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VOL. 1II.---NO. .'3.'30.
Pacific Coiiiiiiemal Advertiser
Every Horn ins? Except Sundays.
D.ui.v P. ('. AiVKKMsKJt, one yt ur $i, f,o
Daily I'. C. AiJVtaTisF.it, six months :? oo
Daily P. C. AuvKi'.TisKP., thr-- months 1 .".0
Daily P. C. Auvkrtiskr, per rn.jnth ."ji
Wt-KK-r.Y P. V. A ijV;itTisi.i:, on- year 00
Foreign Subse ription. W. P. ( '. A. ; iiic!ii!iu
post'iSff.i r, 50
I'ltynblf lnvn r'nOily in A'ivnii t
BILL NYE ACQUAINTS THE WORLD
WITH A NEW RESOLUTION.
Little t liat With I'resideiit Arthur
and Secretary Lincoln Hrilllant
Talk Ahont the Weather.
When President Arthur paid a visit to the
great National Park several of the prominent
men of "Wyoming, ineludinfj myself, went up
to Green River, whore the Presidential party
would leave the sicial train ami, under an
escort, cross over land ; to tint park. There
were half a dozen of us w ho felt as though
the northeast corner of the national fabric
rested on our shoulders, and we felt that so
long as the President was to visit for a num
ber of weeks within the borders of Wyoming
we ought, as a matter of common oliteness,
to go and giw him the freedom of the park
and the Shoshone Reservation.
In the party we had a member of tha
Supreme Court of the Territory, the United
States Marshal, the present Surveyor General
of the Territory, and myself.
When tho President's train arrived, bear
ing, besides the President, Gen. Sheridan, Sen
ator Vest, Secretary of War Lincoln, Col.
Sheridan and others, we waited quite awhila
for the President to come out and see us, but
he remained in his car. Thinking at last
that pei haps the President had not heard that
we were there, v-i walked around the train
a few times, so that he could see us and call
us in and converse with us. P.ut he made no
overtures whatever, and w e finally had to go
into his car and introduce ourselves. lie may
have been overjoyed to see us, and doubtless
was, but he has remarkable control over him
self that way.
"When the President took my shapely hand
in his and Col. Sheridan told him w ho I was,
ha looked me square in the face with a sort of
rising inflect ion as though he might be try
ing to rememler w ho I was, but could not.
At that moment I w ould have given 1 2 it t
could Lave thought of the proper thing to
say. The more he looked at me w ith those
dark, sorrowful eyes of his and patiently
waited for nio to say something, the less 1
seemed to have my mind with me, and I wanted
to tell him that in the hurry of starting off, X
Lad left my thinker at home on the piano.
At last I got desperate and said: ''Mr.
President, don't you think we are having
rather a backward spring?"'
That was nearly two years ago, and he tai
never, officially or otherwise, gratiGod my
morbid curiosity. He still looked at me la
dumb wonder and surprise. Ferhi'4.3 he felt
oppressed with the pomp and glitter of my
Marshal Schnitger and Surveyor Genera
Ifeldrum dropped into an easy conversation
with General Sheridan and fought their bat
tles over again. Just then Judge Blair wa
presented to the President and I fell into th
Lands of Secretary Lincoln.
Probably the Secretary still wakes up
nights and thinks with pleasure of that little
chat we had together at Green River.
looked at me in an attentive and interested
way that flattered me at the time very much,
but when I saw him a half hour afterward
looking at a young cinnamon bear in the same
way, I was no longer proud.
Casually I looked up at Judge Rlair and thi
President to see how they were coming on.
The President had nailed the Judge with tha
same earnest, expectant look, and the Judge
was feeling of his head to see if it wore there,
and at the same time was trying to think of a
Just then the President seemed to think c
iomething that he had left in the other car.
He rose and with a firm, dignified step.
walked away, and I have never seen him '
since. Neither has he seen me since.
Ji It is 5-ears since last we met,
And we may never meet again:
I have struggled to forget,
But the struggle was tn vaiil."
Soon afterward Me all hastily withdrew.
We thought it would le better for us to with
draw before the re.-t of the party did. It
would be more etiquette and bonhomie.
Take it all around, we had a very pleasant
call on the party and everything passed c2
smoothly. Still, I made one resolution on that
occasion which I have rigidly adhered to.
When I call on another President of the.
