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"WEDNESDAY EVENING, DKCJMMBBK !M, 1890.
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1- Vol. XIV.-N'.TTr IJONOLUJ.IJ, 11. I.,
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STORY OF LIFE
ICopjTlRht by American Tress Association.
ETE lived at the
sM Newsboys home
Sin a big Ameri-
can city. Pete
'was not a news-
. boy, but tho way
bo came to bo at
ithe homo wua
Jthis: His brother
a Patsey, 9 years
3 old, was father,
' mother and all to
Pete, and Patsey
was a newsboy.
Pete was but 0,
and too young to
peddle papers, so
and as ho- was
quito a successful newsboy himself, ho
could afford to "have his family with
him," as ho said. Peto was his family.
There were only those two, and neither
could rometnr when there had been
any ono else in tho family circle. It did
not cost yery much to live at the liome,
for tho chargo each day was flvo cents for
supper, sue for lodging and Bit: for break
fast, which for both boys would amount
to not quito two dollara and a half a
week, and "find ycr own lunch."
But first it must bo oxplained that tho
homo is a place where newsboys who
have no other place to live can sleep
comfortably and get their breakfasts and
suppers besides, if they wish, for tho
small bums mentioned above. Its object
is not only to givo them good places to
sleop, but to help them in other ways.
It furnishes its iumates with hchooling,
books to read and baths, free. It gives
them a chanco to savo their pennies by
affording each a plnco in tho bank a
great table whoso top is full of numbered
slits and offering a roward for tho boy
who has saved tho largest amount when
tho bank is opened at tho end of each
month. It nlso makes them keep good
hours by rof using admittanco to all who
come very late at night. A "home'r
isn't tho worst placo in tho world for a
boy who has no parents. In fact, it is u
pretty good placo.
But to como back to Pete. Ho staid
at tho lodging house most of tho time,
becauso Patsey was afraid to havo "sech
a littlo chap" on tho streets, and tho ma
tron, Mrs. Brown, was very good to
him. Sho allowed him to remain with
hur during tho day, and gavo him his
dinner when sho took hers, because sho
said ho was a "real help to her, so ho
was," in her work, no was n quiot lit
tlo fellow anil very sweet tempered.
Tho newsboys all loved him, and many
a lad remombered to bring Peto a flower
or a bit of frnit ut night, Nowsboys nro
rough in speech and action, but many a
ono Ii.tj a kinder licurt than boats under
a (lno jacket.
Patsoy, as I huvo said, supported him
solf and Peto; but you imiU not think it
was on easy task, ,I order to do thin
and put pennies away i tlio bunk ho
had to work caily and luto. Ho sold luto
papers becuuso thoro woro not so in.uiy
iiowsboys on tho utrcuU then mid not so
much competition, Boinetiuios liu did
not como )u until littlo I'oto, who went
to bod rtiii'ctly after ho lnul (its suppur,
bad bccii ithkop for hours in his littlo
bunk, with its nout whitu pillow uml
buo coyurjut. Tim ijrwit dormitory hint
rows mid rows ut jwds, built om ovur
another, Jlko bertlm In shlpn, mid when
thu word "Hod" wiwepukimoii tltontioko
of U III tliu jxium whi'lij miiiiy of thubnyu
upmt tlmir mv.iliw lumJlmt, nil hud io
go, mid llnw nut jihil'Ii littur wuru IIikhI.
IimIuuiIi do buy sviid iillowo'l to uvmu In
ufur Hi mil) J'.itwy vtn rwil lin to
i)' ynl uflwr tlmt lliuv m Hint nil Id
nuprii mtilit Iw Ni!d, uml j)uii ttM)
wSywIiwn l nuiilil liml u I'liiiw Mm
Ijfmsn lif)w why Iwnwi'l, u) wot un
Jip !') Hut li.nu gon.J thw Mi., u until
Tj jltft ful' M Uli, M lllu bu) nwttiwu
UWl ml lU iulu mm iriii, tut) 'w
mm) Uut wl II m14m (ur im !-; Uom
y)$r, Pivy wimi yiuhi yid umi m
CHILDHOOD'S SLHIIIMIAS WRAPPED llHU
Shut out ev'iiy sight ask sound,
And of Santa Claus siig iiiicams
blugiit and clear thk vision shlms.
