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,. A Histor of Cholera Epidemics
It is idle, no doubt, to at present
npon tlie hence and the -"hither of the
epidemic of cholera reported from Egypt. As
becomes a place -which lias experienced 10
attacks of cholera (some of them
within tho last SO years, Mecca, open the
occurrence of an outbreak, ordinarily takes
precedence among tlio gravely-suspected
sources of disease. During tbo whole of last
summer cholera prevailed to an unusual extent
in Japan. There wan also about tho same
time a very destructho epidemic raging in tho
Souloustcl and Philippine archipelago.
"For the last 100 years or raoro cholera has
been treated as an "institution" of India,
and the mortality bills there are on a largo
scale. The last notable outbreak in India
was amongst nn assemblage of pilgrims at
AUanaoaa in January last year. The lirst
historical academic, so far as Europe is concerned,
commenced towards the close of 1629.
Cholera then reappeared in Persia, and, gaining
a footing in tho Caucasian provinces
bordering upon the Caspian, it entered Itussia
in Europe. Tho capital-, old and new , and
other parts of the great empiro came under
tho scourge. Gravo alarm spread over Europe,
whore the dread disease had put itBclf in
evidenco for the first time. It passed from
Itussia to Austria, Hungary, and Germany,
tho victims in tho latter country alone numbering
more then 300,000. Upon tho 22nd of
October, 1831, it was brought in a ship from
uermany to huniicrlaiiU; on icuruary C, 1832,
it appeared in Edinburgh, and on .February 13
inltothcrhithe and Limehouse, and on March
13th it was reported from Dublin, and duriug
thejearit prevailed extensively throughout
almost the entire kingdom. Tho exact numbers
are unknown, as thero was then no
registration or deaths, but tho deaths of 52,-317
person were reported through various
sources to tho Hoard of Health. France,
Spain, and Italy afterwards got their turn.
Between March and August 18,000 pcoplo
died of tho disease in Paris, v here, as in
Hungar-, tho people, being suspicious of
occult poisoning, were ''excited to madness
and murder." From Franco tho cholera
crossed tho Atlantic, and spread through
Xorth and Central America. From Germany
it had previously tratrllcd into TurLnt. A
little while alterwards it pressoatcd itself in
Arabia, Egypt, and tbo Nile district, and it
was general throughout North Africa in 1835.
In 1811a great epidemic broke out in India
and China, and, developing upon tho lines of
the former epidemic, it reached Europe in
1817, and, passing oi er tbo Coutinent, cled
to Atacrica and the West Indies, thero being
10,000 cases in Jamaica in 1800. It was in
October, 1818, that the first caics becasno
known in England. On Juno 3, 1819, the
deaths in Fans numbered 110. On June 11
.the General Board of Health in England reported
that sinco tho latter end of March tho
disease had broken out in twclvo different
parts of in 21 towns in
iuuu aim uaies, ana i low ns in Scotland,
Up to this time thero had been iu this country
about 7000 deaths out of 15,500 attacks. During
the week ending September 15 tho deaths
in London wcro3183, the ordinary aicrage
then being 1008. By order of the Queen, the
following day, Sunday, prayers were offered
up in all the churches for tho roruoval of the
scourge. Tho number of deaths from cholera
from Juno 17 to October 2 in Loudon alono
was 13,101. Tho sickness disappeared in the
raiddlo of October. Out of a population of
17,501, 050 in this country 53,203 died of
cholera, and 18,8S7 of diarrhoea.
uas nan experience oi lour epidemics
of Asiatic cholera. The two remaining
outbreaks of which w o hat o to speak
wero much milder in character than thoso
already described. On September 1, 1853,
tho disorder again broko out with great sovcri
ty in Newcastle, and North Shields and other
adjoining towns suffered greatly. In July,
1854, it again made its presence lelt over tho
t whole of tho metropolis. The epidemic reached
its height in tho second week of September,
almost on the same day that tho of
1SI0 occasioned tho highest mortality. Indeed,
as jur. ouincriana reported to tlio General
Board of Health, thero w as a rcmarkablo
similarity throughout in the progress and
development of both epidemics. In tho week
ending September 0 there were 2050 deaths
from cholera in London. Tho epidemic
'reached its maximum in nine weeks, but tho
mortality did not tell to that of the first week
until 13 weeks after the maximum period.
