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''' FRIDAY, OCT. 1. 188G.
Stmr W G Unll from Hnwnil & Maul
Slim-Klliiueii Hon for Wlndwaul Toils
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Wilmington for Smi rianolsco
Bktne Foict Queen for San Finnelsco
From Hnwnil nml Mnul, cr steniner
AV G Hull, October 1 Holt J 11 S Mnr
thi, Hon .J Kniilinne, Rev S 11 Dnvls,
O A S Allonn, J Campbell. J Aliolo, G
J Cnmpbell. .1 Cosm, .1 K Kckiiuln, 1
Jurctt, nnd 70 duck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND P0RT8.
Stmr W G lliill "iGO bags of sugar, 18
bills of aw a. 200 goat skins, a bags
of coffee, 7:1 hide, 1-4 horses, 1
bull, 2 jacks mid 11 bogs.
"The Btaiboaid side of the schooner
JTiiinuioniii having been leplanked, nml
the poi-L side is now undergoing the
same 1 epulis. ... ,
The balk Isle of Kiln is In the stream.
The bin kciulno Planter is taking iu
balln.'t. , , .
The bark Atnlauta sails for Pugct
Sound next Monday.
TI10 Jlnrv C. Bohin was loweied fiom
the Marine" Rnihvay this morning. She
Islvins near the Klnau whaif having
herfoiemat planed down and anew
iiialniiiii3t put in besides being repaired
in other ways.
VESSELS IN PORT.
8 S 'Wilmington, Hughes
.Bklslo of Kiln, J" InMcr
Bk Foi est Queen, Winding
Bk Atalanta. 1) O Killman
Bktne Planter, Pcnimau
Bktne Kuieka, Winding
Ship Annum, llecket
Ger bark Pacific, Oltinan
American bark Snriiniie, fiom New
Yoik, titled July Tilth, duebcieXov. 18
30, to CnMle & Cooke.
Brit baik W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, duobeie Octobei
SOth-Xov 1st, to Sch.iefer & Co.
Brit bark Iionerag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due lieic October 23id
Nov 1st. to Da ies is Co.
Am bk Maltha D.ivis, FMBcinon,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Haw bk Thomas 11. Foster, F W
Bugg, fiom New castle, X S W, duo
Nov 1 3, to Biewer A; Co.
BiltbarkGleiigaber, llolleston, from
Liverpool, due lieic, Jan 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due lieic Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am b.irk Calbarien, Perkins, from
San Francisco, doe 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 it Co.
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lerc Jan 15-80,
to Schaefer & Co.
Am bktne Kiln, Bust, from Snn Fian
clsco, due heie Sept 23th, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonics, due heie in Feb, to
Am baik Hope, Penhallow," from Port
Townsend, due here Oct 15th, toLeweis
At Honolulu, September 30th, by Rev.
Dr. Hyde, assisted by Rev. J. A. Cru
zan Chas. A. Biown and Iiene II. II
both of Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at tho rink to-night.
The Honolulu Ritles will hold an
extra drill to-night.
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There will be music and skating
at then ink this evening.
Mr. Heborl'a steam launch ia re
ceiving the i'minliing touches.
. ' :
PABSKNonus and letter writers are
hereby reminded of the S. S. Wil
mington's departure to-morrow.
Mn. .T. Lyons will hold a regular
cash sale at his salesroom to-morrow
morning, commencing at 10 o'clock.
A shell belonging to Mr. Clarence
Macfailano was milled oil" yesterday.
Mr. Win. Wall became the winner by
Tin: steam schooner Surprise wnB
examined on the Marino Railway
this morning. She 1ms an excellent
bottom uiul peifectly sound timbeis.
A MncTiNO of the Fiist Division of
Liliuokalani Educational Society will
be held at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, in tho aoom of Engino Co.
No. 1. A full attendance is desired.
Tun wooden buildings on Fort
street, adjoining Messrs. Wm. G.
Irwin & Co.'h pi onuses will bo sold
to-morrow, ut noon, by McBsrs. E. P.
Adams it Co. Sale tukes place on
Mr. Geo. Miles, formerly cleik for
Mcssib. G. W. Maufarlane it Co., and
latelv salesman for Mr. Chas. J.
Fishel, has leceived the tcmporaiy
appointment of assistant storekeeper
at the Custom House.
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Tun furnituio for Mr. John Thomas
Waterhouso's tenipeinnco hotel Nuu
anu Avonuo arrived by the barken
tino Eiueka yesteiday. Mr. WaHer
house has uiado an oiler to Mrs.
