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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY & LARD CO5
,! T. T.lt liffcvt .July tt. 1MK).
A. M. I'. M.
Lmvo h'OIOllltll . S'tf 1:1,1
Arrive Honouliull 10:0 :::0."
Loavo llonoullitll lOiiJ." ;t:l'.",
Arrive Honolulu 11:"" -ItM
i i mi
A lie 20
Sehr Kaulkeauiill from Koloa
tftiur Kanla from a clii'iillot O.iliti
ficr liK AdonK G Tbanc, fnrSnii Fian-
Klmr Pule, for l.alittina and KuKnltiti :it
2 i in
? v " K8SELS"7rAVllS Vo-KORBaWL
H.'hi Km iMol rm-Ilili.
? , Sehr ICaiilKeaouli for Unlaw :i
; ' datTgoes from islahd parts.
.Sehr Knuil.u.ioull 100 bugs of lice.
For Kauai her .tmr Jilksiliala, Aug
1!) Mrs Covington, M G rono.i, David
Tial,, W Heine. S AV Wileo:;. J lla
gens, E Knpkc, Ako. Aehoi'lt, U II Ilofl
guil. W V Loekwood, IIA Maclk', jr,
:i others mid iKIdoek.
Hir Maul per Mnir Lil.ollke, Aug III
WiavTavlor, i: Haldwin.Drlleilicil,
W Ki'iki. faster Kalnma. KM ItuwuKit,
O 11 While, O 1' Wililei, Geo Jtn'-s, .1 A
Mick, Miss Ll7ziu Gocl.etl, " olheu nail
jiliout 20 deck.
" s7miwj otes.
Tho baik Adoni, Captain Brnnc, sail
ed to-day for San FiancKco villi 1)117
bags Migur, shipped us lollowa: II
llaekfeld & Co, 7117 bags, and C Iloltc.
JiOJU. Toumige, (SOI tun'.; domestic
LOCAL & GENERAL KEW!
A iilack and
been lew I.
loirles don has
Ki-ccial lodge meeting; of No. J,
I. O. O. l', Excelsioi, this evening,
for degree woi k.
Mil. .las. F. Morgan will Bell nl
auction, lo-moiunv nt noon, houcs
and colts, in lion. J. T. Dowelt'n
A jincnso of llmvaiian Spoita
inan'a Aspooiation will he held at
Hawaiian Hotel, Thuiadny cvoning,
21st inst., ut 7:30 p. ni.
Tun Hawaiian band will play at
the Insane Asylum at U o'clock lo
moirow aftornoon, and on J'tidny
night at the Hawaiian Hotel.
A modki. ot Wilder StcainMiip
Company's new steamer Clandine is
on exhibition in lite Company's of
.Jice. It is u very pretty phco of
workmanship, and wiih made in Soot
land, wheio the Clandino was built.
The inaugiual dance of Company
B, Honolulu llitlcb nt their ainioiy,
aMclnerny Hall, FoitM rout, last even
ing, was a splendid event. The hall
was brilliant with olectrie light, and
flowers and lings weio artistically
hung about tho walls, giving tho
place- an enchanting appeaianco.
About foity couples .attended, tho
military in full diess uniform .and
olliers in evening diebs. Tho Quin
tette Club fin nibbed music, and tip
ping tho right funtoBlic was joyously
kept up until after midniglit. Light
lefreshments woio indulged in short
ly befoie 12 o'clock, and the gcnenil
verdict of the whole ail'air wa ; un
favorable EVENTS THIS EVEHIHD.
Special meeting Excelsior Lodge,
I. O. O. F,,at 7:30.
Services at St. Andicw'a Cathe
Sorvices at Central Union Church,
Drill Co. C, Honolulu HMcb,
Oabu Lodge Ka. 1, K. of 1'., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of 1, at
Wlilto vs. Goldenbuig.
KUlredgo vs. Wiighl.
Wulkor vs. Kimbull.
Gear vs. Langc.
llulmBh vs. Sims.
Logan vs. Marsdcn,
Brasch va. Gilea.
