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4 i'Ttff a ' if VOL. VI.-NO. 181. T1IK DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser IS l"lKI.IiII KU I'vory Morning Exeunt Suiulays. .si lisCJUl'TlONS ; I n.y 1. Daily 1. ' Kaii.v 1'. A dvk.ktimkk, on ycur ADVMtTlKK, six months ,S 00 . 3 00 Al'VKItTIMKK, ttirt'l' (IKIIltllH..... 1 IM.Y 1'. I". ADVKKTISKK. UfT MKllllll ,V Wkkki.v h. U. AiivKKTlMtK, one ytiir 6 00 h"i flijn SiihsiTiiitlnii, W. I'. I". A. , lncltiiliinf Uo-ituifJ 6 60 Payable Invariably in Ailvwice ALONE. - T'r? Since she went home The evening shadows linger longer here, The winter days till so much of the year, And even summer winds are chill aud drear, Since she went home. Since she went home The robin's note has touched a minoi strain, The old glad songs breathe but a sad re frain, And laughter sobs with hidden, bittei pain, Since she went home. Since she went home How still the empty rooms her presence blessed; Untouched the pillow that her dear bead pressed; My lonely heart hath nowhere for its rest Since she went home. Since she went home The long, long days have crept away like years, The sunlight has been dimmed with doubts and fears, And the dark nights have rained in lonely tears, Since she went lome. Rot?rt J. Hurdette in Brooklyn Eagle. Driving Clo!e by Seminary. There's a fluttering of white wings in the dovecotes of learning. The maidens who have served their sentence and are getting their discharge from the pen itentiary, are filling the air with graduating essays, and the anxious parents are welcoming them out with effusive affection, but nol unmixed with wonderings of what they are to do with them. "I was going to call at a seminary on business," said a fellow the other night, "and as I drove into the grounds I saw at every window at least one young female head gazing out into the world. If a man wants to feel how much interest attaches to him lt him drive close to a seminary at an idle hour. He'll find girls who would not look at him in town gaze lovingly upon him, as if their whole souls went out tc him, I don't care how ug'y he is. I drove In and felt all eyes upon me at once. I could not resist it, I took out my handker chief, waved it in a semicircle, kissed my hand with a graceful sweep, and every window had its fluttering white handker chief, every white hand wafted a kiss tc me." San Francisco Chronicle. The Sale of Actress' Pictures. Twelve years ago we used to sell little, card imprints of actresses and public peo ple for as much money as the llnest cabi net photo now costs. The sale of this kind of work at present Is not large. Act resses are, of course, always in demand, but they must be well kuown and must have pretty faces. I sell ten of Mary Anderson's pictures to one of any other actress. She sells almost as well as Neil son used to .sell, and Neilson's pictures sell yet. There was the most popular woman who ever lived. Everybody seemed to want her photograph. Maud Uran3combe and other beauties had their runs of favor, but none ever equaled Neilson, and all of them are now forgotten. Fanny Daven port and some others sell very well, but not as fast as Anderson. Among the men Robert Mantell is the iavorite. Babies' pictures were the rage awhile ago Loring took a lot of them but they are not ttonu-ht now. Neither are the nirtures of actresses in tights, from which fortunes were made when Lydia Thompson nrst came over here. Globe-Democrat Inter view. A National Type Ioe Exist. Anna Bowman Dodd. in The Critic, discusses the questions of a fixed national type in its relation to Ameriean litera ture, and decides that such a