Mary Jano White formerly of the
Whito House to rent and run the
Oim ciitio on good food is unfor
tunately absent. Wo are compelled,
nevertheless, to supply a substitute.
Ho relates having dined last evening
at Cavenagh's now Club House
dining looms on King street, over
3Ieller's lee Creiun parlors. HiB Jtow
of lnnguago in ilcsorlblng tho various
dishes sot heforo him, is not very
grand, but lie will bet that it is there
Hint tho host dinner in town is served
up. All hands f 10111 the shop 1110
rmitiff llinir. In.nttfbf. 1 1. in tinned Mr.
l .. ... i. ...in .., 11 t 1!...!lJ
'llUIlilgll Will NpOl UlCIll M1HI 1111 111.
them to what is good for them.
Mn- Jan. Moigun will hold foith lo
moriow at the iiilction looms of
Messiri. K. P. AdnniH it Co., on the
Honolulu Steam Laundry and its
invontoiy, eompiising the complete
liftings of ollh'i', marking, wash, iron
ing, drying mangling, engine, stoic,
and soiling looms. The sale will take
place at 12 o'clock noon.
ANNUAL MEETING P. L. & S. CO.
Monday, the 18th instant, has
been ilxed by the Trustees as the
opening day of the annual meeting
of Hie 1 I,'. &. S. Co. The Planters
Monthly saj's as full an attendance
as possible is earnestly lequestcd by
the Trustees, as the important ques
tion of the existence of the coinpnnj'
will be decided."
THE PLANTERS LABOR AND SUPPLY CO.
The dissolution of the Planters
Labor and Supply Company, is
strongly protested against in the
Monthly by Messrs. Jno. M. Horner
and J. M. Lydgate. In his conclud
ing paragraph, Mr. Lj'dgate says :
"Let us preserve the P. L. S. Co.
intact, if not in the active condition
at least in the passive, so that wc
may know at any moment where to
put our hands upon it and call it in
to action for an important occasion."
CURIOS GOING ABROAD.
Two boxes of Hawaiian curios
shells, fans, leis, grass houses, taro
patch fiddle, mats, canes, tapa
cloth, and other quaint things will
be sent to New York" to-morrow, by
the steamer Wilmington. The curios,
which are being shipped by Henry
Hart to a gentleman of wealth in
New York city, may create an inter
est in Hawaii there, and it may be
the means of bringing tourists here
or oulers for more curios.
Mr. Chas. J. MeCharty opens his
new billiard hall on Fort street, op
posite William's gallery, to-m&irow
morning. The ceiling and walls of
the hal) have been whitened, and the
floor painted. Two billiard tables
and one patent pool table have been
put up in'good positions, with abun
dance of room. A neat cigar stand
has been ninde in the front part of
the hall, and the entire place pos
sesses a clean and inviting appear
ance. To-morrow night being the
first in the new quarters, an exhibi
tion game of billiards will be played
by two proficients.
Our report of this morniDg's Leg
islature is crowded out of this pre
sent issue. Will appear to-moriow.
Following is the principal business
The Opium Bill was referred to
the Sanitary Committee. A lesolu
tion for indefinite postponement was
lost by 21 to 8. The appropriation
for King's Guard was passed at
80,210. Military and Naval Or
ganization and Staff, as provided for
by Act, $21,000 Purchase of Gov
ernment Steam-Launch, $100,000.
Running expenses of same, $50,000.
The gallant Opposition opposed
the votes, but were powerless to
An affair which Honolulu society
has contemplated for weeks past
with a flutter of pleasurable excite
ment came to a happy issue last
evening in the marriage of Mr.
Charles Augustus Brown and Miss
Irene Haalou Kahalelaukoa Ii. The
marriage cereinoiry took place at 7
p. jt., at the residence of Rev. Dr.
Hyde, of whose family the bride has
been a member for the past nine
years, while the reception was held
an hour later at the house of her
truardian. Chief Justice Judd. The
attendance at the ceremony was
comparatively small, the invitations
being limited to -a few intimate
In addition to the family of Dr.
Hyde, there were present Hon. A.
F. and Mrs. Judd and family, Mrs.
S. G, Wilder and daughter, Mrs.
Joshua Dickson and the Misses
Dickson, Hon. and Mrs. L. Mc-
Cully. Hon. C. K. Bishop, Rev.
and Mrs. J. A. Cruzan, Rev. II. II.
