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lie Followmir Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
fESTOrS CEXTRtRIGU MACHINES.
TCl fLaRIFIEE. 10 aad 500 G.H.
".riiit 11-;i nt SioW
CO-ITS or Hie FaLLOM'IXt. CIEU.UT
La.' iUvrtei Sail LntW Tr:a'.
. pists an-1 qearts
pu ac i ;:.
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Ladies' Stat K. nam Trow.
OitW Tot a, Doll Trunk,.
la IT-: ririetj- and la all Cuban.
! Mi l K v.-:ei ' lj.i-.s-r liar..'.
Ueal'c Eircce-l Eridle Leather Trunk.
Gaat'l Leather Trunk,.
Geot'a Rlreteil Sole Leather Valise:,
0otf R-ucI K4j: Ve5se.
ail's Blask aa.1 Cal .reiiT-arter Valise,.
4est' '. Ccrrtr FaSaaa,
0c:' Bott-JO VaTije?.
Geat' Cartel VaJie,.
Ladies I Chiidren's Manila School Bags
a nunrn use of
Dolls TlX13.l3LS !
TRI XK STRAPS.
JUST TO HAND !
A Eeaatifut Line it
Bart KiaaW, L Irwk YkWa.ee.
BaMtiBa', Inak Vauekee.
Beet Haag.ee; i Pa Eratie.
Qaaiwi Oaafa Bast XanaU'i Brax.iT.
r aai, limi Kaa.
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
lawftKatlc the ceifaUe i
CORK SOLE GAITERS,
ST AILRIC AN WHISKIES! , - - - , -thum
Oiaaaaati'. Earmitaf aaa OJX.
"aaae Baat Paae faarrr.
fnlly Water Pml.
Caej Bast -M Pert,
Qaaaiaa Caaka Pala Ba.u..
vww Caaaw Inam KcataeT.
nan aata sraarti.
s India Pale Ale,
a i tli. i i n : or e- vr.rs or
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Imtm Pake Aia. taa asl caaru.
ava Ce't laAaa Pale Aka, fiati aaa qaarti.
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I kill Kill lar ,
Watebe? la Gold aci SilTer.
Lockeu. Locket aod Xeek Chaia.
Csaulaici, Gef.'i best CbMm and Gaani.
OoM Rifif. DiaaocJ Riagl.
DUaond Braeeletf ,
SUaar i'.rka aad Sfnoaa .
Silaee Cim A. Fua .:.
I SatTar Batker Kn ej.
5 Bear Shells, Ae.
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aa X 4m. ral i afaawlar aaaatit
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Lime and Cement,
-sf This Really Valuable Hand-Book,
Potatoes, Onions, &c. Should te OFe Possession
Ertry om intending It risii this Group, or
teddng inforwuttiou about the Jtitntit.
It jitm jtat tie infermnvm r.j?j
edbf tourists and twuuigranit,
iti!h cutt of
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AN IXaULPKMaKKT JOVKKA1.,
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Mir. nit- l'art ol'ikr IlawaititB 1-1-
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KEKAVA r7T-. fALEl
111! ova. .
; ftwaiiina lb urnon of I'Mef" w (be eimmit-
: te. ai!l : ivvs-a-.'j, bt liio ernt of ttw past
tk b deterrvd. Much titne aill be censanwj
in ike impeachaeat of tho ex-Seerelwr of War.
Inpordnt etitii aicoed bf mereuaols oppoe
in tbe rvpeal of the liankroptcr Act. bare been
paaaeutet ; and a resvliiioo baa Iwn paaaeU,
, reastimt iBfortnatioa i'roia Mr. Jewel!, of iho
1'. 0, Department, io ralatioo to - atraa bids;"
anutber roluion baa tarn passed, rjai.-n
i tbe i'lJieisrr iMtniuiitM in inn-nre into the Nteu
I relative to the fitmui-i snfv-twrglsrlr trial; im- mill. The mtch
. purtant eidetire in be!ieeil W have been discvv is the aasN as
flut water. !nd. finally, Ctvld a?aler t rua Urouv'h
the vati (All all the soluble rostlsr is aareptfiwa.T
and only Ibe Bbntus matrrul remains. Thu s
tlrso pressed to rernoT the water, and ia then
opeoed or S (eased oat " by soitabls naohioery.
uud. after lrv in a blast of hot air, is ready for
packing aaJ export as paper stock. It is readi
ly employed alone, or with other stock.
la naaktnir natrs .it various ntialitiM. The BSO
' onJ material is the fibrous r?iJii ot Ura Ssaae
1 cine. cIio-.iti b nrudnol of the cne-crusbinar
tv employed in tre:ttin ai
that just described. In bulb
sell mornu. on tse conn
coanjel for defendant, eic
beiof; coatrarr to .'aw aod
SI CS C. AV.d faTS DO'
t;ew trral. It bain duS!
tion was in leasou. Uic
tiun for consideratiop io b
Sclka USS e( thr C5vi
: jjj :.: ! i: ay er'.er. .:.
f wnsbt of I
eo ptovin" the roi'jj inspected compiictty or tba instance me st'icu nbaKing ptant must .w
jh olBcisU. Two ether re.-olstionj of imrkirt- ! in ihe ueistihorhood of the rrnwnv' Mat or bant-
ce create a special ciwnmillee to inquire biH for obvious reasons on 'be score of traaawof
betber anv ofS.'Ual ut the l .nerouieut bclpett
ion for a new trial given ou bn late a siai:ar resaKve aeaiuat ibeir c:r
r the rendtltuu ot tbe verdict, ! out of "coin rvceirable. " and iaten-st i
ntaca it . r . ii-.. and by Kate VII..
