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:)AHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
rKOM AM) AKTKIt JUNK I. 1KB.
t'o Kwa Mit.u
Tt esimy, J mm '2.
Vk'H I'ri'.sidont Wiltlur enllod tin'
Convention to order nt '.1:3(1. After
rout i no Ijutititm t ho Con volition
wuut iuto vommittcu of tin whole,
Conn. Wntorbonsn hi tint chair.
1 While at IVokskill, N. Y., Mr. J.
I A. Scrivon, a prominent mauufac
turttr of Now York City, purchaiil
j n bottle of Cliamborlaiu's Coiitfli
Honiedy. Such good results were
nhlaitifd from its use that he sent
killed without consideration. It wa. ' back to the driiRBist from whom ho
the coming question. Now York, had obtained it for two more bottles
the largest State in tho Union, was of the same remedy. When you
now havluir a constitutional conveu- i have a cough or cold give this pre
, tion, and this was one of tho chief ' paration a trial and like Air. Soriven
While he would hardly be in favor
of complicating tho franchise ques
tion any more hero now with the
Chi n use, tho Japanese and the Por
tuguese claims in that rospoct yet
he would not like to see tho question
lrt.'ifc IVarl City
Arrive Kwa Mill.
. -QuALiriiATiiiNs of YoT- ....nations before it. nnd there was a vou will want it when again in need
ers roii Hei'Iieicntativu. , likelihood that tho franchise to wo- ' of such a medicine. It is a remedy on
In order to be eligible to vote for mon would carry. of groat worth .and merit. A and
Representatives, a person shall: , Del. Kahaulelio believed in shut- 50 ceut bottles for mIo by all dealers,
i i i . - ....I.. ..:!.. f 1 1... i I. I inr tin. ilfwir iintv niiil liiAVinir II. for lSensoii. Smith Si Co.. Agents lor the
I. III. ft III. III. I'l l.MI 111 llll? Ill'llllll- .". .. .v. uw .. ....i .w....n -- . , --. -- , .,
. Hawaiian Islands.
By Jos. V. Morgan.
On SATrKDAV, .Juik 111.
AT IS O'CLOCK SOUS.
I will ell at 1'ulillc A not Ion. at tin- jnrd uf
Sir. J. I. JJoelt. yueeii street,
HORSES and MARES !
Headquarters for White Goods
JST. S. SACHS'
I.euve Kwa Mill
1hvc Penrl City
6:21 lii:43 3:43
.0:55 11:15 4:15
7:30 11:55 4:55
ftlu gniUi giHrtin.
TUESDAY, JUNK 12, 18SM.
St'NtMY, June II).
Stiur IVIf from Mnkuwell
Momiy, Juno tl.
Am bk Cfilon, Calhoun, is days from Sun
Am i.tir Atolia, Daliel, II day from Sail
TfMiut, June li.
htnir Walitlenle from Ilaiiiiikua
'l'liprnr. June I J.
Aui liklne l'luulur. Dun, (or l.y.vill Island
Hour Kualii lor Wnlniiae, Mukiilt'lii mid
Knliuku nt II) a m
Btiur Klniiu for Mnul and llnwull at '.' in
HltnrClaudluu for orts on Maul at p m
atiur Jus MuU'O for llatiaiuaulu at I in
Mini Mokolll for Molokal and Uituii
Stinr Iwnlunl for .Mukutu'll at 5 . in
btmr J A Cummin for Kooluii
Stinr Mlkalmla for Kauai
Oargoua from Island Porta.
Stmr Pel'1 -UH!" Iiik URitr.
From San Franclvo ir lik IVylon, Jiiui'
II MIkk Klllott.
From Ban FrancNeo ter m'Iit Aloln.
Julio 11 Mutter Ofb-irn.
future Legislatures to roopou. Wo
man sulTrago would add to the num
bers of ignorant voters in this cotiu
try. Del. Kalua did not like to hear
Hawaiian womeu's intelligence slur
red, especially whilo ladies wore pros-,
out, aud ho withdrew his motion. '
The resolution was laid on the table
as moved. i
AiiTii't.r. 75. Method or Votixu ron
Each voter for Senators may cast
one vote only for each Senator to bo
elected from tho senatorial District ,
in which he is entitled to voto.
