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FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, WW).
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f. I'ulio KflW .Ill.V tO, 180.
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Lcasa litino'ulu PiJS l:I."i
Arilvo ttunoultuli 10 :0r ,",:0."
Lcsva Konoutlill 10:85 HaV.
Arf.o Hunatuli It :5 !:;
Stun' i A Cummins from Konlati
Stmr'iV 0! Hull fr in Mntil and Hawaii
irtnir Kilam-.i Hon from llnmakua
fcltinr Hawaii f i oin iiumnkiui
Hehr K:Mulfioiti ICohil.i
Sehr Mary from Knual
Stinr U H Bishop for Wttiann, Wai.ilun
aud I, ill- at 11 a m
Sent Lnvinla for K-iuhI
Sliar Polo for Lnli.iliiii ami Knkalau at
t'ehr lvaullln i for Koolau O.iliu
Vessels wmi i;:-kum:07.
Am b'.tnc Inns-iid. II Muu-uii, for
San Fiauci:eo at 1pm
From Maul per stinr G Hall, Aug
8 null'- ,1 ll S Ma tin, Htm J I) I'.irK,
jr. J X rf Willi inv, Rev - 11 Davis. Dr
Mouiitz, I A Fnron, W B i laik. W U
Alexander, jr, MIm ltndgi'i. U Gloves,
Mis Jaol.sun, Mary Ann Lee, Mls J
Lewis, Miss Grace Brewer, MrMaas,
Hon J Kmihtmc, lj.U.lolitiou.Mi3 ll
lo!,uhikl, Mis J B Jones and child. Mrs
and MisSJD-plui ii, A Eiws and bi! deck.
Ptmr'Ml.mea Hon -2400 bags Mtgir.
Slmr J . I uuiinliis Il'd7 b .ga l we, 110
b i its paddy.
Schr Ku iol WObigssugir.
f-elir Mary 1 t)U baga p.iduy.
Stinr Miiwiii 0M u.igs smriir, 70 head
cattle, an I CO given bides.
Sluir WG llall in. O'k-ibiig.if, lOo sks
aw a. 1 sk eoll'ee, 11 bi e hides, '27
head eaitle, and 100 pkjrn .mils.
ril'.! r'.-iiiv, iroith.
The 3-mastcd pchoonor Vcsti wa3
hauled up on the Mat ine Hallway ibis
morning to bo cleaned.
The baikentine Iimgard, Captain II
Manson, tool: in sugar to-day fioiu the
fchoouer Ka Mol. bite will sail for ban
Finnoiseo about 1 o'clock to-iuoirow.
The bail; Ophir will probably siil for
Sim Franui&co eaily next week with su
gar. She tool: in sugar to-d ly fiom the
steamer t aw ail.
The Brl.itli bark Dpsdcmnna from
Liverpool Is eiiliug olf pint to-d.iy.
She sigmlled lor a doctor from 11 AI
S Acorn this morning
LOCAL & GEt&RAL HEWS.
Thu Turner will meet this eve
ning, uL J :'i0 o'clock, at the Beieta
nia Etieet Armory.
Some very nice cut glassware nre
amoug tlits presents given p. way by
llcniy Davis & Co., to the pui chaser
of a tin of Climax baking powder.
Tin: b.ukentiue Iimg'iid will sail
for Ban FrnncUcu at 1 p in. lu-mni-iow.
Bho will cany a mail from the
Post Office, tho miiil clocing at 11
o'clock a. m.
Thu Ameiican Legion of Ilonoi
will meet in lcgulai tees-ion this eve
ning. Every member is ioqueted
to bo presented, us special bui-incst,
will bo introduced.
"Jilt. Jas. F. Moi.;un will hold two
auction bales to-moiiow Jlie begin
ning ut 10 o'clock, a. in., and the
other at noon. Our adcitisitig
columns give paiticulara of inch.
A young man who undoistands
and can practise the duties of n gar
dener, gioom, and conchmau, w.mlb
n bituation. He is willing to make
himself generally useful. See udvt.
