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RESS OP TQR WAR.
Effective Yoik of Anillcy at
Tbe Rob&ls. Driven Buk Kvory whore
eo.e Stall Prisoners
Following tlio report of yostor
day regarding operations in 1'alolo
Valley a record ia to bo mado of
Oovommont successes. T. ti. Mur
ray's upeeials were reinforced with a
company of regulars under Capt.
Zicglor, having a liltl pioeo with
which vo shell tlio rubuls, who woro
flholtered behind a stono wall. A
few hIioIb woro eHVotivo in scattoritig
fragments of stonu among the rebel
rlloinon, ami they displayed a wliito
il.-ig. As thu soldiers advaneod, how
ever, tliu natives fired upon thum,
violating their own Hag of truce
Sain Nuwluiu and his two aids de
serted tlieir cointnniid, and the na
tives surrendered. There woro
twonty-nino of them, who woro
brought into town about dark.
Shortly afterward another lot of
prisoners, consisting of six natives
and a Greek, arrived. They said
there were over IMX) natives ill arms
under Wilcox and Nowlein.
Kiino. a rebel urUoiior. statod last
night that during yesterday's skirm
ish eight or ton natives were wound
ed. S. Novvleiti and Carl Widomanu
woro near the men who were captured
at ft o'clock in the evening, but they
slipped out and went into the 1'alolo
Valley. There were more guns than
men. The only fault was that many
of the men did not know how to
handle the guns. The arms and
ammunition were plentiful. There
were several white men in the crowd,
but Kiino refused to give any names,
stating that he didn't know who
they were. There are several boat
boys among the insurgents. They
had (roue out in boats and were
forced to go with thu rebels. The
men who wore captured are those
who did not understand the hand
ling of guns.
At 10:15 o'clock last night tlio
rebels opened a brisk lire from Dia
mond Head on Capt. Coyne's camp.
A shell from the held piece and a
rillo volley silenced tho rebels for a
while, but there was firing going on
pretty much all night.
SHELLING THE HEIGHTS
Report of tho EIuu's Expedition by n
Tho result of the shelling of Dia
mond Head point yesterday morning
showed to the military leaders of the
Government the necessity of placing
tome obstacle, on the seaward side
of tho coast Hue, to the successful
retreat aud opportunity for reform
ing, of tho insurrectionary contin
gent whoso headquarters were in
that vicinity. It was accordingly or
dered that an attack by sea
should bo made aud the tug Elou
was despatched at .'1:20 p. m. V.
Luther Wilcox went as pilot. Cap
tain .1. W. l'ratt was in command of
a detail having a breech loading
mountain howitzer. Lieut. I S.
Dodgo had on board a detail of tho
Sharpshooters consisting of Frank
llustaco, W. 13. Wall, J. Alfred Ma
goon, James L. McLean, G. A. Schu
maun, Win. Jloss, E. C. Winston, aud
G. W. Johnson. A Hullutin reporter
was tho only press representative ac
companying tho expedition.
Tho sea was smooth aud tho Bleu
arrived olt tho scone of tho first
bloodshed, llortolinann's house, at
1:25; passing, a few minutes later,
the deserted signal station. At this
point it was noticed that the move
ments of the vessel were being watch
ed aud followed by armed men on
the upper ridge of Diamond Head,
aud iu the distance along the beach
and iu the underbrush uhito-shirted
forms could bo t-een making for in
land. Arrived oil Kaalawai,tho sea
side residence of Autoue Kosu, it
was plainly discernible, from the
lleoiug forms rapidly disappearing iu
the underbrush, that a i-amp of thu
enemy had boon reached. Anchor
wan dropped immediately (.-l:IJrJ aut
Captain l'ratt lost no lime iu send
ing a shell shoreward, the missile
bursting iu close proximity to a spot
which not many minutes before was
occupied by many nooido. A round
of graoo was uoxt discharged, which
brought an answering response from
the distant ridges in a discharge of
musketry from tlio now concealed
outposts. 1 ho Sharosliootorh now
commenced their work and the range
and distance were soon accurately
obtained, the strike of tho bullets
against the houses proving the ac
curacy of aim. Far in the distance,
beyond reauh of rillo or cannon,
various groups of natives could be
soon making mountain-ward. An oc
casional shot from tho ridges proved
tho presence of an ennniy until a
well-directed lire from tho Sharp
shooters silenced that indication of
insurrection. After several shells
had been fired in the region
of tho Rosa premises, anchor was
woighod aud tho course set for Ka
hala, a placu at which it was expect
ed auothei relay of insurrectionists
would be liable to hold forth, the
laud aud buildinus iu that remon
being tho property of people well
disposed to the revolutionists. Navi
gator Wilcox piloted thu Elou to a
point of vantage iu UJ fathoms of
water, aiiil the Sharpshooters com
menced to send swift messengers of
their presence. Captain Pratt laud
ed a shell or two, but t hero being no
indication of man's presence ashore
return was made to Rosa's place.
