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KrrrptloRa nt ibe Pitlnce.
On Iiri.MT lest, at 11a. .. Hi. Royal nigh
" Trine William Pitt Leleinbnkn received tt
Iolani Palace the Acting, Conrnl of the Herman Em
pire. J. C. ..:.. Esq.. end the Captain of Bit Im
perial German Majesty ' ship Arcana, Baron Ton
Reiueiu. There were aim presented to Hit Royal
Hir-hsess the following omeers of eaid .hip :
Kareher Capitain Lientnant (Lient. Commander;.
Holrhaser Capilain Lient.
Aicheoborn Capitain Lient. " "
Sehwertlose Capitain Lieat.
Fiachel Lieutnant tor Bee.
Irajr t'nt. Lientnant ear See.
Borckenbagen t'nt Lientnant inr See.
Oelrichs Int. Lientnant tor See.
Sarnow I nt. Lientnant tor See.
Graf Ton Moltke Seconde Lientnant.
Hia Ri.ya! Highness was attended on this occasion
by Hi. Excellency W. L. Green, Minister of Foreign
Affairs ; Hit Excellency J. 0. Dominis, GoTernor of
Oahn Boa. A. S. Clegborn. and the Hon. E. H.
Boyd, Hit Majesty's Chamberlain.
I 'I I'M TOKNT OF PonKIOS ArTAlRA. 1
Honolulu. Mo. 1. 1171. j
ICorrca to hereby given, that at the reqocat of P. Ban.
nine, Esq.. Mr. William Marten of thrarlty, will act daring
II ahaence aa Consul for the N'etherlaads and Belgium.
And all pereona are reonlrod to take notice of this fact,
and respect Ills authority In that behalf.
w. l. Oitn,
Minister i.f Foreign A flairs.
On Monday last, the 10th inat.. His Majesty re
ceived at Iolani Palace at 12 o'clock noon, J. C.
Glade, Esq., His Imperial German Majesty's Acting
Conanl, and Baron eon Keibniu, Commanding H. L
G. M.' ship Arcona, who addressed His Majesty a
Tom Majbstt : My anenst SoTereljrn, the Em
peror William, baa aent me to Honolulu In order to
manifeat tbe iutercat which be takes in the progress
anu welfare of Vonr Majesty's dominions, where so
many of bis subjects have found a new home and
are enjoying all those advantages that the wise gov
ernment or Vonr Majesty afford! in the same degree
to foreigners as to native.
I am deeply impressed w ith the kind reception
which H. M. 8. Arcona baa lonnd at the bands ol
Vonr Majesty's Government, and 1 am bappy to
nave thie occasion to express to l'our Majesty my
In reply His Majesty answered :
Bison tor Reibkitz : It is with very great pleasure
that 1 welcome you here to-day, as well at the Offl
crrs or the fine vessel under your command, His
Imperisl German Majesty's Ship "Arcona"; the
first national Teasel under the flag of tbe German
Empire which baa Tlslted my Kingdom. I assure
you, that tbe subjects of your Sovereign shall always
enjoy every advantage which Is accorded to natives
ot tbia Kingdom, and that no people are more wel
comed to these Islands than Germans, whose indus
try and enterprise add ao much to the prosperity of
every country in which they reside, and It gives me
much pleasure to learn that your Sovereign tbe
Emperor William, has sent you Id order to manifest
tbe interest which be takes in tbe progress snd wel
fare of my dominions.
The following Officers belonging to tbe said ship
were presented :
Karcber Capitain Lientnant (Lieut. Commander.)
llolzbaubcr Capitain Lieut. " "
Ascbeuborn Capllaiu Lieut. " "
Scuwarzloee Capitain Lieut. " a
Fischel Lieutnant inr See.
Draeger L'nt. Lientnant rur See.
Borckeubagen Unt. Lieutnant rur See.
Oelricus-Uut. Lieutnant rur See.
Sarnow Unt. Lieutnant rur8ee.
, Gral Ton Moltke Seconde Lieutnant.
His Majeaty was attended on thie occasion by H.
K. H. Prince W. p. Lelelohoku; His Ex. W. L.
Green, Minister of Foreign Affairs ; His Ex. W. L.
Moebonna, Minister of tbe Interior; His Ex. J. 8.
Walker, Minister of Finance ; His Ex. J. O. Domi
Dia, Governor ol Oatiu ; His Ex. P. Kaooa, Governor
ol Kauai ; tbe Hon. A. 8. Cleghorn ; Hon. E. H.
Boyd, H. M.'s Chamberlain ; Hon. H. Kabanu, Hoc.
J. Moanaull, Hon. S. G. Wilder, Col. Ed. Hoffmann,
and Col. C. if. Jndd.
The anneal examination of tbe Haleakala Bora' Board
in Hcfaool will take place at the school-room, Jone tUl, At
s o'clock a. v The summer vacation will extend from
that date till the 14th day of Jaly. Parents and gnardlana
who may desire to have their children return home for
that period, mnst signify their desires to the Acting Pr-tn-ctpal.
I', li. Baldwin ; otiierwlae their children wUl be re
talned on the promisee. H. H lilTVRCOrK.
Inspector General of Schools.
Department of I local May alb. 18TS.
Circnil Conn, l liird Jadirial ( ir
calt May Term, 1M75.
Court opened at Hilo, May 4, at 10 A. M., Mr.
Jnatiee Harris, presiding. Justice F. S. Lyua, as
Rex vs. Eikana and Mele- Adultery. D. H. Hitch
cock fur the Crown ; W. 0. Smith fur defendants.
Kex ts. Kaiawa Polygamy. W. 0. Smith for
Hex ra. Kahalelepo Murder.
Rex tb. Palailei Murder.
Ilex va. Kamaka Inceat, E. G. Hitebeoek and
W. 0. Smith for prisoner.
Rex vs. Meheala and Loika Adultery. D. H.
Hitchcock for Crown ; W. 0. Smith for defendants.
Rex va. Pubili Housebreaking. E. G. Hilebcock
Rex vs. Kaluna Assault and battery. W. 0.
Smith for defendant.
Rex vs. Kabaunani and Kealohanui Furnishing
liquor to natire Hawaiiana. E. G. Hilebcock for
defendant. Nolle proa, entered and granted.
Rex vs. Kaboulilo and Palapala Illicit cohabita
tion. Fiue paid and appeal withdrawn. ,
Rex vs. Puaka and Hina Illicit cohabitation. Ap
peal not perfected.
