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EVENING BULLETIN, OOTOBEH 18, 1895
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uiinxiiu a vi:sri:it. hank.
'Tile Pntrau Nl .llnrli on I'luurc,
lull Know Mono) Vt lull I lie)' Srfl It.
It was si now bunk in 11 now
town in Colorado. As the "iusti
hition" opened for business in tlio
morning i crowd of 200 mon
gathered, iind when tlio bnukor
asViid wht was wnn trd tlio man
who lind been appointed spoke-i-3)an
"It's joit this. Jim: Wo can't
ainko oi. t that monthly statement
yon jjni mU yesterday."
"W hut's wrong with it?"
"Shesivs deposits amount to
J7C00 iMiid'oush 011 liiind .i'JOOO."
"We'd, that's correct, mid 1
jiiti't s"h whom yon huvo any
fault t find." said the president.
"Yos, but tho bovs don't go
much on (iggors. Figger. en 11 lu
twUtod .ill around, .you know.
Havo you got them 'oro ifOOOu
bandy b '"'
"Waul, won't you jest stand up,
on a ohair and wavu that money
in tho air a fow times and lot tho
boys beo tho color of it? D u't
w,nt to put vou to auv spooinl
trouble, you know, hut tho crowd
kinder wants to fool suio about
Tho banker Rot tho 11101103' from
the safe and followed the sugges
tion und asked if they wore satis
fied. "Tint's nil right," replied tho
spokosnian. "We ain't much on
figgers, hut we know mouoy when
"ive see it. Thorn dopnsits is $7000,
and you've got 49000 to pay '0111.
That's chuck up and no dis
sounl." "Anything olso?"
' Jest one littlo trille. It's
kinder got around town that you
aro goiii' to Montana to-morrer.
Befoio you start jest count them
I'Jb'OO into tho safe, lock'or up as
tight us n tlruui, and then call in
two or three of tho boy3 to watch
'or while you're giue. We nin't
showin' any luck of confidence,
Jim, but o aro givin' you a
pointor on how to ruu a bank in
this toun without getiin'yor nock
into a slipknot!" Detroit Freo
lUdo your Wheels oasy
for a fow days, so us to
keep thorn in good con
dition to sell second hand,
for as soon ns you soo tho
fmnous "Stearns'' cyclo.
you will want 0110, and
you will want to pet nil
you can for your old
wheel from somo 0110 who
can't n fiord to rido such a
high grade wheal as tho
We have twenty ono
(21 whools on tho bark
"Albert" now two weoks
out from S. I, and wo
aro going to soil wheels,
DON'T FOKGET IT. .
Our juices and tonus
aro going to bo in koop
ing with the times, and
you will bo ublo to get a
high grade whoel at n
"bou rook ' price. . .
Watch for tho " Yellow Follow."
1 0. Hull & Son.,
UlMf AKcnt for E. C. SU-anm A: t
ro si:rn.i: t -i. i.anii.
lTurk Under llio Now Land lau
(u Mo lllcht Alicnil.
J. F. Hrown.Land Commission
sr and Agent under tho now Act,
was nsked in his oilico if thoro
was anything new. He ropliod
that arr.ingcmonts were well pro
gressed fur active operations to
ward having available lands al
lotted fur homestead purposes.
There would bo a good deal of
surveying to be dono, and ho was
going to Hawaii shortly to make
Some people had an impression,
.Mr. Brown snid, that the homo
steading thus fur dono amounted
ouly to u trifle. This was a great
mistake. Ono who had not boun on
tho isluiid of Hawaii for somo
time would bo surprised to find
what a number of snug homo
steads there wiih through tho
country. A groat dculof laud in tho
iggregato had beou brought under
cultivation in homostoads within
the past fow yoars. Tho returns
in coffee and ether products would
before long show up woll for tho
.new industries of those islands.
Mr. Brown emphasized in his
short talk tlio necessity of having
roads to open up the now agricul
tural lands and mako tho lot of
tho people already sottled ruoro
comloitublo us well as prosper
ous. mm 9 m
A burglar who was caught in
tl.o act in a Connecticut village
waslriod tho next day, and beforo
night was riding away in chnrgo
of tho Sheriff to sorvo u term in tho
penitentiary. As tlio vohiclo
climbed a hill ho looked back and
s.lid, "Mighty biniirt littlo town."
A. Naturally Boiled
Water, pronounced by
peoplo who know to ho
the best on the Market.
This Wator received
tho vory highest award
at tho . . ,
California :. International
As n Tablo Boverago,
DE SUFFICIENTLY AROUSED TO
8ENO 8 CTS. BTAMP8 ANY KINO
OR A COPY OF OUH ILLUSTRAT
ED CATALOGUE (!-' l'lii') op
GENERAL FAMILY 8UPPLIES, AND
BUY YOUR GOODS AT SAN FRAN
iKJ.nith's Casli Store.
is a fuvorito and oasily
lends all othor Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wholesale and retail agents or tlw Ha
waiian Inlands. ,
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unnizntion of tho firm
has beou to supply the
people of Honolulu with
first class furnituio at a
medium price. Tho
growth of tho business is
tho best evidence wo can
oflbr as a verification
that -wo have nover di
verged from our motto.
