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DAILY Hiri,l,ETIN: L10N(!,lrl,l ', II. I., J.VNMAIiy "), UM.cj.
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MONDAY, JAN. 20, 1890.
.Stiiir Mtl.:ilni1:i fl'Hii ICaiiui
Slinl' Llkcllki f 1 (tin M n ill
.Stinr Iwalunl from Hiiui'ikiiii
Sclir Kaw'.iihiiil fioin Kmil.iit
Sluir Kaulu fitim Kuhukii
Sclir Mile Mollis from Knolm
Sclir Wsilt'liu from Kauul
Sclir Ktiutihi.t ft out Kauai
.1.111 J!l .
Am Iiifjl W (I Ii-v In, MeCullorh. for
San I'l.'inrNro al noon
Am lik iMiill'il.i. SwIii-on, for 1'orl
Sttnr.l A Cummins fur Knol.ui ut ll u m
Stmr.laiiius Mukee for K:ii:iuiiI Ji i 111
Sluir Mokulll for Molukttl nt 5 p tu
SlmrWulitlruli1 for Kidmen mill II.11111-
lei ut 5 p ui
St'hi- Wulehu for Kahtiku
YESSELS LEAVIH3 TO-MORROW?'
Stuir Mikahul.i for Kniiai ut f. p ui
Stinr l.lkellkc for Muni ut ." p 111
Am likt.S N Cuttle, Hubbairi, tor Sun
FruiicJ-eii ut 1 p in
Si'br Mnl W.ihiue for Kolial.t
sdir Mllli' MuitN for Kooiuu
Sclir Kuwull'im for Kooiuu
I'lom Mntil MTlwtr I.lkclll.e, Jiin l!i
-- 1) Toome . II II Ituilev. A Kim. T V
Kvetelt, Ml'sl Sheldon. I: S llu clilnnil,
W II Cnumcll. .1 I' Kutwihiul Mnl -'.'.
Ki inn Kauai, tier Hmr Mlktiliul.i. .Jan
in V KinidM'ii, Mi lurkrr1MI'H Parker,'
1; 11 iioijraaru, ciuistiiui (;maii, mm
.1 Kukiiin, (' Cnlili, A iium!it'i!. i: .1 (1
Ihyaiit, I I' Kimo.i, Mnsti-is Coinailt
(.'), mnl lfi deck.
Fiom llaluukila. per tmr lwulmil,
.lull 111 .1 Mutsileii, It A l.vmiili. .1 It
Mills. A HtiiuiT. A i: lloliier, unit in
The sit-inner l.lkellki' Itloiijtlit
h.ti-'J ciiKiir, "i liotvt's 1 1 1 pk;s mimlrliH,
Tim Aiiit'rli::iu hiiikiMitlni' S X Castle,
(japtiilii II T. Ilubhuid, will li'uu' to
inorrow afteruoon for "San Frani'lsro
with about 11,00(1 hag .usir. Slu took
In to-day liouily 8,000 haj?- .uirar fioin
t'ni HloiiliR'!- I.lkcllkc, I al.iiil, uiitl
'I'hc stcntimrs Iwalant and .Mikahala
hronght 2,310 and :t,:i!)i Imki Migar iu
The tern Fieil ESiintlera ihiMicd .dl
rliut'ghiK cortl thlH'aftcriionu. Sim ftotM
on the Marine Railway to-inoitow.after
tin! Allien Uei Is IowciimI, to hi'
The hrlfjantlne V C. Irwin sailed yp
terUuv noon for Sail Fruneiieo with the
fDllitwIiigMilpinentu: W (J Irwin, 5,03!)
liaK1 sugar: Hyiiian llnw, I ,r,0o bagr.
ilee: M S-Orlnbaufti & Co, 2,500 lngs
lice; Campbell, Muisball & Co, Air
helH biiiianax. Domeilie value ."i0,
CHINESE NEW YEAR.
