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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tn.lt n SSVct .Fu! J- 1, ISOO.
A. M. 1'. M,
Lojvo J'oio'ulu... 8 MS 1:45
Anlva llonoulluli 10:0o :t:05
Lo&va llonoulluli Mifff. 3iBr.
Arr.vo Honolulu Ili63 f:5"
Stint" as Makcc from ICiiual
Selir llaleikiilu from Lanai
.schr Ktil.tiiiiiuii from Kumil
Smu- Leluia for Nun. Uaktfl.iu
Luitpilioclioe at. 4 p in
Stun-hwiluui lor J.almln.i and llitinn-
kim t 10 u in
Etnir iMinlu forNiiwl1 will, liauiiimnlu
anil Widhui at -1 p in
fchr Kaulkcaoull foi Ifaiml
VfcSSkLS fcAVltl.. TCH.OMiQW.
Stmr Tulc lor Luliulnfi anil KtiUitiaii at
. ' a p in
Sclir Knulltii i fni' Koulau. Ouliu
From Wal lua ami Wuiiua" per stmr
U H Itlbliuji, ui;ii Mis .Melntee, is
I! llooKimo, J h ll.iKjn.iba. ami 48 U ck.
1'ioiu K'ljma pcr.ius akee, .lug 7
Mrs vliaw, Mcs-rs Diinuau anil Kaiser.
Kiom l.itiiiil pur schr 1 1 idea a u, Auf;
7 .Mr Bvtins and sonant.
3AP.G0ES FilOM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr O R Hihop-180 bags ngm S10
bag lice. 50 big hi an, uud 100
b 13 paddy.
Belli" llnlfitlciilii 70 bales wool.
Sill ' '"Ml. BUI CO.
Tbe ntcanier W O Hall t due to-mor.
row iiom Maul u d Hawaii
Tltu stu.iuifi J.i .Mnkeo letnimd till
morning Hum K.ici'a In badnst. hho
II bo b.uili'd up on on thu Maiiuc
It.iilw y .-atuid iy lor cleaning.
Thu H-ma'-ti d s liooncr Ye-ta. Cup
tain Fiiedbeig. has llut-hrd unloading
liur cm go ot lumber fchu will "ail
either -iiliudar or biinduy for I'oit
Jllakuly In b.illast.
LOUAl & GEKERAL HEWS. '
Head the notice of the Sing Hop
J. E. Brown & Co.
rubhur stumps. Suo
nru ngeuls for
Mn. Chark-s J. Fibln 1 is buy pre
pniiug fur his 13ih annual cle.ir.ince
tale, to (.'omiiicncu on a.ituichiy next.
Mn. .Jus. K. Morgan adveitics n
receivers phIo for Saturday, and a
truMi-e's tnlo oE n.il cst.'itu for Wed
The Hawaiian Carnage Manufnc
Uuing Co. have iinporled a new tti el
load iiTuper, which is on exhibition
uL their factory.
It was decided by the Central
Union Congiegiition lustevening to
build their now church edifice of
Mono. The estimated oust is $100,
- 000, Thu building will be completed
in about eighteen tinnitus.
EVENTS IHI8 EVENING.
Nuuanu Chapter of Roe Croix
No. 1 A. and S R.. at 7:30."
Meeting Board of Representatives
Honolulu Fiie Department, at 7:30.
Drill Co. D, Honolulu Rides, at
Be etania street Annoiy, til 7:.')0.
Clie9s Tourney, Class A, at 7.
THE CHARLESTON GOME.
The Ut S. Flauship Charleston
took her depailuro this morning.
Her destination is not known, fa lie
having sailed under sealed aiders.
Her bow is piobab'y now pointed in
the direction of Central America.
The Admiral and his ollieerrf, along
with foreign diplomatic and consular
representatives and prominent citi
zens, were dined by the King, at the
Palace, on ihe eve of departure.
The tug Eleu, with the Hawaiian
Band on board, accompanied the
Charleston to sea and as far as
opposite Waikiki. Minister J. A.
