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TUESDAY, MAY 10. 1887.
Stuir W O Ilnll from Hawaii & Maul
SchrWaloll fiom Kiiuti
Stmr Klnaii for Windward Port!!, at 4
Stmr Llkellke for Knhulul and liana, at
D p in
Stms Mlkaliala for Kauai andNllhati, at
0 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk Colusa for San Francisco
Sehr Wainialu for PapalLou ,
From San Francisco, prr S X Castle,
jjny mm John Agnew, Mr II Geo
nuni and baby, NIsh K Monroe, OA
Peteifion, II M llnxe and K JI Hubbard.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Waloll 00!) bags of sugar.
Tlio steamer Kllauca Hon lms been
awav for two weeks and tliC Luliua one
The whaler Ohio got away for the
Arctic tliis afternoon. Her captain and
bout's mow were taken out by the sloop
The Ktiruka will sail foi San Fran
cisco on Thursday morning.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Sonoma, GriiUths
Ilk Colusa, HnckciM
Ilk Forest Queen, Winding
ltk Hercules, ltles
Ilk Hope, Pcnhallow
Bktnc Morning Star, Turner
TJkttio Ella, Hunt
Itktno S N Castle, Hubbard
Bktno Amelia, Xcwhall
Bktne Eureka, Meyers
Itgtno J D SpreckcU, Fills
Am bark Tiniour, Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
"v , Bilt balk Ceiates, from Llveipool,
Who Mav 1-20
' Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jun 10 due May
Am bktno Hattle S Bangs, Tenill,
from Hongkong, due April 10-:t0
Am bktne John Woistrr, from Xana
lmo, B U, due May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from New
York Marcli 20, due September u-30
Am bk C O Whltmore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo May 20-30
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The Variety iroupo will play a
variety programme at the Opera
AcconuiNa to tlio Mortuary report
for tlio month of April, the total
number of deaths was 57.
Some important special additions
litwe this day been mado to J. E.
Brown fe Co.'s advertisement.
That magnificent carving of tho
Italian mondicant will he on exhibi
tion at Soper's only two days longer.
It is reported that Captains Jenks
and Whitney aro candidates for the
position of Honolulu pilot,
The iion pillars to support the
front of the Mclnerny block, on Mer
chant Btreet, have been placed in
Mn. Leong Chun having mado an
assignment to Mr. H. Lose, n special
notice appears in to-day's new adver
The contractors aro apparently
making an excellent job in the re
pairing of tho stern of the missionary
vessel Morning Star.
Tub finder of a lady's gold watch
lost on tho road between Aica and
Kalihi, will bo rewarded on returning
same to Mr. F. M. Swanzy.
Evebviiody is pleased U) seo friend
Seaborn at his business post oico
moro, after being absent for a few
days through indisposition.
The Honolulu Amateur Minstrel
Company will hold their first re
hearsal this evening, for their coming
entertainment on tlio 28th instant.
"Officers and teachers of tho Bethel
Union Sunday School will meet at
tlio residence of Mr. II. A. Parmalee,
Fort street, at 7 :30 o'clock this even
ing. The two crews for tho Honolulu
Yacht & Boat Club's raco on tho
24th instant, in celebration of Queen
Victoria's birthday anniversary, liavo
been chosen, and will begin practico
On May tho 7th, tlio Zealandia
took from tho Honolulu Post Ofllco
n mail consisting of o,118 lettors and
' 1,70-1 newspapers. Tho Australia's
mail, on tlio 9th, contained 11,050
letters and 579 newspapers.
Fiji spears, West India shells, and
other curios aro among tho new goods
icceived by Hart it Steinor. In the
course of a day or two tho abovo
firm will announce in this paper
what thoy aro piopared to offer.
A 8i'u:Ni)in painting, in water
colors, by Mr. Bamsfiold, of Koalako
kua Bay, is on view at King Bros.
At tho same Btoro may bo seen two
jirotty pictures of tho "Interrupted
Courtship" and tho "Health of thu
Majoii Guliek has this day added
to his "cottages to lot" threo more
Two of these aro on tho sido of
' Punchbowl, and have good accom
modation for small families. Tlio
other is' distinguished by a largo
yard and stabling for a number of
M Ttic'bflrkentlne B. Si.Oastlo, which
arrived yesterday, 11$ ilitys irom Bun
Francisco, brought two carriago horses
for Mr. Tlios. Lucas.
Mn. B. F. Burgess publishes in tins
papor a notice of importance to per
sons desirous of learning phono
graphy. Tiiiirk wiilors and tlio inuto of the
'Muknh, hail a set-to on board tlio
vcfM'l this nioriung. The mate is
Captain Hall has lesigned the
command of tlio steamer Mikalial.i.
