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Kill DAY, JAN. 12. 1S.M.
t'i'nt: Kinuiolti'li : not sat
upon iiidto than four times at v
Umlny' .o.ion of tlu Councils
If iliu potitioniTs for repeal nf t lit
- bum iou alcohol law had got lln
untutf f lOurtoriuastor Willie If alt.
uu (.spurt on alcohol for export to
the heat hci up north. they might
L.v.f 1m .-.1 ittawl with eniiiuinn
i. VII. IV.
li npp. .tr the petition of the
ilurtor .mil dni'Nt?. a larji pro
poitiMii nf them I. (5. men, was
tabli-il iutt';il of teferrctl to a com
mittee in tlin Cutincils vi"tot(la.
'l'lii CiiiiiiciU are iitlcnll,v getting
tiled i.f th-iroun muddling of the
Til K HUSTLE FOK Ofc'l'IOES.
The fact that we are almost daily
leminded by the sub.idized pres
that the pAecutie arc being spurred
on to (lie work nf removing experi
enced and competent public olliclnU
of iiippon-d loyalistie Minpathio?.
and appointing in their places
other, professedly loyal to the pro--eut
sulwtituio for popular and re
presentative governinont, would in
dicate that we are to have a further
exemplification of the benellcent
tide proposed to bo perpetuated by
the would-bo "polygloU" (.eo Star
of Jan. I), in tlio near future, in the
displacement of others long in the
public service, who hau the cour
age of their convictions ami who
disdain to Multify thctnclvcs for
thesahe of letaiuing positions al
ready rendered distasteful by reason
of a perfect te:n of espionage, at
the price of their honor. Much mud
hail been .-lung by the annexation
press, aimed at the personnel of the
civil sen ice under the monarchy,
but no better proof of the judicious
selection of public servants under
that much-abused regime can be ad-vauu-d,
than that these men are
now found upholding and maintain
ing their convictions and principles,
regardless of consequences to them
selves. I'urt her proof in the oaine
regard is found in the confessed
dilliculty the Government finds in
tilling the places of those dismissed
with competent persons, and iu the
many miserable failures who have
substituted men of capacity that
wore among the earliest to receive
the dirty hick of the oligarchy. 11a
w.iiians have never been seen to so
great advantage as during these
month of extreme peril to their
national life and personal rights,
and il would b- well for those iu
power to mail; il. The Uoi eminent
haw Imvd forced to adopt a policy
that tiny will fun I impossible to
carry out tr.iiyhlforwardly without
hopelessly crippling tin eivil er
While oil the Milled il i le, lined
that (.cent so called iiiipaitinl iu
vestigalious have bei-n conducted
by the provident of the Annexation
Olub. sitting a lti.niNitoi-iiiUlildf.
To malie the combination eumplete
wo would suggest that the Chief
Justice, having publicly jtiuininced
his p.'ntistfisliin, be al-o added to
the board i f eiamiiurs and laLo a
hand in the vvorl of cli-nniug the
public service of all who dale lefiiKe
to bear arms iu suppoit of thi-emi-iientlv
impartial tribunal. If the
executive of the Annexation Club
would devote iu i-paro energies iu
preparing essav'j and arguments to
demonstrate the prospective advau
tftgio to accrue to Hawaii by aune
atiou to anything, and can maintain
their position iu debate on this
ipieslion, it will at last be doing
something inatiiul toward the con
summation of the object in view,
but to thin date coercion, and not
argumeut, has been the inell'ectual
weapon to convince the very many
skeptics on tliii point.
Captain Patterson, of the harbor
police, has had his "eagle" eye on
the I'uioii Steamship -lonowai nil
the while she was iu port to-dav.
He had been made aware of the fact
that tlier.- uciv a number of btovv
.ivvnvrs on bi.ar I. but they had been
made tobign tl,. articles and wore
kept at work below. Several made
their appearance on deck during the
forenoon, but findiug they wore un
der surveillance wont below again,
It will bo remembered tho Mouowni
caused the adoption of tho Stowaway
Act. Captain Caroy "fired" a couple
of mon off the steamer when ho
called in hero on hi wav to the
Colonies some time ago.
3. 8. Monowai.
