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Tl'KSDAY, DICC. 2!, 1880.
Stun- Kliuiu fiom Hawaii and Maul
Simr Hawaii put buck
Slmr Wsilnuiiiiln ft oiii Maul unci Mnln-
Hehr lCnwnllnnl front Koolau
t'ehr Lnviula fiom Ua
Sk'hi' Mile Mori Is from Koolau
Sliitr U Hull for l,:ilitlua, Mmiluei,
Kona. Kan and the Volcano at 1(1
o'clock a in
Stmr Pclu for Kona potts at 11 a in
Stun Mlkahala for Knitnl at p in
Stinr Kaala for Xnvvlllvvlll ami Ilaiui-
manlu at ft a m
Stmr J.lkcllke for Maul at ." p in
Mimr.f A Cummins foi Koolau at 9 a m
llr bk Omega, lit own, for Hongkong
Kehr Mol Waliliiu for lt.unukit.t
SoltrMaty for llaualcl
VESSELS LEAVING THURSDAY.
Hcltr Kaiilkenouli for Hainal.ua
Hour Kawail.itn for Koolau
Schr l.uvlnla foi Ewn
Fiom Maul and Hawaii, iter steamer
Kinan, Dec atllon C Noilcy, U N
Spencer,.' MncAudicws, J Moinghun,
T Pedler, .It, Aitliur Tihlis. Mls Treg
loan, Miss Fanny Spencer, Mis Mat
Wight. J L HlnUdell, J F Hrovvn, A 0
Dovvctt, Y Alau, Y Akaiia.Mls Auiiiig,
.Muster Ahana, MlssL MoCauctlcss, JC
Nakaleka, F J Wilsey, I 8 Wllsey, Dr
O M. Sehult and vvlfa, Mis Fiitgetieu.
O O Nakayama and set v ant, Ml-s H
Thompson and 2 ehlldien, and 55 deek.
For vvlndvv aid potts, per steamer V
(J Hall. Dec 21-11 IS II Ptlncess Llllu
nkulunl, Mis A Clntk, Hcv WH Bat lies,
.1 W Ualin, C. AV MeDougall, .1 It
Meyci, Major W II C oinell,Mis Dl (S
Herheit, T K Itobmt, and 80 deck.
The steamer Kiuaubi ought this mottl
ing 2 hoists, CO pigs, 100 bags spuds, hS
li-igs corn, 230 pl.gs sundries, and HO
The baikcntinc Discovery w ill sail for
Kan Fi unci co next Tuesday.
GRAD CHRISTMAS CONDERTT
Following ia the programme for
tin1 Christmas concert at Kmma
Square to-morrow afternoon, .it U
l'AUT 1. ST1UNG OKCIIUSritA 1 Oil THE
March La Lealea (new) Bciger
Overtute Enchantment (new)
Fantasia The Ama70ne (tt''v)
Vocal rt alt The Kose Queen fnew)
Selection Scotch Alrs (new) Cox
Tin ee new "ongs. K mail ke Ea. Kuu
Weill. Wal Aniani.
I'AHT II MILITARY UANIt.
March Merry Chi Istm.ts Xupa
Ovcrtuie Mns'inlello Anber
lSemiuisceuccs of All Nations.. Godfiey
Medley Ye Olden Times Beyer
Aloha Oe. Hawaii I'onol.
A PLACE TO GET PIUSEN7S.
Mr. M. Mdnerny, whose showy
advertisement is before our readers,
has, among the immense stock he
always carries, tho following special
ties for the holiday trade : Gent's
silk under and over shirts from Eng
land in great variety; ladies' gold
and silver watches at all prices;
ladies' and gent's umbrellas, oxy
dised Bilver and gold mounting;
gent's gold-headed canes; gent's,
youths and boys' clothing in end
less variety; ladies and gent's linen
lawn handkerchiefs, direct from Bel
fast; toilet articles of every descrip
tion, Gosnell's and Lubin's perfum
ery ; valises, steamer trunks, etc. ;
gent's kangaroo shoes in variety
just received, and many other lines.
