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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1902.
rubllshed Every Morning Tlxcept Moa-
day by the Robert Grieve Pab-
Hsbing. Company, Limited. i
C. R. BUCKLAND EDITOR,
Office Main 218.
Rooms..."!. ...... -Main 123.
Waabfaoton Bureau.... Post Building.
Eaiarcft at the Pru Office at nono
IhW, T., a- 8eoad-claw malL
ar Month, by Carrier 5
One Yw. by Mail ' -5
Six MtMUbs, toy Jll -w
Tltt, Mmuu, by MU or Carrier 1.50
E0NCLULT7. H. T., JAN. 15, 1902.
There w only on ce of Anink
eaacM on the police court docket yes-
Aayoae wbo watches tse P-.f
Hoe tmut recort mwt have noticed j j
wKh nCtofMllOB that Mbriety is'
greaUy on th mcre in HonohiHi.!
Jot w Try long go it wa quite ens
toowry for at my as twenty, or even
UDTiy, nl BOnHiCT lO O1' u al ';i
. M . . A -A J I. . lla.H.1 rtl'rtrt i
morntnir before Judge Wilcox, the
dally avemge being between twenty I
mmd Lklrtr chts. Now it is seMom
.r, I .k- u.x,.. ..nfnrtu.
ne. cn be fouad waiting to pay the
rMalMion line and ttBwally there are
!!!! ,L "Mr Tn who have '
oUpoed the bounds of tamper-; H P. Baldwin loft yesterday even -
- i. - tlf0 'XLVnIaUl3ndtheSPreCke
Jo4m Wilcox ha often noted, from pinnuuiou.
the bch. the improvement in the! A. J. Campbell was among the pas-!
, riety of Honolulu. He at-''rs for Hilo who left by the KI -
irtouto. it to the fact that there .re
..-. i l Uai,. In lu nftv
BIOTC llCOWWXl trol """J J
h., . drink beer -rtthout'
bml wmkUus; wherews they ueed to im
bHM b4 spirlu and aon be overcome
In the days when the beer saloon, by
iteelf. wa unknown. The Judge ha
also ioihs so far a to say that he
woold like to see more beer saloons,
M he believes they would be followed
by iUll nrusr indications of temper-
To certain extent Judge Wilcox
amy ht right. Wt we think that a
attars of the credit for the greater
Mbrioty avistlng In Honolulu is due
to the work of the tumporance organ
laftUoafi in the city. These bodies have
frt conducting a vigorous anti-liquor
cwtntmign and they gain more influ
ence among men by offering some
veaJiig auracuons u umUDv.n...
.. At . n..1 nmiiconl Ante
to keep them away from the saloons, j
whoreas in the oldon days the tern-
pei-ance work consisted in telling a
man ho was an outcast, without any
practical offort at reformation. What
ever the causo for the greater sobrl
tty of the people hore, the city of
Honolulu is to be congratulated.
IfcMton has boon holding pro-Chi-Mco
meetings. Are the Filipinos en
ttrely friendless now on the main
lund? lion Edgar Stanton Maclay. orst
wMle iiavnl historian, professes sat
ttfuctlon at his retirement into pub
ProflMoni Roosevelt refuses to rec
opthM mota claims made by
thM who state that thoy received
rUin promises from President Mc
Ktwtley. When Congress ascertains the act
mil cot of producing sugar here and
fat Cb it will be better prepared to
protreod with the consideration of re
ciprocity. Chicago Record-Herald.
Yes when it does.
AHhogh Hon. Dick Croker posses
Me a desire for a rustic English life,
he is kicking like a steer because
Tmmany Is no longor bossing the
New York dives.
Bandmaster Berger's welcome at
the Capitol grounds on Sunday after;
noon shows that the band was missed
and that the people of Honolulu ap
probate good music.
Uncle Hank Relates His Experiences
at Buffalo Exposition.
