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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, IH7.
Stmr Lcluii from Ilamakua
Stmr Wululeule from Kuttiil
btuir iur Makeo from Kupaa
Schr ulelm fiomVVuluUm
,Sc..r Emma for Knual
VESSELS LEAVING 10-KQIRCW.
Bkluo DNcovery for l'oit Towncend
Bk U B Klimey for San t'raueR-o
Stmr I.ehua for llnknlnu ami Onomca
nt 4 p in
Schr Waicltu for Walalua
From Kauul. per stmr
.Tunc 17 U A lllclcnbcrg.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr .Ins Makce-008 bags of sugar
Stmr Lehua-2,r00 bags of sugar, 202
bai of paddy, and a0 pkgs of sun
dries . ,
Schr Wnlelm-200 bags of rice
Tho Don Oailos Is discharging near
tho Llkcllko wliarf.
Tbe Hawaiian schooner Jennie Wal
ker, from San Francisco en route for
Fanning Inland, niiohoied off port lust
evenliig. She has .I,(jOO feet of lumber,
and 100 packages lor Fanning Island.
Slio will resume her voyage this cen
ing. VESSELS IN PORT.
Am Ship Tlmour, Johnson
Iik C O Whltmoie, Thompson
Ilk Guillcrmo, Samlmaun
bk l)U Kinney, Duhler
Bk Saranac, sliaw
Bk Dou Carlos, Jacobon
Bktno Hkaget, Koblnson
Bktno Morning Star. Xurncr
Bktno Planter, W lU'errlman
Bktno Mary Wlnkelman, Blako
Bktno Discover-, l
Ugtno W Q Irwin, McCnlloch
On Juno 14th, to the wife of 11. 1.
Wood of Kohala. a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A cash or cirand boy wanted nt
N. S. Sachs".
Tub Likeliko wharf is receiving
several much-needed new planks.
A bhakk measuring four feet, was
hooked, near the fish-market, this
Mn. W. E. Foster has temporarily
removed his sadlcry business to No.
78 King street.
Tun Waimanalo left Waianae
n'nlnn.k this afternoon, and
Bishop will leave at h.
Whkn tho Btcamcr Jas. Makee left
Kanaa last evening, hard squally
winds were blowing.
Mb. J. Lyons, petitioner for iti
golvencv, received a full discharged
srom tho Court this morning.
TiiERR is a telephone aboad the
u-nr ffliip Adams. It runs aboaid
from 0' Ewa side of the bay.
His 'Ex. Antone Rosa dined several
ofllcpit-s f th0 Adams' and others at
tljAuwniian Hotel last evening.
Mn. Wh.dkr'b survey party are
working on tho Hakalau guicn.
Their noxt place will be Laupa
hoelioe. Col. Spaulding's horses which
went homo by tho .Ins. Makee, on
her last trip, woio landed all right at
G. B. Gkeig and Miss Maggie
Greig are passengers for Fanning
Island by tho schooner Jcnnio
Mn. Lewis .T. Levey will hold an
underwriter's salo to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock. Full particulars may
bo found in advertisement.
Messrs. W. W. Hall, J. B. Ather
ton, Chas. M. Cooko and Secretary
Fuller paid a visit to tho U. S. S.
Adams this afternoon.
Tub members of St. Andrew's
Cathedral choirs aro requested to
meet this evening at 7 : 15 o'clock for
tho final practice of tho jubilco
An adjourned regular meeting of
tho Hawaiian Riflo Association will
bo held at tho armory of tho Hono
lulu -Jtilles, this Fiiday evening nt
7 :30 o'clock.
Last Wednesday, tho six-year old
son of J. P. Sisson, Hawaii, was
kicked under tho chin by a horse.
Fortunately tho child was npt very
At tho tent to-moriow evening
there will bo clog-dancing and sing-
ing by Mcuregor, iraj'eu '
ancos by Lcroy, acts by
known native acrobats,
On tho arrival of tho steamer
Kinati nt Mnhukona, from Keauhou,
tho resident masons of Kohala will
rccoivo and entertain tho steamer
party. The ontertninmont will con
sist of a rido through tho district and
a lunch at tho Kohala Club House.
