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SATURDAY MAY. 21 1887.
A MANLY DUDE.
' The listener observed the other
morning a printer's boy who liud
trundled an overloaded wheelbarrow
into Coiiibill over the street pave
ment and had essayed to not it from
the gutter upon the sidewalk. The
banow was laden with unbound
books, evidently on their wiiy to one
of the bookblndcries on that street.
It was n very big barrow and a very
small boy, and when the little fellow
attempted to get hit load upon thu
curbstone lie was quite unable to do
it. Here he had struggle, it seemed,
until he litul become quite discour
aged, and, seeing a little crowd
gathering to look at his vain efforts
to move his stalled vehicle, the boy
burst into tears.
Just at this juncture there came
up a dude of the most extravagant
type, an exquisite fellow, with quite
an English Derby hat, you know,
straight-briinined and low in the
crown, spotless light fawncolored
overcoat, pearl-gray kids, nicely
bagging trousers with the crease
down the sides ; pointed shoes, with
gaiters over them ; and carried level
in one hand, a big cane. It seemed
to take this exquisite specimen but
an instant to tako in the situation.
Then he stepped up to the curb
stone in front of the wheelbarrow,
daintily and deftly removed his kid
gloves, gave them and the cane to
the weeping boy to hold, seized the
ditty wheel of the barrow with both
hands, and, lifting it clear to the
gutter, set it fairly upon the side
walk. "Now, my little man, give mo the
stick and tho gloves, and then you
can trot along with it, don't you
know!" said thu dude to thu boy,
who, though looking gratefid, put
his hands to the barrow, cfter he had
handed over the articles, and moved
away without a word.
THE INDIAN WAY.
Of all the customs of the Indians
which Jacques Carticr observed, that
which struck him as the most novel
and singular was the use of tobacco.
In the narrative of his second voy
age to Canada, in 1035, occurs the
following quaint description: "The
Indians have an herb of which, dur
ing the summer, thoy gather a great
quantity for the winter, and which
they prize very highly, and use
(thu men only) in the following
manner: They dry it in tho sun and
suspend it from their necks tied up
in a little skin instead of a bag, to
gether with a horn (cornet) of stone
or wood. Then, at all hours, they
make a powder of thu said herb and
put it in one end of the horn, and
then place a live coal upon it; and
through the other end they blow so
hard that their body is tilled with
smoke, so much that it comes out of
their mouth and nostrils as out of a
chimney. They say that this keeps
them healthy and warm, and they
never go about without these things.
Wo have tried the said smoke, and
having had it in our mouth it seem
ed to contain pepper, fo great was
thu heat." At that time the use of
tobacco was unknown in France,
and, although the plant had been
brought to Spain and Portugal by
the early explorers of America, it
was only a quarter of a century
after Jacques Cartier's second voy
age that tho French Embassador,
Jean Nicott, sent the seed from Lis
bon and France. Chicago Inter
THE BEST TIME TO BATHE.
It is best to bathe just before go
ing to bed, as any danger of catch
ing cold is thus avoided, and the
complexion is improved by keeping
warm for several hours nfter leaving
tho bath. A couple of pounds' of
bran put into a thin bag and then in
the bathtub is excellent for softening
the skin. It should be left to soak
in a small quantity of water boveral
hour? before being used. The in
ternal aids to a clear complexion are
most of them well known, and the
present season is the best for a
thorough cleansing thu purifying of
the blood. Tho old-fashioned re
medy of sulphur and molasses is
considered among the best. Char
coal powdered ami taken with water
is said to be excellent, but it is most
difllcult to take. A strictly vege
table and fruit diet is followed by
many for one or two weeks.
THE LOTOF ARUSSI AN RECRUIT.
