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A Romantic Incident in Central rare
A Woman meets her Dead Lover in the
Body of a Swan.
The ancient Creeks were firm oelieTCTS in mct
emrejjehonis, or the transmigration of mU, and
a Jopicallj conterKlcd for their faith as do tJic
Andrew Jackwn Ihivi-C9 et id omne grnxts of the
i.r-hcnt day for r iritoali-fin. IndcctJ, until Jlam
or r rxJaeed Lis pbotojrapfin of the rtl presence
of the departed with ttio living, "piritualit-m
rented on a atlj more mjthical Xhostm than the
belter of the follower of l'jthngora. And even
tj-lay mythology occasionally revives itfc-If to
ontcot with spiritualism the contrtl of modern
mind. Wc l ave an inetar.ee in illustration that
uttcrlv liM- MuutWs fjiritual p!iotfrax-h.s,
and pLiccB the faith of the ancients much ahead
of ari ritual i-ni, rw far an that form of belief ban
yet txn dcvelid.
Tytliagoraa Uulit that after death the foul of
; the denartt.il tik refuse in other mortal bodies ;
that the eoul of man miht, at bit death, take
poMain of a bird or a ijiiadrupcd, or any other
animate crettion. A a rfiicnce to this lclitT,
the pool, bcin of divine eteno, wonld in itt
new dwelling, be able to recognize the form of
thoflC it lvl an-1 n.ociatcd with in iu origioaJ
fonn as man, though deprived of the owcr of
comrnnnifatin by word with them, buch wa
meteiopr'ychtjni. Now fr the revival of this an
cient faith after ita elumtjcn for two thousand
A lady, not unknown in metropolitan circles,
wa engaged to te marrictl a few years since to a
youn gentleman of Lih cliaractcr and social
etandin;, a ecion of one of the bct families of
Manhattan. Tic crg-.igcment was a most Iiajpy
one. and cliallenol the wanucet eongratulatiomi
of the friend. of cither party. Time parsed on,
and the consummation of the linpj.incfs of the
two waa at band. Card fur the nu ptial ceremony
were prrjArcd ; the britLtl trouweau was com
i.Iete : all the arrangement fjr the intercftin
' event were perfected ; ami, with mutual impa
tience, the betTothed pair counted the hours that
must intervene? ere tley hoiild be in?eiira!ily
joined. The lawt evening arrivcJ. On tle fol
lovtin mominj; tliey were to bo married. 'Hint
evening the two bad arranged to Jrt in each
other's company. Tle fair lady arranged her
toI.:t witli ecruil-uj care, in older t j-leaH; the
one sf:c loved so w-ll. The appointel lifur ar
rived but 1 came not. An Lo;ir later, and still
be tarriVd. Imiticnce ive j lace to jut a tinc
of ar"r puch anj;cr as lovers indulo towanl
each other. Anotlarr liotir, aird still no titljnt.
Tears came unbidden on the checks of the disap
pointed maiden, and vexation brought bitter
thought to ber miivl. Jlidailit came with nei
ther b.ver nor menage, and all vexation nod
bitterncfs raniihcl bcl'ire a riin apprehension
of dan,r. hadly the disappointed one untight
her couch, but not to alcep. Vauc misgiving
and anxious d)ubts fJlcd ber mind and banished
sleep. And so a restless night wore away and
gave place to a sad morning for a wedding day.
Sn, however, the mvstcry of her truant lover's
absence was removed in the licart-siekening an
nouncement tliat she would never sec him again
alive. His lifeless body liad been found at an
early hour in the morning near t! lake in Cen
tral Park. How bo ltad met bis death was
inexplicable, and never was satisfactorily ascer
tained. TIc stricken maiden mourned as one
that refused to be comforted, and only suffered
consolation to creep into Iter wounded heart
through the influence of foreign travel and unfa
In due time she returned to New York, ber
bereavement enrol so far as to allow licr to re-enter
the society she so much adorns. Again sho
was eagerly c.irtcd by tlie gallant beaux of the
day, and at last pruiubcd ber liand to one well
deserving the prize. The courtship has leen an
agreeable one up to the moment of the tingular
occurrence we now proceed to rcbttc.
The csjurte one aitcrnoon last week took a drive
through the Park, up to Ilaxlcu lane, acrun
Mc Comb's 4h.ni, and out to the region of Ford
bam. Returning, the sun liad set before they
entered the I'ark, making the drive through tba't
beautiful inclosurc more t'&n ordinarily romantic
and enchanting. On approaching the Hike a flock
of swans were seen silently and motionlca-Iy
resting on ?he smooth water. The scene was too
fascinating to be passed. The rnrt7 gt down
from tl.cir carriage, and approaching one of the
rustic scats provided near llic water's edge, seated
1 themselves to enjoy the cool evening air, the lovely
moonlight, and the calm and poetic eccne before
Thev bad been seated but a very few minutes,
and bad scarcely breathed above wbUjcrs lct
they should disturb tho flacid stillness that
reigned about them, when suddenly they were
startled by a singular scTeam. coming apparently
from the mid.t of the flock of sleeping roans.
