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I)K'VNTMKT ol KHAKI"
Mosul I I , H. I , June .HI, 'il
Purctiat-rq of Hawnllnti Uovernnieut
Hondi are notified that afu-r Jul 3rd, Hint
until further nolle that ilir l.uin lu"uf
1893, will bo told at par.
(Signed) 8. M. I) v.MON,
10i'-3t Minister of Klnamv.
EIu Jlnihi 'Ijdlhiin.
IKedued to mithtt flwvf n-it I'nrty,,
But EaUlblMml f&r th- Hi-mtll of Ml.
SiVTUHDAY, JL'NKJU), IWM
The Constitution makers were
not in their usual asseutiug mood
this morning. Delegate Carter had
to toll them that they had better
pick out another Kevisiou Commit
days ago the baggage of the passeti
gors, four in ill
by the Di.it I ict
iron, fitii r in iilinilii.r. um s,..iriMieil
o.., .w-. . .... ., ..
Magistrate. While :
tlmM.iInf tlmt nilli'lnl. nr .if nnv
other, for the prevention of aiiv
. 1 -in 1. . m 1 "1
sort of illicit trafllc may be com-
mendable iu itself, tho method of
displaying such zeal ought to be
kept in subjection to the laws of the ,
iu.i 1.. .. ....... i.. i.... .. '
passengers would have done right ,
if thoy had knocked the otliciuua
judge down or
Sam nnvv. June .'Ul
The Convention was called to
older at IU a. 111. by President Dole.
A communication from the Ameri
can League was read. congratulating
the Convention on it woik. (Hi
motion of Del. I!;ildiin the letter
was received with thanks and laid
011 the table.
A tirotestimr petition iroui .virs.
I 'rat I was lead, Mating her
claim to au interest in the crown
lauds. Luid on the table,
Del. Carter reported from the
Committee on ISevisiou a printed
copy of the draft of Constitution
for tiual rending. They tendered
thanks to Prof. W. I). Alexander and
Kev. S. l. Bishop for nisi unco.
Certain Articles aud parti, thereof
were recast by the committte.
A long discussion took place 'ii
the method of procedure iu dealing
with the report of the committee.
It was finally decided to consider
the amendment of the counmttex
along with the third reading of the
IJol. Kama reportcu irom tne
committee on arrangements fljr the '
promulgation of the Constitution. !
that the ceremonv would Hike place t
at 8 a. ui. 011 Hi 'Mi of July. The ,
Presidont would take the oath of
ollice and announce the tubinei. !
the members of which would also
take the oath, aud au opportunity
would be given all persons to take
the oath of allegiance. There would
be a display of lings aud salutes, but
no military displav.
Dol. Kahaulelio moved that badges
be piepated for members of the
Dol. Holier! son moved a reo
lutiou that the Convention be photo
graphed iu a group at '2 p. tu.
day, aud that all the 11 embers at.
tend so us to make tim gioup com
plete. Del. Knluu objected that the
group could not le complete with
out Del. Hitchcock, who could not
lie brought from Hilo in a few houm.
Members could give their individual
photographs tu the movei. He
liked the idea, because hia children
would be ablu to say, "Thorn's the
old gentleman amoug the men who
mado the Constitution of the He
Del. HohellaOU nlnll tho photo
grapher could insert the photo
graph of the aliM'Ilt UJelnhe.
The re.olutiou carried
Third reading of the diaft wu
1 lion proceeded with.
Del Carter moled to tianspose
the first l'i Articles to follow vrt
SC, so that tiie Article on the "The
Hepublic" should begin the lou-ii
Conn. Allen objected. The basis
of the Coiiblitutiou phollld take pre
cedoucH. He old) vvishcil that the
old Constitution hud been more
Pros. Dole 1 ulcd that tho motion
was out of order until the reading
of tho Article-i.
un tiie ArticliM up to II i)HMiiir.
Del. Carter renewed lm motion for
tram-poHition of the first thirteen
Conn. Allen Miid the ileclarnt ion
of rights of portion aud pmperti
Hhould begin every constitution.
Couu. .McCandh'Ht fecouded the
Mel andh'Ht Kecouded
motion. Thev had to read M-veral
pagea before hudiiig wliat the gov
Del. Jialdwiu moved that Article
II to 17 inclusive lead oir. Carried.
