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BJSjl ' "" ' tymn niiirn
!i DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1893.
Sinco Hilo kns got rid of mos
quitoes and tho wood of mosquito
nottiug according to our regular
uorrttspoudoiit perhaps the pretty
town will givo her big sister the recipe.
When the Advertiser corrects a
misstatement made exclusively by
itself, it is not honest for it to in
clude tho other papers in tho cor
rection. Uoferoneo is made to tho
Adroi User's reports of tho stranding
of tho steamer Kaala.
I. II. Sopor, Lieut. Col. Fishor, Cap-
,!... V V IT..1I n T 1.-.,1.....
(nit-j . i.t iA 111, j, i. iiuujjuini
THE STAR CRAWLS OUX.
After tho annexation party had
made the United States resound all
these mouths--over since tho 1'. G.
commissioners sot the tuue thero -with
the Queen's turpitude in sign
ing tho opium license bill, that had
passed tho Legislature with tho sup
port of all parties excepting one
small faction; after the Star had
echoed tho sanctimonious whino at
frequent intervals over sinco til at
paper was started, wo have that
same paper, when cornered with t.ho
conviction of its own party in the
premises, crawling out with tho as.
sertion in effect that after all the
opium bill had nothing to do wit.h
the uprising against the monarchy.
This is truly a lightning chaugn
from tho Star's question of assumed-
ly righteous indignation Haunted in
the faco of the Blllltin two days
previously, ''What of the infamous
opium bill projected and signed 03'
the late Queou?" The propounder
of tho late question was ignorant
when he tired it off, as certain to kill
ut any range, of the fact that three
out of the four Tlofonn Ministers in
otiice when the bill passed the Leg
islature were supporters of tho bill
that he called "infamous." Now
will the Star answer this question,
Is the opium bill any tho less infam
ous in tho Star's opinion now that
the Star is made aware of its having
been in fact a Reform ministerial
"measure? The Queen signed the
bill, virtually if not actually, by and
with the advico and consent of the
Keforrn Ministry. In tho samo way
she later abandoned the project,
which was not hers at all until a
few hours before she took her mis
taken action, of promulgating a new
constitution, upon the opposition of
a succeeding Ministry. This she
did, too, before the threatened vio
lent resistance of people on the out
side was known within the palace,
and three days before an insurgent
gun waa seen on tho streets. In
abandoning all tho other grounds of
justification for the conspiracy car
ried through so far as has been seen
by Messrs. Stevens and Thurston,
and taking its Dual ditch iu that of
the Queen's unconstitutional at
tempt to alter the constitution, tho
Star has still to rely on facts grossly
inflated by treasonable fiction. What
ever tho extent of the Queen's fault
may prove to have been, when tho
whole truth comes out if ever, it yet
remains that the constitution in tho
power it gave tho Ministers of the
Crown was proof against the at
tempt made to destry its integrity.
There was therefore uo reason left
on the morning of January IGth for
auy lawless movement to destroy the
system of government which had
survived all vicissitudes for fifty
years, only with increments of re
newed strength, and which i 11 tho very
instance in point gave the lie to tho
dishonest pretext that the country
did not have stable government.
ADMIRAL IRWIN RECEIVED.
Frosontod to Fresidont Dolo by Min
Roar-Admiral Irwin, U. S. N., was
presented to President Dolo and col
leagues nt 1:.'50 o'clock this after
noon. Tho reception took place in
the gold room of tho Executive
building. President Dolo, who had
boon driven to tho building iu a car
riage drawn by two mottled grays,
had on his right Chief Justice Judtl
and Associato Justices Bickorton
and Piear of the Supremo Court.
On his left stood Vice-President P.
M. Hatch, Ministers Kinjr, Damon
and Smith. Beyond those were Col.
Garteuberg and Camara, all in
Punctual to tho minute Admi
ral Irwin accompanied by Minister
Willis droyo into the grounds iu tho
snino carriage as had brought tho
President. In a carriage following
wcio Lieutenant Adams, aide, and
Ensign Parinontor, secretary to the
Admiral. The distinguished visitors
wero met at tho front stops by
Major G. C. Potter, aido to Presi
dent Dole, and by him conducted
up stairs to tho recoptiou room.
