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Ninth Grout Inventory Sale at the "Loading; Millinery
llouso of Ohas. J. JiUshel.
Items of special interest to Huyers of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
J3ooiN ttiiil SUoon, XXutK jitul CupM, etc.
Wo hiive just leeclvodiiO days Inter tliuii
contract calls (or, uluigo invoice of
the very best make of Irullca' Pieneli
Kid Shoes. By reason ot their late
arrival we have notified tlio manufac
turer that wo shall fell them on Ills
account iu just ON'E.UALF of the In.
This Sale will continue until the entire
Slock has been disposed of.
Our 87 Shoes will be told for only
During the next III) dnjs we will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the SI.
Our entire Hue of all wool Diess Good'
In plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will lie sold tit uOo on the $1.
A special feature in our Drt.si Goods
Department this week will be the
- 40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is the gleatcst bargain piesented
by us this season in coloted Dress
50c on the $1.
Eiiilvoicleriess mill JLiiccs,
Over 200 new patterns have beeuadd
ed to our al-rcad immense stock.
Pine Straws, Flowers,
AXD A FUI.I. LINK 01
JTIUJIMKD AND UXTltlMMKD
Our $B Parasols for $4 1."!.
Our $ 0 Parasols for $ I 33.
Our 5 Parasols for 2 SO.
Our $3 Parasols for $2.
We have a few Children'.-. Parasols
which we will oiler for 50 cents each.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FiSHEL,
394 1ml The Lending 'Millinery
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO."
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST COKNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods trccched byjevcry Paikctfiomtho FaFtern Slates and Europe
Fresh California Pioduccby e cry Steamer. All older? faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part ot the city free of chaige. Island 01 del s toll
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Pobt Office Box M5. Telephone No. .)i. 108 ly
I HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for airy debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, J88G. 28 Sin
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zealaudin,
70J Queen & Fort Street Stores. If
Crystal Soda foils
Ginger Ale, Croam Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade,! Snrsaparillu,
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
made from the pure Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to bo the boat.
KST We aUo invite parties Intending
starling stores for the sale of iced
drinks aud wishiug fountain supplies,
to cull on us befoio going elsewhere.
flu Crystal Sola Works,
P. O. Uox 897, Honolulu.
30 BAYS !
LAIirWKlGll T . WAltCN'S
for Lndlus, Gents and Children at
uOo on the $1.
Our 05c llalbiigau Vest Js twtra good
No such opportunity to purchase these
world.iciiowned goods at half price
cm pqlbly occur again tills teuton.
"lB8 GGlltS $12 Soils.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
rI he Greatest llnrgain ever oirered iu
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, $7 fin.
These are all Ulmnud nicely and well
Ml vnrd-. of Choico Pi ints for 1.
10 yatds of .( wide Cotton loi $1,
M yaidii of Imbleached Cotton for 1,
413 do, of Gents' lino Ncckweai, at 50c
118 do7. of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 25c each, orlh COc.
Gent's White Shirts
We claim to have the laigest aud
most complete Slock in this city, the
very 3 best make and the very lowcM
Every Shiit warranted LINEN
BOSOM, l.VXEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our 2 50 shirt we will sell tor !!0
dajs only at ijl )" each, whcncvei
bought by single one or 10 dozen al the
300 do, of Mackinaw Huts at POc each,
Our 82 60 Ham we will foil at 1 05,
JS" Come and look at these Hats and
you cannot icsist fiom buying.
Our entire line of Hosiery will be sold
at 00c on the $.1.
Infante.' Short Dresses, Cambric-Xan-
sook stylishly made 4 and trimmed
1 1 cm COc up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Aiasenc, ol 25o a do, former price, 50c.
Chenille, at 25u a doz, former juice, 50c.
OiaS'i, $1 and 3 Pompoms will be
sold dining the next 10 days for$l 50
House, corner Fort and Hotel stieeos.
WEMER & CO.
NO. 03 jroiia1 6TIIEET.
Constantly oti hand a large assortment
of every desciiiitionofJowclry, 'Watches,
Gold and Silver Platod Ware, &o.
li SUg 8 UUtto.
TIirRSDAY. OCT. 7. 188G.
UP AND DOWN THE COAST.
