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We havo received a fresh line of
Crosse & Blackwcll's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Direct from'Eugland ex British bark Glengabor, comprising In part:
Bottles Mixed Tickles,
11 Chain Chnm,
" White Onions,
" Fiescrved West India Ginger,
' Bpaulsh Olives,
Handiomo Vases ltoyal Tabic Sauce,
" " John Bull Sauce,
Bottles Walnut Catsup,
" Greengage In Syrup,
" lted Currants In Syrup,
" Candled Orange reel,
" " Oltrmi Peel,
" Pudding Haislns,
1-lb tint Jordan Almonds,
" Fried Eels,
Jf lb tins Fresh Cod Roei,
1 quart Bottles Salted Herrings,
Earthen Jars Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Bottles Whlto and Black Pepper,
" Zantc Currants,
7-1 b tins Scotckmcal,
Jars Tabic Salt,
2-lb tins Green Tea Soup,
" Julienne Soup,
" Mock Turtlo Soup,
' Oxtail Soup,
' Giblct Soup,
" Mitllagatawny Soup,
Bottles India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras " "
1 & 2-lb tins Jams and Jellies, assorted,
rates of nil kinds,
1.1b tun Uarraway Seeds,
Bottles Tomato Conserve,
Truffled Pate de fols Gra,
Tins Whole Roast Grouse,
" Sago and Onions,
Halford's English Currted Fowl,
" English Asparagus,
1-lb tins Mince Meat,
2-lb tins Spiced Beef,
Bottles Capers, 2 and 4 oz.,
Lib tint Canois,
" ltbh Stew,
" Boiled Mutton,
u Stewed Kidneys,
" Boast Veal,
Cocoa and Milk,
Symington' Pen Flour,
ifpps if to -lb Packages Cocoa,
Oakley Knife Polish,
1-lb tins Flake Tapioca,
Coleman's Mustard in tins and bottles,
Day & Martin's Shoe Paste,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia and Brigantlne Consuelo, a complete lino of
SX.AJPJL.I2 A.1ST FANCY GKOCEKITiJS,
All which wc offer at reasonable prices.
Batlntactloii Uaurnntcril, mill oodn delivered to nil inrt of Honolulu.
FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, received by each trip of the
O. S. S. Co.'s Steamers by
LEWIS &: OO. Mlm
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Importer" audi Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELEERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent EalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
Or Store formerly occupied by S. NOT T, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'a Bank. -
JOi ITT, 1. 8 nim Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Succossort to Dillingham & Co., & Samuol Nott.)
New Goods for tho Holidays! Silver PJad Ware
in Now Designs.
From the very lies makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete Sstoelc oi" GoodH In Every XjIhc.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Exocuted with neatness and dispatoh
At the Daily Bulletin Office
r. O. Box 207.
Bottles Skinner's Mango Helljli,
" long Bed Chillies,
" Mnvonnalso Sauce,
" Cnlufoot Jolly,
" French Olives,
Hnndtomo Vases China Soy,
" " Boho Sauce,
Bottles Mushroom Catsup,
" Cherries in Syrup,
" Black Currants In Syrup,
" Candied Lemon Peel,
" Crystallized Fruits
" Turkey Flg,
1.1b tins Curried Lob3tcrs,
" Stowed Bel?,
Jf lb tins Fillets of Soles,
Earthen Jars Ploatcr Paste,
Small Jars Capt. Whllo's Mullagatawny
Bottles Ground Spices
Pint Bottles Malt Vinegar,
Pint Bottle Montscrrat Lime Juice,
2-lb tin Gravy Soup,
" Crcssy Soup,
" Palestine Soup,
" Hare Soup.
