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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS
IS PUBLISHED
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otumni should be addressed to
El)ITOR DAtLV IlflHOIDIll PltKtt.
IIuInes communication, and auvertisemenK should
bt addressed dimply "Huslnesi Manager,"
IDailv Honolulu I'rbss,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inland.
Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should
he handed in before 6 I. M.
B JluthorUK.
NOTICE
All persons having garbage, etc, for removal by tre
City Scavenger, att requeued to have the same In
tadlness before 8 o'clock A. M. After that hour the
cartmen are otherwise emplojed, and will not call
until the following morning, thus leasing the unsightly
Wes or Imrrelt In front of'your premise all
day. J. N. KAIAIKAWAHA,
8;.im Contrattor for Cleanin? Flreeta.
TUESDAY DEC. 22, 1885
It is not often that the Daily Hono
lulu Pkcss " blows its own trumpet,"
but wc feel a pardonable pride in calling
attention to the "Grand OfTcr"
made by us, in another column of this
issue. This is an enterprise which, we
believe, is the first of its kind that has
ever been attempted in this Kingdom,
and, we trust, will receive .the patronage
it deserves, as it is a bona-fide
arrangement by which the public can
gel r, six months' subscription to our
pa.ier, and a valuable Holiday Gift, at
club rates, which are much less than the
regular prices when not combined.
This offer is open only until January 1,
1886.
2HE xatr u, a, .voxaitEss.
The; United States Senate consists of
seventy-six members. The present
Senate will consist of forty-two
and thirty-four Democrats. The
count by States, each State furnishing
two Senators, gives the following result:
Alabama, Democratic; Arkansas, Democratic;
California, Republican; Colorado,
Republican; Connecticut, Republican;
Delaware, Democratic; Florida,
Democratic; Georgia, Democratic;
Illinois, Republican; Indiana, one
Democrat and one Republican; Iowa,
Republican; Kansas, Republican; Kentucky,
Democratic; Louisiana, Democratic;
Maine, Republican; Maryland,
Democratic; Massachusetts, Republican;
Michigan, Republican; Minnesota,
Republican; Mississippi, Democratic;
Missouri, Democratic; Nebraska,
Republican; Nevada, one Republican
and one Democrat; New Hampshire,
Republican; New Jersey, one Republican
and one .Democrat; New York,
Republican; North Carolina, Democratic;
Ohio, one Democrat and one
Republican ; Oregon, Republican ;
Pennsylvania, Republican ; Rhode
Island, Republican ; South Carolina,
Democratic; Tennessee, Democratic ;
Te.as,JDemocratic, Vermont, Repub
lican; Virginia, Republican; West Virginia,
Democratic; Wisconsin, Repub
lican. The terms of these Senators
expire as follows : Twelve Democratic
terms expire in 1891, thirteen expire in
1889, and nine expire in 1887. Thirteen
Republican terms expire in 1891,
thirteen in 1889, and fifteen in 1887,
1" e new House consists of 325
members, of which 183 arc Democrats,
140 are Republicans, one is a Greenback
Democrat and one is a Greenback
Republican. Of the total number
185 were members of the Forty-eighth
Congress, The count by States' is as
follows: Alabama, eight Democrats;
Arkansas, five Democrats; California,
one Democrat and five Republicans;
Colorado, one Republican; Connecticut,
two Democrats and two Republicans;
Delaware, one Democrat; Florida,
two Democrats; Georgia, ten Democrats;
Illinois, ten Democrats and ten Republicans;
Indiana, in'ne Democrats and
four Republicans; Iowa, three Democrats,
one Greenback Democrat and
seven Republicans; Kansas, seven Republicans;
Kentucky, ten Democrats
and one Republican; Louisiana, five
Democrats and one Republican J
Maine, four Republicans; Maryland,
fic Democrats and one Republican;
Massachusetts, two Democrats and ten
Republicans Michigan, seven Democrats
and four Republican; Minnesota,
one Democrat and four Republicans;
Mississippi, seven Democrats;
Missouri, twelve Democrats and two
Republicans) Nebraska, three Republicans;
Nevada, one Republican; New
Hampshire, two Republicans; New
Jersey, three Democrats and four Republicans;
New York, seventeen Democrats
and seventeen Republicans;
North Carolina, eight Democrats and
one Republican; Ohio, eleven Democrats
and ten Republicans; Oregon,
one Republican; Pennsylvania, eight
Democrats, nineteen Republicans and
one Greenback Republican; Rhode
Island; two Republicans; SoUtii
six Democrats and one Republican;
Tennessee, seven Democrats and
three Republicans; Texas, eleven
Democrats; Vermont, two Republicans;
Virginia, eight Democrats and
two Republicans; West Virginia, three
Democrats and one Republican; Wisconsin,
two Democrats and seven Republicans;
the Territories send four
Democrats, three Republicans and one
Independent.
