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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAltY 10, 1897.
S Ayer's Argument.
If there te any reason why yoit should use
any sarsaparilla, there is every reason why you
should use Ayer's. When you take sarsaparilla
you take it to cure disease ; you want to be cured
as quickly as possible and as cheaply as possible.
That is why you should use Ayer's: it cures
quickly and cheaply and it cures to stay. Many
people write us : "I would sooner have one bottle
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla than three of any other
kind." A druggist writes that "one bottle of
Ayer's will give more benefit than six of any other
kind." If one bottle of Ayer's will do the work
of three it must have the strength of three at the
cost of one. There's the point in a nutshell. It
pays every way to use
Hollister Drug Co., Agents.
Trusting that you may bo in-'te-festod
in cycling, wo tako tbo
liberty of stating to you a few
fiicts about our wkools:
Wo need not troublo you with
. needless description of tho World
Famed "KAMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, up
ponnuico, strength and lasting
qualities has won for tho makers
a namo world ronowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" aro equi
ped with tho great G.&J. Detach
ablo Tiro, which sinco its intro
duction to Honolulu hns proved,
by tbo numbors in uso, tho most
successful and necossary adjust
ment to a bicyclo.
"Wo tako groat pleasure in re
contending to our friends tho
"RAMBLER" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person thoy
will never have occusion to regret.
Our terms aro such that a bicy
cle is no longor a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of time
and money. Wo would ask you
to but call and got our figures.
As is customary nearing tho
oloso of each year, tho rnokors in
ordor to got ready for tho ensuing
year, offer tho prcsont 1896
wheels at reduced prices. Wo aro
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of thoso reduc
tions as long as our stock holds
out. For thoso wishing an up to
dnto wheel of tho highest grade,
oue which wo can guarantoo to
tho fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coming season
wo would say wo anticipate none.
Such changes which may bo mado
will, as has been tho past two
years, bo changes, immaterial to
tho improvement of tho wheol in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your frionds'attontion to it
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Tapestry and Oarpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
H"" All Just Received at
SHE WOULD NOT TALK.
Hut the Ittportnr Heard All Abont the
Trouble In Tin Cn Court.
Thoro had been troublo of somo kind
In tho tenement hono dignified by tho
nntno of Tin Con Court, nnd a reporter
hnd called on n certain Mrs. McSnlfun,
who, lie had been told, knew all abont It.
"Yes," sho Bald, "I do know nil
about it, bnt I propnso to keep wlint I
know to mysolf, unless I'm subpoenaed
to appear in regular court, nnd then I'd
bo obliged to tell, but nntil that time,
comes I h.wo nothing' to s.iy, for I know
just how easy it is fofoiio to get into
troublo by letting ouo's tongue run
when it's better to havo been still, nnd
I ain't ono to lnuko troublo in tho court
anyhow, for tho land knows there's
plenty to do it without mo, and if somo
of that troublo making class knew, an
I know, that it was Mrt. Billkins who
began tho fuss with lira. Cmtty byi
passing insinuation1) on Mrs. Crntty's'
dnughter Mnndle, because her young
man up nnd jilted her for Mug Murphy,
tho young lndy ns ii tablo girl nt Pat
Doolnu's refbiurniit I say that if cer
tain persiSis I might mention but won't,
knowed this tliey'd up and blab it fast
enough, but I ain't ono o' that kind,
Mrs. Cratty being n good friend o' mino
and a perfect lady, if siio djd hit jMrs.
Billkius ocr tho head with a bier bot
tle, us who could blame her when Mrs.
Billkius said what sho did about Mrs.
Crntty's own flesh mid blood? I've noth
ing nglu Mrs. Billkius, nnd many tho
Jnfuwin of tea I've loaned her nnd am
ready to do it ng'In, but I can't say
that I'm bo very sorry she got tho worst
of it when sho como ot Mr. Cratty
with u fire shovel. I nin't ono to np
provo o' ladles flglitin, nnd I never fit
any ono in my lifo, but I did ndniire
tho way Mrs. Cratty handled Mrs. Bill
kius, and Mrs. Cratty a littlo rnito of n
woman, not bigger 'n a pound of soap,
and it proved what I'vo always said,
that theso littlo, pale, bluo eyed, light
haired and light complected women was
uwful when you onco ot 'cm started.
If tho patrol Wagon hadn't como just
when it did, I'm thinkiu it'd gono a
good deal worso than it did with Mrs.