" Ox Check Soup,
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" Vnlun Soup,
Tins Oxford Sausage,
Bottles Pickled Bed Cabbage,
Collared Ox Tongues,
Bottlu3 Lm & Perrlu's Genuine Worces
Bottles Bengal Club Chutney,
" French Truffles,
Tins Whole Boast Partridges,
" " ' Pheasants,
" Preserved Mushrooms,
Heel Marrow iat,
J-lb tins Arrowroot,
tins Real Yarmouth Bloaters,
" French Mushrooms,
Phillipe & Canaud's Petit Pols,
1-lb tins Parsnips, 1-lb tins Turnips,
" Fresh Tripe,
" Alamodo Beef,
" Boiled Mutton,
" llni loot Mutton,
" C.ilfsliead, ditto Roast Mutton,
" Boiled Beef; " Boiled "
Cocoa anil milk, Chocolate and Milk,
Essence Coll'ec, Patent Gloats,
Van llotiton's Cocoa, if & -lb tins,
hi & J-11' "' Cocoatlua,
1.1b tins Pearl Saeo,
" Ground Rice,
" Cambridge Sausage,
Day & Martin's Liquid Shoo Blacking,
!w gwiljj gwJMin.
TI1UKSDAY. AI'RIL, 14. 1887.
NO TASTE IN THE TIP OF THE TONGUE.
Strictly speaking, with tho tip of
the tongue one can't really taste nt
all. If you put a small ilrop of
honey or oil of bitter almonds on
that part of the mouth you will find,
no doubt to your surprise, that It
proiluccs no effect of any sort ; you
only tasto it when it begins Blowly
to dlffuso itsclf,aml reaches tho true
tasting region in tho middle distance.
But if you put a littlo cayenne pep
per or mustard on the same part
you will find that it biles you im
mediately the experiment should
bo tried sparingly wlillo if you put
it lower down in the mouth you will
swallow it almost without noticing
the pungency of the stimulant. The
reason is that the tip of the tongue
is supplied only with the nerves,
which arc really nerves of 'touch,
not nerves of tasto proper; they be
long to a totally different main
branch, and they go to a different
center in the brain, together with
the very similar threads which sup
ply the nerve of smell for mustard
and pepper. That is why the smell
and tasto of these pungent sub
stances arc 60 much alike, as every
body must have noticed, a good
sniff at a mustard-pot producing
almost the same irritating effects as
an incautious mouthful. When one
is trying deliberate experiments on
the subject, in order to test the
varying sensitiveness of the differ
ent parts of different substances, it
is necessary to keep the tongue
quite dry in order to isolate the
the thing you arc experimenting
with and prevent its spreading to
all parts of the mouth together. In
actual practice this result is obtain
ed in lather a ludicrous manner
by blowing upon the tongue between
each experiment with a pair of bel
lows. To such undignified expedi
ents docs the pursuit of science lead
tho modern psychologist. Boston
Journal of Commerce.
The Umbria, one of tho three
Cunard steamers which the British
Admiialty have up to act as armed
cruisers in case of war, is now being
fitted witli platforms on her turtle
backs, fore and nft, so that whilst
continuing in the regular course of
her trade she can be at once fitted
with guns should an emergency
aribc. This action of the Govern
ment has been very generally com
mended, as for a very moderate bum
per annum, as fee, they arc assured
of the services of the fastest steam
ers in the British mercantile marine
should necessity rcquiro them. As
n pioof of the speed of these ves
sels, illustrations of which have
been f i cqucntly chronicled, it is rc
poitcd that the Etruria, which left
the bar of the Mersey at 4 r. m. on
Saturday, tho 12th inst., and the
captain of which was specially re
minded of his instructions to take
the most southerly, and consequent
ly the longest, loutc, to avoid the
numbers of icebergs and field ice so
frequently reported by other steam
ers, arrived at New York bar at six
o'clock on the morning of Feb. 19th,
making the passage from Liverpool
in six days nineteen hours, a feat
unprecedented in tho history of
THE HISTORY OFTHET ELEPHONE.
In tho paper read by Mr. J. K.
Brydgcs in March last tho author
gave an historical account of the
invention and evolution of telephones,
describing the most impoitaut of
those in which electricity is em
ployed. Ho stated that tho Greeks
most probably used acoustic tubes
in some of their mysteries, and that
travellers tell us that tho Chinese
used instruments which would now
be called mpejianical telephones.
About 1837 two events occurred
which may bo said to have given
birth to telephony. In America Mr.
