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This Elegant Line of Goods
tej for lepectioo This Wednesday.
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ALSO. PER SAKE ARRIVAL.
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HI All WEI WJUE
the r pea.eeoe teevsel ves
Warcte. Oris. Silver Ware, solid,
uBa4 Jraelrj. .-..
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au oi. tiocrxE foe r rKsnvtv
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PARLOR ORGANS !
PER SHIP CEYLON.
NEW JUBILEE ORC AN.
M AT F A SICK ITlil-
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Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
CASTLE & COOKE'S I
HI G0H. SEW IK!
STEAMER CYPHRENES !
11x0 PmoBt Xix.i.on
Carpet Bags, dec,
Ever Seen in this City!
O -'rTIM. Of
lefties KiTttec Stc Leatier Trunka.
I a4ic-a- Bc-idl. Ualkfr Tr..L.,
i'mw -' a&ai Ssna-?i Truis.
eaa'as jE-t; Lmjdkrr Ccmrtd
Looses Sijtt R - 7-Aa.
Gf-: EiTt'd Sole Leather Trunks
w BU,earei Irrik Imknlrmikt.
I. I.-.:!'! r Dressiiig Cases.
aw ani aorr
Sao Francisco. Kew York and England,
CASTLE t COOKE,
A. W. PEIRCE 5l CO.
Offer for Sale
VIaLE WITS MO BOAT STOCI.
Flour cfc Bread !
Lime and Cement,
It stctwr rraa $u Prtscfect,
Potatoes, Onions, dec.
Perry Ban," Faiakfller,
Pnlaa Bait Works
Columbia Rrver Salmon !
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a Pi i asi
am i ati a ux
Ores oh Leaf Lard.
q ia cawai ataaum raxarrx
l'. s,itias; is Part af
loskt At; di m as.
Fie aJ Mc-iiea. Twkisp.
AiMk Be. DcOW. AA( Bias Drill.
Tim ui Median im Fltaaals.
On Cm of thaec Sapanor u. B. BmmM C aliens.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
uardc wl Ftaatatioa Hw. No- I and I : Mattock,
C. 5. F,a,i. 6 a. .i, . :..,, and Rat .
headed Aim. Hatcects Skiardaf aad Ai patten
K a Km4 lcee CbM ami radiants. Ae.
CWtbcc Pica. Ree Hiaee. Seak CvnU. Saed Paper.
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aaaaa, Caaaatra. hcm n... int.
T Uiarc 5 U 1 1 U-. T.aeed TkU-I U Urn.
W a" . Peku iij. Se-t aod Yeraisa linnaes,
.o.'HMt ttm. Halve , B!kit.
I O Skura. Wkitw(. MttatHc Pmist.
!:: tar. Euun Bwci. Ptti.
A Urf iwun: tt Cbiu;,. CoatK.a. Ctipr.
S. Vfi A Ac.
LMtri!, Err Wck). Ac.
A ft Aim -' tk M Puat liUa rVmrrivf Jar,.
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Ortfva Pnri Appikc. Orgu Has,
I mi S.'aa, I uJ : Ik. tiaj.
Also, on hand,
ParW. KacW 2ad !. mm 0ppr Pkin.
Caluiawrt. Barw Bw. Cat,: Barraw,,
Caa Hair,. StTtka, aa4 Saailk,. Ac.
Cat Xui U w (M, Cat 5;iki i to S tack.
Fuac &ai Sura. FUt aal i-fiWaaa, (uliit
A LAKOE ASSOKTVEXT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & Oils
t.la vIO. 10x12. 14xl.Jkc.
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A Larf AissC of other Goods.
WHICH WILL EE
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TH E I M)l JLNl,.EI HAS ON HAM)
C. R. SALMON BELLIES
EXTRA NO. I,
Ia 13 I S lb. kiltta. 9 lb. Klua ajaa 34 Ik.
