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3Uutvnv ountn i?ciuV4ican ! THE THIRD TERM. SAVANNAH, M:SS()KI. CUIUIEXT NEWS. WASIIirVGTOIV. The Po-tniastcr-General has rendered a decision that u ' regular subscriber" to :i paper, within the niennin of the Postal law. need not be a subscriber for three Twentieth Duehess of Airdrie, to Mr. Fox, of ln"-hn..l. :it s-.,0.0.00 for the two. T1..7 M..n.,,l.U (.tt Kv,.i.;.nrc cotton ! President riuit Kul ly KxprosScs crop lvroit for M iv makes the following ex- - . . . . . - 11 1 I . ... It. mil. Mil ly.v . , -u.l 1 1 -it II hiliit: Cotton planting is all completed s ue I (.Riiit has thj foljowj11!f h.tlt.. rcplan!in:r: the aeiea is -J ,-S per cent. Is . Cll.m,ral Harry White, President of the tnan last year; tiie.-ianus are generally gotm ; the weather ha been much more, favorable than last year, although the cold lias been unfavorable; in Jabor there has been a de cided improvement; general condition of crop fair as compared with last year; no commercial fertilizers used. A Legend of St. Louis. The Federal and ex-Confederate soldiers mined in deeoratiKir the "rave- of their fallen month!, or a longer period, as has been here- j l.oinnuk at X:ihvi.le on the 2sth. tofore held by the Department. , El.c!t.son hsis i,mi elected Episcopal P.ishop of Town A semi-authoritative, announcement is j made in Washington, as coining from a i friend of Senator Morton, that the latter j will permit his friends to bring his name be- j fore the Xationa lb-publican Convention as i a candidate for the Presidency. j Hon. Montgomery IMair has come out in j defence of his brother. General Frank P. j Plair, against the aspersions, as he conceive- : them to be, contained in the 'Memoir.-'' of! General Sherman. ! President Grant has written a letter to j (Jen. Harry White, Presi.hnt of the late j Penn lw:nia Hepublican St;.te Convention. 1 in which he give- at some length his views in reference to a third term. He says: "I ain not. nor have I ever been, a candidate for re- j nomination. 1 would not accept a nomina- 1 tioii if it was tendered, unless it should come ' under sii h circumstances a- to make it an imperatheduiy circumstances not likely to forty block-- of buildings, valued at half a million dollars, were destroyed bv lire at Spiingtield. Mass., on the 30di ult. Moiislgi.or Koncetti, Ablegate of the Pope, together with several oilier d;gnitaries of the i Catholic (. hurch, called upon the President , on the 27th. Monsigoor Poncetti made a brief addnss to the President, stating that; the Holy Father had instructed him not to ; fail to cail upon the President before leaving theUni-ed States. The President responded j in a brief and courteous manner. The party j also cailed on the Secretary of Stale and j other members ol the Cabinet. They were! everywhere received with the greatest atten tion. Thomas Simon?, of New York, has been j appoin ed Assistant Attorney-Genera of the United States-, vice .John Goforth. ! His i Not far from where now slant!- the old i icws on iins MiDjict. : medical college, in Gratiot Street, was Washington, I). C,May "0. President 1 once a curious structure, a house halt stone rto and halt brick, with angular "abb s made re-' ot boards, and surrounded v.Mi a porch cent Pennsylvania ilepul-lican State Con- where wild vines and leave? made a f.tntas- ventiou KxKcrxiVK Mansion, Washington, May '2!ith, 1S7;". Du.vn Sin : A short time Milwcquent to the Presiilcntrd election of 1S72, the press, a portion of it hostile to the Republican party, and particularly so to the Administration, started the cry ot It was a prelen- Ilcnmrkable Surgical Case. At the meetinir of the Reiissdaer Coun ty Medical Society, in hi vesterdav atter noon, Dr. llubhel reported a ease which goes as far to show the