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TI lUKSlUY, MA1IC11 8, 1883.
The history of M. Gambotta's
case may thus bo summarized, judg
ing from reports which wo have
received from some of tho nuthoiities
who attended him. The great leader
has been subject for years to chronic
inflammation of tho cellular tissue
and peritoneum, suuounding that
part of the largo intestine known as
the cwnuin (pcrity-ph litis), extend
ing to tho colon (pericolitis). About
Jio weeks boloro his death he
lcceived a pistol shot wound in the
p.dm of his right hand, tho bullet
passing under tho skin, and making
its exit a little above the middle of
the Jimb. Tho wounds healed
r.ipidly, but threo weeks after the
injury, symptoms of inflammation of
the intestines appeared, soon assum
ing the local features of thq disoider
to which he had long been subject.
The old standing disease, aroused
to great nctiv ity by the deprcsion
of liciilth, caused through the ac
cident, became o. acute and severe
as to proe fatal, alter extending to
the abdomen. The French suigeons
who examined the body of the illustrious-deceased,
consider that this
explanation is Miillcient, without the
necessity of supposing that the
bullet wound paused pyieinio, or
blood-poisoning, with formation of
matter, which' is no.t a iaio .sequel of
gun-shot injuries. The extension
of inflammation of the pciitoncum
with formation of matter and sloughs
was so slight, and so confined to the
neighborhood of the old intestinal
.disease, as to watrant, to agieat
extent this supposition, though
there are many who Tvill believe
that old inflammatory deposits, such
as existed in this case, may become
poisoned by the changes produced
in the blood after a outlet wound,
and then set up a true pyremic in
flammation within the abdomen.
Tins, However, is out anotner nuer-
prestation of the abdominal oignnsl
as seen after death. No operation
01 any Kinci couiu nave iiveiicci me
fatal termination of the case. M.
Gnmbctta died in the prime of life,
being but in his forty-fiftlvyear. It
is well known that his right eye was
removed in 1807 by" Dr. do "VYcckcr
for panophthalmitis, or destructive
inflammation of the wholo globe.
Jiritish Medical Journal.
By the slim City of New Yoik,
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
Iiiulic.s' cV iciitIeiiun'M
Embroidered and plain tents
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Killing "Whip a ml Harness,
The finest cvci impelled into these Is
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Hags, Pouches, and
Bussct Le.itliei Siddle Bags,
J. II. IliYIVOII'S,
300 No. 88Kingstiet.o
" If yon want to see the
Largest Stock of Leather
In the Kingdom,
iio to 4 queen Htieet.
If you want to tee
The Best duality of Leather
In the Kingdom,
iio to 4X queen HI ice t.
If you want to
.Buy Leather at the Lowest
" Prices in the Kingdom,
'o to 4 ((ueen Ntreet
If you -want to IJuy the
Best Quality of Groceries
In the Kingdom,
iu to 4i queen Mti-ect.
If you want
More for your Money
than j on tan buy elsewhere In
' tho Kingdom,
G-o to 43 Queen St.
M. W. McOHKSNEY & SON.
Carriage (fH, Builder,
Buggies, Caniagcfl, Kxpicss Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
and nil kinds of repairing done.
P. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Tolophono 74.
A Large Assortment
Fine Wall Papers
Just lcctived, and for side by
WILDER & CO.
B55u Call and examine. 147
I! . I
m Aril WUVLllfc&
W ,.,m ,,,,,.,, -K
Kl3 LEWERS & COOKE. j
Tuck Packing, .
Hemp Packing, villi oi w ithoul India
B.ubtd Fence Wire,
Cane Knives, iv ith or w illioul hooks,
Hand and Smith HnmuicK,
Patent Steam pipe Coveting,
Cement, Steel Bails,
Sugar and CoaM)ag!,
T ini', (S.C., &.c.
For sale by
II. IIACKFKLD SL Co.
FOB SAW:, a No, 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Giiridii fiom u to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all In good
order; y.m be inn by steam or horse
power, just tue nuicie 101 a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Bran, Barley, AVliolo and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
5'J LAINE Co., 31 Fort fit.
Oillcu tfup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July II, 1883.
