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DAILY UULLETIJN: UU1SULULU, 11. 1., JULi SO. IClsti.
WEDNESDAY, JULY SO, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAKD C0.'S
t,. thIic Knvct .ruly Ji. imio.
x. m. e. M.
UcnVb t-uiolulu 8:10 i j-iri
Arrive ItoiAllliilll 10:0." fliOS
L.-sve lionoiilliilt 10:23 :?:35
Arnvo lloioiulu 1 :5." 4:55
, , on ARRIVALS.
Sunr Leluia fiom HamaUua
.Stun- Kll'iui'ii Iluu f i oin llauiaUUa
Stfhr Luha ft din Kohal i
Stmi- Pele for Lahalua aud Kukainu at
Stinr 1 law nil tor Ilamakua ut 1pm
Solir Mary foi ilaualel
VfcbtibLS ttftVlNfi Tf0-ri'.0HR0W.
.Strar T.ebua forNuu-and IliLaliu at' 5
CAKC0E5 FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kllauea Hou-3G00b,ig3 sugar, and 40
Le'liua--2f0U bigs sugar.
TorStu Fiaiiclsio per sluir Kairnl
lou, July :;0 .UcGicgor and W ,Mc
Gluty. 1 oi Kauai pel stmr Mlltnhala, .Julv
29 Aug Dieler and wife, Mls V Muik
bam, Miss Julia 'lauuui, Emll Dicier,
Jlra Istnbeig, jn9 Anhaaen, Mls
Kuiulen, ihaC Kopke, In- v'altci,T
II Gibson, ,1 Glessou, J Qulnii, M J
l'eueiia, Miss Lovell, 0 Kaiser. O
hchtnldt, A B.w, MnDanuchaulen uud
child, .Monti and wife, J U Buieuaba
.aid sou, and 33 deck.
l'orrlvuual per stcamor YValalcslc,
July 20 A Melie, J Lade, Augus
3lotv"ay, O Vane-ban, and 10 deck.
For Molokai pur stint Mokulii July
29 .Ors t LVWleox, Solomon Fuller,
V.m Geisen and others.
Pioui San Irauelsio per Inngard,
July 20 Jlrs Wall and four ehi dien, J
E brown, Air Waller and wife, O E
Sedgwick, W U Nagcuci, wife and
F03EICH VESSELS EXPECTED.
n B M S Nymph fiom Biltish Columbia
11 B M Hafcli p Warepito fiom Biitilsh
RMSS Jiaiipo'a, Tfaywnrd, fiom San
Fiancisco en loute to tbe Colonics
due Anyu&t 1
Haw a ti Oiaudino fiom Glasgow
Brsbjip Blengfleld sailed Horn Liver
pool Apr 18, duo Aug 21
Ger ok Faust, fiom New Yoik via Bia-
Am bk Albeit, Winding, from San
Fiancisco duo Aug i
Am bk Aldon Bes-e. noward, from San
Francisco (for ICahulul), duo June
Bk Undo John, fiom Newcastle, due
Br bk Bilker fiom London, sailed Apr
15, duo Aug 23
Brbk Geivan fiom Livcipool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 15-30
Tern W S Bowne, Bluhm, fiom San
Francisco duo ntMaliukona Julj 10
The .Unci lean four-masted schooner
Robut Lew crs will (sail fur San Fiau
olco on Tuesday, Aug otb.
Tub schr Luka. returned this inoinlng
fiom Kohala without cargo.
The baik l'0 Whitmoiu, CaptWaid,
will finish clUehaiglng her cargo of
luuiboi the latter pan of this week. Hie
will pi obably leave for I'oit Townsend
The steamship Fairallon, Captain S
Boimille d, took for can Fratielaco July
29, cspoit-, us follows: Campbell, Mar
shall & Co. 197 bunches bansuas; U
Bievvci & Co, 1073 bags sugar; G I'ail,
25 bunches bananas und 1 box pine
apples; Ltviugstoue, Uaikc & Co, 725
bags rice, 76 bbls molasses, and Q10
bunubu3 bananas. Domestic value,
nOBROX-KINNEY At the lesidence
ot Hon. Henry Wnteiliouse, Nuuunu
Avenue, Honolulu, July 20th, by
the lew. E. G. Beckwith, D. D.,
All. Thomas W. Ilobrou to Miss
Anna M. Kinney.
