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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
H II vS.Ml
Nutorv li !!
Notary I'uWlc and '
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Hi wniiii i'ikirk
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Aaaetsi 313,673 8st
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. mukance co ha nr.,
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AKtVU 9080,8 88
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71 OHIO UEVEE
City National Bank,
piKB AND MAHIXE
Ninerarcu IV. Y. ;
amsts . i,aa,aia a(
Gtermsknia, IV. Y. ;
AiWCT..... 1,MI,I1 Ik
Hanover, IV. Y,
Republic, IV. Y. ;
AHflaTTS . Tlt,33 00
CstatprUlaa; taa VnderwrlUra'Aa-
YonkerH, TV. Y. ;
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Sociality, IV. Y. ; Marine
' AiaKTI M3l aa OU
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Cargo kauared at ratea ai faTormtle aj sounl
(xrmatnent aeonriiy win, warrant
t rMpoetfallF ask of the eititena ot Cauu,
haar f thetrpitronage.
v tJ. S. IIUOHErt,
Office at Flrat Watlcaaal Bank
INTEBE8T PAYING PLAN:
'Xnew aad tiofsl ajrutam of Life taanrance ie
' - - eeoiir introaucea uy me
R thla aratem. Lile Insurance la ftirnlahed At
ai little epatai by tbe'niaal plans, and the pel.
ley bol Jer receliea an annual Interest ot seven
and aklllful mathematicians In tho land : Indeeu
It has not yefbren .the aubject nf uqfavoraUe
mention in any respectaoie quarter.
Jiorthweit eor. Fourth k Olho Sis.
" -3T, LOUIS, MISSOURI.
ARTHUR B. BARRETT, Prosident
Benj. Villiamb, Sterttary.
Baakahljihlnthell.t ol sound, thrifty Weiierr
lXlt J! iri)plcapltal-SIU,ociO.
. . . . . , . , . . . u
'it na Aaei-mnre tnan enout
teta-mnre than enough to cover .tl lm
laddUlo j to the caonal.
llabtUUoataeMldUlo j to the capital
'It lias on nunarea inousaau nonara dtpo
It baa en hundred thoutand dollar dtposileu
: '.tkmoothplied' fully With the new ; lawa pi fh
Nal. wnten ar quite ai exacnuK snu moro riKid;
ipwHu icuiu "LluJ4Uliri.ersAiiwju
-"Wlniament U vip-orous, aklllful and )ii
. . k. .Uam ' .Ma.IJm.1.' '
- it inveaia ua runaa in ine west.
le from whqmJlie. art XKt.
Hjlh Interest alone 'is
atraadvmor than aufflciont to navits losses
It laatlM Mllet. nnnn thn nrrilnarl Ufa and ell t
dowmentijaos, at tbq, same, rat at other first. I
laaa eorjaSaadeaT.fc I c
TH policy nomera receive an in pront man.
Th hock noiuen. can receive onir ieH,pr
iir capital, or tii irrru rt
ie s,w s ssisb i
lo noltcv holdats are ai-.
" l it.
oi eastern companies
bav evr Uenablt to pv
TbeBtaUof lUlBolipafd last year about
ffBr)MsoraU9hmoiMrut of, th State
miurnnrrorK an i new coaiana lor an arucu
Uiat mar be produced lust as cluap'y (or more ao
ataoiaiT' " " ' ' '
u A toot la tat MUi-a.
Bjprcub iuwa.Wi nw pitwv; piu vj nun i
',flf)iy t Till Miouirpranuainii thai
,ramucaMIovranieniDorw. . ,
" ."rta tilanias besn'ihorouehlv -crltkuea
full Indorsed bv the moat eminent ac
0ATAW1IA OtlATK PILl.H.
CATAWI1A OKAI'E 1'ILLH.
CATAWBA quad: PII.IJ.
catawiia chape pills.
CATAWBA OKArK 1'ILLfc.
CATAWBA ORAl'K PILLS.
CATAWBA OKAPr. rlLLS.
TLUIl) KXTRACT 8AKSAPAK1LI.A.
FLUID EXTRACT H AKS A PARI LLA.
VLL'II) EXTRACT H AKS A PA RILL A.
XLUID EXTRACT HARM A PARI LLA
rLUID KXTRACT SARHAI'ARILLA.
VLUID EXTRACT BARM AVAR! LLA.
f LUII) EXTRACT PARS A PARI LLA.
APRIL, MAY AND JUNK,
PITRIFV THE BMMID.
In Ihttr month.
HELMHOI.D'S FLUID EXTRACT SARM A PA
Cur all Eraptioaa of (be Hklo.