Mahoney vs. Hutchinson.
IJeals vs. Brown.
The motion to indelliutcly po-it-pone
the bill abolishing barbed wire
fences brought out the full planter
vote. All tho sanio tho bnrbed wiro
fence is a barhaious institution.
Hep, Nawahi's reason for trying
to aboliBh baibed wiro fences is
perhaps because a "nigcer" cannot
bo concealed in a barbed wire fence.
Y"itl thp barbed wiro fence in gen
eral use part of his occupation
would bo gone.
The Hilo and Ilamakua Itallway
ought to be a safe lino to travel
pver, when tho "block Bystcm" has
been adopted on it before it is built.
A NICE Charlotto Butso is tho pro
per i)U1i for Jli'cuurchn Hhineis.
Made to oitli'i" at tho Kllto Ice Cienm
i'arlor. Oil Ut
j ,nJwi'rmiM,wrWHr jvc-genr awcwygowg m
FIFTY XI NT! I DAY.
Wr.DNT.SDAY, Aug. 20.
The House met at 10 o'clock,
nr.ponts or roMMmr.r.s.
lep. Cu minings presented a 10
poit of the committee on public
lantli nnd internal iinprovcinents
upon buvernl petitions. They ilnd
that ccilnin tr pipes at Honolulu
can be laid without special legisla
tion. A sen wall at Knnwaloa is al
mady provided for. The pctitiou
for a certain road on Maui is recom
mended to the Minister of Interior.
An additional nppiopriation of S200D
is recommended for Hawaii to per
mit of certain liupiovements in Ila
makua. Rcpoit referred to Minister of in
terior. Hep. Lucas from
report of tha scleul
I'laini-, of J. C. White. They Ilnd
that his bill of 5?;:t)0 for voik on
plans in fonneelion with electiic
lights was improved by the Supcrin
tendril! of Waterworks, but reduced
to SlnO by the Superintendent of
Public Works, which latter Riim wan
declined by petitioner. Tho com
mittee consider that the work was
'worth 5300, and recommend that an
item for that amount, be inserted in
the Appiopriation Bill. With re
mud to petitioner's claim for work
done on foundations of Palace elec
tric light station, they find that
while doing the work he was under
pay from the Government and
therefore is not entitled to the
Laid on the table to ha considered
with the bill.
Noble McCarthy also lead the re
port of tho select committee on the
petitions of J. V. Bowler. There
port is as follows :
To ran IIok. J. S. Wai.kck, Presi
dent of the Legislature of 1890.
Sir: Your select committee to
whom uns referred petitions 221,
227, and 22S from J. F. Bowler,
being for claims amounting to $ 11),
2M.81, would rcpoit as follows :
We Hi st took up petition 228 for
uoikdoneon Palace electric ligbJ
foundation, etc., and found the fol
lowing facts, to wit :
That in the month of Match, 1887,
tho then Minister of Interior, L.
Aholo, ordered Mr. Bowler to per
form certain work on electric light
foundation at Palace, also repairs to
cas house in Palace yaul. In pur
suance of such order Mr. Bowler
perfouned said work to the amount
of 61G12.08. From evidence your
committee believe that a good job
was done at a reasonable price.
That on or about .luno 80th, 18S7,
the said amount became due and
payable, and shortly after said lime
Mr. Bowler presented his bill to the
then Minister of Interior, L. A.
Thurston, who refused to approve
it, on the ground that theie was no
appropiiation from which to pay ilM
and that the Palace did not belong
to the Government but was the pri
vate piopeity of Ilia Majesty. Your
committee find that the Palace is
Government propertj' and it appears
as such in tho schedule, Minister of
Interior's repot t 1S90, page 22G.
That there was an appropriation
from which this bill could have
been paid, namely, "Lighting City
of Honolulu with electric light,"
for your committee have found that
the late Minister of Intel ior, L. A.
Thurston, approved the voucher
2(5"i8, which was for tho cement
used on this work, and gave his
draft for same, and it was drawn
from the above appropriation.
