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WEDNESDAY NOV. 28, 1881.
Kurald Steam Printing House. rb* lacllttles of tb* Herald steam ■>rluiiag House lor doing Job work are not surpassed lv California outside of San r-raooisoo and Saoramento. All work en trusted to us will be executed with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest living rates. NxfKtHai. stiTin- Hereafter uutlces of companies, socie ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted lv the Herald as paid advertisements, We reserve, lor Places of Worship, a grat is directory, whioh will appear ev*rr Sunday morning. A very interesting correspond ence, whioh explains itself, be tween Col. Hopkins and Mr. Nutt, appears in the columns of tbe Hsrald this morning. Railway topios have a perennial interest to Southern California which excuses any ordinary degree of volumi. nousness. These letters will be found of great Interest. Col. Hop kins's memorial is an able and elo quent presentment of the strong points of Los Angeles county. Cbrtain of our Los Angeles and San Diego contemporaries are bus- lly engaged in feasting ou the funeral baked meats of the two last Congressional emotion*. It is just possible that they are a trifle stale. Tbe dlsoussiou U not nearly so practical as making Governor* and Congressmen in the future, al though even tbe latter occupation might be adventured upon with a little more chance of standing the inevitable wear and tear of tbe political oonnubiators some five or six months from now. There 1b something very in spiriting to men of moral and well ordered livee to bave it telegraphed over tbe oountry that a Southern darkey, sentenced to be bung for outraging and tben murdering a little seven year old white girl, bounds straight from the ecall'old into the arms of Jesus. The Sav iour of Man was long suffering dur ing his brief life on earth, but fat greater liberties are dally taken wltb him than were ever recorded either of Gethsemme or Calvary. The least a discriminating editor for the Associated Press co uld do, In the Interest of decency, would be to suppress the utterances of these blood-stained blasphemers. Certain prurient features which characterized the telegrams tbat were sent from the bed of the dy> lng President are beginning lo crop out aa tbe oase of Guiteau pro gresses. Tbe New York Berald appears to be responsible for a tel egram which has probably made its appearance in tbe columns of ever.; newspaper in tbe Uuited States, and which must have made tbs common family enjoyment of tba dally journals slightly embar rassing in modest households. However, tbe successive stages of Gsn. Garfield's deadly lllness'were made so instructive in that line tbat the bloom may be said to have been already brushed from the grape. "PVCX," of late, Is acquitting Itself of a great number of exceed eeedingly clever cartoons. In a rteent issue President Arthur was represented seated lv the Presiden tial chair, Grant standing before him to oratorical attitude, and wltb his traditional cigar in his fingers. "Arthur, my boy," says the ex-President, "this is a good time to press the third term." Thereupon tbe new President, stretching himself, replies, "Ah, ha, urn—General, don't you think tbe time to press tbe third term is towards tbe close of my teaondt" The idea strikes Ulysses as a novel one. He sees as through a glass darkly. The artist has made a very charming pictured tbe Great Bisoomflted's chagrin at ibis unex pected but perfectly natural phase of tbe Third Term. Not only is there a business and building boom in Los Angelis Just now, but it may be said, with entire trutb, tbat buildings bave been going up at tuoh a rapid rate that there is not seasoned lumber enough left in tbis seotion to ac commodate those who desire lo bulid. Enterprising as our lumber dealers ordinarily are, tbey tailed to gauge at Its true volume the tide of improvement and settle ment wbieh bas oharaeterized this oommunlty since tbe opening cf tho current year; and they are now, in efieot, sold out of the erode material. Nor has the call upon them for lumber