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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAHOU 22, 1893,
X3fel.IC.ATt-. I . OUZOV! ' f DAIAiTV I f
Stop That Cough!
" in muni iiii i
HOLLISTER DRUG CO,
5S3 Fort. Street.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
Just Received per Bark "0. D. Bryant''
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to Bclcct from. Prices are a clincher
FROM SS5 OO TJTF.
Also a l'ln Irt of CHIFKONIKUS of tho Latest Designs and Patterns.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er Roll of 40' Yards, $12.00.
A.nd a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
tar TSLEFKCOiST B3 178 "
Successors to 0. E. Williams.
09 AND 611 KING 8TREET.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
It ia the
KOH BALE BY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
If your subscription has expired now
(i n good lime to renni il.
r. c. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
NO. -168 K0KT STllEET.
l uv aarnu oi various oir.es jor Jtem
by the Month or Yesr.
Uu VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until 1 r. m. except on Saturdays, when
they will be closed-at 2:30 r. u.
WuWE Huy and Sell F rst-class
8IO0KB and 1)'NDS snd make ad
vnnies on fame.
ALL PERSONS HAVING W1ELAND
Peer y cca in tholr poMesslon will
ol Jee the nnderslgucd by Information in
regard t' game.
0. J. MrOAKTHY,
12S7-1W Criterion Saloon
, MORE ABOUT THE NEW WOMAN.
What May Occur if Bho Remnlns in
Permanent Rivnlry of Mnn.
If tho human rare is to endtmt
a"d It civilization is to advance tlm
relations between the sexes must i o
permanently b relations of riva ry.
j Men and womou wore not made to
1 struggle with one another for the
advantages of life, but mutually to
aid one another in reaping thosn ad-
' vantages. That "sweet love" of
which tho pool speaks is given m
tho roward of right relations be
l tween man and woman; and, where
other guidance is lacking, we may
I profitably ask whether any gvoii
I line of conduct tends to tho gaiuing
' or the sacrificing of that roward. If
I totho former, then it may safely be
said to be right conduct; if to the
What it is cloar that man has to
do in theso later days is to frame to
himself a higher ana completer ideal
of manhood than ho has hitherto on
the whole entortained, and try to
live up to it, says tho Popular
Science Monthly. Tho awakened
womanhood of tho age when allow
ance has been made for all that is
hysterical and morbid and heartiest
in contemporary feraicino utter
ances summons him most clearly
and distinctly to walk henceforth on
higher levels in tho strength of a
nobler self-control. Then he has to
recognize in the fullest sense, with
out a particlo of reservation, that he
has in a woman not a weaker sha
dow of himself, not a reflection of
his glory nor a minister to bis pleas
ures, but a divinely bestowed help
meet, tb whom apodal powers and
faculties have been imparted for the
interpretation of truth and tho
beautifying of life.
The aucieut Gormatis, Tacitus tells
up, usod to recognize a certain diviuo
power of intuition in their women,
and if they did it was probably not
without causo. The phenomenon is
not an extinct oun in our own da',
and wo vouturo to say that its fre
quency will wax or wane according
to tho respect paid not by man only,
but by woman hersolf, to all in her
nature that is most uistinctivo of
womanhood. It is far from certain
that woman always recognizes what
her own best gifts are; and there is,
in our opinion, a specific danger lost,
in her new-born zeal for a masculine
equipnientof knowledge, she rele
gate to an iuferior place that nativo
truth of perception which is of
more importance, wo may almost
say, than all former knowledge.
J. G. LEONARD
Who is making a tour of tho world
is registered at the Hawaiian Hotel,
whero ho will remain for a few days
before sailing for the Orient.
This romarkable man whoso caroer
has been one of unqualified success
wherever ho has appearod, is gifted
by naturo with a power that ap
proaches the miraculous. He is
acknowledged by the Press and
Fublio to bo the marvel of the Nine
teenth Century and his wonderful
powers oxcito the astonishment and
admiration of the most skeptical.
Through his development of occult
eight and his thorough knowledge
of tho many occult sciences poculiar
to tho men of the Orient, ho is
enabled to render most valuable
advice and assistance to all.
Tha Professor respectfully an
nounces to tho Public of Honolulu
that ho will, for a few days only,
give private sittings to any who
may desiro to visit and consult with
him at his cottage adjoining the
Hawaiian Hotel. Eutranco on Rich
ards streot, opposito Central Union
All porsons in Honolulu should
avail them'olvesof this opportunity.
