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DEC. , 1893.
" Dulci t (ItLvrnm cl, pro patent
mori." (Soo Iho FriomVa call for
war lo tin kuifo against tho Unilod
Stfites forces.) Docs llio editor of
tho Friend mean that it is swool
and prnpor to ochnugo llio Hawai
iaus' tnrojpalches, got from thoni
whatever way, for comotory lots
with immediate occupation? Re
member Nathan's parable!
. What is tho nso of having people
injured by accidont draggod to tho
polico station boforo being sont to
hospital? In the absonco of au am
bulauco service, the police should
bo authorized in such cases to havo
tho persons hurt romovod directly
to tho hospital. Lifo might bo lost
by tho delay ami unnecessary jolt
ing of tho trip to tho station.
OJHEPOBTUGUESE MUTUAL BEN
Mr. J. M. Vivas denies tho asser
tion that tho I'orluguoso Mutual
Bouevolont Society got their club
house lot free from tho Government.
Ho says thoy paid S50 for it to hold
whilo tho society used it for its de
clared purpose, and that it was not
worth moro at that time. After
ward, ho says, tho society bought
tho fee simple of tho laud, but at
what price ho does not state.
Tho Hawaiian Government, as Mr.
Vivas admits, gave tho society a
fifty years' lease of the ground
whereon tho society's clubhouso
stands for tho nominal considera
tion of $1 per year, and this was
done, out of kindness, because tho
society was a benevolont institution.
Tho society held it on these terms
for a considerable period ami sub
sequently in order lo obtain the
freohold of the land the society
paid the small sum of Slot) for tho
lot (.102 of an acre). At llio auction
sale of Punchbowl lots, the society
had to pay in oix-n competition
.?2,030 for .57 of an acre, being the
lot adjoining the clubhouse. Wo
are willing to qualify our statement
to the effect that the society got a
free gift of tho laud, by haying that
it obtained tho laud at a very low
figure in consideration of its being
a benevolent society. But we still
maintain, however, that when meet
ings of mou to whom guns havo
boon dealt out by tho 1'. G. are al
lowed to assemble in tho society's
building and bo addressed by Mar
shal Hitchcock, that it is a contra
vention of the purpose for which
tho society was formed, viz.: bono
voleuco, and not politics and war
fare. It is to bo hoped that tho Portu
guese residents will adopt the sensi
ble advice of Mr. Canavarro, their
Consul, which ho is reported to have
givou them, viz.: to keep out of all
secrot armed organizations. Wo un
derstand Mr. Vivas has been speechi
fying to his countrymen, tolling
them not lo pay any attention to
what the Consul baid, but wo
thoroughly believe that all respect
able Portuguese will listen to tho
suggestions of their best friend, Mr.
A Wedding Splendid in Gay Throngs
and Glittering Details.
Central Union church presented a
jrnnd si!ouu last nicht
beinc tho marriage of Commander
William Henry Whiting, United
States Navy, and Henrietta Patri
nella Afong. Au immonso crowd as
sembled outside of tho invited guests,
a largo uumber being in waiting bo
fore tho doors wore openod. By
eight o'clock, tho hour set for tho
coromony, the church was packed so
that many had only standing room.
The seats to tho left of tho platform
were allotted to Minister Willis and
tho naval officers, including Admiral
Irwin, Captain Nelson of tho Adams
and Captain Kooko of the Cham
pion. Other notable guests wore
placed on tho opposite side, whilo
the pews in front wore reserved for
tho brido's relatives. Residents pro
minent in every walk of lifo, with
ladies in fashionable attire, were lo
be soon throughout tho placo, and
tho scone beneath tho bright electric
lights was rosplondont. All tho naval
officers wore in full uniform.
Tho ushers wore Lieutenants Car
ter and Kane, Paymaster McDonald,
Assistant Engineer Conant, Ensigus
Willard and Ziegiomeior. They per
formed their office with a gallantry
and precision worthy of their pro
fession. Decorations of tho church
in front woro profuse and beautiful.
