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FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 188G.
Stmr vVntmannlo from Wnlinnnalo
Gcr bk Llvlngstono from Hongkong
Sclir Kc Ati Hon from Kunu
Sclir American Gill for San Frnnclpo
Rktne Goo 0 Perkins for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ger bk Livingstone
Bktuc Mnrv Wlnkelmaii, Backus
Bk Ciiibaifen, Hubbard
Gcr sulir Mary O Hohm,
Gcr bk Furst Ulsmaiek, Vnndor Vlng
Bk Iloidcn, Jnycii-oii
liktnc Cousuclo, Cousins
Norwegian bark Aurora, Suttcrlntul
Haw brig Alllo Rowe, .T Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Dol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Port Townsend, WT, duo July 20-31.
Nlo bk Rlinljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B O, duo Juno 25-110.
It M. S S Alameda (Am), H G Morse,
from Sun Francisco, en route to the
Colonies, duo Aug 7.
Haw steamship Zcalandln, K van Otc
rendorp, from San Francisco, due Aug
Gcr bin k Pacific, Oltnmn, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from PortTown
.send, WT, dueAugl-11.
Am tern Eva. H O Wlktnan, from
Port Townscnd, W T. due Aug 10-20.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Xlvfirpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson', from
IBoston, due August 20-31.
.Brit ship Amnnn, from Liverpool, duo
Am sclir Ida Schnaucr, from Eureka,
Cal, due tit Knliului, .inly 20-30.
Brit bark Ironcrag, from Liverpool,
idue October 15-30.
Brit bark W H Watson, from Liver
pool, due October 1-20.
Am Bhip Fairfield, from Hongkong,
due August 20-30.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elsluore, G W Jcnks, from
Newcastle, N S W. due August 20-30.
Am baik Paclllc Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N tf W, due September
O S S Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Francisco, August 23d.
R M. S S Mararoa, (But) Jtuncs Edie,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due August 28th.
ITUs? sailing of the bark Blrmah was
jpostpwied until this morning.
The chooner American Girl sailed
.this moruiug for San Francisco with
.6,727 bags of sugar valued at 830,
.382.07. The bark Sieben will sail for Puget
:Sound this afternoon if a breeze spring
The Aurora will sail for Puget Sound
In tills city, on the 5th Instant, of par
tial paralysis of the braiu, Mrs. Thos. J.
Mossnian, aged 50 years.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Music at the rink this evening.
The Band is playing at the
Queen's Hospital this afternoon.
The bark Livingstone fron Hong
Okong, with Chinese passengers, is
.anchored off port.
Mr, C Hammer is making satis
ffactory progress in tho way of re
covery from his late accident.
Tins Hawaii and Benedicts base
ball clubs will try conclusions at
Makiki diamond to-morrow afternoon.
There is to bo another challenge
Bleating contest between Hartman
and Napoleon on Saturday night of
Tun Alameda will bo duo to-morrow,
en route for New Zealand and
Australia. The Zealandia comes two
Mn. Liming for Mr. Michicls, and
Mr. Stewart for tho insurance com
panies, were cleaning out tho burnt
store this morning.
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The grocers aio expecting fruit,
fish, and vegetables by to-morrow
and Monday's steaniors. Don't for
get about tho "early birds, etc." ,
The burnt store on Fort street
seems to bo the principal place of
ntttracion to the unemployed. Boys
and old men throng tjio sidewalk from
.morning till evening.
Princess Liliuokalani will prob
ably go to Hilo on Monday next, ac
companied by tho Royal Hawaiian
(Band, to attend a largo gathering of
wunday Schools to bo held there.
Mr. L, J. Lovoy will sell a variety
of goods At his regular cash ealo, to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock, and
land at Kohala, Hawaii, under fore
closure of mortgage, at 12 noon.
Small iisli woio abundant this
morning in tho water .undorneath
King Btreet bridgo, and numerous
.school boys found pleasure and profit
in devoting u poition of their vaca
tion to angling.
Cupid with his bow and arrow
sccniH to lmvo caused u commotion
in the matrimonial market. There
are several weddings in viow that
many persons may know of, but
there aro two not generally known,
that will surprico tho community.
