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DtAKK TWIIN'S TO I'll.
Continued from (1th piy.
cash, from lier privnto menus, huvo
noarly cquiilli'tl the cliims of nil
tho others combined. Sho lins
taken nothing. On tho contrary
slio has helped, n nil intends to
k lii'lp, mo to s;itinfy tho nbligutinns
duo to tho rest It is my intention
to ask my creditors to acct'pt that
ns n legal disclnrg', nnd trust to
my honor to pay tho other 50 per
cent, us fist ns 1 can earn it.
From mv reception thus fir mi my
lei'tuiing t ur, I nni cmilidoit th t
if I live 1 can pay oil" tho lust debt
within four yours, lifter which nt
tin i'ge of 01, 1 cm mnko a fr ah
und niipnoiiuibi'ri'd start in life.
"I am going to Anstrnlin, India
.and South Afrio-, imd nrxtyoir
I hope t mnko 'i tiiir of tlio proat
cities of tho United Stxto 1
mo ! t to in ko u tour for my
Iiudtli, when I b gnn to give my
cieditors nil tho benefit of this,
but I bouin to fool that 1 am
g lining something from it too,
and that my ilividi nils, if not
nviiiliiblo for bulking purposes,
may be oven moro tmtisf.ietory
iiisri'itv oi' i m: smuii.i:.
I(n lntroiliirlloii Crt-illlci! l l'croln
Nrro I Noil It In War.
Ill curly ngos tho rider sat on
tho bare b iclc of his hor-io; as timo
i wont on, howovor, a covoring
which conait-t"d of a cloth,
a mattress, and piece of
leather or liido, was omplnycd
as a saddle. According to Pliny,
siys i rider in u ontoniporiry,
Polothronis first introduced this
covoring, which soon afterwards
was undo mi of moro costly nnd
oleguit matorinls, and displayed
; in coiisHliM'.iblo lei gth on each
J sido ol the horsu. Although they
? woio in general uso, it was, nev-
oitholess, considered muro in nc-
i cord, inco uiin iruo ni.niiinosrf 10
ride without them. Xnnphun
reproidiod tho Porsians "btcuucm
thoy placed moro clothes on tho
bac'is of their horses than on their
bods, nnd gave thomsolvos moro
trouble to sit easily than to ride
skillfully.'" Fur this reuson thoy
woro not for smno timo used in
war, tho old Germans, who looked
upun them with contompt, despis
ing the Roman civ.ilry who em
ployed them. Nero, howovor, is
sued n regulation for their uso,
desiring that bis cavalry should
pnsont a mure imposing appear
ance, nnd in tho time of Alexan
der Sevwrus, ull tho horses of tho
Iviimnii cavalry wero equippod
with costly nnd brilliant covorings
and woro called "ophippiunis."
The saddle, ns wo know it, is
said to havo been invented as
early as the fourth contury, but of
this wo havo no proof. I'uncirol
lussiys that tho first mention of
the snddlo is to bo found iti Z ni
arns, nnd relates that Constantino
the Younger was killod in tho
year 310 by falling from his sad
dlo. The clearest proof of tho
antiquity of tho saddle, howovor,
ib tho ordor of Theodosiua, in the
year 3So, which enacted that
those desiring to ride post-hoisos
must uso saddles weighing not
moro than GOlb; if heavier thoy
weio to bo destroyed. This pas
sago refers to tho common suddle,
which, nt that period, soon after
its invention, must li.ivo beon ex
tromely hoavyj and wo may infor
also that ovory travellor possossed
one of his own.
Although thoro npponrs to havo
,'ioen groit divoiity of opinion us
to when, and by whom, saddles
'.toro introduced, yet tho woiglit of
evidence clearly belongs to the
Poisiuns, not only because Xono
phon sponks of thorn, but hoeuusu
tho horses of Porsin were fn st made
choico of for saddle-horses, tho
preference being g von, no doubt,
on account of their oariy training
to bear saddles.