type does exist as a basis for our literature. She Knv-; "Foreign customs, habits, language, Tiitlpr affect nor Influence us. It is the Amprif-jin who influences and imposes, just of in tlie case of language, German, Swedish, and French lose themselves in nr tmtive English tonizue. "ThpsH fncts oui'ht to be proof enough that at lea.st a national type exists. It n nnt lut nrcrtittd awav. It is a type which is neither English, nor German, nor French. It is American a new man, maue. if you please, out of several old ones, but ci ill on r.nfirtlv new nersou in the family of . j a - - nations. In action, in statesmanship, in military achievement, this type has found its embodiment in such men as Lincolu and Grant. Could these great men ever be taken for other than Americans?" The Current. OooJ Land In the Staked Plain. And now it turns out, on examination, that the abused Staked Plains in Texas are good farm lands. I wrote the same a year ago, and now Mr. Isaiah Troufoust, who has just spent three months examin ing tbo so called Staked Plains in the Pan handle, tells me he has never seen a finer body of cultivatablo land as this same Staked Plain. "It is covered with buffalo grasV paid Mr. Troufoust, "of the very best quality." "And is it not a sandy, barren plain" I asked. "No. It is equal to any land in Penn sylvania. There are a few sandy bluffs along the banks of the North Canadian river. It is generally a good farm coun try arid is being taken up by homestead ers. The cattlemen spread false reports about the Staked Plains. They wont to keep it for grazing but towns are spring ing up all through it. Ell Perkins in New York Yorld. ITiAIUIE CHICKENS. THEIR HABITS, HAUNTS AND THE WAY TO HUNT THEM. Chicken Shooting In Texa4 u uatlu Sport Oiil. k and Skilirul Work Some time ltt-quiretl A Graphic l-rlptlon A Novice Apt to Mi. Houston boasts of quite a largo number ofNimrods who go out almost daily to hunt prairie chickens and other game. Prairie chicken shooting has the prefer ence over most hunting sport, for the rea son that it requires carefully tniined dogs and a sufficient practice with the gun to shoot "upon the wing" without a moment's warning. The prairie chicken is an ac commodating bird, and may be hunted In pleasant weather; this fact may partly ac count for the ardor with which it is pur sued. Chicken shooting, however, is a fascinating sport in itself, the same being very strong of wing, and exceedingly pal atable. Daylight lind the hunters for they generally, like their dogs, hunt in pairs leaving the farm house where they have paed the night. At the word of command the dogs leap into the wagon, and a few moments' drive brings the hunters to a "likely Held." The hunters alight, slip a cartridge into each barrel of their guns and turn into the field. The dogs are eager for the sport to begin, and at the words "Hunt 'em up" and a wave of the hand spring out into the stubble at full speed, one hunter and one dog to each side ot the field. The dogs f ork from the edge of the field to the cen ter, cross, keep on to the other edge, re turn and cross again, cofering the field in ever varying and irregular circles. Now and then one pauses and snuffs the wind blowing down the field, or turns quickly aside from his course and follows up for a few yards an old sctmt in the hope of find ing it grow stronger. "HEHE THET ARE!" Suddenly one of them, running at full speed in long, elastic bound-j, with ear and tail waving as he leaps, falls flat on his belly as if paralyzed and remains motionless as a stone. Quick as is the movement, the other dog has also crouched and is pointing at the