Page mado tho discovery that a
magnetic bar rapidly magnetised
remitted sounds, and that these
sounds corresponded to the number
of currents producing them. Early
in 1870 Messrs. Bell and Gray in
dependently and simultaneously in
vented telephones, by which trans
mission of speech could lake place
perfectly, and later in the same
year, Mr. Edison biought forward
an improved transmitter, establish
ing a new type of instrument. In
1878 Professor Hughes exhibited his
microphone, from which invention,
freely given to the world, the greater
number of transmitters now in use
arc derived. Tho author then pro
ceeded to define a telephone, and to
dcscrjbp various transmitters and
receivers, Ifp cpncludcd his remarks
by stating that pra'cticajjy an induc
tion coil should bo used when Hip
resistance in tho lino and receiver
qccomo so serious as to swamp the
variations of resistance in the micro
Iihoiio. Tho paper was illustiated
jy diagrams. Homo News.
In answer to a Neath firm, who
inquired if the Queen would no
willing to accept a Jubilee present
from them, Sir Henry Pousonby has
written feinting that Her Majesty lias
been compelled to establish a rulo
not to accept any presents from
prlvato individuals in consequence
of tho great number of similar offers.
The Queen lias, liowpvor, departed
from this rulo In tho caso of a car
pet manufacturer of Ayr, a Mr,
Gray, from whom nho has uccepted,
with thanks, a Jubilee carpet. It is
scarcely judicious on tho Queen's
patt to emphasiso further the dif
ferent feelings with which shoic
gards her Scotch and Irish subjects;
and although the incident may have
no meaning, we aro tolcranly sure
to hear more of it. Truth.
A Professor in tho Sandwich
Islands declares that he has sound
ed the extinct crater near the leper
settlement at Molokai, and a line
0,500 feet long remained taut and
failed to reach tho bottom. Tho
thorough exploration of this crater
would probably result in some ad
ditions to our knowledge of volcanic
action. Home News.
The Baltmore and Ohio Itailroad
Company is compelling its employes
to sign a pledge to abstain from the
use of intoxicating liquors.
0. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu Irom San Francisco.
Alameda April 1G
Australia May 4
Mariposa May 14
Australia June 1
Zealandia June 1 1
Australia June 2!)
Alameda July 9
Australia July 27
Mariposa August 0
Australia '. ..August 24
Zealandia September .1
Australia September 21
Alameda October 1
Australia October 1!)
Mariposa October 20
Australia . .November 10
Zealandia November 20
Australia December 14
Alameda December 24
Loavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Zealandia May 0
Austialia May 11
Australia June 8
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 0
Zealandia . .' July 29
Australia August !1
Alameda August 20
Australia August 31
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 28
Zealandia October 2 1
Australia October 20
Alameda November 18
Australia November 23
Mariposa December 10
Australia December 21
Zealandia (1888) January 13
(IKK Willi orerr hiii,
P.t.ll. 1TO. hrml for
Fre l'nmphlet No?.
Audi., mac Ml
on. unnUAV.M7tMfainM T.rA tT.. K a a'
704 BACTMBNTO BT BW rRANOIHCO. OAI.
Fob. 18, '87.
MISS CLARKE, who has h.ul many
vcars uMierlriiris in Dress & Clnak
M iklinr, 1ms OPENED A imr.SSMAIC.
1NQ ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alnkc.i
MRS. RODANET, ih well-known
(Irutsinnkcr, icucntly rcturnwl
from l'nris, has her dress-mnkiug rooms
btlll on Kmmu street, above tho square
JTwst 3E8.ecei.ved. !
by Bilk " tiarimuc,"
In IlnrrclM and Hnlf JlurrelH.
For Sale tiy
Oil 3w CASTIiK & COOKE.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kcar of Lucas.' Mill.
Baggago Express, OG.
Stand: Cor. Fott
and Klnp Sts in
front of Hammer's
Iliuncb3 bhop. All cxptossago prompt,
ly attended to nt reasonable ratpj,l9 1 m
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & AInkca Sti-ccta.
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at tho picsent
tlmo of over Five Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Itoom Is supplied with
about fifty of tho leading newspapers
A Tailor Is provided for convctsallou
Teims of membership, fifty cents a
Jioath, payable quartcily In ndvanco.
No formality requited in joining except
signing tho toll.
fstrangcts fioiu foicigu countries and
ylfiltorsfiom tho other islands mowel
cqmo to the rooms at all times as gitc-U.
