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FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1885.
OCEANIC S. G. CO.
FOi; SAN FltAKdSCO.
Alameda Loaves Honolulu, May 1
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, May IS
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
I'Oll AUCkLlXt) AM) BVIIMUY:
Stun- City of Sydney April 18
rou sax niANcisco.
Stmr Zoalandla May 10
Si-hr Mary Foster from Wuimca
Stmr .Ins Mukce for Kauai
Stmr Iwalanl for Hnuuikun
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr AValelm for Koloa
Stmr Kllnuea Hon for YVitid port.
Schr Emma for Wnlanue
VESSELS IN PORT.
.Steam llktno Morning Star, II ray
Ship Imperator, llolx
Brig Alllc liowo, Holland
S S Alameda, Morse
Bgtnc.Claus Spicckcls, Diew
From S F per bgtno Clans SpicckcN
April 211-Mh Lydgate, Mr Murray.
The hrlg XV II Meyer left S F on Apr
2nd for this port; April !!, -hi- Emma
Claudliin left SF for Ililo; the lik FS
Thompson left S F on April 8 for Kaliu
lul; April S, brig J D Spicckcls left S F
for Honolulu; April 11, bk XV II Dl
mondleftSF for Honolulu; April 1"),
bks Forest Queen and Mary Vlnkleinan
for this port.
Arrival-, at S F Apiil 2, bark FS
Thompson from Kalmlui. Apiil 4th, bk
I) C Jim-ray from Honolulu. Apr -4th.
bkt XV II Dimond fiom Honolulu. April
Glh, bktMaiy AVlnkleinan from ICaliu
lui, Apr 8th, stmr Alameda fiom Hono
lulu, Apr 1-lth, bkt Emuka from Hono
lulu, Apr 1 1th, brig XV O Irwin from
Honolulu, Apr 1-lth, bk Meteor from
The bgtno Clans Spreekels, Capt
Drew, arrived lat evening 2S days fiom
S F with a general cargo. She had
light head winds all the way. She is
docked at the O S S whaif and is con
signed to Invin & Co.
The Allie Rowo will be lowered fiom
the marine railway on Monday next to
allow the Kinau to go up and be cleaned.
The tug Pole is being tcraped and re
painted, and fiom all appearances she
will soon abandon the Rotten Row. Her
fntuio duty i not yet known, but --he
might in eaec of war between England
it Russia, mount a Galling gun at her
bow and net as a safeguaid to the
British commerce in these part".
Schr Mary Foster brought l.:Ul bags
of sugar fro"m Waim.ea.
Stmr Kilauea Hon sails to-mnnow
evening at .1 o'clock.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A oooi) hoisc, buggy and harness
are advcitiscd for sale.
Honx will have hot buns ready
to-morrow as usual.
The Y. M. C. A. arithmetic class
meets this evening at C.30 o'clock.
A biiiPMASTr.n's story about flog
ging will be found on our fourth
Miniums and mirror plates, with
or without frames, at King Bros.'
Art Store. 1003 3t
Rosi:dau: at the matinee to-morrow
afternoon and Uncle Tom's
Cabin in the evening.
A mixtixr of Hawaiian Council,
No. C8D, will bo held at Harmony
Hall this evenimr at 7 :30 o'clock.
Camioknia. cherries 50 cents per
pound at the California Produce
Company. 1003 2t
Is nnothcr column will be found
. a new advertisement of F. Horn, the
Hotel street baker and confectioner.
A Mi:i:TiNft of the ofllcers of the
Hawaiian Agricultural Society will
be held this evening at the British
To-MOititow is Si. Maik's day.
Special services will be held in St.
Andrew's Cathedral at.G.30 a. si.
and 11 a. si.
Tin: Yosemito bknting rink is
closed to permit of the work of en
largement being completed. Due
notice will be given of the ic-open-ig.
If you want a nice fahoo, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuiumu street- 980. tf.
