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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISUftlDS, OCTOBER 25, 1S84.
WllOLE NUMHER 2 17.
V5lumk v, Numhku 8.
viioii nui.' iii:vom.
Tlio sccotul Prrtlilout of tlio Unit!
States, John Ailnms, wm tho ton of
litrturr of idftlornta mentis, wlio
ouiiHwllpil to Murk ronatnntljr for the
m PI tort of lil fumiljr, yijeii, nt tlie
age ut '20, III sun grxiUiKtcsl t llarvarit
Oullego, It i (hIiiorIIoii was hi own eitp!
ta.1 for I1I1 strut In nctivo lifts,
Alulruw Jncksou was Iniru In Io lint
in eitnme jxvetty. Ho grew up iu the
OotUof Nurtll Carotins, llriiiR tu tlio
hoiau of it rolntivi, tslicro liU mother
Kof krtl to siiport lierxetf nit lior llirpn
I union K. l'olk, tho tlevfuth Irtnl
tlent, sjietil his eirly tlnjrs on n fsrm Iu
tho wiliierius of North Cnrollnn. Ill
father pltfrtl lilm In n stow with tho In
entlou thitt ho should entrr morcniitllt'
lire; but hti ilUllko for uushipse wns no
gnsit tlint at tlio age of 18 he i smit
1 1 the Murfrcosborough AcnJemy to fit
li'ui for oollegu.
Millrml 1'ilhnorB was tho son of n
N'uw Ywk farmer, ami his home ttnt. mi
huiuulo ciim. When he wns 1 1 vonis of
tgo ho was nnt awny from home to
Irani thu business of ii clothier. Hut
Aid jent later ho entered ft luw ottioo,
uuil at the age of 'li wm mliulttctl to the
James Uttchnunn uiui born in it small
tnHtt of the Allegheny motiutnins. Hl
Inllur wns poor, and by hU own nx tiiiill
his home in tho wililorues. When
James has 8 years of age ho has phu'tn
at school, auiI six years Inter entered
liclinson College, where he gnutunti'il
with the highest honors.
It U well kuown that Abraham Liu
ooln was the sun of parents who cti
tho poorest of tho jioor. Till h mil
ruoru than Ul his homo was t log cabin,
His stteuilnnce At school was limited to J
luw months. From enrly. life he wni
rxmi polled to depend on himself not onl
for his liring, but Also for his success iu
his business and his profession.
At the g? of 10 Andri'W Johnson ws
pprrntirJ to a tailor. Previously hi
mother hud supported him byheronii
l,ilor, lie wa never nble, it is said, to
Attend noiiool. His education he gained
by htsuwueflorts at night, nltor work
ing nil day at his tryde, aud by tho help
of his wife.
The early home of Gen. Ornnt, also,
ou the banks of the Ohio, lnoio than
titty years ago, was without many ot
thu comforts of civilized life. Till he
wiis 17, when he was seut to West
Point, hd lived tho life of a common
boy, in a common home.
James A, Uartleld, like so many of his
predecessors, was born in a log. hut.
When ha was 1 , years old his father
died. The family was poor. Wht-u he
had hardly euterel his teens ho was do
lug n man's work in tho harvest Held
lie learned tho cnrjHjntor's trade, He
woiked on the Ohio canal. He vwli du
termiued, howoTer, to Iiayo an edueti
tion, an ', leaving his plntie ami hu
io tho, ho worked his way through tho
pupanttory school, and, with some help
from friends, was able to graduate at
Tho lives of many of tho Presidents
prove that no boy is so poor but that he
limy hope to attain "tho highest hoilorr
w nlch the American people can give.
ot.n r.A w
FARTS Kit A
Rill Uerndou is a pauper at Hpriug
tleld, 111. He was once worth consider
able property. His mind was the most
argumentative ot any ot the old lawyers
iu the State, aud his memory extraor
dinary. For several years bof oro Lincoln w as
nominated for the Presidency, Herudon
was iu some respects tho most active
member of tlio firm, preparing tho great
cat number of cases for trial and making
tlaborute urgunienta in their behalf.
It is said that he worked hard with
Lincoln In preparing the memorable
speeches delivered by tho man who af
terward became President, duriug the
debates between Lincoln and tyouglas
in 1B53, and iu constructing the Cooiet
Ioititute address delivered by Lincoln a
abort time before tlio war,
Berndon, with all his attainments,
was a man who now and then went on a
spree, and it waa no uncommon thing
lor him to leave au important lawsuit
and speud several days in driukiug and
caxuunlug. This habit became worse
iter Lincoln's death, and, like poor
Dick Yates, Rurudou went down step
by step tilt hit frieuds and associates
jioiut to him as a common drunkard.-
ri.iHTtsa is vesica.
Here ia Venice writes V. A. Croffut
uoUnly except prudish Americans
star teems to clean bliud or draw cur
tatin at night. After writing that last
aatoucc, I looked out of my window,
and within City feet were twenty-two
kada at windows, looking in upon each
vther, Bix or eight coup'ea near me, in
opposite houses, are engaged in violent
Mirtatioua. Flirtation, like fresco, ia
reduced to a tint art iu Venice. Pro
puuialty lends enchantment. At the
distance of four feet all ot Cupid'a ar
rows can be used, and none fly ami.
Couple can shake bands, and I am not
aura but the art ot osculation itself
could be peifonued across this alight
abvaa, it thfi ease were urgent. At
uight one lis the curious sense that he
ia sleeping out of door, or that every
Uly cUo U tkeping iu hi loom. Iu
the morning the little alley ia all a-Out-Ur
with while, a the most intimate aud
coufldcutiat garments ot his neighbors
re being aired at the windows.
