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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 6, 1895.
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Bk ;- v itittyiito
iautni:ks at ut:i:iti,v.
A Irtnmucr' Nlurlllni; i:prrlriicnnl
u Dunce Down Smith.
"Speaking of practical jokos,"
said ft drummer to writer for
tho Lottisvillo Courier-Journal
tho other night, '"I was n victim
of tho most embarrassing I havo
henrd of for u long tiino. It was
during my first trip Soutti ami,
not boing familiar with tho po -plo
in thm part of tho country, 1
thought I hail found a really
Booiiiblo placo, when three young
'swolU' of tho town with whom J
had been talking the evening be
fore asked mi- to g with them to
a diitico that was lo he givi-n at a
fomnlo heiiiinnry f- miics fioin
"I had been away from homo
for some time, and not having
had the ploasnre of b-ing in tlio
company "f young ladies I was
fairly delighted at tho idoa of
spending u plo.isont ovoning. J
"I told them 1 would b- pleased '
to go, and, after humid prepara-.
tion, wo btarti'ii.
"Tho young men laughed at
tho idoa of my paying anything
toward the cifringo hire, and I
felt that 1 had never boon in tho
company of a moro hospitable set
"When we arrived at thf pliico
tho dance hud .ill -ady ingiin. "Wo
left tho carriHgr in dro .t a negio
man and enti ml the ballroom.
"Ofcono, 1 l.t m 'v Strang
at first among s many Htiangers,
hut my companions .v-med t"
feel qniti' I'Hionn, .Mid ins -ted
that 1 should meet some of tho
young women at ouro.
"Ono of t'it; vonuu men tok
nin by tho aim and lud mo across I
the room to wheio there sat a
young wounn who wax rather
pretty and had an ux'uv nicly neat
"After receiving au introduc
tion to her L sat duwn and htartod
a conversation. Soon sho was
talkiug at au astonishingly rapid
rate. I becamo rather intoroFtod
in tho girl, but was very much
surprised to luarn that bhe was
the twentieth daughter of a
"At last filio began to laugh
and talk so oddly thut I began to
feol a little embarrassed and ask
ed hor if sho did not want to
"Then win- v.is on her feot in
au instant, and wt had danced a
few steps when she suddenly yell
ed out ut tho ton of her voice:
'Don't! Don't! Oh, don't hold
me an tight. I am full of dyna
mite.' And she uttered a yoll
that made tho cold chills run up
and down my boot;
'I turned hor looso in an in
stunt, and stood simply horr.fi'-d
I felt like swearing when tho
other people in tho vouin only
laughed and wont on dancing, i
did not know what to do. I knew
I had done nothing I should not
have done, intentionally at
least, hut L stnitcd up to her with
an upoiogy, when ono of my com
panions camo up wit!) a yuiig
lady on his arm. !
"Ilo guvo up- an introduction to
her, and asked mo if 1 would inn j
danco tho noit stt with her. I
did not feel like dnnein,; a bit, ,
but tlu-io was ik way cf got I n
out of it, so I told him 1 would, j
"While we wore sitting down wait-1
ing for the noxt dance sho told
me sho hud been .n-irriod fnnileen i
tinios and had H'UO cliildron ft ,
"I thought sho was just trying .
to joke mo, and asked her wher
she iivul. (She B.i'd sho lived in i
hoaveo. 1 ';i ew si'inothnig w-isj
wrong w iii '.i-r, aid 1 in-iiii- p j
my iiiiud unlit theni il-nt 1 w uld
not iliiiK-n w itli her. I
"I nsUd her to excuse me fur a
mon out, and without waiting for
a reply lushed across tho room
towaid tho d or. 1 thought to
myself that if I onee got on tho
outsido 1 would never attend an
other 'S'voll dance' in Kentucky.
"1 had got within o few feet of
tho door when an old womun ran
up and throw her arms around by
neck. She yelled out that I was
her lost son, who ran away from
homo 400 oars ag, when I was
a mere child.
"i tried to tear myself away
ftom tho woman, and she fainted
at my feet. I made a dart for
tho door, and when I reached the
threshold I lookod back and saw
several persons carrying hor ill'
"I wi.h diuoil. I o.m clod to
bu am-stiil eury moment. I tmv
. AtJMwJfc,. ..
