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TIIUItSDAY, JAN. 23, 1800.
)( M S S Alameda, Mui'o. for Colonic
Sinn I walnut for l.nhaiu.i ami (l.itii:i-
k 1 1 :t ut 1U a in
Kchr Walm.ilii, WcMiaiih. for I'miulmi's
VESSELS LEAVING TfM0RRuW7
Shur V (j Hull for l.nhalna, MiiiiI.ici,
Komi. Kuu anil tin- Volcano nl 1(1
o'clock a in
Snnr Lehua fiirXuu, Mini, at ii p m
SlnirO UliHhup fur Wnliiuau, Wiilnlim
ami Konlaii at !) a in
Sehr Ifawailaid for Koolau
Knr Ilanuikun, pcrstnir Iwal.mi, Jan
2Z Mnitleii, !' M Swnnv, MihIit
Hall, R A Lyman, Mr Ovcicml, Jin
I'odiuorc anil erv.tnl. anil P. .loin--'.
For l'linnlm:'- Islanil, per -chonnoi
Walinaln, .Inn '.':! Captain IS Aii'Icmhi
For the Colonic, per It M S ,S Alii
ineil.i, .Inn 'J,: -For Auckland: I) It
XlcolK For Svdney: Uco Turner. .1
Jlsiiks It Lowe, Miss F Finn. J M
Quick. V M Clink, I Frank and wife.
.) Tudor ami lfe,H l'llwnnd, jjMitilnii,
Mr I ttu ii-, Mi Donnelly, M A Mlauk anil
wife, ami ill! pa-o-onjjcH In transit.
Tlic following p.isengTj will take
passage hy tlic Me.uncr V fi Hall I o
morrow morning lor a vblt to tlic Vol
cano: it II Parker, MN I, I'aiker, Mr
SlalleiVMr Pond, 1'iof V T Ililliatn.
ami A W'niM'V.
Tlu nailing of the lurkcntiiK! S X
for San FrancNco lias liccn finthcr post
pout il till next Saliiril.iy.
The steamer l.cliua will take lo-iunr-row
aftei'iioon a IocoiiidiImi engine for
Olowaln ami a huj;i! con-lninunl of
machinery for llonomu.
The steamer (J It KMinp hiuuglit y.'.n
bau rice fioni Koolau votculav een-
Tho -chooner Wainialu silled this
afternoon with general cat go lor Fan
Tliu stcmner Pule ami the H'liimurr
Maty V. Foster are on the Marine Kail
way. The U'homicr Ivialokai hromilit 7!"
Ikijjs biigar from Waianae ypMi'iday.
Thetein Fied K Sander came oh" Hip
.Marine Hallway this morning.
Mi'LF.AX In Honolulu, January lillid,
Isuliulle He.ild, Infant daughter of
fnuies I;, and Jennie, Jt. Mel, can. f
USTTlio funeral takoi plac'e this after
noon nt .1 o'clock.
SACHS New York City Jan. 10, 1800,
M. II. Sachs, father of X. S. Sachs
and Mrs. A. M. Jlellls, age 7." win-.
L0GAL & GENERAL NEWS.
John F. Howler offers for sale veiy
dc.siiahle teal estate in Honolulu.
Tiik Hawaiian liana will give a
conceit ul the Hawaiian Hotel to
luol row evening.
Tiik sad news of the death of Mrs.
V. H. Dimond'at San Fiapcihco
Jan. 15th, wasieccrved by the Ala
A. Moitorr b.is lnoiigbt intoHbc
Iniiiiiu'.s8 cenlie of llonolulu an op
ioitunily to invest in California
lands atiensonablo piiees with good
Tiik National Hefoim Tarty, at a
well attended meeting Wednesday
night, made a complete oigiiniatinn
of central and piecincl eoninuttees
for the election.
Up.ai. Geinuui sausages in all va
lieties can now be bad eon.stantly,
Mr. Pbilipp having opened a store
for the in tide in Armstrong's block
near King street bridge.