Tin: members of the Honolulu
Rifles aro notified that a special
meeting will be held at the Armory
to-morrow' evening at 7.30 o'clock
Tun Royal Hawaiian Band gives a
moonlight concert at Emma Square
this evening, and also the usual con
ceit to-morrow afternoon at ! ;30
All pupils, especially beginners,
arc requested to bo present next
Monday morning at the Fort Street
school, at the beginning of tho sum
Now Is tlio time to liavo your
magazines, old books nnd newspapers
bound in good style at A. II. Rnsc-
inann's Rook-bintlery, Gazette Mock.
O.s Tuesday next Lyons & Levey
will sell the entire household furniture
of Capt. Macdonald, No. 5 Welling
ton plnco, School street.
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will hold their regular
monthly meeting on board the Morn
ing Star to-morrow evening nt 7:30
Tin: tug l'elc is being renovated
and has had her funnel painted red.
Wonder whether she has been pur
chased by the English or Russian
Pki:itv near everybody in town is
going to see Uncle Tom's Cabin at
the Music Hall to-morrow evening.
Secure your scats in advaucc at
Tun streets of the city present a
very creditable appearance at the
present time, owing to the thorough
cleaning they have had by gangs of
In a rille shooting match yester
day, at the Casino, between Messrs.
Higgins and Ungcr, the former won
with a score of 211 out of a possible
250, against his opponent's 207.
At 12 o'clock noon to-morrow, in
the stone building lately occupied
by the Hawaiian newspaper, will be
sold all the plant, including three
presses, type, safe, stands, stones,
desks, stationery, etc.
To-day, in the Supreme Court, the
appeal of J. M. Hcring from Com
missioners to assess damages, is be
ing heard before a foreign jury. It
will probably not be concluded until
late in the afternoon.
Call early at California Produce
Co., 73 Hotel street, and sample
their Point Reyes Fresh Roll Butter,
a new article. 1004 It
Mr.ssns. Lyons & Levey will sell
this evening at the store lately oc
cupied by Samuel Nott, Fort street,
at 7 o'clock, a fine collection of fans,
vailed ware, vases, ornaments, din
ner services, baskets, toys, ink
stands, brackets, etc.
Mr.ssns. C. Bolte and Phil. Opfcr
gclt have been appointed assignees
of the estates of Chang Hung and
Kwong On Tai Co., and give, notice
to all persons to present their claims
and those indebted to make imme
The San Francisco Dramatic
Company will give Uncle Tom's
Cabin on Saturday evening at the
Music Hall, when there should be a
crowded audience present. There
will be a grand matinee performance
for ladies and children in the after
noon at 2 o'clock.
Sosic of the hack drivers should
be a little more careful in the manner
thev drive home their patrons from
the Music Hall. There is no
of going at a breakneck pace,
evening two or three persons
nearly run over at the corner of
Richard and King streets through
Yesterday afternoon Coroner Day
ton held an inquest at the Police
Court before six native jurymen to
determine the cause of the death of
the girl Akalii, who died at the
Queen's Hospital Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. G. L. Fitch was sworn and
stated he was called to the girl first
on Monday night between 9 and 10
o'clock. Her left leg was fractured
just above the ankle, and gangrene
was already extended half-way to
the knee. He told those in attend
ance she must be taken 'to the hos
pital. He went to Dr. McKibbin
and obtained admittance for her,
and she was carried to the hospital
about half-past ten o'clock. Saw
her again the next morning at the
hospital, tho gangrene had extended
about three inches above the knee.
At one o'clock it had reached nearly
to the body. Did not sec her after
wards. Thomas Davis testified that the
horse she was thrown from belonged
to him. It was tame and not a bad
animal. I knew her, that is why I
let her have it.
Kahunkai stated he picked tho
deceased up after falling from the
horse, put her in an express, and
drove her to Dr. Brodie's oHlcc.
The doctor was not in, so he took
Dr. Robt. McKibbin, sworn, said:
Dr. Fitch came to him about the
woman and ho gave an order for her
admission into the hospital, and she
was brought there between half-past
ten anil eleven o clock Monday even
ing. Mortification had then ex
tended nearly to the knee. At six
o'clock next morning it was above
tho knee, at 12 o'clock up to the
thigh. At that time told her par
ents there was no hope for her.