Polici: Officer Good, who for somo
timo pant has been guardian of tho
peace at tho Chineso Theater, and
who while on a raid ono night hit an
aged Chinaman 011 tho head with a
club, has resigned from tho force. It
is said, however, that Marshal Ka
ulukou asked Mr. Good to remain in
"Puck" says "wo don't wish to
)io understood as finding fault with
NiUur'oj but wo tto Wish front thu
bottom bl our hearts Hint tho ltlhil
nous end of it flrolly hntl been hitch
ed to tho mosquito." Tho snino sa
tirist observes "that woman scorns
to bo getting fur'lhor nud further
nhcmUof tho hustle."
Tun new yacht, mentioned here
tho other day, has been built by
Messrs. Powell and Salter. They
linvo been at work on her nearly
twelve months in the evenings. Jler
dimensions nro: length 29 feel, beam
S ft. (i in., depth 1 ft. 0 in. She is
built of li in. Oregon pine, with gal
vanized fastening. Her name, will
be the "Aiuniidn."
Q'iik danco of the bashful boys last
evening was not much of n success.
David, leader of tho orchestra was
unwell and there was no music. Ono
of tho bashful boys had a stiff nook,
another oould find no pleasure in sit
ting dowli. Ono was tired, another
sick nbed. Sonic had other engage
ments, while the lady-killing clique
wore not willing to danco without
tho gentle sex.
At noon to-day a Chinaman, with
a tray containing a hot dinner and
tho implements nuido necessary by
civilization for eating it, was passing
through a door on Fort street, oppo
site Hall & Sons, when the truck the
door post, and the contents were
precipitated to the iloor, and the
crockery badly smashed. Someone
had to gowithout dinner "that"
A gunti.uman who drives to his
place of business in a phaeton every
morning hns too much faith in tho
goodness of his Chinese servant. This
morning while the servant was re
turning home with the carriage ho
stopped in front of a Chinese hovel,
near tho upper end of Fort street.
He permitted a filthy celestial to get
in tho phaeton, hold the whip and
reins and lay back on the cushions
as grand as you please.
Mn. Perkins, chief officer of the
bark Cailmricii, may, on his return to
San Francisco, be appointed muster
of tho vessel, vice Captain Hubbard,
who goes to Port Blakely. If Mr.
Perkins receives the command, both
he and the owners of the Caibarien
are to bo congratulated. The lormcr
will have mounted one step higher
on the ladder of life, while the latter
will have given their vessel in chargo
of an able and worthy seaman.
Tun fire investigation has resulted
in nothing definite being elicited ; or,
if the contrary, those conducting it
are not prepared to divulge their
findings. Complaint is made of the
backwardness of some, who should be
in a position to recount relevant cir
cumstances, in coming forward to
tell all they know about the case. If
the "Fire Inquest" bill wbb only sign
ed and published, anybody wanted
could be compelled to give testimony.
Master Horace Tregloan, who it
will be remembered was knocked
down by a horse the other day, is ,
improving, lie was thoroughly ex
amined by physicians yesterday but
no bruises or scratches were found
en liis body. The fall however
caused a concussion of the spine and
paralyzed the lower extremities.
Yesterday Master Horace was in pain
and unablo to move eveif a toe, but
this morning ho was resting well and
could move his foot a little.
While Mrs. Covington and Miss
Mabel Rhodes were riding along
Kukui street, drawn by Hon. C.
Brown's double team yestciday after
noon, ono of the horses stumbled and
broke a strap. Tho spirited animals
becanio a little frightened and began
to move rather lively. A young
nativo was driving, and managed tho
horbcs well. When opposite the resi
dence of Mr. W. C. Parke Miss
Rhodes fainted. Sho was taken in
to Mr. Pafko's and resuscitated by Dr.
Brodic, who was passing at the timo
of the accident.
MISS PRESCOTT'S READINC.