Coun. WnlerlioiiM. moved rucoii
Hideration, which carried.
Miu. Smith hoped there would be
00 change of arrangement The
doclurutiou of right , ihi firM
thing in the CotiHtuution of Cab
Del. Carter retorted that theie
was no State in the I'niou which had
a constitution more marked with
eccentricities than that of Califor
nia. While nobody oiceodcd him iu
admiration of the CouMitulion of
tho Uuited .States he would still ca
that the average schoolboy could
improve ou its arrageumeut. On a
motion by Del. Haldwln that the
Articles utand an in the bill, Del.
Carter anid tho committee was nuro
ly entitled to lotno couiidoratiou,
tee if they didn't liko the work of makai side of a long wooden build-i in jg ,n from Sxduoy, X. S V. " . ' i i
tho one ho had managed. " owned by Governor Kokuannoa. U. caus of luo ateatnor'a delay Stain from celebrating any
' " .' . . "'" , l,yr, 7 ii i .i a attributed to rough weather. d,,,m1v Yankee event the com-
It haa been reported to tin, paper. Ilu Ha le. louc.Iiilu Hale was then Mt s , on Jvmmh at r, ,,. P u anKte m ,ni
unaaDunrepomuioini lap J. , ,u, j. (mh-e and occupied by H. 0Ja tho mh she mot with ' blliatmil may not be entirely
by otm of the persons concerned, j M. WllUuey as a stationery and JlJa ThL broke over the j SiUisfactorv To the American '
that on tho arrival of the steamer ! bookstore also. The stone building gU.amer .uci McAllister, an able sea-' saiisianury. 10 oil rtniLncan ,
Mukolii At I'ukoo. Molokai. a few i knowti as the l'olyueiaii otUce stood ,,. , ......i., i... .. -..a howled contingent tliere S a gOOcl tieai
.-v....... .. , , , -- - .
uin not had n dav off but wmkoil '
hard all day in his olhVo, bosidos at- 1 was accost nil J court ouj gen
tfiidinglo tho untiling of tho ro thunau who urnml to bo Dotoctivo
....i ?.-r. it .i.i. ii i.uniui. As 1 du In )t wait lor him
tiou tho commit U-o was going to
roooivo, t lion th. Uoniontiou had iu
uottor got otht'r gMit lemon tu cum
ploto tin work.
Conn. Allen consideri'il that other
member of the Convention had a
right to their opinion a well at the
Tim Convention decided to retain
tin' arrangement as in the draft.
Hoeem was takuti from 12 to 1 :.'I0.
GROUND TWICE BURNED OVER.
From Hmutnlsceneea of an Old '
Member of the Honolulu Fire ,
Where the liro took place Similar, !
i.Iuiih 17, on King street, the last j
previous hre on that local iou was ; Tn
'duly !1, 1855, nearly .'V.i years ago.'
ami was known as the "ariety
Theatre Fire." 1 he theatre was a
where tho pre-ent I'ost oilice stands. .
On the cori.erof Bethel aud King
...... :... .t... it .1 1...I i'l....U
siieeis. oiiiioiii iuu uriun uuicii,
was a two-storv building occupied
as a ueuernl store liv Castle v Cooke.
Where John Nott's More now stands
was the two-story coral litiilding
miW, ,, H.rj,jrtl bv Henry
Diuioml. Adjoining Diuiond's on
the west stood a one story woodon
building occupied by Watts (Hawal
!ft ."al,,H l'l"'l- M a general retail
Firo broke out Tuesday evening.
Jul .1, about 8 o'clock. DimoudV
coral building Mopped the tire on
that side, but swept all away to the
vvoit corner, including Castle &
Coiike'n,ainl makai to the Polynesian 1
Ollice ami llouolulu Hale.
buihlings escaped. lM.ing .,,rul with ,
slate r.iof. I. t.Janioiis biililinK ;
'W I), when, the I llioll .Saloon
block now stands, were saved through '
II... all night haul ivork o( the 110 1
mdulii lire Department. Suow ,
coral huihlimr adloming .Iniiion t-'
.now covered b Mclnerny's lilockj j
.ili sto.sl the nickel and saved thai ,
end of the block.
