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DALL1 BUIiLlfiTUN : HONOLULU, II. J., JUL' 10, iasn.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 18U0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
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LetlM) J I Oltttllll II ... .
An ho Honolulu...
A.M. l M. v. m.
Leave Honolulu... '.'::;) ia:liu :t:00
Arrive Miiutinu... . 10: IS 1:18 U:I8
Leave Mnuunn . . . . 11 :0o I'M 4 :(i
Arrive Honolulu. ..11:48 LMJ1 4:i":i
Stmr Wnliiuiniilo fioni Wuhihui uutl
Stmr O II HMiop from eheultof Oaliu
SehrMitry from Hmuilcl
Stmr Hawaii for llamnkua at 10 u in
fculir Mot Wah'lnc for llainakua
4-nistd sclir Olga, Hodin, for San
Sehr Mary K Foster for Walinea
Sohr Kawallanl for Koolau
VESSELS LCAVINC TU-MORROV.
Slmr Walnianalo for Wninnau aud
WnLilua 0 a in
Sclir Llliolllio for Electa
For Kuiuil per stmr Mlknlmln, July 1"
lcv W C Mcirltt, E Jl WiiUii, .f
LovelnnU, S Lalnc, T Musakl, G O Nn
cariuna. J Ltipp nnd wife. Mrs von
Ki"user G 11 Slol.ain. V T Purvis, J
Hardy, G FUher, Master Scholtz and 4S
For .Maul per "tnir Llkellke. July 15
Mrs Osborne and cblld, Alls Mlllo Alor
!, Mi-fe.s MoLaln (2), Pedlar, Ada
Whitnev, Hattiu Titeotub, lto-e; Wit
Cusllu, A P Dcvoilll, E G HilcUcouk,
Masters Willie Wblluey, Hiram lJing
hatn, and 15 deck.
I' or San Fianc.Uco per scbr Olga. July
10 -Mr and Mrs A F Thatcher, E L
Spink, Mrs (J F Jlodln. .Mrs O'Camp
ball and" child, Mrs 11 Clieston aud
djughter, V AlcXell, A V l-"ultatimi
CARGOES FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Sehr Sarah & Ella 331) bag rice fioni
bchr Mllta Morris 400 bags rice from
Stmr Kaimiloa 2S20 lings sugar from
Sehr Llholiho 1203 b ngs sugar from
Sehr Mary 070 bags sugar from Ha-
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
llr ship Blengileld sailed from Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug 21
Gcr bk Adbuls from Bremen
C5 ur bk Faust, from New York via Bra
zil Ilk Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Birker from London, sailed Apr
15, due Aug 23
Am likAldcn Besse. Howard, from San
Francisco (for Ivaliului), due June
4-mstd sehr Robert Lewers, l'enhallow,
from San Francisco duo July ID
Tern W S Bowne, Bluhm, irom San
Francisco due at Mahukona July 19
Brbk Geivan from Liverpool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 15-30
Haw S S Claudiue from Glasgow
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Francisco duo Aug 4.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S V S Charleston, Roar-Admiral Geo
Brown, from San Francisco
U S SNIpsie. MeCm-ley, from Hilo
Am bk Ophir from Newcastle, N S W
Am bgtne W G Irwin, J L McCulloch,
from San Francisco
French Flagship Dubonrdieu, Admiral
liegnault dc PrevnenU
Am bk 0 D Bryant, J II Jacobseu, from
Am bk Forest Queen. Mollc, (com Sau
Spoken .Tuno 5, lat 75, long 34 IV,
bark Martha Davis, from Boston for
,Bkt Klikltat loads, lumber at Puget
Sound for Honolulu
The Hawaiian bark Lady Lampson,
Captain F O fc-odcrgrcn, arrived Mon
day evening, 13 days from San Fran
rlsco, with 730 tons general merchan
dise. Had pleasant weather the. entire
The brlgautino V G Irwin will sail on
Friday for San Francisco.
