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FRIDAY, FEB. 11.
Of OriRinal Matter !
lO Cents per Oopy.
To bo had at J. H. SOPER'fe,
Iho BULLETIN OFFICE and
from tlio rfows Carriers.
jr. ii. oipsux,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.)
Dealers Infill kind of
STATION E RY,
The J atcst Foreign Tapers uhvnys on
li iiul-at iho' Gairltc Modi, Merchant
ZZr Tlie :nglleli Aelmlrtiily Chaits
nluuys on hand. I by
jr. hoi?p &: oo.
71 KiiiK Wtrtvf.
Manufacturers! and ImpoKcr of nil
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPLDIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended lo.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For IJ-tl's or I'm tics in i..idl orlmco
JL it u. Y AX Is ? .
IjIi ordeis for Cnrtugu promptly at
IX. tended to. J'lirticiuli r uttention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the oilier Islands.
7iso, Black and White Sand
in 'quantities to unit nt lowest prices.
Ollloe, ndjolning fc. 1'. Athms tfeCiVs
"Ii. I. ,!,..,! rM.,r.1.r., X'..
.'.(....til J ' .1J.IU n.'t
llnvinir now pitscd into I bo hands
of , lespotieiMu p.mleti is tnpircdat
blioit notice to do nil Wishing in n Su
perior planner. A comiilerablu
has lu en made from the scale
i. former rale?, tuid
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will f.nor tint Ks'alillshiiient
; I h utrhil. L0
" MRS. J. A. EODANET
I3KHS TO INTOHU
bho li' rehiuiuit bu.iuiM nt her rci.
dfuicc, Kiiiim lieul, nol n .Mr. W'ode.
heading Room Association.
Itofol A; Alulua Ntit'rin.
Open eery Dny and JItiiIii.
The Library cimMMs r.i tlio pieent
tlmu ot over l'tve Tltoti.uit Volumes.
The Itendluj; Itooui U .applied with
about tUty ot the leading newspapeis
A l'.ulor Is pioIded for eomer:liou
Tonus of membership, illty cents a
Jionth, p.iynblo iinarleik In mh.iucc.
7so foinuility n'(itilred In joining; except
signing the i oil,
'fitrnngers lroiu foreign lountitesnnd
vlfltofi from Iho other h-h mis nio wel
come to the rooms nt nil trues ns guest.
This Association lmli;; no icgulur
means of sunpoit ewcepr the dues of
iuembei, it lit expected .hat icsidcuU
trf Honolulu who dcMiv avail them
jSmvs of ito privileges, at. i all who feel
uTT ititcrt'-t lu innliitiilnliii'.-ui Institution
of this Kind, Mill put down their nnme
mill become icstilnr conr .'uto.
Jli S. JJ. DOIJi. Trcs) lent,
M. M. SCOrr, V co-rifsldont,
Ji, A. PAnMIHilir. Secrettuy,
- O. T. ItODGEKS, .M.D.,
Clilruiau Hall and Ltbrmy Comnjlrloo.
HDSTACB & B0OTS0H
A Woman's Mis and
.A. Vokio from Vuntrln.
Kent Iho village of Ztnlngdorf, In
Lowor Austria, liven Jim In IInu, an in.
telllgent mill industrious woniiiii, hoso
uloiyof physleul billcriii and lluul 10
lief, ii9 i elated by hcisclf, is of interest
lo English women. "I wi employed,"
she suys, " in the work of n largo farm
houe." OveMrotk brought on slek
lpMilaolit, follow el by it tientlily faint.
Ini; mid slelne- of the blommli, until I
was unattlc to retain elthir food or
thinly 1 Mi compilktl to take to my
btd for fovcral wcili. Gutting a Ultlc
better from test and (pud, I sought t
do some work, but was soon tnken with
n pain in my side, which in n little
while seemed tonprcnd over my whole
liody, and throb! el In my every limb.
