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FRIDAY. MAY 0, IH87.
fitinr Waioleale from Kau.il
Stmr Surprise fiom Hawaii
Stmr O It Bishop from Kanai
Schr .Io.epliliio from Ea
Slinr J A Cummins from Kooluti
iik J.udv Lnmpson for San Frnnclioo
Btmr Mokolll fur Molokul
Schr Mnnu fnrlloiiumu
Stmr O It Bishop for Kooltui at 6 p m
i'lom Kuunl. per stmrWnlalcale, May
0 T Llllot nnd t deck.
From Ilawnll per stmr Surprise. May
0W Goodale, K Smith, nnil 20 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Walalciile S.J103 bags of sugar.
Sehr Josephine 100 bags of llee.
Stmr Jllshop 1,338 bag of sugar, and
Stmr Siirpil-se 3,413 bags of sugar.
The Sm prise sails on Monday next.
Tim Lady Lampsou got away this
VESSELS IN PORT.
IJktno Morning Star, Turner
Ilk Colusa, Hackers
Bktnu KUa, Rust
Itktno Amelia, Xcwhall
Bk Lady Lamp-on, Muistou
21k Hope, Penlmllow
8 S Amtralla, Houdlett
Uk forest Queen, Winding
Itktno Kuieka, Meyers
Bgtue J D Sprcekels, Fills
Am bark Timour, Biewer. sailed
fiom Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
llrlt bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
Brit bk Scottish LasIe, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 due May
Am bktnu Huttle S Bangs, Tenlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-30
Am bktne John Worster, from Xana
lmo, B C, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, willed from Xcw
Toik March 20, duo September fi-30
Am bk C O Whltnioio, T Thompson,
from Depaituro Bay, duo May 20-30
10C"AL & GENERAL NEWS. "
"Who's going to Mrs. Strong's danc
ing school this ovening?
Thekk aro now over ono hundred
boarders at St. Louis College.
UniTisHKitR, remember tbo meet
ing this evening at the British Club.
Thiiee new incmbcia wcro elected
to Company A of the Honolulu Rifles
The Temple of Fashion lias a. new
advertisement, in which new good
and low prices prevail.
Messrs. E. F. Adams it Co. will
sell land nt Lphaina, at their sales
room, at noon to-morrow.
. . m i
Tm: bark Birmah is to sail from
fllassgow May 31st, for this port, con
signed to Messrs. F. A. Sehacfer &
Tin: meeting of tho Ministciing
Childton's League is postponed from
to-morrow until next Saturday aftcr
jioon. . m i
The Agiicultural Society's show
will bo held on tho 14th instant, just
ono week from to-morrow. No time to
Skvehal hundred bunches of bana
nas wero on the F. M. S. S. wharf
this morning, for San Francisco per
8. S. Zcalandia.
Mk. Lewis J. Levey will-hold an
'miction ealo of choice saddle horses
and becond-hand saddles at noon to
moi row, at his salesrooms.
Tiieue will bo tho usual services at
St. Andrew's Cathedial this evening
at 7 :30 o'clock, with an address by
Rev. llerbert H. Oowcn.
Further gamisheo proceedings in
tho caso of M. Kosenthal have been
suspended, proceedings in bankrupt
cy having been instituted.
The annual meeting of tho Ha
waiian Mission Childicn's Society
will bo held at tho jcsidence of Mr. J.
B. Atherton to-morrow, Saturday
Wr. aro requested to state that tho
ladies will incut with Mrs. Florence
Williams at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning at tho residonco of Mrs. A.
At tho Opoia Houso, to-moirow
ovening, a variety company, just
from Australia, will peiforin at 8
o'clock ; songs, dances, and burlesques
nro on tho programme.
There will bo a two-mile (denting
vaco, between Lui Antono, tho Ho
nolulu Champion, and a fast bkator
lately fiom San Fiancisco, at tho
Yosemito link, to-morrow ovening.
.,,, ...-l. I
Tin: salo of fancy goods at Mrs.
Lack's will begin at 10 o'clock to
morrow moiniug. Tho pietty paper
floweis, niado by Miss Low, just from
tho Coast, will bo a pi ominent feat
A dinner patty was given last
livening to Mr. 11. W. Churchill, at
tho residonco of Rev. and Mrs. Mac
kintosh. Mr. Chuichill intends
shortly icturning to his homo in
Notwithstanding tho disagiecablo
condition of tho wcathor for being
. out of doois last ovening, tho Royal
Hawaiian Band was at its post at
Emma Square, and played tho pro
gramme which had been published in
Tnn noiirtiM (1. Tl. Hlnhon. wlllflh
arrived this morning from Kauai,
sailed again at five o'clock this after
noon for Koolau.