HELMBoLD'x KLUID EXTRACT CARIArA-
Currii mo want form of Wood Di.t
HKLMHOLDtt FLUID EXTRACT hARiAPA
TjtUt hraTilr Into lh Circulation of the
Belmbold'k fluid extract sarxapa-
neautlArs the Comi.lnion.
All Powder, and outward aDoliratlon, deatrnr
the akfo, rendrrjif; It Itar.h audoarie. Ixok at
(he akin of old maid, and thoe who lie uwl
auh aox length of time. My Ad Tire I, to ill,,
continue thttn, and ue
RKLlLBOLD'fl FLUII KXTRACT HARAPA-
One tattle I, eaunl In alrenrth to me c.Ilr.-i 1,1
tlieBrrup or Iecloni as usually made: and
nine-Ufa, wlded to a nlnt of water eanl the
ce'Lrit.l I.ISIWN nilir HIUMC. T It thla
wax- A Qellchtful beTerape.
HELMROLDK CATAWBA (iRAl'E PILLS
IIF.LMBOLIl's CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS
A plcaunt, eafe and nKieetle'Utharti.
IIELMBOLIl's CATAWBA CRAPE TILLS
Kaed In all afltt-tlnnt where A riirgAtlre Medieine
HELMIIOLD'.H CATAWBA UHAPK PILLS
Hartnle.a to a child, and taken I children.
UEDIBOLD's' CATAWBA CRAPE PII.U
Buperaeda Majuesla, Salt., and crcry other I'uf
nELMBOLD's CATAWBA CRAPE PILLS,
Certain In effect, and pleaaant In operation.
llr.LMHOLD'H CATAWBA (IKAPE PILL
la not a patented Pill.
HELM BOLD 8 CATAWBA OR APE PILLS
acomoaed ol Catawl (irnpo JuI.e and Fluid
K tract lthutarli.
How t tirSceed in the VprinK and Summer
months, to In lire new Me. new Itiood, uew vigor :
purchase two mttie. oi lir.l,iiitiL,n n makss
I'AHILI.A and on. Iioi ol 1'II.I.H-wortli their
welitht In gold.
o better investment ran be made lor so small
UKLMIIOLl) ft FLUID EXTRACT Bl'CIIU
Has acquired a world-wide fame.
A LL of rnv preparations are mer torious. A
XV- period of fwtuty years has proved this to be
Bee remarka made hr lUniamln Traverse. F. R,
C. 8. ."peaking of those diseasea, and dlaeaaea
analog 'from trie eice.a of mercury, h states
that no remeidr la nqual lo the Extract of arsa
parilla, ita power la cxtraordlrnrr, more so than
any other ding' 1 am acquainted with. It I-, In
in the strictoat sense, a tonic, with this invaluable
attribute that it la applicable, lo a atate of the
sstem aoaunken, and yet so Irritable, as ren
ders other substances or the tonic clasa unavail
able or imurlous.
rise BEHAHKaot the ftllr.AT A Dill
PILL M EN Of AM EKICA :
Wm. R. Warner A Co.,
15 North Third atreet. I'hiladclnhla. Pa.
Esteemed Friend l oongratuiat you on
havinr the handsomest and at the same time the
Most Effective. Pill that! h.ve ever known for the
purposes intenden, wm, u. WAHacii t
II. T. lleluibold will remaik, in conclusion, that
hla remenleH ure fhn result of lone and careful
study. The Tlmd Extritcts hve been befoto tho
public twenty jears. 'Ihe salo of them in that
time proves their value. All have been benefit
leu t.v them wlio fullowe.1 inv insiructiona. and
to-day they stand unequalled in the extent of
,ncir aaie. au't uuauiyiwar'. i. enj iiiuuh.iiicu.
In tho Dispensatory of the United blatea, not
excepting a singlo Herb, Hoot, Plant, or Helen
Pharmaceutical I claim ail minoio tc, ann nave
ever natented a Mnale One.
To dlsnel any Impression or preludljo that
miglt exist in the minds ol many against niv
reparations, from tho publicity given througr
advertising, and that I am and liavn ben a drua
.i,t fur . imrlrwl or tweniv years, and more con
cluslvtly to crave this see letter from the largest
manufacturing entrains m uio worm i
November 4. 1854
laniai nualnted wilh Mr. II. T. tlelmbold: he
v.niil the drutr store ornosile mr residence,
nd was successful In conducting the business
wh Ain... nan nm iifrn euu.iiv uriuic linn.
i have been favorably Impressed with hla charac
ter aVriterr.rise. 1 WILLIAM WIOUT.MAN.
l.l'Um of Power A Wlghtman, manufacturing
chemUts. Mnlh anu urpan atrteis, rnuauei
114. BTAMD ON TUKIU UCBITS.
The Pill I have thouaht of Otferini: It the afflic
tad far lea vear.
anej are now pertect, anu i anau aiaika
tlrmrr-moneT-arirl-raeAa on their 'etTectlveneas.
