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Wo havo rccolvcd n fresh lino of
Crosse & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Ooods
Direct from England ix British bark Glcngabcr, comprising In part:
Bottles Mixed Pickles,
" Cham Cham,
" White Onions,
" Froserred West India Ginger,
" Spanish Olives,
Handsome Vases Royal Tabic Since,
" " John BiillS nice,
Bottle Walnut Catnip,
" GrcriiKftgcs in hyrup,
" HedCurrnnW in Syiup,
" Candied Orango Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding Raisins,
1-lb tins Jordan Almond,
" Fried Eels.
Jf lb tins Fresh Cod Rocs,
1 quart Bottles Salted Herrings,
Earthen Jan Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayeuno Pepper,
Bottles White and Black Pepper,
" Zante Currants,
7-1b tins Scotchueal,
Jars Table Salt,
2-lb tins Green Pea Soup,
" Julienne Soup,
' Mock Turtle Soup,
' Oxtail Soup,
" Mulhigntnwiiy Soup,
Bottles Iudia Curry Powder,
Tins Madras " "
1 & 2-11) tins .Taint and Jellies, assorted,
Patei of all kinds,
llb tin Carraway Sccdi,
Bottles Tomato Conserve,
Truffled Pate do fois Gra,
Tins Whole Roast Grouse,
" Sage and Onions,
" Hnlford's English Curried Fowl,
" English Asparagus, ,
1-lb tins Mince Jdeai, Jl
21b tins Spiced Beef.
Bottles Capers, 2 and 4 oz.', ' -Mb
" Irish Stew,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Stewed Kidneys,
" Roast Veal,
Cocoa and Milk,
Symington's I'ea Flour,
Epps if to Jj-ll) Packages Cocoa,
1-lb tins Fluke Tapioca,
Coleman's Mustard in tins and bottles,
Day & Marllu's Shoo Paste,
Also just received ex 8. S. Auttralia nnd Brigantlne Conhuelo, a PomplHo line of
SXVPLIQ .A.aVI FANCY GROCERIES,
All which vc offer nticfonnhlc prices.
Matlnfartloii (inurnntccd, ami Goods delivered to nil parts of Honolulu.
FRESU ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, ccUed by each trip of the
O. S. t. Co.'s StcamPby
LEWIS Sc CO.
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Impoi'tci' and Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FUKNISIHNO HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
t& Store formerly occupied by S. NOT I',
ITT, 1 8 Eutaum Street
BAu. BljFMf 'vnirMffi "i"l llV m!M '"' tTTi Ty i il bVbp
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO,, L'd,
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Noll.)
New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in Now Designs.
From tho very bes makers.
o CUTLERY o
A Complete Wtoclc oi Gootln in Evory Liiio.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Executed with neatness and dispatch
At the Daily Bulletin Office
OTiniimaT.TOT--rir;;rririii'Hai yriCTBrt inratirey
r. O. Box 807.
Bottles Skinner's Mango HclUh,
" long Red Chillies,
" MayonnnUe Siuco,
" Callsfoot Jelly,
" French Olives,
Handsome Vnsos China Soy,
" " Soho Sauce,
Bottles Mushroom C.iteup,
" Cherries In Syi up,
" Pears " "
" Black Currants In Svrup,
" Candled Lemon Pec),
" Crystallized Fruity
" Turl.oy Figs,
1.11) tiui Curried Lobsters,
" Slowed Eds
Earthen Jars l'lnatcr Paste,
Small Jars Capt. Wkito'u Mullagatawuy
Bottle Ground Spice,
Pint Botilcs Malt Vinegar,
2 lb Bottloi Fiench Piuncs,
Vint Bottle Moniserrat Limo Juice,
2-lb tin Gravy Soun.
" Crossy Soup,
" Palestine Soup,
" Hiiro Soup.