Tho Lnion steamship Monowai,
Carey commander, arrived iu port at
7:30 o'clock this morning, IS days
from Sydney, having loft that place
Dee. 'S, and i.'i days from Auckland.
Tho .Monowai experienced very lino
weather and variable winds to Apia,
thonco had Mrong hoad winds anil
heavy seas up to arrival. Sho brought
three saloon passengers and one
steerage, and had in transit lis saloon
and .'10 Hteorago passengers. Tho
.Monowai resumed her voyage to San
h'raneisco al .'I o'clock I his afternoon,
the I'. (i. baud pla.ving her oil.
T1UAL OF MBS. KINO.
81m Preserves Her (Jay ami t'eilive
At tin' opening of the District
Court this morning W. C. I'oiul, T.
L. Kean and II. I)obon were brought
befoie the bench for drunkenness.
The three pleaded guiltv and were
sentenced to pay lines of $2 each.
Ah Lam. for assault and battery
on Mon War on Jan. lit. iu front o"f
tho Police Station, was sentenced to
pay a tine of ?7.
The trials of Pico Miranda for as
nanlt. and Ah You, the Chinese lad
who stabbed a native jesterday with
a sheath knife, wore put otl until
Mrs. Vina King, the colored lass
who pickaxed Geo. Washington, her
lover, on New Year's day iu a house
mi Cuoou street, was next put ou
trial. The woman appeared in a
neat tight lilting gown and greeted
Washington, who was in tho court
room, with a smile. Dr. Wood, for
the prosecution, testified that ho
saw Washington on Jan. 1st; he had
a fresh wound near his loft tomple
about l inch long, which was bleed
ing a little. Hlootl was coming from
both his nose and mouth. Although
he was iu groat pain, tho witness
could not hud that there was any
injury to tho brain. Tho How from
the mouth and nose must have come
from some intorn.il intiirv. Tin,
wound was not probed, and the
bleediug subsided aftor twenty-four
hours. Kvidoneo was found of an
accumulation of blood over tho soft
Geo. Washington, after being
sworn, stated that he had lived with
Mrs. King for about two mouths
and a half, at a placo ou Queen
street. Ho came homo ou the morn
ing of Jau. 1, at ono o'clock, bring
ing two friends with him. Defend
ant was alone. Powell and Lan
caster arrived later. Boor was opou
ed and tho party enjoyed thomsoives.
Finally ho (Washington) became
angered, uol jealous, at certain con
versation going on between defend
ant and Powell, and ho slapped hor
faco. The party left shortly after
ward and tho woman went out in
tho yard, where sho fainted. Tho
witness brought hor in and gavo hor
camphor, lie left tho houso and
returned later to find sho had gone.
Then ho wont to sleep. Vhon ho
awoke ho saw a lot of blood around,
mid a pick on the lloor with blood
ou it. Ho got up and blood started
to How again. A man answered to
his cry for lieln and wont and got a
policeman. Witness did not know
who struck tho blow, aud did not
see defendant until sho caino in with
a doctor. Sho then asked him how
ho felt, but bolug weak from loss of
blood ho did not answer hor. Pre
vious to sleeping ho had a rovolvor
iu his hip pocket which defendant
took, but ou his hearing tho click of
tho hammer ho had takon it away
Marshal Hitchcock deposed that
defendant was taken iu his office on
Jau. 1, at I p. m. for examination.
Sho was told that hor answers would
be taken down and used iu Court,
and that sho had tho option of ans
wering for hor benefit or otherwise.
Deputy Marshal Brown was present.
Defendant In answer to queries had
told witness thai Washington was
jealous of Powell at tho time of the
trouble, and that Washington struck
her about the faco with his hand.
She was afraid of her life and
Georgo goinjj outside, hIio availed
herself of the opportunity and ran
away to a native woman's house.
She came back and looking through
the window saw Georgo asleep ou
the bed. Sho went out iu the yard,
found a pickaxe and standing on tho
dooistup drove the pick with both
liamW into his head. Jle threw up
his hatiih and she ran away. He
turning later she peered through
the window and saw the man wash
ing the blood from his face. He
saw her and said hodid uol think she
would do that to him. Unasked hor
to go for assistance and sho went to
the Hotel and got Dr. Howard. On
their return sho was arrested. That
wa the gisl of Mr. King's state
ment to witness, who describes her
as being cool and collected when
she made tho confession.
