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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 28, 189G.
DOWN THE FLUME.
Tho snow lay deep iu tho Occur
d' Atones yes, inovo thau that, tho min
ing camps Ycro "eiiowttl in. " I Jind not
been tony in tho camp, and it was nil
new to mo, bo I naturally tied to Got
cnior Bill, foreman of tho Last Ohanco,
duriiiR tho exciting days of tho great
snowstorm. Tho minors gave him that
namo Ixvauso ho had gono to oollego
with a governor of ono of our eastern
states, llowas educated for tho bar, tmt
drink mado him a miner, nnd now that
ho was reformed tho company mado him
n foroman. When tho storm commenced,
tho mills wcro nil shut down and tho
water which furnished tho power was
turned from tho various flumoi
Tho day following tho ono of tho
heaviest snowfall it was reported nt tho
lower cud of tho gulch that an immenso
snowslldohad occurred during tho night
nt tho upper end. I procured n pair of
snowshoesand hurried to tho scene. Tho
manager and Bill woro superintending
tho working of scores of miners ill fact,
all tho nvailablu men.
"What's tho matter, Bill?" I inquired.
"Tho mon nt tho upper mill nro hurled
in tliis monntniu of snow, " ho answered.
"What! How many?"
"Four You see, (ho miners at tho
boarding house thero below escaped, but
those who slept iu tho loft of tho mill
nt tho head of tho gulch had no chauco
to leave. "
Thoso who havo visited tho Ccenr
d'Aleueswill recall how steep tho Irattos
riso from tho narrow gulches. At places
you can scarcely scalo them, nnA even
tho hnrdy pines can barely gain a foot
ing. Tho wind was now blowing in gusts
carrying cloud of snow from tho hutted
abovo, swirling down tho slopes, eddy
ing through thu gulches and banking tho
whitn powder at tho very feet of tho
miners. Shovels wero powcrlcs, but tho
men worked on in thu Ann belief that
thry would reach their comrades. But
no 6110 know whether tho old building
had stood the strain mid that tho poor
fellows were alive.
"It's no go, Mr. Bunion, " Bill de
spondently said. "Thero is no telling
Iiow long tho storm v ill keep up, and
even if it mioii MilwidM it will bo day
heforo wo can reach them. Moreover,
they cannot hvo long in that small
building without nir."
"I fear yon aro right, Bill. But it is
all wo can do, " (-lowly replied tho man
ager Thero was a momentary lull in tho
storm, when tho governor reiuuikcd,
with an anxious face: "Look at tho
streak down tho buttc. That must havo
been tho puth of tho slide. "
"Yes it originated on tho smooth
flume. " A blinding rush of snow from
, over tho mountains shut out tho view.
"Tho wind keeps tho flumo-baro near tho
top of tho slope," added tho manager
ufter wo had shifted our positions, for
tho snow was drifting about us.
All day long tho men toiled, and all
that night reliefs wero working, but
piogrOhS iu tho shaft was slow, as tho
snow continually caved in or was carried
in by tho md. During tho following
day and night thero m as no let up in
tho work. To mo alTairs looked more
hopeful, for tho storm bad spent its
finy and was now subsiding. That
niglit I asked Bill how deep hu thought
tho mow was where the men ere work
ing. "It's n hundrod feet if an inch," he
replied, "and wo havo not made moro
than -10 Thirty more feet should bring
us to tho roof, but, you mh it becomes
harder tho deeper wo get. "
Evidently Dill did not tako as hope
ful a view of affairs. I had movtd my
bunk to tho olllco building, and curly
tho fallowing morning I was aroused by
n loud knocking at tho door. It was the
governor Ho looked very deteimined
and hurriedly said that ho had planned
a hchoire, a sido issuo, during the night
nnd wanted mo to join him. Bill had
not slept or eaten much sinco tho slide,
t-0 worried had ho beou and anxious to
rescuo tho buried men. Ho had rovcrnl
hundred fcot of email, strong ropo with
him, and after n hurried breakfast at
tho ofllccrs' mesa flvo of us set out on
"Which way, Bill?"
"To tho tlume, " was all ho said.
I did not urgo him; it only irritates
n strong man to ask him to disclose his
plans iu timoof action. I decided to fol
low and await developments.
Tho ascent of tho.precipitous bntto in
tho gray of morning was no easy task,
but by taking a somowhut circuitous
route, which followed a "hogback," wo
avoided tho steeper slopo and beforo long
readied tho cxjicai'd portion it the
" And low, " Miid Bill, "we'll mine
down as far us we oun alung tho tlume. "
Wo did so, and after traveling a short
distance below tho point vheio tlio snow
firbt covered tho plunking wo dug sev
eral feet and denied the boalds
Tho scheme lind giadually unfolded
itself to mo. I saw it all now Bill was
going to havo himself lowertd down the
tinme and, if possible, through the 24
inch mttallio conduit, which prolonged
tho flume at a short distance from tho
mill. Then ho would trust to luck at
getting through thoturbino unil into tho
building And this was tho mnn who.
roill-iinVrlnr w'Mi Throat I n orVntt'i I 1i-r
St 'lllmlll itnrrli.gcrc.f i, ' u r V. .inl'dil-
lit. etc., ulil l.o f iu a -' ' I" HI" ' I'll. '!(
MN'S t'lln('u,vrK ('Ml li IS f.rtroi. Cull at
tUrevt II hi m ii Truu ' i Jl I "II 'i
KW'-MU.Cilll. I il. lliN, ul i. r il i
:?S m &,
With Hood's Sarsapa
rlllft, "Sales Talk," and
show that this mcdl-
clno has onjoyed publlo confidenco and
patronage to a greater extent than any
other proprietary medicine This Is be
causo It possesses greater mcdlclnat merit
and produces greater euros than any other.
