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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
RIIOM AND AFTKlt JUNK 1. 18'!3.
To Kwa Mm,.
LOOAIj AND QBNEBAIi NEWS.
Howards nro offered to-day for lost
pigs awl a lost dog.
Tho P. G. band plays at Emma
Stpiaro this ovoning.
black retriever dog
Leave l'earl City...
Arrive Ewu Mill...
Leave Kwn Mill.,
1-envc I'oorl Oltv.
A. Saturdays only.
11. Biiiiilnvs exeopteil.
I). Saturdays excepted.
TI DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, NOV. li, 1893.
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. in. Wunthor
clear, wind light northoast.
Sir Robert Hcrron, Kingston, Ire
land, has our thanlm for late Dublin
Sis casos of drunkenness worn
fiuod $2 ouch in tho District Court
; CHEATED THE GAIiLOWS.
Liiing Yuo, tho Ohineso Murderer,
i Liung Yao, ohargod with tho mur-
dor of Tong Hoon Hijo at Ewa,
, hungod himsolf in Police Station '
coll No. f botwoon 4 and f o'clock '
1 this morning. Turnkey Flagg was
making his usual rounds at 5 o clock
whou, pooriug into coll No. 5, ho
' saw tho murdoror suspended from
j an iron bar on the inside of the
door. Ho immediately gave the
I alarm and Yamamoto, a prisoner
. working at tho Station, went in and
I eut the body down. When found
. the bodv was mnto warm, although Awi..-fC'S ...s
Mr. J. F. Morgan will sell 10 shares i lift) was extinct. It was evident that nMivM'.VV.
nt W!..,. 11. ...... I?..,ii n,. ..I ...I. .)!. I I lw mtirrliirnr Imil nut. linen liitliL'illir .A.Vs"'-v' v"i AT! ., A
at 12 noon to-morrow. ' more than half an hour. The cord V-fv4 i'V K$
,, . I with which ho strangled himself WV'.Mi
Mr. Tj. M. Hnlihvin him linen an- i i.,.il ,mi ..I nin.i .M ,.li.l liimr .v. . - 'cjf- 'VS; 'J Wffl,TO
pointed Deputy Sheriff of Lahaina that had been returned to him in a ' V'OVW'f
in place of Mr. Pikau. ' bmltot. without nnv susnieion of his n-v.o.Sv-vwj.mI,.. xv.
Hon. Wm. S, Warner
Cordially Endotsia l-icod's
The i:cnl'7ilixiA J'lii-fler.
in i n
i'iV -jt '?
a' :..,..!.. At.
IS THE BEST
i' VuU.V,.l M &. mlf m,
Ipace is Reserved
it o lirit-
nil i 'li tie
1oiijm llinu nny other
mill nllinlii t
Bcmiiav, Nov. 5.
Am bk S 0 Allen, Tliouiion, .i ilnys
from San Francisco "
Stmr Mokolii from Miuil, Lanai and Molo
kai Stmr Walalualu from I.ahaina anil Hnnin
kua Stmr Clutulinc from Maul
Sttnr Iwulani from Kauai
Monihy, Nov. il.
j! S China, Ward, from Hongkong anil
Stun Mokolii for Kiuuuikuktii
Ftilcoo, Halawn, Yvatlan,
Uuuit at 5 ii m
tjtmr .lames .Makee for Itanamaulu, Ka-
paa, Kilauua, Kalihiwai anil Hanalul at
5 li in
Stmr C H liishuji for Waianao, Wuinlun,
Mokuleia, Lain, Kahuku ami I'unaliui
at 0 a m
Stmr J A (Jumniina for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am 4-mastcil sohr Aloha, Duliol, for San
Stmr Claudiuufor ICahului, Keannu, Huua,
Hamoa, Kipahuhi, Nuu, I'aauhau, Ku-
kainu and Ookula at 5 t m
Stmr Kualu for Wuianau, Waialua, Moku
leia, I.uiu, Knlmku and l'uunhiu at II
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Kluole,
Uakawuli,Vaimeaand Kukahaat 5 piii
Stmr Mikahala for Nawiliwili, Haiiunm-
ulu, Koloa and Kleulu at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudini' t horso, 50 head cattle, 13
pigs, 107 hidci, 60 hags taro, 77 hags
corn, 271 hags potatoes and 105 pkgs
Stmr Wuittlcalo 2050 hags 'ugar 15 pkgs
Stmr O 11 Uishop 21)50 hags sugar.