This v.n followtd by n cough mid
(luutne-f of breath, until fltiully 1 could
not sew, tmtl 1 tool; to rny but for Iho
second, and, as 1 thought, for the InH
time. My friends told oo that my tlmo
had MMrly iiMiir, and thai I could not
IImj longer lli.ui uliui the ttces put on
their gum liu) more. 'J'hen I hitppun-
od to gel one ot tiiu rcigei pampniets.
1 read It, and my dtar mother bought
mo a bottle of t?(.lgiTn Syrup, which I
took uvnclly ncdudlng to inrii.tioiif,.
nml I had not taken the whole of It be.
foie I felt a ureal t lmngc tui the better
My last illne-.s betiiiu .lune , US?, and
continued to Auuut Ikh, when I began
to tnl. o the ri.rup. Very huon I could
do ii little l'ghl wort;. The cough left
me, and 1 wus no more tumbled in
Ii entiling. Mowlam perfectly utitiil.
Ami oh, how Inippy I am I I cannot ex.
pro-is grutitudi) ('nough for Heigel's
Srup. Now uiut till Jim that the
(locto.s lu our district distributed linml.
billn ciiutloniug people ngiihist tiie
inediclue, telling them It would do them
no good, ami many wercthcioby lutlu
eneed to destroy tlio Selgcl iiaiiiphlcth;
but now. wherever ono Is to be found, ii
Is kept like u relic. '1 he fo' preicrvid
nic bouowed to read, and I hnvo lent
mi no lor bl miles niouuil our dUtrici.
I'cople havu come eighteen miles to gel
mo to buy th medicine for them, know,
lug that ilcimdme, and to be bum to
get the light Mm!. ! known wonmit
who wns looking II lie death, and who
told them tlicru wab no help for her,
that fclie had consulted .several doctois,
hut none could hilphei. I told htrot
Seigel'tt Syrup, mid wioto the nsme
down tor her thai the might imikc no
mist.iKc. bhe took my iiihlco and the
Srii, mid now shu is in jierHct health,
and iho people around us mo numml.
The lucdlclno h is made such progrc&s
in our neighborhood thai people say
they don't wunl iho doctor any more,
but they take Ibo Syi p. Sufferers liom
gout who weio couthud to their bed ntni
could haidly move n linger, have been
cured by it. There ii a girl in our dis.
tricl who caught u told by going
through sonio wutcr, and was in bed fivu
years with cosllencss and lhcumittio
p.iin-', ami hud to luo nu ntlendant lo
w nleh liy her. Thero was not u doctor
in tlio bin rounding dl-tricts to whom
her mother had not applied lo iclieo
her child, bulcviry one oio&bcd them
selves ami taid I hoy could not help her.
Whcnuver the little bell lang which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, wo thought surcl it wn-. for 'her,
but Scigol'a iiyrup mid I'll Is saved hot
life, anil now shu Isns hi.ilthy as any.
body, goes to church, and can work
even in Iho Holds. Everybody was n.
touULcd when they S'uv her out, know
ing how many jcais bho had been in
bed. To-d,iy she adds her gratitude lo
mine for Ood'rt mercies and belgtl's
Syrup. JIaiua Haas."
The people of England tptak continu
ing the above.
A.l'tcjr Koveviit Viuirst.
"Stoke Ferry, January IHh, 183 iT1
"Otntlenien, I have utcd Siegel'a
Sytup for several jeais, and luivo found
ii a most elllcaclous riimdy forLhir
complaints nml gencial dohillly, itud I
alwajs keep boiiiu by me, and c.iunot
speak too highly in ilB praise 1 re.
main, yours tfulj, lfarnctt King."
jV.ftor l-ilxtoon Vours.
" Whlltle.lo.WOods, near Choiley,
" 17isir Sir, Moiliur Seigcl's niediclnc
sells exceeding well t hh us, all that try
it speak highly in Its favor. Wo had u
cau of u joung lmly tlmt had biicn Iron,
bled ninny jears with pains after eating.
