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-V . & V PL' r DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1885. FLAYING FAN-TAN. (Scncntl 'Jlbbcrtiscmcnte. w (Scncntl blicrttcctncnto. 6citcntl rjuevfiscnicnta. General JUjbcrltDcmcntD. (Scncntl Ttbcmscmcitte. Scncntl Jlbbct'tiscmcttto. HOW THE QAME 13 CARRIED ON IN 'THE CHINESE DEN9. A Peop Into One of tlio Queer Ilnunta "" of the Quaker City Celestial Qnmblera In an Inner ltcmloivnit. Philadelphia Timor "Did you over toe Cblnainen gamble! Come with mo, and I'll show you. Tbey aro the most iuvotorato gamblers tn the norlJ. A Canton Chlntimnn would soil bit cuo to raise a stake to gamblo with." Expressing a doslro to soo this oihtbltlon of Oriental doprnvity, my clcerono, who seemed to bo well noqUatiitod with the queor haunts of tho city, taking a car to one of the down town wards, on a side street not mora than n mile from the contral station, - stopped boforo the front door ot a homo, In tho windows of whloh hung the tawdry rod curtain's botokening a Chinese laundry. sold he, Vs wo entorod the lbtoTlor, to an Celettlal on gaged tn polishing up tho bosom of a linen hlrtthat was. spread out on a narrow counter behind tho dingy curtain, "Chin-Chin," responded tho Chinaman, as ha looked up to take in the features of bis flsltors, "What can do for Helicon man ?My gutdo stepped up to the son ot tho lowery Kingdom and Inylng his bahd lightly on his shoulder, whlipernd tome most infernal toabox gibberish in. bis ear. Our laundryman appeared to catch on satisfactorily, for he immediately said: "Alio lite; dome this side," showing us the way into tho interior heathen sanctum hung with mora red curtains and whero tho light was dim and tho smell more than aromatic. "Me go catchoo Ah-Koe. Back bly and bly. Slit downl" motioning -us to a rickoty rattan sofa, whloh from its age might hare been used in tho Oontuolus homestead, and then leaving us for a remoter- part ot tho houso, passing out through more red curtains, which contrasted patriotically with tho immaculate white ot hli pojama and the bluo nankoen of his .trousers. In a little whllo Ah-Kee, who appeared to be a sort of mandarin in the placo and who was a rather large framed Chinaman, with keen oblique black oyes, cuo tied up on top of his head and dressed In costume, returned. A short confab took place botwoon him and the guide, and turning, he said: "Allee lite, you flond wantoo see Chinaman glamble, play fan-tan. Alloo llto, dome along," with which he lod the way through tho red curtains, along back by a narrow ball-way, up a flight of stairs to a door loading to a rear room ot tho don. At this ho stopped. "Me lap," giving a mystlo wink ot his eyo and anesotorio crack or two with his long bony fingers on tho panels. "Ah-Foo, volly much flado, No wnnchoo got pullod." INTO THE IKNER DEN. In a faw seconds tho door was quietly unbolted on insldo and with. Mossrs. Ah-Keo and Ab-Foo and the gutdo, who hod such intimate acqualntauco with them, tho reporter was carried through another room, garnished With more red curtain and an other door whore a quoor night mot his gaze. Gathorod about a largo round tablo In center of room were some ten or twelve Chinamou, all so apparently Intent on what was going on there that thoy scsirco noticed or looked up at tho intruder. Tho room was almost dark, tbo light was S3 dim. On the mantel over a dtsusod fireplace wan a blue Canton jar, in which wero burning some Uipori Moit of the Chinamen had littlo long bamboo pipes, the small bowls of which wero incosantly illled. On some couohes or bunks in n far comer of the room wero huddled two or tbroo sleopers, who oltlior from opium or fatigue at the game, lor both, had succumbed. In thj center ot tbo was a huge pile ot brass "cash" tbo Chinese pouny, with square holes in It. Ono