Instantly turning their eyes in that direction,
they saw one of the graceful birds swimming has
tily directly toward ttteui. Tliey remained silent
until the bird reached the water's edge, and then
were more surprised to see it come from the water
and walk rapidly, almost run, directly toward
Tho lady was at first alarmed, and made a
movement to escajc ; but ber companion, whoo
curiosity was excited at these strange movements,
urged ber to keen still. The swan came directly
to ber side, and laying its liead in ber lap nestled
as closely to ber as it well could, manifesting the
delight of having found an old friend. The lady
caressed it fondly, which seemed to intensify the
poor dumb creature's joy. The gentleman now
moved toward it and put forth bis hand to rit it,
when the swan ruku its wings and hisscda do
fiance at the intrusion that caused its would-be
friend to withdraw. It then replaced its liead in
the lady's lap and renewed its manifestations of
The couple remained seated nearly half an hoar, I
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the poor swan remaining all the time close to its
friend, and receiving her caresses. Then they
arose to deport, when tlie swan a bo rose, and,
stretching its neck, watched them far away;
then, uttering a strangely wild shriek, returned
to the water, and was soon in the midst of its or
In the meantime, the lady, impressed by this
singular adventure, was loth to leave the pot,
and finally persuaded ber companion to return
with ber and see if thc swan would renew its
Titdt to tlicm. Very quietly they ttolc lutk and
resumed their scats, but scarcely were they
seated when thc swan again sun bis delight, ami
hastened to the slsrc and to the lady 'a side. He
manifested the same repugnance this time as be
fore to the gentleman, and when they withdrew
broke out in tlie same mournful wail.
Thc third time they returned, but clianged
scats. Still tlie swan detected thc precncc of the
lady and came to ber side, receiving and return
ing her caresses, and angrily rejecting all others.
The circumstance was more singubur from the fact
that the lady had never visited the swans, and
certainly never fed them, as so many visitors are
in tle habit of doing. Nor did she or her com
panion on this evening make any noise or motion
to attract tlie attention of the swan, or give it
any inducement to repeat its visit.
The sequel of the etory is quickly told. Thc
lady recognized thc bpot as thc vicinity wltcrc ber
former lover rmt his death. She returned to ber
home convinced tliat bis spirit bad met ber in the
form of thc swan, and with all the sad memories
of the past rushing upon ber mind, she shut her
self up and still refuses to see even the one to
whom she id engaged, and who shared with her
this strange adventure.
Here, then, is a case of metempsychosis, or at
least something that looks vastly more p!ausible
as an instance of tlie practical reality of tliat an
cient mytltological system than anything that thc
spiritualism of the times has produced from tlio
i ox sisters table-tipping to Mumlcr's ghost pic
tures. Who will explain the mystery more satis
factorily than the young lady has herself explained
it? X. Y. Sun.
IVciv Goods per Idsilio!
A FIXE ASSORT-
Ladies' and Misses' Roots and Shoes,
Cents' Dcst Boots,
Roys Fine Roots and Shoes.
ALL, THE. LATE A.1D ItEfT STYLES OF
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roaaSt tt)arn. (rel II. M WHITSKt.
The Ramie Plant.
The Mobile IZ'tiistrr of Julv 4th. ears that
from an article in the hut Monthly Report of the
Herartment of 'Agriculture headed, Kamie, or
China Grass," written by the Comrairioner, it
seem- to be certain that a deliberate deception. of Ja n the Stato of California,
amounting to a finable fraud, has been practiced j Rnd for tIl6 prent tficrc ia a fierce popular hos
upon the people of the South by those engaged t;iit in t,ia State f t,JC newcomers. Hut the
in selling cuttings of tlie Kamie plant. Under I .j to come, and to extend them-
tlte impression that generally prevailed that the , kUw frfJn t,j(J tQ t,C intcrior. There is
article could fc succcsu ly and profitably culti- j hard, a or locity in California where
vatctl in the Sitith, and that there was an active tLe (fc " t foU . they l ave worked
demand in Europe for all that could be grown, f thdr into Xcvada anJ into t!jC ncw Territo
as well as to answer numerous enquiries, the . tofi atQ lua becoming the laborers
Jtyisltr published, at different tiuits, articles of tLat fc Qf h A, this they are
fnm sources deemed reliable and authentic, giv- . inthc f;lCO of t, m,t bittcr 1;raonal per-
mg practical information in regard to it? culture I ution anJ violen Thev are a ouict people,
an.J management. Among tlse, in our isaucot
inn iAprii last, we jmonsiicia copious tract
from an advertising pamphlet, issued by J.
