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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, JI. 1., MAI?OfI 18, 18U0,
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THURSDAY, MAK. 13, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
l.'-ave lliiniiliilll !i:(H
Anlw Maii'ina !i:IS
l.eae Mamma II ;0n
A i rive Honolulu litis
A. M. 1'. M. I M.
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10:18 1:1H :):I8
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At rive Honolulu... 11:18
Slim Jns Makee from Ktiu.il
Mtmi Al.anial fiom'Lvcnu Maud
Selir Kiilaiiianii tor Kohal.i
Stmr Iwalani for l.alialna mid llaina
l;ua at 10 a in
Am lirn Alcalde, Snillli, for I'oit TnWIl
selld VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sehr Knulkraoiill for Koliala
.S S AutinTla, Ilnudletto, for San Finn
I'Nt'o at 12 noon
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TllK W. (I. Hall iw iluo tn-mniiow.
A ltr.MiNdiuN typo wiiler in for
Hand conceit al tho lintel to-night,
don't nuns it.
Ur.MKMiiKU Kawaiahan Seminary
conceit Saturday night.
Tun I'lirndicu of Ihu Pacific for
,Mni cli i.i ihhUL'd,
IIkad M. Mclncrny's i-pccial Mylis
A sit.hai. meeting of the Star Mill
Sugar Co. is announced elsewhere.
S.H. Austiiai.ia sails for .San Fran
cisco 12 noon to-inoirow. Mails clo.io
nl 11 a.m.
Tur. rehearsal of thu Mikado Com
jiany tidies place to-night at 7::H)
o'clock al tho Arion Hall.
Any expecting guests wlio have
not. iccoivcd their invitations to (lie
hall of Co. A, will please call at the
Poslolliee for Ilium,
Tim: whaleis Win. Lewis, Alaska,
Triton, Stamhnul, and one as yet un
known, iiiu oil' poit to-day, in addi
tion to the Hunter.
A cut of a section of the Jlnrt
nuitiii steel wire fence appeals in
another column. Head what Mr.
Hendry says of it in print- and then
go and listen to his ahlu vncalUm on
IIanijicrait is at hand. - Its me
chanical excellence lcllccts credit on
tho amateur compositors. Tho arti
cles are breezy and sensible. Allu
sion is made to the practical benelits
of manual training.
The meeting of the joint commit
tee of the Mechanics and Woiking
nien's Political Protective Union and
the Hawaiian Politieul Association
has been postponed fioni last Friday
as announced to to-morrow evening.
Tub central mirror of the Hoyal
Saloon 10 feet by fi feet is fiacturcd
diagonally across the width. It will
be replaced by next steamer at a cost
of not less than -fiOO. A line black
walnut bar with veneer of French
walnut and provided with brass fool
lail is finished.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. A, Honolulu Hilles,
Rehearsal Mikado Company, at
Arion hall, 7:30.
Hand concert at Hawaiian Hotel,
at 7 :30.
Honolulu Commaiulery No. 1 K.
T., at 7:30.
The Hoyal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at the Hawaiian
Hotel (weather permitting) com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. , Fol
lowing is tho programme:
Overture Frolicsome Students.. Suppo
Wall. lloggar Students MillocUcr
Select lou Tra vlata Vol di
Medley Night hi New York.... Brooks
Poll Puiiiuliaiui, I.Ike no a Like, Main 1
Selection -Offeiibaclilaua Conrad!
Polka The Dragoons Fahrhaeh
(ialop Acrobats It IkoK
Kin Pat for needlessly mutilating
alipr80 was sentenced to one month's
imprisonment at hard labor and to
pay costs of $1.00.
A number of (.'hinamen were re
manded to a variety of datos. Man
uel Kilva was also remanded to l.'ttli.
All Mo wag discharged, it not ap
pearing that nil tho monoy in his
pocket-represented the exact amount
picked up by him on tho street.
Mito and Su Ktila for loving not
wisely but too well were assessed
S17.7.' and 832.75 respectively.
An assay of tlirco intoxicated in
dividuals yielded $12.
