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Selir Slol Wiililno for Pnnulln
VESSELS LEAVINS TO-MORROW.
Slmr O K Ilisbop for Wnlanae, W:i1:i1mi
nml Kooliiu ut ! a m
Sbr Uiuilkenoull for KoIimIh
N:lir nlcliu for Kiimil
Selir Lailnla for Kwa
Am l-inaitcd n'lir Olga, Koilin, for San
From fc'tui Francisco per likt l)icov
cry, Feb 111 V II ll mill v, O llcnrv. O
J(mli.lili, X O Sll lei',. I A Hymn ami M
Tim steamer W G Hall Is due to-innr-vow
Tim bnrkcntliic DNeovory li moored
nttliu Fort Mrcet wliarf. Allot lier'll
bead live stock arrived In splendid con
dition and were landed I hi afternoon.
ti." hni'M's were for SI S (irlnlianm ii Co,
Jo mules ami 7 bor.es for .1 O'Connor,
and IS inu!e and I boie for .lames 1$
'J'lie schooner Olga N not likely to
leave for San FrancNco till tomorrow
morning. .She was still receiving i-iigar
The liktni! Slary Wlnkelman N on the
The stnir O It Itlshop bioiigbriG!)
bags sugar from Koolau, ami the stinr
I Vie L',(i70 hags wijjur from llamukua.
The schooner.-. Slary and Kawallanl
lirought 700 and 7:10 h.igs ilce from lla
nalel and Koolail respectively.
Tilt! schooner Kaulkeaouli came in
this afternoon with 2,IIK) hags sugar
AUCTION SAIES TO-MORROW.
BY .1. r. MOKOAX.
Continuation of sale of bankrupt
stock of Leong Hop, at salesroom,
10 a. in.
GREAT INTER-CONTINENTAL SCHEME.
A very important plan to join the
two continents is now being consid
ered by the Railroad Committee of
the International Congress. The
scheme is to build a railway from
Cartagena in the United Slates of
Colombia, up the Mngdnlcna River
Valley and along the eastern slope
of the Andes, penetrating as far as
Cusco, Peru, where it will make
connection with the South American
system which now exists. With
fast steamships on the Gulf of Mex
ico, the time necessary to go from
New York to Lima would be only
eight days. In the language of the
address recently issued by the trus
tees of the proposed survey fund,
"If the great work shall become
possible, the National benefits can
hardly be counted. Every letter
and every first-class passenger to
one-thirdof all South America, from
Ktirope, would land at New York,
and pass for 1,400 miles through
our territory. If reciprocity could
be established, and the tariff restor
ed on coffee, and then all codec,
rice, cinchona bark, cocoas, wool,
India rubber, woods and ores be ad
mitted free of duty upon condition
that our woollens and iron be art
- milted there free or if,in a broader
sense, free commerce should be es
tablished with all these republics,
upon condition that the dyke of our
tariff against the world should in
clude their borders then vacuum
and pressure would do their work, a
vast commerce would fill this chan
nel, the overflow regions of the Ma
ranon might load .trains with rice,
the far-reaching coffee plantations
with coffee, the forest with precious
woods, and the returning trains
como with untaxed wares. If the
stories of the mines be true, 100,000
young men from the Southern States
alone would repeat the story of M9
and build another California. If
what they say of the climate and
medicinal waters be correct, our
health and pleasure seekers, who
annually go by tens of thousands to
our Pacific Coast, might follow the
seasons. The wonderful port of
Cartagona, with its endless walls,
mighty once more' protect burdened
lleots ; and trade and banking and
travel might change the habits of the
two Americas. Arailroaii,orasy8tem,
like those of South America, that
o to tho mountains only to return,
may make the discouraging exhibit
wo find ; and yet, connected into
arteries, and tho pulse of the com
merce of Nations rising wjth steady
beat, they may show results as fa
vorablo as our North American sys
tems." Wc have believed that the gather
ing together of the representatives
of tho South American countries
with those of our own would lead to
important and far-reaching results,
and if Congress should so act as to
givo tho promotors of this great
Hchcmc sufllcient encouragoment to
proceed, that alone might prove of
sufllcient value to justify the great
expense connected with the enter
tainment of our foreign guests.
New York paper.
