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HONOLULU CARNAGE CO.
Hack stand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, i)0".
SATURDAY, OCT. , 1888.
Utim- Likellkc from Maui
Stmr Mokolll fioin Molokul
Stmr Lohim from Unmnkun
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellke lor Knhulul and liana at
5 p m
Stmrl.chua for Iltunnkua nt 0 p m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p in
Stmr Kuala for Wninluu and Wninnnc
at !) a in
From Knhulul and wav ports per
stmr Ldludlku, Oct 0 A Mnelalr. W A
Hardy, J U Kawaimii and wife, O
Unnn, Sing Yon, J X Sponecr, Mrs.F A
I'almor. O Fo-tor. F U Duff, II A Giles,
H 1) WallbildKe, Ml"s 11 DowmjU, li
rierco, Awana, Y Jl in, Mrs Lee Put,
Kim Fun, Sum Uuu and 7" deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stair Lclma 23 lid of cattle.
Stmr LiikidlKu i:)ir l)'n'3 sugar, 151 l)gs
potatoes atid S!) bgs of corn.
VESSELS IN PORT.
II B M S Cormorant. Jasper Xicolls
IJgtne W G Irwin, McCulloch
Sldp Daniel Humes, Strover
US S Alctt, Graham
Hawaiian uk J.aily l.ampson, Sodcrgren
Bk U D llryant, hoc
The .steamer Kitiau will ho due here
The Alert lnul tcam up to condense
water this muniing.
The steamer Cummins was feeding
the bk Bryant with sugar to-day.
The Lady Lumpheu took sugar from
the steamer Hall this forenoon.
The Mol Wahine and Kauikcaouli
will receive frciglil at Allen & Itoblu
TlieLebua will take a 00-foot smoke
stack for YVaiakca mill next week.
The steamer Jlikahala has been tho
roughly cleaned and will sail on her
usual route next Tuc-day.
The Jlnkolil is docked at Brewer's
wharf, where bhe is taking in the bal
ance of the freight left oVer from last
week on account of her being full.
A very heavy swell from the X AV
prevailed at Hamakua this week. Yes
terday one of the hehua boats was car
ried by the swell on to the rocks and
broken to splinters. Xothing of tho
boat worth saving was left.
EVANS October :iid, to the wife of T.
13. Evans ot Lahalna, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
V. O. S. Jinks is in town.
Cucam pics and cakes at tho Elite
. . .
Red holokus are fashionablo at
Mn. N. Schwartz publishes a card
Tub Anglican Church Chroniclo
for October has been delivered.
Tin: Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co.
has accepted a charter or incorpor
ation. It is reported that Jumbo arrived
at Kauai safely and in good condi
tion. a .
ITib Majesty the King returned on
the V. O. Hall yesterday from Kai
Tin: annual meeting of the Wai
anae Company will bo held October
JCth at 10 a. m.
A co-rAKTNi:nsJinj notice relating
to tho Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co.
Tin; "Press Publishing Company"
will hold its regular quarterly meet
ing October 13th, at 2 p. in.
IIkguIiAU monthly meeting of Ho
nolulu Typographical Union No. 37
will bo held this evening at 0:30
Tin: oiliccra of tho Hawaiian Fruit
iuuI Taro Company elected for the
ensuing year appear in another
Cou Sam Norris leaves on Tues
day next ou tho W. G. Hull to tnko
possession of his recont purchase, tho
To-jionuow, Oct. 7th, tho 1st Sun
day of (he month, an English hor
inon will ht delivered at tho Roman
Catholic Cathedral at the 7 a. in.
Mit. Chas. N. Spencer, Inspector
General of Immigradts, returned this
morning from a two weeks tour of in
fipeetion on tho ibland of Maui. Ho
found things in a very satisfactory
condition. Several suggestions mndo
by tho inspector have been acted
Jilt. G. "W. C. Jones bns presented
Mr. A. C, Simcrcon, purser of the AV.
G. Hall, with a substantial purso of
money, in recognition of valuable
fccrvieoB rendered fiom time to time.
