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Supreme Court, of the Hawaiian Islands,
January Term, 1879.
Mele LIndser r. Kainanaetal.
Opinioo by McCullj. J.
On exceptions Irom the Circuit Coart of Third
Judicial Circuit. Norember Term, 1878.
The following bill of exceptions was allowed bj
ilr. Justice Judd :
" This cause coming on to be heard before Mr.
Justice Judd on the Ninth daj of November 1878,
and after the introduction of the Royal Patent, No.
2122. description of the land in dispute, deed of
J. W. Kabiamoe the patentee to Geo. K. Lindsey
and bis last Will and Testament, and proof of the
value of the land by S. Kipi. and evidence of the
plaintiff as appears by record of lion. A. Francis
Judd, the plaintiff rested.
' Upon the part of the defendant, it was sought to
to be proved, that an execution was issued out of
the District Court of Ilamakua. and a levy on the
property in dispute, and that, the land in question
was aold under the said levy by the Sheriff to Nai
noa and by Nainoa conveyed to Kainaoa, one of
the defendants ; and after hearing all the evidence
produced upon the part of the defendant, as ap
pears by the record of II is Honor tbe Judge, it was
moved on tbe part of tbe plaintiff, that tbe evi
dence of deed of Kaao to Nainoa. and of Nainoa
to Kalnana be stricken out upon the grounds that
there was do evidence of search for them, no notice
to produce them, or that they were not recorded,
or that there had been sufficient evidence to show
their contents ; which motion was over-ruled by
tbe Court, to which ruling, tbe plaintiff noted ex
ceptions. Tbe Court reserved its judgment, jury
trial being waived, and on tbe 13tb day of Novem
ber 1878. the Court rendered judgment in favor of
tbe defendants, to which tbe plaintiff excepted as
being contrary to the law and evidence. All of
wbicb is respectfully submitted, so that tbe said
plaintiff may have her bill of exceptions allowed
as belore set forth.
'The notes of evidence taken by the presiding
Judge a; j considered to be incorporated herein,
and the papers in tbe case are hereto annexed."
BT THE COCBT.
Tbe papers in tbe case as well as tbe Judge's
notes having been in effect included for tbe sake
of reference in the bill, tbe arguments of counsel
were made and tbe opinion of the Court proceeds
on matters which do not appear fully in tbe excep
tions as above recited. Such matters are stated in
tbe opinion. 4
It appears from tbe Judge's notes sent up as
part of tbe record that tbe Sheriff's deed, which is
tbe origin of tbe defendant's title, was never re
corded and bas beea lost, and was sought to be
established by oral testimony ; and it farther ap
pears that the title of the land in controversy
was. originally in Kabiamoe, who beld by Royal
Grant. Tbe first question in tbe case is whether
Kabiamoe bad been divested of this title, at tbe
time be made a deed to the plaintiff's deceased
husband by a previous judgment in tbe- District
Court of Ilamakua followed by an execcuti-jn from
that Court, levy and sale of the premises. These
proceedings were bad in the year 1860, at wbicb
time tbe Civil Code was in operation.
Chapter XVIII of tbe Civil Code is entitled Of
tbe issuing of executions and proceedings there
upon," of which tbe first section, numbered 1016
reads, " Every Circuit Judge at Chambers
Police Justice and District Justice, shall, at the re
quest of the party recovering judgment in bis
Court, unless duly appealed from, issue execution
against tbe property of tbe person recovered
against, which execution may be in the following
"You are commanded to levy upon tbe personal
property of if any within your district, and
it sufficient cannot be found, then upon bis real
property within said district, and giving thirty
days previous notice as required by law, to sell
tbe same, etc."
