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FRIDAY, MAIL 28, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD COMPANY'S
Lcnvo Honolulu !):00
Arrh c Mauatia !) : IS
J. ouvo Mamma 11:00
Arrive Honolulu 1 1 : IS
Lcavo Honolulu... J:!!0
At rlo Honolulu.
Schr Rob Hoy from Ew ii
Am ItU Mary Wlnkchiian, Dyrcborg,
for dan Francisco
otmr W G Hall for Lalinina, Maalaca,
Koua, Kau and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr O H Bishop for Walanac, Walalua
and Koolau at 0 a m
Schr Luka for Koliala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
l-mastcd schr Robert Scarlcs, Plltz,
for I'ort Townsend
For windward poits per stmr W G
Hall, March 28 J M Monsanat, J D
rails,.!!-, A St C nianaia, Mrs G L
De4m, E Hoffman, and 50 duck pas
sengers. SHIPPING NOTES.
'J'lio steamer .T A Cummins brought
40!) bags sugar from Koolau ycstciday.
The schooner Luka ntrlvedycteulay.
from Koliala 1th t95 bags sugar for
tlie bark Deaullehl.
Tho steamer O K Bishop brought 11C0
bagi sugar, 215 bags lice, 100 bags rlco
bran, and 117 bags kalo fiom Koolau.
Tho Am bilgantlne W G Irwin, Capt
J K McCulloeh, sailed yesterday at
noon for fan 1-ranclsco with 2780 bags
f317,90!)lbs) sugar, 121 bauds molasses,
and 4510 bags (l.'.l.OOOlbs) rice. The
shippers weie: W G Irwin & Co, 2780
bagssugai: Ml'hllllps & Co, 810 bag
rice; Slug Cliong & Co, KiS5 bags; M
SGilnbaum A: Co, 1300 bags; llymati
Uros, 715 bags; J II Uiun, 121 barrels
molasses. Totals: 100 tons; domestic
Tho Amei lean four-masted schooner
ItoboitSeailes, Capt I'llt,, will leao
to-moirow in ballat for Paget Sound.
The bark Dcanlleld was moved from
Brewer's w half to-day to iccelvo sugar.
Tho bark .fames Cheston will llnlsh
discharging her cargo of lumber to
moi i o w. hhc will sail for Port Towns
end about next Monday or Tuesday.
The Aineilcan balk Uenj F limit, .Tr,
Capt rrltchaul, which put back the
other day on account of strong winds In
the channel, is anchored off poit. The
steamer Hawaii, which is due fiom
windward ports,, will tow the 11 V
Hunt to Kahtilul on the Hawaii's next
tilp, probably on ne.t Tuesday.
The barkentine Maiy AVlnkclman
sailed ycstciday afternoon for San
Francisco ftlth n caigoof domestic pio
ducc valued at $78,U5, and shipped as
follows: II Haekfcld it Co, 12,308 bags
sugar; M S Gilnbauin & Co, 22C3 bags
sugar; .! II Hums, 140 bauds molasses;
Campbell, Marshall ,; Co, 530 bunches
KltoiiM Only Ho lined Under u
Professor Billroth of Vienna warns
once more against the imprudent
use of carbolio acid as follows: In
the last months four cases have
come to my notice where fingers
witli insignificant wounds have be
come gangrenous by foolish applica
tion of carbolic acid. All those four
cases ware children whose parents
had prescribed a carbolic acid band
ago by their own authority, because
carbolic acid was said to b,c good for
healing wounds. Tho use of car
bolic acid is much more limited in
surgory than before ; it is only by
degrees wo have known tho dangers
it may present. This remedy may
not only cause inflammations and
gangrene, it may kill by blood poi
soning. Its good qualities arc de
veloped only in tho hand of a com
petent physician. I dissuade most
emphatically the application of car
bolic acid without the prescription
of a physician. I recommend as
the best bandage for fresh wounds
acetate of lead (lead water), which
is for salo in nil drug stores.
f IMiamaccutisclic Tost.
STEINITZ CHESS CLUB.