Depulj Marshal Drown corrobo
tated the Mnrsha'ls evidence.
The ease was continued till 2:30
o'clock, at request of J. J,. Kaulukou,
who appears for Mrs. King.
After argument by counsel this
afternoon, Mrs. Viua King was com
mitted to tho Circuit Court for trial.
ICnulukou offered no defense.
Projiiossivo Voraus Respoctablo.
It had generally been Mirnii.iod by
the honorable and genteel portion
of the community, that Walter G.
Smith had boon conducting tho Star
to suit himself, aud that the share
holders wore, not only not responsi
ble for, but rathor deplored and
tried to gag tho violence of his tem
per, and his vulgar, low, iudocont,
scurrilous stylo of writing. But it
now coinos out in print, that tho
Star has been conducted editorially
'i;i a maunor thoroughly in accord
with the soutimeuts of tho progress
ive clement of these islauds, ami to
tho entire satisfaction of tho share
holders." And this extraordinary
statement is signed by J. Emmoluth,
J. II. Fisher, G. W. Smith aud C.
W. Day. Thus tho constant abuso
heaped upon tho Queon, as a woman;
tho usual kicking at tho fallou foo;
tho libellous attacks and blackguard
ing of any citizen who rospects him
self enoiiL'li tn riunnin fxlHiful i,
I his past afiogianco aud oath to our
I Constitution, or oven of anyouo who
; does not yot fully roalizo tho boau
i ties of auuoxation; tho repeated
j savage advico for persecuting and
j deporting en mum' ovory man and
woman who does uot hnppon to
agree with tho "progressive olomont"
of tho P. G imported from tho
slums of San Francisco; tho insults
and slurs against inoffensive natives,
aud lastly, but not least, tho violent
throats agaiust tho American Gov
ernment, and tho saugulnary incite
ments preached, to tho Americans
here, by a psoudo American filibus
terer, to fight agaiust American
troops if ordered to laud, and
to kill American soldiers, if they
oleted tho ordors of their chiefs
ill this dishonorable, dirty, con
t -mptible, treasonable policy is re
t 'sented as thoroughly endorsed
i the "progressive element" of the
ti. it (God save us from such pro
gr ss!) and sustained by four men
vv io hitherto had the apparently di
luted ptetensiou of being gehtlo
meu' ! However, it may bo assort
ed that tho progressive olomont re
ferred to. does not include tho re
spectable, honest, impartial classes
of both political parties, and that
tho above mentioned signers will
have to submit to tho oousoquences
of the proverb, "birds of a feather
tlock together" Two of tht-ui-Cmtneluth,
on his sinister person,
and Fisher, with his vinegar counte
nance bear the indelible stamp of
thoir moral worth; but tho public
will be surprised to find tho other
two. Smith the druggist and Day.
the father to the popular doctor, in
such bad company; yot the respect
able element hero will remember
that there are other druggists and.
other doctors around, perhaps not
so "progressive," but certainly im
bued with a better idea of what is
moral and upright, healthy and de
cent in journalism. Nf.aiksis,
Victoria has had an earthquake
The Victorian Cabinet has decided
to have an Agent-General iu Lon
don. Sandford Fleming is still working
iu Loudon for au Imperial subsidy
toward a Pacific cable.
Tho Australian horse Highborn
has won iu India, for the second
time, tho Viceroy's cup.
Another party of emigrants num
bering 100, has sailed for Paraguay
iu tho bark Koyal Tar, intending to
settle in "Now Australia."
Tho Premiers of the Australian
Colonies havo agreed to invito the
Duko and Duchess of York to visit
Australia aud NowZoaland this year.
Huddart, Parkor & Co., contrac
tors for tho Canadian-Australian
steam mail sorvice, have started a
steam lino betwoen Sydnoy, Now
Zealand ports aud Tasmania.
Civilisation is advancing in Samoa.
Tho natives nro boiug punishod for
bathing in purl natitralihu, and
they have forged a good many Stato
dobonluros. A'i(ri Truth.
