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, ..-EVENING .BULLETIN, HONOLULU.' T. II., MONDAY, .MAY 3, 1900.
J. J. Byrne, for eight years employed
by tlio Metropolitan Meat Com
pany, Limited, ns Its collector, has
established n collection agency at
Hooni 11 Campbell block, Merchant
Htrect, Honolulu. Reference: 0.
J. Waller. 4292-lm
Dr. Schumann. Hours 8-9 a. m.;
4-6 p. m. 224 Emma Square.
For Wnlanno, Walalua, Knhuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 n. in., 9:16 a. m.,
11:05 a. m., 2:ir p. m.. 320 p. m.,
6:15 p. m J9:C0 p. in.. ll:00 p. m.
h'fo Wnhlawa 9:15 . m. anil
6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Wulanno 8:3G a. in.,
..6:31 p. in.
Arrive In Houolulu from Ewa Mill
.nd Pearl City 7:4G a. m.. 3:30
a. m., 10:38 n. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:31
p m., SiSl p. m., 7:30 p. tn.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a, m. and '6:31 p. m.
f Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Hnlclwo, Limited, a two hour
train (only (Irst-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
nt 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. in. The Limited
stops only at Pearl CUy and Walunae.
O. P. DKN180N. V. C. SMITH.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
Xing Street Market. Iel. 2b a
YOUNO TIM. Manager.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATT0N serve you.
COR, HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
QAtil) ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant 6t
NO PLACE LIKE THE
FOR A COOL DRINK OF BEER
FORT near KUKUI
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street :: :: :i Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN CRY 000D8
FORT and CUf.EX 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
503 S. BERETANIA 8T.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
ond RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
AND UTJIUlt riAINUB.
THAYE.1 PIANO CO,
15( HOTEL HTRFKT.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alnpat St. Telephone
Tee Sing Kee-Plamber and Tinsmith,
Bmltti St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone .185.
Any man who lias made a
comfortable fortune will tell
you, if you ask him, that the
GETTING THERE gave him
far more pleasure than the
There's a fascination about
watching savings grow, and
returns from investments
Start saving now, with one
of our small home banks to
help you. We pay 4 1-2 per
cent, on savings deposits.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLTTHT.
Clias. R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St.
& CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12G6 Fort St.
B.EOINS MAY 1
YOU CANNOT FiND A MORE DE-
LIGHTFUL PLACE ON Tins
-. - .
St Glair Bidgood, Manager,
and all clectrio fixtures, Expert work
done at small prices.
Harrison Blk Fort and Beretania
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Eills of Sale,
Leases, Wills. Eto. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT.ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310,
1 i U
COPYRWHT.IS09.CY HAUPtn BnOTHnU
"When I heard that Bhe had borne
him n daughter I wrote her n letter,
which took me n mouth tu compose
atul which I lure up One dny it story
came tu mo that made uu Middle tuy
horse tu ride down anil kill Mm-iiud.
inlml ynu, I wus n man whu made ets
of little wlkl. trusting things. Hut 1
knew she would surely vend for tne
when her puln became too emit, su I
U..N....W1, M ...J fsV .1,1. . ...... ., Ui
-..., i .....i i i
unclnchcd my Rear mid hung It up
iliiu iiuiiiu ...ill nui.i, urn, ...nil'.., ;
Three Ioiik. cmlfej.s years I waited, nl
most within xound of her voice, with
out n word from her, without n glimpse
of her, uud etery hour of that time
went by us slowly as if I hud held
my breath. Then she called to uic. and
'f tell you. 1 was thankful thnt day
for the fuituue that hud made mo
take good tare of my horse, for I rode
like Death on a uluiNloiin. I rude
through the strccU or .Mesa, wkiro
they lived, aud past the lights nf lien
uett'u big Miloon, where 1 heard the
Bound of devil's revelry ami a shrill
revelry anil a sun I
Inglug-a woman the
Voiced woman k!
Hie of which he had tried tu make my
Mcrrldy. I never skulked or sneaked
lu those days, uud uo man etcr made
uie tako back roads, so 1 came up to
hli house from the front und tied my
horse to his gatepost. She heard me
on the steps and opened the door.
