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BoStot. Js crctiited tfhK fating JStyTSu'
Inhabitant. - ,-
Heavy trains of Teias tattle art fiofc itailjr
flasanyovcf the fc "P. R-uIvray, caS via
PiuJfs afe id tire market, a giiod rlp'trcs.,
fcbw njfearc fcoruYa dollar fdc Kcwd
one at that. A
jNie foundation for the Firot I'roinrtwliiii
ffitirth edifice his been cnninicritvtl at the
Hither oT&veiitii a" rid Uclawarc iH rOcl..
The health oft lie city is riiiTch- Ixttf lli-ifi
i-rer before at this seajn erf the year, (joli
cldering tlic extiemel- ic.irm wwitlicr, there
h.i lieeti cry little Mtkno!-
TnK fenre of a rjmc-yard in I'cuh- Iva
Hii lienrsan inscriititin, in large white let
ters: "Ufc JonoV IkMIIoiI ale if yon would
Akiustku. Mr. Ijunislejiri, d itiealuiit
tjf Lffcijie, Ii-It lieen nrrccted fdr rellin;
lintf without cMltity literisc. He tt.i1; to
hare .1 hwririf; Kfore Jauiic Puriliani yes-
fhjH nri;liliorh at .St. .Tte-oiih ate tllre.it-
' hed with a .sandlsur in front of their t'itvn,
a the li.inrtel is moving towards the Kan-pj-i
shore and taking off Liitfe piece; elf the
Tilt, rlmmpion jmiifier of America i.
alKinii-", of Jackt-onville, Illinois. This in
hU i-aire: Single jump, 1." feet anl o inch
en; three jump.,, 10 firt; ten jumps, 110
. ft'- ' m
Thi, peiipic of I'l.itte County urnic hcte tc
trade, in larger number than ever before,
and take a liejy interest in the pro-icrity
iifaeity uliich Ins U-toino .tml will alwarn
icmain their lnt maiket.
Nhv Oklkx. bars inn opposition mi the
hzm of glas-cv. enrloiiig w;Mn title wfriger
ants. A countryman tailing for a jnlip, and
ptttitig near a Htrt, ilrank what he wished
and hamh.! ln-roa trick, tolekt till he
wjb ready to dro n him (.
A DlioTiini f Cinie Ifwil was in the
ityyesteidaj' looking after the interest of
the orjhan pirl, whoui be will take awav
with him. Ucv. K. L. Ihldridge, of the
(rihan AsIiiiii, is In admiiiitT on the
'roH rty left by dctvai-ed, liili i-. not of
vtrjr Rre-it valn
Ax intlleetml young lady "Oh, mam
ma, I asked Mi Ilronn Avlnt in iltw She
ita it i-. the moiMure imbilntl liy plants
during the nights of the Fttmrncr tuontlis.
Now, minima, Jar, dcu i-. the(vndeii-.ition
il aUeou vaxir by a IkkIv uliich hai
tadiated its atomic iwirtion of calorie Im.Iow
the atnuwihcric tcnieniUire."
AfJAiNM- a School Hor-K. Sttmc of the
itizens of a M.hool district in the? county,
have Iield a meeting and ad a resolution
forbidding the two jiriiu i.tl directoK letting
a contract to Imild a solnxil liou-. Injunc
tion'; are.freely tnlkisl of. Kiimor li.i- it that
the difficulty oricin.itol in the failure of one
if the worthy memlvrsof the Board to get
TllK Iiondon Guzillc annotiniv that the
Queen, having accepted the surrender of
IupTt'n Land fiom the Hudson Riy Com
nny, has hern pleal to apj-oint thegov-vriMtr-getieral
for the tirnc.lictng of the Do
minion of Canada lo Ik; governor of Kujk-iI's
LiimI until the admisr-ion of that territory
into tin- i.i id Dominion. Thi mean-; Iuim-
iie.i. again 4. 31 r. Kiel I.
'tFriivLK nv LtKinvusn. Mr. Miller,
who lics near Mount Pleasant, had bihtrn
Ttruck by lightning on the .th in-4., and
it(tally Ic4royel, together
amount of hay and grain,
living aliout a mile w-t of
with a large
'lii-s cranarv r-trurk and con-iderablv dam
ag-l. Mr. Liinlvrt, at St. Nicholas, also
hid his kirn ilruck and mcnhat injured
and a mule killed. There were no light
ning roiL on anv of thec-c Imildingis.
Cattli: aniHocss. Morrs. Win. J.nk
and Thonns Armstead, the well known
Mxk dcahriJ ff .Teflcrurti tountjr, tame in
terday with 110 head of fine cattle and oO
hog.., which they old to Fitch & Vanghan.
TIicm: gentlemen hae wdd a gtcat many
Kxid attle in this markit in fact they don't
get any others- n their hand) and they
h ic taken n large tiuniler of hrst premiums
on -attlc at the various county fairs, and
hrw taken more than any hotly cv at llic
A-Damcw:. The following incident is-t-iipiKed
lo hae taken place at Col. Jcnni
I -trenaded Sophia once nlniir-hc wa.-. but
a Under h; anl the greeting whit h I ic
Vsi?ed fitr my tmi.-ical drspLiy has nefj-r
lbcti hillvpprt-ciated ly me. It was the
wilchinc hour of ni"ht, when c li'ircluts vawn.
Everything hiishetl, and btillnes.s reigneil
proioiiihi. i comnu nicii loting, "i iring
a Little Flower to Thre." Sophia was at
Jicr vinnovr to eniov mv liirmoiiv. Jt na;
through her cnlii itationx that I endeavored
to warble this pretiou-s piece, "I I'.iiii a
Little Flower lt, Thee." Sophii'h tyranni
cal pjipn f-tnek hi- licau out of the window,
ami in a oice of thunder roiled, 'Wcll,
pM -'t it on the dooctcp. and lnl make
w nnuli lii.ilxiut Mich a Mctthnl little
KOBBKKY OF A JiTOKE AT LENAPE.
THE THIEVES ARRESTED
Hi Tuesday night list a Moru rt lriiajc,
1n this county, wasenteicil by burglars, who
broke down Ihc door, m ide a stpiare meal on
oysters, crackers, eta, and then dcpaited,
f taking with llicni eoiL-itleiable whiskey, to-
bicco, and other articles. Suspicitm pointed
to two men named Pat. Finch and
Willhtnson, wh were arris-ted, pleaded
guikr liefirc Justice Green, and were
brought to Ihc County Jail for safe keeping,
in default of bail, till the next term of the
Criminal Court. Rascals have a hard time
of it wLcn tlicy commit crime out that way.
Thcv reldom escape.
ITxnKK the inspiralitm of 'X degree,
Fahrenheit, an attic ioct sweated through
him the following "poem":
Ths tlnrs di; s are upon us:
The sun Is M.urin); flo n
1'iwn Ihc hcal nl erenr m
in this hrre Mazcn t n.
O! f a lirrath of froli air!
1'.l Just Io anything un rartli
" Tins things fur looMjtin.
Awl if 1 dt ot.Uin thrm c-m
A funeral tbrrr will 1;
The hack will with inr fnm-U lw bllsa.
But th ciirpsc It will he mc
1 '.Saratoga ami Newport, you xe seen them.
"PrY trlliacthrdiHnracebplwren them,
Kur'holbrr my wlgll I know!"
qunlh Jor. Tis Ihc easiest matter
At once t'i listiricnish the tern;
At the one on so into (he water.
At Ihc otntT it goes Into you."
-, Somebody has found out that all the hair
restoratives contain more or less lead. Well,
what of it ? Is that going to prevent bald-
headed men and women from resorting to
cveiything'faiaTcrtised .toTmakef their hair
grow ? By no means. If every preparation
made was known to contain nitro glycerine,
and turpentine enough to make them Biad
aa a March hare, does any one taippose that
the devotees of fashion would hesitate to
'pot it on and touch a match to it, for that
matter if only it was recommended as a
sure care for baldness ? Suppose it should
blow them into tlie middle of next week?
Better be there than going around m iash
ioaaale society here without hair. The dis
covery of lead in these things is a very small
aJair to those who want to use these. ,
irfevSrttf Jilft KEFCfciNCE.
F'xom' the Lifretfce ftiimit we Ierfr tlVa(
ori MonWa W4 a fcfcc of fbfgerfcififc t5
Hgrft iti that piicc, whfclV tfrnW thh vtrf
illttHfipg. TfihfWI .rJJ t RS T ft
ftbtH VltartaUb nfi'H who" ftirtriediatclT
wit rhttf ihfc drf gocil lnl-ii'.'efw Jibrir,
hf fifivirfg out the rfock of. Mr. JoIfrY F.