She died at 4 o'clock in the after
noon of gangrene. The mortifica
tion was caused in my opinion by
the leg being too tightly bandaged.
Tho girl told mo herself it was
bandaged very tightly. If they had
left the leg alone the girl would liavo
been alive yet. I believe when she (
was fif3t picked up, it was a simplo
fracture. She was in too weak a
state to have boruo the operation of
amputation. In my opinion her
death was owiug to tight bandaging.
Hchiku slated ho was the foster
father of Pahcle, the younger sister
of deceased. She was brought to
my house. I got bouio brandy and
bathed the leg with it. I put a
loose flannel bandage around, and u
towel outside of that soaked with
brandy. Bathed it again several
limc3 next day. Did not send for a
doctor because tho girl was afraid.
Several other witnesses were called,
whose evidence was pretty much the
The jury found that the girl came
to her death by being thrown from
a horse, Saturday evening, Apiil
18th, breaking her left leg, and that
she died through the ignorance of
those attending Tier.
LAST NICHT'S SOCIABLE.
The entertainment and sociable
on board the Morning Star last even
ing was attended by about one
hundred and fifty persons, who cer
tainly had a very enjoyable time.
The attendance would have been
much larger had the weather been
more propitious. The exercises were
held between deck and consisted of
remarks by Capt. Bray and Rev.
Arthur Smith, which put everyone
present in good humor. Miss May
Dillingham gave a recitation, "Morn
ing Star ;" Miss Hall, of Punahou,
read "Robert of Sicily;" Miss
Carrie Castle played a piano solo,
and the Misses Dillingham and Jones
performed a duet on the piano.
After the exercises ice cream and
cake were served, and social inter
course ended a very pleasant even
ing. The sum realized amounted to
S61.75, which will be devoted to the
BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
The annual meeting of the above
society was held at the British Club
last evening, the President, Major
J. II. Wodehousc, in the chair. The
Vice-President, Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh ; Treasurer, Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn ; Secretary, Mr. J. A. Kennedy,
and quite a large number of mem
bers were present. After the
minutes of the last meeting had been
read, the Secretary and the Treasur
er presented their reports, which
were accepted. A vote of thanks
was passed to the ball committee of
last year and they were discharged.
The election of olllcers was next
proceeded with. The British Com
missioner, Major Wodehousc, re
mains, of course, President. Two
names were presented for Vice
President, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
and Mr. Theo. H. Davics. The
former received a majority of votes
and was re-elected. The Treasurer
and Secretary were re-elected by
acclamation. Several cases of re
lief were settled. It was decided to
celebrate Her Majesty Queen Victo
ria's birthday the same as last year,
with a ball in the Music Hall. As
the 24th of May falls on a Sunday,
the celebration will tafte place on
Monday evening the 25th. A com
mittee of nineteen was appointed to
make all the arrangements, with
power to add to their number. Mr.
J. S. Webb proposed a vote of
thanks to the retiring and re-elected
officers for past services, which was
acquiesced in by all present rising.
The meeting then adjourned.
LAST NIGHT'S PERFORMANCE.
"Rosedale" was performed in a
cenerallv acceptable manner at the
Music Ilall last evening, by the San
Francisco Dramatic Company. Mr.
W. Simras, as Bunbury Kobb, an
English squire of the old school,
elicited roars of laughter at every
appearance. His make-up was per
fect, and his acting superb. When
he emerged from Tabitba Stork's
closet with his face dyed in jam, a
rat-trap on one foot, a mouse-trap
engaging his finger, a flour-sifter or
something clinging to his ear, and a
miscellaneous lot of culinary ware in
his free band, the audience became
frantic with mirth. Miss Emma
Heath was no less thorough in her
impersonation of the stern house
keeper, Tabitha Stork, and every
time she came upon the stage she
was heartily applauded. The scene
between her and the squire, when
bhc took his offer of engagement for
a housekeeper as one for a wife, was
awfully funny in the precise signifi
cation of that term there was awf ill
ness in the woman's wrath, and there
wasludicrousnessin the squire's utter
discomfiture. Elliott Gray, the
gallant soldier, true friend, and
steady but stolid lover, was well
acted by Mr. E. T. Stetson. Ho
was impressive to a degree in the
tragic passages, and throughout
maintained that favor with the
audience which has been accorded
him from the opening night. Mr.
