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TlirUKDAY, -JAN. W. M
To 'limil UmI wo Iuvh u good
ovi'rnnit'iit d.n'? iiii tn.'tKo tlio fart.
Win il) tlio tuUr aioul illsuuisMo'i
of tlio rciuml of llio Prou-nonal
CLOSE OF THE DAY.
Ilium innUens, Torchlights, Oratory
nm I'iroworks on Pnlnco Squnro.
Tl T. 0.' O'lubration of tlioir
n.'itul ila lerminnttiu U'stonlay oven
I iiii? with" a tnas niooiing on "l'ulaeo
Sitiituo, ami lirtnvurks on tlio Koi'it-
vo uuiluinj,' groumls. A largo as
iiihliigu wa jirojout at 7 o'clock,
10 majority being l'ortugucso, with
luir wivoaniul families. Tkoro woro
Yo shall alway maintain that no
situation justifies a judgo of any
civil court iu making a party politi
cal speech in public. Ono who ha
to hold the balances ovenly in thous
ands of delicate matters between
tuau and man, and between the in
dividual and tho community, cannot
hold tho universal coufidouco that
ho ought to have after making any
such exhibition of partisanship.
Ur'er Smith of the Star assumed
tho mystic mnntlo of a seer last
night, speaking iu awful tones of a
secret purposo of 1'rovldonco re
garding Hawaii, of which tho audi
ence was expected to assume that
Walter G. Smith was tho Inspired
prophet. All his academic mouthing
and dramatic posing was meant to
say, "Now, bhoys, won't yo listen to
Tim an' his gaug, and see that I got
a boost into tho Councils!"
VENOM OF THE ELECT.
Another refuge of lies was swept
away yetorday. One of the argu
ments relied upon at tho November
m.-ns meeting, as iu tho annexation
propaganda at homo and abroad, to
provo the iudopondouco of tho Pro
visional Government, was that it
had been fully recognized by all tho
Powers save Great Britain. Tho
representatives of the Towers yos
torday ignored the invitation and
the existence of the Provisional Gov
eminent. Only two consuls ap
peared at the presidential reception,
lint they an reideut business men
and pioiioiiiiccd partisans iu Hawai
ian politic 1 1 was to bo expected
that the morning organ should fnt
and ftiinu in mine than ,i column of
eiiMjiiounl raillery at tho I nited
.St ate j Miuistci as being tho head
and front of the national repieseu
tatives' olVendiug. Local newspaper
readers will recall tho fury of tho
same paper and members of its party
in the Legislature becauso attention
was called in this paper and iu the
Legislature to the vilo and iunoltiug
allusions ot Minister Slovouft in pub-'
lie mldressort to tho Government of
this country, friendly a it was in a
high degree to his own Government.
It is a characteristic of tho clique of
which tho Advertiser U tin mouth
piece that no aullioiitv, no dignity,
uo character is deemed worthy of re
iiiocl from tho clique, unless such
authoriU. dignity or character miIi
jecls itself humbly and meekly to bo
tho ally or the instrument of the
illtiitiA most Hellish aims and policies.
This characteristic of tho clique and
all person and organizations that it
occasionally briugs temporarily un
der its sway for it own purpose, has
invariably conduced iu the pu-,1.
and may bo expected to do n in tin
future, to tho undoing of its pniww
soi.i' schemes of nolf'tiggraiidio
nujiit at tho coht of ovory legitimate
interest of othets that may timit iu
tho way. That outburst of malig
uaut vituperation against 1'icideut
Cleveland and his Government, at
tho November mass incut ing, will bo
found to hao greatly promoted tho
confusion of those who are trying
to destroy Hawaiian nationality.
Tho curreut attacks on the Ameri
can Minister will probably also havo
thoir duo ollect in proving to that
functionary tho truth of tho maxim
against judging by appoaraucos.
Thoy let a Hood of light into his
mind, which ho may trausmit to his
Government, regarding tho truo
character of the Hawaiian revolutionists.
Mr. Ash Tries to Kill Herself In
a Critical Condition.
