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i - I " Formation of Oio American ltnco. Said I:" "Mr. Uookwftltor, hnvo yon over thought about tho rnco that is iu Amerlcnf" "Tho American raco Is only ln process of formation. It Is not yot iniule: It is not going to bo Ilka tho old Puritans or Quakers or Virginians, und yet with qualities varied and original. "When you Want to get the best Iron you mix the ores from many places, nnd tho quality of ono assists the quality of every other one. From somo yod get tension, fronl somo obstinacy, from some purity. I .think that under favorable conditions of government and intelligence tho American raco Is Uablo to become ono of tho best, if not tho very best. "The only thing I seo to retard this raco in tho lino of perfection Is tho variability of tho climate, which I am afraid affects the regularities of method and staying qualities of tho people. Wo havo every kind of climate in rapid alternations, and almost every one feels It in his system. Since I havo been In Now York It seems to me that every sort of cllmato has been here almost tho cold of winter, the chill of early spring nnd tho sickening heat of Indian summer. Every time I get up a new kind of climate confronts me, and It undoubtedly affects the regularity of your Intentions and purposes. "Cllmato Is tho most powerful factor ovcrywhere. Tho reason why India has been the cradle of modern theology and thought has been that the race to which everything Is duo there camo not out of the sultry coasts, but from the high and fresh plateaus stretching out from tho baso of the Himalayas. In that high plateau tho cllmato gives its vigor to the brain, nnd tho thought seems to move upon tho healthy zephyrs." "Gath's " In-4 tervlow. Cattle multiloop on tho Track. "Do wo try to avoid killing animals? Wo do when it Is possible," said an old engineer. "But If It Is Impossible to stop the trnlri before reaching them it is dangerous to lesson tho speed, for when a train is moving slowly a big, healthy steer is sopiotlmcs enabled to derail It. If I see I can't stop before reaching tho animal I pull the throttle wide open nnd let her go. In going around a curve ono night olght miles from Davenport, on the Bock Island, I saw a steer standing on the track. lie did not move, but looked straight at tho headlight. I opened tho throttle und the next moment hit him. I felt the Jar. Ho was literal chopped to pieces and tho particles of flesh covered the headlight, so that I could not see until the next station was reachod.. The engine was covered from the pilot to the tender with blood and pieces of flesh. "Tho worst animal to encounter on a railroad track," continued tho onginecr, "la sheep. Even if they nro on the outside of the fence they will venturo on tho track when tho first opening Is reached. And the one that takes tho lead is followed by all the rest. Hogs mako a bad mess. I hit a drovo one day while running fifty miles an hour. Realizing I could not stop before reaching them I let tho engine have all she could take. There was a slight jar and a moment later the porkers were flying in overy direction to tho sides of tho track and over tho engine. As the animals began falling the fireman sarcastically remarked, 'Pork is coming down.' The engine was tho bloodiest and dirtiest ever taken to n shop. They were two days cleaning it." Davenport Gazette. An Old Norwegian Wooden Hook. Tho process of restoring a characteristic old wooden church nt Hoppcrstad, in the Hardes district of Sogno, iu Norway, has brought to light an interesting Norwegian medieval relic. In a closed niche a book, consisting of six wax tablets, was found, carefully enclosed inn casket of wood and leather. The tablets are of boxwood, with wax, each