Consultations aro strictly confiden
tial and private, and no charges aro
made for sittings uuless entirely
satisfactory to tho consulting party.
OUke hours from 10 a. m. to 8 v. .m.
Jf you are out of Bill Heads, Letter
Heads, etc., we can supply them.
Mr. It. n.
Tlic poisons with which the system is
permeated in typhoid, malarial and
scarlet fevers, and other wasting dis
eases, are not easily gotten rid of.
When tho patient gets " on his feet"
onco more, the uncertain step and feel
ing of intense weakness remind him of
the severe struggle he hits been through.
Often the poisonous accumulation
In the blood break out in dreadful
Kores, and then what inltery must be
endured no ono can tell!
The inestimable vnluoof Hood's Snr
sapnrillit in nil such cases, to thoroughly
purify the blood and drivo out tho last
vestige of deadly poison, is well indi
cated in tho following letter from Mr.
Blocker, Ark., Bcpt. 6, 1S9I.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"DcarSlw: Up to tho 25th of Decem
ber, 1893, I had enjoyed good health. I
had not bad a spell of fever slnco 1869 and
but little, sickness oi any kind. On tho
above, data I was taken down with sick
ness, which developed into slow fever and
confined mo to my room for nix weeks.
During my illness a severe pain settled in
my left leg below tho knee. Tho calf of
Tho Log Was Swollen
to almost doublo its natural size. Falling
to get any relief from my family physi
cian, I went to Hot Springs and treated
with a doctor who was said to bo ono of
tho best at that plnco. I took his prescrip
tions and special baths for two weeks and
then returned homo and continued tho
treatment for soma days. When I had
nearly finished with tho courso of treat-
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING ' J J1 KE CEI V E D
STST CALL ON, UK ADDKESS,-!
JOHN Al. CHASE,
OUlco, IIH Fort Street. 'lVIehoue 181.
C. D. CHASE,
General Business Agent
kkal estate, loans,
sr- Agent to Toko Acknowledgments
to Labor Contracts.
Office: Safe Deposit Bui ding, 4'j6 Fort St.
. TELEPHONE 181
Clrrtrv Irft Ht lit VMdftc tiurlttvwt
Compmtu's Sox tutu br
prcMuMn attittr. to.
ment prescribed at Hot Springs, I went to
bed with a second attack of fever. My
limbs began to break out with something
like, eczema, which extended nil over my
body. From tho top of my head to tho
soles of my feet
I Was Covered With Plmplos. ,
Every sweat poro seemed to bo llllcd with
a clear sticky fluid, which when dried
would become a small black scab. Tho
ilesh was swollen and tho itching wns so'
intenso I could not sleep but for a few'
minutes at n time. No tonguo can tell
and no pen can wrlto what I suffered. In'
tho morning, where I had slept at night,1
tho bed looked as though a linndfut of
wheat bran had been thrown upon It.
This lasted four or five weeks boforo I got
relief. I wns reduced to nlmost a skeleton.
I could not bear any weight upon my left
foot, and I wns without an appetite. I
called In my family doctor again and lie
gave mo some relief and
Aclvlaod Mo to Tnlio Hood's
Snrbaparllln. When I had used ono bottlo
my appetite had returned. I am now tak
ing from tho fifth bottlo and feel llko a
new man. My skin Is as smooth as could
bo desired and I feel as well as ever. I am
60 years old, was born and railed in Ham
ilton County, Tcnn., and havo lived in
this stato about eleven years. Tho abovo
facts can bo proven by any of my neigh
bors, and I send you this, my statement,
so that you may glvo it to tho public for
the benefit of other sufferers, if you so
desire." D. Ii. Bradfield.
Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic
and liter medicine. Harmless, reliable, sure.
Per S. S. ' Australia"
A SMALL INVOKE OF
1'Olt BALK HY
H. J". nKTOLIMS,
12X) tf Fort Strett.
"Wall Paper !
We havo Just Received direct from
New York tho
Ever brought hero at ono time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices lteduccd I
WILDER & CO.,
Wo EXPORT Clenernl Knmllv and Pionta
tlon Supplies iu miy oimitlly Suad f.-r
our YeurJy, .Monthly mid Doily l'rleo List.
414-418 Front Street,
Ban Frunclbco, California.