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Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER H0SE
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
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(Succossou to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Notl.)
New Goods for tlio Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
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Every Description of
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FRIDAY. APRIL 22. 1887.
THE EUROPEAN SITUATION.
A St. Petersburg telegram says,
"Thoie tiro indications nt present of
n rolcxntion of tlio tension which
was Intely noticeable to n certain
extent in the relatione between
Russia nn1 Germany, unci it is be
lieved that this nppionoh to n belter
understanding will becomo more
imulccd in the future. In Russian
diplomatic circles it is pointed out
that the supposition made by part
of the foreign press that Russia
wishes to estrange herself politi
cally from Germany is cuoneous.
Russia's desire is represented to bo,
llrst and foremost, the maintenance
of peace and of the European cqui
libtium, and, far from considering
the continuance of good lelalions
with Germany us any obstacle, she
would regard such relations as n
piineipal factor in securing the re
alisation of her wishes. But, in
order that the friendship between
Russia and Germany should effec-
liToly produce the conciliatory ic
sult desired, it is considered on the
Russian side that tiiis friendship
should not depend upon conditions
depriving it of the character of a
purely equalising force, and should
signify absolutely nothing calculated
to give umbrage in any quarter;
that is to say, that the Russo-Ger-mau
undei taking should bo main
tained strictly on tlio basis of res
pect by each parly for the rights
and interests of the other. Nor
should its effect bo pnratyscd cither
by particular engagements which
would causo Russia to lose her posi
tion as arbiter or by political com
plications jeopardising her entire
libcrtj' of action. Influenced by
the above considerations, the Rus
sian press lias gcnerallj' approved
the determination of the Imperial
Government to abstain from all
material inlet volition in Bulgaria,
despite -tho 'strong sympathy felt
foflhoso among tho' Bulgarians who
have remained partisans of Russia."
The Russian military prepara
tions in tho frontier provinces have,
according to reliable intelligence re
ceived in Vienna, now assumed a
decidedly defensive character, such,
for instance, as the undermining of
all the railway bridges. From this
it is assumed that Russia, knowing
the strength of the Austrian aimy,
is thinking moio of action on the
paitof Austria than of taking the
offensive herself. In Austrian dip
lomatic ciicles, however, the danger
of an Austro-Russian conflict is
regarded as having considerably
diminished in view of the appa
rently fixed resolve of Russia to
leniain passive in the Bulgarian
Tho Paris Journal des, JJcbuts,
of March M, publishes, a telegram
from Vienna mentioning a report
that Dr. von Sehloczer, Prussian
Minister to tho Vatican, had sug
gested lo tho Pope tho idea of a
European Congiess, in summoning
which his Holiness would take the
initiative, for the solution of the
Eastern and Egyptian questions.
Prince Bismarck, it is added, being
satisfied with his success in obtain
ing tlio passage of the Army Dili,
would propose to the Congress the
question of disarmament. Tho tele
gram adds that the idea of such a
Congress is not regarded as reas
suring in Vienna.
The following statement icspcct
ing the new alliance between Italy,
Germany and Austria appears in the
Uberta of Rome: "The French
newspapers arc totally wrong in
accusing Italy of meditating the
dismemberment of Fiaijco. Such
an idea has not been contemplated
for n moment, and even as regaids
the question of tho Mediteir.uican
there is nothing in the Triplo Alli
ance of which France can complain.
What is desired is to pieservo tho
status quo, and it Franco is also
anxious for this, dangerous compli
cations are impossible. If, how
ever, Fiance, seeing the impossibi
lity of a war of revenge against
Germany, should wish to compen
sate herself by come new adventure
in the Mediterranean, Italy would
not be the only Power to prevent
her from carrying out such a pro
ject. The new agreement between
the three Powers goes no further
than that. The Triple Alliance lias
not been harmful to France during
the last five years, nor will it be in
tho future if her intentions are truly
DEATH OF CHARLES LUX.
Charles Lux, the millionaire land
owner and cattle-dealer, died at 1
yesterday morning, at his resilience,
on tho northwest corner of Jackson
and Gougli streets, in tiiis city. Ho
died of typhoid pneumonia, on tho
nineteenth da of his illness. His
last hours wero attended with little
Mr. Lux had been sick all this
winter, suffering from cold and
asthma. lie hiul not entirely re
covered from tho effects of u sovero
fall from a wagon on his private
estate at Baden, San Mateo county,
more than a year ago, and, whilo
attending personally to his outdoor
business on ono of liis ranches in
tho recent snowstorm, he contracted
n bad cold. IIo was a man of very
large build and had attained tho age
uf Bixly-four years.