M.c." Mclnerny's large stores pre
sent a uno exhibition with their
tasteful arrangement of rich-looking
A "well attended meeting of the
voters of ward 1 was held last cve
ning at the Beretania stteot school
house. Mr. II. von Holt from tho
central committee called the meet
ing to order and it organized as tho
First Disttict Reform Club, with
lion. A. Young as temporary chair
man, and Charles T. Wilder, secie
tary. Tho following committee on
permanent 01 ganization was appoint
ed : Messrs. A. Brown, J. W. Mc
Chesney, W. CJ. Ashley, 1 Harri
Hon, and S. K. Kamaka. The com
mittee retired, and on returning no
minated the follow ingofllcers: lion.
Alex. Young, chairman ; Hon. W.
(J. Wilder, vice-chairman ; Clms
T. Wilder, secretary and treasurer ;
Executive Committee: T. J. King,
T. S. Douglas, F. Harrison, M. A.
(jonsalves, A. Brown and S. K. Ka
maka, The meeting adjourned sub
ject to call of the chair.
DEATHBLOW TOTHE" TAHITI LINE.
Tho French warship Chaiuplain
brings news that the French Gov
ernment arc in tceaty with the Mos
sageries Maritimos Steamship lino,
to run wteatners between Franco and
Tahiti via Now Caledonia and Syd
ney. New Caledonia subsidises to
tho Amount ef fifty thourand frauca,
and Tahiti a similar stun, to ho
supplemented by the homo Govern
ment. Governor Lascascado writes
to the Acting-Governor of Tahiti,
from Auckland, Nov. 18, as fol
lows: "I have confidence in tho suc
cess of these negotiations, and am
convinced that the now line will
realise the commercial hopes of our
two Oceanic colonies." This ar
rangement, if consummated, may
tic considered the death-blow of the
scheme to run a line of steamers ho
twoen Tahiti .and Sun Francisco, via
K J ' ' T" A lA
mMiuWtostt hi' r.il T '&'" "'i 1 1 in' A n'?iifiV' iiViilr ' i m in J' lfiir.i'i rrr' tiMtfiliwiiiir
LOCAL & UKHMAL HEWS.
MlIIIUV OlIIIISIMKK TO Al.l..
will not In' isuel
Tin: llawaiiuti baud gave .1 capital
conceit at Kniitm Ktiiiii lut even
ing. Am. the Uou'inniont o(lice will
iili-une Clirihtlil:H Da, an a public
liolitlay by losing
Tin: l'afille llardwaio Conimny
opeiutlont this iiioiniug a full lino
of cutlery in eases and plated goods.
Tun adjoin nod annual meeting of
the (!lo. W. l)e Lung IVinI U. A. It.
will bo held this evening at 7 -HO
AfUMilof b.iBCball will bo iila.M'd
iU 2 :U0 lo-inoitow afleiiioun at Ma
Isiki, between the llr-t and second
Kaiuoli ttnoha nine.
Tiik Hawaiian Kocial Club will
hold a lecoption and diutcu at thu
Arion ball this evening. It piomises
to be a ven nice ad.tii.
Os account of the unsettled condi
tion of the weather the pioposcd pic
nic of the Honolulu Itilles at I 'carl
harbor on New Yeai's day has been
Tnr. annual Clitistm.ts ttee festival
of the Chinesu eongtegation of SI.
Andrew's Catliedial will be held
in the Sunday school loom Tlnnd.iy
Mlt. Chits. .1. Fibltel ptoposc to
have a grand illiiminatton at his wtoio
this evening at 8 o'clock. Kveiyone
is invited anil there will be toys' fire
gi.ilis for nothing for the elnldien.
C1iAUi.11: l'mi:nso.v, the Diamond
Head lookout, Ue&iies tliiough this
papot to return his heattiest thank
to the pilots and met chants foi a
handsome sum of money contributed
as a Chri&tmas presont to hint.
Taking: a sly look at Mib. Os
bornu'b display of fancy goods at tho
Ailitigtou patlois this morning a
most goigeous and stunning kalei
doscope of fancy work was seen. The
parlois will be open tlm evening.
To-Moitnow afternoon at the Ohiist
mas concert at Emma. Square tho
Hawaiian band will appeal for the
lirt time as a string orchestra, and a
rare Meat may be looked for by tho
public. Tho programme given eUr
whcic contains full particular.
