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SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, November o, 1883.
m; nt.rirtiocu mv.w.'r.
In I Urrnllt Hour IrrntMt,
tfntlnfitil In ircrnt Issue, lite trltirn
vvs'lli. iusMcM mrmlwrrifllic I'latitcfs,
mill Supply mminy to llitlt v lilting
n was ;lten m llio I lotrl nn tlie lyih ul
I r l what Ilic !( of ;ixxl lliln
tuvlilftl ami Ilic )csl of dim picvAllrtl,
hi lliu rcptncnliillvo of this journal wss
Hoi lo forrgil Ilic plcnsutc of AUrnitniicc
I nml Is liidclilcl In tlir (inrrllc for the
ln litiAvnlihtilv' il(ln)rl itmimiti
hi C If. HUlion ptcl.lrtl, Mi. A. Unna
i cntrl nn Ills right, Mr. S, II. Dole Ilic
irrtlilcntnf the I'. In A S.C'o, on Ihclcfli
Howlng gentlemen also necupylnR soils
tnhlei llim. S, N. I'nsllc, lion II, M,
tney, K. A. Macfle, J. It. I'M). V. O,
'h, 0. II, Dole, J. (1. Spencer, VV. I'
ell, (J. C. Williams, C. S. Kvnnersly, T.
,)vlrt, P, A. Scluefcr, Cnpt. II. V. Mist,
V. Halt. II. V. KdiinMt. I. 11. Atlir-rtrm.
i i'.Jonr.Jr., V. II. IWlcy, II, I'. llnM
.tpM. 11. I". Dllllncham, T. I, llayseMcn. C.
olley, V. II. Klclcuil, nml representatives nf
(sfetle niiil Ilullctln. Alter the ilcscrt hail
nremovcil, coffee nnlcmt nml rlg-irli;htcil,
'chairman cnlleil the attention of Ihcasscin
ret rrprcscntntlvcsofthcwcnlth ami enterprise
the Hawaiian IsIiikIs, saving)
ll gave htm C'eAl pleasure to have heen
a1Tc1 to Attend the meeting held by Ilic plan-
r ilutlng the lnt week nml Ills only irtjrct
as lliAt there were not more phnlcrs present At
tm. lie consiilcictl the opportunity given In
c meetings lotliscuss nml InlctchAngc thought
ouU prose of great ailsanlagc to planters In
ncral. It vsas also a great advantage lolmc
lenti ami planters hecoine neniialntril ultli
(eh other personally, nml the meetings of
yjtlncss or social imiort, temleil tint way.
c.M.it.. ... t. ......i . .n.i r t t . .
, .,ttlllium (If mi: ,jMini.l 1IIII III iiiimiicu, n,
ae go-wiwccn 01 punter nml agents, lie ml
, 'sol strongly the cultivation of confidence In
ichother. All were interested Inlhcsulmct of
stanllng. The whole prosperity ol the country
';itctl nn the plaiting interests. It bchootcd
Ihc planters to find out nml practice the most
economical manner In which to conduct their
uslness. Kcciprocity was not n certainly and
usinesS. must he cnrricil on In that cconomici
Irny that will enable Ilic. planters to subsist
without the aid of the treaty. The six.alcr
Ihtmght tint Ihc phnlcrs as well ns the business
rommunit) generally hnit ftllcn into extras!
Igint ), i
of be day.
, they were getting along too fast (
hment rinil economy should be Ihc order
The speaker then introduced as the
IfitM speaker of the "countr) " members, .Mr.
A UnnA n planter of twentytwo vcarj cxpe-
Mr.Unna, ssas much pleased to hear the sen
timents expressed by the chairnnn. The
planters of thcmsclses could do little without
j the assistance and co operation ol the agents.
. ?t ),' rie Kn'W mat miierence-s sometimes must
i,W exist but he had found it nl.i)s a pleasure to
l? a "' nnrt eonsince people with whom he differed
I S that he was right in intent, if not in action.
i nc pitmen nan mucii io ic unnKiui lor to
the agents, especially those who were in sugir
in iSOl. He hoped the friendship of planters
I and merchants would become more ccmintcil.
tic proposal tlie neaiiti ol the " .Mtrcliants
lion. h. N. Castle said that he agreed with
the Hon. Mr. llishop that all were interested
in the success of the planters and was of the
mtnd thai the interests of all, from the mer
chant to the laborer, depends on the planters.
