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SATURDAY, SEPT. 25. 1880.
B B Aliitncdn from tlio Colonies en i onto
for San Frauui&co
Stmr Llkellke fiom Kahttlul
Stmr Mokollt from Molokni
Solir Mol Wnhlue from Koholnlclo
Bk Kdusud May for Hongkong
Bgtuo Consuelo for S.iu FraneUco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellke for Kitliului
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Sehr Mol Wahlnc for Koliolnlele
From Kuhului and by-poit, per stmr
Llkellke, Sept -S AV O Khodcs, the
Misses Hnininu, Mrs Kahoopal, Miss
McSliane, Mrs O M Walton, Masters T
und AV Armstrong, .T Oooiiey, Fathers
Tames and Sylvester, Kev J A Crnzan
and wife. Mrs Young Hee, .) Obcd, wife
mid ehlldion, 1 Joiiaiiuii, Mrs G AV
Ashley, J Dower, It Chinese, and "i
tleek." , ...
For Honolulu, fiom the Colonies per
S S Alameda, Sept 25 Mrs .Tames,
Misses K and S.Tanus, Mr and Mrs .1
Smith and child, Mr Young mid 1
For San Francisco, per bgtno Oou
suelo, Sept 25 Mr Turnbiill.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Japanese man-of-war Tsukuba, Fukus-
Bk Isle of Erin, .Tas Inkstcr
AmbkKdward May, Johnson
Bgtne Consuelo, Cousins
Bktuc Planter, Pcriiman
Am yacht Bi-unliildc, Phelps
31k Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Atalanta, 1) O Klllmau
Ship Amana, Beckct
Stmr Geo W Elder, from San Fran
cisco, duo here Sept 2Jrd.
American baik Sarauae, from New
Yoik, sailodJuly 13th, due hero Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Ger bark Pacific. Oltman, fiom Bre
men, due Sept 20-'.!0, to Sehaefer & Co.
Brit U.irK ii u arson, uoiu .Kier
pool, hailed June 'Jib, due here Octobei
20th-Xov 1st, to Sehaefer & Co.
Brit bark Iionerag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th. due lieie October 23rd
Nov 1st. to Davlea As Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
' sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Haw bk Thomas R. Foster, P AV
Bugg, from New castle, X S W, due
Nov 15, to Brewer & Co.
Am bktne Eureka, from San Fran
cisco, due here Oct 1st, to Hackfeld &
Brit bark Glengaber, Itollcston, from
Xlverpool, clue lieic, Jan 15-31, to
JJavies & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec 15th, to
-Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Caibarieu, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am schooner "W S Bowne, Paul, from
San Francisco, due here Oct 1-8, to
Sehaefer & Co.
Am bark Martha, Fisher, froni Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lore Jan 15-30,
to Sehaefer & Co.
Am bktne Ella, Rust, from Sim Fran
cisco, due heie Sept 25th, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penliallow, from Port
Townsend, due here Oct 15th, to Lowers
Am steam schooner Surprise, from
San Francisco, duo heie Sept 20-25 to
At Kalihi, September 25, 1880, to the
wife of Mr. William B. Bice, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mubh; nt the Bkating rink to-night.
Mn. M. M. Saunders is now pro
prietor of the White House.
. . i
Our report of the reception Thurs
day night is repioduced in this issue,
i by request.
Mn. E. K. Miles, with four in hand,
.drove a party of Colonial tourists to
tho Pali Uiia afternoon. .
A' 1'HunNoi.oaibT arrived by tlio
Alameda this morning, but no
Cavana'oh'k Club House dinning
room, over Meller's Ice Cream
Saloon, will bo opened this evening.
Tub. G. A. 11. veterans' annual
Camp Firo celebration begins in
llurmony Hall this evening at 1 :30
Mn. G. V. Grillin, United States
Consul at Sydney, is a thiough pas
bengcr by tho S. S. Alumeda, on leave
Tin: bark Edwaid May sails this
afternoon for Hongkong with 195
Chincso passengers (179 men 0 women
and 10 childion).
Mn, Jules Tavernior is ntllilo, Ha
waii, making a panorama of tho cra
ter of Kilauea and its surroundings,
within a uidiiiB of nine miles.