"Wlicii Horace Greeley uttered that
sage advice, "Go West, young
man," he promised that lie would
bring up on the eastern side of the
Rooky Mountains, for ho knew very
little at that time of the Pacific side
of the country. California has a
chain of coast counties stretching
from Oregon to Mexico, a distance of
nearly eight hundred miles. Not one
of these counties contains one-tenth
the population that might well be
stippoitcd iu comfort tlnougli a fur
ther development of natural rc
sottrocs. San Francisco being only
a city and not being an agricultural
county, is excepted from this esti
mate.' There ate three great parallel
lines of development. The llrst is
along the coast line taking in, say,
for much of the way, two tiers of
counties. The second is along the
midland valleys which extend six
hundred miles more or less. The
third is along the western slope of
the Sierra anil other ranges of
mountains on the easterly side of
the State. Along these lines so dis
tinctly marked by physical features,
a great industrial "development is
going on. The physical elements of
three great States are here combined
in one. The moist timber belt and
the wooded hills along the ocean will
never be less attractive than now.
All along the western slope rivers
and brooks are llowing down to the
sea the year, round. These do not
depend upon melting snows because
for the most part, no snow falls, or
not enough to swell any stream.
For (100 miles along this coast line
very little irrigation is needed to in
sure one good crop each year.
Clops ate made sure from tlic win
ter and spring rains and from the
moisture deposited by fogs coming in
from the ocean. Uwt beyond the
moi'it belt, or rather at the extreme
southern end of the California coast
line, there is the great county of
San Diego, which is just now at
tracting as much or mote attention
than any other county in the State.
It h.is been made accessible by rail
roads, and was always accessible by
water and has a good harbor. It is
interesting to note the number of
catgocs of lumber, lime and all
kinds of building mateiial going to
these extreme southern points. A
few years ago a solitary schooner
loadedwitli lumber for one of these
southci n ports would stuff the mar
ket. Now a fleet of sailing vessels
are constantly plying between north
ern ports and such ports as "Wilming
ton and San Diego. They are princi
paih' laden with building materials,
although lailroad ties and coal make
up some important cat goes.
The northern coast counties at
present are contributing a great deal
of building material for the south
ern coast counties. A few years ago
the hide drogher called in at these
ports once a year or so and took in
a cargo for Boston. Now the very
bleeds of cattle which furnished
these hides have, for the most part,
disappeared, Every foot of land
susceptible of cultivation has be
come quite too valuable for the pro
duction of the half-wild native
stock that formerly roamed over
these great unpopulated areas. San
Diego county is the latest to be
brought into agticultural promi
nence. The comparatively dry mesa
lands are the natural home of the
grape, as well as neatly all fruits
needing groat and long-continued
summer heat to bring them to per
fection. Some years ago this journal
pointed out the ultimate certainty of
a line of railroad down the coast
tier of counties from San Francisco
to San Diego. No matter how many
railroads in the interior were built,
the population and lesources of
these counties would make a line of
coast road a certainty. Ten years
ago there were few indications that
such a lino would Ue immediately
constructed. It is not .yet com
pleted. But probably before the
expiration of another j'car thcro will
be an entire chain of coast road
completed of nearly, or quite, five
hundred miles in' length. Slowly
the gap in the San Luis Obispo and
Santa Barbara counties is abridged.
It turns put that there are no iu
sepaiable physical obstacles ; In fact
the great trunk lines on the South
ern Overland will avoid the climb at
Tchachepi, with a gain of about
eighty miles in the reduced distance.
Tlio completion of this great lino of
coast roatj jyill bring these counties
into much greater prominence, In
some impoitant Mitiso there will he
a new era of industrial development.
The coast lino going north Is not
making much progress ; but there is
qttito as good a prospect that iu ten
years a line of railroad will be
pushed through the extreme noitli
western coast counties as tliero was
ten years ago that'll lino of railroad
would be completed south as far as
San Diego, The gap to be filled
between California and Oregon by
way of tlio Upper Saoratnpnto Valley
is now hardly moro than ninety
miles. Piobably a year or two
hence, a eiti.en of Washington Ter
ritory may travel every foot of the
way from Puget Sound to the Bay
of San Diego by rail i and at Sacra
mento ho can choose a coast no pr
tlte ono through tlio great San
Joaquin Valley. This middle action
of the State is the great wheat-producing
area, and more recently it
lias como into special notice for tlio
development of a great viticultttral
interest. Population is drawn hither,
hamlets become towns and towns
become prosperous cities.