progress being made in the healing art as any thing we have recently met with. Next to taking out the lungs and clcan-ing them stands us house in that lar-away time when I the operation of cutting into a person's i great city was bin a trading village, j chest and through the wound made vrash-'t-w rude huts, inhabited by ruder peo-! ing out the inside. Karlv in .January last ('nsarisiii and Third. term, calliiiir on me todeline my position on the lattersubjcet. j ot reliuemeiit and culture. believed it to be beneath the dignify of partisan lrom the lineage ol t he olhYo which I lmve been twice called nVd here tor safety, and in t upon to till to answer such a miestion be- and adventure of a fur trader's life, found mat coihciil which was ueiiieu nun ai heme. lli name was Jean Cathclineau tic interlacing screen. tious house the Aft pie, was all St. Louis could boast in 17o!) i a little twin daughter fit .James Kelly, of a the resort oi voyagers irom the lakecoun- , the lirm ot knowlson A h-llv, machinists, try, and the savage trappers from the I hail inllammation of one lung, and since west. Still the old house was the home I then has bten gradually lailinw. Dr. A religious n ubbel soon became convinced that an ot end( e, had accumulation of matter was takhi"- nlace lied here for safety, and in the excitement J in the affected side, which, unless re moved, would cause death. Accordingly than at first expected nianeiroin ine oar out. into mu uu, ;ium it j is absolutely asserted that the channel can not Jill nor can a new bar be form ed bevond the .1.1 one alter the ictties are completed, as the least depth at the bar was In feet, and from there the depth increased : oilit- rapaily, the Mvond hea e of the lead show-J ing :.0 leet. the next fid and in that ratio for a mile, when the decline of the bottom was not quite so rapid, but the water depth in-j oreascs lor three miles out in the gulf, ! I where the depth i ."7 fathoms. ."00 sound j ings were made in all. Capt. K I ileaseil with the prospect, and will immeili , ateh-commence ihe construction of depots ( at the pass lor men and supplies. He says ' I he will have 20 leot of water over the bar by J : the first of October next. ' ; The Sioux City Journal states th a the en- j tire outfit of th Pluck Hi! is Transportation : Company hail been seized and detrojetl at ! Gordon City, Neb., by the soldiers under j Captain Walker. Fourteen wagons were i burned. The members of the expedition were then started on foot, for Fort Randall. A dispatch lrom Fort Gibson. Indian Ter-! thn. ritory. 1st. -ays: Mil!i-m- of gra hoppers e-sayed their new wings on Sunday, risinir j like swarms of b.'( s. ;md started in a westerly 1 It is stated that the changii in the postal , direction. The air was tilled, Hko ;i cl-Mid law, effected by the Forty-third Congress for j o er the -uii, at 1 o'clock. The G rand Ver-1 the benetit of the express companies, has si;-j digris and Arkansas rivers were covered' rioiish dindnislnd the income of the Depart- I wish the dead hoppers that failed to h across : ment m.mi t hin!-il:is m iil inntter. rm.i the I at the start. , conscientious performance of 111V (lilt Postmaster-General will recommend a rcnral ' The Kik.h City Times of the 1st has a u J'"' hKl ol" "-:-v. nndersranding (thougli of the injurious amendments'. special disjiaich from Fort Scott, stating that The Secretarv of theTreasiirv h ed the Assistant Treasurer of State- at New l ork to sell hall a million do!- I busle-ls ol grasshoppers. i liey had exam-, ti,:ir ir i- oolv bnionn to have anniveiareil ined large numbers of them by dis-cction and ' and enjoyed.' elo-e inspection, and found that abo-.it nine 1 Now, for the third term. I do x.unined contained hot want it any more than I (Mil the a well-tlnvt loped ma-'ot. Tluse. thev f.