The American l-iuasted schooner
Olga, Capt U F Kodln, sailed to-day for
S.iti Francisco with 14,010 bags sr.gar
shipped as follows : F A Schaefer & uo,
0381 bags sugar; Tlieo II Davles & Co,
4120 bags sugar; C Brewer & Co, G01S
bags sugar; J H Druiifi, 137 bbls moliis
bes. Totals: 882 tons; domestio value,
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC
Drill Co. A Honolulu Hillcs,
at 7 :30.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
drnl,at7:30. Services at Central Union Church,
Oalm Lodge No. 1, K. of 1'., af
Mystic Lodt'e No. 2, K. of P., at
Meeting Pa9t Chancellors, K. of
P. 7 ;80.
Meeting Ilealani Boat Club, 7:110.
Saturn and Venus coquetting.
BEST PAPER to subscribe
JL lor is the "Daily
nta per month
f you want n lluo cigars
i;o to C.
Mystic Lodge No, 2, K, of P.,
TVfEETS at 7 o'clock sharp THIS
1YL (Wednesduyj EVKNING. A
full attendauco is requested. Installa
tion and other Important business.
J. M, McOIIESNEY,
COOlt K. of It. ifcH,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A savings bunk
!i2T5,'lui!) Iioon lost.
lines hook, No.
MYSTIC Lodge, IC. of P
ut 7 o'clock lliitt evening.
Tin: Hell Oonli
afternoon, llml it
hard ut Kwu.
.il repot toed
Invitations in a bill ut tlio l'.ilncc,
Kiidny evening at H:K0 o'clock, urn
Past Cbunccllors Kninblx of Py
lliiax will ftM'iiililc m Piiutlu Hull of
Mystic Lodge, ill 7:"0 tliU escniiiK.
K. O. Schumann, lintel sired,
ciuiiuge.w, IiiijjkI1'.-'! bicuk-i,
euiriiiHc materials, itc, for
Tin: closing cxcicisis at lolaui
school will take place on Friday the
18th at li p. in. 'All are cordinllv in
vited. It was Captain Fohlbchi that used
a tdiair with imh good u fleet on L.
Seymour in the Supreino (.'ntut jes-
The Past Chuticellors of Hie
Knights of Pythias will be tutuiuot-
ed at the residence of Mr. F. lloin
Tun postponed regular monthly
meeting of tho ITealani Hoat Ohiti
will be held this evening at their boat
house ut 7 :!10 o'clock.
Cait. Sodorgren, of tho Lady
Lainpson.nnd Pilot Balicock have
our thanks for San Francisco papers
os tlio 1st inst., enabling us to give a
budget of news tlueo days later than
by last steamer. .
"Peck's Had Uov" kept a crowded
house laughing last night. The ting
ing of individuals oT the l'ivoli Gaiety
Company was paiticnlaily enjoyed.
The faioe. will be repeated at a ma
tinee Thursday afternoon. Saturday
evening the eomjmny'will play "For
The examination of candidates for
teaclieiM' eertilieates announced in
Hie olllciiil notice of the Inspector
General to be hold on Saturday next,
is postponed until the following Mon
day on account of tlio Saturday ex
cursion on the railway, to which the
members of the convention nie in
vited by tlio President of the Hoaid
A Ciiixaman is locked up in the
Station Housu on a, clnrgo of robb
ing chicken houses at. Palauia. The
fellow is tall, well built and sly-looking.
He is the same person who
was caught at chicken stealing by a
mounted policeman, about a year
ago, and bus been convicted of that
oflbn&o twice. The Ghinamini to
whom the chickens were sold was
also hauled in. Mr. Paiko found 0
and Mr. A. Jones :i of their chickens
among a. number of fowls at the
"Wednesday, July lti.
The House opened at 10 o'clock.
Hep. Kalua, on suspension of the
rules, presented h petition from the
Board of Genealogy of Hawaiian
Chiefs, asking for 81,206.00 due
them for four months' services prior
to repeal of the Act. Finance Com
mittee. Noble Crabbe, petition that road
from Iwilei to Fuuhale be finished,
petitioners offering 10 feet of land
on each side. Finance Committee.
