610; ne.paper, 610
60s 719,191; poatalc.rda,
10l,7cl; netrepapcra, 124,356. riecea handled,
3,55l,50; per carrier; 210,221; coat of .erticc,
910,027.79; pe piece, 2.S mill.; rr carrier,
5!5,r,5; Htacoii local matter, 1,73.90.
Tlie rejKrrt alo ahuira an increase of fire
cilieri iii the free poslofficcl, tl 210
re carriers than the preceding jcar. The
whr.le nnmherof piece handled IrT carrier
1,51051,117, an of 215,-910,110.
or 10J percent. Oiicago come. next
toXe JTorlt in tho nnmber of piece, handled.
An E&elial. SUor'a Tribavt. to Yamkoo
Dana -was tho first man to look at the
sea life as a real thing, and to make tho
world know it as a real thing. America
should bo proud of that triumphant book,
" Two Years Before the MasL" AVc are a
great maritimo people : the oceans of the
world am onr jealm, and every billow that
rolls from north to south, from cast to
west, carries a British interest along its
liquid path. Is it not wonderful that we
should have waited for a Yankee ttudent
to show na how to write a book that should
lie true to the sailor, troo to the ship ho
sails in, true to tho deep ho navigates?
For my part, I heartily begrudge Boston
lor nor lamous yamcr, anu lor uie
of this country could wish that his
grand sea picture had tho Union Jack
hanging over it instead of the Eagle that
is perched at all times upon its frame.
The difference between Two Years Before
tho JIast" and most of the nautical
novels which havo been written on this
side the Atlantic is tho difference between
the marine drama, as we are accustomed
to witness it in London and provincial
theatres, and the calling it caricatures.
Dana's book is a solid fact from beginning
to end not one jot more o because it
forms a collection of his cipericnces when
at sea.'than because of the Jnperb sailor-like
spirit, the exquisite accuracy and the
great hearted eympatby that every page
is full of. " I vowed," he says, after de
Mribing tho flogging on board the Pilgrim.
I vow that if God should ever
givo me the means I would do something
to rodrirts tho rrievances and relieve the
sufferings of that class , of beings with
whom," my lot has so Jong been cast.'' He
could not have'gone'to work more effectually
than by writing " Two Years Before
tho Masf It was time that somebody
showed the public down into the merchnnt
ship's forecastle, pointed to the bunks in
which tho sailors sleep, tho dripping car-lings,
tho evil smelling slush lamp, the
water splaihinc Ihrourh the scuttle, tho
poor clothes of the heavily worked men,
the infamous food and vile water on which
they subsisted. It was time, I say. Ko
landsman could guess the truth, and those
who had suffered, who could speak of the
horrors of scurvy from darkness and damp,
and fare such as a hog might disdain,
were ignorant and nnablo to put their
story before the world. But then comes
Dana, a fine genius, full of spirit. lie
shipiiod as a foremost hand in a little brig
bound round Cape Horn to tho "Western
American coast, arid he spent three years
of his life among. sailors, working with
them, suffering with them, taking their
few pleasures wiUt them. IVo are used to
his book now, and since his time plenty of
interest has been taken in tho merchant
service; but I sometimes Hunk that an
amazement must have been ex
cited among those of the public who cared
for sea yams when Two Years Before the
jiasi was nrsi puuuneu. uy wnat magic
Dana absorbs the attention of his rend
ers by a plain, unvarnished narrative of
forecastle life in a little brig? But that
was not quite it How did it happen. I
dare say people wanted to know, that
these poor sailors who so deeply interest
od them in Dana's work were so utterly
unlike the mariners they had been aecus
tomed to read about since tho davs of
Smollett "Where was the Saturday night
larking where the cans of grog? the
"wives and swoetbeartii',the dancing on
the main deck? tho gay uniforms, the
handsome middies, the sen battles tho
lovely heroines, and all tho rest of the well
known stuff? Insteadf this they found
a brutal, course mouthed skipper, a couple
of mates ngther handsomo nor
w. ouu lurworu no imju cuuecuun ui ruuo
and rough figures in Scotch caps and old
shirts. There was no heroine, there was
no fighting, there was nothing more spirited
in the w ay of diversion than a f andan
go at Santa Barbara; but there was the
best of all thircs in this world truth.
