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TUESDAY, SEPT. 28. 188G.
GcruiMi built Pacific from llrcmen
Schr Ku An Hon from Kauai
Schr Alary Koster from Kauai
Schr Nettle Merrill fioin Wnlnmii!
Japanese niuu-of-war for Japan
Amcilcan yaelit Krimhildo for South
Stmr G It BWhop for llnmnkita at 4 i M.
Stmr Ktiiiiu for Windward Poits
Stmr Iwulanl from Kaunl
VESSELS YeaVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lehun for Wludwurd Ports, nt
Steam schooner Sui prise for Walaime
Schr Walmalu for Lnupahochoe, llo-
iiomu, Papaikou and ililo
Sclir Kmma for Kauai
The Forest Queen will sail for San
Francisco about Satitiday next.
The Isle of Erin Is discharging coal
at the 1.1.6. X. Co."s wharf.
The German bark Paellle Is docked at
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Wilmington, Hughes
Ilk Isle of Kiln, .7 a lnkstcr
Ilk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Atalanta, D O Kllliiian
Bk Elsluore, Junks
Bktne Planter, I'cniinan
Ship Annum, Bcukct
Ger bark Paellle, Oltman
American bark Sarauau, from Xcw
York, stiilcdJidy lltth, due here Nov. 18
:10, to Castle & Cooko.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Oth, due here Oetobci
liGth-Xov 1st, to Schacfer & Co.
Brit bark lionerag, balled from Liver
pool, June rth, due hero October iilrd
Nov 1st, to Davies & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & f "o.
Hnw bk Thomas It. Foster, F W
Itugg, from Newcastle, X S W, duo
Nov 15, to Brewer & Co.
Am bktne Eureka, from San Fran
cisco, due here Oct 1st, to Ilackfcld &
Brit bark Glengabcr, ltollcston, from
Liverpool, due hcie, .Tun 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakcly, due here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am-bark Calbarien, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukouo, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am schooner W S Bowne, Paul, from
San Francisco, due here Oct 1-8, to
Schaefer& Co. .
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lere Jan 15-30,
to Schacfer & Co.
Am bktne Ella, Rust, from San Fran
cisco, due here Sept 25th, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Pcnliallow, from Port
Townsend, duo here Oct 15th, to Lowers
By the Itev. Geo. AVallace Melville
Leslie, of Kentucky, to Salllc K. Wood
second daughter of Judge John S.
Wood, of Tucson, A. T.
Tu Cleveland, Ohio, on the. 29th
August, 1880 Hon. It. P. Spuuldiiig
in the 89th year of his age.
At Kilauea, Kauai, on the 25th Sep
tember, 188C P. A. De La Xux.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The rains of last week did con
siderable dumngo to rico crops ut
The Oceanic Company's steamship
Wilmington will sail at noon on
Saturday, October 2nd, for San Fran
cisco. . .
Mn. 11. A. Mactio Jr., sailed this
afternoon for Kauai perS. S. Iwalani,
taking with him 10 Portuguese
The auction sale of immigrant
stores per ship Annum, by Mr. Lewis
J. Levey this morning, amounted to
Tun Itev. E. C. Oggel and Mrs.
Oggel will "receive their friends at
their residence on Nuiiunu Avenue,
Tin: clock in the tower of Aliioloni
Halo stopped on Sunday lust. Con
it bo, that it is tired, weary of record
ing tho tinio for the Legislature?
Thk olectric gear in connection
with Lucas' clock has been put in
order. Our gastronomist is desirous
that the electnc gear in connection
with somo of the Itestauraut kitchens
lie put in order.
It is said that when the steamer
Waiuleulu is flighted, on her return
from Ocean Island, Lucas will blow
mx whistles, and that Col. Eoyd will
bo given a reception by tho members
of Engine Co. No, 4.
At about 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon tho Japanese niau-of-wur steam
ed to sea. She steered southward,
and was almost out of sight when
sho put about for Waikiki. Arriving
there at dusk, she ciuno to an anchor.
Thu Portuguese laborers which
went to Maui on tho schooner
Oainito, lust ovoning, wore apportion
ed as follows; Haiku Plantation, 37
inoii, 32 women, and 07 children;
Pain Plantation ; 30 men, 32 women,
and 60 children.