ALL peisons having Water Filvilegcs
mo notilled that their Water Rates
aiu payable genii annually, in luhanec,
at thu oillcu of tie Supeiinluideut of
Water Woiks, foot of .Niiuauu Miiet,
upon tho 1st dnv of Jiiimai v and July of
each yeai. OllAS. B. WlLSON,
Sup't Water Woiks.
S. K. Kaai, Minister of Inteiior. 201
'U A. . C'U'gliorit A. C'o'm.
23?" White open fiont whiits, at
Cluib. J, Fishol'a Leadiny Millinoiy
A. S. CLEGHORN & Go.
Have rccch ed a largo assortment of
Boots & Shoes
to suit all classes of purchasers, 181
THE OLD CORNER
Hart Bkos., : : Proprietors.
Scned tip In fli.st-olns tj le at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Alwaj s on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
.Ve., ile. Also,
Iced DDi'iiilcs !
BOOTS & SHOES!
Foot-wear of all kinds,
and to suit every purse.
Has just opened and is now selling a
of Boots 'and Shoes
of the best -workmanship nnd neatest
Embroidered Christmas Slippers
Gentlemen's Fine We.u in
English Walking Shoes,
Congicss Gaitcis, &c , &c.
Tho " Stronghold" English Walking Gaitars
that necr lip.
Picnch Cnlfkin Diess Boots,
Riding Boots, Plantation Boots,
Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes
in the latest fashions.
ESTA laigc Mock of Fieiu h Dressing.
11-1 ITort Sti-cci,
201 ly Opposite Fantlicon Stables
Just Received, those Desirable
The most suitable hat- for this
climate. Foi sale by
275 A. S. djcKliorn JL Co,
r B1LVT ADDITIONS to out foimer
VT slock, c Sue, Kiilak.iun, and City
ofSjdney, of . J
Ship Chandlery & Ship Stores:
Coidage hemp Manila, rotton duck,
Fla canvas, tln sail mine, bcesua.v
Blocks, oars 8 to 21 ft ; shackles,
Biles of oakum, hooks and thimbles',
Club blocks, nti.itch blocks, hto -locks,
lion feti.ip blocks, mast heads, shicves,
Mctaliuc and patent bushings,
Stockholm tin, pitch, coal tar, tar oil,
Blight and black ainishes, w u digging
Maillne, seizing houscline, l.itlln,
Spiiiiyain, caulking irons, copper tacks,
lion tacks, connecting links,
Mail in spikes, caulking mallets,
Mast hoops, iiiind spikes, pitch mops,
Tar biushes, &e.
Paints and Paint Oil, a full assoilmcnt
of all kinds and coloisj
Pacific Bobber Paint, a new lot, ineliid-
mi inu wuiuus coiois;
Brushes Pa mt, vninisli, pencil, white-
wash, paste, aitist, shoe, scrub, and
sash a good assoitment of each;
Acs and hatchets, vood and shlnglin";
Ship lanteuis and sidc-llglitb tlie Hegu-
Groceries and Provisions.
A full assoitment of Hue groceries, in
eluding some choice vailcties of
Table pie fiuils, jams and jellies, a new
ni tide, put up by a new fli in, and
wo can highly recomnicnd them as
being something really nice;
X new lot of Teas, including some sunt-
llor Japan varieties;
Sugai Belined and raw ;
Hams, bacon, hud, smoked beef, in tins,
Cuirlcd fowl, cunied oysters,
Plum pudding, kits salmon bellic,
Kits niackeiel, kits tongues and sounds,
Codfish, cheese, Oxford sausngs, in tins;
Raisins, in W, i and boxcsl
Raisins, in tinsjjcui rants in 1 & 71b tins
Pickles, In 1 gal., H gal., qts, & r, gal kgs
Coin Miiic-li. tanioca. veimicelll.
Macaroni, diied apples, piuncs, plums,
peaches and penis.
FLOUR AKD BREAD.
Golden Gato etra fninlly, Eldorado,
Golden City, Graham, oat and com meal
Medium bietid, asoilcd liackcis,
Glngei snaps, tally, saloon pilot biead,
Soda biscuits, rice and collee,
Whale and spcini oil,
Speim caudles, 4s and 0-,
All oftto uliavc trill be sold at the
Jiest Market Jlates,
Buyeisaio most respectfully Invited to
call aud examine our stock.
w . BOLLES&CO.
