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Minder inn of tin- tn M It ft tut
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ph on i M'irt About ihr spocs of two
hours pried nut. 'lirent I IllHtisof thoKph
Kpheai. whs upside don ti. It va k i i i r,
MM silver question. A luntittfnct hi rof
otboxiK for hold in a heathen imitires tin I
t-Mllifl Ins Inborn toR-ftht-r io di-eu. ' he
bttavtor of ne I'mtl, who find been in
public place n-.-auli iny tnmue worahlp,
nod consequent h verj much riAUialiift
thttt particular bu ii w Tin re wan greal
excitement In the city. INwple stood In
kiictsalor- tin' streets, vloleutlj gestion
is! iiik and obJIIiik each other hartl names,
Boom of the people favored the tol icy of
the silver-in i i b, Other people fai ored the
policy or Paul. I here were mtjii tuornl
question- Involved, but tbeee il 1 not bt It
er thorn itt all.
The only question uUmt which the
sssjbsjrd Ui Is- Interested wan eonci ruing the
MtRwand the salaried positions. The all
Vantnlth and his cooipeers had put up fac
KjsjIbs at ureal expense for the making of
tbee silver bwiea, nnl HOW, if this DeW
policy in to be inaugurated tin1 business
will go down, the laborers will be thrown
out of employuviit and the whole cltj ill
Buffer. Well, what i. to be done? "Call
a convention," say some one for In nil
agKK a oonrentloti ban I huh i pauaceafor
publfceviW. The convention is called, and
as they want the largest room In the city
they take the Iheatei
Having there n-sembled, they all want to
get the floor, and they all want to talk ;it
once. Yon know wfiftt'excitement thai 1
way- makes in a convent ion. where a great
many people want in talk at once. Some
cried one t lilug, some cried another, Some
wanted to denounce, m me wanted to re
jsolve. After awhile a prominent man gets
the floor, :iiul be boffins to speak, but thej
very soon hiss him down, Mid then the con
fusion rises ipto worse uproar, and thej be
gin to shout, all of them together, and they
heap on uni il they are red in tin race and
hoarse in the throat, for two long hours
crying out: "Qreal is Diana of t lie Ephe
sians: lireat is Diana of the Bphesiasal'
nit. nrs ash the outs.
The whole scene reminds me of the ex
citement we have almost ever autumn at
the elections. While t hat goddess Diana
has lost her " of-hiper- and her temples
have tone into t be dut , OUT American pea
pie want to set up a god In place of her,
and they want us all t bow down before
H, and that j-rod is political party. Con
sidering our superior ol lltsatlon, 1 have to
declare to you thai i he Bphealaa tdolat y
w les ofl'ensive in t he siulit of i iod tli:m
is this ill absorbing American parttatm
While there are bonesi men, true men
Christian men, who stand in both politi
cal patties, aud who oome Into the nu
tumnal elections resolving to serve their
city or their stale or the nation in the
lieKt possible way, I have noticed alao that
with many it is a mere contest between
the ins and the out- those who arc truug
to atajem and keep the outs out. and those
IthO) re trying to et Ua god vhrust the tns
out. A, id one party lies. "Ureal is Diaua
IN lie- rjiiiv-!irtii. finu iin- muci hiii v
cries, "(treat is Diana of the Bphealaoar'
neither of them honest enougn to say,
"Great U my noaketbook!'
itnceor twicea year it Is my Custom to
talk to the people about public affaire from
w hat l call a Christ lan standpoint . and
t his niorniuu I have chusfu for t hat dnty,
I hope to sa ii practical word, Hiatory
tell us of a sermon onoe preached amid
the highlands of Scotland e sermon two
hours ldngoo the sin of luxury, where
there were not more thun three pairs of
"hoes in the audience, nud during our last,
war a good man went iitioa ho-pltal tii-
trlbuting tracts and gave a trad on Tha
Sin of Dancing'1 to a man both of whoatj
lega had been amputated! But I hone this
morning to present an appropriate and
.'tdapted word, as next Tuesday at the bal
lot box great affairs are to be settled.