Tiik heavy ruin last evening pie
vented the letting on' of fire works on
tin.' esplanade. Tho weather being
line, it is now announced that tho
exhibition will occur to-night without
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather His Majesty's intended visit
to the Champion this morning was
pjslponed until bis icturn fioni Kai
lua, for which place he intends to
take the W. Ci. Hull sailing to-inor-iow'
morning, leturning on Fiiday
1'uor. ii. M. Shellon, Instructor of
Agriculture (elect) to the (Jueens-
kinil Uovemnient, was a through pas
senger on tho Alrtine.da. When that
Government applied to the United
States Government for a man for the
position, Mr. Shellon was iccom
niended, tho fact being staled in a
piuagiaph in this paper fcome lime
A .MKKTiNd of the Ituform 1'aity in
tho Fifth District was held ut the
Old Armory yesteiday evening, Mi.
W. O. Smith presiding. Mr. S. JI.
K laukai, eaudidalu for Noble, made
n speech. He was followed by Mr.
J is. F. Moigan, candidate for Hepie
Hnntalive, who 'astonished the na
tives" witli a lluent address in the
Hawaiian language. Mr. W. ('. Acl i
gave the last speech. Theie was a
SHARES AT AUCTION.
On fsaturday next, at V2 noon,
the following shares will be sold al
auction by Jas. F. Morgan :
liO shares Hawaiian Agricultural
Co. 'a stock.
10 shares Ookala plantation slock.
8 sharesfHeciproelly Stock.
1) shares Honoinu stock.
810,000 Ciovornnienl (i per cent,
10 sharss Olownlu plaulalion.
2:1 sharos People's Ice and lies
fi igerator Co,
IH shares Mulual-'Telppliom' Co.
. .'i tihares Oahil Kuilioad stock.
I'lTHiMitatlnu nl ii 'ii in 4'nl alii
Unbelt l'm-Wcc hy Mi', rhpo. II.
Hy the steamer Alameda ('apt.
Kobcrl l'arkcr of llic Household
Guards received a handsome silver
uup from .Mr. Thco. II. I).iiea, head
of the local house hearing his naine.
Tin1 imp is he.vuli fully eliased with
Moral work nml the following insciip
tion giving I he reason ol tin' gift:
"Ueul. I'nhuil I'aiker, House,
hold Troops, in admiration of his
faithfulness to duty under the at
tack on lolani l'alace, Honolulu,
SOIIi duly, l.SSil, lrom his friend,
'I'lieo. II. Dnvios." v
The following letler accompanied
I. & (). S. X. Co's S. S. Oi i-.axa,
AtSi:, Out. 2l, 188!).
My 1)i:ai: 1'auki:u: I read with
great interest the account of your
conduct during Hie attack on the
l'alace on the ."0lh of July, and I
felt proud to remember how much 1
had seen of you us :i boy. What
gratified inu most was your simple
adherence to duty. You had been
trusted with a cot lain post, .mid like
:i brave Mildier you we.ie faithful. 1
read the account with admiration,
and I do not icineinber a braver act,
even of my Own brave countrymen.
11 was veiy touching in its simple
courage. 1 wanted to maik in some
way my feeling and I am sending
you a cup which 1 beg you to accept
and keep as a token ol my lcspect
and admiration, and may you always
be encouraged to do your duty to
Ood and man, as bravely as you did
it on that day.
I am, very faithfully yours,
Tnr.o. II. D.wii'.s.
Ljeul. I'aikor, Household Troops.
Kuiroul5tJi.i.r.rix: Will you kind
ly answer through the columns of
Why the present government
(contraiy to law) are building the
Lahainajail by tlic day instead ol
giving it out by contract to Hie low-,
est bidder. If I understand Hie
matter right the law stales that all
woilc th.it costs over five hundred
dollars must be let out by con
tract (Sec. 10 Appropriation Acl).
A Mi.ciiAxn .
lleforc Chief Justice Judd at
term, Tuesday, W. C. Paikc, as
signee, vs. W. C. Peacock, trover,
was tried by a foreign jury, who
rendered a verdict for defendant,
two jurors dissenting. Cecil ltrovvu
for plaintiff; Chas. Creighlou for
Yesterday a foreign jury tried K.
