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J. T. WATEKHOOSE
TJ ! 13
LEPROSY IN EUROPE.
HUH ItlM'll UtlfMVIl
SATIJIUJAY, MAI!. 8, 1890.
0A1IU RAILWAY fi LAND COMPAUV'S
TIM 15 TAI1LK:
A. M. I'. M.
l.e.iw Honolulu '.con :::uo
All Ivo M : 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 : t !:IS :.':IS
I.eaw.Muiiaua 11:0.) I:o0
Alllvo Honolulu U :IS l:l'(
A.M. 1 M. 1'. M.
Leave Honolulu. .. !i:i!0 I'-'MIU t'.ino
Aiiivo.Mnn:ina....lU:IH 1:18 :i:l
Leave Mmii.uiu.... 1I:(W l:i:i -hoi
Anlvo lluiioliilu... 11:13 12:'.II I :':'.
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!i S Australia, lluiidlclto, froiii S:iu
Stinr Pele from IInimil.ua
.Slini- Kiiinu nun 1 l:i till mill .Maui
Mlnir Knula fiiini Mlauc.i mill llaindci
VESSELS LEAVING" OH MONDAY
iituir W G Hall fur Lnhnhm, Maiil.ie:i,
IConu. Kan ami the Volcano at ID
o'clock a ill
Schr Mile .Moirls for Koolau
Slinr C 11 ISihop for Waluuue, Walaltm
ami Koolau at !i a in
Stiii- Mtil Wahlne for Ihiiuakmi
Siiur.l A Ciiiiunliis tor ICooiaii at !) a in
l-chr l.uKa fur Kuliala
The following passengers "me hooked
leave by tin- Miur V ( Hall, next
uul.iy morning: Mr Ihirchnli. anil
ie, liev () 1 Emerson, .Mr llarriv, A
l'mlil,.! IC Nnhale, G .MeUoll-all,
.irsTnvlur ami dauidilur.
Tim steamer ICnala urihed at (1 o'clock
this morning from Kauai with f70 liags
The Iraetloii engine for Hie O It A; I
Co. was 1 iiiilcil this morning from the
liiigantiue V C! Jrwln.
A VIhW to I hi' Wiii'i'i-oiim of .f T.
U'nli'flioiiMi'--,V AVtimtcrfiil Dls
lilny. I'assing the emporium of J. T.
Watorhoiise on tjiicen street this
niornini;, the reporter's eye was at
tracted by the word "Crockery" on
:i sign swinging ahead of him. A
glance through the open door dis
played a large assortment of hard
ware but failed to reveal any crock
ery. Entering, the scribe made
known his desire of inspecting some
dishes to Mr. K. It. Oinioml who
politely led Hie way upstairs. Ar
riving at the upper lloor the re
porter's breath fairly forsook him at
the sight presented. At the front
end of the room was a large terraced
form on which was displayed a glit
tering galaxy of fancy articles, (lower
vases, faity lamps and a charming
variety of ornamental goods. Im
mediately in front was a" large table
laden with a profusion of elegant
China. This display, which includes
both French and English wares, fur
nishes a plain and decorated sam
ple of every article of dish used on
the table. It is sold in sets or indi
vidual pieces to suit the option of
Flanking this aggregation of China
on two sides an angled table covered
with mirror plate is profusely cover
ed with f'lnsswarc. The brilliant
collection embracing all the useful
and ornamental shapes into which
glass for table use is' made is multi
plied many fold by the gleaming
surface on which it rests and myriads
of scintillations dazzle the eye. In
front of this, white granite ware is
attractively disposed on a large'
table. The left wall of the room on
coming up the stairs is covered with
shelves with a shelving counter at
the base. Hero is a tasteful exhibit
of printed dinner and tea sets. The
variety and beauty of the designs
allure the spectator while the cheap
prices for which the' arc sold con
vert him into a puiohaser. Across
the immense room the shelvos are
tilled to repletion with glassware,
On tho opposite side of the stairway
from tho while granite collection, an
imposing array of toilet sets gives
'one a faint idea of the variety of
these articles which the firm carries
At the rear end of the room an
other terraced dais is literally be
spangled with lamps of every form
of fanciful design. The ceiling is
perfectly resplendent with hanging
lamps completing the grotto-like
illusion. The bewildered reporter
was fain to acknowledge that it wao
a' 'very largo" block of admirable
jroods. Whereupon Mr. Dimond
witli a look of iueffablu compassion
informed tho functionary that this
display, elegant, enticing and mag
nificent ns it appears, is but a sain
plo of a largo block in reserve in tho
warehouses of the company. Tho
firm having tho largest assortment of
crockery in this city proposes lo
make a specialty ot its sale.
