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lylwH, adttrthhif ein Job Merit.
Ttam tho Inum Sur at Herald. 1
l'.nn "'""'fr Antrim 1ot about 85 hand. Arica with Miid.lici and to render nil tbo ai-
Ihe L. h. Mcntner ll'rt c-ttipod with the i cUianco nviiMe to theiiirerern. Tbe steamer
lo.,i one life; with n small draft of water , .v. had bn loaded with proviin-, etc.,
Hhe WilS rn "l Iiiwlilv (in tin-Inn .f tin ...i . m...l .1... I r- I'.ll.,. t... .1... Il.n,.!..,
and landed nliout n quarter of a mile inihore j (Um rnment to render aitance to the 1m- It if at hylau that Murat appears in III
of tile railwav trnrk. Thn t'nitixl Kti... -1...... .1... ......1 . t.., ,..:.. ... ... infHt ttirrihlr sttwot Tills Imttlp. fntiidit Iti
rpj 111 4 I 1 r. . 111 1111- jiiijii viii 1 win u n 111 KiM i-..ii. i i - 0
Hie news wlileh anncnrii in mir minium 1 rwire fchiii trulniin ivu lifitlntn timrnnU ' i..r.. in I,..- .....ol. .1... ,.l.t...,..i 1., midwinter, in 1WI7. wtw the rmwt imnortant
. 1 . - 11 " " ; " 'i j 1 111 1111 niHi,ifiiiui 1 ruv n vr uiiw. -v ( - -i 1-
ni riay H tiio tiunt hdim intr and licfirirviul. uvery muI on Inmrd tH-rihw . fcxcentlnL' tlu ,t 1.. i atMl bloodvone tlnt had thrtioceured. rrance
capuun, Hippeon ami inytnnter, who were in We have to lament Ute death at ArkBofH'l K'iia hwl iicvit lielore opjfert aucii
uliore and were nved. The llritidi hark I Charles I,. Worm, manager of the Arica and I strength to each other, and a complete tic
ClxiuarrUlit, of LiveriKtol. was Ivinir hi-di 1111 1 Tn miii.i . .l .i if.iitm nr W'm. I torv on either ide would have nettled the
K. IlilliriKhurrt, who, with half of hi family, 1 late 01 nurope. uonaparte runminea in jun
ing ii 11a ever hewn our painful lot to lav he-
fitre our readers. Thou-amU uHti thuurnuds
of lives railed into eternity in an inttunt;
whole eitie, town and village hwept away
iiuiii iuv iHi-.v 01 uie iKirui ns ir Mv
do.etH or liii with their
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Tiriin, 1 11 vii r l.i III y In aitvnurr.
; j, 11 M VIUOX r.XJ. 11. WRAVniL
Directory of Yavapai County.
I .-.'Jk) VM. I'. TrNKER.
1 , ' , I.'.- lll-ZKKUH IIWWlK.
... . .. riirr JOfl M RorvraKK.
A. J. Moowl
, Kio. jrtr JOHX II. IlKHAX,
I -.,rf WUAUM CJt,
1 u : U i'i t LuH, K. W. Wrxin. Ja.
Tr.KMI or COURTS 1
' ' -irt tTt iimtUf ThM Um-
1 1 'r
1 rirrt itmktft la Junitf, Af. ''7
ROAKH Of fifrnRVIRORM:
( tv J. (I. OuapMt- '- VVWwilrlk.
..j n Pint MuwUjr la Jinniiry, Afrit,
n Niictw or Tin: pkack:
. ,.' C ItUlr. (iranr V. Haraart.
liihiness & Profdssioiial Cards.
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T i;N .Y AND COL'NSKI.OU.AT-I.AW.
M'Hit. huh lrect. 1'raMOtt, AritoiM.