been by any means restricted to tbe city. All through tbe connty the demand for it for dwellings and fenoss has been exigent and con tinuous. The farmers have not only paid off a large portion o tbeir Indebtedness tbis year, but tbey bave made many substantial Improvements, besides. It Is per hape to be regretted tbat there will ho, for a time, an enforced modera tion In building, hut it can be readily conjectured that tbe lum ber firms are a little ohagrlned at their failure to accurately diagnose tho future. Tbe Hbrai.d congrat oletee Itself upon having been of the f.nv Tho steadily predicted tbe "boom" whose proportions are now so clearly outlined. We second the demand of tbe Expreis that Wilmington shall be ereoted into a port of entry. At regular intervals tbe press of this oity has agitated for tbis aot of Justice and It should bo accorded. Our contemporary truly says that nine vessels lie in the offiing and fifteen are now discharging or loading iv the Inner harbor at Wilmington. As we bave ten times tbo oommereo of San Diego It Is highly ridiculous to make Wilmingtob subject to the Col lector ofthat Port. It is on the principle of allowing tbe tail to w-._ the dog. We feel assured that If proper representations are made to Senate! Farley this injustice will bo remedied. We have no desire to see San Diego divested el tbe distinction of being a Port nf Entry, but we tbiuk it Is highly unjust that sbe'sbould be allowed to include in her otherwise iueig nifloant Cust am House returns the very considerable revenue accru ing from our own port. Besides, the delays arising from such a sys tem are a great drawback (o tbe satisfactory transaction of busi ness. THE scene of one of the most fa miliar stories of the frontier raconteurs was located in Austin, in the early days of that famous camp. A ruffian walked luto one of tho mushroom saloons there, drew a revolver, pointed it at the "bar-keep" and tol<i him that if be did not pungleup a drink he would be a'dead man inside of no time. The victim was courageous, and told tbe intruder that he would furnish him with v drink if he paid for it. The desperado was as good as his word, aud walked out of the barroom with a smoking pistol in bid haud, ami a dead man behind the bar. Indignation ran high in Austin;and a mob quickly gathered. Several leading citizens, wbo thought the town would be disgraced by any aot of lawless ness, took ••. twi .• of the murderer and stood off tb* crowd, landing the former -t, ,y t/ehind prison bars. When ussmcd of his immu nity from instant puuishment, gasping with terror, tho criminal turned to his [protector* aud said, with holy horror, "Why tbo3e wretches wouid aotusliy murder a man in cold blood." Grave as tbe sonjuncture was, tbe upholders of tbe majesty of tho law could not resist a derisive luugh. Much such au experience was undergone by the people of tbe United States when Guiteau went through His antics on an attempt being made to deal out to him the' eowardiy prescription which the fanatic thought good enough for poor Garfield. The pathos with which everything which threatens bis own iguoble oarcass is invested in the eyes ef Guiteau surpasses tbe ordinary range of comedy. "I object," said he, "to being shot down like a dog." This is a lino exemplification of the difference there may bo betwixt tweedledum and tweedledee. That Guiteau thinks he is guilty of eomething very different from an absurd aoti. climax lv l hese utterances cannot bo doubted. They are rank with the offensive egotism which, run to extremes, probably constitutes a oertain phase ot insanity in bis ease. The assassination of a Presi dent of the United States cannot, under auy circumstanoes, be re garded as a subjsot for mirth, but more ridiculous lucideuts have been made to cluster arouud ever., step of tbe trajedy than seem al lowable to the ordinary observer. Tbe climax of the absurd and out rageous was reached when the wretch Guiteau was allowed to take the vertebras of the dead President in his bloodstained bands and soruliulie them closely and exultingiy. Guiteau, gloating over the skeleton of the man he had murdered, and the same Gui teau attitudinizing In virtuous reprobation of an attempt to us sassinate himself, are spectacles to excite the wonder of both Gods j and men. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. j Special to the Hebals by the Western Onion Telegraph Company. | PACIFIC COAST. stock ii.Ki-cm.-x-. SAN rttAKOIBCO STOCK AM) EX. CHANGE BOARD. MOIiNINO UESStOK. Hut Fbancisoo, Nov. S3. 870 ODhlr, «X 6, 480 Belcher, 2.85, 2.70 bft 61) Conddeuoe, 8 280 Mexlcin, 1*4.1% lOIOS N-vada, 10X. i.lojua t'.5H. 5>4 U.fK.lO „ 6K,RU 335 Bullion. 1.56 ?60 B & B.tii JKJM llontah,7>, 6«0 Cala, Buo, S5 too Exchequer, 1.10. ÜBO .-avuge, 2 90, 2.86 1.15 2KO 1810 Overman, 2.10, «.85Con Vtf.l.FO, 1.P6 2 08,2.16 470 Chollar, i.iS, IM 810 Unfou, lOW, 10V. I.M 10 lOJ r'otosl, 1 66 6ro Alta, 4.33 71.iH4N,2.»j.2 85 400 Andes, 1.10 480 tJr Point. 1.60 60 Scorpion. 1.10 Mi Jacket, X.80,3.95 lOOWaxd.U 5 Kttinick, 2 OPEN BOARD—B 66 p. M. SNev.SX b.BJ<a, » l 4»! Jacket B!<h,».'., a, S>» s; B 4 BSti b, a; CalatiO b; Mtx loan 7% b, lii s: Point 185 b; Overman \*s. o. 180 a; Alta, 415 b; Jacket, S66a; Henton ! 6-; Mt-xloan,7H s; Albion, IJi w. Belcher' lib b, 2.40 a, 2.-6 s; Scorpion; lb; Point' 1.46 a; Ophlr. b% a; Andes, b, 110 a, no *- Ivttrmaii. 1.90 a, 1.85 b; Con Va 1.85 b, 1 9o i; Utah7Sb, 1% a; Belcher, 2 80 b,2 35 »- M Bells, Vhi to; Savage 2.8J b; H Nev, I iiepnuiiorr Disenniaunea. Tucson, Nov. 22d.--Tbe funds of the United States Depository bave been ordered to ba Bent to San Francisco and the office Is to be discontinued ajt tbis place. EASTERN. tiiDiiaiii Mews. Washington, Nov. 22d.—Capt. Henry Howgate was arraigned in tbe Criminal Court this afternoon and pleaded not guilty to the iu diotment chargiug him vrlth em bezzlement and forgery. Hia bail will be fixed next Thursday at 9:80 A. M. The witnesses in tbe case of Wm. Jones were before the Graud Jury to-day. It is understood tbat Per ry, Carson and the driver of the van testified tbat they recognized Jones as tbe man wbo fired at Gui teau, A small boy, who was r-uu mug after the van ut the time, was quite positive that Jones Is the man wbo did the shooting. Officer tivelyn was quite as positive be was tbe man. It is believed au In dictment will be presented against Jones. Seerctnrjr Klrkwood's Be|>orl. Wash.22.—Secretary Ktrkwood't, annual report contuius the follow ing passage concerning tbe San Carlos Indian Reservation. Its boundary has not been surveyed, but It is asserted, however, tbat ou the southern part of tbe Reserva tion there are extentive deposits of coal, supposed to be very valuable. Parties have sought to contract with tbe Indians for the privilege of mining thecoal, aud lastsuuimet a contract was submitted to the department for approval. Tbe con tract was disapproved, as neither the Indians nor tbe department bad lawful authority lo make o* ap prove it. I consider tbis matter ot sufiicientliniportance to call sjesial attention, lbe reservation Is a large ono und might be lessened so us to exclude tbe deposits of coal or, if tbis oiuuot bo done, tbat it be enlarged to a corresponding extent elsewhere, aud tbe coal bearing nortiou withdrawn from the reser vation. Dyimaulte Disaster. New York, Nov. 22 —An ex plosion of dynamite ou East Tweu ty-Third street wrecked the doors aud windows all about to neigh borhood. A number of persons were hurt, but uo one killed. Tbe powder whs used by it street con tractor. Tno fin,tveted, Uxica, N. Nov. 221.— Eight persona, two families, were drowu ed while rowing iv Ejl bay, St. Lawrence, on Saturday. They were frank Copperbull, wife and two children, uud Charles Wilson, wife and two cbildreu. The boat was overloaded, the wind blew strong and the skiff was swamped. All the bodies were recovered except tbat of an Infant. BEoni r uv«l Niuciii. New YORK, Nov. 221.—Silver bars, 1124. Money closed at 6. Gov ernment!) firm. Stocks closed steady. Western Union, &SJ-; quicksilver, 13; Pacific, 44; Mari posa, 2; Weils, Fargo & Co, 134; New Yorlt Central, 13"|; Erie, 45}; Panama certificates, 195; Union Paoiflc, 11SJ; bouds, 117; Central V icific, 04}; bonds, 115; Sutro, 1; Tombstone, 5; Mineral Creek, 8. A New Block tCxenmuae. New Yobk, Nov. 22d.