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PJIIDAY, .TAN. (5, 1803.
I'-mnxx, Jan. li.
Stun llnxxiili fiom Ilamakua
l'mnxx, .T.ni. II.
Haw bk It 1' Ulthi't, MonNoii, fin b.m
Stni r KilmiiM Hun foi l'.i.iulmu, Kuktiintl
htmr.las Mukeo fni Kap.ia at 1 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Tor ftmr W 0 Hall 1572 lajs stienr, .'17
hilts colloti, IJU head of cattle, .'! lior-e",
21 bills hiilus, 5U pkgs sunilrii's.
ln T.almiu.i, per stmr Wai.ili'.ilu, Jan 5
Miss (J V Dull) i, SINs 11 Ohrt, ami 10
riom 31. i ill and Hawaii, per stmr W Q
Hall, Jan o Volcano: Airs Cuter, 11 Haa ',
Cipt U Ollicur. Other ports: 1" Fuller,
MisTC Wills, Mrs Mliccmvcll, Mnstois
(ireenwell (2), J W Smithies, JIrs A Claik,
Miss II Smith, Miss Murv Maitin, Misses
Smithies (2), Mi-s Kekmila, Mi-i M Mulie
lonn, Mrs li florin in, Mustei Hughes, V
I' Line, ami l'lilcok.
Tho schooner Tinnsit is IIng in the
st i cam.
U liuu.iv.il row is at present represented
by the untii'ue warship Kaimilua.
Tho Hawaiian brig Douglass, Captain
Ileid, is about due from Bin riancKco.
The bark ltithet left to-il.ij for San
TiantisLo with .'11,377 bags sugar, valued at
$!W,tlr.07, quite un amount at one lielc.
The steamer lVle is leeeiving a geneial
overhauling, besides bcinu reeanlkeil. fehe
will be iiudy to liavo lor Makaweli on
The steamers Mariposa ami Alameda
will bu due at tins port noxt wtek, the
forinei from the Colonies and tho latter
finni ban riaiiLisco.
At the Maternity
iiuiuc, iionoiuiu, .lanuarv o, lft'Ji, to
the wife of bam Kawailepolcpo, u son.
1 Ionic, Honolulu,
KIILED BY DRINK.
Fato of a Native Laborer at Sprock
olsville. On Sundiiy morning (Now Year's)
Doputy Shoriir Chillingxx-oith ro
eoix'od a telephone message from
Sproekol&x'illo that a natixo had boon
found dead. Ho lepaired at onco to
tho plantation and wont in company
with Mr. H. Contor and Mr. Long,
Shurill'b clerk, to tho place whore
tho doad boiiy was tying.
It appeared that on Saturday
niglit tho man found doad, Kaai, a
laboier ou Spreekolsx'illo plantation,
had boon drinking at Camp 3 with
hinno Japs, the liquor being Japa
neso "sake". Ho was partially drunk
on his auixal at tho house whoro ho
died, but hat down with tho folks
and drank, first, some wino and,
aftorwaul, some gin. Subsequently
ho lay faeo down on a pulu pillow.
Ho was hoard to bo breathing hard
in tho night, but no special atten
tion was given to him. When in tho
morning someone wont to call him
for breakfast, Kaai was found dead.
His. mouth and nostrils wore full of
liquor, and mucus which ho had
vomited in tho night. From his po
sition faeo down on tho pillow it was
oidont that ho had sulfocated.
Dr. Laidlaw, tho resident physi
cian, made a thorough examination
and expressed his professional opin
ion that tho man had died from suf
focation caused l3f his face down
position and drunken state. Tho
oldorly relatives of tho doad man
made clear statements of tho circum
stances, and in view of tho ovidont
facts tho Doputy Shoriir declined to
hold an inquest and ordered the
Initial of tho body.
Asiatic Riot at Quarantino.
A telephone message was received
at tho Police Station at 3 o'clock
this afternoon stating that there
was a big light between tho Chinese
and Japanese immigrants at tho
Quarantino station. Officers woio
despatched to the scene and tho
trouble quelled. It scorns the trou
ble arose from tho fact that the
Japanese were allowed to land first,
1 ho quarantine having been raised,
and the Chinese woio jealous of the
Thoiowillbe no pia)or meeting
at tho Central Union Chinch, Satur
day o oning. A union meeting of all
t ho eluuelies Portuguese, Jajianese,
Chinese, Hawaiian, an well as inoin
bors of tho Central Union Church
will bo held in the Kaiimakapili
Chinch Saturday evening. The
hymns to bo sung will bo selected
fioui the .Moody uiitl Saukoy collec
tion of (jofipul lIuiiiH, Theio will
be no tiaiislntioii of the aildiesses.
