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I CHARLES J. FISHEL,
m1) .-' ' nrv?' . i ii -l
UK1 rAffiElf HAWtTlfl Tips, Plumes,
H Swiss Edgings,
XVoneli Iiil sUioon uutt SUippevw.
Tho above Stock will bo sold at very Low ilgures.
Kb' ojBCA.ftS. jr
Just iccehcd, c Lapwing, n largo consignment of
i Genuine le
I'rcparul by Johumi Maria Farina
: Geuenoier Horn
Hollister & Co.,
Is the Leading Millinery House of Honolulu !
With MRS. E. T. SKIDMORE, tho San Fiancisco favorite, as Manager, wc are
burc to suit all tastes.
New Goods received by every steamer. CHILDREN'S HATS made up to
order in all styles. Always ou hand, a full lino of
I qpqc mhmifWeao
LdUUOi E.IBIUIUIUCH BUUl
Plushes, Feathers, Flowers. Tip", &c, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Underwear.
Also, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hosiery in gieat aiicty. .lust
leeched, a full line of tho
HPisiest; UEng-lisli Corsets,
in all sizes and colors, without doubt the best assoitmcnt to be found
All-Wool Queensland Shawls.
H& ' IV! RS. J,
nist '' - .! i
MPLE' OF FASHION,
We are pleased to announce the anival of our immense laige Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy lootls, Laces, Hum,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now ottering unprecedented and unmulledlJnrgains in all our departing
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very line Victoiia Lawn at $2 apiece, 30 yards; a very
large assortment of new Spring styles in Lawns, 4-4 liatistc, Sateens, plain
llgured and brocaded, white Pique and a full lino of Dress Goods, the latest out.
IK- ' Lace
JESoiiole, JUadLies' Tricot Olotli
in all tho new shades; 40 do Ladies Lisle Thread IIoso at 40 cents,
tho best value ever olleied.
Jiist received, all the latest Btyles in Boys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys Blue Klanel S.iilor Suits at $2.00 a Suit. Just received, direct from
ft Lafa', Men's, Misses' and Clilrcn's Sloes,
A full lino of Agate Ware, House Furnishing Goods, Eddss & Jewctt's Refrieern.
Filters and Coolers, Ice
now pattern; Easy Lawn Mowers,
Hoo, Plck.and Fork Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Miibkels, Powdor, Shot and Caps,
Feiao Who and Staples, Manila and Sisal Rope,
Tho latest novelties in Lamp goods, tho v ry Best and second guide Kerosene Oils,
Berry Bros. Fiiinituio Varnish. For sale at lowest market rales by
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
P.O. BOX 315.
Ileal Estato Agent,
Employment Agent, .
WJlder'B Steamship Agent, ''jf
Great Burlington Railroad
in America. ,
Has just received the nowest lino of
Ladies' TJntrimmcd Hats,
AUo, n cry fine Slock of
Tho Leading Millinery House
109 Fort Street.
which we oiler at bed-rock prices.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
Loclcg, Knobs, Padlocks,
Chests, White Mountain Ico Cream Freezers,
iJoor Mats, Garden and Canal Barrows, Axe,
XXouolitlii, II. I.
, - Custom House Broker,
m Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Agent - Firo and Life Insurance Agent,
C, K. MILLER,
General Business A Purchasing Agent.
42 ircliaut St, Honolulu.
My mot faithful alien' Ion will be
given for tlic
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio tcsidrtits of tho
B!) several Islands of thl groun. fly
A Woman's SnH'crings and
A Volon 1'i'oiu AiiHtrln.
Near the village of ZUllngdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an in
telligent and industrious woman, whoso
story of physical sutlorlng and ilnal ro
lief, as related by herself, is of interest
to English women. "1 was employed,"
she says, " in the work of a largo farm
house.' Over-work In ought on sick
headache, followed by a ileathly faint,
ini; and sickness of the stomach, until I
wa unable to retain cither food or
drink I was c mpelli'd to take to my
bed I oi several wtekf. Getting n little
better from lest and quiet, 1 sought l
do some work, but was soon taken with
u pain in my side, which in a little
while (.coined' to spread ovei my whole
body, anil throbbed in my every limb.
This was followed by a cough and
shortness ol breath, until finally I could
not sew. and I took to mv bed for the
second, and, as 1 thought, for tho last
time Mv friends told o that my time
had i early conic, and that I could not
livo longer than when the trees put on
their green enco more. Then 1 happen
ed to get one of the Sclgel pamphlets.
