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THE DAU.V BUI LETTS'. APRIL 29. 1895.
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JrftrSaTis WSELE? aEt7 PACKED I h vtrir uccEAa 13
l'tfrf IMJUxl' SPECIALLY POP DPAHN, jgf 'j
Stop That Cough!
6 S3 Fort Street..
C. E.Williams & Son
ESTABLISH ED 1 SB.
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clincher
3TK.OM: SS5 00 TJP3.
Also a Fine Lot of CHIFFONIERS of the Latest Designs nnd 1'atterut
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Koll o! 40 Yards, $12.00.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
war TEJILiEJFKCO NE IT
Pioneer Furniture House
609 AND 611
tram all tne celebrated
Factories in the United
IMPOBTKU8, WHOLE8ALK AND RETAIL DBALBH8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Daily Bulletin 50c. per Month
316 Fort Street.
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PALM'K VASTS A HUKOS Off'.
Gtvea Hi Opinion
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In rnp'y ti iir-Hoii rtiiitKl-
ly h hi -il pii-r. Senator I'aliur. nl
, Tilt' tlfXl t'ltloU.'ll (li'ltHMTAlil.'
i convention will nut dvclnro in favor
, of tho fri-f find unlimited cohiHgu
of silver, ben;it if if li so it would
I not repn-eut t h- )ftiio f :vt ii parly.
Tho democratic par'y i'i fiMtiuiitti'd
to t hi coinag. uf ilollnte of pqunl
acceptability and v.duo in th Mar
kets and in payment of (loot, and
no democrat believes that t lit- fron
and unlimited coinage of silver upon
1 th piesent or any other suggested
I rstio would produce silvor dollars
of equal acceptability and vnluu
with the gold dollar of 25 8-10
i grains. There are parties whioli
favor tho ire and iiulitniteJcoinago
of silver dollar of 4I2J grains of
standard silver, without auy nxpec
tation that the dollar they propose
will be of equal acceptability and
value with the gold dollar. Thoy
look to a silver standard of value an
tho logical and necessary result of
the free and unlimited coinage of
silver on the present ratio. But the
democratic party will stand on tho
Chicago platform, which demands
the equality in value and usefulness
of the dollars of gold and silvor.
Every effort should be made to
bring silver coinage up to tho pros
out staudard of values, but the pres
ent standard of value should uot
be lowered to meet tho reduced
value and Acceptability of the silvor
coinazn, whinh would be the nocos
sary effect of tho free coinage of sil
vor upon tho present or any othor
ratio which has been sugpoated.
Before tho campaign of 189G the
country will again becouio prosper
ous as the result of its own resources
aud tho energy of our people, so
i that ueither tho monetary nor tariff
1 question will bo of controlling im
J The folly of tho free silvor oraz-i
. will be manifest when prosperity
1 returns, iiufore that time tho tariff
' of 1891, which is at om-o tho most
just aud reasonable of all legislation
of its cla9 which had marked our
history, will have demonstrated its
value. The republicans of tho fifty
1 fourth congress rely upon the cer
, tainty that Mr. Cleveland will re
fuse to approve any measure which
seems to look to a return to the
principles of protection and will
demonstrate that the controlling i-'
sues in 18 will be based upon tho
policy of annexation. Tho republi
can party will attempt to annex tho
Sandwich Islands and Cuba, and I
predict that in 1890 tho country
will be prosperous, tho monetary
and tariff questions will bo treated
! as of small consequence, and tho
political issueB forced upon tho
country will be a great navy and au
expensive jingoism supported by
turgiu appeals to American patri
Healunl Boat Club Becrption.
The Heslaui Boat Club will give a
grand reception in honor of tho
oponiiiK of its new boathouso ou
Thursday evening, May 9. Tho fol
lowing committees have been ap
pointed: Arrangements T. P. Lansing, A.
V. Gear, P. W. McChesney, J. P.
Clay, G. E. Boardman,C. F. Herriok,
A. Lucas, H. P. Wichman, A. Brown,
O. V. Macfarlane.
Invitations A. L. C. Atkinsou, C.