Mich eiieptiuB must be alleoed io writing si the
ticue Use vei-.iict azceaated to as reoJesed.
lie ocv que-tioo res.'UteJ. is a aether the
nonce of the motion for
moroii'r cext aile
ia saaiiaiiiii li aithui the statute. It is true, as
orped that (his is not a motion whirh is r.ecesja
tilr req jired to be made white the jury were io
aatea hiwrriiWi the lorui of their verviiet was not
objected to. and did not need correction. But it
wuUi Lie a sliaiuiuf vi tbe okrtnai issanuig ot'
a r"jiu ylalute to say tk.tt Jt Lue rsssav meant
the neat day. If tho statute should be ra.ed
so as to let in (bis motion, the next demand may
tie u retix it su.. faHiier so as to iet is a motion
:ad at any lime dirirjr the next day. and fiualiy
tbe statute may lose it sijoiflcince altovther.
Tbs saccawsfil aids has a right to rely not
only upon the assurance jiven him by ia ttiat
the leL days witiaia ahicu exceptioos aruio-t his
verdict or j jigttieot must be perfected commences
to run rroui tbe renitioa ef socn rardick orjadc
meut. bat also opoa the tiw that a!!os him ex-?-catioa.
unless hu aduersary ejeoipts th time.
I he counei for the aeleudint was present at
tbe rsauitioa of tbe verdict and bad sufficient op
portunity to note kts exceptions, and motion
We do no intend to put too rigid a coastruc
ti -n upon our practice statutes, nor would we feel
inclined to disallow an exception wade reaseaably
soon thereafter, tf good cause is shown why an
. 't; o.'ul i not have been taken at tbe time.
Bat the case befere us pre-ents no each features.
1 be t.' jiiri deciia-M to alio the exception,
On. ('. Harris,
A. Ka.ascts Jcoo,
Justices "Supreme Court.
S. B. Dole for defeudaut. A. s. Martwoll fur
Apni 11, lc76.
the defense in the recent !nv trials, either by
cotnmuniculioo of facts, papers or other evidence ;
or bv direct or imlirect iulerfernee with the
sucb mo- , pt.wcutioa ; also a reso utioii aTramine iininuoi' !
ed the que- IT to witnesses who testily oeiorw the investift- I
i tins; c-jmoaittee. The torioer resolution, it is I
rescribes that i thoutrftt, will jrive the Attorney-General some I
ely upon the J trouble, while um latter wiil enable toes exiles j
a .Marsn to returu. tbe ieiuocrutio nuance i
caucus has agreed to report " a bill to provide ;
for the gradual resumption el specie payiuei.'.s." j
It directs the Secretary of the Treasury to ac
cumulate coin to lbs amuoul of three per Cent
each ver: pcovidaai that tba banks shall accuinu
j tioveroaieats ; that lias accumulation shall con
tinue until the reserve in the banks and the
!i'ie-asury amounts lo thirty per cent straio.-t
!eal leaders aud hank notes r and requires this
J to be relaine.1 as a reserve. Tbe act of last year
fixir.u lTl as tLe date u.' rvsuuipttoa. is repeuievl
: tif tbe pceposta bill.
Perry aHtsi PatriilleT,
PunlM Salt Worki
;i"n!n th . r. Alta. itril !!.'
liic:tac .Hull I'ompuuy .Vir.ili'a.
I The delay in the sailing of the City of San 1
Francisco lor Australia and way ports lias natu-
rally given rise to much comment as to the i'acific
' Mail Company's affairs, aad many wild ruuiors '
have been current duriuat the past day or laro.
' I he delay in the saiiiuif U the City of San Kraii-
cUco having occurred at a time when despatches
were rowing across Ibe Coutiueut. indicating
j difficailies iu the Company's New York uffairs. '
it has b.-en sur uised that there was some connec-
! tion in the shape of cause and effect between
i fiese two matters. We understand, however, ,
that this is a mistatceu idea. The temporary
: difficulty that existed m New York has been en
i tirely removed. Jay . a i. who, for some time
past, has held a-large interest in the Company. ,
I became so disiatifiJ with tbe administration of 1
, affairs at tbe head office that he determined upou
; a radical cbauge. To bring this about it became
nece.-sarv that he should tfet u majority of the
; stock in his own name. This he accouipHslied ence . i
the other day by boyinjj out Uosael ?.l;c. l-'roui I'unno. Taint our business to go nosing
that moaientaii "energetic administration of alfors and poking around after scientific truth. We
set in. which has been oe.-ceotiole here in a 1 depend ou thj meter. If that says vou horned
Daring one of the few cold snaps that we hare
had this winter, tte gas meter in Mr. Buller-
' wick's house was fniiea. Mr. Buiierwick ate
tenipted to (haw il oul by pouring hot water over
' it ; but after spendiug an hour upon Iheftfoil he
1 euiergtd fiom the coute-t with tbe meter with
! his feet and trowsers net. his hair full of dust hud
: cobwebs, and his temper at fever heat. Alter
sludyiug how he should get rid of the ice iu the
I meter, Jie concluded to use force for the parpose,
and so. seizing u hot poker, lie j mimed H through
a vent hole and stirred it around inside of the
meter with a BOO lldira tale amount of vigor. He
i felt the ice give way, and he heard the wheels
b izx aiouud with rather more vohemenco than
. usual. Then he went up stairs.