LATE FOREIGN'NEWS
llldlciltoit Charac. '
Nr.w Youk, December 5. The
World's Washington correspondent this
morning reports an anonymous
as saying that Senator Stanford,
by the conditions of his gift to the
proposed university, has placed his
$15,000,000 under cover, safe from
taxation, while he remains in absolute
control of it, and can put this k money
back into his own pocket whenever he
pleases. Another anonymous individual,
called a friend of Stanford, is
quoted as saying that the latter paid
$3,000 each for thirty-three votes to
secure his election.
Murdered by an Idiot.
Citv, (Mo.), December
5. Meager particulars have been received
here T)f a triple tragedy to-day
at Lynn Creek, in Camden county.
Dr. Lyons, residing on a farm near
that place, had for several years, as a
matter of charity, cared for an imbecile
named Williams, who has been hitherto
considered harmless'. To-day, without
a word of warning, the idiot snatched
up an axe and struck Dr., Lyons on the
head, cleaving the skull and killing him
instantly. He then attacked the doctor's
fourteen-year-old daughter and killed
her also. A young son of the doctor,
hearing the disturbance, came upon'
the scene just at this junturc, and
procuring a rifle shot the idiot dead.
Six Iloatmcn Drowned.
Evansvili.e (Ind.), December 5
Last night's gale, did considerable
damage along the Lower Ohio river.
The flatboat . IV, JJfiss was capsized
by the waves at Morris' Landing, five
miles below Metropolis, III. Ten men
were on the boat, six going down and
three, besides the pilot, saving their
lives by jumping into the river and
swimming ashore. Louis Nelson,
Lindsay, George Reading, Joseph
Farmer, William and George Craig,
perished.
Great Expectation.
Omaha, December 5. John. Donahue,
ex-Captain of the Omaha police
force, claims to be a nephew of Peter
Donahue of San Francisco, who recently
died, leaving an estate of over $10,-000,000.
Captain Donahue left for
Ireland to-day, to secure proofs, and if
successful, will put in his claim as -one
of the heirs, with the expectation of receiving
$1,00,090 as l)is share.
I'm rii rl Denounced.
A cable special from Dublin says :
Callan is extremely bitter against
for causing his defeat. In a speech
at Dundalk, on Thursday, he said, in
Parnell'i. presence : " He (Parnell)
said last Sunday that I was truculent
and unmanageable. Now, I brand that
statement in the face Qf Parnell as a
delibrate, malignant lie." Callan here
turned round and shook his hand at
Parnell. "I brand him as a slanderer
and a coward, and as ope who has malignantly
vilified me. My friends have
been spoken of by Parnell as a hired
gang of ruffians as the lowest of the
low. Well, I had no money to buy
hem with, for although I entered the
harty a rich man, comparatively speaking,
I am now a poor man, Parnell
entered Paljament with his estates encumbered.
He has now a large estate
and a balance at His bankers', and it
would ill become him to turn on me in
my poverty." It was expected that Parnell
would say something, but he left
quietly.
27m Servian Trouble.
Dr.i.ORA.niV December 6, It is reported
that Bulgaria has proposed new
terms for the establishment of peace.
The principal condition is that a Servo-Bulgarian
alliance against Turkey be
formed.
Nissa. "December terms of
peace offered by the Bulgarian Gov
ernment iuis neen rcjccieu. 11 is
expected that the war will be renewed
on Monday.
