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For a Lai'ge & Yariefl AssorMeat of Goofls
Snitablc 1'ov '-o Celebration of Xovcmlier KJtli,
to r'i'ive. -with Ulisis. ,T. Fislich
fin thp llpinpsfe Up! H
The Leading Milliueiy
A Large and Elegant Stock of Blisses awl Childi en's Spring Heel Shoes of all
sizes. Also, .1 Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alalcea Streets,
has heoeivhd, pek austkalia,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Ilalilmt, Ilauif-, llacon, Diode Codfish, Kits and tins Sal.
won Bellies, kegs Uuttci lala Cheese, kegs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Table Hal
Bins, Figs, Almonds, 'Walnuts, Spietd Peef, Honed Chicken, Luncli Tongues, Chip,
ped Beef, cases Oystc j, Sardines, Sea Fo mi Crackers, Flour, Bran, 'Wheat, Oats,
"White Castile Soap, Granulated Sugar, Culm Sugar, Pondered Sugar, Germeu,
.Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, Pieneh Peas, etc. Abo,
" Good Night " and Palace Erands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest! market tales and Satisfaction Guaranteed. C5f P. 0. Pox H7SJ:
842 Telephone 110.
Just received, ex Lapw
Prepared by Joliunn Maiia Faiina,
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Estate Agent, Custom House Broker,
Employment Agent. Money Broker,
"Vvilcfer's Steamship Agent, Manager HnwailanJOpeia House,
Great Burlington Huilioad Agent Fire and Life.Iiiburuuco Agent,
in America. (lWJy)
House, corner Tort inul Hotel strcccs.
Ing, v. Jargox'onbignment of
109 Fort Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
lu gHUjl lU&lfou
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 20. 188G.
The llussian jotunals arc publish
ing very seilucl'vo deseiip'tions of
the Caucasian districts abulling on
the Mack Sea, with the object of
inducing agticuUuval colonists to
lcpair lliilhcr. The land is leprc
Bunted as an earthly puiadise in
which the climate excels the most
favored pails of the lciveia, the
vegetation is semi-tropical in vaiiety
and h'uiiancc and the ivgin for
ests abound in costly limber, such
as the Caucasian p.V'n and the led
mahogany, which g -ow lb an enor
mous s'c. The valleys and even
the mountains to a consideiable
height arc clothed with rhododen
drons and azaleas for the greater
pail of the year, the potts aic never
obstiucted by ice, in fact there is
no winter, and autumn insensibly
merges into spi ing. All the dainti
est ii'uits ilourish to perfection in
the orchaids, and the vine is not
only gigantic but prolific. There is
an indigenous lea-liec which will
stand comparison with the Chinese
plant, and hops, tobacco and cotton
find a congenial home in the soil.
Cereals of all kinds multiply ex
ceedingly, a grain of mai.e fructi
fying several thousand-fold. The
abundance and lichncss of the mul
berry lico offer brilliant prospects
to the cultivator of the silkworm and
the bee-master cannot fail to thrive
whcie a petpetual feast of aromatic
flowcis is spicad for his hives. Yet
this land of Cocaizorc is almost
destitute of inhabitants, notwith
standing many attempts made by
the Russian Government dining the
ycais that have elapsed since the
iall of Schatnyl, to attract the tide
of emigration thither. Free allot
ments of land at the late of 135
acics per famity have been made lo
rural communities, and tracts of
various sizes up to a maximum of
8,000 acres have been sold at the
moderate price of less than -1 rubles
an acre, payable in ten annual in
stallments. The failure of these
laudable endeavors to people and
develop the country is attributed to
the lack of adaptability to change of
circumstance in the Russian agri
cultural classes. The modes of culti
vation lcquircd are very different
from, and the scale of cxpendittne
far higher at the outset, than what
prevails in the plains of Russia
proper. Gratuitous giants of land
have also from time to lime been
made to Government officials
throughout the Caucasus amounting
to nearly 150,000 acres in the neigh
borhood under mention, but from
want of capital and labor few or no
efforts have been made to biing
them into cultivation. It is now
contemplated to rescind these
grants and to resume possession to
the Stale of all lands which have
been allowed to lie idle, and to in
auguiale a new scheme of coloniza
tion by Coss-cks, who have shown
themselves in their settlements
the Kuban and the Teiek to be the
best pionecis of civilization to be
found among the subjects of the
Czar. One essential political ad
vantage expected fiom this piojcct
would be the disscveiance of two
hostile elements by planting a war
like Christian race between the
Mussulman tribes of the interior
and their co-religionists in Turkey.
