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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. JANUARY rr, vp2
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN
Pabttsbed Every Morsiag Except Moa-t the Treasarr was authorised to con
tfar by the Robert GrleTe Pub-' dact tie refeadiag operations so that
C. R. BOCKLAND EDITOR;
OSSce Main 218.
R&ms... Main 123.
Vi'Mfeiitfiofi Ereau....Pcst Building.
Xtttemt at the Poet OStee at Hono-
Jala, H. T.. a secoad-ctees malL
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. j
Tet Month, bj- Carrier J .50 J
One Year, by Mall 5
Six Months, by Mail 3
Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 1
:r : :
HONCI.ULTJ. H. T.. JAN. 12. 1902
That tbe views of tbe President of
the United State are not always car
ried ont by a Congress of his own po
litical faith will be een by the most
rursory reader of past executive mes
aaxes and of the contemporary jour
nals of the lexlslative branch of the
In bis message of December 1S97.
President McKInley advocated:
Refusal' of belligerent recognition
of the Cubans.
A modification of the higher fran
chise in Hawaii in the event of an
Thai the Government should buy !
ri. - .J . ..,! BMnMl irnnU AC
tfae Kansas Pacific railroad
Of all these recommendations,
strongly urged by the President upon
a Congress devoted to the Interests
of his Administration, but two got
legislative concurrence. There was a
bookkeeper's transfer, mixed In with
the Union Pacific settlement, of Kan
sas Pacific ownership; and bclligcr-
eni rights were not guaranteed to the
uuoans, ihuukb mow; buubs"h pa
triots soon got something better. ,
Paclftc Commercial Advertiser. Jan.
10. 180. '
Tbe reform In the currency laws
waa the second great achievement in j
the administration of public finances 1
under President McKInley. tho first
being the enactment of the Dingley '
tariff. Tho act approved by the Pres-i
"dent March 14. 1900. firmly establish- theretofore pertaining to the liens
e the United States on a gold basis. , and mortgages in respect of which
Confidence in respect to the money such payments should be made, the
standard and tho Integrity of all our President, on February S, 1S9S, au
various forms of money was declared thorized the Secretary of the Treas-
by law. The uncertainties and mis-1
givlngs of more than twenty years '
were dispelled and a broad founda
tion of stability and security laid.
.Tho task was a difficult one. If
was a problem which required pativ
once nnd courage In Its solution. The j
fact that three years elapsed before!
the measure became a law revealed,
tho difficult road over which the
workers for tho reform movement
passed. At the beginning of the first
regular session of Congress under the
Administration of President McKIn-j
lay the Secretary of tho Treasury'
submitted a plan the essential feat
ures of which are to be found in the
act of March 11. 1900. It was because j
the Republicans did not control both
branches of the National Legislature!
Ull the close of 1S99, that the law!
was not enacted sooner. ,
From December. 1S97, until the bill
became h law no opportunity was lost .
to advance tho cause of currency re-
friu. Notwithstanding an adverse
M.Joritv tho Senate, tho Commit-! ' en over and above the 'sum
tee on Banking and Currency in the wh,ch the court hnd tlxed as the up
HMe considered several measures. se- Price- and whIch the reorganize
Tlo -nrl- fh.ic .!., tn mmmlltw.
while resulting In nothing definite,
was yet of great value, for the long
and trying discussion served to bring
about a better understanding of the!
Intricate questions to be settled. In (
aaltlcipation of a Republican Senate
aad House In the Fifty-sixth' Con-i
grass caucus committees wero organ
ised for tho purpose of preparing.
during tho summer months of 1S99.
sack a bill as would receive tho sup
wort of the sound-money majority in
bath Houses. When the first session,
of the Fifty-sixth Congress was con-'
vened the first bill introduced was
tbat agreed upon by the House caucus
wramuteo. 11 iook its place upon tne ,
Calendar as House bill No.
s. 1 ltt.
