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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 23, 1895.
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Per l)iirk "Atuhw Welch," Schooner "Koliert Labors" unci
13$ JEvury variety, stylo und prico in tho Furnituro lino. Tho
txHt ami most varied in Honolulu. Call und inspect our stock.
o;p:p &, Co.,
2nTo T-4 IClTiB Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offor to the track' on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
BootH and Shoes, Hat, Shawls,
'lothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture sP Hardware,
Bags, Bagging. Building Material, Crockery and Ghuw
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquor, Etc., Ktc.
BOLK AGENTS KOU
Oolclen. Oate yiour,
Fort Ss 0,-u.een. Streets
IS OTTR jQcIIM:.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Kobinson Bloelc."
STOLE BH0K8 FBOK HI3 FEET.
Rough Experience of a Stranger in
"I have been inaomopretly tough
towns in my life," remarked a woe
begono individual as lio pnljttl hi
way Into a down town saloon lit t
eight, "but I mvnr struck ono till
now tkore they'd pinch tint shoes
off a mauV feet." Tho man was bare
headed and in his stocking feet. H i h
woeful r ppcaratico ereated a general
laugh, and ho wan vigorously plied
with quoMions until the following
story was learned: Welsh that w I
Ida name had just beaten his waj
from tho Wt mi a freight train,
and after walking some dilancn rat
down on a ittp near Fifth and Lorn
Here ho foil alotp, and ulion he
anoke Id aboe, liat and necktie
were missing, Ho nai(l whoever did '
tho trick was pretty Mick, a ho
couM hardly got too shoos off him- ,
self. Several of hin lirt'-nort went
to t hi-ir homes near by and got old
rhoe-t for the unfur' limb:, but none,
of tlim reemed to fit. Tho ht tu i
of Wulidi liu was walking tip tho '
street with tli rod pair of time in
ono hand, a butidlo of neoktiiu in '
tho otlitir and a last summer'a strtw
hat on bin head. Philadelphia llec-,
A NEW ILLUHINANT.
Ghoapor and Moro Brilliant 7 bun
tho Ordinary Coal Oam
Aeotylonti, tho most powerful illu
midant of tho hydro-carbon?, can
now be produced on a commercial
rcalo, aaya Professor Ltwos in a
paper read hnforo tho Sooioty of
Arts. It is a odorless gap, with an
intensely peuot rating smell resetn
bling garlic, bo that the smallest
lnakage would be quickly dtocteil.
Fivo cubic feet of tho gas nlll give
a light equal to 210 caudlei for an
It in made by m'xing forty parts
by weight of finely ground chalk or
lime with twentj.four parts by
weight of any form of powdered
carbon in an eleHrio furnace aad
adding water; the product in lime
and chalcio caroide, a pound of
which will yield 5!) cubic feel of
acetylene. The carbide can bo made
for $20 a ton; the gas would coit
about $1 60 a thousand feet, but iU
illuminating power would mako ita
cost equal to coal gaa at 12 ceuti a
thousand. Nw York Sua.
WW VHY8I0IA.NS USE AM "3."
The Formula la a Survival From tha
Middle As a.
A woman of au invewUgatitig turn
of mind etnrted out the other day
to discover why physicians begin
their prescriptions with the letter
'It." Well, she found out, but it
took time and caused horaome trou
ble It acorns that during the mid
dle ages, when astrology a in I
lasuion, a cnaracter very much like
our "II" was tho sign of Jupiter, the
preserver of health. Tho physicians,
being then equally devoted to the
science of medicine and astrology,
invariably began their prescriptions
with the following words: "In the
name of Jupiter tako the following
doses in the order ret down herein
after." Iu the rourao of time this
formula was abbreviated, until at
present only the letter ''R" remains
to teach us that the medical art km
ouco associated with the science of
the atari". ltotnn Traveller.
(From V, 3. Journal tif ihdleint.)
Iit4 v, Ithout doubt tnatctl and cured mote cac. than
any living I'hy.lctan ; hUnuccctalaaataiiUlilni;. Wo
end. with a larcn botlla ot lua abinlulocurr, frr to
dxeaa. Waadvl anyone wKhlnjacuru to addrvih
l'rof. W. U. i'KBUE, V. I)., 4 C.dar SU, New York.
7b tht Publits
Owing to eitrun 111 health, It being 1m
poavlble for me to attend to buslneti,
have sold out to my forumtn, Alkx. Cms
holm, who lias been with me (or the last
ten j earn, mid Iu Vnown to ynn alt.