Third Sunday in l.cnl. Cntlig
Holy Communion (Hawaiian) :."0
Litany 9 :f)0 a. m.
MorniHg l'rayer 10 a. in. (Hymns
ill, 21.0, 'J.VJ. Sermon by tho llishop
Hawaiian Eyensong, 0:1)0 p. m.
Evening l'rayer G p. in. (llymnu
Xl; 2M, L'.Vi. Sermon by Hew W.
piNG""S2ir"Multi:il Tulqilioje for
LOCAL & GENERAL MEWS.
St:i: 1'iof. Coon's "IuimucuS ilcm."
An an instance of newspaper en
lcrpiito the Advertiser i:i now oiler
ing candy prizes for uilUlrii in rival
Ur.('lPi:orirv Siikiii- Co. stookhuld
ra will meet :il W. U. Cnsllc'ii olllec
Wciliu'Mliiy noon fur election of oil!
ccuii and other important hnnnoss.
Tin: fecund ciingi-cnilion of SI.
Audiow'u dihedral Will havosei vices
Iti-iuoiiou ul 11 l" a. in. mill 7:'M) p.
in. Trumeni. will await the close of
torvieesat J l! :"0 tintl H-M p. in.
Tlliilii: will ho lliiee rehearsals of
Hie Mikado company next week.
The til t will lie on Tuesday, tlio
second on Thursday, and the lliiul
on S.iluiihiy ill 7:!0 p. in., at the
At ion hall.
Somi: of the nbowers during last
night weio tremendous and accom
panied by wind amounting to n gnle.
The Milniihan made, iiImikiiiiu' of (he
iiib.ui ilieels, b.ive bail their iiswty
veneer washed H' by the fre.-hel,
leaving them r.uhcr impioved than
Tin: Mciiiiier Iv.mlii in lived at Hie
wharf nt lis o'clock this morning
from Kauai. The little viwel bound
ed out the fo.imiug bar in line tlyle.
Cnpl. llngliin reported thiee days'
rain on the gaiilon isle, with damag
ing fretheltf. Two bridges were ear
ned away in ICnliKt, and the mills all
had to cense gi hiding.
An order of postponement of the
lvawai.ihao Kcuiiiiniy concert was te
eeiveil ycstciday, but it was counter
manded befoni going to press ami
then icpeated fioin a dilloienl miiiico
(o the lii-iit. It appeain the ultimate
decision was postponement to Thurs
day evening next a winn decision
aceoiditig to the weatlur indications
of yeslerd.iy cvtiiing.
At noon yesteiday n number of
small bouses in tho vicinity of St.
Louis College were Hooded. lio.
Uei Irani phologinphed the f-cene.
Home fi'iu.s were entertained that the
river would inundate the college
grounds, but happily they proved
groundless. Considerable damage is
leportcd and it is mid that lossof life
was only prevented by the exertions
of .some In nve kanakas.
A h.mai.i. locomotive for a Mioit
time in use by the Sonoma Valley
Railroad Co., and now belonging lo
the Oaliu Railway and Land Co., is
being removed to tho terminal depot.
At noon to-dny it had piogieused as
far as the corner of King and Fort
stieels. The engine weighs about
sixteen tons and will be used for con
struction purposes, it lias a capa
city for hauling foity loaded ears.
Tin: dinner given by Chief .lustice
.1 udd to the bar last night bad the
presence, in addition to tho local
practitioners, of .lodge Deady of Ore
gon, ex-Judge Viileninnn of tho Ha
waiian bonch, Associate Justices
McCully and JJiekerton, and tho
.Supreme Court clerks, inlerpreteis,
and stenographer. "Mine host" of
tho Hamilton House covered himself
with glory by bis layout. The
Koyal Hawaiian Hand played a select
A DOCTOR'S DONT'S.
It In Well to 1 5c. II
Don't read in street cars or other
Don't pick the teeth with pins or
any other hard substance.
Don't neglect any opportunity to
insure a variety of food.