. x. i4W,
.11 n-h Avnn.iUt!M . An
!r "r:. .rr".: i
tre wus ic-n wuMUKua o. uiu 1
hranrhsi; of thi National Lceislature. t
and so became
a law on March 14.
rcru3 uw muM uuuiuie icamre
of the new currencv law was thati
which related to the refunding of the ls It from the fact that the citizens
national debL The 5 per cents of I meeting a few days since has opened
1904. the 4 per" cents of 1907, and the t the Advertiser's eyfs to see that be
3 per cents of 190S. the principal of ' cause the Lyon of Public Sentiment
which aggregated $S39.146,400, were'5103. n ls3 oot necessarily a des
authorlred to be refunded into 2'peri P!sed factorn shaping the conditions
cent bonds, payable at the pleasure!
of the United States after
Y1oC wn t ilntA tVaAlB ffmtA
., . , , ... j the" belief that the plantations and the
and payable, principal and interest. Advertiser are the friends of the Am
in gold coin of the present standard erlcan ,&borer ,f he will oalr ecdors
value. The act contains a provision j the nomination of men pledged to the
that the new 2 per cent bonds to be continuance of present conditions?
I issaed in exchange for tie aid threes,
fours 23 fires, should not be Issaed
) at less than par.
Th Secretary of
the oW threes, fours and fires shoekl
be received la 'exchange for the 2 per
be received la 'exchange for the 2 per
coats oa a basis of 2V per ceaL On
Mar 1. 1540. almost oae-taird of the
oatstaadiag threes, fosrs aad Sves
bad trees- converted iato per ceais
of tbe new i?se. Urns practically se-
nria? tkA liiwearr of th refnndiasr
No other aatioa of tbe earth can
boaat of such an achievement as was
ta exchange of these old. high-rate
,aLfer(-, f or boads i-oed anoni
' so low a basis as 2 per cenL Hither
, to Greet Britain bad been, regarded
&s the financial Gibraltar of the world
whte Brltfsh conso5 bearing in-
terest at the rate of 2 per cent per
annum were selling 2 points below
par. the United States was able to
float a 2 per cent bond at par with
lease. Soch facts sneak volumes ior'nicn waaj aaa maue u.-vasar m
j the financial strength of the United
i air,taK To H,r nor rnt h,md at
io itoai a pr c;iit uuiiu ut
par of this kind means that the integ -
rltv of the dollar was recognized In
,h i.v nt thA land, nnd thrP
,11 also believe -that the day is not
faith In the honesty of our future In- far distant wh3n every anti.Alnerican.
...w - ......
c ,., rn .. iai..'c inr.
WUI.U mv; 4..... v.. n .s.
ance on the Currency BUI. Now for of the very men who are today actual
the Kansas Pacific railroad transac-1 ly suffering through the principles
ee case of the Kansas Pacific
indebtedness, by decree of the court
an upset price on the sale of the !
property was fixed at a sum which j
would yield to the Government $2.-
500,000. The reorganization commit-!
tee in conference with the Govern-1
nt declared its purpose of making
no higher bid than that fixed by the
decree of court, so that the Govern-
ment was confronted with the danger
of receiving for its total lien upon
this line, amounting to nearly $13,-
000.000. principal and interest, only
the sum of $2,500,000.
nplfpvinir the infnrnsts of tho ftov-'
ernment required that
8hoiiW b(j made tQ obtaln
sum, and the Government having the I
right to redeem the Incumbrances .
upon the property which were prior
to the lien of the Government sub- j
sidy, by paying the sum lawfully due
In respect thereof out of the Treasury
of the United States, so that the Unit
ed States should thereupon become
subrogated to all rights and securities,
ury to pay out of the Treasury, to the
person or persons lawfully entitled to
recelvo the same, the amounts law-
fullv due unon the prior mortgages '
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upon the eastern and middle divisions 1
of the road.
Steps were taken by the Govern
ment looking to the fulfillment of this
direction, whereupon the reorganiza
tion committee offered to bid at the
sale of the road a sum which would
realize to the Government the whole
amount of the principal of the debt,
$6,303,000. It was believed that no
better price than this could be ob
tained at a later date if the sale
should be postponed, and it was
deemed best to proceed upon the
guaranty of a minimum bid which
would realize to the Government the
whole principal of its debt. The sale
thereupon took place, and the sum
yielded to the Government was $6.