The lovltlna style in which thu pill itself ia made,
the bottle,7at, wrapper all show with; what
."j prepareu. Aiier eni
lion. D0 hnxlish or Prened nr.naratlnn will h
I ireater care, and I am ren t.rnnd of them.
If, I'jlWiM f. the 'bauaeoua-Iookina, eartlessly
ii.ufparw ruia vended seneraliv. and nut ud in
i woouen nun, ana made generally, or offered
I DT ino.,3 iirv.uk I.O OXDenenn. ntivaielana
manulanlurep. nf muif...u t.i
medlcln vfHred by your olwdient leivant.
It. T. UELMBOI.D.
Crystal Palace Drug Store, No, K Broadway
Palace Pnarroacy, Ollsey House, Broadway, and
.Twee.ty.nlnth street, New York.
Tamnl i Fliarmaov. Uontlnental lioUI. Phila.
deipnia; ana.rio. Jin ooum renin sireot, rnn-
greater car, ana l am really proua oi.iDeto.HnHf
Foster, who in littlo more than a month
will expiate hi crime on tho gtllowi,U fist
reconciling himielf to hit terrible fate. He
apondi his time in religious exoreiaci and
refuxM to hold any communication with
tlio ouUitle world.
Farmkwortii i in Illinoii and If aaid
to h lonely without Duller ai a lourco of,
nmutement. He. laccharinely say:
I'm lonel to-nlaht, Ben, wlllrf)utyii,
And ilgh lor on btmk "I Four i
For aure ther'aa look, Htu, aboatiou.
Is n recent article laudatory of Gov.
Palmer, tho New York Sun sayi:
ai. .iiui wuii a mujor if at aiaioainan
of broad and ireniroa, tIowi. of extraor
dinary force, and though perfectly inde
pendent and icarloit, of well-dciorved
penonal popalarlty.fot wJiotri tho Kopub
licans mar well be nroud. as of a atrnne
champion equal to any txlgcncv that may
Obant's father, tho Coringlon post-
" I don't kuow exactly liow 'Lysses fools
WjmI consenting to run 'nuther term : but
if the Kcpublicuni don't stop abuilu' him,
I'll ftdvUo him to coma out ataDamo
crat, or let politics go to thunder hereaf
ter. 'Lytics is pretty well flxod. and I
gucts bo can llvo if tber don't 'loct him
atrin. It's micbty hard to nleasq a lot of
durned fools anyhow."
Last week it was said some one had
died leaving a legacy of 911,000,000 worth
of proporty to the United State subject to
certain claims. Subsequently the report
was denied by tho Treasury Officers. Now
it Is ascertained such a will oxisti, but the
testator has not yet died, and hat power
and richt to chance his will. So the
United States will have to pay its own
debts for a while, kecplnr on good beha
viour in hope of Wing remembered in the
rich man's last will, at last.
Is regard to the Presidency tho Spring
field Republican says that the country
needs more and more the safeguard of tho
one-term principle. "It la the best secur
ity for an honest Administration, it says,
"and for a discreet mindini; of the business
in hand by our rulers."
On the same subject the New Tbrlo
Qlobt has the following: "Let us judge
the Prcaident bv what he ha done, and
not by what it sensation press says he Is
going to do. Thus far Gen. Grant, like a
cM, lia cntno down rigt side up. Tho
nowspupei" may toss him as much ns they
please, wu are of tho opinion thoy will
full to upset him. The one-term princi
ple is Impracticable. "Wo re-elected Pres
ident "Washington and President Lincoln
Thcro is no jjood rem en why wo should
not rc-oicct President Grant.
Wasiiinqton Is about to lose ono of its
most ancient land-marks. "Willard'a hutei
about to be dismantled, and its well-
cm furniture cold to tho highest bidder.
For a long timo this hostelry hat been in
dilapidated state, and it is high time it
gave place to a better institution of the
kind. A "Washington paper says:
"Thcro are few establishments in thi
country which have the story that this
hostelry has. For tho last tun years it hat
been cioaoiy connected wiin mo History oi
tho country, and if ita o'ld walls and cor
ridors would onlv tell one-half of what
they have heard and witnessed, tho vol-
1 J 1.. 1 . I . . !
uuiu wouiu ua murui am jntufuswug uuo.
"WilUrd's. durine the war. was the hoad'
quarter of the army not in the field, and
or generous contractors wining ana anx
ious to servo their country.