II. lledward vs. K. Ii. Thomas, as
sumpsit, returning a verdict for
plaintiff for $10, the amount tend
ered. W. O. Smith for plaintiff;
W. A. Kinney for defendant.
Mr. Justice McCully yesterday
granted the petition for discharge
.of'Andtew llrown, administrator es
tate of Kmma Muirhcad, of Kit
kaiau, Hawaii, deceased intestate.
It was ordcied that ou the adminis
trator's filing final receipt his bond
be cancelled. Cecil l'rowu for pe
titioner. Before the Chief Justice and a for
eign jury, Win. Henry vs. II. R. Mae
farlanc, contract, was on trial this
forenoon. Ashford and Magoon for
plaintiff; Hatch for defendant.
The final accounts and petition
for discharge of W. O. Smith, exe
cutor estate of Nancy Wirt, of Ho
noltilu, deceased testate, were heard
by Mr. Justice McCully at cham
bers. Ordered that accounts be al
lowed, that executor be discharged
and his bond cancelled upon his fil
ing final receipts, and that he be
appointed trustee of S200 left for
care of cemetery- lot. Petitioner in
person; J. h. Kauliikou tor Kcopu
liuia, a devisee.
Frank Lillis, hackmau, was lined
Tuesday 850 and St. -10 costs for
heedless driving Dec. 2!'. The oc
casion was a collision lietwecn defen
dant's horse and Mr. C. K. Willi
ams' horse, causing the death of the
hitler animal as previously repotted.
Chang Sing was lined S.") and
$'5.30 costs to-day for assaulting
Maika, Kamikc, Kahlua, and
Olua were found guilty of assault
ayd battery on Joe Tuvarez. They
attacked him while he was walking
with his wife and daughter on Waia
lua road. Fines and costs were im
posed as follow: Kaluna S'il.80,
OSiia and Kauiike $10.80 each, Mai
EVENTS THIS EVENING. .
Chinese fireworks on K-.planade,
at 7: SO.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Uillcs, at
Katnehameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. 11., at 7 ;''(.
RAMIE IN THE STATES.
The mills of this country are be
ginning to use successfully the ram
ie plant. And yet none of the Ain
eiicau inventors have produced a ma
chine that will decorticate the fiber
and make good work ; in fact, no sub
stitute has yet been found to com
pete willi the Chinese hand-ptepared
fiber. Many tons of the Chinese pro
duction are Unpolled into (his coun
try. ( )ue Massachusetts mill takes a
supply equal lo 10,000 pieces of dry
goods. The woven article is much
.sought after, and the cultivation of
the. ramie plant in tho south as a
paying crop is thought to bo only
tlmi. f Pet mil Free
UAII.V lUfj.hlilTlMs IIONOIillliU, II. I.,
dOL. ASflr'OflD'S flEPLY,
''hiroli 111 l.M.tis -Tli mild de
scriptioti which Mr. Wilder applied
to Mr. lo3ii at the Kefnrii) mass
meeting has evidently classed the
former among the latlcr's "disturb
ing element." It "disturbs" peo
ple, sometimes, to be told the truth.
Il is lo the credit of Hie class of
citicus to which Mr l'osa belongs
that .Mr. Wilder described him truth
fully when he said lie was a "misera
blc'speciineu" ol that class. This
is proven by the letler of MivlJosa,
in your issue of the '21st, which
contains more cowardly insinuations
and absolute falsehoods than any
campaign document of equal length
yet produced dining the pending
contest. So far as it refers lo me,
and my complicity with Mr. Wilcox
in any revolutionary scheme cither
befoic or after or upon July ilOth,
the writer knew when liu penned the
cliaiges that he was writing an un
qualified falsehood. Il is true, from
Mr. I'osa's .standpoint , that theie is
a "disturbing clement" in Ihis com
munity. 1 1 "disturbed" Mr. l'osa
on June ."Olli by unceremoniously
kicking him out of a number of
olllces of State, including Ailing
General, Governor of Oahu, Major
Gcneial in immediate command of
the Forces'of the Island, King's
a number of other public olllces too
numerous to mention. Yet with all
this "pride of place" in his favor,
the "distuibiug element." igiioinin
lously kicked him out: and, to add
insult lo injury, they refused nflci
ward lo give him Hie Kegisliarsliip,
which he begged the present govern
ment to do. Had 1 1 icy done llii-,
Jlr. lo-.a would now probably Ins an
ardent suppoiler of Mr. Wilder and
Hut unfoi lunate indeed is the paily
which lias to carry a man whose eutiie
political stock-in-trade consist-, in
waving the bloody shirt. This, .Mr.
