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VOLUAIli III, NUMBER
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
hind siBwimou $5.00 tr.iu sDmir.
$A 50 to $7 50, according to their destination.
ruou as 01.11 rn ir.s o.
Ilnme Again after a .on .Ifnriirr.
The wilier and his fellow imscnRcrs sailcil
from Honolulu In the Mc.tmcr Suet on the
evening of l'eljrunry 171I), loo soon lo sec llic
coronitlon liorsc-racinu ami the icgitd, loo
noon to witness the enchanting performances
of the hulthula dancers, too soon to sec the
state lull, too, too soon to present our lioo
kupu to the tlrcad Mn, hut just In time to sec
the commencement of the " (jrnml illumina
tlon," I'rom the steamer's ilcck could lie
seen a row of small lights sprinkled along the
rim of Punchbowl and a sulxlucd Mare en
vctuping the towers of Iolani palace. Occa
sionally a rocket would shoot into the nlr, ex
plode, and scatter its burning fragments to the
four winds like spaiks from the blacksmith's
anvil. Now and then a blue light attracted
our attention, but we were unable to distin
guish the figures represented. As the dis
tance between us and your fair city increased,
the lights on the hill appeared like a constella
tion of small stars on the horiton, in whose
midst a tiny meteor would suddenly op into
life, draw one brief breath, then die as quickly
as it was born. I'rom our position wc were
unable lo decide whether the display was
good, bad or indifferent; but tried to make
ourselves think that it was all that the people
had been led to expect, for, up to that date
certainly, ecrylhing else connected with the
coronation had proved a delusion.
While our thoughts were thus charitably
occupied the steamer hid taken a more north
erly direction and was standing out into the
open sea; ami suddenly a high ridge seemed to
step out from the Konahuanui range and, be
fore wc were prepared for It, threw its huge
bulk between us and the illumination. That
veil, like futurity, no c)c could penetrate; and,
mentally whispering a kind aloha to beautiful
Honolulu and the many friends from whom wc
bad just separated, and buttoning our coats a
little closer, wc tramped the deck, our hearts
alternately saddening with thoughts of the re
cent partings and glowing with the anticipation
of friendly greetings bovond. It was a beauti
ful moonlight evening, and, could not have
been improved on. The sea was smooth as a
land-locked lake; the breeze was balmy and
cool, anil everything else was in as perfect
order as it usually found to be in the opening
chapter of a first-class romance. Hut our little
party of fisc. cabin passengers only one of
whom was a lady soon retired and allowed
the pale moon to scatter its beauty unadmircd
o'er the waste of waters.
When wc awoke the next morning the Suez
was plowing her way through a rough head sea
with a corkscrew motion a combination of
rolling and pitching that was highly cnjojable.
The writer was not sea-sick of course, having
been tiwn the ocean before, but remained in
or near his little bunk until a smoother and
pleasantcr latitude was reached, which was on
the third day. All the remainder of the way
to the Golden Gate the sea was phenominally
tiuict. There was not motion enough to rock
a good-natured baby to sleep. It is often
rougher on San Francisco bay. This passage
in other respects was like the old stereotyped
edition the same monotonous scenery, the
same whale alongside, the same birds follow
ing the vessel lo pick up the garbage, the
same clouds in the sky, until we ncared the
California shore, when the temperature be
came cool, the atmosphere misty, and finally,
foggy. I used to despise the 'Frisco fogs, but
the first one that e encountered I recognized
as an old friend. It was the same one that I
had left there three j cars before. The cold
v ind also proved an agreeable change, and
the last night out I remained on deck until
midnight lo enjoy the Supremely pleasurable
sensation of being thoroughly chilled once
more. The elements appeared to understand
my longing and did all that could be done to
gratify my desires. The friendly fog treated
me as a brother and em eloped my form in its
dewy mantle. The breeze, though at first
stiff, grew familiar, cooled my cheeks with its
icy breath and enticed the frigid tear-drops
from my C) cs. I became intoxicated with joy
when I realized that the last particle of tropic
al warmth had been expelled from my system.
The crimson fluid was half frozen in ocry
aitery, vein and capillary, and my heart work
ed as awkwardly as a village pump in a mid
winter morning; this was happiness enough
for one night, and ambling off to my stateroom
as gracefully as benumbed extremities and
rigid limbs would permit, I turned in to have
my last night's rest on old Neptune s troubled
bosom. For Several hours the Suez was off
the I'arallones slowly steaming back and forth
in a dense fog. Toward morning it lifted,
and when )our correspondent went on deck at
daylight we were well inside the Golden Gate.
The officials who came on board asked many
questions concerning the coronation and the
leprosy, evidently considering them to be the
two principal scourge with which the king'
doni was atllicted.
Many impoitant improvements were notice
able as we tteaimxi along the city front, the
most noteworthy being several new wharves
and warehouses, and the sea-wall, which was
begun only a short time before I left San
Francisco in 18S0,
It was just seven o'clock when the steamer
drew up alongside the Harrison, street wharf,
and I was privileged to step once more upon
the soil of my native California. It has often
been said that Ihe Californians are noted for
their liberality, and we found it exemplified
the moment we passed over the vessels side.
A number of men wire standing there with
elegant carriages which they had brought to
present to the passengers from the islands. I
politely refused to accept any of the vehicles,
but not satisfied with'this they wished me to
tell them wht uvulJ have one, They seemed
to think me hard of hearing also, for each one
of those lwenty-scen or mote strong-lunged
and liberal hearted philanthropists rushed up
and ) cited in my can " Who wants a hack ?"
