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SATURDAY, iM A KC 11 II, 1885.
THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT.
The following is llio peroration of
Mr. Winllnop's oration, read in his
unavoidable nhcneo by Representa
tive Long, of Massachusetts, ul the
inauguration of the Washlnglon
No distinelion of
tlon picvcnls our
tliat our country,
"overncd, is still
parly or of sec
nil feeling alike
and always our
couutiv. to be ulicristicil in Ml our
hcaits, to be upheld and defended
by all our hands. Most happy would
it be if the 30th of April, on which
the first inauguration of Washington
took place in 17811, could henceforth
be the date of all fitluic inaugura
tions, as it might be by a slight
amendment of the Constitution, giv
ing, as it would, a much needed ex
tension to the shoit session of Con
. gross, and letting the second cen
tury of our constitutional history
begin where the fiist century began.
But let the date be what it may, the
Inspiration of the centennial anniver
sary of that first great inaugural
must not be lost upon us. Would
that any woids of mine could help
uu all, old and young, to lcsolve that
the principles and character and cx'
aniple of Washington, as he came
forward to take the oath of ofllcc on
that day, shall once more be lccog
nized and revoicnccd as the model
for all who succeed him, and that
his disinterested purity and patrio
tism shall be the supreme test and
standard of American statesmanship.
That standard can never be taken
away from us. The most elaborate
and durable monuments may perish,
but neither the forces of nature nor
any fiendish crime of man can ever
mar or mutilate that great example
of public and private virtue. Our
matchless obelisk stands proudly
before us to-day, and we hail it vi ith
the exultations of a united and
glorious nation. It may, or may
not, bo proof against the cavils of
clitics, but nothing of human con
struction is proof against the casual
ties of time. The storms of winter
must blow and beat upon it, the ac
tion of the elements must soil and
discolor it, the lightnings of heaven
may scar and blacken it, an catth
quakc may shake its foundations,
some might' tornado or resistless
cyclone may rend its massive blocks
asunder and hurl them in fragments
to the around, but the character
which it commemorates ami illus
trates is secure. It will remain iin
6hanged in all its consummate purity
and splendor, . and will more and
more command the homage of suc
ceeding ages in all regions of the
earth. God be praised, that charac
ter is ours forever.
Mr. Daniel delivered a speech, of
which the following is the pei ora
tion: When Marathon had been fought,
and Greece kept free, each of the
victorious Generals voted himself to
be the first in honor, but all aiced
that Miltiades was second. When
the most mcmoiablc snuggle for the
lights of human nature of which
time holds record was thus happily
concluded in the muniment of their
preservation, whoever else was sec
ond, unanimous acclaim declared
that Washington was first. Nor in
that struggle alone does he stand
foremost. In the name of the peo
ple of the United States, their Pre
sident, their Senators and their Re
presentatives and their judges Co
crown to-day with the grandest
crown that veneration has ever lifted
to the brow of glory him whom Vir
ginia gave to America, whom Ameri
ca has given to the world and to the
ages, and whom mankind, with uni
versal suffrage, has proclaimed the
foremost of the founders of an em
pire in the l'"st degree of greatness,
whom liberty herself has anuointcd
as the first citizen in the great re
public of humanity. Encompassed
by the inviolate seas stands the
American Republic, which he found
ed a free Great Britain unified
above the powers and principalities
of the earth, even, as his monument
is uplifted over the roof and dome
and pire of this multitudinous city.
Long live the republic of Washing
ton rcspocted by mankind, beloved
by all its sons ; long may it be the
asylum of the poor and oppressed of
all lands and religions ; long may it
be the citadel of that liberty which
writes beneath the eagle's folded
wings, 'Wc will sell to no man, we
will deny to no man right and jus
tice. Long livo the United States of
America! Killed with the free mag
nanimous spirit, crowned by the
wisdom, blessed by the moderation,
hovered over by the guardian angel
of Washington's example, may they
be ever worthy in all things to bo
defended by the blood of the brave,
who know the rights of man ! Long
live our country I Oh, long through
the undying ages may it stand far
removed, in fact, as in space, fioni
the old world's feuds iuid follies,
solitary and alone in its grandeur
and its glory itself the immoital
monument of him whom Providence
commissioned to teach man the
power of truth and to prove to tlie
nations that their Redeemer livcth."
WHAT IS THIS DISEASE THAT IS
COMING UPON US?
