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OAHU RAILWAY & Lffi) CO.'S
Ti T.ll.t Kffort .Vujcusl 0. IfJBO.
A.M. V.M. r.M. I'.M.
Lcavo Honolulu 8:-)5 1 :45 fiiHOj
AtrivoHotiouiiuii as JO 2:4a U:Ut
Lcavo Honouliull. 5:J0 10:01 3:51 ....
Arrive Honolulu.. 0:11 11:53 4:55 ....
Satuiday and Mondays only.
I Satutdajs only.
llKmu KHMtnt, D 1? Culler, 25 day
from Poil Towuseud
Ilk Ceylon, K Calhoun, 17 days from
Sehr Mnrv fmra llaimlel
Stmr Wnialcalc for Kll.uio.-t nnd Ilaua-
lel lit 5 p in
S S Farallon for San Diego
Mnir Kilauea Hon for HnmaUun
Ilk lim vaster, li P. Lewis, for San
Tor Kniiui per stinr Mikahnla, Sept 9
G 11 McLnin, U Gunu ODLovolaud,
It Wilcox, I lVck, S Pick. MrsD villi,
Mr Tregloan, 2 ( hlnoso, and about 40
Por Xnn and Ilaknlnu per tmrLohua
ept 9 -.Mrs Finokler, Allss Pluckier,
Miss Lynch and otheis.
Kor Maul per stnir Llkcllke Sept 9
Thos Campbell' A Young, V Alan, C
A llefierman, Dr Geo 11 rbcrt. Misses
Dow-ett (2). A Borba, W Costa, O R
Vi'lgh and wife.
For San Fr.inelseo per "tmr Farallon
Sept 10 Mr Routing, w fe and child,
Mr Goodbody, J Keogh, Walter Miles
and E F Miranda.
The bktne S X Castle will probably
sail for San Francisco to-moirow.
The bktne Kllkitat, Cant I) H Cutler,
arrived yeatei day from Port Townsend
with 583 002ft lumber, 20,000 lathR, 45,
i'50 shingles, aud 20 spars construed to
Messrs Wilder A, Uo.
The bark Ceylon, Capt R Calhoun
arrived this inoridug 17 days lroin San
Francisco with a full cargo of gineial
The bark Harvester Capt Lewis sail
ed to-day for Sau FraticIco with 101
tons old iron. Foreign value S1000
The stmr Farallon, Onpt S lionilleld,
took to-day for San Franei-co tlie fol
lowing consignments: i a pbell, Mnr
Hlmllfi Co, 9Jlbncbs bananas; nil Sam,
407 bnolm bauanas; Geo H Pari3. 10
bnclis bananas; Livingston, Clark &
Co, 250 bags rice aud 100 bbls molasses.
Sundries: 2 esses machinery and 17
i'aes corn starch. Domestic value,
SEARLE In Walohliiii, Kan, Aug. 20,
1890, to the wife of Juo. C. Senile, a
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The Iroquois has a Mutunl tele
Employment is wauled by a good
Mybtic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., will
meet thi6 evening.
i 9 m ' -'
Chocolate crenins of the finest
quality are to bo had at the Elite Ice
OrncEits of the Union Ice Com
pany for the ensuing year appenrs in
our advertising columns.
Tub Myrtle Boat Club holds its
regular monthly meeting this even
ing nt the club boat houso.
Theue will be a meeting of the
Committee "of Arrangements for the
Honolulu Arion Picnic to-night, at
7;30,in the hall.
FouTY-roun inches of rain fell in
Hainnkuapoko, Maui, from tho nrut
of tho year to tho last of August,
against seventeen inches for Ihe
whole of last year.