The Rev. Dr. Emmons, in the early his
tory of our country. In Massachusetts,
preached about the election of Thomas Jef
ferson to t tie presidency. The Rev, Dr.
Mayhew or Boston, in the early days of our
republic, preached about the repeal of the
tamp a t. There an times when minis
ters of Christ must look olf upon public
affaire and discuss tbem. We need go back
to uo example. Kvery man Is, before God,
responsible for las own duty.
If the Norwegian boaata of bis borne of
rooks, aod the Siberian is plsaaed with bis
laud of pt rpet ual snow if the Roman
t booght that the mm lily TiU r was the
fa ored river in the sight of h aveo, ant l if
the Laplander shiver-, out hi eulogy of bis
nat ive eliuie, aud if tie- Chinese have pity
for anybody born outside of the Flowery
Kingdom, shall not we. born under these
lair skies and standing day by day amid
those glorious civ il and religious liberties,
be public spirited! I propose to tell the
people very plainly what l consider to be
their Christian duty at the I allot box
First, set yourself against all political
falsehood. Tin most moii-tiou.- lies ever
told in this country are during the elec
tions. I stop Ht tin ihior of h Den ratle
ineelins aud listen ami hear that tin- Hi
publicans are liars. stop ai i lie door of a
Itepublican meeting and listen ami bear
that the Democrats are scoundrels, t ir
puisne men miCToaeopised, and the truth
alatortad. Who believes a tenth pai4 (f
what he reads or bears in toe autumnal
election? Men who at other seasons of
the year are very careful ui their sp-,-cti
kesjoasa paddlen oi scandal
CATEOOItn AL LlKS.
in the Ear easi thersls a place where ones
year they lei the people do as they nlsaas
and say what thej plfieie, and the plans Is
full of uproar, misrule aud wiokedm ss, and
they -tall it the "devil"-. da " The nearest
approxituaiiou o that in thicounlr has
keso the tirt Tuetalay in November. The
sjoomunii y at such times seatno to say. (io
to, now, 1ft u- have a goodihio as lying. "
I'romiiM'Ut cauilidateM for olliin ire de-
iioun'i as unprincipled and rrnsararte A
Hiuan lie will start 1,1 the corner Of a conn
try Bjawepaper, and keep on r'inniug nntlJ
It aaa captured the printing presses of the
whole euotiaeett 'A Uai rl-iin of
SpeeCbes' v nit im-nn rpr.-t.-it in of mo-
no Ion of Individ
UllftM tory of
I lilylit . Itlxl
11 1 .ill .jiilp-I.ntui-
ukI Uiri put.
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bnked bj tnai religion whlota speaks frorn
it - i w it great mountains, from me one
mount iln Intoning the bj mniaod, 'Thou
lug pica for kltwdnews and love ami hleaoii c
false Il Rernemiirt thai a political Iln
is Ht Uanh as an nt bar kin i of a he. Qod
has recorded ail the faUs hoods that lone
beaa tohi at the eity, staHa or nsAlnsMl eletj
thui since tin foundation of this gbTeTn
mentt and though the perpet rators nnd
thetr vtcttms mayhavegone Into the dust.
In 1 ne best da) judgment ill be awarded.
The hUaekoods t bat kam i Burr hreatht d
Into the ear of Blennerhassu t, tlie slanders
thai Lteutenani General Gagi proolalmtil
nbrtut George Washington, the mlerepre
sen tat lone in regard to James Monroe, are
as fresh in God's book today as thelii
that were printed laai week almutonrlooal
candidates, "And all Itai shall bars their
( In the lakf whi' ii hufueth with fire
Huti brimttone, which i tbnssi ood deal h."
thk CRtsfg OF tmimnY.