l'osa has always done; but so long
as onlj his individuality was con
cerned, no one noticed him, because,
if over "the streets of llonolulu ran
red'with the blood of foreigners,"
as this man with the many ferocious
military ex-tilles has always said
and sliil says they must, wo all know
that Mr. I osa would be a long way
out ol range. Hut when he an
nounces this as the acting President
of the Hui Kalaiaina, it simply puts
him in tho place of Mr. Gibson in
1887, when whites without regard
to political .sentiment arose as one
man lo stille a cry which, if persist
ed in, must surely end in the ex
tinction of the native lace. Hun
dreds of men now in the Mechanics'
Union were of that partj' who "dis
turbed" Mr. Uosa in S7. His
speech at the Aimory has opened
their eyes lo the fact that the. viper
was scotched, not killed, on June
.10th. They are now realizing that
if Mr. Uosa had any "say," the en
tire "disturbing element" of '87
would have to go or light ; and that
Mr. Hosa is now directing all his
"fight" against those particular in
dividuals of that "element" who,
for reasons best known to himself,
are specially distasteful to him ami
hoping, if successful, to- thereby
strengthen himself for the comple
tion of the task.
The whole job, Mr. Kdilor, is a
campaign lie as stupid as it is
dirty and has already brought
upon its originator tlic anathema of
the thinking members of the party
which for the present is obliged to
carry him ; and resulted in the de
sertion, by many, of a cause for the
support of which a self-styled leader
insists that the (lo him) "disturb
ing clement must go, even If in
driving them out tho streets of Ho
nolulu will run red with the blood of
Voi.nuv Y. AsiiKoirn.
California : Lands
voic sajcio :
'PUK undersigned wbhes lo iiifonu
L the public that lie litis opened a
III. inch California Land Oillce, at N'o.
12 Meiclmut -licet, llonolulu.
To pciMui- wNhlng to invent In
Choice Timber, Agilcultiue, Kiiiit or
Orn.iug Lauds in the line State of Cali
fornia, or In Ocsh.ilili! Iliilldlug Lots in
the lunuli(ul City and Suburbs of Oak
land, with II- uiulv.iled clhualu and
oiioi limbic-. I am piepaied to offer
eeiy Inducement in the way of bargain'-.
The Lands which I here offer haw all
been most caicfully ln-iicctcd by a
Ihoiouglily i citable -ure,vor, employed
specially for that purno-c, and 1 am
tliurefnii) enabled lo give -atlsfiictor.v
ginii.iutee that cciy piece offeicd will
stiiLiiy coiic-ponu wun inn lU'rcnpiiou
given by inc.
'I he 'i'llh's to these Lands aie perfect,
lit'Iug In the main state school lauds.
The previous pei.-ou.il lnpection
thereof at great cpuina, oflui-, abso
lute security to piuehascis and 1- an
Inducement offemd by no other dealer
In state school lamls in California.
The pilce langch fiom $:i.fiO peraeie
upwaiil according to quality ami loca
tion, and there U no doubt, by taking
Into' account the rapid uiowth and pro-giei-lou
of that .State, that tliece Innd-i
olfercd at these low llgiues niii-l within
a few years command a much higher
piico, ami so scenic to evci.v law-Mur a
niollt not easily eipuiled In any othci
line of speculation.
This oppoiluuliy will be open for a
limited time only, and I thciefoie ex
tend an Imitation to all who vi-h lo
scenic good and (heap hoiueslulli.it
uiiigiilllceiit .State and Country, and also
to tlin-c who ilc?lie to lineal a little
money to so great advantage and pioilt.
lo call upon me sunn and obtain full
Infornintlnn will be elieeifullv given.
JQ" Oillce i ooiu with .1. A. Miigooit,
nltoniev, No. I'-' Meiehunt slicct.
I f ' A. "tHHtOF!'.