Willi the noise of lire-crackers
and bombs, jubilant shouts around
the festtre fto'ardpaiul plenty of rice
brandy anil'rcd faces, Chinese New
Venr has again come lo the inconve
nience of housekeepers. The streets
about Chinatown lo-ilay wear a. holi
day aspect, while the Chinese mer
chants, extravagantly dressed, boh
out of this place into that, making
calls. The Chineso United Society
held a reception at their Club House
between the hours of 10 and 1
o'clock to-day. Representatives of
diplomatic and mercantile positions
called and paid their respects, being
received by Mr. Goo Kim and Mr.
Ah Lee with cordiality.
MONEY BEAT THEM.
Ab evidence of the increasing va
lue of real estate, when well -located
for agricultural or grazing purposes,
the lease disposed of pestcrday nt
public auction, furnishes aii evi
dence. The sale lias been advertis
ed for'o. couple of weeks in this pa
per,' of the lease for fifteen years of
a tract of 317 acres of land near the
Pcpcckco plantation, in the Ililo
district, owned by the Government.
A company of natives had offered
on aunuafront of Sl,30.r).50, for fif
teen years, and this was given as
tho upset price. The lease was dis
posed of by Mr, Tlassinger, at pub
lic competition, for $2,1)80 per an
num, for the above term, to the
l'epeekeo sugar company, and will
probably he devoted to tUo cultiva
tion of cane 1 1. O. Advertiser,
Kditok Hiii.uvritf: Does not the
Advertiser know that cone lands
were1 leased fori $7 and more per
aero perfaniuiin"tcir years since?. J
Hut this is the train of thought
inspired by the above precious Item.
A company of natives, just "mao
iis" ncrhans, or "kanakas" prob
ably, or "Hawailans" it may he,
found a tract of Government laud
that stilted a plan which the approv
ed, and they iiiadoaiiyoffer-for.it.
Money heal them, asf thoy seem to
have lacked Noble electors that Is
SHOO roen In thelrnumber.
lu view of such a brilliant sale it
Is no wonder, that, the hpnie, inlnifl-f
tern' platform . utterly Ignores.' and
wholly fails to refer to the "home
stead'" act. The "natives" may
huve made the last bid before the
hammer fell, but that last dollar fiom
a plantation won the tiick and the
auu - (Jitiytivr.
will tie p-ild hy
ii ...i,,,i,ir. . II. I
Jj)f)U Hart & Co.
,jli;' jinn vu v". " in'.... .....v
will (jive itirn?iiintlou llml will lottvlnt
III pilHV wini nrniie nun un- i.iur nu
(Jienm Parlnison Kihhiy night, Januaiy
17, IH'JO. " 'lr"t
HWP. BKST PAPER to subwime
L lor I thu "Da Iv ..llllutlll." CO
L lor Itt tuu
,"" enti per moiilh.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
ItKAii I lu notice to fllippeiS
A ii'ii.Mi clcik or a uighl w.tteh
inuii (if opeiience wants entplov
Ciinir .lulice .lurid will Iumi the
icitiiiinin c.w;s on llu1 fjtliMttlm for
(ln .Imiiiaty teiin.
A mtiKi ."ketch of llu1 liiU .
PreMoii nnil other mlieles ate
over for w.inl of space.
'I'm: Catholic Lailicu' Henevolenl
Society inteuris holding a fuir mi .Ian
limy ISO, in (he Aiioti Hull.
A Chinaman at I'lilniiiii in letting
oil" a lionib this 11101 ninj:, lurily injiit
cil his liiiml I iy the upetutioii.
A .MiiKrtNo of llio thiiil ililtiel
Nnlionnl lli-former.s will lit" hold ut
(ho old Armory, (jneen Mrcet, thi
Vix'OI'nt Toiii, AcliiiK .lup.iiii'ho
Consul, visited thr IhiKlixh wm vessel
Champion thin liiHinint,' uihI leeched
thi! custmnuiy dilute.
At seven n'elo.ik this evenine; the
line ulllcer.s of tho llonolllltl diilltH
will meet, in citizen clotlii'H, to elect
field and blah nHiceii foi llu1 coming
'I'm: Uefoiui Putty will hold a mass
me.itiiiK at Iho Kifli-s' Aiinmy, Himi
tuniu itifi't. this owmmiik, at 7 :!HI
SpcPclii'H hy Hoininci'i for
.Mil. .1. U. Mill, of llmnikaa,
cliuiKcil wilh complicity in the nun
denif (iolo, w.isliiounlit t' Honolulu
hy tin Ittaluni, ycbterduy, and i
loclccd up awaiting dial.
