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THE DAILY BULLETIN. APRIL 19. 185
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oreTriil will pro?o their
Stop That Cough
533 Fort. Street.
Medio! H&H, - 316 Fort Sired.
C. E.Williams & Son
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Evoi' importwl to Honolulu. Eight Different Stylen
to si'loct from. Prices are a clincher
jr-Rcnr sboo tjjp.
Alw Hit- IH of IHIIKKOMUISH of the Latest DenlRni and I'ntwm.
Special Fcatare--tfo. 1 White Seamless Matting
t'.r Koll of v Yor.li". I12.U1,
a.w. a Fine Quality for $9 ptr Roil
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
w TE1JLEPHON EJ 178 "Xaa
Pioneer Furniture House
ri9 AND 611
from nil tlteiH'hr. I
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factories In llir Hiil1t Wjed
HUJ-n .... 'sirf-Kike
I ' Havana, Manila, Mexican and imerican Cigars.
Fr.oxria"erp:E5K n oo.
Cor. Fort and Merchant 8treetB.
AND KKTAIL DEAIiKUS IN
50c. per Month
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MBS SCOWEa oksat woiik.
Though Her Last Unys Arc DatV,
Shts Haa Achieved Much
It 111.1ybell1.it Mr Harriet IJ-ocli
er .Sterne will live for "omim tiinr,
tboiih lie io appro.'ifhing Imr
oixliiy pii'otid l)irtlnUy, but lior
mind is irrettittvnbly gout. Mm.
Strtwfe'rt life h biM'n tiKiut frontfdl,
and focnis to hnvo pnrtaktm nt im!i
of tlio tflootu mid fjcratultir of the
ppoidi iu whii'h th bf?t of lur work
was done, tho period itumodiatuly
! preceding tho civil war. Shn hn
fhowu siur hor unrliest childhood
, "the genius of gooducn," as Gcorg
1 Sand had said of her, "not that of
tho man of letter', Imt or the saiul,
pure, penetrating and profouud, th
spirit that fathoms (bo receAts of
the humm roul." When nho was
but a child of 12 she choso for n
school composition this profound
theme: "Can the Immortality of the
Soul U Proved From the Light of
Nature t" and her father, Dr. Lyman
Ikocher, was astonished at the
strength aud wisdom of her argu
mentfl in the negative, i'erhaps her
great brain is paying the poualty for
the juveuilo tours d force now.
It was the influence of her father,
who was a great abolitionist, which
turned even her childieh thoughts
toward the iniquities of slavery.
Her progress at school was astonish
ingly rapid. At 11 she was teaching
a class in "Butler's Analogy" and
could read Litiu, Ornok, French aud
Italian with ease. Her practical ac
quaintance with southern life began
after she had married Professor
Stowe, and she then mado a careful
study of slavery, while living with
him iu Cincinnati. When she re
turned t Now Knglaud a few years
later slio found that tcnuy good peo
ple were not., in favor of abolition
because they did not know what
slavery really meaut. So she resolv
ed to teach them, and wrote '"Uncle
Tom's Cabin." It did not mnko
much stir wheu it was fir.t publish
ed in a newf piper iu 1831, but soon
its fame began to spread. In book
form it made a still greater sensa
tion. Half a million copies were
sold of it in flvo years from its writ
ing in America alone. Millions of
copies have been sold since, and it
has been translated into nearly every
known language. She has writton
a score of other important book,
but none has approached "Uncle
Tom's Cabin" iu popularity, al
though such a competent critic as
1 James lluell Lowell thought her
fame would rest eventually upon
"Tho Minister's Wooing." She has
written but little finco 1869, when
1 she published the defense of Lady
Byron, which at that time created
such a senpalion. Her health has
been failing since 1888, and her
mind has deteriorated faster than
1 RUM0H8 OF 11EVOLUXION.
Folic Knpt on tho Alert by Secrat
Withiu the pant two weeks reports
have been received at headquarters
from the numerous spies aud spe
cials that another revolution was
imminent. This waa the cause of
the dispatching of tho police expodi-
tion to Pearl harbor and Waianae
the other night, only to find out it
was a wildgooso chase. Notwith
standing this fruitloss mission, re-
i ports of a similar nature have since
been Hying around.
Of late Senior Captain Pirkor has
decided to keep tho detectives away
from the Marshal's office of nights,
only allowing them to be about the
Station during the day. Early yes
terday the police patrolling about
the Station were armed with pistols
and pouches oi cartridges.