I,!1,!' ft III it f lit night II xlciiln ill lipuii
ii milium is, Monj cioiia have imlm
about lite rlic-l ami sides, tmri uomcthiHs
In Uu1 back. They feel (lull mid sleepi ;
the mouth him a li.id taste, especially in
In the morning. A sort or Micky pllme
collects about the teeth. Tltu appetite 1m
poor. Theie l a feeling like n heavy
load on the nlomnrh; sometimes a faint
nll.qonit sensation ul the Jilt of the
stoinnrh which food (Iocs not satisfy.
The eyes arc sunken, the hands and fevt
become cold and feci clammy. After n
while a cough eels in at Hist (by, hut
niter a few months It is attended with a
gtcculsh coloured expectoration. The
allliclcd one feels tiled all the vhllc, nnd
sleep dues not seem to all'oid any lost.
Aftei a lime he becomes neivous, iiritn
hie. and gloomy, and 1ms evil foie
boilings. There Is a chilliness, a suit of
whhllng sensation in the head when
rilng up suddenly- The bowels become
colio; the skin Is diy and hot at times ;
the blood becomes thick and stagnant;
the whites of the eyes become tiugul
w ith yellow, the in ine Is scanty nnd high
coloured, depositing a sediment alter
standing. Theie isiicqticntly a spitting
up of the food, sometimes with a soui
taste, and sometimes with a sweetish
piste; this is frequently attended with
julpltatlon of tho heart; the Vision
becomes imp.iiiul with spots before the
eyes; tlfuie is a feeling ot great piostra
tiou and weakness. All ol these sjinp
loins ate In tain picsont. It is thuugiit
that neatly onc-thiid of our population
has this disease in some of its varied
forms. It 1ms been found that medical
men have mistaken the nature of this
disease. Some have treated It for a Hvor
complaint, olheis for kidney disease, etc.,
but nono of the aiious kinds of tieat
incnt have been attended with success,
liecautc the lcmedy should be such as to
act hainiouiously upon each one of these
oigans, and upon the stomach as well;
for in Dyspepsia (for this is leally what
the disease is) all of these organs paitakc
of this disease and l (.quire a remedy
thai will act upon all at the same time.
Seigel's Curative Syiup acts like ncluum
in this class of complaints, giving almost
innnedintcd relief. The following letters
from chemists ot standing in the com
munity wjieie they live show in what
estimation the article is held.
John Archer, llarthill, near Sheffield:
1 can conildently lccommcnd it to all
who may he suffering fiom liver or
blomaeh complaints, having the testi
mony of my custonicis, who have derived
gieat benelit from the S3 1 up and Pills.
The sale is incieasiug wondei fully.
Geo. A. Webb, 141, Yoik Street,
Belfast: 1 have sold a huge quantity,
and the pai ties have tcstillcd toils being
what you rcpiescatit.
J. S. Metcalfe, 55, Highgate, Kendal:
1 h.te always gieat plcasuie in rccom.
mending the 'dilative Syiup, for I have
nevei known a case in which It has not
relieved or cuicd, and 1 have sold many
Kobt. G. Gould, 27, High Slieet,
Andovcr: I have always take a great
inteiest in your medicines and 1 hac
lccomuieiidcd them, as I have found
numerous eases of cine from their use.
Thomas Chapman, West Auckland:
1 find that the trade steadily increases.
I sell inoic of jour medicines than any
i'llockhcim, Arbioath, Foifaishirc,
Sept. 2J, 1882. Dear Sh, Last jcar 1
sent you a letter lecominending Mother
Seigel's 'Syiup. I have eiy much
pleasure in still bearing testimony to the
very satisfactory results of the famed
Syrup and Pills. Mostpatent medicines
die out with 111c, bill Mother Scigel has
had a steady sale ever since I com.
liicnccd, anil is still in as gi eat demand
as when I Hist began to sell tho medi
cine. The cuics which have conic under
my notice arc chiefly those of liver
complaint and general debility.
N. Dai roll, Chin, Salop: All who buy
it are pleased, and leconunond it.
Jos Ualkwill, A. P. S., Kiagsbiidge:
Tho public seem to appiceiatc their
A.AnnsleadjMaiktt Sticet, Dnllon-in-Fnrncss:
It is needles for ine to say
that your valuable medicines lmo great
sale in this district gi eater than any
other 1 know of, ghing gieat tatis
Hobt. Laine, Mclksham: I can well
lecommcnd the Cuiativc Syrup from
having pioed itscfiicacyfoi indigestion
A certain minister in my i.eighboiir.
hood says it is the only thing wVich lias
benofite'd him and losloicd him to his
uounal condition of health after being
unable to pieaeh for a consideiable
length of time. 1 could mention also a
gieat many other cases, but space would
not allow. A near friend of mine, who
is vciy much addicted to costivencss, 01
ennstlp'ition, finds that Mother Seigel's
Pills are the only pills which suit his
complaint. All oilier pills cause a
lcaeiinn which is vciy annoying.