Ir you wuntto make an accoptnblo
present to your wife, daughter,
mother or sister, read 1!. F, LMilcts
t Co.'s advertisement in this isaiie.
You will then leant wliut will suit
and where to get it.
Mr.ssit3. 11. V. Schmidt & Sons,
offer fence wire and Maple.", both
galvanized and black, for agiicul
tuiists and paoloialiMs, German Beer
nnd cigars for householders and con
vivcf, and an automat weighing ma
chine to test the letult.
Db. John S. B. Piatt, of Albany,
Now Yoik, and Mi Baiali U. Dick
Eon, of Honolulu, wero wedded laat
niglit, at the Diekson inbiiiitus, Beie
tiinia street. Tlio premics weio
handeomely dccouited with flowein
mid greenery for thu occasion. Dr.
Bockwith was the Dlficiatiiig cleigy
man. Tho Hawaiian hand, btalioned
in thu garden, played enlivening
TROUBLE ON 110L0KAI.
Mr. Tlios. E. Evana, Superinten
dent of tho Leper Settlement on
Molokai, came to town by thu
schooner Iluleakiila on Thursday, to
lay before the Government particu
lars of a serious outbreak of lawless
ness on the part of some of the
lepers. The trouhlo was so serious,
it is learned, as to involve danger to
the Superintendent's lite, A num
ber of friendly settlers, interfered to
save him from being murdered.
There was a special meeting of the
Board of Health yesterday after
noon to consider the situation, and
the steamer Kilauea llou will leave
for tlio settlement this uveiiing, to
convey theie a force of ollleerd to
quell thu insurrection anil arrest tho
- i M-w4wv'wqjp-NggyiiiiT
FiuiuY, Aup. 8.
The House opeiiid nt 10 o'clock.
rtxruItTvi OF COM3tiril.CS.
Noblu Miillev presented tlio fol
lowing lepoit of the commit cu
Vim r CoiiiinitH'R on Coinineruo,
Agriculture, nnd Manufactures, to
whom was teferred for careful uon
bliloralion, Uill li'o. Oa, bey to say:
. We are fully aware of the neces
sity that the most an indent laws be
made to prevent smuyting of con
traband articles, innto especially
opium, and whenever it can be
pioven that ouu of the owners of a
vessel coming here, or tier Muster,
win Mobii considered the respon
sible leproseutativo uf theowucis,
is coiiceinud or interested in such
siauduleiil 'traiisactiou, the bevcrest
punlsliinenl, viz., seizure of the ves
sel, bhould be imposed. 15ut it
cannot bu the object of this Go
criitnent to permit tho injustice of
holding the owncri of a vessel ie
pousihlo fur tiie unlawful acts of
their servants, over whom they have
no control, meaning the sailurj,
eook cai penler, or stewards, who
can easily construct a secret com
partment for hiding contraband arti
olos for the imrpobe ofeitlur muk
in;j a personal profit, or of having
the vessel contisualed to cause a
severe lo-s tu the owners in order to
cany out a personal spite against
them. Such a possibility will neces
sarily di'-couragu owners of vessels
from risking their property by send
ing ships to thee ialands, which
might cause, a severe calamity to
our business interests. The law
under consideration will ptevent
that, ai.d wo beg to recommend it3
passagu willt the words added in
section 1, after the woidi "the
owners of such vessel" "or the
K. C. Mackaulake,
G. H. Wilcox,"
Laid on table to be considered
with the bill.
Kcp. Lucas fiom the printing
committee reported bill3 printed.
Hep. Drown presented the major
ity repot t ot the coiLinittcc on the
bill to abolish kouohiki fisheries,
signed by himself, Minister Peter
son, and Noblu Anderson. They
are not opposed to tho object of the
bill, but the Government has not
the money to put it in effect. It
would require a million and a quar
ter dollars to buy out the rights as
ptoposcd. Another reason against
the bill is that the fisheries ate now
practically free. One section is,
moreover, unconstitutional and in
violation of treaty stipulations.