Liloa for deserting contract ser
vice was permitted to return to duty.
OUR AMERICAN LETTER.
Tim Amri'lrnti Mucin- ICi'llner.v Nhitt
Down .-A Itwrlvcr Appointed
The Situation IHhimihni 1.
San' I'ltAKCitco, Feb. 28.
The budget of general news might
liu made, very heavy, hut there is
not much on tho whole that would
interest Hawaiian readers. As you
an; likely to enter somewhat largely
upon irrigation works on O.ihu and
other islands, involving the con
slriiclinu of dams for storing water,
the collapse of tliu Walnut drove
dam in Arizona may probably he an
exception. This dam was built at a
cost of 8(i((),()()(), ami was intended
to catch and retain the water fiom a
drainage area of -lot) square miles,
but it collapsed suddenly a few days
ago and, as in the Johnstown disas
ter, the Hood swept everything he
fore it. The water travelled down
the narrow valley at the rate of
forty miles an hour. One hundred
lives are known to ho lost, but the
conditions of settlement were such
that the actual number cannot be
ascertained. Tliu collapse of tliu
dam was owing to sudden pressure
of water caused by a cloudburst,
although from the faulty construc
tion and dishonest work in part, its
tlustt tiction was only a question of
time. This dam was described in
the January number of Sciibner,
and was onu of the largest works of
.the kind in the country. As tliu
Hawaiian group is subject to the
sudden precipitation of large quan
tities of tain great care should be
taken in tliu construction of dams
both in regard to the character of
tliu work and tliu plans upon which
it is 'done, if similar accidents ate
to be avoided.
Tin: AMinnoAN sucau .ttr.rixKitr
is again in dilllculty. Judge Wal
lace appointed a receiver on the
18th, with ordeis to wind up thu
business in the interest .of the own
ers of the property. Senator Pat.
Hcddy, a pioininent lawyer, was
named receiver, and he at once fur
nished bonds and took possession.
lhc trust ollicials refused to recog
nize his right, hut the, receiver lost
no time in making them understand
bis position, lie insli tided the
New York Miporinlcndcntof the rc
llnery to slop operations as soon as
the sugar in process of manufacture
was liuisticd, so that there should
be no waste, but the superintendent
kept on melting sugar as if nothing
had happened. Receiver .Keddy
"fired him," and put the superin
tendent of 'the Alvarez, beet lellnery
in charge. Since then there has
been no sugar rellned by the Ame
rican company, and no man can tell
when any more will be.
But the ti ust dies hard. I'pon
the new manager going ituo posses
sion the trust lawyers, Wilson &
Wilson, applied to the Supreme
Court for a writ of prohibition ad
dressed to Judge Wallace and the
receiver, directing them not to in
terfere with the business of the re
finer' until the Court had decided
the case of the People vs. The Ame
rican Sugar Refinery Company on
appeal from Judge Wallace's de
cision. The writ was issued late in
the afternoon of the 19th, hut it was
ton late to He effective. Orders
had been alrcatty given to stop su
gar making. The result has been
that the trust, by this writ, tied up
the lellnery and prevented the re
ceiver carrying on refining if lie
were '.o minded, because he could
not order a renewal of work. Two
hours sooner and the refinery would
at least have kept on making sugar
to March 3d, the date when the writ
was made returnable.
Having overshot the mark on this
point another plan wa3 tried. The
Chronicle got up sensational articles
about sugar famine and the danger
of a Sprockets monopoly. Inter
views were had with Tillman and
Hemic!, Albeit Marcs & Co., and
other stockholders and brokers for
the American refinery, all of whom
declared that they could not get su
gar to supply their customers, that
they must send East for it, and that
Messrs. Sprcckcls would not sell it
to them although they admitted they
had not tried whether thoy would
or not. None of them had dealt
with the California Refinery for
yeani, but they knew just how it
would be if they should apply.
They did not tell why they thought
it hopeless to apply to Messts.
Sprcckcls, because that would have
been a dead give-away. However,
the reason may well be told. Clans
Spreckels refused to give largo buy
ers any advantage over small buy
ers, treating all his customers alike.