The Honolulu Fir Department
wns compiled of Mechanic Engine
Co. .No J l( liillilatut, loreinau
aud Honolulu Kngine Co. No. I, who
were i ll It 1 1 lltr nt the time tho lire '
broke out. down town iii A. J. Cart 1
TNu. inn' i!.'i !'i"inVdv o.'.!m7 '
building l Hale Mahoe) lately occu
pied b Allen V KobiiiMui. No. 1 o 1
were busy m n organising and adopt I
ingconMilutioii and by laws. Alex- ,
:iiiiiii .1 Uinii i riLriiL ,)i 1 1111.1 liiiui'
leer, and JSenjamin P Suow, First I
Vuiiinii Minf nn..r
The liiiildiug.s on the uinuka side
of King street were iu couaidorable
danger owing to the intense heat
and spark, but were saved by
flprcailiug olaiikt ts on the roofs aud
iu front, and the engines playing
water on tliem. J. T. Waterhouso
oecunii-d the store on the corner
where Hammer e sacti lery now is.
'' 'I"" nm'ther building, about
half way between the corner and
Bethel M reel. hen the morning
dawned on i.lnly I, I8.r..i. the fire was
pau, and the hreinen vvenl home and
got rend v to take in the Fourth iu
all its fullness.
July :il, four weeks after tho lire,
the Into Henry A. P. Carter, on be
' half of the ladies of Honolulu, pre
1 M'utod Mechanic Engine Co. No. 'i
with a very haudsoiue silk banner.
The piesenlatiou took place in front
jof Hale Mahoe. H. A. P. Carter,
I .landing on I he second (dory ver-
' nt.iln ifi.lit'.ir..it fin ulftmiutif tin
' piomptii presentation speech Hale
, .......a, , -.. .. .-.......-. ....
hoe was built bv Clmrles Vincent
in I8.VJ, and no! in the forties, as
the Star slated a short time since.
These remiuiM'0111-ori have beun
jo! led down by John S. Smithies,
now of .Mahiikoun, who adds:
"C. T. Gulick and J.ime McOuire
are the only old timers that I can
lecollcct who were present at the
tile. Charley was a good-si.od lad
at that tune Jim McGuire was
like uivself, lust about contemplat-
! nig getting married and starting in
the laiuilv husuies
, UoiligH of tho PoIIch.
' Km ion lh 1.1x1 in:
Mai I request space in vour moat
I inluable mpei fur the folluwiug
coinplamtn against the police force
I of Honolulu, iu jiibiice to myself
j and for the general public not to
11111JH at too hu-iv a couolusion at
?oeiug me twice arrested iuside of
On Friday, J line 22, Irt'.U, at Kalia
I was confronted by two police
luative) much excited, who gave me
verj searching glances. At my ipies
tiou, vv hars tiie matteri titer iu
1 formed 1110 ther were police ollicors
ami would ariest me. 1 icpienied
1 to know for what. Tie on v Katm
faction I received after asking anaiu
and again was that I would tiud out
at 1 lie Station. One of them kent
before my ga.e a revolver, fully.
loaded, which no doubt wax to in-1
iimulate me from miming away.
Ho kiinllv leiiiiuiieil me at the nan'iu
time tuere wan a
large reward lor
uiv arrest, and although I offi.Tod to
produce my paper to provn my
identity they either could or would
not read them. ,
No doubt tlioy thought, an they ,
were in the garb of the police force ,
they could do with impunity a.s they
viit-lied. hen I reached tho Station
Houm., after having the rilf-ralf aud
bobtail element of lloiiolulu at my
heels, I was allowed to take my ease
while they were nearchiug for my
warrant. I helped iuynlf 10 hoiuo
of their filtered water after being
Htnied at for Nome time They at
lnt found the warrant. Not mine
but Mime one oIro'h. The warrant
iwi-. for au individual f ft f iu and
2(1 icarn or tiiereaboutu I am .'U)
years and 5 ft 10 in. I wai told I
could go after having bnuu measured,
and, getting one last took of scrutiny
from nil proacut, I wan relented from
the thraldom ol lha police.
-canvas Iniiltling attactietl to the .,., r,.'ui nVhiok vusterdav even- ' cm. nf uhmii ndininiKtlv nh.