On the party's entrance Major
Potter introduced Minister Willis,
who iu turn introduced Admiral
Irwin and Lieutenant Adams and
Ensign Parmonter. President Dole
welcomed tho Admiral to theso isl
ands as he took his hand, and ex
pressed the wish that his stay hero
would be pleasaut. Then tho Pres
ident introduced tho naval otlicors
to thoro.itof the company. After
about fifteen minutes of animated
conversation with tho Government
functionaries, tho visitois took for
mal leave of tho company and being
conducted to their carriages by Maj
or L'otter drove out of the grounds.
Companies E and F of the National
Guard weie drawn up on the left of
tho carriage way as a guard of honor,
under Major McLeod, Adjutant
l?ratt and Captains Good aud Zieg
ler. Tho band was at tho head of
the lino and played "Star Spangled
Banner" as the visitors entered and
retired, tho guards presenting arms
at tho same time. James Carty had
the honor of driving the carriage of
tate for the occasion.
HILO HAS THE FLOOR.
Not a Rainy Town -Neither Is It
it Dry "-Volcano Booming Scar
lot Fovor Waning.
Rainy Town News fob the Mos-
Hi t.o has Puke Watkii, Plenty of
Him) hah I'imib Am.
II11.0 has X.vtuh.vl Seweiuoe.
II11.0 has no Revolutions.
Hilo has no Need of Mosquito Netting.
Would rather have plenty of rain
than Mosquitoes. Hilo likes rain.
No need of irrigation. No more
hoalthy town in the world. So say
wo all of us. Many persons have
visited Hilo and informed us that
they wore told that it rained in Hilo
all tho time, but wore agreeably dis
appointed when they found that Hilo
was a delightful town to come to.
Just as much stylo and happiness as
one will find auywhero on those isl
ands. Aud another thing, big ves
sels can enter hero at any time aud
not cot on tho rooks. We think wo
are some town, and we are. So say
wo all of us.
Tho guosts at Volcano House aro
31 in numbor to-day, Nov. 9. They
are having a big time in tho eating
lino, beiug fed on plover aud other
good things. Those just returned
from the crater say that it is just
itnmouse booming a magnificent
treat. Don't bo afraid of tho scarlet
fever, but come up by Hall or Kinau
Thero were seventeen passengers
by Wilson's stages from Hilo for
Volcano House on tho 7th inst., and
four on the 9th inst. All tho way
Rev. E. P. Baker, the loved pastor
of the Foreign Church, Hilo, visited
Washington, D. C, at the request of
many friends iu Chicago and Bos
ton aud had two interviews with
The three cases of scarlet fever
are recovering and will be well soon.
No more new cases. The agony is
over, it is thought. J. A. M.
Hilo, 'ov. y.
By Jns. F. Morgan.
On MONDAY, Nov. 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
.Vt my Salesroom, I will sell at Public
WOODLAWN FRUIT CO. STOCK
OBRTIKICATB NO. 43,
Kor Non-payment of Assessment.
Jas, :F. Morgan,
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'A i
Satvrday, Nov. 11, 1898.
TEMPLE OF F
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention
Foreclose and of Salo.
f. M. C. A.
W eek of Prayer for Young Men in
The following circular has beou
isfued by Mr. D. V. Corbett, gen
eral secrotaiv of the Honolulu Y.
M. C. A.:
Dear Friend: The week of pray
er for young men in all lands will
commence on Sunday, November
12, at our evening praise service. As
11s our usual custom, a half hours
'-enice win ue nem eacn noon 01
next week, from 12:05 o'clock. Can
you not plan to attend these ser
ieeV; The topics aud leaders are
Nov. 12th, Sunday at 6:30. Leader,
Raw W. II. Daniels. "Condition
aud Promise." Mai. 3:10.
Nov. 13th, Monday. Leader, C. B.
Riplov. "He will supply our Need."