Lruckncr of New Orleans, who bad root cutt
ings of the best quality " for snlo at a very low
Cinire." In this pamphlet Mr. Bruckner says :
"A considerable quantity Is annually received
in Euror. and manufactured into fabrics of the
fincst quality, excelling in strength, beauty and
finish, linen of the finest texture, and rivalling
even silk in lustre." Such was the statement ;
the legitimate inference from which was, that
there would be no difficulty in finding a ready
market for all that could bo grown. Again : It
was statcd in a produce circular received last fall,
Livcnxjl merchant. anx extensively
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uciuauu tit xajziauu ior tue juiuiiu uuiv
aluiokt unlimited at thirty-five to fifty pouu
ton. necordin? to oualitv : but the T.rcscnt
r .r r. , TV- t . J 7 -7 tliy co,nc in contact only with the common
of the Consulate at Livcqool, not at lOtinco of it ; Lrcrs t, to-morrow they wiU lc in corn
was discovered nor a man found who had seen , tition wUh - aon, the bricklayer, tho car
r iW" ?n7thmS of ll' And thc wrTt ; I-cnter and the machinist, for they are the most
proceeds as follows: frugal, industrious and ingenious people on thc
N Ctr as the department has been ablo to faco of t;e Look - , .pfenJid granite
ascertain, little if any u-e has been made of the Lu;lJi cwuied by Wells. Farco & Co., the
1 1 f ITT aTTfarar tl B fa Tl fi lit Ta BTrrvll III Ii an in VI II 1 1 H II III I
cuttings. To forward these commercial opera
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tions, tlie statement is either falsely or ignorant Jy
made tliat this 1 Jamie is not China grass, and
tliat it will not grow from seed. It is time that
honret cxriment had demonstrated cither tho
success of failure of this effort to add to thc list
of our producing industries. Thus far, -while
instances of successful prorogation and a vigorous
growth are numerous, and even a few cases of
large plantations of the liochmcria arc reported,
no information of bona fide shipments of fibre in
quantity has been communicated to the depart
ment, or evidence c-ffrrcd of its manufacture in
this country, beyond a few experimental spei
ti:ens. Thc economical utilization of the fibre,
by improved processes and skilhd labor, is a
great ucidcratum ; but thc plunder of hoTul
experimenters by extortionate price (for a plant
tliat will grow like willows) obtained through
misrepresentation and grots exaggeration, will not
bo aletted by the Department of Agriculture."
The report then proceeds to state thc difficulties
tliat have attended all attempts to manufacture
tlie article; and, as yet, no process has been
perfected nor machinery invented to accomplish
the end. Mr. Dennct, an American, who is now
in France experimenting in tlie preparation of
various fibres, and wtio lias reported to the Dc-
Jartment the results of bis experiments, is quoted
rom. We cive only the following extract :
Tho persons who nave treated thc China grass.
esrc.ally tle French, in attempting to give it
lustre, plate surface, have so trotted by acids and
o herwuKS to get it white, as to make it crispy.
glassy, (instead oT glace, soft and si.ujotn) and
brittle. Tlie consequence is, where attempts
ave ocen maue 10 w it up wit siik cot on,
flax or wool, great difficulty has becu found in
o. " 1 ' . . .
tlie conclusion of too rcrrt is a letter
conclusion of thc rcr-ort is a letter
.. . . . , . 1 iowiui.il mo viunesc arc sun eeieu in
written by the Commissioner, Mr. Cnp-ron, to California, and insists that it is the right of
Senator Sprague, in reply to one from tho latter CTery i,nraii;rant to this country, le he Mongo
asking for " information relating to the present iian or Caucasian, to earn his bread here, and to
status of tho Itamic plant," from which we - the protection of our laws in doing so, and
make the followinz extract : ! ; r..iu;A tut ci.io. 1 ..
II114 Tihint 1'OH Imm tiifiimintnl in ihta mit iiir
fourteen years, and its seed luut been distributed
i i i ' r - -j
by this Department for two years. It has been j
p tinted throughout thccxtieme South, and every- j
where grows luxuriantly, and gives assurance
that unlimited quantities of material for fibre could 1
be produced. I am not disposed further to
t-ncourage its growth until manufacturers perfect
processes, and invent or adopt machinery for
preparing and manufacturing tho fibre so ccou- i
omically that a great demand shall spring up for '
the raw material. All depends upon the success
ful attainment of such an end. The farmer of
this country can answer any demand for it, but
will wait till the draft is made upon him.
v a a.. . a a
l nave encouragcu me experiment, ana yet nop
to see valuable results fiom it, while deprecating
tiic uu.sx rpint ot qwimuuu in cuttings, ui.u
the circulation of exaggerated and unreliable
& 1 1 trnidnta isinivrnin iti linriifa r-.rt Iiw!u.i.j
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price ol its liorc, ana tuo mauuiacturing uctnam
The Rerpslei says that the conclusion is irre-
fisiioic, wmi mow tvno nave cngngca in me
culture of tlie Ramie, under tlie exjectation of
realizing a profit, are destined to a sad disap
pointment, and that its culture, must, for tlo
present, bo abandoned. In thc meantime, thoso
. . . a a a
srHrculators in cuttings, who have been guilty of
this iraua upon t ;e puonc, Miouui 15 inuicted,
and punished to the extent of the law, for 44 ob- j
taming money under lalse pretenses.
The Solid Hen of New York.
m , .. , , 1 , 1 :
The Tribune publishes a complete list of c.ti-
zens who pay taxes on incomes ranging from tho
hod-carrier, who pavs ftl. up to the princclv
merchant, A. T. Stewart, who pays $3,019,218
- . , mi . .