Capt. Gliancy takes tlio Wuiiilealo
this trip, nnd Capt. Weir tlio Mika
lwhi. Tlio pcrniiincnt appointnients
will be mado next week.
IMPORTANT MAIL ITEM.
Tlio brigantinc John 1). Spreekcls
leaving on Thursday next, will take
a mail for San Francisco. Corres
pondence sent by her will probably
reach San Francisco before the de
parture of the S. h. Zcalanilia, leav
ing on the 3rd proximo.
At a meeting of the Pacific IIoso
Company held last evening, the fol
lowing ticket was unanimously
adopted for the election of Engineers
to be held in June: Chief Engineer,
M. D. Monsarrat; First Assistant,
Julius Asch , Second Assistant Peter
Souza. A committee pf ten was
appointed to look after the Interests
of the company at the election. The
other business transacted was of the
usual routine character.
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE.
Tho following Is the Committee of
Arrangement for the celebration of
Queen Victoria's jubilee anniversary
in this city : Major J. II. Wode
house, Chairman ; lions. A. S. Cleg
horn, II. A. Widemann anil Fred II.
Hayselden, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh,
Captain II. W. Mist, II. N. ; Messis.
J. T. Watcrhousc, Jr., Itobt. Creigh
ton, V. M. Swanzy, J. II. Wode
house, Jr., A. T. Atkinson, J. A.
Kennedy nnd E. 1). Thomas.
JUST ONE MORE.
A rather novel runaway occurred
on Merchant street this morning. It
consisted of a fractious Government
mule, breaking away from his
driver, a prisoner. After taking
charge of the whole street from the
police station to the Gazette build
ing, a policeman cleverly seized tho
mule's head and stopped his further
progress. The prisoner came up
and took the team from whence he
came. A question arose amongst
two or three of tho onlookers,
whether, if a Government mule runs
away with a prisoner and neither
driver nor mule show any inclination
to he stopped by a policeman, the
mule or the prisoner is guilty of
escaping from the prisoner gang,
and obstructing the police in the
exercise of their duties? Our re
porter left at this point.
The following is from the Jewish
Progress, of April 22nd, a paper
published weekly in San Francisco :
A curio by the name of Rosen
berg, who is too well known in our
neighborhood to need much intro
duction, is cavorting around Hono
lulu and has succeeded in ingratiat
ing himself in the King's favor.
At last accounts he was teaching
hi3 Majesty Hebrew, and predicting
all manner of disturbance in the
line of earthquakes, iires, etc., thus
endeavoring by a species of char
latanism to work on the supersti
tions of an easily deluded neighbor
hood. The Islands, more especially
Honolulu, have a Hebrew popula
tion of which they have ample rea
son to be proud, and when such a
scalawag as Rosenberg comes float
ing around, putting himself forward
as a prominent representative of
Judaism, a good-sized boot should
he effectively applied to tho more
delicate portion of his anatomy, and
instead of the Custom House, a
berth should be given him in some
distant land where at least ho might
bo far removed from respectable
members of a refined Jewish com
munity. CORRESPONDENCE FROM SAMOA.
Editou Bcixetin: For tho bene
fit of the people of Hawaii, who aro
apparently ignorant of the Samoan
affairs, I shall give some informa
tion concerning the place.
The island of Upolu, although not
tho largest, is the most important of
the group. Apia is the only white
settlement, and tho most important
town in the place. Here all the
shipping is done, and tho large firms
all have their head quarters.
Tho government of this little
municipality is carried on by tho
threo Consuls, American, English,
and German respectively with one
associato each, constituting a
All public officials, including
magistrate, pilot, treasurer, asses
sors, etc., me appointed by this
The merchants, landowners, me
chanics, clerks, in fact everyone
hero is taxed to support this Farcical
Tho taxpayers and citizens have
positively no voice whatever rn the
public affairs j they havo meicly to
pay their money, and look peace
fully on. Whilst tho Hoard squan
der the publio funds, building tum
ble) down bridges, cto.
Tho English nnd German Consuls
havo extraordinary power over their
Tbero It ft'Brllltii High Comrain
liner's. (Joint hrre, and every one,
especially persons who havo becn'to
Fiji, know hatthat means. Tho
power of tho American Consul al
though great, is not so extended as
tho other two.
Tho German Consul, when tho
conduct of any of his people Is such
as to reflect unfavorably on the Ger
mans as a nation, is very lenient.
When It only affects individuals, he
is very severe.