Nov. Uih, Tuesday. Leader, Rev.
Eric Lwwi. "'Bunging others to
Christ." Mark 2:3-5; John 1:10-42.
Nov. loth, Wednesday. Leader,
Rev. E. G-. Bockwith. "No case too
haul for the Lord." Jer. 32:17; Mat.
Nov. IGth, Thursday. Leader, W.
A. Bowou. "Reasoning with the
Loul." Mark 7:25-30.
Nov. 17th, .Friday. Leader, Rev.
S. E. Bishop. "Faith removes uu
bunnountable diilicultios." Mark
11:22-25; James 5.
Nov. ISth, Satuiday. Bethel Mis
sion, 8 p. in. Leader, P. C. Jones.
"Tho new Birth." John 3:1-8.
Nov. 19th, Sunday, at 6:30. Leader,
D. W. Corbett. "The Work of the
Breaking Up of tho Bouldero from
Former Blasts at Brewer's Wharf.
BURGLARIES AT KALIHI.
Throe Committed Within the Same
Within one mouth past there have
beeu three burglaries iatho vicinity
of the Waller premises at Kalihi, the
last one having been committed on
Thursday of this week. The burglar
or burglars entered tho house be
tween one aud two o'clock in tho
afternoon and with assistance of a
pickaxe broke open a trunk. A box
containing some very valuable jewels
and a peculiarly sot necklace, heir
looms of the Waller family, wa
taken out aud laid open. The jewel
ry was all takon and the box left
behind with tho pickaxe lying along
Previous to this a house of an old
man on the same premises was enter
ed 0110 day, aud some money taken.
The following day tho depreda
tor returned and carried off fort
In tho interval between the two
burglaries mentioned tho room of a
native employeo was visited during
tho night and inunoy extracted from
his pantaloon pockets. The garment
was lying on tho chair alongside tho
bed. The robberies have been re
ported to tho police.
'ThB Beat In the World."
This is what W. 1). Wooilring, f
Bonlly, Ky., myn of UhiiiiilurluJu'H
CoukIi Remedy, lie spoke from pur
bonul experience iu the imo of it, him
hoH and family having jubt In on
cured of bad cough- und culiU h.v it .
and coiibiders It the best iu the world.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
The government diver, Jas. Morse,
was engaged yesterday in diving at
Brewer's wharf to ascertain the ex
tent of the damage done to the
coral wall of tho wharf by the re
cent explosions. Ho reported that
tho upper layer of the coral stones
on wall nroiect further out into the
sea thau tho lower ones. Whether
this was the result of tho explosion
or tho manner in which tho wall was
laid years gone by, could possibly be
proved when the piles lining the
outer extremity of the wharf, and
which are now believed to be sup
porting tho wall, are lemovod. This
is expected to bo done within a few
This morning Capt. Smith of the
died go and several men engaged in
blasting out tho big boulders ol rocK
lying at tho bottom. About a doieu
charges of giant jiowdor wore dis
charged one at a time. Tho powder
was exploded on top of tho bould
ers, tho sounding lino being employ
ed in ascertaining tho locaiitj' neces
sary for blasting. The shock pro
duced by the explosions had tho
effect of unsettling tho sUino wall of
the wharf. It is learned that more
blasting will bo done as soon as the
debris resulting from this morning's
operations has beou removed.
Hawaiian Jury Criminal Trialu Mak
Mrs. J. Naone was acquitted by
the native jury yesterday of selliug
liquor without a license. Kaulukou
aud V. V. Ashford for defeudant.
Kaelouiakulo, charged with lar
ceny fourth degree, was remanded
to-day to the February term. C. W.
Ashford for defendant.
A nolle prosequi was entered on
behalf of Kahalewai aud Kaluhio
kane, on the charge of fishing with
explosives. This was an appeal
from Waialua District Court. C.
W. Ashford for defendants.
The case of Kamakee, charged
with violating the gaming law, was
going to the jury at 2 p. m. Kaulia
A jury was drawn for the trial of
Kaawaloa, liquor selliug without
license, aud the rest of the jurors
dismissed for the day.