The required number ot candi
dates receiving the highest number !
of votes in the respective senatorial '
Districts shall be tho Senators for .
AltTlfLK 70. QlALiriCATlONS or Vot-
LKS ron SCNATOIiS. ,
In order to be eligible to vote for ,
.Senators, a person must possess all
(he qualifications and bo subject to
all the conditions required by this ',
Constitution, of voters for Kepresen-1
tatives. and. in addition thereto, he
shall own and be possessed in his
own right, of property in the Repub
lic of I he value of not less than tiiree
thousand dollars over aud above all
encumbrances; or shall have actually
received a money income of not less
thin nine hundred dollars during
the year next preceding the first day i
of April next preceding the date of
each registration; for the proof of
which he may Iks required to pro
duce original accounts of the receipt
of such income.
Del, Vivas moved to make the
property one thousand dollars and
the income six hundred dollars.
Del. Kahaulelio moved 1000 prop
erty ami () income. 1 he draft
would disfranchise inot llawaiiaus.
Del. Kalua moved 52000 property
and fi'iUO income.
11. il tt'ilil tt'tu tn.it-i.il ttinl lli.i Aril.
i j " '" ." - ....-
U'.V1'' . i i . . cle be referreil to the Committee on
1 he amend nt lost ami the see-1 Mature. Il was one of the most
llOtl earned. , j,,,rtniil ,tnitstimm li.if.im tliiiin.
... Mam attained the age "f ! aill , for t.(j t i,.cl.U ini
twenty one years: mediately what llgure to vote for.
i Conn. Hrou u moved to make it t:. rmVu could not see whv
twenty ears, the ae at which ! d,,, matter should be referred. He
. man came to majority in this conn- , XV(lH fl)r mMKK ,h Article as in the
I trv. , i...e. li.:... i.. ... .....:.. .:.... ..r
I he Scottish lhjstle Club wl I 1'res. Dole thought the raising of , W; mil n Voir lulh.- country had
uieot to-night at ,M. A full at- ! the age was in the direction of KIu- I nnvtliiiiK to do with the choice of
tendance is requested. i ing intelligence in the voting. 1 he ni(-.lniH1 ,)f u,,, House of Nobles.
Tl.., l li. I.nn.1 will i.l.v . iiiiijorily nKi.lintl mitliuiK to tin with TtH Article was an incentive to
lie: aud if a citizen naturalized
1 prior to January 17lh, ISM, possess-
ed at such lime of tho privilege of
, voting for representatives; or,
Havo received letters ot deniza
tion entitling him to the privileges
of Hawniiau citizenship; or,
Have received from tho Minister
of the Interior the Certificate of
Service herein provided for.
Mill. Hatch moved to insert after
"Republic," the words, "and if natur
alized prior to January, 17, 181W, be
a native of a country having, or hav
ing had, treaty relations with Ha
Coun. Euimeluth moved to strike
out the word "male."
Coun. Eua moved to refer tho
passage relating to certificates of
service to the committee that had
the subject in hand.
Hot It motions woro lost.
I' res. Dole said tho question rats
ed by Coun. Emmeluth's motion was
likely to come up some day, and lie
would move to insert tlie following
clause: "The Legislature may enact
laws extending the franchise to wo
men.'' He withheld the amendment
for a more suitable place.
The section passed.
Del. Carter moved to make the
time "three months."
Miu. Smith believed one mouth
enough to identify a man.
1'res. Dole supposed that Mr.
Carter's amendment win to preveul
Conn, lirown believed thai the
law governing elections would pro
vide against repeating.
Conn. Emmeliith said that on this
island a man might register in the
two senatorial diM riots, lie thought
there was too long a term between
registration and the mooting of the
1'res Dole saw no object ion to a
long term. The object of the law
was to got nu intelligent election.
It could not be helped if a few lost
their votes from change of resi-
- " lUMJ-tt
FKK I1AUK ";. D. IIKYANT.
not be fooled thin
the owners and
trainers of fine stock
should have the very host
quality of feed for their
horses. The only place
for such is the
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
rr TF.I.KFIIONKS Vil -m
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Ofkic'k & Wakkiiousk:
Corner Queen and Nuuanti
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Height, IB.2. Weight, 1,300.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS in I'lAln, S'rl.l, Check sn.l I'lslds.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. OUADKH AND I'lttfKS.
