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The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEAM (XARIFIRRS, 400 and 500 Galls.
Of Various Descriptions.
arpone n. jcuncr. ji nn.
II. A. WiJetnann. a creditor filetl hi" petition
Fdi, 4 I S7C. praying to have one Frederick G.
Ptuieken, iletUreil a bankrupt, ullesjintf ibat the
tlehlur is owin! delitg to ilia amount of Two
Ibousund dollars, nnu tliat he owed petitioner
over four hundred dollars, und that the suid Pade
ken bad depnrtetl i!- - Kingdom on the 15tb of
Octooot 18fi, with the intent to defraud and de
lay his cri-dttore.
The restraining order to lite Marshal was is
sued, as was also the order of lattice of hearing
and directing service on the debtor, returnable on
Feb. 25 lbiti. At the bearing, due proof of pub
lication was made und the Marshal relumed the
rMt reining order complied with, and that ho bad
not served the debtor us he was not in the King
dom. Mr. A. S. Hortwell nsked leave to nppcur for
II. ii. Jackson, anil contest the petition, showing
to the Court that he had received satisfaction of
judgment bud in this Court at the last October
term, against said l'udekeu oil a writ ot exueu
t on issued on said jodgmenl at n date subsequent
to the alleged act of bankruptcy. Objection be
ing made and argument hud thereon, the Court
ruled that, II. It. Jackson was not a creditor and
his interest in thia matter was too remote to ad
mit him us n party, it bfing merely the liability
to be sued by the assignees when elected.
Mr. S. 1J. Dole uiked leave to nppear for E.
Miknlein:, Haul , Mookano, and Kapono, show
ing to t lie Court that on the 15th of September,
1675. they signed three several bail bonds cxeca-
ted v the said f. (i. 1'atleken as pnucipil, as
sureties to 'he same for the Hggregute penal sum
ol twenty-two hundred dollars, payable to W. C.
Furke, Marshal of the Kingdom, conditional on
the appearance of tile said Padeken ut the No
vember term 1875, of the Th'fd Judicial Circuit
Court, and thut the said bunds were forfeited by
tbe failure of the said Paikken to appear at said
Court. Section 9G9 of thu Civil C-ide was cited,
which reads as follows : " lie, is not due may ho
proved before the justice, allowing a discount for
interest, and all persons who are endorsers or
sureties for the debtor, or who have demands
uguinst htm as drawer or endorser of uuy note,
and it!! who have demands npon any bottomry or
respondentia bor.d, or for u debt that may be
come due upon any other contingency whatever,
may be considered as creditors within the provis
ions of this article : provided, that the bill, note,
bond, or other contract, bo made by tile debtor
bvfore the bankruptcy committed : and that the
debt demanded thereupon shall become absolato
before tlio Guul dividend of tho bankrupt's es
tate." The Court ruled that nlthough this section
might give tt'C parties the right to come in and
prove their claims, if bankruptcy of the debtor be
declared, yet they are not creditors with an in
terest to protect so as to allow them to contest
this proceeding, for it appeared that they had not
paid the amounts or the penuluesortbe ball bonds,
nor had they commenced any action to recover
the same against their principal.
As laid down in Holies vs. Padeken (July term
1875,) " the Court must be satisGed that the in
tervention of the opposing creditor will servo a
useful purposo either in protecting the rights of
tbe applicutil or those of the creditors at large."
The appearance of Mr. Hartwell for Dr. Wright
claiming under a deeii from l'udeken which might
be soiight to he annulled by a suit, was denied on
the ground that ho was not a creditor and there
fore did not come' wit bin the above rule.
The Court then took tho testimony offered.
i'er Curiam. I find that claims to theauiount
of over two thousand dollars have been proved
against the tlebtor, i. e. of
II. A W'idemann on two promissory notes for
of 936800 one for S150.U0 which with interest
amounts to $ 71J.iU
pot it ' I am qttttt aware," sarcastically said
Iiands.ll, " of the effect of it. I bare'for twelve
years learned its effect, in adversity, under tbe di
rection of yourself and that side of the Honse."