man, who was introduced as IloAg Lee, actod as banker, and In a drawer by him was quite a comfortable pile ot Unltod Stated coin and a rolo of notes. Tbo game seemed to require each Celestial round the table In the play to rake out of tho large central ptlo a smaller pile. Than they all Logon to assort their lessor piles, togethor t with tho bunker, into small groups of four each. This counting oil of fours was dono witn marvelous dexterity. As tho la.t was reached tho payment of the debtdopondod on how many. of the cash wore left in the banker's group, 1, 3, 3 or four, and tho coincidence of the Individual bettor's group with'it. THE CHEAT CHINESE UAME. JThis is tho groat Chin oso gambling game, fan-tan. Everybody In China plays It, fronTPrlnco Kung down to tho coolies, " said tho guide. "It is a very simple game, . but tho combinations ot betting are vary groat They do not all 'bet that the count ot tho cash in their groups by fours will coincide with tho banker's, but that thero wU bo 1, 3 or 3 cash left lu his group or four, whloh makes Income out even, and on this thoy can wager, and, -many othor ways. At Macao, tho Portuguese concession aoros tho bay from Hong Kong, isa fan-tan bouse, where as heavy gambling is done as any placo in'tbo world. Thoro is a largo ono at Canton, at Shanghai and one at Every little place in China has its fan-tan hell like thu. They gamble, smoko opium and tobacco in those places and often slay days ataslttlng. It's a comparatively square game, being so simple It would be hard to prautlco a.skjn gamo on a Chinaman. A European, however, could bo skinned by n Chinaman overy day lu tho week at it, tor, as you soo, 'they 'play and sort the cash with wondorful rapidity. No European is 'as dextorous digitally or has suchasonsnot touches a Chinaman.. -The latter can tell by fool and balancing on his fingers tho slightest dllTeronco of woight In a silver coin. Chlnoso "shroffr," as thoy are called, aro iisod in tbo California banks and "" the banks out in India and China to "shroff" the Moxlcun dollars that 1-, oxamlno and throw out from "first chop," second and third chop dollar. A CUl' OF TEA. Aftor a few minutes examination ot tbo Oriental scheme of gambling and listening to tho unlntolliglblo guttural conversation and exclamations with which it was attended, Air, Au-Keo had brought to us two tiny cups ot tea in what seemed little toy porcelain teacup saying) "This volly iline tea; mo catchoo blox Woo-Sung .tloo year ago." Drinking or rather sipping as one sip finished tho contents of the cup thu prlmo Importation, the guide , signified our intention to.return on co moroto daylight. ' "Alleo .lite I Clomo this way," and we wore re-led doHn the stairway and boll out through tho mftze.of red curtains and queer partitions to the room adjoining the street, whoro tbo same patient Mongolian 'whom we saw on coming was at work on another shirt .. 'Velly'glad see. you. Clome again," n'ald' Mr. Ah-Keo to tho polite guide as we turned to go put into the street. Prof, Swing: Optimism Is. tho porpetuul youth of tho world, It is tho sun shljilnp utter the storm; n smllo shining through tht rain of weopiugf it is musla heard in the night,. ' A Heavy Queensland, although tho youngost the colonies of tho Australasian group, h'l the'Jargest public debt,' "mounting to $8i, IK),OUO, or an average of (300 por hoad. Scleral Ships Annnallf from Liverpool. tly " Oritnte " from Liverpool, Steamers from San Francisco and tther late arrivals, THEO. H. DA VIES '& CO., Have received English and American Prints, . yiute Cottolit, Unbleached Cottons, Linen Drill anil Duck, Crown Canvns, French Merino of different qualities, Grey, lllue and Mixed Flannel, Waterproof Tweeds, Dreu MaterUts, Silks, Satins, Silk Klbbons, Velvet, Hosiery Underclothing, IN GRHAT VARIETY. Lawns, White