Trom tho 1st of July to tho loth of December
tho total mortality from cholera in London
was 10,075, and from diarrhoea 2001; while
from typhus, it was 1317. On the north sido
of the Thames thero was one death in a.ia in
habitants; of the south side tho proportion
was one to evcrv I0S. Diir'nt. tl, .i.it.mn
the terrible disease appeared in many parts of
the kingdom, and in some cases the epidemic
was severely felt. It was in Iho September of
uio -cur mat iioru raimcr6ton issued his
'famous rebuke to tho Presbytery of Edinburgh,
which had suggested a national fast.
iiPCn,m'H has done his utmost for his own
safety, said the Homo Secretary, "then is
the timo to invoke the blessing of heaven to
give effect to his exertions." In Julj, 1851,
tho alarming intelligence reached England
that the cholera had appeared
troops in the Crimea. EegimenU wero reduced
to 300 or 400 sickh men. It tool; tho Guards
two marches to get over tho ten miles of
ground lying between Alladvn and v...
During an expedition to Kortcudji nearly 3000
Frenchmen were swent -war. Vnr n-.. . -
the epidemic prevailed extensively on tho
wuunr.ni, iv.uuu persons dying at Naples
and it also Bproad with great wrulcnce over
North and South America. Tea years elapsed
before tho awful scourge again visited Europe.
From Jane to July, 1805, it had raged at
Alexandria, and in August it was causing
deaths at the rate of 2000 a day in Constantinople.
Tho deaths in Constantinople had
reached nearly 50,000, when the great fire on
September 6, which destroyed 1500 houses
besides mosques and other public buildings'
pretty summarily closed tho career of the
epidemic At Ibis time, also, it was to bo
fonnd Bussia, Italy, Spain, and France,
and Anstna lost 10,000 lives. In April, 1866
the cholera reached England, via Bristol and
Liverpool; bnt tho number of deaths, it tr. .
great satisfaction to those persons who bad
-beta interesting themselves between epidemics
in the promotion of sanitary reform to known
did.no materially affect tho returns of mor'
uuuy ior uic wnoio Kingdom for the year. In
luowoura oiEincr, cowevcr, 0973 persons
died of cholera and 31 97 of diarrhoea,
parly in tho East-end. In describing "tho
catastrppbe in which 4500 penshed in East
'London," Dr. Farr hints not obscurely that it
was -very largely traceable to tbo character of
the water supply, Wbithin a few -necks
0,000 was raised for the relief of tho distress
in London, tho Queen subscribing 500
The dese of the year saw it extinct in London,
out a longer time elapsed before it was banished
from the Continent. Since then only
Isolated grounds of cases have been reported
in our quarter of the, nrn
,fpj?' ,r 1 S.B. DOLE, Preside
1 OKT STREET, ABOVE KIMJ,
New Goods of Various Descriptions
Chinese and Japanese Ware!
ALSO, LATEST STILE OF
EUROPEAN NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY!
FINE SETS OF TIGER CLAWS
Silk Handkerchiefs (hemstitched).
All colon and qnalltlc
A riMS ASSOItTMEIiT V
Japanese Lacquered Ware
Also, o. 1 Iticc Tor bale.
J. D. RAMSAY,
: 1 :
Goods Delivered to Customer's
Frco of Charge,
Jnet Received late arrivals, a fresh line of
Garden Seeds & Fresh Groceries,
37- ALL ORDERS FILLED WITH PROMPTNESS. UE)
"IS ISLAND OHDEltS SOLICITED tf
To the Proprietors of Sugar Mills.