Applause from tbe Democrats greeted this vehe
mently uttered sentence, and the ' previous ques
tion " was seconded. Randall then proposed to
take the floor for ao hoar, bat to his astonishment
and that of his friends was completely floored
by Garfield asking " under what rule?" The bill
not being reported by a committee the previous
question cut off even tho hour for debate to which
a committee wu!d have been entitled. This was
a revelation in spilo of tbe " twelve years "
teachings boosted of by the Democratic leader
Independent Hanks strove to divert the Mouse
from its mixed feelings of chagrin ami amuse
ment by calling for the ayes ami noes upon order
ing the main question, which after a personal col
loquy between Itandtill and Blaine in which tbe
former wus called to order for addressing mem
bers as "you," etc., insted of addressing the
Chair was carried by 1C4 ayes to 100 noes.
tub "uao" MU ai'pi.ikd hi.aixk's warning
RANDALL FLOORED Adit.
Randall his ears still tingling with mortifica
al his recent sluml'le now asked unanimous con
sent for one hour's debate prior to Ilia final pas
sage of the bill, bnt Garfield objected unless op
portunity was also given to offer amendments.
This was relused, und Randall then asked tho
previous question on the passage of the bill ul
thouch IJ.aiuo warned him that the vole just
taken indicated tho llouso would not pass the
bill (which required a two-thirds vote,) without
the liberty of sonle discussion and amendment,"
and also gave notice that in case of such failuro
to pass, ho would move to reconsider the vote,
so us to offer his substitute and give tho House
the choice of thu two propositions. " The only
object on this side," continued Blaine, " is to have
alair rote; there is no disposition whatever to
block tho question or to evade it, but merely to
havo an opportunitv to make a record on it. The
' gentleman (Randall) will see that he will evi
dently snre lime, and probably create better feel
' iny ami more harmony, j allowing the bill to
I tuke thai course, because this side of the House
has power to enforce that course. This was
lair warning, but Rrtidall rushed blindly on. The
previous question was seconded, thu main ques
tion ordered, and the bill was defeated by 175
ayes to !17 noes less than two-thirds having vo
ted affirmatively. As this result was announced,
Blaine rosu lo a "privileged question" and
moved to reconsider thu vote. Speuker Kerr
failing to understand tho motion, was about to
put it to tho House, when Blaine checked him
by suying : " 1 propose to debate that motion,
und now "ivo notice that if the motion to recon
sider is agreed to, it is my internum lo offer the
amendment which lias been read several times."
And thou ho launched boldly iuto the speech
which Randall had striven so hard lo stifle by Ihe
previous questiou Unit speech which led to one
of the most interesting debates thut the House
has beam lor years. I bus a second time in one
day was Randall's overweening confidence, in his
twelve years knowledge of iho rules, brought to
grief, and ihe majority really looked quite gloomy
over it evidently wondering whore to find for
Lhemselves in Ibis Parliamentary Kgypl some
other and ubler Moses.
made the blood ot Uuion men boil with indig
nation. At the conclusion of this remarkable
speech which was greeted often with enthusi
astic applause by the Confederate and Copper
head members Garfield got the floor.
QR.NERAL OARFIELD STATES JEFF. DAVT3' CONNF.CTIO
WITH THE ATROCITIES AT ANDERSON VILLK.
Garfield's speech was probably one of tho best
be ever made. It was absolulely unanswerable.
The charge touching the rebel atrocilies was not
made, he said, by the " humbug comipiltee" as
Cox called it. or ;ho "eXrteor partisan com
mittee" as Hill termed it, bdl by tbe Govern
ment of the United Stales. At Ihe close of Gar
field's masterly und exhaustive speech a parlia
mentary debate ensued as lo whether, under the
rules. Blaine was entitled to the floor, which
ended in a somewhat doubtful decision against
right, and an agreement that he should have it
for an hour on condition that he should then
move the previous question. There was during
this I. liter discussion much feeling on both sids,
especially among the ex-Confederate members,
who were so greatly excited against Blaine as a
friend of mino sitting with them informs me ns
to call out lo Randall: " Don't give hiui a minute
damu him; not another minute!'
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Nunann Street. (71 m) ASTTAX.
The. " net of bankruptcy " relieJ upon is tlis
departure, of tfie suid debtor from tho Kingdom
with the intent to defraod or delay his crndilors.
and it appears in proof, that tho suid l'udeken
was on tlio lSth of October 187o, under tvo com
mittals for trial at the Circuit Court to be holden
on Hawaii in November following: ono for lar
ceny and one lor receiving stolen goods, and that
be had been convicted ol larceny from which con
viction lie had appealed to the samo Court. He
was therefore under three criminal charges when
he absconded this Kingdom secretly, and was
next heard from in San Fruzciaco, by loiter uu
der date of Nor. 18tb 1875. "
In order to constitute the departure from the
Kingdom an act of bankruptcy, it must be with
intent to defraud or delay his creditors.
