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UAU-Y UMLUITIKi JiO.yO.LULU,
(., i12liRUAKy 13, IHi.U.
TUESDAY, FED. 11, 1800.
V 0 H.-lII from Hawaii nml Maul
rMirMnry fiom Itnnnlci
fe.'hr Cutcrlnn fiom Hannpopo
Stun- Llkellke or Mnvit nt 5 p m
Stiiir Mlknhahi (or KniinlJi ) m
SlinrKlhiiieiillou tor MnmaMin at Spin
Sehr l.eahl for Knuui
Sehr .Mile Mori Is from Koolau .
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RH?w!
Stiiir Hawaii for Iliunukun at 10 a m
ttflir Ivitiililiiii for Lnlo
Sehr Mary for Hnnnlel '
The Gernuin Balk Geo N Wilcox,
Capt W Itiiseli, Milled ruli-ulay nfioi
noou JorSnivrraneWoo with 10,327 bgs
sugar valued lit S'J0,C00. The consignees
were: II Hnckfeld & Co, lS,r.Ul bugs;
M S Grliibmun A Co, U,CM bair
The bark Lady Lampoon came off Hie
Murine ilidlwnv on Saturday nflciunun
where he lecclved new milts of cnppci.
ThoAin tern W S Itowno, Onptnlu W
Milium, ai lived off port on Satin day
altctnoon with 400 tons sujrnr from Mn
Jlukonn. Sbo came here, to land four of
bur ciew who weic 111. Tho liownu
silled again yctcrday ufteriioou for San
Tile .steamship Zctdaudln sailed Hun
dav for Sun FiancUeo with 2,717 bnrhs
luinanfli ami 21 boxes betel leaves. The
Hhlppeis weio: Campbell, Marshall A
co., U7 uncus; u i. iiopKins, hud; ,i
E Itroivu A Co, 100. Domestic value,
The Brit Iron bark Dciuifleld, Cnptuln
Andrew Irvine, anlved at this port on
Saturday afternoon, Feb 8th, after a
splendtj inim-age of l!!l days from
TJveipool. She brings a full cargo of
general iiR-rclmndUc. Two bul,B oon
HignBd to Messrs Theo li Davles it Co
univod in good condition. 'Hie Dcnn
lleltl is moored at In ewer's whaif, the
burk II li-tckfcld buying been moved to
tttc I'aelflc Mall Coui.nuy's whaif to
in ike room-for her. Meesrs. Thco. II.
Duvles it Co are her agentc
The bark S C Allen w ill '.ail on Thurs
day for ran Francisco.
The bark Meiom Bulls next week for
Kabulul, Maul, to load Riigar for San
Tlie bark Hcsperwill tlnlsh dlseharg
1 ig tier coal on Thursday. She will sail
lu ballast on Saturday for Paget Hound.
Tho bark Alex McNeil ban been dock
pj at tho Fort street whaif to discharge,
SMITH In Honolulu, Feb. If, Mrs. J.
II. Smith, aged 74 years.
S& Funeral lrom tho residence, SCO
11 irrtttnin street, to-morrow (Wednes
ij i.v) afternoon nt 4 o'clock. Ftleuds
and acquaintances arc respectfully In
vlted to attend.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A oottaor on runclibowl slioel,
neir Pnlaco-Walk, is to let.
Tom Fat -has a notice to-day of a
change in the firm of Hop Yick Co,
It is said that there was 85 per
cent of moisture in tho air this morn
ing. Gko. W. nu Long Post, G. A. R.,
will have its monthly meeting to
night. . m .
Oceanic Council, A. L. of H., is
advertised to have business of iui
Tub qunrteily meeting of the
Union Feed Co. will bo held nt 11:30
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane, who left by
1'ie Zcnlaudio, will return by the
Australia on March 7.
Many new cases of sickness nro re
ported to-dny, among others laid
unido being Minister Thurston.
- ' -l'iUKCBKawnnanRkoa
to have entered tho lloyal Agricul
tural College at Cirencester, Eng
land. , . ...-..
The electric light resumed its be
nignant sway over tho strcots last
night, after a icign of daikness for
vo or three nights.
Thr death is announced, nt Berke
ley, Ciil., of Mis. Aim Chapman,
motherin-law of Hon. Godfroy
llhodes, formorly of Honolulu, nt the
aje of 82 years.
Col. V. V. Ashford was unanmi
ously elected Colonel of Hawaiian
Volunteers, nt tho meeting of the
st.ifl'und lino ofllccis of llio Honolulu
Hides last night,
IIain feel briskly seveial hours this
f irenoon. l'coplo looked for a down
r ght kona that would clear up tho
oir.'but aLout noon tlio clouds bioke
up with tho wind still south.
Only one more precinct hue been
h ;nrd from siuce last issue. It is ox
peeled that tho steamer W. G. Hall
will bring most of tho missing re
turns from Hawaii and Maui this af
ternoon. The Dumxtin Weokly Sunimaiy
issued to-day is a, good number for
tho steamer Australia's mail. Uc
s'des election news it contains a full
roport of tho Firo Department's par
udo and banqueta.
OrncKRB of tho Kapiolani Turk
Association for the ensuing year ine:
Hon. A. 8. Clcghorn, Tresident ; Hon.
Cecil Brown, Vice-President; Hon.
V. G. Irwin, Treasurer; Mr. Walter
M. GifTnrd, Secretory.
The twelfth organ recital will he
given nt lCaumaknpili Chinch next
Monday evening, thu 17th iust., at
7 :30 o'clock-. On this occasion Mrs.
W. W. Dimond, Miss M. E. Ciitten
dou of San Francisco, and Lieut. T.
. Fillotta will sinff, and there will
lift envernl orRnij folo,".
(.I.AUSIOSK ASP TALMA1L.
.Iiinuary 24, Dr. Tnluiagc of
Drnoklyn took lunchoon and pent.
the afternoon with Gladstone tit
Ilawnnlen. They had ti lony talk
on religious nnd political (ittestion?,
in tho course of which Gladstone
sniil: "Talk nbout, the questions of
the day. Thero is hut ono question,
nnd that is the gospel. K can nnd
does correct everything needing cor
rection. All mail nt tho head of
great movements tire Cluistian men.
My only hope for the world in to
bring the human iniiid into contact
with divine revelation."
Dr. Talinnge asked Gladstone if
the cause of Irish homo rule would
be victorious. Gladstone brighten
ed up nnd responded emphatically,
"Yes, when the next election
comes." lie continued: "It seems
to be a dispensation of God that I
should be engaged in the battlo nt
my limo of life.
"I should bo lcsting. I never
had tiny opinion in these matters
and 1 dislike contest, but when lie
land, ouco tho refuge of persecuted
Englishmen, showed herself ready
to adopt a righteous constitution
nud do her full duly, I hesitated not
a moment to espouse Iter cause."
When the gcntlomen were parting
GIadstoc said: "Give my highest
regards to President Harrison, and
express to Mr. lllatne my deepest
sympathy with him nu account of
the loss of his beloved son."
Morrow introduced a Chinese ex
clusion bill in the House of Repre
sentatives Jan. 20, which is sub
stantially tin: same us Senator
Mitchell's bill. It means tho abso
lute exclusion of Mongolians, whe
ther they have been hero before or
not. It prohibits the Chinese from
passing through the country and ex
cepts only olllcials of the diplomatic
or consular service. It departs from
the Mitchell bill only in certain de
tails respecting Customhouse ex
aminations and provides for addi
tional penalties. Ibis bill practic
ally covers the Clunic bill, but has
a wider scopo and will givn the
coast the nnti-Chincso legislation it
Mr. Morrow also introduced a bill
in aid of the merchant marine ser
vice of tho United States, which is
practically the Fryc bill of the Sen
nte. It provides for a bounty of itO
cents per ton per 1000 miles for all
vessels, sail or steam, between Am
erican and foreign ports.
nOYAL VISIT TO AMERICA vnOJKCTr.il.
It is stated from London on ex
cellent authority that thu Prince of
Wales contemplates a visit to Am
erica in the spring. Ho will be ac
companied by the Princess of Wales
and possibly his second son, Prince
George, yrho will bo 25 years old
next June. Tho royal physicians
have for some time past been advis
ing the Princess to undcrtaka a sea
voyage for her general health, and
now thai she has suffered so severe
ly from inlluenza the recommenda
tion has been urgently renewed.
The Prince has also been consider
ing tho Atlantic remedy for some
time in connection with his own re
cent ailments. The journey will bo
confined to New York State and
Canada, as tho time is limited. The
royal party will travel incognito.
IlAN'QlTT TO STANLEY.
Riaz Pasha, the Egyptian Pre
mier, presided at a banquet in honor
of Stanley nt , Cairo Jan. 20. Nu
merous distinguished Europeans
wcro present. In proposing the
health of Stanley Riaz eulogized his
services to tho world and science.
In responding Stanley recounted
tho main points of his journey and
dwelt upon Emin's vacillation. He
touched feelingly upon Emin's acci
dent, and thanked tho audienco
warmly in behalf of himsclt nnd
companions for the great honor ac
TWIN'S ntVALS TO A TITLE.
Lord Napier of Magdala left two
sons, twins, Robert and George.
After much discussion among the
doctors and nurses ns to which en
tered this world first, tbo family de
cided that Robert should inhorit the
title. George protested. As a
compromise tho family counsel pro
pose to givo Georgo a handsome
annuity and-ono or two titles. There
Is no parallel case in the history of
the Hritish peerage.
KNULANi) AND I'OltriMJAL.
A London despatch of Jan. 20
says : Tho Portuguese Government,
finding that tho powers aro unwill
ing to mediate in the dispute be
tween Portugal and England con
cerning their territory in East Af
rica, will submit to Lord Salisbury'1
full demauds under protest, whilo at
tho samo'timo it will try to concili
ate Portuguese public opinion.
An attempt to increase the capital
of the Portuguese Mozambique Com
pany from 815,000,000 to $2.0,000,.
000 has fulled.
SIOIIMY SCENE IN THE FRENCH AS-
Ill the Chamber of Deputies Jan.
20 Flourons raised a brcczo by ques
tioning tho Government in regaid to
the rights of French flsheuucn in
Newfoundland, which he claimed
had been violated grojslv by the
HpullrTi Minlstd of Foreign A l'
fairs, -i'phliti('d that the cotnpllrn
Hon had been caused by the New
fotindland Parliament claiming Hint
a distinction nhottld he mtulc be
tween cod as n fish and lobstcra as
Crustacea, but this distinction was
not admissible. France had the tut
rcbtrictcd right to uso Hint part of
the coast occupied by her In drying
or othenviso preparing whatever liv
ing thing could be caught in the
waters whcio French fishermen hnd
u right to ply their industry. The
Chamber could rely on tho ugilanee
of tho Government.
Flourons protested sign in Hint the
rights of fishermen had been violat
ed and that the Government did not
protect them with proper eueigy.
"Wo arc obliged," ho said, "to ap
ply to England to make our rights
respected. It is fur us to enfoice
respect. This is not a question for
negotiation, but for police mens lies.
As England will not tike steps to
change the conditions, merely be
cause they nro prejudicial to Fiench
fishermen", it is for us to protect our
own men and interests."
Lachambic also asked wltclhor
fishermen were to receive protection
from the naval division.
Admiral Kraulz, Minister of Ma
rine, said that n naval commander
could not interpret treaties. Tin
could execute his instructions but
it is necossarj' first that " others
should agree upon the tenor of those
Freppcl nnd Cassaguao introduced
motions favoring a vigorous abor
tion of French vights.
Later n great uproar was croaled
when Joffrcn mounted the tribune
to speak on the same measures. It
was a demonstration of hostility, ap
parently planned by the rtoulangists.
Joffrcn was seated in placu of Hou
langer when the lattcr's election
was annulled. Deroulcdo, Uoulnn
ger's lieutenant, was tiro leader of.
the demonstration and the president
of the Chamber publicly censured
him, and culled upon him to with
draw. Ho refused to obey and the
sitting was suspended. Soldiers
then forcibly removed Deroulede
from tho Chamber. Joffrcn attempt
ed to resume his remarks, but the
Boulaugists and Reactionists renew
ed their protest.
Milledou, n Itoulaugist, violently
denounced Joffrcn' s admission to
the Chamber. Milledou was com
manded to withdraw, but refused.
Tho sitting was again suspended for
half an hour. Upon tho resumption
of the sitting Laguerre, a lloulnn
gist, doclmed to permit Joffren to
speak. He met the fate of Milledou,
and there was a third suspension of
tho session. Finally tho Tloulanguts
all left the Chamber in a body and
Jofl'ren then proceeded.
A TIIKMK OF niSMAItrK.
The London edition of the New
York Herald prints a long letter
from its Constantinople correspond
ent, in which it is stated on trust
worthy authority that Bismarck, in
1885 and 1880, did his best to in
duce Salisbury to join with Austria
in sm offensive and defensive alli
ance against Russia, and sought to
promote war between the three pow
ers, pledging German support ; but
when Srtlisbuiy had almost fullen
into Hie trap he asked Germany, it
she would, in case of .war, insure the
British licet entrance into the Black
Sea, and Bismarck made no reply.
Then Salisbury saw the game.
It is gravely hinted that Bis
marck's schemo was to load Great
Britain nnd Austria into war with
Russia, and by tho dofcat of Eng
land, she being shut out from tho
Black Sea, magnify considerably the
importance of Germany.
The Hci aid sns editorially, under
the heading of" "Is It Peace or
War?" regarding the above letter:
A special correspondent of no slight
experience and knowledge of affairs
supplies us to-day wih n highly
important but hitherto secret chap
ter in tho history of tho diplomacy
of Prince Bismarck. That thesa
passages now have a momentous
bearing upon the foreign policy of
this country nnd upon tho great
question as to tho maintenance of
peace will be obvious to all who arc
acquainted with tho actual condition
of Europe at present. AVe learn
from this most instructive commu
nication that the German Chancellor
had practically arrangod for closing
tho Dardanelles against the British
fleet nt tho very time when, in 188C,
ho was endeavoring by every variety
of subterranean method to lead this
country into war with Russia.
Had these maneuvers been suc
cessful England would have been
pushed Into the water at the very
moment when she would have been
powerless to attack her enemy ef
fectively, for, as a correspondent
says, tho Black Sea is the only spot
from which Great Britain can strike
a damaging blow at Russia. All at
once, then, we were to be deprived
of this power, nnd wo should have
been placed in a disadvantageous,
even ludicrous position in the face
A London special to the New
York Journal Hays: Tippernry is
tho most extraordinary event thut
has yet marked the history of the
land war in Ireland. Tipperary,
the capital of tho county, is being
transplanted. Tho old town has
fallen under the ban of tho agent of
tho Ponsonby estate, Smith Barry,
and tho children of the men who
built it up nnd were tho cause of its
prosperity arc being forced at the
I point of the bayonet to quit their
home. Stutth Barf loiift nj'o wrm
his spurs ns the "bos" frlsh eric
tor, but he lins met his mutcli in (he ,
A few fields awny from thu nm
town the new Tipperary is springing
up on friendly ground) and in les'
than a month Smith Bany will have
nothing left him but n ruined wall
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Ullll MIS IMIllSkUIJIIIUl,). I.M-U-IIVIII' i
houses arc being elected ilh nil
possible speed, mulct' the superiu- j
tendency and general direction or
Alderman Meagher, M. P.
At least two moiiihurs of the par
linincntdiy paily give wise counsel
to the people, nnd show them the
way in which Tipperary tueii can
strike a blow without resorting
either to the blunderbuss or pike.
The struggle now going on in Tip
perary is attracting great attention
hero "and much sympathy is ex
pressed with the people.
The mull r-ilncil linvlng b in nppointeil
agents lor tlio HntMilluii Ishml
Fov the Cololuatsd
From tlio works ((
Burnliaiu, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Am now rc'intnl to uivu o-dlinatin ami
recclse onlern fur Ihe c eiitfim'H, of any
slo and .tle
Tlip H.m.iii.-' Locomotive W'oiiK-mre
now munifnciiirlnu n ntylo of Iicmno.
live pnriiciilurly adapted
For Planlalioii Purposes
A number of which have recei.tly he n
rrrelvcd at iIuhh Islands, nml ie will
have plt-miro Iti furlilnblng plantation
agents unit manager.! with pmllculniR
The superiority of Ukhl I.iomollve
over nil of her mattes Is i,o only fcnowa
hero but Is acknowledged ilirouhoul
tlio Uuitul States.
wm. . inwjN &e.,
AueutB for Hawaiian IhImhIh.