As regards petition 227 your
committee found that in November,
1880, tenders were asked for, for
.certain work to be done on Palace
wall. Tenders were received from
J. F. Bowler, R? Lishman, and
Honolulu Planing Mill, and Mr.
Bowler being the lowest bidder the
work was given to him. These tend
ers were lor so much per squaie
yard for cement wash and plaster
ing; per lineal foot for coping and
side wall ; per post for concreto
posts and for gates complete, the
total amount to be received for tho
work to be determined on measure
ments to be made by tho Superin
tendent of Public Works on its
completion. After the completion
of this work the Minister of Interior
instructed the Superintendent of
Public Works to measure the other
walls for the same alterations as the
Likeliko street gate?, which at the
same rates as per paid for the former
work would amount to S7000. The
job was given to Mr. Bowler on
Feb. let, 1887, as per letter press
copy book in tho Interior Olllce, and
lie was to wait for payment till Feb.
1st, 1889, as the appropriation was
nearly exhausted. The work was
performed and was approved by tho
Minister of Interior, h. Aholo, by
the Superintendent of Public Works,
Julius II. Smith. When the bill be
came due Mr, Bowler asked the then
Minister of Interior, L. A. Thitrs-
ton, to have an item inserted in the
Appropriation Bill of 1888 which lie
As regards petition 221 your com
mittee have found the following
facts; That about April, 1887, there
were on these islands a number of
South Sea Island laborers whoso
contracts had expired and the Gov
ernment at that time were being
urged by the Foreign Diplomats to
return said laborers to their homes.
Mr, Bowler hearing that these pco-
DAILX iiULLIfiTIJH ; IIUWObULU, il. l.,
HJ.ucgyg vsfttrreran wtWyij-fjBwwiwwvs'ww
ple were to Ijij returned had a con- '
sultation with Y. M. Gibson, Minis
ter of Foieigu Affairs, and L.
Aholo, Minister of Interior and Pre
sident, of Board of Immigration,
with the icsult that Bowler pur
chased the baik Knlakaua for the
purpoo of returning aid laborers,
and lilted her up accordingly. On
Ihu 2'Jtli day of June, 1887, a uil
Un coulract or charter paily was
tinned by J. V. Bowler anil C. 11.
Ilondeiaon (bis captain), paities of
the first pait, and tlio President of
Board of Immigration, L. Aholo,
patty of Hie second part, by which
said bark Kalakatia wascbaitered to
return said laborers at S"0 per head.
Mr. Bowler was also granted per
mission to recruit labor, a copy ot
such permission being on file In t lit
Interior Olllce. Mr. Frank God
frey was commissioned Government
agent to sec that such laborers weio
property returned home. There
being a change of administration
about this lime, Mr. Bowler was
notified that the contract belore
mentioned had been cancelled and
aUo that his pcrini&Mon to ucrnit
had been l evoked.
From testimony taken we Ilnd that
there wuro between 300 and 100 ot
theso people whose conlracts had
expired anil who weio ready to 10
turn to their homes. Also that the
vessel could have iceiuileil between
250 and 30(1 laborers, wlrch at Hint
time were paid for at the rale of
510." per head and the estimated
cost of recruiting would be about
o0 per head. We ako Ilnd that,
the vessel was to tako coal and ap
plies for the Kaimiloa, which were
to be landed at Apuing, 2.0 tons at
$.") per ton. Wo Ilnd in copies of
contract on file in the Interior ollice
that the Govirnment was bound to
guarantee theso people then passage
home if they desired it ; also that at
that time there was an nppiopria
tion of S1J0,000 from which Mr.
Bowler could have been paid.
In view of the foregoing your
committee recommend that an item
bo inserted in the Appropriation Bill
for the amount ol 531,839.81, as
Pat-sago of 330 laboieia at
.$30 each V 9,900 00
250 tons fi eight to A piang
at !?." .. l.SHO.OO
SriOjeciuils at fMO.l .".siiG,-
2")0, les cost of t count
ing at ifi'iO per head
!rl2,n0O 13.7f.0 00
Uepaus loP.ilacc wall. :. 7,000.00
Intoiest on same from Feb.
