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MR,. I-Jl. JT. 3.-.A.3RT,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
lias returno I from San Fraur hco, pu 1 having
Secured the services of n First-Class Pastry Coolc,
which enable tho "Elite," more than ever, to make a
Superior quality of all kinds of lec Creaui, Sherbets,
Water Ices, &c.
Our Fancy Oaken nre the l'ridc of Honolulu,
And we bake ovcry dny Lady Fingers, Macaroons, Drop Cnkc, Coco Dlp, and
many other kinds too numerous to mention.
Sponge, Fonnd, Fruit null Jelly Cake always on linnd,
or made to order on short notice, In any style.
A line lino of Choice Candle always in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public la InUtcd to Inspect our stock and store, which is now In flno order.
The Elite Ice Crcum Parlors,
IIAltT & STEINEH, 1'ioprlctors,
Mutual Tele. I3SS J-Opcn daily until 11 p. ni.-Ya Hell Tele. 10.
Telephone Uoth Companies 'J tO.
-o6r A complete Hue of vjBao-
STAPLE AND FANCY GKOCEKIEs,
Fresh GoodB on Ice by each arrival of the O. S. B. Go's Slcnmcis. Goods delivered
to nil parts of Hoiiolulu.
Island order solicited and packed s 1th care, and shipped to any part of the Kingdom
JflflH ITT, 1. I Mm Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Molt.)
New Goods for the Holidays'. Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs,
oxiA.Tvra3LiEJK,fe!; and XjlAJmtjps
From the very be3 makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete tettoclc oi GoocIh in Evor.v J-iue.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
Book and General Print
Executed tvitli iieninosH and dispatch,
P. 0. Uox 207.
"Who is Mother Seiqeli ?
She Is a lady who, by the merest nccl.
dent, ha9 mndo a mot vuliiablo dleow
cry, end she U creating tlio widest rn
ihu lam all over the country, and cery
bod) U talking about her unit asking
WHAT IS MOTHER SEIQEL'O REPU
TATION? and shy tells them to lead the thousands
oil iter, H.ini tnl ig llko the following
irom Mr Porklnxi
A WONIJEIIFUI. lESTIM"NtL.
"Giove Pi ariiimy, Kaling, W,
"Your medicine mtit be the mi sL
wonderful, for dmliiu my experience of
more than twemy yonrs, I noor know
uny proprietary or pitcn medltjno In
such universal favoi and demand. It is
tlmply extraordinary, and if 1 were to
sernl jou an acconnt of cveiy statement
made to mo In its favor, you would hnyo
to publish a separate book to contain
my testimonials nlono.
(Signed) "Thomas J. I'ehkin's"
And then pcoplo ask
What does Mother beigel do?
OIVES IIJ'.MKK A O.NCC.
"19, BlcomileldMoad, I'lumatoad,
"Jan. 7, 18b5.
"I find tho salo of jour meitlclne In.
cicasts ecry yea, and cvcrjoiio tpc-nks
well of them that tries them. I know a
lady that attended the Tomato llut-phal
in Soho-squaro for some months, with
pnlns in back uud, side and bilious, and
could take no food, but ot no beuctlt
from any of tlio medicines they gavo
her. ll'.'forp she had taken nl tho con
tents of oiin bottlo of your Syrup she
felt xdief and is now nolle well,
(Signed) "W, K. Daklu."
i in: r.i rr.cT was jr.un nr.i.ous.
"Medical Hall, 13angor, .Tau. 5, 168.).
"1 heur jcopio constantly sneaking
cry highly of Seigcl'a Syrup. There is
a case pf n young married lady In An
glesey who had been suflcrlng from
btom.ich asthma for a long period, who
had consulted f omc of the best j.lty si.
cians of the day, but without dcrhing
any bencllt. She was daily getting
worse, but at last a friend persuaded
bet to try Stlgcl's Syrup. She procured
a bottle, and the olkct was mancllous;
slio rapidly improved, and now sha is
as strong and healthy as ever she has
(Signed) "II. Llovd-Jonus."