The IiuhIb along tlio western slope
of llic" Sierra 4irc attracting popula
tion, becauso among other advan
tages ono of the most promising
fruit belts is found tlioto. Theie is
no lack of wood and water, and
probably so long as the production
of fruit is a paying industry, the
fair and largo fruit of this hill coun
try will attract nn industrious and
enterprising population. These
thrco agricultural belts, so unlike iu
many physical features, were never
more attractive than now. The
demonstrations iu agriculture and
kindred pursuits have gone far
enough to prove that except along
the rocky crests of mountains, there
will ultimately bo very little waste
or worthless land iu California.
S. V. Bulletin.
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 ways. 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 inquite
closely into the items of expendi
ture. If embezzlement, or what is
known among the politicians as
"lioggihg" .is suspected or estab
lished, there is no way of punishing
The funds aic detived fiom a
great variety of bources. Corpora
tions which hac interests antago
nistic to the comniunitv bleed
freely. The unfortunate candi
dates are next squeezed till they
are dry. Persons apparently ani
mated solely by political entliusiam
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. Laigo amounts so
realized, less the peicentago 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 880,000 was raised for the
campaign expenses of the Repub
licans. Geo. C. Gorhnm'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 newspapeis 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
viitue and intelligence of the 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
ence. Nothing is to be expected from
the corporations and individuals
who seek to make their point by
bribery. They will go on and spend
their money until some of them are
brought up with a round turn. But
menaced interests shafild not so
easily succumb to blackmail, and
candidates should button up their
pockets. Tliero is no need for a
tithe of the money that is expended
in politics. Some of it especially
that used in bolstering up decaying
newspapers works a positive in
jury. There is need for a compa
ratively small sum for the hiring ot
halls and bands of music, to defray
the expense of traveling orators, to
publish notices, print tickets, and
pay fordetective work in connection
with the registration of voters, but
that is all. S. F. Bulletin.
We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slitrht
derangement of the stomach, but, if
neglected, t in time involve-j tlio whole
frame, embiaeiug the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and in fact the entile gland.
ular sybtem; and tlio alllieted dings out
a mibcrablo existence until death gives
relief fiom BUli'eriug. The diseato is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if the reader will ask hliusell the
following questions hu will be able to
determine whether he himself U ono ot
the alllieted: Have 1 dlbtress, pain, or
elilllculty In breathing after eating? Is
there a dull, heavy ioollng, attended by
diowsinessV Have the eyes a yellow
tingeV Does a thick, sticky muroiu
gather about tlio gums and teeth iu the
mornings, accompanied by a dibiigrec.
ubh: taste Is the tongue coated? Is
there pain in the sides and back? Is
tliero a fullness about the light side us
if the liver weio cnlaigingy Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud.
denly from an lipiiypntitl pottlouy Aio
tlio secretions from tlio kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit alter standing?
Does food torment boon aflei eating,
accompanied by flatulence oi belching
of gas fiom the btoinaeliV Is thoro fie.
quenl palpitation of tlio heart? There
various bymptonis may not bo present at
one time, but they toiinoHl the sulloitr
in turn aa llio tfieadful dUetuo pio
gicsscb. If the cast) bo one ol long
standing, theio will bo a diy, hacking
cough, attended after u time by cxptc
toiation. In very advanced Btngoa the
skin assumes a dirty brownish appear."
uncu, and the hands and fccttuucoercd
by n cold btlcky peispliatlon. As the
liver and Uidiibys ieccinu mpio and
more diseased, rheuinntip pains tippeui,
and the usual treatment proves entlielv
unavailing ngaiust the latter agouibliig
disorder. The origin of this malady it
indigcbtion or dyspepsia, and a small
quantity of the proper medicine wl 1
reinovo tio disease if taken iu Its iucip
iency, h Is most Impoitant that Uu
disease should bo promptly and proporly
treated in its Hrst stages, when a litt'o
medicine will effect a cure, and even
when it has obtained a stiong hold the
correct icmeily frhould be persevered Ju
until every cstlgo of the dtsenso is
eradicated, until the nppetllc lias return
ed, and the digestive organs rcstoi'cd to
u healthy condition. The surct and
most effectual iciuedy lor this dlMics.
iug complaint U "Sclgcl's Cuinllvc
Sjiup." a vegetable piepnralion sold by
all chemists and mdiciiio vendois
theoitgliout the world, nndbythcpio
prletom, A. .1. White, Limited, London,
Vj. O This Svi-vp strikes at the cry
Inundation ot the disease, and diics It,
loot and branch, out of thoRjsleni. Ask
your ihemlst for Solgel's Curative
S i up.
