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5- v ir C v J- " : '''--..... If :J "III 1 i I it Li r At) . i r 2 1 1 a 1 1 .1 t j .81 tl II -fii !.!? VOL. VI. NO. 177. THK DAILY Coiiiniei'cittl Advertiser is l''HLIHKD Hvcry Morning Excent Sundays. M'l'.si'KIITlOXS : 1ii v I'. Oaih I". i 1IU1.V ('. ( Dui.v 1". r W K LV I AUVKrl I 1-lh.K, on year AO-. KKI IMKll, sl lliollttls A U. Kil I ItKK, three UHUlttl-1... .Iuvkkiiskk, per munch t . A 1 h-K I is Kit, one year 00 ... 00 ... 1 60 SO 5 00 W. t V. A. (Includm Postage i 6 50 Payi'ile Invar'utbly in Advance THE OUTGOING RACE. The mothers wish for no iuur' daughters; There U u future befoiv them. They how then- heads ttnJ their pride At tlit cm J of the many tribe;' journey. The mothers weep over their children. Loved Aud uuw eltxmie together. Who shuuM have beeu dreamed, not born, Siuov there is no road for the Indian. The mothers see into the future. Beyond the end of that chieftain. Who shall be the lat of the race WLieh allowed only death to a coward. The square, cold cheeks and lips firm set. The hot. straight stance, and tae throat line. Held like a stag's on the cliiT, Shall be swept by the nifcht winds and vauishl Rose Hawthorne Lathrop in The Independent. MRS. BEECH ER'S LETTERS. How She Spareil Her Husband Fain by Keeping Talet of Woe Kroui Hiui. t. E. A'laias of this city, is in possession of letters written by Mi's. Henry Ward Beecher iu lsil and lSSvi. in which she speaks of tbe trying tinies growing out of the Beeoher-Til-tn soaiidal, their own poverty and Air. Beecher's arduous duties. These letters prove her sublime self abnegation. L'uder date of Ftb. , lSI, ilrs. Beecber wrote: "Yoa should see the immense pile of unopened letters before me, the punishment for a two days' absence from the city. Nearly nine-tenth.- are addressed to Mr. Beecher, but he never reads lecters unless there is some matter that he alone can decide, which is not often the case. Thousands come to us that he never see consequently they do not trouble his brain, or, what would be more se rious, grieve his tender heart. All correspon dence is lei't to me, one of the cheerfully ac cepted but onerous duties resulting from be ing the wife of such a man." On June 7, 15J. she writes: "The pitiless blackmail persecution to which my husband was subjected a few years ao turned our heaiis white before our time and nearly broke my heart at last. That trial cost us lrj0,G00. We were not worth ii0,)X). The impression seems to be general that he is a wealthy man. He never was, but when comfortably well off his overtlowing generosity enabled hint to lay by nothing of any aoc-unt. Sometimes now if 1 'lid not discreetly purloin the contents of his too liberal pockets the household expenses would remain unpaid. He cannot help re turn iiig money leis because of the tales of woe that snem to lie in wait fr him upon the street. Sin.