Section 908 of tbe Civil Code, which is included
in Chapter XV, " Of the Island Courts, not of rec
ord," reads "No judgment rendered in said
(Police) Justices' Courts shall be a lies upon real
property, until a transcript thereof, certified by
such Justice, shall have been docketed in the office
of tbe Clerk of the Supreme Court. Such justice's
judgment shall be a lien upon tbe movable pro
perty of the defendant in execution, not exempted
by law from levy from tbe time and according to
the priority of the levy."
mo provisions ol tbe last quoted section are not
repeated under tbe Chapter " Of the District
Courta," but inasmuch as tbe Police Courts are
only District Courts, with some special additional
jurisdiction, it is not doubted that tbe judgment of
a District Court is equally restrained and therefore
no judgment of a District Court, is a lien upon real
property until a certified transcript thereof is
docketed in the Clerk's office of the Supreme
Tbe language of 1016 is general, giving Cir
cuit Judges in Chambers and l'ouce and District
Justices power to issue execution, in a prescribed
form; upon tbe personal property of a defendant.
and ir sufficient cannot be lound then upon real
property. It is tbe latter clause, which is the
foundation of the power of a justice's Court to is
sue -an execution to be levied on real estate.
The alienation of tbe fee of real estate by sale on
execution was unknown to tbe common law. The
uee and profits of tbe laud were sequestrated by a
writ of eltijit fora part of the land, or of extentfor tbe
whole of it, for a time sufficient to satisfy tbe Judg
ment from tbe profiis, during wbicb it was held in
trust by the judgment creditor. Kent's Com. IV,
side page 429.
Ibe sale of the land as is now so generally prac
tised in the American States and as bas always
been done in this country since tbe establishment
of courts, is a statute proceeding, and tbe statute
prescriptions must be exactly followed.
What. then, is the force of section 908 7 It ia con
tended by counsel for tbe defendants, tbat docket
ing a justice's judgment, in tbe clerk's office.
makes it a charge, an incumbrance, on tbe real es
tate (subsisting without levy made) which follows
tbe real estate, like an unsatisfied mortgage till
barred by tbe statute of limitations ; but tbat tbere
was authority under section 1016 to make an imme
diate levy and thereby bold and sell real estate.
We are of opioion that tbe language of tbe sec
tion and tbe purview ol the code will not sustain
We have no statute making a judgment of court
of record a lien ffpon real estate in tbe nature of a
subsisting incumbrance. Tbe judgment consti
tutes no property or right in the land. It only
confers a right to levy on the same. By section
1021. tbe officer is directed to give priority in levy
ing according to tbe order ol lime in receiving the
writs of execution, without reference to tbe d ite of
tbe judgment. Tbe earlier judgment creditor who
bast allowed bis judgment to stand is liable to have
the debtor's property exhausted by an execution
taken out on a later judgment.
' Tbe lien of judgments as a lien upon real es
tate, and wbicb is so prevalent in the United States,
was adopted from the English Statute of 4 and 5
W. M. 20. which bas been improved by the statute
of 1 and 2 Vict. C. 110, requiring a memorandum
of tbe judgment to be entered on tbe book in Al
phabetical order, and a fresh memorandum thereot
to be made after five years from tbe first entry."
Note. Kent's Com. IV p. 435.
In New York, judgments and decrees cease to be
a ciiarge on ine lanus as against purcnaaers in
good faith, arid as against subsequent incumbranc
ers from and after tea years from the docketing of
the same. N. Y. Revised Statutes 11, 182, sections
96. 97. In the New England States, tbe judgment
is no lien and tbe lands are not bound until execu
tion issued, but may be attached in tbe first in
stance by mesne process, thus creating a valid
lien. Kent's Com. IV P- 435. In Pennsylvania
and in Illinois, tbe judgment is a lien for seven
years. In other states there are different provi
sions. In tbe absence of a statute of this Kingdom
making judgment of a Court of record a charge
on real estate, tbe question would arise, whether by
tbe use ol the word ' lien " in tbe 9Utb section.
tbe Legislature intended lo give a greater scope
to tbe judgment ol the District Court, when dock
eted as prescribed, than is given to tbe judgment
of tbe superior court. And it seems to us. tbat
tbe last clause of tbe section supplies a full expla
nation of tbe sense in wbicb the word is used in
tbe first clause. In tbe last clause, it is said, tbat.