From San Francisco, prr hark S (' Allen,
Nov 5-Mr Miller.
From Molokai. ner stmr Mokolii. Nov ."
Dr M Goto 11 Van Uii"n, J F llrown,
Iuac Cockett and 12 deck.
From Kauai, per htmr Jwalani, Novo
Mrs Beattis, Airs Wharton, A M Sprouil,
Miss Hines, F M Wakellcld, A Lindsay,
Mb M Weber and 2rt deck.
From Maui, per stmr Cluudine, Nov 3
O Unna, Mrs L Muller, Mrs N Nackeiuie,
J O Neil, D Center, W II Cornwcll It Von
Tempsky, wife and infant, L F Hughes,
Miss Wodelioiibe, H Warren, .1 Onnning
huni Heath, ll Kikoo, J J Williams, Lam
Cook, Lee Long, Wong Ulu e and 41 deck.
Vessels in Port.
Barker, from C'allao,
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruNe
S 8 Miowera. Stott, from Sjdney
Am bgtue 1 Irwin, Williaui-, fiom Kan
Am sehr itobert Lewers, from l'ort (lam-
Am schr Transit, Joigeifeii, fiom San
Am Yuchl Tiiluti, Wichman, from San
Am .schr (J S Holmes Jolin-on, from I'oil
Am hk Matilda, Suciisen, from Departure
Outler, from I'ott
Thinip"on, from San
Kaiuuwai, a swipes dealer, was ar
rested last night with a barrel of
the liquor in his possession.
Mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt, the
round-the-world lecturer of tho V.
C. T. U., is in Honolulu again.
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. 'Sachs are homo
again from their extended visit to
the Eastern States and the World's
The Sons of St. George will give
another of their popular socials ut
tho K. of T. hall, Fort street, this
'Flannelette" is among tho bargain
spocialties at tho Temple of Fashion,
for which a nondescript word was
The Pioneer Building & Loan As
sociation will hold their regular
monthly meeting at the Chamber of
Coinmerco room at 7:.'30 o'clock.
Don't fail to road the now adver
tisement of the Hawaiian Hardware
Co. It will bo monoy saved to invest
in tho useful inventions there des
cribed. At tho monthly meeting of the
Y. M. C. A. the other evening, 39
members were added to the mil, and
!)7 were roported as having joined
tho educational classes.
The Hawaiian Kiilo Association
failed to get a quorum on Saturday
evening, hence post posed the meet
ing until Thursday next. The meet
ing will bo at the Arlington.
Bets on the probable outcome of
politics are very numerous. Several
parties are known to have put up
S500 respectively against restoration,
and they have been taken up.
The men of the U. S. S. Philadel
phia declined to accept an enter
taiumenl from the Y.M.C.A. tender
ed to the crows of the American war
ships, consequently the event is de
Christmas Day will bo celebrated
at Waialua in grand stylo this year.
Among tho oveuts will be a one
mile sweepstakes nice between Gve
of Waialua's best ruuuer, the stakes
A. McDowall was engaged Huk
morning in bringing in his gear and
tackle from tho wreck and having
them landed on the P. M. S. S.
wharf, there to bo taken apart and
placed in order for cartage.
P. G. Camarinos having --ocured
execution on judgment against J no.
Kidwell for 81,459.21, a certain piece
of land at Pauoa will be sold at
auction on Wednesday, Nov. tith, if
not settled in the meanwhile.
11 V susn
making such use of it. Tho rags be
longed to tho murdoror and ho re
quested tho othor evening that they
bo put in his coll.
Detective Larson took Liung Yao
last week to tho scone of the itiiir- i
der, ami the prisoner was visibly af-
footed when shown tho spot where
the victim was (list shot. As will be
remembered, Liung Yao was arrest- i
ed on Hawaii. He was about forly-
live years of age.
j A coroner's jury empanelled at
I noon rondorod tho following verdict :
I "That the said Liung Yau came to
! his death on tho morning of the (ith
of November, 18U3, in Honolulu.