Francis Malcolm acted better than
he spoke the part of Col. Cavendish
May, as at times those n little way
fiom tho stage could only with dilli
culty make out what he said. Myles
McKennn, the unscrupulous rulllan,
was personated in good stylo by Mr.
J. P. Rutledge, although his utterance
would have befitted tho character
better if it had been less refined.
Mr. James R. Morrison seemed once
or twice to have been not too well
rend in his part as Matthew Leigh,
but, otherwise, acted witli faithful
ness to the character. Miss Minnie
Young as Lady Florence May, and
Miss 11. Ingham as Rose Leigh, did
their duties gracefully and well, their
elocution being charming an it al
ways is. The gypsey camp scenes
wero well performed by the company,
and a detachment of the King's
Own surprising the camp made a
rather striking diversion. Mention
of an introduction of local talent in
the person of Master Willie Ilerrick
must not be omitted. In the lolo
of Master Arthur Leigh he made a
decided hit, especially among his
young chums in the audience, and
his fun with Bunbury Kobb in the
ball-room scene closing tho play was
executed with all the nonchalance of
an old stager.
A desire variety that was doubtless
appreciated was introduced into the
The galleries were much too noisy
last evening, and patrons would be
grateful to the management if the
disorderly boys arc suppressed for
tho balance of the season. Mr.
Wiseman assures us that such will
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
When this establishment first
started it occupied one store, but
the increased patronage compelled
the management to enlargo, and
lately another addition has been
made by adding the storo formerly
occupied by Richardson & Co., and
which is given up entirely to cloth
ing and gentlemen's furnishing
goods. Every one of the depart
ments of this house is well tilled
with goods of the highest grade and
standard, at low prices. Nothing is
neglected or overlooked ; the assort
ments are complete in every parti
lar. Mr. Ehrlich, the manager, re
cently returned from the Coast with
a fine new stock of goods. A milli
nery department has been opened
with Miss Burke, an experienced
lady, in charge. Here may be found
.all the latest styles of ladies' and
children's hat, trimmed or un
trimraed. There arc some beautiful
sprays of flowers and tinsel ponpons,
plumes of most delicate shades,
velvets, satins, brocades, ribbons all
widths and shades, gold lace, etc.
Miss Burke is very busy filling
orders at the present time. A peep
at the show window on Fort street
is well worth the while. In the dry
goods department, paiticular atten
tion is called to a new line of lace
curtains and lambrequins at low
prices. The clothing and gentle
men's department, presided over by
Mr. Goldberg, contains a splendid
line of goods. There is clothing for
men, youths and boys in allelic
latest styles. Straw, soft and stiff
bh.k and light colored hats. In
the furnishing line, neckwear of all
kinds, shirts including the well
known Standard make, fine under
wear, night shirts fit for a king,
collars, cuffs, handkerchiefs linen
and silk, driving gloves, suspenders,
also fine jewelry, perfumery, boots
and shoes, satchels, boys' polo caps,
smoking caps, etc., etc. A cordial
invitation is extended to all to in
spect this fine lot of new goods.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
To-morrow evening the Dramatic
Company will present Mrs. Harriet
Beecher Stowc's great mor.1l drama,
Uncle Tom's Cabin. Mr. Rutledge
will play Uncle Tom, Minnie Young
Topsy, Willie Siuims Marks, and a
little girl amateur will appear as Eva.
There will be the ice floe in the Ohio,
jubilee songs, plantation scenes, mel
odies by a band of native singers,
and grand tableaux. Remember
The case of Wa Leong ct al. vs.
Marshal Sopcr occupied the atten
tion of the Supreme Court all of
yesterday. It was a suit brought to
recover $1,000 damages to goods in
searching the plaintiffs' premises,
the latter claiming the warrant was
defective. It merely stated that tho
plaintiffs had opium in their posses
sion, the word "unlawfully" being
left out. The jury brought in a
verdict for plaintiffs for S31.20, the
value of the goods damaged in break
ing open boxes. A. S. Ilartwcll for
plaintiffs, the Attorney-General for
ODD FELLOWS' PICNIC.
