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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1800.
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Leave Mamma 11 :(Hi 4:01)
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Leave Mmiiiim.... 11:00 I: lit 4:0.1
At i i . Honolulu. . .1 1 : IS I'M !:':;
Am II itf
btmr W (Ulnll from Hawaii :mil Mutil
Stiur .lames Makeo from Kapaa
Selir l.ttksi from Kohala
Selir Wulclm from Kiimil
Slinr llawtill from llamakua
liM S X Castle, iriililinril. for ,san
Francl-co at 10 a m
Slmr I! It bishop for Wulanae, Wiilalua
ami Koulati at ! a in
Stinr.l A CiiiumltiR for Koiil.ui llnni
Schr Lavlula for Kauai
.Slim- L'elc for llnnapcpc, Kauai
Schr Kulamami for Kohala uuil Hawaii
Schr Mile Moirlo for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVIfl'J TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl for Lahahia ami llama
kua at !) a m
Tor San FrancNco per bkl S N Ca'
tle. Apill itf Mrs .1 Kbeihardt, Mrs .las
I.vlunml chilli, Miss AUuv I.ylc, Mrs
It'lley ami daughter, and C X Stur
(U'la'ut. Fiuin Kami perstiur .lames Makcc,
April 23 Sir- O Aruolil ami 22 ilurU.
From Maul and Hawaii pur Mmr W O
Hall, April 23 Col O WMacfailaiie.Satn
Outer and wife. Dr O Foote, Julian
Momnrrat. W 11 Meltieruv, Mrs E 11
Hart. Ml" KShaw. Right Rev lbhop
of Honolulu, W Tell, wife and child,
Mrs r V Sherwood, A Heibert, and 81
The schooner I.uka arrived this morn
ing from Knluila, Hawaii, with l'J."0
bags ugar for the haik Ceylon.
Tlio .steamer .lamc Makee brought
23:11 bags sugar from ICapua this morn
ing. The barkeuthio W II Dlnioud win
docked tit the OSS Co's wharf this
morning. .She will leave next Mondav.
Thn bnrkciitliic S X Castle failed this
morning for San Francisco with 11,101
bags sugar, weighing l.Cii2,8l pounds,
and 188 barrels niulasses. Thu eon
signers were : C brewer & Co, (J023 bgs
sugar; F A Scliaefcr & Co, IlufiS bgs u
g.ir; Theoll Davic.Sifc Co, 41 1 1 bgs sugar;
(JastleVt Cooke, 30 bbls mobiles; .1 II
ilriius, 1.18 bbls molasses. Total-: ton
nage, fi:i2 ton; douuMlc value, 87(1,
420.31!. The stmr W C, Hull arrived this after
noon from windward poits with IlolO
bgs Migar, l!5:i bgs coffee. 81 bgs aw a,
27 bead cattle, 20 pkgs hides, !):! pUgs
sundries, and 2 hor.-e.-.
MAXAKU In Honolulu. April 21th,
David Mauakii, Deputy Postmaster
OeiKT.il, aged :! year.s.
The conspiracy trial yesterday
was continued till to-morrow. Six
Japanese were committed for trial to
the Supreme Court this morning, for
violating sec. 10, chapter .18, Penal
Oode. The offense is riot and is
alleged to have been committed at
the house of a countryman of de
fendants' on Heeia plantation. Ka
aihiio was fined $11.20, including
costs, for assault and battery on
Wahincalii. Three bails of Si! were
forfeited for drunkenness.
The How Henry A. Adams, the
vector of St. Paul's Church, Huffalo,
in a speech the other evening at a
dinner of the Buffalo Press Club,
took a rational and commonsensu
ground in regard to Sunday news
papers. "In nine cases out of ten," he
said, "the press speaks on the right
side. As to Sunday newspapers,
the sooner the Christian world re
cognizes that the Sunday paper has
come to stay, and that it preaches
to the thousands who don't come to
hear us preach, the better for the
people. I have always begged the
reporters not to put my sermon in
the Monday paper, but to save it
till Sunday and preach to the peo
ple who do not go to church. Our
cause is one.