" the judgment is a lien after levy made and ac
cording to tbe priority of the levy on personal
property." Tous toe woias oi me eiaiuie are not
tbat tbe levy is a lien, but tbat tbe judgment is a
lien after levy ; it is the levy which makes tbe
judgment a lien. So likewise, the first clause
means tbat tbere suan oe no nen creuteu, luat is to
say. through tbe means of tbe levy, escept after
docketing. Tbe word lien " must be taken to
mean something in me statute, ana as mere is no
statute in this country constituting a judgment a
lien, it must mean, tbat no lien shall be created by
authority of tbe judgment, that is no levy shall be
made by ihe authority of the judgment, until after
the docketing in tbe Clerk's office.
In the case under consideration, tne juagment
ol tbe District Court bad not been docketed ; and
the levy and 6ale were illegal and couveyed no
It is somewhat surpisiog tbat tbe question, oere
discussed, bas not heretofore come betore tne
Court. Tbe language of section 1016 might well
have been taken by justice and sheriff's officers, to
warrant lew direct on real estate, but we find by
examination wbicb we bave bad made in the office
of tbe Registry of deeds, tbat there is but one
deed of record, by a sheriff selling real estate
under an execution, proceeding from a District
Court. Tbe existing statutes are a copy oi tne
provisions found in tbe procedure code oi ltat.
The uniform practice for perhaps thirty years, bas
been to docket tbe judgment in tne uiem s
office, when it was known, that tbe personal prop
erty would not be sufficient, and then to take out
execution from the Supreme Court, as upon a
We bave nothing to say about executions so
taken out which may bave been issued by virtue of
the 1023 section, since oar record does not show
whether property levied upon or sought to be
levied upon was within the district of the Magis
trate, giving the judgment, bnl we may .call atten
tion to the course prescribed by our statutes. The
District or Police Court issues its writ of execu
tion upon its judgment, which is to be levied upon
personal property if tbere be sufficient of it, and
if not. then (if the transcript have been duly dock
eted) on the real property of defendant within tbe
district ; but if the judgment is not then satisfied,
section 1029 of the Cival Code provides tbat upm
the return of the writ, and procuring a certified
copy of the judgment and execution in the Court
below, to be docketed iu the office ol the Clerk ol
tbe Supreme Court, the plaintiff may sue out a
writ ol execution, wbicb shall be available against
tbe property of the plaintiff wherever situated
within tbe Kingdom.
We may futber remark that tbe circumstances
of this case forcibly illustrate tbe necessity of such
docketing, as tbe law requires. Almost all trace
of reeord of the proceedings in the District Court
was lost. At first, it was said tbat tbe justice's
record-book was lost or destroyed. It bad not
passed to tbe successor ia officv, and bad not been
seen for years ; but at a late stage or tbe trial it
was produced, and an obscure entry waa found
which was taken to be the entry of this judgment.
The writ and return of the sheriff are cot in exist
ence. And futber, as it baa been said above, tbe
deed of tbe sheriff bad been lost and never recorded.
Tbere is evidence to show tbat Mr Lindsey
when he drew tbe conveyance from Kabiamoe to
himself was cognizant of tbe previous sale by the
sheriff or constable, and was a purchaser affected
by notice. That would prevent him from setting
up tbe non-record of tbe deed, but it would cot
cure tbe defects of an illegal sale. If Kahiamoe's
land had not been legally levied upon and sold, the
title remained in Kabiamoe and Lindsey might
purchase from him notwithstanding his knowledge
of tbe form of levy and sale.
There was an important objection made to the
validity of tbe sale, tbat tbe sheriff's officer, who
made tbe sale was himself tbe purchaser. Nainoa
both sold and bought tbe land, but perhaps, pro
cured tbe sheriff to sign bis deed.
Another objection was, tbat, at tbe sale, this
officer, conceiving tbat tbe wife of tbe defendant in
execution owned one third of bis land by ber right
of dower, put up and sold only an undivided two
thirds ol the piece.
It will be remarked that few pretended titles
are so infirm as tbe one based on this sale, with
nearly all its record lost, and what is established
by testimony showing such irregularities. But
with our view of tbe main point in tbe sase, it will
be unnecessary to consider others.
Tbe exceptions are sustained and the finding for
the Defendant is set aside, and judgment is given
to the plaintiff.
R. F. Bickerton for defendant, E. Preston and
Cecil Brown for plaintiff. Cbas. C. Harris,
I find myself unable to concur in tbe forego
ing decision. A. Francis Jcdd.