Anrond The Pan." by Thomas
Fleming, published by The Nut Shell
Publishing Company, New York, de
dicated to the spirit of Pan America
in a spirit of fun and constructed,
as Indicated In the "Foreword. on
the theory that It Is far better to
lasgh than to weep. Is a most enter
taining as well as Instructive volume,
neatly bound In green cloth. It Is
a book of 262 pages printed on good
paper and cleverly and attractively
illustrated by the author.
"Around the Pan with Uncle Hank.
His Trip Through the Pan-American
Exposition' is the full title of thej
work. "Uncle Hank" Is a Yankee
farmer from "way dowa East," and
bis experiences at "the Treat exposi
tion at Buffalo are amusingly told.
The marvellous facts of the recent
world's fair .are clothed la a. harao
walch Is created by the manner la
i which things are seen, by the gsni-j
ezSTt 0id gentleman from thej
coentry. The book is one that can j
be pat oa the shelf after aa enjoy-
able reading with the anticipation of ,
i again, and yet again.
5 captivating contents.
I "Uncle Hank meets people and
things from all parts of the world.
He visits the Hawaiian village and
is naturally attracted by the exag
The following brief extract will
giTe an idea of the book: "Uncle
! Hank's cariosity now directed hte
runl: nWard th HawaMan vil-.
lage, and as the crowd was 'surging
ob be allowed himself to drift in. .
ob he allowed himself to urirt in. .
What he saw there caa best be de-.
scnoea in own worus.
get ter hum I must tell Si Hawkins
f ... -j- ,i a
, th. ,j r,,,, j
u-g a corker!' and with hifl he voci-
c 3f;r umt, iiw-a ijwift tiauv;
ci. b:c Krktak. iiuk vwi- uauv.-:
feroasly yhistled the seductive music"
- accoinnanimeat. Thet staee
manager said it was ther same dance
that waz danced atore King Kalaka -
' war it Ill Ta "Vfc XToIl-aTiTfi
uufc ubw a.-7. .vu.ima rr v.
waia't present wh'-n it waz.
DPI'SOnn I MPVVS t
George Hons has returned to Vzl -
L. A. Thurston has-gone to Hawaii
!- takr(tin-a m l(tA
uhhj un U uusiticsa iiiisciuu.
J. G. Andrews left for a business
trip to Msui ports last evening. ,
P. D. Kollett, Sr.. is confined to his
hnmfl smrln frnn, n Bpvern rolil.
'... , ". i j j
C. K. Stillman is now included m
the clerical force of the District (
uawaeiui, lujiiui ui wnuara.
J. UilltlJCIUr, IIUIWCIUI Ol UICI19C&,
, ,.t.nJo.. f- fntt. nf thn nrin.l
"w WV . ' "V. . c
cipal points on Maui.
i Robert Rycroft departed yesterday ,
for his home on Hawaii after a pleas-
: ant visit In this city.
, Miss Kate Kelly, clerk in the office
of Secretary Cooper, left for Hilo by!
the Kinau yesterday. j
P. Peck left yesterday for mioj
1 Mr Plr ic n Troll known hanker and I
--..- . ,
! spent a few days in the city on biisi-j
John V. Hind, the well-known Ha-1
wall plantation manager, was among
the returning passengers in the Ki
nau for Hilo yesterday.
Manager C. Hedeman of the Hono
lulu Iron Works, left by the Claudlne
csteniay evening for a business trip
t to Maui.
Lieutenant Commander and Mrs.
, . . ,
fromls during their stay in Honolulu.
will sail today for the Coast on the !
H. E. Hendricks is expected to ar
rive from an extended trip to the
mainland before the end of the
month. Mr. Hendricks has. while
away, visited the more important
business centers including Chicago.
St. Louis, Boston and New York.
Reginald C. Gets $12,500,000
Starter in Life.
Chicago Record Herald.