Because of it tho book went straight home
to the heart, and inasmuch as that it is as
true m thixmain ol nio on board shin to
day as it was when written forty-five
years ago, there can be no excuse for any
one desirous to 'write for or against the
sailor not to "Very -fairly understand -the
nature and duties of Mercantile Tack's life
while "Two lears Before tho Mast" re
mains in prints IT. C&irl Hindi in Ike
The atenocTBpher is rapidly 'beta
ceeueii vj mo jen are two
clumsy to acauire creat facility at this
tort of work, and it seems especially suited
to women, xne aavantage wmen it possesses
over tho older fashion is that tho
work is finished when I the operator has
reached the end. A largo element of uncertainty
enters into lifo when one employs
a stenographer. AVith tho type-
"Writlng irls U ;3 different. As" H rule
Uiey are busy copying supremo court
papers ..whichyliy the way, they lay aside
wiuioiu uiesngutest regret, anu uiey
only peoplo who look with
contempt uponlhc supremo court, and
once to prepare for work.
longest part l it After
a few general remarks aliout the- weather,
adierremoveti her rings one after the other,
looks at them carefully, places them in an in
orderly row lieside the typo-writer, pulls a
hair pin out of the forward part of her
bang,examine itTtuid thrusts it with
belligerence into the back of
her head. Then she vawns prodigiously
leans back in her chaii) and says, aho is
ready. AVhcn you begin she suddenly
.rises fromihe mne hine,. goes . to a
the ashstariiL' tors with the faucets for a
Iuwauinntytoriche the ends of
irers to the towel, then comes back bv way
of the mirror. I have become convinced
by long cipcncnce that the average a
male type-writer never really cares tol
-. . ... . .. . . A .0. M...BMU'CUUW.
fare for tho numoso of aCToruini? Lpr an
ojiortuDity to look in tlie mirror. She
rrtnrns, throws herwlf carelessly in the
chair, and briskly puts a heet of paier
iuuj ui tuaciune. uone nil?, sue
withdraws theDunor. tarns It arotind. and
Kttsjt in that way. JThia, iafca pystaaJ
57 nevtf depart from under any circuinW
Burners, .pnoisnotyraayrt, howevpr. tlie
I At this point It becomes necessarr to open in
a small drawer at the right-hand tside of
the type-writer, fih out a more or less the
showy purse, glance critically and be
sadly within, throwing the purse
Kick aiD,jd brinr forth .an ink eraser.
a rubber i fruit knife and a' half eaten red
apple or peach. Some one will probably
interrupt her for a quiet chat, and rafter face
t3iat,lif youaarp sun tlior, jou irill be I
Once jinaCT iniyr an I jj
expert type-writer in (nil j as fast to tht' JC
aamnair niTiotTranhcr. and when von havo
finished dictating yon may take the
away with yon. I hare obserod
one pewiliarity about the female hand-writer.
She never make a mistake. It
is always the machine. If h rmtn sixteen
vowels in the word "ihroueb," she
first hits the keyboard violently, then
raises the roof of the strncture, pokes at
the type with her first finger, indulges in
pome airy criticisms of tho manufacture,
brings the whole thing together violently
again, and continues to make the most
grievous and absurd errors with a faco of
utter satisfaction and nnruffled high
spirits, She eventually marries the managing
clerk of tho law office. ZTrooly
How to Remove Scr
Scars are always unsightly, and are often
painfnl or inconvenient, on account of
their propensity to contract as they become
older. Dr. "Vark, of ew York, asserts
that they may be removed by manipulation,
which he directs to be employed
as follows: Place the ends of two or three
fingers on a scar if it be a small on and
on the margin if it bo large, and vibrate
the surface on the tissues beneath. The
surface ibJf i not to be cubjectod to any
friction: all the motion most le between
the integument and the deeper parts The
location of the vibratile motion should bo
changed every 10 or 15 seconds iintil tho
whole scar has been treated, if it bo of
moderate size. If the scar bo tho result
of a large scald or burn, the margins only
should Tie treated at first: the advances
toward tho center should be deferred until
the nutrition of bc margins has been
decidely improved. Only a little Jreqt
ment shonld le applied to any one snot at
the same timp. but the vibrations should
lw repeated as many as 20 times n day,
bnt never with: snfiicient frequency or
severity to can) jain. If tho scar becomes
irritable, snpend treatment nntil it
sulttidei. Inthoconrso of two or three
weeks of faithful treatment, tljo surfaces
of tlie tears of moderate size becomes nioro
movable, and will begin to form wrinkles
like trno skin, when presod from side to
side. All these changes are due to im
roved nutrition, consequent on better
E lood circulation the development of entirely
new sets of blood vessels in the
tissue. A", y. San.