first dog, "backing him up" with implicit confidence, thougu the scent may not have reached his keen nostrils. The sagacious animals turn their heads and look back at their mas ters with intelligent eyes, as if to say: "Hurry up; here they are!" The men move rapidly and noiselessly up to the first dog. The intelligent animal, who has not moved a muscle, except to turn his head and look back, rises slowly and cronchingly to his feet, and with nose ex tended steals slowly forward, intelligence and wary caution expressed in every movement of his eloquent body. His feet are lifted and put down like paws of velvet, and his progress is noiseless and as true as the needle of the pole. The hunt ers follow carefully closa behind, guns cocked and ready for use. Down goes the dog as though shot dead, and this time he does not dare to look back, tremor of his body giving warning that he can go no further without walking into the covey. The men take one, two sieps whiz, whirr, three birds rise two to the left, one to the right. Bang! bang! bang! The man on the right kills his bird, the man on the left kills with the first barrel and misses with his second barrel. Neither hunters nor dog stir a step. The left hand man breaks his gun, draws out discharged shells and slips fresh ones in their place. While he is loading up rises a fourth chicken, this time to the left. The right hand man knocks It over, aud at the discharge of his gun the chickens rise on all sides. The left hand man gets in both barrels and knocks down two birds. They reload, and the dog is told to "hunt 'em up." WILDLY EXCITIN'O SPOUT. If the birds are plenty and the stubbles in good condition, the chances are that a covey will be in each stubble field. Hunters often "draw a blank," as they term it, and sometimes two coveys are found in one field. The coveys vary widely in size; sometimes as many as thirty or forty birds are found together, and sometimes an old cock is found alone with a field all to him self. The chickens in different coveys also behave differently. At times they will get up singly, and in such a case two shooters will get nearly the whole covey. At other times the whole covey will rise together, and it requires quick and skillful shooting to make each of the four barrels count. If the country and flight of the birds allow, it is sometimes possible to "mark down" a covey and follow them from field to field, unless they fly iuto the corn, when pursuit is hopeless. To a novice the sport is wildly exciting. The intelligent and admirable working of the dogs, the intense excitement of the moment when the birds are rising with the noise and speed of a skyrocket from the stubble beneath their very feet, and the exhilaration of a successful shot give it a fascination hard to describe to those who have not tried it. The novice, although he may be a good shot at other kinds of birds, is very apt to miss his first half-dozen birds. They rise too near him and look so large that it does not look possible to miss a bird, and he is very apt to shoot without aim. After a few misses however, he finds that they fly like an ex press train, aud must be covered by the sights of the gun, and quickly, too. After that his luck improves, and he finds that, like everything else, it is easy when you know how, and one of the most fascinating of all field sports. Houston (Tex.) PosL Foundation of the Armour Fortune. The Armours, by the way, an the last people in the world to disregard dreams tnd visions, for it is related that they made their first money on information ob tained in that way. While Phil Armour and Plankington were yet modc3t