At 8:!V0 o'clock jestorday evening
a pistol shot was heard in a cottago
on Hotel street, and a few minutos
luter it was learned that Mrs. W. 11.
Ash had shot horcolf in tho head.
Dr. McWayno was spocdily on tho
spot, nud ordorod tho removal of Mrs.
Ash to tho Queen's Hospital whoro
medical assistance was given hor.
Dr. Mo Way no then reported tho af
fair to tho police, and Captain
Langloy inspected tho promises at
8:50 o'clock. Ho found blood along
the floor to tho entrance and a pil
low in tho middle in a pool of blood.
There was a chair by tho piano, as if
someone unu noun piuyuiK um in
strument, and on ono Bide a rocking
chair which had fallen over On a
small table thoro woro glasses and
oatables, two bottles of beorand one
bottlo of whisky.
As far as can be ascertained it was
a family tioublo. Mrs. Ash had been
out all day and mtuined iu tho
evening, and Mr. Ash callud her to
account. There woro several people
iu tlio loom and whou tlie. found
matters were becoming too warm,
left the lioifjo taking little Delia
Ash with thorn. Ash filially left tho
house, but had only gone a foiv
Mops when lie heard n eliot and on
going back found tho woman lying
oil tlio lloor. Shu had shot liertoll
iu tho head, tho ball penetrating tho
riul.t Jaw and lodging iu the left
oar. she is lying to-day iu a critical
and foreigners in tho crowd. The.ro
was n long string of Japanese lan
terns enclosing electric lights on the
mauka side of tho street, and thou
sands of lights in the Executive and
Judiciary building grounds and on
tlio buildings tuemsolves. 1 no speak
ers' tand was supnliod with incan
descent electric lights.
Shortly before 7 :H0 o'clock a Portu
guese band, headed by J. M. Vivas,
minus a coat, and a lot of Portu
gut'o youngsters carrying torch
lights, marched from King street
into tho square. Tho only grown
up moil in tho procession carried
transparencies with tho mottoes:
"P. O. aud Portugoo," "We're tho
400," "Liberty aud Union," "No
Mouarch In Ours," "America Is
Our Goal," "Lily Make Itoom for
Your Auti," and "Progresso Uniao
Libordado." Thoy marchod in front
of the speaker's stand and aftor the
band playing a solcction tho kids
were uirocleu to tuo cornor oi
Kiehards and King streets, whoro
tho band at intorvals interrupted
tho speakers much to chairman J.U.
Atbortou a discomfiture.
Aftor a selection by tho P. G.
band stationed on the Ewa end of
tho speakors' stand, Chairman Ath
orton addressed tho throng as fol
lows: Follow citizons and ladies, Tho
last mooting of citizens in this city
was hold on Nov. 28, 1893. It was a
protest against tho conduct of Presi
dent Clovolnud. and was a docisivo
aud enthusiastic gathering. Tho
lottor of Secretary Gresbaui was tho
causo of biuding into closer relations
the men who are iu favor of a good
government, against a rotteu mon
archy. This meetiuir, fellow citi
zens, will fittingly closo tho celebra
tion of tho first anniversary of tho
Provisional Government, which is
sustained by the best aud most
trustworthy, not only mou, but wo
men, of tho country. The Provi
sional Government has been on trial
for one year, and is not only mntori
alh strong but also financially.
This government will stand until lit
absorption into the great American
I. nion. (b'iro crackers on tho square
drowned thu speaker swords.) hen
the noise had subsided, however,
tho chairman introduced ,1. It.
Mr. Castle felt that there was eiy
little to say, but that little should
bo said so that it will reach our
children's children. What is to be
said can bo brielly said. Ono year
ago to-day our 'platform contained
two clauses, tho abolition of the
monarchy and absoprtiou into tho
American I nion. On tho '2Mi of
last month the .last. nail was driven
into the colli n of the monarch, lie
foro 1 807, with the strength of our
right arms and with steadfast pur
pose, tho mother will lake Hawaii
into nor own. It lias been said every
road loads to Jloino. This U appli
cable to Hawaii, and it may bo said,
nil roads lead to Washington. Ho
wished there was uo other govern
ment than tho I'rovixioual Govern
ment until the consummation of
their project,! :iiiiunlion. Ho want
ed no republic but tho Groat
Knpublic. On the question of an
annexation ho did not think any
man of right mind wished for any
thing but annexation. It was a very
simple question. Tho talk, "You're
not out of tho wood," aud "Don't
count .vonr chickens before thoy are
hatched," which has been hoard in
tlio pnt few days emanates from
ocoplo who may as well bo royalists.
