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HONOLULU, H. L, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1883.
60 0ENT8 PER. MONTH.
THtf DAILY BULLETIN
w t ,
WALTER HILL, Proprietor.
Is published every morning and clrcu.
luted throughout the town by carriers,
nnd forwarded to Jhc other Islands by
Subscription, 50 cents per Month.
G. Caubon Kesyo Editor.
All business communications to be nd.
dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post
Office Box No. 14. Telephone 250.
OBIee; V : qneen Mtreet,
Oppotlle West's Carrlngo Fietorr.
T. O. Cleviou, Manager
A SOUTHERN WOMAN'S B0LDNE88-AN
INCIDENT OF THE CIVIL WAR.
There was a funeral of a womnn
ticar Now Haven, Intl., recently
who came near being the cause of a
deal of bloodshed at one hour of her
existence. It is a fact well known
to old soldiers that Southern wontan
were very loyal to the Southern
causc,.aud that their .loyalty often
led to difficulties between ,thc
Federal soldiers. 'Margaret Wilson
was an Alabat'nian by birth, nnd a
firm believer in Southorn rights.
AVhen the Union forces occupied
Memphis she was to be seen at al
most all hours' of the day engaged
in something which would. exasper
ate the Yankees.
One day in the summer of 1SC3
many prisoners were arriving in
Memphis from Arkansas, and wore
being guarded on the levco by some
man of the Fifty-fourth Ohio. Mrs.
Wilson came down in sight of the
prisoners and their guards, having
her little Rebel flag, which she
waved over (her head The prisoners
saw it and began to cheer it. The
Captain saw the cause of this
sudden outbreak of loyalty, aiul
going tip to the woman, ordered her
not to display that flag again. But
no sooner had be turned from her
than sho, nulled, a little piece of
painted muslin from her bosom,
where she had thrust it when the
Captain came up, and. flourished it
again. The Captain turned to Iter,
trembling, with excitement and
anger, and told' her if sho dared to
show her flagjagain lie bhould arrest
ner. uyxniswme mere were pro
bably 5,000 persons on the levee,
attracted by the cheering. Every
one expected bloodshed and that
the few Union soldiers would be
mobed and killed before assistance
could come. 'The Captain bestowed
some vigorous words on the offend
ing woman and .turned to leave hor.
He had not goue ten steps before
out came the Httlo Hag, and high
above her head she flourished it.
The Southerners'' cheered as if his
honied majesty himself had arrived
in their midst. The Captain turned
oo thc.oncndimr woman, white with
angcr,'and, ruBhng''upyto.hcr with
clenched first, Jiad so far forgotten
himself asjto be about to, strikeher,
and would 'avo done so had not
Lieutenant A." "C.Gregory of the
Thirty-second Wisconsin seized his
I Lieutenant Gregory, who had
just come, up with about thirty men,
tlicn undertook to arrest' the offend
er, and she resisted with all the,tac
tics known to women. 'She threw
herself oil- the groundJ kicked,
scratched, and yelled. T'o situa
tion was critical in the: extreme
The crowdKnumbcring many-thousands
wW one swaying mass of
yelling, wigry men,f and all oym-
pthing with the woman. A
sergcant;a,nd private wore tryijg to
gather the woman up in borne BJmpo
in oruer u carry ci, nuuo uw "
was closing in. n eyery side. The
Lieutenant, drawing" his revolver,
stepped toward the crowd, and
shouted that he would shoot the
first man., who, advanced , .a stop
nearer, ordering his me'n 7to do the
same. Thiis the angry v mon-wcro
held at bay for a moment', and then
an Indiana jcgiment came hurrying
forward, and, at 'the point of the
bayonet, cleared their way to their
comrades. Mrs. Wilson was taken
to headquarters, and the next morn
ing was sent outside of the Union
lines. Sho passed through many
scenes during tho way, but she was
never so .near to causing death as
on that morning when the Memphis
mob surrounded Lieutenant Gregory
and his thirty .men of tho Thirty
second Wisconsin. JD'ecatyr (Intl.)
