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8TAPLE A3S'r lTA-NCY GHOCEKnOS,
Fresh Good on Ice by ack arrival of the O. S 3. Co'3 Steamers. Goods dellveieil
to nil parts of Hoik lulu.
Island order Bollolted and packed with care.inul shipped to any part of the Kingdom
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Importer und liculer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, ULASSWAltL, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hairs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, ... Fort Street.
W Storo formerly occupied by S. NO'JT, opposite Sprcckcls i. Coa Rank. -8
JOHN ITT, Ho. 8 Kaalinmanu Street,
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPEE AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Noll.)
New GoodB for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
From the cry lie? makers.
h CUTLERY o
A. Complete Stoelc of Gootlf-s in Every Uiiie.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 3
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
QUEEN STKEET HONOLULU.
Every Description of
Book and General Printing
Executed with neatness ami dispatch.
New Type, Borders,
Of tho Latest Designs.
P. 0. Box 207.
line of -o-
Ornaments, k, k,
Why am I so Misorablo?
So weak and lwguldf Why such
henribnrns and paint In tho stornnch,
such ncirllty, and such an utleuant
taste In the month? Whv :it times such
a gnnwlng appetite, nnd men again suh,
imiunsu mr IIIOH7 wny is i no mum so
fieuuently In liable, desponding, lnolnn.
choly, and dejected? Why Uocs one
often fed under the tj prehension of
some Imaginary dnngc-i , und start at any
unexpected noise, becoming ngltaWd u
though some gnat calamity w as impend
ing? Wbnl H the meaning of thwo
dull, s-lck hcndnclics; tin so violent ))il.
pitntlbns of the heart, Ihh feverish rtst
lessnoss, these nlglit sweat this (lis
turbid and dreamy sleep, flitch brings
no refreshing lest, but only meanings
and mutteilug", and the horrors of the
The answer is: These nrc the symp
toms ot Indigestion or Dyspepsia the
beginning and the forerunner of almost
c cry other human disease. Indigestion
Is a weakness or want of power "of the
digcstUo fluids of tho stomach to con
vert the food Into healthy matter for tho
proper nourishment of the body. It Is
caused most frequently by the Irrcgu.
1-irlly of diet, or Improper tood, want of
healthy cxeiclso ami pure outdoor nlr.
It may bo induced by mental dlsttcs
t lis ihock of some ureal calamity. It
may be, and often is, aggravated and In
tensified, If not originally brought on,
by cvlinii'llon fiom Intense mental ap
plication, of physical overwork, domes
tic troubles, anxiety in bulnes, or Ilium.
clul embarrassments, If tho stomach
could always 1c kept in eider, death
would no longer be a subject of fcirful
nnxiely to the young nnil mlddie-aged.
but what would bo contomplatcd by all
as a visit of an expected fiicnd nt the
close of a peaceful and hippy old age.
Howccr, the lint hostile Invader upon
tho domain of health and hnppincs ij
Is there any lelitf, nny lcnicdy, any
cine? That Is the question of thu but"
fcrlng and unhappy dyspeptic. What is
wanted hn medicine that will tlioiough.
ly renovate the etomaeli, lowcl', llxcr,
and kidneys, nnd nlibid speedy and ef
fectual nssMnnce to the digestive oig.ins,
and icsturc to the ncnotw und muscular
sj stems their otlglual energy.
Such a medicine is happily at hand.
Never in the history of mediral dl-cov.
cries, evidence 1 by n dozen j ears' thor
ough t( st, has there hern found a remedy
for Imligcfllou so speedy, so s'irc, and
'o surprising in its i (-suits as SiogoPs
Curat h e Syi up, but to day it is a standard
ronudy foi that almost unhcrsal alllic
tlon Intvury clvllicil countiy in Europe,
Asia, Aliiei and America. Public ic.
