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SATURDAY, JAN. 2?, 1W5
Satuhuay, Jnn. 'JO.
U A H 8 Mlonera, Stott, Vancouver nnd
Haw bk K P Ultliot, Morris in, (r nn Pan
Btmr Wiiliili'ulu (ruin Kntinl
Haicrihy, Jan. 23.
0 A 8 8 M low era, Stott, (or I he Colonics nt
I i in
Hlmr I.lkpllkn from Itnwill
Htiur K ii u I a (rain Knlmku
Onrnooa from Island Forts.
Btmr ICInnu-.'WiJ linni niKiir, 21 Iiir corn,
17.1 linns I'dtntocH, U) IikIpi, 7.1 pkgs
outulrli'M, "J."l xhf rp.
8tmr Wiilalvalo-IUOO hagi Mljiar.
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kiilo, T Matthew, J Olhhond, J MuK-tv,
AU It nt irnlti. Kroni Vancouver! Mlns
llntluy, 0 8 llullcy. K J l.auntnn, NMil
11 1 urn .1 Couiht, N He) tldiie, KA Ilogj.'.
and 'ii In trnlt
From Hawaii and Maiti, per stmr Ivlnan,
Jan i'i -VoIjhiki: 0 W O Nolll. V lhltloii
MnM V llnardinan Mln John. on, Mlii
K .M Jackson, )ln O Chamburs J V it own
nn I wlfi), J I! l'l zsliiiliio.9, 0 "llbort, M
I.i'e UuyiKirix: n (' Uoodwin, Mrs l
Bcv rune, 0 U Kenno ly. J A Scott, (I K
Wilder, J It Wilson, l)r II II U IUI.iiih. II
Van (lles.ni, K M Wakellold, V II ughi-lll,
1! V Wat, U M ltot.i-rt.ion, .M (I ht Anm,
l)r J Itavinond, J Ktiahardtin, M rn M
Morris, II 8 Tow rend. ltv V llotshill,
Major McDnutl i, and 31 d clc
Arrived Deo l, stiur Kihuiu Hon (rnm
Honolulu; tt, niiir Kin 11 from llonolnln;
30. wtnir I.Ut-IIko (nun iloniiluhi; Jan 3.
ntiiir Kllaneu Hon from Jinn 1I11 11, niitir
K limn (rum illlu; 0, a inr Kilnuuu lion
from I'lianhnni U.miiir Keniilum from Mm
alaoa: la, ntnir Klnau (rom Honolulu ; HI,
sour W (1 J lull from Honolulu, stmr K.
nan from llllo, xtinr Huw all from Hono
1'ilu, ntnir I.Ike. Ike (mm Honolulu; In,
ntiiir Klnau (rnm Honolulu; ISI, nimr Kl
hiilanl from Honolulu; Jl, nimr Klnatt
iFtiuiuiru uco i, ntiiir Kiiauca lloti
for I'nauhnit; '). slinr Kinaii (or llilo: ;so.
Hinr l.lkullkoior Illlo; J.m 3, btmr l: 1
nun ilo.i for I'liHiiiinn. Himr icinnii for iin. '
noiuiit; 0, nimr hiiauen lien for llono- 1
nimr k nun (or Hit : III. ntiiir WO II 11
) nimr iuaiino lor .miimuii-ii; 1.,
(or Kaluia, Mmr Klnau for Honolulu, stmr
llnwil (or illlo mmr I Ikeliko (or Laupa
lioohoo; i!; ntiiir Klnnii lor loiiiiahoelioo;
'J.'l. stmr klhaluid (or I'naiiiniu; 'il, ntiiir
Klnau (o llouohilu.
FA YK -At SI ina, Kniinl. Jauunry 'Jl, 1M).'i,
to Hip wife 1. 1 11. V. F.tye, a iliiii;liter.
ltlCKOKH-lii this city, Jntiiryai, is-'.-i, ;
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1ft, 1HI7. Anid 17 years.
uviiii 111 iiiiiiiiiii, iiLiiiinui. yiiiin
IW Thu funeral wll t.iko place from
8t. Audri-w'it ('allirdral on tiniiduy altor
110 .11 ai2::io o'clock.