The meeting of choss players at
tho Hawaiian Camera Club rooms
last night resulted in tho formation
of a club. It is called tho Stcinitz
Chess Club of . Honolulu, and has
about thirty charter members. The.
olllccrs were elected as follow :
Bruco Cartwright, President.
A. V. Gear, Vice-President.
W. It. Sims, Secretary.
O. M. Cooko, Treasurer.
A constitution and by-laws re
ported by the committee on ways
and means appointed at the prelim
inary meeting was adopted with
slight changes. Applications for
lncinboisliip arc to be made to the
secretary. The enttanco fee is 85,
monthly dues 1.
Beginning April 1 and till other
arrangements ho made the rooms of
the Camera Club, availablo all tho
time except Friday evenings, will bo
tho Stcinit. Chess Club's headquar
ters. As soon as. possible playing
implements will be provided of tho
club's own. In the meantime tho
. President, C. M. White, W. V. Itey
nolds, and Dr. Kimball havo tend
ered the loan of sets of chessmen.
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LOCAL & llENERAL NEWS.
'I uti YimiiiKlii'-o Muru I -J Oxpeeloil
TiU'diiy fiom Japan.
.1 ah. F. Moikjan will sell u nutiibei
of spoiling boats Apiil 4.
Tin: band gives u moonlight con
cert ut Thomas Square lliis evening.
Tiik Kiniui will bo duo to-morrow
morning with u heavy cargo of sugar.
Activity is apparent in building
operations for the Union Iron Works
Tun Attornoy-Goncral calls for
tenders to supply his ollku with sta
tionery. Tin: Pioneer Building and Loan
Association, Honolulu, is circulating
u neat prospectus.
Tub last-widened pait of Merchant
street, being tho lower end, is being
steam rolled lo-dny.
Tim steamor Bclgic may ho ex
pected from San Francisco any hour
after daylight to-morrow.
Tin: Boaid of Health is mooting
this afternoon. It lias tho annual
report under consideration.
Mits. Thos. Lack has secured first
innings with Spalding's baseball
goods for the coming season.
Mkmuuks of tho American Legion
of Honor arc directed to the notice
of Hawaiian Council for tho meeting
Lovk'h Bakery is to tho foio with
announcement of hut cross buns for
Easter, promising the most satisfac
Hkv. II. 11. 1'atkcr conducted ser
vices at the fuueial of .!. N, Robin
son, which to I; plaeo "i liursday af
ternoon and was l.ugely alleniled.
Nkootiaiions lalween the Govern
ment and some of the piopcrty
owners me still proceeding in legaid
to the widening of Berelania street.
Tiikui: was a. meeting of theBoaid
of Education yesterday, at which
statistics woro submitted and other
matter for tho annual report con
sidered. Valki:k fc Redwaid havo lcceivcd
tho contract at $1577 fiom tho In
terior Department for building tho
foundation of tho projected iron
Onk of the cars of tho two o'clock
train for Ewa yesterday got off tho
track on the switch at Aki's. No
damage was done but the inward
train was delayed somewhat by tho
It is said that sheep aio not always
well used in tho pens at tho Iwilei
slaughter houe.0. Tho owner of one
flock taken theio lately is repoited to
have left the animals for days with
out feed or diink.
Kkv. Alex. Mackintosh will hold a
twenty minutes' service of tho second
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, daily at noon of Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday, and Thuisday in
holy week, for tho convenience of
Ka Oiaio of to-day says tho peti
tion for the panlon of l.oomens has
been rejected and calls for u mass
mooting to consider the matter. As
theio has been ijo mooting of the
Privy Council the petition cannot
havo been officially rejected.
Jami:s Dodd lias laid out a good
deal of money in decoration of tho
Criterion Saloon leading loom lately.