Read.' The Uotk fHirchased was Taltied at
S2,ti6, iir which twtf cpeckft wert; given.
Theje check1? were Mi the First National
Bank 6f WestpOrt, Ct., iH the nam of J. L.
Gray, grandfather tf Ooodell. They were
nttt in the hmxfa of Meri. Srniuonf hankers,
- On Monday Uoori-sell nrexntcrla check for
Hflw Jl SiirtiVH's Jjetffki WtrptfHJite
W bt; alat nm Mi gfanallfr. At the
- ." n "- ivo, ii- iijunvi n
tort ol letter oT trafttititUi, which1 hid afc
companied tire check, id make it appedr ittat
tverything was all right. Sufficient suspi
cion liad lcn created, and he was immedi
ately arrested for forgery, on the iih of
VniA. Simprm. On Tutnd.v morning he
wiotctlicconfo.;ion which follows.
Since the arrevt ntany little iricidents in
rtafd tb the conduct of the tillprit have
cotrie (M Ilrhf p4 nre freely Hiscu?cd and
(oodell rxs prt'slhi .tljtttplHiic held on
the Pottawatomie bottom thtee c follr wecLs
since, Ml whith caiii' he stated that he
had km $4(10. NrcorHjiig to his owh rfory,
he was to have been married iri .-t few dayi.,
to a otuig Lidy living a shnrt ilNtance out
of town, the S 1,000 were to have been
u xl for the ptlriK.se rtf relileltishitig hL.
rtock of gnotl; atitl defraving the eTtKiiMN of
his bndsl tolir, which he intended to blend
with hi-, btrsiiit-sn tour. Ills lah was tticet
married in St. Ivoiii-, ami then to protcdto
the White tountain; If we, are Hot jiuV
Ukch; be had comtcttl hirftf lhj Ae
.SufitJy8ikool of the ti.agregionlCllick,
and was, to all aiiearanics, a tmc-t eTcm
plary teaclier. He was lo have jollied the
church next Sunday.
In hiit iinffiion he toys he wa t well edu
cated. We have reason "to ilottU thi, for
hir. handutiting is very poor, and he com
mits the moot c-grcgiou. mi.1akc4 in ortho
graphy. In apc.iramv, CSoofl-cll i a tall and
rather tine-looking young man. He b.ts a
mother living in Connecticut, wlioiu every
one will sincerely pity. Without furtlier
conimmt, we Kiiloin the confe-iou :
I was Nirn in the town of Fairfield, Ct.,
m 1848. My father died when I was three
years old, after which nry mother removed
to her former home, where she has remained
ecr since. I was well educated, and had
all that he-irt could wiidi to make me happv;
Imt I early learned that the downward roiid
was the least difficult to travel, and. in suites
of my friend, have done wrong a great
I have never Urn guilty, thank (Jod, of
any crime, lor 1 early learned to fear imn
Lshrucnt. I grew tiritl of my life in the E.i-4, and
ran away to Lawrence aliout six weeks .ego.
I thought I could regain the pa-t if I got
among stranger, but I fell a victim to temiit
ation in iU won form, and have been led on
without jwer lo rtop, until I am where I
am tn-dar. I d not exjiect mercy at Ihc
hamlKof the law; I do not deserve it; but I
:tsk :ts my last rpiuot, that I may lie dealt
with as merciful as iossible. I confess that
I am guilty of the charge mule yesterday,
and, also, that Ihc drafts on my grandfather
were written by myself. Hen able to pay
mem ii nc win. .My mentis arc all rich,
and would do an) thing to help me if , my
,mortiaiatc posjtion was only Biadc known
to them; but I do not want that
they should know it, if I can help it. It
would kill my mother to know that her only
child was in prison. I have an itnclc in
Chicago, who I shall inform of my situa
tion, and if he sees fit to let m v mother know
it he can do so. I have only a few words
more to kiv. I ask that my sentence may
lie it-iMcd on mc imnicdiatelv, ami that I
may l taken to another place, different
from this. I .do not ask for mercy, for I
know it would do no good: Imt if there is
anything which can lie dnc for a poor man
who finds himself Masted for life, ju-t as he
commences to live, let it he done. Oh! I
pray God that none of you who may read
this, may ever know what I haic suuircd
during the last few dars.
1 have thus made a full
confession, r.s I
hojie to be forgiven by God, against whom I
hac tinned. I ask as a favor that l!.e man-
tic of charity, .is fir as jiossible, 1 thrown
over my mistake, and that durirg Ihc few
days I have to live, I hope to lie forgiven
by God, and to live in iicacc
II. 15. GooiisLM,.
ERcoHragtment lo Mannfnelorir.s.
Liberal Attinn nt Ihe City Conmil.
The committee apixtintcd on Manufac
luie., in the Council nude the following re
Hiit last evening, whith was adopted:
The city of Ia?avcnorth will give lo any
iH-rson or jterstjns or to any corporation that
will commence at any time after date and
proseciitii any of the rla , set forth below
of manufacturing, a bonus of : ier cent,
upon the cipital really invested in buildings
and machinery nt a perm inent kind, piyablc
at the clo-c ol cmcIi year of their continuous
wtirking, accidents and unavoidable delays
ntit considered, for a eiiod of five yearn from
and after such time as iiiamifartuiiiig, to a
reasonable extent, in iv le eijiiimenced by any
such mauurictiircr or manufactiire-rs; such
manufactory lo be located within the
limits of this city, or on laud adjacent
thcreto,and run by steam power; provided
that the capital m imc-tcd fIisiII at least
ctpnl 1 0,000. This privilese to continue
open for two years unlet, sooner repealed l.y
thc Count il:
An lion Foundiy,Com Starch Factory, Ag
riciillm.il Implenirnts Manuficlory, Plough
Factory, Wagon Factory, Marble Quarry,
r ire Brick ami Tottery combined, Cutlery
Manufactory, Stove Castings, Furniture Fac
tory, Machine Shop, Tc Foundrv, Glass
Works, Car or laicpmotivc Works, Iron
I'"uiiiace, Kish and Blind Factory, Xail Fae
ttiry, Conlage Factmy, Paer Manufactory,
Woollen Miiiufictoiy, Cotton, Koe ami
Hemp Manufatloiy, Btxit and Shoe Manu
fadorv, and all otl.c i iii.inuf.nlitrcs run by
stearu. - T. L. Johnson 4
' J'W. P. BoRt.ANn,
On motioii a committee consisting if
Mcsris. Anthony, Pemoline and Falgeiton,
were apointed to aticitir the pro-o-.ition
tliHHighcmt the United States.
Port or Extky. Some of our cotcniio
rarics arc indignant liecatisc other cities on
the Missouri have just licen made Ports, of
Entry. Of course they never heard of. the
An Aerrtocst.iMi.il Portland, in the Stale
of Oregon, and Iicavenwortli, in the State
of Karuas, .oits of delivery.
. Pc it (Hatted bj thr Senate and Htm-c of
Eei(Kntatires tfthc United State rf Amcrira
in Congee aaeMed, That Portland, in the
State of Oregon, and within th collection
district of Oregon, and Leavenworth, in Ihc
State of Ka'nsas, and within the collection
district of Mississippi, lie, and hereby are,
declared to be ports of delivery within their
restiectivc ail lection districts. Awl there
shall be aointed a surveyor of customs, to
reside at each of said poinLs, who shall per
form the duties and receive thecompea-suioa
and emoluments prescribed in tlie act of
Congress approved March the second, eigh
teen hundred and thirty-one, being "Ab
act allowing the duties on foreign merchanl
Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Nashville,
and Natchez, to be secured and paid in those
places." Approved July 1st, 186L
The National Methodist camp meeting to
be held at DespUiaes, Bear Chicago, oa the
Mh of August next, will he a great occasion.
$5,000 have already been spent na the
grounds, and one teat is to be raised which
will accommodate 5,000 people.
The hotels arc crowded with strangersand
accommodations can Fcarcely be found for
all who desire them. Travel is now heavier
than it has been before for years.
Erie, Pa., July 12 At Conneaut, O., this
morning, Ralph Wright, a farmer, 60 years
of age, murdered his wife by splitting her
head open with aa axe. He then Mt fire to
his dwelling house and hung himself ia the
stable He was supposed to have been insane.
Caxandajoda, July 14. Feniaas Sam
uel Thompson, sentenced to two years, and
Manaaf, fkM gaiter, W yext in the
Parhc," Jafys4.-The aMairvatwa of
peace is-, aswad; reports to the contrarr1
ordinate with RpeaUtoTs. Thereisanuaor
that Duke He unoat aaa raagar i. j
from iLL fiUs Hr "htt world.
