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TIIUHSUAY, MAR. 20, 18S0.
OAIIU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. 1. M.
Leave Honolulu 0:00 -J:W
Arrive Mamma UMS 1:I8
Leave Miiniiiiti 11:0) -1:XI
Alilve Honolulu -Ai 4:13
A.M. 1. M. P.M.
J.CiiVC Honolulu... SMBO ia:H0 !l:00
ArilveMnnnna... .10:18 1:18 : IS
Leave M nnuiia . 1 1 :1'0 1 :4:t 1 :0.'i
AiiIvp. IJ(nioliilii...11 1J8 J'.'M -I !":
Stmr UK Bishop from circuit Oahu
Schr Kiiiillliiii lriim Kimai
Schr Moktioln fiom Ewa
Am bktne John Smith, Kustcl, for Sun
Stmr J A Cummins forLahnina
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnntt for Illlo and way ports nl
2 p in
Stmr U It Bishop for Wnlnnao, Waialua
nud Koolan at '.) a in
The Ameilcan whaling baik .Sttiin
boul arrived Tuesday aflcriiuou from a
cruise with 00 barrels perm oil. She
was four montlH out fiom San Frnu-el-co.
i ho bark Alice Kuowles brought
110 barrels sr.enn oil. Their oil will bo
The American barkentlne Planter,
Captain F A Dow, sailed yesterday
aiternoou ior tan I'rnnciseo wan mo
following cargo: II llackfeld & it, 13,
177 bags sugar; M . Grlnbamn it Co,
y,181 bagH bugar; J II Bruns, ISO bbls
niolieees. 'J'oiuls: 15,C.8 bags sugar,
!I13 tons, domestic value, 887,4110.40.
The .ehooner Lihollho bi ought 1745
bags sugar fiom Wsianuu yesterday
afternoon, nnil tho schooner Kaullluu,
:1U0 bags sugar from Kauai.
The barkciillue tlohn mith sailed this
afternoon for San Francisco.
The steamer IVlo and the schooner
I.rtvlnlu arc coining off the Marine Kail
way this evening.
The bnrk Allien Bessu Is discharging
at the Oceanic Company's wharf.
The steamer J a Cummins brought
yesterday CO bags sugar fiom Koolan.
She has gaue to La'ulim to bring (low u
cane seed for the Ewa plantation.
Mr. A. P. Peterson, Deputy Attorney-General,
is about to retire
from the ofllce of Deputy Attorney
General. Business reasons have in
fluenced him in the step.
Mr. Chas. Crcigliton, one of the
Deputy Marshals, will succeed Mr.
Peterson as Deputy Attorney-General.
It is said that Mr. Gardner- K.
Wilder, attorney, will succeed Mr.
Creightou ns Deputy Marshal.
Mr. Saml. F. Graham retires from
the position of chief clerk in' the
Marshal's oillce the last of this
month, lie will bo succeeded by
Mr. J. Mort Oat, a popular "Hono
lulu boy," just returned from a long
stay at the Const.
A MODERN MIRACLE.
A Frosclior Conducts Ilia Own Fnn
et'ul by tlio Vnotioceuph.
New York, February 24. A pho
nograph was to-day put to a new
service, being made to preach a fun
eral sermon over the corpse of tho
author. For tho pastfouryears Rev.
Thomas Allen Ilorno had resided at
Larchmont, spending tho declining
years of his life ntteuding to a litllo
farm, bight months ago his wire
was carried to the grave. Lately
Mr. Horno has been laid up with
pneumonia, and last Friday ho ex
pired al the ago of 77. Hu had left
explicit instructions as to his burial
and the services to be held over his
vcmainS, and yesterday his dining
room and parlor were filled with
mourners, who had come to pay
their respects to his memory.
When a song had been sung a
roll was put in the phonograph
by the dead man's nephew. It con
tained the funeral sermon of his
uncle, uttered by himself. Seldom
had a more impressive ono been
listened to. It sounded so weird
that two ladies fainted and had to
lie carried out. Tho woll-rcmember-ed
voice of the deceased clergyman
told of how nt tho time Hint his au
dience would hear him he would be
in thai land whoro tho wicked cease
from troubling and the weary are nt
rest. Ho went on to say' that he
would havo passed the portals of
ignorance, and would have entered
that existence where there would bo
no further mystery, but whero all
things would have been made plain.
