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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 18, 1896.
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New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Per bark "A ml row Welch," Schooner "Robert Lowers" anil
J3 ttlcmiuor "Australia."
V3F Evory variety, stylo and pnco in the L'tirnituro lino. 1 ho
host and most varied in Honolulu. (Jail and inspect our stock.
IEo;p:p c& CO.,
IIo T "EClne Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.;
Offer to tho trade on the most liberal term their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
1sa4i n.trl QliAna TT.ttil ll.lttrlu
' i mi.k:
4 a p turning, uaimiuij, juii;., xu.v.f auix,.
I Bags, Bagging, Buildiug Muterial, Crockery and GIubs-
I , ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., lite.
SOLK AGENTS l'OK
Golden O-ate Dolour,
Sperry's . Flour,
Fort &g 0,-a.eerL Streets
is othr, .axm:.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
o..jji ttt. iii i,.
Foreign Mewl Notes.
Missouri Methodista propose to
erect a statuo of tho Iato Bishop
Matthew Simpson in Chicago.
Hov. David D. McLaurin, a promt-1
nent Baptist minister of Detroit, '
has been arrested for ayinj from
his pulpit that tho oluction of John
1). loagan as police justice would b i
a calamity to the people. 1
Kiv. Dr. Houry Bicom Hideaway, '
president of Garrolt Biblical InUi L1
tutu. Evanston, Idtuois, tho loading'
Methodic college of Am'-ftca, died
lately At his home in ho tloth year
of hU ag. Uownsnblo both a a
speaker and writer.
A bill to establish an inlor.ttsto
park is biug favorably cniisidf red
by tho Miunnntn and WiscoiiMii
lugiflaturfH. Tho proposed park
consists of HliO acres on both sides
of the St. Croix rivpr, at what is con
sidered onu o' thu inot boautifid
spots of natural scouory in America
At a lnuclintf of Kpullicaua at
Topoka, Kansas, Houry C. Caldwell,
of Arkausas, "'who has proved hlm
elf the friend of tho laboring man
and in sjmpathy with tho pooplo of
tin great west on tho financial is
sue," was resolved to bn tho ohoi.'o
of those assembled for President of
thu United Mates.
At tho Christian Endeavor con
vention to bo held in Boston July
10-10 there, is to bo a big open air
meeting of a patriotic nature held
ou the Common, Govornor Urcon
halgc, Dr. F. S. Smith, tho author
of "America," and f-ovoral other
prominent parsons will spunk. Dr.
Smith is to write a special hymn for
the convention. Tho pinging will be
by a choir of two thousand voicos,
assisted by an immouto orchestra.
Fully 50,000 Christian Endeayorors
will take part in tho mcetiug, iu ad
dition to the outsiders who will bo
attracted by thu novelty of tho oc
casion. Bilious Colic.
Persons who are subject to attack'
of bilious colic will bo pleased to
know that prompt relief may had
bv taking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed y. It
actB quickly aud can alwaya bo do- '
peudod upon. Iu many cases tho
attack may be prevented by taking
this remedy aa soon as tho first indi
cation of tho diseaso appears. 2o
and GO cent bottles, for salo by all
dealers. Benson, Smith Si Co., agouts
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Elklna on thu
Senator Stephen B. Elkius of Ca'i i
fornia, speaking at San Diego ou a
trip ho bad taken through Mexico,
referrod as follows to tho Nicaragua
Canal: "fkuowuow California stands
on thn Nicaragua Canal. That is
tho thing wo want. Tho caual will
make this tho richest Statu in the
Union in time. It is tho greatest
outurpriso of modorn times, and will
do incalculable good to mankind. I
earnestly hopo that the bill will
ooaio up in tho next Congross aud
bo riassed. Aa for mysolf, you can't
rig it up too bad for mo to vote for
it. I am out and out, before aud
after, for tho Nicaragua caual,"
(fTont If. S. Journal c Itcdlctne.)
h u without doubt treated and cured more ca' than .
arty living l'hylclan ; h la aucccki li atonlhlnR. We
hive hi ar J of can a of iOyraraVlandlngcurrd by him. '
rcndi with a large bottlo of hi absolute cure, free to
any laffrrtrwho may tind their P.O. and Kipret ad
dn aa. Wo ail vino anyono wifhlnc a euro to addrtti,
I'rof. W. 1L l'EEKE,y.l Ctdar tU, New York.
To ft Vublie:
Owlng to extreme III health, It holi'K iu
posatuie for no to attend to business, 1
bavoboldont tomy feremin, Alex. Cms
U0LM. Who has been With Ul for tho taut
the tame stand, and in the samn line as 1
have, by executing thu lcat of work, and
di hKn ii'voa .m Vii r.,i ith i.i .n
i nope yon will all trade with him, and
bestow on him the sawoklndno's and pat-
ronage as has been given nm during th
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soon as convrntrnt, and Mr C'bisholtu l
ai unto uuu uio win iirn-i un nni in ar
aatnotiz-rl to receipt tlie same.
I hereby t-ke tho opportunity of thank
Ine the pubiio for past pstronave.