DKATH OF 0. O. BEUOEU.
Ho Was a Prominent Inturanco and
Charles Otto Berger, one of Ha
waii's respected oitizens.died at 1!:1()
o'clock this morning at his home,
Pawaa, after a lingering illness, lie
was born in flintelu, Germany, nn
April 15, 1817. Ho arrived in Hono
lulu in 1878, having come from Now
York and San Krauuisco, in both
of which cities ho was for some
time engaged in business. Ho did
insurance business principally in
New York. In tho oar 18S0 Mr.
JJerger was married to Martha
Widemanu, a daughter of Judge
H. A. Widemauu. With his wife ho
loaves four children. Mr. Berger
was a memner 01 tiio legislature of
18112. Ho was the local agent of tho
Now York Life Insurance Co.. aim
of other insurance companies, and
was an olhcer of tho Underwriters'
Association. For many years he was
seerot ary and treasurer of tho Mutual
Telephone Company. Ho was an
ollicor a long time of tho Kapiolani
Park Association and the Hawaiian
Jockey Club. Mr. Uerger lea-es
many friends who will deeply sym
pathize with tho widow and young
children at well as with a large uir
clo of mourning relatives.
Tho Buston Niiwsrmpor Mnu Winning
u QuHur WuRur.
By the S. S. Empress of Japan,
that arrived at Victoria on the lfith
inst., there arrived F'aul Jones, a
newspaper man of Boston, who is
touring the world 011 a wager and
hopes and expects to win. The tin
iquu conditions of his contract ure
that he, was lo start from Boston
without any money or even clothes,
circle the globe in nueyear, and r
turu with $.1000 and this without
begging, borrowing or stealing. His
many adventures have been tuo.it ex
traordinary, and tho book in which
ho proposes to set them forth should
make very interesting reading. Mr.
Jones has now $1700 to the good,
says the Victoria Colonist, and thorn
remain four weeks of his time allow
ed iu which ho is to complete the
$i()00 and return to Boston. From
Victoria ho went to tho Sound, ami
then ho will proceed to Sau Krau
cisco, 1 m m
THANKS FOIl JFAVOJ1S.
Hoturnud to Thomas Bain Walker
by tho Foundrymon.
Tho following is self-explanatory:
"Tho employees of tho Honolulu
Iron Works who took active part in
suppressing tho lato rebellion dosiro
to express their hearty thanks to tho
Honolulu Iron Works Co. nor
Thomas Haiti Walker hi accepting
their full wages paid by tho above
said -company during their woek's
activo service iu tho tlato rebellion,
and take pleasure to oxpress their
sense iu acknowledging tho appre
ciation of tho patriot spirit which
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Victoria, B. C, .Jan. 10.
I Per 8. S. Mlowcra.l
THE OniENTAL WAR.
Corroboration by a War Uorrpsnond
ent of Port Arthur Atrocitms.
Frederic Vidian, tho fauions nrtist
antl war corri'spoudont, arrived from
thu Oriout by thu Empress yester
day, and, while a rival correspond
ent, makes olio more to corroborate
James Creoltnan's account of tho
horrors incidental to the taking of
"Va tho picture overdrawn?" ho
ays; "it could not bo. The aclB of
ruiliauisui, of savagery, of violence
loo horrible to escribe, were with
out number. 1 am not a stranger to
war, but in all my campaigning I
had never before witnos;d such
scones as wore presetted at l'ort
Arthur. It was not war at all. The
imtsacro continued unchecked for
days after tho taking of l'ort Ar
thur. It was then that it ceased to
bo war and became pitiless, ruthles,
tiujustifi-iblo slaughter, the non
belligerent citizens furnishing tho
food for the Intugry Japanese
swords. ('reelman'H account was
temperate in the extreme. Instead
of erring on the side of sensational
ism L consider it too lenient ii any
tliing. The correspondent of the
Times sent to his paper an article
couched in much sterner terms of
censure upon the barbarity of thu
Japanese. I sent a stronger accouut
to the Standard, and what is more,
I have with mo kodak photographs
taken while tho streets ran blood
photographs of tho butchery of help
less citizens long after Port Arthur
was in tho hands of tho Japanese
photographs which I have brought
through Japau with the greatest
caution and some dilliculty, and
which will mutely but eloquently
ivo the lie to anyone who says that
Mr. Creolman drew tho long bow."
