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THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, WM
LOCAL A1TD BEKIMAIj WKWB CIXJEEN'O HOSl'ITAIi TRUSXHUa.
Original matter will bo found on
all four pages of tlii issue.
An Invalid blurjacket was loft bo
bind bv tho Charleston, to return
Do Much Important Business
in Quarterly fesaion.
Tnumtur, Rcjt. 13
U S S Charleston. Collin, for Curt a
Htmr 1'elo for Mnknwuli
8 tin r KnnlB for Waianac, Wulalua and
Mulialeia at 0 a m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Klnan for Maul and Hawaii at '2 m
There trero no arrivals of either Itlntv! or
foreign btcaincrs or vessels touny.
The tenirr 1'elo took 20) tuna of co.il
for the Makswell plinatliu tonliy.
Tho steamer Kluau will tf-avo for her
ntuil ports on Maul anil Hawaii to-uiurrow
The tUanicr Walalealn will bo inspirit
dldttlm when she Is ready for sua nyaln.
Hhc Is being overhauled at Borcnsoii'a
The sallorx on the hark een'a were en
Ka, ed hendliit; stilt to-dny. The Scitt will
leave shortly fur Vuiu-ouvcr lu ballasl.
The baik Ccy'ou fiiitsluMl dlieliiri'lnp
iMs afternotili, runil hullii; the lait to b i
taken out. Uwluc to the scare! y of tug r
L-arKucs C.ilit.iln Calhoun lias decided to go
to t'oiuoi In lialbist fur n load ol coal.
Tho quarterly mooting of tho trim-
tees of tho (Jureii's Hospital wai
hold in tho Chamber of Commorco '
at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. At
tho conclusion of roulino business
tho executive committee was author-
izedto spond an amount not ex
ceeding $2000 to pay for digging tho
srln.tHh null .. 41... lw.0L..t I
nimninu tir-ji uu iliu IJIJI'U ill
grounds. Tho repairing and ro-1
homo by tho Australia.
A houso formerly tho rosidenco of
the Into Jonathan Austin at Ililo
was burned hit Saturday.
Captain ltosohill is the happy
ownor of a goat. It arrived from
I Waianao yestoiday ou tho Kaala.
Deputy Marshal Brown has not pa"i'"K i .Wnoou brnmahaii cost
received any further particulars of ' S10", and this was authorized paid,
tho reported murder iu Knua.Ua-, Alterations wore mado to tho by.
wtit laws aud a free bed was established,
. ". ,- " .7 "n i S0000 being appropriated therefor.
Tho bark Velocity will leave for Ty8 8 illcrt.aso of 51000 to tho
Hongkong on Saturday. She will orjgiual fund of $5000 donated by
take over ouo hundred Chinese pas- j jjr8 T r, poslor ju ,,u.mory of her
sengers. . . I late husband. A committee cousist-
Viug Fat & Co. havo given up ' ing of S. Parkor and C. M. Cooko
their branch store iu Nuuanu street. . was appointed torovi-o tho charter
but continuo busiuesa at thoir old in nceordauco with tho change in
stand ou King street.
There was one deserter, J. E. San
ton, from tho U. S. S. Charleston.
Ho was not caught up to tho lime
of tho cruiser's departure.
V E. Nichols has petitioned for
administration of tho estate of tho
late Sarah Ann Nichols, who loft
personal property valued at So 10. (
.Win Ktnmitliith. V. N. Armstrong '
and Geo. Cav.inagh havo nccoptcd To thr TnulccioJ the Qucm' llotpitol.
plaoo on tho Labor Commission. J. 1 Gustlkmen: We havo tho honor
13. Athcrton declined, leaving two to submit tho following report for
more to bo appointed. tho quitter ending August ill, 18111:
.i r. 1 .1 7" In 1 11 ii- Tno number of patients at prcsuul
1 ho Salvation Army will hold Is ,u t,(0 Hoiipfcl UM v!z.: a0 ,Iawal.
first meeting on Palace Square at j ,nUH (JW mn, ,0 fou,al.t.8), 1 Chinose,
o'clock this evening. After a short ., i,..,.,,,,.,, anii ir. of ol.or national
setvico tho army will adjourn 10 1 ., 1U ..:
tho form of government of thocouu
Dr. Cooper was granted six weeks'
leave of nbseuco. The report of tho
visiting committee V. G. Irwin, J.