for the single year. Thera are seventeen thon-
. "la ' x a I
sand nine hundred and nineteen names who pay j
an income Ux in this city, lhe following are :
the individuals who pay tax on incomes of 100,
000 or over. Most of these solid gentlemen are
self-made men, who have come up from the
lowest round of the ladder. The man w1m lends
tlie list, A. T. Stewart, everybody knows is an
Irish emigrant, who commenced life with a capi
tal of less than twenty-five cents ; indeed, with
few exceptions, most of thc parties in the lidt,
were bcarce as well off as Mr. Stewart, lake
Henry Keep; he boasts that be graduated from
the Poor House of Jefferson County. Jay Gould
drove a herd of cattlo from Delhi, Delaware
County, when a lad, for fifty cents a day, in I
order to get money enough to reach the Hudson
Hirer. David Groenbeck over thirty years ago
used to mend old shoes for bis brother, who was
a respectable shoemaker in Albany. Wo all
know the history of James Gordon feennctt and
Itobcrt Donner, poor boys full of talent and
industry. liufus Hutch, when a youngster, bad
an ambition to bold tho reins of a peddler's
wagon. E. D. Morgan commenced life with a
quarter measure of molasses. It is sea rce a dozen
years since Henry Clews was an errand boy in
one of the banking bouses down town. The
brothers Scligman started out in life with a ped
dler's rock. David Dow 8, in bis younger days,
retailed pork by thc half pound and molasses by
the gill. H. T. Ilclmbold was first cabin boy on
tho sloop Mary Jane, tliat navigated tho Dela
ware River. Wo might go on through the list,
and show that nearly every one of tbeso solid
men were the architects of their own fortunes.
Young men, who are struggling for place and
position, should remember that the individuals
in the list below bad to battle for life ju6t as bard
as they are doing. Let them take heart, and
never say die.
Honor and ahanie from no condition riee.
Act wdl yoor part there all the honor lie.
Win. B. Attor..
..$1,079.212, Rafna Hatch J
.. m.loi A. S. Hatch
.. 103,749. T. K. Havemeyer...
.. 125.910' II. T.llelmh-Jd.....
11. I). A Ulrica.
James II. Banker...
Ilenry J. Baxbey....
August Belmont. ...
Jaa. II. Benedict....
J. Goriloa Bennett..
Henry Clevra. ......
John B. Cornell.....
Jaa. M Canetable...
Win. W. CorndL...
Job a J. Cbco
W. E. lXjdxe.
Aran R. Eno. ......
Jonah 11. GaaUer...
Jay Uookt. .........
HxiaCtt tiray .......
Ilenry 1. llairhi....
S30.0K0 EUaa T. Ilifpaa....
105.817 U F. Hoyt....
162.3?); I Adrian Idia. ......
12351, E. &. JaJTiay
Io0,00 BradWIi Jubnaon....
31I.&89 Ucnry Keep
IHd.&iO Georr Kemp.......
leo.CoO.Rnfua 1- Lord
1h341 X. V. Morton
132,357 E. I. Morgan
213.357 waM Ollendorfer.
102,000, W. C. RhinelaruUr..
lll.'n5 Jo, rtampa'ai.......
112.000 Itenj Hrblcaairrer...
150.000 J o. Seaman
Ii0,flf2 Jamca fceligtuan...
12i.KiI ' Wm. Hloao
221375 Wm. II. Umith
151.644 Ed. 1. ftiantoo
21778 Haran Steven
2,12 John ittewart.......
71.411 1 A. T. Hrwart .
104,715 PrtT B. Kweeney...
22U.5J0' Mras Toy W
135.7VI ' Jnnailtan Tb'Tne...
i,fio.1' Franria Warden....
i'Am NV alexin. ......
John Itavid WUfe...
Ill MOW fit. Y. rra.r.
The Chinese Question.
From the tliicas Tribune, Jo'T l0t,
The constant and increasing migration of Clii
nee to the United States is necessarily causing a
J liK.uwion m lo they shall be received and
i . treated. The first waves of the migration,
j anJ are t,)rir anf inaus.trious. They
learn the wants of this country rapidly, and
adapt themselves cahily to meet tnoso wants.
They live economically, and, of course, can work
for much less wages than other persons. They
are hunted and beaten in California, but they do
rtt wv-a nan . . 1 ! irtTT npa i nrrfi rt-
i niimi and ncfiuiring a thorough prac
tical knowledge of all kinds of mechanical, min-
agricultural and domestic labor, as practiced
in this country. Ccrge Francis Train, in one of
bis recent speeches to the Irish residents of Cali
fornia, had the manliness and the courage to de-
i . . , rwepift:on with wilich
t, Cbinec . tp- t thi'8 rcfiWct ,ie dir.
fo. . . . f ( Carlv. one
I uiutll to HIP la'Ull, IIUUJ AMI. acvA.ujr,
ot Cnited States Senators from that State,
I , i. a.. w -
i stone 01 '
which was cut in China, and was built
ly Chinamen. Men who can do such work for
less than half the price paid white mechanics
were an injury to tho State, and be would unite
with any iarty tliat would use energetic means
to keep thcra out of the country. There was
only one party that could be depended upon for
that purjoe, and that was the true old De
This'is rcraarkablo logic, though it Iks Demo
cratic. The most frugal, industrious and in
genious people on tho lace of the earth " are to
be denied tcrmiion to come to the United
Suites, because, if they do so, they will, by fru
gality, indubtry and ingenuity, bo able to work
lor less nioucjr than those now here. This is
protection in its most malignant form. Thc
logical deduction from Senator Cnsserly's argu
ment is, that the wasteful, lazy and stupid of our
present population must bo protected against
comitition on the part of tho saving, thc indus
trious and thc ingenious who may ofi'er their
labor to tho public. The Democratic party at
the South, however, have no thought of hiring,
as workmen in that region, the Irish, or (.'er
mans, or other Europeans; their detestation of
frco whito labor is only equaled by tliat of free
black labor; and, in tho Chinese, they propose
to find a sulistitute for both. Already tlicrc is a
Southern demand for Chinese labor, and wc have
no doubt that in a few years tlie Chinese will be
Mr. tWrly will find that the Democratic party
at thc v,,.,, wi not Conscnt the escIuaron .J
thc Chinese, nor to any law or regulation which
will compel them to employ whit mechanics or
Thc Ncw York j t f Comn wllioh is
the orenn of tho rauliarlv religious wiU of tho
i J'emoCTatlC rartv. ticnounrpM tlio ' Rlimtirfii1
' i... . ...V: .1 r. ....
i -.i. , 1 .. , ..r.
is chimed for all by our national Declara
tion of Independence."