Rex vs. Kaana and Waiwaiole Illicit cohabitation.
Kex vs. J. Cheesboro. Manslaughter.
Rex va. Keoni Asho. Polygamy.
J. Costa A Co. tb. J. R. Spencer Replevin. E.
G. Hitchcock fur plaintiff. Action withdrawn.
Akai va. Kaluahins Libel for divorce. Condition
al decree ordered May Term, 1874.
Alapai ts. T. E. Eldarta Trespass.
E. Asegut va. Ikeole Derserting contract service.
J. R. Mills tb. Awa Mills Libel for divorce. Con
tinued. E. G. Hitchcock for libellant.
E. C. Bond ts. Paakanla, aliaa Kahulanui As-sump.it.
N. George ti. W. Nswai Assumpsit. E. G.
Hitcbcock for plaintiff: W. O. Smith. Withdrawn.
haili tb. Alailohi Assumpsit. Vt itbdrAwn.
Kalua tb. Moi Trespass. Withdrawn.
Nskuaau vs. Kauwe Trespass of Animals.
In Re estate of Kawelo Probate of will.
J. Uanai va. Kalawaianui Deserting contract ser
vice. W. 0. Smith for plaintiff; Uoaai for defend
ant. Kukila va. Kanamu and Kaahukane Action on tbe
ease. Judgment for tbe plaintiff. Damages, $10.
E. G. Hitchcock fur plaintiff; W. 0. Smith for defendants.
The Islandtr, in iu last issoe, comes to us
enlarged to eight pages, and shows signs of a
gradual raetamorplioeis from a literary journal
to what all newspapers in Honolulu ultimately
become, an advertising and news medium,
adding a ''commercial" column, without
which, it wonld seem, no paper here can be com
plete. Whether there is room for a third news
paper of this class in Honolulu is very doubt
ful, unless business shall improve wonderfully
under the influence of the reciprocity treaty,
which we hope may be the case, and that it
may share in the benefits accruing under the
treaty. It furnishes, however, an evidence of
the scarcity of news items, when it refers to
the Daily Bulletin's report of the departure,
arrival and projected departure of the steamer
Kiiauea as having been announced all in one
day, Its editor being quite unable to compre
hend the various marine announcements made,
notwithstanding the full explanation detailed in
said Bulletin. The Minder has many things to
learn, equally abstruse, and as it grows older
its intellect may become more vigorous.
for Mr. Beecher to do than to explain his letters
and his conduct in this case, which he claims
to be ready to do.
This consideration disposes at once of all
the nonsense which has been talked about Mr.
Tilton not being on trial. Mr. Tilton is on
McCloskey, and at the close handed him a
brief, authorizing him to confer the beretta on
this newly appointed Prince of the Church.
The Archbishop having replied in Latin, pass
ed the brief over to Father McLean, Deacon
of Massachusetts, who then read it Count
trial, and so is Mr. Moulton. Their credibility Marefoschi then surrendered the beretta to
is the precise point at issue. If it is shown Monsignor Ronsetti, who handed it to Arch
that their word or their oath is not good against bishop Bailey, who then walked over to the
the word or the oath of another witness, it is Cardinal and placed the cap on his head, at the
of the very essence of the case. If Mr. Tilton
says his home was an ideal home, and that
Mr. Beecher alone destroyed it, it is for Mr.
Beecher's counsel to prove that his home was
not a happy one, and that the cause of its nn-
happiness was his own character. When he
asserts that nothing but Mr. Beecher ever came
same time addressing him in Latin as " Kme-
nentia tua." The Cardinal made a suitable
reply, also in Latin, and after intoning a " Te
Deum,'' and retiring to the vestry, put on tho
crimson robes of his office and returned to the
altar, while the choir sang "Te Deum".
Just before intoning the "Te Deum," Car-
between him and his wife, it is the business of dinal McCloskey unexpectedly commenced an
Mr. Beecher s counsel to prove, if they can, that address in English, saving he had two duties
The Australian Mall Service.
AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PUBLISHED AND EDITED RT
HENRY H. WHITNEY".
Mrrtsea Expiring; in May, 1H7S.
Uadc 1 3oo Kim. King si. Honolulu.
U--K Ktrehz A Co, Port KL Honolulu.
27 Israel Fisher. Leleo, Kona, Honolulu.
SO F Horn, Hotel St. nonoluln.
1 E P Adams, Wholesale. Queen frit, Honolulu.
.... I Mossman 4 Hon, Walluku.
,a DtOkSBr, Haiku.
IS Chas Kylva, Wallukn.
21-Tlias Sylva. Walluku.
Ji Akai. Hopuloa, Kona. Hawaii.
is C H Weunore, runahoa, mi... Hawaii.
1 Cbniw Tal, Keauhou, N Kona, Hawaii.
3 C F Bartow, Queen St. Honolulu,
tv AaoKut. North Kohala, Hawaii.
S W o Smith. Lahalna, Maul
13 H N Greenweli. North A Sonth Kona, Haw.
IN. I. lie Mn,. .
21 J W Knight. Burmm'B Hall.
- Amateur Varieties. Royal Hawaiian Tte i.tr. .
Ah Kut, Marine St, Honolulu,
11 Ah Kol Nunanu St. Uonoluln.
12 Ab See. Fish Market, Honolulu.
IS 1m: . Tol, Flab Market, Honolula.
17 Oo Tunc. Walluku, Maul.
Sc -Akela. Walluku, Maul.
Mr. FJ- Ilolsteln baa been this day appointed siren t to
graat Marriaare Licenses for the District of Walluku, lalaud
of Maul. In place of Mr. E. Saflery deceased.
W. L. MOEHONTA,
r OrBee, April 17, 1S7S. Minister orintertor.
American Centennial I'oni mission.
Tbe undersigned. Special Commissioners appointed
by His Majesty to collect, receive and forward ob
jects illustrative of tbe arts, manufactures and pro
ducts of tbe Hawaiian Kingdom, destined for tbe In
ternational Exhibition at Philadelphia, on tbe occa
sien of the Centennial Anniversary in the year 1878,
bast herewith to give notice that tbej are prepared to
receive from contributors all article or object? so
destined, at tbe office of the Hon. p. 0. Wilder, Ho
nolulu. As all article to be exhibited must be in
Philadelphia bofore March 4th, 1S76, tbe contribu
tions from these Islands must becompleted andreadv
for being forwarded at or before tbe end of tbe Tear
We beg herewith to append a list of some objects,
the natural product, and of tbe manufactures, arts,
industries and resources of these Islands, that it is
suggested may be seat to tbe Exhibition :
Specimens of Woods plain, polisbed, and in sec
tions of trees.
