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COLOGNE CATHEDRAL.
Fmm etoaea ur.qnarried, snj with unborn hmds,
Toe i.ui.u-T, rr«w. i.,ir, wruughl;
T J .v. romplcte, a vast cathedra atar.dt,
Toe offering of hi* thought.
Each flower of stone first bloesoraed in bis brain ;
His f&ury rfeirtd these tpires ;
His §on', prophetic, saw thefimiJied faitt.
And heard ths echoing choirs.
Greatly be pluned, and m.jldered into dust ;
Forxotteu i, v, 8 i.ame ;
But km lon* oeetarMM fa Ell bis trust,
Ai.a cuafeeerate his fame.
W» »a'.!d oar high ideas, one and all ;
Wo build, aad pius a«ar ;
Wf.otber ii,e airy hUa ttaiid or fill
We have no i^jwer fr> say.
We sow tbe »ce<i thit .->ther men m»y reap.
Who kcow not us i.or ours ;
We scheme a^id pin ; l hen, iire«, fall asl'-ep—
The future has the flutters.
Perchance scrdreanu mv in some Tar-fff day
3e fruitful— who can tell »
Ar..i nrtn 1 us, aa we of t im, shall siy—
"Thu>« buiidera buiiiien well."
-!F. W. Clarke.
PADDY THE PIPER.
[Simue'. Lorcr, bora >t Dublin, 1757; died 6tli
JU}, IS-tW. Ha w-euifiert with the tereafcie genius
o( Mi cumy, and woo repule as fnin'-er, post,
novelitt IBMh, dramatist, and as a public outer.
1 1 ■■!.< r. Uolirkhig hun-or ». the l.aiiii if tbiracter
ittic of hi* iitci.-jr work Of i w "Lejundf* »:id
St«#ri«! «*f IrelaMl, from whicto tbU cturv iv taken,
the XtAcrtmta »i>l : - 'Thert:aoy rctuit. tiie irai
tureuf eui.mi g »ith Spirent ■mjßrilT. and u:s
compute ttir->^hU»wt.M combined with tl.r.«.i
i.es*. to frnjmrutly found in Ireland, hta never Inn
better portrayed tilau in these vulunie*." iir. \i v
Ms chief work* » tre, t> ti n « the one 'already ii«-n-
Uoned, " Kurj O'Ufrt, 11 •' H»ndr Andr." •' L. S
D. , Trf a.-.ur~ Trw*," ai.d " Songs a::d i'.ilxJa. " lie
wrote the music for tnt cvr-t of i:i» own bor.^a, and
several of thembecatce tnii. c: t y ;>»>;.u ar.J
I'll tell yen, eir, a mighty quare story,
and it's aa true »v I'm s:ant!iii' here, and
th?A'u bo lie : It was in the lime of the
'ruc'iou, whin the long summer days, like
mmy a fine fellow's p-eciens life, was cut
si; -rt by raieoa of the u,ar::al law,
ti at wouldn't let a decent boy be
out in ti e evecin,' good or had ; for whia
th» day's work was over, divil a one of uz
dasr go to meet a friend ovrr a gia>s, or »
girl at the dane?, but must go home aud
shut onrsclvs up, aud niver budge, nor
rue latch, cor dlira* bcult autil tho moru
jnz keru *gin.
WtV, to coma tomy stary : 'Twas afther
nightfall, and ire wor sutin' round the tire,
acd the pratces was boiim', and the nog
gins of buttermi k was stashing ready for
our suppers, wlio a knock Item to the door.
' Whifeht,' say a my father, ' here* the s j re
come upon oa cow,' rajs he ; ' bad iuck to
tii-ni, the viiliaijh ; I'm afeard they seen a
glimmer of the fire through the crack ie
the duor,' f;;} s he. ' N l ,' says my mother,
'fur I'm kf:r.tr hangin' an ould sack and
my new petticoat agio it a while ago.'
*\Vcll, wl.ieiit, any how,' «a\s my fathtr,'
' for there's a knock agin ;' and we all held
our tocju s ti 1 another thump kern to the
door. 'Oh, it's all folly 10 purtind any
more.'eavß my father ;• • they're too cute
to be put ctf that-a-way,' cays he. '(!.>
iS/iaraus,' c; ys he to rue, ' and sco who's in
it.' *Hn on I see who's in it in the
dark ?' says I. ' Well,' says he, « light the
candle, thii<, and tee who's in it, but dou't
open the door for your life, barriu' they
break it in,' Gays he, 'exceptin' to the
t< j r.-<, and spake them fair if it's thim.'
iSo with that I wint to the door, and
there was another knock. ' Who's there f
Bays I. ' It'a me,' says he. • Who are
yr.uY'saysl. ' A irind.'Hiya he. ' Biith
ershir,' says I, ' who are you at, all ?' ' Ar-
Tih ! don't you know me ?' bays he. 'Divil
a taste,' Bays I. 'Sure I'm Paddy the
piper,' eays I, 'is it you, Paddy, that's in
it ?' ' Surra one else,' says he. 'And what
brought yon at this hour V says I. 'By
gar,' says he, ' I didu'c l.ke goin' the rouii'
by the road, Bays he, ' aDd *o I kern the
Short cnt, and that's what delayed me,'
Bays he. 'O?, bloody wars !' says I —
' Paddy, I wouldn't be in your shoes for the
King's ransom,' says I; 'for you know
yourseif it's a hsn^irg matthtr to be
cotched cut these times, ■ sa3 sI. ' Sure I
know that, 1 fays he, 'God Lelp me j and
that's what I kern to you for,' sayß he ;
'aud let me in for old acquaintance sake,"
says poor Paddy. ' Oa, by this and that,'
says 1, 'I'darn't open' the door for the
wide world ; and sure you know it; and
troth if tluHugshiansorthe Yto'b [Yeomen]
ketches you,' eiya I — ' they'll murder you,
»3 mre as your name* Paddy.' 'Many
thanks to you,' fays he, ' for your good in
tintions ; hut, plaza the pigs, I hope it's
not the likes o' that is in store for me, any
how.' *.F.*ix then,' says I, 'you had
bettber lose no time in hidin' yourself,'
sayß I ; 'for throta I tell you it's a short
thiail and a long lope the Himhians wcild
be afther givin' you — for they've di jus
tice, and les3 mercy, the villians !' 'F*ith,
thin, more's the raiuon yon should let me
in, Bhamu»,'eays poor Padrty. 'Its folly
to talk,' *ays I ; '1 darn't open the door.'
'Oil, then millia marther !' tays Paddy,
'what'll become of me at all, at all,' says
he. 'Go »ff into the shed,' cays I, 'behind
the house, where the cow i?, and there
thore's an illigant lock o' srraw that yen
may go sleep iv,' saj a I, 'and a line bed it
id be for » lord, let alone a piper.'