The meeting at Melnorny Hall
last night was largely attended. It
was decided to eflect an athletic
organization, and cornniitteed wore
uppointcd, to report at a subsequent
Nodlu Isenherg wifhi'S tho repot t
of his remuiks on the Sunday bill
corrected- Instead of saying that
the Emperor of Germany wus going
to closo tho beer ealoons on Sunday,
ho Baid that tho Emperor intended
doing his utmost to make tho Sunday
After a Htay of over a year in Ha
waiian waters tho U. 8. S. Nip&ic
took her depart uiti for San Francisco
yesterday afternoon. She was ac
companied out of the harbor by the
tug Elou, on board of which was the
Hawaiian Baud and many friends of
the departing ship's company.
l)n, M. Kawada, Chiof Japanejo
Physician for the Boatd of Immigra
tion, was thrown from his hoiso near
the soap works, Leleo, Sunday morn
ing. Ho was htunned by tho shock
and received two cuts on tho head.
It in gratifying to learn that the doc
tor is doing well at tho Queen'u Hou
pitnl, whore he was taken after the
ARE you a Judgo of good handmado
Chocolate Creams? If so, buy
your Chocolates and other Caudles at
Ihe Elite leo Cream Parlors. (J54 tf
SEVENTV-F1 1'TI I DA Y .
Wl.DXKSDAT, S'pt. 10.
The House met nt 10 o'clock.
nr.rnp.Ts or coMitmi t s.
Xohle Wnlbiiilgc prcenietl the
report of the select committee on
liquor bilte, upon a bill to prevent
the inn nufad ure of liquor without
license, submitting amendments
with which they lceoininend the bill
pn?3. Lnid on the table to be con
sideted with the bill.
Alinister Peterson presented the
report of the select committee on
police items. They have conic to
the conclusion that the time tins nr
livi'd for an inciease in the number
and pay of police, nntl recommund
the ileni3 pass as follows: Pay of
police, Hawaii. 570,000; Maui,
S50.000; Oahu, fclSo.OOO: Kauai,
$.'ii,500; incidentals, civil nnd
criminal expenses, S20.000.
Rep. Bush presented a question
to the Minister of Interior, whether
he had received a communication
from Hon. J. W. Kalua, represent
ative for .South Wnllultu. He said
ti was well known that there was
such a communication, addressed
to either tho Minister or the Presi
dent, It was important to know the
fact, so that steps might be taken
to have the seat tilled. His opinion
was that n member who resigns
his seat in a moment of spleen
ouuht to be allowed to go.
Tiie National Reform Party could
alio id to lose such a man.
Rep. Lucas thought the matter
should be allowed to rest. The
member had gohe off in a heat, and
he would be all right. Only give
him a little lime.
Rep. Bush called the lion, mem
ber to order. The question was
not debatable. He had only given
his rea-ons tor putting it.
Minister Spencer said he had re
ceived such a communication and
handed it to the President ycstei
day. The President appointed Rep.
Rosa on the military committee in
place of Noble McCarthy, resigned.
Rep. R. V. Wilcox presented a
question to the Attorney-beneral:
What was the reason for keeping a
large number of police at the station
during the mas3 meeting last night?
Rep. Hookauo read a Drst time
his bill to amend the law of 1870
relating to gaming. Read a second
time by title and referred to select
commitiee consisting of Messrs.
Hookano, C. Brown, and Rickard.
The bunie member moved and it
was ordered that the bill relating to
masters and servants be referred to
the select committee on that subject.
Rep. Nawahi moved that his re
solution regarding the resignation
of Rep. Kalua be taken up.
Rep. Brown beueved that action
should be taken on the matter.
The motion carried aud the reso
lution was read. It directs the Se
cietary to issue the requisite notices.
Mr. Kalua's resignation was alto
Rep. Brown quoted the rule, that
when a seat becomes vacant in a
session of the Legislature, the Pre
sident shall notily the Minister of
Rep. Paehaole did not think a
member could vacate his Beat by
voluntary resignation. The law pro
vided the only-ways by which a seat
could become vacant. He quoted
the law, including the clause that a
seat ma3' become vacant when a
member shall "resign." It was not
right for a member, when his 8250
was all gone, to say, "There is noth
ing more for me here, I resign." A
member should be required to give
good reasons for resigning. He
moved that the rcsoluton be referred
to a select committee.