H. Atherton, A. W. Keech, W. P.
Finance T. P. Lansing, A. Brown.
Printing aud Music A. V. Gear,
J. F. Clay.
Decorations Al. Lucas C. P.
Herriok, A E. Murphy, Goo. Ord
way, Fred. Hammer,
nefreshmouts P. W. McChesnej,
F. L. Waldron, J. A. Konuedv.
Receptiou C. W. Macfarlane, G.
E. Board in a ii, E. It. Stackablf, M.
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Special Doctors for Chronic,
I'riinte wul Wasting
Dr. Ueblp's Invlcorator the grentent re
medy for Bfiiilnul WeaUnecs, Iihs of Mn-
mutureneaa and iirepfires nil for marriage
nit) a uiuifs, piruaurta uuu r'Biuin)iuiivii'B;
l trial bottle given or tent tree to any one
describing symptoms; call or address 400
uenrvrti., private emrnwe hki maBtin ai
Hun Kruiiplvn, lll.H-3.1lv
HOUSE FOB BALK,
t-j Inir Horse, t
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sized and showy ntiimul
d.&i-u uuu sum, j niutiiui.
for sate. Also n gool
M118. 0. W. ABHKOUI),
1300-tf Near Ico Works.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
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j.1 tor a lew porsoni tin ira ui
had at Ilnnlwni, on the Vnl-i.f?
klkl beach. 5w-
W. 8. BAUTI.KTT,
If you are out oj Bill Headt, Istter
lleadi, rtc., w can tvpply them.
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WE OFKBK BOMB VKHY CHOICE
bj'M on the pri'm'n-s (ortnerlr
owiud by J. A. Hnsa'DRer, Km)., located
bctwefn l'onsacoli ai.d 1'llkol streets.
I TheBO I"ts are of uniform s t 80x170,
which Is as larg an inont i orsons like to
havo the care id, The soil Is very rich and
there are many well grown Fruit and Or.
nniiiPnlal Troc on all of tho Lois.
If you want a home in a Rood, quiet, res
pvctab'e and hralthy neighliorhood, take
one or mom of tti'ne Ixts, which we oner
at reasonable price" mi'' U"n eny Urnih
1 as to payment.
ttw For particulars Bpplj to
i Tbe Uawaliao Safe Deposit ana InvbU
409 r'ort Streot.
Fino Horse Stock
The Celebrated Bayswster Bullion
Also the Splendid
SPAN OF GRAYS
By "Ivanhoe" are for sale. Apply to
130Mf Bay Horse Stables.
Boon for Dairymen
OWNERS OF COWS!
POTTIE'S CELEBRATED SPICE
For Ml'ch Cows and Young Stock.
Acts as a tonlo an 1 greatly Inurcssus and
enriches the milk. Young Stock will thrlvo
and (lovelop fully 60 por cunt, by Its use.
Sold In 7 lb. bags at lGc. per lb.
C W MACFARLANE,
Agent for Dr. Pottle's llemidlcs,
W. M. SMITH,
WILL PUT IN-
Everything in the Electric
fo? Reftrs toE.O.IIull &
Son, where orders may he left.
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Are Keel villi: Niirt Inviili-t nf
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY KVKKY STKAMKH
Where they aru (ully prepared to do aU
kinds of work In tlio latest etylos, nt
I tuc shortest notice and nt the
most Reasonable. Hates.
Flot Job Wort. In Colors a Specialty!
Kxmiteil In Uiu Most Attractlvt
Read tho followltig partial list of spec.
laities and get tho Jiui.i.KTiN'a prices be
foro placing your orders, lly so dolu
you will save both time and money.
Rills of Lading,
Funeral Cards, ,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of every vuricty,
Petitions in any lunguagb,
Euvolopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Hcorea & Records,
Porpctuul Washing Lists,
General Rook Work,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc,
Printed and Blocked when desired.
lr No Job Is allowed to leave the ol
flce until It gives satisfaction.