"'You scut for me.' suld 1. 'Where
U he?' lut he had goue away to n
neighboring camp and wouldn't be
back until tnornluR, nt which I felt
the way u thief 'must feel, fur I'd I
hoped .to. meet, him lu.hla.ow;u house,
"Xfuvltiff tfie tclld eounfrv fcthlnd,
came Into n rculon J didn't know."
rruuTaiTt TuTult very' cieurly7"huwecr.
becauso of tho change lu her. She
was so thin and worn and sad sadder
than any woman I'd ever seen. I'd
changed a heap myself. Anyhow that
was the first thing she spoko about,
and the tears camo Into her eyes as
"Toor boyl You took it very hard,
" 'You sent for, me, said I. 'Which
road did ho taker
"There's nothing you can do.' she
answered. 'I 'sent to make sure that
yon still love mo.' v
"'Did you ever doubt It?" said I, at
which she began to cry like a woman
who has woru out.nll emotion.
"'Can you feel' the same lifter what
I've mado you suffer? she, said, and I
reckon she must have read the answer !
In my eyos. for I never wns much good
at talking, nnd tho sight of her. so
changed, had taken the speech out of
me, leaving nothing but nehes nnd
pains nnd nshes In. Us placo. When she
saw what she wished to know she told
me the story the whole miserable sto
rythat I'd heard enough of to suspect.
Why she'd married the other man 'she
couldn't explain herself, except that
It was n woman's whim I had stayed
nwny, aud ho bnd co'mo the ofteuer
IKirt plquo and prtrt tho man's dare
f f n'fl n enril., stiff tntrt me. M'vo
stood all I can. He'll mnke u bad wo-
man of me as sure as he will of the
little ono If I stay on here.iso I hav
decided to go nnd tnke her with mo,'
" WVherer Bald 1.
'Wherever you say,' sho answered,
and yet I did not understand, not till I
saw the look In her eyes. Then na It
dawned on mo sho broke down, for It
was.n, terrible thing for a good woman
"'It's all for tho little girl!' sho cried.
'More thnn her life depends upon It
We must get her nwny from him.'
"She Bnw It was her only courso and
went whero her heart was calling."
The lieutenant met the look of np -
peal lu the trader's eyes and nodded
to Imply his complete understanding
"We love wiiir women for their
goodness, others ne loyo fur'tlielr frail-
ness, huj there nerr was one 'ho
combined the' two llki" her, nud now
laBlja : I
t " OTJL'rJ 'M .1 I
1, lifeFf .
that I knew she loved me I began to
believe ngttlu there wna a (lud some
where. I'd never seen the jouugstcr,
bo she led mo In wbeie It was sleeping,
and I remember iiiy boots made such
a devil of n thumping oil the llwr that
she. laid her styn,whltet linger on her
lips ami milled iit'ine. 'All the lingers
In the world began to choke ut my
throat and all the blood lu me com
menced tu pound ut my heart when I
looked on that UMIo sleeping kiddie.
, , '.. m
The tear bocau to roll out of my eves.
anil uccause luey uau uecu ury lor lour
years they scalded like melted metal.
That was the only time I ever wept.
Tho ittflit of her baby did It,
"'I love her already,' I whispered,
'and I'll upend my Ufa muting her
happy and uiaklug u lady of her,'
which clinched wlut w.uvelln; doubt
the mother had, uud she begun tu plau
quickly, the fear cumin;; uu her of n
sudden, that our scbemv might full. 1
was for riding uwny wiih both of them
that night, back through the street of
Mesa and up lulu the hills, where I'd
1 ,7 . . "J ,, ,",
'a;' ur dcvli- bui 8he wou,,lu hear
nave nein mem single nanucu against
"'We must no away,' she said, 'a
Ions way from here, where the world
won't find us and the little one can
crow to womnnhood without knowlnj.
Bhc must uevcr learn who her father
was or what her mother did. We will
start all oler. you and 1 uud the baby.
'and forget. Do you lovo mo well
j enough to do It Y
i "t uttered a cry nnd took her In my
arms, tho urms that hud ached for bur
nil those years. Then 1 kissed her for
the first time."
Tho old man tried to light his pipe,
which had gone out, but his lingers
shook bo that be dropped the match.
