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rc called: . ..
Sin Francisco li eiRbtr earners. Mail
6.709,011; postal cards,
689,022; local letters, 3,105,001; local postal
cards, 1,958,275; registered- Jellen, 72,011;
postal crd;2,Tt7;5l3; newspapers,
1,631,431. Tieces handled, 31,000,031; hand-led
per carrier, 309,676;ost ofeemce, 67,-162.87;
perpiece, 2.1 mills, per carrTer5813S7;
roitage on local mattev93,723il.
--1 Sacramento has scVen carrien.
425,39t; postal cards, 62,878;
local letters, 33,287; local postal cards, 36,455;
rccislcred leltcrs, 2,502; newspapers, 360,515.
Collected letters, 333,781; porta1 cards, 64,-617;
newspapers, 39,961.J Pieces handled,
1,367,702; per earner, 105,373; cost or service,
$55,760.80 per piece, 4.5 railfs; per carrier,
$706.67; postage on local matter, 2,126.12.
Los Angeles has six carriers. Mail
321,238; postal cards, 40,260;
local letters, 42,410; local postal cards, 15,837;
registered letters, 1.109; newspapers, 232,927.
postal cards, 55,-125;
newspapers, 25,028. Pieces handled,
1,010,724; per carrier, 143,450; cot of service,
$311 ,350; per piece, "3 mills; per carrier,
postage on local matter, $2,029 66.
Oakland has twelve carriers. Mail
1,202,782; postal caras, 175,938;
lecal letters, 1,162,531; local postal cards, 170,-717;
registered letters, 3,810;newspapcrs, 840,-608.
Collected letters, 710,402; postal cirds,
101,761; newspapers, 124,358. Pieces handled,
3,551,550; per carrier; 216,221; cost of service,
510,037.70; pe'r piece, 2.8 mills; per carrier,
S345,f 5; postage on local matter, $1,873.06.
The report alan shows an increase of five
citica in the free delivery postofBccs, and 210
more carriers than the preceding jcar. The
whole number of pieces handled by carrier
1,510,551,117, an increase of 215,-910,416.
or 10.3 percent. Chicago comes next
lo'cw 3Tork in the number of pieces handled.
An Enrliih Sailor's Tribute to a Yankee
Bona was the 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 tho Mast." "We are a
great maritime people : tho oceans of the
world arc onriealm, and every billow that
rolls from north to south, from east to
west, carries a British interest along its
liquid path. Is it not wonderful that we
should have waited for a Yankeo student
to show ns how to write a book that should
bo true to the sailor, true to the ship ho
sails in, true to. tho deep ho navigates?
For my part, I heartily begrudge Boston
for her famous " yamer," and for the honor
of this country could wish that his
grand sea picture had tho Union Jack
anging over it instead of the Eagle that
is perched at all times upon its frame.
Tho difference between "Two Years Before
the Mast" and most of tho nautical
novels which have been written on this
sido tho Atlantic is the difference between
tho marine drama, as wo 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 ono jot moro so becauso it
forms a collection of lis experiences when
at scathan becauso of tho superb
spirit, the exquisite accuracy and the
great-hearted sympathy that every page
is full of. " I vowed," ho says, after de
scribing tho flogging on board the Pilgrim.
' I vow that if God should over
give mo the means I would do something
toxodrpss the grievances and relieve the
sufferings 'of that class of beings with
whom my lot Has so long been cast." -He
couiu noi nave gone io worK more
than by writing " Two Years Before
tho Masf It was time that somebody
showed tho public down into the merchant
ship's forecastle, pointed to tho bunks in
which tho sailors sleep, tho dripping car-lings,
tho evil smelling slush lamp, the
water splashing through the scuttle, tho
poor clothes of tho heavily worked men,
the infamous food and vilo water on which
they subsisted. Jt was time, I say. No
landsman could guess the truth, and those
who had suffered, who could speak of the
horrors of scurvy from darkness and damp,
nnd fare such as a hog might disdain,
were ignorant and unable to put their
story oeiore tno worm, lint then comes
Dana, a lino genius, full of srjirit. Ho
shipped as a foremost hand in a little brig
bound round Cape Horn to the Western
American coast, and he jspent throe years
of his lifo among. sailors, working with
them, suffering with them, taking their
few pleasures with them. Wo are used to
his book now, and since his time plenty of
interest has been taken in the merchant
service; but I sometimes think that an extraordinary
amazement musthavobeen ex
cited among those 6f the public who cared
for sea yams when -'Two Years Before the
Mast " was first published. By what magic
Dana absorbs the attention of his readers
by a plain, unvarnished narrative of
forecastle lifo in a little brig! But that
was not quito it- How did it happen. I
dare say peoplo wanted to know, that
these poor sailors who so deeply interested
them in Dana's work wcro so utterly
unlike tho mariners they hnd been accustomed
to read about since tho days of
Smollettt "Where -was the Saturday night
larking! tthcro the cans of grog? tho
"wives arid sweethearts?"' the dancing on
tho main deck? the' gay uniforms, tho
handsome middies, tho sea battles, tho
lovely heroines, and all tho rest of the well
known stuff? Instead tof this they found
a brutal, skipper, a couple
of mates ngjther handsomo nor sentimental,
and forward an odd collection of fudo
and rough figures in Scotch caps nnd old
shirts. TThero was no heroine, thero was
no .fighting, there was nothingmoro spirited
in the way of diversion than a fandango
at Santa Barbara; but there was tho
best of all things in this world truth.
