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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II., I., FEBRUARY 18, 1880.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE 00.
Haok stand: -ttcrcbanl nnd Fort
troct. Telephones, 5)35.
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MONDAY, FEB. 18, 1889.
Sttnr Walalcale Irom Kauai
Stmr Mlknhiilu from Kauai
Stmr .las Make from Kauai
Stmr Viva from Muni
SclirMut Waliine from Hamakua
Sclir Kaalukal from Kauai
It M S Alamctla from San Kranelseo en
route to tlic Colonics
It M 3 Alameda for the Colonic at fi pm
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at r p in
Stmr Llkelike for Maul at a in
Sclir Ivawaihun for Koolau
Stmr Kaala for Walaluaaml Waianac at
0 a in
Seln- Milli. Morris for Koolau
Seln- Itninbow for Koolau
Schr Moktiulu for Uwn
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
An usMgiH'OH notice appears else-wlteie.
From Kan l'raui'ieo per S S Ala
meda, Feb 18 M Adebdorior, K II Al
luii anil wife. r T Hrlgliam, .Mrs Colt
autl maid. MUs 31 V dishing, Mrs F K
E.iton ami child, T It Foster and wife,
O Goldsmith and wife. MlssM S Grillln,
A Haa, C V Ham and wife, F S Heb
bard, It K Millard and wife, .T 1) King,
wife and son, S G King, Hon Geo 3lhe
farlane, Sani'l Mawhinney, Dr 1 A
Morrow, It YV MeChesuey, Arthur l'age
and wife, A W Parker, Mits Parks, .1 C
Parclter, II A P.mnalee, V Herbert
Purvis, wife and maid, It W Purvis,
Harry P Haw .J S Itiehard and wire,
Clans Spreekcls.wlfe audit .scrvnU,MIss
Spreckels, Mrs and 3lis Tuft's, Hon
Willis Van Dcvanter, A Wansey, rm
Whitehead, J D Wilde, PL llaningtoii,
Miss Million, II It Merrill, W W lJrum-r,
T.I Kmery, 0 11 Merrill, II C Lon, and
15 steerage. In transit l for Aueklaiul,
1 fnrTutuilu, auiMS!) for Sydney.
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Feb
17 Cha Kaio and wife, Miss Mary Mo
ld!, It Puiki, G I. lJarenaba. C Alo and
son, and 42 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mikahala a..")2 baas sus.ir, 0'2
bags rice, 50 bugs nia, and 5:t bides.
JACKSON In San Francisey. January
ad, to the wife of Lieutenant G. K.
Greslcy .Tackon, It. X., a daughter.
The Hawaiian Hand will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
Overture Joan of Are Verdi
Waltz My Friend Gassnur
March Tanliaiihi'i- Wagner'
Selection Ernani Verdi
lCuti Lei, Pun Oliiilu, Ua liiki no.
Medley Night in New York. . . .lirooks
Ballad La Paloma Itlvas
Waltz Summer Evening Waldteufel
Polka Ionian Wardrobe
Am addition is to
Fort, street school.
ho built lo the
Tin: tramways wcic very much
Tun Discovery brought it loco
motive for liana, plantation,
Tiiiuty bags of mail arrived by the
Alameda for the Post Ollicc.
On Siitutduy, Feb. 10th, the trash
houses at Kilauca, Kauai, were
No bookkeeping class to-night
account of Mr. Jones, absence
Tin: Hawaiian hand will play tit
the departure of the Alameda this
Tin: Hoard of Education calls for
school house tenders in our lly
Many thanks to Purser Sutton of
the Alameda for tiles of papers and
other news favors.
Miss Jessie A. Ackerman, the tem
perance lecturer, leaves on the Ala
meda, this evening.
Ci.Attr.Kci: Macfailane lias received
a new sailing canoe. Hope we shall
get a sail once in a while.
In another column will lie found
the programme of races to lie held on
Satuiday next, at Kapiolani Park.
