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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 25, '1896.
HIS ONLY DUEL.
It Wan n Newspaper AfTiilr, nml llotli Ed
itor Itecelred ClinrRe.
Tho 61(1 editor lmtl tho lnsldo trnck mill
nnn doing lliu tnlklng.
"I iinvcr lmd more- thn'n ono duol," lio
"You eponk ng If onoworo not enough,"
Jutorruptod n lUtonor.
"It yns nn nmplo sufficiency," con
tinued tlio editor with n pmllc. "I was at
the time of Its ooourronoo 89 years of nno
ml tho editor of tlio Sniugtillo VluilW
tutor. I wns nlso n hut headed youth with
a yoarn for goro nml glory. In tho county
adjoining wijs a 'lonthesomo Contempo
rary' of lulno, built on about tho snmo
linen I won, and It wasn't nioro than a year
nftcr wo hnd boon contcmpornrlc) until wo
woro in n flno row. Ho would wrlto south- i
lng editorials, nnd so would I, and finally
wo dropped our pons and took tip pistols i
that Is, wn ngrccd to light a duol.
"Fortunately for Us wo had friends who '
woro nioro Kensllilo than wo woro, who
took olmrgo of nil tho arratigunivntfi for
tho bloody affray. It was decided by thoni
that tho duel should tako plato and that
wo should flro two shot at each other, tho
weapons being double barrel shotguns Mid
tho dtstanco ten paces. That milted us ex
actly, for wo woro extremely bloodthirsty
nnd wanted each othcr'H goro In largo
quantities. Tho fight was to tako placo at
0 o'clock In tho morning In a secluded
spot, and wo woro thcro promptly with our
seconds. Our Instructions woro to flro tho
flrt-t (shot after counting three, nnd If ono
or both surheil another shot might bo
Jlre,d as quickly as tho principal could got
his gun ready.
j "That mntio It a regular rough and
ttimhlo for half tho fight, and nlso made It
mora Interesting. It Isn't nocossary for
mo to go Into details of what I thought
'just before tho battlo, mother,' sufllco It
to nay I thought writing scathing editori
als b preferable to shotguns at 0 a. m.
Howovor, wo kept our noro nnd took our
places ready for business. And I think wo
Ynoant business, for wo took aim right at
each other. Then camo tho counting, and
Anally tho deciding 'throe,' and bang went
both guns at once I felt ns If I had
caught nn cntlro carload of Bhot from my
faoo down, and I tumbled over on tho
frrass. What hud become of my opponont
did not greatly concern mo nt that tuiprcmo
moment, for I was wondering why I was
"In a half mlnuto tho doctor was feeling
mo, and after a mlnuto or two mora ho
Raid I had been mlrocuously paved, and
pulled mo to myfiet. Evidently my op
ponent had nlso been miraculously saved,
lor ho wai standing about ton feet away
from mo with his doctor, and tho sight lie
presented made mo forgot nil nbmit tho
duel and break Into roars of laughter. I
appeared to hao tho sumo effect on him,
fur ho began laughing at mu. Then wo
both got mad, and In live mlnutis wo had
licked seconds doctors and everybody else
on hand and run tlieni clean out of tho
"This being accomplished, wo shook
hands and took a look at ourselves In n
.glass, which hud otldciitly bton brought
for our benefit. Penult mo to omit an
elaborate description of what wo looked
llko. Thoso confounded seconds had loaded
our guns to tho lnuzzlo with printer's Ink,
nnd tho way it was splattered over us
was enough to have mudo us laugh at llrst
nnd then to lick tho crowd that put tho
Job up on us. Howoor, wo had showed
wo had sand, and tho jokers kept In hid
lug until we announced In our respective
papers that all was forglveu, and tho
hatchet was iload and burled. That was
my only duel," concludul tho editor, "and
1 am extremely glad that tho guns woro
loaded with Ink Instcnd of buckshot."
Force of Hnlilt.
"You do not mean to tell mo," sold tho
horrified tourist ns ho watched tho com
mlUeo cutting down tho defunct from thu
telegraph pule, "you don't mean to tell
mo that this man was bunged for stalling
a JO horser"
"It do look n Uttlo tough," admitted
1'lef.ico 11111, ' but tho bit) 8 got In the habit
of hangln boss thieves In tho days when
bosses was worth soinethln, an It kluder
fctloliH to 'om." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Without exertion, weak, wenry nnd de
pressed. This Is the pitiable condition of
thousands at this season. It is due to
impoverished blood. The vital fluid has
becomo loaded with impurities and de
pleted in quality. It leaves tho system
Because tho blood is tho means naturo pro
vides for supplying nerves, organs and
tissues with nourishment, and health and
vigor cannot bo expected when tho blood
is thin and impure. Hood's Barsaparilla
is tho remedy for this weakness, becnuso
It enriches tho blood. It cures
Troubles by feeding the nerves upon
pure, rich blood. It overcomes that tired
feeling, creates an appetite and gives re
freshing sleep. It you want to feel well
you muBt havo pure blood. You may
have pure blood and good health by taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by its un
equalled record of cures haa won tho first
J. P. BOOPJGUES,
Fort Street, opposite llnckfeld's,
place among medicines.
"I dunno," H.iltl Farmer Corntossol,
"but what I'm wrong, but somoo' thuso
here publications they gits up nowadays
makes mo think o' el re uses."
"Idont qultu seo why," rejoined his
"Thurdon't scorn tor bo nothln much to
'om but tho plcters, nn most er them ain't
o." -Washington Star.
Heart und lilooil.
"Did ho glvo hor his heart?"