-e that terrible trial he has worked incessantly, to the detriment of his health, preaching, lecturing, writing, hoping to lift the heavy mortagu from our home here (Co lumbia Heights, Brooklyn), but it had to be, sold in the spring." On Nov. 7, li-J, Mr. B-e her alludes to the "two or rhre bushels of letters that have accumulated during Mr. Berber's vacation, to say nothing of all that followed us into flu country." She speaks of the innumerable pe titions for help, ami exclaims, "Oil, that the who'' world could krow that we are poor, poor, poor in everything but the ability to gTieve for ivo's we have not the power to aid. From the letters I have classed as genuine I tind that thi sums so pitifully pleaded for aggregate over 0,oCX;." Referring to this subject in another letter, she says: "What ran I do hut half break my heart over sui rows that my dear husband i-.uM not alleviate were they known to him.' It would niaU him ill to rad the tatters. ( This suffering I can spare him." ! In her self abnegation she maks no rn:an i 'l-aiise ti.is iil7ring is vicariously visitml uK-n her." In a letter written in lecember. IH.', she sjaks once more of that '-infamous blackmail x-heme," and adds: "I am confi dent that history will refer to it as the mrt cruel and conscienceless of this or any other century." Detroit Special in New York World. What ! .Apoplery? Apoplexy is. strictly speaking, a disease of the blil vessels ntui not t.f th brain. Age r,r nnj-erf t nutririon, brought alxut by any cause or constitutional tendency, may lie the cause of it. The con; ;v .;itiOTi of these vessels is one of tb most w onderful -,f the studies that anatomy v.Hds. In fnU health nature hns strengthened t r.ern with a th refold cov ering, the two inner ones l.ing brittle and tiiK outer one tough. The middle ihell, .eo to .enk, srves t!ie purpose of glazing on por ous vessels and insures the non-ftltrntion of the blod un-ilr the powerful pressure from tho great pumping eiiginA, the heart, It is this iciVH"r!ant part of the artery which in age is particularly liable to deterioration, and tx permit the heart under rtrong excitement tvodriv the l'!ocd through the v?sv?l faster than it can be conveyed, to put a strain upon the weakened pipes and pr'.xlucp eifht-r a rup ture or a leakage. Whero rupture occurs and large quantities escape w have hemmor hage; the vz:ngof bl'"oJ. or srum, one of its constituent, through the walls of the ves sel is an exixmosis. Mr. Beerhars active brain h:td, of course, drawn largely upon the service of its supply pipes, arnl the vessels that nourish it might well be exictod to show the first, signs of los of resisting power. The natural ,t ndency of the blo-xl to seek the brain, to, would expose tlieni to abnonral pressure Brooklyn f 'itien. The Other One. 'u hav-got a stepmother" -he -aid to f he little :iri es. "Weil, f fe. orry fc,r yrn Oh. you needu't do that," rrpli"yl the little one t,' Free Press. h- reel sorry f.-,r pa' Iiefro'.t l"et rtt-t i re of Fii. S--lIs are v,-ry destructive of fib, errKcially herring, of which they consume great quan tities. A fu'l grow.i setl requires ten pound 4 5f tivti a day for its foo-J. Tin: LADY MWSW REPORTER JOTS DOWN SHE HAS TO SAY. WHAT A r-,etul or t ilisen Wiiuli tlin ild loes Not Appreciate A Case of Counter Itlatl lit an Kmei-yem-j . There is a lady at the door. Show her into the parlor. No, stop. Shut tho door in her face. She is nothing but an agent. Never )et an agent inside the house. Agents are so cheeky. They aro .so persistent. Thoy can talk un arm oil' in Jess than tit teen minutes. Is there no protection for us? We can man age to keep the wolf from our door, but we are powerless to resist the book agent. Give her a bluff. Invite her to close tho doo; from the outside. And now hear what the lady agent has to say for herself. Do you think I came from the Cannibal islands? Do