Mr. Kldd, Postmaster-General,
Now South Wales, thinks that tho
Postal Couforonco at Wellington
(Now Zoaland) iu January will afford
an opportunity to tho colonies to
como to somo dofinito conclusiou,
and decido what action should bo
taken regarding relations with Can
ada, and the manner iu which Aus
tralia should bo represented thoro.
Ou Pitcaim Island, iu tho Eastern
Pacific, tho original homo of the
Douuty mutineers, there aro 23 fam
ilies with a population of 1-11 all
told, aud tho education of tho chil
dren Is provided for by a school
mistress supplied by the Sorcuth
Day Advoutist Society. A pro
minent member of tho Advoutist
Conference, lildor Gatos, roinains
on t ho island for his hoaUh. With
the exception of droughts, which of
lato have much exorcised the people,
life on Pitcaim, it is said, is easy
F.ntToit Di'i.i.i:m: -
In last night's Dumxtin appeared
an article copied from the San Fran
cisco Deport stating that 1 had ap
plied to the Secietary of tho Navy
for leave Io iinvigato tho yacht
Tolna, and had been iu roturu re
buked h him for making applica
tion at thN tune. Any application
for loavo to the Secretary" of tho
Navv and lilt reply wouhf bo for
waideil au I received by my com
mantling oilier and the Admiral
commanding the station. Such is
not the ease: In fnel tlin nrltolu id
Minlrue iu every particular. 1 re-
.quest iiiai von iii.u.e an oany eorrec
Hon. F. S. Cvuteii,
Lieutenant, I. S. N.
I'.S. S. Adams, Honolulu, Jan. 12,
Who'd Your Hattorr
During one of tho Kuglish vacht
races last week tho Priuco of Wales
woro a very peculiar headgear of a
Polish typo, and as his yacht passed
tho American warship Chicago, the
baud struck up "Whore did you got
that hat?" A slorin of cheers from
tho shin and the yacht greeted tho
musical Rail V. and lint Auntrirtnn
olllcors feared that his royal high-
iiuao iiiiui, i-iiusiuur it, a personal
liberty and take offence. But ho
doolared afterward that lm vn ilu.
lighted with the reception, which,
ho thought, was given in a true
The Yokohama Bazaar,
Comer Hotel & Nnuanii Streets,
Hiii ju-t iii'reprlatud a Novelty, rnn-M-lug
MAGIC : POCKET : KNIFE !
FRIOHI SO OEI1MTS.
Tills ICllifu cmitaliw. ImisIiI.oi ilu.
Usual Jllude-. u (Mass Cuttur that ulll nt
pnHier iiien a uiaiuona (J.WJO reel or glass.
It will nUo lm found useful for a aier pat
tern cutter. It has aNn a Ilalnnn, flint will
vvcIbIi nnythliu; up to IL' pound.. This
was the greuteat success el tho World's
lalr. As we have only u limited number,
tho Inventor has kindly ollered his services
uy siiuwniKiiiu purchasers tno wav of tiMni;
this wonderful Knife on HA'l'UltDAV,
January j:)th, only. O.'U-li
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Cutimntes given on nil klmU of
"n.'l.,C0N01tETJ5 A l'LAKTKlt WOUK
Ufc i inciii:tk A HIT IAJ.1V "9C
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Adivij)i:ni) to thk stoukhoi.ii.
th nf the Mi'TiMi. Tr.i.Kriinme Com
I'inv I puytilile mi Jauuiiry in, isiil, at tlm
"HuHHif 0. li. IlKlKIKH,
-"i "i Treasurer.
Various Xtoms ot Interest Oathoivd
In tho OlorV.'a Office
Ke.llohn Iiilto noli I inn a fur nm.
bate of tho will of Oao luko, her de
ceased husband, leaving to herself
mil r... i.:i.i... .",.. ...
uu. u. u iniiuiuii (iiujviiv runsisi-
mgof roal ostato valued nt ..TG0O
nnd nersnnnltr nt S'20(l vol,,., ami
lhat loiters testamentary issue to
.(HP ..a II.Artlll.l. ..A.a.n.l ! I 1. - -1l
mi ..- i'.v -.mil iinuiuu III ine Will.
