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ocenned in dose enccessicn with appalling
losaes of life and propertr;
St. Loris. Jannarr Hth. A tire brote cut
bortlr after fosr o'clock this morninir in tho
kitchen of the Planters' Ilonsfca sustorj
building, occopjinE the block on Vocrth street,
between Pine and ChettiiGt streets, and extend
ed to the pantrr, storeroom and servants'
; carters. These aro all in a bmldirc in the
tear oi ana ceiacnea irom tnenoiei.wnicnwas
not injnred. One serrant was snffocated, two
fatallr burned and two others hare broken
limbs. Great excitement prevailed among tbe
pieets and other occupants of tbe boose.
Nearly three hundred people filled with horri
ble recollections of tbe JJilwankee disaster,
were rushing hither and thither through tho
main corridors and down the several ttairwavs
into tbe cfEcc and street. The Planters' House
was for a Quarter of a ccntcrv the lst known
hotel in the West, and its fame was extended
bj Charles Dickens in bis " American :votcs.
Sr. PtTxnsuno. Jannarv 15th. The fire
in the circus at Berdischeff broke out toward
the end of the performance, and was cansod hr
tho careless handling ot some fireworks on thf
stage. Tbe curtain became ignited, and thl
flames quickly spread to the walls and roof
The .members of the orchestra were the first
victims. Tho audience, which numbered Sod
persons rushed to the front door, but it opened
; i n. j i r i
could not be opeDcd. A rush was then made
to the two side doors, both of which were nail,
ed up thus compelling people to take to the
windows, from which many sprang into Hi
street with their clothes a "sheet of fiames.
Tho fire brigade arrived in half an hour, but it
was impossible to extinguish tho fiames, as tho
water in tho tasks was frozen. The fire lasted
two hours. An eye witness states that when
the doors were finally opened a mass of burn
ing persons was visible witnin. ine norscs
and properties of the circus were all destroyed.
A man wboee wife and three children were
among the victims, stabbed the senior member
ol too .Merchants liuild in tho street, and then
tried to cut his own throat. It is supposed
the murdered man abandoned his assailant's
wife and children in order to cfiect his own
escape from tho burning building. The circus
was a wooden structure. The borses rnnnin;
about wildly increased tho confusion. It is
stated now that too persons wero sunocated,
crushed or burned to death.
Seattle. W. T. Jannarv 1 Ctb.-The steamer
Josephine, which left this city at half past six
o'clock this morning for Skagit river, haviog
on board a full load of freight and twenty pas
sengers, blew cp this afternoon in Port Susan
Bay, fifty miles north ot this point. Tho Jc
sepihne was owned by J. B. Ball, Xenton
Uartman and rnla liibtun, and was valued at
Hr lha arrival of tbe ftfeamcr PnlitVntt.tv
we nave a fuller report of the disaster to the
Josephene. The explosion occurred at noon,
wane tno passengers were at dinner, me en
gineer was at the table, and declares that when
bo lelt tbe lower deck the cnago indicated 100
pounds and the glass was half full of water;
the crown sheet went straight up through the
forward cabin and tho pilot house, carrvin:
Johnson, the man at tbe wheel, bifh into the
air, causing his instant death. Tho Captain
was on tiie main deck at the time and was lost.
Neither he nor tho purser were seen after the
explosion. The steward and his helper wero
instantly kUlod while waiting on the table.
Tbe body of the steward was afterwards re
covered and left on a part of the wreck, but
before it could be picked up it was washed OS
and went to tbe bottom. The fireman was not
seen afterwards, and undoubtedly was killed
S. E. Cannon, a commercial traveller, repre
senting Bates, Heed & Cooky of Kew York,
was killed, but his body was saved and brought
here. Cannon leaves a wifeand two children
in San Francisco.
