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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 27, 18.
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New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Pr tmrk "Andrew Welch," Schooner "Robert Lowers" mid
C2J Every variety, stylo and prico in tho Furniture lino. The
hi-8t and most varied in Honolulu. Cull and inspect our stock.
KEo;piD &, Co.,
isyo V-4 King Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade on tho most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $ Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
BOLK AGENTS FOR
OolcLen Grate Dflour,
!Fort Sc Queen Streets
IS OTTIR, AJOML.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Krupp, the German gun manufac
turer, tins a fortune estimated at
Lord Chiof Justico Kussoll, of
Englnnl, has decided that Rambling
in the riru and fait of stock is not
The solo surviving tnotnbor of
Yale's class of 1822 is saiil to bo Rv.
Dr. Edward Bi'ocher, a brother of
Henry Ward Boochor. Ho it nearly
92 years old.
There is a project to oroct in Bos- I
ton an equestrian statue to General
Joo Hooker, and a group of statues
of Generals Grant, Sherman aud !
Tho Marquis of DownOiireis the
wealthiest Irish poor. His estate in
that country totals 111,021 acres,
with a roveuuo of $100,000 a year.
His English estates add f2.',000 to
Prince Bismarck rocontly satd to a
visitor that he had oidy one serious
complaint to tnako agaiust old age,
that was that ho had been obliged
of late to abstain almost entirely
of France, has returned to Paris,
and those who havo met him say
that ho looks like a dilTorent man,
at least five years younger than
when canyiug tho burden of ofllce.
Mayor Schioron, of Brooklyn, 1ms
expressed uiuisolt emphatically op
posed to tho city doing its own eleo
trie lighting. He says municipal
owuorship aud oporatiou havo in
noarly every case proved a failure.
One of the most noted architects
of Boston, Dennis Koardon, ha) been
totally-blind since his ninth yoar.
He designed the plans for tho Bos
ton library, the Natural History
Building and many other prominent
Michael Moore, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., was a soldier of the war of 1812,
and on the close of hostilities enlist
ed in the regular trmr aud con
tinued in active servico until the
close of 1872. He will bo 95 years
old on the Fourth of July.
Gladstone has become very sensi
tive to the odor of tobacco in his
old age. He dislikes it intensely,
and the surest way to obtain his an
tagonism is to go mto bis presouce
with the odor of a cigar or a pipe on
William H. Gray, of the Andover
Press, has been a printer for sixty
one years. He is able to sot typo in
Germtn, Syriac, Turkish, Arabic,
Samaritan, Ethionic, Hebrew, Cop
tie and English. He is a very fair
Groek scholar. Mr. Gray is now in
his seventy-fourth year, and is got
ting rather frail.
Persons who are subject to attacks
of bilious colic will bo pleased to
know that prompt relief may be had
by taking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
icts ouicklv and ran always be de
pended upon. In many cases tho
attack may be prevented by taking
this remedy as soon as the first indi
cation of the disease appears. 25
and f0 cent bottles, for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Does Not Want State Stablos
Governor Morton's fine modesty
was illustrated in the assombly, au
Albany, N. Y., dispatch states.
Chairman Aiusworth, of the assem
bly committee on ways and means,
arose to a question of privilege and
said that the aution ot himself and
several of his republican colleagues
in voting to report advorsoly the
bill appropriating $25,000 to build a
stable for the executive mansion has
been misconstrued into a slap at the
governor. "I wish to state," addod
r. Aiusworth, ''that it was only
after the governor personally re
quested ma to hold this bill in com
mittee that I reluctantly concluded
to vote against it. The governor
assured me that on the ground of
economy ho would veto the bill
should it be sent to him, but did not
desire to gain cheap notoriety by
disapproving a measure persoual to
Prom U, & Journal 0 MedUlnt.)
ha without doubt treated and cured more cue than
any living l'hytlctan ; hit iuccci l aetonlihlng. We
IlepublUhcaaYaluablcvrorkonthiidltrate which he
aenda with a large Lot tin of tin abiolnte enre, free to
any auffcrerwhomay aend tliclrl'.O, and Eipread.
drcaa. We ajvlno anyone wuhlng acure to aildn ,
I'ror. W. II. 1'KCh.u, r.v., lanur w., new i or.
