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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
J3E. L. I C. ATd k , OrLIClOVA t fK Z3A,fTy I l
gpaorxeTri&l will prove thejrjrgritviv
Stop That Cough!
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
523 Port' Street.
Pioneer Furniture House
H3ST-A.BIJISHE3D 1 SB.
Just Recoivca1 'per Bark "O. D. Bryant''
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clincher
ffROM $S5 00 XJP.
Also a Fine Lot of OHIFl'ONIKItB of tho Latest Designs and Patterns.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Roll of 40 Yards, $12.00.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages !
war TBT-iEJFIiO JST HI 179 "
will tell you
It 1b the
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
AKntH for be Hawaiian Inlandi.
If your tubucriplion hat rxpirtd now
it n (noil time In renrvi ii.
316 Fort Street.
0. E. Williams.
r. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
Safe Deposits Investmeut Co.
NO. 408 FOKT BTItEET.
8AFKS of Vnrloas Sires for Kent
by the Month or Yctr.
.-VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until 4 r. m. except on Saturdays, when
they vrill be closed nt 2:30 r. m.
t.WK Buy nd Sell P rst.olass
STOCKS and 1SOKDS and make ad
values on mine.
ALL I'EHSONS HAVINO WIELAKD
lleer kep In the'r possesslcn will
ob lin the undersigned by information In
O. J. MrOARTHY,
12S7-1W Criterion Saloon.
FAM0U8 women who cooked.
Even nn Empress Was Proud of Her
Skill at Preserving
WhtMi cooking is rpcognized as a
i profoocion, iifttivj American girl
ought to be vr lo enter it, fnMon-l
of prufi-rriug t) o long and tirosomt)
! days that many wf tliotu now liavo
I In the time of Louis XV. cooks
rankod high in social favor; thoy
1 wore honored according to the on
Kinality and excellence of thi-ir
diho'. This sovereign spent much
of the tiuio apart from statu affairs
imagining new methods of cooking
food, especially of preparing coffee,
which fatter was just coming luto
rogue as a beverage.
Mine, de Maintenon originated
"Cotellotteson papillotes," or cutlets t
in curl papers, in order that the
paper trimmings might absorb the I
grease that impaired her digestito
Mme. de Sevigne took occasion of- .
ten to lay aside her pen and prepare
certain grilled waillesthat dolighted
epicures as did her literary work
men of lettora.
The Empress Josephine excelled
in guava preserves.
Granny Gorton's Birthday.
Saturday, January 21st, was a i
great day in Central Villago. in tho
State of Connecticut, in America.
On that day Mrs. Jonathan Gorton
was 100 years old and formally re
ceived her frionds, of whom hundreds
were present. She wore her best I
black silk gown, with a rose in the
bodice. The vonorable lady was
seated in a comfortable armchair on '
a platform in the best room of her
house. Then tho train of callers
filed through, each and all Bhaking
I hands with hor. "Granny Gortou,"
' as sho is callod, is a trim little body
and very nimble on her foet. There
was never anything ailed her, she
says, and, except that her eyesight
I isn't quite so good as it used to be,
I she is as aotivn as any woman of 50.
Why has Granny Gorton lived so
long? Why is sho so activo now!
She lots out the secret horself whou
sho says, "There was uover anything
ailed me." That's it, and all of it.
People who livo 100 years are not
so very rare. The deaths of 45 such
were reported last year in England
22 men and 23 womon. Yet, com
pared to the multitudes who die,
these are nothing nothing. Cau
W not keep things from ailing us,
and bo livo Ion as Mrs. GortonT
xr. : :n i, i -..iX. ,i
Yes if we will take ths trouble to dp
itl Men and women 100 years old,
still vigorous and clear-headed,
hnulrl Ha n ;,rlit an rnnmnn ni
should bo a sigut so common as not
1- vntrtA plrnil tr(l null t. h a rt
the future. Why not so notcf "Ask
iu uo iuioiacu, nuu tvui uu jni iu
joursolf tho qunstion," as the beat
men say down on Deal beacb.
Here a how it is: A woman's tale.
Sho says she foil ill when a girl of
about 15. Sho lost her appetito, had
pains iu tho sides anil chest, fro
ruent headaohes, and was often ob
liged to lie down on tho couoh and
rest. All this didn't promise, long
life, did it? No; it was a bad 'start.