butcher in Milwaukee, the former had a dream in which was indicated to him a line of operations in which there would be a large profit. He related his experience to his partner the next morning, and received the answer, "that's just what I've been thinking for a week." The pointer was followed up and resulted in a profit uf nearly a million, which was divided be tween them, and wns the foundation of the lmmenae Armour fortune. St. Paul Pioueer- Press HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY , AL'(i l"ST 2, 18S7 ROYAL INSURANCE CMP'Y OF LIVERPOOL. CAlMTAIi - 10.000.0(H I'Nl.IMI 1 KI 1.1 A I'. I I.ITY. 1Ur IiiiiraiM-" oi H lriitlii i will (e eIlr.-l.Hl lit .Moderate liutes of i'reui urn, by the undefined. & , 2'Hi&wtf Muiirkti for HaW.Istuii'1s UNION Fire and .Murine Insurance Co. Of ew calHUil. CAPITAL. : 110,000,000. UnviiiL' F.HtlIi-JiMl an AfcoiM-y t Honolulu, for tlie Hawaiian iHland.s, the u derHitfiitMl are prepared to accept rinks agaiimt Hre iu dwellings, stores warehouses and mori-haudlae, on favorable terms. Marine risks on cargOj freights, bottomry, profits mid comml.vUous. Ixmm promptly imIJumI A payable 19-dwtf WM. C!. IKWI.V A CO. Tlie Hisdon Iron & Locomotive Works, Corner of Beal and Howard Streets, SAN FUAN'CISCO CALIFORNIA W. II . TAYLOR. JOS. IJOOHE... President .Superintendent BUILDERS OF STEAM MACHINERY. TN ALL. Its brauobtis; Steamboat, Steamship, Land Engines and Loilers, High Pressure or Com pound. STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete with hulls of wood, Iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad vlsable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tuiis con structed with reference to the trade la which they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Suxar Making Machinery made after the most approved plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE or Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made In suitable lengths fox connecting together.or Sheets Rolled, Punched and Packeu for shipment, ready to be riveted on the ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riv eted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work beiug far superior to aand Work. SHIP WORK, Ship aud Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made fter the most approved plans. SOLE AGENTS and manufacturers for the Pa cific Coast of the Heme Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for Irrigation or citv works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Mutton, superior to any other pump. J. N. S. WIL-MAMS Honolulu Room No.;. upsf.i!i'b, Spreckels' Block. 651iuari2diwlf Ageut lor Hawaiian Islands. -fi-e -r-T I'"', BET A i P I & f$ NO. FORT SfKKtT. (OpposlU Wlldor A Co. 'a H. J. Kolte, Propr. OPKN ytM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M FIRST-CLASS Ll'XCBXS, COFFEE, TEA, SODA M ATER, GIXCKK ALE, OiriV2-s: and Tobaccos OF BKST BRANDS Plain and Faucy I'IPKS personally selected from the Manufacturers, aud a Large Variety Of BKST-lll AI.1TV SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Loverso BILLIARD will Hud an Klegant BSUKSWIK I CO. BILLIARD TABLE on the Premises. The Ptoprietor would be plPaaed to receive a ca!l from bis Frleuds and the Public generally who may desire a E.rS'H. A SMOKE. OK A OAME OF 15IIMAKI)S. II. J. XOLTE.. ai-tf CHUN HOY & CO., Unlrlinial.cri anti Jcnolfr. Nuu.wm street, oppot-ite Mercbnnt' Eschatise Have always on hand and for sale, CLOCKS of all kinds, Gold and Silver Watches, Various prices, including ladies' watches; JEW LLUY of all descriptions, gold and sil ver; best Spectacles and Kve Classes to suit all ages gold, siUer and steel. Also, CHINESE JEWELRY, Of all kinds, gold and silver CHINESE FANCY SII.K HO. I) - ami PAlN l lNliS. Also, an assort ment of handsome Artificial Flowers .Chinese.; Musical Poxes, etc., etc. RIFLES, REVOLVERS, SHOTGUNS, With cartridges to suit. UVr.MHS attended to and neatly exe.