Because of it tho book went straight home
to tho heart, and inasmuch as that it is as
truo in the, .main of lifo on board ship to
day as it was when written forty-five
years ago, thero can bo no excuso for any
one desirous towrito forpr against tho
naturo and duties of Mercantile Tack's life
Miilo "Two lcars Before tho Mast" re
mains in print. IK. Clark Jiundl in the
'iThe stenographer is rapidly 'being
uy uie aien are two
clumsy to acquire Rreat facility at this
sort of work, and it seems especially suited
to women. co which it nos.
scsses over tho older fashion is that tho
workis finished when', tho operator has
reached the end. A largo clement' of uncertainty
enters into lifo when one em
ploys a stenographer. With tho type-'writing'
girls'lfis different. As a rule
they aro busy copying supremo court
papers.vhich Jjy the way, they lay aside
without thbjlightcst regret, and they
the only peoplo wholook with
contempt npontho supremo corn-Land
onco to prepare for -work. Tho
longest feart "ol it. After
a fewjgeneral remarks about, the-weather,
shcrrcmoves lier.iings one after the othei1,
looks at them carefully, places them in an
orderly row beside the typo-writer, pulls a
hair rim out of the forwnrd iwirt. nf
bangcxamines igind thrusU it with un-l
jjui'suuneaociugerence into back of
her head. Then sho yawns prodigiously
leans back in ynd Bays jsho is
ready. When youbegm she suddenly
tho jvashsUDad toyB.tvitli the itancets for a
Iowaiunritcs,1toucHes tho ends.of 'Boriifin'
gers to tie towel, then comes back byway
of the mirror. I Lave become convinced'
by long experience that 'the averagfi
male type-writer never really cares to
f ugo for the purposo of affording her an
oprwrtnnit? to' look inlEo jnimir. Sho
returns, throws herself carelessly in the
chair, and briskly puts a sheet of paper
into the maclrlnerHavingdono this, sho
withdraws the paper, turns "it around, and
Rats u in tiiat wayv LTiis, g, a system.
Kiiw iii; it r iiniuirr. tttitti Tinnnf nnv aimh
gTis, r -- uvu sua4M UU1 l.ll lLllllp
" una puinir uecomes necessary to open
a small drawer at right-hand side of
the type-writer, fish out a moro or less
snowy purse, glance critically and somewhat
sadly within. tlimmni lU nnrcn
back again,irjd bring forth an ink eraser,
a rubbcryi fruit "knife eaten
applejpr peach. Some ono will probably
interrupt her formal quiet chat, and Rafter
thatif you are still Oicri, you will be
thoroughly startled. Once gnder way, an
expert type-writer& fnBy as fast Si the'
average stenographer, and when you havo
finished dictating yon may take the manuscript
away with you. I havo observed
one peculiarity about the femalo hand-writer.
