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THE DAILY BULLETIN ;No.r289. HONOLULU, II. I., -FIUkAY, JANUA11Y 5, 1883. 8UB80RIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. a , iSi - The Daily Bulletin Is published every morning by the ' DAlI.Y'BuXtjfcTlN PtlllLIBlttKCI Co., , hnd'clrculntdd throughout the town, nnd forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. 'Subscription, 50,cts., per month. . QiOahson Kkxyox, - - Ifciltor. All business communications to bo ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post 1 Onice Box- No. 14. Telephone 250. Office, .... Queen .Mtrcct, ji. upliosllo wcKt Ciurmga Factory. J. G. O.Kvicm, Manager. THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS. A dispatch states Hint the Inst direct, (lecendant of Uncns, tho ulti mate' chief of the Mohicnn Indians, has just licd in poverty and degra dation. The fate of the Mohicans has been a melancholy one, although notwihstamting the romance of Cooper's powerful and fascinating story, it is to bo feared that they never were a particularly amiable and engaging people. Yet it is in teresting -,. to, -speculate, upon', the, possible consequences of the League of the Iroquois which precipitated tho ruin ofsdfinariy tribes, had it' been conducted with greater fore sight and sagacity. The, Iroquois brought about their own destruction by the blind ferocity with which they sought to exterminate all other tribes of Indians. The Mohicans wero their1 allies for a long period, but gained nothing but ruin from the connection. But had the Lenuo of flic Iroquois been more enlight ened, and had the powerful tribes wliich formed it recognized the necessity and the sound policy of uniting nil the Indian nations on the continent in am offensive and defen sive 'compact, it is very certain that they could havefpostponed the con quest of Canada for a long time, nnd that they might have made the settlement of the JEngltBh Colonics r. very much" more difficult matter than it 'proved. Perhaps,, however, to supposothc possibility of greater circumspection and statesmanship in, the Iroquois than thoy actually exhibited, is equivalent to supposing the possibility of their possession of civilization : for certainly they were among the most, ferocious and un tamable savages of whom history, has ony record. As to the Last of" the Mohicans1, no dbubt'hc is just as well'1 dead," for the time has long passed when-there could be any place 'for "su6h relics of an extinct world, and! .lie coiild only illustrate by his abject degradation the in evitable destiny of 'all liis,kind. . i BROTHER GARDENER'S ADVICE TO PEDI GREE HUNTERS. .Tudga.aWanfas you find him, an' doan' forgit dat de son of a Senator kin display, all do meanness expected of, damson of a , convict., If dar am any member in' dis club who wants his Uncage traced back bx or sebcu thousand' y'ars to see wheather his relashuns took fust, or second cabin passage in de ark, or wants his blood strained to see if'it am blue or red, let linn .go- ahead; .but at.do.samo ti'mol feel it my dooty to warn all sick pussoiiUi lat it ain fur cheaper tQ,.buyfatpUf.ccnfcjginlqt,;an'hiro a a five cent boy to boro a holo in do tdifof ycr hpud.un' let de wanity blow itself dff.JMoit Free Press. jggTWhitc open front shirts, ms. J. Fishol's L'eadlng Millih at Clms incry House. , JrEx Zcalandia, Gents fine Tweed Suits, atChas. J. Fishcl's. WILLIAM O. SMITH, ' STOCK BROKER, NO. 88 Jlorchunt Street, Honolulu, II. Ii Sugar Plantation, Ilallroad, Telephone, nnd other Corporation Stock, Bowls and Similar Securities Bought and Sold on Commission. Money loaned on Stock Securities. Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1683. 314 t A. G. ELLIS, STOCK BROKEN, will buy or sell Plantation Slock, Bonds, and H, Other-Marketable Securities, At tbclr market vuhio for cash, air Ottwilttf B. P. Adams, Aucfr. B. F. EHLERS & Co., DRY GOODS IMPORTERS, All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods 71 Grand Holiday Gift Sale ! AT HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM. A handsomely painted Palette or Placque will be presented to each purchaser to the amount of $1, or over, during the sale of New Holiday Goods at .Ai . M'. ' IMC EL LIS 104 Fort Street. a ' '. " 'r MRS. A. M. MELLIS HAS JUST OPENED A Magnificent Lot of Ladies Hats, (Fashionably trimmed), ' ' "' at her ' " ."'' Dress Making Establishment, Fort St. FOlt SALE. Franklin Stove Coal ! In any quantity, Wholesale or He lull, 1IY 230 Wilder & Co. To the JjtidioH ! ELEGANT FANCY WORK For THE HOLIDAYS. ORDERS taken and lessons given in Chenille, Silks, and Crewel Em broidery. Work to be seen every day from 10 ii. m. to 2 p. m., at 131 Fort street (next door to Dr. Brodic). 242 :Jm A. KRAFT, JEWELERjjI-YOPT.I.CIAN, Dealer in' Hawaiian Curiosities. Store In the 'Hawaiian Gazette" build 44 lug, opposite the Rank. Chas. D. Gomscli, Practical H) Watchmaker. B- Hotel Street, opposite the 12a am International Hotel, "a " D. W. CLARK, Watch Maker and Jeweler, Always on hand a nice stock of "Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ."a Repairing Watches Hiid.Clock8.a- Spud any, mo, do noici isirpci. Telephone, No. 240. Artesian Ice Works U2 ICK DKMVKHK1) to all parts of tho city nnd suburbs. )rders from the other Islands prompt ly attended to. Uiucu in y . iv. luoiwi-oi oii"w, Fort street. 150 Telephono No. 111. 2m HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTOnV. li-.o ilellvered to all Darts of tlio City. Shipping supplied In quantities to suit. Telephone, No. 6. UUleo at Wilder & Ct.'a. -& 18 Received by every steamer THE H. S. TKEGLOAN, TAILOR, 204 FORT ST. Itol)crt Lcworf, T EWERS C. M. Cooke. & COOKE, (successors tb'Lcwers & Dickson.') Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all kinds of Building JIatcrials, Fort street, Houoltiln 1 WILDER & Co., Dealers in Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails,, Salt and Building Materials of. every kind, cor. Fort and Queen ste., Honolulu. 1 A: LLEN & ROBINSON, Dealers In Lumber and nil kinds of Biiildiiif; Materials, Paints, Oils, Nails, etc. 1ROWN & PHILLIPS, Practical -' Plunibeis, GasFittersand Copper smiths, No. .71 King St.. Honolulu, House nnd Ship Job Work promptly executed. 17 teJJliR. GERTZ, No. 80 Fort st. iinpor'er and dealer in Gout's, Ladies' and Children's boots, shoes and slippers. - OH BROWN & CO., Importers and Dealers in Ales, Wines ami Spirits, No. U Merchant St., Honolulu. 12 ftt-prj HONOLULU IRON WORKS, rgjH5friSlcmi) engines, sugar mills, boil, ers, coolers; iron, brnt-s and lead cast ings; machiuerv of every decri)tion made to order. Particular attention paid to f-hip's blacksuilthing. Job work cxe culcd at short notice. 