Tho reading desk, tho choir railing,
tho door leading to tho platform,
and tho organ wore all docked with
roses, ferns and vinos, and there yas
a largo Amoricau (lag on either side
of the organ. These accessories
groatly beautified Ihohcono,
Tho arrival of tho groom attended
by his best man, Captain Barker of
tho U, S. Ilogship Philadelphia, who
entered by tho right aisle, escorted
by two of the ushors, and of tho
brido's relatives -Mr. and Mrs. .1. A.
Magoon, Mr. and Mrs. K. 13, Alc
Stocker and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Johnstone -put Iho largo congrega
tion on Iho alorl for the bridal pro
cession, which soon entered by tho
loft aisle, Mis. A. P. Judd, who had
in tho waiting time been playing soft
airs on tho groat orgau, saluted Iho
entry of tho party with tho Lohen
grin wedding inarch. First came
four of tho ushors two ami two, thou
tho four bridesmaids Mario, Bessie,
Holou, and Carrio Afong, sistors of
tho brido. Tho brido followed, loan
ing on tho arm of Chiof Justice
Judd, who gavo hor away in tho
coromony. Mrs. Afong. mothor of
the brido, ontorod by tho oppoBito
aislo and was escorted to hor seat in
front by two of tho ushers.
Kev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., mado
tho couplo "man and wifo" in tho
Amoricau Episcopal Church ritual,
complotiug tho coromony in tho
good old-fashionod way by kissing
tho brido. As 1 ho party rotirod by
tho richt aislo from tho front. Mrs.
Judd played tho noble woddiug
march of Mendelssohn, Elegant
carriages wore iu waiting for tho
happy pair and their party, which
woro reached by a carpet laid from
tho stops. Thoy drove away to tho
Afong mansion iu Nuuanu avonue,
followed by tho carriages of hun
dreds of guosts.
Charming and dignified was the
brido as sho ontorod and rotirod,
drawing hundrods of admiring oyes
that sliouo thoir congratulations.
Tho proverbial "murmur of admira
tion" was not hoard, simply becauso
a hush that could bo felt foil on the
expectant throng with tho first note
of tho wodding inarch, Tho brido
was magnificently arrayed iu a white
satin gown trimmed with real laco
and having a full court train. From
headdress of oraugo blossoms with
diamond omamonts fell tho usual
bridal roil of gossamery toxluro.
Misses Mario and Bessie woro
dressed in palo pink Bongaloso silk
trimmed with piuk velvet and laco.
They carried bouquets of whito cry
sauthommus tied with pink streamers
Misses Carrio and Holou woro white
silk cropo droBses trimmed with
satin ribbon. Thoir bouquets woro
of vollow crvsanthommus tiod with
white satin ribbon.
Tho rocoption given by tho brido'B
mothor at her rosidenco was a most
brilliant one. Thoro no is moro at
tractive homestead in this city of
boautiful homes than that of tho
Afongs at Nuuauu avenue and
School street. Tho long and irreg
ular front of tho mansion, half cou
coalod by a great variety of foliago,
is picturesque by day. Last night,
with tho singlo and double story
facades thickly spangled with col
ored lautoms in geometrical lines, it
prosentod a sight once soeu never
forgotton. In tho midst of tho
chromatic illumination, on either
side of tho front entrance, tho ini
tials "W" and ''A" wero formed of
small square colored lanterns. Hun
dreds of lanterns wero disposed
amongst tho trees and shrubs, an
arboreal arch thus lighted making
ono of many boautiful effects. "Old
Glory'' and "Hawaii Pouoi" wero
draped ovor tho main entrance, and
flags of many nations wore hung in
different rooms. And such a wealth
of palms, vines and flowors as thoro
was! At every turn tho oyo was be
witched, whilo tho air was laden
with a hundred delicate porfumes.
The permanent decorations of tho
principal rooms, including oriental
carvings and panels painted iu Ha
waiian scenery, woro not tho least
among tho objects convoying plea
surable sensations of quiet luxury.