So I*ll* Paddy set to hide in the shed, and
t'nroth it wint to our heaits to refuse him,
turn him away from tho door, more, by
tokeD, whea the pratees was reaJy- for
sore the bit and the Bup ia always welktm
to the poor thravelcr. Well, w<3 all wict
to bed, and Paddy hid himself in the cow
house ; and con I must tell you how it wan
with Paddy: You see, afther sleeping for
aouie time Paddy wakened up, thiakm' it
was morning', but it wasn't mornin" at all,
but unly the light of the moon that de
ceived him ; but, at all evin*s he wanted to
be stirring airly, bekase ha was goin'
off to the town hard br, it bein'
fair-day, to pick up a few ha'pence with
his piper— for the divil a better piper
was in all the country round, nor Paddy ;
and evtryone gave it up to Paddy, that he
was illivant on the piper, and played
'Jinny Barg'd the Weaver,' beyant tellin',
and the 'Hare in the Corn,' that you'd
think tho very dogs was in it, and the
horsemen riain' iik-j mad.
Weil, as I was sayin', he set off to go to
the fair, and he wint raeanderin' along
through the field?, but he didn't go far,
»!• til climbiu' up through a hedge, when he
was comin' oat at t'other side, his head kern
plump agin somethin' that made the fire
flash out iv his eyes. So with that he looks
vp — and wfeftt do you think it was, Lini be
merciful unto U, bat a corpse hangiu' out
of a brarjoh cf a three. ' Oh. the top of
the momia' to you, sir,' eayg Paddy, 'and
is that the way with yon, my pcor fellow ?
throth you took a start out o' me,' says
poor Paddy ; and 'twas thrue for him, for
it would make the heart of a stouter man
nor Paddy jump, to ccc the like, and to
think of a Cnriethan craihur being hangtd
up, all as one »s a dog.
Now 'twas the rebels that hanged this
cl:ap — beka»e, you see, the corps bad got
clothes an him, and that's the raison that
one might know it was the rebel; — by
rayson that the Hueibians and the Orange
men never hanged anybody wid 'good
o'othes an him, but only the poor and de
fioceless crathara, like uz ; so, aB I said
before, Paddy knew well it was the boys
that done it; 'and,' says Paddy, eyefn'
the corpf. 'by my soul, thin, but you hare
a beautiful pair of boots an you,' says he,
' and it's what I'm thmkin' you won't have
any great use for thim no mere ; and
sure it's a soame to see the likes <■' tue,'
says he, 'the best piper in tie sinn coun
ties, to be trampin' wid a p»ir «f ould
brogues not worth three traneens, and »
corps wid such an illigant pair o' boots,
that wants iome one to wear thim.' So,
with that, Paddy lays hould of him by the
boots, and began a pullin' at thim, but
th«y wor mighty stiff ; and whether it was
by rayron of their being so tight, or the
branch of the three a jiggin' opanddown, all
M one as a weighdee buckettee, and ret
lettin* Paddy cotch any right honlt o
thim — he could get no advantage o' thim
at ali — and at last he gey it up, and was
goin' away, whin lookin' behiod him
•rid, the sight of the illgant fine boots
was too much for him, and he tamed back,
determined to h»ve tbe boo's, anyhow,
by fair means or fonl ; and I'm loath to ;
tell you now hoar he got thim — for indeed
it was a dirty turn, and throth it was
the only dirty turn I ever knew Paddy to
be guilty ay ; and you see it was thie
a>-way ; 'poo my tow!, he pulled out a big
kcife, and by the same token, it was a
knife with a flue buck handle, and a mar
therin' big blade, that an uncle <>' mine,
that was a gardener at the Lird's made
Paddy a priaint ay ; and more by token, it
was not tbe first mi.-chief that knife done,
for it cut lore between thim, that was the
best of friendd before ; and cure 'twas the
wondher of every one, that two knowledg
able men, that ought to know better, wonld
do the likes, and give and take sharp steel
in friendship ; but I'm forgettia' — we'll, he
oats with his knife, aud what does he do,
but he cut off the legs ar the corps ; 'and,'
cays he, ' I caa take aff the boots at my
oorivauience ;' and troth it was, as I uud
uti >rs. a dirty turn.
Well, bir, he tuck'd np the legs under
his arm, and at that minit the moon
petped out frcm behind a cloud — ' Oh !is
it there yoa are t cays he to the moon, for
he was an impident chap — mil thin, seem'
that he had made a mistake, and that the
moonlight deceaved him, and that it wasn't
the airly dawn, as he conceaved ; and bein'
friken'd for fe&r himself might be cotched
aad trated like the poor corps he was
afcher mutilating, if Its was found walk
ing iv the counthry at that: time — by
g.r, he turned abtut, and walked back
agin to the cowhouse, and, hidin' the
corps's legs in the straw, P&diiy wint
to sleep agin. But what do you
thick ? the divil a long Paddy was there
antil the sojers kern in airnesi, and, by the
powers, they carried off Paddy — and 'laith
it was oaiy aatvia' him right for what he
done to the poor corps.
Well, whin the morning kern, my father
says to me, ' (Jo, Saamua. ' ssys he, ' tot ha
shed, and bid poor Paddy come in, and
take share o' the pratets, for I ;;o bail he's
ready for hisbreakque*t by this, anyhow. '
Well, out I wint to ths cow-house, and
calltn out 'Paddy!' *nl afth«r caliin'
three or four time?, and gettm' no aniwer,
I wint in, and called agin, and divil an
au&wer I got still. ' Blood-an-agers !' Eays
I, 'Paddy, where are you, at al', at all?"
and so cattin' my eyes about the shed, I
seen two feet sticking out from i.rrlLor the
hape o' sthraw — 'Mushi! thin,' says I,
' bad luck to you, Paddy, but you're fond
of a wurru corner, and maybe you haven't
made yourself as enug as a flay in a
blanket 1 But I'll ditturb your uhrame?,
I'm thir.kin,' gays I, and with that I laid
hould of his heels (as I thought, God help
me), and givin' a good pull to wafcen him,
as I intindid, away I wint, head over heels,
and my brains was a'utunt knocked out
agin the wall.
Well, whin I recovered myself, there I
was, an the broad o' my back, and two
things etickin' out o' my hand*, like a
pair o' Husehian's horse-pistilc — and I
th' ught the sight 'id lave my eyes, whin
I seen they were two mortial legs. My
jew'J, I threw them doun like a hot
pratee, and jumpin' up, I roared out mill;*
murthT. On, you muriherin' villain,' says
1, shaking my fist at the cow — 'Oh, you
unnath'ral baste,' ir.ys I, ' you've ate poor
Paddy, j oa theivin' cannable, you're worse
tnau a neyger,' says I ; 'and bad luck to
you, how dainty ym are, that nothin' 'id
serve you for you supper but the best piper
in Ireland? Wfirattkrut vnira&ihru !
what'll tbe whole counthry say to such an
unnath'ral murther? and you, JGokin' aB
innocent tnere as a lamb, aud eating yonr
hay, as quite as if cothin* happened.'
