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EVENING' BULLETIN, JUNE 18, 1890.
now uvir. riin'.i) dii:i.
A Woman W lio lllil lUucli 'or llio
CMmo of tho PoIUIcnl Itinhtx of
Tho cause of woman suffrngo
lost ono of, its most poworti.1' Rd
Tocatcs and ono of its most shin
ing oxomplars when Kato Field
died in Hawaii tho Blest, within
sight of tho silvery shimmer of
tho sunlit sen.
Sho was a brainy woman, with
that artistic instinct, that r;
Poisoned by Impure Water
Now In Good Health, Llvoly, Happy
CarroWanOL Lily Brown
C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass.!
"dcntlenietu Last winter, my two girls, boj
and wlte wero taken HI. Tho doctors said they
wero poisoned by drinking water trom an old
wcIL Tho two girls (ailed to rallr under tho
doctor's treatment. Eva, aped lour years, fell
away so sho only welshed ls',4 lbs.t coughed
all the time and was helpless. I'hyslclans said
Sho Had Consumption.
LUy, aged eight years, was nearly as bad as
Eva but being older and rtrongcr, held up a Ilt
tlo bolter. Wo (tavo them both Hood's Sarsv
parilla, which built up their strength and health
finely so that they becamo fat and plump, lhely
iuyson i;arruu w;i iu u uu tuu-
ditlon, having a bad cough and very weak. Ho
was obliged to He down most of tho time.
On bottlo of Hood's SarsnparMa. put him on
Ms r and restored perfect health. I ellev8
Hood's 8araparllla sated my children's lives."
John T. Hnowf., stowe, Vermont
HOOD'S P1LL8 euro all Liver Ills, Bilious
ness, Jaundice IudJzcsUou. Blclc Headache.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo ArcuIs for tlio Bopnblio of Ilnwnii.
A Short Distanco from tlio Bridge,
Tourists nnd others will find it to thoir
nrivnntnKa to visit tho above resort, ns
they will inoct with every accommodation
that comfort requires,
r MRS. TflOS. WRIGHT,
325 tf Proprietress.
tion of the ideal, that sUterBhit:
with nature which make up tho
ntmosphero of tho true Bohomiau.
Stricken with the fatal disease of
pent-up cities, wearied with a
Jjrain uun'.on that seemed never
ending, -jhe soucht tho rinnlinc
blue rJi tii0 placid' seas, with thoir
g'',ms of pink coral and tooth .of
whito foam, uud on tho bosom of
tho isle of eternal summer sho lay
her head and passed into tho
Miss Field did much for women.
Her lifo was n continual Btrugglo
for tlio rights of her sex. Early in
tho eighties sho interested a num
ber of woalthy ladios in Now York
city and with tho capitul furnish
ed by them started a woman's co
operative storo on Twenty third
street, between Fifth and Sixth
avenues. It was in ono of tho
finest blocks in the city, and was
fitted and furnished in superior
niannor. It was, in fact, an incip
ient idea that has been thorough
ly elaborated in many cities sinco
then, and of which tho Emporium
of this city is an exemplar. Offi
cers wore chosen;' a board of di
rectors elected, and tho entire es
tablishment arranged in depart- 1 0 1 "D -irirviv
merits, each under a special-man- 56cLSlfl.6 IlGSOI b
uguium. j-jvui.y uiiuy wmi ii luuy
could desire was to bo procured
there, and in order to accommo
date uptown or out of-town pat
rons au elegant restaurant, pre
sided over by a high-priced cfiof,
was opened on tho top floor. Tho
merchants took kindly to tho
schemo and wero liberal with their
credit, knowing full -well tho res
ponsibility of tho stockholders.
The entire business was carried
on by women, and Miss Field was
tho general' manager. But, some
how or other, the patronage was
not Buflicient to meet tho obliga
tions as they fell due. Tho mer
chants began to clamor for their
money, and it was not forthcom
ing. A mooting of tho creditors
wbb called and MisB Field was
asked for au explanation. Sho
could not satisfy them. Sho know
the store was crowded daily, and
thought that tho daily sales ought
to enable them to meet all do
mandsj but, soraohow or other, tho
cash did not lnutpriulizo. It was
tho old story of incompetency.
Tho ladies were.out of their cle
ment. Tlioy did not havo the ex
perience necessary to carry out
the original design, and tho con
sequence was failure. Tho cred
itors wore satisfied with Miss
Field's honesty, nud most of them
wero in favor of allowing an ex
tension of time and placing a com
petent man at the head of affairs
in order to struighten out the
business, but Miss Field was tired
of the whole thing and declined
all overtures. An assessment was
levied on tho stockholders, tlio
debts wero Bottled and Miss Fiuld
dropped out of mercantile life.
For several months sho resided
in San Itafaol, under the shadow
of scarred Tamalpais, and wrote
some of hor best articles undor
the inlluoucn of that poetic onvi
lomnent. feiio gmo successful
lcctuie ontertaiutiiouts ft Union
square hall in Sun Francisco dur
ing Outobor and Novombor, 1887,
under tlio business ugomsy of Mnr
cu M. Honry. It was tho literary
lady's initial visit hero. Hor sub
jects wero Charles Dickon?, "Eyes"
and J'jiirs m Jjonilon, lhe Mor
mons," and other topics. "Whon
she departed for Honolulu, De
cember, 18!)f, it was understood
that Mr. Henry was to oxpect hor
return in about three months and
was to arrange a sories of talks en
Alaska, Hawaiian Islands, Mor
'monhmd and "America for Amer
icans." But sho grow weaker and weak
er. "While 6ho felt at ease in tho
land of Biinshino tho dread disease
had made inroads too groat upon
her system, ami sho was unablo to
risk tho harsher airs that blow
8 fill I
Ci.aus Si-keckm s.