United btates it will be when he sends a
double barrel quo icunanto after me cr
when I have business with hinj cf an import
ant nature. I shall never call on the Presi
dent of the United States again just to till
time. The desire to rub up against greatness
had been fully glutted iu me. The wild
yearning to thed a happy smile on the Presi
dent, who is a total stranger to me. has been
thoroughly satiated. Should one of my own
fondly be chosen to that great office and in
sist on my coming to Washington to run the
administration through tho holidays, I might
do so, otherwise I warn the future Presidents
of this Republic that I will never, neve
darken their doors. Bill Nvk.
HUDSON, Wis , v
Bedding for Horses.
AV1XG PURCHASED THK KN'TIKK
Eeioiijfitiif to the rice plantation of Won 4 Leoi.g
lc Co., 'f art? prepared to otter ttae same, put up
iu convenient sized bales, at reasonable prices.
The Union Feed Company.
May li, mr.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
JOBBING AND RETAIL
PROPRIETORS OK THK
in AND 115 PORT , STREET.
California Kose Company.
it. C. W. MACmLAXE TAKES PLK Ass
ure iu announcing that lie lias been ap
pointed SOLK AGENT of the
CALIFORNIA ROSE COMPANY
"or the Hawaiian Islands, Parties who desire
to adi choice ami beautiful varieties of
THK QUEEN OF KLOWKKS
To their rlower gardens will be furnished with
CATALOGUES containing names, prices an4
other information concerning over 2"iO varieties,
CROWN MX THEIR OWN ROOTS.
r Price astonishingly low for guaranteed
C. W. MACF.U'.LAXK, Agent.
Honolulu, March 27, J8S5.
Lease of Valuable Land.
I will sell at Public Auc tion at .he Court House
lu the TOWN OP HiLO 011
SATURDAY, the 30 th day of June
Next.at 12 o'clock noon.the lease for TEN YEARS
of a valuable tract of land In Ponahawal, near the
Town of Ililo, containing 323 acres more or less.
This laud comprises a large area of fertile cane
und kalo land, and lies in close proximity to the
Lease at expense of purchasers.
l'let 1'rlee per Auutim, S350.
I. . SEVERANCE,
H1LO, April .'i0, 18s:..
mnos m co
Queen & Edinburgh Streets,
WHOLESALE A KKTAIL
HAY A N I UKAIXt
Telephone No. 175.
Goods delivered promptly.
Ilaud Orders .Solicited.
Cor. Fort z Hotel Streets.
AND SALE STABLES.
Citrriutjes lor hire at all hours jf the iljy or
night; fc'iso, conveyances of ull klud-i for parties
going around the Island.
Excellent Saddle Hordes lor I.iuiies
and Gentlemen. Guaranteed Gentle.
Carriajf? oi. 2, 2 1. t6, IT, 1H. 1.
30, 51. 32 and 33.
Double strtil single trains iilways t. '. had eti
livery at the most reasonable rafs.
Itrje anl small orunlous fr piciil.satid exi'Uf
hin p.irues, Carryiiit; from to to 10 pass n. r, .iu
always be secured by special irrangenienis,
Omnibus time tables can be obtained ny apily
lot; at tho ofiiee.
The Eon? ItrancU llathinv House
can always be Ke.;ureJ fur pieti.V or exerio:i
partit'3 by applying at the oihe.
Corner 1'ort nntl Hotel Streoin.
ieJepb itie No. 31.
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor.
Drifted Snow Flour.
( ROLLER I'KOCEss.:
HAVING LEASED THE SALINAS MILLS.
I uru now prepared to supply, in quantities
to suit, aU orders, u ;:b the celebrated familv
Plour, DRIPTEI SNoW, and also the A No.'l
bakers' brand, UISINU SI'N. I'ioase adlrrs all
orders to .'. I,. DINHt-ti Y,
ulU2t-7 iiui No 13 stt-iini t St. , San Frf miseo.
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY. MAY "25, 1SS5.
INS UKANCE COMPANY,
FIRE AND MARINE.
C apital, paid m lull J200,00o t'l
Asst-ts, December Kl. 44:,:'.H1 05
Losses paid since Corn pan v was organ
ized 1,133,524 9
C. O. IiEROER, Ri-silent Agent,
Ollice No. 24 Merchant street, Honolulu, H. I.
SUU FIRE OFFICE
o r e o -1 o jv .
INSURANCES EFFECTED UPON EVERY
description of property at the current rates
Total sum Insured in 1S31 - - 313,599,316
Claims arranged by the local agents, and paid
with promptitude and liberality.
