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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 23, 1898.
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Yost andDensiiiore(i mu$ uo.
i -. FOR RALE BY '
V Hawaiian to Co,, Ltd!
1 Aohxts. '
Hoadtiuarters for T. V. Supplies.
The Last Invoice o!
I l Schmidt i Son's;
Have arrived and are being
Ss. -- -i s.1, 1S08, on fixed deposits.'
( ) I . I J ' months 3 per cent., G months
v ' ' ' - ' lm 4- n !. I
at the same
low prices and extra 10 per
cent, discount as former impor
tations. 1. W. Scliiiit & Son's,
Kins Street, Vrn Holt Block.
it1 "I 1 1 "I i
J USC JLlKG UOIU. UOlIli j
For more than
has PERRY DAVIS PAIN
KILLER stood tho test
against all remedies prepared
to eradicato pain, and today
stands at the head of tho list
among the medicines that are
so essential to keep at hand-in'
It is not a now fanglo remedy
nor do tho proprietors lay
claim to any wonderful revela
tion of the ingredients that en
ter into tho manufacture of
this over popular remedy.
It is p rfectly harmless, you
need have no fear of becoming
Habitually inclined to its use.
For Colic, Cramps, Dysen
tery, Colds, and all painful
afiectionB, a few doses will cer
tainly give relief. You cannot
afford to be without a bottle
in the house.
Your forofathers used it
and found it beneficial.
Why experiment with some
remedy that is now and its effect
on thotsystem unknown?
It has many rivals but no
jtCTno new 35c. size con
tains otlrldouble the quantity
of the G&j. size.
b'MCAtenta for the Iilanda,
MEDEIROS & DECKER
.Wo nre prewired to furnish
olllcors mill men in regulation uniforms,
at tlit' tliorto-t notice, nnil ut reasonable
Tit pimrinteed In oory cao.
ar 641 King Street, "TBfl
W'M. 0. IllWIH.
Siti Frmv leo Aqrntt Tub Nkvaiu IU.nk or
1))UW EXCHANGE OH
Jaw Khancisco The Nevada Bnk ol Sab
osimin The Union Bonk of London, Ltd.
n'kw Voiuc American Kxcliiuiga National
Juioauo Merchants National Hank.
Pakis Cotutitolr National J'Kscompt do
Bbhlin Dmdner Bank:
Honokono ani Yokohama Ilonpkong A
Shanghai Hanking Corporation.
sew Zealand anu Acstkaua Bank of New
ictokia and Vancocveh Bank of British
rraesact a General Banking and Erttange Bnsmess
Depolsts Kccelved. Loans made on Ap-
B roved Security. Commercial and Traveler
rcdits Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
JOLLECTIONg TnOMrTLT ACCOUNTED Foil.
SISZESDOIE3 cSc Co.
Transact a General Banking
ind Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
f the world.
Interest allowed after July
I'l'iu., J.- iiiuiiinn 'i
Tjjb Yokohama Specie Banl
Stibscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 7,500,000
Reserve Fund Yon 5,484,500
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
lllUKGIIES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, Loudon, Lyons, Now York,
San Frnncibio, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hoop Kong,
ATansacih uonorui uuuKiug una r.1-
ttnKASeSoy Yokohama Spotio Bank
New Republic Building, ill Kins Si, HoiotoiiL
fiye"?lPlnnpor RnilHincr anri
Assets June .10, 1S0S, 11.1,6J2.51.
tioney Loaned on Approved Secnrity,
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits,
(louses Uuilt on the Monthly Installment
Seventeenth Series of Staok now open.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, bocrotary.
Chamber of Ooinuieroe lloonis,
Offlca hours. 12:30 1:30 P.M. 373-tf
BISHOP &L QQ
On October 1, 1893, and continuing:
until furthor notlco, Savings Doposlts
will bo rocutvod n 11(1 Interent iillowod
by this Hunk at four anil ono-liair por
rent per annum. Tho terms, rulos iind
legillations or tlio lliiwaliau l'ostai
S.ivlngHlJ.uik will bo adopted as far us
It Is practicable to npply them, and tho
("ash Itoservo of g5O.O00 as reiuiroil mi
dor the Postal Act will bo inalntaliioil.
