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Facie Carriage Go.
Telophono 410, both Companies,
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND:
Corner Queen Jto JPtyvt &l.
C. Buchanan, 129. h Uils Company
nro owned by
: W. Mooro, 200. : lh0r drivers,
N. Polorion, . 201,: who w,n c,u
. , . dcavor to do
: 0. Baker, 89. : their best to
J. Brown, - 193.: llrfy ll,0!r,l'a
. ' '. trona by civility
: N. Doylo, GO. : mid mohlhatb
'. ' OlIAIinKH.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Cornet' ofXiiunuit A Hotel MtreetH.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
Tills Carriage Company has been re
cctitly organized, und guarantees to
furnish good conveyances, trustworthy
drivers, and will make no extortionate
All calls will bo )roinpt1y attouded to.'
Carriages at all limits, day and night.
Saddle Hones, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts witu myllsh and gentle
horses to let.
A few HorbC, guaranteed. Second
baud Hacks, Open and Top Bugglc,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES Jk. IlAYJiKV.
Electric House Bells!
Put In Stores, Houses, Servants' Out.
houtt.?, Stablo3, and
Burglar Alarms !
At reasonable rates. For further
particulars call on
n n nnd Locksmith,
Bethel Street, - Honolulu.
For a Coin-He of 8 Ie.sjsonK,
Sutlleieiit to get the pupil to reading and
writing Pnonography, b( .OO.
For n Complete Flcincntnry
Of Tweuty.four Lesson-, 5U8.OO.
For the lteiiortiiig Conrse,
A sutllclent number of Lessons to make
the pupil, with pio-.ur exertions ou his
part, a Piactical IJtpoitur, w7o. Oi,
Reporting Lesions may bo taken in
Courses of Twenty-four Lessons, for
SIS per Course. Three Course, or
aeveuty-two Lesbons, will generally suf.
This instruction may be taken by mall.
For particulars enquire Ht THIS OF
FICE. 79 lm
FOK SAX FltAXCJSCO,
The new and fine Aljutecl Mcuiiuhip
Of theOecanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydnoy
and Auckland ou or nbout
il 9th, 1887,
And will leave for the above port with
mulls Hud pasktngcrs ou or about that
For fieljlit or passage, having SU.
PE1UOU ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney ' and Auckland,
The new and llnu Al steel stcamihip
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bu duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or al.out
.April 16th, 1887,
And will uavo prompt dhpatcli with
t7 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Tho Inter-Island tttenm
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
415 Bar Iron. ly
kAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 column, f-i per annum.
ADstru Mail . Service
mans unu ptsungem lor inoaijove poru.
For freight or pasbago, having SU.
PEIUCHl ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
IjiC gttUj gMJUihii
SATURDAY. MAK. 20, 1887.
KNOTS OF LABOR.
Till! AMUItlCAN lllSIIOl'S taki: I'AVOIl-
aulu vn;vs of Tin; ouuan-
Home, March 1. The correspond
ent of the Associated Press is
authorized to state that the Ameri
can. Bishops have taken favorable
views of the organization known in
the United Statc9 as the Knights of
Labor. Cardinal Gibbons has placed
before the Vatican a formal state
ment, as to tho natttie of the organ
ization and the itltilndu which the
Church should adopt toward it. The
Cardinal says in this that lie con
siders any condemnation of tho
Knights to be not only useless but
highly inopportune, and might alien
ate the sympathy of the American
laboring classes from tho Church
and hamper tho mission of the
Church to the laboring poor. In
addition to the above position re
commended by the statement of
Cardinal Gibbons, the Primate
treats the alarmists' theories ic
specting the Knights of Labor as
puerile, and he says that nearly one
third of the men belonging to the
organization aro Itoman Catholics.
Respecting the charge that tho asso
ciation is a secret older, the Cardi
nal says it is not a secret society in
tiie sense condemned by the Church,
and consequently is exempt from
canonical censure. In Canada the
case is different. Cardinal Gibbons
further says that he considers tho
organization of the Knights of Labor
in the United States not only harm
less, but possibly beneficial in assist
ing in the eventual settlement of the
great question of the proper rela
tions between labor and capital.
KKITCT OF THE OPINION.
