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THURSDAY, NOV. 15. tRSM
TlltlHatlAY, Nll.V l.
8 8 Mnrlpoa, llaywnril, from Hie Cnlunta
Am ItR'tif W (I Irwin, Williams IS ilsys
from H.in l-'rHiiclTo
Htnir Knnln from Wiilnnnc
Tiirit-miY, Nov I.V
8 8 Mnrliisn, lhiywjril, for Hun Kr.uioi-ieo
nt ' p in
VfinftulM Lmivini; To-iuorrow.
Htmr Klnim fur Muni nml llnwnii .at 2 t in
HI tnr luahuii fur Muluk il
For Hawaii, ih rutinr Wrihih-uh-, Nov 11
V A Smith, Mix Jamii-n.
Kor yon Krut ol-eo, jierSs M irlKn, Nov
15-Clins Kithrrt nnd wife, Mrs F W .Moo
fnrlone, T 0 .Mllli-r im.l wife. Mm W II
Kcmlnll ntiil child, Mrs Annie Itlcmrr nntl
ihllil, W II Uilley, I, lli'lnumr nml wire,
(Icliuvli'vu Nnntiary, Al llullrt, Itliliird
Scott, I A Nnnimry.
FOR SOALDtNO A JAPANESE.
Tho Assailant on Trial in tbo Dis
Tin; Cliiiinmnii who tlirmv n ji.iil
of hot wntir ovor a Jnp.me". on
Nov. It, tho J.ii.itieu Kiiiperor'fi
hirthtlny, senltliti him badly, wan
put ou trial in tho Dixtriut Court
thin morning. Tim ensu wan partly
hoard and continued until to-iunr-row.
Tho Jap appeared in Court,
parts of his body lining encased in
liatidagt'R. Ho woru a Japanese ki
mono. From t lio evideuco adduced
il appears that the Jap with others
had gono into tho Chinaman's res
taurant to have n good time, as lliey
called it. Tim eoiiiplainnnl picked
up a bowl full of poi and a plato
and smashed them on thu lloor. The
Chiuauian, to prevent further de
struction of his property, tried to
scare olT thu Japs by throwing tho
hot water at them. One wituess for
defendant stated that tho Chiuauian
did not throw tho wnler purposely
on complainant, but that tho latter
cupsled the pail ou himself. C. W.
As n ford appeared for defendant.
LOCAL awd snmAi VXWB.
Tho Mariposa brought no passen
gers for Honolulu.
Court Lunalilo, A.O.F., meets this
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
To-morrow, Nor. 10, is the birth
day of the late King Kalakaua.
Count Festetics with his yacht
Tolna was at Suva, Fiji, Oct. 4.
Tho trial of W. M. Cunningham
arrived at the resting of tho prose
cution this forenoon.
C. It Coljius issues a rard as a
maker of Que harness, saddles, car
riage equipments, etc.
Embroideries, large line, Ham
burg and Swiss.
M. S. Lkvt.
The departure of tho Mariposa
was delayed until 3:30 o'clock by
Tho Mutual Telephone Co.'s ad
journed annual meeting is called for
next Monday at 2 p. m.
J. V. Preston, formerly of the
Advertiser stalT, loft on the S. S.
Mariposa this afternoon.
The steamer Iwalani will leave to
morrow for Molokai with members
of the Board of Health as passen
gers. S. O. O. King, of Kealia, Kauai,
and Miss Maria K. Cummins are to
be married on the evening of De
For a rare Christmas present tako
the pointer given by thu Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Co. It will
not break a man of moderate means.
Frank Lee, an eleetrie lineman,
fell from a pole near tho Electric
Station in Nuuanti Valley and was
pretty badly injured. He fell about
The body of James Cowes, tho
Into sou of Itobert Cowes, steward
of the S. S. Mariposa, was taken to
Sail Francisco by that steamer to
day for interment.