Ou reaching this point again it was
noticed that inauy people woro
, coming around tho lower ridges and
along tho beach that bounds tho
Head, aud activo preparation was
made to give thu foe a hot reception
or friends a warm greeting. Nearer
approach showed that the ling on
Charlie Peterson's deserted station
was again living, and it was soon
after proved that tho oncoming
forms woro the blue uniforms of tho
National Guard. Captain l'ratt do
cided to hold communication with
the shore, aud iu company with
Navigator Wilcox a detail of tho
Sharpshooters and tho J3ui.lltix re
presentative, a boat went landward,
safely piloted through tho intricate
channel by J. Alfred Magoon, who
succeeded in lauding tho party with
out accident. On landing it was
found that the party consisted id
those who had done such oir-ctie
work in tho park and on" tho Sans
Sotici promises iu tho morning, viz ,
regulars under command of Capt.
Coyne and Lieut. King. An advance
along the bench to the Rosa pioinNos
was ilecidvjd on aud Capt. L'ratt, re
turning with his party to the tug,
proceeded thither, sunt iu a shell or
two, anil after exchange of signals
loft the land paity iu poiscsion.
Anchor was woiuhed and tho Lieu
returned to town, arriving at 7 15
Auothor Naval Expedition.
The steamer Kuala left at 1 o'clocl.
yesterday afternoon with the Japa
nese strikers fioui Kahukuon ho.-ud.
She anchored about six links on
Diamond Jle.id in oidi r to bi nbte
to get into ICahuku in tb mining
It was reported at midnight that '
the royalists had captured the I
Kaala. Capt. Campbell, superinteii- I
dent of tho I. 1. S. N. Co., was loth
to believe the report and stated that
if it was true ho would punish thu
ollicors of tho steamer.
A nolo from Robt. W. Wilcox to
S. Nowluiu had been intercepted ou
the person of a native courier. It
said there was a price set on both '
their heads, and suggested that they
should seize the Kaala. and, placing
forces ou board of her, capture the
island of Maui.
The tug Elou was again put in
service and loft shortly after 10
o'clock to thwart tho bold plan of
Wilcox Captain l'ratt was again
placed iu charge of a cannon on
board, aud a detail of the sharp
shooters was taken along.
Auuthur LnrRo Nunibor Pulled In
Last Night and To-day.
Charles Croightou and Oliver Still
man were brought iu about 10 o'clock
C. W. Ash ford was arrested at 9
o'clock this m ruing. Ho was driv
ing to aud from his ollico with his
wife yesterday, and Mrs. Ashford
had just driven him down towu this
moruiiur when ho was arrested.
V. V. Ashford was arrested a few
minutes after his brother. Attorney
General V. O. Smith had a long
talk with the two lawyers iu the
Deputy Marshal's ollico. V. V. Ash
ford was military leader of tho revo
lution for a republic in 1887, which
animation." Tho statement is en
tirely wrong, as Mr. Lindsay was
onlv arrested by an ollicious guard
without oithor authority or cause.
Searching for W. H. Rickard.
Senior Captain Parker wont out to
the residence of British Commis
sioner Hawes this morning, ho hav
ing received information that V. II.
Rickard was taking refugo there.
Captain Parkor was mot by Com
missioner ilawos and tho captain
stated his errand. Tho Commis
sioner statod that ho did not know
where Mr. Rickard was, not having
seen him thin morning. Captain
Parkor replied that ho would take
his word and retire. Commissioner
Hawes would not bo satisfied with
this, and requested tho captain to
oarh the promises thoroughly.
The search was made but no Mr.
Rickard was found. Tho rosidonco
of Mr. Rickard was next visited.
Mrs. Rickard met the senior captain
and refused to givo tho desired in
formation. Consequently the house
ami promises woro explored. Mrs.
