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Oceanic Steamship Company
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In connection with Ilia snlllng of the above (camera the agent ite ptf
pared lo Unite, to Intending passenger"., cmixm Ihrniigh llikcti lj- any rati
road from Bun KrancUco to nil point In the United Bute, end from Net
York by any itcAmahlp line to nil Diripran porta.
KOll PUltTIIKIl l'ARTICUI.ARB APPLY TO
Wm. G, Irwin & Co., Limited
nCNRUAti AOKNTH OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co,
accidental mil Oriental Steamship Co. ge Tojo KIsen Kalsoa
lleaa.f. ! tb. ..or. corapatitet nlll call l Hoai.lv.la and Inn nil pari oi at at. at ra.
.... I.t. pelowaeotloe.il....
For Japan and China:
Rio Je Jauelro
America Maru .
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rat tea.er.1 lalorat'loa "
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
Canadian - Australian Royal lail Steamship Company.
aWK3(BB4ti of ibt tbovt lint. niMlec It cemMCttoo with It CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
ttMM Vitcoo'. B.C,nJ byiMy, H. S, W., ae1 calller at Vktoila, B. C, Honolulu acd Br'ibani
lit DUE AT IIONOLIXU on or about th latca Hiow lUtH vln
MOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
For Brlibtoi iBdSyJntri
Wartlmoo .......DC. ti
MrTaroorb llctuit liiuti (rea. Honolulu to Can. la, Uotttl Statu aat Kurort. For Ffifttl aol
t -. all giotral Intormatloa, apply to
Theo. H. Dav.cs & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co. N
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S. "AMERICAN" has left New York for this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo on 0;tober 30tb.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" will be dispatched from New York on or before De
cember 30th for San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanalmo en route to Houo
lulu. Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Drooklyn, at all
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
' Agents. Honolulu
Wilder SteaihiD Do, Ltd.
8. 6. Klnau,
UOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Fnesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
Bakukal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Kihel,
(fakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lnu
anoehoe and Hllo.
ileturnlng will sail from Hllo on
Fridays at 10 a. m., for above named
ports, arriving in Honolulu on Satur
lays. Fassengers and freight will be taken
oar kfakena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
V, Hakalau, Honomu, Faoalkou and
'SfL... .nrf DAPKAnMS ONLY
araaavuM " . . . T .
lUl be taken for Kaunakakai, Lahalna,
l Bay, Kinei ana utupanoeuoe
8; 6. Claudlne.
WU1 leave Honolulu every Tueaday
at i d. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
kalul. Nahlkn, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
Mhulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
Sova named porU, arriving in Hono
htln Bnnday mornings.
WU1 call at Nuu. Kaupo, onca each
8. 8. Lehua,
MOLOKAI. MAUI, LANAI- . .
Us every Monday for Kaunakakai,
Cafi&alo. Maunalel, Kalaupapa. Lanal-
THonolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
a.ke changes in the time of departure
aV antral of ita steamers WITHOUT
HOT1CB, and It will not b responsible
or any conaequencea arising there-
I'onslgneea must be at the landing
receive meir roiuu --
uy will not bold Itself responsible
ior freight after It haa been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
! money or valuablse of passengers
wmaM placed In the care of the pur-
Passengera are requested to purchase
tickets before emoanong. imw
m. tn ,10 so will be subject to an ad'
Ittlonnl chame of twenty-five per cent.
The company will not ho liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nnr delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects of
wuweuBcrs. or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100, unices tho
value of the same bo declared when io
eelved by tho Company, and an extra
tharge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
alddcn to receive freight without de
livering a ehlpmont receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be aeen by ablppera
apon application to the pursers of the
Bhlppera are notified that It freight
la shipped without such receplt It will
t solely at the risk of the shipper.
0. L. WIOHT, President
B. B. IIOSE, Secretary.
OAPT, T, K. CLARK For. upt
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For San Francisco:
America Maru ..
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FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victoria tod Vtacouvar ID.CI:
i Miowcra,.. ic. t9
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FKOM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library, Cars, with Baiber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Acent,
ijj Third 'street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Get e.al Agent,
No. i Montgomery -St.. San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX.G.P. sT. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
0. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 11W
aTATIONS. Dally . Dallr
(Ottnri) u. Sn. ialli a. 9a, Dally Oalir
A.M. AM. AH. PJS. P.M.