Captain Cook, of tho Josephine,
which arrived from Ewa this morn
ing, reports tho sea breaking on tho
bar, u.ud severe winds in the lagoon.
Mn. C. J. Fishel, of tho Leading
Millinery Houso, has tomething
special to say in litis issue, and pin
ticular attention is invited to his an
nouncement. lr tho Zcalaudia should arrive
this afternoon or evening, the Quin
tette Club will give a concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel, when the entire
public will be welcome.
Last evening, Mrs. Williams do
livcied at tho Harmony Hall, tho
fust of a series of live lectures, Tho
subject chosen was "Goethe," and
was handled by tho talented
speaker in a manner that kept tho
audience in wrapt attention.
Dr. Morgan, Nos. 81) and 71, King
street, received a largo stock of
matciial for carriage repairing and
building, by tho Australia, the other
day. Whoever wants a now cairiagc,
to look well and wear well, Dr. Mor
gan's is the placo to go to, and now
is tho time.
Tun following notes came by tho
steamer Waialeale, from Kauai, this
morning: Rough sea, strong winds,
and heavy rains for several days
past. Tim schooner Caterina was
seen at anchor at Anahola, Kauai.
Tho sea was hi caking over her, and
at times she was entirely hidden
Ik tho Maripom should remain in
port during tho evening of the 13th
instant, on her way to Australia, Miss
Shenvin will give a concert in the
Opera Houso that evening. If tho
steamer does not stay, tho concert is
intended to bo held in tho daytime.
The box plan will bo opened at J. E.
Brown it Co.'s, next Monday morn
ing, at 9 o'clock.
A private lcsidcnco on Lunalilo
street was vacated on Wednesday
evening by tho tenant, and last even
ing tho owner of tho houso was in
formed by a neighbor that some of
tho neighbors had turned tovc
ral horses into tho fiont garden.
They appaiently imagined that they
had a light to another man's past
ure, as long as the other man was
out of the way.
BLAINE STILL UNWELL.
Chicago, April 22. It is rumored
that Blaine is not by any means a
well man. His physician has again
forbado him receiving callers. Near
ly all his time is spent in seclusion
at tho privato apartment in the
MISS AMY SHERWIN.
Of Miss Amy Shenvin, expected
here by the next steamer from San
Francisco, the New York "Tribune"
"God has given her precious
gifts a delicious soprano voice,
pure and full, a voice with a heart
in it; a highly musical organization,
and we should judgo intelligence
and strong feeling. If fortune
piovc as kind to her as heaven has
been, she should be a great artist."
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Thomas Square this evening,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. The
following is the programme:
Ovcrturp Fra Dlavolo Aubcr
Finale Stradella Flotow
Waltz River of Years LIddell
Reminiscences of Mojei beer... .Godfrey
Ala Illkl Mai.
Selection Marl tana Wallncc
Walt Vienna Bonbons Strauss
Dance -The Aborlglns Thlero
Galop Heimlt Bells Maillard
A SILVER WEDDING CIFT.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Nolto received
by the Australia, from their friends
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Medau, of San
Francisco, a very pretty and valua
ble silver wedding gift, consisting of
a set of pure silver spoons, knives,
and forks, ,on which are engraved
the initials of the recipients, in a
blue velvet case. The gift was a
great surprise, and is highly valued
for its real worth and especially the
kindly feeling prompting its bes
towal. DLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Following is the programme for
the fiee entertainment of the Blue
Ribbon League, at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall to-morrow ovening:
Song Miss Ilattic Nccdham
Recitation Ruhie Dexter
Song Willie Bcrgcr
Recitation . ... Miss Ilessie Dickson
Song W. O. Atwatcr
A Sketch. . . .by Miss Lottie Parma-
lcc, Miss Helen Sorreuson, and
Address Mr. I'. C. Jones
Kditor Bulletin : I am glad to
see that the British Commissioner
resident has called a meeting of
British subjects for to-night, to con
sider tho celebration of Queen
Victoria's Jubileo. Now let all
BiitlsheiH show up to-night, and
agrco upon somo method of celebra
tion that may bo agrecablo to all.