The success of the plantations depended
greatly on the continuance of the Kcciprocity
Treaty. If Reciprocity failed all would be
pressed. He hoped to has e great pleasure in
reading the reports of the sarious committees
when they appeared in print. These reixirts
would le of great alue to planters not only
in Hawaii but in other countries.
Mr. S. II, Dole said, that the speakers pre
served an ominous silence on the subject of
via1.1i.. Alli. imll.r hml Iwmi r.tll. ival I
jjti.spoken or. I'ossibly the experience of last
" year olTered co inducement to attempt a similar
. xpcriment this )ear. He deemed the politics
, of the country exceedingly interesting to every
1 one. Those who read the papers mustsce tliat
there was an entire want qf confidence in gov
ernment, three out of four foreign papers not
supporting the action of the ministry. This
remind us that we should watch vigilantly the
:l public and planting interests that arc controlled
by the governmental their future prospect may
be aflectcil b) govemrnent action. One man
1 ia the position of a minister of the crown may
In a few days commit acts that would take ) cart
10 annul. Same of the newspapers, hod been
sloinggood work, but the work should not all
be left to the newpajwrs, "we must speak out
oureles. " (Applause.) The speaker stated
that he had watched the attitude of the news-
papers anil tncn6giess made In the interests
of good government, although some of the
i ditors hasc felj.jjist tbey were fighting a
. losing lattle tney hsw stuck to their work
conscientious!) and are still in the front. The
; work should not be left to the public press alone,
all must watch the government and support it
against its ow n Ud actions- 'e should speak
Mt and tell In a definite manner, that cannot
'- bvtbe understood, what actions arc wrong and
t tsktt tiny are wrong. (Applause.) There Is
danger that the government will lose its
ckssMCt eras a constitutional go eminent voicing
lb atlieuts of the people by the tepre-
umulifr of the islands. Nothing can check
s (sttilfncy but definite oulsoken action
,., jBffrwhst we think and (how by our actions
vyEwemeanit." (Applause.) "The Angle-
', isaxon is a patient race and will wait along and
sacrifice much before taking strong action but
it will finally assert lis rights and knowing dare
Mr, I, C, Jones, Jr., endorse! fully wliat
Mr, Dole avail said. He had wriltea out some-
jjsjfcg ,-h ne had intcruleil to say, but not
tsswfagk with Wot h Jireferred to l brief.
th Usougtst it was about time that the feelings
J tsf ike planters and business men were made
suhB iHibBcly. " We leave not sjxiken out
)atil." We belieyc in public meetings and
the time was approaching lor their
called. He was not an office seeker
and did not liclicve there was a man la
who jsss. (Applause.) lie wishes!
slat pkwtrs Marty God ipvcd on their re
h' . ., ,
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m' " i ., MWaV riJgWWIBWs,! ir4jJIW
MeJl.rllMJMI11'l. , ,
lurnlng lo their various fiel.U of lalmr, and 1e
llevril Ihst Ihc pnsl meellngs had aided In ce
menting the friendship of Agent and planter.
Mr. Thro. II. Davlct made a rather humor
on speech which set nil At the labia In the
liest of humor he rcferrrd Id ihc fart tint the
planters had cvcapci! (he charge of fraud thai
had Ik-cii placcil In llielr credit, but now Ihcy
were clnrged wh lilng all englishmen and
(trrinans, 1 he charge, as regards Ihc major
ity, was as baseless At Ihc previous one. Hut
how he as an individual englishman was to
get nut of lint difficulty was more Ihnn he
Mr. I'. A, Schacfcr thought thai the meet
ings helil during the past week had done a
great iIcaI nfgiHxl In bringing forth vaIuaI.Ic
Information nml I lint Ihc present meeting At
Ihc festive lionrd would niil to promote a so
cial feeling between Ihc planters and Ihclr
agents. He hoped Ihc Association would prove
fruitful of much good And that nt the not
nnnual mretlng n larger number would lie pres
ent, llcfore closing he Iwggeil leave lo Intro
duce a little business matter which he hoped
would meet Ihc approval of the planters pres
ent Ami that was, the Action deemed necessary
by Sencor Cannvaro 1'orlugeac Consul In col
lecting a small sum from each incoming Portu
guese Immigrant with which n fund was
created for the enre of those of that nationality
who might become sick nml destitute. This
sum, Mr, Schacfcr stated, was Intended to be a
charge to each Immigrant and not to the plan
ter, and would redound to the benefit of the
Marks of decided approval met the state
ment made by Mr. .Schacfcr, so that it would
appear the assembled planters fully concurred
in Ihc liencvolent object projected by Senhor
Mr. T. II. Davics Apologised for taking the
floor again, but desired to bring to ihc recol
lection of those present nil nbscnt friends who
would undoubtrcdl) be pleased to be seated
amongst them. The seaker mentioned the
names of Dr. J. Motl Smith, Hon. II. A. P.
