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Scientific Vov-aaro of H. B. M.
FT UK. BKUI KSKVK.
Riartiar Corns: titacral for A Battalia aad TilBtiaa
:.m quite pride a::.i pleasure in showing
and patiently explaining all these thing
tothe delighted Ttsiior.
In the course of the voyage of the Chal-
kafcr, Prxfii'sjor Thomson has rowed ed
in making a very lanro and valuable evl
kvtkn of sptximen of fauna and Testa
ble life found at depths ranging from 10
to 3iKV fathoms. A thousand fathom
, o may lu re tvmii'.d w.f of our f-ni
He-M.vrtv's oJ fciv the Challencvr -' - . i rtwiorV is .--.v nautical mile ; from
has rerisiteJ these shores, under the ovm- ; which fact the general depth of the sound
mand ot Captain Xares, in the prosecution ing, to may be pretty accurately sur
ot nklitific researches, exploring the my- j raised. The greatest depth reaehel. and
: - : - th dirtv- a:!a.".on;v exatvtvo 1. was fathoms
GSIA7 CASE FOR THIS MARKET!
Of I a OKI l t M
C- Tt. St. t aad If ash
U.K,r:. mxi Lara-
BafjiBt.SaddlfN and (aovav
I.and, or the Island of Desolation ; the
chief object of their visit Wing to fix upon
a proper station for the observation of the
approaching Transit ot Venus. Thoy staid
at Kcrgitelon'a w. for some time, and
the photographs taken of that most extra
ordinary region are deeply interesting.
This large ami lonely island in the South
ern tVean. was discovered (as many will
doubtless remember') in 1773, bv an ad
venturous French navigator named Ives
Joseph de Kergnelen Treroaree, and one
of the names of the bold Hreton still com
monly distinguishes the spot. It is situa
ted in the Southern, or Antarctic tVean ;
its southern extremity (Cape tieorge Ink
ing in S:M south, and 7 0:12 east. It is
100 miles in length, and 50 miles in
breadth ; and has been describen by some
reographcrs as consisting of moss-cov-
rocks of a primary formation.
behalf of the sacred ttaimhu other i -...'m:; ati.i made, u "Christmas Harbor," at the northern cx-
SMI of Science, For a few days the about ;:oo ralhoms. The instruments for , tremity of the island, is a largo hay or in-
CWDeeger will rest in the tranquil waters drevlging and sonding, etc., are very cu- let, in the shape of a horseshoe ; the shores
of Iwt Jackson before she re-enters w rieM ".y suggestive. There is a beautiful being fornied of tiers ot steep rock, rising
her appointed task. Having had the ad- j little donkey engine on the quarter-deck in a succession of terraces to the height of
vaatage ot a thorough overhaul in the i ijust at the fort-bridge.) by which dredg- 1000 feet. At the head of this vast natu
Fitsroy Pock at Cockatoo, she isgai:: ing iit-.es, Jfce.. are lowerevl into the deep ral amphitheatre and spacious Kay is a
lying in Farm Cove, perfectly prepared to ; and drawn up again. j beach of fine dark sand. The bold rocky
resume a voyage, which has already ad-1 Amongst the appliances are the follow- surface of the island is intersected with nu
ded so largely to the Treasures ot Kncwbl ing: A rope a throe coils, six miles merons small lakes; and there are many
edge. Other ships have signalized them- i long: a dredging frame of iron, six feet watercourses which swell to angry tor
- o-i bv ;btr researches ia Geographical long by one in width, having a net. swabs, rents at every heavy rainfall. The north
Discovery ; bat the Challencer is pre-emi- ! and knife-edge thereto attached ; sound- end of this "Island of Desolation," is chief
neatly distinguisbed by her explorations j ing rods of a complex self-acting charac- ly ot volcanic origin, several of its emi-
uou of FVofessT Tbooison. For mouths more than three miles and a half This
past has that noble vessel been constantly ' depth was reached a little to the north of
engaged in this great work, destined to ! the Virgin Islands in the Want Indies,
immortalize her name, and to cover with I Tin y found animal life at that depth,
honor all thoe whose privilege it has j and all the way down to that depth.
been to be associated in such a s:':orious 1 The average depth of the soundings and orod
expedition on behalf of the sacred MaitJw other examinations, taken and made, was ; '"Christmas Harbor,
Boots. Piano fate!
ft Ait. I C.e C A'.
nnTMh aana. bnant, Wmiiw,
nTjsn, rsnsaanm, rw..om.
t. Um Fkirtj. OMtM
4:rt. Ctttim raSanaiitt.
