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V At THOR1T1
Tvm Is to ocnlfv. thai at an elecUr.n by hailot. held on
. Mb-. :. rath, thta A. D. I"?: at the isfflee of the
' KdnratkMi. at Aukslanl Matt. Honolulu, for the
. mmVr of the MM School Board of tlx- MstrVt
I of Oahn. Rn"li lTrrvv KnrTcmAKS
I to that rsforr for the pnmint year.
W. Ja. 8HTTH.
'"-toO'J Acent nf the rnstn of k . ... Idaod of Oaho
i: seali itar. awn. , 5-rt
t"nnd Notice. Not-, i. ben-by given to th pebfir
thet :u- w. .:-, al Kapaan. on thi Houtli Ride of the
Oov, rnaswnl Road. b. set apart aa Uie Poand for the In: -poondin
of all eaurays for Uji district of North Koliala,
laluu of Hawaii. T. L Mojcaoxt's.
Int-rtor OBir.., Marrh a. 1T. Minister of Interior
AX INDEPENDENT JOIBNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROfiRL.-is
-Mr J. V. Kill 1 vu 11 hu this dav - up
polols-d i...vernment tomii Master for the Lltstrirt of
North Eohala. Island of Hewnlt H. Em.
tsoveroor of Itawau.
Hoi rraoi 's Ofttr. , HBo. Hawaii. March 17lh. 171.
Ma ALBtar Wibui ha le-en tkle day apimtuted an
Arent of the Regtstrv IsnVe for tbr Island of Kauai for
Hi. taklnr of arknoa ledgetnetit to instrument.
TMoa. Baow .
Rrtrmrar of Conveyance.
lT1sTrr Office, Fen S5d. 1ST.
riBMSIIED AND EDITED BY
IIKNKY M. WHITNEF.
WKJXESDA Y. APRIL 3.
We oortiiallv join with our cotpmporarr in
rccommendinp some suitable- reception of the
Hon. H. A. P. Carter, on his return from
Wellington, where he has labored with un
tiring zeal ami industry for the Hawaiian
Treaty, dming the past fonr months. What
will lie the best way to give expression to the
pnblic wish, we leave for others to suggest,
though it ought to lie done without dels,'.
any present step toward the disestablishment of
the Church of England ; but at the same time
he is not opposed to the principle as something
ihat may become the best of policy in the
j future." Hartington has been acting closely
with Gladstone and the Liberal party for the
last eight years, and has been in office most of
the time. In 1 869 he held the position of Post
master General, when Gladstone first came to
the head of the Government, and served as a
distinguished member or a Cabinet that con
tained such men as Earl Gray and Ripon,
lyowe, Cardwcll, Clarendon, Goschen and John
Bright. He is not, however, on account of his
election to the leadership, to be accepted as the
equal in ability with men like Forster, Bright,
Lowe, and Goschen. He was elected, probably,
to conciliate and flatter the nobilitv.
I. Mmrrtoxci. Minister of Interior
Thr undersigned. Special Commissioners appointed
by Hi Majesty lo collect, receive and forward ob
ject illastrative or the arti, m no (set ores and pro.
duct of tbr Hawaiian Kingdom, destined for tbr In
Uraaticaal Exhibition at Philadelphia, on the occa
sion of the Centennial Anniversary in the year 187,
beg herewith to rirf notice that they are prepared to
rweswvc from contributor all article or object o
destined, at the office of the Hon. S. 0. Wilder. Ho-
olula. Ai all article- to be exhibited oust be in
lef. rr March 4th, lc7o, the eofitrihu-
i from these Island must beeompleted an i readr
for being forwarded at or before the end of the Tear
We bear herewith to append a list of eome nbjests,
the natural product, and of the manufactures, art-.
Industrie and resources of Ibese Islands, that it it
I mv we sent to the Lxbibition :
of of Woods plain, polished, and in sec-
i of traea.
Farniturr. made from Island woods.
Prepared ,rcimen of birds aad fishes, Ac.
Fats pies of vegetables and fraits . dried, preserved.
axa greet, or pr sing.
Fern. Coreals, Cocoanwts.
Salt from natural deposit, or son -evaporated.
Shells ; corals of all qualities aad shades.
Fibroas plants, of all kinds, natural or prepared.
Coffee lb bags.
Pais in bales.
Super from each large plantation : samples of dif
awat qualities in hears.
Wool samples from each Island, in the fleece or
Cotton in bolls and ginned.
Kice in bar ; cleaned and unclean ed.
Awa in roots.
Tallow in casks.
Arrow-root in kept.
Manufactures . feather cloak : mat I tapai : calx-
twine front naitre fibrous materials : ancient
adtes : frsh hooks : models of canoes : house
The steamer's mail from San Francisco
will prolaably announce the action of the
Senate on the Treaty. If favorable, as we all
hope it may be, it will not lie final, as one
clause in it requires that it shall be approved
by the House of Representatives, before lie
coming operative. This will necessitate a de
lay in its final ratification till Congress assem
bles in December next ; though it is probable
that the exchange of signatures of the sov
ereign parties to it can lie made during the
interval, thus avoiding all further delay should
the lower house sustain the Senate.
Radkly have we seen in print so liold an
attempt to deceive the public, and at the same
time reproduce assertions calculated to injure
the planting interest as counccted with the
pending treaty, than appeared in the JoYrer
fiaer of Saturday last. With the ostensible
purpose of attempting to show that the editor
of the Gazette, who was formerly editor of
the Advertiser, is responsible for the exag
gerated statements which the opponents of the
treaty have lately been studiously circulating
abroad, with the view of creating a feeling
against the measure, it quotes a part of Mr.
J. C. King's address and the comments of a
California paper, which accompanied it, as
though they were ours. This is a gross mis
representation. The facts are these: Whin
the treaty was under discussion in 1 80S, Mr.
King arrayed himself against it, aud made a
l. en c c : . . . .
ell.-.-., iiui 01 uuiair Biatemenw. iius was
printed on the fourth page of the Advertiser,
iu IsCs, occupying a column of the paper,
without comment from us, his status being
then well known. In a note on the inside, we
r-allt-rl :iftiiitiin of it,.. .......I,.- .1 ij
atenailt ; models of houses, of former and present - it-,io
times : leather ol all kinds : needlework ; shoes, 1110 Vlews "f an opponent, and to Mr. George
ha", etc. Gordon's letter, which araa utintcJ aWiaisAtw
cf Hawaiian objects and acenerv.
