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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 15, 189G.
A tempto In tho morning light
Homo fnlr upon tliotnountnln height
And hot its turrets high
Agninut thu vaulted aUy.
Tho youth set forth, with honrt ftflKms,
Full nnued with faith to wrtto hli uam
Among thn dratlilem girnt
Who conquer ndvorso fata.
Ho leaves his home with pouch nnd Ufl
And answers hook with eosy laugh
Tho warning nd dltnu.t
Of thoM whoso hearts nrs dust.
Tho mountain roads aro hnrd to cllmt
Tho nolumn centuries of tlmo
Havo prcRM.il the wrlnkloa doop
On every rulliug atoep.
IFIld hungry bMts cronch In ht path,
And Bllmy serpent) hiss their wrnth,
Whtlo from tho trees tho owlt
Ilout in black rohea and cowl.
Then followsNlght, a pilgrim old,
A mteor hiding the sun's gold.
Ills dark breast decked with stars
Won In celestial wars.
Etlll through tho gloom tho templo shed
Its rndianco round the trarelor's head,
nut In Its pallid light
Ills brown hair turns to whlto.
Ily coldor winds his faco la fanned.
Uo longs to clasp soma friendly hand
Or feel tho welcome touch
Of lips that lovahlni much.
At Inst tho tcmplo gates nro won.
Uo en torn In, his journey done.
Then sinks In blank despair.
No living thing is there.
Ha cannot breatho tho stifling nlr.
Tho light, n phosphorescent glnro.
That round hln path wan shed
l'nlls nnl) i n tin iliu.l
Tbtoduru V. Cook in Now York Sun.
A GHOST IN THE CAB.
It was past midnight ; tho city streets
were- deserted, and itwns tiuio to go
homo. So thought cabby No. 11, shiver
ing in his msty overcoat Ho had watch
ed the electric liuht on tho corner until
its ring of rainbow needles seemed to
utab his eyes mid tho big shadows on tho
street below it to shako with tho cold.
"Not n faro this wholo blasted nightl"
ho muttered, reaching down uud pulling
tho blanket from his horno.
As ho did so ho l'olt tho carriago glvo
a great jar on its springs. Ho turned
quickly; somuonc had flung himself in
to tho K'at behind him.
"What do ycu want?" said tho cabby
Tliero was a pauo, then a voico came
through tho daiknesf, thick and nasty
aa a gurglo of black oil:
"Drive uio to .Tndns Withers', and, in
tho namo of heaven, drivo fast!"
' 'Judas Withers has been dead and his
soul with tho devil this many n year,"
answered tho cabman, staring behind
"Tho house, still stauds, but I havo
lost my way. Go on, you fool I"
Tho liguio reached over, and catching
tho whip from its placo gavo tho horso
h lash. Tho old beast plunged forward,
banging and rattling down tho street,
whilo tho cursing cubniau tried to clutch
nt tho reins, but a hand, chilly and
clinging as tho bolly of a snako, fasten
ed ou liis wrist, and tho thick voico
camo closo to his car:
"Now will you show mo my way?"
Tho driver sank into his placo again,
whilo tho old cab rocked liko a ship.
Ou they rushed, past closed stores and
lamplrss blocks of houses, now ripping
and wrenching across tho car tracks and
now swinging along tho deserted road,
on nnd ou, nutil tho pavements had been
left behind aud tho frost looked bock
from thu ruts liko a million littlo green
At last camo tho commund, "Stop, I
bco it now I" and tho next instant tho
cab was empty.
