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SAVE TIME AND EXPENSE !
BUY THE CHAMPION POST AUGUR, OR 'POST HOLE DIGGER !
i Tinr v Itfll'TTlVn TO rnNVixn'AW or OP
fl Ah cmt ahiu of ihks UnjUemmlU for lUu.u fU$mtm- J
ninrcTioxs
Y3raw the VmukHc at shown la tbe cot . drive It sharply Info the rronnd
.tniri..f in urn ctace. or iwr U. until tbe earth stlrta In toe
rrttoder: raie heel nJ drop It on the crooud afclewlM!, boldtoc Ue
IiaiHUC in We DUW boo inr rmrvu sua w. . .
We'also' Offer For Sale,' '
Mar Valine new. Ames' Plowa. rarU Ilowx Harrow, Cnltlratort
rvapon Uo1nr MarMnc, Garden lit, Matters' Hoes, Grub llv-a
IVfc Arm. lift Mattock. Oo. 51.oti.-1a, fpasVs; Wood. Iron and Keel,
Rake; Tf- K'aivr,Ot: IUtw.OxAAiir,nxOialttii, Ncvthf i-ntn, !rlnd
Hwm and Ftstmrs, llaj Cotters, Kale feed Cutter. Wheel and Canal
lUmm-s, and other
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS!
He l-efjt on hand a FjJctidid Assortment of
Builders1 Hardware & Mianics' Tools
And are roniaitIr mafclnj: additions thereto, We make jvcUiti of
House Furnishing and Ornamental Goods,
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers, and Oils,
CUTLERY!
Seines and Twines. Fish Hooks and Lines
wn are
Aircnts for the Aver... Chemical Paint Co.
THIS rAIXTIS MIXED HEADY FOn USE,
. . . u ,. ,-a.a.i.eatatner. ATvrrUnreqoanMtyls hrfnv au Intoernltrf Matr,and It la
? liVthrTl""nTiirI. v7u.rr In .toct al trt only lis- i.irr While, bat cm
l-"lV ,"ialT".Laod color 'which cute .elected Xrm . aaairle rt at oor oOce,,
a. UV 4aya ftaflft lt lime tolr laa oraer.
JTJ7 an ik Oomtnvniration intli Manufacturers and Agents of oil hinds of
IMPROVED FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY!
ami mii:cTrui.i.Y
Solicit Orders for any Class of Goods in Our Line !
- -wj.la to,U llartrt. f Mill IMPORT TO ORDER, from InjUnd, Germany, or
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
SS antl 97 It I tic Street.
SHINN'S NURSERIES !
SHINN & CO.
VilLES, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
-tiif rsorEicroit orroi ronjxg
rJaK ttlr In ltf? or mill jaxUUe, Q4
FRUIT TREES
!
Every weCteated variety of
Apife. Omit. na. Xurbr. fuch, rrtac, Crth.
AmK. !t7. Qtoc. I "it. rtc- rtc
NUT-BEARING TREES !
Xtaofi.'Encah nralmt, TDacUOl ZXhen. Cheamst,
Xttek IssS, Botternst. Pecan, etc etc.
saJLa.XiL FH.TJITS
tJrr, EUrt.bTWHk cnpn Emfeerrin. Goof
TlipilT. IftV-IkT. Csrob.
n'ESUItm'S oS otlicr RhJc or Ornmrocoal Trcn
SnULTrTCS(Be Gam In Tr!T. rcrrr Tro,
L,tC
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
AN IXDKrEKDEXT30nKNAl..
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
TcntisnEn aKd edited by
IIEX11Y M. WHITXBSr.
SEMI-TSOPICAL FRUIT TEEES,
Omice Lraa, Use, etc etc
B-dsm & Ora&ncnial Shrubs & Plants in
great Variety
&sakcveaad rrtoe lift, can be obtained on application
t Uewra. CA5ITX 1 COOSJE, Ilouotn:!!, who tU receive
ajad farwd orOera tr treea, and lo hom payments
HUWTJS REMEDY-.
Tins lULMEDY "WJL.S PIU
XSIBGA aa eminent phraidaa for a cane ol
TTarc Hut) tamJl e J Abn 1 1 ant. aced abooi 4S,
of a, wKMt i4fharte hrtVt. waa aetzed vtm a sudden
tMuk r c cial drpr. wbieto In a few Ur tbreatened
Mh. Tbe rdmarr remedies had all proved loeffica
m vawer ttieir ne xne pauevt aikHrfnn ram
1 oe tirofMy wCDmiaaKwiiT, .
ana we vnn hkhwhc
THE LADIES TO KNOW
Tliat tht Undertignal Jias
JUST RECEIVED A
SUPERB LIXE OF
GOLD AND SILVER GOODS
SUITABLE FOR THE
CUSTOMARY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Jlmung tchich will he j'ound,
Elcfict duller SUmcsd Hbgi,
I.b.Vici Mdjjcat'Afclii&lrtf.,,.
Ocjx, Amcthrft, Garnet. Pearl, Turquoiie, Moti Af
mte &ni otber dUTerent fettinci.
Ladles Jett Oqjx.
eck Chains and Locaels vith Ear Kings to
rnateh.
Ladies Soperb Amethyni, asj otbeT Setts,
Ladies CoraJ Setts. M
Ladies k cblldrens XecV ChiinTr
Ladies i Children! Lockets 1 Chains.
Baby CsS Tins,.
Baby Shoulder Loops,
' Chfio
WEDXESDA r, JAXUARr 10, 1S77.
Tlic Xliralrn Xraaredy.
TnK HOKBOES I.VCSKASISa TliRKK llCXDKED
akd Kirrtsv Badies Uecotkki:d, axd Pocbt
ijiss Oniras Rfatnv isthk Reins.
