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TUESDAY," JAN. 8", 1881.
rou baj iMiAXctBob ' ( ' a A YKiiv sad accident occurred at
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Alumeda.... heaves Honolulu. Feb
FOU AUCKT.VND AND BVDNKY:
ZcnlitndU ......... i On or About JbnMM
Diamond Head, Jan. 8, 0:00 a.m,
Light N. 15. wind?
A tctn nnd whnlinp; bark outside
t V s "
Jan. 7-,1 ; L i .
Schr Nettie Merrill from LdhainS
Schr Waloli from Nnwiliwili
t .. iPEPARTUfJES,
Bk Spartan for Hongkong
Schr Wnimnlu for Kblda
,clir Wnileio tgv , ,,h . e uj
Vessels leaving thi3sdaV.j
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwalauj for Kauni
Stmr KUtuiea Hou f or, ITntiului
Stmr C R Biahopjfor Hamakniv
Stmr Leliua for Molokai & Maui
Stmr Mokolii f 6? tfool&ti' O Vj.
Rf.hr TCnM.in Aforrill fnr T.nhninii
KnhH tfnWiFVlr tt$ih ' 1 I-'f ti
Schr Wnilele for Paukaa
Schr Liholiho for Walmcn
From Molokai & Mnui per Lchua,
Jan. G J Mcpolgan, Dr, Fitch and
30 deck. V '' '-W.
1 SHIPPING H0TtS.:;
an was listed down jester.
of sugar and 25 bides? t ' 'S&lVi
Schr Waloli bought S8 coras; oFflre-
Schr Emraa,broug!it 329,l)ug3 of sugar.
Stmr Mbkolli brought 617 bagsofirico
and 03 baes of bran.
Schr Kaiiikehoull l.rohght 760 bags of
sugar. ' x ' '
Tlic Amelia will- fihisTi'idischaiging
this morning and' i.nir'to.raorrow for
Port Tow nsend.
Wilder'd now engine nnd train at Ha.V
maKua negau runmug on a nuraay.
The. Schr Kolunn exj eot to saf 1 on
Saturdar for the South Sea Wandi ' -
The Hope will piobahly cail on Satur
day. The Discovery, Ejsinoru tuuilj W. JI.
Dimond "expect to'cail io-mbrrow, the
Ella probably on Satur.lay and Uie
Falkinburgometirnc next ,qck.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS:
.The Woman of theTeople.
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Forrester's Ball to
A-BiiACK covered diary for 1882 has
bcen'lost. ' ''
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There were nd new books added to
the library last,nionthv , ..,,!
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The funeral of Kev. Father Marfiali
takes place tills afternoon. ' ' i'
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There were, lio cages' of 'drunkenne'ss
at HUo pq Chrlstniai or "New feat's
days. i I ' . i ,
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Breese's , is postponed "until- further
notice ' i ' ,
The Working Men?s ynio'nimeets'to
nlghtforthe lnstdllatlon of offl.cerfj,and
general business'. '
HANAMACLUtmlU was tpbegiagrind
ing yesjprlay piornlng. t This is the last
of the Kauai mills to sta'i't'.
aVoutugvese, laborer,'' e'mployc'd at
Hanamaulu, TCaual, died 'suddenly of
heartHlsease last week.
t TiiEjCustom House receipts for Jlie
last qiuirtrfr of 1883were $148,312.34)
the rcceiafe for VPMnjber, 'iVefeiSj'u
478.48. , tn -...
An auction sale of young horses was
hdld at"EHfue, 'Kauai On iNovwJyear!s
day. Thet prices rallzQd yerc veiy
Tile success o Mrs Hampaon, tUo
ladyei?Yangojiiit, tho Conscience of a
Merchant and'tlie. Mafriagoof Dwarfs
arc on the fourth page of today's paper.
Fort 'Street 'School' ' begins its next
session to-inorrow. The principal 're
quests that all new scholars, nnd parti.