-uted with promptness, including ali kinds of work In our line ,'f business, t ery low tales. Workman- ship guaranteed. Ti e public are respectfully invited to come , .i ii.. nu ,.riiii.nf i,f iiw sndele- unit goods lit our new storp, Nuusnu street. CHUN HOY iV CO aug 12 INTER.-ISI.ATfD Steam Navigation Co. (LIMITED.,- STEAMER W. Ci. HALL, (M ALULA N I .) HATE. , Com Uian-ir U'Ul run regular .y to Maaiat-a, Maul, aud Koua and Kail, Hawaii. STEAMER IWALAN1, FREEMAN. .. 'ommande Will run regularly to Nawlliwili, Koloa, Eleele aud W'aimea, Kauu. STEAMER C. R. BISHOP, MACAULEV Commander Will run regularly to Jfaruoa, Maui, aud Kukui baele, Houokaa ai;d Paaubau. Hawaii. STEAMER JAMES MAKEE, WKIK Comaiander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai. T, R. FOSTER, President. J. En a. secretary. 6-ap7-ly fflLDER'S STEAMSHIP CO., Limited;. STEAMER KINAU, (Lorenzon, commander), leaves Honolulu as per following schedule ouchlng k.t Lahaina, Maaiaea, Makna. Mahu koua, KamaihueLaupaiioehot?. HUo and Keaubou: Commencing ou MONUA Y.July 26, Isafi, and on every alternate Monduy it p. m., the Kiuau will make tbe 'OLCANO 1P.IP, reaching Keau hou on Wednesday morning, where horses and carriages are in waiting to convey passengers to the VOLCANO HOUSKfUve miles iu the saddle unii nine miles by carriage). Passengers by this route will nave two day and two nights at the VOLCANO HOfSK. TICKET. FOR THK KOUNU TRIP TO THE VOLCANO, FIFTY DOLLARS, WHICH PAY ALL CHARGES. The Kluau will arrive lu Honolulu Sunday mornings on Volcano 'rips. Ou H;lo trips, wli leave Honolulu ou Tuesdays, and return Saturday morning. PASSEOKB TRAINS will connect with tb Kinau at Mubukona The Kinau WILL TOUCH at Honokala an 1 Paauhau n down trips from HI'o fur lasei)f if a aigual la made from tbe Suore. STEAMER LIKELIKE. (Davis, C'oninianoei Leaves Honolulu every Monday at p. M tor Kuuiiakakai, Kahulul, Hueio. Haua and Kipanulu. every week: Knanae, Motulau and Nuu every other week. Returning, will stop at the above porta, arriving back (Saturday morniuts. For malls ana passengers only. STEAMER KILAl-EA IIOL (Cameron. Commander., Will leave regularly tor Lahaina. Paatibau. Ko holaleie, Kukaiau mud Ookala. ST E AM E R LE 1 1 U A , i,Clart, Commander) Will leave regularly for Hakal:u, Ilonomu alu Onomea. STEAMER MOKOL11, iMi-Oregor, Commander). Leaves fur tbe following ports every alternate Monday at 5 p. m.: Commencing May ltith To Kaunakakai, K.i iiialo, Pukoo. Lahaina, Olowalu. Heturmns to Lahain.'i, Pukoo, Kamalo, Kau uakakai. Arriving at Honolulu Saturdny a. m. Commencing May i't li To Kaunakakai, Latmi, Kamalo. Pukoo. Halawa, WaiLiu. Peleknnu, Kalaupupa. Returning to Pukoo, Lali.tma. Olo walu. Lahaina, Pukoo, Kamalo, K.iunakakai. Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. in. gtf- The Company will not he responsible Kir any freight or pa. kages unless receipted for, nor for personal baggage tin iess plainly marked. Not responsible for money or jewelry unless placed In haree of tbe Purser. All possible care will be taken of Live stock, but the Company will not assume any risa in accuieuv SAM'L O. WII DVR, President. S. B. ROE, secretary. OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen streets. SS-ly Mar SP S. P. TAYLOR & CO., Paper Manufacturers, ANP PLALF.I'.S IN l3ler I!ns, Twinrs. Kir.. 414 and 416 Clay street. SAN FKANCISCO i Tioneer and San tpion:nio r.i per Mills. South Coast rarer Mill, Soquel, Sar.ta Cruz County, Cal. 441ja?r '88 Goo. C. Shrove & Co., MANUFACTURING JEWELERS Am! Iiiorlrr of Ptamonds. Watches, Silver and Silver Hated Ware. Peaorated China. Art Prass Good. ans. Canes, Uinbrellas, Jerlin and Vienna Leather Hoods, Opera cilasses. Clocks, Ftc. nonlKOiuery anil Sutler SI.. SAN FHANCISOO. 