Don't cat or drink hot and cold
things immediately in succession.
Don't pamper the appetite with
such variety of food that may lead
Don't read, write or do any deli
cate work unless receiving the light
from the leftside.
Don't direct special mental or
physical energies to more than eight
hours' work in each day.
Don't keep the parlor dark unless
you value your carpet more than
your and your children's health.
Don't delude yourself into the be
lief that you arc'au exception as far
as sloop is concerned ; the nominal
average of sleep is eight hours.
Don't endeavor lo rest the mind
by absolute inactivity ; let it &eek
its rest in work in oilier channels,
and thus rest the tired part of the
biain. Richmond (Va.) State.
The lloyal Hawaiian Hand will
play this afternoon at Emma .Square
commencing at '1:!50 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme;
Overture Quei'ii of tpuiles t"nppi)
lieinlnl-iTiiccs of )nnietti....(ioilfrey
Willi. The Source Waldteiifel
I'olKu-Keil mill blank Cootii
Manoel Oouveira for drunkenness
was assessed $ and coslsSl. The
same individual for assault and bat
tery on Chin Chan Yin was fined
14 with SI costs. Appealed to,
Uofore Juifgo Thayer, in the Unit
ed States District Court at St.
Louis, Jan. Ill, Henry Schmidt, a
merchant tailor, was convicted on
twelve counts for a violation of tho con
tract labor Jaw in Importing tailors.
Ho was fined 51000 on each offense,
a totnl of S12,000, and seeks a re
mission of the penalties. Schmidt
pleads ignorance of the law.
AH EXCITIHC RUN.
A Denver r.iiclin!t'i'n Hare Willi n
(".cargo Davis i3 one of Hie oldest
and best-known engineers in Denver,
lie commenced in 1870 on the old
Denver l'acilic, and was firing for
Ed. Hoskins on old No. DO when
the engine brought the first passen
ger train to Denver in 1870. In
1872 he was given charge of an en
gine ami continued in active service
on that line until icceully, when,
owing lo sickness, he was obliged to
layoff; but the company, appreci
ating his valuable seiveos, had him
employed in the Union Depot ex
amining train lintuU as to their
knowledge of train rules and duties.
George had tho reputation of be
ing one of the fastest runners on the
road, and on one occasion, when
pulling President Adam's car, a
speed indicator in the car indicated
seventy mile3 an hour for a short
distance, but George thinks the
fastest time he ever made was on
the afternoon of July 12, 187o, when
he ran a race with a Hood in Sand
creek and beat it by jus', seventy
seconds. George can tell the story
'It was during the time we were
having so many Hoods, and the
bihlge over Sand creek had been
washed out a few days before, and
the track ran down over the sand in
the bottom of the creek, which was
always dry except when there was a
"We were an hour late that after
noon, and when we reached Kalon,
forty-eight miles from Denver, we
were just taking water at the tank
when D. II. Keeler, who was the
agent at that place then, eainc run
ning out to me wilh a message,
" 'Make, all possible haste lo
Denver. Water coining down Sand
"The message was signed by Col.
Fisher, Hie superintendent, and I
knew it meant get there, and the
way I lammed the old machine go
ing over the track that afternoon
was a caution. We had no air
brakes in those days, and had six
slops to make, but wore only sixty
four minutes from Eaton to Sand
"When we readied the bank of
the creek it was nearly dusk, but
I could see the water coming only a
few rods above, foaming and roar
ing, a solid wall six feet high, full
of timbers and wreckage from the
Kansas l'acilic bridge a few miles
above, and 1 thought at first I would
not chance it, but just as I was
about lo blow for brakes, 1 caught
sight of Col. Fisher on tiie other
side waving his hat to me to come
on, so I pulled her wide open and
we plunged down in Hie hole and
wriggled up the other side just 70
seconds before the water struck tho
Hack and wiped it out of existence
with a roar.
"I stopped as quick as I could
after we got over, and if you ever
saw a delighted set of passengers
they were there. You see, ihcy
didn't know anything about it until
we were down in the creek bottom,
when they saw the water coming.
Scared? Well, you can bet they
were. They had been uneasy all
Hie way from Eaton, and had been
coaxing Ed. Hoskins he was the
conductor to make me stop run
ning so fast, but when we swung
down into Hie creek bottom at the
rate of fifty miles an hour they knew
something was up, and when they
caught .sight of the Hood they saw
right away what the matter was.
