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General News Summary.
Tbe Government sold $1,600,000 of
gold, at New York, on June 13, at from
116.78 to 110.01.
The Secretary of War has submitted to
the. Department of Juatioe a report on
the condition of the Freedmen's Bureau,
showing the grossest financial Irregulari
ties, and asking what method shall be
taken to protect the Government and ob
tain for tne defrauded claimants tne mo
ney due them. The report seriously Im
plicates General Howard and his disburs
The Secretary of the navy does not
hesitate to say, in advance of his official
report, that the testimony elicited at the
examination of the Polaris survivors
shows that ' Capt. Hall died a natural
death, and that the separation of those on
the Ice floe from the Polaris was purely
Changes arc soon.to.be made lu -about
twenty consulates, In order that Southern
men may be appointed to them.,
' Col. McKenzte's report of his attack re
cently' on the Klckapbo and Llpan 'In
dians has reached the War Departmer.:.
General Sheridan In his Indorsement of
tbe report, says': "Iso not believe) any
boundary should exist between the United
States and Mexico when we are defend
ing the lives of, our citizens , and protect
ing their property against the 'merciless
'banditti, to whom the name of murderer,
' robber or thief poorly applies as covering,
their acts. iThere can be no Just cause
for dissension if the lawful forces of either
nation pursue them for the purpose of
capturing or ending their deeds or vio
The bankrupt Humboldt Fire Insur
ance Company, of New York, has de
clared a dividend of 60 per cent., on ad
In consequence of the recent advance in
spot and future cotton several cotton
brokers, In New York, have suspended
payment. Tito most prominent of these
are Crenshaw & Co., of Pearl street.
Mrs. Jane McArdle was fatally Injured
by her husband, on Juno 13, at their resi
dence In North Second street, Brooklyn.
They had a quarrel, when the husband
took a slat from the bed and struck his
wife over the head, fracturing her skull.
Writ. Boss committed suicide on June
'13, at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, San Fran
cisco, by cutting Ills throat with a razor.
The following is the comparative cotton
statement for the week ending June 13:
BeeclpU at all port for the week Sjwli
Same time last year 13,074
Tor the year 3,412, WJ
Lt year , 2,68u,615
Export lor the week . . . 23,uw
Same time lut year (JIB.... 1.1,452
For the year ;T7.....3,SlV,(xn
Last year 1, 1-74,774
Stock at allU. 8. port su,4S3
Lut year 164,421
At Interior town 61,400
Lut year 11,64!)
At Liverpool 843,000
Lut year 1U3.0U0
Afloat for Ureal Britain 211,0.0
Lut year 91,000
The woolen mills of Edward Brierly at
Milton, N. H., were burned on June 13.
Francis Glllen murdered his wife Ellen,
in the streets of New York, on the even
ing of June 15, by stabbing her with a
The grand stand and buildings at Fleet
wood Kacing Park, New York, were
burned on the morning of June 15.
The steamboat train from New London,
Conn., on the Norwich & Worcester
Railroad, wis throw from the track,
near Dayvllle, Conn., on the morning of
June 15, by a tie placed on the track.
The engineer, fireman and brakeman were
injured, three cars were broken up and
the engine was overturned and thrown
into an adjacent brook.
A bark arrived at New York, on June
10, from Havana,' with three cases of .yel
low fever on board.
A number of persons were on a raft on
a pond at Calais, Vt., on June 15, when
the frail craft was capsized and five per
sons were drowned.
Almon Gordon, and his wife and child
were found murdered In bed at Thorn
dyke, Maine, on the morning of June 16.
A brother of Gordon has been arrested.
A dispute about a piece of property is
said to be the cause.
The fly-wheel in the rolling mill of Z.
Bobbins 4 Sons, Philadelphia, burst, on
June 16, Injuring six workmen seriously,
and John Murray fatally.
A boiler In Queen's glue factory, at
Rahway, N. J., exploded on Juno 16, de
molishing that structure aridfutally injur
ing two of the workmen.
Vice-President Wilson is seriously 1U.
He is threatened with deafness and partial
blindness, and the general character of his
symptoms are such as to threaten a loss
of his power and activity, if not his life.