Itep. Cummings, petition for S10,
000 for opening a rpad from Liliha
street to Nuuanu, and from Nuuanu
street to Wuiolimu. Public lauds
committee. Also, a petition for
810,000 for opening a road from Li
liha street to Palckai bridge, thence
to Fort street. Also, a petition for
$7,000 for extending Kukui street
to Liliha street. Public lauds com
mittee. Rep. Bush, petition ftom Koolau
poko, for appropriations for roads,
namely: Pali road, 835,000; Dwnpo
to Kaneohe, 83.000 ; Palekai to Wai
heo, 81,000; Kaalana, S 1,000; Pa
kole, 8800; Waikanc, 8800; Uwapo,
82,000. Public lands committee.
The President asked the Secre
tary to read the reply of lion. C. R.
Bishop, President of tho Board of
Education, to questions submitted
by resolution of Rep. Kahookano.
Enclosed were a list of teachers cm
ployed by the Board, a list of teach
ers imported lrom abroad with res
pective lengths of service, and a
list of dwelling houses provided for
teacners. m anywor to the ques
tion as to reason for importing
teachers from abroad, Hie reply
stated that It was because tho homo
supply was inadequate. The reply
was ordered to bo printed.
Rep. Cummings moved that Jas.
Auld, watchman at Alilolanl Hale,
be paid $2-10 for the two years end
ing March 31, 1800. Referred to
Minister of the Interior.
Rep. Bush moved that, whereas
statements have been made in tins
House that certain persons holding
olllces in the Interior Department
had engaged in conspiracies against
His Majesty and the Government,
His Excellency tho Minister of In
terior be requested to state whether
it is tho intention of the Govern
ment to retain these persons in of
llee. Rep. Nawahi moved that the edu
cation committee request the Presi
dent of the Board of Education to
lay before the House u copy of tlio
instructions issued to school agents
relative to payment of expenses of
teachers attending the convention
Minister Peterson gave, notice of
a bill to enable trials to bo held In
this Supreme Court in addition to
thoc in term ; also, of :i bill to pro
vide for inspection of medical es
tablishments of the kingdom; also,
of a bill to amend (he Act lo miti
Rep. Wnipuiluiii gave notice of n
bill to provit-lu accommodation for
piostitute.s in Honolulu.
011111:11 or THE PAY.
Tlio House proceeded to consider
ation of the Appropriation Bill in
committee of the whole, Rep. Na
wahi in the chair.
Department of Mir Interior, con
tinued. Compiling statistics ot the king
Minister Brown said the item was
for the purpose of pacing the ex
pense of compiling statistics of tho
different departments. Tliii would
make a valuable book but should bo
left lo private enterprise. He moved
It be struck out. Carried.
Messengers, 82100. Pased.
Incidentals, 83000. Pissed.
Bureau of Survey. Salary of
Surveyor-General, 7000. Pushed.
Expenses Bureau of Survey, SoO,
000. Minister Spencer by request gave
a .detailed statement, of Hie ex
penses making up the item.
Noble Widemunn, rcfeiring lo a
stated item of 85000 for survey of
Molokai, said he thought there was
an appropiintion tor tins purpose
last session. Molokai seemed to be
costing a good deal for surveys.
The House should know more.about
the expenditures of this bureau, and
lie moved the item he referred to a
Noble Burchardl remarked on
810,000 for surveying homesteads,
which seemed a large amount lor
Rep. Wilcox spoke of the bureau
as a "family compact" thai exclud
ed young Hawaiians who had learned
surveying in the schools. Tho re
port mentioned the illness of one of
the staff ai a reason for delay of
the work. They should not vote a
salary to a man too sick to work:
lie ought to be pensioned.
Minister Brown, replying to No
ble Widomann, said one benefit of
Hie Survey's work was tiie recovery
of Government lands held in private
Rep. Bush said that the bureau
did tilings without authority of the
Legislature. The item should be
investigated by a committee.
Noble Pua criticised the increase
of 815,000 over the appropriation of
Noble Kauhane spoke of the great
benefits of this bureau. Before its
establishment lauds were sold with
out the sellers knowing how much
they were selling. The Government
Survey had cleared up titles and es
Rep. Kaneaiii regarded the money
expended on this survey as anything
Rep. Baker told of employees of
the bureau killing lime around
Hilo bunting turtles on the beach.
One of them was nearly killed
chasing bullocks in the vood3.
The motion to refer to a select
Registry of Conveyances Salary
of Registrar, SG00O.