Well, sho got worse instead of but
ter. She was ofton sick, vomited
her food, and spitting up a sour
ilu id. For livo years she went on
this way. This brings us to Ootobor,
1881. She was then in service as
parlor-maid at Loamiugton Hast
ings, Warwickshire. Hero she suf
fered from constant sickues, retch
ing, and heartburn. Tho chest
pains were so bad as to bend her two
double. No position that sho could
take relieved her. Her stomach was
so tender aud sore that everything
she ate pained and distressed her.
For months and months sho only
took liquid food milk and beaten
eggs, and so on.
Sho got weakor and weaker every
day, so sho says, Of course; how
elso could it bef A dpctor at Itugby
told her she had "ulceration of the
chest," which she didu't at all.
What is "ulceration of tho chest"!
He gave her medicines aud advice,
but she grew no hotter on that ac
count. This young lady was now
about 20 yoars old, with a poor out
look for ever being much oldor. She
didn't expect it nor did her friends.
Then another doctor, being consult
ed, said "ulceration of the chest,"
like his medical brothor at Rugby.
"After six months' medical treat
ment," sho sayH, "1 gavo up my situ
atiou aud roturned to my home at
Buxton Lamas, Norfolk, This was
in June, 1882. Then I wau takou so
bad I had to take lo my bed. Mr
mothor thought I was in a doclino."
Now, tho word "doclino" moauB
consumption, as wo all know; a
disease common iu England and in
curable everywhere. Thousands of
bright girls and young men "do
clino" into thoir graves ovory yoar
in tliii populous islam! Sad enough
it is to see.
Well, at this point hor good and
wise mother interfered iu her daugh
ter'ii case. She gave tho doctors t ho
go-by aud sent to Norwich for somo
bottles of Mother Selgel'd Curatiyo
Syrup. Iu two weeks tho young
patiuut began to feel better, and iu
three months she got a new nih.
ation and wont to work.
"Since then, fifteen years ago," she
says, "I hnvo kept in better health
than ever before iu my life, thank
to .SeiudV Syiup. Yoiim tru t.
(Signed). (Mrr ) Sarah Elga.v ii
Baker, 8, KingV Street, Churn
Itoad, rpltvuiiRui, near Loud n,Sii
I tember 80tb, 1892."
I A dozon words moro and we're
J done. Mrs. Bnkor's ailment was in
i digestion and dyspepsia, nothing
. else, aud quite enough. The "ulcori
tion'' was inflammation of the inner
1 coating of tho stomach, a tymptom
of tho disease. We wish her a long
and happy life, aud merely add that
I if all her sex could avoid or cure this
. one trouble most of them might live
J to be an old as Granny Gorton.
A. Fow Matters Hoard at Oharabra
Iu John Hobs vs. C. W. Mae far
lane, in which plaintiff recovered
judgment of $10, the clerk has taxed
costs therein in favor of plaintiff,
amounting to $16. A. S. Hart well
for plaintiff; defoudant in person.
In tho partition suit of hui land
in Manoa, Woodlawn Dairy Co. vs.
213 natives, Judge Whiting has au
thorized the sale of certain outstand
ing interests owned by minors An
advertisement of sale of land elne
whore gives particulars.
Judge Cooper admitted the will of
Kaaialo to probate and ordered let
ters testauioutary to issue to Kama
keo without bond. W. C. Achi for
: In the Circuit Court, First Circuit,
Hawaiian Islands In Equity.
C'jmmlsslonet's Notice tf Sa'o.
rprfK UXDKItPIOXKD COMMISSION
X er, hereby givey notice tint by vlr.un
nfnn urdt-r mnilo by the Htm. W. Austin
Whltlnc, First JiuIko of tint Circuit Court.
FIrt Circuit, HiuuiIImi Islands, bu will
exposH for sale t the from door of Alllo
Inul llnlc, lit thciltvot Honolulu O.ilm,
on FltlDAY, April 6, 18'3, at 10 o'clock
M., nil the rl(?li, title mid Interest of lloo
Akotir, KtilMkiatiwaltiamokti Akong In
the Hui lind of Kaimllluahlue, Muuoi,
Ua.hu, granted to V. II. Kleu iu trus for
KnunknlM nnd 'M others bv Itojnl I'nt
ent Oniut No. I'll, Mild Interest belli);
I eiial to oiif-lmif of ono undivided sit ir,
1 subject to tho right of doner of Annie
. interest of Snmnol MaboloHti. Kthe Mane
uoiiiKniiiKi ,iso nn inn riirnr. titiu n. il
Ion nnd Allen Mahflono In the said land
of Kapnllliwhlno. tnld interest beinK eoiml I
I on8 undivided uixire, subject lo the
rMlt 0f doner of Kmiim N. Mnholniui
' Als all tho right, title nnd Interest of
Tlieophlln-Mcj.nl 'nnd Thomas M-twilf
I in the fnld land of HnpnHliiuliInc, r-ald in .
tPrc,t beIn 0 a, t0 t0.tMr,i, ot ono ,,.
it.ta l . . . t . . .