Large map of the Archipelago, as a specimen of
xtat-vr knowledge aad skill.
Model of the islands, made to a scale showing the
ptTsiea. geograpby and topograph? of tbr same : the
mountains, rallers, roads, forests, deserts, arable
and grating lands, villages, rivers, volcanoes, har
bors, and population of each Island.
Books in the Hawaiian language.
Newspapers :n l.t - si. ani Hawaiian.
1-iatistical information of the educational and re
ligious condition of the Hawaiian people, of wbat-
I taitn. creed or sect.
Hi Lx. tbi MiMSTxa or Ihtxriob.
SaarxL G. Wildes,
J. C Eawaran. Commissioner.
March Sith. Proof of the will of H. H. Saw
j:, deceased Before JartieeJrDC, at Chambers.
Petition ol Charles T. tialick for proof of will. The
Court, after Leans; the evidence, admitted the will
to probate, and ordered letters testamentary to be la
and to Charles T. Gulick upon his filing a bond in
the sum of $MHi inventory to be filed in 30 day
I to creditors to be advertised in both lan-
I for four weeks.
of John Hurst Thompson, deceased peti-
for settlement of accounts of administrator.
until tiie return of lit. Justice lixams
of J. Joaqnim, deeeatea petition of J. A.
f for settlement of his accounts as adminii-
The Conn examined and appro ed the ac-
and ordered ibe administrator's discharge upon
filing the receipt of the widow, for the balance
on Lit account.
it, as those of one in favor of the treaty.
They were insetted to give both sides of the
debate on a question of vital interest to the
islands. Now the apparent object of the re
publication by the P. C. A. of a paragraph
from Mr. King's address, just at this time, ap
pears to be solely to furnish the opionents of
the treaty with fresh arguments, which had
been forgotten, that they might be used by the
representatives in Congress, in attempts to de
feat it, in the event of its having passed the
Senate. A more sly and unkind thrust at this
popular national measure has not been made
during the present discussion and it has all
the more force because published without a
line of explanation, or even the statement that
its author was a bitter opponent of the mea
sure. Had the Advertiser stated, when refer
ring to it, that Mr. King's addresB was a tissue
of falsehoods from beginning to end, strangers
not knowing the man would not have been so
likely to lielieve his "statement as now repro
duced. If this be not a " fire in the rear,"
what can be ?
An exciting and very interesting friendly
contest between fire engine companies Xo. I
and 4 took place on Saturday afternoon last,
in front of our office. Both companies turned
out in full force, and the members seemed in
best of spirits, and prepared to have a well
contested trial. The two engines are very
similar in size and appearance, and showed
that they are kept in perfect order. Five dif
ferent tests were made, viz., throwing hori
zontal streams ; two horizontal streams from
each engine; perpendicular streams ; trying
to overflow each other, technically called
" washing each other ;" and attaching to hy
drants. Each separate trial caused great
amusement and excitement among the crowd,
us the spectators favored this or that company.
But throughout the contest, it was observed
that Xo. 4's stream was much the larger,
which led to a measurement of the nozzles of
the pipes, when it was found that Xo. I had
been using a J-i inch and Xo. 4 an inch nozzle.
This at once placed the contestants on an un
equal footing, as the inch nozzle requires about
one-fourth larger volume of water to supply
it. Taking this into account, the contest was
very even, and though Xo. 1 threw the farthest,
Xo. 4 sent much the largest stream. His
Majesty, who is still a member of Xo. 4, was
present as a spectator, during the trial, and
enjoyed it as much as did any of the firemen
or spectators. The following is the report of
the judges :
HosoLixc, March 29, 1S75.
Tbe undersigned appointed judges and referee
aftbe match between Engine Companies No 1 and
4, at tbe drill on 8alurdiiy, March 27, bt-g to report :
On the fl ret I rial of a horizontal stream. No 1.
threw water a few feel in advance of Nu4, but No l'
waa the best and fairest stream.
Two horizontal streams at once No 1 waa 15 feet
bevonJ No 4.
In throwing perpendicular stream. No 1. threw
slight1 above the height reached by No 4.
In the trial as washing each other, wc judge that
it was about an even thing.
In tukiiii water from a bydiant, No 1. was decid
edly the quickest, having got on a stream in 40
No 4, in each Instance, threw the best stream, as
tu the volume of water.
In fairness it should be stated that the nozzle of
No l's butt was an Sth of an Inch smaller than that
of No. 4.
Id conclusion, wc beg to pay, wc are of opinion
that In drill of Saturday last, both companies showed
themselves to be efficient, and deserving the confi
dence of tbe public
n. L. Sheldon, for No 1.
J. S. G crney, for No 4.
D. ft Flitner, Referee.
the only literary pleasure they have, in writing
for and reading their own papen ? If the Ad
vertiser people think so, this may possibly lie
the reason why they have been so unsuccess
ful in all their native newspaper ventures. We
have acted on the contrary rule, and always al
lowed them some latitude in their literary ef
forts. Thus far our endeavors have, in the
main, been well sustained, and we hope will
continue to be. At all events, we know that
the Kuokoa, as at present conducted, is popu
lar with the natives, and the best paper they
have ever had, else they would not sustain it
as they do.
A Prowperr-oaiB ailon.
We published a statement two weeks since
that the bullion in the Bank of France amount
ed to over 270,000,000 dollars, drained from
almost every country into the vaults of that
institution. Among the late news items, we
C . J .1 A .1 1 . - . .1 C ..
mm mat tue suuecripuim to me rans city loan
for fifty millions of dollars, amounted to
$2,100,000,000. In other words, two thousand,
one hundred millions of dollars were offered
to take up a loan of fifty millions ! This in
dicates a degree of wealth never shown be
fore by any people, and is certainly a most re
markable phenomenon in finance.
The explanation is given by a French writer,
Bonnet, in two articles published in the iff i
de Devx Mondes, which have been t ranslated
and published in America. Among other
facts, it states that the indemnity demanded
by Germany, at the close of the war in 1871,
t-fio fi nnn nnn nnn u c , . ,ri,. qi nnn
v,. ....., v.ooo,-
but will not be visible here, as it will begin at
10b 42m 20sec., A. M., and end at 2h 20m
20ec.. P. M., Honolulu time.