Owing to thu rainstorm thu erec
tion of the tent on Palace Square
has been delayed, and the meetings
will not begin until 7:30 p. m. to
morrow (Friday), Nov. 1(1.
Mr. Levey authorises thu Hum.etix
The Queen of England and Empress
of India's Recognition.
Captain A. G. S. Hawes was re
ceived by President Dole thin morn
iug at an important function. He
presented au autograph letter from
Queen Victoria, recognizing the U
public of Hawaii and congratulating
the President on his selection for
the highest office therein.
President Dole was attended by
his aid-de-camp, Major G. C. Potter,
and military staff, with thorn there
being also present: Ministers F. M.
Hatch (Foreign Affairs), James King
(.Interior), S. M. Damon (Finance)
and W. O. Smith (Attorney-General);
W. F. Allen, president of Executive
and Advisory Councils; Justice
Dickertou of the Supremo Court,
and Col. J. II. Fisher, commanding
the forces, and his stair. The garri
son troops paraded in front of the
Executive building, along with the
Government baud, which played the
British and Hawaiian national au-
Captain Hawes with a few remarks
presented President Dole with an
autograph letter from Queen Vic
toria, the text of which is olUcially
advertised in this paper. He also
tendered to the Minister of Foreign
Affairs his commission from Her
Majesty as her Commissioner nml
Consul-General at Honolulu. Mr.
Hatch in return presented Captain
Hawes with his exequatur as the
representative of Queen Victoria.
In presenting his sovereign's let
tor tho Commissioner expressed his
great pleasure at being placed in
official rotations with the Govern
ment of Hawaii, ami the opportunity
given him for presenting thu con
gratulations of Her Majesty.
I'resiuent Dole in reply uttered
his cordial satisfaction at receiving
such a friendly recognition and mes
sago from the sovereign of ouu of
the greatest umpires of tho earth.
Flannelettes 12 yards $1.
M. S. Levy.
I fe if
ie- f.' .fc ' F ytT
Erysipelas InFace and Eyea
Inflammation Subdued and Tor
turea Ended by Hood'a.
" I am to RlAtl to be rellcrot of mjr tortures
that I Am Killing to tell the beii-flU I haia de
rived from llood't Bartnparlll.1. In April and
May, I nltllctcd with erysipelas In my face,
and cyel, wlilcti spread to my throat sud ticck.
X tried dltvrs olntmetiM and nltcrntlrti. but
thoro wns no teriuaneiit nli.tlniii'iit of the burn
I ni!. torturing p.iln, peculiar tu this complaint.
1 began to Uko Hood's Sarsaparlll.t aud
Folt Marked Relief
before t had finished the first buttle. I con
tinued to Improve until, when 1 had taken tout
bottles. I was completely cured, and felt that all
Ik'in. mark and sjmptnms of that dire com
plaint h.id fntru-r imiMicil." MHS. E. K.
OTTAWA, lllllabuto, Wisconsin.
Hood's Pills me prompt ami t-mclrnt, yet
easy In action. Sold by all druggtils. ttc.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Holf A'IiIm fur tliM cnilillr nf Hawaii.
KUlUAIi TELEPHONE 00.
rpHK AUJOlfltNKII ANNUAL .MBKT
1 Ills; of li eNtocktioMi-riiottlii' Ml 1UAI.
TKt.r.Mlii'tK I'u will he li.ld nt tin- Com
pany 'p Htii'iiliiK ou the i-ornir o' M-ichnnt
nml AUkcn streets, uti MONDAY, Hi- Itnli
uy of ovc'l hr l!i, ai'.'oVlovk r. m.,
to contratlict tho report that ho has "' ' pn.nwe i.f IIIioiIhb Oilkjr nml it
Iwu.ti .onlnnl,ul t,- 1t. nIl..r '' "' I'l"-l"f ." trHliacllllK dtlu-r
Imhiu sutitilanted bv Mr. Dal lev as
lessee ol thu Opera House. Thu
house is still in his charge.