1308-1 w OHAB. HAMMKIl.
W. M. SMITH,
-WILL PUT IN-
Private rI leplioms,
Everything in (ho Electric
Son, win ru orders may bo loft.
If you ure out i Hill Jleudi, LftUr
ITftuU, etc, w an tupjily them.
Mr. IK It.
The poieons with which the svt-tcm Is
permeated hi typhoid, malarial and
scarlet fcvcn, and other wasting dln
eiibcs, arc not easily gotten rid of.
AYIicn the patient gets " on his feet"
once more, the uncertain step and feel
ing of intense weakness remind him of
the severe straggle hn has been through.
Often the poisonous accumulations
In tho blood break out In dreadful
sores, and then what misery must bo
endured no one can tell I
Tho inesthuiihlo valuoof Hood's Sar
saparilla in all such cases, to thoroughly
purify the blood and drive out tho last
vcstlgo of deadly poison, is well Indi
cated in tho following letter from Mr.
"niocher, Ark., Sept. 8, 18L
C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Dear Sim: Up to tho 25th of Decem
ber, 1893, I had enjoyed good health. I
hd not had a spell of fever .Inco I860 and
but llttto sickness oi any kind. On tho
abovo dato I was taken down with sick
ness, which developed Into slow fover and
confined nc to my room for alx weeks.
During my illness a sovcro pain settled In
my left leg below tho knee. Tho calf of
Tho Log Was Swollen
to almost double Its natural size. Falling
to get any relief from my family physi
cian, I went to Hot Springs and treated
w 1th a doctor who wna said to bo ono of
tho best at that place I took his proscrip
tions and special baths for two weeks and
then rctnrncd homo and continued tho
treatment for somo days. When I had
nearly finished with tho courso ot treat-
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLHSALE AUENT8.
i The business of tho country It
sottling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned '
from his vacation, fche cows in the '
pasture switch flies instead of bub
lota with thoir tails and tho cream i I
richer in consequeuco. Wo believe
' wo have satisfied evory ono of our
1 customers who have taken milk from
us and we aro in a position to sup
ply a great many more. The people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho paat two weeks
havo had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock feodt
upou, and no longer wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
"w- """ yHu u J
I or two early in the late unpleasant-
iwh nnr ilrinun k.ro .liv.i'. K.u.n
best. With tho exception of a dav
time at our customers' resltlonce,
We tako this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with if
' Bnti to Bollcit contlnuaoee of theif
-..,,,. w.. ,:n w . i. i i
P?,1'0,10-, w" ,W,1J P'eaaod to
' fill all ordors telephoned to us and
guarautoo all milk to bo pure aun
free from adulteration.
The WAIALAE KANCH.
Per B. B. Australia"
A BMALL INVOIOK l)V
l'OK KALK HY
kc j. 3sroT.rrE3,
ItfiCtf Kort Htret.
racnt prescribed nt Hot Spring, I went to
bed with a second attack of (ocr. My
limbs ticpnn to break out with xomrthlnff
llko cczcran, which extended all over my
body. From tho top ol my head to tho
oles ot my (cct n
I Was Covered With Pimples. ,
Every sweat poro seemed to bo fillinl with
a clear sticky fluid, which when dried
would becomo amall black scab. Tho'
flesh was swollen and tho Itching was so.
intenso I could not sleep but for a fuvr(
mtnit ta ait m ffmn. Vn Innnnu tl
and no pen can wrlto what I suffered. Ioj
the niornlnp, whero I bad slept at night,'
the bed looked aa though a handful of
wheat bran had been thrown upon It.'
This lasted four or Ave weeks before I got
relief. I was reduced to almost a skeleton.
I could not bear any weight upon my left
toot, and I was without an appetite. I
called in my family doctor again and ha
gavo mo soma relief aud
Advlsod Me to Tako Hood's
Sarsaparllla. When I had used one bottlf
my appetite had returned. I am now tak
lug from tho fifth bottlo and feci Ilka m
new man. My skin la as smooth an could
bo desired and I feel aa well as ever. I am
50 years old, was born aud raised In Ham
ilton County, Tcnn., and have lived in
thlsstato about clccn years. Thoobov
facta can bo proven by any ot my neigh
bors, and I send you this, my utatemont,
so that, you may glvo It to tho public tar
tho benefit ot other sufferers, it you so
desire." D. B. BnADFIKLD.
Hood's Pills are the best family cattiiTOa
and liver medicine. Harmless, reliable, sura.
200, S250, 275,
$375 an' $550.
$1000, $1200, $1800,
' $1600 LOTS.
O. D. OH.A.SES,
Bute I)K)ilt IliiIMInj.-. 40) Kurt
Comer Kuaanu and Hotel Bts.
K. N. KICQUA, Mauaget
Cboice Wmts, Liquors, Ales,
POUTERS, ETC., ON DRAUOUT.
Half und Hail on Draught.
Hand-made Sour Mash
Flno Cassimores, Sergos,
Wh'to LineiiB, Eto.
Suits Mado to Ordor
ON HUOltT NOTICK
CLEAtiMG, DYEING & REPAIRING
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