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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 8, 1895
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New Furniture !
New Furniture !
' Per bark "Andrew .Welch," Schooner "Robert Lewora" and
K Every variety, stylo and price in the Furniture lino. The
bost and most varied in Honolulu. Call and inspect our stock.
KoiPiP &, Co.,
No T-4: Kline Street.
I 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, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $ Hardware,
- Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
OolcLen ca-ette Floior,
Fort & Q,-u.eerL Streets
IS OTTIR, -A-IIMI.
Convicted by the Telephone.
Tho telephone as a meaus of inti
midation is certainly a novel idea.
It is tho inrention of a polico-iu-spoctor
at Odessa. A Jew was one
day brought into tho police-station
charged with having committed a
sorious robbery. Tho iuspoctor had
somo difficulty in proving tho case,
and had recourso to an ingenious
stratagem. Ho wont to tho tele.'
phono in an adjoining room, and
asked the clerk at tho central office,
at a given signal, to speak into the
, instrument tho following words, in
1 a solemn tone:
I "Istuo Smeliauski, you must con
fess tho robbery; if you don't you
I aro suro to be suntenced, and your
J punishmont will be all the more '
Ho then sent for tho prisoner and
questioned him again, threatening j
to appeal to tho "machino" to got &t '
tho truth. The thief hero burst
into a laugh, but tho inspector hold
tho tolephouo to his ear and gavo
the precoucortod signal. Tho result
was as expected. The rogue, terri
fied by tho warning uttered by tho
uncanny "machine," at onco made a
clean breast of it. Exchange
Any ono who has over had an at
1 tack of inflammatory rheumatism
; will rojoico with Mr. J. A. Stumm,
220 Boyle Heights, Los Angeles,
j over his fortunato escapo from a
siege of that distressing ailment.
Mr. Stumm is foreman of Merriam's
I coufectionory establishment. Somo
' months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the stroot
on an orrand, ho was caught out in
the rain. Tho result was that when
ready to go homo that night ho was
unablo to walk, owing to inilamma
, tory rheumatism. He was taken
homo, and on arrival was placed in
1 front of a good firo aud thoroughly
rubbed with Chamberlain's l'aiu
t Balm. During the evening and night
he was repeatedly bathoU with this
liniment, and by morning was re
1 lievod of all rheumatio pains. He
now takot especial ploasuro in pram
! ing Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and
always keeps a bottle, ?f i ! tto
I house, for sale by all dealers, Bon
I son Smith & Co., agents for tho Ha
I TO LEiT.
i several Cottages at Moderate Rentals.
FOR SALE ON EAST TERMS.
Houoe Lots, IK miles from
Post Office, on
and near Kl
Ini: Street, a few stuns I
beyona tne Kaiuensmeim
lk- This oilers a good chance to secure '
Homesteads at moderate prices. With an
nexation assured In the noar future, n
H uto I)t so noar the business center
forms ono of the most desirable Invest
ments for a bmall sum of money. I
h- Corporations or anyone desiring .
to invent In Large Tracts of Suburban
Land can he accommodated at reasonable i
ilgnres with Tracts of from 6, 10 to CO
Cfe- Land on the other Islands, in '
Tracts suitablo for a Dairy, Hng ltanch or
Collee and Slaal Plantation lor sale or
leaso. Knmilre of
1282-3IH E. M. NAKUINA.
ENHY H WILLIAMS AND ED-
ward A. Williams have this day ills-
tolved the partnership heretofore existing
jetween them under tho lirm name ol
Pioneer Furniture Company as well as of
Williams Brothers in the Furniture and
Ondertaklng Business in Honolulu, In the
Island of Oabu.
Henry H. Williams retires from said
drm and business and Edward A. Wil
liams remains in said business, having
formed a partnership therein with his
father, 0. E. Williams.
The new firm consists of 0. E. Williams
tnd E. A. Williams, and henceforth wilt
sarry on said Farnlture and Undertaking
Business In said Honolulu, under the firm
name of 0. E. Williams & Son.
