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TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
' Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Iiencfil of All.
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1893.; a
' Cbtmcilltir Einiiioluth's consum
ing zonl to hnvo tho lloloinua sup
pruasod is worthy of a uoblo pur
pose. It takes ou an ignoble aspect,
howovor, uudor tho light of dovol
opmonts enusod by that Councillor's
own pot measure for regulating tho
projss. Mr. Enunoluth has boon re
gistered under that clumsily drawn
statute as the manager of tho Ha
waiian Daily Kuokoa newspaper.
Tho suspicion is inevitable that Mr.
Etnmoluth promoted tho now law to
enable him to crush rival journalists
whom ho cannot copo with in hon
By our report of tho proceedings
.of tho Provisional Legislature yes
terday it will bo scon that tho ex
penses of tho military from January
17 to April 13, 1893, were $38,935.01.
This is at tho rato of $M1.23 a day.
or $322,112.50 for tho biennial period.
Tho appropriation made by tho late
Legislature for tho military estab
lishment of tho kingdom was j?o0,000
for tho biennial period, which is at
the rato of $63.50 a day. Even this
modest provision for tho military
was fiercely opposed as waste of
public mouoy by tho Advertiser, now
n zoalous organ of tho Provisional
Govonimout road- at all times, in
return for liberal subsidies, to defend
tho wildest extravagance of that
"body. The difference between SGS.50
a day and $141.23 a day is only a
triile, probably, in tho eyes of those
whoso soliish purposes now as over
sanctify ail' outrage. But to tho
tax-payors of this country, who have
the weakness, inhoront in that class
everywhere, of expecting something
tangibly useful in return for their
tribute to tho powers that bo, it is a
difference of $372.75 hard coin overy
daj Another serious diffoionco to
tho people at largo lies in tho fact that
tho moderate appropriation of tho
constitutional Legislature was for
respectable troops, carefully selected
as to phj-siquo aud porfectly drilled,
and withal tho servants of tho Gov
ernment; whereas the lavish out
pouring of tho revolutionary Govern
ment is for an armed mob, largely
picked at random from tho lowest
drift elements, who have been proved
by specimens figuring in tho civil
courts not to mention courts-martial
to be more a menace than a
protection to tho public peace, aud
who are known to have been masters
instead of servants to tho Govern
ment on occasions. There is not
justification for any larger military
establishment uudor tho revolution
ary regimo than there was under tho
monarchy,, even from tho point of
view of tho revolutionary rulers as
intonding to hold tho fort until tho
United States finally decides whether
to take tho country or leave it alone.
With even loss support than tho
Government has from tho first
claimed to have in tho community,
it would require only a small force
to watch tho public buildings and
guard against surprises, for tho rest
relying on tho volunteer forces that,
in caso of nocessit, would probably
bo more effective, ono to five, than
tho heterogeneous bands now on
guard for money only. Jt must be
borne in mind that tho Government
has not only possession of all tho
strongholds and vital points, but it
has supremo control of tho importa
tion, traffic in, and possession of
weapons aud ammunition. Its supe
rior strength as compared with
whatever opposition might in caso
of opportunity become belligerent
ought under such circumstances to
bo beyond doubt and cannot bo
estimated at all on tho basis of
numbers. The Provisional Govern
ment would display infinitely more
strength in tho oyos of tho world
yes, oven to tho view of this com
munity itsolf if it evinced moral
courage enough to disband its mer
cenary forces, retaining only a small
regular guard for tho public build
ings, at a cost, if not approaching,
at least not going clean out of sight
boyond tho moderate amount pro
vided by tho last constitutional
Legislature. Words would not bo
honest which described tho present
rata' of military expenditure as any
thing short of an outrageous misuse
of the people's money obtained as
that revenue is by taxation without
representation. Such a heavy pro
portion of the aggregate expendi
ture for all purposes, simply to
maintain the present government
without a constitution in power by
force, emphatically holies all the
claims that the Provisional Govern
ment is ruling with the consent of
u majority oven of tho foreign part
of tho community.
