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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890.
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Bho In rnRORiil. A)i, woo N mol
Her Tovn tbuchnl ln-nrt no more Is free. '
Her foul la woocil, licr lio.mty won,
TI1I1 clicrmhiK mold of twentyonu. '
Yo Rods, whnt lnortnl agony (
Assails my breast and makes tn flee ,
From tlRbt of man? Wliat lunacy I
Alas, I um Indeed undone I
She Is ongaged. ,
No InnifAr mn tini orru lw. 1
A licnven on enrth, nn ecstasy.
, No longer, when tlm nlilnlng Min ',
, Each day his fiery courw hath run, .
, Cun I ho glad, for It's to tno
Silts In engaged.
SKETCHES BY M. QUAD
The Hoar (lot Wniinpeil.
Tho station liRout at Hilltop station
had n full grown black bear which had
been prcstoitul to hint by it hunter, and
tho animal v.vna chaiucd to n polo a few
yards from tho building. There was an
iron ring at tho end of tho chain which
Bliil up and down tho pole, and some
times bruin was on tho platform nt tho
top and sometimes down on tho ground.
Tho day that our train switched in at
Hilltop to wait for tho cast bound ex
press ho was walking around tho polo,
and, as a pcoro of tis surrounded him,
ho acted us if ho wanted to get hold of
By itml by tho station agent camo out
Hiid warned us to keep clear, but us ho
did fo a tough lookiug mnn, about -10
years old, began to rcmovo Ids coat and
"Mister, is your b'ar it fighter?"
"IIo'h very savage," was tho reply.
"So nm I, and 111 b-t you $10 I kin
lick your b'ar in ilvo niiuiU."
" You keep away from him or ho'll
mako strings of you. Sco how badly ho
wants to get at you."
"Yes, an I wunter git at him jist as
bad. Vanter bet with mo?"
"No, sir. Here what uro you going
"Goin to lick that b'ar outer his butes
in a fa'r bout. Kverybody stand back
and hero goes! Whoop! Whoopee!"
Tho agent grabbed for him, but ho
was too lute. Tho bear seemed to bo
nwaro of the mau's intention and was
on his hind feet to rcccivo him, but
thoro was a surpriso party in storo for
that anhn.il. Tho man ran in on him
and gavo him a blow which rolled him
over, and ho got up to bo kicked and
banged about until his emintgo suddenly
evaporated and ho started up tho pole.
Ho icccived two or thruo good ones as
ho went, and tho man would lmvo
climbed after him had he not been seized
and held. Ho had licked that bear in
just four minutes, and that without re
ceiving a hc-iutch, and us ho put on his
coat ho looked around und said :
"I told yon I could do it, an I hov.
I've- fit all soits of b'ars from a black
cub to a' full grown grizzly, an I know
my gait. Say, if thcro aro any other
b'ars along this railroad hankerin to
chaw souio human critter up jist let mo
know an I'll servo 'em out! Hump!
Why, I orter hov put on my overcoat an
mittens to tacklo that varmint up thero!
Ho wouldn't fight u bunch of shingles
in a datk night!"
With Hood's SarBopa.
rllln," Sales Talk," and
show that this mcdl
cine has enjoyed public confidence and
patronages to a greater extent than any
other proprietary medicine. This is be
cause it possesses greater medicinal merit
and produces greater cures than any othor.
It is not what wo say, but what Hood's
Sarsaparllla does, that
Tolls tho Story.
All advertisements ot Hood's Sarsaparllla,
like Hood's Sarsaparllla itsclt, aro honest.
Wo have never deceived tho public, and
this with its supcrlatlvo' medicinal merit,
is why tho people havo abiding aonfidenco
in it, and buy Hood's Sarsaparllla almost
to tho exclusion of all others.
Customors Want Hood's.
' Wo order Hood's Sarsaparllla In largo
quantities and it Is the only blood purifier
which a druggist can buy In largo quanti
ties without risk. It is selling very rapidly
and customers who buy it onco aro suro
to call for Hood's tho next time. Wo bo
llovo Hood's Sarsaparllla must possess
true merit in order to retain its popular
ity. Its sales exceed all similar prepara
tions and its praises aro often heard."
L. Sommeii & Son, Springfield, Illinois.
Thousands of druggists say tho samo.
. . . A now importation of ... .
Fine Woolens .
.... AT ... .
jL $ TI(E(L0AN $0$
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
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Fort Street, opposite Hackfcld's.
Iitliobest Inf.icttlieOneTruo Illood I'utlflcr.
rrepiredonlyliyC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Hrkofl'c Utile nro the oiilyTiiuTttTtakS
nOOU S r'illS ttitlillood'sSarsaparula.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
X3T My Hack does not tip in this man
ner, no matter how weighty the loud.
Hack No. 14
Standi Ilflthel and K.nu H'reels.
HtI ill f r M If
J a ft 1 ll
3. J. SUIJ.IVAN,
FasMon Staples Co.,L'fl.
Honolulu, II. I.
ScLLm.N & Bocklkv, jMnn'g'n..
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competout und Care
Tlicy All Stopped llm Clock.
An hour beforo huiulown I camo along
to a man sitting on a log by tho road
sido and asked him whero I would bo
likely to got lodgings for tlm night.
"Waal," ho slowly replied after look
ing mo over, "you might git in at Stevo
Taylor's, but ho und his wilo don't
speak, and it would bo rather unpleasant
"Yes. it would."
"You might git in nt Sam Burton's,
but iio and his wifo don't fqxmlr, and
you would feel kinder embarrassed, I
"Silo Adams is alius ready to tako
ovcrybody in, but ho and his wifo don't
Speak to each other, you seo."