Again, I counsel you as I hi i-tiati men to
set yourselves agalnet the misuse of mom j
in political campaigns, or the thousands
of dollars alreaa sprnt thin Mttutnn, how
muoh of the amount do oii suppo.-e has
been properly dsedf Vou bkveartghtto
apensseneatey fur t he publlshlog of poltl lent
tracts, for the estabf I b me n i of organisa
tions for the carrying out ol what you con
sider to ih' the ivcst; you hare a right to
appeal t the reason of men by argument
and stat it ic- and b facts. Printing and
ranting of public halbtand pouttoal meet-:
inn- doM money, but he wksj puts a bribe
into the hand of a voter or plies Wfifc men
with mercenary and corrupt motives oom- ,
mits a sin anainst (iod anil the nation.
Bribery la one of the tnoal appalling sins
of this count ry t ii saya, "Fire nhaii con-
sums the tabernacles of bribery.1' Have
nothing to do wll h such a -in, o Christ lan
man! PUng II from the ballot box, Hand
over in the police t he man who at tempt s to
tamper with your vote, and r member that
election- thai cannot be carried without
bribes Ottght never to be tarried at all.
Again 1 ask you as ('hri-.iiui men to set
yourselves againsi the d w tatione thai
hover over the ballot bOX. Let me say that
uo man can afford to go niO political life '
who H) not a teetotaler. Hot political dis
cussion somehow creates an uunm urai
t Itir-t . and liundred of thoupandeof men
have gone down Into drunkenness through
poll i. al life.
After an exciting csnvsas through the
evening you must "take -otm thimf," and
rising in the mornioaT vlih lees animation
than usual you must "take something'
and going off among your comrades
i hrougfa t be forenoon you tin et poll! leal
friends, and you must "take something,"
ami iii the afternoon you meet other polit
ical friends and you must "take souk
thing," and before night has come some
thing baa taken you. There are but few
cases where men have beenable to stand
jip against the dlssinat ions of poll! leal life
Joseph was a noUtfcian, but he mam
taiiied bis Integrity. D I was a politi
taan, but heWas s teetotaler Jo the last,
Abraham was a politician, hut he was al
I way- characterised as the father of the
faithful, Moses was a politician, the grand
eat of i hem, but b honored God more t ban
be did the I'iiar.-.oh-, aud there an hun
dreds of Christian men now in the poll! leal
parties, maintaining their Integrity, even
when they are obliged to stand amid the
.blasted, lecherous and loathesouic crew
that sometimes surrouuds the ballot box -these
Christian men doing their political
duty and then flaming hack to the prayer
I meetings and Christian circles as pure as
' when they went out, But thai Is not the
ordinary ctrcnmstaocethat is the excep
tion. How often you see men coming back from
t he poli i icil conflict .ami their eye is glased,
and i in ir tit k has an unnatural flush, ami
. the talk louder than thej usually do, and
at the leasi provocation they w ill bet, and
you say they are convivial, or they are ex
oecdlngly rlvadona, or yon apply me
other sweet name totneni, but God k nows
j they are drunk) Some of you, a month or
six week i ago, had no more relfgion than
you ought to have, and al tcr the elections
groover to calculate how muoh rellgtoo
you have left will be a sum in vulgar frac
tions. Oh, the pressure i-. tremendous)
POUTI DUW1PA i IOK
How many mighty intellects have gone
down uinier the dissipation of polities) I
think ot one who oafhe from the west. He
was able to stand out against the whole
1 Ameriosu senate. Sod hud given him fao
: nit;"- euoog ut i o i it a k igi i, oi to
Irani a ra n Uni nu, tl ,s v lea ras u rl
: bie to in- oouunrys anetnioa and a mighty
inspiration in the day of national peril,
Hut 80 glasses of strong drink a' day were
his usual allowance, and he went dow n it, to
the habits of a continued inebriate.
Alas for biml Though a c ly monuuu nt
has Keen reared over kit resting place, the
young nan of this oountrj shall not be de
nied the awful lesson that the assmoy by
: which the world was robbed of one of it s
mightiest inn Ih Cta, and our country of r.tia
of its ablest ooustitutional defendsra, 'as
thediasipat loo of political life. Von w am to
know who 1 mean? Voilllg tO Ut, ask y ui
father when you get home. The sjlveree
title Ih fearful, aud I warn yon ugalnst it.