Noble "Widemann said a great
boast was made by tho great Reform
Government last session- over the
advantage that was to be had from
a change in the system of the olllce.
He thought he toid them at the time
that it would be seen in the next Ap
propriation Bill, and there it was
"Re-indexing old records, $3300."
They had better go back to the old
Noblo von Terapsky To the Gib
Noblo Widemann No ; nor to
tho Reform Ministry. I would
rather go back to the Gibson syBlem
than to the Thurston system. You
can bet your bottom dollar on that.
Mr. Gibson always acted liken gen
tleman, which Mr. Thurston never
Noble Baldwin said tho lion. No
ble was indulging in personalities
and ought to be called to order.
Noble Widcinaun said he had
great respect for the lion. Noble in
springing lo the defense of his
Rep. Brown moved that the com
mittee rise and report the whole Ap
propriation Bill lo a select commit
tee. Theu that select committee
could go to tlio Government anil
say, "Wo will fitn the whole Gov
ernment." He would like to know
what a committee of the whole was
for if it was not for discussing aud
passing upon thoso items. He won
dered whether the lion. Noble hud a
protege ho wanted to put in that
olllce and pay out of his own pocket.
It looked that way.
Noble Widemann disclaimed all
personal interest In the matter.
Minister Brown saw no reason for
Bending the items to a committee.
Noblo Muller would vote tho
Registrar's salary with tho condi
tion that ho devote his whole time
to the olllce aud do no other busi
ness. Rep. Wilcox was of the same
opinion. Tho Registrar was to lie
seen wandering round like thcglinst
of tho Reform Party.
Passed as in the bill,
Deputy Registrar, 81000. Passed.
Pay of Clerks, 85500.
Rep. R. V. Wilcox objected to
Mils as another lump sum.
Minister Spencer moved the item
pass us In the bill, and gave ti de
railed statement of the pay of clerks,
tanging from 875 to 830 a month,
with S1U0 for extra hire.
Incidentals, 8950. Passed.
Re-indexing old records, 83300.
Rep. Bush asked for tin explana
tion, and was referred by Minister
Blown to the page in tlio Interior
report, whero the information was to
Noble Widemann moved that the
ilin be sttucl: out, as the late Gov
ernment promised 1 tie Legislaturo
llutt this work would lie done by
the slalF in regular winking hours.
Passud as iu bill.
Copying records land commis
sion, $3150. Passed.'
Committee took recess from 12 to
MHETIXG- J," OTI CIS.
1JAHT Chancellor- Knights of Pvthl.is
will assemble at tlio rustle" Hull
of Mystic Lodge No. 2. at 7:30 o'clock
sharp THIS (WruiueMlav) EVKNMNG.
July Hitli. ' 0t! It
OAIHJ Lodge No. 4, K. of P.. will
meet In convention TO-MORROW
(Wednesday) EVENING, at 7
o'clock shiu-p. Instead of 7::i0. All
luciuliers ale icipiested to be punctual.
tjWjU IC. of It. A; S.
Meeting oi" Slnukhlilcr8.
"VTOTIOE Is liereby given that a spe
i. elal meeting of the stockholder
of the Oalm Hallway it Land Co. will
lie held at the olllce of the Companv mi
THURSDAY, July 17th, l.v.U). at 0
o'clock r. M., for the puipo-e of accept
ing the mad from the contractor, and
amending tins by-laws.
Bv order of Hie Pre-ldent.
W. (!. AS1ILBY.
V.ll) til Seeri'tm-v.
PoavoII's tfntrir'tire Express,
IAS. POWELL, formerly employed
tj at Union Feed Co. for several
years, baviug gone Into tho baggage
express business, solicits patronage.
Stand, coiner of King and lielhel
streets. Olders can lie left at Young
Nap's cigar stand. Haggage delivered
with promptness aud. care to any pai t
of city. jtufe 7-!'0
FOit SALE CHEAP
A COMPLETE oiitUt for making and
dispensing carbonated beveias
all lu good order.
Hit of ill liealth Dr. ,T. M.