Tho American refinery gave- an ad
vantage equal to A per cent, to a few
large' buyers who had the inside
track, and it is these men who, hav
ing lost this advantage and arc un
able to control the jobbing trade,
join in the- cry of a sugar famine.
Major Daniel s known jn Honolulu
whpre it U said ho cut a wide swah
of promises about steamboats, etc.,
and breaking down Clans Sprcckcls,
none of which have been redeemed ;
bill he clings to the scpond-liand d,c
coration which tho King bestowed
upon hini as a reward for his pro
mises with as great pride as if ho
had kept thctiK
This agitation has been vory
gloverly worked up, and a huo and
cry has been raised because Hie re
finery hands liavo been temporarily
dismissed under tho Receiver's
orders. Not a word is said about
the California Refinery taking on
more meu and paying higher wages
than Uio American Refinery, which
reduced wages over six mouths ago,
Nor is any mention made of tho dis
missal of thousands of men East by
the Trust which closed up ten rc
lltieiics and raised thu price of sugar
two cents per pound.
Thu California refinery has raised
the pi ice of while sugar cent per
pound, in two advances of th each.
It had been unreasonably low. The
Chronicle, which acts as tho Trust
organ, makes a point of Ibis, al
though sugar is no higher here than
in the Kast, ami keeps up thu old
light against Spicckcls. Hut the
trade lakes no slock in that ti'gu
limit, as there Is an ample supply
for consumption and no chance of
any scarcity. Tliu receiver has given
permission to the Trust 1 1 dispose
of 8100,000 worth of sugar it has in
stock, but it refuses to do M) in the
liopc-of creating a scarcity and so
exciting popular agitation to in
tluencc the decision of the Supreme
Court on appeal.
At the outset tho newspapers of
litis city were lather taken with thu
agitation in favor of the Trust on
the labor question, but as the sub
ject began to be ventilated a little
they soon dropped on the Chroni
cle's cunning game to gel up a
popular demonstration in favor of
thu sugar monopoly and opinion is
hardening against it. Thu "poor
working man" plea comes with bad
grace from those enemies of labor,
Havemeyer, Searle, Klder & Co.,
and the Chronicle itself. And now,
in desperation at being hoist with
llieir own petard, to wit, the writ of
prohibition, they have cited Judge
Wallace and Receiver I'eddy to ap
pear and answer a charge of con
tempt for disobeying an order of the
Supreme Court on March 3d, which
order is the writ in question. So
the legal proceedings are getting u
little mixed, but no one has an idea
even that the Supreme Court will
disturb Judge Wallace's ruling. The
law is so cle.tr that no other course
than confirming it is open to the
Court of Appeal. The Sugar Trust
must go and the American Sugar
Refinery be closed up.
Meanwhile the California Refinery
holds the fort and will continue to
hold it after tliu Sugar Trust has
become a thing of tliu past. I'ut
what aru thu Islands clients of thu
American Refinery to do with their
sugar? Their contract with the
American Refinery was transferred
to Havemeyer & Klder, and so far
two cargoes of sugar from the Isl
ands have been lauded and stored in
outside warehouses by that linn.
Other cargoes will probably be simi
larly disposed of, because if the
sugar is stored in the refinery ware
house it would go into the possession
of the receiver and out of their
control. How long will Havemeyer
iv Klder keep up this losing game.'
How longshould the Islands planters
risk it? There are tints two sides
to the question, and as the contracts
have never been recorded either
parly may determine to put an end
to existing arrangements. Have
meyer could stand considerable loss,
as he is reported to have made six
million dollars in Wall street by
manipulating trust certificates, but
he is not a man to squander money
no matter how loosely made, and he
will probably avail himself of the
chance of dropping out of a bad
bargain as it has turned out.
Of course the sugar could be ship
ped round tliu Horn to New Yoik,
but it would deteriorate on the voy
age and the planters would be kept
a long time out of their money. It
is for the producers to look ibis
question square in tho face.. They
should net deliberately and not
make a third mistake, which might
be worse than those preceding.