you think 1 am going about like a roaring; lion, seeking who I may devour f If this is the cause of all your terror, let your minds be disabused, for I am simply trying to make a living, same as other people. We are a very useful class of citizens, but the world does not appreciate us. Our business is about as certain as a Louis iana lottery. Sometimes we make great win nings, and sometimes we lose. We are apt to make any amount from ten cents to $100 per week : but we generallj- keep nearer the ten cent line. Sometimes we meet very pleasant Ieople. Sometimes we meet very unpleasant people. Sometimes the game is bluQT. Some times counter bluff. THE SEWTSG MACHINE. Let me explain. Once when I was canvass ing for sewing machines I rang the bell of a house on Mount Auburn, and instead of tho door being opened by a servant, as was usu ally the case, it was a gentleman who an swered my summons and whom I quickly de cided to be lord and master. My business was soliciting orders for ma chines, to In? sent on trial. I carried nothing with me but a lirtle hand satchel, within which was concealed the give away note book and pencil, and the servants who opened the door for me generally took me to be one of a church fair committee, I guess ; but I never would tell them m' business. I would alwajs insist upon seeing the lady herself. However, upon the day in question, when the gentleman met me at the door, I was informed that the wife had gone down into the city, and would not le home until quite late. So there was no hope of seeing her, and just then some evil spirit whispered m my ear, "Tell the husband, perhaps he will surprise his wife by having a machine sent in." So I launched forth in my mot elvxpient strain, but when I came to the plaee where he should have chipped in and said, "Certainly, send it right along.' I de tected a vicious smile playing around the cor ners of his mouth, and I krew that indicated a bluff, and braced myself to receive it. He said: "Well, of course, you can send the machine, but I will have to charge you storage. " "Certainly," said I, '-we would not expect anything eb;. We always pay storage. How much do j-ou charge?" He began to look puzzled, but answered: "A dollar a week." Thank you," said I, warmly. "Consider ing the excellency of our machine, your charges are quite reasonable." Then, takmg out my 1-ook and jencil, I noted the street and nuriiler and asked: "What is your name, please, when will you have it sent.'" HK O.VnV STARED. But he only stared at rne for the space of half a minute, as though wondering if they had missed me yet at the lunatic asylum, and then expressed himself emphatically. He said : "Yon surely are not fool enough to do such a thing as that;" 'That is our way of doing business, " I con fidently answered, then added: ''Oh, j'e, hero is your name on the door plate. Thank you. Tho machine wiil be sent in a day or two, and I am sure your wifo will be. please, with it. Thank you, thank you, and g'xxj day. sir." And so I left him battling with conflicting emotions and searching through his vocabu lary in vain for something appropriate - soy. I expect he is looking "for that machine yet. That is what is known among the fra ternity as a cjear case of cunter bluff. It always has a fritter effect to ask to see my lady personally, and to do this we must by some means learn her name. The door plites are generally