Mk. Noltc treated the pations of
the Beaver to-day to Christmas tur
key with cranbeny, blewed duck as
an alternative, am! dessert of apples
and nut". Tho Judiciary, Cabinet,
Mechanics' Union, Kefoim Party,
and the Presh vveie.iepresentedatthe
The Hilu Iteeord repot ts tho na
tives' ticket for Nobles on Hawaii
and Eepiehcntatives for Hilo, eo far
as known from their convention in
session on tho 9th ins t., as being: W.
If. Purvis, S. Parker, J. Pa7au, J. Ba
ker, J. Kauhanc, J. Kai, Kalana and
Mk. Morgan holds his last Christ
inas salo this evening at his Bales
room, when he will offer decorated
vases, China tea sets, clock?, oil
paintings, velvet rugs, jewelry, toys,
etc., ote. Here is a chance to obtain
presents. Everything will be Hold
Passiinciehk on the Australia will
have a fino Christmas dinner to
moitovv. Wo have bofoio its the bill
of fare, which is most artistically
gotten up, and contains a list of
viands of the most tempting nature.
Accompanying the bill of faio is n
card with the words, "A Happy
Hai.u, hearty, and vigorous, Judge
Widomann this day colobrates the
67th anniversary of his nativity.
Surrounded by a numerous progeny
and innumerable friends, all of whom
sincerely wish that ho may expeti
ence many and happy lopctitious of
tho day, tho judge teaches this mtlo
post in tho journoy of life. Cordial
Mr. L. J. Lovoy has received a lot
tot from Mr. Frank Clarke, stating
that the Boston Ideal Opera Com
pany will arrito in Honolulu on the
Australia January 10th, en route to
the Colonies. They will give thoir
first performancoin the Opera Houso
January 11th. Mr. Lovoy will give full
particulars immediately after tho ai
livalof tho strainer. This is a first
class organization in ovory respect.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Court Lunaliio No. CGOO A. O,
at 7 :30.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. 0. O.
Drill Co. n Honolulu lliflos,
at 7: HO.
Christmas salo at J. V. Morgan's
auction rooms, at 7.
ChiiBttnas tree at Chinese Church,
Fort street, at 0:110.
Fiist Cluistmas service at St. An
drew's Cathedral, at 7.
Ceo. W. DcLong Post, No. 4f,
G. A. It., at 7:!J0.
h o hTlu LUA R I OH .
The entertainment and hop by
the Honolulu Arion on Thursday
evening at their hall promises to ho
n most successful arlair. A very
handsome perinaucnt stage with all
the accessories has been erected at
one end ot the hall. The pro
gramme includes an overture by the
Hawaiian band, a comical play "Tho
lost umbrella," characters by mem
bers of tho club, a, comic nong aud
zithor solo, to coucludo with tho
comical farce "The railway mati
nee." Tickets tan bo obtained of
jura.? jot,uwnHi HmroiULtf. E, .. uhlQbmiwu a, urn
OF SOME OF THE HANDSOMEST GOODS EVER SEEN IN HONOLULU. JUST
RECEIVED AND NOW OPENING AT THE
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LIMITED,
(tioeofcoors to Dillingham A Co. and Samuel N'olt,
Among Hie inaiiv ltate mid lletutiftil Atticles in (ILAS ami DWOU V-THD W'Al'H, ate -ome exceedingly elmiee
speetntt lis of
MINTOX, WOHCKSTKK, VIKXNA. DACAKUT, DlM'.snEN,
ADDEHLKY, SONNENHEltlS, AClIAl'l, 1-P.S (illAS, ETC., ETC., E'lT.
