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THURSDAY, JUUf'Jny 17. -
COL. BUEL ASSASSINATE AT FOOT
he is siieT be wmi wirr
OX HIS AJUf. -- ,
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Col. David Bud, unbiauue officer at the,
Fort, xrasiJiotilisui bran assassin at Ftet
Ixvivcuwortli, at 10 o'clock Friday night. He
li.ul been lot-iiend the evening at Gen. Stur
glvsand was walking home with his wife on
Iiit, aim, and accompanied by Iris little boy, i
when lie was fired on bv an asosdn conceaJod,
in sonic bullies. Tlic IkiII entered tfic lower!
.- ..Til... :1. !...- iml nrtw fillf nf flio
bark- Ilrilicl .-ilmost instantly r'
The ticrpetratoT of the fiendish murder w
nut known. V
Col. Sue! w.i? one of the IteJ. and moti
jK)jmIar oflicci m the nntiy,5ttidlirrAeaHi.
will vui-? wirmir wherever he was known.i
If the murderer is
'lit it will hard
Tin: milroail is now comili-tul from To
nba to En ri:i and latJ.-nr train, will W
I 'lit on next week. l
- Tin:ni; were I, 758,767 liu-hi'lAjuf.graiit
pasicd through Ihiffalo, e.utvnrii ' hound,
during ilav and June. i - i I
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,. Tin: family of the late Charles Dickens
havcxJined Lord's oiler of 2,000 fcr tinj
A 'visitok at CajeJ5Iay.rcccjilryiii!'W'I
bi pillow in the morning, and afierwarch
iii a while found it laid trp ovurJiis'ear'ijke
. jiieceof hwl ieneil.
Tin: Me-jincr Zephyr, hidiTssuikoiraftii
day, :i iJiori distance Wow St. "Jo.,"liau4
lnurd 1,000 railroad tic In-longing to New-
iii in h I lavcns, for the .St. J
h & Denver
Onlv a f-w of.tlie tieuwerciv
Wi: were highly gratified yerfcnlay at TO-
cx-iving a wry large addhioti-tov'ur liof
mWribers in KnijMiria. Hie nipid incrcaTp
in the circulation of Tub Times i.s unprcce
lenteil in the history of any Iicavenworth
Tin: poijtle of Illinois arc afHicted with
iv t hs- than K-ventv life iiMirance conipa
ni-. Kvery oiIkt man yainKJel laltlic
State Li an agent, and cu-tomers have grown
so "Circe that agents have- comnienced insu
ring ich other. '
Tin: present Emperor of Fmnea forfeited
all hlyal good will of AiueiitwiH oh la;
endeavored to foment lbf relfllyin, and de
stroy the Union. On the other hand Ger
man capital f bowed its confidence inAperi-i-au
securities, and German sympathy "Ullil
our nmks with Teutonic soldiery. Genuaas
Umght our Ixmds, and Germans fought t4r
ns as enthu-ia-ticallv, as unselfishlr, th'dkl
ANill .-! DEVT.
A m! 4'itlzca DrB(4
We arc aillol iiin to chronicle a taiui
atvident which happcnctl a few days ago, ami
iultil in the death f Mr. 'Nicholas I'arisr,
n citircu of Kickapoo township, in this coun
ty, by drowning. u
On the dav of the calamity, Mr. ParuV
cameto tliccity withatwohorse team, loaded
with produce, and while here there was I a
von- hcavr fall of rain, which swelled the
water in alf the little streams to the level pf
their lunk.-. After the rain was over, Mr.
I'.irL-c started to bis home, near Pleasant
Kridgc. lcmemlering,4iio doubtf that a
little stn-tui which iton-ss the aiunty road
h'.iding from Ijesivcnwortli Ui Easton',near
Mr. Kicli.inl Vosers in &dt Crock Val
ley, would not lc fordablcat that pointy be
determiucd to cross higher up. Nothiag
was heard from him after leaving the tcky
until the next morning, when he was" dis
covered dead in the creek by a colored boy
who was hunting hog1;. The scene of the
dronuing was within ihreu-fourlh.s of a mile
from bis home.
It M-?m-that in crowing, the coupling of
tiie wagon bad given way while going up the
plo-:ite Innk, leaving fhehinfl Wheel
the Kil, to go back into the stream.
bor-cs siiixxNilcil in making their way up Uie
buik, and were found near by, with the ret
of the rigging, fast in thewoods. .Mr. PatiM;
was found with the IknI, his fool fast among
'ihorOoU of a tree
iironcr'" iinjuost was held and -a ver
dict given according to the alwve facts., JtLs
appuii-uuv was to frightful tbatliis family,
which is large, were not allowed to see hiau
We understand that the citizens along that
load h.te been trying for tlircc years lo ob
acixi-s the Mrciini in queien, but have Iwcu
un uccfcsful, Ivivus: a mcinlcrnof the latei
lo.ird of tVimly ConiniTssioncr was intcr-c.-tol
against the road. The cxjienses woald
baobi ii trilling, iiidevdj but jJwn ouc-aaan's
iii!ere.-t bad to 1-e cirol for at the expense," of
a whole fiimniuiiiiy. There is iion the
i-honMrrs .f ine .niea re.-Jpiinsillllir-Mthat is
not to ! envied.
. Vrin Thrrr imd M huh wm nirar
Tox.JASoxir, July 22, 1870.
To tie 1 Alitor fit Tlit Timrt:
Mr. 11 I. Davis, who has opened up a
dairy farm three miles eat and south of
town, in sinking his well last week, struck a
win of coal, which, on digging through it,
was found to be three feet and a half thick.
Vt lea-t three feet of it is solid bituminous
ul, and of fine iiuality for fud.' Beneath
this -trata is a mixture of clay, latc and an
thracite. The well wa dug two or three fcet
in this mixture, throwing out large pieces of
pure anthracite. The drill was then siink
four feet, ami In die last Soot a vciiv.ofj.abont
four indies was jcnetratel As the well at
this depth, forty feet, funiidicdauabundanc
of water, and was just in the 'plate rhcre-
Mr. Davis wanted it, he did not andertake
to go any deeper. I ti proposes to open's
drift into the side of the hill a few hundred
feet from the well, beneath the level of the
coal. When the drift is made the extent of
ihc mine can be more easily determined.
Cutler, Esrj., is on the same ridge join
ing lavis on the north.
Mr. Davis lias a fine dairy, and has made
the first quality of butter, which is eagerly
sought for by those who are judges of, the
article, both in Leavenworth and Lawrence.
He is now making capital cheese, of which
we can testify. ,
On the beautiful, rich prairie, less than a
mile from Mr. Davi-', our recent County
Treasurer, E. McCrilliK, is building and
opening up a form of four hundred ncresj on
which already he has some fine stock. North
aliout two or three: jnjUtsi partially on the
Stranger bottom and Ac -wHinf Tprairie, the
Kcv. Mr. Green has a fine farm, which keis
ornamenting and putting under good tjJhgc
These fine lauds, which two or three years ago
were without civilircl inhabitants, an iiuwl.the faireat county in the State, and why not
lieing brought under the plow, and are'yieJd-1
iug a rich harvest to the husbandman. In a.
few years this whole section, for miles arauad
here, will be a garden of beauty. ,' -
Tin: average wages paid for farm labor: a
New England in 18C9 ras $1.65 per' day
with board; Middle States, $1.29;, Western
Stales, $1.56; Southern States, 88 -cents;
l'adfic States, $2.18. (gold); Territories,
$2.65 (gold). Without board, NewEnghnd,
S1.94; Middle, $1.63; WetfcnvS 8.06;
Southcrn, $1.25; Pacific, $i( (gold)"j JTer-1
ritorjes, $3.42 fgold).
STATE I9Pf ffiKIf j99FEXTI0-
mlll .Mayttd YcMeixliiy.
Labor Union met
mittcd the followin,
rqrt, which was
Your Committee on AVayn and Means have
had under consideration the financial needs
and the means by which the demand can be.
satisfied, and would reiectfnlly btjr leave to
recommend the adouoii ot the following
regulations:. .A -
Eaolccd. That the members of each Union
be earnest called upon "to make effort in
organizing social Unions 'in' all place: where
the number of member nwliinal-Lr the cuu.'
suuMioncaJi oc,scureaaiiatheifcus received
ljm charters be expended inr yireading the
principles of our organization flirotigh the
prew of llic Wale. - " -
- Rexdmf; That inasmuch a the efforts vc
arc making for the pnxxratiou of the pub
lic lands, and their appropriation tobonafidc
hett!crs, arc 'mainly in the interest of the
landless laborer 4rf'thrE-istern estate, there
fore we would urge upon tlio labor unions of
the manufacturing ilistrirtii,to aid in the con
test with their pre, their voices ami their
JfcxorW, Tliat each local Union l reaim
mended to appropriate from their funds an
amount equal to one dollar for each member,
to be expended under the immediate direc
tion and sujiervision of such 'Union, in the
placing before tlie people the iwo' pending
in the approaching jxjlilk-nl contc-t.
Jiaotrtit, IlLit the mm of five tliou-ainl
dollars Ijc, and the ranie is hereby, appro
priated, to be expended under the'dirtvtion
of the Executive Committee in the approach-
mrcieaioii, in Micli luanner :w will twiire
such manner :w will twure
t MI tic
follows, which were adopted :
Jionjlrnl, That the revenue laws of the
United States should be altered so that in
Ktcad of subomatiug labor to capital thcr
may afford jiwj jirotection to.laUir and the
industrial Interest of the whole country.