Reginald C. Vanderbilt, the youngest . t0 name a boarrt of directors, leaving
ton of the late Cornelius Vanderbilt. the preSent incumbent out. The pres
has come into his inheritance of $7.-1 w of th b;ink be a direct0I
EAA ADA rp.J -rrwfn,i rn Kit? TTlrkvitl. i
first blrthdav. and under the terms of I and is eIected to thaL posiUon bj the evidently not taken Into considera
his father's will this sum was legally ! directors, the stockholders electing Uon by them, the writer being its
put iuto his possession as a birthday J the directors and this action was in- president also, and serving as Such
gift. The young man is now worth in tended to be taken without any'rea- without any. remunerative whatever,
his own right, with power to do a, he son or notification being given or com- If the majority of the stockholders,
sees fit. the vast sum of $12,500.000., plaint made of neglect of duty, non-'0r tQe correspondents were dissatis-
as he was one of the four beneficiaries ,
tnn AAA iaa ..... ....) ...-I-- .!
oi a tiu.wu.wu iru: iuuu which uiifr .. ni, n le CI1,m;ftpli
father left for the benefit of his chil -
dren. "Reggie, as he is called, came
down from Now Haven, where he is a
senior at Yale, in order to take
i session of his fortune.
I Should his older brother Alfred die
without heirs, ot which there is nojlng out repudiated it), and entirely
great likelihood at presont. Reginald j unknown to the stockholders resident
would fall heir to the headship of I here witht sa g exception of one
the vanaerbut nouse ana a rortune
He is S3id to be desirous of mar
rying Miss Kathleen Neilson..who is
a Roman Catholic. The' Vanderbilts
are Episcopalians and the match has
been objected to for this reason.
-v luu ' ' .'- - ""
., 'i t i,a- th,'lr on
choice, so that there are a good many!
prophecies that Reginald will have i
bis wav if Miss Neilson offers no ob
v - I
From the Indianapolis -News.
It was at the dinner table. The
had died when the wn.rrd
daughter put this question to her
younger sister of three years:
"Suppose mamma should die. and
papa should die. and Mary (the ser
vant) should die. and I should die.
Then what would you do?"
With a- little sigh, as though she
appreciated the seriousness of such
a situation, the three-year-old re-
'Well. I guess I'd haf to button
my dress my ownsdL'
BANK OF II
(Continued from Page One.)
1st, 1S01, to December 31st, 1S0L.
Since oar last meeting the board
of directors concluded to change the
nV, f ,l-,nrr f ., 5t,tIt,
the rM -- w5t, t ru H. frequently have to ship coin Queea street, Hocoluln. I will sell at
the old quarters becoming too small , drawing which L- not uc Auction, by order of Mr. H. G.
and cramped by reason of Increasing ' w mree onr drawing,, wnicli U, not 3,,; 5 jE the estate of
business and the need of more help. ' on,-v exP5 but against tae inter-, Tayior & q, bankrupts, the fol
and made arrangements for the pres-; e5ts of e Territory, as it reduces our lowing Ptl fi. be
, ... . -, . ... coin circulation. ' dise. the complete list of which caa be
eni qua wiui we jicimjre nuiw-.
a . S r- &i mw.w. ... Tft. ft
'g -0-r a- "r a term oi ien jears
t a yearly rental of $500 a month
Best Offices in Territory.
Best Offices in Territory.
Tae First Americsm savings
' Trust Companv of Hawaii, Limited.
j has its place of bnsines3 on Fort
, , , .
street, in a part of the premises
street, in a part of the premises
Ieasd lo us. "cing our rent
by 5100 a month.
. t,p rpmoral mm , nM n th
j nw Quarters has e'atailed aa ex-
, pense of over $7000 for fixture3t etc,1
qtiiQllt nflAilaH flrirf Tr-o hQra tnrinxr
and we have today
the finest banking offices in the Ter-
'ritory. These fixtures will be carried
I on ,h hook.: Man aSset and be Sad -
on the books as'an asset and be grad
! r "en off- The business since
kUV. u-isrz uo n. ud, a'i auu i
4 the last meeting of the stockholders
has greatly increased, and we feel
perfectly justified from that fact in
... - .. mnw wp . .onp .