All iiiteiestcd in united Christian
uriil; of nil iiatioiialitien aie invited
to attend, and take pint in this fel
lowship meeting of Christian work-eio,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A salesman is wanted for a coun
Judge Whiting presides at Circuit
Court (ilinmbois this wcok.
Tho band will givo a concert at
Queen Emma hall this moiling.
A now irrigation notice is issuod
to-day by Suporintondont While.
Tho now boiler of tho steamer W.
G. Hall was tested tho other day.
Oahu Lodge, K. of P., will havo
installation of officers this oxoning.
Alapai street above Kiiiau is being
rogradod and having sidewalks add
Tho steamer W. G. Hall reports
tho continued activity of tho Vol
cano. Calendars havo boon received from
W. C. Peacock & Co. and Castlo &
Tho Uoad Supervisor has had coal
dust and black sand laid down for
Tho now ly elect ud officers of tho
United Chinese Society appear in
Diamond Head, .'I p. in. Woathor
clear, wind fresh noitheast, schooner
Hoy Roy oil port.
China Engine Co. elected officers
on Wednesday evening. Their
names appear elsewhere.
Tho Advertiser has something now
to-day a coat of fresh paint on tho
front of its enlarged building.
Geo. Ryan's trial for carrying a
deadly weapon has been postponed
until to-monow in tho District
Tho piesont lino weather on top
of the signed Appropriation Act is
making happy new ear whoro gloom
Tho two evcaptains of police,
Lai son and Hopkins, hae bought
Thomas J. King's street sprinkling
outfit and privilege.
Tho Clork of tho Judiciary Do
part inont calls for tenders for print
ing and binding Vol. VIII. of Ha
Tho praise services at the Roman
Catholic Cathodral to-day were
largely attended. St. Louis College
was given a holiday.
J. F. Morgan will hold a salo of
household furniture, magazines and
books, and three now cookstoves at
his salosi oom at 10 o'clock to-nior-row.
Sovon spars eaino by tho Robt.
Lowois for Sorenson Aj Ljlo and
woio landed this afternoon. Thoy
aro grand sticks, one of them being
93 foot long.
Jim Hall and Bob Fitsiiiunons,
middlowoights, will fight for the
championship and a ?1(),000 purso in
Now Orleans, on March 8th. Both
moil aro well known to local sports.
The second annhorsaiy of tho
Queen's accession to tho throno fall
ing on a Sunday, Mondaj', Jan. 30.
will bo obsonecl as a public holiday,
when all Government offices will bo
Major J. H. Wodehouso, Biitish
Minister Rosident, was an attentive
listonor in tho Legislative Assombly
this morning during tho discussion
of the proposition to send a deputa
tion to Washington.
A man named B. Kailianu was ar
lestod last night for the theft of a
pair of shoes. As the matter is ex
pected to bo amicably settled be
tween tho parties concerned, the
man's ti ial was post poned.
At a special meet ing of the Trus
tees of tho Queen's Hospital hold
this morning it was decided to add
another trained nuiso to tho Hospi
tal. This will make tho thiid tiain
ed nurso at tho institution.
A peculiar accident happened to
tho mate of tho Gorman bark Bvlgia
last night. While asleep ho dislo
cated Ins shoulder in tho act of
turning. Dr. McLennan was sum
moned and attended pioniptly to
mo uijuicd man.
J. F. Moigan will soil a desirable
residence on Emma street, opposite
Emma Square and bolow Mi. Mol
lis' residence, at his salesroom at
noon to-monow. The lot has a
frontago of .")(i foot on Emma street
and is 128 foot deep.
Tho Justices of the Supremo
Court and the Judges of the Ciicuit
Court were in conference to-day, re
vising all kinds of founs for use in
the District Courts. Affer this is
done thoy will havo anothor job of
the same kind for tho Circuit
At tho organ concert at Kaiimaka
pili Church Tuesday evening tho
hymn, '"From Greenland's Icy
Mountains," will bo illustrated by a
number of views while oices aro
singing the hymn. The same with
'Homo Sweet Homo." The Israelites
will bo seen ciossing the Rod Sea
and so on. Tickets aro on sale at T.
