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THE EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY 21, 18U0.
3a PERFUMES gigi
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
Of NEW YORK.
ASS ETS $23,723,677 . 1 3
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2,571,595 .95
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 5,524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
TI10 UcriiMtilii Ksuih nil thn lutost nml most liberal forms of Life, Instal
ment, Incotiiii Dividend, Hndowinoni or Ilond PoIIcIoh.
Suportntomlent of Agendox.
1029 210 Kinc street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S voy is
AND HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURITY
W. O. PEACOCK & CO.,
Telephone 3STo. -4-
Telephone 92. P. O. Box 145
H. E. McXNTYRE & BRO.,
. . ..IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
N 1 J "N rfomvinl iy every ttuolc-t frum Hie rt'atfH nml Enrnpt,
ITilESH OALIFOltNIA PRODOOE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All onloi-H I il 'ifully attended in, and unod ilHllvered
TO ANY PAIir OP THE (HTY FUEE.
Go lorul Agon s for tho Sani'ariuui Brand of Health Foods.
-Inland Or.leri .-iollultml. 8 iilnf .ollon Guurtnterd
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
1. H. WILLIAMS,
Em ba lining a Specialty.
LOVE BUILDING, G31-5U0 FORT ST. TEL.
R -Bidenoo 777 Fort S. Tel. 849.
the Superior of any Talking Machine in the world
Tile Best Present for Tills Season.
OR ANY OTHER TIME.
"wr DECsr ?
Because It is Instructive, entertaining and amusing. Will last a life-time, and
should anything get out of order we can repair it. Wehave in stock EAGLE and
COLUMBIA GPaPHOPHONES. Recorders, Reproducers, Hearing TubesBrass
Horns, hundreds of records, comprising Band and Orchestra Selections, PiccoldjZither,
Cornet, Clarinet Solos, Vocal and Instrumental Duets, Vocal Solos, all the newest and
up-to-date selections. Call and examine goods and prices.
M. M. K01IN, Mnnnjier.
Handsome Micles !
On tho Mohican wo rocolved a largo lot of tho Latent Styles
In SUHHHYd, PHOTONS and ItOAD CAUTti, whk-li will nmke
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
XV. TV. WRIGHT, IProp-rJ
IIIM V FOHT 8THHRT, ABOVE HOTEL.
Without a Rival.
BECAUSE IT APPEALS TO HIS
PALATE FOR TASTE
112 HOTEL STREET.
i3ikfti(Vdrik.Jim ife-aWrtteaiiihu JMtoywMtWij-l M..Jjfa.Ji.w,. ,-,ua
Hood's Barsaparilla Is prcparod by ex
perienced pharmacists of today, who havo
brought to the production of this great
medicine tho best results of medical re
search. Hood's Barsaparilla Is a modern
modlclne, containing Just thoso vegetable
Ingredients which were seemingly In
tended by Naturo herself for tho allovla
tlon of human His. It purifies and en
riches the blood, tones the stomach and
digestive organs nnd creates an appettto;
it absolutely cures all scrofula eruptions,
bolls, pimples, sores, salt rheum, and
every form of skin disease; cures liver
complaint, kidney troubles, strengthens
illds un tho nervous system. It en
tirely overcomes that tired feeling, giving
strength and energy in place of weakness
and languor. It wards off malaria, ty
phoid fever, and by purifying tbo blood it
keeps tho whole-system healthy.
HOOd'S S parlila
Is tho best In fact the One True Blood Furlfler.
Sold brail druggists. l;tlxfor(5.
Mniwtt.. n:il curs all
I.Wcr Ills and
I1UUU a fins sick Heartache,
Hotels and Restaurants.
Half Way Between Honolulu
and the Great Scenic
Accommodations for Man and Beast!
In the Most Picturesque
Spot in Nuuanu Valley....
LIGHT WINES AND BEER
Served, excepting Sundays.
A, F. FRANCA Proprietor,
8eaver - Lunch
H. J. NOrTE, Proprietor.
fhe Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Ooffeo
AT AIL UOClta.
