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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 2, 1893.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trado on the most liberal terms their
large ntid varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
"TRAMP" PAUL JONES.
Ho Makes Money In Qeattlo by Sell
Tho identity of Paul .font", tho
arouud-the-world Imhip who is tnnk-
tug mony by traveling instead of
spending it, was discovered to-day
in tbis city, says a Seattle despatch
of January 17. His real name is E.
0. 1'fuiuur, nuil ho graduated from
Harvard College witb tho class o(
.1889. Ho worked hit way through
college, his parent being poor resi
B00t8 and Shoes, Hats. Mmwfo, dents of Portsmouth. Mass, and ho
i 1..M.:,.,, C,lll,.,.,r Vt Vtn I.Hi. was considered by all bis flatmates
lothlllg, bHddlory, .tc, JitC, l!itc. n,,jtlg eccentric although bright.
Ho rowed No. 0 in tho Harvard Var
sity crow iu ies-8S ana was con
fide red tho moxt powerful oar in tho
row. Iu 1885) ho was elected captain
of tli ii crew, but did not row iu tbo
aco. In both tho races ho rowed
his crow was beaten.
To day Joi.es was employed by a
wollknowu dry goods heue, where
ho sold cake of soap with a photo
graph of himself in his paper suit
for 7 cents. Ho paraded up and
down in tho iutenor of tho store
dressed iu tho paper suit, and when
a croud would omo in ho would
say: "13uy a calto of soap aud a
picture; I ouly come around ouco in
a hundred years." Croud llockod
round tho storo during the entire
time ho was thnre.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Furniture $P Hardware.
Building Material, Crockery and Glass-
Groceries, Wines, hiquiM, Kite., Ktc.
SOl.K AlSKNTS FOK
Oolden Gate Flour,
Iicy to announce to their nnmcrous'patrons the
arrival of Xcw Goon's, such as Caned Oak Bed
room Sets, Rattan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the.
very laltst designs; Dining lioom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Fort &c Q,ixeexx Streets
ROBBER STAMPS !
Popular approval goes fr
j toward establishing the stand-
BROWN & KUBEY,
WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS
Goo! sold on Weekly or Monthly
4 Masonic Temple, Alike Street
HONOLULU, . H. I.
N01' MUNITIONS OF WAH.
Nothing But Empty J'holla and a
Few Shot Uartridcoj.
Au item obtained din-et from po
lico sources in yeMerday'a papor did
an injustice to W&llic Dav'n. It said
that 1800 rounds of rillo aud shotgun
cartridges were found underneath a
houto occunied br him on a little
ltlg Ot a IJllSllieSS llOUPO 111 tiny islaml in the harbor. 'Ilio ollicers
j i ii i -ii doubtless without malice but caro-
i community, and the good-will k,ssly 8aW caitcidge when the find
I and patronage we have had consisted mostly of unpty shells,
i i j, . . i There woro a few shotgun cartridges
. during the lat forty years in- iu tho lot iuteuded for plover, which
dtcate, not only that we have Mr. Davis thought it not worth while
I ' J , giving up to tho police when ho scut
.the I'Ol'ULAlt Al'PJtOVAI., but his guu in. Mr. Davis says ho has
that those who hnvo dealt
with us have been eminently
. satisfied with their trnnsac-
We attract and retain pat
ronage more by the fxcel-
ILKXOK OK QUALITIES shown
I and our kkasonahle rmcES
than by preposterous claims
never meddled in politics aud natur
ally does not like) to bo placed under
tho imputation of concealing rebel
ammunition This correction is
made with pleasure.
Wise and Otherwise.
"Bwu, -ViS . -.TWIiKPMOMflS Mr-it m. H45
Pioneer Furniture House
One Georgia girl has refused to
marry au English lord becaueo be
called tho marriage altar a marriage
halter. Atlanta Journal.
Conductor: "How old are you, - - -
little cirlt" Little Girl: "If tho'i n.j i r . . t . i r .-..--i rii.-l. I
-ot ,cim,g' goo.is b.t, sms&fc.iMi "mi uesigos i Largest huge i
(jt(!p tics." Vogue,
it vj J nr -i. .. ..... :,i Smallwort: "I hear that Mrs
iionuay " v ii:at u- vc uuu aaiu Lpn,0 is Kolu,, t California. 1 won-
Our stock of
Goods are now ready lor , before that when you pay lens tlJ"r ' '" climate will agree with
Vr , . , ., , .. her!" Ford: "It will if it knows
inspection at our xNCWiur guuus man we aaic lor
btorc (Wenner's old them you get an inferior
stund) on Fort Street. ' quality.
