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EVENINO 1HTLLETIN, 'EEBRUARY 25, 1890.
Jtinni: im:iiiiy ivi:s an i.iipo jit
ant PHOIIATK HEOISION.
Allcsod I'rniiilnlciit Deed Attacked
Proccedliis nt tlio Jurr Torni-
' Counsel in tlio case o "Willium
Cowan vs. Thomas Patterson and
Ida C. Pnttorson, assumpsit, hnvo
agreed to a continuaneo until tlio
May term, and Judgo Carter has
ho ordered. Davis for plaintiff,
Dickoy for defendant.
F. Harrison ot al. vs. J. H.
Druns, assumpsit, camo on beforo
Judgo Carter on Monday after
noon, tlio following jury being
eiupanoled: Geo. Grou, E. AV.
Jordan, D. Crozior,- Jas. Mcln
orny, C. A. Brown, L. Marks, M.
N. Kennedy, W. "V. Uarris, C. R.
ColliuB, Geo. W. Fair, C. II. Bel
Una, Chas. Hustaco, Jr. Neu
mann for plaiutilfs; Hartwell,
Thurston fc Stauloy for defend
ant. Tlio jury returned a verdict
for tho defendant by instruction
of tho Court. Notice of motion
for a new trial was given.
Keopahaku by his attorneys,
Magoon and Ediugs, has brought
a bill in equity to sot aside a
deed. IMaintiff, who is 80 years
of ogo, alleges that Kalaaukapu
on Aug. 25, tS9o, by fraud, do
ceitful and wicked promises and
representations obtained from
him, for tho nominal considera
tion of ono dollar, land at Puna
luu, Oahu, and personal proporty
of tho value of about ono thousand
dollars. Ho says defendant
promised to support him in
return for tho deed, but shortly
after its execution basely deserted
him and loft him in destitution.
Judge Carter ordered AV. F.
Alien, administrator of tho estate
of AVillium A. Aldrich, whoso
final account had been approved
by Judgo Magoon, to pay tho
balanco in his hands to tho
trustees of tho cstato in Califor
nia, then to be discharged on
Judgo Porry held court on
AVashingtb,n'fi birthday to hear
tlio potition of George 11. Newton,
Pier Vunalstyno and Lucy Ladd,
foreign administrators of the 03
tato of Katharine L. YounioiiH,
lato an inhabitant of the county
of Now York, N. 1, to require
Samuel M. Damon, administrator
of tho samo estate within tho Ha
waiian Islands, to deliver to them
tho nsfi'trt of tho samo cstato now
in his hands. A. S. Hartwoll ap
peared for the petitioners, of
whom Mr. Nowton was also pres
ent, and V. A. Kinney for-tho
local administrator. Aftor argu
ment tho Court promised a de
cision early on Monday.
Mr. Damon's answer asked for
proof that petitioners were what
thoy represented, that tho do
ceased had died iutestato and that
thoy aro ontitlcd to tho assets. Ho
also answered thut while all cloinis
prosonted to him upon tho usual
ilr. Eliza Jjogrco
Weiterly, 11. 1.
Once B Was Blind
fttow B Can See
( Hvr'X". T
Mmo. Yale' flair
I.adics ami (1rktm:mi:n: It nH'ordu me
great plcns'iic tocnll llieuttuiillonof thu putt,
lio l my Vnle'ii Ilulr Tunic, ulilt-li U the llret
mill (ml rciimly kirn a ii tn clmiuUtrj ulilcli
Viii'llively turim f,'ia) hulr bnuk to its original
color without lu I li'iiiOiinll Inddixi IIb
ncllon unit ilvo tli public inj xnlcmu giMriiu
teOtlintttli.it lieeii totcil In cvciy cuiicdv
iblo wuj, nml liaa pmvnl ilhclf thu only Ilulr
fipccllli'. It stops hair-fulling immediately
anil ensiles a limirlnu jjrott Hi. C'otitiiiiist no
llljlll lOIIS lllf,'lUllil III. ItlMlOt HtkK) (II'IV.ISU
on the contrary, it inukua the hnlr xott, youth
fill, llully, keeps It In curl ami remove iluml
ruir. For guntleinen nml ladles villi linlru
little irav. streaked (jniy, entirely urny and
villi IIAI.D HEADS, It U tpeclally recom
metiilcd. All drucKlslB l'rlco S 1; also Yale's Skin
Komi, Sl.ftO; Yale's Coiiipcxlon Crenm, il
Yltlu's Knee I'owder, 50c; Yulo's Iteuuty
li.'iu. Mmo. Yale, Health and Complexion
SpccIall8t,Templo of Ileaiity, HllStiite t,
CUlcnsso (iuldu to Ilcnuty mailed I'reo
Thanks to Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Masj.t
"I liaro suHcrcrt ercrytlilnc possible with
ore eyes and headache, Uie lores so sovcre
that I was blind. I tried Ter;thlng I heard
ot without benefit, and went to tho Ithod
Inland Hospital, but founcl no relief there.
A friend told mo of Hood's Sarsapnrllla, so
1 bought n. botllo and a box ot Hood's l'UU.
With Moro Than Thanks
I want everybody to know that stneo I hvri
been taking these medicines, I hATO becomo
as well as over. My eyes have perfectly
honied and tho headache is cured. From
my picture youcan see thrrcls nothing tbs
mailer with my eves now." Hits. iTlwa
Louittx, X'ottcr Hill, Westerly, 1'.. I.
Hood's Pills euro nausea, sick headache,
Indtecitlon. biliousness. Bold by all druyidU.
Ho"bron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Accnts for tlio Itcpublio of Ilnwnii.
The . . .
lias a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a specialty.