A wo.'k later, on Friday, .bine !fl,
whoti lit calltul lite, he overtook me
hi miggv anil atroj.ioiiiue.iie
vvaiuoil to uu "j i uiuii t K"i
out of the place, and mijcalled me
in a foul manner. 1 was kept iu the
Station more than au hour, inn no p?cts ol the usual celebration,
charge wan inuuV against me. Lar- , , , ..
son jeered at me as a "missionary" ; and there seems to be a dis
when I lold hini my address was the i pOStinn on tnu ,,;lrt 0f the
t tf 4 .t.l t..itn.l liln ttilh I I
being a Britisher who could sue for i
damages. Another man was arrest '
! ed yesterday for vagrancy, whose i
only crimo was, like muio, being tin
I able to find work.
W. II. C'Ol'LTEK
Honolulu, June 30, 18U1.
DELATED BY ROUGH WEATHER.
n Monowai Arrivoa
a Day Bo
Tim Union Meamship Monowai, .
K. K. Curat coratuaudor. arrivwl
a, Ulp dec'( jj0 lrilek Ulp rail. 1
,., ,.,i fr,.t.ir...l hi. rlidit h.ir in
..p, .... - .. D -
two places. The log was set and
tho man was brought on to Houo-
lulu and taken to the gm-cn's I Ids-
a cargo of froen mutton for the
Metropolitan Meat Market. The
Monowai has again changed pursers,
me uosuion umv imjiuk ueni n, n. u.
Beudall. a young fellow who has 1
been in the compauv'.s employ for a '
number of years. Sfio resumed her
vovuL'e to Sail braucsco at ih.Hl I
.VpI!.( Um niilit.
Ask Your Frionitt
U'l. I.n.n mt.,., Itn.ul'aSSnr.niiHrilln
w, , tUu thillk of it, and the replies
WH u mohHIvu iu it favor. Simply '
...1.-, It !wi,P K..r.-,imrilln do.,., t hat
,,. t, k,rv ,f its merit. 0
------- -- -:- -, ,
no uai 1
,r oiir.Ml of imligestion or.lyspm. ,
,a another linds it indispeiisabh.
r. .:,.b i...n.l,...l... r l.;if.,,,.i...- t
Wiilioiliorn report remarkable cures
o( w.rlfft( mtnrrh, rheumatism.
alt rheum, etc.
lloiid'v I'iM are purely vegetable.
V. W Wright At Sons having ben
l..irn...i out in the lute lire havn
Itoughl Allen West's carriage fact-US:
V ."'"'m'1! '" l;nP'V,,, '" l""0, ""
tu,T u( friends (who are maiij)
and all new oimn on Monday mom
jKi Snob instances of husiuo
enterprise are highly coinmeiidablo.
..i... ..m. t.iii.iifi 1. tu. 1
By Jf. K. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
OX MONDAY, JULY Jd,
AT III O'CLOCK A. M..
Vt Hie K1.sld1.nrn ul Da. ,. Mi WAYSK.
I Mill sell a 1'iihlle Auction,
The 1 Entire : Household : Furniture,
Wicker Parlor Furniture!
!.. .. ult.l U..f tttlt.L llbl.V luilllu
Wrniuln riialn. linititt Ornaiuvutfi,
Htmtuary, I.Argr I)rtlii; Mirror,
i Large Volcano Painting !
While and Vuleaim
Two Black Walnut Bookcases
Itlack Wnliuit Wiirdrolie,
Vulvnt Iti'd LeilllKe,
One Brcnswlck Bulke Billiard Tuolel
III Hoiul DflliU, Willi Clt)4, Itnuk
Oak Marble-top Sideboard I
iMtgv S d.l) Clock, Ice Chest
I Houo I'liitfiirm Srulrt, wl'h inrrtiir
1 Frazer K.oa.ci Oart
A I'lne Variety of
PernB a.xici Palms
Jaa F lyaiorgctn,
Notice of Removal I
VMi AKTKIt J I I V Ui. TIM;
Irtlre of Ihu I'Kiil'I.U'ri ICI. .V I'.K-
I'ltHiKllAriMi CO villi huullhr
FaotOl'V, Bdl'etailia Street,
HiiTII I'Kl.Kl'lliiM:.-. iw.