Cummins went out with the Admiral,
and returned on tbe Eleu. The
Chaileslon and her people carry
with them the best wishes of the
A number of bondholders of the
Oahu Railway aud Land Company
had stipulated with the company
for first choico in building lots in
Pearl ' City up to u cci tain value,
.vthtti agiced upon. Accordingly
Manager Dillingham yesterday af
ternoon accompanied the biryeia ic
f cried to, tothu.site of the proposed
new city. Tho transactions were
fcoon effected. Twelve lots were
sold at 8j0 each. I'ho-o with one
Hold pieviously And two this morn
ing at tho same price mid one at an
earlier dato for 8250, bring the
sales up (o 1C lots disposed of at an
aggregate ot 85500. These sales
liquidato in full tho company's ob
ligations to bondholders in the mat
ter of ( choico of lots. Building
areas aud locations will be offered
tvt public auction at an early day
when all persons prepared to invebt
in pretty siici for residenco'or busi
ness will liuvo n favorable opportu
nity of so doing.
Tho capital stock of the Colorado
Mineral Palace, to be built at Ptie-
bio, has been increased, also tho
number of directors,
A ROYAL DiNHEfl.
His Majesty tho KiiiR entertained
Uear-Aclmlraf Gcorgo Brown at din
ner last night. Tho Palace aa spe
cially decorated and illuminated for
Ihn occasion. Tile table tlecoia
tioiis wcic supcib, prcsenliru: Hie
appearance- of a literal bower of
roes, the centre piece being an an
chor of roses three feet ui length,
stiaded from deep red lo white, on a
ciiinson silk pliif li trrouud, llund
sonio pots of ferns wore distributed
around tho dining hall, with fairy
lights peeping through the foliage.
Two large silver candelabras, with
their iifty candles burniug, added
to tho pi utty fairy lamps distribut
ed over the inhle, enhanced the gen
eial effect. The Royal Hawaiian
Hand ' played musical selections at
intervals. The viands weio all na
turally the beat procurable. The
wines used were ot a quality not
obtainable in ihu local nmikut, and
were impotted specially lor His Ma
jesty's use. The health ot tne K'ng
was proposed by the Chainberltiin,
Colonel G. W. AJacfntbno, and was
enthusiastically drunk by the com
pany. The same gentleman, by
(.oinuiaiid of the King, propo-ied the
health of llie Admiial, and this also
li'ceiveda beany response. The Ad
miral in return proposed the Queen
and Royal family, to which Governor
DdminU responded, expressing the
appicciation of the Jlyal fam
ily of the proposers kindly cxpies
riiiiis towards them, and eutei tallied
the hope that the Admiral would not
only bavo a pleasant voyage, but
would "shoitly return. This ended
the toasts of the evening.
In addition to the loyal host and
His Majesty's special guest, Ruar
Adiniral Biown, the following gen
tlemen sat at the table, all of whom
were presented previous lo dinner,
lo His Majesty in the throne room,
which piesentcd a specially biilliant
appearance on the occasion, with it3
ciiinson anil gold lurnituio and
carpets: Hon J O DoniinU, Their
Excellencies Hon J A Cummins,
Minister or Foreign Aflairs, Godfrey
Brown, Minister of Finance, C N
Hpencer, Minister of Jnleiior, A L
Peterson, AUorncy-UciiPral, Hon A
F Judd, Chief Justice, His Excellen
cy John L Steven.s, U S Minister
Resident, hjenhor A de S Caniuarro,
I'ortugtiese Charge d'Aff dres, Ma
jor J II U'odehouse, II B M's Com
missioner, Mous G B d'Auglade,
Fiunch Commissioner, Mr Taizo
Miisnki, Slioioktii. Japanese Consul,
Mr II YV Severance, U S Consul-
General, Mr F A Scbaefcr, Dean of
the Consular Coips, Hon J S Walk
er, Fiesident of the Legislature, Col
i he Hon G V Macfarlunc, His Ma
jesty's Chamberlain, Colonel Robt
II Baker; Capt G C Remey, Fleet
Surgeon G W Woods, Fleet-Paymaster
A Burtis, Fleet-Enginepr P
Inch, Capt W ri Muse, U S M, ;
Lieutenants G L Dver and YV L
Field, Ensign G P Blow and Cadet
W C Cole of the U S Flagship Char
eston ; Commander F McCurley,
D SS Nipsic, Commander GNA
Pollard 11B1IS Acorn, Col Claus
Spreckels, lions II A Widemann, W
II Cornwell, J V Kalua. R R Hind,
II P Baldwin, Cecil Brown, Paul
Isenberg, S M Damon, Dr J S Mc
Grew, Mr John II Paty, Mr J A
Bin k and Mr J YV Robertson, II M's
This was the largest state dinner
given at the' Palace since His Ma
jesty's coronation dinner.
