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^ FridayMorning. August 20, 1809.
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went
ror less than *ix month*, und no r»i*r diaconiinue.i Rio
until all arrearages are paid, uUos» at the opilon of Ihc ç
p The weekly jouknal and STATESMAN ir pub
iihbedovery F.iday at -I wo DOLLARS PER ANNUM w i,i
payable In advance, or THREE DOLLARS at tho end ol j (e
ADVERTISEMENTS uot exceeding a v.|naie »ill be clear,
inForioi three time« for «mo dollar and .dxiv rent*; ar ti
forty cents for every subsequent iiiKerlion; longer ones
ta ÄSwi5*Wln»u»i AdveriiaeraiKairictiyitmitoi
o their owu Immediate bualneaa; aud all advertisements
"» ÎÎÜ 1 ! Ä Jail
ness auu an cinaaea m adverllaemeuts, in length or ol
otherwise, beyond the limita engaged, will be charged at c J,
he usual rales. For nil and; transient advertising nil «
eeparatuly rendered, and piompt payment la no
age.
Je 4gy-Àdverllsmnenls «oui without «latin« Ihn lime they
be published, will be continued until they are
....... and charged according to the above term«
TO 8 F CURE INSERTION of llielr advertisement* and
notices on Tuesday« and Friday*, our advertifers are
informed that llielr favor« MUST he banded In previous
to aloe o'clock, A. M..on Mondays and Thursdays.
a
in
Beside«, Mia reported tlmlr frki.da wnc nil vexed,
ThemnUti w.mdeemed,Hniutiiow, unequal g .
ÄMÄrSÄÄ" 1
mpcllcd to clopo in il»® «equel
iierscbet dwelt at mich distnuce ho could not bo there ; n
Sntiirn tarnt with reluctenoehl«iring to tho fuir, j ,
By Ifeo hand,ot » WiBtworiby cumet. I
Only one dim, pal.- planet, of pinnet« tbo least,
CondcHcendod Urn iiupttnjH 10honor * 1
SSSir'
-täsäää. 7
Whilst carecninK throtiKh région« Of liRi.t ;.| .i« H.d.' oj
sho dispinyçdtiiQ bright rinjr. floi a world too wide.
For a conjugal pledge.. fn, R ,..
Henceforth «lrnll U.CBB orbs, lo »II It,islmndH nml wives, .
Shine .m patten»« or duty uNpeetcd s
aIIÄo «how^to the wmidtbàt the'kindness he «ive«,
I« fnitUftilly prized and reflected.
--**•" --- ---
•lohn smith fell in tovo with n nm d;
,4te-wirtcpned the whole neighborhood !
But vainly ho tried to arouno k
ÆJXSÏfflÂ"' ' in
Bhe «lent in the little back kitchen.
The I.ato Wed<llu| In High I.ife.
a wedding bus hnppencd oil lilgli,
till! p»rUi*g invited ?
in tlie hulls of tho shy
conUuent witnessed tho tic ;
Did you know
And who
■Twos tho Buu mid the Moon,
~ were joined, mu'
No continent else w
to
;
!
Their courtship was tedious, for seldom they met
...... ..-tete, while long centuries glided,
Buttho warmth of Ids love she could hardly forget,
For though distant alar he would smile
Save when Earth the fond couple divided.
• y'.
■ courtship so prolix, and why
long their connection f
anxious 'twere vain to deny.
Was postponed so
That tho bridegroom , ,
Slnco Dll' heat of Ids passion pervaded the «Uy,
renowned lor reflection.
Hut the
hours
his
... .. .. body
A îrSÂÂ brain
S i.. h"v' prompt«, the need- s ion,
Thewoiiuded Wan Picked 1 p »« »•* AI
Dyi«»«r male. hnt ,
Yesterday morning at about five o'clock a Patrick
voung man, aged 20 years, by tlie name of turned
Joseph Buys, was discovered on the ridge or s ; on
ledge of rocks just above Chinatown, in the him;
northern portion of this city, in an insensi- j au ,i
ble condition. He was lying stretched at
lull length on liis back, and beside him lay stolen
a piece of cord wood, bloody and broken, i W as
and several large stoxes, all of which had pa me
evideptly been used by tbe foul assassin. l|l0
Tbe officers, immediately on being apprised ; hung
ot the fact, removed Hie injured man lo the nights
station house, when Dr. McMeans was sent (;ul ,
for, who came and dressed bis wounds, i twice
Upon examination it was ascertained that j | U |iy
bis skull bad been broken and mashed in When
two places, besides several oilier severe cuts I
and bruises about the face nnd bead. Out al g
of one of Hie worst wounds on the bead a t, e
' piece of rock as large as an English walnut 1 skillful
wns extracted. The circumstances connec- • , ho
ted with this foul nnd bloody affair, as tar ns a88ua
we have been able to lenrn them, are about
follows: Young Buys had recently sold . ft jj
an interest in a wood rauch live miles north j ( j )C
of the town, and was to have started for Ins «jp| ie
bome in Utah to day. Several acquaintances cnnnt
were around with him during th« early part
of the evening, and a number ol social ,j,nl
classes were indulged in. Tbe party grad- dieted
uallr narrowed down to young Buys and a
by the name of G. W. Thomas, who
also to have lett for Elko on one of ve88e
yesterday's stages. Thomas was going to
Illinois, and had laid over, ub lie himsell d| U
says, several days, while Buys was getting known
bis business arranged to go to Utah.
At about 9 o'clock, according to l bornas,
the two started to bed, intending to sleep
together. When just below Hie Silver Brick
Baloou, Thomas says a man whom ho dlu ) HW
not know, brushed along briskly, and ad- l00
dressing Buys familiurly, invited hint to w |,
take a run arouud town, inasmuch as he was
going to leave in the mormug. Buys com
plied with tbe request, and Hus is tbe Inst 1||ne
Thomas saw of him. A tent occupied by
William ltyan, a cook, and some one else, l0
nnd near bv the spot where Buys was found ol
in the morning, leave evidence of tonl play ie
in the vicinity. On the rocks nnd steps
about the door, and particularly nt tho back ln j
s lo be seen a large
; place, mi a
iiumediately arrested on j,
such
were
of
the
for
[From the Nevada Inland Empire,
IIKMIINII AFFAIK.
part of the structure, w
quantity of blood standing in
pool. By an .
tbo supposition that be lmd committed Hie
brutal assault, and endeavored to explain tbe
bloody condition of his premises by exhibi
ting an old sore on one of bis legs, but winch
apparently lmd to some extent been bleeding.
\Ye understand that lie claimed that bis tent
bad been blown down during tbe night, and
hurt ilia leg alresli. Tbnt Hie tout bad
been blown, and that ltyan'» statement,
false, was abundantly appâtent from all Hie
surrounding». Tbe man who stopped with
Ryan was not to lie found. Ryan's clot hing
waH bloody in many places, and the theory
of tbo caso is that lie assaulted bis victim in
about the tent, and then carried him
tbe ridge, where, after a few
Wi'li heavy stones and pieces of wood, lie
left hint, supposing hie was extinct. Ryan
formerly lived in Cnisou, aud 1ms recently
been cooking for Doherty & Mat chant, of
Irislimnu by birth, and
has drauk to excess.
ing
and
to
of
be
be
tbia city. He is
looks like a man that
Buys was from Centerville, Davis county,
Utah Territory, nine miles north ol Salt
Lake City. Ho bad been iu White Pino
about three months, niul most of that time
had made bis home on tbe wood rauche
whicli be recently sold. The amount ol
money supposed to have been in bis posses
sion is estimated by his friends nt from $150
to $200. lie bad booked his name to leave
by Woodruff & Elinor's stage lino yesterduy,
and it is understood that news ot tbe dan
gerous illness ot a younger brother was cal
ling him borne. Hoou after bis wounds
were dressed, be wus taken to Hie county
hospital, but at latest accounts little hope
entertained of bis recovery.
l
Amusing Mistake.— A few days ago
English gentleman in Puris received from a
friend as a present the leg ol a young bear
Shot in the PyreuueB, and which is said to
be, when salted, superior to tlie finest Y ork
sbiro bams. Owing, however, to the heal of
the weather, fhe leg arrived in such a state
pf non-preservation, tljat the recipient order
ed tt to be thrown into the river. This was
done and shortly after the basket containing
it was fished up at Ht. Cloud with tbe address
still legible ou the label. On its being cott
veyed to tlie police office, tbe doctor attach
ed to that department declared it to be the
right leg pf a human being. Naturally
enough the commissaire sailed forth with mi
escort of gen'darmes, aud proceeded to the
address affixed on the basket, in order to ar
rest the person to whom so suspicious a par
cel was consigned. Two persons connected
With Htc railway were also arrested as accorn
p],-uiation ensued,
blisbed
1
I
, i » i »
An attempt to inlroduce Phoned bread
into tbe Btomaobs of the garrison ot Havana
a lew days ago, failed, and the would-be an- j
nihilatorof the Spaniards has been captured,
tried and sentenced. |
Tho French Cable Company have been
authorized to lay a cable trom Brest to Eng
l an d
Puris
plipes. Of course
and further inquiry esta
çence ol all the parties concerned.
the inno
A bridge, with three mun upon it. wt
swept away by tbe wind at Minneapolis,
Saturday.