She never makes n mistake. It
is always the machine. If sho puts sixteen
vowels in the word "through," she
first hits the keyboard violently, then
raises tho roof nf tho structure, pokes at
the type with her first finger, indulges in
some airy criticisms of tho manufacture,
brings the whole thing together violently
again, and continues to mako tho most
grievous and absurd errors with a face of
utter satisfaction and unruffled high
spirits, Sho oventnally marries the managing
clerk of tho law office. Brooltyn
How to RmoTe Scars
Scars aro always unsightly, and aro often
painfnl or inconvenient, on account of
their propensity to contract as they
older. Dr. Wark, of Jfew York, asserts
that they may be removed by manipulation,
which ho directs to bo employed
as follows: Place tho ends of tyro or three
fingers on a scar if it bo a small one, and
on the margin if it bo large, and vibrate
the surface on the tissues beneath. The
surface itself is not to bo subjected to any
friction: all tho motion must be between
the integument and tho deeper parts The
location of the vibratilo motion should bo
changed every 10 or 15 seconds until tho
whole 6carhas been treated, if it bo .of
moderate size. If the scar bo tho result
of a large scald or burn, the margins only
should bo treated at first: tho advances
toward tho center should be deferred until
the untrition of (ho margins has been
decidely improved. Only a littlo treat
ment should lie applied to anyone spot nt
tho samo time, but tho vibrations should
bo repeated as many as 20 times a day,
but never with- sufficient frequency or
severity to cause pain. If the scar becomes
irritable, suspend treatment until it
subsides. In tho conrso of two or three
weeks of faithful treatment, tho surfaces
of tho scars of moderate size becomes moro
movable, and will begin to form wrinkles
like true skin, when pressed from sido to
aide. All these changes aro duo to im-
roved nutrition, consequent on better
E lood circulation tho development of entirely
new sets of blood vessels in the
tissue. JV. 1'. Sun.
The Indiana Way.
A minister residing in a town in Indiana,
was hurriedly sent for ono day to conduct the
services over the remains of a farmer to bo
bnried from his homo in tho country. In tho
hurry and excitement, added to the fact that
his buggy broko down on the trip, the good
man arrived at the last moment. Without
holding any conversation with friends of the
deceased, ho lead in singing a hymn, and then
"Death comes to all. Though tho dcocascd
was stricken down in tho bloom of life, she"
"It was tho old mar," whispered ono of the
friends at the minister 8 elbow.
"Although in tho prime of life, he knew that
death was liable to como at "
"Ho wasn't in his prime, but was 70 years
old," whispered the friend. .
"Although ho was an old man," resumed
the clcrcyinan, after swallowing a lump in his
throat, "ho will be greatly tnisred by a large
circle of friends and relations. Dcalli "'
"Didn't have a friend or relation except tho
old woman," put in tho man.
"Although, as I said, ho may not bo missed
in his home," said tho now thoroughly embarrassed,
minister, "his church will sadly
realizo the vacancy, lie joined the Baptist
Church at an early "
"Alwajs trained with tho Methodists,"
whispered the friend.
"Ho joined tho Methodist Church years ago,
and has always been an en "
"Only joined last winter!"
"He was a gentleman," observed the clergyman,
with great effort. "Ho died full of faith
that ho "
"Ho isn't dead at alf bo's only in a trance!"
yelled ono of tho crowd nearest tho coffin, and
tho next moment the old man sat up, looked
arouna tor a minute ami men called out:
"Mustbo mighty near lime to feed them hogs;
somebody gimmo my breeches and boots.
A Darling XJootor.
"There is a big difference in doctors, I (ell
you," said an old-time Spruce street doctor to
roe tho other day. You think you know something
about 'cm, but you are still in tho fluff
and bloom and kindergarten of life. Wait lilt
you've been through what I have."
"Where, for instance?" I asked hira.
"Well, say nothing about anything else, just
look at tho doctors wo had in tho war. Wo
had a doctor in our regiment that looked as if
he knew so much that it made him unhappy.
I found out afterward that he ran a kind of
cow foundling asylum in Utah before tho war,
and when he had to prescribe for a human being
it seemed to kind of ratllo him.
"I fell offn my horse carlj in tho campaign
and broko my leg, I rickolcct, and ho set the
bone. He thought that a bone should be set
similar to a hen. Ho mado what he called a
good splice, but tho break was above tho knee,
and he gut the cow idea into his head in a way
that set the knee behind- That was bad.
"I told him ono day that ho was a blamed
fool. He gave me a cigar, and told mo I must
be a mind reader.
"For several weeks our colonel couldn't eat
anythiDr. and seemed to feel kind of bilious.
He didn t know what tho trouble was nntil ho
went to the doctor. Ho looked at the colonel
a few moments, examined his tongue, and told
him right off that ho had lost his cud.