HAIN COME AX LAST.
Honvy Downpour from Lust Mid-
nicht to Dayuronk.
Long-desired rain began falling
about SI o'clock yesterday evening iti
light showers. About midnight it
began to pour and during the early
morning rain fell in torrents, Hood
ing thu slreetH and gladdening the
hearts of watur-fnmiiied residents.
It appears the downpour wm tiuiver
sal on this island, as roportti from
Waialua, llauula, Mikilun, Kuueohe
aud Waimaiialo received by tele
phone statu that it rained hard last
night and this morning. One inch
of rain fell from I tiuiil M o'clock
this morning at Waimaiialo planta
tion, when il cleared up and there
was promise of n lino clear day.
Tho Niiuaiiu Valley reservoirs,
which huvo Im'cii almost dry within
thu past few days, contained a little
water this morning. No. 1 reservoir
had I J feel of water, and Nos. 2 aud
3, 2 feet il inches each. John 11.
1'aty reports nn inch and a half of
rain fallen up Xuuauti valley. Trcs
eut indications are that there will
be a spell of wel weather.
LOOKED AT LADIES.
Complaint Mado to the Marshal
About n Kroucumun.
Mons. Contain, a recent visitor,
was summoned by Marshal Hitch
cock yesterday afternoon ou the
complaint of Mrs. Patterson that he
had insulted her ou the street. Mrs.
l'atterson staled that tho Monsieur
had peeped into her face and stared
her out of countenance. His atten
tions were very insulting aud she
wanted a stop put to it. Monsieur
l'oulaiu in his defense answered that
ho only wanted to identify Mrs.
l'atterson as a lady that had called
at his house and wanted to buy
something. The Monsieur was warn
ed by the Marshal not to pay any
more like attentions to women in
thu street, or it would fare badly
with him. Mons. ami Madame 1'ou
lain were arrested a bhort while ago
for selling articles of foreign manu
facture, to wit, ltuw, without a
lifeline. The case was uol. pros'd.
A NOBLE WOMAN'S SAD END.
liiiFltin-a. Ilv order of tho Jtlrirtom
AMlns; H crrlsry i f the M I". I'n.
Hono ii it, Sor :, imii, IInh .It
C. R. COLLINS,
British Commissioner Hawes will
present Vice-Consul T. H. Walker
aud Captain May, of H. U. M. S.
Hyacinth, to President Dolu and the
Cabinet to-morrow moruiug.
IJy the Mariposa there arrived an-J .,
other lot of bugs to fight wights Fiuo Ilunicss, Saildlos
from l'rof. Koebele, who is iu Aus- J '
tralia in the employment of the llrldle, farrlnKu Ti.m, i'ikIiIiwi,
Government and IMauters' Company. I
Manager W. R. Dailoy had . TfDQBIS, DaStieiS, StOIlH AprOIlli,
crowdeu house for his benefit last . Kto , Kio., Kn., I'.tr.
night. Theru was a variotl dramatic
and musical performance, which 210 KlQfl St.
evidently gavo general delight to
the audience. I
A special meeting of tho Leilaul '
lloat Club will Im held ou Monday
evening, thu l'Jth inst., at the Ha- . 1 1
waiiau Hotel, at 7:.'U) p. in. All I W 5HSI51P KSnP.ll
members are requested to be pre-1 HlfHHv IIUIIUU
sunt. Utisiuess ol importance.
Ciood tilings nui'd not hu
higli-pricrd. tht'iv art' cuituin
prit-L's, though, In-low which
no good, hout'st article can hi
sold tM).so tin our pi ices
P. 0. Box 496.
ISLAND t'ltlinitS KOI.K'II'KP.
A copy of the Moute Cristo Moun
taineer, published by J. S. llartho
lomew of "Hawaiian Pacific Cable
Co." fame, has been hauded to us. '
Mr. Uiutholomew has a card as a ,
justice of the peace iu his paper, '
and he is reported as chairmau of a
Republican mans meeting.