CnmsTJiAs Evi: ims maiden sees,
M'iiim: sun slumbers at iiei: ease,
Leaves of jovous mistletoe,
daxcvno, qasluiut, and a dlau.
ured, and quite a favorito with a certain
set of people who used to buy his papers
pretty regularly, and he was not often
left with any on his hands as late as 11.
It was Hearing Christmas time, and
great were tho calculations which Pat
sey was malring nbout a "Chrismuss
treat fur littlo Pete." Ho talked it over
with tho matron ono night, just after
tho announcement had been mado that
tho bank3 in tho big tablo would be
opened on tho 23d of Dccombcr, instead
of compelling the boys to wait until the
first of tho month, as was tho rule.
"Ain't it jolly, Mr3. Brown?" said Pat
sey. "I bolievo thero'll bo a couple of
dollars in my bank, and I'll spend ovcry
red cent of it fur Pete. It's kinder tough
on a littlo chap like him not to havo any
folks when Chrismuss comes as'll givo
'iin presents an' turkey an' all tho tilings
that everybody has thou. But I'll uiako
it up ter him as well as I kin, you bet.
He's a-goiu' ter bang up his stoclrin', an'
I'm n-goin1 ter tako liim out fur tiptop
grub ter ono of them eatin' house3 res
tyurants, as tho swell folks calls 'cm, an'
wo'ro u-goin' ter havo turkey an' minco
pie, Mrs. Brown. What d'yo say to
that?" And Patsey stopped from sheer
want of bicath.
"I don't think Peto need mind want
ing friud3, Patsey Mc&ll. Isn't it your
self that is a good enough friond to him
ter mako up for nil tho rest? "Wh.it moro
doe3 ho want than what you havo
planned? Nothing but u tree, and may
bo wo can fix him up with one; who
"I could git u trco, but tkcro'd bo
nothin' to put on it," buid Patsoy.
"Never mind, Patsey," replied Mrs.
Brown mysteriously; "you find tho tree,
and I will seo what wo can find- to put
Sho was thinking of a puir of bright
red mittens sho was herself knitting Ipr
tho express purpose of keeping Peto's
hands warm when ho wont out. And
visions of scalloped cakes she meant
to havo baked for tho littlo chap and tho
bag of candy sho had mado up her mind
to buy him passed beforo hor, only now
sho seemed to bco them on a treo in
stead of being laid under his pillow, as
sho liad intended.
"Hooray fur yo, Mrs. Biown," shouted
Patsoy. "Yor tv brick, an' no mean
rough ono either, but a nice, smooth
Filadelfy brick, what they U3es to build
fine houses with, that's what ye aro!
I'll find a treo; trust mo for that." And
tho delighted boy when to his bed, di-
roclly over tho ono occupied by JHtlo
Poto, to ilreum of ull borts of ChrlstmaH
And Mm, Brown good imturodly for
guvo PatMjy'ii fcomuwlitit uiiuonvoutlouul
'J'lio tritiil for tlio nuwitboyti till pur
tlcnliir yi'iir wm mi uiiiurtaliiiiioiit
Klvmi by ixjiiiu young !ojy wlio wero
tlmrilably lnclliiwl uml who Imd noltilim
4wi o ;lvo. It wu iiroMmtoil In u hull
wry ww m lioiuu thu night livfnru
C'lllltitiiiiib, mii all llinhoyn liuvlui; r
ccivuil fn'w tluliuu wiru kIjuI Io im.
AtiiuiioiiiprntlruMiUu iiuiiiUi uu ih
iio(iiiiiiiiiu won onu w', uug by u
liwiillfiil lltlUi lr) trUb )vllw Idtir.
WllO WUi)imhhnhI In whU uu-l w ui'J
II)wiiii bkujI lu iliw iwiw(.Ui', wUi luuM
hi ltr wlili wi Tw W vual I )mr
Wtf wu4. far u ytiUJ uumum iii
tufuur t lju twydwJti. wi1Uk
' (f .' It' W&l i tliKH ll""! (
, ' f5 rt itTOlfl.V,1W tewi
r ' h-va
tnusical that it boomed to float all around
tho room. This is what they heard:
Tear not: forlioholJ, Ibrinsjou good tiding
of groU joy, v.lilch sliall bo to all people. Fo.
unto jou la born tbUday, in the city of David, t
Saviour, which IsCUrlstthe Lord.