Tie noticed for thieo or four days that the in-
ternal machinery of that meler seemed to be
j rattling around in a remarkable manner. It could
be heard uil over the bouse. Bui he was pleased
to know that it was working agaiu in spite of Ibe
cold weather, and he retained his serenity.
About two weeks afterward his bill came. It
accuse him of buroiug. during the quarter.
1 1.500.000 of ga'. ami it called on him to seltlj to
: tbe extent of nearly S.15),iH'0. Before Mr.
Hutteraick's hair had lime to descend alter the
first shock, he put on his hut and went down to
the gas office, lie addresse I nnu of the clerks :
How much gas did you make at the Blank
' works last quarter T"
" 1 dunno ; about a million feet I reckon."
" Well, you've charged me in my bill for burn
a half a milliou more than you made ; 1 want you
to correct it."
" I,ess seo the bill, ifiu m in this is all
right. It's lukea off the meter. That'sThat
the meter says. '
" Soose'u it does ; I couldn't hare bnrned
moron you made."
" Can t help that. The meter can't lie."
Well, bat now d'you tvecount for the differ-
Tlt- wTaTtwatavaarteaa n-.d:il-
Be ;: io
be Washington correspondence of the
WastuxoTox. Mareh 11th. If76
Wasluiagtoti is so thick with the
kindred scandals, that even such
nslatton as the conclusion of the
sit serial is passed by. almost wiih-
nj rel its importance as a
lo the cbiman:, cau hardly be overc-sti-Foc
three long years this now historic
jventurer. with his bogus credentials.
has beea banging on tbe ticklish verge ot tbe
highest legislative body on the planet, aad be
was preieated Iroui effecting au entrance only
toroogh a coalition of a haadlut ot Kepnbhcau
Sea at CI wr.h the Democratic niiuority. most
prommen. among wbo:u was Xtch. Chandler's
wurliiy saccessor. SeoelQC Ctin-'.iciicy, of Mich
igan. Tl s Slate, by IM way. eesms anything
but friendly lo tbe notorious claimant; bis fate
ai m soo'.er been decided by adverse vote,
than Senator Ferry, of Michigau, tbe Vice-Presi-deut
gave orders to door-keepers that he shonid
ao longer be admitted on the floor.
In taking final leave of I'inchback, we see de
part, perhaps, the smartest niuiaito that has
ever appeared io American politics. Fred Doug
lass excepted. He may not have been in any
numner of changes and removals.
I he difficulty aboat the departure Of the City
! ot San Francisco arises from a totally different
j cause. The contract uuuer which she is to sail
was made some time ago, in London, between
Messrs. Macgregor & K der and he Pacific Mail
Company of the one part, and the Governments
ot New south Wales aad New Zealand of the
o'.iier. By the terms ot lliiscouiract, Macgregor
an i Rider were to supply two ships and the
i'aeiEc Mail Company three, and the service was
to commence a-: a certain specified date, or suo-
E-rece- , - , ..ntntetor tn heua-tf nan.ltij TWm
setllesnent. ad- ',... . i.,,i..n.: . ... ."' :..
I aiiuc .u jit t.f m pauj laituiuiij LMKioruieti us
part of tbe contract, bat .Mncgregor and Hlder
tailed to perform tbetrs. the two ships despatched
ny them to the Colonies haviug arrived two
months beyond the stipulated time. The penalty
for ibis lailnre the Giveruments named seek to
stop out ot the suh-i ly already earned by the
Pacific -Mail Company. Hence a difficulty has
arisen, which is ut this moment the subject ol
i -raptiic correspondence between the Maii
I'ompany, Messrs. Macgregor and KtJer and the
New rioath Wales uud Nes Zealand Govern
ments, and hence the delay in the sailing nf the
1 City of San Francisco. However, this difficulty
1 may finally be arranged, and il is certain the
steamer will make the trip. The Knglish mails,
consisting of nearly 5S0 bags, are already on
board, and these are of so much moment to the
; Colonies that they must go on, even if the Cnv
: of San Francisco has to be specially chartere I
: for the purpose. Passengers uiuy depend up mi
receiving at least six hoars nonce of the hour ol
sense a great man, perhaps would never have de
volupe J into a statesman, bu; he had the talent, I ...
.. ,..,,,..,. .nKHm, r,aia, h ' all'"E
CIIAXCKS AND BKMOVALS.
During the past few days, telegraphic crders
energr. courage, and eubituie egotism, which
elicit the admiration of men. aud half blind them
lo bis faults, and the barrenness of bis cause, lie
left, making threats to appear again with new
papers and a more powerful backing ; but, it is
too late ; he will have to coofiue bis ambitioa to
Iccal Stale politics, or retire npoo bis fortune,
w'nch is at least a qasrtrr of a rniilioo.