' In makinir the exnendltnres caused br
M . Mn. ., .n taa. Clir 1hn,
the future business of the institution
will justify this action. J
The gross profits for the year have
un ,wi., ana ine npenus wo,-.
been $76,994.36, and the expenses $25,
1999 - 31; loss of currencv per "Rio de,
U- S- bonds. 2911-52- leaving a net,
, PJJ toJuf3P;ilbef ilS
,. , eon .
paid semi-annuallj. The sum of ?20,-
.000 has been carried to surplus ac-j
- " "" "-
P'' '" uv-twuuv. .ii. . J. ,
rM,ni- fV. -,-, I- I,no ,..nnni-oJ oi
'"""" "" .-. . u -
balance sheet, copies of -which are to
be distributed amongst you.
New 0fffce Prcs!dent.
c cs ot fIection . for "is
meeting who are to superintend the
election of directors are Messrs. H. F.
Lewis, Frank Hustace and Harrj" Ar-
The present board of directors con-t
sists of Messrs. M. P. Robinson, G. J. i
Waller. L. L. McCaudless, August
Dreier and Cecil Brown, who are all.
eligible for re-election, and ask for a t
re-election at your hands. In this con
nection the writer deems it proper,
and necessary in his own behalf to
make a statement as to what were'
and may be now the intention of tue
correspondents of this bank in San j
Francisco in relation to the office of-109 in New York, leaving a surplus ' Avenue, Honolulu, aroresaid, and com
presidenL ' at the present time in this account of p f,1??." . . , . , . '
Their intention accidentally became
known to the present incumbent and
had it not been that a mistake was
made by them as to the date of the
annual meeting in all probability this
intention would have been carried
through, and that without a majority
of the stockholders being aware or
cognizant of what was intended.
Proposed Change of Directors.
The following is what was intended
as learnt from outsiders, i? e., not the
i correspondents. It was the intention
attention to business or unfitness
,that tfa ' n-Qvevas intendeJ to be
; .... ,
made and "ertaken w.tnout consul-
pos-;""011 wun e siocKnoiaers 'some
' ot whom residing abroad knowing
j nothing of the move, and when find-
or two, and one of those being an as
' pirant for the presidency.
Bank's Interest Not Considered.
And it is submitted, that this pro
gramme was intended to be carried '
out, without taking into consideration
the best Interests of the band and its
stockholders. The present incumbent
hs been Informed that the reason
for the dissatisfaction of the corres-;
pondeats was. that all of his time
i. . .h. .
i was not given to me institution; De
s,s i, TOOv it ! t ,hf i i,,rJ
tlK.F f. TrtQT !fr ifi tt f.r I kli-.l
i .' . , . .. .
.not given the whole of my time to
uuvuo w u".-, ; vv. vuuv I U1C
the minor details of the office busi
ness of the institution, but I do say
that in S business to the bank ,
and devoting the best oTf my attention
and efforts to that end. whatever sal-! Notice is hereby given that I will
ary has been paid me has been faith-, not be responsible for any debts con
fully earned", and that in look-1 racted In the name of Urs. S. C
Ing out for the Interests of Bertelmana or Mrs. L H. Kahilina
has been and" is
which most ot my
the object for
time is spent.!
a iaci wmen is wen Known io
Uiose stocknoiaers wno reside in this;
Territory, and It Is submitted that
what has beea done and the work as , jaay, limited, is hereby called at the
carried oa shows conclusively that If office of the Treasurer. J. H. Fisher. 1
has beea successful!-carried through; fr SATURDAY, JANUARY "lath,)
and considering: the circumstances. 502, at 3 o'clock p. m. Said omUbs,
and drawbacks as to exchange and,13? tor Ppo3e of
other matters under which the First
. ,t..w ,, v.-
American Baak o Hawaii started, the
. success has been remarkable. The
parent institution had act nor has
this day any facilities for obtaiaingf
exchange; we have to depend upon ,
the courtesy of other banking Institn-
UU1U " " yvrausji uicuu ui iuj-
...- ... .- r i
j coin circulation.
. This bank succeeded to the commer-
cial business of the First American
-Bank of Hawaii. Ltd., on Octooer 1st.