Honolulu. Feb. 28tb, 1879.
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Hasps aud Staples, Copper Wire, Brass Padlocks,
Iron Padlocks, Composition Port Hinges, pairs;
Composition Strap Hinges, pairs;
Galv. Iron Row Locks, tialv. Iron Belaying Pins I
Locust Belaying Pins, Hickory Belaying Pins, Lizards,
Fair Leaders, Parrel Trucks, Mast-head Trucks,
Serving Mallets, Serving Boards, Chain Hooks,
Hay Hooks, Oalv. Boat Hooks. Gaiv. Jib Hanks,
Wood Jib Hanks. Wood Pumpk for Water Casks.
Galv. Screw Anchor Shackles, Chain Shackles,
Anchor Shackles, Ship Scrapers, Kigging Screws,
Wrist Shackles, Patent Links, Oars, from 6 to 22 feet;
Sculls, Deck Backets.
Metalline Blocks, patent; Blocks, common;
Blocks, iron strap, patent; Blocks, rope strap, patent;
Blocks, rope strap, common; Snatch Blocks,
Blocks, wide score lor main sheet;
Blocks, lignum vitas, for jib sheet; Patent Sheaves,
Common Sheaves, Dead Ejes. Hearts, Bulls Eyes.
PAINTS. OILS, ETC.
Raw Oil, Boiled Oil, KerosettOil,
Whale Oil, China Xut Oil, Lsfd Oil,
Woodward's S goal Oil, Tar Oil,
Bright Varnish, Black Vamfcb,
8. Turpentine, Coal Tar, Patent Dryer, Red Lead,
White Lead, Black Paint, Green Paint. Red Paint,
Yellow Paint, Blue Paint, Metallic, dry; Lamp Black,
Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, Prussian Blue,
Burnt Umber, Chinese Vermillion, Copper Paint.
Potash, Concentrated Lye, Sal Soda, Glue, Putty, Chalk,
Black Lead, for sheaves; Tar. Pitch, Rosin, Oakum,
Pitch Mops, Flat Pai it Brushes, Round Paint Brushes,
Varnish Brashes, Whitewash Brushes, Marking Brushes,
Pencil Brushes, Stove Bnubes, Shoe Brashes.
Dust Brushes. Long Handled Tar Brushes, Flue Brushes,
Seam Brushes, Scrub Brushes. ash Tools,
Log Books, for 120. 210 and 360 days; 14-second Glasses,
Patent Lnga, Steel Shovels. Scoop thovels. Rubber Oilers,
Brass Oilers, Lamp Feeders. Lanterns, Side Lights, tin;
Side Lights, brass-, Fresnal Signal Lights, xinc;
FresnaT Signal Lights, brans; Cabin Lamps.
Lamp Wick, balls; Flat Wicks. d x.; Lamp Burners,
Lamp Chimneys, Cotton Waste, lbs.; Bath Brick,
Brown Sojp, Salt Water Soap, Cups and Saucers,
Tumblers, Knives and Forks. Spoons, Chopping Knives,
Chopping Trays, Sieves, Coffee Mills, Dust Pans,
Wash Basins, Mincing Knivt-s, Blubber Forks. Boat Boards
Boat Timbers. Boat Knees. Boat Nails, all sixes;
Mast Uicges, Steering Braces, etc.
Whaleboats, Whale Irons, Whale Lances,
Brand's Bomb Gun, Brand's Bomb Lances.
Perry Davis' Psin Killer, Pierce's Magnetic Truss.
Beef, Pork. Bread, Crackers, Preserved Meats, Fruits,
CALIFORNIA HAY, BRAN, OATS, &c.
A Full Line of Ship Stores and Groceries,
PRESERVED FRIT ITS, MEATS, SOUPS.
Ate, A-c- my24 BOLLES 4 CO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT. IN'CLCDINGi
Roast Beef, Boiled Beef. Roast Mutton, Boiled Muttoo,
Compressed Corned Beef, Pigs Feet. Lambs Tongues, Beer
Tongues, Tripe, Fish Chowder. Pork and Beans, Codfish
Balls. Ac-Ae. far gal by
jaV7fj BOLUS CO.