-i 1 n. i wouui nor wrne or uiierawom $l,r.l,.-,i(t,-(m!sure. after a thoromrh examination; wiil , o ehange the will ol the peoi-ie in ex ,, eventually Mil and exterminate the entire ! 1'mg their el,. ,re. . he tiue-tion ot the number ot term1? $i,7i2,iiaf-iW j grasshopper tribe m that country m a vtry j n,joU(Hi1 lo imvoni. JCxccuiiw can only ' slinrt 1 line. ' T :.. .1 1 1 : S SII GTS (MM) I i ' Him: m no: i 111 iiit, iiiiji. in .1 jiiojio.-i Four children of S. M. Christian, of er- lore the sunject should be juesenfed oy I fiat lumcui, nurai was uciuen mm ;u anoui rnree weei;s ag.-.. witn an mstru- sailles, Ohio, were burned to death a few competent authority to make a nomina-j -it- 1- I ment termed the "aspimtor." a e.onsider- davs: ince bv the explosion of a can of coal tion, or by a bodv ot such dignity and an- " . v V V- ' wm' ,l"itmu) ul ) IS nsis "'moveii, out not oH wit vl cl'om of he A liy as not to "make a rely a'iair sub- lien., in the wdderne.-s he mamtamed hts nearly all. The nature of the cae being oil wit which om ol hem was UHK.nornvs , rnVn.ni In f.u.t 1 ,vc beiM1 ur. alh-iatice ami loved the house ot iiourboii , Ifore fully levealed. ;t was determined to to kindle .he kitchen lire. I pns d that so many sen-ible persons in with tha'. tiery fanatic zeal, which only a j make thorough work ; and in a day or Captain Fads h is completed his l'11'111'-j tht Republican party should permit their partisan of the Uoeage could conceive. two af:er Dr. llubhel, assisted bv Dr. nary surveys of the SmiUi Pass, and is now j ,.m.,uV to torce upon them ami theirparty ! '" to all who lied from per-ecuiion in , Wilson, ef Troy, and Dr. IIubbaYd oi convinced that the jetties can be constructed j j.vsUe wliieb cannot adil strength to the ; Fi'anee, hi-lioust! was an asylum, and hi.-( Lan-ingburg. matle a free, bold incision with less trouble and much more rapidly I party, no matter how met. I Jut a bodv ot , bean and baud were as open as day to the between the rib- into the cavPvofrheehcst. Soundings were the dignity and party authority ot a con- i wanueiingano ui-uesseu 01 in-, country- mm way i.etween lite Heart ai.-d tue spine, wntioif to make nonnnalions lor tin: i "" i-.-u .um me imuuu lik; vane on wh: ieu sine, ami evaeuaiMi anout a State ollieers of the second State in the j a spn-atl the tame ot his virtues anil his tpiart of matter. A double tube was then Union having considered this question. I j chariries. It won him the soubriquet f inserted into the opening and bv means of deem it not imp: oner that I should now i the "Good dean." and from the Mackinaw i a syringe litted to it. the whole i-avirv was speak. , to w Orleans, the trappers ami voyagers j washed out with a .ii-inlect.siit oh.tion of - . . . - II... T t 1 ! J' . 1 4 . a . .. .. . . .... . In the yrst iilaco. i never sought the loveo ami ntoitneu tue nee-tianer. , just ine teniDerature oi the mood. This tor a seconii. nor even a first, nom1- ; me nine o: which we write m lauiny con-1 cleaning process n .s lit" n repeated once nation. To the first L was- called from a I H-t.-d ot a single domestic, anil a young ; m a day or two, and as the n-uH of it the life position one created bv Congress ex-I g'n'l. T- u ye a-s before he had suddenly ; litt'e ui5lrer who wa so ncir death's pres.sly lor me, lor supposed services p-n-1 appeared at the little trading-po-t accom-j door is sitting up. tats wt-H anil phvys dered'to the remiblie. The jmsition va- ! pauietl by the old woman and a child live j som" and the opening will -oon b" allow eateil I liketl. It inns: bav' been mo-M year- old. Ken then be did not claim her I ed to heal. Only four easv have been : ...rce.ible to me to have consented to mv ! ns hii daughter, but tn- itet! iier with a ten- reported in this' country in which this ;; , .0.l",u. j retirement, with the rank and a portion .if , derne.