Oahu, by hanging hiuiMilf by a cord
I around the nock, causing strangu
PITY THE POOR MULES.
William S. Wttvucr
Foiul till l.mi. Wis.
The follow lr.! Is fiom I'v-ronipTnan
Wninor, a ci'ii'leman lilclily esteemed by
all who know him:
"lo.intitily ytlrvt I ron Mot 11notPSnr.v
parlll.itlio best ii.i-tlli-lnn furpurii. In,: the hlnml.
ltdlilnvgooil v linn p'iv-Ii' 'in 'iilotin rtncill'
clnci falleil. It Inn lurre i i i my nppctlto and
Forum a ilnrtlilr
Itotnlns its jilnsc
lteUtv (In. ni'tili of acid
net it tli'in nnj othnr oil.
Flow lu'flv fiom the brush without run
nliip imil "prnKils well.
With thiuidditi'ili of Lltlinrgi', l'ld. a
li.ml fuitii'-e, suitable for lluorj, stup.s, ite.
Mixes iiit with pignnmts Kround in
oil in pn-te Inrm.
Ililnji" nut the fill sluuiei of the cloi
imil Keeps tliuiu luinltered.
Isa-olvent for the most di-lirnte of the
new eo.il Inr colors.
I'lltlv improves the
Announcement of New Goods !
" - 1
lead or nnv dell-
ith. Tins Is ali.olutcly
. l..nilMI.:u'. V. Is.
Oars is Bun.
About 3 o'clock yesterday, oppo
site the residence of the Attorney
General, a sad sight was witne.ssed
by Nuuauti street residents a large
bus drawn by two small mules
frantically ondoavoring to got up
the hill. The poor emaciated little
creatures pulled their level best, but
to no purpoo first one side the
road, then the other, eventually
coming to a stop. Thou t he driver
applied the whip unmercifully and
the team moved the heavy vehicle a
little farther, then being exhausted
stopped again. The whip was again
vigorously applied and this time it
broke oil short at the handle. A
Fort stieet merchant, who was a
passenger, got off in disgust. Then
another passenger, and stdl one
more, the thieeof them no doubt
thinking that if this .soit of thing
was necessary to enable them to
save two and a half cent.s they
would walk. The last seen of the
bus the driver was walking beside
the mules, whipping them along,
with one of the humane passengers
holding the reins whilst ho did so.
sennrd toroiipu my v
tine." W.S. Waumii
Hood'G Piilr. cui.- ( imstip.itlon by ledor
lug the pei Wtaltii' m-limi of tho nlliiic.it.it can.iU
HOIIIION, VKWMAN A- CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian !! inds.
Gili link Bazaar.
W. F. REYNOLDS Prop
Added lo varnish
working of the vainWh.
lo"s not dailii'ii white
1 1 n greater body than an othei oil.
ItiMpiln one-third less pigment than
nn. other oil.
('in be added to linseed oil mid It will
great 1 improve the. Iiuecd.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
IJ actual tils, has outlawed the bi"-l
the best paint oil ever man-
To the Ladies o
Direction for Use.
U'C l.ttrul, in oveiy resj'ecl ill the
.-.inn1 m inner ii yon wnlilil linseed
I'll, w it li llii-single cNcsplioii thiuynu
inny .idil hilly ouc-qu.iiicr ninie l.f
cni. in the -time quiiutity of pigment
llinu you woulil td liti-eeil.
In tiring ui',liiUt', Yeui'ti.iu reel, tin
iii'lirc, iintl other dry pigments, it i-ulvi-iihle
ti ion U the uiint .it le.t-t
nno d.iy liefuie ll is to he ll-eil, tlu-ii
:i(lil n llii i (1 ninie Lrcoi. ami the paint
will he found tit cost l well anil Ii.iVi
a gin 1 trlnb.
NKVIil! Ut?K .IAIWNS.
Wlicie 1'iinl Miif'ti'"'- tu:h a- llniifw,
t('la, etc , .ire nqiiiml use litli iuc
unlv, nevri tt-e .luiinii-.
