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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1890.
OAHD RAILWAY & LAHOtO.'S
V Tilta Sltitct duly io, tco.
1 1 SUl'l
OS S Austialia, llottdlctte, fiom San
Stun Hawaii fiom HamaUtia
tmr Khmii for Ililo and v. try poits at
Stmr iiviiliuil for Laliahin. mid Uaina-
kua at 10 a in
Stmr .1 .Makce for K paa at 4 p m
Sum- t! 11 Buhop for H uluuae, Wululua
tuid Konhiu tut) a in
Schr Kn Moi f r ihimaluin
Aw bk C D Piyant, J
mu Ft ait i-t'o
II Jucobseu, for
Fiom Hamakut,. per Hmr llav.a'.l,
July 2J--1" ij Jones, wife au I daughter.
r'lonMin lr.itK.isco. per S S' Aus
tralia. July 25 MIh Buideit, Albctttu
M udlili, U O Damon and wife, JIM
t hits JLhislgn and 2 iliiulun, .Nilsi F
Ensign, Alonzo Unrtl.y, Mis W M
Glfi'md, Win Handle u, a a IS I) Lake,
Angus .McKay, G Jlclmyro and 1 e, J
J Mew combe, 13 J M Oat. A I'oppcr.
PJL'ecU, &1M.-U. Iiwli ii Ilieo, Mi- F
f-chleelnger, Victor Stlcghr, D Stilir
mid wite, M 11 hlgttor. .MiH lhiinu
toltaw.lt Uiowii-miiI li ami alct, O V
Smith, ij J Tiini and wife, t ha T
Voguljeiiui;:, a V.mlun, uitolne Vlz
aiv u.t, Win WtilUit-c and t,ou, John
AVUodii and v. He.
FOREIGN VESSELS HI PORT.
II 15 Jl S A corn, Pollaid, from a oiul'.c
U a r 3 1 bailes on, Kcar-Adinli.il Uco
Ui'iitWi, iroiti ban Fianel-eo
USiSNipslc MeC'uilcy, liotn Ililo
Ainbk Upliir Horn Newcastle. N S W
Haw bk Lady Lain soti, F O sodcigren,
fiuin -an Fi.tnchco
Am l-m-td ecbr Jtobui t Leweis, X) V P
Pcnli.iilow, fiom Hll J l.iuclsco
Btmr lliiwall C00yb.ig5
sugar and CO
'J lie fteamer Haw il mid II
B Jl R
Acru will leave at 10 o'clock
tj-r Knlaiipnpj, Muloki.i; ooth
tarn wily tunrtny uioiuing.
'lb- rtiueilcm bitil; O V Uiyant, ('apt
J ti JhCibbO , w 1 1 leave for tan Fran
cUco la-n onow. lu touk iu up to o
o'clock yesteid iy U.a07 bag? sugar.
Tlio bar Ophlrtonk in iuy;ar lo.-day
from tliu stuiiiuT lliiw.di.
. 'i'beslejuier Fmi.ilon la uuloading
her cuigo at Foi t Stieet wh uf.
a tj Attsti.ilia. 11 U Houd ate, mato-,
nni ed fiom San Fiatieisco FiiUtty, July
lStb, at Uiou. will 3U I'.tbla and ii
scccrage, iia-!eiigeis, mill 1030 toti
ycneial lin i'ih.tiKlie. Iinpmtat ons
SjtlOO in nickels, 7750 fjallou beer, the
leiiniliiof Mis Dhuiou. Flue WLatlier
EVENTS THIS EYEHHIC.
Hand Concert Hawaiian Hotel, 'at
Pacific Degree Loil;;e No. 1 D. of
K., at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
Seryiee9 at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, ut 7.
Mdeting Meelianic9 and "Woikibg
racii's V. P. Union, at Kniuht3 of
Pythias ball, at 7:80.
PUBLiQ MOONLIGHT CONCERT.
The Hawaiian Hand will pive a
public concert at the Hawaiian Ilotil
tills evening- at 7:30 o'clock, len
tlering tho following piograinmc:
Mai ih-Toui lsts (newj Eusleln
B.i11.u1-T1ig Last Watch (liow;..l iiistttl
belectlou- LucieeiaUo ypi(iicw)fi..
Lipolipo. Malatiul. iluulmi .Mitlnmu
latll.l. TAUX II.