No doubt, thoio is a variety of opin
ion as to what would be tho best
thing to do, and every ono pcihaps
thinks his idea tho best. I have an
opinion of my own, which in my
onlnlon is sound: and that is, that
I tho notion of endowing a hospital
ward, etc, to beyond our meant,
Let us simply have a festival of sorno
kind to which nil can go, giving a
frco invitation to all nationalities,
something like the Americans keep
tho '1th of July, only barring tho
speechifying, which is always intoler
able on festive occasions. This Is
my idea. Although I think it is tho
best thing to do, 1 shall think It my
duty to abide by what tho majority
Editor Bullltin : After reading
your editorial remarks in yesterday's
issue on the subject of cclebtating
the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, I am
induced to offer a suggestion or two
that might meet witli approval.
I would suggest that wo havo
some out-of-door treat for the
children and young folks generally,
to be followed by a banquet a day
or two afterwards. Let us show
our Teuton and New England
friends that wo can drink, nnd
shout and be merry. To speak of
enjoyments of a more quiet nnd
sedate character, how nice it would
bo to have a Shakespearean revival.
There are, as wo all know, from
recent performances, sulllcient Bri
tish representatives of tho histrionic
art in Honolulu to make a pleasur
able impression upon an audience.
But all this means time and ex
penditure of money. There is no
reason wiry there should bo any
lack of the latter commodity pro
vided every Britisher on the land
contributes his quota. We have
English, Scotch, Iiish, Australian
and Canadian blood on all sides of
us. There arc even some in the
islands who havo never seen their
father's native soil, yet who ex
press an inmate feeling of patiiotism
when they hear tho strains of "God
Save the "Queen," as though they
had been horn in tho old country.
Let us even look nt the Hawaiian
Government service, and at tho
head of several departments, we
find Britishers, to wit: an intelli
gence olllccr, nn admiral, a collector-general
of customs, etc., but
fortunately no Britibhcr is connected
with the ministerial pait of the Gov
ernment. I have every reason to believe
that my suggestions will be sup
ported by your contemporaries,
every newspaper in tho town being
controlled and managed by a Bri
tisher. Yours, etc.,
before iiickerton, J.
Thursday, May 5th.
The King vs. Ahuna ct al., violat
ing the Sunday law. Appeal from
District Court, Koolauloa. Continu
ed March 31st and further continu
ed to next term day. W. R. Castle
The King vs. John Phillips, land
ing immigrants contrary to Sections
1, 2 and 3 of the ordinance of the
Board of Immigration, dated Janu
ary 11. 1881. Appeal ordered allow
ed to be withdrawn. Tho Attorney
General for the Crown, W. O. Smith
C. Boltc, assignee, vs. Waiwaiolc,
assumpsit claim, $145, and interest.
Continued till the 6th. No appear
ance of or for plaintiff ; W. O. Smith
for tho defendant.
Joe do Silva vs. C. Aug Stubl
mann, and Aug. Kalbc, assumpsit
claim, $20. Argued and decision
reserved. W. R. Castle for plain
tiff, J. A. Magoon for defendant.
Ahana (Ah) vs. Liki Meek,
assumpsit claim $87 G5. Appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu. With
drawal of appeal filed by defendant
The King vs. M. Rosenthal, sell
ing goods at wholesale without a
license. Appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. Continued from March
31st, and further continued to May
18th. Attorney General for the
Crown, W. A. Whiting for the de
fendant. BEFORE BICKEinON, J.
. Friday, May Gth.
C. Bolto vs. Waiwaiolc. Assump
sit. Claim for $1-1.0 and intcicst.
Mr. Boltc stated to the Court that
he has no Interest whatever in tho
matter, as he, as assignee, sold all
collected claims in his hands and
closed up the matter.
No ono appearing to represent the
claim, the Court orders that tho
appeal is allowed being judgment in
favor of defendant.
SUPREME COUnT-IN EQUITY.
llUrORK PRESTOH, J.
Friday, May t!th.
Makalcl, Mahlai, Akioua and
others vs. D. Ilimeni. L. A. Thurs
ton for plaintiffs. No appearance
Bill for a writ of Subpoena to the
defendant and an account under tho
direction of tho Court, etc.
Case camo on for hearing, Mr.
1'oopoe declining to appear for de
fendant. Ordered that defendant is declared
in default, and Monday week set for
taking accounts and defendant bo
then present and produco all books
and accounts, papers and vouchers
in the matter relating to the Ahu
puaa of Pelckuna, Molokai, and
his dealings and transactions in con
nection therewith and with tho
Plaintiffs herein under pain of being
adjudged guilty of contempt.