G, Tin urn's bookstore, Fort street.
An alarm for a lire at Pawaa, in
the vicinity of the McCully resi
dence, was rung about 5 o'clock yos
toiday afternoon. The depart incut
turned out quickly, and it was a lino
sight to see tho two engines going
out King street, Engine Co. No. 2
leading slightly. It turned out,
liouowir, to bo a false alaim, and
will bo iinestigated by Firo .Marshal
The Sailor's Homo Society held a
meeting yesterday and elected tho
following oIllcKi'n; C, R. Bishop,
('resident; F. A. Kehaofur, Secietaryj
.l.JI, 1'aty, Tieasiuer. Trustees: S.
X. Castle, F. A. Schaofer, T. R.
Walker, S. U. Dole, J. II. I'aly, C. .M.
Cooke, Uveulive: .). 15. Alherton,
I'. M. Cooke and A. S. ('leghorn.
Resides a lejioit fioui the building
committee, nothing else of impor
tance was done.
(luueral Ko-ocniiis in making pre
:iintion for a liip to California.
Friday, Jan. (i, 18!):.
The Assombly convened for prayer
at the usual hour. At 0:15 tho min
utes of the previous meet ing were
road, and thoy wero approved.
Noble Peterson, from tho Judi
ciary Committee, gave notice anil
read for tho first and second times
a now bill relative to writs of error.
Bill ordered to engrossment and to
third reading on Monday.
Tho special Order of tho Day, viz.:
tho resolution ofTorod by Rep. Smith
rolativo to tho appointment ol a
commission to proceed to Washing
ton to ascertain information which
would tend to arranging bettor com
mercial relations between tra United
States and Hawaii, came up for con
sideration. Rep. Smith said that ho considered
that tho object had been stated fully
in tho report presented yesterday by
the committee Tho proposed coin
mission will not havo any powors to
make any treaty. Thoy will go
simply for information and to iin-
Rep. White said that it this coin
mission was sent then thoy should
receive very definite instructions
from this House what their duties
were. Rop. Smith had said that tho
American people did not seem to
know much about us, as thoy often
had confounded us with Fiji. He
thought that tho niomborwas trying
to mislead tho other members be
cause it would bo ver3' strange if
Americans did not hae some defi
nite knowledge about us when our
daily and weekly papers are being
constantby sent abroad and tho
"Paradise of the Pacific" is always
filled with information rolatho to
Rep. Smith dosired to ask the
monibor a question. It was well
known that Mr. Nolte and other
people imported cigars from Manila.
Now, ho would ask tho honorable
member if ho know whoro Manila is
Rop. Whito did not wish to bo in
terrupted and ho would warn tho
member not to question him on
geography because that was his forte.
(Laughtor). Continuing ho said that
the Hon. R. W. Wilcox would go to
Washington, soo Cloolandand then
ho and his old friond Morono would
pull wires. It was of little uso to soud
Rep. Iosopa for his opinion had al
ready boon published in thoExainiuor.
Ho w as a clergyman it is true, but tho
wa- thoy do things ovor in America,
it niaj' bo that some of tho fascinat
ing ladies in Washington will chuck
him under tho chin, twine thoir arms
about him, and say that ho is tho
best looking man in tho commission.
Rop. Iosopa may not fall, it is true,
but human nature is weak, and un
less tho commission is very particu
larly instructed in thoir duties, ho
may bo apt to come back hero and
say that ho has soon oorybody oer
thero and thoy havo promised to do
oorything, and besides send ship
loads of whito women for wives for
kanakas. When it conios down to
tho opening of the Nicaragua canal
it is foolish for us to gio them ad
vice in that or in tho laying of a
cable. It is well known that thore
is a certain man here that has a lin
ger in this, who desires to niako a
cool S200.000 out of this cable trans
action and his namo is Mr. Hart well.
This commission looks as though it
was a project being worked for tho
benefit of this man Hartwoll, who
holds tho cable franchise Ho (tho
speaker) dosired to seo tho countiy
advance, and ho thought it would
shortly do so. If it was loft to a
popular oto thore would bo no ces
sion of Hawaiian torritor3-.
Rop. Waipuilani said that he had
signed tho report recommending tho
appointment of a Commission. Ho
did not havo any knowledge of the
resolution to bo introduced nor that
ho was to be one of the proposed
Commission. It was his idea that the
Queen was tho authority to appoint
tho Commission. Ho would ask tho
Attorney-General if the Assembly
had tho right to appoint and lor
ward a Commission.