The boiler or some other missile went back
through the boat and toro the wheel into a
thousand pieces. The boat broke in two pieces,
one sinking and tbe other fioatior. Tbe In
dians and loggers near Ly went to the assist
ance of the enfortunates at once, and carried
tho two bodies recovered, the wounded and the
others on shore, where thev wero afterwards
picked up by the Politoffsky and brought to
this city. Captain Frank Smith of the latter
steamer tore np his clothing and bedding to
make tho unfortunates easier, and in this war
credit is given to him for saving the life of at
least one lady. This is by long odds the worst
steamboat accident that has ever occurred In
these waters, the only other explosion in fsct,
being that of the boiler of the tug Bcsolute in
ibbfe, .Un ona mat, wu killaJ
Sax Franixsco, January 30. News wis
received this morning of a terrible accident on
the Southern Pacific Bailroad near Tehachapi
Station. The regular southern overland pass
enger train that left this city Friday morning
at half-past nino o'clock was wrecked at the
point mentioned between three and four o'clock
The train consisted of two engines, cne bag
gage car, an express car, a mail car, two sleep
ers, a smoking car and a coach. The train was
in charge of Conductor Bced, an old and ex
perienced employe. The usual time was made
to Kecnc, and at a station a few miles below
the "help" engine was attached to the train,
as usual, to assist in pulling it to Tehachapi
The grade is several miles long, and is an
average rise of about HQ feet to the mile. The
train was pulled safely to tie top, when the
help engine was detached. It is supposed that
the usual precautions were taken to secure the
train while this operation was performed. Bat
after both engines were off, by some cause,
through some possible carelessness or bung
ling, the train was started backwird down the
Tbe final crash of the train and possible
death was expected every second. Down it
dashed, keeping on the-loog, narrow track for
the distance ofnearlvfonr miles. Oneof the
sleepers then jumped from the rails and tho
other cars were piled in a heap. The wreck
look fire immediately from the stoves. Twen
ty-one lives were lost.
Loxdox, January 21. A dispatch from
Hamburg, sent by the Hamburg-American
Steamship Ccmrany says: The Cimbria left
Hamburg on Thursday with 3 SO passengers
and a crew numbering 110. She ran aground
before leaving tho Elbe, but irot off with the
flood tide, with the assistance of the steamer
llansa, without damage, and she put to sea at
half past two o'clock in tho afternoon. On
Friday morning sho came into collision, dur
ing a thick fog, off the island of Borkum, with
the steamer Sultan. The Cimbria sustained
such scteie injuries in tho collision that it at
ones became apparrcnt that she must sink al
most immediately. The ofScers, therefore did
all in their power to save lives. Without a
moment's loss of time life-belts were distribu
ted among the passengers and an order given
to lower the boats. This, however, in conse
quence of the vessel keeling over on her side,
was found to be very difficult on one side and
absolutely impossible on the other. As the
second officer was still engaged in cutting the
spars loose, so there should be as much drill
wood as possible for tho people to clinz to
when the inevitable foundering should occur,
the vessel went down under his fecij He seiz
ed a spar, but as several other persons clung
to it he was obliged to let go, and be swam to
a coat, mis Doat was snnseqaeauy picked
np by the Theta. The second ofiicer steered
the Theta to Cuxhaven. Seventeen other per
sons have been saved by the steamer Diamond
from the TTcser Lighthouse, making fifty-six
mas lar Knuwn to do rescued. According to
me latest lmormauoa, Hi lives wero tost in
the Limnna disaster. There were 412 Das
sengers and 01 officers and the crew on board.
Of six steamers sent out by the Hamburg
American Steamboat Company Saturday night,
lour nave not yet returned, nut as two wnicb
returned found nothing, there is scarcely any
hope left that more of the unfortunates are
Sax Fbajcisco, January 22. At a few
minutes before four o'clock Sunday afternoon.
we noiac ci seven cisnact snoccs startled tbe
people of this city, of Oakland, of Berkeley
and of other towns within a radius of a dozen
ciles cr more of the manufactory of the Giant
Powder Works. located at Flemminir'a Point
on the bay shore, about two miles north of
li a t iiemiej. 1 1 was soon known that a ter
rible disaster bad taken T-lace at that noir.t
From all the country surrounding, aad even
from this city, many persons were soon cn
their way to the locality. Crowds trudged
frua West Berkeley, alter leaving the train
along the sand beach ost to the little nromcn-
tory where fire and smoke could be nlairJr
seen. From Berkeley, the difiercnt explosions
wero plainly seea and lelt. -first, a great docd
of white smoke shot into the air and was fol
lowed skyward by a fiaah and sheets of flame;
then after a few seconds came a report and ac
companying aheck that rattled the windows,
opened the doors and sent a tremor like the
average earthquake through all the dwellings
of the village. Seven times was this sensation
experienced. It was the first Sunday in many
mentis that the manufactory had been in one-
ration. Work was in fs.II blast and about one
hundred Chinese were emnlarcd in the varinc.
headings. Of this number it was at first re
ported that fifty were blown to atoms, but it is
cow knows that not over forty wero killed.
Twenty-fire white men were employed in Tar-
iocs capacities. Of these tha foreman, Ferdi
nand Kamp, was killed, and another, Ovar
Forgoffkry, seriomij injured. j
Sas Fbaxctsco, Jan, 2!. News was re
ceived to-day at the Central Pacific Railroad
oSce that an attempt bad been made to rob
the east-bound overland train on the Central
Paafio Railroad at Montelle Station, 16$ mile
wcstofOgdrn. Tbe attempt was made at one
cm the arrival of the train at that station.