Rep. Bush held thnt the law was
very clear that a member may re
sign, and quoted the subsequent
order of procedure. It was the duty
of the Minister of tho Interior to
call a new election, but the resolu
tion should be amended to direct
the President, instead of the Secie
taiy, to notify the Minister.
Noble Iscuberg asked if the House
was obliged to accept the resigna
tion. In all probability the member
would be re-elected, and a great
deal of tiouble would have been
Rep. Bush I beg to differ with
the lion. Noble. You will bavo a
chance to put a man in his place.
Minister Peterson gave the opin
ion that, a member coultl rostgti
whenever he pleased. He hardly
thought the Houso had tho right to
roject a resignation. Anyhow, it
would not be advisable.
Rep. Waipuiluni asked, if a mem
ber resigned and was re-elected,
would he be entitled to a fresh ses
sional allowance of 8250.
Minister Peterson answered in the
Rep. Waipuilani was glad to hear
it. A member could then resign
every week and muko a good thing.
Rep. Ilookuno wanted to get the
opinion of tho Supremo Court there
fore supported the motion for a se
Rep, Nuwnhi thought it would he
childibh to run to the Supremo Court
for an opinion on a matter that was
perfectly plain. He moved the pre
vious question, which carried.
The resolution was adopted.
The President appointed Rep.
Lucas to the committee on damage
to the Queen's property, Noble
Cornwell to tho constitution com
mittee, aud Hookauo to thu judi
ciary committee, all in place of Air.
Rep. White read ft first time his
bill to prevent tho mutilation of
coin. Read a second time by title
nnd referred to the cotnuiiUcc on
Noble M'tclarlatie royj to a ques
tion of ptivilege, saying he vias
sorry that a poieomtl dilli'itliy be
tweeti thu Into member for South
WuiluLu nnd himself had gone so
far. A proposition had been made
to him for an utnicable settlement,
but the conditions were such as he
could not In honor accept. While
he could not state details of the
difference, he would apologize to
the House for having brought about
so much trouble.
UKDLK OK THE DAT.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Rep. Rickuid in the
chair, for consideration of the Ap
Rep. Hi own moved that all items
reported on by committees be taken
Road to open lands back of Hono
lulu, 17,500. Considered with re
port of committee recommending
the item, with conditions that ap
plications for lots shad exceed the
amount appropriated, etc.
Rep. Brown moved that the item
pass and the report be referred to
the Minister of the Interior, so that
he may have before hun the inten
tion of the Legislature.
Noble Baldwin was informed that
a deed with conditions attached
would not hold. If this was the
case he was surprised that two emi
nent lawyers had signed those re
commendations. The conveyance
might be in the form of a two hun
dred years lease.
Rep. Uiowu was willing to stake
his reputation as a lawyer on the
opinion that a deed with conditions
would be legal. The property would
be held subject to those conditions.
Noble Marsden aked it there
were any applications for the lands.
Minister Spencer said there weic
Rep. Brown said there was a peti
tion before the House, signed by
fifty to seventy-live persons, who
declared in it their intention to ap
pry for lots if the road be built.
The petition was reud.
Rep. Paehaole said it was an open
question between what these people
considered fair prices and wliul the
Minister of the Interior culled fair
prices. The conditions inserted
might fully protect the treasury,
but the item would swell the bill.
He thought the matter ahould be de
ferred till next session.
Rep. Brown said there was a
great deal of Government land up
there, aud he as an attorney was
authorized to buy lots at prices
ranging as high as $300 an acre.
He believed that if the road was
made Ihe Government would get
back more than the appropriation
very quickly from the sale of lands.
The temperature there was fifteen or
twenty depress cooler than in town,
and the locality was very desirable
for summer residences.
Rep. Cummings supported the
Noble Widomann fully coincided
with the arguments for the appro
priation. He would give 8250 or
even S300 himself to-day for an acre
of that upland if the Minister would
only take it. But he feared that
the measure was not the proper one
for the end proposed. There should
be a special act to authorize the
Minister of the Interior to make the
expenditure under the desired con
ditions. Noble Marsden moved that the
item bo deferred till tho lion. No
ble iiom Honolulu biing in a bill
such as he hud suggested.