Mr. Jones always travelled on tho
AW O. Hall between Honolulu und
Seai,i: tendujs will bo received up
to 12 o'clock midnight for tho build
ing of two four-ton hoown to bo de
livered on or about November 1st, for
uso in the transportation of freight
and passengers on (ho inland luko
on Kuuinunu sheet. For further
particulars enquire of the old man
at tho corner.
Thu officers and ctow.of .11. B. M.
!?. Corniornnt will attend service itl
St. Anchcw's Cathedral at 11 o'clock
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Music at Yoscniit'c skating rink at
Meeting for men only at Brewer's
block at 7:30.
Typographical Union No. 37 at
AUCTIOTSALES OH MONDAY.
nr t.. ,i. i.kvuy.
At 12 o'clock noon, hacks, har
ness, horses, sulky, brake, cart etc.
Also a lot of ground barley, mid
dlings and wheat.
bv j. f. Mor.o.vx.
At 12 o'clock noon, a lease of
three parcels of land situate at
Manoa Valley, cows, calves stallion,
farm tools etc.
Last Saturday morning a land
slide of many thousands tons of
earth occurred at Ookala, Hawaii,
near the landing. Part of the road
close by was covered by the slide,
but the landing proper escaped un
scathed. The slide was between
150 and 200 feel distance.
Instead of the usual Blue Ribbon
entertainment this evening, there
will he a temperance meeting for
men only, in the vacant store in
Brewer's new block, Hotel street,
at 7:30. It will bo an open meet
ing with brief addresses, to which
all men arc cordially invited.
U'l' ' m i
The public will be glad to know
that the Honolulu Amateur Mins-'
trcls will give a performance in the
Hawaiian Opera House, Saturday
evening, October 20th. Tho box
plan Cor the sale of seats will open
at 9 o'clock a. m., Thursdaj', Oct.
18th, at the store of the Hawaiian
News. Company, Merchant street.
It is safe to predict a bumper house
on this occasion.
WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS.
A meeting of the AYomans Board
of Missions was held Friday after
noon, in the vestry of the Central
Union Church, Mrs. II. Bingham,
the President, in the chair. Mrs.
L. McCully read a very able an in
teresting paper on 'AVomens Medi
cal Missions,' a discussion follow ing.
Letters were read from Mrs. Palmer
missionar3' in Micronesia, and Mrs.
Rand who at present is in America
for the benefit of her health. Some
account of the work among the
Chinese at "VYailukn, was given by
Mrs. Simpson. A report of the
Chinese Missionary work of Mr. F.
W. and Mrs. Damon was read. The
Board will establish a Chinese
school at Palama, and one in the
centre of Chinatown. The mission
work among Ilawaiians now being
carried on by Miss Helen Judd was
reported upon. A collection was
taken up amounting to fifty dollars.
SUPREME C0uRTlH CHAMBERS.
iiepoui: i'hi:ston J.
FltlDAY, Oct. 5.
Estate Mai Keaweamahi. W. C.
Achi for proponent; A. Rosa for
contestant. Ordered that tho will
be admitted to probate and that let
ters testamentary issue to Frank
Pahia under S 100 bond.
Fhiuav, Oct. 5.
S. R. Hole ct al vs. N. Perry.
Assumpsit for rent due, 850. V.
O. Smith for plaintiff. Judgment
for plaintiff for 59. -10. Appeal
J. Kmmeluth & Co. vs. Thomas
K. Nathaniel. Assumpsit for 822.
G5. Judgment for plaintiff for
Saturday, Oct. 0.
Kahunnkala and Iloonnulu were
each fined 87 for affray.
Four drunks contributed S2t to
Five Chinese charged with gam
ing were remanded to the 8th.
NATIVE AND FOREIGN JURY LISTS.
KpiTou Bulletin : On calling
the native jury roll at the Supreme
Court yesterday, the presiding Jus
tice remarked that the showing was
most creditable as compared with
the record of foreign jurymen
every man having answered his
name, and none asking to be ex
cused. Such nbstracL statomeiits are very
misleading. To make the compara
tive statement truo, the Justico
.should have said something liko
this: "Tho white men drawn on
Honolulu juries arc generally res
pectable business men whose lime
is very valuable, and whose Hervice
on a jury is a great loss to them.
