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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 17 1805
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Stop That Cough
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Price are ft clincher
it:r.o:m: ess oo tjp.
.Men it Fine l-ot of CHIFFONIERS o! the Latest Denlgns ami Patterns
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'tir Kcill of 40 Ynlr. 1.HU
A.nd a Pine Quality for $9 por Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages !
ir TELEPHO 1SI El 178 Tfca
Pioneer Furniture House
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
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IMl'OUTKltfl WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL DEALERS IN
Havana, Maaila, Mexican and American Cigars.
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Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
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BEEN BY FRENCH i.TY.0.
American Society Up to Date im S.ihii
by Hrjc li'noll
"American Society Up to Dlo'
was the subject of Max O'UMI'a lee
ture at Central Music Hull ln-t nu'ti
Ing, says a late Chicago Times Her
ald. A fair-sized audi'iiro Mas pres
ent to hear tho impressions of this
satirical humorist on Americans ond
their wdji", which to Iiim fee in to
1 have proved an inoihausliblo source
of amusement. Mr. O'llell prefaced
his lecture ly the statement that he
, proposed to giv, not. bit opinion of
this, the greatest nation on tho fncn
of the earth, but his impressions,
claiming that the former was tho
general usage of speakers in decrib
lug n foreign country, and at tho
same time giving Mark Twain a few
hard raps on the knuckles for airing
I so freely his opinious of the French.
I Tho typical American, to foreign-
I era who havo never vinited this coun
try, was represented, ho said, by the
i Buffalo Bill stylo of get-up, revolvers
and all, as introduced into their so
ciety by William P. Cody. But four
tours made throughout the length
i and breadth of this land proved to
the speaker that an American of this
type was not to be found away from
the western plains, but in his place
j was a arm hearted, hearty, impul
sive, sometimes inquisitive, person
age, but always, no matter when or
where you meet him, a good fellow.
Of course it would be impossible for
Mr. O'Kell not to administer home
opathic pellets, The sugar-coating of
which was just the right thieknoss
to make the mediciue palatable.
The first portion of xocioty touch
ed upon nas tho political, when
favorable contrasts were made at the
simplicity with which American
men in high otbVial place live, and
how exceedingly accessible they
were to the people, not forgettiug to
mention tho fact that even the
President, unless he was assassinat
ed, was, upon retiring from olliue,
soon overlooked, almost forgotten,
iu this country of mad rush and ex
According to this Preiiohrnin, the
rapidity with which the averaue
American moves aud has his being
was a constant source of wonder
ment to tlione who live across tho
water. DMaucu uoaut nothing,
wheu it cjme to a managor notifying
hi in that Duluth aud Indianapolis
were iu the neighborhood of Chi
cago, a territory which he was ex
pected to cover iu what appeared to
him an impossible time. But he had
done it. This continual haste, while
it was wonrini?, also, according to
Mr. O'Roll, kept from American
faces that dull expression which
marks tho middle and lower classes
of Europe. (
'AmoricMU Society Up to Dato"
was ilividcd into the three parts of
"blood," ''money" and "intellect."
The former, while small iu quantity,
was exceedingly large in quality, i
and was found more generally in the
, eastern dud font hern states. Tho,
second was everywhere, and to a
well-born European or American I
1 was at the Hamo time repulsive and '
pleasant. 1 no latter was of all three
t he most enjoyable andecu re,for tho
i flood of plebeians could not taint it,
nor the impoverished aristocracy of.
Europe break through and steal it.
Shinglea for DUhee at Church Boclalr.
It is uw a fashion in tho shingle
district to use cedar shingles at
church socials, musical and literary
eutertainmouts, where the program
concludes with refreshments. The
shingle is used as a food tray, and is
comiug iuto general popularity at
church socials. There is always a
disposition ou the part of some of
tho uugodly who attend church
socials to steal the plates ou which
j the refreshments are served, but
wuen me juuewarm couro ana an
cient sandwiches are passed around
ou a cedar shingle worth about 00
cents a thousand, even tho small bov
has no desire to steal his plate.
' JI'mI Const l.wnbirmnn.
Are the good qualities possessed by
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Abovo all it
purifies tho blood, thus strengthen
ing the nerves; it regulates tho di
gestive organs, invigorates tho kid
noya and liver, tones and builds up
tho entire system, cures Scrofula,
Dypopsia. Catarrh aud Ilheumatism.
Got Hood's and tho only Hood's.
nood's Tills euro all liver ills,
biliousness, jaundice, indigestion,
sick headache. 2fio.
A novel method of encouraging
v.'ii'lit racing hss been adopted in
Russia. The government has order
ed to be built, a twelve Ion rotter,
which is to l- placed nt the iiiposnl
of the St. I'lititMbiirg V.icht Clib in
order that tin ouup-i members of
the chili msy guiu pome knowledge
of yaiht Hailiug iu the hope that
they will then get jnchw for them-selven.
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Valuable House Lots
Pci Sale 1
WE OKFKlt bOMB VKUV C1IOICK
1-ois on the r m a formerly
owiuil by J. A. Hins'nc r, Ks., locntcil
betworn l'ouu-o'n suit I'llkul BtrtPlH.