Furniture, made from Island woods.
Prepared specimens of birds and ashes, Ac.
Samples of vegetables and fruiti ; dried, preserved,
and green or growing.
Ferns, Cereals, Cocoannts.
Salt from natural deposits, or sun-evaporated.
Shells : corals of all qualities and shades.
Fibrous plants, of all kind's, natural or prepared.
Coffee in bags.
Pulu in bales.
Sugar from each large plantation : samples of dif
ferent qualities in kegs.
Wool ; samples from each Island, in the fleece or
Cotton : in bolls and ginned.
Rice in bags ; cleaned and uacleaocd.
Awa in roots.
Tallow in casks.
Arrow-root in kegs.
Manufactures : feather cloaks : mats ; tapat : cala
bashes ; twins from native fibrous materials ; ancient
atone ad sea : nab books : models of canoes : house
utensil ; models of bosses, of former and present
times ; leather of all kinds ; needle work ; shoes,
Photographs of Hawaiian objects and scenery.
Large map of tbe Archipelago, as a specimen of
native knowledge and skill.
Model of the Islands, mad to a scab showing tbe
physical geography and topography of the same ; the
mountain!, valleys, roads, forests, deserts, arable
and grating buds, villages, rivers, volcanoes, har
bors, mad population of each Island.
Books in the Hawaiian language.
Newspapers in English and Hawaiian.
Sutiatieal information of tbe educational and re
ligioua condition of the Hawaiian people, of what
ever religioua faith, creed or sect.
His Ex. tie Mmsrea or Ismaioa,
Savcel 0. WiLBaa,
J. C. Kawaisxi, Comminionara.
WEDXESDA Y, MA Y U.
Their Majesties the Kino and Queen
returned from Hilo on Sunday monting in the
steamer Kilanca, and were sainted on landing
by the war vessels Pensacola and Arcona with
royal salutes and manned yards. Their stiiy
at Hilo was ntj short, only one day, but they
were received by the citizens of that place
with every mark of loyalty. After learning
that the German war steamer Arcona had ar
rived here unexpectedly, His Majesty decided
at once to return to the metropolis, and greet
his naval guests the first ship of tho German
Empire that has ever visited this kingdom.
The Governments of New South Wales and
New Zealand, acting together, have invited
tenders in London for a permanent steam mail
service ran San Francisco to replace the pres
ent temporary one. The bids are to embrace
a 12, 11, ' J, and 11 knot service. The contract
ors have to tender for three routes namely,
one embracing New South Wales and Xew Zea
land, calling at Honolulu and Kandavu :
another embracing the same places, bnt leaving
out Honolulu ; and a third in which all the
stipulations of the first are contained, with the
addition of requiring the contractors to convey
tho mails from Auckland, Xapier, Wellington,
and Lyttleton to Port Chalmers, and rtcs rersa.
The European Mail says : " Looking at the
cost and the important nature of the service to
lie worked, it is evident that none but Crst-cluss
companies can undertake the work, so that it is
just possible that the secial commission will
not be troubled with many tenders from which
to make a selection." The tenders were to have
been sent in by the 23d March, but it was re
ported that none had been received up to that
In addition to above facts, which we gather
from American papers, we understand that la
ter advices state that three tenders have been
made, one each from the P. & 0. Company, the
White Star Line of Liverpool and New York,
and the Australian Steam Navigation Company
of Sydney. The liberal subsidy offered $400,
000 per annum for ten years will certainly se
cure the continuation of the present servicer
with boats built specialty for tho route. The
P. & O. Company are understood to be quite
anxious to secure the contract.
the marriage bond was violated by Mr. Tilton,
and not by his wife. If they show that Mrs.
Moulton's evidence was false, they bv so much
invalidate the testimony of her husband, and
if they succeed in establishing the fact of the
conspiracy which they have charged upon these
witnesses, their evidence at once goes by the
to perform : First, to return thanks to the pa
pal delegates and people, who had attended in
such numbers. He continued, " It is also our
duty to make acknowledgments to you, vener
able brethren and prelates ; to you, the rev
erend clergy ; to yon, distinguished officials for
State and city ; to all for the honor that has
board, and Mr. Beecher has nothing more to do been confCrred upon us by yonr presence here
There remains, then, tho question whether
Mr. Beecher satisfactorily explains to the jury
and to the world the letters which he has writ
ten to his assailants, and his relations with
them during the last few years. Upon this
their case must finally rest, and this they felt
when, after the signing of the tripartite cove
nant, they broke faith, and kept these papers
for future use.
this day." At the close of the hymn the Car
dinal gave the pontifical benediction, the cere
monies were ended, and the congregation
passed out of the cathedral.
The sLaterst about (be Lick Eatais.
The trustees of this estate have taken it into
court, and filed a complaint against Mr. Lick,
praving that they may be allowed to resign
Mr. Beecher'B explanation of and that other trustees be appointed in their
them Int. made thus far a powerful impression places. Their petition is in substance as fol-
upon the crowd in the court-room and the
hundreds of thousands who read the testinionv
" Wherefore tbe plaintiffs pray that this bonora-
Accept the - -vor.il reslguations of these plaintiffs.
Second-Appoint Trustees in tbe place and stead of
tbe plaintiffs. Third Settle, adjust and determine
the account of tbese plaintiffs as such Trustees.
Fourth Allow and direct these plaintiffs to pay
over to such succeeding Trustees the net balance of
cash remaining In the bands of tbe plaintiffs after
deducting alt lawlul disbursements and proper al
lowances. Firth Allow and direct Ibesc plaintiffs
to transfer and deliver to such succeeding Trustees
til ol tbe said trust property reniaininK in their
bands, real, personal and mixed, and effects of every
innocent. If not proved guilty, we are bound
by every consideration of law, of ordinary
justice, of common decency, to hold him inno
An American Cardinal.
Mexican Inxmi rration Scheme.
