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EVENING BULtiETlN, JANUAHY 80, 1897.
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Best. Rest. Test.
There nro two kinds of sarsaparllla : The best nnd tho
rest. Tho troublo is they look alike. And licn tho rest
dress llko tho host who' to tell them apart ? Well, " tho treo
is known by Ha fruit" That's nn old test and a safe one.
And tho tiller tho treo tho deeper tho root That's another
test What's tha root, the record of these sarsaparlllas ? The
ono with tho deepest root Is Aycr's. Tho ono nlth tho richest
fruit ; that, too, Is Aycr's. Aycr's Sarsaparllla has n record of
half i century of cures ; a record of many medals and awards
culminating In tho medal of tho Chlcn;o World's Fair, which,
admitting Aycr's Sarsaparllla as tho best shut its doors against
tho rest That was gi cater honor than tho medal, to bo tho only
SarsiparllU admitted as an exhibit at tho World's Fair. If you
want to get tho best sarsaparllla of your druggist hero's an
Infalllblo rule: Ask for tho best and you'll get Aycr's. Ask
for Ayur's and you'll get tho best
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Trusting that you may bo in
terested in cycling, wo tako tho
liberty of stating to you a few
facta about our wheels:
We need not troublo you with
needless description of the AVorld
Ftuuod "RAMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, ap
pearance, strength nnd lasting
qualities hns won for tho makers
a name world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" aro oqui
ped wi''i tho great G.ifcJ. Detach
nblo Tiro, which sinco its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho munbors in use, the most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
Wo tako great pleasuro in re
comcr.diug to our frionds tho
"RAMBLER" and trust that iu
furnishing ono to any person thoy
will novor havo occasion to regrot.
Our terras aro such that a bicy
clo is no longor a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of time
nnd monoy. Wo would ask you
tc ' "f nil and got our figures.
As is customary nearing tho
closo of each yonr, tho makers in
axdr tt get ready for tho onsuing
year, offer tho present 1890
Trheols at reduced prices. Wo aro
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of theso reduc
tions as long as our stock holds
out. For those wishing an up to
dnto wheel of tho highest grado,
ono which wo can guarantee to
tho fullest extont, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provomeiits for tho coming senson
wo would say wo auticipato nono.
Such changes which may bo made
will, as has been tho past two
years, be changes immaterial to
the improvement of tho wheel iu
Kindly givo this somo thought
or call your frionds'attoutiou to it
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. , . , For Everybody:
The only corapletu Hue of
MUSIC GOODS !
In tho Ilaisdn. A fow of
our cpeclultles ....
Kingsbury Pianos !
of art In
CHICAGO CO rTAOKOROANS, Un
etjualeit In tone, beauty uud con
st met lono.
KEGINA MUSIC HOXES, the Kin?
or nil, pluya over ono tliotisnno
AUTOHARP3, everybody's lustru-
iiietit, u olillil can play It.
GUITARS, we carry the celebrated
Ilttiry F. Mason, Harwood mid
other niuku, from $4 up.
BANJ03, Stewart, Fnlrburiks &
Colo and other wollknown
ACCORDEONS, the celebrated "1m
perlal" and other good lines.
t&T And a thousand nnd one othe
smaller instruments too numerous to
Our celebrated Wall, Nichols
"Star" Brand of
GUITAR, VIOLIN ana
. BANJO STRfNGS,
Aro the best mivle. U?e no other.
For ull Instruments.
Our slock Ih the most varied to be
found this side of 'KrlHco, anil the
prices the same us you pay in the
All Instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money savers for you.
No. 10 Store
Iigs! Iigsl lugsl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BS5" All Just Rocoived at
AN AST11AL DOriJLB.
"I'crliift tlio lioufiu lit haunted, nuitlmr,"
aid Walter. "Tim runt U too low for n
house without objection."
"Who o.i rtw?" Implied I. "Gliont can't
trouble ih. Tlioy ahvnys coino lit 13
O Clock, IUU1 l mil IllU'.'lJS FlllllUl ixKcp
tlion. If you over clmiicn to bo nwnko lit
that unrocmlr hour, belu pmctlcliiK und
tlmt will drlvo nvon ghontu uway."
Our friundsndlcd, ntid all woro clinrmed
with our ilollntitful llttlo hoina Wnltor
piiictlcril plraillly mid patlrntly mid wni
(jottliiK palo and nervous. Wo uttrlbutvd
It to his porsovi'rliiR work nnd decided to
fpoiuI tho holiday In the. llttlo country vil
lage, which wns our real home, vt Iiir tho
piano ntid c cry noto In tho city. Wo re
turned rcfrohcd mid ready for a 1 1 weoks'
elego of constant xoiind imi8lc.il mid oth
erwise. Wo linil been in town two weekn, not
Ioiik enough to oMTcuino tho effect of our
visit, nor ot to bo tlrid of tho prnttlctuR,
yet Walter was evidently petting thin mid
palo ngnln. I FU;?ested a mild tonic, but
ho did not tako kindly to the Idea, and I
did not InsUt. Then, ono night, I wns
nwnkoned from n Kund hlccp by Walter
("landing hy my hedrhlc, wldo uwiiko,
tliaUlnjf from head to fort.
"Mother," ho snld, "I eiinnot cndiiro
this another night."
"What Is It, my koii!" I nsked, thor
oughly nrciictl by his oseltrd tnncn.
"Como Into my room nnd listen. My
telling will nocr enmlnro yen."
I nrne, threw on n.y wrapper nnd fol
lowed him Into his room, llo turned on
tho light, nnd wo R.it down and waited.