(ill Sarah I.Grifftfx. m$)
Only a Scar Remains
8crcfula Cured Blood Purlflod by
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass.i
" It Is with pleasure tli.it t semi a testimonial
tonrrrnlitg wli.it llooil'n Snn.-1p-1rlll.-1 lias dono
for my daughter. It lt a wonderful medietas
and I cannot recommend It too highly. Sarah,
who 1 fourteen years old, has been
Afflicted With Scrofula
ever since she was ono yc-ir old. For flro yeara
sho h.n hail ii rtinnlng soro on one sldo of her
fiiec. Wo tried ecry remedy recommended, hut
nothing did her nny good until wo commenced
ti'liijj Hood's Sarsjjiarllla. .Myraarrled daughter
uhlsodmolo use Hood's Sarsaparllla because
Hood Vs; Cures
It had cured her of dyspepsia. Sho had been
troubled wlUi that complaint since childhood,
Rtiil Mnco her euro she It.m never been without a
bottle of Hood's Sar.iaparlll.i tu Uie house. Wt
commenced giving It to Sarah about one year
ago, and It has conquered tho running sore,
Only a Scar Remaining
as a traco of the dreadful disrate, l'revlous to
taking tho mnllcli o lmr vi-ic.!it was Bdccted
but imw sho i-'iu si-o i rf tl. In conni-ctlon
with Hood's S.irsiimrill i v e l ivo used Hood's
i'i,tal 1- l'HN. an I inn1 "', r. tl.o best." Mas.
Maiiia Uiiifi , Xci I.' r.1 II I.
Hood'a Plllo euro v u,.i, IU: headache,
Wiicebtiuu. billoiunem. S-dl bv all drucirlsta.
Hobron Drug Co., Ld,
Solo Agents for tlio I'lpuhlie of Hawaii.
Yu throw away dollars evory
year in broken lam, chimneys
13otter stop it now while you can
get a preparation that will prevent
a ehunnoy from breaking whnrj
put on wit. Prof. Humholt's anti
oxplosivo compound will do this
and will prevent tho explosion of
korosono oil and gasolino. We
aro sole agents fur this jirepara
tion as wt-ll as for tho New Ideal
Sowing jMaehinc, the equal to am
high priced articli1 and wo sell it
for !f!JC and S35 with attachmonts.
15000 feet of mouldings for picture
frames just received by the
"Albert;" also oval and circular
frames, something now and ele
g'int. The Pacific Hardware Co,
Notary Public and Typewriter,
11 KAAHUM INU STIIEET,
l. O. Box KM. Telephone 345.
FROM S5.00 UP.
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
..-.t-iU u.iMtflLi& -mithf i nfaiytfili'''''Tfr'ifi
(( n BUILDING 11U11NED KEOENTLV
" In Milwnnkeo, without lusurnnco,
becauso a clork FOHCiOT to retiow certnla
policies promptly bh iustructcil.
"Ho was discharged.
"A ftwr rlays'later, tho owner iliel without
insurance on his llfo, leaving u widow and
thrco young cliildrcn In poverty, because
ho had NKGLECT KD to Insure. As procrast
ination Is more culjiablo than forgetfnlness
perliBps tlio owner Is having bis punish
"MOltAL I Consultation and offlco treat
rneut froe. Special attention given to pro
INSDHKIODH LI1K IN
The Fquitable Lift Assurance Society
of the United States.
Grncrid Maiuigtr for tlio Ilnwaiiiiu Islniids;
128 & 130 FOllT STJtKET.
BlacUliinginAl) Its Branches.
AV. AVHKSII'i, I'ropnotor.
(Successor to O. West)
C. 03. DWIGI1T,
Docs nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ilo bns on liniul a larjio minply of
Chincso Qrnuito Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. I'stimntes
given and lowes1 prices assured, 'l'clo
At WAIKIK1 ou car lino and on PA
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Dcsirnblo Aero Tracts near tbo city nnd
otber Properties for sale.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots nnd Lands,
1-tf 503 Fort Street, near King
P. O. Box 821
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar SSo Maker.
Taro-Patcli and Ukulele Guitars
Made of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Oppo8ile Club Stables.
'Jlicuuuw Illcjelo ub iiiiiiU' lie j,'oit nf
H. G. Wooten,
107 Kinnstnet. I-T.'-tf
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Offer for bale tlio best (jnuliiy ot Lime m
tho ruling market uito. TIiih Liuiu is tb
genuine article, pure anil blmple. No fm
ein snbiituuceB iibuil.
filing up 247 and leure your ordern .
