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FRIDAY, MAV Ifi, 188.'..
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I,cics Honolulu, .Muv 15
. .Leuwi Honolulu. Jump 1
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
I'OU AUOKLANIt AMI SVIlNl.V-
Stun Atistrnli.i Aliiv
run sn riiANcisco.
Stmr City of Sydney Juno 7
Stnir Kiliiuca lion fioiii Windward polls
Sclir I'oliolkl fioiu IColmlti
Sclir Cutcrin.i fiom Haiialci
Ilk Ceylon from Dcpniturc Hay
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sehr Gpii Slogle for S S Island
Stmr C K Bishop for Kauai via Wala-
nno mill AVaialua
Sclir Halcakahi for Fcpcekco
Sclir Catorlna for Hmialct
Sclir l'ohoikl for Ivohala
VESSELS IN PORT,
tfk T H Foster, Rugg
Ilk Forest Queen, NelMon
Ilk Memlota, Nash
Tern llculah, AVilon
Uktue Ktiroka, Leo
II I KM SSDjIghlt
Ilk Ceylon, Barstow
For .S V per Mmr Maiipoa, May 15
Cabin. Mis V AV Bartlett, Mis A Hal
steaa, Mrs EAVD.ivey, Miss E C Har
ris. A Park, Hcnrv Hinder. .T S Winter,
XelouI AVulto, RcvRAVuinwiight &
wife, Miss A Webber, E C 2Inef.iil.ine.
I)r Inglcsen. Miss Helen Houston, Mt
J II Maynnrd, Jin J M Oat .Tr, W M
Scribncr and vife,FMalconi, AV Slunns,
Stetson & wife, Miss II Potwln. G
Ballon and wife, Or W J Cross & wife,
Miss A 1$ Shed, Tbos Young. AV A
Stephens and seivant, EDc Ilnusen, Ah
Young and wife, Rev C Sutton, Master
Chas Peer. Col Peter Donohtic & wife",
Ex Gov Downey and servant, Col C
Sprcckels and Inmlly, Mrs Dargie.
Steeuace C Hine", C A Cooke. F
AViggers, Con Chnng, .1 Hansen, Jim
Hlng, J Grahiini, A Petri and wife, H
Lursbcn.'M Mian and family, T Andcr
son. 1) AVccbber and family, .T F Ferry,
J AV Brown. T Sehwaiting, .r Malebau,
II Schmidt, wife and daughter, O Horse,
.TF Briiggermanii. C Sprcy, wife and 2
children, M Costa and wife, II I) Shaw,
It Rantenborg, E Boose, II llayedorn,
wife and C children, Mi s E Houghton,
AVPoiter, .TFDoCosta and son, AV T
Tourney, S S Bray, F do Silva, wife &
2 children, Mrs CSheiry, J F Bishop.
,T Francis, ,T Daidcn.Ueo Sawyer, AV
AV Hammerlv, J Koiu, 31 Xchon, .r
Xorby. AV Vllphen. Sui Kui, J John
son, wife and child, II Luuivaldt, J
Ancrson, AAr T Kogosberry, J .lohnson.
Stmr Kihuiea Hon brought 'J,S;57 bags
of sugar. 120 head of cattle and -1 bales
Tbe Gen Siegeljsalls to-inouow at 10
o'clock a in. ' "
Capt A Lovell will lake the schooner
Mana on a trading voyage to the S S
Islands. Shu will leave bcre on or about
tho 10th of June.
Tbe Memlota bus finished discharg
ing. She will load for S F.
Stmr C It Bishop sails to-morrow at
S o'clock a m.
Stmr Iwalanl sails this afternoon at
I o'clock for Haniakua.
Sclir Haleakala brought 1-100 hags of
sugar, the Vohoikl 929, and the Caterina
Tbe S S Mariposa sailed at noon this
day for S F. She took 11.180 bags of
sugar shipped bv Irwin & Co, 2,070 by
Castle & Cooke, 72S by AVidemann, 358
bv Phillips & Co, 2,837 by Grlnbaum &
Co, 7,011 by T H Davie & Co, and 079
by Schacfcr & Co. Total sugar, 35.324
bags. Shu also took 085 bags of rice,
2,029 hunches of bananas, 11 boxes of
lcaucs, 219 bdls of green hides, 00 dry
hides, 11 pales of sheep skins, 21 bdls
of goat skins. 1 piano, 1 organ & 1 bag
of coin, (gold $900, silver 471.85). To
tal domestic value 8200,004.04.
