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tift BY AUTHORITY.
Sale of Leae of tho Govornmant Land
of Kuauwaeloc, at Palolo 0.hu.
On WEDNESDAY, M iy 13,1891!,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the (lout en
trance of Aliiulani Hull' will be sold
at Public Auction the Lease of the
Government Laud at Ktininvnolim, ut
Palolo, Onliu, containing nn uiea of
18 8 MOO acres, ot which 7 21-100
acres is Itice Land.
Teim Louse for 15 years.
Upset price $100 pei annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Mar. 31, 181)2.
Sale of Lease of the Government Lokcs
of Lolepaua and Kaihikapu, at
On WEDNESDAY, May IS, 1S1)2,
ut 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliioliuu Hale will be sold
at public miction the Lcasu of the
Government hobos of ICaihikaim and
Lolepatia, at Moanaluu, Oahu.
Term Lease for 20 years.
Upset price $500 per annum, pay
able beini-annually in advance.
0. N. SPENCEH,
ilinistei of the lutciior.
Interior Oilice, Apiil 7, 1S1I2.
Honolulu, 11. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of watei privileges, or tho.-e
paying water rates, aie hereby noti
fied that tho liouiM for using water foi
irtigalion purposes are fioni 0 to 8
o'clock a. m., and 4 to 0 o'clock v. m.
until further notice.
JOHN O. rt'HlTE,
tiupt. Honolulu Waterworks.
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Slit. L. von TEMPSKY has this
day been appointed Homestead Land
Agent for the District of Mak.iwao,
l&hmd of Maui, vice It. von Tempsky,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the interior.
Inteiior Oilice, May 10, 1S02.
filliped to nei'Jur Sect not farcy,
Hut established for the benriit of all.
TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1S92.
OUR ANNEXATION MINISTER.
Washington despatches to the San
Francisco papers report that Hcpre
bentativo Blount, chairman of the
foreign affaiis committee, was mak
ing a still hunt among the members
on a proposition to annex the Hawai
ian Islands. Mr. Hlouiit on being
questioned expressed himielf as
favorable to annexation, and said,
"Jf we don't get those islands some
other nation will gobble them up
from under our nose, and then we
will have a peek of trouble." Hon.
J. Mott Smith, Hawaiian Minister,
when asked about the mutter, said
he was not in the confidence of those
who were reported to be interested
in Hie move, adding that he was not
aware of any such plan. Dr. Smith
is reported to have said further that
if the United States made Hawaii a
fair proposition looking toward an
nexation it would bo well received.
Another repoit says our Minister put
it still stronger, sa3'ing "the Hawai
ian Government will doubtless be
pleased to entertain any such pro
positions that the United Slates may
have to make." It looks us if Dr.
Smith was deliberately over-riding
his commission 1)' encouraging a
conspiracy to destroy the autonomy
of those islands. In this he probably
hopes to have the backing of the an
nexationist faction here, and that the
plot will be consummated before the
fliends of independent Hawaii have
time to lake pieventive measures,
Unless the Government has received
assurance from Minister Smith that
he is still loyal to the country and
faithful to his commission, his recall
should go forward to Washington by
the next mail.
S. S.. AUSTRALIA.
The steamer Australia, II . C.
Houdletle, commander, bailed Iroin
Sail Kianciseo, May 10th, at 2 p. m.,
wilh 38 cabin and 20 steerage pas
stngeis and 31 bags mails. Expel i
enced extraordinarily good weather
throughout Ihc voyage. Arrived at
Honolulu, May 17th, ut 0i8Q u. m,
& BVBfsaaRfim i ...
THE TRAMWAYS AND THE PARK.