The Attorney-General not being
presold Noble Thurston stated that
tho Canadian Parliament had done
so in regaid to tho investigation of
tho Chinese question, a ropott of
which was now in tho Foreign
Rop. Waipuilani (continuing) said
that ho doubted the wisdom of this
resolution. There was a Minister
Resident at Washington and it
would look queer to send a Com
mission to do the woik for which
that functionary is paid.
Noblo Thurston said thero was a
serious side to tho question. Our
present commercial relations with
tho United States aro most unsatis
factory. Although wo do got rico
and bananas in free under the Reci
procity Treaty j-ot that is only for
two j'oars more. Aro wo going to
sit down aud simply say "Good Lord
deliver us" and do nothing to help
the Lord. The Lord helps those who
help themselves. Ho doubted tho
competency of tho Ropresentatio
now at Washington; whatever he
111113 haxo boon in the past, he is not
now up to tlio rougn ami lumiile
work necofasarv to carry us forxvard
lie had not hoard any other project
but this advanced. Ho did not doubl
mat 11 1 110 vuecn wont, iorwaru
tho Hamo as Kalakaua had gone,
then something might be accom
'dibhod. Hut he had not heard any
information that the Queen iiitenil-
ed to go. What in wanted is a hear
ing, aud he believed that a Commis
sion composed of native Hawaiians
as the one proposed would bo able
to obtain that much desired result.
Xow, relative to the remaiknof Itep,
While, about Mr. Hartwoll, ho would
miv that, amongst native Hawaiians,
all one had lo do wax to put his
head above the surface to bo attack
ed by his folot h. This cliaiacleriH.
tic 01 envy was not coiiliiien 10 na-
- wailniio alone; it
umoiigHt the whito
iiiuiuburd of the
community. Just as on as a man
made an elfort to get aboo the rest
or do IU13 thing good for himself he I
had a pack of hoiimU at his heels
which tried to howl him down. Mr. !
Hartwoll had not told him to say so,
but ho would say that Mi, Hartwoll 1
was willing to gie up the frmichUo
for a cable to any one who would
guarantee to put th'epmjecl thiough
and would not ask one cent for it.
Ho (Mr. Hartwoll) had pioiouslv
desired that his expenses, which
amounted to some SiMX), be paid,
but the gentleman would not let
that now stand in the way and
would willingly transfer the fran
chise to the care and keeping of any
go eminent or person who would
carr3 it thiough. He (the speakei)
regarded Mr. Hartwoll as a public
spirited citizen, and who had spent
his own 11101103' in an endeavor to
advance the interests of the coun
try. Mr. Hartwoll had been faKoly
accused in tho press and by remarks
finalb brought, out opoiuy by tho
member from Lahaina that" Mr.
Hartwoll had had selfish tnoties;
the speaker desired to dispel such
idea, as it was entirely false.
Rep, Bush did not hao much
faith in tho commission as formed.
Ho considered that repiesontatho
Hawaiians like Nobles Kauoa, lloa
pili and Kauhauo could do more in
a wcok than 11113' othei commission
could do in months.
At 1 1 nil) recess was had until 1:30
Fetor High Gets Nominal Damages
Against a Chinese Firm.
Justice Bickerton has rondeied' a
decision in tho case of Peter High
vs. Ving Fat Co. On Wing came to
High and asked him to figure on
window frames. Tho3' agieed on
$'20 a frame, 03' Wing's linn (Ving
Fat Co.) to send a sample within a
week. Tho sample never came and
High claimed damages in tho Police
Court of .(m, estimating the profit
on tho lost job at .?5 a fianio on 13
of them. Tho Police Couit found
that the suit was property bi ought,
but that plaintitr was not entitled
Plaiiltiir appealed to the Supremo
Court and tho case was considered
bv Judge Bickerton on biiefs. His
Honor finds that tho defendants
wero partners, that a contract was
pioed, and that theio was a bteach
of contract. I5ut, as a contractoi
somotiines meets a loss where he has
figured on a profit, tho question of
tho amount of damages in a case
like this is ory uncertain, and the
plaintiH' is ouby entitled to nominal
damages. Judgment for plaintiff
for .?." and costs. Frear for plaintiff;
Ashford for defendants.