Rickard could not statu positively
u bother her husband had been home
Nst night. Rickard has beeu since
LANDING OF ARMS
st-unor Wabnauolo Brought War
Munitionu from Lanai.
A Kuudsnn, mato of tho steamer
Waiinanalo, was arrested anil ou
bei.ig interrogated gave very damag
ing information against Capt. Wil
liam Davie, master of that steamer.
The captain was arrested this morn
ing, and it was rumored that he had
given away tho business of landing
arms for the royalists. Ho confessed
nothing, however, but it is under
stand his mate gave information of
the landing of a largo quantity of
arms and ammunition from tho island
oj Lanai at the base of tho rebel's
prospective operations. Hov the
inuiiitioun of war camu to Lanai will
lie an interesting chapter iu the his
tory of the movement.
only succeeded iu obtaining a revis
ed constitution limiting tlio power
of the monarchy He was implicat
ed with R. W. Wilcox iu a plot to
change the constitution by revo
lution in 1S1I2, and very reluctantly
consented to leave the country, after
Justices. 1$. Dole of tho Supreme
Court, sitting as a committing
magistrate, had discharged him on
tho ground that the case had not
beeu fully made out. Ho returned
in poor health after the lb'.III revo
lution. There aro three former Attorneys
General iu custody C. W. Ashford,
Peterson aud Croightou. Croightou
was the prosecuting attorney, when
Deputy Attorney-General, of V. V. ,
Ashford iu 1802. Such is politics in
Robt. N. Boyd, who was Wilcox's
lieutenant in the 1880 all'air, was ar
rested at the corner of King and
Retliel streets this forenoon. Ho
said lie was on his way to seo the
Marshal. Boyd has been seen with
Wilcox a good ileal lately, but some
of hi acquaintances say they do not
think lie is concerned iu tho presont
outbreak. Uoyd was educated iu
naval science iu Italy, as a ward of
tho Hawaiian Government. He was
lately employed iu the Public Works
Those who have beeu arrested
since yesterday's report, besides
those captured iu war, are: Oliver
Stillman, Chas. Croightou, T. W.
Rawlins, C. W. and V. V. Ashford,
Captain John C. Ross, W. II. Rick
ard, Robert N. Boyd, A. Kuudseii
ami Captain Win. Davies.
W. H Rickard, formerly a promi
uout plantor, who was an independ
ent Reform member of tho Legisla
ture of 1800, was arrested by Lieut.
Cordesof tho mounted patrol at 10
A. M. Hewott, Joe Clark, William
Oleiiau and Kaiiniiiioku were arrest
ed tins afternoon. Clark was brought
An Unwarranted Arrest.
FLAG OF TUUOE.
Hoiatod Vlils Aftomoon On tho Peak
of Diamond Huad.
While Dr. McGrew and C. II.
Chase were driving from Satis Souci
to Captain Coyne's camp, at tho
junction of Kapiolani Park and Wai
alao roads, this afternoon they de
scried three men on tho peak of Dia
mond Head. The men hoisted a
white Hag on thu signal polo erected
by the Government Survey at that
point. Whether it was a Hag of
truce or .surrender, or a decoy llag,
can only bo conjectured at this writ-
iK. . .
Tlio observers met Minister Da
mon, Col. Fisher, Major Potter and
L. C. Abies ou the road.
An Incondiary Firo.
Yesterday evening a squad of
police ollicors wont to the Stillman
primuses on School street to search
for Oliver Stillman and Charles
Croightou. Tlio house was sur
rounded and tho ollicors entered the
house. Mr. Stillman was not there,
Mr. Creighlou being there alone.
Shortly after the entrance was made
an alarm of lire was given. The
specials stationed in the vicinity
extinguished tho blaze. It was iu a
barrel of refuse near the Kauluwela
pchoolhouso. Kerosene oil had been
poured into thu barrel and a match
set to it. The side of tho school
house was badly scorched. Had it
not been for the prompt arrival of
specials tho whole neighborhood
would have been in Haines, the
wooden buildings iu thu vicinity
Twenty-five volunteers woro de
spatched over the Pali this morninu
to intercept tho rebels in case they
retreated toward Koolau around
Koko Head. At V2:'M o'clock this
I afternoon a tolephone message was
i receiving from Waiinanalo stating
! that ton native royalists were going
I toward Diamond Head from that
i place with the evident intention of
joining the rebels. Immediately ou
the receipt of tho information Mar-
I shal Hitchcock ordered twenty
horses from tho Club Stables to bo
got ready, and as many men were
-out over by way of tho Pali.
