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Wf I j pX u , ;, 6 BPf r . k- I i, Pioneer Steam And Cake Bakery. ESTABLISHED 1863. Keeps always on diatid thu largest stock anil greatest vniicty of llome Mndc, l'lcsh and only Pure Candies and Cakes. Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pure Goods at Wholesale and Retail. F. HORN, And Only Practical Confectioner Wedding and Birthday Cakes Not a specialty exactly, but arc made now as before, of superior quality and richness of flavor and OKNAMENTED IN AN AUTISTIC STYLE which defies imitation and fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation, not yet excelled in Honolulu. American, French, Italian, English and German FaBtries Made to Order at Short Notice. Bread Delivered Every Day to nil parts of the City. Steam Made ' At $3.00 for one, and 5.00 for two Gallons. Made from rich Egg Custard. It is made from AVoodlavrn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be tho Richest, Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu. Special Arrangements made for Large Orders. 1621 Satisfaction guaranteed by F. HORN, Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street. lictween Jfc'ort A Xtmiuiu. GEO. ENGELHARDT, (Formerly with Samuel Nott). Importer and Denier ii STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, CROCKERY, GLASSAVARr:, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE, AGATE IRON AND TINWARE. Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company. Beaver Block, - Fort Street. EP Stoic formerly occupied by S. NO'JT, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank. -J IMS . JOHN ITT, 1. 8 Hnun Street ?rwUSRS?FCa IHMH fcBlgtlfcBMjTyrfjMTtfOni ft' J0SHIp llcil EaJ Granite, Iron and Tin Ware ! Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns, WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE House Keeping Goods, PLUMBING, TIN, COPJfER AND 993 SHEET IRON WORK. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd. (Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuol Nott.) IRONMONGERS. New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware in New Designs. From the very hes mukcrs. o CUTLERY o A. Complete Wtolc oi GooiIm in Every Line. FORT STREET, HONOLULU. ofl I I 1 K Every Description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING Executed with neatness and dispatch At the Daily Bulletin Office .ikicSM-. ;'& Candy Fact'y. Proprietor and Qrnatnentar in thU Kingdom. Ice Cream Iloth Telephone. 74. sgwsS?fi -ki'.'i'.'.s J., . jwiijfciiAtafc.u TUESDAY, MAH. 29, 1887. TWO BOYS WITH BUT ONE PAIR OF LEGS. John and Jacob Tocci, tho twins of Lccana, who have been shown in almost every city of Europe as the successors of the famous Siamcso twins, nie dying in thePratcr. The boys lcsomblo each oilier exactly, and arc now in their tenth year. John and Jacob are separate as far as the sixth rib, and have one abdomen and ono pair of legs between them. Jacob moves the right leg, John the left. Tho twitn cannot walic, and they balance by lacing their arms round each other's necks. Jacob cats often and heat lily and is the healthier of the two, and to all ap pearance it ib lie who keeps his brother alive. Two days ago the twins quarrelled over a toy, and John grew so excited that his heart blood suddenly ceased to flow and ho changed to a condition of com plete lethargy, from which he had not woke on the following morning. The boy suffered from the same complaint a year ago in Berlin, and Professor Viichow then declared that a recurrence of the lethargy would certainly put an end to the twins' life. A number of Vienna physicians are observing tho malady, but they entertain littlo hope