Bttrilrtti; That wc 'are mnltcrabir o'p
jiod tothcimoralion of aaervifer race, lor
the sole and only t lurpo-c, of uuuiicriug with
the lalior of the, Ameriranwwurkipgmcnr ,
J2c&Jrrfl, Tliat "we demand the aholidt
theift of tms'wrtcm of contract laljorin'our
priwnr mvl ienitentiarkH; and that tlio la
bor perforiued by convids shall i be that to
which will least conflict with honest indus
try outside of the prison, and that the ware;
manufactured by the convict1! fliall not dm
jait upon the market at Ics than the current
liaolccd, 'Whoever and whenever tlie
working men of any section of our country
arc pressed for want of employment, th
hould bc'recommendcil and aited to move
out to the public domain, thcru to . liecome
actual scttlecf and cultivators of the soil,
by doing this in-lead of remaining
in over crowded lalwr center, swelling aial
and inlcnifying the competition among their
fellow laljorersyand finally descending into
the pauper or worjc, the criminal class. The
natural advantages deriyeable from industri
ously cultivating a fniitrid' soil wwild result
ltb in individual relief and advancement,
and the moral and social good of the whole,
ifeWr, That as labor is the source frotn
whence all national pra-iicritv flows its intel-
.ligent prosecution and direction is a matter
of nramount imiortance to the Itoveniment
mg the true industrial interests orthe country,
we a-k the creation of a separate department
of government to be known a the Dejartment
of Labor, with tower to collect and utilize
all the available statistics of every industrial
element in the country, promote the spread
of useful knowledge among the producing
cla&es generally and make such rccomenda
tions to CongrcsR fronv timetito time, as the
beU iutcreatd of labor and a more fair distri
bution of tlicproducts tliereof may demand.
fteolixd, Tliat wherever work Is scarce, or
there isMifficuIty between employer and em;
pldyeen," that we rccomend that laborers
should a8 far as joib!e, forut Co-operatite
Sodcties for the ,puriose"of carrying on dif
ferent branches of businer:, and when the
employer advances" a disposition to share "the
profits of "hiB bu-inewi with tho lalxirerou
a fair credit, he should enter into sudi part
licsolixd, That the public lands' of I lie
United States are 'the njcrty of the jcoplc,
to bc'dfeposed of for the' benefit of the peo
ple, -i That actual eeUkaucul els the only
proper and legitimate purpo.-c for which the
soil can be. used: that the people of the
United States, acting by'their constitutioieil
agents, 'the Congress, have by IheiB-vage'of.
the different pre-emption laws, beginning
aliiio-t at the very formation of our govern
ment, and finally ciuliodicd in the almo-t
lierfect act of Septcmlx;r -I, 1S11, and by the
.i-jige of the honir-tcad ac t of May 20, 1 82,
dedicating the whole public domain to settle
ment by the icople in tract- not to ctccrd
ItW acres to each claimant, at a price not to
k 4uM W)
Is with 1 exceed fel 2 ier acre. -
Tri)ljlfcraiSu wK5.ii onTKiawiciit to
" J rcnieinlier that next to the anti-slavery ip.-ue,
it was the promi-'"f that jurty, given to the
people, that the public land- should le held
sacred for settlement under the pre-emption
laws already in cxi-tence, and the honnMesid
law, which "pledged it-elf to enact, and whith
was in duo time passed by the votes of nearly
even Kepublkaii, assisted by at majority jf
the DemocraLi, that pLuxJ the JJepubliain
Ilczolrcd, Tliat wc remind Democrats tliat
at the National Omrention of their party,
held at .New York, June", 17S, the pluigt;
was givcu liy, tbt arty tluit the public land
shouTd be occupied by the lK-ojde under tlie
prc-cniption ana homc-tead lawC I
On motion it wn resolvcl, that the 11 or!:-
ViiyuioiV Jbrn, ptiblisholliy; Amos S.m
forfl, at Columbn?, Ka., Ii continncdas the
orgaK"of flie'Sfatc Ia1or Union.
The following resolutions, offered by
McLiughliii, were adopted:
llfftJml, That we hereby congratulate the
settlers on the O-age tni-t lands, and on the
Osage dimini-hed rcM-rvation, for the fait
that Congress has at la-l isscil an act open
ing the whole of tho-c tracts to actual -cttlc-
,& 5o pet hen-, y 1 1$ p n -; .
- TtfTNml, That wc express mir grmincation
at the now assured success of the settlers on
the "Black Bob" land, in their efforts to
obtain titles to thdr kind-.
i.VVrrt, That as citizens of Kan-as we
denounce the stationing of U. S. tnxip- on
the Cherokee Neutral Lands for the last thir
teen months, as a violation of the Constitu
tion and the laws or the United State, ,an
outrage' 'on the people of that particular section,-an
insult to the people of the whole
lotion, jand an entering wedge of a threat
JJewtofti, Thaf this Convention entirely
sympathize with the settlers on the Chero
kee XautraL and all -other similar tracte, in
tlieir, strugglefor their r homes, and thafwc
pledge, ourselves to render them all possible
aid, social, moral and political.
1 ifewiivrf, Tliat the Tcprcwentauvesof tlii
Labor Union to the .National Labor Cons
cress be, and they are hereby instructed I lo
Aise their best endeavors fo secure tbcorgani-
.r . i.v- - r .
uiiiuii oi a gicai iaoor rviorni an.
Btrotvrd, That this Convention authorize
tlie issuing of circulars and hand-bills in
every county in the State, urging upon the
workingmen to organise local Unions and
make applications for charters.
On motion it was resolved by the State
Labor Union to return thanks to the papers
of the State that liavc publi-hed the call
fiir4his,.couvcutionas well as Jh
WseUtucMadthc jBsnrcs;bf At
Convention - adjourned
The Johnson County Agricultural nud
Mechanical association will hold their annual
fair October 4th, 5th and Gth, immediately
after the State Fair, at Fort Scott, Exhibi
tors at the State Fair,. have made arraage
neiits to stop afOlatne and exhibit their
stock. The" eitufcns of Johnson county
should make every exertion to make this the
greatest fair ever.bcld in tlie State. Now is
the time to commence jircparing, whatever
each one may Tiarc to exhibit Let crery
tinner brine sometbtne :k that" osr fair
xronnaV may befilfcd.N Johnson ouar- is
have the greatest fairs? Let every one turn
out and do their best. Ofalhe JTrror. J
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:Tn silk ptodnct of the United-States in
W40 sa 60,000 nouada, worth $250,000; in
1844,-400,e0poaad, worth $1,500,000; in
18W kiwas oady 14,763 poinuV In 1869
the prednct'of five States, iodudtag Penasyl-
laovaajSOOOjOPP .TJux, business has.
tcadiiv since iuifornia isUevot-
ing great energy to k, and its eggs are highly
valuad.. Of $214.9W.OK rail, silk produced
Wiualfy, AIbb crawil!i$lil,000,000;
EiJffir&imfiW; Africa, $220,000; I
Occaoica, $120,000; and Aioarica, $SO,000. 1
i K ! ft
Iroin the CUoko Staadard.
If always peemsgowa to get back to Lcavcn
wortli. Go wlnn yoafgiUj Ito.aLeavcn worth
man, this place w paradise. Leavenworth
is a grand town, and May well stir the pride
of every Kanran. The Baptjrt cause at
Leavenworth is all right A larce lbrce is
at work upon the beautiful edifice. The eon-
tract calls for entire completion br October
1. i here is to be a forfeit of tea dollars per!
day after that date, so that we can reawtatbly
expect the edifice to be finished near that,
time." , "
, Leavenworth, having settled the bridge
matter, cxticcts now to have the C. and S.
WluiS. IS. as a through line to the East.
This gives Leavenworth about thirty miles
earcx cut to Chicairo than via Onincr.
lxaven worth has another item of good for-
.. .1... If 1 C't
iiuiv ui.u is exvecuiuEiv encouranmr. one1
has nyw the best coal west of the Miwwippi
rircr. A shaft 7 bv 12 feet has been sunk!
710 feet, and struck a vein of coal 26 inches:
liuck, resting upon a strata of firc.clay. This
coal is free from sulphur, and is splendid for
all kinds of manufacturing purposes. Fuel
Ls now dicap, manufacturing interests arc en
couraged, and we hojie in a little time to sec
other large machine shops and iron foundries
e4ablishcd. This is now a grand point to
manufacture all kinds of iron work from
stoves to railroad stock.
The crowning glory of Leavenworth, how
ever, is her schools. She now offers as good
educational advantages as any dty in the
land. All Kansas boasts of Leavenworth
fechools. Her common schools arc eaual to
ny in the land. They Iiavc a i perfect sys
tem o graded schools; a thorough written
examination every month in each of the ten
grades, ami scholars graduate from each
grade only after satisfactory examination.
Under the efficient Mierintcncy' of I'rof. J.
lVWilliauis, the schools arc as good as can
le found anywhere. The I'rofr-v-or Ii:ls
already made his mark. He is a tower of
strength in thccdiicitional forccof our young
Slate. The Legislature, last .winter, "etal
limbed another normal school. Leavenworth
lias obtained it. And it will lie a full-grown
normal school. There is a great demand in
the State for cfficliut teacher?, and this school
is created tm moot tho demand, 'iljcavcnworth
has lutn earnest in thin matter. The Morris
High School that co-t $60,000 'is riccupied
by tin- school. This school is uudcr the
control of twelve Directors, with Dr. J. L;
Wever a? their President. Dr. Wever
having liecii for a Ioiik time a niemlier of tlie
school loardan4t Itegeut of thci State Uni
versity, stands in the front rank of our edu
cational men. The Directors are now pro
curing an able cons of' teacher--. This
Normal School is established exclusively for
the education of teachers. It will have two
courses for the purpose of preparing teach
ers. First, for primary and commonschools.