"I respect the reporter as much
as I dread him. The greatest help
thu church has to-dny is the press ;
it is the sharpest to detect error,
the quickest to applaud, and the
promptest to award merit or de
merit as we deserve, and when you
find a preacher taken up by the
press and multiplied a thousand
fold next morning, depend on it
that man be he considered a here
tic or an apostate by the churchman
is speaking living truths, and the
reporter recognizes it." N. Y.
There is but one secular Govern
ment in tho world that numbers a
Hotnan Catholic Bishop among its
Cabinet ofllcei s. Strangely enough,
it is Great Britain, which has always
been regarded as tho principal
stronghold of the Reformed Church.
The Minister of Agriculture in the
Dominion of Canada is tho Right Rev.
Monsignor La Belle, former cure of
tho parish of St. Jerome, Quebec,
and now Bishop in partibus inll
riellum ami Apostolic I'roiiotary for
jafWffa'nwwiH:(iyri m MtrvirirrtMreHwr?rt,r
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
L. L. lai'tr.iiiir
lias a horse iintl i!l
A (iot.it liriu'ulcl luis lici'ti foiitul
the Opera Ilottti'.
Hawaii .v Council,
muoU lliii evening.
A. 1. of II.,
Mil. .JrsTicr. llickeiton will lie.ir
tlivotcu cate.s nl tciin to-iuoriow.
Tin: foicign jury will be ieiuiieil
nl llic Siiiieint' ('mill It'll o'clock
It is hoped that the mlveilNctnoiit
"book wanted" v i 11 meet the eyo of
the right person.
Tut: baseball mutch between tlio
Kiimeliamclia and Star club will be
gin at liiilf-pasl lliree.
Dit. Foot'i, (lo eminent iihysioian
at Knit, Hawaii, oaino to town siek of
n fovcr, by (lie bteanmr V. (1. Hull
Jas. F. Morgan will bold a laiul
loid's sale of good.s and chattel)) on
May 12, paiticulnr.s being advertised
in this paper.
Ti!i:i,'i: iri iiolliiug uioio inleicsiiug
to tlio ladies in lo-day'.s i?ii(' llian
X. S. Hacbs' new nilvcili.-cincnl on
the tiist page.
Tin: Hawaiian Iliudwaip l'oininny
cltewbcro give incleau illutitratioii of
tlio FitclierV wiougbt fclccl cooking
iiingi'.s, which they keep in supply at
their stoic in tlio Heaver block, Fort
. I.I .. .
Tub popular eonieih, "Widow
lledott," will be pie.sciiteil at Hie
Opeia lloiiFe to-morrow night by the
KijoiiH. There will likily be u crowd
ed house, and seals pluiuld be pio
cured in advance.
,. M. .lottN.soN, wlio lately appealed
fiom a nominal lino of $1 for gam
ing, his admitted offi'itfc having been
tin; conducting ot a ling tliiowing
game, was aiiested again to-duy
charged with ti violation of tlio gain
A .mki:ti.vc; of nil persons interested
in baseball will be held nl looms of
Chamber of Commerce at 12:0 p.
in. Saturday, Apiil 2titli, for tlio pur
pose of considering the feasibility of
procuring an enclosed giouud and of
lo'iiuing a slock company.
Tin: annual meeting of the First
Division of the I.iliitokalani Educa
tional Society will be held at
Washington Place, May 1 at II p. in.
The election of oflicers and other im
portant business call for a full at
tendance of members. Favorable
reports have boon received of the
progress of the three girls under tlio
care of the society. All the ineuibeis
aie requested to lie present at this
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHG.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rilles, at
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
K.,nt 7 :!!().'
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of
Sale of the late Judgo Proston's
law books, by J. F. Morgan, 11
Sale of sailboat, bv J. F. Morgan,
Meeting on baseball matters,
Chamber of Commerce, 12:30 p. in.
A native man living at Lcleo was
badly hurt ycsteiday. IIu was
working at tlio pile-driver in the
harbor, and, while resting his foot
on the end of a piece of timber, tlio
hammer accidentally stnfck the
other end. The tilting of tho stick
threw the man abytt ten feet in the
air. and in falling he struck the tim
ber. His knee cap was broken and
the part was extravasatcd. lie was
taken home where he received sur
gical attention from Dr. McGrcw.