Their first mistake was in becoming
sugar makers and entering the
American market as competitive
manufacturers. Their second mis
take was in endeavoring to protect
themselves against the risks of busi
ness competition by joining an un
lawful and criminal combination to
stop production and raise prices. A
third false stop is to be avoided if
possible, and a return to first princi
ples would not be a bad idea. Those
who hold Trust certificates are not
on secure ground by any means, be
cause by their own act they have
lost their direct interest in the
American Refinery property, and
are liable for the obligations of the
Trust whatever those may chance to
The situation in tho Kast is un
changed. The Trust, having offered
such tempting terms to Claus
Spreckels to cither join tho combina
tion or sell out, and having failed at
all points is forced to face the situa
tion. There will be no compromise
with the Trust. Mr. Sprcckcls says
he has made this his life work and
lie will go through witli it. Work
has been begun on the second re-
lluery on mo uciawarc, ten acres
having been acquired for tha,t pur
pose, and tho boilerlOise is already
built. It will supply power to both
refineries. When this new refinery
has been completed, Mr. Spreckels
will be able, with tho California Re
finery ami the ait) of llqse refineries.
which have nqt joined tho Trust, to
meet the requirements of the coun
try for rellned sugar. There, are
only foijr or hyo trtist refineries in
Under these conditions of course
it will bo impossible for the Trust
to pay dividends on a nominal capi
tal of fifty millions and nlso pay
700,000 a year to tho head men of
tho organization as salaries. Ac
cordingly it is proposed to reorgan
ize the Trust and retiro 830,000,000
of certificates. l is said tho Trust
has 811,000,000 in cash and raw
sugar, am' property valued at 8-1,-
fi00,000. The estimated gioss earn
ings are $10,000,000. When the
running expenses are taken out of
this, the total will he whittled away.
Under the new scheme pieferrcd
stock will receive 0 percent per an
num, ami will share pro rata with
the common slock all Ihat remains
after thu latter has been paid, 8 or
10 percent as the trustees may de
termine. The new organization is
to be incorporated in New York.
What must strike holders of certifi
cates is the great shrinkage in Tiusl,
propel ly. When -it was organized
Ibu enemies of the Trust credited it
with 813,000,000 properly; It has
shrunk to almost one-lliiid.
how has this $!l,ri()0,000 shrink
ago been absorbed? Property
(that is, land and buildings anil
machinery) does not disappear from
view leaving nothing whatever be
hind it. Nearly two-thirds of the
Trust propel ty has passed out of its
control and there is no money to re
present it in the Treasury, because
the cash has been accumulating
since the hostile decision of the
Courts and the order against paying
dividends. Moreover, there ' is no
separalu statement of cash and
sugar value, nor is there any dis
closure of liabilities. It may be
taken for granted, however, that the
Trust managers have taken care of
themselves, and that the new deal is
being engineered in their interest.
The following telegraphic item
from New York appeared in the
Kxamincr of the 23d: "William
Newbold of Phi'adelphia gave Mrs.
Claus Spreckels a dinner during the
week. Philadelphia usually so im
pregnable socially, has opened wide
its exclusive doors to the family of
the Sugar King, who continues to
twist the Sugar Trust's neck in his
own characteristic manner. He
makes corners in raw material and
what the trust won't take he refines ;
what they must have they have to
pay his price for. The Kasterners
are furious but helpless."
Advices from Washington are
favorable to a retention of the duly
on sugar. Colonel Spreckels was
examined by the Committee on
Ways and Means, and his argument
made a great impression on the
members. He staled that if tliu
duty were retained in a few years
America could supply its own wants
with domestic sugar. He referred
more especially to beet sugar.
Should the duty remain as at pre
sent Hawaiian planters will have to
thank Claus Sprcckcls lor it, be
cause the Republican policy was lo
reduce it one half and a strong
party favors total abolition.
HOW TO SAVE DOCTOR'S B LLP.
Never go to bed w illi cold or damp
Never lean with the
anything that is cold.
Never begin a journey
breakfast has been eaten.