-s ami care and lavish luxury, j method of operating was adopte.l. bnSit i; .ads is highly tu t.,oiu.5U.nts which I so much needed. ! wholly inconsistent with one in Iih condi-: aiprov d by the highest medical authority to a home where th ba nice of mv Hn 01 inc. rne wa-- ciati in ine riciiesi anil WMl! uiiiloubtedly be rusoried to more davs might be spent in peace ami the ; apparel, and tne old woman ami the lree enjovmeiit of domestic quiet, retired from j trader spoke to ant! treated Inr Avith rev c.tres which have oppressed me so con- ' crence. Jler etlucation was attended to st.-mrlv for foiiiieen vears. P,ut l was ! with unremitting care. The JMeiich posts made to b.dieve that the nuhlio good called ! were ransacked tor teachers of languages, on me to make, the saciilice. Without and a .Jtsuit priest, learned and pious, sn icking the otlice for the second term, the j pcrintentiet! with unceasing vigilance her nomination was tendered me bv an unani- j instruction. moiK vote of the th-legates of all the States Such a course of lite naturally excited ami Territories, selected bv the Republi- i curiosity and inspired ine roue tenasts ol cans ol e eh to represent their whole mini- j me. ! ber for the purpose of making a nomina- tore. i eno'iol s.iv lli:il I was nt.l ldi:i-fd t Cloll at tins ami at the overwhelming indorse-, ment which this action received at the election following, but if must he remem-1 hcivd that all the sacrilices except that of j comfort, had been made m accepting the lirsi term. Then, too. such a lire of per sonal abuse and slander had been kept up tor four years, notwithstanding the frequently, as it becomes more generally known, as a means of saving life. Troy (A. '.) Times. A California Idyl. A day or two ago a woman called at a meat market in the southern portion ol the city, ami expressed a. v.i-h to be -tip-plied with two bits' worth of mittton- the wild frontier with romantic conjee-; chops. There were a number lying at I admit, in the light ot subsequent event- home thought her a princess; thi ol' some noble house Urought for satctv to the wilderness. Some s.iid sin- was one of the ictinis of the repeal of the K.lict of Nantes, which near the elo-e of the reign ol Louis NV. hat! thrown loose the reigns of perst cation, and caused ma ny a noble Vemlcan family to expiate With their lives their iovaltv to conscience hand, ready cut, and the uutclier was about to weigh out the desired quantity, when his customer remarked that she be lieved, on second thought, she would rather have steak. The proprietor of the establishment Parted for the meat-sate for a piece of he f from which to etn thesteak and while his back was turnnl, his cus tomer caught up three or lourot the chops and religion. J5e that it may, tjic voting and concealed them in the bo-oin of her girl grew m beauty and grace, antl the j dress. hen the outeher returned, he j vv no,,, con .-cou s.aui.g 1:,. n su U) t.r(tieIsm) that j Ull(. evening, toward tl lias ins.ruct- two well known tarnit-rs near that c.ty had UJ j,.,,,,., froin the j)(,lip!( ,vl() year 17J!, a boat, manned the United , eausiht in a sheet ami killed six or seven ! .,jonc, ,r0vern republic , wasa gratification j lms. ascended the river fro laithful Jtan watched her with increasing i care. toward the close of the bv many row- lar-gold each Thursday during June; total amount to be two million dollars. Following is the recapitulation of the pub- ' out of t very twelve so lie debt statement. June 1st: Si per font, bonds Five percent, bonds Total coin bomls thought the pile of. ut meat looked a little smaller than when he went away, but the theft would not have been di-covered if the woman had not taken it i'.ito her head from New Oilcans, I to smell the piece of beet fiom which the and landed at the old war. house, now oc-1 steak was to be cut. As sue stooped for- eupied by the splendid structures at the ward to do so. the .