Tho song repeated itself as tho music
changed, and again tho boys heard:
Tor unto you la born tbU day
In tho city of Dald,
In tho city of David,
A Saviour, a Saviour, which U Christ tho Lord
Thero woro other features' humorous,
beautiful and bright, but none took such
hold on littlo Peto as this. Ho dicamed
1tVy tE'L -ra.it i
THE cnmsTM.vs TREE,
of tho golden- haired singer that night,
when other littlo ones wero having "vis
ions of c'agtir plums," and Santa Claus,
and a big dinner. His stocking was hung
CI030 by tho narrow bed, and after Peto
had fallen asleep Patsoy had filled it
with peanut? and candy, and an orango
The treo stood ready, and thero was
hardly a boy who bad not contributed
something to put on it. This was tho
matron's secret, for notcven Patsey know
that sho bad told tho newsboys about his
plans for bis brother's Christmas. One
ragged chap gavo a bright now five cent
piece, which Mrs. Brown had some trou
ble in fastening on tho treo. Another
brought an Easter egg, which had long
been ono of his cherished possessions, and
somo put thei r inonpy together to got Poto
a knifo. Thoro was also a toy cap pistol
left over from eoiuo ono's last Fourth of
July, a jumping jack, lota of apples and
popcorn cakes, somo eundy, a penny
picture book, and "other things too
numerous to mention." Tho red mit
tens hung gayly from ono branch and a
squoaking bird from another. A brass
watch and chain, bought on tho btrcet,
swmig fiom tho Upend of a third branch,
and altogether tho small treo was a
startling sight, or would bo to somo chil
dren iibod to tho ginceful, wax candlo
trimmed ones of grand parlors.
When tho littlo follow woko early
Christmas morning ho mado a dlvo for
tho knobby stocking which hung by his
bod. Then tnoio was a cry of delight as
ho held it up in tnio otthoilox fashion
by tho too, and tho peanut? tumbled out
over tlio oranges and tho candy over
Oil! oh! Patsoy, Is they oil fur me'r"
ho culled out. Thii waked somo of tho
other boys, mid thoy, with Patsoy, rolled
out of bod and bt'g'n to drws, because
pupcr must bo t.old Christmas morning
us well us uuy othvr tlmo,
"Coitrso thoy is, Poto," unsvrorud Put
soy. "Ain't that yor blockin', mi'
didn't yo hung it up to m;o what ml lm
lulC In tho inoriiln'? Qo'Jongwid yu
nowi I don't want nonti yvr gmllin,"
us I'clu huli out it liuiiilful,
Thun tlio ilullghlod iilllu fellow Ik'jjuii
to hffur th" "thor buy wumii, uml tliU u
IoiiuIun) tliuiu Umt thoy vt'ittotl tholr
fwtlhitfti by vurlomi oliiiruaturlntlo n
"Piuii iutur 'um ynlf, iviw."
"Von'io n tnnm to givuiiwuy wlmt
Wfl (fvo lo you."
'I dtiii'f out i'uty Uui bipttljfiu,
'0HtW it llO'l'l IMjrMf WiUt 1110 OOllktltOO'
"Vou'wil J4ly i 1mji IWi llwt wlifti
i ''J'ii4Hti- t'tii'it mm' bUkUyUi,"
I m04 t& uuf 'I'tuy ww i&rui with u
i Willi tbvWtfM u M4fM llt fiilM t
f;'.jf. jwjY.iri-.vrirj.i w r
Olio ovcilooks sweh 110111011' trations
Christ inns, nnd go did Mrs. lirowu.
When nil the boj- lnul ci'iionho took
chargo of Poto, but kept him out of her
Bitting room, much to lili uiirpriso, bid
ding him wait till l'nteey should como
homo; eo ho played nrouud contentedly
for n while.
"Does you know wht-ro tho City of
David is?" ho asked suddenly. "I heard
obout it his' night," lie imid. "I thiuk it
was n angul that siuiglt."