V:t iUNSY AN'D COUSoEl.Olt-AT-LAW.
on the lieatli. the reinaitm of ahull: half of
her crew pel ihed. An Atnerinri hark, laden
with auami, win Mvallowed uftftinl hut 11.1t
:.whv from their anehomifM litn imn liv tin. left a ve-tie to tell her fate. The latt iifthi!
recodiny sea. and then swallowed "up "by n fH,rt,l qimditMi, a IVriivijn hritf. wa
mighty wmv, or wn.hwl faraway up Intu th I'ln'-e'l "D tU railway track, aprn'ntly wilh
hwart of tho city. Such a plrtuK- of general ,M,t h'lnf n ntK' or pa'r. On what hanMnco
destructinii and dwolaiinn, exieiiding hiind j lnd it U rwwllei to dwell: for nearly
iwU tiH.n liundiLiU f mi lei i,Mig trie (vaxt, , tMH ''' w I' "ti the hil! without cover
and reaehmg fimni the ceulmard up into the , '"" 'hout fotxl, in a eotiithtit tato of
topinot hights nf the Andes, ran f-am'ly lj , alarm, iw the shock of eaathijuake were in
Inmrinrd a U cotitainwl in our rirrinrf- ' ceiant.
. 1 . .
flit letter, ami the render tnlM uirli.t
with horror when he trie to contemplate or '
omprehend the imif;iiitiiile ol the ilevitation i
that htti iK:urnMl. Wlitber tho ileiUtiuii
1 yet at an end, or what grentrr ruin we
uan yet near ol. im imim can iimimim. rut-1
The (JnitH State Steamer 1'mrfuiUm went
mth to Ark two dart f, awl tho (5jv
eniinent have forwarded toiw and ItirHlt to
relieve the preent nei-iuuii ol'viilfyfer. .Mr.
noritdied in tlio rninn. rkmie inemhem of 3Ir.
JIiliingliurTt'jt family made their .."i !n A
boat which wan carried through the ruins of
his dwelling by the :a. Dr. Hokeiiham alj
lifet hia life at Iouioue. At IMmkuh, the
captain of thtf " Hritith tjhiti Kamthatnm wtw-
; druuneu while tryihft to board hn veei du
' ring the erupti-m. The Jlnti-h iiark Dmn
lltnruitn wa w 1 eked on the rocks at Junir.:
' all hand aved ; and the American bark
j (lituir w& lutt at 31ejillons ; all the crew
I The people of Iqniqne are aaid to lie auffer-
ing teniWy for want ot water. rm fKttgb
lofbood i- entirely void of freah water ainl
p- " " v.wi. (i.mfvn-, I " I 1 . ,, . 1
there ato many iHiints in the interior and '"dar am in behalf of the thonid!i who
lurtner mhiui nulieonl from, whil-it nothing I ,HWl w-" mw Miiweiuy and unexicieiy
whatrvw ha reached as frwn the C4ombliin i 1
CaldeMtl hH mvell a liberal donation. iHtXHO. I m.Wv dindent (r a stinnlr unon the
ainl Mr. Mritf! the railroad coiitmcUf. a 1 nmititiur u.u-V. .itnaiMl A.m u. tJ.
which were washed away cwnptetely.
dealitnte of all tbeir rtoaeMtom.
A letter dtel Cillao, Augnat 52d, myt:
1 be earthquake of which wa
by hut mail, h iirolitiWv the WHt
ami terrirk that erer occurred in tho wurfa's
htelurr. Certainly nothing aiMHoaehing to
(be dire catastrophe of the tilth iint. bat
erer Imjwi racordwl of tbk oontiueiit, noted ;
wr volcanic eruptions
L.TT. AtfO FtLLKK I'AKTICel.lH'f.
Tl. A ,.....1 r c- 1
' "ii icrinnniriu w lire m an
hiii i.mi nui la. . - .
. ( . lufmn gvc HrViitHUMl partKuwrs 01 we
irwtHmof tlt prtA wC Chala, May, Mhndo
iki, at utkiMs:
DcarRVCTfOM or ciiala.