The frontier they would occupy lias
ever since its annexation been one
of the weakest points of the Russian
Empiie, exposed, from the nature
of its coast line, in time of peace to
the inclusions of smugglers and in
the case of war or threatened hostili
ties to the introduction of aims and
foreign emissaries, and extremely
difficult to control by means of
u Misers. Whether the Cossack,
whose, admirers say he is the best
combination of sailor and l'ght dra
goon in the world, will also prove a
good gardener, forester and farmer,
and biinj with him sufficient capital
for the exploitation of the modern
Eden depicted in the previous
lines, is to approach the quostion
horn a point of view ignored per
haps by his military patrons. S.
THRILLING EXPERIENCE OF A LIGHT
Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 2
Here and hereabouts, at Brighton
Beach and Somer Point the earth
quake was distinctly felt. Major
A. G. Wolf, the old keener of tho
lighthouse, was at its top whe tho
shock occurred. "I never was so
badly fiightcncdinallmylifeabl was
last night in my lonely, diz;.y towci-,"
said he. "I was standing on the
balcony of the lighthouse when I
felt the tower begin to bvay. Jt,
immediately struck mo that it was
an earthquake, and I dctcimiucd to
stait for the bpiral btniiway, but
what was unaccountable, 1 found it
almost impossible lo lift my foot
from the floor of tho balcony. As I
grasped tho rail, more seated than I
cnicd to own to myself, I saw great
llocks of biuls coining towards the
light fi om faouie point that 1 could
not imagine, as no birds were in
sight before the shock. Hundreds
and hundreds of plover, yellow-legged
snipe, millet English sparrows
and strange sea-birds circled w ildly
about the gicat lump and dashed
themselves in tenor, and in a way
that I never saw them do before,
against tho thick glass panes around
tho lamp, until their blood dyed tho
glass. All this occurred in fifteen
or twenty bccowis, when, the JigUt-
house began to rock much moro
severely. Badly frightened, I let
go the iron railing and rushed into
the lamp-room, where tho lamp was,
swinging as it never had before in
the fiercest gale of winter that ever
struck tho tower. All tho chains,
the rocks, tho instruments and the
clocks wcic rattling against the side3
of tho lighthouse, and as I glanced
at the b'g clock I saw that the hands
pointed to D:-15 v. i. I felt that
the sooner 1 got a little neater the
cailh tho better, and 1 hunied to
the winding stainvay, andata pi city
fair rate of speed descended safely.
1 should judge tho shock lasted
about a minute at least, and I want
you to know that a minute in the top
of a big lighthouse in nneaithquake
is a prctlj long time." Louisville
INDUSTRIAL GROWTH OF THE SOUTH.
The industrial growth of the
South that has for several years at
tracted so much attention, lias lately
been maiked by a decided movement
towaul the wider diversification of
manufactures. Ono of the most
noticeable features of this change is
the establishment of steel works in
that section. At Chattanooga a
twenty-five, ton steel plant was lately
put into operation, and has been
running very successfully since. In
the same city Bessemer steel rail
works, to produce 150 tons a daj',
arc under construction. A large
steel plant has just been finished in
Wheeling, and now Richmond is lo
have steel woiks with a daily
capacity of 200 tons, while Knox
villc will probably soon follow; in the
same line, as the Knoxvillc Iron
Company expect shortly to establish
a steel plant. These facts mean that
the South is no longer to be engaged
in ptoducing the raw material only
for others lo turn into highly-finished
manufactured goods. The era of a
wide diversification of industrial in
terests is now opening in the South,
and the outlook for a solid and sub
stantial development of the South's
manufactures grows more promising
every dtvy. Baltimore Manufac
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Bed.
Mit. JiuiTon: While spending a few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Aberystwith, Caidigaushhe, Wales, I
heard lelatcd what seemed to me citliei
a fabulous story or a marvellous cure.