Encke's comet, the period of which is only
3.3 years, was looked for by astronomers dur
ing last February. It was then by calculation
in the constellation Pisces, and waa slowly
moving eastward. It is probably not visible
to the naked eye, but may yet lie discovered
with the telescope by some of our amateur
In connection with the above items from our
correspondent, we may add this from an Am
erican paper : " During the recent appearance
of Coggia's comet, Mr. Norman Lockyer, the
English astronomer, made some valuable
scientific discoveries. Every night, while the
comet was visible he was on his watch-tower,
using the most powerful telescope in England ;
he mapped its march and photographed its
every phase : he resolved its fan-shaped nucleus
into millions of shooting meteors ; and he ex
perimented on the large number of meteorites
in the British museum meteorites that have
fallen in every part of Europe and found that
when heated up to a certain point their spec
troscopic signs were exactly those of the
The managers of the Union Pacific Railroad
have lately obtained control of the Pacific
Mail Company, by large purchases of its stock.
For a year or mere past there has been a fierce
000,000. Bonnet says, within two years and a ! opposition between these rival lines, and the
half from May, 1871, this indemnity was fully j rates of passage and freight have in consc
paid in specie of its equivalent, and that, too, i quence ruled unusually low. Since the change
"without disturbing home industrv and the in managers (about March 4) the rates havo
been put up, and are announced to be as fol
lows, by railroad, for every hundred pounds :
Kxtra Seselsn of taw Senate.
The Senate wiU assemble, at tbe cat! of the Prae
dent, for a brief executive session. Nearly all the
new Senators are la tows, aad wan at the Capital to
day. Tbe meeting will be very brief, and merely for
the purpose of organisation. 6 taps will ba taken, as
usual, to revive the committees.
The Hawaiian treaty probably will bathe first busi
ness for consideration. Its friends urge that it is, in
every way, an exception to the general reeiproeitT
treaties, and bears no analogy to the Canadian, as it
provide a free market for American manufacture, in
whiohthe manufacture of other countries will pay
duties, thus protecting American manufacture in
Hawaii, and girrs admission only for those produeU
that do not ovmpete with any similar product of
America. The sugar of Louisiana can never reach
the market or San Francisco. Thus, th only sagar
interest affected will be that of th Dutch. British,
or Spanish Kast Indies, which send sagar to San
Francisco. Statistics of trad show that these coun
trie altogether don't buy as many Americas good
as Hawaii. Tbe figures in regard to the treaty bar
been greatly overstated, but the political importance
of the measure is fully appreciated by those who have
examined into the matter. It is understood that po
litical artiele will bo ioserted in lb Senate, aad
amendment' made to tbe schedule of merchandise.
It I stated that treaties with other nation will
not lad to any complication if the treaty ii ratified.
(oi t-iw aurairrrn
ths matter of the RwXrnstey of TtwtMu at
Jron. at ( hambera.
WhrrslA on tnc mm owy nv aurco, m. i. iwnx, 1
H. Harrtxwi Sled am penoaa to
Bankrupt : and wbereaa, upon
sakl month or March, to ah
th prayer of ul petition
taiit Thnmaa U. Harrison
puhllc uolklar. lh
MIOUII IMM BfTeaBWfls Mel (.aTea
lav the -it .'i .lav 01 wh moat am . ass -
tin tbe said Mth day of March. A. D. 1T, yeowr awrka.
been mad to the wusfte-tioa uf Us Cwafl laa sa aasata
if saal lieannc had Keen pohrsaassl to raw RaWaataa a.
r.sn-r a a newspaper poMsslxd lo Us. di, of - .
no person havlnsi mode any oejeetloa to Oso Besareeaf as
commercial relations of the country, or serious
ly impairing its stock of the precious metals."
There had been a suspension of specie pay
ments since August, 1870. The volume of
paper money was increased from that date to
the close of 1873, from $251,000,000, with a
specie reserve of 80 per cent, to more than
First class merchandise is raised from $3 25
to S3 per 100 lbs. ; second class, from 32 to
&i ; third class, from Si 90 to 83 ; fourth class,
from 81 80 to 32 50 ; class A, from 81 70 to
S2 25 ; class B, from Si 60 to $2 : class C,
Sugar Mill and Hear for Sale !
Tut: waipa sn. ak mi. i. onri.ETK.
L offered for sale at a low (urare. To be delivered at
the beach In Hanalcl, Kauai. Manufaetared at the Hono
lulu Foundry. Holier :ft HSln. looarii: In. diameter.
JXMt Apply to F. A. Mt'HAKKKH t en.
WIIEKEA.H. UF.OIIGE MrlMII UAt.L M
ISABEL XcDUl'UALL, dolna; hualnrsa la this
place, have this day made an aaatstnnienl to tin- undcr
atarned uf all their property for the benefit of their cred
itor ; notice as hereby clved to all parties faarlnsj claim
against the said George Mclftsugall and Isabel Mclmugall,
to present them to, and ail parties owing lo the same, to
make Immediate payment to the undensxned.
KO. HOFPaCHLAEOKR CO.
Honolulu. : :li March, 1875. .. ; i- ;: Aaaucurra
8600,000,000, with only 24 per cent of specie from 8l 50 to 8l 75 ; class D, from 81 40 to
ralrsadtxr sat l asrs
April Trraa of ftie
A . D. Mali
Eawana Jrar Caitti Cr.
Re i vs. Kirno aad Wa-.wa: . Appeal trom Police
Court. Honolulu. Distilling .
Rex vs. Nsbanewaiwai Burglary.
Rex v. f-en You Lee Larceny , 2nd degree.
Rex vs. Kaaiiaan Rape.
Hawaii Jrav Ctva Cartas.
Joka Meet. Jr.. aad Abigail Maikai. vs. Mahiai
and 1. I. Rol.-.nsot et als Ejectment
4-n i a ' lertn.
-.. w et air t. t et als Ejectment.
H. H. Charitw Kacaina.rs. A. A. Haalelea Ejeet-
i (tO v- Kehipi Appeal from decision
t rrr, as Intermediary Judge.
Jaaaea I. Pi wsawt, vs. Administrators of the estate
af LUikoltBi Aarampsit.
Raakmi Wright and bet husband. W. E. Wright.
KaJesrocalaai. vs. George Charman-Tra.
J. C. CTwney aad his wife. Emma Cluney. vs. Xa
as ft) QltUassjt, BsaxUsjaad from last term.
a.lms. r. M. kamalae Appeal from
s Judge ot Hnnolet.