-mall end ot one of the toot of Olive Street. Quite a crowd had chops protruded IreJm the front of her Lawful money debt... Matured debt J.ciral-tenrler antes. .. Certiliealps of deposit, fractional currency. . . Coin certificates T,S It) oTT.l.'l ,7J2 5-, 4X3 ,000 i:?,l.-.,7;:i 1 The Dub-in 'oi:ki;:v Court of Common Picas, to : t amend in which Ill,!10,(00 I which the appeal in the case of theTipperary lion I shape j can participate, election was referred, has unanimously dp- Total without interest -lM,007,o!)3 j eitled that the late John Milchel was dUqmdi- Total debt $'2 210 lit) 133 ' n'u ,n:it -oord J"s entitled to his stat. Total interest ' :;.i's(n',3;n j Over 2.IHI0 live-Were lost by reeeiit carth- 1 Cash in treasury, coin S ( .t-h in treasury .currency - special deposits belli for redemp tion ol certificates of deposit ci 0-.1 mi 4,. "538,107 1 33,313,000 ! the onstiLttion, :t ail political parties fixing the length and number o! terms tor which any one pt-r.-on shall lie eligible for the oiliee of President. L'nii! such an am tidnicnt is adopted, the people eannol be resn i.let! in tiieir choice by resointion, further than tb.ey arc now restricted as to age, nativi , gathered at the liist news ot the coming I dress. The butcher caught sight of it. ! ot the ooat, and among t hem was .Jean J comprehended the situation at a glance, j Cathclineau. It was oou ascertained that and r ached for bis proju-rty. The woman j the barge was the conveyance oi a cavalier J ejaculated, ''How dare you. sir'r I'm a re- and his attendants. Some of them were j speetable married woman, sir ! Stop it!" old men some of iht-m were women j Put the dealer in meat had a death grip on j one of them a girl, scarcely beyond the I the chop, and finally gained possession of j age of Jean Cathelioeau"s ward. It seemed j it. remarking, "You can keep the rest: j n princely retiiim . traveling in state, and t von won't want any steak."' 'I he maddest ; the eyes ol the rude voyagers and trap- j woman in Sacramento might have been I ... ... ...!, Il'wlll 11-. til lt" 1 I t I I I . .1 1 1 1 '1 I ! 11 . ' IH - Ii v mi Willi ttwiiitti liini .--ill j( i."r, ! as they beheld what to them seemed an :i mo.r rova arr.-tv. " Does any one here know whereabouts Total in treasury $ 1 ia,;i31 ,70'.) Debt less rash in treasury $2.130, 110,!73 Decrease, during May l,Icit,430 Jlonds i-stied to Pacific l.'ailroad, interest payable in lawful money, principal outstanding ". . i;,.),n2.',,312 Interest accrued ami not vet paid.. 1 ,'il3,."S7 IiiU-rest paid bv I nited states 2,021,102 Jnterest repaid by tninsportation ofniailn (i,UG,')'.Vj Ilalance interest paid bv United States 20,117,303 quakes in Asia Minor. Caot. Paul r.oyton, in his life-saving -uit. j left Cane Cri-nez. France, on the morning I oi.nay, ami on me loiiowmg xiii.riuii in (l!ict5 wil! ,m,ve untortuiiatt.-. if not tli.s landcd near Hover. England, having aecoia- . astrous. plished the voage across the English Chan- ! The idea that any man could elect him nel in -1Z hours and lis minutes. : sell Pre-ident. or nominate himself, is pr - The Kin-' antl Oil-en of Sweden arrived in I posteroits. it is a lelleclion upon the ill is the residence of Jean Cathclineau. the trader?" a-k. tl the cavalier as he scanned tv, etc. it mav happen in the Itifure his- , carelessly tne group ot idlers, tnrvofthc co'untrv. that to change an; Theie was a stidtlen movement in the Executive btvatt-e he has bet n eight vears 1 erowti. as old .lean tottered and would -ecu walking up the street directly after ward, hugging a small shawl