His labor in the last, election, followed
by the strain and anxiety of last winter!
are regarded as the Immediate occasion of
his present illness.
A case of yellow fever occurred in
Brooklyn, N. Y., on June 18.
Michael Harrigan and Patsey Regan
Indulged in a prize fight at Fort Lee, on
June 18. Thirty rounds were fought,
and the latter was defeated.
Chap. A. Dona, editor of the New York
Am, has been Indicted by the Grand Jury
of tbe Court of Oyer and Tenslner, for
libel, on complaint of W. H. Kemble, of
Fnuadelphla, the writer of the " Add!
tlon, Division and Silence" letter.
Susan B. Anthony was convicted of
voting Illegally at the last election, titer
tnai Deiore Judge Hunter, at oananaai
irua. New York, on June 18.
The jury in the case of Wagner, the Islo
of Shoals murderer, on June 18, brought
In a verdict of murder In the first degree,
A. D. Wheelock, a physician, having
for some time past been paying attention
to Hiss Ruth Smith, at St. Johnsvlllc, N.
Y., her parents objected, on tho ground
that Wheelock was a married man. on
June 18, proceedings were commenced
on the hearing of which Miss Smith took
poison and died. When Wheelock heard
of her death he also poisoned himself.
An engineer of tho I. C. & L. road,
named George Tracy, while walking on
the track near the company's engine
house at Indianapolis, on the morning of
June 13, was run over and Instantly killed
by a train backing in the same direction,
and which be did not hear.
George Fisher, Greek Consul at Son
Francisco, Cal., died in that city on June
Mr. Gray, Secretary of tho New Zealand
Post-office Department, died at Oakland,
Cal., on June 19. He came to that port
to negotiate for the continuance of the
mall line from San Francisco to New Zea
BerrelE. Oddle committed suicide on
the night of June 12, at Indianapolis, by
taking opium and hydrate of chloral.
Oddle has .held the position of Supervisor
of the Insane Asylum, but was recently
discharged on account of dissipated habits,
Advices have been received, at Wash
ington, that the troops operating In the
Sioux country are seriously impeded in
their movements by the presence of small
pox. The officers report that Indications
point to a general engagement with a large
force of Northern tribes, at no very re
Major Henry Ewlng, principal proprie
tor and manager of the St. Louis Timet,
died in that city, on June 13, of typhoid
Charles Ilahrcnmann, a German car
penter, shof himself in the right car, at
Indianapolis, Indiana, on Juno 10. He
At Evnnston, III., on Juno 10, Charles
Brantz, while walking with two compan
ions, was shot through thu head and killed.
There Is no clue to the perpetrator of the
Edward Benham, General Freight
Agent of thcC. W. & M. It. it., was killed
on the morning of June 10, near Goshen,
Ind. He was in thu net of throwing it
nussngc from the platform to some labor
ers, when, leaning over too fur, his hentl
came in contact with fimoo-pnst nnd he
was thrown under the cars and fearfully
mangled, and picked up dead.
The dry goods store of L. A. Wheeler,
of Milwaukee, Wis., was robbed, on the
evening of June 15, of $1,000 worth of
goods. A detective got on track of the
thieves on the morning train for Chicago.
On reaching that placo he telegraphed
that tlve thieves had jumped from
the train, that a desperate fight ensued,
in which one was killed and one recap
tured. The bribery case of Ex-Senator Pome
roy, was called, on June 10, and continued
at the request of the defendant until the
There were three fatal cases of cholera,
at Cincinnati, Ohio, on Juno 10.
On the T., W. & W. train bound East, oh
the morning of June 17, between Peru
and Wabash, Ind., a brakeman named
John Hcrrester was shot by a pasengcr
named Kautner, the ball entering near the
ear and coming out back of the ucck,
making a severe but not dangerous wound .
On the arrival of the train at Wabash,
Kautner was taken in custody. He claims
that tho shooting of Hcrrester was unin
tentional, and says he shot at conductor
Godfrey, who was attempting to put him
off the train.
2 Late advices from the Plains indicate
that tho Apaches are on the war-path.