A. t. JmH. r. trer-rge C. Lwce Action on the
TirE same writer has evidently been search
ing his dusty volumes of the P. C. Advertiser,
and finds that away back in the review of the
island trade of 1 865, a statement was made
that there were 100,000 acres of cane land in
tbe group, (then and now believed to be cor
rect), which, if " under full cultivation," might
produce 200 millions of pounds of sugar.
This statement was distinctly given as merely
(J supposition of what might lie produced if the
whole 100,000 acres were under cultivation.
Xow any simpleton lenows that the whole of a
man's farm can never be put under cultivation
at once. Of the cane land in this group not
over one-half can ever be planted at one time.
And of this not over twenty-five thousand
acre can be cropped in one season, as cane
Continued penerally takes two years to mature, which, at
the highest estimate, could not be made to vield
over two tons to the acre or fifty millions
(sounds. To do this, would require thousands
of lalsorers and millions of capital not now
here. Whatever may have been the views of
writers ten or twenty years ago, the experience
of the past decade clearly shows that this
group cannot produce much more than it now
does, twenty-five millions pounds of sugar,
without a large influx of labor and capital :
and that under no other circumstance can the
present yield be doubled during the next seven
or even ton vears.
In its last issue, our cotemporary raises its
periodical hue and cry about the demoralizing
Hawaiian literature published here, referring
in particular to a correspondence between the
Lahui Hawaii and the Ruolcoa, touching the
verdict of the jury in the Abigail Maikai case,
when, it will be remembered, the jury cleared
her, after she had confessed her guilt. The
Lahui Hawaii commenced the discussion some
weeks since, by a justly severe article on the
verdict, which, however, applied solely to the
jury and did not include the law-officers, who
were equally blameworthy. Correspondents of
the two papers named, then took up the dis
cussion, and continued it for several weeks, be
coming at times quite excited over it, and in
dulging in not very refined epithets, equivalent
to "fool," "vagabond," "bummer," etc., etc.
Neither of them appears to have used immoral
expressions, as charged, unless one in the last
letter of the Kuokoa writer may be so termed.
He calls his opponent a child of an animal, fed
on the milk of contention and strife, a half-man
half-beast, and therefore unable to comprehend
what he or anyone else writes. In fact, in the
use of sarcastic language, as well as in the
points taken in his argument, he had decidedly
on hand. And yet all this time paper money
was at par with gold, save an interval in the
Autumn of 1871, when the highest premium
on gold was but 2'., per cent.
The author goes on to state that " before
the war France had in the country specie to
the amount of 31 ,200,000,000. The indemnity,
with the interest thereon, the expenses of the
army of occupation, the contributions levied
by the Prussians during the war, and the ran
soms exacted from certain cities, amounted to
fully as much as all this specie." All these
obligations were promptly met in gold or ita
equivalent, and yet in the beginning of the
fourth year after the close of the war, " the
supply of specie in Franco is very nearly what
it was in 1870 !" By what magic was this
thing done? Simply by the practice of in
dustry and economy by all the people, and of
wisdom by the Government. " The annual
savings of the country," says Bonnet, "are
8600,000,000 a year." Foreign trade is al
ways in favor of a people so inventive and
frugal. The average French laborer, in fac
tory, or on farm, will live better on a franc a
day than the average American or English
laborer will on five francs. The gain of
France from the close of 1871 to the close of
1873, in her exchanges with foreign nations,
was 8100,000,000 in gold. "A second source
of gain was the demands which France had
upon other countries, in the form of interest in
foreign loans and in the shares and obligations
of industrial enterprises abroad. From the
selling out of these interests and drawing
home the investments, another 3200,000,000
was realized." The other 3400,000,000 need
ed to pay the indemnity was easily raised by
foreign loans, because the country's credit is
good everywhere. This 8400,000,000 was all
she had to ask in the way of credit from
An American paper, commenting on this
statement, says : " Those who argue in haste
that because France has been able to do this
marvel in finance, and place herself in a posi
tion so soon to resume specie payment, there
fore the United States has only to resolve upon
resumption to realize it, make a great mistake.
It is not the work of the French Minister, but
of the French people, that they now, just after
paying out 81,200,000,000, have as much specie
in the country as at the beginning of the war.
The French people sHl, the Americans ov.
The lalance of trade is in favor of the French,
always against the Americans. We have a
stock on hand not over 8165,000,000, all told.
By the Panama steamers, the rates for every
100 pounds of freight have been advanced to :
For first class to 84 50; second class to
83 50; third class to 82 50; fourth class to
82 25 ; class A to 82; class B to 31 75 ; class
0 to 81 50; class D to 81 20. These steamer
rates are nearly double what the old were.
In addition to these freicht changes, there
will hereafter be but one steamer a month de
spatched to China, instead of two as formerly.
The Alia s Xcw York correspondent says of
the changes : ' The advance on the second-
class of freight, which includes dry goods, is
100 per cent., and affects a very large trade.
Still the Railroad men claim it will be well
received among heavy shippers, for the reason
that they- somewhat cripple merchants of small
capital. Ruftis Hatch, who is still managing
director of the Pacific Mail, says plainly that
1 Since the Government has robbed the Com
pany of four and a-half million, we feel justi
fied in getting our money back. Let the peo
ple pay for it.' There will soon be an advance
in passenger rates, but to what extent is not
The bulletin remarks : "It will be seen that
the tarifl has been advanced from 25 to 60 per
cent, all round. Importers will hereafter have
to pay an average of 50 per cent, more to get
their goods here than before. The advance
will stiffen the value of stocks usually im
ported by the short routes, and consumers will
have to foot the bills."
These changes apply to all goods destined
for these islands, and consequently make the
inland American cost very hoavy, varying,
from 860 to 8100 a ton on ordinary merchandise.
THE I XDEKSIUXED H.IVI.VU SEC t V
tlrmed under the Will by the Hon. A rornander.
Circuit Judge of Maul, a Executors of the Katato of
IIK.MIY COPP. late of Makawso, deceased, rennesn all
persons Indebted to the Bald Estate to make Immediate
payment, and all who have any claim asralnst the same
to present them with vouchers to tbe undersigned within
six month from date, or they will be forever barred.
CHARLES COPP. Jr., tJIecuto
Makawao. March 2Uh. 1875. XSS-lm
Notice to Creditors.
IX THE HATTER ' TIIE ESTATE OF
It KN It V H. SAWYER, late or Koolau, Island ot !