Henry M. Stanley has been nfl'or
ed an engagement for fifty lectures
in America at 1, 000 each.
LUUAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Kuw.mid fur lolurn of it son el mini!
Tin: Y. SI. J. A. holds iU, monthly
Tin: adjourned monthly meeting
of the Fin Department will ho held
Tin: Hawaiian N"vs Cn. bulletin
board notices the finding of it dia
inond seaif pin.
Tiiiim: is nothing fie.vb of iulciesl
to icpiiil from tbw week's ineeling
of the Hoard of Health.
Koa.v & (Slum have a new adver
tisement in this paper, which the
ladies arc invited to peruse.
Tin: I'coplu'rt Ico and Kcfiigcr.Uor
Co. will hold their aiiuiiiil meeting
Slnich 1, at tho olficcof W. (). Smith.
I).N I.voih, nmniiger of the I'lele,
left by the ICinnu on Tue.-day for a
few weeks of recuperation on l.uuai.
M.uou J. II. WodehoUKc, II. It.
M.'s Commissioner, left on tin Cham
pion for her ciuise In the other
Mil. Dennis has been forced to
take his departuii' hut his compat
riot Mud will remain in Honolulu
Heavy lain fell last night. This
forenoon the weather was unsettled,
and a, downpour seems imminent
Mil. Clarence i). I'ringle, a recent
arrival from Iowa, has been assigne I
to tho Hanupepo H-liool, Kauai, as
Tin: Arion social will he the only
public, celebration of Washington's
birthday. There are tt number of
Americans on the roll of the society.
Tin: Mechanics' mid Workinginen's
Political Protective Union is called
for to-morrow evening, when all in
teiested in liberal government are
Tin: Itoyal Hawaiian Hand will
givo a concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
to-monow evening, in celebration of
the eve of Washington's biithday.
After the concert there will be a hup
in the pa i lor.
Woiikmkx are busily engaged in
removing (he debris fiom the auction
room of L. J. Levey and making the
necessary excavations for laying of
new foundation timbers and floor.
The work is under tho oupei vision of
Mn. Allen Hutchinson's leetuto to
monow evening ought not to ho
missed by any who aie inleiested in
ail matters. The lecturer will illus
trate his tbeine by modeling a bust
from life of a subject selected in tho
audience. Tickets are to be had at
King IJio.s.' ait store.
TnniiK are 2!1 preciuels yet to send
in official leturns of the general elec
tion of fifteen days ago. Tho fust
precinct of Ewa, neaiesl to town of
the counliy districts, is btill delin
quent. Twelve precincts on Hawaii,
eight on Maui, and two on Kauai
have yet to send in hooks, boxes, and
That iioi lion of the enclosure of
Mr. C. Afong's premises extending
on School and Niiuanu streets has
been removed. A tasteful iron fence
running along a stone foundation
has replaced it, greatly enhancing
tho beauty of the spacious giounds.
A stone pavement in keeping with
the other improvements extend
along (ho .same frontages.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Meeting Hoard of Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7:110.
Honolulu Chapter No. 1 R. A.
Monthly meeting, Y. M. C A.,
AUDIENCE OF THE QUEEN.
This day had audience of Her
Majesty the Queen Mrs. Gilbert
Waller, President of the Fair of the
St. Vincent de Paul Society for dis
tressed Catholics, accompanied by
Mrs. W. L. Wilcox and Mrs. and
Miss Redly, to formally thank Her
Majesty for her patronage and most
IMPROVEMENTS AT THE HOTEL.
A visit to the Hawaiian Hotel
billiard and bar rooms reveals a sur
passing change for the better in this
familiar resort. Over twenty beauti
ful pictures hung in elegant gilt
frames decorate walls gleaming with
agreeable tints. Ceilings of tasteful
colors complete the aspect of har
mony. The floor is covered with
tile pattern linoleum and the specta
tors' dais around tho billiard room
rejoices in a new roll of Hrusscls
carpet with brass rails. Thero are
.two billiard, two pool tables,and one
bagatelle table in the room. Files
of the island and coast papers may
also be s.ccn. Noontimo brings a
scent: of activity and bustle. A
savory lunch awaits all comers. The
centre of this alluring picture is tho
groat Hartlotl dispensing smiles in
every direction in tho most liberal
acceptation of tho term. Hut It is
not necessary to enter the saloon to
get lunch. A sldo room tastefully
fltled up is especially adapted to
those who tiro unwilling to make
public how littlo or how much they
drink. Tho card room newly fur
nished finishes thu elegant arrange
ments for public comfort and enjoy-iiienl.