Odessa, April -1. I had occasion
to-day to pass through a suburban
park, were a large number of young
conscripts were being put through
tho goose step. Tho drillmaster was
a big man. He thought, nothing of
stepping up to the end of tho lino
and dealing two or three resounding
blows on tho faces of cight.or ten
of the unfortunate squad. At thu
next word of command the result
was still unsatisfactory, and the
corporal expressed his displeasure
by attacking a sickly, consumptive
looking Jewish recruit, striking lilm
witii clenched list full in the ribs.
The unfortunate lad doubled up,
and was dragged to tho rear a little
hoyond, where the corporal of
another squad was slowly and de
liberately dressing tho lino by
savagely kicking tho legs nndstamp
ing his iron shod heel on tho toes of
the poor recruit. Tho thud f tho
blows and kicks and tho groans and
cries of tho less hardy of thu unfort
pnato youths wero horrible to hear.
Why am I bo Miserable?
So weak and ltnguld? Why such
heartburns and pnltn In tho stomnch,
such acidity, ntul sunh tin uiiloisnnt
table in Ihc mouth J AVI y at times Mich
n cmiwliur iippeihe, niid men ngaln Bin h
dlrelisli for tnoJT Why l U'U mind so
frequently Inlt'ible, desponding mc,nn.
clioly, mid dej:elcdr V liy noes one
ofiun feil muter the ii prehension of
some Inmgli.ury danger, und Hart at any
unexpected nolM", becoming agitated h's
though fonic gri at o.'.lnraity was Impend.
Iui?r What h thu ineni'"lnic of time
dull, tick licmlnuliC'.; tli no Violent p 1.
pitailnns of il-u licnri, ibis fuvciiili r. s -lussiie-3,
tlicsu night tsticuinj lUU dis
turbid and drccny tleep, width bilng-,
no refreshing lent, but only moanlngs
and mutteiltig", uiul the lionoiu of the
MM ,-. .1.1 .1
iiiu iiu-ivcr is: niesu iiru mu syiup
toms i Indigestion or Dyspepsia Ihc
beginning and thu forerunner of idniost
every other hiuniiu (Incase. Indluc'Uioii
U a weakness or want of power 'of the
digestive lluiis of the siomncli to con
vert tho foud Into healthy nuitur forllie
proper nourishment of tho body. It is
cm sed most frequently by the Irrogti.
1 itliy of diet, or iumioper lood, wiuit of
hcnltliy cxcrcKc mill pure outdoor air.
Iimnybii Induced by mental dlsttejs
lliohock it' Mime great calamity. It
may lie, and often Is, aggravated and In.
telisltleil, II not originally brought on,
ny cimUiiioii 1 1 oni intense mental np
plication, of phslcnl overwork, dome.-.
tie troubles, anxiety in business, or Ilium,
clul embarrassments, If I lie. stoui'ich
could always Lu kept in i rder, death
would no longer bu a Mibjtcl of leirfnl
anxiety to thu young nwl middle-aged,
but what would be contemplated by nil
as a visit of an expected friend at the
close of n peaceful and happy obi age.
However, the lirst hostile. Invader upon
the domain of health and luipplne-tt h
Is lliero nny iclltf, any remedy, any
cine? That i thu question of thu, suf.
fcring mid unhappy dyspeptic. "What is
wanted Is a medicine that will thorough
ly renovate the stomach, bowels, liver,
and kidneys, and allbid speedy and ef
fectual assistance to thu digestive organs,
and restore to the ncnou-j and muscular
systems their oilglnal .energy.
Such a medicine Is happily at hand.
Never in the history of medical dl-cov.
cries, e.hlcntu I by a dozen years' thor
ough list, has Ihciu been found a remedy,
for Indigestion co speedy, so sure, and
so surprising In its results as Slegel's
Curative Syrup, but to-day it is a standard
remedy for that almost utiivMiil allllc
lion hi every civilized country In Europe,
Asia, Africa nud America. , l'uulio te.