Mother Seigel's Pills do not leave a bad
after.cllect. 1 have much plcasuio in
commending again to suffering human
ity Mother Seigel's medicines, which
aio no sham. If this letter is of any
service you can publish it.
Yours vciy truly.
(Signed) William S. Glass, Chemist.
A. J. White, Emi.
15th August, 1683.
Dear Sir, I write to tell you that Mr.
Henry llillier, of Yatesbury, Wilts, in
.onus mo that he sufl'eied fiom a scveio
foini of indigestion for upwaids of four
years, and took no end of doctor's lnedi
cine without the slightest benefit, and
declines Mother Seigcl'sSyiup which ho
got from me has saved his' life.
Yours tiuly, (Signed) N.Webb,
Mr. White. Chemist, Calne.
C. J. RflcCARTHY,
OF TUB ASTOK HOUSE
70 Hotel Street.
Ila just iccolved, per Alameda, tho fol.
low ing ohoiio bitinds ot
American Cigars !
HenutyV Dower, lleniv Clay,
Simpler, Stud, Ciano, Western Hello
La Iielle California Las Nlnfus,
Pull Moon, Snow Diop,
E3T" These Olgais aio manufactured
from the choicest of Auiei ican and Ha
Come aiul ivy thejm !
u a -vr u a
Wllritx's .llnchiiK Millie.
Families and oilier." in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the nine in quantities to
Mill by Inning outers and ton
J?. 1J. OAT,
At Pacific Nalgitlloii Cn.'s Uuildlng,
801 Qltron Micel. tf
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1885.
C. O. HCHGlHt, Es(j.,
Agent Macnealc fc Urban Safes.
It Is with great ptcasure that
I add my testimony to the Firc-l'ioof
qualities of your Safes.
I had a small single door Macuealo &
Ui bin Safe in last night's terrible Hie,
nnd, on opening the same this morning,
found its contents consisting oT books,
papers, and money to the amount of
104u-IN PJ3HF-ECT CONDITION.
I am so well satisfied with the result
that I want another No. !! Safe at once.
GKO. M. ItAUPP,
020 Gcrmania Market.
LAINE &. CO.
Have a Large Stock of the
VERY BEST HAY.
Which is ollcrcd at Low est Market Prices
Dolivercd Free to any part of tho City
AGENTS FOS TIIK
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co-
Agents for the Hoocr Telephone.
Telephone No. 147. 700
SILK CULTaURE !
My Hook of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Gives all neccssaiy infoimalion.
Price, Tnenty-l'ive Ccnlfi iicr roiiy.
Silk Worm Eggs, Heels, Trees, Cut
tings, Seeds, &c., foi sale at the very
lowest market rates.
Thermometer and Barometer Combined
For uss of Silk Hniscis, fiee by mail
only 75 cents.
I will be pleased toghe infoimntion
to coiicspondents who apply by letter,
inclosing two cent stamp for reply.
Specimen ISoxch of Cncoonu A. Heel
ed Silk, i C'LMitH.;
None but articles of the nonqualify sold
Addiess all communications to
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter,
Practical Silk Cultuiist,
New List 011, IJuilinglon Co.
NEW .IE USE Y.
AKo atrent for the "Kaleidoscope,"
only 50 cts per year in advance. !)14
Rim from lie Aste !
LOVE'S MEW BAKERY !
M11S. LOVE dcsiics to intimate to
her numerous olil customers and
the public generally, that her bakery,
ZC8lro;yel ly TTlvc,
Has been restored in handsome, sub
stantial and convenient form. She Is
theicforo picpared to supply the largest
custom w ith f
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the best quality, and manufactured
by the most approved methods.
Everything in the line of a first-class
bakery will ho carried on with greater
facility than before the fire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is also lestored in more elegant style
than ever, and nt rate3 that cannot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dee. 12, 183 1. 802
BLGStoinfoim his numinous ousto.
lncis and the public thiil he is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the store
Alitkcn, iii'iit'iieuii SI.
0. J. II uinui., l'ropi Icior.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings and finish clways on hand.
CU Oulers promptly attended to. "ti5a
lltti'd uzttl Hu! W(ov Wood.
