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MONDAY, APRIL 4. 1887
Mikahala from Kauai
Uktno Planter, l'eiiliiiiin, Iti'i, lny
from Sim Frnncleco
Schr Kiiutllim from Waliinae
Sclir Halcakala from Pcncckeo
Stmr Sm Pi he from Hawaii
Morning btiir from S 8 Islands
Bgtno Claus fenrrekels from Sau Fran
cisco Sclir Wiucliu fiom Walilna
Sclir Mary roster fiom rCaaunl
Sclir Molwiihlno from Iliiiimkua --
Sclir Mmiii from Ktian
Sclir AVallcIu from Kuan
Stnir Kliuui for Maul mill Hawaii ni 4
Stmr Ltkcllkc'for Knliuliil and liana at
5 p in
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 0 p m
Stmr Lelma for lliunukuii at 5 p in
Stmr 0 It Hit hop for l.alialna at 4 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Surpilso for ICiiau
Sclir Mana forllonoinu
Sclir Wallcle for Kiniii
Uktno Maiy-WInkelnian for Sim Fran
cisco at 10 u m
Sehi-Waichti for Watahia
Stmr Mlkalialu for Xaulliwill, Koloa,
i:iculi), Wiiimca and Kekuha at 5
o'clock p ni
Stmr Walalculu for VaInuae,i llannma-
ulu, KUaiica, ami llanalei at 8 u in.
Fiom Kauai, per utinr Mlkaliala,
April !1 Dr .1 K Smllli, II T) Preston,
KevII Iscnbctg, W A Wall. Misses
Flora and Clara Gl ide, .J N S Williams.
A llanticbcrg, W I, Holokalilkl. Itcv E
S Timotio and wife, li Cblnc-'c mid 41
From Sau Fi nnclc(i per bgtno Clans
SprcckeH, April 4 MIs Emma Ortb
and II Adams.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mlkaliala 1,008 bags eugtir, l:in
bagspla. 10 bags ike, 212 sbeep
and 'Jo hlilci.
Ilaleakala 1,221 bngs Migar.
Surprise 1,2:17 bag- sugar.
Mima 1,3."jT bag suftar.
Walebu S.i0bag4 sngtr.
Wiilloh1 1,220 bags s-ugar and 35 bides.
Tbu bk Saranau left Sau Francisco
March 17, laden with ineicbandNo for
Tho brig Chin Spicckcls sailed Mar
17, for Honolulu with merchandise.
Tliu Ameilean Tern Id.i Sclinauer,
which recently piled between S.in Fian
rlsco and Kabulul. Maul, In the sugar
Hade, has been sold to u parly at
at Cook's Inlet, and will hereafter bo
engaged in the llsbiiig trade.
The baik Caibailun and the bktne
Discovery were to leave San liauelsco
for Honolulu between the 21th and 23tb
The Ko An Hon after excluslvo le
nalrs by E It Ityan sailed for Kauna
kakal, Molokal, this, afternoon for cattlo
for Mr S M Damon.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Kalakaun, Armtiong
Uktno Mary Wlnkchiian, Blako
Uktno Morning Star. Tumor
Bgtno (' aus Sprrckels, Dicw
Bktne Planter, Penlmaii
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band played
at tho Palaco this morning.
A flir.VEK wedding will bo colobrnted
at tho Beaver Saloon to-morrow.
It is reported that them will bo a
fancy dress ball, at tho Palace, this
Six Chincso wcio confirmed yester
day at St. Andrew's Cathedral, by tho
Bishop of Honolulu.
Ma. Jules Tavei nier, has on exhi
bition, at King Bros., a splendid
painting of native fishes.
The intended minstrel perform
ance, for tho benefit of tho niiiibtrel
company, is reported to bo ofT.
. . .
Fivk whaleis, among which was
the Seabreee, wero at P6nape, South
Harbor, when the Morning Star left.
Five horses, live cows and three
calves ctimo by the Ohms Sprcekels,
this morning, for W. G. Irwin & Co.