They got out on the bank and acted
foolish, cheering me and throwing
their hats in Hie air and shaking
hands with me and saying 'God
bless youj' and all that sort of
thing. Oh, we had a big time there
for a while, and it was days before
we could run trains across the creek
again." Di'iiver News.
The Australia was telephoned last
night about eight o'clock. In com
pany with the Alameda she drifted
about during Hie night. Morning
dawned on a relentloss array of
breakers which forbade their en
trance. The Kaala from Kauai at 0 o'clock
this morning rode over the surf and
effected a landing.
Tho steamer l'ele coursed around
during Hie night and made a gallant
attempt lo enter the haibor but was
lorccd to desist. At 11 ::tll,howcver,
it made a successful attempt, towing
in the schooner Lavinia
Tiie YtY" lllls ".euu (trifling in Hie
Vicinity of Diamond Head,
l.'i this morning Hie Kmaii
which bail been telephoned made a
daring attempt to croas tho line of
breakers but was forced to abandon
tho endeavor. She entered port at
1 1 :-l3.
Up till midday there was no early
prospect of getting mails ashore
from cither of Hie steamships, so
that the Hui.u.tin will observo tho
Saturday h:d,f-hoHday with a, clear
conscience but no foreign news.
IM-' . '.--- - ".. ,
ARMORY, 1st BATTALION
Hawaiian Voi.u.n ;ti:i:ks,
Honolulu, March 5, IH'JO. f
IJEHSUANT to order fiom
Heailuuarters mill In con.
oinilty with tho Military Act
of 1SSM, tho Commissioned (Jllb
cers of the Hawaiian Volunteers
are hereby oidurcd to report at
tho Hilli'H Armory, In Fatigue
iTniri.riii. on MONDAY. March
IP 10. 18110. at 7:110 r. M. Nluirp. for
lliu inirposu of making a further lioml.
imlloii for Colonel for the ensuing Iwo
iX'iiu. Uy order.
4'Jl 01 MuJor.Com. 1st Uat 11. Vol.
We have no certain knowledge as
to the manner in which leprosy was
conveyed into Europe, but there is
evidence to the effect that in the
last century before Christ the dh
ease had established itself in the
Roman empire. Us subsequent
spread throughout Europe can easily
be accounted for; wherever the Ro
man eagles went the germs of the
disease would necessarily accompany
them. From this source Spain,
Franco and Germany sooner or later
became infected, and although there
are no records which enable us to
trace Hie progress of the malady in
Europe during several hundreds of
years afterward, the steps that were
taken to check its spiead in the
seventh and following centimes
sufficiently indicate Hie alurmliig
frequency of the disease and the
virulent character it had assumed.
Leper hospitals would appear to
have been established in Norway
somewhat later than in other
European countries. History tells
us that in Hie Prankish kingdom
these institutions were founded in
the eighth and ninth centuries; in
Ireland, about the year 8(J'J ; in
Spain, in 1007; in England, in the
eleventh century ; in Scotland and
the Netherlands, in Hie twelfth, and
in Norway, in the thirteenth cen
tury. During and after the Cru
sades leprosy spread with extraor
dinary rapidity, and leper hospitals
were" rapidly multiplied all over
Europe. It is estimated Hint in Hie
twelfth century there were 2000
such hospitals in Franco alone ami
111,000 in Hie whole of Christendom.
So totrible were the ravages of the
disease that it seemed as though
somo altogether now plague had
been sent to putihli mankind. In
deed some historians have asserted
that the leprosy of the middle agc3
was introduced for Hie first time
from the East by those who returned
from the Crusades. As a matter of
fact, however, leper hospitals ex
isted in England some years before
any of the Crusaders retraced their
steps westward. The Soldiers of Hie
Cross doubtless brought with them
many cases of severe leprosy, and
an extremely virulent form thus be
catno engrafted upon the disease al
ready prevalent throughout Europe.
Prussian National Insur
DL'JHXG Mr. Kieinciisehnehlcr's ab
sence 1 shall attend lo the Im-i-ncss
of above Coiupiny here, anil 1 am
now leaily to wipe Itisur.iucii on favor
Ili:i lw C. 110 1. TK.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the IntLT-l.sland Steam
Navigation Co., (L'd), held this day,
tiie following ollleers weie elected for
the ensuing year:
W. 11. Godfrey President,
.1. Kna Vice-President,
.1. I.. McLean Secretary,
W. II. McLean TiciMiiCr.
T. W. Ilobron Audltorl
W. II. Godfrey, G. X. Wilcox, J.
Kua and M. P. Kohtiisou.
