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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE TUESDAf, JANUARY 5. 1892.
LOOKS LIKE WAS.
The Chilean .Affair Still in on
Unsettled Condition.
GENERAL ARMSTRONG.
(From ocr special correspondent.)
The Chilean situation is not im
proving. On the contrary the rela
tions between that country and the
United States appear to be more
.strained thau at any previous time.
On December 11, President ilontt
of Chile, sent to the Chilean Ministers
in the United States and Europe a
reply to President Harrison's message
io ihe Congress of the United States
in relation to the assault on the
sailors who landed from the cruiser
Baltimore. He declares that the
Chilean authorities have never at
tempted to evade in the slightest
particular any responsibility for
Tthich the country may be justly
leld, but he insists that the proper
and ordinary forms of Chilean proce
dure must be observed.
No acknowledgment has been made
of the receipt of the letter sent the
Chilean Government on November
9th, asking for copies of the testimony
of witnesses in the investigation into
the Baltimore aflkir. Sbcdays ago a
reply was sent to the letter of Secre
tary Blaine to Minister .Pedro Montt
at Washington, in which the Ameri
can Secretary of State says that safe
conducts were granted refugees who
were in the German and French lega
tions, while the privilege was denied
those who sought asylum in the
American Legation. The reply sent
to Secretary Blaine declares that no
such permits have been granted, that
no safe conducts have been issued to
any refugees in any foreign lesations,
and tnatMr. Blaine can keep nimself
well informed through the Chilean
Legation at Washington.
On the 12th of December, Minister
of Foreign Anairs Matta sent a circu
lar to the Chilean legations in Europe
and America. It was couched in de
cidedly saucy language, and is a gen
eral denial of the "charges made
against Chile, and a lame excuse for
the slaughter of the Baltimore's men.
He attacks Minister Egan, and ac-
f7i him nf spmiinf insulting Iprlprs
LU mc ji 1 1 irau .1- uici.u vmiic nuuu-
ter Matta closes with the statement
that nothing will prevent Chile from
fully investigating the Baltimore ;
affair and punishing those found j
guilty according to the laws of the
land.
Since this circular letter was writ
ten affairs appear to have grown
steadily worse. On December 19th,
the State Department at Washington
received a cipher from Minister Egan,
in which he says: "The American
Legation is surrounded by the police
an5 mob on account of the refugees
here. Threats are being made of
bumincr or blowing up the Legation
to get them. A United States ship is
in the harbor of Valparaiso, and so is
many miles from the Legation. The
refugees cannot fly, but must stay in
the Legation, which is besieged."
This "cablegram caused a sensation
in the Navy and State Departments,
and resulted in more active measures
in the way of preparing for an emer
gency in the shape of war. Steps
have" now been taken to secure the
most available vessels in the mer
chant marine for possible service in
Chilean waters. Arrangements have
been made in New York and San
Francisco to charter, if necessary,
from thirty to forty vessels to be used
as transports and colliers, prepara
tions, so far as the regular naval ves
sels were concerned, having been
made as complete as possible.
The Bureau of Naval Intelligence,
acting under instructions, has pre
pared" a list of merchant vessels in
case war aginst Chile is declared. An
offer from a New York shipowner of
a score or more of small vessels to
carry coal has met with the thanks of
the Department, and the request that
he hold his vessels on the coast that
they may be made ready on twenty
four hours' notice has been made.
The cruiser San Francisco is fully
equipped for a Icng cruise, and carries
all the ammunition her magazines
will hold. The Government is mass
ing a larjre percentage of its available
vessels of war in the porta of Chile, or
near at nana, ine cruiser lomown
is at Valparaiso, and the Boston is
expected there any .day. The Balti
more has left Chile, and is now at
Caliao, Pern, nresnmably bound for
fcanrrancisco, but ready to be called
back to Chile at a moment's notice.
Three large cruisers of the White
Squadron,on the Atlantic, are at Bio
Janiero, apparently watching events
m .Brazil, but within a two weeks'
voyajre of Chile. The San Francisco
ia at Mare Island ready to sail for
Chile, and the Charleston will await
orders at Honolulu, and it is expected
urn ner next move win be uniie.