J. M. OAT,
SStntioiiorw itncl Ncwh IealorN;.
Have Just Received, ex Sue?,
CAltlM'.T PHOTO AIillVMH, Al!TO;HAl'II IIOOKH,
ritOatKNAlU: It AUH, I'lIItKllH, I'Al'Klt, knvki.opkh,
Base Balls and Bats
Now 19 tho time to subscilbe for Ncwspapcis and Pcriodiculii for 1683.
,C3?A11 orders v ill bo filled promptly.3
253 Gncllo Block, No. iio Merchant Slrcot,
3, -1, G9
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO., ri
(SUCCESSOltS TO H. M. V1II1KBT.) " i r ! ' '
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers.
T5-.:i.-. . j
r l"l I.KI"! S4.III1
Nos. 19 and 21 Merchant street, J
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest
Stationciy ltabliilimcnt in the Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Blank Books, of all dcsciintions;
Foolscap, Legal and Bill Cap,
Journal and Tii.il Balance Papeis,
Linen Paper and Em ciopes, all sizes; , '
Writing and Copying Inksin quarts, pints and conea.- "
Mucilage in all ics, especially adapted to this climate; , .'
Diavv lag Papei and Pencils, ' -
Tiacing Paper and Cloth, 41 "
Transit Books, Field and Level Books, adapted for the use 'Jiey '
, of Surveyors and Engineers;,
Memorandum and Pas Books, - y.,
Silver and Pcifoiatcd Card Boaid, . , i
Shipping Tags Sliipping Receipt Books and Pads, '
Note, Draft, and Receipt Books, ,
And numerous other articles in our line to be found in a xull kept stock
We have made such m langemenls with our Music Agents, as will enable us
horcafter to keep on hand a full a,.soiiinent,and iil-o to lecclve the latest pieces as
they aie published. Any special older will lecclve our best and prompt atten
Made from the purest matciials,
Is the best non-intoxicating
drink on tho Islands !
"It will thoiouglily leficsh tho jaded
mind ano wcaucu nouy."
J. Fisther, lS'Ialihn Street, i
1ST Town oidcis may be left at Mrs.'
Wcik's, King street. 2.V3 j
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Kspla-
Maniifactiiies all kindu of Mouldings,
Buckets, Window Piaiucs, Blinds, I
Sashes. Dooi s, and ill kinds of Wood
woikfluMi. Turning, Scioll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan-'
ing, Morticing and Tenanting. '
Oideripronrntlvattcndcd to and work i
guaranteed. Ordeis from the other Is-
Nos. 113 and
Splendid New Stock of Solid
I'Jlcyant Gold and
Sllvei.PlKtLd AVurc, &e., &c.
J. W. ROBEBTSON & Go's
WE aio piqinred tp rccelvo further oitlers for any Paper or Magazine publish
ed in. California, tlioEastei u Slates, Camilla, and Europe. ""-i,uusu
itiv !' 1,""-L'"t l1"10 "" hi eivo by eveiyinail over one hundred and fifty
dllleient lapeismid Magazims, publlslied in Ijic English, French, Geniian.niul
bcandiiiavian Laiiguagi's, P ' '
AhouiMibsuiptionlibi is liugf.Mc arc cuubkil to (uruUli the l'upcni and
Mugaincii t u low tutu of bubeilptlou. . " jbs
Jr., 6l CO.
lo Wour, ivt
ti n:M j 1 --.
FIRE I FIRE I FIRE I
To Arrive per barkcntlne Discovery.
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Having been appointed Agent for the
Hawaiian Islands for
Hall's Sale niul Lock Co.
1 urn now prepared to take orders for
Fiio Pi oof, Flic and Burglar Proof,
Jewelers, Dwelling House, and Side
Boaid Sates, Jewelry or Plata ChcsK
Vault Fionts, Victoi and Kov city Bank
Locks, tic., &c.
Mr n. T. Polk, General Agent for
Hairs Safe and Lock Co., at prcneut
staving lieio on his war to Australia,
will gladly furnish any information re
guiding the above Safes, &c.
230 ly Beaver Block.
Watchmaker and Manufactur; ,
115 Fort Street,
Gold and Plated Jewelry,
lMv -i W'- r -1 iA-tat'fit"