tinioniiiK and private letters from mili
tary oiUc'crs, bunkers, mcichunts, ship
captains, mechanics, farmers, and their
wives and daughters, alike coiitlim its
Nearly Raised him from the
Swiss Cottage, 'Walton-onHhc.Niize,
August 27lh, 1880.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If a testimonial is of nny
use to you respecting the remarkable
euro I have derived by taking your
"Slegel's Syrup," you arc at liberty to
niuko any usu of this you may deem
best. For upwards of twelve years I
aava sull'ered from extrcmo Nervous De
bility aud (iiutrlc Catarrh which re
duced me so that 1 was totally unable to
do nny business, ami cned gicut pros,
tratiou and weakness. About three
yens ago 1 had Ihu advice (f several
members of Ihu medical faculty, and
under their treatment derived little or
no good, llclug in town simo ten
months ago, I was advised to try your
Curative fcyrup, and purchased ali(illle.
1 had not taken many doses lief in e I be
gan to feel a fresh man. I could walk
with case, while before I hud hind work
to curry onu leg before thu other. My
blicngth gradually increased and my
eyesight got better, which before I lie
qucnlly lost, owing to tho malady arls
big from a sluggish liver, often in bed
fir several da.s with piles, und could
hardly move. lam thanklid to you and
to God for nearly raising mo fiom the
grave, for it was nothing hut your Bib
gel's Syrup that has restored me to 10
bust health. Yours faithfully,
llcveshy, near Boston, -iJcceinLeraist,
A.J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your Slegel's Syrup I find
has an luci easing alu in this neighbor
hood, and shall always do my lest to
further the sulo of an article. Unit every
one that purchases speaks highly in its
favor. 1 also have gieat tatixuciinn in
siiyiag Hint I quite believe my -vife ivas
fcrmanciitly cured of Imligctltiiu und
Wind on the .Stomach, fiom which she
had lulToredsntensely some time prtviou
to taking it. Faithfully ) ours,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December!! llh, 1880.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dtar Hr: I hope that your SiegiTs
Syrup and Fills may get tho sale they so
well deserve I hud a very delicate
child, u hoy now over iiiuo years, but
hi lug averse tn eating any kind of veg
etable or food from his birth, I bcj;aii
giving luni Mother SlcgelV Curative
Svrup, and nl'iitr a fuw weeks he ricov
cied so :w to be nbleto eonunu: as much
food as otliir boys of hi? age, mid lo the
grcit astonUhinentof Iih nclghbinlis, he
is lively, getting into lb-h. and thriving
as well as buys of hit ngu do. Wo glvii
nil thucicdit nf lii-t rcroveiy lo Slegel's
Syrup. Youis falilifull,
1H07 1 S Maxwi:m
The Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for snlo
Steam Family and Blacktmith Cca
nud a general assortment of
416 Bar Iron.
0. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu from San Franeltco.
Australia May 81
Zcalandia Juno 10
Australia Juno 28
Alameda July 8
Australia July 2G
Australia August 20
Zcnlandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September DO
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 16
Zcnlandia November 2o
Australia December 1!1
Alameda- December -'.')
Loavo Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Alameda June ft
Australia June 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia ' July 5
Xcalandia July 21)
Australia August 2
Alameda August 2G
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 2!)
Australia September 27
Zcalnudia October 21
Australia October 2f
Alameda November 18
Atislral'a November 22
Mariposa December 1G
Australia December 20
Zealandia (1888) Jnnuary 13
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Feb. 8, '87.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
KeH.ileiicc: .'tl Alakoa Street,
x. . JtOX lt)H. sou
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, and Coimy.uiues
Drawn on short notice.
Collection Agency Mic. JOHN' GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mn. P. MARCOS,
Gcnoral Business Agency. No. :I8 Mer
Hell Telrplioiio .'IIH.
V. O. Uox 415.
Continental and Colonial
36 Rue do Dunkerque, - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of Kieni'li, Uelginn,
SwIsj, German, anl RngllMi Oooils. at
the best Munuf icturers' Lowest Prices.
(tommUtlon, Two-and-a Half per cent.