pretty reliable, but some times they play in the meanest kind of tricks. One day I called at a house and ask"d to see Mrs. So and so, taking the name from the floor plate. The servant looked at me in blank s.stoi.islimen!; and said: Why, sf, n dead." Of course, to re equal to f he emergency, asked, with all the surprise ai,, sorrow in my voi'-e that I could command oil such s'.ort not i -, Why, is it possible? When did she die" " I 'Alx-.nt three year ago," was the answer. j Siive 1 hen I have never place,! ), c-onfi- 1 de nee m d'-or plates. Yes. indeed, we are a very i;--f;d c.is of citizens, and not bad l.e!, ,ve., if p -.pj.. w,.nl 1 oviiv treat us well. There is a Jargf number of women engage in this work, and most of us v..ik on com mission, and can put in whatever hours sutr us best. Cincinnati Enquirer. iIelitio .Aye. -Why d'vs an artit have to hare ainodel'" I asked. "With r.li the statu? ami pictur s and sk-teli-'s that already pxisf, why rnii-t l,. still goto the original flesh for his d.igns.-" It was a n i'-.-T ;-.n I had oft- n Asked mv-'-.'f with woti'ler m to what the answer was. "Tijis is a realistic ag4," was the r"pl v ; "artists ns-d to study the antique, the antquA forever. N'w t)iy want the r.) thing the thing of life. The art sehoc.ls tr t- demand T.'int a f gup? b" so many f;"-Kls hi'h. Now they want then os they are, n,q -vnryirs-. is faies vary, as everything varies in actual life. In 1'nris there are artists who g- about the rt-e, tS j.-i W.ngo7;.s Wiril poep h '.!S rut ;i the i d-S'",f the wagon tops, st-opping whr- 'r there is a quer pst-ii re nr interesting gr-'nif. r pretty f ice or anything irMj repri' Pi. tur-'s no-.v nmt be ir-.m the lite.. If two artists study togettjer it intssr l.M,!,rv-( that one gets all the s'ib,! r it s of c d--i irg, v-imrjg and skin texture, whiie the oher li.isi h minis'- of t hetn It is the same v r h Jon U-ip. paint ing. Lnnds--ap's n.e. rri;n; v to invented N-'.v orti-t.s are nor content 'i;lo'if z-tit,s f-vf-n ti;fl px-'iiiftr li.'ht of the f-o.i-,trv C!"V ore painting in. arid all its eff.wts on t!ie , groTin 1 and leaves of The trees New York t'.a-. Courier-Journal. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1887. ROYAL INSURANCE C.WY OF LIVERPOOL. CAPITAL. - ilO.Otltl.OOO I N1.IMH hi) i.iAKturv, ITJre Insurance nil le(-ritiou 1 will be ntVcle.l at Moderate Kates of I'reui urn, by the uiKlerstsnd. W3I. fl. I IUVIN it CO 20-dAwtf Ma.iaffers or Haw. islands U I O 1M Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Of ew ZenlnuU. CAPITAL.. : HO.OOO.OCO Hiiviiivr l'MlnMiwlie! an Asjem'y al Honolulu, for the Hn-.vuii.ui Isiamls, the un dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Kire iu dwellings, stores warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms. Marine risks on cargOj freights, bottomry, profits and commissions. Lo-n promptly adjusted A payable I9-dwtf WM. !. Ill WIN fc ' O. The JRisdon Iron & Locomotive Works, Comer of Beal and Howard Streets, SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA W. II . TAYLOR.. JOS. MOORE.... President . . .Superintendent Iy CILDFRS OF STEAM MACHINERY, IN ALL y its branches; Steamboat, Steamship, Land Engines and lioilers, High Pressure or Com pound. STEAM VESSELS of all liinds built complete with bulls of wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENOINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tups con structed with reference to the trade in which they are to be employed. Sp-ed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Simar Making Machinery made after the most approved pluiis. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made in suitable lengths foj connecting together, or Sheets Boiled, Punched and Packed for shipment, ready to he riveted on the groucd. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boilrr Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riv eted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work being far superior to iuaud Work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most approved plans. SOLE AGENTS and manufacturers for the Pa cific Coast of the Iteme Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Actlntc Pumps for irri;;Htion or city works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other pump. J. N. S. WILLIAMS Honolulu F.ouiii No. ft, HpHtairs, Spreckels" Block, Sr'lmar jihvwtf Aent for Hawaiian Islands. BEAVe.fi SALOCJi. NO. T FORT NI'RKKT. Opposite Wilder & Co.'s li. J. Noite, Pronr. orRV kom .1 a. m. Tir.r. 10 r. m r'lRST-CL.lSS M VtflrS, OIVLK, tk.i, sw,t WAti.ii. ;im.it: au:, CJijg-jn-K Jincl 'I1jicm- OK BI'HT 15 It. A N DH Plain nl Fancy 11 1'f.S p'-fonally nelecred from the Man'ifwtiirora, aii'l a Lnrije Vnrli fy of RKST DUALITY SSXOKRS ARTICLES. I.verifi P. 1 LI. I A It I 'is will tlurl an KlPntit 8SUS5W1S & C9. HUMS li ul V fin the t'rprnfses. Tli fioprfftf r wo'iJd he ploHerl to receive a rfi'l frorn hli Frlpnds and rti" Ptibilc srerioraliy who may desire a I, I V If. A SM(KK. K A liA.m: F HIUI Altlt'. II. .1. X0LTE. CHUN HOY k CO., VnleliiTiRMer'J nnI Jeweler. Snui'Mi trft, ej-f,eit Mff ( n ' Kx l.irsPf Hsr .ilw.i v c'i j.jn 1 ;, f ,r il-, '.'!.'( K-' f all kind. Gold and Si 3 vcrWsitclios, Virit'- f r."-ti, ir:'"l"idi as Is'lrra' wst-hoa: -TF'-V-IiJ'V rf all cl-cTi j ti'iin, coll n t cl! vrr; 1 t s ( t t.i r 1 1 5 n n 1 f v f- 1 i I t-. nut all at?i IU' r arr! ft" 1 . A !se, (IIIXKSi: JKWKLKY, f tf oil kill-., jf--, I 1 H': 1 cl!"r CIIINI'sr TAVf V 'ILK. ' f f 1 t: 1 PMNTI.VmS. a !.-.. in s"--.rt-ir-t-t - f bfi r. 1 Art!'1- i ll I I . rs ( f, i , M -.si.- il p-.v(.a, ,-r..-., f t". RIFLES. REVOLVERS. SHOTGUNS, U'iM, ,-srtri l?f to cit. !!'i l P irt : !(! f i 1 f;nl!y PX.-tf l x;t pr--'iif.tT,f-a. 1 rc 1 : T-rf ill Riict ef wr': in feir ; o e r' -i -i r: . at v-rv I ,'.v r:i'e. '.'' r 'f rn -i n -O ! s?--1 r i T o f- 1 . The J llM I.- IT f- --' !f'l!!.V lllviff ! fe i,nirf, 1 Ti 1 J Z: 1 T,f f t r -, : r,: f- r: t ''f T: vv n " 1 f : - jiot .e-is it on r r:".- S'-t'i inn -(r -t. cm s uoy (V co. INTSR-ISIJi.ND Steam Navigation Co. (I.IM1TK1)., ISTKA3IEH W. G. J I ALL, HA'i jliimaiidr Will run rijular.y to Mnnliiea, li'a::l, and Konu and Kan, liawuii. S'1'KA.MKR IWALAN1, FKKK.MAN' C o m in a u d e Wilt run r.;t(ulaiiy to Navt illw i;f, Koloa, Kltele aud Wanaea, Kauai. STEAMER C. R. BISHOP, MACAVLKY Commander Will run regularly to Hamoa. Maul, ami Kukul haele. Honokaa and 1'aauhac. Hawaii. STEAMER JAMES MAKEE, WEIR Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Katmt. T, R. F08TKK. Bresideut. J. Ena, rspj-retary. 