1 Carriage ftj.; Builder, Buggies', Can-iages, Express 'Wagons and every kind of vehicles manufactured. ninckstnilhiiig, horse-shoeing,, and all kinds of, repairing (lone. WilHon Brptliers, GENERAL BLACKSMITHS. Horse Shoeing a specialty A jlrt.;Iassinsn being specially engaged for'that work. Ship nnd Wagon work fuithfully attended to. Shop on the Esplanade, op, Hoppcr's.201 THE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha waii Pak Aina," owned and edited by Kawainui Bros. has a weekly edition of 3,200 copies and is tho boat advertising medium; Of lice, No. (J Merchant ut. . ' FORT STREET. Commission Merchants. Geo. W. Mncfarlano. II. R. Mncfnrlanc. G. W. MACFARLANE & Co. I3IPORTERS, COMMISSION MER. CHANTS anu Sttfar Factors, Firc-Proof Building, 02 Queen street, Honolulu. II. I. agents for The Wuikapu Sugar Plantation, Maui, The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii, The llecia Sugar Plantation, Oahii, Huelo Sugar Mill, Maui, Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maui, Puuloa Sheen Ranch Co.. Hawaii. J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow and Port able Tramway AVorks, Leeds, Mirrlces, AValson & Co's Sugar Machln cry, Glasgow, Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets. " 183 FS. PRATT & CO. Auctioneers nnd General Commission Merchants, Beaver Block, QuecuSt., Honolulu. Special attention given to the Sale of Real Kslato and Personal Properly. Advances made on consignments. 240 CliuiK SpreckcK Win. (5. Irwin. T7" G-. Irwin & Company, T T Sugar Factors and Conimi ssion Agents, Honolulu. 1 HHackfeld & Company, General Commission A Agents, ljuecn street, Ilonolul-.i. 1 A. S. CLEGHORN & CO. Jinndrlcfs nnd Cnnimisioii Merclinnts, dealers in General Mcrcluiu disc, Queen and Kaahumniiu sts., Hono. iuiu. 7y II. A. P. Carter. v. c. Joiieo, Jr. C brewer & company; Shipping and Commission Merchants, Queen st., Honolulu. 1 Theo. H. davies & Company, Importers nnd Commission Merchants; agents for Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, British, nnd Foreign, Ins. Company, and Northern Assurance Company. 71 tOHN T. WATERIIOUSE, v Importer nnd, Dealer in General Merchandise, Queen st., Honolulu. 1 Tf S. G R IN ,13 A UM & CO., -1-'-1- Importers of General Mer chandise and Commission Merchunts, Honolulu. i iy.r s. gum nbau r & c o. , 'A Conunlsaion Mei-eliiints, 124 Cnlifoiniit Bin-er, can I'rnnclsco, Cal. L 11 N E II A N ' & C O j- in mporters and ComniLssIon Mcr- chants, Nuiinnu St., Honolulu S,,N. Catlc. J. II. Athcrtun. COOKE. p A, ST LE ShiniiiiiL' a piuiiL' and Commission Mcr. chants. Importers and Dealers in Gen. cral Merchandise, No. SO King street, Honolulu. 1 W1 1NG AVO CHAN & Co.. Importers and General Dealers In English. American and Chinese Pro visions, Plantation Ten uiid General Supplies. Also, white and colored con tract matting, all qualities and prices. jku-o. 22 auunuii ."street, opposite 31r. Afong's. 81 t No Bush Whacking Here. i.nri'o c nnji i . jui x.tj o.i t jji- uy pur chasing your Horse Equipments From AAr. FEN NELL. U-.3 Practical' Mechanic, 02 King street. EgTNo Peter Funk stock here. 209 A. S. CLEGHORN & Co. Have received a largo assortment of Colonial Saddles, to suit all classes of purchasers, per S, 8. I8l Australia., A. GJONU1N13 JVIJUOAX. DK. Do "FRIES, YETERINARY SURGEON, rcsl. dcucu ami Medical Rooms and Stables, near the corner of A'ictoria st'., on Bcri'lania street. Cures all kinds of Dumb Animals. All Horses ami Cattlu perfectly cured or no compensation asked. My Diploma was granted by the "Ley. deii" University, at Holland. KgTLenvu orders at J. E. Wiseman's Ollice, .Meichaiit