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
it;iO Fort 63Lioat, Honolulu.
i.rcoi. mixks virn
Robinson Block, Hotol Street, oppo. Betliel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN KXTENMVK ASHUKTMENT OK
Am bttne Klikitat,
Am bk S (' Allen,
Urschr Noima, Macitiarrie,
Hawii hk li 1' Hitlict, MonUou, from
Nor ship licaconsticld, Da-tiaii'-cu, from
Newcastle, N S V
Or bk J C THuger, Wolters, from lirenieu
Foreign Vessels ExpGctad.
O A 8 B Arawa, Httiait, from Sydney, due
It M H H Alameda, Mor-n, fiom the Colo.
liles, due Nov 1(1
It MSB Mnnowai, Carey, from rian Kran-
cisco due, Nov .;!
Am bk Harvester, Irom S K Uilo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from lloston, due
llr ship Villatta, from Liverpool, duo .Ian
fier bk Nautilus from Liverpool, due Dec
tier bk Made Uaekfeld, from Llveipool,
due Feb 1, "M
Am iichr Allen A, from Kureka, due Oct 1
HE IS A MARKED BIAN.
A Guard Who Wn3 Dibchargod
Being a Royalist.
A man named F. M. Lvons, a
vate in Co. F of the l
The hark it. 1. Kithet came oil the Ma
rine Hallway this morning.
The hark Matilda is still unloadiuc, her
eargo of corl at the 1. M. ri. Is. wharf.
Win. Herrick has been aiipuiuied pur-er
on the steamer Jamu- MaKee, in plate of
John Galbralth, ios);iiuil.
The steamer Waialealu will leave fin l-ii-httiua.
Kukiiihaele and Houokaa at II
o'clock Wednesday inornlni,'.
The suhooner Aloha received siiunr from
tho steamer lwnlaui thl.- iiioiiiIiik. The
Aloha will leave for Han Kriuielneo to-nior-row.
The fi-imiHted schooner (lovernor Ames,
which was hero ulmnt a yeaniKO, ha- been
chartered to take a cargo of lumber from
Puget Bound to Cork or the Continent
J. Doueherty. assistant engineer on the
steamer rale, has been transferred to the
steamer Mikahala Fireman Adolph of
the I'ele was promoted to the place vacated
by Mr. Dougherty.
The American bark K, (1. Allen, ('apt,
Thompson, arrived yei-tenlny 111$ dayn
from Ban Kraiiclr.co. Kncountered plea
sunt weather most of the voyage liiouglit
one passenger, u deck lo.nl of lumber and
The steamer Waialeule tranifernd'J'l-'iO
bags of sugar on board the M'hooner Tran
sit this morning. 'J he steamer lo-t her
mailiaiiil on her way up hist uenl. wlrm
between this port ami Molokai, i.ui-ed bj
a heavy wind,
The Healani and Unknown base
ball clubs played a lino game on
Saturday afternoon, tho former just
managing to score the winning run
on a niuir by tho centre fielder of
the Unknowns. The score was U to 2.
The Aloha Gallery has had a new
background painted, representing
Diamond Hoad in the distance. It
is a beautiful piece of work, and i
from the brush of Thos. McUand
loss, a rising young Hawaiian artist.
The tenders for tho construction
of pontoons to bo used in assisting
to iloat tho Miowera were opened at
the ollice of T. li. iJavies S (Jo..
Lloyds' agents, this morning. Capt.
Metcalfe, when seen this afternoon,
staled that the contract had not
been awarded as yet.
To-night will bo a gala night at
the Hotel grounds. The Hawaiian
National Band will give a grand
complimentary concert to Hon. A.
S. Willis, United States Minister,
and wife at that place. The pro
gram appears elsewhere, and an
enjoyable entertainment i- inevita
The dredge suspended operations
at tho Brewer's wharf to-day, while
tho government diver was employed
all the morning in fishing up rocks
from tho bottom. Some of the pieces
brought up measure seven feet in
length, while pieces of much larger
size are roported to be lying at the
At (lie .Inpani'.-o celebration meet
ing in the Berelania-street armory
the other night one of the speakers,
it is said, urged the audience to sign
a petition u their government ask
ing that two Japanese men-of-war
should be stationed here perma
nently for the purpose of protecting
was discharged on the first of the
mouth, bocausu ho unwittingly
stated to a friend that ho was a
royalist. When discharged he va
told to never stop i isido tho Judi
ciary building or the enclosure
again. This morning the e I. G.
guard called at the Judiciary build
ing for the purpose of paring the
tax on a dog. He was stopped by
the guard at the King street, gate,
and a corporal was summoned.