" it may not. bo generally knewn, but it
nevertheless true, that Pono'a dispatches
nu oraers, neauea "iieauquaneri in tno
Saddle," wcro written in a quiet parlor in
"Willard's, overlooking tho avenuo. Mc
Clellan. too. cut a macniflcent dash thoro
for somo time. His body-guard1 wa the
most splendid array that an American
cenernl ever had. Fifty or a hundred
men, mounted on coal-blnck herses, com
posed it whilo ho was In "Washington s and
tlio eight of thorn, drawn up around tue
hotel, with limning swords, tormcdaicone
not easily inrgotton. jictiieuan was a
magnificent follow at Willard's, but he
was not quite up to popular expectation
on tho Peninsula. An enormous fortuno
was mado at AY illard'a. during tho war by
tho gontlonien " who have iiow advertised
tho salo ot its furniture. The lease under
which they hold it has expired, and that
is doubtless tho causa ot tho sale."
Nut A CandliUt fur
New York. Juno 8. A letter from
Gen. Sherman, dated Fort SHI, Canvtnche
reservation, May 25th, addressed to ine
editor of a New York paper, tayi: "I have
been skirting tho Texas frontlor for tho
past muiuu, uuu, uvtc tut uiu ui.. nw &
meet uies oi eastern papers, uy wuiuu a
see that quite an unnecessary must has
bcon raised by a reported speech made by
moat the aunoer ot mo uniou i.oasuo
club, of Now Orleans, on tho night pro
ceding my departure from that city. W ho
over reported tuai as a apeocn maue uy
me. commiitcu a ureacu oi propriety, lor i
was assurea oy mo prusiuem, mv
, , ... -V,.f .1...
whatever was said would bo sacred and
confined to the norsons present. Now as
to pontics, l'thluic ail my personal irienas
know my aoop-soamu aimjiavu w iuu
eiitiint! vet rs vou seem not to have un
derstood mo I hereby stato and moan all
T obv that I never have been, and never
will be a candidate! for .president; that If
nominated by either party, I should per-i
emcloriW decline, and even.-If unanl-
mouHly elected should declino to serve."
AM VUM l,
s ijmi -
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, JUNE it.
The Democratic Stato convention of
California will meet at Sacramento, .luno
Oen. George AV. McCook, Democrat
candidate for Govornor of Ohio, was once
the law partner of ZdVin M. Stanton.
Gen. Banks has indicated his pur peso of
strongly gustalnlng thWVashington treaty,
notwithstanding tho positlvo statement of
correspondents to th contrary.
Tho Democracy bf Sacramonlo and
Placer county, California, bavo instructed
the delegatea to the State Convention to
vote for ex-Gor.lIaight, as tho Democratic
candidate for re-election.
THE INUN0ATEO CITY.
THOLBAMOai or FAMILIES! IIO.U-
W I1W 1
A Million Dsllar'a WorlU of Froaerljr
Prom the Louisville Courier-Journal, June 8,
The details of the inundation ol the city
of Now Orleans', ar givoa In our, ex
changes', are mournful, in the cxtfemc.
Mora than oco-balf tho cityi s undbr wat
er, and a nw break tn the canals, or an
unfavorable wind might still further in
crease tho damage Tho waters of Lako
Ponchartraln, swollen to tho Immense
torrent pouring in from tho Mlsslsilphl by
the Bonnet Carro crevasse, and raised still
further by an east wind blowing fiercely
from tho gulf, appear to have broken
through thu banks of the canal. Tho New
Orleans 1'ieeyunt ssys: "Tho water now
floods Canal street to Dry a del street) and
on Common street the waters extends to
lUinpart. In tho nnclo of the citv formed
by tho Old Basin, Claiborno street, and
Vlv.lu.i VI.1I- .1..1 a s i it.iA'
Mtj.iat, ,nu. .miu in uui ,lttlC
water; only such, indeed, us arise from
overflowed aewers. But between Ulysiun
Fields street and Lafayetto nvtnue, , and
far beyond Florida Walk, tho flood ex
tends uninterruptedly to a vast lako a
miniature sn. Nor does It stop here: but
covers all tbc vast area below Canal, St.,
from Bayou St. John to Jourdan avenue,
and from'Eagan avenue; up Pdydras, to
Rampart street. Nearly every homestead
in this wioe extent is surrounded! by
Thoutanrk of families are shelterless
and without food, and their privations.
anu .sunerugs must continue to increase.