Piunck Otto von Bismarck Schonc
hauson was born 1st of April, 1815,
and was thoreforo 72 year old last
Mr. Giffardis convalescing rapidly
and will probably be able to resume
his clerical duties about tho end of
Tjiuiti: wero 23 lawyers present nt
tho opening of tho Hupiemo Coint,
including thu Attorney-General and
The "Friend," ns usual, is promptly
to hand, and, as usual again, contains
considerable interesting matter to be
found in no other publication.
Tun captain of tho steamer Sur
prise, which arrived yesterday from
Laupahochoo and Hilo, icpoits u
drought at tho nbovo places.
gfFou a few houis yesterday tho
trade wind resumed its uoimal func
tions, hut it shoitly subsided, and to
day it is again hot and sultry.
Foheign jmoif will ho icquired. to
bo in attendance at tho Supiemo
Court to-monow morning at 10
o'clock. The liist caso to bo hcaid is
Box vs. Woolham, chaiged with cattle
stealing fiom tho Kawailoa Ranch.
IiAfiTKit Tuesday, Apiil 12th, is tho
day appointed for tho colebiatiou of
St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday
School Festival. After assembling at
tho sohool tho children will proceed
to the Bishop's, rcsiiloneo in Nuiiami
Vnlloy, for tho piuposo of indulging
Whales wero seen off Nawillwlli,
during last week.
A bcnooi, of whales was scon off
Niiluui, onf liursriny last.
Mit. L. Kaltofen has opened a
butcher shop at Waimea, Kamii,
Tin: leciuils of tho Honolulu
Rilles, both companies, will drill this
t m !-'
Oahpenteks are at work and arc re
pahs being made at the Reformatory
- i -
Hot Cross Buns will bo delivered
from Love's bakery on Friday next,
fiom 0 a. M. to G '. m.
The annual show of the It. II. A.
S. is advertised to take plaeo during
the second week in Mnv.
At 12:03 this noon, tho bark Sara
nac was reported 10 miles S. E.
She has a mail.
Some local matter, which will ap
pear to-morrow, has been crowded
out of this issuo by foreign news.
. - .
Oun obligation to Mr. Hcwott,
news agent, for late foreign papers,
is hereby acknowledged.
The old Custom House, lately used
for a Chinese theater, has been con
verted into a sugar and rice ware
house. . . .
Tin: houso occupied by Messrs.
McChesney it Son, Allen & Robinson,
and tho Pilots, is being touched with
John Green has started a baggage
exprcs,witli his stand on King street,
near Foit stieet, in front of Ham
nioi 'a harness shop.
The Rhino wino offered for sale by
Messrs. H; llackfeld & Co., comes
from an establishment which is a
guarantee of purity.
The new card of the Bell Tele
phono Coinpeny was delivered to tho
company's subscribers on Saturday.
Tho last number of tho list is 445.
Tni!i:i: o'clock to-morrow afternoon
is tho time appointed for a special
meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Pacific Sugar Mill, at tho oflice of
Messrs. F. A. Sehaefer & Co.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning,
tho sale of Mr. J. B. Custlo's house
hold furnituie will commence, at his
letidence, corner of Kinau and Ka
Repaihr on Bcretania street, in
tho neighboihood of Punahou, con
tinue. Culverts are being construct
ed, and general drainago provided
for. This is a decided step in ad
vance. The survey party, consisting of
Mr. E. 1). Preston, of the United
States Survcy.and Mr. A. Wall of tho
Hawaiian Government, returned
from Kauai yesterday by tho steamer
Two pigeons which seem to have
an attachment to St. Andrew's Ca
thedral, attended the sorvico thore
yesterday morning, and appeared to
think they had as much right to coo
as the worshippers to sing.
Mils. Smithies and Child, Mr.
Ficnch, Mr. Sheafc, A. Honebcrg and
child, J. Ronton, and Kia Nahaole
lua leavo for windward ports by tho
steamer Kinau, this afternoon.