Lyons was asked to dhclo-o what ho
wanted in tho building before ho
would be allowed to pass. Ho an
swered them that it was none of
their business what he wantetl in
the building. The parley between
the men attracted the attention of a
friend of Lyons, who obtained poi
missiou for him to go inside. The
corporal kept his eye on him, how
ever, all the time he was transacting
imil ns-i-t- tlieit wiukinc. .mil tin
pifivcf tliiir n pjii'.i ni nee m r 'iiir.v
Hiiot;!.n m: t'si.ii .-ami: iiav i m:v am:
I Ml.i:u, olhciwi-e llii' J41IIII ol the .n
I ui!-!i mil he piccipitiitcil "I the mix
, tine ciudlcd.
', flic mlilitinn nf fiiiiu -j tiV.nf Lr-
' coi. In vaviii-lic- ilue- nut icilu e I In n
111 tn nor ii t.ml then ll itih nine; .mil
lining .tiul il pr wilts- tin u ci.i. kim;
Doll Heads! aUTOM,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
: rr."; Chiffoniers,
Antique flak i'riS. Sideboards,
droom Suits, 'S'feSSSEtc., Etc, Etc,
arrirooss, fiialtrasses, rillows, Etc., Blade to Order.
-NO -iKl'ONI)-HANl Oil DAMA(lEl) GOODS KKi'T ON HANI)
(MIDWAY & PORTER,
Robiasou Bloclr, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
UKU. TKLBHHONK 5ir.
ML'TUAL TKI.KPHONK (ilft.
iirrivod i-o n.1-
hv.s them I
To Iot or JLoiibo.
nvo uXKUitNisiii'.n iiooms and
Kltelli'Ii III 10! I'm I felled. Mi'l-lw
KOOMS to ia:t.
i tli mi n ill Nil liiiiiilen l.ulie.
7 5 " PORT STREET' . 7 f
hi'i'it ot'lVivd in
United States Naval OflicerH Vieit
Their Country's Rpprosentative.
Admiral Skerrett, attentled by hi
staff Lieutenants Fo and Wilson,
Captain Barker, of the U. ts. S.
Philadelphia, and Captain Nelson,
of the U. S. S. Adams, called on
United Stales Minister Willi- at the
Legation, hnow Cottage, at 10 o'clock
this morning. After exchanges oi
courtesies the Admiral and attend
ants repaired to the U. S. Consulate,
and later to the boat lauding, from
where they were transferred to their
In conversation with a Bui.i.ctin
reporter, Vice-Consul Hoyd stated
thai there was no signilicauce in tln
call, It was sitnpiv a matter of
courtesy, the Admiral being, of
course, the first to make the vi-it.
The Hawaiian National band will
gio a complimentary concert lo His
Excellency United State- .Minister
Willis at the Hawaiian Hotel at 7:!S0
this evening. The following pro
gram will be given:
that ;i uicct
Slock has nut
i many Lai'H. ,
Tlu'iv N a lictuiliful Lino
VKV JliTXh uF 1'IVJ:
L ( rouiin, uil .Miipiine
i,i. .1.1 t'.tl. llitl liri..mi ,.'lt.
tit W. ('.. -ti'. Ciunninnil- S$i
one nl the Illicit views iii llnnnlnlii. Ainilj
to U7, -if) .1. M. VIVAS.
REAI. KBTATE FOR SALE.
Real Hair Dolls!
vai.i'aiit.k I'tf.rt:.- uf ftiift
i IniiiruM'il l'uiieitv, liH'iitiil ?'? .V'jJ'j
In liitli'ieiil i!iu-nf t'lie Citv "f Tj.-'&'i-i
lloiinlnln; nil Iuiii,miii. A,p.l 'y-
fm I'lll iimi'IIi nlur- tu ' -j'-&rk.
