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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of AIL
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1893.
Humors to tho effect that tho
Councils resolved, in soerot session
this morning, on oxtromo measures
against Mr. Nordboff in spito of tho
American Minister's caution, hap
pily prove unfounded. It is learned
on tho best of authority that tho
wiso counsel of Prosidont Dolo in
opon session has prevailed, tho legal
quostion involved being loft to tho
Attornoy-Gonoral for investigation.
AWAY IN HONOLULU.
Extromo language from any point
of view at this juncture is to bo de
plored. Heated expressions in the
Government press and in tho Annex
ation Club have compollod foroign
intervention. Evorybody knows that
President Gariiold lost his lifo in
directly from tho violoneo of merely
factional strifo in a single party.
And only tho othor day a rutllau
crank was apprehended while seek
ing tho lifo of Great Britain's most
venerable and eminent statesman,
and on tho person of the culprit was
found ovidouco that his brain was
oxcited to tho striking point by the
excessively hot speeches on home
rule ho had road or heard. It was
admitted by tho Provisional Govern
ment yesterday what had been
claimed by tho opposition all along
that tho authors of tho present
situation in this country aro virtu
ally on trial before tho United
States Government. Why then can
not tho issue bo awaited in calmness
by all parties?
By hasty and vindictive action
against Mr. Charles Xordhotf the
Provisional Government has come
into collision with tho United States
Minister. It was an astonishing
rovolation that was made at tho gen
eral session of tho Couucils this
morning, that tho cause of the corre
spondent's citation to appear and
answer to a charge of contompt was
nothing more than tho errors he in
advertently made regarding those
who signed petitions in favor of tho
lottery. Mr. Nordhoff had already
made all the amends usually requir
ed by law in such cases, including
an apology to the very councillor
who introduced tho matter at the
oxocutivo session yesterday. There
is certainly a serious misunderstand
ing out about tho lottery petition or
petitions. When a representative of
this paper sought definite informa
tion regarding tho names signed to
petitions in favor of tho lottery, on
receiving tho first denial of tho
correctness of the list copied from
tho Now York Herald, ho could only
find fragments of copies of tho lists,
but ho mot different persons who
said they could swear to certain
names having been seen on tho ori
ginals. Why not have tho genuine
lists published? Presumably the
Government has tho custody of tho
official records of tho last Legisla
ture. It is only fair to all who aro
wrongly suspected of having sup
ported the lottery schomo that the
petitions on both sides with their
signatures should bo brought to the
clear light of publicity.
Enterprising Pooplo who uso Printor's
Ink What is nn Oyater OooktailP
Hurrict Clay lVntniui sends us somo
daily papers from Seruntot., Pcnuuyl
vuniii. In tho Republican a column
of inioci'lluneous paragraph, over tho
iioindu-plutiH of "Suiioy Ik'sp," con
tains Ihc following ch.tlulwiut Hono
Sovoral copies of (he Daily lluUi't'm,
published in Honolulu, have been re
ceived in tin city by friends of n
Serantonian who has ben p.ivini; a
visit to the Hawaiian Islands. These
papers contain much (hat is curious
and inturuslint; to us at this great dis
tance and particulaily in view of tho
present relations between the United
States and these islands.
Although the Bulletin, to quote its
own woids, is "pledged to neither sect
nor party, but established for the
benefit of all," yet it very evidently
doesn't approve of Hying like a strick
en dove to the bosom of the United
States. In tone the Bulletin is decid
edly English, although it is replete
with native words and phrases. It
reports a recent meeting of tho Annex
ation Club where 1,019 names were
secured on tho roll of supporters. In
another column, however, it declares
that the town has only a male popu
lation of 9,722, (.nt including Japa
nese, uuinose, nor roiynesians). uui
of these, 4,491 are natives, 1,257 half
castes,' 1,250 foreigners born thuro,
and 2,721 foreigners. The number
1,019, who had signed the roll of mi
nexaliou, might he understood as con
stituting tho full force of the annex
ationists, only a little moro than one
tenth of the male population, and
there is grave doubt expressed that
all thee would vote thus on a secret
ballot when not afraid of losing their
bread and butter. Tho figures are
significant in the light of recent events.