Von need not go far off to And the wi-m-1
out politician. Here Ih is, stumbling nlonfl
the hiiih wa . his limb- har lly able to h !d
him up. Bent over and pale with BXhSHtt
tng rickneas Burly it Myhody who te
Looste hint, Bis4ast rtpntni srtiols of p
pars pawned for slnii tlrink. Glad if,
; when going by a grocery, some tow a-
cjuaintano invites blm4ntotakg a sip of
, ale and thsfl whipping hit lip with lilt
J greasy sleeve Kicked off he steps by men
who once were proud to be bis ooostituents.
Manhoin! ohliierut 1 1. Jjp iih-tered with a
1 curse. Scar- f brutal as-anlt on cht ek
iid brow. Foul mouthed, a orouebliig,
gtaggerlng, wbeealng vrretcb. No friends.
No Cod. No hope. No aseren
i That is yoiirwocuout l olittcian. Ti at
! i- w hat some of you w ill laa-onie nnlesi by
i this morning's warning an i the mere) ot
God your iteps are sjveated. Oh, tl. re
ire no aoisls euongh potent, enough p r
i tent ion-, enough ponsnin I ngt enough dagin
, log, to rtssfjribe the horrible drunkeun
thai ha.- mltasl Offlf this land, a hi I that I as
hem down the ueokanf someoi thanlgl I i
est lateileei . until ihe have been c n
, pelh d to driak i ul of the trough of be i
i i ... i alsHU usg ion! 1 v. u n ung r m
: Ipllnsl polil i
I Ghod hiio1 sm
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fur free ssssssssssstnl
rated ;ii d ipare
Bton Hi it,- out of a
i fi Ireefl nlle iated,
and if he ll l -pitte li -liert McChi i
ji,t m flootlms rna gat beting to htelnirn ;
iwu. at ten rtfea, and f be could mi n
Tbomaat larkgou while yet million- of hit'
lellow men had chains rusting so the boufj I
then be can -pare anj tnau, and he can
sestre snj pact, Thai man who through
eowardU r Mind Idolatr) of nartf for ,
, tea t in causeol rii liteousness goeaoawsa
ami (lie arfll d battalions ot lend march J
01 er him.
U Christian men, take out your Bible
this aftemejon, and in the light of that
wool m ike Dp four mind a-to w bat is
yourdutj ascittren Eiememher that the
, highest kind ul s patriot i- a brtettaa pa
triot C msec rat i roiuwelvie tir-t to Godi
i then you will know bow to otaswarsjea roue
-eh e- to you count ry, All i hen political
excitements will he gone. Ballot boxes and
gubernatorial chairs ami eontlneiita will
amoke in i m Hual oonslagrstioa, am Msset
! who love (ks I and do their la-st shall come
to lustrous dominion after the atara have
ceased their shining, anil the oseaa has
heaveil it- last billow, and the dosing thtUI
di r of the judgmem da shall toll at I he
funeral of n win Id' th. prepare for Unit
Next Tueadaj Questions if state will be
settledi lan there onmes a day wbao the
questions of eternit will be dseJojed, Vm
may te right ami uet the HetOT al the
ballot bos and yet suffer eternal defeat,
After you baveosat rour last vote, srhere
will you go tot ll) this Country there tire
t wo parties. Vou belong to t lie one or the
other ot them, Likewise In etemitji thtre
will be tero parties and only two. ''These
ihail go away Into everlasting punishment
and the righteous Into lite eternal," To
which party win you belong? Ood grant
that while you look after the welfare of
the laud in w liieh (iod has graolouslj Oast
your lot. you may ma forget to look after
your soul-'hi'.o.i bought judgment bound,
immortal! G ! avethe OSjoplel
AUNT MA.SIE, THE SNAKE WOMAN
Death of :i Qneer Ceestnrs Him Meed i i
11 iiai Utlh 41 undreds ef Snakes.