"This doctor was always telling his triumphs
in surgery. Ho did savo a good many lives,
too, toward the close of tl.o war. Ho did it in
an odd way too.
"He had about one moro year to servo and,
with his doctoring on ono side and tho hostility
of the enemy on the other, our regiment was
wore down to about 500 men. Everybody said
wo couldn't stand it moro than smother year.
One day however, the doctor h.id just measured
a man for a porus plaster, and bad laid
the stub of his cigar carefully down on tho top
of a red powder keg, when thero was a slight
atmospheric disturbance, tho smell of buret
clothes, and our regimcut had to apply for a
"Tho wifo of our lata snrccon wrota to hava
her husband's remains forwarded to her, but!
told ncr it would bo verv dimcu It to do so.
owing to tho naturo of tho accident. I said,
nowever, mat we nau lound an upper set ol
store teeth imbedded in a palmetto trco near
by, and had buried them with military honors,
erecting over tho gravo a largo board on which
was inscribed tho name and age of the deceased
and this inscription:
"Not dead, but spontaneously distributed.
Gono to meet his gloriBed throng of patients.
Ta, ta, vain world." Pltila. Paper.
Tho witty paragrapher and the funny man
of tho new spapcra have recently struck a new
lead in recounting the amusing mistakes which
may occur by operators giving tho wrong party
to a subscriber, or switching off somo ono
who has begun a conversation and connecting
him with others who arc talking.
A sample story is about a customer who
rang up his butcher to inqnire what he had
put in the last sausago sold him. Before tho
butcher could respond tho operator disconnected
him, and the customer was let into a conversation
between two men abouta well which
had just been cleaned, and the ono who was
talloDg was relating what ho had fonnd in it.
Tho customer only heard "two dead cats, thrco
raU, and " when ho threw down the telephone
in horror, and the agonies of a cholera
patient were endured by him for tho next hour.
Another tells of how a young lady was shocked
byliaving, unknown to her, a butcher boy'
account of the slaughtering of a calf switched
in upon a young man's description of a
in which a mutual young lady friend was
concerned. Iu the midst of tho nrronnl ilm
lady listener heard a hoarse voice say, "I then
cut ncr turoai, grauoea ner Dy tno leg, and '
and a dead swoon prevented her hearinir ilm
A mistake not exactly of this kind, hut still
a pretty good saniplo of amusin errors which
mayccur, reported from the office of a
manrn'iionoinin, ana as it trutb is vouched
fori it is additionally inlcreatin A rnnnp
business man rang np, calling for a gentleman
friend. The operator mistook the number, and
a lady's voice answered, ' Hello, what do you
"Well, who are von?"
"Yon're too old. I want 17."
Beautiful Autumn Leaves.
"Beautiful leaves of the dyingyear,"
murmured, pressing them tenderly to her
lips : "glamour of crimson and -gold, dream of
tho sleeping autumn.'' And then she gathered
in a few more bright clusters of rlius
and went homo and pressed them in
the Bible and dictionary, where they wouldn't
be disturbed for two months. And the next
morning one cl her eyes was shut and the
other was closing, her nose was as bigas a pear,
red as a new wagon, and shining like a peeled
onion, her cheeks were mottled, and her whole
face looked liko the glamour of an autnran
hilleido on a "hurrah.''
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MrManlUsaretbebestln town, rome and jaf 'c for
rcurself. American, Havana and IIIii"Iot's celebrated
home-made Cigars always on hand. ChcninE; and
hmokln; Tolwcco, cnt foil and pin- All varieties, of
CiirareUes at the rornlaln.
wm tto Kobert Donnolly.
FOR THE COMPLEXION! a-
is the MOST FSRFECT I1EAUTIPIER KSOWX.
It Is Pnrc and Harmless, Dcll'hlfal in lis Application
and wondcrfnl in its Effects, vrblla the closest eemtiny
fails to detect Its asc. rrepared br
II. BOWMAN, Chemist.
cr FOR, SALE BY Oakland, Cat.
,oi5tf HOLLISTER & Co.
Irish Damask !
We Have Just Received
A VERT FINE ASbGinUENT OF
Irish Double Damaslr.