Mrs. Brown was bn&y jtt then, and
sho gavo littlo lii't'd to Iho child's prat
tlo mid liu said no more, but lu his mind
was a vuguo ideti Unit ho should like to
find tho place because that beautiful lit
tlo girl had sung about it, nnd bo it
must bo very nice.
When Patsoy came back ho looked in
quiringly at Mrs. Brown, mid bho haid
at once, "Como into my sitting room,
boys.- I havo something to bhow yon."
Patsey's astonishment was nearly as
great as Peto's, for ho thought tho small
treo would not havo much on it. Thero
it wtis, well filled, and as Mrs. Brown
gavo Pt-to tho things sho told who each
donor was. Both boys wero wild with
delight, but as it was nearly noon when
the tree was bare, thoy begged a plnco
to put tho treasures in, and started out,
Peto with his red mittens on pioud
hands, to the "restyurant."
"Patsoy, do you know wbero tho city
of David is?" asked Pete, as thoy walked
"Now, Pete, what makes yor talk bo
silly? No, I don't, an', Avhat's moro, 1
don't want tor," s.tid Patsoy decidedly.
"This city units mo well enough."
"Didn't yo hear 'bout it las' night,
Patbey, when tho angel wero singin'?"
"That wero a girl, Poto; Irat she did
look like a angel, sure 'nough. I don't
remember tho city of David, though."
Pete trudged on with a bigb. Ho wtis
used to having his questions remain un
answered. After a good dinner the boys
started back to tho home, bnt as they
ncared the placo a group of Patsoy's
chums eanio up and asked him to join
them in home fun they hud planned.
Tho home was a block or so away, and
Peto said ho could go tho rest of tho way
alono, fo Patsey left him and went with
tho boys. Tho littlo fellow trotted on,
looking so happy in spite of his worn
clothes and cheap, clumsy bhoes that
many whom ho met smiled nt him.
A fragment of that beautiful song
again sounded in his ears. Tho city of
David Ho would find it himself, Pete
thought, and though it was but a stoji
further to tho homo ho turned and went
up another blieet, resolved to ask a po
liceman. Nono appeared, and ho walked
on and on, thinking that perhaps thj
city ho t-ought was next to his own city,
and if ho could only get outside of that
great place ho could find what hu Bought.
More and moro tired grew tho littlo feet,
and at last, frightened and chilled, ho
stumbled on a crossing, just ns a dashing
team driven by ono of four young men
in the eurri rf hi hind cauio around I In
comer. It' u tick tho child and threw
him toonot.i'.e, the carriage nover stop
ping. Theio was a rubh of bystanders for
tho littlo figuro, and when picked up
Peto was veiy limp and weak, but con
scious, and ho begged them to tako him
to tho home. Of course this could not
bo dono, und Peto was carried in an am
bulance to tho nearest hospital, after
which word was bent to Mrs. Brown. It
did not tako her and Patsey long to find
their way to tho lihieo whero Peto lay,
and sho mourned over tho sick child as
if ho wero ouo of hor own. Patsey's grief
when ho saw Peto lying in tho hospital
cot knew no bounds, and he remorse
fully blamed himself for leaving his
brother alono; but tho boy tried to con
sole liim by saying: "I ain't hurted much,
Patsoy. Don't yo mind."
"What fur did yo go off, Pete?" asked
"I wanted tor find tho city as tho littlo
girl sung about," haid Peto. "Nobody
tolled mo, so I thought mnybo I'd find it
When they left him ho was bravely
smiling, to try to make them think he
didn't niiud being left without thenf.
Thoy went to visit him as often as tho
rules allowed, and each timo ho wiid
"Bettor" when asked how ho felt. Ho
complained of no pain, but simply
wished to lio (pilot. Tho newsboys sent
nil sorts of nice things to him, and these
attentions woro consoling to Patsey as
well as to tlio hick boy.
For days ho lay in bod, growing moro
and moro feeble, but often talking to
Patsoy about how much ho wished to
find tho city of his search.
'tQood-by, Patbey dear," bo said ono
day, his arms around his brother's neck.