Never take warm drinks and then
immediately go out in the cold.
After exercise of any kind never
ride in an open carriage or near the
window of a car for a moment ; it is
dangerous to health or even life.
Never omit regular bathing, for
unless the skin is in regular condi
tion, the cold will close the pores
and favor congestion or other dis
eases. When hoarse, speak as little as
possible until the hoarseness is re
covered from, else the voice may be
permanently lost, or dilllculties of
the throat be produced.
Merely warm the back by the fire,
and never continue keeping the back
exposed to the heat after it has be
come comfortably warm. To do
otherwise is debilitating.
Never stand still in cold weather,
especially after having taken a slight
degree of exercise, and always avoid
standing on ice or snow, where the
person is exposed to the cold wind.
When going fiom a warm atmos
phere into a cooler one keep the
mouth almost closed, so that the air
may be warmed by its passage
through the nose ere It reaches the
Keep the bank, especially between
the shoulder blades, well eovcrcd ;
also the chest well nrotccted. In
sleeping in a cold Tooin establish
the habit of breathing through the
and never with the mouth
S. Y. Mail and Kxpress.
OUR new spring stylet
Stntw lints, just In.
Linen Shirts, Just
of Flue Irleh
to hand. M.
CLOTH I NG. Clothing. Another In.
volcu of elegant springfltyles. Men's
and Hoy's Clothing, just In Al. Me.
Inerny. f.Ot Iw
for hiuririiiie wa
gon; Island stock pre
ferret), Apply at this
oiUt-e. 4S7 '-'w
w rpo rent for 1 month n Large
gg&!fn JL Renin or Hull, cither
mtMBm ground Hour or npsiulrs, must
ho centrally iltiUcil. 405 if
TO LET or LEASE
Jttli fN Yoiiiir Mi
HEmMI Cottngu contain!
'nrks, a Cmall
ilnir -1 roouifli
huge tlohlo and ymd, ailn.iinn water
luhl ntij very tleslulilu for hack or dray
liimlnesa. Apply to
W If At K. O. Mall Son.
ARRIVAL OF AKAMAI.
J anno Mcnrcli anil Itn SurccHstuI
February (llh the gallant steamer
Akamai commanded by Captain Un
derwood and chartered by Mr. G.
I). Freeth left Honolulu on a Voyage
of discovery. It wos Mr. Ficelh's
intention to appropriate any guano
or phosphates lying around loose
for the benefit of himself and asso
ciates. After a rough voyage of
several days Lycan Island loomed
up. Lycan Island having a goodly
store of guano and being duly
"heeled" with phosphates was al
once transferred lo the possession of
The island is about 3A miles in
length by 2 miles in wldthT On one
side a sandy beach extends down to
the sea. The other.is guarded by
a reef. Good anchorage in say
eight fathoms of ' water can
be had on the west side.
The topography of the island is fiat
and the average altitude docs not
exceed Ihirty-llvc feet. A lagoon is
in tho center of this acquisition.
Such parts as are -not monopolized
by the sand lagoop are covered with
guano. Phosphates of different
varieties abound also. Three palms
do the shade act and vines creep
everywhere. No other trees were
visible. Sea birds, ducks, curlew
and plover arc plentiful. The water
is mostly surface.
The intrepid guano investigator
landed and built a house, taking
possession of the island. Two
men were left with injunctions to
hold the fort. The inhabitants pro
ceeded at once to the election of
olllcers, laying out of town lots and
creating of a real estate boom. The
return passage of the steamer was
as rough as its outgoing one. A"
Chinese cook was swept overboard.
The Akamai arrived this morning.
Mr. Freeth brought many specimens
from the island.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
ill hereafter m:il(i' it sik dally
Crockery, Chinaware, Glassware and
Show rooms nvtr'UiaJj'inlwnre depart,
muni, Qiil-'lh street.
t& A large and coiup'ctu stock int.
polled diieet fiom the iimnuni('turrr;
mid now to liand by, recent ariivitls.
An inspection is solicited. 4UI1 Iw
NEW YORK LINE !