Paii wcarat. taurwaralr aaM. waxraotad to irrp nmt
FIXES FAB BELOW UlTHilfi OF THE UU
BBLS. COLUMBIA RITES SALMON I
SEASON 1876. No. I ,
a Ua. Eaca mt cajaalU LOW MKIS :
ALK) A FIT a Attain
C. B. SALMON BACKS
1 EXTRA. sFlMX 1973.
Tw iaavoaaTwl paaamaaw tctk aU SS. aVLtO
A FEW B6LS. C. R.SALMON
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SEASOK a AT THE LAW PUCE OF
H Barer, an reapccttBOr unaiaaiil w ca aaj ex-
a- Oram (Mn tfe Trad. Oar. aaa T ilia a, (rocraar
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A BKTEP rCsriUFTT. OV THE HiTiniX B5
KXSOCBCaSL PLANTJ-nOcS. BCEN'EKV
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-A- Map, .A. Index.
Prl) l.( O Taj XKABtLY TWO HIS-
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Hhs Ready Valuable Hand-Book,
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Should be in the Possesion
fiery cmt imtrm-itmg to tint tkis Group, or
KtHmg imformctim aiomt ikt Jmkmds.
ft gira jmtt Ike imformctwm ar.orf
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Price sixty Cts.
Maawatai at 17 parts af taa UaUvtl SCaaca or Baraae
For 75ctf ., Full Postage Prepaid.
ADD BESS :
E BL HI I VET. TTiaaarta,
VHJTB AllOA M
25,000 China Bricks.
Crat. aad far aatt mj
Kar at. UTA
aOLXJO A 00
W01MLI5E HOCtELIM &SIZIS6, KAI
L:55 Ac. Far aala mj
BOLLIE A CO,
AS IKPPK!llaNT JOl ASAl,
PEYOTFP TO HAWAIIAN PROfiRKSS.
Oratkl mt .mvuadrr MorrL. Ike
Her T late lwiaarrlaata1 "
Ttjere vai t litll iten: rata, tsJcrapaif tw
racMtlT taat oacat to b aoaica to lovw to
kaif-aaat erarr tit from tb Atlantic to tka (V
cil ; tkat oaxkl to (mow a pang- at aorro lo f -
arc haart in lb taaj. OoMBAoJar 0. M. Morri,
i, JrJ Tk man vho rar lo hi, coactry aa
laatpl of Jerouoa aopafaitaM aaa Baaa the
ocU a c iJca of American ciliieoihip Bat
BBBBBl ni H aaa io coaoMtki oi lb Cmmw
icruiatf t that aMDOratr Jar vt,o law JaVrt-
aaoc. calioi t-r tkc CvofcOVra! the I trytioa.
apfwmi in Uanptoa Roodv Hi shif likBthk
tirtitn ehmial to lk ,takr. waa karj afroaotl
na IB piaiaJ aotutrr drew oar aJ Joao3
eJ iu arraoor. Tkc JeaunJ was anwcr,J be
a broaiaiJc. an J wkra. rent from Jack lo krcl
aaa But tettlin down, tb, dmaod vat r,ovd.
itb a Ikrral UaI if not ooaipiaaj an lb lb. Cm.
aaraaaaf BaaaH ba aaob. Uomi ancacrad back I
.' Sick awa r and. a baa ton) ibrvof h and throuch
bj the iron moaatar, tba braca old ,aip waat
don; with A fail bruadaid aba roared droaoca
at aaea lo tba fo and to daalb. It wat tbe
Tblaiiiij'i of tba aaa. tba graaJeat ptctara ,cr
paictaJ on tb, faca of tba deep, and tbe wrack
that Ucrc Milled bee call lb, ware, wa tbe
looat p;ecdid Ibat erer old ocean enatolfed.