They therefore recommend that the
bill be indefinitely postponed.
Laid on the table to await the
Noble Elirohardt gave noticc)f a
bill tu extend the duties of commis
sioners of agiicuUure.
Rep. Baker read a first time b
title a bill to provide for a police
huieau and to regulate the internal
police of the kiuudoni ; a bill to re
peal Chap. 3, Laws of 1887, and
to re-enact laws thereby repealed ;
a bdl to amend Sec. 1, Chap. 1)0,
Penal Code; a bill to provide for
keeping Government accounts in
botli English and Hawaiian.
Noble McCarthy lead a lirst lime
his bill to repeal the passport law.
Noble Crabbe gave notice of a
bill to amend Chap. 5(5, Civil Code,
in regard to wholesale business.
Rep. Kamai read a first lime his
bill to provide for the appointment
of a Deputy Sheriff for Kipahulu,
ltep. Brown did not want to bo
discourteous, but there was no rea
son for this bill, and to save tho
time of the House he would move it
be rejected. The Attorney-General
and the Marshal had the power to
appoint depnly sheriffs now.
The bill was rejected.
Noble Burchardt gave notice of a
bill to amend Chap. 45, LawB of
1884, in relation to homesteads,
oitnint of Tim DAY.
Rep. Rickaul moved the order of
the day. Cairied.
Third reading of bill relating to
boat laics in Honolulu luubor.
Interpreter W. L. Wilcox point
ed out a discrepancy between the
English and Hawaiian versions, nnd
the bill wa3 referred to tho revision
committee for correction.
Consideration ot the Appropria
tion Bill in committee of the whole.
The President before tho House
went into committee named several
committees whose reports should be
considertd with the bill.
The House went into ecomtuitte,
Noble Mursdeti in the chair.
Finance Depailtncut, continued.
Minister Brown renewed his mo
tion for the insertion of an item for
twocleiks in the Honolulu tax of
fice, explaining again that it wa9
not appropiiating more money.
Remarks wero made by Rep.
Richard, Noble McCaithy, and Hop.
Paehaole, the last moving the item
Minister Brown The item was
objected, to tho other day. Now
there is a motion to increase it.
Three thousand is sullicient.
Passed at 330U0.
Tax appeal bouid, 81500. Passed.
Incidentals Fiuauco Dcpailtueut,
HAiLx &uhL&Tm muaojluj,u a. i,t
MlnMfr Browri moved B3500.
Incidentals Assessors' Offlee?,
Minister Brown moved 84000, and
explained that there, were amounts
owing io ollliv on different Hands,
alio nvu di tails of Hie whole pro
Stamps and dies ."00. Pawd.
DoijTngs, S1000. Passed.
Messenger Finance Ollkr, S-200.
Printing cci tiflcatci deposits and
bondi, CI 000.
Milliner Brown moved $4000, a3
legislation passed this dossiim ic
quited piinting that would cost the
difference. Can ltd.
Interest on public delit, with ex
change and commissions! lot paving
Rep. Brown asked if this Included
the intcicbl on Savings Bank depo
sits. Minister Brown said those depo
sits were recognk'.od as a portion of
the public debt, which now amount
ed in lound iittmberj lo S3, 000,000.
This amount was the inleiest at G
Noble Horner asked what the
next Item tm-unt.
Minister Biown said hcviould ask
for ii reduction on thu following
The item parsed.
Interest on monev to be borrowed,
Minister Brown said there was
S1,000 remaining unissued from
a former Act, which would only be
issued in the event ot the I louse
undei taking the deepening of Hono
lulu harbor. The amount was larger
than required, and lie moved $30,
National debt falling due, $3000.
Bureau of Customs Salary of
Collcelor-Geneial, $7000. Passed.
Deputy Collector, 7000.
Minister Brown moved SG00O.
Haibor Master, (5G000.
Noble Crabbe moved 85000.
Noble Walker held that the item
was not too huge for the importance
of the office, and thu office was well
tilled at present.
Passed as in the bill.
Port Surveyor, Oahti, S3G00.