tlmoni ih and filvate lotteis from mill,
taiy olllcers, bnukiis, merchants, ship
captains, mechanic, fmneis, and their
wins and daughters, allko coullrm its
Nearly Raised hini from the
Swiss Collage, AVnlton.on.thc.Nnc,
August 27th, IbSC.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sirs: It a testimonial is of nny
use to y jii le-pccting tho lcmaikiblc
euro I h.ivo diilvcil by taking your
"Slegel's Syrup," jou tire nt liberty to
in ko any tisu of tills you may deem
Lc3t. For upwaids of twcho yean I
avosullered from extreme Nemius Ue
Ijllity and UnMrlc Uilauh which re.
diicedjmo so that I was totally unable to
do nnyjbusiiiess, and earned gicat pros
trntlofi and weakness. About three
years ago I had llic advice of scvenil
menibeis of llio medical faculty, and
under their treatment derived little or
no good, ltelng in town sonic ten
months ago, I was advised to try your
dilative byrup, and purchased a liottle.
I had not taken miny doses bcfoic I be
g.m to feci u fresh man. I could walk'
with ease, while before I had hard work
to cany one leg before tho oilier. My
strength gradually Increased and my
ovesight got better, which before I fro.
fluently lost, owing to the mnlady aris-
ing irom a suiggim uer, oncn in lieu
f(r sovcral dujs with piles, and could
baldly moe. lam thankful to you and
to Qod for nearly raising mo from the
grave, for It was nothing but your Sd.
gel's Syrup that has restored inc to io
bust health. Yours faithfully.
llevesby, near Boston,
December Ulst, 18S0.
A. J. While, Limited.
Dear Sir: -Your Slegel's Syiup I find
has an incieising sale in this neighbor,
hood, mid shall always do my lost to
further tho sale of an arliclo that every
one that purchases speaks highly in lis
favor. I also have gicat satisfaction in
Haying that I qullc believe my wife was
permanently c-llicd of Indigestion and
Wind on the Stomach, from which she
had iuficrcdsulcnscly sometime prcviou
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December 24lb, 1880.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: I hope that your Slegel's
Syrup nnd Tills may get the sale they so
well deserve. I had a very delicate
child, a hoy now over nine years, but
being in ciso to eating any kind of u-g.
olablo or fond from his birth, I began
giving him .Mother Slegel's Curative
Syi up, nnd after a few weeks ho recov
ered so us to lie able to consume as much
food ns other bos of his age, and lo the
grc it astonishment of his neighbours, lie
is lively, gelling into ilesh. nnd thriving
as well us boys of his age do. Wo gho
nil tho cicdlt of his rrcovciy to Slegel's
Syrup. Yours faithfully,
1007 S. Maxwkm..
Tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blackimith Coa
and a general assortment of
45ij Bar Iron.
TT-?'6?11 JilaS TaT Ttf.4i.ttMriTKftiiftfci ilimiPWi. td
MONDAY. MAY 2. 1887.
THE BRITISH ARMY ESTIMATES.
Tho Anny I'stiniutcs siiliniitted lo
rnrliainent for the onr 1887-8 Avore
issued on tho Ot li lust, together with
a Parliamentary paper showing the
variation of the numbers of Her Ma
jesty's Biitish foices, und explaining
tho (lill'cicnccs between tho uniouiils
pioposed in the Anny Estimates for
1887-8 nnd llio nniouiits otcd for
Tlio total nuinber of iiiun on the
Anny, oxclusivo of thoso scning in
India, is 1-19,:J1, a decieaso of 2,170.
Tlicao VJstiinalcs show ancxpcndituio
of 18,393,900, of which 15,305,700
is for cflcctivc und 3,088,200 for
non-cd'ectivo sei vices. As coinpaiod
with last yeat's oiiginnl Estiinntes
thu amount now lcquiird shows nn
incteaso of 100,700. This increase
is irrespectixe" of u supplcincntuiy
csUiniitu for 159,000 for thu year
18S0-7, which converts tho apparent
incicasu into n decieaso of 298,300.
The sum of C 1,522,000 for the pay of
tho gcneial stud', logiinentnl pay, nnd
nllowanccs und'otlicr chaiges is nn
incioaso ocr tho Estimates of 1880-7
of 01,700. Under this head Iheic is
u decieaso of 15,059 in tho pay, Ac,
of tho general stall", nnd tlio item for
maintenance! of the naliu force at
Suakini, which in last year's Esti
mates wa 58,000, now disappears.
