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M..'NWO OF TIIF DAY.
Gen. Grant, with his wife and son,
has arrived in Paris.
The Boston Home Mutual Insur -
ance Company has been enjoined
from doing further business.
The English government, in
preparation for war has ordered one
million pounds of lint-enough to'
dress twenty million wounds.
T wo aweo of the bu,sino3s por
tion of Bradfordl, Pa., woro sw opt
by fire last week. The loss is
estimated at fifty thousand dollars.
The fact of Mrs. Tilton's con.
fesion was telegraphod to the
London -press, and appears in large
typo in the great dailies.
The four 100-ton guns made by
Armstrong for the Italian govern -
mont have been purchased from him
by the English Admiralty. All
Italy is disgusted.
At the municipal election in
Charlotte, N. C., last wook, Mr. 13.
R. Smith was elected mayor over
Col. Win. Johnston by a small ma
jority. A contest is spoken of.
A storm passed over Memphis,
list week, partially unroofing a
number of business houses and the
Peabody Hotel. The damage by
wind and water amounts to forty
the u sand dollars.
A. majority of the House Com
mittee on plivileges and elections
will report in the ease of Richard
son, Democrat, us. RIainoy, Repub
lican, that the seat is vacant ; the
minority will report in favor of
Col Vulligan, the Fenian le:ader,
Is in Syracuse, N. Y., making ar
rangements for a raid on Ct:tda, in
the event of war between England
and Russia. Ho claims that one
hundred thousand men are fully
armed and ready to march at
thirty hours' notice.
Julia Hogan and Mary Jane
Bracken, two women employed in
the lunatic asylum at Black'ell's
Island, N. Y., died recently from
drinking ale with chloroform in it.
They had stolen the drug, suppos
ing it was gin.
Lord Beaconsfield recently wrote
to a gentleman in Birmingham, Eng
land, that the English military
preparations were actually neces
sary, war or no war, as the ten ure
of India was directly involved,
through the strong foothold gained
by Russia in Turke).
The intense competition of the
line of ste:mboats running up the
Hudson River to Albany and Troy
has cuhninated in the caso of ono
of thom in a ten-cent fare for pas
sengers to and from those cities to
New York, a distance of about one
one hundrod and fifty miles.
In a quarter of Rome known as
"Poscheria," during the excavations
made on the 13th of April, there
was discovered the duly inset ibed
base upon which stood the famousi
statue of Cornelia, daughter of
Scipio Africanus and mother of the
A Cuban named Anguers, withI
eleven followers, recent.ly land(1edl on
the southern coast of the central d.e
partmont of Cuba in a lighter from
Jamaica, in the belief that the in
surrection had broken out again.
Finding that tranquility prevailed,
he surrendered and guided the
officials to the lighter coJnt:riniag
arms, clothing and about twenty
boxes of amunition.
The steamer Gaelic, which has
ajrived at San Francisco from
China, bringe news that there is
great activity among the British
and Russian ships in JapaLnose
waters. All are preparing for sea
service wvith nmuch haste, the British
squadron to watch the harbor of
Viadivoostock, wvhile the Russian
cruisers reported on the Pacific
lines of the English steamships.
Mrs. Kate Sothern, who more
than a year' ago stabbed to death
Miss Nancy Conant for dancing
wvith her husbands wvas tried at the
Superior Court for Pickens county,
Ga., last week, and was convicted of
murder in the first degree. The
Sudge sentenced her to be hung on
C ~the 21st' of Juno. An immenso
coneourse of people attended the
trial. The case will b)e taken to
the Supreme Court of Georgin. An
impression prevails that in any
event Governor Colquitt will comn
mute her sentence to imp)risonmnent
for life. Should she be hung, shoe
will be the second woman ever hung
Numiii NovO~oo FAm.-The groat
market of the eastern world has been
held at thi.a junctiodi of; the Volga
and Olga Rivers, in Russia, every
summer for hun.dreds of year s.
Here the natipns of Europe an d
Asia meet With theoir products for
trade. Cossack, Chinese, Turk and
1Persian eet the -German and. the
Greek thevdry tarioty of mner..
and last but not least, medicines
J. C. AYER & Co.'s celebrated reine'
dies from America wero displayed in
an elegant bazniar where the Doctor
himself might sometimes be seen.
They are known and taken on the
steppes of Asia as well as the prairie
of the WVost, and are an efectual
antidote for the diseases that prevail
in the yaourts of the North as well
as the huts an'l cabins of the West
ern continent.--Lincoln (Ill.) Times.
W~Y E have .ust received a new and
pretty assortment of
The styles are new and pretty and the
prices will suit the times. ('all and
look at them: they will boar the closest
inNlpection, and we take pleasure in
showing themn. 1 ill receive iu a few
days a full assortment of all goods in our
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