" Ox Clicek Soup,
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" Vunlsoii Soup,
Tins Oxford Sausnge,
Uottle Pickled Red Cabbage,
Collared Ox Tongues,
Bottlc3 Lia & Pcirln's Genuine Worces
Bottles Bengal Club Chutney,
" French Truffles,
Tins Whole Roast 1'nrtrldgOJ,
" " ' Pheasants,
" Preserved Mushrooms,
" Beef Marrow Fat,
i.lb tins Arrowroot,
Tins Real Yarmouth Bloaters,
" Fiench Mushrooms,
Phillipc & Cnuaud's Petit Pols,
1.1b tins Pnrsiiip, Mb tins Turalps,
" Frcdi Tripe,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Hui loot Mutton,
" OalMiend, ditto Ronst Mutton,
Boiled Beef; " Moiled '
Coco i and milk, Chocolate uml Milk,
Essence CotTce, Pntmt Groats,
Van Houion's Cocou, '.( & J.lb tins,
)4 fc 'tf.lb tin Coco.itinu,
Lib tins Pearl Sago,
" Ground Rice,
Day & Mortin's Liquid Shoo Blacking,
opposite Sprcckeh & Co.'s Bank.
foe gitUaj gjttjtoihi,
THURSDAY. APKIIi 7. 1887.
THE CZAR'S UFE.
AKHEST OK NIHILISTS WHO WElin IN
VA1TIN( TO AbSASSINATE
London, March 15. A dispatch
from St. Petersburg says that six
students were arrested on tho New
ski, Prospect, near the Annitlehkoff
Palace, having In their possession a
quantity of explosives. They were
awaiting the coming of tho Czar on
liis way to the cathedral to take pavt
in the memorial anniversary ser
vices. The aircst of tlieso men had led
to the discovery of papers proving
tho existence of a widespread con
spiracy against the life of the Czar.
Further attempts arc feared. It
transpired tho conspiracy against
tho life of tho Czur 13 of a more por
tentous nature than even the ilrmcst
believer in the plot supposed. The
plot had among its originators and
supporters a vast number of persons
scattered throughout Russia, em
bracing men and women of every
grade from noble to peasant. The
situation is regarded as very serious,
and a large number of arrests has
been made. It is said the conspira
tors have resident agents in this city
and in Paris, and the reports Unit
are in hand to-night are very posi
tive as to the fact that an attempt
was made, and that it only failed by
a lucky miscalculation of time.
The Berlin correspondent of the
London Times lias received a cipher
telegram announcing the failure of
an attempt to kill both the Czar and
Czarina witii dynamite bombs.
Tho Hcrliti Tayeblutl lias received
a similar dispatch, which adds that
tho leader of the plot has been ar
rested and imprisoned in the Fort
ress of Peter nnd Paul.
New York, March 18 Dr. Ara
nipa, Prime Minister of Peru, is in
New York on his way to Europe, to
negotiate with the foreign bond
holders of Pern.
Mr. M. P. Grace, of tho dim of
W. 11. Grace & Co., came from
Peru with Dr. Aranipa, and goes
with him to London as attorney for
the Peruvian bondholders.
lie gave the following facts on tho
subject: The claims against Peru
amount to about 5532,000,000, part
of which, however, the bondholders
think the adjoining lepublic of
Chile should pay, but that republic,
in dismembeiiug Peru, lias taken a
large portion of the guano and ni
trate of soda deposits and customs
duties which were hypothecated to
A COMMISSIONS AITOINTEI).
Having been sent as an attorney
for the foreign bondholders, and
having secured a contract from
Peru, some conditions of which,
however, were not in the limit of
my instructions, the Peruvian Gov
ernment decided to appoint Dr.
Aranipa, a Commissioner to accom
pany me to London, in order that a
satisfactory conclusion might be
"Wo leave on the Umbria next
Tho scheme of the contract which
has been proposed by Peru advises
the transfer of nil Peruvian rail
roads to the bondholders for a defi
nite number of years, the transfer of
guano, the right to work the mines,
the cession of large tracts of land
for the purpose of encouraging im
migration and for the benefit of cor
porations, tho right to navigate
rivers and tho receipt of an income
from the custom-house.