1300. bringing forward a balance to
the credit of profit and loss account
, , ,K ,. , x. , ..,
' from the first American Bank of 522.-
M0.09. ror the quarter endmg Decern -
, r . u proas Were
the rate of 6 1-10 per cent-per annum.
but- as a matter oi fact- had !t not
been for the heavy expenses in
nopffnn wltTi -no nptiniTntton nf
"v--" .- un, vb e.b v.u .
way of new!
national 5anK. in
f stationery, stamps on the new isue
! f stock, etc. the profits would have
' snown at the rate of about f cef
per annum net. For the six months
ending June 30, 1901. the net profits
of this bank show at the rate of 9U
per cent per annum. For the six
months ending December 31st, 1901,
the net profits show a little over 10
per cent per annum.
the existence of the
National Bank, the gross
earnings have been $92 150091
earniass have been ..,4a.bJ
The operaUng expenses
I-S wrftxin orVun-, "
shipped on the "Rio de ;
preSa!um wriUen off s
B(jnds v 29n -2
j itra W1115 u nee uaiaat: -'i,
I ried to profit and loss of..24,059.S9
i This added to the balance
T s a 1 V w n h . ltnlA M n An
brought forward from the
First American Bank of
! Gives a total of $46.S69.9S
$43,000.00 of which has been placed
to reserve account, leaving a balance
in undivided profits of $1869.9S. '
Our United States 2 per cent Bonds property conveyed by the said mort-
stand us on the Books at date, gage will be sold at Public Auction at i
Principal . foO 000 00 the auction rooms of James F. Mor-
Preinium . ".V.V..'.'.'...l2.000.00 san "?"0?e ?"ee St't HonClulu
. , . on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan-,
and during the past year, as above ' uaryj 1902, at 12 o'clock noon,
stated. Ave have written oft about The property covered by said mort- J
$3,000 of the amount of premium, not-' gage consists of all that piece or par
withstanding the fact that the nres
ent market value of these bonds is i
Net Earnings Satisfactory. I
c. ., , . i ,
Our profits for the last period, had
it not been for the extraordinary ex- ( Royai Patent 3690, Land Commission
penses in connection with moving in-i Award 11018 to Wahine.
to our present quarters, would have1 Together with all buildings, Im
shown fully 11 per cent per annum i provements, rights, easements, priv
net. and we think that the stockhold
ers have every cause for congratula-1
t-tion at the steady improvements in,
the net earnings 5f the bank, as
, above shown from period to period.
The First American Savings and !
Trust Company of Hawaii, Ltd.,.
which is operated under the Terri-!
torial laws, and does also a remuner-1
ative business and has paid the same
dividend; the services rendered were'
Hed' lt ,s submitted that in all fair-
nocc enmn nnflrtnjtinn rtf il'cnlonc'iro
ness some notification of displeasure
or dissatisfaction as to the manage-,
ment or services, should have been j
communicated to the present incum-
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The undersigned beg to advise ship- i
pers that until further notice the rate
( of freight from San Francisco to Ho-'
nolulu by steamers of the Oceanic,
Steamship Company will be $3.50 per'
ton net- j
j TAX G. IRWIN & CO.. I
Agents Oceanic Steamship
Honolulu. January 10. 1902.
All persons are forbidden to tres-
nnctf rT Tn ncmn9 nonrc nr k nn-n
"-3-' "c "ub ..6" -. i. ,
Waialua. Island of Oahu. Any person
trespassing or fishing will be prose-!
cmed fuH extent Qf tfae hiVFTte eadinff Piumbers 0f San Fran-
CHING AKINA. Lessee.
Honolulu. January 13th. 1902.
NOTICE OF MEETING.
A meeting of the- stockholders of
the Robert Grieve Publlshlag Coo-
we geaenu Business auaira -
Company- EDWIN S- GILL, ,
Honolulu. Jan, 10th, 1902.
AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
n -n,,,,- TMMn- 22rd. at 20
- . . . .
V . m-mmw- m r -
TJCIOCJC 3- 31- &V my Siuesruoiu.
seen at mv office: Anvils, Tire Up-
setter. Coal, Bites, Hammers, Clamps,
.Wallets. Bolts, Shovels. Calipers,
Tire Bander. Round and Flat Bar Iron, J
Flatters. Swager. Punched. Piachers.
