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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APKIL 9, 1895.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to tho trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied Btoclc of
DBT aid FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, lite, Etc., Etc.
Furniture sP Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS VOK
Gtolclexi Oate Flovir,
Fort Ss Q,Tieen. Streets
A largo assortment
has just boon re
coivod por "R. P.
Richet" and "0. D.
Bryant," and more
to airivo por "Transit."
Vl 111 bibip
Every varioty, stylo
and prico in tho
Furnituro lino. Tho
host and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Cull and inspect our
Often Tired But Never Weary.
LM's discuss this point for two
minutes. lloro's a man who sajs
ihftt nt n cflrtaiu period ho began to
eel "tired and weary." That's pro
cloly tho way ho puts it iu his let
tor. Now anybody has a right to
feol tired or fatigued (it's tho samo
filing), ftftT labor or mueh oeiciu.
It's I ho bodj's fashion of telling you
to hnjd up. to givo it a rest. It is a
uaturnl and. in health, with s ii"r
and Mei Ju't nliond, a plcu:iul f'-el-itig.
Hilt woarines! that's differ
nt. That conts of monotony, of
waitinj-vof loneliness. WoanuwB is
of tho mind, not of tho boily. Hut
it can nrin in the body, all tlio tarn.
If this bothers you at Urn I, don't
ray, 'Slutll" "humbugl" but study
up ou it. A man may bo tired and
happy, but not wcaty and happy.
Forf weariness means deprived
spirits, and numu all saggul down
iu tho middlo. And when you got
both at oneo you will bo wise to timl
out what's gouo wroug.
It is a fhort letter, thN i", and wo
can jti't as well quoto tho wholo of
it. Tho writer says: ''It wa in
November, 1SS7, when 1 ligaii to
feol tired anil weary. It K-etnod ai
if I had no strength loft iu mo. lit
foro that I had always been strong
and hoalthy. Afy appotito wn pour,
and for days together I could not
touch any food that wan placed bo
foro mo. After ovory meal that I
did succeed iu forcing down I had
such dreadful pains in tho chest and
back that I was a'most afraid to eat.
Thou there was a sharp pain around
tho heart, too, a3 though I wan stab
bud with a kuife.
"I loit a deal of sleep, and for
nights together I didu'l sleep at all.
Thou I beati to lose flush rapidly,
aud was afraid I was jroitig into a
consumption. Yet I kept on with
my work, however, but it was a hard
thing for me, because I was so weak
aud nervous th.it I trembled from
hoid to foot. As time wont on I
gradually got worse aud worto, aud
my eyes were sunken aud drawn in.
I consulted a doctor in Kontish
Town. He gavo mo medicine, but it
did uo good. After all this I got
tho idea into my head that I should
"Oue day a lady came into the
shop, aud noticing tho stato I wan
in, kindly asked how long I had
been ill. I told her all about it,
aud slm said, 'You try Mother
Saigol's Curativo Syrup; it ha niado
mo wnll, aud I boliuve it will do you
"I sent for a bottle, and after tak
ing only a fiw doses I felt relioud.
Presently my food agreed with me,
and I enjoyed my meals. I could
hleop bettor also, aud by keeping on
taking the Syrup I soou got as
strong as I over was iu my life.
Since that tiino (now over four years
ago), I have been in tho boat of
health. I consider that in all prob
ability thii remedy saved my life;
at nil events, it restored my health,
aud lifo without health don't amount
to tnunh. I gladly consent to the
publication of this statemont, and
will answer inquiries. Yours truly
(Signed), G. Vi.nce, 1-J2, Shepherd's
IjusIi Road, Loudon, W., November
301 h, 1892."
Thus Mr. Video's unfortunato ex-
Cerienco comes to happy end. As
o has to work for a living, like most
of us, ho is no doubt often tired, but
never weary any more. Aud what
can possibly bo more wearisoino
than long-continued illness? With
him, as with millions, it was tho
stomach that was iu fault. His food
ontered tho stomach and stopped
there. So bo suffered from two bad
results: ho received no strength
fiom it, but ho did receive tho dead
ly acids and gases whiuh tho for
monted stuff gavo birth to. Indiges
tion and dyspepsia. The same old
story of paiu aud misery, aud, thank
mercy, tho same story of restoration
and gratitude after an appeal for
help had been made to good old
Th Daily Bulletin, 60 centi per
vxrmth drlivfrfd bv Ofirritrt,
Jmmk n I
W I yv
" A, it V-.
Pleasant Valley, Kew York.