.FMs-, JiHwiX-rlkcCtUtltionM, the
Ministerial oraoa1. ha thV Gflnwiik-- Th
OotermweiVt Wa testimWrfv' that the o'nVlrda-
ture of the Printe of HoWiteUeni in wkh-
drawn. nti the eace of Enope will Jlot be
mwruea; rre are gumm that a ttM
nothing nJore arJtTftee at Oris pacific so
lution of the question.-
Brar.i.v, July 13. The Cross Gtadte
treats tlie situation in l.incuace as serious and
energetic as pomMe. It article close) with
the following sentence: Germany indignant
ly ttpth the Btefcrele-s3 arrogance or
Prince LeotNlM neclittrv the canditlaturc
hecjifcehe k flffaUe to reconcile the charac
ter oT the Oettrf-tn soldier with aa action in
rolMrtg Oerrrtahy attd Stain in war.
Bfaiutrck has tcttfrriet! to this city.
nltE IM COVsTAjftlKOfLfc.
CoNsf AStucoTl-E, July 13. Another dis
astrous fire occurred liere Ati before vester-
day. The tlanes raged for nine hours-, and
over I, WO hottees, mainly of the iioorer
cusses were oestroyedi
VnUt Jrrly 14. The Bourse niciietl
ileclittihg. The journals to-day give the
letails of military ptepa't-atiorts whidt are
still contintitd. "L.tst riicht three jt four
hundred students matle a demonstration in
the streets, while returning front a public
nail, lliey stiotllcrt "Vive la rrrance:'
"I)own with PrtK-.ia!" and sang thcMar
seilUise wkhnut intcrniitioii by the olicr.
Tlie l'it tliinks the ncttlcment of the (pies
tion precarious and dangerous to Franev,
simply enabling Prlis?i.i to choose a fitter
fiprtilrtitjr. llic In l,iba1c dennnd; a
general Congress or war. The journal
prhah Kiys that Prussia's reply to France is
insufficient. The GMMutiimnzl denies tlie
reiiortcd disagreements among Ihc mitlNer
and states that no minister has yet tendered
A French military attache at the Court of
Vienna, now here," has received orders to
return immediately. Riron Bourgerinv,
Secretary to the French Amhissador, also
returns ti Vienna.
Rumors of the resignation of the mini-trv
are continued, though generally dixreditetf.
riiniic opinion ana tnc majority ol the
French journals are opMsed to acceiting
the d-p.itch of the father of the Prime of
Hohenzollern lo Ihc Spanish Government .is
a final sctllement of the ipKstion.
The Ltirrtr, an-1 the MuuUcui, and the
Pay, and the HiiHiojie Xati'mnlf, and the
Pubfic are esecially bitter again.4 the min-i-1rv.
The official joumiU. however aiinounec
peace a ; .-cttlol.
Last evening the Duke dc Graiuiuont,
Minister of Foreign Affair:, announced lo
the Senate ami Corp; LegLJjtif that the
French Ambaulor to Spain had officially
made 'known the renouncement by Trinec
Hohenzollern of the Spanish crown. The ne
gotiations which have been pending with
Prussia, the l)nke, raid, have no other
object, ,ut they hare not yet terminated,
so it is imitossible to-day to furnish the Cham
bers and country with a general expe-e of
an.tirs. 1 lie Aenatc received Una statement
Wednesday. The Duke then asked the Sen
ate to postioncdecLsi(rti.soii the interp illation
until Saturday next, liecaii.se Frid.iv had
been set apart for a discussion in the Corp..
Lagislatif. The Senile immediately pro
tested, iHtt on the retpicst of Kauher the
projtosition was asscntctl to. The Senile
will meet an hour earlier than iwi.tl on that
day, in order to have more time for discus
sion. EUROPE l-NKASY.
Lonixin, July Hi The feeling through
out Eurotic is strll orient central uneasiness.
The tone of one of the official papers of
f ranee is pacific, IhiI the ot her journals a ic
hostile ami warlike A lack of confidence
in the exchanges ot the Euroicaii capitals i.
a fair index of the niblic sentiment.
NATOLhON'S IU.M NDs.
Brussels, July II. The French Em
leror is di Kiti-ficd with the mere with
tlrawal of llolicnznlleiu, and ersLs(s that
PniK.ia sliotilil foim.illy disavow hliaindi
daturc. llic king ol Piuvia formally
refuses, alleging that to accede to this would
only pHxlucc inic extravagant demands
PRVjsSIA CALM AM rih.sOt.ttTE.
BhKLis, July 11. Tlie di ignition of tlie
people ol l'riLr.ia :cciih to Im ialtn, wriuus
and resolute and to fijit for Ihc national
The !fcrlfn.3rif-fio kii w.u L; slirc, l
caiisc France want it.
The Berlin JrMiVrsay., the French prctc!i
Mons arc dinrt iiMilts'iti I'niv-ia and King
William, and that w.tr L; in Stable.
Ems, Na.;ai;, July II. The French
Ambassador lo-d.iv ilem Muled audience ot
the King of Pruvia to ex it t that Ihc Ptincc,
of Hoheiirollom's ienun i ition lie made 'r
pctiul, and that th Boy.il cto lie applied lo
any fresh approach of the Prince cm the nib
ject of the Spanih ctown. The Kingdc-
clinetl lo recent llic A miMissjilor and ans
wered him through an .Mde-tle-e-.imp that he
had no fin t her communication lo make.
A NyaaphlM r tbn ranllnc Bill i
Wa'shinotox, .Inly I.?. The following i
a synopsis or the lundim; lull as finally us
Section 12 provides for J he is-nc of $200,
000,000 five ir cent, lion .1;, tno.ooO.tKJO
four antl a halt per cent. In-nd.-, arv! a tliou ind
millitm four per cent. lnniK-, inntiiug re--peetively
10, 15 and 20 vcar.
Section 2 aitthorizea tlie Secretary of the
Tieasnry to pell raid lionds at ai for coin
and to apply Ihc piocced. to the retlcmption
of the outstanding 5-20s at their iiar value,
or he may exchange new for old lionds at par
for ur, but new Imnds sh ill I isarctl for no
other jmriKise. A sum not exceeding half per
cent, is allowed for cninmissircst in negoti.'t
ing new lionds.
Section S, itniuiiiprtaut.
Section 1 provide-.; for the rodcnirition ol
.V20s ikiw or liereafter falling clue, at par,
lieginning with the first numliered and issued,
intere-4 to cea-e three months after prijer
notice has lieen gien.
Section 5 authorizes two anil a half -r
cent, on gold tlcjxisils, 2."i ier rent, of wh Ii
tleiorats lo lie ictainetl in the U. S. Treasury
and Ihc Italancc to he ucd iu the retlemiition
of 5-20-, under the provision of section 4.
fsection 0 provides lor the cancelling of
all Kinds now held or hereafter published on
account of the sinking fund.
Section 7 was striken out.
IrlM Prwlraiawtw rtal Clllalon.
Njnv YoKK. Julv 12. Tn-dav bciti" the
anniversary of the battle of the Koyne, the
Irish rrotestante turned out in great force,
and after aradinjf thruueh the streets thcv
jiroceetrcd to Elm Fark, in the upper part of
the city, to enjoy a picnic. All along the
line ol march tbe Inah Catholics jeered at
and insulted them. As soon as the Orange
men entered the nark the nan-its who work
on lire Boulevards and other public works
in the vicinity, banc joined hy other Catho
lic Irishmen, marched toward the Fark, to
the number of about four hundred. Being
refused admission., they broke, down the
fenceand one of their numherentered ami
discharged his revolver at the Orangemen.
He was instantly shot dead. A genera! fight
ensued, and several men were killed and a
large number wounded. A strong police
force was poon on the quit, and finally mic
eeeded in quelling the riot. Scirweqiieatly
the cars conveying Orangemen down town
were attacked, and several persons wounded.
Eight cars were hadly damaged.
THE CBTXESE QUESTION.
The Democratic General Committee of
King County to-night passed molulions o
posing the importation of Chinamen, ami
advocating the enforcement of the eight-hour
Wahlngmox, July 12. At the Even
ir&aWof . tae: Senate tta civil Mm
priation bill was adopted with an amendment
oflered by Mr. Ross, making an appropri
ation to enable the Secretary of the Interior
toextiagatth the Indian atles to the land
known as the Black Bob Indian Kescrva
lioainKaae,)arMitBakiag provinana frr
thc purchase of the Indian Territory for
homes for the band.