Mil. K. B. Thomas has been given
tho contract to build a two-story
brick house, with collar, and fuco
brick, high front, for Mr. W. E. Fos
ter, on tho ground lately occupied by
that gentleman's harness shop, Fort
street.. Work will begin on tho 1st
Tho British Army estimates
amount to 851,006,500, an increase
Mit AlU'o huso
Keoilulion Mr. O. U. bw.iin
Sung Mi0. Oct). J. Itotu
Song Mr. W. li. Hougs
Sonic Mr. J. L. Itoss
Addict W.O. Smith
The Roynl Hawaiian Bancl will
give a Ju'i'iU'e Cnncrt nt Kinina
hquare to-moriow titternooii, com
mencing t 4 :JJ0 u'elotk. Tlii.'
following ! ' programme:
Grand MiiicIi TIio Queen's .lubl en..
Gavoite-'I'lie Queen's Own (new
l'olka 'Hie Queen's llusais vnew
Ounilrlllo Merrv Kmrlnnd f new)
flalop IJollIng Years (new) Asher
l'olka Old England Forever (ncwi..
March Queen Victoria new)...Lcrger
God Save the Queen.
This morning ntr7 o'clock, in tlio
Roman Catholic Cntucdial, about
forty young people fiom the Srbool
of the SUteis of the Sacred Ili-nrt
and St. Louis College took their (list
communion. All the hoarders of
the two institutions wcic present,
besides a large attendance of other
people. A company of young lady
pupils of the Sister's .School sang
the musical part of the service
sweetly and solemnly. It was an
interesting and impressive sight to
see the young people, neatly and
becomingly dressed, go modestly
forward to perform their solemn
duty. The Right Reverend the
liishop of Olbil olllciated, assisted
by other clergy. The Bishop de
livered a brief address to the youth
ful communicants, plainly and im
pressively pointing out to them their
duties and obligations. When the
services were ended, and as ihe
people were filing out of the church,
the College Band played suitable
music. The St. Louis pupils re
turned to the College, marching to
the music of their Hand. ,
THE VICTORIA JUBILEE.
Tho arrangements nre now com
plete. On Sunday next, at the morning
service of the Second Congregation
special reference will be made to the
occasion by Rev. Geo. Wallace,
and at the Jubilee Service to be
held at 7:30 p. m. the Bishop of
Honolulu will preach, and the music
and singing will be of a paiticularly
On Monday, royal sa!ule3 will be
fired from the shore battery at 8 A.
m. and at noon.
At 11 a. m. the sports on the race
track at Kapiolani Park will com
mence. The steamer Ewa will take
anyone desirous of taking a sea trip
to the park, starting at 8 and again
at 10 and at noon. Tickets for the
trip may bo had from Mr. L. J.
Leveyfreo of charge.
The programme of sports is a very
good one and should draw a large
number of competitors nnd spec
tators. It coinptises 13 events and
the prizes offered aro handsome and
aro fully ennumerated in the pro
grammes. A uoutiiitui supply ot
refreshments is promised free of all
chaige and games for the children
will be promoted on the grounds.
Mr. Nolle has kindly placed his
Casino at the disposal of the Jubilee
Committee, and hero thcie will be
The Hawaiian Hand will ue in at
tendance. In the evening there will bo a dis
play of (lreworks at Emma Square,
and the residence of tho British
Commissioner will bo illuminated.
FOURTH OF JULY COMMITTEE
The Fourth of July committee
held a meeting at tbe Hawaiian Hotel
last evening. Mr. A. J. Cartwright,
Chairman, hnving called the meeting
to order, tho minutes of the previous
meeting were read and appioved.
Tho report of the salute .committee
was not complete, but it was thought
that the cost would bo 81 a gun.
The report of the committee on the
literary exercises was as follows:
Senator Whitney will deliver a
twenty minutes oration, Mr. Crowley
will speak for ten minutes, Grand
Master Atkinson will read the De
claration of Independence, and a
quartette of singers will ."chip in"
with a sonc everv now and then.