Tin: latest quotations in the biigar
maiket, New Yoik, February 9th,
were: Centrifugals 0(5 test 5 9-1G
Mns. Stevenson, an experienced
nurso of twenty-two years, is open to
See card in another
Tin:ui: was a small but satisfied
audience at the Canipobello concert
Satuiday evening. Tho -'Happy
Pair" was excellently performed.
Tun funeral of Joe Keau, who was
killed on tho Marino Itailway on
Satuiday, took place yesterday,
Messrs. Sorrenson & Lyle defraying
II. II. PiUNCi: David ICawananakoa
will celebrate the twenty-first anni
versary of his birth to-morrow, by
giving a dancing party at tho Palace
in the evening.
Mils, lienfield, for many years a
losidciit of the Hawaiian Islands,
died suddenly at Berkeley, Cal.,
Januaiy 30th, of pneumonia. She
leaves two children.
Colonel Clans Spreckels accom
panied by Mrs. Spreckels and Miss
Emma sprecueis arrived on me Ala
meda this morning, and will remain
in the islands until the return of the
Australia. Aloha 1
Colonel George W. Maefarlano, II.
II. M.'b Chamberlain, arrived rather
unexpectedly on the Alameda this
morning. He is looking well.
Hon. Willis Van Devauter, Attor
ney for the Chicago, Burlington, and
Quincy Bailroad, came down on tho
Alameda, and is stopping at the Ha
Mr. II. A. Parmelee of llollister it
Co. was among Hie arrivals from the
Coast this niornini;. Mrs. and Miss
Parmelee will return in a month or
Prof. E. L. Melville, tho aeronaut,
with his manager and assistants, ar
rived by the Alameda. The Profea
sor will whilst hero give n balloon
ascension, and a parachute leap.
W. S. Maltby, a noted cyclist, in
tends visiting Honolulu, en route to
Australia, on or about the 12th of
March next, and would like to make
arrangements for exhibitions of
"fancy riding" during his stay here.
Hon. Elislia II. Allen, Hawaiian
Consul-General at New York, and
Mrs. Allen arrived on the Alameda
giving a complote surpribo to their
many friends in this city.
Mr. Itobcrt Marshall, a millionaire
and ljiulim: business man of Glas
gow, Scotland, is a through passen
ger by the Alameda.
Mr. Frank M. Avery, President of
the Elgin Watch Company, is on tho
Alameda, en routo to tho Colonies.
Mr. T. J. Emory, capitalist and
hanker of New York, and .Mr. J. S.'C.
Parchcr, a retired Boston merchant,
came down on the Alameda to do tho
"Miss Mahon arrived from England
this morning to assist in tho woikof
St. Andrew's Priory school for gills.
Mr. J. O. Ilarron ol the firm of
Parke it Lacy, San Fiancisco, is on
tho Alameda, bound for Sydney on
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. K. Foster re
turned to their island home thiH
Mr. J. P. Dunning goes to .Samoa
by tho Alameda as lepresontativo of
tho Associated Press, Sati Francisco.
Mr. Dunning paid a visit to tho Bui.
J.KTIN oflico to-day. Ho is an exceed
ingly pleasant gentleman, and is un
doubtedly well .nullified, in every
way, for the important mission with
Which ho has been entrusted.
Anotiii'.u Kcntleinan complains of
tliatcowon the plainscnlciing his gar
den und destroying valuable plants.
Ho pioposcs to give her a charge
of buckshot next time she puts in an
Amono the passengers arriving at
New York February 9th", fioni Eu
rope, was a Miss Fabian, an English
Catholic, who stated she was on her
way to nurse the lepers at the leper
Deputy Sheritl' Hopkins of Ewa
and special officer Kingsloy of the
Board of Health, arc vigorously
searching for Aikualani and Manuel,
tho two lepers who fued on the police
a short time ago.
Tin: U. S. S. Aleit and II. B. M. S.
