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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 2, 1895.
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Pr bark " Andrew "Woldi," Schoonor "Itobort Lowers" and
leST Every variety, stylo and prico in tho Furnituro lino. Tho
best and most varied in Honolulu. Call and inspect our stock.
lEiopip & Co.,
XTo 74 King Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Ilata, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture jP Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLK AGENTS FOR
Oolcien O-ctto Flour,
Fort Sp 0,-u.eexx Streets
IS CDTTTt JTbK.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Kobinaon Block."
PAKVKLVa AGED MOTHEB.
Beaten and Robbed in a Lonely Bpot
at Bordentown, If J.
BonDENTOWN, N. J., April 19. Mrs.
Dolia T. Parnell, mother of tho Into
Charles Stewart Parnfll, who lives
at Ironsides, overlooking tho Dela
ware River, uuar hero, was found
blooding and unconscious lato Inst
nifjht by Charlos Casojr, a sou of tho
farmor who has charge of tho faun
at Ironsides. Whilo descending a
hill which marks tho boundary of
tho property formerly occupied by
Mrs. 1'arnoll's father, young Casoy
Hurrying to tho spot ho found
Mrs. Parnell lying beside the fenco,
with her fnco covered with blood.
By her side woro two small pieces of
board, a pieco of jiico paling about
threo feet long and a brick. Help
was obtained and she was curried to
tho homo of Parmer Casey.
Dr. W. H. Shipps, who was hastily
summoned, tuado an oxnmiuiuntiou
and fouud that, besides several'
bruises about tho face, tho womau
had a lacerated wound on tho right
side of her hoad. Mrs. Parnell is
unconscious, and becauso of her ad
vancod ago her condition is regarded
as critical. Her handbag was fouud
alongsido tho railroad track near by,
her pockot-book missing aud papers
scattered in all directions.
This circumstauco lends prob
ability to tho thoory that she was
brutally astaultod and robbed. Mrs.
Parnell frequently camo to this
place at night and remained uutil a
lato hour. She was bore last night.
At noon Mrs. Parnell lay in an
unconscious condition. The au
thorities aro eonvinoed that she was
assaulted aud robbed, and have
sent telegrams to all the near-by
cities and towns asking that a look
out bo kept for a man of medium
height with a smooth face, wearing
a light overcoat and a dorby hat,
who was seon in the vicinity about
the time tho assault is believed to
have been committed.
Mrs. Parnell's houso on tho hill,
about a mile from Bordontown, is
known as ''Ironsides." It is a hig,
old, two-story structure and was
built by her father many years ago.
It is as dreary a place as one could
Tho aged woman has no close ac
quaintances in Bordentown, and
previous to 1890 had boon living in
destitution. In that year Congress
granted hor a ponsion of $f0 per
month. At that time sho lived alone
in a bleak house, tho only othor per
son about her 800' acres being a
gardoner. During 1838 and 1889, in
a fit of desperation, the aged woman
stripped tho houso of furnituro in
order to obtain food, and the rooms
have never been refittod. Mrs. Par
noil had often oxprussed a desire to
go abroad before the death of her
son, Charles Stewart Parnoll. She
was onco asked why she did not ask
him to aid hor. Sho replied, "He is
at the nnd of his moans."
(from U, 8. Journal Mtdtelne.)
I'rof.W.H.Pwke,whomkeaa peclAltyof Epllepay,
hu without doubt treated and cured more caaea than
He pabllthraavaluableworkontbiadlaeate which ho
aenda with a large bottle of hie aba olutecnre, free to
any autlercr who may aend their P.O. and RipreM ad
drew. We adrlae anyono wllhlnc actue to ajdrtu,
Prof. W. U. 1'KEKK, 1'. ., 4 Cedar at., New York.
N. F. BURGESS
It now prepared to repair Garden Hose,
Sprinklers, Water Tape, et. Haw Filing
and all kinds of Tools sharpened, Inclnrl.