(Ml Cnl and Spill ly
TTAVINd ENLAHGDD THESE
Central & Commodious Siabics
we are picpaicd to furnish first-class
turnouts with gentle, horse?, with or
without drlvcis, A line wagonette in
II:icks at sill Hours.
day and night. Horses taken to board
by day, week, or month, on icaonublo
terms. Saddle hoiscs to let.
llorscH JEougfliL Jtiicl Sold,
C. W. JfAClMllLANE, ?-p,,
E. H. MILES, 'piops
0211 :tin efTelcphono No. ?'2.
Corner of 1'ort and Jlotcl Sts.
Hoiso Shoeing a specialty
A fii st-class man being specially engaged
foi that work.
Ship and AVagon woik faithfully
Shop on tho Esplanndc, op. Hoppei's.204
Tin, Copuor and Sheet Iron Worker
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and . Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumboih' stock and metals,
ITouso Fuijiishiiij Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lani)s, &o.
WHjUEK'S S. S. CO.
SiSfe! King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Laliainu, Maa
Iaea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
walhae, Laupalioehoo and Hilo.
Kottirning, will touch at all tho
alovo ports, arriving nt Honolulu
each Saturday aftci noon.
y&. Von KOLOA & WAIMEA,
Tho Clipper Schooner
P. Kibbling, .... .Mnsloi,
"Will 11111 regularlv to tho pons of
KOLOA, HANAI'EPE &j WAIML'A,
KAUAI. 1'or fielghloi passage apply
to the Captain on ho.ud, or to the
Pachio Navio viio.v Co.,
890 ilm C'01. Nuuanu ; Queen bis.
tiii: K.sr baimno
will mn regulaily
TO WAIALUA BVEBY MONDAY,
Hctuining on Thuisday, weather
For treight or jmsbnge apply to tho
Captain on board, 01 to
Pacikio Navigation Co.,
LIST OF 1BCIIA1I8E,
Light EprHS Wagons,
L Top Carriages.
STEAM C OAL.
Com. Wood Chairs,
Fine Molasses Rllooks,
Ice Chests, No1;, 2, ", and n,
Lobsters, 1 1 b t ns ; lleauR, !!1 b tns
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, &' 3.
Fairbank's Scales, Nos. 7,8,10itl1t(C
Ccutiiriignl Lining, 1I inch;
Comp. Nnll.s, IK, Ml iuoh.
Manila Coidage, Assented:
Galvanised Fence Staples,
FARMERS BOILERS 20 AMD 25 GALLS,!
Sisal Hope, Assoiled,
Y. AEETAIi SIIEATIIING
10, 18, 20,s;2,a4nud2Co.j
Hair Mattresses !
Grindstones, Kubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
"Wire, Bcllnod Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Scicwsnud Washers.
E. P. Adams Queen st
Lyons &. Levey, Queen t,t
Alvin H. Itascmnun.... Gazelle Building
Bishop & Co., Merchant st
W. McCandless Fish MaiJ;et
ICoot nnd Slioes.
L. Adler, Nuuanu st
Chr. Gci t., Foi t st
Temple of Fashion Fort st
Nolle Foi t st
McCarthy ". Hotel st
Grmsalves it Co Hotel t
Temple of Fashion Foit si
W. Miller Hotel st
Lycan & Co., Fort si
W. II. Page,---- Fan si
Hawaiian C.uriago Co., Queen hi
Cisitro and TolmccMi.
C.McCaithy Astor Billinid Saloon
Noltcs Beavei Saloon, Foi t st
Fishci's'Cbampagno Cider,.. ..Liliha st
Candy Factory anil JtaUery.
F. Hoin Hotel st
VarjiciitcrH and ICuildvi'N.
F, Wilhelm King si
G. Lucas Foit st
WT Bhoads Queen st
Iry nnd Fancy (iootlH.
N.S. Sachs .'..Foit Ft
J. T. Wulci house, Queen si
J. T. Wnterhouse, King st
J. T. Walerhouse, Foit st
B. F. Ehleis& Co Fort st
M. A. Gonsalves & Co Hotel st
Temple ot Fashion Foil st
Executed with neatness nnd dispatch,
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing- Office,
Bills of Iid ing
ffitim&E&Mk WhFzmi&j vwinB cauu :
tJr''3.-V-iWLjs-4OQ IKrltt T 7. . " J m -
iP'OAJ''rfivBr ie ri Jrr-":Jjirr t" s
Bonion, Bm li h & Co.,. . . . Fort st
llolllMoi A Co., NuuBtiu t
HolllnlM' Co 1'ottM
tr:i.', nmniid i'lii'tiitic.