Tho city authorities aro showing torn
mendable a;tivity in taking measures to
relieve the distress, and citizens respond
heartily to too appeals ror aid. On Mon
day morning the. distribution of cooked
provisions to tno needy ocean at tho Ulair
borno market, and those who were unable
to coma vr.re notified that any signal of
distress would be heeded by the police;1
The Commercial Jlulletin urges upon.' all
to pass this itformation from moutti to
mouth as mo tniy wav uy wnicn u coutu
reach tho poor
Ot course seMshnu.4i) nud villainy seize
upon such tines of excitement to prey
upon tho defeisclcss. The most extort
ionate charges aro mado by tho boatmen
for removing persons and property, nnd
open robtenes abound in tho flooded dis
tricts. Tic pollco detected four miscre
ants in tie act of cutting the lerco' on
Clairboree canal in tho rear of "Poland
street, but unfortunately tho escaped, uf
ter having cut tho canal in flvo places.
A crenoral meetintr of citizens was hold
on Sunday, and C. Oovoroc, Prosldent of
the bank of-New Orleans, A. Fortier,
President of the bank of America, and
II. Slocum, Esq., were appointod to re
ceive subscriptions. Tho Young Men's
Christian Association, tho clcrirv of tho I
city and tho various cnaritablo organUa-..i
tions nre an doing tneir utmost to ancviaio
Though our latest telegraph dispatches
report the flood as abating, the danger is
by no means over. There is a flood in .tho
Missouri, and lha upper Mississippi is rap
idly rising. The damage to property in
tho citv can hardly fall short of a million.
of dollars and, if tho many reports as to
the gross carelessness nI incom
Tjetencv of those in charge of
the levees Upon which tho
safety of the city depends
are true, there is a fearful record 1 of
loss and Buffering for which tBoy
arc responsible , Tlio flood of 1869 was,
ajwarning1 to.fhe .Department of Improve
ments; andtlough tho prosont overflow
was six incVes higher than the point
reacho-i by the waters then, it was not bo
yond human foresight and skill to havo
providedfjagainst this disaster and pro
vchtod it.' Tie river Is ever at their dotjrs,
and n watchful oversight over tho whole
levee system should bo constantly main.
talnod. Jt' is asserted, wo know not with
how much trutb, that tho crovasse at
Bonnet Carro, probably tho ultimatocauso
of the destructive) flood at Now Orleans,
owed its origin to a contomptlblo quarrol
as to whoso business it was to close a road,
mado through tho leveo fur local purpotss
whothor tto entire neighborhood should
repair tho brooch, oi tho person who had
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u E L u mo ruibiiusv v uuu vuu ijunriui wit?
going on, tho river rushed through, nnd
wnon nil wcro reaoy to worK in concert
it was too lato. i( was toiegrapnuu yes
terday that tho giving way of tho canal
leveo at New Orlotns was caused by tho
commissioners selliog the right tn remove
tho dirt from tho Itveo to (111 vacant lots,
and that the waters broko through at tho
pluco that had bcon thus weakened. Such
criminal imbecljity almost surpasses bc-
uei, anu wo aro inclined to uouut it uu
general, principles. Tho torrible fact ,is
mere, -nowevor, ana explanations n
to tho cause ao not in.ordor now.
A. NEW CASE.
A Tumor a Lara a Oratig Fonsso
Abovt six.weeksagoaSwedo, tbtrty-livo
years old, of "very 'full habit, prcsontad
himself at the City Hospital, complaining
of a violent pain in his .right oyo. Ho
said that, for a year previous, ho had suf
fered a croat deal, with hoadacho. After
being in the hopittl 'about' two woeks ho
began gradually to lose his mind, until
finally bo lapsed into a state of complota
stunnr. Xfauliplnn nrnvrnt nf 'no avail, and
death came to bis. relief, Ut Tuesday.
Tho medical'staff, anxious to be onllght-1
oned with regard to tho strange case, psr
formed a post mortem examination under
tho direction of tho visiting physician in
charge, ft man of high anatomical attain
ments. In the courso of tho examination
they found that tho baso and back part of
tho skull woro vory much thinned by tho
pressures of a tumor as largo as an orange,
and which, on examination, proved to bo
what the doctors call an aneurism i. o., a
dilated blood-vessol, situated in n curious
network of arteries, called tho Clrclo of
"Willis. Thoy also found that part of tho
mombrnnc of the brain had becomo ossi
fied. It is bolioved that no similar case
as ever been recorded. Louiitille Courier
The New Orlaaas IsanasdatlnB-A Ter
rible A trait- tie ak) Mltore Hall
road Miner Aecldctsl.