Tho rending given by Miss Ann
Prcscott at the Y. M. C. A. Hall
last evening was quite satisfactory
to the audience, which was not as
large as the real merit of the enter
tainment deserved. The Shake
spcrian selections, as well as those
from Poo, Holmes, Whittier and
other poets wero read with much
feeling and power, the lady elocu
tionist managing her voice with skill
The entertainment closed with the
recital of tho Hawaiian National
Hymn composed by the late King
Lunnlilo, and translated by the late
II. I.. Sheldon.
Miss Prescott's manner and de
livory show most careful training
and study, and as a teacher of elo
cution she has had a large expe
rience. A PRETTY PLACE.
on tiii: i'amous
Dr. J, S. McGrew is the owner of
a lot of land, containing about 180
acres, on .the northern shore of
Pearl Harbor. From GO to 70 ncrcs
of it ja marsh land, which Chjna
men, to whom it is leased, have con
verted into a flourishing rice planta
tion. Tho upper land is good soil,
as yet uncultivated. It is tho owner's
intention to have it cleared, graded,
terraced, laid out and cultivated,
and to build a country residence on
it. Ho bos lately had an artesian
well sunk, only a few rods from tho
beach, being 1 awarded with a power
ful flow of excellent water at a
depth of JJOO feet. The well is,
however, leaking badly, owing to
the borer having only piped it less
than halfway down, tho pipe ending
in earth instead of rock. It is the
doctor's intention to have tho well
piped down lo n solid basis, utid ho
has entered a suit for damages
against the wcll-borcr in tho' Su
promo Court. The pipe is 7g inch,
and tho water rises seven feet above
the surface. A delightful view is
commanded by the property Pearl
Ilnibor with a sraootli beach in
front, the Waianao mountains be
yond j tho villagu of Kwa with its
high white church to the right of
the water prospect, and mountains
near nud far in every other direc
tion. The branch of Pearl Harbor
on which this property fronts would
make a splendid, smooth and
straight, rowing course, mid, once
improved communications with the
city are effected, sis they must bo
in time, this will likely bo the re
gatta giound of Honolulu. At
present tho Kwa road has many bad
spots, which could be repaired with
out very great expense, so that tho
drive in that direction would be
made ono of the plcnsantcst out of
tho city. The writer paid n visit to
the property above described, in
company with Dr. McGrcw, yester
day behind n stylish, powerful, but
rather nervous horse, which ho is
with rare skill reducing to the charac
ter of a staid and safe roadster for
its owner, Dr. McKibbiti. The
drive in the pure mountain air was
cnjoj'able and invigorating.
TRIAL OF MICHIELS.
FOIl OPIUM IK POSSESSION.
The trial of C Michicls, pro
prietor of the store, "Louvre of
Brussels," for having opium in pos
session, was begun in the Police
Court at 11 o'clock this forenoon.
Ex-Marshal J. H. Soper, and
special ofllcers, Good and Hopkins,
gave evidence up till 12 o'clock,
when recess was taken till 1:30 r.
m. The only new matter of interest
in the ovidence referred to what was
said by defendant and his Chinese
clerk, Ahuna, at the time of the
capture. The opium, 37 tins, was
found in a valise behind the counter,
about 0 :30 on the morning of the
31st July, when the clerk and an
other Chinaman were present. Mi
chicls came along a little later, and,
expressing surprise at the situation,
interrogated the clerk rather sternly
as to v here the opium came from,
to whom it belonged, etc. Tho
search was made under a warrant
This afternoon Ahuna was put on
the stand, but his counsel, Mr
Creighton, objected to any material
question being put to him, as he was
a co-defendant in the ense, although
it had been agreed on both sides to
have trials separate.
The Court sustained the objection
on the ground that witness was on
record as a defendant in the same
case, and therefore entitled to the
protection of the Court.
Thereupon the Attorney-General
entered a nolle prosequi in the case
of Ahuna, who was then again
placed on the stand and instructed
to testify, without fear of criminat
ing himself, all he knew concerning
the charge against Michicls.
Ahuna swore to being in Michiel's
store on the afternoon of the 30th
ult.jWhenAh Choy came in and,
after talking a little about buying a
hat, began to negotiate for the pur
chase of opinm. Ahuna acted as
interpreter for Michicls to ask Ah
Choy if lie wanted to buy opium.