Her plan Was for me to take the
youngster away that night aud for her
to Join us later, because pursuit was
certain, and three could be traced
where one might disappear. 8he would
follow when the opportunity offered.
I saw that, be bad Instilled a terror
Into her and thnt she fcrfred him like
death, but as 1 thought It urrr her
scheme seemed feasible, so I ngreed, I
was to rldo west that hour with the
sleeping babe and conceal myself at a
place we selected, while she would
say that the little one hud wandered
nwny nnd been' lost In tno",cariyou or
anything else to throw Dennett off.
After u time she would Join us. Well,
tho little girl never waked when I
took her lu my arms nor when the'
mother broke down agalu and talked
to me like n crafcy wotnnu.
"1 traveled hard that night nnd
swapped hordes ut daylight Then,
lea lug the wild country behind, I came
Into a region I didn't know nnd found
n Mexican wotuuu who (ended the
child for me. fpr I was close by tho
place where Merrldy was to come.
Every nUht 1 went Into the village In
hopes that some word bad nrrlved,
and 1 nailed jmtleutly fur a week.
Then I got the blow. I heard It from
the loafers n round the little postoOlco
first, but It dated mu so I wouldn't
believe. It till I burrowed the paper
ami rvad the whole story, wit)) tho
type dancing aud leaping before mo.
It took some hours for It to seep In
even after that, and for yearn 1 re
colled, every word of the d d lie
as If it had been branded ou me with
hot Irons, They culled It a shocking
crime, the most brutal murder Call
fnrln dull )V, Inuiitn iiii.I l,t tin.
headlines was tuy name lu letters that
struck mo between the eyes like a
hammer. Mrs. Dan Dennett hnd been
foully murdered by me lu u lit of sud-
den Jealousy, and I had disappeared
with the baby! The husband had re-
tun.es! unexpectedly to llnd her dyln
. i. .-i.i i . .,- ...ii
so ho said, but too fur gone tu call
for help nnd with barely .sulUclein
for help nnd with barely .sulUclein
. .. .... .. . -
f ',..," .,.. .,' "'"..' ' , ",.Z I
atrnnrtth tt (nil film ttlti H til It si ii i
the tale of my courting her aud tv
turning me dowu for tlennctt. It tr'd I
bow I bad gone off alone up Into the
tho hills, turning Into u bear tlicl no
body, man or child, could nppt.meh.
It eald I had brooded (here 'l thts
time till the lunula got uppornwit and
so came down tu wreak my vsigeance.
They uuver eu did me til' credit of
calling uie crazy. I was a tend Incar
nate a beast without so'jl und a lot
of thngs like that and, icuicmbcr, I
had never harmed n llv.'rg thing In all
, y "". However, tint wasn't What
' ',. What turned tie Into n dull,
.deud. surrermg tijing was tne khowi
edge that she was gone, l'or hours I
couldn't, get, beyond that fact Then
came tho realisation thit Dennett had
dope It for I reaconrd that ho hAO.
dragged a hint of the truth from her,
b,v very force of the fear he held her
In and slain her, Oudl The awful
. rago that camo over me! Dut therb
' was nothlna-to do. 1 had sworn to
guard the little one, so I couldn't tako'
j vongcanco on him. I couldn't gu back
and prove my Innoceuce, for that
i would give the child tu him.
1 "What n night I spent! The next dny
I saw I had been Indicted by the grand
jury nnd was n wanted man. I'rom n
distance I watched myself become an
outlaw; watched the county put.n price
upon my head, which Dennett dou-
bled; watched public opinion rise tu
sjjch a heat Unit ihmsch began to scour
Taklllg LydiaE.Piilkhani'Sjvertitements Inserted for Leas Than !
Columbus, Ohio. "I have taken
I,v(Ua E. I'inkham's Vegetable. Com-
puutiu u u r i ii k
cliango of life. Mj
doctor told me ft
was good, and since
Inking It I feel bo
much better that I
ban do all my work
again. I think
v Vegetable Com.
noiimi n nuo remeuy
for all woman's
troubles, and I
never foreet to tell
my friends what It Iiuh done for me."
Mr J. K., IIa.nso.V, 304 East J-oug St.,
Anotlicr Woiiinn Helped.