"Who wonts a carriage?" I told them repeat,
cdly that I didn't know, and hastened away
only to confront another group of men, each
one of whom wished to give us a buggy ride,
and amidst cries of " Who wants to go to the
Palace Hotel?" "This wny 10 h Ualdwin I"
"Kuss House I Kuss I louse I" "Free coach
to Ihe American F.xchangc I" wc plunged into
the strict, my fiicnd, a stranger lo San Fran
Cisco, keeping in sight of my ctt,taUs, which
were liecWoning him to follow. Finding no
one in pursuit we made our way leisurely into
the heart of the city, and the wandering boy
wcul home (to bis ban Francisco home) g say
aloha to the folks anil convince them tint lie
was still nllsc. After all there Is no place like
home, and few places away from home like
The change from Honolulu lo San Francisco
is a sudden transition from a semi-comatose
state to one of the greatest activity, livery
liody and cvcrvlhing is on the moc. There
is a propelling power In the icry atmosphere
that drives one on, Involuntarily at first, per
haps, but ever on, on. It is iinxmiblc In lag
behind. If at all disposed to drop back some
invisible nnd uncontestable force seems lo seize
one and compel one to walk Spanish, and tin
consciously he finds himself rushing along
somehow, somewhere. In a short time repose
becomes distasteful if not acttnlly painful, and
occupation of some kind a necessity and .1 de
light. I'.vcr) thing tlrivcs along nt high-boiler
pressure, and joti become icsllcss and Im
patient if the speed be lessened only for a
moment. The air Is fatal to Idleness, but it Is
the right-bower of "pusri;" and I know one
person who shill never tire hereafter of Ixast
ing of the "glorious climate" of California, as
all Californians arc known lo do. Il is n
glorious climate, the cold winds and chilling
togs to tne contrary notwithstanding.
rushcil or "vanked" along the streets at a
break-neck pace though I seemed lo be, there
was time lo observe that wonderful improve
ments had been made in every part of the city,
and that others arc under way. New cable
strcel railroads have been constructed, and
others arc Ixjing extended in dllTcrcnt direc
tions. Immense buildings have been erected,
and some of the newer streets opened up and'
lengthened. liven the new City Hall Is a little
nearer completion. Change and improvement
arc everywhere noticeable, except in the put-
mcnl ol the streets thai is execrable. One
new departure which can not be spoken of in
words of praise is the removal of Ihe street
lamps, leaving pedestrians at night to grope
alxjtit aided only by the light of the fogs and
the bright intellects of the city's supervisors.
On the whole San Francisco is in a prosperous
condition, and it is in no way apparent that
my two and a half ) cars' absence has retarded
the march of improvement. Ilusiness of all
kinds seems to be very good in the city and
throughout the slate, although portions are
affected by drouth. There seems to be plenty
of work and few idlers arc noticeable. The
animated decorations on the street corners,
that, in former times, stood ready with appeal
ing word and outstretched hand to relieve
one's bullion-burdened pockets of their surplus
quarters arc nowhere to be seen. There is a
printer's "boom" in San Francisco and the
other cities of the slate, and all who wish em
ployment have it. When all of the printing
offices nre busy other branches of business arc
not at a stand-still. One other noticeable
thing and the first thing I noticed when upon
landing was the clear complexions, rosy
cheeks and plump figures of the ladies and
children on the streets the effect of this
"glorious, health-giving climate." It was
never so noticeable to me before, but coming
from a tropical climate, where the complexion
of most people becomes sallow, the difference
could not but be observed. All daylong I
admired them moving along with brisk step,
and in the evening thought of what I had been
admiring, until sleep closed my eyes, laid its
finger upon my lips and prevented me from re
peating the well-known lines which had been
running in my head all day:
"O, city of the west,
ltuilt up In a minute.
Hurry, hurry, hurry,
Lver) thing within it."
Tulare, California, April 5, 18S.3.
niK i tun;.
There has been a creal deal written and
printed of late concerning the "dude." This
animal is very different from the well-known
" dodo," and needs a fuller description than
has jet been given to the readers of these
islands, as there is some danger of confounding
him with the better known animal above men
tioned. In order to add to a somewhat meatrre fund
of information on the important subject as
signedi him, the writer interviewed several
authoritative gentlemen of the city, with the
luiiuwmi; results ;
Mr. Henry Farqtiahr IUbbard said: " The
dude is an American caricature of the English
swell. The New York dude is the besl variety
of the American species, the San Francisco
variety is the worst ; for the latter nearly al
ways ingrafts a few hoodlum shoots un the Im
ported stock. When a Honolulu Iwy goes to
Frisco and comes liack a dude, there is prob
ably no help for him. He ought to be
drowned, at least eleven miles from shore."
This was comprehensive but not specific.
Mr. G. Carson Kcnyon said : "The dude is
an exotic in these islands. lie docs not en
courage street improvement, except by wear
ing out the sidewalks; but he docs help to
hold un the lamp iwsts. and is therefore not to
be discouraged. In iny capacity as editor of
ine imiieun 1 nave uccn compelled to prod
him with my powerful pen ; but as an in
structor in the educational department of my
friend Mr. Gibson's government, I am com
pelled to desire to get a chance to educate
This was even less specific. The president
of the Society for the Total Suppression of
I'uns said t " Why, a dude's a elude. You
KM-. Mtall .... ...... ...... I., .1.-. ,
kii 1 trfiibii mc un any simp iikc mat,
This was. discouraging. Knowing the vast
fund of knowledge possessed by the late Cactus
McCrakent, the writer called upon that la
mented writer's relict and inquired if there
were an) thing in his posthumous papers on
Ihe momentous topic of the dude. The writer
was kimliy received. 1 he old lady rummaged
through a voluminous pile of papers and at last
found a ) cllow tinted and musk scented sheet
of note paper. It was written in the well
known Hand ot tne dear departed Mrs. Negus,
and was headed ' My ltoy Cactus A Valen'
line," It was cast in the form ofa parody, as
follows 1 '
What Is llut, mother )
lti dude, my boy ;
A thing of beauty, a thing of J-jy.