The sum of 8.50 a tjn was asked
first, but Michiels took off the 50
cents. Ah Choy went out and came
back agajn, but there being some cus
tomers in the store Michicls paid no
attention to him at that moment.
An appointment was made, however,
for Ah Choy to come for opium next
morning. At this stage our reporter
had to leave. Attorney-General
Dnre is conducting the prosecution,
and Messrs. Paul Neumann and
Charles Creighton the defense.
SOME NEW BUILDINGS.
Probably few peoplo imagined
that the work of rebuilding the
burnt district of April 18th would
have been so expeditious as events
aro proving. The passage of the
bill extending the fiieproof limits
over a poition of that district has
not oven been a check, for that part
is being covered almost as rapidly
as the part where wooden buildings
are allowed. At least ono new brick
building is occupied by business
tenants, and several are nearly read3'
The Cosmopolitan Saloon build
ing, southwest corner of Hotel and
Nuuanu streets, was tho first brick
building finished. It wns built by
tho Honolulu Planing Mills for
Frceth tfc Peacock. Tho contract
required completion in two months:
the building was handed over to thu
owners at tho expiration of six weeks
and a day. One-stor3', the building
contnlnn tho saloon above-named
and three stores, the latter being all
tenanted, The saloon is wainscoted
in redwood with black walnut grain
ing, and tho bar is topped with Bolid
black walnut. All openings have
swinging blinds of cedar. The
building is 7o feet by oil feet, with
ceilings 3 feel high,
Another building erected by the
Honolulu Planing Mills, one that Is
really an ornnincnt to tho business
quarter, is that built for Wideinanii
and Spencer, to bo leased to Wing
Wo Chan & Co., replacing the one
that firm was burnt out of. It is
tho thhd building from tho cornor
of King street, on thu Wuikikl side
of Nuuanu street. It has been
finished outsido for soino timo, and
tho interior is approaching readiness
for occupation. Of two stories, 40
feci front and CO feet deep, It hits
a basement 7 feet deep, the first
floor's coiling is M feet high, and
the second's, 12 feet. The first
story has an ornamented iron front,
tho second a front of pressed brick.
Four turned columns, lOtn.xlOin.,
supported on oak bolsters, form a
center bearing for the second floor,
which is reached by an ample stair
case fitted with bannisters having a
rail of nor' west pino and octagon
bnscd newel. There is a hand hoist,
with safety ratchet, from the base
ment to the upper Hat. The walls
of the building arc 17 inches thick
throughout, with ventilating shafts
inserted in tlieni, terminating above
a lire wall of three feet. Theio is
an ample supply of light, the win
dows being 3ft. 2in. x 4 feet, one
light sashes, and six windows in the
second story front alone. Tho ccllnr
is a very fine one, having ten open
ings with iron shutters, with the
height and vcnlilatiug arrangement
above-mentioned, making it dry and
keeping it free from stale odors.
The counter in tho store on tho
ground floor is the handiwork of
Chinese artisans, the chief pecu
liarity of which is fancy and elabor
ate carving on the front, the top
being of solid koa.
Iii rear of the building just de
scribed is another two-story brick
structure, 30ft.xo0ft. This is a
tenement block for the employees of
Wing Wo Chan & Co., and it is re
ceiving tho finishing touches, one
room being already occupied by
seven sleepers. There is a cook
house, 12ft.xl2ft., attached, fur
nished with a biick oven. Besides
ample doors and windows, thcie are
lateral ventilating apertures all
round the walls, covered with fancy
crating. The sanitary fixings are
excellent, the closets being furnished
with modern appliances and empty
ing into a deep cesspool through
which a never-failing stream of
The next to the Wing Wo Chan
building is that belonging to S. M.
Mngnin, to replace the one occupied
by Wing Wo Tai & Co. at the fire.
G. W. Lincoln is the com i actor, E.
B. Thomas doing the brick woik for
him. This building has a solid front,
covered witlr cement. It is the same
ground size as tho adjoining struc
ture, but a trifle lower in height,
and is a substantial structure. With
their corrugated iron roofs and fire
walls, these buildings ought to resist
a pretty lively siege of fire.