It enumerated the virtues of the
deceased aud prayed to God that tho
speaker might be considered worthy
to become a member of that portion
of God's kingdom whero lie might
At this point of tho nddrcss tho
deceased had evidently broken down,
and from the instrument the terrible
sounds of a strongman weeping nud
unable to restrain himself broke out
with terrible realistic forco and
caused a Bhuddcr of horror among
those who were present at this ex
traordinary service, Tho interment
took place in Woodlnwn Cemetery.
After the coflln had been lowered
into tho grave the impressive servico
of tho Episcopal Church was rend
over it, still in tho voieo of th.u decerned,
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tin: Royal Hiiwaiiiin Hand will
play lo-mnnow evening, nt (jitccn
Emma hall, on Nttnat'ti street.
Tin: Itoynl Hawaiian Band played
uL llio residence of Mr. .l.F. llackfeld
this morning, in honor of lion. '.
Inculing fiiloly loUitned fiom (Jct-nmny.
Thus fur tlueo chilis, the llonoln
Imp, Stars and KninuliaiiiehiiH have
signified (heir intentions of ontciing
the Icnguc. It is probable the Hii
walls will come in also.
The regular cash sale of L. J.
Lovey will take place to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, when & general
assortment of merchandise, and also
a saddle horse will be disposed of.
Tun U. S. S. NipMo will probably
sail for a cruise to Hilo on .Monday.
Commander Lyon is expected back
from tho other inlands by tho steamer
Likeliko on Sunday. Tho Nipeic will
stay at IIilo about two weeks.
II. B. M. S. Champion minstrel
troupe will give its entertainment on
Saturday evening. Bear in mind
that thu performance- iis in pupport of
ii worthy institution, the British Be
Rr.v. A. V. Burt has resigned the
position of Principal of IIilo Board
ing School. Mr. and Mrs. Willard
S.Terry, foimerly of Kaniohainrha
School (tho latter as Mips lieunior),
will tako charge of tho IIilo institu
tion. Bniorii: Mr. .Instico MeCully this
morning argument was lieaul, deci
sion being reserved, on demurrer to
bill for injunction, in Tlico. II. D.ivies
vs. W. II. Daniel, F. M. Hutch ap
pearing fir plain tiff, W. O. Smith for
A REiin.wiSAi. of tliu Mik.ulo com
pany to-night at 7:30 will tako place
at tho Ariou ball. As the ditto of
the entertainment approaches each
rehearsal gives fresh pi oof of tho
success of tho cast and tho excellcnco
of the clioniH.
Tun three hnildings two residences
and storehouse with olfice on tho
Kahuku plantation, Oahu, niu up
pioacbiug completion. Mr. J. Oudcr
khk, the contractor for the erections,
goes over to-morrow to Mipcrviso tho
Tun IIilo Kecoid of tho 11th lcunu
that the llamakua Telephone Co.
have riccurcd the services of a "rat
tling good man" to attend to their
lines. It theicfore congratulates tho
public on tho prospect of an improve
ment in tho Ecrvico betweon IIilo and
Mn. J. Ouderkirk has received tho
contract from tho O.ihu Railway A
Land Company ,.for tho construction
of tho whaif at the terminus. Its
dimensions will bo CO feet by 200
feet. Mr. Ouderkirk having had much
experience in timber work, this un
dertaking could not Iihvo beuu plscod
in better hands.
Mn. Piorro Jones has been request
ed by tho MotoorologicalOfficoof Lon
don to take charge of tho instrumenti
left by Mr. Honry Cobb-Adams, lately
of the Refoinintory School, aud make
and foiward the weather it-ports. Mr.
Jones Will liko Mr. Adams kindly
furnish tho Bulletin with a copy of
tho monthly lecoid.
Tin: IIilo Rocoul of tho 11th says:
If the rain keeps up much longer.
IIilo will have to be hauled into tho
dry dock to clean tho moss ofl" hor
bottom. Tho giound id waterlogged
and sq tho surface toil is being wash
ed by tho ucro into tho noa. Tho
only consolation wo havo is, all the
other islands aio in tho same fix.
