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MONDAY, MAY 10, 1880.
A. Hoop, of Kan
F. A. Hoon, of Kan Fran
cisco, proposes to ;ic the llono
Jiiluans a sensation, lie lias written
to Mr. 4). 12. Whoman. making en
quiries about the Hawaiian winds,
whether their stylo of Mowing is of
the right soit to admit a balloon as
cension. Should the answer prove
.satisfactory, wc may expect Mr.
Roop some line day. during the
summer, stait from the top of
Punchbowl to make au etuerial tour
of the Islands. Aloha.
I . . .
t , , THE OLD DETHEL
, -, Of nil the buildings that stood on
fH i tliU'lhirty autes of land swept by the
. uue lire, uie oiu iteuici was piona
bly the one haing the must intimate
connection with the history of the
" Hawaiian Islands. It was the lirst
church edifice, elected for 'voihip.
in the I'.nglUh language, in Poly
nesia, and its hisloty reaches back
to a period anterior to the building
of churches for the like purpose on
the west coast of America.
The licthel was one of thiee for
eign chaplaincies established in Is:i2
by the American .Seamen's Friend
Society in Honolulu, Havre and
Canton respectively. The liist chap
lain was the Kcv. John Diull, who.
witli his wife, and the I'ev. Lowell
f Smith, Hev. li. W. Parker and their
wives, arrived here on board the
whaloship Mentor, Capt. Uico, the
Hth May, lft;tt, round the Hoin.
Along witii tliis band of mission
aries, the ship carried inattcriaK for
the building of the church. On the
i.'8tli November, 'M, the dedication
of the church took place, the -ernion
being preached by Mr. Dicll from
the text, "And AVlw Is My Neigh
bor?" His Majesty King Kaincha
meha III., witli the Premier Kinau
and her sister, occupied a sofa in
fiont of the desk. Mr. Dioll was
succeeded by Uuv. Mr. Tinker, after
whom came the lcv. S. C. Damon,
iiiitalled pastor, the second Sunday
in April, 18.50, the congregation
having been organized on the ;lrd of
the same month. Doctor Damon,
whose life and labors arc well
known, was identified with the
Lcthcl up to 1881, when he re
sigued, only a few months previous
to his death. The present pastor,
lfcv. K. (J. Oggel, has been in the
pastorate of the Bethel congregation
since the 15th April, 18SJ. lie
preached the last sermon in the
llcthcl on the morning of the 18th,
about &ix hours before the building
was wrapped in Humes, from the
text, "For there is one God, and,
one mediator between God and man
the man Christ Jesus, who gave
himself a ransom for all." One of
the hearers on this occasion was
the venerable L'cv. Lowell Smith,
D. D., who was present also as one
of the assembly that met at the
DACCETVS BUSINESS RUINED BY A
Many years ago down in Idaho
during the uold excitement a. good
k many men went into the country to
make money outside the gold-hunt
ing ministry. 1 ncir mea was 10
make the other fellows delve for the
gold, while they appropriated it
afterward. Uollin Daggett, after
ward Nevada's congressman, estab
lished a ferry boat on a small creek,
and named the place "Death's
Ford," at the bume time inventing
a musty legend to the eifect that it
was thus named because so 111:1113
lives had been lost in an attempt to
cross it. The stream was not more
than a dozen yards wide, and the
water nowhere more than two feet
deep; hut lie rigged up a Hat boat,
and pulled it back and foitli by a
rope contrivance. Whenever the
prospectors crossed he regaled them
witli horrible talcs of the treachery
of the stream, and the remorseless
quicksands which had diawn so
many men and mules to terrible
In the night when he ferried peo
ple over he would caution them not
to get too near the edge of the boat,
as" a (all overboard was certain
death. -Iy letting the dim old
lantern go out and making slow
tiiue, ho frequently impicssed the
t passengers with the idea that the
stream was half a mile wide. For
night trips he charged .'), but if the
wind was high and the weather bad
ric:stuck BMiguiue prospectors for
? t much larger sums. In the daytime
.,' '81 was his modest charge. He
- went along in this way for several
"' . months, the men who rushed to the
' hills looking upon him as a bone-
-- .factor to his race by this conquer
fa , ing of .so formidable an obstacle to
travel as "Death's Ford."