Oun contemporaries predict the
return of tho 8. S, Waialcalo to-day
or to-morrow. . Not to, according to
our marine nionliet, Next Saturday
or Sunday will piobably bo about the 1
time to signal tho return ot the ex
Tut: military organization bill and
tho bill for lelief of residents of
Mukiki, passed tho legislature, this
A NO.MiiKii of Portuguese immi
grants will lie shipped to Kilauea and
Nawiliwili plantations, by tho steamer
Iwalani, this afternoon.
Tin: schooner Mary Fostoi, while
entering the harbor this nfteiuoon,
went agiound in the passage. The
steamer C. It. Bishop towed her off.
Tin: Itoyal Hawaiian Band gavo a
lamplight conceit, in tho absence of
tho moon, last night, at Emma
Square Music and audience as usual
l'i:oi'u: complain of several holes
in the i-idowulk, on Fort sticct,iii
front of the Custom House, and just
this bide of Lima's mill. Air. Faga
roos came near breaking his leg in
one of them this afternoon.
To-Mouitow morning at 11 o'clock,
Mr. Lewis J. Lovey will sell at public
auction thu fittings of the Honolulu
Gymnasium. Also the property of
the Eclipse Boat Club; conipiising
lease of land, boat hov.be, boats, etc.
In these sultry days, it is gratifying
in tlie.exlienie, to know that someone
in the community looks after the
public welfare. At Xolte's Beaver
Saloon are to be found Fresh Fiozcn
Eastern Oysters. These delectables
possess magical qualities, and per
sons of weakly constitution should
"sail in" and do their share in making
room for a fresh lot next Saturday.
Mit. Alexander Durrani!; F. It. M.
S., London, England, arrived by the
S. S. Wilmington, and purposes stay
ing here for a short time.
Mn. Don Gedge, formerly with
Messrs. G. W. Muefarlane fc Co., is
now at Yallejo, California, and is in
good health and spirits.
SHUT OFF! II
From C o'clock to-morrow morning
until 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
Watuu will be shut off at Makiki.
Mr. J. P. Bowcn, talking about
billiards, said, "I will play anybody
in town at discount, except Morris
and Saylor. I will give Morris 200
points in 700 for S100 or- more, at
any time, and will allows him to
choose his game (3 or 4 balls). 1
will play Saylor even for $100 or
more, at any time and game."
Captain Phelps of the yacht Brun
hilde, and his companion, Mr. T. II.
Ilillard, were the guests of His Ex
cellency George W. Merrill, United
States Minister Resident, at dinner
at the Hawaiian Hotel, last evening.
The whole affair passed off pleas
antly and,nn enjoyable evening was
spent by all.
DEPARTURE OF THE BRUNHILDE.
Tin: American yacht Brunhildo,
which arrived here Sept. 10th, from
California, sailed for South America,
via Hilo, this morning. Captain
Phelps and his friend Mr. Ilillard,
have spent about 17 days on this
coral strand. They leave behind and
carry with them pleasant remem
brance of pleasant times. They have
been feasted and entertained by the
people of Honolulu, who in return
have been regaled in princely stylo
on board the Eruuhildc. The Cap
tain and his friend have taken with
them curios, pictures, and files of
newspapers, and a favorable impres
sion of Hawaii nei. Bon voyage.
The steam schooner Surprise was
built at North Beach, San Francisco,
by C. G. White, and was launched
on October 18, 1881. The Surprise
is built of pine. She is 114 feet
over all, 32 feet beam, 8 feet G
inches depth of hold, and 120 tons
measurement. Her steam power by
itself in G knots per hour, and with
steam and sail she can travel at the
rate of 10 knots an hour. She has
large deck room, with steam wind
lass and other contrivances for hand
ling freight quickly. Her masts are
each 90 feet long, and arc fine
The Surprise will sail to-morrow
morning, between the hours of 8
and 9 o'clock, on a trial trip to Wai
manalo stone Quarry, & Waianac. Re
presentatives of tho 1'acillc iNaviga
tion'Co. (contemplated purchasers),
and of the press, besides a number
of gentlemen mid lady friends of
the captain, will constitute the party.
Lunch will be served on hoard the
vessel, and Cnptain Roberts will
do his best to make the excursion
THE OPIUM DILL.
INTnODUClUUlV HON. J. K. KAUNAMANO.
An Act to regulate the importa
tion nnd sale of Opium in this King
dom, lie it Enacted by the King
and the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands in the Legislature
of tho Kingdom Assembled.