IMPIil&ONUhNT IOH DCsniiTlOV Ol' W1KK
Judge Dolo has rendeied a de
cision in the suit of Maiia Gomes da
Silva against her husband, Joaquin
Gomes da Silva. When the couple
married t lny went to lixo xxilh
Joaquiiu's patents. Tioublo not un
usual in such cases folloxxed. The
man left his wife and ccaed to sup
port her. In justification of his ac
tion ho laid much stress on his wife's
disobodionco to his ordois. She
would actually go away from the
house without his permission. The
Court holds, however, that there is
nothing in the statutes which makes
tho husband tho supremo mastei of
tho wife's movements or her guai dian.
Upon being questioned in court
tho respondent refused to leturn to
Ins wife. II10 law under these cir
cumstances authorizes the Court to
punish tho offending pait3' b3' ini-1
prisonment at haul labor for not
moro than a month. Counsel for
the defendant contended (hat the
part of tho statute providing for this
penalt3 was unconstitutional, under 1
Article 11 of the Constitution, "In-
voluntarj' servitude, except for 1
crime, is foroxor prohibited in (his j
The full Court, in questions re
served in this case, agreed in reudei-
ing the opinion that cases under j
the Act to provonl married persons '
fiom deserting one another an not
ciiminal in chaiactei. Tho Queen 1
does not prosecute them and the
public has no immediate interest in
such cases. His Honor declares this
feature of tho law in question to lie
inconsistent with the constitutional ,
provision cited. He finds that Sec
tion .J 01 the Act 111 question is un-
constitutional, and, as the statute
gix-es no other relief in the premises,
the petition is dismissed. Hatch
and Neumann for plaintill'; Whiting
STAX OK I'HOCI LIUNhS.
Chief .Justice Judd has ordeied a
toniporar3' stay of proceedings in
the ease of T. K. Lucas and .1. Lucas,
executors of the xvill of Geo. Lucas,
deceased, v.s. V. II. I'edxwud and A.
. I. Lope, garnishee. This has been
done on the petition of Lope, xvho
swears that ho owed defendant Sli'.H
011 the building contract, while the
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mi'ii n nuns uhu inn i:iui'u, iiiiu
that S. C. Allen had served a inate-
1 . .
I rial men'h lien 011 him for S18H.").20.
I Unless proceedings requiting him to
I make payment on plaintilF's claim
I xx'oro htit3'd, he would have to pay
1 tho amount of Allen's lieu out of his
oxx'ii pocket. The Chief Justice has
j appointed Tuesilax, :21th iust., for
I the healing of the mot ion to si a
I proceedings, .1. A. .Magoon foi the
ih .. ., m.i.upi,,j,0 pnwmt for
Jl,,ihnins. The I'.icilie Haidvvaio
Company haxe just opened a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes
artotypes, photogiavuies, liumlall'h
and linoiiii's. 11 hotoirian is, panels.
cabinet raines, medallion.s on glass,
pastels, steel engiaviiigs, etc. I licir
iines of Moiildiugn comprise the
latest patterns, and picluie fiaiiiiug
in Hindu a specialt3.
An iissoitiueut of Cornice I'olu-,
Hiacl.etn and 'riiuiiiiiug, alnvnoii
A iiuuihei of piclilien woio Mild
tho 1I113 thev weie opened, ami the
continued ileiumiit in lediieiug the
fiU mil 11 month,
The Meeting of the Board of
The Annual Parade to bo Held on
Eighteen members of (he Boaid
of Roprosenlatixos, Honolulu File
Department, at tended the monthly
meeting last night. Chief Enginoei
Julius Asch presided, with the sup
pot I of Fiit and Second Assistants
J. II. Hunt and D. L. Kalawaia.
China Engine Co. icpoited its an
nual election of officers as follows:
Foreman, Chang Kim; lir-t n-Mstant,
Fool; You; second aistant, Ho
Fook; delegate, Ho Fon; sociotary,
Lau Chong; treasurer, Luni Sing.
The communication was accepted
and China's foienian, assistant and
delegate wero welcomed to their
si'ats in the Board. A xxiitlen loport
of the election of officers bx- the File
Police xxas al-o icceixed, but their
roprosontatixos had been seated on a
xeibal lopoit at the prexious meet
ing. Sooiolav Henrx Smith's own
certificate of election as delegate of
Engine Co. No. 2 xxas also accepted.
Sociotary Smith read his financial
report, showing a cash balance of
.?l.W.7(i in the fund. J. 11. Boyd, D.