Unpleasant feeling between two
factions of Oalley'a company, which
had been concealed from thu audi- j
enecs fairly well previously, devel
oped rather strongly at the very I
close of the last show. Misses Kate t
Dalirleish and Kittle Iielmour re
fused to joiu thu company in thu J
singing of Auld Lang Syne. Man
ager Dailoy was very mail about it.
Mutual Telephone 507.
Bull Telephone 4G0.
Now Wharf Damaged.
The rain has created havoc with
the new wharf improvements near
Urewer A; Co.'s building. Several
holes have been made, through
which water has escaped and soaked
the stone wall of the wharf. In
consequence tho wall has settled,
causing crevices to appear. If a' n-j. M ni ry .. -.
downpour such as there was last j AUClBllt Order Ot FtirBbterS.
night recurs to-night, it will lie dan-1
unrolls walkine- in that locality. OlIKT l.tlNAI.II.O. No iWM A O. K..
. .- r7 ,.rf. , .
Wounded When a War Nurse She
Survives to II u Uumud to Death
Among thu victims of the Seattle
hotel fire were the mother and the
ouly brother of George W. Otterson,
who arrived here with his wife by
the steamer Australia. Mr. Ottor
son received the shockiin; news lust
as he was embarking ou the steamer
at San Francisco. Tho family be
longs to Georgia Iu the war of the
rebellion the lamented Mrs. Otter
sou was a nurse to thu wounded ou
both sides. She was struck iu the
knee by thu fragment of a shell,
while performing her saintly otlicus
under fire, which made her a crip
ple for the rest of her life.
King Kulukuuu'a Uirthday.
The Hawaiian National Hand will
give a public concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel, to-morrow (Friday) evening,
. T.tia ....i. ...i. :.. i. - .. n ..?'
iii i i.ni ii linn-it, in iniiiiir in inn anni
versary of the birthday of the late
.March Klin; KiiIi.I.iiiii MirhlW
ovi'Muru Itiviil . IVttii'
Alr-1'iiiiH' . .. Ili'lliiii
CtioiilN Kriiiml itiI
Hoii: Klliiiiui, Aknln llol. I.iiN i oliilil
N'l'i, II) II. M. K ilif Kiil.'iLiniii
MimIIc) Ituxloit llr-nk-
rulloi I'liH'iiln hfilu IMiiiiii
MiitnrLii -lliiuithiui Siiliuii.il lluinl
Murcli Hwei't l.tl LuIhiii . linger
A Strong Horse
is tiik result or rmita
A Ir-KKSII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
IiihI Arrivnl pur "B. O. Wllilfr."
CALIFORNIA PEED GO.
Corner tjiieeu A Nlltiniui HU.
Il iiimi ut 7:Jn liiisi.inl of si in
TJUIHHIIAY KVKM.Ml. A full hIHii.I
unee i reitihtml util in iiiIxth of ('utirt
I Lii'iifn anil vliltlnc liri-ihn'ii ure l ciin-
ny ori.nr, a, .iii iiuwami,
llul . IJ....-..I .....
rpHK ANNI'AI, MIJKTINII 01' Till:
X lliiiiolulii l.ihnir iiiul Itruilini: llixnu
Axhoulmliili will Iik In-Ill ut l.llr.ir Hull nn
KltlDAY, Nov. Uiih.nt Ti'mr. m. A full
Htlcniluniu Is ri'iiU"tfl, ui liiilns ut iiu
lmrlitnee will hu Iruieiii'luil. inuliiilliiu' tin-
fli'titluli of TriKt'ci! to xervii fur tin- ru
miliiK .Nfiir. II. A 1'AltM I'.I.KK,
what wc call Quick Sales and
Small Prollt nriff. It' yon
pay less ytm can rest assured
von rct less. These are. hon
est statements that economi
cal hnyers know arc yon
one of tlninV If not, why
(Jail ami sec those iiiniiili
c.eiil Col ton Crepes in lOven
hi Shades. Nothing hunl
soiuei' or 1 letter was ever
offered in the market at our
price-, "And tln-rc jon are."