Many suffer from serious disorders
of tho liver and Moiuuch. Impurities
iu tho blood tend to poison the vital
fluid. Tho failure! or the organs to
properly remove the wnto from the
system allows tho germs of discai-c to
accumulntu and not until tho whole
system Is affected do many realize Hint
impure oiooti is tliu cause- or all their
trouble. Mr. Sidney S. MaMcn or
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., whoo testimo
nial letter follows, Is a well known
painter. Ills health was impaired by
lead poison aud gradually his whole
system became affected. Ilo resorted
to Hood's Sarsaparlllit and In It found
a puriller of tho blood and a restorer of
tho liver and kidneys to natural action:
in short, a good appetite and renewed
urcngtli ami vigor has followed his
taking Hood's Sars.ipaillla. Head aud
"Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Auff. JO, JS91.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lou ell, Mam.:
"Gentlemen: I am a houso painter by
trado ami havo been troubled with liver
cxicnu up my uacK under my
shoulder so ecrely I would bu
Obliged to Stop Work,
and lie Hat on my back to get relief. I
had n great deal ot hcadacho and my ap
petite w an very poor. Iu fact, for tho lflit
year, I havo been all broken up. I bavo
treated with six different doctors who
helped mo only for a short llmo. Bomo
raid I had enlargement of tho liver and
another that it was
Duo to Load Poison
and that I would have to rIvo up tho
painting business. About tho middle of
April last I was obliged to glvo up work
entirely for a week. I told my wlfo that X
wos diHcouragcd and nliu finally persuaded
mo to toko Hood's Sarsaparllta. I had
tnkcu a great many different medicines
aud all had failed, but I decided to mnko
ono nioro trial and bought a bottlo ot
Hood's 8ar.4iparllla. Bcforo it had nil
been taken I felt better and now, having
taken threo bottles I havo no troublo with
my side. I nm freo from constipation and
Hood's ' Sarsaparilla
complaint for about ten years. I havu al
so suffered much from constipation, being
obliged to tako a cathartic every fow days.
I havo used many different kinds of I'llls
which gavo mo only temporary relief. In
tho night I would wako up and my mouth
would oo so dry it would seem almost lm
posslblo to get moisturo enough to wet it.
I had a great deal of troublo alno in my
eldo under my short ribs. It would ottcn
havuagoodappctltc. work every day, and
Foal Llko a Now Man,
thanks to Hood's Barsapnrllla. I recom
mend It to alia ono of tho best, tonics on
tho market, and I intend to contlnno
taking It from tlmo to time." Bidnuy B.
Hood's Pills aru the K-st nttur-diiiurr
pills, usslst digestion, rocnt constipation.
HOBR.ON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AQENTS.
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to be the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate.
Jewelry in special designs
manufactured to order on
BY VMTUE OF A WIUT OF KXKOTJ
tlon Issaed out ot tho District Court,
on the Olh day ot March, A. I). 18l'G.
against l.nu Chong, defendant, in favor of
A. Kornander, pUlntlll", for the nam ot
f 166.04, I havo levlfrt upon and ehull ex
jno for rnili! a tho Police Station, iu the
District of Honolulu, iulund ot (Jaliu, at Vi
o'clock of BATU11UAY, the 20th .lay of
April, A. I). 1803, to the highest bidder, all
tho right, title aud interest of tho said l.nu
Uhong. defendant, in and to the following
property, unless inld Judgment, '.Interest,
costs and my expenses he previously paid.
List ot property for sale:
All the rluht. title aud Interest of tho
aid l.au Clionp, defendant, in and to that
Curtain Lease of those Four True ts of I.and
B'tuuto at l'nwaa, from L. McUully to Nln
Fong Wal Co., di-tod December 3fst. thSti, .
and recorded In Liber U on imKes 213, lilt, i
'.'15 and SI0. '
KA. For further liartlculars see W. C.
Aclil. attornov f ir tbu nlalutlll'.
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Turius unsu in u. a. iioni i nn.
JAC0BSEN & PFEIFFER,
V. O. Pox 287. Fort Street.
Corner Kuuanu and Hotel Bts.
E. N. KKQUA Manager
Gboice Wines, Liquors, Ales,
PORTERS, ETC., OK DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught.
Hand-made Soar Hash
KOpiD 8o Co.,
ISTo. "74 King Street.
11. O. HITUIICOUK.
Marshal Itepubllaof lUwall.
Honolulu, H. 1., March i;0. 189o.
If you nre out of Hill JUath, Letter
Heads, vio,, w can supply them.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino Casslmoros, Serges,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHORT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
40 Nuunnu Street.
Tho LubIuoss of tho country is
settling into its former groove. Our
Koutleniauly drivor tins roturned
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho oroaru is
richer In cousonuonco. Wo bolievo
wo havo satisfleu ovory oun of our
customers who havu takon milk from
us and we aro in a position to sup
ply a great many more. The poople
who from choico or necessity visited
Waialao duriug tho past two wooks
havo had an opportunity to noo just
what sort of diot our stock foods
up6u, and no longer wondor at tho
richness ot tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for dulivory aro tho
best. With the oxcoption of a day
or two early in tho late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on tlmo at our customers' residences.
Wo tako this opportunity to thank
those who havo been patient with us
and to solicit a continuauco of their
patronage Wo will bo pleased to
fill all ordors telophoued to ua and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adultoration.
Tite WATAXAE RA3TOH.
Per S. S. "Australia"
A SMALL INVOICE OF -
FOR SALE UY
K. J. ISTOLTHl,
UKiO-tf Fort 8treot.