tightly about her shoulders. Sacramento H- cod. have laden, but lor the outstretched arms given him lor support. Ills face was pale, his frame trembling with emotion. Jlis eves wete fixed upon the stranger with a wild bewildered look that bespoke EAST. Gold closed in New York, on JuneTl,at 11c. ;t-s. One of the ino-t terrible disasters in the history of Massachusetts occurred on the evening of May 27. in the burning of the French Catholic Church, at South Holyoke. during evening service, involving the death of sixty-six men, women antl children. The exerci-ct had nearly closed art! a vesper service was being sung, when the draptri. s on the altar caught lire from a caudle, antl the wall being low and llanies streaming up, the bin ding was set on lire. The audience numbered-about svi n hundred. People in the hotly of the church escaped, but on the. stairway leading from the gallery human beings were packed in a dense ma-s struggling to reach thelloor; as the flames rushed towaul them many leaped to the floor bcneaih and were tramp led to death. The gallery skirted both sides of the buildinir with only an area from the front. The scene, was fe arful while it lasted, for the whole, w as over in twenty minutes. Besides six! -six dea 1, there are. enough, f;.-tall.-wounded to bring the total loss of life P.Li-lin .n the 2sh. on a visit to the Kmpcror. t-Higcniv and patiioiNm of the people to , mM. norror. ti,p ,vwa ',.m,n ra-otto v - tie - v? suppose such a thing possible. Any man; " by, what is thematter,mau areyott l i e Aouh O&mnu O uette s this u,-1 mj,.srov hi? ch.lI;(4 loi- the otlice, but frightened at a question?" spoke the cav il has a po h tieal signi.icance. antl sees n no n):m - ;m w it a lnamlestation ol Sw-tdeu-s support ot the nomination. ''Oh'.sir have you come lor her? 5 policy of the three Emperors. Information has been received at the De- J parlraeut of State of the passage of an act by j the Cortes of the Kingdom of Portugal, grant- j ing unconditional freedom to the lemaining j Portuguese slaves, known a "apprentices"' or " freo-hneii.'' i The ships Albert and Discovery, of the j Pritish Arctic H-p- dition, sailed from roil mouth on the "iilih ult. Thou-aml- of people w itne-scd their departure. There w is great cheering and much enthusiasm in-iinfe-ti tl. j The (ueen sunt a tele-rapldc. dispatch wish-; ' ing sueces-, to the expedition. j A number of impoitant husint-s failures 1 i h ive reeen.ly occurred in Kngland. anions j I . ..!.:. .1. tl... ! T ..... .. v. nil II ill t; lilt: I'laii- iiwii v. 'iiit;l llv . il j LMiitlon, which gave imphn ment 10 5,000! per-oiis, and ihe well known banking-house of Sanderson v. Co. An rnscientilic Kai. To recapitulate. I am not. nor have I ; gasped the oh l man. " 1 on surely wouid ever hten,a candidate for rcnomination. i not take her trom me now." i would not accept a nomination if it was ''Take whom trom you? The man must tendered, unless ir should come under ' be mad. such circumstances as to make ir an im perative duty, circumstances not likely to arise. i congratulate the convention over which you presided for the harmony which pi evaded, and for the excellent ticket put in the tield, and w hicb L hope may be triumphn'-tly elected. With great respect, vour obedient servant, Sflglifil " U. S. CillANT. To Cen. Harry Wbitc, President Pennsylvania Republican Mate Convention. A Victimized Young 3Ian. "No, no : I am Jean Catlulineaii I" Who! ou? impossible!" '" It is true, sir.' " And you have the custody of ? In a certain Henssah ar County, N. Y.T Sunday-school they oiler a chromo to ev ery scholar who shall experience religion and join the church before Aug. 1. THE MAHKLTS. mg in 1 ai is. mvite.i two demoi accompany him lo the theater. " Yes, jes,' cagerh exclaimed the old man. "This is