The Muatnahip Sntingj reports the aimot
total deatnirtum of the ort of Cbala by an
We hate in, inielhuence further south thau ' ruMiuake. which oecatvd oti the l.llh ih-U ;
Cliji, and, from what hare aacertaiifed, at I r. M., tbf havoc continuing Utr alxjut 4H j
Ihe oock there wa. -jiikIi tlie wiiHsa, weex 'minuter. At th Hnmient tltr "learner wi.
dTMlKid in Cillao; tbe mm reee4!ed not uotf 1 about to an- hor, afWr a ohock which wm Ml
than fifty yank and gradually returned to . T aerwibly on Ixatrd, the tea rceeded, part
IU ongiiMl level. At IqiiUpie the town u ing the rhaln if the veaail awl of the Cmp
eompkftflr nwept away. Nuibin but a ifm-a , nyV bulk at anchor in tlie roadstead, awl
A. E. DAVIS,
ATDrtVEV AVI) CO L Va S5 1. 0 II - AT- LA W.
Xohava City, Arteon Twrllory.
F. P. HOWARD, M. D.,
TirV.SICIA.N- AICX) SUHaiSON".
then r(mI at a newUt of a)out at) wet.
ruvering the rocka nbvni the anrbonge aal
1 in the hartxir and weening up into tbe town
fur the distance of lOuU feet. The Cntowi
IIuse, Su-atuUip Agency, Hole ami every -;liing
within range wa wrpt away by tbrre
j "ttccevire aea preovdol antt Pillowed by a
many a twelve ibork of earthquake, rmrh
The hKk appears to have extended alone
the orav-t from Callan KNith to Cwbtja and
wan felt with alont equal severity at tbe
two potntA, while neaily ail of the inU-rmedi-ate
iti are left in ruin. How tar inland
the tvhock M feH h not yet known ; but it
hi bettered to hai e carrted deatntctton far op
into the Cordillera.
i;AHTiifi' akt, 1 MTlKm a xi'mke op
CITIBS 1)01 aOTED THOt'lAkm OF
Oor Ouayaui correaoowlent. aya the fur
ami IUml,f, under date of the 35th AuguM,
giving full jxwlrcnlarv of the terril le ruvaft
eixiintittwi in lnmnUir by the earthquake.
tran)a( the fidWwing fruwi ban letter:
On (be 10th d the preent laontB there
occurred in tbe wv incea of I'iebincha an1
Iuibabura a tremendoH earthquake, une
aalled in the biaUjry of iVnador. I he uwn
of Ibarra, capital of the I'mrince of Imba
, Ifura, .Sin f'ald. Atontaqni, Iwantad. etc ,
: are now m ruin. Wnerc Cotacacbi wb-i b
mow a lake.
In Ibarra, Oloraia and Cotorachi, altaoat
tbe eartirw putMitation ha- ptrUbed. In Quitw
Aztlan Lodge Wo. 177, F. & A. M.
IiccaUr meeting of tht T4ge on
Uh- lal Suturitay af tw b iun(U. at ?
orlHkP M. S)Hrniiir Itrettirwi are
lriu-nllr invltml tu !,Hn-l.
EDWIN OAKI.IVa. W. M
Jamch H. VrCirrur, Saeratary.
hy I;, il
T!.r thr 1'reaeott peoplt wear better elotba
in V' b'ttr clear, chew better tobiMeo. hok
'ivi-i mnr aad are b-ippWr than (brmerly? Ak
of ruin. leman. The h of hie mo-t have
been very great; at prawent no eatiinate on
tie given; by next null we may have deAnite
inf ri Ha lion.
Tbe rt. of MejilhintK, I'tagaa, Arica,
Ilu and CnaU bar. likraiM abartol the ui
Iwrtunate fate of lauique. Arvquipa, tbe tic
.mil Ml m.F If...l.li4. 1 ..l-t ... :...