.1. L. MoLKAX,
Secretary I. I. S. X. To.
Honolulu. March I, lS'.K). lull lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT Hid annual meeting of the stock
hohlms or tin: O.ihu It ill way &
Lund Co held this day, the fo'lowing
ollleers were elected tor the ensuing
.llrd Vice President.
,1. I Dowsett.
W. O. Wilder.
If. I.cwor.s ...
W. (1 Ashley.
t, 1 lauuua
II. Castle, S. U. Allen, T.
.). u. Mienccr.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Honolulu. Feb. SI), 18L0. 4!)li lw
HAVING sold out my interest in the
llrm of It More ii Co to .1. N. H.
Willkuup, all persons inilebtid to paid
firm are lequircd to pay the amounts of
their ilidehtidlli'ss to me, and nil having
accounts against said linn will pieu'iit
them to me for pa)inenl at the olllee of
It. More A; Co.
Tims. U. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. I, ltUO. -lb'.! liu
1ING ni2'-'i Mutual Telcuhone for
i Odorless Kxravalion. l lH'-!tf
Clin mai.i: nv
Xti. 8' KIligRtieet. f-w
Depurtnre Bay Goal!
E llaik "C. O. Wldlinoie."
KOK &AI.I' AT
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
100 J No.lUlim'euslieel, tin
Will hereafter make a cpeclalty
Crockery, Chlnawarc, Glassware anil
Show rmins over the lurdwaro iluptit
ineiil, (J'ti'cn siicct.
Raj" A huge nud coinp'clo stock im
pencil ill i cot from the iiiauufiietiiicrs
ami now to liiiml I V ureal ariivals.
An in (i.Ttion la solicited. 1IH! Iw
Certificate of Registration
of Trade Mark.
Di'.i'autmu.nt or tiii: I.vrr.iiioit,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. )
KXOW all Men by these Pre.ient",
that In iieeoiil.iiiee with the pro
vKloiis ot Section 'J. Chapter IV of the
Session 1,aw of 18ss, Hurt & Company
hne filed in tins Olllee of thcMhiUtcr
of tiie luteilor an application for llm
Registration of a Tunic Mark whcicof
tin' following Is an exact copy:
Which nld application is aecoiiiVinicil
hv the Oath of James Stelucr, a iiieiu
hcr or caiil Hi m of Hurt A: Co., that
they me the Mile and original pinpilc-toi-s
of the Ice Cioaui, Canilv ami Con
fectionery fur which such Trade MsuK
l to 111! used,
Xow. theicfore. this CVrtlllcatu is to
grant unto the silt) Unit .v. Coiiipiinv
Hie cxclti-ive u-e of the s;iid 'I'mife
Mail; throughout the Hawaiian King
dom for the term of Twenty Years fi out
the date hereof.
Ill wilnes whereof. 1 haw
. caused tills Certllieate to he
' issued at Honolulu. Hawaiian
..... iMamls, this Sixth Dav of
!"-AI' March. A. )). IV.MI, and the
. .-'Seal of tiie llepai'tmeut of
the Interior to bo hereto
MluUtorof the Interior.
liroki u to carriage or
dniy. (in iriinlccd
(omul; a bargain.
For particulars inquire of
for baggage w:l-
gon; Islnnil Muek ple
leiretl. Apply at llii
oilice. is; w
'PO rent for 1 month a Large
L lloom or Hull, either
giouiiil lloor oi upstair.), must
ho ceulially t Hunted. -VXi tf
BY a Married Man nt outside general
labor and by his wife to do house
work. Apply nt No. M!J Fort street.
TO LET or LEASE
"N Younir ftioet, oppo-Jto
V leu works,
Cottiiini contalnine -1 rooms;
hui'u name ami yiint, urtcMan water
laid on; very desirable for hack ordiay
business. Apply to
Alilt. FKKXAX I )!:.,
le0lf At H. O. Hull Asfcon.