The Bulletin is a four page paper
about the size of The Hepulitiean.and
cue is struck at first sight with Hono
luluati enterprise in business, for this
journal contains about twenty co
lumns of advertisements, including
very few of patent medicine. To be
sure Hood's Sarsaparilla and the liver
pad man gieot one from its pages but
otherwise there is an air of strange
noss in the make up.
The first thing seen on the first
page is in big letters. "Coal at MeKin
ley prices, $12 a ton, delivered to any
part of Honolulu free!" In another
column, while no mention is made of
the Dickson engines, a linn declares
its ability to furnish "tho famous Bald
win locomotives made in Philadelphia,
Only two hotels or saloons advertise.
The chief inducements offered by one
are "oyster cock tails." Whatever
these may be is left to the imagina
tion of the men who peruse this co
lumn. The great prominence given
to the advertisement in tho Honolulu
an journal may he accounted for by
the fact that oysters are a wondeiful
delicacy in that locality, as they are
brought on ice from San Francisco
and other far away ports.
tjueon Laliiiokalani is a composer
as well as a royal personage. In the
programme of a concert given on
March 25, two choruses were of her
composition. One of these rejoiced
in the appellation of Maikni Waipio.
There are three or four daily papers
in Honolulu, am1, as is the case here,
they have not readied the millennial
point where they can cease from quar
reling. Tho Bulletin's chief foe seems
to be a very naughty sheet indeed,
the Advertiser, which comes in for a
proper share of scornful allusions.
The Bulletin itself is a beautifully
printed journal with fine large type
and an elegant appearance generally,
although it does look aliltleodd in not
containing references to post-ollices,
Cleveland's axe and the World's fair.
United States Business.
Tho Star of May 16, filled with its
usual batch of gush, bosh anil flip
pancy, warbles thus: " It is not tho
business of the United States, ex
cept where tho Mouroo doctrine is
threatened, to concorn itsolt in tho
internal quarrels of any foroign
country," otc. Neither does tho
United States allow her representa
tives to take a hand in overthrowing
a weak and trustful country as thoy
did horo, which has damned and
sounded tho death-knell ol annexa
tion throughout tho United States.
Tho Star may twist, squirm, wrig
glo, squeal and write all manner of
falsehoods and play tho cowardly
bounce upon a woman, in order to
keep up the wauing courage of those
who "dig" to keep it alive, still an
nexation is doomed, through wrong
and injustice. As for deporting tho
Queen as the Star man advocates in
his paper of May 19, ho should take
caro that ho is not doomed to de
portation himself, somowhoro in tho
near future. Tho uativos from Nii
hau to Hawaii have learned to trust
and vonornto both Minister Blount
and his lady, which sorely trios tho
patience of tho Star man, therefore
tho malignant spirit shown in his
writings, which hits not whore ho
aims, but recoils back upon himself.
There appears to bo a great deal of
truth in tho old adage, that "whom
tho gods would destroy thoy first
make mad," as tho Star man seems
much troubled and sorely afflicted
with tho terrible disease, Tho good
pooplo of Hawaii should take heart
and praise tho Lord, who, it would
Beom, in His mysterious way has
caused to bo sout hero an honorable,
strong and just man in Minister
Blount, to champion tho cause of
Hawaii in the interest of right aud
justice. Hawaii 1"uiibvi:ii.
British Bonvolont Society.
'Plm fititiiml titfuifirwr tt ii HriHuli
from this ovoninu till noxl Tuesday
The Nordhoff letters havo made
quite a Hurry in our littlo fish pond.