List, on htf, to his musical croak
And note Ihe age of his Utcst joke.
What is thai, mother I
The dude, my child.
His eyes arc liquid, tus speech Is mild,
Neat and natty and new is he
And his trousers are wonderful to see.
What Is that, mother t
line dude, my dear.
There never sirs any one half so queer.
1IU arms are, lithe and his hands are slim
And very genteel the kneet of hlio.
What Is that, mother I
'lite dude, my sweet.
'lliey fitted him out on some I rtsco street.
Go tnou, my son, go likcwiM, do,
And )0U shall be cabled m dudu, loo,
A New York man of letters whose praise re
cently was in all the reviews, exclaimed the
other day lo a friend t " I made a fool of my
self this morning. They hav e Iseen erecting a
tascful building for a firm of clothiers on
llroadway, and the tenants has e just moved In.
As 1 am compelled to pass there every day, I
have had some satisfaction in its general archi
tectural effect. Judge, therefore, of my dis
gust this morning when I saw behind one of the
Immense plate-guts windows the notorious old
sign I'ants to order.' Ai soon as I reached
home I wasted a sheet of tuner and a two-cent
stamp in an earnest appeal to the proprietor to
substitute ' trousers,' or at least ' pantaloons.'
Of course it wi)l do no good, and I know that
I made a fool of myself. ut I couldn't help
General Sheridan will publish shortly his
siory 01 10c surrcuuer vi jcc,
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1SS3.
' IJcofcooioiiitl (Caruo.
D W, LAIME,
toMMissiosr.it or ;.'( s-
For the State of California, for th" Hawaiian Islands,
and (leneral Agent for the Pacific Mutual Life ln
surance Company of California. 14a
Axnt-UAM O. SMITH,
ATTOHSKY AT LAW,
j .Merchant Sterrt, Honoi ui.tr,
iTTintsnr at ..Mr,
Ami Notary I'liljlic Alltn.li all Ihe Courts of Ihe
(A KllRT Strret. HoNtll VIV, I
ATTOIlSliV.t- COVSSI'.LLOIt AT I.A If.
J ATTOIISI'.Y AT I.A ;
No. 41 Merchant Strert, Honolulu, II. I
lj8-3m (Next door to U. F. Ilickerton's law office.)
T-JRS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
CrrlCK CORNRR FoRT AND ItRRRTANtA StS ,
suitaross ash iiovmi'ATiiiu nir-
Office Hours Until 9 a.m., and from 1-3 and 6:30-8 r.M.
TNO, A. HASSINGER,
Interior Office, Honolllu,
Aar.sT to takk acksowlehui:-
meat to Contract far lAthor, 3
TNO. S. Me GREW, M. D.
niVMiciAs unit sDitanos.
Hotel street, between Fort and Alalcea Mreets.
From 7 to 10 a. m ; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p m.
06-tf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
Honoiulu, Oaiiv, II, I ,
suta itr punt.ia AsovoHMisstosKit
For the Stales of California anj New York. Office
at the Hank nf Ilidiop ft Co. i
Q M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I ,
Aai'.STXO takk acksoui.kihii:-
ii-Nf to Contrort to Labor.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, K.planade. 15
T M, WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Honolulu, II. I.,
ii:sta t. iiooms os ronr stiikkt.
Office in Itrewer't Illock, corner Hote and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I ,
1'iirsicJAS asi svnor.os,
THLRr-HONK NUSIBFR 140.
Office hours from 8H to 10H a. m ; ili to 3U p. m.
Office and residence "number 1, Kukul street,
corner Fnrt street. u
J3 A. DE LA NUX
sum-KroH ash virir. ksoiskkk,
Address, HONOLULU Post-office. locV-em'
J YCAN & JOHNSON,
103 and 107 Fort Strert,
Importer ami Jtratrm In nil klmt of
Mtttic Mood, fancy flood,
Furniture, Chiirs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror Plates. Picture Frames and Cornices made to
order. 137 vr
C BREWER & COMPANY,
QencralJIercanttlcanU CommUalon Agent
Quken Street, Honolulu.
Officers P. C Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary . Directors :
lions. Charles K. Bishop and H. A. IV Carter; Henry
May, auditor. 128
Ship Carpenter, Spar Maker and Caulker
No. 9 Queen Street (below Honolulu Iron Works)
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Strfkt, Honolulu.,
i3iroitTHi:s asi coMJiisstox jikk-
RS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Strert, Honolulu,
FJ8HIOXAHLE OltKSS AXI CLOAK-
M. G. IRWIN St Co.
HoNOLUtU, II. 1.,
SUd.tlt rACTOlt.H ASll COM3IISSIOX
CLAUS SFRECKELS. I WM. G. IRWIN.
J-XILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Strert, Honolulu,
I)tl'lKTj:itS ASH ItKAI.KHS IS HA llu-
icare, Cutlery, Tool,
i'alnts and Oils, and General Merchandise. 1
A W. PIERCE ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I ,
Sll If C1IAXI1LHU.H ASH COMUISSIOS
Agents for Ilrand's Guns and llomb Lances and Per.
ry Davis Pain Killer, i
T AINE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
COillllSSIO.y MKHCIIASTH I M Wit
ter and Iteatrr In
Hay, Grain and General Produce.