The jurisdiction of the Local Tribunals recognized.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.,
353tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMP'Y
1.1 Ire Insurance of" all de-i-iitioii
will be effected at Moderate Rates of Pr ini
uiii, bv the undersigned.
WM. O. IRWIN A CO.
129-d&wtf Managers for Haw. Islands
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
Of Xow Zealand.
CAPITAL, : : 10,000,000
Having: Established an Agency at
Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the un
dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Fire
in dwellings, stores warehouses and nierehmulUu,
on favorable terms. Marine risks 011 cargo,
freights, bottomry, prollts; and commissions.
Losses promptly adjusted A payable.
12S-dwtf WM. O. IRWIN fc CO.
30 WALL STREET, NEW YORK
rilue above oiupnny liavlng: estaU-
1 lished an Agency at Honolulu, for the Hawa
iian Islands, the uudersigned is authorized to accept
Merchandise, Freights. Treasure,
Commissions, and Hulls.
At current Rates.
WM. C. IRWIN & CO.,
127-dwtf Managers for Hawaiian Islands
rs iiia iiiic & 00.,
SOLE A li E X T S ,
MADE FROM AlAKAMA IiOTTOM COTTON,
run: from sizixg
NOT LIABLE TO H0TJLD
WARRANTED The Uest and most Durable Sail Ituek
IN THE WORLD.
For Sale in Honolulu.
G ANDY'S PATENT
JB 3E3 L 17 X 1ST 3r- ,
Made from the Wry Hist
Hard Wove Cotton Duck.
jSf'JiVILI,E & CO.,
Til E BEST
AeitUer Heat or Dampness affects
Tliey do not stretcli.
stronger than Leiitlier,
Better than Uul.ber.
WILL OUTLAST BOTH.
For Sale in Honolulu.
1 Si -tf mv.'
PETER D ALTOS,
jS"o. 91 Kill": St.
Once more solicits the uauonage and support of
tbos.' who fr twenty years knew and
aealt with hini
Plain Talk Pays Always.
IVterj Lts for many yturs winked for and en
deavored to pia.se ever class f the coniruunity
from the highest iu the land down to the humblest
of tho working classes, and he can say lliRt during
that time tie never made an enemy or lost a cus
tomer. Now he has again put his hand to the
plow , and is as well able and willing to give holiest
work, good material, and lair value for money -is
ever ret was done in the Hawaiian Islands. Has
atwuys 011 hand
Single and Double Harness,
I'll a ino i h. o u j; e s,J
And every iblng reiislte lor the.
SVA full line of English and Sydney Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Blanket, etc., always in stock.
A" hat he has not got he can make.
(i. J. WALLEK,
TO THE FRONT.
.v liitKAf BOON TO THE
Honolulu Public !
Keel, Veal, Mutton, Porlt and Fisli
kept for FOL R DAYS after being killed, by Bell
Coleman's I'aUnt Dry Air Refrigerator. Guaran
teed to keij longc r after delivery than
l'KESH KILLED MEATS.
tfj-To be had in auy of Mr. Waller's Markets.
On liiiiK Street.
MEAT IFOR fciALE ALL DA V,
On Nuuauu St.
Hotel Street Market.
On Hotel Street.
At Fish Market.
On Mauuakea St.
Ou Meek Street.
BEEF AND PORK
S-Tnrik.-ng the public for past favors. I so
licit a continuation of the same.
397 tf O. J. WALLER.
Corner Hotel and Union street".
BRANCH EUREKA MARKET.
The under.sic.aea will open this new market
with the choicest beet, veal and mutton. Also
Fresh Pork Sausaices made every day
Blood and Liver Sausajfew ad Bo
logna n Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to
GKO. D. SCHRAEDER.
Fret Murket, Telephone No. 365.
Eureka Market, Telephone No. 111.
GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY,
St. Louis. Mo.
Manufacture and Supply ailkltuls .,f
J'lat and Label l'apers.
W. G. RICHARDSON,
20 Leidesdorir Street.
Telephone No. 47. SAN FRANCISCO.
N. II. SiM-cirtl Attention itven to
Large Contracts. 4i tfJtw
4 LL AVl'LICATIONS FOR ROOTIIS AT
j. Kiipiolaul Park for the 11th of Jurje will tiott
be re.stved by the undersigned at Uls office. r
J. E. WISEMAN.
Bv order of tb F.xeatlv ComaoUtee cf Kap'o-
'isnt Faik AKOClatloa. )Q3-ftpJS-tf ' -
i c. biijks & co.. .