There has reeen! ly died a w eil known
character of i ins neighborhood known as
"Aunt Ma-ii- Huggins," orthesn . wo
man," who I an Isolated life, with
snakes as beronly friends, she h 'ttuTt
hersell a hovel, oom posed of brauuhaa of
trees, clay .-oi l other debris, which, though
often w e hod town by the rains, she would
build up agaiu, This novel residence is
said to have been fairly alive with snakes
nf every looal variety, hatiKinu from over
bead, yiuu under foot and cn-epiim from
the chinks In the wall. The woman sub
sisted on the products of a small garden
hee.r her ouhlu, which she oultlrated hii
h -if. With the. xception of the noaessarj
iiitercour-e v ii t hose from win mi -he pvr
chased the fen things she required ahe wai
never Know n for over BO years to have held
BUS t oi i tsrsBI ii ii i with au human la-inu
,-h uld often be met after dark walkiug
through the town with her strange com
pan lops twin J about bor arma, her neck
ami nestling in ii -r noaotn, wito uieu ug()
beads prot ruding, hidni at every one that i
On t hi -i ot anions, however, w hen haiU-d
or queHt loued
i ',, , p m lk)vs n iln 1 1 ' p .i i priov
Hi.vn .il i li uro
utgabout in i cabin found several of the
snake- on t he out ride and killed i hem, and
before thus aere aware of ll Aunt Maslc
appeared In I be doorway armed with a -hot
gun, wbloh she let lly at the crowd. Nuns
of the bays wan killed, but one of them
was shot through the ear. and t be rest sent
tared in a hurry. That the woman's mind
wan affected here seems little doubt, Her j
oiu -on iriuiD mil Miiuitiiw, ill ill' mnii
was bitten hi a n t leans ae. an-i days nft
srward his swollen ami dlsoolorwl body
was fouml. Phis appeared to ornaa hit
mother, a be l it ber home, sa log the
the snakes were onlllnuj ber to noma aiul
live with them ami i hat t hey would give
la-r beak br Isiy.
She Is said to nave come of a good (am
ih ami to ba a boen well educated. ffHien
dnoovered, h - bad been doad for dnys, and
the snakes were crawling over the body,
i at i fled on t be appearance ol -i ran tees ami
have not beau Reeu near theosbin . as. Ity
these who nave seen ber sniTOiindMl by her
qneer adoptetl hsoillj it has bean estiniausl
thai there must bare beep at lenttMof
them, nunbertug among t bem sei eral eu
OtttQUS varii't ies, i'iiv woman ilhl not clalDI
to have charmed rbem as t be sa lug a t
bat It U probable that ber perfect fuarlesa
neaa tamed tbem- -Okolooa lU Cor.
few cnatoniera, and oonsequentl) ii llinjtesl
incomi-, had a well known habit of Indulg
ing in tall talk. n one occasion! after re-!
elptlnu a hili. Ih -I'loiinvil if t hi-geul leman
would take u gla s oi his home brewed cle.
('"n reeeiving an answer in the afltiio
ativt, la shouted to tin Uunates of ins
kiteheefto dra w a jugof ale for tin-shop.
Aftei some little t inn- t ia- ah- was brought!
anil as th servaut who was a new baod
placed tin jog on the oonnter( ahe saldi
"li you please, ilr, you r-' not to hare any
more ale al tin- ( rt-s Ki- - without LUe
m iy. This is the aMOud pot oa lug fur,"
At another time his Uuleglrl ran into
the shop, calling ber fatner to dluoer, A
gentleman hum: in tin- shop, Air. II
"What is there tor dinner, my oh UUP
To which she ivpln-d. "Two lvd In-rrings."
After the si anKW s departure Bar, II
re nuked i be
eni-i circiimstaiiceM, i r: .
fnt ur say somuihiug larger when tmked a
Himilar question. Soon tin- opportunity
arrlvedi and when the fathernsaed4n -tie
presence of a third person!
"What's for dinner. Polly,M
lolly promptly anawaradi "A wl
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BENSON, SMITH CO.
For the Volcano
Natures Grandest Wonder.
