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THE TROT HERALD.
General News Summary.
The President haa submitted to the at
torney general the question, whether those
Modocs who took part In the assassination
of General Canby and his party, could be
tried by a Military Commission. It
.teems to be thought at Washington, that
ueh a disposition can be made of them.
. The Secretary of the Treasury, on June
6, Issued a circular for the redemption of
the following 6:20 bonds of the Issue of
1802: Coupon bonds known as the third
series, act of February 25, 1863, dated Hay
1, 1862, as follows: Coupon bonds $00,
Nos. 1,201 to 0,300, Inclusive; $100, Nos.
4,78;- to 30,000, Inclusive; $600, Nos. 8,001
to 10,700, Inclusive; $1,000, Nos. 6,734 to
33,600, Inclusive; tout, $10,000,000.
Registered bonds $60, Nos. 1,234 to
1,330. Inclusive; $100, Nos. 8,801 to 0,600,
Inclusive; $600, Nos. 6,801 to 6,100, Inclu
sive; $1,000, Nos. 20,081 to 23,300, luclu
lve; $6,000, Nos. 0,403 to 7,600, Inclusive;
$10,000, Nos. 7.093 to 0,680, Inclusive; to
tal, $4,000,000. Grand total, $20,000,000.
The Attorney General has Anally de
cided that the Modocs, engaged In the
murder of Gen. Canby and Dr. Thomas,
can legally bo tried by a military com
mission, and orders to that effect have
The following Internal revenue appoint
ments have been made: Gaugers San
ford II. Parsons, Second District of Min
nesota; William G. llodes, Third Dis
trict of Kentucky; Samuel McPadden,
A dispatch from Washington says that
the English Government will pay over to
the United States, on September 16, $16,
600,000, the amount awarded by the Ge
Officials, at Washington, severely con
demn the massacre of the defenseless Mo
docs by Oregon rufllans. The act has
gone fur towards arousing sympathy for
Capt. Jack and his bond.
The Treasury experts have finished the
work of restoring the securities of the
Lamberton Savings Bank, Franklin, Pa.,
which were burned by a crazy cashier.
Out of $350,000 supposed to have been
destroyed, all has been restored except
about $3,000 In currency.
The grand Jury, who are engaged in
Investigating the financial Irregularities
of Jas. A. Coc, the alleged Boston de
faulter, have discovered forged stock cer
tificates amounting to $325,000.
John Noo, cx-Superlntcndent of the
Croton Aqueduct Department, at New
York, and John Itlcc, former time-keeper,
were arrested, on June 0, on a charge
of defrauding tho City Treasury to the
extent of $100,000.
Hon. Jus. Prentiss, the oldest printer
and newspaper publisher In New Kug
land, and probably In the United States,
died, at Keene, N. II., on the afternoon of
June 0, nged 00 years.
The following Is tho comparative cotton
statement for the week ending June .6:
Receipt nt nil porta for the week 85,3in
Same time last year Ni.:ui
For the year 3,42.l,U3i
Laatyear '1,IM ,011
Export for the week 4,4W
Same time last year 10, H i
for tho year 2,3rti,(Ktt
Laat year 1,-1,4M
Stock at allU. 8. porta 27
Laat year KO.IIll
At Interior towns M.IK"
Last year W,m
At Liverpool tM.OOii
Afloat for Ureat Britain 211,0 o
Last year 87,000
On the morning of June 7, the Byde
Park woolen mills, at Hyde Park, Mass.,
were burned to the ground. The loss is
estimated at $500,000. The mills were In
sured In seventy-four companies for U0O
The establishment of the New York Pie
Baking Company was burned, on the
morning of June 8. Thirty horses per
ished In the flames. Loss, $36,000.
A Are Involving the loss of property
valued at $260,000, and the serious per
sonal Injury of several citizens, occurred
at Newburg, N. Y., oh June 0.