E. MclNTYRB BROTHER,
Con. Kino and Fort Sts-, Honolulu,
ouovKur axi rnKi htohk. i
HACKFELD & Co.
Quern Street, Honolulu, II, I.,
OKSKKAL COMMISSIOS AOKSTS. 1
TTD. HOFFSCHLAEGER A Co.
Honolulu, Oaiiv, II, I ,
IMI'OUTKHH ASI COMMIKHIOS MKlt-
P A. SCHABFER ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islanus,
IMVOItTKHS A SI) COMMISSION MEH
1LDER ft Co.
Cos. Four and Queen Sts., Honolulu,
lAlMIIKlt. I'AISTS, OILS, SAILS,
anj llulUUng Material of crery kind, 1
P P, ADAMS,
Queen Street, Honolulu,
.1 UCTIOSKKH A Sl COMMISSIOS MKH
A S. CLBGHORN ft Co.
luroirsss ANU 1AIISIN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
OLLES ft Co.
Queen Street, Honolulu, II, I,,
suir ciiasdlhus ash toMMiaaios
Importers and Istalers la General Merchandise r
J NO. H. BROWN,
' to) Birstanu Street,
ISSI'KVTOH Of WKIOUTS ASH
' fmm aaa aaSd al
Orders cars be left at the Police Station.
JsT P, BUROESS,
C-f HVKSTKH HJ MVilBKM.
All kinds vt jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson's Espies Ostki.
-shop No. KUf trtt. M
S. ORINDAUM ft Co.
MAK Fit's II LOCK. OlPPH ST.
j9trottrtinsjxn ii7o,;,iiu; ;;.!
rr ttt ftriirrttt Mrrrhitmtltir t
S. GK1NBAUM ft Co.
at CALiroRNiA St , San Frakciko.
romrAttnisa j.v toMMtsstox
Specie's! facttit.M for ami parlicultr attention paid lo
corn. jcn mnu of Ulind produce. s
No. tn Kort Strert, Homolim;.
irATaitJtAKiut, .: ivKhKn, h:sa ha -
rrrt ami Itlamnmt Ncttrr,
All orders faithfully executed. 31
r AWRKNCE ft PRBBTH,
Plan ami I!.timate fiirniOiM for VmV nf Cnn.
struct Ion, Livil Knlneerlnff and Surveying Office,
corner of HalcLauwila and Kllauci treen, next door
to Wideminn'i brick warehouse.
, U. Jlox lot. u6-ly
No. 114 Four Sr.,nproiTiipANTiiFJy STAitM,
IIOOTAXi SltOKMAKKM, HOOTS AX I)
tihortt mmlV to ontrrt
OflM. material at rtnwmUe price, and foi cash, t
TTOLL1STBR ft Co,
W'iiolpsalk and Urtail
iHtvaaisTs axi toiiavconmsth.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. t 1
No. 8 NtllMNU SrRKKT, HONOI.UU', If. I
I'ntrttrut Vtumbrrt tin Flttrrn ttHt C01
prrMtnittw. I'articuUr attention (said to the fitting up of the
Springfield Oai Machine. t
IlOTKLSTrURT, ItnYOLULtS, If. I.,
ItrttlrrA tn iMtltrn' ttmt Jcnttcme$ifA Shorn
a ml tfttttrr,
'I rv mv More, after one transaction you will be sure
to come again Repairing done to order. Formerly of
JAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4 Mkrchant Strpbt, Honolult, If. I.f
(01 rosiTK sailor's home.)
VAISTOM HOOT AXI SIlOEMAKiMS,
Cooduork! low nrices. RcDairinc dot.e with neat
neM and dupatcd.
P H. OEDING,
J.'jrprrHM nmt Drtiftndiit
Freight. Package., and Baggage delivered to and from
nil parti of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS KXPRF.SSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 86; residence aj5 Punchbowl street.
Office 86 King- street. 1 06-tf
QJEE HOPP & Co ,
37 Mauoakea street.
Carpenter ami furniture Deatern.
Houses built and the repiirinu of house, attended to.
1 erm moderate. ti3iy
iyr phillips & Co.
ami tViole nlc Heater In Ctothlttff, Jtootn,
Shoes, Hats, MenVs Furnishing Good.,
Fancv fii-ioh- etc.
No 11 Kaahumanu street.
Diseases of Horse, and other domesticated Animals,
llEltCU 111 I HC 1II.1 piJllll-ll MUU VS.ICIUIIII. HlsHIIUCI,
DISEASES OP TIIK HOOP A SPECIALTY.
Residence 8$ Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt attentiun. 5-qr
" F. WOLFE
HohOkiLU. H. I.,
anocKitr, rKEi axi Pitoriswx
Would like heads of families, boardinehouse keeper
and others to know that he at all times sells at price,
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
delivered in any part of the city or suburbs. Number
109 King Street, between Alalcea and Fort Sts. ti-6m
ILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(Established in 1879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
corporation atocas, tsonas ana simitar
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, H. I., October 1st, 188a.
fASTLE & COOKE,
."SO. BO, KING STREET, IIONOLVLI,', II, I,
Shipping and Commlton Merchant,
Importers and Dealers In
A cents for
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
Ihe Alexander S llaluwln riant at ion.
R. HaUtcad. or Waialua Plantation.
A. H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauat,
J, M, Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
The Haiku Suear Company.
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Comoanv of San Franelaea.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
1 ne Blake Manutactunnjr company ot tsostoo.