and Printed Moleskin, Linen and Cotton Ltaodos, Towels. Handkerchiefs, Movjuito Netting, Kubber Clothlrg", Waterproof Sheeting, Men's, Women's & Children's Boots & Shoc4, (sites and styles adapted to this market,) Horse Blankets. Bed Blankets, (all rius, weights, qualities and colors,) Velvet and Tajicstry, UugH and Mats, Centra Rues, Nary and Merchant Canvas, Filter Press Bags; (tans), Sugar Bags, Rlw Bags, Coal Bags, j & $ Ply Twine, English, Hawaiian & American Flags (J, S and yards,) Floor Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, assorted widths) Men's Saddles, Side Saddles, Saddlery, Iron Bedsteads, Galvanised Buckets, 'tinned Iron Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans, Fry Pans, (assorted sites), Butcher Knives, Knives and Forks, Tin Plate, Sheet Lead, Galvanised Water Pipe (K to a Inches), White Lead, (various qualities), Boiled Oil, Turpentine, Corrugated Roofing, (iiKauge, 6, 7. 8 and 9 ft. lengths). Galvanised Screws and Washers,. Galvanised Klilcine., JTelfgw Sheathing Metal sC Nails Annealed Fence Vfire, Fence Staples, Wire Plant Guards and Arches, . Steel Kails, with Fish Plates, Bolts and Spikes, A LARGE FRESH ASSORTMENT OF SH1SXL.1T HABDWABE, Crockery and Glassware, Oos, Picks, Shovels, ' Plantation and Mechanic's Tools, Robey & Cu's Portable Engines, U H-P and 6 11-P) One Splendid Piano, by llrlnsmead & Sons,) Tested Chain, Gosage's Soap, (s qualities. In bits a and 60 bars), Best Welsh Steam Coal, Coke, Flooring files, Fiscally, Portland Cement, (White A Johnson Fire Bricks, both square and Lump Rock Salt, LEATHER IBELTING, ( to la Inch widths.) A Large and Fresh Assortment of Oalifornian and English Groceries N. F. BUMESS, CAUPENTEB AND BUILDER, Respectfully announces to the public that he has purchased the BAGGAGE EXPRESS Business recently conducted by Mr. G. M. Lake, at No. 84 King street, which will be under the management ofhisson B. F. BURGESS. The Express will attend the arrival ol every steamer and promptly deliver FREIGHT PACKAGES & UAGGAGE In Honolulu and vicinity. FTJJEtJSl XTUKB S Moved with care. ' HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Busir.ess heretofore kept by Mr. J. W. Hingley, at No. 84 Kins street, which will be conducted 'by his .011, G. W. BURGESS, and where everything in he line of SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be found,.ol .he best quality. Thanking the public for past favors and guaranteeing o promptly execute all orders hi either line of bus!. ess, at reasonable charges would respectfully solicit a .hare of public patronage. Ofllee Telephone No. 202. ttetUUnen Telephone A'o. lti'J Vo. 84 King Street, Honolulu. 943-304 BEAVER SALOON 1 . " II. , NOLTE, PROPRIETOR, llegs to announce to His friends and 0eJ public in gen eral that the above Saloon provide " Retrosntneuta From 3 A. St., till 10 r u The finest Clrarettes Tobaccos, Cigars 'Plots.? j ', and. - Smoker's Sundries CONSTANTLY ON HAND, , OneofRrunsnlck&Balke'scelebrated BlUlardraTioif I connected with the .cstablititmchl, where lovey of thti mi ran nartlriiiate. ' Saratoga H oiise ! . 99 Hotel St, near Library Building FIRT-CLASS BOARD BV THE WEEK, MONTH. OR TRANSIENT Special accommodations for ladies and Families, . Reading Parlor with Dally Papers open for the guests ol the House, ' The -Coolest D'ining Rooms In the !ity, NO 1TLIES H, BARBER. - MARKET, KING'STBEET, C, J. WALLER - - - Proprietor Choicest Moats IfronilFinost Horde. Families and'klilpptng supplied en tliort notice and Lowest Market Prices. 