What is mother seigeIj good
jjors :ot hi iToitu tiu: dk u, hut SA ks
3Ir. J. W. Savii.l. of Dunmow, J3so,
writes September lS-'l; "I intioduccd
your medicines into Dniimow almost as
coon ns they were brought out in Lon
don. f bold in n short time eighteen
pounds' Aqtth, I hap kuown many
grand cases of permanent cures; and, as
yet, no case af failuic. Nothwlthstand
ing many compctltois, Mother Sclgcl's
Syrup holds its own ciotind. 1 believe
it a good medicine it w ill not restore
the dead to life, but appears to save
the living from dying."
A CASE 01' GIlAKti COltlHJ.
"Feltham, Jan. 0, 18S3.
"It Ins always given me pleasure to
recommend your medicines to my custo
mers, and the results of their u$c Jiavc
inuirlably been most satisfactory. I
could furnish you many testimonials.
One case just now occurs to my mind,
A constable of tho police force of Toot
ing, S. V., where I for many years had
a shop, was a p itlent of mine, sulicring
fiomab.ul attack of gravel- Ho was
persuaded to try 'Mother Siegel's Sj I up.'
llo puichascd a bottle at my shop, and
by the time ho lmd taken half ot it ho
reported i(imself to me as quito cuicd.
The effect was simply liilraculouv.
(Signed) "J. D. FLOiiANon."
IS MO'IHER SHIGEli EEIjIABLE?
"Wo'ild resccctable chemists write like
tho following if not?
A SlIUOlOAIi OI'EHATION AVI.ltri.D,
"Ticehurst, Dee., 1881.
Mi. 12UWA1H) Cohke, Chemist, wiilcs:
"Youi medicine maintains a steady sale
In this distiict, and is well established
m general fa or. I Know i,n old man,
over seventy, who some three or four
years ago was advised to submit to tho
opciation foi stone. Ho oortalnly was
sullo ing fiom omc distressing sjinp.
toms, and eould tcaiccly walk. Instead
of taking that advice ho tiled Siegel's
Syiup, with tho result that after ono
bottle, ho could walk about fairly well,
and, having taken three oi four S3. Od.
bottles, he was completely cured. Ho
is still about, halo and hearty for his
years. If any f tlio symptoms of tho
old troublo como on, ho takys a few
doses of the Syrup, and ull Is well
What people say about
Mother beigel. .
AN KXrnniENCK Ol' FORTY YEAltS,
"Cosham, Hants, Jad. 2, 1B35.
"My customers, ocrawide country
district, aio not ovy demonstrative, anil
I have no written testimonials to send 1
l'utvetbal admiration of your medicine
is in the ascendant, and my c.xpcricnco
of f 01 ty years' assures mo that no pre
paration has so rapidly acquit cd a pop
ularity, and so Ilrmly malutaiut its iepu.
tntiou as Mother Soigcl' Syrup.
3 (Signed) "Thomas J I. Uki:u."
Tho Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Kcop constantly on hand for salu
Steam Family and Blacktrnith Cca
and a geuoral assortment of
m, Bar Iron.
V" felM'. o
-Ju 3n) Hiiau
MONDAY. JUNE 20, 1887.
A BLEACHED NECI1ESS.
Nora Drown, who lives in Austin,
cntno hero n few days ago to look
nftcr the effects of her daughter
Mollie, who was shot nntl killed by
a negro, Andrew Boutuller, nbotlt
six weeks ngo. Nora was for years
a servant in tho lumily of Col. John
S. Foul, a character celebrated in
Texas history as Rip Ford. Hu
knows tho woman intimately and,
vouches for tho correctness of each
detail in hpr remarkable story.
Seven years ago she was of a very
dark African typo, Her father was
a pnro African. Sevon years ngo
she noticed that the skin at tho baso
of each thumb had untlcrgono a
clmngo, twomlnutonhlto spots np
'pcarlng. The spots spread, and,
running around her wrists, started
up her arm. Becoming alarmed,
she saw a physician, who could d,o
nothing for hor, The march of
whito to the shoulders was vory
rapid, but whon it reached tlio body
its progress becamo slowor. It kept
011, however, in some degree, spread
ing both upward and downward.
Long before it jiad leached her
lower extremities her nccc, cars ami
face had become whito. li lias taken
seven yeais to complelo tho mcta
mprphosis, but it ias about ended.