HoocUlt f. 111 11.01 Ml I. la
Paul City.... 4 tiuo .4 vyi
SwaMIII an loot taica a ino
wauaaa ira. .... 4:41
Walalua 11. 11 .... .aa
Calrakt) lata .... In ....
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CaSon lilt .... a at
Walalua I.10 rje
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Bw. Mill if '41 iras 4 1.
PaallCtly .l l.ol lia 4 .
eaolala t.u l.n acj 1.6
F. C. Bmith, Oen'l Pan. tt Ticket
P.P. rumi'i. WniMirlriiendent.
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4. LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs, Annis Montague" Turner,
Vocal Studio, " JVllgnon "
7o Beretanla streeti Tel. 1114. ifa7tf
K. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ' .itar, Mandolin, Zither
Ukulels and Taro Patch.
Orders to b loft care of Wall, Nlcboli
Oi. ' V'vom MustoOo.'s lief
rOhlThis Headache MTTII take nGeaslcr'aT' Weill Wasn't tlintf"
and company at 2. .IMafllcllcndnchcWafcr'l i rIiraclc." I
take Gessler's Magic
AT ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE 10 f, 2W.
lit f IIS
Kan I'raiiclaco Dec. 3. Nlncttiri
dn)s weic octiiiilul by the nrmy trann
port Thomas In tho trip from Nngasikl.
In addition tn forty-six rahln passen
gers, the transport brought from Ma
nila 2t0 sick foIiIUth. oent)'-thrcc
illKchiirFnl Hoteliers, fori) -lle irU)i.
crs and about ten lnano sulilleri. mi I
from Nagnxagl eight dliich.irgiil rol
illers, tcnt)-lx sick KnMlcrs fnmi the
lumpltnl. thirteen prisoners anil tlni'o
nlon). The leuialns of seicnty
three ilcccnucil kiIiIIitb were also
lirniight from Manila, and tho ilrad on
board Included sewn sotillcrs who d cl
after the TIioui.'ih left NagiiHtH III"
body of the Into Col, E. H. I.lscutn of
the Ninth llpglmcnt came on the trans
port. Sierra Is Ready
For Maiden Trip
San KrnncUco, Dec. 2. l'or several
ilajs the new steamer Sierra haa liei'ti
taking on roal und preparing for the
trip to Sydney. Much of the Interlo;
furnishings of the vessel have been
taken out since her nrrhal from New
York, In order thoroughly to renovate
the vessel after her long trip from
Philadelphia, but they will be replic
ed and additional furnishings put In
before sho sails on December 12th.
Nearly all the passcngre necommo'lit
tlons on tho steamer were engaged be
fore her nrrhal here. There Is n capa
city for carrjlng C000 tons of freight In
the steamer's hold, and It Is reported
that there will bo little spare to sp.iro
when thp new vessel leaes for lie
maiden trip. Ilcforo her departure It
Is expected, the Sierra will be thrown
open to the public for Inspection. The
Sonoma, second of the Oceanic Com
pany's new steamers, will arrive with
in a few weeks from Philadelphia, tn
command of Captain Hayward.
Washington, Dee. 3. Secretary
Root's bill for the reorganization of the
army wan Introduced today by Chair
man Hull, of the House Military Com
mittee und at once referred to that
committee. Work on the bill has been
In progress and the measure now Is
practically completed and rcudy to be
reported. The report probably will bu
made tomorrow and Chairman Hull
says he hoped to begin consideration uf
the measure within a day or two, cer
tainly by Friday, with the expectation
of passing It In the House, before tuo
close of tho present week. Mr. Hull
says the requirements of the mllltaiy
Bervlco make It essential to pass the
measure without deluy. One of tli'j
changes In the bill made by the iom
mlttee today was to adopt an antl
cantcen amendment, offered by Mr.
Hay of Virginia, prohibiting the sale
of liquor on military property, trans
ports, etc Another change maelo
creates an Inspector of artillery. In
stead of a chief of artillery who Is to
be on th cstatl of tho general com
manding tho army.
UPHOLDS COLOR. COACH.
Washington. Dec. 3. The Kentucky
stato law requiring railroad compan
ies In that State to provide separate
coaches for colored passengers was
made the subject of nn opinion In tho
United States Supreme Court today,
the case being that of the Chesapeake
& Ohio Railroad Company vs. the
Stato of Kentucky. It came to this
court fium the. Kentucky Court of Alt-
peals. Tho opinion was handed down
by Justice llrmwi and the Kentucky
court's judgment In fnor of tho StaK
was atllrmed. Justice llrowu state I
that In this insu tho railroad company
had attacked the Mtntuto on tho ground
that It was unconstitutional In that It Is
interference with Inter-stnto commerce.
