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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, TUESDAY CORNING-, JUNE 17, 1890.
IS THK VKUDICT IN All CMKEH
The I'rlnoncr ItcUte IIU Little Story of
How the KllllnR Occurred Sentencoil
In tho District Court yesterday, All
Chee, indicted for tho murder of Ton;
Nuey, was convicted of manslaughter.
Tho caso uis called in tho morning.
Two witnesses were placed upon the
stand bv tho defense to contradict tho
evidence offered by the prosecution an
to threats niado by Ah Chco to tho de
The defendant himself then took the
witness chair. His story, as to the mr.-
terial jouits, camo out about as follows
"Tong Nuey, he owe ine $230, and lie
pay me (SO. That night, after suppei',
I take my book out and ask him pay mo.
He snv, 'I no want to pay you.' Then
we both go to bed. Tong Nuey ho curu
me then and I curse hi in back. Tong
Nuey say, 'Suppose 1 no pay you, what
can you do with meY' Tong then throw
a hatchet at mo and that hatchet fall
near my bed. Ho then say, 'Well, I go
to get up and kill you 1 I get up, put
on my shoes, pull out my pistol and
shoot right at Nuey's bed. After that I
put on my hat and start to run. I much
afraid, and come up along tho road ami
get to a wood pile aud stay there twenty
minutes. Then I go to town."
After defendant's testimony his cafe
was closed. Atsistant District Attorney
Williams opened tho argument for the
prosecution. He mado finite a hit by
warning tho jury not to place as much
credence in Chee's hatchet story as they
do in tho George Washington episodo.
Messrs. Buck, Edwards and Steiglitz
addressed tho jury in behalf of the
accused, and Frank" Cox concluded for
Tho case went to the jury ot 2:S0 p.
m. Shortly after the jury requested per
mission to visit tho see no of the
killing. Tho request was granted
and tho Sheriff escorted them
out to the vegetable garden. Tho
jury returned in about an hour aud,
after a brief consultation, announced a
verdict of "guilty of manslaughter."
" The prisoner received tho verdict with
Court then adjourned to 8:30 this
Yesterday morning an order was is
sued in tho Harqua Haiti mining case of
Gray ct al. vs. Home, requiring defend
ant to show cause why ho should not
ceaso work upon tho property in dis
pute. Jesus Salazar was sentenced to a
ear's imprisonment in Yuma for burg-
Rood Work lining Iluno by the Xuw
The Commissioners of the Territorial
Insane Asylum held a special meeting
yesterday afternoon. The most impor
tant piece of business transacted was
tho ordering of a contract in which the
Pluenix Water Company agrees tc pipe
to the asylum and to supply that insti
tution with oil water necessary, through
tho building, in the stables, for lire
plugs and for sprinkling tho grounds at
a net rate of $900 per annum. This
move will enable tho lioara to make a
large saving in insurance, to improve
the grounds in a superior manner and
to adequately provide for cleanliness
upon me premises.
The Secretary was instructed to adver
tise for bids for tho construction of mi
outfall sewer to the river.
Ae will be noted by these projects tho
asylum is in vigorous hands and im
provement is llio order ot the day.
Tho Board, of Supervisors mot in
special session yesterday.
The following claims against the
county wero allowed: D. II. Wallace,
abstract of lands for uso of Assesnor,
$20; 11. II. Logan, money advanced for
telegrams to Washington, 73.87; V T.
Smith, money advanced for telcgraniB
to Washington, 10.
The District Attorney and chairman
wero instructed to examine tho books of
the County Recorder's ofllce, with a
view to transcribing and indexing a
number of tho same.
Tho sum of $100 was ordered trans
ferred from tho salary fund to the con
Hoard then adjourned till 10 o'clock
Fred Plumb, charged with disorderly
conduct, failed to appear ixnore Re
corder Swartz yesterday morning, there
by lorlelting IU ball.
Darkey "Ross" got ten days with
"Bijah" Linsey for drunk and diior-
Two ordinary vagrants wero given en
gagements on tho chain gang for ten
In tho afternoon about four o'clock
Marshal Rlankenship was summoned to
taKe ennrge ot on obstreperous
paitano on Washington- street,
near tho City Hall. Tho Mexican
showed tight and Billy had to straighten
tho kinks out of him somwhat roughly
on the way to tho prison.