"J ' VWW IIIIIMHIK. VT'V4 ... V - 1 , If t
snratKi ; not one biniu ta vh rtandiHe. Mnle- ; H fr there ri4 to taw. mmntu in , tbe tartbqueke and tU rtlecta have been pro-
. Paw wwahfti ereethMM on the .wtskirt- of duration. Oreat ewht U dne to Mr. I)uatM- wrtHnaUdy I. lut lb euil.Hnea at m.
the ett v. The magiiiti"eit entbetlral U not m, tbe third oAcer, awl bwr of tbe erew of mocb lojnred that tbe lightet nMnrment will
omidJtelv dtniye., but the tower are I 'be frfUiag , wbw in tbe nudctwt th-aietafvou, throw then down. There are already in r
gn, NiHl'the iHtihling i dohl in a w I wdwwleeml to mi re three rKn on board lit.-, tbe cbnrob and en- In Sam Aognatm,
dnnsenms cunditiwH, lialde to fall at anv i bnlk, who would other bare pn4ad. tMr two ebawebe of ara dot Carmen, tbe
moment " ' Tlie MeamiT narrowly etaped being eitfcer toMr of tbe cathedral and imn .Marco, tbe
XfaaiataWilta Iti f Kah iuiim ta luaalanr4al tf A ritM ; : landed hich and drr. or Wine ensnlitbeil by ' adhnie of 6a h Im. etc The tew e of tbe
. i . . ... - i: . - . . : ' 1 I.. . M 1. .i. ... ,l.M f - - " -- tw. Iu mmA
nalcdy equal to tbe ooraOH, and xsrion. dsn- many pmet 1uk bare been all cracked,
err revolted baiwWJy lo throe boanl. Al- and are moaaeatJiHIy threatening to fall Ui
ibwHgh nut certain, no lives are pr;Oitl lo ' raVea. Tbe tow. adanig Quito bare fc-hxvr-
been k-t. launch- al every thing ' tnnatefy been very MtiaM, hut In tbe other
afloat or Kithiw ranch of the eea wa swept tou-n. it k stfubui that nolle tbanSMU)
aray. j bare pgiv-txd. Tbe firw w ho are l-i ouii.-
The aotboHtiw of the jwrt and wh per-j jured in tbo- piaet-t bare been uoabht t
on a were aHout were eoMpailed to pweeed '. aaait tho-e remaining ahve or dying under
to UUv. owing U tbe tmpoatbilitT of return- 1 tbe ruin-, and have been obliged U Ar frotn
ing again adore. Tbe estimated lew at tlu the atench of tbe deaal tKiie whu-b rutn
purt i S-ai.UOO. 1 nenoed to putrify and infect the a'-moaphrrr.
ornate no or lat a Atcut ir. fnm, Quito hnng datra u. the lth,
. ... . .. , ,, 1 on t whcfc '. tUeartquakcaeotitiuttcd a.
Oaing to the eler.tK of tbe port, the j ' r-
da mare kne tv toe e wsv. wa verr rrcai, , . , .
... . i t ,1, . ITL. C r... .-UI. l-rt- U., thJ lvmd. " " " i-f"-'
nave me ami grajmic pre- r----- v i a U the chum ui the tenilW
erent I be Agent ot the i'a- j "is mjhu no 'wap-
I. 0. 0. F., Arizona Lodje, No. 1.
pa, n hkewi'e overthrown. Tarna ba eca
ax with only the lo of CO hon-e.
There are enlle rumoM x to entire towns
and ilHtrietn Jtarfng been awallowed up, bat
it were idle lo reent or srive them curnwy
until wo hare more reliable new. The
earthquake, il i nraaonable to euppr, innt
havt, Ixieii j evora in many daeea that great
clia-mn may have lx-en lome!, ami many
io-h ilreamB of water broken (Hit in the hill.
It ia reported that in Tambo VaiiVy, jot
iwyon l the new jxiet of Mejia, a (umti lwn
wa swept away, and out of 5U) inbabitonU,
only 20 managed to ccau.
The Hartikiuakb at Arica.
ture of umj had erent Tbe Ascent
MHne attribute it to the volcano uf AgoannuM,
aite steam -Navigation CotMpny, ia M Wtter "P war.. m . olilrr, m,m.
Tbe new which wm received in Guayaquil
up to tbe tailing uf tbe atoamer bad been for
warded unter the innueuce oi groan ngn.
!o!aion of the field, and that wa all ; no vie
lory wa? mj like a defeat.