Tho picnic and 6ports to be held at
Mr. Wright's "Little Briton," Bcrc
tania street, in conjunction .with the
literary exercises, promise to bo in
teresting. A lanal 100 by 30 feet in
size, with platform for the speakers,
will be erected. A dancing floor 30
by 40 feet will he constructed, and
a canvas awning 125 by 30 feet,
covering four large tables, will bo
put up. swings, sec-saws nnu
merry-go-rounds will be made for
the children, while tho largo boys
can play foot-bull, etc. Seats and
lunch for 1,000 persons will be
furnished, and vehicles to take them
to and from tho grounds supplied.
A ball and supper will be given in
the evening, at the Hawaiian Opera
Houso. The printing committcot)e
poiled progress in receiving bids.
Tho finance committee reported
81,071 already subscribed. Tho
meeting adjourned at 0 o'clock, to
meet again next Friday night.
Tho main characteristics of the
vjolct eye, which is called tho
woman's eye, aio affection and
purity, chlvnlrio belief, and limited
or deficient intellectuality.
3TRANQERS' FniEND SOCIETY. I
Pursuant In notice, tlii t s"Ciel
met yesterdiiv alternonn at the r si i
deuce of Mrs. OainOii, L'li ipluiu
street. The seen tary read tho
ailnuiil report, which was adopted,
Donations $ 55 03
Monitor hips CO 0U
Hospital tax 500 0J
Couions.... , 128 4
Premium ixi'h.uigo of
bonds 100 00
Paid lo Queen's Hospital
Paid lo outside bcncllein
rics Passages of destitute per
sons To $15 a month nllowanco
for relief of needy per
sons at tho discretion
of the President
For copying recoids of
Excess of expenditures
urns 13. ink.
1880 $ COO 00
Cah on hand Junu 17,
1880 1,217 05
Leaving a balance on hand
Juno 4, 1887, including
deposit in Postal Savings
Bank, of 853 CI
The following olllcers were elected
for the ensuing year: President,
Mrs. J. M. Damon ; First Vice-President,
Mrs. Alexander Mackintosh;
Second Vicc-Picsidenl, Mrs. T. II.
Hobion; Secretary, Mrs. S. M.
Damon; Treasurer, Mrs. W. F.
CLOSE OF THE BIBLE SCHOOL.
The session yesterday morning
was devoted to the Epistle of James.
Rev. J. Bicknell led the afternoon
conference. Tho topic was,
to make the Christian life
fruitful?" Faith in Christ, as an
habitual act, was shown lo be the
point of vital connection with the
Divine Redeemer; nod a character
like Christ's in His persistent hc
tivity as well as Ills patient endur
ance, the highest development of
Christian life. Wednesday morning
in discussing the first Epislle of
Peter, it was evident that recent
national experiences had been edu
cating the Hawaiiaus. The old
claim of divine right for ruling, no
mutter how shamefully and ruin
ously, under the plea that the Bible
commands us to "Honor the King,"
had evident1' been educated out of
the minds of almost every Hawaiian
present. The duty of the sovereign
to "be just, ruling in the fear of
God," was brought out as promi
nently as the citizen's duty to sup
p irt established government. When
government comes to be nsyn
synouym for national dishonor, or
au instrument for national degrada
tion, it has itself sub veiled the
functions entrusted to it, and is a
disgrace and a cuisc. It is not to
be honored, but to bo regenerated.
This morning the sciipture studiid
was the fit Epistle of John, and
its spirit and thoughts, breathing
only heavenly peace and purity,
an'd of pious philuuthiopy, bi ought
to a fitting close these "Mornings
with the Apostles." This afternoon
Rev. Dr. Beckwith and Rev. W. B.
Olesou nre to dt liver biief addresses
on "Helps and Hindrances in Chris
tian Life." There is n strong desire
on the part of the Hawaiian Evan
gelical Ministers to have this Pas
tors' Biblical Institute a permnnent
organization, with a similar weekly
gathciing every year.
A DECIDED OPINION.