RcQUiaia practice : Lady customer
" Will you pUau direct me to tho dress
department T " Obliglug door-walker
"Certainly; walk alougtliU way." La
dy customer " My dear air, 1 coutdu'l
walk Unit way if I practiced for two
Wo you bury iiuarrcl, never rail
tombstone to mirk ita resting
iir.fonriiHi ii. o.v.tr'.irin.iTios.i.
Tho following, from Chamhrr' Jour
nal, Is gusul, and will well repay read
ing : Certain (acuities thero are n re
porter must noeessfirilj hsoa, which,
if not uatural, ran rnrely, If ever, bo no
iiuired, 'lliey may bo developed and
improved, if present in sonio degree;
but they can scarcely be Imparted where
the germ Itself U nltogethor wanting,
lie must lHuuwMtlie faaulty of iutuittte
ly seixtng upon the rssential fenttirtts of
to report, whether It bo a single speech,
an entire meeting, or mime important
public affair extending over day, or
even weeks. It would never do for n re
orlnr, either while an nfiair wan lit
progress, or upon its termination, to bo
nmiously cogitating within himself us to
what Ins should retnin and what he
should reject. All this must bo settled
by the faculty of which wo nro shaking,
nnil uhlch must attract, a to a focus,
the really important points grouping
thctn iu lln'tr proter orvter and within
tho neciMisnry limlls, without loss of
timo or any special effort Wing imohed
hi thu prooos, lie. must also havo an
intuitive perception of tho rolativo value
of words with all their shades of monu
ing, so that he may bo able to employ
just that paiticular word which shall
convoy to the reader the exact sense
and meaning of tho original. Aud with
this latter faculty must bo combined the
gift of facile expression nnd natural and
correct arraugemetit, for woo unto him
if hnbotmdorthonecoHsttyof writing niul
rewriting before hi) can get his compos!
tiou into something lllto proper form.
A rojKirter, too, requircH a well
balanced mind, u cool head, and
an impartial judgment. Wo do
not say a rejKirter should have no llxed
principles, no private opinions of lii
owu, but ha must ha careful not to al
low those opinions to influence his ro
ports. In his degreo ho should a pin
to something liko too impartiality of the
Judge, who, whilo on the bench, knons
uothing of friend or foo, but decides
simply upon tho merits, and altogether
apart from personal considerations. A
repoiter also required to bo able to con
centrate his thoughts upon his work in
any circumstances. Wliila others around
him ore in the wildest enthusiasm, he
must be perfectly cool, and absorbed on
ly in his work. An audience, aftoi
having been held spell-bound by some
celebrated oi-ator, may riso to its feet,
and, by vociferous cheering aud tho
waving of hats and handkerchiefs, give
relief to iU feelings ; but the reporter
must mcautima be careful that ho loses
not ono woriof thnt elaliorately pre
pared and masterly peroration; or, if he
seek relief, it must bo in tho stretching
of his cramped fingers, and tho re-pointing
of his pencils in readiness for the
next speaker. At the scene of some ter
rible catastrophe, others may indulge, iu
symptoms of distress ; but tho reporter
must be engaged iu taking n survey ot
all the surrdundings, and at the same
time making himself acquainted with all
tho painful and oftentimes sickouing de
tails. In times of political excitoment
aud contest, the caution, pntdonco and
judgment of tho reporter aro frequently
put to the severest tests ; and it will bo
well for him in such Jimes if ho bear iu
mind tho old maxim, to have long ears
aud a short tongue.
m Amain miiciiki.is.i unr.Att.
In connection with tho assassination
of President Lincoln, Maggie Mitchell,
tho aotrcss, relates the following extra
"I dreamed on that memorable night
that I saw John Wilkes Booth leap from
the private box of the President at Ford's
Theater to tho stage. He was dressed
as usual, with inimitable taste and neat
ness. He wore a short Spanish cloak,
lined with crimson satin. As he leaped
outo the atago from the box, hurriedly
and excitedly, his cloak tlow open and
disclosed a little white poodle dog un
der his arm. He ran past mo and made
hia exit by the ideutical door through
which he did actually escape after com
mitting the horrible deed.
"I was telling this dream next morn
ing to my sister Mary and a party ot se
lect friends while eating our breakfasts.
I was engaged iu telling my dream, and
beforo getting through with the remark
able details the head waiter came up to
ua with a scared look on his face.
" We were interrupted by hit asking
L us if we had heard the news. Ho then
said tbt,Presldont Lincoln had been
shot tho night twtore; and in lean than
ten minute we "were all electrified with
the astounding news that the assassin
was John Wilkes Iiooth, about whom
we wero talking when tho head wtiiter
first interrupted our chat at the table.
It made a lasting impression on me "
aOLUIKHB' UUMK AT WASIIISOZOS.
The Soldiers' Home, near Washing
ton, national institution for the invalid
soldiers of the regular army, was estab
lished in the year 1821. A tract of laud,
200 acre in extent, waa purchased with
sum ot money levied by Qen. Scott on
the City of Mexico. (Jen. Soott selected
the site. It occupies high platoau
three miles north of the Capitol, and the
drive to it la among the moat pleasant
which the District affords. The grounds
have been increased since the first pur
chase. The building are handsome and
costly, and the ground aro laid out fn
meadow, grove and lake. It has bees
the custom ot the Presidents, since the
administration ot Mr. Pierce, to occupy
ono of the smaller building of the Horn
aa a summer reeort. It wm a favorite
retreat of President Lincoln.