"Presumably. Sho married him for lus
.Ho was dlrootly descended. It nppearod,
from ono who claimed to huvo been hanged
for picking tho pooket of it I'Jnntugcuot.
Au Excellont lleuson.
I r I, T .1 'l
I ' Lhi.il 'in
Mk'rw'FEfoHhi 'Ml I Jrfu
"I wont to two receptions last night and
lost my umlirella at the last."
"It's a wonder jou didn't loso It nt tho
"That's where I ant It." Truth
I'll all mifli rlns with Throat, Lund or Voting 1 In are
tStouurb Catarrh, Scrofula, Aithina, or Nitwiih JihiI
Hv, i-lc, will m riven a Mninl hottlfl nf HI!, dull
MN'fl I'llllUllbATK iiMt'Ls'lOV f. r trial. Cull at
il,ir,ir( llnn.'TiR Krnir ' .llnnon ', Jl. I. "ii '
urr'itcil u i'alataliW aa Milk or licno.
The One True niood 1'urifler. All druggists. l.
PrciurcdonlybyC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
I-I,l n:!l- easy to buy, easy to take,
nOOCl S FlilS casytoopcrato.25c
Hobron Drag Co., Agents.
Situated on a Beautiful HiUsIdo Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
nbce Sea Lovol.
Only 24 hour-' sail from Honolulu.
Climnto mild, o'e.ir dry atmosphore, freo
from fogs aud miliaria, especial provision
for quiet and rest ns well as for amuse
ment and outdoor life.
DR. II. A. LINDLEY, Trop.,
325 tf Kona, Ilowaii.
A Short DiHtanee from tho Bridge,
Tourists and ethers will find it to their
advantage to visit tLo obovo resort, as
they will meet with eery accommodation
that comfort reqniris
illta. TUOS. W11IGHT,
G-. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Con Furnish tho Best
Office, Tort Btreet, opposito Catholic Bchool.
Tilephouo 23-1, 412 and 11)0.
f u pj
A Now Lot of Nice Goods JtiBt
Received. OlenniiiK aud Eo
UiT My Hock docs not tip in this man
nor, no matter how woighty the load.
Hack No. 14
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Loans made on Approved Seiurtly. Com
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Collections 1'hovptlt Accounted Fon.
p. o. JONES.
B. A. JONKS
HAVE FOB SALE
A Fow Shores of
Pala Supnr Stock,
Ilawniinn Stifar Co. Stock.
nawnlinn Government mid lut
Mortgnpo Sugar Plnntn-
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human race." Thomas Carlyle. ,
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deponit &
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Hnw'n Hotel 8 tables, 8Z
Fiuitlicou StiiblcB, 84.
Fashion Stablos, 148.
BAGGAGE delivered nnd chock
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Fort and Queen St3.
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Livery and Boarding Stables
Comer Men limit nnd niclinrds Stf.
SST Orders promptly attended to.
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hours. TKLKl'IIONE 400.
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Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Assots, ?0,229,213.09. Incomo, S7.0C0, 163.08.
London 6- Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
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Abbo's, 2,7C0,S70. Ineoiue, $1,859,000.
Talatine Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
AskelB, 52,8r0,2.1C28: Inccme, S.'l.Wfi.tiJH.OO.
gUjr 1invt, J")pt-clni-B Mejciiutile nuil Miuiufi.eii.iii y Pi.l,B nnd Duelling Pio
pi xty in tho r.l om Mill Knowu Ciiiihiuj( on the luoht fi u i.l. . irrum.
CT- ZLvT- 2Do-vrsett.
SIrnciMNT Stiii ft.
oxt Street, - - - - Tel. Q7V
BOARDING, -:- SALE -: AND -:- LIVEEY.
Transact a General Bankin.
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Commcrcinl and Traveler')
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal citiet
of the world.
Wo import from the Princi
pal Factories of the World.
1 Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Morcbant Ste.
"Wliolennle nnd Bntnih
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month -
MRS. L. A. BRENTNER.
Crazed "witla Pjaisji,
any permanent relief until I ti'cd Pninc's Celery
Compound which COillliiCJel CUred U!C.
IjTnf d jfyoLLcl
Mrs. Brentner Completely Prostrated
Every Month with Nervous
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRTVING HORSES
Tho hest of iitlontlc n fdven In iiiiIiihiIh hft with ns. Cnicful ilrhers, rcspeetln.
attomlnntx, jiroiuptiithH. Ilhcks, Sn riles, llmkuK, lliitfi.'lefi.riiuotoim, WugnuetteB.
Hearl-feit PraiseiorthQ medicine
That Cured Her.1
Tliousands of women nic today blessing
Paine' s Celciy Compound for the gieat good it
has done them, and r.core3 have written letters
similar to that of Mrs. L. A. Brentner.
San Jacinto, Cal.
Dear Sirs: I have buffered tevercly with
nervous sick headaches, with which I was
troubled every month. The pain was so severe
that it completely prostrated me ami it
seemed to mc that I should go crazy. I had
tried all kinds of remedies without obtaining
mm P&x mmk
J. M. BUCHNER.
The Hedkdne That
Males People lellf
Whv tv(fv lon'fi w!th liver nnd stomach
trotiliW I !' - iv Compound wul make
Kq:td how it cured ilr. J. M
Kcttm; Falls, "Wash., Dec. 9, 1S94.
Gentlemen: I have taken only two bottles
of Paine' s Celery Compound fpr rheumatism,
and li ci and htoinuch tronbl. and will be
frank in raying that I am well pleased with the
results. I used one bottle nnd 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 irv
September and after using that I felt well-
HOLLISTER DRUG Co.,
"Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Wv u, itoK-i.'.