TUB FINEST HRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
4X.WAT8 OK HAND.
FINE SEA BATHING AND MOUNTAIN
All Tralm la ni from Honolulu I
S.op at the Hotel . 1
Albert Toognod. Proprietor.
J. W. CH A I'M AN
Announces to tho public that ho la now
oponforoiiKiiKomonts to Uko chargo of
Banquots, Kills, Dinners and Oardon
Parties, Socials, etc.
Address caro Union Kxpross Company
AT THE E.'iTrc HOUSE
Furnished Itooin,.. well koiit. can lm
had for 82, ?J.5o am) $J jwr
wook, anci Aioais,
AT THE QUERN HOTEL,
At 91.50, $3 and 50 pur wuok.
Go, See, Tiy and Satisfy
1(1 III U
And Icecream Parlors.
E. POPPLETON. M'o.
This Is a modern up-to-dato American
uosiaurant and Uakory. Excollont
Meals for 25 cents.
No. 629 FORT STREET.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
NEAU HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LIND, PropV.
First-class moats, undor tho supervis
ion of a whlto man, servoil from 5 a. in.
to8 p. m. MEALS TWENTY-FIVE Cts.
Postofflco Box 112.
A First-class Itosort In every rosnoct.
Tho host 2Ji tout moal to bo had.
ICE CREAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK HOP A: r.n .
1008 Borotanla and Fort stroots,
flic Bakcrv lldiuiil
WHAT DOOLEY SAYS.
CANDID IRISHMAN'S OPINION OF GAR
CIA'S GALLANT CUBANS.
ni?y llnvo 1'nllril to Understand Onr CIt.
ill?llci. Mo iny llelli'Vii. V. ., Will
llnH AtiulTur War Iti Culia Wlien We
lli-cl litrll)iitliii: Onnil Jnlir,
"Well, Kir." t,nlil Jlr. Uooley,
'il u tlilm Culi'iiiH. If 1 whs Gin'rul
jbnftur, l'ti I 1 1; up tit wagon in front
iv tli'iluro mi I'd ny toUlu'rnlCimuby,
VA cay, '1 want you,' nn I'd hav' tlilm
nil down nt lii' Rtntlon uu dnccntly
booked lu th' desk terRiaut hclun th'
fall Iv night. Th' hnpydinco ivtheml"
"What havo thpy bn-u iluin?" Mr.
"Fiillm tu uiidhcritand onr civiliza
tion, ' mi id Mr. Douluy. "Yo too, itwui
this way.. This is th' way it van.
(iin'ral Oarchy with wnu buiidhcrd
thoui.iii men 'a been llghtin bravely l'r
two yearn f'r to llbcryato Uulilu. K'lir
two years lie's been uiarchiu his siv-iuty-llvo
tbuiiKUi men up an down th'
island desthruyin th' haughty bpanj aril
bo th' inlllyous. Whin war was deulnr
c.d, ho ollcred his own mrico nil tb'
sarviccs iv his ar-nby iv fifty thousan
men to th' United States an while
wnitlu f'r ships to arriro ho marched at
th' head iv his tin tbousau men down
to Santiago do Cubia an captured n cigar
facthry, which thoy soon rnyjooced to
HUiokln ruins. They was boldin tbls po
sition Gin'ral Garchy an his gallant
wnu thousau men whin Gin'ral Shaf
ter arrived. Gin'ral Garchy inimedjltly
offered th' san-iccs iv himself nn bis
two lumdlierd men f'r th capture iv
Santiago, nn whin Gin'ral Sbafter nr
rived thcro was Gin'ral Garchy with
bis gallant baud iv CO Cublaus r-rcady
to cat at n miuyit's notlco.
"Gin'ral Sbafter is n big, coorso, two
fisted man fr'm Mltcbignn, nn whin be
soo Gin'ral Garchy nn bis twinty-flvo
gallant followers, 'Fr-ront,' bays he.