Tin: S. S, Alameda arrived from
New Zealand about 10 o'clock this
morning, and will bail for San Fran
cisco at 0 this evening.
ii n" '
Cai'TAIK Roberts, who airived here
ycstoiilav evening as commander of
the .Surprise, brings letters of intio
duction tofceveral piouiinont citizens.
. ..... m '
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
play on tile wharf at tho dopaituro
of tho steanibhip Alameda, in honor
of His Excellency II. A. P. Cniter at
Mn. Lewis J, Levey's auction sale
of oil paintings, ftirnit'iiio.&c. belong
ing to tho bankrupt estute of J. W.
McLaugJilin, Punchbowl street, has
been postponed to Monday Oct. 'lth,
The Koyal Mail S. S. Marnron,
lionco on tho night of "tio 28th
ultimo, arrived nt San Francisco on
tho -1th instant, 18 days from Auck
land N. 55.
Tin: Bov. J. A. Cruzan nnd Mrs.
Crtiznn have returned from their
vacation which they spent pleasantly
at Oliniln and other points of interest
on the planil of Maui.
Tun quaiterly exhibitions of the
Sunday Schools nililiatcd with tho
Kauniukapili mid Kawniiihao
Churches, will be held in tho respec
tive church buildings to-moriou,
beginning at 10 o'clock A. M.
Yimtkkday morning thu water rose
rapidly in Kulihistrcnin, and in its
downward course, did considerable
damage. Fence rails, sheds, bniiana
plants "nil whole vegetable gardens
were washed awuy.
Tnnitu is it hcarcity of (nicks for
building purposes in this city. Mr.
E. B. Thomas has u few thousands
to keep him going, but his brother
buildeis are unforlunatcly ntu stand
still. Delay in the discharging of
sugar at San Francisco is said to be
the cause of the brick famine.
Mn. J. Brewer, Air. J. J. Aubertin,
Row T. Ii. G. Peck Mr. H. A. P.
Culler, Mr. AV.m. Plluger and family,
Miss Mnggio Kruger, Mr. J. M. Alex
ander and family, Rev. R. Leckler
and wife, J. M. Lidgate, Mrs. Arm
strong and infant, T. J. King, Mrs.
L. J, Levey, and M. E. Marshall are
booked to leave by the Alameda to
day for San Francisco.
A TOKErToF ESTEEM.
The presentation to Honorable
II. A. 1 Carter by the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce, referred to
by Hon. C. E. Bishop at the recep
tion given by Mr. 1'. C. Jones, will
consist of a silver tea and coffee
service, and a largo silver salver.
The amount to be expended in
these presents is about $1,000.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
L. Robeits, San Francisco; Capt.
J. Roberts, S. S. Surprise ; D. O.
Killman, San Francisco; Mrs. W.
Young, Fresno, Cal. ; G. B. Gofford
and wife, San Francisco ; Misses A.
and E. Anthony, San Francisco;
John Meyer, Melbourne, Mr. and
Mrs. Kingliton, London; C. W.
THE BETHEL CHURCH LOT,
Divided into four building lots, was
sold by Mr. J. Lyons at noon to
day. Tho purchasers were :
Lot I. T. Akce $ 2,550
Lot II. Estate S. C. Damon .... 3,800
I'll HI. T. Akec :.... 2,100
Lot IV. S. M. Damon 2,050
Yesterday, while a Chinaman was
transacting business at the banking
house of Bishop & Co., a counterfeit
five dollar gold piece was found
among tho Celestial's money. The
spin ions coin was not affected in the
least by the testing acid at Bishop &
Co.'s, but on close examination, it
was discovered' that the counterfeit
was one-third thicker and it weighed
18 grains less than the genuine five
dollar gold piece. The die was per
rect except the number which was a
little blurred and it was only eight
LOST MAILS FOUND.
Two bags of newspapers, perio
dicals, and packages, which should
have been here months ago, arrived
by the Alameda to-day. They were
put on the steamer at San Francisco
in due time, but were not landed at
the port of Honolulu. They went
on to Sydney, and were taken from
there to London. From London they
were returned to Sydney again, and
from there came hero as above
slated. This accounts for tho miss
ing of papers and periodicals, that
has been a cause of complaint by
several people in the community.
Fiuoav, September 24th.
Ah Wo, was adjudged an insane
person. Dr. Webb testified that if
was unsafe that he bo at liberty, and
that he was a fit subject for tlie In
One case of drunkenness. For
feited bail of 80.
