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KVIfiKINO MUIjIjIWIN, JUIA' 31, to.
THE KILLING OF RULERS
WAltMII M.OCK, - - 1RHHTAN1A BT,
BO YOU LIKE CBEBY?
Qt IClsicr Stroot.
O. J. Wam.mi - Manacikh.
IIKNI'OTM WHO HAVi: I'M'APRU
Ailnrou( Immunity 1'roin Violent
latli of Kliii'lpcntli '!
Miry Tj nuiti.
In miciont ami inodiiiovul times,
boforo.tho ostnblisliinout of. uows
pnpors, iiulopeudoiit Grnnd Juties,
oloctivo Piirlinniouto mid frco iu
HtitutiotiB, a summary mothod for
goltiug rid of nu objcutionnblo
or intolerable ruler was by tho
violent hand of nu imaRuin, and
the long list of European and
Asiatic despots who met a violoul
death at tho hands of a subject is
brought down by historians to
tho beginning of tho nineteenth
century. Since then nssnssins of
rulers, or regicides, as they used
to bo called, seem to have takou
what may bo described as a now
departure. Instead of striking
down or seoking to do nway with
tho instruments of tyranny and op
pression, they Imvo devoted their
vigorous and reprehensible efforts
to tho killing of tho constitutional
rulers of free governments, to tho
entire neglect and disregard of
nil thoso ukose predecessors wore
iu former years tho victims of
their unwelcome attentions.
The extent of this now depart
ure, if it may bo so called, is
brought to mind again by an ex
ceptional case, that of tho killing
by n religious fnnatic in Porsia of
tho Shah a few weeks ago. Ho
certainly did not come under tho
head of coustitutiounl rulers of
freo governments. He is rierliaps
tho exception proving tho rule.
There have been cighteon nssassi
nntions of ruling monarchs or
olectnd ollicials during tho prosont
century aud n majority o thoso
who (uttered dentil tit tho hands
of assassins wore not kings or
emporois, but presidents of re
publics. Within tho past thirty years two
I'jesidonts of the United States,
Abraham Lincoln in 18G5 and
James A. Garfield in 1881, havo
been shot by nsi-ussins. Moro ro
cently President Caruot of tho
French Republic was killed by
an Italian in tho city of Lyons.
Earlier in tho century Cnpodistrias
tho President of tho provisional
Greek republic, was killed at Nau
plia, and tho establishment of n
monarchy in Greece followed soon
Tho Provident of tho ltopublio
of Hnyti was nssassinnted in 1859;
Colonel Bulta, President of Peru,
in 1872; Morono, President of
Ecuador, in the samo year, aud
his successor, Guttioroz, in 1873.
This list does not exhaust tho
number of presidents of republics,
oithor in tho Eastern or tho
Western Hemisphere, but it is
long enough to illustrato what
may bo described as the lack of
logic of assassins who make re
publican presidents of amiability,
kindliness, forbeuranco and mo
deration such ns Lincoln, Gor
fiold nnd Carnot tho objects of
thoir fury and resoulmeut, while
despotic rulers remain in power
nnd seem to be shielded from as
sault. Tho'Emporor of Russia,
killed in 1881, is sometimes point
ed at ns n conspicuous exception
to this gonornl rule, but ho "was
among tho Czars of his country
the most cloraont and progressive
in a long line of ltomnnoif nion
nrchs. Geimon monnrchs hnvo
in modern times boon con
spicuously exempt from tho ns
saults of murderous assassins,
nnd Austrian emperors, too, have
seemed to bo similarly exempt.
Now 1'oik Sun.
"When you aro down on your
luck ami feel as if tho world was
cold, hard and dreary, just step
into the Criterion saloon and put a
rose-colored tint on everything by
imbibing a glasB of Seattle
Sterling, the painter, is pre
pared tn quote prices on roof
painting, lit us s a composition of
coal tar un I iv.unt. Cheapest
nnd be.it ruof pn parntiou in Ho
nolulu. ToMlfitiirTlnjB!th Ttrnt I.nnuor Wtlwr IIwm
jWuMcbKMirli.Miofiila, Aktlimn. op NtTn etll
,1J...,.0.,.tt,l '" '" " iim1h twill.' .f Jilt. COIt.
DIM'S CIllMMIATi: MUI-SION fr trial. CalUt
ftoleof lIciitinTiii lirug , Honolulu, 11. I. "ItU
uraiitcv J u rtlaiuMo us lll.k or llouey.
30 Days Only
Wall, Nichols Go.
f&eir "Wo must mako room for
NEW STOCK to arrive
rs" "When wo do n thing it's
suro to bo DONE WELL and
thnt's tho enso with OUll
CLEARIH& UP SALE
PPJCES THAT TALK:
"W. k Ditson's Tounis Balls,
cut from 5.50 to 81.15 doz.
Spalding's Toimis Balls, cut
from S5.00 to SD.OO doz.
Spalding's Ollicial Leaguo Balls,
cut from S1.50 to $1.30 each.
Framed Pictures, choico sub
jects, cut from S2.10 to S1.00 each.
750 Boxes Extra Cream Wove
Note Pnpor, cut from .50o to .25c
1000 White Envelopes, size G,
cut from S1.35 to 81.00 each.
This 13 No Fako Salo but a
Genuino Cut Prico Salo
fmTake Advantage Of IHsg
30 DAYS OLY
Watt, Nichols Co
, . ..ANDT1IK.