Eonon Bu,lltin: At the meet
ing on t lie Dili iust. to provide for
tho celebration of the Fnuitli of
July, a strong desire was cxpres-ed
to emphasize the principles of
American Government "of the peo
ple, by the people, and for the peo
ple," at this time when all partici
pation by the people in the govern
ment of Huwaii lias been eliminated,
and the entire power has been con
ccntintcd in the hands of tho King,
whose decrees the corruplly elected
Legislatures have become merely
passive instruments lo register.
By Ihe Govcinment paper of this
m.orning'3 issue, It appears that the
committee of arrangements "have
accepted tho free uso of the Refresh
ment Hall of Mr. Premier Gibson
for the evening festivities.
As my name appears as a contri
butor to the expense fund of the
celebration, I wish to express the
opinion that no favor in this matter
should be accepted from the man
who has been the King's chief and
supple instrument in destroying our
constitutional rigjjts, tlo jiueiica,n
opposition to which co'urso we meet
Sr.itF.so E. Bishop.
Honolulu, Juno 17, 1887.
Since the above communication
was in typo wo hnvo received in
formation to tho effect that tho com
mittee have not accepted the offer.
Another communication, received
latter, upon tho same subject Is with
held for that reason. Ed.
Preparations are being made to
,holj'.''Temoiistrations in honor of
Gladstone at all places through
which ho passes en route to Swan
sea. Ho has consented to receive
addresses at many stations on con
dition that he shall not lio expected
to make speeches.
nm'oiti: uioi;i:uton, j.
Fiiiuat, Juno 17th.
Dnnkrupt'o petition for dichnrgo
in tho matter of tho bankrup.cy of
Jacob Lyons, of Honolulu.
Pivseiit: the bankrupt in person,
W. C. l'urke, assignee, II. Glade
for creditors, Messid. II. Uacklehl
Mr. Justice Pieston. who wa9 to
prvitlu at this hearing Is away at
Waiiuku, Muui, attending a session
of the Circuit Com t.
Alllduvil of publication of this
hearing and certificate of cleik of
having mailed notices to credilois,
are found in duo form.
The Court, on learning the con
tents of the pitition asks if there is
nny one opposed to its being
Mr. Glade slates that as a mem
ber of the firm of II. Hnckfeld &
Co , he appears to oppose Ihe dis
charge of tho bankrupt, who ones
his firm an account of SHI, upon
which they have received a divi
dend of 11 percent from the as
signee : that he is informed and be
lieves that the bankrupt, as an
auctioneer, must have had bonds
men, one of whom ho is informed is
Air. Allen Herbeii. from whom I hey
now demand amount in full of their
Tlie Court informs Mr. Glade that
his claim as stated is not a matter of
The bnnkiupt subscribes to the
usual oath on discharge.
Mr. Parke states he represents 20
California and 1 London, England,
claims: that he has had considerable
correspondence with them explain
ing all his proceedings in the matter,
that he has sent them copies of his
final accounts, has remitted them
their dividends, and everything
The Court orders that the bank
rupt is discharged from his debts,
and that il will sign an order to that
effect on presentation of it.
The order is presented by the
bankrupt and receives the signature
of the Justice.
EitiDAr, June J 7th.
G. II. Luce (Tax Collector) vs.
Ah Ting, assumpsit for .'9. Jndg
medt for plainlitf.
G. II. Luce vs. Frank Metcalf,
for taxes for 1883, continued.
G. II. Luce vs. Paalua (w), as
sumpsit for $63; settled out of
C. XV. Hart vs. D. W. Kanoc
lehua, further continued.
L. Aseu vs. Chas. T. Hoyt and S.
F. Sanfoid, finthcr continued.
C. L. Brito vs. J. Garieia, assump
sit for $13.25; dismissed.
Castle & Cooke vs. A. Diaz and
O. Swain, further continued.
G. II. Luce vs. David Waimalu,
assumpsit for $27.75; settled out of
Horatio b'bakespeaie was fined
$10 for assault ami b.ittery.
Five Chinamen, charged with gam
ing; case not finished.
POLITICAL PICT. RES,
Two curious pictures are now
amusing Ihe Germans. The first is.