A. Cummins and H. W. Schmidt -was
read, and after tho reading of
tho physicians' report, which ap-p-
ars below, tho meeting adjourned.
Honolulu, Aug. 01. 1891.
AVTKR MANY YEABS.
jPlatani Bouillon of Father and Sou
Chas. Williams of Hnmakua ro
colved a plutmut surprbo ou arriv
ing iu town by tho Kluau. Rufus
Lyman of tho same district, au old
kamaaiua, informed him that his
father, Henry Williams, was in Ho
nolulu, having arrived by tho S. S. '
Australia on Saturday. Mr. Wil
liams returns hero after an absence
of 35 years, iu which ho fought in
tho civil war. Ho wears a G. A. It.
button. Mr. Williams followed tho
trade of a carpenter here in old
times, and he of course finds the
city greatly chauuod. Charles his
Hon was also considerably chauged, 1 Ids mouth, 1100 and ears with watnr.
be naviug been loll when a cniiu in No fatal results.
obargoof tho lato William Guliok, , , ,- , - , , , .
father of neighbor C. T. Gulick. 1 Tho American League will hold a
Mr. Lymau had to iutroduco father rousing nice ing ou Mouday next.
nud sou, and tho joy of both nt tho V" uHf?"ul.,wlr reJ",rtof tt"ftl?V'n'
mooting may bo imagined. Tho son I Hon w Uh tho fechuelzon Club has
has proved a credit to his father, created a good deal of excitement
having filled important public posi- i" tho leaguo camp.
tionsin ibu country. Mr. Williams T t- to lm battalion drill ou
tuo outer tins niiornoou visueu uis , ,u nr ,ilU ..fntnif. Tin.
uvv diiiiii7 'n' "
their hall over John Nott's store.
No author is so poor that ho can
not bo of somo servico, if only as a
witness of his time and to bring
homo 17 bars of soap for $1 25, and
to drink Morning and Evening Star.
The cabin boy of tho bark Covlou
was nearly urowneti yesiertiay. cap
tain Calhoun jokiu
pitcher of water oror t
0 boy, filling
six grandchildren in St. Andrew's l
l'riory. Ho was married iu this
Salvation Army contingent will
muko Us first rally thereat 7 o'clock,
I Ill UI...I.. I... ...... I.. 11 linll
Mr. Williams is uf.. ""x " '" Z '"...L V
a ploasant-looking geiitlemau of bS nrrJvo on th(, Kr0ml,
tviiiot iiununcu iu iliu ndiuu uim
country to a native
mother of Charles.
sion of tho Union army as Dr. N. 11.
Emerson, surgeon of Geo. W. do
Long Post, G. A. It., of Honolulu.
Morning and Evoulnc Star.
Another excellent number of the
I'arndisoof tho l'auitic is out. It
has several Hnwaiiau pictures. E.
D. Baldwin, John Emmeluth and
Josenh Marsdeu contribute articles.
Men, women and children will en-! "" twi iwo on coueo niK
joy the Morning nud Evening titer ' ,nl ou "mmi '"K '"
itles: 18 tiavintr.
Tho number of admissions during
tho quarter was 143, viz.: 71 Hawai
iaus (:i males, 18 females), 0 Chinose,
0 Japaueso aud 47 of other nation
alities. Discharged l.'iii, viz.: 07 Hawaiians
(15 males, 22 females), 0 Chinese, 12
Japanese aud 50 of other national
ities. Doaths 20, viz.: 7 Hawaiians (0
males, 1 female), 2 Chinese, 1 Japau-
cmi and 7 01 other nationalities.
Tho catii-os of death were as fol
lows: Cystitis 1, debility 1, epitheli
oma 1, gastritis 1, hydro pneumo
thorax 1, inanition 1, opium narcosis
1, paresis I, phthisis 7, pneumonia 2,
syphilis 1, typhoid fever 2.