O tbsai Oaa4riaa : tkc WUuw
r ' WAjr. acb vrcca y fmi t ;
. ca mmm ' aaa, ptv
Wa fair a briJa t,i n I.
lorh, went down witb bU abip. bat ku life
wtti Mfrd. and oow, after a dosen rear,, amid tbe
calm of peace and where no murmur of fobbing
tana could break upon hi ear, be ha died. Ilia
memoir will not be honored in th; eeaeralioo a
desernw. bat hL i a f lory that will enlarge
throoju ibe jwara. antil at but. io tbe imagiaa
tiaaa of men. be will be pictured at a Jeini god.
one of tbose Ti liana wbo lirad in the earlier
world, who loTed nolhiag o well as hia oatic,
Uod. who feared nothing but dishonor. But thi
gvseratioa aboald not let hi death go annoticed.
Soaat Bag ehoald be draped ; tome funeral byinaa
cbaaled ; aois, aolean proceaaioo, (hoald be
formed. acJ gun fired in solemn salute to t
daustleii soul shoald echo from that tea where
be fought to ibi otbwr aaa which lace, our West
ens (bore,, tkat tbe yoatb of our natioa might
catch the inapirattoa wbicb filled the sou! of Mor
ris and made hia act, immortal : that the world
might are w, remembered gratefully aud aorow
log If tba barj who stood aaJblime and calm be
neath kt fiig wken warriaa; skip and shot as
sailed Ui:a. and when the uopitytng sea opened its
intiable wares to engulf him. liryinii Etfer
prisr, Amy. It.
wife. I bad euof to do to ataintaia them during
my life, tod la ah are 111 not Uoabk bit bead
about them now 1 aa dead.
My acw and piaja. aad my erncifi x atoac aid ay
bade, ay lihiwc. too baa, and a, aaw book I
la re to F adder Mcl Vn.b. for tboagk b, aqoee-
aa b 1 Bra hard, be, a good enuf aowl at
Mae oak aaplio. ay dog. ay woolen night cap
tad my rator I gic, to htoeat Toby Hooragani
ih beat cratur that erer Jru breath. 1 lace him
also ma good shirt. As lo lb one 1 hare on no w
it is not worth anybody s taking, tad o 1 ktra il
to my wife, that Aa aay bar, aa raaaoa to coov
pbuo. UsSMS TllOLK.
h'ebraary 27, 1T87.
I forgire all tb world ekrept mat wife, and I
I forgir, bar too ; bat it's against ae will, and I do
! it to plaie K adder McOonoogh and kapa m, own
1 sowl oat of purgatory. 1 don't rrely know where
' I shall go to. bat I'm pretty aisy aboat that, as I
got abaolalioa CBBoiogiy to-day aidoal lh
praste's knowia' what 1 had got ia act bad.
i aVtacusscr. I Pa.) Krprems- Pansi, Toolb.
Meudj autd Hauakrj
Mraaarial or Sir John Krunklln.
Tbe London 7uaca of July 31st aay,: " A
ueojxial ia marble of Sir John Franklin, graced
with lines by the t'oet Laureate, will be to-day
ancorered in Westminister Abbey. Intended by
the faithful, toeing widow, who has lately departed
hence, to remind a nation o( tbe heroic dia
corerer whom ske Icred with aose'fih de'olion,
the memorial is now made to tell the story of
that nerer-failing affection, while presenting a
Sttiog picture of lb, Arctic explorer's tif and
death. The sculptured picture stands in what
u oow known as the -Nightingale Chapel,' a
place formerly screened off into three charels
these of St. Andrew. St. Micbael, and St. John
tbe Eranxelxst. It U now called Um 'Nightin
gale' from lii, monument in which Death is
depicted as baring issued from a cellar and in
the act of Casting hi, dart at the figure of A
dying girl. To tbe left is the mooament of the
stately Mrs. Siddoai, sxd tbe walls aboat are
corered by memorials of people who are other
wise forgotten. Tba spot where Franklin'
memorial stAods an oceapied by one to Admiral
Tolly, wbo died of ferer in 1802. This bos been
lightly mored lo allow the mooament of a
brother tailor to stand in company. The new
monument is by Noble, from designs by Sir
Gilbert Scott. Keoeath an elaborate canopy is
what is termed a statuary bast, in Carrara marble,
of tbe explorer, wearing kU medals tod orders
oc kit breast. His (ace has t firm and kindly
expression. The bast bears the one word
-Franklin.' Coder is a marble picture of a ship
bocod in the ice of tbe Arctic regions, bearing
abore it tbe word, :
Ojc frvataaa aval, Oyc ireaas caaw;
Ilia y. cb L. rl ; prate Bin aa, mmcwilj Hia, SjcvcmS
The eje then rest, upon theaa line, :
X bare: tk, vaicc Sjrtfc baa tkj boaca: aad taoa,
tail Saikw-juvL .