The Senate to-day confirmed Amos Cutler,
Register, aad Thomas J. Sternberg Receiver,
for the Land Office of the Republican Dis
Washisutox, Jarv 12. Gen. Smith who
was in charge of the Vd Cloud party armed
to-dav. He finniei th nrtininn that ihem
aeedbe ao general Indian war, that Keel
Cloud was asng all his infaence for peace
and hk enorto were producing great effect
BBcni aa warriors. AuwaRaaa Maceswere
uonnaieToa nit ntara czceenai that at aa v1
the c4dwt aboriftiaal mhilataaHi coaM recall.
Itkanderstoodtnat Ouwmb Lever
WAfftKD-fbsf. jrfr ft. Tfce Cohlercnce
CoaamStteecwtfeGfcorgiabni, l itfaeftjorf
tlfta. BteTeBbtJabfetoagreeaW reaolvcd'
two nt thrM afrmfrrs rX lb rfmM wpre at
desire to havetRrf State brrticht in bcPirc
adjonmnest. ,The Cbirmilttee" amclBded to
neet aeairt to-Hrrow' aad ecc if it could
reacfr an acreement
', . Mtiixs ootm sctrfM.-
Tlie IftroW. office to-da. received a tele-"
gram from" Whetstwtft ageorjy Dbkota, re
tiorting that th chiefK wfio lately visited
asmngton exercise a good iMRRRVe iff fre-"
venting war jnrties from leering that agency.
Spotted Tail reported large nirmlicrs of the
Northfm Sioifx crovsir tlie Piatt awl going
Among the eonWiwralioip. bV" tle Seir-fle
toslay, wa Bcnj. F. Petts fir Govern of
.noniana, vice James n. Asoicy.
TAX ASH TAKIFT.
In the Senate during the evening, a bill
paedeiemVllBgiiork packers,brd rendcrers
and iPTTion engagedirt cmviking hamv, from
lax as manurartilrers.a Tne tax ami tariff
bill as it passed Concress' to-dar from the
Conference Committee, is exiected to redttee
the Imnleu of taxation about S-SC.OOa.OOO: it
ahoILshe-i all tafeVori gross receipt;, legacies-,
siRresaoris, watclies. cdrriaiMi!. cold and
silver idatcy billiard tiliksy paports,isiL-irie?,
banks and bankers, rtrttl the whole syvteni of
special anl Irg-ttsc t-ic?, c.xcct thebc on
breweries and di.4illcrics and nil taxes tm
sales of leaf ami rinnilfactmetl IoImcco, s-niifl,
cigar-, wines atnl HiUors; it also aliolishes
the stamp tax on all receiiits and transfers of
mortgage-, utiles for less than one hundred
dollar, and coined and irocrvel fish. The
income tat h to he Mllwted hut two vears
more ami at the rate of two and one half
percent, with $2000 exemption. The nib
licition of the income returns is oMtivcly
Both Kiis-i,n anl AtMriiu liltiiiteis have
to-day cxjircnit-d the opinion that lire cessa
tion in the war excitement on the continent
is only on the surface, and llt.it the chance;
of avoiding a war .trc Very few. It is known
that both the ministers arc taking rneiMircs
looking to the ptltrhasc of war material In
Mr.ftrrllaghnjrM'fi Xnmlnalrtt- Other
Wa.hinc.ton. P. C. Jnlv II. The
President nominated F. T. Frclinghiiysen
Minister to Englantl, vitc Motley, lecsiiled.
The following nominations were also sent to
the .Senate to-dav : Cha. E. Pelanv. of
IcvatLi, Envoy Extiaordimry and Minis
ter Pleriiiwitcnti iry to Japan ;" Peter Nejjlcr,
Assi.tant Treasurer U. S., Baltimore ; Pcs-t-master,
Alex. M. Camplicll, S-ilina, Kaiivis.
The Prc-idcnt sent to the Senate topic: of
correjiondcnte relative to ttn-Jioiis iemling
between the U. S. and (Sreat Britain. Mot
ley, in a letter to Fi-h, details a con versilion
hut with Lortl ClarciKlon in January, dur
ing which Motley informed him that it was
the desire of Ihc IV-ident that when nego
tiations relative to theAliliaiiM claims arc
settled, that they be rcoiiciicd at Washing
ton. It furtlier a pi vara in a letter from
Iortl Clarendon, tt Motley, May 21, that
Jle-r Alajesty'stioVcrnmeltt con-ltler it neith
er Useful nor expedient to resume or con
tinue controversial cnrresHidciicc in whit h
so littlt-liope for tsir Government lieing able
to convince the other
'onfrtloa ofa MJnt drrer.
Pltroit, July II. Edwnrtl Hn.ii;, the
man arrcsfeil oil the suspicion of having
murdered the two women this morning, ha;
c iifcK-ed to the deed. Mrs. Phillip:, nearly
70 years old, was on a vi'Jt to her daughter,
Mrs. Clair, a widow who was living with
HtMg. HLs motive was money, which he
endeavored to obtain, by threats, from Mr;
Clair. Uion her refiis.il lo satisfy his de
mands he procured a hatchet and struck her
cveral limes on the hc.nl. The noi
aroused the old woman, who wa deping in
another room. Hoag, hearing her scic.iin,
ran in ami finished the bloody work.
Mrs. l'ltilli' head wan 'literally ail to
tiim-s. After having murdered botfi women
loig tct both lictis on fire with a kcro.uc
on lamp, itHiK in; trunk out tlie title door
and went to the water clcmet, u here lie re
mained till the neighbor.! Were aroused by
the detipc smnkc. After tlicllrcw.es extin
guished, Mrs. Cliir wan fottml to have
crawled from llic lied. She was icmovcd to
the neighbors and died in aliout an hour.
France unit rrrunla IM tar a flicM.
WAbttlMiTON. July 13. Official advice.
at hand last night fiotu our foreign reprc-
scntatnes-, asserting that there wa; little or
no reason to doubt that a warbclwecn France
and I'nissi.i would at once be ittaltgtlraled,
!d lo soniFtitiiig of an inforutil conference
thi; morning lietween the rrc.-idcnt, mem
liers of the Cabinet and t-cvcral Senators ami
Members, as to whether the Administration
should not Like some measure? to reinforce
iU if.ition iu the way of naval strength, in
order tint the government might lie pre a let I
foi any uiifort--ccn emergency. One of tlie-oe
ciii'igineies was mentioneil lo l the preOn
hle attempted seirnre of Cuba by France.
S-'inc mcmlicrs iroxctlth it Coiigres.;j.houltl
iiiui'.i.c the nival ajipropriatioii. Xo step,
however, u.is taken in Congics., there I icing
a mere allu-ion in a debate that the govern
ment might need more internal levtnue iu
the c-.cnt of a falling ofl in cu -toms, while
llic ntivr. later in the day promised a jieatc
t ii I solution of the sitintiou.
I'rrnnrnflonH lor InctnNfrlal Klilhl
lion. ClMISSlTl, July 1 1. -The but (Ion, ot
the Indti liialConxcntion lo Iv hehl iu Sep
tt'inlier hive di Icrniiiic-d to issue a call,
imiling the nii-ehani. and m inuf.it liners ol
the United Slates-, to comine at Cincinnati
Sept. 2Sth, one week afttr llic ocniiig ol
thefinind lndiistii.il Kspn ition, tocoiritltr
the various piomiiKtil .subjects aflccting the
t'lotluctivf intcrc. tc of the eounlry, suth .:
almr, wage, wiier.itic unions, health,
safctv rind concnicnic in work shops and
dwellings, indii trill scIkhiIs, weights and
nK'a-iire--, julent, and such other subject.; as
mav lw prcMiitctl, anil to take rnch aclicn in
rclition to the .,ine as miy be thought ctjic
Durl t'oloi ecl
St. liot'is!, July 14. C.il. Vantlcnis
Im in" been cngigcd in a duel reiiortetl last
nicht, bin name was coiipletl with the
affair so emphatic-ally and fi tiiic ntly that it
was thought safe lo lie it, and it w.i;.-si pub
lished today. The matter is still rhroudoJ
in imstcry, and tbe names of the seconds
antl the other print ii.iL.iie not yet known.
Mat. KeilhV wounds are doing well.
Isiac Andrew, ctiloreil man, wa , shut ,wd
killed Monday night, and lo-tlay Monroe
Johnson, coloretl, was airc-Jcd as his mur
derer, and CissiiN M. Clay, al-i colorvil, .is
Weather ery warm again. Mercury at
3 p. iu. 1)7; at 7 p. in. 115.
-arli4lTrr 4'llnl Out.