DAM it utrhMWiNs
OAllU RAILWAY TERMINUS,
A ItiMiiitll'ul Nile ly Keclniimtloii.-'
n.'soi'ipttiin or the iiiiiiiUnu',
Thu dreary stretch of stagnant
water to the left of the road on the
Palania pido of the King street
bridge, formerly so offensive to the
cyo and so nauseating to the nostril,
is now but a nightmare of the past.
Where formcily water of the most
doubtful character shrinking, as it
wore, from assimilation with the sea
was hemmed in, now linn solid laud
exists. This transformation is not
thu result of natural agencies but
has been achieved through the push
and enterprise ol the Oahii Hallway
and Land Company. With an ex
pedition truly marvelous a large
area of the watery waste has been
reclaimed and substantially graded.
And situated conveniently in this
space and easy of approach is the
new terminal depot of the company.
The building is of two storeys.
IL has a length of '2 feet, a width
of Jit) feel, and is 'l feel. high. At
each end thero is a lauai 21 feet by
'20 feet. Surrounding the whole is
an awning 7 feet wide. The tower
projection on the. King street side
has a height of "' feet and is 12
feet square. From thu building to
the track a platform 18 feet in width
adds to the security and comfort of
passengers. On other sides of the
depot the sidewalk is but H feet
wide. The structuro is painted
yellow with trimmings of a ticli
Filtering, the interior is found
worthy of the exterior. The ticket
olllce, 12 leet square, is ornamented
with a bay window. Two openings
into the waiting rooms and a speak
ing tube communication with the
main olllce are conveniences not to
bo undervalued. Adjoining this is
the baggage room of about the same
dimensions. Add to these two
waiting rooms one for ladies and
one for gentlemen with the most
improved toilet and closet accom
paniments, and a model depot is the
sum total. The wash stands arc
stationary and the fixtures of the
closets can be removed sepaialcly
when necessary, thereby avoiding
inconvenience and discomfort usu
ally attendant on such repairs.
From the King street side an
eight-foot entrance with double
doors admits to the ascension of a
staircase 5 feet wide which termi
nates in a hallway running across
the building. At the left is the
main olllce which is .'10 feet by 20
feet. The office is well adapted to
the purposes for which it is used.
Across the hallway from the main
olllce arc the olllcesof Geo. A. How
ard, designer and builder, and C.
II. Kluegel, surveyor ot the com
pany. These olllccs, 20 by 12, have
between them water closets, bath
room, etc., of the improved charac
teristics of those below. Mr. Dil
lingham's piivato olllce in the tower
piojecliou ends the enumeration of
rooms. All the olllccs have tran
soms above the doors and arc venti
lated in the most approved manner.
The wainscoting is made up of
beautiful alternations of redwood
and cedar. Thu whole building
bears evidence of most careful con
struction and reflects great credit on
the taste and skill of its designer,
Mr. Howard, and the workmanship
of its builder, Mr. Fred. Harrison.
Mr. Howard vciy kindly furnish
ed the lli'i.Mvrix representative with
all desired information in reference
to projected construction. lie is
now engaged in building an elegant
little depot at Kwa. It is thu in
tention of the company to make this
in every respect a model station. A
round house at the same place is
also under way with a capacity of
six stalls for engines under a roof
110 feet by .')() feet. In addition to
this a car shed 180 feet by It) feet
will afford a retreat for cars, etc.
Uoth buildings will bo roofed with
The cost of construction of the
Honolulu Depot approximates close
ly to $8,000. The company will
eventually reclaim about twenty-six
acres more of the watery area.