The Indian Wr.
A minister residing in a (own in Indiana,
as hurriedly sent for one day to conduct tho
t crriccfl over the remains of a farmer to to
buried from his homo in the country. In tlio
harry and excitement, added to tlie fact that
his baccy hroko down on tbe trip, the jjooa
man arrived at the last moment. Without
holding auy conversation wiib friends of the
deceased, no lead in singing a hymn, and then
"Death comes to all. Though the deceased
waa stricken down in tho bloom of life, she"
"It was the old map," whispered ono of the
friends at the minister a elbow.
"Although in tho prime of life, he Lncw that
death was liable to como at1
"He wasn't in his prime, but was "0 years
old," wliiejcrcd the friend.
"Although he was an old rnnn," resumed
the clcrcyman, aftrr svalloning a tamp in his
throat, "he will be greatly missed by ajarge
circle of friends and relations. Death
"Didn't have a friend or relation except 1I10
old woman," put in tho man.
"Although, as 1 said, ho may not bo missed
in his home," said tho. now thoroughly
minister, "his church will sadly
realize tho vacancy. lie joined the Baptist
Church at an early"
"Always trained titli the Method iti.it,"
whiepcred tbf friend.
"lie joined tho Methodist Chiinli years ago,
and has always lccn an en"
"Only joined last winter!"
"lie was a gentleman," observed the clergyman,
with great effort. "He died fall of faith
"lie isn't dead at all ho only in a trance!"
yelled one of tho crowd nearest tho coffin, and
tlie next moircnt too oia man sat up, lookca
around for a minute and then called out:
"Must be mirrhty near lime to feed them hozs;
somebody gimme my breeches and boots.1
A XJarline Doctor.
"There is a big difference in doctors, I (ell
you, said an old-time cprucc street uoctor to
me tlie otuer uay. ion tninK you Know something
about 'cm, but you are still in tho fluff
and bloom and kindcrcartcn of life. Wait till
ron've been thrcadi what I have."
vi tiere, tor instance: aiicca uim.
'Well. Bar nothing about anything else, just
look at tho doctors we had in tho war. .. c
had a doctor in our regiment that looked as if
he knew so macli thai it maue turn unnapny
I found out afterward that he ran a kind of
cow lonndling asylum in Ltau uciore me war.
and when he had to prescribe for a human be
lt seemed to kind of rattle him.
I fell ofifn my horse carls in tho campaiirn
and broke my leg, I rickolcct, and he set the
bone, lie thought that a bone should be set
similar to a hen. He mado what he called a
good splice, but tho break was above the knee,
and he got the cow idea into his head in a way
that set the knee lhat was bad.
"I told him ono day lhat he was a blamed
fool. Ue gave me a cigar, and told mo I most
be a mind reader.
"For several weeks our colonel couldn't eat
anything, and seemed to feel kind or bilious.
He didn't know what tho trouble was until ho
went to the doctor. He looked at tho colonel
a few moments, examined his tongue-, and fold
him right off that he had lost his cud.
"This doctor was always telling Ins triumphs
In surgery. Ho did save a good many lives,
too, toward tho close of the war. He did it in
an odd way too.
"He had about one moro year to serve and,
with his doctoring on ono side and tho hostility
of the enemy on the other, our regiment was
wore dow n to about 500 men. Kvcrvbody said
wo couldn't stand it moro lh.m mutlicr year.
One day however, the doctor had just meas
ured a man lor a porus piaster, ana uaa iaiu
the stub of his cigar carefully down on tho top
of a red powder keg, when there was a slight
atmosDhcric disturbance, the smell of burnt
clothes, and our regiment had to apply for a
lho wife ol our late surccon wrote to nave
her husband's remains forwarded to her, but I
told her it would bo very difficult to do so,
owiDz to the nataro of the accident. I said
however, that we had found an upper set ot
store teeth imbedded in a palmetto treo near
by, and had buried them with military honors,
erecting over tho gravo a largo hoard on which
was inscribed the name aud age of the deceased
and this inscription:
"Not dead, but spontaneously distributed.
Gone to meet his glorified ihrong of patients.
Ta, ta, rain world. Phila. roper.
The witty ri.U3rapber and tbc fanny man
of tie new e pa pen bare recently itrnck a new
lead in recounting Hie amusing mistakes winch
may occur by operators giving tho wrong party
to a subscriber, or switching off some ono
who has begun a conversation aod connecting
him with others wjjoarc talking.