'v'ii'3 t..w.i.rp. w iv.mirjMmit?teM;n?'rm . i n
'Ibcic will be given mi the
New Market Ground, Esplanade,
The (it.iudcH Kxhihilinn
if I'lltr. WOHK.S ever rccii
KOtihitiou will consist of-
Pieceir DcBuribing' Buttle Sconca, Birila, Anlnvils, Flowers,
&c , &c, all Being Mo3t Natural & Piclm'osiiuo.
The ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
IMCIt-MOS ol AI).MIS.-illN:
)ic Code :.:; 1 IU
Id nehes :::.:: 7"
li.dh'iy :::::: .".0
gjHy D.mui. open nl li'.l'.O ii'clnck, l''bibiliiiu to cnuiuiflicr
teiuinuitc a' 0 :.'!() o'clock.
?"" Tickets cut be nbliiini-d .it the olll.-e uf l.ewj .1. Levey,
I'oil and I'liecn sflecK
l..:i Iw LOOK IIINJ
LEADIR& MILLINERY HOUSE
EGAN &. aTJTXTX
Itloflc, t'. '
French, Enilisli iiml American Dry aiiil Fane? tiuuiLs,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LIN'K OF HOLIDAY (IOODS
Klfl Glo?es, Diameiil Dye Black Hese in IDei k Plain.
Acction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, .Jan. g.llli,
AT V O'CLOCK NOOX.
At my Silesrooni, Queun Mioel, I will
tell al Public Auction, a
Hilimtcil on the ni'iiiltii ililu of Heic
tnuiii sticcl, between the rosidctict't of
Mr. C'anav.irio and Mr. U. K. ISoauliuan.
The Lot lias a good clevntion nboe
the streul mid in well plauleil with ehaile
ticca. Water laid on.
Sle of Lot:
f ft deep, and
81 reel fniuliiije by 1H0
v.i u (i font l.iiitt on tin:
THUMR: 1,' r.iRb, Inlunce In 1,
and II year", inieresl at 7 pel cunt.
Kuilher pirlleului.s apply In
,ias. v. moik;an,
i j ft
Stocks & Bonds !
On SATURDAY, Jan. Sol Ii,
AT l'i O'CLOCK 00,
At my Hnlrxrnnm, (Juecn Htroet, 1 will
hell at Public Auction,
00 Shares Haw. Agricul. Co.'s Stock,
I'.ir Value 100.
10 Shares Ookala Plantation Stock,
Par Value f'OO.
8 Shares Reciprocity Stock,
Par Value ijsllO.
9 Shares Houomu Stock,
Par Value tlOO.
$10,000 Government 0 Percent Bonds.
10 Shares Olowaln Plantation.
People's Ice fl Kofrl.15. Co.
Mutual Telephone do.
Oihu Railroad Stock.
tH""nils 1h 1111 ecelleiit nppoitunily
lo willi' giind pijina iiivcstniiiiH.
ITiVi lil Ailtilhnieci,
l'lfiiu I'm )
in the Kingdom-
will be in ATTENDANCE
at 7 and
7 7 l''m't (nii'-l.
be given by the t'lithol
lienevoli nt So:icly on
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
J 5 C 'till In
SITUATION as Sugar Cleik 01
NiL'ht Wiitclitnnti nt a mill. 01 it
plane aa Lutiti ou a good pliui'a'ion.
Hum cxpetlene.! and can furnish good
reference, ('all or nddiuss "M. E 1'.,"
Uui.i.r.iiN Oillce. 4,'i7 ti
ADIVIDKNI) of Three fll) Dollars
per .-hare will be paid to the
Ii.iiiiIiiiiIcis of tin Inlcr-lsliiiid Steam
Navigation Co, on TIIUItSDAY. Hie
u:ird lnl., at their oillce ou (iiieeu
-tivct. .1. KN'A,
Sccretarv I. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, .Ian. '.'.', isuo. t.v.i lit
A(iOOI) P.iMuri! ut WalMUi, lor a
limllvil nuiuber of lint m. at rea.