A now horse disease has made its ap
pearance in Sangamon County, Illinois,
which has, so far, proved fatal. The
cause of the disease Is not known, but it
is well understood that horses that have
had tho epizootic are more liable to
the disease than others. Tho disease at
tacks the horse very suddenly, the spine
and hind limbs becoming almost entirely
paralyzed, the animal losing all control
of its hind limbs. The disease seems to
be on tho Increase.
A fatal case of cholera occurred at Steu
benvllle, Ohio, on June 18,
Tho Northern Railroad Surveying party
was attacked by 150 Sioux Indians, near
Lincoln, ou tho mornlngof Juno 17. Four
of the attacking party were killed.
A Yreka dispatch, of June 18, announces
the suicide of Curly-headed Jack, by
shooting, at Faircblld's Ranche.
The Shah of Persia reached England on
Isham O'Nell was executed, at Atlanta,
Ga., on June 13, for the murder of James
Little. He died protesting his innocence.
The body of Father Anthony Grim was
found in tho Potomac river near Washing
ton, on the morning of June 13, He ar
rived here about six months ago from the
Indian country, where he had been serv
ing as a missionary for tome years past.
He stopped at the Providence Hospital,
an Institution under charge of the Bisters
of Charity, and went out early June 13,
It was thought, for a walk, and was
not seen again until bis body was discov
ered. He is believed to havelcommitted
ulolde while laboring under temporary
Inanity. The remains were turned over
to his friends of the Church for burial.
Joe Duncan, colored, was hanged at
Paris, Ky., on June 18, for the murder of
John Hawkins, colored, In April 1872.
On June 14, three squares In the busi
ness portion oi tho town of Navasota,
Texas, were burned.
. The Nashville railroad ,brldge near
Bowling Green, Ky., was carried away, on
the morning or June 14.
The cholera is increasing In Memphis,
Tenn. On June 15, the Interments num
bered twenty-one against twelve on the
Hon. Joseph Brooks has commenced
suit In tho Circuit Court of Pulaski, Ar
kansas, against Governor Baxter, for the
office of Governor of that State.
Ex-President Johnson proposes to run
for Governor of Tennessee, this fall, and
has hopes of hlselectlon and promotion to
the United States Senate.
Three negroes, were lynched at New
Iberia, La., on June 17, for the murder of
Lavel and Sauer, last week. They con
fessed the crime.
A Committee of tho people of Louisiana,
white and colored, on the basis of co-op
eration and a new departure, held an ad
journed meeting, on the evening of June
10, and adopted, resolutions advising that
tho two iraces be Disced uoon a strict
equality in respect to oiuce ana civu
rights, and condemning all acts of vio
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lence, by whoever committed. The reso
lutions are to be. submitted to a mass
meeting of the peoplo of Louisiana.
Arthur A Glover shot and killed Wm.
Goumllllon and his father, at Edgefield
Court-house, S. C, on the- morning of
June 17. A family feud was the cause of
A German girl, aged eighteen, commit
ted suicide, at Louisville, Ky., on the
evening of June 17. It seems that a Ger
man grocer, named Weiss, of that city,
who was a widower, wrote tho girl's
mother, then in Belgium, a proposition of
marriage. The mother accepted, and
cime over. The girl refused to come on
account of a lover in the Belgian Horse
Guards, and, the mother Insisting, tried
to poison herself, but failed, and was
brought over by tho mother. In the even
ing, sitting quietly with her parents, she
kissed them good night, and retired to
her room. Half an hour afterwards they
heard her scream, and entering her room,
found her In convulsions. She said she
had rather die than stay away from her
over. She died In a few minutes. '
A Nashville, Tenn., dispatch, of Juno
17, says that there were forty-five deaths
from cholera, In that city, on thnt day.
The disease Is evidently gpmtding. Dis
patches from Gallatin, Lebanon and
other points! show that the scourge Is
carrying off a great many persons in that
David Maas, a brewer, and an old resi
dent oi Wheeling, West Va shot himself
In the right temple, on Juno 17, and died
tho next morning. Inability to collect
money duo him is the assigned cause of
A dispatch from Nashville, Tenn., of
Juno 18, says that the cholera continues
unabated In that city: and that the people
are leaving in considerable rfumbers.