1, 1SS9, to June 30, 1890. 892 50
Foundation tkctiie bglit,
Interest on same, 3 years
at 9 percent -13..2G
C. J. McCarthy,
C. O. Bkkgkr,
Laid on the table to be considered
with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Kalua read a first time his
bill to continue the subsidy for mails
between the Hawaiian Islands and
San Fiancisco. Rules suspended
and bill read a second time by title,
and Rep. Kalua moved it pass to en
grossment. Minister Brown objected to bills
appropriating large suni3 being rush
ed through, and moved the bill be
referred to the finance committee.
Noble Baldwin thought it was a
simple bill on which there would be
no disagreement, and he would favor
the motion to pass it now.
Noble J. M. Homer supported
the motion of the Minister of Fi
nance. When the subsidy Dill pass
ed a few years ago, it was hinted
that perhaps the company would
soon be able to do without the sub
sidy. Possibly, that was tho case
now. So far as he knew the com
pany had not asked for a subsidy.
The House should wait to see if the
United States Subsidy Bill passed, in
which case the company would not
need our subsidy.
Noble Burchart thought a condi
tion should bo imposed that the
steamer should get in at daylight in
stead of noon, so that the mails
could be despatched for the other
islands in good season.
JSoblc Phillips called attention to
the fact that tho bjll piovided Slf00
a month not for ouo but for two
steamers, which was S3000, or 72,
000 for the period instead of $18,
000 as members might suppose.
There was no necessity for this
rush, as the item passed in tho Ap
propriation Bill whs enough without
Noblo Iscnberg could not sec tho
necessity for haste, He moved the
bill be referred to tho Cabinet.
Rep. Brown favored referenco to
the finance committee. The state
ment of Noble Phillips was per
fectly correct. He did not know
what tho bill was till he sent for it
to the Clerk's table. Also there
was another line asking for a sub
sidy, and besides the Tahiti line,
Tliey ought to look into these things
caiefully. Ho would vote to give
tho Oceanic Steamship Co. the pre
ference over all others, from having
had dealings with them and from
their having interests here.
Noblo Wldemann thought the ob
jectors were mistaken, but would
second tho motion for reference to
Minister Brown said it wasn't as
if any hardship was being dono to
anybody. Tho company were get
ting their subsidy every month.
Noblo Baldwin thought that out
of consideration for tho feelings of
hou. member the bill might bo
roiiimillcd, but it wa3 exactly the
same as the old one. So long as
only one steamer was limning the
HithMdy would not be payable for
Bep. Paehaolo moved for a select
Hep. Bush favoiod passing the hill
now, denying that the bill called for
72,000. I f the community found two
round trips a necessity, thu bill
would enable the Government to
provide for lite additional service.
They wcie not obliged to pay thu
money without u contract anyway.
Kip. Kalua said tho bill was the
same as the old law. The company
could not get any more money than
Iho Legislature appropriated.
Hep. Brown tnid that In ISSfi the
Legislature pnsscd a bill under
which 72,000 was drawn. This
bill if passed would bo a contract
and if this session did not appro
pi iale the money, and two steamers
wne put on, theie would be a claim
for this balance in 1892. He was
not against the company, v. Inch paid
out for labor in this city the last
two ycais over $10,1)00. The sub
sidy simply amounts to paying the
company Hie amount they expend
loading and unloading the ulcanicrs
Referred to special committee.
Noble Cornwell 'read a llrst time
ids bill to ptohibil the keeping and
breeding of labbills.
Noble J. M. Horner gave notice
of a bill to provide thai the expenses
of the Honolulu Fire Department shall
be. borne by the property owners
whose propel ty is protected by such
Hep. Ctimmings give notice of
bills to cncoiiiage, respectively, the
cultivation of tobacco, the cultiva
tion of coffee, the manufacture of
taio flour, the cultivation of ramie,
the indtistay of fruit drying.
Noble I'na read a first time iiis
bill to piovide for a Policed ustice
Hep. Kalua gave notice of a bill
to authorize a national loan.