Tin average production ot Spanish
vineyards i set down at 450,000,000 gal
ton, of which the province ot Catalonia
produces one-fifth the ub-provinoe of
Barcelona and Tarragona alone yielding
tu a good year nor than 70,000,000 gal
lon. A -Ultimo, boy can't tiny a pistol
unlet he tak-s a aalema oath thai he I Tui jtwt el Utath Doctor' quai-wa-W
to t-ewt rata. 'U.
iitv. rowr.n or rur. :,
One of the otd-tlmo editors of Michi
gan was Ixiasting that he had never been
mi itl for libel, or attacked In his sanctum,,
but ho could recall many narrow oioaos,
Twnnly-llvii yours ago he was running
red-hot paper on the lino of the Michl
gau Central railroad. A man nunio-l
Carson, who wss running fot some
county ofllce, w ai given, a bad racket,
and the editor receivod a note that if he
'nil anything more to s.iy he might px
xct lo receive good p-Hindlng. He
had a still more hitter attack the next
week, and tho piper was hardly mailed
before in walked Carson, tlio omididate,
accompanied by a brother and two cons
Ins. The four were strapping big fell
lows, and each was arnii'd with a horse
whip. The two compositors nnd tho
"dovil" gut out with all speed, leaving
tho editor without support. He realized
tho situation at once, aud began : -
" Walk in, gentlemen ; I piosuuie you
have come to horsewnip mo?"
"We have," thoy answered,
"Very well. Have you thoroughly
ansiderod this matter ? "
"It doesu't need any consideration,"
replied Carson. " Von have lied about
mo, aud I'm going to lick you within a'.
Inch of your liftil"
"Just so, my filend, but- tlrst hem
what I have to say. Did you evor hear
of tho press doing stopped because the
editor was cowhided?"
" I dnnno." "
"Well, you uover did. XAob. me all
you chooso and my paper conies out
week after week just tho same. Tho
power of the press is next lo tho lovor
which moves tho uuivurso. It makes or
brealsB parties, builds up or tears down,
plants or destroys. Aggravate tho od-"
itor nnd tho press boeomes a sword to
wound and kill. Wollop mo If you will,
but next week I'll come out more blttox
Thero was nn embarrassing silouco
right liuro, and tho face of cash horsa
whippcr had An anxious look.
" It will go out to tlio world to
America, Connda, Ungland, Franco
nyo I clear to Jorusalem. that the Carsou
family of this comity live ou roots aud
jolinuy-cako; that they stole a dog from
a blind man; that they murdered a pod
dler for a pair of 2-shillitig suspenders;
that tho women are club-footed aud the
men work thoir oars when they sing;
aud tho "
" What ia tho regular subscription
price to the Herald " interrupted Car
son. " Only li! shillings a year."
" Tut us four down."
"Vorywell SO that's correct. Run
in and seo me all of you, nnd if any of
you want lo sea any of my Detroit ex
changes I shall ba only too glad to serve
jou." Dctratt Vee Pres.
loi tue ruou is 1)1 Air.
In hi answers to correspondents, Noy
thus discourses l "Carl Schnrz You
aro evidently in error about tho Ute In
dians. They are not farming much this
summer ; so your proposition to pell them
1,000 tbrasbingjuachincA at a discouutis
of no practical utility. The chances aro
that if they had 1,000 Pitts threshing
maohinei they would trado the entire
lot before fall for n plug hat and a pair
of red suspenders. The Utes mu more
to red suspenders and physical calm than
thoy do to agrioulture and Pitts thresh
ing machines. They started nn ouiou
patch on Whlto river two years ago, and
it looked -at ono time as though they
would at least raise one onion to each
five adults on tlio reservation ; but one
momiug thoy got into a discussion about
somo agricultural point whilo weeding
tho fruit, and when they got through
the onion-bed looked as though there had
beou a premature explosion thore, and
the onions were ho mixed up with copper-colored
ears nnd other Indian frag
ments that the whole thing was abau-
ISC1KST MKItlC.il. TltAlSl.SO.
Prof. Huxley, iu his closing address
at tho Interuatiou Medical Congress,
traced the origin of tho healing art back
to the Asklepiads ot Oreooe, nnd the
connection between anatomy nnd modi
ciuo to the Alexandiian School of KrasU.
tratus aud Hcrophilus. Tito London
AcaiUmy thinks (hat tho Hindoo have
at least an oqual claim to have founded
an art of therapeutics upon tho study ol
anatomy. In Hindoo history it Is Im
possible to tix dates ; but tho best era of
Iudiau inedicino was contemporary with
with the ascendency ot Uuddhism. llo
side attending to hygiene, regimon ot
the body and diot, the early Indian doc
tors nndortook t o mont difficult opera
tions with a contldonco that could only
be derived from anatomical study. It
i kuown that students wero trained to
perform operations not only upon wax
models and specimens from the vegeta
ble kiugdom, but alto upon " the car
cass ot a dead bullock," It is said that
tho Oreek surgeons under tho Ptolemiss
were permitted to experiment upon
Two -ITTLX boys iu a suburb of Con
tauttnople were poisoned in a strange
ind sad maunor a few week ago. Their
mother, a poor widow, ou a Monday
-uoruing sent them away to Hohool, hav
ing first given them a breakfast of bread
tnd coffee, the latter being drunk by
them from the same cup. They had not
eeu a half hour iu school whou they
were aeut home feeling ill aud vomiting
rvely. Why thoy should bo ill tin
nother did not kuow until she looked in
the coffee cup and there, taw the re
tnaius of a largo acorpio. The tame
night the little fellow died in great ag
my, and the mother in a day or two
had lost her reason.
LcTBt J; " H mn it not .
tome t 'JO, strong at 30, learnoj tt 40
ml rich t 60, lie will nerer be band
tome, ttxoDg, Uarued or riob in tliit
SMITH A THURSTON, I W. O. Smith,
I. A, 1nmTi,N
.ttlnrnrfi til Isttr,
! MrrHNT Sllllt.
.. Ilninl li
XILLIAM 0. SMITH A
1 1. A, Tiibto- t
t V 0. StttTH. J
Stnrk unit Ittnt lUtnir llrnhrri.