Tho Marshal is directed to servo
this order upon defendant.
Order to tho Marshal issued forthwith.
A SHOT IN THE AIR,
Last night; OlTIccr Hopkins made
a raid on a native gambling den,
and in his chase after one of the
fleeting gntnbleis fired a shot at
what, it is not known, but it can bo
safely said that the bullet hit something.
Friday, May Gth.
One drunk forfeited ball of $G.
A hackuiau wns fined 82 and 61
costs, for violating Rule G, of tho
Two tases of gaming and an as
sault and battery case remanded.
John Bapttstu was convicted of
larceny in tho third degree, and
sentenced to pay a fine of 85, and
to be imprisoned for six months.
Following aro tho names of pas
sengers booked to leave by the Zea
landia due here to-day, and by the
S. S. Australia, next Mon
day or Tuesday. Some of
tho passengers booked for the Zca
laudia may wait for tho Australia.
Per Zcalandla A. llerbert, Judgo
McCully, wife and child, C. II.
Dickey, G. P. Rodwcll, C. S. Kyn
ncrsley and wife, II. P. Baldwin,
Lieutenant Mitkoff, F. L. Cohen,
Mis. Capt. Allen, C. G. de Belham,
Mrs. Macfle, two children and maid.
Per S. S. Australia John Purvis,
Miss Dickson, J. F. Hackfeld.
J. T. Dare, E. Farr, Mrs. W. R.
Castle, F. J. Lowcry, Mr. and Mrs.
Robt. Ilalstcad, Miss Napoleon, Mrs.
S. Cook, Mrs. E. O. Hall, Mrs. E.
Becklcy, Mrs. D. Carter and child,
E. P. Borden, E. S. Borden, Mr.
Cofran, J. M. Sasi, T. S. Kay and
wife, Geo. E. Whittakcr, David
Goodale, Sol. Ephriam, Mrs. Long,
Capt. Mntson, Miss F. L. Stolz, G.
F. Holmes, W. F. Johnson and 2
children, Mrs. II. Craig, G. P.
Wilder, S. G. Wilder, Miss A. Bond,
W. T. Iliggins, Robt. Stirilng, Mrs.
Scott, Mrs. P. Savidgo and sou.
CANADA AND THE FISHERIES.
Toronto, April 22. Tho Mttil, in
an editorial on Lord Salisbury's
action, says: "In our opinion Lord
Salisbury has acted wisely. Had
our cruisers resumed operations
against American fishermen, we
should have felt the full force of tho
retaliation bill, nnd England might
havo been dragged into a very ugly
quarrel. Mr. Cleveland and his ad
visers are anxious to effect a settle
ment that shall bo mutually advan
tageous, and if wo arc wise wo will
leave our gunboats in the drydock
to which Lord Salisbury has just
consigned them, and negotiate with
the Americans ns with friends and
neighbors who wish us well."
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading matter on local topics, nnd
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better prper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 82.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant btreet,
and Bulletin Office.
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
X stock of Jl.iy and Gialn, we have
just received per stmr Australia, Feed
Corn Meal, Ground Out, and Alfalfa
Hay. Union Feed Co. 28 lw
HAVING recently engaged a first.
I'jdsi Uililur nml Moulding Maker,
we are now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair and roglld any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made oor as good as now, and
at prices within tho reach of all. The
public aio United to call and Inspect
loino of this work. Remember, any
thing llmt needs renewing In Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze, Copper or Mulal wo can
do. KING BUGS., Art Store. 17
-I rf LBS. Fre?h Himie-Moilo Chew
IVJw nig Sllckc, or so-cullcd Bir
btrs' l'o'p, and f tth, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Crc.ims which I guaran
tee to bu fir tuperior and hold cheaper
than any Imported, at F HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory audliikery
and Ico Cream Parlor. b5tf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
nlleied for sale by GOKSALVE3 &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all fonus of Heart I)is
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. BoiiBon Smith fc
Co., Audits. 351
Opou every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS 12. WALL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
The Annual Show
Will be hold this year In tho Society's
largo Hall at tho Government Nutsery,
on King street, and adjacent grounds,
On Saturday, Mar 141b,
Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm.
Exhibits aro Invited In the various
divisions named In the schedule given
Division I Horticulture.