Tho British Consul in conceded to
he a very fair man. He is, however,
only Acting-Consul, and is to a cer
tain extent, under the same instruc
tions as his predecessor, Mr. Powell.
Ho has not been here long enough
to criticize him fairly.
Tlio American Consul is an old
resident, in fact he has been here
upwards of thirty years, and al
though a man of considerable means,
has not seemed to care enough for
Ins own country to return to it
once during that entire period. He
is one of Samoa's Fossils. A recent
charge of selling firearms to the
natives has been made against him.
TJio Americans seem to be par
ticularly unfortunate in the selection
of their consuls, and one cause for
this is, the small salary attached to
the olllcc. It Is very difllcult to get
a good man to comu here for $1,500
The Germans properly celebrated
Emperor Williams'o birthday. They
had a grand dinner consisting prin
cipally of beer.
Tho festivities were carried on in
the Apia Howling Alley, a sort of
barn, and It is reported that four
teen cases of beer (4 dozen each)
and a largo quantity of gin were con
sumed by about sixty guests.
The Hawaiian Embassy arrived
here last January. Upon their ar
rival they took quarters at the Inter
national Hotel, the only excuse for
a hotel here. Hoard at this house is
like the proprietor, very "Tough."
They were so rudely used bj'
some of the clerks, who came to the
Hotel for the express purpose of in
sulting them, that they were compel
led to move.
The Embassy then rented a house
from n native, but after five or six
weeks of privation, wherein all the
party were taken ill, Mr. Hush con
cluded to erect a suitable house,
which ho did.
The Embassy has had a great
many difficulties to contend with.
The discomforts of living arc small,
compared to the stumbling blocks,
placed in their way by some of the
"Old Timers," who try to "run"
every one who comes here on official
business. The people above men
tioned, arrived hero some twenty or
thirty years ago, and have associat
ed themselves so closely with the
natives, that they have degenerated.
Their ideas, both socially and politi
cally speaking aro moro than half
Mr. Hush has proved himself to
be a man, who although he will
listen to a reasonable argument,
will not permit himself to be led by
Everyone who calls on him is
treated in a gentlemanly manner,
and it is a rare treat to this commu
nity, to meet with a man of such a
genial public spirited disposition.
The repoit in ono of the Hono
lulu papers that the Embassy were
not received by Malietoa, is untrue.
Mr. Bush is on very friendly
terms with King Malietoa, and will
no doubt succeed in accomplishing
what he came here for.
The people here are fully alive to
the fact, that tho annexation of Sa
moa by Hawaii would he a great ad
vantage to the place.
Our municipal, or rather, con
sular form of government, is very
unsatisfactory, it causes an inter
national bitterness which can only
be overcome by some established form
of government, and the peoplo heie
certainly prefer Hawaii, Viilh her
libeial laws to. either of tho great
powers. Samoa can no doubt be
mado to suppoit a good but not ex
The gioup though small, is very
feitilc. Tho piinclpal pioduclions
are copra, cotton, and coffee.
Sugar will grow here. There are
somo fine swamps for rice. Any
thing that grow in a tropical climate
will grow hers. In the event of an
nexation there will be a fine open
ing for capital. At present, tho
title to lands is very uuceitain.
The progress of Samoa has been
greatly retarded, on account of the
extreme ignorance of tho people.
There is no such thing as education.
The natives have only a very
vague Idea rf tho outside world.
There are no native schools except
those provided by tho missionaries,
and when a nativo can read a bible,
his education is completed.
The missionaries are just like tlio
dealers in merchandise; they came
hero to make money, and is they
never spend a cent, must be accumu
lating. Tho Catholic mission docs far tho
Thcro should bo good schools
here, and education made compul
sory until such a time as this takes
place, Samoa will remain behind.
The natives are a line made peo
plo, and although generally speak
ing not of a bad disposition, are full
of foolish conceit.
Tamasesc, tho rebel leader, has
placed himself at tho disposal of tho
Germans. About the first of tho
year, n German officer was sont to
Lotofaga, (Tamaseso'a headquar
ters), and has since been engaged
in drilling the rebels. Tuirni.
CONSUL AND VICE-CONSUL
During (he tcmpqiaiy absence
from this kingdom of J. F. Hack
fcld, Esq., Consul for Belgium and
Vice-Consul for Russia, Mr. E.
Mutter will discharge the functions
of Consul for Belgium and Mr. II.