"ily farol" yelled tho cabman, leap
Thcro was no answer. Ho looked
about him. It was very dark whero ho
stood, but tho waning moon, with its
gnawed and crumbled edges, hung on a
lino with tho fir tops. Beforo him roso a
yagiio blackness, tho house, of Judas
WithoriJ, teuaiitless but for tlio old wife,
who still clung liko somo palo lichen to
its mohlering stones. Perhaps she, too,
was dead Tho cabby did not know. He
did know, though, that Judas WitLcrs
had been a miserly carcass, grudging
tho very skin that hung his bones to
gether. Tho houso stood back from tho road
nnd was surrounded by u pardon, now
lying gray and lonesomo under tho
moon. Aj tho cabby peered toward it ho
Maw tho (lguro of a man come, into tho
moonshine. It sprung across tho open
upaco in soft leaps liko n great black
bubblo, its every movement full of n
dreadful vitality. Then it was gone. As
tho driver himself turned to go, ho saw
a tiny red spark flash out from tho
houso beforo him, and ouo after tho oth
er tho windows on tho lower floor
gloved ted, as a cr.twliug blotch of
spaiklcs will cut across soot.
Tho man w.w there tho man, who
owed him moi'iy and all fcuv fled but
tho fear nt lus Tho cabby tied his
hotro aud weut ct coping up tho path
under cover of thi hedges. Whon ho
reached tho home, he miscd himself
gently and louk'd m at n:io of tho win
dows. Beforo hiin lay nu empty room.
On tho Jlcor, thrown from u window
opposite, was a great checkered ilag of
moonlight nothing moro, nothing but
thoso bJno squares in tho darkiiws.
Suddenly tho cabman ducked hlx
head, for ho haw that a man had glided
into tho room. Ho curried a caudlu high
abovo his head, aud his great palo face
was bloated and Ioomi us u curd.
rorlliii rtVrlnz with Tlirnnt, tunc or WofIIiik IMwrfp
HlOUl.ir h 1 'utltrrli flr.i?iilit A.llnii. n Vinniil Ilt.1,1.
II', etc., will ho sl en a ennmlo Utile nf 111!. Go;.
llN'H I'll ,Dl,T" 1 Mt'ISI IN f r trial. I'll! nt
Id nt if II hi mi i I -1 i li l I , Jl. I. "it's
HW'-'iKoJiui'aUiabUas Jlliiui iiuiwi.
This is tho complaint of
thousands at this season.
They havo no appetite; food
doos not rollsh and often falls to digest,
causing scvoro BUffcrlug. Bach people,
need tho toning up of tho stomach and
digestivo organs, which a course ot Hood's
Barsaparitla will give tlicm. It also puri
fies and enriches tho blood, cures that dis
tress alter eating and
Only a dyspeptic can know, creates an
appetite, overcomes that tired feoling and
builds up and sustains tho wholo physical
system. It so promptly and effectively
relieves dyspeptic symptoms and cures
nervous headaches, that It bcciub to havo
almost " a magic touch."
Dlstross Aftor Eating.
"I havo been troubled with indigestion
for Bomo time. After eating nnytuiDg
that was sweet I was suro to experience
great difficulty and distress. Last fall I
began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and am
glad to say that my stomach troublo has
entirely disappeared. I can now cat a
hearty meal of almost any kind of food
and havo no trouble afterwards. Hood's
Sarsaparllla has also cured mo of nervous
spells." John II. Hombiqhauben,
Wheatland, Iowa. Such cures prove that
Is tho best In facttho Ono Truo Blood Purifier.
TreiKircd by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
u it rMi cure nausea, lndlgeitlon,
nOOCl S FllIS biliousness. 25ccnts.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
Situated on a Beautiful Hillside Overlook
ing tho Ocean, nnd 1300 fctt
abovo Sen Lovcl.
Only 24 hoars' Rail fiom Honolulu.
Climnto mild, c'cir dry utuiORphero, free
from fogs and nialniin, especial provision
for quiet and rest na well us for nmiiso
uent nnd outdoor life.
Dlt. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
A Short Distance from tho Bridge,
Tourists and others will find it to their
advantage to visit the nbovo rcsott, as
they will meet with every accommodation
that comfort requires.
MBS. TflOS. WHIGHT,
G-. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Can Furnish the Best
Office, Fort street, opposite Catholio School.
Telephone 234, 442 and 100.
5" Orders promptly attended to.
FROM SD.00 UP.