As soon at tho job was finished the
Marshall was called bv piercing yells
to the alley back of Ellis & Brown's
where he found a Chinaman making
frantic efforts to put an end to tho exis
tencoof Joe Ounn, tho well-known res
taurant keeper. The weapon of olFotiho
was a largo axe. Blaukenship made
several masterly moves, got tho ox away
from the Celestial and Btartcd to tow
him away. "John" did not take kindly
to tho escort and several tlmca tried to
escape, but a few well administered taps
from tlie helve of tho nxe proved effec
tive, and no timo was lost in taking him
Home Iteinarkable Specimen llrought
to The itepuullcan Office.
A. lu Henshaw, owner of one of tho
finest fruit farms in tho valley, yeoter
day presented The Rei-uhlican with
two rcmarkablo specimens of his pro
duct. One was a short apricot twig on
which wero clustered, within a span) of
six inches, fourteen large and ripo
"Royal" apricots. Wero it not sodomon
strated, it would seem impossible for ho
many bio apricots to innturo on so
suiall a sprig. Tho other exhibit was a
small peach limb, less than half an inuh
ain diameter at the largest end. To this
branch w ero attached, inside of twenty
four inches of its length, no less than
t even teen ripo and delicious pcachei.
These serve as samples of what tho
valley's capabilities aro in tho growing
of fruit. To secure these results care
ful cultivation is needed, and industry
may rival the success of Mr. Henshaw
in ony other part of tho valley.
A brisk brcezo lifted tho dust from the
streets in grimv clouds yesterday, and
gave warning tlmt tho summer rains aro
near ot hand.
Eschman has fixed up his electric
lights in a manner novel and most at
tractive. Tho incandescent lamps aro
set like glowing stars at tho end of floral
brackets projecting from tho wall above
M. II. Sherman is erecting, on tho lino
of tho railroad, in the southwestern cor
ner of Collins' addition, ono of tho finest
groin warehouses of tho valley. It is
60x100 feet in sie, built of river cobble
stones and cement. It will bo as en
during as time.
Quito a solid train camo in Sunday
over the Maricopa and Phoenix. Tantau
& Kellner received a car of sugar,
Holmes, Lindsoy & Gregory and the
Blinn company each a car of lumber,
Henry Ryder and II. E. Kemp each a
car of wogonu and a general lot of sun
dries tilled two cars more.
Tho Board of Supervisors yesterday
received a telegram from Washington,
signed by Delegate Mai k Smith, asking
information relativo to railroad subsidy
vote of Maricopa county. Tho returns
w ero accordingly hunted up and a com
prehensive report telegraphed, giving
the vote by precincts and other details.
Owing to a pressure of business and
tho fact of his necessary absence from
the Territory in filling the office of
World's Fair Commissioner, George F.
Coates has resigned the oflico of Capitol
Commissioner. Governor Wolfley yes
terday appointed to tho vacant placo
Mr. Walter Talbot of the firm of Talbot
II. E. Kemp returned from his Cali
fornia trip Sunday.
Newt. Clanton is in the city nnd re
ports Buckeyo quiet.
George F. Coots leaves this morning
on n n extended Eastern trip.
Mrs. J. M. Gregory left yesterday on
r Hummer's trip to California.
Supervisor Hakes is in from Mesa at
tending to his official business.
Jas. R. Murphy, County Assessor, is
in bed, laid up by a severe sprain.
Mrs. J. McMillan and Mrs. Davis ex
pect to leave this morning for tho West.
Frank Nicholson, superintendent of
tho Yuma copper mines, is ogain homo
Messrs, Hayden, Hawkins, Huston,
Judson, Halbert and Collins were in tho
city yesterday from TeinjH).
Mrs. J. L. Gont and child leovo this
morning for a trip to San Diego and San
Francisco, Mrs, Guilt's father will ac
W. C. Nation a cattleman of Alpine,
Tex., is in the city. Ho is here to in
vest in the country's surplus steers to
snip to Kansas uity.
A. C. Keen, Deputy United States
Internal Revenue, at Tucson, is in Pine
nix attending to the duties of his office.