Mr. 'Vdliors thou scores without
mercy tie Ouerville, a correspondent
of the Jlorahl and Leslie's Weekly,
who had contradicted Creolman.
,l". U""K ' '" "i"'H '
undermine Greeluiau, when ho wont
lie charges him with trying to
out urst, iy represeuiiug mm to 1110
Japanese war department officials as
a Chinese spy, although Creelmau
uad formerly shown him great kind
ness. Mr. Villiers does not think that
tho war is near its end tho opinidu
in tho East is that tho peace over
tures will end in nothing. lie is of
tho opinion, however, that there will
be no attompt to reach 1'ekiug until
tho spring, liy the time hostilities
are re-opened, tho veteran corres
pondent fullv eiDccts to see Hussin
tnkiug a baud in tho game with
wliat other European powers lie
hesitates to say. Ho has watched
the trend of events carefully and so
hrmly convinced is ho 01 tho tiuth
of his prediction that all his ar
rangements aro being made to return
to the field on the first note of the
ro opening of battle.
As to the number and condition
of tho Chinese ships in Woi-hai-wei,
the Japanese warship Yoshiuo Kan
has recently secured accurate infor
mation by a neat and daring strata
gem. Itepaintiug with tho utmost
dispatch she hoisted the Chinese
colors and started for Woi-hai-wei
pursued by Japanese man-of-war.
I'ho pursuing vessel fired several
shells at tho disguised steamer and
tho neoploiu Woi-hai-wei, complote
ly deceived by tho stratagem, sig
nalled tho Ihing steamer lo enter
port. She availed herself of the in
vitation only long enough to ascer
tain that tho Cheu-yuen, Ting-yuen,
Fingyuen, Chi yuen, Kwan-ping.
Clieu-luug, Chen-pia, Chou-tiau and
Chen-poh were lying at anchor with
in. Then sho lied The ruso was
discovered as sho was leaving harbor
several shots were sent alter
her, but not one struck her. The
last four of the ships mentioned aro
coast defence vessels with a speed of
about live knots. 1 hey are, however,
heavily armed, each of them carry
ing five 2(1 centimetre guns.
A telegram from Shanghai says
that although the majority of tliso
are not in coudit ion to do battle ships
with tho Japanese, tho government
at Peking has no idea of the fact
and imagines that the Pei yaui;
ftjundroii would win a decided vie
ory could it but moot the oiiemy.
Indeed, it is said, that orders have
iceo issued that it must o and find
I he om-iny. Of the Chinese land
forces, it is said that the troops are
massed in great strength at Lao
vaug and its vicinity, aud that Gen
eral I, whoio fori'MS recently ad
vanced from Snimakui as far as tin-ueu-shau
with the idea of recovering
Feug-hwnu, h;nl his headquarters iu
Lao yaug, which place is also the
Inso im the tmops holding the
Keiighwau Lno-jang road and the
Motien pass. Lao yaug has already
bo it re.-onnoiteied by tho first army
aud an attack upon it may be ex
Japanese papers also publish a
telegram from Shanghai under date
January 1, to the effect that Admiral
Freemantle, leaving H. M. S Caro
line at tho Saddles, has proceeded
with eleven ships to Woosung ami
anchored there near tho forts, send
ing about 0110 thousand armed men
ashore and relieving them overy
forty-eight hours. Tho telegram
adds that the Chinese Southern fleet
is lying near tho British squadron.