Hutchinson to take chargo
of his olllce
until his return.
rpilK undersigned have sold out the
I dry goods busbies'! heretofore car
ried on by them at No. .17 it 50 Hotel
street, to"Mr. A. G. Sllvn who will con
duct tlio business on his own account
Jiom aud after this date.
M. A. (20NSALVES & CO.
Honolulu, May 21. ISM). rS.' tf
ALL claims ngaiuit the. "Honolulu
Dairy" to .June 1, IbilO, must be
left at the olllc of J. A.Msigoon within
yo days from date. Mesr. llcwctt &
Jacobseu are authorized to collect ail
hills due the '-Honolulu Dairv" from
May 1, 1S90.
J. I DOWSK'IT, .Tu.,
Honolulu, .11111011. 1690. .Vtttf
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Pago in the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 123 Fort street, I am
prenared to continue tint above business
under the old name of Honolulu Car.
riiige Manufactory, and being un old
experienced carriage huilder 1 enlicit
the patronage of my old friends and the
public in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the Imsincsa and with ex
perienced workmen and using only the
heat material 1 guarantee general calls.
faction. Please call and see mu bcfoie
(Signed): GIDEON WEST.
Honoiillil. Or-I. W, ISKll. Mil If
Kx. Win. 11. Dhnoiul,
O O A L O I L
OK IIIOI1 TEsT,
LEWIS & CO,
On MONDAY, July IhJ,
There will bo Bold at Public Auction,
at KalilMiuii, Maul,
100 Heal Cows & Galyes,
MOKE or LESS.
tW A good (ijiportiudty to procure
llnu stock, ' 67U lni
OCGSUiC SMllj Cup'?.
Trom San Francisco.
. .Nov 15 .
. . Dec 13..
. . Aug 30
Zealand!:-. . .
Alameda. . .
For San Frnnoioco.
Zealand ia .
Alameda. . .
Mariposa . .
0...; J uly
, .Inn 10
A ug 1
. Dec 15
Viiil MAS UA'JICO,
1 he new -ind fltie Al steel stenmsbl
Of lliuOtttianictticain'dilpt'iiiiip'iav, will
lie line in llie.olulii limn Sjdimy
and Auckland mi m iiho.il
leave for ilio alioe poll wit),
pa-'cngcis on or iiuoui iliu1
for freight or ias--a:i-, having SU
PEP.IOH ACCOMMODATIONS,. ippli
Y7H. Q. ISWIK O. CO.. A-jsnts.
Sydney and Auckland.
1 line Al ctce! stcMcship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
lie due al Honolulu from Sm
Francueo on or about
Aug. 2, SSSO.
And will have prompt dUpatch with
niailh and p.istcngeis for llieahove ports.
For frolKhi or parage, br.vinu SU
PElUOIt ACC( )M MODATIONS, upph
3? wli. o. rawi?r & co.. Aa'ont
HENRY IB. STANLEY
IN DARKEST AFRICA
TIim cnmrlclo story f Rtnnlry'o rrocnl IhrMHnT
adventures ami tlio rtlFClim.lro of A ItmiorUnt
dham-rinullliiiinrar for th.i tlrkt llmo In tl.o
vork written l.y liliun-lf, rnlltlid "in D.uLct
Afrri. I) nit lii t(li'.l jy nny o( tlio o
callol "Stinlty lio U" unw IxHns oltcml a "fe.-i.
iiliio"n:nl auilioiitli" To m miu of tliwo lm
btunWy cnutntmtcl alln).
Thrrul b no fimutioti nliuut tli'a ntatcturnt Imhi;
oorrii-tlncicry pirllcnUr. Wo iriuruuU-o It, ainl "
will irlro inirtlcula oii'nmitlcaUra.
nSIITIflrJ In onltr not to l in'nlwl, ro
UMUIIUIM uat tlw Iwoi lii-um tlm liu.
CHAHLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And that tliu cnma&.ltu; n!;( nt cnitlt.fi a curtltkufo
ot uZLiicy from u&.
A. L BANCROFT & CO:
132 POST STREEf,
General Arjcnts for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Ghamberiin,
.Sole Agent for llnwaliaii Kingdom.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN",
AccounUnta, Colli-ctors, OimciiFalcn AciutD nnd
Cotton 'Hoato Eroieit.