W. Schmidt those of Vice-Consul
Tho New York Worlrf prints the
tho text of an extradition treaty
said to have been signed by Russia
and the United States, which pro
vides for the surrender of prisoners
in cases of murder, manslaughter,
arson, huiglary, forgery, uttering
counterfeit loin, embezzlement,
piracy, mutiny, and malicious de
struction of property involving loss
of life. Political offenders arc not
to be surrendered, but murder and
manslaughter, comprising tho wilful
or negligent killing of the Sovc
icign or chief magistrate of the
State, or any member of the family
of either, as well as an attempt to
commit or participate in tho said
crimes, is not considered a political
WHERE TlARS CO TO.
In ono of the largest Scotch board
schools a boy was sent by the junior
mistiess to the licad-ma9ter for
punishment. The lad came crying
and rubbing his eyes, and was asked
by the master what ho had been
sent to him for. "Telling a lee,"
said the boy. The master, to im
prove the occasion, asked him if he
knew where all Ihrs went to
"Yes," said the half-crying culprit.
"Please sir, they gang to the heid
maister." DR. BIRD'S ACTION ACAINST
Mr. Heinrich Felbcrmann
dercd at the Old Bailey on
March 30, beforo Mr. Justice Hawkins, to
receive judgment for certain libels
published in Life, of which ho is
tho proprietor, reflecting upon the
character of Dr. Bird, one of the co
respondents in the Colin Campbell
divorce case. Tho libels complained
of suggested that although the jury
in the Divorce Court had entirely
exonerated Dr. Jlird, and had ex
pressed their opinion that thcro was
no foundation for the charge made
against him, yet that he was guilt'
of the improper conduct of which
he was accused. Tho case was tried,
and the jury without any hesitation
found the defendant Fclbcimaun
guilty. Sentence was postponed in
oidcr that certain arrangements
might be complied with. Mr. Ter
rell for the prosecution said that the
only object of the prosecutor, Dr.
Bird, was to vindicate his own char
acter, and the defendant had been
convicted and had apologised. Tho
prosecutor had no vindictive feeling
in the matter, and he thought it
right to state the defendant, in addi
tion to making the apology, had
paid 200 as the costs of the prose
cution. Mr. Justice Hawkins asked
how that amount was made up. Mr.
Terrell said he was unable to give
the information. Mr. Justice Haw
kins said he would not be a party to
any compromise that was made up
on the basis of a certain amount
being paid for costs, without having
information of how tho amount paid
was made up. Mr. Lockwood, on
behalf of tho defendant, said he
had paid the amount mentioned,
under the belief that they were costs
which had been fairly incurred, and
he reminded the court that the de
fendant was not the writer of the
article complained of, and that the
name of the author was given up.
He also urged that the defendant
was in bad health, and imprison
ment might have a serious effect
upon him. Mr. Terrell then stated
that tho bill of costs would be taxed,
and any balance of the 200 that
remained would be refunded to the
defendant. Mr. Justice Hawkins,
in passing sentence, said that, under
all the circumstances, the sentence
would bo that he pay a lino to the
Queen of 75. Homo News.
Professor Turner, the celebrated
anatomist of Edinburgh, receives a
salary of $20,000. This is said to
be the largest salary received by any
professor in tho world.
The Alabama railroads have been
prohibited from running freight
trains on Sundays.
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
L slock of Hay anil (Jmin, we have
jiiGt rccoivnl jior stmr Ausiraliu, Feed
Corn Meal, Oiouud Oat;, nuU Alfalfa
Hay. Union Feed Co. 28 lw
HAVING lecentiy engaged a first,
cl.isi UIMcr mm Moulding Maker,
wu nro now fully prf pirwl to manufac
ture, repair and re gl I any kind of work
in our line. Old Mirror nnd Pluluro
Frames mnilu otcr its pood as new, nnd
ut priced within tho nam of nil. Tho
public nto invited to call and Inspect
tomo of this work. Komcuibor, any
tiling that needs rumwing in Gold, Old
Goto, llronzc, Copper o; Meial vo can
do. KINO BROS., Aiit Stoiib. 17
I f( LBS. Froh Home-Mode CIiuw
lUv ing Stink?, or so.rallcd ll-tr-burs'
Poll, and foh, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Crenms which I gunran
tco to bo far Miporlor and mid chcaiir
tlnn any Imported, at F HORN'S Pion
eer Steuin Candy Factory uud 11 iliery
nnd Ice Cream 1'arlor. bSlf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour i
otlend for salo by GONSALVE3 &
CO., Queen Street. 81
Dk. Flint's Hkaiit Kemkiiy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eaho and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Debcriptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., AKeuts. 354
" Bulletin i" Summary
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now hsued and uill be found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 40 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete losinne of Honolulu ard
Islnnd news. Thci e is no better pppcr
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2. SO
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant street,
and Biii.lf.tin Office.