With that, I ran out, for throth I didn't
like to be near her ; and g' in' into the
house, I tould them ull about it.
' Arrah ! be aisy,' tays my father. 'Bid
luck t i the tie I tell you.' says I. 'Is it
ate, Paddy?' says they. 'Divil a doubt of
it,' B.iy3 I. ' Are you fure, Shatnas ?' gays
my m >ther. ' I wish I was as sure of a
new pair of brogues,' says I. 'Bid luck
to the bit the has left iv him, but hia two
legs.' 'Aud do you tell ma abe ate the
pipe 3, too ?' says my father. 'By jjor, I
b'iieve so,' emys I. 'Oh, the divil fly away
wid her,' says he, ' what a cruel taste «he
has f.;r music !' 'Arrah,' cays my mother,
' don't be cureing tba oow that gives trie
milk to the childher.' ' Vis, I wil!,' Eays
my father ; ' why shouldn't 1 curse sitch aa
unua'h'ral hivte ?* ' You oughtn't to curse
any livin' that's undhtr your reiof,' aiys my
mother. 'By my bowl, thin,' says my
father, 'she shan't be uadher my roof any
more ; for I'll sicd her to the fair this min
it,' siys h°, ' and srll her for whatever
she'll b >rg. Goaff.'tays he, 'Shamus, the
minit you've ate your breakqaest, and
rtbrfve her to the fair.' • Throtb, I don't
like to dhrive her,' sa>B I. 'Arrah, don't
be ma- in' a gommagh of yourself, 1 gays
he. ' Faith, 1 don't,' says I. ' Well, like
or no like,' says he, 'you rr.tut dhrive her.'
'Sure, father,' says I, 'you could take
more care of her yonrgelf.' ' That's mighty
good,' s»ys he, 'to keep a dog and bark
myself ;' and faith I rec'llected the sayin'
from that hour ; 'let i:i •■ have no more
words about it,' says he, 'but be aff wid
you.'
S3 aff I wict, and it's no lie I'm tell in',
whin I B»y it was sore agin my wiil I hail
anything to <lo with bitch a villain of a
baste. But, howsomever, I cut A brave
long wattle, thit I migrt dbrive the mm
ather iv a thief, aa el c Wi<, without bein'
near her at all, at aj).
Well, a A-ay we wir.t along the road, and
mighty throng it wuz wid the boys and the
g'rls, and, in thort, all sorts, rich and poor,
uigh and low, ciovrdiu' to the fair.
'God save you,' cays one to me. 'G^d
save yon, kindly,' says I. ' That'g & tine
baste you're dhrivin',' says he. "Throtb,
she is,' says I; though God knows it wint
agin my heart to say a good word for the
lifces ot her. ' It's to ttie fair you're goiu',
I suppose,' says he, ' with the baste?' (He
was » snug-lockin' farmer, ridin' a purty
little gray h»ck ) ■ Faith, thin, you're right
ennugn,' aays I, 'it's to the fair I'm goin I.'1 .'
' What do you txpec' for her,' says he.
' Faith, thin, myself doesn't know,' says
I — and that was thrue enough, yeu gee,
bekase I was bewildered .like, abont the
hajite, intirely. 'That's a quare way to be
goin' to market,' fays he, ' and not to know
what you expec' for yenr baste. *Ojb,
says I— not likin' to let him Buspict there
waa anything wrong wid her— 'och,' aays
I, in a careless sort of a way, ' sure no one
can tell what a baste '11 bring, antil tbey
come to the fair, 1 says I, 'and see what
price is going. 'Indeed, that's nsth'ml
enough,' tays he. ' iint if you wor bid a
fair pr;ce before you come to the fair, ture
you might as well take it,' aays he.
'Oh, I've no objection in life,' eayg I.
' Well thin, w hat will you ax for her ?' says
he. ' Why thin, I wouldn't like to be on
raysor-rble,' says I (for tte thruth was, j on
know, I wanted to get rid iv her), ' and bo
I'll take four pounds for her,' »ays I, ' and
no less.' 'No lees?' says he. 'Wbysure,
that's chape enough," says I. 'Throth it
is,' cays he ; ' aud I'm thinkiu' its too
chape it is,' s»ys he ; ' for if there wasn't
somethm' the matther, it's no f . for that
you'd be felling the tine milch cow, as the
is, to ail appearance.' ' Indeed, thin,' says
I, 'upon ray conscience she is a fine milch
cow.' 'Maybe,' says he, 'she's gone off
her miik, in regard that she doesn't feed
well?' 'Och, by this and that,' cays I,
'in regard of feedio', there's not the likes
of her io Ireland ; co make your mind
ai»y, and if you like her for the money,
you may have her.' 'Why, indeed, I'm
not in a hurry,' says he, 'and I'll wait
till I see bow tbey go in the fair.'
•With all my heart,' says I, purtendin'
to be 00 ways consarned ; bnt in throth I
began to be afeared that the people was
seeio' aomethin' onnath'ral about her, and
that we'd never get rid of her at all, at all.
At laat we kern to the fair, and a great
sight o* people was in it— throth yon'd
think the whole world wn there, let
alone the standin'a o' gingerbread and
illigant ribbina, aad makin'a <>' beautiful
gowndf, and pitch-and-tots. and merry -go
roan's, and tints with the beat ay drink in
thim, and the rHdles piayin' up t' ineour
age the boys and girls; bat I never micded
them at all, but detarmint to sell the
thievin' rojjus of a cow afore I'd mind any
rlivarshin in life, »o an I dhriv her into the
thick ay.the fair, whin a'l of a suridinr, aa
I kern to the door ava tint, up sthrack th«
pipes to the tuoe ay 'Tattherin' Jack
Welsli,' and my jsw'l, in a mitit, the cow
cock'd her ears, and was makin' a dart at
the tint.
' Oh, murther !' says I, to the boys stand
in' by, 'hould her,' eays I, 'honld her — she
ate one piper already, the vagabone, and,
bad luck to her, she wants another now.'
' Is it a cow for to ate a piper V says one
o' thim.
' Divil a word o' lie in it, for I seen his
corps rcygelf, and nothin' left but the two
leg?,' says I ; ' and it's a folly to be sthriv
in' to hide it, for I ccc she'll never lave it
atf — as poor Paddy Grogan known to bis
cost. Lord be marciful to him.'
' Who's that takiu' my name in vain ?'
says a voice in the crowd ; aad with that,
shovin' the throng a one side, who the
divii should I see but Paddy Grogan, to all
appearance.