The reception given by His Majesty on
Monda3- to Baron von Reibnitz and the officers
of the German corvette Arcona, was a most
cordial one. The addresses, though short,
express sentiments of cordial good feeling,
and a desire on the part of the German Em
peror and Government to see our kingdom
prosper. It is somewhat singular that, when
so considerable a portion of our foreign opu
lation consists of Germans, this should havo
been the first visit here of a national ship of
that empire. As her navy is now largely in
creased, these visits will probably be more
frequent in future. The two exhibitions of
Prussian military tactics given here by tho
officere and marines ot this ship, during her
stay in port, will cause her visit to be long and
The reported grant of a license to sell liquor
on Maui has created some sensation the past
week, chiefly as a new departure from the old
order of things by which the licensed sale of
spirits has been restricted to this city. On in
quiry we learn that an application was made by
gentleman named Ford, for a jobbing license
to be located at Wailuku on Maui, and after le
gal advice, it was decided that he could havo
it on filing the usual bonds. Sulwequcntly this
decision was reversed, or at all events remains
in abeyance. The amount of the annual license
fee is 8250.
That the granting of such a license, though
nominally a jobbing one would practically be
a retail license, is admitted by all. The effect
would be to legalize the traffic in spirits on the
island of Maui ; and if on that island, why not
extend it to Hawaii, Molokai and Kauai in
short entirely break down the slight barriers
that remain to check the free use of rum among
all classes. That this is the present tendency,
no one can deny. But that it can be carried
out without an earnest protest, is not so clear.
A resident of Maui has distinctly stated that
rather than sec such a license granted there, ho
would cheerfully pay the amount of the license,
or even a thousand dollars. Tho disorder that
would follow the free use of rum, wonld render
it impossible to retain laborers, and to conduct
plantations. This, we think, is the view which
most planters, who have most at stake in the
matter, will take of it.
Thk two murders on Hawaii, of which
we give a report to-day, like the two previorjg
ones, are attributable mainly to the use of in
toxicating drink. That in Haraakna is said to
have been witnessed by several spectators,
themselves perhaps under its influence. In the
sparsely-populated and woody districts of that
island, it may be difficult to ferret out and con
vict the vendors, and check tho traffic, owing
to indifference on the part of the authorities to
see the prohibitory law rigidly executed. The
fact that the indolent natives of the islands will
obtain intoxicating drinks when they can, and
that their disposition when intoxicated is to
commit crimes, shows clearly what we might
expect, if their use was unrestricted. Even with
the partial enforcement of the taboo, rum is dig
ging the grave of the Hawaiian race. And
yet, some contend that " it is noble and manly
to drink runi," and that it is weak and ignoble
to shun it. The reverse is really the truth ;
and no man who cares for the perpetuation of
the native race will assist to supply him with
the damning, body and soul -destroying poison.
Hitler the new and more progressive admin
istration which now rules in Mexico, a bold
immigration system has been devised which
cannot fail to attract settlers, even from the
United States. Under the new law to encour
age immigration, Congress has appropriated
6500,000 to assist immigrants this year. They
are to be carried at the expense of the Repub
lic " from the place of their residence abroad to
the point of their destination;" provisions wi
be furnished them during their voyage ; thoy
will receive ninety dollars for their support
during the first year, and if they are dissatis
fied at the end of the second year the Reptibl
will pay their wny back to their native coun
try. When fifty families or more settle in one
colon', they may constitute a municipal cor
poration, elect their own officials, and adopt
ordinances for their local government not in
consistent with the State and Federal laws
Their lauds are to bo free from tax (except mu
nicipal taxes) for five years, and all their pro
visions, tools, and materials for houses shall be
imported free of duty, and any vessel bringing
more than ten immigrants shall lie free from
tonnage, lighthouse, anchorage, and pilotage
dues. AH immigrants are declared citizens
from the moment of their arrival, aud shall on
joy all the political and civil rights of native
citizens. Public lands will be set apart for
them, and each man who desires to till the soi
will receive not less than 110, nor more than
1100 acres, which he can cultivate without
charge for ten years, and at tho expiration of
that period may purchase, either paying the
full price down or one-tenth annually for ten
years more. Sites suitable for towns will be
surveyed, and a lot will be offered to every im
migrant, who, however, is not restricted to land
now wild, but may settle in any of the towns
cities or agricultural or mining districts. Tho
law implies that the immigrant may follow any
mechanical or laboring occupation.
We insert the details to show what is being
done in that Republic to entice settlers, and
to show that if we expect immi grants to come
and settle in our islands, we must follow the
example of New Zealand, Mexico, and other
countries and aid them in getting from their
native land to this Kingdom, where they will
find so many inducements to remain.
The Isaac of the Ilrooklj-n Xrial.
We see every day in our exchanges (says the
New York Tribune of April 8,) the hope or
the demand expressed that Mr. Beecher will
prove his innocence beyond the shadow of a
"doubt." Sometimes this is utterance of enemas.
and sometimes of thonghtless friends. It is an
expression which touches the very marrow of
the whole subject of scandal. When a man of
conspicuously honorable life is accused of some
infamona crime, it is the habit of too many of
his fellow-creatures to welcome the charges as
true until disproved, and to jump at the chance
of believing evil as long as they can ; and it is
too much the general fashion to form a sort of
ring about tho accuser and the accused to look
on impartially and see " fair play" between
them. Many people do not seem to see any
unfairness in requiring a man to be always
ready to defend himself against calumny or
conspiracy, and in giving to the citizen and
the assassin precisely the same weapons, a fair
field and no favor.
We have sought to treat this Brooklyn trial
with perfect impartiality thus far and propose
to continue in that course to the end. Respect
for the Court as well as for natural equity
would permit no other course. But we are
violating neither law nor decorum in recalling
to our readers the question at issue. Mr.
Beecher is charged by Mr. Tilton, Mr. Moulton
and Mrs. Moulton with a revolting crime. The
only evidence against him is the word of these
three witnesses who assert that he confessed
his crime to them, and his own letters, which
certainly need explanation. The evidence of
these three persons amounts to little or nothing
more than that Mr. Beecher confessed to them
bis guilt. If this stands, he is destroyed. If
this is invalidated, then nothing more remains
outside. If, as many think, the evidence of We Conrt will by Its Jndjfinent and decree: First-
Mr. Tilton and Mr. Monlton has already been
met and answered by the contradiction of Mr.
Beocber, nothing is left to consider but tho
psychological question, what induced him to
write the letters in evidence ? His work is now
one of commentary, anil his word if it is logical
and convincing is all the evidence required.
But the main question should not be distorted
and turned wrong side out. It is the business
of Mr. Tilton to prove Mr. Beecher guilty, and
not Mr. Beecher's business to prove himself kind belonging and appertaining to said trust, and
to make all necessary and proper deeda of convoy
ance, so as to divest those plaintiffs of all of said
trust property and the title thereto, aud fully invest
such succeeding Trustees with the same Sixth
Discuargu these plaintiffs entirely from the said
trnst aud all duties Imposed on them under and by
virtue of the said deeds aboTe referred to. And tbe
plaintiffs further pray that they may have such fur
ther snd other relief aa U meet in tbe premises aud
agreeable to equity."