On t)io other hand, the natives
drawn on the present jury arc in
great part ex-govertpnent officials,
who have been roccntly discharged
from their several positions, wUlvr
clomltt, and being out of a job, tho
$2 per diem jury fee is a strong
argument for punctual attendance,"
Meautimo, Mr. Editor, people
aro all wondering by what law of
chanco or general average or hocus
poena, nil the discharged native of
ficeholders under the ,'Hoform" re
gime have managed to find their
way on tho jury for tio current
Till? Pi ft tip I ff mnnnri I Httf vv tum i It l t nntttnl nn1 I BUCIUCPO trtf J S rr r m . ar nm r r - w r - ?". rt a BD
inr inri iir tiiimiK.-t. v.'-' ."'"'" J,''i'' v.w-i-- nu i nuoniEO i i etna, a . wtn;yi i, y- r,r w-- .. :- a - . ith m ii mm
inr. ciiAt.T.UNur. or Tin: ATroiiNi'.v-
gknt.uai. Ai:nt;i:t niii-'oni:
Tin; ifi.t. cocut.
In the Supremo Court this morn
ing the challenge interposed by the
Atlorucy-Gcncral ngninst tho panel
of jurors for the October term was
argued before Chief Justice Judd,
Justices McCully, Preston, Bicker
ton, und Dole. There was a full at
tendance of members of the bar.
Attorney-General Ashford said
that he hud interposed a challenge
to the jury panel, the objection be
ing that that it had not been drawn
by the ofllcer designated by the str.
tute. By an Act passed August 21,
1SK8, by' the Legislature, Chapter
37, section . says that certain duties
heretofore performed by the Gov
ernors of drawing jurors lias been
transferred to the Chief Cleikof the
Supreme Court. I'he list of jurors
was not sisincd by Mr. YV. Foster,
Clerk of the Supremo Court, but by
Mr. Henry Smith, Deputy Clerk.
It is also signed by the Chief Jus
tice as Judge of a Couit of Record.
The Legislature, in passing this sta
tute, imposed on a particular ofllcer
the duty of getting a list of name?.
This discretion used by that olllccr
would secure a jury of intelligence
to render an unbiased verdict. It
had been said there was no Chief
Clerk. The Legislature put the
words "Chief Clerk" in the statute
with some intent and it would be for
the Court to inquire into it. In or
der for the jury to bo accurately and
regularly drawn, it would bo neces
sary for the words "Chief Clerk" to
be expunged from the statute. It
may be argued that any woik of the
Chief Clerk could be done by his
deputy, lie would not argue against
that. The word "Chief" gives a
personal limitation and identifica
tion to that one person.
Mr. A. S. llaitwell said The
consequences of quashing the entire
panel of jurors arc so serious, in
volving an entire failure of justice
for at least six months, as far as
jury trials go, are so serious, that I
do not think the Court will take such
action if this is a matter of discre
tion with them. No objection to
the personnel of tho jury is now
made, whether on the ground of
prejudice, interest or bias of
any kind. Such objections if
they exist can bo made when
any jury is drawn and
such jurors would be disqualified
from sitting. This irrogularit-, it
it be one, does no harm, as it is not
claimed that the deputy eleik who
drew this jury was not entirely fair
and impartial. A challenge to the ar
ray for indifferency of the Sheriff in
drawing the jury under the English
statute is not allowed. The King
vs. Edmonds, I 13. and Old. -171.
So of irregularity in drawing a
jury from a portion only of the
country. Com. vs. "Walsh 12-1
Mass. 32, Pago vs. Damon, 7 Met.
But the statute declares that all
the duties which devolve upon the
clerk may be performed by his de
puty. This means that the duties
of tho clerk which maj' be so per
formed shall be those required of
the clerk at any time, whether by
earlier or later statutes.
If the clerk who may be regarded
as the chief clerk was in this case
absent from the kingdom, the first
deputy clerk, Henry Smith, was in
fact the principal or chief clerk of
In any way ot looking al the ques
tion, it is in the interests of justice
that the panel bo not (plashed.
Mr. William Foster stated ho left
the country on July 31st before the
Act was passed.
