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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 1897.
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Bubbles or Medals.
" Best sarsaparlllas." When you tlilnk of It how contradic
tory that term Is. For there can be only one best In anything one
best sarsaparilla, as there Is one highest mountain, one longest
river, one deepest ocean. And that best sarsaparilla Is ? ....
There's the rubl You can measure mountain height and ocean
depth, but how test sarsaparilla? Youcouldlf you were chemists.
Hut then do you need to test It? The World's Fair Committee
tested It, and thoroughly. They went behind the label on the
bottle. What did this sarsaparilla test result In ? Every make
of sarsaparilla shut out of the Fair, except Ayer's. So It was
that Ajer's was the only sarsaparilla admitted to the World's
Fair. The committee found It the best. They had no room for
anything that was not the best. And as the best, Ayer's Sarsa
parilla received the medal and awards due Its merits. Remember
the word "best" Is a bubble any breath can blow; but there are.
pins to prick such bubbles. Those others are blowing more
" best sarsapatilla " bubbles since the World's Fair pricked the
old ones. True, but Ayer's Sarsaparilla has the medal. The
pin that scratches the medal proves It gold. The pin that pricks
the bubble proves It wind. We point to medals, not bubbles,
when we say: The best sarsaparilla is Ayer's.
BCollister Drug Co., Agents.
TruRtiug that you may bo in
terested in cycling, wo tako tbo
liberty o stating to you a few
incln tibout our whools:
Wo need not trouble you with
needless description ot tho World
Famed "RAMBLER" Bioyclo,
ffhieli by its easy runniug, ap
pearance, strength and lasting
qualities has won for tho makers
a name world renowned.
The "RAMBLERS" are equi
ped with the jjront G.&J. Detach
able Tire, which since its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by the numbers in use, tho most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
Wo tako groat pleasure in re
contending to our friends tho
'RAMBLER" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person they
will never have occasion to regret.
Our terms Tiro such that a bicy
cle is no longer a luxury but a
aoee-ity in actual saving of time
aud money. We would ask you
to but call aud get our figures.
As. is customary nearing the
close of each year, tho makers in
order to get ready for tho onsuing
year, oltor tho present 189G
wheels at reduced prices. Wo are
now prepared to give our cus
tomer;, the benefit of theso reduc
tions as loug ns our stock holds
out. L'or those wishing an up to
dnto wheel of the highest grade,
one which wo cau guarantoo to
the fullest esteut, wo would offer
the '-RAMBLER." As to im
provements for the coming soason
we would say wo anticipate none.
Buch changes which may bo mado
will, as has been the past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
the improvement of the wheel in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your frionds'atteution to it
E. 0. Hali & Son
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Tne tier'ci-tion nf art In
CHICAGO CO rTAGK ORGANS, Uu
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structions'. UEGINA MUrfIC BOXES, th- Klnir
of nil, playrf over one thousand
AUTOUAUP3, everybody's Instru
ment, a child can play It.
GUITARS, we carry the celebrated
Henry F. Mason, Harwood und
other make", troni $4 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, FMrbauk &
Cole aud otluir wcllkno'.Mi
ACCORDEONS, the celebrated "lm
perlal" and other good lines.
S8T And a thousand aud one other
smaller Instrument too nunieruus to
Our celebrated WhII, Nlohols Co.
"Stau" Brand o(
GUITAR, VIOLIN ana
Are tho best ma!e. Ue no other.
For all liiRtrumeulu,
Our stock l the most varied to be
found this side ot 'Frisco,' and the
prices the same as you pay in the
All Instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money savers for you.
No. 10 Store
Iugs! Iugsl Iugsl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
tS" All Just Received at
TREATMENT FOR SUNDUI'M.
All About tli"Vial Cure-1 S-tni.1 Otlinr
Wo iioim of us, oven tho mnt fastidi
ous, mind it clipht Hiiro of olivo of n
bocouiing shitdo to our cheok, but when
this color deepens Into muhegauy, why,
wo feci wo must titlto active nieivinies to
rid oursolvcs of this nnweleoino risltnnt.
Ono of tho most successful things to
try Is tho veal ouro. When wo como In
from a long drlvo or journey In tho hent
and sun, when onr faces smart with sun
burn, if wo at ouco apply this ouro soou
nil tho discomfort will cease. You must
provldo yourself with ono or two vcul
cutlets and then lmvo theso cut into thin
slices. Theso raw slices urait then he
oarofully laid all over tho fnco and
lightly kept in place. You must rotiro
into a perfectly darkened room nud Ho
on u sofa or bed on your back for half
an hour or longer. Wlicu the veal boeius
hot, it should bo turned on to the other
sido nnd applied again. When tho fnco
has ceased to hum, tho veal may ho ie
moved uud tho fnco fjcntly washed with
eldor flower water, nud it must not ho
exposed to tho Mm again thnt day. Be
careful to uso no soap on It for a day or
two. This is, however, n euro that can
not always Iw re.tdy nt hand. In this
caso you must try the miigiieila cure,
which is very easy and ciy Htuvci.ful.