This proceeding renders it certain that a
complicated and tedious maze of litigation is
destined to envelop, and not impossibly in the
end consume, the Lick Estate. There are
able counsel employed on both sides, and both
sides are confident as to tho correctness of
their positions. Should tho resignation of the
present Trustees be accepted, it would be diffi
cult, perhaps impossible, to persuade others to
assume tho office, in tho light of recent devel
opments, and though it does not follow that
the estate would revert to the donor, it would
probably in such an event be alienated from
the public benefactions to which it was origi
nally devoted. It is on the wholo a very great
pity that Mr. Lick should have made so daring
an exporiment, and should ho die before the
ensuing litigation is decitled, the charitablo
purposes of his later life will, it is feared, be
altogether frustrated. Meanwhile tho Trustees
have apparently pursued the ouly moans con
sistent with prudence and a due regard to their
ST. GOBGB't BKBSTOLanrr SocinTT. This asso
ciation of British subjects resident in tbe Hawaiian
Islands held Its Annual Meeting on Saturday even
ing last. May 1st, at the Hawaiian Hotel, tbe Presi
dent, H. B. M.'a Commissioner J. H. Wodehonae,
In tbe Chair.
Tbe following Utbllea of the Society were pre
Receipts daring the pest two years. I1108.S8.
Expenditures daring the past two years, $112.71.
Persons relieved, !S; bnried.S; now oo tbe books
recetTlns; aid, 1, and I family. Balance on band In
tbe Treaaary, 1715.77. Number of subscribers dar
ing the past year, 90.
On choosing offlcers for the ensuing year, Tnex
H. Divio Esq., waa elected Vice-Prraldeot; A. S.
Cleghorn, re elected aa Treasurer; and J. 9. Smith
lea, re-elected aa Secretary. Tbe Consulting Com
mittee on relief waa re elected, consisting of Messrs.
A. Toung, Geo. Lncas, and G. Rhodes. A Tote of
thanks waa passed to tbe offlcers who served daring
the past year.
It wal decided that representatives or agents of
the Society should be nominated in the rarions dis
tricts of tbe Islands, who should be requested to
Invite subscriptions for membership, and alao report
to tbe Committee any cases requiring and deserving
the aid of the Society; It being tbe wish of tbe
members that the St. Gerge's BeneTolent Society
should be aa national as possible In Its operations.
The business of the Society being over, the com-
Danv adionrned to tbe suuper room, the tables ef
which were spread In mine boat Herbert's moat en
ticing style, and tbe evening was spent in tbe enjoy
ment of good cheer, singing and speeches, until
midnight. Berger's band waa In attendance and
discoursed appropriate music. Tbe (olio wing toaata
were duly honored :
Tbe Queen of Great Britain.
His Majesty tbe King.
Tbe Navy of the United States; responded to by
Admiral Aliny, who gave,
Tbe British Navy; responded to by Captain Mist.
9 islam uk. -J. it am 1 1 I rfOaf. at.
In tne muter ol tte bbmsw oar nan la a ntmmn
of Honolula. aaaa. ssassst teskw afasaasB aaa w
prvbate oC W1B aad illl. I isaasasaaaaaa sat mm as.
Tina on ibe im .lay of May. x. n. nvra, Wasj
ti Iinle. AiL.mcrfbrlho'maat .
It la be rear oxftmrerf. tht FRIDAY, use
JolT. A. n. l.tTS. at ! o'etoc. A
roirt Boom ef
Catbak be, aad tbe K
aa saw. at ra.
i -own. as maMia. BB Mo aasoaei
heart srl 1 1 aiBIBia. wr .
Okas oom i Kir as a"e
eaatia anast, sa saw - aasaoaaZ
Archbishop McCloskey of New York, has
been the first to receive the title of Cardinal,
the rank next to the Pope in the Roman
Hierarchy. A deputation from the Popo
arrived in New York in April, and the 27th of
that mouth was set for investing tho new Car
dinal with his scarlet hat and sacred vest
ments. It is a singular spectaclo for an Am
erican clergyman to be made a prince of the
Catholic Church in a country where all titles
are ignored ; but the novelty of the scene
makes the record all the more interesting,
We copy the account from tho San Francisco
" Five Archbishops, sixteen Bishops and two
hundred and fifty Priests have arrived to
participate in the ceremony of presenting tho
beretta to-day. Thousands of spectators
gathered at the St. Patrick's Cathedral this
morning to witness the ceremony of conferring
the beretta on Cardinal McCloskey. There
had been an enormous demand for tickets, and
numbers who had them found great difficulty
in gaining an entrance through the crowd.
The streets in the immediate neighborhood
were so packed with human beings, it was an
even chance to seeing the portals of the church.
the interest manifested was so great, that
representatives from every part of the Union
were present. A number of front scats were
reserved for invited guests, and among those
seated in them, were Chief Justice Daly,
Judge Donohoe, District-Attorney Phelps,
Sinclair Towscy, Collector Arthur, Hon. Thos.
Murjihy, and many other well-known citizens.
" At 10:40 a. m. the head of the procession
emerged from the vestry, acolites leading and
bearing in the procession cross and tall tapers.
Then followed long lines of clergy, who, after
making semi-flexions before the high altar,
passed down the centre aisle, which was soon
passed. When the surpliced Priests had all
taken their places, the representatives of tho
various religious orders in the diocese began
to emerge from the vestry, in their pictur
esque habits. When the procession had been all
arranged in proper places, there was an inter
val of ten minutes, during which the church
was filled with the music of tho choir. The
procession of prelates at length emerged from
the vestry, with slow and measured tread
The audience rose, and a m
began to unfold itself a
York will probably never again witness.
Boys, with picturesque robes and swinging
censers, and dignitaries, in purples, preceded
Archbishops and Bishops. Tho procession
was closed by celebrants of mass. Bishop
Laughlin, of Brooklyn, Rev. Dr. McGlynn,
Assistant Rev. Father McGcan, Deacon ; and
Father Kean, Sub Deacon; then Cardinal
McCloskey, Papal Envoy, Dr. Ubaldi ; 6. R.
Ronsetti, and lastly the tall figure of Count
Marefoschi, of the Pope's Noble Guard, in
dazzling uniform. Cardinal McCloskey, wear
ing his rochet, purple cuiserek and mateleta,
knelt at the Epistle side of the altar.