Previous to the arrival of the train, however,
a mounted force of eight or ten masked men
rode up to the station, seized the two white
section men and the five or six Chinamen who
were working on the track under their charge,
and locked them up in the tank house, pre
viously taking from them what little money
and valuables they had. They then awaited
tho arrival cf the train, and when it came in
the robbers at once seized the -conductor.
brakeman and all the train men. Two of them
mounted the engine and covered the engineer
and fireman with their revolvers. Tbe con
ductor and train men were robbed of their
watches, jewelry and money, and were locked
np in the tank honso with the other prisoners.
The emrineer was tlfta compelled to run his
train on a side track. The gang then went to
the express car, forced open the door, and bo
gan a lively fnsilade at A. J. Kcss, Wells,
rargo.v Co s messenger, lint toe nre was
returned br Mr. Ross, who, althonch alote in
the car, made it extremely hot for the attack
ing party. After some twenty-five or thirty
shots had been fired, the robbers, for some un
known, canso mounted their horses and rode
away. o attempt was roado to rob the pas
senger coaches, and the only property stolen
was that belonging to the section men and
Wiieelixo. West Va., January 25, A spec
ial from Koyser, W. Vs., says: One of tho
most terrible and fatal railroad accidents that
ever occurred in this part ol the country, hap
pened on tbe George's Creek and Cumberland
Railroad, running from Cumberland to Lana
coning to-day. It seems that three coal trains
consisting of three locomotives, fifty-two hop
pers and seventeen gondolas, all loaded, start
ed from Cumberland about 2 o'clock this after
noon, all coupled together. One engine was in
front, another in the middle and one in tho
rear, this being the safest way to get don
tho grades this bad weather. In going down
a steep grade several miles from Cumberland
mo DraKee were uuanie to noia me train, ana
it started down tho steep incline at a fearful
nte of speed. The train Kept tho track until
it got on to sotao trestle work having a reverse
curve. Tho front engine then Hew tho track,
dnrcin-r alt the men, sixty-nine cars and the
tto other locomotives after it, all going rolling
anC tumbling down a steep mil lira icct uigD,
on ,o tho Eckhart branch cf tho Cumberland
and Pennsylvania Railroad. The loss of life
is earful, beven dead bodies have been found
amd tho wreck and eight tnoro arc missing,
Tht force of each train consisted of a condnct-
or,two brakemen, two firemen and an engi
neer, in all is, cot one ot wtiom -ncro tonmi
ali-e to tell tbe tale.
Salt Lake. January 21. An accident oc.
cntred on the Denver and RioGrande Railroad
at : o'clock yesterday, in which two men wero
kilbd. The construction engine jumped tho
traik at a point near Pleasant Valley junction,
anc tumbled Into l'nncc nver, Killing tno cn.
triixcr. R. L. Jameson, and a brakeman, Wi.
liau Lawrence. Tho fireman, Charles Stewart,
ant the car inspector, J. 0. Slattcs, were
woinded. The bodies cf the killed wero
bratgbt to Salt Lake this afternoon. Jameson
the! engineer was from Sedalia, Mo-, where ho
bsj a wife and child. Tho wounded men were
plxed in saint jiaiK s uospiui, minis cny
Vrxoosri. Vt.. Jannarr 2. At o clock
thii morning a car ran on the track, colliding
will anouarr car loaded with Keroscno oil,
wlich exploding, set fire to a largo wooden
wajehonso close to the track. The storehouse
wa consumed together with its contents which
cotaisted of wool and mill supplies of all kinds
bcnnging to tho JJurlington itoolen .Mills
Lo.-t S200.000: insurance SiS.000. The fire is
still burning to-night and there are no lacili-
tiesoo hand to extinguish it.
IhXDOX. January 23. Tho steamer Jina
Jaci. from Sardinia, laden with lead, was
wreiked near Swansea. Witnesses of tbe dis
aster saw the crew of twelve men swept from
the masts. The steamer was out ol reach ot
rockets and unapproachable by boats. All
hads perished, including the Captain, who
slapped to swim ashore.
ruiLADELl'UlA, January 30. On Broad it.
tetnicht. a Ianro warehouso containing 40,000
birreis of Hour and tbe adjoining buildings
wjre burned; loss over moo,oqo.
OnnsiiA. January 30. Fonr 6teamcrs, ice
bound in the roads, bare been carricd-io sea in
ai ice-ttoe. I heir late is unknown.
Loxnox. January 30. A steamer, thought
it be the Ontlec, has been sighted at sea dis
abled. A steamer cf 1200 tons is wrecked off
Tltkar light. It is feared the crew is lost
Tbe bark Koual 7ur, from Philadelphia for
li vcrpool, was driven into Penarth Roads ith
dicks swept and other damage dono and one
nan lost. Ten bodies wero washed ashore
rear Pfinrh. A steamer id snnnnani in liava
foundered witii !I uu board, twenty in number
near Port Hall. A vessel, supposed to be the
liMk Male,, was sunk oft 3Iumblcsbead and
twentv-six nersons drowned. She was 1307
tons and belongs to Cardiff. Tbe storm con
Why OambstU Died.