A dunce for Horsemen
t Lfitrst ImpiOYdd Frozlor Sulky
With Pneumatic Wliel. Alto,
1 St Ball Bering High Wherl.
All in Flrbt-olaea Order. Inqul'n of
13U.U O. W. MAUKAKI.ANK.
Tho restoring and Invigorating pro
perties of Ilood'ri Sarsiiparillii, com
bined with its power to vitalizo and
enrich tho blood, render it peculiarly
mlnptcd for all troubles peculiar
to women, Unit tired feeling, or
debility, cniihed by clmngo of
season, climate or life. "Many weak
women have found in Hood's Siirsa
purilla just tho blood purifying and
vitalizing properties so much needed
at tho critical timo of life. It invig
orates tho system and all tho organs to
healthy action and endows tho body
with renewed vigor mid jH-rfect hcaltli.
Such was tho experience of Mrs. Isa
Griggs, whoso letter follows:
" Ennls, Texas, Sept. 22, 1894.
" O. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Msm.:
" Dear Sirs: I feci It Is courtesy duo to
yon to state what Hood's Saraaparllla has
done for me. About fifteen years ago,
Hood's Si Cures
local troubles, which developed Into a
serious affection, caused me much pain.
I suffered 'almost death; was unconscious
for hours at different times. Every doc
tor with whom I treated
Cavo Mo Morphine
as of courso I had to havo some relief In
order to live. I underwent a surgical
operationhoping my weakness would be
Hood's Pills euro names, sick hc.nl.icho,
indigestion, blUousneiJ. bolJ brail UrussUU.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AQENT3.
You may have
many hours of comfort by not
Take the hint. Don't buy
I'er 8. H. "Australia"
A SMALL INVOICE OF
KOIl BALK HY
KG J. 3STOLTID
ovcrcomo and the ubo of morphlno dis
continued, but It was not so decreed. X
broke, out with bolls from tho puncture
and somo of tho places had proud tlcnh In
them for a month or so. Last winter I
commenced to have tlioso risings again.
I waa taking eight punctures a day, a total
of ono and ono-halt grains of morphine.
Last Juno I
Began to Take Hood's
Sarsaparllla. I have taken over seven
bottles of tho medicine and also several
boxes of Hood's Tills. When I com
menced taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I
weighed only 112 pounds. Now I weigh
over 120 pounds and am In better health
than for tho past fifteen years. I am now
approaching 60 years of ago. Formerly I
was covered with eruptions ; now my skin
Is clear of them. I can truly say Hood's
Sarsaparllla, has no equal for poor run
down women. I am well known hero In
Ennls, and am a native of Texas. Every
one who has not seen mo for a long time
How Woll I Am Looking.
I had a eovcro attack of tho grip last win
ter. I continued to toko Hood's Baroapa
rills, and with benefit. Whenever I find
my health giving way I shnll resort to
Hood's Sarsaparllla." Mrs. Iha Gltiaos.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable, care
fully prepared from the best IngrcdlouU, 23c,
$200," $250, $275.
$375 ad $550.
exckllknt location, vv
Magnificent View .
MOO, $1200, $1300.
O. !D. CHASE
Bate Deposit Baildlnjr, 400 Fort
Corner Nuuanu and Hotel 8ts.
K. N. IlEQUA, Manage-
Gbolce Wines, Liquors, Ales,
PORTERS, ETC., ON DRAUQHT.
Half and Half on Draught
Hand-made Sour Masb
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino Casslmoros, Serges,
Whlto Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AK1MA, - - -16 Nuuanu Strem,