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SXA.PL iq AND 3TA1SOY GHOCEKIKS,
Fresh OooJi on Ioe by eaoh nrrlviil of the O. S S Co'a Steamers. Good delivered
to nil parts of IIuii'lulu.
Iiland order solicited and packed with cm e.mul thinned to nuynart rl the Klnedom
(Formcily with Samuel Nott).
Iiuportor uiicl Doulor in
STOVES, CHANDEUE.3&, LAMPS,
UltOCKEKY, GLABSAAHE, HOUrti; FUKNIHH1XU llAltDWAHE,
AGATE IKON AND TINWAltE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
Hr 8tore formerly occupied by S. NO'JM', opposite Spreckcls & Co.'b BauU. -8
HHaMH vr5 jr J&i J3Tjn' V mJT! MdffiCUffjaV !!v "H J
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
k PLUMBING, TIN,
)93 SHEET IRON WORK.
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(Successors to Dillingham
New Goocji for tho Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
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1. 8 Mumi Street
WUO IB MOTHER BEIGEL ?
Slie Is n lady who, by tlui merest aerl.
dent, ha lundo n must vnluullo dUcnv
ery, und sho U creating tho wildest ph.
thu lttn nil ovor theco. ntry,mi(i every.
bod 1b Hiking nlioui her nml inking
WHAT IS MOTHHR BSIQEL'S REPU
TATION? nnd the tells them to lend the tliniiniids
of I.'IIim, otiitit tui'iff Hku the following
fioin Atr l'ei 1.1ns!
A MONDKUVUli TL'STIUnXIAI.-
"GiovoPiarinn y Ealing, W,
' .Inn. a, its,i
"Your mullohio must lu the mitt
wni lerfiil, for iltirluj; my cNpoili'iit'o of
mole thitn twenfy year-, 1 never knew
nny pioprlelmy 'oi pi'on iiitdiiluo lu
xiieli unl vcrsil f ivor mid (leum.iil. li U
limply eMruoidlniiry, ami If I wo.o to
set.it )nu tin nccoutil of every statement
mudu to me In ltd favor, you would have
to publUli a Mepm.ite book to contain
my testimonials alone.
(Siuncd) "'1 homas J. Pi.uki.nk"
And then people ink
WHAT DOES MOTHER SEIQEL DO?
CIIVIW ItELIW A OSCU.
"o'J, Blcointleldioii'l, Plunislcad,
"Jan. 7, 18s5.
"I llud the talc of your iiicitloluu In
creasis every yet, and everyone peaks
vncII of ihem that trim them. I know a
lmly that aitcudid the Female llojplml
in fjoho-sipmrc for tome months, with
pains In buck ami, side and bilious, and
could take no food, but got no benelll
from any of tho medicines they gave
her. llcfori' slio had taken all tlio con
tents of nn liottlo of your Syrup the
felt icllef and Is now quite well.
(Signed) "iV. K. Bakt.ii."
Tllli UFKKCT WA8 MAUVELLOUD.
"Medical Hall, Bangor. Jan. 5. 18S5.
"1 heur I'eopie iontnntly speaking
very highly of Solgel's Syiup. Tliero is
n ease of a y ung mariled lady in An
glesey uho hail been mi Her lug from
stomach asthma for n long pjriod, who
had coutultul foiue of tho beat j hysi.
clan of tho day, but without deriving
nny benefit, blio was dally getting
woihe, but nt last a fiieml pu'stiadeil
hci to tiy Silol's Syrup. She procured
a bottle, and the elUcl was munclloini;
sho ni Idly Improved, and now bh; Is
ns bttong and iaahliy as over the has.
(Signed) "II. I,i.o yd-J onus."
What is Mother seioel good
110I.S SOT ItrhTOIlK Till! DKAD, HUT SA V.S
Mr. J. W. Swiu.. of D.inmow. 12 .sex.
writes September 18 -4 ; 'I iutroniued
yo r medieliies into Duuinow almost as
soon an they weie biouglil out lu Lou
don I told in a slion time lighteeu
pounds' v oi 111, 1 lmo known many
grand cutes of iieimauent euie-i; and, as
yet, no case at lailuio. Kiitlnlthtaud
lug many compelitoltt, Motlier Seigcl's
byrup IioIiIk its own ground. I Leili.ve
liu good medlciiiL It will not rot ore
tho dead to life, but it appears to mivu
the living fiom dying."
a CA8U ok ohi:i cunnn.