Tlio tips of her fingers aro still dark,
and sho is black under the arms,
and there is a daik lino around the
neck. These nic the sole reminders
of her Ethiopian skin. Her hair
has, of cousc, remained as it once
was, and she keeps it closely covered
-always. It is of the genuino negro
texture, short, black anil kinked
closely to her head. It is bocoming
grilled, in places, Nora is forty
yoars of ago and weighs 210 pounds,
and has never kuown a day's sick
ness. She snj's that at no time dur
ing hor liuuveloiis ohango did elie
expeilonco any Inconvenience be
yond a slight irritation. Sho has
given birth to eleven children by a
negro father, and each of them Js
black;. One of tho most remarkable
things about the case is its complete
ness. Physicians hero know nothing
liko it. It is not lcucoirhesis or
milk skin, n raro disease among
negroes, nor is it albinism, strictly a
congenital affair. Her skin is noi
only white, but plear. Sho has a
thoroughly healthy appeal ance, and
her cheeks arc rosy. San Antonio,
Texas, dispatcli to Washington btnr.
A PERILOUS POSITION.
Sunday's bull light at tlio Colon
ring, while perhaps not a grand suc
cess from a conuoisscuis' stand
point, took immensely with the au
dience, which is, after all, what the
managers aim at rather than "artis
tic" success. All the bulls fought
rcmaikably well and thoro were any
number of hair-breadth oscapos. hi
onco instanco a picador, whoso
horso was held fast, by one of tho
horns of a paiticulaily vicious bull,
slid down between the horns of the
ugly bruto, resting his head against
tho bull's foichead and holding on
for dear life. Things took on a
very exciting look at this stage;
the bull entangling himself from the
horse did his best to gore tlio fool
hardy picador, who, liqwcver, was
comparatively safo as long as ho
could retain his hold on the hoi ns;
another picador was mounted on tho
bull's back ; espadns, banderiileros,
capas and mo.os wore gathered,
around the infuriated, beast, somo
twisting his tail, others throwing
their capas in his face, others again
endeavoring to throw him by pull
ing his legs from under him, and tho
bull in the mean while intent only
on killing the man who was hanging
on his horns, was making tlio most
vicious thrusts, but succeeded only
in driving his horns into tho ground
on cither &ido of tlio picador.
Finally by a combined effort of tlio
company the bull was thrown and
the picador could let go his danger
ous hold. Ho got up amid the most
frautic shouts of approval from tho
audience, who rained a perfect
shower of silver quarters, halves
ant dollars on liim to rewaid Ins
intrepidity. Two Itepublles, City
of Mexico, May 0.
RENOVATION OF BAPTISMAL VOW.
At thrco o'clock yesteiday aftoi
noon, tlio young peoplo who bod
taken their liist communion in tlio
morning, at tlio Itonian Catbolio
Catliedinl, piesonted thonisolve.s for
tlio lonewal of their baptismal vow.
Tho Jlisliop iiddrcsscd tJicin upon
tlio meaning of tlio ooiomony, o.v
plaining that tlio vows which thoy
juul takon in infancy by their god
fathois and god-motliois, thoy woto
now to renow and tako upon thom
bclvos pcisonally. After tlio addioss,
tlio chililien weio iiunngod in a lino,
and wliilo kneeling, ono of their num
ber ropeated, in n clear, loud, and
distinct oieo tho baptismal vow.
Each 0110 tlion maicbed forwaul in
dividually, and placed bis hand on
tlio Tlo-ok pf tlio flospcl, saying, "I
loiiouuco saian, and lirs woiksand
pomps, and attach mybclf to .lesus
Christ for ever. So help mo flod
and His Holy Clospcd." Tho Ilcno
diction of tho Holy Saci anient fol
lowed. Tho ontiio ceiomony was ox
tromcly intoiosting and impressive
Tho winging by tho oldor giils of tlio
Sister's school, was vory good, oven
bottor than in tho morning.