Yesterday afternoon a collision
between a carl and tramcar occurred
near Capt. Mist'B residonco on N mi
nim btreot. Tho driver of the cart
was a Portuguese whoho sight is
somowhat impaired. Ab soon as it
dawned on him that tho tramcar was
no thoroughfare ho altered his routo
with tho happy consciousness that
tho shock had piovon tho durability
and stiength of his vehicle.
Fivo cases were remanded to tho
Arthur Hunt, on chnrgo of drunk
enness, was found guilty. The same
individual on charge of disturbing
the quiet of the night was nolle
Three cases were remanded to tho
A. Schwcizcr was fined $2 for
In tho caso of Hex vs. Arthur
Johstouo charged with libel in tho
llrst degree by maliciously making
and publishing a libel nt Honolulu
on or about March 1, 1890, by pub
lishing in a newspaper called the
Elele in an article entitled, "Neg
lected Promises," iidiI more particu
larly that portion of said nrticlo
commencing, "The people of Ha
waii," a continuance to Monday,
March 21, was ordered by mutual
EVENTS THIS EVENINC. ,
Drill Co. A Honolulu miles.
Monthly moeting, V. M. C. A.,
Honolulu Chapter N. 1 R. A.
M. nt 7:U0.
Rehearsal Mikado Company, at
Arion hall, 7:80.
Regular cash sale by L. J. Lovpv,
10 a. m.
Steamer ICinau sails at 2 p. m.
JOB PRINTING ol all klndi oxo.
uuted at tho "Dully Bulletin" Office.
Ncenri'S ncl'ctloii"VnWrl VIcwh.
J. J. Williams has ngaiu evolved
one of his novelties In tho way of
advertising. This advertisement is
dcbiuncd to promote ttavel by way
of IIilo to tho Volcano nnd is made
in the interests of the Wilder Steam
ship Company and Messis. Wilson
Bro-!., Hilo. A frame say 1A feet
by 4 feet holds several views of the
scenery along the route. In the
centre is a huge view (18 inches by
22 inches) of the lava llow of '81.
The photograph was taken by Mr.
Williams the day before tho llow
ceased, nt 4 p. ni. The view de
picts the climax of fury obtained
by the dread flood. Whilo Mr. Wil
liams was taking the view people of
Hilo were busily engaged in trans
ferring their effects, capable of
transportation, across the Walluku
River. Tho picture is a very faith
ful reproduction of the llcry ava
lanche which kept its onward march
despite Mich drawbacks as hills and
ravines. The scene as a representa
tion nlmost recalls the horror attend
ing the scene as nn nctuality. Under
this view in bold letters uppenrs:
"Wilder's Steamship Company,
coiner Fort nnd Quern streets, Hono
lulu, II. I. Scenery on the Hilo
route to'lhc Volcano." J. J. Williams,
The quadrangular space surround
ing this larcc view is filled with
smaller ones 8 inches by 10 inches
mounted on cards 10 indies by 12
inches. Underneath each picture is
a descriptive title printed in large
goldon letters. The scenes present
Cocoa Nut Island, 2 views.
Honolii Gulch, showing bridge.
Waiauuenuo street, Hilo, from
Wuianucnlie btreet, Hilo, Irom
Road. to Volcano, 3 miles from
Birds' eye view of action part of
Volcano from Kuu Bluffs.
Dana Lake, Volcano of Kilauea,
Heiau, Kawniliae, ruins of ancient
templo and place of sacrifice.
The views displa great taste in
selection. Feathery outlines, sha
dowy effects and sombre details
give evidenco of equal fidelity. The
view of the crater from Kau Bluffs
presents tho vapory cloud nbova the
furnace as a sort of beautiful drape
ry. Tho representation of Dana
Lke was secured by Mr. Williams
during his late visit to the Volcano
with tho Raymond and Whitcoinbe
excursion party. All tho views of
sconery in and around Hilo are
beautiful nnd picturesque. At
something to delight tho eye the
grouping of views is & decided suc
cess, and as ideality enters to a large
extent in the composition of the
tourist mind, it is probable that the
cluster of pictures will servo tho pur
pose of a successful advertisement.