In exchange for these offers tho
bondohldcrs me to extend the rail
roads and cancel all their claims
This project will bring prosperity
to Peru and devoiop her resources.
These are very rich, and I Jiavo no
doubt of their adoption of tho plan,
as it seems to be the only way to
benefit the country, and at the same
time to compensate the bondholders
for the enormous air.punt of money
A CHINESE CIRL.
Judge Coffey yesterday appoint
ed Miss Jessie Sarah Worley guar
dian of Ah Young, a Chinese giij J 4
years old, It appears that the father
of the child went to China, leaving
her in charge of her mother. Tho
mother became tiled of living alone
and wont to Arizona witii a lover,
leaving tho child to tho care of a
Chinese family on Hrcnhniii place.
While slio was with this family sho
'visited the Chinese: Mission School,
and attincted tho attention of a Mrs.
Pond, an Eastern visitor, who by
tho payment of n small sum seemed
her release from tho Chinpso family.
Learning that tho mother of thp
child vs coiiiing back with tho
avowed intention of getting posses
sion of tho child nnd selling her to a
dealer in human chattels, tho partips
in chaige of the mission made appli
cation at onco for lottora of guardian
ship. Tho girl told her story to Judgo
Coffey, saying that slio was an
Ainorican nnd did not want to liavo
anything o ,do vjjii tlio Chinese.
Examiner, March J,8th.
""Loyden University in Holland is
tho richest in tho world. Its real
estato alone is said to bo worth
Washingtonf March 21. Dr. Z.
Tj Sowers, one of tho most promi
nent physicians of Washington, in
nn intervlow with a reporter to-day,
declared there is danger that Presi
dent Cleveland will not live through
his term unless there is a change in
his modo of living. Dr. Sowers,
six months beforo Manning's illness,
made tho samo prediction with re
gard to tho Secretary, and advised
a friend to warn him "of his danger.
In the interview to-day Dr. Sowcra
said: "It may be deemed imper
tinent to talk to the President
through a newspaper, but I know
of no other way of reaching him,
and those about him. Surely,
you recall my attempts with the
friends of Manning, mid their fruit;
and I do not feel that I should take
the same chances in this matter.
I am personally appiiscd of tho
President's condition, and wliilo it
is in no sense dangerous, it will
not bo long beforo there will bo
reason for alarm. President Cleve
land is n large, fleshy man, nnd
since he came to the White House
he lias gained enormously in llcsh.
Now, when ho lived iu Buffalo it
was his habit to take long walks.
Since he came lieic, however, ho has
abandoned every exercise savo car
riage riding. This is of little or no
use, with the springs now in use nnd
the smooth stiect9 for which Wash
ington is famous. The President is
a man who works with his head a
great deal ; is, in fact, an intense
brain-woiker. lie is, iu (titer words,
a plodder, and bis brain is conse
quently filled witii an excess of
blood. What is the lcsult? He
woiks with bis head, eats enormous
ly, nnd fails to excicisc his muscles,
liis blood vessels are weakened, and
it is only a question of time, when,
in a moment of excitement, he
bursts a blood vessel. I tell you,
at this rate President Cleveland is
now living, there is great danger
that lie will not live throughout liis
term. Something should be done to
bring him to realize his danger and
take proper steps to prevent the '.e
sult which will surely ensue if lie
fails to take proper exercise. What
I should recommend would bo the
fixing up of n room in the White
House and devoting half nn hour
every day for gymnastic exercise.
That alone, in my opinion, will pre
vent a castrophe, an avoidance of
which not only the President, but
the country at largo, is interested in
Public esteem is the reward of
honest men. Sir R. Peel.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
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Australia May 4
Mariposa May 14
Australia June 1
Zcalaudia June 11
Australia June 29
Alameda July 0
Australia July 27
Mariposa August G
Australia August 21
Zealandia September 15
Australia September 21
Alameda October 1
Austialia October 19
Mariposa October 29
Australia , . .November 1G
Zealandia November 2G
Austialia December M
Alameda December 21
Lcavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Maiiposa April 8
Australia , . , , April 12
Zealandia , , ,,.,May G
Austialia May 11
Alameda June il
Australia June 8
Mariposa July 1
Australia,.., July G,
Zealandia , July 29
Australia August !)