Comment on thorn seems to bo
fashionable, so if you will allow me
a littlo of your space I will try and
follow tho fashion. In the case of
Mr. Hoogs, Mr. Nordhoff made au
honorable retraction aud disclaimed
all intentions to injure innocent
persons here. This should satisf
all reasonable men, but tho editors
of the P. C. A. and tho evening
twinkle do not come undor that
head. Thoso two gentlemen should
remember wo aro not annexed yet,
and that it does not look right for
them to be finding fault with the
Herald, an American papor, for
criticizing tho actions of an Ameri
can Miuiotor hero. 1 see the editor
of tho Star wants tho ex-CJueou
deported. I respectfully submit the
gentleman is out of order, for Com
mission Blount has not finished his
investigations yet, and it would bo
as well to postpone tho deporting
until ho is through with us, as it
might raise the temperature so much
that fans and lighter clothes would
bo in great demand, it would bo so
warm. Wo all romombor tho short
but significant note at tho bottom
of Mr. Blount's instructions.
Honolulu, May I'l, 1893.
Uonovolout Society is po
evening, Mny. Vi), aiXt M
An attempt is now being inado by
tho Koyal Zoological Society of Ire
laud to obtain some hybrids or cross
breeds between tho two largest
species of cat namely, the lion and
the tiger. That such hybrids havo
been produced before is an estab
lished fact, tho most authentic case
in question being tho birth of three
hall-bred cubs to a lion aud a tigress
in Atkins' Menagorio at Windsor in
1821. Tho cubs wore exhibited to
George IV., who christened them
lion-tigers, but thoy died very soon
aliorwards. In 1827 two other cubs
of a like species wore born in tho
same inonagorio, and survived rather
longer. Tho stuffed specimens of
both of these can now bo scon, one
in the British Muomn, the othor in
the Science and Art Museum, Edin
burgh. Jn tho present instance there
' ,,nuH, , jH every reason to anticipate success,
fltponed lM ll(J ihlMiu uardens have already
successfully roared over MX) lion
FABEWEIiL OF STEVENS.
Last Call of the Retired Minister at
tho Foroign Ofllco.
Below aro tho address of tho re
called United States Ministor, Hon.
John L. Stevens, to tho Provisional
Government ami tho reply of Presi
dent Dolo, on (ho occasion of Mr.
Stevens' farewell visit to tho Foroign
Olllco. Besides members of tho
Government ami military oflicors,
tho Judges of tho Supremo and Cir
cuit Courts were in attendance Mr.
Stovens addressed tho Government
MR. PllKStDENT AND GlINTLUMEN OF
Tin: Hawaiian Government: Having
resigned my position as Envoy Ex
traordinary and Minister Plenipo
tentiary of tho United States in Ho
nolulu, and my successor having
been appointed and taken tho oath
of olllco, it remains only to mo to
ninko the customary last call on tho
Hawaiian Government. Coming
hero nearly four years sinco, I have
taken a lively interest in tho people,
and in whatever portains to tho wel
fare of these islands. 1 havo sought
to perforin my duty with fidelity to
tho United States and to Hawaii, al
ways clearly seeing how completely
common aro tho interests of tho
tfni'if A lllfil'infili ItrWwttl mwl nf f lincik
VJt.V .IIUUIIUI.II lll.ltWll .... . V. .VUU
islands. 1 havo witnessed tho trials
of tho Hawaiian people and their
efforts for good government against
opposing obstacles. An impartial
review of tho facts brings mo to tho
firm conclusion that your recent
governmental change is a groat
stop forward, impelled by logical
and irresistiblo causes, and which
cannot fail to have largo and benefi
cont results to thoso islands.