The SS Mariposa took 122 passengeis.
At Honolulu, May 1 Ith,
J. Ascli, a bon.
to the wife of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Y. M. C. A. arithmetic class
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Quekn street seems to be a popu
lar resort with the Russian man-of-war's
Tin: secretary of the Pacific Hose
Co. wishes the members would not
forget their dues.
At this time of tho year the early
arrival of the P. M. S. S. Australia
may be looked for.
Theui: is going to be nn excur
sion on the 2 ltli of this month to
Camp Cummings, Pearl River.
Tin: Hawaiian Roll Telephone
Company is distributing a new card
for the benefit of its subscribers.
A mixtino of Polynesian En
campment will bo held this evening
nt the usual time and place.
Tm: first of the series of tho Montague-Turner
concerts will bo given
next Monday evening at Music Hall.
Tin: sale yesterday of articles and
curios belonging to tho estate of the
late Hon. Mrs. Ribbon realized about
Tin: Central Park bleating rink
will be open this evening as usual
and there will bo plenty of good
Tun fair anil fostlvnl for tho bono-
fit of Kawnlnlino Seminary will not
take place till next week, .Saturday,
Pntsniivi. your magazines, music
and old books by having tlicm neatly
bound bv A. II. RiWcinnnti, Gazelle
HuUtling. 1021 lw
.Just iceeived per Mnilposa a lurgc
.lot of picture and cornice mould
ing, new style and patterns. King
Bios.' Ait. Store. 1021 3t
Tin: Comrades of the Geo. AY.
Do Long Post, G. A. P., will find n
notice in another column which re
quires to bo perused.
Ir you want n nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or. ntvy kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 080. tf.
The silkworms and cocons on ex
hibition in Mr. J. K. Wiseman's ofllce
window on Merchant street attract
much attention throughout the day.
. . .
The various Companies of the
Honolulu Fire Department will find
notices in another column, respecting
their attendance at the funeral of the
late Dowager Queen Emma.
In the bankruptcy of Kwong Yee
Sing Co., claims have been proved
amounting to 87,91)5.7.1. T. F. Lan
sing and Mow Kcong were elected
assignees, under a bond of 81,500.
llox. J. S. AVinter, of Galesburg
111., returned to bis home by the
Maiiposa, after making a very pleas
ant visit of four months with bis
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Hendry.
Tr.Niir.ns for the purchase of the
machinery, buildings and lease of
the shop of J. II. Bruns, Jr., bank
rupt, will be received by the assignee,
Hon. AV. C. Parke, until four o'clock
Fkom the Hon. II. M. Whitney,
Post-master General, we have re
ceived -the time table showing the
arrival and departure of contract
mail steamers for New Zealand. It
is neatly gotten up and very com
prehensive. Tin: laigcst shippers of sugar by
thc Mariposa were AAr. G. Irwin &
Co., 11.18G bags; C. Brewer & Co.,
0,82.1 bags; T. II. Davies & Co.,
7, Gil bags; M. S.Grinbaum & Co.,
2,837 bags; Castle and Cooke 2,070
Just arrived per Mariposa, for the
Union Feed Co., 1,200 bags fine and
coarse bran, 500 bags barley, 200
bags rolled barley, 125 bags boiled
linseed meal (new process), 50 bags
oil cake meal, 50 bags middlings.
A (jaxu of prisoners are repairing
the damage done to the road at the
second bridge, Nuuanu Valley road.
Foundations are being dug and a
large solifl stone wall will be built,
thus preventing a repetition of what
took place during the late rain
storm. Tins morning His Excellency J.