Three draymen were attacked on the
streets on that day, and ninety convicts
In tho State Prison are down with the dis
ease. The deaths on Juno 18, numbered
At Hamilton, Ont on the morning of
Juno 12, one Fiells, crazed with drink,
fatally Injured his wife with an ax, and
then cut the throats of his two children.
A special from Madrid, Spain, reports
the existence of a crisis In the Govern
ment, and that fears are entertained of a
Tho Emperor William continues very
111. Private advices represent his condi
tion as alarming.
Klza rasha, Turkish Minister of Ma
rine, has been removed, and Advet Pasha
appointed In his place.
A treaty has been negotiated by Sir
Bartle Frere, at Aden, Arabia, for the sup
pression of the slave trade.
It is reported that Gen. Nouvillas has
defeated the Carllsts, near Vlttoria, Spain,
with tho loss of 300 insurgents killed, and
700 taken prisoners.
Caatelar Is about to propose to tbe
Spanish Cortes the division of Spain into
tne lollowing federal States : Catalonia,
Arragon, Navarro and Biscay; Valencia
and Niincla, New Castllo, Old Castile,
Sallcla, Andalusia and Lower Estramadu
ra, Cuba, Porto Rico, the Baliarlc Islands,
the Canaries and the Philippines.
Frederick Lud wig George Von Raumer,
the eminent historian, Is dead ; age, ninety-two.
The steamship Great Eastern has com
menced the laying of tho new Atlantic
cable from Valentta Bay, Ireland, to Sid
dey, Capo Breton.
Don Adelno Ballevan has been elected
Constitutional President of Bolivia, to fill
the unexpired term of the late President
Mr. O'Kolly, the correspondent of the
N. Y. Herald, has arrived In Santoni,
Province, of Santander In custody of the
xne Italian Denave. oy tu ui tow
68, nays 90, on June 17, passed the bill tor
the suppression of all religious corpora
tions. The measure now awaits tne roy
al sanction to become a law.
The Cure of Santa Cruz, the fighting
Garllst Priest, on June 18, burned the
railroad depot, with 800 passenger and
freight ears, at Beasain, spam
The British ship Dorris, from Nassau",
N. P., arrived at Halifax, N. S., on the
morning of June 18, with six cases of yel
low fever on board.
That New Velvet Hat.
Old Colonel W . formerly a well-
known character In one of our Eastern
cities, was remarkable for ono passion out
or tne ordinary range oi uumanity; anu
that was, for buying any lot of trumpery
which came under the head of "miscel
laneous" for tbe reason that it could not
Though close-fisted in general terms, he
was continually throwing away money,
In fives and tens, on such trash. In this
way. he filled all the odd corners in bis
dwelling and out-houses with a collection
of nondescript articles, that would have
puzzled a philosopher to tell what they
were made for, or to what use they could
. . . ma
do put. inta, nowever, was a secondary
consideration with the colonel i for he sel
dom troubled his head about articles after
thev were falrlv housed. Not so with his
wife, however, who was continually re
monstrating against tnose purcnasea,
which served to clutter ud the hduse. and
as food for the mirth of domestics. But
the colonel, though he often, submitted to
tueae remonstrances oi ma Better nau,
could not resist the passion; and so he
went on. adding, from week to week to
bis heap of .miscellanies.
One day, while sauntering down the
street, helieard the rich, full tottes- of the
auctioneer, and of course stepped in to
see what was being sold. On the floor he
perceived a collection, which looked as If
it mignt naveoeen puriomea rrom tne
garret or some museum, ana arounu wmcn
a motley group had assembled; while on
tne counter stooa toe portiy auctioneer in
tneneignt or a mocx inuignant remon
strance with the audience.