Humored Gump iu Town.
i At two o'clock this afternoon Cecil
I Brown was detailed with a baud of
15 picked men from the station to
' Waolani, back of Piiuuiii, thu resi
dence of A S. Hartwell, junction of
Judd and Liliha streets. This ex
I pediliou was ou tho strength of a
minor that a parcel of rebels was
entrenched iu tho bin lis at that
I Mr Brown found only a parcel of
sightseers on the hlulTs. Chief Jus
tice Judd, who was with him, reports
t lint the party went on toward the
Positions of tho Robuls,
Oaptivos In tho Rebel Camp.
J. J. McDonald, a driver iu tho
employ of Castle At Cooke, was met
coming from the station after dark
yotorday ovoning. He was angry
over having been a prisoner of war,
but his captors wero the royalist in
surgents. Mr. McDonald was one
of fourteen prisoners taken by the
rebels iu tho vicinity of Waialae.
Mrs. Pray, Miss Abbio Guruio mid
, II. A. Isenberg, a younuor brother
of Paul R. Isunborg, wero among
tho captives. They woro caught,
' Sunday, on tho boacfi and roads iu
the vicinity, and detained in Autouo
Roa's soasido rosidonco. When tho
battle approached their prison, Mr.
McDonald protested to Willie Greig,
i who seemed to bo in charge, against
I the violation of tho rules of civil
I i.ed warfare, which dictated that
prisoners bo sent to tho roar iu time
of battle. It would be an infamous
I outrage to leave them there, uu
armod anil defenceless, to fall like
, dogs before tho bullets of their
friends, Greig consulted 1(. YY.
Wilcox and then sent the prisoners
away by tho Waialao road. A young
man named Marshall, a clerk in
Poster's saddlery store, was with
Greig. Doubtless tho object of mak
ing these people prisoners was to
prevent their coming into towu with
Roturn of Weapons,
In response to an order of thu
Marshal, a groat many guns, with a
considerable quautity of ammuni
tion, were delivered at the station
to day. Thoro is a variety of an
cient weapons which would delight
tho heart of a curiosity shop keeper.
At C. T. Gulick's town house
there wero obtained ten guns, four
of them double-barrel sporting guns.
Tliuy aro old-fashioned muzzle
loaders. At Mr. Gulick's Kalihi re
sidence six guns and three revolvers
were gathered, all of thu gnus being
iiiu.zlo-loadors. One was an ancient
Turkish Hint-lock weapon, with a
fan-shaped stock. Mr. Gulick being
iu poor health responded to the call
by asking tho authorities to solid
fur his gnus.
Closing Upon thu Euumy.
While Thomas Lindsay was taking
a stroll with A. McDowell about
dusk jestorday evening, they weie
halted by Rev. H. W. Peck and an
other LMiard at Kawaiahao church.
Mr. Lindsay protested against being
impeded, as the streets woro open
until nine o'clock. The guards de
manded the names of the pedestri
ans, and, on Mr. McDowell's giving
his name, they arrested them both.
Mr. Lindsay told Mr. Peck he knew
liis name very well and ho would pot
give it to him. Tho two were march
ed under cover of a rillo and drawn
pistol to tho statioii. When pass
ing Mr. Lindsay's jewelry store he
told the truards they could see his
name ou the signboard. At tlio sta
tion McDowell was locked up, his
name being on the suspected list.
Lindsay demanded to know thu
charge against him, but uobody had
anything to say in reply. He then
asked Marshal Hitchcock if ho want
ed him for anything. Tho Marshal
answered that ho had nothing what
ever against him, and Mr. Lindsay
walked away. This morning's Ad
vertiser says "Lindsay was released
after a careful aud thorough ox-
Ifobert Wilcox and about one
hundred natives camped at Paul
Isenberg's Waialao ranch last night.
This information was brought iu by
a native who was at the place.
Sam Nowleiu and his mun are in
the Manoa Valley. They have
occupied a position along the ridge
and are in full command of Mauoa
ami 1'alolo Valleys. Thoro has boon
very little shooting this forenoon.