It is stated by the surgeons who performed
the autopsy upon Gambetta that bis death was
caused by perityphilitis, which is defined by
Xicmeyer to be inflammation of the connective
tissue which attaches the ascending colon the
larzc intestines to the iliac fascia?. This
report adds another disease to the combina
tion of maladies which have been attributed
to the dead statesman. Tho truth appears to
be that he was physically in snchannnhealthy
condition that it needed only a slight imme
diate cause to bring him low. borne twenty
years ago he was dangerously ill with malarial
fever. His country residence, where be has
j been during bis sickness, stands on low, damp
ground, with stagnant water near by, and is
considerably below the level of tho Villo
d'Avray railway station, which is close at
hand. During his illness he was attacked
with shivering fits, which seem to indicate
that his old malarial troubles had been revived
by bis surroundings. This was one factor.
but the most important cause ot hi! physical
condition was bis devotion to owrfnaiiifiss.
Gambetta was emphatically what is termed
a high liver. He was intemperate only in
eating. He was never accused of unjne
fondness for wine, but be was powerless to re
sist any daitties which tempted bis palate.
Years of sdeh living reduced him to a gross
unhealthy stato in which he was a ready
victim to disease, while a more specific result
was ms amicuon wun disorders ot tne Kid
neys and liver.
To a man wilh a robust constitution un
stpped by excesses the pistol wound which
Gambetta received would have proved a com-
rnrative trine. Hut to Uambclta tbe wound
vis fraught with the greatest danger; first,
on account of the shock, and, secondly, from
tie necessity of abandoning exercise. A man
cf Gambetta's full babit and voracious appetite
leeded daily exercise as an essential hygienic
neisnre, and to exchango it for close connne
neot was a source of peril, epecially since,
iccording to the reports, he persisted in ne
clecting bis physician's regulations for bis
act. The result was soon seen in a morbid
condition which was manifested in tho usual
signs of Vlood-poisoning, the more immediate
cause of which was probably connected with
lie sufferer's kidney troubles and other dis
orders seated in tbe abdominal cavity. 1 bis
tlood-poisoning or septicaemia probably pro
duced perityphilic, or to speak more properly,
perityphilitis appears to have been its most
aggravated local manifestation. Xiemcycr
states that perityphilitis often occurs late in
sepScaemia, being then classed as a inelastic
inflammation. He continues: "Sometimes the
exulation is absorbed and the disease ends in
rectvery. but more often the inflammation
kacs to diffuse necrosis of the inflamed con
nective tissue and large abces&ea form. Lastly,
the contents of the abcess escape into the
abdjtnen, causing peritonitis." This would
appear to have been the case with Gambetta.
But tho indirect cause of his death was the
coalition of body which arose from his high
living. Xo importance is to be attached to
his asthmatic afflictions, or to tbe existence of
.auuua cuia,sa,e as me lormer prevented
the use of amcathetics. and the latter indi-
caiza a sioggisn ana cnneaimy state ci tne
cirtulalion. Gambetta was himself largely
responsible for the death which followed so
quickly upon an insignificant exciting cause.
It is worth remembering that James A.
Garfield fought for eighty days against the
e9icts of a terrible wound, strurclinz bravelv
UUUI. IHMK UlMMl WU glCailUg 1DIO III,
blood, until pyxmia and exhaustion claimed
their victory. This most heroic endurance
was dee to a constitution unimpaired br anv
excesses, u a physique develoyed by sobriety,
plain living and temperance in all things, and
aided by a matchless will. Had Gambetta
led the abstemious life of the martyr Presi
dent, France would still rank him among her
li i ii.-q tuuasno.
Wlut the WriaUas TelL
The Phrenolodcal Journal has the follow
ing bit of face lore: The faculty of truth
that is, the love of it is indicated by tbe
muscle which surrounds the eye, causing folds
and wrinkles. Justice is in,lintM by the
muscle which causes perpendicular wrinkles
between the eyebrows. Fullness and wrinkles
under the eye, for which some persons are re
markable, indicate the love of mathematical
accuracy; and wrinklea enrviug upward from
the outer angle of the eye and eyebrow indi
cate probity or personal truthfulness- There
are three degrees of the faculty of justice. The
first is a kind of exactness or strict honesty ia
small money matters. -wLich some people
would call closeness j& is indicated by a
singular perpendicular wrinkle or line ltwecn
the e vt brows. The second is tho disnosition
to require justieo in others, and is indicated
by two perpendicular lines or wrinkle, one
on each side of the center a very -common
sign. The third degree is conscientiousness,
or a disposition to apply the rule of justice to
one's self, and is Indicated by three or more
wrinkles or lines, especially noticeable.extend-
Ing above the eyebrows when tbe muscle is in
action. Tho love of command is indicated by
one or more short trsnrerse wrinkle across the
root of the nose, exactly between tbe aye.