Tbo French Marshal, Neil, died it
on Saturdoy.
[Prom the N. V. liera U1.1
4 'IH'FIjTIES IN THE NAVA'.
A
Hour«!
Torture* Inflicted Upon Nennmn
the ITnlted Nfnte» Steamer Pawnee.
The
The last cruise of tbe United States sloop
of-wtir Pawnee terminated with her arrival
a t Portsmouth, and on tllO 21»t Of July Slie
went out of commission. Almut a month
beloro Lev arrival, while ml thevoyngo from
Rio Janeiro, Acting Assistant Surgeon Henry
Ihc ç Ecßtclll Was robbed of UlODCy and jewelry
amounting in value, it is said, to about $700,
w i,i c 1i were taken from bis stateroom while
ol j (e wflg ft8 ] ce p t Jt has become tolerably
be clear, siuco Hie arrival of the Pawnee, that a
ti colored man named Robert Shorter was tue
rt guilty Ol tllO theft, a portion of the
stolen jewelry having been fourni upon bis
person, and be is HOW in the I Ol'tsmOUlIl
Jail ««M«* tne ac.lc.. or tbe Omi.1 Jury
or ol the United Slates CllCUlt LoUlt,
at c J, ftrße of larceny Upon tllO high
« mm EUBUOCted Shorter during the voy
la no OUB bubjicuiu b
most
deeds
have
brought
of
sntion,
bus
ly
worse
dents
from
ance
whose
bad
when
ently
ing
; but
age.
they
are
and
are
Roderick W. Turner and Jobu A. Sim
mons, two of the wardroom boys of tbe
Pawnee, both colored, were suspected ortho
tlicfi, and with the view to extort from them
a confession of guilt they were both confined
in double irons. For forty-eight hours con
secutively they lay upon the dn-k upon llielr
breasts and faces, their ankles honed to
gethcr with one pair of irons, their wrists
ironed together with nnother i air. their feci
and both pairs of lions
blond
over
bouse
ports
of
fnce.
w
then
with
from
the
torture was Imll
«flowed not even when the c alls of nature ing
i»nd in hp answered. Consequently the lore
1 peak where 0 they were confined b/enme in
sufferaldy filthy and Hie winde crew was house
; n f men Huy must liuvc been or they wouhl
j , , men in muliny on so extreme a pro
I Simf. Fo. toi? d»v" U«M m-.. ici,.
kept ironed hand and foot and hound t"
1 „p,| lP r back to Imck. The intense heutol
ar
oj Shorter, that both ho and Tin nor ofb re.l. lmd
their wages lor the entire ciube to the with
mLlw-nl orms If l.o wonUt BUBiH-ml llicir
. )Un j h | im0 |,i for u single hour. Rut no sus I oyer
• was allowed, and day and night J
Htc cries oT the tortured oucs rung in the j
ears of I lie crew, calling for release or death. | uisli
Buffering without sleep induces dementia, her
the sixth d»v ol ins p iiiisbineiit Sim
mon. taïï. WHO mi 1 iiismit, »ml «lu;
sullerers were parted. Bininuns wits still ty,
k ... ... i r ,, nB Turner won not only kept time
in Iron., Ira. ht» wrl.l. «.w ln'»«l lu'hlhü tira
him and tied or triced up to one ol tbe beuniB
above his head. Iu this condition for many
hours he rcniniucd, »ml up so ulosely lira, his
his toes hnrely louche» the slii. 's deck, Ins anil
body harraini! chiefly by his wrists, till lus
brain hreume Riddy, and he made n coefes
s ion, whicli is believed lo liave been false,
AI- | |(; j, n ,j stolen the gold and juwelry and
hnt , g j ven u icm t o a while sailor named
a Patrick O'Brien. When his reason had rt
of turned to him Turner retracted Hie conies*
or s ; on which bis tortures bad w rung from
the him; but notwithstanding tbif retractiou,
j au ,i notwithstanding O'Brien denied a l
at knowledge of the larceny, and none of the
lay stolen things could lie found on him, O Brien
i W as seized, confined in double irons, in Hie
had pa me manner us the others, and tied up by
l|l0 wrists so tightly that most of bis weight
; hung upon his wrists. For three days and
the nights lie was kept thus, when the irons had
sent (;ul , n t n t| lt . flash, and his wrists, swollen to
i twice their ordinary size, presented a bight
that j | U |iy ulcerated ami gangrenous appearance,
in When Hie vessel readied Portsmouth the
cuts I condition ol O'Brieu's wrists was such that
Out al g rs t amputation ot both bands was felt to
a t, e necessary to save his life. But under the
walnut 1 skillful manipulation of Surgeon Gorgas, al
• , ho Natal Hospital, tbo inflammation was
ns a88ua g C d, and Hie bands were saved,
about 'j'he captain of tlie Pawnee (ClU*) denied
sold . ft jj knowledge of these punishments beyond
north j ( j )C confinement of the men in double irons,
Ins «jp| ie counsel for the executive officer, Lient
cnnnt Commander IL B. Seeley, intimate
part he knew nothing of these Mr lures, hut
social ,j,nl Hie inaater-at-arms, a petty officer, in
grad- dieted them without aulliority. "bus the
and a spectacle is piesented of cruel aud unlawful
who punishments inflicted on board o I a public
of ve88e | 0 f the Navy, during a period ol about
to ihlrlvcn days in all, with both the emnman*
himsell d| U jr an d executive officers nflcctiug t" have
getting known nothing about it.
Not a word ol Information touching these
bornas, unauthorized punishments readied the Navy
sleep j)cpnvlnu*nt through the ordinary official
Brick channels. But Charles Cowley, a Boston
dlu ) HW yer, formerly Naval Judge Advocate,
ad- l00 ^ Hm affidavit ol Turner and Simmons,
to w |, 0 employed bun as their counsel, and
was forwarded it to Secret ary Robeson, with a
com- jequest for a court martial,
Inst 1||ne n 0IU y P. Rolfe, United Slates District
by Attorney lor New Hampshire, seul a letter
else, l0 aecretary Robeson touching tbo torture
found ol O'Brien. Both of these documents were
play ie ru,'recl to a Court ot Inquiry, which
steps couvcn ed ut Portsmouth, consisting ol Cap
back ln j n ouest, Commanders McCawley and
large am | Commander Temple, Judge
mi a Advocate. Mr. Cowley nml Mr. Rolle ap
on j, carc j | ie |'nre Hie court in belinlt of the com
plainants.
;
bent up behind them, nnd both pairs ol nous
being tied together behind tlu ir hacks. A
' painful position cannot easily ho con
ceived. At the end of Hu a forty-eight
knurs they were raised from ihc deck, put
to stand up back to back wiih their ankle
irons still upon them, thenrnv of each being
bent backwards around the body ol his
comrade in torture. Atoncli
water were allowed them, will» ten minutes
suspension of punishment
cat it. No other suspension
nllowcd,
bad to be answered. Consequently the lore
peak where they were confined became in
sufferably filthy and the whole crew was
; made, in a measure, partakers in
! ishmeut. A
•ul brcfltl ami
I nable them M
of
my
at
bad
lust
Hie
six
Ip
s
Alton l the
Hie
'I'lio proceedings of this court have bee
conducted with I lie secrecy common with
such tribunals. But tbe facts above recited
were incitentally elicited in llm examination
of Shorter; und tbe samu tacts, in greater
detail, must have been brought out betöre
the Court of Inquiry. That Court has com
pleted ils labors, and will, without doubl, be
followed by a Naval General Court Martial,
before which all who were concerned in the
infliction ol these tortures will he brought J the
for trial.
dit
in
lie
of
but
and
not
So,
SnARi* Practice.— 1 Tlie well-meant
terprise ot
j of the Boston newspaper
curious manner the
sensational meet
the evening,
a small boy
ras defeated in :
other night. There w
ing at tbo South End late i
and a Iriciully policeman hired
to go nnd notify Hie Post editors.