The same papers have also a iole
gram from Hiroshima saving that
tho Toughaks in Chollado aro devel
oping uulooked for strength. Thoy
have orected a kingdom calling it
Kalian, have olovated 0110 of tho no
bles of l ho locality to be its sover
eign and have appointed ministers
aud other administrative olllcers.
Tho French crisis is serious. M.
Casimir Porior has resigned tho of
fice ot Preaidout of Franco. Uo an
nounced his rosignatiou yesterday
evening at a specially summoned
meeting of tho Cabinet, having pre
viously informed M. Challomel
Locour, president of the Senate, of
his inability to solve the problem
presented by tho rosignatiou of Pro
Tho news of tho President's resig
nation spread like wildfire through
out Paris, and was received ovory
whore with consternation amounting
almost to paralysis. In tho news
paper offices tho first report was
considered absurd, but was soon
confirmed. Almost simultaneously
crowds began gathering in front of
tho newspaper ollices and in the
public places, inquiring for further j
particulars antl discussing tho situa-,
tion. The following ollicial commu
nication, dictated or written by M.
Casimir-Perier, was made public be
"Tho President of tho Republic
has takou a resolution to resign his
ollicial functions. Yesterday's pro
ceedings andtho vote iu tho Cham
ber of Deputies are in his eyes but
secondary incidents of tho struggle
that has begun against tho parlia
mentary regime and public liborty.
He had honed that the President of
tho Republic, being unprovided with
tho means of action, would remain
outside tho lines of party struggles,
and that the political confidence of
all parties would give him the neces
sary forco and authority. Ho had
hoped that those who, in spite of
hiin-elf, had placed him in a position
where ho cannot defend himself,
would undertake tho defence of the
first magistrate of the state. Ho
has requested the ministers to with
draw their resignations provisionally
in order to assure tho regular trans
mission of his powers to a successor.
M. Charles Duptiy, president of tho
council, has informed the presidentof
t ho senate and chamber of deputies of
the decision of tho Presidentof the
Republic, aud thoy aro goiug to con
voke parliament with urgoncy."
M. Challetuel Lacottr, president
of tho senate, allowed himself to be
interviewed by the United Press cor
respondent lato this evening, not
withstanding tho groat pressuro of
business thrust upon htm by tho
president's resignation. Ho siid
that it had not yet been decided
whether to convoke tho uatioual as
sembly to elect a successor to M.
Cassimir Porior the 18lh or I'Jth
inst. Ho will probably a'liiounco
tho dale to morrow on thu meeting
of tho seuao and chamber of depu
ties. M. Casimir-Porior's reference
iu his public communication to his
inability to defend himself in the
presidency may, according to the
trustworthy information obtained by
tho United Press correspondent, be
explained by tho fact that as ho was
a sub-secretary of state iu tho cabi
net which concluded tho railway
conventions iu 1S8J, ho regards the
adverse vote on the subject in tho
chamber on Monday as a personal
reflection upon him, although ho had ,
no voice iu the cabinet when the ,
conventions wero made. Whether I
this be the true reason of his resig
nation or not it protes to what
length ho is prepared to go against
the Socialists, whom ho regards as
aiming at a revolution.
hen the United Press corre
spondent left tho chamber of depu
ties at 7:30 o'clock this evouing not!
thoslightest supiciou of Casimir
Perier's ititentioii to resign had been
oven remotely suggested, so that the
announcement, when made, came '
like a thunder clap from a clear sky. ,
Tho extremist newspaper men ro- I
coived tho news with jubilation. The j
editors of Li Petito Republiquo wero
wildly elated, but considered it cer
tain that M. Casimir-Perior would
bo re-elected if ho would agaiii bo a
candidate. Otherwise, there is a
cousousus of opinion that Henri Bris
sou is certain to bo elected to the
proidonoy of tho republic.