It may be seen in great military commanders,
in masters and teachers, and in thoso gener
all who are fond of exercising authority. In
those who are wanting in the power to com
mand, and havo no desire for responsibility,
this aizri is also aloent. The faculty of com.
mand frequently acts with that part of jus
tice which reprimands or requires ethers to
da, right, and both together produce that
frowning and lowering brow which is so terri
ble to evil-doers, or to those who love Jo bo
approved rather than condemned.
Romance of Crime
What would bo said ot a playwright who
should bring on tho stage a melodrama as im
probable and ghastly aa the story of the Rusk
brothers, who committed suicide in Trenton,
X. J lately? Two young men, twins so
marvelously aliko that their own family at
times could not distinguish them, who were
unadulterated ruffians as far as fighting went
who were tho terror of tho quarter in which
they lived, commit as they suppose a murder,
sit up all night talking about it. and coolly
determine that the best thing they can do is
to die. They tdl tho women of the family
what they are going to do, and then com.
posedly go and do it; tving their hands be-
i . i .i. : i , . i. - i , .i
in i, vi turn uav.B aim tucir legs ,uCMicc ,u
that they cannot swim, they throw themselves
into the dam and aro drowned. "Did you be
lieve," their sister was asked, "that they
meant to Kill themselves when they told you
Oh yes. They said liny came into too
world together arid would go out together."
hy did you not give warningr
'It would have been of no nse. Tho bo-is
never went back of their word. Nothing would
have hindered them."
Tho man whom they thought they had kill
ed is recovering. There was stuff in these
men to make something better than street
roughs and suicides.
Another singular phase of tbe new dramatic
forms which crime put on during tho holidays
is the respect which was paid to it in Boston.
That enthusiastic City as wo all know, is never
happy except when on her knees to some prod
igy; but sho has been decidedly uncomfortable
with tbe Ford brothers as objects of admiration.
They wero lecturing to a crowded houso in
that city, bnt taking exception to some criti
cism, proceeded with cocked revolvers to
" clean out the house." A policeman collared
them both, and was about to carry them off to
tho station, when tho manager of tho theater
interfered, protesting he would loso money if
the lecture did not go cn, so tho bonis were
set at liberty and invited up to the platform
again, tho officer however, " taking down tho
names of the wounded men."
This is matched only by the picture uf the
Governor of Missouri calling on Mr- James and
begging leave to introduco his female rela.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
ilcKtnnt Srtct. Ho col nl a, II. I.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
And General Business Office.
Honoo ami ..anils
lp amm! anil Sold;
In All r.irb of tliN Kingdom
IIOOMHTO ItlAT TlIHOl (.IIOIT 1IOMI
AS, 1.1 Ll AnM III ..,. LandlonlilndOvii-
era of lloofra tiid R?al eMalewill htr In mind lint I
am theonlr rrcpcntied Kfil Krtite Arrat and ilont
Broker on l he Ifiand,aatt tt will ht to your interest to
piacc jour uom, trnraicui! auu unvmimig mj nanus
rarticaiarattrntlon riven (o I'rocnriDe rfpoBlbie
Tenanti; fall charge takt-nof l'npr,jr for awtntcct;
intutancc, impair?, lairsana tirr .sjc rxncins at
IDIVL O YMEXT B UREA V
Fill! Al.l.SEEKl.MJ WORK ON THESE IS
AftbU and Managers of riautationf. MilMiiii' own-
era, and Tiadremrn, and all employer who desire
careful attention to tbclr basinet, noold do writ to
nourr me wtten vicanetes exist.
HOMES AND EMrLUYMENT,
Oar friends abroad who tonteniDlaterlillins or rttl
dlur permanently on thee 0 Iland will find It adtanta
na aeieei tDdir notnn, ana inoe nesinnjj trapifT-
Pic 01 win oe iiKi.it ic roTiucu.
Of ereryileMriptlon attended to. Bills collected,
paprre of all Lindt drawn. Hook and Accounts kept
and eoHclted, and care taken to reck the Interests of all
IUtIo? neatly a tranced ray new office depart menu Id
the new Fireproof Prick Ilalldinc adjoining the new
Gaiette' ediBec, I am folly prepared to meet more
extent-ire demand Id bainei than heretofore, and
with my enlarged ftctlitles 1 Invite the patrcmase of
cm ecu 9 on tne inner leianni 10 masc mcir porcnajra
In Ilonolnln through me marantretn" torUe)lonlrr
clote attention, and to purchase- all and every kind of
mcrcnanaise Boucnca, proennnr me iar vn me or
marketable terms tne city afford.