5-apT-ly WiLDEirS STEAMSHIP CO., Limited,. STEAMER KINAU, (l.orenzcn, Commander). Leaves Honolulu as per following schedule oiicbing iU Lahalna, Maaiaea, Makena, Mahu kona, Kaw aibae Laupahoehoe. Hilo and Keauhou: Conimencing on MoXUA Y, July 26, 1S!8, and on every alternate Monday it 4 p. m.,tlie Kinau will make the VOLCANO TKI P, reaching Keau hou on Wednesday morning, where horses and carriages are In waiting to convey passengers to the VOLCANO HOUSK(Hve miles iu the saddle und nine miles by carriage;. Passengers by this route will nave two days and two nights at the VOLCANO IIOl'SK. - TICKET!? FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO THE VOLCANO, FIFTY DOLLARS, WHICH PAYS ALL CH A KG ES. The Kinau w'll arrive In Honolulu .Sunday morning on Volcano Trips. On lido trips, wii leHve Honolulu on Tuesdays, and return Saturday morning. PASSENGER TRAINS u ill connect with the Kinau at Muhukoua The Kinau WILL TdlCII at Honokain and Ptiauhau 011 down tilpsfrom Kiln tor Pasteiigeis if a signal Is made from the shore. STEAMER LIKE LIKE, (Davis, CoinmaiKiet ), Leaves Honolulu every Monday at r. m lor K Kuntkakai. Kahuiui, Huelo. llano und Klpnuulu. every week: Keanae, Mokulau and N un every other week. Returnhiu, will stop at the above ports, arriving b k Saturday mornings. For malls and passei . ers onty. STEAMER K1LAUEA II OH, (Cameron , Commander;, Will leave regularly lor I.p.halna, I'iihuIihu. Kn holalete, Kukalau and Ookala. STE A I E R"LE II IT A , (Claik, Commiindeiu Will leave regularly fur Haliahiu, Hotiemn and OnonieH. STEAMER MOKOLI1, I Mi Gregor, Commnnder), .eaves for the following ports every slternnie Monday at T, p. 111.: Coin iiienrl ng Tay K,th To KauniikaVsl, K11 fn h 1 0 , I'tikoo, Laliains, "Unvuhi. In-turning to Lutmina. Pukeo, Ksninlo. K'Oi nnkakal. AirDjng St Hoik, lulu Saturdsy a m Cciinmem i rig M iy (Mb To K'innshskiil, I.annI, Kirnal'i, Puk'-o, H.ihiwa, V,tai, Pelokunu, Kslsupnpn. Returning f" PuVo,,, I.nlial 111. t llo wilu, I.ahnlna, l'ti!,oo, li iinalu, K-iu na k s hni . Ariivlng ut Honolulu S-iturd iv n. m. f H T!'" f'ompnny will ii"t be responsible tor any fri 'eht nr packages im'iis rcet.irtoit for, Tier for persons I beggiige unn-ss plainly marked. p;,;j rerp'insit,!e for rnorit v or jewelry 'irless plarad In hsrge of the Piirser. All possPile care tr!i) ho rn;eri of f.lvp -"tork, bi; the Com pan y will not assume any 1 lk of accident f.AM'L ) WII DF.R, President, s. ',. p.n'!-". sprri'turv. G I'FIt 'F -Corner Fort nni 'juer-n sireeis. rr, -1 v Mnrfi S. P. TAYLOR & CO., hiper ?i:uuifhcf iirTs. a n t i 1 r. 1 1 ps r; I'liprr Ilr,as. Tilings, !'.(. . ii u- 4f, ( tiy i-lif. t, SN IRANI !MI I I -T -er and r"'-'"',, pnpi-r MH. s-.ni Cc-ik Psper Mill, S.--j'ue, S'l'it fmr C'.-i-ty. C'l -II I. :.". -t (ho. C. Slirrvc A" Co., M N I f ( ! ! !' l s'G d i-: v !; 1 j K'.s Anil I i?ir ! ! T ' 1 uii ri I . tv-,t.-J,. Silver !"! sflrrr llitp I "'-'ore, pefjor-te I CMm. tt !;i-' (;,i., l--. hr, I n-". I rn .re! 1 i", I'erU-i -1 n I Viniri.i l.-nthr G',i.d, i en il i----.-i, 'l .-k. Ft.". lm f g nine r y nitl nfT S( . A N Ff'.A S1( ' '. 1 1 t.i t.'r ' J IVANCOVICH & CO. 1 rt: j f ,re r u, ',V t:i 1- um J r i , j a .,, 1 ' ' ', 1 1 'tl I . a 1 tl ' M, i Tl ror fulfill fe Dottipfiiie Pi'iiif , r,t) V-bir,gt '': '. ''''!, v rV. t.;: Vf , s, v nu v (-.? ' 1 l,'.-ic 1,r oplf est il. If. :! l!l fliis II ne rf t.iisi ieoa 1 '.in lni"'U'-", nr! wo me I re y -1 r e I fo f. q ..rde of ;. ! 