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WEDNESDAY. OCT. 0. 1880.
Stmr Kllatica 11 on for Windward Ports
Sola- Waloll for Watalna
Sobr Tilhollhn for Waimoa
SchrXctlio Merrill for Ktillun
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C R Ulshop for Hamaktia
"Tor Kauai ami Nllhnii. Tier stmr Iwa
lmil. Out. ntli .Mr Gay, W I) Schmidt,
11 A Maelie, .lr, .1 Spencer and child, A
H II Swift, ami about 100 deck.
For Maui, per stmr LIUellUo, Oct. Dili
K A Blelenberg. M 12 Sylva.O Chinese
and DO dock.
For Kapaa, Kauai, per stmr Walale
alo, Oct fith It S Spalding and
wife, .1 Shoimuii, and about SO deck.
The nlllng of the steamer O It DUtion
has been postponed until to-morrow at
" Tho'ltatid. Whitney and Von Holt's
vacht was hove down at the Pish mar
ket tills inoinlm: to be cleaned.
During the absence of John Babcock,
"Captain Olutt,. Diiiluit will act as ship
ping clerk for the 1 X Co.
Tlic fcchooncr HaleaUaln put back
yesterday because of having had some
of her satis split by a gale in tlm chan
Tliu schooner Kauikcaouli from Ko
tiala with about L,100 bags of sugar, and
Ibo Molwahlne fiom Koholalelo with
J10 tons of hiigar, are both due here.
jfCOOCLO ill run i
Ilk TlitNuas It Foster, llugg
JJk EWInoty, 'leaks
Jlktne Phuiter, Poiilman
Bktne Eureka, Winding
Gerbaik PadiHe, Oltiniiu
V VFSRELR IN PORT
American lial'k S.irauae, from New
York. ulledJul.', 13th, due here Nov. 18-
iin ... n.. ..!.. A-7Virl.i.
Brit bark W Il Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dili, due heie Octobct
LGth-Nov lt, to Sp-haefer & Co.
liritbaik Iionerag, sailed fiom Liver
pool, June oth. dueMieie October aJrd
Xov 1st to Davies &X'o.
Am hk Martha D.tvU, F M. Hem-on,
sailed from Boston AHigust 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glungaber, ftolleston, from
Liverpool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
JJavies & Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
1'ort Blakely, due here Dec loth, to
iCastlo & Cooke. .
Am bark Caibarien, Perkhis, from
San Franelcco, due at MahukoliO, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &r'
Am bark Martha. Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lere Jan 15-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, renhallow, from Port
Townseud, due here Oct 15th, toLewers
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mn. J. Lyons holds a regular cash
sale at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
The old Sailois' Home is to be sold
and removed, for which many are
The Koyal Hawaiian Band is play
ing at Kakaaka this afternoon, fiom
U to 5 o'clock.
The usual weekly service will be
held at St. Andicw's Cathedral this
evening, at 7 iliO.
Tun regular monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Kifles and examina
tions for corporals, will be held this
. . . f
M. TJieo. Seveiin is photograph
ing the Poituguese and Chinese
laborers, at Paauilo plantation, Ha
waii. . m
Hit. James Tregloan, who left here
boveral moths ago for San Francisco,
has opened a tailoring establishment
in Merced County California.
The Lyceum weekly prayer and
praise meeting will be held at 7 :30
o'clock, this evening. The annual
meeting of the Social Union will
The senior crew of the Myrtles,
while practising at rowing, Monday
afternoon, ran into a fishing skiff,
near the lighthouse, with damaging
results to both boats.
Si:vnxTY-riVE thottband bricks aro
expected heicby the barkentino Dis
covery, and ilfty-livc thousand by
the Geo. C. PerkinB, for Mr. E. B.
Hon. W. C. Parke has been ap
pointed assignee of the cs'tato of Lee
Wing Keo, and to the assignee should
all debtors of tho estate make pay
ment. Tin: schooner Malolo commanded
by Captain Holland, will sail on
Monday next, Jfor Fnnnings Island
and tho South Sea Islands, "with re
turn seamen, and to recruit.
1'jiorr.sfion Van Slyko will read a
paper on "The debt of Science to
Missions," at Foit-Street Church to
night. Miss J, Gulick will have
something to say about Japan.
Tin: beautiful and interesting col
lections of lava specimens now on
exhibition at William's photograph
gallery have been piopaml by Mr.