LAW NOT INFRIHQED.
Tho Coniiniuee on Commerce,
Agriculture and Manufactures of
the present Legislature, made a
report to that body under date of
August Olh, which was published in
the dally prcs3, in whicli they say
that I was a party to a tiansnetion
whicli they consider a "dliect in
fringement of the law," and con
clude their report with a canting
Pharisaical peroration which is far
cical, especially when- we consider
business pursuits ol some of the
The committee did not investigate
the tiansaction at all. If liiey had,
they would have discovered that I
had been made the consignee (with
out my previous knowledge) of a
poit'run o( the supplies of the Schr.
"Alton," and n quested to place
the said supplies in the bonded
warehouse here, awaiting tbe auival
of the vessel, then on Us way to
this port. Wc will suppose that on
the arrival of thu supplies (alcohol)
here, that I had elevated myself to
the apex of the hijih moral siaud of
the abuve committee, and with a
spasm of viituous indignation, re
fused to. touch pilch and be defiled,
what would have been the result?
Tho Hawaiian Government, through
its Collector-General, would have
virtually taken my place, the sup
plies would have been placed in
bond by the Poit Surveyor to
await a claimant; on the arrival of
the verj-tl here the master would
have pioved ownership, made tho
necessary formal entries, paid
charges,, and taken possession of
the goods. I claim, Mr. Editor,
that I have not been a party either
directly, or indirectly, loan infringe
menl of any law in ibis transaction,
and that the committee in making
such a statement aic guilty ot a
culpable misstatement, and show
that they have been grossly negli
gent in ihcir duty as investigators.
C. II. Er.miuixii'..
Prince Alexander of Battcnberg
' promises to assist Prince Ferdinand
of Bulgaria in case war breaks out
if iho latter will return to Bulgaria
I and govern constitutionally,
Tnriistuv, Aug. 7.
The House opened at 10 o'clock.
ltr.l'OKTS OK COMMtrif.KS.
Rep. Lucas icporlcd from the
piiiiling committee, ten bills printed.
Rep. Brown lead the reportof Hie
special railway (lomnilUco, on the
Oahu Railway bill. Willi certain
amendments specified the committee
recommends that the bill pass.
Signed by llie presenter, Minister
Peterson," and Rep. Cummings.
Noble Widemann agreed to it but
was noC prccnt to sign the repot l.
Noble Hind dissented In a brief
Rep.'Rickard, Noble McCaithy,
Reps. Kalua and Brown discussed
the disposition of llie jeport.
Noble Widemann having arrived
paid he hm consented to tho recom
mendation with misgiving, as It in
volved the principle now in this
country of guaranteeing interest on
other people's property. Therefoio
he agiced with Rep. Richard that
the importance ol the subject called
for the printing of the bill.
Reports and bill were laid on tho
tablu and ordeicd to be printed.
Noble Walbiidge reported pro
giess from the liquor committee,
and by request was granted more
.. Rep. Apiki presented a resolution
for $15,000 for the two roads in
Kau, fi am Ililea to Pahala, and Hi
lea to Punaluu. Public lands com
mittee. Rep. Kaniai presented n resolu
tion for S3 to relund taxes paid by
Nale, a boy of fifteen years. Min
ister of Finance. Also, another re
solution of Ihe same tenor, slmilarry
Rep. Baker save nolicc of a bill
to provide a distinct bureau for the
police department and to regulate
the police of the kingdom. Also, of
a bill to repeal certain pirts of the
Laws of 1887 and 1S88, and of the
Civil Code. Also, of a bill to pro
vide for the keeping of all accounts
of the Hawaiian Government in both
English and Hawaiian.