An explosion of fire damp occurred at
the Henry Clay Colliery, near Shamoken,
Fa., on the afternoon of June 10. Short
ly after the explosion, eleven persons
were taken out of the mine, ten of them
dead. There were fifty men in the slope
at the time, thirty-five of whom are known
to have escaped ana will recover, me
accident resulted from old gas exploding
in a disused mine.
A New York Grand Jury have found an
indictment against young Walworth, the
parricide, of murder In the first degree.
The Court of Appeals of the State of
New York have unanimously decided to
llive Stokes a new trial. His counsel say
that upon the next trial they will be able
to establish his Innocence by evidence of
an overwhelming character.
Tho remains of the late J. L. Orr, U.'
S. Minister to St. Petersburg, Russia,
reached New York, In the Thurlngla, on
the evening of June 10. They were re
ceived by a deputation or Masons.
A sad accident occurred, on the mom
lng of June 10, at the gas works at East-
a ra. & a. 1
port;, same, nepaira were to oe maue,
snd a younsr man named Hiram Lawrence
went down Into the gasometer to let off
the water. The gas overcame mm ana ne
fell from the ladder into the water. His
brother Edward went down to get him
out snd he too suffocated and fell. Anoth
er brother, James, tied a rope around his
body and was lowered down, but he had
to be drawn up Immediately, and was
nearly dead when taken out, and now lies
In a precarious condition. The others
were dead when taken out.
James Carruthers was hunjr at Bar re,
Mass., on the morning of June 11, for the
murder of his wife.
Dr. Le Meyers, a dentist, of Middle-
town, N. Y., while drunk, on tho evening
of June 11, fatally stabbed his father with
a sharp Instrument.
A brutal murder was committed at Au
burn, N. Y., on the evening of June 11,
by Merritt Wheeler, who killed Fannie
Sterling, by holding her by the hair of her
bead and kicking her to death.
Dr. West, of Dover, Delaware, who
killed and skinned a negro some months
ago, was acquitted, on June 11, on the
ground of Insanity. A charge of arson
Is still pending against him on which he
will be tried in October.
A passenger train from New York, and
a freight train came In collision at East
Newark, on the afternoon of June 11.
Both engines were demolished, and the
baggage car telescoped Into the smoking
car. One engineer was fatally wounded,
and a largo number of passengers cut and
bruised. Passengers In the smoking car
crawled through the windows.
The first of the Jubilee concerts were
given at Chicago, on the afternoon of June
6. Over 20,000 people were in attendance.
In the evening a second concert was
given, which was attended by not less
than 40,000 persons.
Tim brakemen on the Atlantic and Pa
cific Railroad, at St. Louts, havo struck
because of an attempt to reduce their
An. enterprising showman writes to the
Government from Tlllln, Ohio, offering
to pay $60,000 Tor the privilege of exhib
iting Captain Jack throughout the coun
try during sixty days.
Intelligence was received at San Fran
cisco, on the afternoon of June 6, that
Major Larabee, the Indian Agent at San
Curios, was In trouble witli the Apaches.
They undertook to kill him with spears,
ne ran to Lieut. Aliuy's tent, and Almy,
with six soldiers, went to tho Agency
with him and went into Larabee's tent.
Larabee and Almy came out of the tent,
Almy In advance, when tho Apaches fired
on them. Almy received three bullets
passing through his body, and fell dead
without a groan. Larabee untouched,
retreated into tho tent, four of the six
soldiers ran, and one of the two who re
mained was prevented from shooting by
Conception, the Mexican interpreter of
the agency. The Apaches fled across the
Preparations were made, on June 5, by
General Davis, to hang Captain Jack and
those of his band """,nMl ' ttio mur
der of (Jen. Canby, but a dispatch wa re
ceived from tho War Department to hold
them for further action, and the hanging
Win. Lawrence and Owen Sheridan,
employes of the St. Louis, Kansas City
and Northern Railroad, were attested at
St. Joseph, Mo., on June 0, charged with
stealing goods from tho freight cars of
that road. Tho goods stolen arc wotth
A destructive fire occurcd at Toledo,
Ohio, on tnc evening of June 0, which be
fore It was got under control destroyed
property valued at $250,000.