h, One day Charley Stoddard, the
k promoter,' appeared on the bank
fL with a mule, and boarded the llal-
pr boat to cross. In the middle of the
J stream, just when the ferryman was
telling how dangerous the pluco was,
the mule grew restive and fell over
board. One leg caught on a rope,
and he got his head under water,
and, unable to extricate himself,
was drowned. When he was cut
loose ho lay there in the middle of
"Death's Ford," half out of the
w.'Uer, so that all who came along
saw what a mi.serablo sham the
ferry was, and that any four- footed
animal could walk across. Daggett
tried to get the mule away ; but he
was too heavy to budgo, and so ho
lay thorc in plain sight for weeks,
until Daggett's business ns a ferry
man was ruined, ("Carson Appeal,
A twos Melius and
A. Voli'i i'roni A.tiH(i'n.
'car tin' village of Zillingdorf, In
Lower Austria, li-s Marin Hans, an In
telligenl mid industrious woirmii, who-io
iitoiy of pin Kind -idlering and llnal re
lief," a 1 elated ly herself, is of lmcrost
to English women. "1 was employed,"
she sayi", " in the work of a large l'.iriu
house.' Oxer-woil; brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly fnlnt.
lag and sickness of the stomach, until I
was unable to retain either food or
drink. 1 was compelled to lake to my
bed for several weeks. Getting a little
better from rest and quiet, I sought t
do some work, bill was soon takeu with
11 pain In my side, which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and Ihrnblictl in my eory limb.
This was followid by a cough and
shoituou of liieiitli, until llnally I could
not sew, and 1 lool, to my bed for the
sicoiid, and, as 1 thought, for the hist
Mine. M Iricnds lohl e lluit mv time
had neatly conic, anil that I could not
live longri limn when tin-ln.es put on
their gteen nee more. Then I happen
ed to pet one of the Scigcl pamphlet.
I rend It, and my dear mother bought
me a bottle of Seigel's byiup, which I
took exactly in. cording 10 dirietious,
and I had not taken the whole ol it be
foie I felt a ureal change fm Hie better.
My last Illness began .lulie , lhS'J, and
continued to Auutiit lull, when 1 began
to tnku Hie Syrup. Very soon 1 could
do a little 1 gbt uoik. The couch left
me, and I was no more troubled In
b cubing. Now 1 nm perfectly cui ed.
And oh, liow happy I 11111 ! 1 cannot c..
pie gratitude e'notigh for Seigel's
Symp. Now I limit t-ll you that the
ilootois in our district diitr'lbutul hand,
bills cautioning people against the
medicine, telling them it would dotliem
no good, .old ninny weie thereby infill,
cueed to destroy Uie beige pamphlets;
but now, whet ever one is to be found, it
is kept like a relic. '1 he few preserved
are borrowed to 1 end, mid have lent
initio lor si. miles mound our diMiici.
People have come eighteen miles to get
me to buy the medicine for them, know
ing that it cured me, and to lie sure to
get the richt kind. I know a woman
who wa looking like death, and who
told them thero was no help lor her,
that she had consulted seveial doctoi",
but none could hclpliu. I told her of
Heigel'si Syrup, and wiole the name
down for her thai she mlirht make no
mistake. Mu; took my advice and the
Syrup, and now s-U is 111 perfect health,
and the people around us are anuied.
The medicine has ni.ule Mich pi ogress
in our neighborhood that people pay
they don't want tho doctor any more,
lull they lake tho Syrup. Sufferers from
irout who weie confined to their bed and
could hardly move 11 linger, have been
cured by it. There is a girl in our (lis
liict who caught a cold by going
through sonio water, and was in bed live
years with eosthencs-s and lhcumalic
p.iiu?, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in the Miirounding districts to whom
her mother bad not appliid to ieliee
her child, but every one crossed them-t-elves
ami said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell mug which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, wo thought surely it was lor her,
but Seigel's byrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is as healthy us any.
body, goes to chinch, and can work
even in the llelds. Everybody was as.
touisl'od when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she had been in
bed. To-day .she adds her giatituile m
mine r Unl'n IIIC10I..0 anU ocigelV
byrup. Mahia Haas."