Maokih, July 13. Rumor; arc circula
ted that Carlists have lieen -ecu in con ader
ahle numbers in Ixcquc rrovinec, and tb it
Don Carlos embarked at Bordeaux t make
a descent on the Spanish oust. The report
has lieen investigated and proves unfounded.
Minister ZacoU .had a conference yester
day with Ihc Minister of France antl Eng
land anil the United Slates.
rrincc Cliarlc?, of Hohenzollern, rent to
Paris ii copy of the dcsiatch ho addressed to
Gen.rrim withdrawing hi; son's n unc as a
candil.ite Air the throne.
Warlike preparation; have commenced
here, and orders have lieen signed tailing
out the first military reserve.
LosiKMf, July 13. Telegrams from
Paris confirm the rcporU that a feeling of
distrust ami insincerilv prevails on the
Bourse notwithstanding the withdrawal of
Leopold. Troojis arc moving through Pari
for the frontier, ami llierc seems no abate
ment of military activity in other niiartcr.; of
It isaid the Belgian Government is pro
viding for warlike contingencies, and all
leaves of absence have lieen recalled, and
troops have lietn ordered to the frontier
with instructions toiletroy railways antl tel
egraphs in case of invasion by a foreign
Terriate Mailman AccMcnt.
NA5HV1LI.E, Julv 14. The north hound
paasenger train on the Nashville & Decatur
15. 1!., broke through a bridge near Hyne
ville vesterdav, and fell into the stream be
low. Tom. O .Seal a telegraph repairer,
received a wound of which he died last night.
Sam. Jones a brakeman, was desperately
woanrkd, and ten or twelve passengers,
among whom were several ladies, atoreor
lets hurt, some of them serioarly.
naini r senator SI'
Washimstox, July 14. Hon. D. H.
Norton, United States -Senator from Minnesota-
died tliis forenoon, about I o'clock,
of consumption. He had been coanacd to
hed lor the hot three or four weeks.
1 -I tBKSatJJS-r-
I vlflMMHHinljtt.- ;l
... , Woto tx.
Wj&rtNttToy, ftp l-MV. Howard,
from' th ConfcnLWi' riH .. ck.
Otorgia ML reported the euMMittee nsalilc
t6 agree otY a report, aetf moved that the
Seriate concur iir the Hwe mwimbkiiIs.
He tbotfeht the bill oflthtto be nasd .it this
Iseasiov, and thU could be acccunpIUhed awl
JI,3il55Sk "" 't concuTtence.
3Ir. TrmriWl opposed the proposition as
involving an- abandon of Uk position of
the Senate in Muntaiifing thl riaW of the
people bokf an election: during tflc tabling
VtVf fhir stfccestiorf. Mr. Ilc.wnt wilk.
drew hi mtktr with a iw, if jiossible, to
a settlement of the Sair m the conference
m PIUVATK BILLS.
Varioth private Ulls were renortrd .in.1
tt. rutsoy relics.
Mr. WiIson, froM the Military Committee,
reiorted adversely to the Mil 'directing the
Secretary of the Interior to deliver the Mt.
Vernon relics to Mrs. Marv Curtis Lee.
PRESIDENT TRO TEM.
Mr. Anthony w elected President pro
tern., to serve during recess, the Vice Presi
dent luring vacated the chair for that pur
MRS. LINCOLN GETS HER fETCHON.
The bill providing for a ienion of S?,00
iter annum to Mrs. Lincoln, was oiwiosed bv
jfessis. Riyard antl Morrill, and favored by '
jlesrsj Cnrpenter and Cameron, riiully
the bill f.sscl; yciw 28, nays 20.
ENCOITKAOEMLST TO btf II BVILOIKC.
Mr. Chandler moved to Like up the Mil to
encourage the ImiMing of American Vessels
lo engage in a foreign trade, the pas.sage of
which lie saitl was deemed try the adminis
tration mailer of vital imjiortanee. The
bill was taken up and read. The first sec
tion allows a drawback cnal to the amount
of duty iiaid therecm on all foreign material
imported to be Used in the construction ol
vosels for foreign trade, and provide that
upon all domestic material rn thetl there
shall be paid an amount equal to the amount
of duty that would have lwen imposed had
such materials been foreign. The second
section exemt-ti from iinr-ort and internal
duly all ship stores and coal for the u -c of
vessels from Ihc United States to foreign
.oris, and allowing them to be taken in
whole pa kages in lionds. The third section
ptovides that for eight months from the
tcssagc of tlie act American registers may be
issued to foreign built iron ship for foreign
Mr. Sherman opposed paying liack draw
backs or dutie:; already received ly the gov
ernment, and would xtrike out the first two
sections; he was in favor of Liking advan
tage of the cipnrtunity afforded by the for
eign war of extending our carrying trade.
Mr. Corhctt favored llic retention of the.
first two sections, believing the iKiyment of
drawbacks, equivalent lo the duties that
would be collected on shiplaiilding material,
: liotild lie ciitl as a means of stimulating the,
Isiiltling til ship, in our own yards.
A motion by Mr. Dawes, to table the bill,
HEATH OK SENVTOR NORTON.
Mr. Baniscy announced the death of Ills
Colleague, Hon. I). S. Norton, which oc
curred in Washington the previou- evening.
He then oftercd a resolution for the apfioint
ment ofa Committee of three Members t if Ihc
Senate and five of tltc House, to attend the
lemaiiis to place of interment. The resolu
tion was adoiited. Mr. Drake from the Con
fereuceCouimittee on the Naval appropriation
bill, submitted a report which wa.; adoited.
CANADIAN NAVIGATION COMfANV.
Mr. Churchill introduced a bill. to allow
.tc.iiiiljo.its of Canadian navigation coniia-nie--,
built in the United Stales, to carry ims
scngcr.; and luggage lietween American
The llouc then went into business on the
Senate amendments to several House bill,
Objection was made to taking up the Sen
ate amendments to ihc apportionment bill,
and the hill remains on the ScakerV table.
Senate bills on the Sjieaker'a table were
tliNisetI of iiimuiarily. Thev numliered
about 80, of which 25 were for railroad
gr.mt.s; the latter were objected to, even lie-li-re
tbe clerk had time to read the lilies.
The others were either oMcctcd to ami re
mained on the Speaker's table, or referred to
appropriate committees, with the exception
of a few whith jKUs-cd.
The Senate amendment to the Iloti-e bill
extending the provisions of Ihc pre-emption
laws to Ihc Territory of Colorado, was a in
CANNED Htriiri AKI) VHltTABMi'.
The Senate bill cxcfrtrting tanned ami
preserved fish from internal tax, wax
anic-udcil by including shell fish, meat.:,
fruits and vegetables.
LANDS IN SOITII CAROLINA
Mr. Bttth r of Hajs., from Committee on
Kecon truction, reorteil a bill for s-detif
lot; antl tracts of land on Sea Islantl, Beiu
ftit county, South Carolina.
During a discussion of measures, the
Spcakir laid before the House Senate eon
enrrcnt lesolutinns on the death ol Senator
Norton, and providing for a Committee to
attend place of interment. Kci-olution-t
INDIAN AITRurKIATION BII.I-
Mr. Dawes rejiortcd the Conference Com
initDcon Indiui apprnprLition bill. Tlity
h.td lieen unable to Trgree after ten or twelve
laborion; tcraions. The two Houses had
taken position in lefcrent: to Indian lrc.ilk';
of ISciS lint apjieared irreroncil ible, and
now they were fop-ed cither to the necessity
of having a session called by a Proeki
nution ol the Pre ide nt to attend
lo matter or responsibility of an Indian war,
lint h- had l-eii authorized by the committee
on appropriation: to report an entirely new
bill appiopriatinc five million dollars to en
able the President lo maintain jieace among
the several trilies, hinds or parties ot Indi
an: and pay annuitie; to them and to pro
mote civilization among them, antl bring
them more practicably on re-e-rvations, anil
relieve their ne-cessiiies antl encourage their
cfltirls at self-support.
A detailed uirtof all the expenditure;
up to tint date i to lie made to Congre-s-; in
December n.xt. He admitted this wa; the
kind of legislation which should I rcortcd
to only in the last extremity. He would ut
no such mwcr in the hands of the President.
He did not believe it was now the only
practicable way of preserving ieace among
Mr. Car lie Id thought an appropriation of
five million, without recognizing treaties,
would not present an Indian war, while an
appropriation of four million, with such
recognition, would prevent it, and he argued
that it w.w ihc duly of the House to carry
out t lie provisions of the tic-ilic; made by
the constitutional treaty making power.
MK Sargent nude a formal conference re
port on the rubject, antl moved that the
Hoii'c adhere to the jiosition of the bill.
The motion which terminates the mailer,
ami virtually kills the bill, was agreed to.