303,000 hi cash. It will be perceived
that the Government secured an ad
' vance of S3.S03.000 in cash on account1
had declared was the.
maximum which they were wiling to;
pay for the property.
So much for the Advertiser's bliss-
Editor Republican : I was much m-j
terested in reading the JMltorlal in (
the Advertiser of January 10th. en-.
titled "Tho Local Labor Problem,
am lead to ask: What motive could
that newsDaner have had to express..
are not only at
...., .VI, .
variance with its
past, but it even goes so far as to
give evidence to substantiate the ex-
... . . 1
istance of present conditions wnicn
.ma ..i nnlt. ter -.. w Kaa 5t. f
uv uui wi4 u iua wvvu
nnlctt tr avow Atnortrmrt nrfnrlnta
.r; ; tb w i
-- -- T, Z,.7 1
"- '" llau,us '" ,B"' c"
dorsing the movement of the labor or- i
ganirations In protecting themselves
and families against Asiatic labor.
of himself: Why this
0l Iae ona no r tnese islands!
7a I ...K. mjkm.. 1.IJ ..Y... i
wu""i uirvu ioju fjui iu u
3wi iuistuu iuc isuuriug ciafv raw
Is It not an attempt to cause the
labor organizations to organise a,
foerta political party. whereby the
Advertisers friends would be sare
of victory and the continuance of an-'
Since the mass meeting of Janaary
4tk a very large namber of American
Home Rule Repabl&an party Is Tery
.... .1 , ., ,
close to the tru American ideas for
these islands, providing they mean
wbat they say; aad if that organiza -
tion shows its good trill to American
laborers by nominating a goodly por -
tion of white candidates on their tick-
ets In the future, a very large num- Willie Hall has returned to Hono-. j H Taylor & Co, bankrupts, the fol
ber of American citizens will believe ju afler a pieasure'trip on Hawaii, j lowing partially described merchan-
ia mean wnai " a- au euuuittr
a n mrr T trust the nnnarent
. ... . -----
expressions of good will, as given out
by the Advertiser, will be received
with careful consideration. The policy
of the Advertiser has ever been Anta
gonistic to the interests of the Am
erican and Hawaiian laborer, and a
strong advocate of the Very principles
' movement of organized labor against
We Asiatic, and I doubt if now tins
' - t
', parent aonning or ine sneeps cioatv
wI" f far ln coacealm5 true na -
i tUTt wou!d cover' . . .
wneiner a citizen or newspaper, win;
..... ,. ,.... .... .-J.
y rective us ju&l rcwaru ai ine nanus
; which the Advertirer has represent
ed and assisted in the past.
Honolulu. H. T., Jan. 11, 1902.
The January number of "Side
"sou., me mouuuy magazine puo
I ushed at Hilo for the benefit of
ivertisers, contains many good things,
among wnicn is an article by A. Li.
Louisson on the possibilities of diver
sified agriculture in Hawaii, and a ,
, couuiuiiuon uj 1. t. nay, 01 naj ,
, Brtohers, Hilo, on the valuation and ;
adaptabilities of Hawaiian lands. The
pointers are pertinent and of ma-
new weeklv which
promIses t0 supply spice and wisdom
to ciever people, also giving them
matter in the spheres of literature,
art. music, drama, finance, sport, wit
and events, made its first appearance
yesterday. Its bow to the public is
graceful and altogether the new pa-
per. for a first effort, is most enter
taining and shows promise of success.
Oriental Labor's Champion.
j The "Kona Echo," a mimeographed
chant .-r1ttrtnfJ ..-rtl--lt" o Unttialni
, oii'-tL )Jiuuui..u ni.v.iu; ttk uu.uuiuu,
championing the cause of the Oriental
laborer in Hawaii, still continues to
prove the industry of H. S. Hayashi.
the editor. In its last issue the Echo
... . . .
tninks it very unjust that the Chinese)
c-xciusioh acl snoum oe re-enacieu.