no place to converse. Let us go to our iiou-e." interposed the cavalier. Silently .lean led the wav. ... ... . i i :. -.. l i Ul course tne crow ti wuiua iiau uc;u u j j. ijjj. fragments of this curious conversation j i imoi hv were curious with expectation. They ' Toiiacco knew intuitively that it reiattd to the youiiggiri whom old Jean guarded so jealously. They let their fancy run w.hl, and conjecture" followed last upon the heels ol sit cuiation. Hie was a princess : NEW YUl.'I Uhl'VES Native 'lVxans M(iS Dressed sjHKKI Clipped (Jtm ON Mi.Miing FLOt'i: Cuo.t to Choice W1IKAT No. 2 Chicago.... COIJN Wcstent Mixed OAT Western POKK Mt-ss ST. LOIJtsi. COTTtlN Middling UKKfc CATTLK Choice .... Good to Prime Cows and Heifer?.. Coin-fed Texaus... HOI'S) Good to Choice SHE15P Good to Cboic.... FLOU It Choice Comitrv XXX WHEAT 1'ed No. " No. i COKVSo. -2 Mixed O TS No- - II VI-: Prune .lune -. 1S7-". !..ti to 1 i.OD rime t f Fiame : some great huly ; but The e-srisf etiee of an es-enthd tlifb're'.iei between instinct ami re. son and the un- ! be unbounded. erring c. rtain'y of the former as c m pared j to the proce-sVs of the latter were till , lately taken lor granted. In the present ; day. li'iwever, a eonvicion seems to ! e daw ning on the minds of many that it is An amusing story is told of a young viiiencin gentleman who. while sojourn- ii.,. t lies to ., peelc He M" ! wlin or what she Was. ihev could only cured three seats, ami drove to the. hou-.c guess. Nor did they ever know. Long of his fair fiiends. hail hoping that one u.a!.; afterward long alter Je..n Cathc- was indispo-eM, so that his fe icily might ' Uneau had been gathered to his hither.- Kl-:!) Prime... Planters' I.uya. .Mediitm f-.eul HAY Prime Timothy . ... I.t'TTEK c luiiee Pack. Dairy Kt.(.s;iresb POKK standard .M..s I.AKD UVlintd W ol. 1 nb-was tied, choice Inn asiidl CombuiK P.KKVKS- j ne two wt re awaiung ; Was known that the voung girl who him. and their mother as we'd, who kindly i,ad been entru-ted to his caiv bv a ding invited hi r-elt to chap.-iou the party, and , niother when driven to e.Mremity, and ! intimated thai her I'atignters coiihl, under , w hen the iien.v ol religious persecution I no circumstances, go without her. There : orevatletl the huitl. was Anuie of Yalois. I was no help lor it. The four crowded in- , t, aHi.iturd bride of the lAttmhin of IIOGS- ujito sev. n y-iive. well not to stake too mu -h on the certain Tiie financial cmbarra-smeuts of the Erie ! operation of instinct of anv sort. An im Ibid way have result -d in the appointment by the court of a t ec iver, and 3Ir. H. J. Jew ett has been appoin ed as such. Abraham Jackson, the Boston defaulter, has been nrre-ted. The piincipal portion of the village of Great Pent!, Pa., was burned on the night of the -Jath ult. L-ss a out 100.000. Up to neon on the 28th the total number of deaths from die Holyoke disaster was seventy-one, and 'here were forty-nine libera more or less burned or osh-rwise injured. The total mun'icr of casualties by the blow ing up ot Doa's building, in Boston, is three dead, three sewiely injuied, and twenty-two slightly injured. WEST AM) SOUTH. Gov. Jacobs of "West Virginia has issued a proclamation, announcing that the capital ol the State has been removed trom Charlestown to Wheeling. Mr. A. J. Alexander, of Lexiugtou, Ky., has sold two of his valuable short-horns, the Twenty-fourth Duke of Airdrie and the oeius will nerhaos be civeii to this ten- ; eh ncy towards caution by the action of a J rat not indeed a set e'ler from the oppo ; ite i-imp, but a bona fide rat who has j docuned to follow the course as-ign. d Lo ' him by t o be-t zo-dogists. This i at was! dc-iim-d the olht r day as breakfast lor a j serpt nt in tin; Jardin'd. s P antes at Paris, and wa- wih this purpose introduced into the cage ot the reptile. !t was unque. , lioiiabiv the rat s uuty on being biotigl.t j tact- to 'face with the .