Decorated Dinner & Tea Sets, Berry, Ice Cream, Salad,
Game, Punch, Mush, Fish, Toilet and Smoker's Sets,
BIKCT1T JAKS, CHEESE DISHES, UON'E PLATES, Cl PS amr SAl'CEllS, TEA PUIS, NIT DISHES,
HOSE JAISS In Dtcden, Vienna. Ten a Colin and othet wnes. Elegant Detoiatul TIM'KMniA
.1UGS. A few choice IHSQEE FIori.'ES, CAH1) STV.N'DS and TABLED In ood, I'lu-li, Itiuvs uud
m Oiivx. A few voiy handsonio
Piano & Banquet Lamps, ex Australia; Library, Boudoir & Hall Lamps, Lamp Shades & Globes
Now and beautiful in dej-ign and cokuing. Vanes, Klowei ll.isl.et-, Kolding Mumis, liiono. A
huge anil varied uMii!monl of
Glassware! "nnnBF Picture Mouldings
Maple, Vl , Oak, Oxydicd, Oilt, Antiqnp Silver, Stool, Wlulo A (iold, Silvi 1 A White, Ituiiil h,
English Oak, Oiangc Wood anil othet Panels. ,
Tolioipns; Alliums; Arlotyiiss; PliotoEravares; Engraviucs; Oil Paiilligii;
WINS0K NEWTON'S Oil. & W ATE 11 COLOHS, P.IU'SHES,
PALETTES, OILS, VAUNISlir.S, ETC., ETC., ETC A lull a-joitnient
GOLD. SILVER & BRONZE PAINTS, PICTURE FRABIES,
And ituinheiloss othet artieles that will well icp.iy a visit of inspection.
IPnoiiio IHCixi'd v.rc- Co., (I-d),
The festival of Christmas will be
observed at St. Andrew's and the
Jxoraan Catholic Cathedrals to-morrow
5.T. ANI)RKW I VTIII.IIUAI..
Bishop's Congregation Holy
Communion i:.'tO a. in. Morning
prayer with sermon at 0:30 a. m.
At this set vice special music will be
rendered including the Christmas
hymns. Evensong at 7 p. in.
Second Congregation Holy Com
munion at 7 -.'SO a. m. Morning
prayer with sermon at 11:1.") a. m.
followed by the Holy Communion.
At this service the following pro
gramme will bo tendered iy a choir
of tvvent -five voices:
Organ Pieltidu Pi occasional inC...
revival lcsponus Tallis
Vcnite fcavago in (.'
Proper l's.ilnis iu, !ft, S3
To Ueiiin in V IMki
Jubilate in V WiayTdjIor
I Heclt-Contfort jel
ononis Aim tue
Lgloty of the Lord...
Hynm O Come all ye faithful... No. .'ill
Sermon ltov. Alex M ackintosh
II inn Hat k the herald angels sing .
Oigan po-itludu March (Athalle)....
Immediately following this ser
vice will bo a celebration of the holy
ltOUAN CATHOLIC CATIIKORM..
Low ma3ses begin at 4 -30 a. m.
and continue until 9. Holy Com
munion from the third mass to the
last low one. At 10 a. in. high
pontifical mass, the St. LouU Col
lege choir performing tho musical
part as follows:
Credo Battma n
Agnus del Buehler
Gloiy be to God Goeb
The St. Louis College orchestra
will perform suitable selections dur
ing the mass.
At 3 p. m. confirmation, rosary
A PLEASANT MUSIGALE.
The mttsicalo at Oahu Collego Sa
turday evenintc was not so largel'
attended aa it ought to have been.
It has been the custom heretofore at
this school to have musicales at thu
end of the term, with the pupils as
paiticipants. On this occasion there
was a somewhat new departure, and
a fine programme had been prepar
ed. Two choruses wero given by
tho Honolulu Choral Society under
Mr. Ulssell's direction, nnd were well
received. Prof. Sauvlet showed great
skill at the piano in several solos.
He also played Beethoven's sonata
Op B!J, which was preceded with an
interesting explanation by Mr. Bis
sell. A book has been written by
Von Bulow, tho great pianist, in
which he explains all the Beethoven
sonatas. It is interesting reading
and those who play Beethoven will
And It invaluable A piano duct by
Miss Castle and Mr. Bissell was
rendered in fine htyle, and Miss
Nolte gavo much pleasure to the
audience by her capital singing of a
.song with violin obligato. The
musicale throughout was most huc
cessful. UIIANOE of RESIDENCE.
Hub removed from Kort Bluet to Ho
hello Laue, 1'alnmu.
Ofkick Uounsi 0 a. it. tn 12 m. and 0
r. u. to 0 1. m.
Mutual 00a-(tfuTELEPII0NE8iiarBell 475
A N Knorgctic, TrtiBtworthy
xx. collector and to mitkc
ueaorally useful In the otllco. Addrete.
Muting last place and terms doilred to
"I. O. Box 4A0." 423 tf
D1H-INOHAM, .IAS. O. Sl'ENt'P.K,
1'ie-mlent Mauagei S.
