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WEDNESDAY AUG. 28, 1889.
Slmr lVlc from lliiwml
HUMS Eplrglo from tho South Sea--,
Slmr U It ltlsliop fiout Koolau
Stinr Iwa'uui for Lnhuhii nml llnmu-
kua at 10 a m
Sclir Halcikahi for Popeckco
' -PASSENGERS. "
For Mnnl perstmr Ukellke. Aug ;7
QcoE llonrdmaii, O It ltoo, .1 A
Scott, Miss Sevci'aucc, MUs Ciltti'mleti,
Misses Cunningham (2). Mi McGtegor,
Father I.oonor, .1 Hakcr and wife, and
For tCmiul per Mtknhahi. A tip "T
Mr? Augluigeii, Miss Griiu, C LHiltto,
M I.opczund about ,IO"deck.
IQFiiiiu Ban Francisco per S G Wilder.
Aug -28 MrnmlMra M F Scott, K L
.Spin).?, Mis Opcit Campbell, I) W Kiat
er U E Arnold, A J Wilson, M A
Ghupinau, M. Ginnnon, J Buike, O Se
mlsch. SHIPPING NOTES.
The Pole biought 35 head of cattle
from Hawaii this morning.
PACIFIC CABLE COMPANY.
omrri'H i:ieetC(l---I'.Htlmtitp for a
Cable to Ito Obtained, etc.
The Pacific Cable Company has
been organized with the following
President Mr. A. S. Hartwell
Vice-President. ...Hon. Cecil Brown
Treasurer Mr. P. C. Jones
Secretary... ....lion. W. O. Smith
Auditor Hon. Chas. 11. Bishop
Directors will bo elected later.
Correspondence on the matter has
been opened with the Hawaiian
Gorcrnment; nnd a statement will
shortly be laid before the United
States Government. Mr. Hartwell
leaves on the Australia on
business connected with the com
pany. Estimates will be obtained
from the leading cable constiuctors
for the cash cost of consli uotiag
and laying a cable between the Ha
waiian Islands and San Francisco.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT I.. J. I.KVEY.
At 10 a. m., at the store of
late Alex. Flohr, Bethel sticet,
whole of the stock and fixtures.
A YOUNG MAN IN TROUBLE.
Win. Lee, the shorthand reporter,
wasrre9ted yesterday on a wan ant
charging him with larceny of a watcli
and chain, the property of Mr. T. C.
Porter,from the WaikikHiath house.
Lee sold the watch and chain to
Chas. Lang for $10, and the latter
was arrested for receiving stolen
property. This morning, however,
in the Police Court, the charge
against Lang was nolle pros'd.
Lee's case hab been continued to the
20th. He came here about three
months ago," first being employed in
the Supreme Court. Lee is u very
good shorthand repoiter and type
-writer. Lattorly he has been drink
ing and misbehaving himself in
The undernamed teachers, who
arrived by the S. G. Wilder yestor
day, from' San Francisco, have been
assigned by the Board of Education
Mr. E. L.'Spinks, and his sister,
Mrs. Opert Campbell, to the Makav
pala school, North Kobala, Hawaii.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Scott, to the
Honokaa school, Hamakua, Hawaii.
Mr. D. W. Kratzer, to the- Ono
mea school, Ililo, Hawaii.
Mr. C. E. Arnold, to the Haka
lau school, Jlilo, Hawaii.
Mr. A. J. Wilson, to the Kauna
kakai school, Molokai.
Mr. M. A. Chapman to the Kc
kaha school, Waimea, Kauai.
The following transfers and ap
pointments 'Bave also been made
by the Board of Education (Aug.
Mr. D. L. Huntsman, transferred
to the school at Papaikou, Hilo dis
trict. ! i
Mis. Corscadden, transfened to
tke Waiakea school, .Hilo district.
Miss Kate Lishman, transferred
to the Kamoiliili school, Honolulu.
Mr, K. W. Estep, transferred to
the Waipio school, Hamakua, Ha
waii. Mr. G. L, Edwards, transferred
to the Waiaya school, Ewa, O.ihu.
Mr. Wm. Cuelho, appointed to
the MarrjucsviJJo school, Honolulu
Mr. Jesse Makainai, appointed to
tho Kailua School, North Kona, Ha
Mr. loela Nakaleka, appointed to
tho Kaluaaha school, on Molokai,
Mr. Win, A. Yeats, appointed to
fie Kapulena school, Hamakua, Ha
Bainey, Pun and John had each
to pa.Y 80 for drunkenness.