1 iti i.' t.v..n-u
I llr-hlfiicc Tilt iitiiiiiri Hall '.'III Mutual
THIS SPACE IS KB
Pioneer Furnitnre Co.
tjr.iMhii oil King rtii"t
IIOCMt; AMI Mil AT
Iwlli'l, lloiiolulu. Apdj
ou iiieinUtm, or of
Ou board Utum W. 0. Unit
Hmiin Mm Co., L'i
Tue at June
The Fourth of
i iic i lu.iui ui iii) p- j
,.....!... .,.i -.i, lt',t.. ..m.
pro.lcn.LS atltl Willi It UK pros-
government to combine
the stereotyped ceremonies of
. , ,. , ,
an American holiday whatever
, goes with the promulgation of
'a constitution and the pro
' claiming of a republic. As the
I participants in the. overthrow
of the monarchial form of gov
eminent were neotile of sun-
-u, "" """ua ..."."... nv,
0f patriotism and sentiment
' . .1 ...:.i- i... 1? u u...
coiiuecieo wioi me ruurwi uui
e ., .
we fail to observe any among
the Hritons. iSor is there a TtTTfiTTIlCYnfuTI
l"t of harmony in ajbAUURD lUIl !
duett where one singer pipes.
"Yankee Doodle" and the
ol.r ..)ljr wacht am Radii."
... . ,.
I here are numerous national!- .
ties to conciliate in litde I la- !
j opinion the '
. ' ... ' ..1
interests ol all p.irlies C.OUlU '
l,..c Im ci.ryi.,1 1. rhi. c.LcliiMi
tie.St Oe Served by tne selection
of some other day than the
Fdllrtll of llllv
.'Nothing succeeds like SUC-
....,1 nnt.:nn ...:i -!.,
tCSS antl nOtlling Will Clean I
?. .!..- lT-l. !1
piHUs ur ijiass orpuusn, suvcr.
brass, tin or nickel like "D Si
n (.,..., , . ., .. .,
'- oapoilO lh a good article
', SO far as it goes; liberal adver- ,
t;sinir ias mM,. t atmear bet-1
1 ,, '' , , !
iter than it really IS, but the j
draw back to Sapoho for
household use is the fact that
it will not dean silver, in "D
I)" you can have a cake of J
soap that lloats like the lamous !
, , I
I "Ivory you read SO lliucll 1
about and besides doing every- )
. t,jj, ti;u JJipolio does it I
Mi)ishcs imttal. We believe
tlt.u this will take the place of
S;t polio and all other polishes
on account of its adaptability to
so many different things about
the house. As it is purely a
vegetable deposit from the
State of Washington it con.
tains no chemicals or anything
that will injure the hands or
articlt: on which it is used,
livcryone knows l'earline and
its effect upon the hands when
used in too great a proportion,
;!) & D" will leave the hands
in better shape than before you
used it. Having nothing
"gritty" in it there is no dan
ger 01 damage to tne linest
silver plate or cut glass. It
removes the tarnish from sil
ver and brightens brass work
with the use of very little mus
cular forc. We have, the hole
Agency for this polish, and we
secured it because we saw the
advantages it contained over
all other articles oi a similar
character. The price is a
shade higher than Sapolio, but
then it lasts longer.
Its rather strange that boys
in Hawaii do not go in for
soldier companies, drilling and
all that sort of thinf' as thev
to in tiie states. 1 lie spirit ol
76 seems not to exist in the
kid of the American colony as
it docs at home. We have a
iloen or so miniature rilles
which shoot blank or regular
cartridges and have bayonets
on them the same as a regular
gun. For boys they are just
the thing, and if the old gentle
man wants to borrow it to
shoot a stray cat or a imnah
bird it will du the business.
They're as good as a parlor
ritle for short range.