D. M. Westoo'a Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Uue.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu and Sao Francisco
Dr. Jayncs A Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox 6t Glob's, Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler ft Wilson's Sewing Mac hints, i-q
CHARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor
Con tracts, and
GENERAL DUS1NESS, AGENT.
Office in Macaco's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu
manu ureeis, nonoiuiu. a-ty
Tin, Copper, amt Mheet-iron Worker.
Plumbing, gas fitting and all work In my line promptly
attended to. 'terms moderate.
Remember the address, opposite the Police Station!
M King street. loj-om
O J. .LEVEY A CO.,
H'Wre ami Itrlatt Groters,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh groicne and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received regularly from Europe and America which
will be sold at the oct market rates.
Roods dclimcd to any part of the city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention, will m
given to the same. iia.1
ONG LEONG CO.,
NtiVAKU Street, Cue. Marine,
.Igenlt for Moanul Sugart Villa ma Me
And Kailiu Rice Plantation and ililL ue-ir
rpHBO. H. OAVIBS ft Co.,
(Late Iakios, Green & Co.)
IMI-OHTt.lt, COMMISSIOS MMICltASl
and Agent far
Lloyd's and the Urerpooi Underwriters.
BrltUh and Foreign Marin Insurant. Compaay.
As4 Northern Assurance Coospaar. 1
A W, RICHARDSON Co.
ISIMIUTSESANR DSALSES III
MOOTS, SIIOKS, rVMSIHMSa aoouM,
Hat. Cum. Trunk; Vnlttet,
. (Vfiumery anj Soaps, Wakhaas Watches. Kin. lew
etry.'eie., cor. ol Pen and Merchant atrsssia, Heav
ouuu, n, 1.
Waiuei, Uaii, H.I.,'
Hear tftMlUy tf Vial Manuturd
ataistftf. All orders ilUJ sruh dsspalch.
t I. M. SaaWf. '
No .Merchant STRRRf, Honolulu, II I,
IMI'OIITKIII or HI'S KltA t. MK1WIIAS-
dte from rrance, Kngtand,
Germany and Ihe United States t
i6anii sis' California Street, S F.,
iritour.sA 1.1: tiitocKits.
Partlculsr attention paid to filling and shipping Is-
ij uiutr 1
T WILLIAMS It Co.
101 anb 104 Fort Strret,
I'lltnotlllA I'll 10 A IITISTS.
Pictures of all slies and kinds made to order, and
frames of all desertions constantly on hand Also
Corals, Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific.
A LLBN At ROBINSON,
IIONOIVLV, II I.,
Dealer In Lumber anil all kind nf llulld
tng Material, fill nit, Oil, Sail, etc.,
., , . Agents of schooner
Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
Uilama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Rohlnson's Wharf. 1
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneer and Cominlttttm Merchant,
Heaver Iilock, Queen Strer, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stoclc, Real Kstate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and I'ltrojiean merchandise. I J, Lyons,
"8-yr L. J, Uvey.
'T'HE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, II, I.
Ileef, real, Mutton, iMmh, I'oultru
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
Sausages, Bolognas, etc, alwajs on hand. Our meats
are all cut and put up in t astern style. All orders
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the
city. STiop on Hotel Street. Letsreen Union and Fort
Slreets. (so-tml 0. RAUPP, Proprietor.
pD. C. ROWE,
HOUSE and SHIS VAISTFll,
Paper Hanger, etc.,
0; King; street, Honolulu.
4 King street,
1'IIA CT1CA I. irA TCIIMA KEIt,
iisiu assijiui IS.I Ul llllll SV-U1I JCBtllY Ul CTCI )' UCSS.IIJI
tton, (Formerly ot ban Kranavui, California.) 50
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lrwrrs& Dickson,)
HtVOHTEitH AXH HEALERS IX LVM-
her and alt klml ofllutltttna Material.
Fort street, Honolulu. H, 1. ' 1
P O. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and King Streets
IMVOHTEHS, HEALEHS IX IfAJtO-
irarr, Dry flood, Paint,
Oils and General Merchandise. 1
W. McCHESNEY & SON,
I.EATIIE11, II IliES, TALLOW, ASH
Airent for th. Knt'al Snan nnmrunv. Vn a Ciiieen
street, Honolulu, H. I, 9
ItONOl.LLU, 11. I.,
JILstCKSMlTII, MA cms I ST, cut
rlage Work, Hone Shoeing,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shon on Kino- street.
nest to Castle & Cooke s. 1
No. 8 Kaahumanu street.
Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Iron Worker,
SlUVES AND KANGES,
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish.
ins goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
M. OAT ot Co.
Honolulu, II. I
SA1L-MAKEIIS. t'tlas Of ALL 1W-
acrlptlon made and repaired.
Loft in A. F. Cooke's new nre-Droof LutlJinp. fool nt
Nuuanu Street. a8
Honolulu, 11. 1.
riosEF.ii sTffitM cAsnr masufac-
toty and Jtakery.
Practical Confectioner. Paitrv Cook and llaLer.
Number 7s Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
s ENGLING ft Lo.,
no. s rsuuANU street,
TJSSMITIIS A Sit VJ.VMUKBS, DKAL-
er tn Store, llange. Tin, 3s
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui, II. 1 ,
COMMISSIOS MEItCHAST ASI) DES-
eral Healer In Dry Uood,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. 1.,
STEAM ESOISES, 1IOILKHH, SVOAll
Mill, Cooler, Iron, Bra
And Lead Castings. Machinery of cserst descrintln
made to order. Particular attention raid to Ship's
Ulacksmithing. lob work esecuted on the shortest no
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Nuiisir Nuuanu Street,
TAILORING OF EVERY DE-
acrlption done to ortlei:
Men's, boys' and youths' work. 1
Number 04 Hotil Street,
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
hours of the day,
Sneclal terms fue regular boarders. The nnlw tuici.