Living, as wo do, at a time when
light from man sources is being
thrown on tho problems of govern
ment, there aro strong indications
that tho wiso and patriotic reforms
now being made in your country aro
not to go backward. Your cause and
your situation aro being carefully and
extensively studied and understood
outsido of thoso islands, Jiuloro
public opinion, tho sovereign ruler
of tho United States, your cause is
being duly considered, and tho ul
timate success of your hopes, 1 uo
liove, will bo attained. This is au
ago when peoples of common inter
ests and of like sympathies aro unit
ing undor tho satiio Hag and under
tho same laws, and it is in vain that
nion attempt to resist the logic of
civilization and tho ways of Provi
dence, and there aro no good reasons
to think that these islands aro out
side of tho laws of scientific and
Sincorely thanking the Provisional
government and tho citizens of Ha
waii for thoir numerous manifesta
tions of kindness and goodwill to
myself and family, which wo shall
keep always warmly in memory, 1
give you my sincere good-bye.
President Dolo made tho follow
My Dear Mr. Stevens: Tho period
of your diplomatic service in Hono
lulu has been ono of unusual politi
cal unrest in our community. You
have witnessed a part of our strug
gle for constitutional representative
govern men t with, wo believe, the
sympathy of an American citizen.
ou have had time and opportunity
for studying our situation and un
derstanding tho difficulties of gov
ernment in a society made up of a
number of diverse races, with a large
aggregate porcontage of ignorance,
and without the political trainingou
tho part of a majority of tho voters
afforded by tho town-mooting or
any similar system. You have been
present through tho important
events of tho past few months,
which have resulted in tho abroga
tion of tho monarchy and the insti
tution of tho existing government
devoted to tho maintenance of law
and order and tho administration of
affairs on economical business prin
ciples, and tho attainment of politi
cal union with tho great people
which you havo so worthily repre
Wo thank you for your kind words'
of encouragement, belioving that
they come from a friendly sympathy
with this country in its political dif
ficulties, and aro based upon a wiso
judgment which is tho fruit of ex
tended experience and observation.
Wo aro assured that our people
aro fast coining to understand and
appreciate a government which ex
ists rather for tho privileges and op
portunities of the many than of tho
few, and whoso hope of a prosperous
and stable future is rather in tho
homo than tho palace. And wo have
faith also that the great American
nation, before whose court of public
opinion our case is now on trial, will
coino so fully to understand our
situation that it will not hesitate to
oxtend across tho ocean its mighty
right hand of welcome to its foster
We regret, Mr. Stovens, the sever
ance of your relations with this
country which havo been so full of
sympathy with tho cause of repre
sentative government horo, and soci
ally so pleasant to our community.
Bo assured that tho best wishes of
tho members of this government for
a happy and prosperous future will
follow you on your journey to your
Wo wish you a very hearty goodbye.
Clloilng of Murder Oaao Olork'a Of
In tho trial of C. A. Herring for
tho murder of D. L. Huntsman, tho
dofonso rostod at 10:15. when Mr.
Ashford began his closing address
to tho jury. After au hour's recoss
Mr. ABhford resumed his speech.
Ho laid stross on tho ovidouco of an
intriuuo between Huntsman and
Mrs. Herring, citing lotters of affec
tion that passed botwoon them, in
cluding a disgusting "bill of sale"
found on tho man's body. Toars foil
from the prisoner's oyos in great
beads as couusol recited tho "infamy"
established between his wife and
Huntsman. Tho case will probably
go to tho jury this afternoon.
Attornoy-Gonoral Smith began his
closing address at 2:50 and was still
speaking in both languages by
turns at 3:35 whou our reporter
loft. Ho was denouncing ovidouco
of a qunrrol in tho house prelimi
nary to tho shooting as "put-up."
Chns. Croightou and J. Alfred
Mngoon, attorneys for defendant,
havo filed a motion for a now trial
in the enso of Torosa Machado Mi
randa, convicted of larcony at tho
current torm of the Circuit Court.
Samuol Ehrlich by his attornoy, C.
W. Ashford, has iilod an answor to
tho complaint of Itobort C. rotor
tiou In tho
Tho suit is for damages on account
of tho famous Annexation Club opi
Bawaiian Harflware Co., L'fl
denying each, aud ovory alloga-'liJlho'deiriarationof-'plnthtiff.1
Here is something from Mr. Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lewiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and are not slow in sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that he has lost a
father and several brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumptlonhis stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen 1 " I
use nothing but Boschee's GermSn
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred diffeient peH'
r-A.. - -.1.A : TV... n-..!
me that it is the best cough sp
in the market."