His autograph is at the Mill's House.
W. It. Gillingham postmaster and
storekeeper at the Phumix mine, left
yesterday lor liomc witn a wagon load
of supplies nnd new fixtures for his
Tom Newcoine, who has for over two
years been night policeman m Phoenix,
resigned his position yesterday and will
engage in other business. Tom has done
faithful service to tho community nnd
leaves with the best wishes of all.
W II Constable.!)! Jos'h O A Quldey Pouth Bend
Harry Bernard, city.
M K Collins city A J Keen, Tiicmiii
I. II Chalmers, city,
K I. Jiunn, Terae W C Natllru, Alpine Tex
County ltecorilera Ofllce.
The following Instruments were yesterday
died for record In tho County Recordcr'a office:
Kalph Brown to Kate M. Crcath Power ot
1. K. Illckey to Kate E. Wonncll Lot S. Block
CM, city of Phu'nlx. Consideration, J.J0O.
Virgin Itlver Salt.
The Salt mountains, located on tho
banks of the Rio Virgin, nn affluent of
the Colorado river in Lincoln county,
Nov., covers nn area of twenty-five
miles, extending to within seven miles
of the junction of that stream with the
Colorado. The salt they contain is pure
and white and clearer than gloss, and it
is said that a piece seven or eight inches
thick is sometimes clear enough to sec
through to .read a newspaper.
Over the salt is a layer of sandstono
from two to eight feetjthick, and when
this is torn away the salt appears like a
huge snowdrift. How deep it is has not
yet been ascertained, but a single blast
of giant powder will blow out tons of it.
The Colorado river steamers carry largo
quantities of it to El Dorado canyon,
where it is used in tho quartz
mills. A' prosperous business could
1h) started in Yuma by hav
ing Virgin river salt shipped just
as it is taken from tho deposit, crushing
it hero and preparing it for shipment.
It is true that tho salt manufactured at
Salton on the California desert is pro
duced in largo quantities, and at small
cost, but tlyp fact is also well known
that the Virgin river salt is the purest
native salt found in the universe, whilst
tho California, article contains many
Tho cost of mining tho salt would bo
but trifling nnd tho freight charges by
steamer very low to Yuma. The crude
product could bo "worked up" herewith
small expense and the advantages of
Yuma as a general shipping or distribut
ing point for tho product, are simply
unequalled. The Southern Pacific rail
road would carry it to the Pacific and
Atlantic oceans and if freight rates
became unreasonably high, which
is not at all likely, then shipments
could be made down tho Colorado river
to tho Gulf of California from whence
it could bo transported by vessels
wherever tho demands of trade re
An enterprise of this character re
quires but little capital, and it is sum to
repay tho investor a thousandfold, it
is only a question of n short timo when
this business will bo taken hold of, thus
odding one more factor to Yuma's pro
gress anil future prosperity.
Hound To Have 1'lsli.
Halifax, N. S., Juno 10. A corres
pondent at Littlo Lornino, Jf. B., writes
on tho sixth inst., that three American
fishing vessels camo into tho harbor un
ceremoniously and cut away both nets
and buoys of tho local fishermen. With
seines they nro taking out 600 borrels of
THE PROPOSED LAW TO ClOVEKK
Text of the ltlll Prepared ly the llousn
Jteniiullcnii Cnucuii-IIow It Will
Washington, Juno 10. Tho N'ntional
election bill framed by the House Re
publican caucus committee, has been
Tho principal features aro : That tho
chief supervisors of elections in the
judicial districts aro charged with the
execution of tho low which is to apply
to Federal elections in cities of 20,000 or
upwards and in entire Congressional
districts exclusive of such cities upon
tho application to tho supervisor of 100
voters, or in counties or parishes form
ing n part of Congressional district upon
tho application of fifty voters.
The supervisors are required to make
in towns of 20,000 people and upward, a
thorough house to house canvass before
the election, to inform voters upon in
quiry, where and in what box to deposit
their ballots, and to scrutinize tho nat
uralizations. In canvassing votes the
State laws ore to govern oxcept that all
ballotts aro to be counted by
tens first by the inspector of
election nnd Becond by the super
visor, the local election officers
and supervisors keeping separate tally
sheets, which are to to be counted.