A fire broke out In tho yard of tho Ma
rietta & Cincinnati Railroad, at Cincin
nati, Ohio, on the afternoon of June 8,
which destroyed 1,400 barrels of coal oil,
twenty-five freight cars, mostly loaded, a
lumber yard, containing 3,000,000 feet of
hard lumber, and seventeen dwellings.
The damage amounted to $175,000.
The Eagle Flouring Mills, at Keokuk,
Iowa, were destroyed by fire, on June 7.
Loss $20,000. While a number of men
were engaged In removing flour from the
building, one of the walls fell In burying
seven or eight In the ruins. All were se
verely hurt, and one man, Andrew Ed
The steamer Meteor was burned at De
troit, Mich., on June 7. Loss $100,000.
The flames communicated to the ware
house of Buckley & Co., and destroyed It
and its contents. Loss $75,000.
On the morning of June 0, the Modocs,
Hooka Jim and Steamboat Frank, were
Identified by Mrs. Boddy ami Mrs. Scblera
as two of the Indians who murdered their
husbands In November last. Tho women
were very much excited, and Mrs. Schlera
drew a pistol and started for Steamboat
Frank, and Mrs. Boddy drew a knife and
dashed for Hooka Jim. Gen. Davis stepped
In and in a moment secured both weapons.
During the struggle the General received
a slight cut In the palm of the hand near
Dispatches from Boyle's Camp, Oregon
dated Juno 8, relate the particulars of an
atrocious massacre of Modoc prisoners,
apposed to have been perpetrated by
Oregon volunteers. On Saturday morn
lng, June 7, James Falrchlld and twelve
men left Cottonwood Creek, with seven
teen Modoc captives, Including Shack
Nasty Jim, Bogus Charley i and Little
John and several women and children.
The Indians were in a wagon drawn by
four mules. At the crossing of Lost
River, the party encountered the Oregon
volunteers under-command of Captain
Hazen, who. after a little parley, corn-
mensed to Jtre Into 'the wagon, They
kept up the firing until every warrior was
Gen. Schofleld has been Instructed by
telegraph, to convene a military commis
sion for the trial of Captain Jack and his
A dispatch from Lincoln, Nebraska,
says that malls from the west report a
waterspout In the Republican Valley, a
few daya ago, 600 feet high. It came
down on a camp of soldiers, submerging
the camp, and drowning six men and
twenty-eight horses. Fields were flooded;
several settlers were drowned and their
houses washed away. The majority of
the soldiers saved their lives by climbing
trees, where they were forced to remain
Reports from Rawlins, Wyoming, state
that gold In large quantities has been dis
A can of powder, weighing 126 pounds,
exploded, on June 11, at the house of
George Edmonds, a coal miner, at Steu
benvllle, O., killing three or his children,
and fatally wounding another. The can
had been placed In the cupboard by the
father, and In the absence of the parents
the children set Are to It.
The latest Intelligence from the Mo
docs is of date, June 8. On that day Capt.
Jack was Interviewed by General Davis
and spoke substantially as follows :
','I.wa not, present when Gen. Canby was
killed. I received a meeaatrc, last winter, la the
Lava Beda.lrom Allen David, the Klamath Chief,
by Old Schonchln, Sub-chief, telling me not to
lower my gun and tight like squaw, but that I
must light like, a man. At flrat I thought their
meaaage Wat a lie, but It eamc ao often I believed
It. I was about to lay down my arms wue n I
tell me to light I that he thought the whltea were
ioiu ocnoncDin io
KU1DKIUUIDI Dim. HIM III Wnillll MOtl ll .lftr.IT
know what he was going to do. Allen aaid.
'Hold on ta vmn mnn urn vmttintr immnnltlnn
and will join you In a few daya) am selling
muyvnf wj uuy injwuer. Alien "am iion'( act
like a woman i be a man. 1 will Join you soon.