Kxci:i.siok Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
celebrate the u'liih anniversary of the
Order, by holding a picnic at Sir.
Herbert's seaside residence, Wai
kiki, to-morrow afternoon. It pro
mises to be a grand success, weather
nermittiua. His Excellency W. M.
Gibson has kindly consented to allow
the Reformatory School Rand to
ploy on tho occasion. All members
of the order, their families and lady
friends are cordially invited to at
tend the picnic.
"What became of Rarabbas after
Pilate released him?" asked the
Sunday-school teacher. "Kept a
boarding-house in New Orleans,"
replied the smart bad boy, whose
father had just leturned from Mardl
Gras. Brooklyn Eagle.
Wo would advise all intending
purchasers of Solid Silver Ware to
call and examine the elegant display
of Gorham Sterling Silver Waro,
now on exhibition at store of M.
Mclnemy. This elegant lino of
Solid Silver is hard to beat in any
country, and we are surprised to
find such ;i variety of rk'h costly
articles in any store here. 1002 4t
Has just received per Mariposa some
more of those nice
Ruta Baga Turnips !
Gala Onions, Potatoes J. bbls and
Kegs Family Beef, yz bbfPIg Pork,
Kits and Tins Salmon Bellies, Gala
Rose Butter In B lb Tins.
Sugar Cured Smoked Boef I
Fresh and nice, by Hie pound or
piece. Hams, Bacon, Lard, Flour,
Uian, Wheat, Coin, Ground Barley,
Ucnuca, Small Hominy, Cheese,
Kanuck Maple Syrup !
Dried Peaches, Apples, Plums, Figs,
Scinch Tongues. Sclicpp's Dcssicat.
cd Cocoanut, itc.
ALSO, per Australia,
New Zealand. Potatoes !
(902 3v) King St.
A SITUATION by a young person to
do general house 'work and sewing
Address!:. A. this office. 1002 3t
NICELY Furnished Rooms well von.
tilatcd, at No. 110 King Street,
opposite the residence of C. T. Guliuk.
"TjmiEREAS All Hue of Kipahulu,
VV lias left for China, and given
charge of bis business to Wong Fook
and Kin Ue. and whereas said Ah Hue
is indebted to becr.il persons and made
no provision to pay Ids creditors, said
Wong Fook and Kin Uo have made an
assignment to Hyinan Bros, and G. Aio,
of the propci ty belonging to s-iid Ah
Hue for the bcncllt of all creditors.
All persons having any claim against
All Hue are requested to present them
duly specified to the undcisigncd nt the
office of Hyinan Bros, within ninety
days. HYMAN BROS.,
Honolulu. Apiil 21, 1S35. 1002 lm
STJPItKMK COURT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the Hankuipicy of J. II. BltUNS, Jn.
Before Mr. Justice McCully.
J. II. BRUNS. Ju., doing business In
Honolulu, Inland of Oahu, having this
day been adjudicated bankrupt on his
own petition. It ishcrcby ordered thatall
creditors of said bjukiupt come in and
prove their ck-.imr. before me, at my
Clumbers, in Honolulu, on
Wednesday, April 20, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a. in.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that upon said fiiid duy, the ciedilois
do proceed to hold an ELECTION
ol an assignee or assignees oi siid I ank
nipt estate, and that notice hereof be
published in the Daily P. C. Advertiser
and Daily Bulletin ncwp.ipers, from
the 22nd to ihe 20th of April, and in the
Hawaiian Gazette of April 'JOlh.
Dated Honolulu, April t!l, 1885.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Heniiy Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 1002 td
AN opportunity to go to work, by a
young man who U willing to
inuke liimelf generally useful. Is a
competent Book-keeper, sali-:man or
clerk. No objections to tho country,
can give cit- references. Enquire or
address .1. E. WISEMAN,
1000 Iw General Buslnc-s Ag-nt.
will not be
J. gives notice that he
responsible for anv debts contracted in
his name without his written order.