1 Ho! f .'"i T II Tie. l f i'lH.tT !i I-Af'KIN'i sM kind cf H:ITT f r p,Pg !!:t4Tire ! sar It . Diirl'slroiifixe l So 1 1 I leil " '. ' li! . I 111 WM. 3IirCAXI)LESS. . H Queen Street. Fish Market. DeaW iu choicrst BEEF, VEAL M L TI U.V. FI.i-H. etc. Family ai d shippaji; Orders carefully attended to. Live lock furninbed 10 vessels at short notice, and veietubls of all kinds s.ipphed to order. -jy if JOSHUA II.EXDY MACHINE WOEKS 2Vo. 35 to M I iemoul Street, SAN IRANCIbCO. Manufacturers of New and dealers in Second-hal-d BOILEJiS. ENGINES, -AN D- MACHINKRY" lf e fry lerit Ion. Have constantly In stock N.-w aud Second-band WOO D-YY O R K I N G MACHIN i : K Y , Machinists' Tools, Irripating and Pumping Ma chinery, Piping, 3?ipe Fittings, l.tc. Catalogues and price lists forwarded upon appli cation, (ijaugll USB' FES) CO,, IMPOF.IF.BS 4 IK A LF.RS IX A Y A X I i It A I X , Telephone No. 175. LEM0IXH & .PICHOX, Miotesale and Kctail Dealers in I'onltry, oiiie. Holler, "lieoe, F.KS. I !.. r.tv.. Die. Stalls Nos. 'i, 4 and 6 San Francisco Market, SAN FliANClSCO, CAL. Direct Iinorler4 of Snit lieete. f,Tt,jul"3 LKK(iK & MILLS, 1: ir m 1; Steam, Cofiee and Spice Mills. Itiiltorter l li'iis. 'illee, Si-e. Clinrtres .lava ''oflee, Y. a.t Powder, Creaui Tar tar, So. In. Sih-ratu, Hreund Coffee, For eign and Doinewtic Matches. I IO- 1 1 4 Nt.lel.SniiiOiiiet llnttet.v SAN HIANCISCO, CAL. I. O. Jlex ir.Hu. t;:.1mavLTf8 TELEPHONE 55 rfNTSRPRIS IP IMiANIXd .MILL. 3 Alnlteit, nenr neeii St. (nSl ;t tf i I. hi. i li out;. i nr i itnur i i tiiiMt1! u.. OHlce with the Union Feed Co. I!U Telephone 17.'.. Mutual Telephone I7R. I nni f 'ill i pi . n x . to !) i I: !i. 1 1 nf i'ts see, liS Up tiff or Ml - I or; ; i I ,,f fl i , l) I U I H u II I . RU Tl e TO Tt e, lllf f!' I f -I ' ! '' ly s. I' iiimiAM, roTlftr. J. II. SO IMfl R,U : i n, i' t, J. M. 0;if. Jr.. & Co., STATIONER?) NEWS dealers, 27 'K rilimit Ht.. IIoikiIiiIti. 11. 1. 4' -tf THOMAS LINDSAY .Usui it Hid ii ring 1vH(r, 'i. M nuiMiii liret. IiimdIiiItt, II. I p.., , r i l,) r n "eo ., j, ;' ! !-, r. I !i i 'nc . nv f - i ii'K ? t VP A T.AII'.r cc'MHV 'H (F.1 : ftmnpr ' ti -.- n-1. w-rti wltl I e sell : for ?" c-T'N h hiii-1', I. TbT are ifiil for r,i.,-,i p-.rc Is, Isvlpcr im-t.'r citp ts, etc. . V. C AOVf l: I ly-VM. Mvtriistmmis. AITOKXEIS-AT-UW CURKXCK W. AsHiuau. VOLNKT V, AKMHlKl). Avlfort A Afehlonl, ATTX) K N E Y s, COUNSELLORS. OLICnX)R, ADVOCATES, ETC. I Oice IIouolulu Hale, adjoining the Pos Office. 4-'d4wtf JOHN T. DAKE, Allori:-j a Mil Counsellor at Lhh, OtZ.ce So. 12, Spreckels Block, Honolulu. 176 octiltf M. THOMPSON, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW, Olfice in Canijl eU's Block, corner Kert and Mercbani ,-neets, Honolulu, 11. 1. PRACiU i:S IN THE COURTS. ftWhen def-ii. d, will give the law in a writ ten opinion, as to the probable result of the contention upon ti e facts stated 4-ltf J. M. MONSARRAT. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Ksl KHlate In any iart of the Kinfr dOTn Bought, Sold and Leased on Comtulasion Loans Negotiated and 1egal Documents Draws Xo. 27 MF.KfHAXT (iTBCET, Gazette Block, Honolulu. 45-tf A. 0. Cook & Son, OAli TASKED LEATHER BELTING, I.H'-e Leather anl Ilealer I)rniers, No. 4K Market strvet, San Francisco. 442 jan2..'S8 IRON-BARK Foundation Timbers ! ! We have just received from Australia a few Iron hark foundation Timbers. SIZKS 1621 liiehen. 