Second, the advanced course for high schools.
Situated as this school Ls, at the headquar
ters of the graded schools of 'this State, of
coiir-c teachers have eculiar advantages to
study tlie-e schools, while they prepare for
their work. The directors have procured a
large and splendid boarding-house, where
hoard, washing, fuel ami lights are fumitthed
for S?4 tier week, and as tuition and text-
Ixxiksare free, we do not sec why this school
should not le crowded with students coming
from all parts of the State. With such priv
ileges ollercd, and with such men as Dr.'
ever and Prof. Williams connected with
it, it will meet fully the expectations of tlie
mo-t -anguine. The term begins Scptem
Leavenworth is favored again with educa
tional advantages. Mi-scs Clement and
Williams, two intelligent energetic and ac
complished ladies, arc now raising a' large
fund to endow a first class female seminary.
Leavenworth is moving in the right direc
tion. Common schools, normal schools, fe
male seminaries, preiiaratory cla.-s-ical schools
are springing up in the State, and when we
arc old enough and advanced enough,
and there is a sufficient demand to
make it, wc exited lo boast of a first-class I
University or college. Sonic do it now, but I
shall try in my boastings to tell the tnith, so
I will reserve lioa-ting on Kansas colleges
for the futnrc. Kan--as i- doing well enough
without these now, and has the lientof reasun
to be proud of her present grand attainments.
The Baptist cause at Emporia is looking
up. Bcv. Mr. Avcrill, formerly of Massa
chusetts, but who for the pa-: few months has
liecn supplying at Ottawa, has now acccplcil
the call of the church. Ho comes here un
der the apiHuntmcnt of the Home Mission
Society. The church have very desirable
lot, and have a meeting to-night lo deter
mine upon church building. In this town
of 2,"00 inhabitants, and with as strong 'a
man as Bro. Avcrill, wesec no reason why, by
the blessing of God, tnir cau-e may not move
right forward. W. S. i
Jdnircnwrth, July 12.
Tlie fhsuncpot mill iheJVwlIepttn.
Alxjut ibis lime, the Fit nch indulged in
-ome glorification !of their own new Chassc
jiot ritle, which is aliout the eipiivalent of 'a
Sliarpe's rifle. But this wa.- more the result
of a national egotism than of inijiartial cxficr
inicnt. The nroilc-guii K without question,
Ihc niii-t formidable infantry arm evercon
structeil, and the mo. t rapid lirer, and, unle-s
:simc valid olgcction rsin Iv brought sufficient
to outweigh these sterling merits, it is the
mo.-t doirablo nun for military ti.-c in
the w;rld. It is claimed that, by an inherent
superiority in its mode of igniting its
barge so a- to ensure its more perfect coin-bu-tion,
it attains about double the power of
any other arm, and will throw iti ball from
four and half to live miles, which ueqiul to
the longer! cannon range.
It is a breedi-loading, ..inglc-barrclliil,
non-revolving ritle. With a movement of an
.apparent trigger, a section of the fop of the
kirrel slides hack Tar enough to admit Hie
cartridge to Is? placed in the cavitv of the
barrel, which is done by the gunner, with
bis l.ft hand, without removing tie
iiecc fiom bin shoulder, or iicccrwarily, losing
lis aim. Another movement restores the
section of the top of the Kirrel to its place,
ami lirm'.y fa -tens it, ready at the in-tant for
tiring. It ran be lircd, theiefore, twelve
times in a minute, until the Iwrrcl i-' too hot
to admit of the introduction of the cartridge,
and thii is not ca-ily done, as the cartridge
ignito by friilion only, and not by mere
heat, and the lime il remains in the chandler
ls?fore K-ing tired is hut an in-iant.
Behind the cartridge, a it lies when, the
gun is loaded, is the air-chamber, about
two and a, Jul If, inches ill length, through
which the ncoUe darts forward horizontally
to pierce the charge. The cartridge vt !of
cour-i', made up with ihc ball in front;
then, without wadding, Ihc powder, and
then the perxiLioii siilistancc, into which
the needle strikes, by the force of a com
mon wire spring, when the trigger is
pulled. In all ordinary guns, the charge,
having no access to any air except that
found in the interstices of Ihc powder after
it is tightly rammed down, attains only an
imjicrfcct combu-tion, or burns in art
after it leaves the gun. The quantity of
moke is a measure of the imperfectness
of the combustion, as only that portion of
the carbon goes off in smoke which is not
perfectly exploded into its constituent gases,
which are invisible. Chicago Tribune.
The only well advanced Prussian fortress
for the defence of the Rhine at the frontier,
is Saaklouis a small and antiquated work
on the Laar,thc chief tributary of the Moselle.
This is entirely inadequate to the demand
for an advanced post to hold the enemy in
check while the army is mobilized and
brought forward, or for a base of operations
again-t Mctz, Thionville; Verdun, and Paris.
Very important and practicable roads lead
from here to Metz, Treves, ilayence, Man
heim, and Landau. The unfortified town of
Saarbriikboastsofa similar junction of ex
cellent macadamized roads leading to all of
these important military points. It is pro
posed to build several simile forts in the
most important passes of thw district, as e
learn from Lieut. 'Widdem, a German offi
cer, to whom we arc indebted lor many care
ful topographical ddineations, as well as,for
narrations of the Rhine campaigns between
1792 and 1S15. "Widdem believe the Rhine
should be defended as far forward a possible,
declaring the Germans unworthy to possess
it, if they would seek to defend it only stand-
fing ocninu iu lie iooks upon ine vaiiey oi
lhe!ITTe?rriWWanTry of Trevw,as the
Paris gate of Germany, and laments tliat
it is so carelessly left open. He advocates
the restoration of MontroyaL as a substitute
for Luxemburg. The former stronghold
was razed in obedience to the terms of the
peace of Kvswick. It lay on the rrrer, about
J 25 miles below Treves, in a position strong
oy rcuurc, ami coin warming um on it .mi
water and land communications along the
Moselfe, butaW the road over the Hiuids
riickto Binges. " t
The Spanish navy consists, in first class
vessels, of seven liraiclad frigates with 170
guns; eleven screw frigates, with 461 guns;
three' paddle sfcamcrs with' 48 gamu " Add
to these Tewek of second and third ckus,'and
official statistics exhibit .total of 'nearly
1,100 ris, 15,000iaih)rji, 8,000 nnrinep,
and 4,339 naenai'ignard. It may here be
added that the, numerical strength of the
Spanish ajmyinEurope is set down ascon-
posed of 200,000 men, but 150,000 would ao
doubt be nearer the mark.
FSOX ALL PliCrS OF TrfE WOULD.
Bkixtx, Jul- 20 The , RiechsJarK or
North German Parliament, Bid this rxm
The Grand Duke of Mecklenburg- Schwerin
was chosen President. - Vehement aheering
followed Count Von Bismarck's annoence
raentofthe declaration of war by France.
The King then opened withaxiicech which
was greeted with the wildest enthuaasni.
The telegram connection between France
and Germany has been destroyed by Ihe au
Viexsa, July 2a' The "cutting MTJ of
lurKey irutii teiegrapuic communicauon
with the rest of Europe; was done by order
ofjhc Sultan's government.
IRISHMEN IX FAVOR OF FRANCE.
Dublix, July 20. A great jiopuhr dem
onstration in ffvvor of FBUiccWaiiiuad in
this city last evening. More than 100,000
Icople, with 20 luiul- of mu-ic, were out on
jiaradc, and the French and Irish flags were
carried entwined. The jwlice charged the
proccGFion and capture! these Hags, but-tho
moo rallied and retook them, intense ex
citement prevailed. '
Colocxe, July 2. The French forces
(Kissed tlic frontier near Saarbrucken Lt
evening, anl sci7.ed a iii-tom hsi-e "on
A WOMAJf AT THE HoTIUM OF IT.
Berlin, July 2ft. It is s:iid here that the
failure of the Kmprcss Eugenie tomarry-her
niece, the Duchess of Alba, to Prince Leopold
Lthe real source of the present trouble be
tween France ami Pnwia Tlw fatlirr of
fhc Duchess in Madrid, drowned in 'debt,
ami generally dl.pL-eil. AH German.', in the
service of the French Government have lwn
ordered to return forthwith.
KINO- William's mebuil-
In the King's speech to the IVrliament
to-day, ho declared the resopiLsibllity of the
war will fall on the man who dpujgwl two
great people into devastating war, for tlie
purputo of furiliering his own er,-oiial in-ter-sts.
The King said that Prussia liad no
inferert m the selection of the Prince Hohen-
zollern to the Sfiaul-h throne, except tliat it
mignt itnng peace to friendly tieople. It had
nevertheless, furnished ihe'r.miicrarof the
French with a prctext'for a war unknown to
diplonucy, and scorning j-eaeeho had md
pome ven- harsh langnage to Germany which
cuuld only have bjcn promptcd by a
miscalculation of thdr strength. Germany
was powerful enough to rcyent such language
and rel Midi in-soleuue. lie said so in all
reverence, knowing that the event weighed
the rcsiHHuibilily on the man who drive into
war and havoc, two great and tramiuil na
tions, yearning for jieacc and their enjoy
ment of the common blessings, of Christian
civization and prosperity, for contests more
salutory than those of blond. The rulers of
France have shrewdly studied the proper
methods of- kitting liescia-itivr.pridc of tluit
great neighbor nation, and promote the sel
fish interests that havetniisgiiidod it. Thus,
coiidudcd the King, r.a our fathers be
fore us have done, kt us fight for liberty
and our rights again the wnnigs inflkted
by a foreign conqnerer. And as.be was with
our fathers, . so (iod will lie with us. in a
struggle without which Europe can never
enjoy lasting peace. ' t (
Ii.npon-, July 20. Tho official (ittzrUf
last evening published the proclamation of
the neutrality of Great Britain during the
war lietwcen France ami Prussia.