A papal rescript has been Issued,
ordering high mass and To deuin to
bo sung in all tho Catholic Churches
of England in honor of the Queen's
FOURTH OF JULY
The following flno as'Oitmonl of
Just received in line coadlllon nt
A. M. HEWETT'S.
C (I07. 21b Colored Exhibition
fl do7. 21b ParachUlto S. S. do
2 do7. 21b Fold'g llocket? (new)
5 doz.SlbHockotsS. S do
13 doz. Hbllicl.otsS. S. do
30 do. Jlb IloeUcts S. S.do
U (107. u oz. KocKels H. B.jlo
ItO.11 AX CANDLES,
4 dcz. 0 ball Steel StmngUd
colored and (now)
A doz, Golden Showers (new)
1 doz. C-billTri-coloied Union
10 no. I2.ball jugqslza
.do?. ,1-lnll Oiiulloa
30 do Cball 0 indies
11 do. 4 ball OjihUcs
1 doz.H.lmll Vertlpal Wheels,
5 doz, if lb Tilanglq "Wheels,
2 doz. lib ljigo(new)
NA'i'TF.KSr.M ur OLOKC:i
2 do. No. 1 IJjlteiks, extra flue
i do. No. 1 Shells
2 dnz. No. 2 Shells
1 do?. No, 0 largo (extra)
1 doit, oolond (new)
Bogardus Cart Shells.
!0J eolered (new) lu.boio,
Japanese day fireworks
1 djz. a'toitcd (now mid amusing)
1 doz. 15 feet
1 doz. 0 feet
IJIllppilft V'ltll i il0 Vt'Ol'lCM
1 doz, IB f ict
2 only OT leet
2 do. all color (luge)
OOOO full count
JLel -vliito mid blue bunt
iiiff, -with Hlfii enllttr
75 yaids '
5 doz lzc 1
S doz slc 3
5 do. bize:l
5 do, size 5
C dn, size 0
0 doz. size ('. Ot
T YOU FIND ANYTHING,
i. adertio it in the Dam y Uuli.i.tin
and other clifeses of help
furnished promptly by
, J.E.BROWN & CO,
43 tt 28 Merchant street
H. O. SHELDON
lias opened a
IN WAILUKU, MAUI,
and is prepared to build
Sugar Wagons, improved stylo,
2-whccl Dump Carts.
Goosonock Sugar Wagons,
Buckboards, Braltos, Expresses,
Sugar Coolers, Julco Tanks, &c.
Uoihc Shoving a Specialty.
1'ortho convenience of the public he
will send a Loy to Kahului, SpieckcK.
lllo and Pala on Tuesdayn and Fridays;
and to AVaihco and Wulkapu on Wed.
iiefdajs and Satuidijs. 3 2w
Open eyory afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
TnOMAS 13. AVALL,
1C01 1'ioprlctor. lr
Taro Flour Factory,
Will nsaln I'oiiiiui'iiro nperntloiiH on
TliiiiHituy, .liny itttth,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
With now and Improved machinery
and other apparatus, tlio present mana.
ger guarantees to supply Turo Flour that
wil mako a better clius of poi than ever
All orders to bo s'nt to V. II. Cum
mini", Manager, at tho Fac'ory, Wal.
luku, Maul, or to Vf, Q. Irwin & Co ,
Agent;, Honolulu. 41 lm
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
A. ndvertiso iu the pxivt Uullbtin,
ADsti'aliafl Mail Service.
FK SAN FKAKC'ISCO,
Tho now mm flic Al tied steamship
Of the Oceanic Stenimhip Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sjdnoy
and Aiiokbind on 1 about
July 1st, 1887,
And will have for th'iibocport with
iiiiilli n.id piii-scngeis on or aimut that
For freight or passage, havinc SU
l'EHIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and flno Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due nt Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
July 8th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dbpatch with
mails and patsongcis fur 1 lieu bove port'.
For freight or papsago, havinc bU
PCHIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
. M R3
J? " CO
9 w 2
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDINa
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
Continental and Colonial
30 Rue de Dunkerqu3, -. - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of Fiencti, Belgian,
Suls--, Qerman, ami English Goods, at
tlu best Manufacturers' Lowest Price.
Commission, Two and a Half per cent.
All Tiadc and Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Iuvolces forwarded
llcralttnnccs, through a London or
Paris Banker, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, dhect to tho
Tho Agency Represents, Buys, and
SelU, f r Home and Coloninl Fiims.
Pleco Hoods, Cashmeres, Cambric,
Silks, Velveth, Lawn?, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Ulovcs,
Fringes, Parasols, Haberdashery,
Gold and bllvcr Lace,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
Boots and Shoes, Glats, and
China.waro, Circles, Watches,
Jewollry, Fanny Goods.
Electro-plate, Musical Instruments,
Fan, Ecclesiastical and
Optical Goods. Mirrors, Tojb.
Perfumeiy, Wines, &c ,
Oilman's Stores, Book, Artistic
Chromos, Alncbinery. &c, &c,
130 ly S
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Hecoids Searched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, and Conveyances
Drawn on short noiice.