New York, December 6, The
Tribune's London cable special of
December 5th says ; Almost complete
obscurity envelopes the Servian-Bulgarian
question. The latest telegrams
say that Servia decided to refuse the
Bulgarian conditions, including the
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1885,
continued occupation of Pirot, th t
hostilities thereupon were resumed,
and that Austria will come to the rescue
of Scrvia and Russia will be forced
to support Pulgnria. The extieme
gravity of such a result makes a compromise
probable, although the conference
at Constantinople has abandoned
in despair the attempt to settle
the dispute.
The llrlthh In Jlnrmnh.
NeV York, December 6. The
Tribune special from London of De
cembcr 5th says: The rapid and com
pletc success of the Burmese expedition
has attracted singularey little
attention amid the excitement of the
election. Thcbaw's surrender, the total
collapse of the opposition and the indifference
of the Burmese people make
annexation or a protectorate inevitable.
Lord DulTctin will have put matters
into a final decisive shape long before
the Radicals' have had a chance to
interfere.
Heath of ait Old Hnltor.
Portland, December 5. Captain,
Nathaniel Ingcrsoll, Port Surveyor,
died at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon from
a paralytic stroke received last merit,
aged 62 years. He was a native of
Salem, Mass., and went to sea early in
life. At the age of 33 he commanded
his first vessel. He served as commander
of sailing and steam vessels ill
1872, when he moved to Portland.
He was the commander of the steamship
Dakota when she ran between
San Francisco and Australia.
llrlthh Columbia Item.
Victoria, December 5. Three
hundred Chinese are reported in a
starving condition on Frascr river.
They are discharged railway hands.
Francis 0. Adair, the American who
held up and robbed the paymaster of
the Nanaimo Railway, was sentenced
to fifteen years imprisonment yesterday.
At a fire last night very few firemen
put in an appearance. The apathy of
the fire brigade is due to the taking
over of the property of the Volunteer
Department by the city.
A telegram to-night states that trains
on the Canadian Pacific Railway will
resume their trips early next week.
PACIFIC COAST NOTES.
Dressed raccoon meat is regularly
kept on sale at Clovcrdale .butcher
stalls.
The Squatter is the name of a paper
just established at Soledad, Monterey
county.
Louis Waldman, a contractor of San
Jose, has disappeared, having been
missing since last Monday.
Coal from Eastern Arizona is sold
cheaper in Los Angeles than that from
any other source of supply.
During the past eleven months
thirty-five insane people have been
sent to the asylum from Los Angeles.
A coal-vein is being developed near
Jackson, Amador county, with favorable
prospects for a paying mine.
Riverside orange growers have organized
a Vigilance Committee, and
threaten to hang any one caught steal
ing their fruit.
A resident of San Diego has written
a pamphlet to prove that the earth is
in imminent danger of a second deluge
in 1092.
The conductor of pne of the- trains
which collided recently on the Northern
Pacific has been held on a charge
of manslaughter.
It is estimated that the farmers of
Tulare county suflered a loss of $50,-000
during the past season from the
depredations of jack rabbits.
William M. Boggs, the new Inspector
of Fruit Pests, came across the plains
in the same train which included the
ill-fated Donner party.
The shipments of Carbonado coal
from Tacoma were 9,000 tons for
November, a considerable falling ofl as
compared with foi mer' seasons. iWi"'fi'"
An Indian near Prattville, Cal.,
recently caught with a seine a trout
that measured thirty inches in length
and weighed fourteen and one-half
pounds.
Three snow-white beavers were recently
trapped on the Sacramento
river, near Chico landing. They are
the only ones of the kind ever seen in
that locality.
Jft; CO'H.
Tltr UNDKRSIONCD WILL UECCIVK
MONLY AT TIIKIR SAVINGS
HANK UI'ON THE POL-
LOWING TERMS
On turns 4)! Five Hundred Dollars or under, from
one person, they will pny Interest M the rata of in per
fun. per annum, Iron) date of receipt, ou all sums that
shall have remained on deposit three months, or liaye
keen 011 dcHhIt three months at the time of mating up
the yearly accounts. No interest will he computed on
fractions of dollars or for fractions of a mouth,
No interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
within three months from date of ileposlt.