Mr. Davis thon called for a vote on the
bill reported by him, placing five million
dollars in the" hand., of the President for
Indian imrposes, and stated that if not pass
ed tlie members would he called hack to an
extra ses-ion before they reached the railroad
The rules wcm stt?pended, ami the bill
jsU-cd ycis 123, nays 68.
e;cTAKTIANS iOU INDIAN CHILDREN.
Mr. Clark, of Kansas, from the Committee
cm Indian A flairs, reported a bill authorizing
the Commissioner of Indian Aflatrs to ap
jioint guardian.; or trustees of minor Indian
children entitled to pennons or bounties;
passed. The hill is confided to the Mh Kan
rcnrfnl Storm In tan
Montreal, July 14. One of the most
tearful storms that ever visited this country
Bwefit over here last evening, and actually
levelled everything in its war. A large
number of buildings were utterly destroved.
hundreds severely damaced, but no lews of
life yet reported. Two large freight sheds
of the Grand Trunk R. R.prostratea;theloss
on them alone is immense. All telegraphic
communication with the city is stopped. Ru
mors of still greater damage at other points.
Janrnew aanl Araon.
Detroit, July 14. At an early hoar this
morning, a bouse occupied by Sirs. Phillip;
and daughter was discovered to be on fire.
When the names were extinguished the two
women were found dead and their bodies
horribly mangled. A man nanwd Edward
Hoag who lived with the women was arrested
on suspicion, bat denies the crime.
Canandajoca. N. Y.. July 13. The
jury in the case of Gen. Starr, tried for Tio-
auagtaeaeairainy una nraKcuwowu
with the Fenian raid, broaght in a Terdiet of
guilty on two counts of the indicDnent, with
a reconnnendation to merer. The case of
CoL Thompson, aunikrry cnatnd, occupied
the rest of the day, and wanned fat a rimihr
Terdiet. The trod of M M btgiai to
tl?Jtm mi KetaaMa-llaeArn.
auqav awr aavaaaMwaaM.
St. Aotis. JnlV tii Oh Trsiir .-i bnr
about ii years of ate.. MwrlJair JA at feaaa
on the gradmpof fws MLs.FoV KuaaaA
TeSim AaaVoadV zfm tmr iwa.i fkaa
Sedalia1, wasaeverclr'. noggd1 By owe of the
workmen: CwMlcnmc one of Its norsff ae
rode awav bat retrtrmwl m aeeat mm Ironr
armed with a shot gaw rnaf retrotrer, aad
rtcfingupto- the maw who waitiiul aaa.
shot Mat deacL Another tmm rmnmm for-
rd terdaartM haw. whet he frecf mm rw-
volver matbMf woanding oaeof fbeatawil
with aistol ia MrJ fritdtad uwhwteaai and
drove ofT uamokstetf The anwe day a negro
ravkshed a white gwl airl the dtaras of the
place took him from jail ifflrj rwbk him.
Yertcril.tr a neirm crtvAv inaaWf Mrs.
Crawford Jititte four miles from Sedalia,
during her keArnds absence. Mr. Craw
ford with blood" faarrds is now on hu track.
rnmla lata- mf Melajr.
PjtBlr, Jury 13. TTie cretnt journals
rciiort that an the Minrsters have rcagnect
The Corps Legirlatif had an excited aesaion
to-day. Jerome David sobmittcd interpola
tion-, to the ministry, which M. Grammont
retcrreil, and will not answer antil rriday.
David, therefore, p-tinted out the Aigrant
Cfnlrast between previous haste ami present
slowness on the part of the minfetrv lo de
clare itself. Hesitation was now ridiculous
in a ministry which at first made such boh!
speeches, and delar was all the while work
ing to the advantage of Pro-;.!.
XlaHfera Who ( rrenrh.
WASHIKCTON, Julv 11. It was verv
generally expected vesterdav that the Presi
dent would announce the removal of Minis
ter Motley and Minister Bancroft, and send
to the Senate the nomination of en-Senator
Frclinghiiysen, of New Jersey, for the En
glish mission, and Secretary Cox, of the
Interior Department, for the Prussian
Court. There is no doubt that the President
will to-day nominate 3Ir. Frclinghuyin as
M inister to England.
TtMJONTO, July 13. It is rriKTTled that
the Covcrnor-(enerarK proekinution will U-K-itteil
shortly, declaring the admission of
Maritoha into the Dominion. It will con
tain an amnesty clause. Advices from Fort
Gary slate tli.it Kiel! ii virtually kept a pris
oner liy his own men, who stand guard over
him to prevent his leaving tlie settlement.
antl that both whites antl Indians have sent
dVputatrons to meet the Dominion ex'wdi
limMttd to tender it the aid antl assistance of
I lie inhabitants along the road.
Xkw Yohk, July 13. Frcvot Faradol,
Ihc new French Minister, arrived to-day.
He went In Washington to-night to present
his credentials; he was strongly American
during the war; he thinks lhcca.-c of France
against Prussia is as dear now as the case of
America against Mexico was in tlie Maxi
milian ta-c; his win anil daughter arc with
him; he goe; to Ncwimrt next week.
incy, July IS, A collision Mwe-en the
freight train of V. B. c Q. R. K. and the
pasenger train on the Toledo, WaUwh, v
Vetern Riilrtstd at Fowler Station this
morning, resulted in the killing of break-
man Hainill and injuring th" engineer and
fireman antl smashing the locomothc ami
Paris, July 13. The Gmtftiitifl i
pacific to-day, but the other journ ds continue
lo fill their columns with the details of war
The ISoitrse to-night is agitated, rente;
having fallen lo tiff francn 75 centino.
cpaMlrans nannrl tn t'klaew.
San Francisco, July 13. The Republi
can State Convention ha; resolved that (Jen.
Cook's bill asauist tire importation of
Chinese, embodies the sentiments of the Re
publican party of California.
Philadllniia, July 13. Tlioma, Mil
lion, head of the firm of Hilbon & Co.,
wool brokers, i.; rcjmrtt.il to have disappear
ed with sixty thoiuand dollars lielonging to
The Oldest Paper in Knrta
1HE Mil DIM. PAPER IX KANSAS.
TllK I.I-III:. WORTH riMKS ll-sllts Itscll to Its
iMllr and Weekly oi'Ii . in a nrw ilirss. It l.itrs
tin. (xct tun t'i re turn it think, tilths )s-m!iiI
Kin-islora itroiiv irlmli, Ih-.hi hi thu il.uk
il.ijsiil mir Ttrittmiit lii-tmy. Ii i. incn-i-wl 'villi
cvny j car l th" nvit . if lliehtatc.
Till. TlMl-s will !; Hi tlm liitmr, .i- In IIk" 'il.
The Ia-jiIuik litr in Krfits.cs
II will pnMi.li lli lullv.t Ul-.t.ilin. Uol-alili-js
I Hie As-aiciilcil I'ii-jl, nith ss;s:i.il jinl cxclll.i'
ih--Mtihi-s Iiihii .ill ii!i!t.int niiti. Jii'l in irs-ii'l
tucvtiy inipiit.tiit im nl
It will hiI.i.Ii Mtn- In in itur Coutily rftrl
Town in tlie M ite, Ki"i" lull "'I JieiifitHiI.-siii-
li'iiiciitcciry lisr.thlc, .in I tlm, linking Till 1 1 Mir.
a iiiiitiniKiiis 1 1 1 -t ; i y il KuisU. Tlii- t-itiuo i
rciiliar to this ntriijl, ami mile-, i.a vjliinl
to l.istrin a. to Ikhiip iiiltir, .nil it ric t'i ths
iniiinr-.irit the infriinliin wliih ht ilt-siro in ic-.-tul
In llic ic-sniirccicil Kitivis.
Thr ilitieal chcr.ittcr nt 'I m. Times mil !-. a.
ever, a IvM, fiatlr', citisik u ami fii';Thiip
KrptiMMainiii, tin" tn tlie c.him wlnili kivi-,1 tln
Nati'iti, an I nlmli will relcciit the t.iti- fnnil th"
nils of rmcnii'l tHli-ri";.
It willM.tnl hy the Icipla in .ill then efi nt lr
matiiial .-t illy an I -kiiI ntrs. mil lefiini.
rfii I will cxpoJ cvciy M-li'ins wlmli slnll iiijhih
thiHrl liameot nat.ipl Ihr j:i,wilml K.uisai.
DAILY, per year - -
WEEKLY, per year
. 8 no
- n i
. 22 .V)
r-ivc oif'ir-,l t ! Wis-klr. n
ip yp.ir-. .
il'i il'i ......