J)lpatch t the Cincinnati Ei'
Gents' Silk Susnendcrs (some.
thing now) will be sold during the Holi.
day's at the Honolulu Clothing Einporl.
uw of A.M. Mkujs, 104 Fort Bfrcct. 871
' WST Ex Zealandia, Gents fine
Tweed Suits, atCliaa, J, Fiuliel's.
. IT. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the latest Novelties in Fancy Good
I AM ALL UPSET
On account of extending the Store, and
Receiving New Goods the Coronation Ball
FhuLhes, Brocades, Sttrrahs, Merries, Bilks, Satins,
Laces, Trimmings, Ladies' Silk Hose, all shades.
3, 4, 0 nnd 12 Button nnd 5 Hook
BOOSTER, KID LOTES!
For Want of room, I will sell the above goods nt prices never known
before in this market.
Also, a few very superior Gent's Dress Sui.ts.
A. M: Mellis' Honolulu Clothing Emporium
101 Fort street,
LAWRENCE & FREETH,
Plans and Estimates furnished for works
of construction. Civil Engineering &
Survey! nc: Office, 1!) nnd 21 Merchant st,
above J. W. Robertson & Co's.
300 P. O. Box, 101. ly
G. H. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
1'elephone N. G5. IS
CEDAR SHINGLES I.
Just Rkcbiveo ny
200 , Allen St RohlnwM.
Saddles and HAnxEss
of all kinds on hand or
made to order.
No millinery or.dry goods for sale here.
No steam plows or Gorham silver ware.
No wines or spirits for sale.
No Imported Coronation stock1 here.
I No' boots, shoes or Eeter Funk jewelry;
1 But if you want satisfaction in my line
call on inc at 98 Kink pit. 303
IK OENCIKK BTVMS.
the thorough experienc
ed horse breakcr.wislics
,X3kj ,,IC pilUllC IUKI1UW U1HV
nc is luny prepared 10
tnkc charge of stock, and guarantees
to break them thoroughly on his Ranch;
and attend carefully to feeding and
t doctoring horses. Helms now, in In
charge such celebrated steeds as liincK
Thorn and other thoroughbreds, and lias
the exclusive charge of all of Mr. James
Orders left at the PanthcomStablcs,
or at the raommoth stables on Mr. Jiimcs
Campbell's property at Kaplblani Park,
will meet witli' promptness. 295 ly
Dr. De Frlen,
Stables on Bcrctania st.
C---2t-fPlains) near Thomas'
Square. Orders sent to P. 0., Box 815
will receive prompt attention.
Dr. De Fries havingftttcd upolcgant
accommodations on the Plains for the
doctoring and care of animals, is, fully
prepared to render satisfaction. Has
also a larjje pasture land and will take
general good care of horses and cattle
left in his charge. No cure no pay.
J EWELEB, OPTICIAN,
Dealer in Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store in the "Huwallan Gazette" build-
44 ing, opposite tlie Bank.
Chas. D. Gemsch,
' Hotel Street, opposite the
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ico delivered to all parts of the
City. Shipping supplied In quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. 58. Ottice at
Wilder & Co.'fl. W
Temperance Tear Book',
TIIKRE will be published horo in
January, 188a, ayearhpok, an in
tercsting and useful volume with tho
ubovo title. A handy book of reference
as well as a valuable book foi the house
hold. It will be especially devoted to
the temperance cause, aim will be of
much use all the year around. You will
bo solicited to sMbscriho to this book,
and can obtain further information by
oulllna.upon 1) ,M, CROWLEY,
m Honolulu, H, I.
r i. it.
Received by every steamer
J. LYONS, L. J. LKVEY.
LYONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneers and General
Beaver Block, Queen st., - - - Honolulu.'
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate
and General, Merchandise promptly at.
Sole Agents for American and Euro
pcun merchandise. 318
C. M. Cooke.
(successors to Lowers & Dickson.
Importers and'Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds of Building Materials, Fort street,
llonoluln. ' 1
WILDER & Co., Dealers in
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt
ami Building Materials of every kind,
cor. Fort and Queen at:., Honolulu'. 1
ALLEN & ROBINSON, Dealers in
Lumber and all kinds of Building
Materials, Paints, Oils, Nails, etc. 71
BROWN &, PHILLIPS, Practical
Pliimbeis, GnsFitters and Copper
smiths, No. 71 King St.. Honolulu.
