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Of the Very Bost Quality Obtainable I
i SBEfii SK aWipri'WssyEiap tarssi
HaTing secured the privilege of the use of the GRAND
J STAND, at the Kupiolatii Race Course, at the
coming races, on
of June, will
which he guarantees will be
'Superior to any tliere Offered.
to the public before-, consisting of
Ico Creams, Soda "Water, Ginger Ale,
Lemonade and Cream Drinks,
Strong Hot Coffee with Cream and Buns,
A large assortment of Calces,
Ham, Bread and Butter, Sandwiches,
Roast Chicken, Turkey, Spiced Beef of the finest llavonr,
Salad with Mayonaise Sauce, Pork and Beans, etc., etc,,
People visiting the Park during the races will have no
need to take their own provisions, as F. HORN" promises
to sell at the lowest prices possible, so as to satisfy every-
"" y. F. HORN", Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ico Cream Parlors,
Established 18G3.J t7d No. 71 Hotel Street.
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ISSJEt. JE3L. JT. HART,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Has returned from San Francisco, mul having
Secured the services of a First-Class Pastry Cook,
which enables tho "Elite," nioro than ever, to make a
Superior quality of all kinds of Ice Cream, Sherbets,
Water Ices, &c.
Our Fancy CakcM arc the l'rlilo of Honolulu,
Awl we bake every tiny Lady Fingers, Macaroons, Drop Cukes, Coco Dips, and
many other kinds too numerous to mention.
Sponge, Found, Fruit unci Jelly CuUcn nlwuyn on luuul,
or made to order on shortnotlce, in any style.
A lino lino of Choice Candies always in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public Is invited to inspect our stock nnd store, which is now in flue order.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
HART & STEJNER, Proprietors,
Mutual Tole. 838 t-Open dailv until 11 p. m.-a Bell Tele. 182.
Telephone Both Companies 240.
' A complete line of flo
STAPLE A3ST FANCY GROCERIES,
Fresh Goods on Ice by each arrival of the O. S. S. Co's Steamers. Goods delivered
to all parts of Honolulu.
iBland order solicited and packed with caro, and shipped to any part of tho Kingdom
A JOHN NOTT, 1.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, GOPHER AND
.--993 SHEET IRON WORK.
4 PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
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.nVJW UUWUB 1U1 IU OJLViiH,jrO " i,WM. 1IU1V
- ' in New
p- o CUTLERY o
' A. Complete Htoclc ol Goods in Every 3L,ine.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 6
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pensacola
nnrl Lunnlllo Sts.. which can bo
'divided Into two or more building loli.
Enquire of G. WEST,
wmhi j-i ttuvimmtmtmtamm-m
the 10th and 11th
be prepared to
P. O. Box 207.
8 Milium Street
very bos makers.
ONE GOOD BOUND
family Maro, perfectly
safe to drive by Indies
or children. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen Bt.
u gaily UUtfou
FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1887.
UPS AND DOWNS OF ARMY LIFE.
UOW FOIIXUKC CAME OF LAZINESS.
Simon Bolivar Buckner, named
after the South Atneiican liberator,
the Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor of Kentucky nt the approach
ing clcctiou, is well known thiough
out the country as tho Confederate
General who surrendered Fort Don
clson and its garrison to General
Granti He was born lu 1823 and is
u native ol lventucuy, from wmcii
State ho was appointed a cadet to
tho Military Academy, graduating
in 1811, and assigned to the infan
try arm of the service ; waotwico
brevctted for gallant conduct in tho
Mexican War, at the battles of
Cherubusco and Molino del Hey.