This morning's Advertiser contains
an editorial on a dispute which has
prune up between the Directors of
the Kapiolani l'aik Association and
tho Hawaiian Tramways Company as
to the tight of way into lite Park,
from various interviews hold with
the olllcers of Ihc Paik, since the
contioveisv became known a few
davs niio, the following facts are
elicited. It was hoped at that that
tho inntter would bo satisfactorily
settled without publicity, but it has
become for the present an irrecon
The question of admitting the
tramway into the Pailc has been dis
cussed freely by the Directors, and
some months ago Mr. Pain was in
formed by one of the directors, that
by nmklng proper application to that
Hoard a right of way could bo ob
tained on the mauka side of the main
avenue as far as Mr. Campbell's resi
dence, but that the right would only
be granted on condition that the Tram
ways Co. conformed to the rules and
regulations prescribed by the direc
tors. Such rules naturally were that
no stables, unsightly depots or dan
gerous crossings be allowed to mar
the beauty of the Park. Mr. Pain's
answer to this was that it would not
pay his coinpanj- to construct this
extension and so the matter diopped.
Some time last week the Tramways,
Company commenced to extend their
line over the new bridge at AVaikiki,
their franchise allowing them, we be
lieve, to go as far as the Park. Now
the boundary of the Park extends to
the fence north of Mukee Island, and ,
before the new work had got that far
two at least of the Directors person
ally saw Mr. Pain and told him that
the Paik Association would object to
any infringement on their boundaries
unless its consent had been fust ob
tained. Mr. Pain promised to stop
at the boundary mentioned, but,
totally disiegardiug his word, on Fri
daj last he built about sixty feet over
his proper line, and which the same
evening was removed by order of the
Park Association, hence the contro
versy. The "ollicial" notification
which Mr. Pain has had published,
and on which lie lays such stress as
not having received in time, was only
sent by the Directors when they
found Mr. Pain's word was not to be
relied upon. As to how much the
public will suffer by the action of the
Park Association, and of which the
Advertiser complains, is easily
shown. Had Mr. Pain been permit
ted to extend his line to what he was
pleased to consider as the entrance to
the Park, it would only have taken
the tramway some 300 or 100 feet
farther than it is at present, but it
would have terminated just at one of
the prettiest spots of the Park, there
by marring its beauty and attractive
ness, and had the Tramways wished
still further to push its privileges, it
might have resulted in a "depot" be
ing constructed similar to the one the
Tramways is now fostering at the
eutiance to the bridge and of which
the public are the best judges, as to
its beauty, attiactiveness, or cleanli
ness. The Directois have simply done
what they consider right in protecting
our beautiful little park against un
sightly encioachments. They offer
ed the Ti am ways a right of way into
Hie Park under fair terms which it
refused, and it can hardly be accused
ol giving the public such a magnifi
cent service as to complain now of
auy action taken by the Directors in
protecting the public's rights.
LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNI
Examinations in all entrance sub
jects for the above University will be
held at Fort-street school, Honolulu,
I une 9, 10 and 11. The examina
tions will be held in the following
Thursday, June Dili, Physiology,
!):00-1():0; Elementary Algebra,
10:;i()-12i80; PlauetJeomelry, 1 :80
a :1J0 ; English, :U0-0:00.
Friday, June 10th. Advanced Al
gebra, Spanish and Physics, 8 ;30
10:J10; German and Greek, 10:30
12:30; Solid Geometry, English His
tory and French, 1:30-3:30; Latin
Satuiday, June 1 1 til. Latin (21),
Chemistry and Uotany, 8:30-10 '30;
Trigonometry and English Litera
ture, 10:30-12:30; American His
tory and Zoology, 1:30-3:30; Gre
cian and Roman History and Free
hand Drawing, 3:30-0:00.
THE OCEAN RAGE.
The ocean race between tho bark
Albeit, barkeutines Planter and Di
moiid is now on record. The bark
Albert, Captain Winding, arrived in
San Fiaucisco May 1st, UA days,
and the Planter, Captain Dow, and
Dimond, Captain Nelson, -May 3d,
13A days from Honolulu. Captain
Winding left poit first and therefore
had a lead of several hours, which ho
increased to two days. The Dimond
left last. Soino money changed
hands on this race.
Tuk Uium-wick billiard juniors uro
tint mott olej-'ant jileanuro resort in
MR. QUINTS DEFENSE.