51 II Hill STREET.
Peekhaui. London, S. E.
! Colonial IMercliants.
Itidents executeJ fur all kinds of Huglish
and Continental (i"n,Is. against Bank
Credits or Produce facilities for drawing
against the latter. Agencies accepted at 2 Si
per cent on net amount of manufacturer's
invoices, including ca-h di-cunuts varying
from to 3 per cent. Puic'ia.-es in im
ortr's own name.
Twenty years' bujing exptrienec f.r
lUfcrcnce: Continental Ijauk, 7'J Lombard
Street, E. C. 4G5ap2
65,000 Foot of
Galvanized Iron Pipe
, S:. s. 1. '' and l.'j inch.
For sale, at very low figures, by
JAW. A. HOPFMiiR.
We have received a consignment of the in out
Economical and Valuable Feed for all
kinds of Stock, viz.:
COOKED LINSEED MEAL.
It Is the greatest Flesh former, ililk and
Butter producer In use.
Oil Cake Meal shows about 27 per cent, of nil
triilve matter; this nearly 39 per cent.
100 B)S. oi this meal is equal to 300 lbs. of oats,
or 3IS B'H. of corn, or to 767 11. i f wheat bran.
For Sale in Lots to Suit.
Also, out Cnrivalled MIXED ! EED, as well as
our usual supply of the best kinds of
Hay. Oats. Wheat, Corn, Etc. Etc.
LA1NK St CO.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES,
(Cor. Hotel and Richard streets, Honolulu. II. I.
Opposite Royal Hawaiian Hotel,
Wteh to notify the public that they are prepaied
WAGONETTES, ETC. ,
With Stvlirfli, Gentle Horses.
Horses boarded by day or mouth.
Saddle Horses to Let.
Horses Bought and s4 1.
Hacks at all hours day nml niht.
Any incivility, reckless ilrivini?, overrharxinx,
etc., by drivers einpl.'iyed tiy tin-; Couipuiiy will
please be reported at the c.tVe e.
MILES 31 A (TAR LANK.
Telephone No. :.0-j.,o d.t w
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO,,
Cor. Fort & Queen Sts.,
HONOI.LH", H. 1.
Sle Agents for this latorilc llraml ol
o n v m r. v g :s r 12.
I N T E N i A E E O N I R V .M S .
Ex MENDOTA, for by
Castle & Cooke.
, . i:, -CJJ 11 -U
IX) SUPPLY THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL
with FRESH BEEF AND MUTTON, la
quantities required. fr ne year, commenelntf 00
the 1st of June, iss. Sealed tenders to be left at
the ofilce of the undersigned up to Wednesduy,
the 2Ttk of May. IssS, at noon. Per order.
F. A. SC11AKFKK, Secretary.
Houoiulu, May 4, lssj. lys-mUT
-A. Good Saw ITiler.
Apply to GEO W. LINCOLN, Contractor,
Kins street. l:2-tf
MACFARLANE & CO-,
fllOLF-SALE DEALERS AND OKV
eral Joiilters in i.i-..-5 una Liyiuii.
No. 11 li hhIiiiiiihiiu Street.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
C"i ENERAL COMM ISSION AtJENTS.
X att f tf wueea St., Honolulu, 11. 1.
t. 'IA.KK1.VU. w . MiiKTtNk. ivoer.Ut.LT
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
Importers A Commission "lerehauts.
A. yiiw'ii street, Uoiioiuih, u. 1.
A. S. OLEGHOBH & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail
Dealers iu ' ; . . .
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts. 3f 9-t
. U TjVNJLk.Y. . JOHN bPHUiLNCK.
Spruancc, Stanley & Co.,
Importers uud Jobbers 0 Fine
WHISKIES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
HO Front St., San Franelseo.
473 tf w
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Denier in
Clothing, BootN, t-hoes, Hats, Meu'a Furnish
ing and Fancy t.oods. No. 11 Kaahumtna Street
Honolnlu, 11. 1. 366tf-wt!
WM. 0. IBWIJt.
WM. G. IRWIN Co.,
SL'CJAR FACTORS and Commission
AUtMX. Honolulu, H. I. 3t-t-tfwtf
S. J, LEVEY & CO.,
0 roeers and Provision Dealer.