Judge Cooper has examined and
approved tho accounts of Uruco
(art wright. trustee of thn nvfntn of
Etnma Kalnlnonnlnnl. lintvinir irana.
actious of $5482 ou either side for
the year 1893. The Queen's Hospi
tal received $924.66 after payment of
annuities and expenses, nlso SCOO to
ward scholarships iu St. Andrew's
Samuel B. Hoso presented his
fourth and final account as guardian
of Charles H. Rose, tniuor, and ask
ed for discharge, tho mitior having
como of age. Judge Coopor ap
proved the accounts and, finding by
jiorsonal questioning that tho ward
had reached his majority and was
satisfied with the transactions of
the guardian, ordered that tho
guardian bo discharged upon filing
tho dual recolpt of the ward for the
balaneo of $7lK.8() duo him.
In the matlor of the estalo of
Hannah K. Kapali, before Judgo
Coopor, the Court hoard the appli
cation of tho husband praying for
letters of administration to issue to
nm. During the progress of tho
hearing a document was presented
purporting to bo a will which might
also bo construed as a dood of con
veyance. Tho Court before granting
lellore of adtuinistratiou took the
maltor under advisomont so as to
construe the document in question.
Castlo for tho husband, potltionor;
Kahookano for tho heirs, contesting.
OUNS FOR THE FAIR.
Fart of the Historic Austrian Bat
tory of Xalakaua.
Among the exhibits which wore
sent to the Hawaiian Village at tho
Midwinter Fair in San Francisco by
tho S. S. Monowai to-day woro two
Austrian field pieces. These field
pieces, attached to which is quite a
history, woro used by R. W. Wilcox
in the attotnptcd revolution in 1889.
Twolvo of theso piocos woro brought
from Austria sovoral years ago by
tlio late King Knlakaua, who was
under the impression that thov wore
a gift from tho Austrian Govern
ment, but some time aftorward a bill
was rocoivod by thn Hawaiian Gov
ernment for $15,000 for tho guus,
aud tho amount had to bo paid.
The Austrian Government had quite
a lot of trouble gotliug them across
tho Gorman Empiro ou account of
cortain strict regulations. Tho field
pieces aro eight centimeter.
Other curios sent by tho agents
of tho Hawaiian exhibit aro soa and
laud sholls, a land turtle, specimens
of sugar cano and a number of
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within tho bounds of reason bocauso
It is true; it always appeals to tho
sober common sense of thinking peo
ple bocauso it is true; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which in the financial world
would .bo accepted without a mo
Hood's Fills euro liver Ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
By Jan. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY. .Inn. lath
AT liiOTUKK A. M.,
Al the Kiidunaile, iimUI of tlm New Flnli
MaiUt. 1 will -ell al I'lihllu Auction
8 Pieces 12x12x60 N. W. Lumber
8 Pieces 12x10x60 N.W. Lumber
Tho above tiro kiitinll for il...
lhuii nr elrutrlc ll(;ht hiK er for tmltit-
Jaa, F. Morgan,
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan. V.,
AT t!2 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Bslmooin, Qmcn Street, 1 will
m-II at I'nhllo Auction, that Vuluu-
hlo Itfoldence known an the
Tin- I'rojMtrty has a frontago of 118 frei on
Kiikui Street and H nlmiit
-'OU feet doop.
There li a I'onvenleiil
2-Story Dwelling House
CoiitainliiB IU Uooiiih, Cottar mid Out-
hoiiies on tho I,ot. Tho Main House
contains la Koorns, Kitchen
mid llath. Also
1 2-Roora Cottage!
I 1-Room Cottage 1
lintli ami Wash Jlotuo outside.
Klc, Kto Kte.
, ttf" I'liii'u Clin he hitiieuied on iiiiiillen.
Jaa. !F Morgan,
Hawaiiaa Hardware Co.. L'd
Saturday, Jmi. a, 1894.