New York, March 2. The Her
ald has interviewed a number of
vorkiiigmcn and labor agitators on
Cardinal Gibbon's friendly report on
the Knights of Labor. The general
impression seemed to be that the
order would be greatly strengthen
ed by the stand the Cardinal had
taken, and that although thousands
of Catholics belonged to tho order
already, thousands more would join
it who have up to tho present been
somewhat apprehensive that if they
became members they would hi ing
themselves under the ban of the
church against secret societies.
Henry George says: "I don't think
it will have much effect?"
New York, March 3. The Her
ald says: Among the clergy of
various denominations in this city,
that Cardinal Gibbons in laying be
fore the Vatican a favorable state
ment regarding the Knights of La
bor organization in the United
States has excited a great deal of
interest. Nearly everyone of some
twenty-live or thirty clcrgmen who
were spoken with yesterday on the
subject, expressed' satisfaction with
the Cardinal's course. It was gen
erally regarded that his recommend
ation, would be adopted by the
authorities at Koine, in which event
it appeared to be almost the uni
versal opinion that the Knights would
at- once receive grcataccessions of
strength and the order would as
sume an importance which it lias
never heretofore possessed. S. V.
BY RAIL TO THE 0XUS.
The poets of Asia have sung for
centuries of the beauty and fruitful
ness of the Zarafchan valley. The
fact that the environs of Samarcand,
Bokhara, and Khiva aro among tho
most fertile iu the world has count
ed for little in their development,
for almost pathless deserts separate
them from the lands that would
gladly buy their produce. Steam
cars, however, have come at lust to
supersede the costly camel caravans
that, since the Czar overpowered
the Khanates, have often been scut
to the Russian frontier.
When it was announced a few
weeks ago that the Traus-Caspin
Railroad had reached the Amu-Da-ria
at Chardjui, tho telegraph from
Khiva and Bokhara at once reported
that a number of caravans were
loading witli silks, leather, furs,
curpotsf and wool, which they would
take to Chardjui en route for
Kit rope. Mr. Lansdell told us two
years ago that Central Asian cotton
was of lino quality, and could be
raised in enormous quantities. It
now appears that as soon as it was
positively known that the railroad
would be advanced to tho Atiui
Daria, the planting of cotton in
Bokhara was very sensibly augment
ed. Thus the pulse-beats of west
ern commerce are beginning to bo
felt in tho remoter regions of tho
Mohammedan world, revivifying
countries long dormant that in tho
ago of Alexander tho Great wero tho
seat of an advanced and powerful
The ruins still exist of those
great canals that centuries ago led
tho waters of tho Mtirghab through
out tho Morv oasis, fertilizing tho
soil and Jilting It to bo the abiding
placo of a large and flourishing po
pulation. . Since tho railroad reach
ed Mcrv tho Turkomans there havo
begun the work of cleaning out and
restoring these old works of irriga
tion, and tho day is rnpidjy coming
when ancient Mcrv will loso tho sad
and arid aspect that now predomi
nates in all it3 borders. Tho rail
road that Gen. Anncnkoff pushed
forward through billows of sand and
a trmilc33 desert will bo tho means
of restoring to Mcrv tho verdure
and fertility she onco possessed.
Thu history of this lailroad enter
prise, which is kindling the spirit
of the western world amid the niins
of a dead civilization of the far cast,
is destined to make one of the most
interesting and lonianlie chapters
in tho story of modern progress.
TN. Y. Sun.
STANTON AT THE WAR DEPARTMENT.
Although Mr. Stanton was by
naturo an accessible man, it was
simply impossible for him to give
private audience to a tithe of per
sons who daily inquired for him.
Kvcn Senators and Representatives
iu Congress often had dilllciilty in
seeing htm at the times and iu the
manner they desited, and frequently
accepted "pot-luck" with the crowd
in the public icccptiou-rooni.