Harlow, who presides at night, bad visions
of a good exclusive, and lie gave the boy a
dollar to go directly borne and ke ;p away
from Hie other offices with til» intormnti on.
Small boy thought that if H w
dollar to one pn per
be straightway visited tbe oilier editorial
room», und by shrewdly representing that
be bad not and would not visit any other
offices, lie was liberally rewarded by tbe
ral night editors. When, an hour later,
tlie several reporter» arrived nt tlie Been«*,
there was mutual astonishment and prntunity
all around. Harlow generously oilers a
be found.
in
ol
cal
Mr.
s to another, and
week's sulury if the small boy
CniNEBE W AfeHEltMEN. —Of all tllO
ployments »n whicli Chinamen best succeed
is Hie laundry business. They are wonder
ful washermen, though they insist upon
dampening dollies by taking the water iu
their mouths nnd sending it out in spray
through their closed teeth—a process to
scustlivc customers object—nnd
a
bear
to
ork
of
state
was
cott
the
mi
the
ar
par
wliicb
they iron shirts wiib the bottom of a pan
tilled with charcoal, and obstinately refuse
tbo flatiron, which is simpler and
better. But-tliey return shirts in beautiful
condition, with all tbo buttons sewed on,
s sääss
price charged by the San Frnuc.sco washer
Chlaamen as washeTmen JÄÄ
are entertained
ttmtrimy ,nay in time .An to wash them
Rather Good.— Tlie Erie Republican
tellB of a good joke, eald to have taken place
1 a few miles from that city during the recent
I burry in the wheat harvest. Cooks, like
» druggists, make mistakes aud use tbe wrong
bread CQ piments in getting up tbe dilbcs lor
^j nner> j n tfiis case Hie "girl of the period,"
an- j who Wft8 hurryill ^ up ff, 0 dinner tor a lot of
j iun „ r y i neQ| picked up the wrong jug, and
| j n cooking her onions, poured in a good
been dose of "old rye" instead ot vinegar. The
Eng- harvesters at tbe dinner table relished the
onions very much, and were not aware that
they had been cooked in whiskey; but they
louud it out in a short ti
through eating, and
the ebureb wr
Puris onions that bo
in tbe afternoon.
inno
wt
after they were
sturdy member of
drunk trom eating the
unable to work till lute
Orleans Republican. 1
a noiiti.i: tiiauei>y.
[Pi
ol
Her
and
the
1ÜII»
A Creole Sliool* fils Nwcctlicnrl
Himself.
The flow of human blood is unceasing; al
clironicle
called
most daily w
deeds ol inhumanity ol the most thrilling und
desperate description. Murder appears to
have become chronic, tlie knife and pistol
brought into requisition lor tbe most trifling
cause at all. Tbe awful details
of one homicide have not ceased to be
sntion, before another nnd move terrible
bus to be recited.
Tim shock of tbe City Turk affair is close
ly followed by a similar but exceedingly
worse transaction.
Last evening, about tw
dents of Rampart street, No. 81,
from tbe corner of Customhouse street,
startled by the sound of pistol shots and the
shrieks of a leniule voice, and tbe appear
ance on the banquette ol a young woman,
whose face was streaming with blood. She
bad only stepped from Ihn door ol No. 81,
when she lell on the brick pavement, appar
ently in the agonies ol death.
At the same lime in the rear yard, was ly
ing the perpetrator of the deed, his
,cr the ground, while lie
hovering
'clock, the rcsi
door
blond flowing
unconscious that death w
over him.
The first intimation the inhabitants of the
bouse lmd ol anything
ports of the pistol in the yard, nnd the sight
of the girl, Margaret Walker, passing hur
riedly 111 rough the rooms wounded in her
fnce.
Tbe man, Gaston Ferrell, had shot Iter
w ith a largo revolver without warning, and
then doubled bis crimp by shooting himsell
with the Fame weapon, after the girl had fled
from hint, lie must have placed the pistol
under ins chin and deliberately fired, for
the purpose o( blowing out his brains. 'I no
Imll passed upward through his head, lotlg
ing 'behind the left eye, nml it ia v '' , v
strange Hint death did not instantly c
Spec,I Officer Hmillousa wtm near the
house at the time, and ut once nttemlMl to
Chniiiy 1 loRpilul, where hoi w omul »a..
ceilained to lie a severe
Mn.Ba.el Walk«'
young man whose
lioned, Iml was occasionally visited by Gas
%
lmd hern a quarrel. I lo- mj su i > w m mi
with Gaston, lor he certainly will die.
Tin. um, two td>diu.;..lä, I» ;
I oyer by a midtile aged widow, Alls. 11 •
J foots, wlio, when questioned by Captain
j ('uin.was Hlt-lyun^orunwttngto m
| uisli Hie smallest item ot inhumation, is}
her own acknowledgment we tcnrnett utai
"visitors" Ircqiicnted Hie eslultlisliinetit.
ttowcwr IS. i»',««J »
ty, though quite neat and ouitiij. ai im
time of our visit only two women wore in
tira .Lvullins-Mt» Foot. »»«» >» 1c. I"«*'
woman— and neither of them ittui auj tu
quuinlance with Uaston, and hud not heard
his hislory. He is ulu.u looh.Uh
anil is said lo he a creole, m
fanion
l
al
a
a
pl
a
of
'I
living" with a
; need not be
presided
by pro
iRiuiy maker.
The following letter was fourni on tbe per
I Gitsloii, ndtireBSeti to Mr. ArtburMnl
*, New Orleans :
"1 bave cuduretl
of living any
between life and dealli, my late is to finish
my life by this bloody tragedy. No mau can
imagine wiiat 1 bave suffered for the last ten
' swore to kill myself
tired
•. Alter a long struggle
mucli Ibnl 1
years. Teu years ago
at liait tv years of age if my condition in ldc
bad not changed before this time. Instead of
gelling better, 1 have suuk trom bad to
I bave passed through all the pas
Hint can torture a human heart, the
lust ot all, love. Accursed love bad to give
Hie last stroke lo my existence. But 1 can
leave this cursed world aloue; 1
to take, before I die, the lile of Hie
whom I love madly, aud by whom 1
much unhappy during tbe last
six monlbs For my part I see Death a
sweet thing before my eyes, because I
positively sure that— Post mortem nihil est,
Ip SHI/II c
bound
woman
have been
O ASTON FERIUTT."
After (team
tldiili."
The quotation means :
s nothing, and d< ath itselt i
By lins it will be seen that be was really
desperate, nnd in bis desporntion was really
cool.
IFi"
f Ilia- I'jiNtorul Ports.