House and Ship Job Work promptly
CHR. GERTZ, No. 80 Fort st.
Importer and dcalar, in Gent's,
Ladles' and Children's boots, shoes and
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS. -Horso
Slioeing a specialty
A first-class man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
attended to. '
Shop on the Esplanade, op. Hopper's.204
THE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha
waii Pak Aina," owned and
edited by' Kawainui Bros. ; has a
weekly edition of 3,200 copies, and
is the best advertising medium. Of
fice, No, 6 Merchant st. 1
THE EVILS OF PAIlfTIKG
Ab4 their Remedy.
"It has been said with much truth;
too, tiiat House , painting migut,
acquirement oi lasic,
Ua rank as n liberal art
Relieving tho above to -be true, A. B
KERR has now ro.orsanlzcd his system
of working tho business In Honolulu.
In the first place he has secured the scr.
vices of that celebrated arfist, Mr. Max
Koiin, formerly of Bun Francisco, wliohc
work in the line of plain and decorative
paperJumging, frescoing, &c, U up to
tho present time unsurpassed, and on
these Islands has never been equalled.
For house painting jobs first-class me
chanics only will bo employed. In
future patrons cun depend upon my till,
ing every order on the most scientific
basis known to the trade.
The Sign Painting and Lettering de
partment will bo permanently presided
over by Mr, Oku, Sthatmuywi, (further
P.B, Send (or designs of frescos for
ceiling and cornices. Something new;
and if you want any glass put in call at
"Tiger" Paint Store,
247 ly 78 King Street,
rpWO OFFICKS TO LET, on the sec
X owl floor of the building occupied
Geo. W. Mncfarlanc. H. R. Macfarbtne.
O. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER
FlrcProof Building, 52 Queen street)
Honolulu. H. I.
The'Walkapti Sugar Plnntatlon,.Maul,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
The Hccia Sugar Plantation, Oahu,
HucloSuirar Mill. Maui.
Huclo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Puuloa Sheen Ranch Co., Hawaii.
J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow, and Port
able Tramway Works, Leeds,
Mirrlccs, Watson & Co's Sugar Machln
Glasgow and Honolulu Lino of Packets.
Clana Hfrcekvlf. Win. O, Irwin.
WO. ibwin & Company,
Sugar Factors and.C'ommission
Agents, Honolulu. '" 1
HHaokfeld As Company,
General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
AS. OLEGHORN & CO.
Importers and Commission
Merchants, dealers in General Merchan
dise, Queen and Kaahumanu sts.. Hono
II. A. F. Carter.
1'. C. Jonet, Jr.
J. Shipping and Commission
Merchants, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
THEO. H. DAVTE8 & COMPANY,
Importers and Commission,
Merchants; agents for Lloyd's and the
Liverpool Underwriters, British and
Foreign Ins. Company, and Northern
Assurance Company. 71
DIAS & GONSAIiES,
No. J7 Hotel Sticct, Honolulu,
Importers nnd Dealers In Dry and Fancy
Goods, Inlaid Work, Embroidery,
280 i &c., &c, &c. .,
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen it., Honolulu. 1
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
' Importers of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants,
S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Commission Merchants, 124
Califomiu street. Ban Francisco,
T. LBN EH AN & G O .,
Importers and Commission Mcr-
chants, Nuiianu st., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Cactlc. J. n. Atbcrton.
STLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Mcr-
chants. , Importers and Dealers in Gen
eral Merchandise, No. 80 King street,
ING WO CHAN & Co.
Importers nnd General Dealers
In English, American and Chinese Pro
visions, Plantation Tea ami Genera
Supplies. Also, white and colored con
tract mattinr. all qualities and prices,
aQTNo. 22 Nuuauu Street, opposite
Mr. Afong's. , 81
fiwj Honolulu Iron Works,
jiHilBStcam engine.?, sugar mills, boil,
ers, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's bhicksmltlung. Job workexc
cuted nt short notice. 1
A. G. ELLIS,
STOCK BROKER, will buy or sell
Plantation Stock, Bonds, and
Other Marketable Securities,
Atthcir market value for cash.