Prizes will be given as follows:
1. For the best variety of Fruits.
2. For the best special Fruits.
.'I. For the best growing Ferns.
4. For the best (cut) ltoscs.
T. For tho best (cut; Bhrubs and
C. For the best grow Ing Palms.
7. For the best Orchids.
8. For tho best Bouquet.
!. For the hct Floral DeIgiw.
10. For tho best Vegetables.
Division II-Dairy Produce.
1. For the best Firkin of Butter, 10 lbs.
2. For tho second best ditto ditto
3. For the best pound of Butter, the
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own Butter.
I. For tho second best ditto ditto
5. For tho best Cheese.
Division III Agriculture.
1. For the best Rlee.
2. For tho best Ceioal (other than
3. For the best Fodder Plants.
J. For the best Sugar Caue.
5. For tho best Sugar.
(J. For the best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Domestic Manufactures.
1. For tho best variety of Mats.
2. For the bc9t exhibits of Men's
3. For tho best exhibits of Women's
I. For tho best Kapa.
ii. For the best exhibits of Calabashes
made from Hawaiian woods.
(!. For the best bowls of Wood or
7. For tho best exhibits of uatlve-
mado Ornaments of any des
cription. 8. For tho best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers aud Wicaths.
0. For the best home-made Saddle.
10. For tho best hnmo-mado Harness.
Division V Poultry and Birds.
Filzes wlllbc given for exhibits of a
high class character In all classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cage Birds.
tarSpecial Notico. Prizes will also
be given fur mciitorloiis exhibits In any
of tho above Divisions, although not
falling with tho published classltlcatlon,
also for tho best exhibits of Jams,
Jellies, Pickles, and other Preserves,
made in the Kingdom.
Tho necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will be provided by tho Society.
Notice in writings of intention to ex
hibit is lcmtcsted. Blanks for the
purpose can be had at the oltlce of A.
Jaeger, Esqr., Kaahumauu street or fiom
Kxhiblts must be In placo before the
opening of tho Show or they will not bo
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission 50 cents, children half
pi Ice. Meiubcis of the Society will be
admitted free on picsciitlng their re
ceipts for subscription for the current
Any person can become a member of
the Society by pa) ing the annual sub
set Iptlon of $5.00.
Subscriptions aio payable to A. Jaeger
Ksqr., Acting Tieasuier.
By order of tho Board of Manage
ment. J. S. AVE11B,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can he had from
J. II. SorER, : :
A. M. Hkwktt, :
J. W. HiKOLKr, :
: Meiclmnt Strcit,
: : : Hotel Street
: Hawaiian Hotel
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will In futuro attend to tho wants of
my patrons in tho Illlllard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE undersigned havo Sixty Tlious.
and Dollars lo lonn, in sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
8tlsfnrtory f ecurlty.
SMITH, THUKS'TON & KINNEY,
160 itf GO Fort Street, Honolulu.
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Just received per stmr AmtrJlia, n fine assortment nf
Special ntlrntlon Is culled to our
Boy's bailor Ac Jersey amitfe.
40 dozen Boy's Linen Kueo PnnU, nt a very low llgure, lu tlzcs up lo 19 ycata.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A tine line of Lndles' JcrscyF, Licei nnd Embroideries a great variety
just received prices very low.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tho largent Stock of nny Iionnc I
Received direct from Eastern Manufacturers.
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality and ptlces to suit tho times,
taritland orders rccclro careful and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposite YT. O.
Having bought the
Clothing and Ms' Fnrnislg Hoods
From tho 'Jemplo of Fashion at prcitly reduced ratei, we now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
These goods aro first class In every icspcct and consist of all grades and quil.
doing, Suitable lor the Bleb and Poor alM
In offcrilnc; them to our customers we would mod respectfully draw their at
tention to the fast that we are giving them the lisncllt of our cliea'p bargain and
invito the public in pcncnil to givo us a call und exainlue those goods betore pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. 59
IMPORTER AND DKAI.EIl IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Tbo Undersigned, F. HORN, Troprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully Informs the public that from this day on he is fully preparoil
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kamehamchn IV, Kamchaineha V, nnd
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the piescut royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
Practical Confectioner, 1'nHtry Cook and Orimnientrr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (" Sm) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUXDBORGS,
EASTMAN ' S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
XTov Sfile nt Reamonable Thrice.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Irwin & Co's.)
entire Stock of