U. private room in town for Ladies.
aars. s-eoaaejean, rroprwress.
TT H. NORTON Co.,
Na i) Maunakea Sheet,
Hor- kalHU,Skoe removed and allklnd
of ruacKtmux worn noise re orae-r.
Carriage nuking and repairing don. by competent
workmen. The best horse'shoer In the country srorks
as tnis piace. I054)r
- E, WILLIAMS,
lurORTEK ANU DEAKI IN
rVHSITVHE orEVEUY DKSCKII'TIOS
flea vpkottteror and Manufacturer.
Furniture Wareroome No. so. Port ttreeL Wotk.
shop ai old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
fclVIMJCUIU. . J
pISHBR'S CHAMPAGNE CIDER
BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED ENTIRELY BV
My son, JACOB FISHF.R, In future, as I have turned
my attention 10 agriculture.
All orders should La addressed to lamb Fliher. P. Cm.
Uoe tea, or No. I) Libra stmt. Phis change dales
boo January 1, 1. take this opportunity 10 thank
the public for Ihcir patronage hitherto bestowed on me.
ana soitcu a contuiuance 01 tne sans, so my son lacob.
IJVim ISKAtL, nailtK.
IAMOILIILI POI FACTORY,
A K. KUNUJAKEA, Propiieior.
BEST PAI AI put up 10 order to any style desire.:
hard. soA, or in barrels. Orders through the postKtke
will hav. pruapt attention, whether ior dry or other
pans of the islands. H3aa
JOHN T. WATRRHOUSB.
J Qussx Street, Honolulu, II. I ,
JJa-rOXraTa AMB BKALKH IX NsV.V.
.rest Mrrtmmu'Hl. 1
b several sUm, AMERICAN and HAWAIIAN.
iMesIsm T. a THRUM ' I en uihi Stwe.
nlSIIOP At Lo.
Honolulu. II. I ,
Draw Kschangeonlhe BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their Bgents In
MFSRS. M. M KOTIISCIIIl.t) SONS, London.
The ORIENTAL DANK CORPORATION ol
London, and their branches in
,S itl 11 rf ttntl
And transact a general Hanking Ilusiness. 1
M CAMACUO, rnfrttler,
No. 61 Hotrl Strrrt, Honoiulu, II, I
Jfrrrfo rif all hour, and Ihe table upplled
with Ihe hot Ihe market afford.
-pH0S. O, THRUM,
Importinu and Manufacturing!
STAT IDS Ell, SEWS AOEST, fill STF.lt,
And publisher of the Saturdav I'RRSs.and llantll.
an Almamac ad Annual, Merchant street. Deal
er in fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, Toys and Fancy
(!, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu. '
JOSEPH E, WISEMAN
Honolulu, II, I.,
HEAL ESTATE IIHOKIlIt ASI) EMI'LOY-
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases
Real Kstate in all nans of the Kingdom. F.mployment
round for those seeking work in all ihe various branches
or business connected with Ihese Islands. Leg-ll docu.
menls drawn. Hills Collected, Hooks and Accountskent
and general office stork transacted. Patronage solicited.
Commissions moderate. 34
r W. MACFARLANE ft Co.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
Impoiter and Ccmmllon Merchant.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay 8t Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Waikapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hllo
Hakalau Plantation, Hllo
Mlrlees, Talt ot Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ai.AsswAitv, MEiirmls silveii pla-
ted Ware, llrackrt, IVr.ru,
King's Combination Spectacles and E)eglasses,
Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, Pis
tols, SAostenholm's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles. "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
Na 44 Fort street Honolulu.
P I. NICHOLS,
No. totii Fort Streft.'IIonolulu,
CIVIL ESaiSEElt ASH COSTILICTOll
For the Construction of Railroads,
Mills, Landing Iron, Wooden and Combination
Hridges, raducts and Supension Hridges
for Cane Flumes. 140
CHAMFAOSE CIHER MASVEACTORT,
No. 13 Liliiia Strret, Honolulu.
This health-Invigorating beverage is for sale at all the
leading saloons In the city. Orders from the other
islands promptly attended to. 133
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
Company, (Limited )
On Fitst-class securities, for long or short periods.
Apply to W. L. GREEN, Managernr tlm.
Office Oueen Street, over G. W. Macfarlane & Co.-4Btl
T"HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN BRICK.
G. ENGIjING C Co.,
AV. J.Vuuanu St., Ihntlnl, Jt. I,
Sole agents for these Islands. The best cooking ap
paratus for the Plantation, Hotel or Family.
RANGES FIXTURES such as
Hot Water Holler;
Water Coll; 4
Orate Bar, JCte.,
Always In stock.
Explicit directions for setting up accompany ever)'
Circular! and Prices on afflicaiion. mqr
II. K. Fl'FE, Proprietor.
Having purchased the Hotel Street Market, I lake
pleasure in announcing that 1 will give the business my
personal attentbn, and hop. to supply the wants of the
public of Honolulu in a satisfactory manner.
BEEF, afUTTOlf, VEAL. LAMB,
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THE TABLE
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ritOMPT UKLIYERV MADE.
ORDERS TAKEN BY TELEPHONE
lELErilONE, No. 130. 13s
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersigned has recently fitted up
Inelegant st)le. the large roomy Cottag. formerly be
longing to the Lemon estate, on Nuuanu street,
beyond the Commercial Hotel premises,
for the purpose of conducting
A npttrlor Iiodgjeie; Hone.