"There's Joo narper, two miles
ahead, uud you'd bo suro of u good bed
thero, but Joo und his wifo haven't
spoken to i'U"h other fur mouths. You
wouldn't enjoy yourself thoie."
"Thuio's John Itichurds just ucrofs
tho river, but it'u tho wimo there. I saw
John ychterdiiy, und ho said ho'd seo
his olo woman in Texas beforo ho'd
"How is it iu your caso?" I akcd.
"Oh, I could tako yon iu all right
and would bo glad o do it, but mo and
tho olo woman don't oven look at each
"Something queer must hnvo hap
pened in thin neighborhood to got all
tito husbands and wives mad nt each
"Yes, sunthin did. A singin skulo
teacher struck this imyburhood about a
year ago, und in order to git folks in
terested ho put up a ehromeo to bo given
to tho best look-in woman."
"And some- one got it, and of course
that mado all tho"
"No, nobody got it," ho interrupted.
"Every durucd ono of tho IU women
thought sho was entitled to it, and they
turned out and pioblicd tho skulotcacher
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streots.
Haw'n Hotel Htnbles, 82.
rnuthcon Stables, 84,
Cushion Htnbles, 148.
BAGGAGE delivered und chock
ed to uuy Hteumor. Furniture
nud Pianos carefully moved at
Itoas' nnble Itutes.
Satisf action G-uarantaBdi
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel 912, liwidenoo Tql. G48.
Livrry anil Boarding Stables
Corner Murclinnt nnd Itli'linids Sis.
LIVERY and HOARDING STADLES.
t3?" CarrlK'', Sifrcv and llncks nt all
hour. TEI.KPHOSE 400.
A New Lot of Nico Goods Just
Received. Cleaning and Re
More often than not deter
mine a man's standing. If
you will come to us tor your
clothes wo will seo to it that
vou leave with a trood
appearance and it won't cost
you much. .Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
Medeiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Witvrrloy lllock, - ITonolulu.
Shunted on a BcoutHul Hillside Overlook'
ing tho Ocoiui, nnd 1300 feet
nbevo Sen? Level.
Onlv 24 hoiin,' Bull from Honolulu,
Clinihto mild, c'c.ir dry ntuiospheio, firo
from fogs nud mnlarin, cspecinl iirovislon
for quiet nnd n-fct as vninsior ninuso
ment nnd outdoor life.
Dit. H. A.LINDLEV, Prop.,
:i25t( Konn, Hawaii.
A Short Dibtnii'o from tho lliidge,
Wm. O. Imvw.
San Prancitco Agent 7nz Nevada Bank or
DllAVr EIC1IAN0E OK
Sam Francisco Tho Nevada Dank of San
London Tho Union Hank of London, Ltd.
New Tout; American Exchange National
Ciiioaqo Jlcrclmntf National Bank.
I'AliiSr-CumiUotr National d'Eecompt de
Beiilin Drcsdncr Banki
Hosokoxo anh Yokohama Hongkong it
Shaiitflial Banking Corporation.
Ne w Za r.ANn Ann Aubtii am a Hank of New
VicToniA and Vancouver Bank of Montreal.
Transact a General Banking anflEicliange Business
Term and Oldlnary Depolsts Itccetvcd,
Loans made on Approved Security. Com
mercial and Travelers Ci edits Issued. Bills
of Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Pkomi-tly Accounted For.
r. O. JOXEB. E. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shnros of
Pnia Sufrur Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government nnd 1st
BlortjriifJts Sugar Planta
t3" For particulars npply to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Fort Strnnt
BXSZEHIOIIP cSs Co.
Transact a Gcnprnl Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
ot tho world.
TJjeo. . EVies Co,
Commission . Agents I
" One oftlio divinest benefits that has ever come to the
human race." Tliomas Carlylc.
Wo import from tho Princi
pal Factories of tho World.
1 Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTER & CO.,"
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
"Wlioleenlo nnd Retail..
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month -
any permanent relief until I used Paine's Celery
Compound which completely cured mc.
MRS. L. A. BRENTNER.
Mrs. Brentner Completely Prostrated
Every Month with Nervous
TVmmi.ta nml ,,tln th will find it to their
odvnntBKB to visit t, c nloo KhOit, ns
they will incut witu iu-ry iiccuiuiiiuiliillou
that comfort ltquircH
MltS. T1108. WWGHT,
Eozt Stieet, - - - - Tel. Q7V
BOARDING, -:- SALE -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
. I-I-AJRISTESS --:-- i-lSTD -:- SADDLE
WE HAVE THE
FINEST DRIVING MORSES
The best of nttntiou Kivrn to niiiimils left with tib. direful drivers, rospectfu.
attendants, promptness, lluclis, Snnies, Uiakes. Uuceies.rhnetoiia, Wagnnettes.
Hearl-feit Praise forihe feclicino
Thai Cured Her.
Thousands of women arc today blessing
Paine's Celery Compound for the great good it
has dons them, and scores have written letters
similar to that of Mrs. L. A. Brentner.
San Jacinto, Cal.
Dear Sirs; I have suffered severely with
nervous sick headaches, with which I was
troubled every month. The pain was bo severe
that it completely prostrated mo and it
seemed to me that I should go crazy. I had
tried all kinds of remedies without obtaining
J. M. EUCHNER.
The Medicine That
a ;Mna won
o tuuw.'.u rxun.
Why nuffor longer w'th liver nnd stomach
trouble ' Paitv.-'r Celery Compound will make
you well. Read how it cured Mr. J. M.
. Kkttmj Falls, Wash., Dec. o, 1S94.
Gciitleiiwn : I have takiMi only two bottles
of Panic's Celery Compound for rheumatism,
and liver and stomach troubles, and will be
frank in baying 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.
HOLLISTER DRUG Go.
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
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