They are enemies. Were it not for
the justice of our causo the day
would not be observed. It showed
cowardice. Muoty-uino years ago
the English took these islands, and
were it not for the Napoleonic trou
bles wo would not bo staudiug hore
to-day as an iudopondeut country.
ICaniohaiiioha HI. was bom on
March 17, and he advocated annexa
tion to tho United States. Tho ouly
delay with regard to annexation will
bo by tho party which uphold slave
ry. Tho long liuo of illuniiuatiou
out-counts anything tho spoaker had
over seen. He ended with remark
ing' about someone colobrating his
wedding day that night.
After a selection by tho P. G. aud
Portugucso bands A. S. Hartwoll was
introduced to spook on tho legal
side of tho question. The spoaker
began with: My talk is drv, you
know, but is a short one. The do-
volopmeut oi national industry is
peculiar to no climate or country;
wherever you fiud the community
civil liberty is sure to come. Tho
days of divine right of kings and
qucons is gone forever. Tho gov
ernment of the Hawaiian Islands on
Jan. 17, 1H9.1, was tho constitutional
monarchy established in tlio rovolu
stablo government. This isle out of
the Pacific, inhabited by all nation
nlitiert, has peon lit to resist abaolu
t'lin and creato a purer form of gov
e unieiit. Aecoiding to Prof. Alex
a 'dcr' history we havo not had a
e 'id government for tho past fow
v ais. Wo havo not had a stablo
J, eminent, respected by foreign
(Civilized nations, within tlio past
twenty years. Wo will not haven
stable government until wo are an
uexi d to our great neighbor. Our
commerce would greatly en banco,
with our beautiful harbor aud Pearl
Lochs, if we ouly had annexation.
Wo have been fortunate in getting
men iu public oQices who havo the
respect of the community.
H. Waterhouse spoko fu Hawaiian
as follows: Follow citizens, This
evening the bright light has broken
out in the sky, and everything is
clear to us. Y'ou have seen to-day
that men with bare foot aud without
coats have gouo into that palace
ovor there (meaning the Executive
building). The only thiug we must
do is to go forward, go forward.
Attorney-General . u. hmitli
said he had been asked to speak in
favor of tho Government. lie was
proud of tho Hawaiian people and
their actions during tho pat twelvo
mouths. They do not quilo understand-tin
situation and havo been
misled, but Europeans in thoir
places would havo acted differently.
Tho sneaker closed his remarks bv
comparing Hawaii to a baby and tho
P. G. n n wet nurse, nassintr throned
trials and tribulations triumphantly,
adding that the Government would
be stronger still a year from that
A. G. M. Hobertsou, District
Magistrate, spoko about his boing
one of the boys, adding that he was
pleased to find iu tho present revo
lution the boys who told Knlakaua
in 1887 to como down off his high
horse, and in 18W to Wilcox to come
out of tho gasoline tank. Intelli
gent inquiry into annexation dis
closes tuo fact that tho Hawaiian
Islands will not loso independence,
but acmiiro ereator indonondonco.
Now that thoro is no more monarchy
nud uo nobility, I feel that all boys
when they grow to manuoou win do
good citizens. Tho voico of tho poo
pie own tho throno nud not the
(jueen. loyalists talked about res
toration, but it will never be. While
we are waiting for admission to tho
United Males, it uonoovo3 us to uo
patient and considorato. Finally
whon our hopes have boon roalizou,
nud crowned with success, wo can
Hawaiiaa Harflware Gc, L'ci
ear. "Tho sun has arison, etc."
