MEN OF NOTE
(FROM OUR .PARIS OOaRESPONIJENTj BEVTH OF'M. KICHSND M, R ohia *, <?x Governor-Ganenl of Ta o Orilno!, died on era on the 31«t of May between S ngapora and Oolombo, od boarP tbe Oalodonion, of an attack of ' cholera. Tbe body was thrown ovorbra d on tbe day of h!a death. M. Flch<nid. wa3 Governor of Tat q<vn from M»y 1883, till a few weeks ago, and was on'y 43 years cf »ore Ho yna formarly G.v.^rnor of Pnndichery an^ f b lolon. Ho apparently died of cholera A now tntfttmntit < f th's disease Is »bou to b 3 trlel by Dr Lv^pirha?, a Pco'e.oo: *t L^uranne, and a German by b^rih. TheEVpnc 1 ' tjovernooen' has o 'tntnißMo ed l >'rn to procopd *n T«i q-iin to teat the flia cy of * "a'ol" as a doa'r yec of the chola'a tniorobo. PBATJT Off THE MAF^UIS DR QRAMMONT. The death is announce! of the Msrqu's of Gramme nt:, a raomVr of tha 1 s;emblj io 184S, and afterw^rda a D pu' r y nndeT the third Encp'ro. He wai 84 years of Rge. Hi w»i tbe man who raised the Jnles G e*vy, Prealdent of ( ha Pepublfo, i^ dp|jate tbit loci to tbe resignation of M, DEATH OF MAJOR RAGLIT The death is mm unoed of Mvpr Rsßnif, Vioar ApoatoHc of Manchum, Tfie deceased prolate waa born m Poitiera 'n 1847 and went ontns a missionary <;o Manchuria io 18^ 2. In fl|%rch lnet year he was appointed titu'ar Bishop of Traganrpolls aud Vicar General of Manchuria. In September la^t he was co'Jßrcrated m Pekin and on returning to }ib bishopric found *ln oiuntry ravaged by bq inundation. He imra-diately set abou*; organising a relief oni travelled throughout hTg vast dioBo*?80 vißttiner and comforting the native Oh'-i^tiin ccmuipnltie3. At last be arrived m the extreme north at * plaie oal'e^ ia ths te'eg-am Pa?»aß Sour'ou, where he had formerly been a simple pr'e3t, and here ho was teken ill •tnd diel, mist probably from the effoot of th? hardships and privations of his j mrney. llOLtpwAY's Ointment and Pills.— T ravellers snrl Emigrants. — Those who cross, fjfe seas chm-p the c'l'ma^d hut they do not rlpngc 'he cons itutlqn. Ths altererl coq-diiio-'.S of Jif% the exigencies <f Ir.ivcl and other cuises render the traveller and emigrant pecu iarly liible to tl-'seases ad accident: sy'ien fay from etneispt medical aid. With these associa'ed rcmedips at hand they may be said to hive a physical always at their call, and they way be certain that situations will be constantly arising m which they will require a ready resoursc m lime of need. The directiors for use which accompany eaph box and pot of Hoiloway's Pills and Ointment are wrifeii m plain and simple languagg, nd are applicable ni all cases. Deaf.— A Pert? cured of Daafaesr and noise; m t'fl fa\' of 28year3'ata.almgby a Simple Ren ely, 111 lend a desqt lottoa of i^ frkb to any viti "t who appHaa (q NiQBCI'iQ
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