Rep. Kamai gave notice of a bill
to provide a deputy sheriff for Kipa
Rep. Kalua gave notice of a bill
to provide for the appointment of
governors. Also, of a bill to pro
vide a permanent settlement for
Noble Pua gave notice of a bill lo
provide tor a police magistrate for
Kalaupapa and Kalawao, jMolokai.
Noble Widemann presented a reso
lution requesting the Minister of Fi
nance to ascertain from the Collector-General
whether any spirituous
liquor other than alcohol has been
exported during llie past biennial
period m whalers or other trading
Rep. Kamai presented a icsolu-
" tion that the Sergeant-at Arms bo
required to furnish each member of
this Assembly with two hundred
two-cent postage stamps. Lost.
Rep. White lead a first time by
title his bill to amend the laws re
lalinc to the practice of law in Po
lice and District Courts.
onunu of the day.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved the or
der ot the day.- Carried.
Second reading of bill to provide
additional facilities in acquiring"
Rep. Paehaole criticised Iho word
ing of a certain clause.
Rep. Kalua moved tho bill pass.
Noble Widemann objected to tho
title of lands, conveyed to the Min
ister for homestead purposes, being
made conditional on the fuUillment
of the contract between the conveyer
aud the Minister.
Rep. White moved and it carried,
that the bill be read section by sec
tion. Noble Pua moved the first section
Noble Burchardt asked, regarding
section two, who would have the
right to run cattlo on that lund.
Minister Peterson said the owner
Hep. Riekard said this bill was
only supplementary to tho original
Act. He moved the section pass as
Rep. Waipuilani moved an amend
ment to thethiid section, providing
that the Minister shall be governed
by fuluic amendments to tho law,
as well as the past legislation on tho
Noble Widemann was against tho
bill but wanted it put in shipo.
There ought to be a section inserted
lo provide for an account'of money
Minister Peterson and Rep. Brown
pointed out that thero was such a
pioviuion in the bill.
Rep. Nnwahi asked several ques
tions "supposing" different evils
that might arise under the law, such
as Ihe owner of tho land asking too
much for it, a Minister being dis
honestly In collusion with a land
The section passed.
Rep. Riekard offered an amend
ment to the fourth section, making
the land-owner responsible to tho.
Minister for cost of survey.
Rep. Mai ques offered an amend
ment to the amendment.
Noble J. M. Horner argued that
Injustice might bo done landholders
under tho amendments proposed,
and ho moved that tho section pass
Rep. Riekard replied that tho
argument of tho lion. Noblo wotked
I on the other side,'
Rep. Brown did not see llie neces
sity for auy of the amendments.
Rep. Nawahi thought some amend
ment of, the kind pioposcd was
Rep. White ihonghtthe landowner
shoilld bear all the expense aud that
tho section should bu rejected.
Noble Marsden moved the House
im.is iincojii: law.
Minister Cummins announced that
His Majesty had been pleased to
assent to the following bills:
An Act to amend Sec. 015 of the
Civil Code, etc., Increasing jurisdic-'
tion of Disttict Justices to suits of
tin cu hundred dollars.
An Act to give greater security to
depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
An Act lo amend the law relating
to the Hawaiian Postal Savings
An Act lo provide for the pay
ment of salaries aud other expenses
of the Government till Sept. Jib,
An Act relating lo the foieclbsurc
of irioitgages, etc.
An Act lo amend the law relating
to the Hawaiian Postal Savings
.Recess from 12 to 1 :J10. "
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
According to all "recognized au
llioiilieaon pailiamenlary -practice,
there is nothing to prevent the Le
gislature from meeting with closed
doors for the purposo of passing a
resolution privately circulated and
signed b3' a majority of the assem
bled wisdom yesterday afternoon, pro
providing any member absent from
three consecutive roll calls be mulct
ed in the sum of half a dollar for
Leach offense, the forfeitures to be
funded and applied from timu to
time to the purchase of ice creams
and cocktails to bo devoured by the
few"trooly loiP'and faithful members
who attend diligently to the public
It becomes a fortunate accident
when an interminably long-winded
Rep.'s inflictions are brought to a
sudden closo by iho falling in of his
root plate. All such honorable gen
tlemen should wear false teeth.