Rep. Bush moved for recess,
which was taken from 12 to 1:30.
The mass meeting called in the
numc of the National Reform Party
last night on Palace Square drew
several hundred people, including
many women and children. Speeches
were made by James Quinu, J. M.
Kaneakua, J. K. Kauuamano, L.
W. P. Kanealii, John E. Bush, Jos.
Nawahi, R. W. Wilcox, Win. White,
and Kiha. The committee having
found it advisable, conirary to the
resolution appointing them, to aban
don the "want of confidence" topic,
the talking was nearly all on the
constitutional convention project.
Mr. Bush said the proposed con
stitution would be one that every
man, woman, and child in the king
dom would have a hand in framing.
There was nothing in the present
constitution against an enabling act,
and anyhow this Instrument was
illegal itself. It was made by rob
bers, a handful of missionary law
yers. Mr. Wilcox urged the natives to
crowd the Legislative Hull when the
enabling act came up, and said that
any National Reform member voting
against it ought to be torn limb
The audience was in very good
humor, giving the impression
that they looked on the proceedings
as a farce. They laughed at the
hottest appeals and greeted fresh
orators with cries for Kaulukou and
others not of the party.
Attention, Knights of Phythias.
A FULL attendance of Mystic Lodgo
No v), K. of P., Is hcrt'bv oidmud
for THIS (Wednesday) EVENING,
lluslness of great importance will cuu.o
beiore the convention.
F. HORRI-.ON, C. O.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 18W. CM It
DEATH OF uiR. TURNBULL.
In our issno of Tuesday we no
ticed the death of James Turnbull,
hiigar boiler nt Naalehu plantation,
by drowning. Subsequently wu
have learned the following particu
lars regarding it: On Sunday last
a party of employees of the planta
tion, nuiotig whom was tho deceased,
were bathitig in the Inrcu reservoir.
Some had come out and were dress
ing vhcn they noticed Mr. Turnbull
ipUiuh around nnd sink. The
MtickMnllli of the plantation, Air.
McWillituus, and others pluugcd in
and secured the body, but when it
was brought out life was extinct.
He was buried that afternoon. Mr.
Turnbull was to all appearances en
joying perfect health and the cause
of his drowning seemed to bis com
rades a little mysterious. Perhaps
hud there been an autopsy held on
the body, the cause would have
BCrOHE JUDD, C. J.
Wfdkesdat, Sept 10th.
The petition of A. J. Cartwnght,
trustee for the estate of Emma Ka
lelconnlani for continuation of sale
of ical estate was confirmed. C.
Brown for petitioner.
PLOYMKNTlo wanted by a Good
U Rough Carpenter; has his own
Address "A." this olllee.
ENGLISH Lady seeks position as
housekeeper, thoroughly experi
enced, good needlewoman. Address
"A. T.," PostolUce, Honolulu. 053 3t
BY A. O. Wood, (lnte with n. H. Wil
liams & Co., furniture dealeis),
with sound firm in this city, us teamster
and dell very man, Is a good driver, un
derstands the care of horses, harness
etc., is well acquainted with the city,
understands the Hawaiian language,
steady and temperate la habits Ad
dress A. O. Wood," General Posi
oiUco. 0 J3 St
'PHREE Large Furnished
1 Rooms and three empty
rooms ou Hotel street. AnnlV
at thl3 olllee. o-lj lw
FOUR UnfurnUhed Rooms
with uie of kitchen and
dinlngroom; reasonable rent.
-No. 15 Emma street."
f Hcdioom and Parlors
to rent in a piivate family,
suitable for a gentlem in or gent'eman
aud wife. .Apply coiner of Likellke
undP.l.tce Wul tllS lw
FOK ItEX i?