KATE IX QX'A.S-
Jf TiTIKS to s
Jan 11 U
CASTLE - COOKE
OREGON FLOUR !
FOR SALK' BY
CASTLE A. COOKE.
jn 11 tf
The Honolulu Book-Bindery.
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Tbe Work executed at this Establishment Is under the
supervision of AIR. JOHN L. Ktlw. who is well-known as
an experienced workman, and rsssst rurpasttd.
Work Done at Lowest Rates
WHIT.NET Av ROBERTSON,
Stationers, PabOsbers, 5ea-s Dealers and Book-Binders.
IltOA T RAILS,
(Jlirrlees, Talt Jt Watson's Sake ;)
MIRRLEES, TAIT & WATSON'S
FOR SALE BY
Something New Under the Sun !
M. J. ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting His Own Horn !
HAVIXG JtST Tl'RXEl) OUT A NEW
St vie of DCMP WAGON for the Waimnnalo Sapar Co.
No one to say one word about it. Sometbirg useful for Plan
tations It turns in less space than a two-wbeel x cart.
Width or hind Urea, 6 inches; front, 4 inches; built light, but
very strong. Tboae wishing to send in lare orders, and wish
them got out on time, would do well to do it immediately, or
tney must stand nacx ana wait Ibeir turn. tuhla
No. 66 Fort Street,
M. & N. PIANOS.
No. 66 Fort Street,
M. & H. ORGANS.
No. 66 Fort Street,
"WHEELER & WILSON."
" NEW HOME."
Nw. CO Fort Street,
PERFECT TYPE WRITERS,
ALARM MONEY DRAWERS,
Ji Ti 0
WOULD BEG BE VE TO INFORM II IS
friends and the public, that he has opened a Commo
dious Brick Work-shop on Fort Street, next to the Custom
House, where he will be found at all times prepared to do any
work in bis line, Either from Miip or Mi ore. He has
Received per Alice Reed,
From New York, a SELECT IN VOICE of
Carriage and Wagon Materials,
and is now prepared to uake any kind of Vehicle
required on these Islands.
He has on hand and to arrive, for sale cheap for cash,
Family Carriages, Open and Top Buggies,
Business Wagons, and the Celebrated BAIN WAGON a
first-class article for country use. Will give special attention
to the Manufacture of Ox and Mule Carts, Dump Wagons,
A-c. Having had expensive experience in the above line of
work, be can assure bis customers that lor any orders Uk
which they may favor him. they will bave a first-ciaaa article
at a moderate price. He will not be undersold oy any one.
Will keep on hand a good stock of Ox and Mule Cart and
Wagon Wheels. Ox Yokes, Chains, Tubular Iron Bows, Ac.
His motto is. with strict attention to business, " A Nimble Six
pence is Better than a Slow Shilling."
Your natronare is most respectfully solicited. All commu
nications by mail will be promptly acknowledged, ft 22 qr
A Perfect Sewing Machine.
The result of an immense outlay of money and years of
labor and experiments by the best mechanics to be found,
COM POSED OF
BUT TWELVE WORKING PARTS,
(Others require from thirty to forty), each part of
direct action, reducing friction to a minimum.
Simplicity, Strength, Durability,
Kate of Operation. Great Range of Work, combined,
CONSTITUTING THK ONLY
Pfrfftt. Complete &. FAl LTLESSSKWlXGMiCUIXE
ON THE FACE OF THK EARTH.
A SCIENTIFIC MECHANICAL TRIUMPH.
Pronounced by the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, (highest
authority in tbe U. S.)
'The best Feed e?er InTented for Sewing Mathlnes'
THE only positive success
IN A 1.1. DEPARTMENTS OF SEWING.
All lovers of progressive science and mechanical perfection
should see It, ard every lady in the land should examine and try
1" la. o HNT
Davis Vertical Feed
SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINE, before
deciding to purchase an inferior machine or a single thread
plaything without a tension.
AQEXT FOR TBS. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
BMCKuITMG n !
W. 40 FORT STREET. 1?
JUST TO HAND,
llll, I II 111 WATCHES,
DIAMONDS OF THE PUREST & FINEST KIND !