T r. iiohn's.
get j 11III
money s woith
BARGAINS in Xma-
Cikes f the
JD hi".t on tilt . at the
t'.uulv Pactoiv, H.tkerv and If. Ck.iiii
fpHEnioi ( oinfoilalilo and
JL IeetiiMiu P.itlor and li(
Cie.iin .a r. uunx-.
AT Ihti Pionicr Stu.im C'.ind I'.ic
tnt. Il.il.ory t lee (' earn J'.u
lots, joii will ibid the l.uget siock of
ChiiMinaN confectioner . llotel betvveon
Toil and Xiuiaim street-..
LT1 HORN c.in afford to ell eho.ipei
JJ th tn any other c'ablilinient in
Honolulu, beiiig Praetiortl Maslu of his
tunic and manufactures the goods him
self. No expensive labor cmplov i d.
I?AM I LI ES and evei.v bodv el-e
L llnd It to ilietr advantage to
beforu buj lug anjwlieie eNe at the
PlniK'oraU'nm Candy Faetoiy. liakeiy
and I'lensiuit Ice Uieam P.ulois, Hotel
between Toil and Nuuaiiil streets
XXf ANTED an A-oitve, 'Irustwoithy
?T Man as Col!e(.toi who wilt ren
der un iquivrflcut for smy ticelvrd.
Address Post Offlco Lock box No. ! SI.
Giving full particulars, rtftrenccs i ml
sality requlrtd. None other notice I
Furnished Cottage To Lot.
jJBiJfcJL AXEAT Cottage, do-di.ibly
KH located, containing 1 looms,
BiwSr-rB nicely furnished, kitchen, bath
room, Btable, henerj'', etc. Lot 1'JOx.tOO,
lawn, shade ttees and (lowers. Kent
$10 per month, including water rate and
HAWAIIAN Hl'SIXESJ AOENCY.
COTTAOK at Niuhalc
Jtx. wal, Palam i. next door
to V. Auld's premihea, con
taining kitchen, stable, carriage house
and other conveniences. For further
particulars apply to
Awnroot store, Mnniiakea itrtet.
Have just opened out a large new
htock of Holiday Goods, rnniprising:
.Set and Unset DiamondH, BiooelieH,
JJarringH, Braruli'ts, B.tnglcH, L.iee
and Hcarf Pins, IMngs of the ver.v
IuIchI dcijigns, Ladieu' and (iciiIh'
(3old and Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Ladies' Fob and VchI Chains,
Clocks, Beautiful Silverware, tc Ac.
&JF l'lict't) within the reach of
all. -111 lm
lufornid IiIh niiHtouier and the public
in genotal that he will
OPEN HIS NEW STOKE
In Mcliiernj'n nioi-l..
01 THURSDAY, tie 19111.
Givohlni a cull and cinnnno hU new
Watches, -i- jewelry
Ptices Marked in Plain Figuios,
n-7- Vmi nUiiiuiiil Work 11 ml all
kind of Jewelry Work u-ucuteil In (lm
f Iiwh ftyle. 40U if
DISPLAY !; Watches !
K. L. WINTElt,
Seciot.it v. Tienhtuei.
KOIIT and MEKHIANT STUEETS.
W. G. FISCHER'S
I'imonsGi'viid AdiveA. (Soli'un
Broiler and Hot Water Attachments
Cotisuininz one-third LES H'FLUinn
any other move in iituiue,
either wotd or coal.
No Brick Work About It!
Just a Coin Cut Stove!
Whose lUking qualities i ic uiinir
paused Reversible Grates !
This Grnte is of a trteifular form,
having three surfaces which ire reversi
bio, so thit n Bepainto topwirface etn he
need on alternatu duj? or if the one sur.
face in rourfo of use shows any wear
then tho other can bn tinned tip, end mi
on the other, nmUtig it iqunl in duro
hllltj to time dihlinct Gnttui-.
rou svt.u i:v nil
Hawaiian HarHfm Co,-,
Kort Street, Honolulu,
Opposite SprrxkelH1 Dunk
Siltibli forjpw Gifts
I havo just received from the intnufac
nireiH in Ireland a largo and assorted
Bhipnient of Irish 'Li)eiB of all kiiidt.