Apropos of Senator Cbnstiency. voq will re
memoer that he very recently married a voong
wife, a countess, (money counter, as the punsters ;
Siid). ia the Treasury Department. Well, our
aastere alabaster society, composed of a nucleus
ot Cabinet ladies, and others whose iineage can :
be iractt) to obscurity or chaos, by memory, and j
without the aid of a book, were in long and :
doabiful deliberatioc as to whether they would
recogaixe her in their charmed circle. Tbe ugly i
and moralesque feature of tho deliberation was !
the crgent demand of the fallen Mrs. Beiknap i
fur an edict of exclusion against the audacious
little parvenu. But the young wife of the rug- i
ged old Micbigand-T has been called upon by I
Sirs. Fish and the other Cabinet ladies, and now I
she. since her social exaltation, has cut her form- j
er acquaintances. Are we after all. as the cynic .
said, a vase of writhing serpents, each striving to
lift his head above the other?
Rumor is loud io reference to exposures of
fraud and corruption io the diff-rent departments, i
and your correspondent has the best of authority j
for saying that the investigations, now pending, j
are every day bringing lo Ibe light, llieft. peculu- i
lion, and every species of official malfeasance ; ;
these will all be bulletined liia tbe world may i
know them in good lime. The Democrats feel
that ibeir pi. icy of secret investigation has been i
triumphantly vindicated in the success of Mr.
Ciymer's. committee. The criniiuats tbey are
after have cot committed their dark deeds in i
daylight or on bill-tope, and there con!d be no '
greater tafCtt t nan io investigate mem wits banners
have been received from New York, auwiugsev
' era! important changes here- Il is understood
that Mr. A. P. Bacon, the agent at this port, has
' the entire confidence of Mr. Gould, and that his
i administration of tbe agency bus been approved.
The following captains have been served auk no
1 tice that they will be relieved, viz i Messrs. Tan
ner, :-earle. laicblan, llowurd, Connelly. Phillip
and Dow. Mr. Engineer W. W. Waddell, at
present in tue service of the Occidental and Ori
ental Steamship Company, has been offered Ibe
Superinleudency of the dock, but it is under
stood, will decline tbe position. The following
captains bare been confirmed in their respective
commands, viz.! Maury, Waddell. Cobb, Morse,
Seabury. Dearborn, Sbackford, Caverly and No
land. I be appointment of Captain Jas. J. Wad
dell has been under review in tbe New York Of
fice, and results in bis being confirmed io Ihe
command of the City of Sao Francisco. This
was probably due to his being endorsed by V ice
Admiral Rowan, Commodore Parker. Commo
dore snmeldl. and otner prominent officers in the i j OVer there for?
nited states avy. such weighty influence.! "Don't
six million feet, why you must have burned it.
even if as uever made a loot of gas oul at the
' To tell the honest truth." said Bnttorwick.
" that meter was frozen, and I stirred il up with
a poker and set it whizzing around again."
' Price just the same " said the clerk. " We
charge for pokers just l.ke we do for gas."
' You ain't actually going to have the audacity
to a.-k mo lo pay 5350,000 on account of that
If it was S700 000 IM tuke it with a calmness
that would surprise you. Pay up or we'll turn
ufT your gJS."
Turn it off and be hinged," exciiimed But
terwicfc, us he emerged Inun the office, tearing
the bill in fragments. Then he went homo, and
grasping the loo lavish poker, ho approached the
meter. Il had registered another million tee',
since the bill was made out. It was running np
a score of a hundred feet a minute. In a month
Batterwick would have otvued the gas company
more than the United Stales owes its creditors.
So he beat the meter into a shapeless mass,
tossed il into tbe street, and turned off the gas
inside the cellar.
He is now sitting up of nigl. s writing an essay
on ''Our Grinding Monopolies" by light of a
A lai -ii n-l oil 'lull.
" Bein' I'm here." he said to a policeman near
the post offico " bein" I'm hem. and bein' I may
ucv-t come here agin, and bein' 1 waul to seo ail
1 kin, I'd like to know if it would pay a feller to
go to the Knavery Yard?"
You mean the Navy Yard," remarked tho
" Yes ; I suppose it's the Navy Yard. Is there
much there to see ?''
' Yes. u good ileal."
" Do you epose they'll hang anv one there to
Tho Navy Yard is not the place where they
hang folks," laughed Ihe officer.
So ! I thought it was. Well, what's the per
' There is no performance of any sort."
" There hain't ? Don't any one walk the rope ?"
" Nor perform any back somersprings ? '
" Well, it must bo a dum queer knavey yard !"
exclaimed the stranger. " Perhaps they've got
a grizzly b'ar over there ?"
" Never heard of one," replied the officer.
" Does a balloon go ap ?"
" Gaess not,"
" Well, what in thnnder do tbey do?" de
manded tbe irritated man. " What does a feller
u '-'tlier with the record of his trip to this port
in ibe City of San Francisco, probably decided
A Certain Cure lor ISbeuina t ism.