LELEo Stables at present
occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., permission
given August 1st. Apply to
003 tf J. is. WALKER.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN 1
rphc Celebrated Run
1 ulng Stallion "She
nandoah" will staud
this season at the
r f Woodlawn Dairy:
terms 830. For further particulars
apply at the Dairy. 686 3m
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holder of tho UiloSugsrCo. held
at tho otllce of Wm C. Irwin & Co.,
(L'd), Septembers, 1890, the following
ollleers were duly elected to servo dur
ing the eusuingyear:
Win. O. Irwin PreMdont,
John D. Spicckeh.. Vice-President,
n. M. Wultuoy,.Tr Auditor.
W. il. G1FFARD,
052 2w Secretary.
Steam Jot Printing
This office having added a large variety
of tho latest styles of
To IU Job Printing Room
Is hotter prepared than over to execute
all orders In that Hue, comprising:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmes, Etc, Etc,
ALL AT LOW RATES. -
"Daily Bulletin Offloe,"
Just Received I
Ex "AdCiui?" & "Ienhcrg"
Gs. - Hemiesssy Briiy,
Cases Palm Treo Oln.
Cases White bottle Kuy Gin,
CsiincIriM Scotch Whiskey,
Cases Extra Fluo Sherry,
Cases Diy & Sweet champagne,
Cs. Italian Vermouth,
Curacou, Absinthe, Etc., Etc.
Prize Medal Paris Exposition.
The Host Beer in the market
beats bt. LouU and Milwaukee all to
tSST llrewcd and Bottled in Suria
mento, liner and cheaper thin Frcdiick
buig and Wielaud California Beer.
FOK SALE 11Y
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
OH Thank Bitovrc, Manager. 1m
MR. Walter M. Glffard will act for
me under power of attorney dur
ing my absence lroin this Ivlmidnm.
Wm, O. IKW1N.
Honolulu, Aug. i'O, 1W0. C14 2w
CAPT UN Richard Irving of the Bri
tish ship "Bletigrell," will not be
responsible for any di-bt contractu! h
his crew without his written older.
HON. Cnrtia P iuukea I? authorized
until fuulier notice, to eollei t ul
Crown Laud rents, aud to ghe receipts
tor the same.
Q. W. MACFARLANE,
Crown Laud Agent
noiiolulu, Aug. 19, 1SD0. U35 ll
NOTICE Is heicby given that Mr.
John Oiace bus this daj been
appointed Malinger of the Honolulu
Dairy Co , in the place of Mr. Martin
J. ALFRED MAOOON.
617 lw secretary 11. L. Co.
THE coffee thop bnMncss at No 32
King btieet, hitherto owned bv
Wong Pang Cliong, has been this day
sold to Leung Chock, who will ciurv on
the business la future. All bills, owing
to date must bo paid to Wong Pang
OUong, who will also nettle all liabili
ties. Honolulu, Sept. 6, 18D0. t!51 3l4
OAHU College & Puuahou Prepun
tory School will openMONDvY.
September 8th. Tuition: 31perweeK
Board for girls, looms furnished, r
per week; for boys, rooms uiifuriilhhed.
81.."0. The new President F. J. Hor
nier, aud Prof. J. Q. Wood uro expected
by the Australia September 10th
Tiios. L. QULICIC.
650 lw Piosldent pro tern
ALL per-ons nre hereby wanu-d
aaiuHt shooting or trespassing; on
the lauds owned by me In the Dl-tr.ci
of Waiplo aud Walkele, Ewa. and on
the land ou Walkakalauj. hold bv nie
under lease. All nervous to ehootbi!?
I or trespassing will be piuiucuti d to ih
full AViuiil r tli.i .....
tun vaivui ui i lib my
C. A. BROWN.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, lfDO. 015 ii
FROSI and after this date we v III not
be responfclble for any fiHe;lir after
Riimo has boen delivered at any station.
Parties to whom freight Is consigned
must bo at the station to rocolvo their
OAHU R 1LWAY A LAND CO.,
W. G. Ashley, Supeilutendfnt.
IIoiiolulu, Sept. 0, 1800 051 if
From and after this dato we
will not be responsible for auy
freight after same ha been
landed. Parties to whom
freight Is consigned miiU be at
the lauding to receive their
WILDER'3 S. S. CO.