Next to the foregoing, standing
on the corner, is a narrow one-story
building pf brick to replace the
burned Anchor Saloon. Mr. Lincoln
is the builder. Other additions to
solid Honolulu will bo noted as the
work upon them advances.
FitipAY, August Gth.
Chin Pat was committed to the In
sane Asylum, on the evidence of
Dr. Webb, as insane and unsafe to
be at liberty-.
D11. Whitnky's Dental Rooms will
bo closed from Tuesday, Augiibt 10th,
until noon, September 13th. -it
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Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
rcgildcd, etc King Bros'. Art Store.
For lino Ico Cieam, Cakes and
Candies, go to the reliable Elite Ico
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel stieet. Their
Ico Cream is recognized as tho best
in town by all connoisseurs. 91
l)it. Flint's Hkaiit Kemkdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and alhO for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith fc
Co., Agents. .'151
Patiio.vizk Homo Industry by buj'
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Cryfital Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowebt jiossiblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invjtcd to
tho fact "no licont-e is required" to
boll these cigais. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel stieet.
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A NOVEL TRIBUTE TO LOYALTY.
A heatt3' and novel tribute
Io3alty was paid to Queen Victoria
b3' tho boy in one of the large
houses at Harrow, on Saturday
night or, rather, on .Sunday morn
ing. When the clock struck 12
down dropped the fortj'-two-bcs
(in garb tie unit) into tho dining
hall, and, ranged round the tables
as they stand for praycis, this im
promptu choir in chorister's dresses,
sang the national anthem with all
solemnity ; after which they march
ed hack to their beds and slept no
doubt, nil tho sounder for having
done this much honor to her most
gracious Majesty on entering tho
fiftieth year of her reign. London
THE PORTUGUESE W0RKINGMAN.
An English Consul states that the
Portuguese workingman nevor
tastes, even as luxuries, roast meat,
wiicaten bread butter, tea or coffee.
Ills bread is made from maisco or
rye Hour. His meat is invariably
converted into soup and eaten with
rice, cabbago, beans, and other
vegetables. For a beverage ho has
tho rough, red wine of tho country.
He varies this diet with dried cod
Jlsh and sardines, which latter arc
caught on tlio coast the year round
and aro almost a necessity of lifo to
all classes. Tho workinuraan dresses
1 well, but his honio is' greatly 111
need of snultatlon, though Iho mild
climate, which admits of open iloois
and windows, counteracts much of
tho harm that would otherwise
BANANAS GROWN IN SACRAMENTO."
If there has been any lingering
doubt as to the fixed semi-tropical
climate of this section of California,
let those who question the fact visit
thegroundsofS.il. Gerlsh, 1517
G street, in tliis city, and sec bana
nas there ripening and being pluck
ed for table use. This is a new
class of fruit to bu grown in the
Sacramento Valley, but there is no
doubt that tho hardy variety of
banana grown by Mr. Gcrish can be
successfully cultivated heie. A
specimen of the fruit taken fiom
Mr. Gerish's plants was sent to this
olllce yesterday. It is of good size,
and affords incontestable evidence
of tho semi-tropical nature of bur
climate and its certainty of adapta
tion to the cituis fruits, which are
much more huuly. Tho banana
plants grown by Mr. Gcrrish have
had no protection whatever during
the winter season, so-called, and
needed none. Record-Union.
HE LAUCI1S BEST WHO LAUCI! LAST.
An old colored man went into the
gallery of the New York Stock Ex
change the other day, and when tho
bulls and bears on the floor caught
sight of him thev forthwith arrang
ed an iinproinptuons performance of
the most appioved style for his es
pecial benefit. A squad of them
sang negro melodies in hilarious
tune and tunc, and one accomplish
ed broker stepped forward and did
a double shutlle that would have
been creditable to a professional on
a minstrel boards. The boys
thought the old daiky was done for,
but they changed their mind pre
sently. After the dance was finish
ed ho deliberately arose, thrust his
lingers into his vest pocket, and,
drawing forth a nickel, tossed it to
the dancer with a grin and comity
bow. The roar that broke from the
spectators shook the building, and
the would-bo f 1111113- fellows found
themselves decidedly short on the
practical joke business. S. F. Bul
letin. TO SAIL FIFTY MILES AN HOUR.