'. : - : : .;: :n r .: tor ; di p .-a water Iv.t'.cs of brass : deep-
eat, orer which she has passed for sx sea thermometers, in metal Han, cartully
nonces presenting a striking appearance
when viewed from the surounding so;i.
The trap rock of whioh these eminences
are severally composed, forms a very sin
gular succession of terraces. The prevail
ing rock, we are told, is basalt, with vari
ous modifications of amygdaloid. The
general direction of
ence. The same authority (Chambers)
goes on to state that the face of the
mountain, as far as the base of the dome,
i mostly covered with brushwood, inter
mixed with ferns, and;long grasses, which
veil its native ruggedness. In many
places, however, it is completely bare, and
presents to view the edtces of a vast nnm
ber of strata; arranged horixontally, or at
slight degrees of elevation. The climate
is mild but moist. Wild celery is abund
ant, and the ground is covered with a gi
gantic species ol Spartana (S. Anindina
oca.) Two species o( seals are the only
tpiadmpeds that can be considered as
strictly indigenous; the wild goats and
the hogs having been introduced since its
occupation by the Europeans. The only
land birds are a species of thrush, bunting
and common moor-hen. Of aquatic birds
there is a groat abundance, including the
albatross. There are no reptiles, and very
few insects." Here in this secluded island
the Challenger found a community, prin
cipally of European stock, numbering
eighty souls. The little sea-side hamlet
of cottages on the leach pleased the visit
ors much, on account of its picturesque
and thoroughly British aspect ; but they
were great y amused when they learned
it rejoiced in the name of " Edinburgh."
The Government is of a semi-patriarchal
character, somewhat after the fashion of
Xorfolk Island, and such other small com
munities. The island is, however, consid
ered to belong to Great Britain. The
head man a fine looking middle-aged
party with a long beard is named Green,
and has succeeded to the nominal ohief
dom since the death of Glass. The peo
ple of Acunha have about 500 head of
ALL SORTS, SUES & DESCRIPTIONS
The Yard and on the Wharf!
or' Wrst Scantling. Timbf r !
BRASS AXD rSOX BEDSTEADS
Tvt"fTT n ff opc,
SST kud CTKAJI COAL.
A )o, One plr pf
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BY THE UNDERSiCNED
rli w.;rr JC.iitT. mwi TnUnv
Hi1W.fi hM Vna Sac rnl.
EiMt'i Nim Wk Vmi rtitt,
It 111 1 fvc UU IiiiiiI OA,
Mat ratal, fua m, Ec
Cjsx ia, E lAf.t Mm sjp,
GfT. r: French Groceries
enasat Oaaflav . . aai ts
A t .1 .-i i : : ... in
cattle, and supply whalers with fresh pro-
the ranges is from 1 visions.
Xot far from Tristan d' Acunha is " In
accessible Island " (the most westerly in
the group) in latitude 37:16 south, and
longitude IfcU west. This island is of a
quadrangular shape, 16 miles long and II
miles aca-ss. Its surface is, tor the most
part, so precipitous as to be inaccessible;
but where it can be examined it is found
to have a light and sandy soil It is
much overgrown with stunted trees, heath,
brushwood, and reeds. On a small slop
ing ledge of land on one side of the islaud,
the Challenger people found two Germans
located. They were both taken otf at
their earnest request, quite cured of their
eccentric taste for the charms of solitude.
They had been living in this out of the
way place for more than two years, Front
& M. IhiiM, bth May, 1875.
"tj it Trrk. E - -
: - EAxk Bull.
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BET W1THS" TOIL.
Bsar Itvsl, be savsclat sasav
TsTMT JTICE CORDIALS I
1a 1 4as. mm CA MhtnMl amActezv mt
AX5-. a rrw or
Smith & Wellstood's
r i -. Mnmif. H
T-Kt-n mmw 1 C-" Bnar. a mil.
mtwax A ui Larrr , ia qb. mmi ft.
. tit? ' i : : i-r: .'. , i: - --. : -a
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTOIS CEKWUSAl NACHKS.
STtUI fLUUFiLS. WO mi $04 Gkth.
DRY GOODS I
Of V&riocs Descriptioas,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
f ! mi Eataa Cjin.
