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Tie Great far of
FIRST OF SEPTEMBER.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RL0R1VE1), THE FINEST LINES OF
Cnstom-made Glotliiiif, Gents" Furuisliiiif Goods,
II ATS, CAPS, ETC, BTC.
Latest Stylos and Novelties in Neck-ware.
Also, by repented niul .pctial itcpuM, n Minll invoice of ihe lnu-vt lntud.mnde,
Obtainable in tho
A Large aud L'lpgaut block of .lliwi mill C'hildien'a Spring Heel Shoes of all
Mi Al-o, a Splendid Stock of
Cents' and Boys'
i hafltifflS D n Willi IP
& JffBiSSJf lOtf Fort Street, J ft jfi
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
LMl'OUTEHS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER EORT AND KING STREETS.
whPni.900d.B y-;ceVuII,,yL'vrri' I!ucUot from tlio Eastern States and Europe
!,J?nSliWl I'',"cu,,y wy Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
A SW1 -UrcJ lD""ypn'tot the city free of charge. Islanil orders poll!
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post OiUce Box 145. Telephone No. 93. 108 ly
P. O. Hox 297.
LEWIS k CO., GROCERS,
111 XVi -
Importers & DeaSers in Staple & Fancy, Groceries.
New Goods fuiiiliiuull on the vwiy. Just i. ceived ICees Saner' Kraut kiio-a Hm
land Herring, hegsTiipe, Up fiul,an I'ickleskej s Mlied AokfS kit
Salmon Bellies, kiln .Miuikcic . heirs Kuinllv Pork kCi fSK' vl
U.cakfast- -White Oats, Genuea; I'Aa i, Oe ., and Seeded qz Also ,
The cm v'' bm of H?VX D Bl' TTr'iT'1, ''r ,lCHN ' ' 'l' &
j Jio vci ncfct til inLArv I) JU'I 1LR, plenty for everybody,
280 I'l'ii'CN low iiikI NulislnHioii miiihiivhI.
(Eormoily wilii Samuel NotO.
Impoi'tui niul JDuulcir in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, OLABSWAKE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
CerBtorooiincrly occupied by S. NO'JT, opposite Spreckcls &. CVa Bank. -
Open on the
U:j ami 05 l'orl Street.
Boots and Shoes.
Wo should Blot Out Dlsoaso
in Its Early Stages.
Tho discaso commends with n slight
derangement of the stomach, hut, if
neglected, It in time involves tho whole
Iiamc, einbinoing the kldnejs, .llvor,
pancicas mid in f.irttlic emtio gland
ular system; ntiil the nlllictcd drags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief from suffering. The disease Is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but If the reader will ask himself the
following tphstloiis he will be able to
determine whether he hlmsilf Is one of
the nfllietcd: Uo I distress, pain, or
dllUeulty in breathing after entluc Is
there n dull, hray feeling, nltcnded by
droslnc-r llnu the eyes a jellow
tinge? Does n thick, "-tleky nuicoii
gutliet about the gums and teeth in the
momliigt, aceoinp.tnled by a disagree,
nble taste? Is the tongue coated? Is
there pain in the hides ami b.iek? Is
there a fullnc-s about the tight side ns
If tho lier weiu enlniglng? Is there
cttigo oi" di zr.lii ess when rising sud
denly fiom mi horizontal position? Arc
the secretions from the ktdnet highly
eoloured, with a deposit after Mainline?