of John's life, and if John dies, Jacob must follow him to the grave. The twins as they lie in their bed offer a strange contrast ; Jacob, w ith fever ish eyes and a red face, seems to harbor all the blood tual has ic trcated from John's lifeless body. The conscious boy ciics incessantly, because he has often hcaul Piofes sor Virchow's rcmaik lcpcated, and knows that his brother's death is but the haibinger of his own. The poor creatines arc meeting with the same fate that some time ago put an end to tho life of the Siamese twins, the second of whom died of poisoned blood vessels, after having spent six terrible hours, with the corpse of his brother. The advisability of an operation separating the living fiom the dead brother was discussed at the time, but bcfoic a resolution could be taken death had done its work. The twins of Locana, who for the last eight years have travel ed to all the world's shows, were to have left to-morrow for New Yoik, wheic llarnum is said to have en gaged them for a year at a salary of 110,000 francs. In the event of their death the parents have sold their body to a London anatomical museum for the price of 8,000. St. Jnincs Gazett. THE PREVIOUS QUESTION. John C. Calhoun, then a Senator, stated in dchatc in 1811 that the "previous question" was intioduced into the House in 1811. Its cstab lishment was rendered neccssaiy by tho long-winded speeches of liarcnt Gardiner, a Itcpicscntalivo from New Yoik, who would speak two or three days on some unimportant resolution when action was promptly demanded. Henry Clay differed from Mr. Calhoun in his recollection. lie said that heforc the picvious question iwis introduced they had a rule in observance in the IIouso which acted as a great auxiliaiy in cutting off debate, and that was a question of consideration, viz: "Will the House now consider?" Ho re collected the the application of that rule in a particular ease of inteiest. Mr. Randolph,' who understood that a message would be sent from the President deelaiing war against Great Britain, came to the House in the morning and commenced his famous anti-war speech, and after he had spoken some time he (Mr. Clay), being in tho chair, asked him on what pioposition he based his rc maiks. Mr. Randolph replied upon a resolution he was about to offer to this effect: "Jlesolvcd, That it is in expedient to go to war with Great Britain." Mr. Clay asked him to be good enough to i educe it to writing, which ho did and sent it to tho Chair. Tho question was put : "Will the House now consider tho resolution?" and decided in tho negative, which cut off tho speech, and Mr. Randolph denounced it as a "gag law." Ben: Pcrlcy l'oore. People, with a Utile icady money can pick up some very good pjctuics cheap in Pails nowadays. Fashion is beginning to turn from tho modern school. A figure by Meissonter sold at auction recently for SI, 080, whilo one by Benjamin Contant bi ought 8125. A study by Alfred Stevens went for 681, and Hcnner's "Eu ogue," but eight yeais a sensation, brought only 839U. It is said that Julian Ilawthoino lias retired from the Author's Club. Ho has not visited its rooms since the unfortunate Lowell-interview controveisy. PAINTING ! Having Fccuied tho Services of Geo. C. Stratemeyer wo mo prepared to e.ccuto nil orders in House ox SJigix HONOLULU PLANING MILLS. CO tf d.JSfc WX-..y V-.