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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, t880.
, , bi ARRIVALS.
Frlii- Sarah and Kl'7a Jioui Koulnti
Sehr l.eahl from Knhnlii
, , oi DEPARTURES.
Y.V Lmly Unrewood for HcckoDR
Sell i- Kattlkeaoult for Kohalii
Btnir Iwnliibl ior Lnlmlna biuI llnma
kua at 10 a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sttnr.VVhlma'nalo for-Wulatiac mid Wal-
alua at n u in
Sehr Rosalind for San FrancK-o at 10
For ICnual per ftnir Widalealc, July
23 Miss I cua Stelnloh. Aug Drier and
son, 0 Apol. MIsh Johnson, Mrs Me
Ciutiicy, Miss (J A Reamer, Miss Hop
pin, l Van 1 Ionbcig, jr, Jllss Oliulo
and 30 deck.
, ROYAL SCHOOL.
Following ib the programme of
the dosing exercises nt the Iloyul
School to-morrow commencing at
11:30 a. m.:
n ...,, fFnr Upon the Son
Opening (.lionise , .meL,lct,I1.HllIubltl
Kcdtatlon From Ghent to Alx
D. A. Kuwait i on.
Recitation When Will the Millenluni
Conm. . . . i Upham
Recitation Frenchman and His Ilo3t
Dialogue Hiring a Footman.. .Column
Deputy Bu I. I). V Mllanda '
'J'lioiiia. Wl liaiu Young.
J o'Uiey. Edwuid Wuodward.
John Lpuip, Simeon.
r .-i . f Flg of thcFico
AiiiML - jai lllv., s song
School. - i
Dialogue. I'edig cp Anonymous'
Aunt Uetty. Kelckoina Uaul.
Mtiry. lona Iuimalac.
It-citation Spnrttieus to the Roman .
Itccltatlon Apostrophe to Water....
liecitation -Supposed Speech of lle-
Chas K. Aksui.
Dialogue "Eh! What Is It?'
t hira, Wm. Young.
"Murcho, Charles li Akau.
Major, 1). Kiiiuukiiuiihoii,
t harlot, D. Kiipoliakiuiohewa.
Kate, Kelckoina N'aukana
Servant, lona Kiinialnc.
-Tiw:.f ce the. -citing Sun...
M,l!, Wanderer's ong :
Distribution of Prizes.
,?.. .. Hawaii I'onoi.
. SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
BBPoitr. M'cur.i.r j.
Tuesday, July 23d.
The King vs. Woo San. Excep
tions, from riiir Circuit. Aigucd
and submitted. J. A. Mngoon for
M. Green vs. Trustees of Ilis
Majesty. Equity appeal. Argued
and submitted. A. S. Ilartwell for
plaiutiff, F. M. Hatch for defend
ants. Hawaiian Government vs. Hawai
ian jTi-ainwnys Company. Equity
appeal" Attorney-General for plain
tiff, Hatch and Neumann for defend
ants. Argued and submitted.
G. W. Macfarlano vs. Minister of
Finance. Appeal from order of
PrcBton, J., refusing peremptory
writ of mandamus. Ordered abated,
en account of the resignation of the
Minister of Finance. Neumann and
Carter for pluintiiF,Attorney-General
Wednesday, July 21th.
The King V9.- Patrick Hayes.
Maiming. Tried before the follow
ing jury: C. M. Cooke, 15. L.
Lewis', W. D. McWuyne, F. J. Hig
gms, C. W. Grey, G. Koch, J. K.
Bid well, F. D. Vickc, E. F. Bishop,
G. Lucas, Jr., E. C. Rowcs and V".
Maerteua. Paul Neumann to assist
prosecution, F. M. Hatch for de
fendant." at ciiAMUKits iir.ronn runsTOX, J.
In re estate of Kaao (w), late of
Honolulu, Oaliu, deceased, intestate.
Petition of lCanukanui (k), admin
istrator, for allowauco of accounts,
discharge and final order of distri
bution. Ordered that accounts be
allowed, but that hearing in ic dis
charge and linal order of distribu
tion' he continued until Monday,
Julv 29. 1880. . C. Adit for
petitioner, W. O. Smith for Z. Kau
palolo. liKioiti: uoi.r. j.