A t AGENT rOK TIHST CIiA&S
A A11T1SANS. Hit undersigned! prepared to Contract
for building 1'crforatctl llot Air rurnbete iwllh
rrrat dispatch) according to tho design- or ttiulatc
celebrated Chemical I'tnncv, formerly professor
of Chemcstrjr at tbc Anderioiilan Unhcrtily,
Glasgow, all parties from any
imasinarr Vatcnt Infrinecmcnts or lto;altls which
Impair the solidity of tlic work anldinilnlsli tho results
obtained from birolnc the nicgass direct from
the rollers, effecting paramount objects, viz: of
foci lador.drving sheds, tratmrats. wagons, etc
c. in nccn street
A Good Business Chance.
Good Will of the Business with Four
Years' lease of Premises.
A. A. MONT.&H
Offers Bar Sale His
Furniture, Fittings, Instruments, and crervthin" re
queue ior carrying on ine Business, wllna
numerous stock of egatlves, Pictures, Mats, Frames,
The Business Is well established, and bclnir run on a
pood paying basis, and uonldprovca profitable investment
to the rlcht party.
The present proprietor's reason for wishing to
of this valuable business Is In consequence of
hating important ranch interests which require his
1 Onalllr, ood the best In
Terms 0-7. For particulars oppljr to A
rhoiojraplilc Oallcry, corner of Klnz and Fort
ttrcet. llonolnln 11 I. vm lm
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS
113 Fort St., - - - Honolulu, H. I.
GINGER ALE, and
ThatlsSopcriqrin QCALITV and FLAIOK to
ercr prodaced bcroro Id this Ktnsdom
Delicate Flavors and
used In tt Mannfucture of the abore Jnjtlr
Soda Water. (ner Jn-,1 i;n..
Ginger Ale ' 75
bole Agents for the Itlandi, for
Bethesda Water !
f" On Bransht acd Bottled to Order
LAINE & CO.
HAti: A LMtti; STOCK OK TIIE
, G-ram, fec.
AVfllCn Iti OFFERED AT THE
Lowest Market Prices
AKD DIUVERED FREE tj m PaRT OF THE CITT
ACiEXTS rOR TIIK .
Paciflc MntnalLifc Insnrauco Company,
Agents for the "H00VEE TELEVEOXE."
tSTTSlEPJIOXEso. 147. m tf
Suggestions to the Public,
uilh Heznlatlons to the
Mailing and Registry of Letters
Kates of Postage to Countries in and out
of tho Postal Union.
1 Mail all letters, tie., at forty at po$tilkctpeehi
IT when nt in larco numbers, a it freqneMJj the
ca with and circular The labor of the
It Ittre, when mailcU
In laro are tied in bundltf, ivllli the ad
dreecesiU In one direction
S SlaLe the addrea on all foreign letters legible and
complete, divine the name of tlie tac Matt,
when addriMed to the t btatet The name of
the street uoU number of the hoatc should alto be
f;lren, where letter-carriers are while the
ctter will CTcntoally reach Us dettlntllon wlikont a
number the omission i nfien a wmxnf
and deloj In the caec of Icturs for fortln couatrlc
and especially n Canada, In wluco couitiy there in
iitufji me name lumes ns jiosi unices
Jn the Unittd States and Lngloiid, the came of the
cuumry as wen as mo sLould be RlTea hj
fall Isctlcrs addressed. Sot instance, merely to " London,
luthout adding "England," aro frequently sent
to Loudon, Canada, and net vena, thereby causing
delay, uid often srrtuus loss Letters addressed to
llarlingtoa K, (-Nora bcotla),oflecgo toUarlfng
ton, ew ork, on account of the resemblance between
H and "i Mben carelessly written
3 Always write the address with Ink, and not with
Pencil Of ailT kind, as marten nftmi Imr.m
trascd and the address rendered IlUcible
4 M old, as mnchas .possible, using envelopes made
of thin paper, especially where inure tlian cue i licet of
Eaper, or an uthei article than aner. Is cncJwcd
ciol' often handled, and especially In ttic omUcd
maillogs carried on horeebock, uch envclopts not un
t reqacntly spUt open.xlTinc cause cf complaint agaiitat
olilcialB n ho arc entirely innocent in thti matter
5 erer tend money or any other article of ralac
tbruach the mail, excent elllipr tho nf
money-order or In a recUttred letter.