Mr. Lux was born in Alsace, lie
immigrated to Now Yoik eity in boy
hood. Tlicro ho workad for a retail
butcher in Fulton Market for some
1 . A
'tlriiYJMaMfiH.ffBBiiiMWraraM i iWn lTiMMTiiwii"g.i 1 iv'VIHBim 'jMaKBKS&a&iaweW! wtWSt CTMKAim!HfBfei& MbfeMwiJlmt'iHjiqtwjfe
years, ns delivery boy. lie camo to
Snn Francisco in 1857 and opened n
retail butcher shop at 031 Washing
ton street. In tiiis business ho was
very prosperous, and in 18G2 he
formed the partnoiship which was
destined to continue auepiciously
thiough the many long years to tho
close of his life. Tiiis was with
Henry Miller under the firm nanio
of Miller & Lux, as cattle dealers
and wholesale buthers.
Shortly after this firm was estab
lished it commenced the far-sighted
policy of investing in pulic lands,
or buying out caily locators. It
maintained this policy down to vciy
recent dates, until now its landed
possessions cover an area of 700,000
acres. These lie in the counties of
San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa
Clara, Monterey, Han Benito, Mer
ced, Stanislus, Fresno, Tulare,
Kern and San Louis Obispo, in
California ; in tlio counties of Wa
shoe and Humboldt, in Nevada, and
also in Oregon. The cattle herds
of the (Inn, scattered in many paits
of this vast territory, number be
tween 70,000 and 80,000 head.
The firm lias an aggregate annual
tax of Sf0,000, atuf the total valuo
of its land, improvements and cattle
is estimated to be (not a closo esti
mate) S10,000,()00. Over 700 miles
of private telegraph lines connect
Mr. Lux was making his home at
Baden, San Mateo county, when lie
entered into business with Mr.
Miller. lie then fixed his resi
dence at No. !") South Paik, this
city, where he maintained it for fif
teen years, lie then returned to
Baden and lived tlicro some two
years. Thereafter his home was on
the large and fine premises where he
died, as before stated. The deceased
leaves a widow, but never had any
children. His immediate relatives
consist of a brother at San ,To5, and
a brother and sister at Ilattcn, in
Alsace. He made Ins will a few
The names of.Mr. Lux, and his
pavtncr'Mr. Miller, will forever bo
associated in our legal annals with
what thus far probably has been the
most important litigation in tho
history of this State. This was tlio
great water rights suit of Miller &
Lux vs. Haggin & Carr, in which
our Supreme Court in recent elabor
ate decisions upheld the English
doctrine of riparian rights as estab
lished in California. Miller & Lux
were the prevailing patties. S. F.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu (rem San Francisco.
Australia May 3
Mariposa May 13
Australia May 31
Zcalandia. June 10
Australia June 28
Alameda July 8
Australia July 2G
Mariposa August "
Australia August 23
Zealuudia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 30
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November l.'i
Zcalandia November 25
Australia December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Zcalandia Maj' ;"
Australia May 10
Alameda June 2
Australia Juno 7
Mariposa June 30
Australia July 3
Zcalandia July 28
Australia August 2
Alameda August 25
Australia . August 30
Marippsa September 22
Australia September 27
Zcalandia October 20
Australia October 25
Alameda November 17
Australia November 22
Mariposa December 15
Australia December 20
Zcalandia (1888) January 12
CNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS
fnal anil Only Oemjine
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ff lnotrlnTriiaa. lArf?t lint nl nor
3.7 ut wear, idiu
fce. lifts cared Ihnu
XV.S' "ni tor Free HlnntrM I'nmphltt Nol.
JMAoSieTIO CLABTIOTRU8S CO.,
BO NORTH HIXTII BTRKET H"T. T.OIIIF1 Mft.
9Q HAC-MENTO BT BAN KH AMCIBCO.OAT.
l'eb. 28, '87.
MISS CLARKE, who 1ms had inimy
yours cxncrlciicu in .Dress & Clonk
Making, 1ms OPENED A DRUSSMAK.
JNO ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Ahdsea
"jVrRS. RODANET, die well-known
lTX Urecflinukur, iruently returned
from Paris, has her drcss-miiklnu; moms
Btlll on Eininti sut'i-i, aliovo thn rquiiro.
JTt Received !
by Dark " Baranac,"
in linrrulH ami Hull' Itsirrclw.
Tor Sale by
OS !lw OASTffJH &. CT!CM.
"F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
. advertise It In the Daily ilui.Lirw
Ouiclcly and l'ermanenllr
Ouro.1 (it the CelehrM.il
Dtt. l'lEIlOL'ri I'ATEN r
a,..' ' ',vUi J&i . '" " .rtj'i&:J&4Md o v-rf', ;?-& :tjLxnMJL&iJ&.