Section 1. The Minister of tho
Interior is hereby authorized to
grant to an' one applying therefor
a license to import and sell opium or
nny preparation of opium in the
city of Honolulu not however to ex
ceed two licenses upon the said Min
ister of tho Interior receiving for
each license the sum of forty thou
sand dollars. Provided, however,
that if there shall by more than two
applicants that tho said licenses
shall be sold at public auction after
notico of such ealo shall have been
published in two or more newspapers
published in Honolulu in the Ha
waiian and English languages for
not less than three weeks. Such
auction sale shall he held nt the
Government House in Honolulu, and
shall he sold by the Minister of the
Interior or by one of his clerks on
his order, beginning at an upset
price of forty thousand dollars for
Section 2. Before the licenses
provided for in this act arc issued
the person or persons who have ob
tained them shall make anil execute
and deliver to the Minister of the
Interior u good and stiflleient bond
in the penal sum of ten thousand
dollars with not less than one good
surety to be approved by the Minis
ter; Conditioned that the party or
parties who have obtained the license
will not sell give' or furnish any
opium or preparation of opium to
any native Hawaiian who lias not
received a certilluatc from some
physician stating that opium is the
proper remedy for the disease from
which the bearer is suffering. And
that the rules and regulations con
tained in the license will not be
Section 3. Each person receiving
a license shall keep in books of re
cord to bo furnished him by the Min
ister of the Interior a record of the
names of all persona to whom such
licensee has sold any opium,
with the date of such sale
and the quantity sold. Such
books of record shall be kept in
the English language and shall be
open to inspection at any time to
any member of the police force and
the Minister of the Interior. The
person holding a license shall give
to each person purchasing opium a
receipt stating the date of such pur
chase and the quantity of opium
Section i. Every person not hav
ing a license who shall have posses
sion of any opium contrary to the
provisions of section 8 of this act ;
or who shall sell or furnish any
opium or prcparatijii of opium to
any person or persons contrary to
law, shall upon conviction thereof
be fined in a sum of not less than
two hundred dollars nor more than
five hundred dollars and be impri
soned at hard labor for any term
not more than two years.
Section 5. The person or persons
who may have obtained a license
under this act are hereby autho
rized to import opium or prepara
tions of opium through the Custom
House paying a duty upon the same
of fifty per cent.
Section 0. Any person or persons
who may have obtained a license
who shall violate anj' of the pro
visions of this act shall have their
license cancelled, and the penalty
of the bond provided for this act
enforced, and if the court shall
think proper, bo imprisoned at haul
labor for a term not longer than two
years, and pay a fine of not more
than five hundred dt liars.
Section 7. The Minister of tho
Interior shall have authority to
make rules and regulations for the
proper regulation of the sale of
opium or its preparations under this
Section 8. Jurisdiction is hereby
given to all District and Police Jus
tices to hear and determine all cases
arising under this act.
Section 9. All laws and parts of
laws in conflict with the provisions
of this act shall be and the same are
Section 10. This act shall take
effect and become law from and
after the date of its approval.
FOREIGN NEWS ITEM.
New York, Sept. 1-1. Edward
Hanlan, oarsman, will sail either to
day or Saturdaj' for England to try
ami make a match with Bench. lie
arrived here yesterday.
OFF FOU THK AKCTIC.
Colonel Gilder nnd his companion,
Griffith, started for the North pole.
They will take the steamer Princess
at Selkirk, and proceed to Norway
House, and from that point they
will ascend the Nelson river and
proceed to York factory. The out
fit which tho Colonel takes with him
weighs a ton and a half, and consists
of hard tack, peminican and other
food, guns, rifles, revolvers and am
munition, scientific instruments, a
hand-organ, baubles for the natives,
etc. He also takes two sledges six
teen feet long and four feet wide.
After leaving York factory, Colonel
Gilder will take as little as possible
wituhim, becauso of tho dilliculty of
carrying it. He relies for sustenance
mostly on game secured along his
A Woman's Suflcrings and
A. "Voice l'roiii A.iHtrlu.
Near the village of Zillingdnrf, In
Lower Austria, lives Maria Unas, an In
telligent and Industrious woman, whobu
story of jihyslcul sutluring mid llnal re
lief, as relnted by herself, is of interest
to English women. " I was employed,"
she bays, " in the work of a lnrge farm
house. Over-work brought on sick
hcudache, followed by a deathly faint,
ing nnd sickucbs of thu btomach, until I
wa uuablu to retain either food or
drink. I was crnipellcd to take to my
bed for bevcral weeks. Getting a llttlu
better from rest'aml iiiui, I bought ti
do BOine work, but was boon taken with
a pain in my side, which in a llttlu
whllo bcemcd to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every II nib.