Parliamentary Rhetoric. If any
member disregards the forco of my
arguments and voles this item of
$7000 for the tax assessor of Oahu,
the sun will surely rise to-morrow
morning on a very unworthy object.
nr.ront: M'OUI.LV, J.
Thuusday, Aug. 7.
The King vs. Ah How, unlaw
fully possession of opium. Defend
ant appeal from Police Court Hono
lulu, where on July 1, 1890, he was
found guilty and sentenced to payh
fine of S250 and costs, and to im
prisonment at hard labor for 10 days.
Same sentence. Attorney-General
A. P. Peterson for the Crown, J. M.
Davidson for defendant.
Lewis J. Levey vs. P. G. Cama
rinos. Appeal from Police Com I,
Honolulu. Being heard. W. A.
Whiting for plaintiff, J. A, Magoou
The writer of your article on "Tho
Opium Muddle" seems very anxious
to maku a laughing stock of the
Judiciary Committee. Very will
ingly and eagerly he steps forward
to explain away auy suspicion that
might arise in the public mind that
our committee may got on the right
track. Very sweetly he laughs over
his little 8170 opium trade story.
We are not so green as your writer
would have tho public think. The
money 0270 not 8170 was abund
antly jingled and displayed to con
vince the "innocent" opium man wc
meant business, but he has occasion
now to regret, for it was not opium
buying business. All ho got for his
opium was words, sweet words, the
money, well, he saw plenty of that,
but never got one cent, he was fooled
as well as your writer.
I regret that your paper, publish
ed by very teputablo men, has at
tempted to throw ridicule on our
committee, and, by infeicnco, to
shield (what I may bu allowed to
call) thu opium ring, tho power of
which wo havo abundantly felt.
After tho former opium committee
brought In their rather "lame re
port" every one seemed to feel re
lieved and very unxious to let the
matter drop right there.
Your readers bavo not yet forgot
ten with what a just wrath your
paper vehemently rebuked members
of tho House for repeating "street
talk." The "street talk" then was
against your grain, but now when
the "street talk" inclined to your
favor, why, Mr. Editor, you un
hesitatingly dished it out to your
leaders because, in this case, it was
against a fow "only kanakas" who
naturally belonged to tho "mob"
and not tho "elite."
Honolulu, Aug. 7, 180.
Tho Bulletin did not rely on
Gtreot talk, but it had very brief
timo for getting at tho facts. Tho
committees rises in our esteem if the
foregoing letter is correct, but the
"childlike and bland Chinee" cor
respondingly depreciates. It is
very hard lo behove that ho would
sell evidence to put him on the reef
for ii "Jingle," however abundant.
Ill III Hi),,
Wni. O. Irwin. . PreMdrnt t.M:mngiM'
Olutis Sprcekels Vlcc-I'iesldunt
Hu'ietaiy t Treasurer
Thco. O. I'm tor Auditor
AULN'la OK Till
Ol' Han FranriHPO, nl.
JaTWin. a. b win A- Co., (LM), have
afcunicil the ascts and liabilities of the
hut linn tit Win. G. It white Co, ami
will cuntinuu the genoial business
fonneily can led on by that house.
CM If ,
IS berc'iy jjlvcn to all persons that at
a meeting of the shareholder of
Wm. n. Irutn & Co , (Id), held on
the :iln ilav of July. lfcHO, It was voted
to accept tiie Chatter of Incoipnratlou
dated July 21, LS'iO, and gi anted to
them and their assoul itus and successors
under Ihe corporate uiimi) and style of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited.
And that the Coiporatton under said
Ch u ter was duly oi ganlzed, anil elected
the fol'owltnr named ouluur, iz:
William O. Iiwin,
Vlee-1'ietldent .. Clans Spieckela,
Secretary & Tiensincr
W. M n'ffard,
Auditor T. V. Porter.
Xotlco is alo gben that, pursuant to
tlm. terms of h'dil ('bailer, no stock
holder shall be individually liable for
the debts ot tho Corporation, beyond
tho amount whicli shall bo due upon
the fili.uo or shales ownel or held by
himself. W. M. GtlTAKD,
Secretary Wm. O. Irwin Si Co , L'd.