In tho fifth century, saddlos
wero mudo so extrnvng.mtly mag
nificent tint prohibition was is
sued by Emporor Loo I., in which
it was commanded that no ono
should ornament them with poirls
nnd precious stonos. In tho sixth
contury, tho Emporor Mauritius
rquiiod that n, 1 cavalry saddles
should have largo fur coverings.
Why Not YouT
When thousands of people re Inking Hood's
kiirsJparlllu lo overcome tlie weakness nnd
Inn'iior blcli nru so coinmoii at thin season,
tli) ure )ou not dolrijj tlie mine? When you
now that Hood's Hunuparlllii lia power to
in rheumatism, lsejslu ami ull diseases
uiised by Impure IjIooU, h) do joucmitl-
iim tosuirer!1 llood'b ciircotucrs, why not
Jloou's 1'n.Lsaro prompt und efficient, 2ic.
Chocolate. Emulsion is for snlo by tho
HOLLISTER DRUG CO,
UllMf Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
A morbid appetite for strong
drink (alcohol) by .drinking our
mild, rofiosh'ngSonttio Ueor. On
draught at Ciitorion.
City Ourrmgo Co..J.S. And
rado, manager. It you want n
hack with good horso nnd care
ful drivor ring up lVlephono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchnnt
streets. Hack at all hours.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and otgan mnkor and tunor, cai
furnish best factoiy lvferonces.
Ordres left nt Huwaiinn News "Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work giiariintocd to be thosime
is done in factoiy.
13. cyclers aro likely to got cut,
sciiiped, spr.iinod, bruised, or
some way hurt. No matter which,
an application of Eedding's
Russia Salvo will take nway tho
smart and pain, and euro the
troublo in ii hurry. Thousands
of wheelmen novur go on tho
road without it. Why should
you '( 25 cents buys it of nny drug
gist Handy box for your pockot.
Hollister Drig Co., Agts.
Tun Best Tn fattest roit Cito
i.eha Whon piMinptly and pro
perly tio.itod a leooverv is almost
curtain. This was fully demon
strated during the provulonco of
Cholera in Now York in 18(b
Go to hod as soon as the first
symptoms appoar, remain as quiet
as posiblo, and take Ch.unbor
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy in double doses
until the pain ceasos, and then
nftor oncb operation of tho bowels
moro than natural. Sond for a
physician, but take this romody
in this way until he arrives. Tho
reined)' should bo kopt at hand
roidy for instant uso. It should
bo takon within fivo minutes nftor
the first symptoms anpoar. Cl-am-borlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dinr
rhoji Homedy is tho most success
ful mrdicino that has yet boon
prnducod, not only fur tho milder
forms of bowel complaint, but for
tho most virulent forms of Asiatic
Cholera. For sale by B12NSON,
SMITH it CO. 11-1-1 m
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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER G, 1895.
. G. irwin & Co.
Win. a. Irwin, - President nnd Mnnnpor
Olnua Spruckcls, - - - Vice-President
W. M. GilTnrd, - Secretary nnd Trensurer
Theo. C. Poiter, Auditor
agents op the
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FHANOISCO. CAL.
GOISTSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
9.0."i Oi.m.n of.r,( irnnl..l.. ir I
fc.w a.ivui, I 1UI1II1 lllll , t J,
KUSTACE & CO.
Also White nnd Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Telphone No. 414.
H. HACKELD & CO.
Havo just rocoived a new Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of the following Brands :
Also, Just to hand a large consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
C. - Hustace - Grocery - Store,
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY THE "AUSTRALIA"
Clioice Ulock Uuttor, Kits Silmou Dallies, CUoico IlnniHniul
Kncou.Sinokoillteef, Oregon Hiirb.mk l'otntoos, Yellow Tur
nips, OnioiiH, Mnplo Sugar. SIuplo Crouni, Gunuinu Imllitu
ClmtnnyH, Honeil Chicken, Cnrriecl Fowl, Lunch Tongue, An
piirngus, Tresh JuiiiH, Tulilo rruits, Oolilcn Oito l'lour, Sweet
riokles, Dried FrmtH and 11 geiiorul ussortiuout of Standard
goods, at lowest prices.