-AtiitttStf -a Arrivo at Honolulu from San Francisco. Australia April G Alameda Apiil 10 Australia May 4 Mariposa May 14 Australia June 1 Zcalaiidia .... June 1 1 Australia June 29 Alameda July 0 Australia. . July 27 Mariposa August G Australia. . . '. August 21 Zcalandia . . . i September 3 Australia September 2 1 Alameda October 1 Australia October 19 Mariposa October 29 Auslialia November 1G Zcalaiidia, November 20 Aitstuilla December M Alameda December 2 1 Leavo Honolulu lor San Francisco. Mariposa April 8 Australia April 10 Zcalaiidia May G Australia May 11 Alameda . . .' June 3 Australia June 8 Mariposa July 1 Australia July G Zcalaiidia July 29 Australia August .' Alameda August 20 Australia August 31 Mariposa September 23 Australia September 28 Zcalaiidia October 21 Australia October 20 Alameda November 18 Australia November 23 Mariposa December 1G Australia December 21 Zcalaiidia (1888) January 13 hmim ELECTRIC Onlrl'erfoct UodrHnttarr nvnrltiTent'fli BELT Best Made! .Chronic 1)I. An bam rf f9 (llTMfinKlMlJ trio Current.! wituornrrH- tf otrr AOIDH. " A REXFflCtirrtil ffltliniilMctilrinc. i-1 FrrrnioHuspENKonr Fatal. 1875 Henl for "h mfll'nmnhlAtNnV. MU.lvwitn erai-rnmr 304 NORTH di: Adiln. MAQN BTREE'r", ST. LOUIS, mo' VI rtelnBIIDO Aft 7Q4 BAC'MFKTO BT i ftf rHANOIHCO, OAL Feb. IS, '87. 1G71 ly M. THOMPSON, AXtoi'ii oy-u t-l.u -v. Ofllce In Campbell's Block, Cor. Foil & Merchant St?., Honolulu, II. I. PRACTICES IN THE COURTS. tgf When desired, w ill nl o the law in a written opinion, as to thu probable ie suit of tho contention upon tho facts slated. inSSly Schooner Josephine. The SOHOONEIt JOSEPH- -ji IW. la tina ti Oi-ct jtTiica M- dcr. She will make two trins n week to F.wn. under Captain Cook, carrjiug freight mid pis sengers. Parties wishing to mako oEXCUBSIOIVSo to Pcail Hirer, Coco Head, and other pai ts of Onhu may chaiter tliu schooner by applying to CAVT. COOK. 83lm NOTICE. T.OHN A. SPEAR having this day U bought out the entire Interest of OHAKLKS II. PFEiri'T.U, in the late firm of fapcnr and Pfeiller, beg to noti fy his f (inner customers ami (he public lint ho is tho solo owner of mid hu'l. nes, and will enrry m tho huMno- of said late Driu, soliciting for himself the rmtrnn.igo lierctotore nceonled snid linn. All debt and claims agidnst the said late firm ot Spear & Pfeifler will be paid bv the undcrslRiicd. JOHN A. SPEAK. Dntcd March 4th, 18,7. 77 lm ft A New Lot of Cigars and Cigarettes Entirely New in this Market. m St. Paul! Beer Ev " O. It. BISHOP." Warranted Pure Brew of Malt and Hops. And SPECIALLY KOTTLEU for tho undersigned. Forfcalo by all rr&t-cluss liquor denjcis nnd by H, HACKFELD & CO., Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands. 00 lw JT. HOPP Ac CO. 74 King Street. Manufacturers and Importers of all kinds of Furniture & Upholstery Goods FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY. All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to. CHAIRS TO RENT Foi Bills or Paities in small nrhirgo 801 quantities, y. RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill. GJ T HE DAILY BULLETIN -The most popular papei puuusiau. . " --' - it -w r c Kpii8Kbcal k9k-Eti Amvett at Marcnan utjtii'bteu- &. mx FOK SAX FKAXCISCO, The new; nnd lino AlJJttccl Mcninshlp ti lariposa," Of tho Oceanic Slcaimhip Company, will be duo nt Honolulu irom Sydney and Auckland on or about April 9th, 1807, And will leave for the above port with mails and passengers on or tiuout that uaic, Kor ftolght or pns'aco, having SU. FEltlOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents. For Sydney and Auckland, The iiLW and lino Al steel steamship it Alameda," Of the Oceanic StcnmOilp Conipinj',will be due al Honolulu fiom Sin Francisco on or about April 16th, 1887, And will have prompt dlp.ilih with malls and lw-eetiKeis for iboabnvo port, l'or Irelght or imsncc, liavlni' BIT PEIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to t7 WM.G. IRWIN & CO., Atronts. HAWAIIAN HOTEL CARRBACE CO.. Carriages at all hours, day nnd night, finddlc liorrc, Ihijries, Wagonettci and Village Cirfs wltn stylish and gentle horses to let. FOK SALE. A few IIorse, guaranteed. Second hnnd Hacks, Open, and Top Iiugglcs, Carts and II unlets. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. King up Telephono !U, or npply to MILES & IJAYLEY. Pacific Carriage Co. Telephone 419, both Companies. OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND: Corner Qncen Ss Xoi't Ht. All Carriage in tnis Compiny nro owned by their drivers, who will en. deuor to do their best to satisfy their pa Irons by clillly nnd JiODhitATi: UlIAUOhS. C. Buchanan, 129. ; 1 W. Moore, - 200. : N. Peterson, - 201.: I G. Baker, 09. : J. Brown, 193. ! N. Doylo, - 60. ! SO lm CITY CARRIAGE GO. SrX"A.?sTr: Corner ol'Xiiunnii & Hotel HtvcctM. RING UP TELEPHONE 457, This Carriage Compiny has been re cently oiganied, and guarantees to furnldi good conveyance-", tmstwuthy drivers, mid will make no extortionate charges. All culU w ill bo liromptly attended to. 01 A INSTITUTION IN STANDARD PHONOGRAPHY! For a ConvNii i" 8 Lohoiim, Sulllcieiit to get tho pupil lo rending and writing Pnonography, 90.UO. For a Coiiipletc 'Ieiiieiiliiry Coiiihc, Of Twenty.four Lesson", 18.00. For the ltciiortiug Course, Asulllclentnuuiberofl.o-soiistomako tho pupil, with pioner e.ortions on Ills part, a Piactlcal JUpoitor, 75. Oi, Reporting Lessons may bo tnUcn in Courses of THvctity.four J.tsfons, for 1818 per Course. Three Couieo, or seeuty.two Ltssons, will gencially suf. flto. '1 his Instruction may be tnken by mail. For 'pnrliculms uniiiilru at THIS OF VlCll. ; to lm Electric House Bells! Put ill Stores, Houses, rkrvnntB Out. hotife?, Stblo, and Burglar Alarms ! At lcasoimblo latcs, For fiuthcr partlciil irs call on ALEX. FLOHR, (aim and I.ockHiiiltli, Bethel Street, . Honolulu. 82 lm Tho Inter -Island Steam Navigation Co., Limited, Keep constantly on hnnd for snlo Steani Family nnd Blncktinith Coal and a general assoilnient of 43 Bat Bron. ly D AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY iu toiuius. !?:; pti iinuuni, I-I. .J. NCP1U3DJ1. Ha-? just received n large and varied us sorlineiit of Cigars end Cigarettes of the ilnst quality. Sotno of the brands being intirelv new In tins King dom. Together, with n lino selection of Mocrsoliaum, Briar, Myall, Porce lain and othor Pipos. Tolincco Fonrhcn. 3intoh llocs. CI- Km- nnc Clsm-rtto lIoldci- or new ami I'U'unnt DchIiih. CALL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS 1 01 lm KEL, Tho Leading Millinery House. AVc have this day teccncil by tho S. S. Australln, tbe finest line of ever shown In this ci'y. They are all Colors and the very latest Style". MILLINERY! A Complete lino of Ladies9 Hats ! lit White nml llluck. All tho Latest Xtn titles in "Wings and Hat Trimmings ! which will be on Exhibition on SATURDAY. The Leading1 Millinery House COR. FORT V BIOTIX STS. hO Peck's New and Improved Water Filter! All mden for tho aboo must bo ad dreswl to P. Q. itox 4li:i. 7 lm APTOS CHIEF! This fine owf; trotting hied stnlllon will taid ilia coming teisou nt Dcdd1 Stables, Knpiolani Path, to a llinilcd number of mire. Terms, t0.00 Benson. APTOS CHIEF, bay stallion, by Speculation; he by llytdyh's Humble. Ionian, out of Maithu Washington, by Hun's Washington; hei dam by Audit. Inh. 1st dam by Lady Pool, by Sknjri;'s Itittler; her dam liy Ghncoe. Tlio aliove stallion was r.ihed by Sir Clans S rci'ktl-i. For fuither pirtlculars enquire nt tho FASHION STABI.!, or ot P. IIUS TAC13, nt lliHtiico As Kuheitsuu'4 ofllce. Queen Sntet. 