Jean Pierre Paul Casimir-Perier is
iu tho -18th year of his age. His
craudfathor was prime minister iu
, 1831, and his fathor was a minister
and a senator. Tho President, great
ly distinguished himself during the
"lege of Paris as a captain of tho
Mobiles do l'Aube, and was made
Chevalier of tho Legion of Honor iu
1871 for bis services. S'uco thou ho
has been iu turn a member, vice
president and president of the
Chamber of Deputies. Ho became
President of tho Republic on June
'27, 18D1, having been elected by a
large majority on the assassiuatioii
of President Carnot.
The Paris cor respondent of tho
Daily News say-: "M. Casimir I'oricr
hassubiu ttcd to the ministry askotch
or his message to bo mad to the
chambers to-morrow. He refers to
thu spirit in which ho assumed the
post of honor aud danger to which
ho was called without having sought
it. '1 hail the single minded wish,'
ho says, 'to be not a man of pnrty
but a man of all France, to defend
order, seeking inspiration from the
example of the lamented Carnot.
Hut to my deep sorrow I found that
I pleased no party. 1 was atta ked
on overy side. Tho attacks varied
iu form, but all showed a personal
ill will.' "
MUHDEIl AT KO LA.U
Uhliiuso Storukropur Wantonly Shot
Duad by a Native
A Chinaman was shot dead yester
day noon by a native boy named
Kiln at lvaalaea, tho other side of
this island. A rillo was used by Kiln
nntl only one shot was fired. Tho
cause of tho shooting could not bo
ascertained cert ninly over tho wire,
but, as the Deputy Marshal under
stood, the native hud demanded a
drink from a Chinese storekeeper,
for Chinese now year's sake, ami 011
being refused shot tho Chinaman.
Deputy Marshal Brown loft for that
place this morning to investigate tho
affair, lvila is tinder arrost.
A Ohauco tor War
A detachment of Brazilian troops,
which was hotly pursuing a uumbnr
ot insurgents in tho province of Itio
Grande Do Sul, crossed tho Urugu
ayan f rout lor. A forco of Uruguayan
troops opposed tho advance of tho
Brazilians and two detachments
opened lire on each other, Ono
Uruguayan ollicor aud three Urugu
ayan soldiers wore killed.
FINDING OF WEAPONS.
Abnraharua Confesses That He Did
Not Toll the Truth on Trial.
Senior Captain Parkor has beon
doing oxeollout work during tho
past fow days, Ho has made sovoral
of tho prisoners "squeal" and divulge
the hiding places of brand new pis
tols and other munitions of war.
Nineteen more pistols havo been
captured and are stored in a locker
in tho Polico Station. Thoy wore
shown a Bulletin reporter this morn
ing. Thoy ore 38 and 11 calibre aud
are fiuo weapons. Bolts for pistol
cartridges havo also been captured.
Captain Parkor succeeded in mak
ing Aborahama, one of tho prison
ers who was on trial with Lot Lano
and Uipikauo, reveal to him the
hiding place of tho pistol with
which ho threatened natives on tho
memorable Sunday, Jan. G. Abora
hama testified before tho Military
Commission that ho never carried a
pistol, did not know how to use ono,
and nevor pointed ono at anyone,
threatening lo shoot thoin if thoy
did not go to tho war. This morn
ing, however, ho told the captain
that ho had hiddeuhis pistol iu a
cavo on the makai side of Diamond
Head. An ollicor was sent with
Aborahama to secure the pistol.
AKUIVAI, OF S S MIOWEBA.
Burners of nomine; Rovolution Had
Boon Hoard in BritiBh Columbia.
The C. A. S S. Miowora, Captain
Stott, arrived this morning from Vic
toria aud Vancouver. Sho loft Van
couver on January 18, having been
dulayotl two days for mails. The
Miowera brought a number of pas
sengers for this port, besides between
7(K)and 800 tons of freight.
News of tho uprising iu Honolulu
had not reached those places, blit
there wero faint rumors that a revo
lution was imminent iu tho Hawai
Purser Young states that no in
telligence had reached Victoria or
Vancouver up to their sailing as to
when the S S. Australia would leave
Tho Miowera will loavo for tho
Colonies via Suva, Fiji, at -1 o'clock
Doath of J. Q. Fair
James G. Fair, ox Senator of the
United State, died at tho Lick
house, Sau Francisco, shortly before
midnight of December 28. Tho
Lick house was owned by him. Ho ,
had taken to his bed four days pre
viously. Fuir was burn near Bel
fast, Ireland, Dec. 3. 1831. Hocamo
to California iu 1811) when 18 years
of ago. Iu the early seventies ho
was a poor man. He went into tho
stock market with Flood, Mackay
and O'Brien, aud they all made
great wealth. Fair stopped specu
lating iu mines but still held them,
aud ho accumulated a great pro
perty iu Sau Francisco. His wealth
at death was estimated at nearly
$10,000,000. By an olographic will
(that is, done in his own handwrit
ing) without witues", shortly before
his death, ho left his fortune to his
three children, share aud share alike.
The children aro Mrs. Herman Oel
richs, Miss Birdio Fair and Charles
L. Fair. When Charles married, his
father disinherited him, but later be
coming reconciled to him ho de
stroyed a will that loft Charles out.
The Senator's lato wife was divorced
from him. Sho was a Catholic aud
brought her daughters up in that
faith, but I' air himself belonged to
Grace Episcopal church.
J. W. Chapman, the well-known
caterer, is now open for engage
ments for banquets, weddings, balls,
dinner parties, garden parlies, etc.
Address him caro of Bullkti.v ollice.
OFFICE FOR BKNT.
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a fcood position, di-Hlr.9 to imgago In
cur iioniiuuru nun a von
foil 1; Lilly, with
11 view to mutr uioiiy. A
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ih-MTililnK s)iiiiliiinn; rail or nddreas 4U0
tlcnry t . tirtvalH Hiitrance -HiTi Mason St..
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Ifynur tuhxuriptitm hun expired not'
' 1 I'li'x lime tn rennn it
ci mured lens. You think you
from a cheap glass, because it may have tho same amount of
rcfraotivu power as the more costly. See where tho above
lens focuses. See the scattering of rays. Ah much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is aberration of the
mind in an insane person ; yet this is the general run of
glasses you buy ctuap. How long will your seiiMtive eye
stand this strain? Why, until they are ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such gliir-sos, simply buenuso they cost
you a little less than the perfectV No, a thousand times, No.
You could not if thoy were given you with a bonus. We
will not Bell fctieh glasses; would not bo guilty of giving
them away. Hut wo guarantee to fit every manner of com
plicated caso with the proper and correctly ground glass, and
to give perfect satisfaction.
The Misery Ceforo Taking
The Happlno8s AftorTaklng
Mr. Jt. H. JtUhop
Hunmnnton, N. J.
" C. I. Ilood A Co., Lowell, Man. 1
"l)nrijlrii I have been In poor health tot
to er 2S jrcan, nJ have been taking iluctori'
neJlcliKt mor or lei all th time. I did not
Kt much relief. Mjr blood wa la a bod ship
and my tystem w.ij all run down. I thought I
But die, but tiotlclnc tereral testimonials la
the papers In behalf ot Hood's Bartapartlut I
bouiut three bottles and found thatltdldme so
iniKh good Hint I rutitttiued taking It. I was
jdthout appetite, slothfully sleepy, and had a
headache inuit all the time. In fact I rannot
describe my fccllnps. At ler using ono bottle of
Hood's Baxsapullljj I round Ii was doing me
tnuoh good and now I cannot pralite the medi
cine too much (or what It has done (or me. I
nn a disabled soldier e years old and was af
flicted with many ailment', Including kidney,
bronchitis, and catarrh. Klnrc using 6 bottles
ji iiwiui (Miai'triiia 1 nni iiko nnoiner mnu.