The new firm will collect all accounts
owing to the old Arm and pay all liabilities
Dated March 30th. A. I) ISM.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
1303-2W 0. E. WILLIAMS.
FOB SALE OB LEASE
A Valuable Fish Pond
Yielding n fcufo Income. Address
UiiSiu 11CM.KTI.N Ofllce.
(broken to saddle
I anil ImrnesH) Harness
nml l.lrlif Knsv llruke.
The outfit 0 cssli. A
I Address "!).," this Ofllce.
M r3 . 1 5a
Tho restoring nml invigorating pro
pciiies of Ilood'rt Snrcnpnrllln, com
bined with Ha power to vitalize and
enrich the blued, render It peculiarly
adapted for all troubles peculiar
to women, that tired feeling, or
debility, caused by change of
season, climate or life. Many weak
women have found in Hood's Sarsa
parilla jut tho blood purifying and
vitalizing properties so much needed
at tho critical timo of life. It invig
orates tho syHtcin and all tho organs to
healthy action and endows the body
with renewed vigor and perfect health.
Such was tho experience of Mr. Isu
Griggs, whoso letter follows:
" Cnnls, Texas, Sept. 22, 1894.
" C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" Dear Sirs: I (eel It is courtesy duo to
yOU tO BtatO What llarui'm RarMIMrllU has
uuno lor mo. About nitecn years ago,
local troubles, which developed Into a
serious affection, caused mo much pain.
Isuffercd-almost death; was unconscious
for hours at different times. Every doc
tor with whom I treated
Cavo Mo Morphlno
as ot courso I bad to hnvo soma relief in
order to live. I underwent a surgical
operation, hoping my weakness would bo
Hood's Pills euro nausea, slclc hc.iii.icho,
indigestion, biliousness. Sola by all druggists.
HOBR-ON DRTJQ COMPANY, 'WHOLESALE AGENTS.
You may have
many hours o comfort by not
Take the hint. Don't buy
Per S. S. "Australia"
A SMALL INVOICE OF
FOlt SALE Y
h J. nsroLTis
6 r i 9 9 s
ovcrcomo and tho uao ot raorphlno dis
continued, but It was not so decreed. I
broko out with bolls from tho punctures
and somo ot tho places bad proud flesh In
them tor a month or so. Last winter I
commenced to havo thoso risings again.
I was taking clffht punctures a day, a total
ot ono and ono-half grains ot morphine.
Last Juno I
Began to Takt) Hood's
Sarsaparllla. I have taken over seven
bottles ot the medlclno and also several
boxen ot Hood's Pills. When I com
menced taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I
weighed only 112 pounds. Now I weigh
over 125 pounds and am in better health
than for tho past flltecn years. I am now
approaching 50 years ot ago. Formerly I
was covered with eruptions; now my skin
Is clear ot them. lean trnlr r TTrwul'a
narxaimrllla ha no onual for noar run.
I down women. I am well known hero iu
Ennis, and am a natlvo of Toxas. Every
ono who has not seen ma for a long timo
How Well I Am Looking.
I had a sovero attack of tho grip last win
ter. I continued to tako Hood's Sarsapa
rllla, and with benefit. Whenever I flud
my health giving way I shall resort to
Hood's Sarsaparllla." Mns. IflA Quioos.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable-, care
fully prepared from the best lngTodlenU. 20c
$200, $250, $275.
$375 asd $550.
- ALSO -
$1000, $1200, $1300.
O. 3D. CHASE
Safe Deposit Building, 400 Fort
Corner Nuaanu and Hotel Bts.
E. N. ItEQUA, Manage)
Choice Wines, Liquors, Ales,
POUTERS, ETC., ON DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught.
Hand-made Sour Masb
Fine Casslmoros, Serges,
"White Linens, Etc
Suits Made to Ordei
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRINC
C. AKIMA . 46 Nuuauu Strem.