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FHIUAV, AUGUST 1, 1MU0.
OABU RAILWAY & LAUD CO "S
To T.ili KSTri't July Sl, t.!)0.
A. M. f. M.
Lsavo I o.iclulti 8:15 1 :15
Arriva lionoull-tl 1U:05 :i:05
Leave lloiioiiliuli lo:i)r ;i:U"i
Arrlvo Honolulu 11 ;.' .l:oo
Stinr Knula from Kauai
Nehr ol Wuhhie Irom llninakua
StiurKlntiu from Maul nml Hawaii
Stun- XV U Hull for Hawaii and Maul tit
10 a in
Stinr U 11 Hnhop for Wahiuae, Wniahia
null Koolati aL 0 n in
Stmr Jit uiuiiiliis for Koolati ut Dam
O s S Australia, lloudlutte, for San
Finnciseo n( 12 in
Stinr lillauea lluii lor Pepeel.eo and llo-
tioinu at i ii in
CARGOES FBC'M ISiAND PORTS.
Stmr Kiimii 20 bags spud", 10 case?
pine appk'S, 1 hure, 1U0 pat smi
For San FranoUco pur B S Austra
lia, Aug 1 Mrs Win O Itwin, child
and maid, Mrs It Ivort, Master Bon
Jlolladav, T V Jlobron and wife,
lion WF Allen and Alts Allen, fiov
WC Merrill and wile, Mis A G
llawes, blaster II awes, It A Edrtj
and wife, JIta J F Foster, Mrs Mu
ther, I) K Miller, Mrs U llolte and
child, filrs U K Howe, W 11 Bailey
and familv, Mrs lttiwlins and cliil
dren, Mrs'.l U Ban hum, D W Ful
gr, Dr N 15 Enuirron, wife and child,
JIiss l'eirce, Mis N lobortbon, ?.lrs
W It seal, 1' 0 Lowiey, Minster A L
OiiHtlu, Mrs W II McLean and child,
B Ehrhch, J II Thom.iM, wife, diittylt
tcr and Mm, G-o MeLeod, Mts I JJ
Potter, Mrs V Hill and daughter, L
E Williams, Miss May GiunmiiiK,
Mrs It F Biekerton and child, Mr
and Mrs Henry Edwatd, Mrs J
Bowler, Miss Barr, Miss Daly, II
Connors, Harry Bell, It D'Ogden,
.Harry Ay res, Mrs E F Bates, Miss
Bates, V Blui.dill, David Dowsutt,
P Wallace, W Hexter, 11 N Green-
well, W Johntion, Mrs HopkinB, Miss
Graeiu Ilupkins, W O Peacock, Mi-s
Etliul Winlhtop, Hurry Gates, 11 B
Ilieo, J 11 Kice, J S Muirluad, Bro
Dennis, Miss J Shaw, Miss iieleue
Courtney, Clill l'hillips, J C Lane,
Mr- J Booth, Master J Miles, C J
From windward ports per stmr Kl
nau Aug 111 D Mitchell, Mrs ow
laud uuU 2 dangliters, U L i raijbc, Miss
liigbt, T Itosewurae, J Kuurk, F M
Swanzv, J Vlerui, Fathers V Pouzct,
M vudre, Paul, and O iver; W - Wil
son, L si-ll and wife, Mis E P Low
and servant, Miss U Wight, Miss Uoo
ptl, Ed Dowsitt, G IS itieliatdton, Mrs
JCtimaiopIli, Jlrs E Maxwell, W II
Daniel-), J A Buck and wife, Miss E
Spreckels, Y Homer, U W Baldwin.
C L Wight, G P iider, Miss Helen
Wilder, Miss L Wilder, and 5'Jde k. i
For Maul and Hiiwaii i.ersiuir " G
Hall, us; 1 Miss Silva, Miss Sarah
Douhei ty, MissE U rtin. .Mrs Martin,
C L lirito, Mirah win, Airs Newton, .1 1)
Johnson and wife. Miss At J Cour.-en,
Misautiter, A.atta, T Kerr, J.&her
wood, a d about GO deck.
For Wulatua and utsiuae per R
Bishop, Aug 1 Dr O M fccholtz, Mr
Johnson ami 10 dee-.
The steamship Mariposa is due to
morrow en route to the Colonies.