In re estate of Geo. Engelhardt,
lato of Honolulu, Oahu, deeeabed
testate. Petition of L. A. Thuri
ton mul 0. Jiolte, executors, for
allowance of accounts and discharge.
Ordered that the executors' aceountu
be allowed and master's report
thereon confirmed, that they bu dis
charged and their bund cancelled,
and thut the dividends (11. 3 1) due
the Hilo Fern Co., unpaid because
no one found representing it, bo
paid into Court, to be held' subject
to tho demand of any one authorized
to receipt for it. V. O. Smith for
Wr.DNKSiiAY, July 24th.
A wahine forfeited bail nf 0 for
Ilaawinauupo was fined 8100 for
Belling liquor on a Sunday without
Frank Antone for assault anil
battery was fined 93, 10,
IGCd & HiiilUl HEWS,
A old olnnod-rlag luwlnon loet.
Ci.ORt.vn rxcrcittf'a nt "Royal Vohuol
Tun Alukca nnd Fori street tram
lines worn opened lliie tnoi ning.
Thu oar-biting cao i? tin in the
StipifiiH rottrl before a foreign Jury.
Tin: odlcoof Dr. .1. M. Whitney,
dentist, will he closed fiuin July 30th
to September 2d.
A itKUTi.vo of the Honolulu A Hon
will be held this evening nt 7:30
o'clock nt its bull.
Tiik Hritish bark I.mly Harewood
look (10 Chinese passcngera for Hmig
kong this iifteriioon.
Aiiout twenty couples of our young
society people had a moid enjoyablu
dance nt the Caid;ii hibt evening.
The Maiiposa. is duo fiom tho
Colonics Friday night or Saturday
morning, en routo to San Friuidtico.
Mr.. A. J. Caitwright will in act all
matters of bupiiuw for Mr. Jan.
Stcincr, during the hitter's uhfuncc
ft oin tho Kingdom.
A Micr.-n.vo of tho Reciprocity Sit
gar Company will bo held at 10
o'clock to-muirow morning at the
otlico of Hon. J. S. Walker.
0,v Tuesday the 30ih, tit 10 a. m.,
Mr. L. J. Levey will sell tho entire
hoiif-ehold furnituro nt tho residence
of Mr. M. Green, 210 Fort street.
It is probable. that a game of base
ball between tho ITiuvaiis and the IJ.
S. S. Adams' nine may be played on
Saturday commencing at, i o'clock.
Tun advcilihcnumt of the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New
Yoik wab rofciretl to by a wiong
luini! ycbterd.iy. The document it
self will correct the error.
Mns. Jones and Mrs. Darrin of
San Francisco, who have been visit
ing in Honolulu the past two weeks,
return fo-iiiorro'- on thu schooner
Rofealind. Several patties have been
given in their honor by their frieuds
in this city.
The section of tho O.ihu Railway
from Palama into town is being
vigorously piibhed in construction.
Bridge building lias also been begun.
The Deulchaliuid-is daily expected
from Bremen with rails, and after
her arrival tho road will be hastened
Mn. David Dayton left on the Like
like to vibit Aloha Lodge Xb. .'J K. of
P. at Wailuku. He was to take the
Kinau at Maalaca Bay this morning
and proceed to llonokaa, Hawaii, to
institute a new lodge tlicro to be
known ns Mailo Lodge No. !. On
August 12th the members of Mystic
Lodge leave for Honoknu to perfect
the institution of tho new lodge.
EVEHTSTH IS 'EVENING.
Seryice at ,St. Audrcw'B Cathe
dral, rtt 7:1)0. Choir rehearsal, at
Oahu Lodge No.
Mystic Lodge No,
1, K. of P
2, K. of 1
Service at 'Central Union Church',
at 7 :3().
Meeting Honolulu Arion Society,
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rilles, at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
IIT J. F. MOUOAX.
At 12 o'clock noon in front of
salesroom, seven horses from welt
known stock. The attention of
owners of stock is called to this sale.
IlY l. j. i.uvr.Y.
At 10 a. in., continuation of cre
dit sale of a fine assortment of new
and desirable goods ex 'recent ar
rivals. SOCIAL' ENTERTAINMENT.