Justice Harlan dissented, stating liU
opinion tn lie that tho taw is un inter
fcicncu with Inter-stato roinineue am!
also taking tho position thnt the Ken'
tuiky Legislature has no right to class
Ify citizens by tolor In railway coaches.
Teacher Sixteen Iiojh went to tho
canal on a summer's doy to swim, but
five were told not to bathe. How mai y
went In? Sammy Sixteen.
lAT ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE 10 A25. 7HE25 SIZE HOLDS FOUR TIMES ASMANY AS THE 10. I
a headache in 20
THE 25 SIZE HOLOS FOUR TIMES ASMANY AS THE 10.
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... til 9 t6 i o a m. i ta
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Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 20m
slower than (Ireenwleh time, lieliiK
that of the meridian of 1S7 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same as Greenwich Oh, Om.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
and Qeodctlc Suncy Tables.
Musters of rssels sailing from this
port for San l'ranclsco will find thero
n branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
Oinin located In tho Merchants' Kx
change, where Is maintained. for their
iHiiellt free of charge, complete sett
of charts and directions of tho world.
Laicst Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocem
MOVKMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Stenmrs due ami sailing for tho re
mainder of this and the whole of next
month are as follgws:
Steamers. From. Due.
Nippon Maru S. r. Dec 13
American Maru Yokohama. ...Dec. 19
Ventura S. F. Dec. 13
Sierra S. I'. Dec. IK
Mlon era Colonics Dec. 1
Alameda Colonies Dec. 20
Rio de Janeiro S. F. Dec. 11
Warrlmoo Victoria Dec. 22
City of Peking Yokohama.... Dec. 25
Coptic S. K. Dec. 23
Australia S. F. Dec 29
S,tenmers. For. Duo.
Zealandla S. F. Dec. It
Nippon Maru Yokohama Dec. 13
American Maru S. 1 Dec. 13
Mlowcra Victoria Dec. 1J
Alameda S. F. Dec. 20
Sierra S. T. Jan. 29
Rio de Janeiro Yokohama ....Dec. 21
Warrlmo Colonies Dec. 22
City of Peklng-S. F. Dec. 25
Coptic Yokohama Dec. 29
N. B. A United States Army Trans
port may be expected from San Fran
cisco on the 9th and 24th of each monfn.
en rout to Manila, unless routo Is
changed by the War Department.
NATURE'S PROVISION FOR MAN
When Nature designed man she
provided nmplo things for his preser
vation. Man was Intended to live and
bo healthy on vegetation; that was
tho natural way. The only way to be
healthy or to regain lost health Is
by using nature's remedy and great
blood purifier Klckapoo Indian Sag
wa. This Is the great Indian reme
dy, taken direct from nature's unerr
ing laboratory. It Is made of simple
herbs, roots and barks, and always
acts naturally. It searches out the
disease; finds the cause ot It; slays
It, and restores the body to a normal
ly hculthly condition. If your liver Is
sluggish, drowsy, or Inactive; If your
heart doesn't pump right, palpitate,
thumps,, sometimes vigorously; and
sometimes faintly; It your bowols arr
Inactive, or overactive; It your stou
ach falls you; If your kidneys fall to
act naturally; thero Is still help for
you It you will take Klckapoo In
dian Sagwa. You must act quickly.
Disease 1b progressive; you must stop
It at once. Klckapoo Indian Sagwa
will do It. Hobron Drug Co., agents
for tho Klckapoo Indian Romcdlcs.
He What do you think la the most
appropriate numo for n girl? She That
all depends upon the girl. Your name,
would suit meal) right.