The finhl of Eylau wts eorered with fnow,
and the little pondi that lay scattered over it
wpre frozen tuiHd;iUy hanl to bear the ar
tillery. .Seventynine tfteuand men on ony j
aide, and eighty-flve thmisand on the other;
arose train the frozen Held on which they had
idept the night of Febniary, without tent or
covering, to battle for a continent. Auger
eau. on the left, wm utterly routed in tbe
morning. Advancing through a fctonn w
thick he could not ee the enemy, the Ilui
sian cannon mowed down h' ranks with their
destructive fire, while the Coack oavalrj-,
; which were ordered to charjp,catne thundcr-
ing on. ahnc-it hitting the French infantry
with tneir long lanees before they were visi
ble through the torni.
IIemmel in and overthrown, tbe whole dl
i viion, oomted of men, with the ex-
ctption of J,5tM) were captured or plain. Just
j then tbe unow-atorai cieenng np, revealed to
j Napoleon the perd to which lie wa brought,
' awl he hnmediAtely ordereti a grand charge
' br tlie Imper.al tiuard and the wlnde cavalry.
' Nothing wa furtb4-r from Itonajiarte'. wishes
1 or expectatioOA than tlie bringing of bis re
: Kerre into tlte engagement at thi" early stage
if the battle, but there wa no other resource
Mnrat MKtained bii high reputation on
thi oeea.'iwn, and proved htovMilf for the hun
dmlth time, worthy of tbe great confidence
Nau4(m pbteed in bitn. Nothing could be
' more imposing than tbe little tield at thu
' moment. Ihamparte and tint ISmpire tram
dei in tbe Ulanrr, while Mnrat reiared to
lead down h'w cavalry to ave tbem. Seven
ty aquadronc, making in all 11.000 well
mount'd men, legan to move over the siop
with the Old Waard nMrcbing fteroly be
bind. Bonaparte, it ia aaU, wa more agitated at
that cm then when, a few motneuu before,
be wa xi near being captured by the Rus
sian, liut a be taw tboMt wventy squad
' ru come down on a plunging tror, jirting
hard after Uu white plume of Mural, that
i ttremtiud tbrougb tbe MXw-storm far in front,
i a Hntte paoied over hi cwuntenanee.
The earth groaned ami tremlded aa they
' pevad, awl tbe sabers, aUve the dark angry
i ma Leiow, Iwoked Nko the foam of the ca
; ware, a it cret on the deeti. Thn rattling
, of their armor, and the wiCieJ thunder of
i their tread, drowned all tbe roar of I Kittle, a
with ftrm, nt army, and rvrift. steady ino
thjo, tbry bore dorm with terrilde front on
j Tbe shock of tbat bet wan like a falling
HMMnUin, aud the front line of the IluMian
i amy went down Ike frost before it. Then
, oMWoenced a protracted fight of hand to
; band, and word to sword, a in tbe cavalry
, actkm at Ikkmuhl. Tbe cbwibiitg of ateel
, ww like the wringing of cuut!e4 hammers,
ar.-i barren and rider were ideoded in wild
I cunV4a. together. The Kuvdan rtcrve
; were ordered up, and on thee Murat iell
with hn fteree bonemen. crushing and
trampitng tbetn down by thousand. But
the obolioata Khia di-Mliiaed to fly, and
milted again and again, o that it was no
lonrer caralrr cbarsinx on Infantry, but
' of tlii ljwl!? on WrdaBMl.tv eren-
V'r- it-r- Ir.w. at Mwnlr ItalL
'iLS JoMnwr or tM orrtrr. 1h rooa
''rT' il.,lfn. ir. InvllMil ,n atUiml
A. 0. NOYKd, y. 0.
to tbe mana-er write: ! eeeded in aitiioir with the reUrn urn. The j
Into utbf fmuttri it ia now iehw to enter, : mobs ia nearly deatroyed, and everaT, of tbe
n. I write under the badow of a great grief. Unncbea. In tbe town every tone or co-,
Arica no h.inrer exit ; at ab,mt 5 a'dck in . mepi wall h eitner inaawM enreiy or ; . . M m. j. ct. Tbe t Zl 1 nTL-J .i. i. tv
the afternoon f tb lath we wera iM WI)' shaken. Among other freak of the Zt i f-lu- riw"?" W",T"
j wiih a UomenrliHta earthquake. I bad bandy earthquake an entire new qoebradn hs j . .
