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B. A I THOU I I 1 .
irth d.i
nf Snvemher. being the birthday
l.e the Kids, wilt he oNirwl as ft National
M ilnVw. w ill be cloved on that day
W. I.. MOKHONITA.
HHt tMhat. Star, a. 1(C6 Minhlrr of the Interior.
VavxaafMivctm that from and after chin data
skjaae am IrreyaUoc pcivtusrea In th" rltv nf Hono
Kti af ill fee permitted la el eidse the same from C to I
a a... eel from 4tl p. ni. each da , and at no
Luc above will to liable to for-
MI pnrlktraa. and Lav. their up, on t hp street
( ROBERT MBK
I Hanlnhl c-upl NHR WorkB.
w Work. Nov. t, l7
sr. L. Mur.HUNt A. xtlniaser of the Interior.
I A W ATI GAZETTE
AX I VPKPF.NPENT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PUBUSHKH ANI KPITED BY
EfiNRT II. WHITNEY.
Th- f.weea mse Be.eawn MM been tide day appointed
aledsruienla u rontrarta for labor
a 1:0 provwoous of an "Art In anient wec-
laaall'w as Art forth protection of parties to
byrjeclloti KIT of the LlvUCode,
of July A. D. U'i. spprowd
A. tt. 17:
JLihne and Koloa. Kauai
I MOKHOXI A. Minister of interior.
Mil, KI.
e. m . vninai
i haa torn tin- day appointed ltoad
! IfJaM ..: II MMM ofilahu in place of tSa.pi. i. H.
Lmi ; and to baa aK torn appointed Water supervisor
u (tort of the Honolulu Market In place of t SapL II.
K n 1 II H all W. : MOKHONITA,
Manner of ttt- Interior.
r lint. 17.
have been till day duly appoint
rut:
Sooth Kona Hawaii.
fawam
V. L. lomm, Minister of the Intern. r.
lntertor CBaVre. Oc St. lire
Tat foUowang per-a,.
I Ag-ot. to Orant Marriage IJce.
K. fci miail i .
'I w Kaaweuaole
of election SJ1 of the
doaerc will to coualrucfced and .1
of -;ray. for the district of
Halo. Intend of Hawaii, al a place called Kaakepa, makal
W. L. MdKUOKLA. Minuter of Interior.
eol. uctotor Sa. 18.C.
U'KDKEUDA T. NOVEMBER 8.
A LETTK.R lias been received at (lie Foreign'
Office from Senator Sanretit, speaking in the
most complimentary terms of Jndge Allen,
our Envoy Bl Washington, nnd of his labors
in connection with the Reciprocity Treaty.
The letter was hronpht out by the hasty com
ments pnblished in the Sail Francisco and
Honolulu papers, which censured him for a
lack of vijrilance in securing its speedy opera
tion. Knowing Judge Allen as well as we
do, we were confident, at the time, that the
writers who censured him were misinformed,
and that when the facta became known, it
would it found that he was most active in
securing its final triumph, and to him a large
share of the credit justly belongs.
hw IU. Ito provialona of Section Sti of the
ivl (Ode I bare
Pain aa Poundmaater for the
In Ike aMtM of Hilo, Island of. Ha
rk Kiri, Governor of Hawaii,
of te..v. of Hawaii. October IS. !?.
a loan H BasXAKT) has been appointed nrk of the
air date the lat Oct.
of the Hupreiue Court
ly oootor. ITC.
ne and eurgery granled to
lsr. A. S. KlrJkala on the scth day of October. 1874. lias
W. L. MOF.IIOSL'A,
Riii,... : of the Interior.
Ir.ier. irffic , .K-t It, l;r.
have been comtnlssioued as TAX
the provisions of Section 4n of the
Oahu.
t.eoree II
A. Kaolik.
lAlialna .
Mataaao I
Haa 1
Mntara' and Lana
jtlJiMli
' """
Klaa-
Ni!tojT-'I' 1Z 11!
John E. Wilder.
Maul.
.J. O. Kawehe.
1- Atolii.
A . Nabalcu.
I'. KaniaL
J. A. ICauEau.
Hawaii.
I. W. Keaotuakaot.
T. E. Klderw.
W. T. Martin.
R. n. Nahinu.
J. G. Hoapl.i
It- I'. KMkahl.
J am en nod.
C. WUIbnua.
Kauai
-H.J. Vint.
I.. Kitpiihu.-lima.
I'. lSihlula.
I-alakaluhL
J II. Kapuoial.
JOHN 8. WAI.KKH. Minister or Finance.
Finance lagparunent. Oct. 24. 1S76. St
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
PTJBIaIO 1VOTICB :
TENDERS WANTED
FOR
Inter-Island Steam-Communication !
npHF ' K THE 1XTF.RIOB Is
M prfmrC in rrrr.vr toncm fur rarryiint Uip IU-
ttuM intpr-ia.n( mkUv and kn-lnir up Kiiciiiarfara
OSMMVMkMlMi bfwrn tho KawmiUn lalandft. In uoctinl -uc
wlit, An Art ftppmrvd on lb Ittth dv of kSeptfm'HT,
A- IX KM..
I he not )rm Uun Rvc Humlrf-tl (SO0,
i Mtmartmmt, mmUknttta and hi found.
( tttf A 1 at I .i.iy.r. or of -ml cUua ; nlip must
I af not h-ws tkmn lnr (9) Knot per boar at
in inr Boiu-r una at tiit- n-ini.Hr
1 oi Kt-riaw ami taunt tf rradv u rommciire her
tir: lau-r-Iatmsd Trip not laur than January is-. 1---
ut ajjl i pkMl luoutlilT fTuni ttie Mid
alie iinj- bav perforoied her
not leas than two (2) Trips
around the Ialand of Hawaii.
bark u Honolulu ; oik-
to Hiio or Kisalakeacna, aJteruatiiuc,
Ioruv and back u Honolulu;
Lb around the Island of Kauai,
of, and other particular
u do tbla work abouid
If ;o or more Teoderv appear to H.s Majeniy'siiuvern-
r rraperu nearly equal, and ..tu ormore
to botld the Veasai and Marlutiery In this
r will hare the preference.
TV part who may obtain th tvti tract will br allowed
r- of dnty. all Jiateriala requirvd for the con-
.r tlie .-ajvl i-.uployesl In the nervioe.