AN Al Vex-el will be despatched for
Honolulu to sail from New York
In all the mouth ot April. Orders for
goods to bo plilpped Oiy this vessel
should he forwarded' 'as' early as possi
ble to Insure shipnieut. For further
particulars iniiilieof the Agents,
UASTI.K & COOKK,
Or, W. II. CItOSSMAK & lUtO..
77 & 7! Uroad street,
IS.'. 'Jin New York City.
Curliitoato of Registration
of Trade Mark.
DCl'AUTMI'.NT OP TllK I.NTKItlOK,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. J
NOW all Men by' these Presents,
that in accordance with the pro
visions of Section 2, (Jlmptcr IVottlie
Session Laws of 18S8, Hart fc Company
have llled in thu Ollleu of the Minister
of the Interior an application, for the
Registration of u Trade Mark whereof
the following Is an exact copy:
Which said application is accompanied
by the Oath of James Stclucr, a mem
ber of said linn of Hart & Co., that
they are tho sole and original proprie
tors of the lee Crcami Candy and Con
fectionery for which such Trade Mark
is to he used.
Xow, therefore, this Certificate Is to
grant unto the said Hart & Company
the exclusive use of. the said Trade
Mark throughout' tl'in'llawallau King
dom for tho term of Twenty Years from
the date hereof. , ,
In witness whereof, I have
. caused' this Ccrtillcatc to he
' issued tit Honolulu, Hawaiian
..... I Island, this Sixth Dav of
rthAI' f March, A. 1. -lHUO, and tho
. .' Seal of- the Department of
the Interior to ho hereto
L. A. THURSTON,
tiiii Iw MlnlMcr of the Interior.
IS her by given thrift will not bo rep.
ponsihlo for' tho payment of any
debts contracted hi my name, without
my written order
Honolulu, March Yi, imiO. MX) lw
'' ' r .
HAVING sold out my Interest In tho
linn of It More & Co to .1. N. H.
Williams, all persons indebted to said
firm aru required to pay tho amounts of
their Imlelitcifncas to me, and nil having
amounts against said firm will present
them to mo for payment at tho oltlcc of
It. More & Co..
'I'lios. K. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1K). 482 lm
JiCJil Estalo For Sale..
rpYO Houses and Lots on
JL Roliillo Lane, Palama.
Convenient to sU'iun and tram
cam. Very liealtliy locality. Lot on
Kim; street, near llamauUu's Line. For
particulars apply' to
JOHN F. 1IOWLKR.
OrCh:v.T. Otilieli. 4H0:ini
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States. , '
Extract From Annual
"Wc purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Ilond. Many wilTbe attracted by the fact that you are selling tho
bonds of a life insurance society with" nssests over S10."i,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"UKKltV U. HYDK,
toOr Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, F.quilable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Janl-!)t
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Olienpei tlia.ii Wood !
Lawn Fence protects a lawn
Lawns, Parks, Gardens, Churches, Cemeteries, Etc.
FOlt SALE BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
.r01 tf Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Hank, Honolulu, II. I.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
From 8.fi0 to :fl(H) Each.
1 1 KODAK CAMERAS Tj
The M. A. SEED and the CAUBUTT DRY PLATES,
The YEAR BOOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPH IO MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER 6l CO.,
109 VORT HTHKKT. ::::::
E. It. Hknduv, President & Manager.
(iODKituv ltitow.v, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Nprcckt-lH1 Hunk, : Fort Street, llnnulnln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Elec.loliers,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assoitm't of Drills it Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION-!
Tho "Gazelle" .'-wheeled Riding Plow it Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel it Gooseuecked Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes it Brushes, Manila &. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hone, IloNe,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of sup-nior quality, it STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tim Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Curlr'ulKes,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Bolt Threading,
llaitniiin's Sleel Wire Fence it Steel Wire Mats,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges,
Onto City Stone Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
nov2'.-8'.l Nenl's Carriage Puiiilt.
Circular to Agentfi.
without concealing it, suitable foi
J6iin Kna, Vice-President.
Ci.t'ii. IIiiow.n, Auditor.