71ni Young Venture, Jr. --v'r- ThU flno joung trntting-brcd stallion, 4 j oirs old, will stand for tho coming sea-oil at llio miner of QUKEN & PUNCHBOWL STRESS. TcritiH, $S5 the Season. YOUNG VKNTUHB is a black stal. lion, hi mI liy Mr. Homer, of Maui; Ids dam wus a lino mine, half Patthui nnd half Black Morgan; he ib kind, gentle and fclylish;' no faults whateei, and one of the closest bred stallions iu tho Kingdom, which shows staying power and vitality. Iu ca'o any maro should fail to havo a foul by him, Ids sci vices will be ren. dcred next m u-ou free of charge. For fuither particulars enquire of 77 lm OAl'T. CLUN. EY. CIGARS! CIGARS! Tho Finest Brand of MANILAS iu tho Market at the CENTRAL CIGAR STAND, I'T )IIMi:it, fi-npriutor-. OS Husiace& Robertson, DHAY M in T . Uj orders for C.utiitro promptly at 1. tended to. Particular attention paid to tho Storing & Shipping of goods In transit to tho other Islands. Also, Black and White Sand iu quantities to tult nt lowest prices. Ofllco, adjoining L P. Adams & Co.'s auction room. 092 ly Jliituii) Ti lephono No. 10. TF YOU FIND ANYTHING, X udvcitiio it iu tho Daily Bui.IjU'iik Oents Hals! M EngelbrecM's LEADS THEM ALL I Your wives and children will rejoice, Having found llio Sampler Cigar your cliolco. ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO., 21 First Street, S. F, 80 For sale Everywhere. AG Yosemite Skating SCHOOL Will bo open cciy nrtcinoon and uun . ing as follows: Ionilay, Tui'Mluy, "Wcilm-mlny nml Knttivilny ISvciiIukh, To the public in geneinl. For ladies and gtntlcmen. Nntm-dny AKvrnuoiiH, For ladiea, gentlemen and children. Letons iu Fnney Skating. MUfcilC. Friday and Saturday cuings. WILLIAM WALL, Manager. C. E. FRASHER, DEiI.UK IN Hay, Grain, Etc, livermore Hay, Wholo Barley, Crushed Barley, - Oil Cake Meal' Oats, Bran. Order left at Oillce, with N. F. Bur gess, t-t King Stuet, will bo promptly attended to. OOly S. M. CARTER, Has on hand for sale, in quantities to suit: Departure Bay Coal, Newcastlo.Coal, Charcoal. Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split. Manicnlu Hay, California Hay, limn, Oats, Ilarley, Com, Cracked Corn, AVhe.it, etc. Older arc horcby solicited nnd will bodelhortd at any locality within tho city limits. Itoth Telephones, 187. CI Health is Wealth ! Da. 12. 0. West's Nisnyn ad DnAiK TnrAT- MENT.n Riuinintccd enoclu' for lluterm, ilizzl-iiiw-i. CunviilaionH. 1'its, i-lervous NeuralRln, IIoiuarha.NononH Frustration. rniMtxllij'tliansa ot nlt-ohol or tutincui, Wakofulncss, Jlontnl Do Iinwslon, 8nf tonins of tho Hrnln. resaltiiiB in ln Bamty nml Iradiiu tri misery, dorny uud ilontht rroinnturi) Old Au-o, llarreniicsg, Loss of l'owor in eitlior ux. lnoluntnry losses and Hpprmntnr rliooa, causiHl by oTcr-oxortion of tho brain, bolt". uUubo, or over-lmlulsonco. Uuch box contains nno month ii treatment. S 1.00 a box, or sir boxes tor Si.tXJ, Bout by mult propnUl on rocoiiit ot prico. WK UAAXTr.K SIX JtOXIX Tocnronnycaso. AVithcacliordorrcceiTcdbynii for ni boxes, nocompaniod wilh S3.00, wo will Bond tho purchuHcr our written Runrnnteo t to fund tho money it tho trcntmont dona not effect n turo. (i imrnntces issued only by uoa.iL.ifes'x'xnt (vco. S50D REWARD! Tl!wlllMrlhti)nriiiia fonnf rauor lJTrCf.mpllLt njiftpiU, bkk ll.ij.nh.. In Jlkiil,n, Ci uiUpillon or Cnllrn.il. " "" "1th t ' rnULU Llr I 111., when tlit dine. Horn Mtlcllr ooni ll.J wllB. Th.y ' un l inUllt. 1114 Mm fall li cWi utnricllon, SutrCotJ, Urn tojn.ioo. UlalDBOllli,Mcti. rr il, bjr .11 Jrnsslm. lmm at JOHN C. MUST & CO, HI It 1,3 w. U.41wo u, Chlifi litgtiWick.jMMtyBiUfrjUcrltlc(a3ilius:p, JlolllHtiU- .V: C 80 Cm Wholesale and Itctnil Agent 'IjCO feB i D"tM''l f i . .wrfJaSr ,H Aofcll rf, . ,lt.2c&i e. v.t,.i. ''.JkJiiiih- ,tai, i-. . ., 3&3mjl iJLH.-s 3omix!h&! ,c. ' -. Ji ..t m ... .