—It Is re ported that a scheme is ou foot to establish a new Stock Exchange iv connection with a Bank aud Trust Company in this city, on account of tbe dissatisfaction of Interested persons with the manner in which tbe present Exchange deals with certain stocks. Tit. rtnniei of W. H. Vaoderhilt, Jay Gould, Cyrus W. Field, Russell Sage, and other prominent financiers, are named in connection with tho enterprise. r>»* wiaoituaifa *>i*qi|um. Chicago, Nov. 22d—As the of ficial returns come iv from tne late Wisconsin State election, the Re publican tunjoritles are increased. General Rusk, for Governor, has about 12,000 majority over his Democratic competitor. All but seven counties have beeu officially returned. falul ftHOIroCMI ACQKIeoi. PIQTJA, Ohio, Nov. 22J.—At 6 o'olock this morning Henry Brokerod aud Jce Blase were killed ouirigbt and A. Beheart was seri ously Injured,t>y a locomotive run ulng dowu a bund-car on which tbey were riding on the Dayton and Michigan Railroad. anilb«r BAlflwin Arreetra. Newark, N, J., Nov. 22d.— Theodore F. Baldwin, late Teller of tbe Meohauica' Bank, waa ar rested to-day under direction of tbe United Htates District Attor ney on the oharge of falsifying the books or the bank and aiding the Cashier, bis brother, in tbe misap plication of funds. He is in the custody of the Deputy Marshal seeking ball, which is fixed at $50,000. Itnoile Inland Election. Providence, R. 1., Nov. 22d.— The Voting liere If very light, but Spooner, Republican, for Congress, will he elected by a larpa nia) ,rity. Newport is voting for Van Z indt, but there are more votes m ttie smallest ward In Providence thau iv all Newport. Boston, Nov 22 i — Dr. Samuel A. Oieen, City Physician, was nominated to-night by the Rspub iioans for Mayor. A sttietitT intini la s Bewarft. Madison, Wis., Nov. 22 —Sher iff Kiliacu, ot Nebraska, who cap tured Ed Williams, claimed his re ward to-day. He thinks Lon Wil- Hums will not ba captured in Ne braska. He thinks he has left the citato. Nnrvlvurs oriite "Ff-enae." Charleston, 8 C, Nov. 22.— A mate and four seamen, survivor* of tbo French ship France, arrived to-day. The mate makes a loug report to the French C tnsul, cov ering the time from when the hur ricane struok (ho ship, ou Ootobor 2uih, till tbe date of the rescue, November Id, Two boats, contain ing the Captain and the remaind er of tbe orew, are missing. FOREIGN. Auotner OSiir.ii is EuurlMMd nod lrei,.nrt. London, Nov, 22d.—A severe gale in England, Scotland and the soutbaast of Ireland, last evening, unroofed houses and damaged shipping. Part of the Caledonia Railway was washed away. NEW TO-DAY. Wanted. TWO LATHBRS Immediately. Apply at tbis Office. ni»,» Wanted. A BOY to takeoare of horses, milk a cow, etc Address. Herald Office. u2> Boy Wanted. At the Los Angeles Cigar Faotory, 10 learn the cigar makers trade,must he qulok to work. n-3 lw Wanted. A MAN AND WIFE, without children preierred, to work in a dull runoh. Woman lo do cooking and housework for family ot three, Address hock Box 51, Kiverslde, Cal. n2J. 3t ATTRACTIONS. 44 BCAXIt STREET. Has In stock and is receiving dally something new. DIAMONDS, FINE GOLD JEWELRY, Novelties, and American and Swiss Watches. Clocks, Sterling Silver and Rogers Bros.* Plated Ware, Gold Pens and Pencils, .Lockets, Necklace*, Lad! as' and Gents' chains, seals. Bracelets, Finger Rlugs, Ear-Drops, Gold and Pearl Tooth-Picks and millions of line articles suitable lor presents, all of which wiU be sold lower than the lowest. Af» to quality and style will stand the moat critical test. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Repaired In a superior and practical manner—no botch work. All kinds or Jewelry made to order and repaired. An inspection of my slock Is solicited and only costs you your time. Truly yonrs, O. 11. BUSH. nov23t Jan 1 A RARE CHANCE F0R....... BARCAINS REAL ESTATE t On T>eo. 19tli, I will sell, without reserve, for account Of V. BEAUDRY, AT MY AUCTION ROOMS, Corner Main and Arcadia Sts., The following Desirable City Real Estate: TEN' LOTS In the Belle Vue Terrace Tract, north of sixth street and adlolnlng the Normal sohool Grounds. Convenient to street railroad. BIX LOTS In lbe Beaudry Traol, between Second und Fourth streets. These lots com mand magnlfloent views of the olty and valley. TWENTY LOTS In the MOTT Tit ACT—very desirable for resldenoe sites. Twenty •Fives Lota On TEMPLE STREET. Good location and within ten to fifteen minutes' walk fromtho center of the city. xHIRTY LOTS In the Rosas Tract. This is a now tract, overlooking the city and lying north of Oanal uud iiesei voir street. The iraot is planted in orange trees 10 to U years old. TWENTY LOTS Fronting on the west side or Flgueron and Temple streets, with orange trees 12 years old. THREE LOTs* In the Arcadia Tract, fronting on Buena Vista street, opposite the resldenoe of Dr. Hurts. Htittet graded. Special bar gains to any one wanting a good location close to buHinoss, SIX LOTS In the Desnoyers Tract, near the Rail road Depot and Machine shops. One Dwelling- Home and Lot on Charity street, second house north of .second street. Five rooms and a bath room; plenty of closets. Is finely fln* lsheJ, with marble mantels, hot and cold water pipes, and all modern con veniences. Lot covered with ornamen tal trees and shrubs. Fronts on two streets. Commands a splendid view. ONE'COTTAGE On Temple street, second house west of Horticultural Pavilion. House contains dye rooms and bath-room, finely fin lsbeii, with all modern oonvenlenoe.. Not lea minutes' wjlk from Temple Block. ONE COTTAGE On New nigh street, between Temple *ndTurner streets. Five rooms, finely finished; very convenient; good view. THREE TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSES On Buena Vista street, between Temple end Turner streets. Contain nine lo eleven rooms. Good looatlon. Coven lent to business. The Beaudry Park, Containing eight sere. Ooversd with fruit and ornamental trees; 475 bearing oraiiue trees; 2,000 bearing Mexican limes Beautifully laid out, with fountains and drives. Alio, 400 AU Ill's in tho San Pedro Rinclio, In the Downey, Beandry and Hay ward Tract, •£'■<* utiles west of the town of Oompton. Fine firming land. There are eeveial flowing wells in the immediate vicinity. UST" Bale will beg'n at 10 a. at. on the dates announced, on the itosas Tract. Jnaft north of Canal and Meservoir street, on the first hill overlooking the upper portion of the city, and will then be continued at my Auction Booms as above announoed. TERMB: Under fSOO, cash; over 1800, one-half cash, one half in six months at 10 per cent, interest per annum. Deposit of five per cent, oa eaoh pur chase required at the time of sale. n22 Id W. H. NORTHCRAFT) ACCJUOHSDB, i NEW TO-DAY. A NEW AND WELCOME ADVENT TO THE COAST. SUTRO & NEWMARK'S TsTEW YORK. CIGARS I POSITIVELY HAVE NO EQUAL. H. NEWMARK & Co.; SOLE AGENTS TOR THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED BRANDS: Chamber of Commerce, : afe Contract, : : : : ik Silver Fives, : : : ii Slim Jake. : : : £b Professor Morse, : • so flg£=*Wo kindly request dealers and consumers to tender us their good will by inquiring for these goods. H. NEWMARK & CO. AT OTJR ESTABLISHMENT n> * The Scales of Justice ARE EVENLY BALANCED. MTAII goods marked in plain figures. Nothing is asked more and nothing oan be taken lees than the price marked on each article. B; this method of doing business we place tbe poorest judge of goods on tbn same level as the smartest and sharpest buyer. In fast a ebild oan trade with as much security and confidence at our establishment ac can a person of mature age. Is not to sell trash at low prlcos, but to sell the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES; to make our establishment a cosmo politan one, where the wants of the laborer as well as the banker oan be supplied; to adhere to the strlot rule of INJUSTICE TO ALL.