The Spanish Government have
contracted with Messrs. Yanov&
Co. for the construction of two torpedo-boats
capable of obtaining 11
speed of twenty-live knots an hour.
But there is every probability this
speed will soon be greatty exceeded;
and in a paper which has just been
read befoio ono of the engineering
societies of London, it lias been
shown 13' C. Hurst of the Engineer
ing College at Chiswick, how a
speed of loitj- knots 111113' without
difficulty ho attained. It lias been
conclusive' shown that, in vessels
of tho same form but of different
sizes, the icsistaiicu varies as the
cubical capacity at speeds not
identical, but vaiying as the square
root of the increase of lineal dimen
sion. Thus, sa3's Mr. Iluist, if wo
take a firbt-ola&s toincdo-boat. 110
feet long, lo .feet bioad, 0 feet 3
inches draught of water, '2iA tons
displacement, t70-horic-powor, and
12f knots speed, we can from tho
performance of such 11 vessel de
termine what tho peiformanco will
bo of a vessel of tho same form but
Iaigcr ever3f wav If wo take tho
larger vessel as four times tho linear
dimensions of tho smaller, and of
tho baino proportionate power, tho
displacement will bo 11,800 tons, and
tho power will bo !i0,0S0 horses.
Tho speed will bo '1IJJ knots per
hour. Kcckoning the weight of
muohiucry atbi.l3' pounds per Horse
power, as in Tliornycruft's engines,
tho draught of water duo to such
weight will be 50 feet, and if wo
tuko tho weight of hull as equal to
the weight of machinery, the draught
of water, with water in tho boilers,
but without coals or stores on board,
will bo 11 feet 8 inches. If wo take
tho consumption of coals at two
pounds nor 'horse-power per hour,
tho total consumption per hour will
bo 20.8 tons; and if tho speed be
ISfr knots, or 10.1 statute miles, a
voyage of 3,000 statuto miles will
bo accomplished in 00.7 hours with
1,020,-U- tons of coal.'fiH Mull
THE PRESIDENT'S WEALTH.
Tho editor of tho.S unday Capital
says: A Western paper thinks tho
President must lmvo had his wed
ding money made to order like his
clothes, because tho correspondents
report him as having given Dr.
Sunderland "a crisp now 8100 nolo
as a wedding fee and as having
tossed a crisp new $.r) noto" into the
contribution box when ho went to
church at Oakland. Tho President
of tho United States always uses
new nioiioy. lie never gets any old
notes, except in chnngo when mak
ing purchases. Ills salary is paid
him 111 monthly installments
$1,100.00, on tho last day of each
month and tho Tieasurer always
makes it a point to send him notes
of thu latest Issue.
Mr. Cleveland, as his predeces
sors have done, keeps a private
bank account witli Higgs & Co. and
makes a deposit the lit st of every
mouth, reserving enough fiom his
salary to pay current expenses and
setting a good examplo by putting
the rest aside for a rainy day. I am
told that his account has shown a
balanco as latgo as S!ltri,000, as he
hns an income nsldo from his oliicial
salar3. While ho has never been a
mone3' getter and has earned in his
profession all ho has ever made, Mr.
Cleveland litis tin economical dlpO
silion and no luxurious tastes like
his Immediate predecessor. Before
he entered public life, when ho was
making $10,000 to $15,000 a yar
bj' his practico and could have lived
like a lord, his expenses, I'm told,
were never more than $2,500 a 3'car
and he enjoyed life as much as most
do. His frugal habits wercacquired
in 3'outh, for ho was not born with a
golden or silver spoon in his mouth
and he has found his pleasure in
The President's Buffalo friends
estimate that he was worth from
$G0,000 to $75,000 when he was
elected, and hns alrcad3' increased
that amount conslderabby by profit
able investments and by tho surplus
of his salary. Although he has not
stinted himself in nny wa3f at the
AVhitc House, but has lived gener
ous', he would have found it diffi
cult to spend $50,000 a 3'car, with
out what would be to him profligate
extravagance. Now that he is mar
ried his household expenses will be
largely increased, as he will natur
ally entertain more and extend his
hospitality. A state dinner seldom
costs less than $500, although there
is no expenditure for music or
The published reports of the will
of Mrs. Cleveland's grandfather
gives her a legacy of SG.00O, which
is invested in Western bonds and
city property in Omaha. S. F.