"It h.is always given ine If.niuu to
rcconuuend your luediclnts to my m to
nieis, and the results of their ufe hae
invailably been most butislaeioiy. 1
could fill uihh you many ic?timoiiinls.
One ctxe just now oeeuis to my luiud.
A constable of the pollen foioe of T OU
ing, S. W., wheie I tor many years h id
a shop, was a p.itkut of mine, sullering
fi'nin a bad attack of gravel. He was
persuaded to try '.Mother SiegclV Sj i up.'
He puichaseil a bottle at my .shop, nod
by the time he hml taken lialfotitlio
leporltd liimelf to ine as quite cured.
Thu eU'ect'Mas simply mliactiloui.
(signed) "J. 1). Fi.oiianci:."
IS MOTHER SEIGEti EELIADLE?
"Would reseectable clieinlfcls wiilo like
tho following if not?
A SUUOIGAI, oi-kuaiion .vvi:itii:i.
"Ticehuist, Dee., 1831.
Mr. LuwAUD CoiiKU, Chemist, writes:
"Your inedieiue maintains a steady sale
In this district, nnd Is well cstablislud
in general tavor. 1 know nu old nan,
over seventy, who somo three or four
year, ago was advised to submit to tho
operation for stone. lie cortuiuly was
sulle lug from omo dlstiosiug byinp.
loins, mid could tcarcely walk. Instead
of taking that advioe he tried Slegct's
Syrup, with the lesult that afier one
bottle, he could walk' about fairly well,
nml, liavlug taken Unicoi four x!j.(I I.
bottles, he was completely cured. He
is still about, hale and hearty tor his
years. It any f the symptoms of the
old trouble come on, he takys a few
do-es of the Syiup, and all Is well
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT
AN r.M'lUtUCNCi: OF FonTY YKAII3.
"Coshmn, Hants, .Tad. S, 1835.
"My customers, over a wide country
dhtiict, aro not ery iluiiimii-trativc, and
1 have no written tebtimoiiials to send;
but verbal admiration of your nieoicine
Is in the ascendant, and my experieuLO
of loity years' assures mo that no pre.
par.nlou Jias so rapidly nequiied a pop
ularity, and fo llrmly maintaiiit Us icpu.
tation as Mother Scigil's byrtii.
(signed) "Thomas II. Uakuii."
For Sale or Lease.
THOSK Pltr.MlSES SITU AT FD ON
l'unaliou Street called "Kananllo.
hla," tho piopeity of.C. II Judil, are for
palo or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OAHTWIHOIIT.
Honolulu. Dee. 1H, lb60. U03
The Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on linii'l for sale
Gtcam Family and Block roith Ccn
and a genu) it! assortment of
415 Bar Iron. fy
l vii t$Jt wXS5 oi
SJw gnily gjJkii
TUESDAY. AVUIL 20. 1887.
REVOLT III nULCAHIA.
A Uciitcr's lolcgrntn fiom Ktist
clink states thai twelve linii-eom-lDissioned
ofllcets of the Suppoi'
Corps who wero convicted of pnrtici
liation in thu rcconl revolt woro on
March 12 degraded. Sovernl nss6
cintioua founded with tho object of
pioinoting nnd siiBtnlnlug thu indo
pctidenuo of llulgiuia luivo inBiied
prochnnntioiH coiKk'inniiigtho rebels
as traitors to their country, and
culling upon the people to follow tho
example of tho citizens of Hustcliuk
in the ent of any fresh disorders.
Tho Prefect of Hustcliuk has caused
to lie placarded about the town it
notice declaring tho repotts of for
eign btibjcels being in danger of
massacre aru the false inventions of
malevolent persons. The sum of 210
napoleons was found on the body of
(Jnpt. Ivreslcff, the leader of the re
volt, at Sllistiia. A few days before
llie lislng lie had deposited in the
bank 1000 (Turkish), which ho
withdrew immediately after the out
break, lie was known to be a poor
man. Lieutenant Filoff, who was
one of the principal leaders of the
rising at Ituslchuk, has died of his
The Sofia correspondent of the
Times telegraphs that MM. Kura
veloff, Tzanow, and Nikifoioff have
been released on bail, tho flrst
naincd tinder sureties of lf,000fr.
and the other two of 10,000fr. each.