The "Andrew Welch" now
on the way from San Francisco
has a lot of the Standard
Manufacturing Co.'s goods on
board for us' Kuainel bath
tubs, sinks, washstands and
water closets. We're havintr
'calls for these goods everyday
. and we confidently believe
that thtt new lot will not last
j long. If you should want a
tub, and your good wife ob
jects to the expense tell her its
the sort that inav be kent
clean as ea.'.il) as her china
j wash bowl
Uawaiian Hardware Cn LM
. OoiKiKllr Uirii'l Mii.'l
:i7 POUT STUItlM'P
THE DKCOKATING COMMIT
too of tho Fourth Day of July
Celebration offers the following Five
Ca3h Trues for Uccorniions: '
For the Best Decorated Building j
on that Day, $50; Secoud,JO; Third. .
.hj; pnurtu.ftzu; intii, iu.
The Judges will be Gentlemen
Selected by the Oflicors of tho Gen
eral Committee, who will Iusppcl
the Various Buildings and award
the above I'rizo according to merit.
G EO. E. STKATEMEVEH,
W. J'. I10YD,
J. S. MAKTIX,
I T. KEXAKE,
J. V. SIMOXSON,
Honolulu, June 25, IH'.H.
flic strainer "('taiutine" will k-nvpllono-
lul,l rLl.SDAV, JUW 3nl, at ! p. 111..
jorrivlhglKnhulul early thr mornln? oi
llrlUrillllK. IMlssrllKrrs CBII ll-ilVe Mnitliiea
lUrtiamr".'. W 0. lUI 1 Vrri vln Wi
nnhilu the afternoon of the same day.
TIaVa Tap Mij DAiitifl Tlr CI ni
n.i ii iuo nvuuu my o.vu.
REMOVAL NOTICE 1
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Will rrinovr to thrlr new liradipmrtrrs
ON Olt AllOl'T J PLY IHf
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Corner King A Nunsnu Hts. t
Kutv Woi.TtB, Muiiiik'' j
Finest of Wines & Liquors j
Billiard &c Reading Room j
rRKk TO PWK.1N6. j
jMlVT"ri.X. T'i:i.33II01Ta S73,
First Semi-Annual Exhibition
At King's Art Galleries, Hotel Street,
Open from June Ulh to July nth.
Kihlbiliiinof Oil i'Htutllixs. Water Colon, '
1'iutelH, Sculpturo, Wood Cnr 'Ihk and Tor- I
ivlulu I'lilntliiK. Adinihilou. Ml (Vnts.
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Our. Allen & I'orl Btt., Bunululu.
llOLMSTEH it C.O.,
At WAIKIKI ONTHK
(iiuritr for outi or two ain
ule lirntleiniMi; hoard on-
tlonnl; Imthili): fiu'llltlei (jood
iun ni'l.l K'l'IN OKi'iei;.
'I'll UK I.K'J 1)M"IMIMMI1I.I, lllh
I hoiiMi mid iiriiinheiiu'i.iiiik.d hy I'uuu
.Mint In Niiuuim v.illuj oiioNite tho 1'uuou
viiln)' rouu. fjuvimty foci uhuvo m Uivid.
Tritiumm pass the utcb. For partlimlnri.
t'tiqulrt) on tho pri'inisei or of H. MIST,
Mtrrlmiit streel. udjolnlli)' IIIxIi.ih t t iik..
I m kV'iu
lolt A TKKVt OK NOT
I1 iHdn thiin llvn icnm tin
Itt'uhiriii'o ou Vlni')iiril
mrei-t. ri.reiitlv ocrillilfd hv I
i lm iindumlifiird. Vt rv lorivcnleiil. every
I ihliiK In Hiihi nluordor. In towu mid yul
uutoltoo. Apply to
K. d. UUMJA.
RDWAY & PORTER
Robinson Block, Hotel St.,
We have dust Received from San Frniieihuo per Hurkeiituie
llaiitr the Larget Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In rolM Onk nnrt ijf the Wry 1-ntst )Hlgn, Aim,
Kitcptslim T'lljle nil blst'i with Chair sinl Hldflxinr Is tu nmlrh
We Imve a ram ploto Kteclr of thpn gfinds.
Itivui- ruwrrd with INirtlrts nrr tho
Wr h Ih.hhiI'iiI irns of thrsr kokU cnlislstlne of Bofas, Ohnlrs, Hookers. Eti
lite. mi can grt thcro kh)' in any flnWi yon ilt-lrr.