F. L. Claiko, and ate novel and neat.
. On Maunakca stieet, near Hotel
street, in a Chinese stoic, may bo
seen a Celestial idol mailo of plaster.
This idol is tho handiwoik of some
local artist with a cue, It icpro
scuts a Chinaman with a crown of
jewels, boated on tho bench of jus
' tico, mid wearing the auhterity of a
rofeico iu a dog fight.
Ho was missed
The youug man
- The Steam Laundry, which wai
told for $900 the other day, will bo
conducted under a new management,
as stated in an advertisement. All
tlio new proprictaiy ask is n fail
A i.Aitni: crowd assembled at Dr.
V. 11 Hill' fieo show, last night.
Dozens of persons troubled with bad
teeth, went fonvard and had them
extracted. There was a gtcat run on
the Doctor's patent medicine. The
show will bo lepeated to-night on the
same terms that is, fiee.
A NEW BARKENTINE.
Messrs. Hall Bros., of Port
Blakely, are about to build a barlc
eutino, with 160 feet of keel, 27
feet beam, and MA feet depth of
hold, for Captain Paul and Mr. Geo.
V. Smith, owners of the sohooner
W. S. Bow ne. This new barken
tine will have a steam windlass and
steam donkeys, besides an elegant
caliin. She will cost $-18,000. will
he employed in the Island trade and
he commanded by Captain Paul.
WHAT THEY SAY EAST.
Claus Spreckels, the real king of
the Sandwich Islands, publishes a
denial of the story that the nominal
king intends to sell out the islands
to a European syndicate for 10,
000,000. Mr. Spreckels does not
give the insider reason why the sale
will not he made. No confidence
will he violated in stating that
Spreckels owns all that is worth
owning in the Hawaiian domain and
he thinks he can make more money
by holding'on to his estate than by
selling it for $10,000,000. New
One hundred and twenty days'
speechifying, since April 30th,
alternately in Hawaiian and English,
is interpreter Wilcox's record for
the Legislative session of 188G, up
to the present time. Although Mr.
Wilcox has had to talk more sense,
nonsense and political rant than
any oilier man in the Kingdom dur
ing the time above specified, neither
his voice, philology, nor natural
energy shows the least sign of abat
ing, and he is evidently good for
five months' more of similar oratory.
A NUH0U IN VESTS.
A friend of ours calling upon us
with "a good story," asked permis
sion to take his coat off while he
chattcd!i'licn we noticed that the
back of hnvest was made of the
same materialbluc woolen stutf
as the front. JTivansw-er to our
query our friend aid: "Why
shouldn't we protect 'our backs as
well as we do our chests?' In point
of fact we ought to be moricareful
of the back because the 'furnace is
nearer the surface there thair in
front. There is where rheumatism,
lumbago, sciatica, cricks, aches and
pains abound. Who ever heard of
a man's breast aching? Who hasn't
had 'a bach ache?' All the fault
of their llitning vest backs. Do as
I do, have the same material used
all the way round, and you'll be
warm and happy I Besides the vest
'fits' better." We thought the idea
a good one.
This morning's Advertiser con
tains the following otlicial announce
ments: Hon. Curtis P. laukca,
Governor of Oahu, Adjutant-General,
and His Majesty's Private
Secretary ; Hon. R. II. Baker, Gov
ernor of Maui, Molokai and Lanai ;
His Ex. R. J. Creighton, Secretary
of War and Navy ; His Ex, J. O.
Dominis, Lieutenant-General and
Commander-in-Chief of the Forces j
Capt. S. Nowlein, Quartermaster
General ; Major J. D. Holt, Secre
tary and Aid-dc-Camp to tho Lieut'
enant-General; Adjutant J. T.
Baker, Major of tho King's Guard :
Captain J. Kahalewai, Adjutant of
the King's Guard ; First Lieutenant
R. P. Waipa, Captain of the King's
Guard; Second Lieutenant S. I.
Maikai, First Lieutenant of the
King's Guard; and F. W. J. Feary,
Second Lieutenant of tho King's
Tuesday, Oct. 5th.
Six cases of drunkenness, which
increased tho Treasury funds $ 13.
L. Adler, a boy 12 years, was
charged with assault and battery.
A plea of guilty was entered and
John Cruse was charged with dis
orderly conduct by using profane
and disgusting language. Found
guilty and sentenced to imprison
ment at hard labor for 12 hours.