Does food ferment soon alter eating,
aecompinied by flatulence or belching
of gns f i out the stomach? Is there fie.
quent pulpltatinu of the heart? These
ariou sunptonis may not be present at
one time, but the torment the sufterer
in turn as the d'le.ulful disease pro.
greases. If the case be one of long
standing, theie will be a diy, hacking
cough, attended alter a time by e.pec
toiation. In ciy advanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty brownish appear,
mice, and the hands and feet are covered
by a cold sticky perspiiatiou. As the
liver and kidneys laconic more and
more diseased, iheumutic pains appear,
and the usual treatment proves entirely
unavailing against the litter ngoni-lng
disorder. The origin of this nmlndy is
indigestion oi dyspip-li, and a small
quantity of the 'pioptr medicine will
iimove tho disease it taken in Its ineip
iency. It Is innt impoitiint that the
disease should be promptly and properly
treated in its lir-t st ise, when a little
medicine will ellect a" cine, and even
when It has obtnimd a stiong hold the
correct remedy should be persevered hi
until every vestige of tho disease is
eradicated, until the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The surest and
most clltctual remedy for this distress
ing complaint lis "Scigel's Curativo
S.vrnp," a vegetable preparation sold by
ail chemists and mdiciuc vendors
theoughout the world, and by the p:o
priotoi, A.J. White, Limited, London,
K. C. This Svivp sti ikes nt the very
foundation ot the disease, and drives it,
loot and branch, out of the stem. Ask
jour chemist, lor Seigef's Curative
"East-street Mills, CambridgeJieath,
"London, E. C, July 24th. 1882
"Sir, It gives me great pleasure to be
able to .uld my testimony in favour of
iour valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
I had Fullered "for some length of time
from a seveie form of indigestien, and
the long train of digit csslng sjmptoms
following that disease. I had trial nil
posBible me ins to get iclicl, by seeking
the best medical adv ice. I had swallow,
ed sulllcient of their stull'to ilo.it a num.
of-war, so to speak, but nil to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on tho scene
in tho midst of my sulleiings, brought
with him a bottle of v our Scigcl Syrup;
he advised me to tiy it, slating ho felt
confident it -would bcuetlt me. Ueing
weary of liysng so many drugs, I con.
demned it bclorc tiial, thinking it could
not poisibly Jo mo any jjood, but ulti
mately determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it 'work,
ed s'ich n change in methnt I continued
taking it ior nearly two months, and I
then lelt thoioughly cured, ioi I have
discontinued it ue"foi live weeks, and
leel in the be-l ol health, and can par.
take any kind ot food witli ease and
comfort. 1 am thcretoie thankful to
jou that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am rcstoied to
the state of health I now enjoy. Yours
trulj . W. S. Fpiis.rj.il.
"To Mr. A. J. White"
Those who me. in the "Asthma
Fur n.ico" should lose no lime in obtain,
ing relief by the use ot "Tho Hosing,
weed Tar Mi.'ftuie;" hut do not use the
medicine unless you -will follow all the
(liiections "to thu'lcttci."
Poor Asthma sullerers, who aro
stiangers to "tired Nature's sweet
icstoicr, balmy sleep," should innko use
of "The Rojinweed Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use
"Wateiloo House, London Stile, Chis
"February 17th, 1882.
"Mcssis. Wnito ami Co., London.
"Gentlenien, It is with irieat pleas,
uro that I add my testimony to the
wondeiful effects of'Seigel's Sjiup. For
J ears I nad been suffei ing from bilious
attacks, winch began with giddiness ;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that I should not bo able to leeognlsc
any oue or anything at the distance of u
vai d or tw o fi om my face. This w ould
he followed by excessive tieinbllng of
my knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after -which a severe
headache woud occur, lasting often two
or Unco dags. I have tiled various
lemedies for theno distressing- symptoms,
hut until I tiled Seigcl's Syrup 1 had no
relief. Since then 1 have'lind excellent
health in every iepect, and if ever I
feel a headache coming on I take one
doso of the Sjiup, which m rests It.
Iloplug that this testimonial maybe the
meuns of Inducing othein (who suffer us
I used) to try the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive speedy benefit and
ultimately lm cured, I lieg toiemain,
"A. II. Hoivro.s-."
