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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 10, 189G.
Across tlio Btrlnci of memory
. A zephyr umithis from out tho pist, "
Xi Wlion youth believed tlio shooting stars
Thnt night athwart the heavens east.
They told him that tho soutfelt wlrti
Arkvtl, while still glowed tho flashing brant
Wtro suro to fall a wondrous gift
Within faith's supplicating hand.
How many drrnms of love and wealth
How runny hope of name and fnlno
With boylah truxt so soon outgrown
Were loaded on each flitting flamet
(Say 'twas tho crudencu of thu fool,
A fareo whero folly played chief part
It lind what too much after.lacks.
Tho earnest service of tho heurt.
And so of all those, radiant ships
That ono tlino sped o'er Boas of nlr
And piled tip high with golden drenm,
Btruek Ago's rock and foundered there),
Hung In tho sanctum of tho sou),
Where death can only forco thn bnr,
Alono remains that joy wo knuw
And lived when drtamlng of tho Btnr.
ROUTED BY GIRLS.
Tho Mnrquiso Thcrcso do Liomip, (h
most adornblo old Intly i tho world, I
grandmother, with fluttering littlocurli
mid tho laughing eyes of n child, lir
but ono fault, and that so gravo n oni
that you would hardly bellevo it
Dainty and pretty ns tho is, and (rrandi
dmno to tho tipi of her taper fiiijrors
r.ho pnuctuates her most ordinary ecu
vcrsation with tho FtrniiRPMt of onth
At tho nliKlittst provocation, or on i;(
provocation at all, sho will come ou
with "Thodeuco!" or "Tim devil!" i
even a "Damn!" that shocks every on
who hears her. "It's an old habit o.
mine," sho explains, "and I cling to 1
becauso it is u:i old one. And then," fH
ndds, with a gay smile, "it saved m(
onco from tlio greatest ioril n worn at
And hero is thf story at the innrquiM
"Old tlionj?h I am, I am not a verj
Ferious person ; but, as n littlo girl nh,
how long ago that was how long ago
I was the gn-att madcap that evti
got out of breath chasing butterflies, 01
toro her gown and left her hair ribboui
on tho hawthorn Iran, thougli that did
not prevent me egud! would you lo
lieve it, at 14! from being very muel
inteivstcd tveti tlien in tho hnr.iW vw
hussar, gold lticrel, embroidered and be
dizcued, who adoinrd tlio front p.tges 01
tho roiiuinoi'H of that day.
"Naturally my friends were hardlj
less feather brained than I. Yon vnr.h
havo to nun-li long to llnd a di.vuol
moro full of turbulent chatter anr
laughter and flights of song than tin
Convent of t he S.i red Hi art, whero
took my vow- never to b a urn.
"It was in tli evening that wo usco
to play our greatest pranks. Wo had
discovered a way to slip out of tlio dor
mitory without waking up the sistci
who was supposed to guard over us. A.
soon as sho was asleep, wo would creci
down stairs into the great durk garden,
carrying with us tablets of chocolate, t
coffco pot, and an alcohol lamp, and,
climbing up to u favorito perch high ii
an old oak tree, wo would mako choeo
luto and drink it triumphantly in the
"In tho town where this convent was,
thero was al-o .1 garrison. Tho walls ol
our garden wens very high, and wo novel
so much as set eyes on a uniform; but
walls that prevent seeing, do not pre
vent hearing. Tho oiMccrs and common
soldiers naturally attracted by the
presence of so many girls, I supjKisc
used to stroll along on tho other sido oi
our wull in tho evenings, chattering to
gcther, and wo girls used to listen. Wc
could hear them so well! They would
describe what they had dono in battle,
or what they would do in caso there
should bo n war, and when they got ex
cited, they used to talk in tho most blood
thirsty wuy. It was terrifying to heat
them, but so fascinating! And what
formidable oaths they used! Wo conhl
remember u few of thuni.
"Ono day, us wo wero walking to
gether in ono of tho paths, Evelino dc
Sabran exclaimed, 'By thunder, girls,
this is a devilish flno evening I'
"It was a revelation! From that time
forth, tho entire convent, insphed by
her example, began to pepper their con
versation with oaths that would have
dono credit to Napoleonic veterans. And
wo did not content ourselves with the
garrison expletives overheard across the
wall. Wo ltvalle d peasant profanity wc
had heard years before, and hunted
through romances to find tho oaths of
flno gentlemen, loisterers, and serving
maids. It was not long before wo had
acquired a special and remarkable erudi
tion in that line.
' 'As you may imagine, it was not in
tho clashes, bel'oro tho pious ears of
tho suteis, that wo aired our new ac
complishment. In tho daytimo wo
hwoio only 1 eforc tlio abbess, who was
deaf us, iv. post. But as fooii as night
oilmen-oil, wo did iot think of ohorol-tto
any more, you may bo sun- we met cu
tho lawn under tho big oak ami had a
grand tithe. 'Deuco tako it!' Jnno do
Seanx wonlel bi gin. I would follow
with 'By thni'ilev, blast your eyes!' and
tlio others u ould chorus 'Devil fly 'way
with mo!' 'D.r.nuio, sir!' 'By 'r lady!'
'Ten hundred thousand devils!' 'Groins
and canister!' 'Thumb r and lightning"
'Confound it!' Tim-ons stiutting about
with cur haii'ls oj. our hips or twirling
imaginary mustaches, with our littlo
voins coming f mm tho bottoms of our
boots, you wojld think wo wero moro
terriblo than n rvgiment of dragoons."