The steamship Au-tralia sailed at
noon to-day for Han FraneUeo. She
took the following cargo of domestic
produce: W Ir.iu & i'o, 8087 bags
sugar; M - Grliibauui & Co, 2500 bags
rice; Jl lillllps & Co, .153 bags rice;
Sing Chong & i o, 2075 bag nee; lly
mau Bros, 1230 bags rice; Yneu Lung
& Co, 230 bags rice; Quong On .Inn &
Co, .00 b.igs rlCt-; Campbell, Marshall
itCo, '1007 bunehes bananas; Gonsalves
& Co, U-bunches bananas; JJ F l,ur
gess, 2!)D buuehes bananas; C L Hop
kins, 893 bunches. Sundries: C82 hides,
in sheep skins, 5 go it skins, 80 empty
wine barrel', 0 bss betel leaves, 08 eases
fruits, 17 pkgs miscellaneous fielghi,
and 1 horse.
HUMPIHtEY- In Honolulu, August.
, Mrs Elizabeth Humphrey-, re
lict of tlio lut&.W 11 lain Humphreys,
aged 00 yours nml mouths.
BGjrtfiiueral to-moirow (iiitiirdny') at
2 p. m. from the n-sldoneu of Mrs S.
S. BobiTtson, Emma Smiarc. Friends
and iicqualiitatices are respectfully in
vited to a tend.
HERBERT-In lluiio iilu, August 1, to
the wife of Dr. Geo. ilerbeit, aon.
10UAL ft C&HEHAL KEWS.
Tub Kiimu brought no sugar this
Thbue is to be a wedding in Hono
House and lot for
halo or renf.
The meeting of llio Camera Club
has been postponed until next week,
- - '-
Mil. C. J. Fibliel makes a terriblo
tlueat lo tuitly debtors in this paper.
Notice is given that Dong Fat of
liana haa been udjtidged bankrupt.
Peteu Jackson, tlio
pugilist, is oxpeetctl by
the S. S.
Mn. Morgan's sale of mares, colte,
and mules has been postponed till
AM lirthonwit mi'eiluft cl tit- Mc
clmnlca' Union will bo held thh eve
Turisalo of seats fur "Little Lord
FunntliToy" at the Opera House last
evening aniiiuntitl t 05.1
Mi:. LovovV ttili' (if mirrors by.
order i uurii-nvritcr will lako piano
at 10 o'clock m-niorrow.
Mits. Miller, lately matron tif llio
Queen's Ho-pital, ha taken choree
of Ktipinlaui Maternity Hume.
Tun Oceanic Stemi-hip Company
Intel thu AuMmlinV paenger list
neatly piloted mi cm (In this trip.
lilt) Majesty yesterday decorated
Mrs. Jus. W. Robertson its Lady
Companion of tins Royal Ordur of
A l'Annwiiiiii dancing parly wna
given ut tlio Antm Hall last evening,
to several of tho "boys" who loft by
thu Atietialiii tn-dnv.
Mr:. ,1. 0. Lane, editor of the Ha
waiian Directory, given notice that
ho has- sold his interest in thu work
to Mr. K. F. Burgess.
Tin: "survivors" of Wednesday r.
year ago decoiated the gr.ives of lln
"tnuriyis," with floweis, leis, and
bouquets, "in eomniemoralion of
their mariyrdom in the causo of
their country and rights,"
vitiVATi: letter fiom llamakua,
Hawaii, btates th.t a railway acci
dent happened (date not given) at
the Honokaa plantation, wherein
eleven persons worn injured, two of
whom have died. Also, that there
has been considerable rain in lliu
dishict during the past month, the
rainfall being unusually heavy.
M.B. James F. Morgan will fcoll a
large amount of piopeily, belonging
to the estate of llie late' l'hilip Mil
ton, by order of Hon. Cecil Brown,
executor and trustee, at. the farm
hou-o in Pnlolo valley, 10 o'clock to
morrow. Tiuec lots of land, a lnre:e
number of valuable leases, and '100
head of eattlo sue comprised in the
The closing exercises of St. Ann's
School, Ileeia, Oaliu, were held
Monday, July 28th. The morning,
from 9 to 1, was taken up with
class exercises and studies, consist
ing of song9, reading, spelling, dic
tation, arithmetic, geography, gram
mar, composition, and oalistlienio
It was surprising to ?cc the little
tots, some of whom could hardly
lisp their own mother tongue, read
and write English. Tlio more ad
vanced grades acquitted themselves
quite cieditably, showing careful
At 1 o'clock recess was an
nounced and a war of extermination
wa9 immediately declared and be
gan by the guests against an array
of good things, and soon everybody
was bu-ily engaged in the conflict
knives and torks and spoons and
lingers all employed in the good
The second part of the pro
gramme entertainment began al
1 o'clock. The following declama
tions, etc., were tendered:
Chorus, I love our pleasant
Dialogue Miss Kaleilehna. Mary
Ann Slva, Makaikuihouua, Jose
Imitation song Juniors.