Fort Street, opposite liackfeld't.
nil i rvi W
A Now Lot o Nice Goods Just
Received. Cleauiug aud Ho
tfE HAVE AjOtfED
We nro getting in a BIG STOCK
at our Now Storo
Medeiros & Decker,
Fine Tailoring and
' Furnishing Goods.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Assets, $0,229,213.09. Income, $7,000, 1G3.0S.
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
'Branch), Liverpool, England.
Assots, ?2,700,S70. Iiicouit, 51,8.19,000.
Talatine Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), vVIan Ches
AtetR, ?2,8.'i0,2.'!0.?8. lncirne, SO.Wr.t'M.OO.
25" Itihurts 1'irut-claiB Moicantilo and Muntifnctuiitip I'M p pad Dwelling l'ro
pcrty in the above well km.wu Cn)puuteH on tho inotit fnvoiubiu ti uns.
J". Ibvdl- ZDo-7-s7sett.
oxt Street, - - - - Tel. -3:7V
BOARDING, -:- SALE -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
Wm. O. InwiK.
San Pranchco Agtntt Tub Nkvada Hank or
vnkvr r.xcitANOB on
San FiiANCisco The NcmuIs Dank of San
London Tho Union Bank of London, Ltd.
New Yoiik American Kxclmni;e a(Ional
Ciiicaoo Mcrclinntf National Hank.
Faiiis Comptolr National U'Kscorapt do
IJbiilin Drcedner Danki
Honokono ANn Yokohama Hongkong it
Shanghai Bauklne Corporation.
New Zealand and Austhai.ia Hunk of New
ViOToitiA and Vancouveu Bank of Mont
real, Transact a General Banltlng and Eicliange Business
Term nnd Ordinary Depolsts ltccelved.
Loans made on Approved Security. Com
mercial nnd Travelers Credits Issued. Bills
of Exchange bought and eold.
Collections 1'komitlt Accounted Von.
p. o. JOKXS.
E. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Piiia Siifrnr Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Uo. Stock.
Hawaiian Government mid 1st
Mortgriiijo Sugar Planta
C3T" For pnrticulara apply to
Tho Hawaiian Sole Deposit &
40t Furt Htrnet
ZBISZESTODP cte Co.
Transact a General Bankinc
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
TEO. t. DiVlES Ci? "
Commission .. Agents I
" One of the divinest beneh'ts that lins ever come to the
human race." -Tliornas Carlylc. i
Wo import from the. Princi
pal Factories of the World.
Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTER & GO.,
Cornor Tort nntl Morohant Sta.
AVliolefialo mul llctnil.
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
any permanent relief until I used Paine' s Celery
Compound which Completely CUrcfl ttlC.
MRS. L. A. BRENTNER.
Mrs. Brentncr Completely Proslrated
Every Month with Nervous
HABNESS --:-- AND
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tim bent of nttcntiou given to nnimnls left with us. Cmclul drivers, rcsreottul
utUiiuunls, pioroptiieui. Huclis, BunieH, Bnikos. Uiiyics.l'haotoiis, Vflgniiclteh.
Heatt-felt Prsise for the PileilloSns
That Cured Hsr.
Thousnnds of women arc today blessing
Paine' 6 Celery Compound for the great good it
lias done them, and scores have written letters
similar to that of Mrs. L. A. Brentner.
San Jacinto, Cal.
Dear Sirs: I have buffered severely with
nervous sick headaches, with which I was
troubled every month. The pain was bo severe
that it completely prostrated me and it
seemed to me that I should go crazy. I had
tried all kinds of lcmcdies without obtaining
J. m. BUCKNER.
The leicine Tint
late People Well!
Why Buffer longer with liver and stomach
trouble? Pur.iy's Celery Compound will make
you well. Read how it cured Mr. J. M.
Kettle Falls, Wash., Dec. 9, 1894.
Gentlemen: I have taken only two bottles
of Paine' s Celery Compound for rheumatism,
and liver and stomach tumbles, and will be
frank in saying that I am well pleased with the
results. I used one bottle and was SO much
better that I abandoned its use for a
time, but my old stomach trouble made its ap
pearance again. I procured another bottle in
September and after using that I felt well.
STER DRUG Go.,
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands