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THE DAtT.Y BIHJ.E'riN, MMtrH 5, 1M5.
IN LINCOLN'S HONOR
Travelers tell us tlmt when (ho os
trich is purucd It hides Its head In
the oaml, tho silly bint appearing to
think that If It cannot fice Its pursuers
they cannot m?c It.
Equally alurd are tho-o medical ad
visors who piverlbo for tho symptoms
and not the miiiivo of a dUcatc. Of
tentimes they do this because the
patient de-Ire's It, unwisely demanding
that eruptions or other skin trouble
be effaced at once. To do thi it is
necessary to use poUonous applica
tion, which mttnt sooner or later ag
gravate the dlceasc or cati'c it to ap
pear In new and more dangerous form.
Thero 1 scarcely a single ill to which
flesh Is liqir but what ias its origin in
impure blood. Therefore, the only
way to cure these troubles Is through
the blood. And tho' remedy which
lias proved itself powerful and nuccess
ful when all other prescriptions and
trciktiiicnt failed, is certainly the safest
and surest for you to take.
Head what Kev. Mr. Schnell, a re
spected pastor of Apalachln, N. Y.,has
to say about its success in Ids case:
"Apalachln, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1891.
" C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
" My Dear Sirs: In vlowof tho beneficial
oHoMii T Imvn Imrt from tho use of Hood's
Sarsanarllla I wish to give tho following i
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
Baldwin Locomotives. ! pu-i- nciiis:.
MjSaflSSMSBMfc jfe rt P4iifcfr.
The undersigned having been appointed
'Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
ron Till CKLKHKATKIi
KIIOM THK WOItKS OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for these Kugines,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANUFACTURING A
hTYLK OK LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purpose!
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will have
pleasure In furnishing plantation agents
and managers w Ith particulars of same.
The Snperlorlty of thebo Locomotives
over all other makes Is known not only
hero but Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Bole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
I!S DKOMKAXDMUUKAY HAVE
removed from lloiilanl i Mrcct to the
premises on Fort street, below Hem aula,
foruifrly occupied h Win, G. Irwin, Knj
testimonial as to Its value. I have several
times In my life been badly
Polsonod With Creeping Ivy,
onco when n boy and once when in maturo
life, bo badly that I had to have medical
treatment. As the old school of mediclno
olmply tried to rcmoic the sy mtoms Instead
of trying to remove- tho source of them,
much of tho poison was left In my system
to appear In an itching humor on my
body with ccry violent exertion In warm
weather. At all times thero wero more or
less Indications of poison In my blood, up
to a year ago last winter, when
Large Soros Broko Out
on my body. I then purchased of our
druggist, L. N". Hopkins, a bottlo of
Hood's Sarsaparllla, and after using that
mid a half of another bottle, tho sores
and humor disappeared. I attended
tho Christian Endeavor Convention In
Montreal and also visited tho World's
Fair In tho hottest weather last summer.
Was on tho go all the time, but
Had No Rocurronco
of the burning and Itching sensation
which had marred cery previous sum
mer's outing. I, therefore, havo occasion
to be enthusiastic in my praises of Hood's
Sarsaparllla." Samuel 8. BcnNEix, pas
tor of Frco Daptlst Church.
Hood's Pills becorao the Urorlto cathar
tic with cur j one who tries them. 25c. per box
The business of tho country is
soltling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in the
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho cream is
richer in consequence We believe
wo havo satisfied every one of our
customors who havo taken milk from
us aud we are iu a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialae during tho past two weeks
have had au opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and no louder wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery are the
best. With the exception of a day
or two early in the lato unpleasant
uessour drivers have always been
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with us
aud to solicit a coutiuuanco of thoir
patronage Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
gunrauleo all milk to bo puro aud
freo from adultoration.
The WAIALAE RANCH.
Fine Cassimeres, Serges,
White IJinens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON 8HOItr NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
46 Nuuanu Street.
JJ you are out of Bill Jleuite, tetter
Head 9, etc., we can tupjtly them.
Fatriotio Observance of His Birthday j
in Different Places.
Abraham Lincoln's birthday was
celebrated in many cities of tho
United States on February 12th.
Henry Wattoreon delivered an ad
dross on Abraham Lincoln before
Lincoln Council (Chicago) of tho
National Union. The address was
delivered iu the Auditorium aud it
was filled to tho doors. Tho speaker
paid an eloquent tribute to tho com
manding powers of Lincoln and tho
breadth and liberality of his nature
Speaking of the famous Hampton
lioads conference, when Mr. Lincoln
met the agents of tho Confederacy
regarding teruiB ou which poaeo
could be arranged, Mr. Wattorron
"Mr. Lincoln had intimated that
payment for the slaves was not out
sitfo the possible ngreemont for re
union and peaco. 1 am not going to
toll any tales out of school. I am
not hero for controversy. But when
we aro dead and gone tho private
momoranda of those who knew what
terms wero really offered tho Con
federacy within uiuoty days of its
total collapso will show that in tho
individual judgmont of all of them
tho wisdom of the situation said
Mr. Watterson concluded as fol
lows: "Born as lowly as the son of Ood,
in a hovel, of whnt ancestry wo
know not aud care not, reared in
fionury, squalor, with no gleam of
ight or fair surroundings, without
external graces actual or acquired.
1 without name or fame or official
training, it was reserved for this
strange being late iu life to bo '
snatched from obscurity, raised to .
supreme command at a supremo (
moment and intrusted with the des- ,
tiny of the Nation.