JUST THE THING !
Jlnl til fill !
tar Samples free nt all Leading Gnv
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
410 S. P. Agents. I12t
A SMALL INVOICK
Just lite Thing for the Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
"VTEW Zcnlund Canned Mullet Is rn.
-Li phlty cioudlng salmon nut of tlin
market. Holo agents for the celcbratid
J. K. DKOW.V A CO.,
408 lw Alci chant struct.
NOTICE N hereby given to all pet
sons that on the 'Ultli day Decem
ber, 188'J, a meeting of the stockholders
of the Hawaiian Pacific Cable Co was
held at the olllco of K. O. Hall A Sou,
Limited, Honolulu, and at xnld meeting
It was voted by said Moekholderh to
accept a charter of Incorporation (rrnnt
ect to them under tlio corporatu name
and stylo of -'Hawaiian Pacific Cable
Co." .November 15,188!), and that the
corpointioii under said chatter there
upon orgnnlrcd theniMilves and elected
the following ofllcera :
,1. Bliennan llartholomewof Honolulu
linn. Edgar Ciow linker, M. P., ot
Victoria, 11. O Vico-Prcsidcnt
E. O. Whltu of Honolulu .Secretaiy
Flunk A. Dudley of Niagara Falls, N.
Wm. W. Hall of Honolulu Auditor
Notice is fin tber given that pursuant
to the terms of wild charter, "No stock
holder .shall individually lie liable, for
tho debts of tho Cm poratlon liujonil tho
amount wlilch M111II be duo upon the
tlio Hhnre or i-hnieb held or owned by
himself." E. O. WHITE,
Hi tu rVeictnrf.
QauiE uuhui GHunr.i
From San Francisco.
. . Deo 13.
For San Francisco.
. . Apr 0
. .July 20
. Jan 10
,. J uly
Intermedial- S. S. Australia.
, . Aug
. . Oct 24
,. Nov 21
MMl SAN FHAKCIJSCO,
The now and One Al steel stetuuhlp
Of the Oceanio Steamship Company, will
be ilue at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or nboul
March 8, 1 890.
And will leave for tho nbove port wltb
mulls and passengers on or about. tlit
For freight or pRwiaini, having BU
PKHIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN ft CO.. Agent.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tha tier and flue Al strcl steatnalilp
Of th Oceanic BtoamnTiip Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Shu
FrancUco ou or about
February 15, 1890.
And will b.we prompt dispatch wltb
malls uud naHdenu;crs for tho above portsi
For freight or passage, LaWng HU
PBftlOR ACCOMMODATIONS, ftppl
87 WM. Q. IRWIN ft CO.. Agonto
LOVEJOY & CO.,
13 Xanana Nt., Honolulu.
Offer for sale at unusually low prices, n
full assortment and best brands of
Ales, Wines, Beers, Spirits, &c.
fQjrHuvliiK been appointed by Messrs.
ltiehmau A Jacob! of Sun Francisco
their Solo Agents fur Hnwalinn Island?,
wo aro enabled to offer their justly
Celebrated Wines to our friends and tho
public at ry low tutc-. -IDl lm
Will .bind at seivirc at
Hkcoud 2:iiy., rlai.rftniHito. Sent, 1ft.
I'icdioiiki:: Marin whb sired by
Qui mi's l'ntohen, lie by Oeo. M. 1'at
clicn, Jr.; Marin's dam hv Emigrant, ha
by Hilly McCracken; Hilly McCraoken
by McOraeken's Black Hawk, 7I7, (tlio
sire of Iuly Dooley, and of the dam of
Overman, 2.-IIHO. McCracken's Uack
Hawk, 707, by Vermont Week Hawk, ti;
2nd dam by Marshall'" niack Hawk, he
by Easton'a lllack Hawk. Tbo dam of
Qulnn's 1'atchen by Hlockbrldge Chief,
he by Vermont Uliick Hawk, ri.
It. T. Carroll or San ErancUco, tho
former owner of Marin, vouches, that
out of thirty-Mi mures nerved by IhU
home during his last neapon In Call,
for n la, thlrty.tlvo proved with foal.