C Postage etamjis should be placed on the upper
rlht hand corner of thSnddreseideof the mail matter.
7 The cattlncr of uosUnre stain ia In Iwn nr
pieces Is prohibited, and no letter faring a mutilatul
(lamp on It will be forwarded.
8 PttfitfifTC Arc --il. n.f i,. -l
of them on credit is fatrlctly prohibited '
9 -Anything in addition to an addrew written or
printed on tiie address side of postal cards renders
them nn ma liable
a domestic letter being forwarded in
the It hare not less than two cents In
postage tarai affixed If less than tho full pontaze
has bten iald, double the amount due most be iaid by
tbc party reckvlni; it
II A enbecriber to a newspaper or twriodlcat who
cuatRC his rcsldeut and siioald at once
noitfr the rhanro .mrl ! - nn).ti.
cation sent to his new ad rcss
li I'nbtishcrs and new agents mailing printed
matter in quantities will racillate its distribution, and
often hasttn lis bvasrtln? nrh
fcutesnndT.rTitoneinndtLcJarer cities, if foreign,
or by Ieland, If domestic
! All Inquiries, whether from iwt masters or the
nubile, rclatne olost nrmisslnir mtl ..-..
description, both foreign and domestic, ordinary and
rcjrifctercd, should be addressed to the Oeneral
Jlonolula, and losses or should be
reported as soon as knowledge is had of their occur
II Siud all letters uewspapers and small parcels
to the post office As a rule they will so safer aud
reach their destination more quickly in the malls than
When sert In flnr rtlher ivst
about tho noa receipt of K iters are traceable to thtlc
iviiig tvui uj iuujcv ivuveyancc ouisiue ID' mails
15 Domestic postal cards, costing one cent each,
can be purchased at every Also, two-cent
portal cards mailable to the United Mates, Canada
and Mexico, and three-cent postal cards, mailable to
any country in the postal union.
IC Double postal cards, called "return postal cards,"
Intended for an Immediate reply to a correspondent
will eoon be the cost being Scents 1 cent
for the inquiry card, and 1 cent for' the return card
17 Leitern and papers addressed to persons residing
in Honolulu should have the trect and number, or
some other desiicnattd place of delivery, as it Is the
purpose of the Depart men t to establish letter carriers
in Honolulu as -ou a practicable
IS The issue of nn U trrUtitr
prohibited, and no money win be received by a postmaster
In payment for money orders Issued, except
that which is legal tender, or bank check, orders and
certificates of deposit.
10 Letter boxes will be prctuircd as soon as practl
cable. In all the post-offices In the Kluedom, and all
persons who are In regular receipt of letters and
to their convenience to have
20 A letter deposited in the mill can be recalled
only by the writer, and then only on civlng a written
receipt for the same After a letter leaves the office
where It becomes the property of tbepirson
to whom it Is addressed, or his legal representative.
BATES OP POSTAGE.