HAWAIIAN LIME & HTON
Corner King and Dctlicl etrects,
Dealer In Cigars and Tobaccos
Ili'itt bmnilit of Mnnillu Clput
nnd finest C'ltfiutlleii. . ,
At lowct price.
Tho plcasantest, quietest,
shadiest ant most porfpetly ap
pointed soasido rosort on tlio
Islands. It is only four miles
from tho heart of tho city and
within oasy reach of tho trntnears,
which run every twonty mini.trs
or oftonor. Elegantly furnishfd
detached cottages or rooms aro
obtainable on oasy terms. Tlio
tablo is superior to Hint of any of
tho city hotels and all tho modern
conveniences are provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in advance
Tlio bathing fcil!tics of Sans
Honci aio supcror to those of any
nlnccon tho beach. S'J-tf
Our Stock of Holiday Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
aro moderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JfiCOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287 Fort Street.
H. Q. BIART.
FINE WATCH IIEI'AIKISG.
Island Jewelry mado to oidor
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wire
ffKT" Island oidois solicited
I. O. Ik.x8C'j;ntO. Gcrtz's btoro.
Fort Streot. G2-t
LYCURGUS LODGING HOUSE
TOUIUSTS AND OTIIEUS VISITING
IIIlo can llnd out' Jl'le lionrd nnd lodirlni; by
callliij; on JOHN .YCUIK1US.
In connection . jtli the aliovu lie enn auppl)
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
Clears and Tobacco,
Cool Drlnkr, etc.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewino Ma
chines and Emdhoiiieky Wouk
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
being tho largest numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, nnd
more than double the number
givon to all other Sewing Ma
ohines B. BcnaEnsoN,
my 31 tf liothol st Honolulu.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Headquarters Enlercrise Brcwinir Co
Lnrgost Coiisignniont of Bcor
Unit over arrived hero, no'.v
J. DODD. I'rop'i
Central Ieat JWariet
Liivo'k Duililmg, Nunanu St.
A Fllisr CLASS Market in even
Order ilollvereil promptly to nil parts oi
wrsTiinooK St (5 vkes
XW Telcpliono 101. 129-lf.
of all kinds.
A. . MORRIS & CO.,
61 Fort Street Tclepbono 422
: Mrs. Holden :
"Her HnlrilriHHlUK and Muulcnriug 1'nr-
Iuih" to corner of AdituiH Lunu
and Hotel utnet.
- iil - i; - 't - "it - - ' "t--
White Brothers1 Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe
J'aivts and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. & C. Fine Flour,
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cvtlcry,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Elo.
Mado of the Finest nnd Most Delicately Flavored Tobacco.
For sale by nil Druggists and Cigar Dealers.
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at altj nouns.
TIIE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALTVAYQ ON HAND.
The . . .
lias a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates givon for hociso wir
ing and Eloclrical plalits.
Marino Wiring a specialty.
1'. O. JONES.
E. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pain Sugar Stock,
Ilawsiiinn Sugur Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortfjapo Sugar Planta
CfT For pnrtlonlars apply to
Tho Hnwaiian Safo Doposit &
408 Fort Street
CltrAIiE 11 JtliQ
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
AgouU for Hawaiian Islands.
A Good Fertilizox'
To Suit the Times
At S30 per ton of 20OOJlbs.
AunlyzoilaH follow h:
lOpcrcent. Phosphorio Acid. J Bolnblo
6 per cent, l'otnsli (nctnnl).
3 per cunt Ammonlu.
. 10 per cent. Lime (Carbonate).
ANY SPECIAL FOItllULA MADE TO
A P. COOKE,
llll LLA'IANIFEISTII.IZIXO CO.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transact a GonoraJ Banking,'
8. I. SHAW. 1'ioprietor.
tniTKIi.B.V Niiiiuiiii Mr..,., II,,i,ulo
Choice Liquors and Eiiio JJcor.
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigars,
Peanut Oil, 8uBor, Boap,
Candles, etc, at lowest
Corner Nuuann and Panahl utrooto. 143.
CHIN WO & CO.
Yonnff Au In, Mgr.
Corner Beretanla and Nnuanuati., Honolnln.
USJM'ff A,Ur f,Ce m,,rked W
Iwiinn'T t,' ?"0W.I'IK f't" Plantations:
KaUu.1.." 'lwVM("uml"u' Walk Kl, AValpIo,
lU&M.Y'U',,,l,,a ''"".''"'. W
115 Tel. SIB. 1'OIIoxSIS.