It is generally believed that Chile
is delavinjr a response to the demands
of the united States until she is better
prepared for trouble, and that she
will then be foolish enough to decline
to give this country satisfaction. Her
big armored cruiser Captain Piatt is
nearly completed in ranee, and
work is being pushed with the great
est dispatch. Arrangements are also
being made to raise the sunken
cruiser Encalada. A despatch from
Valparaiso says that there is srrowins
excitement over the situation be
tween Chile and the United States.
and the local authorities are- intinir
the precaution to prevent anv re-
r . i. - . . -
oi insmc or mj ury to Ameri
cans. Foreign residents generally
regard the prospects as serious.
Amonsr the South American firm?
in London, England, there is a pro
nounced impression that war is im
pending between the United States
and Chile. The opinion is not based
so much on the tone of President
Harrison's message as upon advices
from Valparaiso." which leavf no
doubt as to the temper of the Chil
eans.
The bark Foohng Suey will s
rrom xsoston about February
1S92, for this port. Brewer & (
ease mat rreignt orders sent on
Australia will catch her.
sail
1
Co!
the
The following extracts from the
"Southern Workman1 give a more
full report of the attack of paralysis
which prostrated him than has been
published here, and will Ins read with
interest by all our readers. From
all that we can learn there is very
little prospect of his regaining his
former health:
Our readers will naturally look to
the Southern Workman for some of
ficial statement of the circumstances
and outlook of the case.
General Armstrong; returned from
his Hawaiian trip very much rested
and refreshed, eutered into the school
work with new vigor, giviug every
department the benefit of his touch,
assuming direct command of the bat
talion ofTcadets; and, when the time
came for the usual winter meetinss
in the North iu behalf of the school,
anxious to leave its interests here
fully provided for, he decided to take
sole charge of the meetings.
The severe labor of dally some
times four daily meetings, "with all
the often more laborious personal
work between them, was too great
a strain.
The paralysis was not instantaneous
as generally supposed, but, as it is
now evident, was coming on for as
much as twenty-four hours, gjadually
auecting" power of locomotion, and
not recognized by the General, who
attributed it to fatigue orrheumatism
perhaps. He insisted on meeting Ids
engagements, at Providence on the
evening of the 23th, and at Stonehain,
near Boston, on Thanksgiving day.
From the latter place, unable to con
tinue his address, he was taken to his
room in the Parker House, Boston,
by our faithful young men whose de
votion has been invaluable: and the
telegrams were sent out which
brought to his side by the earliest
trains his wife and daughters, Mr.
Frissell, and Mr. Monroe, President
of our board of trustees. Friends
gathered quickly about him, and
every possible attention of physicians
and nursinir was at once at hand.
His physicians think the paralysis
was not "from cerebral hemorrhage,
but of somewhat less dangerous char
acter. He has never lost conscious
ness, nor completely the power of
speech, and his mind remains clear.
At oue time he seemed failing1 but
the latest dispatches are that he is
sleeping well and less restless, able
to talk with his family and the few
other friends admitted to see him.
He is interested in outside matters,
insists tnat the meetings snail go on
which they do and has even sent
directions for some aflairs in the
school, though of course the effort is
to kep his mind as quiet as possible.
It goes without saying that whatever
degree ot recovery may be hoped tor,
or"more than crown o"ur hopes, abso
lute relief from the creat burden ot
care will long be imperative.
WILDER'S
STEAMSHIP CQ.'S
TIME TABLE :
STME. KIMU,
CLARKE, Commander,
Will leans Honolulu at 2 o'clock 1. M.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and
ilaieca the same Cay ; Mahukona, Kawai
hae ana Laupahoehoo the following day,
arriving at Hilo at midnight.
LEAVES nONOLTJlC
Friday.
Tuesday.
Friday
Tuesdav
'Fridav-
LTuesday
iriaay
Tuesday
Friday..
Tuesday
,...Jnlv IT
.... 'J
....Aa. 7
.... " IS
II Oftl
. . . ..O
....Sept. S
" 18
it og
"."'.'.Oct. 9
" 20
JLBBTTES AT H0SOI.DI.tl.
Saturdav.. July 23
Wednesday. Aue. 5
Saturday " 15
Wednesday. " 26
Saturday Sept. 5
Wednesday.. " 16
Saturday.! " 35
Wednesday Oct. 7
Saturday " 17
Wednesday- " 23
I Arrives on Tuesday in order to connect
J with out-going mails for San Francisco.