By Lewis J. Levey.
Land in Kan, Hawaii,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION !
On SATURDAY, May 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, One Piece Land, MAIALOA,
Situated at Kahuku, Kau, 15 2-10 Acres,
well adapted for tho Cultiva
tion of Coll'ee.
Hr For particulars apply to
Lewis J". Levey,
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Reeommended specially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
FOR. SALE 11V
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
lioyal Hftwaiiao OpftraUouse
L. J. Levey...
C. A. hall.
Daily Buli'ttin, 60 cents a month,
For a general family cathartic wo
confidently recommend Hood's Pills,
Women's League Luau.
Tho executive of tho women's
branch of tho Hawaiian Patriotic
League gave a luau yesterday after
noon at the residence of Mr. J. A.
Cummins, Pawaa. Tho women dele
gates from Maui and Hawaii, as well
as a few gentlemen friends, were in
vited guests. Between thirty and
fort' people sat down to a bounte
ous spread in real Hawaiian stylo,
reminding nun of olden times, "long
bofo' do war." The Hawaiian Na
tional Hand was in attendance and
enlivened the occasion with music.
Is a tantalizing admonition to thoso
who at this season feel all tired out,
weak, without appetite and discour
aged. Hut tho wiiv in which Hood's
SarsaparilIn builds up tho tired
frame aud gives a good appetite, is
really wonderful. .So wo say, "Take
Hood's aud it will brace you up."
On Tuesday Evening, May 30th,
And Saturday Evening, June 3d.
WILL IIU I'UEHBNTEU A
Grand Minstrel & Variety Entertainment
Hy Men from the U. S. 8. "Adams" and
II. IS. M. 8. "Hyacinth," assisted
hy some of tho
New -:- City -:- Minstrels
IN AII OK Till:
AMERICAN HEM UK FUND,
MUTISM UENEVOLENT FUND,
KAPIOL.YNI HOME FUND.
A First-class Entertainment.
Uf Free from Vulgarity.
A CIRCLE OF SEVENTEEN
IN GENUINE MINSTRELSY.
Plantation Songs and Sketches I
Irish Character, Male and Female
Jubilee Part Songs !
Saturday, May SO, 189S.
The "S. N. Castle" arrived
last Tuesday with sixty tons of
freight for us. Does that look
as though business had gone
to the bow-wows? We trow
not. The "Amy Turner"
brought us a lot goods from
Beanopolis, things for the buil
ders and the plantation. Our
stock is complete.
Among the "Castle's" cargo
for us is that which will bring
joy to tne wile and motlier,
and places the cook in posi
tion to snub the man who wants
to be clothed in the divine
right of suffrage. Instead of
his dividing the cares of the
household, letting his master
take one half and the mistress
the other, his merriment will
'create'-in-'him a desire to pre
empt the whole aggregation;
harmony will be restored and
the glad sunlight will come
back to the roof tree. Dys
pepsia will disappear and the
gastric nature of the family
will depart with the entrance
of the Fischer Steel Range.
Get one of them and give your
stomach a chance to rid itself
of verdigris, get one of them
and abandon the old style of
sallow breakfast rolls that will
resist the action of acids, get
one and save half the fuel you
are now using, get two and
save it all. The Fischer Range
has done more to lessen the
breach in families where poli
tics had crept in and opened
the gates to discord than all
stories ever written, and has
lowered the death rate in cities'
where dyspepsia was epidemic
twice a year. In Ohio and
.Indiana where office seekers
thrive better than anywhere
else they are used by party
leaders to increase the voting
population, they're used in
every State in the Union and
in all parts of the world. The
Provisional Government has
one in the barracks and it is
pronounced by cooks to be the
best range manufactured.