Noble Ciabbe wa3 in favor of the
item but not of the person in the
The Chair Tito person i3 not be
fore the House. Port Surveyor,
Oahu, S3G00, is the question.
Rep. Brown argued that the posi
tion i equtred a good .salary. That
of S 150- a month was not enough.
There was no oillee more sought
after than thi3 one, and the tempta
tions to dishonesty in it. were great.
Some might hold that it was better
to give the official a good salaiy, so
as to stimulate him in making seiz
ures for the sake of the rewards.
He did not agree with this idea but
was in favor of a good living salary,
anil moved that the item pa3s at
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of the
item as in the bill. A dishonest
odlcial would regard an increase as
only to much more boodle. The
ollice was sought for because of its
opportunities for making money il
legally. Rep. Paehaole supported the item
in the bill. Previous to 1880 it was
only S2400. .The small balary had
not caused the opium scandal.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox believed in
paying a man a good salary, and did
not think 85000 would be too much
for this office. He did not agree
with what he heard against the Collector-General
in connection with
scandals in the Custom House. The
blame lay with the late Ministry
who put a lot of men in oluce solely
as a toward for their having carried
mound titles in tho revolution of
1887. They had no oilier recom
mendation. Better thinsn wero ex
pected of the present Ministry,, and
no doubt a good man would be put
in that ollice. A new broom was
needed to clean out those olllecrs in
tho Custom House. He would sup
port the motion for $5000.
Rep. Paehaole spoke against an
Rep. Brown withdrew his motion.
The item passed as in the bill.
Store-keeper, 8800. Passed.
Assistant Store-keeper, $2400.
Statistical Clerk, $3600. Passed.
Second Statistical Clerk, $3000.
Third Statistical Cleik, $3000.
Fourth Statistical Clerk, $3000.
Noble Horner wanted to know If
the finance committee had, looked
into all these items. What did these
gentlemen do foi their money.
Minister Brown could gtvo tlio
Information. These clerks worked
as hard as any officials in the coun
try. They worked from nine in the
morning till four in the afternoon.
Noble Horner was satisfied with
tho explanation. But he thought
all these large salaries should have
been investigated. Up In the coun
try they worked twelve to fifteen
hours a day in the mud and slush,
and men just as intelligent as those
down in the offices at Honolulu did
that for $25 a month . It was those
men up in the country who furnished
tho taNcs to pay all these large sala
rfes. Minister Brown said theso clerks
would be very glad to exchange
places with the lion. Noble.
Noblo Widemann was glad there
was one wise man in toe House.
The lion, Noble from Ilaraakua had
worked for S1C0 a month. The
speaker had worked for $5 a month,
j aj for a bare Itvlug. He would
1 roposed that the Minister of Fi
nance farm out all the work of thene
clerki to the lion. Noble. Ho rnoved
tlio committee take reoess. Carried.
Reocss from 12 to 1 :30.
KOHGLULU rm DEPARTMENT.
KcHltis uf ltoaMliw Itutircr-entntMc-.
The Board of Rcpiescntntivcs of
the Honolulu Fite Department met
in monthly session, at the Bell
Tower, last night. The Chief Engi
neer, C. B. Wilson, presided. Fines
were remitted in the case of a mem
ber who had been absent from two
meeting'), he liaviur: given satisfac
tory reasons for nou-attendance.
Tho Ball Committee made its final
report, showing receipts, expendi
tures, and a net revenue of $450.
The document was accepted, and
referred to an auditing committee
ot three, with instiuction3 to report
to the chief as soon as examination
of accounts is made.