No N tscHAT Stsrsv Hosnt'i
(Ai.iMr, IT? )
Stlfar VhlttsHa. Rsitafttl, IVtrptionr ah! cslirr C -por-ftllAn
Stocks, HdfH ml ftmtUr 5tturtli4
f IWwrfltir sir ttotn ns Communion
Monty 111111 on StacV 5ttittilM
Q H. DOLH,
Vnuitnrlnr ill l.mr
uml X'ulTrwl I'liMIr,
Corsrs Tost and Mrruiamt siri
XJ K, CASTtn,
.Ittnrtifu nt I'Hir "nt Suliirt VitUUt..
,vilen1 all the CourU of ihn Klntil.imr"!,
ttltnrttrff ami 'Vnuttnftor it t,itt
ftrt Fht SrttHKT .
lbbut c. smith,
ttfeitt . .tekiiuttlrttttnrnti id
OrritF With A. S. lUiiwcll. ever ilie Hank'.
pvHS. CUMMINCS & MARTIN
Sttrtroiiv ftMff Hnimrfnittitr 7jrdii.
OkPICR CtlRNftH FUKT ANtl ItKRRTANIA Rt
OfTiri- tlour tHitilg a. m., ami from 1-3 and 6:30-8 r m,
BMGRiiON, M. V.
Phtilchiii uml Sitrgrmi.
TsLSrilOhs Nt'MBSR 149
Office Iioiim from ii to toU a. m ! tl to 4 D
Office ami Keiitrnre, No. a Knkul Mrect, corner Tort
M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
HcHtitl Itonmn tut Fort Street,
Honoiulu . II. I.
Office in Hrewcr'n HlocV., corner Hote ami Fori
Street, entrance on Hotel htrret I
ITILUIAM U. McALMSTEH,
rEHMANKNTlV LOCATRD IN HONOLULU.
Office, cunierm Port niul Hotel Mreet, over Tregloan'
Particular attention inul to rctoratiun goU filling.
Keijinz 00 Kooit work at reawnaiiie cnaige to gain
the confidence or the public l S, oat
rEO. L. BAOCOCK, , '
(LATR OP UAWLAkn)
Teache of the Piano-Farte. A'Idiet I.VCAN ft CO.
Hkidknce No, 10 tlmma Mreet. iBj'iv
O M. CARTUR,
Aiienl to ttthr AelitiatetettifMetit to foii
triict to Labor
Honolulu, Hawaiian Ulanph is
TT HACICrELDA Co.
QurrM Strrrt .
JOHN H. PATY,
.yotari Intlte anil Comtntiton of Deed,
For the State of California and New York. Office
at the Hank of IJnhop & Co.
"" Honoiuiu, Oaiii', H.I.
lo takr Ackiiowtcilitmentn tn Con
t met n for i.ctoor.
iNTming Orncii HOKOtUlU
Carpenter uml JtuUiter
AU kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone No. 130, Williamson' F.xpr
Shop, No. 84 Kinu bTRRRT. ...........
pRANK C?ERTZ, -
700 ami Shormaher
Hoots ami Shoes made to Order.,
No, 114 Fort St(, orrosiTR Pantmkon Stabirs.
A L. SMITH,
importer ami Healer In fllanware,
Merhlen Sllrr-rtatrl Ware,
llrachcl. I'a itr
No. 41 Fort Strrft . . . . HoNotutu
LT rti.1. AiHl.inliin tnsatl ndl t.itT ..-..
-'- ' - pJllttJldtavl iVMAVa ia4 .v -.mv.-.
Wire Wire. Fancv Scans. Picture Frames. Pis
toi ostennonns rovkti uuuery, rowucr, onoi nu
Ammunilion, tur, spool ioitoii, iintne uii, an
klndi ot Matiuneseeuies I'omestic raper rasmons.
Sole agent of ihe universally acknowledged Light
Runnin lniestic Seurin Mar hint
T-1LL1NGHAM & Co.
Imptirteri ami Dealer. In llanlwarf, Cat'
Paints and Otis, and General Merchandise.
No. 17 Fort Strrrt ,. Honolulu
T YONS & LEVEY,
luctloneer uml Camtntmton Merchant,
llKAVKK 1ILOCK, QUKRN SfLFKT, HONOLULU.
Sales of Furniture. Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise, promptly attended lo, hole agents for
American ami f-.uruiwan merchant! i. I I, L.VONS,
ia3-r L.J Lvrv.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN'
vttstiucnt Company (.limited.)
Money loaned for long nv short periods on approved
curiiy. Apnly to W U GRF.EN.
OfTicc Itear Hlocl, Fort St. Manager,
T W OIRVIN,
rniiiinffH Merchant nml General Oeater
In Dry iloml,
Wailuku, Maui H.I
Groceries, Hardisart, Slalionery, Palenl Medicines
1'tifuinery and Cta-sar I
S. CKINUAUM ft Co.
Importer ami Wholetale Healer In Vem
..(Juiin Sraaar, Honoluiu
S. GRINDAUM & Co.
Furwanllno) ami Cummtttlon Merchant
ii, C-LivntiMtASr. 5am pRAitco.
Special Cactiiiies fxaod oartlctiUr aiientum paid lo
oxuairaaienu of J-Und broduc. t
-pllB CERMAN1A MARKET.
HONOll'LV, II. I.
H'ef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb, I'oullrg
Consiantly oa hand, and of chokett quahty. Posk
S.suz Bolofiias, etc.,alwa)t on land. Oor meats
fauhfully attcndtU to, and dctivisreii In any part of the
city. Siop on Hotel Mreet, bnween Unlooajsd l'ot
Streets. tso-oia) (i. RAUI'P, ProprMor,
. au cut ana lmt up tn rjsatern sttM. au 4rs
P II. OEDINO,
Krpre and llrmyinan.
Freight, Packaies, and t-tM deliiered 10 anj from
all parts of llonu)uliai viciwty. Careful at.
lenltot paid la niosin4 Furnuuie, with
WAGONS CXPKESSLV lOR THK PURPOSE.