The Popular and Scenic Route
Wilders Steamship Company's
A i STEAMER KINAU.
Pitted with Btectl'ic Lights and Kills, Courteous and Attentive Serviee
The Kinau Leaves Honolulu Every 10 Days
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS,
arriving at Hilo Thursday and Sunday Mornings.
From Hilo to the Volcano30 Miles
Passengers are Conveyed in Carriages,
Ovei p Sri i n i 1 1 1 Macadamized Road, running must of the
way through a Dense Tropical Forest a ride alone
worth the trip.
ABSENT FROM HONOLULU 7 DAYS
For the Round Trip, Fifty Dollars.
For Further laiornuttioii, Cam i the' Owick,
Corner Fori and Queen Slreeli,
PETEH MICH, Proprietor.
(hi ii. i. vmi Mill on Alaltea uid Sicharda, umu oiueti St.. 1 1 uo! ulu .
moi I. Discs. DiiukS. SASH, BUNDS, BCHKKN8,
rCRMvl) AND SAW iat WORK. RTC.
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CAKKS SOLD IN 1892.
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MKTKALiAlife Assutance Society
OcFURS INUI kANCI "V Ml
I'i'tM' Tontine Plane,
Indemnity niuid rian ((tupofl Itntid ChlWraiia Kndowtnenta
ai maturity) if.dealradh iniiultlea,
l-'minw luont ih. ml Plan (A par rant, guaranteed), Term tnanranca, etc. cte. eir.
h will ooet row nothing to 1 all at Ihe nflloe of 1 he Ultderalgtiad and
mahe fufthar Inqnlrfaa, Mmtint rou nonclnde in Inanra M uvttl u gwwHty in
your (Hi. ltt'l
Bru l' & A.J. C ' r 1 wrigh 1 ,
Mummers for Ihe Hawaiian l-himls EQUITADLK Lite Asuram e So- ity of CJ, S.
HARDWARE, Builders & General,
AIwmvs up lo the TiniiH in Quality, styl.. knd Prlcwi.
1 nil AmnrtmMii i. nit thf rartotM riMMmfa.
Made expressly for Island work, with extra part-
I I lHVATOItN- CAN K KMVKS.
Hoes, Shovel, Kattoolis, etc., eta.
CARPENTERS1, BLACKSMITHS' AND MACHINISTS' TOOLS
Screw Plates, Taps arl Dies,
Twi ll Drills, Paints and Oils,
Brushes. Glass, Asbestos Hair Felt
and Felt Mixture
III.AKKS' KTKAM mil' MTIMTOMM' I NTItlKOf
WiLCOX & GIBBS. AND REMiNGTON
Lubricatinff Oils ll.Htynd efficiency surpassed
' ' Itv tioiu',
It Is not possible to show everything sre have; if there la anything
yon want. cotiM ami ash for it. you w ill be politely treated.
No trouble to show goods.
H. E. McKNTYRE $ BRO.,
IMPORTBR8 ANI DRALBR8 IN
Groceries. Provisions and Feed.
Eas'i Coknkk Fout
Now Qaadnri iv.i by aver; hutkel from th Bimtnrn Ptetn wuA Bumpc
Kiv-li Ctdlfnrniii Prndutw vwy iteAtner. All orrler. tail ti in 1 1 v nttoDitiil to
Mid .mmIs itaUTertd I. mi) pall o( the .'ity fr t' nlwrge.
tiibuid iirder mlkHtiiit. Bnt4ifiiH4oii Ktuinuitond Takiilinii No, '.'
Part i Iffloe ll.ix No. 145.
23 Nuuanu. Honolulu, H I.
M NNl'FACTl'RERS OF
.emonade Soda, W ater.
Ginger Ale, 1 lop Ale,
A Trial Order Solicited
BENSON. SMITH & CO.,
of the united States
I ill I'nll I i I'l ,s, viz:
Tontine Instaltnent Plan iNrw, CMsal1
nnd ATTaUCtIV i.
Joint Life Rlaha,
vnd Ki(, Strei
24 sat j
etc.. etc., etc.