Rev. Father Buchard, of the Society
of Jesus', will 'thrive to-morrow on the
Mariposa, partly to recruit hlBheath
arid 'partly to Bdr'up luke-warm Catho
lics. fheBov. Father will hold-! mis
sion here for two months, and preach on
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A TAtLOit at HUo named Shepherd,
an old resident, was $een Intoxicated on
New Year's day. Not appearliig for
two days, his liouso was burst opon and
themanwas fouud lying In dirt and
jllh, ahd, a doctor was sent for, hut
Causo,; Chinese) ba'4
A Ohicauo youirg'man In a rash mo
raent, n t. Louis paper y? tod hjs
girl that If she would hung up her stock,
ing on Christina eve ho would till It to
the brlra iwith something nice, When
he y,r her .ookUg he was undccl ed
whether to cet Into it himself or buy herr
whether to get
cularly all ce-f'erf should be present,
as npne ,of fiho Jatter will bo admitted
oftcr.ihe ilryt, 'i jfll t
'if t ji
A nAin was iMdo on Saturday night
upon thu Chinese wash Iiouhq on King
street, unci icsttltcd In tho m1iih of a
quantity of opium and tho hi i est' of
ceinDor. a nine uermnn gin was leu
alone by her patents, and, itls supposed.
that,she tried to kindle a lire with oil;
her clothes caught flro, nnd she yas so
badly burned that she died a few hours
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A lahok number of civil cases, be
tween native", weie disposed of yester
day by Judge Jl'cCully. it has fre
quently been the custom td continue
cases from, one jtorni to another; but
His Honor Is sitting down upon that
custom, and, hem lug what evidence is
pioduced, decides accordingly. ,
In the Police ''Com I yesterday, lHe
enses of diunkennoss weic dealt with, a
furious driver wad lined 7, a not fros
was entered agalnstfour Culuomcu, ic
mandudlrdrnh'si Srovcriiber,'on'a chnfgo
of malicious Injury to pioperly; a nol
jrqs was entered against three other
celestials chnrgcd'wltl lravlng opluhf In
their possession, 'and three more, for
, fighting, -wero.remauded.
Thursday night's performance, of
The Woman of the People promises to
he tho gijeatesj; success jpyor -Utncsbcd
in Hoiiolufu. ' ncirftaridmnniVln'orftor
to ehsure its being well reudeied, takes
two characters; Miss Beaudet assumes
her greatest partj and Miss Forest
makes her debut before a Honolulu
audience.1 Tift remainder 6t tlie caste
comprises th best amateur dramatic
talent iu Honolulu, among them gcntle
meriwho Have nbtyet appealed here In
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6n motion of",' the Attorney-General,
Mr. Daniel Lyons, as publisher of the
Elele, has beeh cited to show cause, on
Saturday, wlryhe should not be punished
for coritempt'of court, in recently pub
lishing ' ntf article rejecting- lipon the
Chief Justice. The Attorney-General'
decided to pass over the reflections
upon Chief Justice Judd'b chaiacter, as
that gentleman was too favoi.ibly known
forTtheirrto"bel'v dirhy of notice, but lie
baseS his mo'tion'bn the alieyationWa'de''
that the Chief Justice had given his de
cision on the coinage, rase to favor a
certain political party.
On Sunday afternoon as Mr. Hackfeld
and a" friend weic1 crossing' the bridge
near "Walklki, tn a private carriage,
theirhbixe became" frightened at the
buss, anibackfed1 against Ao ililllTi'g'of
the bridge, smashing a hind wheel.
'The driver let go the rains and jumped
over theaaillngon to the sand 'below.
Mr. Hackfeld and friend having got Out
of the carriage, and the horse beiug
free, he made for town, but was stopped
after running. about ajquartepf a mile
byMr.lT. Oaf- No oilier damage was'
sustained than a broken wheel.
muted suicide sliortly ifter noou yeiter
day by shooting hlnr-elf, .in the thigh,
wlthttpifetol, theibdll scven-d tho nrtery
and the mart bled to 'death. He was
found inside Dr. Dimou's fence," on
Chnplnin Street, by Her Majesty Queen
Emma and MrsflJumon when returning
fiomj church, some school children; hay.
ingipfjouJifcl the ahoy lrLl'j tie
had only been u few weeks In, the' King
dom and since bis arrival hud been
Feizeil'with k fill '(Dr. Matlles df JCoolau
and Dr.,Hgun weie quickjy in atten.
dance, but too luto tp be jt sirvire.