Are at all times prepared to per.
form any dc-cription nf t lot-teal Woils,
mioli as Auditing Ai'criuuti), I'obliugup
Tiitdiwnu'ii's HooIih, Maliiug Invcntorlfs
of Btoelc, Kngios.-ing Legal Documeuts,
Klc fjouinnicnl and Itclhible Krclcht
Uleihs for the delivery ami tallying of
C2f"Ofllro at UiOTAfKAsltoiiiuiieoxV,
Qiucu t.trci'1 i'u.l DMlcu box 18!l. Mu.
ttial Tcli'iihonc l'.': Hrll Telephone HI
A. G-. SILVA,
CD k 57 Hotel Dtroit,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Klne L'pholilering anil Heddhig a spe
cialty. June lil-ciu
GOO KIWI & CO.,
No. i'.i Xuiiauu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In ail Li lids of
fJiiMHliiu-icH unit l'liriilxtilnx Jxnl h.
AIm, a full st-ek of Diy and Fancy
Good-,. Good lit giii'.riiulcuil, TiJT Um
TVTHS. MONltOK, Iivdli-a' nureo, lino
ILL ruuiovetl to iNo. U, iTukui lane.
NOW IS THE TIME 1
iiie Equitable LI! Assurance
Society of tho United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon eaiy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tlio following are n. few of the many attractive foiuis offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " - u-
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS,
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
popularity unbounded. -
(7'Vom l ha A'cic York JSun, April lift, 1800.)
Tlio liurgusl; lliisjIiioHS Ever Transuded by a LH'e Assur-
The new bushiest of the Kqiiitablc -Life Assurance Society of New
York for the llrst quarter of the present year i3 reported to exceed Fiftv
Million Dolla'us. This is al the rale of two hundred millions o'ussur
anccfor the year, and is unprecedented In the annals of life assurance.
SSTlnformatiun cheerfully furnished to any wlio will write to or call
upon the undersigned at Ins oillec.
ALEX.. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
isire lo Cali
w A REGISTERED L
For Lukiicating tho Valves and
YALYOLINE is an earth oil specially prepared under tho higbost steam
heuliind fioni which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by n
piocess which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which prevents tho eating away
of bolls and keeps tho cylinder and pi-don packing perfectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for sleain cylinders and has been in con
stant u.e over eighteen years.
7Vo also manufacture Superior Machine aud Spindio Oils for all
classes of machinery.
J-joonard Ac 3Sllissj,
HONOLULU IROIT WOUUS CO., Sole Agoflts. gol am
Owing to a Change
A GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
Will Take Place at the
CJORKEB HOTEL & IrOKT STREETS.
Saturday, Jiaiy the 12th.
Sweeping Reductions in Every Department
S- FOR lO DAYS OMLY -2
E. It. Hi:Ni)itv, President is Manager.
Gom'itKY ItnowN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opiit). Spreclci'lH' Itiinlt, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
LMPOItTEKS and DEALERS IN
Gen'i Hardware, Olasswore, GroGkery,
Qonuino Havilauil China, plain and docoratod; and Wedgcwocd
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it ElectoliorB,
Lamp Fixtures of all kiiuid, A complotu usuortni't of Drills & riles,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gaznllo" U-wheelcd Hiding Plow it Kqualier,
Uluubeurd Uico J'low, Planleia' Steel it UooBcneokcd lions,
l'akd, cyllndek, keuoskxe, ijxs bed,
Paiutj, Varnished & Drushcs, Manila &. Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howo, Jbl'owe, lioMe,
ItUUllElt, WIUE-JIOUXD of Hiiporior quajily, it STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver Plated AVaro, Tnblo it Pockot Cutlery,
l'owdur, Shut it Capy, Tho Uulobr.itod"01ub" Macbino-loaded Cartridged,
llarl'd Patunt "Duplox" Dio Stool: for Pipo it Bolt Threading,
llurtinan'H Steel Wiro Fonco &. Steel Wiro Mali",
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Onto Oily Stone 'FiUeiu,
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Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam "Engincp.
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Cornor llotol & Fort StrcqtH.
John Ena, Vice-President
Cecil Huown, Auditor.
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