-S* Wavering neither right nor left, but treating all customers FAIRLY and SQUARELY. Uprightly and Honestly. jfar We would advise all those who desire to buy with their eyes open and want full value for their money to pay us a vielt and become posted on the right prices of merchandise. People's Store, 84 & 86 MAIN ST. nU 6m SUTRO & NEWMARK'S New York Cigars ! We beg to call tbe attention of tbe publio to the following oelebrated brands from the above-named manufacturers, for which brands we are THE SOLE AGENTS LOS ANGELES: ... LA GTJITARRA, EL BANJO, SOLE CONTROL, AIRY FAIRY. BABY MINE, SWEET MASH, LITTLE OFF, CONFESSION. n28 . t0 . B. Ac 00. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Couucilmrui. I hereby announce to tbe cltitens of the second Ward tbat I am a candidate for re-election to th* office «.l council man. J« XT/BBTW. County Warrants, eto. I buy Witness Fee*, Jury Fee*, f "*? and county Warrants. Judgments,ropt all kinds or olalms. - C. WHITE, _ Attorney et Lew. *«-Boom to Temple Block, ntWuj NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITY OF PARIS. Dress Goods Department We are offering; tbis week tbe following Extraordinary Bargains 100 Pieces : t Cashmere, In all the new shades, At 18} cents per yard. 100 Pieces Armure Cloths, At 15 cents per yard. 100 Pieces Invisible Plaids, At SO cents per yard. 50 Pieces % Australian Crepe, At 35 cents per yard. 25 Pieces ALL-WOOL Black and Colored Cashmere, At 40 cents per yard. 25 Pieces 44 inch All-Wool Striped Shoodas, At SO cents per yard. Trimming Department. 40 Pieces Black and Colored Surah Silks, At 75 cents per yards 25 Pieces Black and Colored Brocade Silk Velvets, At 81.50 per yard., o EU6ENE MEYER & CO., 17 & 19 Spring St. nIB GREAT NEW YORK AUCTION HOUSE, \ No. 5 SPRING ST., opp. Temple Block. i s An Immense Shipment from New York Auctions JUST RECEIVED! cheapest line of Ladies' Underwear ever offered for sale in Los Angeles. . Ladies' Elegantly Embroidered Chemises, only * 50c 3 Ladies' Handsome Princess Night-Gowns, only 76c. - Ladies' Duchess White Skirts, of superior materia) 750 1 And a thousand other articles which space forbids us to mention. have also received a splendid invoice of Fine Laces and Embroideries. Spanish Rlaok and White Silk Lace, extra width, only 260 a yard Elegant Valenciennes Silk Lace, extra width, only SOo a yard Embroideries from 5c a yard up—tbe widest widths manufactured. Gents' Imperial Colored Cheviot Shirts, wltb Collars, Cuff-Buttons aud Fine Silk* Scarf, only $1,25; and a full line of . Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Blankets, Gents' Furnishing Goods, t Boots, Shoes, etc. SWLadies' Elegantly Finished, Rlohly Trimmed, Dates); Style,*M f aWßeady Made HATS aud TURBANS, regular prloe *7,<tM USrTO BE HOLD AT J»S EACH.-%M COTA, MORRIS 4 CO. 0. E. MILES. C. Si. MILES. Miles Brothers, Commission Merchants Nf*. 45 Arcadia. Block, Los Augeles Street, DIALER*) IN ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE. OV Advances made on consignments. aarsACKS, TWINE, etc., always on . band, nlBtf J. G. DeTurk, FEUD AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner or. First and Fori streets. aarHuggies, spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and bnggy,aday $8.00 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.50 Home and bugg) , per c1uy_................ 2.60 Halt a day ..„ „... _ 1.60 aaVHATISFACTION GUARANTEED. sffltf Teutonia Hall, NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING Frohllnger A Mathleson, PROPRIETORS. •ar WINES, LIQUOKH, BEER, ALE and CIGARS of tho best brands. eerLUNOHES of all kinds supplied on short notloe. feuflf T. ft. HALL. NOTARY PUBLIC. Ofßos at Internal Revenue Offloe, Ho, jaCourt street, iswcrderhy telephone. atiw CORRUGATED IRON. For rootling Aid aiding ol stores and other biddings where • minimum amonnt ot wood is desirable TO PREVENT LOSS IT FIRE. IRON ROOF BUILDINGS AND FRAMES Designed, manufactured and erected In an} part of the United States, Sand for Circular and Price Lief WM. B. SCAIFE A CO. Offloe, No. UO tint Avenue, FITTSBUBO. FA. GRANT * CAMERON lIIDIIII Hi MELUOOBNE, VIOTOBIA, AUSTRALIA Oolleotors ot needs of aU Tret* and Borab tndlgoaomi to m ftwrillll Oolomlsl, isolDdin* Iht Bed tad Ptepermiat 3ira«, icielu fill m