JSval Estate For Sale.
rpVO Houses and Lots on
JL Itobcllo Lane, Palainn,
jftffSTU'tfc Convenient to bleani and tram
(jiii. Very healthy locality. I.ol on
IC i a ix street, near llainaiiku's L'uie. For
pirtieulars imply to
.JOHN P. IIOWLKU
OrChas.T. Guliek. I'tii.'lm
A N active American, Englishman or
' German, of good habits anil char
acter, who also spunks Hawaiian, nud
can furnish llrat-clus.'! lefuieiiccn, nifiy
obtain a permanent situation as Col.
lector, by addressing P. O. llox No.
HOUSE to JtENT.
ALAltUE a Story House,
Hist clans in every res.
licet, w itli all necessary out.
buildings, line Invu, xliadu trees, llowcr
beds, etc , veiy desirably located within
10 minutes' walk ot the Purl Olllee, will
be leased for one or iiioie yenig, at a
reasonable rental to a sclojt private
family, Apply nt
HAWAIIAN M'SINKSS AGENCY.
Furnislieil House To Let
AT Wulkiki, a two story
House, eontiiiiiug six
rooms nicely furnislieil, wlili
lcileheii, lanai, bath and Eurv.ml'ii looms,
Btihle, ets., to let for a few months nt a
reas.oiinblo rate. Or rooms will be let
hinuly wlili (rood table board.
1IAWAHAX HUSIN'KSS AGENCY.
Valuable Property For Sale
fH Kiuinnti Avenue, a
newly tuinlshcil iJttoiv
House containing H rooniH,
llilehen, b.lthiooiu, (ioelH, eurrliiire
hoiwe, i-table, hencry, etc. Gioimds
contain 'J ii 10 acies, well laid out In
Inwii?, thadu and fruit trees, tlowert",
etc. Will bo hold low, with or without
furniture hnrtua, carriage, live stock,
nud all the appointments needed in a
llrat-ehiss resilience, as tho owner In
tends leaving these Islands,
HAWAIIAN UUSlXKriS AGENCY.
A LAUGE assortment of PhotograpliR
mid Stereoscopic Views, of the
moi.t attractive Fcenery, hiilldlngs, etc ,
lu thorn Islands, for sale ul leasoiiahlu
'"HAWAIIAN I1USINESS AGENCY.
Collier Fort aud Mei chant .streets.
a JOS tf
Society of the
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer lo the public an Indem
nity Uond. Many will he nltraeted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with assests over S10.",0()0,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the icsiilts of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able lo t;liow aelu.il results on similar Policies.
"HENItY 15. HYDE,
Send for illustrative pamphlet?, or call in pciMou on Hie under-
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agonl for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of Hie P. S. Jan-1-!I0
lOt) l-'OKT K'i'KKKT, HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
-A FULL ASSORTMENT OF-
Colgate (ft (Ja's CiMrateil Pcifumes & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
WAUUAXTE1) GEXUIXK & IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
K. K. Hr.xmtr, President A; .Manager.
UoiM'KKV ISkow.n, Secretary & Tieasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. Nprcckels' JSuiik, : Fort Street, llonolnln.
IMPOllTEUS and DEALEKS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Gjcuins Haviland China, p'.aia aud decorated; and Wodgowood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamp?, Chandeliers & Elecloliers,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills it Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "G.i.elle" ll-wheelcd Killing Plow .fe Equalizer,
Illuebeaid Hice Plow, l'laiiteis' Steel it Goosenecked Hose,
LAUD, CYLIXDEU, ICEUOSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes it Urushes, Manila & Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OP ALL KINDS,
IXowc, Hose, Hose, t.
UUHI1EU, WIUI-MIOUXD of sup-jrior quality, .t STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tim Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Uaitridges,
Unit's Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipe it Holt Threading,
Hailmau's Steel Wire Fence it Steel Wire Mats,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Uungcs,
Gatu City Stone Filters,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Cirpenleis', HlaekKiniHis', Maebinists' it Pluniberri' Tools,
HOUSE EUIINISLIING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils,
Blako's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Clbbs, & Remington Sowing Machines,
Dr. Jayno & Sons Family Medicines,
Circular lo Agent?.
.Ioiin Kxa, Vice-President.
Uix'ii, l.uow.v, Auditor.
Procesh" Twist Drills,
Neal's Carriage Paints.
Varnishes, Limp Goods and
l)INGn'J20 Mutual Telephone for
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