Collodion Agency. Mn. JQUN" GOOD,
Jit , Auihorlzcd Cqllcptor.
Eniploymenl Agency. Mil. F. MARCOS,
B eciiil Agent.
Gonoral Business Agoncy. No. US Mcr.
llcll Tolopliouo a IH, P. . Ilox 415.
Oanlngcs at nil hours, dny and night.
Faddle Hones, Buggies, Wngoncttss and
Villago Cirfs wltu stylish and gontlo
horses to let.
A fow Horso?, guaranteed. Becor.d
hand .Hacks, Opeu and Top Buggies,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Rlug up Telophono 82, or apply to
MILES & IIAYL1.Y.
TFYOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X advertise it la tho Daily Bulletin,
n Wiry ta MrSTr"!
y.r . .V -v
?r-g, ' v. jwteg -.
LEADS THEM ALL 1
Your wives and children, will rcfolce,
Having found the Sampler Cigar your choice
ENOELBBEGHT, SON & CO.
21 First Street, B. F, 8a
For sale Everywhere.
Taliti Lemonafle Depot,
Telephone, 300. 1. O. Box 400.'
THE BES'T AERATED WATERS
Thoioughly pure and mado byuain,Tnv.
Klauu!s Antl-Atmofpliuric Ajparatus
with glass pumps. All copper ills
punted with. Tho newest intent iu
Crystal Volvo UottlcH
Only In Use lor Tahiti Lemonade, Ureu
ndinu anil PciftctGlnger Ale, hi ToccnU
pur iloeu, dcliveicil lu auv part of lh
city. And UodilV Pateui Gluts Stoppers,
for the celebrated pi nn dry
So highly cftlcacious for dyspepsia, ns
supplied to ull tlio principal 1 .milics in
llono.ulu, and exclusively to II. B. Al'
vessel, ot war.
Island orders promptly attended to
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,18 7. ICOOly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cako Meal
Order loft at Office, with ft. F, Biu.
gess, el King Street, will lopromrtly
attended to. 69ly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, in quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newoastle Coal
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split
Orders ore hereby solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within the
No. 8 KING STREET.
Both Telephones, 187. Ci
Health is Wealth !
Dn. E. 0. West's Nerve and Hkaik Tiivat
vent, a guaranteed BiocIfi" (or IIjulcTin, Dlzzi.
ness. Convulsions. JTits, ilcrroua Neuralein,
Hoicmcho, Nervous Prostration, caused liytliunso
of ulcoliol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Montal l)o
lirossion, Softonlnc of tho liraln, rosaltins in in.
sanity and leading to mlsory, decay and death!
l'remnturo Old Age, Barrenness, Loea of l'owor
in olthor box. Involuntary Losses and Bpormutor
rhoca, caused byoyer-ezertion of tho bruin, Btlf.
abuse, or oyor-luuulgouco. Kach box oontaiua.
ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box. or bIx boxes,
for $3.eo, eent by mall prepaid on receipt of price..
WE OUAItANTEE SIX BOXES
To euro any case. With each order received by tt
for six boxes, accompaniod with $3.00. wa will
sond tho purchaser our written iruarautto.re-,
fund tho money if tho treatment does, not ciloct,
u euro. Guarantoos issued only by
ITOT-ajTeTOTCTt. Jtr CO.
WE will tf lit ttavt rt wrd for toy tM ef Uf Caoplttol.
r7l(tpU, Sick ll.ulMhi.IoillMlloB, CoBlUrttoa 0, OMtlrMMt
t iul cur. with Wtil't tgiUMa Llnr 1111. Ua lb. dim.
Uoli sr llrlctly compllccl with. Tity f putcly vttUtU, ana i
Bivtrall t girt utliftcthn. flaftr Cot.tt4. lirgi Uiri,cDa
t-Joli SO pills, SI cetti. far ul. by ill drol.n. Biwik o(.
lAHBUrfaltl tnd IxalUtloAi. Ta cmuIm Biaauiictund voir bf .
101m o. wu: co.,isi 4 mi w, u.duoii el, ciki,
(tM UU1 (KUI HBl bjr buU picfUiou reel, lc( J C.LllUHP.,
Ilolllstcr & Co.,
SO Cm WholcEalo and llctnll Ageutc-
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