A COMING PICNIC.
A moonlight picnic to Raymond
Grove is tlio closing event on this
week's progtamme. The members
of Co. A, Honolulu Rides, me tlio
originators mid regulators of the
ovent. Trains will leave Honolulu
Saturday evening, at 5:50 and 7
o'clock. Tlio last returning train
will start from the grove ut mid
night. TioketH, to cover pusMgo
both wnys and refreshments, are
placed at the icasonable piico
of 81.50. Company A's committees
are diligently at work making pre
parations, and an enjoyable picnic
is in prospect.
Delicious leo Cream !
LUDW1GSEN & ORON, "Brewer
Block." Hotel stieet, wish to In
form the public that they nio now pie
pin ed to fuiuUliMd Puto Ice Cream in
any quantity. We guarmiico our Ice
Cicain to be llist-clnes, and hope to se
cure a fair shaio of public patronage.
E. PAY'S oQlto will bo closed from
July 2Jud to August -1, 18'JO.
CI 1 111
ROM this dato and until furthei
notice Ilenrv Holmes, Ei.. w 11
receive anu u-ceipt or monies iiuo,
make payments and act for me In my
capacity as tiusteu or agent.
SAMUEL M. DAMOX.
Honolulu, Jul) 2B, lSi)0. OH) 21
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
McsinF. I.iulnigKOti l Cion, Hotel
slrcel, binoadilcd ice orciim In llitii
To-Moniiow bting lliiwiiiinu in-
ilcpciulcncu Day, llicie will li a n
coption and lmvu nl I ho Palace. il-
ccpliuii ut 11 a. 'I., lunu at 12 unun.
-. . .. -
Tin: ohm', Rev. vs. M. .1. IVilus
libul, vns dispo-ed of in tliu Suptcnio
Oourl today. 'I ho jury found a
unnnitnotiH vordlcl of guilly in the
Tun Fiie l'olioo Company nu-t in
tlio loom of Engine Co.'Xo. 2 Inst
night, and advanced a etep or two in
organization. Thy en trance fei w,ts
Used ul Ihe dollar.
Ar Afr. Hurry Dell's hencUt al the
Opera lloiibo last night, "Wilheicil
Leaves" and "Oni Family Help"
woie pul on the stage. Tbe poifoini
ancc was worthy of a lnigcriiudionce.
rntni: Jncl.son, tlio pugiliM, is ex
pected here by tlio M-uipo-a, on hi-)
way to Australia, on 8atuiday ne-t,
and Mi. Jim "Welsh bus ai ranged loi
him to gio a boxing ebiliition in
tlio Opera House while here
Thk ccntie of attiaction lo night im
"Little Loid Fauntleioy," at the
Opeiit JlouhO. The elnunclPH and
thee lcpretenting them hio ghen in
tlio Op-r.i. House .uheiliheiueiit. Tlio
domand for tickets indicates a crowd
A rAKewr.LL party will ho given at
the Puiiabnn residenco of His Ew
J. A. Cuminine, Ministei of Foreign
Afrairs, this opening, in lionor of
Miss May Ctitnmins, who will leao
by tlio S. S. Austral! i, Fiiday, foi
Tiirjnn has bton talk of a matinee
performance of "Little I.oul Faun
tleoiy" to-morrow afternoon, but it
lias been decided against, for tbe
reason that it would lie too big a
Mmin upon the little- lady which
plays that chai.icter.
Mk. L. J. Levey's regular auction
ealo will commence at 10 o'clock a.
m. to nunrow. In addition to a gon
cial as'oitnientof meioliandiso, some
peiaonal cflects, eaipcnkiV luols,
and bout,ebold fuinitiuo aie on (ho
list of arlicles to bo nohl.
Tiinnn are conio olics on exhibi
tion in the window of the Hawaiian
News Co Thoy are from the pip
raisea of Mr. Emmelutb, Fuunui.