Tho returns nre to bo mode by tho su
pervisor who is to tabulate and refer
them to the United States Board of Can
vassers of the Congressional voto which
is to bo appointed by tho United States
Court and consisting of three citizens of
the state and persons of good repute not
more than two of whom aro to be
of the same political party. The
board is to concno on November 15
each even vear and declare and cer
tify tho result of the election and
send ono return to tho clerk of the
House of Representatives, ono to the
Governor of the State and one to the
proper chief supervisor of elections.
The clerk of the House is to place upon
the roll tho names of persons declared
elected by the United States canvassers
in caso there is a diffcrenco in the result
reached by them and by the State elec
FKKK COINAC1K. to
Ten ltenulillcan Senators Said to Favor
Such a Measure.
Wasiiinoto.v, Juno 10. Concerning
the silver bill Senator Jones of Nevada
said today that several Senators desire
to speak yet nnd that notwithstanding
nn agreement that the debate close ot 3
o'clock today no ono would lie prevented
from speaking who expresses a desire to
do so. He thinks a final vote will not
be reached for two or three days. The
Senator said it seemed quite probable
now that the bill passed would lie one
providing for free coinage. He said the
effort to secure pledges of a majority of
me senate to vote against free coinage
mm ik.-uii ii uiiiurc.
A list of Republican Senators favor
able to free coinage as given by ono of
tneni includes wolcott, Teller, Jones,
Stewart, Plumb, Ingalls, Mitchell,
rowers, K.tnuers and Cameron.
YVOItKINO ON T1IK TAItll'F.
The Senate Finance Committee llnny Pre
paring Ita Schedule.
Wasiiinoto.v, June 10. Printed copies
of tho tariff bill as amended by tho Re
publican memlxjrs of the Sennte Finance
committee up to Saturday night laid be
fore the committee today included the
sugar and tobneco schedules ond copies
of these wero given todny to Senator
Carlisle representing the the minority
It is expected that the sub-committee
will Iks able to rejKirt the measure
Wednesday or Thursday.
Mr. McKinley said the chnnges made
in tho Houso bill by the Sennte Finance
committee were comparatively few and
He Wants bo Legal Tender, Hut flold
and Silver Coin.
Washinoton, June 10. Senator Blair
proposed two amendments to the silver
bill todny. One was to strike out all
after the enacting clause nnd insert a
section directing the Secretary of the
Treasury, under the provisions of the
act of 1878, to purchase silver bullion ot
the market price and coin $4,000,000
monthly. The other amendment pro
vides that there shall bo no legal tender
in tho United States except gold and
Why the Farmer Have flood Reason to
Wasiiinoto.v, Juno 10. In tho report
to accompany the pure food bill reported
from the Sennte committeo on Agricul
ture and Forrestry, Chairman Paddock
"Wliilo eminent chemists are not
agreed that lard compounds nre dele
terious to health, there can be no dis
sent from tho view that such articles
should be sold under their rightful
names and marketed as compounds, and
not as simple products which they simu
late. Fanners, who see their products
lessened in value every year by millions
through sophistication and mis-branding,
and their tables assailed in turn
witli fraudulent manufactured food pro
ducts, have every reason to complain
that they nro robbed nt every turn of
Washinoton, Juno '10. The Secretary
of the Navy today directed the award of
tho contract for the 8150-ton amored
cruiser to Cramp & Sons. Philadelphia,
at a bid of $2,086,000, and the contrnct
for the 5500-ton cruiser, No. 0, to the
Union Iron Works, San Francisco, De
partment's plans and specifications, at a
bid of $1,700,000.
General Holalilrd Kotlred.
Wamiiinoton.Juiio 10. Brigadier Gen
eral Holabird, quartermaster-general
of the army, was today placed on the
retired list of tho army.
Score Another for the West.
Washinoton, Juno 10. Tho Secretary
of tho Navy today directed the award of
tho contract for building the 5,500 ton
cruiser No. 0 to the Union Iron Works
of San Francesco.