Tho increase in the volo mainly oc
uuis under the head of regimental
pay, which is 30,700 inoie. Tlio
other largo items of increase arc
3,300 for pay, &c, of Ainiyuccount
ants and suhoidiuates, 1,222 fur thu
otoiinaiy dep.utnient, 3,000 for
engineer jwy to non-coniniissioncd
olliccis and inon of tlio Itoynl Engi
nceis, and 2,000 for wotking pay of
men employed upon miscellaneous
duties. Tho stun for tho pinchusu of
horses 80,500 l cumins the same.
Thu vote for medical establishments
and sen vices, 321,000, shows a de-t-ieasi'
of 9,000. Militia jmv and
nllowanccs aic ostiinatcd'nt 571,500,
nn iiicic.iso of 10,500; and thuio is
an incicao of 30,500 for Volunteer
Coijis pay and allowances, the
amount in tho picscnt Estimates being
055,000. Tho Ycoinaniy volo ic
liuiins stalionaiy at 70,900. Under
the licail of pioiions, foingc, fuel,
tr.inspoit, and other sen ices thu
estimated expundiluie is 2,998,000,
being n decieaso of 281,000. Tlieio
is n (lccic.iso of 30,500 in the volo
for clothing cslalilishnicnts. Tho
estimate foi tho supply, manufacture,
and lcp.tir of wailiko and other
stoics is 2,913,500, tin incioaso of
37-1,500. This olo is divided thus:
For Anny seivico, 1,235,939; for
Navy sei vice, 1,707,501. Tho piinci
p.il incie.tso litis taken place under
thu head of cnrtiidgcs und fues,
which is 883,000 more, the ninount
to bo voted being 125,000. This
item includes expenditure for (iiiick
fiiing ammunition, und is piiuci
pally for naval leiiiiiicinents. Small
ni ins show an expenditure of 100,
000, an increase of 35,000; piojec
tiles an expcnditiuo of 103,000, an
inci ease of 75,000, and miscellane
ous sloies, 509,8511., an incioaso of
50,7031. The item of gun stocks has
dccic.ibed 15,0001; steel oidiiauce,
.IH.tHJUl; gunpowder and gun-cotton,
30,0001; submaiino mining sloies,
11,2501; gun carnages, 18,0001; ami
Vnr Dcp.utment vessels, 5,0001.
There is an estimated iucicased e.x
pendituto of 25,0001 for Anny lle
seivoand 22,5001 for Comniissaiiat,
Transpoit, and Oidnnnce Store es
tablishments. Under the head of
Mipeiintending establishments of,
and expenditure for, woiks and
buildings und lopaiis nt homo nnd
nbioad, thcio is a decieaso of 03,5001,
tho ninount being 802,300. Eveiy
item non-efVcctivo serices showd a
decK-ase, with the exception of ic
tiicd ay, &c, which has increased
15,1001, tho total estimated expendi
ture on tlio vote being 1,232,5001.
Thcio is uu incieaso of 100,0001 un
doi the head of "i educed Indian con
tribution for e(Toctio senices;" the
additional day in leap year causes an
incieaso af 30,0001 over all tho votes;
nnd defencd pay has increased by
20,0001. "llcduced expcnditiuo in
Egypt" shows a decieaso of 239,000;