Art acasia, am ikia tapaftar varara,
Tovara au carta, aula.
Tbese line, are followed by the name Tenny
aoa.' On the right Aid of the monument is tbe
icscripuoa : " To the memory of Sir John Ertok
Iin. born April IS, 17S6, at SpiUby, Lincolnshire,
died Jane 11. 1647 ofi Point Victory, io tbe
FrLiea Ocean, tba belored chief of the crew
who perished with him in completing the dis
eorery of the Northwest I'sjaaga." On the
other (id tbe legend rocs: 'Tai aaoaaaent
was erected by Jane, hia widow, who, alter long
wailing and tending many ia search of him. her
self departed to find him ia the realm, of Lif,
July 16. 1875, aged eighty -tkree years."
At one of the BMetiiurs. Mr. Moody said some
remarkable incident had occurred in connection
aitk ki, Loodoo Mission. Ons was that of a
man who had coa all the way from Scotland,
lie bad bean reading of the great work going on
in Loodoo in th, vast ball ia which they tire
now a,, cabled. Tkat raaa from th far North
fell that he mast come loo, and ask what he
must do to be tared. II came to the terrices
ibat hid been held daring th, week, and was so
luipietted witk what he heard, and with the sol
enmity of lb great and impraeair scan, thai h
came to kira and said, " Well, 1 am all right oow.
and hariae; laid hold of the truth. I aa off back
to Scotland again." tic said to tb man. 1K
yoo mean to say that yoa bar, come all tbe way
from Scotland for this purpose alooe V And tba
man replied that be had, that he had now got oat
of tb, fog which had formerly eoretoued him. and
thai he was going back happy. When giring
out the 311 byuia. " Yet there i rooa.' Mr.
Moody said. " ll' a good thing that heaven is
not full, isn't it?" The hymn was beautifully
sung by Mr. Sankey. lor whom it was specially
written by Dr. Horatio, Ronar. Mr. Moody, in
another ot his explanatory speeches, said tbe only
people Ibat thy wanted to aaa in tba luquiry
room were tbose who wanted to become Chris
tians. They did not want those wbo came to tr-gw-
At a mealing for Toons; men in I. v.'rpo I. Mr.
Moody said : If t man cannot be a lighthouse
be may be a tallow caudle and a tallow candle
gtre t good deal of light where it i, rery dark.
Trior to ibe commencement of the services in
Liverpool, one young man tent out inTilaliont to
all the young men of Iarerpool, and the result
was that at the first meeting ihree-foartbs of the
audience were young an ; and to all human ap
pearance there had been more than a thousand
young men converted in Lirerpool within a few
weeks. It was not for men lo pronounce upon
lb number , God keep ibe record, and be alone
knew wbo are really cooear'.ed . bat between
1.200 and l.oOO young men bare made, a profes
sion of faith. There were yoang men working in
these meeting, in London whose labor, bad been
signally blessed. They were living now in Ibe
golden days lor which tbeir fathers had prayed ;
he bad aarer expected to sea such a relorinatiou
among youog meo. No one coald reach young
men as young man coald. and wherever they bad
found Christian young men willing to speak to
others, they had been successful. The-e were
sufficient in that ball to more the four million in
London if each one present woald work and
watch for Christ.
" Well, yoa jaat ought to ta, th things
John ! John !" exclaimed tka htaar, shaking
hi, head at the boy across th tab.