W. G. Sulilh. cdlloi of tho Slor,
wa introduced as ono of tho boys.
Ho spoko about tho troublo on Jau.
17, 1893, and nbusod the Qucou. Ho
also spoko about Switzerland,
Franco and tho wild woods of Aus
tralia. Tho Government had lots
ot powerful enemies, mouleil men,
sonio of whom nro working openly
and some secretly for thoir over
throw. Tho meeting closed about nine
o'clock. A largo number of natives
who had gathered to witness the
illumination hung around after tho
Miss Margaret Irwin, ono of tho
assistant Labor Commissioners of
England, reports that in tho tailors'
workshop ot tho Co operative Socie
ty of Glasgow Hie women were late
ly taking work at loss wages than
men iu 'work usually carrlou by men.
Mr, David M. Jordan.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A Complete Our by UOOVB
This Is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and ono of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"FourUon years mo I had an attack of tta
crawl, aad havo tlnco hen troubled wltb mj
Liver and Kidneys
rradually growing wono. Threa years ago J
got down so low that I eM acarcalr wlh.
I looked more like a eorpso than a Urtag belag.
I bud no appetite and for dye weeks I w
aaaabalBrsel. Iwaa badlr amaeUtid
and had no more color than aMrtl mmm.
Hood's fiarisparllla was raporomended and I
thoaiht 1 would try It Before 1 had finished
thXst bottlo J noticed that I felt beUereuf.
fered lets, the ImaaaamaUaa ! sfca Mf
Slihidsiihsided. the color began to return to
ray face, and I fcesma ta tl hMgry, After
I fis4 uken tUreeottUjs I could (fat anyUM
without hurting me. m Why, I got so hungtf
I baya now
tiou of 1B87. Tho Kamohamoha
rulers regulated thoir constitutions
according to their wishes. Kalakaua
was under a constitution, aud the
hoad of tho Government, as you all
havo scou. violated hor obligations
as a constitutional mouarch on Jau.
1-1, whon sho tried to promulgate a
new constitution. Tho aot of citi
zens on the 1.1th, loth aud 16th was
a conservative and not a revolution
arv proceeding, for a legitimate ob
ject, for law and ordor, for political
union with tho L'nitod States. This
Ikw not been consummated, but we
havo gained other material points.
Tho common sonso of rosidonts in
the Hawaiian Islands is for a good
and '(able government, mid will
have nothing short ot that. Tho
end in viow is that this shall be a
government of laws and not of men,
nud that is my law talk.
Prof. Hosmer spolio about a ban
(ptot givou to Princo Bismarck short
ly before his retirement, whon a dis
tinguished statesman offered a toast
to tho three groat branches of tho
Anglo-Saxon rnco the Gorman
Kntiiorland, Great Britain and tho
Groat Hopublio of tho West, If wo
bccuro nuuoxntiou wo will havo a
out i hid to eat 6 times a day.
fully recovered, thanks to
I (Ml wall mud aas well. Attwho know
me marrel to seo mo so well." P. M. Joanne.
aeiutiUem! care headache and hllleuaeas.
110UUON. NKWMAN & CO.,
Agents (or Hawaiian Islands.
rrvili; ANNl'AI. MEKTINQ OK TJ1K
X Hawaii v.n Hum. Tklkpiionk Cuii-i-.vm
will he JioM nt tho Oillco of thi Com
pany on Murulinnt street at 1 o'clock BAT
'B1)AY AFTnitNOON. the 20th Instant.
.1. V. 1IKOWN,
Honolulu, Jim. IS, IHJI. Hit It
Abl'W 1AI MEETING OK THE
llimnl el Trust) us of tlio iJckcn'm
ilmi'iio will lo held nt the lluoiu of tho
UiuuiliiT of I'ommorcn on Kill DAY, the
loth mutant, (it a o'clock r. m. Adoption
of Ituk" and ItcgiiliUlon for tho llospl
r. a. sniAKKi.i:,
Honolulu, .l.in. In, Uul lUl-'.'t
ASNl'AIi MEETING OK THE
i .holdnrs Wootn.AA.s 1 iil'M Go..