The nam. of this pleasant retreat Is the "WHITE
HOUSE." It cannot be surpassed hi Ihe kingdom for
cvmiurs anu cleanliness.
THE OKOUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with shade trees.
Persons of respectability may always be sure of a cheer
ful house there. A sttting-room Is set apart fue the con.
sentence of guests. A FEW MOKE ROOMS ARE
VACANT, Terms always moderate, .
MRS. J, T. WHITE, Proprietor.
aMany of our readers wdl remember Mis. Whit.
as proprietor of the lodging hous. on Fort street, ad
joining the Pantheon Stables, which was such a com.
tortable borne under her management, lis.vn
THE EVILS OP PAINTING
" It hat been said with much truth, too, that house
painting might, with study and acquirement of taste,
jesuou Us rank as a liberal an."-'au.'n' JAsaa
Believing the above In be true, A. B. KERRhasnow
rorgantml his system of working the bualft.ss ia
Honolulu. In the first pUce, he has secured lh services
of that celebrated artist, Mr. Max Kuiin, fermesly ol
San Francisco, whos. svoe k in the line of
Vlaln, and Heeormtle rprr-Ha)lmt,
Frescoing, etc.. Is up to the present time uesurpasaed
and, on these islands, has never been equaUeJ. For
1 1 ous.. rauu Ing sous, Drst-cuss mec names only wsti be
lo future, patrons can depend upon my fulssBing
every order on Ihe most sclentUk beau known so the
SIONPAINTING AND LETTERINO
Depertosens iH be permanently presided ores by Mr
UeuRca bTBATMETSa (further comment unnecessary)
P. S Send for desLtaa of fraum. f eilm.t an.1
conisr sin. 11 King aew; and if you want any Usees
fn HS, . S
"HUM" fJlUT Jfttatit,
No. jt Kino STaHT-.ss,.MI...t.isiHaa.uiw
AMDURC-MAODBBURO fire insur.
ance s.ompany 01 Hamburg.
Iluilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
ntureil against lire on the most favorable terms. 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCECOM.
pan of Berlin.
F. A SCItAKFKR & C., ACK.VTS,
The above Insurance Company, hat established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, (teneral
Agents, are authorired to take risks against theuangers
of the Seas at Ihe most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
DRBMBN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
r. A. SCIIAP.FER V C , Art!,.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
'. A. SCHAKFKK & Ce , AGESTS.
The alnse Insurance Company has established a Gen.
eral Agency here, ami Ihe alnve signed. General Agents,
are authorired to take Risks agalnM the dangers of Ihe
Seas at the most reasonable lates, ami on Ihe most fa
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
Company; - - -
F. A, SCHABFSK cV Ce , AGENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared to irsure risks against fire on
Stone and Ilnck buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on Ihe most favorable terms. For (artlculars
apply at their olfice. ,
"RANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
n. HACKFELD & Co., ArtnU.
Capita! and Reserve Reichsmark 6,000,000.
" their Reinsurance Comnames " toi.6n.rn
,.. .... Reichsmark 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands are prepared to insure(Uuildings, Furniture,
. . , -. """, ..taimiicijr, eic., .imj sugar
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 't
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIPS INSUR.
ance company or Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, ACESTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
I'ollele Iued on the mm Farorable Term
EXASIPIE OR NON.FORPRITURS fLAN :
Insured age 35 years ordinary Isfe plan :
s Annual nremlum cnntlnne. Pollev ..in rfav.
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, is "
3 Annual premiums continue Policy o years, a. "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy years. 46 "
5 Annual premiums continue Policy 10 years, e6 "
Ansel, - 913,000,000.
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $49,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fare Inaonsaoe) Co.
Subtcrlbed Capital .... $.1,000,000
The above Company have now established an agency
erty of every description within these
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
oi new York.
IULDER b- Co., AGESTS,
Large!, Safe! and mot! Economical Life
Inturance Company In Ihe World,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further Information concerning ih rnnnim
and for rales of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
J E. Wiseman, Soliciting Agent.
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
company 01 Hamburg.
. ItACKFRLD & Co , AGKXTS.
CapitaUrva Reserve Reichsmark 8,830,000
" their Re-Insurance Companies. 35,000,000
The Agent of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
I standi, are prepared to Imure Buildings, Furniture,
sisiasiiuiiv esssu a iwuu, iiiauuiici jr. cll. 1SA1 kJUUsIf
and Rice Mills, and vessel in the harW, against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BREWER b- C..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
IH1LADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. DREH'EK A- Ce..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
SCHWEIZBRISCHB LLOYD RUCKVER
slcherungs Cesellschaft ol Winterthur.
, HACKFELD & C., AGESTS.
Capital of the Company. ...,,,.. .franca 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture,
KiviviutuuiMi ., . iwiikc, .iiaciuncry. etc, also ougar
and Rice Mills, and vessels In the harbor, againit loss
or damage by fire, on the most faroraU. terms. 1
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
.met company. (l4miUd)
TitEO, II. DAVIES AGSXT.
The above ajrent has received instnictlons to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Torts tn the Pacific, and U now prepared to Issus poll
des at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
ircini per icincnk
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
BISHOP & Co., AGENTS.
Unlimited Liability la Stockholder.
Assets ., ,.ii,t,tee
INCOME EOS tl;9l
Premiums received after deduction f re
insurance ,...,.. Li,
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here. 1
01 aaa rraavctaca.
CASTLE sV COOKS, AGESTS.