For an hour or two thoro was a
perfoct crush of guosts, tho stream
moving steadily into the reception
room. Commander and Mrs. Whit
ing received tho felicitations of tho
guosts standing beneath an artistic
ally constructed canopy of whito
illusion, oxtouding from tho roar of
the room to tho chandolior in tho
middlo. Instead of tho conventional
marriage boll thoro was a floral
lovor's knot ovor tho couple's heads.
Tho gauzy canopy was fastened
with white silk ribbon, and thickly
dotted with whito astors. It would
bo wearisome to name tho iloral
ornaments of tho room iu detail.
The top of tho piano was completely
covered with pink carnations, and
there was a profusion of ferns and
ilowors on every hand.
Thoro was a royal service of re
freshments aftor tho bridal rocop
tion. Besides a long table ladon
with luxurious viands, ladies were
served with dainty dishes on the
endless verandas. Then thoro was a
canvas lanai at tho school street ond
of tho house- gay with flags, Ilowors
and vines uudor whoso needless
shelter in tho still, fine night many
teto-a-toto tables for congenial cou-
Eles and fours wore placed. It was
ore whore President and Mrs. Dolo,
Minister and Mrs. Willis, Admiral
and Mrs. Irwin, and othor prominent
porsonagos woro regaled.
As tho termination of tho sot time
for the ontortainmont approached,
a uumber of naval officers woro ask
ed to join tho family party in tho
dining room. IJout. Carter thorq
proposed tho health, first of tho
brido, and then of tho bridegroom,
wishing them long lifo and happi
ness, Commandor Whiting respond
ed by proposing tho hoalth of tho
protty bridesmaids. Those toasts
being merrily honored, tho guests
remaining disporsod. A number of
the naval officers lingered to bestow
a volley of rice on tho gallant com
mandor and his brido as thoy took
thoir doparturo for thoir temporary
honeymoon quarters at Waikiki.
Members of the Cabinet aud of
tho diplomatic aud consular corps,
together with almost everybody
prominent in the business and social
lifo of tho community, added to tho
officers of tho American aud British
warships in port, mado tho compauy
of guests at this wedding one of tho
most brilliant over assembled iu
THE OFFENDING OLEIIK.
Hearing of Ohargou Agamt F. W.
Wundonboru Tho Evidence.
Mr, V. O. Smith, Attornoy-Gim
era), iilcd an amendod bill to a pro
vious complaint against Deputy
Clork Fred, W. Wuudouborg in tho
Supremo Court to-day boforo Jus
tices Judd, IHckorlon aud Frear,
constituting tho full bench, Mr. (J,
W. Ashford, counsul for tho dofonso,
entered a demurerr to tho specifica
tions, and mado a lengthy nrgumout
in support of the doinunor. Tho
gist of tho specifications Appeared in
yotitorday'H Uuuxti.n. Comibol ar-
gued that ovory man had a right to
his opinion, and although respon
dent liad uttorod cortaiu language
iu his privato capacity, nothing had
boon said to nogativo tho statomonts.
It was iucumbont on tho prosocu
tion to provo tho words spoken woro
uttorod iu his official capacity, as a
violation of his official oath or duty.
It was respondent's duty whon in
torviowod by tho United States com
missioner, J. H. Blount, to give
statomonts, and those cortainly woro
not givon iu his official capacity,
whilo tho establishing of tho Gov
ernment was undor investigation of
tho United States. Tho languago
UBed, "old rascal," oto., may bo very
uncomplimentary lo mat vouorauie
gentleman, but that was only a mat
tor of opinion. Ho may oxpress
opinions and ubo profanity
Chief Justico Judd Against tho
Govornmont whoso salary lio draws?
Asniora- ios, against anything.
No ono has his tongue tied up and
ho may use what languago ho likes,
notwithstanding his drawing a sal
ary. With regard to his calling
Govornmont pooplo "sots of thiovos
aud pirates," it moy havo boon very
bad tasto, but it was worso tasto on
tho part of tho man who ropoatod
Mr. Smith wished to oxonoralo
Marshal Hitchcock of such an action.