O Dominis, Governor of Oaliu, paid
an official visit to II. I. R. M.'s
Djighit, and was received with the
usual salute on arriving and leaving
the vessel. Major J. D. Holt, Jr.,
of the Governor's staff, was in
Tin: Post-olllcc despatched by the
Mariposa this noon, 2,344 letters and
720 papers, all of which were de
posited at the office since Thursday
morning. The total amount of for
eign mail sent by the office, since
AVednesday noon is 4,37-1 letters and
The case of Liming vs. Lederer
and Rosenberg occupied the atten
tion of the Civil Court the whole of
yesterda' afternoon. At 4 o'clock,
after all the evidence was in, an
adjournment took place until to
morrow morning, when the closing
arguments will be hcaid.
The Mariposa left her dock soon
after noon. The scene on deck half
an hour previous to her departure
was a gay one, and nearly all the
departing passengers were covered
more or less with beautiful leis.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand with its
fine music was much missed.
Tins morning, His Majesty the
King entertained at breakfast, II. R.
II. Princess Liliuokalani, Mrs. AV.
E. Dargie, Major E. AV. Purvis,
vice-Chamberlain, Hon. and Mrs.
Frank Brown, and Hon. Cecil Brown.
Mrs. Dnrgie left by the Mariposa
for Iter home in Oakland, California.
Mnssns. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular weekly cash sale to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock, when
amongst other things will be sold,
dry goods, clothing, fresh groceries,
buggy harness and household fur-
nituie, and at 12 o'clock noon, a
four-horse Baxter engine,
new mid iu splendid order.
Tin: annual meeting of the Ladies'
Benevolent Society was held yester
day afternoon, when tho following
olllcers were elected for the ensuing
yenrt President, Mrs. AV. F. Allen j
Vice-President, Mrs. J. A. Cni7.au;
Treasurer, Mra. V. 0. Jones, Jr. ;
Secretary, Mra. AV. W. Hall. In
the evening a sociable was held,
which was n delightfully pleasant
affair. After several instrumental
bPlcetions and readings, refreshments
were set veil.
Messrs. Bishop & Co. have, after
numerous requests, decided to re
open their Savings Rank department,
and are prepared to receive money
upon the following terms :
On sums of Five Hundred Dol
lars or under, from one person, they
will pay interest at the rate of live
percent, per milium, from date of
receipt, on all sums that shall have
remained on deposit three months,
or have been on deposit three months
at the time of making up the yearly
accounts. No interest will be com
puted on fractions of dollars or for
fractions of a month.
No interest will be allowed on
money withdrawn within 3 months
from date of deposit.
Thirty days' notice must be given
at the Rank of an intention to with
draw any money ; and the deposi
tor's pass-book must be prodHccd at
the same time.
No money will be paid except
upon the draft of the depositor,
accompanied by the proper pass
book. On the first day of September of
each year, the accounts will be made
up, and interest on all sums that
shall have remained on deposit three
months or more, and unpaid, will be
credited to the depositors, and from
that date form part of the principal-.
Sums of more than Five Hundred
Dollars will be received, subject to
THAT HURDLE RACE.
About two hundred persons at
tended at the Central Park skating
rink last evening to witness the one
mile hurdle race for which Mr,
Smith, the proprietor, off cred money
prizes. Six hurdles eighteen inches
high were placed on the course, and
the contestants had to jump over
them. The entries numbered eight?
as follows: Albert Shubcrt, William
Mover, AValter Rrajr, John Spencer,
George Huddy, Geo. Brims, Ah
Ming and Eugene Darling. After
starting Bray took the lead, Shubcrt
second place, Bruns third. On the
0th lap Mover took first place.
When on the eighteenth lap he
knocked a hurdle down, and Bruns
followed suit on the nineteenth lap
by knocking two down. The result
of the race was: Mover, 1st prize,
85 ; Bruns, 2nd, 82.50. The event
caused much amusement.
PRESENTATION OF D00KS.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN!
This is to certify that at the session
of Excelsior Lodge, May 12th, a lot of
book, formerly the propcity of T. F.
Kennedy, were presented to our library.
A vote of thanks was tendered to all
that participated in this generous dona
tion. M. X. Kennedy,
. Recording Secretary,
The above is the result of a case
that came up in the Civil Court on
Monday morning, by which an at
tempt was made by certain parties
to obtain possession of private pro
perty of a bankrupt estate. Tbis
catching the cars of the assignee,
Mr. AV. F. Reynolds, he imme
diately stopped such proceedings
and compelled the parties to present
the books in question to the library
of the Oddfellows for the benefit of
all the brethren, forever.