A stiff leg for life is a certainty for
the unfortunate man, but there is
danger of injlamiimtion making a
still voi'3c result.
THE MARSHAL'S REPLY.
Marshal Soper has connrtunicated
to the Advertiser the following:
I notice that the "National Reform
Party" have published resolutions,
wherein they state thai 1 am "arm
ing the police and others, and call
ing them together at unseasonable
times under pretense of threatened
disturbances," and further, that
they "condemn the action of the
Marshal or others concerned as be
ing not only hurtful to the well-being
and good repute of this community,
but also dangerous to tho general
In reply thereto I would say that
some ten. days or two weeks ago re
liable information camo to mo that
certain persons wero contemplating
action of a nature similar to that of
The information seemed to me to
warrant and rcnuiro the taking of
some extra precautions to protect
the public peace.
.1 accordingly instructed the police
to keep an extra sharp lookout, and
requested a few citizens, upon whoso
integrity and loyalty 1 could rely, to
act as an extra guard at the Police
Station at night, which lliey did.
This has been done as quietly as
possible, with no public display, and
is all that has been done, and has, I
have reason to believe, been the
means of preventing any attempted
breach of tho peace, which might
otherwise liavo taken place.
Jno. II, Soi'i:u,
Honolulu, Aprils I, 1800.
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, 11. t.,
Aimiril (Viclii'i'llmi nl' i lie Vaunt:
."Ucii'm Clii'lMtian Asmielatluii.
The Y. M. C. A. anniversary ex
ercises were held at the hall yester
day evening. There was a goodly
attendance and Mr. T. I!. Walker.
Hie new President, was in llic chair.
Devotional exercises in the opening
were led by Revs. II. II. Gowen and
Dr. Beckwith. Miss Beclcwitb play
ed the piano for the singing.
Reports were read from the devo
tional committee by Mr. II. W.
Peel:, from the temperance commit
tee by Mr. T. S. Southwtelc, and
from'tlip committee on the Hawaiian
Blanch by Rev. Dr. Hyde. The
treasurer's repent by Mr. South wick
showed receipts for the year S140!).
7o, and expenditures $ HOCUS,
leaving a balance in hand of S-'l.O".
The icport of the General Secretary,
Mr. S. D. Fuller, showed a year of
progress. Thirty members had been
added to the roll, that now contains
11)0 active members.
The reports were interspersed
with a song by Mr. Tlico. Richards
and a duet by Mrs. K. C. Damon
and Miss Beckwith. Eloquent ad
dresses from the retiiing president,
Mr. Henry Vatorhotise, and the
new one, Mr. Walker, followed the
repot Is, and the exercises closed
with the singing of a hymn, "Where
arc the reapers i1' A social lubri
cated with ice cream and cake end
ed the happy occasion. Following
arc the committees for the ensuing
year named by the president before
the close of the meeting:
Devotional II. W. Peck, W.
Wheeler, T. Richards, J. M. Whit
ney, W. A. Bowcn, J. K. Bidwell,
C.'Ij. Carter, and II. Waterhousc.
Temperance F. J. Lowrcy, S. K.
Bishop, W. D. Howard, T. S.
Southwich, J. B. Athcrlon, J. Cas
sitlv, and II. II. Gowon.
Visitation J. K. Bidwell. A. F.
Cooke, Kd. Benncr, K. C. Damon,
G. P. Castle, J. Unmet, T. J. .Mc
Laughlin, and M. Staples.
Invitation W. A. Bowcn, W. M.
Tcuiplcton, J. B. Alhertoti, C.
Davis, W. G. Singlchurst, R. G.
Moore, D. G. Morgan, J. A. Gon
salves, G. K. Thrum, V. J. Forbes,
F. D. Wicko, and Juo. Burnet.
Kntcrtainment C. M. Cooke, P.
C. Jones, II. Wicliinati, W. I).
Howard, W. W. Hall, C. II. White,
L. C. Lyman, audi. May.
F.mpUiymcnt C. P. Castle, B.
F. Dillingham, and W. O. Alwator.
Reading Room C. M. Hyde, T.
G. Thrum, K. A. Jones.
Finance J. B. Athcrlon, P. C.
Jones, and C. M. Cooke.