Above a lino wainscoting the walls
arc papeied with hangings covered
with classic scones. This is a recent
European novelty very effective in
1), Honolulu Itillcs,
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
It., at 7:J10.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
Moonlight baud conceit at Thomas
Square at 7:30.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
The Royal Hawaiian Band
play this evening At Thomas Square
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho programme :
Maich Coronation Meyerbeer
Overture Seinlrauiidc IJosslnl
Finale Tannliaiiser. ..., Wagtiur
Selection Mai tha Flotow
Lipollpo. Malauai. Mahliia Malama
lama. I'AKT II.
Selection Patience Sullivan
Kelio Ka Ilea a lliku Burger
Walt. The Source Waldteiifel
Polka- tihiok and Hod Cootu
Peter Quinn was fined $10 includ
ing costs fot assaulting Wm. Blair.
G. K. Kahikina, a police officer,
was fined 850 and 81.70 costs, for
assaulting Pokini. An appeal was
noted by J. L. Kaulukoti, counsel
for defendant. The evidence showed
that Pokini's wife had deserted him
for about two months and was living
witli tho policeman. Pokini went
after his wifo and a quarrel ensued,
in which tho officer used his official
club to batter the injured husband. It
came out that Deputy Marshal Hop
kins had twico reprimanded tho
officer for keeping tho other man's
HTHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
X 2d columns, purely local mutter
to foreign countries. $5 per
vlf hy tllvitulloii of Mr. Tli"l.
UiiIoH (0 tin- llmnlox eel ut'
iliimiltilii lion Wnrli".
Tile foregoing heading was at the
top ot a programme of what proved
to be onoot the finest musical soirees
ever given in Honolulu. This took
place in V. M. C. A. hall ycstciday
evening. Mr. Davies issued a few
complimentary invitations outside of
tho special guests, and these were
given a generous stiiplus of ticket
to admit their friends. The result
was an assembly of men, women,
and children nearly filling the hall,
and including a number of pioini
Ornamental plants and llowcis
adorned the platform, while on tho
wall in rear were gracefully festoon
ed the Hawaiian, American, and
British flags. Mr. Davies on the
arrival of the opening hour request
ed that, as tho programme was
long, there should be no encores.
The musical programme was as fol
l'art Song Tho Arrow and the Song
Planofoi to Duet. . ..Sclmbci t Quadi illcs
Miss von Holt and Mr. Wiav Taj lor.
Song (will violin obllgato).. Fiddle ic I
Miss Dowsett and Miss McGiew.
Song The Skippers of St. lc
Vocal Duet Trip, tilp
Miss von Holt and Mr. Walker.
Song (w ilh violin ohllato)
Miss Barnaul and Mr. Varndloy.
Song First in the Field
Solo and Chorus (for ladles' voice?)..
Song Wiuulci lied
Mr. P. It. Ienheig.
Part Song Goodnight
The director was Prof. J. W.
Yarndloy. The Choir Association
consists of a score or so of the finest
vocalists from tho church choirs of
the city. These facts together with
the names appearing on the pro
gramme arc sufficient culoguim of
the concert. One of the solos was
sung by Mrs. W. G. Irwin. Miss
McGrcw sang the song put down to
Miss Barnard, who was not in con
dition to appear because of a cold.
Mr. Davies thanked those who
had assisted him in the entertain
ment and spoke some kind words to
the men of the Iron Works. He
emphasized the importance of young
people being trained in some specific
line of industry, warned the work
ingmen against indulgence in drink,
and referred in terms of gratifica
tion to the establishment of the
Kainehamcha Schools, where native
boys are brought up to useful trades.
Mr. Gilflllan on behalf of the men
thanked the President of tho Hono
lulu Iron Works Co. for the fresh
evidence of his kindly interest in
them exhibited by this evening's
Hcfreshmcnts from the Elite Ice
Cream Pallors were served, and as
the company dispersed Mr. Davies
shook hands with the men as they
WHY HE MARRIED HER.
An Old 4.itl-iiui'i TcIIn IIuw
Wlfo Wun IIIh Heart.