Is Om, Ciml Ik. &:iakK Tar.
ri in i rata.
- - :-!- ;.-. :.zxi4-,
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t thonaaads of miles, and with such constructed so as to resist anv lateral
signal success. May her prosperous pro- pressure; harpoons and firearms for large
gross in her new and "more excellent fish and tor birds: tin boxes for holding
way" ecBUuue, when she leaves us, still j specimens ; strong glass tubes, several
to be aw ajyud : feet in length, for preserving sea snaks,
i' . - -v.- C - - Ao: ;-its. o;i-v. boxes, and handna,
. . . - - -. - ; . v. . i v M.i ' .irx whc.v formed ot - to . fc., ami tne rminWBU a:v
the view of 1 1 ,r' g "sections" through brass, very ingeniously contrived and j from 500 to 2500 feet high. The snow
the ocean at large: so as to determine. carefully made. They have valves open- lingers constantly on the bleak and win-
with some degree of certainty, the form ing at both ends, so constructed as to close try heights of Kerguelen's Land, on every
of its btrttitmi. the distribution of animal up instantly when the lower end of the (Hunt that is 1000 feet above the sea level.
Bsc therein, and the degrees ot tempera- apparatus touches the bottom of the sex The visitors by the Challenger state that
ture s: its several depths, Jtc. In resolr- The sounding rod has, at its lower end, the whole island is covered with a bright
ing each of the several series ot problems a hollow cone terminating in a point, cal- green low class vegetation ; but of this
thus propounded, tt is almost needless to culated to force its war down into the remarkable peculiarity, that it includes
say that Professor Thomson and his as- watery oose, and so bring up ,shut into only eighteen different species. Not one
sastaats have not only been provided with the cone by the motion ot the ascent) of these productions of Kerguelen's Itnd
the very best necessary apparatus, but samples of the sand or mud lying at the has the least bit of wood in its stem,
have also, in the practical use of such bottom of the sex The thermometers are This very singular paucity of species is
means, acquired an experience calculated i let down by the donkey engine (like the understood to be unexampled, for it ia
to lead to yet further results. With her deep-sea bottles and sounding rods.) and three times less than the number found
busy pioneers of science on board, the their movements are all faithfully regis- eren in Spiubergen. In the whole island
Challenger has crossed the Atlantic four tered for the observant Meant, on the (according to Chambers) the flora can be
times, before she came down to as far deck of the Challenger, through the action only brought up to 150, eren if we include
south as the Cape of Good Hope ; whence of a galvanic wire. By this means exact the seaweeds of the adjacent waters. The
she afterwards proceeded in about iongi- information is transmitted as to the vari-: Pringlea Antiscorbutiea (or Kerguelen's
hade 00 east), until she 'was far within ous degrees of heat at different depths. Land Cabbage) and the Bo lax of the
the Antarctic Circle.
After the commence- The lateral pressure of the water at anv Falkland Islands cover large and drearv
aanat ot her voyage she remained for some great depth is something enormous ; in tractx The Kerguelen's Land cabbage,
dredgmg the bottom of the sea off proof of which the visitor is shown a deep- now pretty well known, was much used,
the coast of Portugal; next she visited sea water bottle and a strong cylindrical as a dinner vegetable, by the men of the
the Azores and the Cape de Verde Is- thermometer-case so forcibly crushed in at Challenger. This curious provision of
' -. : ts: :':': : ; :' tr.. si :es as to bo rer.d.:vi -itterlv useKss. nature for the benefit of nautical visitors.
Africa: and then she commenced her The glass of the thermometer that was in has been cleverly photographed by one of
j "surveys'" so to speak of the North it when so injured was smashed to powder. ! the party, and so, too, have Christmas
and South Atlantic, making her "sections" j Besides the considerations suggested by Harbor, and the Royal Sound, together
, ot the same, and examining the ocean in the above-mentioned apparatus, the visi- j with hills, rocks, and other isolated pieces
' all the different respects above specified, tor to the Challenger finds much food for of scenery, The Challenger visitors found
She visited likewise severaLf thediSer- j thought in the laboratory, where Dr. Bu- lots of wild ducks, but no land animals
ent islands of the West Indies, and the chacxn analyzes the water drawn out of except rats and mice, apparently escaped
seas that surround them, taking in her the ocean depths. Small as is this scien- trom whaling ships. There is a sort of
j subsequent zigzag onward path the Bra- tific workshop, it is supplied with everv settlement on the banks of the Roval
aapc- Island of; appliance for use; many ot these applian- Sound just a few poor huts. These are lilttjllS;, Mitttillf, )IilUill !