' Oa, hould him too,' says I ; ' keep him
ay me, for it's not himself at all, but hia
ghost,' cays I ; 'for ho was kilt last eight,
to my sartin knowledge, every inch ar
him, all to his legs. 1
Well, sir, with that Paddy— fcr it hkm
Paddy himself, as it kern out afther— fell
a laugbin,' and that you'd tniok his sides
ud split ; and when he kern to himself, he
ups and he tould us how it ««, as I towld
you already ; ' and the likes ay the fun
they made ay me, was beyant teilin 1 , for
wrongfully mieJoubtiu' the poor cow, and
layiu' the blame of »tiu' a piper an her. So
we all wint into the tint to have it ex
plained, and by gor it took a full gallon o'
sper'ts t' explain it ; and we dhrank health
and long life to Paddy and the cow, and
Paddy played that day beyant all tellin',
and rnony a one said the likes was never
heerd beforo or stnee, even from Padd*y
himseif— and ay coorso the poor slandered
cow was dhruv homo agin, nnd many a
qntit day she had wid uz afther triat ; and
whin she died, throth my father had Bitch
a regard for the poor thing, that he had
her Bkinned, and auili^ant pair of breeches
made out iv her hide, and it's in the fam'ly
to this day ; and i=n'tit mighty remarkable
it is, what I'm goin' to tell you now, but
vJs as thrue as I'm here, thas from that
out, any one that has thim breeches an,
the minit a pair o' pi,>es sthrikes up, they
can't rest, but goes jiggin' and jiegia' in
their sate, and never stops as long as the
pipes is playin'— and thtrp, there is the
very breaches that's an me now, and a fine
pair they are this minit.
ANECTODE OF CERVANTES.
"Loving reader," says he, in the preface
to " Persiles and SigUmunda," "as two of
my friends and myself were comiDg from
the famous town uf K-quivias — famous, I
say, on a thouss»d accounts ; first, for its
illustrious families, and, secondly, for its
illustrious vines, etc, — 1 heard somebody
galloping after us, with intent, as I imag
ined, to join oar company; and, indeed, he
soon juatiiied my conjecture by calling out
to ub to ride more Buf .ly. We accordingly
waited for (his stranger, who, riding up to
us upon a ahe-asH, appeared to bo a gray
student, for he was clothed iv <r iy, with
eoautry takim each as peasants wear to
defend thtir legs in harvest time, round
toed shoes, a sword provided, as it hap
pened, with » toierab.'e chape, a starched
b>nd aud i.n even number of three-thread '
bn-ilei ; for the truth is, he hud but two ;
and as iiis band would every now and then
shift to cue tide, he to jk incredible paius
toaujjst it again. 'Gentlemen,' raid he,
'you are going, belike, to solicit gome post
or pension at Court; his eminence of To
ledo must be there, to be sure, or the Kni£
at least, by your making such ha&te. in
good faith, 1 co«!d hardly overtake you,
though my ass hath been more than once
applauded fjr a tolerable ambler.'
To this adrirets one of his companions
replied : " ' We are obliged to set on at a
good rate, to keep up with that there met
tlesome La;; belonging to Signior Miguel rie
Ownwitll.' Scarce had the student heatd
my name, when springing from the back oi
his ass, while his panuel f-jil one way and
his wallet another, he ran towards me, ami
taking hold of my stirrup, ' Aye, aye !'
cried he, ' this is the sound cripple ; the
renowacd, the merry writer ; in a word,
the darling of the Musts !' In order to
make Eome return to these high compli
ments, 1 threw my arms about hid neck, so
that he lost his band by the eagerness of
my embraceti, and told him that he was
mistaken, like many of my wtll-wbhera.
'1 am indeed. Cervantes,' said I, 'but not
the darling of the M i-e-, or in Any shape
deserving of thn.e encomiums you have be
stowed ; be i leased, therefore, good Big
nior, to remount your beast, and lot us
travel together like friends the rest of the
way.' Tne courteous student took my ad
vice, and as wo jogged on softly together,
the conversation happening to turn on tha
su j et of my illuts?, tho stranger soon
prcnounctd my doom, by assuring me that
my distemper was a dropsy, which all the
water of tne ocean, although it were not
salt, would never be able to quench.
' Tnerefore, Signior Cervantes,' adaed the
student, 'you must totally abstain from
drink, but do cot forget to eat heartily ;
and this regimen will effect your recovery
without physic' ' I have received the
same advice from other people,' answered I,
' but I cinnot help drinking, as if I had
been born to do nothing else but drink.
My life is drawing to a period, and by the
daily journal of my pulse, which, I Had,
will have iiaiahed its course by next San
day at the farthest, I ehall also have fin
ished my oareer ; so that ; ou come in the
Very nick of time to be acquainted with
me, though I thall have no opportunity of
showing how much I am obliged to you for
jour good-will." By this time we had
reached the Toledo bridge, where, finding
we must part, I embraced my student once
more, and he having returned the compli
ment with great cordiality, spurred up his
beast, and left me as ill-disposed on my
horse as he was ill-mounted en i,n i«s ;
although my pen itched to be writing some
humorous description of his equi page ; but,
adieu, my merry friends all ; tit I am go
ing to die, and I hope to meet you again
iv the other world, as happy as heart can
wish."
Arabian Manners. — An Arab#on en
tering a house removes his ahoes but not
hia hat. He mounts his horse npon the
right side, while hiß wife milks the cow on
the left side. Io writirg a letter he puts
nearly all his compliments on the outside.
With him the point of a pin is its head,
while its head is made its heel. liis head
mu9t be wrapped op warm in Euian.tr,
while his feet may well enough go naked
in winter. Every article of merchandise
which is liquid he weight, and he measures
wheat, barley and a few other articles. He
reads and writes from right to left. He
eats scarcely anything for breakfast, about
as much for dinner, but after the work of
the day is done he sits down to a full acd
hearty meal swimming in oi), or betteryet,
boiled butter. His eons eat with him, but
the females of hU house wait till his lord
ship is done. He ri.it h a donkey uh n
traveling, hU wife walking behind. He
laughs aA the idea of walking in the street
with his wife, or ever vacating his seat for
a woman. He knows no use for chairs,
tables, knives, forks, or even spoons, unices
they are wooden or tone. Bedstead?, bu
reaus and fireplaces may be placed in the
nine category. It he bs an artisan he does
work sitting, perhaps ueiog his feet to held
what his hands are engaged upon. He
drinks cold water with a spoon, but rarely
bathes in it unless his home be on the sea
shore. He ia rarely seen druok, is deficient
in affection for his kindred, has little curi
osity and no animation, no wish to improve
his mind, no desire to surround himself
with the comfortaof life. — [Hume Journal
People wh» snppose that Admiral Nich
olson is called the " War Hone of the
N»vy " btcinse he tent word to Arabi
li.ha that if fired upon ha would shoot
back, are very much mistaken. Toe history
of the title, 13 told in navy circles in
Washington, ia as follows : When a
laced and bat toned lieutenant, young
Nicholson was once in company where the
term hors dj con oat was used. Someone
having a&ked what it meant, the futnre
hero promptly an-1 prondly replied, "a
war hurae," and " War lioree Nicholson"
hi was at once dabbed, and has been so
s;jkd ever since.