Uahu, deceased. Probate of the last wlU and testament
with codicil annexed of the said Henry H. Sawyer, having
ha granted In the supreme Conn. In probate, on the
-'t!i day of March, !i75, and letter testamentary Issued
to tbe undersigned, Exerotor In pursuance of etter of i
Court, notice la hereby given to aU creditors of the de
ceased to present their claim duly authenticated and with
the proper vouchers. If any exist, even If the claim to - I
cured by niortarag-e on real eatate,' at the onVe of the un
dersigned in AJIIoJanl House, Honolulu, within six months
nasal date or they will be forever barred.
CH AH. T. OULICK.
Executor of the WIU. I
Honolulu. March 23, IS7S. vet-it
netlUon never XT n led.
Now THanicecsu it ss ordered by th Csaan saa aas
wild TbowMoa H Harrtsm h. and he - - ,
bankrupt: aad It la further ordered that ssasftaa r
bankruptcy be given In lb Hiw.no ilsasnrsa tW on,
consecutive week oallli npon ail 1 1 it is sf SB sjj
Thome U. Harrtaoa So appear tsrfore me, bar .rni
.1 the Court Home in the city of HsawaWtt, a saw rsasa
Drrs.on FRIDAY. Use isih day ot APSIX. A. D. tan,
10 o'clock A. M.. to prove their elslw I la n n sail wtm
the provision of SecUoa M sfttoCMtMs,
a. fbasi twrnt
Atlas: Joatk-eof thwmsmcsnm,
Jsso. V Biaviso, rvpsv ("tesrat.
11 ted al Honolulu thss -KWi day of Mssih, A. D. urn,
Si pre. he ii arr
l-U.A.-VDs. In l-rooe
Islands, a-a In the matter of the I
nr. MaNTEL. of I
llcoJudiL (irttrr app. Inong time
.ltrowln; puMsralfcpn of nonce of Us s
of intone W. Manuel, deceased, having on the 17m axa
uf March. A. D. 17, been preoenteil to said Prabaw . 7
and a petition for the probate t Til sn aaasaast
of letters teawmesstary to Jaw. H. BJarw- Vvirass. asa.
I dc been Sled by mm :
II I hereby ordered. Inst mslsjjr. tbe wmmm
April. A. I). l7V al 10 o'ctoek a. av. af sM . a
Court Room of sakl ( oust, al lb Coart Baa sa skews.
lulu. be. aad the same la. her-hy
provlna; said wUl and hrswrtnsl sakl i
where nv nersnm I
III. 111..1 the rranllnk of letter teatuaenmry
w ia - i n
It la further
publiratioo. Air three
I..USHV anil Aints oewspapas- printed saw
Honolulu. And It la further ordered, tsoe jsMam
ued tu the suhacrlbsng witness lo said will, to i
and attend the aud lo-suinc at the tn fsSs.
Dated Honolulu. U. I.. March 17th. !,
A. PsXA.tt'l! JI Mi.
Altest: jaasajw of use la
Wait Tt. sbal. Clerk Sop. (wart. ic-st
or TICK HAWAII
IsSassd ssf lata
prnbass af sua ssx
ubit it rot'KT or
K.I K7II Jl
i Member, betas, a.
the or-., usfai
brd In II.sn.iIu
They have 8l ,200,000,000. We have more pa
per money than France by 8125,000,000, and
J. n VUliaas. v. B. t als-Spec,.,
TVe B. Bre. v. Obarss Lair Actio of a,
la re eemto eT JeJaa Me. naid frr-bat of
f Mr. Jasttr Uaaais
Jrav wTatvar Caa.
Mauls W TV Commissioner
Ctrm Carsaa la Eixco
la i iiaaii of K as a V. B. B. Charles Ea
ataswa w B. R. B. Rat Ktikr4aal Exception to
lb M r.g .' Ht .' .'aeaarv term.
Ea-r.-a I : . H K It Rata Eswlikolaal
sa oat of Mr. Justice Ji pp. ia oanily.
R. Rsabof. v. Edward Everett. D. P.
. ssaraiab Exceytii ni to th ruling of Jas-
Ca J r. aaatarswr.
Aat. vv vs. Saaair,aa (w) Appeal from d
s an is of Mr. Jastsr Baaaiv Ia aqaily.
W M. IT I I.. v. V. F. Allen , CoiWlor tioneral
riiaatlisi te raliag of Mr. .'artsce Jrna.
Katsa. ;al at al r. riahaai (w) Api-aal from th
i of Mr. JaMiee it p. Uiaity.
Jeatv Biewi Thrrugh th snbecriptions of citi
saaas of the Frwneh Rsjf atilir aad ia tokaa of rTat
fat taw snwasary of John Brow, a boaatifal gold
lis' waightag nearly tr eaaeat has bean forwarded
X Mary A. Brown, his widow, who now lira ia Cali-
Ii bean oa one side an excellent Hkenas of
I oa tbe reserve the inscription : " To
of John Brown, judicially murdered at
ia Virginia, on the 2d uf December,
ISM; aad la commemoration also of his tons and
nrsn waa. with him, became th victims of their
sMJaia to th saa of negr- emancipation." Wil
liam Lloyd Qui si tst has ben pi-swantad with a brontc
fi sssfls af tho ss m i
inte Brown, aw
Onr exTrr1cnc hss 1,-srl n to hettevc that lmpernn
al ty In Jnnrnatirm is Hie beat policy, on all acconnts.
T. C. AdrrHUrr
This is decidedly cwl Uk P. G. A. " Iwv
liexta that imperaonalitv in jimrnaliani i the
Iveat policy," anil in the :inic paper drapa out
in Uirr? aevoral iimtatux the name nf the
editoi of the (iAKKTTK, who vvaa formerly
cslitur of the .4irrrvirr na the author of cer
tain extract qnotrsl. Itneronlitv ia a xrv
ptfttj theory, at leant for the ' (' A tvrjw
to preach, but a vrrv hanl onr to practice. It
ia aJao a very nice rule to adopt, for inatancr,
when a paper wiahc to c.rn "a fire in the
rear," atid call attention to argumenta which
in the hand of opponent! may tell again!
nieaatiiv of vita! intent to the pnperiiv if
not the vrrv life of the nation. Now the pul.
lic care very littlr whether H. L. Sheldon, J.