T Family Clrocery and Feed Store.
Orders entrusted to us from the other inland will
be promptly attended to. . 62 Fort 1st., Uonoluln
Importer ii Manufacturer J
Of all Descriptions of
BOOTS & SHOES
jj-OrfJers from rbe other Islands solicited.
No, Hi Fort St., Honolulu.
J. J. WILLIAMS
No. 10ii FORT STREET,
Leadim Pliotoraiilier 'of Honolulu.
WORK FINISHED IN
Water Colors, Crayon.
India Ink, or Oil,
Pboto. Colored, e.
The only Complete Collectiou of
ALYIX H. HASEMAN,
BOO I BINDER,
Paper Ruler and Blank Book
eS-P-ookbindiinj of all deseription neatly and
promptly executed, and at reasonable charge.
ijif MERCHANT ST BEET.
Opposite Ho".lister A Co
Honolulu, H. I.
Particular attention paid to repalrlnt;. -:-"-tf
J. 31. Oat, Jr., A: Co..
STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS,
Hawaiian Gazette Block.
27 Merchant St.. Honolulu. H.I.
Steam Candy Factory
A X D Lt A K E 11 Y .
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Paatry Cook and Baker.
Hotel street. 117 tf Telephone 74
PMCE 5 CENTS.
t. 1. UtVtf.
LYONS & LEVEY,
General Commission Merchantsf
Reaver Block, Queen St., Honolulu.
Saleof Fnrnltnre. Stock, Jleal Ejtat
ami Oeneral Merchandise properly atteoded to
, Sol Airent fort ,
American & Enropcau S
j. w H1X6LKV. amo. wo.
J. W. HINGLEY Sz CO.
HAVANA C Hi A US,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
TolaccOjCiiarettes & Smoters1 Articles'
Home Manufactured Cigars.
No. 5 Fort St.. In Campbell New
Fireproof Iluildlugr, and o, .
7S Hotel Sfeeel.
HONOLULU. H.I. 110-wtf
13uvr & Iinck,
The Leading Fashionable Tailors
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
No. W.JO Market St., Opposite Palace Hotel.
Uarinff already a lance trade with Honolulu, they
rerrectfully solicit further Island patronafre, and
are prepared to complete ord.ru atone day' no
tice. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed, und the
finest stock of latest goods constantly ou band,
Fashionable Boot Maker,
No. 320 BuhIi St., Han Francisco, Cal.
Will fill orders lu Ms line at the dhortest ponsildw
notice. Planter!i will find It to their advantage to
call oa MR. UTMCHIO before koIuk elsewhere.
105 EAST HTII ST., NEW YORE
vLal.V -'. I ft,
!: ' iJ.isv.H-c.'.i--r.i-'L.lr ' -
The most artltic l'prlbt Manos ever producoJ,
both for quality of tone and wonderful and elattlc
actions. The coming upright pianos of tba world.
Send for Illustrated catalogue, description and
F. W. SPENCER A CO.,
I'uclflc 'oat AperiM,
i i and l i if th Street. HAN FIA NCIbiO.
4 75 it&vr
ST. MATTHEW'S HALL,
NAN MATEO, f'ALllORN'iA.
-A. School lor "Bovh,
UNDER MILITARY DISCIPLINE.
JOCATED IN Till: BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE
of San Mateo, on the Southern Pacific Rail
road. 2! miles from San Francisco. Established
in 1 Hfi.1. Fourteen instructors of reputation and
ability. The buildings are ex tensive, ere heated
by steam, and are lu every way arranged for the
health and eonrifort of the cadets. Trinity Heaslon
bejfitu July 2-Uh, and the Easter Session will com
mence January s, ln3.
For further lrifrrrnatlon and catalogue, Juit
REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A.,
r.9-ap9-dAw-Jy m Principal.
WEN NEK & CO.
02 Fort Street,
HrtVf- on hand New Foreign and Houiemad
Vatchcs, Hracclets, Necklets
Tins, Lockets, Clocks,
A11-I ornaments of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plato,
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Set.
suitable for Presentation.
ENt. RAVIN'. AND NATIVE JtWKLRY
Repairing; in all lis hrauehe.
V Sole Agents for King's Eye Preservers.
All accounts for Advertising and Job I'rinWK
Offlte. w ill from ihladale be piesented fr jay.
HODOlolu, March 2, mfl.