In Carving Knives ami ttcUrors: Lawn
Movers a tnecia'tv; also Sotting Olass; In
fart all kinds of Jobbing. Work called for
and returned. King up 8)2 Mutual Tele
phone. M70 tf
HO YEN KBB & CO.,
41 Nmianu tumn
Tinsmiths. Plnmbinu, Etc.
UltnmCTCKY ni1 OI.AHHWAIIR
JOB PRINTING ffoft&WJ!;
Ilui letin I'i'ni.iBiiiNd Co . Ln. KirBt-cIn.it
Commercial Work a Specialty. Ksilmate
Klvnn. Orders promptly execute'!.
1 you are out oj Bill Head, Letter
Iltadt, etc, vr. can lupply thfvi.
Pleasant Valley, New York.
Mnny suffer from Perloin disorder
of tho liver and stomach. InipuritieN
in tho blood tend to poison the vital
lltiitl. Tho fiilluro of tliu orgaiH to
properly reinovo tho wusto from the
system allows tho germs of diseao to
accumulate and not until tho whole
system Is affected do ninny realize that
Impure blood Is the cause of nil their
trouble. Mr. Sidney S. Mustcn of
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., whoso teotlino
nlnl letter follows, Is a well known
painter. Ills health was Impaired by
load poison aud gradually his whole
system becamo affected. He resorted
to Hood's Sarsupnrilla nnd in it found
a purifier of tho blood nnd a restorer of
tho liver and kidneys to natural action ;
In short, a good appetite and renewed
strength aud vigor has followed his
taking Hood's Bui-Mintirilhi. Read and
" Pleasant Valley, N. Y.f Aug. 10, 1KM.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Gentlemen: I am a houso painter by
trade and have been troubled with liver
complaint for about ten years. I have al
so suffered much from constipation, being
obliged to tako a cathartic every few days.
I have used many different kinds of Pills
which gavo mo only temporary relief. In
tho night I would wake up and my mouth
would bo so dry It would seem almost im
possible to get molsturo enough to wet it.
I had a great deal of troublo also in my
side under my short ribs. It would often
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
You may have
many hours of comfort by not
Take the hint. Don't buy
Per S. B. "Australia"
A SMALL INVOICE OP
I'OU SALR tY
EC J. nSTOLTHl,
lliJO-U Fort Street.
extend up my back under my right
shoulder so severely 1 would bo
Obliged to Stop Work,
and He flat on my back to get relief. I
had a great deal of headache and my ap
petite wan very poor. In fact, for tho last
year, I havo been all broken up. I have
treated with six different doctors who
helped mo only for a short time. Some
said I had enlargement of tho liver and
another that it waa
Duo to Lead Poison
and that I would hae to give up the)
painting business. About tho middle of
April last I was obliged to give up work
entirely for a week. I told my wife that I
was discouraged and aho finally persuaded
mo to tako Hood's Harsaparllla. I had
taken a great mnny different mediclnwi
and all had fulled, but I decided to make
ono moro trial and bought a bottle of
Hood's Harsaparllla. Iicforo it bad all
been taken I felt better and now, having
taken three bottles I havo no troublo with
my aldo. I nm frco from constipation and
havo a good apjivt Ite. I ork e cry day, and
Fool Llko a Now Man,
thanks to Hood's Sarsaparilla. I recom
racud it to all as one of tho best tonlca on
tho market, and I intend to continue
taking it from timo to time." Sidnky 8.
Hood's PIUS aro the beat after-dinner
pills, assist digestion, provent constipation.
$200, $2.50, $275.
$375 akd $550.
- AI.80 -
$1000, $1200, $1300.
O. 3D. CHASE
Safe Deposit Building, 400 I'ort
Corner Nnuann and Hotel Bti.
R. N. KKQUA, . - - . . - Manage'
Choice Wines, Liquors, Ales,
PORTERS, ETC., ON DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught
Hand-made Sonr Mash
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino Casslmoros, Serges,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Mndo to Order
OS BHOItT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRINO
C. AKIMA, - - 46 Nuunuti Strwi