At an caily hour on Sunday morn
iiiK a ipiartol aione on the Ppluiiude,
ld'tWPi'tr iiMi.Uivi! uuil a foreigner, re
Hiilting in a liioken h'g for the unlive
mid the anckt of thi) foieigner.
A ciha.I) file woik.s exhibition, to
inonow oveninK, tit :'M o'clock, on
'the esiilaiiade, at the end of Alakeu
. ' ..i... .. ... .1... 1. ..:i. :....
81 reel. Ailllllhiion 10 inu iiiuniiii
eicoted for the pin pone, o) cent.", 7;
cent?, and one dollar. Ticket's pin
cnrahle. al Hip ollicfc of Mr. L. .1
Tin: final peifotinaiioe of the Bos
ton Specialty Co.,alllioOpeia House,
Satuiday night, wan not hugely at
tended." Thu piogiamriii; iff the pic
vioiib evening waa icpeated and
put thioiigh with haute, ending al
10 o'clock. The company will leave
for the Colonies hy the S. S. Ala
A iiiii'OHT has been circulated that
the hltip-wiecked etew of the How
land, who woie, biought to thirdly
on the 10th inst., Juive not hoenio
peily healed by the U. S. Consul.
On making innuiiic at Clio proper
place it wub asoertujucd that the.
sailois weio all piopcily clothed, fed
and housed. Some of them have
been rc-t-hipped or sent away, hut 13
yet lemain. Tlioeo jcmaining ailoif
arc paid to be a hard lot, and having
refused parage to the Status me out
of the Consul's handx. They have
sold their clothing and every other
saleable thing thoy could lay tlftir
hands on for rum.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Mass meelino: at the Rifles'
mory, at, 7: DO.
Meeting line ollleers Honolulu
Uitles for election of Held and staff
olllcers, at 7.
Meeting of voters of third dis
trict, at old Armory, at 7:150.
Band Conceit atKmma Square, at
Meotings of Inspectors of Elec
tion, for regUtratlon of votcm.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand will
play this evening at Emma .Square
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho programme:
Overture Queen of .Spade Kuppe
CiiTatimi Uuatrlci) dl Teiiiln. . . . llulllul
Patrol Eff.vntl.ui Stimix
Selection Italian Opera Kanney
K inuii ka ea.
Pirates of IVnance
Onion Viwtl Zlkoft-
Polka-Marvellous Tower.. . .Kahrbach
Wall. Tet eado 1 Kclle
- HE DREW A REVOLVER.
, At about woven o'clock on Satur
day evening thcqiiiet of the neigh
bVrhood lying between King Street
bridge and the Honolulu Soap Works
was considerably agitated, by cries
of "haul in." Tito noiso was main
ly in the public street, where a
mixed cioutl had assembled. From
what could lib gleaned on the spot,
it appeared, that a native hail been
playing billiards in the Buy View
Resort, and made an attempt lo de
camp without meeling the monetary
abligation incurred. He was follow
ed into the street by the person
in charge; and tho money demand
ed, the demand being backed up
by the by-slanders. The debtor
drew from his pocket a live chamber
revolver, wjth threats to use it. A
sturdy young man in the crowd
seized the deadly .weapon, and after
a.littlo struggle secured possession
of it. The offender was marched to
the Police Station by a squad of
hU countrymen and given in charge,
Two chambers f H10 revolver weie
found lo contain cartridges; the
other throe were empty. The case
was called in the Police Court this
morning, mid remanded till Wednesday.
THE LATE MR. JUSTICE PRESTON.
Itf MilutloiiH or 1,'oinlolciicc Ailupleil.
li.V Hie lluualiuii llur
The Supreme Court .npcncd.at lo
o'clock this morning, Hie Chief .Jus
tice and Justices McCtilly, P.icker
tou and Dole 011 the bench. The
Court was draped in mourning, as
was also the seat formerly occupied
by the late Mr Justice Preston.
'Mr. V. M. Hatch presented the
Wtii:iii:s, It has pleased Almighty
God to remove by death the lion.