Nkw Yoke, Drc 7. The dimcneiom of tho
a(ul calami! J liich lias lefillen the city of
Brooklrn, arid the conpqoent loss of life, have
not jet been realized. Enough is known, l ow
erer, to mate it certain that the catastrophe
ranks among the most fatal of the kiud erer re
corded. According to the ftatements or all
parties who profess to know anything as to the
origin of the fire, it began on the stage. A
piece of canvas, of which the tree., etc. were
made, was broken trom its fastenings and hung
from the flies, iramcdialefy over one of the bor
der lights near the centre of the stage. The
canvas had begnn to saoslder snd the paint on
it to crackle, Dd the carpenter was directed lo
ascend to one of the grooves and remove the
dangerous object. He could barely reach it with
his hand and he drew it hastily op. The ropid
motion through tbe air of the half-ignited and
bichly inflammable canvas caused it to burst into
a flame, which readily spread to tbe adjoining
material, eoaallr susceptible. All effort to ei-
liniruish the flames were abortive, and the car
penter had to retire to save his own life.
The deserimions riven bv persons who 'were
in the gallery of tbe theatre at the lime e-fthe
disaster is heartrending and horrible. Alfred A.
Jones gives the following account of the scene ;
I wu seated next to the front row, but seeing
that something was nron? on the stage, 1 moved
ud the entrance of the tier. While my bact
was turned shrieks were heard, and the mass of
peorile in the rallerv arose in wiid confusion. I
cannot describe the scene as it was. Tbey were
climbing over seals, gripping each other by
clothes, and struggling frantically to gel ahead
of one another. 1 saw one man smash a lellow
in the face who would not yield to him in the
passage, and a big powerful woman tore her way
through and came toward sue with scarcely any
clothes on her back and with blood slreaminc
from her nostrils. Two decent looting boys got
toirelber in the front row. and 1 saw them clam
bering over eeals and squeezing their bodies
throogh the crowd. One of them was thrown
down.- aDd the other tsrned round and called
him wildlv bv name. I cot down amour the Erst
that escaped, and did not wait to see what hap
pened.
A tall stout .man. who said he was a tract
man, gave a very vivid decriptlon ol the scene
when thf nproar becan. He said : I was seated
tu tbe aiIe about the middle of tbe gallery and
three or.four seats. from the front. 1 never saw
anything like it. All the people in the gallery
seemed to be crowding on top of one another.
There were .men who seemed perfectly frantic
The jells ana shrieks I shall never forget to my
dying day. My wife is down stairs," i.ne man
cried, out. Let me ret her out!" Another
msir.cned, ! Weife all safe if , you will only be
orderly," at the same timer however, he was
making most itrenous efforts to get through the
throne. 1 he weakest went down one alter ano-
ther, and the strongest rushed recklessly over
them. 1 could actually hear the bcues exacting
as men jumped on the writhing. strogsl'tDg and
helpless mass beneath them. 1 be cries mat as
cended amid the uproar were heartrending.
"MvGod! hav merer on me, one voice re
peated several times. a Ooe ,cian managed to
crawl from a heap of prostrate bodies, but the
struggling throng rushed aninst him and he spun
around toward me and fell almost at my feet. I
tried to lift him.- but he groaned once or twice,
gave, a few .gasps, .and all was over, yten I
firh' was to be life ordeaih,- J ctado for the
door. All I have been telling look place in a
few seconds, but there is a picture in my mind
I could not paint. When 1 got oat I walked
overjhe bodies three or four deep.
1 i Phillip Monser was among the very last to
get'out of the gallery. He gave the following
account ol the calamity : 1 got in irom me row
near the stage. 1 saw the fire from the very
first. As I looked up to the gallery the scene
was a most lemfic one.- 1 could conceive men
and boys were tearing one over the oiler. The
shrieks and oaths were aw tul. une man clam
people, he had a second time bee called wuh a
knowledge of its grave Tes-ponsibilitiea and diffi
culties, which no consideration bnt duty impelled
him to accept. He retarded the present hour in
South Carolina as a crisis at which no patriotic
citizen should shrink from any public post to
which be should be called. The present strug
gle is in defence of the foandation of our govern
ment. II we lail now, ine government w oouiu
Carolina will no longer rest on the consent of
the governed, expressed by a free vote ol the
majority of the people. If our opponents tri
cmpb, under phatever guise of legal forms, free
government in Ibe Stale is overthrown. He
said only cowardice or treachery can roo ine ivo
nublirans of victory. Xow. we shall witness the
consumation of cruel conspiracy by tho Demo
crats to overcome by brute force the will ol 20.
000 lawful voters. He denounced the conduct
of the Democratic campaign as a brutal outrage,
depending on fraud, proscription, inlimidalion
and murder. trade uampton naa saio tuai ne
held not only the peace of the Stale, but his
(Chamberlain's) life in his hands. This be did
not doubt. His life could be easily taken, but
nolbinr could make him abate bis hatred and
opposition lo the re-nlavemeot of the people of
Soalh Carolina. A 11 other considerations nml
yield to bis duty to resist the final success of that
outraire II aiiempiea oy ine iemocris.
After delivering bis inaogural, ibe Legislature
adjorned.
Columbus, Dec 12. In the Republican House
a ballot for United States Senator resulted in
favor of United Sla-.es Attorney D. T. Corbin.
who received CO votes out of 63 votes cast. In
the Senate Corbin received 17. and tiray, De
mocrat. 12 votes. Corbin was declared elected
and both Houses adjurned.
In the Democratic House to-day a ballot was
taken for United Stales Senator. There were
l-l candidates. The votes ranged from I to 11.
I he highest vote was cast for (jeneral M. C
Butler, of Edgefield.
Chicago, Dec. 12. The Journal's Washing-
too special says : Private dUpatcbes from Col
umbia say mat me iiemocratic members ol me
Congressional Investigating Committee have
urged the Wallace House lo disband and all the
members holding certificates from tbe Returning
Board to join tbe Mackey House, and then en
deavor to eflect a compromise by recognizing
Chamberlain as borernor and electing Hampton
United States Senator. Those of the Republi
cans who withdrew from the Mackey House have
repented their action and again taken seats in
the Republican House. Senator Patterson says
he would not be surpnsed to hear of a compro
mise to-day, and the nniling of both Legisla
tures. When Mas tbe Earth Motion.
samjilh it.