SolgelN Opcintlng Pills pievcnt 111
effects fiom excoss In eating or drink
ing. A good (loe at bed-tiiuo lenders
a person lit for buslndss In the morning.
if i on hav o Asthma ue 'The Roslnvv eed
Will bo open every aiteinooii ami even-
ing as follows:
aiuiuluy, TiieHitay, Wcilnemlay niul
To ihf pul lie in general,
''UIUAY XiV HNlMaH,
For ladles and gentlemen,
For Indies, gentleiueii and children.
J.issoiitt in Fancy Skating,
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Mauagor.
r- rlTrr -iT- r j--,-
$;& piiii num.
MONDAY, AUGUST 2tl, 188G.
The llrst session of the Korty
nintli Congress, which entled August
fith, began on Jlontlny, December
7th, 1885, and covered n period of
seven months mid twenty-eight days,
or 211 days, exclusive of Sundays.
Of this time, the Senate was in ses
sion KM days, and tho House 18fl
days. During that time there wore in
troduced into tlm two Houses in, 202
measures, of which 10.0M wine
House- bills and 214 Houso joint
resolutions mid 2,801 bills and 8!1
joint resolutions of the Senate.
Pleasures proposed for enactment
into laws exceeded in number by
2,.MH thoso introduced at tho llrt
session of the I'orl.i eighth Con
gress, which set for s'eveii mouths,
or lli.i days of actual working time.
They covered all sorts of subjects
from the payment of u laboter at the
Capitol for extra sorviees to the com
plex question of tariff legislation
with respect to National llnance.
Of the entire number compara
tively few weie of what may be
termed of national impoitanec. Tlie
The greater number were measures
of a private nature or of meicly local
importance, such as relief ami pen
sion bills, bills for the erection of
public buildings, for bridging rivers,
for granting right of way to tail
roads through military or Indian
leseryations, lor removal of political
disabilities, for changing judicial dis
tricts, for establishing new Land
Oflices, for changing mimes or loca
tion or increasing capital btocks of
National banks, for printing public
documents, etc., etc. A very small
percentage of the whole number of
bills introduced, of cither a geucia!
or private nature, became laws, a
comparatively small number suc
ceeded in getting through the com
mittees to which they were referred
and touching the calendar of their
respective Houses, some secured
passage in the House in which they
originated, but failed of action iii
the other branch, and a very large
number still remain uneonsideietl
by the committees to which they
The total number of measifres that
passed both Houses was 1,101, be
ing 241 Senate bills and 8G0 bills
which originated in the House. Of
thib total, 80G became laws, with
the President's approval; 181 be
came laws by limitation, the Presi
dent failing to either approve or dis
approve them within ten days after
presentation to him; llh erc
vetoed, and one failed by reason of
adjournment, with action by the
New laws, 740 were House meas
ures and 241 Senate measures.
Laws that became bticli by limitation
were, with two exceptions, private
pensions and relief bills. The ex
ceptions were a bill to authorize the
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf
Railway to construct a railroad
through the Indian Nation, and that
to retire Lieutenant Randnll. Of
the measures vetoed by tho Presi
dent, 3(5 were Senate bills and 77
bills of the House. Tw cnty-eight
of the Senate bills vetoed were pri
vate pension bills; three were for
the erection of public buildings (at
Dayton, Ohio; Sioux City, Iowa,
and Zancsvillc, Ohio). One was to
grant to. juilroads tho right of way
through tho Indian reservation in
northern Montuna; one to make
Springfield, Mass., a port of de
livery; one to provide that the
bodies of paupers, , criminals and
strangers, dying within the District
of Columbia, 'unojnimcfl within a
specified time after death, shall be
turned over to medical colleges, and
one to quiet titles to sottleis on Des
Moines river lands, and one to pro
vide for the construction bridge over
Lake Champlain. Of the House
bills disapproved by the President,
7-1 were private pension bills, and
three weru.for the erection of public
buildings. Tho proposed public
buildings were for Ashcville, N. C. ;
Duluth, Minn., aud Springfield, Mo.
The numbor of measures vetoed
during the session was four more
than have been vetoed fiom the
foundation of the Government to the
beginning of the session just closed.