J the
Alter
It is getting tn be a*question whether tlit*
rob life of nil its
Patent Ofllco will not
poetry, and reduce human existence
demnllinn grind. Tbe inroads of Inbor-sav
ing inventions become alarming. The steam
has destroyed the domestic fireside
and the eomlortnble kitchen; it lias replaced
Hie gentle pleasures fd travel by a rush <>i
win ds, a shriek of whistles, a cloud of dust,
and smoke and cinders, through which
•ry is invisibh
aie obscured; il lias liiok
and defaced Hie
lade Rut'll havoc with tlie far
stic innocence is
the
lo
what
engine
1 the faces ol compan
iip the wil
iiintains; nnd
Hint
bis
tlie last abode of
away, and pastoral poetry c
heard upon the face of the earth. II tlie
able Mr. James Thompson bad to write bis
be would find himself in a
pretty incus. The useful plow no longer cuts
patiently through the sod, but roar» over the
field with a hissing ol steam and a puffing ot
flame and smoke. Tbe rosy swam who used
to chuck tbe pretty milkmaid under the chin
is turned into a greasy liieiimu; and tbe pret
ty milkmaid herself, alas, is
dit ion. No longer do
e be
bensona
ful
ly 3 K»V 1*3
> I he linlki'i'H Inouï ;
j*t qlli
By
•died
but e vening nml morning they nr
•blue shop, where a horrible ar
rangement of ropes, and pulleys, and levers
milks them «1! at once, on strictly scientific
principles. The mdkmnn now-n-dnys is an
engineer. Husking holies and paring bees
e antiquated festival», for a combination of
■clmnical powers takes bold of our ap
ples uml our corn, and turns them into pies
and meal in the twinkling of an eyelid. A
dreadful person in England even proposed,
not long ago, to purvey country air lor tbe
inhabitant» ot cilié», just us one might deal
•w potatoes. He would lay
pipes from tlie open fields to the heart of Hie
city, and turn on the breath of tbe daisies
just ns one would turn on the Croton
So, whenever you wanted a whiff of
mown bay, you lmd only to suck it through n
tube.
The worst of nil these prosaic improve
meutc, however, is Hie new invention for
king bay by stenm. Colin nnd Lucy, the
shepherd'» pipe and crook, nnd Hie milk
maid's yoke nnd pails, were long ago driven
himself goes
if be lmd been per
o shall jovial
at
the
a
a
in fresh milk or
oblivion, und
much
tlie
Ol
•lipsed, No
uiently
hinds
Tlmt throw* relrcalihil round u rural «nu ll ;
process has been invented whereby
hay and grain can be instantaneously cured
by a blast of hot air. This is awful Think
of a coke furnace Inking tbo place of the fla
grant haycock, a steam driven fan replacing
the fork and rake ! No more prayers for flue
weather; no more harvest moon; no more
•rry bringing home of tbe ripened sheaves
more making bay while the sun shines,
lor liny cau be made just as well in the
midst of a northeasterly storm. It is all
dare say, for tbe farmers; but
iu
to
,
on, Andy JoHNaoN Before the Mob. I lie
äää«
Jfc "S'h^'hoW àtlraÿ'
'^'Amid the exritctmra, Ira stood as caln.V,
.f ;m danger had n.enarcd htm The cries
rt** U ~
marble, save that bis eye flashed with uiiut
ILiable resolve to mmutuiii to the lust the
had marked out. His friends were
protect him at all hazirds,
and when the thud effort at intimidation was
thwarted, the eiyany gave up Htc attempt iu
disgust and despair."
very well,
pray what are tbe poets to do ?
place
like
lor
of
and
good
The
the
that
they
course
determined
One Calilornia towu jokes another upon
the excessive heat which prevails there by
rallinj. a »lory Ilia, a man liaviug discovered
some ducks' eggs carried ..ran, home to his
wile, who placed them in a drawer with the
gpotius auil lorks. A lew flays nltovwimls
bearing a rattling iu the drawer tbe lady
opened it nnd louud u duckling paddliug
around lor food. The heat had been so great
were
of
the
lute
to complete tbe incubation.
Dr.
Ilonlli of an Actor'» Wife.
The Coroner held an inquest on the 3id
Inst., nt No. 505 Labadie itreet, on the body
ol Mrs. Sslher Wallace, wile ol Robert U
Wallace, the comedian, who died from tbe
effects or liquor and a frequent use ol opium.
Her story is a sad one. A lew years ago she
was a bapny wife and mother, with friends
and relatives around her, and moving in
good society. She was then a handsome,
intelligent woman. Her husband
actor, receiving a fair salary, and they lived
genteelly. In time she became addicted to
drink, and lier husband, on returning from
the theatre, frequently found her senseless
from intoxication. Failing l>y arguments to
induce her to ubandon her evil practice, and
situation, be lett the
take
all
lu
Isa
.
Is
and
by
by
being thrown out of
city, and bis wife was compelled
of herself and her child, a smart, intel
ligent girl, now about twelve years o.d.
Thu deserted wife might have made a
comfortable support, if she hail possessed
sufficient strength of mind to give up the
wine cup; hut when her husband left her she
became reckless and miserable, and drank
for the purpose of drowning
The life she led impaired lier
case the pangs ol bodily pain,
soothe her sorrow, she used
opium daily, increasing the quantity with
the increase of lier cravihg for tho ding. In
obscure street she lived
Or
C.
at
strong liquor
lier sorrow,
liealtli, and to
well US
a small room ......
a miserable life, losing all self-respect and
energy. Tbe neighbors helped her
distress, but she made no effort to help her
self. Several times a day she, would send
her little girl out to produce whisky and
opium. For Hie last two weeks she was un
able to leave her bed. Her neighbors in
duced Mr. Pettigrew locnll and see lier, nnd
two ladies visited her and rendered her some
assistance. The room in which she was liv
ing was in a shockingly filthy condition, and
emitting such a sickening smell that
pl »mis were made to the police. Two po
risited lier, and some ot the neigh
bors cleaned up tbo room. On Monday
night she was lound dead in her bed, in the
midst oi filth and squalid poverty. She has
a brother and sister living in llic city, both
of whom are respectable, tint not wealthy.—
'I he little girl stated Hint her father
peeled here soon, and that ho had
gageaient lo play at Du Bar's next fall, 'Her
brother look charge of tbe body nnd bad it
decently interred.
The verdict of Hie jury
came to her death by intempérance, and the
,—81. Louis Democrat.
It,
It
of
that tlcceasetl
habitual use of oj
Gas Explosion at Bergen Point—Two
Mkn In.iorkiï. —A l »traut 8J A. M. yestor
day, tbo gns works of the Latouretle House,
nt Beißen Point, exploded, causiuK a very
lorn! iiq-oiT, and greatly startling the real*
dents ot the hotel and neighborhood, who
flocked to tbe scene of tlie disaster in , *
numbers. Tbo boarders ill tbo bouse bad
just bail break last, and many of tlie gentle
men bad already departed tor their business
iu the city. When the Ras had been
haust cd from the gasometer, two workmen,
Clark and Connelly, entered the well to ex
amine the pipe* leading from tlie retort to
the gasometer, which, it is said, were choked
They were prosecuting their examina
tion, with the aid of some lighted candles,
when, it is supposed, tbe gas trom the bouse
pipes, lining flowed back into the gasometer
became ignited and caused the explosion,
terribly injuring tbe two workmen. The
gasworks, which were in a small brick build
considerable distance from the main
buildings of the hotel, are a complete wreck,
nothing remaining but tbe lour walls and a
mass of blackened timbers. The tiro
Biotied by the explosion, wliicb was confined
to the gasworks, was promptly extinguished
by the employees of tbe hotel, who
ganized into a very efficient tire brigade.—
Tlie injured men were promptly conveyed to
tbe hotel, where their injuries were attended
lo by Dr. Payne. Their wounds, though of
. exceedingly painful nature will uot prove
fatal. Tbe damage t® tbesgasworks is about
insurance.— iv
great
Up.
of
to
1
$1,500,
T. Tribune , A uy. 17.
winch there
a
Earning Fifty
Morphy
SENATOR
Cksts.— Senator Murphy, who is a fine
lookiup, jovial, whole-souled intellectual fel
low, went down to bailie, atul while in tbe
costume <>r the bathers was addressed by a
down
and bathe
State
distinction, who bad
bathe, "You
!" Tlie Senator jumped at the opportu
nity, and taking Hie fair lady by tbe band,
led her out into the water, protecting her
from the under currents nnd sometimes dan
gerous waves, at tlie same tune listening to
tier joyous exclamations, such as ' Ob. bow
delightful !" "It is indeed delicious!" &c.
Alter gelling through with the bathing and
paying the Senator the filly cents, which is
price charged by tlie bathing
ien,oue of whom she supposed tbo Senat
•as, »lie said lo him ; "
every day
lady
For
At
tlit*
its
<>i
the vegul
Well, sir I wish you
eleven o'clock;
lo bailie
what name shall 1 call when I want you ?