A Ykar's Mails at the PosTOFnes .—
Tbe total naruber of letter* and other arti
cles mailed at and passing through the New
York Poetcftice during the fiscal year just
closed, exclnsivs of those for city delivery,
wu 504,369,488. The total number "of
sacks of domestic and foreign mail matter
made up was 1,389.225, a daily average of
4,540. Papers and packages to the nnm
ber of 265,243 imperfectly directed were
forwardtd after correction of their ad
dre&geß. Tbe average weight of mail mat
ter received &cd tent daily by the Post
offica was 140 tons, of which 45 were re
ceived and 'Jo dispatched. The heaviest
weight on any one day wag 120 tons dis
patched and CO tons received, and the low
est weight on any oue day 82 tons dis
patched and 37 tons received.— [Naw York
Sun.
N. J. Mobuas. New River, Vs., sayi) tJiat
his wif*> hßvia,« eufft-Ted for a bag while with
rheumati*ci w&s induce i to try St. Jacobs
Oil, ani it give nim^t instant relief, and
had v mo t !i •; py i ff. ct.
Absolutely Pure-
This POWDER never varies. A marvel of purity,
and wholesumeness. More conomical than
the ordinary kinJp, and caimut be sold m cninncti
lioo wilh the mu.titudo of low test, .-; <>rt weight
alum or phoaphald p- wd-jrs. So:.o oh«y w cans.
BOTAL BAh.D;u POWDKH CO., 106 Wall street,
New Vorlt. "— .^-~
W T. tOt EM IN A CO., 4;cntM. ,
SAN FRANCISCO. m7-ly
EDUCATIONAL.
FXfcX'^T'.A.TE 39 SCHOOL
Pun
I'rlnmrv and InicrmrdlafF Scholar*
WII! be held durirß vacation, at Seventh and O
i streets School Buildinf. MlfcS. L. A. CRO*ELL.
I aull-21*
ST. JOSEF H'S ACADEMY,
K:ghth and G streets,
'.'KllUMi', crMMEMI,
BOARDISO AND DAY SCIIOOL FOR GIRLS,
Camlueted by ikloierx of ?lerry.
Kstablished, 1857. Incorporated, 1875. Pupils ad
mitied any time dntiag tti>' year. Teriß tno era'e.
For pu-ticulurs ap(.lt in tue SUPERIORESS.
Jt29-uols
KINTESGA^TEN ASD PEIMIRY
SOECOOIU.
WILt. li-t RROI'ESFD
n'-NV, AT. -4i h 'IV Jl LT, IBS 3,
AT NO. OH TENTH : TREtT, BKTWEEN L
and M. For terms, pipage c til at the Rch'<ol.
j..:4 4plui Ml^S M. B. Mo-:OK.D.
NOTiOE TO OREOITO RS
INSTATE OK JOSEPH ViNMOUyXk, I>K
\i aactsd— XotlM is bcraby gina by the
■oderslxiwdi admtnistratar of Hid estate rf
JuSEPH VIN.NEIUT&B, iaatMad, to the
crcuitora and all persons h:vvin^ cla.m- :i^^ii *t
deceased, to exhibit tIMSB, wilh the DMBaMrj
nmeban, wltUn t cm mouthi frum the fir>t ; uh
licxlionof this notice, to aa-d admiriistrat^r, st tl.o
sAos if Aid. C. Ili-akson, No. 627 J street, Sacra
mento Ci'y.
July 19. 18S2.
QUAGS F. BRONVFR, A-lmini-tnt-r.
AnD. C. iIiSKBUH, Attorney for Administrator.
jvti la* 4*3
NOTICE TO~CREDITORSi
IT^HTATK OF nENRY SR,, DECEASED.
Ii Notice is hereby given by tho uni- r*i^i.p-l,
Aj:uii;iur«tor of the Kstiteol HEMr.Y S.lOLb, Sr.,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all ptrst-ns
ha\injr clams oeainet s.iid deceased, to ex
hibit them, with the necess-.iy tfß'latits
r vou 'hers, w.thin four months afur the
firs', publication of this notice, to the under
n .n,-'i at thcrtfi^e of Fiemi&n ft. I'atta. >o. 919
Fifth itre-t, Sv riaiento C ty, lierihy d-siirnated as
tbc place whore tbe business' of said Ketate will L-.
hpMNMML
Dat d JulyCB. lB3i
! jy.fl l»wjv,B A. G. FRKFMAW, Administrator.
Saiirkl Cftom, B. 1 Robinson,
tjearaher i.f Keeonls. Motuy Public.
HAZiIj OF KECORUS,
NO. 429 J STREET.
CKO9B A I ur. \-\.
A TTOPSEY3 Alr'D COUNSELOES-AT-LAW
jT»_ Special ktteuUoa given to Pruhate, Laud and
other I. ■ _• J Bu»ine»). c orrrct Ahutracl* taken
from Hip Krrords or *LI, liKirnuirnm In
any or tee Public mil.-. ■». affecting title to and
ii)cun.hrances upon any town lots or lands within
toe county of Sacramento, furnished on short notu«.
Also, diagrams rt presenting the boundaries of such
1.-uids, taken from actual lurveys made by the
C->mity Surveyrs. auS-4ply
CERTI?I']ATS OF OOPARTNiaSHIP.
rpniS.l3 TO CERTIFY THAT THE TJNDER-
X pinned have this riay formed a partnemhip inkier
the firm name rf A. LF.ONAKD & 8' N. f.>r the pur
poecof can-ring on the Keal I-statcand Ineurance
business. Tliat tbe principal place of bueinet* < f
said Him is the city (I Sacrament", Stite <f Califor
nia ; that the full uames aim the place of resilience
of each of ihe partners in said firm are as fullo»-s •
ALBKKT LEU. ARD, residence, city of Sicramento :
BFNJAHIM LEONARD, residfiice, city of Sacra
mento. ALBERT LEONARD
BENJAMIN LBONAIID.
Dated Auiastl,lS«B.
gtatfl of California, county of Sacramento -ss.
On this first day ot Aucus r , in th>> year one thuavnd
eight hundred and tightytno, before me, P. H. on({.
Xi»», .i Justice of the Peace in and for "aid co'ii.t' ,
l^ro n:0i) appeared ALBEttT LE >NARD and BEN
JAMIN LE^nAHD, known to me to tie the persons
whose uanies are subacribed to tho within instru
ment, and attknowWjdsed tome that they execut«.l
the same.
Ift wituess whereof, I have hercirto s«t my hand
the uay aiid veir in tbis certiorate first ahuve wriu
ten. P. H. COGOLNS, Justice of tne Peace
Filed A^gunt 1, 1* ;
THOMAS H. BERKEY, Clerk.
an? lm By Chab. M. Co«lam. Deputy.
LC. BOSTTORT. R. 0. DIVDnL A. A. TAB VOORBIB6
A. A VAN VOORHIES & CO.
(Successors to R. STONK & CO.).