Fantasia The Jncoblie GasFiier
Jiaiice 'Hie iliuitilUtlm (iicw),..cott
Quadtlllo Undi-t Palms (uciv;
A good lecture on phrenology was
delivered last evening, in this Y. M.
C. A. Hall, by Dr. Case. Tho lee
turcr is a gentleman of pleasing ad
dress and u fluent speaker. His
theories ure'charactcrizcd by mode
ration and philosophic ronaintcnuy.
Phrenology is not hold Jorlh as a
cure-all for every" erratic ill-post-thin
to nhtch the mental and inoial
faculties of mankind arc liable. It
is a useful guido in determining a
course of training for tlfo develop
ment of a well balanced character
and in deciding the avocation for
which a person is best adapted. At
the request of tho Piehident of tho
"V. O.-T. U., supported by tho au
dience, Sir. Alexander Young, Mr.
Justice MoCtilly and Miss Bcek
witb were induced to take scuts on
lho platform lor phrenological ex
amination. The lecturer read out
the leading trails of character of lho
gentlemen named in a manner not
ably in accoid with their well cslab--Jibbed
icputatiou iu the community.
LOQAL "& QEHfiRAL KEW6.
IT. M. 8. WAMPitS l.z arrived nt
A nnvAiiD is offered for llio rotmi
of a tlmy horsu.
Foun cutlets came bv tho Autdialia
for U S. F. S. ChmK'Muii
Trxnr.Hfltuc imiltd by the Guv- i
ot nnicift for hociiig of Block.
Thk lotnnins fit (lie Into Mr?. Da
mon wcio btuuulu by lho Australia.
Co. A Honolulu Rilles will plotiio
ut Kayinond Giore on August 2nd.
The See Chung Co Inn bmiRbt out
and U no.' lunniiur Snjloi'o lcsuiii
lant. Tin: New York Mignr quotations
of tho 17tli weie: granulated G;"
Tun Mechanics' mid Working
mon's Union meet at K. of 1". Hall
The Government pttblisliea gun-powdt-r
repiijatioim in cut . 2y
Genrual John Cimilc.1 Ficmont
die 1 in New Yoik City t 3:40
o'clock on the aftinioon of the 13th
rl he bulk 41ox. rtfcNuil has been
sold, and Cnpt. Fiii, litoly of tito
McNeil, takoa coniniand of tho bail:
Mn. Jits. P. Morgan annoitnces a
palo of ftirniiuro, eir., at the lesi
lonco of Mi". M. 12. L.ivingtriiict
King street, on Wcduofday, July 30.
Tni:ni: will be a pneing race, niilo
bc.it., best 3 in 5, between Prussian
Hoy and Ililly, at IC.tpiol.ini Park, to
morrow afternoon, beginning at !
Om the up trip of tlio S. S. Austra
lia, Mrs. 11. F. Uiiiininof w Yoik,
wlm was lOMtrning lionie with her
husb.uid from a ii-U to tbn ifl.mds,
died, Tbttr-diiv, July 10, at i):35 p.m.
Tin: Nip:-io will fhoitiy go to San
Fiancifco, wlteio tbu will exchange
Jut eiew for that of tho Adnms,
wliicii id to go out of cuiniuiiMioii.
Tho Mptic'ti crew has not been
changed tinco llic Sanioan disast-er.
THE TiVOU TROUPE.
Kxncllcntnuici luliim.?nt Z.notXlaM.
The Tivolt Gaiety Company pre
acntcd "Tlio Maid of the Mill" in
veiy creditable lashion nt the Opera
House last u'lfihx, with the following
cast: Millei L'. J. Wallace; Giles
D'Orsey Ogden; Geoi;c Ilany
Gates; Grander Wm. II. llatnil
ton ; Matty Harry 15. Bell ; Squiro
Win. Dexter; Phoebe, Mhs Helene
Courtney; Dame MissL. Carmen.