All Tiiule mid ('ash DPcoiints allowed
to Clii-Ms. Oilgiud Invoice-, forwarded
Remittances, thionirh a London or
Paris Hunker, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
Tim Agency HVpiccut, liny?, and
Sell', f ir Home a nl Colonial Firms.
Piece (Soods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
Silks, Velvets, Lawns, Chintzes,
Miisliii-i, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Luces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parasols, Ilabcrdashory,
Gold and Silver Lace,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
llnola and Shoo, Glum, and
China. wttto, Oh els', Watches,
Jowollry, Fancy (jooiIh.
Klectro-plale, Musical Instruments,
Fiiih, Kcrk'siiihtiral nnd
Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toys.
I'crfitniciy, Wines, &c ,
Oilman's Stores, Hook', Artistic
Chroinos, Machbieiy, &c, &c.
iao ly S
Having 'ci'iueil tho Servbei of
Geo, C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House oi" SSig-ii
JPu. in ting'.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS,
ofSlatidiud UiamU to cIihu out stn-k,
will hu sold at Cost. Sizes lis follows,
by iho piece;
IMearhctl, 0, 7 nml W iinrleiM.
Ill-own, O, 7. 10 and ll iiuai-terM.
CASTIJ & COUKU.
F YOU WANT A SERVANT.
. advcitlso in the Daily Bulletin,
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a .1 j .
14 J Ji
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New Goods ! .
New Fashions !
Mr. L. B. KERR
Has received and opened up his New
CLOTH GOODS I
Comprising a large and well selected
Suitable for tho Season.
These goods wore t elected in England
ly Mr. Kerr personally, and are guaran
teed to bo of the finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, having secured tho ecrvlccs
of a NEW CUTTER, ho is pre
pared to l'ullll orders with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street.
Tercbcnc Slaving Cream!
In lead tubes U theplcasnntestyotiaado
for the face, winch with
Patent Terebene Soap
Is combined with erebenc, the fintlfep
tic. and purifying properties of which
arc wonderful. For snle by
21 iw. CASTLE & COOKE.
J. IIOPP & CO.
74 King Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing mptly'attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT-
For Bills or Parties in small or large
891 quantities. ly.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in the Daily Bulletin
Hustace & Robertson,
A LL orders for Cartage promptly at
i"X tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands,
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit nt lowest prices.
Ofllce, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
983 ly Mutual Telephone No. 10.
Open every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS E. -WAJJIL,,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alakca StrvetH.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists nt tho present
time of over Five" Thousand Volumes.
The Heading Itooiu Is supplied with
about fifty of the leading uowsptipers
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents n
month, payable quarterly hi advance,
No formality required lu joining except
Blgnlng thu roll,
Strangers from foreign countries nud
visitors from the other Islands are wel
come to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except tho dues of
members, It Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of Uh privileges, and nil who feel
an interest In maintaining mi Instltptlon
of thN kind, will put down their names
and become regular contributors.
A. J. CAKTWmOHT, Pics.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vieo-l'reslilont,
II. A. PAltMELEE, Secretary.
A. L.SMITH, Treasurer,
0. T. KODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall anil Library Committee.
JOB PRINTING ol all kinds exc
cuted at tho Daily Bulletin Oftlco
Let me have a mild
C I G A RF
THE AUOVn REQUEST IS HEARD
da.ly In cimir stires, saloons a-nl
oihir p ncea whero cigar aro told, for
lllsnn undisputed fnctthat most pmol.cn
prefer n mild cigar and that Ihose who
linvo for a long tuno smoked strong
clears, principally Imporud Manlhis.,
will, nfter having thoroughly Injured
the ntotnnch nnd impaired tho nrrvoua
fystem, surely wont a mild cigar, If they
could Und the right kind.
How ninny thouMindu f smokers ho
suffer from bin ot appetite, hcailacht,
ticrvo' s Irritability, iiMhirm, etc., nnd
who hau tried all possible lenicdlcs
without success, mluht ho cured If they
Know nun tueir Hiiiierings were caused
by the lutiiiipcrate use of stiong cigars,
and that they should only smoke mild
and properly prepared oiicf.