tablet having n thin border, so as to hinder the tablets from Sticking together on closing tho book. This precaution has helped to keep it in excellent preservation. Tho contents aro chiefly drawings, made by a line style, representing scenes from village and rural life. At the end there is a large catalogue in latin of various kinds of animals, with a translation into old Norwegian; and from this it has been conjectured that the greater portion of tho book dates from the close of the thirteenth century. But there aro indications that part of tho book is of earlier date. The tablets are fastened together at the back, and the cover is carved and inlaid with various small pieces of differently Colored woods. The book has been placed in the Museum of Antlqultes in the University of Chrlstiaula, and it is intended to publish It shortly in Pall Mall Gazette. The Window Got Ahead of III in. "Just to think of It," he growled, with disgust written on every line of his face. "I was coming out of St. Louis the other day, and, the car being crowded, I gave half my seat to a demure little widow." How do you know she was a widow?" "She told mo so. She said she was awfully afraid of being robbed, and knowing by my face that I was an honest man, she wanted me to tako charge of her portemonnale until we reached Chicago. "And you did?" "Am I not a foolf Yes, I did, nnd as she passed it over sweetly said; " 'There's exactly tflO In it.' " "Wo rode to Chicago without leaving onr seats. As wo ran In the city I handed her the purse. She opened it and counted the money. " 'Why, there isn't but $50 hero!' she said, ns she looked up at mo. " 'But I havon't rakon 'any,' ; " 'Well, I ain WO short, as you see. haps you can explain it to the police.'" "And what did yon do?" "I gave her the $10, of course. Please kick me a few hundred tlmos." A Quarter Section of I'nrudttu. Dakota Is the solo remaining quarter section of paradise In this western world. It is no uncommon thing for a wholo Dakota family to sit on one end of a potnto while the other la roasting in the lire, We hatch our own wild geese, of such dimension that eastern and southern tenderfeet are liable to mistake them for winged hippopotami, on lakes of never-freezing rosp water and cologne. We wall up for wells tho holes from which we pull, with steam derricks and 1,800 horse-power engines, our radishes and beets, and make cowsheds und circus tents of our turnip rinds. Wo put rockers under our empty pea-pods nnd use thom for cradles. Col. "Pat." Donan. Jfo Object. Customer Aren't you afraid toMeavo all these clothes hanging out on the sidewalk with nobody to watch them? I should think you would bo afraid some- body would steal them. Ddalor Shtoal doze glothes ? Mien no! (confidentially) Vy, meln friend, " I dell yon, I soils doze glothes so cheap that jt doesn't bay to shteal them, ' -' Appointed Corca's Chief l"urmerj Aft' American has been appointed by HUe king of Coren to be chief farmer, with ittjYjew tq introducing our vegetables into B'Ujat country. ' Th'pjitrnliied effort to dp too much hone cause of the large amount of slipshod, Jpltrtfltnl; ' work that all deplore, yet must tccept. ! , t.v - - , . (t Tl"" ' (Kcncral blici'ltecmcnto. T.THOMAS O., THRUM'S A SIOUE, URCWKK'S 11LOCK, CAN BE rollNll A ftltL AS.SOHTHKNT OF Flno and Commoroial Stnlloubry. CONSISTING IN TART OP Note, Letter, Packet Post, Cop, Legal Js.Uill Paper Gold. Steel and Quil Peru, Illack Writing and Coming Inks, Carmine, Violet, and Blue Inks TREASURY MUCILAgC. Dixon's, Faber's, Guttneck's and Grossberger Pencil. Wood, Rubber and Celluloid Penholder1!. Papeterics, Visiting Cardi, Cap, Letter, Note and Memo Tablets and Mocks in Manila and fine paper, Inkstands, Rulers, Envelopes, all sizes, paper and