He was appointed a Captain in the
Commissary Department in 1852
and resigned his commission in 18i5
to take charge of his property in
terests in Chicago. At the outbreak
of the Civil War he returned to
Kentucky, and was appointed by
the Governor of that State whose
sympathies were strongly with the
Confederacy the commander of the
State troops, from which position lie
became a Confederate General. In
order to secure to himself his Chica
go proporty before leaving to join
tho Southern cause lie made n deed
of trust to his brother-in-law, Lieu
tenant Henry W. Kingsbury, United
States Army. This young olllcer,
who commanded n light battery of
tho Fifth Artillery at the battle of
Autictam, died in September, 18G2,
of wounds received in that action.
As he left no reconveyance of the
property or explanation of the trans
action, though the purport of it was
generally understood among the
near relatives and intimate friends,
General liuckncr after the war had
considerable dilllculty in regaining
his property, nnd in which he only
succeeded after a protracted law
suit. This Chicago property is worth
more than S,ri00,000. It came to
Gen. liuckncr as the estate of his
first wife, the daughter of the late
Major Julius J. IK Kingsbury, U.
S. A. How tho Major acquired a
large fortune is one of the strange
incidents of old army fionticr life.
Shortly after graduating in 1823 and
becoming a Lieutenant in tho Second
Infantry, he was assigned to duty
at Fort Dearborn, the site of which
is now that of the city of Chicago.
He acquired, through nn accidental
transaction, the title to a small
piece of ground outside of the Gov
ernment reservation. When he was
ordered to another station ho made
arrangements, on advantageous
terms, as he then deemed, to dispose
of it, but failed through not keeping
his appointment with the party in
tended to purchase. Kingsbury
was proverbial for his laziness ; was
never known of his own accord to be
on time or meet any specified en
gagement. It was a saying that if
he went anywhere to stay but a day,
if ho unpacked his trunk, it would
be weeks before he would get
away, lie wouiu put on irom ciay
to day making the ncec&sary
pieparations to leave and at last
only when ho was forced to it. This
procrastinating and lazy habit of his
finally was tho causo ofhis dismissal
from the army in 185C. He wen
on a leave of absence, over-staid lt
for several months and paid no at
tention whatever to tho repeated
orders of tho War Department to
rejoin his regiment. He Avas then a
Major in the Sixth Infantry. Tho
nutuoiitlcs annoyed bcyoud what
was deemed a proper enduranco
dropped him fiom tho service. Very
many attempts were made during
his army life to purchase from him
tho 'Chicago property, which each
year became moro valuable, but
they all failed, though several times
agreeing to sell, by his procastiun
tion in signing and acknowledging
tho deeds ; at one time it would bo
the distance ho would have to travel
from his military post to the olllco
of tljp Court oillcial boforo whom
tho instrument would have to bo ex
ecuted : at another time it would be
some other excuso of a trivial nat
ure, and, so, when he died, which
was hhortly after his dismissal, ho
was still in possession of the land
ho had acquired while a young Lieu
tenant at Fort Dearborn. His wifo
died before him, and there were but
two heirs to his estate his daugh
ter, the wife of Captain Buckner,
and his son, tho gallant young
officer, mortally wounded at Antic
tain. Tho laziness of Major Kings
bury was a more than a half million
fortune to his children.
General Grant and Buckuor after
tho war renewed their old army in
timacy, and in tho disastrous days
of tho Ferdinand Wnrd failure,
which reduced Grant to the verge
of absolute want, Buckner was one
of tho very first to tender pecuniary
assistance, piivatoly Inclosing a
check for 81,000 and requesting tho
ncceptaiico of it for the sake of auld
lnng syne. It would havo never
been known had not General Grant
himself feelingly alluded to it as
another proof that animosities had
ceased to exist between most of the
participants in tho Civil War. Gen
eral Buckner was ono of the pall
bearers at General Grant's funeral.
In New York City there nro said
to bo 8, COO families who receive
help from charitable associations
nnd the city,
iimitw'i"i' in i ii'iii ,nin'-ii'iMiirni'iinWr1i'iiiiii vnm" T-'yuh'tiimttKmVniWii'ifiSfinfi 8frMiisT
No. lfi. June 7.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, continuing -10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
Island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 82.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant Btreet,
A. M. Hewctt, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Olllce.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrlvo at Honolulu Irom San Francisco.