No Chipped or Ofl' Color Gooda all are Pure Braiilian Diumonds. The Finest Display of
G0HE.Au. STERLING SILVER WARE
Ever offered in this Market. Beware of Goods Stamped Coin Silver, which meant anything
from a Nickel to a Bad Peruvian Dollar. Such Goods can and are sold at anj price. 4 See that all
Silver Purcbaees are Stamped Sterling, or 925 Fine. AH Waltham Watches Guaranteed, and
Ladies, Gents and Boys Watches. Tho Trade Supplied Cheaper than anywhere outaido the Factory.
jyl2 3m M. M'lNERNY, Agent for theso Islands.
EIE3W tSOOESS! HEW iSOOEDEJ!
Ex Bark Moro Castle, 119 Days from Now York.
YE HAVE LARGE LINE OF DESIRADLE GOODS
wniola "77"lll Be JSJolcL
A.T LOW PEI C E S !
A rriITlf ' 1 f llllllpmrtlta
A III ltill ai l
uusn uooKs, cane hnlves, usne Hatchets, Uardtn Hoes, asst sises; Htrel and Iron Crow Bars, It oad Hers pers, Canal
Barrows, Wheel Barrows. Spades, r-hovels. Hay Porks. Trash Porks, Pending Forks, Coal hcoops, Buslt hcytbra and
Snathes, Grass Scythes, 6tel and Iron Rakes, Wood Ha Kakes. Post Hole Diggers, Concord II smes. Trace Chains,
Ox Bows, Pick Handles, Ax Handles', Pledge Handles, Planter's Hoe Handles, Oo Handles, Hay Cutters, Btone Ham
mers. Axes, Hatchets.
Mecliaiiic's Tools: "ES
Screws, Swedge Blocks, Vises, Anvils
III! lliwu 1I VlnrvMAa Door
lIlltdlVMlisii Door Locks, Pad Locks, Butts, Holts, Hcrews. Cut Nails, Wroutht
w aA fLa Nails. Finish Nail. Fnlkea. nlaln aiidlvM float N. II. T'.w.
Strap and Hinges, Hooks and Hinges, &c, Ac. .
""i Dcu ocrews, oca rssienings, ueo castors, counter Platform Scales, 2400 lbs; Platform Scales, U weigh from 400
to 2a00 lbs; Iron Pots, plain tinned and enameled lined; Sauce Pans, Enameled Preserve Kettles.
Full faille of Cranitc Iron Ware. :S!!S.'5.!!f5
Stone Polish. Washboarda, Chopping Trays. Bird Cages, Lawn Mowers, Bits and Ppurs. Wood fMirrops,' Kerosene Oil
Ptoves, Revolving Lawn Sprinklers, Carbolized and Cheap Hose 3-4 to 1 1-2 Inch; Leather Belting, Uinihsm Buckets
Yard Stable Brooms, House Brooms, '
'i l4Tsrn'ansa'raaT aTl I
m.-' .TCII V M M m
Priced Lanterns, Brans Lanterns, Fish Globes. A
Nickle-plated and Biass Student Lamps,
ZlilllalLjIBJG-I-liirvI .iS Co.,
37 Fort Street, Honolulu.
The Fine Iron Clipper Ship Gleniffer
A FULL ASSORTIVl r OF ENGLISH PLAIN
MtY GOODS, tOTTOIS, W00LLES,
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s Ale and Porter,
Wines and Spirits,
Iron of All Kinds,
Roofing, T Rails,
Clarifiers, Etc., Etc.
THEO. II. DAVIES.
A KRAFT & SONS,
OPTICIAN S !
MA NIFACTIJRKKS OF JEWEI.RV AM
dealers in Watch-a an4 Watch Materials. We make the
business of Opticians a specialty. Hotel Street, a few doors
east of Fort Street, near lir. MrUrew's residence. Honolulu.
and 221 Brooce Street, New York. mvlO 6m
KEROSENE OIL. 'PRIDE OF THE WEST,'
rspilK Ml; II K.ST FIRE TEST IN THE
JL place, as p-r Government Certificate. 1 3 2 and tnr
spring WATER WH11E
of th'S Puperi-.r Oil
ust received by
BOLLES 4c CO.