"I'm a-goiu ter Bleep assoon us it's durk,
so I kin gut up early in the muriilu' an'
find tho city. I'll ask every ono I meet,
an sure homo ono '11 know."
Tho brothers kissed each other. Then
Patsoy went slowly awuy to sell his
evening papers. At dunk little Poto fell
tranquilly tibleep, Bom timo in tho
night his buarcli for ull things earthly
was ended, and when ;nomiiig dawned
there was only his body loft, still and
white, but with tho old sweet smile on
tho fut'O. A.N.NIE iHAUEl WlLUfl.
Kut Up to tlui Muiiilnril.
Mi l-hirfu mum luuhoiiiy wlfuu
(,'llllnttlUif invent of U N) du(.
Mr, Uttv bwayttyi - Rt ugly
1 OUN T. "WATmiHOUSK,
'f Importer nud Dealer in Qetiurti
Icrclianillsi!, Queen tt., tlminlulti I
WILDER At OO ,
Dealers in Lumber, faints,
Ills, Kails, Sal', and Building Maleriah
of every klud, cor. Fort and Queen its.,
5. N. Uustle.-J II. Athertoit-U. 1. C nt.
i 'ASTX.H St OOOKK,
O Shipping uud Uoniinisrtitn
Merchant. Itiinorteid uud Deulers it
cneral .ler':lm.:d!so, No 90 ICiue it
Lowers, V. J, Lowroj O. M. Uooku
LEWEK3 & OOOKJi,
(successors to Lowers & Dlcttsoit,)
importers and Dealers lu Lumbpr and ai
Kinds ol Building Materials, fort street
Honolulu ikon Voitius,
iSte.un engines, Miitur mills, bub
rtH coolers; irou, tutibs und lend oust
Mgs, umunlnur of uvery description
hh.Ic to otiltt I'.iritculur intention pah
j ship'., liluek dtmthiiig Job work u.t
itetl .it ilion uolicu
u..vuii.iriJL.i .i .;..
tits. .oral Coimuiasiou Aieuti.
0. W. &A02ftLAil & Co
'Ml'Ultrr.KS 'ajSO CttMMtShlON
Queen street, . Ilm olulu. i i
GrONSALVKy & CO.,
Wholosalo Grocers & Wine luurchanti
Beaver Block. Houolnlti.
BBBWER & OOMI'Wr.,
dEHEKAL MBltOAXIilK AM.
ubt op orprr&Ks.
I. O. Oabtuk . ,
..President fc Mamn;i
..Ttea-urHf 4fe Secret -tr
Hon. O. H. (Junior s (J Ai.w.s
Attoiueyut Liiw&Notity Public
147 aieieliuutMieet, Honolulu. tf
.Vtturney at Law & Notary Public
17!) 4-J .Meieliant stieet, Honolulu, ly
LORKIW A. THURSTON,
IIONOLUIA, II. I.
Olllce over Bishop's Iliiik. 640 tf
Will practice In the lower ' ourts of tho
KiiigUoin us attorney, attend to collect
ing lu all its branches, renting of houhes
and uny other business entrusted to him.
Oaico: 01 King street-, upstairs.
NATUKAL Mineral Water
sale only by
W. S. LUCE.
Solo Agent & Importer for tho 11a
waliau lshuids. 23 tl
Gustav A. Schumau
No. 79 & 81 : : King Street
At W. Wright & don's.
Having received u full wHorttneul of
(Urriuge Trimming Mateilals from the
Kail, I nu pre urea to execute ull order
with ueiit'ius nnil ileepulch at ver rcfi
U. A SOU UM AN
Fort Street House,
J HI J'oi-t HI root,
Ib the family hotel of Honolulu. All
tbo comforts of home.
llooma with or without Board.
Hourd. per week, according to rooms
810 to 812
TriiiiHlcut, per duy Q'l 00
Single ileitis CO Cents
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unit ('old HlltllK.
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Mini uli) . Hut una dmIiJ hRIw (mill.
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CASTLE & COOKE,
Lite, Flro & Marino
Insurance Agents 1
Mew England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
iEtna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford.
Klrt A 3lm-lti..
OP HAM KltANCISCO, OALtKtHlf.lA.