'All meats delivered from this market are thoroughly hilled immediately after kllline bv means of a BelH Coleman Patent Dry Air Refrigerator, Meat so treated retains all its jutcy properties, and Is guiiranteed to keep longer alter delivery than roeat. wr -'' M. W. McCiiesney & Son. No. 42 Queen Street. Have now landing For Alameda & John D. Sprookols, ' LAKCB SMirMENTS OF - Assorted Merchandise Consisting In pari ? ' " Bbts. Flour, GoldeA Gate. . Bbli. Flour. El Dorado. (r SacVs Wheal, Best, ' Sacks Barley, Best, Sacks Corn, Best, Whole, Sacks Corn, Best, Cracked, Sacks Bran, Coarse and Fine, Sacks Beans. White, Sacks Beans, Red, Sacks Beans, Bayou, Sacks Beans, Horse, Sacks Beans, Lima Sackt Onions. Best Silver Skin; Sacks Potatoes, Best til Gunnies. Cases Nicnacs, Cases Extra Soda Crackers, Cases Medium Bread, Cases Cracked Wheat, to lb. bags,' Cases Corn Meal, white, to lb. bags.' Cases Oat Meal, 10 lb. bags, Cases Corn Starch. Casks Dupse Hams, Casks C & A Hams 0 Cases R. B. Bacon, Cases'Faitbnnk's Lard, 3 lb. pail. Cases Fairbank's Lard, lb. pall. Cases Fairbank's Lard, 10 lb. patl. Casts Whitney's Butter, In tins, Hairbbls. Butter, Pickle Roll, Qr. bbls. Butter, Pickle Roll, Half firkins Butter, Gilt Edge. Qr. firkins Butter, Cut Edie, Cases New Cheese. Boxes and Ulls". Salt Codfish, Bbls Tierces Columbia River Salmon Cases Fresh Eggs, Cases Laundry Starch, Boxes Brown Laundry Soap, dozens Brooms, Pure Java ColTee, Roasted and Ground, 1 lb. tins. Sacks Green Coffee, Chests Japan 1 ea, lb. papers, Chests Japan' Tea, Yx lb. papers Boxes Raisins, London Layers. Yt boxes Raisins, London Layers, 54 boxes Raisins. London Layers. Boxes Raisins, Muscatel Drums Citron, Boxes Currants, Cases Chocolate. Cases Mixed Pickles, Cases Spices, assortedall sites, Ptils Mince Meat, Atmores, Tins Mince Meat, Cuttings. Sacks Raw Peanuts, Sacks English Walnut', Sacks Soft Shell Almonds, Sacks Texas Pecans, extra large. Cases California Honey, i lb. tins, . Cases King, Morse & Co'v, fresh canned ' Fruits. Tellies and Vegetables. ' 'Bales Wrapping Paper, extra quality A LARGE ASSORTMKNT r Best California Leather. Sqle, Insole, Harness, Skirting and Uppers. French and American Calfskins, .Sheen Skins. Goat Skins. Hawaiian Saddle Trees. And other goods too numerous to mention. These goods are fresh, were bought very low, and will be sold at LOWEST MARKET BATES. ::, w, umm & son, 961-264 No. 42 Qnoon Street, G. BREWER & CO.. Offer for'sale to arrive per BARIC AMY TURNER, ' From Ronton, due a rT :p-v i, i a 8,6, Franklin Stove Coal in Casks, y, bbls. Crushed Sugar, Cases Prater's Axle Crease, Cases Hoe Handles, Bbls. No. s Rosin, Cases Wheelbarrows, NESTS TRUNKS, Hay Cutters, Flax Packing, y bbls. Wilmington Tar, Wilmington Pitch, .Bales Navy Oakum, Cases Ex Lard Oil, Grindstone!. Iron Safes FARMER'S BOILERS, ribis. ' 'rr: Dairy Salt, Bbls. Cement, ) and a In. Ox Bows, Cases Axe and Pick Handles, Canal Barrows, , Bbls. Ex Prime Pork, Kegs Nails Cumberland Coal in bulk, MANILA CORDAGE, Sisal Cordage. Oak Lumber, . White Wood Lumber, Walnut Lumber, i Ash Lumber, Eastern White Pine Lumber, Refrigerators, Cases Tinned Tomatoes, Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil Ketchup and Codlith Balls, Cases Clam Chov-der, Fish Cowder and GheiVins, Cases Sausage Meat, Cases Huckln'sTomato Soup. Cases Huckin s Mock Turtle Soup, Cases Huckln's Ox Tall Soup, Oo nil Ili (fill XjiwiinjH, Buckets, Lime Wash Boards, Cases Chairs, Cotton Waste, Cases Yellow Metal Shethtng, Keg's Yellow M, Sheathing Nails, Bbls. Twine, Bales Duck. Hide Poison, Unseed Oil, Cases Turpentine Casea JBroum Soax, bbls. Mineral Paint, " Mammoth Rockers, Book Cases, Assorted, Extension Top Carriages, Case. -Curled Hair,' - . . Drums of Caustic Soda, P CASTLE &C00ZE iloNOLVLV, II. I. I ,. v !