Judging from his article in the IFYener 3Icd
UinisAi Prase, Dr. Franz Zeller is an enthusi
ast in the administration of caustic ammonia in
rheumatism. For several years be had been a
sufferer from severe muscular rheumatism in the
right shoulder ; be had taken all the ami rheu
matic remedies, with but little alleviation, when
be began to reason that in rheumatism, as in gout.
there-may be a nric acid diathesis ; he thonglit
that liqwjr ammonicr. on account of iu rapid
and tom-toms. It is not. probable that any fa- volatilization, woald be the remedy most readily
tare discovery will possess the unique enormity
and be followed by tbe tragic d-nouemenl l'i. t
absorbed and the most prompt in action.
In almost tbe same moment in which be took
you know what a nary yard ia?" as
ked the officer.
" Yes, 1 know what . knavey yard is as well
as you do. Iv'e seen thousands of 'ein.umi I ex
pect to see thousands more. 1 don't care two
cents about seeing this one, though if they are
going to play the 'Black Crook,' or have any fun,
I'll take a look in."
' This Nary Yard." said the officer, is the
place where ihey boild and repair government
ships, store cannon, supplies' etc." " It is, eb !"
slowly inquired the stranger. " Well, it inu-t
be a one-horse affair. I don't suppose I could
even gel any beer over there V
" I guess not ?',
Well, I won't go." said tho stranger, in a de
termined voice. " I gaess I'll knock aroond and
Bee if I can't run across a good dog figbt."
made tbe Belknap horror so conspicuous, it is ! one drop, diluted with water, he felt a complete
to be regretted that the incessant waste and pet- relief from tbe pain which had lasted ten boars ;
ty larceny, throughout all tbe Government De- be was now able lo move freely the arm which,
an instant before, be could scarcely bear to have
touched. Tbe remedy, he claims, bos proved a 1
positive care in all recent cases of masealar rbeu- j
matism which have fallen nnder his observation ;
he cites numerous cases iu which relief, aa in- !
staotaneoes as bis own. was experienced. He
also observed its effects in several cases of acute
articular rheumatism, in two of which, six drops i
part ments. amounting to concrete millions year y.
and patent lo every man who brings his eyes to
Washington, but or.rebofced because of us in
tangibility or pettiness of detail can not by
some process of chemistry or leci-lation. be mass
ed and made to appear io its aggregate immensi
ty. The scapegoat to bear away this habitual
daily theft of the present Administration, would
reqairw shoulders much broader than those even ; sufficed to subdue the pain and sweiliog within a
gf the colossal Belknap.
In tbe camp of the enemy every effort is made
to distract attention from Ihe real trail. The
fame tactics of intimidation that were employed
by the whisky ring, are now employed here by
what was supposed to be the more respectable
portion of tbe press and statesmen of tbe party
ot '' moral ideas." La their frantic desperation,
they cateb at inch straws as the departure ol the
r MRa-ii ts aaa M
i aa to am
aaSSraa-rCa PrlCG SlXty OtS.
Oaasafftaataaa fknaaa 'atasavS Km r... ,.
a.- awaaaji lawn aaa Ear a, ip i, I AllLilir:--.
favaaatw avataawj of Kaialapa 1
H. at WHilXXn.
ItoOad to aaj part at tk Failed uiaw w
Tot 75cts., Full Postage Prepaid.
h. v wHrrxrr. rr i.at.i.
WHITE BATFT Saj rai-
Gtiaos a core m, gsaatr, k. s.w
ww ut'sr nrr i trrv,T n! California Beef in Bond.
.Ail i ia..iiaaii , rradawtrartS 1 ataPrriVEp rE "-I BELLE UOBEaTa-
aaaaawawwrar w aa-waa-s; 4 rr, I aft Tat sac ty . 'C; aWaTilaW A ro
especially about tbe Chairman, Mr. Clymer. wfco
has been the conspicuous and able leader cf this
investigation. There bos bees a powerful effort
by press and party to intimidate him into silence
or Ux pursuit, with no ulher result lhaa to elicit
feis laien. strength, courage, ami determination,
as well as a sterling ability as a speaker aad de
bater, wkisb. a contempt for average notoriety
has prevented him from displaying. Never was
man pieced in a more trying and delicate situa
tion than Boo. He ster Clymer, of Reading Pa.,
Chairman of tat Committee of War Claims,
aad the readeaaan to whom tbe country is in
debted for tbe Belknap expott. Us was not
only a college mate, bat a room mate at Prince
loo, of the fallen Secretary of War. They then,
aod bare ever sloca. nuintoined tbe moat friend
ly relations, aod the coofiicting bitter emotions
of tbe man. when he was calked upon this doable
ordeal of statesman and friend, may neither be
ilkafinarl or described ; tbey could only be felt
by bin. Bow manfully lie did his whole
slaty, ignoring individual ties and recognizing
only bis moral reponibjHt to the millions, was
tn exhibition of antique virlae too rare in these
evil days to be overlooked.
Tbe osmeross bills (nearly three thontand),
period of tweotj-lonr hoars. Io one case of
; chronic rbenmstiim of a finger joint, which bail
' lasted for over half a year, tbe simple administra
tion of the ammonia completely dispelled the in
flammation acd pain in the joint within two days.