J3T No Freight will be received after 12
noon of dav of sailing.
STME, CLAUDINE,
DAVIES. Commander,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5
o'clock P. il., touching at Kahului, Huelo,
Hana, Haxnoa and Kipahula. Betnrning
will arrive at Honolulu every Sunday
moraine.
JJf No Freight will be received after 4
P. M. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the andings to
receive their freight, as we will not hold
! ourselves responsible after such freight has
been landed. While the Company will use
due diligence in handling live stock, we
decline to assume any responsibility in case
of the loss of same, and will not be respon
sible for money or jewelry unless placed in
the care of Pursers.
W. 0. WILDER, President.
S. B. HOSE, Secretary.
Capt. J. A. KING, Port Sunt. 13S2-Q,
The North American Insurance
Company of Philadelphia, Pa., has
issued a handsome calendar for the
new year. Mr. W. K. Castle is the
local agent.
The Old and the New.
'Of course it hurts, but you. must crin
and tear it," is the old time consolation
given to persons troubled witn rneumatism.
" If yon sill take the trouble to dampen a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bind it on over the seat of pain
yocr rneumatism will disappear,-' is tee
modern and much more satisfactory advice.
50 cent bottles for s.ile by all Dealers.
BENSON. SMITH CO.. Agents.
FRED. PHILP.
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER,
has not sold out. but is still to be found
at the
OLD STAND, NO. 92 KING ST.,
HONOLULU,
where be has on hand and is prepared to
manufacture every description of
Single and Double Harness and
SaddlEat
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
He uses nothing but the best'material and
everything is made by
riEST-CLASS WORKMEN,
tTXDEB HIS PZESOXAI. SCPE3TT3I0X.
No machine made or imported harness kept
in stock.
A full line of CHAMOIS, SPONGES,
COMBS. BRUSHES, OILS, DRESSING
SOAP, &c, and everything for horsemen's
use kept constantly on hand.
Island Orders solicited and satisfaction
guaranteed.
3-Bemember the Place, No. S3 King St.,
P.O.Box 133. Bell Tix. 111.
liOl.ly
California
FEED CO.,
KING 4 WEIGHT, Props. .
Have on Hand and For Sale,
Fresh every month from the Coast
the very best quality ot
JHLay and Grain
Of 2ll kinds, at the very lowest prices 1
uenverea promptly to any part
of the city.
GIVE TJS A TRIAL I
Warehouse, Leleo Slnraal Telephone
151 : Ml TWonr.T,o TOO
Office "With fi T RniipV TtolT Tola.
phone 348 ; Mutual Telephone 139.
sia 1333-q
THE "WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN
Investment , Comnanv
(I.tmitea
Money loaned for long o. suort periods.
ON APPROVED SECURITY.
Apply to V. L. GREEN, Manager.
1&36 ua-Oiaee Beaver Block. Fort St. T
THE RIVERSIDE
Mmw Si Fcsd Stalls:
HILO, HAWAII.
HORSES WELL-FED ON
GOOD HAT AHD GRAffl.
NO CANE TOPS !
NO HILO GRASS !
ANDREW ANDERSON, p,
geo. j. Mccarty. rroP-
1334-3m
BOWER, Glffi & CO.,
COGNAC, FRANCE.
For Ten Years the Largest Shipper!
of Balk
J5T" Apply Direct or to London Branch.
Rouyer, Guilfet' & Co.,
59, Mark Lane, Loudon, E. O.
1350-ly
To The Public!
BUY YOUR SOAP AT
- THE
LELEO SOAP WORKS,
Because there you get the BEST quality,
full weight, and the LOWEST
PRICE, viz:
450 per 100 lbs., or $4.75 per Cast
I ha Ye no aeents in Honolulu. Bar
your eoap aireci irom my f actory.
W" Established 35 rears!
T. W. BAWLTNS,
1391-3ra Proprietor.
TJEGAN VAPOE ENGINES
XL electric lighting plants, elevators,
printing presses, band and jig saws, and
in fact are adanted wherever rower is
needed. "Jos. Tinker, sole Agent for the
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
Insurance Company.
TtfTAI. ASST3 AT DkCXXBSH StsT , 1390,
f KM39.MS IS. 5d.
l-AuthorWfdCapUal..J3.Wu.CV0 . d.