We mentioned somctliini?
last week about a weather
prophet" telling us we wen,
going to have dry weather
during 189-1. He wishes to
amend his statement now by
saying that it only applies to
localities where it does not
rain. The weather will not
hurt us to any great extent
because, when ihe streets are
muddy, people will want Hart
mann s steel mats, and we
have them in stock. Another
thing they must have is an Im
proved Stone Filter. The
rain makes the water impure
and it is necessary lo filter it to
keep disagreeable things from
being taken into the stomach
and causing scarlatina and all
sorts of diseases. We keep
the best filter manufactured;
one that may easily be kept
clean, and is cheaper than any
Frank Walcot's knife sharp
ener is known all over the
world and with a generous use
of printer's ink we hope to
make it very well known here.
This contrivance is made of
compressed emery and resem
bles a scythe stone in shape.
Having sides of different grades
of fineness, it is adapted for
sharpening any edge tools, and
must supplant files for keep
ing cane knives in order be
cause one of thftn will outlast
many dozen files. We believe
we have all of these sharpen
ers in this market; if you want
your carvers sharp with the
least trouble and expense, ask
us for a "Frank Walcot Knife
Rochester Student lamps are
in demand wherever people
read books for pleasure or
mental profit. They are es
pecially desirable for the pur
pose because they give the
maximum light with the min
imum heat. They are not as
ornamental, perhaps, as some
of other styles but theyarequite
as serviceable for general pur
poses. We invite your atten
tion to an assortment we have
just opened; to us they seem
to be handsomer than any stu
dent lamps we have ever seen
in other shops.
Some months ago we im
ported and sold a lot of small
grindstones made especially
for scissors and other fine cut
lery. They jumped at once
into favor, and we had to or
der more. We've waited a
long time for them because
the demand for the article has
been so great in the United
States that the manufacturer
could not keep up with it. We
recoieved our portion of the
output on the Australia, and we
arc ready to fill a limited num
ber of orders. These wheels
are made of a composition of
which sapphires are a part,
they are as unlike our ordi
nary grindstone, except in
shape, as wool is unlike cotton.
Since we published a state
ment showing the tensile
strength of our galvanized
wire, we have received other
evidence of. its superiority for
all uses to which wire may be
put. We have had the wire
twisted around itself twenty
times with no signs of the gal
vanizing cracking or pulling
off. The trouble with most
is that it will not stand short
twists, but ours will.
As soon as the weather
clears up there will be a lot of
painting done. We claim to
keep as large a stock of white
lead, colors and oil, as there is
in the country. We also keep
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paints
which are the best mixed
paints in the world. There is
more zinc and japan in these
mixed paints than any other
manufactured, and the addi
tional quantity of these ingre
dients is added on account
of the effect of the Hawaiian
climate on paint. You will
find the Hendry paints better
spreaders than any other, and
they will retain their gloss and
original color longer. They
are put up in half gallon and
gallon tins ten of the latter
size will cover any ordinary
house two coats.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.. L'd
OppoiiU Bpreoktli' Block,
307 FORT STREET.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
I BEG TO INFORM MV CUSTOMERS
THAT T WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE M0NVII OF JANUARY.
BIG INDUCEMENTS i
Will bu offered to the Public and it will pay you to ttade at
the -TEMPLE OV FASHION."
... 1 AM OKI'liltl.Ni; M ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flauette Waists
EU'gunt AriHortiiiunt cil' (Joloiv. m 20 Cents Each.
JtiBt Received by last "Australia" a Largo Stock of
To be old for onk wbeic oxi.y at 10c., l'e., He. and lCc.
per yard. Goods worth 25e. u yard.
. . a 6 O PIECES.,
fit 10-yurd lengths, reduced from SI .00 to 75 cents.
Comer Port and Hotel Six, Honolulu, H. I.
-- 01-' Till:
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . Jl'ST TO llANH K.X '01TV r I'l.KIMJ" . . .
ft3r These Cigars aro direct from the factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are so frequently offered as the "Beat Manilas." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince vou of their
HOLLISTEE & CO.,
583 rovt Street,
Mi'tuai. Telephone 308-
LOVETOY Sc CO.
No. 19 Nuuaiiu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
t'OK THK BAMS OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
-ham "Unci? Sam" Wine Cellar, Xtipu City,
Frodericksbury Browing Co.'s Export Lager Boor,
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Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Amrrh'n'i Fluent Production, lUch and MelUm .
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky.
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Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
I lie Princt Hummer Urinkt.
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