cloth lined. SrOAKES' AUTOMATIC, SHADING PENS ' , e i ( .' i IN'SKVERAL SIZES,.' Very Useful in Oanamental Work, and INK POWDERS, VARIOUS COLORS, roK USE WITH THE 4AMI1. Plantation Time Hooks, Trial Ilaiance Hooks, (' 4 f, . " "' l-S 0i'' LETTER PRESSES. Pass, Memo, Time, Order, Receipts, Exercise . and Letter Uooks. Copying HrusJies, Rubber Copying Sheets. Mann's (Manilla) and French (white) Copying Paper. Wank Hooks in Various hues und btyles of llinding. Roll, Mounted and Manila Detail ? mi a wixo PAV lilt. 1 I Photograph frames and l'aisepartouts, Autogrjph and Photo. Albums, hcrap BooW, Inlaid Work-Boxes and Writing-Desks, Artot) pes framed nnd unframed, Ebouized Easels, Brackets and Cabinets, Celluloid Sets of Comb, llruih and Mirror, Ladies Reticules, Uaskets, Shawl '1 raps, School Uags. A Fine Variety of Prangs Birthday Cards, Poetical, Birthday and Miscellaneous Rooks Illustrated Letter Sheets. Pocket and Letter Maps 01 the Klauds. Maps ofIfonolulu. Souvenir Views of Honolulu. Windsor & Neartju's Artliti' Materials. Oil and Water Colors, Brushes, Palettes, Canvas, Oil and Varnish, Plaques, Oil Cups, etc. Special or extra large books made up to order from WESTON'S LINEN RECORD PAPER, BY COMPETENT WORKMEN, In Any St) le Desired. -' - PA PUR llVr.ISO TO A XT PATTliltX, rAiTiirbi.Lv executed. A FULL, LINE OF FLAT PAPERS, " ' ' i' Constantly in Stock, ' INCLUDING MARCUS WARDS' IKISlI 'LINEN. Pocket Edition "Seaside Library," IN VARIETY OR THE MOST lOPCLAR AUTHORS . l 't MUSIC, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, LAW ' AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, novxit to ounuit ox siionrxoTivn Books Relating to Hawaii. ' 1 Our Journal in the Pacific. Jarves' History of the Hawaiian Islands. Andrew's Hawaiiai Dictionary. Andrew's Hawaiian Grammar. Whitney's Guide Book. Miss Bird's Six Months in the Sandwich Islands. Miss Gordon Cumining's Fire Fountains. tlawa tan Almanac and Annuals Hawaiian Cook Hook revised edition. Hawaiian Phrase Uook. Easy Lessons for Hawaiians, ( WORKS OUT OF PRINT A Few Copies Only. Hawaiian Club Papers. Honolulu Directory and Historical Sketches ot the Hawaiian Islands. Hassinger's Custom House Tariff and Digest. The Islander an 8 vo. weekly journal, March to November, 1S75. Together witli an excellent variety-pf J ' ' Miscellaneous works? albums, ' For sale by " " "-"'- tuqs. a. riuiujir, Xo. 100 Port St DENHOLDERS.IETC, w t w i ' AOd..'"A.tfnnwvn Dnillf Af nVlltf rABKKB AMUBUU pnilUl.k'b'iii FABER'S' ANTI . NERVOUS PENHOLDERS Rnbber Holders, Cork Holders, Ivory and Ebony llolderspgold mounted. Ivory and Bone Polders and Paper Cutters, Fauer's Tablet . ! Erasers, Deriison's Velvet' Erasers, -M ' Crystal Rubber, Rubber 111 wood-pencil shape, '1 numb Tucks, Pencil Protectors, Rubber Hands of various sizes, etc., etc., Por Sale by TUOS. . T1UIU3T. No. 160 Fort Si rest, TTC, ETC., ETC. VISITING CARDS, PLAYING CARDS, SLA'p. single and double. Duplex cap and letter clips, bhipman'a Letter, Cap and Invoice Filed, Rubber Copying bheets, Copsing Brushes, Dampening Howls, Inkstands Paper Weights, Sealing Wax black and red. Paper lasteneis, 'x-gal and Notarial Seals, Moore's Blotters, Blotting Pads, Programme Tassels, Key Riiujs, Pins, Silk Taste, Pink Tape, together with the THOUSAND AND ONE OTHER ARTICLES now in stock consisting of lAimWllX, JO UJtXA 1.8, DA. VS ndCAS II full bound, iu Demy and Medium S'ues. Ledgers, Journals and Records, Half Hound, in Cap, Demy and Medium Sizes, Cap Long Day Books and Single Entry .Day llooks1 half bound. 1 wo third Day Books, Narrow Order Hooks, Trial Balance Books, Cash Hooks, Qto. Records and Journals, roa pale ay TUtm, a. rii hum. Nt. ito Fort Street, - 1S r ,.' DAILY HONOLULU. PRESS, SATURDAY, MARCH. 