1 unoer tae nne,f Ute tsotatt-i ces navmg oeen obviously made by the occasionally tenanted by the crews of
grasp of Tristan d'Acanha, and other analyzer as they were wanted. Intheaf- three whalers who hang about the island.
: : -: - ' I ter part of the quarter-deck above there is The Royal Sound is a large, magnificent
Cape, the Challenger at length stood far a taxidermm's shop. The apparatus for . land-locked harbor, with deep water, af-
away to the southward, and gained (as throwing the trawl, Ac, seems to be usu- fording a splen'did anchorage. Alba-
w- : already intimated an extreme ally kept on the platform near the donkey trosses abound, and make their nests upon
I oaw within the Antarctic Circle, further engine. There are many other scientific this "no man's land," with perfect impu-
south than anv ship has ever reached be- appliances, such as the "accumulator," nity, manifesting here and elsewhere that
fore. In winning her way to this remote fce.: but what has been already mentioned Lameness and disregard of the presence of
j rnB the Challenger had to pass the will doubtless be deemed sufficient. man which (according to Cowper) was so
- - 'S-. : :' ::; : I:, tl.c Loatiy tr.ted b-rxes with stop- "shocking" to Selkirk on the island ot
amid the pack, or fields of loose ice 1 pered bottles, all carefully labeled, the ; Joan Fernandez. The sight of these birds
h -.L.-.-tut-.rt.i very cai weather clever little cicerone adverted to shows the on their island cests lends, nevertheless, a
f and courage alone taking tae ship I visitor manv of the principal thins which quaint life and animation to the photo-
saie an lineal oat ot an tae Hingeti that ; have been discovered and preserved. All ' graphs taken of this region. Inthesid.s 03n rfanCISCD. B6W Tfirk anil.Fn? anil
U i. . . . . "
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. A:c. &c.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards,
Doors, R. P. lmo., 2mo., & Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLASS.
Wall Paper and Border.
Xo LaU Vnrivly,
PAINTS. OILS. TURPENTINE. VIRNISH.
Palat aad Whitewash llrn.hr..
Sash Weights Line.
A I PUULOA SALT, ETC.. ETC
GOODS OELIVEREO III TOWN FREE OF CH1RGE.
r Al mmj Port la tbi. HI
WILDER 6l CO.,
3m Corner Furl and Qtutm SkrmL
Good lor Chlrkra Fml, Ac c.
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Best duality
Out op If rvqalr-HL
J IV I. DOWNCTT,
I H ?m OwrrT Qafn and Fort Strvta-
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
CASTLE & COOKE'S!
1W GO!, If EDI!
STEAMER CYPHREDiES !
THE I PARALLELED sarrp.i wkrr
vr bmI pUi it of mil olAar Liaisrcau.
or Any vthor kind of MoUiciao .r ul for thm mmf of
Sciati-a, Chronic or InJUunmatory Rheu
matism, X-nraliia, Kidney an, I Spi-
mU Complaints, Lame Back, Sort
Throat, C 'ramp. Toothache,
Sprain and Burnt.
WhereTer Bithop SoaU', Lioiaitat i Inn, tho
Petpl K'',Mt if hhrtiitrt, l$ TftlM M MliBAl4
hj tbot h i bar a l il tt from $. to II.V00 pmr
bottl. Tho fotlowibr sro ft row itral wbteh oat
eon to at, and in of Uilj oeoaiif :
A aao borrowod a part of a botltoof BiaAo, 8lr"i
t Liaimoot of bit aotrbbor. for iuimo-liat OM. A faw
t dajt aflnr. ba boagbc tbroo '.area bottlaa. lofal mmj a
fall botilo for tb obo borrowod. aad told bia i
mat af woaid sol ba witbnutlliop Siula I
ia bia boaaa if it eoit tZiO par bottla. Aaotbar. wao
! bad fosorad twalra jrcar, from a laaaa kaaA, waa aaai
with BUhop Soala', Liniarat, aad aaid it waa w-.rta
11,000 par bottla. Aautbar, who bad tataiwi mmnj
jean from latBraaai, to that ba ooald twt walk wtth
out cratebat, write, that ba it earad by aara( Biahop
Soala't Liaiaaol, aad tart that row raawat arattt it
in atyify. Anothar. who had faffart 1 froai i
four joart. aodeoald
Coatittinf ia Part of
ji'tif waa, taaiHii aria a w2
r kraaa (uilu, t tjt tar aait.