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(By llov. Edwin M.Ullss.)
fff" Prospectus nnd subscription lists
Morolwnt Stroot, Honolulu.
In ono vol. cloth S 12 00
In one vol. cloth gilt, 2 CO
In onn vol. HnU-KusRlnn tft, 3 50
Notice of Copartnership.
Tho unilorsi(;ued, each residing in Hono
lulu, in tho Island of O.ihu, of tho Itopub
Ho of Hawaii, havo formed n copartnership
with each other in the business of buying
and soiling gonornl merchandise nnd lis
commission inurchiuts iu said Honolulu,
under tho firm unmo or htylo of JT Wntor
house, being tho businoss herotoforo car
ried on by J T Waterhouso, first, nnd his
succesMir, J T Wnteihouso, hcooud.
Dated Honolulu, July 1, 189(1.
FltKUKHICK T 1 WATKK1IUUHK,
Eiim-st Co.nitox Watfjihouse,
Okoikik ti Watkhiiousk.
I havo made over all the stock and nior
ohandlse in tho busiuess carried on by tho
lato J. 'J'. Waterhouse, nnd also tho good
will aud oil outstanding sccouuts thereof,
to my sons, F. T. P , E. C, John and G.S.
WaterhoilBC, who henceforth carry on said
business and abstuno all liabilities from
July 1st, 1890.
ELIZABETH BOUJINE WATER
nOUSE, Solo Legatee undor the will of
John T. Wnterhoiibo. 3lfi lm
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Proparo Tcaohors for tho Next
W Apply nt Eaglo Hoimo. .'I3U lm
WHOLK8ALE AND BETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefoopolifon tyert do.
Tlio Vow ITinest
tfeftipfated .-. Meaty
Como and seo our
NEW CHICAGO BEFBiaEBATOES.
Wesfbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
Joseph Tinker, - - Prop,
Beef, && Mutton,
Pork, JOL Veal,
Of tlio Fiucst Vmlotics.
Makers ortlio Celebrated Pork Sausage.
Nuunnu street, onp. Chunlftiu lnuo.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Borctauia Sts.
L. H. Dee & Co.
Kow Consignment of
Hay, Grain and Feed
rer S. G. Wildor. A large consignment
oxpectcd by ship Starbuck from Portland.
Tina Family Flour, Raped HalBdHay.
Also, 2 Surreys aud 1 Phaeton.
For tho Equina Tablo in tho
way of nil kinds First Class
HAY, GRAIN 0 PEED
Aro on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED OOM'Y
51 Fort St
of Groceries nre moro palatable a9 well
as healthier than the other kind.
V0ELLER & CO.
(Wnrlm; lllock, Hurctnnia Street).
Bundle nothing but the best. I.lbby fc
McNeill's Canned Mcntn. Klnjr-.Worsc
Talilt Fruils, (ililrunliili h Cliocolntu,
Milkmaid lliatnl MHU, 1'nrngou 1'ure Lard
BJ3- Telephone 080
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
E&-N0W OPEN -ea
Fnrt Straat &. DhaplHln LanB,
H. tY co.f
Wkolesalo and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Street, Honolulu
Tulephonor 2ii P.O. Box 470
Plumbing ond Gas
fibtinpj Sanitary Work a Specialty
tTff Jobbing promptly ottended to.
Telephone 7115. 2SCU
Importers and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139-tf King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My S10.00 Bath Tubs, Hued with best
quality, No. 10 tine, 0 in. l'ipe, Chain and
l'lug, with wood rim all complete. Otbei
dealers are dumfoundod, nnd resort to nil
mnunor of Tricks and Excuses.
Bo not deceived, thoso Bath Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I reduced tho prico.
I am prepared to do nil work in my line
nnd gunraulte satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If yon want a pood Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone S44, and I am your
JAS. NOTT Jr,
Tinsmith A Plninlw
For Family Use I
Just ReceUud, ex "C. C. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, DepMtni'B Bag, Goal
Which is offered iu quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
& CO., L'D,
HUSTAOE & CO.
WOOD AP COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Tolphone No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1S00.
In Quantities to Suit.
fUSF" Orders solicited for a future de.
. Y COOKH, ManoRcr.
M WATKIK1 on car lino nnd ou PA
LAMA HOAD uenr Fertilizing
These Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
, on Easy Terms.
Desirable Acre Tracts near the city and
other Properties for sale.
' JIKUGK, WAKING K CO.,
1 Dealers in Lots nnd Lamb,
rort oireet, near Kintr.i
TbiiKVUokk 007. P. O. Box 821. f
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS- CURRY
Curry Powder as mode by
Rccipo from the Purest Ingredients.
GTIRY IT .ONOii
HoEoluhi Eoad Wagon!
I receive orders for
THE - ERY - BE ST -
Agent for Hooker &
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, II. H. Williams. & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Itesidence and Night Tel. 815. Oil
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Importers and Dealers in
H, HACKFELD & CO.
Eat BACON that was good as Turkey ? That's
tho kind wo have. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beof,
Choico Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dates, Cereals,
And a General Assortment of Standard Goods at Lowest
I5 Try Our Oyater Gem Crackers, Just the Thing for Soup, -jj
us is prepared nftor the Ori"iual
i comfort :
tho abovo Vehicle.
IN - THE - MURKET T
Co., San Francisco, Cal.
K1JN& STREET, Tel. 179.