Carter, and Col. .. S. Spalding ns those he
desired specially lo have remembered in drink
ing to "our absent friends."
Mr. II. P. Italdwin stated he was not a
natural orator nml he was better able to ex
tract juice from cane than n speech from him
self; he fully endorsed the sentiments ex
pressed by Messrs. Dole and Jones, as he be
lieved nil present did. The planters would
now go home and aid the press in maintaining
good government, they might not do much
writing or speaking but like the owl they
could keep up n heap of thinking and have
their say prctt) loud-voiced when they felt
like talking. He eulogised the Planters' Lab
or and Supply Company, as not being based
on mere sentiment, but fostered by industry
and patroniteil.by the best business men in
the kingdom of Hawaii, and it will never die
out while business in the country pa)s. The
reports of the committees showed considerable
advancement over those presented at the last
) car's meeting and the speaker hoped the next
meeting would show still further progress.
He thought the information gained was of
more value than the treaty, it meant in many
instances a ton more sugar to the acre. (Ap
plause.) The oft time toast of the "Newspaper
Press" called the editor ol the Gazette Mr. A.
T. Atkinson, to his feet and he made the re
sponse for his confrtrts in journalism in a felici
Hon. II. .M. Whitney, was the last speaker
and he briefly mentioned the good which had
been done by the old missionary workers of
the past, the Baldwins the Alexanders and the
Lymans, who had .with their own hands plan
ted and taught to the poor natives the rudi
ments of agriculture. As a closing toast the
speaker presented the following: "Recipro
city, the golden band that encircles the United
States and Hawaii, may their union never be
The hour drawing on to the time of departure
of some of the island steamers on which the
departing planters desired to take passage,
caused an adjournment sni Jit, but before
leaving, it was easily discernible that the bond
of union between the planters and agents had
been drawn closer in the cause of friendship
UTUAL TBLEPHONE CO.
r-SFLONI) AS.SlSbl L.Yl on Ihc slock of the
rImivv compan) of tlt twins iV3 Ver share, it due
IIIIS DAY, ami pa)ab!e, at m office, Kaanumanu
street, No. 13.
Honolulu, October lth, iBSj. A. JAKiKK,
164 41. .rcuurer Mutual let. CO
T A I N B CO.
iiavs s lah.i saiKk or nn
VERY BEST HAY, GRAIN. ETC
hkh u offernl at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
and eUlivsred ftee loan) drt of the cit).
Agent fur the
I'ltrllr Mutitul Llfr ImnritMrr Co,
Agents for the MOOVt.K I KU.I'HONE.
Conmiiiuner of leelt for lU Malt of California.
ILIKI'llONr, NO. 117.
AWAIIAN lit U-1 EI I i'llONI, COJtrNV.
MKIIVCTloyr ! HATLH.
rrum and after SimiUr jo, ill, the 1 ileohooes
of IhU Company ubm the Pmtkl of Hoaolulu illl
tfutetl at the, following rvtlircd rales, U ;
l-or DLs.e qf LukUieM. , , , , , ,,,. fj 00 per month.
to!xialeirUDCe. ...,,, fa 00 per month.
Ia)t!c cjuatterly In atlsaju:.
). I. BROWN, beoeiary.
Honolulu, bef. si, iflv. l(o,m
SLOVLh uJ SltrVS.all ul the laterf styles and
pauenu, you will tie sunt to And al A. at
LLI, ci rorlMreet
pjAVi: JUS! HlCl'IVlfll lilt. MHUUfl
ART AND HOLIDAY OOODB
Aiinsi, tlie riCTUSis mav ra Max
The Popular ralntlogs of Flowers and Prult, by Mrs. GUIea.
Alto Portraits, Prult and Landscapes, br Professor Slronf.