522 AND 324 J STREET.
IMPORrEKS,M.AjTOFACTtniEHSAND *±-s*
Jobber^ ot aU kinds 'if tflfsW
Sadfllery aad Carriage Earaware,
LEATBEB ANR SHOE FIKDDK&,
— ASB
OARRIAQE TRIMMINGS.
Keep constantly on hand a full stock of iaoported
and domestic Harness, Saddler, Soilars, etc
Our manufacture* wurautet ucsurpasded by any
hoax on the co-^iit au2-«r>lm
WTXCOX& WHITE OROA9B
—at WAaaaoom or—
Se. an 3 sir»«», Amcramr zto
•*• sfl!tl /mi ths InrtalHroc* pl«>. Orders for
TUXI>"G prcoiptly ktteaOed to. Ic.i iplm
SAff FBAlf CISCO CABDS.
SAN FRANCISCO
Business Directory
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Batter JC Hamilton -Importers of A^nctiliunl
luiplemen-.* and Hardware ; Ax< nts of tbe ttenkta
akt*! Works. Juseuou Market. Pine aad Da.iests.
Ceorge A. I>n vtk A F*. — Maußfacturots' Anmu
iW and &!S Market streei.
&STISTS.
Hani'tworf fe—tyxician and Pno'o.-rarher, So. IS
il.r.'.via..ry gtruet. Established ixi 1-ii
BELTING, HOSE, ETO.
B. N. C«t>t— Mannfacturer «f I^aMier Beltir-jj,
Hose, Lacing, bullion Boks, cU.,*juOiwe«t jurocr
Market and rr m. I.i -u- .
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
Prsctne Staslnen* College s»d Tflrgravtel*
at*. — i Life bcholarship, fjr Io!l Buaiiioog
Course, $7e>. W. E. ChamberlaJn, Jr , &ad 1 A.
:.^>n. I'ii'pnctors, Nr*. iio Post strett, oy»po
site Union Square, S. r ., Cal. Send IK Cm»Jar».
CARRIAGE 3 AND WAGONS.
M."tei:uktr Krtin. lamufnt lurlag ««. — Re
aasttatt.B Uaratil iLjwt A. v. Uhjju, jtaKaier.
CARPHTS, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
Frank a. I" Iw.inN -Imj rii, r avid Dealer, Noe.
e^B to 0M CUy IkrMt, t-n r ruiicisco.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
Jrottn Kales. — Pioneer Snusritt, raoiored to 7Si
e t , S. F. Ccuako oriierj uauu'*.. .
EDUCATIONAL.
S<*o»l «r < Ivll Knelnrt-rl-i- -Brtrslnp.
Drawjtiguul Aaatyii^. 24 Po6t»i. A. Voauer luwlai .
HATS.
*X Bnrnnrjm A- To — Mirnf-stv.r.rs and Im
[v»r^ ra. No. 530 Kc arny Bt , n«nr Pida. The-ftiicsi
hats at the lowest priaat, roctory: IT Beidcn bU
HARDWARE, IRON, 6TEEL, ETC.
C'ttroian, f v>ry A Co.— faip«rtcr» It Hardware,
Iron and Suvl. Airentu for the Pitteburg Sicel
Works, Nir;bw»Btt-rn Horse Nail CoD!j>a>iy, and
Southioßton Cutlery Co. !<>«. liv ana lfti Kraut
svpiet, and Nob. 117 and 119 California street
Murcus t,'. «awley A €••— Unporttn ol Kara,
waroiud Acricuiuiral Jmplcneuw, Nos. HI, H ,
W5, 'ir't MM SUJ il.rket street, Ssa Fixiciduo
HS6TAUKANIS
; i»»lsN Family Ktik**r and HSulnt
Siic<j!j -Nt>. 3S« Mariitt strett. A'ccdinK ca««s.
Ice cruam, Ofsjam, i-j!H.a,ei«., coasts':* iyou band.
FaOiilid* supplied.
KDBBBB AND OIL GOOE6.
The «nua Per.-ha anil I>»bf>« t *ar.«i'.icl-
Oom|nnv— »laciu'iiC*ur;rs of riubW 00-ods
of *wtir>' tiebctiption. Fattiitwd of tHe cclebr.iied
"Maltese Cross brand" Car tolUe-j Cose. Corner
Fine and Uvk«t streets. J. W. Tayioi, M&nafc-er.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, £TO,
H. «». Crwkrr A B»g Tlli|il>rtlilK anr Hn ufact.
anngStiti.-ners, JM-.Urj .-.;« i UUuKraph r«, Kos.
ilb, ill and 219 Busi\ str«et, above Sauw.ie.
WHOLESALE GEOCER3,
Tshcr, Barker A Vn.— lirwrtars and Wtaokvaie
Orooere, Nob. 108 and 110 CaJifornU street.
SAORAMENTO REOORO-UNION
nan FraarlM-« «>HJ<r«-, Su. H Nrw VftntKiHD
ery str<x i (Palace Hotel) — J. 11. S'aarp>:. A«ent.
SUMMER RESORTS.
Ocean "Villa,
£».^aa.:ss < ar-=»L. ciJEtxrac.
P>ER ONS VISITING THESEA- I zmj^^v
side town cf Su.ti Cruz '<i: St ii '-^^'^~Of
find superi r nrninm-I'tinn 'i * ' ' " I ** fa * J -
board, and caFj access to tho beach from this
popular resort. Rare ficiiliasfsr boating, fliliing
and bathing. O. H. BUSB, Proprietor.
Jv2S-4iilm
SUMMER HOME TAEM
IS SITCATEDIV THK TfA - :M t jxfr'-^
fruit Ltlt of the Sanla uiuj ttjj:' "Sa.~ ,^»
mount:urB, Waliuuudri by i""-|K - *3^
wocxl f riots, ilerp and romartirK ' WPr
canoris and dc!if;litful mourfun '" — J **^'
drives ; tlie locJ.:M>n heinj stvcu miles inland from
Santa Cruz, aff -rd 9 a rieligh'ful climate. H Atmininc
tilths on t:e pi^.co; coach to Crus three
tines a v.rtrk. givi \e fitsu n fasjfMag; fare for
round trie, $1. A i>'iii p !i .liii hotel acid cosy cot-
Uu-ts rave been erected ; Üb'e snppiied with ai
abundance of crean and frr.it Daily connection
made by coach with the *:30 P. M tr*.o r.f the KovitN
Picific Co*ft (Narr.iw Oai'tre) tailroad at GlenwooU
Board. |10 per »etk Aaurc!<«,
J. W. Ds'S'OI.FE,
JclO-4ptf Gl«n»oo<i, SatiU Cru» 00.
HOT SULPHUR SPBINGS,
(Via rallMoEa). Ln.be (k>a'. sy.
RICHARD WILLIAMS, I'toprleKir.