Colonel Hurdle, a handsome Scotch
looking olltccr, took charge of this
room early in the morning nnd, in
tho name and by authority of tho
Secretary, dispatched the business
of such as neither needed nor in
sisted upon the personal action of
tho Sectctary. He also sent iu the
names of such callers as he thought
the Secretary would privately re
ceive and, from time to time, went
in himself to lake the Secretary's
demands upon some case of special
dilllcully or importance. As nearly
as possible to 1 1 o'clock, the Secrc
taty, who had an almost religious
legard for this daily observance,
came into the room and took station
at the little, high desk near the
bottom, Colonel Ilardic or Major
i'elou.c being in attendance to as
sist him. lie waived everybody
back who approached him, until he
had completed a deliberate scrutiny
of the company and had received
from the olllccr iu attendance a
statement, iu a low voice, of the ex
ceptionally urgent or meiitorious
cases. Then, one after another,
he indicated those whom he wished
to draw near, beginning with the
soldiers, and, after them, calling up
the plainly dressed women, who
looked as if they might be boldicr's
kinfoik. If he happened to notice
that a soldier had crutches or was
weak from illness, ho would leave
the desk and go to him where he
was seated. Olllcers bearing visi
ble tokens of wounds or disability
were also preferred suitors, but with
other gentlemen of tho shoulder
strap ho was usually curt. Civilians
he treated accordingly as his humor
was affected by their statements or
manner, but there was always a gen
eral observance of the underlying
principle that this public reception
was for those who had no other
means of access to him. It was
here that Mr. Stanton might usual
ly be seen at his best. If a case of
unusual gallantry, merit, or suf
fering were stated, he would com
ment upon it aloud to the company,
ending with a moral, inviting to
patriotism, virture, or fortitude.
On the other hand, if he found a
woman suppliant embarrassed by
the publicity of btatement and ac
tion, lie would draw her beyond the
desk to tho window-recess and heat
her there, or send her to his room
to bo heard more leisurely or pri
vately. Some of us used to think,
while watching the Secretary at
these receptions, that a great power
had been lost to the pulpit when he
became a lawyer ; for he was nn ad
mirable preacher and far from
averse to sermonizing. f Century of
THE EARTHQUAKES OF 181 1 AND 1886.
The shocks of 1811-1U are, by
their violence and continuity, to be
ranked among the llrst score of re
corded earthquakes. Save, perhaps,
that which in 1810 disturbed the
delta of the Indus, in Western
Hindustan, tho Mississippi earth
quake of 1811 diioctly produced
more extensive and permanent local
geographical changes than any
other of which wc have an account.
So violent and continuous were tho
(makings that the alluvial land iu
tho neighborhood of New Madrid
was lowered below its previous level,
and into the depressed region tho
stream of the Mississippi poured in
such violence that for a timo its
lower waters, for a considerable
part of their course, turned back
ward toward their soiuce, Although
tho colonizing of tho district had
just begun, tho -rea of country
already cleared by settlors which
was converted into morasses by tho
shock was so great that the Govern
ment was compelled to furnish some
hundreds of thousands acres of new
lauds on higher ground to those
whose dwelling-places had been
made uninhabitable. 11 seems likely
that an area of not less than live
thousand square miles was, ou tho
average, though irregularly, low
ered to tho depth of ten feet bolow
its original level. Tho energy of
theso shocks was so great that the
low, strongly-built cabins of tho
frontiermcu were wrecked, tho for
est trees wero beaten against each
other, and their brandies inter
locked as they swung to and fro.
Tho irregular movements of tho
groupd led to tho formation of
numerous great crevices, from
which turbid wators wero thrown
up to a considerable height. To
protect thomsclves from being en
gulfed in theso iissurcs, the pcoplo
felled trees so that they lay ou tho
ground at right angles to the gen
eral ti end of tho fissures, and built
places of refuge on tho broad foun
dations which thoy thus secured.
There can bo no question that a
disturbance of this magnltudo
would, in tho present condition of
tho region where it occurred, cause
greater destruction than did that
which recently occurred at Charles
ton, S. C.
These two scries of shocks, that
of 1811 and 1880, have a close
general relation to each other; so
alike are they, Indeed, as to suggest
that the great series of repeated
shocks, gradually diminishing iu in
tensity, may bo the typo" of dis
turbance characteristic of tho low
land districts of the southern pait
of this Continent. The New Mad
rid earthquake of 1811 was, how
ever, by far the more extended
phenomenon ; tho shocks were more
frequent and of much greater vio
lence, and tho peiiod during which
they lecurred wan far longer than
in Hip Carolinian disturbances.
Scrihner's Magazine for March.
No monument to Garabaldi has
yet been erected at Naples. It
is now pioposed to placo one on thu
heights of St. Elmo, where it can be
seen from all parts of the city.