The circumstances under which this debtor
hns departed this Kingdom should be considered.
He escaped in order lo avoid arrest and imprison
ment, end has put himself in u position which
makes it impossible for him to continue his busi
ness and so his creditors will of necessity bo de
frauded or delayed. Tbe immediate object of
bis departure from the Kingdom was not the de
frauding or delaying his creditors, yet, as tbo de
parture was to uvoid imprisonment, it is extreme
ly improbable that lie will ever return, as it is to
be assumed ibat no man willingly sulTets impris
onment wbco be can avoid it. The necessary
oud natural consequence of his act beiug to de
fraud or delay bis creditors, he must, in law, have
so intended it.
Fowler vs. Padgett, 1 Durnford k Ivist SOS.
Woodier's case, and Koikes vs. Poreda there
I therefore adjudge and decree Frederick G.
Padeken to bo bankrupt
A. Francis JrnD,
Justice of the Supreme Court.
W. C. Jones Esq. for petitioner.
February 28. 1876.
Bt.AISK S FIRST SPKKClI JKFFRKSOX DAVIS RRSrO.V-
Slim.lTV FOR HORRORS OF ANIiKRSOXVIU.K.
Meanlimo tint speech went on. Tlio ex-speaker,
conscious of bis strength and naturally pleased
with his victory, was at his best. Hriufly epitom
ized it was a record of liepublican gooduoss lo re
pentant rebels, and a terrible arraingment of Jef-fer.-on
Davis ns " the author, knowiugly, deliber
ately, guiltily, and willfully, of the gigantic mur
ders and critnus of Andersonville." Its purport
was that of tho 751) persons in tho South yet un
der disabilities, he was willing, upon their taking
an oitlh to be loyal to the present Constitution,
to vote amnesty to all save the man that was re
sponsible for those horrors. Of Jedcrson Davis'
connection with lliein, ho cave proofs, and crea
ted a marked sensation on the floor and in the
galleries evoking appluuse, especially in that
purl of it where, with reouunt voice and solemn
einnliufis uud uplifted linn, lie said : " 1 havo
read over the details ol those utrocious murders
of the Duko of Alv:i in the Low Countries, which
are always mentioned with a thrill of iiorror
throughout Christendom. I have read the details
ol the massacre of St. Itarlholomew that stand
out in history as one of those atrocilies beyond
iimieinution. 1 have read anew tlio horrors un
told und unimaginable of the Spanish Inquisition.
And I here, before- CiOd measuring iny words,
knowing their full extent and import declare,
that neither the deeds of the Duke of Alva in
the Low Countries, nor tho massacre of St. Dur-
tholomevv, nor tho Ilium-screws and engines of
torture of the Spanish Inquisition, beijin lo com
pare in atrocity with the hideous criuiu ol Ander
souvillc." In tho midst of the slurm of applause
that shook the whole House as it was dying
away, rather wus heard tho voice of Robbing of
North Carolina, shouting, ' Thai is an iufamous
slander." ' Thank Uod, Mr. Speaker " was tho
reply, " lli.it while this Congress wus tinder diff
erent control from that which oxists here lo-d,iy,
with a committeo composed of both sides and
both branches, that tale of horror was placed
where it cannot be denied or gainsaid." And
then he read from this report (concurred in both
by Democrats and Republicans) the sickening,
dreadful details ns sworn to by """a Southern man,
and a Democrat, and a Catholic Priest." And he
farnishod further proofs from Southern evidence
of Davis' knowledge of nff.iirs at Andersonville,
which, while they might not be sufficient to con
vict before a Soolhern jury, curried conviction to
his own mind and tbe minds of most of his Nor
thern hearers, at least.
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The jircsit Amnesty Debate in 4 'on
Kress. The Majority Defeated by A Minority.
From the Sacramento Union. J
Washington, (I). C.) Jan. 15, 1876.
Amnesty, in connection with the notable de
lute and exciting sceues and disclosures growing
out of it, has absorbed all tbe attention ol states
men and politicians at tbe National Capital dur
ing tho present week; and, as the excitement
bas been felt to tbe remotest bounds of tbe Re
public, there may be both iotercst and instruc
tion in briefly reviewing tbe battle and giving
some of tbe speculations bare indulged in politi
TilK GKNERAL AMNKVTV DEBATE TIIROUGirotT JUN
DAU.8 FIRST DKFBAT.