1m. mmtt la mM
r&jMtr B. wm. breU VOAD4C u na.-iui ewc ana
wa. t.ni to rtf&ahl meat mod dar la a altUnc rosrorv.
-r-- Mate at tsacur ooatlBXtcd statu, ty- tbe advice ef the
-rJT ajfa4 to. to. Bieocat remedy was tried. In
..HOLM i of topccwtiar nature It was nerearr to nrc
iwreh Croat cace. and lit order to tarare this tt was
tauaWd to T' funfty of SIT. Hoot to procure and com
Tiasrtlt.
Tbe reawOr was Jct1sulered. and almost from the
t of tta t.i.pooa a oxaaao unprovement ww,
Toe UdDera were immeoiaierr asretea aw
i : taeewTtBnr ol toe iffl rajiwr aaouaro.
fried wad nomel thetr twolthr and
tne fiwh ofllmlis reaamedttseuuinenr.
aatlac" raiiaf. aad he -was raptdlr convalcoclnfr,
-rifnwatorroaslrlT imKarted trials rapid Improvement,
bo c T the recoedr lor a short tnne.
It was varonasau. for the corairre proee. was ar-
Teoted. the EMaefa Carved then action, actio oreo-n- ,
kac sarpla, the water tixreaard with frirhtfal rapkHty
aad b mno afIn f cii1 Wm-Wf In a , n avrmtnr pule.
TVr-a-lT a-a anln &A3 -rom:- m. anl bT lu perse
iiswiL ww Tlir fflna.c aau a aKnod time sobdoed. Bot
tats araaa moat ararated and aevere eae. and It toot an
UMvtrtaea of ti-e lleoieo. comhtned with care and time,
teraakue-"Mcff--morshecriaeasa. Hot thrui-rh a per-ae-rvrkarwaeot
stapermanent enre was efreted, and he
no am t tils -rrrr -ml of rant rrrnr-Tlff"i a abort
time, a w-eB man
Tab waa the maanerte which theTmedr-as brouf-ht ;
lata aw-sra.aadsi-iee then foraperlodoftaef-t7 Ere CS)
--e-atnemedic-iezu-en prepared after the saxne ap-pee-red
fsrmnla fcy Mrs. Hon, atd nsed by oar first physi-c-a-talataetrpxlvaxe
practice, for this and atmHarcom-T-talata,
It taw tH-eci well and favorabt- "tnown ard extentS-reltT
ataealncad that time by all claa-s,Toa with and wttnoot
sate ad-rice f phyaiciana. and has been the cleans of savlnr
Traen a Mttceitac and fii-rhtfal dlsea-e, and antlmety death,
asaa" ctfoorarioateaU-hahle and wen-tnown dittens.
HUNT'S REMEDY.
The calr lUoewrn IlemfxiT f-JT Brtcbri Utseasea and has
care evrrr ease of Ircr-j- In wbleh it baa been
ClT; IrrUatiOD of llect crtbe dadder JnftrotnMi
fthe.Cidtiers IVeraHoa cT the Kldaey nd ElaAler
laabetea. ta Sortrtoreaad f&r EcTeeNedand IVlicate
Cbo&sa&aa of bo-ta aexea. cttesded lLh th tol
Wart&c Tinpt L" f jVtyrer. Xxn of Me
Tary. KZZcsXj ot Brmialiy: rt Njttt, VairfiihieM.
rUnfal aa: IraixU leaskOoci In the Back or Loin.
Xteafci&c of the liodj. Kroraoni on the Face, PaSid Coan
tecaACe. Italxade of the i-rttern etc.
HUNT'S REMEDY.
Tla W& before th raiaUc for more than twet.tr rear.
altMbm the means of sartojr from liiifertnc aad
TrtatrJl .atl -OTtiHielr deal lnmrel tf ear must
'escmabteaAd weJl tim dtlxen. s
Tills 2eaidne Ttrai Kercr Known to F&IL
Price SI. 50 per Bottle.
DILUGlIA.n A CO.
Ctl 2m -Scale Ajrenu for Uavaliaa Inland
Lalie k Gent'ifioeitgoldAVaicbe!
Both Ker and Stem erf.
Lil.et Garottt Ear Kinpi.
Xta3.es jCtiral and other Settro; Er Htts,
La4ici EreaJt riai, aiiortel deis(
Ladies Jet SetU.
fSBLll uILFIitAfil
Solid Silver Table Forks aad Spoons,
Solid Surer Tea Spoons,
' Solid Silrea Suj-ar EheUs, ,
Solid Silver Salt Spoons.
- - .-Solid Silver. Cake and Jie Knives,
r - -w
Solid SilverlJcrry Spoons,
Solid Silver Child's Knives, -Forks and Spoons,
Solid Silver Cutter Knives,
Solid Silver Caps and Goblets,
Solid Silrer Dessert Forks aad Spoons,
t 'Eolid Silver Match Boxes. ! T y J lj A
in fad Everything in the above Eine.
Ladies'.' XoVls your'time tftnyVralalittie
Tim hence joa wiU have lo pay under the
XewTariltO per cent extra for any
goods in the above Use,
Goods note open and Ecady for Sale.
2to Flaled goods is this Establishment, "t:
6: Sm M. XcIXEBXV
tPacific Su'b'ber Paint Company's
PAINTS!
mHB
Isere are widely dinenng opinions among
physicists and geologists as lo the length of time
which has elapsed since the earth was in a mol
ten-condition. The Darwinian hypothesis of
development calls fur a very long period during
which life was developed on the earth, and geo
logists who iodine to- this -vien, make
much of the faultiuess of the geological record
which has left long gjpa of lime cnchrosicled.
