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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 February 1886

VOLUME I. Daily A BARBARIC DANCE. A STRANGE CEREMONY WITNESSED IN A MOQUI PUEBLO. A Promiscuous Throne of Zunls, Nava- Jos, nod Moduli Introductory Per- formnnro Ulood'Curdtlnc Spectacle "Snako Dance. " Chloain News.) . . Covering tho "housetops and seated upon every available ladder was gathered a promiscuous throng: Zunls, from their yillaco far to the southward; Narajos, fiom their reservation nearby; Jl quis from tho pueblos on tho three other mesas, near to tho one ou which we verc, and the dwellers of tho town, whose housoi we had been exploring. Tho costumes were quaint and often purely Iudian, bright-red blankets, gathered gracefully about forms, being tho most conspicuous part of tho dress, though the children wore clothed only In such garments as nature had provided. At last when tho red hot sun hod sunk nearly to tho tops of tho San 1 ruticisco mountains visiblo in tho distance across tho plains, tho dance began and tho eyes of all present were fastened upon tho little at...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 February 1886

ft. tt . N B 1 Eg THEE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING JKxcopt Sumliiym. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. iKit.vs of svusanri'TJox. Ptranrium, ... $6 w bis months... i i ihrte tnonlln... i.5 Per month ..... scts Postage additional. MT SttbierlptloH I'affabli iriri in Uritf couimunlcatloiu from all pirti of the Kingdom will always be erv acceptable. Matter, Intended for publication in the editorial olumns Miould be addresned to i EDlTlS DMLV HUNOI.IIIU PftRSS Builnm communication and aaVermements should b addrsrd simply "Purine's Manager," DA11.Y Honolulu Pnass, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Adnrlisetnents, to ensure prompt insertion, should banded in before S r. Mi WEDNESDAY .,..,. FEB. 24, 188G. It is not an unusual sight in Honolulu to see a person, whom you have lately heard -declaiming against the Hawaiian custom of eating raw fish, walk into Nolte's and devour a large tin of raw eastern oysters with the zest of a cannibal. Moral : o. "How to be Happy Though Married," is the title of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 February 1886

THE 3P !f ontrlulu $ra$ Will bo for nale iSitllvnl tin. TMuaoH : J. M. OAT, Jr. i Co .Merchant street T. 0. THRUM , ...... Kott street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS.'. ....Hotel streeet I'Hvo Cent iri Copy, LOCAL NEWS. The King's Own corps were out drilling last evening, Services will be held in the different Churches as usual this evening. Fire Company No. 2 were drilling on Merchant street last evening. The regular weekly drill of the Honolulu Rides will be held in the armory this evening. 1 he King's Own boys say they have not had a drink of Government gin sintie the' election. Eighteen Japanese were shipped to Kilauea plantation, Kauai, by the steamer Iwalani last evening. On the 17th of Marcht the birthday of Kamehameha III, the King's Own will have a target practice at Kakaako. Three prize medals will be given by the captain and officers of the company. The barks Virginia and Chilena, and the barkentine Eureka, sailed for San Francisco yesterday. Captain Lee, of the Eureka, is confident ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 February 1886

I i rf DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1886. UC The Hoy nml ths 'Qistor. IChlcajo IleralJ "Train TUk.") "Boys will bchoj," obsorvcd n tray clcr from tho south "and I gucs It doesn't make much difference whether they aro white or black, city or country. Down where I have been In Florida there's n llttlo blnck boy hanging about tho pi nee, and ho la tho laziest chap 1 over saw. lie li almost too lazy to cat Ho sleeps two thirds of tho tlmo, and doesn't get more than half awako tho other two thirds. Ho has no ambition to do anything but snooze and get enough grub to keep him from hunger. "A few days beforo I left I was taking a walk down by tho shore of the bayou, when I heard a scream. Hushing Into tho tall grass and weeds that fringe tho water I saw tho most horrible sight my eyes over beheld. That colored boy wus hanging with his hands to a sapling, and his feet wero in the mouth of a huge all-gator. It was plain to mu that tho had been asleep and tho 'gator had crawle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 February 1886