While Judge Cooper was hearing
jury cases, Judge Whiting heard the
following divorce cases:
Lakana Pikai (k.) vs. Pouolua. C.
Brown for plaintiff. Decree giauted.
Li.io Lokaua vs. David Lokaua.
Davidson for plaintiff. Decree
How Seabirds Q,uonch Their Thirst.
The question is often asked,
"Where do seabirds obtain fresh
water to slake their thirst?" But
we have never seen it satisfactorily
answered until a few days ago. An
old skipper, with whom we were
conversing on the subject, said that
he had seen those birds at sea,
far from any laud that could
furnish them water, hovering
arouud and uuder a storm
v cloud, clattering like ducks on a
hot day at a pond, ana annii in tne
drops of rain as they foil. They
would smell a raiu squall a hundred
miles or even further off, and scud
for it with almost inconceivable
swiftness. How long sea-birds can
exist without water is only a matter
of conjecture, but probably their
powers of enduring thirst aro in
creased by habit, and possibly they
go without water for many days, if
not for several weeks. Vick's Magazine.
NOT10E 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtue of n power of nnlo contained
in n certain mortgage dnted Aluroh 20th,
A. D. Ib91, mode by Hoopll (w.) of Hono
lulu, li-liuul of Oaliu, to Aloxnnder .T.
Cartwright (now deceased) recorded In tho
olllce of the Registrar of Conveyance, In
Uher 132 folios 13S and 13(1. Brueo Cart
wright and A. J. Cartwright of snid Hono
lulu, devisees under tho will of the said
Alexander J. Cartwright, deceased, intend
to foreclose said mortgage for a breach of t lie
conditions In said mortgage contained, to
wit: the non-payment of the principal and
interest when due.
Notice is also hereby given that all and
ningular the lands, tenements and heredi
taments In said mortuaire contained and
described will be sold at public auction at
tho auction loom of James F. llorimn on
Queen street, in said Honolulu, on MON
DAY, the 13th day of November, A, D.
1S!)3, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said mortgage is thus
All that tract or parcel of land situated
in Kaliu, city of Honolulu, in said Island
of Oaliu, and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a point on the niakiil side
nf Kuakiui st-eet .01 feet southeast from
I.iliha street, and running thence by true
meridian; S. 48 41' V. 108.5 feet along
Lot 1(5. 8. 30 E. b'l.'i feet along Kuleuna.
N. 48 41' E. 118.7 feet along Lot IS. N.
41 - 10' '. .'0 feet along Kuakini street to
the initial point containing an urea of 5080
snuaro feet, the same being No. 17 of the
Knliu Lots of S. E. Bishop as numbered on
his map on the Kaliu Tract, and the same
premises tbut were conveyed to the said
Hoopii (w.) by tho -aid S. E. Bishop by
deed dated June 17th. 1880. recorded in the
Olllce of the said Registrar in said Hono
lulu in Liber 118 folios 47-8.
A. J. OARTWRIOH C
Teuns Cash. Deeds at the expense of
purchaser. For further particulars apply
to J. XI Movsabrat, Attorney for Bruce
Cartwright und A. J. Cartwright.
Dated Honolulu, October 17, 180.1.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtue of a power of sale contained
in a certain mortgage, dated January 5th,
A. D. 1M)2, made by Haokekui (w.) and
Kakaio, her husbaml, of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, to Alexander J. Cartwright (now
deceased), recorded in the office of the
KCL'iHtrar oi uonvevances. in j.uier ji,
folios 412 and 413, Bruce Cartwright and
A. J. Cartwright, of said Honolulu, de
visees under tho will of said Alexander J.
Cartwright, deceased, intend to foreclose
said mortgage for a breach of the condition
in-uid mortgage contained, to it. the non
payment of both the principal and interest
Notice is also hereby given that all and
singular the lands, tenements and here
dituments in said mortgage contained and
described will be sold at public auction at
the auction room of James E. Morgan, on
Queen street in uid Honolulu, on MON
DAY, the 13th day of November, A. I).