supplies, fall in prices, and reduction
of men, a decreaso of 90,0001; works,
leduced expenditure, and incieased
appiopriations in aid (salo of lands,
&o.), a decieaso of 03,5001; "increased
piopoition of Egyptian conliibution
appiojniatcd in aid of Army Esti
mates," a decieaso of 15,000; and
"incieabt-d Indian payment for non
ollectivo sei vices" a decieaso of 3J,
1001. Homo News.
During- a iliscusslon in the Koynl
Tliatnes Club, Colt, owner of the
Dauntless, was asked why lie did
not enter for the Jubilee race. He
sulci ho didn't think it was affair
course. A pioinincut club member
nnil an admirer of tlio Dauntless
said, quietly, "I have 1,000 to lay
that the Dauntless can beat the
winner of the Jubilpc in a race
around tho Azores." Colt replied,
"I mailo tho same offer in the New
York Yacht Club heforo leaving,
and am willing to lay the amount
now." Tho result is that Colt anil
his Hoyal Tliatnes admirer will put
810,000 together, and Just bnfoio
the Jubilee raco is sailed the Daunt
less will issue a challenge to the
winner for a race mound tho Azoies
for 820,000 sweepstakes, with per
mission to othcis to come in at
Tlio J'Jvcnini Globe says: Tho
lecent defeats of English yachts in
Aiiieilcau waters nnil the raco be
tween the Coronet anil Dauiitle&s
over tlio Atlantio lmvo stirred the
hearts of Uritislt yachtsmen, ami it
nn iitrn ,r n.i
is not unlikely that wo may boo in
the course of the year grand efforts
to recover our lost laurels. It Is
confessed that tlio Yankees have
fairly beaten us, though they Iiavo
done so by copying nnd improving
upon tho lines which were 6bown
them so long ago ns 1818, when Mr.
Moore built tho famotis Moquito on
the Thames anil experienced tho
usunl fnte of innovators. It is only
in a new country, apparently, that
new ideas have a chance of fair
til.it, and as a rule the new country
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu (rom Sarj Francisco.
Australia May 3
Mariposa May 13
Australia May 31
Zcalnndla June 10
Australia June 28
Alameda July 8
Australia July 2C
Mariposa August 5
Australia August 23
Zealandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 80
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 15
Zealandia November 25
Australia December 13
Alameda December 23
Leave Honolulu (or San Francisco.
Zealandia May G
Australia May 10
Alameda June 3
Australia June 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 5
Zealandia July 29
Australia August 2
Alameda .' August 2G
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zealandia October 21
Australia October 25
Alameda November 18
Australia November 22
Mariposa December 10
Australia December 20
Zealandia (1888) January 13
'(-urod hr tlin CfelobrntM
Dll. 1-lKltC'E-H I'Al LNT
R-MACNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS
Orlclnnl nnd ONLY GENUINE
Kieciria I TUSH, j-onecwieiniuer
so. Ur.flcurori thou. amis. 1 .tnb 1870.
ienu nrfrGujiiu.tr a l-nrnpniet isoi.
nujviii Bij&Tii ni'AKKi, ar. mum, zau.
HAC-MKNTO BT HAN FR ANC1BCO, OAIi
Feb. SS, 'S7.
nno TflK CHEDITOltS OF THE
X. Estate of LEU WING KEE, all is
Mokeau, a bankrupt, of Knu, Hawaii,
That the undersigned assignee of tho
Citato of Leo AVing Kee, alias Mokcnu,
a bankiupt, have preparatory to his llnal
account and dividend, submitted his ac
counts as such assignee nnd hied the
sanio beforo lion. A. F. Judd, Chief
Justlcu of llio Supreme Court, nt his
Chambers, to whom ho will apply nt 10
o'clock a. m, on TUESDAY, tlio 3rd
day of May next, for a settlement of
said accounts and for a discharge from
all liabilities as buch nssigncc, and for
an order to make a final dividend.
And that any person Interested may
then and there appear mil contest tho
same. W. O. l'AHKE,
Assignee Estate of Leo Wing ICcc,
Honolulu, April 20, 1897. 20 cod 4t
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure and Sale.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A POWER
of sale contain-d in a certniu mort
gage made by Alo to Shnr York, dated
March 8th, 18sfl, and lecoided in Liber
1C0 on page 137. Notice is heioby given
that tlio said mortsrairco Intends to fore.
elo-e said mortgage for condition broken
to wit: the nonpayment thereof, and
upon said foreclosure will sell at public
auction nt tho salesroom of E. V. Adams
A; Co., auctionccis, on Queen street, in
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY", tho 18th
ihy of Mny, 1837, at 13 in., all of tho
right, title and interest of tho said Alo
in and to tho picmises dcsciibed in said
Fuillirrpirtleulnrs can bo had 'of J.
Austin, 1-., Knahumanu street.