VOLUME I. professional (Haras. Ct.ARBNCIt WILDKK VOLNRV VA1LI.ANCOUKT A1IIPOR1). ASM FORI!. A SHFORD & ASHFORD, Attorneys, Counsellors, Solicitors, Advocates, Proctors, Conveyancers, Etc. Office "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Posl.oflice. T ALFRED MAGOON. . ATTOltXEY AT LAW. 41 Merchant Street, Honolulu. TR. A. McWAYNE, P1IXSTCIAX AXD SU11GEOX. Ofl'iCE and Rrsiubnck 34 AlaWa street. OrpicK Hours 9 to 11 w. m.; 6 to 8 r. rt. "59-284 "EO. L BABCOCK, Teacher of the Piano-forte, " Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co., No. 105 Fori S. , , Honolulu. Residknck No! 11 Kmma street. ' 337-288 T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S. Itentill Hooms on Fnvt Mlreei. HonoiwlD , , H.I. Office in Brewer's Block, corner Hotel and Fort .Streets, entrance on Hotel Mreet. 210-361 J OHN H. PATY, i Notary Public mid Commission of Deeds, For lhe Rt;it ef CiVifnr'in ..J r. . V .. - at the Bank of Bishop & Co. Honoiulu. OAliu. II. I. T A. THURSTON. (Successor to smith &tiiuiiston) Attorney at Line, No. 38...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 February 1886

ft'i DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1886. ft 1 Pf v. sc iU ho TKCB Jlmfy jf matlulu JVcss IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING At the Office, No.2g Merchant St. musts or fiirjtsvnri'Tiox. Per .... .$6.00 annum... s. i Sis moolhi i ....... .t 3.00 T hire mouths 1 1. 5" Per month 1...,. sects , , ( Postage nd.lilional. S" Subaevt'pllohx I'aftnMe ultra 1 In - Urief communication!! from all parts of the Kingdom will Always be verv acceptable. ... Matter Intended , for uublication in the editorial elumns should be addressed to Kuitox Duly Honolulu Pkss, Business communications juid auvertisements should be addressed dimply "Iluslncss Manager," DaIlv Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should e handed in before 6 f. M. THURSDAY. , .FEB. 25, 1886, If Mr. Gladstone writes one half the political nonsence that the English newspapers publish as his opinions, he would certainly deserve quite another title than that of "the grand old man." ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 February 1886

.f JDnity !f xmalulit )? "Will bo Tor snln f'jriUynl tln "Pol-lowing f'luonn : K ?jV, k C Meitluiu street CRYSTAL SOIIA WOKKS .'.'..'.'.;.. .Vl'lnd '.," J''ivn Cent iff Coji;. LOOAl NEWS. Services were held in the different Churches last evening. The Honolulu Rifles were drilling at the armory last evening. ''And the wind howled through his whiskers" yesterday afternoon and evening. . The plastering on the outside of the new Station House is progressing slowly. The S. S. Australia is expected back here from San Francisco on the rth of March. ' ' The only redeeming feature of the policemen on duty at night time, is that they do not snore. The fixtures of the Astor House rcsturant were sold by E. l Adams & Co., the. auctioneers, yesterday morning, bringing $375. There will be no meeting of the Choral and Quintette club this evening, on account of the illness of Mr. J. W Yarndley. A new addition has been made to the Hawaiian Hotel billiard room, in the shape of a very handsome pool...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 February 1886

X-' PRAIRIE DOGS IN CENTRAL PARK. now Tiler Bosun Work When First Turned loose In Their Qunrtert. Cor. Iloston Transcript I Wlion the dogs wcro turned Into tho enclosure tlioy frisked about tho space a few moments In ovldont surprise. Then Ihoy gathorcd in n knot for cotisullutton, in which ono fat old patriarch scorned to assume- tho leadership. Tho old dog, followed by six other stout dogs, selected a central spot in tho cnclosuro and bogau to dig with his forcpaws until In a miuuto or two his head was out of sight, fie Hi en stopped aside una gravely sal on ins haunches while another dog began digging in tho hole thus started. Tho ro uialntng fivo dogs stood In a row behind tho ono that was digging, while the unoccupied dogs kept togolhcr a short, dis tanco away. As tho dirt was thrown up from tho hole tho dog that was next to thu ono digging gathered it in his paws and throw it back farthor to those bohlnd. In a short time tho first dog was out of sight lie then stopped and took...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 February 1886