New Orleans, Juno 8, Thcro was a
Attfiialrrhd wUU 'raln In Lako Font-
sf. Tno vrator In the
city nmt laiiejuwo mcnea-in Hie past m
hours, and Is now three inches below hfgb-
- , , - - -
water marK- Xho neutral ground on Ca- I
nal street iscleftr of'water nearly to Clair
IjSrab (rpoU Uesideir the police and char
ity frosts, thoro are hundreds of small crafts
oogaced-m iasserlger traffic. Fivo thou
sn4oavca of bread nnd other articles In
proportion nro distributed dailv. A dit-
pgrooolb for - ariscr along tho bordor of
tue overnowca district, rrom stagnant wa
ter rind drying vegetables flndnnimal mat
ter. Later. Tho water on C alrborno strcot
at Canal has fallen a foot. Twelve steam
lire-engines will commence throwing out
the water to-morrow. If no further rains
occur, the city will bo relieved of tho
overflow iu a few days.
Clevblasd.'Ot Juno 8. At 3:30 this
morning, a -breakaman named Jones, em
ployed on a freight train of tho Lako Shore
and Michigan Southern railroad, accident
ally fell between tho cars while tho trnln
was moving between Kingsville nnd Mad-
"lion. lie fell upon tho track, nnd the re
mainder of the train ran over his legs,
tearing them off above tho knee, and
mangling bis body, no was not Killed,
however, and lay helpless and in intense
agony. "Wiillo lying on tho track ho
heard, tho steamboat oiprois passenger
'train cosrriTng along. " Expecting that ho
Woul4 notbo seen, and that tho cars would
surely run ovor liira,hc preferred to end his
suflVrringt before ho should bo again run
over,-' to 'bo drw a knife from his pocket,
opened the blade, and stabbed himself '22
UfhW about the breast and, left arm. Ho
had tried to penetrato to his heart and
produce death hs -soon as possiblo, but was
too weak to guido his blows, and conse
quently mangled himself as ho did. Tho
engineer of tlio train saw him In timo to
atop.tho cars. Jones was taken to Madi
son, where ho died. The deceased lived
in Xiogsville. lie was -'5 years old and
Nkw" York, Juno 8. Dr. Spear, who
Orured in' the lato Ulood-WoodhuU trial,
'Was' found dd ! M ...m, svt rroncu a
hotel, having died, as is supposed, In a Ut
of npoplnxy. ycjtcrday afternoon.
Uoston, iune o. i no iuner.ii oi tno uvo
.young men wno wcro drowned ai florin
Antlover tooic piaco to-uny. nusiness in
tho village was entirely suspended.
THE LITTLE PEOPLE.
A Story for Boy.
iad, let me toll you a story,
on a time, a vouth left homo
years of ago, lo learn a traco a dirty,
disagreoabfo trade, but ono tbnt bis pa
rents thought a good ono In a pecuniary
point of view, ifo went into a strango
neighborhood, whore his namo was not
known. Around his old homo ho wus
somebody's son ; in his now homo ho was
somebody cIjo' apprentice. Around his
homo the doors of respectability were
opened to somebody's son ; In his new
. ., , f . 1 ! . . .
Homo tno uoors oi rcspeuiaunuy wuro
closed tightly against somebody's nppren- I
tlce. 'ibis was u now order ot tilings, anu
surprised him vory much at first yet,
when ho reflected cooly, ho did not much
blamo respectability for its sclf-preserva-vlon.
There aro doors that open easily to
every comer. Thcso ho shunned. Thoro
are apprentices In every village that will
bear shunning ho did it.
Tho important question was, ""What
should ho do?'' After discussing this, amid
the din nnd dirt, ho said to himself, "Well,
if I can't go whero I ought, I will not go
at uli." Easy to say bard to do ; because
ho was just like you ho liked fun as well
as you do, and u nioco of mischoif too. Ho
must do something. In self-defenco ho
bocan to read.
Tho old svstem of apprenticeship in tho
country used to rcauiro tho boys and
journeymen to work nntil 8 o'clock in tho
evening in tno wintor timo, anu auer wus
was dono it was common to loaf iiboui tho
oorners, stores and tnverns until 'J, 10 or 11
o'clock. Tom (tho boy) wont to bed.
In tho morning it was difficult to got
boys and journeymen up to break-fust at
0 1-2 or 1. Tom got up at 4 o' clock, some
tlmos ovon us early ns 'J, in mistake fur
his rulo was to get up when he got nwuko
and from that timo until tho others got up
ho road and studied. His morning candle
camo in timo to bo n signal for tho villa
gers who had occasion to start somowhoro
early, no oorroweu monoy to ouy uooks
with, borrowed others, took a loading
newspaper, and in tno quiet morning
hours took in food for tho day's icflection.
Tho courso bora its legitimate fruit; ho
went to bis level or rather, put himBolf
thcro, and ho now lives in tho neighbor
hood of the old shop, us much respected
as any ono. I bcllovo hu has written two
or thrco books, and in every respect
would bo considered fairly up to tho
aaail IpttviiiYntl tn linarrlnnall thn liarilslilni.