Last cTuuing the members of tho
Rev, II. II. Gowen's bible class, to
to the number of thirty or more, had
a social entertainment at the St. An
drew's Sunday Schoolroom. The
interior of the building presented a
very pretty appearance, decoiated
ss it was with Howors, mottoes and
evergreens A number of the boys
gave songs and recitations, after
which theru was a magic lantern ex
hibition. Refreshments, consisting
of some of Mr. F. Horn's delicious
ice cream and cakes and soda water,
were berved, A most onjoj'able
evening was spent by all present.
The closing exercises of Pohu
knina Girls' School this morning,
were exceptionally interesting, anil
the attendance of visitors was en
couragingly large. ino primary
classes taught by Miss Atkinson and
Miss Dlulolt evinced careful train
ing as well as commendable pro
gress. The higher grades conduct
ed by Miss Corney, Principal, and.
Miss Barnard aro deserving of spe
cial mention. Tho reading, writing,
drawing, recitations, dialogurs, sing
ing and other exercises of the va
rious classes in these grades, wero
comparatively excellent and reflect
ed meritoriously on both scholars
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Schools, and Mr. W. W.
Hall, member of the Hoard of Edu
cation, were present during tins ex
ercises anl were evidently pleased
at the results. Among other visitors
at tho school wero Mrs. Breton,
Mrs. A. T. Atkinson, Miss May At
kinson, Mrs. Barnard, Mr. (J. H.
White and a large number nf natives.
i-ww, W4i4wi nWmi4-M. n.. I..
Itn)oi't i Dv, l;miriiiii, t'r'trtint
nf tlm lliuuil nr Hiiillh, on llln
VIrII to Xorili mul, Hniilh lUuii,
.liitio UHtli .to July 13i)i. IHhl).
(rciitlemcn: I have Uio lionor to
report that in pur.-uanco of tho plan
for inypocliiiK thn sehoel- of North
tmd rutli Iiona, 1 left Honolulu on
the S. ,s. W. G. Hall, Friday, June
28th, and ariived at Hookcuu on
The schools were examined in the
following order: Papa, Opihall,
Alae, Hookeiia, Kul, ttonaunau, Na
poojioo, Kotiawaetia, Knnnnlua, Pa
hoehoe, Kailtin, lluiiukobau and Kn
lnoa. Tho total number of scholars
ox'anViiieil'wns 400, bovs 233, girls
According to a memorandum fur
nished by tlie lnspccloi-Geiieral of
Schools thu number of children in
these schools should be G00. llear
iug that many of the pupih would
absent themsdves fiom thu schools
by reason of fatao reports an to
what it was the intention or the
doctor to do to them, 1 found it
necessary to quiet their fears and
win their confidence by gentleness
and diplomacy. 1 accordingly pro
cured a number of little articles like
slate pencils and lish-hooks, and
gave one to each pupil that present
The number examined atlloolccna
on the first day was -10, but as a re
sult of this measure this number
WH3 increased by 32 more on the
At Kcauhou the whole school ab
sented itself, and no examination
It is my opinion that in future it
will bo a wise policy to have vacci
nation done independently of nnd at
another lime from the cxaniiua'ion
of the schools. In this way one
souicc of fear will be icmovcd, and
the number of absentees at the time
of the doctor's visit for examination
will be very much decreased.
1 am huppy to be able to state
that I found the health of the
scholars to lie very satisfactory and
none of those examined were affect
ed with leprosy. Four of the num
ber examined seemed to me to be
somewhat suspicious cases, and their
names will be given to the District
Physician for inspection.
The accompanying table will show
the numbo7 of boys and girU ex
amined at each school :
,T. II. R. A main., l
. Iosepa Iloli a
.J. J. Nam no . . . 0
.W. Apela n
.Jno. Na :t
.Zakaio Nahuha. :i
Napoopou.. .Noniijin Logu.l
Napoopou.. .'AuTofi Suln '
Kou.-iwaciia. . Mrs. Suntcr. . . .'Jl!
Knawaloa....Rcv.S.H. Davis . 0
Pahoehoe....W. Midler -10
Kailua T. Aiu 5S
llonokohau.. Louis Olo'ila... '.)