' eniitlen t.. all th- itlarhta, Prlrileae
now necured to Forrhrn steam Unes by
1 on the the n rtuy of Aurut. 1?74. rn-
UtX - Aa Art to Encouncr Steam NavixAiion with
a Wm am mooui in wbket
Thr arntd Sumner rout make
mdk aaantt from Honolalu art
i inntifg at the uaual Jloro ai
, i Trtp wh month to U
and I 'him at Uv uaual
HH JtolnK.na 1UC iL;. r.
.. .
aa saaajart. fret
aasl MawsaaMss
A Art approv..
af Prakrht and Paaaiore mam lint exceed the
al aaa loalar raaca oeretofore chareed b.v the Mranirr
aLIIJU KA eie. iallv for Heck Fadsaina.
All Tender must he aent to this Office on or before
THI RSDAT. the 14 dar of November. A. II. IT6. and
kin f,w o,-er Twelve Hundred and lift.-
f 1.20 1 per month or for a lororer ttme than Ten
of the Interior does not bind himself to
Lto losasat or any Teuder, and aaUatactory Bonds
from the oontracnnx paru.Hi for the due
of lto Contract. w. L. MOKHOM A.
Minister of the Interior.
, Honolaln. OaUn. Oct th, IKa.
The Boarrl nf Iinmicrution han decided to
invite the immigration of Portupnee from
the Western Islands, and offers a free passage
to a limited number of men accompanied with
their wivos, who will come hither and settle.
The question as to how they shall get here
has liecn solved by the opportune offer of Mr.
Dactlett, of New Bedford, who will furnish
passages to such as may choose to migrate,
the Board guaranteeing Messrs. Bartlett &
Son forty-five dollars passage money for each
man and fifty dollars for each woman, that
mnv be brought out in their ship, the
whole number not to exceed two hundred.
There are now about 4U0 Portuguese here,
and they arc among the most industrious of
our people, being generally small farmers or
; dairymen, or serving on plantations and
I ranches. An increase in their number is very
desirable, and the Board acts wisely in taking
these prompt measures to secure a further
immigration of them.
The weather for the past month has been a
meteorological enigma, puzzling even the
clerk of the weather, who, with his baromoter.
pluviometer and anemometer has left for parts
unknown, disgusted with all the signs of the
times. Such weather as has prevailed hero
for a month reminds us of the appropriate
ness with which this ocean was named Pacific
for it has been during this period " as
smooth as a iiiill-rjond." Five months with
out rain euough to ly the dust ! but it should
be added, that the dust is six inches deep.
An old resident tells us that he has never seen '
it to dry during forty years residence in
Honolulu, as it has lieen this year. This
drought extends to Maui and Hawaii, while
Kauai is comparatively well off, rejoicing in a
mantle of velvet green, and having had a good
soaking from the Equinoctial Kona which
passed over the group a month since.
Yestf.bday, "the first Tuesday after the
first Monday in November," was the national
election day in the United States, when five
million votos were cast for electors of Presi
dent and Vice-President. Messrs. Hayes, of
Ohio, and Wheeler, of New York, are the Re
publican nominees ; and Messrs. Tilden, of
New York, and Hendricks, of Indiana, are
the Democratic. The following table shows
in what States the Republicans and Demo
crats controlled tho State Governments dur
iug 1870, which supplies the most reliable
data obtainable on the probable result of the
election :
R Statea
Maine
New Uamoshire
Vermont
Matuacbneetts. . . .
ltbo.tr Island
Saw Jersey
Pennivlvsuia
North Carolina. .
South Carolina . .
Florida
Ohio
Michigan
Wisconsin
Illinois
Minnesota
Iowa
Kansas ,
Nebraska
Colorado
Nevada ,
Oregon
f'tOnnerlicnt . ..
A New York
6. Dataware ,
... 31 Maryland
.... I Vlrgtaia... .
I Wast Virginia
2 Otorfria
...10 Alabama
... T Mississippi....
... 41 Louisiana
....! Texas
II jArkansas
lO'Kentncky
12 rTeunaanee ... .
.. . 6 Indiana
.. .11 Xiasonrl
a California
-
.... t
tl
wo I
Vole
.... e
....as
.... s
... 8
. ..11
S
.. 11
.. 10
...
.... 8
.... 8
....
....12
....12
... 15
....IS
....
Onirarrtrrie Regulations and Rules Adopt
ed by the Board of Health, October
Sail, 1878.
Hr ran 1. No person aball be allowed to board atiy
naaj arr.rind oS the ports of this kingdom, previous Id
I 2. JU1 allots are hereto Instructed, upon hoard.
. V. snake strict enquiries as to the health of
u they are attained rrom the
' that no roataseoua disease (lists or has
aM Hr a pertod os ekyhteen darn previous, th. y wm hoist
a wtaMr fiat, sad are at liberty to brine the veaaet to
aarStiar or so a wharf aa Lto captain may deal re. Should
law pilot, uaoa the statements made, have reason to sup.
poae that dawasi exwta. or kaa axsan-d within etfhleen
nt past, lee will oaaaa I he yellow nag lo he hoisted, and
await the arrival of Use part physSdau. who wUI report
aa Car Board of Health, and the pilot will await the order
af ri II anil.
il No person aball leave or vbntany qnaran
ar asKsnonre mat shall have
quarantine parpoa.- by the Board of
by written peenllsal ,n of the Board.
f iraia . t wder as ru-ru instances provided for as
a lira. asasC caarlllaw Or paraooal haaxace be allowed to
to asl aasaare. isTurt ajsrlow nndatsone ancb disltifectior
as mv or oruerec by the Board or Health.
i a. No amaB aball to landed from anyveM
board or havtnit had amall-poi on
Use aaaaasra. ezor.pt by written Mrmixalon
f Use rt uaMtsit ssTakw atoard of Health.
X. B Carrlaii. 7. S. U, H and If of Chapter U of the
: code or this aoaiwawa. rasausl nvt public neaitn.
i T. Notice aball be given b.v the Board of
y ll, by Dur.lLshlnr tli.
r of the district, or where there Is
sr. by rarrdasr Usean to be posted in three
of the sown or dtetrkrt: and each notice of
abaQ to fit mien legal no oca to all per.