THE ELBE BLOCK ADEP. '
Bremen-, July 20. A French (sjuadron
is blockading the Elbe, and watching the
German ships at Hamburg.
FRANCE AND VKS JTARK. I
Copenhagen, July 20. It is rumored
that an alhance.1 on itheJ defensive has been
concluded between France and Denmark. A
French army corps is prejaring to occupy
the H?nin-ula ol Jutland, to attack Ihe Prus
sians through Schlcawig HoLsteiii.
;ERirANV HARMONIOUS. '
Bi:i:i.iN, July 20. 'Most jierfect harmony
cxi-ts in the governments of all the North
Gcmi.ui States. In the Saxon Cluuubcrs,
yesterday, Baron de Frii-sen madcabjieech,
saying that the deputies of France were anx
ious for war, and should havft 'it as .-harply
and !vcrcly as poib!e. His remarks, were
greeted enthusiastically. In the North. Ger
man Parliament, after the King's' speech had
been delivered,, a loan of twelve million
t balers was carried unanimously, amid the
wildc-t e.ircss:ons of enthusiasm by" all
THE WOKPS Of THE Utfl.AJLVTION.
Paris, July 20. In the, Corps Ieislatif
torday Dukc.Orauimvnt. annqum?edjyhnt war
had leen declared witli "Pniia andlier
allies in the following words;
Mi-s-ieurs: The cxjiose preenled to you
loth iii-t. made known the catu-c; we have
for war :;gain-t Pru ia, according ( the
rules :nd u-:ige of nations, and by order oj
the Emperor I havercijueslcd the Charge d'
All.iir at IVrlui to notify the. Cabinet of
Prussia of our resolution to seek witharni
the guanintccs wc could not obtain by dis
cussion. This has liecn dom, and I hate
the honor lo make known' to rh Corps Jm;-
Iditif that in consequence thereof a state of
war Mine the liMh, between France and
I'm via, exists. This decl.inition applies to
all alliis of Prnvia who give her armed a
Till: DECLARATION ,
'" Bi Rills', July 21 Bi.-marck'infornied the
North German Parliament yesterday that the.
declaration of war was the tint and' only
document officially received from France,
proving conclusively that a suipricv was in
ti nded " '
Tt is still lelieveil here that Au-tria will
luaintaiu a passive neutrality without arni
inc. ' Upon the arrival of the .-te.uihip Cam-..
bria at Havre, on baturday, on her regular
trip from Hamburg to New Yoik, 500 Ger
mans, who had paid their passage to Amer
ica, hearing of the dedawtii'ii of war, left
the ship and returned to PiuwandculL-ud
in her army.
-ji,e .n.nni. ..f ibcrucrjj irfjliun.i3.cly t
with sunken hulk-, lr iTc:iiL,the entrance
of "the French navy.
, , PREMIUM FOR FRI2CCH FI.AO.
I tSoJae ."cnthubiatic GertiaS. jiTu.lliiiois
have Mint a Kible teUgr.im to Count Bi-wtarck,
promi-ing to gi C$200 dollars to the captor
of the tirst French tlag.
- " "German rARLrAMESTT ""
The ote iu the North German Parlia
ment yesterday for the extraordinary credit
of$rio,000,o6o, w.is nuaniiuons on thelir-t
and .-pcond reading.
Pari, July 21. Madame ISaizn sang at
the Grand Opera Iat evening in the thinl ad
of Mas-aneillo. She sang the Marscillai?,
and the .-cene of excitement and ciithu-iasin
was .indescrilgble. The audience ro-c en
mawe antl'joiiied iiTrLa.sOiig, wkklLseniiin
aled amid deafening shouts of "Vive la
Constantinople, July 20 Tlie Levant
Herald of' to-day announces, tliat the first
class of the reserves has been called under
arms ; this with the regular forces will make
the Turkl-h army t!00,000 strong.
The policy of Turkey b absolute neutrali
ty. WAR COMMENCED.
Paris, July 21 The.Duke de Grauunout
has offidally notified the Chamber of State
that the war with Prussia commenced tho
A rumor is afloat here of an attack beuig
made by the French on the Prussian fleet at
Scheninger, and the French army were ad
vancing into Prussian territory.
ITALIAN SOVEREIGNTY VOLUNTEER?.
It Is also said that France gives Italy
sovereignty over Kome.
One thousand five hundred liackrricn and
one hundred omnibus conductors Iiave joined
the army. ALo three hundred Americans
The LegWatif Chamber will adjourn its
session during the week.
THE CLOVEN FOOT.
PAEIS, 21 One journal" of this city to
day accepts war between France and Prussia
as God's intervention locnecK iToiestamism.
Paris. July 21 AspreTioaslr announced
in a brief despatch, the dogma of infallibility;
of the Pope was proclaimed ol Komc on
Monday la.-t. Its promulgation was attended
with the most fmposinjr religious ceremonies,
and was received with great rejoidng. A
public session of the Council commenced si
9 o'clock in the morning with the celebration
of mass. The holy Father arrived at the
condusion of mass, when -prayers were of
fered invoking the aid of the Holy Spirit.
The Fathers were then called upon for votes
on thecntire scheme of primacy and infalli
bility, and it wa adopted by tnengwreabei
fore" reported, 538 to 2. In this rote all
i -.- - -- Tim T..
then appeared and promulgated the new af-1
.?. - .7. lil i 1 1 iwiii tin rfnil liti -
iegllUHK.Upiaai T.Wl.u. . .vyc
HCie OI JaiUI, ai u vtiuuuiMvi mv0ms wim
TpTVum. Tn which all the members of' the
Council and spectators joined with entbrisU
asm and devotion. 'H' '
Madrid, July 21 The Spanish pr gen
erally ndicules the prociamauon
dogma of infallibility.
-' . ' J 1
8TSPENSION OF 8TEAX SERVICE.
.. The. North GemanTJovaV ldiy a
nouncc the suspension of tneVstcam demce
BAVARlif tatfKE FIEIJ.
-'BERUiLJuhr Sa-The Kinr. of Proi-ia
recently noSfad the, Bavarian Goremnwnl,
that aecordnK to thetreaty.hetweca them, he
intended to r iniiniinil of the letter's
army embodying it in the third corps. Ba
varia inimedaaMy- KstiitW, forwarded his
confrratulntionrto-kheKfaig, and issned a
paf node exhortation to hia army.
' STTO.-LATWSB 'ABOUT ITALY.'
P.UU5, July 22-It is reported that ihi
Itilian Gwrcrrifnciit will mass 15,000 in ih;'
direction of the Swiss Lakes, and six dh is
ions on the river Po. and a Lirge number of
iroops win oe concentrafM'on Tuscany, be
tween Florence and Leghorn and Bologna.
The. FrtmmUe say that Itary has given
France the hest assurances. nr 'declared that
fwr 'gratitude would Hermln' her under
taii nrcranstanees toacrrre-smmort- of
y ,. -
Paris, July 22 It Is reported to-day
tlat SwitrlaiY(bai asked, permission t"
occupy Chablois, mopf of the' northern Prov
ince of Savoy, on lake Geneva, claiming
fhat bv the trrH- of Vienna it is her right
ko to no.1 'The Jionifew sars 'this movement
is nox cunnnncn. -
WHAT FRANCE CLAIMS.
Theyiirnfi 0RcPlIc uublbhes a riniil.ir
July dareoffo'TneYromlMic' agents
at foreiini caiiitals. The circular mentions
the explanation! nude oh the;15th;of July in
Chambers in regard to the rapid events of
a negotiation in which wc redoubled our ef
ibtts lo -preserve I parr. Tlie, secret designs
were deveIoed of an adversary rcsol veil t)
render it imiHHsihle, whether the Berlin Calj-iKtliW.fjudJJi'icev-arv
accomplishnient of their jirojects agaiu-t the
n-If-govemmeiit of the German States; or
hardly satisfied at having estaWihed in the
cintre of Europe' a military power formidable
to all its neighbors, they have wished to turn
to account the" power already acquired by
displacing definitely tn the 'advantage of
Pmssfa the international equilibrium.'" - The
prcmeditalcd intention vi'fue' us qiwrlers
which, were indrspcnsible fo oor sccurily'ns
Well as our honor, showed itself' br the
strongest evidence in(thdr- conduct of nc0o
tiatioris. ' Tlie cirenhr then mentions the
candidature of Prince Hohcnzollern, and
declares that Ihe Beiliti Cabinet honed
to place the" Prince 'on the throne if
Cluirles. the Fifth by surprise, believing Fan
rope would accept the auromplHied fact, and
that France in spite of her temporary dis
pleasure would hcitatc to oppose tlic ex
pressed will of the Sfanih people, who
were friendly to her The French govern
ment wits informed of tie danger from this
intrigue, and did not hesitate to denounce' it
to the representatives of the people ami for
eign powers. AH have; felt that Prussia w
alone in her mHCrtipukiis' policy, and thai,
knowing herself to lcwithont Mipport in
common rigliff she. has ncvertlielos sought
to impose upon Europe the further abuse of
so .dangerous an extensim of her influence.
France took ujrtlie cau'e of the halance'o'f
the powers knowiiig it t lie the cause of 'all
jopIc rneiniccd.Iike herself, by the dispro
portionate aggrandizement of one royal
house. In doing so slio has not placed
herself in opposition'to her own uiaxim.s'or.
policy'or tli(je-!of great iowers, and the dr-.
cular cites the tcs of Jtelgium, Greece
and :NapIes, iuhI the Kfusal of. tho great
rxiwers to allow anv of tkur'A'rinccs to mouat
those thronen. The circular then mentioiisi
the withdratval of Iloneuollcrn, the refu-al.
of rTussia to givequarteai and other aictUeuLs
which have followed, a4dding that France
ought to demand quartets, since Prussia hail
already given her word that the Prince of
tlohcnzollcrnshould.not mount the throne
of Spain, when. in. Maich, 1809, there had
licen a question of his caadhlature. At that
time the'FreKh .Minister at Berlin told the
King that no! Prussian couid'rdgn in Spain.
Count -Bismarck replied that France need not
concern herself in a contingency so
improbable, and Ilert Von Thil,
the Prussian Under Secretary of Foreign
Affairs,' gave his word of honor that lloheo
aol lent' was not, and could not be, a capiu
date. If assurances tkus solemn cannot bo
relied upon, diuloniauc intercourse nua-t
ci:i.-c in repudiating surh pledges. Pru-ia
diallenges France, wliunow only deninnds,
iu view of pieviow tcjgivcrsation, tliat the
loniier reiiunciatiqn of Ucr designs Ijciuadc
real and permanent. Thedrcular condudc
by declaring that history must assign to
Prussia 1lw rrifnr;l"';'y f"- a war whidi
she had nu weans oiavoMiug, and whilehhe
nm to ilepfore'itoiihe m rather r nought,
and add under what drevmstanccs' has she
done thK 'It is wlien Fnnec for four years
past has refrained with an almost exagger
ated scrupulousness from invoking again-t
her the 'treaties conduded under the
mediation ' of the ftnperor, but to
which she has tmdotbtedlv failed lo
give a voluntary support of ail the act4-tf
this government, which" las only thought of
mean i of fleeing herself xoni the obligation
of treaties even while sigiing them. Kurojic
Has lH?cn witue-s. lt Europe pronotiinv
iiiwii the. justice of the citise.
QUARTERS FOR TrE EMTEROR.
(Ju.irters are iireparhg for the Enqicnir
and rtafljit Strasixmrg.
IliUfilA' DElEXblVE LINE.
IahNdon, July 22 -Advices from the
scene- of war indicates that the l'ru-ti.um
will adopt a defensive line from Cvblcnz
along the Rhine. Bismaick and Gen. Moltke
are equally confident and are unreserved in
pi edict ion ; of t,uxev;.
Washington, July 19 Minister WjsJi
burn telegraphed to Secrd'uy Fieh to-d.iv,
that he. luul ju-t returned to Paris. The
Seen tary telegraphed him ?t the rcjuist f
the North (iennaii GovenuiUiiit to ierroit
our legation to extend to 'subjects of tlio
former, the hame degree of personal juutee
tioii in France a3 w:u extcdcl to French
siilyccts in Mexico by our ligation in that
republic. Setrttary Ffeh lus, not coutr.u-y
to report, tdegraphed to our various lega
tion lo observe. neutrality in tlie pending war
nor any instructions whatever.
NO PIRATICAL CRAFTS.
It is i-orai-otficially announced that France
and Prorwa will both respect the treaty of
ISOrfi, which forbid privateering. Tills put.
a quietus n the stories from New York th.it
privateers 'are fitting out. Our oftirials are
rather reticent, but there is reason to believe
that Mime of the European powers arc
making arrangements looking to the purchase
of war matcriaLs in this country. The Prus
sian Mini-tcr lias gone to New' York; he
said yesterday tliat he did not think there
would be any serious fighting for a week at
least. Despatched to foreign legations do
not contain anything additional to what is
A SHtMTontractereai IhcC. JUS. W.R.
K. ncraaipr witli ie.ooo Tttc
CniCACO, Jnly, 20. A telegram from
Washington, lows, says: Galirid Arm
strong, Snb-Cortractor on the C. &. S. W.
K. It., working near that place, decamped
Friday, with SlO.flOO, leaving 400 to 500
hands" unpaid ariddewt9:to the "amount of
$25,000. He was accompanied in hia flight
by his foreman, clerk ami all his under-con-tractors.
Tlic weather lias been fearfully hot in this
dty for eight or ten davs, the themomcter
averaging 93 m the shade, to-day it stood 96
at the 5 o'clock- r
Raleigh, July 20. News received here
this a. m. state that Graham, the county seat
of Alimance county, has been placed under
martial law by CoL Kirk: The Court Iloese
was sdzed-and the .whole town was strictly
guarded. A military law ha been organised
consisting mainly of Kirk and his officers k n
tryrithens now under arrest. Addhioiial
news has been received that Hob. J no. Keat,
lion., P. Hill and several other prominent
conservative dtizcas of Caswdl county, were
arrested at YaneyvHle yesterday by Kirk.
The Congressional candidates in thai dis
trict were speaking in the court house when
Kirk-surrounded it with soldiers and made
I - Atlanta. July 19 The majority of the
1 inMnuirv Ol .myesugauon ot.tiic uiargra
against General Bullock, have concluded to
report as fbDows: "Having gone thoroughly
through the, invesctigation of indirect and
direct charges against the Governor, your
committee feel it d7ie to his Excellency to
state that nothing has'becn devdopesl or cs
tabliihed which tend-f, in any manner to
impugn his" motives or his personal and
officM integrity, and wc'rnvhe rttention, to
the evidence to u.'tarn U3 in this opinion.
The minoritr believe that the Governor waa
StI'Pact, July lS--The Governor has
tendered the arqiomtmetrt of UaHed States
T I A Jtfl LM .Li w nail hp tfiA
Senator, to fill the vacancy- caused bv the
d6Uhi3fr.Korton,,jtoHou. Wm. win
doni. Who is an ex-member rfCongrefro
the First District.- He has accepted the ap-
1 nointment. The term wOl expire cm the 4th
of March next Mr. Windom' was fcnnerl w
ex-Senator 5orton fair 'partner. "'
fel rmmttk.ri k till t
Washington, Jul20. Prevost Paradol.
the new French Mini-tcr who arrived here
last wwk)fBJc'iCTt3r President
only on Safuruay, comhiTfTcifsiucldc at one
o'clock this morning by shooting himself
with aniatol.r 'Ilehad been very, busjp since
his arrival, and vestenby his mind seemed
to be wandering though he continued to give
JMudion to Bibawaa akriig thmfvening. ;,It
is presumed that he was laboring under a
temporary fit of insanity, cau-ed by fatigue
and by'thV intense heaY. " " "
, tWiUNwroN. i. July 20. The French
'Minister shot himself in his sleeping cham
ber,-in the front room of the second story;
and eucuaisjawtiia attending it. sImiw an act
premeilitatcj.7 The,, iumatejj ( of "the house
at that time were iiis"fibiisekcc'ers, and the
French serving man ami woman heard the
report of a pistol and rualiodintuJiUnxini,
when they found Paradol lying 'dead on the
lloor bleeding from left brea-t, the Iwll
having entered immediatdy over the heart.
Tbc weapon was a small sjugle barrel, brccdi
Io.iding DacLs pi.'toL ATe asivrtaincd that
he walked out ye-tcnTav and purchased a
irofpi?tolsof the same ctvle dcMrribcd.
The other pUul xva,i found upon hi
iHireau with i-.irtridge leside it. The
bixly waemhalnied and prepared for liirial,
Nit nothing farther can lc bme until the
arrival of M. Berthcny, late French Minis
ter who is in Xcw York, ami who was sum
moned by telegraph. The lody nndonht
will be taken lo France. M. Paradol had
prepared himself for led, but had evidently
reuiaiueil up in his diamber for some time
meditating nncide; he had nothing on but
his night shirt and slipiers and apparently
fortl facing the fire place and near the centre
r Ihe room; Ihc body was found lying on its
"ttw?c with one log drawn" up and the left
arm outstretched alwve his head. The
French Minister took jiowession of his house
on Friday last, and on Sunday evening he
sent his on awl daughter who nc
comjKiniiil him to this country, to
.NcwHrt"t It. I., and intendol to join
I hem in a few days ami spend ihc summer.
lie left a note, saying: "1 will kill myself.
M. Berthcny, come Jiek arid stay." The
members of the French Ix-gatiou wi-real-nt
from Washingtou, with the exception of M.
d'Janliu, the Chancellor. That gentleman
communicated the facts to the Secretary of
War, whu, after expressing surprise and pro
found regret, suggcatdl a coroner's inquest,
to which M. d'.lardin .isscntcd, and? o'clock
this evening was designated for that purjiosc.
The entire community i- shocked by the
Thr French Policy Report from the
.tcrlrttllnrnl Bnrran-3llsnrl linu
na Texas K. IU
Washington, July 21 Baron Gerolt this
evening received the following answer from
the French Government; ''Ihe French
tevernment refims to cxcnqit tin: North
German steamers from capture, except tlio-c
at hca' ignorant of war, which may enter
French ports. The Baron immediately tel
egraphed lock to the Consul tk-ner.il of
Germany, at New York.