EJV Lcnvo your ordor or ring up telephone No. 1 19.
J. S. WALKER,
QEflEfL qET pof? THE Ha.wa.iiam Islands
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOK MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
WILHKLMA OF MAODKBUltG GENERAL INSriUNOB CO.
NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE INS. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
,-: AT TllE .
City Furniture Store,
(Comer of Fort and Ueretaiila streets.)
Just rocoivoJ Ex. Rk. Albort
II. UACKrELD & CO.
QENEiiAii Commission Aohnts.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen .Streets, Ilouoliilu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
tMroitTmis ash DKi,r.its t.n IiDMdcii
AND AM, KINDS Ol" lltULmNO
Fort Street, -
R. YliY k CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
08 Fort Street, Honolulu
Telcphoncr 2U P.O. Box -170
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephono 91.
Jas. F. Morgan.
VUCTIONEKIt AND STOCK HIIOKEH
No. 4.1 (Jticcn Strixt.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture.
Cook's Music School.
1'kok. 1'. CoriK, for fifteen yonm l'rincip
ol of CookV .Musical Institute, 1'oillnuil,
Oregon, is prcpari-il to givo
1'tANO. VOICE AND
Kor terms apply nt the Studio.
123-3m Ilen-tnnin streets
Ilonolulu, H. I,
an ntfiortmi'iit 1
t a Jj
Undertukor mid Enibulmer
-i I'or SiiIp
Hereto oio hi Houolu u people hmo p.vi.l exotl.itnnt prices
for lor tieim of nu .NFKltlOlt (JUaI.ITV. hut wo llK to
thoTih w l" 'U W" u,,tl,"".v nnuw-.ss.iry h,
lly liiiyiiii mi oxlm Inrgo Aortm,.,t we wero civou tliti
,nl,l n i" n,,,,,IcHo," '""' '"' X'1 '" R" l Honolulu
pnhlio the AihiiiitnBo of our judieious firosight In l.njint.
u luryo Assortment at the proper tune. b
NOT THE SIZE, QUALITY, AND PRICE OF THE BELOW
SIZE 10 FEET 6 INCHES LONG,
: and :
4 FEET 2 INCHES WIDE
IJoaiitlfiil ilcsl-niH licnvy fringe nt topiiml Iwttoin, nuil tho
prkvr niigts from S5.00 to Sl.l.fiO tho uir.
Table Covers .
New Goods! New Goods! New Goods!
BY EACH STEAMER FROM THE COAST
All Delicacies in Our Line.
A comploto line of stiplo nn I auoy groceries, as low ns the lowes1.
Island orders solicited.
Tolophono No. 210.
No 74 Klnjr Street,
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
- IMl'OHTKItS AND DUVI.ritS IX -
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
New Goods lteceivod by Every Packet from tho Eusturn Khites nnd Europe,
FllESlI CALIFORNIA PRODI OE BY EVERY STEAMER,
All Oidcn faithfully uttondid to nnd Goods Dcluorvd to any
I'm t of the City 1'ltEE,
I31A.VU OKMUW BOLICITKI), B VTI.SrACTlO.t GtJAllATrEm
EAfcT COUNEll OUT AND KING STHEUTS.
otil) I,) in,.:-
?'-: t loi-tJSti-cot.
Oftliosnmo mntorinl ns tlio PORTIERES
with beautiful Center Floral DesigiiB. A
lino bo.irder around each iiioco liouvily frinc
id; all sizes fioinasmnll stiuul to a largo
extension table, pneo Si. 0 to $,) 50.
P. O. Box 297
Chairs in Variety.
Honolulu, 11. j.
-P. 0. 1IOX 148