215 Office witli E. P. Adam. Auct'r.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
NO. 88 Merchant Street,
Honolulu, II. I,
Sugar Plantation, Railroad,
Telephone, and other Corporation Stock,
Bonds ami Similar Securities Bought
and Sold on Commission.
Money loaned on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1883. 214
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &o.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &o.
A. I. OLEOHOKir Ic Co.
Have received a largo assortment of
Boots & Shoes
to suit all clum'8 of purthusors, 181
Q B. MANN, B. B.,
Q TKACItElt OF DnAWtso
DnAUOItTINn AND TItK Sciencks.
287 No. 189 Fort street. lm
SARAH B. PEIROE, M. D.,
Ladies' and Children's Physician.
Ofilce and residence, No. 5 School street,
(between Fort nnd Emma).
Ofllec hours 10 s80 to 11:30 a. m.
1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
240 Telephone, No. 20L
104$ Fort street (up stairs.) . '
Charges lower than any other danllst
in Honolulu, whether traveling dentist
or otherwise. Satisfaction guirantced.
Residence and consultation rooim
at No. 2Kukul st., corner of Fort.
Telephone No. 149. M 2m
DR. Or. TROUSSEAU, .
begs to notlfyhls friends that he
has resumed practice In Honolulu. Rent;
deuce mid consulting rooms, No. 73
Punchbowl st. opposite the makal gate
of the Queen's Hospital. Consulting
hours from 9 a. m. to 12. ,, .
Telephone No. 193. SC
AHorncy anu counsellor at Law.
Agent to take acknowledgments' 'of
Kaahumanu St., Honolulu. 209
T M. MONSARRAT, ' '
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Real Estate in any part of the Kingdo
bought, sold and leased, on
commission. ' '
Loans negotiated, '
Legal Documents, Drawn.
' "i . - ,. i
N,o. 27 Merchant st. (Gazette. Block),
100 Honolulu, ilawniian Islands
Lawyer and Notary Public, ' 4
No. 15 Kaahumanu st.
T M. DAVIDSON.
tf Attorney at Law, ,
16 L'4 Mcreliaiit stieet'
FRANCIS M. HATCH,
Attorney at Law.
JOHN RUSSELL, w .
Attorney at Law,
Oftlce, comer of Fort and Merchant st.
(up stairs) 115
William o. Smith,
Attorney at Law
N,o. 10-Merchaut street.
RICHARD F. BICKBRTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Tmw.
Money to. lend on Mortgages of Free,
holds. Ofilce, No. !M Merchant st. 1
Attorner and Counsellor at Law,
Notary Public', anil Agent for taking Ae
kiiowlcdgmcnts of Instruments for the
Island of Oahu. No. 8Kaahuinuu,st.,
Honolulu. ' i
KAAHtfjIANU BTJi'eET. ' H
General Agent for '"
The If. Yi Lire Insurance Coiiipaiiy,'"'''
The City of London' Fircju. Co(limit'd(
Mncncale & Urban Safcs,
The Celebrated Springfcld Gas Machln
Gas Fixtures of MltclieU,iYancc & Co., ,
2jW ' '
QHARLES T. OULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to1
AND' GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Olllce, In Makee's Block, comer Quceii
and Kaahumauu streets, Honolulu. 21
J. WILLIAMS fc Co.
120 Fort'Strcct, - - Hbnolulti,
Portrait and' Landscape
WILLIAM AULD,' Agent to
take Acknowledgments to Con.
tracts for Labor for tho District of Koiia
Island of Oahu, at Ilia oltlcc of the Mono,
lulu Water Works, foot of Nuuanu st..
18 tf ,
JOHN A. HASSINGER,
Agent to tako Ackiiowlc'dgmciiti to
Contracts' for Labor. Interior 'Office,
; C, AKANA,
Clilnesu and Hawaiian Trans.
later and Interpreter,
No. 48 King street, Honolulu.
Translations of cither of the abort
languages made with accuracy ami dis
patch, and on reasonable terms. , . 2QD
II, BHUNB, Cooper ami Ganger,
WatcrTanks'of any dimensions,
Cooperage, No. ip Fort street, , .
Oil Casks; Bhooku lind Hoop Iron con,
291 BtanUy.PUUwduniL fur sale. , ,Jy
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