C; EH M M 'MMQi S
I'nM.it 1 lisir-. Illnlnt.ri.oiii Cti.tlrs, Itorkliir' Chairs. Ollice (!lialri, Upbolstured Chat.,
IIIkIi Clmlri. Kic. Ktij.
Cribs and Cradles!
jtrf sMiriniriii ul SVovnii Wire Mnitroire, hirltiii llalr, Mens, VVnol ami Sti Mat
iriM'.'i on bund and iiiadr to order.
I.IVKKhKHh t-KVrilKKS AN'IIKII.K KLOSH KOI I PIMJWri.
WINIMiW 8HA1m:H IN Al.l. (.tI,0ltS ANDHI7.KH,
COltN'ICK I'OI.KS IN WUOl) OK UKArifl I'ltlMMINOD
Itr.l'AIKKIi AT ItRApONAm.K I1ATK8
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Cabinet Making ts Branches by Competent Workmen
1 i. Wu inskr a sncliil ftittiim uf IN'lT.ltlOlt DKCUltATING.
' l under t he .rrnnal -iiprvlslim of Mil (li:oniik Oiuw.v.
rK. All our (iiMjdn arc flrsl-rlHi mid fr
convince th niot ikvptiriil
Our Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Hum. 526 -TPJiRPIIONlOS Mutual 64-5
OKDWAY & L()HTKK.
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Old Stand Swept Away.
I AM STII.I. 1'lll.l'AltKH lo xri'Kll
1 Intend, Iti'i'oii.lrili'l, or hiiild nuylhiuii
lioloiilni; to I In- IhuldiUK 'I ""''
far- All iirdur left will) Julio Suit
Kill); aim t, will he priilllpll iitliiiiiled In
U. W. LINCOLN,
bet. Fort & Nnuanu.
Istrt tiling mil.
We Imvn lliriu In
- .iu the vr)
I.hIimI I)..n, A rn.lt lll
Tin- following ludtiiuonial
lias been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
HiiMil.ui.u, H. 1., May '."J, 1WM.
IVii'iric Hariiu-akcCh. I.'l, Houoluln.
You ask my opinion ol Lucol as a l'ninl
I have experimented itltti LuiolOilfoi
outside and hihldu work.nlto ou Iron work,
pulntiug my vitciiuin pun, macblinr) and
centrifugals, with It and tho niilt has
I eeu iimsl balUfai'liiry. It drlua harder,
, makes ti hettur llulsh, Koes further aud Is
more tatlsftirtary iu every way than Un
Certain imlut work which wmi alnayn
uticky with Unseed oil, dried hard whn
l.ilcoi Oil nus Used.
Yoiiry truly, Al'o. Dbfiku.
Direction tor Use.
tjfi1 I.ijcoi. iii ovory roapict in ilie
Hiiino niiinucr un you would liuscod
ml, willi tlii'i-iiilc uxroption tiou you
nmy add fully oui-iiu.irtor tnnro l.u
r'oi. to thu Hiuiic (iiiuniity of piKini'in
than you would of liui'i't'il.
Ill Using IlloliiUio, Voiloliiili Hfil, tin;
oohrca, .mil nihor diy pimmuitH, it i
lulviH.ihlo to mix up tho puiui ul lr-ust
uui' tiny lioforx il in ti ho iifrd, thou
tuhl .i third limn I, in in. nud tho paint
will III follllll Ik ..U Widl nlld il'lVb
II UUI id ejliiKe
N' KVP.lt USK .lATANh
VVhiTu li.ird diirfuci'B eiu Ii a Hums,
hiopr, tic, ii ro ri'itiiro(l um litlmrKe
only, novor umi .lupuiu
I.Utlul. MIX Km WITH VAK
I tiud apxiHth thoir wurkniK and un
provor tlo'ii iippoiirani'o hut Tlih
I HIIOI'LII UK HHKI) HAMK DAY TlltY AIIL
Mixt.D, iithitrwiM) tho gum of the vur
i nihil nmy hi prooipit.iti'd or tho mix
1 tun oiirdli'il
I'lio addition of (roiu in A oi ho
roi. to viiruinhi' iliicn not roiliU'c thou
lull;' nor riUrd thrlr li.irdunitiK .mil
I diving mill it prcvoutN tlwir orai'kiug.
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