13, 1886. (Scitci'itl bbcriiBcmcifts. Wl. W.McChesnBy&Sons, No. 42 Queen Street. 1 r. ,; ".j Have now land in ' For Alameda & John D. Sprookolo, large smrsirNTff or Asso vied MerclKvtuliSG CoiuiitUng In part of Bbls. Hour. OotJen Gate. v Ilbli. Flour, El Dorado. , i Sacks Wheat, Best.1 Sacks Barley, Ucst. 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, -y Sack Beans, Lima Sack Oiuons, Best Silver Skin backs Potatoes, Uet tn Gunnies. Cases Nicnact, Caws Extra Soda Crackers, Cases Medium Bread, Cases Cracked Wheat, to lb. bags. Cases Com Meal, white, 10 ibLaus Cases Oat Meal, iu lb. bags, Cases Corn Starch.. f Li VT Casks Dupee Hams, v,askSL.ec a uams Cases R. B. Bacon Cases, Fall-bank's Iardj j lb. pil, 'Casci Fairbanks Lard. 5 lb. pail, Cases Fairbanks Lard 10 lb. pail. Cases Whitney's Butter, in (Ins Halfbbls. Butter,. Pickle Roll, Qr. bbU. Butler, Pickle Roll. , Half firkins Butter, Gift Edge. Qr. firkins Butter, Gift Edje, 'Cases New Cheese. Boxes and bills. Salt CodfUh, Bbls Tierces Columbia River Salmon Cases Fresh Eggs, Cases Laundry Starch, Boxes Brown laundry Soap dozens Brooms, Pure Java Coffee, Roasted and Ground, 1 lb. tins, Sacks Green Coffee, Chests Japan 1 ca, 1 lb. papers, Chests Japan Tea, Si lb. papers Boxes Raisins, London Laj er, boxes Raisins, London Layers, boxes Raisins, London Laer, ,' Boxes Raisins, Muscatel Emms Citron, Boxes Currants, Cases Chocolate. Cases Mixed Pickles, Cases Spices, assorted, all sires, Pffils Mince Meat, Atmorea, Tins Mince Meat, Cuttings. Sacks Raw Peanuts, Sacks Ensli&h Walnuts. r, Sacks Soft Shell Almonds. i. Sacks Texas Pecans, extra large. Cases California Honey, t lb. tins, Cases Ktii, Morse & Co's., fresh canned Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables, Bales Wrapping Paper, extra quality A LAKl.K ASHOKTMBNT Of Best California Leather, Sole, Insole, Harness, Skirting and Uppers. French and American Calfskins, Sheep Skins, Goat Skins, 1 Hawaiian Saddle Trees. And other goods too numerous to mention. These goods are freuli, were bought very low, and will be soTd at LOWEST MARKET RATES. x, w wmm "1 361-364 No. 42 Quoon Strcot. C. BREWER k GO., Offer for sale to arrive per BATIK AMY TURNER? From Boston ' franklin Stave CoM in Casks, i , , . ' i bbls Crushed Sugar, . - Cases Frarers Asia Grease, r , Cases Hoe Handles, Bbls No. 1 Uokin, '. ' Cases Wheelbarrows, NESTS TRUNKS, Itay Cutters, , Flax Hacking, J ' J4 bbls. Wilmington Tar, i I Wilmington Hitch, T Hales Navy Oakum, Cases Cx lard Oil, Grindstone. Iron Safes' FARMER'S , BOILERS, Bbls Dairy Salt, BbU. Cement, l)i and a in, Ox Bows, Cases Axe and Pick Handles, v Canal Barrows, Bbls. Ex Prime Pork, Kegs Nails Cumberland Coal in bulk, MANILA COllDAGE, Sisal Cordage. Oak Lumber, White Wood Lumber, Walnut Lumber, ' ' , Ash'Lumber, i t , Hastern While I'lue Lumber, Refrigerators, Cases Tinned Tomatoes. Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil Ketchup and Codhsh Balls, ,-. c Cases Clam Choi 'der, Fish Cowder and, Oheikins ( .' ,, . "Cases Sausage Meat, s.." u leases 11ULKII1 ium.iu uup. 1 Cases,IiucMn's MockTurtl. Soup, 1 ases llucKins ur lauagup, Ooiiti'ifUurul Xiinliifirw... Bucket 1, lime Wash Hoards, Cases Chairs, Collon Waste, Cases Yellow Metal Sheathing, " Keg's Yellow M. Sheathing Nails, Bbls. Twine, Hales Duck, Hide Poison, Linseed I, Cases'Iiirpentint Cane Jfpoivii Soqjh i bbls. Mineral Paint, Mammoth Rockers , Book Cases, Assorted, , , , Exttniion Top Carriages, Cases Curled Hair, Drums of Caustic Soda ) 357-260 (Scnci'al JlbbccthumcntB. CASTLE&COOKE ilriNOLUtU, ".' ! '51 tt' irfHe. ..i Would oall attention to their Large and varied stock ol iVjv "I ! t AQRIOUM'URAL IMPLEMENTS.! Conslstingvof t.le unrivalled Paris Steel t Breaking Plow, Ilie Mohne Steel Breakers, and Furrowing Plow, Mo-line Steel Plows all sues Planet, Jr., Cult!