The Beaver Cigar Divan!
ii i i
Una just ucelved n largo mid varied ua
r. or Haunt of
Jigars ana Mgare
of iho finest (itiilltr. Somo of tho
brand, liein it i 1 'ivw In iIih Kli g
tiotn. 1 outlier, with a flnn selection of
Meerschaum, Briar, Myall, Porco
lain and other Pipes.
Tolmrro VoiicIicm. !Uulc!i ISoxi'H, ON
enr nuc 'I,ini'L't( IIoIiHtm of
new mill clccnut IrOHlgiiH.
CALL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS!
Mew Goods !
Has ncelvcd and opened up Ills Now
CLOTH GOODS I
CoinptlsltigiilntRoaml w ell selected
Trouseriags, Coatings, etc.
aiiitiblc for tho Season.
TIkmj goods were selected in England
by Mr. Kerr personally, and are guaran
teed to bo of the llncst quality.
Mr. Kerr, having seemed tho service
of iv KKW CUTTKES, lie is pre.
pared to itilfll ordeis with Ihu utmost
3 Merchant Street.
J. HOPP & CO.
Munufaotiucrs and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
GHAERS TO RENT
for Btl's or Patties in small or luge
8')1 qunntitk". ly.
Tho Fiiiebt Brand of
in tliu Market nt tho
v. nrr,in:ic, fioprictor.
3D JR A. Y ji IT, I .
A LLordcis for Curtate promptly at.
MX. tended to. Particular nltontion
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tlio other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest piiccs.
Olflcc, adjoining E. I Adams & Co.'s
!)S2 ly Mutual Ttlcphonn No. in.
Open overy afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night,
XIIOaiAW 13. AVA.JL.T.,,
IfiOl P'ojvletor. lyr
Having recuied Iho Kervicoi nf
Geo, 0. Stratemeyer
wu are prcpnied to execute all
I-Ioso or SsSig'ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS,
JOB PRINTING ol all kinds exe
cuted nt tlio Daily Dulmviin OlUco
P Si 0 N I! !
Sluggish Liver, etc.
UNLIKE many kinds of cathartic
medicines, do not mako you
feci worse ucforo you feci better.
Their opetation is gentle, but thor
ough, and unattended with disagree
able effects, such ns nausea, griping
Seigcl's Operating Pills
arc the best family physio that lias
ever been discovered. They cleanse
the bowels from nil irritating sub;
stances, and leave them in a healthy
Tlio best remedy extant for the
bane of our lives constipation and
These Tills picvent fevers and all
kinds of sickness, by removing all
poisonous matter fiom the bowels.
They operate briskly, yet mildly,
without any pain.
If you take a severe cold, and are
threatened with a fever, with pains
in tho head, back and limbs, ono or
two doses of Scigol's Operat
ing Pills will break up tlio cold
and prevent fever.
A coated tongue, with a brackish
taste, caused by foul matter in the
stomach. A few doses.of Scigel's
Operating Pills will cleanse tho
stomach, remove tho bad taste, and
restore the appetite, and with it
bring good health.
Oftentimes disease, or paitinlly
decayed food, causes sickness, nau
sea and dinrrhu'a. If the bowels are
cleansed from this impurity with a
dose of SeigcPs Operating
Pills, these disagreeable effects
will vanish, and good health result.
Scigel's Operating Pills
prevent ill-effects from excess in
eating or drinking. A good dose at
bedtime renders a person lit for busi
ness in the morning.
These pills, being Sugar-coated,
arc pleasant to take. The disagree
able taste common to most pills is
For Sale by all Chemists, Druggists
and Medicine Vendors.
A. J, White, Limited
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Jfolcl & Alakcii HtreefH.
Opon overy Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at tlio present
tlnio of over Vive Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Itootn Is supplied with
about llfty of tho leading nowspapeis
and pel Iodic il.
A Piu lor is provided for conversation
Terms of nicinbertfiip, llfty cents a
jtonrli, payable qimrtnily In advniico.
No foi nudity icqiihed in joining except
biglllllg tho i oil,
rjtiangcrs from foreign eoiuitiles and
visitors fiom tho other islands aro wel
come to tho rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no lobular
menus of support except tlio dues of
members, It Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who dosho to avail them
sehes of Its pilvllcgos, and all who feel
nu lutctost in maintaining an Institution
of this 1.1ml, will put down their names
niul becomo legulnrcontiibutors.