"Tom, madam; I will wait on you with
pleasure." Soon after tbe lady met tbe Son
• in the parlor. She saw her mistake and
bliisluiigly bit the room. Tom Murphy,
however, met tier at tbe breakfast table and,
removed her embarrassment by saying in
ibody but Tom,
Issued
wil
r
Hint
bis winning way
madam, and hope yon will call for
eleven o'clock .—Houston (Texas) Times
Lony Branch Letter.
at
bis
a
cuts
the
ot
used
chin
pret
W.
be
at Robbery.— Two
thieves entered Hie store ol Messrs. Liune
mnii, Weliry & Co., No. fill Broadway,
New York, at about 3 P. M. Monday, and
seizing a package of satin goods, valued nt
into the street. At Hie door a
iu waitlug, which they
Daring Attic
And
«3,000, ran L
covered wagon
entered, driving down Duane street nt a fear
ful pace. John Kindle, cartman for tbe linn,
witnessed tin: robbery, ami started iu pur
suit. Near llio Now Bowery be got nearly
abreast <>r the wagon, when
thieves drew a revolver, nnd tired two shots
one of which passed unpleasantly
bis ear. In tbo vicinity of the Oak St.
iu coutact
1*3
•died
ar
levers
an
bees
of
ap
pies
A
tbe
deal
lay
Hie
daisies
n
for
the
milk
driven
goes
per
jovial
of the
at him,
Police {Station the wagon c
with another vehicle, and the horse literally
pulled himself out of tlie »lmfta. As soon as
the wagon stopped Hie thieve» dismounted
and made their escape, although they were
closely pursued by several officer». Tbe
gnu is marked ''J. Carleton, No. 808 Broad
way," but on inquiry it was found that Mr.
Carleton had sold the vehicle some time
i bad been allowed
R
•, and timt bi»
n the wagon without his kuowl
lteld at
remain
edge. Both horse aud wagon ar
Hie Oak street Potlce Station, awaiting
claimant. It is thought that they formed
part of the stock in trade of tho thieves.
Another Long Island Elopement.—
;,»iss Mary-, 'daughter of a respectable
an d wealthy family ot Glen Cove, eloped a
low days ago with bei mother's coachman.
The loving couplo drove in a farm wagon to
another town, nnd were made man aud wile.
returned borne aud
The bride nt
nounccil her change of condition, which
produced n scene. Shortly alter her arrival,
and while tlie family were grieving .
what they considered their disgrace, Hie
coachman appeared, probably fully prepared
in kneel and bo forgiven. That be did not
kneel is to be attributed to bis rapid ejection
from tbe house. lie is represented to be
ignorant lellow, possessed of no usual share
of good looks. All endeavors to separate the
bride iront ber husband proved unavailing,
and her family were forced to buy the
off. It is understood that $10,000 has bucu
offered him lo relinquish all claim lo bis
bride and leave the country. It is expected
that he will accept the offer.— N. i. Tribune
cured
Think
fla
flue
more
sheaves
shines,
the
all
but
, "iiniv >' ntUed a fast vounc Parisian of
I lie « "do vou rid yourself of an attach
SSSrsa
àtlraÿ' Postmaster at' St. Petersburg ashing him
caln.V, send me a Rttsalau postage stamp to .ray for
cries |fclW rnm Moscow o Pans lira, put
»tÄÄ 1 K «.J»
uiiut- to the 1'ostmaster at Moscow, with the n
the quest that hu will drop it m tl.e mail, an
were tho thing is done." "There is a much aim
hazirds, pier way than that. I write to my lady, 1
was know all. Adieu. Iu twenty cases out i
iu twenty-five Hiere is something to know. At
any rate il has always been successful in my
täte.
upon _ . , ,
there by i'»'0 kiugof the Parts ragpickers, who just
discovered died, Pore »'Epingle, '*«» »* '« Lent."leal,
to his Irate» thieve», marin Iras own medic mis nna
with the administered them gratuitously I»
nltovwimls ers, kept a library, loaueil the hnuka, aud
lady i taught children bow to read. Tibe rag pickers
paddliug ! are lieeueod, and 6omc ol them are quite
great wealthy. About twelve bundled followed
tbe heal to of their king.
Special Roli es.
Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic Balsam
NOW USED BY THOUSANDS.
This preparation Is a complete chemical food, and will
build up weakened, emaciated and broken-down con
stitution* This remedy Is rapidly taking tbe place of
all others In all diseases of the THROAT and l.UNGS.
lu acts promptly and quickly In coring chronic and re
cent Congha, Sore Throat, Aalnmn, O.oup, Hoarseness.
Bronchitis. Horanee* and Paine In tbe Breast and Blood
Spitting, Tickling Cough*, Tightness ot the Phlegm,
Whtozing or Shorlness of Breath, Weak \ olce
sumption.
We have cured more than
MON ART CONSUMPTION through the
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Isa POWERFUL EXPECTORANT, with Tonic Altera
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. -vly equalled, In CURING ALL DISEASES OF THE
THROAT AND LUNU8. It now commands a large
hundred cane* of t'UL
sale, and is extensively appreciated wherever used, and
Is high'y recommended by olergjrineu, lawyer«, editors
and physicians, and by thousands who have used it.
Ai j-See our Special Circular for full description,
by mail or to be had of Dealers In Madlcmea. Price 6U
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i
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Yon cm kill evory cockroach, water-bog,
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It, and nothing ehe will Look out for frauds In buying
uy noun ihit does not bear Ihc signature of E Lyon.
It you get the light thing, It Is nuredeith to all Inserts,
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Essays on the ERRORS OF YOUTH and the FOLLIKB
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Is
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both States,
Which
Aud
use.
thiH
that
cal
inaDOtartnrlag district
recovery.
ing
OFFERING FOR SALE THEIR
an
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To
Bearing 7 percent. Intere»t,
To
of
Payable first days of April and October ,
FREE OF
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It
family
i
State and United States Tax
For tile présenta limited amount Is ollere t
S* Centn and Interest
At this price It.U tne CUK.1PKST first clau Investment
offered on the market.
investors Un Tond*
convenience
1,60'J's and lOO's.
Issued in
Apply
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the
nt
a
BANKERS,
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St.
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PHILADELPHIA.
as
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at
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Who will furnish Pamphlets with Maps and
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a
to
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.
Hie
not
share
the
bucu
bis
.
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for
put
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aim
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my
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THE SICKLY.
FOR THE AGED.
tOR FEMALK8,
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teg"NO BITTERS EQUAL TO THEM." 3 ®«
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WINE, HERBS AND. ROOTS
HPKBIt'8 Celebrated Wine, eo well known, with
PERUVIAN
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Auil «uct. other 11 Kbits
YOUNG **""*-*'
uxa it with wonderful vu-ce s
BK1NG8 OGIiOR (■> the pule white lip, BIA)0M and
BEAUTY to Ihn thin face aud careworn countenance.
FEVER and Create» APPETITE. Try them.
ROOTS as will In all ca
tbe Secretion* of tbe e
give TONE
«
just
nna
aud
pickers
quite
followed
FEMALE. All
Use uo
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by Druggist« am) Oncer*.
Hu
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4ST*Trad supplied by all Wholesale Dealer*
feblB-ljr
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MEDICAte.
I >A I IV KTI.IiK,R. N'
111 IJ1J1 the
sixty-nine,
Oabrlelln
.
Shubrlck,
' the
Charles
' devisees
1 Assignée
children
TAKES INTERNALLY CURES i
| this
.al,
_rst
! Court
• I.
Breck,
DuPont
Castlo
The «rent Family Medicine
ol' tl»e Age
r m
Sudden Colds, Cough«, Sic.
Weak Stomach, Ooneral Dobillty.
Nursing Here Mouth,
:
|
Complaint,
Cramp or Pain In the Stem »ob,
Ilowel Complaint,
Painter's Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarrhea».
end Dysentery.
by the
au
the
lulentete,
Aud
rule
iiure
TAKEN EXTERNALLY, CURES
_
:
'
i
an«. Ih.ll«, and Old Sores, Severe Ruin«
Cut«, Sprain*, Swelling ...
te, Ring worm aud Tetter,Broken
Breasts, Frosted Feat ant
Cbilb'alns, Toothache
Pain Iu
Neuralgia and
eumatlsin.
of
Hration
sixth
and
hundred
llrul-u«,
ti
THB PAIN KILLER
glstur
tho
ty ol
against
of
cause
turo
Is by univers »I contient allowed to hir« won for Itself
a reputation unsurpassed In thj history ol medical pre
paration«.