You must understand, then, in the first place,
that Kandal! from tbe goodness of his heart and
from considerations of Centennial Kxkibition and
Democratic party policy as well, -ret baps thrust
suddenly upon Ihe llouso a bill granting amnesty
to every ono of the seven hundred odd Southern
rebels y.-te remaining under political disabilities.
This bill he proposed to put through tho Demo
cratic House ander the operation of the " previ
ous question," although it had been considered by
no committee. His idea was that this would give
him one honr for debate which he magnani
mously intended to divide between the two par
ties and that be could push it through without
amendment, or else, if it failed in that shape, the
ous would be npon the Republicans. . Events
have shown that he " counted without his host.''
lilaine had prepared an amendment, excepting
Jeff. Davis fram the amnesty, and prescribing a
form of oath touching the future good behavior of
those to be amnestied. On Ihe first day of the
struggle he bad it read and printed in the Record
that all might know its purport. On the second
day when Randall sod lilaine first seriously
V locked horns,'' Randall, " to avoid technicali
ties," re-introduced bis bill ouder suspension of
the rules and demanded the previous question.
Rlaine desired to offer bis amendment in tbe na
ture of a substitute. An exciting colloquy en
sued Randall acknowledging that the effect of
sustaining the previous question would be to cut
off all amendments : cot off everything, as Blaine
SUNSET COX ATTACKS REITM.ICANISM AND BLAINE
WHO KII.I.KD COCK ROltlN ?
Cox rose to reply, und his speech was decidedly
able and nitty a studied effort, which he leud
front manuscript enlivened, however, by occa
sional sallies inspired by the moment. It was at
once n Copperhead attack upon the Republican
party for its ' revengefulness, an attack upon
Blaine's aspirations for tho Presidency, and a
glorification of his own party especially that
unit of it represented by the letters C. 0. X. It
was a mixture of wit, sarcasm, eloquence, tin-
trulh, mockery, and impudent repartee, adorned
with allusions and illustrations classical and
otherwise a speech of which he might well feel
proud, were he incapable of shame. Of tho Re
publican party be declared that " thoro is no
precedent in history and do cannon in political
philosophy which they havo not outraged.
The annals of American amnesty furnish a
record of Republican wrong. During
the long and bloody years of the war tbe Radical
party sought with tigerish appetite not lor peace
and unioq 80 much as for revenge aod conquest."
He spoko bitterly of its " insectiverous attempts
to foster fresh bate ;'' of ju . " party spile" its
inglorious and unreasoning policies of hale ;" and,
said he, " the history of tbe Netherlands, under
tbe Duke or Alva, is the history of the Radical
ism, spoliation, murder, death mid tyranny in the
South since 186.1." Tbe Republican parly is not
clement and ' umnestical," be declared. "His
not true," said ho. " It was not true during the
war. It bas not been true since. It is not tsue
to-day." He mocked at its alleged magnanimity.
' Why," sneered ho, " it allowed yon gentle
men of the Sootb facing tbe sixty odd cx-Con-fedcrate
officers now members of the UonscJ to
como oacii to me American uongress i uod
bless us all 1 The Republican party, by the grace
of the gentlemen from Maine and others, elected
you meo of the South by removing your disabili
ties. Down on your knees, gentlemen of the
South, before Ilia Majesty of Maine!" From
these touches you will observe that it was in
parts at least a trade, but it hugely tickled the
Southern members, while some of the personal
allusions naturally made Blaine restive.
Next day Hill, of (Jeorgja, formerly Chairman
of tho (jonlederate Judiciary Cenmiltee, and Jeff
Davis' " right arm" daring the rebellion, took
the floor, and despite the warnings and efforts of
his more cautious Democratic friends, let out of
tbe bag. where il has been go long biding, the
rebel cat ! Before this appeared, many Republi
cans inclined to tbink that Blaine 'bad acted
without his usual wisdom in excepting Jeff.
Davis that it would make a martyr of hitn. But
when Ben Hill let out the rebel cat. or rather
tiger,' Republican opinion was almost if notuite
unanimous in approval ot uiaine s course. When
Hill, with cool effrontery, shook his gray bead
and with measnred vehemence declared that
" The atrocities of Andersonville do cot begin to
compare with the atrocilies of Klmira. of Fort
Douglas or of Fort Delaware," and thai " of all
the atrocities, both; at Andersonville and Kl
mira. the Confederate Government stands ac
quitted from all responsibility and blame" bu
LAINES SECOND -envil
Next day Blaine took the Boor under this
agreement, uud " Rome howled" during bis hour.