MAI), Villi uo huh! Hi lh OlUi'oolJ. H.
WiilUroiiHATIUlDAY. Jim i, lh'tl, ul
VI o'clock noon.
. h, WAI.KEH,
.iioiinhiln, Jim. in, li'M IU3-31
Saturday, Jan. 1!, 189,,
By the ingenuity of man the.
bath room of to-day is made
quite as presentable as the
parlor. In the United States,
where materials arc close at
hand, even the medium priced
houses have the bath rooms
fitted with floors and wain
scoting of tile, as fitting ac
companiments to the enamel
baths.- But tile floors are not
absolutely necessary to the
comfort of the person who
uses the Standard Manufac
turing Co.'s enamel tubs
"the tub's the thing." We
have in stock, some very hand
some patterns of enamel tubs
and some quite plain. The
one we show you in the store
is a good one for comfort be
cause it is broad; broad enough
in fact for the 14 foot shark
that died rather than go to the
Midwinter Fair. This tub has
a nanusome rebel panel on
the side and an oak rim
around the top, the faucets
and all trimmings are nickel.
Taken as a whole it is a very
handsome and useful article
for a gentleman's home.
We've seen all sorts of ma
chines and contrivances for
sharpening cutlery but noth
ing to equal Frank Walcot's
emery file. A half minute
will sutttce to sharpen the dull
est of knives or scissors with
out the slightest injury to the
cutlery. For carvers it sur
passes the ordinary steel be
cause it tequiroa less time and
puts a better edge on the
knife. The cook will find it
indispensiblc for use in the
kitchen in keeping his bread
Knile always rcauy lor use.
These sharpeners have been
introduced by Mr. Walcot, the
inventory in every portion of
the. world where knives are
used. In South Africa they
sell for four shillings each, in
the Colonics two and six pence,
in the United States a dollar,
and here in Honolulu they arc
worth two dollars each but we
let you havo them for fifty
cents. Goods do not always
brim; thirir value in this coun
try. One. of the beauties of
this sharpener is its long life;
seven or eight years of con
stant use will not wear it out,
and for that reason alone it is
worth its weight in coin of the
realm to men on plantations
who arc constantly buying files
to use in sharpening noes and
cane knives. For an all 'round
sharpener it has no equal.
The people who are using
the Colorado brand of lubri
cating oils express themselves
as being very well satisfied
with the quality. Oi' course
ynij ra act a cheaper oil just
as you can get a cheap quality
of anything else, but who wants
to use an inferior quality of
oils on good machinery: A
superintending engineer here
tells that he has discarded lard
oil from the engines under his
supervision and substituted
our Colorado engine oil; this
must be a matter of consider
able saving with lard oil at
$1.25 per gallon. We men
tion oils at this time because
it is the season when they are
being used on plantations.
Our success with the plows
has been on a par with our
oils. No one has ever seen a
breaking plow to equal the
Hendry. Nor has there ever
been invented a furrow plow
with as many points of excel
lence as the Hendry Double
Furrow plow embraces. These
plows are a necessity on plan
tations. Our stock includes
about everything to be used
where the ground is tilled
and the cane ground or the
juice boiled. In belting we
have the most superior grades
of genuine oak tanned and of
all sizes. We nave also tne
genuine Helvetia for centri
fugals. By' constant additions to it
we continue to keep our stock
of goods for the household the
largest in Honolulu, and by
the devotion of care and atten
tion to the selection of the arti
cles ior your use we are en
abled to offer them to you at
much lower prices than you
have been accustomed to.
IS THE BEST
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Cornor Iort Se IZotul Streotu.
ioll J Inside oi twenty
jnd elastic, notabrlt-
Forms a durable
Ketalm In gloss longer than any other
Itexl'ta the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Klows freely from tha brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, sultalili- for floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigment ground In
oil in paste form.
Brines out the real ehndps of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the tnoit delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improve the
working of the ramMi.