A sample story is about a customer who
rang up his botcher to inquire what he had
in the laat sausage sold him. Before the
utclicr coo Id rcfpotid the operator disconnected
him, and tbc customer waa lei into a conversation
between two men abouta well winch
bad just been cleaned, and tho ono who was
talking was relating what be had found in it.
Tbe customer only heard "two dead cats, three
rats, and " when he threw down tho telephone
in horror, and tho agonies of a cholera
patient were endured brhira for tho next hour.
Another tells of bow a voung lady was shock
ed by having, unknown to hcr.a butcher boy's
account of the slaughtering of a calf switched
opon a Young man's description of a
in which a mutual 3 oung lady friend was
concerned. I11 the midst of tho account the
Udr listener beard a hoarse voice say, "I then
est her throat, grabbed her by tho leg, and'
aud a dead swoon presented her hearing tho
A mistake not exactly of this kind, but still
pretty good sample of amusing errors which
may occur, rcjtoi ted from tho office of a gentle
man m Honolulu, and as its troth is 0ucl1cd
for, it is additionally interesting. A young
business man rang np, caiuog tor a gentleman
friend. The operator mistook the number, and
lady's voice answered, ' Hello, what do you
"Well, ho arc vou'
"Vou're too old. I want 17."
Beamtifnl Autumn Xa.Te.
"Beautiful leaves of the dying year," Amelia
murmured, pressing them tenderly to her
lipa : "glamour of crimson and "got J, dream of
sleeping autumn. .na men sue gsuierea
a few more bright clusters of rlma toxtcod.
eWtw., and went home and pressed them in
Bible and dictionary, where they wouldn't
disturbed for two months. And the next
mo.n.t.r one of her eyes was shot and the
other was d using, her nose waa as big as a pear.
a a new wagon, anu auining like a pee leu
onion, her cheeks were mottled, and Ler hole
looked like the glamour of an autumn
hilUide on a boiTah." t
- yn JOV woilK EXECUTED IN
ue ncatm rtjit. n at UAZITTEOFflCE.
G. BREWER k GO.
JUST EECETVED !
Wiilcli Trill be Sold at
LOW RATES !
HOC WATER WHITE; rATEXT Noajle Can'.
LARD, in 5 & 10 lb. TAILS
i.v ami case..
Tar and Pitch,
In Casks for Family Use.
Fairbanks Pl.illbni) Sualos,
ASH OARS, 16. 17, 18 H
A Choice Selection of
ITwv Styles of Carriages,
EASTERN MADE OX CARTS
C. BREWER & COMPANY
Superior Ginger Beer. 10c. per bottle
Donnolly's Root Beer, . 10c. per bottle
Donnolly's Spruce Beer, 10c. per bottle
Thw Itrrfn arr lln moel ilciani aur) bralthiert
Irrtrijr known. clcnf andpartrf tho blond,
wfalcb them not nljran rzrrllmt drink bat
jtmhI for Irvatid. aud ill more readily quench tblrit
wltboat protlDcin dj ilclctrttout cffctls.
Candies ! Candies !
Home raadr t,rrami and I'aramrla, all Mrlcllf
trth dttlr. Fltirft rflrctlon of Immrt( Candles.
C'liiM'a Crlibratrd ltotn Lorm?. flwwt aromatic
(nalilr tn ihr markH Nl TS and
Smoko! Smoko ! Smoko!
M Manila an lb lrtl In town romi and jnilr for
Mnican iiTnano iiwzw a crjeoriiea
Cnrpeir alTVT on hand Cbewint; and
MnoklncTolMtrft, riit foil and pln Ml rarirtlrs, of
at tht Km ntafn
w .u Robert Donnolly.
FOR THE COMPLEXION I
Tins i:iai:oANT UIIPAUATIOX
Ulh. inT l'ft IfFPfTIlKAirriKIKlt KNOWS.
It la Pnr and Harmlro. IMizbtfal in ila Amplication
and wondcrfnlln it KGtxtn mblle tlieelofCsl ffrtillny
taitf to dolt-ct Itf ik iv
H COWMAN Chrmltl.
tf F-Ul SAI.K BY Oakland. Lai
HOLLISTER & Co.
Irish Damask !
We Have Just Received
A VEltT FIXE AhWIiaMKNT of
Irish Double Damask.
DIRECT FROM -
- COXSIJjTINO or .