In this advortiseinont
wo call your attontion in
u gonoral way to tho var
ious nrticlos of furnituio
wo carry by submitting
a fow dosigns of pieces
that should bo in every
Ciii.va C1.0sr.Ts arn ns
much in demand ns bod-
stoads, thoj aro no long
er in the list of luxuries;
the crnzo for collecting
odd bits of China or brie
u hrnc, and the desire to
keep them in a convon-
out nlaco for showinc
to otio's frionds, has made
the China clusot indis
pensable Wo have them
111 various styles, single
or doub'e, for wall or
cornor. Thoso in an
tinuooak nro fashionable
&1 bocauso thov aro sorvico-
,L.nblo, tho durability of
Sgthe hoish 011 oak has the
oll'eet of making them al
ways appoar iilw.
PrHE utter impossibility of an attempt to hnvo n din-
ilS ing room woll fiuuishnd without a sideboard has
boon demonstrated in half the homes in Honolulu.
Thoro is no necessity for anyone going without one
whon thov huvo a stock lil.-n inr to .I,. i. r,., rri.
mo slnwn is of quartered O.ik satin polish finish and
iias rroueu novoi piato glas3. In Hip highor priced
sideboards ample spuco is allow c d for silverware. Our
stock of plain ouk sidybouds has nover boon oquallotl
EfiyNE bureau is scarcely nde
&T piato to hold all tho "shuts,
uudorwonr, etc., of a gentleman
and wife; two bureaus in a room
mnko it lop-sided p.uticulnily
whon they arn not tlm sin e pat
torn. A ClIHTO.Ninn, no iiialKi
what the design or c.i.ir. adds
finish to tho room just as a piano
doos to a parlor.
it may sound egotistical, but wo
boliovo wo hnvo tho luigost stock
of thoso nrticlos to select from
outside San Francisco.
Oak is tho style oftonost selected
for the samo reason us given re
garding China closets, but with
our stock thero is no limit us to
stylo of wood. Oak, Birch or Ash,
it is ull tho same, wo can supply
thorn in twenty odd styles. Wo
havo them with or without toilots;
plain top and with eithor Gorman
or Fronch bevel mirrors, and
polished or varnishod surfaco.
Tho hnlf dozou drawors in a
Ghifl'onior make it possible to
soparato tho clothes and keep thorn
always iu placo. If youhavo ever
had ono you know tho valuo; if
you have not got one while tho
price is below bed-rock.
yrOV probably know what it is to scatter sowing, books, papors
J and sundries on sholves, bureaus and wherevor is most con
venient. This hns been the case with many peoplo because thoy
havo not been blo to socuro tables at anything like ronsonablo
prices. Wo soil you tables with tops 22x22 inches, olegantly finish
ed and durnblo, for 2.00. Vou'vo paid double tho nionoy for some
thing of half tho value and then stoppoil buying bocauso you con
sidered yoursolf sold. Wo do not confino oursolvos to tliis cheap
lino but havo them in every concoivablo stylo. Iloavy qunrtorod
oak with luindHomoly carvod legs and brass mountings. Diniug
tables in endless vaiiely in oither nuk or walnut.
Wo ulso carry 11 largo stock of chairs suitublo for any room in the
houfs. As with tho tables tno prico dopends largely upon tho qua
lify; wo havo no old stock so that ago of tho goods makos no dif
ference in tho prico. Wo do not keep furniture long ouougli for
pieces to got old. Tho only goods of that ohnractor soon in our store
is what pooplo huvo bought olsowhero und brought to us to havo made
over. Wo havo an upholstery department in which work of the
finest character isdone. Perhaps you'vo noticed ologantly upholster
od Couches in tho show rooms and thought thoy woro mndo abroad 1
Thoy nro tho work of our mon and we fool a just prido in turning
out work that compares favorably with thnt mndo in tho largest
fnctories in tho United Stntos.
pyJUH hair mnttressos are mndo up in tho best qualitv of tick
W ing8, bound with tho host bod lnco, havo borders" 4 inches
deep, stitched twico around.
Mattrossos made of moss have the samo enro on our part as
thoso of hair. Tho dilleronco in prico is accounted for by the dif
llorenco botwoon moss and hnir. This work has tho attontion of
oxporioncod upholsterers, aud no bettor mattressos can be bought
anywhoro than wo mnko. Tho prices nro govornod by tho size of
tho beds and number of pounds of hair used.
UA 118 I'ront M.,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.