"EasUtiect Mills, Camhildge.hu Hh,
"London, E C, duly 24th. 1882
llr, Jt gives mc gicat pleasure to bo
able to add my testimony in favour of
yoiu aluablc Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had Milleted for somu length of time
from a socic form o I IndlgeMinn, and
the long train of dlsticsslng symptoms
following that disease. 1 had tiled all
possible means to gel relief, by seeking
the best medical advice. I had hw allow,
cd sufficient of their sstull to Ileal u man.
ol-war, so to speak, but all to no aall.
f i lend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my sulleihigs, biouglit
with him a bottle of jour Sclgel Syrup;
ho advised mo to try it, stating ho lelt
conlldcnt It would bcuclHmc. Uelng
weaiv of tiymg so many drugs, I con
demned It befoie tilal, thinking it could
not possibly, Jo me any e;ood, but ulti
mately determined to lake the Syruii.
After doing so for a short time it work,
ed s'icli a change In mu tha't 1 continued
taking it for neaily two months and I
then felt thoroughly cured, lor L have
discontinued Its ue for five, weeks, and
leel in tlio best ol health, and can par.
tnke any kind of food with ease and
comloit. I am therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restoiedto
the state of health 1 now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. FoiihTKii.
"ToJIr. A. .1. White"
Those who me in the "Asthma
Fur unco" should lo:e no time in obtain
ing relief by the u-e op-Tho Rosing
weed Tar 3ti.tiiie;'' but do not ue the
medicine unle-" you will follow all the
uneeltons "to me letter "
Poor Asthma tufl'urcrs, uho uro
sli.ingeis to "tiicd Nature's t.wect
icitoiur, lalm. sduep," should make use
of "The Koriirwced Tnr Mixture." Quiet
leficidiing fclccp will lollow its us-e
" Wntei loo I louse, London Stile, Chls
wick, "Pebruaiy 17th. 18S2.
"Messrs. Wnite and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It is nith sjioat pleas
uiu that I add my testimony to the
wondeifid efieots'of'Selgel's t-jiup. For
yeais I unci been suffering fiom bilious
attacks, winch began with giddiness;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that 1 should not bo able to recognise
any one or anj thing at the distance of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
bo followed by excessive ticmbling ot
my knees, so that 1 could not bland
without suppoit; afler which a eeie
headache would occur, lasting often t o
or tlnee dags. I have tiied various
l eincdics for these disticijsuig symptoms,
but until I tiled fceigel's tyiup I had no
relief :-inco then I have'had excellent
health in every lespect, and if ever I
feel a headache couiini: on I take one
close of the Syiup, which arrests ir.
Hoping that this testimonial may be the
menus of inducing others (who suffer as
1 used) to tiy theSjrup, as I feel sure
they will leeebe speedy bcnellt anil
ultimately be cuied, 1 beg to lcmain,
"A. II. Hoinox."'
Selgel's Operating Pills pievent ill
effects fiom excoss In eating or drink
ing. A good dose at bed-time rendeis
a pel son lit for buslndss in the morning.
If yon have Asthma use- -TheRosInweed
No. 00 Nuuanu fctreet.
rs. T?rTm r nn a o t
VX Contractor fej
aud Builder ,"zZ3&$gSi
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work flntsh. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
PLANING MILL- F
Alalcuu, nenr lucpn St. Mh
Telephone al). M
Contractor suicl Ituiltler.
S'oies and olllcea titled up, Estimates
given on all kinds ol In ink and wooden
buildings, l'lans and Hpicttlcatlous fur.
uihhed tgT Ollice, 110 Heietania St.;
Mutual 'telephone, IW2; l'oslolllcu Box,
1110. s)22 ly
Hhoads & Greene,
Houso Buildera and Architects.
l'lniis, Bpecillcationbiuid detailed Draw,
ingi- furnishid lor all kinds ol wood or
luick buildings, and Estlpintcs given
loi the biune. All jobbing promptly at-
leneieu to niiti ehargrs moderate, Any
of the above wot I; entiutted to our caie,
will reeelvo our peisonal attention.