Geo. Baker was charge with furious
and heedless driving. Tho prose
cuting witnesses swore to tho num
ber of the hack as 81. Tho number
of defendant's hack is 811.
Kamala entered a plea of guilty
to carrying 2 passengers more than
his license allows. Fined $1. Costs
Ed. Langley and Alex. Arthur
came up on remand, charged with
furious and heedless driving.
Dr. Webb testified thai ho attend
ed the old woman that was knocked
down. She is all right now.
Arthur dischaiged. Langley fined
$15. Costs $1.30.
Che Ong and Ah San were charged
with having opium unlawfully
in possession. Plea, not guilty.
Found guilty. Fined $50 each and
20 days imprisonment each. Costs
lliug Kee, charged with assault
find battery waa fined $4. Costs
Wednesday, Oct. Gth.
Two dutnks furnished $C each to
tho Court funds.
Yung Sang was charged with as
sault and battery on Wan Nee. Old
offender under bonds.
Found guilty and sentenced to
imptisonmeut at hard labor for lfl
days. Costs $1.20,
Ah Fat, was charged with selling
liquor without a license. Plea, not
Mr. Paul Neumann appeared for
Police Olllccr Hopkins testified to
buying a bottle of whiskey from de
fendant' Paid S 1 for it.
Ofllcer Kamana corroborated the
testimony of former witness.
No evidence for defendant. Fined
$100. Costs .$1.20.
Tuesday, Oct. fth.
Anton Vogol vs. Maria do Gloria
d'Almeda. Deserting contract ser
vice. Settled out of Court. Costs
Dr. Webb testified in the Police
Couitthis morning that he had at
tended the old woman that was
knocked down corner Punchbowl
and King streets about twelve days
ago. She was unconscious at first,
but now she is getting, all right.
This recovery is a surprise to the
writer, if not to the doctor: If the
professional gentleman had seen
half a dozen powerful men and
women, trying to punch the wind
out of the. injured mortal, imme
diately after the accident, he would
probably have thought as I thought,
that they were going on fairly to sus
pend her miseries. They called it a
gentle application of art that revives
and invigorates lomilomi I believe
is the woid. I was asked to submit
to its wondciful effects, but declined
with thanks. After an hour's sub
mission the quasi-doctors found the
old woman still breathed. There
were indications of n speedy re
covery, which have been realized.
Runaways and collisions arc danger
ous at anytime, more especially
where old women are moving about.
BLACKMAILING IN POLITICS.
The amount of money that is ex
pended in elections is much greater
than every one supposes. It is used
in a multitude of wa3's. A very
large part sticks usually to the
hands of the intermediaries. The
business is a sort of a confidence
game in many cases over which the
shadow of felony falls. There is,
therefore, no inclination to inquire
closely into the items of expendi
ture. If embezzlement, or what is
known among the politicians as
"flogging" is suspected or estab
lished, there is no way of punishing
The funds are derived from a
great variety of sources. Corpora
tions which have interests antago
nistic to the community bleed
freely. The unfortunate candi
dates are next squeezed till they
are dry. Persons apparently ani
mated solely by political enthusiam
contribute. But it is usually found
that they represent interests that
may be injured. In a majority of
cases the quality of bribery or
blackmail enters into the collection
of these funds. Large amounts so
realized, less the percentage which
may cling to the hands of the col
lectors and distributors, are doled
out to men who profess to have con
trol of votes, or conventions and
among shiftless newspapers.
In the gubernatorial election of
18G7 $80,000 was raised for the
campaign expenses of the Repub
licans. Geo. C. Gorham's com
mitteemen, on that occasion stated
that there were forty Republican
papers that were in need of sub
sidies which had to be helped. In
the recent gigantic water conspiracy
numbers of newspapers all over the
State were bought up." With their
assistance the conspirators expected
that an easy victory would be
achieved. But the uprising of the
virtue and intelligence of tho State,
which followed the presentation of
their plans, showed them, as it did
also Gorham in the celebrated cam
paign to which reference has been
made, how weak was their independ
MR. MAX ECKART has removed
his .leweliy Alanuf.ictoiy lo Fort
Street, just above the Shooting Oalleiy,
where he will carry on his ltgular busi
ness. 48 1 in
VT ISS TUCK being no longer im
llJL ployid at Sirs. Lac k's Art Booms,
Alls Nichol will autunie ch'irge and at.
tend lo a!l ordeis for StauinhiL' and Em.
broidery.' Embroidery Lesous at a ro.
duccd. rate for the Holiday Season.