-t rp;-nt, to have be- j come fascinated, ami to have obeyed the j instinct which is supposed to deliver 1 "siicli small deer" an unresisting prey to the de-troyer. Far from fulfilling the j duty traditionally incumbent upon him. I 1 1 ... . I.. - : .i - 4 i. .. .1 , 4" ' mi- u.ihhl; .niiinaioi new at tne uii -i. the si.ake and bit it so severely as to pro duce instant deafn. arid a loss to the gar dens of about 2 U0O francs' worth ot ser pent. This unexpected result ha, how-ev-r. had the good t lfect of determining the managers of the Jardin des Plantes to feed their reptiles upon dead animals only, the " fascination theory" having proved an utter failure. A Mine of Liquid Sulphur. tt- tne cainage. No lourth s at could be , Fiance .Si!. Lotus Times (d)tamed adjacent b-i ihe lhi'. e already se-; cure.!, or t-en on tin s.iine tier, and dur- j ing three long acts the fhree ladies sat in ' a box, while our i oiuig American gazed at them with I- flings unutteiable from his j eat in the paiquette. The drama over.; only cabs, with iot.ni tor two. eoulti be . obtainitl !o onvi-y tiie l.n'ty homi:. . il re, then, was adi'emma which young . lady should he seieet as bis cab com paiiion? They wi re both charming, ami the matter was illieult to ileci.le. The old lady settled it, l.oweer, to her sati--fii'iion, if to the annoyance of our now mi-erable counlrv man." ' Ilorten.-e and Sophie, vou go in this cab. loiisieurand Extra, Fair to Good Native Mockers. .. N'at.ve Cows 'I fBS C'lV.B Corn led 'lexant. . I'.ntcliers Yorkers Stoc.kers sIIF.KP Good to Kxtre ClflUAwo. UKKV KS Cuiniimn to Choi,i; I(H;s(ioe.i to t.luiiei! SIll-.KP Shorn Ff.OlJK IioiceWmtt-r lixirr. ( ii,iii-..-s.iiriii!r I-.xtra A mine Ol inpiiil suipnur i.- now oeoig whkat sj.nng No. z woikt d near Palermo. Sied that "s the , "...No:" COIIN NO. Jiixutt ) T"- No. 2 i:YK No sulphur i-being removed a- it runs no .. the iis-tiies in the rock, at the rate ol si. me i forty or fifty ton-, a day. The .-ulplutr : pro'eeos fiom a mine in the interior ofj the niouutau1. which intt rior is in a im-l j ten state. The laborers, it appears, are , often otdiged to stop up tne li-sures from which the molten sulphur runs, so coliN' New. as to give it time to cool siitlicieiitiy to be i;"vrVriKY No." '2. removed, after which the fissures ate j (7tto'n Middhiig ." IIAKLKY Nu.S POKK M.-sh ... hAKI), per cwt. FI.OUK Family. Vr'IlKAT Ked. CINCINNATI again unstopped. It seems that, on a iv- I will lollow ou in ihe m-xt.'' 1 he w-nt occ.sioii. on unstopping one of these young gentleman now thinks that French j hs-nres. no sulphur wa- found, and the " . r- ... :.i.. t... I, .,( tl... .,.,...! ... ocial cu-toms aie baibanous. ettteieo me ni.Mt "- "" iwuui t reopen the noie oy masting, uiey suc ceeded in re establishing a communication with the interior, but the pressure nad De come so strong during the obstruction that the expr-nsion of the gas produced a terrible explosion, involving a serious loss ot iife. --- Michigan has abolished countj and restored town school superintendents. Ivoya-!nmasamora. King of the Can nibal .-'lands, died in P.iris the other day. bince he was turned out of his Polynesian home some years ago he bad gradually become civilized by ihe process of exhibit ing himself. Whether he had wholly conquered his peculiar tastes as to eating is not recorded. POKK New ?tle3.s LARD Prime s)iiani. ..... .- .M KM I'll IS COTTON Middling FI.OUK Family CORN Mixt.il OATS Yellow HAY Choice NKW FI.OUK Choice CORN White OAlfe HAY Prime POKK Mess BACON SUGAR Fair to Prime. COTTON How Midi'.lini ORLKAN'6. 7.00 s: 71 i'O.lO '2i. -sr. 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