This class of' geologists have roughly estimated
tbe age of life on the earth at ooe hundred mil
lions of years; but the Glasgow school of physi
cists, beaded by Sir William Thomson, have ad
vanced arguments, based on physical experiments
in the cooling of rocks, lo show thai the earth
can not have been more than ten million years
in cooling to its present state, Jrom the tempera
ture.of two, thousand degrees .cealrigrade. Sir
William Thomson has lately brought forward
new argument lor the short period based on the
demonstrated rigidity or the earth and the dimi
nution of its rate of rotation. It is evident that
tbe spheroidal figure of the earth was caused by
ue ruiauuuvu ils axis wuec to allium conuiuon.
At' least so modi, of the earth asls now fluid,
vizthe ocean, conforms itself to the spheroidal
figure which js due to the centrifugal action of
the earth s rotation. This centrifugal tendency
of matter at the earth's equator keeps the ocean
level several miles hisher at Ibis equator, con
sidered in relation lo the centre of tbe earth,
than at the poles. It is also evident that a
diminution of the earth's rate of rotation woald
tend lo reduce the protuberance at the equator
and rise the "water at the poles until finally, if
the earth were entirely without rotating move
ment, the-fluid on its surface would conform to
tbe outline of a perfect SDhere. Now Sir A m.
1 bomson demonstrated that the solid pari of the
earth iso rigid that even were its rotation velo-
r
city very much diminished the protuberance o!
the land at the equator would remain nearlv at
bered np ibe hean, and was spun round and round , "eight it now is Hence he argues that as
on tbe beads of the throng, and he was flung present snape is nearly accounted for its
with a crash, 1 could distinctly hear, asainst the pteuv ic ruiaiiuu. ana as ine rate oi roia
back of the gallery. Every one was for himself, "on is known to be slowly diminishingit can
o t, tn Lnm, ,r;M htc Iliac oot have solidified to its rizM condition at a
were thrusting and tearing one another, with time so long ago that ita rate" of rotation was
iheirtandsr and worse than -that, as I will t"3l n'lch fa5tf lkl? present- " trace back
you directly. Seals were filled with prostrate
human temgs, and as sncce-sful strnggleri lorced
their, way orer.-lhe gasping forms that lay all
around, others who had been crushed to insecsi
b:!;ty fell as they lost the .supportof the living.
.There was nolhiog for it bat for myself and some
others who bad waited, to walk over the piles of
bodies on the floor. They were slippery witn
the rate of rotation much farther than 10.000.000
years we come to a timo .when tho earth's figure
must .have ben much more oblate than it sow
is. The eqtatorial diameter may have been
mora than IW miles greater than the polar dia
meter. It sslidificaiion took place 100.000.000
years ego, bov can we account for the fact that
the figure of lie earth Is nearly that required by
part
others managed to get at the stairway, and we
went down in a mass', how, I could not tell you.
This I have been describing took.place in less
man two- tniuutes. une jnaD,.woo cofctiut m
the crowd iust before me, showed me his arm.
,vtuch cad been bitten almost toabexone.
Thomson does not take into account the fact
that there ire forces, operating to change the
shape - of even the rigid earth, as, for instance,
the wearing tction of airand water? ' Althoegh
tbe surface cT the earth remains unaltered from
rereration to generation, stilfit has been satis-
rr ..-Ann nj.,.'5i w vn Kn laclonlv pro that the air and water wear down
h(,i,. v.o . ;)..i;cm.T the land and larry itinto 'the ocean atlherate
UIU s;u. V t.JXi.c j a taxis UEWtiaui.u "J .
RECIPROCITY CASH STORE !
irTinr IS Fon SALE BY
BOLLES'Sc Co.
The Rubber Taint Is Jost2r reVbraSed. aad. In conibyr
luaTMtrat iae,ad aHwbo hare crreoUa.lrial. hlctJj
tmBBtsota&SL ThetiDderaiCM'd harr V .-c-eoeeid asaarv
fiaflatacwlonraajahAdeau thcaaaort
SMtt, aad be nrndj ta 2UI ordera at the aborta! n&tire.
M HOLLAS A. Oo
: rOET STUXrT
THE ABOVE PLACE TOX BE TOrD
-A- SETXZCXS aaSfisOXtaJL7ACXI76s?
7 ' o
NOTICE.
. -
miTE rXTkESSIGVED BEW TO XOTXTT
A. the pstopie of Kalo aad Ttdairj- thai he h, pre-
Jmrvdls execsse :
PLA2s3 AKD ESTIMATES :
XW Xhoae wtjiJac ta bcSi aad b'aau prepared 16 take
twrva fs aay Ud f bcUdlnc or
,x 'Cart & Carriage Work.
AVi tnflv!laat; materia, on infi atw fl be lTTgtished
at tl eld scaodln aloIaa.aachu
Limber ei all Kinds.
Joo7t Soih. .YcZj, -PoxnJwt, 03, etc
.an nf wtieii vfl he Ktld al loves rrJce. C3 Lenrber
at aj cf tbe UiktUacv f roa Koloa to VTalmoa. ot Sovest
niM. jiocnriceiorpiasa, or oiiaun w ukw.
cMmcoc BdUersa. from me.
TT. IT- WEIl-ITT-
Glass and Plated- Ware
Sol table fr.irthdj3v Veddlnc ak.CitrturaiA Preaen tt.
Jewelrr, Terracotta Ware. Bronte Goods,
Crackela, Air Caatlec Fancy Soaps, Vases,
S-day, 30 boar, aad Caleodae CSocta.
S line French Gat Clock, Atomizer,
i a Dooeptrre WlooGlaa. Bmi. Mr a 1
Prrtfofto, attuic Bolls, A'aSaes,
Scopea, Steresroplc Tter,
GSt, Card aad CKbtaetTrames.
llaad aad Combination Xhrroxv,
One, Two t Three Shelf. Book Sheires. Eia
THE SBOTT GOODS AIT XXEKUD OS A
CASH BASIS
JIYTXZir.TIS ARE STRICTLY CASH
PURSES!
A rar AssorrratEXT or t.a Direr ud
OiaTS . .