The Post-olllce will close the mails
for Australia at 12 o'clock noon, of
Saturday, and send them on board
by the pilot's boat, whenever the
steamer may be signalled, da' or
night. Should the Australia come
inside the harbor, a .supplemental
mail will be made up, and sent on
board before the hour of departure.
Correspondents who wisli to make
sure of their despatches, should post
them to-morrow morning. The
Australia is due any time after noon
After undergoing extensive altera
tions the Yosemite skating rink will
be re-opened to the public this even
ing. It has been enlarged to twice
its original size and so arranged
tiiat tho whole of the surface can be
used by skaters, A ladies' dressing
room has been added, a stand for
the band, and a row. of beats placed
round the building, on one side a
double row. Tho interior will be
decorated with Hawaiian and Ame
rican Hags and evergreens, and a
big crowd is expected this evening.
Grand march at 8 o'clock.
A SAD STORY.
A few months ago there came to
these Islands, from his home in
Philadelphia, a young man named
Mr. G. J. Klicn. His object was to
secure the benefit of the climate, his
health being broken down. After a
bhort btay he felt that what little
strength he had was fast leaving
him. Therefore, wishing to be at
least within telegraphic communica
tion with his people, he took his de-
pfirturo on tho flOtli of March last
for San Francisco, b, tho barken
tine Discovery. Hut, nhis, lie was
never fated to reach the Coasl, for
on the lmlt of Aptil he died mid
was buried at sea. During his visit
here, Mr. Klicn was a guest of Mr.
Smith, of tho Temple of Fashion.
THE TWO ORPHANS.
Last eveutng the San Francisco
Dramatic Company rendeied in u
very acceptable iiuinner the above
line piny to a rather good audience.
The leading characters were well
sustained. Tills noon the company
left by the Mariposa for San Fran
cisco, with thu exception of Mr. J.
P. Rutlcdge, who remains over pro
bably two steamers. During the
stay of this company in our city
they have won many friends by their
quiet dispositions, and they have
worked hard to give us a good series
of sterling plays. It is to be regret
ted they hnvc not met with better
success financially. AVe wish them
a pleasant voyage.
Joe Moran was charged with the
larceny of a watch, valued nt 810,
the property of Frank Fisher. He
was remanded. Mr. Russell ap
peared for him. James Caswell was
charged with assault and battery on
a young Portuguese girl. He was
also remanded. Mr. Russell appeared
Naiwe forfeited bail of S12 for
drunkenness. Young Mow was fined
82 and costs for carrying more
passengers in his express than
licensed to. When arrested there
were five Chinamen in the wagon
besides himself. Sing Chew was
charged with selling liquor at retail
on Sunday, May 10, without a
license, contrary to Section 23,
Chapter 44, laws of 1880. Messrs.
A. S. Hartwcll and AVhiting appear
ed for defendant. The hearing of
this case attracted a crowded Court
of Chinamen. It appears a China
man ds the name of Ah Loy went to
the store where the defendant is
clerk, and bought a bottle of liquor
spirits from him, paying $1.15 for
it. A native policeman took it from
him and the bottle was produced in
Court. The examination and cross
examination of this witness was
very lengthy. At 12 o'clock a re
cess was taken until 1.30, and the
case is still proceeding as we go to
ENC0URACE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mn. J. AV. Hingley, former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
No. 50 Fort street, and more re
cently at No. 84, King street, is now
established at the Central Park Skat
ing Rink, where he keeps a fine as
sortment of choice cigars and to
bacco, and furnishes n delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Hingley,
also, has re-commenced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residence on Rcretania
street, second door from Alapai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas E. AVall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. GO,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 310, Central Park
Skating Rink,- will receive prompt
attention. 1010 lm
King Bros., Importers and Dcnl
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, etc.,
etc., have moved to their new and
commodious store, Hotel street,1
corner Union, where we will be
pleased to meet our old patrons and
the public. Cornices and Picture
Frames a specialty. All we ask is a
trial. 1021 2w
A VENERABLE BOOK.