A. .). OAKTWIUQUT, Pies.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vlco-Piesldont,
II. A. PAltMKLEU, Seeretaiy,
A. L.SMITH, Ticasiuer,
C. T. ItODGEHS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
Let me have a mild
C I G A R
rrtnr, above keqdkst is heard
X dally lit cigar stores, toloons and
oilier places whoro cigars are &olt), for
It Is an undisputed fnottlintniosttmokers
prefer n tnlla cigar mid thai tliofc who
iiavo for n long timo oniokcd strong
clears, principally Imported Manlls,
will, after having tlioioughly injured
tlio Btonincli and impaired tlio nirrniM
tyitini. miroly want n mild cigar, If they
could llnd tho light kind.
How ninny thousands nf smoker win,
stiiror from loss of appetite, headnclu',
nerto"s Irritability, asilima, etc., and
who have tried all poasllilo remedies
without 8iictc9, might ho cured If tlicy
know that their suH'crlngs were caused
by the Intemperate uo of siiong cigars,
and that they should only smoke mild
and properly prepared ones.
It Is a fact that nil mild clgais ngrco
well with tmokers, for In most cases
there is a lack of caro In tho selection of
tho tobacco, and often tho necessary ex
porlerjco for it is wanting, jet tlicro is
ono brand which suits tlio most fastidious
smoker, and that is
ii ii i ii
Whlnli Ifl lnnrtn frnm mll.1 nmmniln n..i
parllcularly (elected and prepared to
bacco, and combines nil the qualities
which may bo expected from n health
cigar. It causes no bad effect of any
kind. Is agreeable to tho taste, burns
evenly to tlio end and possesses n fine
aroma. No smoker should fall "lo give
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit himself at the
For sale Everywhere'
Tallin Lemoiaie Depot,
Telephone, 30O. i. . iiox -HID.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly puro and made by steam, In
Kvlnna'd Antl-Atmos-pheric Apparatus
with glass pumps. All copper dls.
nerved wiih. Tim newest patent la
Cryntnl Valvo Xlott leu
Only in use for Tahiti Lcmonadde, Uren
adino aud Perfect G I ugcr Ale, at 75 cents,
per dozen, delivered to any part of tho
city. And Codd's Patent Glas3 Stoppers
for the celebrated plain dry
So highly efficacious for dyspepsia, ns
supplied to all the principal INmillcs In
Honolulu, and exclusively to H. 11. M.'s
vessels of war.
iHlanil oi'ricrH promptly attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,18:7. 1590 ly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
Order loft at Ofllce, with N. F. Bur
gess, W King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. COly
S. M. CARTERi.
Has on band for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders aro hereby solicited and wllli
bo delivered at any locality within tlio
No. 8S KINO STREET..
Both Telephone, 187. U
Health is Wealth !
Dn. E. C. Wkst'b Nerve and Doain Tbeatv.
Mknt, n iruaranteeu eioctiy for Ityoterlo, Dltil
nmja, Convutetom. l'lta, iloryous Neuralffin,
Hoii(laclid,NorTouaPro8tratlon. poueod by tlioasa
ot alcohol or tobacco, Wal:p(alnosn, Moutal Dry.
lircuslon, Hoftontna of tho Drain, resulting in in
snnity and lnndins to misery, doray and death i
l'ronmturo Old Aco, Jlarrenncxs, Loss ot Power
in either box. In; oluntary lxiasca and Hporrantor
rham, ouused by oyeriiortion of tho bruin, self
abueo, or ovcr-indulKOuco. Each box contains
ono month's treutmont. $1.00 n lioz, or nix boxea
for $5,00, eon t by mull prepaid on receipt ot price,
WE UUAKANTEE SIX BOXEH
To euro any coso. With each order recolTod by na
for six boxes, nocompanlod with HXU, wo will
Bond tho purchasor our written iruaranteo to 're
fund tho money if tho trentmont docs nut offect
li cure. (1 uarautccs issued only by
IIOLlilBTEB fc CO.
WE will rT Hi. bo. revnd hi tn? nu of Llrtr Coir)Jt
rTiirl ki llmUch., ludlutlon, Cwillptloa or Cntinuw.
w,i-.uootcot.BltliVeir.Btlol,l, LU.r lllli, itltD lb. tan,
Umi lr lUklly ccmiplka wllh. 1 l,y (r. f unlj i,s,UU, U4
Mrcr Wl lo (In uUibctlon, Bo8.r CoiiUd, bin Loitt.cM.
UblngSOpllli.MecoU. V.r li ty ill droribu. .
JOHN o, WEST & CO , Itl is w. i,,m 6. Ckki
r UUI fuki;. Hot tjr U14U f ntU 00 titcljl it m J cratluap.
ljolllster t Co.,
80 Om Wholesale and ltetall Agent