DIMITIKS In Htrl-tt, Cliti'K I'lnl.l. nml Hair I.Imm.
INDIA LINONS, HATISTE AND COTTON CHAPES
COTTON MULLS IN WUITE. CKEAM AND KCKU.
IM.MKN.HK VAIllKTY OF
or ALL sttlks;
AN KNDI.KHH VAKIKTY OF -
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
: - LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
HOUShHOLl) " KMllltOIDF.KY KDOINOri in SwIm. Nnltfonk ami Hmul.ur. li.
All W'Mtli ullli lincrtltip to Mntoli.
S6W1I1Q llldChlllBS, All-oTor Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Domi Plonncea.
LOCAL AND OENEHAL NEWS.
The Hawaii and Kamehauieha
play ball Saturday.
The Dutch patrolmen made them
selves a bit too numerous yesterday
ut Kapiolaui Park.
BAND SEWING MACHINES,
All nitli tin l.ntt-M lliiirovfinrlitK
- LSO i IIANIi -
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars,
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
.ivliilly I'ltflnl for llil Coiltilr
Inn tin- urvliuno(nlnllloiihoiilil not
(nil lo fxniiiliiM thio Ix-iiiiiKiiI uiilmnl. For
Imllvliliiiilltv In' lim no jwer In tlici' ll
iiihIk. UN -r.f, color, coiiloritintluii, ill
iollluii. Iiiik liii'i'illn uiiil niiivrh trotting
,iliilllli' iiliii'i- I1I111 In the lorrinu-l rniiL'.
Thomas Spiare this uvoninir, and
f to-morrow evening at Makee Island.
Alfred Kokina was thrown from a
horse yesterday at the park and
broke Lis left arm. He is at tho
Five arrests were made at the
park yesterday for liquor selling.
They will bo heard iu the District
Court to-morrow morning.
Tho members of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club are to be complimented
on the very Biieeessful race mooting
at Kapiolaui .Park yesterdny.
Chns. Ii. Wilson, Cecil Hrown,
Judge Whiting and others spent the
latter part ol last weeu at Ivoolau
it, as the age for voter for Senator
was put at '-'."1.
Coun. Young bolieviug that a man
should haven voteat hin legal major
ity, when he win begun to be taxed
at IS years.
Pres. Dole did not see that taxa
tion had anything to do with it.
Coun. Young cited the principle
of 110 taxation without representa
tion. Pres. Dole said a child of 10 had
to pay taxes if he hail property.
I. Have taken and subscribed the
oath set forth in Article KKI of this
f. Prior to each regular election,
during the time proxciihcd by law
(or registration, nave causeil 111
every man iu tliocouutiy to improve
his condition so as to lie ipialilied to
vote. It would make the Senate a
conservative body as it ought to Ik.
Coun. Eua agreed with the pre
vious speaker excepting that he
would have tho qualifications reduc
ed to what they were for voters for
Miu. Damon was iu favor of Del.
Kabul's motion. He would not ob
ject to making the income ?.r00.
Those who earned as high as j'.'itl a
mouth consecutively were an intelli
gent and steady class the proper
material out of which to construct
this republic. They were the depo
sitors iu the savings bank, the sup
porters of useful institutions. Many
I'ai'nlilii 11L ttmt i if irrii.
turn iiriviivia1' unmetl. Inlorniniini
IllMu-.l, tll'I'U to
A. It. KOWAT. 1). V. H.,
ViMPrhmry liitlriimry.'JO.'i Kiiifl , llutin
All kin. It
In niiy iimntll)
Iwi: to a ton
name lobe entered on the register Uo earned 'two or three thousand
loo. They returned to town on I " w!" y ,ur "ll,'i'ii'i. mr m , ft M,ar u.H,umr tlmy oavod a little f
Huudav. tlislrict: ' I'lnniioteiifii loft llio eounlrv. Tim
A nnrlv nf vniinir nion iveiit eit , " n ' . . . i small wage earners weie the bone
A party oi uuiig iiieii went out it I'nor to such remM ration have ...i ..!....?.. ..t n ... -...i i...