Shu tells us that iho pains weio entirely
taken awaj. after u few doses ol your
medicine Youis truly, E. Jj:i:i,.'
TJjo aftVcits linvo lienit
"D5, Ne.vgatuBticet, orksop, Noll",
"Qenthmen, It Is with thu gicalest
of plci.suro I accord my testimony us to
the eulcacy of Mother SoigcPs e-yrup.
My wife, who has MilfHftffrflm aculo
Dfaicp-.hi for over slMeeu years, is now
perfectly belter through the tolo help
of your" Sjrujt. 1 li.to eint pounds in
medicines lrnm doctors In lact, 1 be
gun to think the was incurable, until
your marvellous mudicinn wa- tried.
1 riiniiin, yours, thniikfully,
Al'loi' Alanv Yeni".
" Illord lfoad Dlspuuaiy, nuUinflold,
.May !!, 18S4
" Dear Mr, I tm happy to inform
von tli Utho salo of your Syrup ami Pills
Increases hero routiuually. t?pcral of
my customcis speak of having derived
more benefit ftom thr Use ot these than
from any other medicine. In some in.
stances tho effects lmo been wonderful.
Yours verv ltspctlfullv,
It wlvl Puo. Edwiv Kvstwooh, .1.11."
?u git.jj gtttUiftu
SATURDAY. FEB, 12. 1887.
.,' ' ' ' J '. " ''-Tf,"TTT?" " '! " ?.'..' ' ' '- rTTTT
A COVETOUS FAMILY.
Donvcr, Jan. 21st Jnmcs M. Pa
tiick, a wealthy ranchman near
Denver, lias brought suit in the
courts of St. Louis to recover his
infant child who is heir to an estate
of 81,000,000, and is supposed to
have been abandoned by his wile's
peoplo in order to secure the pro
petty. Patrick in 1870 married the
daughter of Mr. McMnnus, of a
very wealthy family in St. Louis, on
which occasion the present to the
Initio was So0,000. Tlio couple
settled in Dtndley County, Tcnn.,
where a daughter was born. In
1881 thu wife's health failed and tho
family moved to Colorado, where
Mr. Patrick purchased a cattle
i nuch. According to Patrick's
story, in the mcantiino dissension
lO'.o in Mr. McManus family, in
which tlio child figured, it being the
intention of MuMnmm to getpos.
session of the child, secure the li
vorce of tlie mother on the plea or
dcscition, and keep the property.
Willie Mr. Patiick was fixing up the
ranch he sent his wife and child lo
Canon City, where a sister Mrs.
Patrick, from St. Louis, visited
tliciu. Soon after this the husband
could teceive no answers to his let
ters or telegrams to his wife, so ho
went to Canon City, only to discover
that his wife, child and sister-in-law
had suddenly departed, leaving no
word behind, lie immediately went
to St. Louis, where lie learned his
wife was at her father's house, but
lie was not permitted to visit her.
On tlie 9th of October last his wife
died, leaving an cstato of over a
S 100,000, including the present of
$.-)0,000, which fell into the hands
of Mr. McManus family. Not only
did they secure this, but they so
influenced the wife that she disin
herited her child and left her for
tune to her brother Ward McManus.
The child has been taken away and
cannot be found. Mr. Patrick thinks
that she is confined in some asylum
in Canada. lie ha', broimht suit for
her recovery, and also the $50,000
dowry. 'S- F. Bulletin.
KING HUMBERT AND THE
Had m Orfenigo is renowned for
his dexterity in oxti.ieting teeth with
out causing pain. His patients me
liuiucioiiH, for bo makes no charge.