I read it, and my dear mother bought
me a bottle of beigel's Syiup, which 1
took exactly accouling to directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it be
foio I felt a great change for tho better.
My last illness began Juno 3, 1882, and
continued to August mn, wiieni oegan
to tako the Syrup. Very soon 1 could
do a httlo light work. Tho cough left
me, and I was no more troubled in
b entiling. Now I am perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I am ! I cannot ex
piess giatitude enough for Seigcl's
Syiup. Now 1 must u-ll you that the
doctois in our distuet distributed hand
bills cautioninir people unainst the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many wcretheicby inllu
cneed to destroy tho Seigel pamphlets;
but now, wheiovcr one is to be found, it
is kept like a leiic. 'Ihofow proercd
aio borrowed to lead, ami I have lent
mine for six miles around oui district.
People have come eighteen miles to get
mo to buy tho medicine for them, know
ing that it cured me, and to he sure to
get the light kind. I know a woman
wiio was looking like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could help her. I told her of
Seigcl's Syrup, and wioto the name
down for her that sho might make no
mistake. She took my advice and the
Syrup, and now she iss in perfect health,
and the people around us aio amazed.
The medicine has made such propress
in our neighborhood that people say
they don't want tho doeloi any more,
but thev take the Syrup. Sufferers from
cout who were conlined to llieir bed and
could hardly move a Auger, have been
cuied bv it. There is a girl in our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through bomo water, and was in bed live
years with costiveness and rheumatic
pains, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in tho surrounding "districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, but every one ciossed them
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
mug in our place when somebody is
dead, we thought suiely it was for her,
but Seigcl's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is as healthy as any.
body, goes to church, and can work
even in the fields. Everybody was as
tonfsbed when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she had been in
bed. To-day sho adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies and Beigel's
Syrup. Maiua Haas."
Tho people of England tpeak confirm,
ing tiic above.
Al'ler Many Yoni'H,
"Whittlc-lo-Woods, near Chorley,
"December 20, 188!1.
"Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all that try
it speak highly in its favor. Wo had a
case of a young lady that had been tiou.
bled many years with pain after eating.
Slut tells us that the pains were entirely
taken away after a few doses of your
medicine Yours truly, E. Pukl."
After Hovoral Yeaitt.
'JSloko Ferry, January Otli, 1881.
"Gentlemen, I have used Sicgel's
Syrup for several yeais, and have found
it a most efficacious remedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, and I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak too highly in its praise 1 re
main, yours liuly, Harriett King."
AJ'tor Hlxtocm Veniil.
"0!5, NoA'galo Btiect, Worksop, Notts,
"Decunboi 2(ith, 1883.
"Gentlemen, It is with the greatest
of pleasure I nccord my testimony as to
tho efllcaoy of Mother Sefgel'B hyrup.
My wife, who has Biilleied from acute
Dyspepsia for over sixteen years, is now
perfectly better through tho blo help
of your Syrup. 1 havo sent pounds in
medicines fiom doctois n lact, I be.
gan to think she was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried,
1 remain, yours, thaiiklully,
The JJU'eotH ilmvo leoii
"Illford Road Dispensary, Dukinlleld,
" Dear Sir, I tun happy to inform
you that tho sale of your Syrup ami Pills
increases here continually. Several of
my customcia speak of having derived
inoro benefit from tho use of tlicso than
from any other medicine. In some In
stances tho effects havo been wonderful.
Yours very respectfully,
It wly Pjio. EmvjH Eastwood, J.B."
ftfe gniljj Ulin.
SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1880.
ROMAN OATHOLIO CATHEDRAL.
High mass at 10 a. 3t. Veepers at 4 :30
Kauuakai'im Cmmoii. Itcv.
Wnhunaii, pastor. Sunday school
9:30 A. m. Preaching nt 10:30 a.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Blblo
class in the parlor at U:45 a. m., con
ducted by the General Seeietary. G09
jiel pinhe service at 0:30 v. M.
KAwaiauao CttUHCll. Rev. II. II.
Paiker. itastor. Sunday school at 10
a. si. I'reachlnir at 11 a. si. and 7:1)0
) I'tlOlW WMII'IHJ -."Vliuvi ... w
Preaching at 11 a. si. and 7:1)0
Young people's meeting nt 0
l'OKT-STKKKT ClIUllOH. RcV. .1. A.
Cumin, pastor. Meeting for lliblc
HtmlvntOMii a. si. Public worship at
11 A, st. and 7 :H0 I. St. In tho evening,
the Rev. Dr. Lceklcr will address a
llETitr.i. Union Conokkciation.