Mr. Karaveloff's complicity in the
late insurrections is no longer doubt
ful, and these events have thrown a
strong lfght on his conduct and that
of M. Nikiroir in tho plot against
Prince Alexander. M. Karaveloff
lias shown himself to be a deep nnd
craft' traitor, and ho inspires even
mote repulsion than M. Zankoff, for
he pretended to be very good friends
with some members of the Govern
ment. Among the letters of Hende
reff which have been seized is one
which states explicitly that the IIus
sian Government was pioinoting the
projected revolution, and it desig
nates the dragoman of the Httssian
Consulate at Widdiu as the conli
dcntial agent with whom the con
spirators wero to communicate.
A Bucharest telegram states that
there have been some heartrending
scenes at tho Ius-ian Legation. The
willows of rebejs killed or executed
at Isuslchuk have conic to iuiploic
M. Ilitrovo to give them money.
Man' had crying children with
them. These wretched people are
quite destitute, and the' excite
The Uussian Captain Bollmann,
who is at lluchaicst, is fast recover
ing from his wound. A bullet pass
ed through the llosh of his left
shoulder, and killed a man behind
him. Some further arrests are re
potted from litistchuk. Public
opinion in the town continues much
excited against the Russians, and it
has now become quite clear that all
that can come to the Regency will
bcfiom the army.
Intelligence received at Vienna
from Odessa states that Captain
Benderelf, Majors Grucff and Ivan
holf, and the widow of Major Kards
cheff, who was executed at Rttst
clink, have arrived there, and met
with n sympathetic reception from
the local Slav Society.
It is stated in well-infot mod cir
cles in Vienna that no Note has
been nddresod by the Russian Gov
ernment to tho Powers protesting
against tho-ioconl executions at
Rustclittk, and that Russia has
taken no further diplomatic steps
sinco tho despatch of instructions
to her representatives abroad to ask
tho ICttiopcan Cabinets to exercise a
moderating inlluenco at Solia.
An authentic account of the re
cent revolts in Bulgaria is sent from
Sofia to the Political (Jorrcupoinl
owe. The Bulgarian Government
knew of the inteded movement sev
eral months before it took place,
and of all the proceedings of the
Revolutionary Committee in Buchar
est. Tho Committee bent circulars'
to all the ollicers of the Btdgaiinn
garrisons, urging litem to revolt.
Benderelf signed all theso letters,
which promised rapid advancement
to those who helped, and threatened
with death all who remained loyal
to the Regency. Most of the letters
contained several hundred roubles,
and some of tho ollicers were invited
to join the Revolutionary Committee
at Bucharest, where they could live
at tho Committee's expense until the
plot was carried out. Most of the
letters wero sent by those who re
ceived them to the War Minister,
who paid them into the public
treasury. Somo of the letters will
shortly bo published. They are
said to show that tho Russian Minis
ter at Iluchtucst paid nil tho ex
pense of tiie revolt, and gave pass
ports and letters of recommendation
to Odessa ollicers. Private persons
kept the Regcnoy so well informed
of all this that it knew of the Silis
trian commander's secret meetings
with Bendereff, it knew of 0.oun
off's eoncspondoncu with tho Com
lultlcu at Bucharest, and even had
otio of his loiters. A telegraph
olllcial having rent to Soda news of
tho revolt in Sllisltia on the 28lli
tilt., the Government gavo orders to
tho commanders of Varna, Schtiuila,
Rnsgrad, and Rtislehuk to match
them. Thoy reached Sillstria on
Match 2. Tho rebel commander
was warned of their appioach, and
bidding his soldiers adieu, prepnro
to take Jlight to tho Romania
M'SiUultmr'ic MMiJAV' r,ift VKMaSmSL-tLin M iJr jSL.ya m .!- . rL AS vuJnKJTiJBaSiC 1<M3aaffii&tfinM2asB&Hl
frontier cioso by. His soldiers,
however, (hiding themselves deseit
cd, fired nt him and killed him. The
details of the revolt in Rustehtik
conllrin tho reports published fi'om
tho fit st.
Contrary to all expectations, cays
the St. Petersburg concspondent of
the Jhiilff iVtux, tho recent execu
tions in Bulgaria Bcem to have im
proved the political situation in the
Balkans. No doubt the Russian
Government feels that the Regents
ato more resolved titan ever not to
accede to its demands. Russian
prestige has already suffered so
much in thu Balkans during the last
j ear, thai one false step more might
compromise it for ever. The scml
olllcial at tide in the Journal do HI.
J'etti'obouiy tespecting the execu
tions, which concluded with the
threatening words, "Patience lias
its limit, and these limits have been
passed," was greeted with much
enthusiasm, and every one expected
that the Government would im
mediately take decisive measures.