Mr. W. O. Smith submitted that
the jury had been drawn correctly
under the statute. Tho argument
of the Attorney-General against
"Chief Clerk" was fallacious and
unsound. There was no such of
ficer known as Chief Clerk.
Several questions wero hero asked
by the different Judges after which
the Altorney-Genural closed the
argument. Ho referred to the fact
that W. O. Smith was the member
of the Legislature who moved an
amendment to tho statute in ques
tion to have the work "Chief" in
serted before cloth.
Tho decision of the Court is re
served. A VAST FLEET.
As our time is so completely occu
pied with filling the orders 'of. our
numerous patrons, we have not tho
required leismo to connect the
"French Restaurant" that wo had
in contemplation, with our present,
business ; in tho meantime wo will
"mobilize" our arms of cooks, ste
wards and other assistants tolill our
vast licet of "schooners, yachts,
etc.," with the Joint WiclumVn
Vehjmled Philadelphia Iittyer
leer, that Is bo cool and invigorat
ing to the system and to bo had at
(15 2t Doun it Mn.i.Kit.
Y. M. C. A. Compel lrahe Service
at ii:ilO p. m. Come and In lug u friend.
Cn intern. JCov. .(.
Services at J 1 a. ill.
KAWAIAIIAO ClU'UCH. Kcv. 11. II.
Parker, pastor, .Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching at 11 A. m.
Si:vi;mu Pav Aivi:mhiT Mission
llAM.-Hi-i-vlco at 7:jOj. in.
JloitMDN Cnriifii. Sen lees In Ha
waiian al 10 . M. Services hi Kngllsli
will bo held at 2:00 p.m. All aro Invited,
Ot'r.r.x Emma Ham.. Gonc1 and
torn: service for Ilawaiians who sneak
KnglUh at atO v. M. Good singing.
Short talk'. Everybody wclrome.
T.W'.Ni:sn t'mivicn : Gopcl anil
Song Services at 11 a.m.; Bible Class
7:80 1 M., in the Japanese Y. M O. A.
Boom, Qm-eu Emma Hall, corner f
Beretanla and Nuuanu streets.
Ountiul Union Cnuitcn. Rev. E.
O.Bcekwlth, B. I)., pastor. Sunday
n'lionl and Hlblo class at 9:15 A. M.
Seivlces at 11 a. m., and 7:30 i M
Roman Catiiomo Cathuduai..
0 and 7 a. m., low mass with Holy Com
munion. Services hi Eiigllgh at 7 a.
r.:andat 10 a. M., high mass, with
sermon either In Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to the
tluee principal dltiereiit nationalities of
tlie church; 2 r. m., rosary anil cate
thm; 'l::i0 r. M.. iimtructlou and bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament.
CiiiKr.su Ciiuncit. Port street, near
corner Beretanla. 3Ir. Kong Shui Keu
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
D::t()A.M. Chinese ami Englhh Sun
day School, 2:!)0 r. m. Preaching 11
A.m. and 7:!!0 p.m. Bible class In
Chinese Y. 31. C. A. Hull, (5:30 p. m.
have service at C :;I0
and !)::i(l a. m.
Hawaiian Evensong at :):30 p. in.
Evening prayer with sermon at 0
o'clock p. in.
Second congregation Rev. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Services on Sunday:
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a.
in. Evening prayer and sermon at 7 :110
Holy Communion on the First Sunday
of the month at 11 :!" a. m.
Divine Service on Wednesdays at7:'.10
Chinese Cousregatioii, Rev. IT. B.
Goweti in charge. Morning prayer,
with urmou. at 11 :l"i a. m. Sunday
school, at 10 a. m. Evening prayer,
with sermon, at 7:30 v. m.
WHY HE DID NOT CO TO THE HOSPI
COULD I.UAP TIIIlOUfiH TUB AIU.
object in writing is two-fold :
to express my gratitude for a
great benefit, and to tell a short story
which cannot fail to interest the
feelings of many others. It is all
about myself, but I havo remarked
that when a man tells the honest
truth about himself he is nil the
more likely to be of use to his fellow-creatures.