Alameda August 2G
Australia August 31
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 28
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tsnlo or for lenpu for a term of joins.
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Honolulu. Dec. 13. IfrEli Jf03
O LTJSO HAWAIIANO.
A lilt pursnno wjiownnt to comnumi
onto with the PoitnuiiDSo, either
fur business, or for proem inu; workmen,
scrwuitii or iny othor helps, will Hurt it
tho most profitable wny to ntlvortl-a n
the Lhso A?rvn'mo, tlio nowoigiui of
the Portucucio colony, which U pub.
llshcd on Muiohant strict, Gazelta llnllil.
iiiL', (Post.Olllco Letter Hox i:,), nnd
only chin ;ijh lcnsouublo rntes foi mlvir
tlscmuitx JOB PRINTING of nil kind, exe
cuted nt tho Daily Buxixtih Ofllco
RHtjifri i i VP
Tho Beaver Cigar Divan!
3EC. jr. lor-.i'iE
llnjtist receive (1 r large and uirii'd ns
Cigars end Cigarettes
of tho flnn9t quality. Some of tho
brnniln being iniiiilv new in this King
dom. Together, with n lino selection of
Moorsohaum, Briar, Myall, Porco
Inin and other Pipes.
Tolmcco Potu'ltrn. 3Intoh Uo'xen, C!l-
Kr lino Vlxnt'cttn Holders ur
new nml elegant DchIciim.
CALL AND LOOK AT THE (J00D3!
J. HOPP & CO.
74. JICJbijv SBirwr.
ManufnctuiciH mill Importers of nil
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE UEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAtftS TO RENT
ForBilli or l'n'tlcs in Miiall cr largo
8tl qunntitlc". ly,
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
i SHOP. Item of Lucas' Mill,
VflSS CLARKE, who hni hnrtinnny
LiX years c.MierWtii o in I)ri" & Cloak
Miikimr.. hni opj:nj:d a mtnssMAK.
INGUSrABLISllMENTnt 101 AlaKci
MRS. RODANET, ihe well-known
(lu'-snmkt r U'oenlly iituiueil
from Paris, lui he (Ire's-uiiiUing rooms
still on Kiiiluu snot, n nn tlio tqunre.
Tho Finest 13 rand of
in the Market nt the
BNT1UL CIGAR STi
J". IIJMi:n. Proprietor.
DBAYM 3T. tT .
LLoitleis for Cirtarjo promptly at.
la. tended to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Bliipping
of goods in transit to tho othe-t Ishndp.
Also, Biack and White Sand
in (inutilities to suit nt lowott prleea.
Office, adjoining, E. P. Adams & Co.'s
033 ly Mutual Telephone No. 10.
rXs Tho SOUOONElt JOSEPH
$$ 1N Is now In lirst-clnia or.
kyW uv' s,' u'" m,ku two
!& trips a week to Ewn, under
Cupinin Conk, inuyhift freight and pus.
Bongcrs. Parties wishing to innko
to Pearl Itlver, Coco Head, nnd other
pnrts of Oahu may chaitur tlio huhoouer
by ai-plying to CAPT. COOK.
Open every aftornoon and
Ullusic every Saturday Night.
TITOMAiS XO. WALL,
1C01 Piojrlctni. lyr
Anied at MarcM
A Now Lot of
Cigars eod Cigarettes
$nfcirely Nowin this Market.
llnvlng f pound lltn Sci vices of
Geo, C, Stratemeyer
wo mo piepiuid to oxecuto nil
33Cono or Sig'ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Groat .Exoltomont in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Ijiviiiff Six Yetuvs AVilliout.