The Ficsidenl appointed, as the
special conimillc on the Oceanic
Steamship Co. bill, Paehaolo, Bald
win, Marques, Hind, Marsdcn.
Hecess fiom ll:o0 to 1:30.
Judge Coffey lias decided tint
Florence Biythc is the heir of Thos.
II. Blylhc's.four million dollar es
tate in Sin Francisco.
Trouble is icporlcdin the Samoan
villages. Foieigners think thothteo
Powers ought to establish a ptoper
The revolution at Buenos Avres
suddenly collapsed by the failuieof
the insurgents' ammunition after
they had rained things their own
way several days.
The United Slates Senate is still
discussing the tariff.
A tableware manufacturer of Find
lay, Ohio, says his establishment,
with that of every glass concern in
the United States, has been sold to
an English syndicate. The price
paid averages 100,000 per factory,
or 3,300,000, as there aie thirty
three factories in the country. Tho
pi ice of tableware is to be advanced
as soon as the syndicate assumes
Tho revolt at the capital of San
Salvador has been suppressed.
General Rivas was captured and
shot. Hundreds of people had been
killed in the streets. Guatemala
has withdrawn her forces from the
kfronlicr and all is quiet.
Cholera is spreading at .Mecca.
There weie 81 deaths in one day.
General Fremont's will 'executed
Aug. 19, 18.jI, lias been discovered
in New York. The estate all goes
to the widow.
Fmperor- William lias left for a
visit to Fngland.
The liquidator of the Panama Ca
nal Co. finds it possible with econ
omy to realize 300,000,000 francs.
The Grenadier Guards have been
recalled and, it is said, will go to
Sir James Feiguson, Secretary of
the Foreign Ollice, in Hie Commons,
confirmed the leports that the Brit
ish African Land Company's steamer
James Stevenson had been seized by
an officer of the Portuguese navy,
lie stated that the British Minister
at Lisbon had been instructed to re
monstrate with Portugal against the
seizin c, and to demand the punish
ment of those who seized the
Count Luof Tolstoi's book,
"Kreutzer Sonata," has been for
bidden ciiciilaliou in the United
Stales mails, on the opinion of As
sistant Attorney-General Tyner
"that it is ot au indecent charac
ter." A more fiiendly feeling is said to
be growing toward Mr. Blaine'ii
scheme in the Senate. In tho
House, however, thu Republican
members of tho committee on way
and means will not listen for a mo
ment to any plan which interferes
with thu popular political pro
gramme of free sugar.
HON'. Pin lis I. laiikea Is aiillioilcd
. until further notice, to colleci all
reals, and to glo iccoipls
foi tlm same
Cum n Laud AL'cnt.
Honolulu, Aug. 1!, 1H0. (!:!: tf
TUB in xt teiin begins JIOXDAY,
Supiember 1st. Xow pupils
should npplv at once. For further par
llculuu apply lo
W'U, U. OLESON,
023 21 1 i'rhu'lpiil,
- AUttuST JJO, miiu.
ir.l lSTUAIl.lt AVllll
Nflincroiis Maps and Sketclios.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
C1'.) flw -)0 Mciehaut "l . Honolulu.
Dr. JoKph I5t:j.H
Hog fi Poultry Remedy !
Tlio Only SciGBulh Sv;lao Remedy.
It enM to fcod lln.w' Beniedy, as a
piL'eiitic and al letter of ilvsease, fiom
i0 rent to $1 pel hog during It1- life
time. CsSf-For ile with instiuetiontf.r uc
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
oi Foi t btrecl.
'ViSr-afja'yn.l K VV
V -- --e. .. .,. .v'
- w ivirj v f fw im . . i
- Fur s-ile
at all Ifailhi;; "iocc-
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
Obi S. F. Agent',. r.'t
fi -taiul for a hoit time nt
Greenfield Stables, Kapiolasi Park.