Tho church was a level sea of heads from
right to left, from sanctuary to door. The
right, left and center aisles were packed as
full as they could hold with people, who were
glad to get standing room. When the bell
tinkled to announce the opening of the canon
or solemn part of the ceremony, the people
standing made an attempt to kneel, bnt were
unable to do so, aa they were massed so tight
ly together, and the very unusual spectacle
was witnessed by hundreds standing np dur
ing the consecration. Toward the end of the
mass there was introduced the carious cere
mony of " Giving tho kiss of peace." It is
not exactly a kiss, but an inclination of heads
together, while the hands rest in the others'
arms. The " Pax" was given from one to the
other until it passed along through to the right
and left, all through the crowded sanctuary.
When the mass was finished the interesting
part of the ceremony commenced. Cardinal
McCloskey rose and knelt at the left hand side
of the altar; the Archbishop of Baltimore
tepped down from his throne and knelt at the
epistle. The audience rose with perceptible
excitement, and some with bad taste crowded
Sugar Land in Kohala.
WILL BE OFFERED AT I'l 111.11 HO
TIO.V at 11 o'clock a. m. of
Wednesday the 2nd day of Jane next,
At tbe door of tbe Kohala Sugar Company's 9lore,
A Tract of Land comprising 1211 Acres,
As granted to I'll, deceased, by Koyal Iatenl No. 2M, and
therein described aa follows :
K hoomaka ma ka pall kabaJkal e pUI ana me lllklaupea
2, a liolo hema S ' blk 12.94 kaul I ko Kablno, alalia me
kona me ko Paiauutelo akau SS's 3 bik 22.SO kaul, e okl
ana I ke kahawal a hlkl I ko Kalua, he pnhaku x ma ka
pall blkina o ke kahawal, alalia ak 17 hlk 17.20 kaol 1 ka
pohakn nut e pUI ana I ko Kalua, a malaila aku a hiki I kahl
1 hoomaka at. Koe no nae ke kuleaua o kanaka.
Term Liberal. Knqulre of
AlUnlanl Itonae, May 10th, 1S7S. Uy It
Wil l, BE SOLD AT IM'KMC AMTIOX.
on MsKturdMjr, Mty -tb, at tbe Cburt lloome
In Waimea, Island of Hawaii,
ILL THE PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONGING TO TNE
ESTATE OF 6E0. HUEU DAVIS.
late of Waimea. deceased, conststlna; of Furniture, Fish
Nets, Crockeryware. Old Lumber. Horses (Superior breed.,
and Wild cattle runlUng In tbe mountains, dte. .
I inns Inab.
D. F. SANFORI), Administrator
it Estate of ). H. I la via.
where any person lnaer-tiNt mar
u.l n.i tit, a i on rawer Mass
It as fortn.-r unlcrrt,
O'lhllrntlnr.. f-.r ;hr-
uasetie," a aoaspasir arts sa Si
A.l It U rurtl-er ..merert. was
bases ST saw Boots inx i raw ronww
emtrt! UQ B IBS BBS OT BBB
Haled Honolulu. U. L, Mar
Jm. t fUawAaa. twv Clerk Ska raaaa
Al i-kimi: f Ol T u
:- n In
of MIIKKMAN I Hit, koas as?
teotate. r.l.-r ,.f ooatrw of
1 lumbers, twrbre Mr. Jasuc J
of Sherman rr. late of
ceaard. wherein be asska sa Sa
akaasaa htmHf with ssu.sai n
may bo exaxnin
may bo made of
his lianits to tbe
rili. anil his
tt as ordered, thai rt'fcMUAT. tbe Star a
D. IS7S, as Sea o ctack'A. M-. swtWo law i
hereby ka a
ma asssaar ear saw aaasal
with taw wrn impssi a as sw u
aUowsot ravsja n. .
they havo, why tho
b rowrt ssaasssaaaasBBSsaaaa, aw at Baa
aad accwaaaa, aad Unas as aa i mew
nCilda" aU Uuili " 1 "
party. And that this
pnhllshed in the
nrevlous to lbs
Dated at Honolulu, It. tass sd aaur of May. k. C i
a. rsugtn irDD.
AtK'Kt: J taaasew as two
J "co. F.. n,a.ran. Hep. clerk laap. twawa.
iff TaM avaWAUAM
1 1 the maaaar of saw - -
property. At I aaask iBSA kaaaso
HM M p- litaoi Ait.i accounts 'f rw.
pro asaaarlf wub fan ST. and
- 'W.j"m kawassMsaawaaaaa atSS
i-it i if. toi avr r t
wlmuri. In ITobaar.
of William LTAlX, lateef
of noUc of poUUon for i
and dnal dlatributlon of
Hon. A. V. Ju.li!.
On matin and
philua II. Davlc,
I jail, lab of Honolulu.
allowed Ails to, and rbaizre
asks that lllo euue may t
that a final order may be
1 1 la ordered, thai 'KI DA Y. tho 2SU daw ss? Maw. A. PL
IS7S. at ten o'clock A. Sf, hosW taw osad J salt I .asiaaaa-
twrs. In the lli.nw. al Hoax
hereby is opp.rfi.iMt oa tho dim and
petition and account, and that aU poraona kaarrooaad mm
then and there appear and anew rataar, tf asa mmt ana
why the ,iui- Mount uol ho ara
cvldem-o aa to who are nitlued lo t
thai thin Order, In tbe Fjtaj
tbe Hawaiian I ; alette" im
In Honolulu, fur three men
time therein appointed mr ai.l h. or.i.o.
Hated al Honolulu, U. I., tbas Skat day of Apes. A. O.
1ST. A. FRAM I. Jt ff.
A neat : JaaUeo of taw mipreaao twan,
Jato. K. Barnabd, Dep. v'terk say. CoarL ir-M
Si prk.he foi'arr of the hamaiuh
lalmasats) In Probate. In tbe matter of law Kaaaao
of AN I'KKW Al LP. lale of Honolulu, I
of notice of petition for allowance of aaa
and final davtrlbutlon of property. Alt
the Hon. Jnadre Judd.
tin rcadlne and rlllnc the pednoo aad e.
an.t William Auld. Executor, of tbe WIU of AB
late of Honolulu, iiceoaoe.1. wbarasa uaoy oak ka ho aaww.
ed 1 11 Si, and charm, themselves with 1 1 as, aad aa Was
the same may be examine,! and apwrovoil, a-id tSarl assess
auccewMTa wswan prcvUeBe lo as
na.le..fd!lrlb.itkMi ..f the I
lids to Ibe
i tui! their i
Fresh Meal, Corn Meal, Wheat Meal,
C. acked Corn and Bran for Chicken
and Horse Feed !