Six frames will be placed in this
cit', one each in tho following
places: Ofllcoof Wilder's Steamship
Company, Ofllce of Oceanic Steam
ship Co., Hawaiian Hotel, Eagle
House, Oahu Railway and Land Co.
depot, and tho Hamilton. A framo
will also ho sent to the office of .Ino.
D. Sprcckels &, Bros., San Francisco.
It is probable a few may find their
way to t lie Colonies.
The form of advertisement reflects
credit on the enterprise of the Wil
der Steamship Company and Messrs.
Wilson Bros, of Hilo aud it a pictor
ial evidence of llio skill of Mr. Wil
Jerry Rusk's stage-driving days
covered a period of some years. Ho
was ono of ten children, and when
his father died was but fourteen
years of age. A great responsibility
devolved upon him as the eldest, of
tho children remaining upon tho
Ohio farm, and ho secured the job
of driving stago betweon ZanoBvilio
nnd Newaik, Ohio. The coach was
of the old Concord pattern nnd wns
drawn by four horses. Ho didn't
put on the style conildcred essential
to a modern four-in-hand, but he
got there just the same. Ho used
but a singlo rein, aud, instead of
being high up on a box remote from
his team, he sat down among them
within easy reach of all.
During the period that Jerry Rusk
sat behind a team of four horses
driving a stage he mado the acquain
tance of a boy about his own ago
whose occupation consisted in driv
ing a slow, solitary mule along tho
tow-path. The tow-boy was James
A. Gaitleld, and it was in these lowly
walks of lifo that they llsrt formed
a friendship which later was cement
ed even more closely, though after
thu ono left tho tow-path nnd tho
other abandoned his stage-coach they
did not meet again until the Civil
War broke out. In later years when
they wcro in Congress together they
jocosely referred to their former
occupations. Garfield would say to
Rusk: "Jerry, you aro of no
account; you wore only a stage
driver." "Well," the latter would respond,
"whnt wero you? What did yon
drive? 1 handled four horses on a
stage, nnd you you steered ono
little insignificant mule."
It is recorded by Garfield's
hfographcrs that ho was something
of an athlete when a boy on tho tow
path. Ruek was an athlete, too,
and both enjoyed a great roputntion
as wrestlers. It was their skill iu
this athletic sport that canted their
BAN.UUTUJ, H. 1., MARCH 20, 1S.!)0.
first meeting. Gaitleld was aheatry,
rugged young fellow and ruled
favorite, but Rusk's friends wero
not to bo bluffed. Tho canal boy
and stage-driver met nt a country
fair. Each found that he hud met n
worriiy foeman. For a lime it was
nip and luck, but finally, by a
tremendous effort, thu stage-driver
threw the canal boy completely over
his head Garfield's shoulder wns
broken and he lay scpseless on the
ground. The visitor was greatly
f lightened, believing nt first Hint lie
had killed his opponent, nud never
again engaged in a wicslling malch.
When Garfield became President
lie did not forgot the friend of his
boyhood. Without consulting the
latter ha nominated him to the United
States Kcuate.ns Minister to Para
guay and Uruguay. In one corner
of the commission, which Uncle
Jerry lias preserved to this day,
"Jkiihv J. A. G."
It wns a reminder from a
called upon mechanically to
perhaps hundreds of Stnte documents
daily that he had not affixed Ids
signature in this instance without
bestowing a thought upon the friend
of Ids boyhood. Milwaukee
LINCOLN'S FOOT MEASURE.
In the window of a shoe store on
upper Broadway is an interesting
placard displaying the penciled mea
surement of the feet of Abraham
Lincoln, taken during his occupancy
of the White House. Tho outlines
aro drawn upon sliff, brick-colored
pasteboard, each sole being equal
iu length to a pair of .ordinary num
ber twelves, nnd wide iu proportion.
It surprised me, because I never
had heard that Lincoln had large
feet. But nobody wiio ever looked
at Lincoln's kindly and sad face
would ever think of looking at Ids
feet or could even sec that he was
awkward or ungainly. f'- Y. Star.
OUR new spring styles of Ikblmriie
Siuiw Hats, just In. M. Mclticrny.