Money Prorses and Bags
be found at
lo-lm H. M. WHITNEY'S
blood. Hands and feet were protruding here . present rau oi roiauon wmie werravegooa
,nA iharo which shnwod that lif. was still in evidence mat ine rate ol rotation baa been con
c'n. nf fham Tt. tills llna tha mnl-a araa ' Stanllv dimtrishinct
decsei and the rash and shoau from tbe lower i la reply to this, James LroII, an advocate of
nift "if "ft-" foase was" terrible. I and some ' "-e lcg peuod., Jias shown lhat Sir William
remnant! of clothing remaining, otners by
watches, chains, and such articles, but few by
features. The actors Claude Burrows and Harry
Murdoch are,among the identified. 'What are
accepted as tbe bodies of the two actors are aim-
ply two black: cinders. -Around me tranc oi ooe
was a sooted and scorched buckskin nndershirt,
and beside tbe otber was a piece of braid, ap
parently portions of a stage dress.
It is leareo mat ween careiui searcn is maoe
An Enormous Tote. j
Tbe total vote of the United States at the
Presidential election of 1ST2 was 6,431.14!).
That year the four great Northern Stales New
York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, end Illinois-with the
two greatest of the old Southern Slates Mis
souri and Kentucky polled Ui.U'jJ voles, or
15 and 57-100ths (45.57) or the whole. Tht
year the same six Slates polled 3,578,853. This
is i b, i bo or ..14 per cent, very nearly, more
than they polled in 1S72. An equal per cent of
increase in the vote of the thirty seven States
wllich participated in the 18i2 election. leaving
Colorado out. gives a total vole for November
7. 1876. of 8.215,792, or an increase or 1,7S4,G43
over the i'lesideuiial vote four years ago. Al
lowing the ordinary yearly accretion of popula
tion throughout the country (J per cent), as
shown since 1850, for the two years Trom 1S70
to and including 1872, the vote of that year was
to the total population as 1 is 6tj. Applying
the same ratio lu ibe estimate ot total popula
tion in 1876, we have the astounding figures of
51,343,700 as tbe total population, this, of
course, is impossible. Tbero has been no such
ncrease. I he lact is that all over tbe union a
most extraordinary vole has been called out by
the excitinr character of tbe contest probably
as high as one vote to every five and one quar
ter or nve ano one-nun oi too wuoie population.
rbis ratio wonld pre the btate ot -New lorfc.
with l,er 1,014,141 voles, a total population of
5521.240; Pennsylvania. 4 000 000; Ohio, 3,-
157.891; and Illinois, 2S4S.140. This ratio
would rive the six irreat btates above named a
total population this year of 1S.7S9.001. By the
the next decade, wnen toe national census suati
be taken, Drought lo have about 21,000.000.
Oh, Ain't That Anturnl.
Tbe following little incident which occurred
in the annex to the Art Ualtery al the Centen
nial, on Pennsylvania day, is vouched for bv a
gentleman who very much resembles the yonng
man who chopped Ibe cherry tree with a hatchet.
in regard to telling Ibe truth s An eldeily lady
from A lien ton , accompanied by two or three of
her young and lively neices, was taking a vien
of the gems of art. it seems that a short time
before Ibey entered tbe annex, another young
lady totally unknown to Ihem, went in, and
either from sickness or fatigue laid grattlully
down nponone of the lounges, and closed her
eyes for a few moments. Just then the old lady
came along, and noticing the beautiful pose of
the graceiul bgure dimly, pnt on her glasses and
took a closer look at it. " Well, I declare, ain't
lhat too natural for anything," said she. I
wonder if thai is wax or just plaster." Tbe re
cumbent beauty 'opened her eyes and sat np
uddenly, and re are credibly inlormed that the
manner in which thatelderiy lady and her nieces
walked out of that neighborhood was astonish
ing. Easton Free Press..
War Ships nnd Torpedoes.
The torpedo promises to prove an important
element in the next great naval war. The mari
time have been for years engaged in tho cross
purpose oi inventing artillery powerful enough to
shatter the armor of tbe etoulesl ironclad, and
armor for their ship or war sufficiently strong to
stand tbe impact ot tbe most formidable bolts
that can be hurled from eighty-ton guns. One
month the euna are announced as being ahead.
and the next month tbe armor. Meantime emi
nent naval officers are promulgating the opinion
that tbe great guns and the heavy armor will be
of comparatively little nse in the next maritime
war. 1 bese authorities declare that Ibe torpedo
is destined to play to most prominent part in
coming conflict, and that the costly war chips.
milh Ibeir twenty-inch iron plate9 and their
eighty-loo guns, will be blown sky-high by " i
tomatic torpedo boats running nnder water, it
the torpedo boat can do all lhat is now prophe
sied of it, tbe ironclads will be at a heavy dis
count.
NEW GOODS!
RECEIVED BT LATE ARRIVALS,
A LARGE SUPPLY OP
American and Euglish Books
OFFICE STATIONERY 4c.,
Consisting- of
lc, ic.
NEW GOODS BUILDING MATERIALS !
From. th"e A I
British Marque Canoma
From Gltvov,
Artn otheh lath amiivals.
Consisting of the following Machinery :
OVE
SUGAR MILL,
COMPLETE.
Fliro Stoom Clrxx-ilox-a,
400 aod 500 Uauonf.
11 SE ASSORTED IXVOJCT OP NMITII
Jt WE1.I.STOOD.S-J
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
AND RANGES
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Beat Scotch Bar Iron, assorted sties;
Best Scotch Sheet Irou, assorted al'zes : Fir I roo,
Conslstloc of
Tins White Lead, Tins White Zinc ralot.
Tina Gioulne Red Lea4,
Tla Black aad Blue Taints,
Prams Boiled Lloseed OIL
of about of 0.0 foot in sir thousand years. As
ibis weiring: process does Dot Uke place beneath
tbe jarfsce a'tbe ocean, bat on the contrary a
build i op op U going on there, it follows that the
ocean regulates if we take long periods of lime
into the actonnt the 'arerage height ol the
land ; that is, that if tbe ocean should eobeida
slower than at the rate of one foot in six tboa
sand years ibe land wonld keep pace with this
subsidence or toe process of ceocdation,
XP PAPER, I.UUAL. CAP, LETTIUt AAD
J Note Taper,
New Stales thin French Letter and Note Papers,
Envelopes of all Styles
Blank Books, Mrtnorandium Books,
Pocket Knives and gold pecs.