1 "1 il 1 Daily Press & VOLUME I. HONOLULU," HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 26, 1886. NO. 152. TERRORS OF FETICH. IJrflfccmoiwl (Entus. Uitemcsc GTartue. gJusjttcfis (Satins. Btsunmce Notices. hipping. shipping. 8UPERSTITIONS OF THE NATIVES OF THE CONGO COUNTRY. Ceremony Performed by the Man Wlio "Makes Fetich When Its Powerful Alii In Invoked The Crowning Act, or SenL llloston Hcrnld.l Lfko &U aboriginal people, the Congo blacks aro very superstitious, but to what extent they bolievo In a futuro state can only bo conjectured. They bellcvo la tho existence of good and baa spirits, which they believe are all tho timo hovering around, and when one of thorn dies they believe that his spirit or 'Soul is seized upon by cither the good or the bad spirits, arid carried away to become one of them, llence, when a uatlvo is dying, his friends come around, fire oft guns, and make horrible noises, for tho purposes of fright ening oil tho evil spirits. What effect this may have on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 February 1886

pV'wf 1 T' J " l W ff -v- " , - , ,(, , ' I "- t DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1886. im. ' lu Wk IT If " m fa. B I) 1? r n t TBCB 3Pmfy Honolulu JPras IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING JOxoopt HitiKlityM. At the Office, No.ag Merchant St. TISISVS or HURStmtPTIOS, f mum $6.00 Si months ... 3.00 Three months 1.50 Fertnonth , 5cu Fost&ge aiMilloml. MT SuburrlpltoHH Pupuhlr ulivau VI Brief communications From all vms of the Kingdom will always be verv acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial lumn should be addressed to Kumm Daily Honolviu Pitrw. BuiintH communications and autermemenls should W addresrd simply 'Business Manager," Daily IIonoliILV Ph. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should c banded In before A r. M. FRIDAY FEB, 26. 1 886. Political jaybirds and Government crows are caught without the sky falling, dear morning contemporary, but in right earnest truth king-craft will have to await a collapse of the "pilla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 February 1886

'' tt - t J - A V '- V' if :A.' n ' ? St fc '. nr ?- K I, TUB 3Ptig Ifwlultt JVra "Will bw for mile ft Ulynt. thi) ViiiooH : , M. OAT. Ir. & Co .. MfrMiml tr( , O THRUM F .tr... CRYSTAL, SOIM WORKS Holel vtreeet rtve Conl per Copy LOCAL NEWS. No one seems to have found out yet wno that ban trancisco detective is. A large party of tourists leave for the Volcano by the steamer V. G. Hall to-day. The steamer Geo. V. Elder is to leave San Francisco for this place tomorrow, to The subject at the lent to-night will be "Baptism, its Object and Mode." All are invited. It is reported that Honolulu is to have a negro barber from the Coast some time next month. Mr. J. A. Palmer, the business agent, has moved his office to the building it formerly occupied by Mr. S. Roth, on Fort street. - The regular cash sale will be held at the auction rooms of Mr. J. Lyons, corner Queen and Fort streets, at ten to o'clock this morning. be The schooner Kc Au Hon sailed for Kau, Hawaii, yesterday afternoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 February 1886

"f .qSpijriiiiyl Mfywyinnmmimiinn wvmmtftimtmum K f 1 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1886, f r fc o J" a f J fv . LIFE'S CHIVALRY. Chamber' Journal """Wfcere In tha busy clly' cars and strife. It thirst (or riches and 1U toll (or bread, It found that sotil of oblvalry la life Which Borao &rs mourning for as truly dead! Shall wo isek (or it In tho (oroit glads, In hoary, dim cathedral, gray with aget In choncat where tha mailed knights are laid With rusted lonoe, no further war to nana; In mould'rlng castle or in ivied tower. Where pomp and pagoantry wero wont to be? Ah I no, But yet the ancient spirit' power Is with u, and its form, if wa would sen. To labor cheerfully from hour to hour, To do good graciously Is chivalry. Raton and the Patent rtotel Keglstor. t8t. Iul Republican. Tko work of tho hotel boll boy baa been recently reduced by the invention oi a now hotel register. At present the Albcrmarlo is tho only hotel in tho world that has ono, but all the principa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 February 1886