L" CWl Code, eecttoo ZM .
aerSSaa t Kverr person who ahall violate any rearu-
rd of Health, after the same altali have
i provided in the last preceding section.
tswainisMlrrfl oouara.' (Civil
i.i
of Health may trofn time to
Us to to performed by all
nil 1 1 asl. at aay port of the kingdom : and may
i as it shall lodge neces
r of the inhabitants." , Civil
All the states in the first column arc pretty
certain to have gone Republican yesterday,
with perhaps the exception of North Carolina
and Florida, doubtful states, with fourteen
electoral votes. On the other hand, California
probably gave yesterday 5,000 Republican
majority, Indiana, 5,000 : and New York,
10,000 to 15,000 for the same party. Ap
parently, the contest looks like a very close
one, lint there can be no doubt that Hayes and
Wheeler have secured at least 200 out of the
360 electoral votes.
As some of our readers may not understand
how this largo number of electoral votes is
obtained, we will say that each state is en
titled to one vote in tho electoral college for
every representative and every Senator which
it has in Congress. There are 293 represen
tatives, including Colorado, just admitted into
the Union, and 76 Senators, making a total of
369, a majority of which, 165, is necessary to
elect the President and Yice-President.
.We shall not probably get the full detail of
the election by the steamer next week, as she
will leave San Francisco the morning after
the election ; but she may supply us with
returns sufficient to decide which party has
won in the contest.
Dr. Scott, p. S. Consul, figures the result of
the election as follows :
waiting. Then she can't get off till noon, and
finally does get off about 3 p. m., having been
In port from 20 to 24 houra. The causes of
the delay we know- nothing of, but we are
certain they do not rest with the agents, who
are generally done with the boat at the hour
set. Now, the remedy is very simple fix
lirentt-four hours fVe lime the can remain
her. Generally this time is necessary to
discharge and take in freight, and when it is
not, it is needed to cool down and examine the
machinery, which requires inspection : and if
this is not done in port here, it is done at sea.
One of the engineers of these boats remarked
in our hearing that " he considered a stoppage
of 24 hours at Honolulu as an absolute neces
sity." .
Involution.
The three lectures which Huxley has re
cently delivered before crowded houses in New
York, have invested this theory with fresh in
terest, and have as a matter of course stirred up
the more excitable of the religionists to fierce
opiosition. There is a large class of well-meaning
people who believe that the theory of Evo
lution is Darwinism, and that Darwinism is
Atheism, but we must acknowledge that to us
the development theory appears more con
sistent with what wo know of God's plan of
work from actual observation thau any other.
It may appear to be inconsistent with the
Biblical vereiou of the creation of the animal
world, but no more so than the teachings of
geology are inconsistent with tho literal de
clarations of Genesis, which only a few years
ago it was a heresy to doubt, that the world
was made out of nothing in less time than a
week. Many wise and reverent Christians
(says the -Ar. Y. Indep-ndent) either warmly
advocate or willingly accept development.
At the present day nearly all students of the
laws of life are Darwinists in tho broader
sense of the word. They are believers in the
origination of species by birth and develop
ment, and not by special creation. Of these a
fair proportion, as large a proportion as of
lawyers or of statesmen, believe in God and
in Christianity. They are an exceptionally
intelligent body of men, thinkers by careful
training, and they believe that one can accept
heartily the cardinal truths of our faith, and
yet hold that man and all animals and plants
are developed from primordial vital genus.
Some respect should tie paid to such men.
They deserve it. They may lie wrong in
holding both to development aud religion ;
but the presumption is that they are not. In
this matter the theologians are at a disadvan
tage. They do not have the final word in this
matter of development. The belief of the
world is to be settled utterly without their
advice. Not what they say, but wjiat the
scientists say, is to conclude the debate.
Whether species have been produced by de
velopment or by creation is a question of fact,
to be settled purely by scientific evidence. It
is not a matter of philosophy or of morals, to
be decided by consulting the psychical or
ethical consciousness ; nor is it a matter of
revelation, to be decided by consulting the
Word of God. For the conclusion we must
examine to see whether new species are being
now produced about us and whether the re
cords which the earth has preserved of its own
history tell ub anything on the subject. This
is a task of the naturalist, and not of the re
ligionist : and, so far as we can judge at pre
sent, the answer which the naturalists will
give is in favor of the new theory.
Evolution does not deny God. Nearly all
evolutionists are theists. We acknowledge
that it appears to remove God a little further
off: but that is only in seeming. God may
bc just as active and present in law as he is
in miracle. Be it romembered that every
single conquest which science has made in
reducing phenomena under the sway of law
has appeared to many to put God at a greater
distance. But by it God's government has
only been made more orderly and his own
character more glorious.
Many wise men hold, with Professor Asa
Gray, that the argument for the existence of
God drawn from design is not destroyed nor
even weakened by the theory of evolution.
They see a designer in the law and progress
of the evolution of au eye or a hand as clearly
as in its absolute creation. Now allow us a
God, and revelation is an easy deduction.
That evolution is inconsistent with tho literal
piosaic interpretation of the story of Adam
created de novo out of dust, and Eve out of
his rib, wo do not deny; but the story of
Eden is so true in its essence and yet carries
so many signs of a symbolic or poetical mean
ing that this fact need disturb nono but those
who will not listen to reason. It is even true
that the story of the fall of man in its most
literal interpretation, with the doctrine of im
putation of Adam's sin included, is not utterly
inconsistent with development, though it is
with Darwinism. None but the most rigid
defenders of an unchangeable faith, settled to
its minntiiB some centuries ago, need fear the
doctrine.
The KxplonIoH att Hell Gate.
Centennial Letters-Ho. 7.
PiiLi,XLPBTa, Sept. 21, 187S.
Dear Gllrrrm. I mint make a brief mention of
the Government building which is quite as rand an
object of attraction as toy of the It principal hslli.
Here everything is arranged in the most beautiful
and orderly manner. There is a mioature of the Gene
ral Post Office, at Washington, whieh tranisets a great
deal of business ; mails are sent an.1 received daily,
postage and postal orders sold. There are models
of almost everything nsed in the army and ntvy,
beautiful boats of full site, and life-tike figures of
soldiers and marines and common sailors in the fall
dress of their different rank and nation. The fur
suits worn by Dr. Kane when cn his Arctic eipe
dition is exhibited ; a life-like face with elan blue
cye shinning oat from the fur.-v folds of (he cap
with its warm ear eoverings. Tbs exhibit of fire-arms
and accoutrements is particularly full and minute.