Cooked Rolled Oats!
sale at all lending groeo-
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
010 S. F. Agents. 12t
TlioiiglilJMl -:- lliioniug
Will Ptatid for a shoit time at
lireeuiUld Stables, Kapiolani Park.
Dokb Spknceii Is a dark bay, 1 vears
old; stands, Ifij hands high; 'kind and
By Dako cf HorMIt,
1st dam Lou Spencer by Noifolk
2nd dam ballerina. ..by imp Jiulrou'ulo
iiul iltuii Uunule Kmtow
by imp. Shamrock
tth dam Idn by Imp, BalaliHZZnr
Cth diim Madam IJosley (Gumma's
Dam) by .-Irltlelmrd
Cth dam Xancy Xlchol.. .by imp. Eagle
7th dam But. itosluy
by Wilkes' Wouder
8th dam , ... .by Chanticleer
Olh diim by Imp. Stcillng
luih dam by f'lodlus
11 tli dam by Imp. Silvcioyo
Pith dam by Inlp Jolly Roycr
13th dam by imp. Partner
lllh (limit by Imp. Monkey
15 ill dam Imp. mam from the stud ot
Ilimlson, of Itramlon
t3T" Best of earn taken with animals.
In cnse of accident no lcsponMbllity
W. II. RICKA.11D,
TUB Hawaiian Construction Co. will
not no responsible for any bills
confronted In their iiunio without a
wiltten order signed either by D. P.
l'clorsou or J. M. Oat.
Jl, V. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Construction Co.
Houoliilu, July 11, 18'JO. G03 In)
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the
Arc now selling their Bonds, mid upon easy terms. The additional
luro of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by-
original and progreasivo Company:
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.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and ceitain, aud It
From the Kao York Sun, April Ifj, 1890.)
Tho Largest r.usinoss Ever Transacted ly a .Ji!b 'Assnr-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of the present year i3 reported to exceed Futy
Million Dollaus. This i3 at the rate of Uco hundred millions ofassur'
ancofor the if ear, and is unprecedented In the annals of life assurance.
BSrTnforination cheerfully furnished to nny who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oillce.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Inlands, Equitable Life Assurance Socielv
of tho U. S. Jnn-l-9b
CORN Ell nOTEfi &
GRAND -i-ARGAIN -:- SALE
FOR ONLY 1 WEEK OWLY !
Onr JUiitiro Ss3tocIc of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Mnslin Underwear
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
S3 Do Not Miss the Sale.
8. EHRLICH & CO.,
C00 lot Corner Hotol ft Fort Streets.
We Desire to Call Your Attention To
For Lubxioatmg tho Valves
VALYOLINfJ is an earth oil specially prepaicd under tho highest fleam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has boon expelled by a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, whicli prevents tho eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing porfectly clean. Thin
was tho first Mineral Oil introduced for fiteam cylinders aud has been in con
stant uso ovor eighteen yeais. .
fjST Wo also manufaolnro Superior Machine and Spindlo Oils for all
classes of machinery.
Leonard &: DEllis,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. 001 ihn
E. R. FlnKDUr, Presldont & Manager.
Ooin'iiKV Buowk, Seeruitiry As Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
(3CTr.lTJ3I.) - s '
Oppo. SpreckolH' ltauk, : Fort Street, Ilonoluln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Geni Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qonnino Havilaml China, plain and decorated; and Wcdgcwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers fc Eleotolicrs,
Lamp Fixtures of till kinds, A eoniploto aBaortni't of Drills &, Files,
Tho "Claollo" 3-wlioolcd Riding Plow & Equallzor,
Bluebeard Rico Blow, Planters' Steel & Goosonueked linos,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Yaruiithca it Brushes, Manila A. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KLNDS,
JEXose, Home, Houe,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of Hupcrior quality, fc STEAM,
Agato Iron "Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Tahlo A Pockot Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridge,
Hnrt'd Patout "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo & Bolt Threading,
llaf tnian'a Steel Wiro Fonco & Steel Wiro Main, ,
Win. O. Fisbor'a Wrought Bteol Ituuget
dale City Blono. Flltorn,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nnv-20-89 . Ni'al'a Carriago riinln,
and Cylinders of Steam Engines,
John Ena, VIce-PreMdwit
Ci:cn. BitowN, Auditor.