John tahtided for a niaaU or two, aad whan
hi mother patted tba eh mm around, , very body
said, ' Thank yon, no." Pretty soon th young
student, desiring lo mollify ki talker atksd :
- Father, did yoa ever look at a toad through
a microscope f"
- I will talk with yoa altar tapper," replied the
parent, (cowling at th boy.
John was rather disappointed at kit failure to
am as eolhasiasa. and jnst as th ttrawbarriM
were being passed around he remarked :
Well, yoa jest ought to look at a tlrwberry
once through tba microscope ' They just look
like wart, they do. and you think yoa tee bag
" Jawn I" said ki mother.
- Boy P warned hi, lather.
- Well, they look war n die beads f protected
the boy, who imagined that Ihey doubled hit
veracity. " for fliaa
Boy - I" said the father, making a motion for
John to hsare the table.
John left, and as toon a It was convenient for
him to do to, the father escorted the lad lo the
wash-room in th, basement, bounced hia around,
aad said :
" My too, gimme ibat microscope, and yon lake
th ax and go oal aad tlady th beauties of that
If Ibat boy continues to feel th aay ha does
at present, ha will become a bank robber instead
of a naturalist.
baddy Mavral trrhlirriarr.
And now comes the statement that th P-ici-fic
Mail Company's new ieahip City of Pe
king, the completion and laanch of which were
attended wilk so much eclat, and to commemo
rate which Ibe company caused a costly tteel en
graving of tb vessel lo be prepared it actually
fulling to piece, through mal construction, and
will have to be repaired at an outlay of nearly
half s million before she wiU be fit lo go to sea
again. Thd original cost i f this (hip was very
great. It waa slated thai no paint bad been
spared to make her stanch and perfect in all re
spects Yet (he has ouly made one voyage to
China, and having eucouotered no serious bad
a nattier, it (aid lo have been in so rickelly a con
dition on her arrival thai no insurance could be
effected on ker for the return trip, and she was
not allowed to bring passenger. Here is another
gross c-.se of shoddy lo swell tba already inter
minable list, and whatever the true explanation
may be. il is equally discouraging, for whether
tbe fraud lies with ibe contractor, or Ibe con
tractor' men. or the company it i indifferently
a proof ol commercial dishonesty and immorality.
The dishoneely, moreover, which i evinced in
patting tcerap-work into a pasMnger steamer des
tined for ocean travel, is more than commonly
abominable and infamous. The contractor who
subsumes iron bolts for copper ; half bolts for
whole ones; Hawed plate for sound ones; wbo
employ patty, and while lead and paint to hide
defects ; who inserts wooden peg where long tree
nail are demanded ; and who cheat and plays
false al every tarn, is always a construct iv, nur
derer at well at a (windier. He knowt perfectly
well that the want of one iron boll in tbe vessel's
side may lead to her foundering at soa with all
bands ; yet though be tares perhap only a lew
cents by the fraud be will nevertheless abstract
that bolt. It appears to as that this kind of
swindling is infinitely worse than ikst with which
the slock market has familiarised as, and that a
tall gallows and a abort thrift would be none too
sever-' A sentence, upon conviction. .S,i. Union.
Coa of the Frcach Araty.
Tbe Pari, correspondent of Tkt Pall Mall
G ufU write, : In a few days tbe Assembly
will be called upon to vole ibe war estimatea for
neit year, and tbe amouol demanded by tbe War
Minister i, formidable indeed it exceed A20.