Hookaumalia entered a plea of
not guilty, fo a charge of assault
and battery. Remnnded to 27th
Ah Young and Ah Sing were
charged with having opium unlaw
fully in possession. Ah Young fined
$50 and sentenced to imprisonment
at hard labor for 20 days. Costs
$3. Nolle prosequi entered in the
case of Ah Sing.
Lee On, Young Sung, Wan Nee
and Tiii Hee came up on remand on
a charge of assault and battery and
were discharged. Chung Hook, Alii
and Ah Fat, on the same charge,
were remanded for judgment until
Wan Nee and Yung Sung were
brought up on remand, charged with
assault and battery on Ah Fat. Mr.
Avery for defendants. Plea of not
After a lengthy trial tho defend
ants were remanded for judgment
until 27th instant.
Baroness James de Rothschild,
mother of Alplionsc Rothschild and
Gustavo Rothschild, died of old age,
at her residence in Avenue de Lorig
champs, Paris, aged 83 years.
A mysterious and fatal epidemic,
which the physicians are uuable to
diagnose, has broken out in Parrots
ville, Cockrell, county, N. Z.
Twenty-seven deaths have occurred
in three days.
The S. S. Surprise arrived yester
day, 15 days from San Francisco
bringing dates to the 9lh instant.
Tho following is a condensed sum
mary of the latest news by her:
There appears to bo extraordinaiy
confusion of affairs in Eastern
Europe. Prince Alexander has
abdicated, and the Ottoman Govern
ment has received no information
whatever of this movement.
The "Neve Frele Presse" says:
Many troops are being shipped to
Odessa, ostensibly for tho Crimea,
but really, it is believed, in readi
ness for action in Bulgaiia.
In accordance with the advice
given by two friendly Powers,
Turkey is making military prepara
tions on the Asiatic frontier.
If Austria is obliged to light Rus
sia, she will have to light alone,
whilst Germany, it is said, would
rather renounco the Austrian alli
ance than go to war with Russia.
The Bulgarian complication is the
most impoitant matter now befoic
Europe, and is exciting increasing
intcicst with every day of uncertain
ty. Prince Alexander's abdication
of the tin one is having a very dc
picssing effect en the European
Stock Exchange, and the gravest rc
poits arc universally feared. A se
rious continental war would not sur
prise any one. There is much in
the behavior of Russia to indicate
that this is her political object.
Among the rumors which have been
set afloat to account for the Prince's
unexpected decision to abdicate, it
is staled that in a long interview
with the Russian Consul at Lem
borg the Consul persuaded Prince
Alexander that by submitting abso
lutely to the plans of Russia, he
could be restored completely to the
Czai 's favor.
St. Petersburg advices stated that
military measures have suddenly
been oideied that point unquestion
ably to a decision to make a ficsh
attempt lo secure a Russian outlet
on the Mediterranean. The feeling
in military c'ucles in favor of a
campaign of conquest in European
Tuikcy is spreading with amazing
Piivate telegrams from Sophia
s'.ale that a battle took place at Ra-
domir, Eastern Rouiuclia, between
regiments loyal to Prince Alexander
and regiments siding Avith the revo
lutionists, and that the latter were
defeated with heavy losses.
.Prince Alexander lefuses to speak
with anyone ; he is physicolly pros
trated, and has not slept for fifteen
Prince Bismaick recommended the
abdication of Prince Alexander in
order to save Bulgaria.
It is believed in Vienna that the
abdicntion w'll not deter Russia from
attempting to occupy Bulgaria, a
proceeding which Austria cannot
The news of the abdication caused
the utmost indignation against Rus
sia nmonx German army ollicers.
In the United Stales the recent
earthquake has caused changes in
the topography of the country. Re
ports from Sumnerville state that
further slight shocks have occurred
there. The colored preachers argued
that the convulsions were a direct
manifestation of the anger of the
Si'pi-cme Being with the people who
live in the particular locality, and
even some of the while preachers
were not above hinting at the same
idea. Another sharp shock was felt
in Cbai lesion and other southern
cit'es. A largo ruin was thrown to
the ground with a crash, a white
woman beinj k'lled by the falling
wa'l. The panic created was mar
velous, but the people quickly re
coveied self-possession. Business
is to be resumed at once in C'harlcs
on. A tiain, at the time of the earth
quake, when about a mile south of
Jcdbuig, encountered a terrible ex
perience. It was freighted with
hundreds of excursionists reluming
from the mountains. They were
laughing and talking, when, all of
a sudden, the train appeared to
have left the track and was going up,
up, up into the air. This was the
lislng wave. Suddenly it descended,
and as it rapidly fell it was Hung
first violently over to the cast, the
he ,ds of tho cars apparently leaning
over at an angle of less than forty
live decrees. Then the train righted
and was hurled, as with a roar of
aitillerv. over to tho west, and
finally subsided to the track and
took a plunge downward, evidently
a descending wave.