"How did I como to fancy my
wife?" repeated an old gentleman,
one of the successful men of this
age, ivhosc wife was noted rather
for lier domestic virtues than social
qualities. "Why, 1 saw her sewing,
busy mending and repairing tho
clothes of her little brother. I had
been meeting society girls, who sat
idle and listless, or who stared hard
at me, but I never felt drawn to
them. When I saw Luoj- bending
gracefully over a bit of plain sewing
and repairing rents and sewing on
buttons, I thought of what she
would be in her own home. It made
me wish to have her in mine. I
knew she would make a good wife,
and she has."
Now, girls, remember this. Who
knows but you may weave a young
man's heart with your needle? Men
like domestic girls, and sewing is
the best accomplishment woman can
have. Remember, too, that domes
ticity is not incompatible witli social
qualities, for some of our best
housekeepers and most devoted
wives and mothers are queens in
society. New York Morning
The Chinese journalist, says a
contemporary, is a philosopher. His
life is a reasonably happy one. He
is free from care and thought, and
allows all the work of the establish
ment to be dono by the pressman.
The Chinese compositor has not yet
arrived. The Chinese editor, liko
tho rest of his countrymen, is imi
tative ; he docs not depend upon his
brains for editorials, but translates
them from all tho contemporaneous
papers he can get. Thero is no
humorous department in a Chinese
newspaper. Tho newspaper office
lias no exchanges scattered over the
floor, and in nearly all other things
it differs from the European esta
blishment. The editorial room is
connected by a ladder with bunks
in a loft above where tho managing
editor sleeps, and next to it is, m
vt.riably, a room fitted up with an
opium bunk and a layout. Evi
dences of domestic life are about
tho place, pots, kettles and dishes
taking up as much room as the
press. If an editor finds that jour
nalism does not pay, ho gels a job
at washing dishes or chopping wood I
r Printing Times.
THE BEST PAPER to' Biibserllio
JL for Is iliu "Daily Bullutin." GO
c inU pur month
.'W&vctim.ii" jmu wi Mjqwr-wa-' w
PETITION ACAINST PAiKULI.
Trial il (lie t'onlCHtcil liooiau lllce
Mini In Hie Huprcme Court,
Paikuli Waa one of tho candi
dates at last election j was declared
elected. On morning of election
paid Jvohaii 85, for entertainment of
Kailoa and myself before, and of my
son and myself on tho previous
night ; ho declined to fix any price,
sol gave him 85 ; did not'scc my
son pay him S3 ; I know nothing of
it; heard of it first in court; I paid
Awa 81 first, and afterwards SI,
making S5 ; paid no one else, (shown
list) ; the other names besides Ra
tion and Awa on list, I did not pay
money to; made report on Februaiy
11 ; I resolved to pay theso men af
terwards; lliey were not peisonally
appointed by me, they wcic men
tioned to mc by Kailaa ; I intended
to pay them when able; paid Kailaa
no money; paid nothing to Paoa,
Kulcpaha and Kaali ; put them in
list for two reasons; first through
ignorauco of tho proper form ;
secondly, understood Section 25)
of Election Law allowed me to
jiiic hums; thought it proper to put
on the list all I intended to pay as
well as those whom 1 had paid ;
did not swear to list ; filed it with
chairman of inspectors on Satur
day of the same week as the lltli;
have made another list witli assist
ance of my attorney ; this is the list;
it was written by Mr. Rosa or his
clerk ; did not put down my fee as
candidate in the old list, but insert
ed it in new list; this list shows ac
tual expense paid by mc.
Mr. Itosa offers notice of names
of runners, watchers, messengers,
etc., also amended list of expenses.
Gave list to inspectors ; offered it to
Mr. Itosc and Knulia, but they said
the lime was past and refused to tako
it; met Jno. Paoa at his house on
morning of election ; conversed witli
him ; Kaila had told mc Paoa was a
runner for me and I went to his
house to give him some ballots ; he
took thein ; there were fifty; did not
throw himSl; never talked with
him promising money; went into his
house; others were present; these
people were coming in as I wa3 going
out of house; came in by gate facing
Waikane; when I handed ballots we
were alone; noticed several men
coming in as I went out; cannot say
who they were ; my horse was hitch
ed outside; am not sure who they
were ; think they were neighbors ;
went to his house a little before this ;
the time I was going to Waimanalo
with Kailaa ; no talk at that tunc
about his being a runner for mc.