Kalaoa J.W ILL Kihe . i
233 173 -100
I cannot leave this subject witlf
out expressing my appreciation of
the good educational work that is
being done in this district. The
Kona district has the mriit numer
ous Hawaiian population of any out
district, and it is a matter for con
gratulation that thf average of health
is so high, and that only four out of
four hundred and six, less than one
per cent, should be in the slightest
degree open to suspicion.
Regarding tho lepers in Kona 1
would say that the tusk of appre
hending them is a slow and dilllcult
I'mni-taaable lepers seen H 0 M
Hiding & probably lepers 10 1 II
Not seen piolmb y li-pcrs S 11 1G
Removed probably lepers-
(I to Kohala) 8 1 I)
Suspect (not Including
the 4 school childinii).. 1 -J C
Unknown, no iraeu of.... 2 2
Dead 1 1
Not lepers 3 10 13
41 31 72
Several of this number have been
already sent to Honolulu. Iu re
gard to the actual number now in
the districts repcrt has greatly ex
Unmistakable seen 11
Illdim: piobiibly lepers 11
Not seen piobably IcpcM 10
N. 1$. KMKRSON,
I'resldeut Hoard of Health.
Cleiks iu the postal service sny:
"Never use a vquaro envelope. Wo
men in o more in the habit of using
them than men. A square envelope,
large or small, but especially large,
is anathema in the eyes of a postal
The wise traveling public wll in
sure its trunks against Hood and
fire, will carry identification cards
and a coil of rope in case of emer
gencies. Life preservers will form
a part of the baggage nf tho more
David Laurie of Glasgow has re
fused 810,000 for the famous "Al
ard" Stradivarius violin, but $12,
f)00 has now been offered on behalf
nf an American, and thu matter is
under consideration. The "Alard"
formeily belonged to J. 15. Vail
laiimc, the expert, who gave it to
his son-in-law, M. I)clphiu Alard,
violin professor ot tlio Paris Con
servatoire, who sold it to Mr. Lau
rlu. It is dated 1715,
J. tulvurlUe in the "Daily lluUetiti '
Cortunaridng at fiiSO o'edock iLIt
morning tlm pupils of tho higher
classes nt St. Louis College were ex
amined in Latin, French nnd Ger
man, the result being ry vitls
factory. At 10:30 the ' pupils had their
military drill on the parodo ground.
Among thnsn present ns spectators
were Hie Klght. Rev. Bishop ofOllia.
Mons. d'Anglade, Fiench Commis
sioner; ?i'iihor L'annvarro, Portu
guese Cotiunisiioner ; Very Rev.
Father Lvoiior, Mr. S. G. Wilder,
Mr. T. A. Lloyd. Ments. C. 11.
White and J. U. Kawalnul, a repre
sentative of the ButtL-m, and a
large number of the parents of the
pupils and friend-i of the Institu
tion. The boys ol the second division
were the first to full in. -They num
bered 31 in charge of Jcise Maka
inai, with John Criwdrr Nt lieutim
aut, and John Long 2d lieutenant.
One of the I1033 eairKd a very hand
some Hawaiian flag made and pre
sented by Mrs. Ellh, while fourteen
carried ppeai 4 deiorntcd at the lop
with red, while and blue libbont,
the remainder carrying rilles. As
they stood in line the division pie
sented a very pretty sight. Their
marching by twos and four-' and
countermarching wero exceedingly
good, the movements being executed
with precision. The marching by
frout of company and the wheeling
in circle was vury lino and ioudly
cheered by the spectators.
At the call of bugler John Lane
the first division, consisting of the
larger boys and numbering 21, fell
into line in command of W. F. Ka
ne, Jesse Makaiuai 1st lieutenant,
Richard L-.me 2d lieutenant. James
Lloyd handled Hie Hindi drum with
much skill. The marching was
really excellent, every movement
being done quickly at the word of
command. The bayonet, and sabre
exercises wore most creditably done
and elicited loud praise from those
present. Brother Henry, the mili
tary instructor of the college, is
entitled to much credit for thu high
degree of proficiency attained by
the boys. The drill was concluded
shortly before noon. This afternoon
the college band is ghing a concert
011 the premises.
and Lov 15a.