He then discusses tbe mode of action of his
remedy. If we consider an excessive acidity as
1 the causal of tbe rheumatism, we cay scarcely
claim, in ihe cases in which one drop will ins tan -
baaefeaa lies about j laseouslr relieve the pain io rheumatism, that one
on committees, and drop was sufficient to counteract tbe effects of
nr:e or (according to Fuller) lactic acid.
" Nothing remains therfore but for us to saek
for tbe soorce of rheumatism in a morbid nervous
activity induced by i'-V-ir a..es of catrition.and
lo believe that tbe ammonia acts as a nervine di
rectly upon tbe nerves."
After the care of one attack of rbeamatiim.
oar subject should be to pal tbe patient in sacb a
condition as to prevent Ibeir recurrence. This,
the writer thinks, can be done by building np tbe
general system aod thus diminishing the nervous
etcitabibty. The Clinic
A LOT OF
Just tbe Arm for
Bdlloola Shooting- !
Can be had fur
Than any Fire Arm of the Stnd ever told
in this Marknt.
Send for Price, or Call Soon.
w -a PILLIHCH AM A Co.
4 IT NT. ANSOBTWUNT OF LATE I'llPI -
j' V LA A riacal and Instrumental music Just recr.ved.
'aaaJora can be bad on application.
i:a II. M. U'HITVI Y.
And a seed qoaJltr
NO. a HA TA-VA SHAPE I
BOLLES it CO.
Hex Paper Materials.
Among tbe vast collection of materials ex
amined in tbe search for paper stock, two new
ones teem to offer Rome advantages. These art
bamboo and the refuse of sugar-cane, known as
' megeese." Tbe greea stems of young bamboo
plants art cot fresh, aod crashed and split in a
series ol rolls for tbe parpose ol breaking the
modes and redociog ike stalks to ribbons. Cat
into short lengths. Ibe split tuns are then placed
in rats aad treated with caustic alkali. The 1st
is taken io a stream from rat to rat, extracting
and removing tbe soluble matter as it moves.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
y CAUtTlKMIA rrTATOat.
HeeetvKi fit Hurra)-, auil f-,r aa-e by
Bor.r.Ea a or.
ECEITED PEtt .1. BELLE KOBEBTH.
Far sale by ',;j2. BOLLCS A CO.
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
EST A.Vli i-BESH BECEITEU, FEB D. C
FOli SALE BY
fcOIXUS a: CO.
Columbia River Salmon!
Jl ST BEI Eirtn PER J. A. FAEHISBFBSJ
ia barrels anl ball barrata. For aafe br
UZ C hi: a. v.' CO-
Muttiaf, Matting, Mattm? ! T:tl0
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
tattoo. 1 tie process is patented. anl ts s.aid to
give a yield of sixty per cent, for banitioo, and
forty percent, lor the sugarcane.
Itr. Btrwlctta Ua mil.
iw mi iiw mm
STEAMER CYPHRENES !
San Francisco. New York 2nd England
Canatating in Part of
A.MOSKE VI. IHMUS,
Vine and Msdiaua Tiakiaga,
Amoitkaar Rra. Drills. .IwaskMg Bias Drills,
Fin. aua McJiam Whito Flaauals.
One Case of those Swpartar 1. B. Htaac'ae.t Cottons.
FROM BOSTON. ACSQ,
t'.anlen and 1'lantatton Haws.Sfa, I and 1
C. S SpaJr. rihovels, Sewipa anil Bakes.
Handled Axes. Hatchets Shingling an J Ax. patt.rr
Kim Kntb Leeks, Cheat and fadli-eks, Ac
l'i thes Puis, 11 m Hi If. Si-h i' . N. Ski ! Paper,
Saih Cord. Sjllagw, Muci!ax. Itorae Cards.
Slr.ljrs, Champars, Horse Xails and Sboa Ink,
T Hinges 5 lo t4 In., Tlaaa.l Taoki 8 to U In.
YT. IV., Paint. SLav. Scrub aud Varnish Brushes,
Self Heat troos. M asoa'a Ulackiuot.
Corn Stareb. Whiting, Mataliic Paint.
Snow White Zinc, Kastern Hrooon. Patty.
A large Assortment of tbiinneva. Coaiaon, Clipper.
Sun, Perkins A Howes, Ao.
Lanurns. Kor.iaeaa VVioks. Aa.
A few daa.n of Iba baat Patent Dlass Praserrinf Jars,
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Apples. Oragou Hams
Fresh Salmon, I and -' lb. tins.
Also, on hand,
"Paris, Eagle Sand 20, and fTllppaS Plows,
' Cultivators, Hursa lloas. Caaal Barrows,
Cane BjalnM, bajtbea and Snaitha. Ae.
Cut NaiU 3d lo 60d. Cut Spikes 6 lo S laeb.
Files K mud Square. Flat and J .Hound, d lo 13 ia.
A LARUK ASSORTMEM' OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & Oils
all mMH IrtTia. IsilM, Ac.
A Large Asst. of other Goods,
WntCIl WILL BF.
Sold ctt Low Rates
CASTLE & COOKE.