Yesterday's number of The Volcano
contained many bright things. The
Volcano is always interesting reading.
Panama Canal Offer.
PARIS. Jan. 4. The directors of
the Panama Canal Company, with
President Bo in the chair, met at
the Company's offices today, and af-1
ter a brief session came to a defi
nite decision to offer to sell the canal
property to the United States fori
$40,000,000. This price includes thej
excavations .canal railroad, machin-j
ery and all the other items specified t
in the Isthmian Commission's report. t
The company's representative atj
Washington. M. Bouefvre, received
a caole message today Instructing
him to formally submit this offer to
1 the President.
Taylor win nemain. t
WASHINGTON. Jan. 4. Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury H. A. Tay-j
lor will retain his position under Notice is hereby given mat tne
Governor Shaw, the new Secretary I property of the above named RanK
of the Treasury. The retention ofrrupts will be sold at auction at the
Mr. Taylor was agreed upon at the i
consultation between the President
and members of the Wisconsin dele-!
Bethelny Bank Burglarized.
. . " . . I
DECATUR. I1L, Jan. 4. Four men:
- iiv . t jv i. - vivutl .
iirnin tnfn ttya hnlll rf If VZmtt It
Bethelny last nlghL blew up the!
safe and secured $2,000 In bills. A
i large quantity of gold and silver was I
left as the robbers were driven off i
tt.lL &3 LUC iUUUtTS tin
.,..- --, , j. I
., i t ,
The robbers were at work two hours.
fired of mm, siy
cerine before discovered.
BOLDLY RODE AWAY.
Wheel Belonging to Chinese Clerk! A meeting of the stockholders of
Stolen in Daylight. ' tae Robert Grieve Publishing Com-
V. McShane now languishes at the P3a-r- Llcd. is hereby called at the
city hastile charged with stealing a,0ce of the Treasurer. J. H. FUher.
bicycle belonging to a Chinese clerk for SATURDAY. JANUARY 18th.
at the Hobron Drug store. The man 1902 at 3 'cIock P- m- SaId meeUng
is said ta havf. holdlr tak-Pn th hli B for e purpose of discussing
from a business he'use In the down!
tnirn ctrootc nnr mrmnffne- It V So.
.. maJ.IIhm ....- Wm.. tL. ..fe...I I
6ui )nauu uwa ucu uie ouij.ia-i
ru uuci saw uiui. jitauaue la saiu
to have offered several variegated '
excuses relative to his having posses
sion 01 tne wneeL iTellminary ex
amlnaUon will be held at the policel
coart tomorrow. ,
- i-K..- r . i- i. 5 nn
,V. WW&UUt . i3 UVW ItVlU W.fc
Mrs. S- Kubey is contemplating a f
Frank Brown is reported as senous-
. . rl .
,v iU " bls ncme-
j H. O- Isenberg arrived by the Kinan
: yesterday from Hilo.
; T. E. Wail returned from a business
f trip to Hilo yesterday.
Miss Jones, of Grande . b .peja-
in a few davs at Aiaahou wittuMisS
' " a .. '
P. Peck, a banker on Hawaii,
Honolulu on a combined
and pleasure trip.
Mrs. Dr. Wight and daughter are in .
the city of Hilo. They will spend
some days visiting friends.
aae arrea maer was aniuas
, the returning passengers in the Ki -
nau from Hilo and way ports yester
j Captain Berger and hj3 famed band
t musicians were passengers aboard
the Kinan "after "a season of concerts
... r T KS, -ii . ,u v I
- F- Lehigh, selected by the Mu-
tual Telephone Company as manager,
has arrived in the city from the coast.
Mr. Lehigh assumes his new duties
T. C. Howell, the well known news-
paperman and promoter, returned by
the Kinau yesterdav after a very sue-
cessful business trip on Hawaii and
Maui in the interests of the Pacific
, Union Oil Company, representing
I Col. J. H. Fisher of this city.