The half-Tahitian, who was ar
rested at Waimea, Kauai, n week or
so ago, on suspicion of muder, has
been released from custody, as it has
been discovered that tho Tahitian
was in jail at tho time of tho mur
der. The depot for Tahiti lemonado,
manufactured at Sunny South, Wai
kiki, is on Hotel street, whero or
deis for this and other wholesome
beverages from tho same manufac
tory are received and promptly filled.
Delivery is miulo to any part of tho
Messrs. Hustace & Robertson lost
a valuablo dray horse this morning.
Tho animal inn from tho stable yard,
without a bridle, and after rushing
wildly about tho streets, landed on
tho stono pavement in front of Water
house's Queen street store, with a dull
thud, and then ended its existence.
A LAiiai: wagon, drawn by four big
hoises, and heavily laden with na
tiso grass, came down Fort street
Saturday afternoon, with tho tire of
one of tho hind wheels dangling be
hind. The load, for only tho wheels
of the wagon could bo seen, after
f lightening nearly ovcry team it
pushed, camo near capsizing in front
of tho shooting gallery, but tho dan
ger was avcited by halting.
Tho latest quotations are: New
York, Culm centrifugals, 90 test, fij
cents; Manila basis, 91 test, 4.73
ARRIVALS AT THE EAGLE HOUSE.
S. L. Prciss, Maui j S. N. Emer
f.on, Wnlnlua; Chas. Campbell,
steamer C. It. Bishop ; Walter Bad
ger, steamer Wnialcalo.
THE S. S. RAIATEA BURNT AT SEA
News of the burning of the S. S.
Itaiatca at sea camo to hand yester
day. The burning hull was seen by
the baikcntino Tropic Bird in lati
tude 12.28 N., longitude- 14.8 W.,
all hands having loft her. The crew
i cached Dean's Island, and wero
taken off by tho harkentlno City of
Papeete, and reported to tho barken
tino Planter, Captain Peniinnn, nil
well, bound to San Frouciacq. ' ' '
THREE REFORM BOYS.
Tbreo youths wearing the uniform
of the Reformatory School, appeared
in the felon's clock, this morning,
charged with larccu'. Tho Deputy
Marshal not being prepared to pro
ceed with the case, It wa3 put off
until to-morrow, the hoys being de
tained in the Police Station mean
while. One of tho youths was dis
tinguished by having three 3trlpcs on
his arm, possibly for his adroit
ness in peculating.
A conceit will be given this even
ing nt the Hawaiian Hotel, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock, by the
Royal Hawaiian Band, compliment
ary to Commodoro Dickcrson of the
U. S. Navy. The following is the
Ovci lure America riiuis
Duet Troubadour Verdi
Waltz Queen's llandkcichtcf.. Straws
Reminiscences of Rossini Godfrey
Medley War Recollections Borer
lnti eduction Rosuuiundo Schubert
Gavotte ISwccthcart littrald
Waltz Flowers of Joy G ung'l
fclar Spangled Unnuer.
PORTUGUESE VOLUNTEER COM
PANY. A number of Portuguese residents
assembled at the Killo armory Sat
urday evening, for tho purpose of
forming a Portuguese military com
pany in conjunction with the' Hono
lulu Rifles, or rather a company of
the battalion. The battalion olllcers
were present and they, with the
assistance of tho Portuguese inter
preter, effected tho formation of a
company. Wednesday nights were
set aside for this company's drill
ing. They will be instructed by
olllcers of the battalion, until pro
ficient Portuguese olllcers are ob
tained. EMPTY COTTAGES.