Thirty days notice must be given ot the Dank of an
intention o withdraw any money ; and the Kepos'tor's
Pass-book must be produced at the same time,
No money will be paid except ii)Kin the Draft of the
Debitor, accompanied by the proper Pais book.
On the first day of September of each year, tht
accounts will 1 made up, and interest on all sums that
shall hae remained ondcott three mouths or more,
and unpaid, will be credited to the depositors, and
from that date form patt of the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will ,
receded, subject to special agreement,
1 he Hank will be open every day In, the week except
Sundjsand Hohdajs.
aw.70 BISHOP & CO.
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e&UCtiOlt cflltCiS.
ORDER OF SALES
nv
LYON'S, & COffEN,
AT' THEIR SAl.KSROOMS.
Wednesday ,A- December 23d,
At 7 PV. GOODS
LYONS & COHEN,
8J A uclloncer'.
SPECIALNOTIGE!
Just received a consignment of
Wax Dolls; t
(Dreed ami undressed),
Baby Carriages.
Accordeons.
A splcndIcllot of
Oil Pahitinfs,
And Olographs,
HJX "JUPITEB."
Also n few cases of
Extra Manila Cigars,
Show Cases,
And a small line of Ladies , Misses ,
Men's and Youths
Boots, Gaiters & Sliocs.
All of which will be pold to the trade at
reasonable prices.
1.1'oxH .f conns,
Auctioneer ( Coiii'tii'moh Merchant
"ARISTONS"
!
-IMPROVED STYLE OF
I
HMD ORGANS,
WITH A LARGE AbSOPTMENT OF MUSIC,
For sale' by -
H. & CO
85
A. JT: 'Willin,mT,
No. 102 FORT STRE .
Loading Photographor of Honolulu.
WORK FINISHED IN
Wntor Colore, Crayon,
Intllii Ink or OH,
Photo. Colored Sin,
The only complete collection of
Inlunil Vlows, -
Fonts, Strolls,
Curiosities, &o
Charuen Moderate.
cpcriul jQottccc.
. Furnished Rooms.
Conveniently and NEATLY FURNISHED
ROOMS, Sincleor Double, can be had at
NO. I KUKUI STREET (near Fort).
44-im . .
Notice.
From and after tiis dale Mr, C, K. Miu.f.k
will attend to niy,sitlscriptioti book agency.
" WILLIAM CLARK.
83-lf
Furnished Cottage Wanted.
IIY A DESIRAHLE TENANT.
Address Postoffice Box No. 351, Mating In
cation, description of house, and lowest rent,
Removed.
Dr. Emerson has remocd his residence and
(iffice to lofi Fort Mreet, lately "occupied by
Cant. HaWev. Office hours from 8 to 10 a,
M 1 1031 M., 6:30 to 8 1'. M. Telephone
No. 140, both Mutual and Bell Telephones
used.
Keep your horses cool
and healthy, and avoid ex
cessive sweating; by having
them clipped with the
NEW LIGHTNING
HORSE CLIPPING MACHINE,
Now in successful operation nt the
Corner of J'anehboicl and Queen Strict,
41-im C. U MILES. Proprietor.
JOB PRINTING
NEATEST
estuted to order at the Satu'r day I'ukss office
(Gcncml buci'tiscnicnifl.
s.ari'a.
HEADiQUARTEJtS
IS O3?03Kr.
With an excellent assortment of
Now and Seasonable i Goods I
In keeping with, the usual extra
quality of noveltlot and desirable
Books, Toys, Fancy Goods,
Oliristums Cards,
l''or which this establishment it noted.
Special Holiday Editions of Poets,
In fine bindiiips Persian and Turkey
Alligator and Seal Skin,
Tree Calf, Plush and Cloth.
Prang's Pjize Cards (plain and fringed),
' Xmas Aloha (ftinged) ltooknmks,
Fine Plush Goods, Celuloid Sets,
llrackcts
EBONY FRAMES &CABINETS,
Steam and Klectric'Tojs,
New Toys and'Cames,
PACIFIC COAST DIAUlliS 1'OR 1886
(Pocket and Office
Dreka's Dictionary Illollers, Papcterie,
Juvenile Hooks (a line assortment),
Utc, Etc., Etc.