The highest number of indoor pa
tient was 75, lowest 58, dally aver
age 08. Number of prescriptions,
Thcro havo been Jl major aud 17
minor operations and 3 post mortem
The total number of patient I rent
ed iu tho Hospital was .'(H, vi..:
June 1 Hi, July 121, August His.
C. U. Wood,
Ciias. B. Cooi'Fii,
Hood's is Good
Makes Pure Blood
Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated.
"C. I. Hood ti Co., Lowell, M.iM.t
"It li wllti pleasure that I Kit 0 you the detail!
of our Utile May's stckncM mitt tier return to
health by tho wo of flood's Bamriarllta. She
w as taken (Inn n with
Fovcr and a Bad Cough.
FotlowltiK U1I1 a oro camo oa her right side be
tween the tnolcmcr ribs. In a short time an
other broke on tho left side. 8I10 would tako
siielli of sore rnnutli mid when vie had succeed
ed in oernmilii'4 tliU she nixild uller villi at
ttrks of high ti'er and cxiyl Idrnxly looking
rnrnijillnti. HrrlieadnasalTreted nud matter
oiled from her cars. After e.icli attack she be-
came worto and nil treatmrnt failed to plre her
n lief until wn bpjsili to e HimkI's hars.iurlll.i.
A (ler ilu- had tnki'ii tiue-liaU hollle n n rould see
tlat sho wns helli-r. We rniitlnurd until she
bid taken turee biitltes. Now she looks like
Tho Dtoom of Hoalth
n'ld li fat us n 1'ls. We feel crntcfiil.and rannut
tooliiucli In laMir id llimd'i. KarsitparllU."
V.li. A. M. AUAMS, tntnan, Telincsiev.
Hood's Pills i"t ailly. jet trtnitljr and
emcictitly, ou the lluratid bowel. KSc.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
80I0 Agents for tin Itcpublln of Hnwall.
, B S,
re t C
Grin and Bear It!
I jiii liat everv lady mint do who lias bought a Corset that iloes not
fit her. or( ti lioiilit of us lit, berau.se wo only carry the popular
makes, that have been tried and found tbo correct style. .,..,.
The Genuine P, D. Corsets.
We have In all styles and all sizes.
The R, & G. Corsets,
Extra long waltd, perfect lit In all -.lies.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect fit for all ORf". best tor health, conifntt, near and finish.
The R, & G. Summer and Nursing Corsets.
We have In all sties. The Bniiimcr Corset Is lust the thing for hot
Trj our 60 Cent Corset, it is a Stunner,
j A. full tine of sizes of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 Cei.lt.
TurnditiJ, Sift. 11, ISO I
We lrogiti tbirt week with
New (JooiIh, New Dinbs
(ruoils of every description,
j Lawns, MurflhiH, etc., etc.
There new goods ivo trade
. winneia us yon will agree
' when you examine them.
Some of the hc-t hargaiiirt of
the sear-on are in thene new
1ST. S. SACHS,
620 Fort Stroet, : : Honolulu.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock i
eoi.m oak iiKintooM h:tb,
BOKAS, MlUNUKS, U'AltDltOItKH.
MlltllOUS MOUMMNOS, F.W., BTC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'er Itotl of IU Ytrds. i:'.(0.
ilrinke. For tlioir pk'iiiottit lluvor ami
noothing clKct guiiomlly, llio Imlio,
wliunu tlulicute Fynii'iua miuiro it
bovoniKu thai will act onlly ami lt
entirely rufo tuiilcr all couihtloiiH, arc
ciitliiikiitntio In their jiruiru of Morn
ing ami Kvuning Star, ami llio men
jirofer them to all oilier drinks be
caiino they aro inorehenellei.il in their
uireut. Tliey tlo not inteiferu with
InulnubH or plenmiro uml are entiiely
freo from nil injurious or (lUagreeuble
Hiihaluneei'. lieu the blood is iiu
pure or the Htonueli weak, tlie Kven
ii)K '"r cum Im drank to advantage,
and luvnlidri will Hud relief from it.
In the production u( tlieeu driuka the
Hawaiian IhIuikIh liavo been enrleheil
with llio only pei feet gentle bovomget.
known. The juiee per dozou la TiUc,
delivered to all purls of the city free.
Mut. Tel. .111. Bethel utrcet.