I0d. Preston, 2d Associate Fus
lico ot the Supreme Couit, "
JiHtolectl, That in the death of Mr.
Justice Preston the Court has losl a
.member of profound legal learning
of great ability nnil of unquestion
able integrity ; that the members of
the bar tender to the widow of the
deceased Justice their sincere sym
pathy; that the Court he moveil 10
enter these lesoliilions 011 the ie
cords of the Court.
lu presenting the 1 evolutions, Mr.
Hatch Miit'' thai the members of the
bar were greatly shocked nt the sud
den death of Mr. Justice Preston.
He was a man ot profound legal abil
ity especially in the common law ;
and a man of tender feelings. They
had losl a man whom it would be
hard to teplacc.
Mr. Cecil lliown spoke of his first
intimacy with the late Justice some
fifteen .years ago. He was always
vety kind to young praclitioneix.
ami he had never heard an unkind
word from him lo any member of Hie'
bar. The bench and bar lmil lost a
man whom it would be hard to re
place. No one could say a word
against hK integrity. Mr. Justice
Preston was a man respected by
everybody, and 110 one can say any
thing but' good of him.
Mr. J. M. Davidson said the Gov
ernment hud lost a li ieil, ti listed
ami honored oincer. lie nan aiwayn
conducted himself in the most up
right manner, and his word was his
law. As a member of tho bar, and
he was sure he echoed the senti
ments of the oilier mentbeis of the
bur, he deeply legietled the death
of Mr. Justice Preston.
His Honor Chief Justice Judd
said : We stand aside for a moment
to-day, from the excitements of busi
nessand legal and political discussion,
to pay our tribute of respect and af
fection to the memory of our friend
and Associate whose earthly career
closed so unexpectedly last Friday.
Death and decay hide away from
our sight the forms of our friends
and silence their voices lorever. He
who so lately occupied this chair at
my .side will never return lo us. I in
pressed with this thought our words
of him should be truthful and sin
The deceased came to this coun
try neatly twenty years ago. He im
mediately formed the acquaintance
of our fraternity, and look a seat in
my law olfice awaiting the creden
tials which should secure his admit
tance to our bar.
I 0011 formed an opinion of Mr.
Preston which many years of associ
ation thereafter has not changed,
that he had a knowledge of tho prin
ciples of law w liich only a long course
of thorough training can .secure. In
mastership ot Hie common law of
England and of the rules of pleading
I venture the opinion that he has no
equal here. The readiness with which
his opinion of a legal question would
be given soon won for him confidence
and business which he conducted with
marked success. .An unsubstantial
case tie rarely pushed and more than
one client lias found, when his .eat
in his own cause would lead him to
discuss Mr. Pieston's advice and pui
sne his case, that the advice was
A quick perception of faults in
pleading made him, as a Judge,
sometimes impatient of carelessness
and inaccuiacy of statement. Hut
whoever upon whom his censure fell
could never have fell that it can led
with it aught of ill will thereafter.
II anyone has had this impression
he entirely mistook the character of
Judge Preston. Having a retentive
mctuoiy and a mind well stored with
the law as found by the great lights
of jurisprudence, and wilh the facts
of English History, he brought to
Hie bar nnd lately to the bench an
clement of consci valism and strength
thai was wholesome, and especially
valuable to our peculiar community.
As an Attorney General) his coun
sel was wise and conscientious and
his inlluence in Cabinet, in Privy
Council and as a citizen has done
much lo secure for this Kingdom an
advance in liberal, responsible Gov
ernment. As a legilator he ought to he
gratefully icmembeicd. 1 know of
110 more important, uqr more valua
ble Statutes, nor any freer fiom im
perfections than those drafted by
him and by him nariied through the
J.pgislatiuc of lS7li. I refer to the
act consolidating the rules ot evi
dence and the act of criminal proce
dure. Whatever changes may lake place
in the pcrsouel of the bench of this
Kingdom or 111 thu system of juiis
prudence, Edwaid Picston will bo
lemembered as a wise, fearless and
For this iiencit, 1 'name you,
Brethren, lor the Resolutions pre
sented expressive of your icspect.
They will be entcicd on the'records
of this Court.