Itlil'l i: .. A. .1. CAUTWIMIIIIT.
Smyrna Rugs $
'PJIIJ KKHD1 Ni'K AND
L l."t -it'i.iU-l on V, il
ilcrS Avenue, liclrm l.im.i-
wy for vmir in-
tlie nil li I'-tirni'il
Ollh tu'-llis-. it)llll
fur f.ile nil ililvimlii"-
At V. f I nre Miirrliiini l-l
Oveitnre Ainerlrii .. .
IIAIIBTIN-In huntu iloiileu. Cul., on Oet.
'.'. Ib'JJ, to tlie ttlfu ol Herlierl il. Uni'
tin, of Keulundi., Cul,, ((ornierly ol
Kunul), u kuii.
The pile driver was put in readi
ness tuts morning at tlie v. ai. ft.
S. wharf to work about tho .Mio
wera, but towards this noon she was
taken to her moorage and fastened.
.Mr. Howell, Superintendent oi Tub
lie Woiks, ca'td this afternoon that
it is not known yet when the pile
driver will be used at the wreck, as
some blasting operations for fasten
ing anchors will have to be done
Social and Dunce.
The Sons of St. Cleorge will htue
a social ntid dance at K. of 1'. hull
thiti .Monday evening. Tickets to
admit lady and gentleman, $1.1X1, for
sale at Uoldeti Kulu Uaaur atut Ash
wort Ii'h barber ala'p-
-'.lu-tnn lliikti lh,v reiie-tl. .
. ... ItrimK-
'I'IiioukIi tlie Air ilrenli -oln
Myljneeii . llnciilo-'-i
Notice to Tenants!
Votick is ii i:i:i;itv oivr.N to ma.
i perxnii" I villi ii tiiiiiintMiii lilli'U '
IoiikIii,- I i tin- INiuu of Uml Ue KuiB luiht
l.iiitii,iis well ii-mi l.ni'U lielo 'Kiii hi tlm
iinieiiiut anil ilm e uf D.ivi'l Kit" una
uiikoii ami .1. KiiIhii .iniinlu, fir v'irli ur-
riiiii4i meiitb li.ivi iieen mnux but mix ii ttiein
anil .Mr. J. I'ankini!.!, ilint 't-.'iin lit- of
rent iiiui-l liereiifui l" imele lo mu i'OIhOii
a 1 1 . In'ii miiki 'j; )iiviiii.iii it U ie
ilte!teil tllllt teliuill- I'llllK n i,'i. - n tlielr
liam'K ami the la t ultl reenvnl b)
thein, li U aln I In uihlj of die ninl-r-nil-ni'il
lo meet an I unfer with n iiiniln on
tlie llritilin of ov r imiiiili for ix niuii'li-,
ln'KiniiiiiL-, Uetulier II, INH, uml uii'"ii;
Anrll III Ib'.ll.
ft$ Olllei at llontl.ikiihn.
lionoliiln Out. Ii. ls!H. si-lni
Real Estate- Agency,
No. fiiS Fort Btrn'tt.
1 Ilone on
1 llmiM' on
1 Hlore ii inter ill
1 Ktore ii' Nnuiiini nrei-t.
i II iiM - 'Hi ISi Uiniii -iii'i'i
'I 11 i. Hi'- oil I'.irt ntreel.
on iteiuluiiiu Hireet near
Itit W feet frontae uml
Clinmberluin'a Colic, Cholera and
When troubled with pain in the
stomach, bilious colic or diarrhieii
give this medicine a trial and you
will be more than plea-ed with the
result. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. ''fi and hO cent bottled for
sale i all dealeis. Iletinin, Smith
k-i Co,', Agu'ds for the lluwaliaii
and ; Surgeon
.NO. HiJ M'l'AN'l' ai-;sii..
(ii.n.iii' UubIi lioim'i " llenuiuln.
Una-'' a in' I. it
1 HI (eet ileeii,
beveial Jje irunie llt-nlileiu'c- ill llrst
elildf hi'"', i tuna.
I lte.l.eii''i' on ("lernidiiiu .treiir.
H. K. HUA1IIIMAN.
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ASE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT T1IK KA.MOU8 8TOKE OK
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