Rev. K. C. Oggel, pastor. Sci vices at
tlie Lyoenni. Xtuiaim iionuo. Sunday
school at !i :4ii o'clock. Rev C. M. Hyde,
D. 1)., will preach at 11 o'clock. In tho
evening the congregation will join tho
Voit Street congregation to hear Rev.
l)r, LceMer. A eoidtal invitation is ex
tended to all.
ST. ANDItinV'S CATIlKDltAt.. 1'lrst
Congregation. Holy Communion, at
(i::i0A. St.; Mornliig prayer, with ser
mon, at t)::!0 A. si. Evensong w lth cate
chetical addicss by the Bishop of Hono
lulu at II r. si. All cats aio free.
Second Congiegallon. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M.. pastor elect. .Morn
ing prayer with eiinon, 11:15 a. si.;
eeiiiug" prayer, with sermon, 7::i0 r. St.
Sunday-School meets at 10 a. si. hi the
Puliation Picparatory School building.
Scats fiee at all "ci vices.
A book of something now under
the sun is IJobeit Luce's illustiated
pamphlet on "Elcctiic Railways"
nnd the electric transmission of
power, the subject being treated in
plain terms. The kevbtonc of mo
dern science, the author says, is thai
matter and energy are never des
troyed. Energy changes, its form
or its place, but never grows nor
shrinks. As. energy is seldom in
the place we want it, we must carry
it from place to place in the form of
coal or otherwise. Students of
dynamical electricity maintain that
energy can be transmitted by elcc
tiicity more cheaply than in any
other way known to science.
In 185-1 the Danish electrician,
Iljorth, made a machine embodying
the principle of the dynamos of to
day viz: the principle of the ac
cumulation of currents by their
mutual action on one another. In
tills machine an electric magnet is
,put in the same circuit with the
coils of the other electro magnet re
volving before it. There is always
enough magnetism in tho coils of
the other when tho machine is
started. This induced current in the
second induces a still stronger cur
rent in the coils of No. 1, and this
new one, added to the little one
already there, induces yet a stronger
one in No. 2. and so it goes back
and forth", the strength of the cur
rent produced being limited only by
the capacity for saturation which
the coils possess. In this way of
magnetism is sutlicient to originate
torrents of electricity. Such a
generator is called a dynamo-electric
Nobody knows what electricity is
nor why it goes through wire for a
very long distance. Like water, it
ilows from point to point, compelled
by some unseen power. In the case
of water the power is called
"gravity;" in electrical motion the
impelling power is called "electro
By employing different methods
of winding the wire in the armature
coil any desired electromotive force
can bo obtained, this fact resting on
certain laws of the action of clectii
cal currents. Hundreds of differ
ently arranged electro-motors have
been experimented with, but as yet
they have not been of practical value
because they aro not economical.
The idea of using electricity gener
ated by power to produce power
in turn was discovered accidentally
at the great International Exhibition
in Vienna in 1878, where tho Gramme
Company had two machines on view,
intended for lighting purposes.
The of these machines was in mo
tion, and a workman who noticed
that some cables were trailing on
the ground, thinking they belonged
to tho second machine, placed them
in its terminals. To the surprise of
everybody this second machine,
which had been standing, began to
turn of its own accord. I hen it
was discovered that the first machine
was working the second. Tho
underlying principle in the trans
mission now is tliu coupling of two
or more dynamos. Tho most serious
difllculty in tho way of transmitting
currents of vast electro-motive force
will probably be that of insulation.
In Bavaria, in 1882, electric power
was tiansmitted thirty-five miles
over ordinary telegraph wires. In
Fiance last year electric transmis
sion of power was successfully tried
over soventy miles of wiie.
In Boston the dynamos of the
Massachusetts Electiic Power Com
pany, using the Daft system, run by
a btenm engine, supply oleetiio
power to about twenty motors in
various parts of the city. Among
tho possibilities nt no distant date
are great central stations, where
enormous steam engines will dtfvp
many electric machines. Wires
could bo laid along oyery street, and
the electricity tapped into cvciy
house. Tho tides, tho streams and
tho wind might generate tho needed
power. Refuso conl nt tho mlno9
could bo so utilized; and there Is
natural gas, immense quantities of
which arc wasted. It is possible that
the dynamo may replace tho sleam
The first electric railway built in
the world was tho handiwoik of
Thomas Davenport, a Vermont black-'
smith, who began his experiments in
1831 with an electro-mngnet weigh
ing four pounds, fiom which u
weight of 150 pounds could bo sus
pended. In 1835, at Springfield,
Mass., ho built a small circular rail
way, on which he placed an elretio
mngnctic engine. The same year he
exhibited it in Boston for two weeks.