Ten natives on horseback coming
in on the Waialae toad from tlio
rbel camp this morning wero cap
tured by Sergeant McKeague with
whom wero J. M. Vivas and oiglit
others. Three of the horses were
left iu the Government camp, and
tho remainder led into town. Packs
of clothes and paiai woro lashed to
the saddles. Tlio ton natives wero
sent iu by a bus.
' Robots Go Over to Koolau.
Chester A. Doyle returned from
Koko Head at U o'clock this after
noon. Ho reported that tho rebels
hud gone over to the Koolau side of
tho island. T. 11 Murray aud a
squad of men wore at Koko Head.
About 10 o'clock this morning the
sharpshooters under Captain John
Kidwoll succeeded in surrounding
Diamond Head and hemming iu the
rebels. Shooting was recommenced.
The regulars moved up and aro now
beyond tho fork of the roads lead
ing respectively to Kapiolani Park
aud Waialae. Tho rebels seem still
to have abundance of ammunition.
This forenoon the Sharpshooters
made a big find of munitions of war
iu Diamond Head crater. It con
sisted of sixty brand now Winches
ter rilles. 10,(XK) rounds of ammuni
tion, and a box of dynamite bombs.
One dead native was found by tho
Washington Place, tho town resi
dence of Liliuokalaui, was searched
yesterday afternoon. Hero Charles
Clark, whoso arrest was reported iu
yesterday's issue, was found. Nino
r I lies and five pistols, of rich style,
There is a large motley crowd con
stantly iu front of tho station, at tho
post ollico and along IJotlioi street,
watching the sallying fort li of guards
aud ollicors, anil the bringing in of
Lieut. Luil wig of Co. P was
wounded iu the leg at Moiliili and
sent to town for treatment. Tho
bullet was extracted and the wound
is not serious. Ludwig was the cnly
loyal man hit yesterday.
The Quueii is still at Washington
Placu, notwithstanding reports to
A newsboy named Simpson who
delivers morning aud evening papers
went as far as Sans Souci tho first
day of tho light. He saw a Japa
nese dropped in the road by a bul
let from the mountain.
A Springfield rifle was picked up
at Waialao this afternoon by a Por
A barrel of poi and two of salmon
besides two bombs with a coat
wrapped around thorn were found at
Diamond Head and wero brought to
the Police Station this afternoon.
President Dole went to tho Station
at .'!. 15 o'clock. Tho Chief Justice
aud the Attorney-General wero iu
tho Marshal's ollico at that timu.
A. W. Carter's squad has left Wal
ii a wdo for Makapuu Point.
illiain Henry s squad had not
reached Waiuiaualu at last accounts.
I.OOAL AND liKNKKAX NKWb
Elsewhere is an explanation of tho
stoppage of street cars.
None of the island steamers will
leave port this evening.
Ollicial notices relating to the
present troubles appear iu this is
sue, which it is to the interest ol all
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
ami Niiiiauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 aud 50
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 pur
Any person desiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at vory low
wages will please call on T. D, Gar
vin, corner of Richards aud King
J, W. Chapman, tho well-known
caterer, is now opon for engage
ments for banquets, woddiugs, balls,
dinner parties, garden parties, etc.
I Address him care of Buuxtin ollico.
Alarming Appearance of Trans
ports Off Waianae,
Tbd Sieamur Cluudlne Goes 10 Fight
Two barks were sighted off Waia
nae at 0 o'clock this morning. Short
ly after two small schooners wero
seen to put off and moot them. Re
ports by telephone state that men
and guns wero being lauded from
tlio vessels to the schooners aud
taken ashore at Waianae.
Captain J. A. King, Minister of
the Interior, ordered the steamer
Claudino to bo got in readiness at 11
o'clock this morning, to go out aud
oppose tho now enemy.
The steamer Claudino left port at
1:15 o'clock this afternoon for thu
cruise to Waianae. About twenty
live members of tho Sharpshooters
left ou her. They woro iu charge of
Captain John Kidwoll and W. E.
Wall. Captain J. A. King, Minister
of the Interior, was in command of
thu expedition. Jos Marsdeu. A.
Wall aud Masters Judd wero among
thu tiumlor. President Dole was at
the wharf. Tho Sharpshooters gave
three cheers as l lie steamer was go
ing out. President Dido led the re
spending cheer from slmri.