This nub followed by u coug'h nnd
shortness of breuth, until llnally 1 could
not sew, nnd 1 took to my bui for tho
second, nail, as 1 thought, for the hist
time. My fi lends lotil v tluil my time
hud nearly come, ur.il fir I cm'ld not
live longer miiiii wlnn th-Miut i on
their given iiioiuoic. Tin n 1 im, p li
ed to get one of llie ulgel nmilinK
I read It, mid my dent mother tiougln
mo a liotllu of bclgiTs Syrup, blcli 1
took einclly acconling u dlicctions,
nnd I hud not taken tint whole ol It be.
fore I felt u great change I'm llie hotter
My lust llluej-s liogiin June ,1682, anil
continued to Auu.ut !Hh, nhrii 1 began
to take llie iiyrup, Very soon 1 could
do u little light work, llie cough lift
me, mid 1 was no more tumbled in
h ciithini;. Now I mn perteeily cuietl.
And oli, Iimv hnppy I mn I I cannot ex.
picas giiillludo iimmgli for Selgel's
Syiup. Now I hum tell you Unit the
dneto b lu our dlsliiet disltilmlcd liiiml.
bills cuui'onlng people nguliiht the
medicine, telling llii'iu it would do them
no good, and many wcie thereby intlu.
enccd to t'csiioy lite Select pamphlets;
but now. whenever one is to be found, it
la kepi 'Ike n idle. The fe pieserved
niu bor.owed lo send, imd I have lent
mine for six miles mound our district.
People inive come eighteen miles to get
mo to buy tin- meilii'Tiio for them, know,
lug thai Homed me, and to be sure to
gel the light kind. I known woman
who was looking like death, nnd who
told them theie win- no help for her,
that bliu hud consulted seveial doctors,
but none ei-ultl help hut. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, ami wiote the name
down for Iter thai she mlht make no
miMuku. She took my advice ami thu
Syrup, and now she Is tu perfect health,
and the people mound us aro atnnzeil.
The medicine bus made such procress
in our lielghbmhnod thai people buy
they don't want the doctor nny more,
liutihcy lake the Syrup. Suft'eteis from
gout who wcie confined to their bed and
could baldly movo a linger, have been
cuicd bv it. Theio is a gill in our dis.
diet wlio caught a cold by going
through home water, and was in bed live
years wllh costivcncbi and rheumatic
pain, and had to ltnvo an ullcndnut to
watch by her. Thi'io was not a doctor
lu the sutiouiiiling dUtiicts to whom
her mother hud not applied to relieve
her child, but eveiy one mossed them.
selves and sit id they could not help her.
Whenever the Utile bell uing which is
rung in our place when, bomcbo.ly is
dead, we though! suicly it was for her,
but Seigel's byutp and Pills baved Her
life, ami now bhe Is us heidlliy as any.
body, goes lo chinch, and cm work
even in the field". Everybody was as.
tonibl'cd when Ihcy saw Iter out, know
ing how uinuy yea is site hud tieeu in
bed. To-day hhuoUds her gratitude lo
mine for God's nieicius ami Seigel's
Syiup. Makia Haas."
The people of England tpenk confirm,
ing the above.
A.fteia Slimy Ycnm.
" Whiltlc-lu.Wuods, near Cnorlcy,
"December 20. 183!.
" Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, nil Unit iry
it speuk highly in its favor. We bad a
case of n young lady that hud Wen tum
bled many yeais with pains after eating.
She tells us that the pains were entirely
taken away after a few
doses of vour
medic'nifi. Yours truly,
.A-fter Several Yours.
"Stoke Ferry, January Oth. 18SI.
"Ginllemen, I have used Siegel's
Syrup for several years, and huvo found
it n most elllcaclous remidy for Liver
complninli and gc.ier.il debility, and I
always keep some by me, and cannot
bpeak too highly in its praise I re
main, yours truly, Harriet. King."
IDU'eotH ilui-ve loeix
"Won rt erf ul .
";Ilford Hoad Dispensary, Ihikinlield,
May 3, 1834.
" Dear Sir, I urn happy to inform
you tlmtlho sale of yourSyrup und Pills
increases here continually. Several of
my customers speak of having deilvcd
more benellt fioin the use of these than
f i oin any other medicine. In some in.
stances the etlects have been wonderful.
Yoms very respectfully,
It wly Pno. Edwin EAhTwooo, J.B."
C. J. Fisiinr. is belling 20 yards of
good prints for $1. 118
PiGTUitE Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King liros'. Art Store.