Mb. Thos. H. Harrison, C irriage Ar-
i tist, is the only man in'Honolulu runuing
business who makes Carriage Palming
a speciality. He, 'has gone oil of his
line a little by the designing and execu
tion'of Que ofih'd largcfst'nnd flrioft signs
evoViiyade In Honolulu. 'The hign is in
(ended Jo flhosvpff the busiiicb'i of Mr.
Arthur Morgan as well as Mr. Hirron
both of the gen'tlonirin 'doingibusiness'at
Nos. CO & 52 King Streel, opposite the
Polico Station, wher(j a, cojnplete Car
riage Manufactory Js esblishcd. The
writing ontbpsjgn js inEaglish, Hi
wallan and Chinese, having over two
hundred letters, a Cairiage and other
fancy work. It is well worth scelug.
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The1 follow lng was the business in the
Civil Court yesterday, (E 0. Hill &
Son v. Sam iauiii, assumpsit for $1!U5,
judgmcntUir plalnllfljy 4. Emeluth &
Co. v. .gnrij Eaula, assumpsit for $40,
judgment'forplalntlffs; J. E. Wiseman
v. W. T, Mabdpn'nld, palnncci'duVon nro
missory hota 88 8 Judgment for1 plain.
tluVTbo followjng caseawerp continued.
W.raVotjsv.JK.orterJ B. 0.,Hill &
Son v. A B, Kerr,j Quai Sing v. Prince.
vlljoSugftfiCo.Kaholoy J. W; KeJ.il.
kua&b$Ylt vf Awa ; A. Faroamlertnjc
collector, v. "A. K.TCuiJuiakea. The fol.
Iqvylng wcredUcontinucd; J. 0, Oluny
V. S, Kauiaj S.M. Carter & Co. v. E. I).
Friel; S. M. Carter & Co, v. G, D. Fieeth
was settled out,of Opurt an tho case of
H. D. Tiegloan v. E. Delllx wus with,
THE Annual Meet lug of the Ruoinro.
" city Sugar Co , will be held on
JJouday the 7th dnv of Jpnuury 184, ut
tl0 offlc of G, W. Jlicfarlnno tc Co., at
ten O'oiocic n.m. iociiioiucrs uro re.
0. L. HOPKINS,
A SOLID COMBINATION !
Uiiitcrt wo Stand,
THE ONIi RECOGNIZED
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS
IN THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM!
.'PHE NEW FIRM TAKE MtTOH PLEASURE IN STATING TO
X tho Business Community and the Public Generally, that they havo fltted up
one of the Elegant Giouud Floors In the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
On Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Where they will conduct their Business hereafter, and be most happy to see their
patrons and friends who desiro tohestoy on them their patronage, feeling assured
that all business transactldns will be conducted by. them in every particular toitho
best of their ability, and on the rnostireflsonablb baslsi ' ' " a.
Agencies: Wells, Fargo & Co.,
IIANIBL.E & ST. JO, AND
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROADS,
l jREAL ESTATE AND EMPLOYMENT,
Mutual Life Insurance Company, 'JSfew'Yor
CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
House, Money fe Custom House Brokers !
CSySpcclal attention in tho following Departments will be our aim, and wo
invite your careful perusal.-Ba .
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WELLS. FABQO & OO., GENERAL
AGENTS We deliver Lettets, Packages,
send orders direct to our Agents likewise,
out the United States and Foreign Countries Merchandise, CurloB, &c, from the
Klnsdom. flSyAlwavs advise your friends abroad to send Parcels, 'Packages,
Important Letters and Money to you through WELLS, FAKGO & Co., whose
Agencies are established in all large cities on the globe. Don't consider the ex
pense when sending through usj as w e will Guarantee you Satisfaction in every
particular, and hold ourselves lesponsible in all our undertakings.