"Where did Shakespearo get his
genius? Where did Mozart get his
music? Whoso baud smote tiie lyre
of the Scottish plowman aud stayed
the life of the Gorman priest? God,
and God alone, and so surely as
these wero raised up by God, in
spired by God, was Abraham Lin
coln, aud a thousand years honco no (
story, no tragedy, no epio poem will
bo hi led with greater wonder or be I
( followed by mankind with deeper
, feeling than that which tells of his J
, life and doath." j
, The Marquette Club held a ban-1
quet at the Grand Pacific Hotol in
. Honor of Lincoln. The principal
' addresses were, raado by George D. j
Feck of Chicago, Charles W Auder j
son of New York, Congressman
( John Dalrel of Pennsylvania, Frank
J. Cannon of Salt Lake, Congress-,
. man Cousins of Iowa and others. '
I The dinner of tho Unconditional
Republican Club of Albany, N. Y.,
in donor of tho birthday of Lincoln
was au event of large importance,
because it brought together such a
number of distinguished men and
orators. Among those who sat down
to dinuer at the Hotel Kenmoro
wore Governor Lovi P. Mortou,
, Lieutenant-Governor Charles T. '
Saxon aud General E A. McAlpin. i
Tho speakers of tho evening wero i
Governor McKiuley, who spoke on I
Lincoln, and General Horace Porter
of Now York, who spoke ou Lincoln
Governor McKinloy, in tho course
of his address, said: "Magnanimity
was one of Lincoln's most striking
traits. Patriotism moved him at
evory stop. At tho beginning of the
' war lie placed at tho head of the
three most important military de
partments three of his political op
ponents Patterson, Butter and Mc
Clellaji. Ho did not propose to
make it a partisan war. Ho sought
by every menus in his power to enlist
ail who wore patriotic, Tho world
now regards with wouder thoiuGnite
patience, gentleness aud kindnosB
with which ho bore the terrible bur
dons of that four ears' struggle.
' Humane, forgiving and long suffer
ing himself, lie was always especially
tender aud considerate of tho poor,
and iu his treatment of them was
full of those little words which are
of the samo blood as great and holy
I Tho receptiou of Governor Mo
Kinley was a remarkable one, tie
800 pnests nrisiug to their feet and
I waving handkerchiefs as they choor
' ed themselves hoarse.
C. D. CHASE,
General Business Agent
heal estate, loans,
AkCUt to Tukn Arlrnmi'itiltrttwinta
to Labor Contracts
Offlct: Safe Deposit Bui dlbg, 4c0 Ft-ii SI.
THI.El'HONK 181 -J
entered lens. You think you
from a cheap glass, because it may have the same amount of
refractive power as the more costly. Sec where tho above
lens focu&es. Sec the scattering of rays. Ah much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is abenation of tho
mind in au insane person; jet this is the general run of
glasses you buy cm-np. How long will your seiibitive eye
stand this strain? Why, until they arc ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such ghbsep, simply becauso they cost
you a little less than the perfect? No, a thousand times, No.
You could not if thoy were given you with a bonus. We
will not sell kuch glasses; would not be guilty of giving
them away. But wo guarantee toTit. every manner of com
' plicated case with the proper and correctly ground glaps, and
to give perfect satisfaction.
P. O. BOX 481
G. N. WILCOX
J. V. HAOKFKLD
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALTHI boing completed, wo aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash, Nitrate of- Soda,
Sulphate of Ammonia, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
gm Special attention glvn to Analysis of Bolls by onr Agrlonltural Chemist.
All Goods are guaranteed In every retpect.
W For further particulars apply to
Pacific Guano & Fertilizer Co.,
eOfi-lm DK. W. AVEKDAM. Mauauer.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of tho Hilo Sugar Company, gios the follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of tho NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was ejected by their works ut tho commoncomont of tho crop
"During tho past wcok tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing tho 125 hours griuding with an output of 300J
tons. This ia fully 10 percent more than tho host work of formor years.
"Tho three roller mill boing 20 in. by 51 in. and tho two roller mill 30 in.
by GO in. '1 ho first mill doing this amount of work in an ctllciont manner
and with great oaso, compared with work on wholo cano, owing to thorough
preparation of tho cano by tho National Cuno Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its uso tho extraction has been increased from 3 percent to 5 por
cent on ull kinds of cano, and in somo cases 80 percent has been reached ;
tho avcrago boing 75 to 78 porcont, according to quality,
"I continue to liud tho megass from shredded cano better fuel than from
"Tho shredder has been working day and night for sovon months and haB
givou mo ontiro satisfaction, having shredded during tlmt timo about soventy
thousand tons of cano, and a largo part of ( being hard ratoons.
"The shreddor and cninno romilm virv liiiln mi nr nti..t;n..
tfm. , ".. . ..
j. ia iin mm ni-uiuuuiu)Ub oi tneso snicuuora may bo scon at tho ofllco of
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
Sol Aant for th llnunitnn hlntuU
Ed. Holfschtoeger & Go. :-:
"Household" Sewlog Hachlnff,
Hnd Sewing Midlines, wlib til Ibe latest Improvements,
Wtsiermayer's Cottage Pianos.
farlor Organs, Guitars, and otour Instruments
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
is a fair and comprcheiiBive
example of a cheap and un
got the samo amount of relief
MUIUAL TELE. 407
& FERTILIZER CO.
Secretary and Treasurer.