THE INTERNATIONAL YACHT RACE.'
The Boston sloop-yacht May
flower has won the first race of the
international series, against a
powerful antagonist, the British
cutter Galatea. The contest was
eminently fair, and the cutter has
shown herself a better yacht than
the Genesta in a light breeze.
Shortly beforo 11 a. ji. the two
crafts took up their positions, both
carrying the same sail mainsail
club, topsail jib and foresail stay.
The blllclal time for the start was:
Galatea, 105C:11; Mayflower,
10:5(5:12. Captain Bradford shot
the Galatea into windward, while
Captain Stone steered the May
flower. The breeze was fieshening
every moment, and when the May
flower tacked to port shohudFoit
Lafayette under her leo quarter,
while tho Galatea was yet under
Fort Wadsworth. Tim Hrst turning
point was buoy 8A, and from thenco
to tho outer muik, Sandy Hook
lightship, the contest was extremely
pretty, Tho ollleial time of ti'-nlng
wns: Mayflower, 2:85:02; Galatea,
2:44:80. The homeward run was
accomplished right gallantly by both
contestants, and the finish is des
cribed as the giandesl marine spec
tacle ever seen in New York bay.
The winner passed the buoy at
8:84, followed by the cutter at
By the S. S. Alameda we have a
further supply of telegraphic news,
fiom which wo clip the following:
The death is announced, September
10th, of Mr. Samuel Morley, the
well-known politician, aged 77.
Roman Catholic Catukdiiai..
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at 4:30
Y. M. C. A. Younjr Men's Bible
Class In tho pailor at 0:45 a. m.. con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gospel
praise service at (S:U0 r. at. Come and
bring a friend.
BETJir.i, Union Conuiikoation.
Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor. Services at
ihc Lyceum, uuami avenue, at 11 a.
st. and 7:!I0 i si. Subject at the morn
ing service: "Profanity." Union sei"'
vice in the evening, at which the Fort
street Church eongiegatlon will join.
Subject: "Three niguts in a whale."
Sunday school at 0:45 a. si.
FOllT-STltKKT CllUllCH. ReV. J. A.
Cruan, pastor. Meeting for Blblo
study at ft) :45 a.m. Pastor Ciwan will
supply the pulpit In the morning.
Theme: "The simplicity of the Gospel?'
There will also be a llvc-mlnute ser
mon to the chlldicu. Theiewlllbe no
service tu tho ovenlug, the congregation
uniting with the Bethel at the Lyceum.
Chincsi: Cnuiicii. Fort street, near
comer Ucrctatiia. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School,
0:30 a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 l'. M. Preaching 11
A. si. and 7:30 v. si. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0:30 i. si.
St. Andkkw's Cathkimiu,. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, at
0:30 a. si.; Morning prayer, with ser
mon, nt !) :30 a. si. Kvensong with cate
chetical address by the Bishop of Hono
lulu at (! i. si. All seaN arc free.
Second Congregation. Rev. George
AVtiUaeo, A. Si., pator elect. Morn
ing Prayer with sermon, 11:15 a. si.;
evening prayer, with seimon, 7:30 l. si.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. si. in the
Punahou Picpaiatoiv School building.
Seats fiee at all sen Ices.
C. J. Fisiim. is belling 20 ynids of
good prints for $1. 38
Aiitists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 30 (it.
I'UIlE, IlICH AND ONIA"
g0- FRESH ICE CREAM jg
BVKIIY DAY AT
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery & Ice Cream Rooms. 27
Hit. Flint's Heaiit Rkmedy is a
Spccitic for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Dihoabes of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agentb. 31
Patuonizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where he is prepared to fill all
orders at thu lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigurH. Do not forget the
nanio J. W. Ilingley, nor tho place
Crvstal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Geo. W. DkLono Post, No. 45, )
Dei'aiitsi't or Camfounia, G.A.R.,
Honolulu, Supusl, 1683. )
Tho Annual Camp Fire of this Post
Is postponed until t-ATUKDAY 1,VKN
ING.Scpt. 20th, 180.