FOR HEM.TH, BLOOD AND » >«&,t'^^-\
Recreat'on, no rila'.e is b*"-tir Av^^g^jjj
S'.itUdtoaacranjeotu Valley people flj ; HJb
Ju y Ist, the Mcridlao Bnlpaar^' " "T*B«e3-
Bath«, 108 - .
00-id acct»tJim'>dition for camners and best ac
couinioda'.!ot:S fur families ani iuvalids.
Roarri prrfffk t°r«m SIS to $r'
Mas*- fruiD I ali-<»'-'t $.?
jeiS 4p3m t
HOT MINERAL SPRINGrS.
S-mjATTD 16 MILES SAST 1 «,i,^_
of St Helena, In Pope vMlfy, MJ^9^T .N
Napacountv. These wntera cl*>- -h fiß
rei*f mhle the tms ot Kit rni-i y ii. Sp'sTT^^Vf^r^r
aralvfiis and salutiry iffejts. —^JSiiKti-
They have cured many MM cf ll> i-rt , Kidney,
spu.iil and Liver !••■» !««■,; :<>»«, in'«.
prpsla,' 4i iiiniM-i-. mr n ..ij .i-, Ery *lprla>t.
IChfauiiillhtn, Sr.lHtlca, (General
l»f Hlil>, Drunchlt ls nn<l I'nluiou try lum
plnlnlH In Ifcelr early k!mk«-m.
See pamphlet descriptive of auaivisis and cores at
the office of J. A. I,'AUrR, K«| , etiemist aud
apothecaiy, Id Post street, Siu lTraudeon.
Board and Ralhv Sit per werlt.
The jK»na ."prints «t*gcs wiil leave t»a depot at
St. Helena daily upon the arrival •( thec^rs at ll:R0
A. H. People leaving Sao Fiuucisco at A. a. will
rearh the hprinjs at -4 p. a.
a=sT FAKE, «i
w. n. Linnx. rmnri. u>r.
L ; dell Poftog\ce, Nap» county, Cal. j«*7 4pim*
BOT AND COLD
MINERAL SPRINGS,
LAKE COUNTY. CAL, MRS A HHiCH, fSajtHtom
rfIHESESPRIXO^FOrMTEKN « ywvr-~^
X in number, are justly r-!t'- J^^-ak." s
Iratii fur cnruifr Dmpay, >>>.eu Jf |S~^
mitisoi, Co'jt, Femalu LUo>». a.Bf**j^fi;i^)L-
Catarrh,- D3-9per«ia, Dfsjsj tery,^ T^**^-Wwfc2-
Coativenesa, s-r lis, Asthma, Salt Kbeum, Liver
and Kidney Complaints and Skin Di*ja«es. Chills
ami ttrnt a er»ci»lrv. BoAKD. ROOM and BATH,
Sli) PER WEEK, taw K en will be met at Lowir
ijike on Mond-y. Wedi>»«<lvF »nd Friday: and ou
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at Gleabrorik.
ICtT Sta);eH leave Calislo ft -a daily oa arrival of
re- mini; trains. . jelg-4ptf
A.llen Springs,
LAKE COUNTY, CAL.
rfVTIB WELL- K!TCWN RFSORT 1 Mg—^>.
1_ ia n^w oven for the reo ption jfe^^g^-* w \
rl n:e«'.s. Th ■ m(«t desiralih mP* t £sf r *3g
p'*co ..tf l tie kind in th« S f au-. Fucsp
ddTerrnt mineral sprin/s, inqlml- v aWfcS
ini; salphur, : oa and soda, titeam Baths a spe
cialty. Hunting and Ks^.tay unsurpassed. Neat
cottages for campers. Thooe eeekinfr health or
pleasure can find the very best climate in California,
aid first-alaas hotel accommodations. Board from
flO to $12 per week. Telegraphic, postal and ex
press facilities. Railroad from Sacramento to Will
iams, thence »>y »'• cc S7 miles. Fare from Sacra
mento to Springs, i 3. Address
j«l3-4pti JAM? a D. BAILIY.
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
M I Bhl Hti A LA«EB,
NO3. £0. 62 AND 64 FIFTH ST , B\CRAMKrrrO.
dealers lo Produce aod Brewers' SnpuJieo. Man
u:ictu-er» of Malt and aM kiods o! Meals; Oatmeal,
Oorniseal, Cracked Wheat, Oralism Flour, Bock
whrat Floor, etc New Orain Bags for sale. Airecta
or Buckeye Millo Flour, Marjr-ville. ]»17 lp
T*-,. rotw-rilMr dctim u» ail tn. attcntlfln rf liwyen, milbnn.
tod botincM Kicn filrniij Uiro.^huwt U* UnA, to lb« lmc.:iun
of 0w VAU.KV PUtiS tat lijiaj Ijorocghiy (rood prirumt.
H« wi:l TD&irtain U>. mhw^t rrputa^on M lon* r.tKtMd u> tb»
horo*. Tbe «•* of «l«tmn: mhl prrffrt rrnUr* i' not rmur
lUI Ihal wbke. ii diMrrvnkl" t. m u>d h«n<<. A^n-i
H. A. WEAVER, HTJSt, Saoaisxntp. CU.
au3-4plm
MTSOELLANFOtJS.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DJE?XTGQISTS,
\orJheast Corner Second and X streets, SacTamento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptiona-ac-aaa
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed.
/""^" r^^v Imperial Parliament Papers,
f ; riiscß^tißiTim _ N
m Sj^^^^^^^^^^^' *.^&*ft Photograpii Albums,
School Books and School Supplies.
ENVELOPES (all sizes), a very large supply ;
WRITING PAPERS-tlie bast in the market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and MHtf,iU CARD?;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds;
Choice line of VISITING CARDS.
e» use ac hh" "a? a: asar ce- s
Ncs. 208-210 J street, : : : : : Sacramento.
___________
No. 325 J street, Sacramento, OaL
82T JIOVEI TO L9.4\ I\ SUMS FROH $j«0 UP.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN,
:fj-3. .__.:n_:-_ 33VC r __x____:_a"Cs--
Kenrl> Stw ; All Hoderu lm;>r»vcnicnCk ; Lot Well Graded, and Centrally Uieal«<l.
n>l7-l; Jr
FRED. MASON, Ijf Wl* 1^ 6 SO. 588 J fcTSEKT.
BAOTFiCTUKIS ~ fJ J, |_L JL Jhl WJL M • IATKAKEYTe.
GRAND CLEARAIcTSALrOFIARPETS!
Making Room for the Fall Season.
BrusKri* Csirpri, frum 67S rrrjs upwardK. ( iDtiraln Ocrpctx, from 25 cents apwarti*;
aaroTHEH EJHU in pkopoktion. -gej
BBS COHEy, Nog. 4i» and t>l J street, Bacrameiitft.
WUNttl BOX rACrOKfM Jf-* _— -"S _ATE«T I.MP&OIED
klmS ••! is»x-« uu hsntl tl_ \^J f\. a %. ~5 — f'R—
and M.i<te i» «ir««er. *"' M »■■%# BOX PRI.tTISG.