. CoiiBl8lng pf
Damask Table Cloths,
In new and heniitlfill patternb with
Napkins to mutch, from the cheapen
In the bent ipiulitlca manufactured.
In nil Mjlo and prices giiaritntoed,
j IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
In all Bllcfl and ipi'illtii c.
Of all miikus and patterns, the Illicit
selection ever imported AUo,
Doyley's Toilet Covers, Towels, &c, &c
Also, a fow very choice
CABINET: PHOTO : ALBUMS,
Mnnufar.uircd hv Marcus
Lo , (Limited).
K fRADE J
y IV1ARK M
Ladies & Gentlemen's
AT GIM'.ATI BEDrCEl) 1MUCES DURING THE HOLIDAYS.
Also, a New Invoice of Win's 'Extracts in 2 oz. Bottles:
YERVEINE, YLAXli YLANG,
CVMELIA, JOCKEY CLUB,
GARDENIA, ETC., ETC.
l.-0 V rilOIfB
Ixosnali's Perfuniesin Cases & Single Bottles
Colfrtitf'M ."Soaps I -(jit
weeks. 431 2w
All Watches will be. sold
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
OUK UltA.Nl) SILVER GIFT SALE
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1880,
Dining this i-.il
SILVER 4i P
Come and examine out NKW ClOODri, and jou will find them much
newoi and lowei in ptiees than cWvvhere. It ii our unalternblc deturmina
ttou to havo no iccourie to misleading or misrepie.sentation. Our advertise
ment truly ropresentB the Good we ofl'er for "jale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fino White TTntrimmed Straw Hats.
gyST Look nt mil llotel Street Window and sen the fine dibplay of
Silveivvare nuilahle foi tho llnlidayu. JgCM
The near approach of the hohdayn and overstock of Cioodri ninko it impe
rative that we make the mo-.! radical and sweeping changed in out prices,
and wo feel fully j untitled in ptthhclv .tsheiting that in the coming week our
p it tons can "-ecute advantages in
Dry Goods, Millinery k Mi Fmldlic Goods,
Which have never been equaled.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
ril'2do7 LndicH' ILtlbrigan Hoe,Hilk clocked; doz box, only fl.10 for the box.
LadicH1 Coloied Bordered llandkerchiefn,good qiuility'; 75 etna do.
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST.
gP Our Milhiiety in the lined line exhibited in thin city.
JEMfWo will niuko leductions in all our departini-ntH.
CIIAS. J. FISitEL;
I2U lm The Loading: Millinery Homho.
K. It. IlKNimr, President it .Managnr.
flouKltEV IlitowK, Secietiu itTieaiuivr.
HAWAIIAN HARDW ARE CO.,
Oppn. Hprockt-lh' ltnnk, : Fort 8trett llonotnlu.
IMrOllTKUS and DIJALERR IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -Glassware,
fhandolierfl, Kloutoliors, Lamps & Lamp Fixtures,
I'aintH, din & Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
l'owder, Shot it CapH, Machino-loaded Cartridges, Chamherlaiu'b 1'atonl;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silvct Plated Ware, Table & Pocket Outlory,
l'lowx, PlautcrH' Htcel Hoes, and othor Agticullnral Implements,
IIANDLKS OK ALL KINDS,
llart'H Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe A Holt Gutting,
Manila A. Simi! Hope, Ilubbor Hose,
Wire' Uotind Huhbur Hoho, Spincler-grip;
Sprinklers k Sprinkler Stands,
Union Motallip Cartridge C'o
llartinun'd Slcol Wire Funco A Steel Wire JlaU,
Wnt. G. FiiherV Wrought Steel ItangoH, Nenl's Oarriago PuinUi,
Oalo City Htono Filtiim,
"Now Pmcesfl" Twist Drills,
uov2U 8'J Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock.
joj" l'ivr'H HVh
way down low during the next two
Corner Fott & Merchant Strcctu.
m.ww rmu lnjj L-i-JMUS
Etc., Etc., Etc.
OR 30 DAY
evuj custouiei purchiibiiig the atiiouitt of iej.W
wottb will icctive .1 baiid'oine
Ioiin Kka, Vice-President.
Ckcii, IJttowx, Auditor.
"iev l'rocess Hope,