THE REAL. ARTICLE OF
Chutney in quart Bottle, assorted.
BOLLES Ac Co.
al '70 For Sale by
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL,
HCBBl'CK'S PURE LEAD, H IT B BUCK'S
White Zinc Hubbock's Pale Boiled Oil. Boaum Bnirita
Turpentine. For Sals by
JlTB " BOLLES CO.
BOTH GOLD ,11 SILVER
.A. ISTew Lot Of :
And Wirimi, Open liufrgles, "unrhirffl Top Ruirgles, Ride Bar ftprlngl
Top Hull 's. F.iipl.c hpring Top ftuvgles, Mgtil Frcluhtor Delivery
Waitona. with Flint!, Pole i.nd llienk; carrying erpamly from 1300
to 2W0 tbs- These V thicks are all made ly
FIRST CLASS WORKMEN !
ISET MATERIAL and are WARRANTED to b strong and
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Ox Yokes. Chains, Pick
AXMIi Pick Mattocks. Uo's, Orub Hoes, Planter's Hoes,
Claw Hammers, Mason's Usmmers. Drill flaicmera.
mersand Sledges, Tyre Irons, blacksmith's Drills, Jack
Locks. Pad Locks
Carriage Springs, hair Patent Axles; Cart Axles, asst
'1k(hi A 4A Whela Hma and MilIa hhiu. II
A lBrS llne of Hand and fltand Lamps and Lamp Glasses.
Tiitinlur l.inl.rni Tnhnl.i SI. I. D.il U At . '
full line of Chand-llers, newest and best patterns. Hauain
and many oilier goods too numerous to mention.
jr. istott & co.,
HAVE JTST RECEIVED EX LATE ARRIVALS,
STOVES & RANGES
The Most Complete Assortment,
LARGEST RANGE OF PRICES!
TO I! K FOUND IS
TIN & JAPANNED WARE,
Pumps, a large assortment; Kitchen Rinks, Door MaU.
Haw Cotters. llo;s. Water Closets and Cast IroS Boil or
Waste P.pea, lard Broom. Kiencll. Marking. Dust and
Wh.sit Brushes. Nests Wood.;n ft Oalv'd Tubs ft Buckets,
warden Rakes. Tin Ware. Japanned Ware, a full asortm'tt
Ox lofces and Bows. Ines A Clements Planter's Hoee.
mT? ? hat.k.t Picks, Pick A Ho Handle.,
Ilors- and Mule Collars, Trace Chains,
Cane Knives, WhlnV-trees.Mrindst'.nes mount.-d on frames
Am-s hhovels. Hpades. asorted; Plaotatioo Bells,
Trash. Hay and Manure Porkes.
PLOWS. Steel and Iron,
Cultivator, Knox's Horse Floes, Hinge A Rotary Harrow,,
ralrhank a Platform and Counter Ccales, Boring Machloes.
Iron Axl-s for Ox Carts. 2 to 3 Inubes;
lluhs. Fellows and Spokes, assorted sites; Stocks and Die
S?"1. ""'ted; Sah Weights. Portable Forges.
Wheel Barrows, lawn Mowers, I Inion's Piles,
Cylinder and Thermometer Churns. Kerosene Clove,. Tin
ned Tacks 8 to 24 os.; Chopping Trays. Hani's and Crosa
mn s Handle Axes an I Hatchets. Pica Mattocks, Long Cut
ter do.. Adzes. Broad Hatchets. Orub Hoes, Hide roller. Hay
Cutler. Koad Bern pers. Frnce Wire, cllerf .n.l ann..i..i. n.i
vanlzed Corrupted KooBng. Galvanised Water Pipe. Is J In t
Sheet Iron. Rhni nnnn.. .n .:.... t" . - -'
,. . 1 1" t oauCTpaua, cure
SP EC I A I.. -Having a force of Workman
we are prepared to uo work in
TIX. COPPER nad SHEET IRON.
At lowest poa.-II.le rates. Parties in need of work dona iu this
Una, -II do well to give us a call. We shall ba pleased i t"
give Estimate, on Work and Guarantee It to at.nA ih.
Steam or Aenaa
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J. NCTT A Co.
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