CAPITAL BCX FACTORY CXMUWR SECOND AND Q STREETS
flrv«t : JT-if.. Im-«. Froniand Heennti (next door to W. Ft Strong & O.) NICHOLS &CO »171p««n
PRESCRIPTIONS!
BOSTON DHCO STJIttK, r. _ COMPOUNDED
OOESEB TBIBD AND J STO., A. WcllrllBr,\W GllEllilSt, AT ALL HOC BS,
mnmnam, oa;> PROPRI BTCR. AT REASONABLE BATBrU
EMPRESS CREAMIPsSr
__ »SB _O CS.-X3.5i." _"Z3 _r_3£C BOTTLB,
HAJVIIViER'S DRUG STORE.A
FOURTH AND X STREETS. AND AIL SACRAMENTO DRUCCISIS. ral-lp«m
BOTELSAiiD &ESTADKA
HOTEL LANQHAM.
gy/maOt FOURTH AKD L STREETa, SACRA
monto — Strtctry first-lass, on the European plan.
T. D. Scriver's Carriag»s wl!l take all passengers fre.
of charge tram Dopot to Hot^l.
>V«plm TEHRY > CO., Martwars.
UNION HOTEL.
SKCOND ASl> X STREETS, BACRAMUNTO,
_ Cal. Eixiins, 50 cents and }1 per day. Speda
raXes fay tha month. Billiards, choice r.nnors an.;
cigars. Hot lunch dally from 11 4. M. UH'C f. a.
W. O. ("JOS ") BOWERS,
al-4plm Proprietor.
QOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
CORNKR SEVENTH AJTD X STREiTS aAC
ramentu. — ?irat-c!n«o ill every respect. Ts*
htrgtmx, Tiaat". rai K«st- Vcr.tilited Hotel in the city
RaTKS— £3, t' SO wd & per day, acorJintf V
room, fret Bra v> nod from tbe Hotel.
1. MoNASSbk (late of Denver),
Jy4-4r/lni Prorrievnr.
RESTAURANT DE FRANCE.
AO^ X STREKT. ADJOINING x^V-a
rlr-5 I the MetroroKUn Theater. g»Aj£f*X
haadaome Priv.tte R."*om^ for piirue3.
LOUIS PAYEN, Proprietor,
: ' ' -'-'I V :it!v uf t>,f llnUl de Kl:u:r<".
MISSISSIPPI KITCHEN.
• TSTEK &N» CUOP HOCHE.
Third atmet, B«4wwa J ud H.,
>TKXT bOOR TO RECORD-UNION jagk.
' office. Opcu 4sy acd JQjl^T^u
A. J. 3S2.ATZ, Proprtetar. \_J
■TtlpTi
"HSALTH RESORTS.
RIDGE HOME,
Twenty- ««<vmd (trcet, Brfwren Q mad B,
Three blackj [p«i Terraicus o! O^treet R. R.
THIS HOSIE FOR THE SICK l'i»*l'^-%
has been established for in- m£SS^_^>
v«lida of bolh flexes who e 'M^H?9^^NV^
sire prirate reonmaindatifus anc!^ff f*f^ST*lJpL
nursing, and wbero 'he <rdtrs ol^**g*T' J iJIL -
their own r hr^ciwa will be faithfully executed. It*
location is high and very betllby. Prices for Day
B««rd, indndinc; l>«y Surging, are $1 60 a day"
Full NIkM Nurse, tl 60. extra.
Uf For R>4una, apply to the proprietress, MRS.
L BPILLNER, who rtt.?rs, by pernmslnn, to Dra.
Tyrwll. Simnmns, Citw«w, Keleo^^ Uariner and
Drj W. A. and W. E. Brl^s. auB-4plm*
tG. GRIFFITHS,
PENRYN
GR4SITEWOBKS
i. ISH,l SH, ill.
fTVTE BEBT VARIETY ASD
i iArjfi^t Quarries oa the
S*^tti.i — uriflc C .if t. Polinhed Oninite
Hontimenis, Toml'iitonrs and Tablet* made to order.
tir ». n..i1~ Kalldlns >tuue < u l , »»r»-««Ki
•Md I'dllahed t) Older. oil lpOea
gBUnS, SEEDS AMD i-'JSODCCf .
W. R. STRUNG & CO n ■
Whclesala Commission lercliania
111 3IALSB IH 4U. STSSS OF
CAUVOKSIA KKEEN /Xl» BKICit rttl IT3
NUTS, HONET, SEED
A.tMf «eneral Merehandlno.
MF A) 1 orders pnnnpUy attendod to. Adslnak I
W. R. STiiONO i. CO.,
to .-0 rlro yo«. o. 8 and 10 J s?jef , 3ncramer»^-.
A. Boossa. g. mow
S. GERSON & CO n
/■•< CNRRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AVD
VJT Ivaltn Id
Imparted and l>«aa«Ktie mib, V«gc«*~
blew, Su«s Etr^
<a 230 J street, between 3ecow. od Third, Sun.
m.f.tx ««j.lB
LYON & BARN£S,
g~loilHlSBlQli M'ERCH.iHTS AND DEALERS Of
**nxJue», tescwoleii, Batter, Hfcx*. Ch««*»,
Pcnitoy, Qreen arid Dry fruKs, Honey, Beans, et»
ALFALFA BEED'
Xt Pot»u>« In car-load iota or ion.
jyia-tr •'! N"g. SI ai"i g J »tro>t
(KitablUbed 1858.)
BUSUUM i. 9RBOf)RT VRUVK tlsatirr
GRtGORY & CO.
(Sueet«ors to J. rjrearoryX
/COMMISSION MEKCHAST3 AND WHCLBSAL*
\j Dealers in PRODUCE AND FRUIT
. _ *"<"•• •«• »Dd 128 J Nttrt
jytl-lptl Sacramento, Caj.
FRUIT DEALERS,
HAVTTO REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIODB
premises, we have enlarged oui stock. W»
o0«r yya cho c Apples, free from worms, Lemor*,
L, .•:.-,< >r»n«s, Dried Fruits, .Nuts, Dates, Oatn*«i
Ooods, etc., at very low prices.
M. T. BREWER * CO.,
10W V, 1010 8«ooDd street, between i aad X, B«iTfc
_E?J}?h Jett^tf
a. rassiui&un. tAB . aauou.
O. DEBERNAROI & CO.,
WFOLUALI JQIUfuWIOB SS-UIKI IB
Bettor, E^gs, Poultry, Vegetablse.
•■rait, n»h ««a ineutni Pr*dae«.
m27-l?!:n
PHOSNIX MILLS,
CEO. BCHROTN & CO., PROPS iETORS,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.,
Manniactuiqrsof finest brand of
NEW PROCESS FLOUR.
A LBO. OORV MKAL, CRACKKt) WHKAI
2%. Oatmeal Buckwheat ai;d Oraiiuc Fknr.

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