"Nine dollars and ninety cents?" cried
it is barbarous, to stand by and permit
such a sacrifice ofproperty! Nino dollars
ana ninety uoon morning, coioneii
A maanllicent lot of antlaues. nnd all
going going for nine dollars and ninety
cents. Gentlemen, you'll never see
another such lot! and all going going
for nine dollars and nlnetv cents. Colonel
W , can you permit such a sacrifice of
Tho colonel glanced his eye over the lot.
and then with a nod and wink, assured
him that he could not. The nest instant
the hammer came down, nnd the purchase
was hU at ten dollar:. As the nrtlcles
were paid for and to be removed lmi.ieii
atcly, the colonel lost no time In getting
a cart, and havlnsr evervthlnir nacked uo
and on the way to the house. He pro
ceeded to his own store, chuckling within
nimscii mat now nt least no turn made a
bariraln. at which his wife could not crum
In duo time the colonel was seated at
the dinner table, when lifting his eves, he
observed a cloud on his wife's) brow.
'well, my dear?" said ho Inquiringly.
" Well" reDcated his wife. "It Is not
wen, air. w
endurance. : I am vexed bevond
You know C, the auc-
" Certainly," replied the colonel, "and
very gentlemanly person he Is, too."
UVnn m.i. tl.l.,1. II 1.1- ...If..
auu iu.j kiiiurt nit iciiivu ma n iiu,
"but 1 don't, and I will tell you why. A
few duvs atro. I gathered together all the
old trumpery with which you have been
cluttering the house for the last twelve
years, and sent It to him with orders to
fU tho lot immediately to the highest
bidder, for cash. He assured me he would
do so in all this week, at farthest, and
iay over tne proceeus to my oruer. Anu
ere I have been congratulating mvselfon
two things, first on having got rid of a
most Intolerable nuisance; secondly, on
receiving raonev enough therefrom to
fmrchase that new velvet hat you prom
sed me so long ago. And now what do
you think r This morning about an hour
ago, tho whole load came back without a
woru or explanation."
The colonel looked blank for a moment
and then proceeded to clear up tho mys
tery. But the good woman was pacified
Iv bv the nromlse of a ten dollar note.
besides that in the hand of tho auctioneer;
on condition, however, that she should
never mention it. Of course she kept her
The Use of Eyesight.
In order to see. one must let his Imagi
nation free. His fancy, his thought, his
appreciation, all must now Into his eyes.
Eyes without these qualities are only
glass spheres they reflect Images but
never appropriate them, never feel their
beauty, never translate them into the sen
sibilities. With a dull brain there is noth-
I n ...1,1. MH l 1 tt
tug iv net? will, au auiivc, iiuaxiuauvu
one, an endless panorama of delights.
AVAVcuit wunvu, vjct ucuw, nouiuB,
first set the brain in action, and esneciallv
that function which we designate as im
agination. But this imagination needs
disciplining and training. Tbe beauty of
a landscape depends quite as much upon
the tints and colors that blend therein as
upon its form. Form almost every eye
has some sort of measure of; but color
Is more Imperfectly appropriated. We all
delight In the blue of the sky and the
green of the forests; but the Innumerable
minor shadings, the sentiment and soft
ness,' and the sweetness, that lie in evanes
cent and delicately vague tints and Mend
ings of tints, are what fascinate the soul
of an artist, and these need the cultivated
sense to appreciate. It Is to be able to see
with eyes all alive to what is before them
to catch every phase of expression and
every subtlety or beauty an object or a
group of objects may present It is this
Sift which gives the artist bis nearness to
ature, anil it Is this gift which every
man and woman, If they would expand
their natures and multiply their felicities,
should struggle to obtain. Appletons
Junius Henri Browne delivered the
address at the dedication of a monument
to the memory of Albert D. Richardson,
in the cemetery at Franklin, Mass.
-lAtSii?.?1?11 "rfinx tt Peking, with
all Its dust and quaintness, making one
see the soul of that wonderful veMc.
t Ion In life, and on a huge scale, of the de-
tlpi5. ?n-u60.1?. nnd Rlt with which
every one la familiar, The imperial city
Is a vast assemblage of the turrets, bef
W?.theb"i,?P1rtJ,f th balconies,
and the kiosks, which we have seen a
thousand Umes P lW' But they are
Victory, of Great .Purify, of the Temules
0J9eVif?'Jof Agriculture,-of . the Genius
of tho Winds, ofthe Genius of the Light
nlng, and the Bright Mirror ofthe Mind.