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AFRAID TO UEGISTEK.
Ohinoso Foar tho Power of tho Six
Washington, May 1. Special Agent
Ehlredgo of the International Kov
enno ISurcnu reports from San Fran
oitco thiit hu huts interviewed about
forty Chinese in that city touching
the refusal of their countrymen to
register us .lomircil by the new law
ami he leains Unit their action is not
billed upon nny awision to having
their photogiuphs taken, though that
regulation is no longer ictpiircd, nor
to any other regulation Imposed by
the new law, but simply because they
ate afraid to icgister lest haiin comes
to them thiotigh the iusttuments em
ployed by the six companies.
Th-'V are encouraged by the timid
ity of the administration. The action
of Secretary Carlisle in withdrawing
the uile that photographs should lie
taken, and the remarks to Hepiescn
tutives Cnmiuclti and Maguiic by the
President to the eiket that the Chi
nese weie not to he dealt with sum
marily but given a chance, has gieat
ly encouraged them in their opposi
tion to registration.
Tho Supienie Couit has decided
th.it ii will hear the case, which it is
expected will come up to test the
Oeaiy law on Wednesday of next
week, the 10th inst. Solicitor-lieneral
Aldi it'll will appear for tho Govern
ment mid make his last argument be
foie giving way to his successor in
utlice. State Attorney-General Hart
is ready to take part if invited, but
thus far he has not received any inti
mation that his services will bo need
ed. Tho understanding is that a Chi
nese who has not registered will be
in rested on the 0th mst., and taken
hemic a United States Commissioner.
The ease will be annealed
to the j
Supreme Com t on a writ of habeas
eoipus ami the constitutionality ot
the Geary net brought forward to be
tested bv the highest tribunal in the
Tlieie is a peculiarity of the situa
tion that does not auein to be appre
ciated by those who desiro the law de
feated. Should the law he sustained
eveiy Chinese who lias not registered
is liable to be dupoited to China. He
can have no furthei chance to regis
ter, but must go back to his native
laud. Tine it is that the money
available will siitliee to take hack hut
a small fiaetiou of those who have
not itgisieml. but should an appeal
he made to popular subscription the
Chinese are sure that a suilieiont sum
lor the put pose could be easily raised
when assurance could be given that
the Mongolian population could he
leduced in so ladical a manner.
Mr. George Oiborno in tho Adver
tiser of May i) appear terribly work
ed up beeauso somebody doesn't cut
and slash somebody else into smith
ereens. Ho says: "History tolls that
Hampden, having drawn tho swoid,
threw away the scabbard and never
stopped until victory was achieved."
How Mr. Osborne does appear to
swell and swagger with putted up
importance a la '"Falstafl" because
United States troops had a largo
hand in overthrowing tho Queon;
theroforo he thinks it safe to bluster.
Again ho says: "Tho present state
ot things must coino to an ond."
Certainly, they must eomo to an
ond. .Mr. Usoorno, out won t you ,
wait until Commissioner Blount is
ready to knock those "things" to
pieces? He winds up thus: "And
wo hope it may bo done peaceably,
for I have a great regard lor tho na
tives, and will at all times seek and
maintain their rights and liberties
as stoutly as our own; but the' must
ho reminded tlioro will bo no more
fooling, neither will ex-Queen Liliu
okalaui ever again rule over us."
May the Almighty have niorey upon
Hawaiians it they find no more
"stout" a champion than George
Osborno. I suppose what Mr. Oa
bornu moans by "no nioro fooling"
is, that tho natives must sit quiotly
down, and allow a fow aliens to
barter away their country. Of such
is tho cheek of tho l'Jth century.
Now, then, who is Mr. Georgo Os
borno? Where has ho dropped
from? How long has ho been bore'? Is
it not possible that Mr. Osborne is a
little premature, when ho says that
ox-Queon Liliuokalaui will never
again rule ovor us? Supposing tho
sanio power that overthrow tho
Quoon lestoros her back again, what
will Mr. Osborno do about it? Why,
if ho has not learned to pray, ho will
do so after tho change, and about
ovory other sentence of his prciyor
will lie, "God bless and protect our
beloved Queen Liliuokalaui." That
is our honest opinion freely given.