The following is from the report of the
Department if Agriculture for July, just Is
sued: Tho condition of wheat Is above tic
average .in the following States: Maine,
spring, per cciit. ; N. II. 2; Va., wiuter,
l',S.L 10; Ala. 8; Train. I; West Va.Il;
Ky. 3; Kansas 2, Neb. 2; Oregon 3. All
favcrage crop is indicntci' in S. C
and Ark.- Tlie- following States fall
below an average: Vt. spring, 9 per cent.;
Mass. .'; N. Y. 12; N. J. winter, 20; Pa.
winter, 9; Dd. S5; Mil. 30; Miss. 2; Texas
13; Mo. 15; I1L 'winter, 5, spring 25; Ind.
winter, 5; Ohio winter, 9; Mich. 15; Wis.
winter, 15, spring 2(5; Minn. 15; Iowa 15;
Cal. 3. The great wheat growing districts
all show a reduction in their condition, ren
dering it certain tliat the crop of this year
will be materially less tlian thaf of ISO'.).
The average depreciation of 13 per cent, and
the diminution in breadth of aliout C icr
cent., would make the present estimate aliout
210,000,000 bu-hels, the decrea-e Wing at
least 48,000,000 bushels.
The increase in the breadth of corn is
greater than the decrease in wheat. It may
be placed at 5 percent., or about 1,770,100
acres. There appears to le a very slight in
crease in New England, aliout 2 jier cent, in
the Middle States, a decrea-c in the cotton
States cart of the Mississippi, and a still
larger increa-e in the heart of the West. It
is estimated at ten per cent, in Illinois,
ten in Indiana, five in Ohio,ten in Michigan,
eight In 'Wisconsin, twenty in Minnesota,
fifteen in Iowa, twenty-five in Nebraska, and
fifteen in Kan-sis. Throughout the westthcin
dicationofgood crois have never liecn so
general since the inauguration of the official
crop retnrns, and increase of average cotton
na indicated by returns avenge 12 r cent-,
nnd aggregates nearly one million acres.
The condition of crops is favorable, neither
the -aterpill.irs or bull worms has yet ap
peared. With average season the present
average should give nearly 3i million acre'.
The oat crop is looking better than ciud,
its condition is a full average in about one
half of lb--; States including all new Eng
land, except VcriiioMnl, New Jersay, Penn
sylvania Maryland, Virginia, N. Carolina.
Al.i., Mi-., ieim., We-t Va., Ky., and
Oregon. It is lens promising in N. Y., S.
C, (5a., Fla., Tcxas, aud all Western
States in which ile.lkit langen from 9 lo 23
per cent. There i.- an increase of an aver
age of tobacco in Va. and N. C. Our re
turns show an average increase of 5 k.t ( cut.
The prospect of tin: apple crop Is unnsu.illy
goid. l'eacIies,aregool exctpt in Illinois
and Mich., where the pio-quct in 5 and 10
tier cent below the averase. Grape., prom
ise abundantly all )vr ihe country.
The President luis apjirovcd decinion of
SecreUiry Cox tint the Mi-mutri Kauti;
and Texas K. B. li.u tin: solo right to con
struct a railrxtd from Kaiisiis airiiss the
Indian Terrilorv t Texas.
Tin t'rnulj Proprnmmr.
Lun'dun, July 21 Tm follow ing i kil h
of the I'linch campaign liJo 'xen ohtaincd
from a reliable source: TheFniKh aimy is
concentrating uitliin a u;dr.i lateral lortniil
by the tonus of Nancy, 'l uconvillr, Stra-1-iirg
and Macniv.southof Stni-burg on the.-anic
meridian is an intreiM-lusl camp at l'o llefunt
where a corps d'armee is taking up its tl
tion to form the right of the French army.
Another rorjH will be in rc-:rcat Cluloii
sur-Maiiie. The entire army will be com
posed of right cor, cadi of three or four
divisions of hifaiilry, aud from ix to light
regimeuls of cavalry each; divi-ion will have
three hatterii-s of artillery, one miiiicuiy of
engineers anil will compri-c fnnn 10,000 to
12,000 men. The army of Moselle will lv
commanded ly Marshal Bazoineand coiu
osed of tlie second, thinl and fourth cors.
The headquarters of the n-cctive corps will
be St. Arnold, Mctz and Thionvillc The
array of the Bhinc which Marslunl McMahon
will" commands is composed of the first,
fifth and seventh corps with headquarters
resjicctivcly, at Strasbourg, Iktche and
Belfonte. The cori under Gen. Dc-Feilly,
posted around Betdic will unite the two
armies. The re-erve con in camp at Cha
lon, sur-Maiiie, under Marslial Canrolwrt
will le composed of troops of the line rein
forced from reserves- of all kinds. Three
hundred Hanoverians have volunteered for
French service. Turkey offer-. France 200,
000 soldiers for pay.
Xcw City Etettoaierlerd-Trble in
Richmond, July 20 Judge. Grcgan this
morning dedded that there was a violation
of the election law in one ward of the dty at
the hut municipal election, and tliat another
election must bo held.
.A telegram from Danville, N. C, says a
large number of dtizens from Caswell
coanty, had come to tliat piece for safety
from Colonel Kirk and the State troops. An
aged ritiaen, named Bowen, had been badly
beaten bv Kirk's men, and was brought off
by- Hying refugees. Kirk is still making
arrests; this morning.
A telegram from Danville this evening
says Colonel Kirk is arrested about 70
more prominent citizens of Caswell county,
some of whom were lodly treated. Bedford
Brown has gone to Washington to sec the
President, and ex-Govcmor Graham will
Fort WAtke, July 21. At Hartford
City to-dar, Jno. Colcrick was nominated as
Democratic candidate from the th Indiana
District. At a county convention of Re
publicans and .Independent Democrats of
Allen county fo-dayp a popular ticket was
nominated. " -The ticket has fairprosjicct of
TsDrAKAroLis; July 21. At a meeting
of Bepublicans "held last night
to make arrangements for a mass
meeting on tlie 27th in-t, The germana
predominating, resohrtious sympathyiine;
with the 'Pridian, and condemning the
Democratic papers and party for sympathiz
ing with the Frendi despotism, were adop
tcH. ' J
Hraer Anaen MmrwU.
Lowixi, Mass. July 21 Senator Ames
married the daughter of Benj. Boiler this
evening. -They leave for Minnesota shortly.
Berlin, July 19 In Berlin the most in
tense and warlike exritement continues to be
displayed by all classes of the populace.
Count Bismarck is cheered wherever
he is seen. He inspires unbounded
confidence. He is as usual re
served and silent, but lie has had a lengthy
and report says a verv satisfactory interview
with Mr. Bancroft. U. S, Minister. It is
believed that Mr. Bancroft has given to the
Prussian Government the fullest assu
rance of Amercan sympathy. The masses
of the people believe that "Prussia will re
ceive troops and loans from the United States.
i War Xensnnres Vote.
Berlin, Suly 21 All the propositions
and demands of the government have been
voted on by the Keichstadt, which, after an
ardent speech bv Count Von Bismarck, has
A squad of two hdndred Frcnca soldiers
crossed the frontier yesterday on a rccon
nolsamv. They were made pri-oners after
a skirmish; none were killed and lmt few
War preparations are actively koiiic on.
The entire army is mobilized, and artillery
is going to the front.
It is officially stated that the demands of
France gave Prussia no alternative but
refusal. France demanded a pledge that no
German should ever a.-ccnd the Saiiish
throne, and that one of the Ilohcuzollern
Princes, reside ermaiicntiy in Paris as a
hostage, or thai a lieavy amount of iiioney
ilejioeitcil in France Ie forfeited. . The
othcial pajer declares that before the war
closes, Germany and Euroe will exact from
France guarantees for the observance of
peace in the future, and in ca-o of a refusal
will so cripple France as to prevent her from
making more mischief.
Paris, July 21 A despatch from Bom..
dated the VMh says the absence wa-remarked
of the French commanding General and tho
diplomatic corps, from the ceremony of the
promulgation of infallibility. The" Fathers
who voted non-plai-ct were the Bishop of
Little Kock, anil Bishop Cij.izzs. Accord
ing to all accouiits.lhe opixt-ing lfchop will
ptibli-li a protest against the denial of the
traditional right.-of the ipini-try.
stati: Of KANSAS,
III tin lMtnit Court ef the ili-t .tn.ti.nl Ii tiiit
nf the Male of Kau-a. rittiii i'l tln'Oituitj-nf
Lrnvimrorth, in aiil State.
ljlnilllhl A. V,'. Iliintcr, l'l.iinli!!,
Jonn 11. liay, litrore U. anl,
Jiilin A. II.iMi-nn.in, CluilnlteA. N.
McAutay, luniilshin-, llnirr -jliiri-,
Jmut ralli-r-iiii. Mil. I nil Paiti-r-on,
PnrM S. Ituniftt, Jlioliail IVMant,
WillLni. II. llabtmi, 1'I.ir.i Tatlciinl
.loainU-rV. A. T.ick, IcC'iulaiil.
ATOlt, lllt.-aU)Tt-luriiLl J.iliii II. ISjy C-nre W.