Wm, L.ce, charged with the lar
ceny of a watcHi, the prqpeity of P,
C. Porter, wag remanded to thp
A nolle nrqs. wa,s entered against
Chap fytngcbarged with receiving
stolen goods to the value of $Tq.
Ah Yong, charged with being a
common nuisance by leaving Ida
wngon in the middle of the street,
was reprimanded and discharged,
A hltl.it I'.fu Jlii Itcdii Itial,
Tltri Kiiftiliuils llaVo iWvctl a
A noon cook willing lo do
work is wanted.
Kr.AU the Kistlou Iron Works' new
A MKKTiNU of the Honolulu Ai ion
will be held thin uvuniug sit the hall.
Mns. A. M. Mollis wants fiv fust
class drcssniakci at No. 17, Emmn
Tin: original Spar sailor hat is to
be foiiiul at X. S. Sachs' l'opul.ir Mil
A Nt'iiuiiit of foigcs and anvils for
tlit blacksmitliing dcpaitmeiit at the
Kamehamcha Schools ate being made.
The Kinati will be due early Fri
day morhing from windward, so ai
to connect with the outgoing stcamei.
Miss Fanning opens her kinder
gaiten school On Monday next. Quito
a number of pupils will be in attend
ance. Tun Misses May and Nellie Water
house were registered at the Summit
House, Mount Washington, N. II.,
1iie Hawaiian Tramway Com
pany hao n notice eUowherc res
pecting accounts against Messrs.
Skinndi & Co.
The It. M. S. Mariposa will bo duo
from San Francisco Saturday morn
ing en route to tho Colonies. She
will bring eight days later news.
At 10 o'clock to-inotrow morning
the annual meeting of the Waima
nalo Sugar Company will bo held at
the oflicc of Mr. A. J. Caitwrigbt.
Tiinun is nothing like Ihihach
powder to keep the mosquitoes a way.
Benson, Smith & Co. keep tho genu
ine for sale and also fancy urns for
burning it in.
At the Cosmopolitan saloon,corner
of Nuuiinu and Hotel streets, can be
seen a patent double expansion coik
screw that is capable of pulling sixty
corkb per minute.
Next Satuid.iy ceiling Mr. J. F.
Morgan will hold a sale of lino goods
nt his salssiooms, commcnciiij; at 7
o'clock. See list of goods to be sold
in another column.
A thief entered the chicken house
of Hon. W. O. Smith tho other night
and carried off twenty nice chickens
which friend Smith hud been fatten
ing up for pot pies.
II. B. M. S. Espiegle has lctuincd
to port this afternoon. She his an
nexed two islands and brings ercw of
the British ship Girston shipwrecked
on Humphrey's island.
Mil. Wm. Howe is prepaied to do
all kinds of work connected with bil
liard tables, He has had much ex
perience and orders left with him at
C. J. McCarthy's will receive piompt
Tkacklayino is about beginning
on the Oahu Railway. The working
locomotive is being f-et up near the
terminus at tho head of the harboi.
Mr. Dillingham expects to give his
friends a ride on the rails on Sept. 4,
In the Store of King Bios., Hotel
street, may be seen a statuette, "The
Minute Man," in terra cotta. It is
the propei ty of Mr. Justice Dole and
has been placed on exhibition foi a
few days. It is a magnificent piece
of work and well worthy of inspec
tion. EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Service at Central Union Church,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles,
Service at St.Andrcw's Cathedral,
Meeting Honolulu Arion Society,
. CLOSING OF MAILS.
The mails by the S. S. Australia
close on Friday the 30th at the Post
Olllcc as follows:
Registered letters and parcel post
10 a. m.
Letters and papers 11a. m.
Applications for foreign taoney
orders per Australia will be received
until 1 p. m. Thursday, 29th.
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
llEFOIU: l'UF.9TON, J.
Wkdnesuat, Aug. 28th.
In re guardianship FiUsimmons,
minors, Petition for an accounting.
Continued to September 2d. F. M.
Hatch for petitioner.
BKIQIIK UOI.E, j,
In re guardianship of Edwin Hart,
a minor. Petition of Edmund Hart
for letters of guardianship of the
person nnd property of Edwin Hart.
The Court appoints him guardian
under 8S00 bond. W, A, Kin.uoy
In rp guardianship of Edwin
Stone, a, minor. Petition of Mrs.