I naV0 lota nf lipAliln urhntran, tn trt mm. flrat
Whatever offt-ra the commiaaionera may make,
don't believe what they any. They arc trying to
tool you.' i was going to give up and surrender
when 1 got the mesaugc. 1 expected when I
killed tho commissioners that Allen David would
be Willi me next day, or very aoon, and I had al
ready given Uli niv amis. 1 ate food from the
government, and did not want to do any lighting
after eating their food. When I got thia meaaage
It made me act as though I acted for Allen David
and expected him to join me aoon . Alien David
cauaed me to leave the reservation. I had bad
fee'inga toward the Klamalhsi ao many aucb
mcssagea came I believed they thought ho
meant it. so 1 acted. He and I were mere good
irienda, but he urged me to dothis thing laat win
ter. I waa going wherever they wanted me, and
wanted sonic quiet lace not on the rocks i Allen
David waa always pushing me up. The Klamath
chiefs said the aame. They talked as though
Allen David waa a big chief. He aald we must
not think the Klamath were women. They were
not going to lay down their arms to the whites.
I hadull the troublo and ilhl all thn flirhilnv. unit
he did the looks, and though they tried to get me
into a scrape, 1 want you to know why I com
menced thla war. Last winter on Lost Klver,
Applegate and Brown came and aald a big chief
wu coming to talk and we must go to the reser
vation. Soldiers came and surrounded ua before
the day, and held no counsel. I did not expect
that. 1 was asleep. 1 told them not shoot, when
my boys got their guns. The soldiers lircd the
first gun. 1 did not think they wanted to talk
after the soldiers began on my people. Home boys
llredback. 1 did not. 1 look my things andtran
as faat aa possible away."
Old Schonchln said he had nothing to aay him
self, lie only brought the message from Allen
David. Aa to Ueneral Canby'a things ho had on
he aald: "I can't aay anything about It. I went
away and the boya who killed Canby got the
, inn weni on aa aoon aa i
ifj them. " .Turk livltur qRH.
tloned, aald: "HoUa Charley una schack-naaty
Mm killed Urn. Canby. Allen David advlaed
Ilium to alii Cnnbv. ao thev did It. Am tell Inn
the truth . I did not kill him 1 had It done, but
did not do It." He added: "I don't. lei bring
them In that aaw. 1 want to face them, if I had
my chains off I would tell all the men who did
Hon, Jacob Thompson, Secretary of tho
Interior under Buchanan, Is dangerously
111 with the cholera, at Memphis, Timn.
A Memphis, Tcnn., dispatch, of Juno
10, says the cholera is Increasing In that
city. There were fourteen interments on
A painter, named E. A. Jackson, com
mitted suicide at Memphis, Tcnn., on June
11, by taking laudanum. It is said that
the fear of cholera was the cause.
A man named Britton hunt; himself
with a linen duster near Brentwood, Ten
nessee, on Juno 11. Cause, whisky and
A London special announces, the serious
Illness of tho Emperor of Germany.
Official advices from the interior, of
Cuba report a battle In the Manzanlllo
Jurisdiction, in which the Spaniards lost
21 killed and 60 wounded. The Insurg
ents had 100 killed.
A dispatch froa Carlsbad, Prussia, an
nounces the death, at that place, of Prince
Adalbert, a cousin of Emperor William.
Princess Auguita, widow of King Fred
erick William Illof Prussia, died, at Ham
burg, on June 0.
A telegram from Spain says that the
column led by General Velarde In
Barcelona, has revolted, and that he and
his staff have bean forced to save them
selves from the fury of the revolted
troops by flight The Constitutional
Cortes met nt Madrid, Spain, on June 8,
and passed a resolution definitively pro
claiming the RepibUc, by a vote of 300
ayes to 2 nays.