11. Black, J. O. Carter, or any oilier Hron,
lmmi-d up for publication the forirotten addrea
and false aaaertioua of that bitter opponent of
Hawaiian reciprocity, J. C. King; the effect
of public attention living at thin time called to
them will lie the aanie a fire in the rear, which
in the event of the treaty having iaacd the
Senate, many operate to checkmate it in Uie
House. I there no power in the land to atop
these inaidiou attacka on the only measure
calculated to impart life to Hawaii nei, and to
be a bleeaing to both the nations entering into
the compact ?
The new leader of the Liberal party in Eng
land, the Marquis of Hartington, is properly
peaking a Whig ; but in the changes of
politics, that party has become merged
with the Liberal, and he has been chosen the
leader of the combination. He is very
weal thy, his income amounting to oyer a million
dollar annually. He is said to be opposed to
the advantage of his opponent, and so the dis- only an eighth as much specie. We havo eaten
cussi.n ended. In this state of affairs, the
friends of the vanquished seek aid and com
fort in the Advertiser, and they are welcome to
all they can get there. There has nothing ap
Mtrod in print which need alarm anyone or
offend the most sensitive.
Now while we have our hand in this matter
of Hawaiian newspaper, we will add a few
words. We commenced the native paper Awn
vxt, II years ago, a co-oerntiT under
taking, a native society, called the iim
A'hUym, guaranteeing to uport and circulate
it, while we undertook its husincas management ,
Mr. William II. Kagadale w it firwt editor
In ihi way the paper started, a easenlinlly it
iirti'r enterprise, nd it ha lnen o conducted
over inoc, Hawaiian writing il article. et
ting up it type, punting, folding, diatribtititig
it. and collecting ita itionic. It i nd lmnl-
way Iscoii prvuliarl,i Hawaiian institution.
drwigiied originally and ever mnoo conducted,
with the one idea ateadily in view of being an
educator of the j i n', by training them tu
write fur, print and do all the work iieevavaitry
to maintain it. And in this wrviee over two
hundred native are eoiiatantly employed a
workmen, agent and carrier ! In aome
year we haw sunk from 6ve hundred to a
thousand dollar in conducting it. Hut what
of this? We are willing to suffer loa if we
can only help to educate and train Hawaiian
in the newspaper service. While having the
responsible management, we seldom interfere in
the editing, uulcaa we find th.it the writera neexl
checking, when it is promptly done.
Now there are some who contend that the
Hawaiian must only do just to, they must
j think, talk, read, stand, walk and sit, accord
I ing to certain arbitrary rule of propriety and
' decorum bevond this they must not go.
While the whole field of English literature is
open to foreigners, Ay nave but ftro ttavxtV nova
papers, and some contend that into these noth
ing must be allowed to enter but what squares
with tbe Shorter Catechism or the Prayer
Book. These are very well in their places, but
Hawaiian need variety, and mental amuse
ment as well as others. They enjoy good jokes,
and some of their writera are adepts in ridicule,
sarcasm and invective. Shall we deny them
our cake, the French have saved theirs. It is
impossible to eat and save it too. French cap
ital has Isnur-ht up ami realorlied all the bonds
issued to cover the 81,000,000,000 indemnity,
so that the interest, payable in specie, i paid
and used in France. The frugality of her peo
ple enabled them to do this ; enabled them
also, the other day, when the ritv of Pari
asked for a loan uf 8aO,0(lO,000, to nlisriil
to the amount of 82,lon,non,oon nearly a
much in a day n the whole volume of the re
maining del! of the foiled State."
sKr-llpar la IwVrS.
(ttvnt preparation are being made by the
Knglih trenomer in India tooWrve the to.
tal ccliv of the n. which i to take place on
the nth or April next. Their headquarter
w ill le at Bangkok, Siam, the King of Sism
having invited lliem to In capital, and offered
to lor part of the expene of the expedition.
Many of onr reader have noticed the fart
that only two . . Iip.cn are predicted fur tin
vvr, both of the mi, and none ot the moon.
This is not a rarw an occurrence as some have
nipp. !, for it take place three times during
Uia cycle of l"yvara. For example, there were
but two rvlipar, both of the sun, in ech of
the year I KS7. I Kill and I Ml
Although there will lw no lunar eeliaea this
year in the strict definition of the term, yet the
moon will three time enter the earth's penum
bra, unheralded by the Nautical Almanac.
The effect upon her light will lie so slight, that
the fact ha not Isoen considered worthy of men
tion in the almanac.
The first of those pennmbral 1 1 1 will
take place in the morning of April SOth, begin
ning at Sh 53m 40 sec., A. M , and ending at
Th 34m fisoc., A. M , Honolulu time.
The magnitude of tbe eclipse Trill be 0.55, i. e.
little more than half of the moon will be im
mersed in the earth's penumbra.
The second eclipse, if it can be called so, will
take place early in the morning of September
14th, beginning at lh 49m 52sec., A. M., and
ending at 3h lm 37sec.t A. M , Honolulu
time. The magnitude of this eclipse will
be only about one-sixteenth, on the moon's X.
E. limb. The third will come off October 14th.
Tin Close of Congrc
The following ii the telegraphic report of Speaker
Blaine's closing addicts in tbe House of Representa
Ocxtlemam : I close with this iTouie a six years'
service as Speaker of the House of Representatives,
a period surpassed in length by but two of any pre
decessors and equalled by only two other. Th
rapid mutations of personal and politioal fortan in
this country hare limited tbe great majority of thoa
who occupied this chair to shorten terms of office.
It would be the gravest insensibility to th honors
and responsibilities of life not to be deeply touched
by so signal a mark of public esteem as that which
I have thrice received at the hands of my political
associates. I desire, on this last momant, to renew
to tbetn, one and all, my thanks and gratitude. To
those from whom I differ in my party relations, tha
minority of this House, I tender my acknowledg
ments for the generous courtesy with which they have
treated me. Ry on of those sudden and decisive
chogs which distinguish popular institutions, sod
which conspicuously mark a free people, that minority
is transferred in the ensuing Congress to the govern
ing power uf the Uouse. However It might possibly
have been under other circumstances, that event ne
cessarily renders this my farewell to tbe Chair. The
Speakership of the American Hnus of Repreeent-
tive is a post of honor, of dignity, of power, of re
sponsibility. Its dull are at one eimplI and con
tinuous : an both onerons and delicate. They sre
performed In th broai light of day, under th y
nf th whole people, subject at all limes to th closest
observation, and always attended with the sharpest
criticism, t thinV no other official Is hld to sneh con
stant and rigid accnantsbility. Prlimenlry ml
lag la ihsir very natnr at peremptory, almost
hsolntt in aathorlly, nd Instantaneous In effect.
