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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 1, 1895.
Many suffer from mtIuii1 (IImm-iIits
of tliu liver anil htninnrh. Iiiiiiiii t Ick
itt the ltluod tend to poison tin vital
fluid. The failure of the orpine to
properly remove the wntu from Hie
system allows tin? genus of (lUea-e to
aecmmilate and not until the whole
syMcm Is affected do many realize that
impure hlooil Is the eauu of all their
trouhle. Mr. Sidney S. MnMcii of
Pleasant Valley, N. Y.", vlio-e icMlino
nlal letter follows, !m a well known
painter. Ills health was Impaired by
lead poison and gradually his whole
system heeamn affected. He resorted
to Jlood'i) Sarsaparilla and In It found
a puritler of (he blood and u restorer of
the liver and Kidneys (o natural net ion:
lu short, a good appetite and renewed
strength and igur )i:i. followed hi
taking Hood's Saraiariila. Iliad and
"Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Aug. 10, ISM.
"a I. Hood &Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Gentlemen: Iain a bouso painter by
trade and liavo been troubled with liver
complaint for about ten years. I have al
so h offered much from constipation, being
obliged to taku a cotliartlo every few days.
I havo used many different kinds of Tills
which gave mo only tomporary relief. In
tbo night I woutd wako up and my mouth
would bo so dry It would seem almost im
possible to get moisturo enough to wet H.
I had a great deal of troublo also In my
side under my short ribs. It would often
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
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large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture sP Hardware,
Bags, Bagging. Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLK AOEXTS FOR
a olden. Gate Flour,
Fort &c 0,-u.een. Streets
DtuitATt. i ... Pitt-icioua ' DAifiry I .A
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extend up my back under my
Mboulder ho severely I would bo
Obllgod to Stop Work,
and He Hat on my back to get relief. I
linil a Krcnt deal o( headacbo and my ap
petite was ery poor. In fact, for the last
year, I linvo been nil broken up. I havo
treated with six different doctors who
helped mo only for a Bliort time. Homo
said I had enlargement of the liver and
another that it was
Duo to Load Poison
and that I would hnvo to rIvo up the
pnlntlnc business. About tliu middlo of
April last I was obllgid to glvo up work
entirely for n week. I told my wife that I
waa discouraged and she finally persuaded
me to take Hood's Sartaparllla. I had
taken a great many different nudlclnes
and all hid failed, but I derided to mako
one more trial mid bought n bottlo of
Hood's Hnrsaparllla. Eeforo it had all
been taken 1 felt better and now, having
taken three bottles I hao no troublo with
my side. I am freo from constipation and
havo a good appetite. I w ork every day, and
Fool Llko a Now Man,
thanks to Hood's Sarsaparilla. I recom
mend it to all as one of the best tonics on
tbo market, and I intend to continue
taking it from time to time." Sidney 8.
Hood's Pills art- the best nfter-ilimur
pills, insist digestion, provcut constitution.
WITH SPOON AND CUP.
A Useful Table of Monsures to Hang
in the Kitchen.
The following measures of capa
city may bo found useful to haug in
th kitchen for Many reference:
Four evou teaspooufuls liquid ,
equal one. ovou tnhlospoonful. !
Three, oveu teaspoonfuls dry inn-,
torial equal ouo oven tahlcspoonful i
Sixteen tablo spoonfuls liquid '
equal one cupful.
Twelve tablespoonfuls dry ma-
terlal equal one cupful. ( .
Two cupful equal ouo pint.
Four cupfuls equal ouo quart.
Four cupfuls Hour equal one quart
or one pound.
Two cupfuls Rolid butter equal
Two cupfuls granulated sugar
equal one pound.
Two aud one-half cupfuls powder
ed sugar equal one pound.
Ouo pint milk or water equals one
Ouo dozen eggs should voigh ouo
and one-half pounds.
Skim milk is heavier than whole
milk aud cream is lighter than either,
while pure milk is ii percent heavier
The following tablo of proportions
is also valuable. Use:
One leaspuouful soda to one cup
Ouo teaspoonful soda to one pint
Throe spoonfuls baking-powder to
ono quart Hour.
Oue-balf cupful of yeast or to ono
quarter cake compressed yoast one
One teaspoonful extract to one
loaf plain cake.
One teaspoonful of salt to two
Ono teaspoonful salt to ono quart
Ouo scant cupful of liquid to two
full cups of Hour for bread.