Tlio trees which produced tbo fiuit
were planted by the lalo W. Claude
Jones, about twelve years ago; but
have had no attention whatever for
the past seven years. This is the
Hist seapon of theii bearing, and they
give promise of being pioltfiu.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO SAILORS'
Mm. McCuIly, on behalf of the
Ladies committee desires to ncknow
edge with thanks the receipt from Mr.
Piuscr Kiel, of the S. S. Australia, of
S40 collected on the Juno upward voy
age, and of 510 on the July down
ward voyage for tho benefit of the
building fund of tho new Sailors'
Home of Honolulu.
At Wnikiki last ovoning, Mrs. S.
Roth gave a welcome homo party to
her eldest daughter, Mrs. William
Wngener, who leturned by the Trm
gaul yesterday. The guests, about
thirty, foimer acquaintances of Mrp.
Wngener, were cordially received and
old friendships were renewed. After
dancing and bathing, and dancing
again, refreshments were sorved,
and the party terminated as plens
untlj' as it began.
"Jus.t a little sunshhu', iast a little ra'n,
.Tu-t a Utile happiness, Just a little pain,
Just a little poveity, just a little gold,
Then the gieat eventful lalo of life Is
I stood upon tho old bildge and watch
ed the liver flow,
As daylight be'ams weio fading fast, the
evening un gicw low.
My memory levlowed the past, its
pleaguies and lis p.siiii.
And in my silent reverlo my fouI caught
Just a llttlo suuphlno, just a little lain,
Ju-t a little happiness, just a little pain,
Just a llttlo poveiiy, Jn-t a llttlo gold,
Then the gieat eventtul tale ol life U
Life's book of iccollectlon lay open to
I lived arnoug the lomping scenes of
childhood s happy days,
I saw eucIi sulking contusts go up and
down the yeais,
And as my mind recalled tho pst it
hi ought mo joy and tears.
Jurt a liltlo infant, just a llttlo child.
Just a llttlo spauklug in tlu Woodhhud,
Just a manly stiugglo.jubt a good old
The w oild says I'm a foglc, lft other
man's the i ago.
Up conies ho in Miatn hind, ho It. a llttlo
Fauntleioy by bltth, ho piovcs a win
Just a little mains, just a golden cm I,
Ho poses for the people, with just a
With just a tender smile, just a molting
HofooUyou all tlio while, and comes
Only a sti Iking contiast, which shall tliu
Easygoing w oild says, rauulleioy for
Why should wo giasp tho glitter and
bauble of tho show,
And lguore, tlia genuine jewel which
spmkles In our row,
Lifo is such a comedy, why need wo
seek the play,
With tragedies by tho wayoido forovei
and for aye. Mai Faj.
Wl.DSMSDW, July J10.
The House opened at 10 n't lock.
Rc. Cmnming-i, fiom tliu print
ingcoiitnillcp, icpoiied il(. majo
rity and minority icpoitsnf commit
Icoon the iiiniktl ipady lor dlslri
bulion. Rep. Riown preMeiited a niajotilv
ippoil of the st'ltel ciiiiiuittiDou
the claim of 1 Aliln for t he aiin of
$ri21)L'.tio, loss mislainuil us bonds
mail for Hie contrnuiois to build a
now iccivoir at Ltiakaha for tlio
Honolulu Water Woiks. Tho coin
initlcp stale the case fully, find that
to pay Ihi claim would boa bud pie
ce dent, and iceommpud that the
prater of the petition be refused.
File ipport is signed by Rep. lb own,
Noble ispiibuig, and Minister Spen
cer. Laid on tlio table to be con
sidered with the minority report.
Hep- Riiknid gave notice of a bill
to amend the school laws.
Rep. Xawahi rpad a lii&t littio his
bill to prohibit baibpd wire funcuj.
Noble Fhillips read a Ibst time his
bill In eupouragi' monthly slpam coin
mnnicalion between Tah'iti and Hono
lulu. Tt gives a subsidy of S1500 a
lound tup, on condition thai steam
Pi3 of not les, tlian 7o0 Ions, with a
speed of not lcs than 10 knots be
Rep. Rrown tend a fit si time his
bill to icpeal Sees. 1 12-M.') Civil
Rep. White read a liist time by
title his bill to re-enact tho law pro
viding imprisonment for desertion
of inai lied persons.