Honolulu, Sept.'C, 1S00, 650 tf
To Patrons of the Kaaipu Dairy,
TUB undersigned hereby respectfully
uotltles the public that hu hits ic
siiiucd the direct management of thu
Kttilpu Dairy, after an interval of Jit
teen mouths, dining which it has been
manHRed by other pintle, He is not,
aud will not bcivspounlbluforaiiy dehtu
contracted on account of add Dairy,
without the wilttcu order of himself or
his wife. He lespectfully so lulls a eon
tluuauce of the cut-tom of his former
patrons. A. A. MOXT.vNO.
tfu-J" -T"""l' "Jlff-i'i't11!1 'S&T)(?Aik
NOW TS THE TIME I
leEouitame Life Assurance
Society of tho United States,
Are now celling their Bonds, and upon easy Xituii. The addition! fvu.
turo of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following nro a few of the many attractive forms offorud by thio
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PEK CENT. GUARANTEED KOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
ARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
3Hll.DRF.NS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and eeitain, Hnd Its
('Voot the Xeio York Xnn, April Ath, 1890.)
Thu Iittrjyosfc CriHini'HS Ever Transnntotl ly a Iilfi Amur-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the fiist quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Yurrr
.Million Dollars. This Is at the rate of tico hundred 7iillions of'assur
HHwj'or the ycir, nnd is unprecedented in the annal of life assurance
"Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or mil
upon the undei signed at his office.
ALEX- J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islnnds, Equitable Lite Asitira.uce Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
$YM 3 8 P
'd tas San
CORNER IIOTISL & POUT STREETS.
XfST" We beg to inform the public that we placo our entire stock for
sale at Reduced Prices.
DRY p FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swiss Skirt Lengths will be sold nt very low rates
to make room for new stocks now on
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
ll Eta 10 Yarfis for $1 in Latest Patterns !
Just received latest patterns in Scrim, Madras, Lace Curtains
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Ladies' &. Childien's Hosiery. Our great specially "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fait colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, just received latest staples in Tidies nnd
Bureau scurfs, ruble. Covers, Etc. Always on hand a large stock of Ladies',
Gent's and Cliildron's Shoes.
Gcat'w Xisi'ni.jIiixirv' Qood,
A full line of Drees, Shirts, Collars, Cutis, latest styles in Neckwear. A
huge variety of Boy's nnd Cliildron's SuiH.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
I fTrt Vine rf?nrv.'l nnr Q01 A WnTMrR
Jj I VU1W I UH WM --f b' T ..fc- W UWW V V k4 IU SAX W Kt UIlVir
(Near tho Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish nt short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Oluss Aerated Beverages .
Plain, SffB3t, Loiaou, Strawberry or Cream Soia,
Sarcaptirilla, Savsaparllla & Irou Water, and Crab
Uuing exclusively the HYATT 1'UitE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
KOHT STUKKT. : :
IC. R. Hknurv, President & Manager. Joim Ena, Vice-President;
GoucitisY Buown, Secretary & Treasurer. Ceoii. Bkown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fppi. ;Spre;Leln' Xiiuik, t Fort .Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine IIavllr.nd China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Ohandoliors &. Elootoliora,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION '
The "Giwollu" 3-wheeli-d Ruling Plow &. Equalizer,
Bluebeard liira Plow, Planter' Steel &. Gooseneckod Hoen,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED, '
Paiiitu, VnrnMiOH it Bundled, Manila A, Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OP ALL KINDS,
1-3 owe, Homo, Hohc,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of miperior quality, A. STEAM,
Ag.ito Iron Ware, Silver Plated Waro, Table A Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot d. Cap, Tho Oulebiatcd "Club" Maehino-loailwl Curtridgaa,
Uurt'b Pttlont "Duplo." Die Stock for Pipe A Bolt Threading,
Uaitnittii'fe tfleel Wire Fence fc Hteol Wire MUn,
Win. G. Fiuhor'u Wrought HtM)l Range,
Gale City Htuup Filial u,
".Sew I'rwwui" TwU Drills,
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