Bkuhski.8, Juno 10. Stanley has been
tendered nnd accepted tho Governor
Generalship of Congo Free State. He
will not enter upon his duties until the
beginning of 1891. After his marriage
ho will go to the United States ahd re
main there till the time" arrives for as
suming his new duties.
Jimmy Brown's place, tho St. Louis
Exchange, at Tucson, sets a fine Vienna
sausage lunch every evening at 8
The Republican, The Herald, The
Gazette and all the leading papers of tho
United States for sale at The Fair. t.t.
The best, the cheapest and tho latest
books for sale at The Fair. t.f.
Cheap rooms, free bath, at the Ven
dome. Call on Jim Bradbury for the coolest
glass of beer in the city,
A choice lino of imported cigars nt
Bradbury's, on Washington street.
Bradbury's, on Washington street, -is
tho place to drop in for an ico cold glass
of beer, or for a drink of tho choicest old
Bourbon whisky sold in tho city of
A carload of fruit boxes at Ryder's
NO CUKE NO PAY.
W. A. Hyde, M. D oculist, treats di
senses of tho eye on the "no cure no
pay" system, consultation free. Office
and residence first house east of Gregory
Houso, l'luenix, Ariz. tf.
Havlnir purchased the grocery store of Ham
Wuuh Chung on Montcruma street, I will con
tinue same 1th a new stock of goods fresh from
Ban Francisco, which will arrive Jane 25. All
parties Indebted to or holding bills against Sam
Wouh Chung will settle with the undersigned.
2G lw Proprietor.
NOTICE TO CONTItACTOHS.
Healed proposals for the construction of a six
inch setier from the Insane Asylum of Arizona,
to Salt Hirer as per plat of survey now on tile
in the olllce of the Hoard of Directors of the in
sane Asylum of Arizona, will be received at the
olllce ofsald Iloard of Directors up to v! o'clock
p. m., of Monday the 7th day of July A. D.
Each bid must InJ accompanied by a certified
check for H'i) and a copy of this notice.
lllils should 1 uddresxed to C. II. Knapp Sec
retary of the Iniane Asylum of Arizona, and
marked "Sewer J'ropo-ls."
The Iloard reserves the right to reject any and
Hy order of the Hoard of Directors of the In
aue Asylum of Arizona.
CO 3w C. II. Kjuit, Sec'y.
PHCENIX IRON WORKS,
G. R. Williscraft, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY-.
House and Ornamental Castings.
Mado to Order.
ENGINES, BOILERS, MINING AND
Agricultural Machinery Bought,
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Yavapai street, near Jacks-on.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
BEST FRENCH KID LADIES SHOES, HAND
hewed , from Hto7. Men's Ilest French
Calf Doots, hand H-vred, from W to i; pegged,
from ' toflO. Fit guaranteed. Itcpalrtng of
all kinds neatly and promptly done. Shop op
,E. E. PROWELL,
v NEWLY OPENED
FEESH STOCK OF THE
Best and Purest Drugs
EVER BROUGHT TO PHCENIX.
Elegant Toilet Articles,
Faney Goods, Perfumes, Soaps,
And All Articles Usually
The Prescription Department is under tho charge of
a Graduate of one of tho bent Colleges of Pharmacy
in tho country, and especial attention is given to
Compiling Prescriptions, both Day and Night.
Call and See' Us, Whether Ton Wish to
Purchase Anything or Not.
The Opera House Drug Store- Never Closesi
Maricopa and Mx Railroad.
In effect June 15, 1890.
LSAVK. OJ g ABBIVK.
Pas'eng'r if Pas'eng'r
it Frelg't a 8TATION8. g & Frelg-t
A. M. 3 J r. H.
4:00 Phumlx M 1:10
JSj ' Tempe
5:10 1G Kyrene IS 11:55a.m.
5:40 27 Hocaton 7 11:25a.m.
0-O3 I at I Maricopa 1 11:00 a.m.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
Pacific trains. Connect at Tempe with stages
for Mesa City, Jonesville and tort McDowell.
At l'hcenlx with stages for Prescott, Glllctt,
Wickenburg and Vulture.
C. 8. MABTEN. Vlce-Fres. and Manager.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For the Fair to be Held at Phoenix,
Arizona, October 14, 15, 16
and 17, 1890.