OTal aad Square lecture Frames,
Chromo nctores.
SCRAP and POSTAGE STAMP ALBUMS,
Stereoscopts'and Staxoscope Tletri.
Letter CXlps, Book Slates,
Glass Metal and Leather TraTeUcs; Inkstands
Choice Wood and IV ri OtSee Inkstands,
Floe Wallets, Fortes and Bags,
PAPIER KICHE AND MOROCCO PORTFOLIOS!
Feart and Scotch Card Cases,
Letter Copy Boots and BrushM Oopytnc Paper,
Letter Presses, Mathematical Io'trumenu,
Green Spectacles. Pocket Compasses,
Chess Men, Dominoes. Cnbha?e Boards,
Children's Alphabet Blocks,
Eye Glasses, Reading Glasses
Tortoise Phell and noflato-horn setts,
Qnill and WftM Toothpicks.
teel Pens GUlott's, Perry's and other makers.
Crystal and Diamond rubber.
Ivory Paper Knives aod Erason,
Ink sExtractrrs and ponnce.
Microscopes. Wood aod Rubber Balers.
WRITING DESKS. A FINE ASSORTMENT
c tl" All orders promptly filled. "T o
89S II. 31. WHITXET.
in .the auditorium, the bodies of a good many ' Hence, wa late such periods or time as mil
men, who leaped in their frenzy from the gallery, of Jears into consideration, we shall End
will be discovered. I ltat tue S0 of ttnSl wl" conform very
A coroner's jury was impanelled this norninr, ""J1? 10 e.6? l5e PM. I orits
and held a private session in the Station House surface, and tlis figure is determined by the rate
adjoining tbe bnrced theatre. They took n0 of rotation. The diminution- st ; tie' .rate of ro
evidence, and at noon adjorned to meet at the ! Huon- ' "t ,1?t.le "Jnlwrence
coroner . oEce on Saturday evening. f to1ia e"0 Ieft biod by -the sinking
A.M. Palmer.-one or the lessees of the thea.'oeean at the equatovwoald be sculptured or
tre. gives tbe following statement of tbe number abraded to the ocean level by the action of air
of persons in the thealre on Tuesday evening : i nd V'f- ,-- ...-,.
... nnn l . I rr.'. 1 ll,,,,rnM . r- that . f ,Ka Hril nn
becoming pertectly rigid were rotating at such a
There were 405 persons in the upper gallery, 300
in the dress circle, -SO in the parquelle, 21
actors, 20 supernumeraries, 10 stage bands, 12
musicians ; total 1.01S. or. including the dressr
and other subordinates, in all about 1,050 per
sons. A fault in the construction of tbe burned
baildbg, and one to which, there is reason to
believe, tbe dreadful loss of lite in the gallery is
in a larre measure attributable, was the use of
rale as to maVe ita figure as oblate as that of
Jupiter, tbe sculpturing action of the wind and
rain has been sufficient cause for the removal
of such an iumenaa- equatorial protuberance.
.At do time in no possible changes of Egnres. can
the land differ mueh"in level from the fluid ocean.
Tbe figure of tbe earth Is as plastic under the
combined action of denudation aod -the ocean as
n.t.i alntTt farttia ailtnfr 11 1 a ranr.. rarjirht , Com
ia.llr .ni hnrnpd ranidlv. Of eonm, the flames f ' no!e BabsUnce were floii Americaa
followed the ventilator at the top. making a Socialist.
sort of funnel for the fire right over tbe heads of Ttacj Io ot Want War,
the people in tbe gallery. It seems more than 1 . - -
probaHe that the smoke and fire, in the midst The Xew Tork Tribune says : The South has
of which they were thus placed, destroyed tbe had all the wit it wants, and its journals say so
lives of many persona -who might else have es- frankly. The Macon Telegraph and Messenger
carted, even in snite of tbe inadeauate stairway I remarks : " TVbenever aod wherever .the elocin
provided for them. i of war is raised, let tbe emphatic response of the
The official report of the Burial Committee 1 entire South be. " Get thee behind me, Satan !''
states that 2SE bodies have been taken from the i Our people have already resorted to this sort of
ruins of the Brooklyn Theatre thus far. I arbitrament,' and were ao terribly in earnest
inat mey never sneenmoeo cnui nearly every
Oat Hay.
TJEST CAtirOBJTIA OAT IIAT For Sal. bj
a a?. . , HUU.-2S a ui-
Soalti Ciijrolliia.
ISiUiTEil. SrtXCH BT GOTXXNOS CEiKBCEIJtlX.
family mourned the loss of a gallant son, brother
ln.r.,l,Ar ,1.1,, nFtan killmn. nfAnHm 1. '
been repudiated ; four millions of slaves, our
rizhtful property, emancipated : towns aod cities
Coixxets, Dec 7. Governor Cbambeilain to-1 laid waste, and punt famine and want stared
day -look the oath of o&ce as Governor, in tbe every one in the face. We stale deliberately
State Honse, before Probate Judge Boone, a that the assertion that tbe South is prepared, by
joint resolution repealing the law that the oath force of arms, to seat Mr. Tildeo. or engage in
should be taken before the Cbiet Justice or As- ! another attempt at revolution, is wholly and
Eociale Judge of the Supreme Couit having been , absolutely false. Tbe very men most opposed to
passed previously. The inauguration was over i such folly are the battle-scarred heroes of the
before it was knows in the city, and only a few j lost cause. Tbey have felt the shock' ot battle
parties were admitted by the authorities to wit- ' and realized tbe miseries of war. aad therefore
cess the ceremony. A company ol troops were sonnc agtiast at a renewal ol tee dreadlul spec-
stationed in the lower corridor, and tbe cocsu
bchtry guarded the entrance. Governor Cham
berlain delivered bis inaugural, fie said he ac
cepted the oSce to which,- by a majority of the
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
noit salt: oiy iieretaivia street.
