The remains of Oook St. John, of Walton, N. Y., were folio wed to the grave last Friday by five generations of deseendants. Although he was in his 104th year at the time of his death, his mind was remaïkably clear. He recalled the events of a century with the sanie ease with which men of middle lifo review thoir younger days. In the last hours of his life he seemed to be dweiling on the scènes of his youth and inanhood, and ecnversiug Avith ihosc who died fixty, seventy, eighty years ago. He had voted at every Presidential election since his majority. - .Atí:w York Tribune. EtroBMH bas suedaParis paper lat saying she is illegiliniato.