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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 30, 1896.
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New Furniture !
New Furniture !
l'nr Imrk "Andrew Welch," Schooner "Kohort Lowers" ami
t" Every variety, stylo and price in tho Furniture lino. Tho
txmt and most varied in Honolulu. Call and inspect our stock.
Hopp &, Co.,
ISTo. 7" 4 King Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to tho trade on tho most liberal terror their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hate, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $ Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
BOLK AGENTS FOR
Oolden. Gate riour,
Fort Sc Queen Streets
IS OTTR. .AJLTUE.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
BUS MONET STOLEN.
It ii Taken from tho Nuuanu Tram
ways Ofllco An Arrest Made.
Tho drivor of oun of tho bupeoa
belouging to tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Co. had $10 iitolon from him
yesterday eroniug. Ho had put the
money in a depository iu llio ofllco
at tho oar terminus on Nuuanu
street. When ho returned ho found
tho money missing. Suspicion at
onco fell oli Dan 1'ahau, who was
tho only ono in tho vicinity when
tho money was put awnj. Later in
tho oveuing Pali mi, who had not
boon known lo work for eonio
tinio, was noticed to bo flush with
money, which ho disponed of
froely, "treating" to driulcs, etc.
This morning Ofilcor Kaapa found
Pahau iu a drunken stupor on Nuu
anu street, and on tcnrohingliim '
found $2.50. When tho man bo
comes sober ho will bo interviewed
about tho remainder of tho money.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY OLUB.
Officers Elected for tho Ensuing Year
at Annual Meeting.
At tho annual meeting of tho
Hawaiian Jockoy Club held yester
day ovouing in tho PaciGo Club, tho '
following oflicors were elected for
tho ensuing year:
H. A. Widemann, prosidont; J. A. i
Cummins, vice-president; Jas. O. !
Sponcor, treasurer; S. Q. Wildor,
Executive committee: H. Fooke,
Sam Louisson and J. F. Clay. Six
teen new members were electod.
"We take pleasure in recommend
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
because it is praised by all who try
it," says J. W. Cox & Son, druggists,
Marsh field, Oregon. No one afflicted
with a throat or lung trouble can
use this remedy without praising it.
It always gives prompt reliof. It it
especially valuablo for colds as it
relieves the lungs, makes breathing
easier and aids expoctoration. A
cold will never, result in pneumonia
when this remedy is taken and rea
sonable care exercised. For sale by
all dealers. Benson Smith & Co.,
sgents for tho Hawadan Islands.
From V. 3. Journal viMMnr.)
Prof.W.II.Pke,who makr. pttliltjr of Epllfjwr,
Ins without doubt treated and cured more ca.ta than
any liriDg l'hynlclon ; lilaeucccu la atonIhlng. We
He publlihcaavaluablework on Una dit tut whlcb, he
eends vlth a large bottle of hn cnnoluto cure, f rte to
any aallercrwhomayacnd their P.O. andExpma ad
dm. We advlae anyone wit hlng a cute to addrtii,
lrof. W. U. l'EEKK, V. D., 4 Cedar SU, New York.
Boon for Dairymen
OWNERS OF COWS!
POTTIE'S CELEBRATED SPIGE
For HXcb Cows aid Yonng Stock.
Acts as a tonlo sni greatly increases and
enriches the milk. Yonng Stock will thrive
and develop fully 50 percont. by Its use.
Sold In 7 lb. bags at 16o. per lb.
O W MACPARLANE,
Agent for Dr. Pottlo's Itemedtes.
Dr. LIEBIG ft CO.
Special Doctort for Chronic,
Ftivat ami Waiting
Dr. Lleblg's Invlaorator the greatest re
medy for Seminal Weakness, Lbas of Man
hood and Private Diseases, overcomes Pre
matareness and prepares all for marriage
life's duties, pleasures and responsibilities;
II trial bottle given or sent free to any one
describing symptoms: call or address 400
Geary 8t, private entrance 406 Mason St.,
Bin ffranHiro, IIIIUWIt
U the Publie:-
Owlng to extreme lit health, it being Ine
posilble for me to attend to business, 1
have sold out to my foreman, Alix. ruts'
uolm, who has been wi'li m for the last
ten years, and is known to ynu all.