THE I II11!SI(,m:ii ha rommenreil the
manufacture of the above named articles, andw pre
pared to deliver them frefth to cUAUmiers. on Wctn.-wlnvs
aud Saturdaya of each week. Orders left with K. O. Hail
A Hon and DUlingbam t Co., will be flUed by
er Orders from tbe other Islan.ls soorJted. MU-tf
hould ii..t Ne aranled. and
oho are entitled u. ibe asM
MY liROTIIER.IX.LAW. MAX. ECK ART.
will act for me dunna; niv BBBBBBae from task bine-
Honolulu, May 12, 1S75.
MBS, CHIL KL'KART.
Ex Bark 'D. C. Murray'!
Steamer IVtilsLrtclo !
received aa Inroice of
No. 1 Extra
Which we will sell very low.
Pleaase B"lvr lis a call before ptarrlaaaalaaK elae
wnere. M-2m, DILLINGHAM ft CO.
HAS RECEIVED HI3 USUAL ASSORTMENT
agnificent spectacle Barrels of Pure Cider Vinegar
sccno which New
Hide on the Farm of C. Brewer, Esq., Boston,
AND FOR SALE BY
Notice to Creditors.
to late of Juo. D. Roblnaon. late or Honolulu.
NOTIC E IS HEREBY WIVEW THAT THE
last Will and Testament of the said JOHN li.
ItOBIXHON having been admitted to probate by the Hon.
A. K. Jndd, one of tho Justices of the Supreme t'oort and
I-elters TeKtamenury fawned to Elisabeth M. Hohlnson on.1
J. H. Kellikanaaaole, the Kxeratrtx aim Executor named
In the said Will, on the 7th day of May Instant ail per
sons having any property belonging to or owing debts to
tbe said Estate, aro hereby required to deliver or pay tho
same to the said ExccotrU and Executor ; and ail persons
having claims against the said Estate, whether by mort
gage or otherwise, are hereby required to present the sarnn
duly authenticated and with the proper vouchers, to the
aai.1 Executrix and Executor, at the oftVe of the under
signed, at No. IK, Fori Street, Honolulu, within six months
from this date, or they will be forever barred.
Attorney for the Executrix and Executor.
Uonoluln. May 12. I87S. Utt-at
Australian General Atlas.
A FEW COPIES. 1
I, that Kill PA V. tbe 2stb day of May
117S at ten o'ctor A. M.. ben.re toe
I'hHitiOerA, In tho t'oort Ho
same hereby Is appointed aa tbe time
mg said petition ami acrvunta, and thai all persona an
ested may then and there appear and abow raaoo, a a
Uiey have, why tbe a
preoent evidence aa to
perty. And thai thw ..r ler. In the Kaaltal
published In the ' Hawaiian ilaaelu- '
!in! Mihllahed In Honolulu.
prevu.UA to the time therein appointed f r ,.)
tut.! at Honolulu, U. I., thta :stli day of Ape. A. D.
IS75. A. rHA.M-la It tin.
A tteat : Justice of Ibe Supreme wart
Jan. K. IIahn tan. Dep. IVrk. Map. tonrt AT At
rriHE UNPARALLELED staeesnsa wiser.
X ever uwi places it ahead af all olaar Uaiaaaau,
or any other I ind of Medicine ever used for law awa of
tVciatica, Chronic or Inflammatory Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Kidney and y i
nai Complaint, Lame Back, Sore
Throat, Cramp, Toothache,
Sprain and Burn.
Wherever Riahop Soole's Liniment ia
rwoBBBB oe-ooao 'ro oofoerrioocs. Its value re
by those who havo a awl it at from $ to tl.seM par
bottle. The following art a hw iUsna stuck bars
eotno to us, and are of daily iia in isaaa :
A man borrowed a part af a bottle of Piih m fTaala'a
Liniment of bis neighbor, for immediate asa. A (aw
dara after, ha bought three large bottlea. rota mod a
fall bottle far the one borrowed, aad told kta oeigbr
that be woald not bo without Bishop 8oe!e'a Liataaeak
in bis house if it oost f2bQ per battle. A Bother, who
had Buffered twelve years front a lease knee, wasserad
with Biahop Soale's Liniment, aad aaid il waa worth,
f 1 ,000 per bottle. Aaolher. who had aasTered maay
rears from lamsnosa, so that he could eat walk with
out cratches, writes that ha is cared by as leg Bishop
Soale's Linimsot, aad aayfl that yea poo il pt mjM ,
too kigkly. Another, who had sewered from rkeasaa
titm foar rear., and could get ao relief, aaid kla frerads,
wherever he went, advised him to ase Bishop Soale's
Liniment. He had heard it ao many tiaaee. that ae
had gat oat of patience with them, aad woald bay a
bottle, and try it, bat he knew It wwald not de him
any good ; and wheaerer aay oae ever reeemmeaded
it to him again he woeld tell them he had aeed it, aad
it was no belter than anything else. Well, he aoaghl
one bottle ; Boon after, two bottlea aere. He ear
completely eared of hie rheumatism, aad allkoaga he
Is not a dealer la medicine, he has bought of ea aad
sold erty-air ooaoa bottles. Another man aa : "I
thank Uod, and Bishop .-tools a Liniment, that altar
Notice to Creditors.
Eatateef J. I Lewis, af Honolula, deeeaused.
PROBATE or THF I.AT an, . w ; IBank Uod, and Bisawp Liniment, thai
TesSmTn1? JZ SfJXEL f' J"" ? fclag-at, I am a well
granted In the supreme. Court, In Probate, on the -too, -lay
ol April, 17J, and letters of administration with will an
nexed having issued to tho andersurned-
In pursuance of onler of Court, notice Is hereby given
to oil Creditors of the said deceased, lo present Ibetr
claims, duly authenUraled. and with the proper vouchers.
If any exist, even If the claim la secured by mortgage on
real estate, at the office of the undersigned, on Queen
Htreel. Honolulu, within six months from dale, or thoy
will be forever barred. ALEX. J. CAKTWUluH r.
AuxnlnUtratnr, with will annexed.