This Association having no icguhtr
means of sunpoit pxcepr tho dues of
mi'inberw, It )s expected that icshlents
of iloiioluhi who deshe to ayal Uem
lolves of Its piivlleges, ami n)l who fee
uu Intel Mt In maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down tholr muppi
and become i ocular contrlhutuis.
A. .T. OAKTWKIOHT, Pies..
M. M. SCOTT, Vlco-l'ieslcleul,
II. A. PABMELEE, Sccretaiy,
0. T, ROPGERS, M.D.,
Ohalrmuu Hull and Library Committee.
- -.t. 1aT
The Beaver Cigar Divan!
JBL. .it. rsrox-acax.
Ilnsjusl received a largo and varied us
Cigars and Cigarettes
of Die (lnBt quality. Some of tho
brnmli being entirely now in this King
dom. Together, with a lluo bolectloh of
Mcorsohaum, Briar, Myall, Porce
lain and other Pipos.
Tobacco PonciiPH, ZInteli Hoxcn, CI-
rot nnc Cl'rarcttn lloldcrn or
new nnil elegant DchIrhn.
CALL AND LOOK AT THE G00DS1
New Goods !
Mr. L B. KERR
received and opened
up his Now
Coiiiptlstuga hrgo and well selected
Suit ibla for the Season.
Thffcc goods wcro selected in England
by Mr. Kerr personally, and nro gunr.m.
teed to be of tho finest quillly.
3Ir. Kt-rr, having &ccuiad tho services
of a SKW CWTTKil. ho is pre
tared to I'u 1 111 ordcis 'with thu utmost
11 Merchant Street.
J. HOPP & CO.
7-1 Kins Wtveci.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE UEDDIKO A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bills or Paitics in small or l'irgc
Tho Finest Brand of
in tho Market at the
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
V. IIIIi:i:, I'roni'ictor.
A LTj orders for Cartauo promptly at--L
tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & BMpping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Ofllco, adjoining E. 1. Adams & Co.'s
982 ly Mutual Tr lephono No. 10.
Music every Saturday Night.
XIIOHrAW E. WALL,,
1001 Proprietor. lyr
Having fccuicd tho Setvicc3 of
Geo. 0. Stratemeyer
wc arc prepared to iccuto nil
I-2.oiue or ig'Sl
JIOKOI.UI.U PLAKIAQ A1IL.S.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 coliuns, !fy per lumum.
w u. vz-xl'-ttMa
Why am I so Miserable)?
8o wenk and linguld? Why such
huarthnrns nnd tmlm In the stomach,
such acidity, mid such an unplciifnnt
tnsto In tho mouth? Wt-y at times such
n Rtiawlntr nppcilte, and tlicn again sutb
dUrollsh for iood? Why i1 Hio mind so
frequently Irritable, desponding, mclnn.
cboly, and dejected? Why noes one
often fctl under tho nip'elicnslon of
tonic Imaginary danger, and start at nny
unexpected nolec, becoming ugltnUd ns
tbimuh t omo grt at c.ilnmtt v was impend
ing? What is tho mc'iiilug of thrto
dull, flok bcadaelioij tluso violent jial.
jiltatlons of llio htart, this feverish nsl
lessiios, these night hwciiih; Ibis (lis
turbednnd dreamy tleep, whlih brings
no rcfr(6hlug resl, but only moanlngs
nnd umtteiliig', and tho hurroiu of the
riiuaiiKwer Is: Theso nru tho symp
toms ct Indigestion or Dyspepsia the
beginning an I tho forerunner of ulniost
every other huiiinii disease. Indigestion
is a weakness or want of powir of the
dlgrsllxo Hulls of the o.nncb to con
vert tho food Into healthy nutwr for tho
pnper notirlbhnieut of tho body. It is
catisrd mnsl frequently by tho Iriogu.
luliyofillel, or Improper iood. want of
healthy exeii'ljoiuiil puro outdoor air.