Parker, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jones
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Watcrhousc and family, Dr. and
Mrs. C. T. Rodgcrs, Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Damon, Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
Hastings, Mrs. Chapin, Miss Hall,
Mis. Simpson, Miss Bliss, Miss
Forbes, Miss Komoikeehueliu and a
few Hawaiian friends of both soxos,
whose names we did not learn.
Punctually at the appointed hour,
the bride and groom, preceded by
Miss Ada Jones, and Mr. J. M.
Monsarrat as bridesmaid and
groomsman entered the parlor -to
the appropriate accompaniment of
tho wedding march, evoked from tho
piano by the skilful fingers of Mrs.
Judge Judd, and took their places
facing Revs. Messrs. Hyde and Cru
zan, the olllciating clergymen.
Of the bridal costume of cream
white Bilk, with veil and flowers,
wo need only s"ay that in richness of
material and elegance of design it
left nothing to bo desired.
At the close of tho ceremony,
which was unusually impressive,
the friends present tendered their
congratulations, after which the
company were served with refresh
ments whose delicious aad appetiz
ing qualities need not bo ccitlfied to
those who are familiar with the good
things with which Honolulu house
keepers arc accustomed to entertain
The ptcscnts which were display
ed in the library adjoining the par
lor, were numerous and elegant.
We will not undertake to give any
detailed list of the collection which
included in great variety all Hie va
rious articles with which admiring
and affectionate friends ate accus
tomed to testify their good will on
such occasions. Theic were vases
in china and glass, spoons of various
s'zes and for all sorts of purposes,
napkin rings, bracelets, card re
ceivers, beautiful articles for the
toilet, a handsome picture elegantly
framed and last but not least, two
beautiful Oxford Bibles with flexi
ble morocco covers.
The floral decorations were not
only profuse in quantity butoiiginal
in design, the flowers being ar
ranged in masses upon the opened
doors and one comer of the parlor
being occupied by a mass of f ci ns
reaching nearly to the ceiling. Be
hind the' bridal party was a solid
screen of greenery sprinkled with
stcphauolis and surmounted by an
oval mirror over which drooped
fresh pond lilies. The fiont of the
piano was covered by a bank of
roses shading off gradually from
deep pink at one end to nearly white
at the other. A large oval pluctjue
of heliotrope surrounded with fine
ferns was much admiied as were
also some roses of liuly colossal
propoilions. Taking it altogether,
it is doubtful if a handsomer or
moio artistic floral display has ever
been seen in any private residence
At eight o'clock the bridal patty
and the friends present adjourned
to tho residence of Hon. A. F. Judd
on Nuuanu Avenue, where the gen
eral reception was to be held. The
scene at this latter place was gay
and picturesque in the extreme, the
entire extent of the giounds being
surrounded with strings of colqred
lanterns, while the front of the house
was piofusely decorated with the
same. It struck us that the arrange
ment of the lights was particularly
effective even for Honolulu where
the ait of illuminating grounds is
well understood. For two hou is an
almost constant stream of visitors
poured into and through the house
and distributed themselves about
the pi emises until every room and
verandah and avaiable space was
All large wedding receptions in
good society are of necessity more
or less alike ; crowds of people, fine
music, elegant and costly dresses
and a piofusion of good things for
the inner man being the essential jn
giedients. It may suliice to sa- that
pretty much everything in the way of
rank, fashion, business and profes
sional eminence and intellectual su
periority which can be found in the
community was well.represented on
To say that no more enjoyable
affair of this kind has been seen in
Honolulu, is speaking no more than
the simple truth. The happy couple
cannot fail to be gratified at the uni
versal tokens of good will from their
numerous friends, while the genial
and hospitable host and hostess can
look back upon the whole affair as
having afforded unmingled pleasure
to all who participated, and as re
flecting the highest credit upon their
tact and taste and liberality.
We understand that Mr. and Mrs.
Brown leave for Snn Francisco by
the steamer Wilmington, to be ab
sent for about three months, during
which time they will visit the
bridegroom's relatives in the East
and "on their return spend some
time in Southern California.
There is nothing peculiar in the
fact that so many Dakota postmasters
have recently resigned when it is re
membered that expert harvest hands
are now worth 82 a day, while the
average Dakota postolllce hardly
pays that much in a week. St Paui
Seldom fail to present their bills
THE STOCKHOLDERS of tho C.
Brtwewcr & Company, L'd, nro
herfby notified tint n dividend ot Two
Dollur.i a bliuro Is due and payable at the
olllce of the Company, Queen Street, To
morrow, October Ht
J. O. OAUTEIt,
43 3t See'y C. Brewer & Company, L'd.