1803, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said morgage is thus de
All that certain piece of land situated at
Kamakela, Honolulu aforesaid, and more
particularly described in deed of E. K.
Nahaolclua to V. C. Achi, dated 22d
August, lbOl, and recorded in liber 141,
pages 190-201, containing an area of 1RS-1000
acre, and being a part of those premises
described in Royal l'atent 0215 to Kalaeo
kekoi for Kalakmi, conveyed to said Hao
kekai by deed of said W. C. Achi, dated
January 4, 1192, and recorded in liber 141,
1 n T.i.iTnn (.iiimliniTnlirr
A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Terms Cash. Deeds at the expense of
purchaser. For further particular apply
to J. M. MoSDiKiitr, Attorney foi Bruce
Cartwright and A. J. Cartwright.
Dated Honolulu, October 17, lh)3.
Auction Sale of Stallion !
x-jn u Ihiiiv llu-wliiiPiiqaK
UtlUlU VltlUO JJlyUUUUUI 11
Public Reception I
I will arrive in Honolulu on Monduy morn
ing, Nov. 13th, and at 10 o'clock
will tender a
GRAND HOLIDAY RECEPTION
To which I cordially invite EVERY
BODY to be PRESENT. My re
ception hero as usualwill
be held at
Uptown Book &
On SATURDAY, Nov
At 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Balesroi'in, I will sell nt Public
Auction, by order of temporary ad
ministrator of the Estate of
P. Opfergelt, deceased,
THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION
Sire, the Celebrated Kentucky Stallion
'Billy Thornhlll," dam Viola."
XV-Furtber particulars of
Ja.a. IT. Morgan,
Of Hood's Sarsiipurilla is always
within tlio bounds of reason becaneo
it in t ran; it always appeals to tho
sobor common sonsoof thinking poo
plo bocauso it is truo; and it is al
as fully niibstantiutud by endorse
ments hioli in the fiuanoial world
would lie aocoptod without a mo
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
Cuinplaints of sultry weather wero
Tho Govoniiuout papers will net
tho right luuuo of tho San Franoibco
consular olerk after a while.
The one of which I have engaged
ENTIRE HOLIDAY SEA80N
I havo brought nil my
Toys, Books, Fancy Goods, Houoltles, Etc.,
With me. and will be AT HOME to all my
friends big, little, old and young who
may favor me with a call.
g.- Tho doors of mv Headquarters will
bo cl.ibcd from SATURDAY, at 1 r. m ,
until 10 o'clock MONDAY MORNING.
Nov. 1.1th, at which time I ihall be pleased
to see ou all.
DR. M. GOTO,
All kinds In any quantity from a
jbag to a ton.
From one bag to any quantity.
In 4-ft. length and Sawed or Split,
from a bag to any quantity; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Dtt. J. UOIIIDA,
Physician & Surgoon
him i fiTi I'iMinvi.' in
' Dbir.iiiiiiiii Jir fill i po'fZkrvii
OKI''l(;n:-Mtiunakea Street, front of .No. A uv OlUUlJl vu kjui ,owjx
There seems to be an old
time strain on the public mind
relative to the settlement of
the political affairs; and this
strain is peculiarly American
in its character. You've no
ticed in the States how the
people are constantly going
and coming never resting, al
ways seeking rather than wait
ing to be sought. That's the
way it is with the people here
regarding the present status
of affairs. Instead of waiting
to hear what is to come repre
sentatives of the press and
both political factions have
been running to the American
Minister and making futile
efforts to secure information
that will come, like all things,
to him who waits.
Some people here have
been waiting to hear some
thing drop and they heard it
when we published, the other
day, the statement that the
wire we are selling stood a
test in the I Ionolulu Iron
Works of 2,420 pounds. It is
about the only proof neces
sary to show that the quality
is superior and tne wire not
made from material fished out
of the scrap pile. With this
good quality of wire and the
stays and washers for making
a locked fence there is nothing
to prevent persons from put
ting up a fence that will last
until the crater of Kilauea be
comes a fertile valley.