TWO nice comfortable Cottages on
Lililiu btreet, near School, each at
$12 per month. Enquire al
M. S. GMNBAUM & CO.,
682w Queen street.
Largo BAY HORSE
ensy riding, and bro
ken to lmrncas. Suit-
. able for Express or
U5-lw P. J. LOWUEY.
TEACHEIt OF BANJO.
For terniB, enquire at
74 'm1 WKST, DOW & CO.. Fort St.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tie Paclllc Transfer Go.
Ofllco with C. K. Miller,
42 Merchant Street,
Bell Tol., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I am full' prepared to do all kindsof
drayage, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantee to execute faith
fully. 62 ly S. F. GRAHAM. Prop'r.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Havn just Received, by the
" FUKST BISMARCK, "
ITull AHHortiiKsut oi
Beers, Wines aid Liprs,
St. Pauli Beer.
A Splendid Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Filter Presses and Filter Press Cloth,
Sugar and Coal Rags, all sizes;
Hemp Twine, Gnlviinizcd Fence Wire,
with Fish Plate?, BoltB and Spikes,
Portland Cement, full weight,
Roofing Slates, Havana Cigars,
A number of the much-favored
Willi a largo quantity of tho most popu.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
Also, Swedish Matches, Crockery,
'Jl tf I Etc.. Etc.
s 00 100
Haw'n Oarrtngo Manf'glCo.,
E. O. Hull & Son,
Intcr.Ifdaml S. N. Co.,
llaw'n Agricultural Co.,
C. Drawer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Ct.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Drokei.
3S MiTolmnt Street. Inl ly
Since cbtiiblUhiug our Mission in this
city, w lmvo frequently been solicited
to proeuio larger and more convenient
quarters for worbhlp and; Ublo class,
quite a nuinhor expressing themselves
as willing to contribute toward the
necessary oipeiiKo. Wu have now se.
cured thu building 011 Fort street, for.
murly used as a gymnasium, thus Incur
ring quite a debt; besides, somochanges
aro necessary. Thereforo we would say
to nil who would esteem it a privilege to
aid us In tho matter, that they can con
fer with Mr. N. F. Uurgess, or with the
undersigned. L. A. SCOTT,
71 lm A. LA RUB.
Mrs. llobbtml'B School,
-f iU 1IEHF.TAN1A STREET, will open
1 011 MONDAY NEXT, August 2nd.
Burnt On but Not Dead i
Ryan's BortiliiBi Slop
Is now adjoining the rear of
AS complaints have lenclied me of
late from some of my customers
that they enn purchase Hawaiian. miulc
Soap cheaper than I have teen selling
It, I beg to state that I have always
transacted my business in a fair and
straightforward way, charging tlicsamo
price to nil alike, and selling nt a
moderate rntc; and nt tho same time I
would inform my customers and tho
public that from and after this date my
price will be $7 per 100 lbs.
T. V. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works. Lcleo, Hono
lulu, J nuuiilsL fit)
Wo should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement of the stomach, but, if
neglected, It in time involves the wholo
frame, embracing the kidnevs, liver,
pancreas, and In fact the entire gland,
ular system; and the atlllclcd drags out
a miserable- existence until denth gives
relief from suffering. The disease is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if the render will ask himself tho
following questions lie will be able to
determine whether lie lihnelf is one of
the atllletcd: Have I distress, pnin, or
ditllculty in hreatlilng after eating? Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
diow'sincs? Have the eyes a jellow
tinge? Hoes a thick, sticky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth In tho
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
able taste? Is the tongue coated y Is
there pain in the sides and back? Is
there a fullness about the right side ai
if the liver weie enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising Mai
denly fiom an horizontal position? Are
the hccrelions from the kidneys highly
coloured, with a doposlt after standing?