000,000. The organ of M. Oambetta, alluding
to this matter, cannot belp expressing il, as 'on
isbmenl tt the vast iam lo be laid not annually
in unproductive expenditure, and round y de
clare, that these excessive estimates will become,
sooner or later inarceptable. Io 1670 the esti
mates amoaoted to 397.000.000 Ira oca for aa ef
fective force of 400,000 meo. lo 1872, after
the war, 450000.000 franca were demanded for
464.000 men; in 1873, 440 000 000 franca for
454.000 meo; in 1874. 471.000 000 franc for
444.000,000, meo ; lor 1675. 494.000.000 francs
fur 442.000 men: and for next year the cam of safe a moment in tbe farm-boute
A Mtroraix Uktsea Joseph Hthn, who
live, some three or four mile west of Marine
City, bat been for tome time engaged in linking
an artesian well. The auger had penetrated to a
depth of 125 (eel, when aa an air or gas chamber
was reached. Then oecarred a phenomenon
which tbe bystander will not be likely soon to
forget. In the twinkling of ao eye. npon tbe re
moval of the anger, the wooden tubing shot out
of tke well like a stone driven from a calapalt,
followed by a Tolume of gas. water, gravel and
mad that rose foil 200 feel into the air, while the
trembling earth, the roaring torrent, and tbe de
scending debris made Mr. Hahn and hi co-laborers
think they bad struck tbe regions infernal.
Stone weighing from ten to twenty pound, were
projected into the air, and some of tbem fell
crashing through tbe roof of Mr. Hahn s house
near by ; in fact, the family were obliged lo seek
shelter at a neighbor a. for human life was not
In tbe uetgh-
Aj Original Irish WIU.
Peter G. Eberman is going lb rough tbe old
wills io th Register s office, patting tbem ia order
etc. ted among other discovered one that was
written by a aaa who committed tuic.de in tbe
Sasqsehaiiaa, at Colombia, more than one ban
died yean ago. bat which was never probated.
We give portion of the will below, copied ver
Tba, will be found after my Delh if they look
sharp. Aa I aoe tbe people that aaa foand my
carta, it car. aboat tba muter of my data,
sriefa is ttaalhteg oat of tbe way. Ill tr.ee tbem
aol the atafactioa ia arpowar aboat it, a I noe
tbe hole Bulbar from beginning to end wick is
me own misfortune, that I married a ernes wo
man tkat is never pitied bat wtm aba 'a texio' atee
aad tpheodiog me Mbstanee, whereby I have been '
reduced to great tkifU u well the world know
ted F adder McDoooegh ia parucokr. It aay be
reported, as ibe world it greatly given to lying,
that I died by accident , but theft a mistake, for
I Ihrowed eseeelf into tke river a Wednesday
evening, being tired of the world and f relied out
af aw Git ; mat at tba hula that a left of ate aab
etance il aa oca. I hop there will be bo quar
reling aboat mj dupoting of it ia the following
500 037 115 franc will be asked for 440 767 men
and 106.791 horses. The infantry will be repre
sented by 251.000 men. while Germany will have
269.000. and the cooseqaer.ee is that in ten years'
lime tbe latter power will bare 380000 more
trained soldiers than France. Nor can the
French effective be well compared to that of
Germany, since it includes tbe gendarme, the
Republican Guard, and the troop in Algeria,
Senegal, etc. An attempt was made a abort
time ago to reduce Ibe staff, bat vested interests
proved loo strong for tbe reformers. Il is to bo
teen by the estimate that tbe unemployed offi
cers Marshals, General of Division, sod Brig
ade, and officers not in command of troops draw
94.000.000 francs a year. The 251,000 foot sol
dier cost 111.000 000 franc; 65,000 cavalry.
136 000 000 franc: the 56.000 artilleryaeo, 32 -000.000
francs. It it all very well for the organ
of M. Gambetta to insist on tba strictest econo
my. That paper ia forced to admit that abal
tern officer are unpaid, and that tbeir position
should be improved. The officers, especially in
Ibe infantry, have anidoca soy private means to
ipetk of, and tbeir pay does not etraMe them to
cat taeh a figure in garrison towns aa bagmen.
Their slender pay it a aoerce of continual humilia
tion which is not conductive lo respect and dit
eipiraa on th port of their inferiors. It ia io
tistad First Captain aboald receive tt least 400
franc, or 16 a month ; Second Cspttiot 300
franc ; and Lieatenant, aod Sub-lieutenants.