-1 ; Valors, Dirt Saapers, w Joliu DcoroVGang Plowa, ' t',' , u:i ' 1 Planters' Hou of the best makes.; DISSIONS' CELEBRATED CANE KNIVLS ' (' .' Jr'". ' u . j -. 1 made to order, Ames' Shovels and Spades, Garden Hoes. Canal Harrows, Ox Bows, Yokes," Chains, Feuce Ctiains. v ' .. -hi KiUl , Sugar Mill Requirements. I SUO AK BAGS.j SUGAR KEGS Cumborlnutl Goal. Sperm Oil, C) tinder, lira and Kerosene Oil, Perfect J' i Lubricators, Plumbago, .. Al, . t... r... Urfliy J,lrf3C, VIBUI1 E. UI1U S and J, Files; all slsand - - ' -kinds. Steam Packing, Ilata and Round India , Rubber, Asbestos and Soap Stone, Flax Packing, India Rubber Hose, fi to 2 inch. Pipe, and. Couplings, Nuts and t Washers, finished, Machine, Holts, all sizes' i Blacksmith's, Engineer's and Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to 34 inch, Anvils, Vices, Tube Scrapers, Grindstones, Best American Bar Iron and loot 0 Steel, Huddets' Hardware,, all kinds and stIes. Hub-buck's Paints and Oils, Vaw and boiled. Small Paint in Oil, in large variety. Dry Paints, Umber, v enetian, 1 Red, Ochres, Metallic. &c , - Whiting, German Window ass'td sizes. Manila Rope Stajile Groceries, No. 1 and a Flour, No. s and 1 Rice, Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas, Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters, Finest Table Fruits from the Factory Pure English Spices, Condensed Mllkf Cocoa, Kerosrnn Oil, Wtiton' lAitlnu'i 14 Inch, ltiibber Sprint? nnd Canvas lirake just at htuid.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack. Inf. &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps Weoton'a Patent Centrifugals Complete, ALSO ON CONSIQNMBHT California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrels Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers and Steam Pipes, very cheap, Fence Wire J and Staples, Galvanised Roofing SEWING MACHINES, Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing Company, Assorted; Remington Company, Family. Wilson Machines, the butt assoitment to be found ' and at Bottom Prices. New Goods by every arrival from England, New York and San Frauclsco. 1 Now Traotlou Eugiue, power. Orders from the other Islands filled at Uest Rates and with dispatch, 1 The Genuine Article, Columbia River Salmon Salmon Bellies 1885 Catch Just received from Portland, Oregou, by OASTIiE& COOKE. Tnese Fish can be relied upon as First-Class BEAVER SALOON r H. I. NOLTE, PROPRIETOR. Be ( to announce to his friends and the public in gen ral that the above Saloon provides Rofroslunoulti From 3 a, 11 till 10 r i Tin finest Cigarettes 1 ' - I' Tobaccos, . , Cigars '', Pipes, 5." i , .' and i I Smoker Sundries n, ' i CONSTAHTI.V ONHANU. ' i' .' r ii One of Brunswick ft Balke's celebrated i , , t 'hv in i Billiard Yaliloi i . .A ' ' ' Isconuccted with the esubluuinent, where overs 01 the cut can particiuaw, 1 (Bcitcml JlbbcrUsitntnte. I QEORGE LUCAS CONTKACTOK and BUILDER STEAM l'LANINQ MIL1JS Htplanntte, Honolulu, 1 ; 1 . ) Manufacture all kinds of Mouldings, Brackets, Window frames, Blinds, sashes and Doors 1 i and all kinds of wood-work finish. Turnlug, sioroll, niid baud nawlng. All kinds of Planing and Sawing, Mortising, and Ten ' ' r f, z i oning. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND WORK GUARANTEED Orders from the Islands solicited hore. s-ii J. M. OAT, Jr., & CO. CHRISTMAS AND- New Year's Cards. Blank Books, Stationery," All tin; Minis of iliu Day, Etc., Ktc, Etc. All Hand-Painted." ; AT J.M.Oat,Jr.,&Go's, 25 Merchant Street, HONOLULU, II. I. M1IS. THOMAS LACK, No. 70 Tort Stroot, Honolulu, IMIORTUR AND DEALER IN SEWING MACHINES .AND GEhUINK Parts, Attachments, Oil anil Acceiuorles. ACKNV FOR TIIK White and tne Light-Running New Home Machine i Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds H Cortlcell's Silk, In all colors and sizes ; Harbour's l.inen Thread, Clark's O. N. T. Machine Cotton. Afmt. Dimomfs Reliable Cut Paper Pattern AND PUBLICATIONS, Dcalnrln RirLES I Revolvers 1 Guns at d SroRTING Roods ( Shot, I'owdbr, Cav, ' and Meiallic CARTFlcirji - KK1WSKX1! STOI'llS, in all mJ Sewlng.Machine, Lock and GunKepainns;proiptlv attended to, asv6 foreign bbcrtiscmenis. EEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 Post St. S. F Send for Circular. The Full Uusinkjs Course Ipcludes Single and Double Rntry nook-keeping, as applied ta all of business; Commercial Arithmetic ! itusincis Penmanship; Mercantile Law J Bu.iness Correspond, ence; Lectures on Law; llusiness forms, and the Science of Accounts: Actual Uusiness Rractice in Wholesale and Retail Merchandising, Lornmissiori. Jobbing, Importing, Railroading, Lapress Uusiness, brokerage, and Hanking ; KnglisTi Branches, Including Reading, Spelling, Crammer, etc.! Drawing; and Modern Languages, consistiugofi.ractu.il In.truction in French, German, and Spanish. SrECIAL Uranchbs are; Ornamental I eninanJiIp, Higher Mathematics, Surveying, Navigation, Clyiltn. gineering, Assaying, Geography, etc., For full information address, K, p. HRALPJtCO. San Francisco, al cncrrtl Jlttbenfscincntfi. Special nt HAS JUST New 3rooi per" IfcEaripowa Iirect Xi'oixa EJnglancI, . COMPRISING . Fancy Coatings, Trousersings and Serges, Tweeds, Cassimeres and Trimmings pf Every Description. These Goods having been bought for Cash at the Factory can be sol at the very lowrst rates. Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed. 3T INSPECTION TS -INVITED -3) JOHN QLiHiHHDilVBtyHHnvSmrnm IN' HfiUrnMfl&kLl At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu IMP0R11.RAND DEALER IN ALL TH5 LATEST IMPROVED SSrJ?0'VrJElS ufklVJO RANGES, Granite Iroa Ware. Plait aud ; Tin Ware, of al! Und Chandelier; Lamps and Lanttras ; Plumbing, Tin, Copper OF ALL KINDS, &2T A vantty of llouie Furnishing Goods too RECEIVED NOTT, Rubier Hos; GalvanUd Iron and Lead Pip 5ht Lead and Coptr Iron3torte Drain Pipe. and Shoot Iron Work, ATTENDED TO. numerous to mention. Publishing Company, (LIMITED), n Olo Street, Honolulu, styles of Founders' supplies to do all to i( in the Typographical Art, WHBTHBR IK or Business Cards, Letter, Note and Billheads, Shipping Receipts, Stock, Contracts, Bills of Lading, Orders, Tickets, Legal and 4 Labels, Pamphlets, ,,' .' 1 Newspapers, etc, etc. ' '' ? Blank-Book Work 1 to by Experienced' Workmen. ' for Neat and Artistic Pricing will be maintained, consitent with riKil -class wo inc. , Estiuiatss as much fidelity as if delivered in person- T. G, THRUM, Manager. bberlificmcnls. The "Press" Boo NOW s No. 29 Merchant lis fully equipped with the latest ; work entrusted 1 Highest Style of Wedding, Visiting Imitations, Menu Cards, Hall Cards, Money KcceipU, Certificates of Checks, Drafli, Notes, Mercantile Blanks, Books, Paper-Ruling-and' Of all kinds faithfully attended The reputation enjoyed by this Office and at raters as kkasonailk as is Cheerfully Given. tST Orders by Mail atUnded to with T. S. SOUTHWItJK, Secretary. 'L. J ' .Li fjjoveigu Notice. OT, MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL a sojiooir ron hoys. Under Military Discipline. Icatkl U the UMutiful aili.ee of Sn Mateo, on lh Soutb.rn Pucihc R. U., si inil.s from San Frsnciscj KnaUislieJ In i86j. KomtsM Instructors of rutton nJ ubillfY. lli UuIldniKs ere exttaslvt, u heated by stum nni arc U sMir way arrange! for tho lieallli and rr nfort of tin cadsts. trinity S""'"" begins July S4, For imiuer Information and oatalosne, lust out, adarass - Rnv. ALFRED LK DREWER, M, A ; Principal, 7 v f M II '. ') .