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:I MAGIC ii
i WAFERS i-
if they fall
I'rUn 10 i.lU.
i News of Shipping J
Along Water Front J
The Htltlti gunboit lcaru, Captain
Knowllnu, Im reached S.in l:tanclco lx
div from l:qulmalt, ani ancho'rd In the
stteim off Vallfjo Mreet. Alter taking
on coil, the Icarus Mill vill for the south
ern omt. She w.ti bu.lt In 1SS5 of 070
tons displacement, 167 feet lonn, jj frit In
brr.iJth,!) feet deep, anj h.is a peed nl
i:'( knot. Slil nn her wa to Panama
to demand satisfaction frum the Colrm
Man Kovefnmtnt for the seizure of an
The fourtnaited bark Osborne arrlveJ
In San Francisco on October 13 with a
ger.tial cargo and Is still awaiting a chance
todlschaige. She measures 125 teet be
tween perpendiculars and Inconsequence
requ'rrs one side of any uh.itf alimg the
front to herself. She Is not big that there
Is itit uhatf room for her, but thin the
pace she would lease aftet berthing
would be useless even for the .iccommoJa
tlon of a s:ov schooner. Chief Wharf
Inzer Henderson cou'd not spare the room
and In con'euence the Osborne went to
utKiana. sne came pacK to tne stream
on November H an J has ever since been
awaiting a chance to d ck. Yesier.'ay
she was taken alongside section 1 and 2
ot the seawall anj both captain and crew
haJ a Thanksgiving service.
Four stowawavs. u ho expected to co to
Manila on the transport Meade, were dis
covered In hiding on the vessel after she
left port, and were bundled Into the pilot
boat America and brought back to the
city. They were Peter Jackson, colored,
aged about 20; Sam Peterson, a rUeterat
the Union Iron Wotks. Tom Jones and
llarrv Lons. The later tuo are from
Chicago and notwithstanding there tender
years, are !au 10 De Hardened youngster.
They were once before in the Philippines,
but were sent home by General MacAr
thur. Pilots Korts and McCullsugh, w ho
brought the stowaways back iesterday,
had hard work keeping the little fellows
out of mischief on the pilot-boat, and were
glad to bid them goodby upon jrrlvlng In
port. A the little fellows were rennlless,
Pilot McCullough cat c them a dollar u It ti
which to purchase (00 J.
KRUGtlR 8HEDS TUAR8.
Paris. Dec. 3. A special from
Cologne sa8 Mr. Krugcr, after he re
ceived Emperor William's telegram,
spoke as follows to a deputation st 1
ed "Friends of the Doers":
"I hope with all my heart that the
circumstance which prevents Ills Ma
jesty from receiving mo today will be
come more favorable later. 1 shall
never cease to have confidence tn the
spirit and Justleo of the Emperor, who.
without knowing me, sent me four
J ears ago. significant encouragement.
I shall stay some time at The llaguo
and will then renew my request and
this time the Emperor will not refuse."
Mr. Krugcr was very sad and after
wards retired to his apartment In tears.
Large Airy Mosquito
EVERYTHING NLW AND CO.VtrOKTAULE
The New Era !
The New Two-story Lodging House on
Fort St. between Vineyard and School.
Only live minutes walMo theOrpheum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the post
office. LARGE LANAIS AM) VERANDAH.
EVERYTHING OH THE HEST. For terms
apply on premises from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuinu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and krown as the Nuuanu
Pall, Sa'oon prcml&rs, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORPFA,
1702-tf ij Kaahumanu St.
The World Register
Kcei't tho rrvHli while you a 10 buey,
Try one o
On Marble and Granitt
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'D iroD Fence and Mtwota Ct
Ml Kins Street.
Oh, I'm o jSlad to
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
FoufthAsement of 5 rer cent or two and
one-half dollars per nrreon the CaMtil
Stock of Till: INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LT L., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the unCerslKiieJ,
ill Fort streit. J. II. PiSHbR.
Actg. Trea. Inter Islind Telegraph Co,
Hennliilu. lun 1 '000. KM
Mfiuntilel Sttgut Co., Ltd.
A meeting of the sto.kliolJeu of the
above company will he helj at the oftict
of EMVtETT MAY, Judd HullJIng. on
FilJay, December 14, 1000, at to a m.
A full attendance Is desired.
II V order of the Hoard of D'rectors,
C. II. GRAY,
2-td Secretary. Msunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.
Election of OKViccrs.
At the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Honolulu Market Co., held
on Saturday, December 8th, 1000, the fol
lowing officers were elected to serve during
the ensuing year:
Edgar HalsteaJ President
August Dreler Vlce-Pre 'dent
A. Hocking Treasurer
A. Gartenberg Auditor
Honolulu, Dec. 8th. 1000. 1708-lt
Klhcl Aeees6ment Notice.
The bth Assessment of 5?i, or Si. 50 rw
share, became due on the 1st of August,
toco, penalty bearing from September 1st.