Declamations by Win. Rowcu,
Louiba Rowun, Jos. Sylva, Mary
MoUabc, Jas. McCabc.
Song The Bright Crown, school
Dialogue The Sick Baby, Louisa
Rowen, Jos. Sylva.
Song The Lilllo Tradesmen,
bo s and girls.
Dialoguo The Kew Quarters,
Kaluiuatnoku, Mary McCabe, Jas.
Song-Katy Did, Katy Didn't,
Dialogue Daisy's Party, Miss
l.a'eilehua, Mary Ann Sylva, Mary
McCabe, Gregory Moeloa, Jos.
Sylva, Jas. McCabe.
Song and Churns Kind Words
arc Never Lost, school.
Closing Address Mary Aim
The singing throughout wn3
spirited and sweet, in 6omo instances
of n higher order than could bo ex
pected. There wus ono piece in
particular that deserves special
mention, it was so pleasing and to
well noted by the children "The
Little Tradesmen. " There were
twehe characters each with his or
her implements of trade, and nil
seemed to appreciate their diffcient
The whole exercises were carried
out in such a pleasing manner, the
pupils seeming to enjoy themselves
as much as thu audience, that every
body prosent wus gratilled with
what they saw aud heard, and Mr.
John McCabe, their teacher, has
good cause to he proud of his
school and deserves warm praiso
for the care and patience which ho
must have given to his children to
cause such elllcicnuy.
Thu school was crowded with
visitors, many standing aud silling
on the window frames. Among
those present were Mr. Kwnrl, wife
and children, Mr. James Donelly,
from Ilauiila school, G. L. Edwards,
j from Ewu school, Then. Ueverin, G.
Frernuuii'l, and the Faculty of St.
Louis Colli go, represented by
Brothers Fituicis, Thomas, Lewis
U IMSLAT IE.
l'niiiAV, Aug. 2").
The House epened ut 10 o'cloek.
iilji'onts or coM.Mti'tr.Ks.
Rep. Kultia presented the major
ity and minority reports ol the judi
ciary committee on the hill to change
the seal, ol justice in 1 1 m Third Judi
end Circuit Irom Wittinea to Ninth
I-ohiila. The mnjoriiy repoit, signed
by A. lioin, Win. White, and Win.
Ilulslend, suts forth that court lias
been held tit Waimea a long time; it
is centrally Hitualod on thu island;
there- is no good reason for thu
change ; it had not been recommend
ed by the Judges of the Supreme
Court, mid thu innlonty recommend
that tlio bill be laid on thu table.
The minority report, signed by Jos.
Nawaln, reoitus that W :dmea has
inadequate accommodation lor per
sons intending court, while North
Kohala Inui ample accommodation, a
good harbor, anil railway comtnuui
cation, thercfoio lecomniends lite
bill pass. Rep. Kalua, chairman of
committee, declined lo assent to
either repot I. Both wetc luid on
the tabic to be considered with the
Rep. Kalua presented the major
ity and minority reports of the same
committee on the bill to change the
place of holding couit terms in the
Second Judicial Circuit from Lalia
ina lo Wailulcu, so lliat the two
terms should he held at Wailuku in
stead ot alternating between the two
places. The majority report, signed
by J. W." Kalua, A. Rosa, and W.
Ilalslead, recommends the bid p:iS3.
The niinoiity report, signed by Jos.
Nawahi and'Wm. While, recommends
that the bill be indefinitely (po-,t-poned.
The arguments on both
sides are the same as were produced
in debate on the bill. Botli reports
were laid on the tabic to be con
sidered with thu bill.