'telephone Mi Reside-, ajj Pu hUiol stteet.
Ortwe, K. Ku.J Uliret. lotVU
run as'h nutLimu.
AEI.Kl'ltONK, NO. -At
n litolttillt rrrrlnl nul ltriiilrr,t.
MHN -JKHtSlISIIBD; BY THR DAY OR
workTjh'h IN ANY PART OP THE
Shop aty r.iia.uclWAlUlkllroail,
T iwn onfwt'fcAjr (rf Itft t theofTi.c of
-- s. . .. .. n....
A. 1. IUUM1,
,t k.4. -3
,tt(PVitrf nt Jtfrrtitttl .Snllritnrtn Chttttcrrff,
Practices Inthi Coitrttf Ami prrpxtm l)tnU, Wills
Mortgage, !- Conttwu. A(refmfnt, etc , ntl
negmlaiM MettntJ t etc
Hondm i.ti,ijT7..?V7rr.i.i II. t
Orrfti-iiliiiT l"Al ml Mrrchant SlntlV.
ranii toi'Fnsr SraaRT
KtlAVorVtilt e.ni. k(nd mJe to orJer, amJ
jtL tllncriiiltoin coii tt a mly on haitJ. Al4
oi tne r
Y & CO.
MttnfitrhtrerB of Hunt tut iHnrn.
iMroKtrm anu iiiialrk)in
lh" moM contiIete Mock In tlit klngjom.
Ktiif trett(near AlaVea) Honoluliit
T M. OAT, JR., A CO.
Mttttlonrrn (lint Xrtri Dealer.
Jtetl ttuMwr .Htamfi Afjriicy
OA7RTTIt Hl-nCK No. 5 McttCHANT STHHKT
303 Honolulu, H. I.
Honolulu . .
Canity Manufactory ttttl
, II. I
Nuniher 71 Hotel .treel.
Pastry Cook anj Haker.
Wlueen Port anil Nutianu
CBRBWRR & COMPANY,
(leneral Mercantile anIConiMl4Mton Agent
CJukKN Stmigt, Honoiuiu,
OrTicert -P. C Jonei, jr., pre.!Jent anJ manager;
(oseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors ;
loui. Charles K. HWiopaml H. A. P, Carter; Henry
May, auditor, iz9
Heater In Choicest Jteef, Vral, Mutton, Ktc.
So. 6 -Quit en Strrrt, Fish Market.
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to,
LUe Stock furnUheU to Veiels at .horl notice.
Vegetables of alt klndi ftpplied to otder.
lfthoni...... , .No. ata.
- Imkihtrr ako Pralxs n
Furniture of Errry Dewrlpllon, AIo
Ifphotaterer ami Manufacturer,
Furniture Warerooms No. 109 Fort Stieet. Work
shop at' old Mind on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended to. 13
A W. RICHARDSON & Co
Importers and Dkalkrs in
Boot, Shoe, J-,ur$tlhlua Gootl, Hat.
C( Trunk, Valine,
Perfumery and Soaps, Waliham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc,
Cons pr Fort ano Mprcmant Stkkfts, Hokolulu
Jeweler nnd Htamoml Seller,
No 60, Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H.
(Opposite Hollister & Co.),
Particular attention paid to repairing.
PD. HOFPSCHLARGBR & Co.
Iiiijiniler ami Commiltin Merchant.
Honolulu Oaiiii. II. I.,
Jfoune ami Si an Valnter,
Pamir Hankkr, etc,
No. to; King; Strrrt
healer In fli-w-f1ooli, Hire, Tea, Silk anil
yaneu Uootl, Hal; Hoot ami
Shoe, Uran, feed anil Hour,
Cigar anit Tobacco.
Also proprietor of Klct and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, Etta, and Hecia.
Nulanu ANn CiiArLAtM Snt Honoluiu
Importer of lleileral Merchamlln from
France, Knglantl, Germany ami
Ihe Untleil Stale.
No. 58 CJi'mN. SrT ItnNOLUL,
iiSANnailCALiroaNiA SraaiT . .San Fiancisco,
Particulv attention paid to Ailing and shipping It
THOS. G. THRUM,
lUrOPTINO ANO MANirrACTURtNG
Ntaltonert Xew Ayenl, Vrlnter, Hoak
hlHilertrte., Ani publisher u( tit SAttJuusv Phrss, and ttssvdA
mnAtfuiMxc mmj A , Merchant aireet. Deal
er In tine Stationery, UAs, Music, Toys and Kanc
Goods, Fort street) near Hotel, Honolulu,
Watchtnukrt !etret$r, Kngrnrer, and
No. hi Fort Strrrt ,.1Iomoll'lm
All orders f-iihfu'.ly cxecutetL 3
-IITC-NO LBONQ CO.,
Agent for 31anul augar, Pntnmn Hire
And Kailua Rice PUntatlon and Hill.
Nvvanv SrrT CoaN.a MaaiNa
K lai-iy ,
jp C. COLBMAN,
Hlaekmllh, Maehlnl!, Carriage Work,
Honolulu , II. I
Plantation Machinery, etc.
neat to Castle A Cook. a.
Shop on Kin, Street
C P. ADAMS,
Auctioneer and Commhion Merchant,
QlsiM SreartT. HtNouriL-
I BWBRS It COOKB,
(Svctaaaoai TO l.S ft DltKSON.)
Imtmrter and llemler in Lumber aud alt
t sWauf. of MnUJIng Material.