Mr. Asliford continuing said in
this Western Homisphoro ovory mau
has an unalienable right to his opin
ion of tho Govornmont. Tho cur
tailment of this liberty is unheard
of, and would not bo toloratod but
in a despotic country. Ho ventured
tho statement that probably respon
dent had a contemptuous opinion of
Mr. Cathcart, honco his insolent
Mr. Smith defended Mr. Cathcart.
He further stated that tho amendod
bill was sufficient. Ho quoted Act
2 of tho P. G. mado law on Jau. 20,
wherein an oath had to bo taken to
an allegiance. There woro two pro
visions in this act which had to bo
Kept ana a violation oi either is a
misconduct. Rospondont's conduct
After retiring a few ininutos tho
Court roturned a unanimous deci
sion over-ruling the demurrer.
Thoro was some dispute at this
point ovor tho swearing of witness
es, finally resulting in tho Chief Jus
tice's administering tho oath.
Marshal E. G. Hitchcock, sworn
by Chiof Justico Judd Was- in Ho
nolulu March 20; recall tho fact by
a note in my rocord book; acquaint
ed with respondent and mot him in
the Supromo Court clerk's offico; had
conversation and it appeared to mo
he made very peculiar remarks; first
of damning the Provisional Govorn
mont, stating that it was a family
compact and that we Hawaiiaus hail
no part or lot in affairs, straugors
wero given principal positions, all
others loft out in tho cold; it was an
act of pirates and robbers; it was a
missionary trouble; ho appeared to
bo much excited; asked him what
was tho matter; told him to keep
his sh.irt.on; that's about tho sum
and substauco of our conversation
that morning; rospondont used tho
words, "God damn tho Provisional
Government;" his lone of voice was
liko ono much disgruntled; had
another conversation with him at his
own house in latter part of April or
tho early part of May; when ho used
profane languago against the Gov
ernment, saying that it was not tak
ing any uotico of those born in
the country, think ho used tho
names of McCaudless and Morgan;
ho said that rich men wero running
tho Govommout; such mou as re
spondent aud myself woro loft out
in tho cold.
Cross-examined Smoked a pipe
with him on tho veranda; know
Wuudouborg since 1887; don't re
membor any official transaction with
Wundouborg aftor my appointment;
onlv two occasions ho spoko of the
Government; spoko tb'a good many,
W. It. Castle, YV. U. Smith, about
Wundonberg's position; Ashloy was
Marshal at that timo; Wundenberg
offered his assistance to ino iu my
official capacity, and ho told mo ho
was acquainted with the personnel
of tho polico force; my recollection
was 1 was enquiring of respondent
about Juon, Parkor aud Mehrtou as
to their trustworthiness as officers
of the Government; tho gist of his
complaint was that straugors wore
employed and Hawaiian-born left
out; respondent said that ho had
been promised position as Marshal,
but the promise had not been kept;
reported only a low days ago to W.
O. Smith about tho second conver
sation with him.
J. A. Hassinger, sworn Am Chiof
Clork of tho Interior Offico. Tho
record of Mr. Wundonberg's ap
pointment as Deputy Clerk, Fob. 2d,
A FEW U110IU15 FEUNB IN I'OTS
mid liangini? bimkets, on 6nturdny
after 11! o'clock, at tho residence of
800-31 It. I. LI M.IK.
OEYLON JEWELRY AND LACES.
rplli: UNDKHHIGNKI) HKOH TO IN
A. form tho public that ho hun opened a
More at No. 100 Nuuanu street, I near I
Alilo'nl for the sale of Ceylon Manufac
tured Jewelry mid Hand-mado l,aer, In
bjiuetioii respectfully Invited.
W. J. HADKIH,
Mannfautiirilijj Jrwulcr, -1&) Nuuanu st.
To Close Oat Consignments!
Kor tho DcnefH of the KhIrIu of
Commencing on SsATUHDAY, Decem
ber 0th, f will ell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated "Slur" lirand at
$G.0()icr J fat Dokii.
Boys' Suits from S3, DO up.