The steamers Waialoale, Jns. Ma
koe ami lwalaui are fully provision
ed and coaled, with banked ftre,
awaiting despatch by the Uouth
niont. Thu steamer Waiinanalo has
been seized by the Marshal and cap
tain aud crew have been jailed ou a
charge of lauding arms.
Press correspondents, both local
and foreign, were refused iia-aago
on the steamer Claudino ou her trip
to W aiauae.
Superintend. 'nt John Cassidy
fouud several poles a id stretches of
wire cut down near Waianae
Ho succeeded iu restoring connec
tion, and Deputy Sherill W. Shel
don, from Wa'anao courthouse, gave
particulars of the marine strangers.
Whoever gave the first report saw
double. There was but one bar',
aud one schooner.
Thoro was nothing nor nobody
lauded at Waianae.
Tho bark sailed out of view in the
direction of Kaeua Point, and the
schooner soon moved in the same
It looks like a big opium transaction.
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At I'J o'clock noon,
Atiho Auction ltooiii of Jut. I" Morcwi,
will he xold, thorn I'remixei ut Kimiim
kuiilll, Honolulu, Ouliu, and more, parti
cularly descrlU-d in deed of William (3,
Aehl to Alia Moiiioiiu Kiimal ut al. ilated
litt April, KM), und reeortleil in LlherDtJ,
i hi ue 17.1, contaliilii(! an Area o' '2'Ji siiimrii
feet, together with Three, lliilldtli;i there
on. The-e Premise glvn to biiyura u very
!ood Investment uf.er very Utile repair to
Tit e perfect.
AT Kor further pari lenlni-s, nnplx to
A. I'. rKmtSuNiuid
WILLIAM U ACHI,
Attorneys for thu owners,
Honolulu, Deo IN, IUL
Y-Th above halo Is postponed to Jan
uary I'Jth, at the itloicsiud place, lil'-ll
drink not only qucncliL-a
prcBiTVca eood health.
v worui nice iiiitiut)' iuur
in preparation, or in popula-
s wonderful Miecess is a matter of history,
explained by the fuel that people
an 1 appreciate its health aud
qualities. They will not drink the
This delicious temperance
thirst, hut promote
There's no drink iu th
Bl'JhiK, in composition,
and can only hi
AINA Ma KE KUDALA.
K l'OAKAIM, 1ANITAU1 7, !&!.",
Mu ku Mora l'J uwukca,
K kual In oku una ma ke Kildula akea. ma
ku Kami Kudnlu o Jus. K. Morten, keln
man Apaua Ainu c walho hi luu Kaiuim
kunlll, Honolulu, Oahii, u 1 hoakuka la na
lmloiia mu ku l'uliipulu Kual u William
0. Aehl la Aim Muiiiona Kitmal ma, 1
hniiiila ma ka Iu 1 o Ai urilu, lMI, u kopela
ma ka llnku nrf, aouu 17.1, a mu in Aiua he
'2Mi kupuul 111, mo na Hale hoi bkoln e
ku In muliiiiu o ka ulna.
V, loaa ami 1 ka mea kual nml hu uku
pfinfo niulkul no ku tlnlu uiuhope o ku
buna lion aim I na hale.
Ho nialkal ke kuleuim
tm No uu meu I koe, o nlnuii In
A 1'. I'UTKHSON a mo
Wll LI AM O. A0H1,
I do no nu nun o ka ulna.
Honolulu, Deo. 'i'J, lbil. I'.-Jl-lw
Ufc-Ua hoopnueu la aku la kual ktidala
I ku lu Vi o Januari, mala wulil 1 olelo la,
worthlofH and injurious substitutes.
dST Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by The Charles ft. Hires Co., riiiladelphia, U. S. A.
"Wo luivo iiHt'd over threo ilozon bottles of Hires' Hoot Heer this uoa
uoii, ami lluil ft the most delicious mul healthful drink in the market. Jaw.
K. Hammkh, 1 1'JO t!d Ave., Altooiiii, I'll., U. K. A."
"Wo have used your Hoot lleer iu our finally over three yearn, winter
und Milliliter, ami would not do without it. Wo drink it instead of Wdter.
MlhH l.ii'i'iNioiT, Cor. '2d and l'iue Bu., Oiiiuedn, N. J., U. S. A.
IToiutON' Dhuo Company Wholesale Druggists
liKKSON, bMi'ni As Company
IIoi.usTKit Ditua Company, Ltd.. . .
Lewis & Company , , t , , , , . , Grocers