Itmnybj Induced by mental cllsltois
tho kheck (f Koine gieat calamity. It
may be, and often Is, aggtavatcd and In.
ten-tilled, it not originally brought on,
by exhaustion fioin inUnsu mental np
pllcallun, of plnslcal overwork, domes
tlu troubks, unxiity in lit.slnp, or llnau.
did etnbarrattmenti, If tho slonincb
could always le Kc t In (rder, death
would no longir bo a tubjcot of fearful
anxiety to the young ami middle-aged,
but what would bo contemplated by all
nsnviHt of an expected irieuit ill tlio
tloso of a jtunccfiil nnd hippy old ngo.
However, tho fust Ik siilo Invader upon
tho domain of health nnd hiipplnes is
Ii tin 10 nny toll'f, any icmcdy, any
cuic? That U tlie (iicstion ot thn sut'
feting and unhappy ilyspiptlc. What U
wuutcd in ine.licine ibatwill tlimough.
ly kuovdIu the htomacb, lowd-", liver,
and kliluoyo, nnd nlViiid speedy and cf
l'ectual nsslstaiico to the digestive organs,
and Kriiorc to the uorvoiij uud musuulnr
tjs'cins their oiiglu.il encrpy. ,
Such a medicine is happily at hind.
Never in thuhlstoiy of medical dWcov.
erles, o.ldeneo 1 by a do.en yeais' thor.
ough list, has thcio been found a icmcdy
for Indigestion to tpeedv, so sure, unit
h burpntlng in its icults as Slcgcl's
Curative Syiup, butto-day itisnsiuiuiard
remedy for thai almost uulversnl nllllc
llou incwry civilized country In Europe,
A&i.t, Alrlci nud Amoilca. l'ubllu tes
timonial, and iviv.itc lctlcts from mill
tiny ollleers, Ii.mk(.r4. merohiiuts, ship
captains, mechanic, turners, and then
wives and daughters, alike coulitm its
Nearly Raised him from tho
Sw iss Cotlnge, 'Walton-on.llic-Nnzc,
August 37th, 18SC.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sits: If a testimonial is of any
use to yjii respecting tho rcmuiknhlc
euro I hive deilved by taking your
"Hlegel's Syiup," you aro at liberty to
nnko any u-o of this yon may deem
leit For tipvviuds of uvclvo years I
have so Hired from cxlreinoNeivous De
bility and Ga trie Uatairh which ro
diiced me so tlatt 1 was totally unable to
do uny.busine-s, and canted great pios
(ration and iveiknuss. About three
yens ago 1 linel the advieo of several
inembeis of the medical faculty, nnd
under their tieattnont derived littlo or
no good. lJeing in town sninc ten
mouth-, ago, 1 Mas advited to try your
Curative .'yrup, and puicliused a bottle.
I had not uiken many doses licfoie I be
gin to feel a fruh man. I eauld walk
with ease, -while before I hud haul work
to curry one leg biforo thei other My
strength gradually increased and my
evcslght got better, which before I fre.
qucntly lot, owing to the malady nris.
ing li'umn btugglth liver, often in bed
fir sovxral davs, with piles, and could
hardly move. lam thankful to you and
toGo'dfor neaiiy railing me from tho
grave, loi it was nothing but your fcki.
gelV Syrup that has ielored mo to io.
bust health. Yours faillilully.
Kcvcshv', near IJoston.
December Ulst, 18S0.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your hlogcl's Syiup I find
has an incruising talo m (his neiglibor
liood, an 1 f-lnll always do my Lest to
furthei the si loot nu uitlclu that every
one lliul mtohase-i s-puaks highly in ll
ftvor. I also have (treat Etitlstactloii in
n-iying tint I quite hellcvu my wife was
firmancntly ciued of Indigestion and
Wind on the Stomach, fiom which sho
had Iiillercd snlensely some lime pi tviou
to taking it. I'allhlully yours,
Queen's County, Ireland,
A. J. While, Limited.
Dear Fir: I hope that your Siegel's
Syrup ond Pills may get tho Eiilo they so
well ilesorve. I had a very delicate
child, a boy now over nine years, but
King averse In eating nny klud of cg.