Domestic Postage Hates :
&KOF Lettehs or clreulara In ssafa rnwlnnn Inlu
delivered at the office where denotltcd, t cent each half
I ettebs, io any part of the Kingdom. Z
cents, if Ie than M oi , and 2 cent, for each additional
printed Io the Kingdom, and mailed to
from offices of pnbiication, ore frte in the
Inter i'land nulls. j:0ll of papers tent to azents
and nt to bona fldc cannot claim the
uencllt or the free poatuc law
Books (printed or blank.) carila.cngrarlnza vatchet,
jcneJry, roots, bolb, cnttlnp, sample, of dry snrar
or rice, photographs medicine except llrnlds. articles
of clithlns samples of merchandise of aurklnd,and
all articles not included in elms 1 or 2 of the lairs or
IS7S when weighing not raoro than tovr ixrvnilt or 64
ownora one cent an ounce or fraction thereof All
articles likely to damage the malls are strictly prohibited
Packages asd Parcel, containing books or mail-able
merchandise of any kind any letter, newspaper or
parcel that may be mailed may be registered, on pay
ment of a fee of 10 cents In addition to the ordinary
TtKwsrArxns. pamphlets almanacs, calandars, hand
bills, mscaiin.M. maps, occasional and other publication"
(not bound), 1 cent for each " onncei or fraction
thereof Circulars, in unsealed enclopee, 1 cent each
I'Anxu of merchandise of any kind will In received
and forwarded in tbc IntcHalaad mills at the rale of
out cent am ouan This regulation does not Include
the foreizn mail service A If In d parcels con
Postal Union Eates.
Cnlted SblearJ Aaerl
ca. Dominion of Can
ada and Merlen .. j r terMOr
Japan l'orta In unina
office, straits Settle-
menu and Manila .t tOe
ureal unuin, trance,
eHn...,.,).!!).! I '
er countries and Col-
I'oiul tnion tllOc 13c 10c gel
Postage to Countries not in tbe Union.
To the Australian Colon!
To Tasmania (Ilobart Town)
To Slam, tia Ean Francisco
To Caot of Gnod nnntt
To hu Helena . . .
cooniry fn or ont of the
Gr Ail posusea to any
VosUi Union mast be paid tn Hawaii
Ian tamps only
5Stm h. Kl. Whltnoy, P. M. C.
WA.TEH. H011CE I
TO THE SCAKCITV OV
V. WATBK. the Hoars for to limited
t4 4 bonra per day from 6Lo8a. oand from 4 to 6 p.
m., until frnier notice CIIAS B W1LSDX,
Sopt Water TVorts.
llonololn, lUjlti. 1ES. SM a
Wherc a return receipt for reentered matter ia
wanted. 5 cent extra la makJnr tbeieinuatlKi
fee 15 centa.
tWith & mlnimnrn cUafjr of lire ctuta for boolj aid
printed matter, and 2 cents for aamplet
13 cent for each 4 oz
. ..IS centt for each ! ox
. .isccnia lorracn 'j oz
IS cents for each oz
. 13 ccata for each H t
.16 cccti for each 4 oz
.21 centa for each 4 oz
...23 cents for each H
... S3 cents for ach 4 oz
ErsAXBJ, rrc. The postage on newiptpers to
Anstralian Colonies aSew Zealand Fiji, and Samoa, Is
3 cents each paper On boots and other printed mat
tcr, i cents for each toat ounces or fraction of fonr
For the oher coantrlM named,
charged, irhlch can be learned by inquiry at the eEiee
in lion ol oln
True to the Test !
IVTacneale & Urban Safes.
C. O.BERGUR, Esq.. ACent
Macnoalo & Urban Safes,
JlUtOLCLU, 11. I.
Deab Sir I take creat pleasure to Inform yon that
3 JlacncaleJt Urban lire-proof Safe purchased
some years ago has passed through the disastrous lire
of last night to my entire satisfaction. I opes cd the
same on the combination (tips, etc-, handle harln
mclfd off), without any difficulty, and found contents
In perfect condition Tours Very Truly,
Honolnlu.il I .June S3th,lS83
X Larjre Assortment of tlie.se Jnstlr Celebrated
SA-FES Constantly on hand.
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
C. O. BERCER,
077 Sni (Jen). Affent Hawaiian Istande
H. J. KCVTE, : : : : Proprietor.
He- to announce to his friend and the
public fn cencril
That lio has opened tho above Saloon
where first-class Refreshments
will be served from 3am tilt 10pm, under the
Immediate supervision of a Competent Chtfde Cultlnt
tup miiTiVQ nv ?