Y. AN IN.
Honolulu, April 15, 1885. 000 lm
fpiIE STORE lately occupied by
JL Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. F. Dillinoiiam.
Honolulu, April 1. 1885. 085 tf
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, having heard
X their brother, Y. ALAU, intends
marrying in this country, desire to in
form all concerned that ho Is engaged
to a woman in China. AH WA,
Honolulu, March 10th, 1R85. 073 gin
Buildiiiir Lots for Sale.
KVERAL building lots for sale or
rental hanainmu, near incMune-
luwni bridge, on tliu Eua side of tho
lanu leudlng to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Applv to W. O. ACH1,
Law otlicu of W. R. Castle. 837 tf
HTMIE HOUSE mm premises situated
JL in Nuuanu Valley, oppoHito the
Hovnl Mausoleum, belonging to
iccently occupied by Samuel Nott
part tun ars, apply u
' L. A. THURSTON,
MS Merchant St.
Honolulu.IaichJll, 18j5. Odil tf
ANY AND ALL PERSONS owning
Lots in Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
are lespcctfully requested to call at the
Olllco of the undeislgned, between the
hours of Si and l'J a. m., liom Friday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st May, 18S5, at
Treasurer Ooliu Cemetery Asi'n.
Honolulu, 17th April, 1685. 997 td
ON ACCOUNT of departure from
the Kingdom, all persons owing
mo nrc requested to make Immediate
payment to L. A. THURSTON, S8 Me
diant Street, who 1ms a full power of
attorney to transnet all bndncss for no
In my absence. lie is authorized to re
ceipt for all moneys due ma, and to en.
force payment of 'mpaid cnlm.
b A MULL NOTT.
Honolulu, Mmch 18, U3-!. lCl2m
A FINE dwelling lot of ovor
lour acr3 area on jsuuAnu
Avenue, adjoining F.A. Scliae.
fer's, Esq., with nnclent water
rights In addition to Govern.
ineni water privilege, well fenced and
improved. Apply to
JOHN 11. PATY,
or to .T. E. Wiseman, General Business
Agent. 08 lm
New York & 'Honolulu Packet
MESSRS. W. H.CROSSMAN
& BRO., 77 Broad street,
N. Y.. will despatch a flrit-
class vessel in this line, from.
Now York to Honolulu Direct,
on or about JUNE 15. Parties wishing
to avail themselves of thlB fine opportu.
nity should forward orders as early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, April 3, 1885. 880 lm
HOT BTJTVS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to the great demand for Hot
Cross lluns at Easter, aud by request of
ninny of my customcis, hereafter I shnll
HOT BUNS READY
for my customers
Every Saturday Afternoon.
Guaranteed as good as the Easter
Hot Crosi Buns. Leave your orders
Confectioner and Fancy liakcr, Hotel
Street. 902 lm
Risen from Hie Mm !
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY 1
MRS. LOVE desires to intimate to
her numerous old customers and
the public generally, that her bakery,
Destroyed ly Fire,
Has been restored in handsome, sub
stantial and convenient form. She Is
thereforo prepared to supply the largest
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the best quality, aud manufactured
by the most approved methods.
Everything in the line of a first-clasa
bakery will be carried on with greater
facility than before the fire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is also restored in more elegant style
than ever, and at rates that cannot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Stroot.
Honolulu, Dec. 12, 1881. 892
C. BREWER & CO.
OJDLei- for Sale
LIST OF MERCHANDISE,
Ex Top Carriages.
STEAM C OAL.
Com. Wood Chairs,
Fine Molasses Sbooks,
Ice Chests, Nos, 2, 3. and fl,
Lobsters, lib tus; BeuiiH,31btna
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Fairbanks Scales, Nos. 7,8,10 &11J4
Centrifugal Lining, 14 inch;
Comp. Nails, lJJ, l.H inch.
Manila Cordage, Assorted;
Galvauizcd Fence Staples,
FARMERS BOILERS 20 AUD 25 GALLS,;
Sisal Rope, Assorted,
10, 18,?0,!i3, 24 and 28 or. j
air Mattresses !
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
Wire, Hcilncd Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE, JS
Galvanized Screws aud Washcrv. . "HsB