1 Lieut. Col. G. F. Girard. U. S. A.
surge011p who ls to assume the duties
of Major Blair D. Taylor, the surgeon
iiu uas ucvu aiuivue-u iu vuiujj -m;-
I Kinley, an-ived by the Alameda on
L- . . . ... . .
Fridav. Major Blair wI soo leave
for h;s . ost t For, Sn1inr.
SUCCESSOR TO VALENTINE.
t Dudley Evans May Accept the Wells
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 1. The
board of directors of Wells. Fargo & '
Co., will meet at an early date to elect
a successor to the late J. J. Valentine,
president of the company. Dudley
Evans, second vice-president and
manager of the Atlantic division of
the company, is thought to be in line
1 for the place. Homer S. King, how
j ever, has many supporters, and the
! contest is between the two. First
Vice President Gray is S3 years old,
and while ?, .most competent officer,
his age will, probably be a bar to his
advancement to the higher office.
T. T I 1 l .I.a l.n.1....
w- - -t
i,u3iness of the company, while Valen-
tvinxr mis nan ciiurtp ul iuu uiiualuk.
Une his attention to the express
business. This may be a reason for
the selection 01 Evans to succeed vai-
entine. taining an area of forty-two hundreths ,
... ' (42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki,
. y . Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the
Captured by Hamilton. piece or parcel of land described In ,
LONDON. Jan. 4. Lord Kitchener 1 Royal Patent 3690. Land Commission
reports to the War Office under date Award 11018 to Wahlne
of Johannesburg January 3 as fol- Together with all buildings, lm
" " h J provements, rights, easements, prlv-
,0W3: .ileges and appurtenances thereunto
"Bruce Hamilton, operating to the 1 belonging.
eastward of Ermelo since December
29, has captured 100 prisoners
eluding General Erasmus."
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE,
UNITED STATES .FOR THE'
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of Jas. H. Taylor and
Julian Gasper. Co-partners under
the firm name of J. H. Taylor &.'
To the Creditors of the above namd
salesrooms of Jas. H. Morgan, No 60 J
Queen street. Honolulu, on the 23rd
day of January, at 10 o'clock a. i t
W. S. FLEMING.
The annual meetlmr of the stock-
holders of the Pacific Guano & Fer
til5zer Company, will be held on Mon-
aa-v- January am. iwz. at i ociock
a. m.. at the office of H. Hackfeld &
1' ia onoiuu-
NOTICE OF MEETING.
general business affairs of
.EDWIN S. GILL.
I Ti.amrim K llu.n - tTnnl..l.. t
for manv aodlpaoa I
aad as f shall be leaving here '
7 soon, I -wish to warn, the Public at
, large, that I sh3ll only be morally re-
the members of my Company, and that
' all such, debts contracted must be
presented at the box oSee oa or be-
' fore the ISth dav of January. 1202. for
Honolulu. January 7th, 1902.
AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
On Thursday. January 23rd. at 10
o'clock a. m at my salesroom. 65
Queen street. Honolulu. I "will sell at
Public Auction, br order of Mr. H. G.
Middledltcb. trustee in the estate of
' mX-0: AnVils Tire L
; , -i-o
fceuer. v.oai. Biiea. naiuuitris, v..-.
, Tire Bander, Round and Flat Bar Iron,
; Bar Tool Steel, Wrenches, Drill Press,
' Flatters. Swager. Punches. Pinchers.
' n'ronl)iB riAfc- Sonify. Ruccv
"TTl. -! - T3;f rtT- irr) 7nirA T tm
b Drwlnp Knife Bevel, etc etc.
Toeetner witn a nueen years tease
1 of the property situated on the corner
of Queen and MUInani streets, and the
corrugated iron covered building situ
JAMES F. MORGAN. Auctioneer.