Even I'opo Leo XII once called him
in to pull out a molar which had
M'veiely tried his patience. Some
tune iifteiwaid King Humbert, whou
teeth aie none of the best, wont out
for a day's shooting near Castcl
I'orzinno, had a violent attack of
toothache and was suhiscd lo consult
l'atlrc Oifcnigo. Hut they icckoncd
without their host. Tho woitby friar
lcmcmbeied that tho Quirinal pnlnco
-till lay muter the papal iuteidiul and
refused to cioes its tliicshohl before
settling tho point with liis conscience.
Ho thcicfoio consulted the Cardinal
Vicar, who lcfcucd the matter to the
1'opu as uigent. Leo XIII tent word
to Oifcnigo that ho was in duty bound
to obey tho dictates of humanity,
and tlio monk pcifurmcd tho opcin
tion with tho s.uno forceps that ho had
used when ho had attended the
Pope. Afteiwaid, when showing the
instrument to his friends, he used to
renmik: "This i tho missing link
between the temporal and spiritual
powers." Independence Beige.
ASSISTING YOUNG WOMEN.
New Voik, Jan. 10. Tho foimal
opening of tho now building of tho
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion at No. 7 East Fifteenth stieet,
was hold last evening. Over U,000
invitations weie issued for the occa
sion and the huge ball was filled
caily. Thu exercises of tho evening
included addresses bv the Ilov. l)rs.
William M. T.ivlor and William It.
Huntington. The new stiucturo is
of blick wilh term cotta tiinunings
and is six stories high. It cost $125,
000, and through tho liberality of
Mr. Astor, Mrs. Elliott T. Shcpard
and otheis, there is no indebtedness.
The bi.th, fifth ami fourth lloois nio
dovoted to ait, arithmetic, bookkeep
ing, writing, modelling in clay, ap
plied designing, maehiuo and hand
sewing, cutting and fitting, and choir
mill in. Tho libiAiy is on tho second
floor apd contains 10,000 volumes.
Tho pailor.s aie exceedingly attrac
tive. Tho Association has beou in
u,jtcuco for fifteen yeais and its
work bus been devoted to enabling
young women to hiipport themselvps.
Tho number of applicants has of lalo
been domo l,fi()0 annually.
The Colonel of a Now York iegi
nient tells a story of the h.iltlo of
Winchester. In tho thicket of tho
fight, when the slaughter in the
Union lino bad become peifeolly
frightful, bo detected a stout Irish
man of his tcgimout cttilcd up be
hind n great tree, lie indo up to
tho delinquent and savagely icpri
mauded him for his cnwaidice. but
the man, with irresistibly Hibernian
drollciy, responded: "Now, Colonel,
dear, don't bo hard with a poor fel
low like mo. A eowaul is it? Faith,
1 think 1 am; but I'd lather bo called
that eveiy day in the year than to
bo like that poor eraytur yonder."
Tim "poor crayter yonder," to whom
tho Colonel's attention was directed,
was tho mangled qorpso of a Foldier
whose head hud been eutiied demo
lished b a shot. The odd earnest
ness of tho fellow's excuse tnndo tho
Colonel laugh heartily, and tho man
was loft to the enjoyment of his
tree. Ben: Peiloy Pooie,
An Irish doctor says "raw pork
should never bo eaten unless cooked."
THE N1W YORK
Successful. Trustworthy. Purely
Mutual. No Stockholders.
Assets over - $70,000,000
Surplus over - 14,000,000
It limes the tint forms of policy r.nl
paj tlui JLAltttKUT Tontine DI1
ilends of any Ooinpiuy.
Tho latest advantage added to Its Ken
Forfeiting Limited Tontine Policies is:
A ftntmtiitced return of nil
1'rcmiiiniN pnitl, In addition
to Face of Iolicy, in caso of death
during tho Tontine, period.
For full particulars apply to
0. 0. BEHGEE, Honolulu,
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
A small invoice of
Imported direct from Havana.
C. 0. BSEGEE,
ii ii 1 en, in. Ten!
Just rieeived ex Australia.
PURE .TA.1YIV TMA,
In Mb. and ?-Ib. tit s and J-ll package.