(Jo tlnoiirh the Colored and
Kinrcd Cotton Ducks, the
(iinhniuri. OxforiN. Calicos,
Colored French Oryandii's,
IMack French Lawns, Linen
Lawns, pick up whatever yon
will and lint a moment' in
spection will convince, yon
that if yon pay le.-s yon will
If yon want to jo to the
1 Volcano the one holding the
largest iiinnher ot our checks
will ct the round trip for
nothing. Kemcmlier this
We re slashing the prices
this week on WOOLKX
ULAN K NTS and WOOLHN
SHAWLS, making room for
onr imniciise stock of
fTSWe want your trale
and will have it if goods and
iricc- are an ooiect to yon,
H. F. KIILKKS it CO.
Hcginning on Xovetnher 1,
18!U, I intend giving my
Customers a chance to win a
Prize and not only One Prize
On next THURSDAY,
Xovemlicr 1st, every Man,
Woman or Child who lniys
$t.(X) worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Fashion)
will he presented with a Cou
pon Ticket, and on December
2(Uh, the person holding the
largest numher of Tickets
will he entitled to the Mrs!
Prize, and this Prize will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST Ol'KNEII AT-
1ST. IS. S
520 Fori Streel,
Si 1 kolines ! Silkolines !
An nlc' itit ( rtini'til In Kljjiireit anil Sollii Colors.
A iii'w rt--iirliiiint of s.it in nii.l .Sntiii-Kil('c Hibboiu, uretly njil sliailei for Katcy Worlr.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Vi iltuit; of .Stt-iii .-il II Ih. r-n Cl'th-,
rrn I 'lot hi, Suli- lluaril Sruifii, Hj.tnlicra, Dojll, Ktc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
In l.llit IIImi'. I'mlt, LfKlmrn, I'rtMtn, Liveixter ami Cardinal,
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
Jut the ihllitf fur l.il'e' I'lislumr.
3STEV7" FALL WORSTED DRESS GOODS I
In the Utrst I'lnlii anil Htl.i', ami a full ortment of
SOLID COLOR WORSTED DHKSS GOODS!
in .'ill the lntot hmlci.
in our Store. To the person
holiling the secoin
numher of Tickets
Ad Elegant French CpsIi
mere Dress Pattern
will he given.
Prize will he an
Both Tki.kimiokks 121.
B4CK AGAIN TO 0RK.
3ST. F. BURGESS
la jllli Ti'i'iruM tu 'cilT II rili-u Hum.
UiriiilcciK, Wilier Tiip., ft . Mi Killut;
nnd all ktiiitn of TihiIh i,hi.ri iiciI. iiu'IuiI
iuk CurviiiK Kiilvi'H huh M'l- or ; Ijumi
Moern h "in('lii ti : mIo bi-l'liiit lli4, In
furtal kliii'H nf ilililiii.'. Wor ru I-1 fur
unit rturnil hnii; ilil .Mutunl 'IVlc.
ihonu itiiy tin u 1'nfiii-ll a. m IITIHf
i: A. .11 INKS.
Safe Deposit and Ihvdment Go,
YOUR GROCIitt 1'OK
I ln-'ii Mri Nrw I'iu'I; l.nrK', KhIi Klr Hflivivil, Dim trial will innv lhcn un-rit ..
N, II, Tim Uitna nf thia Urauil i-rmUiu h Kriitnr iiumitity lliini tlinmi nt
XwCltch.)!! Sc Fstaraoxv, Coast JaanXu.
NO, liiv M;i SI'UKI.I.
Ostrich Feather Fan
Vuhiftl ut fin.
anil the Foutth Prze will he a
Fine Pair of
Vultll-ll Ut t'Mlt.