Cigars, Pipes and
hoetn byn personal selection from
has been cbtafned. and will bo added ta from
time to time
Oi 5 of BrunswkL L Ealke's
Oi'lobrjted liilliard Tables
Is connect! with the establishment, here lorers
of the cue can participate. R7
EOLLES & Co.,
l'l.K 31 lRlroS A. CI,AIS NI'ltl.Cltl.I.N,
Largo Additions to their Stock
lonelcting In part of
Lbla Extra Mess Beef,
llbls 'nmc SI ess 1'ork,
Kits balmon llclllcs,
..,.,, ,. . " Mtckerel. LsCtecse,
"$ .".i " rlB pork' 'fbbl ramllr Beef,
llbls Otlbalmon, Cum Onion',
Cal. and New Zealand Potatoes.
Hay, Oats, Bran, Barley,
Beans Peas, V, beat.
Hams and Ba4u,
Cl rioda Crackers,
floor and Tea,
Costa Rica and ICona Coffee
Lime, Cement ic, Ac, Ac
CANNED GOODS, of all Kinds.
AI-SO n Inroice of those
Superior Manila Cigars.
In boxes of 230 and 500 each, direct from Manila,
via San Francisco, all of which will be
Sold at the Lowest Rates.
TO THE FRONT AGAIN !
Contractor & Builder
He& to notifr his fnends ind tbe pnbllc generally
that he has erected a
Fine lew Shop
on the lot lately occupied by bis old Shop,
deitroyed by lire on tbo morning of the 23th nit ,on
where he will be hatmy to recilre and cxecntefal
in ms iicc wiui promptnetf
Telephone Xo 113
113 Fort SU
: Honolulu, H. I.
PU1I DRUGS &CIIEaiIGALS
. Toilet Articles and
FISTO Y GOODS.
A FTLL ASD COMPLETE bTOCK
St JacoVl Oil.
AWrner'a hafi Core.
A HCFKttlOK IIXE Ol'
Bathing and Surgeon's Sl'OXGES,
CvnttanUJ on Hand.
A Lare and Care'illr Selected Stock of
Which we offer for Sale at Greatly Reduced Uates.
Soutb Kona, Hawaii.
THE ITiTDEnSIGNED BEGS TO
Inform Me friends and t&epabltc In general that
his veil-known HOUSE it again rcadr to recctte
Tne Uonse Is tltnated S mllea Inland from Eealakeku
Eij. at an deration of aboot I.40D feet and offer
tnost eharmln? iee IB AAUrn fnlliMOT rtnr mnA
balmr air of the district, the of both tourist and
Inralid. Bath Homes trith the
931 If II. H. TODS.
C AGO IN TTNSr
For Sale by
U4J1.S d; fS
BOI.OGNA SAUSAGE IN TIN- CS
Jnat athand. fresh and In perfect order.
903 B0IX28 dc CO.
The Oldest, Largest, Best and Cheapest
Fnriture Store in the Kingdom.
C. E. WILLIAMS, : : : :
Rs-! ;. x
B (St M
Beet Mattieea iltker and tbc only i r in the Kintfdom
worx uosranieea uruers irom inc r iut ui p' mptiy atieixlra to
I BLaire Jusi Received,
AND THE EAST,
Another Largs Addition to my Already large
j jraca "W.:rioci Stools.
st.ir apnng iseos anu nana "ire mattnsaea, nasortexi tun.
UliDKll. tilndow flam and t'atent Sprinn; HoUera.
Having- Securea tlie
o, uinoJisicr.T. irflauos.
kec9 fen6, ;
Ilavin ; luul 25 years cxpenouco iu the Fnrnitnn littsioeiH iu Honolulu, I am prffsMMl to aut iht
wants of ell, ns I baro tbo LVItOEST STOCK the Latest Ptylea. and HELL AT LO W1HT l'lUOES.