R. W. LAINB, P. C.
J. F. Norn E, Adjutant. B7tf
MUSIC I ESSONS.
MISS MA DEL RIIOD S, pupil of
Profctor Kcbsler, Is desirous of
giving instruction in Music. Apply at
the Coitagc, 100 Nuuanu Avenui, or ad.
ilniHH Po Office- Box 1-8. ilOlw
H. Hackfeld & Co.
H vc juit ro :t ivo 1 a few more
Choice Property lor Sale.
LOT COHNEK OF FOUT AND
Snhool Hn'oiH, belonging lo Mr.
M. LouUsoii. Enquire at I lie olllcu of
M.S.GIUNUA.UM & CO.,
2S I in Queen Streets.
K.O. Hull & Sou,
O. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
luter.Ialaml S. N. Co.,
I,. A. THURSTON 'Slock
38 Merchant Street.
j-ili-! $!$ -
We are Fighting Opposition!
Great Slaughter in Laces !
S. COHN & CO.,
G:j and C5 Fort Street.
No connection with any corner, we are just below.
DSP Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION" will
have one day in this month, -where we will give Goods
away, NO PAY. 27
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT !
Willi a Fine Assortment of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Which wc will sell at the following
Boys' Suits from - SJ5.00 upwards.
Youths' " - - - - 4.00 "
Mens' " " - 0.00 '
Our Furnishing Goods are all Guaranteed, are as Fine in Quality, and as Cheap
iu Price as any legitimate hnu-c can afford lo sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New I Eemember tho Prices are low, and eur Goods
Wo cannot aflord to give trash away lo draw customers but will sell you some
thing which will give satisfaction and make you call again at
ECAft AND GO'S,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles ami Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a htuall imolec of the finest hnnd.mtde,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in the
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
III AS HKOE1VKD, FEU AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked llulibut, Hams, Bacon, Hlock Cndllt-h, Kits and tins Sal.
mon Hollies, kegs lluttor Cala Cheese, kegs l'icklcs, kogs Fig Fork, Table Hal.
bins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Bplced Beef, Boned Chicken, Lun h Tougue, Chip
ped Beef, cases Oysters, Sardine, HeaFoiim Crackers, Flour, llran, Wheat, OAt,
white Castile Skup, Craiiiilutcd Sugar, Culm Sugar, Fowdered Sugar, Gcrmcu,
Breakfast Genii, Choice Teas, French Feus, etc. AIm,
" Good Night " and Palaco Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest market
uttrH mid Satisfaction Guaranteed.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 JTovt Htroot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per steamer Austinliu Keg Holland Hirrings, kegs Family Corned
Ucuf, kegs Family Comul I'oik, Kegs Fumilj buurkiaiil, ke(.s Mixed l'icklis,
kegs Cryfalnl Drip-, I.Hi Eitr.i Choice Salmon Deities, kit Extra Choice
Mtiukeic'l, fiesh Smnliiil Halibut, ficsh Smoked Salmon, fash Hiu'okcd San.
nn ye, fiexh SiunLcd Beef, w hilinker Starr Hums, llm Dupeu Ilauit, Jacob
Do'ii's Huthilo llftuis, Cih Dried Fii;s, black nud while; Cain Cheese, Oreo-i
C renin Checte, hiss C!iece, Bui. Sigo Lheese, l'imt Apple Cheesu mid Etlnm
Clieeto, ii It, I loek ; Siiow While Cntlllrh, Ciclly Lemons, fresh Fears, Bed
Cabbugu . I'tf" rarticnlar iitlcntlon Is called lo u nice ast.ortu.cnl of tho fain,
mix II dine!, & CiiiiII'h llls'mils, (Iridium Wafer, Oaken Flukes, Sea Foam
Wafeis, .Mtdgett-, Oil gi I Wafers and Water. Tlicio biscuits, and a full line
of Caiiuid Uiioil., and uruln, nl.-o fieh Apples in hoxes, in quantities to suit,
at lowest innrkel juici. JSctt Cala I'olatoes and Onions in lino condition, 17
(Formcil) with Samuel Nott).