'This way; step lively,' liu hays,
'an inovo fcomo iv these things), ' bo pays
'Sir,' says Gin'ral Garchy, 'd'yo tako
mo f'r n dhrny?' bo ayn. 'I'm n tojer,'
bo says, 'not u bnggago car,' bo .iys.
'I'm n Cubiau patbrito an I'd lay down
mo lifo nil the lives iv iv'ry wan iv tb'
18 bravo men iv mo devoted nr'nny,'
bo buj?, 'but I'll bo d d if I carry r,
tbrunk.'bo tuys. 'I'll light whiuher
'tis cool,' bo says, 'nn they tiln't wan
iv tlivho f.vllvo men that wudden't fol
low mo to bell if they was nwako at th'
time,' bo says, 'but,' bo says, 'if 'twas
wnrrnk wowcro lookiu f'r wo cud hnc
found it long ago, ' ho says. 'Thoy'so n
lot iv it in this cotinthry that nobody's
uslii, bo says. 'What wo want, bo
says, 'is freedom,' bo says, 'an if ye
think wo havo been in th' woods dodgiu
tb' savage corryspoudiiit f'r two year,
ho says, 'f'r th' tako iv r-ruFbin yo'cr
lauudbry bonio,' bo says, 'tis no won
dher,' ho says, 'that tb' r-oads fr'm
Murinotto to Kalamnzoo is paved with
gooid bricks bought bo tb' people iv
yo'cr native state, ' bo says.
"So Shatter bad to carry bis own
thniiik, nu well it was f'r him that it
wasn't Gin'ral Miles, th' weather bein
hot, mi Shaftor was mnd clear through,
an whin ho took hold iv Santiago un
was seudln out invitations bo scratched
Garchy. Garchy took his gallant band
iv six Lack to tb' woods, mi thcro th'
tbreo iv tlilm nr-ro now, nr-rmed with
10 r-rounds ivcuuued lobster nn r-rcady
to raysist to th' death. Him mi tb' other
man has written to Gin'ral Sbafter to
toll him what they think iv him, an it
don't tako long."
"Well, "bald Mr. Henncssy, "I think
Shatter done wrong. Ho nilght'vo nek
cd Gnrshy in f'r to sco th' show, seein
that ho's been baugin ar-round f'ru
long time, doln th' best ho cud."
"Itiwi't that," oxplnined Mr. Doo
loy. "Tb' tbroublo is th' Cnbians don't
undhcrstnnil our civilization. Over hero
freedom means bard wurruk. What is
th ambition ivall ivus, Hinnissy? 'Tis
nyomcr 10 noiu our job or to got wan.
Wo want wurruk. Wo must havo it.
D'yo rnymimber th' sign th' mob car
ried in th' procession las' year. 'Givo
ns wurruk or wo pcribh,' it said. Thoy
had their beads bato in bo nolismcii be
cause no pbilauthropist'd oomo aloug
an niako thlm sboVel coal. Now, in
Cubia, whin th mobs turns out they
entry a banner witli th' wuiruds, 'Givo
us imwthiii to do or wo nerlhlft Whin
u Cubiau comes homo at night with a
happy kiuilu on bis face, bo don't say to"
his vlfu ail cbildher, 'Thank Gawd,
I'vo got wurruk nt last. Ho says,
'Thank Gnwd, I'vo been fired.' An th
childlar go out nu they sny, 'Pah-pah
has last his job,' un Mrs. Oubitm buys
herself it new bonnet, nu wbtro wniint
thoy was sorrow an despair all is happi
ness an a cottago organ.
"Yo can't make jieoplo hero ntidber
stand that, an yo can't mako u Cubiau
uiiuiierstanu that freedom menus tb'
sniuo thing as n pinitiuchry slutlnce.