In the number of nit students,
ays a London Journal, the National
Gallery beats the Louvre, thu Pina
cothek, the Dresden Gallery, the
Uflizzi, tho Brora In fact, all the
other galleries in Europe where art is
cither taught or studied.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Australia April C
Alameda April 10
Australia May 4
Mariposa Ma H
Australia June 1
Zcalandia June 1 1
Australia June 20
Alameda July 0
Australia July 27
Mariposa August G
Australia August 21
Zcalandia September '1
Australia September 21
Alameda October 1
Australia October 10
Mariposa. . October 20
Australia November 10
Zcalandia November 20
Australia December 11
Alameda December 2 1
Lcavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Mariposa April 8
Australia April 1,1
Zcalandia May 0
Australia May 11
Alameda Juno 3
Australia June 8
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 0
Zcalandia July 20
Australia August .'3
Alameda August 20
Australia August 31
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 28
Zcalandia October 21
Australia October 20
Alameda November 18
Australia November 23
Mariposa December 10
Australia December 21
Zcalandia (1888) January 13
I '. vHiVuUkly na l'ermimentlr
Tureil hTtue Ceelrfitil
I11L l'lEROb'H IATi:NT
ftACNETIO ELASTIC TRUSS
flrfdnnl nnrl Ovt.v fleHTTiNn
fcayr to wear, lfistantl-r reliovee overy
f l-sann for rrM Illuitr-d Pnmnhlet No 1.
MAntJFTinn A&TinTDiiDQ nn
. iubc. iiaivuivn muuaiKiBi jvHtiU'ioiti
flrU wnDTTr otv-mt amnviwn om t mtta wn
.704 BAO'MKNTQ BT , BAN FHANOIHCO, OAI
Fob. iS, '87.
Peok's New and Improved
All oidnrs for the above must be ad
drissed to 1 . Iox -J33. 77 lm
jr. i-iojpjp sc co.
74 Kin-; Street.
Manufacturers nnd Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bills or Pintles iu small or largo
8f)l qunntltlc.". ly.
RYAN'S 730AT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
Having fccuied thu Servko3 of
Geo, C. Stratemeyer
wu aiu prepared to cxeeutu all
House or Siig'ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Tho Finest Brand of
In thu Maihct at tho
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
T. UILDI'It, li-uirlotoi'.
And Cake Bakery.
Keeps always on Jiand the largest slock and greatest variety of Ilome
Made, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Puro Goods at Wholesalo and Retail.
And Only Practical Confectioner
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specially exactly, but are made now as before, of superior quality
and richness of llavor and OUNAMKNTED IN AN AUTISTIC STYLE
which defies imitation and fully sustains a twenty-threo years' loputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu.
American, French, Italian, English and German Paatries
Made to Order at Short Notice.
IJrenrt Delivered Every l)ny to nil purl of the City.
Steam Made Ice Cream
At S3.00 for one, and 85.00 for two Gallons. Made from rich Egg
Custard. It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be tho Hichcst,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed by
Factory, Store and Ice Cream
Between Fort & Nuuanu.
Every Description of
BOOK JOB PRINTING
Executed with neatness and dispatch
At the Daily Bulletin Office
This fino voting trotting bred stallion
will fraud (ha comitij' ceison nt DoddN
Stables, Kupiolani Park, to a limited
number of mate:-.
TcrniH, $30.00 Season. .
APTOS CHIEF, bay Mallion, by
Speculation; be by UyMlyk's Il.nnble.
Ionian, out of Martha Washington, bv
Hurr'h Washington; her dam by Abdil.
lull. 1st dam by Lady Pool, by Skugg's
ltutler; her dam by Glencoe. The
nbovu stallion was labed by Sir Olaus
For further partieul ir enquire at the
FASHION STABLE!?, or ot F, I1US
TACL, at Huatace & Jtobertson's nlUco.
Queen Street. 72 im
Young Venture, Jr.
This flno young trotting-bral stallion,
4 years old, will stand for tho coming
season ut the corner of QUEEN &
Terms, $5 the Kciihoii,
YOUNG VENTUltN is a blaok Mai.
lion, bred by .Mr. Horner, of Maul; his
dam win 11 line marc, half Patclicn and
hulfWnck Morgan; ho is Kind, gentle
and ilylish; no faults whatever, and
one of the closet bred blalllons in the
Kingdom, which shows staying power
In euu any mare should fall to have
a foul by him, his Rci'viccs will bo ion.
dereil next pui-on free of chaige.
For further paitieulara enquire of
77 lm UAI'T, CLUNKY.
Hustace & Robertson,
r xt ..v y m in : .
LLordeis for Cartage promptly at
xIl tended to. Funicular attention
paid to thu
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Isjand's.
Also, Black nnd White Sand
111 quantities to suit at-loet,t price.