Tho projoity lo bo sold is a certain
lease of land situated at Kaulu,Nuuanu,
Honolulu, made by J. IC. Kaunamnno to
to said Alo and rccouled hi Liber 03 on
Deeds at tho expense of purchaser.
SIIAJt VOHK, Mortagec.
hy .1. Austin, his attorney.
Honolulu, Apiil 0, 1887. 18 lit
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Eutnifchcd, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice,
Collodion Agoncy,-Mn. JOHK GOOD,
Jn, Authorized Collector.
Employmont Agoncy. Jlu. F. MARCOS,
General Business Agency. No. 33 Mer
Hull Teleiihouo :tlN. lo. 110X415.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
Ila.ing teemed thu Scrvho of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we aic piopared to execute nil
House or Si'11
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT',
X ndrcitUo in the Daily Huui.xin,
-.v t. iwtrmMUHMjm
,Tmmiy - m.ni)nmiiir -i-vm-i-,wjU)irTjryi ymmnmM4mVBxCiXnmf)vtiisiritnKrrm nasa
New Goods !
Now Fashions !
Mr. L. B. KERR
Has rcueUed and opened up his New
CLOTH GOODS I
Comptlslug a large nnd well selected
Suitable for tho Season.
Tlicso goods were iclectcd m Englnnd
by Mr. Kerr personally, and nrc gunran.
teed to bo of tho finest qunllty.
Mr. Kerr, having seemed tho services
of a KMW CUTTKIl, ho Is pro.
pnrod lo fulfil orders with the utmost
23 Merchant Street.
Open every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS 1T3. AVA.HX,,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
Just Received !
by Dirk ' Sarauac,"
In Ilnrrclx ami Ilnlf Ilai-rclN.
For Sale by
o:i 3w CASTliE & COOKE.
J. HOPP & CO.
71 Kinp; Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
TINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bal's or Patties in small or large
801 quantities. ly.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X ndvcrllso it in the Daily IIui.lbtin
Hustace& Robertson ,
LL orders for Cartnge promptly at
Ix. tended to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in cpiautltles to suit at lowest prices.
Olllce, aeljolniug E. P. Adams & Co.'s
932 ly Mutual Telephono No. 19.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alakea Street.
Open every Day and Evening;.
The Library consists at tho piesont
tlinn of over Five Thousand Volumes,
Tho Rending Room Is supplied with
nbout fifty of the leading newspapers
A I'm lor is pi olded for conversation
Tonus of membership, llfty cents a
.liouth, payable quaiteily hi advance.
No fonnalliy icipilied In joining except
signing Die loll.
Strangeih fiom foielgu countries and
visitors f i om tho oilier Islands aio wel
come to tho looms nt nil times as guests.
This Association having no legular
means of simpoit except tho dues of
nicnibcre, It Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who deslio to avail them
selves of Its pilvlk-gcs, nnd all who feel
an Intel est lu maintaining an institution
of this Mud, will put down their names
and becomu legular eontilbutors.
A. J. OARTWRIOIIT, Pics.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vlco-1'icsldent,
II. A. PAUMELEE, Sccietaiy,
A. L. SMITH, Tieasuicr,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee
JOB PRINTING ol all kinds oxo
cuted at tho Daily Suu.ei.in Oflleo
Let mo have a mild
c i c A RF
THE AHOVE REQUEST IS HEARD
dally In cigar st ires, saloons and
o lur places where cigars are told, for
It U nn undisputed fncttlint mosUmoia-rs
prefer n mild clgir and that thoto who
have for a long timo smoked strong
cigars, principally Imported Mnnllns,
will, after having thoroughly Injured
the slnmnch and Impaired tho nirvous
fys'im suicly wnnt u wild cigar, If they
could find the ri l1i t kind.
How inuny thousoti Is f f smokers who
sufTci- from hits of nppellle, heailnchi',
nero s irrllnbillly, nsthina, etc., and
who hare tried nil possible remedies
without success mic.ht ho cured If they
Know Hint incir suucrings wcro cnuseu
by tho intemperate use of sttoug cigars,
and lint they should only smoke mild
and propcrlv prepared ones.