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When Others Fall -
Hood's Sarsaparilla buildB up tho
shattered system by giving vigorous
action to tho digestive organs, creat
ing an appetite and purifying tho
blood. It is prepared by modern
methods, possesses tho greatest
curative powers, and has the most
woudorful record of actual cures of
any medicine iu existeuce. Take
Hood's Pills aro purely vegotable, i
and do not purge, pain or gripe, i
To tU J'ublic: ,
Owing to extriimo 111 health. It twin; I in
iiosMliln fur inu to attend to bnelness, 1
IihvoioM out to my foremm, Alex. (Iiiis
holm, who Iiiin been v hit mo for the lust
ten j fare, mid Is known to yon all.
Ho will o uttmio to run the Im-lnoss at
tint nine stand hiu! In the fanm lino as I
huvn, hy I'xwutiiiK tlm trt of work, uuo
iloliiu JiHilca load
I liOe yon will nil trade w.th him, mic
IipsMw mi hint tlm ,u u ln tiie mid )at
roniui ii hi- live ulvtn ! during th
All llidn d ) me m II) il(ni r- h . t in at
noon UK no tv.ni M, "i;il Mr I'liMmlm h
antho li'il Ui rnuipt tlm totn'ii,
1 heri'hy t te il.e ojii'ortniilty of Oiank.
Iuk thn pub 1 ftr jitu ii'tronHne.
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Poi Sale I
WJE OKKBit HOMK VKilY OHOICB
TT i-iis on trie T'liisa rorincrly
owu-d by J. A. Himnp-r, Km., looated I
botwern l'liiiiMi-oht and I'ilkol HtreetN. .
Thfio I. U am ol iinlfunn . z", 80 170, i
which Ih as lurg" nt mot j amuiiit lll:e to
have the cute . I Tlii Mill li vry rich ird ,
tbrro ae many well cniwn Knot hii! Or
nanifiiuil Trevn on nil of the Iaj'h.
If von want a liouin In a good, quiet, r-n-i
jH'utnh'e and hralthy no'ghborhool, tiVn
' onxor mur of ttis( 1iiti, which we oiler
at read ni.ihlo prion' ami upnii onny term
ai to p ymo'it.
, n. For part'cnlnrn flil c
The Hawsltait Sfe Depo:ii ana Vmd-
I 403 ITort Strcot.
Fine Hors Stock
Thtf (elcbratd lluyvwuter Stallion
Also the Bplrndtd
By "Ivanhee" are for sal. Apply to
IWMf llay Horse Htablcs.
W. M. SMITH,
-wii.r. PUT IN-
Everything in tho lOU-ctric
Kof rsto IC.O.IInll il
Son, win io oivJors may he left.
Dr. L1EBIG & GO.
Sptclal Doctor! for Chronic,
Dr. Mublg's Invlponitor the grentcat re
medy for Brmlnal Weuknem), Una of Mn
hoof and I'rlvate Diseases, ovurO'irueH I're
inntiireneas and preparoanll for mnrrliiKO
iiiuB uuiies. piciimireti ami rS)naU)iiti('s;
$1 trial bottle Klve or tent free to any one
describing H)iuptoiii!i; call or address 40U
Oeary bt, prlvut ontrnnre Am Mason Bt
Hn h'r.iiielkro. 111,1-8.1 lr
DUItlNO MY AU8BN0K 1'IIOM TUB
llnwallan Island", Mr Walter M.
(II Hit d will act for mo In all iiiattom of
Imslneb', under full iKjuer of utloniey
wm. o mwi.v
Hontlnlu, April 4, 18V5. l&CDw
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BOOK AND JOB STOCK
UY KVKKY STKAMKIi
E!ilcll,i!, FpiiHIiisl Old.
Wlmru they are fully nreiireil to do nil
1iii1r of wor In the hitcsl styles, nt ,"
me snnnivr noiico linn ni mi
mtwt Ileii'ennlilf linte.
Finn Jori Wdfi Hi Colors a Specialty I
KxevutMt In the Mopt Attrartlv
Keud tho following partial list of spec
ialties ami get the IIuli.ktin'b prices be
fore placing your order, lly fo doliift
you will save both time and money.
Hills of Lading,
Itccuiptu of all kinds,
Labels of ever; variety,
Potitions iu any lungiing,
Envelopes A Letter Circulars,
.Sporting Scores ,k Records,
Perpetual Wachiug Lists,
General Hook Woik,
Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed and lllookeilvhen donlrcit.
Mir No .fob U idlowed to luuw tho ol
flee ontil It rlveh VHtufaetiot,.