It is generally tho ending of a man,
who tiios to piny the bounce, especi
ally against a woman.
The Shin Breakers.
It is to be hoped that tho now
Superintendent of Water Work, tho
.Superintendent of Public Works,
tho Honolulu Hoad Hoard, or who
ever is tho proper authority to at
tend to tho matter, will shift to tho
edge of the gutter the remainder of
those shiu-brouking fin plugs that
stand in the middle of the pave
ments. One of them is situated on
Niiuauii street, maulta from Iving
street, In common with ninny other
oeoplo in town, tho writer has stum
bled over tlioui in the dark, the re
sult being curses both loud and
Of Course You Read
Tho testimonials frequently pub-
Imbed in this paper relating to
Hood's Saisaparilla. They are from
i- i i 'i . i , . J , r ,
reliable people, state simple faets,
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you try
this iiiinliciinW Bo. sum o got
J'erhap.s some of your loadorn ran
inform mo whether Queen ICiuuui or
.Mrs, JJoruieu 1'. Bishop died first,
Tho Hawaiian Army.
If some one doesn't wiito a comic
opera on tho Hawaiian situation tho
Americans are stupider than The
Mail is willing to believe. Look at
the latest advices. The army of tho
Sandwich islands, that is to say, the
provisional guard, was nttacked with
colic or something similar. Some
evil-minded persons, assumed to he
Kahunas or native medicine men, put
the Kanaka equivalent for j thip in
their milk. This hippened a week
ago Tuesday. ' " i
Just think of tile consequences
At I o'clock of the morning of April
12 two companies of the volunteers this is what he says:
were summoned to the barracks occu- " I have used your preparation
pied by the ainiy. .The army hail the j called August Flower in my family
mulligrubs. When the city of Houo- , for seven or eight years. It is con
lulu, awakened by the damp of aimed stautly in my house, and we consider
hosts, went down to liud out what the
matter was they found their patriotic
defenders in all Viii ictiei ol doubled-up
ness, with a large and glowing piin
under their respective waistbands.
Nobody died of it and nobody will.
Specimens of tho fond served out to
the in my were secured for analysis
and the next limo the steamer conies
in f i oin the islands nn iuteiested
nation will know whether it was jalap,
squills, ipecac, or just the Hawaiian
equivalent for green apples.
But think of a wliolo standing
orniy piostr.tted by colly-wobbles!
Tho most painful cases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pain
Jialm; us continued use will euro
nnj' caso, no matter of how long
standing. It is equally beneficial for
lanio back, pain in tho side, pain in
tho chesty lameness, and in all pain
ful affections requiring an cvterual
remedy. A piece of flannel saturat
ed wifli T.i in H.ilm .Mini In in lid on
i . . . . . ...
ovor tj10 heat r .,.,; ;s superior to
airy plaster. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
"JUNE 11, 1893.
lsr RAOH-RIOYCLH rach.
1 Mile Dash. Fice for all.
Running Race. Yi Mile Dash,
I'.ieing for Iluu.-iiiiin
Mill- Heats, liest 2
Running Race. Mile Dash. For
Hawaiian Died Hordes.
.Itii RAOH-ICALAKAUA CUP.
Foimerlv His Majc-ty's Cup. Mile
D.i-h. Hawaiian ltiecl iiorM's owned
hy Member of the Club.
Gtii HACK-HONOLULU l'LATK.
If Minute Class. Trotting and Paring
to Harness for all Horses not having a
leeord for 3 minutes or better.
7rn KACK-UOSITA CHALLBNOK CUP.
Running Race. 1 Milu Dash. Winner
to beat the lectin! of "Anglo A."
1:15);,. Fiee for all.
syt RAOH-ICAI'IOLANI PARK PUltSK.