Cormorant will both leave for a
cruise around the islands this week,
leaving the harbor without a man-of-war.
I5y the way, though, the Ka
imiloa is in the stream.
So.mi: thief or thieves unknown
visited Mr. G. West's chicken roost
on Saturday night, and carried oil'
a lot of chickens. A second visit was
paid last night to the same place,
and tho remainder of tho chickens
taken away. Tho whole amounted
to about five dozen.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
, at 7 -.30.
Band concert at Emma Square,
7:30 p. m.
The Alameda arrived at G:30
o'clock this morning from San Fran
cisco with datc3 to February lltli.
Following is a summary of latest
Scarlet fever has broken out at
A scveru storm swept over the
Fast, Feb. 8lh.
It is asserted that the Treasury
portfolio -will go to a. Western man.
Cleveland will begin the practice
of law in New York city on March
The drug house of Wycth &
Brother at Philadelphia was burned
Feb. 1th and one fireman was killed.
The Chinese Exclusion act lest
ease will probably be weakly pre
sented by the Government.
A bitter fight i3 in progress be
tween Governor Church and the Da
Senator Palmer of Michigan is
spoken of for Secretary of Agricul
ture. Three men were killed and live in
iuicd bv a railroad accident near
Springfield, Mo., Feb. till..
A family of live poisons were
drowned in the Missouri river near
Bismarck, Feb. (5.
Several persons were seriously in
jured by an accident on a motor
street car line in Denver Feb. G.
Four Chinese were scalded to
death bv a geyser at Cheyenne,
Wesley Oman, a rich Ohio fanner,
was robbed by eight masked men,
It is reported an Eastern man will
give 820,000,000 to found a Baptist
A. S. Cookiu, cashier of the Man
hattan Elevated Itailioud, has ab
sconded with about 870,000.
Henry Dieckmann, the St. Louis
absconder, is short about So0,000 in
William Knabe, the piano manu
facturer, died at Aiken, S. C,
Blaine is having a house fitted up
for ais residence in Washington.
A favorable report has been made
on the bill appropriating 8100,000
to protect American interests in Pa
nama. Customs officers seized 400
worth ot smuggled opium at San
Luis Obispo, Feb. f.
The boilers at the Liueoln QjNco.)
Insane Hospital exploded causing
three deaths and fatally injuring a
patient Feb. .0.
The butchers of NewYorkare taking
measures to secure the enactment of
State legislation against Chicago
dressed beef, similar to that of
The handsome new residence of
P.T. Barnaul at Seaside Park, Con
necticut, was nearly destroyed by
fire Feb. 1.
Mrs. Frelinghuysen, widow of the
late ex-Secretary of State, died at
Newark, N. J., Feb. 3rd.
The health olliccrs of Los Angeles
have been mulcted of S.'-OOO for re
moving a small-pox patient from her
home to the pesthousc against her
A low woman known as Die "Pe
ruvian Princess," was murdered by
Chinese at Anheim. Feb. !).
The New Home Sewing Machine
Co. of Bridgeport, Conn., lias gone
out of business. It is not able to
continue at a profit owing lo strong
Captain Hammond of the steamer
Old Colony from Boston to New
York sighted a raft at sea and t.o
men aboard covered with ice and
nearly frozen to death Fob. Gtli.
The men were rescued. They stal
ed that the Captain of the ship .1.
F. Kearns ill-treated them and four
of them deserted on the raft. The
other two wero washed away.
The American yacht Coronet ar
rived at Aden Jan. 30.
rsaxiti Bxntf.vr.iBi ptjthi rarnw - , i
I Bj rSsj .dSugSWrj ffcsdKJ) aUAjAg idle, wJJ l fj
of Hotel & Fort Streets.
SALE FOK. 30 DAYS ONLY !
T hereby bog to inform Ihy general pulJje (lint during my Clraraiiet' Salt' largo inducements will be offered,
and immuntfe reductions arc. made in every department.
eduction in Eir.iirQideriss and Laces of all descriptions!