Since there is so much being said
about that Kauai teacher, 1 feel it
my duty to give the exact facts.
Mr. Knu'dscn both falsifies and exag
gerates in his statement.
Some time early in March I had
occasion lo administer corporal pun
ishment to a Norwegian hoy now in
his 13th year, mil 10 years old. lie
was one of those sniart boys with
which every teacher is acquainted,
.lust smart enough to be a nuisance.
Always seeking to cause trouble
when from under the teacher's eye.
Hut when caught, assumes an injured
look, then catching some pupil's e,e
bursts out laughing. When oilier
pupils speak of it to him at inlei mis
sion he boastingly says, "Suppose
teacher whip me, my father light
him." So having no desire to leant
and no fear of the lencher he con
tinues to molest and corrupt the
whole school. Repeatedly 1 sought
in various ways to induce him to
work, or at least to refrain fioin in
terfering with the other pupils.
Such efforts being in vain, 1 con
cluded to try a sound thrashing, and
risk his father's whipping. This
day, atter completing the work on
which 1 was engaged, but not.with
out repeated interruptions caused by
this boy, his class was called on to
recite. The pupils complained that
Gustav wouldn't lot them study. At
this Gustav was intensely amused.
He had succeeded. Without any
.uiger 1 performed a conscientious
duty by whipping him across the
shoulders with a light strap. It was
severe but in no manner brutal or
This took place at about 11 o'clock.
He took no special notice of it. Ho
played as usual at noon. In the
afternoon Gustav knew his lesson ;
something unusual. That the hoy
went to Mr. Knudscn's house trem
bling, etc., from ttie whipping is
false, tor at 4 o clock I had to send
him home from playing buttons at a
Chinese store. If he could escape
my seeing there is where he spent his
The next morning Mr. Knudsen
brought the boy to school, showed
uie three small marks on his hack,
and charged me with making them
wilh the str.ip in punishing him. Mr.
Knudsen then sought to quariel with
me by calling names and using insult
ing language. 1 reminded him that
there was a limit to which his gray
hairs would protect him, when he
went out saying if he couldn't whip
me he would sue me. Before leaving
the grounds he went to my assistant
and, for no cause, spoke in a very
ungentlemanly manner. Sue me he
did and I was fined $5. The judge,
through the interpreter, said it was
not for excessive punishment. Why
then was I lined? For assault and
battery or to please K.inuka? Guess.
The fact that I punished the boy 1
seek not to excuse or deny. For I
believe it is impossible to make the
legitimate rewards a sullicient incen
tive to work in those schools. And
when a youth knows what is light
hut persists in wrong doing, after
special privileges are attached to
right-doing, the opposite way must
be made immediately painful. And
the pain attached to wrong-doing
must be increased until the pupil
chooses right from preference.
So, notwithstanding the Adver
tiser's cry of "Wieteh! Brute!"
etc., I believe, when "moral suasion"
fails, a good old fashioned fist with a
rod, or strap, in it, and a sensible
man or woman behind it who is will
ing to assume the responsibility and
insist on obedience and order at all
hazards to just law, is necessary.
TRIBUTE FROM BROOKLYN.
Ovide Musiii, who, if not the supe
rior, is at least the peer of any living
violinist, witli his iinu company of
artists, gave a most delightful con
ceit at the Academy of Music last
evening. As to Musin himself, it
needs but a few of his opening
phrases to convince the hem cr that
he is more than a viituoso he is a
genius of the very highest order.
Other playei'3 astonish by their mas
tery of tlie technique of the instru
ment; Musin makes one forget that
there are any mechanical dilliculties
to overcome. The instrument in his
hand is completely subdued to his
will, tho soul of music is shed about
the hall, its spell falling upon every
listener, and tlio traditions of Paga
nini ono is tempted to say of
.Orpheus himself ure vividly re
called. -Brooklyn, N. Y., Standard
Union, May 13, 1801.
The Royal Hawaiian and the U. S.
V. S. San Francisco bands will give
a combined band concert at the Ha
waiian Hotel this evening commenc
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Following is
(Under direction of Bandmaster II.