" lieu- nre the Peacemakers?" It
shows the conventional figures of a
Russian, an Englishman, a French
man and a Chinaman. When the
picture is folded these four figuics
are meiged into one thatnf Prince
Bismarck. The same result is at
tained in the second picture, repre
senting Gen. Bouluugcr, M. Paul
Deroutedc, Herr Richter and Herr
Windthorst. Folded together they
they also exhibit tho Imperial Chau
'cellor. The Bcrliners appear lo have
been greatly amused by these two
pictures. Toronto Globe.
In the trial of the conspirators by
the benate, iu the presenco of re
presentatives of the various govern
ments, it transpired that in 188G
they formed a secret circle to ter
rorize action, nnd resolved in De
cember to make an attempt to assas
sinate the Czar, for which purpose
they procured explosive bombs. On
March 13th, in company with those
confederates who uudeilook to in
form them by signal when the Czar
passed by, they, went to Newsky to
.prospect.. . Il .was thejr Intontioii to
throw the missiles under tho Czar's
carriago as it passed by, but the
police trustrated their design.
Cottage to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
J.nw lent; furniture nt .1 hi gain.
Fur pirllculnr-'nipilreif Jno. Mnunun,
Agent, MeieliMit Hieit. 27 If
THK PUhMI I'.ri on Klnau
h rcit iciji nt iy occupied by
G. i:. BOUtDVAN.
For partlcu'arj ci.ciulie at the Custom
HuUjc. u9 lw
ABsiime'B No tic).
THE undcrxigncil lining boon tlil-
d-iy duly appninlid A-sltpiio of tlio
slide of Ji'in M. Kn out, la kiu t,
hen by noiiilin all pari" lii'leMnl In
hidd e tn u tn in iku inmii dlnlo n m nt,
and lhoo huvlni; dilum ngalni raid
O'.tnto o prB"nt ihem wlii'iuUdclay at
his i.lli.0 No. 88 Murrin' t tupI Mono,
lulu. U1A3. T. UULI'JK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. 35
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 co.unio. i per nuuuni.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
ed bytbo 'Ausnull.i" u very flno
a d beaut ml aoitmeut of etyll mil
llueiy good-, llt-r lonuer -took i.f
trlunnou hais and bounots, sh will sell
at cost. Ladies would do mil to cull at
ouee. 02 lin.
'PHE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
JL ir f i e.al u. ry trmii . i i. e u r.
tn in. ad a mi s w I Mini evcnihii e
to uk lu tustu if the musi lux'ldi u
ipuu.u,. 47 f
nAVING eeui.liy Migiigud a llrH.
(I s U her mill Mo .hung Muker,
n. me Mitt fall) pup icit Hi iiiauulae
tuic.ivpalraiid re (J d my knal of ink
In our line. Oil Mir. or uml PI ti.ru
FruniM ui.idc o er ii g u.l n new, mid
nl pi lee- wliliin tliu muli o all. The
pili lie nc Intlol ti li 11 mid lupct
o.uo if llils tuiik lieuieii.bji, a,i)
thing tli.it needs renewing In (i iiu, wid
lioiu, unitize. i,oii)i r or Muiai
do. KINO IJ.iu.-j., Aid'
S PERRY'S No 1 F-imll.' Hour b
lie ni fir hu'i" bjr OUAS.LVK- &
CO , Q letli S reel. J
Dr. Flint's Hr.AitT Rkmkuy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dh
easo and nlo for UNcutes of Kidney
and Ciicultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co.. Audits. :ii4
1837 Queen's Jubilee 18B7.
Will cirry P s cn.'c s lo anil from the
Picnic Or. in d- m Kii mil I'a I; ou
Ihuocuislun if tlu Qieen's Jublitci u
Monday, June n, 1887.
Persons desiring in tnke i dvun'ai-e of
this nicias o' convcMincL- can h ve
t ckcls freo of elm ie uml all iif.ima
tl n on npp'icatloa to
LEWIS J. I.KVF.Y,
M sntiiis Huiluli g,
53 Corm r I? 'it nnd Q 'ccn tft'.
New Goods !