Logan anil Chang Kim were ap
pointed an auditing committee to
examine the accounts. A statement
of bills to be paid out of thoGoxern
mont appiopriation, accruing in fixe
months from August 1st to Dec.
.'Hst, xxas read and the bills, amount
ing to ox'er asitHKl, were onh'iod to
Mr. Smith, as delegate of Mechanic
Engine Co. No. 2, biought forward
the reference of that compiuv rela
tive to four membeis elected" at a
special meeting, of which the cir
cumstances were related in this
paper's repot t of that company's
regular mooting. After a little dis
cussion it xxas decided to roTer the
matter to a committee for investiga
tion, and D. L. Kalawaia. Geo. K.
Norton and Chang Kim were ap
pointed 13' the Chief as such com
mittee. Tho subject of the Usual Depail
nieiit pantile in celebiation of the
anniersar3 on Februai3' 3d coining
uj), Assistant Foreman Cha-. Clark
of No. 2 moved that the paiado be
held at It) o'clock in the morning,
the usual hour. Foienian Robot t
Moioof No-l moved in amendment
that the paiado be omitted this
year. Mr. Moie gaxe as his leason
the dulness of limes for mechanics,
x ho in consequence could not alloul
to spend time and 11101103' in canx'
ing out the time honoicd celebra
tion. On (he n.csaiid 11113s being
called, in which (he Chief fciigiucoi
hasaxofe, the result was a lie of.)
toil. Then a recess of fixe minutes
xxas taken to admit of fiee and eas3'
discussion. When the meeting was
again called to 01 dor, a standing
xoto xvas taken, in which the Chief
has only a casting vote, and the
parade was canied l3 !l to S.
Foienian Carl Widemanu moved
to haxe the time changed to .Salui-
tia3', imii uaiy 1, at J. p. m., wlncli
cairied. A complaint xvns pn-scntcd
fioin the Hook and Laddoi Co.,
that (in fonnet occasions companies
solicited subscriptions about town
for aid to their own compans cele
bullions in the name of the IJcpatt
nient. This was com eded In dillei
ont members to be a wrong practice,
and it was resolved to appoint a
committee of tho Hoard to do all
the .soliciting for aid, the pioceeds
to bo divided among all the com
panies. This is not to intoifeie with
subscriptions taken within indivi
dual companies. On motion of Mi.
Kalawaia a committee xxas appoint
ed, consisting of .1. Asch, C. Wide-
j nmiin and Chang Kim, with the
necreiar3' piomising on request to
sissibt, to raihe a subscription among
the merchants and insurance agents
for the auuix'oi.sar3 celebiation.
Tho Chief Engineer announced
that fioui the lii.sl of uot month
the pa3' of tho engine drixerh of Xo.
1 and Xo. 2 would be raised fiom liO
a mouth to S7f. TI103 gaxe tlieii
whole time to the service aud f til lj
earned the raise. The announce
ment xvas applauded, as xxas also the
further one that foiciiien of com
panics were to be allowed fiee tele
phones. Foreman Uoy moved a
' recommendation, and it wasci
recommendation, and it was earned,
1 ,, 1 , , ; ,,r .....1. ..r u...
' w.i. v,vJ uiinllli 1 in .it l li il .11 lilt.'
lie eugiiieem ol
four engine companies haxe their
nioiith'3 pay laised from .''." to tfll).
j Tho Chief after moineiilaiw delibeia-
tion wud he granted the Hoaid's
wishes, but he wished to caution
' them against passing oulers lor iu-
1 creases, Tin, appiopii.it 1011 was not
1 largei than would be lequiied men
with economical ospoudiiuio, and if
the outlay xvas too lihoi.tl theie
would not be enough fo
hoivices. Still, in the case of the
I enginceis he conceded that the in
' crease was just and would not beg
1 gar the Depai tiueiil.
1 ''For (ho past two or thiee joais I
, have been subject to cianiping pains
1 m the sloiimcli, sav ,xir. . A
aldvvin, a haidvvaie uieicli.int of
oouville, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I have
l lie lii'-t 111111 iieiug liiiiiiDi'i'lain s
Colic, Choleia ami hiarilin-.i Keiue
(I3. O110 tn two doses of it alvxii3
cures me." Sold l3 all dealein.
liciiMin, Smith tV Co., Agents for the
b.M.l.hMAS rult A Mil'M'ltY
Aiiiiix in wrltliiB.