The Entire .Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
Ladies, Misses & Chlldrens Muslin Underwear !
"Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention thut every article must be
bargains are ottered m
WliitB BressBs, Lace Caps, Snn Bonnets, etc.
pair; Silk Gloves it Mitts great It reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
S A Large Bemnant Table Every Bay of our Clearing Sale 8
Mosquito Settings reduced to 2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, While Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other
closed out in that department. Immense
Lace (iiirtains ail Hubs, etc., etc., etc. "'""' c""-";-.-
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves f)()c a pair ; Silk Gloves & Mitts
linen of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Satecnes Ss Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flanne
reduction in Black Cassemerps. Mv entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS
"Will be closed out a I Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
y-G OODS OL,I I'-OIC CWWII ONLY IDUltirs'CJ XIIIQ SALE"!
175 1m ' . EHRLICH. Pronrietor
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extra wide, 3oc yard; immense
tk4( wttAffce4a4i4S.isxjt titttm4TC3CT- ni.jigxjjK4BO
The lierlin eorrespondent of the
Daily Triliune say-: It is certain
that the German Consul at Samoa
wiil be removed. Prince Bismarck
is extremely annoyed by the Consul
exceeding ids instructions.
Secretary llayard has notified the
German Minister at Washington
that the U. S. Government accepts
the proposition for a resumption at
Berlin of the conference begun in
Washington in 1887 in regard to Sa
moa. The American ship Benjamin V.
Parker of New York recently from
the Phillippine Islands with a cargo
of sugar, lias just been chartered
for a voyage to Samoa. She is to
be loaded with coal, her carrying
capacity being '202G tons. It is be
lieved the coal is for the use of tha
American men-of-war there.
an attempt to
The vineyards of thb Island of
Elba are being devusted by the
Mr. Allen Hutchinson, a profes
sional worker in sculpture, came to
this country several weeks ago. He
has been for eight or ten days past
engaged in preparing a life size bust
in clay, as a model to be transferred
to plaster of Paris, of Mr. W. Auld,
Manager of the Insane Asylum.
The work is nearly completed, and
proves Mr. Hutchinson to be a mas
ter of his profession, inasmuch as
his production is a life-like repre
sentation of the original,
R. M. S. ALAMEDA.
The Oceanic Company's I. M. S.
Alameda. Cant. Morse, arrived at
fl :!J5 o'clock this morning, 0 days
1JJ hours and 58 minutes, from
San Francisco. She was detained
waiting for the mails, tho steamer
Aurania being late in crossing tlio
Atlantic. The Southern Pacillo
Company detained a train at Ogden
for iour hours so as to connect with
the Union Pacific train, or else the
Alameda would not have left San
Francisco until Tuesday. Experi
enced fresh northerly winds the ihst
three days, thence light variable
winds. She brought GO cabin and
15 steerage passengers for Hono
lulu, and has in liansit 7-1 passen
gers for the Colonies.
The Alameda sails for Auckland
and Sydney at 5 o'clock this evcuing,
tho mail closing at -1 o'clock.
A dispatch from Washington Feb.
7th, says: This morning Harold M.
Sewall, Consul-General to the Sa
uioan Islands, received notification
from the State Department that his
resignation would be acceptable, on
the ground that his views were not
in harmony with those of the Ad
ministration. An Associated Press
reporter called this afternoon upon
Sewall and asked for a statement of
the reasons given by the Slate De
partment in its request that he
should tender his resignation as
Consul-General at Samoa. Mr. Se
wall, in reply, said: "The reason
given in the letter abking iny resig
nation was the disagreement of my
expressed views with the views en
tertained by the State Department
in regard to Samoan alfairs. This
refers, J suppose, lo tho testimony
I have given before tho Senate Com
mittee on Foreign delations and
which has not yet been published.
No disapproval of my conduct as
Consul-General has ever been ex
pressed by the State Department so
far as I know."