Rep. Apiki icad a Ibsl tinip his
bill to amend Hip homestead law.
Rep. Kauhi lead a flist time Ids
bill to provide for a police justice
for En a, Ibland-of Oahu.
Rpp. Kalua moved the iiilcsbe
suspended and the bill read a sec
ond time by lillp, and this being
cairicd he moved it pass to cngioss,-
A'oble Hnldwin moved it lie re
ferred to the judiciary committee.
It might be a very good bill but
members did not know anything
Refencd to judiciaiy committee.
Rep. Nawahi gave notice of a bill
to encouiage steamer communica
tion between Sin Diego and Hilo,
Rpp. Kalua piesenled a resolution
that to-morrow, Thuibday, July ill,
being the anniversary of the restora
tion of Hawaiian Independence, tho
day this year and hereafter be ob
sei ved as a public holiday, and that
ivhen the Ilonso adjourns to-day it
be till the day after to-morrow.
Rep. Lucas re id a fust lime his
bill to regulate the importation and
sale of opium.
onnrit or Tin: bay.
The House lesol ved into commit
tee of Ihe whole, Noblo T'hdlips in
the chair, for the consideration of
tho Appiopriation Hill.
Roaid of Health, continued.
Hnildings, Repairs, and Mainten
ance otHospitals, 810,000.
Minister Spencer gave details
composing tho item. '
Rep. Nawahi moved 821,000, so
as to allow SSOOO for a hospital at
Hilo, which required one as much as
Rep. Rickaul moved the consider
ation of the item be defened till tbe
bill pioviding for hospitals thtougb
out the group be considered. One
of the hospitals contemplated in that
bill wa3 at Hilo. On fuither thought
he would movu instead thatthu item
be icferred to a select committee.
Minister Peterson was in favor of
defening the item, as the plea for a
hospital at Hilo should lie consider
ed, lie moved it bo referred to the
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of a
select committeo of nicmbeis front
the diffeient islands. The bill re
fened to by the lion, member for
llamakua (Rickard) had no connec
tion with this item, being a bill to
provide for tbe establishment of
leper hospitals. Ho had obtained
an estimate that a hospital at Hilo
similar to the ono at Wailuku would
Rep. Rrown suppoitcd lcfoionco
to the sanitary committee.
The motion for lefeicnco to sani
tary committee cairicd.
Noblo Walbiidgo moved to inseit
an it'im of $3000 for purchase of
land for Malulani Hospital, Wai
luku, and lepaira and improvements
to that institution. Ho spoke of the
efliciency of the hospital and assur
ed the House that the contemplated
extension and improvements could
bo effected for tho amount asked.
Rep. Crown considered this should
go to committee with tho previous
item. Tho IIousu would have to
diaw the lino rjomcwheio and not be
led by its sympathies to neglect
othor necessary services for those of
the Hoard of Health.
Noble Raid win ptaised tlio hospital
and spoke of its cramped condition.
Sanitary considerations alone de
manded tho proposed extension.
Rep. Kalua -urged tlio claims of
the hospital to liberal treatment.
Rep. Urown said that unless tlio
item slated repaits, as well as pur
chase of the land, according to a
decision of the Supremo Court what
ever was left after tho land was
bought could not bu spout for any
Noblo Walbridge said bin icsolu.
Hon formeilv introduced contained
The Spcrelaiy lead the resolution,
Wi'i. llinwn moved the icsolution
be icfcired lo the sanitary commit
tee. Citric il.
l'ppalts and cue of quarunliiu',
$ 150(1. lmscd.
(Juaranliuu expenses, $.i000.
Minister Peterson said it was a
contingent iloni, to provide for
meeting any visitation of infectious
The item p'ismiI.
Knpiolaui Home (including cost
of moving to Kalihi), SU'iOO.