( time to ret mv w.fr am etildre'! intu the , Jen-l at Guorren. with a running arawg at j 'M.M
tneU W tten the whole of the wal of mv i "' uuon. i-.. i.. Mtar Kntulor or Cuhuatbta i
F. Dtntiso. Rir. t?ec
fTIOIt SALC-A FKU' NO. 1. COUV
X' VphIv to .V. C. niTNN.
i'r ott, Juae12, 1SW. tf.
Vhy is it
Tlut the l'rt"eott liars nell better l.ipnw
tUn formerly? Ak 1IBSDBRS0V fc CO.
ray 1 8.
KU3TEL & HOPMANtf,
METALLUKGISIS AN'D ASSAYEKS.
dM ami Siher ItuUioti Amtptd.
MINERAL ASSAYS AND ANALYSIS MADE.
Ctl Commercial fitreet, 3an Freneiaeo.
f-inrii ami fiot.n Okrs worked In mail WU up
lo a hunilred pounds liy Chloriiwilon
and other method.
s .n Francisco, Cul., Jnne 27. 1688. Jy iMnrt
next Menmer will Imig u fuller aewert, ) u,, lh., Mtnerinc Into knot. till dU
bo even woff, but In (juttw ( ,HAlj vith imuinaJed brarerv, the red and
1 notbmg wm Known or too tate oi um mngn- , aa
nti m ouuutn. , Ww towns eitbur of nVnanor or C'wauaibaa. ' , im, .i,i tl.it Mnnt
house lVII-rell U hardly tlw nord, a they now Areqmpa tnere H iwinieiiigence m rwwrabfe ,wtrk,t Thcle Uomet de to trfonn oik- of thoW deperte
ueiti blown wti, if they wea- mhI at me at the !Mj TLmv !n i TwITe " Sn mo.t ne? "fj J deed, ibr which be wa o reiwwned. Kxcited
tne wine time tho enrth oiiemal. iito4.aiHy " '"Lri . rr in Ibarru. where Mnrceir a oul wm iett 1 lt, Wi-w, .i,. u
iwu or tbryniiiela, nn.1 lrb.l duet, but ho atI Nfty iIrod. Hr ZTt, ZZLZa TT.im. he aeunnd endowed
itiva. in Kile luMhi oi lilts uercri. hciiiwi- i , .. ..: . k... n,. I . .if' . ' .... ...
------ . , .... I iiriKMer. was viiiibim imwiair, m "-w
. .. i i ... rm .it mtn AariuMHak... u 1. , . - . ... ... ...
w-.. . . Ilulr llMtliar fxmibiw,
coin pan ied with a trrritde ktench ni of pow
l..r tL.. filr xx-am ilitrtuaiAul aitd I mnul nfit
ee mr wife who wa within two feet of mc fnmi Koutli to north, varied with rioated
with the children. If this hud bwtwl y Uhocki from wot to t-at, the difference in
time we mum have been aofPa-ated, iMtt in thw nf tbe occurrence between May ami
about a couple of minute it -.eared, and col- ChaU, ditnre Uf inile, wa alwut 10 min
lecting my bou-eboW c.hU together, I then 1 Ht. The deitruwtloM wai cau.MI r,itrnlarly
tarto.l for the hill, llow wel thrvMigh ; to that in Chafe, by throe oeive Mia,
fulling houses when we aw men -truck down, i iirjTBtcTHt.v or vammmi as ilo.