SllWtlM 2.T50CU?
l"1i!.nn Omltxl KST.fJM II 11
2- Flrc Funds 9,731.430 0 ?
3- Leand Annuity fund 7,ttJl,oi3 IT 10
JBtO,9,W3 18 3
KcvtnuB Kit Branch... MM.SIS 6 10
Kercnne Life and Annuity
Brincac? 9-.Jci.3T9 6 1
JDJ.4S55.1STH It
The accumatatnl KumU of the- Fire and Life
Departments aw trre from liability In respect
ot eairfx other.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO..
tSMlr Actut? for trellawallan Islands.
i A.T1HI1RG11 HIKK.-tli::
Fire Insurance Company.
The underslcned haTlng been appolttetl
Agents of thcaboTs Company. are prepared to
tnsaro risks against Are on Stoac and BrK'b
BuIIiIIuks, and on MertnauUlse- stored
therein, oc the most favoraole terms. For par-
auun 11 lap OinCC OI f. A
SCHAiSFJs
:CO.
ISS6 ly
GBRMAIff T.-r.o-y
Marino Insurance Company,
OF BERLIN
F O R T TJ Ifl- a.
General Insurance Company,
OF I1KULIX
Th..W. ln..n..o fntnn.. k.... .,.Y.
Itshed a General Agency here, and the nnder
. i .1 . . . i . . .,
riKucu, vifcucrai ixcnis, ar auuiorisca IO lace
KlHksarmlniit the DftBirera otltieSeas
t tbe Moat Reasonable Kale, nud oa
the .Host jFitvoritble Terms.
1SS9 ly F. A. SOnAKFKR A CO.. General Acts.
GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
For Sea, River & Load Transport
DRESDEN
Matins established an Agency at Honolulu lor
the Hawaiian Islands. the undersigned General
Agents, are authorized to take
Risks araiait the Danger of the Seas
AT ms
&Iot Reasonable Rates, and on the
Most Favorable Terms.
F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
13S6 ly Acent for the Hawaiian Islands.
HE HOBAIE AGENCI
OF A. JAEGER.
No. 13 Kaahumanu MretH.
- - Honolulu
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE
INSURANCE CO. of Hnm
burjr, Germany.
LION FIRE INSURANCE CO. of
London. England.
ORIENT INSURANCE CO. of
Hartford. Conn.
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO. of Hartford, Conn.
13C4-y
Northern Assurance Company.
ESTABLISHED 1836.
Accumulated Fands: - - - - 3,000,000
Thl. A'Vnt nf thta Cnmrnn.. i .. IT I I
received Instructions to
Reduce the Rates of Idfe Insurance
In this country to a inlnlmnm rate, without
any extra premium forresldence in theHawaiian
Islands.
Amnnfr the principal advantaees attaching toa
Life Policy in the "NORTHERN. " attention
is specially drawn to the following:
SURRENDER VALUES of Lapsed Policies
are held at the disposal of the Asscred for Six
lears.
IMMEDIATE PAYMENT of Claims, withoat
deduction ot discount.
Annr.TTinv nf .0Bt. t
and Residence. Taeo.H. Davles & Co.,
T AGENTS.
TRANS ATIiANTIC
Fire Insurance Company,
OF HAMBUEG.
Capital of the Co. and ReserTe, Reichs
marks 6 000 000
Capital their Re-Insurance Companies ' '
101,650.000
Total Relchsmart 107,550,000
NORTH GERMAN
Fire Insurance Company,
OF HAMBURG.
Capital of the Ca. & Reserve Reichs-ms-rfcs
S,gS)OJ0
Capital their Re-Insurance Companies
35,000,OPO
Totl Beichsmarki -!3.S2 ,000
The unaertiraed. General Afntnf Hi.ihit.
three companies Tor the Hawaiian Islands, are
prepared xo insure Buildings, Furniture, Mer
chandise and Produce, Machinery, 4c, also
Sugar and Rice Mills, and resstls in the har
bor, against loss ordamatre by Are .on the mot
favorable terms. H.HA.CKFELD & CO."
13M ly
W. H. RICE,
STOCK RAISER li DEAL!