Agent for the Hanible and St Jo , and Chicago, Burling
ton AND QUINOY RAlLROADS.These Roads are the most Comfortable and
Inviting Roads going East. Tourists will tlnd the Scenery, the Palaco Cars,, tho
Station Restaurants along these routes most Inviting and superior, and Xetters will
be given to all Travelers (and Tourists gdlng either &a 1st or 2nd class .passengers
to tlie Principal Agent in San Francisco, who will take special pains In making
you acquainted with Railway Officials through letters, so that your trip will be
mos.enjoyable to the end.
real estate agents. Wb buy and Sell Re!ai. Estate in all
parts of the Kingdom, Search Records and attend completely to every branch
in Selling Real and Leasehold Property. Our office will contain maps of, all
Propei ties left iu our charge. Wq make a specialty In Collecting Rents, keep
ing Premises in repair, Paying and Discharging Taxes, Water Rates and effecting
Insurances. Owners of Pioperty should bear in mind that we will relieve them
from given their attention to Property,
auu for'a nominal consideration lorservices mtnis department.
and Mansions to let at all times on application to us
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. ,WE
Malo'andflFemale, In all tlie various branches of industry on these Islands.
'Anranta Plunliira. !mil,Arerlin.nt jrp.nevnllv" Rliniflfl TinHftr us wViimi v
..0..w, -.-. r, -.. vr.,r.. -----., -- .-- ---
exist, as vt e win turnisu no neip sucn as uierKS, salesmen, juooK-Keepcrs, raecnames
or Laborers unless well lecommeuded to us. ,
Chinese SeiTants and Female Servants v. ill be supplied to families at short
notice, for, which a nominal commission is exacted,.
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LIFE AND FIRE-INSURANCE AGENTS We feel it a duty to call every I
man's attention Qpartiouiaiiy a man or lamiiy; to Keep nisiJLiire insured lor tne
benefit of his Family, whoso often iaie, dependent upon his labors for their sup
pprt, Youhgjnen and mechanirsyoud And it? the' most pleasant duty of their
lives to take out a Policy ton thcr "Tontine" principal, vvheii, .in a few years,
should they live, they will have sufllclcntiunds to engage in business, with a neat
liltle income to back them. We invite you to icalll on us wh,ea we. wil,take
pleasure in illustrating to you how beneficial it Is for your welfare to be Insuied !
Every man who owns Pioperty should remember tliat "Fire," that grim
messenger, oftou makes, the rich, or well-to-do, poor and poverty stricken. Let
thik be a waining to you, and call! ontus at once and protect yourselves against
MONEY TO LOAN. FROM $100 TO $10,000 ON'FlRST-OL'ASB SECURITY.
ODSTOM HOUSE BROKERS. AVe have made special arrangements whcieby
we cameifter Goods at thu Custom House through Power of Attorney, and we call
upon all Merchants and Store-keepers to make tis, their Agents ationoct EOur
Chaig'es for this workare veiy Reasonable, and we will Enter Gqods, Pay and Dis
charge Freight and Duty Bills, and Deliver Your Goods direct to your places of
business in piompt oi,der. Mei chants and Store-keepers will find this of great ad
vantage to them in every way. 1 I f ,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS Our long acquaintance with'lhe Business
Community is well known., aud we-lnvariablv keep Inviolate all business matters
of a private nature. Business men who will intrust their commercial matters (to us
may alw avs feel safe in so doing. We study the 'interests of our-clionts at all
times, and advise on all business topics fcai efully, based on our best judgment.
In the General Business Department we attend to everything in tho Commer
cial line, such as the following, viz : Booksand Accounts Kept and Adjusted Ac
euifttely, Neatly and Satisfactorily, Bills CoUected Promptly, and Proceedings
Taken Against Ci editors when compulsion requires d speedy 'settlement, (Legal
Papers) oft every description, such as Deeds, Bonds Mortgages, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Paitnei'liip Papers, &c, drawn. ALSO Advertisements, Notices.
Articles, Communications and Correspondence written. ALSO Memorials
Drafted and Engrossed, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, Letters of Credit, and
Banking Mattel s Generally attended to.