W. II. ALDMCJU.
NEW ZEALAND MULLliT
f II Y iibc cauiicd fitlninn when New
T .tiilniiil Mullet, liioRotinccd bv
eoiinoifsciiiH 10 be vastly Miperior, is
olititiiiiiblcv Wholeo'ile nircnla are
.1. E. 11HOW.V ic CO.,
57 1w Alerclmnt etrect.
S. 1)1)1,11 llnrfc, well
in nil ri'ni'ciH.
W. tJ. f'KACOOK.
Cy HOWS, 7 nionths old j
O 5 Younj; Piy, t
month old. Pi ice iSO
;jte each for the lire! lot, !S
lor i'i'i at 'J months old. Applv t once.
W It. riKAL,
4! fifi lw
I'. O. I).) No. !17ll.
HOOM t'otliifjo at K.ipi
laina, near l.ihlia stieel
istallou of Tr.iinwa.Vs t.'o- Cot-
icecnll) p.ilutcd and li.ipeifd
llnoudiout. Koiil niodeiate, Ai)ly
Or lo.l.lMtiowu, Ooveiuiueiit Survey
Views ol the British
The I-'ipiilahle. shows ri;;urP8 equal to those
flieult of some very icspecl'ible-sicd Stales. T
The !'iiiilab!o Life Assurance Society is- a colnml itisiilulion. Il U
uiiiipie in its position ami man clous in its word. It occupiei tin highest
place ainoiin kindled institution'. f The liish Iuoiuaiuv It.iiil'iu anil
Ills no 1110 disguising the fact tha'
poiition among the Insurance oillce-. of
ness, holds a larger surplus and gives
company. Leamington Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of state iiisuiance in ('eriuany compare wlut
ii done by soinnnf the gical pi i vale Assurance Companies, by the greate-it
of thein all, for instance, the Krpiltahlc Life Assurance Society of (he I'nileil
St at in. f Dublin Lyceuin.
Tho largest of Americ.iu Life Olllces and therefore the laryest in the
World is the Kipiilable Life Assurance Society of the I'. S. '''airplay of
The ollicc that has done the. most, in promoting safe and liberal J.ife
Insurance is the Ivpiilable Life As-nrancc Society of the II. S. London
Xew liiHiness in
Income tor l.SSil ,
ALSX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Cleneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, KfpiiP.ihle Life Assurance Society
of the l S. .lan-l-'.t'i)
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
i re oin MLorvci tor is i
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnisliing Goodsi
A NHW l.VVOK'K OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(l.il.ini;ed I'l'iice Wne, Ulncl: Steel Fence Wiie, (i.ilvuiiicd Slnph-n,
Uliick Staples, Special ticilitv l-'ciice Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -m Sr NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late auivaN. Agents foi
Kulilicr ('union Hose, Wlro Houiid Ho.s5, Slcam Homo,
Ol- VKIJY KI'I'IIIIIOH (H'M.HY.
I'AC'IFIC HAKDWAHK CO., (L'd'),
15. F. l)ii.r.isr.n.vi, .1. (.5. SiT.Krmt, F. L. Win run,
j'liil'i'.M) l'ic.siilcitl. .Mnnagei it Secietary. Tieiibiirer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATrOX & INSUKANCE ACJENTH,
Builders' and General Hardware,
HOUSE FURNISIIINO GOODS !
Kilcbeii UteiisilH, l'ninti, OiU, VninihluM, Lamp ("nods' ami
Blake's Steam Pamps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, St Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
I J- 1 -J I !- .' .J-l- 1 1 1" ' J 1 1 I 11
C. H. IIk.nouv, President ic Manager. .Ioii.n
(iOlirilKV UllOW.sT.Secielaij V TlLM-Uiei. Ckcii.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Npi't'ckt'lK' Hunk, : Fort Ntri'ei, Honolulu.
IMPOKTKUS nml DKALKKS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
CliaiuleliciH, KlecloliuiH, Lampa it Lamp Fixtuics,
l'.iintM, Oil.s it Varnidhi'rt, L.ud Oil, Uylindyr Oil,
rowdoi, Shot t':iH, Maohifie-loadcd Cartridges, ('hainbeil.iiirrt l'.ilont ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING -:- GOODS,
Silver Hated Wine, Table it
l'low.s, I'lanterrs' Stool Uwt,
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