The recall of the American Con
sul, General Sewall, has produced
an excellent impression at Herlui,
says u dispatch. The papers urgo
the necensity for the recall of tho
English Consul also, alleging that
he contributed largely to the trouble.
The threo Powers might then be re
presented by other Iniblwoithy.
agents, who would assist in bringing
Hbout n friendly settlement.
It is said that the French
swarms witu malcontents.
King Milan, by trieks and sub
terfuges, lias avoided paying a judg
ment lor debt rendered by the Ser
Signor C'rispi says that as long as
all Europe is armed to the teetli and
continues lo aim! it is absurd to
suggest the disarmament of Italy.
John O'Coinnor and Thomas Con
don, M. P., have been sentenced
under the Crimes Act.
The Floquel Ministry has been
sustained by the Chamber of Depu
ties by a vote of .100 to L'-10.
Fourteen persons were lulled and
fifty injured, fifteen fatally, by a
railway accident in Belgium, Feb.
It is slated that Sir Julian Paunee
forto will bo appointed British Min
ister to the United States.
Police Inspector Martin was killed
in County Donegal Feb. 7lli, while
trying to arrest a priest.
Deputies Laguerre and I.aeroix
fought a bloodless duel at Paris,
A bill has been introduced in the
Berlin IJeiclislag for a loan of (10,
000,000 marks on account of the
army, navy and Slate railways.
There have been heavy snowstorms
throughout England, France and
Germany, blocking the railways and
interrupting telegraphic communi
cation. A terrible railway accident oecur
ed Feb. !Jd near Grocnendael. A
train bound from Brussels for Neinur
struck a pillar of a bridge, causing
tho bridge to collapse. The train
was carried down with it and com
pletely wrecked. Fourteen persons
were killed outright and fifty others
Captain Wissmau, Imperial Com
missioner lo Zanzibar, has purchased
Hvu steamers at Hamburg for tlio
The .steamer C. Miller anived at
New York, Feb, 10th from Hayti.
iiiimors of battles were numerous
at Capo llaytian wken the steamer
left Cape 1 Iaytian. The victory was
almost invariably repoited to have
been gained by tho foices of Hippo
lytc. The geneial impression pie
vailed that the northern side would
very shoitly become tho victors in
tlio pending contest.
Advices from .Shanghai, Feb. litli,
say a riot has occurred at Ching
Kiang Foo. The British Consulate
nnd seven houses belonging to fore
igners were wrecked by the rioters.
The British man-of-war Muline has
been dispatched to Ching Kiang
A large four-masted steamer was
btuik in a collision off Beach head
with all on board. Tho lost vessel
is supposed to be a French or Ger
A dispatch from Paris, Febmary
15, says, the public feeling regard
ing the chances of the new Panama
Canal Company is ona of utter des
pondency. Do Lesseps, in an in
terview, said that if all the 00,000
bonds issued through tho Buuquo
Purisicnuc arc not taken the entcr
terprise must be abandoned, and a
foreign nation would, for a morsel
of bread, get the gigantic work,
which was nearly (hushed, and upon
vrhich French investors had invest
ed their million?. The canal would
be completed, but neither by nor
for the French.
Aichduke Uudolf, Austrian Crown
Prince, and lit ir apparent l the
tin one, was found duad in bed by
his valet at Mietliug, near Baden,
January .'10th. On announcement
of his death the I'cichratli adjourn
ed, amid great excitement. A dis
patch dated two das later says that
the Crown Prince committed suicide
by sliooting himself, the reason
being of his betrayal of a Princess
and fear of meeting her biother.
ARRIVAL OF TOURISTS.
By the Alameda there arrived a
party of seventeen touiistsin charge
of Mr. II. C. Lyon, agent of Messrs.
Raymond & Whilconib. They will
remain here a month and thoroughly
do the islands. The party consists
of Miss M. F. dishing, Miss M. S.