Noble Midler presented the report
of the committee on commerce on
the bill to increase the duties on
coffee. They find that -1 1,888 lb. of
coffee had been impntted in 1889
11,092 lb. raw and ;i0,79fi lb.
grettnd, and our surplus of 43,073
lb. had to be exported, which shows
the urcnt desirability of protecting
tlic Hawaiian coffee groweis. Raw
eoffue lias heretolore paid a duty of
3c. per lb. Ground coffee has been
admitted at 10 percent advalorem,
the United States claiming that
ground coffee, though not a product
is a mnuutacUirc of Hie United
Stales, and we have a treaty with that
country. To make llio bill effective,
ii mil be neceso.vy to strike out in
sec. 1 the words "not having a
treaty with this kingdom," with
which amendment it is recommended
that the bill pass. Signed by E.
Midler, Jos. Nawahi, Ii. C. Macfar
lane, Cecil Brown, A. S. Wilcox.
Laid on the table, on motion of
Minister Brown, to be considered
with the bill.
Rep. Brown presented the report
of the committee on the bill to
amend the law relating to the fore
closure of mortgages. Committee
recommend that the bill pass, with
sec. 2 stricken out to avoid risk of
Report rfdnplcd and bill ordered
to hi- rc-engtossed.
Rep R.ce presented a resolution
of thanks to the Wilder Steamship
Company for ihe free use of the
steamer Hawaii to enable the special
committee to visit Molokat. Adopted.
Rep. Kalua gave notice of a bill
to regulate the manufacture and sale
of opium, liquor, and tobacco.
Rep. Kutihi gave notice of a bill
to provide a police justice for Wai
anao. Rep. Waipuilani gave notice of a
bill to prohibit parents and husbands
from prostituting their daughters
Tho same member read a first
time by title his bill lo regulate
Rep. Kahooknno presented ques
tions to the Minister of the Interior:
1. Whether road boards have bor
rowed money from planters for
building roads? 2. What road
boards V 3 What districts? 4.
Amounts of such debts? A. Out
of what fund is such indebtedness
to be paid?
The samo member presented a
resolution for 82000 to provide 10
street lamps fur Kohala. Laid on
table to be considered with Appro
Rep. Lucas presented tiie follow
ing: Whereas, the assembly has
now been in session nearly fort3'-fivc
days, and life is uncertain, and time
is Heeling, and the members are
gelling old, and it is important that
the business of this House should
be finished before the end ot tho
present year ; Therefore bo it re
solved that thu Finance Committee
bo r quested to present their report
someluno before the end of this
Rep. Whito gnvo notico of a bill
relating to certain Crown lauds,
also, of a bill to amend the law re
gulating the practice of law.
Rep. Marques presented n resolu
tion that whereas the Oaliu Railway
and Laud Co. 'a invitation lo nil ex
cursion hud been accepted early in
the session, resolved that the com
pany be notified that thu House
would lake the excursion to-nioriow.
Noblo J. M. Horner objected to
thu fteo excursion, as it looked like
Noble Marsden reminded the lion,
Noble that tho invitation had boon
nirendy hcucpled. To meal luc Ob
jection ho moved that tins Sergeant-nl-arras
be instructed lo buy tickets
for all members wanting to go.
Rep. Kalua considered it did not
look well to discuss tho matter. He
moved Hie House go on the regular
Noblo Crabbo said their excur
sion would interfere with tlio picnic
of Co. A. Let every member pay
for Ills ticket.
Rep. Nawahi objected lo tho ex
cursion going al i o'clock. It w.vj
loo Into to see llio country, and tlio
liability to accident was greater.
Legislators wuro too vu'uablu a com
modity to be imperilled.
Rep. Bush thought tho House
should take the whole day for it.
Those who did not wisli to go could
engage in committee work.
Rep. Matques thought it would
not lie just lo asl: lor a special
Rep. P.ichaolo wanted to make a
day of it.
Noblo Widcmaun considered too
much time was being wasted over a
tr iling mailer, and moved tlio pre
vious question. Carried.
After bomo discussion on what
the motions were, tlio resolution
passed with a rider that the excur
sion he by the 3:45 a. m. train.
Noble JJarsden was appointed a
committee of one lo notify Mr. Dil-liugliam.
unncn or tiii: dat.
The House went -into committee
of the whole, Rep. Kauhi in the
chair, for the consideration of the
Interior Department, continued.
Forests, Parks, Nurseries Main
tenance of nurseries, 810,000.