Import !i nncl Deulor In
STOVES. CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OIlOCKKIlY, GLASSWAllK, HOUBK FUKNIBUIKU HAHDWAUE,
AGATK I HON AND TINWAHB.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, .- - - Fort Street.
(3jr Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Sprcckcls & Co.'g Uank.a
t i-ititHs'Jrri JJ&-umtLsmd i.s$it -HzM.,
OF FASHION !
FINEST LINES OF
VAUUIU 1 ULUlUlllUp. VAVVUUJ
tST F. O. Box Ji72;
P. O. Box 207.
Health is Wealth !
Dr. E. C. WtsTs Nrnn and nnjus Tkiat
KXNT, a guaranteed pf clfio for listeria, DIzzU
nMi. Conjralilons. P iu, Nerrou Neuralgia,
Headache, Morrous Prostration, caused by tliouto
or aloohol or tobacco, Wakcfalneu. Mental De
pression, Hottenlnn of tho llraln, reaultine in in
anitr and leaUinit to ralsorr, decay and deaUit
l'roinatare Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of Fou-nr
In oiUicr eer . Inrolnntary Lomwh and Hpprmator
rheco, oaoaed byoTor-exertionof tlio brain, self,
abuso, or oTCr-lndulftonoo. Each box containo
one month's treatment. S1.00 a box, or six boxes
for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid on rccoipt of pri.
tVB UUARAXTEE 8IX BOXEH
To euro any case. WithoachorderroceiTcdbyus
for six boxes, accompanied with (5.00, wo will
end the purchaser our written guarantee to ro
tund the money if the treatment doos not effect
a euro. Guarantees issued only by
iio:l.Ij1st:eii. Jt co.
TOC will pr llu sbT rmrd ItfUf rtM f LItot CempUlat
Drip. p. U, Uk ltnluk., UlltWkm, CraulrU e CoUrwra,
tuuituwUhTVriVir'MIjT.rrilU,'hi Um lrw
tfcusn lltklly uaplM wllh. TUj.n Mnly TerUM,u4
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IOIIN O. WEST A CO, 111 A IU W. lUrai BU. ClMfX
Ins Mi) susf U mU fnfii co nalpi .f 1 cut ua
HolllHter As Co..
ISO (im Wholesale nnd Kctnll Agents.
MM S. I. CO.,
Tlie Jr3etet Ifc&ate
to the World Kcnowncd
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and ftauiich
Steamer W. C. Hall
Lews ' onolnhi nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY. October nth.
The steamer i'iisc alone- the entlio
roast of 'he leeuurd side of ll:iwnll,af.
fording tnuriMs n paiioiamn of ehaiin.
inp; cuiK'r, ai.tl will slop at Kenlnl-e.
kna Bay. whcie sufllcici.t time is allow
ed to visit the louumt'iil of Captain
TourNlB by ibis route reach l'unaluu
nt 5 o'clock on the day after leaiug
Honolulu, being only one nigh' m the
vessel, making ihc entire initage in
tmooth aler. At Funaluu there is Ihc
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom lliere touristH -nil! be conveyed
by railroad to Fahalu. thence by stage
coach lo llulf.wuy Houe, where horses
and guides will be in attendnnco to con.
vey them lo the Vob-uno.
Tourists will have two nie;ht and oua
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHKY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort sin et, or at tlio office of the; 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. ;1T0 Gin
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Mouth,
28 DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
Having recuied thu Servlie-i o
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Fishplates, Bolts & SpilcBS.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Is now adjolnii g Uiu rear of
Chun. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
ton Line of Packets.
TX. ShlliliuiS will lilenvu liikn nn.
lice that a ilrst.cluss rcstel
will be iu the berth loading
for this poit In Noviuiber. to
sail December It-t. Otders should leax
hero by Mi ami r of October 11 to hatt
Another 111 t-t-cluss vessel will sail for
this port on or about tho ltt duy of
Mnrcli. 1S87, of which fuitlur notice
rrill be given.
For partlciilars, nnplv to
C. HUEWEU"& CO., AReuta.
nonoliilii, Aiir. S4, 18Hfl. II
Store for Rent, nnd Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Stoie now pccupled
by the LADIES' HAZAAM, 88 Fort
troet, and all thu Fixtures, Ghs Caw,
&c, for enlc. For fuithcr imrtlcuUt.
enquire oa the FiemUce, 410