The make up of tho various charac
ter could not be surpassed. While
the acting on the wbo'o was vary
fair, that of Messrs. Hamilton, Og
den and Galo-i was splendid. Miss
Courtney gave a charming rendition
of the maid, and Mi.ss Carmen was
quite effective as the prim and se
Offenbach's comic operetta, "The
Rojc of Auvergne," followed tho
drama, tliu cast bring as follows:
I'lourelte (landlady of a village ca
baret) Miss L. Carmen ; Alphonse
(a bhoemaker) Hairy Gates;
i'lerro (a blacksmith) Wm. II. Ha
milton. The plot -is full of fun, but
the great feature las,t night was the
grand binging. Every solo, duet,
and trio drew an ovation of ap
plause. Messrs. llainilton aaul
Gates, the bass and tenor respect
ively of the company, had to repeat
eveiy tiling. The evening's enter
tainment was worthy of a crowded
Iioiko, winch unfortunately it dirt
not have by a great deal. Saturday
evening the company will appear at
full strength in the first production
here of the American idyllic drama
"M'lis3," made famous by Mte9
Annie Pivley. Box plan open at
Mr. Levey's olllcc.
The Lake region near St. Paul
was visited uy a cyclone on the 13th
hist., and about 125 Jives lost. The
city of St. Paul suffered liaevily.
The passage of the steamship sub
sidy bill by tho Senate causes great
activity on change in Pacilic Mail
stock. President Houston ii credit
ed with the statement that "Con
gress has been our worst enemy but
now things am changing."
Tho tilver bill was upptovctl by
the President on Hie llih.
The Anniversary of tliu fall of tho
Baslile was celebrated in Paris with
gte.it enthusiasm. Mery, the Bou
InngUt member of tho Chamber of
Deputies, on attempting to make a
speeth, was ancsted.
The sixtieth anniversary of Bel
gian independence was to' bo ctle-
brated at Brussels with a ten days'
fete commencing on the 20th,
' Heligoland has been ceded to
ltiotous disturbinces occurred at
El Paso, Texas, on lho 12lh between
the factious headed by ttio rival
mayois and councils claimed by
both sides to have been elected in
April, mill both of whom were'
sworn liitq,oll!ce, since which time
the city was under two governments.
Peace was reatoied by tho defeot of
one of the parties.
The mnnlago of Stanley and
Dorolhy Tenuant was celebrated at
Weslmiiiistrr Abbey on tho 12lh.
The biidegroom had had an attack
of illiiCKH on the previous day and
wa9 so 111 on the wedding day that
he had to bo carried iuto the church.
' FitiuAY, July 25.
The Honsn opened at 10 o'clock.
kli'outs or commii ir.rs.
Rep. Bion presented the repntt
of the select liiuiimUoe On "petition
to chniiKU tho Urn limits of Hono
lulu. Committee recuin.nond cer
tain changes and that its lepoit and
bill ou the ytibjcct bes eomiderul to
Tho Piesident appointed, as the
committee on lull to provmt Ilnwai
tans leaving the country, Heps. Wai
piiilani, Kalua, KituiNcn, Nobles
Hep. l'aehaole presented a reso
lution for icmi-stoti ol S37.oQ taxes
to Kckaiiuna & Co. .Ilainwa, Molo
kai. liCfcned to Finance Minister.
Nobio Marsden read a Urst and
second lime by litlo, under suspen
sion of the rules, hit bill tn license
the tale of wines, beeis and ales of
light alcoholic strength. Ordered
to be printed.
Itcp. Oumming3 moved the sus
peiibijii of the rules in order that he
might picscut n number uf petitions.
Noblo Phillips gavu notice of a
bill to provide a subsidy for a line
Of atcaincis between Hawaii and Ta
hiti. l!ep. Apiki gave notice of a bill
to mo vide a polico macistrate for
the bibtiiet of Kau.
Rep. White moved that each
member going to Molokai be allow
ed to take two servants with him.
Noblo Phillips thought tho Hoiie
had no light to interferfero with the
rci'tilalioiis of the Board of Health.
Rep. White explained at length
that the servants would bo required
to cany baggage.
Minister Biown moved the lesolu
tion be hid on the tabic-. Members
net c going as guests of the steam
ship company, and it would not be
right to burden the company in the
way proposed. Tho proposal also
implied violation of the Uoaid's ic
jgulations. Laid on the table.
Minister Spencer g-ivc notice of a
bill to amend the law relating to tho
licensing of auctioneers, a bill to
amend the law lelating to licenses
issued by the Inteiior Department,
and a bill to amend the law against
ban him; goods without license.
Hep. Kamai gave notice of a bill
to provide that the District Court
of liana be made a Police Couit.