Jun 3 PO
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From and after this datn. a Keguhir
Freight Train will leave Honolulu for
Uonouliuli and wuy Stations, Eveiiv
Day (excepting Sunday), nt 10
o'clock A. M.
gtSF" Hereafter no Fieight will bo
received for sliijmionl, by Passenger
Trains, except by special urratige
niciit. OAIIU KAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. O. Abiilcy, Supt.
Honolulu, Deo. 9, 1890. 70 lni
Pioneer Shin Factory
104 Fort St., Upstairs.
The undersigned hogs to iuform Hi
:1ili? of these Islands thut bo is makin)
-'iiirttrt by Xe iHureniont !
. Directions for Kelf.measurement will
be given on application.
hitf Shirts, Overshlrts &. Night Gowdh
dt guuruntee by making a samplf
ohlrt to every order.
Island order solicited Boll Telephone 410
. It. VKM.IS
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Will again have on bund the largest
Frnit, Cilroi, Pomd, Jelly
To suit the most fastidious taste nnd
ornamented in F. Horn's well-known
style and in grout variety.
Of endless variety of homo manufac
ture, both plain and fancy.
Richly ornamented and plain. Aim,
Fixings for decorating Xmus
Rich Mince Pies,
Of Horn's well-known good quality.
Also, for sale
MINCE -:- MEAT,
Fancy & Plain
IN Till: (IIIKATKhT VAKIKTV,
Guaranteed to liu of Hit. Helmut und
pnrext itiulity ; mid ut the lionet-1
price of only
$2 Per Whole Gttllon
'J'lensu cull und mniv ineii voiii
bull uml oblige,
I'ltipihttoi'i Hole) tliuol, lutlMii'ii
Fort A Niiiiuiiii.
i 744 WOTJI TJJLEPHONKS fw?74
1 7UI liu
(,'iiriliiKii llot'MtiH Kor Hulo I
I MAVK for lu til
1 JCiiulou limitli, M
Young JIumu uml
Mumw. n( l he bmi
liitituli, H'cmill) bin
Aiti) Miuii h mull or
tu lu hui nit
VIjaS f K
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m 185)0 If
TlioroiigliW -:- Riling
Will stand for a short time at
Greenfield Stables, Kaplolani Park.
Duke Si-enchk Is a durk bay, 4 years
old; stands 16J hands high; klud aud
Ey Daks of Norfolk.
let dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Uallcrinn...by Imp Ualrowulo
3rd (linn llcnnlc Farrow
by Imp. Shamrock
4th dam Ida by imp. Balsbazrar
Sth dam Madam Bosley (Gamma's
Dam) by Sir Klchard
Gth dam Nancy Nleliol... by imp. Eagle
7th dam Ilct. Uoslcy
by Wilkes' IV onder
Sth dam by Chanticleer
9th dam by Imp. Sterling
10th dam by Olodlus
11th dam by imp. Silvercyo
12th dam by Imp. Jolly Boger
13th duni by Imp. Partner
14th dam by imp. Monkey
loth dam imp. mare from the stud of
Harrison, of Brandon
(3f Vest of earn taken with animals.
In case of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
W. U. RIOKAKD,
The undersigned having been appointed
sole ugents for the Hawaiian
For the Celebrated
From the works of
Burkm, Party, Williams & Co.,
Arc now prepared to give estimates and
receive orders for these engines, of any
size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Wouks
are now manufacturing a style of Lnoo
mutlve particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number o( which have recently been
received at these Islands, aud we will
have plcasme In furnishing plantation
agents and muuagcrs with particulars
The superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes is not only known
here but Is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Win. Cr. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
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Watches For All !
ON A WEKKLT I'AYMENT of
WILL 01 vk a
James Boss' Fill Gases.
These Cases are the best in tlio
, market; aro guaranteed to bo mado
I of 'Iwo riutOH of M Cnrut Gold, with
riulo Composition between, und writ
ten guurniiteu from the factory. Full
Jewelled Wultliuni Movt nient, gua
runteea lo keep line time
These Wutelies uro proforuble to
gold witches, because tlio case uro
btiH', und perfectly safe for tho move
ment. 0VEvfry inomborgetH his watch
within 15 weeks. Cull uml seo our
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