Grilling. Mr. H. E. Ililliard, Mrs.
U. E. Ililliard, Mr. Sam'l Mawhin
ney, Mr. t 11. Merrill, Mr. II. H.
Merrill, Mr. J. S. C. Pareher, Mr.
II. W. i'aiker, Miss Lizzie It Parks,
Mr. Harry P. Bay, Mr. J. L. Bit-hards,
Mrs. J. L. Bit-hard?, Mrs. A.
M. Tufts, Miis M. V. Tufts, Mr.
W. M. Whitehead, and Mr. J. I).
BEATS Tll REGORD.
The Oceanic Company's brig Con
suclo has made the quickest round
trip on rocuid, between San Fian
cisco and the Hawaiian Islands. She
left San Franchco Janury 8th for
Honolulu, in charge of dipt. McAl
lister, who had previously been male
of the vessel, and made the trip
down in thiitecii days. After dis
charging and loading the brig sailed
again on Januaiy :.(ilh, and arrived
at San 1-iancico, I'l-luunry Sth,
making the pa-sage in tliiiteen days
and the round trip in the very quick
time of twenty-nine days, tho quick
est on rocoid.
A number of the Captains in port
at San Franci-eo have subscribed for
a gold watch mid chain In be pre
sented to t'apt. McAllister as a re
minder of his fast trip.
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
75 and 77 EO--A.W $c CO Fort Street.
10 ,,,:- $X&3$&
Saturday, February 23, 1889,
WE AUK NOW SHOWINC, NEW STYLES OF
Sjriiii Mains, Prints, Plain & Fancy Salines. Batiste,
Piques, Challia, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
Tin- u-ry latest shades and styles. Come and examine our impor
Sin Dress Goods, Cream Ainres, Lace Binting, &c.
Our New Stoek of Silk Gimp, Bead Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Yelvets, Pearl Bnttons,
XiiJl)oii. PlumeH, IMpi, ICte., Etc.,
Is the liiu-st evei seen in this city. Ueforo buying elsewhere look at our
new assortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLUTE STOCK of I'NDERWEAll, latest stylo
and elegant in dci-ign. In our gents department
we oiler the latest in
Ciisioiu-nuule Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Cravats, Neckties-, Clin it Collars and Gents I' uinilure of every
We call particular attention to our
enormous stock of the latest wtvles in
and a new assort
Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers
Felt Hats, Trunks, Valines, Etc., Etc. 17-88
Iioll rXVleiliono, ."SO -OB- Xiiuiil JTeleplioiie, 371
No. 24 Mercliant Street, near Fort Street.
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No. 2 IliiniiUi; Huee,
J. A. (Jiimiulus enirrs
E. K. Mik't-
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.Harry, b. g.
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Shoo Fly, b. k
1J mile dash
J. A. Cummins enter;.. I voir, w. in.
J3. It. MUcb Nlult.b.g.
gSTliiicss commence at 2 o'clock.
t;H)"Cj(:iicrHl lulinisBion GOe.
Taieliu Driving Club,
TIT KS. .MONHO-l, Indkb nurse, has
L,X i (.-moved to JNu, il. KuUui street.
HAVE OH 'HAED AND FOR SALE,
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FULL .fc50 3ETIVI:3E:I1,
All Brands of American Whiskies !
Bourbon, Rye and Monongahala,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH ana SIMSKl WHISKY
In Cihis.-mnd .Stone Jura;
Very Kino and Very Cheap (Jimltilies, as are wanted;
GINS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(White or Hlaek), ulno, STONE JUGS;
O L I rJ? O 1J G- I IV !
lic.st Hi and in tlio Market.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
lu Hulk nnd C'abe;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale Sl Porter, German Beer, etc
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In Tints and Quails.
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinrar Water KummeUu
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES!
Zlnfandel, WlaCaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling1, Hocks, &c, A.
g&- All of which will be told AT LOWEST HATES by
170 1( . MANAGER.