Grand March -RIeu.i Wagner
Selection The Flying Dutchman....
Choi us and Jlareh Tanulriiiser
Finale Lohengrin Wagner
(Under diieeliou of Iiaiiiluatcr Cailos
March The Thunderer Houza
Song and Dances of Northern Kurnjiu.
Invitation to the Walt. Weber
Selection -Oaeperoune Millneker
The Star Spangled Banner.
'Tio when tho happy bluebirtl'n Hash
Urimhes llio do will op fiom tho vio
let That wo observe Hub surest sign of
iMiinn iu'vit- Jn'iitt-nj t''t on ii
Philip Davis, tho famous baseball
player, now occupying the position
of ' first base in the Kamchamoha
nine, was assaulted last night about
10 o'clock. Davis was walking along
llori'tania street quietly when -nil
elderly man named Louis Mela row
ran up and struck him on the head
with a stick, making a deep gash from
which blood flowed profusely. The
assaulted man fell insensible and was
taken to the Police Station, when- Ins
injuries were attended lo by Dr.
Chas. Peterson. Davis described his
assailant, who was airesled. At 4
o'clock this morning McGrew bailed
MeGiew said ho had been driuking
with Paddy Ryan and had fallen out
with him. Consequently they had a
fight and Ryan ran away. McGrew
being muddled ran after him, and
seeing Davis thought it was Ryan,
when he run up behind and struck
him on the head with a slick. Davis,
of course, was unaware of the man's
intentions, or else ho would have
been able to take care of himself to
his assaila'nt's sorrow. The trial will
come up in the Police Court on
Thursday. McGrew lias preferred
charges against Paddy Ryan for as
sault on him, and Ryan is under ar
rest. Tho host spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not ohly physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
V.x ' lltiinnri.
The Pacii'ic IlAumvAitr. Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
YVaie, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avcnaiius by the bar
rel, ease or smaller quantity.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Si A. S ., B-iJ OF
Household Furniture !
On TiintSDAY, Msiy l!Hli.
AT I) OTMMIi; A. 31 .
I will ell at the Residence of Mas. J. D.
TUCKER, Xiiiiaim i-treer (on account of
The Entire Kousenold Furniture
u. W. Upholstered Parlor Suite,
li. W. Marbletop Bedioom Suite,
O.tl- ii aMi Bidsteads,
Spring & Who Mutti'ifsc,
B W. Cheffoniers & Waidrobes,
B. W. Marhletop (nihrorbaolO Side-
LaigeKxtenMon Dining-loom Table.
B. W. Uiahn, Veianila Chair.,
Chrtudeliera, Hany.'u g Lamps,
Pictures, Mo(puto Nets. Rug'',
Charter 0 ik bt.iv?. & Utensils,
Crockery & (iluwaie,
1 Fine Top Brake,
Hoise fc Haine-., PoU Feins,
AUCTION SALE OF
Tnniini n iMTHMimi
i h i ii ii 1 1 H i i 1 1 1 i
mjw i v nn hi
On FIJI DA V, May 27th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at I'uhlic Auction at the lieM
dence of 1)11. JIODOKHS, Hotel stieet,
opnoslto Y. M, li. A., (on iiecount of
deli.ultue), hi: Entire
Household Funuture & Effects,
1 fiTLAWtt FTAWO
Hy Win colter;
MDRS CURTAINS, RUGS,
Piano Cover, I'htno Stool,
Wicker Chahb, H ieker Koekerx,
1 Cheny Ceiitie Tahle,
A Fine lot of
Standard and Medical Works,
Pieseilptlou Ke.iles, Glass Show Cases,
Kohlin Hook Case,
Ahh lledrooin .Sck,
Uoloied Ili'dioom .Sots,
Spring & Hair Mattrasses,
l.oiingea, .Mosilllto Nun,
hlnlnfj-rooni Talilo & ch.ihb,
I'ietuies, Oil htove,
CROCKERY md GLASSWARE,
Etc., Etc., Ktc,, Etc.
rAS. I1. A10KGN(
A.IUNICIt Clerk lit an Importing
house. Musi be well leeoiiiiueud
ed, a good peuuimi, and quick and ao
cuiule at llguies. Addles "E,," liui.
m;tin OH1l. I 422 at
It&CtMitP A. SIcCDKUDV
It has paid its members stnee its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by
ti3 For full particulars apply to
L. .). Levey.
Lessee it Manager.