Zcalandia Juno 10
Australia Juno 28
Alamoda July 8
Australia July 20
Mariposa August 5
Australia August 23
Zcalandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 80
Au3tialin October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 15
Zenlnudia November 25
Australia December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 5
Zcalandia July 29
Australia August 2
Alameda August 2G
Australia August 30
Mariposa .'September 23
Australia September 27
Zcalandia .October 21
Australia '.October 25
Alameda November 18
Australia November 22
Mariposa December 1C
Australia December 20
Zcalandia (1888) January 13
onsen of both
retain 1875. 8eml for
lra I'amnhlet Nn '!.
lArldrmn. MAOMBTIO EL A ft
304 NORTH OIXTHBTKKE'
7Q BAO'MKNTO BT,. BAN FHANOraCO, CAt..
Fob. 28, '87.
and other classes of help
furnished promptly by
' J. E.BROWN & CO ,
13 tf 2S Merchant streot
SUPREME COURT lltli
ruptcy. Iu the mdttersjf
Lvons a bankrupt.
Order on petition of Bankrupt for dis
charge from debts.
Before tho Hon. Edward Prestou.
Upon reading and filing the petition
of Jacob Ljons, alleging that six
months have elapsed sinco ho was adju
dicated a bankrupt nnd praying for a
discharge from nil his debts lt'ls ordered
that Friday the seventeenth day of Juno
instant nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
thai day nt my Chamber's Allloluni
Honolulu be ami tho lame Is hereby
appointed for a hearing upon raid peti
tion, when nnd whcio all cicditor's who
have proved their claims against said
bankrupt, may appear nnd bhow cause.
If any they havo, why tho prayer of such
bankrupt, bhould not bo granted, nnd it
Is further ordered that notice bo given
by advertisement in the Daily Bulle
tin a newspaper printed nnd published
iu Honolulu far tuo weeks of the time
and place of such hearing, nnd that the
Clerk of the Supreme Court, mail notices
of the tlmo ana placo of such hearing to
all creditors who havo proved their
Witness my hnnd this second day of
'Justice Supreme Court.
Attest J. II. Heist.
2d Deputy Clerk. 5.1 12t
IN THE SUPREME COURT
of the Hawaiian JslamW. lu the
matter of AKAHAI (oh), of Onomeu,
Hilo Hawaii against whom a petition for
adjudication was filed on tlw 21st day of
March, 1837, in said Couit. Iu Bankrup
tcy. Before Hon. E. Preston,
The 25th day of May, 1887.
Upon reading the Bald petition, nnd
upon proof boforo mo taken, 1 do find
that tho said AKAHAI (cli), has become
n bankrupt within tho true intent
nnd meaning of thoActnpprnvcd on tho
2'Jih day of August, 1884, entitled "An
Act to regulute proceedings la Dank
ruptcy in the Uannllnu Islands."
And I do hereby declare and ndjudgo
him a banloupt accordingly.
And I do further outer that tho credl.
toro of the sild bankrupt como in mid
piove their debts bciore mich Jus
tice of the Supremo Court ns bhiill hu
sitting in Chumhu'4 nt Alllolnul Hale,
Honolulu, on the Kltlr day of June
1837, between tho hours of ten o'clock
ill tho fuicncou and noon of the
tald day, nnd elect one or nioro assignee.
or assignees of the hiiid bauluupt estate.
And that notice thereof bo published
in tho Daily Uuu.kiin, and Jfamiiiitn
Chinese Ncw nowepapors published in
Honolulu, in tho English and Chinese
And that tho bald bankrupt shall im
mediately illo with tho Clerk of this
Honornblo Court a schedule of his cred
itors nnd nssets, ns required by tho said
Act. E. PRESTO,
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest: William Fostek.