We had fifty come in this
shipment made of steel, twice
the thickness of the old' style,
they are stronger than ever
and made to last until the Ha
waiian Islands sink into obscu
rity. They will heat up quick
er than a politician and re
quire less fuel than any stove
of the same size. To those
people who have prospered
since the Fischer Range it is
safe to say that it is due to the
fact that this range has occu
pied a prominent place in the
These ranges come in sizes
from number 7 up, hot water
coils are in them and all that is
needed is a boiler and fifteen
minutes of the plumber's time
and you have hot and cold
water in the kitchen and bath
room. There is a charcoal
broiler made to attach to one
side, so that in case you want
to broil meats and do not wish
the trouble of a large fire you
have only to light a charcoal
fire in the broiler and put on
your fish or fowl. This alone
will drive out malaria and keep
you so healthy that you'll lie
awake nights. If you are an
xious to better your condition
and give your cheeks the color
of a russet apple get a Fischer
The demand for the Hendry
Breaker increases and it is only
by special arrangements with
the manufacturers that we are
able to keep up the supply.
We are up with the times and
the people who use the Fischer
Range and the Hendry Break
er are with us.
Ooi'ner Iox't So Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
1 bc'u to Inform tho Ladle that I havo received a Large and Coin
nlutu Lino of tho Celobratod
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, (lentlemcn, Mlxses nnd Children In Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWOKK SOCKS IN 11AL1UUOAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST I5LACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
E3r CouiuieuciiKj SATURDAY the 13th, 1
WHERE CHEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as Advertised in. m.y Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am ofl'crinii Extra Inducements in that line, ltceoivod about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
nyCamjLraotiarers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLKJUE &. NOTTINGHAM.
.New Designs I Very Cttioioe Fatterxis I
fi Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows aa
G-mrtalrL IMIsiterieils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, IS INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
sLi Jta. Jrt JL-j -L vs aL ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
EVERY SMOKER KNOWS THAT THE
G B D Briar Pipes !
Are of the Very Best Quality, the Trade Mark
" Ct B D " beiiiff a guarantee of their excel
t " e'
"We have received a lot
JUSTLY : CELEBRATED : PIPES
Direct from the Factory, Avhieh we offer at
Prices to Please the People !
hoixisteeT & CO.,
5S3 Fort Street,
HCon.ol-u.lTj., H. I.
R,H30H33Sr,j? j&.TttTVJiJLx "TAOORA"
V'S DAYS FROM LIVERPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
Plan at Uiwls J.
'PUB WEEKLY IIULLETIN-iw 001
X tuiiiiH of IntercutliiK Reading' Mutter.
Ialmidu,$J; mailed to forolgu countrlou, J5.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'rt
Opposite Hpreokelb' Dluuk,
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Roche, Harbor Lime, 1'uwoll Duil'ryn Largo Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Goncentrado "
OhloudorH's Special Caue Manure, OhlendorH's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel :R,ELils, 14, IS, 18&20 ITds.;
DOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
DAGS Rieo, dial and Paddy;
WIRE Galvanized, Varniohed, Ulaek and Galvanized liarbed;
GARDEN" FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tanks, 100 gallon;
Plain and Corrugated Galvanized Iron.
Kijunru and Aroh Fire Itriekw, Down Pine,
Guttering, m,nare and 0. G. Ayt to Oln.;
Ridging, Galvanized Water Pipe, from 4 to Jin.;
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinu,
Wilden's Charcoal Tin Plates,
Roofing Slates, Fire Clay.
Higgin's Fine Eureka Bairy Salt !
S3 Pound Bags;
LIVERPOOL COARSE SALT, 1 1 'Jib bags;
HAWAIIAN COARSESALT, UKllb lmgH;
ROCK SALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
ItEDIIOO.M SETS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and ASH,
scotch oni'.srs of drawers.
WRITING DESKS IN ROSEWOOD ami MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TA1ILES, Ele Elf.
Freaaoli Iron. Bedsteads !
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLMHY,
i Grain, Hay aud Feed Stuffs Always ou Haud