Koi sale, lowei than n in where chc in
t3wn, whclcs'ilc and retail, by
HANG MOW CHONG & CO., Agents,
'ii Kuiuuui Sliect, Honolulu, i'5
Competition the Lifo of Trade.
Is DiiiM Carriage Go.
EESPECT FULLY SOLICITS A
continuance of thu patrounco of
Unite who occasionally requite 11T1 ix
pic for 6iiorrio, maki.no calls, &c
ac. The manager also desires lo sb.tu
thai the Coiutmi-y's drivers have earned
a repultitiou M cari fuldiiivino, riviu
ity ami sutler Ainu:iu:.NCi: 10 nut:
ixuai. iuti;s of fare, th'fiiby molding
Ihu necessity to use cards, siiowini.' tho
the tlmo they have Leon engaged nnd
the amount iceclved for fares.
Thu pioteciion whlth this Company
oilers tho public nguust oecrchaiglng,
Incivility, tr lieedlers driving, liis in
tho fact that thu majority of their driv
ers have, by steady apj llcaiinit and strict
altent on to hiuinc-s, become owmn of
the tti.ms they drive. Eurtlierin-ue iho
numerous calls for the CoiirAj,Y's Oaiu
iuai.ij, ilemonttralu hc.eoud ndouit,
that so far, ft'itWfiiclion his been tic
cordtd to the public. Pmilos who de
sire lo ride LcUlud a certain hoiBi or
drivei, can always suit their choice, as
the drive i a are not in the habit of cluing
ing about from one stable to another.
Discretion in chaiging, is a special
fcutuie of iho Company's polio).
Extra Chargo for Carriages or
dered by Telephone
Fora Hack, Ring Up
TELEPHONE No. 290!
United Carriage Company,
OKI'ICKAM) CAKI1IAOE STAM:
Cor. JCinc &; Fort Hti'cotw.
Will bo open every afterncon and even.
Ing as follows:
Slondny, TueHtlny, Writitemtny aud
To tho public in general.
For Indies nnd gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen nnd children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating,
Friday nnd Bnturdny Ironings.
WILLIAM WALL, Mnnngor.
FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION!
NUME00U3 COMPLAINTS PROM
time to lime, appearing In tho
daily paters of incMI j.oureharglng,
etc., by hackmen,
The Hawaiian Hotol Stables
Iig to notify their patrons thni nil their
driven on leavltf; tho tland have tho
litno taken, and on riturnli g tho tlrler4
till out a cud villi fnio charged while
awny, by which means iho public uro
protected and the jiroprlelors are b'n to
iuctigate any overcharges and com.
KIIS'O XJ1? 3Vo. 3.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Luca.' Mill.
JOHN ITT, Ii 8 mam Street.
(fa u ISSffiMsSSw m
Granite, iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER- PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
-2ouso Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, -TIN, ' COPIER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
(Formoily wi'h S.imucl Nott).
IIllJOltoi and JDcnlox In
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, P.AMPS,
CUOOKKHY, GLASbW Alii:, I10U.SIJ FURNISHING HARDWAltE,
AGATK IHON AND TINWAHE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
ty Stole formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Sprcckela & Co.'b Bank."
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
Now GoodB for tho Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in Wow Designs.
From the very bca mnkcrs.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete festoclc ol" Goods iu JQvory ILine.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 05
UAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LIOT OF
mmmi m -mm mmis
v$s xzsi K5?
Pioneer Steam Oa
Keeps always on hand the largest stock and greatest variety of Home
Made, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
lowest Prices, Full "Weight, and Pure Goods at Wholesale and Setail.
F. HORft3, - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confectioner and Ornameoter in this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, but arc mado now as beforo, of superior quality
ami rlchuess of Ilavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which defies imitation and fully sustains a twentj'-threo years' reputation,
not yet excelled In Honolulu.