Men's Suits from S12.00 up.
Mod's Extra Pants from $1,50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Atlendod to.
I. LEVINGSTON, Manager.
Hawaiian Hartlwaro Go., L'fl
People arc gradually finding
out that painting houses means
something besides putting on
a combination of colors and
brightening the appearance of
dwelling. There is paint
and paint, some good and
others decidedly bad, and this
saying does not apply only to
ready mixed paints. How of
ten you find on houses, paint
ed only a short time, streaks
of white showing through the
color. It s the quality ol the
paint used in mixing with the
white. Six months after a
house is painted with these in
ferior "contract" colors the
house is as apt to look like a
harlequin's jacket as anything
else. In usinp- mixed paints,
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paints
such embarrassment is avoid
ed because in the first place
the colors are selected from
the best made and arc mixed
by men whose work is confin
ed strictly to that work. Once
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paint
is used on a building the colors
remain clear and glossy; as
the paint goes on so it remains
and weather will not make
changes in its appearance as
it does in other kinds of paint.
Our color cards show twenty
five different shades and colors.
We will be pleased to send it
to any one for the asking, and
you can order from it as safely
as if you come to the store.
An article we don't talk
about very much, but which is
quite an item in our business,
is rope, good manila rope man
ufactured by Tubbs & Co., the
famous cordage makers. We
keep all sizes from a fish line
to a hawser the thickness of
your arm anybody's arm. As
we are the agents for the man
ufacturer we are enabled to
sell this rope at lower prices
than other cordage dealers and
give better satisfaction. Un
like some makes of rope the
Tubb's is well laid in oil so
that contact with water, in
stead of ."making it harsh and
brittle increases its pliability.
Any sailor man who has used
Hongkong rope knows that
once it becomes wet it is use-
l less while the same cause pro
duces an entirely different ef
fect on the Tubb's rope. Our's
is also adapted to the uses to
which rope is put on planta
tions. The late rains have made
the grass grow where the
ground has been bare for
months. Growing grass makes
a demand for Lawn Mowers,
at least with us. A half-dozen
have gone to our customers dur
ing the past week, and we are
prepared to.,sell u great many
more. We handle the "Penn
sylvania" which the people
who cut grass say, is superior
to any other. Another article
much used by the landscape
gardener is shears for trimming
the edges of grass, ordinary
sheep shears is the best for the
purpose, and our s nave straps
to them so the operator can
get a good grip on the imple
ment. We have also the con
ventional hedge shears that
are used in evening up the
sides and tops of hedges.
These 'three tools are actual
necessities to people who wish,
to keep their lawns looking
While mentioning articles
for the lawn and garden it will
be well to tell you that our
stock of rubber hose is about
as large as any in town, and
the quality cannot be improv
ed upon. During the time
the irrigation notice was in the
paper people had no use for
garden hose, but now that the
embargo is removed the de
mand is growing. As a lit
accompaniment the hose reel
should go with the hose.
These reels, however, are for
economical people, people who
do not "believe in buying new
hose every few months. It's
the dragging the hose over
the sand walks that wears it
out, a hose reel obviates that
and long life is granted to it.
When you iret a hose and a
reel buy a California Improved
Sprinkler. We sell them.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoalto Bpreokclu' lllook,
!K)7 FORT iSTREET.
Aro just in receipt of largo impoiln
lions by their iron barks "Paul
I senhcrg" and " J. 0. Pfiugor,"
and by a numbor ol ves
sels from America.
Consisting of a largo mid coniplolo
Vienna anil Iron Gulden Furnituio,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Gronac,
Caustic Soda, Wash Sodn,
Filtcrpross Cloth, Twine,
Bags, Market Babkets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Hoofing yiates, Firebricks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain anil Corrugatoil Iron,
It. It. Materials,
Steel Eaile, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Golden GnU;, Diamond, Spcrry'rt, Mer
chants and Eldorado
most, Liberal Tonus at the
Lowest Priced by
H Mackfeld & Go.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
"World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
Si. Louis, Oct. 28, 18W.