The people of England sni.nl.. ooniWin.
ing thu above.
Al'lei' Jinny Vnris.
" Whlttlcle-Woods, near Chorlev,
" December 0, 1JS:J.
"Dear Sir, .Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all that try
it sneak liisihly in its faor. Wc Inula
ease of a young lady that had been turn,
bled many years with painsaftet eating.
She tells us that the pains weie entiiely
taken away after a lew do-cs of your
niedieinc Youis tmly, E. Pr.rn,."
AI'liT Si'Vei'iil "Wuiii.
"Stoke Ferry, January lltli. IfeSI.
"Gentlemen, 1 have used biegel's
Syrup for seveial years, and have found
it a moat elllcacious remedy lor Liver
complaints and general debility, and I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak too highly in its praise. I ie
nirtin, yours tiulj, Ilairiett King."
ATtiM' i-ilxtocn Yciuh
"Dj, Newgate Stiect, Worksop, Notts,
"December "JUth, lbSll.
"Gentlemen, It is with the greatest
of plc.isuic I accord my testimony as to
the ellleacy of Mother Seigel's Syrup.
My wife, who has suffered from acute
Dyspepsia fm over bixteeu years, Is now
perfectly better tliiough the sole help
of your Syrup. 1 have sent pounds In
medicines fiom doctois in tact, I be
gan to think she was incurable, until
your matvelloiis medicine was tried.
I lemain, yours, thankfully,
rPJH .I'Jirlth. lUIVC Iti'Oll
" llford Uoad Dispensary, Dukiullold,
" Dear Sir. 1 am liiini.v to inform
you that the sale of your Syrup and Pills
increases heie continually. Several of
my custoineis speak of having derived
more benellt trom ihe use of these than
fiom any other medicine. In some In
stances the ell'ects have been wonderful.
Yours very lespectfully,
It wly Pno. Edwin Easi wood, .I.E."
HOY to attend Garden work, clean
Horse and Uuggy, and drive a
Ittle. A good home ollered, anil iH) a
nontli. Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
. .... ...... . , , -
Gen'l business Agent.
AGlHb (Geiinan prcfened) from 12
to 10 years of age, to euro for two
children, ainl mako herself generally
useful. Apply at
HIS 1 w M 1 QUEEX STREET.
FOII SALE JJY
I T V,TI?
u, 1. nu
A Varied Aos'm't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doo .lersey GIovcb,
Sash and other Ribbons
31S latest styles.
What arc tho Elements Lacking in
Your Soil ?
100 Tons Fisli GlllO,
ANAT.T7.I.N0 AS rOM.OWS:
Ammonia Organic and Volatile
Phosphate Lime UT.L'
Insoluble Matter l.i)
Traces of Alkaline Salt.
In quantities to suit,
AIo, a new Chemical Fertilizer,
J3? Head the following analyois and
Molstuie (dileil at 2 1 'J5 I'.; ''"'
'Organic Mailer. Ammonia Salts,
Monobasic Phosphate of I.lnie.... U.!I0
Insoluble l'hosihate ;!.S1
Sulphate of l.luic 1II.7L'
Alkaline Salts and Magnesia Il'.-i;
Containing Potash LSI, equal
to Sulphate of Potash. ....to
A hi I'll class and excellent Cane Manure.
(MgneiD ur.oitm: llronns.
Consulting Cheiul-t to the Agllclll
liiral Society of llai bailees.
7!i Mark I.ane, K. C.
Tryit, a 3mall lot for Experi
ment. Castle & Cooke.
WE LEAD !
Others Foilow !
If "Yon Want
Fine lee Cream,
OA-icisy uiKi cv' i)i iats.
Ice Cream Parlors
S5 Hotel Street, near J'ort.
OCIC.V DAII.T UNTIL 11 l'.M.