Soliciting Agent for the
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COBTPY
OP JV-B"W YOH31.
r Acknowledged t be the Larzret Safeat and ciot
are ute insurance company in toe worm. ;
TO OUR FORMER STOCK,
Ex Suez, Kalakaua & City of Sydney,
Ship Chandlery it Ship Stores
Cordai; , Hemp Manila, Cotton Dock,
I lax CanTaa. flax tall Twine. Bees ix.
I. locks Oan, B to St ft: fehackle,
i iv e i 13 am. hooks tau inimDica, .no iiocf,
bnatch Blocks. Iron btrap Blocks. Row Locks,
Matt Beads, Met aline and Patent Bathing,
teres, asitd. eizes; Stockholm Tax,
ritch. Coal Tar. Tar Oil.
Bright Varnish. Black Varnish,
1 Ira Rizziasr. Marline.
S-eitiiii llocieline, Gatlin.
punrara. Caolkinc Irani, Copper Tacks,
Iron Tacks. Con nee tine Links, Marlln bpikca,
Caolkin- Mallets. Mast Hoop,,
Hand Spikes, Pitch Mop?, lar Brushes, tc, Ac
Paints and Paint Oil
A Fait Assortment of All Kinds and Colon:
Pacific TtnblxY Fslnt, a new lot, Incladinz an the
33 XT S H UU S !
'Sh,. . VaralA Poicll.
Wbltpwaeb. Pane. ArlUt.
&bor. frcrub aad Sah.
A GOOD AbSORTMEST OT EACH:
Axob cfc -ETrvtolaots !
WOOD AXD. buIKULlNG
m Lanterns and side LiGrrrs-Tiie ifcziu.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
A Fall Auoruntnt of Fine Groceries, JntlodlBj
aotae CrroJceVarietlestif CannedCootlj:
Table Pie Frnlta. Jama and JelBe, a new article, pat
them u belni eonitihlo; really nice;
A New Lot or Teat, fnclodlnj; lotne taperlor Japan
varieties; sl'OAI-Keioed and Raw;
llama. Bacon, Lard, Smoked Beef, in tins, new article;
err. hi ed rowL,
KITS B ALU OX BELLIES
KITS TOXOCES AJfD fcOCXDS,
Codlch, Cheese, Oxford $ansa?e. In tins:
Ralrfn. In i. i and half Imim-
lUlilas, la tlci; entrant, !a i 7 lb. t!a;
Pickles, la 1 cat-. hf.raL.flii. and Snl, Vea:
c-mu. tmpttKM. vermicelli.
jtacvoBi, irntu Apple,
IIo-ulx- efc Bread.
Uoldra Gate Extra Family.
Gfabim Omtatist Cnrrx Val
Median Bread, Crackers, an aiacrtment;
uiBjer Pnp. iaar. eatoon mot Dread.
Soda BIscnfu, BICE AXD COFFEE,
WHALE AX0SPERX OO,
SPERM CAN DLES, 4 and U .
ALL OF THE ABOVE
Seld atllic Rest Market Rates
Buyer are mo-i respectf ally Invited to tail and
Examine Onr fclock.
BOT ,T .ES cfc OO.
i account of rrtEssurtE of
her pttrrros tfcal tbe wi,: n-e u,em onlr on WEDXET
DAfs wd FHITUYS of each &,Au fitw
MtV. A. M. BELLI H,
N. 101 rnrt Street.
I v m.
1 J 1 vl n
JSTew Croods by Iate Arrivals
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
Received by Castle & Cooke
ALSO, TO ARRIVE BY VESSELS DUE FROM ABOVE PORTS. AND
To im at .LOWEST HATES
Suitable for Plantations, Country Stores
Or I'AMILIKS. Orders Killed at ShorttM .Notice and ilth Satl
taction to I'lirchiiMTS. Attention N Called to Onr
Improved. Paris 3? L O "W
THE ONLY GENUINE PARIS PLOW. MADE Ol POLIM1ED CAST bTEEX and baaxaa;ed
Equal, If not Better,. nan rut Meet Breaking Plow In the .Market. Alto, other makes uf
Plows on Hand e-f Moline Plow Co.. Joan Deere at Co., Jtc. Can; Plow,
llonelloc Planet Jr. Cane Knives, madeof beat steel to onr order: Planters' lloea.ft. I. Sand t s
ntths. Axe and lick Mattocks. Pick, Hoe, Adse, o-o. Axe and other handle ; Baldwin Feed Ctltm
Leather Beltin-, 3 to 12 .tub, best quality . India Robber Ilwe. s. I, I'i- il and: Inch Ox Yoke
(il!oi, Axlea. for horse and mnle carts; Pvrtable lorse, Kfi Anvils. Canal Barrow.