NO UNION IN SIGHT.
A nlrkDl-iii-tlie-Mot uincliino in I
tlio Moroliaut'd Kxclmnuo ntlruetift
it i . I
goodly numuoroi wouiti-uo-eapitui-tats."
If tlio niekel falU in oilliur
ono of throo roei'Svoru nil tho inoiioy
iu tun cavity comes out. Otlior
wio you Ioo your nicliol. Ouo
uinn lost $8 tho other day trying to
gut on to tho trick.
L.one,uo and Olub Only Agroo to
In connection witlhtho roeont ro
tiorla that tho American Loiil'uo nml
ScliuetzHii Club woroto ntualgatnuto
Georgo Cavana'h, socrotnry of tho !
latter club, was souii today. Ho I
hinted that thoro was no truth iu tho
T I Vllltn...a !!, ...r.fnrrnli pi)rt. It lirOSO OUt of tllO appoint-
J. J. ,imaiu took a hotogr a h f coulinhtl0 of lw aoh
of tho Coutral L I on ehurcl it iIh , , t miH,lillK- ,ll(ld latolv. These
aftoruoon fro. .ash. nB on 1 hco. , commltt,t)S W(ro n,,pOiIltu,ftoconf0r
Somo of tho Queoi a i'ji U obje -, . , tho uo.niuatitiKor a
od o her Krunt ub ho u o o hor mxkMXo from ewU orBafiu0i,
restdonco for Prw ; fnrovory Govornment position that
Krouud that, thoio for whom ho I ... h as Porl Sur.
lavor was n-iueu woro nor unoimoa. , ' ,, ,lf ,,, iM111.
AhvIuiu, Captain of 1'olieo, or any
olllco under tho Government. Tho
FOR SAN HIANCISCO.
niK Al BTKAMHIilH
And a Fino Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell t79. TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
Do ihi-y not Riijfrtt
A New DivhsV
WILL. 1.KAVK HONOI.lU.ll
fOi TIIK AHOVK I'ORT OK
Saturday, Sept. 15th,
nndernluncil lira now prrtmrcd to
Ibsuo Through Ticket from llili City to nil
loliiU In the Unltetl titatc.
Shu tlimluinetl to heed tho objections
remarking that sho folt heraelt
abovo such Htnall recent incuts.
A. M. Ilalloy, a well known citizou
of EuguDO, Oregon, says his wife has
for years boou troubled with chro
nic diarrhcoa atul used many reme
dies with littlo relief until she tried
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera aud
Diarrhoea Iletuedy, which has cured
bor sound and well. Givo it a trial
aud you will bo surprised at tho
prompt relief it affords. 25 aud HO
cont Dottles for sale by all dealers,
liousou, Smith & Co., Ageuts for tho
A Strong Horse
u Tin: nusrivr or csino
A FRESU SUri'LV
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "8. (J. Wilder."
CALL AND SKK US.
leaders of tho two organizations had
i - k it ti .-... ...ill
I I. t 1.1.1 f ...wll.... I JUII111I ttUl Lllflb IIIU lUltlllf vt'lill'UWii
varia'E In , "aoj, u 'K U work rf.rid.nefd
aPn,dn,iKfi.,:,Ur,!, tH! & i!i,LOlf,arC-0caud'!da;A,o,;riL;h
?.".. !S31. !"if ..VJ J'Ml, . S I voSu am. rsiftoLu'cinb
I III 1 lllllll lllllllla kll'll'llll ui nuio t.fia r
HELD A PHIBONER.
CALIFORNIA FEE!) CO.
lk)riiurO,UHn it Niiubiiii HU.
Both Tklki'Honk.s 121.