ITS lNSTANTANKOI'S EFFECT
Iu the entire tradlralionjsod
EXTINCTION OF PAIN
In till it h varied form* Incidental lo the human family,
snd the unsolicited written aud verbal testimony of the
ina«so* in its favor, »re its own best advertisements,
The ingredients whicli enter Into the PAIN KILLER
Lein.; purely vegetable, render it a pirfeolly safe .and ef
flearloa* remedy, taken Internally a* well a* lor external
application, when used according to directions. The
slight stalu upon linen trou» its u«e In external applica
tions U readily removed by washing iu a little alcohol.
This medicine, justly celebrated ti-r tho cure nf
uiauy of the stflections icc'.duut lo the human family,te
-been bcteie the public
L.

All
ot
Ad
ABOUT THIRTY YEARS,
R
And ha* fouud Us way into almost
world ; and wherever it 1« h»* 1 the
pretsed of its real medical -roperlie*.
iu any atta> k where pioaipi action
is required, tho PAIN KIL .Kit is
most instantaneous effect in
oplnh u Is ox
thu system
invaluable.
wllhlii
State
RELIEVING PAIN
the
to
such
to
1, wheu used according ,t >
Is truly wondeiful ;
raclions, Is true to its
A PAIN HILLER.
It is. In Irnth, a
FAMILY MEDICINE.
larntly
Aud should be kept
use. Persons traveling should always h»ve a
thiH remedy with them It Is not unfrequeutly tho ossd
that persons are attacked with disease, aud before medi
cal aid can be secured tho patient Is beyond the hope of
Captains p f voi»dls should always supply
a few bottles nf tide remedy bulore teav
possesslon of
recovery.
ing port, as by doing so they will bj
an invaluable remedy
sudden attacks
To resort to In case of accldeut
sickness. It has buen —*
SEVERE CASES OF CHOLERA,
And never baa falle I (n a stagla case, where it
thoroughly applie I on the tlrst appaarancu-of •»>" ■«
To those who have so long used and provel the merits
of our article, we would sny that we shall continue .o
,
PAIN KILLER
Of the BEST AND PUREST MATERIAL,
It «ball be every way worthy of their approbation
family medlolne.
i Price, 25 and 60 cents, and {1,
PERRY DAVIS & SON,
l Proprietor«,
Manufacturera
78 High street, Providence, R. I ; 28U St.
Paul street, Montreal, Canada; 17 Southampton
Row. London, England.
lie by dealers in medicine every
au!7 3m
IST F
au!7 3m
T>
Allen's Lung Balsam !
THE REMEDY FOR CURING
Consumption, Coughs, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, Croup, Diseases of the Throat,
Pains nml Oppression of the
Chest or Lnngs.
The foiutula from which it l* prepared. Is referred t> by
the leading medical journal« as being equal to any pre
rlptlou that can tie made up for such diseases by .the
Bdlrtkt faculty. The BALSAM te, consequently,
RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS
Who have become acquainted with lie great sao.'t«*.
equal !
Expectorant , it has
As
It i* rnmpoaeil of the artive ptliidpla« c
.'lants, which are chainlrally extracted, so
all their medic »1 qualities.
MINISTERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
Who are ao often afllictad with Throat Dlnaasan, will
find« remedy in this BALSAM. Lozenges and Water*
this Balaam, taken i
a tew
sometimes give relier, l
, will insure a cure
in
Will the Afflicted Clergyman «lease
Merits ?
TESTIMONIALS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Natbsolnl Harris, ter many year« a reehtent ol
Mldillutmry. Vermont, recommends tba Balaam a* being
superior to all other remedies for Bronchitis. He »ays :
"I hare no doubt It will soon become a rtaaairal
agent for the cure ot all disease«
BroucbUt Tubes, aul the Luuice."
• Dr. Lloyd, of Ohio, Surgeon In the
from exposure contracted consumption. He says
heaiiaucy In stating. WKÉÊM
daring tbe
•• I h
use of your Lung B.»l
Joying health."
Dr. Fletcher, of Mia*t,uri, save :
•• i recommend your Balsam iu prefcreuc* t> auy other
medicine for Coughs, aud It gtees satiafactioo."
!■ >0 i.l -
Physicians
should try this inadieiue bâtera Ihav giva tbe cat» up,
a* we know very many valuable Uvea have tenu saved
by being persuaded to give it a
DON'T DK3VAIR be.
failed, but try this remedy and yoa will net be deceived.
It will «land tbe test for meiiu.ae has the celebrated
Perry Uavla' Pain Hiller,
Which haa been luirnduced tn all parla of the iuhabit
everywhere appreciated and sought
aide world,
ALLEN S LUNG BALSAM
la tba remedy to cure all Lung and Throat difficult 1 *«.
It abould be thoronghly tested before using any ether
Jt will Cure when all others fail.
X)r A. L. Sc'ivlll, abo lias ter many years been known
throughout th* United »lates as the inventor
dies tor the lungs, rtcomtnou.1«
ALLEfi'S LÜNQ BALSAM
A* surpassing anything that
tbo public for th* core of Luo* Diseaeea.
bis owu family with great eucces* in the case of hie
", and haa been perrat.
sumpllon. This l«'ly "now
uently cnreJ by
ALLEN'S LU NO BALSAM.
and
all
It causes fbe phlegm and matter te
tatiug those dellvale organs, (the lunge.) and without
producing constipation of the bowel«. It also gives
nth to the system, «tops night sweats, au l changes
morbid sacretlou* In a healthy state. It contain*
no opium in any term, aul is perfectly haimiess for
most delicate
read hi* Treatise upon Diseased Lungs.
Pnyxician* wh » bavo fitted to cure
should try this medicine before they give
a* we know Veiy many valuable jive- hav
by Icing persuaded to give Ita trial.
Be sure and gel ALLEN'.- LUNG
All
Consumpuva*
Ihrtr patleDts,
BALSAM,
i other article be palmed .
Sold by all dealer* in lamlly medicines. au!7 3m
Ceijnl .HotiCBs.
N' ORPHAN'S COURT, hold at New Caatl* In and
the County of I

AT
flrst day of April iu the
thoueaud eight buudred and
K. A. Cii.Cion and
sixty-nine, upon tbeapplh'
Oabrlelln J., hie wife, Maty V. DuPont, Charte* I.
Jr., and Victor flul'out, tbe slid OibrieiU J. C
. being one ol the children and helr*-*t li* ol
Shubrlck, deceased, who afterwards Intermarried with
' the said R. E. A. Croftou. and the said Mary V. Dul'out,
Charles I. DuPont, Jr., aud Victor DuPont beiiu, the
' devisees of I he late Samuel K. DnPoat, who was the
1 Assignée ol Francis Dul'. Shuhri k who was one of the for
children and h»ir*-at law ot Irvine Shuhrlck. late n|
i a'Âîïîa"wÂ:. IfhÄÄÜÄ
| this Court— by the petition nf Gie-ttJ K K. A. Croit.oi loi
.al, lu writing, pre.«enti:d to the Court;— It is this
_rst day of April in the yeir aforesaid, ruled by the
! Court that Richard Shubriek, Henry DuPout and Charles de
• I. DuPont, Jr., trustees, William ßr. ck an I Gabriella J
Breck, Engen« Da Pout, Amelia K. Dal'ont au 1 Homy K
DuPont be and appear at an Orphan's Court ot New
Castlo County, aforesaid, to t>e hold at New Ca-lle on
day ot SEPTEMBER next, aud
preference due to them ot
r m
afire« ill,
MONDAY, the
suct-cssivoly «ut tUni
rt. Tenement«
eptlug or choosing,
dUamenU of the aahl latest»!*, un laid off and appraised
by the freeholder«, under an order oi the «aid Court m
heretofore made, or show oause It any they have, why
au order shall not he in ado for'the «ale of the whole ;• v
the said Unde, tenements aud hereditament« ot the «aid .
lulentete, Ijylne Shiihriok. deceased , ,,
Aud It Is ordert d by the Couit that a copy ol tin -
rule ho publl«hed for «lx kuccos«IVo weeks Iu Ihe DeUt- | .
iiure Stitr Journal, * uuwspaper published iu the City
• Slate ot Delaware—the lir*t pub
of Wilmington,
Hration thereof to he at le««t sixty day* l.otoie tho «aid
sixth day ol September next. ^ t | 1
and affixed the seal ol the said Court, at New (,'a*lle, th.'
twenty-sixth day of April, A. D. ou- thousand eight
hundred aud sixty nine. BKNJ. R. UdTICK,
EDISTKK'S UU1IKE.