Soaptone and A be to bteam Packlnj;. Best Fat India llabber bieam ivkln;. S ti . inch
Babbet Meul, Lace Leather and Latin? India Robber Mean, picklae;. round and so sire all sixes
Asbestos Boiler Comtns and Mvam Pipv do.. Machinery Olla lard, cmtojr and ryllsder VaurovtOi
DISSTON"S CELEBRATED SAWS AND FILES, ALL SIZES (
Xn Jt Jackson1 and Mnbb'a Fik Hammer fur Carpenters, Machinist. Uttk.tnllbi Jt IIorMilun-r.
Cut and ronStt il! tire- 11orfl and Male Shoe 'alI,Galv Nai!. Cnt Spikes. IlrrieA MtleTTee
Latest Improvements in Shelf Hardware
llaMract'a 11 L Oil. at Vtrj Low Kiln . lluklmcl.'. IVhlle tad Ktd L-.J.. Ii,t, bmaU l'alau In oil
Mite .VinnhctariDi: Co' bim I'ciL Irrisillnr aad VKnam rampa. n.on'. raltal I .-niritnr.i.
STAPLE 3D 3EtS" GOODS!
Uentms, S and 9 ox . TkUnz. A C A
A Fine Assortmtnt of White Franel
indDox. TtcUnz. A C A, Bandl Bleached and rnbleached Cottons. Rnaola DliMf .
Bleached Drill, Linen fcheetlnr;. Monlto Uft Net, Bloe and Starlet Flannel
STAPLE GROCERIES, Golden Gate, Star k Superfine Flour
Columbia ItlTf r alInoB, Itijn Cans Also, Califorau Lime. Tortlaad sod HydjaiUlr C-'Bitc
For Kerosene Oil We Offer THE PALACE, and Guarantee
itcannotbebeatfor quality or price; also, THE
VULCAN, a good oil and above tost:
WOODWARD & BROWN'S CELEBRATED PIANOS!
Tlie Cheapest (iood Piano; New llaten 0ri:an Co.N l'arlor Organs.
t W. IUHIUB & CO., NEW QOODSl
DILLINGHAM & CO
OFFEH FOR SMI
am. .m.u.....b ... i v ........ J" 1 1 "TJtH; TO AXNOOi'ClJTHATTHET
1I.W-..I....1 lw.i- . ""aI"lrapltdldAwtin1to,Cew.
llCtelH'll pel from V-wriork and Soslaod, to ttblca ikrr
fslj laTlle tbe attentton or boycra Tot Uoud aatls:
brca boasht for rata it tbe lowt.t prices rallaa PR
- lioni to tbt rcceot adTincu. a offered apo. eieptfoa
3anlr OnAPOIl " voraWc l.m Special atlntlM It alP4 1.
niEtlt EfLL. L1NICS OP
At;itICUn i!AL Ull'LEHKMS !
ll4e upoa Ibo ns-ealloni of bnpir ITiater.- 1.
been proconnced by comiwtoat od5 to be tbe
Sntrogest, Easiest Handlod,
And mofieffectlrr Breaker ix. r utuvdm d Into tbl,
FULL LINES OF M0LIHE PLOWS,
ASH TO AHKIVE IXlt
STMR. ft HA3STSA "
NOW FULLY DUE:
Cases, G, 7, 8 and 9 fect, test English Corru
gated ltoofiog, Galvanized Hidging for
liUs. llcst Knglish Tortland Ccmcnl,
Bdls. lst Annealed Fencing Wire, Xos. I, 5,
Furrow Dowa. Mvenl tlaea aad tvl. -Cuba
Dujie I-lowe. Hide 11111 riiraa.
Doable iad Mtile horel I'lo.i.
Woll Dow. taileanJTtleiph Tl - A;
Bdla. lest Englisli Oalvaniicil Fencing Wire ''"'ST," ,' .""feeeot .'!"."' iaejdis tb. Tram. a
fateot Harrow, wblch Laa met with auc ca
.-.v. h.iu( uc irea--u. acaaoo
Cl'LTIVATOHS, HOUSE H0KS,&c.
' A Lr. AioruBtrni
I Ox Yoke. Ox Bows, Ox Chain.
1 Momn Pnllr. (Irrita itn..- .nma.l,
Wetton' Differential I 'alky Block
Carriage Springs. Cart and Carriig Axlw.