12 feel I.oiiK. Anal ltxlH liulies, 1 feet I.oiik. I bese timlrs, as th?ir name signifies, are, nearly as solid and durable as iron, and for foundation purposes, or others of like nature, cannot e surpassed. Ar. G. Irwin Co. :Uluov25tf T: J, J Tay how, I'ONTRAIVTOU AN1 Iil'II.RKR, iA Hotel Ntreet, Honolulu, II 1., (Oppasltt- fashion Htaldes). P. O. POX U.. HKLL THI.KrHOXK M Ail work In my line falihhilly done. Plan" and specifications made. Jobbing In all detsIN done nt short notice, uond work nd low charges Is mv nmtto. fi 8 -te "' ." Metropolitan Market 14 1!J rSTI'KI'.T, (j,r. wu.i Kii, rn.MKti-Tori I'holrenl Mrnls tiovn l ine! Iler'ta rnllles snd shipping snpptleil on HOItT NOT H I and et the Lowest Msuuof Friros. AH ttipoT" pl1rer"t from tins rnniket htm thor onglr rjilll.-d lrim..dati.v rer V!tlli by mvis of a Hi !! ('nlcninn Pat. nt Dry Air H'fr'c-rtor ; ! Mi-sfso ticaT,1 retains all Its Juicy properties. 1 ant! ts OPA lit NTKKI TO KKH' l.nMiKIl 'AUIKl? PKI.1V F ft Y If) AN FltKHlY- 'kui.hi mhi, f ,t PRICE 5 CENTS. 8. ISIANLKV. JOH.S BPKtlAS-CX Spruiiuce, Stanley & Co., Importers aud Jobbers of Fine WHISKIES. WINES and LIQUORS 410 Front M., Ksn I rsurUeo. 2 tf A w H. F. BEIiTELMANX, Contrail or and Ruildi r. ESTIMATTS ri RMSHEI) ON MOtiP, KRIt K LK STtM . PLANS DRAAVN" Cabinet and Carpenter VorU none tv order. 8fi KINO 8TREKT. liell Telepboua 107 TlljelCtf L?I) I I V I t 1 lUseuit jSiIaiuifacturers. CR. KAXMIIir. A KhOAllWAY HTH., Shu I'mnrisen, Cal. JAMES DUNN, Sr.pt. H0 au((10 THE INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV IGATION COMPANY, (IJmite! i. Keep constantly on band, for sale, STEAM. FAMILY and BLACKSMITH COAL, and a jrsueral assortment of 11' .. IRON. ajtt; ly Schweitzer & Co. Importers and Jobbers of FANCY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, While 4oolw. "r'.mhroiderie. Ilssdlter--hlel. I .'. KililHtiis. I. al !' A 4'hillreim" I iuler ear. 29 and 31 Battery St., San Francisco 4s; feUlO'HK E. H. Bucknam & Co. Manufacturers and Pealers in SHIP STOVES, Tin, 'er, 'roeler anl heet Iron Wsrri. Milp l.nnterns amt Mtusl ii, 22 Stewart St., bet. Market and Miasinn, .-AN URANCISCO, CAL. Sliip sud Jo'f Work and stove Repairing of all kinda a specialty. H7 febltt'BH TO J'LAXTKKS. M e have on band a nnslffnnient if Automatic Trash Feeding Furnaces, Ko) four and five foot furnaces, complete with Krst bars, bearers and tranh carrW-rs. Machines of this make are now Ir. successful operation at Spier kelsvllle, Makee Hntar Company and other planiatlous. Also, a cinsljnineiit of Filler Presses, MavtuR all the latest Iinprnvements. PLAXTKKS AM) OTHERS Interested are requested to call and examine tha ahove. lor prices and lurtber particulars ap ply to Win. 0. Irwin Co., 2nt Aiteiila. BONE MEAL!! T1j? tindersisTTieil at e now pr pai A to re ceive orders for this CelebratM Icrtilizer from th mantifactoiy of liufk A ()hln,U Ran Francisco: The following is aiep,rf of the compo nent parts, as obtain .1 by Chemical analy sis: Water 8.10 per ct nt Organic Matf-r 2f.l" " " HilictotiH Matter 4.f.." " " Lime 31.70 Miosnliorio Aci-1 23.11 Oti-le .f Iron Carbonic Aei.l Alka Salts 1.81 .T'1 " lOO.tVl Nitropen 2.7 per cent. Order Ri'feirrd it-ill hove. Prompt and Careful Attention. W. (.. Irwin & Co., Agents or tlie TIawaiiati Islamla. vitf MONTHLY PAYMENTS. A II accounts fi r Advertising and Job Prtntt'i at the I'arlBr Comnifrrlal Aderler OWce will from this dat" be presented for pay. meiit moTirMv, HoDi.luhi, Match ?, 1 -i i.' . fcsaa mmMJtfm t wfcr 15 '