250 francs and 200 francs respectively.
borbood of Mr. Hahn farm a alone, huge or
imall, was rarely foond, but now tbey can be tak
en away by the cart-load. Tbe heavy log chain
binding tbe derrick was eat by the Bring missile
into doxso of piece,, and ooe of tbe timbers
was blown away as by the breath of a cyclone.
Tbe discharge of mod and water soon began to
overflow the field, and bear rain npon tbe poor
man' crop, ; it waa as if a waterspout bad burst
aad tbe flood of heaven let loose. For eight or ten
hours thi extraordinary welt kept emitting mod,
water, gas and stones ; all a round, on field, barn
and bouM had settled a leaden hue ; the corn wtt
broken off and uprooted by the flood : the boose
and barn were riddled by falling alone,; destroc
tioo was visible on every lide. Il was then no
ticed that the subterranean monster was pretty
well blown, aad. though it aiill seat Bp a foriooi
howling, the force was spent. Tt is estimated
that tomeefgbt hundred cable yards of clay and
boulder, were cast oat of th, well. Hundred
have been aot lo see it, sad hundreds more will
probably go. The damage to Mr Haha's prop
erty is very great. Marine CUy (Mick.) Galeae.
Soictdb at a Picaia Tba pilots of Hellgate
and Long Island Sound gave a clam-bake at City
Island Aug. 31st, to the Congressmen and other
ditingoibed persons (pending the Summer on
tbe sound. Among tbe company were Signor
Yianni , said to be a member of tbe (site of Count
Seeing Corti, the Ittlito Minister to W'atbingtoo. Af-
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW GOODS !
.1 IS TP RECEIVED!
Ex "Clara M," (tMary Belle Roberts," and "CeyktC
Household Furnishing Goods, Namely,
the way in which oaVara
it woald be only bur to i
not exorbitant manner.
tbeir pay in s
There aay b in my breeches Docket, a I pet
there aB I bad, aboat tometking lea than half a
paaaa ia karmad jiifer.ee aad aateaatfpaace;
givs that to little Doily McGicr-it.
Peter Doyl makes ae pay loo mack for me cab
bio aad title bit of potato ground, bat I mad it
answer by ebaiew tba parson sad ooe way aad
toddsT ; ao lava it to ay yosngest too, Robin, Ea
eaawt I love ma bather thaa Coraey. A for
Coraey mzi hit madder, they'll provide for ibaav
Twwlta aad Sclcacc.
M Quad relate lass : Tba other daya Detroit
father purchased a microscope for hit too, a boy
of 10, palled the Lad on the shoo List, and aaid to
- My tea, tak tail microscope, tad go oast aod
atady the foeaatia of aatare."
Tba boy left all other aaateaeats for ibat,
aad ha took tack great interest, tnd imprjaad to
rapidly, that st the tea table, to which atreral
visitors tat down with tbe family, be felt that he
aaaat atkrrri reaaarka. Taraiotj to ana of the
ladies be inquired :
- Did yoa ever took at eheae through t micro
" I don't tbiak I era dad," tbe piaauoUy replied-
tar tba clam-bake the company enjoyed them
selves in staking speeches aod lingiog ongt.
Dr. Doremui announced that Sigaor Yiaooi woakl
give a recitation in imitation ol Jtoelori. Vianni
took kit position ia tke centre of tbe group, and
began hia performance. Hit voice was clear aad
well coa trolled, and hi, gticoaUaa were highly
dramatic. Aa he proceeded, his limbs aeemed
to quiver with passion, wbtfe the expression of
hi face waa stAitling. He finished with the ex
clamation, in Italian, God wbo judges all, will
judge lias." Be then look s pistol from the
pocket of hi coat, and pacing it lo hit temple,
fired. He fell partly on hi, face, perfectly mo
tionless, aod applause commenced, when Dr. Do
reran, rushed forward, exclaiming, Ha i killed!"