To begin, then, you
must know I bad long been more or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
n complaint that you are aware is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain in certain seasons of
the year. Some months ago 1 had
a very severe turn of it, worse, I
think, than I ever had before. It
was probably brought on by my
catching cold, as we aro all apt to
do when we least expect it. Weeks
passed by, and my trouble proved
to be very obstinate. It would not
yield to medicine, and as I also be
gan to have violent, racking pains in
my limbs and back, 1 became great
ly alarmed. I could neither cat nor
sleep. If I had been a feeble, sick
ly man, I should have thought less
strangely of it ; but as, on the con
trary, I was hearty and robust, I
feared some new and terrible thing
had got hold of me, which might
make my strength of no avail against
it. I say, that was the way I
Presently I could not even lie
down for the pain all over my body.
1 asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and he frankly,
"I am sorry to have to tell you that
you are getting worse!" This so
frightened my friends, as well as
myself, that thoy said "Thomas,
you must yo to the Hospital; it
may he your only chance for lift!"
But I didn't want to go to the
hospital. Who does, when he
thinks he can possibly get along
without doing it? I am a labouring
man, with a largo family depending
on me for support, and I might al
most as well be in my grave as to
be laid on my back in a hospital
unable to lift a hand for months,
or God only knows how long. Right
at this point 1 had a thought Hash
across my mind liko a streak of suu
shine in a cloudy day. I had heard
and read a good deal about Mother
Scigel'n Ctuativc Syrup, and I re
solved, beforo consenting to be
taken to the hospital, I would try
that wcllknown remedy. On this I
gave up the doctor's medicine and
began taking the Syrup. Mark the
wonderful result! I had taken but
three doses within twenty-four hours
when 1 was seized with a fit of
coughing, and threw up the phlegm
and mucus off my chest by the
mouthful. Tho Syrup has loosened
and broken it up. Continuing with
the Syrup, the racking pain, which
I believe came from the bitter and
poison humors in my blood and
joints, soon loft mo entirely, and I
felt like going to sleep, and I did
sleep sound and quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural appetito, and
as I ate I soon got strong und well.
felt 1 could leap throuyh the
air with deliyht!
In a week I was able to go to my
work again. It doesn't seem possi
ble, yet It is truo, and tho neigh
bours know it. There are plenty
of witnesses to prove it.. And,
therefore, when I say I preach the
good nows of the great power of
ScigeFs Syrup to cure pain and di
sease far and wide, nobody will
wonder at inc.
MR. CIiub. Phillip is tho authorized
colkctor for"0 huso Hawuiinuo."
I A. DIAS.
Editor "O Luto llnwullium."
MUSIU furnished ior balls, patties
and borunadci bv Palmei's Strlug
Baud. Orders left at O. K. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone 1530, 74 tf.
I - ' I J ML rjl. ja Li . rs &" .1 J ... V MTOM T J
Jutictl imtcr Ht$ KeuJ ore charpt4 70 etiitl
ptr line for Ihtflnt iateilivn, and fi etntt jer line
cvtry amHHvnnl Imcrtlvn.
KEMIND mo now to buv voino of
those lovely Cieani l'lcs and
Cream Cakes they made to-day at ilia
KYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Burns' Mill.
WILLIAM FOSTER, Notary
Public. Honolulu. Mariue and
lire losses adjusted. Cl' lw
Steam Plough Engineer
IOU n Plantation a thoroughly com.
potent ami sober man is requited
to tnko charge of the Sicim Ploughs.
Must be a good Hlneksmit'i Apnlv to
G'i lw THEO. H. DAVIHS A CO.
YOUNQ German Woman with
a hoy of 2 vears of uce. wishes n
situation as general house serrnnt, and
is willing to work for low wage, (leod
town references glren. For paitienlnrs
apply at Bullktin Otiltc. r.S lw
A GENTLEMAN of over .10 years'
business experience wiih large
firms in England and this Kingdom is
open for a re-cnpngiincnt as Bonk,
keeper, Cubbicr and Correspondent. Be
fcienccs and testimonials of the highest
order. AddicM P. O. Box -ITG -film
THE TAHITI AERATED WATERS have
tlic greatest possible polity in the
method of preparing the gas and the
superior quality of the water used. Tho
gas undergoes tint purifying procc-s of
passine through tke water ol a fiO gal.