COXSItsTIHQ OF - n
i.t 0r.'i ,r otii
With Napkins tgllqtcli
These LINENS aro tho FINEST Ever
Imported to this Market, nnd wo Invito
our Friends to give -them, an Jnspoctlcm
LOVEJOY & GO'"
No. 15 Nnnonn St, Honolulu,
IMPORTERS & JpBBERS
Wines and .Liqpojjs
At the LowestIrices
A FCLL AND CIJOICE
Assortment of alLDesirable ,Goodss
r '. . -;' r r AitU
All tho Brands of
ALE, BEER MM
Constantly Kept in Stock.
CP" Onlas from the other Islands premutlr attended
w and Goods earefally ratkM for shipment.
TELEPHONE 308. P. 0. BOX 137.
ii Pioneer" Line
1 liif liilllfc ii 1 1IBLi
Arrival of the Iron Ships
and " Clan Grant "
Have Eeoeivcd by these Vessels
And other Late Arrivals,
tho Following :
An Asst. of Dry Goods
CONSISTING IN PAKT OF
Horrock.s Lonpt Cloths nnd other branOs of
nmio to.tioru, unbleached Cottons,
Print, new atTlea, fast colors ;
BroTO Cottony 8 to 10 nnarter;
Brown" xuubii Drill, iviiitH iiinpn Dock,
Crown Canvaa, Blk fc Cld French Merinos, all
uraues; Tweeds, Drey, Ulna and
A LAHGE ASST. OF DltESS GOODS, SILKS,
Satins. Silk Kibbons, Velvet,
Union and Cotton Linen and Cotton
Ladies TinderweirvLinen ynd Cotton Tcntcls,
Wnilo Moleskin, Cfccok Molejlin,
ImiU Lnoo Edgings and Insertion?,
Brooks' 300 yds. Spool Cotton, Coates' tOO yds.
Spool Cotton, "Kokine. Bine Denims,
Mosquito Netticp, 00 inch ;
Rubber Coats & Leggings
All Sizes, Wcightk, Qualities and Colore ;
Velvet & Tapestry,
Rugs and Mats,
A FEV OF THE-NEW STYLE
- NAVY AND
Merchant Canvas !
Filter Press Bags 22 x 36
Wo mako this one of our SpccitUics and
havo n Foil Stock ot
Sugar, Rice & Coal Bags
Which we are scllins at Bottom l'riccs.
ENGLISH. HAWAIIAN, AND
3, G, and 7 yard ;
Extra Heavy, Assorted Widths ;
Ladies' & Gent's Saddles
A complete lino which wo nrosellinrj
Cheaper than Ever.
Tea Kettles & Sauce Pans
Assorted Sizes ; do Fry Pans,
Butcher Knives, Knives & Forks,
Tin Plate, Sheet Lead,
Galvanized Water Pipe, J to 2 in.
WHITE LEAD, various qualities;
BOILED OIL, TURPENTINE
21 Gango, 0, T, 8 nnd 9 ft. Lengths ; Galv.
Screws and Washers, Galy. Itidsine,
Yellow Sheathing Metal, and Nails
Annealed Fenco Wire, Fenco Staples,
Wiro PlantjGnards and Arches,
With Fish Plates, Bolts and Spikes,
Fire Clay, Firo Bricks,
Both Square and arch ;
Lump Rock Salt,
3 to 12 inch widths;
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Worcestershire Since, Frnita, JamCrcam Tartar,
Soda, Spices, Etc, Etc., Etc
Z5J"We have also jnst received an nsst. of,K
Bleached & Brown Cottons
27 to SO inches wide ;
Fanoy Prints, Blno D6nims,
Canton Flannels, Men's, Women's and
Childrena' Boots and Shoes, sizes and
Styles adapted to this market;
A LAHQE FltESU ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and Glassware, Oos, Picks, Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanics' Tools
ItOBEY & CO t
4 Il-P aad 6 H-P.
ONE SPLENDID PIANO,
BT liniSbMEAD t SONS.
Gorsarjo's Soap, two qualities, in boics of 21 Bars
and CO Bars;
Best Welsh Steam Coal
COKE, FLOOMNG TILES,
1021 tc, &C., 4C
LAINE & CO.
havj: . i.Anoi: stock or tub
Hay, Grain, &c.
WjlIOn IS OPFEllElJ AT THE
Lowest 'Market Prices
MD DELIVERED FREE TO AST PART OF THE CITT
AtiEVTS ron THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Agents for the "HOOVER TELEPHONE."