A communication from T. Kiousc
was read, stating that he had, act
ing in accordance with a request
from the Chief Engineer, fonned a
company of fire police, consisting of
thirty active members, and asking
that the organization be admitted
as a company of the Honolulu Fire
Department. A copy of constitu
tion and by-lawa accompanied the
The Chairman explained that he,
in his capacity as Chief Engineer
of thu lire brigade, had. long rea
lised that an efficient lire police was
a necessity at fires, and had there
fotc asked Mr. Ivrouse to try to form
a company, which he had been suc
cessful in doing. The speaker
thought that this company should
be recognised and admitted into thu
After a shoit discussion, in which
several members participated, it was
resolved that the newly f owned com
pany be admitted, and' its constitu
tion and by-laws be referred to a
committee, for the puipose of ex
amination to ascertain if they con
form to the Legislation governing
A few remarks "for the good of
the department" followed, and the
Services ot St. Andrew's Cathe
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
R., at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
Hawaiian Camera Club, 7 :30.
Chess Touruo3', Class B, at 7.
Meeting of the Turner Club, at
QPLENDID is the lee
O Oieain Soda at the
Ice Cream Pallors.
Tir. Joseph Hans'
Hog & Poultry Remedy !
It costs to feed Hans' Remedy, as a
preventive and arrester of desease, from
."0 cents to SI per hog during Its life
time. cSTFor sale with instructions for use
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
202 2 w 51'Fortstiect.
A. ar AUTOMAT
-rOU SALE BV-
Gtilvimized & Blnck
Fence Wire & Staples
FOlt 8AI.K J1Y
H. W. SCHMIDT k
erman seers, viz:
IXolHiitta, 23(0., XQIo.
roil slu ny
n w onniTrw 9,
u, ??, uuumiui a 1.
HE REST PAPER to butwribo
i lor li thu "Daily Bulletin." ISO
C'nti' nor month
Tli3 Duly SciGiitillo Swlno
Vjaw; ,, "-'
Win. O. Trwln . Pre'idont A MaMffflr
CI. ins Sniccktl"..
TIipo. O. Poller
AOXNTS or Tllf
OUEAMIG STEAMSHIP CO..
Of Sau i-'raiipl'ico, Cat.
KsF-Wiii. G. Irwin .y Co , (rin.have
nuMitned the n.ots and liabilltle of tho
latelhin of Win. G. Irwin .v. Co., and
will continue tho general buslno'i
fornii'ily can led on by that hoii'e.
iS here1)' given to all person' thirt at
a meeting of the shareholding of
Win. G. Irwin & Co, (L'd), held on
the 31st day of .Tuly, 181)0, It was voted
to accept the Cliartor of Incorporation
(Isitetl July 21, 1890, and gi anted to
them aud their associate! and successoia
under tlio corpotato u.tnio and style of
Win, G. Irwin & Co., Limited.
And that the Coiporatioit under said
Chiller was duly oignnlzcd, ami elected
the follow !ug named otllccis, viz;
President & Manager
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President... Claus Spieckels,
Secretary it Ti easui or
W. M. Glffard,
Auditor T. C. Porter.
Notice I3 also given that, pursuant to
tho terms of E,dd Charter, no stock
holder shall be individually linblu for
the debts of the Corporation, beyoud
the amount which shall be due upon
thushnioor "hares owneJ or held by
himself. W. M. GIKFAKI),
Seei clary Win. i. Ii win & Co., L'd.
Will stand for a shoi t time nt
Gre&uOsld Stables, Kaplolanl Park.
Duke SrF.xcr.n Is a dark bay, 4 years
old; stands lfij bauds high; kind aud
X S X X G JR ItJ IT. i
Hy Daka cf KarRli.
1st dam Lou Spencer. by Norfolk
2nd (lain Ballerina.. .by imp IStilrowiilo
fjiddam Ileuuie Farrow
13' imp. hhamrock
4th dam Ida by imp rtaisli!i7ar
Stli dam Madam Uoslcy (Gumma's
Dam) by Mrtlehaid
0th dam Nancy Nichol.. .by imp. Eagle
7th dam but. itosley
by Wilkes' Wonder
Sth dam by Chanticleer
lllh dam by Imp. Steiling
10th dam by Clodlus
11 tli dam by imp. Silvcreyo
12th dam by Imp. Jolly Rosier
13th dam by Imp. Partner
1 lib dam by imp. Monkey
loth dam imp. main from the stud of
llauisou, of liraudon
C3y Best of can? taken with animals.