The difllculty of procuring cot
tages to live in experienced here a
year or two ago, now no longer
exists. Naturally, as tho supply
has become more abundant, the
rcnt3 have proportionately dimi
nished. Tho lists in this paper of
Messrs. J. E. Brown & Co. and
Major Gulick, offer a large variety
of sizes, locations, and prices to
choose from. Then there arc several
others advertised in this paper in
dependently, to which there arc
some new additions. At Waikik
is ono furnished cottage, on a lot
with fine shade trees, supplying re
freshing shade in this warm weather,
and convenient for sea bathing. In
the same neighborhood arc three
other cottages, partly furnished,
which Mr. A. Herbert offers to let.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
To all old residents, the location
and history of the "Old Corner" is
well known. For the information of
more recent comers, it may be said
that tho place and building called
by that name is at the corner of
Nuuanu and Queen streets, on the
city front, near Brewer's wharf, for
many years Honolulu's leading
coffee saloon under the management
of Mr. II. J. Noltc. It is a first
class business site, which, by reason
of its close proximity to the wharf,
will always be valuable. This pro
perty is now in tho maikct at a
reasonable price! A lodging house,
on Alakea street, near tho city
centre, doing a good and profitable
business, is also In the market.
These properties are in tho hands
of Major Gulick, from whom full
particulars may bo procured by
applying nt his business agency,
No. 38, Merchant street.
OFFICER HOPKINS IN TROUBLE.
On Saturday last Olllccr Hopkins,
accompanied Mrs. James Dodd on a
visit to Mrs. Lemon's residence at
Walkikl. Mrs. Dodd's mission was
for the purpose of recovering some
of her property, and tho police offi
cer attended for tho purpose of af
fording her protection in caso any
opposition was shown towards her
whilst taking what she claimed to bo
her property. A top buggy and
iiorso were found there, which Olllccr
Hopkins was requested to drivo into
town, Mrs. Dodd returning alone in
another caniagc. Whilst coming in
towards town, a wheel came off tho
conveyance in which Hopkins sat,
and the Iiorso started kicking, reach
ing Hopkins' mouth and dislodging
several of his front teeth. Ills lower
lip was .also badly damaged. Dr.
Trousseau was telephoned for, and
on his arrival, he sewed up the gash
In Hopkins' face. Ho is now off
duty and on the sick list.
RETURN OP THE MORNING STAR.
In spite of predictions, tho mis
sionary packet Morning Star ar
rived this morning from Lucuor,
after a wearisome passugo of fiO
days. Captain Turner, master of
tho Star, being extremely busy to
day, and wishing to make his report
to Mr. W. W. Hall, Treasurer of
the Hawaiian Board of Missions,
first, a full account of the voyage
could not bo obtained, but scvcial
notc3 of interest are here given,
The Morning Star has been away
from Honolulu 8 month? and 10
days. She was 17 days In making
Taplteuea,tho most southern point of
tho Gilbert Islands. On tho down
trip, at Tapitcuoa, Rev. Kaaia and
family were landed. The nextpoit
wab Kusaie, whet 6' D.r. Pea9p and
family wo.r le'f I, AU'ev ' reuiiUniug
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
BRAND OPENING, SATURDAY, APRIL THE 2nd 1 1 1
T am prepared to show one of tho Largest und Best Selected Stocks of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
ever imported into this Jtmgdoin. fc Special attention is called to our stock of
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
Which I had manufactured especially for this market, and well worth inspection. 1IOUSE FUKNISHIJtfCf
GOODS a large assortment. A large and well selected stock of BOYS' CLOTHING, in the
Latest Styles. I will sell tho line at
MlA.TVTJIT'.OTTJftEJl'S COST TO iDEU'Y COMPETITION!
Straw Hats for Girls and Boys. Traveling Trunks and Valises n large assortment.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street, - - Opposite Irwin & Cos
at Kusaie for 1 1 days, the vessel
proceeded to distribute tho othci
The missionaries that went down
thero previously were found in good
health, Kcv. Mr. Logan being about
the same as when he left here.