MESSUS. W. 11. GROSSMAN it BRO.
will have un Al vessel loading in
this Lino to lenvu in nil November. Or
dcis should go l'orwaicl by "Wilmington"
to eusure slilpineut.
Thegrentir part of orders sent forward
by Mail of October gUril, will pinlnbly
iipo be in season.
45 GAbTLE & COOKE, Agents.
YOUNG WIDOW LI)Y desires
iiplocoinn lainlly in light house
keeping nnd t-ildng cire f baby; Is
willing to inuhe lur&elf generally useful.
A YOUNG WOMAN, rduoated. do
tires a position ns Govirmsj in n
family, or as Companion to u Lidy, ha
no objection to light houte work. Hu
bcen on the Islands some years, and can
Apply to or auurrss
11 J J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business A guit,
4G lw Campbell's Blcck.
LADIES call and s e the liilept styles
of lIinl'M wciii, fie hniiiUiiiiicsi In
thi city. Kk f-. S. llmiiiutoi .
10 GOO KIM.
A hare nriivid
our Whitt Shit (s
x S. S. Wllmliieloii.
Call mid sue them, ns 11 icy me different
fiom anything in till' cltv.
40 ' GOO KIM.
PiGTUitu Fiames and Coinices
made to Order, old Frames icpnireil,
legilded, etc. King Bios'. Ait Stoic.
MISS CHILLBURG begs to nn.
uotince to liur old cu tomurs Hint
sliowlll bj found nt Lirk's Ait Itooni',
Fort Street, whcio hu will be pn pared
to attcLtl to Cuslom Millmiry rk.
Don't think twice if you are in
need of fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies. The Elite leu Cieam Par
lors, 85 Hotel stieet, will attend your
orders promptly and guarantee en
tire satisfaction. Bell Telephone 182
Mutual :t:is. 4.1
I'UIIK, U1C1I AND ONLY
FRESH ICE CREAM
EVEUY DAY AT-
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery it Ice Cream Rooms. 27
Dn. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all foims of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
THE undersigned respectfully calls
the attention of the Ladies of
Ilonnlinu to the li'-w and superb btock
of Goi di which hits just come to hand
from l-.uiope nn 1 the Uuiled States,
comprising the following article:
A splendid line of L'tien Lawn dress
patterns in 12.jnid lengths. Those
goods will be found on inbrcciion to'bc
the choicest in this m irket mid at such
prices ns will fcult the times.
White dies fabrics in I'laid and
striped Nnnsook, checked Cnnibric-",
plmn Nainsook while Pique Victoria
A choice select o i of Plaid Hunting
in evening shades;
Black and colored Ficnch Cmhmcie
in nil the leading simile-,
Velvets nnd Velveteens of nil the
popular shades, Trimmiiiir Satin in all
Fiench dicss Ml'is in black nnd
colors, nlso in evening shade,
Real nnil imitation Laces in black,
white, crenm and ecru,
Alloe Embroideries in blue and
plain white, Tucking and Ruffling.
Those goods having been bought
fiom sample, are the most stylish in de
signs of mu thing in this city, and well
worth the inspection of the ladies,
Ladies' Lawn Handkerchiefs in nil
the lending stjles, ul-o the latest and
newest designs In colors; Rilibous in nil
the popular makes and shades.
A tul! line oi Ladies' lioiierv in Lisle
Tlue.id, Biilbrigim and fancy stripes,
Ostrich Tips and Feathers in the lead
ing shades, mi immense btock of Fio ich
Children's while Dresses, Luce Ron
nets, Luce C.ips, Huo.s, Ac; complete
line of Ladies nnd Children's Under
wear, Ladies nnd Children's Corsets.
We keep constantly on h.md a full as
sortment of Ladies', Misse.-.', and Chil
dren's trimmed nnd untiimmed lints,
A well-selcctcd 8 ock of Ladies',
Misses', and Childiei's Boots, Shoes
A Stuerb Stock of
Chinese Silks & Satins
in nil the leading shades.
Wnite Giais Cloth in three grade?.
PI tin and Embioldeied
Wo would call your pecl'il intention
to the above line of Golds, ns we believe
they are tho richest nn 1 finest ever im
ported to Ibis market.
Gentlemen, we would respectfully call
your attention to our Furnishing Goo Is
Department, ns it is replete wbh the
lntest styles of Neckwear, Sin-penders
nnd Ilosic. y. Underwear In Silk, Lilse
thread mnHno and gauze. A splendid
nnd selected stock of working SliirtH in
flannel and cotton.