One of t!io outrages to which thc Journal o
Commerce objects is tho exclusion of Chinese as
witnesses in thc Courts. We believe tliat same
injustice prevailed, until recently, in most of the
Suites, resjcting another class of our people,
and that everywhere throughout thc land the
Democracy protested against its repeal.
There ought to be no jxlitieal difficulty in this
matter. There can bo no denial of civil rights
to any person, without the grossest injustice,
lie who refuses such lights to others invites a
denial of them to himself. The personal rizhts
j of all men should bo equal before tho law, and
tho moment tho law establishes a privileged class
;,,.;, Bn,i l.,,,,,;,, i..,i ti..
Chinese, as all otlicr men, nro entitl.?l to tho
ljhcrtv ofearninn- their brpr.d bv iht-ir mm Ulw.r.
: ana mutt i
: t .. . . - v.. ... . '
e protecteu in so aoinr. lo aeuy
. . a - n, a
them that right is to treat them with a barbarity
wlinllv irrrr".nf ihililn nilli tlm inlillicrnni i..l
J civilization of the ae.
The Tunnel from England to France.
Tho London Daily "Sews says tliat the project
f t l rritii n inrtnol f - T. -w4 4 I-,ro rtrt a a
r V VBii l auuuva A Will a AL1 4 IBjr dllUaJ. AO
; BlUl t&ikl of It Bpenk8 oftho rrofect a8 fol.
. lowa . irob..biv the success with which tho Mt.
Ccnis tunnel has leen worked through the solid
liackhonc of tho Alpine range has attracted new
attention to an old scheme which seems far from
impracticable. The difficulties to be encountered
in tunneling lctween tho Straits of Dover are of a
.,.tii., .i:n...r. si.Msn.. r... ,t,,.-n ,..i,;k
to lull T U1UWVUI -1 1 All IL 1.11.1 11UUI IIIWU nilivil IIIU
p,renfh cnr,inecrs W had to lncet wilh in tun
neling the All. The soil to be traversed in the
former instance would be the 44 second chalk
4-vr fiAn t w t . n 1 a vnav tuvnarmrilttir 1 ns ft ici 1 in I
1 ' .,..1 r...jf rJ. e
7eBVllVB 1 IB UAB UllUlVaVVII VUUirU I1VUI trAAB-, l.'AAe,.W VTA
iu u, Ti!ilng in to the place in which it
msk ite appearance in France. The difficulty
of tcr font ting this sou would bo much less than
a, ' . . a a a a . a . a
of perforating thc hard and complicated material
which has been encountered by the French engi
neers. On the other hand, thcro are dungcrsaud
difficulties in tunneling under the Straits which
more than make up for the comparative case with
which tho mere process of perforation could be
pursued. The workers in the suggested tunnel
1, the Straits would be exposed to enormous
risks from tho effect of the pressure of the sea
upon the stratum through which they have to
work. Acnin and again the water burst into the
Thames .Tunnel whde it was in process of con
struction, and drove the workmen out. If such
an event threatened workmen engaged nine or ten
miles from cither outlet of tho suggested tunnel,
escape would bo hopeless. In a short time the
whole length of thc tunnel would bo filled with
the. waters of the sea, and the labors of years
would be rendered useless. Doubtless the dan
ger may bo surmounted by a judicious choice of
tho stratum to bo worked through, and by cau
tious progress. Thc experience gained during
the tunneling of the Thames shows that much can
be done in this way. Wo have every reason to
believe that once a tunnel was constructed it
would bo as safe as the Thames tunnel now is.
There are difficulties in the way of ventilation,
but such difficulties as these have been successfully
dealt with in tho construction of the Mount
Ccnis tunnel. Three very eminent engineers,
Messrs. Hawshaw, Erunlecs and Lowe, have
pironounccd tho plan to be feasible ; and the esti
mated C0Bt nine millions sterling though large,
is still reasonable when the valuo of the tunnel is
AXI OTHER MUSICAL IX-
1 1 TrSED AAD REPAIRED,
BT CHARLES PEKBY, AT TDK THEATER.
Lessons Given on Piano and Cnitar.
Best of reference given. 660 IT
II. f KUTirEIS,
PIANO FORTE MAKER AND TUNER,
HAS RETURNED AGAIN.
ORDERS LEFT AT DR. SMITH'S
Fr7r'I:.ne stnr. atui at Wu. FUcher'a Pumilure
I I "Rooms, promptly attended to. 068 6m
. ALEXANDER REMOND,
iOf the I mrerj Form, Rambouiltet,')
II AS - COMMENCED BUSINESS
at Na. H) Eanrasat Street.