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
Br- SO 147. 1030 ir
ramv Miir!i x, in
ilUUMUUMI Ulllllll U; UUll
j - j
No. 1 13& IB FORT STREET
DEPOT FOK EOEItlCKE bCUBEtKE'S
EsFS. IE XT jVE E3 S
AND THE -
SENSOR, SMITH & CO
400 Quit StxxXt.
FanrTbo OZdft fiimii
f whom ur&unro xxnarKXcx. oertWt nptrmrt mJ
W PQmB&&ntmannxnr ana
r aJl PTtr&t1. Cbronte mnd Ncrratu
J thm mMfl. HklB. KldtMrtw
. a fftMtnM 1
r PlWIsWOId ism. Arlllna aaflha flfa.j.
I MfMllh. TXlsrOfBt. ItatfMt Pklna. Mrmaiunti. . .. - J 1
I WtttJt tjts, Stastftd p?TloeaiitU
i mot flxctnn or joaui. t follies er
I Nvifurr rsmtrf. ft
thme.WbnlncooTfOsenttoTlJiitUtgtlty for tCTatmntymtMifctor
can oweinTTr7woerB nr expire iir iron ow r w JWOiX. I
is BeHTfclmt tost & ntrruclaii wba wtrtm hbt whnlri tLntVwi m a
uwiw4"uj,oowiii;iariireqDTuu7 rrvuuinKoa umxait C3nF9 to
turn oldest MpMiiist.br wbomrrtrr kBown km!
a w4 Ttw Doctor Ar i4 xperlcnco mako Us
tjymsmi w prrnt UnpOrUiniT. I
, " miuuiniuiu
I w"cr" oti - peuu 17
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wsuwiwHimiuirAirc uuiorwriir. iioutsi iMUT.inun I
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DR. UEEIC'S fiUHDEHfllL
win (as nwrn, sirvQinavna
wbw, niTiiroTi(B ui wnots
tMMWfU IjW AAD(U IQ WHl tXMUyh
VZ&ffi$A Sr4IwaMw apiHwi
tuLta i juu 14, Mir
' - ' - ' -
UEDIO PPCllAnT.t)OMr7ll. S. F C-L '
GROSS GUT TOBACCO
W. Dukes & Son,
FOR PIPES AND CIGARETTE
BEST IN THE MARKET
At the Old Stand. No.
Tit R &
BTQVB ANB n&3HGES
Undo Sam, Medallion, Hichmond, Tip Top, TaUce, Flora, May, Contest, Urand lMzo,
how Itival.Oper, Derby .Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, fjneen, PanseT, ArmyItanp,Maj!naCharler,Bacs,
Saponor, JlaRnet, Osceola, Almoda Eclipse. Charter Oak, Nimble, InvootTand Laundry Stores,
Galvanized Iron and Copper Boilers for KanRes, Granite Iron Ware, Nickel 1'latcd nnd Plain;
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at
Lowest Rates; Cast Iron and Lead Soil Pipe,
BUBllBK HOSE-ALL SIZES AND OKADESj
Jaft and Forco Vurn t. ijistcrn rnmiw. , Galtraniml Iron, tShe. Copper, Sheet LonJ,
, Water Closots, Marble
Chandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns
Tjmjsjbs ! TRUSSES! TrvssjbS !
HOLLISTER & C0t
A large Invoice of the Celebrated
Diroct IPjc op . tlao Dr?aotoiry. .
Wo Havo Especial FACILITIES for Adjusting Tfites.
Hollister & Co.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts., & 59 Nunanu St.
Bos r&urcsca. CUl. '
- .i in Trmti efatw 1
Inpttfiraests U Kaxrtai eti.1
1M cuta iae!tJv. afmtv aa3
skllJ, ml ph jidKrrs UironxlKiat
insr wmca iur( nuea in I
prx KH-a. l
laa masri, enrcKs IRQ i
sthcxti uka restores Wj 1
flll CU,1MIUUU, f
8 Kaahumanu Street,
SHEET IRON WORKER
all its branches;
Pipe, all sizes;
g Goods, all kinds;
Slabs and Bowls, Enamcied Wash Stands,
Have Just Received the largest
LOT OF PERFUMERY
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS KIXUDOJI, COfll'BISIKU
Over Fifty Different Odors of the Celebrated
Odor-Oases, Fancy Boxes, Bottles, &C
HoUisf er , & Co.,
Agents Xoj? DECacrallia2x 3ELLxx&& omo.
59 Nuuanu St.,andor. Fort and Merchant St,