Mr. Itosa offers list of luiias in
Cross-examination Thought I
had a light to hiie luiias; had no
money, therefoie made no promises;
can't say what they thought; I
thought they were entitled to re
ward; Kahau, Kuuiola and others
were put in 1113- repoit as gratuitous
assistants ; they had not said they
would serve me free; Kahao is a
ricli man and it would be offering
an insult to make such Tin offer;
Kailaa was anxious to have mc run
and did a great deal for me ; I put
down his name for S10, by and by ;
Kama was put down as gratuitous ;
people said he would make a good
runner ; 1 did not intend to pay him ;
have said nothing about Paoa; Paoa
and Kahau were said to be runners
for me, but I saw them doing noth
ing; I believe they voted for Kaulu
koti ; know I got over thiity votes of
Kaneohe people, Paoa had fifty
votes, and Kahau about sixty, so I
thought the- must have woikcd to
secure this number of votes; don't
know whether 1 got Kailua votes;
counting men as they came in with
runners, could tell how many votes
I received from each locality ; could
tell from the actions, from being shy
of Kaulukoti that they were voters
for me; in regaid to Kalian receiv
ing 85 from mc, and this being list
ed as an expense, it comes from ig
norauco and misapprehension of
statute ; first list was made out not
knowing the proper method; had
read that within ten days after elec
tion, 1 must make a report; (shown
two lists) these arc my .signatures) ;
did not appoint my liuias, or rather
Kailaa came to mc and said such and
such a man would be a good runner
and suggested his appointment, and
1 confirmed ; Kailaa nominated tho
men, and T appointed them on his
nomination ; met many people when
electioneering, but afterwards Kai
laa suggested the names of those
appointed; went and slept at Ka
Itc-direct Don't know whether
Kama works for Cummins ; was not
in Waimanalo when I went there ;
I did not sco him.
The case was then argued on
cither side by Messrs. Itosa and
Castle, and decision thereon was
AWAHAN Council Xo. fiS'J. Anui-
ilcau Le"li)ii of Honor, meets
THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7::m
o'clock, al llaiuiouy Hall, ICInj; fctieot.
Oil It Seeictaiy.
hire or buy.
1 FIREWOOD for Bale at Hawallnn
? Conimeiclal Salesroom, corner of
Queen and Niiunuu alreeta. -108 tf
I'ho how llarlmann slccl wiic
fcucc.in front of Mr. II. Loso's
rcsidonco attracts considciable at
tention from passers by. The fence
has been set back 011 the new bound
ary line of the street and its spidery
tiaccry shows against the back
ground of shrubbery with effect.
At present only thu gates arc paint
ed and their jet enamel still further
hightens tho beauty ot the design.
The fence has a sn. .11 gate at the
Ewa end and a double catriagc gate
at the Wail.iki extremity.
The hight is over three feet. As
yet the fence is unpaintcd. One is
struck with t lie solidity and strength
of a barrier apparently so fragile.
Hero is a good exemplification of
strength without strain. The iron
posts and pipe 1 ail form a skeleton
of proper firmness. The addition
of the fenciful frame of witc lends
beauty without diminishing power.
The distiibution of strain on the
wire is such as to make the most
effective protection out of the lightest
The fence in question is of tin
coatcd wire and is now awaiting the
finishing touches of color. Tho fanci
ful design, the unique caps of the
gate posts and the feathery outline
of the frame! render it especially
adapted to the purposes of a lawn
fence, which discloses every beauty
within and adds a charm in its own
graceful pattern. The fence as de
scribed is calculated for city yards.
But there may be seen at the Ha
waiian Ilardwaic Co. a much higher
variety adapted to plantation and
slock range requirements. Mr.
Hendry lias the .same fence galvan
ized or uncovcied as may bo re
quired. Taking into consideration
the cheapness and rapidity of con
struction and the slight degree of
skill ncccssar- to erecting it, the
fence is bound to increase in favor.