There are portrait of all the coomanders and naval
officers who base distinguished tletnselves in the past
history of our country. Keliss nf Washington and
many things which show ths contrast between the
times of a century ago and the present. Outside the
building are immense cannon and ambulances and
army wagons ; also specimess of fog signals, both
the braying bora and the shrill whistle. There Is
also the hospital, into wbico I but peeped, for its
long line of exquisitely neat beds with snowy white
coverings and close mosquito nets carefully drawn,
seemed to breathe an air of being the abode of sick
ness, which was heightened by the figures of inva
lids with bandaged limbs suspended, or splintered ;
and it seemed by th small number of visitors about
it, to breathe an air af tab it loa, and I felt as if 1
was out of place. There is a dispensary attached,
everything conducted i4 the plans of larger estab
lishments of the United States Government. The
grounds around are lept with exquisite neatness,
and beds of lovely floffers ornament tbcin, the same
as in other parts of the park. One of the greatest
curiosities, to me, iu :be Government building, was a
Urge glass case whiili was labelled "Antiseptic Re
frigerator," where sere frusen fruit and fish. There
was one very largs fish, unnamed, suspended from
the centre ; a fyanisb mackerel was exhibited,
which had been already shown in this same way in
two annual fairs of 1S74 and 1875, and one very
large black trout which hud been on exhitition three
years. Wjellter the ice keeps solid all the time there
or is renewed, I had no one to explain, but there
are slabs of ice with strawberries frozen in them
which do not ckange day after day as we look oo
them. Some pistes of luscious peaohes and straw,
berries show tbtir tempting forms day after day
without change. There are many curosities from the
Arctic regions, at stuffed walrus, and sea Hons of
immense sixe, ant painted models of whales of
various kinds. Tie white whale was really elegant,
as I thought, though I beard others express a differ
ent opinion and alaost shudder as tbay went past.
While on the subject of State Buildings, I neglect
ed to mention Mississippi, whiob is more attractive
from its quaiutness outside thau wonderful beauty
within. It is a log structure of native woods, and
all of it rustic. The poreh and railings are made of
the most fantastic roots aud goarly brunches, every
part is festooued wth the graceful banging of moss
ot the Southern swamps and bayoas so that it gives
a most pleasing variety to the line of Stale Build
ings. A brief mention of the Pomological display
which is made in a building by itself quite near to
Agricultural Hull, must olose this letter. liere is a
sight bewitching to the eye, grateful to the sense of
smell, aud must tsmpting to the palate ; bat every
where the warnings " Hands off 1" " Do nottouch 1"
" Visitors must not touch the fruit I" keep as all,
men, women and children in order ; and the police
are on hand if aoy one happens to forget. Here aro
lines of apples that might well be called as tempting
as Eve's forbidden fruit. Peaches, plums, pears,
and grapes in endless variety ; and crab apples iu
large quantities of most beautiful shades of coloring,
perfect little beauties to gaze upon, but only fit for
preserves. The jelly and marmalade made from
thetn is most delicious and a great table ornament.
The display of fruit from Canada quite surprised us ;
but of all the exhibits Californian fruits carries off
the palm. Such peaches, plums and grapes 1 Tbey
charge a pretty good price, but it finds ready sale.
This display is improving every day as the fall
fruit ripens. h. a. c.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A la talma -
Arkansas
Cahlornla.
Connecticut
Delaware.
Florida.
Georgia
Illinois.
Indiana.
Iowa
aaaj gal u-Aeait. a:,i
OaSta. Wlfss aav
I 1 1 I
I , v IS I States t ?
I s I i i
C I O - r
10, (Nebraska 1 "
iNevada. ... S
S at. Hampshire- a
SlKew Jeray a
lev York U
4 K. Carolina IS
11 Ohio
II Oregon....
15 Peon. rs
11 Bbode Ialand... 4
t is. Carolina 7
B Teaoeasea - 1!
S Texas t
7 .Vermont 5
8 Virginia . n
It W. Virginia--.
11 Wisconsin- 10
I Colorado........
15 1 S14 no
Kentucky
Ixiulslana -
Maine.
Maryland.
ataaaacbosett..
Michigan
Minnesota.
W"1-PPI
Missouri.
He claims that more of the States placed in
the doubtful column will go for Hayes than
for Tilden.
The steamer's stoppage at this port ought
to be a convenience to the mercantile public
na well as Dassentrcrs. instead of an nnnnv-
i arrtv- I ' r ' : '
to an persons wao may vkdi or I ance, as it has been on several occasions.
.- (Clvu cod,, section jeav I . . 1 . . . , .
-SSaeatawia. Aay s isasl which shall refuse to anbmlt j for instance, we uoai arrives late in me
tw &1i2Z VSESZmE?. afternoon, and it is given out that she will
"'.'' - caisreatiaaHr hsrsadarsng , u w g. practicable in the morning.
Saaa yaSa aaaaafaaa any eaatarrows ttlisan. or any disease, j r n
i la the raxanc s 1 etii . ahaa be nahie to seizure, Bumor fixes six o'clock, then eight, then nine,
ror tne Drneai ot toe puooc rrea- , , ... . , ,
I rail i vvtivu pasaetigeis Bltu waw ' ' uu utwiu
New York, Sept, 14 The explosion at Hell Gale
was successful and harmless. After the last gun of
warning a deep hash fell upon the multitude. Th
stillness was oomplete and unbroken from then until
the third (an at tea minutes to three, which was fol
lowed precisely at nine minutes to three by the ex
plosion. In straight and seemingly narrow likes
running north and sooth for aboat three hundred
yards the water whitened and arose evenly tbree or
four feet high. A dull thud was heard ; the rocks
trembled beneath the feet of the multitude as from
two quick short pulsations of an earthquake, the
water, which appeared to remain stationery for an
instant, broke and sported up In irregular, dark
yellowish masses, aboat twelve feet high, mixed
with dark smoke from the dynamite ; then it fell
bask, aad in a moment the river resumed Its usual
peaceful aspect, then a mighty eheer arose from all
the northeast side of the city, and from the steamers
and boats steam whistles were blown, the bells rung
joyously, aad all was over. The report was scarcely
noticeable ; not the smallest fragment of rock was
hurled up, and not so much as a ripple was caused
upon the water, only just over the spot where the
explosion took place. There was no concussion la
the air, aad not a pane of "glass waa broken in the
city or on Ward's Ialand. Immediately after the
explosion hundreds of row boats set oat at their best
speed for Hell Gae, each anxioas to hare the honor
of first passing over the scene of the explosion.
That the work was effectually done is the general
feeling, and this also appear from the fact that the
police boat passed over that spot safely. The tide
has been materially changed by the explosion, and
bow the current sets directly on Big and Little Hill
Rocks, and they will hare to be exploded next.