Monedead, others maimed. i to me a ilalind.i w ihc ilejmt of niij)lio5 for the
miitery, but a mereiliil 1'rovhlenre wa oer ) .vWj..ip railway. FrotMon lwi.ei and
u. 1d who Jed our aA way a well as we i Ktjterty of vory" description wereoomjiletely
could toward tbe hill with tbe earth fcbak- j jvept away.
ing, making tu -tagger a drunken iel', j t jj,, ml a realise of habiutkm of any
when a great cry went up to Heaven. Tin; j jjj,,,! jt jftt wither at tbe port or in tbe town,
tw had retired ; I hurrietl on and I bail barely i wii.-h oontnineil h pfHNthn of 500 or more
got to the oulskirtv of the town when I ' Hbali4tanU What wa not knockerl down
hMked back and mw all tiro ve'! in the i jlv tb. shock wa cwipt away by the llood,
Iray oarnotl out irreitiWy lo k, prwuaMy attended with a loi 80 live
with a nieeil of 10 mile an Inmr. Jn a lew
n-ith ten- fuiii ttren?th. anil looVwl more like
Maria, their brother, perished with all M j m H(K.rtt4m(l(l teing treading down belplew
family. , ,,-...! ortK than an ordiaarr man. Amid the
Senor VakusueU, Mlniter of Coremwa, . - artibsrr. tM rat'tllns of tnu.kctrr,
remain at Guayaquil, having reeved not to j tw, fM MOer.troiiw like lightning
coo ti wc hiayouraey to tbo mtenor at jirev
In Cuavaquil the earthquake wa felt at
variou tine let ween the 13th and Ifitb,
ami anuthcr at a later date, but it did no
kunaw Tim ilrt bitod 40 or 50 aeeotnl
tbe dttvethm Moc from oat to went, ai
the movement reeular and (4ow. It i w
aliout him, that lofty white plume never once
went down, while ever and anon it was tern
-taring through the j-moke of battle, the aUr
of hope to Napoleon, aHd showing that Mhi
right ariH" wa. till ujiMftetl and ntriking for
He raged Kke an unloosed lion amid the
i foe; and hit- eye, alway ternWe in battle,
(ioods well nought, Tlicm
M'lvcs. - D. HiniMUOMM. the wulor partner of
t r.qn. 1 contfimfly oniploywl m ?an Franckoo
lins nnd I.HywR ud hy whhsh mean we
-- . fi.ii,ll u, ukoa.lrnntganr the auetaatlon
'i nrici'4. mid imrebve our goorl at lower mle
t i any other Iloiue In Central Arlxona.
invw I). HhhbHix t Co.
rp'HIitnU tliiliiK Hint (l.illrlnliii Irr.l.
"Prlil Mint Ofiirrnl liivrrrHirAloriir '.
Ir.. fur unit Ml tUr .Vllnrr Ofllrr.
iiiiiinlos the glint out warl cut rent "topped,
then anno it mighty wave, I rhnuld judpe
a bout 50 leet high, and cauie in with m fear
ful ruh. rurrying everything before it in it
awful niajraty; the wlnde of the thipjiitig
came liaek with il, wimetmte turning in cir
cled, but all nR'edins on to inevitiilile (hxMii.
Meanwhile the wave liad iiassed in, truck
the ui.4i into atom, m allowed up my olhe
a a giant' mouthful, ami 'roaring on fwal- j
lowed up the Cu-tum Houte, and ru.hiug ,
down tho i-flmo street carried every thins lw-!
for.- It in 1U irreiiatable couie. The remain j
of my dwelling lMnie dUappearod fnter , the ntMltJ. jt,,,, repurtoil very large,
than the clianuo of hcence in Cliriatma Pan-, ymm iuno and Cuzw we have no tiding
lomimp, my Kiunrne nan long ine nwap
The AW, Kfclih iop. belong ing to A.