TIipso Ij U jrfu of uniform n r.. Wit 170,
which In as larg as moit U'diis like to
hnvo the care f The soil N very rich tnl
thre uro many woll i;rowu Fruit anil Or
numrntAl Tren ou all of tho lxts.
If vot wm a home hi a Kott, qnlrt, rm
H'ctab'e niut healthy nc'glihorliood, tfllcti
one or mor of tie-He its, wlilcli we nMVr
atreamnnble jirlmi ou'l iijtori ensy U'rms
hs to p yment.
o. For pnrttuuluro uppl) to
The Ha w.i l! a a Safe Deposit a,m I.vtt
-toa 3Tort Stroot.
Fine Horso Stock
Tho Cltbrot-i IlayswMer Stallion
AI) the Splendid
Hy "Ivantllle,, are for ral. Apply to
IMJl-lf lla HorbaHUblcs.
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
S)cMm Ihtctori fur Chronic,
I Urate ijwlWiiiliiig
Dr I.lehljj's Invlpnnilor the grestost re
medy for Seinlunl Wnknesi, I.usa of Man
hood and Private 1)Ihoshd, overcnmeH l'n
mutureuesH ami prepares all for murrlaKe
llfo'u dnties. pleasure!! and r'-uponaihllltit.':;
II trial bottle given or ont friu to any one
dcHcribiug 8mptoiim; call or a.ldress I0U
(leary Ht, private enlrnnre VV Vnron 8t.,
fisn Frrtiifiln. ni.T-ailv
ROOM3 AND BOABD.
N HATUUUAY AFrF.UNOON TIIK
J Otli Insl., h Small 1'urcHi of Fauuy
Woik, havine a Oo'd ThlmblH wltt.lu,
makd "M. A. It." Finder til9te return
tu the JIclli.tin Olllco and receive reward,
HORSE FOR SALE.
I IOHT HAY KID-l-
ing lloreo, f-uod-died
and ulmwy animal.
flip mill. Alun n ttnn i
Mlloh Cow. ?u3f--
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ISCO-tt Near Ice Workn.
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ROOMS AND 110AHI) k &
for a few portions can bn A5vTCa.
ha.l ot llanUui, on tho Wal-SilVySt
klkl beach. fcU?-1?
I have just received a com
plete line, in tins Luteal
The ju!i!itii" and pattcrne
t are very uhnico and were ini-
ported specially for my fine
trade A No have a full line of
At K'en-oiiahle Prices.
Zif While yon ate wait-
1'or the ear eoine in and
514 Foit Street
To thf l'ul'ic;
HwlliK to eitnui.e ill health. It bell'K liu-pos-'btn
fo me to attend to tmoliiecs, 1
Iihvo cold out to my foremn. Ai.cx. I'uis
holm, who has bean l h w for the last
i- n enrs, and it known to you all.
lie will o niliiue to run the hu-lnenj at
thuMimeHtand iu In the mine line at I
have, by ext-ciitlui; tlei lieit of work, and
iiniiii: Jiiatloo io ii I
I hope you will ull trade with him, and
hentuw ou him the m o kin I no and pat
roiiaiu hb ha beei Given tut- during th
lait H'xten jears.
A I hi 1) dru me will plea e be runt In at
soon iim convent' nt, ml Mr Chit holm 1
nutlm It-d to receipt thn Bsn-e.
I hen by t ):- the opuortunlty of thank
ing the pub Io for pist li-ttronse.
13US Iw Oil AS HAMMKH.
W. M. SMITH,
-WJLL I'UT IN-
Everything in the IHIco.tric
SZer Kef rs to K.O.lLdl &,
Son, wh re orders muy he left.
Bcanh House To Lett
is to lt-t or lease at
Walklkl beach, a few mill- .
utcv wulk from tho tram-
ear. It hus Uook lloiuu. Hath ilouee and
(lood Sea Jl.ithlng Ilou-ehol't Ulensilt
and Dishes are all comp'vtu. Hnomg mar
be let with bathing prlv legea, if the vtliofe
premlccs uro not tuken.
Having rented all the other bonces on
my list, I am ready to tuko any further
ardent in that line.
Inunlrcof DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf i'i Mtrch.nt street.
X. on the iruinlbuleaHd
to me at KawHlnhao also
tllll l.il.A 111 &.I..I t..nt.,lLitu
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iou-ynue euving Hie (oungu 1 will Rive
up tie lea n of the main building free for
three month. TIih (Cottage contains one
room VUi feet nuother one !ili feet, and
a vVr.iinlrt "lit 'eet, Iron roof aiet strong
founilHtion. Apply ou iho prfiulbe1).
lfOJ-lm M. UOrO, M. D.
1UIQ I UrUlX DAKB'H Advert'sliiR
Agency, fit nml li'i Morclmnt's Kxchauge,
Han 1'ri.nelten, Culifurnix, wht-re ooutiactB
for advert h'iil' hii te imde for It.
you orr out uj Hill Heads, "WiVr
Heads, tic, con tiipply theia.