Tiottlng and Paring to Hnrno-i. Mile
Heats. Jtest !J in 0.
ilrn KACK-KAMKHAMKI1A PLATK.
Kenning Kaee. I Mile Dii-h. JIu-
lOrn KACK OCKANIC
(tunning Kaee. ';( Milu l):i-li. Ha
waiian lired llor-us.
ltni HACK-PONY HACK.
Hunniug Kaee. 1 Mile Dash. Ha
waiian lired. Kur 1'ouies ll-lund and
12m KACK-:i:l.r CLASS KACK.
Trotting and Pacing. Ilust 2 in '.i.
Open to all Horses that have never
13tu HACK PRKSlDKNT'b CUP.
lJi Mile Dash. Kreo
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
71-til THK COMMITTKK.
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
... DEISTTIST ....
Oiriei:: King lieet above California
Bf"On''i! Hovus: II A. M. to f I". m.-SX
niiii.cr iMroitrKit ii
r.NtiLISH AND CONTINKNTAL
No. l.ri Kaahiuiiiinu street.
I rpiiKKI cop "WAIANAK," J"-fa
' J 1'. Mottu, uiasier, sails Ait
I r"m ""imhilu for above p...t tMM
m every Monday id lluirn- 12&22&S
,llly lU p, o'clock . M.
A.C. PKSl'ANA. Airout.
with (lonsalvis A Co., Queen xt.
rpVO (KJt)D. HKCOS'D-IIAVD IIKD-
roiini bets, niarlile-lup, Aiitiiiui Duk
llliiek Walnut. Apply
7J.1-31" l'l. O. HON Id')."
Ibtilll! UcUlllllL' llutler.
JL iiiiinuoi inlcrimung ucuillug Jlutlcr,
-..- ..--,--- -,---.. -.. -..--
lulaudii, fl luultod to foruln countries, fli,
There Is a gentle
Dyspopsla. man at Malden-on-
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is tvident that he has made up his
mi:ad concerning some things, aud
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at i
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
audi think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two. and all trouble is removed." O
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
Land in Kan, Hawaii,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY, May 20,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
I will sell at l'nhlic Auction, at my Snlc--rixiiii,
1 Piece Land, Yaialoa,
Situated at Kahukii, Kau, 15 2-10 Acres,
well adapted for tho Cultivation of Coll'ee.
W For particulars apply to
Lewis J. Levey,
Jeweler & Watchmaker
on hand a Varied Assortment of
.lewelrv Suitable lor
Wedding and Birthday Gifts
Call and Iiihiicot Up-to-date
Hawaiian and other Design-,;
WiM lloais' Tusk ltrooehes,
Kukui Charms and Necklaces,
Ladies Hair and Hat Pins, lHc.Kto.
"Watches Cleaned and Repaired
Jly the Ilest Workmen in Town.
Island Orders Have Careful Attention.
tXf" Don't mistake tho Address,
Melneiny lllouk, Fort Street.
IN RE MECHANICS'
WHKKKAS, TIIK MKCHANICS'
Kenelit Union, a Corpoiation es
tablished under the Laws of the Hawaiian
Islands, has putsuant to the law in Mioh
cases madu and provided, duly liled at tho
Olllce of the Minister of the Interior, a
Petition for the Dissolution of the said
Corporation, together with a certillcate
thereto anne.ed, as leijuired by law; now
Notice is hereby given to any and all
persons who have been or arc now inter
ested in any manner whatsoever in the
said Corporation, that objections to tho
granting of the tuid Petition must bellied
in the olllec of the undersigned on or be
fore WKDNKs-DAY, the 21th day of May,
lh!i:i, and that any person or peisons desir
ing to he he.iid thereon, must lie in at
tendance at the olliee of the undersigned
in Alliolaui Hale, ilouolulii, at 10 o'clock
v. M. of said dav, to show cause w hy said
Petition fchould not bo granted.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllei, Maich 20, lfcll.J.