street, or at my resh deuce. i:)!) hn JOHN N0TT, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker, Plumber, Gun Fitter, &c. , Stoves and Ranges of all kinds. Plumbers' stook nnd nictiils, House Furnishing Goods, i7? ' Clmudelicrs, Lainjw, &e, m- Professionals. SARAH B. PEIRCE, lA. D.. Ladies' and Children's Physician. Office nnd residence, No. 5 Scho6l street, (between Fort nnd Emma). Office hours 10:00 to ll:30n. m. ' 24D Iin0to0:30 p. m. TR. EMERSON, JL-r l Residence nnd consultation rnnm nt No. 2 Kukul st., comer of Fort. Telephono No. 140. 59 2m DR. G. TROUBSEAU, begs to notlfyhls friends that ho has resumed practice in Honolulu. Rcsl. deuce nnd consulting rooms, No. 73 Punchbowl st., opposite the maknl gnto of the Queen's Hospital. Consulting hours from 0 n. m. to 12. Telephone, No. 103. 6G W AUSTIN WHITING, ' Attorney nnd Counsellor at Law. Agent to tnkc acknowledgments of instruments. ' Kiiahumnnu st., Honolulu. , 209 T M. MONSARRAT, ATTORNEY AT LAAV , AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Real Estate in nuy part of the Kingdo bought, sold nnd.lcascd, oil commission. r ' ' Loans negotiated, t,, -el Legal Documents Dmyn.. No. 27 Merchant st. (GnzottoiBIock), i 100 Honolulu, Hnwnlinn Islands SB. DOLE, Lawyer nnd NotaryPnbllc, ' jj; No. 15 KiinluunaiiUjSt. TM. DAVIDSON, . -. Attorney nt Law, ,, ,( ,, 1 21 Merchant street. "Orancis m. hatch. ' . , -L Attorney nt Law,-. 23 15 Kaahumanu St. JOHN RUSSELTj, Attorney nt Law, Office, coiner of Fort nud Merchant st. (up stairs') ',' 115 13ICHARD F. 13ICKERTON, --' Attorney and Counsellor. at Law. Money to lend on Mortgages of Free holds. Onice, No. 34 Merchant st.' 1 pECLL BROAVN, ATTORNEY v-' and Counsellor at Law, .Notary Pub lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg ments of Instruments for the Island of Oahu. No. 8 Kdahuinanu street,' 'Hbiib' Inlii. "1 ILtlAM O. SMITH, A'ttor,- ney at.Law, No. 30 Merchant street. , .73 1m r o. berqer, f .M ,. KAAICUMANU BT11EKT. ' ! General Agent for .. ':'; ,' The N. Y. Life Insurance Company,' The City of London Fire In.,Co(limit'd) Macnealc & UrbnirSafcs, '' The Celebrated Springfleld'GnsMachlne GaS Fixture.4 of Mitchell,1 Vnhcc &'do:' 238 --,-! J. WILLIAMS & Co. ' 120 Fort Street, . . Honolulu, Portrait and landscape ft JPHot-r,ili.er. J B0 ly QIIABLES T. GULICK, NOTARY PUBLIC, I , . Agent to tnkc Acknowlcdgmenls to Labor Contracts IlH, i ' i AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Office, in Mnkee's Block, cprner Queen and Kaaliuniauu,str'ets, Honolulu. 21, ' ILLIAM AULD, Agent to take Acknowledgments lb Com tracts for Labor for'the District bf Kbna Island of Oahu, nt the office of the Hono: lulu AVnter AYorks,.foot of Nuiinnu st. . 189 ,tf JOHN A. HAS SINGER, " Agent to tiiko Aeknowlcdginent to Contracts for Labor.. Interior Office, Honolulu. 7 W O. AKANA, T " Chinese nnd Hnwniinh Trans lator nnd Interpreter, : r No. 48 King street, Honolulu.,. , Translations of cither of tlie ahovo languages made with accuracy and'dls"4 patch, nud on reasonable termsi 200 II. BRUNS, Coojicr irtul Ganger, ', AVater Tanks of any diinensipns, Cooperage, No. 10 Fort street, Honolulu. Oil Casks, Shooks and Hoop Iron con 221 staiillyon Jiniid nnd for sale, ly PlONEElf STEAM , . CANDY FACTORY AND UAKKKY. F. HORN, Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Uukor. No. 71 Hotel st, , Telcphpno 74. G. I!. -KOBERXtiON. 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