AN of the tve ,e luljects of IhU counlry.
Flowers and Fruit In Water Colors and Colored Lithographs, Studies of Madame Volga
laid lo be the fineil ever made, ,
2U,000 feet of Mooldlnp; for Frsssssei
Card, Cabinet, and lloudolr FKAMFS,
J M'ANLSCTLX SKIS, .MOUSTAUCH COPS and bAUCERS in many style., elc
ORK l!AbKr."IS and ItAbKIir STANDS '
Glove and Handkerchief liOXLS, 1 ''
Jen el cases, Oil Ca&cs
llrackets in all sires and steles
lSoquct and Cigar 1 ables, ,
, The very latest Styles of CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S CARDS.
All kinds of New
PIANOS, ORGANS, -GUITARS,
DRUMS, " FLUTES, UFES,
AND URASS INSTRUMENTS,
The very best Strings,1 for all String Instruments.
Hetty Carrlng t;
We will be pleased to,he every body(cal and
;U In out store are cniiiely new to Shi countiy,
IT IS NO TROUBLE
SWOKDKRS trornih OlIILR
jsaxs V& t 7 'Mi .
nsSsWwawain mi iiii Tr
a , '"' n " r ' IF J'
liaaSSSaflliaaaaaaftJiS il i TlT illiat II 1 1 - -ej...... .
1 0 7
IMI OH I1,. I ION OK m
" 3 -
ssnel Cornlocs, Including every style new and old.
Velvet, Native Carved Wood, Ebony, etc
llmrttc, ami J'laitcr.
Toys for the little ones.
Crit; ami Crdtt$. S,
it. v ;
tjapaaeie Wall paperaod Kans,Screen, etc. '
ceaislMour goods, u we are conadenl that nany
r"t - 1 ,-
10 SHOW GOODS.
1SLNDS snU has tour careful ailentlea
"rf - J - - ' ',.- ,-i
gENHON, KMITII, at CO,
DRUOOIKTII A PERrilMERfl.
it Vmt Srrr llon'jrirt', II. I.
TolUt ArtlolM etnil FMisay Goods.
f Ames ami 1 enniMrii'1
Tolls! Drsulng Osisi,
I IIOHr IIAIlV IOH.M 8KTS
Bsvnlistt Powilorti isisd Fasoei Powdnrs
IK GSPAT VASIefV.
a cnMriii I INK or
Lnssdrwrs-'s CeiUbratext Prfnntry,
Estracts, Colognes, Lavender Water, Etc
Our Prices Are Always Biceptlonatiy Low,
Tri.aiiloNr No. ',;, nlf
rANOY COLORED OZ.AIB,
Jutl receivnl and for sate e AUrgellle and
Hankow, from London,
ATTIIL HONOLULU STFAM PLANING MILL
Tlir rlXRST assotmfht or
Fnnry Colored (linn .VUIO Inrhrm
May 1 found at the above estlliluhment.
Also, PIA1 L GLASS, from gt inches to IHU feel
?M ASOVK IS
OfrLKLD AT HI.ASONM1LE RATES.
An Early Call is Solicited.
Honolulu Steam Planing f sll
MOXXUTER A CO,
Nuuann si reel, and corner of Fort and Merchant streets
"Maitlu lUvU,""Mall.jiie," and espected ei
" MaripcMa" and other veuet
Ikaiton Caid Matches,
Hoisc Shoes and Nails,
DOWNERS and NOONDAY Oil,
LubrKAting OUs of all kinds.
Cut Nails all sues.
Clinch Nadt, all sties.
Colon Wane In bales,
, , Cheap Rim Clocks,
, - c ' Brown Soap, la cases.
a . y Wire Hanging Batkets for Ferns, Ac,
i Lane-, Plamailon Hoee,
' Inch Goose neck Socket lion,
Ice Cream rrecrers.
Lawn Mowers, best kind,
, Caw's Genuine Amoekcag Denims,
Case's Genuine Amoekeag Manners Stripe,
Besides a thousand silkies In the Hardware line always
' on hand.
Soon especled, nol by ll.e " Spanan," a mm torn.
plett aascelmenl of
jfesH'a 1MW Plw asset Hrtkr;
WilK eslra Handles, Beaau and Poiais.
All ihes will Le found si the comer brick uora of
1(1 E. O. MALL ft SON. Ueeiud.