West, Dow & Co. huvo received
ex Bteamer Wilmington, Ash Ued
room Sets, .School Bags, Harmonicas,
Itustic Frames, Guitar ami Banjo
Strings, Music Books and Sheet
Music. 42 3t.
Mn. CluiM. J. Fisbol wishes uh to
announce that ho has received this
day by tho steamer Wilmington a
very largo stock of new goods ordered
expressly for November 10th, for the
celebration of the King's birthday.
Tho latest styles of Millinery, tho
largest und best selected stock of
Millinery ever shown in this city.
New Embroideries Laces llouncing
in ecru, creain-white. All thu above
goods will be for inspection in a few
days. -12 3t
1'UItE, HIC1I AND ONbY
FRESH ICE CREAM
KVKItY DAY AT
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery & Ice Cieain Rooms. 27
Dit. Flint's Hi:aut Kumeuy is a
Specific for all forum of Heart 1)1h
eupo and iiIho for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circulation. Desoriptivu book
with every bottle. Reason Smith &
Co., AgentH. 354
Patiios'izi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigarn of .1. W. llingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Woiks, whoro ho is propuied to fill all
orders at thu lowest possible whole
sale piiceH. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attontion
of doalern is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell those cigars. Do not forget tho
nunio J, W. llingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
What everybody nei'dn at the pre
heat hot spoil in hoinething cool and
refreshing. There in nothing like
the Hiiperior liandinado Ice Creainu,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served ut tho
Elite Ice Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street, Keep our fancy cakes and
cuiidiois in mind, They can't be bent,
We are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost I
Great Slaughter in Laces!
S. COHN & CO.,
( and 05 Fort Street. .
No connection with any corner, wo are just below.
O3 Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, Avhere wo will give Goods
away, NO PAY.
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT !
Willi a Fine Assortment of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Which wo will sell at the following
Boys' Suits from - - - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' 4.00 "
Mens' " - 0.00 '
pur Furnishing Goods are all Guaranteed, nre as Pine in Quality, and as Cheap
In Price as any legitimate homo can aflbnl to sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices are low, and eur Goods
We cannot nflord to give traMi away lo draw customers but will sell you some
thing which will give sitisfactiou and make you call again ut
EGAN AND COS,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE
Latest Stylos and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a Hindi invoice of the finest bund-made,
MostD urable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in the
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort anil Alaltea Streets,
II S RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Hilibitt, Hams, lincon, Block Codfish, Kile nnd tins Sal.
nion llellles, kegh tlutler. Ciihv Cheese, kegs Pickles, kes Pig I'o'k, Table Hal
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Reef, Boned Chlcki u, Lum h Tonguei-, Chip
ped licef, ciisch Oysters, Sin dine, Sea Foam Crackers, flour, Bran, Wheat, Outi',
White fust'ilu 8oap, Oi anointed Sugar, Cube Sugni, Powdered Sugar, Germcu,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Tens, French Pens, etc. AUo,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
markcl rales nnd Sntisfnciion Guaranteed.
LEWIS & 00., GROCERS,
lit JToi-L H treat,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
JiiBt to haiiil, per Men i lie i- Australia
Reef, kegs Family
kciiH Crvbtnl Drh
.Miickeiel, fiu.-di Smoked Halibut,
i-agc. fresh Smoked Beef, u hllluker Htnrr llaiiiu, Hm Dupco Hums, .Tucoh
Dulii's Bulliilo lIliniB, Cibi Dried Figs, I duck nnd white; Cain Chcei-u, Oregon
Cream Ohoej-e, Swlts Ohei'i-e, Ban Sngo Cheese, Pino Apple Cheese and Edam
Checo, !Hti Mnckb; Snow Wliilo Codllsh, Ciclly Lemons, fresh Penrn, Red
Cablme,e-. f-?f i'nrlieidnr intention is called to u men assortment of the fain,
mix II Iiiiok & (JoiillV Bitrulls, Gnihimi Wafer', Oaken Fluke. Sea l'onm
Wnfo's, M.dgelb, (!li gir Wnfeit. and Water. These hlsuiiith, mid a full line
of Ciiuni'd Gondii and i.irnlii, nlo fiiHh Apples in tunes, in quiuilillc to suit,
at lowest maiki'l piiu-. Iscw Cain Potatoes and Onions in line condition. 17
(Foimeily with Samuel NotP.