Hawaiian Branch A. F. Judd.
P. C. Jones, C. M. Hyde, W. (J.
Smith, and S. D. Fuller.
DAVID MAHAKU DEAD.
It is hard to realize that David
Manaku is dead. Only a few days
ago he was to be seen at bis duty,
attentive and polite as his unvarying
manner was, in the post olllce. His
last illness was from fever of a
week's duration, but Ids health had
been bad for a year or more. The
late Mr. Manaku entered the postal
service in 1881, and for several
years past has been Deputy Postmaster-General.
He was burn of
high native lineage at Lahaina,
Maui, in 1851. Learning the print
ing trade he proved a capable work
man, as Robert Grieve his ompldyer
and friend can testify. lie leaves
a widow and two children. The
funeral will take place at ! o'clock
this afternoon. "Bayvicw Resort,"
King street, of which the deceased
was proprietor, is draped in mourn
ing. SUPREME COURT.
The jury in the Spooner assault
case yesterday failing to agree up
till y:2f) o'clock were discharged.
Chief Justice Judd and Associate
Justices McCully and Hickcrlon sat
in banco to-day and heard argument
on the three following cases:
Valdemar Knudscn vs. Louis II.
Stolz. Assumpsit. F. M. llalch
for plaintiff; Attorney-General C.
V. Ashford for defendant, appel
lant. J. Kama! vs. Albert Trask. Right
of way. W. Q. Smith for plaintiff;
V. C. Achi for defendant, appel
lant. Rebecca K. Puuku vs. Puuku ICe
lelcku. Nullity of marriage, on
question reserved by Justice McCul
ly. J. M. Davidson for plaintiff ;
lio appearance for defendant.
Chief Justice Judd at Chambers
to-day ordered that letters of ad
ministration of the estate of Pelii
(k.) issue to Peter Ilolabola. NY.
C. Achi for petitioner.
Two little clinging velvety arms;
Two little hands with robO-leaf palms;
Two brown eyes, in whose clear deeps
Tho brook's own sunshine laughs and
Two little ears like nink-whito shells;
A snowy chin where a dimple dwells;
A dainty, nose; two peach-bloom
A rcd-lipp'd mouth Ihat io(l words
A brow rcllecting tho soul within,
IJntoiich'd by gonow, uiiniark'd by
A crown of curls wbof-e tiaceries
The chestnut's warmth and tho sun
A rounded body; two rosy limbs;
A voieo like notes from cathedral
Two restless feot, and a launb of joy.
What is the total? Mother's boy.
Tho purchase of 4-percent bonds
at $123 or loss is resinned by Secre
SHIKOAVH WELL PLAYED.
Last night the Iiljou Comedy Co.
played "Sliingawn, or the Outlaw
of '".13," at the Opera House, with
the following cast of characters:
ltlauehe Desmond. ; Mis- I.iylc. l.iMgham
l.adv DcMiioml ..SIN linogenc l.hcilo
Xelile ( I'l.afety SI Us l.filic At wood
Furgus SlcCaity. the Outlaw
I lank uicavcs
...Win. I.. Unbelts
A few boys and girls of the town
assisted, taking part in the pea
sants' gatheilng and dance. Frank
Cleaves was in the title role, his
brca 1 shoulders carrying the main
interest of the play throughout. His
representation of the outlawed Irish
patriot was capital, his brogue and
by-play being first-class. Miss Ling
ham lived up to her pmt perfectly
iiiul the rest of the support was all
that was required. At a lilting op
portunity Miss Atwood brought
down the galleries by singing "Down
A tiact of about I wo acios of
mm ah laud in the town ot Oueonla,
known as Wcstcott's swamp, is be
ing ditched for draining purposes,
and the work unearths some reinaik
able processes of nature.
The marsh is underlain by an im
pervious stratum of blue clay.
Above this arc found evidences of
three successive and distinct eras of
forest growths, the trunks of the
trees and larger shrubs lying pros
trate and remaining in a good statu
The bottom layer is of deciduous
trees that grow only on uplands,
such as beech, oak and maple. The
second layer is of soft swamp woods
alder, basswood, dogwood and the
like. The upper layer is of conifer
ous trees pine, hemlock and spruce.