Rlhistbr'h office, Nkw Ca.*tle Couktt, j
o application of ANNIE S. *OLARK, Ex
ilic L»t Will and Testament of CANTWELL
County,
ti
CLARK, lato <>■ l'eucadei Hundred,
deceased; tt I* ordered
glstur that tho Ex cutrix aioro«ai<i,
grautiug of Letter* Tustaioontary
tho deceasod.wRh Ihudnlo of granting Un roof, by causing
advurUbomentstu be posted within forty days from thudatc
of*uchlotlors l ln six of the most public place* ol the Ct
ty ol Now CaHtl*, requiring all portions having demands
against tbe estate to present tbo same, or abide by
of Assembly In such case iuad* aud provided. Aud al«o
cause the same lo be Inserted within the «atu* period In
Dclawaro Stale Journal aud Slbtc«mai..a newspaper
published lu Wiliulugloti, and to be continued therein
turo months
diructoJ by
notice oT
the relate ol
, Given under the hand and Seal ot OOleeof the
L. h. J Register aforesaid, at Newcastle In Newcastle
— » County aforesaid .the day aud year above written.
R. V. FKAIM, Register.
NOTICE.
All partons having claim* against the estate of the de
present the same duly attested to tho Kxe
> June i9ih, IÖ70, nr abide the
•h case made aud provided.
ANNIE 8. CLARK, Executrix.
jyl6 2m
ot Assembly iu
Ad Iresa, Ulsignw,
EUIÜTER'S ORDER.
KEtiisTEn'e Office, New Castle Couhtv,
August 2d. 1 Stiff.
Upon tho application of John B Uruhb, Aduiinlslra
of liahella Dolton, late of Brandywine Hundred,
said Connlv, doceasod, it is ordered and directed by
Register
R
ox
Ailmiiilatrator ntbrenaiil, give
Adiuiulatratlun
of Letters >
tho deceased,
Krailling thereat, by cansiUR advertisement« lo bo posted
wllhlii forty days from tho date of such Let fora, iu six of
rhô County of New Castle, re
having demands against the E«
Act ef Assembly in
period in tho Delaware
State Journal aud Statesman, a newspaper published iu
Wilmington, au>l lo be continued therolu two nuiuthB.
S UIveu under tho hand aud Seal of Office of tin
Register aforesaid, at New Castle tn Now Cast!»
Cnuuty aterasaid, the day and year above writ
. C. FKAIM, Register.
granting
the most
quiriug all pern
to present tbe same, or abide by
such ease made aud provided. Ai
to bo luserted
. id.,
:
NOTICE.
All persous having claims against the Es*ate of
duly attested to the
August 2d. 1870, or abide the
JOHN E GRUBB, Administrator
6 Kobluren Street, Wilmington,
ossd
of
teav
ceased must pieseut
mlulstrator,
Actof Assembly in euch r
Addres«--!>
ante 2m
DOVER,'
Moor tou,
Breuford,
Smyrna,
.*a»riit'.«s
Blackbird,
Townsend.
MIDDLET'N
. George«,
Newcastle,
Wilming'n.
Philadel'a.
Daltiniore,
AN EXCURSION
TO PHILADELPHIA
FREE of EXPENSE.
OW WILL YOU MANAGE IT
«Freight
Station«
to delay«
Going
Going
ten.
This
Si nions
stopping
JiihClloa
Leave
ÏOU might walk there.
YOU might swim there.
YOU might get n free ticket.
YOU might ride
YOU might eit behind a freight truie.
rJlHERE IS A BETTER WAY.
YOU need some clothes.
YOU
YOU
YOU «ill buy them in Philadelphia.
the engine.
Camden,
the best clothes,
get them cheaply.
T> Y GOING
ROOKHILL & WILSON'S,
TO
fur New
11 46
Boat
Saturday
your Railroad fare.
„..o your Steamboat charges.
Bavo your Horse Car Ticket«,
all your expeasea.
hH'
\ Hi
YOU
-y-OU CAN BUY, AT
1 ROOKHILL & WILSON'S.
I II«
clump
COATS,
PANTS,
' VESTS.
DUSTERS, Hoobcnp
BOYS' SUITS, bo cheap, that you will
save all it ooBts you tp come to towu and buy.
ROOKHILL & WILSON'S
SUMMER STOCK OF
THIN CLOTHES.
The
pbla
ton at
follows.
From
From
phis,
la absolutely tbo finest lot of good» ii
anywhere olso in tbo world.
YOU MAY RANSACK the splendid and sub
stantial warehouses of London, the elegant
clothing marts of Parin, aud tho best establish
ments, scattered through all the great cities on
ibis Bide of the Atlantic, but you will not find in
any of them
Better Clothes,
Cheaper Clothes,
More Durable Clothes,
Nicer Fitting Clothes,
From
plil.t,
I3.1UKD,
A
Or
THAN AT THE
Great Brown Stone Hall
OF
ROCKHILL & WILSON
603 & 605
Chestnut St,, PHILADELPHIA,
!
ing
-
NNNNNNDflBBB B.—Special prepu
friends wlao live
you itutned iately aud send your
of
ratiouH f
We will wait
ulüthe» tu I he trains.
£
*
f
v.
*«.
V
'r
<**•
l
ÏHOMPdON & Harper,
hie
MANUFACTURERS
tæ, 12511123« HUGE AVENUE,
PHILADELPHIA
Itidge Avenue Cara pasa tho door.
HliisiratoJUaU.tegW'S*
1
I
jo-623mos
uu OUGHT -
.... «avril bv buyinc cb*-i
flflTH'S Ton amt 0"ff
maylS-Oiu
JlIAKin iltONKt
know that
LA,COFFER
rt »P1CI
, 4( 0 tUlpl. y t
TRAVKL1SG ^KACJS ;
ATCHEI.M
I
Oentlemeu, l*o*-k««t
.Cigar Cases, Porte Folios. Äc . for «al» *'
K. S. R. BUTLER'S,
20 Market Btreef
» NGLm. CHOW «Thu vA'and HIXK .o l
Jbi P10BKL8,|at Fourth and Jffatlirt.
(Crnoelcrs (ßuiöc.
AULE.
COMMENCING MONDAT, MAT 10th, 18«».
1 rains will leave Depot corner Broad Btreetaad Waab
ington Avenue.
nectlng
CrUfleld and Intermediate Stations.
EXPRESS TRAIN at lli uO M. (SnnJayi eaeepied)
for Baltimore aud Washington, slopping at Wilmington,
Pei ry ville and Uavre-de Oraee. Coun>ct* at Wilmingto*
'iâÂ'ïiiwSïi. «.
loi- llaltimoreaad Washington, Stopping al Cbesiar,Tb«r«
low, Iduwood.Clayinont, Wilmington, Newport. StÄBto»,
Newark,Klktou.North La. t,Charlestown,Perry ville, Havr
de Grace, Aberde-n, Perryman's, Edgewood, Magnolia,
Chase's and Sieinmor's Ron _
<wNIO.IT EXPRESS at 11.30 P.M (daily,) for BalU
inoreand Wasbingti n. stopping at Chester,Tburlew, Ltn>
wood,CUi mont, Wilmington,Newark, Blkton. North-Meat,
Prrryville and Havre üe Grice. Perryman's and Magnolia,
Pa' seliger» lor Koi tress Monroe and Nortolk will take
A.M (Sundays excepted,
Re ntal-Station«. Con
i at Wilmington for
A V-MAIL TRAIN st8
Baltimore,stopping al
Delaware Rail
the 1200 M.train,
8top ,,i n( , all
m |nJjon:
j ltllT0 Philadelphia at 11.00 A. M. 2.8®, 6 CO, and 7.0
v M> Th „ 8 . 00 P.M. train connect« with Delaware Ball
. r0J4i , , or ||. lr rmgton and intermediate statloun.