QoiiJfi1 to Bed.
Mm .Hditoji! While ij ending n few
dn) a nt the pleat mil ;;easllo town of
Aberystwlth, Ciiullgimohllc, Wales, I
lienrd related what seemed to mo either
a fabulous otory or a marvellous euro.
TlioMory was thata poor BiiHeur who
hnd not been nblu to lie down In bed for
six lony j cius, given up to die by nil tho
Doctors, bad been Bpiedlly cuixd by
Bomu Patent Medicine. It was telnted
with the muio Implicit eonlldcnce from
the clicumslance, nn wns said, thnt tho
Vlciir of Jjlnnryftyd win fnmilinr with
the facta, nnd could vouch for the truth
of tho leprirt.
IIiiing n llllle niirinxlty to know how
fiuch stoilcs firow lu trinelllng, 1 took
the llberly while in the villngo of J.lnu
r ttvil to cull U(ioii the Vhnr, the ltov.
T. Kvmui, nnd to ('uqulre about thli
oudei ful curr. Though n totnl stum.
ger to him, litJli ho nml his wife most
grnclou'ly cntertnlntd me hi a hnlf
hour's conversation, principally touching
the case of Mr. Pugh, In which they
fOLiued to take a deep nnd sympathetic
nitcioM, hnvlng been fninilltir with his
fciillcrlngs, and now rejoiced iu what
Bcemed to thum a mo'-t lcmark.ililo cmo.
Ho strongly vouched Mi. Wm. Pugh'a
elminctcr u a lespcctatile fanner nod
wot thy of erullt. I left thu venerable
Vlcnr'wlth a livelier Ecnae of tlio happy
lelmlou of a pastor nnd people, feeling
thnt hu was one. who liuly f-yinmtliife(l
with nil who aie atllictid iiimind, body,
On my ictuin to AbcrjRtwIth, I wns
imprcibid with u desire to bic Mr. Push,
whose riputation stood o high. Ills
faun Is eallid Pnneom.Mawi, signifying
"abovu thu dingle," tdltialcd neiir tlio
suimjilt of u binooth louiid hill, oer.
looUing a beamlful valley lu which is
situated the lovely ivymnullcd Chinch
of Lhinddnlnol. I found Mr. Pugh,
npnnreutly about -lOyenrs old. of medium
huighr, lather slight, with a pleasant and
inulllgeut face. I told him I had heard
of his gioat alUiclion nnd of his remark
able and almost miraculous lelkf, and
that I had come to lwru from his own
lipj, what there ivas of truth in tho ic.
Mr. Pugh remarked Hint bis neigh.
1 ow had t.iken a kindly and symp
athetic inteiibt in his ense for many
year., but of late their interest hud been
gieally awakened by a happy chnngo In
lii3 condition. What you leport ns Jiav
ing henid nbroad, said he, Is substant
ially true, with one exception. I never
unedrstood that my case was ever given
up in hopeless by any Physiclnn. I
ha vo been ticutcd by bovcral Doctors
hoicabouK, us good as nny In Wnles, but
unfortunately nonprescription of theirs
ever brought the debind lelicf.
Fifteen years ago, ho baid, I llrbt bo
camo conscious ol a sour and derangid
.stnmuch nnd lojs of nppctltc, which the
Uoetois told mo was Dyspepsia. What
lood I could hold in my hiomuch gcem.
ed to do mo no good nnd was often
tlnown up witii pninful retchings. This
was followed after u time with a hoarse
ness and a taw boieuess of the tin out
which the Doctors culled bioncbitio,
mid I was United for that, but with
llltlo Miceiss. Thin camo bhortness of
breath and a beiue ot sullbcalion, espe
cially nights, with clammy sweat, nnd I
would liavo to get out ot bed nud some
tiuiei open a door or window in winter
w cither to till my lungb with tho cold
Tho Vicar lcmaiked thnt hepic;umcd
his nunie had been connected with the
report fiom his having mentioned the
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Lliiuon. Ho paid Mi. Pugh was former
ly n l csldcnt of their puiisTi, but wns now
living iu the parish of Llnnddclnol.