Ion tank, before being admitted to the
silver-lined retort in which llio liquors
are confined; and ihe water Is from an
artesian well. There is no surface waier
used in the nmmifacluie; no vegetable
decay; no auimnl matter; no jierins of
disease; nor anv impurity whatever.
Absolute purity of gas and "water make
the liquors rest in the wetken of
stomachs at all times; the machinery al
the SUNNY SOUTH FACTORY is kept r.cm.
pulously clean, and opera cd by steam
power; and, the bottles being n the
valve principle requiring no corks, the
use of corkscrews is avoided. Another
important consideration in the use of
vnlve-bottlca is that no metal is used in
KSTBcpot S3 Merchant Street, Hono
lulu. J. E. BROWN ifc CO.
BY TEE S. S. ZEMAlIi
THIS WEEK !
li llinery House
CMAS. J. FBSHEL,
Will receive a iino lino of
Lace Curtains !
Ami a general nshorlmnnt
Which wo will oiler nl very
CB-3AS. J. FiSHEL,
Tho Lculiny Millimuy House.
Corner ot Tort & Hotel streets
oCmrLc tiir frtdiBiuNi
63 and 65 i-QRT STREET.
Boys' Softool Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
Cr.T VliKY LOW PRICES
A full line of Ginrrunn !
Wo 'tll ..,.
gj2? For Gents, Ladies,
JBdUGS-JUS Ac COZMCJPA.WY".
fflfi fM Iff! Li
Bent s Fu
To 1ib fDunfl in a?v
aagzagzifflMu.Mt.Tn-.'j nr-1. csav
By "Lady Lnmpjon,"
50 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emit.a St
The undi-rfigni'il bees to inform tin
public of these lalundt Hint he H m:il:iug
SUirlM by IjfiHin-eii.Mj !
DirrolioiiK for Kjlf-iwT.Mirome' t will
bit ulvi-ii on upplicMlou.
A 111 gimruniui! by nuiklng .1 mmpli
Shirt to overy order.
Island order solicited Doll Tolepbono 410
A. M. MKLMS.
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Hnving cbtiihlUlvcd mi Agensy in tin..
City for the tulo of their innnu.
hvctures, which 111 e
Surpassed by ikne
In their llnu in the -wiirh), nn oj.pbriu
nlty is allured to P rc(iilrii) prnur
tlou of tholr Yulunblc trnin I'Im- r. i'
Theft to supply theiuiclvot u& turn
which defy competition.
C3j For piuti'.'ulurs Impiln a-rt
is'o. tfSMorcl.anti'l 1
lluui' ulu, il, (.
Proof Safes I
hiil Sine of Batiste !
2 33 ?J"OrX,IOIVrfai
Afisiie3 fc Children. jiJJ
(j:j & (55 Fort Street.
S a 2tf
s1orB iii tliB Kiusfloni !
TARO FLOUR !
ito . w lushing Taro Flour or Pol, in
! i'-iu!s aro icipiL'stcd to ring up
Mulu,il 5Dtl-aTETEPH0NEStSrBell 326
v 'i-u tb ir orders will be promptly
i nttended to. lm
J. A, GQHSALVES,
SToi't 1 reel, nJovo Hotel.
1'i'ilrUt. Cnbintit Size, $0 per dozen.
Card Size, 1 per dozen.
island & Samoan Views
ti per dozen.
Zg! For purcluiscrs of moro thau a
hiiiglo docu a reduction of $1 on each
dozen is uiDde. S9 In
Mr. A, m, Hewett,
Slater & Mstoler
VurpoEOi leaving for the Coast in
October prior to which ha
oilers the whole of his
Do not bo alarmed that you will not
bu able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
A? in San Francisco for Mr. Hewett la
going to select such n stock as will
uil lb u most fnstlilcous and
surprise our little city.
fcjyAll parlies now indebted to hha
u 0 ittfpecttully mpiestid to make
iiBintdmio settlement. 40 lm
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..jfiiii i,yit'li(f1itoiJKL " Vife. ' dL.t J
' Xi& V
il i ill1 1 iTild" iBMiTbiTiTOiTflWr