2d Deputy Clerk. 47 lOtmwf
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise iu tho Daily Bulletin,
M. wnJJLI f
' I'Wli II Mil
. -TiWtr-rmydirr nn i
FOURTH OF JULY
The following flno ussnrltnent of
ot Eastern Huutifiicluie,
Just received lu Hue goad 1 lion nt
A. M. HEWETT'S.
5 doz. 21b Colored Exhibition
S. S. ji
n do. 211) Puiachuttc S. S. do
2 iloz. 2lh Kolil'g Hockets (now)
r. doz. i!lb Rockets S. S. do
1!2 doz. lib Rockets S. S. do
20 doz. Jlb.Rockcts 8. 8. do
0 doz. 0 07. Rockets 8. 8. do
4 do.. 0 ball Steel Spangkd
colored and (now)
4 doz. Golden Showers (now)
4 do. 0-bnll Trl-colored Union
IS do. 12-lmll lnriia size
5 doz. 8.hallOimllcs
8!) doz 0-bnll Candles
It do. 4 ball Candles
1 doz. H.hnll Vertical Wheels,
G doz. ijlb Triangle Wheels,
2 do, lib largo (new)
JiATTEUIES OF COLORED
2 do. No. 1 Batterlesv extra line
II do. No. 1 Shells
2 dz. No. 2 Shells
4 do. No. 0 inrgo (extra)
1 'doz. colored (new)
Bogardus Cart Shells.
HOO colored (now) ln-luio,
Japanese day fireworks
1 doz. assoited (new and amusing)
1 do. 15 feet
1 doz. CO feet
JUalooiiH -vvltli liro -woi'ltH
1 do. 15 feet
2 only 30 feet
2 doz. all colors (huge)
0.000 full count
Red -wliitojuul llne luut
iiiT, -vitli Htar lieutliiiK"
C doz. size 1
5 doz. clo 2
5 doz. bizc it
5 do, eizc 5
5 doz. si .o 0
0 do, size P. 54
New Goods !
Mr. L. B. KERR
Hns received nnd opened up his New
Compiisinga large and well selected
Tronserings, Coatings, etc.
Suitable for the Season.
These goods wero selected in England
by Mr. Kerr personally, and nro guaran
teed to be of tho finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, having secured tho services
of a NEW CUTTER, ho is pro
pnrcd to lulfll orders with the utmost
23 Merchant St.
Open every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS 10. MrAIX,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
H. C. SHELDON
Has opened a
IN WAIEUKU, MAUI,
and is piopnied to build
Sugar Wagons, Improved stylo,
2-wliccl Dump Carls.
Gooseneck Sugar Wagons,
Buckboards( Brakos, Expresses,
Sugar Coolers, Juico Tanks, &c.
IIoi'ho SIiottiiiK u Miiccialty.
For tho convenience of tho public ho
will send a l.oy to Knhulul, Spreckcls.
vlllo and Pala on Tuesdays and Fridays;
and to Wuihco and Wnlknpu on Wed-
nesdays and Snturdnys. 48 2w
THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
JL most popular paper published,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho now and flno Al btcel Btcnmh)p
Of tho Oceanic SiennnhlpCompnny, will
bs due at lloiioln u tiom Sjduoy
nnd Auokluud on ' r about
July 1st, 1887,
And will leave for the above port with
mulls and passengers on or about Hint
For freight or passage, hnVing SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and line Al steel Btcaimhip
-9 I l! fl
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo nt Honolulu from Ban
Francisco on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will hnvo prompt dbpatch wllh
malls and pusscngcts for the above port'.
For freight or passage, having BU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
H7 WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
RYAN'S BOAT BULtiDmQ
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
At the lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted genuine, made of the pure
juice only and guarantee! to stand
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of years. Largo quantities ex
ported every year, by somo of tho lnrg
est commercial firms of this city, to dif
ferent parts of tho United Slates and
the German Empire.