EW STVLLS of Cunauo. I siheoquim a4
sweat; you can eiav your cbuk as A. as.
.Mr, 104 Hotel street. 111
C BUSHED STRAWBERRY. Tarns Costa, and
ait oshw shades of Plusse, you mM (ad l A
altLLKT, 104 tort ssreee, ,M
THEO. H. DAVIEStScCO.
nn.K 1 or ai.i;
Womlhersrg-it tf iheiMslUijaie swl uker reteM
veteels, il I lloine;
Dry "Goods and Clolhiwr:
Prims rT the laieei siylr.,liti tiitntf
nine l)nline, llruwn Mnm Drill.,
While Croydon httertlng.
KmiuIi'i iMt LMi, wattrprouf I .!,,
'low.l.ernl Irwrting, IiUh loweU,
laUeUoihi, TaUe Ntllnt,
Pares Li nana, ShawU. Drssa Ooosta
GieruilirKs, White sl I'AwtiK Will,
Lritoird halins, Grass ClAhe,
ArllfkUl rdrwereand Feathers,
CMton Harutk.rel.ief., Silk Han.Verehlefi.
I al le Covrrs, wir,l,n. Cblornl Saiiren.and Crapes
I ancy Mlilur arvl llloe and Gray Flannels,
VlrlurU Ijlwne, iUvW himA Cotton.
Illne and VV Ml Check lUn,, '
I-ANCY DRESS GOODS
Fanry I'lai.I,, Kreaita hliirl.. Wool Shim,
While awl Colored Onlun hhins,
r ancy rVarf u. Pilot Retfrrt,
Men. Uliile arvl llruwn Cixlon Half How,
l-adi.' lloe, Men's Heady made Clothing, .
Ijidles' Hal. (white, Llaclc and fancy straw),
Irulia RuUer Coal., Capes and leggingi,
Blue ami Gray Horie Blarikeli,
Woolrn lilanVetl, all sires, colors and weightt;
I'rlrel I'ltri'i; Vetret Hug;
Vtlrrl nml Tiip'ttry lloor Malt.
A full akorimenl it GrNli.F.MPN8 and LA
DlrS'SADDLF.S; alwj, Saddle, for Hoys and Girls
anl a few
IIHlDLr S, Saddle Cloihs and Chamois Skins.
Hacssr Bass, 20at36,
Coesl Bat, 28x37,
Rioa Baca and Twin.
Filter lress Hate easy', something new and In great
demand a few only reoufnuig. Ibese tiags are made
10 lit Olio's Pre., and are of the right sire and iroptr
(Inlvanh'd Corruyntetl ftonlny (14 gaoge),
in 0, 7, 8 and 9 leet lengtns,
ROOFING SCKfcWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed Fence Wire, Noe. 4, J, 6 and 7, and Staples;
Galvanued Iron Buckets H sue,
Galvanlred Wash Uatlnf,
Galvanized Garden Bordering and Netting,
Tinned Iron Saucepan., all eires;
1 eakcttles , real Japan Maceing.
PavlHf lirlrhH ami Garden Tile$,
Uwn Seals and Chain,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
GROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy GUt Flower Standi,
f-ern Oa.Wtft tir
PORTLAND CEMENT FIRE BRICKS,
LletrvooiSaltfMd Rotk Sail, e(nctlValmU
and Bolltd Oil; Wortrtler Baute
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, five and seven yards long.
; TOI'SAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, sires Je, (,,', aod ft.
TOWELL DUFKRYN STEAM COAL,
ENGLISH LEATHER BELTING, from "Holt,
il feel lengths; is and 18 av per yard.
Hth Ilates, Bolts and Nuts.
Railroad Spikes lo match.
Om ler-Jferx JPaetwr fartaM Jhsaia
Al, On ThrtfHm Pasewr T test
JCaf lae, tie.
mt THEO H. DWIES CO.
MR. J, W, YARNDLEV
W ill give tnurscslons 14 a Ensued aoasber of cupiU
la Vloaa-Ptaykag aad
TW CaWvasiaa al tsst Voica.