Tins medicine they diiiinisteiec to
mu iiccoiding to tho directions, when to
their buipii-e uml delight no less Hum
my own, the ip ibin ce ised. I became at
ea-o, and iny siomnch was calmed. My
bonds weie 'movid ns by a gentle
cathartic, nud 1 felt a scute, of quiet
comfoit all thiough such ns I hnd not
befoio lealifd in ninny years. I could
wall: around the house nud breathe
comfortably in n few hours after 1 hud
taken tho medicine. fhuo continued
to lake the nudlclnu dully now for
something ocr two months, nnd I can
ltu down and bleep bweetjy nt nights
and have not since had a lecuiicnce of
those terrible tpusms nnd sv.e'itingo. I
hayo been so long broken down and re
duccd in my whole bjtcm that I liavo
not tiled to perfoim any very hard out
door luLoi. deeming il best to bo pru
dent lest by over-e.eition I may do my.
hi-lf injuiy beforo my btrcngth is fully
lestored. I feel that my stoinnch nn'd
bowels have been nud tiro being tbor.
oughly icnovaicd and renewed 'by the
midlclne. In fact 1 feel like a new
Karly in this hist spring I hnd a btill
moio bevero sp.imodi(i nittic-lr, nnd my
family nnd neighbois becamb ulniincd,
beliuvlng that coipiinly I would not su
vivo, when a neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or had heard of tho nicdl
clue, sont to Aheiystwlth by tho driver
of tho Omnibus Post, some boven miles
distant, nud Ictchcd a bottlo of Mother
Hclgel'fl Ourntlvo Syrup.
1 havo been much congratulated by
my ncifhbors, especially by thu good
Vicar ol Lhmiytityd, -who with his sym
pathetic wife havo conio tin co miles to
shod tenia of joy on iny iccovery.
I bade Mr. Pugh good-bye, happy that
oenonont least among thousands hnd
found a remedy for an aggravating ills,
About six jotiB ago I became so hnd
thnt I could not bleep iu lied, but hud to
tuHe my unquiet rest and dieainj sleep
stting in nn aimchnlr. My allllction
fcei'ined to bo w oi king downward into
my Imvelti us well ns upwnuls into my
liingi nnd tluo.it. lu the violent cough
ing sii isms which grow moio frequent,
mj abdomen would oxpind and collapse
nn'd at tiimia it would neou thnt 1 should
biilluouti). AH this tlmo I wni r disced
In Rtiongth so thnt I could peikrm no
linid labor nnd my spliils wen conso
quently miirh dcpKHhid.
Doliiylug this romnrkablo caso of
Dyspeptic Asthma should bo known to
the public, t beg to submit tho above
fact i us thoy aie lolatid to ine
SWiltwly V. T. W.
Let me have a mild
rot in: auovd request is iiEAnn
JL dally h clgur st ro?, salooi's n.id
pihrr places whom cigar- nro mid, for
it is an undisputed facttliiit most tmokers
prefer a mild cigar and thnt those who
hnvo for a long tune smoked sluing
clpnrs, principally Imported Manilas,
will, nfter having thoi oughly Injured
tho stomach nnd Impaired thu nrrvoin
system, suiely wnnt a mild elgnr, it they
could ibid tho right kind. y
How many thousands of smokers who
suiTer from los of appetite, headache,
nervot s Irritablllly, iwliniu, etc., mid
who have tried all pnsdblo lOmedlia
without Buccess, might 1 c cuieil 11' thy
know ihiii thoir siilleilngs wire eunse'd
by ihe Inluiipernto uo ' t o (ngn,
and Hun thoy should 0'ily -mi ke luihl
uml properly piepaud oncf.