-.' Sv. '. V4Wftis Would caUAttentlon to their Largi.irid ' '"VMlSd AOIUOUX.TURAI. IMPIiEMENTS, Consisting of the unrivalled Paris Steel Breaking Blow, ' ' '' v.;2 :- i' . The Mohne Steel Breakersand Furrowing Plow, .Mo-line Steet Plows all sues Planet, Jr., Cultivators, Dirt Scrapers, ""'" ' ' '' John Dooro'a; GisiiK Plows', Planters' Hoes of the best makes.' D1SSTONS' CELEBRATES CANE KNIVES made to order, Ames , Shovels and Spades, Garden Hoes. Canal Barrows, Ox Bows, Yokes, Chains, Fen' Chains, ' Sugar Mill fRequlrements. SUGAR BAGS; 'SUGAR KEGS, Gumbbrliwd.CoAl, Spentt Oil, Cylinder. Lata' . and .Kerosene Oil, Perfect Lubricators, Plumbago, At- bany Grease, Disston's and 5. and J. riles, all tires and kinds. Steam Packing, Flat and Round India Rubber, Asbestos and Soap Stone, Flax Packing, India Hose, i to a inch. Pipe, and Couplings, Nuts and Washers, finished, Machine Bolts, all sites, Cold-pressed Blacksmith's, Engineer's ami Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe Cutters, Winches, Sinch to as inch, Anvils, Vices, Tube Scrapers, Grindstones, Best American BarlronandTooi Steel, Builders Hardware, all kinds and styles. Hub-buck's Paints and Oils, raw anu ooiieti, small raints In Oil, tin large variety. Vcy Paints, umber, Venetian, '- ' Red. OchresMetallic.&c., ' Wniting, German Window -V - ass'td sizes, Manila Rope Staple Groceries, No, s nnd a Flour, No, s and 1 Rice, Crushed Sugar,ChlnaandJapanTeas, Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters, Finest Table Fruits from the Factory Pure English Spices, Condensed Mllkl Cocoa,. SPECIALTIES: The .Kerotene Oil, Wetlon'n Cen trljiiial Unlngt, 14 inch, ltultber Nprtnir anil Cnririi llrnke just at. hand.Bialce Steam Pump Valves, Ing. &c. Bloke Boiler Feed, Juice or Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete, ALSO ON CONSlONMItNT California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrels j Salmon, Hams,'Asbetos Mixture for Boilers and Steam Pipes, very cheap, Fence Wire and Staples, Galvanised Roofing SEWING MACHINES, Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic: Sinzrr Manufacturing Company, Assorted: Remington Company. Family; Wilson Alacmnes, me uest assortment to oe louna, and at Bottom Prices. Hew Goo by every arrival from England, . New H ork and San Francisco, , 1 New Traotloc Engine, power, Orders from (he other Islands filled at Best Rates and Willi ui.paicu a-vu r CA.IIV321 &c OO.. ' No. 34 Fort St., Clock Building' Have received a consignment of the most Economical anu Yaiuaiie reed lor all Kinds 01 stocw, vis ; COOKEf) LINSEED MEAL. It Is the greatest Flesh former, Milk, and Butter pro ducer in use, - Oil Cake Meal tlmwi about a9 ner cent of nutrltUe matter ; this nearly 39 per cent, too lbs, of this meal is equal to 300 lbs. of oats, or 318 lbs. of corn, or to 767 lbs. of wheat bran, Also, our Unrivaled MIXED FEED, as well as our usual supply of the best Mods of Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Eta, Etc, Which Is aflVreri at the I.nweit Market Rates, and delivered free to any part of the city. Agents for the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California. Agents for the HOOVER TELEPHONE. Commissioner of Deeds for the State of California TELEPHONE NQ. ut. LIME, LIME. LIME! Patronizo Homo Manufacture The Hawaiian Stone Company. Are now prepared to. 'furnish fresh Lime In quantities to suit purchasers, and satisfaction warranted as to both the .kind and the price. ALLEN & nOBINSON, OI-UIO AGENTS. HOIXISTER & CO. ITtVlTK TUF ATTENTION Of XUK ' rVJlLIOM VOUSTlli' . '' . ' . " : . In paitlculaf to their large and varied assortment LUNDBOBG'S VEBFUMERY, - 1 just received. This is acknowledged to be the finest pel fume in the orld. All of one quality. Great variety of odors styles and prices, also Oollnlold Trumoos, , (all shapes and style) ' Surplool Initrumonta, Photograpuers SnjipHos and the largest and most complete stock of , DRUGS, CHEMICALS PATENT MEDICINES, ' ever kept in this Kingdom, a ' large Invoice of WA8UISO SIEMTKRJtAN.KAN SPOKOE 'direct from Europe, free'from f sand or dirt. Agents for PARKE DAVIS & GO'S - Pharmaceutical Preparations J. O. AYEK & CO'S Patent Medlrlucs, Horaeford's Acid Phosphates, Green's August Flower & German Syrup, , Allceck Porous Plaster Co1, M'irrny & Lanman s. Florida Water " Verba Buena Bitters. ;TTOLLISTER & CO., art alto Proprietors and facturcra of the celebrated Rheumatic Liniment EUCALOFORM. f .Agents for Wm. S. 