A. M. Kalpnonui for letters of
guardianship of the person and pro
perty of Edwin Stone. The Court
appoints Mrs. Kahananui guardian
uu'der 8300 bond, V.' V. Ashford
iel!iiftll,il'mirt!iy 2i ft,il Ihfcliiarf
At ?ifJ0 o'clock last evening A
meeting of the commissioned ofllcers
of the Honolulu Hillcs was held at
tho Armory for the put pose of elect
ing an Adjutant in place of II. C.
Mcrs. The latter gcntUman left
for the Coast on account of ill
hef Kli, nnd it is not known when he
will return. During his absence
First Lieutenant A. G. M. Robert
son of Company H hu9 pet formed
the duties of Adjutant. Captain
Edw. Langley of Coinp-iny C was
elected Adjutant. The icsiilt of the
election gives entile satisfaction.
At 8 o'clock a meeting of- Com
pany B was held, when Mr. John II.
Reist was unanimously elected First
Lieutenant in place of G. A. Xelh
resigned. Lieut. Reist is ery
popular with Ills comrades of Com
pany B. Later in the evening ho
appeared on the lostrum in his new
unifoim, which lie had scut for fioin
the tailor's shop, and made a very
graceful speech, thanking the com
pany for the honor conferred.
After the meeting sandwiches,
ginger ale and soda water were
handed around, and the balance of
the evening was spent in social con
versation with capital ii.usiu inlei
spersed by the Hawaiian Quintette
Club. Among the invited guests
weie Their Excellencies L. A.
Thurston and C. W. Ashford, Col.
V. V. Ashford, Capt. Parker of the
King's Guard, Hon. W. A. Kinney
and a Bulletin representative.
'Speeches were made by Ministers
Thin slon and Ashford, the latter
stating that the matter of a new
armory was receiving much con
sideiation. Mr. Kinney, in the couiseof a few
remarks, said that the history of
the country cannot be written with
out mention of the Honolulu Rifles.
They stood as representatives for all
law-abiding people in the country.
He concluded by saying that Hawaii
was the greatest country on the
earth except Canada. Laughter.
Col. Ashford was enthusiastically
received oh being called to respond
to the toast of Hawaii. He said he
was glad to respond to that toast.
There were no associations so pleas
ant as those under arftis. This lit
tle company had kept things even
and kept them down. He consider
ed it an lionor to belong to the corps,
and hoped it would continue to
exist. The scheme for a new armory
had assumed definite, shape, and he
urged upon the members to do all
they could in the matter.
Capt. J. II. Fisher presided dur
ing the evening in a very acceptable
CONDUCT OF INGRATES.
Eovroi: Bulletin: The publica
tion lir to-day's Advertiser of an
item entitled "The Late Upiisiug"
taken from the S. F. Bulletin and
containing reference to Col. V. V.
Ashford is on a par with the spirit
that seems to dominate the Adver
tiser and those it lepiescnts.
What does that item mean and for
what pin pose was it republished
here? It certainly is intended lo
lcae an unfavorable impression on
the reader's mind in regard lo the
Colonel and is all the mor mis
chievous in that the imputations
suggested in it aie so vague as to
leave the reader to imagine alxiost
Mr. Ashford was put in cliaige
on the 30th of July and he perfotm
ed the task given him to the satis
faction of all but the insuricction
ists and is now as far as we can sec
attending to his own business and
by all the piinciples of fair piny and
decency, if there is nothing to be
said in commendation of his servitees
he should at least be let alone. This
the Adveitiser evidently does not
intend to do and while preaching
the necessity of unity is sowing dis
sension with its own hand by such
irritating and unprofitable articles ai
this. Evidently by unity the Adver
tiser means submission on the part
of the balance of the community
not only to its views of politics but
also of individuals. The Colonel
may have made a mistake in con
senting to defend Wilcox but much
can be forgiven a man who steps
forward to help the under dog. To
bo sure, it lucks that assiduous con
sideration of which side the bicad
is buttered on which perhaps our
friend the Advertiser believes should
be one's "only rule of life and con
duct," but the great majority in the
community evidently ' understood
Mr. Ashford's motive and set it
down simply to a willingness when
appealed to, to help professionally a
man who at the tune was without
any advisers or the means of getting
one. When other counsel was ob
tained and he saw that hh act was
likely to bo misconstrued by some,
lie withdrew and that should eud
the matter. I'Aiitri.Ay.
THE regular annual meeting of share.