JD manka atde, six lota. lOOzlSO. These are choice
building Iota, situated opposite Messrs. IXlIinsham and
caaue i property, ana nave tne water pipes close tneroto.
FOR SALE. US BERETAXIA STREET. -XA
kal side, orixaglie tbe residence of W K Buchanan. Esq. 1
lota, lKtxl&O. This property Is well fenced, and win he
sola u on or no biocas, or lou eacn.
rOR SALE. OX BERETAXIA STREET, MAE-
ka aide, two Tamable and choice buUdina; allotments, each
4 acres.
TO I.EASE- X) Acres Splendid Grating Land at Ka
maue, xamananni, v, aiaioa.
TOR S AIX In Honolulu, several choice residences.
FOB SAEExtrCr.ri. near JCDDSTBEET,
li acres Taro Laod and ii ouae.
PUB SALE AT KAPALAMA. XEAR BE-
roi-matory ocaouis, IX Acres Kice aad Taro Land.
TOR SALE. AT 51 A NO A, TWELVE ACRES
otcJKuce uanana aia i.aro lana, a narrata.
FOB HALE, AT KALI II I, TWO ACBES On one
tot; oiatucB Taro lasm.
FOB SALE. THE PREMISES K'OW! AS
LIbertr llall. aitnated on Mannakea street. Oorernment
TlUe -Perfect.
FOB SALE, 3CEAB LI LI HA STREET, CLOSE
to Captala Wests property a desirable Taro lot otct ooe
acre. pp-y u
E. T. O'nALLORAX, So&cltor,
At the oOces of the Real &Ule Exchanrp, Z Fort St.
nonololn. where ail persons harlrr property for sale.
lease or moruare may register the same withont paymeot
of any fv-e. en
Civil Engineering.
MB. P. A. df LAXITX. CTTIL EXfilXEER
aad SorTeyor, U prepared to undertake Land ntr
Teymjrlnall lu tranches. Maps constroetM with foil
detalla. Information &rtn in regard to the quality of
sous, nh uteir aoapnoo ior ciusnciaa, t3tiph; uio con
tideratlon locality. accessQdllty. etc.
WATER LEAIft. Eatlmates Klven In regard ta s?xe,
cost, aad capacity,, and amount of power famlBhed by
ROADS ASD BBICGES-Plana and ndautes made
tacle. o. Having uken anew the oath of So. ?. " t m w.m tne w
allegiasce acd plighted oar faith to conserve the He u alio prepsred to ctre lastmction on tnclcal cnlu-
pnbUc peace, we do not intend to be seduced TmUo?-J . . .v t .t , , .
iiu;. ... .,., - Addreai the above throoah the Hoaolola Pott OOce.
into rebeuion npon tsj national issue." (cztcm)
i - . . -
T. LENEHAN ft COi WILDER It CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
LUMBER
OFFER
TIIK rOLLOWIXQ
-A?ti
ALL DESCRIPTIONS
iXor'Wcst Scmtliug, Boaris!
Tongued A Qrooved, SorfaceJ,
Planks, Battens, Pickets!
U la. x i, III, and lx, for
Fencing!
Laths, &c.
REDWOOD
Scantling, Boards, Plank,
Battens lxj. Ut, , 1-JaJ. and
Picteti Houjo and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank. 1-3 lo 2 In.
CLAPBOARDS, LATTICE.
Tonrued and Grooved
B.USTIO SXJDXJSTGr.
PAINTS AND OILS ! TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
ill tolltilS;
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's Use
EASTERN WHITE PIKE,
IRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH California and Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sites ; BLIND, all sites :
WHITE LEAD and ZINC1
PAIXT OIL t (iJIAl.1. PAIXT OIEAP.
Putty aad Varnish,
Glass, Ko.Sx! and!.
Wall Paper and Border
, VERY LOW!
Brown Cotton.
Iron and Tinned Tacbi,
Paint and Whitewash Braibef,
METALLIC AND FIRE-PROOF PAIN!
For Plantation or any Other Use.
Locks,
- - Batts and mages,
Bolts, Screws.
Books aad Eyes, it.
KAILS!
wesiiv im rt iMr.eieinf c? .xa r
aaiL in uua il l ca lu dun.
612 3m
C. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOIt SALE. '
UPON LIBERAL TERMS!
li e C a, r g- o
OF TUE
l-Aainerican Bark Ceylon!
Aotr Due from Ilotlou. Jlouas.
BEST IiLACIiSJIITIl COAL,
BEST ST i: ATI COAL.
Fencing wire, aasortej sizes, annealed and salvanlzeJ,
Galvanized Bockela, assorted atzea.
A General Assortment of Supe
rior Stationery
DRY GOODS
ConsUtiiiC, of
Fancy Drilling, Fancy rrlnta. White Cottons,
HaadLerchlrfs.GIaetams, Custumes, assorted.
Tweeds, assorted ; Ilroadcloths, Coatlafs
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
LIQUORSI
CONSISTING OF
Caiet HeUieict'i Champagne, plot! and quarts
uasieu Lawrence i i.Qampagne, pts and qti.
Baskets Lawrence's Cham pa joe, extra drj,
Caies Henneisj'i Brandj,
Cates Mart ell's xxx Brandj.
Cues PIanat'6 1S32 Brsndj.
Cases Email Genera,
Cates Beit Genera,
Caies Beet Old Tom Gin.
Cases Beit Kinaoan's L Iriib Whlikej,
Caies DonrHle'i Iriih Whlikej.
Best Scotch WbUkey,
Quarter Calks Bet Ilennesi j'b Pale Brandj,
Quarter Casks Best Mart ell's Brandj.
Quarter Casks Jamaica Ram.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry,
Cases Best Old Pert,
Qaarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish .Whiskey,
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
India Palo Ale, pints and qaarts,
Bass A Cors India'Pale Ale, pints aad quarts,
Orange Bitters. In cz'ses.