LINCOLN'S FOOT MEASURE.
In the window of a shoe store on
upper Broadway is an interesting
placard displaying the penciled mea
surement of the feet of Abraham
Lincoln, taken duriinjhis occupancy
of the White House. The outlines
aic drawn upon stiff, biick-colorcd
pasteboard, each sole being equal
in length to a pair of ordinary num
ber twelves, and wide in proportion.
It surprised mc, because I never
had heard that Lincoln had large
feet. But nobody who ever looked
at Lincoln's kindly and sad face
would ever think of looking at his
feet or could even sec that ho was
awkward or ungainly. S. Y. Star.
Base Ba!lGoods !
Mrs. THOS. L.VCK,
Aguil fur S al tin.' '! Hull suppli,-,
will in ci vi ei S rimer 1 u-.
Il-llill Mini s ''llll ('! m full
line of U h'eat
Base Ball NoveHius for '90
Tho Rules & Hb ,ul iH?.isfa:'90
f i gel ih n Mrs
l-'orl str.-i-:, Ii n 'Ii
fi i 111" u .rl l ii unwind
Sl;ililiii;;' Sport in; (aoot.s.
Cy- full l.ir
lollies fn e.
1'i'c i f Si.il I nij''
Fop Tokoliama & Honkone
T!n A 1 SIciiuiHliiii
Will Ilmvh Ilonolulii loi the above poits
on or about
BT For freight or pisi-igi', having
superior c tliiu ami htuur.igo uccommo.
dnlions, apply to
Wm. G. IttWIN & Co.,
SI!) Id AncnlB.
Government Coupons Lost !
Mai cli 2.lid, Coupon SilO, Ilond Xo. 'JIM
A.. I. CARTWRIGHT.
Ilonolulii, March 25, 1SU0. 011 tf
A DIVIDEND of Ten (10) Per Cent
on the capital stock of the Star
Mill Co. if duu and payable to bhare
holders al the ollku of
fiia ::t Wm.g. irvixa;Co.
CHUN ROW Is no longer in my em
piny, ami N not authnricit to feign
my name, or act for mo In any nmnnei
whatever. FAI KEE.
Ilonolulii, March 22, I POO. fiJ2 IwJJ
NO. 0 Kim; street, near the Bridge.
Open d ty md night. Meals at all
hnurij Onlors fur California nrniluru
received. K.T. GILZY
Salts at Low Kill ok
NEW I'lmetoiiB and Top Biigcics,
Fraer and Cold Walter Cans, I
Business IJiikkIo, Polo '"id Shaft; also,
Serond hand Hacks, Open and Tup Bug
gies, all in good condition; ami Hoives
giiitablu for plantation life. Apply
511 lm S I. Slriw, Manager.
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Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public nn Indem
nity Bond. Many will bo attracted by the fact that you nro selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with nsscsls over $10.1,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you art"
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
bo ablo to show actual results on similar Policies.
"HICN'UV B. IIYDI-:,
05?" Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call iu person on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-U0
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AMATEUR OUTFITS !
I'-rom 8.."i0 lo $100 Kueli.
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The YKAR BOOK OF I'HOTOORAPH Y,
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Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Stool it Uooseneckcd Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes ,t Bundles, Manila it Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS, '
X-Xosc, Hose, Hose,
RUBBER, WIRE-HOUND of miporinr quality, ,t STEAM,
Again lion Waio, Silver Plated Wiuo, Tablo .t Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, ShoUfcOapn, Tim Celebrated "Club" .Machine-loaded Oaitridges,
Hart's Patont "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo it Bolt Threading,
Hiuttiian's Steel Wire Fence it Stool Wiro Mat8,
Wm. CI. Fisher's Wrought Steol Ranges,
Ciato Oily Htono Filtcis,
"New Procchs" TwUt Drills,
uov-ii'.l-b'.) Neal's Carriage, Paints, "M
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John Kn'A, Vice-President.
Cr.uu. Ituowx, Auditor.