Wo linvu just received direct from tho
niuuufiietory, New York, n full nnd
complete nssortiucnt of Gents' Whito
Shirts. Call nnd Nee them, ns wo claim
them to b? the best and thcipcBt Shirts
ever ollered in (his market for thu prire.
A full line of Percale Shirts, Hoys'
Shirts and Uudcrucnr. Men's nnd Boy's
Straw and Felt lints in Black nnd D'ab
Cloth for Men and Boys' wear.
Lndies uru lespecfully requested to
call nnd sen the llucst nnd largest nssort
mi'iitof Silk Pongees, Grass Cloth nnd
Silk Hiuidkeii'hiefii ever iinpitcd nt
one lime to this market.
ty We tender our sincre thnnks to
llio public of Honolulu fo' theii liberal
patronage, nnd hope by st'h't attention
to business nnd honest dealing, to merit
n continuance of the same,
Corn -r Port tin 1 Ho 1 1 strc ets.
GEO. B. PEACOCK,
Manager. 07 Kr Jim
Choice Property for Sale.
CORNER OF FORT AND
School streets, beloncinir to .Mr.
M. Loiilssnii. Enquire nt the olllee nf
M.S. GRIN BAUM A: CO.,
28 1m Queen Streets.
New Photofjrnp'1 Rooms.
OVER Nlrliol's More, Fort stnet,
next tho Shooting Gallery, Pic.
tures, Portraits and Views. Flist-olass
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. GONSALVES,
We are Fighting Oppositionl
Selling at Cost I
Great Slaughter in Laces !
S. COHN & CO.,
G3 and G5 Fort Street.
No connection with any corner, we nro juBt below.
flgf3 Lookout when the
day in "this month,
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT 1
Willi u Fine Assoitinenl oT
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Which we will sell nt thcfollowlng
- Boys' Suits from - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' " " 4.00 "
Mens' " " - 0.00
Our FiirnUliine Goods are nil Guaranteed, nre ns Pino in Quality, nnd as Cheap
, in Price ns nny legitimate liou-c enn afTnrri lo sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New ! Remember the Prices are low, and eur Goods
We ciumol nflord to give tinsli nwny lo dr.iw customers but will sell you some
thing which will gic satisfaction and innke you call ngnin at
EGAM AND GO'S,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets.
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Ciistoiii-niiiili) Clotliii, Gents' Fumsliii Ms,
HA.TS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Stylos and Novelties in Ncckivare.
Also, by repented nnd special
Obtainable in the
GHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort unci Alakca Streets,
HA8 RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked H-ilibut, Hams, Bacon, Block Codtitii, Kits nml tins Snl.
man Bellies, ki-gt Cutter C.iln Cheese, kegs Pickle", kees Pig Poik, Table Rai.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts Spiced Beef, Boned Chieki n, Luni b Tongues, Cl;i .
pel Ueef, cases Oy tors, S inline, SeaFinm Cnokers Flour, Brim, Wheat, Oitt,
White 'astlle S mp, Gniniilnted Sugar, Cube Siigm, Powdered Sugar, Geiiueu,
Brenkfasl Girm, (,'boico Teas, French Pens, etc. AI-o,
"Good Night" and Palace BrandB KerbBeno Oil.
All nt LovvebtJ inuiket rntes nnd Sntisfucllon Guaranteed. J3f P. O. Box 872;
842 1 Telephone UP.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 Fort Wtrcot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, pur ftrnincr Australia Kegs Holland Herrings, kegs Family Corned
Beef, kegs Family Corned 1'ork, Kegs Family Siinrkraul, kegk Mixed Pickhs,
kegs Crystal Drip, Idtn Extra Choice Salmon Bellies, kiti Extra Choice
Mackerel, fresli Suiokid Halibut, fresh Smoked Salmon, fresh Hmokd Sail,
sage, fresh Smoked Ilecf, W'hlitaker Starr Hiinis, Hm Dupee Hams, Jacob
Dohl's Bull'iilo Hums, Oil Drlul Figs, black nnd white; Cilu Cheoc, Oregon
Crenm Cbeese, Swiss Cheese, San Sngn Cheese, Pino Apple Cheese and Edam
Chccrc, 2 It) I locks; Snow While Codllsh, Cicily Lemons, fresh Pear, Red
Cabbage?. V3f fiir.liriilnr nitentlnn is cullcl to u nice assortment of the fain.
our Holmes ii Coult's li!b"iillH, Graham Wafer', Oaken Flnkes, Sea Foam
Wafeis, Jlidgets, Ginger Wafers nnd Water. These blscuitx, nnd a full Hue
of Cnumd Goods and iiruln, iiIm) fiesh Apples in boxes, in quantities to suit,
at;lowei-t ninrkel prhi. New C'nla J'omtoes nnd Onions in Hun comlltlon. 17
(Formeily with Samuel N"ott).