NEW GOODS :
Just SceiTe4 by
ATONG & ACHTJCK,
Xe5 Cic;;i:r T
liM Tea. Bak Tea.
Cfciza Ha.-. V:;. z "
T- rt a . ,
rZXUCHXS ALCOEOL " IrorrtTare,
?riA- -l are, Lacqutrtu w are,
Ctiaa Ware. Cacras SaVaea,
v- - C tavi Bavaaf,
Fwrr Pots. Wrappiaar Paper,
WW L .- . DrWi Dau,
Goiai A Stlvn- Jeareirr,
Tar: . - .v CrTf-Al J--. -v
at Laos Pat r Hats,
--- a a. : - : -. i a M - -
Caawt Aaatri fana
U or ;:c ert ircsnii hw. The Chal- ' these chieflr the livinr thin"s of thp of a rockv elevation at Christrn.-u Harbor.
laaaaaaa- aA Ata 1 ? i . L ... 3 a r . .r i i . aa A
-w a mm awauaacatj . iii i aw layam arg Drw aO ine eTe of sci- aiuuer a uisr in ternary oasaii. r releasor .HOSKEVG UE.M1I
C0"Bt, dose to tk spot where Com- j ence ; for it most be remembered the fan- Thomson saw the franks of large trees em- i Pint aad m, . . Tickiajt,
moiore Wilkes insenbed the shadowy na of the sea almost ererv where and es- bedded in the earth, proving that the cli- i"''!, Bn.' m': Ama,kn BM
fiauts of his -Teraucauon Land " in the pecially in this pan of the' world is, after male of Kergnelen's Land mnst once have WWU PUWM,hwl ff
ert " Uited States Eipaoring tbe first 40 fathoms, wholly nnknown. been Very dltferent from what it Is at prea- i Oat Cam of taota Sapanor 0. B. Blaaahad Catloai.
Exrditioa, bat tbey saw no sign of any One peculiarity observed by the learned ent. He observed also little beds of coal ALSO
am waa. ab uw prosecauon ot ntr rro lessor laoauoe ts remarfcablv inter- throughout the island. The men ate the Downer's Kerosene
V. "' 1-. : " : ' ' ' -: - - . - a j- ..: number Kergnelen'a Land rihhagi ha !, I-.-. FROM BOilox. ALaO,
w nope aao daHFaoa, lae .naueager of tbe deepea aramais in the ocean depths but not, we are happy to learn, from ne
Titited aaaay poittU of tpecaai interest in of the sonth are Uentical with the fauna j cessity, as there was not the slightest
taw? Great Indian Ocean, such as Kergtte- toand in the deep waters of the northern sism of scurvy manifested amongst them,
lens Lied, or the Island of Desolation, j heniispfre. The lower waters of the ; Before we proceed briefly to" describe
Toaac aad MaedoaaM Laaadu- Ifmilcf sotathern Ocean ali run, it seems, toward some of the many specimens of deep sea
yet farther to the soaaa of that lone: v and thenorth,andUis tinder enrrent through j fauna discovered by the Challenger dur
fr"1" 1oB- Of ail tbe places vested the action of the sun's rays on the surface ' ing the voyage thus far, a glance at some
irom the orange groves of St. IGcfcaeTs j of tbe ocean is constantly going on. ; of the other out-of-the-way places visited
l: K-.-j-, TPr.;.fessc.-f:3r..i ac:xi:':::e ia'ieej- l-y her lsi- Ker-tse'.en's Lird may
Lacd excefieat Photographs have bees j sea soondings, far away in tbe cold dark not be unacceptable to many of oar read
- WMllaylj ial filial jag aaj ntm wOam tt A.-.:ir Circle. In- em And fr-:. we may observe that in
" T- principal interest, how- j deed, some of the richest hauls taken dur- the Southern Ocean they visited the is-
evearta tia.tiray in it strange aad lug the whole vovage were eot off the land known as St. Paui s near Amster-
rat 1 aaj.
dam, on which there is not one particle of
vegetation of any kind. Photographs of
a an Caaba Fwaa Sfcaara.
ctuttT yotthfal natanffat
i A -.