Nothing un usual was lie.ird. Walter re
fused to toll mo what ho had psennr beard,
saying ho preferred to tco If I could expo
rlonco tho siimu thing ho did. For ttircii
fights this was repented; then I told Wal
ter tlint l wotihl e-xcliango rooms whii
htm, na lio wan gottlng hnggard from want
of sleep or anxiety. A wouk passed by, and
I had heard nothing, had not been amiu-rd
or awakened onco, and Walter was mnrlv
oon lined that Ills nervnusiiesn had been
caused by tho electric light billing In his
window, producing dUturblngilrenuiK. Wo
decided to ehango roonm entirely and car
ried all of hN furnlturo Into my room
and mliio Into his, which apparently Fet
tled tho matter. I began to jnko Walter
upon his ghost being o!7 on a Miration,
hut I s.iv this vexed him and dropped, tho
In Mai' h a fit id i.imo n l-lt n'.e, mid
I biiaiid my ivoi.i tiin her. Wo had not
Fcon each other for hoveral e.irs and lay
talking togother till tho clorl; struck 1.
"Thero," I raid, "not iitmthcr word, or
yoti will not I o able to do' tlio city tonio'
roTv Rood night."
Tlio house was sllont
"What's that?" softly said my friend.
I listened. TJump, step, ttcpl Hump,
step, step! A heavy stick was sot upon a
stair; then ono foot, then nnotlier. Out
and over till the top of tho stairs was
leached through tho short hall into our
room. Oh, !ieaens
My friend shrieked, nnd I flew nut upon
tho lloor and turned on tho km us Walter,
whlto as death, came Into the room.
"You have heard it at la-.tr"
No strango pcrmm was In tho room.
Nothing was disturbed. I told Walter
rather sharp')' to go back to lied and not
frighten us again In sueha manner. After
ho had gouo, however, I looked carefully
under tlio bed and into ovory corner, but
dlscocrcd nothing. I returned to my
couch a llttlo nervous and a great doal
vexed with myself. Of courso my friend
and I told ghost stories tho rest of tho
night, mid tho ghost always proved to bo a
oat or a rat. Wo lid not fall asleep till
nearly daylight, vi'o nwoko at 10 o'clock
Then wo laughed at our fright knew It
was not a burgh.'', for It inailo too much
noife, und a ghost would not need a cauo.
It was plainly wholly Imagination.
Wo tramped and rode mid shopped all
tho next day and attended tho opera In tho
evonlng, returning at 12 o'eloel; "used up
entirely." 1 left tho light burning brightly.
At 1, precisely bump, btep, step; hump,
step, step It came again, llko an old man
climbing tho stairs with a heavy cano. My
friend was sound asleep, nnd 1 was glad of
It. Down tho hall 1 1 cmiio and In at tho door.
I was sitting up staling straight ut It, but
saw nothing. Dump, step, step across
tho room to a window whoro stood a largo
armchair. I stared nnd stared and did
not oven wink, hut there, was nothing lu
tho chair simply nothing. I heard no
inoro sounds, llrcathlcss und frightened,
I sat there till cither I fainted or fell
asleep, 1 never shall know which. Tho
next thing I realised it was morning.
Walter and my friend woro up nnd dressed.
Thoy had heard nothing, und I kept quiet
about what I had dreamed (?).
Kvcry night for two weeks this same
tiling happened. My friend went homo,
and I went house, hunting. It only Uink
mo a short half day to ilniUJnst what I
wanted. Then I said to Walter: "This
house Is too small, too dark, too cold, too
everything. I havo taken a liutito on Wll
"All right," ho replied, but I noticed ho
looked n llttlo curiously ut uiu, though ho
said nothing; neither did 1,
When I Informed my landlord of my In
tended remoMil, ho said, "'Ilio Ihiimijhii
have taken Is much smaller and darker
and colder than this ono."
"1 don't think so," I replied shortly.
"By tho way, Mr, II., did anybody over
dlo In this house of yours?"
"No, Mrs. Allen," ho answered. "I
bought It of tho mull who built It. Ho
was an old man, John Huntington hy
nnmo, who was Initio in ono leg, and ho
walked with a stout cane. Ho wont to
Now .Tersoy to live with his daughter when
iho was married. Ho didn't want to go,
though not it bit. Hut bo Is living thuro
I moved, and I often wonder if tho
spirits of tho llvhig haunt tho places which
their hoaits lovo. Niiws-Trluuuo.
Water colors and Oil colors iu
sets suitable for Xmas presents.
King Bros., Hotel street.
Dr. 0. B. High, dentist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dontal Col
lege. 1892. Masonic Temple.
Kroegor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas. W. Boristrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. AVarorooins at
G. West's, Masonic Tom plo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. 37 Tolo-
Castle & Cooke
Sole Agents for
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Atinorcs' Minco Meat in gloss jars,
Old Homestead Minco Meat in 1 llvpkgs.,
Cuttings' Mince Meat in 2 lb. tins,
R. and 11. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
New Crop Pnisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
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Honolulu, April 21, 1S9C.
Mr. O. W. Macfarlank: It affords me plonsure to recommend, to uny ono whose hair
is falling out, thouRootDli. rOTTIK'h II. Mil Oil,. My hair was coming out at such
n rato as led mo tolxliovo that I would soon bccouio b.ld. After using the oil lor live weeks
this ceased entirely; nono whatever is now falling out. I considt r it tho best nnd only
worthy remedy for this troublo and ako recommend it as ft stimulant to now growth.
505 if Yours truly, J. U. DANIELS.
Eort Street, - - - - Tel. -47V
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Tho best of attention given to animals left with us. Careful drivers, rospoctfu.
attendants, promptness, llhcks, Harries, Brakes, Bugpios.PhaetonB, Waennettcs.
Brass Signs and
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Machinist, Nickel anil Silver Plating.
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