Ouo scant cupful of liquid to two
full cups of Hour for bread.
Ono Bcant cupful of liquid to two
full cups of flour for mil (tins.
Ouo scant cupful of liquid to ono
full cup of Hour for batters.
Ono quart water to each pouud of
meat aud bono for soup stock.
Four poppercorns, four cloves,
ono teaspoouful mixed herbs for
each quart of water for soup stock.
It is often said of good cooks that
' "they nevor measure they guess."
Not bo. Long oxperienco has taught
them to measure, aud measuro ao
I curately, bj meaus of that same
experience and judgment. This,
however, is a most risky experiment
for beginners, whose pinions aro still
insufficiently furnished with plum
age for independent aerial naviga
tion. A Whimsical Experiment.
Akbar, ouo of tbo first of tho urcat
moguls who ruled India, has boon
named tho Asiatic Charlemagne. He
was a statesman and an educator,
and built a palace for tho reception
of men who loved learning and
sought after wisdom. Tho great
mogul's passion for knowledge is
said to have been shown by a whim
sical experiment ho once made to do
tormino if it was true, as ho had
heard, that Hebrew was tho natural
language of all who had never been
taught any other tonguo. To test
this assertion Abkar caused a dozen
nursing children to bo shut up in a
castle six leagues from Agra, his
capital city. Each child was reared
by a dumb nurse; the porter also was
a mute, aud ho was forbiddeu, upon
paiu of death, to open the gates of
tho castle. When tho children were
12 years of ago Abkar ordered them
to bo brought before him. Men
learned in Sansorit, in Arabic, in
Persian, and in Hebrew were assem
bled at tho royal palace to tell what
lauguago the children spoke. Akbar.
seated on his throne and surrounded
by those linguists, ordered tho chil
dren to be brought iu. Each child
was addressed, and to tho surprise
of tho assembly, evoryono answered
by a sign. Not a child could spoak
a word. They had all learned from
their nurses to express themselves
by gestures! Youth') Companion.
A Onso of Misplaced Ooofldonco.
"Ono of tho most remarkable cases
of faith I lmvo ever soon." said a
I well known physician recently, "oo-
cumd when I was a student in Phil-
adolphia. I had a pationt, an Irish
nian, who had a broken leg. When '
tho plaster bandage was removed
aud a lighter ouo put iu its place,
1 noticed that one of tho pins wont ,
in with great diflluulty aud I could
not understand it. A weolc after
( ward iu removing tho riu I found '
that it had stuck hard aud fast aud
I was forced to remove it with for
ceps. What was my astonishment
on making an examination to find
that the pin had been run through
thu skin twice instead of through
'"Why, Pat,' slid 1, 'didn't you
know that pin was sticking iu youl"
'"To bo shuro I did,' replied Pat,
'but I thought you kuowed your
business and so I hilt my tonguo.'"
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These ( 'orsets are made in i
style to lit and suit everyhody
and their purses. J
They are in t'orty-siven i
different styles and range in
price from $1 to 5 per pair.
Ahlc to hoc tho Extra Long
, Waist SoNs-hTTK for $2.25.
They can't he heaten.
If you can't get Corsets
lonjr enoumi, remeniuer vou
can get the Sonnette with j
SIX HOOKS. I
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Gl y Howes, Seaside Honses, Penlo olar
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At Special Kites. Furnished or Cnfur-
Building Lois on Long Lease
In DeMrablo Locution at WAIKIKI.
A Hotel on Nunann Avenue
Information furnlaliud and hotma
opened for Inspection at any time.
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, A Yery Convenient New Cottage
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with all modern Improvements Bur
van's' Itooin. Carriage House,
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W For pirtlculars, liniulreontliiiri
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Accountant, Collector and Copyist.
OHIce Mi Port St. -Wk HT Telephone 140.
T- The Collection of lovemment Hllla
u speuinlty. l'J75-tf
Ordrr Uft 111 tlr Vt!U 0rrtrw
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pcoinptlM t1ni(1d id,
Uotti Telaplionoa 16,
Are Receiving New Invoice if
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Rend tho following partlnl list of spec
ialties mid gut the Bui.i.ktin'h prices be
fore placing your orders. Hy to doing
you will savu both time and money.
UilU of leading,
Rccoipts of till kinds,
Prog rum m e,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes fc Letter Circulars,
.Sporting Scores A Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Etc., Kto., Etc., Etc.,
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VST No Job Is allowed to leave the of
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