Thchtoiy was that a pooi suflerei who
had not been able to lie down in bed foi
bix long ycais, giveu up to die by all the
Doctois, had been speedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It as related
with the moie implicit confidence fiom
the ciicumstancc, as was said, that the
Vicar of Llanrystyd was familiar with
the facts, and could vouch for the truth
Having n little curiosity to know how
sucb Btorics grow in travelling, 1 took
the liberty while at the village of Llan.
rystyd to call upon the Vicar, the Rev.
T. Evans, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a total strati,
gcr to him, both he and his wife most
graciously cuteitaincd me in a half
hour's conversation, principally touching
the case of Mr. Pugh, in which they
bccmed to lake a deep and sympathetic
lnteiest, having been familiar witli his
suBetings, aud now icjoiceil in what
seemed to them a most remarkable cure.
The Vicar remaikcd that he presumed
his name had been connected with the
leport fiom his having mentioned the
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llanon. He said Mr. Puirli was former.
ly a lesideutof their parish, but ivas now
living in the parish of Llauddcinol.
He btrongly vouched Mr. Wm. Pugh's
characlei as a lcbpectablc fanner and
worthy of credit. I left the veuerablo
Vicar with a livelier sense of tbe happy
l elation of a pastor and people, feeling
that he was one who tiuly sympathised
with all who uie alllicted iumind, body,
On my return to Aboijstwith, I was
impicsbcd with a desiie to sec Mr. Push,
whose icpuliHion stood so high. Ills
finm is called Pancoai-Mawr, signifying
"above the us igle," biiuulcd near the
summit of n binoolh lound hill, over
looking u beautiful v.'llcy in which is
situated the lovely ivyniaullcd Church
of Llanddcbiol. 1 found Mi. Puuh.
appaieully about 40 year old, of medium
height, laihcr slight, with n iicabantuud
intelligent uee. I ,of mm i bail neaiel
of his gicat aflliclio.) rud oj his lemurlc
able aud rhnott miiaculoub icllcl, and
that I had come to learn fiom his own
lips, what theie was of tuilh in the re
ports. . ,
Mr. Pugh lcmaikcd that his neigh,
hois had taken a kindly and symp
athetic intcicsl In his case for many
year,, but of late tiich hitcics had been
greatly aw'veued by a happy change in
his condition. Whntyoii lepoil .is hav
ing hiaid ubiodd, sniii lie, is biibstant.
ially lino, Willi one cj.cepilon. I nover
understood tbiu my cabo was ever given
up as hopelcbs by any Physician. I
have been lici'.ed by boveuil Doctois
heie.ibouts, as good us any in Wales, but
unfortunately no picbcuptiou of theirs
ever hioughi the dcbiud lelief.
Fifteen ycais ago, ho bald, I iirst be
came conscious ol a fcour and dciangLd
btoniBch and lob of appetite, which the
Doctors told ma was Dyspepsia. What
lood I could hold in my btomac.h seem
ed lo do me no good and was often
tin own up with painful retchings. This
was followed after u time with a hourbe
ncss and a raw Bareness of the throat
which tho Doctors called bronchitis.
and 1 wus ti cited for that, but witli
little success. Then camu shortness of
breath ami u sense of suH'ocation, cspc.
daily niglilh, Willi clammy bweat, and I
would have to get out of bed and bonie.
times open a door or window in winter
weather to till -my lungs witli the cold
About six ycais ago I bcciuiio so bad
that I could not sleep in bid, hut had to
take my unquiei test aud dieiuny sleep
bitting in an armchair. My alllictlou
deemed to bo working downward into
my bowels as well as upwards into my
lungs nod throat. In the violent cough,
ing spams which grew moro frequent,
my abdomen wouluexpand and collapbe
ond at times it would seem that Ibhould
suflocate. All this time I was reduced
in strength bo that I could perform no
hard labor and my spiiits weri conse
Earl in this lust spring Iliad a Mill
moro severe upusinoUlc attack, and my
tjuumiy iiiiu n uunresBeu
ll'nvl. t.. .1.1.. 1.... 1
family and nclghbois became alarmed,
beliovlng Hint certainly I would not sur
vlve, when a neighbor, who had somo
knowledge, or had heard of the medi
cine, scut to Aberystwith by tho driver
of tho Omnibus Post, soino seven miles
distant, and fetched n bottle of Mother
Scigcl's Curatlvo Srup.