D Uery, . Hnlf.round
Ring, bcuriny llie names of "lltnry,
Kiniii it Chutley'1 Inside. Tbr fltiiler
on rciutaiiis said ring t Love's lUkerj
will tie suitably rewarded. SOtHi
will bj closed lroai Julv
DURING my temporarr nbsenre from
tlio Kingdom Mr. Alex J. Crut
Wright, Sr., will aci for inc iu All lnitteis
pertaining to my personal late nnd
ili'nus. .IAS. STKINEU
Honolulu, July 24, UMI. 3(3t
A FEW barrol of tho above J-nt ic.
cuhed per S. N. Castle, for snip by
CASTLE A COOKE.
Carrhigo For Sale Clieap.
-j NEW O-.tiuidir Car.
J. rioiro jim flnitlietl
mid hundnouielv trimmed
in flrst rlasx slyk-; rniiit be iuinifdiniely
sold U close ii ns'i;iimrii'. Applv to
HAWAIIAN HUtjINESS AOKNOY.
Fiirnluhed Cottiigo To Let.
(jjjj", A SMALL Cottge In per
jfc55rcS xi. feet order -1 room?, part
tWiiTiTili l.V fill nl jhpd with Uiosrpito
pioof doors and windows arid kitchen.
Conveniently situated iu a healthy loca
lity. Hent ibiiMinuhl to good tenant.
HAWAlfAN IJUSINErJS AGKNCy.
Coltngc To Let.
NEW one story Cottage
on upper part or l.Uliia
street, coti.altiin 5 rooms
n'cely i:ipered and painted, bath room,
kilo en, idee lawn, shade trees, etc.
Will be rented reasoiitiblo to a g'od tru
ant. HAWAIIAN 1UJSINES.5 AGENCY.
STOKE TO LET
TMIE rilore lntflv iifrmnirrt
.1 by K. C Ruwr. Wnv't
Hlrek, King streit. nt rcasoD.
alile fill d ,'os'""'i'in eivon M mr
HAWAIIAN nt'SINES.S AGENCY.
1 woiuid-i. ulcei's,
galH, piouil tlesli and
soies of eeiy deserlii-
2s?' tlon to peiHoiH or aul-
intilx. Adopted by leading horse rall
loiid. club and livery MjIiIps, pic.. In
the I'liln-d State and tlsewhere. We
are piep.ircil to love ibis staleiuent by
tcstlinotiials and inferences to jilanteis
and liverymen In UiU Klugdotu,
Applv lo '
HAWAIIAN HL'SINK58 AGENCY.
ALMtGE assortinentol Photograph
and .Sioioosoopio Views of the
niort altraotlvu n-eucry, Imlldlngs, etc ,
In then. Islands, for salr. at reasonable
'"llAWAIIAN UUSINESd AGKNCY.
Corner Foil and Mciclmnt sticets.
C anvassor Wanted.
N activo mini to mtiko a thorough
canvass of these Ulauds for thu
sale of article? of merit. A permanent
aiuPliicnUlvo situation to it coiiipetcut
purson. AddrewltU icfoicnceii Post
Ollk'it Lock llox No, 1151. Honolulu, U.I.
iim.iV $ im
VttlU'Cl'aill.Mt ltri.i ... 1. 1
irun.ii.Hiiii' ...fi.i ,. in,,
L eotiiliwmi oxrutir nf
l'iiu'libowl nnd lir tint
Mrucli, wntil.1 bo veiy oonveiiii'iit fur 1
strull futility. . 5.iS Cut
-J .; .1 1 1,'r ,M-nV a fur
JL lli!if 1 li"ll r : iiito :iil-
jiiluliig but illM'onnci'toil ii
unit 1i.it li. -ul 11I1 1' lor a 'infill
Addit 'X." Iiri.tmi.vomee.
.aula, OO-iVKNIRNT itomimfor
ft V. tmslni-M onict-io'r lo.lg.
iSp'a big npHrtments 011 theoeurmjl
II .orovi-r the frii't "lore on King mroct,
tills rity. "Ulot.i- tlnti-l I'ikuiIh-i" In.
ipilro hi thu fruit More.
Sis I'-'l AH rilKW.
t'OITAHK' nml l't(-ml-i
5m2S '' "'i
on r inin. 1 s'icri. mi n r.M.
EaiiSSia ..ni'iix n-.'-T.'. An- tv
.1. At. .MONH.RRT.