The progress of the vessel was
somewhat retarded by an almost
continual bursting of the boiler
tubes. Fortunately, however, the
Star had fair weather nearly all tho
time. Miss Hemingway, ono of the
lady missionaries who went by the
Morning Star, on this trip, to take a
station in the group, has returned
by tho same vessel, on account of
ill health. Mrs. Hainau, a Hawaiian
lady, and wifo of a Hawaiian mis
sionary to tho S. S. Islands, with
her two children, also came by the
Morning Star. Mr. Hainan with his
son and others, it is said, went out
from Tarawa, his station, in a canoe
for Mariki, and has never been
heard from since. Mrs. Lenard,
daughter of Mrs. Hainau, has come
to Honolulu by the Star for her
The vessel was docked this after
noon to discharge, preparatory to
being overhauled and repaired, he
brought a good list of spears, fish
nets, curios, mats, shells, cocoanuts
armors, coral, wood, baskets and
One of the most ancient witie
cellars in the world is the Stadt
weinkellcr in Bremen. It is owned
and managed by the City Govern
ment of firemen and is celebrated
for its absolute pure wines. There
are in stock some Rhine wines
several centuries old, for instance,
a Rudcsheimcr of 1G53, which is
according to the managers calcula
tion, rather an expensive beverage,
In the year 1C53, a cask of
this wine cost thlr 300.
In the year 1G58, with in
terest, leakage, etc., thlr -183.
And thereafter, adding 7 com
pound aunually (o per cent for in
teicst and 2h percent for leakage
and shrinkage.) in tho year:
1708 gold thlr 19,191
1758 ' 7C2.497
1808 " 30,295,531
1858 " 1,203,702,038
1881 ' 0,550,546,491
1884 ' 8,137,723,433
or mark 27,028,807,120
At that rate a bottle
of this wine costs in
1884 mark 18.770,047
Or a glass of it.... " 2,34C,25G
Or a drop of it. .. . " 2,316
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM,
JUslICK MCUM.Y, I'UUSIDl.NO.
Monday, April 4, 1887.
The April term of the Supreme
Court opened thi3 morning at 10
o'clock, Mr. Justice MeCully pre
siding. Tho Marshal was repre
sented by Captain Fchlbcr, who olll
cially announced the opening cere
mony. The Attorney-General re
presented the Crown, and of tho
legal fraternity, there were present,
Messrs? S. II. Dole, Jon a. Austin,
C. Brown, F. M. Hatch, C. W. Ash
ford, V. V. Ashford, W. Austin
Whiting, Col. Thompson, W. O.
Smith, J. T, Dure, Paul Neumann,
W.,A. Kinney, L. A. Thurston, J.
M. Monsiurat, J. A. Mngoon,
Chas. Creighton, A. C. Smith, W.
II. Castle, J. M. Pocpoe, "W. L.
Holokahiki, Wm. C. Achi and S. K.
The first half hour was spent in
setting cases for special days, after
which, tho regular business of the
Court was proceeded with, tho first
case being a charge of adultery
against an aged native man and wo
man, not concluded at the hour of
our going to press.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Monday, April 4th.
Ah Yum, charged with larceny of
$25, was remanded until Thursday
next, the 7th instant.
A eiibo of gambling U whjch
Micro aro ten dctendau'ts, rtiiuaiidcd
until Thursday next,
It. Robinson was charged with
selling spirituous liquors without a
licence. Remanded until Thursday
Seventeen drunks, a case of ob
structing the sidewalk by a China
man, and a case of assault and bat
tery, completed tho day's work.
Late Foreign News.-
Los Angeles, March 15. During
tho past twenty-four hours there
has been ono death from small-pox
a child. Thero have been no now
cases in tho same period. The
scare of last week, which drove
soveral hundred tourists from the
city to neighboring places, has en
tirely disappeared and many aro
now returning. Vaccination has
been very general and all cases not
removed to tho hospital arc isolated
and closely guarded by special
health police. Under this vigorous
system the disease is disappearing.
Health Olllccr Hogan reports at 2
o'clock to-day ten cases in tho
Small-pox Hospital, all but two of
which aro convalescing, and thirteen
cases in the city outside hospital
twenty-three in all. Quarantine
was raised from one house in tho
Paris, March 15. A largo num
ber of intimate friends of Count do
Lesseps met him at tho railway
station on his return from Berlin last
night. In an interview he expressed
the greatest pleasure at tho kind re
ception accorded him by everybody
in Berlin. As a result of a conver
sation ho had with Emperor William
and Bismarck, ho said ho could
alllrm thero would bo no war. The
Emperor told him Sunday that Ger
many would never attack Krnnnn.