BREED EB OF
Fine Horses and Cattle
From the Thoronghbred
Arabian Stallion ALIF
Norman Stallion SPAYDON
Norman Stallion EOVEB
X1SO A CHOICE IjOT Or
Bulls, Cows and Calves
From the Celebrated Balls
Sussex, Hereford, Ayrshire & Durham
x &ot or
Fine SaiJle ai Carriage
FOB SAIiE.
2 PURE SZIKD
HEREFORD BULLS FOR SALE
Tonrista and Excursion Parties desiring
Single, Doable or FoaHn-hand Teams or
Saddle Horses can b accommodate at W.
H. Bice's LWery Stables.
ar AH communication to be addressed to
TSOiMy W. H.BIOE, Lthne, Kana
tntml btitrtistwtnta.
Hasten Beard or Underwriters,
A OKTSrortttollAWKllB,a lilanilt,
JlL ISit ly CBUKWKU A CO.
Philadelphia Hoard ir Underwriters
,4 GBKTSrnr thcUnivalUn Islaadi.
Alg ly C.nUKWKUACO
Insurance Notice
The Agent fortho Rrltlsh Foreign Marino In
snrance Company (Limited) has received in
structions to Krcluce thc Knlr of Insur
ance between Honolulu and rorutnlhel'acinc
and Is now prepared to Issuo rollclcs at the
lonestratp.rlih .i . . . .
- . . . . i l v.uLt iuii uu irvicQi
P"1"."1?"- . THEO. II. DAVIK3 A CO.
iwty Agents lint. For.Mar.Ins.Co..Llmlted:
FIRE INSURANCE.
Roval Insurance Co
LR'ERPOOL,
Capital ancl Funds, - $ 29,000,000
UNION-New Zealand,
Capital, ... $ 10,000,000
TAKE lUSEs OX
BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE!.
MACHINERY, FURMTUIIE,
And all other Inssrablc Property al
Cnrrent Rates.
JOHN S. WALKER,
S73-1y Agent for nawa'.laa Islands.
MARINE INSURANCE.
The undersigned is authorized to tako
Mnrino lUaks on
HULLS. CARGOES,
FREIGHTS and
COMMISSIONS,
At Current Rates in the folIowiuR Com
panies, viz :
Union Fire and Marine, of New
Zealand,
Madgeburg Genera! Ins. Co..
Sun Insurance Co., San Francisco.
JOHN S. WALKER,
ja73-l3 Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Liverpool and Lon
don and Globe
fESTAULISHirD 18JB.I
Asset....,...
Net Income.,
CIslms Paid.
.. 40,000,000
0,070,000
.. 1 1 2.300,000
Takes Rf.t. ..i..i r n . ...
and Fnrmturs, on the mostf aTorabla terms.
Bishop & Co.
BEAVER SALOON
H. J. NO TE, Proprietor.
Bega to announce to hU friend' and the
public in general
That he has opened the above Sa
loon whore flrst-class Refreshments
-!?U.?0 .aerTC,'t Uom 3 a- m- 10 p. m.,
under the immedlataanperrlslaa of a Compe
tent CAtf dt Cuitint
THE FINEST GRADES OF
Tobaccos,
Cigars, Pipes and
Smoker's Sundries
Chosen by a personal selection from lrst
class manufactories, has been obtained, and
will be added to from tine to time.
One of Brunswick & Bailee's
Celebrated Billiard Tables
Iscennectsd with the establishment, where
loTcraof thecnecan participate. 1882-q
BENSON SMITH & CO.
JOBBING AND MAXUVACTURINO
PHARMACISTS
a icii. lihc or
OHEMICAiSJ
Medicinal Preparations,
PATENT MEDICINES
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
113 and 115 Fort Street.
13Qi
HARROWS FOR SALE
-foreign 2lwt1belJf.
4
WILLIAMS, DIMOXD & CO,
SMpjiiiaMCiiMl
BSiox block, cob. mtiimiiiui,
SAI FKA.NCISCO. CAI.
v.l"E,''n, fr Tti" Cunard Rorat Vj.ii .
The China Trader. Inmanee CoJ (fSffi j
THEO. IT. DAVLES & S i
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
12 & 13 Tho AlfcaaT.
UYSRrooL. ustu
n..i.. n it i. ... !
mm i r.niiir rs camea)
Muller's Optical Depot
-Specialty 30 Years.