( tntwtUin-. illui-K. Mui'litOit .l.
Ktnlilc8 it L'uxturutfu To Let.
I .i.Ulil,l.liM' Stilik-s con
111.1l 7 nc ,! l'lisiiirc I.-Hul. t,u
amuli struct, iifir King, fuiincily much.
pled liy Mr. 'ute, pioprletnr'of 1 lie
IMiimii Uu. To lot on very inoilerati
ternif. Apply to
J. K. tlROW.V & CO.,
2.1S tf 28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE or .LEASE
ftJ&Jk T.7 0USIC anil Vrrinires at
?fh - Iwilrl, lloaolid'i IIoue
H cnniuini thre Dree snd two
siiinil rooiiH nml li'i'l muiI 11 lame iittlc.
Co lagu with thice rooino on Hie jitc.
mistR; i:ok Mil b.i'li li"ut! Sinbli
with tbne 1 n ' I nnd catrlsigc lui.-c;
sliuilc urn! fr'iil iri'.'K o-i iln- ji- t-c'.
Apply 10 J. M. MON-'AKIiAT.
Ciirtv.riMl.t's ll'orlt, .Mvl(htil;t.
, TO -nucha p n
i$S--s liact of l.-iml,
. sijJ mote or Irs. I
nil one of the
10 (.00 nrrer.
mine or Ii-s. I.cnve ollt-rs
wllh mui'iiient ol nrlre. sub:
A. S. 0!)," llULLRTlN Olllce. W, tin
Horse, which will
nlso en undor fttlllr.
Address".!. H.Nu. 100,"
at thir. olllce. :10." 3t
FOK SALE CHEAP
ktiimal ior a bin), anil
Co't Kmldlo. 'bridle.
' - etc , throw n in to make
Apply at this etlit.c. Sol ll
FAT BEEF CATTLE.
Hundred Head of
at Si pern for rale, at
Island of Htiwaii.
DAArlD KA A III UK
HAS iho beit and rhenpest Hlnek
Rui-k, Corsl, ijand and Soil for
sale in n'.y quanii-v. Apply hi the law
office or Willium C. Aehl, No. l,( Mm
chant street, Honolulu, 11. 1. "01 :int
Europesui Billiard l'arlors.
""IIE Hnmlnomest Rillliird Parlors in
X i lie city, titnl fifed up iu the most
approved iylu. Four tables w ilh nil tin
J. P. 150WEN ,t CO.,
270 If I'ropih'iotn.
New Zealand Jains !
JUST roncived a consignment of New
Zealand .lams, assorted cases. For
side Hi-low prici-x bv
J. E. 1JROWN & CO.,
m tf t'8 Merchant street.
Men Policy Holders
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States.
nru rccpPCt'iiHy reipiOHtcd Id
cae nnv rliitcnictils am uuitlit liy
itiiuiitM of oilier cnmpaiiicii airiiiiHt thf
Equitable or iti motlioils, to lay the
metier prcmpHv liufo,o
A. J. UARTWRIGHT,
231 If General Apnt for Haw. U.
"Facts are Stubborn Things."
At every age, on'evcry premium
table, and in every year, the AC
TUAL RESULTS of TonlijiP Policies
of tlio New Yoik Lifu Insurance Co.
have been LARGER than those OF
ANY OTHER COMl'ANY issuing
BJtT For pailieul.irs apply lo
C. O. IJKlMJKli,
Uen'l Agont Hawaiian Islands.
y UW. B.L
Over 1,000 Pieces of While & tey EnbroHenes,"
Torch 011 g
Also, Large Lies
W1LL BC CLOSED OUT AT AN
(Ireat liug.iiii c.ui be jbUined by calling at the Temple of Ka-.bion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
0-8 Heel it Spring lipid
8-1UJ Heel A- Spring lied
11-laJr lied .t Spring lied
i Heel i Spring lied
Manufacturers- Shoe Company, Hotel Street.
Ladies! Haye You Seen the Latest?
AND ASK FOR THE
fiOr- ALL Tin;
!S FOIJT STKKKT. HUXOI.tJUJ.
fiWLffi"'TOi3 jCiiiw f
B. f. EHLERS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
0- N. 11. On and after May
of our Drontiitilcitig llrmnu.
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