1 ' i. . 1 , r .'.-. .r ii.i.i;Tiblil '
Theae LINENS are tho FINEST Erer
Imported to this Market, and we Invite
onr Friends to give them an Inspection
LOVEJOY & CO.;
No. 15 Nnnann St, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS & JOBBERS
Wines and Liquqns
Offer For Sale 1 '
At the Lowest Prices
a FILL JtXD CHOICE
Assortment of all, Desirable .Goods?
All the Well-known Bnrada or
ALE, BEER & PORTER
Constantly Kept in .Stock.
XV Otdcis from tbe other ItliBtU protnptlr ai
nded to and Good packed let ihiciv sl
TELEPHONE 308. P. 0. BOX 137.
a Pioneer" Line
Arrival of the Iron Ships
and " Clan Grant."
Have Beosivcd by these Vessels
And other Late Arrivals,
the Following :
An Asst. of Dry Goods
CONSISTING IN 1'AUT OF
HorrocfcfS Long Cloths and other branil. of
bite Cottooa, Unbleached Cutto&ft,
Print, new sty Im, taut colors
luoacueu ana Urowq uotfonxti to lu qai
llrown Linen Drills, White Linen Dues,
Cnntn Canrats Hlk fc Cld French Merinos, all
arnilra: TweerLl, Grey, IHaa anJ
A LAKGE ASST. OF DKESS OOOUS. SILKS,
KatioH. Silk Itibbotm, Wlvet,
Vnion and Cotton I.Wadcm, Uotn nnd Cotton
Handkerchief , White and Oilored HairU,
MennO Undershrrt anil Drawers,
Idt&3 lTndrweir,'Unen and Cotton Towels,
AH qualities and styles i Victoria Lawpa.
Vbite Uoloskin, Check Moteakia,
ItoiU Lnoo EdginRi and Insertion.,
Brook' 30Q jda, Hpool Cotton, Coatea' 100 yd.
Hnool Cotton, licking. Bine Denims,
Mosqaito Nfttinp, t0 inch;
Rubber Coats & Leggings
All tiizes, "Weights, Qaalitics and Colors ,
Velvet & Tapestry,
Rugs and Slats,
A FEW OP TUENEW STYLE
merchant Canvas !
Filter Press Bags 22 x 36
We make this one of oar Specialties nnd
hare a Fall Stock of
Sugar, Rice&Coal Bags
Whtch we are selling at IJotlora Prices.
3 db Sply Tvsrxxe
ENGLISH. HAWAIIAN, AND
3, fi, nnd 7 yard ;
Extra Heary, Assorted Widths ;
Ladies' & Gent's Saddles
A complete lino which wo aro Belling
Cheaper than Ercr.
Tea Kettles & Sauce Pans
Assorted Sizes ; do Fry Vans,
Butcher Knives, Knives & Forks,
Tin Plate, Sheet Lead,
Galvanized Water Pipe, : to - in.
WHITE LEAD, various qualities;
BOILED OIL, TURPENTINE
SI Gaae, C. 7,8 and 9 ft. Lengths ; Galr.
Screws and Washer. Galr. ItidRinc.
Yellow Sheathing Metal, and Nails
Annealed Fence Wire, Fence Staples,
mre rianumrus anu Arcnea,
With Fisb l'lalcs. ISolls ana Spites,
Fire Clay, Flro Bricks,
Both Square and arch ;
Lump Rock Salt,
3 to 12 inch uiJlhs;
AX ASSOltritENT OF
WorecsteMlj.ro Saoce, Frnita, JrirufsCJream Tartar,
Soda, Spices, Etc, Etc., Etc.
We haTe alw jnst receiTcd an assL of !
Bleached & Brown Cottons
27 to SO inches wide :
Fancy J'rints, IHao Denims,
Ouiton Flannels, Mena, Women's and
ChilJrens JtooU and bkoes, sizes and
Styles adapted to this market;
A LAUGE FKESII AfSOnTSIENT OF
Crockery nnd Glassvarc, Oo., Ficl., hborc Is,
Plantation and Mechanics' Tools
HOBBY A CO .
I and 6 II T
ONE SPLENDID PIANO,
UY KUIX6MBAD A SON:-
GorsAc's rkiqp, two qualities, lo boxes of I'l lUrs
and GO lUr.,
Best Welsh Steam Coal
COKE, FLOOIUNG TILES,
IQV't Ac, Ac. Ac.
LAINE & CO.
haw. a i..iiu.i;.sr(HK or tiik
Hay, Grain, &c.