Foar Siaitr Iloxouau
Tinimllh and' fluutoerf, Healer In
lew... Mange,' Tin,"
No. Kit'ANtr Sister. Honolulu
v a it vim
MctNTYKB At DROTIIBK,
Con. Kino and t'oar Sra
p A. SCIIA-FBR at -.
iMMiifrra nn,l Commh.lnn Merrhtitit,
Miuciiant Sraaar . . . Honoiulu
A S, CLRGHORN A Co.
fmjioiffr ilm llrnler in fpnrritt Jfr
Corner Quf en anil Kaatiumanu Strrtlt, Honolulu.
(rcuMMLV with oum ft ro.)
HAorfttiff mu! Itrtrttl titortr,
tit, Kino Stmkt Unikb Harmony Hall.
Family. PtaniRiton. ami SMp Hutm MipplieJ at thott
tvxkr New ro-t by tvry .tamr. Orrr from
t!i other IliiJr-.tl.fiillr enmitetl,
telephone No, it?. "7S''P
LTOLLISTBK ft Co.,
Wttntemtt ittul Hrtntt DruutfUt miff Tn
Ha. 59, Nl'uamu SmtT.sit .,tfTVT.iMtoHoi.ljLH
i I-.- -.-..-.M.,-i---i.-..i .,------.,--. tii ina-T-J.i-i
OHN T. WATBRHOUSR,
IUT W. McCHBSNBY & SON,
I)RAI f IN
leather, Hltten, Taltnw ami Cvtttmtnlon
AnenH for the Royal Soap Company.
No. 42 Qukrm Strkrt.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Healer ht Lumber and all ktmt of ffufiN
luu Material, Paint, Oil, Sail, etc,
HoNOLUtu, !!. I.,
AGRNT3 OP SCHOONEM
HaleakaU, Kulamantt, Kekauluohl, Mary Rllen,
Ullima. Pauahl and Lcahl.
At Robin on' Wharf. 1
T YCAN ft CO,
lmiortrr ami Deatrr Mn all khul of
, Muntc flooitm, AVaney Oooil,
Nns. ioj anp 107 Fort St-fft.,
Furniture. Chairs. Sew in? .Machines. Mirrors and
Mirror Plates, Picture Frames and Cornices made lo
ler. tu -it
Watchmaker ami Jeweler,
Watch repairing mad a Speciality,
All orders from the other Islands promptly attended to
No, 55, HotplStrrft Honolulu, H.I.
rropp & co
74. , , Kino Strfpt
Uiiliitt.terrri, rirttprra il Drnlrr in till
Aliiif. nf FitrnUtirti
Tclcplione No. 143.
Tin, Coiiprr nml Sheet Iron Worker,
Sloven nnd Haiiffe.
of all kind., numbers' Mock and metal. houe fumiih-
in; goods, chandeliers, lamp etc
Nn. t Kaahumanu Stsfi-t.. Honolulu
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
StentH Knfflnea, Boiler, Sugar Mill,
Cooterf Iron, Jfrif.t rrnil Leail Carting.
Machinery of eery description madi- to order.
Particular attention paid to bhip'i Hlacksmithing.
job work executed ou the shortest notice. 10
nHEO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(Latr (anion, Grehn & Co.)
Importers and Cammllon Merchant,
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underuriterst
Uritish and Foreign Marine lnsuiance Company, and
N'orthem Assurance Company, 1
L7 O. HALL & SON..,., (Limited)
IMPORT IRS AND DRALRRS IN
Hardware and General 3lerehandUe,
Cornkr op Kino and Fort Strkkts, Honolulu
William V, Hall. President and Manager
UC. Abies t,. . .-..Secretary and Treasurer
George B. Howe Auditor
Directors II. May K. O. White. isi
y m. oat a Co.
.sjiilliiinAir, Hag of all rierrlitlon
mail anil repaired.
Honolulu ,,.,. H.I
Loft in A. F. CooVe's new fireproof building, foot ol
Nuuanu Street. a3
PHILLIPS ft Co.
importer and Whole le Dealer fi Cloth'
(nu, Moot, Shoe, Hal, Meuf tr
if. Moot, Shoe, Hal, Men's ii
nhhlnu llowlt. Fancy Gootl, Ktc,
tntnu iiowit, M-ancy now, ic,
Kaahumanu Strrrt ., .Honolulu
LEVEY ft CO.,
r7ior-iJ and He tit It Grocers,
Sm-KT , , .Honolulu
Fresh srocries and provisions ol all kinds on hand and
received rttfularly from Europe and America which
will be sold at the lowest niaiket rates.
Goods delivered to an) part cT Ihe city free of charcsv
Island orders solicited ami prompt attention wdl be
given to the same. Iia.ii
A W, PBIRCB Lo.
JMIji Chandler ami CommlultH Mir
chant. Honoli'LU, Hawaiian Islanpsw
Aientt for Brand's Guns and Homo Lancet and Per
ry Davis' Pain Killer.
-THU BNTBRPRISB PLANINQ MILL.
Auskfa Sr., nsa Qun St.,
TELEPHONE Ha, jj.
C. J, HatdM, Protuletor,
COMTRAOTOR am- BUILDER
PUnin., Shaplo-r, Turninf ,
Band and Scroll Smwlntr,
Doors, Sevt-, BUodt, Door
od Window Frames,
SUirt, made to ordtr,
H.ir.l uhiI ! Tree Mood '.r Sale,
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Alwa)t -T.tlTtl .
U-j AMsce, aTlieiMnj promptly
rlyWiy patternr wiikusit
A new pply of latest U)lrs just received to U re
blMlsh.4 eh mnh anj fur tale at their marked
ptke'at .TIIOSO.TIIItUMS e
auo-iu isiar Sr.btoaa
All orders rill4r
attended to. AnmM
sir a ihar'ror lnlttt 4 Ji-' lo-V
- jfev '
ISIIOP A CO., SUn-tr.
HoholILU, Hawaiian litANtn.