It is a fact that all mild clgnts agree
well with smokers, for In most cases
there Is a lack of caro in tho iclccllon of
tho tobacco, and often the necessary ix.
pcrlcnco for it Is wanting, jet Hiiro is
ono brand which suits the most fastidious
smoker, and that is
Sanger" HI Liar
Which Is mndo from mild, aromatic and
particularly tolected nnd prepared to
bacco, and combines nil tlio qualities
which may bo expectid from a health
cigar. It causes no bnd cfTcct of any
kind. Is ngrecnhlo to tho taste, burn's
evenly to ilic cml and possesses a fine
aroma. No smoker should fall togle
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit himself at the
ENGELBRECHT, SOX & GO.
21 First Street, 8. F, 80
For sale Everywhere.
Tclviilioni, :i0. . U. liox 100.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure and made by stiam, in
Rvland's Anti.Atniobpheilc Apparatus
Willi glass pumps. All copper dls
ncrsed with. The newest putent in
CryntiU Vnlvc XSottlcn
Only In uo for Tahiti Lcmouadde, Qrcn
adluo and Peifect Ginger Ale, til 7occnt9
pertlocu, delivered to anv part of the
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for the celebrated plain thy
So highly ellleaclous for dspepsln, ns
supplied to all tho principal lumllics in
Honolulu, nnd exclusively to II. 15. M.'s
vessels ol war.
iMlnuil orilcrH iii-oiiiiitl," attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1, 18t7. 1590 ly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Whole Barley, .
Oil Cake Meal
Order loft at Olllce, with N. F. Bur
gess, 84 King Sticct,will be promptly
attended to. GOly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newoastlo Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders nrc hereby solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within tho
No. 8 KINO STREET.
Both Tele-iiIioncM, 1N7. M .1
Health is Wealth !
Dn. E. O. West's NEnvs and UnAiN TnEAT-
w.vt n i-iinrnntAAtfl fmnntHt? for Ilvntnrln. tilvvl.
noss. (onvulslons. tits, Vlorvoua Neunilgiii,
lloaaacliu.KorruuaFroatrnttoii.raused by tlionsa
ot nlcoliol or tobacco, Wultefumtisi, JU-ntnl )o-prcn-tlon,
Hottonlns of tlio Drain, rosultlut; in in.
Biniity and loading to misery, decay and ileal In
l'rcinatnro Old Aro, Itnrronncas, Loss ot Power
in ttitlior box. 1 n voluntary Lostes and Hpurmator.
rlicca, couued by ovor-oxortlon of tho brain, self,
nbuso, or over-lnilulp;euco. Lacli box contaiim
nno month's treatment. St.00 a box, or six boxes
tor $3.00, eont by mall proiaid on rocoint ot prico.
tVK UARAXTKK HIX BOXES
To euro any caso. With each ordor received by us
tor six boxes, accompanied with $3.00, wo will
ootid llio purchooor our written nuarontcoto re
fund tho money it tho trontmont docs nut cIToct
aiuro. (iuuruntoes issued only by
llOJ-iXdHTJail M: CO.
VTEwlllrif th. kImt. r.wir fortoV c.tf LIt.t Compltlat'
tljirrtU, Sick lIrdMh.,lodlcitloaf Conillptllon or Co.tir.o.u.
.v.nnolcorwllhW.il'.rtUbl.IjT.rlllli,ho tL. dlxr.
Honor, itrklly complltil llb. Tli.y ti furtly ..ltl.,ts4
p.Tir&U IorIt uUifullon, Sugar Coftll, Urg Iws.i.con.
UIlIdj SO fill., S5c.nl,, F.r 111. y .11 drotlUli, 11....I. of
loiiDlrrUt toil ImluUool. TLl fcoulnt tuuiulMlur.! oalr bff
JOHN O. WtbT 4 CO, 131 Ul W. Uxlltoa St, Cbk.fi
lid Mil ctii it tjr Bull rc aU mi r.ctl) cf J cut iltspt
JJolllMtcr & Co.,
80 Om Wholesale and Retail Agent