All bosiueaa In bis Hoe aa Veterinary gargeon
promptly aucnded to. Particular attention paid
to all dUeises of Horse.
COHS AXU SOWS CAREFULLY SPATED.
AU orders Uft with Mr. BERTRANK, Uarber.
No. 40 Hotel strert.orat Mr. KELLY'S Stables.
Furt street, will be aitcwk-d to. 674 4m
o : i. . c- l-.,: D..;.t .
I10' If is the duty of every class of men to unite
, 1 iu inoeui, mo anirouueiion 01 mo unmet;, xt
Horrors of the Trapeze.
A wenc of considerable excitement occurred at
the American theatre, on Walnut street, above
Eighth, on Saturday evening, during the flying
trapeze performance of two artists announced on
the bills as Lilla and Zoe. One of their feats
consists in Lilla, a full grown young woman,
swinging herself by means of two ropes suspended
from the ceiling, from a platform erected in front
of the gallery, entirely across the auditorium,
until she touches with her feet a trapeze that
hangs at considerable altitude over the orchestra.
Securing herself on this trapeze with her feet, ber
body swings downwards, and she remains in that
poFition while Z., a child of ten years of age,
mounts the platform in the gallery, and seizing
the iron rings attached to the roes mentioned,
throws herself oir, and darts towards Lilla, and
when nearing ber the child throws a somersault
in mid-air, and her only chance from being
crushed to death by falling from the dizzy hight
among thc audience in the parquet, is being
caught by Lilla, who hangs with her head down
wards from the trapeze.
Certain death would be the result of the slight
est mistake by cither of the performers. On Sat
urday evening the feat was successfully pertbruied,
it is true, but Lilla barely caught the child as she
revolved in the air. As the Latter was descending,
however, to the stage, tlie man whose duty it was
to catch her from the hands of Lilla, failed to do
so, and the poor child fell to the p.lalform p.laced
over thc orchestra, a distance of several feet, and
struck her head and otherwise injured herself.
Tlie child was picked up, when she immediately
p.laced her hands to her head, and it was appar
ent that she was seriously hurt. Notwithstand
ing this she was almost inhumanly ordered to re
mount the platform in the gallery and repeat the
feat. The child obeyed, but such conduct on the
part of those having chargo of the exhibition was
too much for the audience to stand, and there
was a unanimous cry of 44 Xo, No !" " Shame,
shame !" Take her back !" 44 Take her back !"
etc. In the meantime the child mounted the
platform, and then ttood ready to repeat the feat,
but the audience rose en masse, to their great
credit, and prevented the ropes from being hauded
to her. Unable to combat such a display of
public indignation and disapproval, the child
was ordered to retire, which she did amid the
most tumultuous applause. Now, whether Bhe
could have performed the feat again in her then
condition will be seen from the following :
Alter she had retired, the stage manager ad
vanced and stated that she desired to perform
another fiait, and that she was not injured, and
tho consent of tho audience was asked. There
was a general cry of 44 No, no," and considerable
hissing ; but, taking advantage of a few cries of
44 go on," from the boys in the gallery, the child
again appeared, and mounted the platform, took
bold of the rins and swung herself off for the
purpose of catching the banging trapeze with her
feet and then making a somersault while descend
ing into an outstretched net. As the audience
felt would be the case, the child essayed the feat
but failed to catch thc trapeze, owing to her ner
vous state, which was natural, under the circum
stances, but she was saved from injury by her
commendable piresence of mind in not letting go
of the ropes. The consequence was that she
swung backwards and forwards amid a scene of
mni'li TiMtfmnr- nml wntt rpllovrsl fpiim lirr np.r-
, , .. . i
! ilous position by the audience, who caught her
l ? -I a. it . . n i t J l l ' T
; aiitt carneu ncr to me suige. l'miaatipma ju-
quirer, June 4 th.
IIorrtci.e Death A Drunkard's Stomach on
Fire. AImuU midnight of Sunday last, the peo
ple of the Village of Kainbow, near New Haven,
Ct., were awakened by the cry of fire, which
piroved to le caused by the burning of a two-story
f rame house, owned by John Darwin, and occu
piicd by him as a liquor saloon, which was com
pletely destroyed. Those neighbors first on the
spot, found Darwin lying on the ground so badly
burned as to be nearly insensible. He was con
veyed to a neighboring bouse, but died in great
agony !cfore morning. It appears that the un
fortunate man, as soon as he had discovered the
fire, ran out of the house, but subsequently re
turned to save his five sleepinsr children. He was
badly intoxicated nt the time, and entering the
burning building, thc flames struck him in the
face, and immediately, owing to the amount of
liquor he drank, set fire to the inside of his throat
and stomach, burning up his tongue, so that
when he was found, that oripin was a mere crisp.
The children were saved by tlie neighbors, one of
them badly scorched, lhe eldest boy says a gen
eral carousal bad been going on in the saloon,
and while some one intoxicated was drawing
liquor, he probably set fire to an old feather bed
near thc barrel. Everything in the house was
burned, and the children are thus left orphans
and unpirovided for.