When finished the land will be filled
in as far as King street bridge. As
soon as possible about seventeen
acres will bo graded for use as coal
and lumber yards and the erection
of warehouses. A deep water wharf
will be built from terminus of pre
sent switch in a line toward the cat
tle pens, from which it will on ap
proach to deep water diverge slight
ly to thu left. It is the intention of
thu company to run their cars out on
the wharf and load them with coal
directly from the dummies of the
While the artistic eye of the llut.
i.f.tix reporter was fixed in raptur
ous contemplation of the paintings
which adorn tho walls of tho upper
corridor Mr. W. G. Ashley, tho
gentlemanly superintendent, of the
railway, arrived. From him some
interesting points wero gleaned.
About twelve miles of track arc con
structed and utilized fortralllc. The
road will shortly be available to
Kwa Plantation, say 17 miles, The
gauge of the rails is tlireo feet. Obia
ami redwood lies six feet in length
aro usod. The foruior are preferred.
They are brought from Puna, Ha
waii. Ohia piles arc used as af
fording better security against tho
deadly teredo. Tho rolling stock of
tho company consists of thrco Bald
win engines, eight flat cars, one
box car, six open passenger cars,
six passenger coaches, two "combin
ation" (that i, baggage and smok
ing) cars and one parlor car. Tho
freight tralllc consists of rice, ban
anas and general uierclmmlise,
iJotfOMiMJ, u. i., iMBiiiMin ','.0, m
Thi' dale of the franchise granted
by tho Legislature was September
f, 1888. The Company was organ
ized under It January 111, 188!),
and a charter accepted February 5,
188i). Contract for construction
w.i4 awarded to B. F. Dillingham
April :i, 188U. The first steaming
ot locomotive occurred September 1,
1880, and the first or trial trip with
fifty passengers took place on Mr.
Dillingham's birthday, September
I, 18SII. The history' of the Incep
tion, construction and completion of
thu Oahu railroad fairly bristles with
the energy that has pervaded all its
Ah Chcon, Ah You and Ah Kong,
for the unlawful possession of opium,
were found guilty. Ah L'licon who
pleaded guilty was sentenced to a
line of fcfiO, costs 8.", and imprison
ment at hard labor one hour. The
others each were sentenced to a line
of So I, costs 81.20, and imprison
ment at haul labor two bonis.
Various case remanded.
Dan. Nawahi pleaded guilty of
furious and heedless driving on the
17th inst., and replenished the ex
chequer by S12 fine and S3 costs.
Like the Indians the Ksklmos
often kill the old. Often the old
are tired of life and beg to be dis
patched. If food is scarce they
are turned out to starve, whether
they like it or not. The superfluous
women arc also disposed of in this
way. Barbarism shows itself in
their treatment of the dead. The
body of a favorite wife or child is
sometimes protected through thu
winter and decently buried in Hie
spring, but as a general rule corpses
are dragged a short distance from
the village and abandoned to the
dogs. The savages have no idea of
the marriage relation. Women are
ticntcd as chattels. Tho number of
wives a man may have is regulated
not by his possessions, as among the
Mormons but by his ability to man
age women. Ono infers lrom this
that polygamy is not carried on to
any great extent. Great Divide.
A Central New York woman has
a flower farm of seventeen acres,
from which she sometimes clears
82,000 a year.
A tobacco dealer in New York ad
vertises the fact that last year his
Arm alone manufactured S2."),O0O,00O
It is expected that the United
Slates Government will take charge
of the landing of immigrants nt Cas
tle Garden, which is now under the
control of a State Board.
The annual report of the labor
bureau at Castle Garden shows that
situations have been found during
the last year for lf,122 immigrants.
The French Anti-Tobacco Society
claims to have discovered by ex
periments that tobacco smoke poi
sons meat and vegetables ready for
cooking or prepared for table.
A Montreal Judge has decided
that it is illegal to try and collect a
debt any where but at the domicile
of the debtor, and that to ask on the
street for money that is due consti
tutes an assault.
Mrs. Flizabcth Thompson Butler,
who painted "The Roll Call,"
"Scotland Forever," ami other well
known military pictures, has been in
Ireland studying evictions with a
view to putting them on canvas.
Workmen repairing the flooring
in St. Peter's Church, Rome, have
discovered a mosaic pavement, many
feet below the floor, which iirclne
ologists at once pronounce a relic of
the ancient and famous temple of
Thu past year's emigration was
Ci.OOO from Ireland and 20-1,000
from the whole of Great Britain.
