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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 10, 1895.
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Per bark "Andrew Welch," Schoouor "Robert Lowers" and
1" Every variety, stylo and price in the Furniture line. Tho
best and most varied in Honolulu. Call and inspect our stock.
:Ho;pp Sc Co.,
JSTo. 74 Xing Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to tho 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 sP Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLK AGENTS FOR
Oolcien. Oate Flour,
Fort Ss Q,T3.ee:ci. Streets
IS OTTIR, JJIJSL..
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Bobhwon Block."
Admiral Meade, who hfs just re
turning from a cruise in the Carib
bean son, has filed a report with his
superiors showing that all sources
of coal supply in that aud adjoining
waters are in British hands. Tho
report is causing Washington naval
authorities to do some very sorious
Tho Uiiitcil Status cruisorj Colutn-i
bia, commanded by Captain Sumner, !
and the New York, Captain Evans, ,
which woro detached from Admiral i
Meade's squadron at Kny West and I
ordered to proceed to tho Navy
Yard and Brooklyn to prepare for i
participation in tho ceremonies at I
tho opening of tho North Sea and
Baltic canal in June, hsvo arrived at
Tho Olympia is still on the Coast
and thero is no likelihood of her
being ordered here.
Officers of II. M. S. Nympho, just
arrived at Esquimau, report, in an I
article in tho Victoria Times, that I
shortly after leaving Honolulu "for
500 miles they ran through water I
simply covered with a species of
floating jelly fish known to sailors
as 'Portuguese men-of-war,' doriving
tho namo from tho fact of appear
ing to carry a miuiituro sail. Tho
oldost salt in tho ship novor saw i o
Thero is no danger from this dis-,
ease whou Uuamuerlattrn Uouga
Remedy is froely given. It liquefies
the tough mucus and aids its ox pec t-1
oration. It also lessons tho severity ,
and frequency of parozjsms of i
coughing, and injures a cpoody re-
eovery. There is not the least dan-'
ger in giving tho remedy to children
or babies, as it contains no injurioui
subancc. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., igeuts for tho
Now that the war of the revolu
tion is over, it is tho duty of ovory
man to support tho existing form of
government. Although things may
not movo with that cordiality that
would ensure an evorlastiug peace,
still they may be allowod to subside
into that indifference without animo
sity that would allow either parlv
to work out their best interests. All
things considered it may bo for the
host, but timo, tho only arbitrator in
such cases, must alono decide that
James T. Stewart is a Plumber and
will do your work in good shapo
and at hgures that will give you
James T. Stewart.
15 Bethel Street. Honolulu.
Several Collages at Moderate Rentals.
FOR SALE ON EAST TERMS.
House Lots, VA miles from Post Olllco, on
and near King Btrcet, a few steps
beyond tlie Kamehameha
Ok- This oilers a good chance to secur
Homesteads at modorate prices. With an
m-xatlon assured in the noar future, n
House Iot co near tho business center
forms ouo of the most desirable Invest
ments for a mull sum of monoy.
k- Corporations or anyone desiring
to Invest In I.iuho Tracts of Btiburban
I-and can be accommodated at reasonable
figures with Truc's of from 5, 10 to 00
Land on the other Islands, in
Tracts suitublo for a Dairy, Hog Hanoi) or
Cotlee and Blsal 1'IantuUon for salo or
leaeo. K n (Hiiro of
. 12H2-3m E. M. NAKUINA.
(broken to saddle
and harness) Harness
and Lie lit Easy Drake.
The oatilt $80 cash.
Address "B.,n this OUtce
HOMESTEAD FOB BALE.
A COTTAGE AND LOT
for sale. Inquire at
the Arlington Harbor Shop
Hotel Btreet. l&IC-lw
A FINE HOUSE OK 8
Rooms, Parlor, 1)inlng
Jtooin, Bedrooms, Bath
room, oto. Wilder Avo
near Hall Grounds. Kino Flower Garden,
$ 18 per month. Iii'iulru at this Olllce,
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND HOAHD
for n few persons can bo ,
mm ai wuniwai, on me wul
W. S. BAUTI.EIT.
of every descrip
tion done hv the
IIuilktis' 1'uniasiiiMi Co.. 1,d. FIrat-clim
Commercial Work a Specialty. Estimates
iilveu. Orders promptly exeauted.
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Nik J& Wm
Mr. It. D.
Tho poisons with which the system is
prrmcntPil in typhoid, mnhirinl and
Fcarlct fevers, nnil other wasting (lis
enscs, arc not easily gotten rid of.
When the patient gets "on his feet"
once more, the uncertain step and feel
ing of intcnoc weakness remind him of
the severe struggle lie 1ms been through.
Often the poisonous accumulations
in tho blond break out in dreadful
sores, and then what misery must be
endured no one can tell I
The inestimable vnluoof Hood's Sar
saparilln in all such cases, to thoroughly
purify tho blood and drive out tho last
vestige of deadly poison, is well indi
cated in tho following letter from Mr.
" Btocher, Ark., Sept. 0, ISM.
" C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mast.:
"Dear Bin: Up to tho 25th of Decem
ber, 1803, I had enjoyed good health. I
hid not had a spelt of fovcr since 1859 and
but little sickness ol any kind. On tho
abovo 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 tho knee. Tho calf of
Tho Log 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 bent at that placo. I took his proscrip
tions and Hpeclal baths for two weeks and
then returned homo and continued tho
treatment for somo days. When I had
nearly finished with tho courso of treat-
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
rou ,y have Building Lots!
many hours of comfort by not
Take tho hint. Don't buy
Per 8. S. "Australia"
A 8MAU, INVOICE OF
FOR SALE BY
H J. ISTOLTJE,
YJUO-tl Fort Street.
ment prescribed at Hot Springs, 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 tho
soles of my feet v
I Was Covorod With Plmploi.
Every sweat poro seemed to lo filled with
a clear sticky fluid, which when dried
would become a small black scab.XTho'
flesh was swollen and tho Itching was so'
Intense I could not sleep but for a few
minutes at a time. No tongue canUll
and no pen can wrlto what I suffercd.Inj
tho morning, where I had slept at night;
tho bed looked ai though handful of
wheat bran had been thrown upon it.1
This tasted four or five weeks before I got
relief. I was reduced to almost a skeleton
I could not bear any weight upon my loft
foot, and I was without an appetite.) I
called in my family doctor again and he
gavo mo some relief and
Advised Ms to Take Hood's
Sarsaparllla. When I had used one bottlo
my appetite had returned. I am now tak
ing from tho fifth bottlo and feel llko
now man. My skin Is as smooth as could
bo desired and I foel as well aa ever. I am
06 years old, was born and raised In Ham
ilton County, Tcnn., and havo lived In
this stato about eleven years. Tho abovo
facta can bo proven by any of my neigh
bors, and I send you this, my statement,
so that you may give It to the publio for
the benefit of other sufferers, if yon so
desire." D. B. Bbadfielo.
Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic
and liver medicine. Harmless, reliable, sure.
$200, $250, $275.
$375 and $550.
- ALSO -
$1000, $1200, $1300.
O. 3D. CHASE
Safe Deposit Bnlldinc, 100 Fort
Corner Nuaauu and Hotel Bts.
E. N. HEQUA - - Manage)
Choice Wines, Liqoors, Ales,
PORTERS, ETC., ON DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught,
Hand-made Sour Masb
Fine Casslmores, Sorgos,
White Linens, Etc.
i suits m, to ord
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AKIMA - - -10 Ntuirinii Stroov