.fishing at Nu and Hanau.ua on ,mid. on t.r before the first .lav of " .m'"" .. ", !".. '.'""Vi. ' ,
botunloy and .Sunday, returning .nrv ,,.. ,m.,.u..,ll,i,f tl,., .l,.i nf ;".,"., "." ?.. ' ' 7 ' In
yesterday morning iu time for the , r..,!li,r;.,ioll. n I ., ,! uv hi,,, to '" V.l ". " . '" ""ft - . ,r"
races. They say t'n de ghtfu fish- , .1.7. ir0v,.riiiii..iii- .' . "",",",,,,, "" "' "' " "
hiiirnnt ihom J .M "' , estate or a personal properly miali- ..,,,.
ring out there. Couo. Ena moved to insert "per- l.ftloii,Iili..r real estate of kM) Will
Xt J. Houuev alias Moemoe. and Jim : ' ".'""" ..U,",!S "Ul ,U,"M, l" personalty of tfWOO. This would
,J HMJ nt.lllM.II,
roio mi' liMk' to nny imntlty
- FOll riAl.K - -
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
KIiik Hlni't, hi. Ik). Cntlr ,v C.xikr
Bitwten aUkea and Richards Streets.
'IMIK t'NDKIthlONKl) AltK I'ltK
L imrcd to nmku all kinds of Iron,
line,, llrouto, Zlnr, Tin ami U-iul Cast
liiK". Alio (IfiiiTuI Iteimlr Mmii for
Steam KllKhlfK. Illrr Mills. Com MIIIk
Water Wheels, Wlml Mills, etc. Slnclilne.
for tlit I'lcnnlni; of (.'oIRe, Cnstor tills
llraiis, Itnmlv, Ktsl, I'liieapjile U-itvo nml
other Filiront i'liints ami 'nvr Mloek
Alo Mnohlnes for KitnietliiK Hinrfh from
me jiiiiiioo, Arrow uixii etu.
tW All (inters irotiiitl) ntteiin to
WHITE, RITHAN & CO.
Tbe Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. a.nd Oott'ee
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
A I Jill TIIK
wDcleo, the two who are supposed to
" Imi'ii nntnrml lint limiiii, iiitnr SinilliV
bridge on Saturday night
'view to burglary will be trice
the District Court oil Saturday.
. lie able uuilort.'indiugly to
an.inl r.tt..l r.ti.l iitr,,.. I I,.. I.... .111. ..m
h ii,..vi;,.,, in,,.,,,,,,,..
.............. .,..,h..,.hl. .
i In order to comii v with tins n-
niih murning, lor assaulting ur
mother with n knife ou June 5. The
mother displayed a cut on the left
miircmout he shall be able to write
...! 1 ...111. ....I! ll
Younir Sinir was sentenced to ' "' , ; "" ' ", :."'. " W. ' "' ""
hree uiouths imprisonment at hard ,.n)vl,,1H, 1()WV(,r, (lial , ,.
minir uj wirinri .unuinir.ui' i rut ;- ,,!., I... ,l.,.n i 1.1
a a - r iiiiiiii-iiji'iii kaiiit. aiiiniiikii no (linn nut
i ilemtnudiiittly to hpeak, read and
write the English or Hawaiian Ian
' guage shall not apply lo thoe per
sons who registered lo vole for dele
gate to I lie (.'oiinlitutioual Couten
, tion at the eleeiion held ou Mav 'id,
j Mill. Ili'iteh moved to substitute
for the winds after ''persons who"
the words, "shall obtain a certificate
of service as provided for in Article
Carried ami the sect ion so passed.
1'res. Dole now moved his woman
"iitfrage amendment, accepting from
Del. Carter the addition, 'Subject to
The illustrated lecture ou the
World's Fair at Kawaiahao Church
on Saturday evening, by 11. 11. Kice.
was not largely attended, but was
nevertheless enjoyed by tho.se pre
sent. The reverend gentleman aud
purly leave by the steamer MILa
iiala this evening for Kauai.