APPLICATION II AVINflllKKNMADK
to me by (iiim King alias Yam Kin,
of Honolulu, Island of Oaliii. for the adju
dication of his rights in the stieam of
Nuiiuitu near or at the ilani called Pali
kea, Niuianu .stream, in the District of
Honolulu, Island of O.iliu, as provided in
'tin pier .11, of the Laws of 18S. notice is
hereby givon to all paiticn interested in
"aid dam to attend and prove their rights
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of WKDNKS
DAY, the 17th dav of May, 1MM, at the
olllce of Chas. T. (Iiilick, Kii,, number !W.
Meichiinl street, or they will bo adjudicated
without Mich iitteiidauin.
KM.MA M. NAKK1NA,
Commissioner of Private Wins and Water
Itlglils, District of Honolulu, Island of
FOR S-A.X-.E !
Horse, Frassier Cart & Harness
MACNKALK .tUIMIAN FIltKPllOOK
SAFK, llxlllx.l inside mea
Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
with Matticifses and Pillows;
Oak Com ho Poles, Piano Stand Lamps,
Wiiidiobc, Ktc, Ktc
tf I'm' fuither particulars apply lo
(IKO. W. IIUKHKSS,
Olllcoof IIciimiii, Smith A Co.
721 -I w
A LI. I'KHSONh H AVI NO ANY CLAIM
i V iigiilnHl the Ktatu of M'al Lung
! ll.uikrupt, Honolulu, arc lieiehv nollllei!
to promt Hip hiiiik at once to the under.
- i hliMti'ii Auwfinii'it iii tin iiiitoi, nf lit'iimik
I !.. n I. ItHlllNhl KIN
I Aulum ii I'.-liiln Till I in,,. II,,,. 1
Hawaiian Hariware Co., L'll
Saturday, May 6, 1893.
Some time ago, a year per
haps, we made mention in this
column of the enormous
amount of tourist travel that
would pass between the Colo
nies and the United States
this summer and the probable
benefits that would be derived
from it by Honolulu's business
men. Our prophecy has, in
the main, proven correct. The
passenger lists on the through
steamers have been abnormal
ly large and the number of
dollars that have dropped into
the coffers of the storekeepers
would be hard to calculate.
The tourist travel may bring
benefits in other ways. The
climate, the tropical plants and
the blight are all objects of
curiosity and people who are
looking for a quiet peaceable
home are sure to favorably
consider the land where revolu
tions occur and a government
can be overturned without
bloodshed. They cannot find
it anywhere else and we may
expect an increase of settlers
from the Colonies. In another
year our streets may be throng
ed by individuals who habitual
ly turn up the bottoms of their
trouser legs in rain in imitation
of something the Prince of
Wales did one rainy morning
The advance in sugar has
added zest to energy of the
sugar men and improvements
and repairs that should have
been made last year will now
go on. Land which had been
almost abandoned on account
of the low price of the product
will be cultivated and yield five
tons to the acre. We know
this has begun from the orders
we are receiving for our Hen
dry Breakers. Managers who
bought two or three last year
to try, have duplicated their
orders this year; two planta
tions each have ten. These
little things prove the superi
ority of the Hendry Breaker.
No plow on the islands has its
reputation for strength or
effectiveness and we question
if another could be made to
equal it. If you are a planta
tion manager and want a
really good breaker, try it.
Through the courtesy of
Messrs. Hackfeld & Co. we
have just set up a steel Aer
motor in their yard at the
corner of Fort and Queen
streets. We had one there
before and sold it to two differ
ent people before we had time
to take it down. Aermotor
towers of steel are an innova
tion here but in the short time
they have become popular.
The Aermotor, of course, is
the only windmill recognized
on these islands where wind is
variable and often light. Their
construction is so perfect that
the least wind operates them.
For the lawn, plantation or
ranch the Aermotor is the
cheapest and best known
means of obtaining a supply
of water. We have them with
fixed or tilting towers, wood
or steel. The one in Messrs.
Hackfeld & Co's., yard is a
The Mariposa brought us
advices of the shipment of a
car load of Fischer Steel
Ranges right from the factory.