i a c 1 1
Piiiial iPff.tto aajeaatawfrjayaf Bay
tT-eA-Baary-aatae Tlllirabl Ifaaaii.
iisa. mi kceiveb pqumn! SIGAI MAT BAGS -S5Hi!SHt5
r. T. LEI En ah a CO.
a Grrai Tavricww at
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
T" MaStXaV CO aaaaaaw j rr
M,,iW rf drawn Toung and Macdonald Islands, 300 miles
apby tW aifMurataa of Beaeaee oat of tfee! .oath of Kergueleu'. Land- More utterly
tarfcas of tae ocea. AU of these are j desolate spots than "Young Island" and this strange and unearthly soot bear an
aeary aad so varied and so woderfal as to its frozen neighbors, Macdonald Island amusing resemblance to large photographs
ia. the spectator with adaarraraoa aad as-, ard Meyer Island, it is scarcely possible to of some of the scenery of the moon. Prior
: ries sfsei are lati- i-aglne. Ke" .eler.'s LiL i was felt tobe to calling at tbe other St. Paul'-, in the
-: - :- in .r a -ively rlace afterwards, by : Atlantic, they ha.1 visited the Bermudas,
aatfic objects, have been mounted with narison. The two islands visited arecov- aad the Virgin Islands in the West Indies.
There is on board a
to be sees, hs place is occupied by masses stop to speak. On her way down to tbe
of volcanic mud. It was near these two Cape the Challenger visited the Tristan
islands that tbe Challenger got into dim- i dT Acunha Group. This is a singularly is-
cakiea, aad fought her way bravely out of i olated group of three islands in the South
Atlantic, tbe largest and moat northerly
Kerguelen's ; named after Tristan d Acunha, the
Portuguese discoverer. Tristan d'Acunha
is about twenty miles in circuit, and lies
in latitude 3:6 South, and longitude 12:2
We&t. It is described as a huge mass of
rock, is the form of a truncated cone, ris
ing abruptly from the sea, and reaching
(at an angle of 45 degrees) to the height
of 3000 feet. It is stated that this rocky
mass is capped by a dome 5000 feet in
height, ob the summit of which is an ex
tinct crater, about one mil in circumfer-
Gardea aad Plaatatisa Boat, So. 1 aad 1
C. 5. SBadat, Shoxlt. Seooai and Rat..
Handled Axat. Ilatehtu wMagDag aad Aza pattarn
Ria Knob Lockl, Chart aad Padlaefca. Aa.
Cloth Pint. Raw Hidat, Bath Cordi. Sand Papar,
Saab Cord. Sriogei, Maeilaca, Horaa Cardt,
Sledget. Cham per,. Hon Xailt aad Shoa Iak,
T Hiajta i to 14 ia.. riaaed Taeia I to H ia.
W. W., Paint. Shoo, Sernb and Tarniab Bnubu,
Self Heat Iront, Maaoa't Blaakiar,
Cora Starab. Whilinj, Metallic Paint,
;now Wbiu Ziae, Eaalm Brooat, Patty,
A Larra Aaaortacat of Caiauayt, Common, Hipper,
Saa, Ptrxini A Howe, Ac.
LxnUrni , Ear&aaa Wiekj, Ac.
A few i-.x5 of tha beat Patant Glaaa Praaarrias J".
Per Jane A. Falkinburg.
Oreta br.'.i Apple.
The Challenger Tithed
C.lialai. ia iaa.au!
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tl lxji 7Staar " alTf, raL"l!l!Ia. La mViSUtffl''
abwrraakaa. a kk Aaar : a, a Ttwaaaa. Jtnn, mi St C.-acr. TV- TbSa tal-
1 aad 2 lb. tiat.
Also, on hand,
Pari, Earle 2 aad it, aad Clippwr Plowt,
Caltiraton, Horea Hoa. Caaal Barrswi,
Can Kairct, Seytha aad SaaJtaa, A.
Cat XaBa id U Sod, Cat Spiktt S to S in-b.
rilaaEoaad Satn, Flat aad f-Roaad, to 18 ia.
A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints I Oils
5taMa-:ia. lwxia. taxla. dkc,
A Large Asst. tf other Cioods,
vhicb will be
So Id at LO-C17 llatca
CASTLE & COOKE.
Canned Xeata, Fruits and Vegetable.