! Ei y a Piece of Land. George Barstow, of
j ban rranciseo, in Ins sieeeh at thc railroad cele-
brat ion, after speaking of tho effect of railroad
i building upon business and the value of real
estate, gave tho following wholesome advice to
the assembled multitude :
Let mc say to any man here present, purchase
and own, if you can, some portion of the 6oil of
Lnlilorma. cxt to being wedded to a good
wife, get wedded to thc soil of your country by
the londs of proprietorship. Do you live in the
interior? Own it there. Do you live at Gilroy?
Own it here. Do you live at San Francisco?
Do tho same thing there. Hut be an owner
somewhere. If you have a family, it is doubly
important to be an owner of land. When a traveler
walks through London he finds the city is about
eighteen miles long. All thc land in that eighteen
miles is held at prices almost fabulously high for
building purposes. San Francisco is to be
another London. Yet at the distance of eighteen
miles from Montgomery street land is sold at
only a little more than its value for agricultural
f urposcs. Secure m piece of it while it is cheap,
t will prove a policy of insurance to you. And
with tlie exception of a good name and a bright
example, it is the most valuable legacy which
you can leave to your children.
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wearing well. Tbey are matte of the best aasoned materiala
with all the modern improvemente. Rosewood ease, with aeven
Oa Cabinet Organ for Sale, with powerful Tsne,
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ALWAYS om HAND AM) WARRANTED
as Fresh as any in the market, and fur sale at lowest rates.
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EIGHT SIN OP HORSES. WELT.
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W AIM AN ALU MAKKET.
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REfSARDlNU KUANS OSCAR. TENC
STKOM, who left his home In Unttenberir, bweden, In
1S54, and Is supposed to be smnewhere in the Pacific Any
tidinics of him, or his whereabouts, will be frratefully rerteived
by his younjier briber, CAPT. AbOLP. S. TENGSTROM,
Uunolulu, Uaaaiiao IsUuds.or by the publisher or this paper
679 3m V '
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JUtasiraied Papers, Magazine and Books,
AT WHITNEY'S BOOKSTORE. Files of Har
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The Republicans in Spain have gained several
peats at the late supplementary elections, and
now number 73. Tlie number of Democratic
Monarchists is 21, of Progressists 120, of Liberal
Unionists 84, of Xeo-Catholics 22, and 20 who
belong to no party. In Cuba and thc other
Spanish Colonies no election of Deputies has yet
The following simple and effective cure for
drunkenness deserves to be widely tested i 4Have
steady and useful employment, and give it strict
attention ten hours each day, except Sundays,
and then attend church service regularly. When
your day's work is completed, go home to spend
your leisure hours. If your home is not pleasant,
get yourself about the agreeable task of making
ft so. When you go out to public amusement,
take some person of pure mind and steady habits
with you ; always keep good company, and drink
nothing but cold water at home or abroad."
A bear escaped recently from a menagerie at
Prague, and, after walking very quietly through
the streets for a time, remarked a gingerbread
shop, which ho entered, and in a very short time
bad devoured several crowns' worth of the wares.
The dealer had fled in terror at the sight of this
unwelcome customer, but a number of boys and
idlers looked on highly amused. When liruin
had taken his fill he returned quietly to his cage,
and the young spectators burst into the shop and
ate up all tho cakes and gingerbread left.
Origin of the Grecian Bend. The origin of
the 44 (Jrecian Bend" has been discovered, at
last. A letter from Japan says : 44 Despite its
classic name the fashion is decidedly Japanese,
and Nippon Muzmaz,' or young ladies, have
worn a similar dress for the last four centuries.
Some enterprising modiste, at the last Interna
tional Exhibition at Paris, caught tho idea from
one of the Japanese belles there present and
adopted it. The Japanese lady has cultivated
proper spinal curve by carrying on her back in
youth her baby brother or sister. As she grew
up her clumsy sandals gave a bend to the knees,
and a finishing grace to the arch of the back.
She now dons the 4 Kirimono,' a long gown
reaching to the feet, and Bwathes tho 4 obi, or
broad silk girdle, several times about her waist,
fastening it in a large bunch behind, aupping
on her sandals, and taking her little umbrella in
ber hand, she shuffles into the street, and as 6he
passes your window you eaten a glimpse pi tne
Grecian Bend ' in perfection."
How the Parisians Baffled the Police Spies
An amusing example is given of the con
trivanccs by which the public of Paris manages
to eat of the forbidden fruit of political discus
sions. A 44 conference," as it is called, was held
the other day in one of the theatres, the subject
beimr 44 the" phenomena of light." The 44 con
ference " did not include political phenomena in
the treatment of this scientific subject. The
lecturer, in order to demonstrate certain theories
proceeded to enlarge some photographs of cele
brated persons. Now this being done by means
of a strong magnesium light, all the theatre, ex
cent in the immediate neighborhood of the oper
ator, was in almost darkness. The audience
could be heard, not seen. The portrait of the
Emperor was received with a storm of hisses and
cries of 44 Turn him out ! " 44 Vive la Repub-
Iique! ' 44 JIis time will soon be up!" &c.
That of the Empress met with a worse reception,
if possible, than her husband's. On the other
hand the portrait of Maximilian was received
with cheers and cries of 44 Who betrayed him?"
The experiments were brought to an end at once,
but the agents were batned by the darkness.
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SEAMLESS BURLAP BAGS. FOR SALE EI
680 Sm C. BREWER & CO.
AX HATCHETS. SHOVELS. CROWBARS
For sale by (680 3m) C. BREWER a Co.