Whin wo thry to get him to wnrruk,
bu'll say: 'Why blind I? I haven't coin
mitted anny crliuo.' That's goln to bo
th' tbroublo. Tb' firbt thine wn k-nnw
wu'll havo nnothcr war in Cubia whin
wo begin distbributiu good jobs, ly
hours u day, wan livinty-llvo. Th' Cu
biausnin'tclvflized in onr way. I some
times think I'vo got n touch iv Cubiau
blood in mo own vcips." Chicago
A "Quick" General.
Qcucrnl Joo Wboolor U said to hac
fully recovered in health at tho Beat of
war. Ho Ih not a big man physically
bpciikiUB, nuil ho in considerably over (10
yeurs of ano, but ho is tough. Union
boldiers in tho wnr.of tho robelliou buy
that ho wns tho thickest general to get
nrouud tbut thoy encouutered. Botton
. ' .
ONE OF THE ROUGH RIDERS.
How Frank Jll.ke Mori. Knocked Oot m
llowery Concert Hall llonucrr.
Frank iilnko Morso, who sailed on
tho Itoumauiau recently to join Colonel
Itoosovclt's rough riders, wns known
by every col lego man in tbo United
States sovernl years ago ns Prluccton'H
bucking half back. Mr. Morso was in
tho class of 'OS at Princeton, and bo
wns considered ono of tbo best football
men that ever wore tho orango and
blnck. Slnco leaving col lego Mr. Morn)
has returned to Princeton every fall to
train tho eleven. Several years ngo,
whilo ho wns an undergraduate, Mr.
Morso, with half n dozen other Prince
ton men, entered a concert hall on tho
Bowery whero thcro was a lung testing
machine. Tho bouncer of tho plnco in
itcd tho young men to test their lungs,
nnd when it came Morso's turn bo blew
tho indicator clear ntouud. tho circle to
tho point which indicated the ma
chine's limit, and thcro it stuck, to the
amusement of tbo crowd and tlio dis
gust of tho bouncer.
"You must pay for that machlue,"
said tho bouncer.
"Oh, uol" said Mr. Morso gently.
"It was not my faultthatitwasweak,"
and bo started out with his friends.
Mr. Morso's youthful appearance led
tho bouncer to bclievo that bo could
bulldozo him, so ho overtook him nnd
grabbed his coat collar. It is probable
that tbo bouncer did not know what
had struck him. Ono blow from the
Princeton man lauded him at tho bot
tom of it (light of stairs mid put him
out of action. Tbo day before lie snilid
Mr. Morso said:
"Ever since war wns declared I have
been anxious to go to tho front. Every
one of my old fi lends who has met mn
has e.prrsnd surplice that 1 iiad nut
eulistid. I nctntly receiMil my father's
pcimisiioii, bowcNcr, and now 1 mn go
lug." Mr. Morso is uu expert horseman, nnd
foi that reason lie wiiutid to join the
rough riders. Moreover, he will have
an opportunity in that organiation to
Her. e with some of tliu Ilairard and
Vnlv men agnii.ct whom he bus made
n.any rushes m the football field.
New York Mm
At tli. l'iont Aln-ii).
Honor to tile imvy iichten,
Hfiiinr to the Ik ;s i-. 'i-til,
Iloii'ir to tl'e teii." "n", mi'jn'i
And thu liuUuit in .iii!,i. ,. 't
Ilut In ili-ullni; out .!. I.u-r-l
Tl.o nn wry liumMi urw
A few l.nulil Iv l'""n i " kvi
Uhu nun U 1. 1 , lit j.cwa
rhllli.ibiii North Amir -
Th. I.n.t Car.
Tho Inst enrn of tho Kim. r..M
l!no going to Wnikiki ond f alnma
pnsB tbo Anchor Saloon. The
clevorost mixologieta in the city
are tliero always to put you up
anything you may desire. Drop
in and tako a drop before you take
tho car. The celebrated Seattle
boor ib to bo had hero on drnughl.
A full lino of liquors including the
fnraous A. A. Jeeao Moon Whisky
etc., always on hand. Tho most
osnetiup and varied dcrnnndB can
be satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is here to plenBe its patrons.
i . ..
An Ilonr.t Offer.