Oranitevllle, Vt. "I was passing
through tho Chaugoof I.lfoand suffered
from nervousness aud other 8uiiovlng
symptoms. I.yilla K. I'inkham's Vege
table Compound restored niylicaltliand
streuglli.und proved worth mountains
of gold tu me. Tor the sake of other
suffering women I nm willing vou
snouiu puuitsu my letter." auw.
Chaulm JUUCLAV, H.F.U., Oranite
Women yho are passing through this
critical period or who uro suffering
from any of tboso distressing Ills pe
culiar tn their sex should not lose sight
of the fact that for thirty years Lydla
E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound,
which Is mado from roots nnd herbs.
has been tho standard remedy for
remaio ills, in almost overy commu
nity you will find women who have
been restored to health by I.ydla 11
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
tuv iie.uiH.,iii:. "TTTuTn TiuT731ti partic
ular was n statement In the paper that
'the Horruwlng husband takes his be
reavement with the unlet courage
which marks n brau maul' It hap
pened that the Mexican woman
couldn't read and talked little. Still, 1
knew they'd find me soon-It couldn't
be otherwise so 1 made another run
for It, swearing an onth. however, be
fore I left that I'd come back nnd havo
that gambler's heart
"It was lucky I went, for they un
covered my sign the next day, und the
country where I'd hidden blazed like a
field of dry grnss. They were lose on
my heels, nnd they vlimrd In from ev
ery quarter. Hut. pshaw. I kuow the
woods like an Indian, and the wild
things were my friends again, which
would have mndc It piny. If Id been
ntone. but n girl child of three was
harder to mnnago. So I cowered nnd
skulked dny after day like n thief or
the murderer they thought me. work
ing always farther Into tho hidden
places, traveling by night with tho lit
tle one asleep on my bosom, by day
playing with her In some leafy glen,
nlth my pursuers so close behind that
for weeks I never slept, and my love
for the child Increased dally tilt It bo
came almost an Insanity.
"We had close squeezes many times,
but I finally won. lu fplle of the fact
that they tracked us clear to the edge
of the desert, for I had hit for the
state Hue. knowing that Nevada wna a
HlldcrucnH nnd feeling that I'd surely
lose them there. Ami I did. Hut lu
doing It I nearly hut Merrldy. You
see. the constant travel nnd hardship
was too much for n prattling baby, and
she fell sick from the heat, the dust
"I was bound for the nearest ranch
or camp where n woman could be
found; but. us luck would have It, I
went through without trying. I had
gone farther from men uud things,
however, than I thought, and this re
""' l'ursu,,1 w"" ''"'' "uics worse
i ,lu" V"' "' ''.'f ' .CU'1.1" ' K" V
. iitanltifli In el,.ll-rk Ilmllli mini ! Ill
." . , ' ""","'" """
ma ujiiiu on ui I'uiiiie or riKie uu my
hiiriie's rump. It was thou I found
"V""'" ' '"" '' ' '"'
;',"? I.!!"t' w"" "'"" l,U" ,,,K ?
of '. "l.o knew nothing of
"or of the whlto man s nffalrM i
i ". "" " """ "" , " """""
1""'. .'."." I ..' . "" ".""
'caml T' ?'" wlc" ' n' '
imiiiiiiv I rode my horse ui beside I
,,, ,, , ,, ',,,
n IninliT Job to pull mv thruugh than
they ill.) lu save Merrldy,
The llltle one was playing around
scleral days before I got back my rea
hou. Meauwiille the party had moves
north, taking us with them, nud, as It
happemsl, Just missing n posse who
no- returning frmiMhe desert. ..
(To Be Continued)
This evening nt Emma Hquaro, the
baud will play tho following program:
Overture Unrest Storck
Intermezzo Apaco Danco. .Offenbach
Melody In F. RiihlnRtclii
Selection Harry I-audcra Songs...
1 1 I1I1IO
Vocal Hawaiian pongs.. ar. by nerger
Selection Count Hoffman.. Offenbach
Waltz Thul's Mo Pletromarchl
Klnnlo Mmismousso Vivos
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
THE ROYAL THEATRE.
Ilnln or rhino, this unique theatre
In tho heart of the Oriental Roctlon l
filled to capacity. Homo very good
hula dances wem given last week be
tween films. Tio new colored fllnin
uro very Interesting.