443.ia2,?S J. IVANCOVICH & CO. Importer, "holecale Pel t. au.l Coruml.slon Merchauta in rorciRii Sz, Domestic Fruit, j poo Washington, and rtd, t3 VS Sansome St a , I FUWCI(N j S t n.K i . " ... , ., , This is the obUst established house In 1.1 ' huhiuai in San Fr-Ti Cisco, snd w ire ! rre, re 1 to fill orders of sll kinds In .,ur line Jl-mUTY in lMCKINii all kind, of I HI IT for lonn ditnoe uiarVet. ,Vour llrona-e l tllrll.'r f).r iiiarlv' P WM. Mi-CANHLESS. F:-.!i Market. I. nit-r In t hoi. rl liEKK, V K.A L M Li Ton , t t-u-. Family and Mhiupli-g Ordr-r carefully atind.-d , to. Uve Muck firtithe-l to v.-s-ieis at sli.-il j order. - tf New Photograph Jioonis. OVER NICHOLAS STORE, FORT STREET, next the Shooting Gallery. Pictures. Port raits and Views. First-class work. Hati.factiou guaranteed. lllap'2 l. A. OONSALYES. JOSHUA J1EXDY MACHINE WOMS No. 3? to 51 ''iiiont Pttreet, SAN FRANCISCO. Manufacturers of New and dealers in Second hand BOILERS, ENGINES, -AND- Of every description. Have constantly in stock New and Second-tand WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY, Machinists' Tools, Irrigating and Pumping Ma chinery, Piping, Pipe Fittings, Etc. Catalogues and price lists forwarded upon appli cation. ciMtugU USISS F2SS ca. Iiieolt-.ttB a lkI.iLBt II A Y A X D OK A IX, Telephone N. 176. LEKdK cv MILLS, 1: M 1' I K K Steam, Coffee and Spice Mills. ImiMirlorH ol lft. IT . Spi-t-. Chartrea Java -flee. Veast 1'owJrf, Crt-ain Tar tar, tla. iiaratu, ninunu i oner, rir eien ai.U I'omrMU- Matches. 4I(-H ln M.iM-l.SHiiMiiued Eall-er SAN FliANCISCO, CAL. P. (). Box 1.1 so. ti."mayl3'sS TELEPHONE 5A PNTEEPEI j3 PLAMX( ynhh. JZ3 A litkn. uenr ijHern M. J U l.llvj! Jl uuiic. The Pacific Transfer Co., Ofhce wilh the Unioc Feed Co. Bell Telephone 175. Mutiv Telephone 175. I am fully prepared to do all Mn.1 of drayace, hauilnc nr iddvihi; work. of nlch I i;i guai antee to execute fait hfu:lv. r,i ly s. F. (JRAITAM, I'roprietor. 1-T . SO I3 T , Mi. ce: nor to J. 31. Oat, ..r.. iV Co., STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS, Hawaiiaii Gaze He Block. 27 Jlfrlint M. Honolulu. II. I. 41-1! THOMAS LINDSAY .Manufacturing Jeweler, - . a,,. 9! llltllOlltlll, II. I. rrrt-u!ar attention P"1 to repairli. tf FOTi SATR. .,,. . , oi'lvriTV OX P A 1 , :a.vt,. t a.L hb l .n "''Id f,T , rent- a hnn.lred. T.ey a, v..rful K - -r. t tine t arr. I-. layl n nder oarvrts eto. i I v. Anvr.KTisr.i?. MveriistmtM. A rionxEVN-AT.LAH. j CUHKM'i. W. VUIXKY V, ItDlvkU. A'rrOhNKVs, (Xll'XSK LLl) , l(iI.ICnOiis, AUVOCATKS, KTC. OrtW Honolulu Hale, aljoln'.cf the Pos itOii-e. 4it4wtf JOHN T. DARE, Allornoy au.l ( ouusellor l I- . Office No. 12, Spreckela Block, Honolulu 17C oct21tf M. THOMPSON, A.TTO R NEY-AT-LA W , Office iu Ciiiij ' ll's Block, corner Frt aud Merchant -tieets, Honolulu, H. I. 1'RACl V l.i IN THE (C'UKTS. -When desired, will giye th law in a writ ten opinion, as to the prohable remit of the contention upon the facta atated 44tf J. M. MONSARRAT. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. KeM ftate In any iArt f tbe Klav dom bought, sld and LeaaoJ on Com mission Loans IVegoi.ls.W-d and LegaJ Doeumenu Dnwa Ko. 27 M KK I'll A XT NTBEKT, Gazette Block, Honolulu. 