IUM n fiict that nil mild clu,nm ngrco
well with emokers, for In moat casts
thctoiinlnckofcmo In tho reliction of
tho tobacco, nnd otten tho mccraiyix
pcrlenco for It la wanting, vet tluio is
one biand which suits tlioinoMfdstldious
unoker, and that is
Which is madn from lnlld.nioinn lo end
particularly uilei ted and prepared to
bneeo, nml (omblues nil the quullties
wdiich may be expected fiom a health
cigar. It enm-os no bid elicit of nny
kind. Is ngieenbbi to Ihn taste, bun's
evenly to tho eud nnd possoses n flue
aroma. No smoker hhould full to give
Engelbrcht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and bcniflt himself at tho
Talilli LnuiilB LopDt,
Telephone. :;u. I'.O.ISox 10.
TH E BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure mid made by stiam, in
Hvlmid's Auti-Atmosphcilc Appainttis
with glass pumps. All copper ills',
porafd with. Tho newest intent in
CxyHtul "Viilvo IJottleH
Only In use for Tahiti J.cmonadde, GrenJ
,adlno nml Perfect Ginger Ale, at 75 cents
per dorcn, deliveio I to anv pnit of tlio
elty. And Oodd's Patent Ghss Stoppers
for thu celebrated pi mi dry
So hlchly eillcacious lor dyspepsia, ns
supplied to till tho principal 1 unities in
Honolulu, nnd exclusively to II. 33. M.'s
vesbeb ot war.
Iwlaiiil oiitei-rt jiromptl.v attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,18-7. 1080 ly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Heal'
Order left at Olllce, with N. F. Bur
gess, f4 King Slue!, will bo ptomptly .
attended to. COly
S. M. CARTER,
lias on hand for snle, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders are heieby solicited and will
bodcllvcicd at any locallly within tho
TSo. 88 KING STKBEXr,
liotli Teluiihoiies, 187. U
l)n. K. 0. VcTcw'a IlEiivn anp Hunt; TnvAT
ani.NT, a Gunrnnteed eiiecln" for Iljatcrin, lllizl
nesn. Oonviilstona. Pits, icrvoua Noaralglii,
or n'roliol or tobacco, WultBtidaaBS, Jtontal Ho
pronsion, (fattening or tho llmin, roulthut in in
Binily nud loidunt to misery, derny nml drathi
rroinnturo Old Aro, Harrpnneso, Lobs of l'owvr
in cither nix. Involuntary Ijosscs nnd Bpencator
rheca, cnuscd by ovor-oxortlon of tho brain, coif,
nbuso, or over-tndulsonco. liich box contains
ono montli'u Ireatmont. 01.00 a bos, or nix boxes
lor r5.00, sont by mall propaul on rocoipt of prico.
To euro nny oaso. Willi oocli onlor rfeolvcd by us
for gix boen, pocompaniod with S5.00, V70 will
Ecnd tho purchaser our written Riiaruii tea to i o,
fond tlio money if tlio treatment dojs not effect
a cure, (iuarautccs inaued only by
4IOX.1J.lH'X'3i:i? & CO.
WEwlllrrik!KMrwirl (ornr tutor Llrtr Complitat'
l)yirlA, Melt IWilacbfl, lbdI;cttluQ C9QiUf.ttl9a or CeHlTmtii,
tve cjdboI can wlib Wul'l tetMU IJi.r I ill. tl..a lh Jim.
llorlATtf ttrlctlj compiled wllb. TUyalf Tunly trgttatU, wul
oiTcrlMI K clr ii'lifultoii. Ilujar CwtM. lrjo lorn, too.
lalnluir K) f Illi, 1 3 cir.ll. For (lit ly nil 1lms5l.l1. Il.wtr. of
I0IIU O. WtSTft CO, 181 A 1,3 W. U.dlua bt. Chliii
1(10 trial itcls Hit l nU f rt U on reetlpt n( 3 cent map,
IlolllHtor & Co.,
80 Cm Wholcealo and Itttall Agents
lirltll ic? Ill s If la ?