The first electric railway on a useful
scale wits that of Siemens, exhibit
ed at Berlin in 187!). It was a nnr-row-gange,
half a mile long, carried
about twenty-five persons each ttip,
and its maximum speed was twenty
miles an hour. An electric railroad,
n mile and a half long, has been
running in a suburb of Bcrltn-since
1881 and hns never failed to cany
its daily Unfile. In the neighbor
hood of the Giant's Causeway, on
the coast of Ireland, an electric rail
way six miles long lias been in suc
cessful daily operation since Novem
ber 5, 18811. The clcctricjty is sup
plied by a waterfall on the liver
Bush. The steepest grade is 200
feet to the mile. The road is pay
ing 12 percent, dividends, and it is
proposed to extend it six miles. The
electric railway on the beach at
Brighton, Kngland, has handled a
heavy traffic for the past year with
out hitch or delay, the ears running
incessant)' twrelve hours a day.
The eleclrio railway last opened in
(heat Britain runs between Newry
and Bessbiook, a distance of three
miles. The dynamos here also aie
worked by waterfall. The electiic
railway at Blackpool, England, two
miles long, was opened hist Septem
ber. There are short electiic lines
on the continent, including one two
miles long in the suburbs of Vienna.
Tho application of power 1'ioin
stoiod electricity has not yet boon
perfected, but it is likely to play a
most impoitaiit part in the electric
woild. Since March, 1882, an elec
tiic railway, using Fame accumula
tors, has been in operation at Jireuil-cn-vAuge,
France, with great prac
tical success. Public oxpeiiiuents
with the accumulators in the streets
of London, Paiis and Uerlin have
been very eucouiaging.
In Ameiica the first electiic rail
road was opened to the public at
Saratoga in 18S3. One operated on
the Craft system began its tiips at
Coney Island in the summer of
18S1; and about the same time an
electric l.iilroad was put in use on
the East Cleveland horse laiiioad.
The most practical electric railway
in this country is that running in
one of the suburbs ol Baltimuic. It
has a maximum grade of 27o feet to
the mile. Some of the L loads in
New York aro getting leady to use
the electro-motor. Its application
to them, Edison says, is now only a
question of the draughtnian's woik.
The author has no doubt of the
eventual successs of electric rail
ways. Cincinnati Commercial
One hundred and forty women
aro employed in the Annex of the
Agricultural Department building at
Washington supplying tho congres
sional demand for seed.
We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stage's.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement ot tho stomach, bm, If
neglected, It in time involves the whole
frame, embracing the kiduejs, lher,
paucicas, and in fact the eniiie gland,
ular system; and the nflllctcd diags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief fiom sulleilng. The diiute is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if tho reader will ask himself the
following questions ho will bo able to
determine whether he himself is one of
the alllleled: Havo I distress, pain, or
difllculty in brcathiug afier eating? Is
thero a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
drowsiness y IIue the eyes a yellow
tinge? Docs a thick, sticky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied uy a disagree,
able taste? Is the longue coated? Is
there pain in the sides and buck? Is
there a fullness about the right side as
If the liver weie enlaiging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud.
dcnly fiom an horizontal position? Aic
tho secretions from the kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit after standing?
Does food fci mcut boon after eating,
accompanied by flatulence or belching
of gas from tho stomach? Is there fio.
queul palpitatlou of the heart? Theso
various symptoms may not be picsenl at
ouo time, but they torment tho sutfuiir
in tuiu ns tho dreadful discao pro.
gi esses. If tho case be ouo ot long
standing, thero will be a diy, hacking
cough, attended after u time by cxpec.
toration. In very advanced singes tho
sum assumes a dirty mow nun appear,
auce, and the handB and feet iitocinercil
by a cold sticUy peispliatlou. As tho
liver and kidneys become, moio and
more diseased, rheumatic pains appear,
nnd tho usual treatment proves tntirely
unavailing against the latter agonising
disoider. Tho oiigiu of this malady Is
indigestion or dyspepsia, and a small
quantity of the pioper medicine will
remove tho dlscaso it taken in Its Incip
ient)'. It Is most important that tho
disease should bo promptly ami piopcrly
Heated in its first stages, when a little
medicine will effect a cuic. and oicu
when it has obtained a stloug hold tho
correct remedy should l.o pcrueveied hi
until every esligo of tho diseate is
eiadicated. until tho annetito husicliiin-
ed, and tho digestive ovuniib restored to
a healthy condition, 'ilio stuest and
most clleetual iciiiedy tor this distiets
iug complaint Is "Seigel'a dilutive
Syrup," a vegetable picpaiation sold by
all chemists and mdjeinu vendors
tlicoughout tho world, and bythopio
prletois, A.J. While, Limited, London,
K, (J. This Synp strikes at the very
foundation of tho disease, and drhes It,
toot and branch, out of tho system, Ask
your chemist for Seigcl's Curative
79 & 81 Kiue Slreet,
HhUrmiecN Iron IClc and Morcliunt fitls.