45-tf A. 0. Cook & Son, OAK TAXXEI) LEATHER BELTING, Lai' LeatlirrantI llrader Ilrver, No. 415 Market street, San Franoist-o. U Jau''Bli Foundation 'I'imhers ! ! Vio hv t ju-t iccrlved ftou Australia a Uw Iron t Ji. wubdktlvn Tlu.ttr. MZIA-Hr.'l lutl.Hfe. 13 IVel l.utf. Aud lUlt iutlieii, 16 t-I Iaui fhepe tiniVer. a ti.ir narue tutu r . air ...ali- . &...li.l n f,.l .tn,.Ll.l. f.tt imn iLliti l,r I tiidnJ&tiuu i'ur j-oht-?: , ,r i tiien of lil.,- n..iinc, i ,-aI.HOt 'jr sin pasc-J. Ar. Ci. Irwin cfc C o. Miiijuv-'r.ii T1 rayhew, rONTKAl'TOK AND WII.PEK. HA Hotel Slreel, llonololii. If OpiH'.te Fashion Hlabiea. I., p. o. nox sis. BF.LL TRLF-FIIONF. 53 Ail -w ort in aiy iine faithfully done. Flans and - -ifl.-tiona made. Johl.inR in all 1etaiJn done atNh.nt notice. t,ool work nd 1.' fharce i my iu.,rto. :.8-ft-cS-S5 Metropolitan Marlvet HINIi NTRKKT, O.V. WAl.I.KR., PRO I' HI KTOR C1iolrfl yitt Irom l'inrl Iler" m!l!es and ahtpping "l r""' on vHO'T NOT ICF. and Rt the Lowest Market Th-es. Ml nieni. .Ir-llx-erfd from ilit ni.rkrt ar. thor nKv hlllod luiiOPdifc"!- after Wlllln hy Diean. of a PHMV.Ian .Wn.Prv V' .K'fr'?.I r Meat ao mm rewm, a, ! "j; . - and !- l A R.I-,J .V ' lt7 1 x . AFTKH PKI IVk Rf HUN FhKsniA hi 1. 1 VPMklV I'KICE 5 CENTS. I. L.IT.MHY. (iN ii-ir.Kri Spruauee, Stanley & Co., Importer and Jobbers uf Flue WHISKIES, WINES and LIQU0KS 41W t'ruu I Hmm t'raitrlM. i It A w H. F. ItEKTELMANN, tontrattor and Builder. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON W OOP, UPTCK Or. b'I'ONF. CaMnct aud Carpenter Wotk done to order. fcS KINO STREET. Lell IU phone lu7 Uljtll.lf AMERICAN CRACKER CO Kiscuit. 3Ianufacturers, (VH. NAXROMC BKOADK AY lTf., Han l'rBrl-o, JAMES DUNN, Supt. 48C anglO THE INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV IGATION COMPANY, (L.lmlfr1i. Keep ronrtactly on hand, for tale, STEAM, FAMILY and BLACKSMITH COAL, and jteterl aaaorttnent of fcAR IKON. .Tit If Schweitzer & Co. Iiu porter and Johber vt FljSTCY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, Wttlte Uom1m. i:tubrlflrrl.. HauUker -tilf Im. 1 J. e. KibtMJUk. I.mlirn' A l blldrru' I iiilrmear. 29 and 31 Battery St., San Francisco 4J fehlu'BH E. H. liuckiiam & Co. Mkbufucturera anU IeaUra in SHIP STOVES, Ttit, Hrr. 'r l.r muI Irnii M am. Slilp I.Miil-r(a and mkuki on. J'J Sl-Miit St., U't. Markt-t and Miweioi, VS 1 HANCMTO, UAL. si. ii. aiil J.-i- V'"k ana stove liej alring of all kinU- -ir. lall v. ttt7 lehlWBH TO 1'LANTKHS. W e have on hauJ a onViK'iU'ent of Automatic Trash PVeding Furnaces. Fo. four arid Are foot furnace. mmplM with rt bur. t.eirera and tmnh carriers. MacbinM of tliia mate are now ir. auccetful ojurrmtiuu at piekelsville. MnVee Nujrar Company and other plan atioua. Also, a coii nnietit of Filter IPresses, Haviu all the lateM improvenrier . PLANTERS AND OTHERS Intereated are reqneated to call and emamin th above. For prt es anu further partU uiara ap ply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., cm A(fDl, BOSEMEAL!! The nnclcraisrned are ni.w prct-aretl to ro ooive orders for thin Cftlc'rfed I"ertilizr from the manufactory of liutk A OhUndt San TranciBCo; The following ih report of tJ. compo nent parts, a obUined ly Chemical anal?- Waltr .mircit Organic Matt.r 2J.1J " rhoaphM-ic And iXU " ' Oiide of Iron -W ( nrVnir An' i.". A1U Salts 100.00 Nttnfn 2.7 t cl. Order RrceWrd trill have Prompt and Careful Attention. W. G. Irwin & Co. AfreDtf or the Hanm ItdaDda. 21tl MONTHLY PAYMENTS. All amount f.-r AdverlWn and Job rrtDt1..(t at ill" l(Mlt Commerrlal lrllr Oftloe lllfroro thl date be pre.nteJ for pay. n.eiit fn.-Jilt lv 1 ' H,.n..H.luT Man h i iis.