life." It. II. lliMior.Itox 410, llammcmton, Ni
in inci 1 iiiiim noons bars.mirui.i saved m
tHood'a Pllla are prompt and efficient, yol
easy lu action. Hold by all druKelsU. Sic.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole AkoiU Inr thn Itnpnhllc ol Hawaii.
toward t'ht.ibliHhiii tho btiiiid
iiitf of a business bonne in any
comnun ity, and the jood-will
and patronage wo luivu had
! during the a-t forty yea'-n in
dicate, not on y that we have
the I'OI'Ul.Alt AI'PKOV.M., hut
that tliiiM' v
with us h ive
Hiitislie 1 with
h' h ve dea t
Wo alt met and retain pat
ronage, more b the kxcki.-
LKXC-. OF (JUALITIKS shown
ami our itxusoNAm.K pkicks
tha 1 by pro, o-tcous olanuN
of K'llii'g goods I) low co-l,
Wo repeat a wo h ive n:iid
before thai when 3011 pay le.su
for goods thitii wo adc for
them you gist an inferior
Whilo wo catry a hlock of
dry goods that is complete in
every sonso from the lowest
priced goods to the most
luxurious made, wo make a
spool iity ot tn-' ni!hcbt grade,
uosigiiH 01 me
it is worth your whilo al
ways in making purchases to
look at our stock before de
ciding. If wc have what you
want you will certainly buy ir,
if quality and price aro any
This week Ladies' Under
wear in connection with our
general stock will receive con
sider blc attention ; it is our
intention to make a run of
them aud as the stock is an
over large one, first buyers
will havo first choice.
R. P. KH LICKS at. CO.
Pure Guava& Poha Jelly
Put up by Mits. A. P. J0NKH.
H. W McGHESNBY & SONS,
1 J 15, Agents, (Jneen Slriwt, Dm
is a fair and comprehensive
example of a cheat) and un
jrot tho same amount of relief
1 i H
3ST. S. SACHS,
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Port St,
This delicious temperance drink not only quenches
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink iu the world like HIRES' KOOT
HE Kit, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
and can only bo cxplined by tho fact thut people
evt ry whoru recognize an 1 appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualities. They will not driuk the
worthlups and injurious substitutes.
(J3f" Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by The Charles E. Ilircs Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"We have mud over three dozen bottles of Hires' Hoot Uccr this sea
son, and find ft the most delicious and healthful drink in tho market. Jam.
F. Hammkh, 1 120 '.M Ave., Altoonn, Pa., U. S. A."
"Wo have used your Root Uccr in our family over three years, winter
und hi miner, mid would not do without it. Wo drink it instead of water.
Mihh Lii'i'i.vcorr, Cor. U and Pino Sts., Oamcdn, N. J., U. S. A.
IIohuox Dituo Company ':,
Hknson, Smith & Company...-..,
HoLLirtTKit Dituo Company, Ltd.,
Lewis & Company ,
P. 0. llOX 4SI
N WILCOX ,,
MAY . ..
WOHKS AT KAUIU
ALSO kkkp CONSTANTLY on hand
L'noilKi luiuim. l,tash,
b'ulph.ito of A mm -nia,
ATriiu''.l.Ht'''l,,,,m t5.W.H" lo A''"'l ot Bolls hy our Agricultural Chemist.
Alt U.wds are cuaraii.eo t in every re wct. . vu.uim
tfor nirther iartiuular
'cm I I in
Ed. Hoifschlaeger & Co.
"Household" Sewing Machines,
Hind St vial Mictjloes, wltb ill tbt litest ImproTements.
Wesiermiyer's Cotlige PIidoi.
Pirlor Organs, Goltiri, and older Instruments.
. "Wholesale Druggists
MUTUAL TKLE. 07
& FERTILIZER CO.
.Beorirtury i d Trcusurur.
being completed, wo aro now ready
all kinds of
Nitrate of Soda,
Cnlcinod Fertilizer Salts,
Guano 4 Fertilizer
UK. W. AVKKDAM. Maniuer.
ana Bethel Streets.
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