New York, Sept. 25. General Newton pronounced
to-day the Hell Gate explosion thorough and com
plete. Some persons war inclined to believe from
th slight noise and shook that only a part of the
explosives had been discharged.
CI. W. BUOWH,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
M0NTOOMLUV SQUAIIK, over Smith's Bridge.
Roads Cinatracted, itridxes built. Obstructions remuved, de
una esuioiiilnnrni cl-nee at rj c.. ttatuntavs.
IT
Maps and Profiles.
lyr
AFO.-Vtt A tt III I li,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers
in General Merchandise
And Ciiloa tloodn. In the Vlre-Proof Store on Nouann
Street, uudar li e Public Ull. 617 ly
YV.U. W i 14.111 ,
SHIP AND CENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Shop on ludd Wharf, foot of Nunna Street, next to the
Old C tutors) Uouie, Uunololu, H L
CARRIAGE REPAIRING DONE.
Uu constantly ) hand and for tale, a good aasortment of
the Beat Unr Iron.
AH orders from the other Inlands will be carefally attended
t). All work iu my line executed with dispatch Dd guar
an teed. 06 I 7 1
FAREWELLEXHIBITION
Colosseum, on the Esplanade
Charles Derby ....Proprietor and Manager
lly special denlre, another MATINKK will be given for
Ladles and I'ulldren.
Ob Saturday, orcmber It lb,
Ou which occasion a large tlttue PAPER BALLOOLY will
be seat up, and everyUitng done to please the little ones.
Doors open at 3:30 ; performance to commence at L
Carriages may be ordered at i o'clock.
Prices of Admission Tickets, 50 eta; Children, 26 eta.
H.
On Saturday Evening,
L'ESTRANGE ! !
Will make his last appearance prior to bis departure for
Australia, and that every one may have the chance of
Seeing his Wonderful Performances,
The Prices-of Admission
Will be Reduced to One Half!
The Evening Peformance will conclude with
A GRAND DISPLAY OF FIRE WORKS!
Dress Circle 30 Cts. Pltv.
Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Commences at 7.S
.23 OS.
17 It
9:
snuT
For Immigrants.
HPI.EMDID LANDS FOR PEAJTCTS ;
three crop yearly. Apply to Mr. Peccenlnl Nuu-
alley Wood Plantation. 81-lni
NOTICE.
ITHE VXDEBSItiSKD HKEBT IVK
public notice, that as my wife. Kaulaokealil Kalpo
Brown has left my bed aad board without Inst cause and
provocation, I shall not be responsible for any debt con
tracted by her on my account.
WILLIAM BROWN.
Koloa, August 24tb. 187. HTav
Executor's Notice.
1 IX PERsOXH HA VI.4; CLAIMS AGAINST
J the Estate or LLEWELLYN ZL'BUN. deceased, are
requested to present them, duly authenticated, to the
undersUroed, Executor, within six months of the date of
the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever
barred ; and all persons Indebted to the said estate, will
make immediate payment. JleSBPii 0. CARTER.
Executor Estate of Llewellyn Zublln, deceased.
Honolulu, October 18, 176. H 1m
Great effort are being made ia norland and oa
the Continent to send medical appliances and mi
terisl comforts to tb seat of war in Turkey for both
8rrinsaad Turks.
In the Estate of Christopher H- Lewert,
Deceased. Notice to Creditors.
A IX PERS4SXS HA VI NO CLAIMS AOAJNST
the Estate of the late Christopher H Lewers are
hereby required to present the same duly authenticated
and with nrooer vouchers. If any exist, even If the claim
is secured by morupxffe rrpon real estate, to the under
surned. at the Rank of Blsnop A Co, Honolulu, within six
months from the day of publication of this notice. And If
not ao presented within six mouths from date, or within
six months from the day they fall due, they will be barred.
CHAD. K. BISHOP,
Wat C PAaUUt,
Executors A C H. Leavers.
Honolulu, Oct l:th, 117. "
Notice to Creditors.
A IX PERSOXN HAVING CLAIM asralnat
the estate or John N. Oilman, late of Kau, Hawaii,
deceased, whether secured by mortrare nr otherwise, sre
requested to send their claixoe. properly authenticated,
addressed to the undershrncd. at Kabuku, Kan. Hawaii,
within six months from the first publication hereof, or
they will be for ever barred.
O. W. a JONKS, Kxentor,
K A H ELEOLK OILMAN, Executrix.
Dated this IStb day of October, 197. (14 4t
Notice of For e closure of Mortgage
NOTICE IS HEREBY til VEN that pursu
ant to a power or sale contained In a certain deed
i.f niortx.se. dated 7th day of March. A. II. 1ST, made
between Kealohapannle w and Klbel. her hatband of the
one part and It. H. Hollister of th.- other part and re
corded In Liber 43 on page 197 and 1M, In the Reftitry
Office In llonololn to secure ibe payment of T.mt hundred
doners In one yesr from the date thereof with Interest
after at the rate of .ate and one quarter per cent, per
month The said H. R. HollLster intends to foreclose
nld mortsrage. and arter Ibe time limited by law to cause
the mortgaged property to be sold by public auction In
Honolulu for s breach or the condiUops contained In the
said deed, audi property oetns described aa follows :
All that cert. In piece and parcel or land .Ituated at
Kauwsuui. Manna Valley, Island or Oabu, more parUcn
larly set forth and described in Royal Patent, No 70S,
together with all Ibe tenements thereon and Ibe appur.
tensi.ces thereunto belonging ssid land containing & ss-100
acres.
Dated this 24lh day or October, 17.
R. F. RK'KERTON,
li-3t A ttomey for the said H. It Hollister.
LEASE OF HAWAII AN HOTEL
A.t Auction,
'.
-
AT ALIIOIlXl HOUSE,
At 12 M.( November 18th, 1876.
IoM-aslou to tee srlvess Jim. I. 1877.
tt tr For rurtber particular apnly at the office of
611 lm .WIN IsrEK OF FINANCE.
SHINN'S NURSERIES !
SHINN & CO.
NILES, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
jTHE PROPKIirrORN OFFER FOttjM
ejv BALIS, la lanre or sm.01 quantities, SfV
FRUIT TREES!
Every welt-tested variety of
Apple, Cherry, IMum, Nttc Urine, Peacb, Prune. Crab.
Apricot, Pear, Quince, Fir, etc., etc.,
NUT-BEARING TREES !
Aim hi I, KI.L.M .h Walnut, EnRlLih Flit., ri, CbMtuat,
Black Walnut, Butternut, Pecan, etc, etc.