The Famous Violin Virtuoso, sup
poi ted by
Mdmo ANNIE LOU'SE TANNER,
The American N'lglithig.ile, and
MONS. EDUARD SCHARF,
Superior Solo Pianist,
Will give Two Grand Concerts on
Thursday & Baturd -y t venings,
May isnli ninl 21 h
may" Box l'lnii open on Momlny, Muv
Milt, at the Olllee of L .1. Levey.
, rpWO Nicely Furnished
U'fp-jVt; X Hoonis centrally located.
iiumire 1Sui.i,i:tin Olllee.
1 1 stieet, opini-
t (Jinn en. An-
K. I. AAAK,
At Then. It. Duvlcs .t Po.
TO KK - r
A 4-ltOOMKD Oottajtc on
l Foit stieet. Gootl loca
tion and moderate rent.
pply on the premises or to
11 KNHY SMITH,
JM tf At the fiov'l liuihUu!;.
Y(t fjpiJK Cottage containing"
$jgaSg 1 Rooms, al-o Kitchen,
sy&lis&J I'.mtiy, Bathroom, etc., on
No Uil Bcietiuila street, (outhwest cor
nel). Apply to
410 lw II. V. SCHMIDT.
sxi. A 'PHIS Stoics in "Ailingtou
?vvS S Block" recently occupied
SSK&StK by E. G. Si'human aie to let,
together with the Cellar. This Cellar is
the llnct and driest in the city. Applv to
U. BREWER & CO.."
411 lin Queen street.
FOIl KB NT
,, a rpuE Pome now occupied
AJS.-WR$S JL by 'J'. Smith, Eq., tin
iSL'lrSS Bel omnia s'tuet next to Mr.
I.o-e. POsses-slou gheti on the M of
May next. For paitieulais inquire at
the Custom House.
;!!)! tf G. K. BOARDMAN.
.-. A VERY Desirable
h.5ft Y tleiu-e hevontl the Pri
r&"ir3t2E i-on. containing Rooms with
i i".,?r. .. 7 '
Kitchen, Pantry. Dimiigroum an J liatn.
The l'rcini-esa'ie well-laid out with ft nit
and other trees. Apply to
I.. P. FERNANDEZ,
tOG tin At II. F. Wielnn.in's.
JIOsELi FOIfc SALE!
Kino New, Two-
l2S.-7-l- -"".; ."...'...
&tCSX l Story
A. m . , r-r- . Tt,i' tun Kiitiir iiiini ii i, ,
VS2? the Knllvvay .Station, WailuMi,
at present occupied lij Geo W. M.iefar
liiuu it Co. This is the bi-st hiu-lne.-s
stand in Wailukii, and .-uliable for either
a hotel or More. Ii commands a tine
view of the harbor. Kor term- apnly to
M1JS. K. llVI'OHEIOlt,
10!) tf ISO Nmiiiim Avenue.
M'KOlAli Ml tiV li
ASPKOIAL Meeting of tho stock
holdi'K! of the Iloiiomu Sujjar
Ooinpany will ho held on TUKSDAY,
Kih May, at 10 o'clock A. ti., at the
olllce of C. liiower & Co . (I.'d).
A. C. I.OVKKIX,
Honolulu, Mayil. ib!)2. U'i 7t
yrOCKIIOI.DEItS of Wailiee Suar
Special Meeting ot the Company will bo
held at tho olllce of Hivvver iV Co . on
tho 'Oth day ot May. 1MU, at 10 o'clock
A. Jt. .1. O, CAKTEK,
Seo'y VVitlliuu .Sugar Co.