TTyoit cun, of tho situation, and would ask
you wnai you uo irom to u o'clock in
tlio morning 7 Thoso two hours, rightly
used, will be worth -mora to you than you
can possibly conceive. "When you wake,
get up instantly." You rr.ay bring excuses
forlbe' other '-twenty-two nours, but ti
'rW0",ytjU"at6 If you sleep them. " S
'hfeht Jil," Mi a humbug. You go to
itft tho Menlng1 when you aro tired, and
for:the'other-twonty-two hours, but thoso
your mind to work In tho morning, when
you aro restea. uunru juui tminviu
tho beginning, and in the end it will guard
To tell you the fate of other apprentices,
who loafed tho ovenlngs and slept tho
mornings away, i' not my Intention, Try
Tom's courso for ono year and you will
find your pay in genulno hnppinoM. Your
usefulness will increase, your self-respect
will strengthen, your mind will dovclop
in harmony wltU your bodily growth, and
your whole being will march along tho
upward path rejoicing. .V. Y. Tribune.
Mr. Sewanllon lit. Travels.
Our ex-Secretary of Strtto Is fairly en
titled to bo called "The Great American
Traveler." For ono of his ago It Is a mar
vol to see him circulate ovor thousands of
miles nono tho worjo for tho fatigues of
tho journoy. If tho purchase of
Alaska had not in ado the
Irrcprcsslblo Sowanl immortal, his
grand tour Je monde. would havo done It.
Wo havo followed hit progress through
tho far F.ast with a stirpri'o nkin to ad
miration. "Wo found him in China hob
nobbing with tho Son of tho Moon and
many minor constellations. Scarcely had
wo recovered irom our wonder tnan we
dlscovorcrcd him in Janan. lust
I J tn -.:, ll..
. -a- ...
I witn the Tycoon, nnd now wo
aro regale 1 with tho news that
ho has boon feasted nnd toasted bv tho
Anglo-Indians. "Wo publish to-dnv an
interesting letter from Bombay, announc
ing Mr. Seward's arrival and his reception
by tho Govcrnor-Gcnoral of India. The
Bioulla Club in Bombay gavo a grand din
ner in commomoration of his visit, and tho
banquet is described as a vory brilliant af
fair. "Well might tho chnlrman of tho oc
casion say, as ho did, that a septuagenarian
making tno tour of Asia was a raro phe
nomenon. Tho rcsponso of Mr. Soward
was in his usual vein that is to say, a
very sensible ono. Hu told tho Anglo-Indians
many, flattering things and who
would not on such nn occas'op? and
mado somo happy allusions ns regards the
relations lotweon Kng'and, India, and tho
The Danbury A'etoi supplements that
story ubout tho girl in South Norwalk
who caticht a husband by writing her
namo and address on tho lining of a hat
she was trimming, with tho following :
"This is an old trick, played byjvoral of
our gins, or.o oi wnom in particular nau
an eventful experience. Sho stitched her
namo inside tho lining of a hat beneath
the statement : " I am thlno j wilt thou bo
mine?'' and sent it adrift. After various
vicissitudes it was purchased by a gentle
man, and took a position on his head, Ono
day the lining became loose, and in en
deavoring to i'inton it his eyes rested upon
tho sentiment and namo, and., ho involun
tarily exclaimed, 'D n fool.' "When
Martha returned to her homo that day she
was taken to a retired part of tho cottage
and warmed with a strap. Tho gentle
man who got tho hat was her father."
Now that thu soda water season Is fully
upon us, a low observations as to tno make
up ot this popular bioou-coonng uovorago
will bo in order.
Every popular fruit lias Its representa
tive syrup, tho customer paying his money
anu taKitig ins cuoicu. x no raen timt tuuo
syrups nro tho puro extract of tho fruit is
n popular delusion.
Butyric ether is tho huso of nil fruit
nyrups. Butyric ether is mado sometimes
of rancid butter, though old rotten chceso
is gonorally profcrrcd, tbo loudest varioty
of Llmburgcr affording tho best quality of
other. Tho checso is treated with sluphu
rle acid, and if a particularly nlco and
finely flavored ether is desired, a few
chips of old leather Is added. Any sort
of leather will do, but old boot3 and shoes
are preferred, btrnw berry syrup ts mado
of VJ parts of butyric ether nnd ono part
of acotic ether diluted with alcohol and
wator. A pint of real strawborry syrup
added to tho gallon of mixturo will im
prove tho syrup, but Is not absolutely
ncessary; color witu cocnincai.