Noble McCarthy moved "to sliike
out the words "to' Kalihi," in leply
lo Noble Raldwin explaining that
the object was lo give the Hoard of
Health discretion as to whether the
Homo Iiotilcl be moved to Kalihi or
Rep. Ilionn objected to the Hoard
being allowed to lemovc the llomu
to Molokai, as the girls of tho insti
tution wcie not Icpeis but childien
Minislci Peterson auiced with the
motion. Some ot tliu childien uciu
born on Molokai, and the idea of
moving the Home to that place
orlgina'od theie. The argument
u-ed in stalling the Home at Kaka
ako was that Hip patents could see
their childien. The Hoaid would
not make the change, however, with
out caipful deliberation and might
be entrusted with the discielion pin
posed. Rep. I'achaole opposed Hip mo
tion. The children should not be
6cnt to Molokai, wlicie the lisle of
theii becoming Ippprs was much
gi eater than here.
Noble Baldwin thought the matter
of too much inipoitancp to be left to
the discretion of the President of
the Board of Health. He felt the
same as the piovious speaker. The
children ought not to be exposed to
Hip dangprs of contagion at Molo
kai. At the Kalihi leceiving hospital
it was to be supposed thai the un
confirmed cases nut c kept separate
from those unmistakably affected,
and if the Home was there its in
mates would not be allowed to come
in contact with the lepets.
Noblo McCat thy fut thcr advocated
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
Cowi.its A; Bri.i.,
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT !
This Wednesday Even's, July 30
Will bu presented foi tlio Mist tlmo in
by Airs. Tianeis Hodgson Buinotr, fiom
her own delightful sioiy, entitled:
''Ills Lord Faiileri"
The peifoinianco being honored by the
prcspupoaml palioniige of theb
giaeious Majesties the
ICING suxl QlJlIliX.
As well a the other nienibeii of the
Jgy 'Ihe cm tain will liso at H oMoek
piceUely. and the enlerkibmient will
conclude at 10:30, at whIchtlinoc.il
riages in ly booulcrcd.
Ca-t of Cbaractois-
Ecrl el Dorlncsurt Mr. Ilcnr Eiwsrds
Mrs. Errol Miss Elhtl WiaUirop
Air. HarUhani Mr. 11. Gates
Air. llobbs (a grocer) y,-. II. Bell
Hlggins (a f.iruiei).AIi. D'Oisey Ogden
DIek- (a bootblack) Mr. O. Leslie
Thomas (a footman). Ah. 1'. J. Wallace
Allium (an adventiuess)
May fan Iilshsemiut) Miss IC. Leo
Ccdrlc Errol (Utile Lord Fauntlcroy).. .,
Miss Graclo Hopkins
Act 1 Mis. Hirol's apartments In
AOTrt 2 and :i Llbraiy and noiiu
conit Castle, England,
The piece pi odutPd mulct llin catefiil
MR. HENRY EDWARDS.
MP" Box plan now open at Lewis J.
Levev 's olllee. (ilii til
CSr For sale at all leading groec
lies. MITCHELL & PETERSON,
Olfi ,S. F. Agonts. 12t
rlusl ih.6 1 hing for UreakHist
Ancllon Sales by James F. Morgan.
HORSES I IDLES !
On FRIDAY, AhriihI 11,
AT t'J O'CLOCK M0.
Al llio stables at rear of the nillee of
lion. J. 1. Dow sett, Ijueeit -trei-t, 1 will
sell ut Public Auction,
:j lw tr !- is .s
CT" The Cults an fiom good Biood
AIiueH, and the Alnlcs aie fionf the
Celebiated Jack '-BUttciiei."
,IAS. 1 MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, July JJO,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31"..
At the losldence of Mi,. M. I). Lb lug.
stone, King stieet (adjoining the iihi
denee of Air. J. 11. Atherlon), t will
veil at Public Auction tliu
B. W. I. T. Gmtir Tafile,
Decoiated Hanging Lamps,
Lite Cut latin ,fc Poles,
Plusli Rockers, Bouquet Tables,
Wicket Easy Cliaiis & ltoekeis,
Pictures, Fancy 8-day Clock,
B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Spiing Matnacsps. Alosipiito Xet,
Upholsteie'd Betl Lounge,
1 Pansy Range and Utensils,
1 Uefiigeiator, 1 Extension Table,
Croekeiy A, Olawaic,
Etc., Elc , Etc , r.to.