A FULL -oki HIM OF THE
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BOLL R8 A CO.
l- ,u!,l t.tn, r.i tf. Ai.lhit 'nea.lt.
wherater ha weal, adeiaod bia to aa Bithop Soala't
binnneoi. lie aad heard it to aaaj timet, ttat a
had rot oat of patiene with them, aad wald hay a
bottle, aad trj it. bat ha knew it wvalw aot 4 bia
aj food : aad whenatcr any oaa iter roc j mat en led
it to bia araia ha woald tall thwa ba had aaad it. aad
it wa ao bUr than an j thin alt. Well, a bouiht
oaa bottU ; toon tiler, two bottla aaar. H wa
eompletalj eared of hie rheamatitm. aad althavfh a
u aot a nwler ia awdieia. bt hat boa(ht at aa aad
told orta-tii aaia iootee. Aao I ber aaaa ear i "I
thank 0 d, and Bithop .s-.ole't Liaimact. that ofter
foar Jean tafariag froa Sciatica, I aa a wall aaa
at;ia." Aaothar, "Buhop SoaU'i Liaiaat bat aot
oalj tared aaa froa treat daaj of aaSna. hat ha
alto tatd my Ufa, Tow oaghl to proclaim it to lb
world, aad let the people kaow that jam hat gat
t .me'.binr that will n aaraaa." fl i faat ahat
! the popl will not Lehete it." Cwtvat n m "Taa
! raorLa will aaLtaea it thej eaa't help it, hat It a
JO' Jatj la tail theo, whether tbej htlaea or aot. "
' Aa.tnar tajt, "I had trad phjiicl aad alatrt
j eTery thine t aad eoeld ret ao reiaW : my tmm was
pronoanccu incorabla. bat Buhop Soala't fhilaaal
waireconmended to aa 1 trid it. aadittaaaiaul
, cared a. To oacht t 11 trtrrbodr kaow what
I Bithop Sal'i Liniment will do ; it it th bt thai
ia aa woria. A nuttier. "J and a rerf aeteraattaek
of teiatiea ; wa aader my pbjiiciaa't care for a bang
time, withoat anj beaeSt. I Snail at ted Dr. .
prominent pbiieiaa. if ha eoaJd art wa. B aaid
ha tboacht ha eoald. I told hia I woald pat taj time
araiatt hit ; if ha - ire 1 au I woald fir hia SM. if
not eared, wa ware to ait area. Ba triad It. aad
fiaall? rate me up at iaewrabl. I than triad "'ilia
ral'i Liniment, aad ia lit weht wa eatlreir eared.
waa, in wo met to fit to ay Itaaaaa,'
t aaa ttrj at r ere attack of teiai
) phTtaeian'i care for aoath ; my leg had
aimoitBKk-1. Mr vhTiKua faall told aaa
sot help nt. aad adrid m to ata Buhop ITiall'l
Liniment, a ha had hear i of ramarkabaa ara T it
I triad it, aad aa complete! cared ttj it. at7 partal
ciaa tajn it u a ,adrfui medwm. ' Aaolhw. Mr
wite aad baaa aaalaad to bar had for a leaf tia. with
piaal eomplaint. The phrtieiaa ooald aot help bv.
Oae aeaantf a ladjr fratnd call to re my ww. aad
aid. 'I hat been jwit jo are; Lb lutir toU
aot help aa : J tha ad BUhop Soal't Laa.tseat.
aad it eompletelr eared aa.' She tdeiaad me to try
it. I boafht three large bott!, aaad aothiag elte.
and ia tit waak my win waa aa wait a rear."
A a other. "I hare .off. red far yaw froa a iai 1 lit ;
bar worn pi aetata for leaf "at Buhop Soala't
Liiaat we iaaadd to a ; I aaad it. aad ay
tack u a rtroag a trtr." Aaathar, "t hat. wet
a treat taSerer froa oenralfia. Beahep Soala't Lia-
a. Whil I aa wriliaa thi. hall
froa Xtw Tori Stat aad aaa
lb airbatl tarsi of Button Soaia't Lui..i "
Th font oiaf are daily occwrraare. aadareia Lb
word a ipokea or wntto to at. Did aaaa aires
sa aif hi f a witbo.t lias, hat will ary add
AW Th nnderaifaed AOatTTS aaa ftr itA
eat ia thi city, whieh wfll utsfy the ' lipflut
Bawr CALirotiaiA car aUT-rsi.a
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OF ETERY DESCRirTIOIV