Materfnlb for fancy work on hand; full
shadings iu Silks, Arratcuoi, I'huiillcs,
etc , etc.
Thanking our customers for past pa.
tronuge we usk for a contl uauco of the
same. Ordeis from the other Islands
piomptly attended to. 48 tf
O LUSO HAAVAIIAJm
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with the Poituguese, either
tor business, or for procuiiug workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find it
tho most prolltablo wuy to atherlltela
tho Luso Jlaivaiiano, tho now organ of
the Portuuuese colony, winch is juh.
llslicd on Merchant bluet, GattUe llulltl.
lug, (Post.Olllto Letter llox II.), and
only charges leasonublc rates for advr ;
BUSINESS ITEMS. HOflhhlo" Wojllth I J
rpRYllii-"ncinii..'il,i,.i,ii i o.J. tluDiin IS Iff UUiin '-'M
JL M(C nli -. . i:i i i v. I onAi4 J JB
ICE CREAM of the i'tiiet and Iiirll
est rpinlit) fiom una (piati to any
quantity iipmirds mu dclicicd packed
In ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
I- m., free of clviri-c to any pan In Hono
lulu mid Miburbs'by the I'lonucr Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery
$5.00 ONLY ! the prlco charged
for '1 wo Gallons of any llavored
rich and always freh intulu Steam Ice
Crcmn, giinraiiiecil 10 be absolutely pure
or no pay at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, liakuiy und ice Cream Hooins.
Practical Confectioner and Onui
incntcr, Hotel rtt., llet. Foil & Niitiiinu
Mi. Hawaiian and Dull Tclclmai,
No. 74. 411 tf
AitTisrs' Materials, 1'laques, Panels
Stietcbers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
lb os.' Art store. -ID Ot.
LADIES call and sou the latent slyles
if Un'lerwear, the humlsoinust In
tin- city. Ex S. S. V ilnihmtoe.
IG OOO KIM.
C GENTLEMEN, our White Sl.hu
J hivcnriivul ix S. S. Wilmington.,
(;ull und sie tlicin, ai they are dlfiurent
f om anything in lliN eltv.
40 OOO KIM.
Don't think twice if you are in
need of line Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies. The Elite Ice Cream Par
lors, 85 Hotel stieet, will attend your
oiders promptly and guarantee en
tile satisfaction. Bell Telephone 182
Mutual 338. 44
Dn. Flint's Heaut Kemedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis-eai-o
and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ch dilation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith Jc
Co., Agents. 351
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
WorkH, whoie he is piepared to till all
oiders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island oiders solicited
and piomptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Ilingloy, nor the place
Crvhtal Soda Winks) Hotel street.
A Woman's Sultans and
A. Voloo from A.xiatiln.
Ncir the village ol Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austiia, lives Maria Haat, an in.
telligenl ami industrious woman, whoe
stoiy of phhtcal biilleiing and final re
lief," ah related by her.-telf, in of interest
to Kngii-li wonie'n. "I was employed,"
she sa.b, " in the work of a large farm
house.' Over-woik brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint,
inc; and sickness of the stomach, until I
wa unable to retain cither food or
drink I was compelled to take to my
hed for several weeks. Gcttintr a little
heller fiom lest and quiet, I bought t
do some work, bin was soon taken with
a pain iu my side, which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and tlirnblcd in my every limb.
This was followed by a cough mid
shortness of breath, until finally"! could
not Hew, and I took to my bed for the
second, anil, as 1 thought, for the last
lime. My friends told ne that my time
hull nearly come, and that I could not
live longer lhaii when the t ices put on
their green ace more. Then 1 happen
ed lo get om: of the Sclgcl pamphlets.
I read it, and my dcarmo'her bought
mo a bottle of heigel's Syrup, which I
took e.Mictly accoidiug to directions,
and I laid not taken the whole of it be.
foio I felt a great change for the better.
3fy last Mines beunii .lime '(, 1SS2, and
continued to AuimM ilth, when 1 begun
to take tile .Sjrup. 'Very boon 1 could
do a little light uoik. The cough left
me, and I was no more troubled in
lreathing. Mowlam perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I anil I cannot ex,
press gratitude enough for Seigol's
Syrup. Now I must HI you that the
docto's in our distni t distributed hand
bills cautioning people against the
medicine, telling tliem it would do them
no good, and many were thereby influ
enced to destroy the Beigel pamphlets;
but now, wherever one is to be found, it
is kept liken relic. The few nrc-crved
are borrowed to rend, and I have lent
mine for six miles around our district.