Import or mid Deulor iu
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OUOOKERY, GLASSWA1IE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tar Store formerly occupied by B, NOTT, opposite Spreckels A Co.'i Dank. tMl
FINEST LINES OF
ETC , ETC.
I3T I'. O. Box 872;
P. O. Box 207.
hit AiiKlriiliu Kega Holland Herrings, kegs Family Corned
'Coined Pork, Kegs Family Btiurkruui, keg Mixed Pickles,
n, IdU Exlr.i Choice Salmon Bullies, kits Extra Choice
fresh Smoked Sidmoii, fresh Hmok"d tinti
Health is Wealth !
Dr. E. C. West's Neiitk axd HnAi! Tjieat.
MEMT,n Ruarantood BpocIGo for IIrUrin, Dlul
nn, ConTuItton. Fits, Norrous NcurnlKi",
Iteiulaeh.tferTousFTotraUnn. caused by the (1M
of nlcoliol or tolxicco, Wakpfmnccn, Mental Do
Iirwwlon, Softening of tho Drain, rosultlnR in in
sanity and lending to mitery.decny and (tenth!
rremnturo Old Aeo, IlarronneM, Low of Power
in either vox. InTolantnry Lomxa nnd Bpermntor
rheen, catued by OTer-exerUon of tliobmln.wlf
nbuso, or tiTcr-lndalfrouoe. Uich box contains
ono month's treatment. $1.00 n box, or six boio.i
or $3.03, sent by moll prepaid on rucoipt of price.
WK UUAKANTEE HIX BOXEU
To euro any case With each order recelred by tin
for six boxes, Bocomp&nled with SUM, wo will
send tho purchaser oar written guarantee to ro
tund tho money if tho treatment does not effect
a cure, (ioaranteea issued only by
WK will Mr to start md fot af hh f tint CanfUlal'
Dtppfe.Btk H4B,!dlrMtioa(CeeUpU! or Cotti ,
whI cr wha Wv.t'1 Vfrntebl Llttr lilti. whs U rflrte
UMrt lUWtly frcnplwj u Tky sr ponly tft UVI, s4
MM Ul t ' UUht)oo. (' CoM. Urrl torn, ra.
U!ab M nia, M rU. 1 ul. y sll Jnrrt.u. Bairw. of
fvaWiWU tsj tmlUlfeu. Tt piM autibctarrj Mtr by
IOI1N Q. WEST CO., Ill IM W. M4ko EL, CuLfi.
Im trill Bwlftj. wst Vjr null rrrtVl oa nnlfl el s I msI Monk
JtlolllHter fSs. Co..
:(n dm Whnlcs-alc and Itcliiil Agents.
Inter-IsM S. I. Co.,
Tlie JBeNt Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new nnd staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves I onolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY. October Oth.
The teanier i as-c u'oni' the entire
const of I it- lci'Wi r I side of Hnwdt, nf.
fording tuuriMs a pnuoiiinin of charm.
Ing scenen. and will s'op nt Keidake.
kuu Bay, viheio sufllcieut time is allow,
ed to visit ihe Monument of Captain
Tourl-ls by this route reach Piinidmi
at n o'clock on Ihe dny after leaiug
Honolulu, being only one niglii on ihe
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Fuualuii there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fioin ihcre tourists will be conveyed
liy railroad lo I'ahala. thence I y stage
conch lo Half-way Home, whcie horses
and guides will he in attendance to con
vey them to the Vob-ano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at llie Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to (IA1UIY AKMITAGE.
Agent, at Williams' 1'hotograpli Gallery,
Fort sin ct, or at the office of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Ksplnnnde. .TiOOin
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents u Month.
28 DANIEL LOUAN, Propiictor. ly
Having Fecuied the Servii e o
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are picpared to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING JIILLS.
Fistiplates, Bolts & Spikes.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, MM Dead I
Ryan's Boat-Built Sh)
Is now adjoining thu rear of
Ghas. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
ton Line of PacketM.
Shippers will plciuu take no.
tire that a flriit.cltiss veeiel
will he In thu berth loading
for tills nort In November, to
sail December Ut. Orders should leav
hero by steamer of October 1st to hare
Another tlist-cluf-s vessel will sail for
this port on or about the Ut day nf
March. 1837, of which further notice
will be given.
For particulars, apply to
O. BREWER & CO., Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1880.
Store for Rent, ami
turea lor Sale.
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by tho LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, mm an tnu nxti.re, uuss Lanes,
&c for Bale.
enquire oa the Premise,
t"i nuiubi paifciviiinri