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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL (5, 1895.
Stop That Cough!
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
5 23 Fort. Street.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
The Largest Stock
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices tire a clincher
ek.om: $ssoo tjp.
Also a Fine Lot of CHIFFON I E1I8 of the Latest Deigni anil Patterns.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Koll of 40 Yards, $12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for. Batty Carriages I
HB- TBLBPHO ISTJED 1 T tStt
Pioneer Furniture House
609 A.ND 611
from all the Coir bra ted
Factories in the United y
IMPORTERS, WHOLE8AIB AND RETAIL. DEALKR8 IN
'Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
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Vt XOILiLXSTIEER e oo.
Cor. Fort and
of Bedroom Sets
50c. per Month
zMmm$mm! SKIlP? '
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Let Thuraton Oo
Minister Thurston roar tfo back to
Houolulu, or to Halifax, and w
banged to hiin, nud, ns wo forvontly
bl!oM, the tfowrnnitnit will Bt ill
prevail at Washington. It is" mom
than lilo'ly thai thin Agent or rupru
FoutHtiw) of llitt alleged KopubHc of
Hawaii bin b'Wi portiunciouslj
activo at Wellington, outside the
bound of diplomatic deooucjr. It
is quite as likely that in this offon
sivn ronroo i o has had the counten
ance and uneoiirngHiiitMit of the
Whoop-do-doodle Half, the Frali
joous Frye and tho Uuuiptious Boti
telle. Granted that he in distinctly
persona non grata. Let hiin go, and
tako away with him all the Hawjii.
ian howlors of all sorts, nationali
ties and descriptions, lie and tuny
and the ridiculous littlo oligarchy
called a republic have already made
.too much noise in tho world, and
consumed somewhat too much uuwh
paper ink and valuable space. Ha
waii is a nuisance. Thurston in-a
nuisance. Tho Hawaiian how lorn
are a nuisance. Abate them all and
severally. Send Thurston back to
Dolo with word to that latter wort liy
that ho needn't be in any hurry
About replacing the former. Let
Hawaii work-out its own salvation
as time and the contending currents
of human selfishness, humbug and
hypocrisy that boat about Pearl
Harbor may decide.
Enough of the whole caboodle t
Granny Gorton's Blrthdiy.
Saturday, January 21st, was a
great day in Control Villago, in tho
Stato of Connecticut, iu America.
On that day Mrs. Jonathan Gorton
was 100 years old and formally r
coived hor friends, of whom hundreds
wero present. Sho woro her boat
blaojf silk cown, with a rose in the
bodice, The venorablo lady was
sualud in a comfortable aruit hair on
a platform iu tho bent room of bur
house. Thtm tbo train of callers
filed through, each and all shaking
hands with her. "Granny Gorton,"
as sho is called, is a trim littlo body
and very nitublo on her font. There
was never anything ailed her, sho
say, aud, except that her eyesight
isn't quito so good as it used to bo,
she is as active as any woman of f0.
Why has Granny Gorton lived so
long? Why is sho so activo now!
She lots out tho secret herself when
she says, ''There was never anything
ailed mo." That's it, and all of it.
People who live 100 years are not
so very rare. Tho uoatus of 45 such
wen reported last year in England
22 men and 23 women. Yet, com
pared to tho multitudes who die,
these are nothing nothing. Can
we not keep things from ailing us,
and so lho long as Mrs. Gorton!
Yes if we will tako the trouble to do
it I Men and women 100 years old,
still vigorous and clear-headed,
should bo a sight so common as not
to be remarked, and will be yet in
tho future. Why not so note "Atlt
yourself tho question," as tho boat
men say down on Deal beacb.
Hero's how it is: A woman's, tale.
Sho says she fell ill when a girl of
about 15. Sho lost her appetite, had
pains in the Bides and chest, fro
rmant headaches, and wan often oh
ligod to lie down on the couch aud
rest. All this didn't promise long
life, did it? No; it was a bad start.
Well, sheigot worso instead oi bet
tor. She was often sick, vomited
her food, and spitting up a sour
fluid. For five rears she' went on i
this way. This brings us to Octobor,
1881. She was theu in sorvice as
parlor-maid at Leamington Hast
ings, Warwickshire Here sho suf
fered from constant sickness, rotch
ing, and heartburn. Tho chest
pains wore so bad as to bend her two
double. No position that Bho could
t ako rel ie ved lier. Her stomach was
so tender aud sore that ovorythiug
she ato pained and distressed hor.
For months and months sho only
took liquid food milk and beaten
eggs, and so on.
She got weaker and weaker every
day, so fIio says. Of course; how
elso could it be J A doctor at Ilugby
told hor site had "ulceration of tho
chest," which she didn't at all.
What is "ulceration of tho chest"?
He gave her medicines aud advice,
but she tirew no butter ou that ac
count This young lady was now
about 20 years old, with a poor out
look for over being much older. Sho
didn't expect it nor did her friend?.
Then another doctor, being consult
ed, said "ulceration nf tho chest,"
liko his medical brother at Rugby.