etiibio or ford from his birth, 1 boan
giving him Mother Siogel's Curntivo
Sviup, and attorn fuw weeks ho recov
ered so a to bu able to consume ns much
food :n olbrr boys of hUage, nnd lo tho
gro it nslonUhmcnt of bii neighbours, ho
is lively, golfing into Jlcf.li. and thriving
n well ti boys of his ago do. Wo give
nil tho ciedlt of his urnvaiy to Siegel's
Symp. Yours ftiilJituiiy,
Tito TnJor-lBlixiirt Sluuin
Kiivigutiau Co., Lifiiitcil,
Keep cnnst.intly on html for sale
Btcnm Family and Blncktrnitjt 0 oa
nnd a genet al assortment of
415 Bar iron. py
6zrtttti'Sxr KFlCJ V .
iAKfftV""7'' " T"'
LEADS THEM ALLl
Your wives nnd children will rcjolco,
Having found tho Sampler Cigar ycur choice.
ENGELBEECHT, S0IT & CO,
21 First Street. B. F. 80
Mull Lfiiiiiiii Deiot,
Tclciilioiie, auu. I. O. llox -mo.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure and mado by ttinin, in
Kv land's Antl-Atmobpheric Aiparatii9
with ghiH3 iui)ins. All copper elis
persed wilh. Tlio newest pitcnt In
CryHtal Valve BoUlcs
Only in use for Tahiti Lcmonaddc, Gicu.
adino and 1'crfiCtGlngcr Ale, nt "oconts
per dozen, delivcieit to nnv part of the
city. And Oodd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for tho celebrated pi uu dry
H O l A. WA. 'X1 J3 II ,
So hlchly cfllcucious for dyspjpflin, as
supplied to all the principil litntltcsia
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. U. M.'s
vessels ot war.
iMlnml orilci'x iironijitty nttcmlcil to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
Apiil 1,18-7. 1591) ly
0. E, FPiASi'iEft,
Hay, . Cfrain, Etc."
Livermoro Hay . , ,
Whole Barley, " ,v
Oil Cako Heal' -
0at3, Bran. ,, s
Order left at Ofllce, with N. F. Bur
gcts, fc'l King Stiect, will be promptly
attended to. " tiUly
S. M. CARTER,
llns on hnnd for sale, In quantities
Doparturo Bay Coal, Nowcastlo Coal,
Hard ami Soft Wood, Sawed end Split.
Barloy, Corn, i
Orders nre hereby holleltcd nnd will
bodellverednt any locality within tho
city limits. '
No. S5 KT3VO STKEET.
Itotli Telephones, 1X7. 6(
Dn. E. C. WerVo Nnnvc and llnAiN Tni-.w-i:t.NT,
ii K.inrnntoHl oiicllr for lljstoria, DUzt-nra-i.
Convulsion!!, i'lts, x-lorvoua Neuralsi.i,
lloailncho.Kervouul'roet ration, canacd by tliouso
ot iileohol or tobacco, Wnkttuiaoss, Strntal l)o
prexsion, Hof tonlnc oE tho Urain, rosultlns in in
winity unit Jratlinij to misery, docny nuil iloatlit
l'rorantiiro Old Ako, HarrPnnos3, Loo of 1'owoc
In cither b"x, Jnvolii!iUiryljoic mid Hpornintnr
rheen, cnusuu by ovcr-oxortion of tlio brain, self,
ubuso, or ovrr-InuulRCiico. Kach box containa
(mo inonth'H troatmont. fel.OO n box, or six boxcu
for S "i.dO, eont by mull prapalit ou rocoipt of prico.
WD (JUAKASTKU SIX HOXES
To enro nny enso. With each ordor received by us
for six boxes, accompanied with Sj-CO, wo will
Bond tho purchaser oar written Biiarantcu to -refund
tho money i tho trontinaut does not effect
a euro. (1 mrantocti issued only by
iX01.l-.lW5L',a21t cSr CO.
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Itluloe flili, S3 unit, r.r nl. lj nil Cacclm, I;.. ct
rounUrMli cutl lmlUllm. TU .-.Quint u kaufACturaJ eutr Iff
lOUH C. VVCtT tl CO , 151 A j 3 W. ILiitm M , Cbl'ui
rm UU i ctt- m.1 ky mill yr.riU uu r.ln or a a n it iivc
JlolllHtur V: Co.,
Wholesale nnd Retail Agent
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