The most complicated eases of .i-s.
DR. J. COLUS BROWNE'S
CHLORODTUE.
THE ORIQIXAL and ONLY OSXCIXC
d.Yl.c.. to. InTl!ds.- ,o5 ,), ,
hu:i rciresnins sleep, free from htii.,v- 11
11a r from pain and anguish, tocsto Itaf51'
tho weary achlnrs at nrotraeiM "K
t sorato the ner?ou, meSTi..V'
circuiaiins srstems of thehnrfi frn?.5
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM
JL England a small inTolceof Patent Jointed
Flre-Sectlnn Harrows: these Harrow! are heln?
extensively used wherever they have been Intro-
unccu. incy areTery nnianaauraDieana will
do more acres a day with less team than tbe old
styles. Any one wishing1 references may write
to the following parties :
John ninde Kohala, Hawaii
H. S.Bryant " "
T.S.Kay
J. Marsdcn Honokaa, "
A. Moore Paanhau,
A.LIdeate Faanllo, "
tew Any one wiiblnz to pnrchase will please i
write to me. , , - C..HOTXSY. ,. I
circuiauns systems or the body roiul r
vldeyonrseif with that mcllo"
to t:bichho
able remedy ever discovered """" Jai
CIILORODYXE nr. . "
. uu im me only jdcc1p ln r
CHLORODVNE
..J'ro,?-?-m" c9- Pharmaeeat
V'ST1"' Sim a, January M-s; rJ'
wide-spread repntatlon this o-tJy esW-w
medicine. Dr. J.Collls Etone?i ChV?i
nUIIty. we must onestlon . v?.?T
ltnDOrtpi! ntmkr, i Jzr "
to iMrf ii. ""'ra wcsnaHbetlK
H5 SSstswas
in rt in,i i leu jo i n e native baxxia.
and. juilclns from their tile. f,..-.Ti
r-j - vj uihuks anu Dytenterr ir,;
and 'a sVnrWSi
", Personal observation darlasTSSt
years. In Oboleralc DIarrhcta.and Vvef lilS
more terrible forms of Cholera Itself
medlcln.: than Co .", K?
Conrlrtinr, ,. It I. '." am,
-- - w nmi ox TBS TIT
W 'e,SIr,faIthfulIyyonrs.SraSi
MiKnPS' 'I? Ph,m- Silety ofGrtt
Ists Excellency the VIceriy CaW
CATTTlnV VIi..jv ... ... -
Tf j . ; . 'i A aseiior sit Fir
xe-d.lb.V?'-J. !! B"wB: Z
.vv iziTcnior or Ublorodyae tis
8t,or.r ot 'he defendant Freemai
llberately nntrue, which, he rrmttef Urn
hadbecn sworn to.-See-'Tbe Times. ij3
Sold in bottles at Is. lKd.. 9d or
words "Dr. J. Collls Browne's Chlorodyss a
i?.!?0.Tern,aent sUmP- Overwhelm. ijSLrf
cal testimony accompanies each bctt.e
Caution.-Beware of Piracy and 1st uesu .
Sole Jrannfacture J. T. DAVE J5 POET r '
ureal Russell Street. Bloomsbnry Loadoa
13SC Cm
Metropolitan Market
TClTagr Street
rs
Choicest Meats
FKOM -
1 111 srT n n rr UPS
sr ! iaa a i t m sk.
U. J. WALLER, Pre
FAMILIES AND SHIPPING
AND AT THE
Lowest Market Prices.
tS-AHMcats delivered from til Jfarte'
thoroughly chilled immediately after .
means or a Bell-Colemaa Patent Dry
fricerator. Vfit no It riled retalas xi, .a.lW
properties, and U juarantetd to ip
alter delivery than rresnlT-silitti o-'
tZ82q
STORE NOTICE.
THE DIIT GOODS STGF.i
known as the WAISIHA STORi
been
sole
hohd as lac ,frt..irt ' j
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owner .if mid store. All bllll ls1-
Wainlha Store must pa,du, g
Walnlha. March 26, 1331.
MR. W. F. ALLEN,
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bnslnMS entrusted to him.
1'uiidiaii.u a: wmimt.ti
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Reran Vanor "Enriae. See coti
and testimonials before pwebss3
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