The Empress asked him to leavo his
plan of tho Panama Canal with her.
Princo Bismarck spoke highly of
Derbettc, the French Ambassador to
Berlin, who, the Princo says, is mak
ing himself bcliked by every one.
St. Petersburg, March 15. Tho
Imperial court yesterday attended
the funeral service before tho lato
Caar's tomb in the Cathedral of St.
Peter and St. Paul. Services wero
held in all the churches and at tho
shrine over the spot where the Czar
as interred. In the evening tho
city was illuminated in honor of tho
accession of Alexandcr'III. All tho
theatres, grog-shops and other places
of resort of tho people wero closed.
Zanzibar, March 15. News has
been received from Emln Bey to the
effect that in November last ho went
to Uganda, and that King Mwanga
refused to permit him to go through
the country. Then Emin Bey tried
to effect a passage out through
Karagwa, on the western shore of
- f( LBS. Fresh Home-Mode Chow.
1JJ ing 8tick(i, or so.callcil llr-lit-rs'
Pole, und fash, doliclous Vanilla
and Chocolate Crcnms which Ifunran
leo to bo fur suporlor and eold cheaper,
tlmn any Imported, nt F HORN'S Pion
eer Stcum Candy Factory und Ilskcry
und leu Cream Parlor. Wtf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour ii
olleted for nalo by QONSALVES &
CO , Queen Street. 01
CHAS. HUSTACE, JR., has fall
power . I atiomc), to truinuct all
)i, Bines k- mo from this dalo until
MRS. E. O. BOLLK8.
Honolulu, March 28, 1837. 95 lw
ON AND AFTER THE FIRST OF
April, MR. CHAS. T. GULICK
will attend to my busincsn in general
and collect all bills due to mo, rent, etc.
Ills receipt or tho ono of Mn. John
Good, Jit., will be a siiHiclent discharge.
G. TROUSSEAU, M. D?
Honolulu, Match SO, 1687. 00 lw
A LL DEBTS OWING TO AH HIN,
' ut I.iiupuboohoe, and Song Kee. at
eamo plucei nuil Fook Ctionj,-, ut Hilo,
ire to be paid to I,o Sam Sine, on Nuu
anu itrect, Honolulu, from this dntc.
Honolulu, Mureli "1st. 03 lw
For Snip or Louso.
rpiIOSK PRKMIBE3 SITU AT KD ON
X. 1'u.nahou Strcut called "Kananllo
liln," tho property of C. II. Judd, me for
sale or for lento for n term of years.
For pattlculnrs Inquire of
ALEX. J. GAimVKIGUT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1B8Q. 1109
The Undersigned, F. IIORK, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
.Respectfully informs the public that from this -day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners. Suppers, Banquets. Balls
And guarantees in nil cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kamehameha IV, Kamehameha V, and
Luual lo, and having the honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty Years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Paatry Cook and Ornamenter In Honolnln.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (95 3m) Honolulu, H. I.
IMPOIlTKn AND DKALEH IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
From the Temple of Fashion at Rroatly
uuiiiiMuus miruiis in priics which ao y
These goods are tirst class in every
In ouerilni; them t our customers wo would mot respectfully draw thejr t
ttntloti to the fuel that wo are giving ihem the bmclltol our cheap bargain and
invlto'tlio public in giuernl to give us a call and examine Uicbu goods before nur
clmning elsewhere. Our usual line of v
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
in too well known to need especial comment. s
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
ITor CSale at Reasonable Xrioe.
uiuni boai e
Egan & Co.'s
the entire Stock of
mluccd ratei, -no now offer them to our
icspcct and c
icspcct and consist of all grades and qusl.
Bid aid Poor ale.
a mn bctaii
mw nab mh . Kaa t