TUESDAY, OCT. U.
1. Running Stake. 2-year-olds, bred, raised and
owned in Arizona; j-mlle dash.
Entrance, HO: added money, $J0.
2. Trotting. Stallion stoke: mile heat, In 5.
entrance, -; auaeu money, u'o.
3. Trotting. 3-mluute stake; mile heats, :i In 5.
Entrance, '3; added money, 175.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15.
4. Trotting. 2:40 stake; mile heats, 3 In S; En
trance, 50; added money, J00.
5. Kunulng, 3-year-old stake; -mllc, 2 in 3.
C Hunnlng. For all ages: one mile dash. En
trance, i; aauea money, 7o.
THURSDAY, OCT. IB.
7. Trotting and Pacing. 2:48 stake; mile heats
3 in 6. Entrance, !S; added
S. Trotting. 3-year old stakes; mile heatx, 2 in
.1. Entrance, ; added money, 174.
a. iiunning. ror an ages; li-nnie aasu, tn
trance. '25: added monev. sVV).
10. Trotting. 2-year-old stake; mile heats, 2 in 3.
entrance, ij; auaeu money, sju.
FP.IDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Running. Free for all; mile heats, 2 In 3-
enirance, i; auaeu money, iiuu.
3 in 5. Entrance, 50; added
11. Running. 2-year-olds; -mlle and repeat.
Entrance, 25; added money, 50.
Trotting and pacing in harness.
American Trotting Association rules covers
Nominations close September 1. 18'JO.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 25.
Four or more entries to till; three or more to
The Board of Directors reserve the right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races on when there are less
than three to start, also to trot beats of any two
races auemaieiy, or to cau a special nice Be
tween heats, or to change the date of race.
For a "walk-over" In anv race a horse it en
titled to lis own entrance fee and one-half of
the entrance received from the other pdld up
entries of said race, but no added money.
A horse winning a race is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the field-
men to nrsi anu tnira money.
Stakes divided into three moneys, 0 per cent,
to first, 30 to second and 10 to third, except in
free-for all trot, 2:40 classes and 2-year-old dash,
when third horse has entrance, 7u per cent, of
balance to first hone and .7) per cent to second.
Races commence at 1 P. M. sharp each day.
Ulanks for entries can be obtained front the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. McMILUAV, Secretary.
First-Olass Drug Stores.
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES
The warm days have now arrived
and we are Mly prepared to show the
Finest Display of Latest Summer Ma
terial for the present season.
Being direct buyers from the Manu
facturers, we can offer Lower Prices
than any store in the Territory.
fail to Please Every
A. GOLDSCHMIDT & CO.
ARDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO
Sole Agents for the Victoria Mineral Water, the only Genuine Mineral
Water in this Territory.
PENNSYLVANIA STEEL CO.
10 to 70 pounds per yard.
Steel Eails and Curves
AND STEEL SPLICE PLATES.
FORGINGS, BILLETS AND BARS,
BLOOMS AND INGOTS.
General Office. 208 South Fourth St..
Work. Steelton, Pennsylvania.
Kupferle Bros. Manufacturing Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS.
600, 602 and 604 Second St., oor. Washington Ave., and 119 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS OF EVERY VARIETY OF BRASS WORK FOR ENOIKE BUILDFBS.
Steam and Oai Pipe Fitter?, number. Hardware Trade, etc. Cast bik!
table Iron Fttttnm, Jobbers of Wrought Iron Welded Tubes for team, gas and water.
Leather and Rubber Belting, racking and
Pump, the most efficient, durable and economical
V L S
: - -a (35
Montr in Low Prices
FROG SWITCH AND SIGNAL
STEEL RAIL FROGS.
Of the best and mont approved patterns
STEEL CROSSING FROGS.
Of superior excellence and durability.
I.ORENZ SAFETY SWITCHES.
Of several approved patterns.
IMPROVED SPLIT SWITCHES.
SWITCH STANDS AND FIXTURES.
For automatically ringing alarm bells
at highway crossings, requiring no
electrician. Saves the cxpepsQ of
watchmen. Sold on trial.
Hose, sole agents lor Cameron's Special Steam
tteam pump In use. Root's Patent Blowers,