Jiolde-is of the Wnlmnmiln Sugar
Co. will ho held on THURSDAY. Aug.
lJlh, t8st, at 1Q o'clock a. u in Mr.
A.J. Oirtwrlgui's ofllce.
337 It Bccretury W. H. Co,
O IX First (Jlan
-Mrs. A; M. MELI.IS,
Mo. 17 Emma street.
A GOOD Conk
who la willing to do
Iiupilie at thu lluc-
ViaIm.Iij u. mi i i'fillrnnlito
l'foli 4f n, furtenitiHi'M Itohhrr
This morning about half-past
three o'clock one of tho mounted
police patioling on the plains, no
ticed a Chinaman coming out of the
yaid of a private resident's corner of
Bciclania and Piikoi sheets. He
asked the Chinaman his business,
and not getting ti satisfactory reply
told him he would have to go to the
Station I louse. The policeman dls
mountfld and was taking the China
man inlo town, when, near Thomas
Square, the hitter hied to get a pis
tol from tho olHccr of the law, at
the same time aiming several blows
at him. A fierce struggle took place
bulween the two, the Chinaman fin
ally getting oierpowcred.
About four o'clock Capt. Larson
received a telephone message at the
Station house fiotn a house on the
plains that a policeman's whistle
was heard blowing loudly. lie
jumped inlo a brake and willi a po
lio ofliccr drove out, hut had ""not
got far when he met the' mounted
policeman with the Chinairian under
arrest. The latter was given into
the charge of the police officor and
taken to the Station home. Capt.
Lai sen then proceeded to the place
where the Chinaman was arrested
and found a pointed iron bar, hat,
flat chisel and a long sharp-pointed
knife. The Chinaman had evidently
cntcied the premises with the Inten
tion of robbing the chicken house,
but being disturbed, was leaving
when arrested by the officer. " The
in m is in custody.
TVTOSQUITO Powder Urns in fancy
J.YJL designs, lor the croiioiuicnl burn.
injr of the Guiuiuc Kulmcli Imcct
Powder, li ivp boc-n received by Hersnn.
Smith & Co. 317 1
J7INE Miile, Ului'k, Urowtmnil Ureen
Milan, uxtra pond quality Spar
Sillor llut, Polk i Done I ifibb .ns,
New tttnglums, Men s Fine Straw tJatu.
Kmbroldery Lnccs, jua m-oUcd nt
Flshcl's Louling Millinery HnUio an t
will be opened up fordlspliy in a ftw
DODD 1ms juu ruiched ct
1 U-mililla" a-iothor lot of Ui.it
'PIIILADUU'IIIA lAUKU HEEK"
in kegs, which he is offering to his
customer. 333 lw
'RY McCarthys OuUi.
OTT'S Uider ai McCarthys.
rpiIESDAY, between tie Mnrine IUP
X way ard tho It. 0. Cemetery,
(JoSd Pin with tlirfo corals in' a t;rape
leaf. Finder please return to thin offlci
and accept reward. 337 3t
ANN U Ai MEETING.
fjTHE annual mi cling of 1ie Meek.
JL lioldiM of the MutualTelfphoiie
Co. will be htld on WEDNESDAY,
September the 1 tilt, at 11 (clock a. si.,
nt the Oompam's, tmililiuu'
C. O. nKRQKR,
330 til Secretary Mutual Tele. Co.
AQUAHTERLY meeting of the Board
ofTruiUcs of the Queui'u IIos.
pital will he held on SATURDAY, the
7th September, 18S0. at 10 o'clock a. m ,
at the Rooms of the Chamber of Com
merce. Uuxiauss of important c Amend
ment of the By-Laws. Per order.
F. A. SOHARFER,
320 lm becrctary.
BurmeseCheroots & Indian Tea
A CONSIGNMENT of Burmce Che
roots, direct from Rangoon, also a
few boics Indian Tea, for sale at
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
335 lw !!8 Merchant Htreet.
OAPANA, of Punaluu, Kooliu, in-
ti'Uding to leave for China on
the t-tcami-r of September 15th, desires
that ull billB against him lm proven ted
on, or before September lOtli. Sue Tin
Wing will collect all accounts due the
said C. Apana. 33 U lw
,TR. ANTON YOGIih is not In our
LlX employ any mm e after this date.
E. HOFFSCIITiAEGER & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 18S9, 85 lm
MY brother Gustav Schuman will act
for me during my absence from
KMIL G. SCHUMAN.