Billkius. But, then, I'vo nothing to,
say abou.t tho matter unless it comes in
to court. If others in this tenement
want to get into troublo tnlkiu 'bout tbo
affair, they kin. Tho tortures of tho in
quisition couldn't draw u word about it
from mo." New York World.
A "Welcome" Spoiled.
On ono of Goncral Grant's visits to
tho City of Mexico in tho early eight
ies, tho city, not wishing to bo out
dono by tho other capitals of tho world
in its treatment of tho great hero, as
signed him quarters in tho Miucrin,
ended a triumplnl nrch, displaying
tho word "Wclcomo" in largo letters,
and prepared uu clnborato banquet in
To meet tho expenses of tho feast, bo
tho btory goes It was u way they had
of doing things there then tho city
withheld ono day's pay from tho police
Tiio day after tho b'mquet a police
man wns standing beneath (ho trium
phal arch gazing thoughtfully up at it.
Tho breezes had taken boiiio libcrtiis
with it, but tho principal datnngo dono
to it was tho removal of the first letter
of tho word "Welcome," thus turning
it, with a littlo stretch of tho imagina
tion, into Spanish.
At last tho policeman gao utteniuco
to his thoughts by rending ulond tho in
scription as it then stood uud comment
ing upon it.
"El como, " ho read. "Si benor. Quo
car-r-r-arabal Pero nosotros pagnmos. "
;Ho eatfl. Oh, yes. Pl.tguo tako him!
But wo pay for it) Youth's Compan
ion. The New Cook.
"bar now cook," remarked Mr.
Dingles, "la apparently nu Episcopa
lian." Mrs. Binglcs betrayed an uncommon
interest in his remarks.
"Whnt makes you think that, John?"
"Sho has dono tho things sho ought
not to liave done, and hui left undouo
the things sho oughc to havo done."
And Mr. Binglcs cut s.wngcly into
tho overcooked steak nnd i-ngrlly ex
plored tho hnlf fried potatoes for a hit
of brown. Chicago Tribune. t
An Unfair Ail van bice.
"It's real mean," said (he amnzon
indignantly. "Thoro ought to bo homo
sort of restriction to provent such n
thing In civilized warfare."'
"What do you mean?"
"Ono cf tho scouts has just como in.
Sbo reports that tho f norny is mailing
anitugimcuta to uso trained inicid"
On the MoilMo I'lan.
"Ltmmo see," calculated Mr. Philip
Tank, "hh near us I Cun flguro it, I only
paid $11 for the whisky uud $.58 at the
horp'tal. It reminds mo of ouu of your
"Why, dear?" wired his wife.
"Tho tremens cost Mimnchmnro than
the goods." Cincinnati Enquirer.
He Could Not lie.
Campaign Manager This man
Squiers says he's a fiituA of yours.
Presidential Cuudidale A fiiendt i
j should say not. Why, that fellow asked
mo what my views wero on tho silver
The Iteal Victims. ,
"This constant piano practice is a
very bovero strain ou tho nerves, " shi
said, with a sigb.
"Bo I'vo heurd tho neighbors say,"
ho replied. Chicago Post
Poitrnitfl enlnrged from small
nbot"n nnd handsomely frnmed
I for $10 nt King HroB.
Castle & Cooke
vSole Agents for
R San Francisco 0 fllce, M
"New Goods in All
Just Horeived .-x ri. 8. "Australia"
a Full Lino of
35n. Papeterle; our price 25u.
76u nnil 85c.
SJT See Prices in Our Show Win
J. M WEBB
' 310 Fort Street.
Hubfortbe for the Evening Bul-
1 i,etin 75 contB per month.
JR Ut.V tloi . "-'t'SK,
k. .y:. w? i
Tia.st ZE3ecei-sre"d. per -A--u.stxalia.
Atmorcs' Minco Meat in glass jars,
Old' Homestead Minco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Meat in 2j lb. tins,
, R. and 11. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 arid 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
t California Sweet Potatoes,
Now Crop Raisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus, . j
Maplo Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon, "
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
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FOR SALE BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
tST Neat pamphlet free on application. P. O. Uox 202, Telephouo 2J.
HovotnLU, April 21, 1890.
Mr. O. W. Macfarlank: It (iffords me plensnro to rt commend, to any ono whose hair
is lallingont, IhouseofDII. l'OTTIE'N IIAlKUIL. M hair was coming out at suck
a rate as led me tobrheva Hint I would booh beenrao bald. After using the oil lor fire weeks
this conned entirely; none whatever ia now fulling out. 1 conbidtr it tho best und only
worthy remedy for this troab'o and oho recommend it bs a btimulaut to new growth.
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