IAS. F. MORGAN,
,;' It Auctioneer.
a ij-au q
WIM. OIVK A
0a Saturday, Aug. 2,
Tialnswill leave Hoimhihi Depot at
5:fi0 and 7 v. ji letiiiniug fiom the
Giovu at 10 l'. m. and mldnlglit.
Detaelinients of tlio HawiH.ui Html
will go on both Tiains and Hie full
Band will play at ihe Orovo,
EST" Tickets foi the lound tilp, iu
To be li id of the Committee and at the
O.ihn Railway Depot. (! I id
Occidental & Oriental S, S, Co.
For Yokohama St Hongkong.
The Yeiy Pine Al S. S.
Will bo duo at Honolulu fiom San Kinn
clsco on oi about
September I I, 1890,
And will leave for tlio above poi (son or
about that date.
EST Pur Prcight or Passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
SKI Ut Agents.
Steamship Comp y
FOR SAX VUANCI.SCO,
The A 1 .Steamship
Will hate Honolulu for tliti above
Friday, Aug. 1st,
Por Ktuight or Pasdnge, apply to
m. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
ART CLASSES !
TVTR. Allou Hutchinson holds a class
i-TX. In modelling at hlsMudlo, Nuu
nnuuvonue, ovory Tuosday and Satur
ilay. For pai tlculairt apply "llel Tele-plinnoQ-'l,
Grail Moonlight Picnic
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Eqoitaiile Life Ass
Society of tho United States,
Arc now selling their Ronds, and upon easy terms. The additional fca
tun: of Insurance goes with every llond.
Tliu following are a few of the many attractive foi ins offered by this
oiiginal and progressive Compiny:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments piompt and certain, and its
('Vow the A'e.0 To),'c Pun, April -Uit 1890.)
Tlio LtuvruKfc Itiisini'fls Evor Transacted by a Lilcs Ahsiip-
Tlie new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the ptesent year is rupoited to exceed Finr
Mn i.icin Doi.i.aus. This is al the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annato of life assurance.
SQr-Informution oheei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at hi-, ollice.
ALEX. J. GARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-90
GRAID -:- BARdAIN -:- SALE
FOR OrdLY 1 WEEK G&LY !
i- X2iit.iire iStoolc of
Liiilics, Misses' it Clilrcii's Muslin I
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. AI60,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
S Do Not Miss the
S. EHEL1CH & CO.,
Corner ITotl & Fort Srroetj.
We Desire to Call
For Lubiicating- the Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
i . VAiy0IjIN'-. '? !UI eartil 0l1 specially piep.ucd undei the highest steam
licit and fiom which all volatile and ouilhy matter has been expelled by a
piocess which leaves a puio and heavy oil, which proventa the eating avtay
of bollH and Keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the tirht Muieial Oil introduced for steam cylinder and has been in con
stant uso otoi oigbtten je.ua.
?"Woalsoiiianufacture.Supeiior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
clashes of niachineiy.
Leonard Xc DE211IN,
HONOLTTLU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. C01 ;m
E. R. IlKNintr, President & Manager. John Ena, Vice-President
Ooukhkv Bhown, aecietary& Treasurer. Ckoij. Buown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opiin. NprcclcrlN' Iliiiik, : Port Strcot, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decoratod; and Wedgowood
Piano, Libr.uy & Stand L.imp9, Ohandoliors & Elcotoliers,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds,. A comploto assortm't of Erilla it Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Oiuollo" :i-whcoled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Hlucbe.ird Rico Plow, Planters' Steel & Ooosouecked Hoes,
PiiiutH, Vanishes t Brushes, Manila & 8iB.il Eopo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hone, Boe, Howe,
RUBRHR, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, A STEAM.
Agate Iron Waro, Silver Plated Ware, Tahlo & Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot .feOapsi, Tim Celebi.itcd "Club" Macbiiio-loadetlO.utridgM,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe & Bolt Threading,
Hiirtinau'd Steel Wire Fouco & Steel Wiro Mat,
, . Wm. O. Fisher'a Wrought Steel Rani-en
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