There is a large falling off in the
movement to the United States,
Canada and Australia, and an in
crease in the emigration to other
Governor Godcll of New Hamp
shire has issued a vigorous "pro
clamation extraordinary," warning
all persons engaged in the liquor
tralllc to desist from their illegal
business immediately and calling
upon nil persons in authority to
unite in enforcing the prohibitory
law. Ho gives as the reason for
this sudden activity the "various
heinous crimes committed in the
Statu within tho last few weeks, di
rectly traceable to the use ol intoxi
The M. & W. P. P. Union
WILL inert FRIDAY KVKXIN'O,
February tilst, nt thu K. of P.
Hall, Fort streei. Its members are re.
quested to attend, and all ln'erested in
Liberal Government for Iliwall are in.
vited, Per older.
s?:i 2t Seerctavy.
rpiIK annual meeting of ihe stook.
JL holders of the l'coplu'h Jen .fc He.
frigerator Co. will hu held on TI'KS
HAY, March -I, 1800, at l-.itt) o'clock
i'. m., at, the olllce of W. O. Smith.
W. K. FOSTKH,
Secretary L I. & It. Co.
Honolulu, Fob. UO, lu!0. 1S:i lOt
rpiIK regular minim! meeting of the
JL stockholders ot thu Inter Island
Sle:iin Navigation Co, (L'd;, will be
held on TUKSDAY, Match -till pro..,
at 10 o'elnek a. i , at their olllce on
(Jiucn street. '. IOTA,
Secretary l.l.K N. Co
Honolulu, Feb, 18. Ib'JO. 481 l!)t
IXNGupS.'U Mutual Telephone Tor
t Odorless K.NC.ivatlon, Wilf
M J I)
VTOW thai t lie rainy acis-on is upon
X iif, evcr tedy wants n door mat
lliitwll he lin oinninuiil 'ill llic fiont
dnp, nml will thoio ijrlily do ih"viik
rcipiired of it. Tno
Is hill tin; thing. It c.nijiiot, liccmnc
soaked by ratn, nsb llii: case with lllicr
mats, anil ll always keeps 'r.lcuti. Hcing
imiilo of (Inlvanizcd Wire
They Cannot Rust
As do many of the wire mala now In
me. Tliey'nrs far superior to and fur
more durable thnii fiber or rubber. Can
be had ol Sttel Wire at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Opposite Spreckuls & Co 's Ihnk,
4S2 tr Foil. si i tut, Honolulu.
California : Lands
FOB SALI3 I
rpiIK undersigned wMics to Inform
L the public that lie has opened a
Ilranch California Land Olllce. at Xo.
VI Merchant street, Honolulu.
To persons wishing to Invest hi
Choice Timber. Agriculture. Fruit or
f!i-.ilng hands in the linn Slate of Call
fornla,'or In Desirable Itiilldlug Lots In
the beautiful Oily and .Suburbs of Oak
land, with Its unrivaled climate and
opportunities, I am prepared to offer
every Inducement In the way of bar
The Lands which 1 here offer have all
been most carefully Inspected by a
thoroughly reliable surveyor, emplojed
specially 'for that piirno'-,u, and I "am
therefore enabled to filve atNfnctirv
guarantee that every piece offered will
strictly correspond with the dc.-crlptlon
given "bv me.
The Titles to these Lands are perfect,
being in the main state school lauds.
Tho previous pciron.il inspection
thereof at great expense, offers abso
lute security to purchasers and U an
inducement offered by no other dealer
In stato school lauds in California.
The price ranges from $!J..r0 peracie
npwaid according to quality and loca
tion, ami mere is no iioum, iy taking
into account thu rapid growth and pro
gression of that State, that these lands
offered at these low llgurcs must within
a few years command a much higher
prico and so secure to every Investor a
prollt not easily equaled "hi any oihei
line of -peculation.
This oppoitimily will he open tot a
limited time only, and I therefoiu ex
tend an Invitation to all who wish to
secure good ami cheap homes in that
magtililccnt State anil Country, and also
to thoe who desire to Ime.st a little
money to so great advantage and prollt.
to call upon me soon and obtain full
information will be eheei f nil v given.
KJ- Olllce mom with .1. A. Mngoon,
attorne, No. ll! .Merchant street.
hiO tf A. IflOKOPP.