V (IfU 8 are. MUM CCUO TO UO elflIP O
Frank .Mftnilf: iIujsaIh to bo mibjeot to the
conllriiiatl n of liuCurt. TKK.MSOASH
United btu'cs void coin on preiitetlon of
deeds. Costs of sule mid dieds nt exteno
I Dated Honolulu, Mnro'i r0, l'tf.
. isni-td Coiuiidinloner.
! MARSHAL'S BALE.
BY VIRTUE OK A WRIT OK EX Edi
tion issued out of the Dlsuli't Court,
on the Glli day cf March, A. 1) ln'S
ngalnU l.au Chong. defendant, In fav n cf
a. Kornniulz, plttln'IH', for thn sum of
. ?1'5.01, I liavo loviid ui on and khnll ex
' tioe for hale at the Police Btttlon, in the
i District of Honolulu, Island of Uahn. at l'J
(o'clock of SATURDAY, the VOih dayol
April, A. D. 18U6, to thn holiest bidder, nil
mo rigm, lino ami inti rest ol tne snld Lnu
Chom. difendni.t, In nnd to tlio following
properly, unless tnld judgment, Hutvest,
coits and my expenses b prvIouly paid.
List of pioperty fo- sale :
Alt the rght, t tie and interest ot the
paid I au Choug, defendant, Iu and to that
Cortn n Lease of those Four Tracts of IaihI
s'tuate at I'awan, from L. McOully to Nln
Fong Wat Co., dated December 31st, lh8,
auu fci-uruuu in i.iutr 11 on pnees .16, z
For further nartlcuUra sec W. O.
aciii, aiiornoy ivr ine planum.
. Terms Cash In U 8. Uold Coin.
K. a. HITUHCOOK,
Marshal ICopubllnof Hawaii.
Honolulu, 11. I March 'JO, 103.
Wo KXl'OKT General Family aud Planta
tlon Supiilles In any quantity. So'id f'r
our Yearly, Monthly and Dally Trice List.
414-418 Front Street,
San Francisco, California.
The Old Reliable I
215 MnntKomw ft-, Kxt-ndltiK from
l'Ino to II ii Ii Sti , Sim Kran-
BUSINKS8 CKNIKK OK T1IF. CITY,
ojnvrient to all Hanks. I'murnnu
vili'tn and i'lft'ea ot Anitamnt Con
talnlng 300 Kooms. J. H. Yol'Nii I'roprio.
tor. TKKMSt 160, 1W und $J.W per
dny. Free Coach to and from Uott.
JL'JO lm-12 4t
(1 IfittC f t I
is plainly shown in our treat
ment of ourselves in health
and sickness. When we are
well, feeling splendid, wc
ignore the possibility of sick
ness. But overwork, high
living, inherited poor blood,
irregular courses, etc., de
velop symptoms of weakness,
of dyspepsia, liver complaint,
and the general health fails.
'You should know by expe
rience, as thousands do, that
whilst in health the system
would never run down and
doctors' bills would not
have to be paid. This is a
fact worth remembering
and of vital importance
to you. BROWN'S IRON
BITTERS is an old and
reliable remedy, your grand
mother knew it well, and
in no other form can iron
the great strengthener be
taken &o easily. Small
dose and pleasant to take.
7 won't stain your teeth.
RtlMU JruggUli nill Tl)e Civil
tut II It ullliuir h Of
tun lnkor trpmJ n t
r , te.r.iA,-genuineness
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
So o -A gexita
Genera! Business Agent
Ki: 1. KnTATlI, LOANS,
rt Ajiont to Tnku
to Uibor Contraitc.
Oflto-: Sitn Di-p-sls It'll dirg, 4i6 Foil St.
wu Tr.LKl'HoXK in
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
rsr CALL UN, Ult ADDl!i:SS,
JOHN M. CHASE,
Olllee, UW Fort 8lreo.
Wall Paper !
We hnve Jiut Iteceived direct from
New York the
Kvcr broiifht hero nt on time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDKR & CO.,
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