I)ui;i: Sit.noiu: ! a daik luiv. I venis
old; Maud-) U.s haniN hlgli;'klud and
By Duke cf Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer bvNoifolk
2nd diiiu llalleiina...by Imp. Bahownie
Jlul dam Ilciiule Fanow
by imp. Shamioek
ttli dam iilu by imp Italshaai-
Gth dam Jladam Ito-ley (Gamma's
Cth dam Nancy Xlehol... by imp. Faglo
7ih dam Bet. llus!u
:.by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
nth dam by imp. Stcilhig
10th dam by Oloilliis
nth dam by hup. Silvortijo
l'-th dam by imp, .lollv Itoser
ltllli dam by Imp. Pai liier
1-bli dam by imp. JlonKey
l.'ilh dam Imp. main fiom tho Ftud of
llai i ifeon, of Iiiamlou
tST Bust of cam tnl.cn with animals.
In eisu of accident no iepoiisibllly
will lie ar,Miiiied.
A NUJBLY ruiiilslii'd
v Front Jtoom al Xo.
& 1 Adams Lane. C.I I tf
Pim. q. r0 lent or lease a Collage
fii'i 1. with about four moms;
KSSaJaJ about lo inliiiiteii' walk from
tuwu; on King or ISeielatiln streitts, to
wauls Ihn l'lahis prefeiicd, Adibess
"L. to J.," ihU ollk'ti. iL' tf
F.LKO Kliihlei at piOMMit
J occiiplod bv Jliiwalluii
KlTiausfer Co., iiui mission
gbeii August 1st. Apply to
liUB tf J,h. WALK Hit.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
rnim Celobrated Rmi
iiandoali" will stand
this Benson at the
terms gnu. For further parllenlar.s
apply at tlm Dairy. r.S,V,lm
NOW IS TEE TIME
Arc now selling their Bonds, and upon
turn ot Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive foims offered by
original and 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.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(7-Vom the. New Vor.'i Sun, April -ith, 1890.)
Th Litrrcoht IUihIugsh Ever Transacted by a Itl'e Assur
The new business of tho Fqtiitablo Life Assuiance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktic
Million' Doli.ahs. This is at the rate of two hundred millions ofasstir
mice for Uic yeo and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
"Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undui signed at his oillco.
ALE'X. J. CARTWRRGHTy
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tiio U. S. Jan-1-90
s Less a I
COKNEU HOTEL &
SEAT REDUCTION !
To make loom for an
iinmoiibu New Slock of
ti.di.i, August 22nd,
Enilnoidery Skill Lengths, all-ovei cmbroidciy;
Linen Lawn?, Vicloiin Lawns, 10 yd pes;
India Linen, Dotted Swiss
Latest Stjles in Riminu't Dress Goods,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT IN
Figured Sateens, 20 cts per yard;
Specialty in Genuine Black Diamond Hosieiy,
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
S. EHKLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having lcmoved our SODA WORKS to more commodious quartern at
(Xear the Custom House)
Wo are now piepnicd lo furnish at sbott notice, and of prime quality, any
of thu following High Clas-s Aerated Beverages:
Plaifl, Swsot, Lsfflsi, Slrailierry or Gnu Sola,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
UYing e.fliiBively Ihu HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLI8TER a C
EWHT K'S'fiiS-lS'iT. ::::::
E. R. Hkkdkv, President &J1 imager.
GonntKV liitow.V, Seereiaiy &Tre.isuicr.
HAWAIIAI MARDARE CO.,
(Pppo. M5irtcliilHT i;iili,
Gen'l Hardware, OSassware, Crockery,
Qonuiuo Haviland China, plain and decorated; aild Wcdgowocd
I'iiino, Libraty it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers t Electoliors,
Lamp FixUiios of all kinds, A completes assortin't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION '
Tho "Gaolki" 3-wlieoled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel & Goosenecked HoeB,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
I'hIiiIh, Varninliud it Brushes, Manila & Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
H-.K owe, Jrioisjc, JEiose,
RUBBUR, WIRIMIOVJND of superior quality, &. STEAM,
Agnlo Iron Waro, Silver l'latod Waro, Tablo & Pocket Cutlery, i
Powder, Sbol it Gaps, Tho Celubr.ited "Olub" Macliiuo-lo.idedUartridges,
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