Honolulu. Jan. 9, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that intend -
ing passengers per Steamship "MO -
ANA," due to sail for Vancouver on
the 15th Inst., and per Steamship
"AORANGI." due to sail for the Col-
' onies on the ISth inst.. must apply
for passage by the former boat not
later than Monday, the 6th inst., and
for the latter not later than Thurs
day, the 9th insL
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.,
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND1
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the powers of sale contained in that
certain mortgage dated October 30th,
1S99, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of
Honolulu. Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse,
formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but
now of San Francisco State of Calif-
mia, as mortgagee, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances in said
Honolulu, in Liber 19G, on pages 2G3
, and 264, the mortgagee intends to ,
foreclose thp said mortgage for con
' dition broken, to wit: the non-pay-I
ment of the interest on the sum of
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars (?2500)
, the principal sum secured by said
mortgage when due.
. Notice is likewise given that the
property conveyed by the said mort-,
I Pnpp l-Hl hn cnlH nf "PuliHf Atiffnn of
the auction rooms of James F. Mor
gan. Auctioneer, Queen St, Honolulu,
on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan
uary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon.
The property covered by said mort-
.. " ... 11... t ..
Kage consists oi an inai piece or par-
cei 0f and situated on the Waikiki
side of Makiki Street near Wilder
Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com
prising: All that piece or parcel of land con-
I Terms Cash, United States Gold
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars applv to
I HOLMES & STANLEY.
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, December 23, 1901.
By his attornev In fact.
A Gup of
To get a real good cup of Coffee
you'll have to start back of the ac
tual making. You'll have to look
to the roasting and grinding.
Is a high grade blend, but moder
30c. the pound.
Roasted three times a week and
ground three times a day from gcod
old Kona coffee. Always pure and
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
1066 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 2-0.
VM. G. IRWIN I CO.. LID
Wm. G. Irwin.
rresiaenL ez jianaer a
Glaus Spreckels.. First Vice Pesldent 6
W. M. Giffard.. Second Vice President 0
H. M. Whitney. Jr...Treas. and Sec"y'A
AGENTS FOR THE
t tt f 0.
ll'HUTIIf' ffc I Zil
ww . . w.
Of tan Franciaee, CaL
I Till illHTISOll
Jobbing; Promplly Attended lo
MONDAY, JANUARY 13TH
MESSRS. HENRY LEE and
JAMES G. RLVL
Take pleasure in presenting their
For a short season, en route to Aus
tralia. A glance over the list of!
stars will convince the most Indiffer
ent observer that we offer only the
very greatest features In the line of
European and American
. . . VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS . . .
. No where else In this world will you
find such an organization of leading
1 features and high salaried performers,
SALERNE THE GREAT.
BUNTH and RUDD COMPANY.
PROF. POWELL AND COMPANY.
ARRAS AND ALICE.
ST. ONGE BROTHERS.
DELTORELLIS CASINO TRIO.
BERT FLATT and ROSE SUTHER
LAND. MLLE. ANCION.
THE FERRARIS DUO.
MISS HOPE HADDEN.
MLLE. ILMA DE MON2A and
CARL NILSSON'S TROUPE.
REM EMBER EVERY
Reserved Seats $1.00.
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Blackthorne Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended for its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
Old Cremorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
J. Hartmann & Co., Ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
Have Just Opened
An entirely New Consignment of....
SILK GOODS IN PIECE,
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERED,
CARVED IVORY WARE.
SANDAL WOOD BOXES,
JEWELRY and NOVELTIES.
ALL ORIENTAL GOODS OF
THE VERY BEST.
Phong Fat Co.,
33 KING STREET.
The Pacific Hardware Co., 'Ltd,
o Keep one at your bed
o side and throw light
o on the burglar when
o he comes for your
o silver dollarsand wed
o ding presents.
The Hollister Drug Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Things
SCOTCH .SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
like your Mother used
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Fingers.
Cream Puffs and all the dainty styles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to bettor grades for 50 cents. We
can furnish you a box of doilclou?
candle worth a dollar okawher"
J. OSWALD ILTJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
9HLS0 SOME MORE
I Icliiaan Stoves
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of
AT PRICES TO 8U1T ALL.