I-A11L II. lHr.MIF.H49.
Australian Mail Service.
The Thoroughbi'ed Stallion
Views of the
The L'iiiitulli! shows (lgurc3 equal to those of the tulional balance
sheets of stum' very respectable-sied States. Thn Insurance World at
The Kqiiitablo Life Assurance Society is n colonial Institution. Il U
unique in its oslllon and marvelous in its i coord. It occupies tho highest
place amoiiK kindred institutions. Thu Iri-di Insurance Hanking uud
It is no use disguising tlio fact tltat the F.quit:iblo holds n remarkable
position among the Insurance olllces of the Wot id. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus nnd give a better contract than any 'other
company. Leamington Spa Courier. '
Willi thu pitiful system of statu iusiit.'incu in (lermuny compare what
is done by some of thu gi eat private Assurance Coinpaniei.by the groatost
of tliein nil, for instance, the Kquilablo Life Assurance Society of the United
Slates. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest, of American Life Olllces and therefore the largest. In the
World is the I'quitnble Life Assurance Society of the I.'. S. Fairjday of
The olllcc that has done thu most in promoting safe nud liberal Life
Insurance is the Kquitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S, London
New business in 1830 17.,000,000 ()
Income for 18811 :iO,0f)0,0OO 00
Surplus 22,.r00,0(K) 00
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT.
General Aijcut for the Hawuiiau Iulands, Kqultnble Life Assurance Society
of thn U. S. Jan-l-'JO
.Lr- T-ri-nr'i ii'ii r i in aTai l i Ti i i i i - mi iT r il - 1m fii-ii--iHr -"r-
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Farnisbiog Gooils,
A NEW INVOICE OF
Glassware & Cutlery. Just at Hand; .
G:ilvnui?ed Fence Wire, lllack Steel Fence Wire, Galvanized KtapU-,
Black Staples, Special Quality Fence Staple.
NEW GOODS ! S n&- NEW GOODS !
In all liner, by lato arriv.ils. Agent for
Rubbor fiardon Hone, Wire IJoiind Hose, Stoam Hoh,
Ol" VKKY SUrKKIOR QtlAUTY.
PACIFIC IIARDWA11K CO., (L'd')(
tt. F. DlI.USOIIAM, J. (J. Si'KMCKK, F. L. WlNTKR,
PrcHidmit. Manager A Secretary. Treasurer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCR AOBNTH,
Bonders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen CtrnnilH, i'aiuts, Oils,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox fi Gibbs, & Remington Sowing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
E. It. Hrndhy, I'resldent A MnnnRor. " John Kka, Vlce-Fresldeut.
Ooiifiikv llnowN, Secretary &Trcasnrer. Ckoil Itnowx, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppu. NprockcU' Ilank, i FortlHtrcut, Honolnlu.
lMI'OKTERH and DEALEItH IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:- Glassware,
OhandelicrH, F'lectoliert", Lamps it Latni Fixtures,
Faints, Oils fc VnruisheM, Lnrd Oil, Cylinder Oil,
l'owder, Shot it CupH, Mncbinedoaded C'artridRcs, Ohanihcihiiu'd Fiiteut;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHINa-:- &00DS,
Silver rintedWnre, Table A Tookct Cutlery,
I'Iowh, 1'liuUorh' Steel Koch, nnd other Agricultural IniplenieutJt,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
flart'fl PiUmit "Duplex" Dlo Stock for Pipe A ltolt OutttiiK,
Manila A. Sisnl Hope, Uubber Hre,
Wire Bound Uubber Hooe, Spinotor-pip;
Spiinklerrt A Siji inkier Stands, ,
Union Metallic CnrtiidRo Co.,
llartman'B Steel Wire Fenco ,t Steel Wire Mn,
"Now 1'ioccss" Hope,
Win. O. Fi-hoi'H WrouRht Steel HauCh, ' -Nil,iiiOiirrluj'oliinl1
Oati! X'ity fiiomi Filteri., ' ' "
"New PifK-ens" TivlHt Drills,
noT'211-H'J lliut'i Patent i'Duiih'Jt" Die Siociii,
MacbinislM' A I'lumbern' Toold,
Varuirihoii, Lamp Oofxl.s and
' . . :1s
V A. ' 5W.