I Want. Juul- Patterson, Jtil-lnst I'atti'r-mi ami
Inviil S. liiimett an- hi-rcnv- notiinil that jihi,
twtlior witli tho other ikfi'n.lant.-. alne iiamt-l,
have Issi-n uisl lir tlie alr naniot plaint itT,
Edniuwl A. IV. Iuiiti-r, in tlic almte mi-miouiil
Court, aii-1 that -aiil ptamtllt" has, in sni.l Curt,
lilt I his petition azain-t jou, and llicothcriIer-iil-ant
alc named in tlic'aU.M- entitled action, and
that jou tnii-t answer Miit is-tillnn on or tiefure the
'itithdiy of August, A. I., l7u, r said in.-titioii
will In? taken as tnie, and jmlment will lie rcu
dcrrd aerrplinly of the f.ill.iwiiu nature, tiwit:
A juilpin;ut iuiaiornr said pUiutitt agatiiit -aid
ili-frii-Iant, John II. Ihir, Cirfo much of the -inn
cffituthous.mil, nine li'uuilrvd an.l eighty ilollars,
with intcn-si tlun-un at the rale of thirty pen rut.
cr annum fnnn tlin Stli day of tiy, A. 1. 1-i"j,
as -lull iNt exceed tli- Mini of eislit thoii-anl, -ix
hiindnd and elercu -.M-Ioo ilntlars (S,iUI -'))
with interest llurvoiiat the raioi.f tciil-'ru-nt. j-or
annum from tlio i'lth ilav of IMol-cr, A. I. lid,
that N -itch jiuliuent wilt ln reinlcreil fur saitl sum
of rilit thousand, -i liumlnd anil cluvi-n D-li)n
dollar-, (s,nil -.-0) with inti-n-'t thi-nsin at.the rate
last aiim-saiil, fmm aiil 'J.ith ilay of iXtolier, A. H.
1-MT1, and r costs of suit. Ami that the following
di-scrilieil IractHoflauil -iliuto liiu ami 1 infill
the comity of lienvcni.orth, and Mali of Kan-as,
namelr: lots fmirtecn (It), fincen (t."i), eiishtnw
(IS), n'inotrrn (1!), thirty-t-kht (.Ml, thirtr-nino
j:ai, tirty (4X), foiiy-ontf (II) ami fort) -two (Ii),
in bloik one liumlreil and one (101); tots seven
(7), eight (S), sixteen (lfi), seventi-en (IV). and
Iwi-ntv-sovcn 17), in Mock one hundnsl aiul two
(Utt);' lots furl), fivc(.V), ami .-ix (fl), iu l.Imi
one hunlrcd ami thn-c (1W!); lot njven (7), in
Mock one humlrvd and n-vu (107). all In Ilia y A
McAitlay's addition to the city of ty-avcnuor.h:
loin w.-i:u (7), and cfcht (s), in Mk numbered
eventy (70), of the original plat of the city of LiT
enworih. lyits thirty (:). thirty-one "(:!!), ami
thirty-two (32), in Mock lxty-setn (7), of the
original plat of tho lity of Ix-avi-nworth, Is; si'M
without rcili-niption by Hie hlierilt of said roiinly
for the satisfaction of Mich jinlincnt, and mcli
amount as the Court fli.ill find iluu from
said John II. Ifay tokaid plaiutitroii or Iwaiw of
Ihe note, mortago dissl and iltiree hi-n-inaJler
mentioned and the costs of said action and that the
proceeds arising from sut h salt; thereof lie appliisl to
the payuu-iil of thu co-Is of ; aid aitiou and tht;
amount to lie l-miul ilno.-aul idalntitr on said note,
mortgage dccl and itivn-e with inten-t on Mich
amount from the lime of Ihc rendition of judgnn nt
at the rate of ten portent. s-r annum, and that the
several dclemlauU in -.iM action and every one of
them, inclndinz your-elves and ever jieinu i!h1ih
Ing by, from, through or nndi-r any of said defend
ants l"i forrtcr liarred and fortihcsHl of and fmni all
ami any right and ciitiiiv-f rchmpiion and other
richt whatever of, on. in or lo tsud tnutaoflaad
nml every of tlicm from and afli r mu!i sol'
thereof. And that you ami all of Mil dcftudanls and all
persons claiming from or under you or them or any
oryonorthem, br ordered, required and adjudged
to deliver possesion of.-iid tracts of land to the
ranteo or grantees in every deed made in piirn
ance nTsneli -air, -n soon as ileniaud thercSir jihall
bq made, unlexs the defen-lants in raid aitiou or
funic one or nion-of Hum Miall uv nr cans- Iu Im
piid In -aid plaintitrwitiiin wwiir -hurt tiiii" t' l
fivl by thr I'ourt. thenmount of imli judsuKiit,
that ismicli sum I'lii-jney in iheOourt shall in I hi'
aitiou hud ! Is-due louiil ptamtitt fnni s.iiiJohn
If. Iiiy on and ls-caiiic of the matters hcri-in.illi-r
mentioncl, with inten-st Iherronalllie rate of ten
sr tent, l-er annum from the Ume of the n nditidn
ot iii'Laueut in said aitiou.
Which la-t mrntifiiieit amount of money i by
said i-laintitfilaiiuid to U-dur him troni said John
II. 1'ay, anil he, said plaintiff, claims to havn a
hi u on tin above ileM.nl-d tm u of land therefor,
and a right to have the same sold forlhesati.f.i-tion
llieieof on, umler and ln-cnw of the matter, and
things hen mailer tt.itcd. to-uit
On the5lh ilav of Novunlsrr, !-'', at I.msi-wi-rth
City, said.Yohu If. I'ay ih.mIc Iih pnuiis-ory
not" in writing of lint date, and thmdilmTed the
fjmr to said l-laintitl' mil tliniby fur value
recinnl promi-eii ! piy at tin' Isinkiiu hons-of
S.ott, Kerr A '.. mx monih, afi.r lli-d.ili- there
of, to thi-onbr ofuid plaiiititl. five lhou.iml,
nine hundrtd an I uglily dollars (,'.l-u, v.llh
niUie-t then-ii at thr nitr of thirty pro-nt p- r
.uiiium alier llieuialiintv tin 11 of until paid.
And on UirHh diy of Jcml"-r, 1m'.', the s.n-1
.li-hnll. Iny, forthr pur"wandiiioidirto-riiiir
the paviim-l ot thr afnrv.iid .rouii.ry imtralid
-inn ol money and iiitrre-t lln-u-in --iiml, madr,
exeuitnl ami ililti rnl ! taid plaiutitt lniert tin
niiirtgaged'idoflhal dilrand thni-by f"iiv-iid to
said plaintiff. In, heirs ami assign . Ihe al-ii-di
ills.-! tr-iit-of tan-1 with olh r lam..
And on the iilli ilav of i loin r. tsfil, .it thr
(Vtol-rrTenn, A. !., l-'".t. of th-Pi-lii-.-t limitof
the ITiiiteil .static !--r lli- Hi-trut of Kansas in .1
n rtain act iou then leudmt If niu in .iiiiv, win-rein
sti-t Iimuml A IV. Hunter na-plaiiilitrandan!
John II. iMy and others were dif-ii-1 iriLi, una kill
tiled and pn-o-cuitd l-y said plvinti!f f-ir Ihe fon-rlo-ureoleaid
moitgage dicl, amoiu other th I ng
I he Court did then find that I hi re iru thru due to
said pljintirl from -aid John II. Ilav- on raid not-tlie-uniofeiglit
thousand, MX IiuiHlnd and 1I1 vra
20-IOO dollars (jh.idt ), aud that said plaintUt
then had a ln-n by mortgage for tbr uynient of
sairin on the -etenil tmtsof Imd hen 111 above
And -aiil Court in lid action then among other
tiling ordered, adjudged and ilccrod, that all and
Insular thr scvervl tracts of land al-ove ilr-irihd
lo rail- thr amount -o f mnd dm- from Kii-I John II.
I.l-l.e..l I at pul-lir auitiou bv and under Ihe
diri-ctioii of Ihe I'uilc-I M.1I11 Mar-hal, aiidtl.it
ai-l Mar-hal -honld iy In -aid plaintiff, or liis
olicitor, nut of thcpnurisN of -mil sale llieiod
in tliat unit to I"? taxed, and aNi the amount vt
found due ai aforesaid, togithir with b-gal intiri-ct
theri-on from Ihe date of -aid derrcc, whi(.h sahl !e
crer till remains in full fori-e w holly un-ati.fiisl.
And yo" " Jo hi-reliv further notitiisl that tin
several tracts of land ariovr ,ir -iii-.i nave i-n
aitacheil In this the above entitled action as ihe
proju-rty of said John II. Hay, iimbrand hy virtue
of a certain onier of attachment heretofore i-od in
said action and directed to thr sheriff of said county
to execute, who made Mali altaibuitnt by virtue
Dated this 13th day of Julv, ls7u.
Cl-l'CfJII A WIIH.VT.
7-lw Attorneys fir I'laintitf.
STATE OF KANSAS,
In the DL-triet Cnnrt of the Fir-t Judicial I?i-tri(t
of the Mate of Kansas, sitting in the County of
I.raenwnrth, in -aid State.
Owen Uuffr, FlaiatitT, 1
Samuel II. Vamey, Hannah.-. J-
Varney and lUiberl il. ahoe-j
ciakrr", IVfendants. J
YOU, TIIE ABflVE XAMED IU)I!EKT it.