"After six months' medical treat
ment," sho says, 'i gave up my situ
ation and returned lo my home nt
Uuxton Lamas, NorMk. This was
iu June, 1882. Theu 1 was taken so
bad I had to take to my bed. My
mother thought I w.v in a decline.
Now, (lit word "duel i no" means
consumption, as we all know; a
disease common iu Enidaud aud in
curable every u here. Thousands of
bright girlH and young men "de
cline" into their graves overy year
iu this populous island Sad enough
it is to see.
Well, at this point her good and
wio mother iutiTfVnjd in her daugh
ter's caj. She gav tho doctors the
go by and font to Norwich for soino
bottles of Motln-r SMgelV Curative
Sjrup. In two week Ihn jotirg
p.iiifiit hi'vnu to f.'el hotter, and in
three inoutln oIih g.it a umvMlu
atiou and went to work.
"Since then, fifteen years ago," sho
says, "I have kopt in bettor health
than ever boforp iu my life, thanks
to Soigel'a Syrup. Yours truly,
(Signed). (Mrs.) Saiuh Eleanor
Baker, 8, K tug's StreHt, Jhirr.ch
Itoad, Tottenham, near Loudon, Sep
tember 301 h, 18D2."
A dozHii words more and wu'ro
done. Mrs. Baker's ailment was in
digestion and dyspepsia, nothing
else, and quite enough. Tho "ulcora
tion'' was luflatumrttiou of the inner
coating of the stomach, a symptom
of thodione. We wish her a long
and happy life, and meroly add that
if all her sex could avoid or cure this
one trouble moat of them might live
to be an old a Granny Gorton.
Stock Chief, 13444
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Ltodk ohiek is a iji:utifui.
Unvtilo brown. HoMnnds Id1., Imndi
IiIkIi nnd p,clt;li' upHrly I3 poium. For
Bit', colur conf'triimtiDii. breeding, dlspo
bltlon and iicrl) trotung itunlitlcx, ho
htniidi wllliont n pour In tlin llnwitlian Isl
ands lie la a euro foul ko tcr, Ills prui;euy
nic Inro, rang ntilmaU, mid tlipy in
herlt In a marked iltfivu I lip (junli t ! stid
dl.poiltlon of th-Ir xlre. Stock I'hlcf traces
1 times to Iu.rfrtcil .Mosseimer, twlco to
Justin Morgan four times to Mnmhrluo
Chief. 11, Mte nt Uulv Thorno,'.':!.;, and
ten otliurs In ill." IK; situ of tlia danni of
Dlrco or. 2:17; I'icilmo t, '2il"4; lona.
U:TJ; Onward, 'J:i,', ami ISothcw, nml
drool 'JJittal Ion-" with SO performers in
the'J:3U list. Full nirt'culars nml a phi to
crnpli of Btoow Clikf will he funiNliid to
anyone tending tlnlr addriss to A. K
HUWAT, or the homo can he reen rtid tn
1 fpected nt Dr. fowat's Veterinary Inllrin
ary, 205 King ntreet Honolulu. CMM-Jt
r. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
Have for Mile u few Hinre.i of
KVVA SUGAR CO. B'lVrK.
HAWAIIAN SUOAlt CO. hTOCK.
1'AOIFIO OUAXO'.t l'BKTl MZEH CO.
Alto, HAWAIIAN OOVKIINMKNT and
tstMorlRnne BUQAlt I'LANTA
1 ION 110ND3.
For part'culars apply to
Tbe Hawaiian Sift Deposit and Invest
NO. -108 FOIIT BTItKET.
Fine Horse Stock
Tho Celebrntnl lluyswter Stallion
Alio the Splendid
SPAN OF GRAYS
liy "Ivanhoo" aro for mle. Apjily to
Iti01-tf Hiiy Horao Stables.
W. M. SMIThT
-will I'irr in-
Private Ttiluphom s,
Evi-ry thing in tlm Klectric
Son, wht ronnloi'B may bo loft.
J you ure out of Hill lleadt, iMter
lleaih, etc., we can $uply them.
is plainly shown in our treat
ment of ourselves in health
and sickness. When we are
ell, fueling splendid, we
ignore the possibility of sick
ness. But overwotk, 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, ns thousands do, that
whilst in health the hysti'in
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 IR.OX (
lit 'm'im:m c i )
jji j. i iiiv.o is an old ami
reliable remedy, your grand
mother knew it well, .and
iu no other form can iron
the great strengtbener be
taken so easily. Small
dose and pleasant to take,
f won't stain your teeth.
Krli.iUt ttruxglit, will The Ii'll
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it it tiW mm at OI
tt.l Unttem U,ni.iSfrr WCIlUinCllMS
UROVN CMLUICAL CO
DAtTIMOf C, M0.
II0BR0N DRUG CO.,
So A ETQXlts
will tell you
It la the
FOit SALK II Y THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
AKfnts for the Hawaiian Island.
Wall Paper !
We have Jmt Received direct from
New York tho
Kccr brought hero at one time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
W. P O HALL AEON,
Carpenter and Builder
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON
Brick, Stone k Woodtm Ba'ldings.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
73 Klug M'ttt, Btdwaxd'i Ola BUud. -
20 lbs. W
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