Dt-iw rehan(f on
rilK HANK OF CALIFORNIA,
AnJ ttiflr tfrntila
Mn. N M, KOrllSCIIII.DfcSONS,
Tti.COMMKRCIAl. BANKING CO,
OP SYUNKY, I.ONIMJN,
Tl.r COMMERCIAL 11ANKINO CO..
Or SYDNEY, SYDNEY,
TMIWPIWHr NRW ZEAIJ17UJ j '
rilK liANKS OK IlkiriSII COLUMBIA,
VICTORIA, H.Cf AND TORTLAND, OR.
Traniarl a Cmnal Baniinr IIhiIiiiii.
COPYRIGHT OF Wm. B. OLESON.
He It remembered, thai on the Kigbieenth (18th) day
of September, a. ti.. -13.. Wm. H. Oleson. of llll.
dland of Hawaii, IflrWaiian Islands, In accordance
Mtth Section 3 of an "Act lo encomagt learning In this
Kingdom, by lecuring the copies of Chans at. Hooks
lo the A-tKors anil Proprietors of such copies," ap
proved on the 3 1 st of December, A, D,f 1864, has u.
wsited in this Office, the title of his book t " -.kcliim
I.RSVINS POR HAWaMANS."
'I h rights of which he claims at owner and proprl
etor. In witness vheieof. I have hereunto set m
hand and caused Ihe sca! of Ihe Interior Department to
be affiled this Klghteenlh (18th) day of September, a. ti.
I884. CHAS.T. fit LICK,
(sral! Minister of the Interior.
C W. MACPARLANr. M. R. MACPAhLANR.
Qj W. MACPARLANB ft CO.
InportrSi Comutaalon Mrokaiatt
and Sim-jr F-sotorte
Fire proof Iluildlng.,. ,, ..Queen street, Honolulu
Kilauea Sugar Co, Kauai,
'Ihe Waikapu Sugar Plant ac Ion, Maui,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii
Honohina Sugar Co, Hawaii,
Huelo Sugar Mill, Maui,
Huelo Sugar Plantation. Maul,
Reciprocity Sugar Co., nana,
Makaha Sugar i'lantaiion, Oar..,
Ookala Sugar Co- Hilo, Hawaii,
Olowidu Sugar Co. Maul,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J. b owler ft Cos Steam I'low and Portable Tramway
Mirrless, Watson ft Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
Sun Fire Insurance Co. of London.
fASTLB & COOKE,
Shipping and CotnmHlon Merchant,
No. 80 King Strkkt Honoluli
importirs and uralhrs in
The Hitchcock & Company! Plantation.
TheAtciander& Baldwin Plaitation.
R. Hahiead. or Waialua Plantation.
A. H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauat.
J, M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
Ihe Haiku Sugar Company,
The Kohata sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company ol San Franicsro.
The New Kngland Life Insuranca Company of Boston
Ihe Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston
D. M. Weston'i Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
"the Merchant's Ilne, Honolulu and San Francisco
Or. Jaynes ft Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox ft Gibb's Singer Manufacturing Company.
Wheeler ; Wilson's bewinr Machines. i-vtyr
FFlCE OF J. E. WISEMAN,
FIREPROOF BRICK BUILDING,
So. a Merchant Street. Honolulu, II. I,
T omly It)nn-lw4 Otutantl oslaew
Ati-t la t-aKtdu
Real Bitsta Broker, Uf loturasc. A(nt,
Custom Hous. Broker, Bmployawat A(.nt,
Money Broker, Fix. Insurance Agent,
And General Buslniss Agent.
Rhal Ratatr DarARTHlNT Buv and sell Rtal
Kstat. In all Darts of the Klnedoui: Value Real Estal.
and prooerty of all kinds; Kent and las llouss Cot
lues, nuunis aiiu ...uu. nuciiu iu iwurMui , x...
lages. Rooms and La nil; Attend lo Insurance, 1 axes.
Repatiine and ColLKtinf of Renuls; Draw LA-gal
Kepalitng ana collecting or sscniais, traw iegai
Papers of every nature, Search Title Records, etc, etc,
EsirLnYMKNT DarA.TMKNT Find emulovment tu
all branches of industry connected with the Islands.
GaNtHAL ButiNKss Mattkms Keeu Books and
Accounts; Collect Bills; l.oanand Invent Money; Pen
manship, Engrossing and all kinds of Copying done:
Procure Fire and Life Insurance; Advertisements and
Correspondence attended to.
(Va-rnu. ItnutK llBONBB Attend to all Entries
through power of attorney and otherwise. Merchants
will find Ihif department a special benefit lo them at I
attend lo the delivery of invoice complete.
SolicitiniI Ar.BMT for the Mutual Life Insurance
(jtmauw ot New Yotk. the tersest, erandesl and
soundest Insurance Company In Ihe world.
Tourists and Travelers, and those seeking perma.
neeit homes on the Islantlt, will find It lo their advan;
lege to consult n personally or oy tetter waen suwaute
accommodations are required, and they will find It to
tnetr interest to call on me for general in
lalnlng to the Islands.
Correspondence solicited from abroad and orders
accepted and sued lor Hawaiian s.sinoa, rerns, s.onu,
Shallt, lava Specimens, photot. Views, etc, etc, apper.
taming to the Islands,
urden ce every nature auenucu so, cowing irosss sne
CONTRACrOR and, BUILDER,
HTKAM fLANIXO MII.I.H
Manufacttsre all kends of
aad all kiodt ot wood-work tolirav,
Tasraleag, tarallt tuttl Wa4 Msjretas
All Hods of Planing and Sating. Mortising, tad Tan
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTKNDIO TO AND
' WORK. GUARANTIED!
batist joa raiNTiNO
eaecaud to sadei at Ik Satliia raaaetaace)
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. ? Port StrMt. Ha-tlmla,
IMfOara, AND btLta IN
furls, Allathmmlt, oil nnJ rrMrM.