Honolulu, May it, 18Ui. 4 1(1 101
s p jso i aTTw KTIS G.
STOCIfHOI.DEUri of Hawaiian Agil
eidttu.il Cotnpany will take milieu
that a Kpocial .MecPng of tho t'oinpany
will bo li ld at tho ollico ol i. Uiewor it
Co., on tho -ilBt day of Mav, 18'J.', at 10
o'clock A. m. .1. O. f'AKJ'KK,
Hee'v Daw. Agil. Co.
Honolulu, Mayil. lnOi. 110 lit
SPlllNGKIKID :I0. Eight Gas Ma
rt chine in complete working onler
and glial .inteed, Will bo hMd upon
favorable tei ms lo the piuchaser. Also
a few lIaudoue Kixiite. Apply to
!!l)0 tf King street.
rpiIE Master or Agents of the Amerl
L can lark "KUInoio" will not bo
responsible for debls eonti acted by the
crew without a written onler.
W. G. IUWIN AsCO.,
122 lw ' AgenU Uaik "KUInoio."
JMI'ifilt HANGING i
1 1 IVI1 J. L Mi:vr.u the Painter a call
JT and luivo your Paper Hanging done
proiup;ly ami neatly. 1KU Kort street.
P. O. IJox 387. Mutual Telephone
ci2. U(! tf
l'iului'u Fraint'H niadit to
' order fmin lalortt stylos of
mouldings. Fieiiovutioii ol'
old piulurus a HjioohilLy at
) lLius Bros., liotol-atrool.
Issues Every Desirable I'orsrs of
I N S. I : K K
Society of the
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
The consideration of first importance in judging of the condition of
nny financial institution (and notably of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend over long peiiods of yens) is its surjiUw,
strength. The Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, a larger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, - - $138,198,518.38
LIA3IUTIES, including tlio Rcsro on all cxisilng Policies. (4
per cont. Standard) and Special Reserve ( wtd Ihc es
tablishment ol a 3., par cent, valuatl n) ut $1,500,000 109 905,537.82
Surplus, $ 26292,98056
This Surplus remains after making
rigid calculation of Liabilities based on
surance Law of the State of New York,
invested so a to realize interest at the
addition to this, in a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
on the recommendation of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Reserve, looking towards even a moie stringent and conservative
future standard of valuation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. CARTWRKGMtT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, L'd,
Fort Street. Honolulu.
1' II 1Z
Ornamental! Economical & Dutahle!
Eddy's Old Estaiiusiii:i)
Ice GliBsts k Refflpratori,
China, Crockery Glassware,
Plantat on To Is, Implenw? & Supplies
Paint, OiK & Varnishes.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lu'-ilcatiug Oils I
Always, the wime; made hy a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantttis to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
m w&g) a
104 Fort Street,
oys' Calico Shirt
Children's Corset Waist for 40ett.
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS & MADRAS DRAPERIES
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
rtKNKIt F(UT & MOTEL STKKETH.
We Offer for TWO WEEKS Our Entire Stock at Reduced Prioes I
SwihMis, Hcoteli GinghaniH, Krench Sateens, White Diess Goods, cheeked
and stuped; UEDFOIU) COHI), latest style; Figured Lawns, Etc.
TVTjic1'h I i'Iil rs .t I Mndraw !
Ladies' Underwear, Corset Waist for Ladies k Childion ; Corsot (Cooler) very
nice for this climate; Euibroidciy and Laces,
Boy'a Clothing, Trunks & Valises, Hats. Parasols, Hosiery, Etc.
fcj. EI1KLICII & CO.,
Corner Kort & Hotel Btreets.
f. BHLEBS & CO.
After taking Stock wo offer superior values for les than former prices in every
OHENILLH POUTIEJIES, KHU.M IJ0.00 UPW.tlU),
JLrxIiow' Sc '!liU1roii'M GoHHamer
AT ALL .STYLES AND PHICES.
GENTS' SOIRrS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCKS AND BOAKFS AT COST,
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