Now it lias become evident that the
tirtich was simply an indication of
annoyance and an adtnibsion of in
capacity to undo what had been al
ready done. The Russian Jingoes
aro exasperated, nnd reproach the
Government for its weakness and
cowardice. Reports were circulated
that the Panslavists intended to
organize an anti-Govcriitucnl.il de
monstration a dangerous game un
der autocratic rule. It now seems
that the demonstration is to take the
apparently innocent, but yet signifi
cant form, of a collection for the
lelativcs of the executed "maityrs,"
as tho traitorous Bulgarian ollicers
arc called here. It was in the same
way that in 187G the agitation com
menced which in the following year
led to the last Eastern war.
0. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Australia May 3
Mariposa May 10
Australia May HI
Zcalaudia June 10
Australia June 28
Alameda July 8
Australia July 2G
Mariposa August ft
Australia August 23
Zealandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September HO
Austi alia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 15
Zealandia November 25
Australia . December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Zealandia May 0
Australia. . .". May 10
Alameda June l
Australia Juno 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 5
Zealandia July 29
Australia August 2
Alameda August 2(i
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zealandia October 2 1
Australia October 25
Alameda November 18
Australia ....., November 22
Mariposa December 1G
Australia December 20
Zealandia (1888) January 13
r.r.i r rnio ttuiPENROKY
i'HKri with ovnry Holt.
I'ro Pamphlet No.'.'.
latall. 1K70. Hml far
104 irOHTII aflLi h RTv.rVa tKv nr. VVA'
tiarM-ft. MAOMrTinrl Aifl .mior. jn'-
l?rl BAO'MENTO BT , mil FTIANOrpCO.bAI.
Feb. iS, '87. 1571 ly
I have this day sold to MK. F. IIIL
DKH, Uin business of tho Cum ITuurE
April 10th, 17.
In lefertneoto the above, I beg to state
that h.iviug urcliasid the stock, eo )il
will, on:., ol tho Ci.tiji Ilousi: Dim, so
Hoiims, and trut that by mi let atten
tion to liusiiesi, and (('inducting llie
fame on irsMass piluclplu, to merit n
continuance of the piiliomigo boitowcu
on my piulcccsor.
ApilllOth, 18S7. ir, lw
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Itccords Searched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, and Coiixtyaiicos
Druwu on short no ice.
Collodion Agency. Mit. .IOIIN GOOD,
.In., Authorized t'ollector.
employment Agency. M it. F. M MIC OS,
General Business Agency. No. US Mer
Hell Tcleiiliono .'MR. V. O. Iiox415.
T1IK INTBUKST OP .lAMK-t n.
OAS'ILE lu the linn of U.istluifc
Cooko ocacil on iho fbst inst. All
liabilities of Iho o 'iieern aio asMimed
by tho leinaiuing nir'niirs.
OASTLK & COOKE.
Honolulu April 0 87- 01 end fit
TVI ISS CLARKE, who has had many
LTJL j fin 8 e.i.rli'm o in Diys it Cloak
M kbii;. IuihOI'ICNKI) A UItlSMAK
ING KSTAULISliJlEJfTnt 101 Alakea
XI RS, RODANET, tho well-known
Lli. dm s-niik. r, "OO'iilly n turned
from Paris, ha her dro.s.inakini' rooms
still ou Kiiinm street, iibovo tho square.
pixriuf?n! i; ff
iJtt ZUtfCTdH 1.
' S .V.b'.l'.y
New Goods !
Mr. L B, KERR
Una received and opened up his Xow
Compilsliigalargonnd well selected
TronseriiiES, Goatings, etc.
Bultille for iho Se.i'on.
Tlnse goods were .el -cled in England
ly .Mr. Kerr personally, ami aro gunran.
teed to be of the llnujt quality.
Mr. Kerr, liavliif; seen o 1 tho (service
of n NEW UUTTlilt, ho Is pre.
aCilto fuldl ordeis with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street.
NEW CANDY STORE
ClIAltLnS I.UDWKiSEN (lato fore
man of (leoige llnnO and AL11EKT
(JKON wish to inform iho public that
liicy will open a flrit.clnss Candy Fae.
No. G6 HOTEL STREET,
About Thur.-d ly, April 21st, with n ilno
French and Home-mado Candles, Novcltios,
and Fancy Boxes. li! lw
Open evory afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMA8 13. WALL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
JTuust; Keceived !
tby B u k " arallac,"
In Ilai'vclM and Hair IlarrclH.
For Sale by
Oil !)w ATLE & COOKE.
J. HOPP & CO-
74 Kins Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
EINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
Por Bnl's or Pintles in small or largo
8!ll quantities! ly.
Husiace & Robertson,
DRAY M. IT, T .
A LIi ordcts for Cartane promptly at.
rx. tended to. Particular Attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods In transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest pilccs.
OfU-so, bdjolning E. P. Adams & Co.'s
082 ly Mutual Ti lephnno No. 19.
Having pcciued the Services of
Geo, C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to oeciito all
Houhg or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Xp BHOrilEK. V. It. OASTL11,
ill h U mv lu'l pnwo'of altoriuy,
ami w Half r me in nil matleis of
b ti-inci-n during my ab-enco fiom tho
Kingdom. J. B. CASTLE.
Honolulu, April 0, 1887. Oi coilOt
:C I G A R:
LEADS THEM ALLl
Your wives and children will rcjolco,
Having found tho Sampler Cigar your choice
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 First Street, S. F. 89
For sale Everywhere
Tallin Lemonade Dpi,
Telephone, 00. V. O. Ux 400.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Tlioioutrhly puro mid mule by t-ti am, In
I M nml 'a Aull.Atino(pli..ric Apnruliis
Willi slllss pumps. All copper dls.
nern'ti with. The liewtsl pitcut In
CryBtal Valve llottlca
Only lu Use lor Tuhiil Lcinonadde, Uicii
adiiu ami 1'eif.clUliiger Ale, at 75 cents
per dozen, deliveic I to any part of thu
city. And Oodd'o P.itent Gluts Stoppers
for the eclebiated pi mi dry
!?o hiirlily eillcaeloua fo dyfpep'sln, as
supplied to all llie princpil t mllics in
Hono.ttlu, and exclusively to II. B. il.'s
VifcfciU ol war.
iNlauit orders iiromptly atteudeil to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,18 7. 150!) ly
G. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal'
Older lert at Otllce, with N. F. Bi:r-
gess, fr'-l King Street, will be proni tly
utleuded to. 6'Jly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for fiile, la quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders are hereby solicited and will
bodelircud nt any locality within tko
TSo. 8 KINO STREET.
lioth Telephone. 187. CI
Health is Wealth
Dr. E. C. West's Neuve and IIraih Theat
Sir.NT, n Ruarantcod Bni,clU for llyatorin, Ulr.zi
not.s. Convulelons, Fits, iserrous Nuuralgin,
ot ak'oliol or tobacco, Wakotiilnens, Mental Do.
prcuslon, gottonlna of ttio Drain, reaulllntf in in
Bnnlty ami londinu to misery, (loony and dcntlit
l'ronmturo Old Aw, ltarmnnoos, Loss of Power
in cither smt. Involuntary Lossea and Hpermutnr
rhoca, caused by overexertion of tlio brain, nnlf.
abuso, or over-lndalgenco. Each box containi
ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six Ijoips
tot $3.eo. Bout by mall prepaid on rocoipt of prioo.
1VE GUAILlXTti: SIX BOXES
To euro nny caso. With oach order received by u
for nix boxos, nocoinionied with S5.ai, wo will
eend tho purohosor our written Kuarantooto re
fund tho money if tho treatment doos not effect
u euro, Uuuruntocs isauod only by
IIOLLlHTEIt tfc CO.
WnwIllMrlholMT.irwtrJ lorn t....f I.lt.r CMnfUltl'
PyirrtU, Mrk II.kl.rli., lujiftitlon, Coo.tlp.lloa or CoillvM...
it. nuool cut. nlui W.il' f cull, Llrtr I ilia, Lta lb. dlrto.
tloni tra itrlclly coraiM rrllb. 'fb. ... jiunlf ttf.Ubl., u4
oxtrWl u lv utlifulloD. BocrCoUJ. Ijirct toiti.too.
Ulilii(MiiUUltlnsli. Fr itli ly .11 dru;tliu. b.i. it
rcuntcrf.lu tud liclutlpni. Ylii ttnclro muufutttr.1 oulr Lv
JOIIKC. WIST CO, HI f W. S3."" IZ cZil
lIH UU1 rvlfci5 unl 1 uiU frtf .14 m tjnlUvl 3 .lot iuu
IIolllMter Jt Co,,
80 Om WholcBHle and Ketull AfionU
-MM 4&M &