Boutelleau A Co's 1, 2, 3 and 4 diamond Brandy I
leases ?apcnur tcrmgum.
Cases Foktr! Bitten, Cases Superior Claret,
c, Ac, Ac.
Cstses Jl'KlVAX XXX STOCT, Its atoucjujrs, I
PDOS AND QUAETH.
ID,
Ac,
&c, dc, Ac
F. T. LENEHAN A. CO.
FINE WRITING PAPERS.
f AJI BECEITIXU BY EVOtY ABBIYAL
L
Faojt
SIN FRANCISCO, KEW YORK AND LONDON,
ADDITIONAL SCPFLIES OP
Writing and Other Papers,
A noons which may be found.
Letter Paper, ruled and plain ot rariooa qualities.
from X.M to 1 5-00 per ream.
Note Paper, Plain and ruled, from fS.00 to 5,00
per ream.
French Not and Letter Paper, choice
article-
Cap, Flat Cap, Legal and BUI Papers,
a large aioca at wars ou uauq.
Thin Overland Post, white aodblne, niledor
nonuea.
ALSO
COLORED PAPER,
ot varloos slaea and qoaHty.
TISSUE AJiD COPYING PAI'EUS,
MEDICATED STAB PAPER,
NEWS AND BOOK PAPERS,
MAXILLA WBAPl'I.IO PAl'tB,
thick and tbln qnallSe.
CS" Orders filled at abort nonce.
sM-tm H. M. Whitney.
Xaw Dedrora Oil StOOaS,
1 Skip's Caboose,
Sperm Candles.
Ca3es ToImcco, (ftalakaaa's Favorite,)
Comberbad. Coal, . .
Xew Bedford Cordage, 1 in. to C I
Spnnvaro,
Xeats of Trnnts, foar ia a nest,
lea Chests, Assorted Sizes,
Iron & Galvanized Pipe, 1-2 io. to 4 ia
Lawrence's Dock, Nos. 1 to 10,
Card Matches.
A Very Choice Asst. of Dry' Goods
ConaUdng ta part Of
Mjatic Klrer Sheediics,
Boot Mills tjheeUnes,
Maaaachasetts Sheethsgs,
qtarkA Khe tines,
Bleached Amotkeas; Cottoa,
Brown asd Sleachad Flannels;
Tkaln, Elu DrtlUns
Amoskeae: & Pearl Eiver Denims
10112 D1M.U C1XAIBS.
ONE BLACK WALNUT CHAMBER SET.
Cedar feUoslem, proce BOavrii.
Ccrled Ilalr, rapr Ban, 3b. to Ulh.
Bancs and Deck Plots,
Coal Baskets, Pa! at Bnubea,
I 3 JUMP SEAT CARRIAGES
Bour Uarness,
Uess Beef and Prime Porte.
Eastern naeorar Shocks,
Kigwles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
niTEKECEIlTD
iJor Byron, from Boi
iton
IBOYE CELEB R1TE0 PUBPS. FROI NO. 2 TO 6. 1
AJTO ARE READY TO RECEIYB Oil DEES
for any of tbe pomp of tala make to be fonrarded f
overiaoa u neceasary
BOILER FEED FCXPS,
SYBCP rraps,
1 LVTI LIXBT Pl"Ml,
VACTEM PCMPII,
Pomps for Hot or Cold HeUr, Salt Water
Pasnpa.
Prices and otherlnformarion slveaby
3J Im C. P.BEWEC A CO., A,enU
Knowles1 Patent Steam Pump :
C. BREWER CO.,
Sole AgenU for the Hawaiian Islindj,
HAVE RECEIVED
Per Syren from Boston I
OP TUE
Abote Celebrated Pumps from Sos. 2 to I
Aod are ready to receive orders foe aay of lb Pomps
nf itiTe msYs term si nr orrilinillf nifisaiij
SOIIxn FEED PCMPS, HYUVF PCMPW,
DISTHXFES rt'MPU, VACCTat ITVPI
Paoips for Hot or Cold Water, Halt Water Pampa,
a Prices aod otber taCnoatloa siren by
Slt-toi C liilEWEIl A Co., Aetata.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
rwtm rsnKB-HicxED fo.rnxrn to sr
m. ooa aa coqu price. i am cxmim to aoaSH u
Snrtnic particnlartj dealred to make fr tla fat.
us jo a Buxwm a ca i
PADDY IB EICE.
TO KIUPPERS OP PA DDT, A3T IHPBCS I
slon aeems to prrraU In the Ialaads that paddr be- I
ctbk ot not oeuis samea u we Treat, ts not "n"Mt
freeofdntr. This Is erroneoai. Paddjr betas; nothlac
else bot Bice, the Introduction of the word wtaU iia.v
been snpexfloons. All the paddj- that hat arrlTeX at thto
port Knee um promaitioa or ta Treaty has been ad
mitted free wUhoot ooestk-n.
Parties derfroos cf ahlpplcr Paddr to this market areas- I
wrea mat u wu oe aaimuea rree I aatx.aad bnlle4 aad
dressed In the best possible manner and on fiionUe
terms br WM. 11. GBEESVnOD.
General Cominiatloa Merchant and Proprietor ot India
.bacv fOMJ, oh xranciSOT. vai. eiHm
HIDES, SklNS, TALLOW.
THE UXDEBMGXEII COXTIXCE TO Pl
the klfbeatmaraetprlca for Dry Illoea boatStaH
aod Tallow. !
SltSm C BHEWEE A CD. j
Colored Corals and Shells.
T TIATE XOTT OX KALE THE BALASf
X of the line hhella, Colorad Corals, aad Coral ha
broaant from Ulcronesia la the Itarnln ta. H
floeat aoods ta this Uae ever aea here. JThert art festfj
lew cf eacn, anl tutmrn wto wlaa Ut aecttre to lt0
please appir eanr.
Aa tb above veaaeJ will prUtablr net briac aar s
of these carlo for sale, this wIU be tbnl7 chases
euuuusc ucm, Appi j so
H. M. "WHITNEY.

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