ALL ORDERS FROM THE VARIOUS ISLANDB to us will receive prompt
ness. We can purchase at the lowest market bates, and'much more reason
ably than you can, nudwe Inspect everything before we buy, and, therefore, it is
to,your Intel est to sqnd your orders to us, as We the'ri become'rdSrJonslblc, a'nd'tho
smalA commission yoi pay us1 is less than what your purchases amount to buying
as you bae been doing direct. , . ...-.
flSrAU coirespouuence to us we take,
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RgyWe invite evci yone to inspect our
our deparfmentSfWorklug utider a systematic rule, with polite assistants, central
location, and special advantages for conducting our business, we feel that the
community at large will bo gi'atllled in
has been established, where the wants of
xour Most uDcoient
s Agents, Campbell's N'eto' 'Blocks -Merchant Street.
r 'Jir. . rrrcT vminuro our
P. O. BOX 315
BSTP. S. Our Christinas and New
tiori or by letter wo will piesent pr sepd
Music ! Music ! !
T EpSOJTS Klven on tho PIANO at rca
XJ toaable rates,' 'ot Teachor'a or
I'upll's own lesidenco, by Mm. A. Altman
lately fiom Now York, inquire at IB
Emma street, between 8 aud (5 p. ra.j or
at A. M. Mcllls Fort street Store, bo
tween 9 nnd 2 oYlool;. (180 1m
NOTICE 13 heioby given that the
Undersigned have entered Into
liiuinershlp ns General Business Agents
in Honolulu, II. I., and that their bubi
npb heie.ifter uill be conduced under
tho firm name of Wiseman fc AOiIev,
1 'j E WISEMAV,
G, f, ASHLEY.
Mr. Wiseman & Mr. Ashley desire to
thank the public ejeneinlly for tholr
liberal patronage beitowed upon them
whilo separately coudunting business in
Honolulu ns Gcnoral B iinpR Awnt
and they trtist a LIBERAL SHARE of
patronage for the new linn In the future.
A QUANTITY of Iron Hoi
JA. Also, lion Tanks. Apply
I 080 8m J. Ht a
1TY of Iron
i$y u & aA
Divided wo Full!
FORWARDING AND OOMMIB8ION
Parcels and Money all over the Worid,
to bo tilled and icturned.
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guaranteeing at all times to act with care
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KINDS OF HELP, both
us when vacancies
phyisurcln answering without delay, i
new and spacious onlces, and have all
knowlug.lhtitiBUc& rf beneJlQlal Institution
all may be supplied by
Year's Books are readyf sand on appl
you one. ' ' ' 690.
AT THE Annual Meeting of Pacific
v Hose Company No.rl,lhoi follow
ing Gentlemen were elected Officers for
tho ensuing year: Foreman A. Hi
Raseman E.B. Hopkins resigned; Asbt
Foreman Fred. Harrison A. H- Rave,
mon reHlgncdi Secretary W. J- White
J. E. Wiseman rcslgucd; Treasurei
B Horrison-nE. A. Willlaais reeiencd.
601 8t W. J. WniTE, Seo'y.
MR. M. LAU6HLl'M.bolngino longer
in my employ, ,L hereby wani,ray
custoniers against paying' any monoyH
to him on my account.
MAX ECKART, '
Honolulu. Jan, 7, 188). 003 1m
rpHE Firm Namet of Ashley & Heb.
oara is tuts aay cuangea to uo
The "Amy Turner."
TNTENDING SHIPPERS from
ton nre nollfled that the, .".-Amy
mrner win noi iravo -jjosiou uu 11
FEBRUARY, ' '
eOA tf b.jHlJ O, BREWER A Co.
TO THE LADIES. '
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods-?
Selected by myself hi Paris, l.on Imi, a id T w York, "'
Are low Opi anil My for MpciD i
AJSX SAJLilS, tiutl coiuiriie
Never bafore Introjuced here, among which will bo found '
Entirely New Patterns in
Lais', Misses', mil Chin's
Elegant Paris Made
Db' riot 'fall
New Styles and Colors In
Lisle, and Balbriggan Hose.