Honolulu, April 30, 107ft. MJMt
THE I Mil Kill. M il II tt i; BEEX AP
Pointed by the Hun. A. Fomander, Executors with
will annexed of the Estate of late Edmond Mattery of Ho
nnaula. Maul, hereby notify all persona Indented lo aaid
estate to pay same ami all persona having cbaima against
same to present them within alx months from dale hereof.
WILLIAM MA PFEKY,
, Ex em tors of Katate late E. salTery.
I lupalakua. Ilonoaula, Maul. March to, 117. ftM-Im
" A norm: of 4 roohn. Kin iik,
Bavlh Iloaac, -., pletMntir "J 102 Led in tbe rt-nr
of the new Oovero merit Builolncat, and well
1 adapted for I sawyers' Offices. Apply to MB.
BARNARD, on tbe premises, or at tbe Uerk's Office,
MR. JOHN H. PATV BECOMES A PART
NER in oar firm from th date.
MR. SAMUEL M. DAMON Is duly authorised to sign
the arm name per procuration. BISHOP a CO.
Honolulu, May 1st. 175. aaMt
up amongst the clergymen in tbe sanctuary.
Ablegate Monseignor Ronsetti stood beside
Archbishop Bayley, and in a loud, clear voice
read tbe message in Latin, from Pins Popa to
his venerabilis f rater Archbishop of Baltimore,
setting forth the reasons which induced him
to confer the cardisalate on Archbishop
J VST RECEIVED FROM I.ONDOX, A EOT
of Hlephen's BLACK WRITING INK, the heel seal
offered in the market. For sale by
AtB-lmj U. M. WHITNEY.
ASM AM. ftECOXD-HAXD LATHE. SWING
mg a diameter of thirteen Inches, with Mlde Beau
Face Plate, Cane Be, ate For sale cheap. I on aire of
S3 m JAMEH A. HOPPER.
FOUNTAIN SALOON RESTAURANT !
J. W. C BO WELL, PatOPRIaTOB,
No. 65 Fort street, opposite H. L. Chase's
Lunch at loe Cream Room for Ladles.
Sugar Mill and Gear for Sale !
THE WAIPA arCIAR HT1M, COMPLETE,
la offend for sale al a low figure. To be delivered at
the beach In HanAlcl, Kauai. Manufactured at the Hooo
lulu Foundry. RoUcra 2ft I sin. longxlJ In. diameu-r
s Apply to r. a. wsAcrn a co.
PURE LIME JUICE
Warranted to keep on the Longest Voyage
In a, I, uid & gavDot. fcmUohn,
Prepared by George Morris
KAIIHI, 0AHU, HAWAIIAN ISXASDS.
For Sale by O. Brewer ck Co.
IMVI-4. PROCURED THE
flail " "rot-tlaa. Hera,. Htjowr from
M Jl' V" '' '' -'
Ucolarly requested to call and teat our aollily In
At Reduced Prices.
ur AU Shoe. tn. jWBraryo.WAy
Corner next to the Coatom Hon a-
NOTICE III HEREBY CITE TO ill PER.
sons Indebted to the Estate of A moo. a bankrupt,
lately doing hnsliii m under the firm of A tal. to make kav
medlate payment to Apana. who to authorised to isileU"
" balls J. c. OLAUJE.
astBMasun, April li, lira. (He 40
again. " Another. "Biabon Soalo'a I
only sarsd me from a great deal of aaaeriag. bet has
also sared my life. Ton ought to proelains It te the
world, sad let the people kaew that yoa hare (et
aomelhing that will ccurua." fi a.i issai "Bel
the people will not belier It." twrsaf asa "Tne
PlorLI will ULigre it they eaa'l help it . hat it m
yoa' daty to Ull them, whether they heliere er set. "
Aavther says, "I had tried physisiaa aad siaaeat
erery thing else and eoald get so relief ; mj tmm ws
pronounced inonrahie. bnt Bahep Soale's llilant
waa recommended to ae I tried it, sad it oom pietaJy
oared me. Voa oaght ts let ororysory know west
Biahop Soale's Liniment will do ; it is the heel Umg
is the world." Another. "I had a rsry see ere attack
of seistaea ; was under mj phyaietaa'a ease far a ksag
time, without any besest. I finally asked IT. .
prominent phytieiaa, if he eosld ears ae. He asid
he thought he eosld. I told him I woeld pat my t:as
against his ; if he eared see I woald giro bias IwtsV J
not eared, we were to qait ares. He tried it, and
Onally gar me ap as Isearasie. t laea tried Bwh p
Soale's Liniment, end is sig weeks was estlreiy eeiwi.
I want aix bottlea to giro to my friooda " Aa
"I bad a rary aerere attack of ajisataa ; w
my pbyaician a care for months ; ay leg bad 1
almoat aasless. My physieiea finally told ss hseeaid
not help me. aad adrised me to see Bishop Baals'
Liniment, as he had heard of remarkable sra hy il ;
I tried it, aad am completely nrai by It. M phyat
naa says It is a wonderful medietas.' Another. "My
wife bad bees confined to her bed for a Isag time, with
pinal complaint. The physieiaa eosld set help her.
On erasing a lady friend called to sea my wife, ase)
said, 'I bare bees jaet as yoa ate ; las aliislss eesld
not help me : I then seed Bishop Soalo'a Liaimat.
and it completely eared at.' She advised ae to try
it. I bought litre. large bottles, seed eotaisg ease,
aad is six weeks ay wife was as well aa erer."
Another, "I hare easered for years from a lease beak
hr worn plasters for a long time. Balsas aue'i
Liniment wal reeoaraeaded lo me; I aaed it. aad ay
baek ia aa strong aa eg er." Another. "I hare bees
a great saflerer from neoralgia. Bishop Soslw's taa
imtnt was reeommtnded to ae ; I seed it e4 il tared
a. While I aa writing thil. leturs hare eeae nt
from stea York State aad from Main., apeakiag is
the high tat terms of Biahoo Soale'a 1 i.iwa.a "
Tb foreg iing an daily oocntreaf s. aad are ia tb
worda a apokra or writtes to as. Wd aaaas aUew.
we might go os withoet limit, bat will oely said t
MB- Th. undersigned A0KNT8 aa git resarea
cs in this city, which wUl satisfy the aoat skepucai.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
AIL I'l Itsovs imiv, l I. IWt A-alwet
th sawats of the late ALLAN W. JUDD, watpta
Present tlum wlthoot delay to aithor of tea aaahnsgBwd'
CBA& R JfDP,
A rSAsriM it-dc
Reassess, Marrh J, mm