Prliilod copies of tho Hides and Hog.
illations may bo obtained on the 1st of
October on application.
IIISIIOP .V CO.
Honolulu, Sopteinbor 7, 1808.
HOIKI, ST., NKAH N'UI'ANI .
John H. Lang, Proprietor
WThl 1$ the only Shooting Cillery in the civ
Drop In and try your marksmanship
Persons wlsliiug to obtain Ixmid ut
Makawao, Mitul,can bo accmiiinodatod
at MHS. II, II. IAIhKY'.S.
Tonus, f 10 por woek. OM-Bin
to be cautious about your food.
Nevor buy adulterated Gro- I
curie when you can buy pure
food nt tho same or almost tho J
WI2 KEEP THE
PURE FOOD .'
Stock Is tilts best In the City.
l. T, Waterhouse
ij Wnverlcy Rlocl
a n?. S PI
. h73 (
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
If you wnnt to purchase tho liost
bnind of Manila I'lg.irs ut Itenson
Call on KAM TAI,
Hotel .St. near Fort.
Importer of Japanese
Fancy and Staple Goods.
Corner of Queen nnd Niiuauu Stroets.
Shirts anil Suits niado to ordor. Per
fect lit giiarautood.
LAUOi: STOCK OK 0001)3 ON HAND.
1MU Hotel stroot noar Nuiiiinu; oppo
sluTWaiorloy llloek. 091.
HOP WO COMPANY.
KiiiK Street, Palaco Sfiuaro.
Crash Duck and Llnon Suits made to
ordor. Fine assortmontof now and latoht
doslgus Just arrivod. Porfoct Fit Guar
anteed. Lowost Prlcos.
214 Nuuaiiu Street.
Of nil binds.
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Fort Stroot, opp. Club Stables
SOLDIERS OF THE SIXTIES.
Continued from Third Page
constitution amended to that
fffect. I nay this ns ouo who loves
the Grnml Army of ttioltcpublic."
l'aBt Comtuandor 11. Jay
Groono wib called on as "another
youug comrmlo," and told of tho
ynmt mistake peoplo made lu eup
poaitig tbat in tho war they had
not had any such luxurious living
as at this corapliro. Foraging
stories woro told in illustration
Speaking of tho dodging of sholls
by his colonel, in the first en
gagement of his regimont after ho
hail corrected tho men for tho
Bfttno thing, Mr. Groeno soid ho
was not sorry that tho visitors did
not havo to work in tho trenches
at Santiago or at Manila. Thoy
woro oboying' ordorB, doing their
duly, just as truly by staying at
Honolulu, and thoro nil tho honor
Major Scott, introduced by
Major Chase, said this was one of
tho latter's little games. IIo was
always ronsting him and, know
ing ho could not make a speech,
now called him to make a holy
show of himself. When they
started out for sorvico ho deemed
it would take a little sand, it was
hard to leavo their families. But
when thoy had got through the
ordeal of war evory man of them
should go down on his knees
evory night and thank God that
ho did not havo to go through
sueh ati ordeal as had tho mem
bers of tho Grand Army of the
ltepublic. It would perhaps
have boon a good thing
if Spain had given them
two or throo good drubbings.
Ho was not a professional soldier,
he wanted to go homo, but ho bo
lioved that this war hod taught
them a lesson. Their legislators
ought to know, whnt they did not
six months ogo, that they could
not build up an army in thrco or
four months tbat would bo iuviuci
bio. I believe God Almighty hud
something to do with this war.
Wo cannot always wear a chip on
tho shoulder. I hope the lesson
will do us good.