Mr. Hutch moeil that thoOouit
and members of thu bar wear a
badge of mourning for tho next
I hiity days, in the buttonhole.
Tlie business of the term was then
pioeeedt'd wilh, '
(Xo D.ingi r
On Tuesday & Wednesday Evenings,
.I'UiuiM 2s 22nd, at 7.110 n'lkl, tlieie will he "i u
New Market Ground, Esplanade,
The Crumlot Exhibition of FIltE WOUKS cei mcii in the Kingdom.
The Exhibition will conuiM of
Pleccfj. Describing Battle Scones, Birds, Animalu, Floweru,
&c, &a, nil Being Most Natural & Picturesque.
The ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
Doors opon 11 1
at !::I0 ii'i'loel
fr Tickets can he
Koit mnl (Jiieen Miccls.
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
BChAK fe 111
M'IilM'iiy Itloolc, TVo. ?? I 'ort Mli'ccl.
Freicli, Eilisli aid American Dry aM Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC..
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
NOTES FROM WAILUKU.
The steamer Kinau had a remark
ably Hinoolh passage lo Maalaea Hay.
The landing of a large number of
Japanese at Lahaiua detained the
steamer so that, it was one o'clock
this morning before she reached the
Wailuku is very quiet. Rain lias
been threatening for some day.s,
but only an occasional dropping lias
There aie prospects of a huge
meeting in tlie interests of the Na
tional Kcform l'arty at tlie rink to
night. The Honolulu situation is
eagerly enquired about, the utmost
surprise being expressed at the re
jection of Hon. A. Young by the
Reform convention, and the Ger
mans arc indignant at the squelch
ing of their nationality by the same
The lloau'i of Inspectors is sitting
here to-day. Hon. John Itichartlsou
raised a breeze over his being left oft"
the Giand Register lor litis dintiicl.
Hon. Jos. U. Kawnlnui is here
electioneering as candidate in tlie Re
lorm Faity'H interest for Represen
tative of liana. The opposition to
him is veiy strong, lie is the guest
of lion. J.' W. Kalua, as is this Na
tional Reform candidate for N0I1I0
from Honolulu, who Is meeting with
a Mattering reception fiom voleis ge
nerally, including some whoaiciatcd
on the oilier bide.
Tlie National Reformcis are conli
denl and enthusiastic.
Tlieie is a good deal of comment, on
the uctiou of the MinUtur of tlie
Interior, in forwarding blank natur
alization papers, appiovcd ofllcially
by him, to alien candidates on this
( iovernmenl ticket. The candidates
or their agents did not know enough
to llll nut the blanks before having
will be in ATTENDANCE !
: .; : : 4-1 (10
: : : : : : (
7 o'clock, Exhibition to commence at 7 :I!0 and
the ollh'e of Lewis .1. Levey, coiner of
LOOK hinc; CO.
27 - b!)
them sworn to befoie tlie Ciicuit
Judge, thus exposing the Ministeri
al dodge of making everything
straight for the party's candidates.
The wreck of the baik J. A. King
is still to the foio. The schooner
Anna, Capt. Williams, is in port at
Kalmliii, also thebrigauliue John I).
Spieckels, Capt. Christiansen, and
a collier from Newcastle, I Ihink the
Wailuku is one of the largest ci
ties in tlie world I 1'walkeilall this
forenoon, and did not cover half of
(he city plot.
Wailuku, Jan. 18.
ATTENTION, rili' Hart A
IX. Co, 1'roprU-tnra nl the Klilis lee
Cream 1'irlom, mi Hotel street, will
keep their cstabliulimcut lit up (luring
nildil lime, and will pay any police
officer mi wiiicli llio sum if S'Otliut
ciiteltcfl uny iiLMpnsHPrs on their pre.
miM's. -trill ill
A Fuir will he uivm by lite CiitlmliP
Lulle ' lli'iicviih'iit.iiidity mi
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
un 'ni i
NEW ZEALAND A1ULLKT
"IIY use cuiiiioil minion when New
TT ',1'iiluiiil Mullet, iiroiioiuieiil by
lu In: vastly huh'iIoi,
Wlinh-siiin Hi'iMits urn
,1. K. IIIIOWN ,V CO.,
Mi'icli mt hin-t.