Mutual :as. nSiit Cllil) t-gy Hell 182
ex bark .las. S. Stone,
AAD XisOlt SVX.13,
AN AS0lll)ir.NT or
in i!irt as lollows, viz:
Open Ivers Buggies
To) iiiewBter Hex Euggles,
Top Erewstcr l'lineton Iluggies,
Open Democrat Wagons,
Canopy Top Wagons,
Extension Top CafioMs,
Hand Calls and Mule Carts.
G. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu. April III, 1S8U. 'M2 lm
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Floiida Lemonade, Aeiatid AVatcrs of
all kinds, Fruit Syrupa and Esbenecs.
Wo Use Patent Stopers
in all our liottles.
Wo invito paiticular attention to our
Patent Filter, lcccntly introduced, by
which all waters used in our mamifae
tuies is absolutely fieed from all lm.
We deliver our Goods free of ehaige
toallpaitsof thu city. We guarantee
our Goods to be the best in the market.
Oareful attention paid to Island Otders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. IJo.x !(", Honolulu.
lit'll Teloplionc : : 08
Mutual Telephone : .'CIO
t5y Orders loft witli llenson, Smith .
Co., No. 11 Foil Street, will receive
We, also, aiu Agents for tho sale
of J. W. Hiagley's
18S of his own manufacture. Cm
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST COltNEE I-'OltT AND KINO STEEET.S.
Now Gooih iceeived by evciy Packet from the Eastern Slates and Europe.
Fresh California 1'iodiico by pa cry Ht earner. All Aiders faithfully attended to.
and Goods dell voted to any part ot the city free of ehaige. Island orders toll
cited, (satisfaction gtiatanteed. lot OiUre Uo 1 Ifi. Telephone Nn. (IJ. lf!S1y
1. O. llox 2U7.
LEWIS & GO., GROCERS,
111 JPitvt .Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on tho way. .Iut received Ivegs Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land Hcrrlnge, kegs Tilpc, kegs German Pickles kegs Mixed Pickle, kits
Sainton iJclllos. klls Mackeiel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Ueef Kor
liic.iklait While O.ils, Ucrnici, Liicakfaxt Gem and Mncilcil Maize. Also, a
Hue lot id' New Zealand ami Portland Pcachblou I'otamcs always on li mil.
The veiy besl of ISLAND HI, ITEX, )lenty foi evervboih.
I'rlces lot mid .SiUi'.itietioii r!iiut'ant''d.
(Formtily with Suniiil N"i .
laipoi'liM' nnd !eUei" in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, P.AiPS,
CHOCKEltY, GLASMA1(L, HoU.E FUUMSIUNG HAEDWAHE,
AGATE IKON AND T1NWAKE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
IS Stole formerly occupied by S. X' T I , opj osite Spreckils &. C'o.'s Hank. mWH
-Y J.o 1 XJ 1
Corner of Fort &t Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
(rent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-jlade Clothing, and Hats and Caps
111 all tki Latest Styles utl Patterns,
CSf" Paiticular attention is called to an elegant line of Geut'b Neckwear.
JOHI. ITT, Id. 8 Kaalniani Street
.,L,., ii ,! i j' ir "'; i
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Mouse Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, CGPPEE AND
9.03 SHEET IRON WORK.
Telephone !J 10.
f 1 R1 j n
VI r t
April 5th, 1886,
ON trasonahle terms, the new S.story
llrlek Jlullding, known ns the
Lincoln Itlock, siluaicil on King street,
near Hon. V. If. Illshop's. It oomprl.cs
a frontage of l.'B feet nn King street,
limning back matika i-'OO feet more or
less witli all tho buildings and linproe
ments thereon. Applv to
:;0Utf G W. LINCOLN, llullder.
O AVI NO been obliged (on short
LJl. notice by the above element) to
move to sonic other quarters u would
therefuic notify our putions, and all
lbo!e that wish us well, that Vtcaic now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
where wo shall bo prepared to fill all
also, in the Feed line, an
Hay and Grain.
Outers olloitcd, prompt ntti'iitlon and
iiiir pi ices gilinatiteed.
Cray Hell Tcleph. ne !!!!, Mutual Tele,
WOIJE Ac CO.