Does food feiment soon after eating,
accompanied by llauilenec or belching
of gas from the stomach? Is there fre
quent palpitation of tho heart? These
various symptoms may not be present nt
one time, but they torment the sullercr
in turn 119 the dreadful disease pio
gresscs. If the case be one of long
standing, there will be a dry, hacking
cough, nitcnucil alter a time uy expec.
toration. In very advanced stages tho
skin assumes a dirty brownUh appenr.
mice, and the hands and feet are cove-red
by a cold sticky perspirntion. As Iho
liver and kidneys become more and
more diseased, rheumatic pains appear,
and the U3iial treatment proves entirely
unavailing against the latter agonising
disorder. , The origin of this malady is
indigestion or dyspepsia, and a smalt
quantity of the "proper medicine will
remoc the disease if taken in its incip
iency. It is most important that tho
disease should lie promptly and properly
treated in its first sUiges, wiien a littlo
medicine will effect a cure, and uvea
when it has obtained a stioug hold tho
correct remedy should ho persevered la
until every vestige of the disease i3
eradicated, until the appetite has return,
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The surest nud
most eti'cctual remedy for this digress
ing complaint U "Seigel's Curativo
Syrup," a vegetable preparat'on sold by
all chemists and mdicinc vendors
thcoughout the world, and by the pro
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, London,
K. C. This Syrvp strikes at the very
foundation of the disease, ond drives it.
I loot and branch, out of thesysteni. Ask
your chemist for Seigel's Curativo
"East-street Mills, Cambridge-hcath,
"London, E. C, July 21th. 188a
"Sir, It gives nic great pleasure to bo
ablu to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curativo agent.
I had suffered for some length of timo
from n severe form of indigestion, and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. I had tiled nil
possible means to get relief, by seeking
the best medical advice. I had sw allow
ed sufficient of their stud" to tloat a man-of-war,
so to speak, hut nil to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scena
in thu midst of my sufferings, brought
with liiui a bottle of your Scigel Syrup;
he ndvibtd me to try it, stating he felt
contldent it would benefit me. Being
weary of trysng so many drugs, I con
demned it before ti In, thinking it could
not possibly "Jo me any good, hut ultl.
mately dutermincd to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work,
ed B'icl) a change in 1110 that I continued
taking It for nearly two months, and I
then felt thoroughly cured, fori havo
discontinued its use for live weeks, uud
feel in tho best of health, and can par
take any kind of food with case and
comfort. I 11m therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restored to
tho state of health 1 now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. FonsTEii.
"To M. A. .1. AVhitc."
Those who uru in tho , "Asthma
Furnace" should loso no timo in obtain.
Ing relief by the uso of "The Rosinx
weed Tar ilixtuiej" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all tho
directions "to tho letter."
Poor Asthma bullcrers, who nro
strangers to "tired Nnturo's sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should mske uso
of "Tho Rosinweed Tur Mixture." Quiet
refreshing bleep will follow its use
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chia
wick, "February nth. 1882.
"Messrs. Wnlto and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It is with ureat pleas
ore that I add my testimony to tho
wonderful effects of Seigel's Syrup. For
years I nad been suffering from bilious
attacks, which begun with giddiness;
then a mist would como before my eyes,
so that 1 should not be able to iccogulso
nny ono or anything at the distance of a
yard or two from my faeo. Tins would
bo followed by excessive trembling of
mv knees, 1.0 that I could not stand
without support; after which 11 severe
headache would occur, lusting often two
or th ico dags. I huvo tried various
1 ciucdlci for these distressing symptoms,
but until I tried Seigel's Syrup I had 110
relief. Since then 1 have hud excellent
health In every respect, and If ever I
feel a headache coming on I take ono
dose of the Syrup, which arrests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo tho
menus of inducing others (who suffer as
I used) to try tho Syrup, as I feel sura
they will receive speedy benefit uuu
ultimately bo cured, I beg to rcmaluK
Bclgel's Operating Pills prevent ll
effects from excass in eating or drink?
ing, A good dosn at bed-time renders,
a person lit for buslndss in the morning..
It you have Asthma usek 'The Rosluwoecl
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