The old chained Bible of Canter
bury Cathedral, which lias for so
many years been preserved in the
cathedral library, is now undergoing
renovation, Dean Payne Smith and
the Bishop of Dover contemplating
its replacement in its original posi
tion upon what is known as Crnn
incr'g desk, in the northeast aisle of
tho cathedral. The book is one of
largo size and considerable weight
and would appear to have undergone
very rough usage, probably at the
time of the Rebellion. A careful
examination shows that the cover
must then have been torn off, the
strength of at least three men having
been, it is thought, necessary to have
wrenched asunder the five thongs
with which it was fastened. It is
one of those known ns the second
edition of Cranmer's Bible and con
tains two very fine engravings, one
of the Earl of Leicester and the
other of Lord Burleigh. The former
portrait was very much obliterated,
but the old paper and lines have
been restored with great care and
success. The clasps and chain
fastening have also been torn from
The Spanish caithqunkes are said
to have had a rcmarkablo curative
effect. During the shaking at Malaga
most of the sick people foigot their
diseases and took to the open air.
The change agreed -ith them so well
that only a few have returned to the
Klqycii miners were entombed by
a snow-slldo nt Knglc River, ( olo
indo, on the 21th of April, dold
mining is mi exceptional!) dnngcr
ous though fascinating employment.
I'llOGKAJtM J i.
1'lnnoforto Duel Mnrchc Henrique
' ... Schubert
Miss O. CaMlo ifc Mr. O. h. 11.1 brook.
Song The Last Watch l'insutl
.Mr. Chiirlcs Turner.
Part Song Arrow it tlio Song..AV. Hay
Ballad Slug Sweet Bird Giinz
Mis Anins Moiitacue.
Allegro from Sonata In K.jTIauo and
Mr. J.AV. Ynrndley & O.I.. H.ibrock.
Part Song May Mendelssohn
Grand Aila Ombua Lcggiera Diuor.ih,
Miss Aniiis Montague.
Christmas Song Noel Aihini
Mr. Clinilos Turner.
Violin Solo Moiceux do Salon
Mr. J. AV. Ya mil ley.
Iiilcriiilsslon TVn Minutes.
Concluding with a selection (in co.
tume) from Dotii.cttl's Romantic Opera
Lucia di Lammermoor.
Scene 1 Lucia and Alice Legend of
the Haunted Fountain.
Setne 2 Edgar and Lucia. Grand
Duo and Finale.
Lucia Miss AnnU Montague
Alico Miss Bertha Aron Holt
Edgar of llavcnswood. . . .Mr. C. Turner
CSTllox I'lan now open at J. E. AVisc
niati's for season or separate tickets.
.The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for salo immediately after publica
tion, at the following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Morchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Street;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel St.
HOUSE TO LET.
CtORXEK Punchbowl and Rcretania
I Streets, llctit low. For further
particuhus, enquire of
1017 lw AVEST, DOAV As CO.
"VflCELY Furnished Rooms, well veil.
1 lilited, at No. 110 King Street,
opposite the residence of C. T. Gulick.
ALL persons having any bills against
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolaui will
please piesunt them, on or biforc tbe
10th Inst. Address lo
MltS. LYMAN SAVAN,
1014 td Posi-Ofllce.
THE HOUSE mid prcmUei, situated
in Nuuanu Aralley, opposite tbe
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to and
recently occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON.
:5S Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 31, 183. 981! tf
AT a meeting of the Stockholders of
the Hawaiian Stone Co. held on
Tuesday, tbe 12th day of May, 188!J,
tbe following olllcers were dul v elected :
Richard F. Ilickcrtoi President
Samuel C. Allen Treasurer
AValter D. McRrvde Secretary
20 lw WALTER D. McKRYDE, Sec'y.
SUrUKMK COVKT of ibe Ha.
vaiian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of CHONG FAT. Be
fore.Iudd. C. .1.
Chong Fat, doing business in Niulii,
North Kohnld, Hawaii, having this day
been adjudicated bankrupt on the peti
tion of Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co., it is
hereby ordered that all creditors of mid
bankrupt come in and prove their claims
uciore me, at my UJiuinuci?, in Hono
TncNdny, Mny 1, 1883,
at 10 o'clock a. in.,
And it is further orduieri that upon
said day thu creditors do proceed to hold
the ELECTION of an assignee or as
signees, of said bankrupt estate, nod that
notice hereof be published three times
iu the Daii.v Bui.i.ktin and one time
in the Hawaiian Gazette newspapers.