MANUFACTURED AT TIIK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
aSstobllMlicil In isoo.
Prnctlcal Confectioner, Pastry
Hotel, bet. IVuunnu and 'ort
Both Telephones No. 74.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstrnct of Title
Furnished, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collection Agency. Mn. JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agoncy. M. P. MARCOS,
General Business Agoncy. No. 38 Mer
Hell Telcpliono 31H.
Carriages at all hours, dny and night.
Buddie Horses, Buggies, Wugoneltos uud
Village Carls wltn stylish and geutlo
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open ami Top Buggies,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telophono 32, or apply tu
miles & haym;v.
TFYOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X advertise it in the Daily Bulletin,
AM'I!!.uiJwCiAltwrui.ili!'.'"ii'''iL' ix J
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives and children will rejoice,
Having found the Sampler Cigar your cholco.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 Fint Street, 8.F,
For sale Everywhere.
Taliti LeioMe Dpi,
Telephone, 300. P. O. llox 400.
TH E BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure nnd made by steam, In
Itvland's Anti-Atmospheric Apparatus
with glass pumps. All copper dis
pensed with. Tho newest patent in
Crywtul Vnlvo Uottle
Only lu use for Tahiti Lemonade, Oreu
adino and Perfect Ginger Ale, at 75 cents
per dozen, delivered to any part of the
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for the celebrated plain dry
'So highly elllcacious for djspepRia, as
supplied to all the principal 1 milics in
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. B. M.'s
vtbscte of war.
lalniitl orders promptly attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,1867. 1509 ly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Heal
. Order loft at Office, with N. P. Bur
gess, 4 King Street, will bo promptly
uttended to. OOly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, in quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split,
Orders are hereby solicited and will
be delivered at any locality within tho
city limits. ,
TSo. 8 KING STREET.
Iloth Telephones, 187.
Health is Wealth !
Da. E. 0. WrsTs Nebve and Brain Twut.
Ment, H Ruarantcou tpeclbp for Hystorin, Wlzzi.
ncss. Convulsions. Vita, riorroua Neuralgia,
Ileauaoho. MerrousFroatration. caused by tlioueo
ot ntcohol or tobacco, WakefalnosB, Jtoiital l)e
prtuslon, Boftonlng of the lirain, rosultlna in In
Banity and lowting to uisery, decay and deal lit
l'romaturo Old Aro, llarrennesa, Loss of Power
in oiUior box. Involuntary Losses nnd Bponnatnr
rheca, cnuBod by ovcr-oiortion of the brain, self
abuss, or oTOr-indalReneo. Each box contains
ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes
for $5,00, sent by mail prepaid on receipt ot price.
WE OUAItAXTEK SIX BOXES
To euro any caso. With onch order reoelved by us
for six boxes, occompanied with $5X1, we will
com! tho purchosor our written Kuamntoo to ,rc
fund tbo money it tho treatment doos not offoot
a cure. (J uaruutoos Issued only by
noLLisTEn & co.
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Pj,p.U, blck HtAilwbijDtllfvlloD, Cwitlpfttloo or CMllvtn.ii,
ttt MUDot cur with Wut'l VrcrUbl Urtr Itlll, wbra lh dlrro
Hoot art itrlellf cooillt4 wltn. Tbty art portly vrgtutlt, aa4
otrtrrtU ta tit uUiftcUon, 6or Cotttd., Urft boit,,roo
Ulnlnf JO fllli.tJc.nti, IPtr ttl, if all dnuliu, Btwvt tf
toonUrMti and Imlutloni. Tb etnulQa Bitaufacturtd oolr bf
JOHN O, WEST CO, III 111 W, MtdlKi 6U, CUcafti.
Irtt trial paciayt ital b mall prtpalioa rtctlt(tf J ct&lltaapt
Ilolllatev Ss Co.,
Wliolesalo and Itetall Agent
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