Ring Up Botb Telephones 122
Huml t HolllMKHr'HhNiiiHi.iit',
lji)n .(i "I Mi'' Kit'!,
Dlnlien nt OhukWN'tt Wnntfdl
t'litcka, Wniehui mid Jewelry Wiiil
Old OoUl mid bllver Will W.I I
T WkMt Prtom Paid I Jt
114 KIuk Btroot, Ooruor of AJakoa.
Mate Murphy Taya Ills Fino
Not Bis Lawyer's Fees
J. Murphy, Urst mato on tho bark
Voloeity, was ro-arrestud yesterday
oveniuj,'. Murphy was arrested last
week and fiued f."00 on two criminal
charges, viz., haviiiR opium iu pos
session nud 8Uiu(,'(l"K tho same
article Ho employed V. V. Ashford
as counsel aud Mr. Ashford filed a
bond' and had him released. Tho
fino has beeu paid, Murphy having
pleaded guilty, and Mr. Asuforu
wauts 100 as his feo. Murphy ten
dircd S25, but this was not accepted.
Murphy eousidors $100 ns too steep.
Cautain Mnrliu furnished bail yes
terday oveuinK. but withdrew it this
murium.', and Murnliv is still in jail.
Tho case came up in tho District
Court thiH afternoon. Tho Velocity
will sail for HoiikIioiir ' .Saturday.
Wiitor for Falumu
Captain KinK, Minister of the In
teiior, was asked what wvro the
prospectn of the I'ldama people for
water. 11" answered that if the asy-
htm windmill twin erei ted trio
lions.) in tho vicinity could pruba-
bly bo eouneeled with the artesiau .
well. Uy tho iu t dry beacon, huw
eer, the now pumpinc; plant would j
I), in position, when water would lie
laid all llio way out to wallers nt
Kalilii. There would bo a lli inch
main from the Kxecutivn Imildiiiu
to the Uoform eehool, thou an S-iueh
main to Knmnliamelia heliools, and a
li iiii'h main t lie rest nf tho way.
The plant would lie established in
the Kxeeutive hiiililliiK yard, where
it would bo eoiiueetililowith the two
arlesiiin wells if neeessary. '
At Williams' .Studio ato to lie heou
Portraits ou Wnteli Dials, which lie
is making a speeinlly of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the sot or
on our eounteid, mioh hb
New Table Linens,
But tdiould unite iu the support of tho JJeW COttOIl DrSPeneS.
i candidates they may respectively i r
untaiu. .,. I i.aro notes with reuard to tho fUHnr
. . -.., of Governtueut Dositiotis. The com
pare notes with regard to the filling
of Government positions. The com
. mittees metou Tuesday eveuiiiK and
i decided that the organizations
New lllttelc Dress (JoodH,
New Polored Dress fJoodn,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
New CJ nghanirt.
It is u good time to look nt
the countless variety of
Household Goods displayed
' For further nartlcitUr rrunrdln
Freight or l'msnge, apply to
WM. O. IKWIN A OO., lo,
tl.11.Ot Ui.erl AeenlK
lHucc.MM.ru to K. Wlllltin.)
AND 611 KING STREET.
Kwong Sing Loyj SING LOY,
it) IIBI 81., "Tbomu Block.'
Motnal Telt. 339
31-OB Ktnit 81. . our IiddiIii St
l.erture will l uwn
Mim. M. M. THlltllS
On FHIDAY EVUN1XG, Sept. II,
At lh Theosoi.hlral Hull, corner of
Nlliinnil Slid .MittlliH htieelH, in
Doors will ixn nt 7 o'e'iM'k. Uoture to
commence promptly at h oVl.K-k
I Buhject of tha Lecture will be
, "Objections to Relmrnatlon Discussed."
P. 0. Box 207. s HQtoal Telo. 686
P. 0 Boi 101.
seleet for Government positions.
There is no amalgamation in siht.
AN OLD-FASHIONED CUKE
Ho Woara Jtarrings for tho BonoiU
of His Kyoa
A Portuguese named Antoue
Iiright, au ex-polieu ollleer, sports a
iiair of gold earrings, wliiefi cost
him $3. It being rather unusual
nowadays to see a mau wear ear
rings, ho was asked why he did so.
Uriglit relit od the following story:
W hen a boy in MX lie was Iu u
whalo ship cruising iu American
waters. Tlio elipper was chased by
the rebel cruiser Alabama. The
whalor was struck several times, but
being a fast sailer she escaped.
Bright was a buat-piillor and the
glaring sun aud Hash of the cannon
alTeeted his eyesight. An American
shipmate advised him to wear ear
rings to remedy the trouble, and
loaned him a pair. Bright found
L'reiiL telief from the experiment
ever since, and is never without tho
I auricular ornaments, Ouce he took
them oiraud he became as blind as
a bat. Without thorn he cauuot see,
I otorything flickering about.