Olllce, adjoining L P. Adams & Co.'s
983 ly Mutual TMephonu No. 10.
and Ornameuler in this Kingdom.
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
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Dally Bulletin Office, : Queen St.
and form tho News Carriers.
!WLl'i;Jtdl'lpyyii.j mlmit't'mjh.imm V4JJUI
Let me have a mild
C I G A R
rpilE AIlOVi: ltKQUEST IS IIKAItD
X dally iu cigar Mores, unloons nnd
other places wheio elgais ale Mild, for
it Is 1111 undisputed fuc that most Hiiokeis
prefer a mild clgir and that those who
have for n long timo smobcil strong
clump, principally imperial Manilas,
will, after having thotoiighly liiuied
thustoiuncb and impalied 'ihe nervous
system, surely wnnt a mild cigar, if they
could find the light kind.
How many tlimisnnd.s of smoKors a ho
lt u lie r from hns of uppetite, headache,
nervous irritability, asthma, ctcT; itnd
who liiio tried all possible remedies
without sueeess, might lo clued If they
knew that their siilloiings wero caused
by Ihe iuUmpciatu use nl sttoug elgais,
and lint they should only tinoko mild
md piopeily piopiind om .
Il is a fuel thut ell mild cimu.s i.guo
well with miokeic, for In most cans
there is a lack of emo In tho M-Uetlun of
the lolmccn, and often thu nicesMiivcx.
poilei.ee for il is wanting, et tln'rcis
i-moker, and that U
A bleb Is made from mild, aiomallc and
parlleulaily julertcd mid prepared to
bacco, and (oiuhlnc nil the qualities
which may bu oxpockd from a health
cigar. It e.uies no bid client of nny
kind, Is agicdible to Ihe taste, buns
evenly to the eml nnd possct-ns a line
aroma. No smoker should fnll loglvo
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit himself at tho
For sale Everywhere.
Will bo open eveiy afternoon and even,
ing as follows:
Jloinlny. Ttiemlny, YtYiIiiL'Hdtiy ami
To the public In geneial.
For ladles and gentlemen.
I'Oi l.ulic?, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fauey Skating.
Friday ami Saturday Eoniugs.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cako Meal'
Older left at Olllce, with N. F. Bur
gess, fr'4 King Sliect, will bo promptly
attended to. OOly
S. M. GARTER,
Has on band for le, In quanlitiei
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Oiders are hereby bolicitcd and will
bo delivered at nny locality within tho
No. SSJ ICINO STREET,
Itoth TclciilioneM, 187. CI
)a. 1:. C. West's Nnnve and Ha in TnFAT
SlKM.ii Kunrnutccd BinclU" for llystorin, Dlzzl.
V! Comulnlons. .fits, frroua NeunilKin,
Ilojlacho,r,erroul'rostrntloii,causcd by tlionso
or alcohol or tobacco, Wukofulnofcs, Montal h
lro?ilon, Hoftonlng of tho Drain, rosultlnc In in.
Biin'ty nnd lending to misery, doray mid dentin
rromntura Out Aro, linrromicss, Loss of Power
m oitliurs". Involuntary Losses and Hpoimator.
rhcoa, caused byoycr-oxortion of the brain, nelf.
nbiiBu, or ovoi-indulcouco, l'aclt bos contains
S"0.'""1 " treatment. S1.00 n bor, or nix boxos
lor 55.00, oout by mull pre-paid onrocoiptof prico.
WK OUAHAXTKI SIX IIOXUS
To euro nny caso. With oach order rocoived by u
for six boxca, accompanied with S5.UO, wo will
soml tho purcnasorourwritton Kuarantco t to.
land Uio munoy if tho treatment doua not effect
a euro. Guarantees issued only by
WEwlIMrl!ubovrfrir4 lortnr fueor Ulr,r CcmpUUi'
Pjipi!, hklt llnulubi, locution, Cooill(illoa o, Coitlmui.
n unnol cor. wliii Weil', ncttllo UlH Mil, Bben Ilia W
Uuitn iiilciljr compli.4 wlib. Tlieywi tmlf n,uUt,ti
'"'fc!'w1,,;ll''",,M'. Biiw Cot,3. U,t, Um.ttj.
UlnloSCOIll,,M,t,. r.r U ly diMl.ll, Dfr. pi
101 WO. tttSI & Co, HI A hi W. Hidi.oa St., Clwao!
HolllHtur t Co.,
ISO Cm Wholesale and Hcltill Agent
Health is WeaEth ?
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