Minister Peterson read afir3ttime
by litlo his bill to provide a better
administration of public institutions,
and his bill to enable extra juty tri
als at terms of tho Supreme Court.
Rep. Paehaolc gave notice of a
bill to provide for tiie appointment
of a police justice lor Molokai, also,
of a bill relating to the time at
which tax appeal boards shall sit;
also, of a bill to amend Sec. 2d,
Chap. -13, Laws of 1882, ai amend
ed by Laws of 1S8G.
Minister Spencer presented an
answer to questions relative to
ciiaiges for registration of letters.
Tho 15 cents was cb.itged according
to law when icturii receipts were
given. To the Postmaslcr-Geucral's
lecollection, nobody hTiil ever been
refused r-gi&traiion at 10 cents,
waiving the return receipt. Ac
cepted and laid on the table.
Rep. Kalua moved that newspa
per reporters be allowed to accorlf
pany the committee to Molokai. He
accepted an amendment suggested
by Minister Brown, providing that
consent of the Board of Health be
Hep. Brown moved tho resolution
be laid on the table. Since mem
bers were refused permission to take
seivaots, it could not consistently
be granted to leportcts.
Laid on the table.
Rep. White presented tho follow
ing questions to the Minister of the
1. How many Chinese or Japan
ese havo been allowed, since If 80
up to the present day to become Ha
2. When and under what autho
rity did the naturalization of each
3. What were lho causes and
reasons which, in each casq, mado
the Government cede the naturaliza
tion? 4. Have tho naturalized China
man or Japanese been allowed to
ote ut any election, or will they bo
entitled to vole at any future elec
tion? Can they do so consistently
with the Constitution?
5. Did tho Japanese Govern
ment ever ask impeiiousiy for the
ilectond franchise to be given to all
the Japanese subjects now In lho
lu tho islands.
OHDEU OP THE DAY.
Third reading of bill to extend
the lime 'for tho completion mid
equipment of the Inter-Island Sub
marine Telegraph Cable.
Rep. Kalua moved tho bill be rc
fcircdto a select committee. Ho
ppolte of the importance of guarding
tho interests ot the country in tho
Rep. Lucas said lie had no more
interest in the bill than the benefit
Of the kingdom. The object of ask
ing for immediate passage was that
the company could send an order to
England by lho outgoing-mail for a
tlccl cable. No money would bo
payable before the woik was dono
satisfactorily. He understood the
company wa9 prepared to go ahead.
Rep. Itickard was iu favor of tho
, yjffflfijjjfofff, niiiirwIliifiiMiifiirm im'fffl5laais-MtaiafiirTiirifif wMmMt--mmmm 'riwmrMi iiiiinia
Wit Groins la ft cumtniUeb becMed, If
a wits no Itnportntili vnjy had IHc
coraptmy not done something before
this time", secondly, ho vmutid to
know why it had laid such a cable
as tho specimen bi-foie the House;
and, thirdly, beciusc there was no
guarantee thai the company would
qotnptuto the v. oik in lho time pro
posed. K.'p. Niiw.ilti spoko for a (piaiter
of an hour i'u stippoit ot both mo
tions. Noliiu Widemanti gave n hiitory
of cable legislation. He wai in r.
local company that could not get n
subsidy because they hail no fjlO,
0U0 to spend. He told the last
House and now repented it, that it
was ridiculous to expect a cable
from Kauai to Hawaii for a subsidv
ofS25.000. Tho late Minister uf
Foi cign Affairs had paid S3000 in
coin for 10,000 in stock fiom the
company, u-j ho tumid wus slated in
lho report of a committee of tils';
House. There was not enough busi
ness to make a cable pay. Tho
telephone companies ought to have
a chance if they desito to lay n
cable, as one of them had been run
ning ten yeais and the other six
ycaii. It would be a favor to these
gentlemen to refuse them the privi
lege. If it was to be a telegraph
cable ho might vote for it, knowing
it to be a hoax it was nothing el-e;
but if it was to be a lelopone cable
they ought to know what they woie
doing. The plans furnished tho
Survey Ofllee by the local company
of 18S4 weie given to the Hawaiian
Cablu Company by the Hefoim Gov
ernment. Those plans were not the
property of the Government.
The motion for a "elect commit
Recess from jl :o0 to 1 :30.
nlMS" FROM HlTo.
From Hilo 7cord, July D2.)