The trouble In Grenada Is. ended. After
five hours of obstinate fight the Carllsts
laid down their arms and surrendered to
Alexandria Palace, near London, Eng
land, was totally destroyed by fire, on June
0, causing a loss of $3,000,000. Several
persons were Injured,
A dispatch from Dublin, Ireland, of
June , says a gnat fire Is raging In a tim
ber yard In that city. The crowd, whose
object Is plunder, are interfering with the
firemen, and stoned them, and a detach
ment of police was ordered out to pre
serve order. The latter charged on the
mob, wounding many. The Mayor of
the city was hit bjr one of the stones. In
tense excitement prevails In the vicinity,
and the scene during the charge of the'
troops was fearful. Property to the value
of 100,000 has already been destroyed.
The Qacita publishes a report that the
Cure of Santa Cruz has abandoned the
cause of Don Carlos, and proclaimed a
Cathollo Republic, with Calvera as Presi
dent. A Spanish force In Cuba, after a five
days' hunt, has come upon and dispersed
a rebel band under Msgendlaz, killing the
latter, with twenty-nine followers, and
taking sixteen prisoners.
Mr.' Whitley, proprietor of the Liver
pool Daily Pott, and father of tho penny
press, died at London, England, on June
The Sultan of Turkey has Issued a fir
man, granting to the Kbedlve of Egypt
an independent Internal government, and
authorizing, him to augment his army and
conclude foreign treaties.
Dissensions have broken out In the
councils of the Carllsts. Dorregaray has
been superseded In consequence of an In
trigue with the Marquis Valde Esplnas.
Advices from Rio Janeiro of a late date
aay that the contllct between tho clergy
and the secret societies continued to agi
tate Brazil. Tho minis' ry had taken
strong ground on the subject, and were
gaining support for their policy. In the
Lower House tho Premier made a speech
defending the Free Masons, and promised
that energetic measures should be taken
to prevent Bishops and Jesuits from Intel
ferlng with the society.
Doestlcks on Emotional Insanity.
I want to know about this "emotion
ally" Insane business where it begins,
ana where and how it ends. Does it ex
cuse a man for participation in " battle,
murder, and sudden death," and yet
won't let him up In case he should be emo
tionally Insane enough to help himself to
a pint of peanuts, a couple of apples, or
u double handful of those fried grasshop
pers sold at the street corners under the
guise of "shrimps?"
Becuuse, you know, the thing is retting
serious. When, last Thursday night, 1
was awakened by my landlady, who said
there was a burglar in the parlor, I
thought I did a magnanimous thliitr when
I remarked to him, "Go West, young
man, go westi" instead oi snooting at
mm wttn my pistoi ; tne saiu pistol, how
ever, hadn't been loaded for a year, mid it
wasn't mora than half as big as the two
the gentleman carried in his hands, and
was a mere baby pistol to cither of the
four or five others the distinguished visi
tor had In his belt. As this gentlemanly,
though unexpected guest passed out, lie
quietly whispered to me, over tho barrel
of one of his vicious pocket batteries.
"Don't you provoke me; I'm emotion
So, as I didn't want to do any Injury to
a person so afflicted. I sat still and saw
him emotionally walk off at his own con
venient leisure. Strange to say, this "emo
tion" extended Itself to all the silver
forks, spoons, and napkin rings; to all
the table ornaments, fancy candlesticks,
and other small articles.
I didn't like to see the fellow taking my
and, in the most matter-of-fact way, wills
pereu "emotion" l suusiuen.
Thief No. 2, tinder the thorough super
vision and command of No. 1, fished out
certain golden medals and other prizes,
won by certain family somebodies, who
are nobodies now, and will never be any
bodies again, but which trophies are very
dear to mv grandmother, from whom I
expect all the great expectations l ever
. xpeci to nave, i suggested to tno gen
tleman wuo was mincing nimseii so much
at home on short acquaintance, that he'd
oblige mo bv leaving those things nlone.
Again came forth the ready butt of a
speeuy pistol, anu witti tne single word,
"Emotional." to which Ids companion
supplemented, "Get out now, and lie
quicK aoouc it." i was ior tne time uis-
raisscu tne august presence. The man
said that the onlv reason he didn't kick me
down my own stairs was, that be feared
so clumsy a fellow as I would be likely to
breakthrough the floor and alarm the
rest oi tne nouse.