'Kimball ficCo's Frugrant Vanity 1'alr, Tobacco and Cigarettes which liave no rivals. The largest assortment of " PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN '' THE KINGDOM. OUR GINGER ALE f has always been recognised a tho . - but in the market. ." OURaiKGliR, ALE EJVTJtACll&l - u " being manufactured from our awn private formula in , ' . ''' k. Now York. AERATED WATERS in Patent or Cork Stoppered bottles as desired, WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 59 NUUANU ST, RETAIL, Con, FORT 4 MERCHANT STS QEORGE LUCAS CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, STEAM PLANING MILLS UipUnKiile, Honolulu, Manufacture all kinds of Mouldings, . Brackets, Window frames, Blinds, sashes and Doors and all kinds of wood-work finish. Turning, soroll, and liantl sawlu(r. All kinds of Planing and Sawlug, Mortising, and Ten onlng. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND , WORK GUARANTEED OrdersfrorDthr Islandttsolicitedhero m JOHN twffli mSmSgfP At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanii St., Honolulu ';... V - IMPORTER AND DEALER IN STOVES 'A..1S Granite Iron Ware, Plain and NlsUl.PUled Tin Ware, orall.klnds t t Chandellers'j " . Lamps and Lanterns ; Pomps J ; . Plumbing, Tin j Coper OF ALL KINDS, VT A variety of House Furnishing. Goods too numerous to-mention: - DIRECT STEAMER LINE! Sydney, .Honolulu, We lieg to inform the DIRECT MAIL Will be performed by the Magnificent well - ZEALANDIA The Steamer AUSTRALIA, .Brough, Commander, will commence, the new service,., leaving Sydney, N. S. W., on the 1st December, and will sail from Honolulu for San-Fran-' cisco on or about the 15th December, takins; FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS. H; -HACKFELD- & CO.,, Agents. . Special 1 m HAS JUST N.ew 3rooa per Mariposa,' IMrect EJnlaixd, COMPRISING Fancy Coatings, Trousersings arid Serges, Tweeds, Cassimeres and Trimmings of Every Description. These Goods having been boueht for Cash at the Factorv can h snl at the very lowest rates. ' Workmanship and B- INSPECTION ilsj 61 - Pacific Hardware Company Successors to Dillingham & IMPORTERS AND Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods & General Merchandise. Just received Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice rA.IHBA3SrE:'S Sc V.1 ALL THE LATEST IMPROVED ' i ". '-, X it 3E3 SJ , Rubier Hose; ' Dalvanlied Iron and Lead Pip -, Shset Lead and Copper; f Iron-Stone Drain Pipe. . 4 I.- r . and Shoot Iron Work ATTENDED TO. S(8-s an. Public that a new SERVICE ! ,:v '.it known Steamships AUSTRALIA and- & ' if' between : j' al: ,',' JL'' J,1' Notice. . m. RECEIVED Fit Guaranteed. ARE INVITED . , tr Co., and Samuel Nott. DEALERS IN Chests, new styles, of Chandcllets and Library HCO - VvTE'S SCALES. upon favorable terms. HARDWARE COMPANY. Jovcigu bbcrtmeweitte. MATEO, CAL. FOB BOYS. Discipline. Southern racitic U. "R., si uiil. from San Frociic and ablllv, The builJIng, are extenrive aid' 1,"U,' ni " for' ot Xt.V TOnlty sMw aJJren Riv, ALFKJJB tE. BREWER, M. A., " Princlp. All of which are oifcred PACIFIC foreign: bbcttiBcmcttte. QT. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN .4 SCJIOOL - Under Military v.te'f1 iV1" hauliy v"l,g Sn Mal'i' on th Establltlud in 1B6. Fourteen tnitructori of reputation beSntjiiysr ",V"yWy Urn,ng"1 for ,h' ror furrher infrouitlau MiJ cataUgue, lust tut, ai7J88 NOTT, '.i ; I ..;v 5 . . I 'S?r; ' (.',.. - -v . f.. i U AT". ( ,l .T u ' 3' 3.1 ill . ' er. '4 . i' ,. ' '. . '.