The last-named sunken forest is
covered with a iive-foot deep layer
of decayed vegetable matter, prin
cipaljy swamp rushes and mosses
and leaves. The puzzle to the na
turalist is the finding of upland trees
at the bottom of the marsh, with
abundant specimens of bark, beech
nuts and leaves hi a good state, of
Another wonder in connection
with the excavations is the finding
at a point five feet below llic surface
and among the trunks of the coni
ferous trees of a Hat stone about live
feet square which had been utilized
as a fireplace. The blackened stone,
the pieces of charcoal and of charred
sticks, and the bits of what seem to
be bones in the last stages of decay
indicate .that long ago nomebody
cooked his food there. New York
Airs. Charles D. Haines lias been
elected as president of tho Haines
Medina Valley Railroad Company,
the line of road now being built be
tweon Lacostc and Castorville, Texas.
For the llrst time in the history of
railroad building" in America a lady
is president of a steam railroad. Mrs.
Haines is about thirty years old, a
highly accomplished woman, and
understands the railroad business
thoroughly. .She Is the wife of the
senior member of the linn of Haines
Hros., the short-line railway builders
of New York.
GOLD Bracelet at. the Opera
Iloue. The owner can iret the
same from the umlerIgncd on proving
propel ty and paving for Mils advertise
ment. K. K. MAYI1EW,
MS It Singe Carpenter.
A N'Y person bavini; in
Xl Moil Vol. L'l of the
dla Iliilaiinlca," belonging to the late K.
Preston, will please return it to
fills lit Jas. F. MORGAN.
FOIJ SALE CHEAP
HOKSK, Harness &
brake, all in
L. L. LUMEKKK.
S8 1 w
HAWAIIAN Council No. (W'.i, Ame
rican Legion of Honor, meets
THIS fFrlday) EVENING, at 7::m
o'clock, at Harmony Hall, Kin;; sftcot.
5:'.S It Secretary.
fPIlE (juiuterly annual meeting of the
A Paeillc Hardware Co., (I.'d), will
ho held at llielr olllce on WEDNES
DAY, April :10th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
.IAS. (!. .SI'K.MJKK,
A T MuUk
XV. will br paid to
ild bird to
.V.I I lw
PARTLY EurnWied :t
Room Cottage "Ilh
arilen. Apply al '-No. 1S7
Nuuaiiu avenue, above 1st bridge."
A GRAND Masquerade Hall will lake
V place on Tlll'KSDAY. thu loth
May, lw'JO, at the Honolulu Rllles Ar
mory, Ueretniiia .street, the proceeds to
lie given to thu Portiigueo Ladles Cha
ritable AfXielallou. Tickets of aibuU
Mou SIM will be .sold Inter. :M td
APJUL 25, IftftlO.
Auction Sales liy Juirics F. Morgan,
LANDLORDS SAL OF
Goods & Chattels
Dlmt'riiipd nil I In Xoii-nnj incut
mi fcMiiieti'il bv James It. Iloh.
dr.. to -ell at I'iiIiIIi- Auction
On MONDAY, 31 uy ISHi,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 11..
Of said day, at my .Sali"ionm, on ijiieeii
.Mtieet. in the Citv of Honolulu, the lol
lowlng ipeilbcii Hoods mid CliutleU of
Fouk I.ung, a lute tenant of uid Jauie
It. Holt,. In, lu s,ihl Cit of Honolulu.
distrained tor annus of lent, and lin
ing been held the statutory length of
time by the said, lamer. It. Holt, Jr.. vl:
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
And Other Ware. Curios and Other
Hood, Chattels and Kffects of Mild
Fool; Lung, taken from Ills torc In
"Holt's Block,'" Nmiaiiu stieot, In ald
ClU of Honolulu.
.J .VS. F. MOHGAX,
.1. M. Monaural Altoruevforl.aiiilloid
Honolulu. April '.'j, IMi'o. Vis td
EXECUTOR'S SALE Or
Ity order of CKOIL BROWN. Kxe
ciitdrof the Kstate of the late Kd. Pres
ton, deeea-ed, I will .sell at Public Auc
tion, at my .salesroom. Queen -tieots,
SATURDAY, April S,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M..