Tint people of Honolulu
have patronized the Tk.mh.k
op r ash n in' lilit rally since
its removal to the new quar
ters at f l! Fort street, and
the Managers appreciate this
hence tiici-c Prizes. There
arc prohahly one hundred In
dies iu Honolulu who will
huy enough Dry Ootids hc
tween Noveinhcr 1st and Dc
cemher lilth to win one of
the ahove Prizes. Our stock
is new and has hcen carefully
seicctcu Kir uic wiiiler Mon
day Trjde especially is thi
true ol our Dress Patterns.
We have hcen to au inlinite
amount of trouMc lint suc
ceeded iu getting the latent
shades and most heautifiil de
signs ; this applies to our
ftillis and Cashmeres. Our
CJiiighaius, Lawns, White
Muslins and F. finish Lawns
arc the equal (hoth iu price
and quality) of tlio-e sold hy
any house in Honolulu ; also
IMack Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. Christinas Ootids,
Toys, etc., iu endless variety.
0 loves that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And reuieiiiher that, for
very tfl.(M) worth ol (mods
you Imy )oii get a Coupon.
IC-flT All these Pmzch will
he shown iu our window m-sl
SAI I..- nf V.iriimflzH
Miinlli ur Nun.
for Hint hv thi'
V.M'l.'ln iiiimi front Kiliu . uiilll I
l m, I'iivjil mi t-.iilMrlti - uhi'ii thu) will
III' I'lll-l'il III .' 'At I'. M
Wi' ltu nml .'ill I i -1 I t - - SlIirKJ-
llllil I It) Ml,- mill lllllkr mlMlllllli nil tllllil
III'. ASM M. MIIKIIMI Ol' II-
I'lll hlliMllll 1'iMIIM lilMIII.li,
HI I I'M lll'll III I'll' I HI I'llll) lllllll' III
II luhi, MllMiAY, Niivi'iulxr I'l, U'H
nt iiJiii'liiil. h. in b II. Itllrirt,
lliiniihlhi, Suvi'iulifr in, IniI, liM-7t
Temple of Fashion
Mil VUUT STUKKI'
And at All Times
K:iIH;S, ROOT BHSHIR-.
IS A llli.MKMAIM: AND IIOMKMAKINC liHVKUAOK.
It iri M'ty i'.i-ily iii'i.irnl, nml if tin1 pi, tin itirct'tiuiiM an;
IciIIhWiiI, it will iilwuvn In' pNiil. Hmtv iiii'iiiImt nf thi' family,
(mni I lit- h.iliy In tlir Kriiiitlfutliri, I'un enjoy IIiiikk' Kikit IIkku,
Mini I'Vi'iy nut' ui tlii'iu will Iiiivii ln'ltcr lii'iillli for ciit'li fis-ullovs-liny
tukr. It iniiiiirr llio iiiMlitu, uitil!i'K lite IiIikmI, itnil
toni Urn wlmlii r-yi-tciii. Cliililri'ii fcpi'ci.illy ilclilit in Miiikm'
limn lli.iat Iu ir'i.irnlioii inti'ioli" tlii'iu, uinl itn iii-c iIuch
ilium i;ihhI. In UumimiiiiIh of liomi'it, "llttiKt Hour lli.iat tliul
iiiiitliiT iii.nli," will I if iiiiiiiiij; tln luiiiiL'nt rcculli't'JioiiH nf
1'IiiIiIIiimhI It riMIIM tin- xyr-li'lll nf till' Miii.iiHlllrl Illinium tliul
ili'Vrlop in kiilm-y nml iiriiniiy iliKi'in-rn, uinl in fact, in tiny ca-o
lint mirt'i- (mm .in unniti' r-lalt- of tin- lilninl.