Mr. L B. KERR
Has -ecdved uml op-ned up Ids New
Comp.Uliiga 1 irjro ai d well selected
vurb ty 1 f
fcultitlc Tor I lu Ire u on.
Tin so good9 were icl cted in England
I y Mr. Ivi-rr persni ally, uml are gi ar.i .
teed to be of the finest quulpy.
Mr Ki-rr, I avlng -ef u el tho services
of a SKW CUTTKK, lm Is pie.
taello lul.ll orueis with thu utmost
23 Merchant St.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tho till at; lo mnk j brckcts of
whuiemptx. For Bile by
43 1m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
n'E 110U8K at rn"SEvr
c :" L-l by tliu untiettig icil.
A VALUABLE ' UU.DIXG LOT IX
llonlulu. Having a tionta.'u on
King Btn et of CO feet adjoining the new
brick stores occupied by Chlne-c, and
belonging to tho estate of the 1 it Thus.
Aleck. Enquire of J. I. DOWSETT,
Queen st.-oet, Honolulu, rime lit, '.s
A OA'UUAQn AND TWO IIOHPES,
i. S iltitbiu for cxpiuis or family use.
Pi ire $4 50. Api'lv at ihU olllee.
Departure Bay Goal
rOU FAM LY USE.
Just 3R.e2eivel !
V.X Uktre J lin Wor.tcr, for salo
In li s tn sal .
SS.a-flO PoundM por 17ou.
WILDER & CO.
BOLTE l tlio agent f f my
ninr "llKi.rA '' uml " ltii
Uiv," fnm mid niter June 1-t, 187
All bills prior to Hint duo will nleasii
bo, premiti'ri to m tit my olllcc, Queen
J I D.W.ETr.
Hunolulu, June, Util, " LM
Sir. 4 "Ewa"
Special Notice to the Ladies,
By the steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a largo assortment of the
Latest IS'ovelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at hud rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress Goods
Batiste, Lawns, Embroideries, Laces and other
new goods too numerous to mention.
New Novelties in Dress Goods, ,
Just received, at very low prices.
fikSI-adies are invited to call and inspect our stock.
!No trouble (o show goods.
S. EHBLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
'Oil (O pnl'oW.O. lrln fc Co'.)
Gout's, Youth's ami Boy's
flats, Caps, Furnifchi ig G
Very Fine Line of Gent s She
CORNER FORT AND
II on ol tilu,
TheWorld's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Whoct.
Abo, Highland Scjtch Bolted Oats !
An an entirely new prcp'irnt'o i f I o it ai I Oat., t -Ins rrokwl by Steam, rnd
o dy rupi rlnir a yh in Inir ! pii p no In m fur thu tabic.
OT'l'iii' mo.t nu'rl' o t fro I l,nowr."Ta
Also, Gorutca, Oein, Graham Flour, fc.mokod Salinun,
Smoke I Ha ibu', llam. Baron, Clwlci D itc, rrune, Nuts Ka! ins, '
New Z.'-l iwl, O H'o ' 1 a ml IuhiiI I'otatoe-, - .
AI o, Itu o n O i n, ixcoll -tn fur eiiiek -n fio ', "o- s lo by
Clias. HiiHiaee, -
The Undersigned, P. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Eakery
AND ICE CREAM FARLGR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he 1b fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balis,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only aliroad, but alo in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far us the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state ocensemfc, as also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kumchamolm IV, Kamehamelia V, and
Luuulilo, and having tho honor of supplying the piesent royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over foityycurb'
practical experience iu this lino of business.
Practical Conrcctlonnr. I r.i G'oo't au I Itrnamnntrv li Ho nliilu.
Factory, Store and Ice Gvonm Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Bjth Telephones No 74. (itfl a n) Eonolutu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of--
PERFUMES! PERFUMES I
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUtfDBORGS,
EASTMAN ' S ALOHA, 110 Y T' S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
IT'cn Salo n-t Irnsoiin,lle Irioc-s,
1592 WHOLESALE AN J RETAIL.
Fine Custom Made (Ming
ols, T:unks a"z6i Valisos.
AJ , V