They cannot always be enforced In saeh a way as I
win Ik applsus of ill hat I am re thai no man
ofny party who Wnrlbv t till this chair will vr
M a dividing line hetwsw daty and pahey. Thank
Ing von one oi r. and Ihanklng yon most cordially
for th honorable testimonial yen have plow re
eoi-4 to ay rtlt, 1 perform my only remaining duly
In declaring that lb rH,v third Cgre has reached
lis Coatllllal limit, and thai lb lloua of Rspr
sanlativ stands siljoarnxt allheal day,
I lh ls, wkleh ware dty packed, as wall
as I lb galUrlas, ihare wa the vllslosi lhtss,
Ilk wvtg of hhrehlfi by Udla and flapping
of hands hy trihi4y, lh lw ltd reaming
wllk h , it,,-, ( table woald t krtlat I
Ihalr appla. Mr. nlalse sal I his seal al th
Clsrk'l dk apparent; th ( hy Ik dm,.
sirxllua. In! dellal to pi U IsaplM 11111
to address lb sas bl V .
BT WIRT IE or AX EXEC I 'ION nslED
out of the Supreme Court of Law ami Konltv on
tbe "th day of January, A. I). 1S7V In favor of JAM H
HOIIINSON, plalutlir, against ARftlAII, MAIKAI and
JOHN MEEK. JR . for tbe si'm of lltrzo.m, I have levied
upon and snail expose fur sale to tbe tils; ti rat bidder, at II i
o'clock noun, at Alllolatsl Hale.
On SATURDAY, tbe 3d of APKI1 1875, !
All the right. Utle and Interest of the said Abbrall Maikai
I and to the following lands, via :
All that piece or parrel of land sltnated at
the corner of fnnchnnwl Htreel and Queen. In Honolulu,
as comprised In Land Commlaalon Award No 14. on which
there la a large rrame bnlldln and other booaee.
Also all Ihat parrel or land situated at Walklkl. !
containing I and M-100 acres, an by laud Commission
Atari .-o on which there is a wooden house, the
whole subject to a moruraeTi. of 1272.00 with Interest.
AIo. nil Ihnt tract of Iniirl sIuimiikI in n,n.
Valley, cnnialnhiK 12 Is-ion acre, being Part :, Nectlon 1.
Losisniu i,iu me lanu comprised in award 11,039.
Also, all Ihat tract of land situated in Mano I
Valley, containing tut-ioo acre, being Part 2. Section I,
Division I, comprised in tbe above mentioned award. i
All of the above mentioned Ian-Is are held by the said j
defendant, A. Maikai, for the term of her natural life.
Also, all the- ruin, title and Islrreslor the
said John Meek, Jr., In and to that parcel of land situated ;
on King .street, Honolulu, vis: commencing on tbe Kast '
side by John Meek's and Kekaakua's lands. a described In '
Itoyai I-ateot No ISM. on the front of Kin Ntreet, on the I
7X. W. side by a line parallel to the land of J. Kaeo. sn de
scribed In said i'ntent, alsiut 4 feet Inches from John
Meek's land, and running through to Hotel street, togeth
er with all the buildings and appurtenance thereunto be
longing. AIo, all the right Mile and Inter rot of both I
the defendant In and to that tract of land situated on Queen I
St. a described in lloyal Patent No 113, and contain? 1
1-1 fathoms and 34 feet.
Also, all the right titles and Interest of both i
said dofi-tulanta In ami to Ibat piece of land altnatecl In 1
Maunnlua. as described in Itoyai I'ntent No :sM, contain
ing i acre and 42-100.
V CIAI. i IHl'l TT Hawettaa Ills as - lsi use
of the Estate of O. W. LI Li KA LAN I, sue af
Kauai, deceased. Ia ITohate. At
McKryde. Order of notlc of
on readln and 1
Adiiilnlstratrlx of th Kstat of tt w. --; , , j
saiinst the saul ,-staS. sot nrtl la
tlinlk-ated with 1
and pravln that uisuo a day
may be examined and approved hy th- l oart.
It isonl-rcl. tn.it Natnrday. in.- IBIklsj f savg,
A. IX I?, as I o'clock a. tx . b taw hss Jsasss. m
bis Chamber. I tbe Court Hossae. s Wahs. he sa
the ame hereby la ppislnlet a tbe time aad re he
hearing ssid petition, and that ail s-rrsofss tete assy
then and thcr-- pvr an1 show .
why the said claims shoasd not be approved or 1
.vim tnat mis oe
wallan languages, in
n-wssM-rs prtnlml and published in
suci-eselve week prevluo
ror said hrsnnf.
Dated al Wahlswa, II. I., this anh day of Jisssrj. a.
ii. HT.V DCXCAN MrsmTl T.. '
xu-It; Justice of th Ctrcwit I'owrt, it Jsa cat.
4 I l-BI'.Tli: l lll ir-ls itss as. ie af tk
T4 Rankraptry of THOMAS H. HARBiSDN, Vstass.
Thomas II. Harrison. ..f Honolulu, having ,
i:i- 11 i.u s. iHii. 1 j t" so. jre r taw r
and lrr!ar-d himself a Rsnkrupt, as provswe ss 1
C of tbe civil Crsd-. It was thai day ordered try twestst
Juntlce, thai FRIDAY IM ttlt say if MAJtCH. U.
i--'.. st 10 o'clock. A. X. at tbe toon ssssas f .
preme Court at A llkslanl Houa-. Hoassnslw, be in
place 10 hesr snd deewle tbe tjoestsnft of Bawfciwpw 1 . as
that notice of such hearing he pabiawed la ta llavsiu
llAZrrTk for all person therein 1-0
show cause. If any itscr St, wbv tbe a
rlaun should not tie di crssd BsnXmpt
Ry order of tbe Count Jao.
Honolulu, lllh March, 147J. Ill H IVsssry Oeek.
kiiPRKTir. 1 111 ar or
C IHI.A.NISM In PrsAste. Isaxsd of . n
Island, MM, Hefbre Mr. Jostsce Jrtsn. I pa af
the elate uf J OH A. IN FRANZ HHEWRX. kate of aassa
lulu dsHiasi d- tinier Mppninuiuf Um Bsr Pls af Wat
, and directing publication nf notice of th same
A document, pnrporttn m be Use lass win and - 1
of Johann Fran rnvwes ilirisi.L Having on the stag
of March, A.D. 175, been presented to ssl Pntmto t oort,
; and a petition Sir the protast thereof, and Sre tlsssa
1 uf inter testamentary to J. B Ulad. sarswss Oartsaa Osav
. ul, having been filed by blu.