Oidera fiom tint other iRlandb solicited.
Office and Shop, 88 Queen St.
Honolulu, May 7, 1880. !'.2!1 ly
Ofllce, corner Alakea and Queen stieots,
MUTUaI. TKI.Kl'HONK, liijli.
8l-t P. O. Uox 117. dm
N. T. BURGESS,
84 King street, : : Houolulu.
(,'ui'iieiitcr unit Jtulliler. lliictace and
Draying and steamer Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by a first-class
workman at Y8 King street,
Jobbing In above lines attended to with
promptness, and charges nccordlug to
the amount and quality of work.
Odlco Telephone, 202. Residence, 153,
143 ly '
Blacksmith Work :
79 & 81 Km Street
JLtti 1'iuiccM litiu IviiiK1 unci jMerelxutt WIN.
Kvery description of woik In the nbote lines pcrfoimcd In a llist-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing- a Specialty.
EJT He) Telephone, 107. tea (327 h) CT ndl Telephone, 107. -a
IN'e-w Goods ly
.lust received, exLnpwing,
nrcd by Jolinnn Maria '.
Prepared by Jolinnn Maria Faiina,
Mister & Co-.,
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Real Estate Agent,
Amnio incut Agent,
wildei's Steamship Agent,
ureal lltirlingiou Kailioatl Agent
JO! Ill 1. 8
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
.Will be open every afternoon and even.
Monday, Tuemlny, Weducudny nud
To the public in general.
For ladios and gentlemen. "
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Monagor.
.OAT Jr. &Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
Tlio Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at tlio Gazette Block. Merchant
j&TTho English Admiralty Charts
aliMtys on hand. 1 by
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Pluinbers, Gas Fitters
and Copper-binilhs, No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. tST House and Ship Job
Work-promptly executed. 103
J A. MpKENgSIE,
and Gas Filter.
All ordeis for House
or &hlp work
tST Simp next to Post Ofllce, Ilcthel
btrcot. P. O. Uox 100. Hell Tele.
phono -124. M ly
R. MORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & General Machinist.
r?T All work Promptly and neatly Per.
lormed. 205 3m
Old Bum Premises,
HONOLULU, II. I.
TVovelties iiiX-isxmp Oooi,
A new Involco of Lanterns, Kerosene Oil of the very
Best Quality, Sinves, Ilnnirr and Tinware.
FIKE-PKOOF fc?IlirsGL.IO PAINT,
Recommended by Fire Undrrwrltcis of San Fiancisco,
etc , etc. An actual Protection ngtilnst Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full lines of Hardwnrc, Agricultural Implement, etc.
12 very Steamer. 117
a large consignment of
109 Fort Street.
Honolulu, 1-X. I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager IlawalianHOppia House, '
fire anil title lusuraniti Agent,
. . MWJH' ... I Ul ., CTA
TEST, OOTPEK, AND
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &e.'
made ot tlio latest designs.
fl Honolulu iron Works,
g5Stcam engines, sugar mills, boil
ers, coolersj iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. I'aiticularnttentiou paid
to ship's black sinithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1
Reading Room Association..
Cor. Hotel & Alukcu Streets
Open every Day and Evening.
The Llbmry consists nt tlio picsent
time of ocr Five Thousand Volumes.
The Rending Room is'Mipplied with
about llfty of tlio leading newspapers
A Parlor Is piovlded for con vci sallow
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
month, payable cjinuleilv In advance
No formality lcquiiod in 'joining except
Strangers fiom foielgn countries and.
visitors from the other Islands mo wel
come to the rooms at all times us guests.
This Association having no icgtilar
ineaus of summit except tlio dues of
members, It Is expected that resident
of Honolulu who elesho to avail them
feejes of Its pilvileges, and all who feel
an interest in maintaining an Institution
of this kind, w ill put clow u their names,
and become icgiilur cniitilbutois,
S. 1). DOLE. Pieshlcnt,
M. M. SCOTT, VIeo-Picsldent,
JI. A. PAHMELEE, Secietnry,
A. L.SMITH. Tieusiuer,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Llbraiy Committee,