Wrenches, Desk, Scales, Boggy
"Wheels, Rims. Oak and Spruce Lum-
ber. Drawing Knife, Bevel, etc. etc.
Together with a fifteen years' lease.
j c.-- - - r
, of the property situated on the corner.
. vju--- -" bnHdinTalTu-
corrugated iron covered building situ-
l ate thereon.
, JAMES F. MORGAN. Auctioneer.
Honolulu, Jan. 9, 1902.
Xotice is hereby iven that Intend
ing passengers per Steamship "MO
ASA," due to sail for Vancouver on
the 15th last., and per Steamship
"AORAXGI," due to sail for the Col-i
cn5es on e ISth inst, must apply!
i for Passage by the former boat notj
1 J.ater than Monday, the 6th Inst, and (
,U1 " !.: uut later mau inuri-
day. the 9th inst
lillj. 11. UAI ICO OC VjU., i.llJ., I
f MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND,
OF SALF. 1
Notice is hereby'given that pursuant
to the powers of sale contained in that ,
certain mortgage dated October 30th, i
ilS99, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of;
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territorj- of
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse.
, formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but
' now of San Francisco State of Calif
ornia, as morteasree. and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances in said
Honolulu, in Liber 196, on pages 263
and 264, the mortgagee intends to
foreclose the said mortgage for con-
aiuon broken, to wit: the non-payment
of the interest on the sum of
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500)
the principal sum secured by said
mortgage when due.
Notice is likewise civen that thet
cel of land situated on the Waikiki i
Makiki Street near Wilder
ah mat piece or parcel oi luiia cuu- i
taining an area of forty-two hundreths I
(42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki, j
Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the ,
Diece or Darcel of land descrlhed !n
ileges and appurtenances thereunto i
Terms Cash, United States Gold
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
HOLMES & STANLEY,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, December 23, 1901.
By his attorney in fact.
J. M. DOWSETT.
A Cup of
To get a real good cup of Coffee
you'll have to start back of the ac
tual making. You'll have to look
to the roasting and grinding.
Is a high grade blend, but moder
30c. the pound.
Roasted three times a week and
ground three times a day from good
old Kona coffee. Always pure and
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
1066 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
Ciseo. have decided to locate a per-
manent establishment in Honolulu.
This will give the residents of this
city an opportunity of having their
plumbing done at reasonable rates by
the most skillful mechanics In the
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
Her liii! Biiiiiig.
Jibbing Pnnpty IWedJi
MESSRS. HENRY LEE aad
JAMES G. RIAL
Take pleasure in preseating their .
a short seasjn ea route to Aus.
tralla. A glance over the Ust o j
stars will convince the most indiffer
' ent observer that ve offer only the
; iry greatest features ia the ltae of
j Europeaa aad American
. . . VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS . . .
No where else in this world will you
find such aa organization of leading
features and high salaried performers.
SALERNE THE GREAT,
BUNTH and RUDD COMPANY,
prof. POWELL AND COMPANY.
ARRAS AND AL CP.
! ST. ONGE BROTHERS.
' nci todci I ic pieiun mm
' SERT FLATT and ROSE SUTHER
(THE FERRARIS DUO.
' MISS HOPE HADDEN.
MLLE. ILMA DE MONZA and
CARL NILSSON'S TROUPE.
Reserved Seats $1.00.
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Biackthurne Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended for its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
Old Cremorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
J. Hartiann & Co., Ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
From 50c to S3.00
PER YAlJD At
The PHONG FAT CO.
33 Kinjj Street.
THESE ARE THE FINEST
GOODS EVER SHOWN IN HO
NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES
OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA
CLOTHS IN STOCK.
I The Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Keep one at your bed
side and throw light
on the burglar "when
he comes a burgling.-"
The Hollister Drug Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Thlng3
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
like your Mother used
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Fingers,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty styles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 ceat3. Wo
can furnish you a box of delicious
candier worth a dollar elsewhere.
J. OSWALD LX7TTED,
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