Every dcseilptlnu of work in tho nboe lines peifoiinid In a first-class umnner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
J3T Bell Teh phone, 107. "633
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mm HUSTACEi illyERi
King Street, between Fort and Alnkca SI root 8,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon. Smoked Hillbiil, Hnms, Bacon, Block Codflfh, Kits and tins Snl.
mon i:euie.. iseps uuuei, unia unccse,
sinn, rig, AinioiiiiH, warning, ppiccu jpu, xsoncu cniCKc-n, Ltim n Tongues, Ship
ped Ueef, ei-es Oystcut, Saldino-', Sea Foiini Crackers, Flour, Brnn, Wheal, Oats,
While mllle Soap, Gianuhitcd Sugar, Cubo Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Qermeo,
Breakfast Ueini, Choice Tins, French PeaB, etc. Also,
" Good Night " nnd Palace Brandts Kerosene Oil. ,
All at Lowest market rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed. KST P. O. Box 872:
I542J Telephono lift.
Practical Confectioner, Fancy
1DESPEOTFULLY informs the Public of Honolulu and the Islands generally
.ii that he Intends to furnish, as soon as the needed appliances airivc, all the
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
piactlcally known to him. Hating mndca contract with the Woodlawn Dairy for
a con-iimt supply of their ctlcbrnicd Cicam, will Mipply his customers "with more
than lifiy difleicut kinds Fancy Creams, Toolio Fiully, Souffles and many more
too numerous to mention here, all of which ho' has had practical experience with
at the Imperial Courts of Vienna and the Royal Confectionery of Bavaria. All
steam power-made articles in this line are far superior to any hand-made.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTO UY AND STORK Ho. 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
Both Telephones, No. 74'.
P. S. Special arrangements made regarding Prices for large orders, which it
will be impossible for any nno else to compete with.
FOB SAIiE BY
No. lO Store,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doe Jersey Gloves,
Victoiia Lawns, -Costume
Sash and other Ribbons
318 latest styles.
FIRE, FIRE !
HAYING been obliged (on short
notiee by tho above element) to
move to some other quarters, we would
therefore notify our patrons, nnd all
those that wish us well, that weaie now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
where wo shall be prepared to fill
Groceries & Provisions,
also, in the Feed line, as
Hay and Grain.
Orders solicited, prompt attention and
lair prices guaranteed.
8- Bell Telepbi no 840, Mutual Tele,
The White House,
No. 118 Niiiiaivu (Street,
HONOLULU, : : II. I.
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Reasonable, First-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
Book Binder and
(Formerly in tho Gazette Block).
Informs ids friends and the public gen.
orally that ho has iemoed to more
spucloiiB premises, diiectlv opposite tho
Old Stand, in the
Campbell Block, Booms 10 and 11,
where ho 13 now prepared to do work in
his line. Patronage respectfully soil,
cited, .6$ im
Olil lose Premises,
Itell Telcphonej 167. S.
Kegs I'icities, kcbs l'ic I'm u. Tabic Hal.
Pastry Cook and ' Ornamentor."
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lachman & Co.'s California Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 Brandy,
J. Pelllson's 7 and 10-year-old Brandy,
J. J. Mclcher's " Elephant" Gin,
II. W. SMITH ft CO.'S
"TiHsfle Dei" Wlfflej,
Coatcs & Co.'s ' Plymouth " Gin, etc.
A K17LI. LINK OP THE
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
BPIIUTS, LIQUKOR8, ETC.,
constantly on hand and for sale at the
LoweBt Bf urltot States.
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362.
Both Tel., No.' 40.
rpHE undersigned, having this day
JL leased to GEO HOE CAVANAGH,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Hteam Latin,
dry, notice is hereby given that tun said
George Cavauagh alouo is lesponsible
for all dolus contracted by tho said
George Cavanagh for tho said Laundry
from and after this date.
Assignee of J. F. McLaughlin.
II onolulu, June 17, 1 880. CO