NEW STYLES OF LADIES' PURSES, in Peacock, Blue, Old
, 1 ; : . ilaroon Plush, &c, &c. &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES, ,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It in not necessary for me to enumerate the m inv new gro Is no.v '
introduced by me here, but the "
, Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolnlii, Nov. 22, 188?.
Watchmaker, Enjravers, Manufacturing Jewelers and Lnportorn,
HAVE ON HAND, JUST ARRIVED
Diamonds and Other Precious Stones, "
, Waltham Walclies Gold and Silver'
- m, ' JFor'.the Trade. -n.-
TheLafgeU atTd Finest "Aisbrtm'enWr1 GOLD an- 3IHVER JEWELRY, Solid' "'
, and SILVER PLATED GpODS, ever Imported into this Kingdom."'" "'
j -' k Clocks, Spectacles, and Bye Glasses.
Gazette Block, No. 25 Merchant Street,
T Have received Cousigmneuti of Ne Goods;
Paper of every
Mucllago, Copy Books, Pons and Holdei-3,,Envoloposj Drawing Papor, Memo-,
randum Books, Utter Prossos, and Invitation Papor Cartor's Vlolot and In
doliblo inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Baseballs and Bats. Pocket
fj JiVs , O-lKnivos, Birthday Cards.
iJ1NEWS, 'NEWS, NEWS,, NEWS, NEWS.
Every MAOAZlNElcnd .PAPER published IN THE WORLD, can be
' OBTAINED from OAT, or he will j,end for them.
Pioneer Carriage .Manufactory,
rt5f 77 and 81
ah uruora jor uueBi-venicies 01 every
t uimiuu. t'iinn;itt39 iJj.cuuauiL-3 ciujiiuyga aiij Lnoyear round. f
B&- FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -w' ..,
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUS9E8. PLANTA.I
fTION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, mitde to order, altered or replrod.
Our Horse Shoeing: Department
Is uridur tho' supervision! iath -prdc'ticnl roari u mechunlc lecond to n6re. 'We'
have, no upe for nouklng scads or rot tubs, All work guaranteed.
. 8"Charges moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT, 1
488 y 7VH pnd 81 Klni; Strew. .
' 'I'ER MALLSGATE." ' ,
We have received a further coapignnienV of Mcssw, Mirrlees, Watson 'iSso.'
machlnory, and have now on hand, ready for d61lvery. ' '
One Trlpple.EUi'Ot, on hnndsome
square feet of honing suiface, with
jut, complete. -
engine and montjiiH.
set of Four Weston's Patent
Ono set of Two Weston's Patent
Having Increased facilities tor the
in t 1. n-i .. -iii. ...
lYosiun H-ruK-ni ir wiiilii, iu (.treat
abled to oiler them ut materially
We have a full assortment
bands and bushes, eto.j
Two Diagonal Eugliibs, each ti Inch
ClarMers, Flat Coolors, 8x0x2 and
One spare Top Roller, for 20 Inch
One spare Side Itolljr, for
Oue spare Interuiedlatu Spur Wheel,
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. - .ti-. .jf BTrf -Tl T MIW T""WriiWM
SEE MV -VBa
French Kid Gfaiters, J
Ladies' and Misses! Silk, ... 1
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Gold, and t
, Jr., &, CO.
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books, inkstands, letter SOALEe,
1 1 St
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75, 77 and
U. J.-lJJfci;.) 1
iiescnpuon miea with nroniDtneia
wooden iron staging, containing 8485
pumping engine nnd dischatglng mont,
of". heatTug"Rurface, with
Centrifugals, with engine and miior. ,
Centrifugals. ' ' ' '' Iki,i r
umuufaotmo of these
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nriiaiu. uaB e.xpireu, we are! tnui en
- 1 - d li-i'
of Ccutilfugal spates linings
by 12 inch.
by 64 Inch mil),
by i Ipch nilll,,
1 ! i !sib
for gearing of'- 2(j"itlc'h',by'5l nillll "'
,yv. luauianane, KCoi)t
. 1 ut tar
fe lowing machine
691 td b
m n b