t. tJS" n f -5 . i "f .A' Daily RESS. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1886. NO. 153. 4 TV- ,.'. acf R. n .".v . - :. & I"; , fM." Vj I'll V iV it"! THE NEW ATLANTIS. Bishop of Dcrry.1 Pntlenool God's Homo of Light shall yot bo built. In yoors unthougUt of, to somo unknown sonfe, And from the fanes of Scionco shall her guilt Pais like a cloud. How long, O Lord, how longl Whon Faith shall grow ornan and Thought a child, And that in us which thinks with that which fools Rlmll ovorlastlmrly be roconcllod, ' And that which questlouoth with that which kneol. Hut for the Now Atlantis for the Church Where Faith and Knowledge heart-unite I dwell, 1 Iblnk it lies far oft beyond our search, Enfoldod by the H11U Delectable. An Bngllsli root's Chllilron. Julian Hawthorne. I Covontry Patmore was dovoted to his children and observed them with a poetic as well as with a paternal cyo. IIo had plenty of stories to tell about their early manifestations. Ho had himself,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 February 1886

?; r. It- I . JJmlif 'Jftmolultr IJPrm IS PUBLISHED EVlvRY M,()11NIN(5 YCx?01t (Illicitly M. At the Office, Nof 29 Merchant St. L 4 tjm.s or Ktiiisanri'rios. Ptrantium . $600 blxinomhs 3 Three month..... '-5 rrmontli .T.UX 4 ... ., 5'1 k Pmtage additional. i SiibirvtpHoni I'nyaMe tifirn' 1u , Brief communication", from all iai ttnf the Kingdom wilt aUay be very acceptable. Mutter Intended for publication In the editorial olmnn should be aJilrr iseil to , uuitok ruii,v HosbLtiLu r(j. Um'inijTiconuliiuncatfonj arm auveitivments should W ddreed ilinpty "Bnlite4 Manager," DaIlv Honoiulu Vwi, Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands. Advertisement, to enure prompt insertion, should handed in Iwfote n p m. SATURDAY FEU. ?7. "386. We are glad to see that the Bulletin comes out in favor of organic reform in the GoYcrnment. It is what Hawaii needs and w hat the taxpayers will have before they stop. The Bulletin will prove a strong ally to the people's cause. The fight must be commenced noV and be kept up ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 February 1886

yfff "Jfwpr &? " " ," ' , TKCB "Will be fen- Hivle tJ.iilVnl tlio luoos ! 1 M OAT. In.&Co Mereliwt ftreet r n 1'IIIMIM , ran unci LRVSTAI. SODA WORKS .'HoipI slieeet five Crutu ;'' Coji, LOCAL NEWS. To night is the only night in the week that everybody is happy. The steamers Kinau and Likelikeare not due here until to-morrow morning. Anyone in need of a fine sulky will do well by looking at the sulky Mr. C. r' K. Miller lias lor sale. Mr. K. B. Thomas is altering and refitting the Japanese store on Fort street, near Nolte's Beaver saloon. 1 he barkentine W. H. Dimond sails for San Francisco next Tuesday 01 Wednesday, taking a mail for the Coast. The Y. M. C. A. Gospel temperance services will be held in the Bethel vestry at half past seven oclock this evening. Mr. J. Welsh, formerly of the Keystone Saloon, has charge of the Commercial Saloon, corner of Nuuanu and Beretania streets. Forty Japanese laborers were shipped to the "Hutchinson plantation, Kau, Hawaii, by the steame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 February 1886

j; v-. rl .4 H ' P E IK I- IT ' f' B- i .. V PropaUtcra by Rnnonwilon. New "orlt Times.) Tho low Mack bull of a 100-foot bont on the ways at I'olllon's shlpbulldlDR jftttl Id Brooklyn Is tho first thing that strikes Ilia eyo of a stranger entering tho gates. Thts is the boat whoso inotivo power Is to create a revolution in naval propulsion, Sho has been designed bv Sir. Townsend, foreman of tho yard, anil will be latinchbd In threo wcoks. A little ten-horse power stool engine has been built, in Pittsburg and finished In Jersey City frotn tho desltns of Sam Scour, son of tho man who built tho original engines. This will ho placed in her hull and used to compress air, COO pounds to tho square inch, which will then bo stored in a vessel similar to thoso used In fountains. It will then bo mixed with vaporized crude potroleum, which forms an explo sivo to bo fired by on electric spark through cylinders leading to holes in tho side of tho vessel. This causes a powerful concussion on the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 March 1886