Dated Honolulu, April 21, 183.5.
A. 1 JUDD.
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Hi:nhv Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 20 ilt
SlJlMCItflK COUKT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
tbe Bankruptcy of KWONG SAM CHIN
COMPANY. Befoie Mr. Justice Mc.
Kwong Sun Cliln Co., doing business)
In Lmipiiliochoe, Island of Hawaii, hav.
Ing this day been adjudicated bankrupt
on thu nelliion of lCttonj; Yco Sine Co.,
it is hereby ordered that all creditors of
said bankrupt come In and provo their
claims before me, at my Chambers, iu
.Holiday, May 18, 188.,
At 10 o'clock a, in,
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that, upon said day, the creditors
do pioeeed to hold an ELECTION
of an assignee or assignees of nuld bank,
nipt estaie, and that notice hereof be
published iu the Daii.v Hui.lktin, Daily
'. C. Ailvci User and Hawaiian Ciinese
News, newspapers of Honolulu until
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest; IIknhv Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 1010 td
1 OIIIL, bcUicn 12nu.l 14 yenr of
. V. m.e titnko care of children. An-
juyni 7 iiotei street
mill oi i: to in jciiM
o( age, to
do light hoiccwork.
JORMANund wile, with accomuio.
datiou to cook for themselves, or
oonnl With the family. Applv at 18
ON and nftcr this date I will not bo
responsible for nny dcbtR contract
ed by my wife Franclsca without my
written order. J. A. DIAS.
Honolulu, May 8th, 1S83. 1017 lw
to buy J. AV.
Clears. The Crvsiat
Soda AVorks will be a depot for these
line Cigars, wholesale and rctnll,
' 1010 tf
JUST ARRIVED !
IN TWO-1'OUMl TINS,
FROM THE CALIFORNIA CRACKER
Equal to Huntley & Palmer's
Tea Cakes, Coffco Cakes,
Alberts, Cracknels, Leaflets,
Dutch Herrings in kegs,
Smoked Herrings in boxes,
New "V'ork Cream Cheese,
Young America Cheese,
Fresh Roll Butter on Ice
Cases Yellow Turnips,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
For sale by
II. 5IAY Sc CO.,
1017 lw 98 Fort Street.
I Clearance Sale.
House Furnishing Goods,
Tinware, Oil Stoves.
All marked down in order to
clear out this immense stock.
i,uuu uoz. Daiiey urcss ijmions
at 10 cts per dozen.
HAMMOCKS, from $1.75.
Lamps, iu all
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
Best Made Has no Equal.
Give it one trial on Tarnished Metals
and be Convinced.
It is a vegetable polish and warranted
free from Acids, 1'oUous or Gritty Bub.
stances, and Is nuperior to anything of
the kind hereto fore, offered to the public
for cleaning ami polishing Metal Signs,
Railiues, Sbow Cases, Harness Mount.
lugs, Bund Instruments, ISruss or Metal
Lamps, Faucets, Stair Rods, Locomotive
Headlights, Gun Bnrrels, Brass, Copper,
Silverware, Nickel, Tinware, Zinc, Steel,
AND ALL METALS.
It is especially adapted to Murine,
Railroad, Stationary and Fire Engine
AVorks (hot or cold), and being free
from acldrt or grit, will not Injure
journals, bearings, the black lettering
on metal signs, harness leather, or scratch
uic unesi pousucu sunuce.
The cleanest and best Polish for
Ladies to use for Household and Ivitch.
en use. It is put up neatly and convent,
ently to suit all, in 4, 8 and 10 or,., and
livo pound boxes, and every box guuran.
I'l'teoH, ao, noo, rn t i.
Aside from its unequalled polishing
qualities, its btrongcbt claim on thu pub.
lie favor re3t8 iu Its absolute purity and
cleanliness, being a clean, creamy puie,
easily and conveniently applied. For
MCLEAN'S CIGAR STORE,
18 Hotel St., Astor House.
8YL. J. OAHTY, Solo Agent for Haw
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