.SUOEMAKEIt, are liereby notifieil that you,
tugrther with the aljve named Samuel IJ. Vamey
and Hannah S. Varney, liare lcn junl by the
above earned plaintiff, Owen Iulfy, in the above
named Court, and that said plaintiff ha in Id
Cuart filed bis petition against you ami the other
defendants above nami in said uit, and that sou
mut answer said petition on or licfore the 26th day
of August, A. 1. 137U, or said i-tition will In
takes as true, and judgment rendered accordingly
of the following nature, to-wit: That unle-s you
and rour co-defendants, or you or some of them, or
someone for toii or them, shall pay or cau-e to lie
laid to said plaintiff, within some ort time to l
fixed by the Court, the amount due to said plaintiff
on a certain promissory note.Jlated of the Mb day
of Jlav A. V. ls3, by which S. 15. Varney prom
. to pay twelve months after the date thereof, to
the order of said plaintiff, one thousand dollars,
with interest thereon at the rate of twelve per cent
per annum, from the maturity thereof, then the
following described tracts of land, situate, and lie
ins in the County of leavenworth and State of
Kan-a?, namely: The southwest quarter of ection
twenty-one (21), in township eleven (II) of range
iwenly-onc ill) also lots numbered one (1), two
(2), three (3), four (I), twenty-one (2!), twenty
two (22), twenty-three (23), and twenty-four (21),
in block numbered five (.I), in the town of Tonga
noxie, which said Samuel H. Varney and Hannah
. Varney, his wife, monzagisl, on the Mh day of
May A. D. 1VB, to said plaintiff to secure the
Mtymentof said note, be sold without redemption
therefrom by the Sheriff of d county, and that
the proceeds arising frotn such sale Its apphl to
tho payment of the costs of this suit, ami the
amount due said plaintiff on said note, with inter-e-tonsuch
amount at the ratCof twelve per cent
Ir annum from time of rendition of .uchjudgmenl ;
and that tou, the said Kotiert M. Shoemaker, to
aetker xrlth your co-defrmUnts herein above
named, and all and each of them, and all prrv.ns
claiming under, by, or through vou, or them, or
either of them, be forever barred, and foreclo-edcr
and from all and any right, ami equity of redemp
tlon. and other right whatever of. on, in or to said
tract of land, from and after such sale thereof, ami
that Ton and they, and all persons claiming from
or under you or them, or either of them l? ordered,
required and adjudged to deliver possesion of3'"'
tract of land, and every of them l Ihe grantt. or
grantees in every deed made in pursuance of such
sale m soon as demand therefor shall be made.
teud Ivenworth atjWgJpj f
7tw Attorneys for ruiatiff.
As mankind, from Indiscretion or other catues.
has been doomed to (aflrr nxni disease, soaLo ba
a remedy for diaease been proTldrd. Our hub and
ratters abowad with toots aad herbs, which, if aci
raUScallr prepared and compounded, will restore
health and vior to the loraftil. To ind such a
remedy wc shouM seek one that ha stood the tett
Snre Cure ferUf-er aipte!at
Src Care fur Pypeiahi.
Sr re for Debility.
Scire Cure for JaamUee.
8nre Clnre for Nuruam.
And all srt thm. arling from weakuttv, or want
of aitiou in the I.iver
or Pige-tite Organs. The
great remedy for
And aUdiM-anCS arising from it.
ventive of '
The great pie-
FEVER fc ACSITE!
It is an inip..ibi1itr fir jpr one tt list" Kever
and Ague, iftlit-j- Miil"iiM.-afcW l-utlles.-f this rem -cly
lOO $100 lOO
Will In-given f-r any iaeof llii.diM-.iH- tli.it esrniw
M.-my olio Hut iim-i Ihc Ilillirs or Tnuicasa prn
vcntivr. Those who luvr the Fi-virand Ague will Snd af
ter the lulls have stopped, that br iivngafew Imi
ties of the Uitters or Tonic, that" the disease will
Thcr rrmnli- will r.'!.'iil.l their Con-titutiiui.
faster llian any known n-iueily.
Thrsr n-iiKsIirs were pl.u t K-fore thr puMu
thirty year-ago, with all thr prejudice of .so-ialbst
'patent iik-Iu me" ovratuig against them, but
gradually their virtues became known, and now to
day, they stand at Hie hi-.nl of all preparations of
tin ir i la-s, w ith the Indorsement of eminent judges,
U yen, clergymen ami (ihyncians.
Head ihe folFoHingsiiiiptoms, ami if you find that
voiir sy-tem isaflistnl by any of them, you ma
lest assured thit discaM? hx-comuituccdltaatt 11 k
on the most iniTtant orpin-iof jour ldy, and un
te -ism theckisl by the ueof fmwertid "remedies,
a a iiii-erable life, -0011 terminatiii iu deaUi, will
he the reult.
CoiMiatioii, I latiilriice. Inward 1'ilrs, Fullnesa4t
l:i.l to the Iliad, Ai-Mily of the Stomach,
X.niM-a, Heartburn, Iii-giut for
Food, FullneNsor Weight in
the Stomach, Sour
Kruitatioiis, Sinking or .
Fluttering at Ihr lit of theMom
aili, Smimmin,; of the Head, Hurried or
Difficult Urcathiiig, I'ltilttring at the Heart Chok
ing or siifToratins Sensations when in a Ly
in TiKiture, llinmess of Viiiou,
Iots or Wel licfore the
sight, liidl 1-ain in
the Head, Deficiency of IYr-
s4ration. Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes, Vain in the Side, Back, Chest,
lamlis, etc.. Sudden Klushesof Heat Burning In Ihe
I-lesh, Coustant Imaginings of Evil, ami tireat IV-
fire-ion ofSidrib, alt indicate ili-eaeof the Liver
or dige-tive crjaus, combined with impure blood.
Hoofland's German Bitters
Are entirely vi-getablr, and contain noliquor. It is
a ioiusuml of Fluid Extraits. Thr ltoots Herbs
and ltarks fmm which these cxtnuLs are made, arr
gathend in tJcnnany ; all the ninlicinal virtues an-
extracteil fnuu them by a scientific chemist. The-e
extracts are then forwarded to IhLseouutry toU
uvsl cxpresslr for Ihe manufacture of this Hitters.
There is no alcoholic suli-tance of any kind u-ed in
coiiiaiiniling the Kitten; hence it is free from all
the uiijcuiviu luiKlcnt to the uc ol a n.jitor prepa
ration. Hoofland's German Tonic
U a comhinxtion of all Ihe Ingrcdii-oHof the Mi'ters
with pure Santa Cruz Rum, Orange, Ac. It is used
for thesamedisca-xas thr bitters, in tases wheri:
some purr alcoholic slimulus is required.
Like the following wa. never liefire offeri-l in ls--halfnfauy
HON. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
Chit I Jllitiu: of the Supreme Court of IVnusylvania
rutl.AnKT.ruiA, March !. ID67
"I find Hooftaud'stJerniJii Kitten isagood tonic.
iifnl 111 din-asei of the dlgedivr "rsns, and ot
great Is-uehi 111 um of debility, and want ol ner-vousaili-in
111 thesy.ti m. Yours trulr.
;i.u. w. wrNiDWAkD."
HON. JAKES THOMPSON.
Jndiir ol thr Supreme Oiurtof l'i nnsjlvaiiia.
I'iiiiiEL1I1l, April 26, ly.
"I imuidrr lloodJiid'slTcriiian Bitters' a valu
able iiinlirini- in aM- of attacks of Indigestion or
Iisia. I tan certify IhU from my cxptlleme
of it. Voiirs, with respi-el,
J xMF.S TIltlMfSON'."
HON. GEO. SHARSWOOD,
Ju-tirot the S'lpreuir Court of Pennsylvania.
riltlJIiELrillA, June 1, !-.
I line found by rs-rieurr that "Ht-ofland
Crniian letters" is a verv good tonle, relieving
tie-in i.tieiiiitoiiisaliuij.st thriitly.
HON. WM. F. ROGERS.
Mavor of thr nir of Buffalo, N. Y
MvvtiK's'OrviCK IScpratin, June 22, Int-'J.
1 have ued "Hitland's liinuau Kitten and
Tonic in my family during thr pa.t year, and can
reroiiiiiii-ml them as an excelhnt tonic, imparting
lour and vigor to tbr Hytrin. Iheir 115c has teeii
pnnluctivcof decldedlv N-nefirial effects.
wm. k. w.r.vs.
HON. JAMES M. WOOD,
Ex-Mayor of Williamiitl, IVnnylvania.
I lake great pleaurr in recommending "Hoof
land's llrmian Tonic" ' to any one who may br af
flictrd with dyspepsia. I liail the dyprpsia -
tia-lly it was im'rible to keep any Pwl on my
stoma Ii. and I became -o wak as not t licable to
walk half a mile. Two liottles of Tonic eGreted j
I-f.xt cure. JAMES JI. WOOD.
JOHN BTJTERXARKS, ESQ.,
Ijw l"arlncr of Judge Maynanl, WilIIamport, l"a.
Thwisiocertifv that I Iiave uscl "lloofiand's
Cenuan Bitters fordyppsia, and found an inval
Hoofland's flerman Remedies arr counterfeited,
im that the tignatureofC M. jACKVi.N is on the
wrapir ol tai h Imttle. All other arr counterfeit.
Principal Orhir and manufaeiory at Ihe Oermau
Mclicine Store, No. fBI Arch street, rbiladelpbi-i,
H.S. 31. EVAX? Proprietor.
Formnly C. M. JACKtX A CO.
Hooitamrn 'Jemuui Kilters, itr Ixittle . si 00
do do do per half dozen S3 00
d d. Tonic, put up in quart bot
tle-, il J11 s.r Imttle, or a half down for ST 50.
-! not forget b examine well the article you
buy, in order to get the genuine.
Fr Sale by all ri4s
Ami tdealc rsin Medicine Everywhere.
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