Ac.NT roi Tll
Wmit. anJititl.iniir.KvNNiNri Ntw Hani Mau .,
It.oarJ'l Machin. NlrJtM, all VlnJi
Cnlktin SilV, in all colon an- Ui.l t
llaibour'l t.ln,n rhrrad,
(.UiV'i O. N. I Maclilnt Cotloa.
Afmt, Ihmtttifl KtlialU Cut iftr Pttlmt
(Ivn, an- SroariNO OooM,
Siicit, Pownia, CAfi,
naj.lt tALLIC CAItIX
KKHU.IKSK arorlra. In ull rim,
Importar and !al In
KEROSENE FIXTURES. . .
CliifiJtli.M. LamiM. Paad il. Brackat I
0 TuUlar, Sidt TubuUr, BoUtat -,
anil Polk. I.anl.rai; Nun, Fk-.i, sal
1 all. Lamin ; CloU., C-lM)rt, RrfaMws,
Lamp HolJiri for Mwfnf-msctilo.1.
STOVER AND RANOES Unci. Sau, '.
Wlrnl, RkhmonJ, " Ka Mol," Pl, OatMl.,
Ilaaratt Aloha Almcla Flora.
RANOECouklnc capacity or ttw
FRF.NCH RANGF.S-For restaurants, lutala, ss4
private tesldences, with or without hot wal
WESTENHOLMS IXL CUTLERV!
A fine atsoitmenl of Table, Dewrt, and Tat)
Knives and Forkl J Carvers and Steele, tra
plaln and ornamental Ivory handle. I ale.
Pocket Knives, Rarort, Shears. Butte. he
and Udiet' Scissors, Bread Knives, eeamlae
French Cook Knives, Butcher and Kntkea
BASKETS I . . t
Udiet' Woik-sland Basket; Oftce, Li,
Laundry and Maiket Baskets.
DOORMATS Atsorted sires and patterns.
Rogers Brothers and Meriden Platio( Wort ;
Water and Cream Pitchers f Table, Deeect,
" and Tea Knives; Forks and Spoont, Seoon
HolJert, Napkin Ktnit, Children's MufS
Pickle and Cruet Stands, Butter Bowls.
Card Receivers, Fruit Stands, Preaerr.
Nickle mounted Tea Sets, in part or whole,
very neat and desiiabte; plain Cookusg
Utensils in large variety,
STAMPED TINWARfc: . , t
Milk Pans, Puddinf and plain Baaiai, MUk
Boitert ; Rice. Jelly, and lce-czee.ni Moulda
new palterns in Slew Panv
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned Iron, from ) pint
to l gallon.
JAPANNED WARE: , ,
Toilet Sets, Toilet Stands, Water Coaler)
Cake. Cash, and Knife Boies; Spstteeat
Cuspsdors, Children's Trays.
Fairbanks' Platform,-Counter, and Klscken
Molina Plows, Shovels, Spader, Hoet. lUke e.
Rice and Manure Forks, Oot, Hoe llandlee,
-Plow Handles and Beanu.
ICE CHES1S and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER CUTTERS Three tine, H
l, 1H1 and e-inch cut, an A l article.
Warranted best grades New York standard,
and carbolired, H, Hi I, lX, H 13d1
Hose, norrlet and sprinklers, Ac.
PLUMBER AND TINSMITHS" MATERIAL
Sheet Lead, a to re lbs. square foot I Seal Pis
lead and cast iron; Water Closets, Cteas
Sheet Tin i Sheet Copper, clean and linnets,
li to to or. J Hose Bibbs, Rosin; Slake,
black and enameled; ditto Washstaads j
Sheet Zinc : Soft Solder, our own Bake,
GALVANIZED IRON IPE to i Inch; elUwt
T reducers, plugs, bushing-.
PIPE VICES, take H to inch pipe; stocks and diet,
nits H lo 3 Inch pipe,
BIRD CAGES-Largttt variety la market, pelolea
bright, anl brass wire.
BABV CARRIAGES, Hoys' Wheelbarrows and O.
AGENT FOR , . . ,
Hall's Juslly-celebrated Fire and Burglar DrMsT
Safes. We keep In Mock Ihe largest a an
ment of Safes lo be found west uTCaliferala.
Cuts mailed upon application.
USSni - ss.e. wniiiiiii i
Just the thing for use on plantations wseea
Metro it available. Small tire snakes la lee
Ice in four hours ; second sire, y. 1st. la Mean
hours. Cuts, with full direction far trttrklaa,
mailed to your address oa epeJlcalloa. W
are embodied to deliver these autckua
alongside at makers' prices, adding 01. to.
ol packlng-catct and freights.
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds In tin, cawaat. sal
sheet-iron working attended to. Watk-akea
over store. Work eieculed by tissaate.1
workmen at reasonable prices.
BEAVER BLOCK, FORT STREET.
' Nimble tiapence better than a tlow skiUiag "-as4
aVT DON'T FOROET IT. Mt t
sQUARB TO A CBNT.
THR MK4HOH Of Otat MtCCMU.
Wt tta btttkutt wi strict ttlirlilta ..
ate. ar a testd mtneutf, at a tttsW.
turn rmmcmxTAQ omit im abbmb
to tbi: coat or tmm bobbm.
OUK MOTTO t
-A child of nse yeevrscanlwy ascheapataasaaet
tnerieace.--li faltkfuUy Uhturaled.
Make no raluake I See the naeve of
a. COBM e CO.,
TBMPLB OP FASHION.
te tatt t, fart Strati,
TNO. o.rywLBR c.,
Are frepmrtd to furnUet Jfttraa aVaMt Mr-
Witk or witkoat Can and Lrxaeaetlraa, :
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR rLANTATtOktS.
tSeaiueal Bailtrsas, and Locoatotlvsw aad caw, Tra
jflraMfJy!11-, g; fairs' J?1,