Noble Phillips moved it be referr
ed to a special committee. It seem
ed to him this was not enough. The
keeper of the nursery lived in a
hovel, worse than some hon. gentle
men have for their horses.
Rep. Riekard supported refer
ence, not only on account of poor
accommodation for the nurseryman,
but because of the importance ot the
object. In all European countries
nurseries were maintained for pro
pagating plants for the public bene
fit. Thu importance here was en
hanced by the policy of settling
homesteads adopted by this country.
Rep. Waipuilatii wanted details.
Minister Spencer said tho item
was based on expenditure of the
past session. Mr. Jaeger, who had
charge of tho nursery, had recom
mended no increase. Ho (the Min
ister) had already given orders to
have the house of the keeper repair
ed. Ho moved the item pass as in
the bill. Rep. Waipuilani was further
informed that the forest on the hill
belonged to tho establishment, that
the nursery was on Government
land, and -that Mr. Purvis was not
assisted by it in his cinchona expe
riment in Hamaktia, but had a spe
Noble Marsden supported refer
ence to a special committee, urging
the importunee of experimental
work, in order lo proraoto diversi
fied agriculturo for homesteads and
Noble McCarthy thought Ihe item
might appropriately be referred to
committee on item for repairs to pub
lic buildings. The hot house at tho
nursery was of little or no use as it
stood and occupied ground that
might be utilized to more purpose
Noble Burchardt found from the
Interior Report that a great deal
had been done in distributing plants
throughout the islands. Out of a
thousund plants ho had himself dis
tributed among natives, only twelve
or fifteen had thrived. Ho thought
there was no reason to increase tlio
appropriation on account of the for
Noble Baldwin did not consider
there was reason for any increase if
the nursery was to bo conducted on
the same scnle as in the past. But
ho would advocate more being dono
by the Government in this lino. The
country could not afford to go into
it on u large scale, but there were
many new industries that might be
started if the Government did a lit
tle experimenting. For these rea
sons he was in favor of referring the
item to a committee. He believed
in encouraging small farms which
would provide a class that would
give backbone to tho country. Thero
nro superior varieties of pineapples
to thoso generally cultivated here,
but private persons of small means
could not go to Braetl to look up
these desirable varieties. This was
true ot other products. He was in
.favor of an increase and would like
to seo tho matter referred lo n com
mittee. Rep. Bush had been in favor of
passing tho item ns in tho bill until
lie had heard llio enthusiastic re
marks of the lion, Noblo from Maui.
Tho speaker had seen superior
pineapples in Samoa, a slice of
which would sell for 25c. in an
Francisco. Ho referred to tho great
possibilities of cultivating olives and
oilier products, and supported refer
ence to a commutes.
Noblo J. M. Horner considered
the nursery system had not suffi
ciently extended to the aiding of
diversified agriculturo on the other
islands. Thousands of tdckly coffee
trees wero being set out in Konn,
where a nursery might furnish
healthy ones.. There should bo a.
nuicry in oycry agricultural dis
trict of the kingdom. There was not
one in twenty raising coffee who
knew how to do it.
Rep Lucas moved the committee
take recess till 1 :30. Carried.
Recess from 12 to li30.
llKVOUfc M'Cft.l.Y, ,t.
TiiunsDAr, Aug. 1st.
in te -tlate of Waller It. Seal of
Honolulu, Oaliu, deceased. Peti
tion of Helen M. Sent for probato
of will. W. R. Castle appointed
temporary administrator under
$1500 bond, and bearing on petition
continued for three weeks on ac
count of absoueo of tho two sub
scribing wiiiirsse-, to will. W. Ii.
Castle for petitioner.
imroiu: iiolb, J.
Fiudav, Aug. 1st.
Su Wui vs. J. II. Soper. Tres
pass. Judgment of nonsuit en
tered. No appeal ance of or for
plaintiff, C. W. Aihford for defen
dant. Chong Fool: vs. J II. Soper,
Marshal. Trespass. Damages S3,
000. Partly heard yesterday aud
continued until to-day. Being
tried before a foteign jury. J. M.
Davidson for plaintiff, Attorney
Geneial A. P. Ptlcr.son and C.
Creighton for defendant.
AGED RESIDENT GONE.