While nearly all of the vetoed bills
of the Senate were reported buck
from the commlttpps wth rpcpmr
mendations that they pass, notwith
standing tho President's objection,
and while similar action was taken
on some, of the Ilotibo bills, only
one, that giauting a pension to
Jacob Uomipr, was passed by the
two Houses over tho veto.
The Des Moines River bill passed
the Senate over the veto, but fulled
to receive the requisite two-thirds
vote in the House. Tho motion to
puss bills to grant a pension to Mary
Anderson and Andrew ,T. AVjspn
over the Piesldent's veto woro de
feated in tho Ilous. The consider
ation of other veto messages lias
been postponed until next session.
Measures of importance that have
been enacted into laws (his session,
in addition to Consular Appropria
tion bills nip as follows; Pjcsideit:
tlal succession bill, to provide for
the study of tho nature and offeet
of alcoholic drinks and narcotics,
to remove the charge of desertion
against soldiers who reinlisted with
out haying received a discharge
from the regiment in which they had
previously served, tp legalize the
incorporation of National Trados
Unions, to give tho receiver of
National Banks power to buy in any
property of tho bank sold, under
foreclosure when necessary to pro
tect his tutst ; to regulate promo
tion of graduates of the United
States Military Academy ; to per
mit owneis of United S'latcs mer
chant vessels, and of any pioperty
on board thereof, to sun the United
States for damages by collision
arising fiom the mismanagement of
nny Government vessel; accepting
the Grant medals and trophies; to
provide that surved land granting to
railroads a terminus with completed
portions of such roads niul its organ
ized counties shall not bo exempt
from local taxation on account of
the lien of the United States upon
them for the costs of surveying,
selection or conveying. Ualso
makes provision Tor selling such
lauds on refusal or neglect of the
companies to pay Hie costs of
The Oleomargarine bill ; bill for
the incicasu of the navy; to piovide
that homestead settlers within rail
toad limits icstrietcd to less than
Uiti acres, shall be entitled to have
their additional entries patented
without any further proof of settle
ment and cultivation; to reduce tho
construction and building for the
accommodation of the Congressional
library; providing that after July
1, 1880,no fees shall bo charged
to Ameiican vessels for measure
ment of tonnage, issuing licenses
granting certificate of registry, etc.,
and amending laws relative io suip
pingand discharging crews : liability
oi owners, licensing vessels, etc.';
to forfeit lands granted to the At
lantic and Pacific Railroad Com
pany ami restore the same to settle
ment; to increase to 812 a month
pensions of widows and dependent
relatives of deceased soldiers and
sailors; declaring forfeited certain
land grants made to the State of
Mississippi, Alabamaand Louisiana ;
to amend Section 1,3.11 of the re
vised Statutes, so as to require
brewers commencing business to
give bond in a sum equal to three
times the amount of tax which they
will be liable to pay during any one
month, and to execute a new bond
whenever required; directing the
Secretary ol Tieasury to deliver to
proper claimants or owners silver
ware, jewelry,, etc., captured by tho
United States Army during the late
war. Alta Cala. '
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT COUNKI5 OF FORT AND
School Sirens, belonging to Mr. M.
1-ouissou. Euquiiu at the oillcu of
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
85 lm Queen streets.
Any person desirous of pro.
tjMKMgH curing a pleasant homp can
Mr., .KM fin sn tiv nnnliini. Inilm ....
deisigned. 'I his house and lot is situ
uted on Fort street, next to the Gymna.
shim Ruilding. The grounds are plant
ed with many rare trees and plants.
0. K. MILLER'S
"1 'm Business Agency.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
42 Merchant St., Honolnlp.
My mort faiihlul atten Ion will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu lor mo residents of the
73 1 several Islntuls o( lij jrront. I"l
That very deniable Cottage
on Kb on siei. property of
Mr. J. F. Siul h. and adioin.
ing ttio icsideiK i- of W. R. Castle, Esq.