Raspberry syrup is mado after tho namo
formula, oxuopt that a pint of real rusn-
borry syrup is nddod, if tho chomist has
It. If not, ho takes n Jar of his strawber
ry smn. colors n littlo darker and chnmrea
Sarsiiparllln is tho simplest and nastiest
of tho syrup. .Molasses is its base, with a
utile essence ot sassairas nnd wintcrgrcen
added. A few roots of sarsaparillu "tilled"
in tho mixturo will do no harm and no
good. Vanilla syrup is mado of tonqua
beans and fresh bay.
Pineapple syrup is mado of butyric and
formic cthor. Formic other was formerly
mado by tho action of Bulphurlc acid on
red ants, but latterly it is mado of glycor
ino and soap.
Peach syrup Is mado of bitter nlmonds
and acotic other. Twenty drops of oil of
bittrrnimonds will Kill a man.
Nectar is formed bvmixinc various svr
tips and adding a littlo Madeira wine tho
wino being compounded of neutral spirit,
logwood, sugar and raisins.
Lemon syrup is tho purest that can bo
obtained. It is mado of citrio acid and
sugar, with perhaps a few lemon peels.
mo citric nciu is iiiituo oi lemons.
For poopio who nro not particular what
they drink, thonbovo aro "porfectly harm
William J. Allen,
John II. Mulkey,
Nntiiuel '. Wheeler
Particular atlunMon paid to river and admiralty
OIHee ltooms T . H Winter's Illnck.
Q.UEEN V GILBERT,
ANU COUNSELORS AT
SVilllaiu II. flreeu.
William II. Ullbarl,
Ilea r. Ullbcrl,
Upeclal attention given to Admiralty and Steam
Oftlre on OntoLav. Itoom 7
ovi-Clty Natlaiml UnnU.
A victim of earlv lndl.'recion, causing nervnu
debility, premature decay, etc., hav n tried
vain every advertised remedy, na d aoovered
simple means ofaalf cure, which he wlU sjnd to
hlreUo-utIrra. Address, J. H.TUTTI.K
JSwftn 7SNsssitst., llt
ur aao.ltr VlllaiaM
DAILY PAHSR IK trite
J SMYTH & CO.,
TO"HOIjEH Jk. T.-sn
AI'O, keep constantly on hand a rSSst com.
plcte stock of
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
W sell exclusively for Cash, to which' tic I we
invito the Attention of close bargain buyers
Special atlention given to filling' orders.
Xo. 7(5 Ohio Lerco,
Special attention glvcis to Consign
uieiits and FlUliis; Order
ticce.sors to Stratton, Hudson 1 Clark.)
G7 OHIO XJXTS7-JE2X2
Agents ol American t'owder Co., anst
.rlniiuractnrer Akrnta for Cotton Ynrts
Inventors havinr business with the United
Rtatea Patent Uttlce will find it to their advantage
to intrust it in tno planus oi tno oiu eaiaousnca
Mason, Fenwick & Lawrence
1 ittent "Aleuts, AVfiahlnKton, It.C.
They have done, my bnsincsa to my satisfac
tion, and I take pleasure In recommending them
to Wetrrn luvetitara-
Invcntornf Improved Ri-volvlng Tubnitr Wtter
tiilrii, April :m.171.
Cor. 8th St. &. Washington utc.J
Cairo, - - - Illinois
Is sup;.;. ca with the freshest
(Jroceries, Clreen and Dried and Can
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butter
And everything else needed lor family supply
It lain short onu of tho beat stocked groceries in
a coatinuacc of publio patrons is respeettally
PIOPUS' MUT MIRIET
CHAS. GAYER. & CO., Proprs.,
Keep constantly on hand tho best of Beef. Pork,
Mutter, Veal, Lamb, Uauago, Pudding, eta
Tresh whlto lard In any quantity.corned beef, etc.,
always on hand
Orders tilled promptly
and satisfaction war.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO..'
001 J1KO AO IV AY, XEWYOHtt,
Invite thn attertion of Inn Tmln tn (heir .Tl.n.
slve nisortment of Ihe above (foods, ot runt own
ri'BiicATiox, MAMir.iirrvES axn ihpoxtaiion,
PHOTO LANTERN SLIDK8 7 ...
NEW VIEWS OF Y09CM1TE.
E. A II. T. ANTHOX V Co.,
Ml UaOADWar, Nw Voax,
Opposlto Metropolitan Hotel,
luroaTrns and HAcrAcriatasor
PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS. '
STOVES, TNWAREv ETC
TJu od Hollow Wore, Clothes Wrtarert.
Toilet Ware, Coal Hods, lire ,
Shoycls. Air Urates,
Tin, line, Copper and Sheetlrpn
"vcr uea 3E1. an.
No. 166 VYashinqton Avto
Rooflnar, Uatterlas and all klaadai ol
Bane at farteat SaUe.
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