Sunday evening Mr. Rice, lender
of tlio tourist expedition, spoke to
the congregation in the llilo For
eign church. Most of his views
were haully orthodox, but lie .was
listened to witli attention. Wo un
derstand that he is of tho "Ad
anccd Prcsbylciian" sect.
Dining the last slorm over 100
coids of drift wood were cast up on
Vi'u notice that a fine sale came up
for the Custom House.
Owing to the late stoini, two of
tlio small Hand steamers had to
come in to the bay and lie from
Saturday until Wednesday inouilnc,
they being tmtible to do any ship
ping along the coast.
On Wednesday morning lho lGth
inst,, a young man, Kuakaha, wai
found lying dead ou the beach. Ver
dict, "death by drowning while
under the influence of awa."
Tlio surf bathing last Wednesday
morning was witnessed by a few of
the townspeople. The Miif was not
as high as it might be for riding, but
some good waves came in, and some
ery expert tiding was done. Why
could not this sport be renewed? A
little interest on the part of the peo
pie here might induce the younger
natives' to take up the bathing with
as much vigor as in olden liuus.
A number of tout lsts artived in
town by last Kiiiau, for the volcano.
The second engineer of .he Iwa
Jani, Augustus Turlt-y, wont ashore
in one of the Hamaktia ports and
has never been hcaid of since. Some
years ago lie was liuit on tho head
and lately has acted queerly.
Deputy Sheriff Lyman and a posse
of police are hunting for the man.
A dividend of 81 per share is de
clared on the Telephone Stock.
Xi. A. Thurston aiid wife arrived
by the Kinati. Mr. Thurston left
for the Volcano yesterday morning
with quite a large party. Ho expects
to stay hero or yi this vicinity for
some little time.
P. C. Jones, wife and two daugh
ters ariived from the volcano last
Saturday, by the way of Kau. Mr.
Jones, wifo and youngest daughter
spend a few days at Papnikou, be
fore leaving for Honolulu. Miss
Jones left on tho Kinati j'esterday.
Just before going to press we hear
of a case of assault and battery ou
the Onomca Plantation. Nino Jnps
went to the Chinese quarters and
created a disturbance. It seems
that they had had some diillcully in
tho Held and were settling mailers
after work hours.
HOUSE AIID LOBBY.
A native woman iu the audience
this rooming voted faithfully everj
lino a show of hands was called.
Tho icprescntatiyo of tho fourth
district thinks the ship of slate
slipped a coble this morning.
OSTRICH EGG LAID.
Out of three Ostriches, one mate
and two females, lately imported by
Dr. Tromsseau, one pair bus done
very well, and the proof is Hint yes
terday tho hen laid tho first egg.
Mrs. S. G. Wilder, who happened
to be present, was kind enough to
glvo the doctor the news, and tho
egg being marked, when the chide
hatches it will bo named after
.Mrs. Wilder, "Kiiiau." Under
such omens it is bound to thrive,
It is piobablu that uftcr this lho
hen v, ill lay one egg every other
Visitors will always bo welcome
provided they biiug no dogs, eve
so small. They are watned also
not to enter tho paddock, as the
mule bird has become quite savage
binco llie laying of tlio egg by Ida
mate. The nest can be seen from
lho adjoining paddock, Tho other
lieu will probably die, but Dr.
Tiousscati says one should not
giumble, as mishaps must bappcu.
-will oivi: A-
N.TK- i.l 11
. -. LY -."Si '"(WSCIJH
y-viri.' '. - r -- :r J. Yf TT
On Saturday, :Aug, 2,
Trahu will leave Honolulu Depot at
oiTiO nod 7 r. it., lemming- from lho
Gioe at 10 r. m. and midnight.
Detachments of the Hawaiian Hand
will go on both Trains and ilia full
Hand will play at the Glove.
ted-Tickets for the
lound trip, lu-
To bu hud of the Committee
O.diu JCailway Ut-pot.
liAituv JJkil, :
w. Dr.vrmt. :
Vi. K. .Mamikw,
': : Lkssi:k.
, : Manaokk.
TiYQli Baiaty Court
POblFIVELY THE LUST WEEK
Ol tlo HonHon
Saturday Evening, July 26tb.