r JaTWiSKPilp"' ,. "TpTTR'n'fj(?T ;viF5553ras? W,r 'ww,Jfy7wwpTvT,:'I',' ifvq ""? ' WJjNjyWfiMWMiPig iOf, "V. Daily 4 Press. VOL. II. NO. I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, MARCH i, 1886. WHOLE NO. 154. 1 A V :v V ' I w A maxims of a chines gourmand. Table Philosophy of Yuan n i( That Century. (Ijndon Time) Everything on tho tnblo should bo scrupulously clean, and the various dishes should bo sent up In their proper order. For instance, salted meats should prcrcdo those of a milder flavor; thick foods should precede thin onci, and foods without uravy should precede those with gravy. Five consecutive dishes should not bo all salt; this would tax tho stotnnch too severely. Threo of tho flvo should contain cither mustard or neppor to, recover Alio palate, just is acid and sweet things should bo uied to prevent tho ia!ato being dulled by too much wine. This resembles somewhat dictum: "In eating tho order should bo from tho heavy to the light; In drinking from tho light to the heavy....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 March 1886

' ilPPiWPWiif If ' ijpwtfwp VM0mMQwWi yijjSwppw THE Jlmly Honolulu $rm IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOltNING KxC(M)t SuilllllVH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TEIIMS Of SVIlSCltll'TlOS. Pfr annum $6 oo Sit month 3.ui J hree Months 1,50 Ptrmonth 5cis l'ouage suMillvml. tiT Suhnertpl0)tii I'ayaWe 'irJ (11 , Dricf communication from ill pari of tilt Kingdom will alwaybe very acceptable Matter intended for publication in tlie editoriat olumn should 1 addressed to Editor Daily Hunoiulu Pubs';. Buinr communication and auvennemenl should be addressed simply "business Manager," Daily Honolulu I'rfS, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should e handeti in Letnre f p. M. MONDAV MARCH i, 1886, Hie last move in civilization or whatever one is pleased to call it, was made on the 1 1 tli of February, when King Leopold of Belgium signed a contract at Brussels "for the first loan of $5,000,000 for an" international syndicate to colonize the Congo State." The latest wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 March 1886

r IF- rv .,, !; y. A ' r II Ife' 4? '" L. I'll 1 R!r It -x IV TBCE Jlmltj Ifmmlultt ?ra$ Will bo foi hiUo n illvnt iln IowIiik LJltiouN : I. M. OAT, Jr. & Co T. O. THRUM CUYS IAL SODA WORKS Pirn CflllM jicc Copi. LOCAL MEWS. Merchant street Knit street .... Hotel Mreeet The Y. M. C. A. class meets at seven o'clock this evening. The Postmaster General has our thanks for a revised copy of the Post- office time table. The steamers Likelike and Kinau have got quite a number of Japanese among their crews. The steamer Mokolii, which, last Saturday, reports very weather on Molokai. arrived rough ft is said that the King's yacht will ,shortly be rigged out for a fishing boat, and sent to Hawaii on a fishing trip. Nothing has as yet been heard of the thief who entered the house of Captain Haley, and carried away all the Captain's clothing. Jiy the steamer Likelike we learn that the "Merry Makers opened last Friday evening in Sylva's skating rink, Wailuku, Maui, having a crowded house. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 March 1886

. 53P J THE SENSATIONS OF HANQINQ An Experienced by a Member of the "Ant clde Club" of I.rmclon. IMaxO'iieil'iiTeUer A crazy Briton belonging to tho "Suicide club, " of which I did not know tho existence, bos published In Tho 1'all Mall Gn'ctte tho sensations of hanging lib has actually tried it boforo tho members of tho club. It will he a pity If his nar atlro has tho effect of diminishing tho Tvholesomo terror which tho rope has hitherto inspired, and I fear it may Induce somo silly people to try hanging as a substitute for opium. At first tnero was a great jerk, and ho felt a violent pain in his neck, hut after ho lost con sclousnoss tho proceedings bocamoqulto pleasant " Ho seemed to bo transported into a now world, moro beautiful than anything imagined by the poota Ho was swimming, ho thought, in a sea of oil. Tho feeling was exquisitely delicious. As ho swam easily and without olTort through tho liquid mass ho noticed afar oil an island of tho most glorious emornld green in co...

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