Comasunicaijons rewesslfLg the sbovt assy W IsA as
Mr. C K. Wletaaw' riaM Tunut.ntZr. TeJe
phone Na-yt; Mr T.athiuass Stan. TeasahoM
Ncvyo; and at the KuUex of Mr. VaradSry, a 10
M iimit Mttca,
H seders an ssHrasatd as ateesv
Wssiae. " i WiiiMeiisssMefrpV'foy'i'
O M. CAHTEH & CO,
r. h. ciir,
S. r. r.HHAU
No. Hit KIbk Hlraat. Honolala.
srran l.r.Le.s m
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED
We wrld n-iilfy lU put lie, and houwkprs U per.
Ikular, that we V.ep tm hand an-l f, wU, In nwMule
14 .ill pvrchiurs awl al loaetl rsiee, fwl, s folViwii
HARD AND (SOFT WOOD,
N, B. W. MliWCAffl 1 1: COAI,
ItCOTCH COAL, and the
tririiKArfu whjingiom mink,
III PAK1URK BAVCOAI,
IV '"?. "" ' er""! h 1 elphie ee eeherwlw,
arvl Immediaie delivery guaranteed,
OIVK US A CAI L .T.IepfcoM, No. y-s
wit aiao rrr in stock
HAY, OATS-CaWornla and New Zealand
II RLF.V-Whole and ground
WHFAT, CORN-Whole and creeled J
BRAN, MIDDLINGS, and uher feed.
Order the above ihroegh Telephone No. yq,
axo we waaaastr
QsUek DaUrarr a4 Fall Waisht
ORDFKS I ROM OiHF.R ISINDS SOLICITF.il
Fttt JMiittry lo AH Turn tA lU CTiy,
ItwrnW, No. 88 KIm trU
Importer and I)aIt la
OuitvJtlkr, lmjt I'crvJAnt. I'rufcet Lamp;
O ToboUfa bid Tubular, IfetHfijC faouw,
and I'trl Isntrrm; Ntre. Pockrt, arid
raUe Lami ; Cobc, Omnnyt Refltcr.
!.m0 !ltktcf forsvewinx maschtficse.
STOVkS AND KANCrS-Uix. Sam, nlt'
I'atem, Hu.hmutvl, " Ka MtA." I'ert, Otcvota,
Hawaii Alolta Almfia Flora.
MISSISSIPPI KAN'OK-CxAini, cipadly for w
FRENCH KANGf.S-For reuaurantt bcek, and
prtvai ftt.Jne., nh crwitrwct ht wairr
WESTESHOLM.S ! X I, CUTLERY ?
A fioc aMortmrnt of Talk, Dfer1, a nd Tea
Kmvrtand cV; Carter, and SU, wub
fUln and oniameiatal ivory ha.da ; alio
'oclttt Knivcwf Kaxort, SbeAn, Duttorvholc
and ldf baon, IWad Koun. Kectnoc
zreoch Cook Kmve. Uutcbc and Kaichrn
Ltsdiea' V.'v.; -a and JUiVti ; Offxc, Luncn,
' Laundry and Market IlatvVcti.
DOORM ATS Aborted Ix and patierDi.
Rczen Ilrotber. and Mcriden Plating Work;
Water and Cream Pitchers: TaUe, Deter,
and Tea Knives; Fcrkj and Spoon., Spo
HoW-rt, Napkin Hingt, OntrJrcnc moz$
Pickle and( Cruet Stand, i) otter Uowli,
Card Receivers FraX bunds, Prewrre
.Sickle owunied Tea Sets, In part or whole,
.ery neat and detuaUc; plaia Cooktsj
Utenuls in large variety.
M Uk Pant. Psddinc and plain Haunt, Milk
Iloilert; Rice. Jelly, and lce-creain Mould;
new paiiertit in Stew Pant.
SAVCEPANS Fnameled andUnned ixon,rotj j-pint
Toilet Sett, Totkt Standi. Water Cooler
Cake, Cath, and Knife Boac; Sputooot
Cuspidor.. Children s Trayt.
Fairbanks PUtform, Counter, and Kitchen
Molin Plows, Shovels Spades, Hoes, Rllves,
Rk and Manure Forks, Oot, Hoc Hanajles,
Plow Handles and Ilcanu.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BLDWIK FODDER CUTTERS !Ve sues, K.
i, iK, and y-inch cut, an A t article.
Warranted best grades New York standard,
and carbolued, K, K. f iK. a iccb
Hoc nouJc and spsnaklert, sfcc
PLUMBER AND TISSMIIHS MATERIAL.