IS NOW LANDING
IN SPLENDID ORDER,
Prints. White fnltont, Orer Shlrtiag.l
Drnlms, Blankets. Twavda, .Muslins,
Velvet Kara, Saddle.
Pilol Jack.:, and Truwsera. Fauoy Skirls,
Ladies llaU, Mueawito Net-.
Skirting, I'auntevpanaa, Melashia,
Oreaadlnas, Wbite Prills.
A tin Sr'ectisn of Wool Shirts,
Fin Lac.a, nsertloa.
Flowers and Faney iloesM,
Billiard Cloth, Austrian Blankets,
Canvas, BaniiaK, Bags, Balling,
BASS' ALE, pints tt quarts
Blood Wolfa A Co.'t Ale, pints and quart ;
Tennent's Ale, plats and naart ;
Tbe caltbraUd " p. : llraod " Stoat,
Martall's. HtnossMy's and Robin's Brandy,
Rum, Qsaas a, Sbvrry, Dunvlll' Whiskav,
i in.il lirandt of CliampagBe,
Moitllo and Hock. Llaad's Claret.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC.
Black and Ureen Painl,
BoUd Oil, Maehlo Oil,
TUTS KKMl.DY WAS iUXUi IX V I.I. Y PRK-S'-ltlHKD
by an emln-iit phrilciui tor va of
Prop-ty in Mri Huut't ftbtully. JoUn lluitl, ivct"! abotH -'.
of n fnti: and plth.He haMt, wtw -Utl with a uddvn
aiUk-k of Kvneral dropsy, which In n Mr days thrf.iurunl
his Life. TU' nltHHJ rcni. a had ail provril tnrfflra
i'lstua. nti'l nndfT their n r!;.- iailM,t w.is ln.t P-IHnn Inm
an aLtrutlnsC bit?. Tbt ilrupy Skssi MnM and ottftialVf,
Kjf rw.UHi to an f norm 'Us !se and Un water tiu niishiir
rarddiy Hi was entirely unable to lie down li. bed, and
wo- ,! tn rrmaln tiicht and dav In a nltlln.r. pntnre.
ThU utatt of tldncs irontluuod until by ih aitvtce of the
phy-el.-Un a!IndMl to. th present roinedy was trlit. In
i-oii-. iiitmt of it p'Utior nature It was iieceastiry tn pre
pure It with Krat cart', aud in order tu Insure this It was
IntrustiM to the filially of Mr. Hunt to proouro and cota
The r-medv w admioHtore'L and almnnt fnni th
tuorapiil of its reca ption a decided Improvement became
nionIftt. The kidoeys were Imn.erltutely atTected aud
roused ti action ; tlte Awt !lintr nf the Irjr- raplMy u?ldel,
the lontr. wttte freetl and rvMiuietl tbelr hfaltny arid
axreeable action : tht rttsh of limbs rMtlWiSd Its gasmtrlly.
" t-aklnjr " ruuuidnfr. and he was rapi'lly convah st-lnf
when unfortunately, .inunpted by tliU rapid Improvement,
he give up the remedy for a short time.
It wm uufortunitte. tor the eunitlre proeevn wu ar
reste't, tb" kidney) dnKTel In Uietr actioit. attain hrim
In tnrpid, th water tnrmuted with frightful rapidity
ant he soon azalo found himself In a very alarming tut-'.
Tlie ri-medy u-as aaln had recourse to. and by Its per?
verinip oa tlie ilKeaae wat a fipr-nl tlaie urnlti.-.L But
tbt- wa most aiftt rnv.it M ami aevere raw, and it took all
the rlrtuea of the Kemedy. combined with care ami time,
to eradicate tbe effect nf the dlseiwe. l:ut thrr.tigh a per
se'vtrirut iii- of It a ptfrmaneut cuts was tree led, aod he
rt-sumed hn at-ltvc out-of-"loor - ::i;.t a short
time, a well man
This wur the manner In which the Pmdy wu hrowtht
Into notice, ami ulnce then for a period of twenty Ave (.3)
years the medtfrine has been prepare.1 nfrer the Mime ap
proved formula by Mr- Hnnt, fttrl our first phral-
. In their private pract.ee, tor thU aad similar com
GOSNELL'S PERFUMES, BRUSHES,
JAMS AND JELLIES.
TWO COTTAQB PIANO FORTES.
Hoop Iron. Corrugated Iron.
Lirerpoul Salt. Manila Rope, Feooe Win,
tlalvaniied War, Hullowwar.
TUEO. It. DA VI US.
REDWOOD ! !
l and 'a ' .1 it
ithn ely death.
tuaury of our most estimable and well-known dttseos.
The .mly known Hvraevly tor B right's Disease, and has
cured every case of rrupy In which It has been
Siren; Irritation of the Neck of the ItLndder Intlamatloii
ofUieKldnys I'lceration of the Kidneys and Kia-ld. r
Ihabeten. In Stri:tureSiid for Knfeeided aod Ieikate
ronttituttona of both setes, attendtd with the foN
lowing nymptoaa: Ixbss of rVwer, Wtm of Me
mory, DUTiculty ol Itreatitlng, Weaic Xervea, WaJcafulnewi,
Painful and lirmgglng Hensatlim In the Back or I i
Fluhliig of the Hotlv, Eruptions on the Face, lallid (.'oun
tenaiice. Lassitude of the system etc
Has been before th
sail has been the rm
frightful disease aad u
etbuable and well kn
r more than twenty years,
vlug from lingering and
sath hmidreds of our uwtjt
This Medicine was Never Known to Fail.