H'llIOII 1:4 OFFERE1I AT THE
Lowest 'Market Prices
l0 0EIUE8ED mEE TO 1 PHT OF THE CHI
acut nut tiii:
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Agentj for the "HOOVER TELEPHONE."
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
ft TELEFUOSB XO 147. irai u
BUI, SMITH i GO.,
Mo. I I3&M 15 FvORT STREET
DEPOT l-Oll EOERICKE t SCHEEtKE
T E! 3EH XJ JUL m S
AXD THE .
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
CO Gcjlxt Srarrr.
r CoDr2acted by Qana4 rrrw o4
K? 3rJ.8irTb' oisnt in ta rmtM Bute -. r
ff3r.bae unvusa urxararaL perfect mrt&od Wilis'
I lflr IHdWrH. Mwolllav rihaUlucU.M.Hil
Haalh. Tin inal ttmmt lal
- ; m enbiicaieQ othu tarn ijncu jot iu
leaiakliraadrxprrlrBtre.eonslt Ui O-J Enrop? ao rhyikUa I
am WtaDlnoKiTTDlet)ttoTiMitHtrfi'trMtaicat.niadiK I
I tm Brii4tiiii itiKat am titinkaui wtvt
rlaaofU!M.ra iialBa'rrataktll.adpbytctrraUireDcb(at I
I Hr t cant- Tta Unrtor'B Are
rl a n
". iMtM 2MI la B9 nVtraTUI.
I cefaUy trratrd, The lxrlor
atCKV nauvriasKrn. oonjun?it
A.m.id r. aau. uiBrirninrii
rwmiiu.'iiiuiiiubw "r "
wan id nrrrrs. airruKinrm
i ai.ct(iwii 1 Itnovian
I ia, nawttWI.IWWf
, rtlt M ll(anMI.
fiut Furcco. Cal
tmak Banuautl r rund ua) a
rtm abi wbol auntlrm to I
and XUpcUenc max his I
..b.laaa .... . I
L13V a.. MJIK"' a aia.3 Men
viirwmn iiours ximujinm
ranujrh " miodij. m
T"j t ....-
uiu muinn, nirvn n m
! jiafnMat trmmm p.i.wa. T.PumniTMiii
I. mtUlmmi (rt mi fmtt CJl l aUrM
lic Die DficiattT.aowTauLtr.Ci.
r. Dukes &; Son,
FOR PIPES AND CIGARETTE
M THE MARKET
At the Old Stand. No. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
TIN, COFFEE k SHEET IRON WORKER
PLUMBING, in all its branches;
A.i'tesian Well Pipe, all sizes;
I'uclo Sam, Medallion, Itichmocd. 'I ip T,
New IUtrI. ytrr. iwruj, Wren. Dolly. Tpjr,
Saiwrior, Macuet, Ohcbo) i. Almmtn Kcliiwe.
(Jawu, IVnwy. ,t Army ltrtnces,Macna Charter, Back,
CliArtft (Ilk. Nimltle. In wood ft ml IiAOtidrr HtoTM.
GniTanlzcd Iron nndtJopper Itoilert. tor Jhikch,
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes," and laid on at
lowest Rates; Cast Iron and Lead Soil Pipe,
House Furnishing Goods, ail kinds;
.n;m;i. sj and giiaie.s:
laft and Force 1'nroin, Cistern l'mapA, Galranizwl Iron. Hit ret (Vvr, Short IjCaJ,
I'm. Tin rtale. Water Closets. Mattlo falatw and Howls, Enameled Wash Stands,
Chandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns
'ffKUNSHS! TKUSSlaS! TitussuS!
LLgSTER & CO.
laUco, Hon, Hay, Cuntont, Grand 1'rize,
Granite Iron Wnrc. Nickel rutcdnnd Plain;
of the Celebrated
. tlio Factory.
I'or Adjusting TRUSSES.
Sts., & 59 Nnnanu
A Large Invoice
3Dlxoct 2Pio jxl
Wo Have Especial FACILITIES
Cor. Fort and Merchant St.
Have Just Received the I argest
LOT OF PERFUMERY
KVKK 1311'OUTKI) I.NTO THIS KlXtUIOM, COML'KI.SIMI
Over Fifty Different Odors of tlie Celebrated
ITaiicy Boxes, Bottles, Ssc.
Hollister &d Co.,
ja.seaa.ts fox ISLlrLgd om
59 Nuuanu St., andor. Fort and Merchant St,