It is not what wo say, but what Hood's
Barsaparllla docs, that
Tolls tho Story.
All advertisements of Hood's Barsaparllla,
llko Hood's Sarsaparilla Itself, aro honest.
Wo havo nover deceived tho public, nnd
this with its supcrlatlvo medicinal morlt,
is why tho people havo abiding tonQdcnco
In it, nnd buy Hood's Sarsaparilla almost
to tho exclusion of all others.
Customers Want Hood's.
' Wo order Hood's Barsaparllla In largo
quantities and It Is tho only blood purifier
which a druggist can buy in largo quanti
ties without risk. It is soiling very rapidly
and customers who buy it onco aro Buro
to call for Hood's tho next time. Wo bo
lieve Hood's Sarsaparilla must possess
truo merit In order to retain Us popular
ity. Its Bales exceed all similar prepara
tions and its praises aro often heard."
L. Bommer & Son, Springfield, Illinois.
Thousands of druggists Bay tho same
Is the best In fact Hie One True Blood Purifier.
I'reparedonlybyC. I Hood &Co.,Imel, Mass.
Hnnd'c Dill,- nro the only pills totako
Ho"bron Drug Co., Agents.
1ST My Unck docs not tip in this man
ner, no matter how weighty the load.
Hack No. 14
K5T TELEPHONE 170 gz
Standi Hethnl and K.nc n'ret.
J. J. Sutxivas,
Honolulu, II. I.
Sullivan & IiuoKtiKY, Mnu'g'rb.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent und Care
Stand at tho Pa'ntheon Stables,
Comer of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Haw'n Hotel Stables, 82.
Pantheon Stables, 31,
Fashion Stables, H8.
BAGGAGE delivered and cbook
ed to any Steumor. Furniture
nntl Pianos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Residence Tel. 643
Livery and Boarding Stables
Comer Merchant nml Itlcliards Sts.
LIVERY and BOARDING STABLES.
K?7" Carriage. Surrcjs and IIucl.8 at all
hour. TKI.El'IIONE 4W.
. Ui"irfi!iiif "
oxt Street. - - - - Tel. V7
BOARDING, -:- SALE -:- AND -:- XIVERY.
I-IX-iNESS --:-- AND
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tho lest of attention given to auliunlx left with ns. Cniefal drixors, rospectfu.
utttinlnutB, proioptiutiH. lldoliK, SiinicR, Biakon. Ihigt'ieB.rhdetous, WngouotteH.
.... A now importation of . , .
Jl. $ TILOM $)$$
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
J. P. RODRIGUES,
Fort Street, opposite llaekfeld'e.
A Now Lot of Nico Goods Just
Received. Gleaning nnd Re
More often than not deter
mine a man's standing. If
you will come to us for your
clothes we will see to it that
you leave with a good
appearance and it won't cost
you much. Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
Medeiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Wnvei'ny lilock. - Honolulu.
Situated on a Heuutiful llillsiilo Overlook
ing tho Occnu, nnd 1300 feet
abevo Sea Lotcl.
Only 21 hours' bail from Honolulu.
Climnto nilld, olcnr dry ntmospheie, free
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rrst ns well as for ntnuse
niont nud outdoor life.
Dlt. II. A. LINDLKY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
A Short Distnnon from tho Bridge,
Tourists and othurs will find it to their
ndvuntnuo to visit f e nbovo resort, ns
thoy will meet with every accommodation
that comfort requires
SiltS. TflOS. WltlGHT,
Rlf I f f Tl 1
Wm. G. Irnvttf.
San ftancitco Agent The Net-aba Dank or
DRAW EXCnANOB OK
San Fiiancisco Tho Ncvuila Hank of San
Lonpon The Union Bank of London, Ltd.
Nkw Toiik American Exchange National
CniOAOo Merchants National Bank.
1'Altis Comntolr National d'Kucompt de
Bnm.iN Drcedner Bank;
IiONOKONO AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong it
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zcaland and Austhama Bank of New
ViOToaiA and Vancouvek Bank of Mont
real. TraiMt a General Banking anfl Eicnange Business
Term and Ordinary I)epolts Kccclvcd.
Loans madu on Approved Security. Com
mercial and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills
of r.xchanpo bought and sold.
Collections 1'jiovptlt Accounted Fob.
f. o. JOKES.
n. A. JOKES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shnres of
PnJa Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
t3jr For particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Fort Street ... Tlonolnlu
BISHOP 6z Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
ot tho world.
Paso Rotlt:s Cal., May 1," 1893.
"Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Gentlemen: T cannot speak too highly of Paine's Celery Compound. I
have just purchased the third bottle, and am sure that the medicine, with God's
blessing, has relieved me of a serious all'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 tills medicine
that uiakes people well. , .
I remain, y . .
Very respectfully, U hcU foLlu,
HOLLISTER DRUG Co.,
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
TV E). 0ies $ Co
Commission .. Agents I
" Ono of the divinest benefits that has ever come to the
human race." Tliomas Carlylc. ,
HOLLISTER & CO.,.
Corner Fort nnd Merchnnt Ste. Wliolesnlo nnd Eotnil.
Bulletin, 75c. Per Month -
Wo import from the Princi
pal Factories of the World.
Pine Cigars a Specialty
it Cures! Yes, Gil res!!
Mrs. Utter Had Serious
Kidney and Brain
All Praise to the Great
Medicine That Hade
y-.' rtT jn fa p