It Is specially haiuly after yachting and
Tako very fluely pounded calcined
magnesia and mix it witli milk to n
moist paste; theu paint it over tho fnco
with u camel's hair brnOi, or upply
witli a Hpoogo. Lot it dry on and re
main for five miuntos or so. Then very
gently hrusli oil tho powder with n soft
flauuol aud wash tho face in warm
milk aud water till it is quito clean.
At night rub u little cocoa oil into tho
skin, or smear It with very thin cold
croniu, nnd wIikj off with a soft towel.
Besides thoso cures, howovor, thcro aro
many mast useful and valuable wnshes
that will bo fotmd of use, Somo skins
will not bo affected by remedies that
euro others, and iu this caso wo must
try first ouo thing aud then tho other
till wo finally lilt ou tho ouo that suits
our own particular cuse.
Fresh cucumbers may bo cut up into
tho very smallest slices and soaked in
milk for many hours; this must then bo
applied as wator would bo to tho face.
Buttermilk is often useful when the
sunburn is very slight, but if tansy
roots aro boiled with it, it will bo found
to bo of very much moro value.
Women who livo iu grupo bearing
countrios havo an infalliblo remedy for
suubuni. Thoy gather tho grapes when
'green, aud after first sprinkling with a
little, nlnm, thoy cook them in an open
dish in tho oven. When tender, they
squeeze the juiuo out by straining tho
grapes through a coarse piece of muslin.
Then four times a day tho faco is washed
Auothor remedy is to beat up tho
white of nn egg and apply ; let it dry on
tho f aoo and remain for a quarter of an
hour, aud then wash off and powder
well with fine rice powder nud let thh
remain on for a fow minutes longor.
Water in which parsley has boon boiled
will also bo found of uso. Plain lemon
juico nnd rosewalcr will also suit somo
pkins very well indeed. It should bo
borno in mind that if uuy of theso rem
edles nro npplied at onco after tho faco
has been oaught by tho nun, thoro U
moro, chanco of a successful rcinedy.than
if tho sunburn is left severely ulonu for
A Hint For tho Laundry.
Novor lot tho laundress, in her com
mendablo desire to givo a gloss to tablo
linen, starch it. To produce it high, sat
iny polish ou damask it should first bo
thoroughly dampened aud then ironed
with a heavy flatiroa until it is abso
lutely dry. Tablecloths and napkins
should never leave the Ironing board in
a limp condition. If thoy aro at all
moist, they will not only look dull aud
lusterlcss iu the beginning, but they
will' soon looso tho shupo and trimucss
without which thoy aro untidy and
slovenly looking, says uu exchange, ,
A Word of Ailrlcf,.
;s- wAuij! ' "
"Knock him out wid an upporont,
Jimmy, an if, in do oxcitemcut ot do
moment, yez finds yez bus got tor htriko
below do belt hit so hard he'll have
spazzums an won't know do differ 'nco. "
ONE ON LRAr YEAR. '
Tliis is the latest on leap year: A
well known young gentleman declined
to call upon a very charming young
lady living in Queen Anne town When
pressed for a reason he said: "She Is
too much like Itanie. Beer. She's
bright, sparkling and pure, and so
full of life I nm afraid she will 'pop, "
On tap or in bottles at the Criterion.
Nicely furnished roomB nt tho
Populnr Houso, lfM Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up.
That picture in King BroB'.
window which has nttrncted so
much attention is not the portrait
lTT.. . j.-S
1 o anyouo hero.
Castle & Cooke
Solo Agents for
t STOCKTON M1LLINGC0
Son Francisco Offlco.
k 112 California Street. -l
New Goods in All
Just Received ex S. S. "Australia"
a Full Line of
35a. Pupeterie ; our price 25c.
50o. " " " 35o.
75u, and S5c. " " 50a.
50o. Tablets " " 25o.
50o. " " " 30o.
50c. " " " 35c.
gW Bee Prices iu Our Show Win
310 Fort Street.
Subporibo for the Evening Bul-
I letin 75 cents pec month,
Tu.st ZESecei-vod. per -.-u.stxa,lia.
Atiuorcs' Mince Meat in glass jnrs,
Old Homestead Minco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Meat in 2 lb. tins,
R. and It. Plum Pudding in 1, 2' and 3 lb. tins;
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
'New Crop Raisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hums, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
EtfERY - MAN - HIS - OWN - HDKSE - DDCTQR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
ron the ccre or diseases or
Hjrsos, CaWs, Sheep, Dogs, Swine, and Poultry.
The Marvelous Hair Remedy which preveuts
FOR SALE BY
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RT Neat pamphlet freo ou application. P 0. Box 292, Tolcphono 2U.
, , Hoxoldlu; April 21, 180.
Mr. , U. W. Macfablank: It affonls me pleasure to recommend, to any ono whose hair
is falllnpt out, the use of III!. 1'OTTIE'S HAM OIL. My hair was coining out at such
a rate as led mo to believe that I would soon become bald. After using the oil forfive woeki
this ceased entirely; none whatever is now falling out. I consldi r it the best and only
worthy remedy for thLi tronb.e aud aho "recommend it as a stimulant to new crowth.
CQj-H Yours truly, J.B.DANIELS.
DF'ort Street. - - - - Tel. Z&T
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