Wm. 0. IrtwiN.
HONOLULU - - - .
San Francltco Agents In Nevada Dank or
nnkvr ExcnAMOR ox
8an Francisco The Nevada Bank of Ban
London Tho Union Bunk of London, L(1.
New Yoiik American Kxclinnjje National
Chicago Merchant National Ilnnk.
I'aiiib Comptolr National d'Escompt do
Behmk Drcsdncr Bank.
HONOKOSO AND YOKOHAMA Ilonskong &
Shanghai Uanklni:. Corporation.
New ZfiALANDAM) Ausihama Bank of New
Victoiua ash Vancouveii Bank of Montreal.
Transact a General Banking and Exchange Bnsines?
Term and Ordinary Dcpolsts Received,
t.iiAns mnilu mi Annrmcil Sccuritv. Com
roerclal and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills
ot Exchange boucht and sold.
Collections Puomitlt Accounted Fon.
Situated on n Beautiful HilUldo Overlook
ing tho Ocean, nud 1300 feet
nbevo Sen Lovol.
Only 24 honr.' b.iil from Ilouoluln.
Climate inild, c'cir dry ntmosphero, freo
from fogs nud malaria, ospeeinl provision
for quiet nnd rKt a well ns for ainuso
tnent nnd outdoor life.
Dlt. U. a. LINDLEY, Prop.,
.125 tf Koufi, Hawaii.
No. 117 Bethel s(., between King and Iloto
Made to' Order
IN THK LATL8T 8TVLK.
T(iIUnlTrlni wllli Throtl, Tnniinr Mwtlnliw
Ktoiuuli C'aiarrh.f-rrnfiiU, Mliinn, (ir Ntrvmu Jii-MU
llv, tu v. Ill lie chen n nniili. Iullli l UK. dull.
JM.VH l)l(l(lll,'rH hMi;i,!liN (r trial. Cull at
lure of IIiiii.htih I'niK (' , Honolulu, II, I, "It'i
turtmUeH u 1'altAtlu iu Miu or iluiivy.
FROM S5.00 UP.
Fort Street, opposite Uackfeld's.
A Now Lot of Nico Goods Just
Received. Oloaniug and Re
" One of the divinesfc bendfits that has over come to the
humun race." Thomas Carlylc.
P. O. JONEH.
E. A. JONES
PYou Want Them to O
Fit. ... O
In this hot climato ill-fitting
clothing not only looks slovon-
ly but is uucomiortablo to wear.
In order to enBuro Lanflsomo
and comfortablo suits, the qual
ity and make of which are
guaranteed, call around nt
Medeiros & Decker's
and you'll get what you want.
HAVE FOR SALE
A Fow BLnres of
Pnia Sujrnr Stock,
Ilnwiilluu Snur Co. Stock.
Uatvniiun Govorimiuiit nml 1st
Mortyutfc Siifrur rinntu-
t3f" For pnrtlculars npply to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Vurt Street - liouolulu
Wo import from the Princi
' pal Factories of tho World.
Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Port and Merchant Sts. Wholesale and Eetail.
Wire Fence ! 'Wm Fence !
BISZHZOrE3 dc Co.
Transa6t a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
Special Sale of Fence. Wire at
Exceptional Low Rates!
Galvanized Fence Wire, Nos. 4 5 and G.
Annealed and Varnished do, Nos. 4, &n& 0.
Barb Wire, 4 points, 7 inches apart.
E For terms, apply to
Satisfaction Quarontood forGood Fit.
O.NLY WllITi: LAIIOK KMrtOYEI).
llcpulrlug and Clcunlni; a Sjicclaltr. I TELErnONE Gil. P. O. Box 298.
J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford? Conn.
ARsctB, $9,229,213.00. Incomo, 57,000,103.08.
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U.
''Branch), Liverpool, England.
Adsots, 2,700,870. Incomo, 91,810,000.
Talatine Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), (Manches
ABct8, 52,830,230.08. lucomo, S3.0I5.0S 1.00.
SfiF" Idmik-h riiut-clftfa Jlcrcnntilo nnd Mnnufortnrinf; lllslu! mul Dwelling Vio
perly in tho nlnno wdl-kuonu CouipanUs on tbo moht fmorablo tcruiH.
It Cures! Yes, Cures!!
Mrs. Utter Had Serious
Kidney and Brain
AU Praise to the Great
Medicine That Made
IFort Street, - - - - Tel.
BOAKDINO, -:- SALE -:- AND -:-
I-JAIHST'TaISW --:-- A.N".D
WG HAVE THE-
FINEST DRTVING HORSES
Tliobontof nltvntinn fi'n to.nniiiifilu left wltli ns Oaicfnl ilihoia, ipoctful
attoiulnuts, iirQiiijitneiw. IIi.c1.b, Siinii, UriiKiiM, llujjfion.Pli.iotons, NVnrouu(UH,
MRS. FRANCES UTTCR.
Paso Eobles, CAl., May 1, 1893.
"Wells, RioiiAnDsoN & Co.,
Gqntlcmen: I cannot speak too highly of Paine's Celery Compound. I
have just purchased tho third bottle, and am sure that tho medicine, with God's
blessing, has relieved me of n serious ajlcction of kidney and brain trouble and
a stubborn ease- of. rheumatism.
I feel very grateful that I was so fortunate as to. learn of this lliedicino
that innkes xcoplo well.
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
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