It Is a fact that nil mild clgais n'grco
well with smokers, for In most cases
there is n hick of care In the selection of
thu tobneco, and often tho mccssnry (x.
pcrlcnco for it is wanting, jet thirois
one brand which suits tlio most fastidious
smoker, and that Is
" Sampler " Health Cigar
Which is made from rnlld,nromallc nnd
particularly telcctcd and prepared to
bacco, nud combines nil the qtialilicH
which may bo expected from a health
cigar. It causes no hud effect of nny
kind, is agreeable to Ihc taste, bun'a
evenly to the end nnd possesses a iluu
nroiini. No smoker should fall to give
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit himself at the
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 Fifst Street, 8. F, 80
For sale Everywhere.
Tahiti Lenoaafle Depot,
Telciihone, 800. P.O.Box 400.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS .
Thoroughly pure and mnde by steam, in
Kvlanu's Anti-Atmospheric Apparatus
with glass pumps. All copper dis
persed with. The newest patent in
Crywtul Valve Uottlcw
Only in use for Tahiti Lcmonnddc, Oreo
adino nnd Pcifict Ginger Ale, nt 75 cents
per dozen, dellveicit to any part of the
city. And Codd's. Patent Glass Stoppers
for the celebrated plum dry
So hlchly efficacious for dyspepsia, ns
supplied to all the principal Umllies in
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. B. M.'
vcfcscls of war.
Inland orders promptl;" attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1, 18c7. 1599 ly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
0"rdcr left at Ofllce, with N. F. Bur
gess, t?4 King Street, will be promptly
attended to. COly
S. M. CARTER,
Has ou hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders ore hereby solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within the
No. 8SS KINtt STREET.
lloth Telephones, 1(17. U
Health is Wealth !
De. E. C. WrsT's Nmite and Bbaim Tbeat
Ment, n guaranteed specific for Hyttcrla, Dlrzl
ntwa. Convulsions, Vita, Vtarrous Neuralgia,
11 oailacho. Nervous Prostration, caused by the ni
ol alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, MouUl Do.
jircBslon, Softonlng of the Brain, resulting in in.
anility and lending to misery, decay and death;
l'romnturo Old Aro, liarronness, Loss ot Power
in either sox. Involuntary Losses and (Spermator
rhoea, caused by oyer-excrtion ot tho bralH, self
obuso, or ovor-lndulirouca. Each box contains
ono month's treatment. 81.00 a box, or six boxes
for $3.00, sontby mail prepaid on receiptor price.
WE UUARAXTEK SIX BOXES
To euro nny caso. With each order rccelvod by us
for six boxes, accompanied with $3.00, wo will
Bond tho purchaser our written Ruurantoo to .re
fund tho money i( tho treatment dots nut effect
a euro. Guarantees issuod only by
jioi-.i-.is'risit & co.
WE will r tk Wti nwr4 lor tr " ' U"' Conplibt
tj,pptla, Blck UtftdMh., ladlglilloa, CftoiUpllo or CotUf.Mii,
. t.ODOl or. wlia W.it'i V.Ull. Lli.r rllU, nkts Uu 41ns.
Uou tr. tuklly eomplkl wllk. Tk.r tf pnly npUMi, tmt
t.TwUll tORlTt HturKtloa. 0ugtrCoU4. tut biM, rB
Ulnlof 10 fllU, Monti, Sn ui by sU draffl. fiwtit tf
lonabrf.kl ftod U&IUilool. Tbt rBnl& D)uufkctiirf4 olr bf
JOHN C. WEST A CO., Ml A lJ W. JIIUoo Sk, Cbic.
Tjh U kl pttUgt ! bjr buU pre ptUeo rMlii fcl 3 ewl ittajs,
Ilolllutor &. Co.,
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