Honolulu, Aiir, ,'lrt-ti. 33.1 :)t
ALEXANDER J. Cartwriglit, Esq.,
is authorized to act for me under
full powi-r of attorney during my nb.
sencu from tho Kingdom
GEORGE O. BECKLBY.
Honolulu, auk. at )HkD 3iU lw
NEW Wilcor & White Parlor
Onsan with eight stopt. Huituble
for cchonl or church. A fluo instru
ment. Apply at 57 Puiiclibiiivl htreet,
opposite N. 1. Mltsinn Insiltuto. 373 tf
best and cheapest Bhtek
Cotsl. Sand and bo for
sale In nny (piantliy. Apply at tho hv
ofllce of Wllll-im O. Add, No. Jil! Mcr.
chunt Htreet, Honolulu, II. I. T.OI rttn
Alt.ltOWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ofilou uud ph-irmacv ut Hawaiian
Iloto) ttabhts, corner Hotel and Itlchnrd
streets. Scientific treatment in ull din.
oases of domesiio animals Orders for
plantation uud ranch fctook promptly
attended to. Mutual ToU phone S54,
P, 0 Box3?U, mhlSa-J
K5T IT STANDS
eIirew York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority.-
No better example of the oatimation in which this rcal Company is held, can bo gheu, than by a com
parative statement of the bmincss lonc by itself and its chief coinpetitors tu their common home, the city of
New York. In Now York- a man can i;i-t his Information direct from the Home Olllcc of the largest companies,
anil has moie accurate opnoitunilius of judging their loepecllvu meiils than nnywheru else. As a result in tlio
City Of NGW York during tlio year 188'i the Etlllltablo wrote a huger amount of new business than was
written by im Two Largest Competitors Combinod. l" the Stuto of New York the Equitablo
wrote !$i,808,-l 31 more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Largest Competitors Taken Together,
It did the Largest Business in the United States, as well as in the World at a time when all Companies
were straining every nerve to pass it.
The reason why this univci sal vei diet goes with the Equitable is on account of the Popularity of its
glans and the Promptness and Fairness of its Business Methods As the l'ionecr iu reforms its
lolicies have been and are being extensively imit-ilcd by others, a most giaceful tribute to their merit.
Theprimaiy object of Life Insurance is to provide u-ady money against death. No Company can approach
tho Equitable record for ptomptness in this regard. The New Policy of the Equitable Just out la
(like a bank draft) a simple piomisc to pay and is without conditions on its back.
For full particulars call on '
"gM Hi.!"-1 LXWmL!!.JBHrig'l,.rajt7'
Wm. II. TAYLOR, President.
S. E. Cor.
Manufacturers of all
Engines A. lloilerf,
PIPE & FLUrVS
Cooler Yagona & Taulc,
Heine Patent Safety Uoilei ,
'J JScill & a Roll Mills,
JjSy Cafacty ami irsuHs gnu
tanleid. Yaryan Evaporatoro,
Davidson Steam Pumps.
Specification cf Boiler and Fixtures:
1 Boiler, 1 Steam Drum, 1 Breeching, 1 Smokestack, 1500 feet Galvanized Stiand for Guys, 1 C I. Front, complete;
1 Foundation Plutu for fiont, 1 act Grate Bars, for coal oi wood; 1 Back Bar Bearer, I At (.'leaning Door and
Frame, J Back Arch Plate, 1 set Binder Braces mid Holts for biii-kwerk, 1 Stand for back end of Boiler, 1 Steam
Gauge for Syphon, 1 Glats Water Gauge, complete, with Column and 13 Gaugo Cocks; 1 Safelv Valve, il'ei'd Valve,
1 Btow-ou" Valvo, 1 Check Valve. ' r
These Boilers are tostcd to. 150 pounds hydrostatic pressure, and are intendedfor a
, working pressure of 100 pounds.
Boilers of the following sizes iu Two Sheets keep constantly on hand icadr for shipment:
GO inches diameter x 1(5 feel lonjr. fi4 incites diameter x 1G feci lonff.
48 inches diameter x 1(5 feet lonjr. V inches diameter x 10 feet long.
gjt? For paiticul.us, apply to
837 4t-d-103 tf-w
IUUNLSnKD Hootnfl to let,
. bimlliwcbt corner of
l'unrhbowl and lluri'tnnlu
Btrccls, would bu very coDVcident for n
small family. 255 Cm
Notice of Change in Man
TMIRIN'G the al sence of
Mr. C. Vltk
cone, our Blunniini!t'aiiiur, irom
tho Kinslom, Mr. C. Din hinp "ill onl
as Mannglng Partner fir our firm, and
will Inivt! the buiic powers and author
ity us C. Yick Lcnutr.