SMAIjIi fhuits
Currants, Blackberries, Grape, Rupberrles, Uoose-t.-rr..
i ri.: , . ..-. ; an i. I'.-rvi.i; iik-.i J.tp.ni and Native),
Loquat, Paw-Paw, Curob.
EVEBUREENs, ami other Shade or Ornamental Trees
EU(:AtYPTU8(Blue Oum) in variety, Pepper Trees,
Cypress i Yellow aad liuuey), Hues, Cutalpa, Uafoolla,
Tamarind, etc , etc.
SEMI-TROPICAL FRUIT TREES,
Orange Lemon, Lnne, etc, etc.
Roses & Ornamental Shrubs & Plants in
great Variety
Catalogue and Price List, can be obtained on application
to Messrs. i A.-1 1.1. t COOKE, Honolnlu, who will receive
end tbrward orders for trees, and to whom payments
of bills can be made. 4m-15
H. HACKFELD & CO.
OFFER
FOR SALE!
THE FOLL O WINO
J.KW GOODS !
JUST ARRIVED.
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WYLIE !
One Hundred and Thirty-one DayS
Prom Bremen
jEW STILUS OF PHIXTS-ri UHEY
Red, Ulalii, wblte ground, chocoUte, gray and fancy.
Jaconets, Bruwn Cottons, S qualities; White Cottons,
Horrocks Long Cloth, A,B tt II; Brovrn Drill,
Hickory Stripe?, Stripped Ticking, Brown Holland.
Linen Padding, Blue Striped Denlniff,
Blue, White and Fancy Flannel, Mosquito Netting,
Scotch Water-proof Twetd, S colon,
Black Merino and Cobourg,
Linen, assorted numbers, 12 yard placet, 4c.
Victoria laawns, Barege, Lasting,
A SUPERIOR LOT OF TAILORS' GOODS
Doeskin, Buckskin, Diagonal, Repps, Cashmere, Moleskin,
HANDKERCHIEFS I
White Cambric, White A Turkey Red Cotton, Silk,
TOWELS !
Wblte Cotton and Turkish, Linen Turkish.
THREAD !
Brooks' Patent, Thread, Black Iferlno
80UKS !
Brown Blue Mixed
Unen A. Cotton,
Braid.
Men's White and Gray Merino,
Cotton.
LADIES' STOCKINGS ASSORTED;
Children's Stockings. Shirts, fancy flannel, Canton,
Union, Regatta, Denim, etc
Undershirts Cotton, Merino and gdk,
Umbrellas, Italian black, Neckties,
Black and Colored clik aibooua Kntout ess.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF CLOTH
ING AND SHAWLS.
Cloth, Buckskin, Flannel, Cotton, Ac,
P. C. Monkey Jackets, Heavy Wool Blankets, ail colon.
Cotton and Horse Blanket, Quilts, Ac.
Burlaps, Wool Pack, Canvas, Uonny Bogs.
SADDLED 1
Calfskins, Ac, Corks, Perfumery, Ac Lnblns Extract ,
Kau d Cologne, Fhilocouisr, Hair Oil and Macassar,
Fancy Soaps, Windsor, Ac
Tooth combt, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes,
Looking Glasses and Mirrors, Imitation Jewelry,
Ledgers. Journals, Ac., Playing Cards,
Harmonlcaa, I & Balls, Featbej Dusters,
HARDWARE I
Pocket aad Botcher Knives, Scissors, la leather at cards
Tinned spars, Lao terns, C C Irons,
Galvanised Corragated Sheet Iron, 4 sixes:
Galvanized Pipe, all sates. Galvanized Backets, 10x11 In,
Tabs, Honed saucepans. Best Charcoal,
Tm Plates. Banc Tin, Sheet Lead and Ziac.
Bright and oiled Pence Wire, No. 4, i sad ,
Hoop Iron, t sizes ; Hlvels, Hunts Yellow,
Metal and Sails. Bar Iron. Oon Powder, shot, ate.
Blacksmiths' Coal, Printing nd Wrapping Paper,
Cordage and Packing, Toys, Tumbler,,
Baskets, Paints snd nils, Vienna Furniture,
Wall Paper, Crockery.Canstlc soda. Tar and Pitch,
Anchor ud chains. Oil Casks snd snooks.
Kerosene Barrels, Birch Brooms,
Cement, Fire Clay, tire Bricas, Gambler Caleb,
GROCERIES 1
Crushed Sugar, Wash Bine, Sardines, Salt, Raisins,
Mustard, Pates, Ax., ate.
Stearln Candles sad Safety Matches.
Liuuors, ate-, Boutelleau'a Brandy 1, 2,11
Gin in baskets snd green esses.
Champagne ileids trek, Bolnart, Thoreaux,
Sparkling Bock, Rhine Wine, Bavarian Beer,
Sc. Paul's ale, quarts sad pints,
Jeffrey's Ale, quarts end pint ; Bitters, Ac
German and Havana Cigars, lit low prices, to close consign
menu. In lot to nit, Ac-, etc, sic.
Orders frvm the Oiler ItUmi TVossjXIjr EiKuiti. mt
Market Kale, SIX
E. O. IIALL & SON
HAVK JUST RECEIVED A FOLL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IX THEIR LINE,
INCLUDING
HARDWARES
nr .11 kinds. Cr M.ta, Karsssn. Oil. Am. Ws4s serf
Uaadla. Aim. Hatch. Caa Haatk asj Kale. ;
ad Spsdas, all kiads ; Tabs. Baekets. Wssbboarda.
I GREAT HnlETT Of MTrttES FW
HARDEN TOOLS
SHELF
a-i,
Agricultural Implements.
n--:. - .ne) afnline Plow,
A goo. I sssorttneni. rai... .... ; , : , .
St "el Rolling Coulter for plows : baside. a frwat varlwty of ott
AUo. th Soest vrity aad qaalitj of
SILVER
PLATED
WARE,
Ever offered in tbis market.
t9 all aad sttM 11 -S
T.t Reeairail h the " Svrcn." frOH
Bostoe and ' Providme," a spleadid
assortment of
Stoves and Ranges
CaltivaUr. Horn Hows ; J. la. Cslskratsd Cxe
taiafrs aaaras aw wvwry . a" '
23.
nl6-lm
4o. of Ihaea tiled to bin. cal. Th " l oioa Usage " ia !
r l. .k. .1 I... ..... .... Wa ' t . M MM.
a gresi lavorius .. w '
adapted to the reqnireaseats ol aay family. JMP kfaay mi taw ,ms
goods r aow received frt of dale, aad . sr. happj a firm aat
customers the beaeSt of th reds alios.