ANOTHER lnvoino of Fine Irish
Linen bliirts, just to hand. M.
llclnerny. .'01 lw
CLOTH I NG. Clothing. Another In.
voice of eligautsprh galjlui. Men's
and Hoy's UloiUlng, jusl in. M. Mc
Inornv. 501 lw
Will give a performnnco at thu
Saturday, March 22nd,
!uMuImu nl ft 1. M.,
til Aid (if
tlm Brltl h
Followed by the Xegro Puree,
-TO CflXCT.mE WITH-
BOXING and SINGLESTICKS.
Prices as Usual-Doors Open at 7:30
Hot offli'.s open al L.
i , Mnich
auction roams nt !) o clock a.
A SMALL JNVOICK--
Just the Thing for the Holidays
Pacifio Hardware Co.
MRS. OSHORNE Is now prepared to
give Instructions In Fancy Work
at "Tho Arlington," Room C. Class
Liiiroiih: MontlayH, AVeduesdays and
Kildnys. Private lesions by special
arrangement. Stamping mid orders
promptly nltmided to. feblM-ly
HAVING sold out my Interest in tho
Him or R More ilc Co to J. N. H.
llllauis, all persons Indebted to said
firm aru required to pay tho amounts or
their Indebtedness to me, and all having
nccouaiB ngaluHt said llrm will present
them to mu for pavmeut at tho olllco or
R. More i Co.
Tnos. It. LUCAS.
Honolulu. Feb. 1, litM). 4hli lm
NOTICE Is hereby gUen todepo-dtors
hi thu Savings Bank Depnrtmuut
ol Clans Spreckels it Co. that, from and
after tho Jht day of April, 1800, thu in
terest allowed on deposits will I in re
duced to four (4) per cent per annum.
Depositors will be allowed to withdraw
thulr deposits up to that date without
giving tliu usual notice, hut, if allowed
to remain after April 1st, said deposits
will bo considurod as subjoct to tho rule
and regulations published In tho Pass
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
diUery Stable Snpplios !
Tim I'nclll.' llarrtu-nt-e C'u.
Have j lat tcicivnl a Hue line of
Also, Chamois Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
full 8upplioj Geuerally. tf
Of Sj:i fraud -to,
Practical Piano. Plpa & Rcsd Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Having worked In mw nf t)iu larjrust
pUno mikI olefin luutnrliK In the United
estates of America, I n:n lull utile and
iircrnrcd to do nil Marts of lepair work
in the moit satMiieif.ry-iiifitiner.
VST Orders can be left at H. V.
WielimanN Jewelry Stou. Foil lteot,
nl tlio Advurthtr oilleo, n.- through
Mutual Tnlephonu No. M47. fOD 1m
T n 2
iliiDiilktiiiw' Shoe (lo.
Itrccivcrl ex Xptltindii, Saturday,
n lnrgo consignment of
FINE GOODS !
Midiiitu anil very
Dr. GEO. P. ANDREWS.
HeMihnco & Ofllce:
Corner Kins ami
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
XTOTIOB is hereby ulvi-n Hint at tho
-L annual mectint; of tliu stockholders
In thu Hawaiian Fiuit & Turo Co. the
follnwine: wero clectul to ? ervc as olll.
cere for tliu ensuing jcar:
John ltlcliarrtson , ... President,
Chas. Copp Vice-President,
A. N. Kepulkni Auditor.
W. II. DANIELS,
Wailuku, Maul, Miuc'.i lit, IfcUO.
TO purchase, a Sccond.haml Kafe
Apply nl this office.
41 fl lw
I Horse for puck,
in'. Apply nt thu
llnwiilluu I'rcIiIc Cm.
hie Works, font ot
A SITUATION as I'uj ueer or Luna.
Well (iiiallfiuj to 111 I either no-i.
tlnu References Irurpilied.
"P. IL," this olllcc. "
o. 128, drawn hy tliu llo
Snir.ir Co. Feb. 10, IS'JO.
for 83!tf) has been lost or stolen. All
parties aro huivliy wnmed against
u-KQtlatliiK framo.- ""'' VJ- In)
IS hereby given Unit I will not be re.
pmidlbh) for the payment nf any
dobu contracted in my name, without
my written order.