Interruptions flowed in from all sides ol the
House as lie squared himself, bit out right and
left, uod knocked down his adversaries on all
sides. He forced Democrat Caullield, who at
first " couldn't recollect" thut Camp Douglas was
made for Union soldiers, and that the rebel
prisoners niar.'d in as the soldiers marched out,
und had the same quarters and accommodations,
to confess: "I think it was so." Ho forced
Democrat Harrison, who. like Cuulfield, cornea
f.oni an a-joining district, to say that he knew
of " no cruellies at that cuinp." I'hnn he 9bowed
that Cox who now speaks of the "ex parte
statement's of thai humbug committee on the
conduct of tbe war." and stands up denying ihe
atrocilies of Andersonville when in December,
18G1. a proposition was before ibe House for re
taliation, opposed the resolution, declaring in his
speech that " This resolution provides for inflict
ing upon the rebel prisoners who may be in our
bauds tbe same inhumane, barbarous, horrible
treatinnient which ba9 been inflicted npon our
soldiers held ns prisoners by the rebels. Yet
uow, said Maine, be takes his side among the
great defenders of Andersonville, and says uoth
ir.g has been made out cxcopi upon ex purto
staleuiunts ! Hereabout Sunset Cox lost his
lemper so badly as lo bawl out " you are a
hyena !" Of course Blaine took no notice of
this, nor of many another blackguardism he may
BANKS "Oil." THE mix WITH BANKS' OAT GOES
TO THE JL'DICI.AItV COMMITTEE.
At the close of Blaine's powerful but somewhat
desultory speech, Randall moved the previous
question, and gave half his hour to Banks, who
wished to amend the bill by addiiiu; lo it an oath,
and who mutle a slronz effort to ' pour oil on Iho
troubled waters.'' After a sharp colloquy be
tween Randall and Blaine, the bill was referred
to tlie Juiliciury Committee with instructions lo
insert Banks' oath nobody making objection,
und u motion lo recousider and lay suid mo
tion lo reconsider on the tulilo was agreed to.
THE " GAO " A. i t IN ATTEMPTED BLASE VICTORIOUS A
Next day I'roctor Knott reported it back
from the committee, with the onth attached, and,
rigidly refusing to permit the views of the Re
publican minority, of that committee to be stated,
or a word to be said, demanded tbe previous
question on bill and amendment. The previous
question was second und the main question order
ed by 183 ayes to 92 noes J und on i! passage
the bill was defeated by 184 ayes to 97 noe9
less than two-thirds voting affirmatively. Blaine
Immediately look thu breath Out of his opponents
by moving to recousider that vote and declaring
in spilo of their frantic efforts he would hlod it for
an hour. Ti en he compared his proposed outh with
and lo thu injury of that, which Batiks offered
which ho leinied a "Iran for the unwarv."
" There are no unwary men on our side." said
Banks. " Which is the gentleman's side?" ask
ed lilaine, ninid great laughter. " Tbo aide of the
Constitution and laws of the United States," re
turned Banks, amid applause. Then Blaine read
u letter from ex lioveroor Holden, of North Cu
roliua, to Ihe effect that he was impeached and
removed from office in 1870 for attempting to
suppress the Ku Klux, and now is Iho only man
in Ibut Statu who cannot hold office, and alluded
to the improvement on foot to impeach the brave
General Ames und removed him from the guber
natorial chair of Mississippi. These Union men
are to be disabled, "oird poor Jefferson Davis is
to be free to enjoy tho Centennial at Philadel
phia !" '.' Now," said be, " I desire to offer my
bill, and I will yield to nny gentleman on the
other side to move to strike out the exclusion of
Jefferson Davis, nnd they can havo the bill'pass
ed in thirty minutes." Randall objected. Blaine
again asked-unanitnoua consent, adding : " I will
yield to any genlleman to move an amendment
to it. I will en,, to that side of the House all I
havo asked for my side. If gentlemen refuse
the proposition il must he because they do not
want any bill passed. I am for a public amnesty
an amnesty that will iro through." Randall
sneered ul his sincerity. A third titno Uluino
gave tbe Democrats the chance. Robbins, of
North Carolina, and Randall objected. Aod
immediately the cock crew j. "Then," said Mr.
lilaine, " I will end this matter, which is within
my power. I withdraw the motion to reconsider."
That ended tbe debate, aud Blaiuo sat down cov
ered with laurels. Capitol.
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