O. c3 SO.,
Corner of Fort and King
SHIPPING.
For San Francisco.
THK FINK AMKHICAN BARK
MARY BELLE ROBERTS
CAPT. L. C GREY,
Will have Quick Dispatch for tho above Fort
For Passage only, apply to
1S H. HACKFKLD A CO.
To Sail from Boston
FUR HONOLVLIf,
.iaOk a.
THE SHIP
CORING A,
THE SPLENDID STEAXHHIP
THE 8PLEX DIB STEAMHIIIP
CITY OF SYDNEY!
DOW. COMItsIIES.
TKTlll Xjoatto Bouolulu,
roa
Kandavn, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Connecting at Kandavn with Company's steamer for
AUCKLAND, X. Z.. niltT I. HALM tile), and Intermediate
ports.
On or about the 16th of Nov.
For Frclgbt snd
Ml)
r. and further in formation, apply
H. HACKFKLD at CO., Agents.
time; t a rt ."fi
or
STBAMBH JKIIUDII
ABCHAXT, till MASTES1.
Thursday, Nov 5.4 is. Hawnlwia
Iietnrning to Hcnolutu Haturday nvornlng.
Monday, Nov s, I r a - .....Hllo
Moralsy, Nov 11, t r a...... Kona
Monday, Nov 20, A r a .- IHIo
Monday, NOT XT, I r XL ...........Kn
Monday, Dec 4, 4 t au... ...... -Circuit of Kauai
Returning to Honolulu. Friday Morning. Dee .
Monday, Dwc II, s r a ,, Hllo
Monday, Dec 18, 5 P at .Kona
Monday, Dec 25, Sr Bilo
On Kona trip th Steamer will go as far as
On sll Wlndasrd Trips the siesmer will lesve her wharf
at ; all tripe to Kauai, will leave at 4 . m. Oa down
trips tho steamer will not leave Kawalhae before 10 a. St.,
Makena aa per notice on np trip, ateaiaee Bay not before
Tax Aay change from the above wilt be advertised.
sr Mm rvdlt far Psasasssj. Jf.a.jr. -m
Tie It eta at taw sae eaaly.
No nertb will be considered as taken until paid fc. Not
responsibis for unmarked Baggage or any Freight or Par
eels unless receipted for.
Freight atonsr Da oa Daavaad.
aar- An effort wiU be mad. to have ibe steamer resch
Honolulu on the evening of the same day sh. leave Maul
SAMUEL O. WILDER. Agent
Office with Wilder 4k Co., corner of Fort 4k Queen K Arret
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
- THAT, SCHOONER
KAMAILE!
UISUIB, SIASTEat-
WUI have regular dispatch for Kauai, aa above, until
further notice, r Freight aad Psasengers taken at the
LOW BUT bates.
BOLLES 4k CO.. Agent.
P. S This rrasel ha Just been thoroughly repaired
newl-ycoppcrrd. aad pat la In perfect order. tr!
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
tfffa C. Brewer V Co. -Agents. Jgg.
JtTsaaaf sroTsble arrangsmeota can always be AweawAtt
ataae far itovs-a sad sMamsas of OU. mmmm. Wool h kaa. .rut
other Marchandise to Maw Bedford. Boston, New Turk aod
isherBsstsra Poru. Axw Cask Advaaese mad
a-iy c bkkwsb a CO.
HAKA-TJ U A. Ik.
DISPATCH LINE F0R SAN FRANCISCO!
. C. Brewer dt Co.-Agents.
eBMerehsadiss rsestvsd Itarsf s ' sad
i aw .Maasssrai aw assa aasy.
i"' C. BRX WKB A CO
THK MAW ASSAM
use ussli J. saae.
Sssstk Sa. nins an.l -tn-MK, of l
Honolulu, deceased, warren aary aaka
I Miasm t aaS aaps.ua.
awes' aawaaasaas ag Vmm
d'uveir mmSm from aU
Will be dispatched in Brewer's line la November. Orders
for merchandise seat by the outgoing mail can be filled
by her. !
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
8AN FRANCISCO,
Australia and New Zealand Line
CITY of NEW YORK
4' A VAULT, Oaaaajd.r,
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAM FRANCISCO
On or about Dec. 4th.
For Freight and Passage, or any further informatioo,
apply to --.IT it. UACKFKLD A CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
SAN FRANCISCO,
Australia uiid New Zealand Line
,r-
thaA a.1 straas
naaarmax sanw wmaw. m
IxfsSABwXxl skauldj sxaSf SntxasSmeaaa sasaewl
LEGAL NOTICES.
SCPBEEI C.IBT 4r
I.lao.la. In the mailer at
Uu mt Honolulu, deceased. Aid
A. Francs, J odd, Justice Hup
of petition for allowance of
distribution . I property.
Oo reeding aad nilnT
K.llul an-l 1
at 3. Kafiai.uU.of
too aliowe.' Jsa.it, aad
an. aK Ilia: sag wmr o.av
and that a dual order may be I
property remaining in their I
entitled, -n.l .
furtlier reai.,ii,IM!lty aa .o. h ex
II la entered, toa Tfxnuv. use c easy af
nillt, . I). !;. at ten o't
Justice, at dianiberv in the ITeart Uu, at I
snd lb same hereby Is apyuaaled ae
for heerln aid oeUtlon and ateaaata,
Interested may then and there
any tney nave, woy use s
niay present evidence a sr wa SM
property And that thai order, la la. I
U..U ..ugsugea, pumauaed la tb- I
Knokoa.
tor three
aDOOin.e.1 for said hearing
Dated at Uonolsld, HI., tbl U day of !tnialil A.
d. 17. . fHAxew jtrax
Attest: Jasssa eg use aasaesaa. taae.
Jmo. K. Baawaaa. Clerk of the Seprewae Cowrt.
SrPSSEJiE iOlST WW THE MAW ASSAM
Manila. - III Probate At Chambers, heaare ktr Jws.
ticeJudd. la the matter of taw Eatala aCJUIl.t D sua
I.SSIIN, late of Honolaln I SI I Ol eg SSMBas mt
petll Ion for allowance of axwoaat. iMastslgi. mr SaaS
ulstrtbutlou of property.
On reading sail alloc the eeraasa aad ag B. tt.