Price $1.50 per Bottle.
III.I.INill n A f'O.
MI m Bole Agents for IfawalUn Islanda
knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for'Hawaiian Islands
Fox- Syrou from Boston
SBOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM NO. 2 TO 6,
AWD tin: READY TO itr.r r.i vl iibdem
for anr of the pumps of thia mate Co be rorwanli-d
o-.-.-rl-i ii if necaaary
r.oii.i it feed I'm i's.
STRIP i' i irs
ii' r 1 1, i, i.k v pi-xpm.
I'ni.ipo far Hot or (aid Water, Salt Water
Pr anil other Infornurion (Ivan bj
'1 Jm C. BBEWEH A CO.. Asenla.
Gf 'Is m rit vf .. sf'ii r risii uud maciikd
The llorue Clme, Tola. 1, S aod S.
Tbe Hllver rbord MasicoJ (i-m.
Toe Fiarawat HoaiS-Mortfait'B A lb am.
Piano 'ort Oeats 1 be Mm-oi Trsaanre,
frfm.i of Strata. ; Opera ItuuiTe,
The Gr-ao at Iioai-t armlua Sacra,
RaajhaUdsriD'a Ptoxi Fort. lorstTit0r,
And all the pa polar S. 8. Jovenli tone book, with
over ZOS osca lata maatc. vocal aod tostjriv?ntaL
5im roraaltny H. M. WHITNEY.
PEB "STRES" DIRECT TROW. BONTO-1.
American prime Pork,
Acafcrlraa 'A"m Beef,
New Bedforil Towttne.
'ew Bedford :twaoa Fall,
Sew Bedford Whalenva'aOara
I'lflr Bale Beat Pa teat Oakuaa :
All of wliletiwd I ho aoat at low prV ia, br
MS SULUB A CO.
T1IE tMiniMliM.tl OFFER FOB MALE
. at Konlnaon. Wharf. In iUanUtU to aull uoreltaaer
tlie Carso uf Keilwwolt Lumber
I' It II H BARK
H. -XKr. ALMY!
Coo is ting of:
1 In. SURFACES REDWOOD BOARDS,
1 i-2 Id. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
1 Id In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
11-2 In. Surfaced Redwood Flanks,
1x6 In. Tongued & Grooved R. W. Flooring
1 MxS In. T. & G. R. W. Flooring,
1-2 In. Redwood Siding,
1 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
14 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
2 In. Rough Redwood Flank,
I 4x4 Rough Redwood Scantling.
4x6 Rongh Redwood Scantling.
6x8 Rough Redwood Scantling,
8x8 Rough Redwood Scantling,
1-2x3 Redwood Battens,
" FAYE8' " 8BF. REDWOOD SHIHGLES !
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Tbe r-.l low lai; HairnninrlHamlr at law af
the eok.- ilT BlfvaS;:
Orarwold' Poet and Poetrr of America,
ballerr of Hrltlah rrjrta.
Plctair. ru.es. ami wleetiona from Urina Author,
The Lady of to. Lake,
Moore' leilan RueU,
rVtorai family lUBMar.
ateuVr'a reatu. a I'tii.
Bother. Lift at Chrlfi, Vol. T.
Ban,, (lottvr't SamrOav Matt,
Whfuier' Ballad of H-.w Ensland,
WMMIer' Child Life, la Poetry.
Ja h. lana.U'a 1'o.ma ulualr.tMl.
Owen MrrerfUb'ii facUi. do
Jaa. Tamnpeon' Pom. to
Mrs. awownmc'l Aumro l-Urb.
Brraot'n Poetry aad nuns,
aalut May. Pueaaa.
HhaAeapeare rompl Work, one voism.
Taaaa'a Manual ofoeofcicy, ,newrL,
Chiuy'l islart atoo, 1 vula. aheep.
Chamuartaiii' Com-t Law for Bualaea Xea.
Bryaat aad aeration'. Hookas, fir, z aod Blaaka,
Caritoa'a Perm Ballad.
ieaa lna.U-r Poem,
Kmbit a (.-hxlauaa Tear,
Furore'. Ocean World.
Jules Vnrne'a Eirih aad Boon.
Teoayaoa's fiar.n Mary a drama,
" t Poem., aemplete in one Tot.
Lonafelaow'a " .
More Lime !
Bill I.: A t .. HATE RECEIVED per (h
Murray ud m u. u. imkti,
300 Harrela Beat aliloraia Date 2
Wht-h will be aofci at the lowest prtvn. tn other word,
w. will not be CXUKAtatOLD tn thai aanb.
CaUfvmia Potntaea and On lona !
A iimaU ouanlity recHrM per tbe
. SSS- A.t hale by
If array. - -
..'. i.i. A CO
Werhanlea, 1 voa,
rka, to Baataafttl. nam..
tSSim rorSalalry H.M.WHITNEY.
Rf '' i PBR I ITLUV, A-t rB SALE
r rstij aorxFai a o.