1000, and del nqueut on the 30th of Sep
tember, 1900. 1 lellnquents are now pub
lished and u III be fold at auction on the
20th ot November, 1900.
The qth Asessaient of $!i , or f 2.50 pc
share, became due on the 1st cf September,
1900, penalty bearing from August 1st,
19:0, anJ delinquent on the 31st of Oct
The 10th Assessment of 5,', orf 2.50 pe.
share, became due on the 1st of October
1900, bears penalty trom November 1st
1900, and will be delinquent on Novemxi
The nth Assessment of 5?,'. orf 2 50 per
share, has been levied to become due and
payable on the 15th of November,
1000, will bear renaltv from CVcemtw
15th, 1000, becoming delinquent on the
15th of January, 1001.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, November loth, 1000. 1084-tf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fiFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FRANK LOUIS va MARIA GLORIA "OSTINA
lli N.rutllc ol Hawaii. To traMatihal ottht
Hawaiian Htanl,, or hit Dtputy. (,rrilnr.
Ynu ara lomnindrj In iubbm UAUIA ntnli
COSTINA.J.lrnJ.nt In caw tht ahall ti'. wilmn
ASSWERMTHINTWENIV UArS afwt irvtca
hrrol. to ta ana arr.r balora (ha aatd Carrot
Court at tt S.atrmbtr Term th..ol, to r hcMrn at
Llhua. Ulanj oi Kanal. on WLDNLSDAY, th. !t
day ot Sep rnter i.at, at 10 o'clock a.m.. to tbow
cau a hy tha claim ot Hank Loula. plaintiff. ihoulS
not pa aw.riaj to him rurtuant lo Ilia bnor ot hla
annaiaa LIM tor Djvi rca. AnJ hava van then tnart
thit Writ wlin lull irturaof yourrroctcJiniaintfaoi.
WlU.n Hon, J. HaiJ, JuJrr cl the Circuit Obi
ol tha Filth Circuital Llbua, Kauai, thla inn Uf at
(Slgntj) IIAKKT U. WIM1AMU
I haraly ctrlily th. lor. tain? to t atrua and aaaa
copy .t tha orlKlaal aummont In aalj cauaa anl aaA
aali Court orJcr.4 publication ot the aama aoi
contlnuanca ol aali cauta until tha naxt March, taot.
term ol thla Court.
Parti Llbua, Kauai, btptanttar aclh rooo.
HAhRY D WISHARD.
161101 1 Onto-
IN TBE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI k. tt. E.HNnFMAN'.SLirmona
Tlialarrit.iryi.1 Hawal 1 TithaHith Prrlffotl1lt
Ttrrlti y of ilawa I, or h a Lrputy, tba Mv-r 1 . 1 tha
li ar.4 oi Kaial, or hia L'tpuly, or aoy CbSf ab'alr
tl.a T.rrltory ol Hawaii
You a. comffianJtJ to aummrn E. LlN2EMANK
d.l.nlart. In cat Pa ahall Me wrlrtn A.NSVV EP
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS altar aervlc barrel. ti tl
anJ app'ar Nlc-re iba a. II Circuit Court at the Sap-l-mtvr
Term thereof, 1 1 pa hJ Jen at Lihu. KlanJ ot
Kauai. on WLfNLSDAi iht jU. day .! S.iiemrwe
naxt at 10 u'clCKk a m.. to ah-w cavte wlythe
alaiinof gaapu.llr (lalt,tin, vlijulj rH tvawije
to l.im purvuai 1 li ilia tcr.r t.t 1.1s arnai-4 PatlticA
Anjhawvuithen'hetcthlt Writ with IlII return ol
yourpoc ejtnr lieieun
Wl-neia lm. Jacup Harjy, JuJte ol ta Ctrcu
Co- n ol tha tilth Circuit, atllhue, thla oth .ay
Auuat, 1400 .
ISlpreJ) HARRY D. WISHARD.
I hereby car Ify thefotifolrn'a tpa ivf arl aaact
copy ct tha orlffaal uinm nt in a.U iauva anl' hat
aali Court orJcreJ putlkatluo it tha aaraa ar.J a
luntlnuarcaof aalJ cauie until tha neat March, toar
term ol thla Cocrt
DauJ Libua, Srtteraber acth ioqo
MARRY D WISHARD.
Art Embroidery Taught
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