Chief Justice Judd, nt tho call
of tho Post Commander, camo for
ward. He thauked tho G. A. 11.
for having always sent him nn in
vitation. AVhou tho war broko
out ho was at Yale college. Hav
ing au aged father in Honolulu
ho did not oulist. It was moro
than six thousand miles away
then, as tho journey took moro
than eixty days. Having had a
friend with a "pull" ho could have
got a commission, and, had tho
hrst Battlo of Bull 11 un been fol
lowed up with furthor rebel suc
cesses, evory student in collogo
would havo closed his books and
gouo to tho front. Ho well ro
mombored seeing regiments
march awny with uniforms
more brilliant than thoso now
worn, and later their return with
reduced nnmbors, ragged, emociat
od, sunburnt, also tho pathetic
scones of mothers and sisters
mnnting tho comrades of thoir
lov.'il ouos who had fallou. Once
he spent a wook at tho officers'
quarters of tho Army of tho Ten
nessee. They seemed to fare bot
tor than somo wero reported to
have dono in this war. Somo of
them wore mighty to drink whis
ky. It was romarked that his
dress was liko a Butlor's, and
hence ho would bo a marked man
by the guerillas, but ho was not
afraid. It had beon his regret
ever since that ho had not takon'
part in tho war. Ho had beon a
Major of cavalry in Honolulu,
the chief function of which was to
attoud tho gorgeous stato funerals
of formor days. In that capacity
ho had escorted tho Duko of Ed
inburgh, getting noaror his dis
tinguished person than a resident
who had announced himsolf at tho
Duke's quarters hern as "a British
morchaut," only to have an ordor
lv sav: "Ah, a British morohant.
Well, put your uamo on tho book."
From what his son in tho hospital
corps had written him, ho thought
tho war ought to toach tho Nation
to bo prepared to feed its soldiers
bolter, ltoforring to Captain Ap
pleton's predictions at the campfiro
Contlnuod i pago rovoii.
Tli Duiiifvr of Spring;
"Which ariso from impurities in
tho blood and a dopletod condition
of this vital iiuid may bo entirely
nvorted by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
This great modicino cures nil
spring humors, boils, eruptions
nnd sores, nnd by enriching nnd
vitalizing tho blood, it overcomes
that tired foeliug and givoa vitali
ty aud vigor.
Hood's Pills cure uausoa, sick
headache, biliousness and all
liver ills. Trico 25 cents.
Home Decorating 1
Which Is a substitute for gold
leaf, and will liAST.
For imparting a hnrd nnd glassy
surnco to any material.
For porcelain finish on tubB,
flower pots. etc. Not ntrected
by cold or hot water.
For furniture, baskets, etc.
5r"Fiill directions foruse. Try tlieni,
Lewers & Cooke.
"BJorJB I(Bip fun Legs' MoneiJ"
Tim n any in tho market.
In two sios $ia and ?28
CALL AND SEE IT.
75-79 KIXG ST.
Tolophono No. 31.
The Club Stables
LiYery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts.
Wo aro ospoclally oqulppod to cator to
your trado. Fair dealing and good sor
vico is what wo dopond upon to got it.
Wo havo for salo Family Carrlago and
Driving Ilomos, siiiglo or doublo teams.
Thoy aro in good condition and will bo
sold on favorable tonus.
Dr. Howat Is always In attondanco at
Cmb Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union A Ilotol Sts.
(Old lloll Towor).
CAHKFULL AND WELL INFOHMKD
FIIIST CLASS OAHHIAOES.
HACKS AT ALL HOUHS.
Orders forSurroys,Wagonottos, Single
or Doublo Toains at a moinont's notice.
Hack Nos. 125, 183, 100, 70, 77.
0. HKLLINA, Mgr.
In the Circuit Court or the First Judi
cial Circuit of the Republic of
Hawaii, U. S. A.
In PitoBATK. At Ciiambeks.
In tho inattor of the I-istatu of Louis
Richahiw Kosa, a minor.
XOTICK OF TIME AND PLACK OF
SALK OF HKAL liSTATK.