About 1 o'clock Sundav moruiut;
Captain Kleiuine aud Lieutenant
Cordes of the mounted patrol wokt
in Alt Hiton. n Chinese store-keener I all the ipialillcntlous of electors pro-
near the corner of King and Nuuanu ' vided herein ' He said his mind
Htreots. When the Chinaman inado I was not fully made up ou thesub
hib appearance, Captain Kleinmo I ject, and he did not favor woman
asked for tweutv-fivo cents' worth of sullruge nu yet in this country, there
cigarettes. The cigarettes were haying been no ejperieuc here to
forthcoming when Cordes jumps iu, I guide uh. ,,.,,..
arrests the Chinamau for violating! Del. Kalua muted the mdelinite
the Sunday law, and had him locked postponement of the amendment.
up. This morning the case was uol If the time ever came when it would
nrnuM A flop ivjiliiiiL' t ho man nut i bo t'eueiallv believed that women
uf his bed, to oblige tlieiu, lie is
arrested for breaking tho law. Such
conduct ou tho part of the police i
outrageous, and is only matched by
their display of oflicial pompesits
at the park.
I have two little grand children
who are teething this hot summer j
weather aud are troubled with bowel i
complaiut. 1 give them Chamber ,
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhu-a
Hemody ami it ads like a charm. I i
earnestly recommend it for children
with bowel troubles. I was inyM-lf I
taken with a severe attack of hloud. I
llux, with cramps and pains in in
stomach, one third of a bottle uf
tills remedy cured me. Within
-lour Iioiiis l was out 01 lieu
should hate a ut", the coutitiitiou
could be amended to that end.
Coun. Teuiioy seconded the 1110
tion. While there were some women
to whom he would gladly extend
the HtitTrage, there were also a great
many other women who would be
uiide.siraitle voters. He would like
to see politics diminished in thin
country, but if tin women went
given ill" right to tote ihere would
be no end of polities ( llllgllter )
Del. lialdtviu muted to lav tint
mtnion on the table to await the m
ceipt of a petition expected from
the woman suirragist.
Del. loepa del not lieliete ill
boriowiug (rouble from the women's
lietitiun Nip the lliutellieut It. t lit
Del Kauhaiie thought good might
gitiug the franchise i
be favorable to those who nail a
stake iu the country iu the form of
homes for themselves, while it would
give less advantage to the mere pos
session of uinuev. He would have
the income qualification made SlKH),
believing that a man earning this
amount was likely to be as brainy as
one earning S'.MKl.
Del. Abies ipioted .Section '1 of
Article I: "The government is con
ducted for the common good and not
for the profit, hnuoror private inter
est of any one man, family or class of
iiiuu." Ho would try to have the
rest of the Constitution made con
sistent with this provision. It wus
his belief that $H00 income was a
high enough restriction on the Sen
ate franchise, aud Jr'JiXXI a reasonable
figure for the property qualification.
Del. Wohortson favored holding
power for the people who now held
it, aud giving the royalists no chance
lo come in ami upset what had been
elTected for good government.
Del. Kmmoliith moved to amend
the property clause to read, "of real
property in the Uopuhlic of the
value ot not less than SIlsX) or of
personal property of the value of
not less than SMHHI."
Del. losepa was opposed to mak
ing I lie franchise loo easy, for fear of
losing the results of the revolution.
Min. Smith argued in behalf of
maintaining the provisions for ob
taining a Senate of a high and a con
At noon recess was taken till I :V.
While in Topeka last March, li. T.
Holier, a prominent newspaper man
of l.a Cygue. Kan., was taken with
ft. leiiiMln, ami Hawed or Belli.
in it lui) to any iimntity, slsn
rH& BLACK SAND
A Business Proposition
llsheil In Honolulu for Is yeum u it
Builder and Contractor,
Vlhlit' to coniMtt with thu hunt limes
uiul to k'ivn lo tho iiiililiu tin" lieuellt hy
furnishing them with i-oml work it t low
prices fur hKit i 'ash, i on euiinot ullbnl to
let your iroHTty unto n it it for tlm wttutuf
repairs. Mr. Lincoln will t;iiurnune sittis
fui'tloii. 1'atronlie lint KuuiiihIiih.
GEO. W. LINCOLN,
ltH-tf M-J KIiik street
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
AT ALL HOURS
THK FINEST HHANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
Frenolti Kid. Siioe a.t $2.35
I have iiiHMi instnick'd by Mit. .1. M. dk Sa k Sii.va,
propnotorof tht? Hawaiian Jai'anksk Uaaaic, Iloti'Utrei't,
to Ml his Mt.K'k of JAl'ANHSK CJOODS. Also, h liig a
rtoitmont of JAPAXKSK PAPIiU NAIMvlNS will hu sold
l.KKS THAN COST.