Does not darken whin
lend or any deli-
TO INFORM MY
I WILL HOLD
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third lesi pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to llnwd oil and It will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, Is the be.l paint oil ever man
nfncttired. Direction for Use.
Dec Lt'coL in every reapent in tlio
oiimc manner as you would linseed
oil, wilh tin' single exception that you
limy add fully onc-qunrlor nioro Lu
coi. to tho eanio quantity ot pigment
than you would of linjecd.
In lining nii'tiillic, Venetian red, tho
orhrex, und other dry pigments, it is
advlsahle to mix up tho paint at least
one day hcfoie It in to (10 used, then
mid it third uioie I.i'rm, nnd tho paint
will he found to i-mrr well and have
it t(Oid loh!i.
NliVKU I'SK JAI'ANB.
1 V hero hitid uuiimeg audi as floors,
steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, neer use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VAlt
N IBM i:8
und lUPixt.H their working nnd im
proved their uppennuiec hut tiiky
HIIOI'I.K OK I'SKll SAME HAY TIIKY AUK
mixi:i, otherwise the cum of the var
nish uuiy ho proi'ipit.ited or the mix
The addition of from In & of I,t
coi, to viirnUliLM dne;i not reduce their
lustre nor leturd their hardening nnd
drying nud it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
BIG INDUCEMENTS ,
Will ho offered to the Public and it will pity you to trade ut
the "TEMl'LM OF FASHION."
... I AM OIWKIIIXCJ N'OW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Afinoitnicnt of Colors ut 20 Centa Bach.
Just Received by lust "Australia" a Largo Stock of
To be Hold for onk avekic only at 10c., 12Ac, Me. and ltijo.
per yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
Hawaiim Hardware Co., L'd
One Store above King Street.
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains! fiargilnsl! Bargains ! 1 1
HXUF. OS h'lllIM
AND Till: F0M.0W12W
Goods bcino: sold at
enormously Reduced Prices,
nt less than half the value.
i3f Tho undersigned lo
cated at Nuuanu street, is
offering the following Goods
in order to reduce his large
KS Come and see for
yourselves and you will he
Men's denim Pant only -too. a pair.
Men's Fine Illaclc Worsted Biitti only $11
Men's nine Flannel Coats, $2.00.
Men's niue Flannel Butts, $7 complete
Men's Straw Hats, 25o. eaeh,
Ulue Denim, heavy at 15o. a yard.
Fine White Ulankots, only Jl.W a pair.
Ladles Itordercd Handkerchiefs atfic. eui h.
Fine Silk Handkerchiefs, two for 25c.
Extra Quality Bilk Handkerchiefs, S.
Bilk Handkerchiefs, with Hawaiian Flag
Men's Kxtra Bite White Bilk Huudker-
chiefs, at 60c. each
Tarklih Towoli, only 15c. each.
mown Cotton, 12 yards for C0c.
Linen Collar, 10c. each, 3 for '.'5c.
Men's .Strong WorUux fihoos only fl tt) 11
AND OTIIEIt GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally Reduced Prices.
YID3D OHAIST So OO.,
tfxj) N mm mi Btrout. iw
1 ( your lubicrlptlon has txptrcd now
t$ a motl tlmt to Ttntw it.
In 10-yurd Ifiigtlis, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cenla.
Corner Fort an Hotel Sti, .... Honolulu, H. I.
OK TI1K I'KI.KIlll.M'l.lt
Constancia & El Gometa Brands
. . . JUST TO HANI UN' "CITY OI" 1'KKINO" . .
fcS6 These Cigars arc direct from tho factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
arc so frequently offered as the "Best .Manilas." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Pif33 I'ort Street, - Hoxiolvilu, H. I.
MumAL TcLtrnoNE 808-
-Post Office Box 137
O Y &. OO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
I'OU THE BALK OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sum" Wine Cellar, Xupa City.
Fredericksburg Browing Co.'s Export Lager Boor,
San Jose, Cal., (I. S, A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Amcrha't Finett I'ruiluctlon, Hlh mitt Mtllni.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
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Scott & Oilburt's "Sassafras" Sour."
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