I'conle have come eighteen miles to get
me to buy the medicine for them, know,
ing' that "it cured me, and to bo sure to
get the tight kind. I known woman
wlio was looking like death, and who
told them theio was no help for her,
that she hud consulted several doctors,
hut none could help her. I told her of
Seigel'b Syrup, and wrotu the name
down for her that site might make no
mistake. She took my advlct, ami the
tiyrup, and now she is in pel feet health,
and tho people around in are amazed.
The medicine lias made such progress
in our neighborhood that people say
they don't want tho doctor any more,
hut I hey lake tho Hyrup. Sufferers from
gout who were coullned to their bed and
could baldly move a linger, have been
cuicil hv it. There is a girl In our dis.
tiicl who caugnt a com uy going
through home water, and was in bed live
years with costivcuess and rheumatic
pains, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. There wis not a doctor
iu tho surrounding dlslilcis to whom
lier mother had not app led to relieve
lier chilli, hut every one ciotned ilium.
selves ami said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell lung which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, wo thought surely It was for her,
but Selgcl's syrup and Pills saved her
life anil now she is as healthy us any.
body, goe-. to chinch, and cm work
oven in the llelds. Everybody was as.
tonlsl'cd when they saw her out, know
ing how imiuy years she hud been ill
bed. To dav sho adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies and Sol gel's
Syrup. Mahia. Haas."
'The people of England speak conllrm.
lug the above.
A-ftor Huvoml Yours.
"Stoke Ferry, January uih, 188L
"Gintleiiien, I have used Siegel's
Syrup for sc oral years, and have found
it a most elllcacious rciiudy for Liver
complaint! ami geuer.il debility, und I
always keep binno by me, mid cannot
spea.t ioj highly in its imibo I re.
malu, jojis truly, Harriett King."
We are Fighting Opposition I
Selling at Cost I
Great Slaughter in Laces !
S. COHN & CO.,
C'.i and 5 Fort Stieet.
No connection with any corner, we are juBt below.
f$5g 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
Willi a Kino
Which we will sell at the following
Boys' Suits from
Youths' " "
Mens' " "
Our Furnishing Goods arc all Guiuatilccd, are ag Fine in Quality, and as Chcip
iu Price as any legitimate hou e can afford to sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New! Hemember the Prices are low, and cur Goods
Wo cannot aflord to give trasli away to draw customer-, lull will bell you some
thing which will gic atistacliou and make you call again at
ECAftB ARJD CO'S,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Eort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Gistoi-iite doling U' FnrnisMiiE Goods,.
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties iu Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special rcquisi, a small intoico of the tincbl hand-made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in the
GHAS. rlUSTACE. GROCER,
King Street, between Fort ami Alakea Streets,
HAS HEOE1VED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon. Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, lilocl; Codtish, Kits and tins Sal.
mou Dollies, kegs Butter Cala Cheese, kegs Pickle, kous IMgl'oik, Table Hai.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Deef, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongue, Chip
ped ileef, cises Oysters, Saldino", Sea Foam C ackers Flour, llran, Wheal, 0.ts,
White TaFtlle Soap, Gianulatcd Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Geruica,
Breakfast Germ, I'holcn Tins, French Peas, etc. AIo,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
'All at Lowest mtukil iiitcs and Satisfaction Guaranteed, RT P. O. Box !'"2;
42 Telephone Hi).
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 lTort Htreot,
Importers & DeaBers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per rte'iiner uetrnlia Kegs Holland Herrings, kegs Family t'orntd
Uccf.kcgs Family Coi in d I'oik, Kegs
kegs Ciutul Drip-, Mi-. Htri Choice Salmon Hellice, Kit Extra Choice
.Mackerel, lioxh Smoktd llalihul, fresh Smoked Salmon, fnsh rtinokd Sail.