On roiy- IrRKK
Iu the scttci-nptif evciy cluli.
Bmllct hp the System.
Mrn5lh rvarrirat Ci-I at thl ynn. Tint is
e-itirc-ialljr thecal with all wlmlirr hy thr swratof
thrlrlTijw. 1-nno ccrrrpuiri,! thr Mr-likr skin
amm-tuic rxii'h-c which nuitaitH tlwrriinUi.f
vitality. TlrrliT the Mol n iniivrrishilt the
nrr vr-4 rrtaxr.1, thr nurflc-t wr-ikncil, thr dijpM
tiun iiuiairrl. Hie l-irl livtutN-!. ami thr ani
mal sfilritc ilrprrssisl. Tlir constant liam thai m
diicra thr rllccT'C canmit l arrrst-l, lcaii- It l
ilue tii the heat of llic atmosphere; hut the losj of
Ihc lur-ustatniii,; clrmrntc can l siipplicit hy
extra invizuratinii. Now, ihcrrfitt-, Ullirtinir .
resort lo Hmtetlrr'K Mntiiwh Piitrr, the mt
inwerfu! c ml healtnful f all vrcrtahle limit . !";
exrerlcnee ha-t provcil that iwlliiiig el will cflt t
nally kiistain ami rcvnlatc thr fjrlrm. whrn wilt
lag down umlrr thr ilntlhlr tvsuirr nf fX(rii
heat, and constant physk-U or mrntil lalr. All
prrvMis wIh have hnn tempteil In try hial "t'-n
Irs" (s-callril) which havr Iwn startnl hy jofilnl
prcii!itrs in almost evrry town ami villasr, wilh
a.virw of "tnrnins a penny" hy Ihecri-Jiilily (
tbe unwary, know thu to their ni-l. It l a wi
maxim that tayt "hoH fit lo that which U
piml." Ot the Ihtlr millioni of prople In Ihe
Vailcd .States. proliaMy cine-fifth havr Katnl thr
rotorative properties uf llmletlrr'a Hitters ami
kmiw it to lira upectlic f-r ltsrria, liiliou-neis,
nenciCM wrakneu. rrnrral iletiilitr. const nation.
fever ami acur, ami wante-f apnelilr, that any of
enrse mkiuu rjr perctailei to esrenmeni won cne,
wotihlcta Dostruiu, rrenmmrmlrd hy un-riipuloeu
ami LjTDorant empencs tc-een alm4 lucreilit-le.
If. H. KJnXT,
141 ami 143 Sakwnec street,
Lea we m worth, Kauai
WHOLESALE ASD KETAIL DEAIE !."
GAKDEH. FIELD AMU FLOWER SEED.
Surprise Oats, Choice Scot Corn, Early Rove rota
tor'. Jtotine ami Garden City Plows, Brown' Corn
Matiters, Kxcrkior ami Champion Reapers ami
Mower;, Manh Harvesters. Vibrator Threshing
Machine. Buckeye Grata IMIk and all kiacbaf
FarminK ImpkmrnU. fchITw94
61 Ail REWARD WILL BL GIVES FOR IN
OlUU FUKXATION which wlH trail to tbe de
tection of the ariaemnt who, on Ibeavbt of lh
Fourth of Jly. caterri oa the inribea of the an
drtwftd VA mMts west of the City, and dectrorcd
a targe awakcr T fraH Ucea and committed other
drpredaueai M. J. FARROTT.
ywr Yoax, Ansust I.Mh 1S67.
Al'ow m to caH yoor attcaltuo to my PREPA
RATION OF 0M POUSH EXTRACT OF BUCH U.
The component pub are BCCHU, Lomo laur.
MODE OF PREPARATION.
Buchu iu Tatuu. Junivr Rrni'v,, I.v ititilbtinn
lofortu atineatn. Clt extracted liy lir-Lxc-meut
liy luor oMaincsl from Jumper Rrrrie". coo-,
taining very little sugar, a Miull portiuu ufFpuit..!
ami moce palatable than any now in u.e. The ac-
tlTe rTptttiea are bj this mode extracted.
Bmlaa. upreinunl l.y InitXL-.tj Krnerallr. lot
ailjtkcdor. It u a rUnt that emits its tuiname.
Ihc action ofa Ism destioy this iu active princi
ple), leaving a ilark aad glutinous decoction. Mine
U the cshii of inKiedleuls. The RiHhu in my prep
aration predominate!; the mallet quantity of the
othsr iniuelHutsarealdel. I petent lt.iiiiiiil.i
tH'n; upon insection, it will t-e fniiJ not to le
a Tuictuie, a in-cde in rii.iiiiMii-sij. nor i.ita
nyinp and theiefciie can le ucd in te win iv
fever ii inflanimatmu evi.-t. In thi you hate Hit
knowIedC ot the inmedlelit.aud the luutlc of pre pa
iliiniH that you will I ivor it with a tii.it, and
that uk'i insist lii.ii it will meet with join jppiu-
I rati. ill.
With a leclingot coiibdeiKe.
I am veiy irspeitfitll..
II. T. IlKIJMl.til
Llirmist an I IhiiKUKt i.l It! ;nn expoiiriuein
1'hil.i'lili-hM. ami now lucattil at his Drug ai
Chemical Warehouse. Ml Breij-lwajr, New Yolk.
I'miii thrlirn"st Maiititiitiiiini: ClIh-iiii-I iu Ihr
'I am :iisiiaintis with Mr II. T. Hi Iml-oM. Iu
occupinl thr Itiik Store op.ite my ic-siilenrr, ami
wa, iHcrs-ftil in rontluelins Ihr htiinc-vs where
other had not t n ciually m lieiuro hnn. I have
been favorably inipre-csl with hu cluracttr ami
I If mot Towels .4. WciKhliuau, Mrflmf 11 Iiu'imk
Chemist., Ninth ami Krown street-, I'luU'lclphii
Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu,
lor wejknrss aiiing fiom in Ii-icIkhi. The cx
liaatnl nwersiif Kature "huh are attniii.iiiiis
hy soiuany alariiiiivsyiuptiiinv, aiuons whiih will
I found, Imlipiuition lo Kxrr lion, lyii of Memory.
Wakefulness Horror of Iik-h-h-, or I oreho-
ilmg-of Evil, in fuf, niiiver.il lissitiflr, pinstra
tiMis and inability to enter int'i the enjojmciilsol
fho 1'iiistitiitiiu. oii-o attiit-l with Oijiik
Wi-ikms. repine the aid t Mi-li im to stri iifitli
etiandinvior.itrthoiijrteni, which Ilr-l.-MBOLU's.
KXTKAtT Rt'CIIU invaiMtdyilor. If no tir.il
nunt iisulmittcj t . cuiisiiiHptiou or insanity cu
ll rtMBi i.ti'sl-t 1 11'KxikACT Bleiir.in afti-itmiis
peenlur tt Frmalsi, i.-i unnpnlr-l by any olhei
pri paiation, as in 1 1 ins-i-, or Rrtenlioti, painful
nci', or Kiip ic ion of Ctistniii.nr hvjctiition-.,
l'Urrtts-1 1 r s,hnnisftatr ol Ihr IJteru-i. Htid al I
tonipl.iiiils iiKelrnt to thr srx. whetlier ati-iti
fiom hahlt 1 1 ilis.ipition, nn ludeutc in, 01 the
decline ol cii.iii(r of lite.
Helmbold'3 Fluid Extract Euchti
Improved Rose Wash
will i laally i-it"iiiiuiitn liom the ytem ili-3se
aii-ing fiom hahitotdis,ip-iti'.n, at little rtpru-e.
liltloor nocruno m diet, mi lii-nnvruientr 01 ex
j,ure; completely siiKisr-litiK tha iinpli-isant
dtniri'ioinTeiiir.ie, Copaivaanl Meniirr, in all
IVi. Ilri.wnotn's Iliiu Kxtraci Rt cue in all
disi-a.-evef these orjjan., whether existing in mal
or ft male, from whatever can-r oiiinalins, an I no
nialtrr of how lonu ktamlm. It 1, pleaisint in taste
ami odor, "immeiliate" in aitwrn. ami m ir
ttrenathenin tlian any of the pieiaiativiu ol Bulk
The knnVnnK trom biokra-dowu ,4- ileluato
comtitutions procure the riuedy at onie.
The reader nat l" aware that, howerti flight
my l the attack ol thr above di.eae. it I. cer
tain to efirct the bodily health and mental power..