Wellington of Valparai-o. h. a total wreck,
lite GnwJxin, behmgiug to Gumbuta Ilrotlt
cr, ia al totally ht, a well a a Hsbooiw
..wned in l'iigua, awl tbe entire crewa jer
iabeti. The hh- will reach to more than
flirty', olyirtof the marine projwrty
DEiTRCCTlO.N Or OTHBR TOWSS LOSS
From the mining iovinee of Juatwavolion
we learn that all the ritiwi in that depart
!.,. (Iikirovwl. Cerro dc P.ifco
Y in ruin. The l.m of lire ami jKoperty in i
mrcled that toe has been immense damage i y'i u;.i, i,4rraid lu.tro. while hi clear
done m nin-rakM. j iy voice, heard airovo the turmoil of
In addition to tbe foregoing we bare re- ttn. wa, W(JttB 1Bt,re than n thou.and trum
ceired tbe following item, from another cor- j to rlwjr ,M1 oi, fojwWm. At longth,
respondent, written on Unr the Ptru: j a :no 0f KuH.-ian Mwlkw that for a
I ww a letter from Quito, Mating that a , timt j. a devoarinj, fire on hia
terrible earthquake bad, at 1:20 a. m. on tbe j j(J wbetcd hM hore and drove in full
Idth int eoiiubd that Itepubltr, revolting M tlujjr mutkou. A few of
in the eoinplete der-trucUonof Itabunr. Ibarra, j nis guHnfc, w bo never allowetl that white
Obabalo and Oraclio; the h of life wiw ( pBWC , tbeir fcipht, chaR;el after him.
estimated cloe un 10,000. 1 Without waiting to count hu foos, he aeired t
Quito luvl been more tenderly dealt with, U) j,u teeth, ami with his pistol
altboutch It had been shaken wmhlwnbly and t l(J niimj aMi j,js tirau n hW0rd In the
some 20 live lot; tbe jioplace bad doerteil j Imim m headlong furv vnon thera, and
their dweJlinB and were Hvlng in the "mares ( .stored them a If a hurricane had swept
awl open apaet-, alxmt the eity.
by. ilurat wa a thunderbolt on that day,
and the deed that wore wrought by him will
fumUh tkoiues for the oet and alnter.
Why is it
Tuat Dry Ooo l nronold oheaper in I'rerooU
thi I'lHiwhero this Jde of San Fronobao; Kn
1'i.re or HHNDHltSON i CO.
peered and my ruin wa thus completoil.
iiiwTitt'CTtox or fiinrs.
I Mood breathle lKikinK at tho awful
sight, thinking find life had lieen preervel
to me and my loved one, but each Mcond wa
a lifetime; hMikim: honwnrds I niw 1ic shijn
ttiil hurrying on to their doom, and in n few
minutis' all wa. otunpleted. Every vesI was
eltlior liboro or bottom upward. Tbe Peru-
vet, but it i 'feared that new from theM
itiiM will ire mine a amuiij . i. ,
at the motion of the earthquake mwhu to j
have come Irom the direction ot tlnc place.
Theloof pnijierty by t It enrtliquake i
cstimaterl at three hundred million of dol
lars. The house of OibU alone U aaid to have
lot one million.
The U. S. flaghlp Pwhatan with Admiral
Turner on board, ha nallwl from Callao for
SBTMnraV tiraminent characteristic u the
Vnother man 1 Ilagstoek's. Ho i "sly air; dev-
,otndei?bt ' h lj."Mfub Uh
Work ise or the Income Tax. An ex
change fuvs, a beauty of the pruaeflt income
tax K one roan ba, fay, forty thousand
.i,.iu inv.twl at 7 twir cent. Another man
. - . r' .1 ..,1 ;Ui ' lien mv. llwrtmo teivttt,
I' 1 l,Vr a-nm, rXTboViwk" I Awl Grant'N If we ire to boliovc
nindrerl dollar jer annum, under tuo nor. . ,iiiki. ,irrn
inM .r it,n inMirno tax. the latter my lr-1 1 hn"li ls dr? fc,r' doT,uh ,,r- "
ci?ely as miieh a the othnr. Hut bow, ff the j
forty thousand didlais are invostril 111 untaxa-
. t 1- 7i. ;wJufaii.
aum iruvcriiiiiviii iniun -
Roiiebt Lixoouv, win of the late President,
and now a tirnoticini: lawyer in Chloogo, aup-
! porta 5eyrnour and HUir.
The flmt Iron produced on the Pacific Mope
was made at 0wego, Oregon.
Fopu hundred lot obildren were resto
to their parent by the police of gan Frah
dtoo during the year ending June 30, 16C8.,