The market has "been short
lately on oil stoves but, thanks
to the arrival of the "S. C.
Allen" we are enabled to fur
nish enough to allow the en
tire population to sizzle on
them. They're in various
sizes and styles and people
who want to get up a light
lunch hurriedly, will need one.
For every article manufac
tured a demand is created.
The rains during the past
week is a sort of jogger to the
memories of the people that
they .want mats. The rain
and mud dreates a demand for
them and we have the supply
both of Hartman steel for the
rough work and cocoa mats
for the door sills. These arti
cles are as necessary about a
house as a stove which, by the
way, we sell. We have the
famous Pansy a cast iron
stove of superior grade and
which we have sold hundreds
of since we have been in busi
We've never had a com
plaint from anyone using them
which is saying considerable
because they are cheap. In
the higher grade we have the
best steel range ever manu
factured. Among other things
in which economy must be
practised is fuel. We know
of no better plan to make a
saving than by the use of a
Fischer steel range. In the
first place, fifteen minutes
after the fire is lighted the
oven is ready for baking; in
the second place the fire is so
constructed that it burns one
third less fuel than any other
stove the .same size. The fire
bricks (?) are made of steel
and cannot burnt out; the
grate is made triangular in
shape and can never burn out.
The body is made of No. 16
wrought steel, or just double
the thickness of those hereto
fore sold by us. We believe
from all reports that they are
the best ranges made and you
will agree with us if you try
It's a little early to mention
Christmas goods but if you are
at all desirous of getting on
the right side of your wife the
cheapest and best way to man
age it is to select a banquet
lamp and onyx table. There's
economy in this because you
get hall the beneht.
Oornor Ifort Sc Hotel Streets,
BEG TO INFOKM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great Many - Specialties
.A.1" OTJT IGEIS!
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
-A.T SOc, OCc. cm.3. OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk
IN AM, COLORS
-A."r BO C0E3STS.
Extra Value in Boys' Waists
WHITE AN!) COLORED.
NEW NOVELTIES IN
100 Doz. White Hemstitched nt Bo.
litXJ Doz. Colored Dordered at oo.
EXTRA VALUE IN
Corsets and Corset Waists
My f 1.00 f'oriet can't be boat.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN
and INDIA LINEN
AI0 FllTI DOZENS
Flannellette Boys' Waists NapkinS) Towels
A.3JU A.T? EC CE1TTC.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
AND 1'ltl.t, LINK OF
BVKKY PAIR WARRANTED
a-w mi. co.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
.A.T iti.EO ji. r.xza
House Furnishing Goods
I am offering at BED ROOK PRICES.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
o Tjr :r. T .A. i r s
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clotting
Boys' Knee Pants
.iVE C C OEUTS.
PLEASE ALSO REMEMBER THAT I CARRY A
LlQ-E -:- STOCK
Men's. Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
OTFKRINO AT LO vv JER PRICES
a-1 iit"vite insrsFHJOTioisr "&a
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
WE HAVE JUiST RECEIVED DIRECT PROM THE
.MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
These French Brushes are celebrated the "World over for
their Excellence of Finish and Durability,
aud cost you no more thau the ill-made
HOLLISTER & OO.
683 ToTt t.T,vt. - - - EToraoHxlTJ., 3HL I.
5 Kugliui Co.'n HullilliiK.
KtOTjrc.St I to 5 P, .
Residence 1 Achi , Street, popo,
tory School, I'aUuia
aaaci!. TaEiuaayxrox-ru esc.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
l)iiualtu Bpreokels' Hlook,
H07 PORT STREET.
No, 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE SALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.' a Very Superior California Winos,
From "Uncle. Sum" Wine Cellars, iVaia City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San June, Cal., (J, S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America' Finest Production, Btch and Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Uniform and Reliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks,
Mr" Tliene Uouilu ure UtwraMed Flret-eluM In every respect uml
ale at Very Reasonable 1'rlccs.
McTiHL Telephone 8U8 Post Okfiuk Box 1U7
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