He will continue to ran the business at
the fame stand, and In the same line as 1
have, by executing the best of work, and
doing justice lo all
I hope yoa will all trade with him, and
bestow on him the same ilrvtne-a and pal.
ronace as lia boeu given mu during th
last sixteen years.
All bills due me will pleae b vent In at
soon as convenient, mid Mr Ublsholm It
aathorlzed to receipt the same.
I hereby tkn the opixirtunlty ol thank
ing the publlo for pant pntrornye.
130S.IW Oil AH HAMMER.
THIS! PA PFR ' W "n file at B. 0.
iniO rArfJll HAKE'S AdverfKliij.
Agency, 111 aud 01 Merchant's Kxchanire.
San Krancipco, Calllomln, where contiaote
for nilvertislni.' can he nmilo for II.
If you, are out of Bill Jleadu, letter
lhadt, etc., vit can lupply thtm,
Mr. J), n.
The poisons with which the svfitcm in
permentrd in typhoid, innlnrltil mid
ncarlct fevers, ami other wasting dis
eases, arc not easily gotten rid of.
When tho patient gets " on his feet"
once more, the .uncertain step and feel
ing of intense weakness remind him of
the severe struggle he has been through.
Often tho poisonous accumulations
in tho blood break out in dreadful
sores, and then what misery must bo
endured no ono can tell!
Tho incstlmablo vnluo of Hood's Sar
saparilla in all such cases, to thoroughly
purify tho blood and drive out the last
vcstlgo of deadly poison, is well indi
cated in the following letter from Mr.
"Blochcr, Ark., Sept. 6, 1894.
" C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Hum.:
"Dear Sin: Up to the 26th of Decem
ber, 1893, I had enjoyed good health. I
had not had a spell of fever since 1850 and
but little sickness of any klndi On the
above date I was taken down with sick
ness, which developed Into slow fever and
confined mo to my room for six weeks.
During my illness a severe pain settled In
my left leg below the kneo. Tho calf of
The Leg 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
with a doctor who was said to bo ono of
tho best at that ptaco. I took his prescrip
tions and special baths for two weeks and
then returned homo and continued tho
treatment for somo days. When I had
nearly finished with tho cottrso of treat-
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
You may have
many hours of comfort by not
Toko tho hiut. Don't buy
Per B. 8. "Anitralia"
A SMALL INVOICE OK
FOU BALK BV
H J. N-OLTJE
ment prescribed nt Hot Spring", I went to
bed with a second attack of fever. My
limbs began to break out with something
like eczema, which extended all over my
body. From tho top of my head to the
soles of my feet
I Was Covorod With Plmploa.,
Every sweat poro Bcomed to bo llllcd with
a clear sticky fluid, which when dried
would become a small black scab. Tho
flesh was swollen and tho Itching was so
lntenao I could not sleep but for a few
minutes at a time. No tonguo can Jail
and no pen can write what I suffered.! In
the morning, where I had slept at night,'
the bed looked as though a handful of
wheat bran had been thrown upon It.'
This luted four or Ave weeks before I got
relief. I was reduced to almost a skeleton.
I could not bear any weight upon my left,
foot, and I was without an appetite. l
called In my family doctor again and he
gave mo some relict and
Advised Me to Take Hood's
Sarsaparllla. When I had used one bottle
my appetite had returned. I am now tak
ing from the fifth bottle and feel like a
new man. My skin Is as smooth as could
bo desired and I feel as well as ever. I am
SO years old, was born and raised in Ham
ilton County, Tcnn., and havo lived In
this state about cloven years. The above
facts can bo proven by any of my neigh
bors, and I send you thin, my statement,
so that you may glvo It to tho public for
tho benefit of other sufferers, It yon so
doslro." D. B. Braofielo.
Hood's Pills are tho best family cathartic
and liver medicine. Harmless, reliable, sure.
$200, $250, $275'.
$375 and $550.
$1000, $1200, $1300.
O. ID. OH jSlSB
Safe Deposit Building, iOO Fort
Comer Nuuanu and Hotel Bts.
E. N. ItEQUA, - - . - . Manage
Choice Wines, Liquors, Ale&
PORTERS, ETC., ON DRAUOHT,
Half and Half on Draught
MoBR A.-5TBJK.' S
Hand-made Sonr Mash
Fino Casslmeres, Serges,
White Linens, Etc.
Suits Mado to Ordej
ON BH011T NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AKIMA, - - 46 Nuuauu St ran.