Every year the emperor arrayed in a coun
try costume, with a straw hat a yard in
e'reumferenoe (afterward hung up In the
temple), drives a golden plowshare
through a field, that the tracings of the
furrow may call down the blessings of
Buddha upon the seed-time and the har
vest. Every six months the emperor
burns a number of death warrants in
bronze braziers, ranged under a roof of
dark-blue porcelain, between curate chairs
of pink marble, in front of which are
dragons and pugs In the rarest china,
perched on columns of carved wood. A
little beyond the temple where these cere
monies take place, there stands, built upon
the. wall, a magnificent observatory, two
hundred and seventy-three years old.
The glgantlo bronze Instruments, curi
ously wrought, rest upon the outspread
wings of flying dragons ; a celestial globe
eight feet In diameter showing all the
stars known In 1050, and visible at Pek
ing. Such Is the dryness of the climate,
that the whole apparatus of the observa
tory, though exposed to the open air, is
wholly uninjured, and the Instruments act
with unerring precision.
The middle class and poor quarters In
the town have something picturesque
about them, in the midst of much which
is horrible. They consist of one Inter
minable winding street, with an impossi
ble name, In which there are three hun
dred shops with scarlet boards hanging
upon poles before them, covered with,
gilded, inscriptions, and where only ani
mation., exists In Peking. The motley
scene Is crowded with carts, palanquins,
camels, mules, coolies, Chinamen, buying,
selling, poking about and examining all
sorts of merchandise, myriads of children,
and old men pushing their way to the
waste grounds near the walls, that tbey
may proudly fly the kites whose cords
they held In their hands. Absurd as the
notion of klte-flying as a national pastime
seems to us, it is Interesting to - learn to
what a pitch of perlectiort the manufac
ture of the familiar toy has been carried.
M. de Beauvolr says: "I hpve teen In
numerous -Instances a kite which becomes
a flying dragon, a fly Inj eagle, or a Hying
mandarin, seven yards in circumference,
lighted, and given motion and gesture."
They construct these wonderful things
without tailt, a peculiarity which implies
extraordinary art: and so dexterously
manage their equilibrium, that they riso
calmly, steadily, without any. of the Jerks
of our klte-flying, and float, glittering
like stars, vertically abovo tho head nf tho
cord-holder. They fit a kind of Eollan
apparatus to them, almost Imporcentlb'y
small, which Imitates the songs of birds,
or tho voices of men ; and, when tho air
Is crowded with kites, produces a tre
mendous noise ; and thoy send "messen
gers" up the cords with an Incomprehen
sible dexterity. Another singular musical
Invention deserves special notice. They
mako tiny -Kollan harps, hardly heavier
than soap-bubbles,but beautifully worked,
and atllx them to the tails of doves and
pigeons, fastening them to the two cen
tral feathers; as tho birds strike tho air,
It resounds through their harps, loudly or
pathetically according to the speed of their
flight. Chamber' t Journal.
iri. vriKn nr nnn,i a.u. I-
evidently a fraud. The Court Journal is of
tno opinion mat a monarcn wno wouiu
take the trowsers sent from the missionary-Inspired
ladles of Aberdeen, split them
In halves, fill them with sand, and make a
war-club of each leg. cannot be forgiven
upon the ground of mere eccentricity.
HIW YORK. Jane 19. 18TS.
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COTTON-Ulddllnc., 18 0 18
BEET CATTLE-Cholce ...... 5.50 w 6.76
Good to Prim 4.45 0 5.25
HOGS Live ; 4.20 0 4.65
FLOUR XX 6.00 0 6.50
WHEAT Winter No. S 1.65 0 1.60
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COTTON-Mlddltm 17H0 18
FLOUR-Family 8.00 g lO.Ml
CORN-New.... 8 0 60
OATS New 43 0 44
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CORN-Mlxed St 0 57
OATS 42 0 43
HAY-Cboie 86.00 0 26.00
PORK Meat 17.50 0 17.76
BAOON-Sldes 9t0 IK
SUGAR-Falr. 8H0 tH
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