Ex "Zealand in."
i aiuii: co.ssicNMrvr oi
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
UNION FEED CO.
-roit sai.i: nv n in:-
UNION FEED 00.
H AVI NO sold out my interest in the
tlrm of It More & Co to .1. N. S.
Williams, all persons imluhti'il to said
firm lire required to pay the amounts of
tliclr inilulitcilncss to me, and all liuvinj;
accounts against said linn will present
tlivm to me for payment at the olllce of
It. More & Co.
Till)-. ll LUCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, lb'JO. 42 lin
Oahu Kailwny & .Land Co.
t nil F. first annual meeting of Hie mock.
L bolder of the. Onlm Hallway &
1 ,1111 l Co. will be held at thu nfllcu of
tlio Company on WEDNESDAY, Feb.
20, 1800, at !l o'clock i m , for tho dec
tioaof olllix'13 and transaction ot any
other Important IiiibIucks.
W. O. ASHLEY,
Becretnry 0. It. Cz L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. (I, lb'JO. -17:1 til
piNGup'-'atl Mutual Telephone for
IV Oiloiless Excavation. 48;! tf
rPHE l'anillo Hardware Co. Iiavu Jiftt
L uuvlved a line," lot of liulricli In
bulk, which thny are iclliiiif low.
Views of the
The lvpiitable show Iigurc3 equal to those of the n.ttional halanco
sheets of some very respectable-sized States. The Insurance World oi
The ICquilable Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It is
unique in its position and marvelous in its iccord. It occupies the highest
place amoii kindred institutions. fTlic Irish Insurance Hanking ntid
It is no use disguising the. fuel thai the Mquitable holds a remarkable
position nmotu! the Insurance olllce-, of the World. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give ( a belter contract than any other
company. f Leamington Spa Courier.
Willi the, pitiful system of stale insurance in Germany compare what
is done by some of tho peal private Assurance Companies, by I he greatest
of then) till, for instance, the Kquitablo Life Assurance Society of the Drilled
Slates. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest, of American Life Olllccs and therefore the largest In the.
World is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the l. S. fl'airplay of
The ofllcn that has done the mosl in promoting safe and liberal Lifn
Insurance is the Kquitablu Life Assurance Society of the (J. S. London
New business in 1 SSO 17.',000,000 00
Income for 188H ;JO,000,000 00
Surplus 2-2,000,000 IH
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kqnilablc Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
Classware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(!alvanied Fence Wire, Hlael: Steel Fence Wire, li.ilvani.cd Staples,
llluck Staples, Special (Quality Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! "a ar NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late arrivals. Agents for
Rubber Garden Hose, "Wire Hound Hose, Steam Hose,
or very summon quality.
PACIFIC HAKDWAltE CO., (LV),
H. F. Dii.uNniiAM, J. (. Spk.vckk, F. L. Wintkii,
jan-0-00 President. Manager & Secretary. Treasurer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & JXSUI&iYNCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FUANISHINGt GOODS !
Kitchen UIciu'iIh, Paints, Oil,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jajne & Sons Family Medicines,
K. It. IlKNiuir, President & Manager. John Kna, Vice-President,
(ionntnv liuow.v, Secretary & Treasurer. Ci:uu. ltnow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo.NprcckplH' It link, : Fori HI reel. Honolulu.
1MT011TKKS and DEALKKS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, --Glassware,
CbandolicrH, Eleetolierp, Lamps fc Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils fc VarniubcH, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Maehinudoadcd Cartridges, Cbanibnrlain'rt Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Tallin & Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Agricultural Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hail's Patent "Duplex" Die, Stook for Pipo & Holt Outline;,
.Manila A. Sisal Hope, Rubber Hoo,
Wire Hound Hubber Hose, Spincter-grip;
Sprinklers & Sprinklur Stands,
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Union Metallic Cuitridgd Co., ' '$ X V
llaitinaii's Steel Wire Fenco Ji Steel Wiro Mais,
"New Piocchs" Hope,
Win, G. FMiei's Wrought Sleel Kanges, Neal's Carnage Pninls,
(late Oily Sloni) Filteis,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
uov-iJil-Sl) Harl's Patent "Duplex" Die Stocks,
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Machin'thl' ,t Plunibcirt' Tools,
Varnisbos, Lamp Good and