Ha will continue to run the bu.lnem at
th ame stand, and In the nanin line aa 1
have, hy executing the beat of work, and
doing jnstlce to ail.
I hoie yon will all trade with him, and
beatow on him the eairn klnilnea rnd pat
rnnncu na haa been given inn during tht
lait sixteen yeara.
Ail bilU duo mo will pleve bf rent In o
bonn ns (wiovenl-nt, mid Mr Chlihnlm It
nntlmiiz'd tn nreliil tli bsie.
I hereby tk the opportunity of thank
ing llm pub h for pint pitroii'ife.
1W l t'HAH HiMMKK.,
DItAKT NO. t'JI I'Oll flu I)UVVN
bv tlin Union Mil i o of Koliulu on
T. II Dm lot A, i- ii. to tho nrilor of Luhain
KnIiiim, Driift whh ln-t mur J!lHlioi,t Co 'a
bank I'awno' t hai ho u atnppul. Kin
er will iilciwe totur tn tint oUice.
A Cure Seldom Equalled in Med
Over all (Hsciisch caused hy or arllng
from impure blood, Hood's Suranpa
rilla FCCU18 to haro aunoxt magical con
trol. Even where all kinds of treat
incut utterly full, IIooiI'h Sai-Miparillu
accompliKhcfl tho ino-t remarkable.
cnrcH. In illuctration of thin, pleai-e
read Uio following frank letter of Mr.
Frceby, voluntarily emlon-eil liy the
Postmaster and DniggUt of tho towji:
" My wlfo sprained her ankle ten years
ago. It apparently got well to all outward
appearance, It being a Uttlo larger thnn
tho other anklo, but in a few months
three sorw broke out on her knee, her
ankle, and foot. They becamo
Large Running Ulcers
and tho doctor could not do anything to
help. I then took my wife to tho hospital
and tho surgeons scraped all tho lleah
round tho botch, and said they would get
well. They almost healed up, but soon
two Uttlo specks camo, one on each sldo ot
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLH8ALE AOENT8.
The business of the country i
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returued
from Ida vacation, tho cows iu the
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho cream it
richer iu consequence. Wo beliove
wo havo satisfied every one of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and wh are in a position to sup
ply a great raauy more Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
have had an opportunity to s-h just
what sort of diet our atock feed
upon, and no longer wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery are the
best. With the oxooptiou of a day
or two early in tho late unpleasant
nesaour drivers have always been
on time at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who havo been patient with ut
and to aolicit a coutiuuanco of their
patronage We will be pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adulteration.
The WAIALAE 11ANC11.
l'ur H. a. "Australia"
A SMALL INVOIUK OK
rOH BALK HY
IK J. SSTOT-iTJED
tlin first sore. Tho doctors said tho
would not amount to anything, but in a
few days they turnedout to be morn ulcers,
and In a short time they had catnn Into
the original t'orc and inn do u large wound.
Tho nurgfon next drclded that an
Operation Must Bo Performod.
My wlfo would not consent to thK I waa
about discouraged and decided to havo her
try abottloof IIood'sBnruiparllla. Uesldca
giving her this medclno wo bandaged her
foot In steeped leaves and roots and con
tinued this treatment tor tiro mon tin. At
the ond ot that ttmo alio had taken cloven
battles ot Hood's Barsaparllla, tlio sore
wero all healed and aha Is perfectly well.
My wlfo U 52 yean old and W In tho txxrt
of health." Joar.ru C. FiiK.nuv, Lou
of Long Ueach, Oil., Kiiy.i lie, knows M.
Frceby to be a man of his word, and li
hcllcvca hit statement to bo atrUUy trua.
Hood's Pills are purely vrgetatilo, and
carefully prepared from Uio bott lasredloata.
$200, $250, $275,
$375 akd $550.
$1000, $1200, $1300,
O. D. OEC.SEl,
Bale Dspoilt tlnl'dlng, 400 Kurt
Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Bta.
K. N. UEQUA Munag
Choice Wiues, Liquors, Alas,
PORTERS, ETO , ON DRAUOUT.
Half and Half on Draught
Hand-made Sour Masb
Fine CanHlmoroB, Serges,
Wli te Linens, lEto.
Suits iMaclo to Order
ON BHOKT hOriOK
CLEANING, DYEING & BEPAIRINO
O. AKIMA, - - 16 Nuuatm Htretrt.