Dlrlilirtly lllliliTHtilllil lluo' Itiioi IIki:ii ir Witllnlll llillllti
r.itinii nr imy I'lii'inlr.il m nrlillriiil inlinixliin wt- pniM' it it it
nnnli' in onr npi'ii (..ilniriiliiry. Nn M'trcl pnn'i'i-i-. Vi liiko tin1
iMifl 1 1 i'l hi- ami Itixitr, I'uil tllrlll iliiWII, ImiIUi' tlli'lll uinl nt'llll
tlii'iu in yi.ii. IVrhupK tln-ri' ii-n't mmtliir ItiHit liter l..ilmr,e
Imy in tin' I'liiintry npi'ii In puhlir ''.vr Kveryliiiily knnw llniKs'
Itniii Hi, i, ii i'Iii'IiiSlmU rmi'l uppriMi'li iiuturi'. Will you ion
niitniiil It-Hit Heir mni Mili-fy oiu llnn-l uinl rlri'iinlln'ii yom
linily.in will ymi tin1 itrliliri.il Knot llrri to Mivo u few pinnii'ri
uinl iiiin your IhmIiIi 'I'lu'ie i li-n linii'r as iiiui'li II iuk' Hout
ltiaai mill III. in nil nllii'i Itiot IIi'it c.xtrai'lh t'oinliini'il.
IIiiitiniN Dun; Company
Uhnson, Smith A; Cumi-anv
ll(ii.i.is.Ti:n Dun! Comi'.vnv, Lti.
Lkwis iV: Co.mi'anv
. . .Wholesale Druggists
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNI'KII f.N'UHIl TIIK I.WVS OF TIIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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uic w. null mil iimril -( tin winking '' On- .NATION A I. t'A.NK SI1KKD-Dl-.lt,
Mini h w.i in, nil l.y thru wmkr at tlm I'timiiU'iiifiiit'iit tf tltf L'rnii
j in-l li.iriistul
'During tin ..i-t W..I: tin 1 1 iln Sun vr Oonip.tnyV mill exi'tultil any of
Hi- loiiini nr. nl- hy il.Mii tin -j; hour- K'"n.luic with an uiiipnt nf HOOl
ton-. I In- i- lully IU pi it tut inorn than lin- liu-t work of forim-i yo.ire.
"Ilii'iliin mIIi i mill In in,: Jim. hy ,M in. nml llm two roller mill IU) in.
l - in. Hu llr-i null lining tin- miiniiul ol wmk iu mi ellli'ient manner
.mil Willi kii.ii i i-i , i-oiui'.iM'il with wmk on wliole e.tne, owmu ' llinrtiiinh
piipaiuiiou nf Hi.-1, .in l.y tin Natiou.il Omm Sliretliler, leeenllv erecteil hy
III! I'olllp.lUl .
'Ami hy it- ii. ! tin i xti,ieii..ii has hetin luerea-eil from .'I pereeiit tu a yvf
i nt nn nil kiinl-ui i. nn, uml tu -nini' ea-e- Ml perei-ul Ii.ib lieeu rt'iti'lirtl ;
llie a r.lK Im iiii; 7-'i In Its pi-u i nl, .ii't'orillllK In ill.illtv.
"I eniiiniiie to liu. I the m im-i- imiii Bhieilileil eaiin'hellir Inel lli.ill Irom
" I In hr. ilihi Im- I..-, n w .tkuiK il.iy ami nii:hl for -een inuntliH anil luu
nm-ii no i Htm -.iii-'.u onii, h.oiui; nlueilileil iliiiiiiK lli.it time aliotit tuvuiity
tlmiumiil inn- ..I i .in. . .nil ii l.uni part "I it h mij haul raliMiiu,
Hu liiiihl. i un.l luiin tiipiui ti little eare or attention,"
gjtr'tH ami -pit tin , ill. iiu ..i tin -i shit'ililem may hoM'enat thnollli'iMil
WM. Q. IRWIN 6c CO,, L'd.,
m'u U Again ur Ik HavrtUm iUtuvU,