Views of the
The Equitable shows figure equal (0 those
sheets of sonic wry re-qicet.iblo-.sized SlaltM. T
Tlie Equitable Life Assurance Society is a colossal Institution. It. h
unique lu its position and 111:11 velous in it-, leeord. It occupies the, highest
place among kindred institutions. The IrMi Iiiiurancc. I! inking , and
Financial Journal. , ,
Ills no Use disguising the fact that the Equitable holds a remarkable,
position among tlie Insurance olllccs of the Woild. It does a larger bnsi- "
'ness, holds a larger surplus and give 1 a belter conliact than any'ollier
.company. Leamington Spa Courier.
With the pitiful system of state iiiMiiancc in Germany compare what
is done by somcol the gi eat private Assurance Companies, hy .the greatest
of llteni all, for instance, Ihe Equitable Life Assiiiance Society of the I'niteil
states. Dublin Lvceiim.
I . s
Tlie laigcst of Ameiican Life Olliees and then-fore the hirijest in the
World is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the I'. S. fl'airpiay of
London. , t
Tlie ollice tint lut- done the most in piomotiiig safe, ami llbeial., Life
Insurance is the Equitable Life Ahsui.iiu'i' Society of tlie I'. S. 'Loudon
Now biiiness in
Income Jor ISK1I,
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Lite Assurance Socielv
of Ihe I. S. Jan-1-f'o
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Good?,
NEW INVOICE OF
Fence Wiie, Hl.ick Steel
Hl.iel: Staplec, Special Qttility Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! - or NEW GOODS !
In nil lines by lute uriivuln. Agents for
Rubber (nrricn Hose, Wire Hound Hokc, Steam Homo,
or vr.it v sri'insioi: qi-amiy.
1'ACIFIC HAUDWAUF. CO., (LV),
II. F. Dii.i.imuiam, .1. (. Si'UNcmt, F. L. WiNrmi,
jan-O'.M) l'lcsiitciit. Manager it Sei'tetmy. Tie.isuu-r.
' CASTLE & COOKE,"
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & IXSUJIA.NCK AC1KNTH,
Builders" aud General Hardware, Agricultural Implement?,
PLANTATION MIJ1M I .1 KM.
C.iipcnleip', Itl.ie.kvniilliK', Machinists' A I'lumbem' Torlr,
HOIJSE FU JIN 1SJ LING GOODS:!
i Kilclieti Hteu.silfl, I'uints, Oils, Vutuishc.', L.ut.p (iondi and
Blukfi's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox Sl (libbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicine.
J:. It. IIknohy, Pre-lileiit A: Manager.
(ionriiKY IlmiWN, Secieuity Tie:ituer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Spreckolh' llnnk, : Fort Nl reel, llonoliilii.
IMI'OIITEKS and DKALEKS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -: Glassware,
Clianilelieis, Klei;tolicrn, Laiiip it Lamp Fixttuen,
I'.iintH, oiln A' Vatniitheti, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
I'owilct, Shot A Capf, Machine-loaded Uurtridi;es, ('hanihetl.iin'h I'.ileitt (
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver l'l.itcd Ware, Table & Pocket Cutlery, . ( '
Plow-, Pl.tnlerV Steel Hoes, and other ARiioultural IniplenieulH,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
H.iiI'h Patent "l)upli'" Die
Manila A. ,iial Hope,-nuliber none,
U'iie llounil Kubbi'r How, Hpineter-Kiipi
Spi jiiLli.'id A Spunkier Standi.,
Union .Metallic C.utiidgo Co., .--UJ
llmtniaii'n Steel Wire Fence t Sled Wiro Maly,
Kishei'rt Wiouuht Steel llniiKi-h,
(late Cltv Slonii F
tlie national balance
Insurance World -of
. I7.",ono,n)0 no
, ..)2,."i0O,00D on
& Cutlery. Just at Hand;
Fence Wire, Galvuui7:d Staples,
Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Stock for Pipe ,t Holt Cittliiir;,
ir '. J
"-e;v noccn" Hope.
PioceW Twist Dtilli, ,
HtirtV Patent "Duplex" Die Stocke,
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