Higc, fii.'li Smoked lleef, hillakcr Starr Hams, llin Dupcu llama, Jacob
Dohl's lluli'nlo Hams, Cd Drlid Figs, black and white; Oila Cheer e, Oregon
Oieam Clieere, rwis Olieere, Sa Sago Cheisu, Pino Apple Chcchu and Edam
Cheero, 211, blookrj Snow While Oodllsdi, Clclly Lemon, fresh l'caro, Ked
Cabbage. tVT I'arlliii-hn atlehtioii is called to u Hire asMirlii.cnt of the fain.
ous II dine,, & Conn's His 'Hits, Graham Wafer, Oaken Flakcr, Sea Foam
Wafers, Midgelr, Gligu WaleiMind Water. These htsculls, and u full line
of ('annul Gooilh and iHatn, alio ftc-di Anples In boxes, in quantities to suit,
at low ert null kit pi in. Mew Cain Potatoes and OnlonB In flue condition. 17
IWM KtaillMHIII I
(Kounuily with Samuel Nott
Iniportui JLiitl Dculor iu
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHO0KKHY, GLAKSWAKP, HOUSE FUKNIBHINU HAHDWAUE,
AUATK I HON AND TINWAHE.
Agent Hairs Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Block. - Fort Street.
(ST Stoic formerly occupied by B, lS'OTT, opposite Spreckels & Co.'eBank.
TO THE FRONT I
P. O. Hox 207.
l'ainlli buiiikiaui, kegs Mixed Pickles,
- IIMMMI -J1
Dn. E. C. Wt8T'i Nejitb and TIraix Tmeat
MMT, n frunrantaxl ipecifio for Hyutcrin, Dizzb
new. ConrnUloni. Viu, Nerrous Noarnlgin,
or nlrohol or tobacco. Wnlcefnlnesfl, Mental Do
pnlon, fiottanlng of tho llraln. resulting In in.
eiiultjr nml leading to tnUorr, decay und dontlij
I'lematuro Old Ail, IlorrontiMs, Lo otPor?
in either Bex, Involuntary Louc and Hpormator
lhawi, earned by o?erexerUon of tho brain, Bctf
abuse, or oter-lnunlRencs. Kadi box contain)
ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or li bo jp k
(or $5.00, sent by mall prepaid on recoipt of prici .
WE UUAHAXTEE MIX ROXEH
To cura any eaio. With each order roceired by n
for aix boxea, accompanied with $5.00, vro -wilt
nonil tho purchMor oar written guarantee to ri
lnnd the money if the trrntment docs not effect
a cure. Guarantees issued only by
II01.Iil8TE tfc do.
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IOI1NO. WIST A CO., Ill a, IU W. Il44l St., Ctu4
Im Mil ttOip tut tjr mi41 mU n nnlrUf a I cut lusp.
IIolllHter fe Co..
3D ftm Wholesale and Iictcll Agents.
DURING my abfeuce from the King,
dom MH.C. HUSTACK holds my
power of attorney to act for me, and
MU. W. II. 1IUDDY N authorized to re.
cclve moneys and sign receipt" for nic.
8ap Workf, Lelco, Honolulu. Auir.
29. 11-80 17 tf'
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by ihu LADIES UAZAAIl, hH Fort
street, and all tho Kllurc. Ol i Cit'ej,
&c, foi sale, t-'nr limber particulars,
(inquire on ilu-Premi-ex -410
STEAI CANDY FACTORY
P. ITOKN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Uaker.
71 Hotel Si. -ra?- Telephone 71
Tlie J3erti IS.oxi.te
to the World Kenowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'I he new and r-tiuiuch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. ou
FRIDAY. October 10th.
The steamer pas-es along the entile
coast of ihe leewnrd side of Hnw.il,iif.
fording tourists u panorama of cliaim.
ing scenery, and will stop at Kealake.
kua Bay. where Hifllcient time is allow,
ed t' vi-it the Mouuinenl of Captain
Touri-ls by ibis loutc reach Punaluu
at 5 o'clock on tho day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there i the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad lo Pahala, thence I y Uage
roach to Half-way Home, whcie horses
and guide-, will he in attendance to con.
vcy them lo the Volcano.
Tourists will havo two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Ti&ets for the lound trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAP.KY AKM1TAGE,
Agent, ai WillUma' Photograph Gallery,
Fort str- c', or at the oOicc of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Eaplanido. H',0 Cm
Having teemed the Hcrvh e o
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we are piepared to execute all
House or Sig-u
HONO..UI.U PLANING MILLS.
H. irACKPELD & Co.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Is now adjoining the rear of
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
88, DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
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