I Keep in Stock a Full Line of
Walnut, ilsh, Painted, Stained, Varnished
A Complete Assortment Cheap Furniture,
A Largo Assortment of
Parlor Sets, Lounges, Patent Bed Lounges & Sofa Beds,
Easy Chain, i'ottnt bpnag Rockers, latsnl Ucmipu , Ottouams, Fuut KesU, l'laou lKoott, Ac
& Full Asst. of Upholstering Materials,
rjilk Cotoluw, Bilk I'luaht, , .Kaw Silks, fast ill. 1 iii-ar flsanala. Ifim.
Ilmr Clolb and Lentber. AlfiO Cords, Olma and rntaajsa.
btraw, Excelsior, Moos, Palo, Hair nnd Feather afottntwea od Iilaat caa aMtaal tttd. ravade to
Order. Champion Ueda, tbe Beat in nee ; will la-x a Ufa data. ALSO llnaforn and
Sprint HMw MADE TO
Services of HR. D. SAOTDEBS,
ILo Well known bnn Frnacxsoo Upholaterer Dnper, wuo Im) had Ijuj MteMiieto fa
Finest Kind of UpbolMerT I nm prepared to do all kinds of Woi k fa tiMtt Mtow
IN THE Brjfif AND LArEST 8TTLK.
Curtains, Draperies and Lambrequins.
ALSO Locmc Coveni Cot iud Mud in tbe Laiert 8rk.
A LARGE ASSOBTMENT OP HIER0RS,
Mirror l'latta and Picture Olaasi : ATjSO a sreat raraitf of Fane TMtnM Kum a.r Um, ..
larger sizes ; tho Tcry latatt style of Picture 1 Cornice Fiatart 31 Wa lew Cerabee
mada to order. A hrco Tarietr erf Baby CarrwRee and Hobea, Child ran' j Btsnae WaaonW. Crt and
Wbeclbarrows, Base Ball Itata, c
FOR SALE OR HIRE !
Violins, Concertinas, Acoordians, Guitars, Banjos, Tamboanoea, and ail IdniaaoC MBsteal IiHtntBreate
nlwnja on LtiiJ and for Sale Cheaper tbaa elatwhet. Tloita, OoHar and JtMfe Straits ef
the 1IEST MAKE, at 75 cents per Set or "Ai Oral eaek
An Elegit., assortment uf thf SmmI ind . Htylen mar found Sham
A FEW FACTS-
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X tlit (jthir Pnrnltarc Dtlrr tti iioaoie'r
r I'rirrs an tlw LOWBST 1M Ml
C. E. WXLiIAMS, Uonolala. It I.,
Office and 111 Fort Tiicphfiif n- TO mdTTTHul amrf
Ca En IKriLUASlEES
Office. Ho. Ill Fort Street
J. H. BKUJS. JR.,
Jitt US OF fun,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
ALtV.tl.S U.V 11 ASD. ADI)
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORTEST NOTICE
the ruBsmrEZ is
AND OF THE
BEST SEASONED STUFF,
No Pains will be Spared
SATISFACTION TO HIS CUSTOMERS
Upbolsferf tin; Done to order.
Coffins Always on Hand.
SMI fSrCALLASV (lj
THERE IS "tfOIDIVEGObSIP
that the sudenlgaed will Ute Portrait in
any aty.e or Tlew to order In tit bt tyl of tie
motjJzrajlilcAraadcB the most Beafosable Tujo
bat It fa Idle tzoaalp irMch ht" hwt!I not try tk
nlasi. for he altrxra via and will be rtllln Co tMM
and ntTtr treated acyoa
ont or toe way, aianeierwm irai aoyoiw
coxn in a proper manner, uo not ntioa v
mm tor therm fail-ran
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OuFFINS & CASKETS
II Dererintioiis anI the Ijje.l Strlc mt Trtntailaiaa.
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C3ar3?iages for 3c?rraes7als
7S Telcphoaa and Hirht Alarm. He. 76.
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