Ieiavu Wi minaton at 6.J4I and h to A.M., I.Mb4.16 a*4
- ... f i ». \< in * m- .in , l0 t stop bs
| . ' :
WILMINGTON TRAINS,
r between Philadelphia aud Wll.
Philadelphia.
and BALTIMORE CENTRAL B. B.
PIML<
tUopplag at all Mlalhms ou Chester Creek and Philadel
phia aud Baltimore Central Railroad.
Leave Philadelphia for Perl Deposit (Sundaysexcepted)
«I T.oO A. M. aud 4.;i0 P. Al Leave Philadelphia tar
(Ration« h
Fliiladflgliia slid Lamuklu.
ft Di-pot It fer riiiUd.'IpbU (duiidaysexeupttd'
' 6.30 A. M.
I l !•
.. will couuni at Lniuulilu Junrtloa »Ith
AI. tr.'iioH for Philadelphia and Ualtlmora
T11LOUJH TRAINS FROM HALTIMOBE.
, 12.2'J, 6.37 and 1030
I <ure Wiiiniiiglon
Ml ESTER FOR PHILADELPHIA
. U.Û8 aud 11.0 S a. M. 2.1
l eave Chester
lx, il.'U», 7 47 and 1023 1*. M. -
From BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Haiti more 7.26 A. M., Way
. U.I6A.W., Ex
.M., Express 7.26 P. M., Express..
!■
mi ll.iltiiuor*
Deposit an J intermediate
P. M.
Port Deposit will have
P.wryvllte at «.47 A. M. for Ualtliuoie aud Intermediate
7'ralus for lultimora leave Chester at 12.06 and 0.11
A. M , aud d 3 à P. M.
Train* ter Baltimore leave Wilmington at 12.62
lü.Ül A. M., 1 0j aud 6 17 P. M.
SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE.
Baltimore
P. M., slopping at Maguolja
Perryman'*, Aberdeen. Havre deUrace, Perryvtllo.
I liariestowii, Norlli East, Klktou, Newark, StantOD,
Newport, Wilmington, Clay mont. Linwood and Chester.
H F. KSNNUY. Bnp't.
DELA WARE BAIL
.FALL ARRANGEMENT.
On aud after MONDAY, OCTOBER 6tb, 1068, Paiseu
I'raius will ran a* follows, nutH further notioe:
ALL TRAINS SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
GOING SOUTH.
Philadel'a.,
Baltimore,
WUining'u,
New Castle,
Üt. Georges,
Mt. Pleasant,
Middloto'u,
10.46 Townsend,
Blackbird,
12.00 Clayton,
Brenford,
DOVER,
Camden,
Willow Grove
Canterbury,
Plymouth,
8,10 1.66 Felton,
Harriugton,
Farmington,
BrldgevRIe,
8HAFO&D,
2.46 Laurel,
SAL18B''Y,
Forktown,
Princ.Ann«,
Westover,
Kingston,
Marion,
Criafleld,
GOING NORTH,
of
in
iu
U
Crlnlield,
7.26 2 25
Klugulou,
10.30 6.40
10.60 7 .CS
11.00 7 16
11.16 7 50
11 U 7.60
11.46
Westover,
l'rinc.Anno,
0.10
Forktown,
SALI.SB'Y
In dinar,
SEA FORD,
Uridgeville,
Greenwood,
Farmiugton,
Umringten,
Plymouth.
Canterbury,
Willow Gi< v
DOVER,'
Moor tou,
Breuford,
Smyrna,
.*a»riit'.«s Road, x.
Blackbird,
Townsend.
MIDDLET'N
. George«,
Newcastle,
Wilming'n.
Philadel'a.
Daltiniore,
8.06
11.30
11.60
M.
8.16
P.M.
M.
12.0« 8*0
A.M. P.M
13.16 8.60
,13 10 8.36
7 16 12
I I
12 60 0.0«
Ml
no ojw
, 18
1.20 0-30
0 46
1 ff
346
U '
3.46
I U
10 16
6.20
1.16 8.10
6 . 4 b
«Freight Train with Passenger Car attached, will leave
Station« name j at the following CbnDged Hour«, (subject
to delay« incident to Freleht Buainoss ) tU.:
Going fouih, leave Wilniingtet, about 3.00 A.M.,
.00, Middletowo, 0 00, Clayton, 7.15, Dover, 8.60,
, 10 06, and be due at Ilartington
Going North, to leave Harrington about 3.20 P- M Fel
, Cam,li-n, 6 05, Dover, 5.46, Moorton, 6.10 Clay
ten. 7.00. Middletown, 8.4^New Castle. 10.80, and bo da*
This train
Si nions named, hut
stopping plane, except liar«'« Corner,
JiihClloa aud Dup:>ut.
«KW CASTLE TRAIN8.
Leave New Castle for Wilmington and Philadelphia,
Camden, '.I
Passengers only at
Passengers at any
, State Road, Del.
re I'hlUdelphla 11.45 M.and Wilmington 1.00 P.M.
fur New Castle.
SMYRNA BRANCH TRAINS,
Additional lo those above
11 46 A.M., and 8.10 P.M. Leave Clayton for Smyrna 8.40
l*. M„ to make connection with train« t
d Stations south.
Steamboat Traîna heretofore
Boat will, howeVci, leave CrUfleld
Saturday Evening*.
Smyrna
withdrawn. A
Norfolk,
Titesday, Thursday and
E. Cl SEW ALL,
Kanari ölenden t Delaware Rallrou
I II« riiilail«l|>tiia,W ilmiiiRKm and Bal
timor« Railroad.
REDUCTION OF FARE
COM.MLNC1NG
WEDHESDIY, A1*RIL 141b, 1869
Anl continuing until further uotiee.
The rules nf Faro between Wilmington and I'klladal
pbla by ACCOMMODATION TRAINS leaving Wilming
ton at 0.45 A. M , 8.10 A. M„ and l 30 I*. will be a*
follows.
From WilinlnRleu, Olaymont and inlermedl
H'atlonsto Philadelphia,single ticket...'40 CENT8
Round Trip Ticket.*U CENTS
From Linwood aud Thurlow
phis, single ticket.
Round Trip Ticket.30 CENT»
Phlladal
. «O 0ENT8
CM' I
..'40 CENTS
Lazaretto
From Cheater
plil.t, single 1 ,C * Yrïp *T iê'k«l '45 CENTS
ONLY UPON THE DAY
«-TICKETS ARE
I3.1UKD,
designated upon the
iteluru only upon anch
11 . F. KENNEY,
Superintendent.
THIN
A *"'" 1
STEAMER
JOHN SYLVESTER
nil.I. RE WITIIDRtWS
From iliu Opposition l lue between
WILMINGTON & THILADELPHIA.
THE STEAMER
ELIZA HANCOX
!
ILL TAKE HKlt PLACE,
MONDAY, August tötb, at 7
l. arSoa Wilmtngt
And i«»T«i libil idelpbls at 10, A M., and 4, P. M , mak
ing her trips on Moudtys, Thur*daya and Saturdays.
While Ibe Mavliet Mreet Bridge is bolng re-built, ahe
f Messrs. I'ueoy, Jonw 4» Co., foot
FARES:
your
. 30 cents.
Round Trip.
tiu*le Tfrtrel* .
ParticnUr atteulten will be given to
LIUilT FREIGHT,
aa low rate* as by any other
Which will he carried
A. POST
Bupf.
On and after THURSDAY,
July 1st,'
ran STEAMER ARIEL,
a yOLLOWS :
WILL
l eave 1'l.ila.lcliil.ia, ( I.« stunt Street
H'liarf, at * 30 A. IU.
I.eavr IVilraiagtoB, king »Irret W harf,
at it, 3» P. .11.
20 Cents
FARE
sthaykD
*nt scriber, r.ear fharpleye
.»'light
high,
11 A \ K
11
-
cb*-i
0"ff
YVilmiiigioi
11 k °\ à '
^KACJS ; ,,,«sr-l
' " ° BA MU wT O A N B Y ! Jr.*' 1
tÄbTEM NÂTUR
,a Ilelmbold'« Highly
aiaUtan t^ol
Btreef
.o l trt
lbe « r ' a,en Aiaa—I
te
UltlMi MONTHS
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