Mrs. Humphreys, who died to
day in iter ninety-first year, was one
of the oldest residents of the king
dom. Sho was born in Burystreet,
Edmunds, County Suffolk, Eng
land, and came to the Hawaiian
Islands from Australia in 1851.
Her laic husband, William Hum
phreys, was for many ycai3 chiel
Clerk of tho Supreme Court of this
kingdom. Mrs. Humphreys was
mother of Mrs. S. S. Robertson and
grandmother of James W. Robert
son (IIi9 Majesty's Vice Chamber
lain), George II. and Alex. G. M.
Robertson, and Mrs. V. A. Sehae
fer, Mrs. Lawrence, Miss Grace
Robertson, and Miss Kualo Hum
phreys, nil living in this country.
Tho lamented and vencrablu lady
was a member of Central Union
Church. Ilor funeral will take
place nt 2 o'clock to-morrow from
the residence of her daughter, Mrs.
S. S. Robertson, Emma Square.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, August, ft lb,
AT 13 O'CLOCK xoex,
At (he stables at rear of tho office of
Hon .1. I. Dowsett, Queen street,
I will sell at Public Aucllou,
S TWT "UJ 3L, ej m
T-TT The Colt are from Good Brood
Mares, and die Mules nro from tk"
Colebruted Jack "Blutchcr.''
LL bills outstanding over ono year
and not paid by August 1Mb, will
b publicly advertl-ed for sale.
Chas. J. FI.SUEL,
The Lfiidlnc Millinery House, comer
Fort & Hotel btrcets. C20 lw
NEW Ladles' or Chil
dren's Curt with
Harness, for small horse,
at a reusonituio price. Apply lo
At Il.IIackfeld ACo.'b.
& Lot For
COTTAGE containing 4
rooms, kitchen and bath
room: has been lately fur-
nfee lot, nltuated about C min
utes' wulk from Post Olllce. Rent re
fotmblo; will ho sold at a baritsln.
Apply at this ollleo. 020 tf
DURING tho absence of XV. O. Pea
cock from thl3 Kingdom, C. A.
Peacock will slgti for us under full
pnwor of attorney,
W. U PEACOCK & CO.
Hoijoluhi, July 31, isno. (lll)3t
HAVING sold tlni Steamer "Walma
nttlo" 1 wlbh all bllU ugnlnst sulci
vpbsoI, to date, to ho piuBcnted to mo
for p:i iiieut. All accounts against tho
Schooners "Allku," "Heehi," "Bob
Roy" aud Steamer "Viva," to date,
will pleuso also be prcRnnted for pay
ment. All claims hereafter on the latter
four vesn'N must bo accompanied by my
written order or thev will not be paid,
J. I. DOWSE'IT.
Honolulu, July 31, 1890, 010 :U
ART CLASSES I
modelling at his studio, Nuu-
ami avonno, every lucsuay unu .atur
dv, ' For parllculaiB apply ''Boll Tele
phone, 031, 007 lm
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classes of machinery.
Leonard Ac ZEDllis,
HONOLULU IRON "WORKS CO., Solo Agonts. C01 3m
B. R.'IlKNincr, President & Manager.
GouFituv Buown, 8ccrolary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Nprttclcvlfi' Iliink, t Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS anil DEALERS IN
Gen'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qenulno Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowood
Piano, Library fc Stand Lamps, Chandollora A Electoliern,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete nssortm't of Drills &. Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Ol HVHBY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazelle" 3-wheelod Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Uliicbearil Rice Blow, Plant era' Steel fc Goosoneeked lloea,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINHEED, , -
Paints, Varnishes & Brushes, Manila it Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
I-JCoho, -"Hose, Hone,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, A STEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silver Plated Waro, Tublo k Pookot Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tho Colebrated,'01ub" Muchino-loiulcd Oiirtrid(,'es,
.AG ICrSXte JTOIl
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dlo Stock for Pino & Bolt Threading,
llartmiiu'u Bteol Wiro Fonco it Stool Wire Mats,
Win, U. Fisher'a Wrought Steel Ranges
Gato City Stono Fillers,
"Nov. Process" Twiat Drills,
nov-20-80 Noal's Cnrriago Tain la.
terms. Tho additional fco-
& FOllT STREETS.
WEEK OfrJLY I
Your Mention To
and Cylinders of Stoam Engines.
John Eha, VIce-PreBldent
Ckoh. Biiown, Auditor.