We desire to call attention to the fine stock of OILS
which w. now have on hand, comprising
the following (
rrsjsjk Item OU, la jssauiUUM t tsUt
Lard Od, in barrels and cases ;
Cylinder oil, in barrels and In cases I
Castor oil, (two qualuies,) ia cases j
Paraffin, oil, in barrels I
A cheap article for light running machinery, and, for
most uses, fully esutal to the more espensive eels.
WE ALSO EERf IN STOCB
SKIDGATE OIL, In cases.
This oil is sude from shark's livers, and Is fully equal
to lard, and is much cheaper,
DARK LUURICATINQ OIL,inbarreU
JuU the thing for Sugar Mills, Can. Carriers and Cars,
or any slow moving machinery, and at half the
price of, lb. eapenaive out now in use.
In addition to above, we Iteep
Kerosene Oil Downer's, Noonday, Lustra!,
Ncais-fout Oil, bodes) and rswl
Unseesl OU, in quantUUs la sell,
Anj of the best aaatttles. Alas, constantly on hand,
In oil and dry, and ITAMe lemd swtef Jliise. of
dsaVuent s sissies. Just received "
Juat the theag K) cstt HA) frasa.
PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
of every deeciiptluu uaasl eo a Wsmslloa,
FENCE WIRE AND HAUDWA2K of aU kiast
cusisumly en haul ead In sale eheaa by
W W'MmWmJ mJ S'aPts
IH CV. eUnsJ read rushes, UM
WHOLE NUMBER itr4
TJ W. SEVERANCE,
316 Calitornia St., Cal., (Room No. 4 )
IIAWAIIAS COSSVL COMMISSION
ARNDBN ft Co
s;SansomeSt., Near Caiitornia, S. F.
oesehai. rtniviiA.st.yti ahest.sasd
Commhulon Merchant. 1
PRANK II. AUSTIN A Co.,
OrncE No. to Calipornia Street, S. F.,
COMMISSIOS AflESTS .t rOKWAHH-
CVintio'nm.nt ftm.. ,l l(..K.- I. !..(. J.f.. I
-- ..un. ,, H.v.iMii iiiihui uciiriu.
I he best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
QIIARLES DREWBR & Co.
; Kilat Street, IIoston,
AOKSTS Of IIAWAIIAS PACKETS,
(leneral Commltnlon Agent.
Stclal attention given to the purchasing of goods for
Hie Hawaiian trade. I relaht at lowest rales. 1
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
10,000 Pianos j 1,000 Organs; save half) buy of the
manufacturers from j to Jtouo) cash, rent,
or Installments j catalogues free.
ANTISEI.L, corner Market and Powell, San Fran
DALMBR & RBY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The largest and only complete Type Foundry and
Printers' Warehouse on the Pacific Coast.
aoj and aj LeldesdorrT and
Se Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
e keep on hand the largest stock of American Fancy
T)pe ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete slock of MUler tt Rich
ard s Scotch Type j and can
furnish, at short notice.
Anything in the Printer' lines,
from a Uodkin to a Cylinder Press. We have a large
stock of new and second hand Priming Presses of
all makes and sires. We are sole agents for
Camptieirs Cylinder Presses, Cornell and
Uabcock Pres.es: also Peerless, Clip
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSF.S;
new riaxter steam engines, which are Just the thing for
limners, iiictk ,. mer iuoiers, oem taper luttrrs.
and a full line of Sanborn's bookbinders'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the best in
use. nave you useil our 1'erTcction plates!
They save editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore save money,
garSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE,
Resiesiber No house on this coast can compete with
u. 11, ijuaiiij ui coous.
Chicago office 17I Monroe street.
M. CARTER & CO.
e. si; carter,
S. r, GRAHASI.
No. 82 Kins Street, Hoaololn.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
FIREWOOD, COAX AND FEED.
We Would notify th. nuUir. anil )w,,ilinrc t nr.
ticular, that we keep on hand and for sale. In quantities
to suit purchasers and at lowest rates, fuel, as follows I
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut any lengths ;
n. &. V. NBWCASTI.K COAL,
scotph rriAi. .! ,1,.
CELEBRATED WEIXINOfON MINE.
UEl'AKTUKE HAV COAL,
Th. above Can be ordered bv T.lenhnne or nlhrwlu.
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
GIVE USA.CALL .......Telephone, No. joj
E ALSO KEER IN STOCK
HAY. OATS-California and New Zealand ;
IIARLeY Whole and ground 1
WHEAT. CORN-Wbole and cracked ;
BRAN, MIDDLINOS, and other feed.
Order he above through Telephone 'Na 301,
ANp Wf WARRANT
Qnlok DssUrery tuU FssU Welsht.
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Free Delivery to AU Pr.rtt of the City.
Sew, Xo. 88 KUf Street.
Telemione No. 305. 133
T7NTERPRISE FEED COMPANY,
Corner of Queen and Edinburgh streets, Honolulu,
II. J. AONEW, pEorsisTOE,
Informs his friends and the public generally that he
has opened business at the above stand and has
made complete arrangements for a
continuous supply of
which na will orrsa roa sal
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
lie hopes, by giving his best attention, 10 please the
public and to merit a part of their patronage.
A LAECE STOCK OF
WHEAT and OAT HAY.
WHOLE and GROUND BARLEY,
CALIFORNIA and OREGON
NOW ON HAND.
Orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed or na
pay asked. 1 elephone sSo. Ml-tui
EWI NEW I NEW I NEW I
HANDSOME PARLOR SAFES,
SMOKINO TABLES, coraplet. I
INK STANDS, moJOTanJ ancient)
STATUAKY, CRUCIFIXES, ETC.
ros sale ay
AT JHOa. a .THRUM'S rORT-T, STORE