The peculiar effect of the clim
ate of the islands upon metals
prompted us to have this lot
of ranges made of steel just
twice the thickness of those
formerly sold by us or by any
other dealer in ranges in the
city. Any one with a frag
ment of brain can understand
that this adds to the life of the
We have greater confidence
I in these ranges than Ave have
ever had before, because a per
sonal visit to the factory in
Indiana last summer enabled
us to get improvements with
out adding to the expense.
People who have used a Fis
cher Range have no hesitation
in saying that it heats up
quicker and with less fuel than
any stove of its size known.
In this respect it is economi
cal of coal or wood just as
our brant! of Refrigerators is ,
economical of ice.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Opposite Kprcul.elu' llloul.,
i"3! "lrHE '
EVI3HY SMOKEll KNOWS THAT THE
GBD Briar Pipes!
Are of the Very Best Quality, the Trade Murk
u G li D " being a guarantee of their excel
lence. "We have received a lot
JUSTLY : CELEBRATED : PIPES
Direct from the Factory, which we offer at
Prices to Please the People !
HOLLISTER & CO.,
523 Fort Street, - - - Hlonoltalvi, K. I.
Corner Fort Sc
I heg to inform the Ladies that I have received a I.nrgo and Com
plete Lino of the Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Blaok Has
Vor Ladiei, Hentlcnien, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisloand Cotton.
INFANTS' Ol'CNWOlIK SOCKS IN 11AU5KIGAN
INFANTS' Ol'KNWOKK USI.K SOCKS IX FAST 11LACK
1 CALL ATTKNTION THAT 1 WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
S7 Commencing SATURDAY the 13th,
WHi:itE CHEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL HE OFFERED.
Prices a,s .A-ci-vertiseci in. nay "Windo-ws !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
1 am ollenng Extra Inducement-, in that line. Received about 150 Hairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
UarLULfeLotU-rers' Samples !
IN SWISS, Al'LIQUE .t NOTTINGHAM.
ivTe-w Designs I Very Otioioe Patterns I
titST' Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "a
G"u.rta,in. IMZaterieils I
1 AM OFFERING SWISSES, IS INCHES WIDE, AT 25c. -
S . JED xi JrC Ii X C2 IE3C ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., ... - Honolulu, H. I.
lELEOElSTT .AJR.IR.IV.A.L "TAOOHA
i'JS DAYS FROM LIVERPOOL-
Retjular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Roche Harbor Limo, I'owell Dull'ryn Larue Steam Coal.
ANCLO CONTINENTAL CHJANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
Ohlendorff's Special Cane Manure, OhlondorH's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel :R,ELils, 14, IS, IS & SO Dos.; -
HOLTS, NUTS and FISH I'LATES TO SUIT.
HACK Hlco, Coal mid Hadih ;
I HE Calvaiileil, Vnriii-hed, lllaek anil Galvanized Harhed;
GAKDEtf IENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
.A-xxcliors eirLd- OlxairLS
Yellow Metal Shcathine;, Coal Tar, Iron Tankr, 100 gallon;
1'lniii arid Corrugated (lulvunUod lion,
Siiiiitu and Arch Fire Hi teles, Down I'ino,
(lattering, s(,uuie mid O. Q, 't to (tin. ;
Ridging, Oalvaiiied Water IMpe, fiom Jtollin.j
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Wllden'H Charcoal Tin I'hitcw,
Roollng folates, Fire Clay.
Higpi's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
E5S Fovmd Bags;
LlVEItlMiiL i OAlIsi: HALT, IUIIi ImgHj
HAWAIIAN CuAHSirSALT, 10011. Imgs;
ROCK bAl.T, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
IIEDROOM nHTh IN MAI'LH, WALNUT mid Afoll,
MUIOII 0111 SI'S OF DRAWERS,
WHITISH DLWKn IN ROSEWOOD and MAJIOdANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TAIILES, Lie., Etc.
Froiaola Iron Bedsteads !
PAINTS Eixia OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OK SADDLEKY,
I drain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand