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Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
. Hummocks from $3 to $7.50. '
BeV Wo liavo lately received several invoices of
K1 Plows, made specially for the Island trade,
Hs- y tD0 Molino Plow Co., mid arc still able to furnish nil styles and sizes, with
WEg-, extra parts, at lowest prices.
Mg'' x In addition to our regular stock, which is more complete than evcr.bcforc,
KW wo navo rccelved many NOVELTIES to which wo Invite the attention of buyers.
Ipf A Fine Zinc of Revolvers
!$' At the Lowest Trices ever offered in tlio market.
ImL 2g DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Strcot.
if EGG BEATERS Cultivators
RAJ Dillingham &.Co's jfe T
hRj' . For Sale by
mm Dillingham & Co.
SSSKii ' BS3MU3BHBB 'tiS-mMi "
MTV' n i JSHH?G- IL EOBBRTSON,
K' ' mmaMmmm fi&d) igMfl. Drayman-best teams
J7 ' " s E3Ell l l0W11, '4'elcphono No. C5. 15
!i "N fciiii 31 LJK U. A. P. Carter. P. C. Jonen.Jr.
m Qt I i ill, aS n B R E W E R & 0 6 . ,
jjj MIBIHi IIIM Jl, i.TMM Orf "'Shipping and Commission Merchants
' 7" ZSffl HFfJ Queen street, Honolulu. 1
; '' jBEasma CQ gjJI EDTH0SCH JAEGER & CO.,
;' , -2 IffllJ . importers and Commission Mor-
I M .g'ggl J-QIIN T. WATEIffloS;
- . & S EpS' w Impoiler and Denier in General
' tW Ss- .jSSS iO --Sl Mcichundisj), Queen Bt, Honolulu. 1
FH 3&SLb jg j --
fev'O 1 .." jnr
fl? r VTiW)irnif .0pj QIIARLBS T. GULICK,
' v mnm p"jj notary iudmc,
''Jia, - f . Agent to tnko Acluiou Judgments to
, ,','( laBBaaoBHl IffSllJ Labor Contractu,
iSfo " Sl AND GENKUAI-' "UHIXESS AGENT.
jMJjjItf mmammWtF 15 "H Olllco, in Miikco's Hlock, corner Quoon
BJK: &l -Jl and llaalmmaim strcnts, IIoiiolulu. 21
(HI1 ImnuH H TKOWN & PHILLIPS, Pinulicul
!Bgv I'lumbeis, GiiBFKtorHuiul Cnjijier-
MKi;' sniltliH, No. l8NuuunilBf,T4.IiiMi!iilii.
nnd Dealers tn
"When physicians discovered that
pain could bo subdued by inserting
umler tlio skin a small pointed in
strument provided 'itli- u tube con
taining mornhin, they little thought
(hat they were paviijg the way for n
now vice. Yet so it was. Thcro are
in our merry, England beings who
no as wholly mder the domination
of juoqhia ns over was Chinese un-
tj r that of opium. "Women have
Med by degrees to its 1'nta! fas
cination, until tit last they prick the
skin a dozen times a day with the
tiny syringe Unit has such toirible
results. The operation is almost
pcinlcbs, the immediate eflcctu pleas
nut. A delicious languor supervenes.
Happy thoughts and bright imagin
ations fill the mind. Some see
beautiful visions, others feel only a
pervading sensation of comfort and
wcll-beimr. On a few tho effect of
morphia is to excito to some intel
lectual effort, if effort that can bo
cnlled which is pure delight, a glori
ous feeling of untrammclcd power
or uncrippled excrcisb of tho high
est fncultics. It is ns though tho
mind had suddenly developed wings.
But at tho very height of tho. en
chantment the influence of morphia
begins to subside. Tho glory fades.
The wings trail, and tho feet that
are their sorry substitutes become
weighted as with lend. As with the
workers, so with tho dreamers. The
visions are obscured. Tht sensation
of comfort gives place to one of dis
comfort, irritation, oven pain. The
mental vision that had just now
looked through a rosy mist sees all
tilings as through a crape vail or a
November fog. Can it be wondered
at that the dose is renewed, that the
poison is absorbed again and again,
that the intervals becomo shorter
and shorter between tho reign of the
And the end? The punishment is
terrible indeed. By degrees tho
mind becomes darkened. Hideous
hallucinations seize upon it. Self
control is lost. Imbecility overtakes
the weak. Madness threatens tho
Thcso. aro the personal conse
quences. There aro others to bo be
queathed to sons and daughters, and
later generations. These can be
guessed at. Tlio now yieo has not
reigned sufficiently long for tho
world to have scon them exemplified,
but a dark array of possibilities
suggests it&elf only too readily. Tlio
heritage of insanity, of inebriety, of
imfoeilitj', with its futiii e to bo traced
back to those tiny tubes which hold
only a drop or two, and to which
men onco looked as ljo iblcbsed
means of relieving pain, forgetting
that blesfaings and curbos go" hand in
hand in u crooked world. Dipsom
ania lias now a powerful rivtil,
speedier in its result than "its own
revolting process, and eventually as
degrading. The name of the latter
uuni rsiatur iiuuu is uiorpuoinaiiia.'
H1IACKFELD & COMPANY,
General Commission AsrclitH,
queen Mieet, Honolulu. l
WOHN Is the
Largest and Best Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of all dcscriptiont and guarantees to keep a full supply
w constantly on hand.
UScnd orders to A.
Call and Select one for yourself,
And avoid the risk and expense from ordering abroad.
At 107 Fort Street you will find tlio
Largest Stock of Musical Merchandise
Ever seen in this Kingdom, including the .
Steinway Pianos, Mathushek Pianos,
Weber Pianos, Fischer Pianos,
Westermeier Pianos, and
Woodward & Brown Pianos.
Also, a largo stock of ORGANS, ranging from 45 to 250-
GEO. F-. WELLS, ' '
25 . 107 Fort Street, Honolulu.
TELEPHONE NO. 179 connects
with Wells' Now Musio Storol
If you want your Pianos tuned, ring
us up! 13
At Dillingham & Co's
TUST RECEIVED "THE LAND
of tlio Midnight Sun," Summer
mil Winter journeys- through
Swollen, Norway, Lapland ami
Northern Finland; by Paul IJ. Du
Cltulllu, witu map and 205 illuatm
lions. Price, 2 vols, $7.50.
J. V. Roheutson & Co.
.Ooffe and Tea' Pots,
'' ' Tiiiwaie, Etc.,
At Dillingham & Co's
il "DREADAMITES, OR ADE
t MOXBTRATION ofthoox
ihteiico ofnu'ii boforo Adam," witli
cJuuIh anil illustrations, liv Alex.
Wliicholl, LhU Hound in ulotlt,
l'l loo SX76. For fculo by
W.S.LubcT: V ' - ' A?TtfS5Hi!
uivjlm,.) -I , J. o X . ., trffit
W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
Sliippcd direct to
. F. WELLS'
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