A carefully selected stock While we carry a htock of
of Jewelry bought with i dry goods that is complete in
an eye on the Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
P. 0. Box 287.
r.-isi. M,nd corri
. f M. UO'JK
THK KIN EST BRANU.s iff
Cigars and Tobacco
tLWAlS ON BAND.
J JNTOIVTIEI. Prop,
every sense, from the lowest
priced goods to the most
luxurious made, we make a
specialty of the highest grade,
and exclusive designs of the
most recent and accepted
I styles. '
I Jt is worth your while al
1 v ays in making purchases to
look at our stock bet ore de
ciding. If we have what you
want you will certainly buy it,
if quality and price arc any
This week Ladies' Under
wear in connection with our
general stock will receive con
siderable attention ; it is our
intention to make a run of
them and as the stock is an
over large one, first buyers
will have first choice.
M. T. DONNE LL
its business. Cincinnati Tribuw
First tramp: "Are you in favor
of the income tax!" Second tramp:
"You bet I am. I go further'u that.
I'm iu favor of givin' every mau an
income to bo taxed." Jhtroit Free
Jagwell: "You can't got tho truth
out of a woman when you ask her
how old she is." Wigwag: "Oh,
yes, you can. She usually tells you
It'H none of your business." Phila
"Aro you interested iu golf, Mrs.
Jennings!" asked young Simpkins,
after racking his brains Tor some
time for something to say. "I'm not
familiar with his works at all," re
plied tho old lady. "What has ho
Yrrittenl" Harper's Bazaar.
"Here, don't bo a hog." protested
Everett Wrest, who thought his
coiupauiou was holding on to tho
cau a little too long. "I an't uo
hog," explained Dismal Dawson.
"A hog do know when ho has enough,
all reports to tho contrary notwith
standing, but when I've got enough
I don't know nothing at all." Cin
-HID OAK. HKDKOOM bETri,
OPAH. I.OUN0K8, WAKDllOBES,
MIKROUS MOULDINGS, KTO.. ET(3.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
for Koll itt -Mi Yurrts. tVlMO.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mumat 76
SuecHSsorn to 0. K. Wllllniit.
609 AND 611 KING STREET
B. P. EIILKBS & CO.
New Patented Poi Strainer
In a recent editorial the Salem,
Oregon, Independent says: ''Timo
, and agaiu have wo seen Chamber-
Iain's Cough Remedy tried aud never
i without the most satisfactory re
I suits. Whenever we see a person
I alllicted with horsoness, with a cough
or cold, we invariably advise them
I to got Chamberlain's Cough Remo
j dy; and when they do, they never
1 regrot it. It always does tho work,
and doe.i it well." For sale by Ben
son, Smith Si Co., Agents for the
i Hawaiian Islands.
All Orders or Communications
addressed to K. 0. Hall ft. Bon, LAI.,
iwlio have them on sale), or to M. T.
)ounell, will receive prompt attention.
THE UNDEItSIGNED OKFEUS A
reward ol $ l!M to uny one giving In
formation that will lead to tho conviction
oi the person who stole a Diamond King
from his premises on Thursday last.
X2U-U MILLA11D V. OKANDALL.
C. 23,. COXjX-XIfcTS,
The Point Defiance Btreot railway
Dxaniinal Pawniann mi,,M i in xaconin wnsu,j nas ueen som to
Practical Carriage Trimmer . s. Zi Mitchell of Portland for &2,-
OUU. Crouitors ot the railway are
besieging the courts to have tho
money distributed among them.
(lias no connection with any car-
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fender, Dashes, Briirm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship ot the Best.
I use First-clans Mnterlal ot my own Im
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds ol
Workshop 210 King Btreet near Maunakea.
V. 0. Box m
A largo assortment
has just been re
ceived per "IX. 1
Kichet" and "0. D.
Bryant," and more
to airivo per "Transit."
Every variety, stylo
and prico in tho
Furnitiiro line. Tho
best and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
Tho Methodist Churuh. north and
I south, in tho United States last year
' innrnacwl Wo inn mint runt ti lit? nrnr
MWSUUOV VU UIWU ut MI W I u
500,000, according to tho Califo
Daily DulUtin 50 centt per month.
3rop:p 8o CO.,
No 74 King: Street.