Now I'm coming to the point those
very Identical fellows were caught by tht
police coming out oi tne very next nouse.
In court their lawver plead "emotional
Insanity" and "kleptomania," and get
them all off free. Theso fellows paid thar
lawyers with the pawn tickets of the very
pronei-tv which these same ivsnectable
practitioners had convinced the Intelligent
Jury had never been seen by their much-
It naturally occurred to me to try on
the "emotional Insane" dodgs there
were so many thlncs that I wanted and
couldn't get, except In an exceptional
Thought I'd begin sort of quietly.
Went to seven different tailors and order-
el suits of clothes ; to bootmakers and
other tradesmen the same.
At night, my landlady said she wai an
noyed by a butcher and a grocer, wh) ac
tually wanted pay. "I'll settle 'tm,"
said I went In with a pelce of three foot
gas pipe, and in a few minu'e Mr. Butch
er's head looked like one of his own beef,
steaks: then went for Mr. Grocer man;
cleaned out his shop In about two mtiutes,
and fixed Mr. Grocer so that he could not
have told his own from pne of lis cabbage-heads.
Landlady thanked nu, and
would have kissed me, only I Ukemy
kisses grown on younger stock.
Morning Man came; man said he was
officer man police officer man ; laid he
wanted to arrest me for knocking people
about; told officer man that I wis emo
tionally insane; officer man said to didn t
know my friend Mr. Notlonallj Blane,
but I could send for him If I llkel to pay
a dollar for the privilege : took advantage
of officer man's inadvertence, aid belted
officer man over the bead with his own
club; officer man howled for help ; these
officer men enn howl for help through a
tin whistle at a rate that would astonish
you; next thing I remembered, after the
simultaneous aescent on my neaa oi sv,
enteen two-foot clubs, was waking up in!
the station house In a bed saturated with
some sort of crimson fluid, as If I had
been taking a awlm in my own blood,
which was pretty much the truth of the
Jh$2t 22&1 .been clubbed, and
aid I wa emotionally Insane. They said
they had all got It. too, andVot it bad!
Next daj sasse into court, and my lawyer
left the o art MumpbintT ' 1
said I, " )r what." Why. for aettfne.
you off t -day," said he, "ft, If JtCkft
aiiyw,WOTer;butIfel the emotion
coming on strong Just now." Well. sir.
fnat a&WSfJ1 d.efled Hnu lred me
he said ttat IfX didn't comedown wltll
twenty doUara that . Just at this
point of his discourse tho emotion over
came me.and the poker poked him Just
behind the ear, and he fell' down. The
emotion left me after I had hit him about
half a dozen pretty good solid licks about
the head, and 1 stepped out to tell his
friends to come and take away the man-
Yet, still that man wasn't happy, for the
-- -j -uvtircr umwr man came to
haul me Into court on the frivolous charee
nf ainiittlnir flit- 1 n ..... cm . -r ,er
-"-"--- -" "";:. IC11UW mine
and battering him. Failing to convince
tne omrer wun my p.ker that he
ought not to expect mo to accompany
him. I. at laat. with a hmJ . ui-j
from repeated visitations of his fist and
uwci naivi, i vunsenieu to go to Court
mm iiiui. um my lawyer, wno naa
thn ilnv beiorn ao aiifWMsfntli. vk
my Insanity, came to court, and In the
...no. nnlillihlnnMnMAH . a ...
muck uuwiwuiiig uiaiiiicr, UI1I1UUI1UCU MUlt
I was no more Insane than he vm. And
thn Cnlirt txllflV.fl him n,1 ll.u Pit
fined me $20 for making a row ; and the
Court mule me pay It, too.