Ail tha aluve de-eaM lepiiic thr aflof a liii
retrc. HELMB0LD3 EZTmACT BU0HTJ
1 Ihr great I'mictic.
cold by DruajtisU everywhere. I'm il,C5 n
botlk, or 6 bottles for f,Wi. Delivtre-l to any a.l
dreu. Dearnbe aymptowa in all couununicaUoiu..
Addreaa H. T. HLLMBOLD, Drus and Chemi
cal Warehotue, 5M, Broadway, Kew York.
NOSE ARE OESCISE ITNLrSS DOSE BP
in atcw4-omved wnT. with ttc-uaobe of
my Chemkal Wareheme . and id
H. T. H1LMB0LD.
As nunkjml. fium inurretiun nr othrr cait-et.
Baaheeaitl.waaedttMiler acini tlrase.,waNi tin
a reaaedr br ituns: beea innridcst. oifr hills atvt
yaaeysaVMUrt with nmu aad hettx. which, ifwl
eaUkcaHy prepared awl compoamtxl. iU restore
health and tict to he invalid. T find uch a
remedy we ihouM keck one that ha. tuml tbe test
of . O
Sure Canrefer Liver CMptelat.
Sre Cure for Wjmpetmim.
Saire nre for DcMlity.
Sare C'nre fmr JmiaIlce.
Kre Cure for MarawmnH.
Ami allaftVctioiis jrisiiii; limn ve.-tknrssi.rus
of action in the Litrcr or
Digestive OiK.in.. fh
Steal remedy for
AndMldixiMst anoint: liom it.
veil live of
the steal pie
FEVKR A AIT!
II is an uiipos-Jhihtr l,i im mwinlut. r
ami Ague, H thry w, nM.aivw h.itt!til llu.iiiii
csly rath rpnng and till.
Will ! Kitrn t..r anv ca-e ol this li.-i il.si .1 . ,.
loanyouethit tisi the liilln-i or lnni.a,iipie-
Tlnr wh. hatn Hi-. Irrr in I .tour will find .,(.
ler Ihr chill-t havr Moppe-I, Unit Iir iafw l-.l
tle.of IheBilteisor Tom,, that the de-ease oill
. These remnliec will rrbiiiM their Constittilions
lister thjn anr known renisv.
These rrmeilies weir plaed N-f ,rr the ptilli.
Ihiily jein ag.1, with .ill tli-nju.li,eof .i-t-all,,i
"palenl inHirine" onrnHii viint them, but
icrlinlly their vhlue. firramr known, and mr to
day, th.y trml at Ihr hrad of all pirparatuin. !
Ilieir rl ivi, with the imlorseiuenl of eminent Jude.
Hwjeis, rlergvmen and phytic tails.
Reail thr Mlowinr. sviiiptonix. and if you'liml Ih it
your system is aRrtteil hy any ol them, vim 1111.
trt assure-l t)ut disease ln lonmwniist iN.ilts, I.
on Ihr mmt important nncansof your body, and un-le-s
M.n chtkel by thr iiseof Niweiful i.hhsIis.
a a mivr.iMo life, vioii tcrmiiiatiiiK in itivith. will
lie the restilt.
Conttip-ition. H it uli ins-, Inw.inl Tiles, i-iilltit-s. l
Blood to the Head, Aiidityof thr MoiimcIi.
Sausea, Heat Iburn, iM-pi-t tor
Kil, KulliH-vtor WriRht in
the Moiiiacli. ixMir
Iriutalions, Mnktns or
1 luttrrim; at I ho lit of the Mom -
ah, .siuiiiilinng of the llrel, Hurtiet or
Dimitilt Hierfthinp, Mutteiinat Ihr llrjil hot.
HU or lultiralin); SsrnaliHM wlien in a l.v-
1114 lture, Ihnines-t of lismn.
Iut or Webs before Ihc
bight, Hull I'jiu in
the Head, HeHiiencyofrir-
t-piratiiai. YellownesH of thr Skin
ami Kyc-s, Tain in Ihr Side, Back. 1'b.r.t.
I.1111W, rl., budden Uuslie-.of Heat BurninKin tho
Ilesh. Constant Imaxinlncsof Kvil, and tire.it i-
pirssion ot Spirits all indicate diMiseot thrl.net
ordirstite-organ.', combincl with nupuie Ii,kI
Hoofland's German Bitters
Arc entirely vecrlable, and contain noliipior. It 1.
i compound of Mind Extracts. The Kooti llcil
and Isirkic from which these extracts are-made, air
githered in t.ermany; all the tnediuna! virliiesair
extncttsl Irnm thrm by anientificeh.uiist. The
extracts are tlien (irwardeil to thi country to l
iied evpces-slr for the manufictiire or this liittei..
There fo no ad-nholie sultamc of any Kind useil in
touipoiimlinR tlie Bitters; hi nie it i. free fium all
thr objection incident to the uw of a li' ior pn re
lation. Hoofland's German Tonic
Icacnmbiiiiilioii otnll the iiiidienNot the Hitters
with pttreisints Criii Hum, cn-jnee. Ac. It i ue,t
for Ihr wn diseases as the bitter., in ci-k-h wluit.
srmie pure alcoholic stimulus i returel.
Like the t-iltmiui; wj never Iteftno oBelcl in l-c
hall of any ine-lnin.il pirpiration:
HON. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
i hietjitaierof IhoSuprimr Couit of IV11n-.vlv.111u
rnn.cnrirnic, Mirrh 16. w,7
"I find HiN.rtaml'.sI.erm in HittrlsisHK""'! I"ini
iL-etul in Ii-j. of tho diiitivu origin-, and ot
rfti it teii'-fit in ea-eiof itt ilttr, ami want ol iipi
iiiij action in llifctein. lourslnilr,
;r.o. w wmiiiWAl'.n '
HON. JAMES THOMPSON.
JtKtiteot the Supreme Court of IVnnsjIvann
riiii.AHH.ritM, Aprils, IHv.
"I con-i-ler 'HooRiml'i. Ilcrin-ni llilti-is' ,1 .iln
tIr uteluiltr in c l-ir of atl.t. ks of In ll.estioii .
licspiu. Iran rlif this liom my exieii-nei'
ol il. Vour, wilh iesi.
jmi.s tii ii !:;.
HON. CEO. SHARSW00D.
J11-I11 rot the Supreme, Cotul of IVnnylrjini
ritu.cpei rniA, June I, I'M
I hive (mill br cxiiientn that "lfnofl.iii I
Jetiii-ni Hllis 1. a ctrv ri1 toui", irluiviiu
ilvi-i 0(1. symi toiiis alurK-t ditis llv.
HON. WM. F. ROGERS,
Mmont thr filyol Knit ilo. N V
MccoR'sllKllet Ri rrAln, June2i. lMi t
have tcc-d "llonfland's tlcrnisn Hitleiv ant
Tonic in my taniily dunlin the m-i jeai, audian
reioniiueml tliem a.in exieltrut tony, iiuprtin
loneand vicor tothe fcyitem. Their use ha l-n
I inductive f decidisllv liell.tirial ct1tt.
wm k. i:h:ki'
HON. JAMES M. WOOD.
Lx-Myorof WiIImiiisiI, IVtiiwylvjiiu
I lake zieat pleure in r.sroiiniirelins "llor,l
laud's Cerium Tonic" loiny one wte. nwy ! Jt-
flirle.1 wilh dyi-pna. I had the d fW1 "
bjilly it waj initoiibl to kcip any !loniiiy
Ftoiu-i h. an l I l-aiiir m wenk a not ! !" ablo to
wilk hall a mile. Twbottl. ol fonie. enVc-l.il
ltfct cute. .IAMt! JI. W(Hl
JOHN BUTERMARES. ESQ .
liw Rirtnertf Judge Maynanl, Wiliinm-porl. I'j
Thlllocettify I hat I have used Hoollriid'K
Irtinian BilleilordyTMi, an I IjiiiiI an invals
llo..rlihfst;. iiimii ReniKlHi air coimti-tlvi'H
5 that thu .isiuluieoff". Jl J u iS t.oa tne
wri 1-1 I i.i h l-illlr. AH otlnrsair ceiiMrileit
limii-rlOfh- an I iiunnleclinvat Ihr .e,V.n
Mli.mebMe. So Ml Arch -treef. Ihiladel, hu,
HAS. M. KVAX,rrriclor.
IciiucilyC. M. JACKsO.N" A Ml
HoofLuid'k lleinuu Bittei. r Imttle0 Sl""
d,, do do tr half dozen el
d., do Tonic . put up in iiait l"Jt-
tlcs, l -') t-oltlc. or a half dozen t S7 50.
aari.n.afin:ttoexiiiuine well the article you
buy, in order to set tbe genuine.
fr Male my Hll
And daleiiu Meiliciue r.vy