Kohlnauu iw. and J. B. KeaskaaaKaaSe. eaualsU aad .a
ecu tor of the will of John 1. BaHnoaa. late eg la,
deceased, wherein they aak lo as auVwed .. tA aad
charge themselves was a, as, aM saa aaa aaa i
may be examine.! an.l .ppmveej. aasl saxes i
may be euule or iltatrtbuuoa or u.e ir a-nj
Ibelr lianda to the perama thereto entire..
lug th-iu and thetr aareOw from all further i
as such.
It Is Ordered. That Friday, the IMS day af
A. D. 17. al tea o'clock A. XL. betas Ik sstd
Clumbers, La ths COart House, si Hmoou.a. ha
same hereby Is appointed aa the ttme i
in said oeUuon ai .l
rated may tbeu aud th.re appear aad eaow n, ai . If i
they have, why the iaai shoal sat fee
present evidence as Iu who are entitled m the s
eriy. And that that order,
lunxunges. I
naaasl
for three aucresslve weeks pis I has to la
HPpi.iute,! for said hemlrur
Lasted at Honolulu, thts Vl .say J
A. FHAXl I JfDD.
Attest ; Jnallre
Jxo. E. Bsaaaaa. Clerk barer
thr Haa.fao curette jaad
SI
"! At
a rx rxerts.
Ladd. aaa .af
, all riil-r
Si'pbkjsf. rorai ap-rssss H awaii w est.
USM. in Probate, la ifea mstiiv mt uas saawssam
ablpof Ibe minor rbUdrra, of tb- lata, W. If. Law. -reeeed
Older of aoUe ef psMras tar alliasasi af a.
counts, discharge, aad Saal itttlimalln. af l
Chamber..
On muling and filing the petition, of Ja
(luardUn nf the minor chlldrea af W. ft.
Honolulu, deceased, where be aak la t
from his liuardaenship snd his wire ties fmei
rraponaH-tlltT as such, there being ao property fexhtsl
onarroanlea for.
Ill orilere.1, thai FRIDAY, the let. dor if
SSS, A. Ii. IS7S. at ten o'rtork A. W..
Justice, all hambers. In the loan Hoaw.
be and the ume berrr.r ia app.4nted aa taw uaaa aent psarw
for hearing wdd petition, aad thai all pnaaa asna.
may then and there mmi absrw rawer a aay taw bar,
why the sanie;.b.uld not b. (ranted. A ad that la eesssr
Oaselte, new .paper pnatsd sad pahaafead aa llsaimm,
for three aoereaalv weeks prrvasm to tmm aaa. axasaas
appointed for sa bl hearing.
Dated at Uonolnln, H. I., that 9th day af UeSst.se. A.
d. iiTt. a. nu.rn jfDf.
Attest: Jaasae eg
J so. E. Baswaao. Clerk I urn Mpisi c
X THK HI PSxEMK arStT
a waiias laant I if
Ah Nae. l.lbellanL n tte.. lm).
inSU Thursday the It, day g
In th shove enUUed nasi for dlvoeee.
Ing or the te. lmony the cart, it a,
favor of the said Ah See. for the
of tin said Heheka. lo be ssa
of U months from th date ef thai
pllanre with the terms thereof, anlrm
pear to the contrary.
Aad the hbelUnt I. order.
mt tks order in the Hawaiian le
papers. Cor als aucceesrva waeka, th drat
within one month rrom tb- date at thai
said decree should not fee mad
By Ibe court. si , Jan. y.
P TSSAt MA.
asrTasa. 17
1 ifi ii. Ud tar
ewe. sasa r a hal haar-
Wdsladaaas a aaeeea
aswre. asxtt earn
l ' leaaas age-
sajaeraa awe eaaa wy
Saa, rtssrt.
fci I'FItKI rgtrSTT JP THSE MA WASTAJf 1
S3 I
LASBmX Ia psufeat. laxi 1 f -ni skt-nin. is
lands, a a
Ia Use matter of th, eatala of Lacy O. Ths. as.
lere, BSSl
af WM sad
pnbm attnu of notir- nf the warn.
A document puraovuac Is be the Mass waB aad t
day of (VloOer A. IX avM. saw mil
probate Coart, aad a ssllsla asr iSm asseaaaa
ar astaar attssassnei aa saary r
It la hereby ordered, that FBI DAT. the lath. DAT
OF NOVtng BKJt, A. D. 1ST, at Id VctBr. a at., ef ad
day, al Ike Court I
snd bearing mid
.on. ,r .i ' -ir-. i H.ea i
y ppo4alea the naae say pew as axsd wat
sgafi'sraia artaas aaas wasaa mwj Baaaas
interested amy appear aasl Mi lan the msm saBt, aad ma
granting of letters t issssiaasj.
II Is farther orsVree). that I. IB thBllsf ha iaa wr
passBsaaBsa. tm lasee Massage, wistts. hi aw sajsasBaa
JamBa flfe tsa f I
spear ask aaaaad i
(iaaetle uewapaprr printed aad
And II I farther .derad. that
nbarHbsnc witnesses to Sard wt
tesutiix, la tad Klaerdom. tm
probate of said wiu at the data
lausyc najaj, B. L xsth. af Oak, BMB.
A. rgiscu
Attest: Jao. XL. Basxtaaa. Depaxy Clerk.
ttlPKUE I.rBT
O Iaaands la PtahaCe. AtCh
Jndd. In tie nsttrr rf ihe inx.a' a w rgnr. ha
of swiaxd. diFund. tsaaaav, tsxtawaf iBii if aaaaaas
of property.
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Ac. ef taw lamta af A. W sawB. has af
taseaassx, insni4, wh.it us raw aak k a aaaeawd
17 7 1 . aad cAegtsma.l.i anhparrtl. mmm ws raws rha
crdrr may he nxade of aZtrit,l'?'1r aw eatjarrxp?
warning is thrlr .aasds t. th. .iaaa i im Jsxad.ad
dlaraarglsg them and tlwrtr niBlg flatsysB Fasvaas sa-
spesxhltayjr aa aarh.
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loaae. st ssiltla.baaaalsaa
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a. ii. iT. at bra o'clock A. at
t taamaert, M BBd CbaaTtT
log satd psnraij and in iaai. saal Ma aa
they have, why the same staaasd aat ha si i i lit ssa aaar
pr-weniiiaaiecaaa to waa an salhlad to she Mg pa
erry Ad that tats tostor. as tah H i Hill mt tTMMah
Isagaagi. hM"lsilx are gai aa aad ni sMi Oa.
M aV it, Omm rjth day af Ostoato, MM.

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