It I hereby ordered, thai FRIDAY, th. SgltiNP far
Al'ltll.. A. D. 1471. at ten o'rlor a. J. of saja at
! tbe court room of said Coark at ta I'ossrt I
lulu, o ami tiie same is.
proving said Will, and he
whs-re any person interested may 1
said WUl. and the (ranus of letter t
It sa runner ordered, thai node thereof erven .e
UAZCTTK. newspaper printed
And 11 Is further orders
suhscntilng witnesses to said will, u, attend Sa at
said will, al the time appolntad.
I late. 1 Honolulu. II. I., March lata. 17.
a riu.wrn jtdp.
Attest: Jssttc. of oa mjpiimi iwt
Jan. E. Raaaaan. Depaty 1 lerk. fist a
hjl I'RI'.n; 1 ol RT
3 I.HI.ANU4 In
or THE llisiim
Probata tslainl of isaais. Jtt iSsii
InUie mailer of th Ksusie .1 tLKXAX-.-.
! 'inter aotsotnUn Ttsssa n i T, i IT "r
Alio, all tbe riant title and Interest of both
defendant In and to ail those parrel of land situated In
Mnanaiua. and described In Royal patent No Jon and
A wan I MS, and containing J acre and SX-luo, consiaUn uf
S apanaa or piece,
t'nle aald Judgment, Interest, coats, expenses, and my
fee and commission be previously satlarleiL
All the surveys, sc., and any Information can be obtain
ed at the Manhl'a Office.
Tbe sale will commence with the sale of the Land at
Mnanaiua, ss described In Royal I-atenl Urn. and contain
1 Apanaa, and they will be sold separate, commencing
with Apana No I, which contain S 6100 acres: No. 2
cootalns 7 7S-100 acres : No. ,-onunns zt-100 of an acre
No. 4 contains 1S I0O of an acre ; No. t contains 20-10n of
an acre : No contain 31-100 of an acre ; No. 7 contains
M-Ioo of an acre : No. contain 11-100 of an acre
After the above piece are sold, tbe Lot on King street.
Honolulu, aa described above, will be sold.
W. C. I'AIIKF, Mrshal.
Honolulu, Feb, II, 17.
At Reduced Prices.
sT Ali Shoe made st tbe forge of the HK.WT N11RWA V
"N T t'HAYTKa, Itlacksmith
n Corner nest to the 1 uslom House
Will and dl.e,-dn rsnWlearlr.n of no, f t
A Document purpornn U be la aa WBI sad
nieoi ,.r .vievan.ier lirrsilale s.w.
the I -.tr. day of March. A. a Ufa, seen
i roissie i ..on, and a I
flir lbs Issuance of Letter 1
named therein, having been Sled by PaNIKL SMITH. ,t
Honolulu : It la hereby entered taa rnlDAY. Sh StST
ON II DAY Of APRIL. A. D. 171, al 1 o else. A f
isssei nay. as uis i-TWiri ll'esm .,r i
House, in Honoluln. he. and Uie sa
the time for proving said Will sod I
III further ordered thai notice ttsereot . s, ssss-
An.l it Is funh-? ordered inaTI
sutssi riting wltnesss to add all ws i
Pl-olnt-d. A. FRANCO JJTJa
ns of a Cawrt.
Hale.1 Ronolaln. H. I.. March t. ITA
Attest: W s tTa R. Bast, 1 Tertr. SH M
sTa RUHR Miwoi
Mm. Ilan- MAKilAHrrr
uttiM. i i Bin Tnr. aritri.
I'M of a rirl-4 laa Has- Hrioer from
san Frniictsco. person having Horse are par
ticularly requested to rail and lest our ability In
HY a, I
WrTH snd l Ml ax anrH
oniplalnants vs. r. W. HI n HIiN aad N.tg
II' I Ill-SIN. Isefendanss. Be-or- t. Hon. a. W rwM.
ISM Associate Justice of Use aprRe ' . urt.
Hy virtue of decree sslisg owt of . stsgewsn Csssn
if law and Fqnity of the Hssrssan lass St. ta hew sf
' rl ft owse of
.hall, on HaSnrej.y.
tie front door of ihe
o' clock ll.SSlll
lerwst of mat defenejanst hi and
mortgs-ged premises set SsCtk and
oar ..f nunphdoanl rn tha
mm rollow vSs :
Yhowe prem tae d oared f g.
so. wmm & cfl.
' ' sThC Hev llvaVf W-
rrssm the -ssn f -swsg
ne n I lis sf
nr w fx w s
tx ft, soma is
v7t rt. sows-Wser -irsreg
t so w4 . HSS
sad. H w 'r- 7t'?'
W IS 7-0 ft
avX torn JT7 saar-
Notice to Creditors.
IN till "II1IR ol tin: KSTTATK III
i II Ills I I t N KI'KART. uf HososBiu, Srtss,
ITobale uf th. laal WUl and Icsleia i uf tk saal t'krss
tlan Kckan having boaa graatrd In lbs Huprsmi. (Vein
on the 7 Ad ds of February, Is:, and Lssrai T n 1
r Issued to Us l'ndwtaried, Malkllds Ki-karl, tUcu
trli sod aile dell,
Inpnreuani-eoforilerof Court, noucs Is hereby live u
to all creditor of the dsivs,! to Prcol inrtr claims
duly authenticated, and with the pr.sper vou b.ni. If soy
rtlst. even if to claim secured by asurlgsgs so real
estate al her store on Pun stress. In Honolulu, within au
month from date, or they will be forever barred.
MA rill LI IE EL'KART, aUecutrU
nooolnln. Pahruary II, 1S7X if lw
Till t MllRSlliSED IIAVINO BEX
oonflrmed by I he court sa Exsrntor of tin Eaut of
It. McCTBBtN, decssid, reqseatt all persona indebted
to tbe said Katals to make Immnllsli payment, aud all
who hare claim against th same In present them with
Voucher to tk nratslskjnsil during the term of si months
from date, or they will be forever barred.
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And Offer tor Bale
A FULL ASSORTMENT
NEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS !
Notice to Creditors
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