Many al Bret thowghl this was a part of the en
tertainment, bat oa lifting the body, tbe horrible
troth became manifest Vianni lived for half aa
boor, but never spoke. N o cause wtt ascertained
for tbe terrible set
SrauMM Onw mm ra,
MB. lraa,sc laUeaAM. nailll lessfae.
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rw fSalia, III I aa, t-at. Beaca.
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rncicJ raaa. Waa sat Brcaaaaaaa,
TWM aace. twt aaaka, tww a i Inn
rwSMfaw rat Bate raaa.
Coffee Mills, Something ifew!
(eaaB I iiq " ii tar taaaas , raw,
tafabor flaw. Writ laitaaaa.
l.catB.r 1 1 Jaat Alalia,
Lac L . nerd Btasa,
Downer's Kerosene Oil!
Treat, I raaa (Ah
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nattu.ni aa 4 I
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Ox Bswcs, Uardca Ucae. Palcal Bat Trtaa, Ax HaaAIrt,
OrliMl Mimic an nature. Mora aad Hale nbuea, Hone Nail,
Boat Nail,, IMt Nails Wro' Main, thai 11, an. Hual Bivcla
a FtQi Xalxxo oT 13u.llclor-A Urti-dw
falitla. OUa, Vacaianca. TuapenUae. Hraehce, all klaJa, Hreuma. , l-arcal Aalea. Mel aa In,.
Cowman A, lea, St! ami I run. i -arrtarc .tprlara. Bulla, Ac. Ac. Be.
AU thi aboct (iiHxb tmi grtmt many ntor aMsVA tint mmi nxic wiU not ptrmi
un to mention.
Can be had from the Underaigned at satisfactory Prices.
. v " Call attd tMttituut for yourseaW.
an sm DILLINGHAM & Co.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort k Merchant Sta.
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or iii n
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUIPS. FR01 HO 2 TO 6.
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C. BREWER CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
Pox Scurls. CEYTaON
aBwaaSbL aal ' '- uvkv
Just Arrived from Boston.
ahum ci aitiini 1 1..
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BLACK PA 1ST,
Ul'BBS aad P KKS.
Refined Iron, Round and Fist!
Mew Bedrard Pllal Bread la taabt,
Parkac aaaW Soup. II. m, Avea,
Iron lt.il.li Wh.-ltrr....
Lcatber BdUna. Bleaaaaaa,
Ht.llllOI TlBlailsJaT; !
FENCE wine, Na. 8 A a.
Rubber llotr. I V In..
White ,t Colored Itattan Matting,
matting. Rattan Chairs,
Manila Uope, Peanut Oil,
Nests Camphor Trnnks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hams, Nankin Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivory Ware,
Sandal Wood Ware, Lacquered Ware,
China Ware, Canvas Shoes,
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Flower Pots, Wrapping Paper,
Dried Ligee, Dried Dates,
Gold tfc Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell it Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen ,t Ladies Pity Hats,
China Brick A Side-walk Stones
anioLE AN I. KOCBI.K
SUGAR MAT BAGS
A Ureal Variety at
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Twa nun, crania neeattaaa.
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MX lp Nuuaiiu Utrcct. near Kin,.
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RhMBtia, Neuralgia, Sera, Ulsrs, Iraptions,
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iii 8U00KS. la
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BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Yard and on the Wharf!
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B. H. LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND.
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oss ar OHtaa rasa, aa, a
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Best duality
CBI op If required.
jab. i. Dowarrr,
Ut In Paracr Qatsn saw Fsrttleea
.W Wfst taitliig, Tiakr !
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
Sec. Sec., tkc.
White Cedar and Redwood Shinto.
White Pine Boards.
Doors, R. P. lrno., 2mo., 4 Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLASS,
Wall Paper and Border
In Xaftrg Variair.
PKINTS, OILS, TURPEIT1IE. V1RIISM.
Pniat aad Wkllcwish Bratbes,
9ah Wfiti Lla
A I PUULOA SiLT. ETC..ETC
mis oarvEREo ii towi rm m mm.
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