Notlco is hereby given that on SAT
URDAY, tho 8th day of October, A. D.
lh'JS, .it 10 o'clock in the forenoon, ut
tho front or inaukiidoorof the Judiciary
llullding, in Honolulu, tile uudurNlgiied
wil cause to be sold at Public Auction
all tho right, title and interest of tho
said Louis Hicliurds Hosti, a minor, In
and to the real estate described in Sche
dule A below, to tile highest bidder, for
cash, subject to tho conllruintlou of the
Court. JOSKPIl RO.A,
J. Alfred Magoon aud H. I). .Silllnmn,
Honolulu, II. I., September , IS'kS.
Description of lands of Louis Illcli
ards Komi to 1h sold by his Guardian:
An undivided ouo-tliird Interest lu
anil to sixty-one thousandths of an aero
of tho land comprised In Hoyal I'alcnt
2013, Kulcaua 0003. to Kahoomana, si
tuate In Klklhalo, liolng the nuilail half
of tho land granted in sal-J Hoyul I'a
tent and Award and moro particularly
describod by motes and bounds us fol
lows, to wit.:
Commencing at tho south iinglo at
fonce corner adjoining land of Hoollll
iimaiio, and the west angle of Opumii's
lot, tlienco running N. 75 K, .Magne
tic O'U feet, thence N. 22 W. Magno
tie 50.5 feet along division lino, tlienco
S. 58 W. Magnetic IW.I feet, thence H.
50 W. Magnetic -1H.2 feet, tlienco S.
13 I5 i:. Magnetic 20.7- feet to place
of beginning. 1020 Ot
Hotels and Restaurants.
OfTnl-N flllPf-Illt tliflnnniiirttila 111 nttltn.-
Biid oxcollonro to traolors and families.
I'or day, ?l .&" to 2 i by the wock, 1
I"First -class HKSTAUHANT Do
pnrtmont. W. K. AKMIjTj, Proprlotor.
Toloplintio POO. P. O. IiuxTlO. 1010
Beaver - Lunch
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffeo
at all nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON BAND.
The Elite Ice Cream
lOS BOTBb STRBBT,
Cakes and Candies,
Fine Ice Cream.
OurMUbllshmfnt li the lincsl resort In the city.
Call anJ see tii. Open till n o'clock p. m.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 nuuanu st.,
ni:ah iiotkl st.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
Fl i vt-c-l.iss monls, under tlio supervis
ion of a whlto man, served from 6 a. in.
to8 p. in. M1ULM TWKXTY-FIVK Cts.
J. W- CHAPMAN
Alinoiinces to tho public that ho is-now
oK!ii for ongagomonts to tako oliarge of
IlawillotH, Halls, Dinners and Gardon
l'.irties, Socials, etc.
Address euro Union Kxpross. Company
And Tce Cream Parlors.
e. poppiiirrox. M'o'it.
Tills Is a modorn up-to-dato Ainorican
restaurant, llxeollont meals for 25 conts.
Aro. G29 FORT STREET.
"W a. i 1c i lc i .
CARL KLEMME, Piiophiutor.
The most delightful spot lu
the Islands. Extensive Improvements
being mndo for tho entortnlnnient of
tho public. Cottages for rent. Howling
Alley nnil Coffee Garden.
A Flooil of Electric LI jlitl
Kino Sen Htitlitng!
Rooms by the day, week or month.
Telephone 8bQ. 1013
A First-class Hosort In overy respect.
Tho best 2-5-cont meal to bo hail.
ICK CHICAM 15 Ci:XTS A I'LATIJ.
LOOK HOP ,fc CO.,
Horotanla and Fort fctroots.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
IV1 B ATM I N G
Office and Parlors
6H& 610 Fort St., near Hotel.
Home Bakery Restaurant
If you want your Carrlago or Pliuton
Hoikilred or Trimmed, call on
J. L. DUSHALISKY,
100 Alakea stroot, botweon King nnd
Morchaut streets. 1Q21