Vine and Spirit
JDMCJS KOH A.IVX1 S
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lachman & Co.'s California Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 Ilinndy,
J. I'ellif-on's 7 and 10-year-old liratuiy,
J. J. Melcher's "Elephant" Glu,
II. W. S5IITII i! CO.'S
"TImtiR Hrw". Wbjskoyr
Coates & Co.'s 'Plymouth" Gin, etc.
a rui.i. i.int: or tiu:
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
6H1UTS, LIQUKUR8, ETC.,
constantly on hand and for sale at the
Orders tilled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362. Both Tel., No. 40.
Yosemilfi Skating- ilk,
Will bo open every afternoon and even.
Ing as follows:
day unil Nulurduy livening.
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentleuiLii and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tie Pacific Transfer Co.
Olllco with O. K. Miller,
12 Merchant Btrcet,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tol., 391.
I am fully ptoparcd to do all kinds of
dravagc, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantee to e.xccuto faith,
C2 ly S, F. GRAHAM, Prop'r,
lor Family Use,
Ualrnot Bellies, in 20 & 50-lh. Kits,
Sal.-uott Tips, in 25-lb. Kits,
Codfish, in J25-lb. Kits,
' ALSO, ON ll.VXtl,
Planlalioi) Salmon, Bbls. A Tierces,
The above are ol Into anivals, and
gunraiitoiul In good older. For cale by
:;o:i im custlk & gookb.
! FOll SALE,
J 12FKLT WINDMILL, made by
X llyron anil .laidison, iilth lCfiet
Tower. Four tiougbs capable of hold
ing 1,000 callous of water, suitable for
cattle, wVth H.incli galvanized Iron
pump. Will he sold cheap. Eeiythhig )
now. ANo, u good su Ing Cart, suitable
for a hutchei For fuilher particulars, s
apply to ' T. W HAWLIN8,
;(Q I in Soip Workn, Lrle.i, Honolulu.
O Xt .V y m. m IS' .
ALLordeis for CaitaL'e promptly at.
tended to. Pailiciiliu alten'tioa
paid to the
Storing- & Shipping
of goods in tiiui'it to the other Islands.
Also, Black Wd White Sand
In quantities to lilt at lowest pi Ices
Office, adjoining)1:. P. Adams & Co.'s
!)32 ly Mutual Telephone No. 10.
St'm Gand; Factory
F. HORN, : : ' Proprietor
No. 71 HOTEL SI, between
Nuuanu and thu SU.
Has id ways on hand he largest Stock
of Candies-, both Plaiinnd Fancy, guar,
auteed to be STHICTj Y l'UHE
"WlioleHuItj Jfud Retail.
Rich WedcJing Cakes
Of a Twenty YeaLi T?,.,,ti1nn. nil
cin,.n ni...n.... .. r. --xi'-- - ? -
i.9.uuB ""fiianu, oruamenteu
In any Style. I
Pastries of AllLjJbesoription 2fflos to
UrUW UC HiliPtt Notir
g ""I1 UV ephoae, No. 74.
I'. O .llox No.'7BI ' (1jj
iluo for any quun.
I. P. O. Box 4.
The hicliest Caslil
llfler s I jiisliiii Co.
l'Jth, and thence
following tho a
and Mariposa o
two days and P.
When tho Sth
fall on Mondii)
OT Tickets tor
the llrst Monday
al of the Alameda
ie 8th and '-22nd of
imu will make the
elilng Keauhou ou
ig, giving Tourists
.ightb at the YoloAno
id 22nd of the month
o Ikimiii will leave
Round Trip. $50, which
ill airivc in Honolulu
on Volcano Tilps. Ou
I leave Honolulu ou
etui n Satuuluv mora.
Klt'S STMSHI'I' CO.
14, ISSfl. 124 tf
Tho Ki mil
,'.S . S. CO.
ilulti each Tuesday lit
:g nt Laliflna, Mnn
ona, Mal'kona, Ka
ilioeliou r.ud Hilo.
will touch at nil the
arriving at Honolulu
4 p.m., torn
ul ove por
ALE . ARTHUR,
Quecijt, nest Bulletin Otllce.
Horses br.ken to Sad
Horses bnarded by the
y S--- day, w'ek, or month,
Horses Clipped, rar 77.dejiliono 181.
EUSTACE & ROBERTSON