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flu nC2.i el''J ipHaaW nta
ruilUiifrerlns uh Tliroal, I.nnur Watting l)lr
Moniah Hots rrli.hr if in vihinn. or Nrrtiinn 1h i.
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with an ovnslvo answer. It mean much
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be strong, vigorous, full ot Ilfo and ambi
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will havo littlo neod to fear disease It your
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glvo it richness and vitality and tho llfo
and strength-giving properties which aro
required, nothing can equal Hood's Sar
saparllla. It makes
Rich, Red Blood. It will ovcrcomo that
tired feeling, create an appetite, glvo
sweet, refreshing sleep and mako you
strong. It will build you up and cnablo
you to resist tho enervating effects of
warm or changcablo weather. Is not this
exactly what you want? Then tako
Tho One True Wood Purifier. All druggists. ?!.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
,, ,, ,.,, net eislly, promptly and
HOOdS PlllS cflcctlvely. 25 cents. ,
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
Situated ou a Beautiful llil'siele 0eilook
hig the Ocean, mid loOOfcut
Only 21 hours' sail from Honolulu.
Cliniiite mild, o'e-tr dry nttnospbero, free
from fogs nud mnlnriu, especial provision
for quiet and i'st ns well ns for ninuso
uieut nud outdoor life.
" A heiress
BR. 11. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
.12."! tf Konn, Hawaii.
A Short Dibtnnoo from tho Bridgo.
Tonnsts and others will find It to their
advautngo to visit tbo above rebort, as
they will meet with every accommodation
that comfort requires
MRS. TflOS. WRIGHT,
325 tf Proprietress.
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Can Furnish tho Host
Office, Fort street, opposite Catholio School.
Telephone 231, 41!! and 100.
BS5" Orders promptly attended to.
J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Assets, $0,220,213.09. Income-, $7,0GO,10r..OS.
London 5- Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
'Branch), Liverpool, England.
Sli EI.;rAsutB, $2,7C0,&"C. Imomt, Sl.bPO.OOO.
"Palatine Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
AhK-ts, 52,8.'iC,U:i0.28. Inccmo, ?:t,0f I M.10.
fjSir Insiiiib r'it-t-ilns Mt'icnutile and Hnnufictuiii Rul i. nt.d CvelllugFio
pert iu the uove veil tmavu Couipituies on tlio mott fiwinubic turns.
ZEFcet: Stieet. - - - - "Xel. -W
BOARDING, -:- SALE -: AND -:- LIVERY.
-VE HAVE THE-
FLVBST BIUVFNG HORSES
The beat of nM. Hon 5v to nuinmlM lff' vlth us. Onicfnl ilrivBra, lcipectfn.
ftttcuJnntii, jiroiaptinmh. Ih.olte, Siinitb, DniltoH. liuj;(.'ien1I,hai)toii8, Wngnncttes.
J. P. iiOBHIGUES,
Fort Street, opposite HackfclJ'e.
A Now Lot of Nico Goods Just
Received. Oloauiiig and Re
WE HAtfE RjOtfED
We nro'getting in a BIG STOCK
ut our New Store
Medeiros & Decker,
Fine Tailoring and
' Furnishing Goods.
I3T My nack does not tip in this man
ner, no matter how weighty tho load.
Hack No. 14
Stnvrlt Bethel and K.no streets.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Mcrclinnt nnel Ulclinrds Sts.
LIVERY and BOmKDING STABLES.
KT" Carrlajres, 8urrcvB nnel Hocks at all
liour. TELEPHONE 400.
The Evening JMletin, 75 cents
Wm. 0. InwiN,
San Franrtico Agent Inn Nevatja Hank qr
CltAW EXC1I1NOE ON
3an Fiuncisco Tho NctuiU hank of Ban
London Tlio Union Bank of London. Ltd.
New Yoiik American Rxcliano National
Chicaoo Merchants National Hnnk.
rAlU8 Comptolr National el'Lecompt ele
Dekmn Dreedncr Bank;
lloseiKONo and Yokohama Hongkong &
Slmnclinl Banklnc Corporation.
New Zealand and Ausiiiau a Hank of New
ViCToitu and Vancooveh Bank ol Mont
real. Transact a General Banking ami Eicnange Business
Term and Ordinary Dcpolsts Received.
Loans mado on Approved Security. Com
mercial and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills
ot Exchange bought and sold.
Collections 1'homitlt Accounted For.
I'. O. JOKES.
E. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pnln Sugar stock,
Ilawailiin Sugar Co. Stock.
tlawallan Government anil 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
GF" For particulars npply to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
108 Pnrt Streot
BISHOP cSc Co.
Transact a General Bonking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
'C:PPI1':'; H Well.
MRS. RANCES UTTER.
Paso Robi.ks, Cal., Slay 1, 1893.
"Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Gentlemen: I cannot speak too highly ol' Paino's Celery Compound. I
have just purchased the third bottle, and am &uro that tho medicine, with God's
blessing, has relieved me of a serious ail'ection of kidney and brain trouble and
a stubborn case of rheumatism.
I feel very grateful that I was so fortunate as to learn of tllis medicine
that makes people well.
I remain, y ,
T&fi-, Irf, Dvfies 0:
Commission . Agents I
" One of tho divinest benefits that litis ever come to the
human race." Tliomas Carlylc.
v" r . '
1 Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTEB & CO.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month s
nUisni mm u,
Wo import from the Princi
pal Factories of the World.
"Wholesale nud Eetail.
It Cures! Yes, Cures!!
Mrs. Utter Had Serious
Kidnev and Brain
All Praise to the Great
for the HaVaiian Islands
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