M. 'ti. Ultl.N'UAl'M X L'u.
WONDER OF MODERN TIMES!
PILLS 8c OINTMENT.
purify die Hlocx), correct nil Disorilcrs of the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, and llowcls. They
inviLjonte and restore lo health Debilitated
CotiMitutions and arc invalinble in all Com1
ttlauiU incidental to 1 (.males of all ages.
h an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Had
lltcasts, Old Wounds Soiei and Ulcers. For
Sire 'lliroai-, llioncliitis, Coughs, Colds,
Ciout, RlieunnlMii, Olmduhr Swellings, and
all 'km Di-iimn it Ins no cinnl
Miiuifactmcd onl at 1'iofi-ssor Hoi LOWAY'S
7S, NTW OXIOl'll STUITT, LONDON,
Late 533, Oxtoi.D SniEtT,
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - HoiaoruPu, H. I.
IB. IF.. ISIEHIILjIEilR, &c GO.
S3 PORT STK.H3H3T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
1' Japanese Sill: ami Crepei, at very low priee.
J3T Ulore and iramlLrrelu'cf joics, Toilet and Manicure Sv(,
iro7. ftucs, Doll-, Etc., Kte., all olil rcinrdlct's of iosl.
Lad in' and .17. mv,' Tailor
Headed Silk, Hlaek Capri,
X3T Faun, Hosiery and Jfandkcrcltitfs in grutt tariff;.
13T Dressmaking Under U10 Management oi MISS K. CLARK. .J
Christmas & New
C (: (: H H Jc1:!!:f!1c1cf!f1:
Txriixynu .x. co. coiiiu-uuiic.
ii Millie NOV i:i .TI I's" for the
V Huh (lifts fur
( HIUM'MAa .h:vi-i.uy. O
kj A 1. 1..
NollllMi 1.IK.1: ir IX IOWN. O.
The Old Stand,
WKXXliK & CO.,
liii.oitiiiK mid M iinif.ii liiniij Jmvcli i".
r m .-1 1 1 1
Closing Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
SIH II Afe:
I'iixs it 1 1 or without Mn hiuiiiii,
Doll-, I 1 in, Albums, t-.itchi -,
I'lll-i- Vllsll, St.ltlles,
Iiioiii W.iri', Moctu I'ups,
(ipcia mill hpv Olii-si", (w.irr.intid first
Minois, I'liinius, llr.ulvits,
l.uuchlMski't", K'houlli is,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
I'niis, (cxlr.i lino);
(.urputs mill lilies, (nil
i: ii-li I'ilic inmki'il with CASH
DIM Ol'.NT on I urgor C11-I1 I'ur-
I'VI'UYIiODY inxit.il tn mi In
1 J ni. ,' n,1ir , TMfliviniiTT
V Gl61 1113.1 V - - 111 111 IT131 V
LUUIIUIJ , 111111 UlUI J,
KIM. sum. 1:1.
l.M'I'llt III Vis llllllllllllllliull- fill l'ltllllll
No ltii-l 111 riiruvxiui; llui-i-
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
vi n itiNutv in iiinx.
t Hull ll. I
I'. U. li HU
- made Jackets, front 'J up.
at your own prite.
to be the
Price 75 Cents.
"hi. OI.AI' IlliANl)"
Superior to Any Other !
'I his Milk is prnpureil 111 Norwiix from
the I'm i! L'liskiiiiiui'il Mill; of Norvvcj'i.iii
( iiws, r-il on mountain nc'ss. Tlicru is
nothing mlili'il iMtit tho I"iiut Silpir
mill iidthlnn I. il.cn iixmix from it hut water
it tlu'ruforc iiosi'sesiill the onu:lliiil n
purlins tmil uroiiiii iioculiar to NurtxPKiiiu
For Salo in Quantities to Suit by
II. W. SOI I M I DT & SO X S .
A bllll'MUXT (.IF
: Fishbrand Oil Clothing
Mill hVl.i: Y -
j THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
( 1111 In- fimml, ns itmiiil, at his ri'sliU'iioi),
.Milken ctrci't, iiuxt tn llrltUh ('lull, ur liv
iiiiim.iiKc t " I! VllliiuiK.' niuru, l'or't
gm All work Kimriiuti'tMl ami vtcllvtl a
. etwoiul tliui'. I'niiiiiii attention to ull
onlur. TiiiumI thu I'hinu fur convert of
I Miinlii, thu culubrutul vluliuUt. iJol-lm