Tiiiortii mid Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block. - Fort Street.
tar Stoie formerly occupied bv P. NO'i'P, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank. ng
OF FASHION !
TEMPLE of FASIIKXN" will
where we will invu Goods
request, n f-mnll imolce of the Iluett hand-made,
P. 0. Box 207.
Health is Wealth !
E. C. Wkst'b Nebtb and Hrais Tubat
n miarftnteed Bucctfid for IIiRtarift. lliul.
KKNT, n guaranteed specific for Hsler
now. CunruUlons. 1'iW. Nervous Itcnralfpn,
Headache. Nervous Prost ration, roused by the uso
or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Do-
(jn-iHiou, ooiiemngoc iiiourain.rrouiung in in
sanity and leading to tnliery, decay and death:
Prematura Old Ago, liarrenneea, Lioss ot 1'nwer
tn either aox. Involuntary Losses and Hpermator
rlicea, oatucu by over-exertion ot tho brnln, self
abuse., or OTCr-lndulgoncn, Each box contains
one month's treatmonU $1X10 n box, or six boxnn
for $5.00, sentby mail prepaid on receiptor price.
WK tiUARAXTB HIX BOXEtt
To euro any caso. With each onlor received by us
for stx boxes, accompanied with $5.00, wo will
Bond the purchasor our written guaranteoto re
fund the money if tho treatment does not effect
a euro. Uuarantoea issued only by
JIOl-JCXSTiEIt &; CO.
Wk will tr tht fttor. rwr4 for .nf cm. of Llrr CMipl.let'
Dyif.U,ilfcllM4Mk,lidlcMlloi,CooiUTUoa or Co.ll ?.",
.Ma.tmolikWt'lV.t.ubl.LImnlKa Ik. dine.
llotl or .Ulctif tonlU4 wlUu Tby ftrt partly vt ciUblt, tod
MitrfUl I tiro utuhetlon. Bopr Cottod. Ur. torn, coo.
Ulotac BUI.. II t.U. for ul. tj U drenfau. tnm of
oniurblu s4 ImlulloM. Tl. fnuhii rouohctorol oolt l
JOim O. WOT CO, III Jt IU W. 104IM SL, .
Im trkl taOaft tool mill f.rTflic Nclplotol nut lUffiP.
llolllMtvr V; Co..
80 l!m Wholesale nnd Itctnil Agents.
DURING my nbcnco from the King
dom MR'. C. HUSTACE holds my
power of nttorncv to net for me, nnd
MR. W. II. BUDDY is authorized to re.
ceive moneys nnd sign receipts for inc.
S'ii(- Work", Lclco, Honolulu, Aue.
2S IFSfl 17 tf ""
Store for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT di'slrnMe Store now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
"street, nnd all the FitiiT(', Glass1 Catcs,
(S.C., for s-ile. For fuither particulars,
enquire on the Picniln. 410
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pnstry Cook nnd Baker.
71 Hotel St. "WllSr Telephone 74
ler-Mai S. I Co.,
Tlie JSesst Ifcotrte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves I'onnlulti at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY. October 5th.
The Mcainer rns-ei nlonp the entiic
roast of the leeward side of Hnwdl. nf.
fording tourists n panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kcidnke.
kuu Bay, u'here siifllcieut time is allow
ed to visit the Monument nf Captain
Tour'fts by ibis route rench Funaluu
at 5 o'clock on ihe day after leaing
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punuluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tout ists will be conveyed
ly railroad lo Palmla, thence ly stage
loach tollalf.wny Uoure, wlieie horsts
nnd guides will be in attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, whioh
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort stnet, or at the office of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. iKO Gin
Having rccuied the Service o
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
wo ate pieparul to execute nil
House or Sig"!!.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
II. HACKPELD & Co.
Burnt Out but Not Dead J
Ryan's lioal-BmlfliE Slop
Ik now iidjulniug the renr of
A Live Morning Paper
Tho rinilu UaMB
Fifty Cantb a Mouth.
281 DANIEL LOGAtf, Proprietor, ly