Fiank llustaie, tjnoun st
G. ltobliiMon, (Juccn st
Mi p. Tumor, King st
Kli-e limurnnri A ecu In.
II. 1lirmcimhnchlcrc.nl Wilder & CoV.
V. O. Bergrr, Mcrrh.ut st
'ntM t'lirniNliiui; (nnilK.
Ehleis it Co., Foil Pt
N. S. aichs, Fori st
Gonsalves t Co Ilnlcl st
II STicgloan Fort Hotel sin
-rooi-rt("i nnd 1'imh Isionx.
A. S. Cleghorn it Co (Jueen st
Wolloit Ed winds,.. .Fort it Nuuauii stt
Lewis it Co, Hotel st
lldl'MC MIlOl'llIK hllUIIN.
Wilson Bros lVnt st
llorm TralnerH. A.c.
' Keith.. Knplolanl Pari;
L Bi undagp Queen it Puuehbnw I
Levy it Woodhnm. Orders at Wlsdnan'.s
lEaynml Fecit SIoi-oh.
AVolfo .t Edwaids....Kng ,V; Nuuanu cts
Union Feed Co., Quicn st
Lalue it Co, Port st
G. E. Shenunu,. Kingsl
Dillingham & Co Foitst
.1. T. Watorhouso (Jueen st
InipoitcrM A. Coni.Ici'eliaiitN.
G. "W. Macfarlane it Co., Foil si
C. Biewer it Co., Queen st
Lyons it Levey, Queen st
M. S. Gi iuhatuu it Co, Queen si
W. G. Irwin it Co Fort st
A. S. Cleglioin it Co., (Jueen st
.1. T. "Wnterhouse, (Jueen st
Fieelh & Peacock Nuuanu st
Castle it Cooke, King" st
Wing Wo Tai it Co., Nuuanu st
O. O. Bcigcr Meiehautst
Hyinan Bios., Moichanl st
Wcnii'jr it Co Foil st
W. Auld, Water AVoiksOllcc
J. A. Hassingcr, Interioi Ofllce
W. C. AUana King st
S M Cai lei
Le wci s & CooUc Foi t st
"Wilder it Co., Foi t si
Ulllliiu-i'.y ami IIi-cnk 3IaUln.
Mis. A. M. Mellis, Fort st
Dr. Emerson, Kukui st
J. M. Oat .Ti. it Co., Mci chant s
lliiiulicrH anil I'alnteiH.
E. C. Howe,.... King st
Blow n it Phillip'. King st
J. Nott, Kaahiiiminii st
Max- Koltin Foitst
Williams it Co, Foil Ft
A Ilerbcit Knlihi Valley
J Emmelutb Manoa Valley
Tuning A, Iimiral liiMtruiiicntb.
Lycan it Co. Foi t st
Noltes Beaver Saloon, Foil st
Windsor Bestauiant, King st
Casino, Kapiolani Pai k
Tourist's Hcti cat, .Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii
Jteal r.Htate Accntu.
J. E. Wiseman Mei chant st
A. S. Hartwell, over Bank
J. M. Daiidsou Kaahumaiiu st
A. Itosa Gov't Building
"W. A. Whiting Knahumami st
J. Russell, Merchant st
S. B. Dole, Kaahumaiiu st
F. M. Hatch ICniihumaiin st
It. F. Bickcilon, Merchant st
Cecil Brow n, Mciehant st
J. M. AIoiiMiuat, Merchant st
T. W. Bawlins King st, Lcleo
.T M. Oat Jr. it Co., Mciehant st
J. M-Oat & Co., Queen st
Pieice ik Co Queen st
J. Nott, Kaahumaiiu s
H. S. Ti egloan Foi t st
rnler-Island S. N. Co., .Esplanade
iviiuui'H a, o. L.O., l'orc it uccn sis
JMciflc M S S Co '.Foil & Queen sis
O. S. S. Co., !.... i'oit it Queen st
Pacific Navigation Co, Queen st
Jas Hi odie Berelania st
"Wood mill Coal DonlerM,
Frank Hustace Queen st
Wines and Spirits,
ft. W. Mncfnrlano & Co.,.Kaahimianii st
Frcetll & Peacock, Nuuanu st
Brown & Co Merchant st
- Watch linkers.
Wenner & Co Foi t Ht
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