The Annual Show
Will be held
vcar In the Snciolv's
l'c Hull ut thoUovcmnient Xuiscry,
Kiug t-lrcU, and adjacent grounds,
On Saturday, May 14tn,
Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm.
Exhibits nro Invited In the various
divisions named in the Echedulo glvm
Division I Horticulture
Prizes will be given as follow:
1. For tho best variety of Fruits.
1. For tho best special Fruits.
For the best growing Feins.
For tho best (cut) Hoses.
For the best (cut) Shrub?
For the best growing Pahui.
For tho best Orchid.
For the lict Jtouquct.
For the bet Floral Designs.
For the beet Vegetables.
Division II Dairy Produce.
Tor the bct Firkin of Butter," 10 lbs.
For tho second best ditto ditto
For tho best pound of Butter, the
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own Butter.
For the hecoud best ditto ditto
For tho bcit Cheese.
Division HI Agriculture.
1. For tho best Klee.
2. For tlio best Ceroal (other thnu
;i. For the best Fodder Plant".
1. For tho best Sugar Cam.
f. For the best Sugar,
l). For tho best Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Domostie Manufacture.
1. For the best variety of Mats.
'J. For tho best exhibits of Men's
3. For tho best exhibits of Women's
4. For tho best Ktipa.
C. For the best exhibits of Calabashes
made from Hawaiian woods.
C. For tho boot bowls of Wood or
7. For tho best exhibits of natlve-
mnde Ornaments of any des
cription. 8. For tho best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers and Wreaths.
0. For the best home-made Saddle.
10. For tho best homo-mado Harness.
Division V Poultry and Birds.
Prizes will be given for exhibits of a
high class character In all chiRses of
Domestic Fowls and Cage Birds.
tarSpecial Notice. Pi lzcs will also
ho given for meritorious exhibits hi any
of the above Divisions, although not
falling with tho published classification,
lo for the b,est exhibits of Jams,
.fellies, Pickles, nnd other Picsenes,
made In tho Kingdom.
The necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will be provided by the Society.
Notice in wi Kings of Intention to ex
hibit is requested. Blanks for tho
purpose can be had nt tho olllco of A.
Jaeger, Ksrjr., Kiitihumanu sticctor from
Kxhlblts must bo lu place beforo tho
opening of the Show or they will not be
entitled to compete for prlcs.
Admission CO cents, children half
price. Meiubcis of tho Society will ho
admitted free on piesentltig their re
ceipts for subscription for tlio current
Any person can become a member of
the Society by paying tho annual sub
mlptlon of 93.00.
Subset Iplinn aio payable to A. Jaeger
Esn,r., Acting Treasuicr.
By order of the Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WEBB,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo hnd from
J. II. Sorim, ; :
A. M. Hkwktt, i
J. W. IIiNor.nr, i
t : Hotel Street
TEMPLE OIF FASHION!
o ' ,
Just received per etinr Auttr.il la, a flno assortment of
Special attention is called to our
Boy's feSoiloi Ac .Tei'sey HiiitH.
40 dozen Ilty's Linen Knee Pnnte, at a very low llgure, in f lzcs up to 12 yeats.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A flno lino of Ladles' Jcrscyf, Lacoi and Kmbroldcrlcs a great variety
just icceived price my low.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Thu InrgoMt Htock of nny Iioiihc !
Received direct from Eastern Manufacturers.
A complete ntporlmcnl of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality and pi ices to suit tin times.
HPhl.ind orders rccclvo cueml and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposite W. G.
ilal lg bought the
Clotliug ai Gents Fnlg Goods
From the Templo of Fashion at grcitly reduced rutei, we now oiler them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
These goods aro llrsl cluis in every icspeci and couflst of all grades and quil.
doing, Suitable for the Uicli M Poor alio.
In offening them to our customers wo would most respectfully draw their re
tention to the fust that wc are giving them tho b.Micllt of our chca'p bargain and
niTlte tho publio in general to give us a call and examine these goods beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Comer Fort & Merchant 8treets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block,
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND
The Undersigned, F. HORN, 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
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil stato occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their lato Majesties Kamehameha IV, Knmehameha V, and
Lunalilo, nnd having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over foi ty years
practical experience in this lino of business.
I'rnrtlrul Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ornanii'ntnr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (95 :m) Honolulu. H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands cf
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOKGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, llOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Xoi Sale n.1; X&ctiNoiiaAle DPrice.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Irwin & Co's.)
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.