Good Dry Main dial's,
Cigarottos of Every Description,
Every kind of Smoking Material, any
quantity, and tho bct quality, nt
F. Hilder's Central Cigar Stand.
J. H. SOPER,,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.)
Dealers in nil kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at tho Gazette Block, Merchant
US" Tho English Admiralty Charts
always on hand. 1 by
Ever issued in the Hawaiian
A Complete Record
with verbatim Rcpoits of Speeches
OJP 1 8 SO,
will be issued from tho
At the close of the Session, and will
consist of tho reports published
from day to day in the Bulle
tin, with corrections, where neces
sary. The Bulletin Reports are
STRICTLY IMPARTIAL and are
THE ONLY- PHONOGRAPHIC
which have been taken.
Jj-The Edition will be limited,
and orders should be sent to the
Bulletin Office without dclayi All
orders received in time will bo filled
as soon as tho book is published.
LL orders for Cartage promptly at--CJL
tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices,
Olllco, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
082 ly Mutual Tilephono No. 10.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tie Pad Transfer Go.
Olllco with O. K. Miller,
42 Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I am fully prepared to do all kinds of
drayugo, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantee to execute faith,
I ....,. ,
1 02 ly S. F. GRAnAMi Prop r.
New GooiIh ly
J01 ITT, 1. 8 KaaluMi Street.
I'.Mjt Til ILL1 J Jfrf-.-UiJlLHI 1 A. iJ-VrV
Granite, lion and Tin .Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, Til", "COPPER AND
903 SHEET IRON' WORK
,(rrs t0' ySm
Will be open eveiy afternoon and even.
ing as" follows:
Monday, Tuesilay, "lVolneHlny anil
Saturday 1) enlnjjH,
To tho public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen."
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Fiiday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
No. CO Ntiuanti S ti cct.
WEMER & CO.
MaiuifUf't living .TowellcrH,
pro. OS iroivv btbeet.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of every description of Jew u1 ry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Wine, &c.
Tho Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
aud a general assortment of
4i& Bar Iron. C'y
HONOLULU, II. 1.
jLXoveltics in 3aanx O-oocls,
A new Invoice of Lanterns. Keioscno Oil of the veiy
Best Quality, Hiovc, llaiiires and Tinware
ifiKia-ritooir shingle 3i?A.iiVx
'Recommended by Fire Undcrwrituis of fan FinncUrn,
etc , etc. An actual FjoUcllou aijalnt-t File.
n2arden Hand Grenades,
Lot. to Close ConHlirmnent
Full lines of Hardware, Agricultural Implement", etc,
A LARGE & ELEGAMt
Stock of Goods
Deceived ex Zcalandia,
J. T. Waferhouse's
7CJ Queen & Fort Street Stores. tf
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarsaparilla
Fruit Syiups and Essences and
madejfrom the puio Apple, all of which
we gu.uantce to bo the best.
J6T" We also invite parties intending
stalling' stoies foi the "bale ot iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us bcfoie going elsewhere.
Tin Crystal Soli Works,
P.O. Pox S97, Honolulu.
No. 63 Hotel street ,
Opposito International Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticke,-
Mado of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &o.'
made of Ibo latest designs.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel At Alnkcu StreetH.
Open eery Day and livening.
The Llbiiuv com-Ists at tho present
tinio of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Heading Jtoom Is Mippllcd with
about fifty of tho leading newspapers
and ei ioilicjlri.
A Pnilor is piovldcd for coiivcis.vtlon
Terms of liicniboishlp, fifty cents u
mouth, payable ipmiteily In advance.
Xo formality iupihed In joining except
signing the loll. , , ,
Htrangeis from foi olgu eountiles nnd
vleltois fiom tho other IslaiuU mo wel
come to tho looms, at all times at. guests.
This Association Imvln-r no regular
means of Mippoit except tho dues of
incmbeis, it Is expected that les dents
of Honolulu who desho to avail Urom
bolvcrt of its piivileges, and all who feel
an intei est in maintaining an Institution
of tills kind, will put down their iiaines
and become ii-guhireoiitilbutois.
H. Jl. DULU. riesiiiont,
Ohuirinuu Hall umlLibiuiy Committee,
M. M. suurr, vico-i'iesiuonr,
Jl. A. lAHMKLi:i:, Seeielary,
A. L. SMITH, Ti winner,
L&i s4M;-fc.,(i. i
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