Fodder Cntter. Corn Mills. Hominy Mi.
Oardea and Lauai Barrow
With genuine Concord Axlea-Swwt'i tM '.
capacity on band
LUBRICATING OILS A SPECIALTY.
ArbanytyUsdcrOil.iompouiiil and if
ask, Sheetings, and Cambric llandker- In qaannuea to .nit of tb- fate!.' Etzcnut bra
cniels, direct Irom IJelfast, Ireland.
A small invoice of choice WATER COLORS, i KEROSENE OH, STOVES
bj Celebrated Artists. t
Alio, to arrive bj Vessel now loadioffat la treat earict;-iartklr-prarUrl aud-otUelt ae.
0,MS0W : i English and American Painls and Oils
A Uast-lron Vacuum Pan !
6 feet in diam. by 7 feet deep.
1 Vacnnm Pumping Engine, 11-inch Cylinder I
and 12-inch stroke. I
3 Wrcu;tl-Ircn Tanks, each 1,000 gallons :
1 Wronght-lron Chimney, 6S feet high, 37. in ;
uiam i.B-incn inter.
1 Mnltitobnlar Boiler, 10 feet long, G feet in
diameter, with fornace, front doors, etc.
1 30-inch Weston's Patent self balancing Soi-
Xos. 5 and 6,
Coils Galvanized Wiro Rope, all sizes,
llales Genuine Twilled, lllne-striid
(Of which there is a number of worthless
imitations in tho market). We aro tto Origi
nal Importers and SOLE AGENTS oflheso
Celebrated' Rags, and the great demands for
them from the planters has induced some
manufacturers and their agents to'get np a
cheap imitation of them.
A Fine Assort'int. of Crockery!
A Splendid lot of English and French Grocer
ies, (particulars will bo given on arrival
of the Steamship "Hansa. ALSO
A small invoice of beautiful Irish Linen Dam-
ralnt and VTbllewaab Brn.be' Tsrpeallae
BERRY AND VALENTINE'S
DOS. V ADMtaura,
Itabber Garden lltM.. r,. f
Pampa aad lljdnallc u
fonder. bbot aad Csm.
pended Sugar-Curing Centrifugal Jla-
enmes, wun tne requisite independent
Iron Framing, Wrought-Iron Sugar Mirer
of 2,000 gallons capacity, with Stirrer.
unviog uear cvc.
1 High-Pressure Diagonal
Steam Engine !
0-inch Cylinder, lS-inch stroke, with
Governor, Fly-wheel and Belting for
2 AVronght-lron Evaporators.
t o-slN, Steam Clarifiei.
Hheet Lead. Cabbht v.iai .
uxea lie i-iaie. w te (.loth.
sae Pan, aad Pry pana.
Charcoal Irona. Wooden VUI
SHELF HARDWARE Or ALL KINDS,
T Ml. and Labor Savin- IH. l -
A LAEGE VARIETY of SCALES
PUUorm Scale, Dormant Seaje
vf roeer. aad Batter 8eale
Family ttcale and Calanee
House Furnishing Goods,
A FU Ub of Tinware. Arate Iron Wart
. lea Cream rreeam Irom i U) ipwir .
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns
elSCTbert1"'" " wutk "'" "pncAaal. :
SO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
iwfreaf1''" eaxefall, and peraptlj aa
DILLINCHAM A CO,
CT Fort Street.
75 HEAD COOD WELL BROKEN
rOK SALE ebeap for caeb orean ttran aur
ajl. ed on. .ALSO.
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
IE ft, lenetha: 14 Iba. to tk. A 4 LAHGE BtTRTP WAr.OVS
Jutreteirelper' DaUof Abercora " I rB IlactlXO cSt
rroa Ueerpool ! flNF NFW RnnCCHCPIr' tlllUQ OIDT
w i cries , """""-ni-frt uuwr urini,
O W AIACP-AEL-ISE i
Azenta for Jno. roller a. Co
STEAM AND VACDDM PDMP8
teed to be cbeaper and better tkia TinV otw .mT5
map ImporHT W, talllb. mavSJttuKT, par
ttolulr io ibe rataia Ilnp, wblcb 1 FeVa co-aMl
tl3M and naeTTtoblt tbin Mber Msnp."
. BitlWIB CO.
ia GOOD OltDCK.
applj I. Ihe nadertlrned at noiu.kix.Ua,all.u
ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
AI ALL 1'AltTIE.S OTIIKR IX
Uoaoia,. at aar of Ibe Ialaadi la tac Ore-rp
In Want of Employees
laaed, bo arUl ia all la UHt poet to all taefr orSrra
P. C. JOTCES. Jr. 1
I- 6- ATHa-brAiH. . I S,brai.i
B. T. D1LUXGBAJI.
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