I J. V. Chapman caters for ban
1 quots, socials, private dinners and
I garden patties. Weddings a special
ty, lie can be found al all hours at
.Saus .Solid or will call on any ladles
or gentlemen who will address him
through the Post Olllco.
You rcmemher that lust
week we advertised the re
opening of our Mihinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
we told you about hits anived
KiiiboiiB, Luces, Large Fea
therh,Tipsaud Whatnot in pro
fusion and under the manage
mo t of a comp tent milliner
who is able to hatisfy the mont
.1. J. KG AN.
t I, A HUH.
i ItiMiiit for hIukIh i
lUrtJ tf l
t.eeinn vitunted on Here,
tunl.i Htiect, 1ft miniitt-'
KMlk from Pout Ollii-u
OTAIII.KS TO I.KT IN ifffiA-.
KJ VUI U"IHHI1 .l IblMll.
roiim for two lier-m uml
'iirrlau, ft a iiiontlii il-o
TWO Ulllll lllrlll-.) uo mi'
tuii.iralclv. ti and Jl. A. niV
1 WILL NO r UK itKHPOMUIll.B I'OU
miy liilU cniitroeltMl hy my hoii, l.-iulu
tinner; nuitliitr is he uitthoiUed to colled
iiiuiiev or rt'ci'ipt hill fur iiu.
Honolulu, Ropt. t, IKM. Wit ivi
A I VaIKIKI ON THA
quarters for one or two hln
L-lr. Gent lumen: board on-
tlonalj bathliiu fscllltlen Rood. Kor parti
Htifttf UIM.I.K.TIN OKKIOK.
rpJIB I'KKMIRKB ON
X SuhiKil and Kiiiiiiu
Htrcelh, lU'lv ill lIlMii'Cil.
i.Ht i n nl Mr lii. W
r-.ii.itli Hint known ih ' Kelml.Uim
fun! er iiotle'l'ari" til pi) ft ih oilli-e
mm ufcen. nuow.v
OhinuHO, Japanese timl Indian Goods!
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
Japanese Grapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scurth,
Grass Cloth, liattau Chairs, Etc., Kt..
rSA Complete TAILORING KSTABLISIIMKNT
with Competent. Cutters and a complete line of KnltHh and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker "Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
SIS Eort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge Assortment ol Ladles' and Children's Shoe
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Laitfe line of Woolens at 2fio. Flannelettes, 10 yardh for f 1.UI.
Brown aud White Cottons, from 8 to '20 yards, $1.00 tier niece.
AmoBkuaff aiiifjhauis, 12 yards for $1.00. Gents' and Ladies' Bathiuv Sum
Silka, Satins, Serges, Lawns and Dress Goods of every description
L. O. 8ILVA, Froprietor.
DELICATE ! DELICIOUS I DAINTY !
ASK YOUK CKOCIiR l'OK
411 NUUANU STUEKI.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods I
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Eto,, Eto.
S I L K. S "owo
I'l.ASS rillt IIIUIINNK'.B V. I I.I, UK
niitriftl MOMI.W M:VI'.H.iii I7tn,
til tMlMflocK I'. M. I .inn 1 1 nil til iii'i "in
ItllllilltlK, NO, ll'l KiliKHUt'l.U'iMlllil II J'tr
lifltW III" l.i'ltl Hi ill" KlllKlll I'l '
lluut, All iirii" uliimUlllitiilllly wlui!
'liifiikunliv rmlly I ito conllttlly liivlii-J
Tin.... sit Nhw I'ai-k -l.:irKu, I'.it, Kxiru Mlii'icl. Om rl il wnl trtivn lliuir niuriti,
N. II. The Cans of thU brand contain a uroatur qunntity tliuu thoso of
aitdxoll le rotorocn., Ccaot A-orost's.
tM Hlylr uml Kit Uiiurmitri'il. I'rlct'ii Mudvrute, -
f :MXLtTj.a.l Teleiorione 64Sfti
Daily Bulletin 50 Conts por Mouth.