One of thomnsi -uitiilleb usesiniown
foi two single genilrnuii i r small fam.
ily. Everything in lip.t.ip order Am
plo accommodations fn two horses aud
caniages, etc. Kent veiv low to the
light parties. App'y ui bo Hawaiian
Carriage Mh.hu f'g i'o'm (111"'. 405 1m
Having refined tli Services of
G-eo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are prepaud to execute all
House oi 85ig,:n.
HONOLULU PLANING Mil LS.
The White House,
No. HH ?Jmuini issti-t'ui,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Teiins Benson,
able; Flrst-uluss At coinmoitatlniis.
MHK. .1. V1KRRA, Fioprictress.
D BRIBING to close out our Ship
Chandlery and Commission Dual.
ness, wit shall sell m R1DLCKD
I'RIUnSaud will close out om nitlro
Stock, good.vvil! and lease of pieisLcs,
at a full- valuation, to u re-iionsible
party. A. YV. l,BICK& CO.
S (iimpl n'r lrivn roiohril me of
. lute i in urn oi iiiv i iwioiiii'ih
that they can puiehusu lluwaiiuu.made
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
it, 1 beg to state Hint I have always
transacted my business in u fair and
straightforward way, charging the same
prlco to all alike, and selling at a
modcrute rate; and at the same time I
would Inform my customers ami Jhe
public that from and after this date my
prlco will ho $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, Juno 2lU ot)
Must be Sold below Cost
Within the Next SO Days !
to secure Bargains In
Trimmed and TTntrimmcd Hats and Bonnets, Feathers,
Plumes, Flowors, Volvots, Ribbons, Plush, Ornaments '
and other Millinery Goods,
1 1011 what I say, cow ai See for Yourselves !
in,.!?"118, K,nT- SK1DMORE, Manager of the Millinery Department will
..--- w ,
MRS, j, LYONS, Proprietor.
in i'" iiBiSI i
W A bmall Lot, to Close Consiutiment.
JM1H lines of
JsTe-v Goods y
Just received, ex Lapwing, a large consignment of
Genuine German Cologne,
Prcpored by Johann Maria Farina,
Geieiler iei Jicos-Plalz Colope, Germany.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street. -
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Real Estate Agent,
. I- .PAS0?. . .
Great Burhugton Railroad Agent
Blacksmith Work; S Carriajro Buildino-.
79 & 8i an
JEntvaiiceH ironx KiiiR- and Merchant Sis.
Every description of work in the above lines performed in a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
i Bell Telephone, 107. -53n (327
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut. Hams, Bacon, Block Codfish, Kits and tins Sal.
mon Hellies, kegs Butter. Cala Cheese, kegs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Table Rai
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Beef, Boned Chicken, Luni h Tongues, Chip,
peel Ueef, crises Oysters, Sardine", Sea Foam Crackers Flour, Bran, Wheal, Oats,
White at-tilo Soap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Germea
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. AUo,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest mnrkot rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed. C2T P. O. Box 873:
342J Telephone 110, f
JOHN NOTT, Io.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns, '
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
M3 SHEET IRON WORK.
Cheap, lu any Quantity.
m HU6TAQE & ROBERTSON, flm
88 Fori Street
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
TVovelties; in JL.anip Goods,
Anew Invoice of Lanterns, Kerosene oil of the verv
Best Quality, Stoves Ranges and Tinware.
ITIRJE-PKOOIT SHINGLE PAIISTT,
Recommended by Fne Underwriters of San Francisco,
otu , etc. An actual Protection against Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
Haidware, Agricultural Implements, etc.
- - Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Life Insurance Acent 4
inn i.. .-
ck isr " "
ly) j Bell Telephone, 107.
8 - Kaahumaiiu Street
Banjo and Guitar
12. T. A.iplely,
A Thorough Teacher.
tST" For terms, apply to
400 lm WEST, DOW & CO,