Of said IMatc.
J AS. F
On SATURDAY, April S8,
AT If O'CLOCK NOON,
At Brewer's Wharf, I will sell nt Tub.
lie Auction, tlio
IS feel Center Itiiiiril Mull lloat
" BELLE OF THE BAY"
Mast, Snili, Anrliou,
joJrFor further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTiON SALE OF
On TUESDAY, April gSHIi,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. n..
At the resilience of Mi:. H. MACMII.-
LAN, Niiiianu street, adjolnln
I will sell at PublU
Parlor Furniture !
rpholstcred lied Lounge,
Plush Seat Chairs & Rockors,
Curtains it Cornices,
B. W. Bedroom Set,
libit!; Walnut Cheffouiere,
China A Japane-e Tea .Sets,
1 Supreme Range,
1 2-wheel brake.
1 Hut Harness, Etc., Ktc.
.IAS. F. MORGAN,
Ex. Bark "John DL Brewer"
.lust Arrived from P.o-toii.
C. BREWER & CO.
oiTim run sai.i: a
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Evening Buggies,
Extension Top Cabriolet,
Extension Top 2-scat Side Bar,
From the celebrated manufactory of
Geo, L. llrowiiell. New
Of the well-known Dole A: Osgood
BGy The piib'lo arc Invited to in-peet
thou Goods at the More of
0. BREWER & Co.,
iVJ7 lm :ll Queen stroor.
Society of the
12x tract From Animal Circular to Agcntn,
"We puiposo placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Bond. Many will "bo attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with assusts over S 10.",000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its iutiinsiu merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (a3 jou arc
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.
"1IF.NRY B. 1IYDK,
Say Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on tho under
signed. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the P. S. Jan-1-110
A LAIWii: ASSORTMENT OF
From S.f0 to $100 F.aoh.
The Al. A. SICKD and tVie CAUHl'TT DRV PLATES.
The YEAH HOOK OF PIIOTOO It.vPH V,
HIUTISlf PlIOTOOKAl'HIO ALAIAXAf,
UH FOKT STB6KKT. ; : : ; t : UOSOMJMI.
Famous Grand Active it Golden Anvil
With Broiler & Hot Water Attachments !
Onfthlrd Less Fuel, eillnr
in existence !
XSST No Brick Work About It ! Just a Clean Cut Slovo ! Sd
Whose Baking: Qualities arc Unsurpassed !
This (tiato is of a triangular form baing lliree i-urfuees which ate ie
vereible, bo that a separate top .surface can lie um-iI oh alternate day."; or if
the one mirluco in cour.se of iieo rhowa any wear then the other can be turned
up, and mi on the other, making it equal in duraVihty to three distinct Grati'ii
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckelb' Hank, Honolulu, II. I.
K. It. Hi:.si)uv, President ,; Manager.
Godkiikv Ilitow.N, Secretary A; Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. NiirttckflM' Hunk, : Fot'tKtrvct, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and docorated; anil Wedgcwocd
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Cbandcliors it Electolier.s,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A completo assortm't of Drills it Filen,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Clazello" Il-whooletl Riding Plow it Equalizer,
IMiichcaid Hiee Plow, Planters' Steel it Ciooscncckcd Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
P.iintH, Varnishes it Ilrushes, Manila A. TSif-al Hope",
HANDLES OK ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hone, Howe,
UU1UJEU, WIUE-HOUND of ypurior tjuality, it STEAM,
Agate Iron Wine, Silver Plated Waro, Table it Pocket. Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Cap.s, Tim Oulebr.ited"Club" Machine-loaded Cart ridges,
ACrldlNa'H If OK
Hail's Patent "Duplex" Dio Slock for Pipo it Dolt Threading,
lliirtiiiaii's Steel Wiro Fence it Steel Who Male, ,
Win. (1. Fishur's Wrought Steel Ranges
Onto Oily Slono Fillorf,
"New Process" Twist" Drills,
nov-29-69 XealV CarriiiKO Paints.
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A'XI'A1. OF PlIOTOtHJAi
And PIIOTOUKAPIUC AlOSAIO
wood or coal, than any otber Stove
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Cr.cu. iSuow.v, Auditor.
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