"We uso tho yreateat care in
moving all kinds of goods and
at MODEltATU PltlCKS.
King Street, near Fort.
BROWN & KUBEY !
Carry an immense
stock of ... .
of every description.
An inspection invited.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE-
In the .AilliiKtuii Block, Hotel Btrcct
Scottish Union and Na
tional Insurance Co.
TflK UNDEimiHNr.D HAS ItECEIVKD
tlio npiiolntiuuiit of AgHtit fur tlio Uu
waiiati IhIiuiiIs of the .-.bovo (onipnny,
which mono of tlm tr'iiii;ot nniuiolully in
tlio world, ai-.il in iirep.rcil to taku lihk.i at
tho regular rates.
Total ISSetS, $41,372,606.
JOHN S. WALKER.
(THE RISING SUN)
AT LOWEST I'CTUE
King Street, in-nr Xuunnu.
No moro middlemen's profits
when you buy of us.
Ave buy no moro goods from
wholesalers. Everything comes
direct from tho factory.
OT LOOK AT THIS--
7 PIECES, finished as fine as
S50 to S100 sets. Largo Hov
eled Mirrors, with tables hav
ing drawers 18x2S and bottom
shelf. Drawer work has cen
ter slide and works perfectly.
No swelling; wood thoroughly
ANOTHER SNAP IN
Wo aro going to clean out our
ontiro old stock, consisting of 7
piece sots for $25 and upwards,
no want room. Goods are com
ing direct from tho factory.
DO YOU WANT ANYTHING BETTEK
THAN THAT J
NO TKOUBLE TO SHOW
GOODS. Wo challenge anyone
to soil tho samo goods for tho
samo money. This menus money
Call and seo for yourself.
KCopp cSc Co..
Furniture Dealer, Cor. Kin;: and Uutbel Sts.
Tliu abovo Illcyclo was made as good as
H. G-. Wooten,
107 King street. HIMf
At WAIKIK1 ou enr lino nml on PA-
LAMA KOAD uonr Fertilizing
These Lots ore Very Cheap nnd Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Aero Trnots near tho city and
other Properties for sale.
BKUC13, AVAItING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots nud Lauds,
1-tf 503 Fort Street, near Kin.
P. O. llox 821.
Commissioner of Deeds
Stele of California.
Having been appointed and commissioned
a Commissioner of Deeds for tho State ofCal
Ifornln, I am prepared
To odminlster and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions andafnda-
To tnlo and certify the aeknowlcdgment or
proof of powers of attorney, mortgages,
transfers, grants, deeds or other Instruments
For the Slate of California 1
A. V. GEAR,
Telephone 25ft. CO'J King Street.
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tlio finest on the
Honolulu murkot, and con
sists of everything Useful
mul Ornamental. Our prices
aro moderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSER & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287 Fort Streot.
Mndo of the Finest nnd Most Delicately Flavored Tobncco.
For Rnlo by nil Druggists nnd Cignr Denltrs.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
l-13-tf Ageutn for Hawaiian Islands.
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transnct a General Banking)
BISHOP 65 Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in nil tho principal cities
of the world.
SE. XX DAVIESS & e
White Brothers' Cement
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe
Faints and Oils.
CROCKER Tj GLASSWARE,
Roche Harbor Lime, '
C. & C. Fine Flour,
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
or is Old.
One of the Desi Known
esia'enis of Seattle
. l,W. iV'' MK5,-S2?S?''-- ;.-. .'0'i D
.tA-j f.' 1 r f. vitir.ir tm t si i. Vi . wvi.iki. fc I 'iuv . l .1 .
tWMMM,; fmJTM 'HMSS . ' m
. vmiamssiBk ., ysssszK :uk: , i.VvMj v oiccpisssnsss.
M$SmM,W$ tism, and hw
128 .t 1!!0 FOUT STREET.
SlacWhing in A!! Its Branches.
W. W. WltKillV, l'roiirittop.
(Successor to O. West.)
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does nil kinclH ot AVorlt in
Ccmcnl & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
ITo 1ms on linml 0 lnrjjo supply of
Oliineso Qrnnito Curb nnd nlwnvs keeps
lluwuiian CnrbiiiK Stone. Estimnti-B
tivcii nml, Jowcb4, jirices usnured. 'Pclo
.. Curod cf lOdney Disease,
l-i ' nm. :
CHARLES PRGSCH, Socrctnry of tho WachlnQtori Wlonor.r Association.
61: Ninth STUKr.T,
Shatti.u, Wash., May S, 1S94.
Wells, Riciiaudsox & Co.,
Gciiltcmen : For some yirs my kidneys havo boon affected, and a mild form of
rheumatism afflicted inc.
The worst affliction fiom which I suficicrf more ov less f 1 tan years past has been insomnia
and its natural results, extreme nervousness. This gn v so bad that it wan often dillicult for
me to write my name legibly. Paine's Co!ery Compound has OUr&d 1V.0 of the insomnia
and nervousness, to that I again enjoy lcfreshing ilccp. .
For feome months last year I sufl'ctcd acute pains in my cliest, whioli alnios nightly compelled
me to arise from bed and walk the Jloor or sit up for Ijottr.i. A lecumbcnl pofumn Draught
on the pains day or night; the position assumed in writing also cniu.cd them. I havo been
happily relieved of these various disorders by Paine's Celery Compound, and now enjoy
belter health Hum I have experienced nt any time In (he yroiis;rs inn years.
I shall advise my friends, one and all, to try Paine's
Celery .Compound for &uch
h ills as I have suffered from. ? a QpJ
Yours truly, ChCUIIZJ l0'd&hj.
H0LLI8TER DRUG Go.,
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
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