Doar Editor: Kindly inform
your roadors that if written tocon-
hdontially, I will cheerfully mnko
known to thorn in a Bealetl letter,
iroo ot cuargo, the plan pursued
by which I was permanently res
tored to porfoct health and manly
vigor, imer yonrs or Buuenng
from Norvoua AVeakness, Sominal
Losses and Sexual Feoblencss.
I havo no scheme to got monoy
from any ono. I have nothing to
sell or send 0. 0. D., but am
simply anxious to make known
tn others who may bo suffering as
I did this menus of certain and
norm anon t cure. Address, 0.
JohuBon, Box No. 903, Delrny,
Pop -corn Crisps I
THE HAWAIIAN CRISPS COMPANY
HAS MOVED into the premises lately
occupied by Mr. Joseph Tinker as a" me.it
market, on Nuuanu street, opposite Chap
A Full Supply of
Made Dally ! mi-in
Throo Alio HESIDKNCR LOTS In ono
of tbo cholcnst rosldoni'O lonilltles of
Honolulu. SUo of ots Oiiii x. 178 foot.
TboRO lotsnro linprovoil nml nlroly Inld
out nith fruit and ornmnontnl treos.
For furthor Information apply to
GEAR, JANSINQ A CO,,
1092-tf 210 ICIiik Htroot.
The business of P. J. Voeller will not be
responsible for any debts contracted by any
one In the name of the said P. J. Voeller,
without a written order from the under
signed. JAMES J. BYRNE.
M'g'r and Att'y In Fact for P. J. Voeller.
Honolulu. January 10. i&y). 1114-1111
A FINE RESIDENCE. 8 rooms, new
and modem ; large grounds In good style,
150 teet trontage on Lunanio street? a
beautiful home. For particulars we
W. E. B1VENS,
1113'im 315 Fort St.
.iwaU. -- 14-1-ifiirttitf'AiV;nrtfa--'J 'i, i j
Real Estate and Insurance.
Lsll?K and KLJSE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
Bnuce Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Losd on Mortgages.
Wg ARE AGENTS FOR
Svca Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Room, 7 in 8. Ttliphone 6?J.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Mcrchitnt Street.
12 Ohlncso Ornnlto Hitching l'ostsj f 6
Ouh second-lmnd Buggy, nearly
new, In good order.
Hottso nt No. 35 School street. '
W. C. ACH1 & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
Ci " We will lluy ur doll Itoal t'sUUifl
JI pnrts of thn rjrotip.
t& Wo will Sell PropertfCi nn toason
OFFICE. io west Kiwo Street
OFF10E, C32 FORT STREET.
LOUIS K. M'GREW
OFFICII Ko. 15 Knahtiiiimm Mroet,
Honolulu. Fnrmnrly A. Itosa's ollloe.
V'ultod StutoH CiiMnin HoUmi Ilrokora
AtvouiitnntM, Sean horn of Titles and
nonorul IltiHinohs AKontH.
Tjoloplioiio -0 KKH
JAS. F. MOKCJAN,
Membei ot Honolulu Slock Exchangr.
Telephone ?a. p. o. Do jw.
General Manager of
"he Equitablo Life Assurance Society
Of the United Htatos for tho Hawaiian
Otr'cm, Merahant atrnnt. Honolnln
JAS. P. MORGAN,
OCTIONEKK AND 8T()qK HROKKB
No. 45 Queen Street
Qzpert AppruiBeniont of Ileal
iatato nnd FurnitiirH
A. J. GAM PI JELL,
Stock ami Bond Broker.
Member ot the Honolulu Stock Exchange,
Olllco Queon strnot, onnoslto Union
I'Telephone jo. P.O. Dox 171 1044
DONNELLY & 110SS,
Expert Accountants and fg
(8 Searchers of Titles.
Custom Hophe Biiokers.
Hoom Nn. 5 S)rceVl Iliilldlng,
nouolulu, II, I.
L. C. ABLES,
Roal Estate and Einanoial
315 FOUT STREOT.