OF ALL SIZES. FOR SALE BV
680 3ui C. BREWER CO.
Anchors mid Chains.
ANCHORS FROM 300 TO SOO LBS., AND
CHAINS to . For sale by
ooO 3m C. BREWER CO.
Coal, Coal !
NTHRACITE COAL FOR. STOVES. FOR
L. sale by (680 3m) C. BREWER A CO.
THE CORNER STORE IN THE MA
KEK BLOCK, recently occupied by Hugh Mclntyre,
Tobacconist. Immediate possession given. Apply tn
680 3m C. BREWER A CO.
OF ALL SIZES WEIGHING FROM 700
TO 3. OOO ponnds.
ALSO, COUNTER SCALES.
For sale by C. BREWER A CO.,
"ATOTIIIXG HAS BEEN FOUND TO SUK-
Winter's Metallic Faint !
As a protection for all kinds of Sheds, Buildings, Roofs, Boilers
Iron or Wood-work exposed to the changes incident to a tropi
cal climate. It is anti corrosive, resists dampness and dears
decay, and is the only armor which protects from all vicissitudes.
For Sale Wholesale by C. Brewer & Co.,
And at retail by all enterprising dealers ic Paints. 665 6m
Galvanizcrt Iron Pipe,
17IOR SALE BY
C. BREWER r CO.
For sale by C. BREWER A CO..
680 3 in 27 Queen street.
F ALL SIZES, FOR. SALE BV
630 3m C. BUEWKR A CO.
Kaolin, Fire Sand.
DIPB CLAY. FOR SALE BV
ML 6S0 3m
C. BREWER tr CO.
WEW MUSIC !
Over 2,000 Pieces of late Popnlar Songs,
Vocnl and luatrunirntnl.
And from week lo week will publish the titles of some of the
When we went a gleaning,
Scraps from Lucrecia,
It is a legend old,
O gentle heart.
Scraps from Martha, No. 2.
The three Angel visitants,
Tis but a little faded flower,
Thy voice is near.
My Molly Athore,
The past tliat breathes of tbee,
No crown without the eras.
Let us sieak of a man as we
Singer in blissfnl repose,
Lizzie dies to night,
Say to him.
The rock beside the sea shore.
O take me to tby heart again.
We parted by the riverside,
What are the wild wares saying
The old oaken bucket.
The sailor's wife.
There is a sigh in the heart,
The rose bud.
I Sweet Evelina,
I Sly sweetest thoughts arc thine,
Not for Joseph,
-Queen of the night,
Ah! could I teach tho Nightin
gale, Wheu nicht Is darkest.
When I kuow that thou art near
What will I do without thee,
Meet me by moonlight,
My love and I,
What Mora said.
When Lubln .ings,
M y song shall enter In thy
My father's sword,
The moon is beaming o'er thc
O sweet be thy repose,
I'll meet thee in the lane.
Nothing else to do.
Rock me to sleep, mother,
Twenty years ago.
The universal medley,
Ring the bell soltly.
ITnder the willows he is sleeping
When sparrows builu,
O'er graves of the loved ones.
Roses bloom in summer only,
Ring the bell, watchman,
She sleeps in tlie valley so sweet
Ah! love the military.
Meet me to-night,
Patting on airs,
When the war ia o'er, Mary,
Softly o'er the rippling waters.
Lost star of my home.
Under a hedge,
Nearert and dearest,
Tenting on the old esmp r, round
Smile, Mollie darling,
Memories of the past,
H. M. WHITNEY.
For rale by (681)
OTES OF THE VOLCANOES Or THE
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, with a History of tnwir nrw
Eruptions. Illustrated with maps and numerous en
gravings. By Wm. T. Brigham. Price, $6, bound in
HAWAIIAN CLUB PAPERS. Issued by the n-''""
or Boston, lo. vomainioK " :
Sketches relating to this group. 120 pp. Price, bound
in cloth, $1 25 bound in paper covers, $L
CONTRIBUTIONS OF A VENERABLE SAVAGE to the
Ancient History or tne nawauan ..-.--
from the French of M. Jules Kemy, by W. T. BnxUani.
60 pp. Price, bo and in cloth, $1 50 bound In paper
covers, $1 00.
Tba above recent and valuable Works, relating to theM
Islands, can be had at the Store of rotlTTVrv
J7j . A A. OA al UI""-
. m-m. aw V TtVf 1"T
AFRESH SUPPLY OK JO VKnau
AND RECORD BOOKS, Juat received per B. C. M u-
RAY and for sale by ii. n. nimn-
rUST RECEIVED BY H.
I per D. O. MURRAY s
Wilson's Primer, Primary Speller, Large Speller,
Wilson's 1st, 2d and 3d Readers,
Emerson's 1st Part Arithmetic,
Colbnrn' 1st Lessons In Arithmetic.
Webster' Spellers. I
nont Foreret the Birthdays
A GREAT VARIETY OF CHILDREN'S
Cloth and Plain Toy Books,
From 6 cent to one dollar each. Just what oar little "Mary
Ann " wants. Call and see at the Book store of Y
NITED STATES BONDS OF INDK1
KBNESS, (S-iM i or any otner ciass ot ooous.
; - Casliedat the highest rates..
h. m. wnrrssv.