Honolulu. March 12, WHO. Mill lw
a vo uoiico mat.
on ttato wo
hnvc resigned our attorneyship in tti
alfali s ot U. Rcrtclmanu, ot Pllna,
Kauai, Iu favor 'of Suan Uerteliiinun,
Wlfo of C. Ilertelmann.
March 17, 1800. . r0Klt-i:ii 11
AtJI'KCIAL meeting of the stock,
holders of tho Star Mill Co. will
lw held at tho olllno of W. U. Irwin &
Co, on THURSDAY, tho 20lh Inst., at
II o'clock a u. Business of importance.
W. O. IRWIN,
001 td Secretary.
T7IROM the Coast a
choice lot of
JL Clg'Ufl, Oigireltes
which will bo mid nl verv low prices.
HANS I'm KRSKN,
No. HI King street.
17IRBWOOD for mlo at Hawnlinn
. Commercial Salesroom, corner of
Queen and Nuiiann ft reels. 408 tr
tho Daily Bui.li:tin, of
S thu dates npeellled below, Go cents
n copy will nu pain ior 1110 satin
dullvery at this olllco:
January 1, 1MHO, is Cople.
F-lirtinry 4. IHHO. M :oilew.
tuts same ou
awl A rP ront or mon1 ft Largo
jlfjiTjl X Room or Hull, cither
fjQXJM ground lloor or upstairs, must
h centrally tltuntcd. 403 tf
Keiil Estate For Sale
TWO Houses and Lots on
Robello Lane, I'nlama.
Convenient to steam nnd train
cur. very noaiiny toeniiiv. i.ui on
Kinsc street, noir llamauku's Lane. For
particulars apply to
' JOHN F. BOWLER.
OrClms.T. Qullok. 400 3m
Society of the
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hnnds to offer to the public aU'Iudetu
nily Bond. Many will bu utlrncted by the fact that you nre"selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with usuests qver S 105,000,000.00, anil
will not fnil upon examination to sec Its intrinsic merits.
"This, willi our various forms of Pontine Policies will, (as 3011 are
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
ndvantages over others, a3 no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual reunlts ou similar Policies
"HKN'UY 13. HYDE,
taT" Smd for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the under
signed. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHTV
General Aqent for tho ITnwaiinn Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jaii-I-9fl
r II ll T i! U d A S3 11 S!
I lay B.a h uu U B w
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ,
AMATEUR OUTFITS ! ":
From ?8 50 to ?100 Each.
T'kodM CAMERAS T j
The M. A. SEED nnd the. CAR11UTT DRY PLATES,
The YEAR ROOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
Cheaper tliixix Wood !
Our Lawn Fenco prolccls a lawn
- FOR SALE
HAWAHAM HARDWARE Co.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu, II. I.
E. R. Hcs'uiiy, President S: Manager.
GouFMiY Bnow.v, Sccrotary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HASBWAEE CO.,
Oppo. Nprcckcls' Itauk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS nnd DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuino Haviland China, phi a and decoratoil; end Wedijcvnod
Pinno. Lihraiv it Stand Lamps, Chandeliurs it Elcctoliorn,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A
Tlio "Gazollu" 3wlioeled Riding Plow A Equalizer,
BUtebcaid Rico Plow, Planters' Steel A Uooseneuked Efose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEDD,
P.viuts, Varnishes A Brushes, Manila A. Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, JL-Jowe, Hose,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of stiporior quality, A STEAM,
Agalo Iron Waro, Silver Plated Wnro, Tnblo A Pocket Cutlory,
Powder, Shot A Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machino-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Pntonl "Duplex" Dio Stool; for Pipo A Bolt Threading,
llartman's Steel Wiro Fence A 8teol Wiro Matf,
Wni. G. Fishor's Wrought Steel Reuses,
Guto Oily Slone Piltora,
"Now Proces" Twist Drill?,
nov-29-89 Neal's Cxriag 1'aiutn,
Circular to Agonts.
i fl 0 1 1 Q '
PJ u ii o i
BBTER & CO.,
without concealing it, suitable for
Churclies, Cemeteries, Etc.
Jonx Exa, Vice-President.
Cue 1 1. ISuo.v.v, Auditor.
coiupleto assor'.m't of Drills it Files,