We live and learn. From some remarks
dropped by the Court that day, I learn
that you may murder a man, beat a
woman to death, or kick the lite out of a
child, and "Emotional Insanity" U n good
and siilllclent plea for all. Should you,
however, confiscate a dose of medicine to
.... .i.. ........ iif. ift . . . ....
save tnc lumi sine, n nu were sick ; snoum
you accumulate from a grumpy baker a
In ifllt' llf-Ufl fill- rhnf (vninsn IF ol.n ...ama
starving: or should you, having no means
I I. tn M. 1. . .. .. . , .. Ill
iu gri ii in bu uiuw luiiimrr, Rieni u gill
of milk to keep the life In that child, you'd
have to so to the lock-up, certain.
It Is just as well to know when and
Milinni tr fitYvn. Vnr , el nl.il nir.mo.in 1 ll.n
III.I V. v uwvar. . w. ,.,.. UUCIinW, ling
murder ind hrutal beatings, Insanity is a
good enough plea; but when It comes to
serious crimes, like stealing enough bread
trt k.um fhn Ufa In a mat, tl,..i, ahImimiI
law claims Its victim, and you'll have to
gw v -Mr aaaiaiif ayiivis vr va ia fal,va
lulins Its victim, and you'll have to
jour time. Wrathfully, 6. K.
nier Dotstiekt, P. B.t in N. 7,
A memorial atrninst Hoinlsli practices
in the Church of England, signed by up
wards of sixty thousand persons, has
been presenter to the Archbishops of the
Church. The memorialists asked that the
Bishops of the Church should exercise
their authority for the entire suppression
of ceremonies and practices adjudged to
be illegal; to protect them and their fami
lies In the admission of candidates to holy
orders In the licensing of curates and the
distribution of patronage, from tho teach
ing vhlch, when taken in its plain andob
vloai meaning, is subversive of those
trutos to which their Protectant Church,
as ke-per and witness of Holy Writ, had
overborne Its faithful testimony. The
Arothlshops undertook to draw up and
eircilate a reply, and further promised
that everything In their power should
be d)tie to prevent Infractions of the law.
Another daily Timet has ceased to ex
ist In Boston. The times seem to be lit
orally "out of Joint" at tho Hub. The
old Pinus was the pioneer penny paper in
N'er England, and under Geo. Rotierts,
nov of New York, was ut one period a very
-Rev. Dr. Paddock has ncccpted tho
Blsiopric of Massachusetts, and will prob-ubl-
commence his administration the 1st
NKW YORK. June 19, 1873.
BKSr CATTLE 811. to 0SI2.SO
StnEP-Liva A. oo
KLCUtt-Oood to Choloa 6.81 i
wiiKATr-Hprlna-No. a liM
CORK VeaternH ixed it
OAR Veatern, Maw 4 s
FORX-Mess, Naw 19.68 UMh
hAX3.l i 9)
BKE7K Cboloa 5.50
Fair Grades 4.76
Huw-uve , 4.80
8HKSF-Good to Choice
FLOG-Wait Winter Extra.
QIUI5 WheaT-Sprlnc No. 1.
Corn No. 9
Hve No. 9
Barler No. 9 71
URO.. 8 8J
PCRK-Meaa, New 15.60 2 '6.85
BUTTER Choice 16 3 U
KOOS-rrcah 19h IS
rLOUK-ramtljr 7.2A tf 7.75
WHEAT Red 1,41 0 1.60
CORN New 44 $ 41
OATS New 3 1 3 46
BARLEY 85 $ 5
COTTON-Hlddlinf 18HC4 18'
LARD 8Xi0 J
rURK-Uesi, New 16.S5 0 16.50
IKKrCATTLB-Cholce ....... 5.50
Good to Prime 4.45
JVHKAT Winter No. 3
JAT8-N0. 3 S3 .0
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BARLEY NO. 9 .,
PORK Meal, New. "jtf "
vrTurAwahed.,.'.'.,.'.'.'.'..'.' 47 0 48
TJn-waehed S2 0 85
COTTON-Middllnf 17 X 16
rLOURramUy 8.oo 0 lo.w
FLOUR-Choice and Family.,, t.oo
PORK Maaa 17.
HoiiAMXtt Btneuy nun. ...
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