Together with a full and complete
line of Stationery and Blank Books,
All orders faithfully attended to. Prices as
reasonable as good Goods rill warrant, and
cheapest in the long run.
Tiiosj. u. Tinunsi,
'
- 104 Tort Street.
MELLEll & HALBE'S
lee Cream Parlor
AND
COWFJSCTIO'WJEtR Y.
Lincoln's Block, King1 Street,
A Fluo Amortmont of
CANDIES AND CAKES,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
parties' supplied.
WEMER & CO.,
Manuficturln'aml Importing
JNT. 02 Fort Street
Have Just received per "Mariposa" the most elegant
assortment ot '
FINE JEWELRY,
SOI.ll) ANU SILVr.R WAKE
T.ver brought to this market.
GlocUr1, Wuiulies, Urncolofg,
Pius, Iioclu'ty, Gold Chains
nntl (tiinrtlfl, Sleeve RuttoiiH
StutlH, Etc., Etc. "
Ami ornaments or all kinds,
Elognut Sullil Silver Tea Sotn,
And nil l.iiuUof silverware suitable for presentation.
These goods are all of the finest quality and latest
deigns and comprise a complete stock of all articles In
lids branch of business whlui will be sold at close
figure.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order,
The repairing branch of our business we regard at an
Importaut one, and all Jobs entrusted to us will
be executed in a manner second to none.
En(jrttvhtu
Of every description ilono to order, ('articular attru
turn ts paid to orders nd Job work from the
, other Islands. '
tl
clu btocrltocmcnlfl.
GHEMMAS
IS COMING!
And our store is full of Seasonable and Acceptable
Gifts, such as a full line of
BOYS' SOUS, SHIRTS, HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, Handkerchief Boxes, Fancy
- Ornaments, Lace Wear, Table Mats,.
Splashers, Slipper Patterns, Toilet
Sets, Embroidered Fancy Wall
Pockets, Arasene Chenille
Cords, Pompons, Felts,
Plushes, Tinsels,
IN ALI COLORS.
Come in and Look: at These Goods,
a I
CHAS. J. FISHEL. --:
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REMEMBER I
That the undersigned has this day received an additional "
supply of elegant
Men's & Boy's Custom Mado Clothing. jf
Shrunk. Well and carefully made, easy fitting, stylish
cut and most important,
t:e.:r,'X" low insr hf xxoeb.
Every garment warranted as re4 resented.
Also, just opening this day, the finest, neatest, most .
stylish, nobby, well made, flexible
HAT S.,-'
Ever imported here or anywhere else.
fiirst oo:m:e FIDRST SERVED: 1.
IMC.
Large Assortment of Holiday Goods !
WEST, DOW & CO.,
Have on hand, in addition to their usual large stock, R select assortment of
DPancy 6oocl& Miicl Toys,
Too numerous to mention,
and DPicfcuve Toitllig,
Also, just received per steamer Alameda, an elegant stock of
F U R N I T U. RE :
Cnnsiitin); in part nf
Light and Dark Cedar and Ash lied room Sets,
, Three Quarter and I'iiII Size Ash Iledstends,
Dining Room, Cottage, Nurse and Children's Chairs and Kock'ers, assorted.
A Fine Assortment of Holiday Goods to arrive by next Steame
73-im
1). F. DILLINGHAM,
President & Manager.
JAS, G. SPENCER,
Secretary & Treasurer.
Pacific Hardware Company
No. 72 and 70 Fovt titvvM.
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel Nott.
HOLIDAY GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED EX.S. S, "ALAMEDA" AND "ST. PAUL."
Sil-vex latod, "W"a,:t:e,
"sTtox filters arLd, Coolers,
D3to.7 Etc., .Etc.
H. E. McINTYllE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS' IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Uuut Ctyrnot' and ICing Struatu.
New poods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe. I'resh Call
fornla Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to
any patt of the city ee of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Box No. 145 j Telephone No. 92. 31 ly
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