Mk-6R6. Ma kablane it Co., L'd.,
Honolulu, H. I.
Dene Him: Wo havo mailed you a copy
of llio OlnhcUtmocrnt announcing the great
viutory won by llio ANiii:vbER-Bi'scii Aeso-
ciation with their "KAGLK" Brand of
(lipeciiil l'A'ijiiiteli In (Sluhc-I)emncriit.)
WorliiV 1'Aiit, Uiui'At.o, 111., Oct.!
noi.sbcurs and chemists of tho bichest rank
to tho Anheu-er-Hu'-ch Brewing Associa
tion. By methods of unrivalled business
enterprise, and by using the best material
produced in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro
gates, the tlillcrcnt kinds of tho Anheuser
Busch beer havo becomo thn favorites with
tho American pcoule, and have now con
quciud the highest award in every particu
lar, which hud to bo considered by tho
Columbian jury. TJio high character of
tho award given to-day by tho jurors will
be better understood when it is known that
tho tlillcrent beers exhibited by tho An-licuser-Buscli
Brewing Association had lo
compete with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of other brewers. Tho lacl
that no other concern has iccoived so
many points for the various essential qual
ities of good beer confirms anew the llrm's
reputation as tho leader of all American
beer, and Mr. Adolphus ilusch cun feel
proud over this icsultso justly merited.
mar Tho above Is a Fac-slnillle ol the
Label of (be " EAGLE " Brand wblcb took
Ub- In orilmini: UiIn Jleer lit) mini to
ink lor the 'KAUi.i;" lirand.
Macfarlauo & Co., L'd,
tu5-tl Autidi fr ViiuiUi'ini M(inl.
No award has over licon made so gratifying
to St. Louis people and so juatly merited
as tho one given to-day by the Columbian
jury of the World's V'nn. consitinc of con-
Oornor Fort 8c
Toys of Every Description !
Holiday & Xmas Goods !
. . . i
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices !
1 AM OFFERING A VBHY LAKCIE STOCK OK
For Lndics, Gcntlcmou mid Children nt Low Trices.
8PE0IAL-AI 15c.- ilnu lino of Ladies' Kinbroldcd Bilk Handkeichiefs.
SPKCIAL-At 3,r.c Gents' JnpanciO Silk Handkerchiofs.
SPKOIAL-At 12J4c-105 dor.en Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs.
T-My Co., 10c., 12'ic, 15 and llle. Ladies' Handkerchiefs aro the best value
ollcred in tho market (immense assortment to select from).
Extra Value in Hosiery for Ladies, Gontlemon and Children !
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hose at $15 Doeen !
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only i
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Snits
Will bo tillered at Lower Prices than over hofore.
My $4 Suit3 reduced to $3. My $5 Buito reducod to $3.75. My $0, $6. BO
and $7.50 Suits (Knoo Pants) reducod to $5.
Iu Boy's Knee Pants- Good Values are Offered !
My SI Kneo Pants roducod to 65c. lay $2, 32.25 and $2.50
Knoo Pants roduced to $1.50
Boy's "W"alsts a,t So.
In White and fancy Percale with Back and front Pleated and Large
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette I
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard !
By tho "Australia" tluo here ncNt Snlmdny I will receive a Largo Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
New Novelties in Laces, Ribbons aud Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTUKU LAUGU INVOICE OV
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
i invite iisrsFBOTionsr -
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LAR&E
These French Brushes are celebrated the World over i'or
their Exckllisn'ck of Fixisii and Dukamhty, -and
eobt you no mohk than the ill-made
5S3 TTort Street,
I,0"V"E3JO"'2" &, OCX
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
I'OK TUB BALK OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine. Cellars, Napa City.
Frodericksbtiry Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Nun Jose, Cal., U. S, A,
Dallemaml & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
America's Final Production, iW couf Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jlcliable., "
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
Tho Prince 0 Summer Drinks.
Iu 111 Very lleubonablo Prlcvn,
Mutual Tklenionj: U08-
Ilojaol-ulu., HL I.
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