KWOlv'G H'T LUNG CO.
Dited Honolulu. Aug. Vi, lib.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN At Vessel will be dcpitolicd fur
Honolulu tiHcavis New Yoiklii
ull Novc-mbcr Kur fuiihcr liil'jriu ulou
apply to the Agent,
MF.S3H9. W. II. CKOSSMAN .V HO ,
77 & 7U Broad St., New Yoik (Jiiy.
iVit lm Honolulu, II. I.
H & $ 3 8 iCS fc! fo&
TNE united otates
K K'1 iw?A
General Agent Equitable Life Assurance
HOWARD & BEALE Sts., S.
JtJfcl. IJLjyTMirg.. Uoom?,'t!r,"hr!?'tloel-l
O COITAGCS Hud Preralfts
O ivi Fmiiia street, at u rea.
i toaiilib fliT'ire. Apnly to
J. AI. AIONS KKAT,
Cartw right's ISlork. Merchuntbt.
FOll SALE or LEASE
HOUSU and Premises at
lwili'i, Honolulu limine
coiit-iiiM three larce and two
.miull rooiiM and hall anil a lar'e attic.
Cottage with three rooms ou the pre
nilsis; cook mid bath house. Slublo
with thrvo stalls and curriago ho me;
shade nnd fruit Ire-i" on Um prnmbes.
Applvto J. M. MONSAKKAT,
Ourtriglit's IHonk, Mc-ri liitnt M.
llcsl Ititirti .f
Km lit i einit.
X UosUmi'i! .tf
Mr. hfiiK Urcw-i,
Kioiol.uil I' uk.
Mr., Jim Loyj,
LATE P.Chlile-iK! i of
Mr. M. Croon,
am Kurt street.
S'lOHK, Etc, no' O'cupiiil .y
Mr. Wollj,.Onu r, ,
tST Applj tu
a. j. CA'.iTwmaur,
During the Yoar 1888,
Fuud.3 on Haud
Dec. 31, 1888, for ,
oa Tot rtufin I
Society for the Hawaiian Islands.
K. S. MOOHE, Superintendent.
Steam Users, Attention !
The (iigruiii; represents
our standard lioiler. llu-se
Boilers aie made of ttecl,and
the chell, .ih mIiowii. lieing in
two pieeu, the advantage of
tbih will bi readily appic
mated by Hteam unc-rs.
Thuie are no kuiiis
fire to leak, nor looe
to contend with, caused by
the continual expansion md
contraction of the plate ou
account of the uuc(ual dis
tribution of the heat under
the boiler, the bottom present
iiiK a smooth, even nurfucc
which can be eisily cleaned.
We iduce a in uiliok- at tin
and miii in the
under the tubes.
Tho front manhole gives
free access to the sheet over
the lire the vital part of
every boiler. This point is
often overlooked by purchaser.-,
and linilert- aio bought
with a small band hole, and
the remaining space tilled
with lubes which allow ulwi
lutelv no lichens loi cleaning,
and in a bhort time tube and
kcdiment arc one solid mass;
and iiiftU-ad of gain in etli
ciency by u few feet of tub
sin face, the lesijlt io u posi
ttoom It, Hrrrkr U' Work. )
IIIIIIOJU1U. II. I.
The Thoroughbred Stallion
Will stand at scivho nt
$50 ami $73 Insurance.
llKcoiti) 2 22J, fltcramento, BepU
I'kdkiiikk: Murin was slrel
Oiliau's 1'atclien. lie bv Geo. M.
clien,.Ir, ; Msrln'sdam liv Emlerant.
by Hilly McCrackenj Hilly McUwkCtt
by McCrucUcn's It luck Hawk. 707 (bc
sfro of Lady Donley, and of the dmntf
Overman. 2:1IIU). Mrliracki-n's llbck
Hiiwk, 707, hv Vurmont Itlst'k Ilttwl!;
Siul dam by MarnhHll's lUnck HnwU.hu
by Easton's lilsck Hawk. The dam of
Qiiinn's I'aiclicii by Siockbrblge Chitf,
hu by Vermont Ulack Hawk, A.
H. T, cJnrroll of Ban Francbco. tho
former owner of Marin, vouches, that
out nt thir y-Mx maroi serveil by this
horse during his last season Iu "C1U
forola, lUirty.flve provid with foal.