Sheet Lead. to i f 1U. louare foot ; Soil Pipe,
lead and catt iron; Waitt Ckets, Cases
Sheet Tin ; Shet Ccpi dean and tinned,
U to 00 ox.; Hotsc lUbbs, Roua; Sinks,
buck and caasoeled: ditto Wathtlandt ;
Sheet Zinc 1 Soft Solder, oof own nuke.
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE J toavftb; elbow.
T reducer, plufs, budun.
PI PE ICES, take J to j inch pipe J stocks and dies,
cuts to 3 Inch pipe.
BIRD CAGES-tearzeu variety o market, paiattd.
bright, an J oras wire.
BABY CARRIAGES, Bo)V WUdUrrow and Co
Hall s jaulvkbratcd Fire and BorgW pecof
sSafes, U e keep it, stock the !ars;esl assort
incni of Sales to be found west cCaUbrBia,
Cats saaikd upoQ ap4iastioei.
GE LETTS" ICE MACHINES!
J art the ihiaa foe uc en f4antationa whetc
Meant U at-aiUblc, Sanall U snakes i lbs.
tc? in riT hours : second sue, o lbs. in seven
hours. Cuts, with full dsttttkaW fve workieg,
Muted to your addrrse on apcJitrntson. e
are agiboeired lo deliver these machines
akintftide at raakcrs' prKcs, aaidiaf only cost
U cking-cae and fights.
CUSTOM WORK of all hinds in lia, cxM-tr, and
sheet Iron workup attended to. woi4-sihop
over store Work sacoted by cosBpetcnt
worknen at reasonable prices.
BE-VVLK BLOCK, FORT STREET,
"Nimble sit pence better than a slow shlsaav'-and
Mr DOMT FORGET IT, JB9 Mtf
HB "SUPBRIOR1 STOVB.
Xk J, .V-mi St, MmfitJm If At
Sole affentt lx the liinds. A f-Jl San t5 the
and ftftntea fee the sacM aJwtya U stosA.
JOB WORK rftOMKTLY DONK
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CMTEMFRISK PLAMIMO MILL.
i; rosri.r, Momu', II, I,
C. J, Hard sad It, P. BeMelraaaa,
COITTltAOTOlUI asset BUILDEK
Plsvnlns;, Shaplntr, Tu'nlns;,
Band and Scroll Sawlnf,
Doori, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Slain, made to order.
MOMJJ.NGS ANO FINISH,
AH orders UU4 m iix trkt,ni )MAtt retsrjr
attended la M'slding Made K tiry twttera w'ttom
e.trs charge lot lmvee. PrU of Matbla wwrlr,
Si ease Si stxrbr. ,-Tr
COR THIRTY DAYS 1 1
Committing on Monday, On. lot, I MM,
CHAS. J. FISIIEL WILL OKFEH
AataisssdJssc Barcalos In arjiliiaary
FtSrl9 the deiArtarc f MISS EM RICK tot ibe
Stales, colbe Marinsa,Ierbig lre al OOaW
Ijth, ilrj, wewiltnule , .
A Grand Citnranf Halt of MUllnrry,
To male iei Ux aa eittssl.e stueV, tikh w,N
Upgrthiued rf MISS EMRlCKtnper
son, and ti to amc Uie about
the middle c Novenber
Our REDUCTIONS are GENUINE and ned
only to be seen by carrf.il buyers to be
apftfeciaitd. Httanuxtt In aH
Depart txA M4 at
SdJ auemfcxi is taKed f the alove ajuwoactrcr.
".r Yarlrty and Voir frltfM we ranmo eW
Knll'd In I a CUyt
Il is io ibe INTEREST vt EVFRYBODV lo tail
and see Oietc BARCIANS, wletber ulu tutor
AS Goods wUl te eaarked ia plaia Sgves aad
tTHOLltrOK CAM OXJLY.-m
CHAS. J. FlavamaVX.
THE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE,
Ctrrnr t, rt amj llittl Stnttl.
H ranch S we:
Ctrmer MtnLm4 mmj .Vm... Stntlf.
Ne. 79 Qcitx Sias.T, HcwcurU'. r;
lir.anaa Caal. trass.
Oak, aab. Saaaaa
a cexrtsTs o iisi AstomiaxT or
CaaManerf Uta ea aaoj.
KTTasis r aw ariaa
ALL WOUIC OVAaUIMrUO.
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