Fhst protluctlnn of the American Idyllic
Drama, nude famuu by Jliss "
L I S S
Oast to the full ilrcttgth of the
Plan for reserved c.its for anv
night of the s.nsou can be cciiicd at
the olllcc of L. J. Leev, cor. 1'otinnd
Pel "S 8 AuatiarM,"
At The Beaver Saloon
JI. .r. XOIS'K, Iropricor.
eOil SAJf FItANOJSCO,
The At Steamship
Will hme Honolulu for the nbovo
Friday, Aug. 1st,
For Freight or Pasi'ge, apply to
WH.-CL IRWIN & CO., Agentj.
TIib Bart "Adonis
Has ju?t nirivoil from Euiopo
D. ff. SCHMIDT & SONS.
HEUH PuBlor Iscnbeiff wlrd nm
SONNTAO, don 27 Jult, Vor
mhtagii 11 uhr clneii Qottcsdlcust lu
dcr Y. M. O. A, Hall ahhu.teu,
llouoltilti, ii Juli, lb'JO. 013 .It
"VTOTICK is heieby Btvon Hint If a
JL pbattiui and a br.ii.c, which havo
been hi lint ll.iwall.iu Oanlngo Maiui
i .ic tilling Co.'s htoicrocniii ford munihs
labt, mu not called for wlthlu 10 days
fiom date, they will bo bold at public
llouotuu, July 21, leyo, QJ3 Ot
Ed m jSB f
NOW IS THE TIME 1 .
4 H (
Society of the United States,
Are nw selling their Bonds, ami upon ftmy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bo.nd. t
The following are a few of tho innuy attractive formt offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 FEft CENT
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LH-E POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC. , '
The Company U equitable, its payments ptouipt axid certain, and Its
From thajVeio 1'orl: N, ArUAlh, 1800.)
Thu Iduruat Business Ever Tnuistioleii bya LAW) Assur-
juu'O Coihinuiy. ' "'
Tito new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the Urst quarter of tho present year S3 reported to exceed Fnrrr
Million Dollars. This is at the rmo of two humirtJ tnillwus of assur
nricefor the yenr, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JBSy-Infdruiatiou chcci fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the uudeidigued at Ins olllce.
ALEX. J. GARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
COItNEK IlOIfili &
GRAID -:- BARGAIN -:- SALS
Our JUntire Stoclx of
Ladies', Misses & CIte's Muslin Uiitewear
Will bo Offered at a Great Sacrifice. " Also,
Children's Bressos & Lace Caps.
3 Do Not Miss tlie Sale.
i. nrmtsTrarn x.
P& Ifer 3r2f21L flP
VALVOLIXE is an eartii oil specially propared under the highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter hah been expelled by a
process which leaves a nuio and heavy oil, which prevents the catintr awav
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was tlio lirht Mineral Oil introduced for elc.im cyliudcis and has been iu con
stant use oer eighteen years.
g&'o also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
JLeonard Sc XLTUiH,
HONOLULU JRON WOHKS CO., Sole Agents. 601 3m
K. It. Hknduy, Presldont & Manager.
Goukiiey Buown, Secretary & Trcsourer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppu. Spri'cUclH' IlnnU, t Fort Street, Iloaolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
, Qeauino llaviland China, plain and decorated; and Wodgcwocd
Piano, Library t Stand LnmpB, Chaudoliorfl & Elcotoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete iiBsortm't of Drills & Filon,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESGBIPTIQH !
The "Gnwllo" 3-wheclcd Riding Plow & Equalizer,
lilucbeaid Rico Plow, Planters' Stool it GoosonccUid IToe,
LARD, OYLINDEU, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
I'aitita, VaruiabcK &. Ilrushus, Manila &, Sisal Itopo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
II owe, JEioKo, IXoe,
IIURHER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver I'latod Wuro, Table & Pookot Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Oupn, Tho Celebrated "Olub" Muohino-loadcd Curtridgea,
llart'M Pntaui "Dttplox" Dio SUick for I'ipo .L Bolt Threading,
Hartman's Steel Wiro Fence & Steel Wire MaU,
Wm. G. Fisher's Wrought Stool Ranges
dale City Stouo Pllium, ; '
" ' " ' "New rrocosB" Twist Drills,
nov-20-8VM" Noal'u Carrbgo Painta,
GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
WEEK OLY 1
Cornor Hotel & Fort; Sired.
and Cylinders of Steam Engines,
John Ena, Vioc-1'residcrit
Ckoii. Buown, Auditor.