In 'cisc of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
W. H. RICKAllD,
TIIE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
not be responsible for any bills
contracted in their name without a
wiitten order signed either by D. P.
Peterson or J. M. Oat.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Construction Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 1800. G0K lm
ALL persons arc forbidden to tres
pass or to allow cattle on tlio
l'liintntion and Klce Mill of ICnalaea,
Koolau. All p titles found on the hinds
after a o'clock at nijht will be piose
cuted to the full extent of the law.
025 2w Per Lung Chung Wa.
ALL bills outstanding over one year
anil not paid by August loth, will
bo publicly adveitUcd for sale.
Tho Leading Millinery Houc, corner
Port & Hotel meets. G20 lw
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
. Prtjju In thu "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," nt Yi8 Fort meet, I urn
pic pared to continue thu above btislnecB
under tlio old muue of Honolulu Car
riage Manufactory, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
tlio patronage of my old frlcudu and tho
public hi general, and with my thorough
kuowlcdge uf the Imalueaa and with ex.
perienocd workmen and using only the
iicst material I guarantee general satis,
faction. Plu&tc call Mid see inn before
(rilgned): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oot. 2H, thai), K91 tf
ft. 6. Mil I CO,,
llioroiiglikcfl -:- Liunniog
u jmaiKMaJaaJiittfjmAZA I'iin-tw w "
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Ass
Socfety .of tho
Arc now selling their lionds, and upon
litre of insurance goe-j with every liouu.
Tho following arc a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original aud progressive Company ;
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " ' " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and Ita
From (he Xcio Tork Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tito Tiiu'tfesl Business Evoi Transacted by a Liio Assur
Tho new business of tho Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of the present year Is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of tico hundred millions ofasmr'
ancefor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JF55Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his otlkc. m
ALEX. J. OARTWR8GHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islauds, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
COltNEK HOTEIi &
Ladies', Misses' S (Ufa's Musi Omlewear
Will bo Offered at a Croat Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
Do Not Miss the
S. EHKLICH & CO.,
lesire te Caii
For Lubxioating tho Valves
fc 0$ d&
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially prepared under the highest filoam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which prevents tho eating away
of bolts and keeps tho cylinder and piuton packing perfectly clean. This
was tho first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant uso over eighteen years.
ggrWo also manufacture Superior Machino and Spindle Oils for all
clashes of machinoiy.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
12. R. nK-SDitr, President A Manager
Goufiiky IlnowN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Otipo, Hpreckclu' JJiinli, : Fort Street, Jlonnlnlii.
IMPORTERS nnd DEALERS IN-s
Oen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qonuluo Havilfisu China, plain nnd decorated; and Wethjowood
Piano, Library ii Stand Lamps, Oliandoliers A Electoliorn,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A com pic to aagortru'kof Drills it Filoa,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazelle" 3-whccled Riding Tlow it Equalizer,
Hluobwird Rico Plow, l'liuitern' Steel fe Goobcnooked IToos,
.LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
liInlH, VarnishcH & Brushes, Manila tc Qm Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
JL-Xosje, Howe, DE3!oe,
RUDUUR, WIRE-BOUND of Btiporior quality, &. 8TE.UI,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver riatcd "NVaro, Tablo it Pocket Cutlery,
Powdor, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Muchine-loaded Cartridgea,
Hort'ti PAtent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo k Bolt Threading,
llartiuan'ft Btcol Wire Fouco fe Steel Wire Mats,
Win. 0, Fiehor'o Wrought Stool Kaugea
aato City Stou YiHion,
"Now Procena" Twitt Drills,
nov-29-89 Noal'8 OflnJago Pdlnta,
gwji-'yw&i? Win ixjSHegaXfigmtff
terms. The additional fen
WEEK ONLY I
Corn or !Tntl & Fort Btroot.
Your Attention To
and Cyliadera of Steam Enginea.
.'r - l n-rfl Ar HS471 lie
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CO., Solo Agents. coi 3m
John Ena, Vice-President
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