111 NLL'ANU STUliliT
ALWATK ON HAS I)
H. J. NOLTE. Prop.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Seaside $$& Resort
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
MvW tiTDi K OF
iktl.ti !7. l.iJ
If iniidiir itrtlif iii7i tihl-ftlfhiuitrii thiiitft
! Ititlj 'truer.!, imrl, )mir niV, rlriir tru
imtrr, ymf inl iimf hniieiihi tuu'tU humj
mit brnrr hit ryrt ritri) timing mr, the 'net
lie nwt the iliititiit hillt uf Hiii'mnir, I rerun,
xwiiil him eimluillv In the ".slim Sunei.'
IWHNIfr I.UI'IS SIWKXSn.X
CuslimiM'os and Suryos Just Uccuivud !
UUITS FTtOM tB14 UP
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods. Lawns. Etc.. Etc . Eto
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
l-'l LL LINK W
T. A. SIMPSON,
Cor. Allen & Fori Sts.,
i ii. i if
Hno.u,a. METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
KKMI-ANM'AI. MKKI'ISii OK TIIK
J I loan I uf TrilFters nf llie (jl kh.s'h
IIii-IITM will lie lielil lit tlie ItiHiin nf tile
t'liitiiiher of I'tiiiuiiKr e. on THl'ltHliAY
NKXT the Mill init. nt lUi-Mluf luck M
Clti'tuiii nf OlIU'erK nml uf I'liyii'litn nml
Huruetiii IVr tinier
I A. M IIAKIKIt
Ilmiiiliilil June II e'H UM '.'t
81 KING ST
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
H.O.S.M HII.K 1'll.l.im'h In tun tires tl 'm Hlnl U.
I'llll.liltr.N'H lilll'lll.l. W.WSI'H in tun mi-IkIUs l.ik'lit itixl llenvt
Kgi'll'OlHi: WAIVIS f ,r Litlleit
.IKANK'tS Mil, I.Kit WAIrtft) fur l.u,lle.
M.MKIt IIKI.I..K DITK for l.itli
Drttssus jiiui tlio tiling for Siiiniiitr Wear, 7 vanU (nr f I HI
In fin-t vm. nru HlinniiiL' tln LnruiHt Stuoli nf N U..,hIh tn l
IL' llio MirptHt .StiH'lt
id in this Mnrknt
B. F. EHLERS &c GO.
fiOB b 511 F'OR.T S3TR.raTOT
G I Wtllr
rnwl lloillL' IIIV llOIIKII tMirll. .Mils V
L. Ulnaiivn, llon-niiin, llli'Kinmi to., coino innn
Tt'iin. For hiiui by all ilialtra. IJimi woiiimi
aou, .Smith X Co.. Ak"1 for tin-I L'oiin iIiIit IiujhhI tliiiiuiiiiiiii
UttWftiimi UlmiiU I would nut tin iniluuiuiul) ,olii)nud.
I'lmli'M inorliii' viTy Htviri'l Tln
iiilit o It'll at thit linli'l ulinrit litt
win stniiiiiiK liiiiMni'il tn limit a
hiittli'df llinililiiirlinn's I'ulif, Clin
loraainl l)inrrlii-;i Hfiinxb 'mil K'1'
linn tlirt'o dii'i'.s uliii'li rt'lim'fil him
and li tliink nnwd Ids lifn livnrt
family lniilil Ici-p tins rnniudy in
tln'it linini' fit all tinnm. Nu nun fan
toll Innv i-tinii it lino '' ni'i'dod. It
fii.u lint a trill' and may It' tln
nii'.nir uf navim; niiii'li suirmiiiK and
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fur huh) 'by all' ii).ii. , limon.
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NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's' Cooked Rolled Oats,
'Red Label' Sugar Corn.
'Red Label' Oysters,
1 Our Taste ' Canned Salmon,
' Crystal' Rice, t )
Above UfiUtli will alw.yi U (uuud eicellnnt. Ask your O'oter (ot tlitm
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