American, Fronch, Italian, English and German Pastries
lilado to Ordor at Short Notice.
Bread Delivered Every Dny to nil pnria of iho City.
Sin life See Cream
At 63.00 for one, and 55.00 for two Gallons. Mado from rich Egg
Custard. It is made from Woodlawa Dairy Cream j guaranteed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, aud acknowledged to be tho Richest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed by
Faotory, Store and Ice Cream
Between Fort & Nuuamt,
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
loth TalephosM No 74 39
.. K I
wmw , ' j ii V'n'
Let me have a mild
c I G A R
rpilE AUOVC HnQUE-.T IS IITAUD
JL dally In ciuar tt rei, tuloont n .tl
oh r phiics where cigar are told, for
li Iff an untllspiiii tl inc-tihiit mos I Hunkers
tuvfer a mllu elgir ami Unit lhoo who
have for a Ituifr time sinukid Utoliir
oIuhis,. irlnclpttlly imporltd Jim Han,
will, oftur Iiuvlnu lliortnigbly iijurcd
Hip Klomnoli nnd Impnlred iho mrvimv
fys'tin surely wmii n mild clear, il tht-y
cinilil find ihu ilyht knd.
t lo iimiij t 'hhi i u n i f i-niolor.- wl.o
mllci from 1 ,t nl a, pelllc, lnui adi ,
iuro s irritability, asthma, cic, mid
who have trial nil posaililo rcmcdlti
wllliout saccess, uiinht le cured if ihov
know Hint llielr siilTciIiiirs wiro tnuscit
by ih" Inumpernlc ii-o nt sue- p el curs,
and that they Mioulcl only (iiii.ko m Id
and properly picpnird onii-.
Il In a fact lhat nil mild duals ngrco
well with tmokora', for in inott cuca
ilioo i-i a lack of earn in the eelectlun of
tho tnbi.cco, nnd often the nice'ssnrycx.
pcilcrco for il la wanting, ct there is
one brand which mills the inojt f aetld ious
nnokir, and that li
"Sampler" Hnitt Cigar
Which is made from mild, aromatic nnd
particularly iclcrtcd and prepared to
bacco, nnd (ombliies nil iho qualities
jvhleh may bu expected from a health
cigar. It catiecs no bid cilc.tof any
kind, in agreeable to the taite, bung
tVt-nly to iho cnil and possesses n fine
nroiun. No smoker should fall to give
A fair trial, nnd benefit himself at tho
For sale Everywhere.
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
G. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Ileal
Order loft at Olflcc, with N. F. Bur- ,
goss, t'4 King Sluet, will be promj-tly
attended lo. 69ly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for snlc, lu quantities
to suit :
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Ordrrs arc hereby solicited and will
bedelivcrid at any locality within iho
2Vo. 8 KT3SG STREET.
Both Telephones, 187. W
ot B'cohol or tobacci), wakefulness. Mental D
prtxslon. Boltcnlng of the Brcin, rasultins in in
tnnitr and lenduii; to mUerr. decay and death;
fremnturo Old Aaa, Barrcnnts, Lota of Pom
in either b. Irnolantary Loasos and Spernutor
lliaea, oaac4 broTcr-axcrtion ot tho brain, aolf.
abuso, or oTcr-inualeonce. Each box contain
ono month' treatment. $1X0 n pox, or Bix boxes
for $S.OO, (ontby moll prepaid oa receipt ot price.
WE OUA11AXTEE HIX BOXES
Tocaroonjrcaao. With each order roceircd by xn
for six boxes, accompanied with J5.CU, wo will
end tho purcuiwor oanrn tten RuaruittotOTe
fond the money it tho trwtment docs not oStet
uoura. Guarantees ittucd only by
nOTXIHTEIt tf- CO.
""-"'T'T'-'-it - f rnj i i-rr'-ir"nii1ihl
P7ifrJU,(.clt UMja.kliiicitbo,Ca.titlea f Cortjrm
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