Advertisements Under this HeoJInni
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-1
few custumeis nearby for puro
milk fiom a small herd of healthy,
well-fed cows. Apply ISM Col
lego St. 4292-tf
I"erjbody to make money by plant
ing cocoauuts. Inquire fur plants,
llox 102 l.llme, Kauai. 4190-tf
Small furnished cottage near town;
4 looms. "K.," thl! olllcc.
Clean wiping rags at the Itulletln nf.
ROOM AND BOARD
Ypung lady dcilrca board nnd room
wllh private family; state terms;
location, King. Young or llcrctnnl.i
preferred. Ail J lest SI.," Ilulletln
lly young Chinese, in olllcc or store;
understands bookkeeping; cxpcil
enced; country no objection. Ad
dress "X.," Ilulletln. 429S-10t
Our large new stock
is now ready for you.
We are fully prepared
to meet any and all
demands for handsome
and artistic wall pa
per. Come in and see it
in our special down
Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. King- Street.
Brown & Lyon Go.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
CALL AND HEAR IT
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
For Beautiful Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
941 NUUANU ST.
FRESH FRUITS and
VEGETABLES just in.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King St. near Bethel.
0, Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
DRY CLEANING A SPECIALTY.
Only the finest work turned
out. Let us do yours.
f r r h n h
J, Abadie, Prop,
AUvertiMincnts Unuer this Heacllna
One Cent Per Wcrd Each Day. No Ad-
vertlsements Inserted for Less Than
Hack Set Ituiigcs, Klze 4 ft to 9 ft.;
llildge & lleaih Superior Stmes";
Quick Meal nnd Perfection oil
Rtmes; Parmer's Hollers, Camp and
laundry sloei. A large line of ic
lialrH can led In stock. We ton
older on nny lepalr (oi nny slovo
made. Your trade Is hollclted.
phone 2ii. i:.mi:ki.utii & CO.,
LTD., 145 King St.
A flue (1 BUM AN VIOLIN, Strudlvar-
lous pattern, has 'been used mauy
jenrs. l'or particulars uddress 12.
KAIIL, German School and Church.
20,000 Cueoanuts Just arrived on
schooner Concord, from Kunnlns
Inland. Miller Sulvnne Co. V. O.
Ilox C27. 42S5-tf
Newly furnished rooms close In; elec
tric light and running water In
each room. No. 73 So. llerctnnlu
Neatly furnished, mosqulto-proof
room, with boaid. Tel. 1333; Nos.
T49-GO, llerctanin St. 4272-lt
furnished suite of rooms, with
board; hot and cold water. 1049
llcrctanla Ave. 42Sfi-tt
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms,
line view. Apply 700 Quarry St.,
cor. Alnpal. 4295-tf.
Tour furnished rooms, with board.
Two with dressing room. 10S0 Her-
etnnla Ave. 4285-tt
Two furnished looms. 1071 A Llko
I like St., near Campbell I.ano.
Two furnished rooms, Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Kmma St.
furnished cottage. Inquire Cottnga
Grove. I'hono 1087. 4290-tC
IlKAL. ESTATE EXCIIANC1E. LTD.
We hnvo over 100 lots for salo In all
parts of the city. Improved ami
uulmprocd, business sites,
residence sites und farming
eltcs, for prices ranging from
150 tn (30,000; some for cash
sales, some for Installment
Bales und soma for axcliango.
We have oyer 00 homes for sale, locat
ed In overy rcshlenco section
of tho city, nnd suburbs; nil
comfortable), samo elegant, on
various terms; soino for spot
cash, some on installment pay
ments, Bomo for exchango, and
eomo for part cash and part
mortgago on easy terms.
Wo can nrrango to build houses on the
Installment plan ou lots pur
chased from us by responsible
We Lave a number of good exchange,
nnd may locaii
Wo have eight or ten prospective buy
era on our IIhU ut present;
perhaps you havo Just the
place that would suit one nt
them. Conic nnd sco us.
IlEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. LTD.
A. V, QEAIt, Manager.
Pail Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT,
At Your Grocer's,
., . f Ji'it . A.s. Jl vS4sj(