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THURSDAY, AUGUST' 11, 1870.
Inntitate Anrccd m.
far t'oawtjr Mtil
Pursuant to call froai the Count Superin
tendent and County -Teacbere' Executive
Committee, a meeting of teachers wan licld
in the office of the CouotV Saoerintendcnt on
Saturday, August 6th, at two o'clock. The
President of the County Teacher's Associa
tion, IL D. McCartjr, in the chair, and K.
K. McClarran, Secretary.
The President read the circular of the
State Stiiterintendeat of Public Instruction
.oking that the County Association co-otie-rate
with a State Institute to be held in the
liemarks favorable to uniting the effort of
tiic state and County were made by Jlewrn.
McGarty, Donovan and Blackmail.
On motion of Mr. Blackman it was agreed
that the State and County Institute hliould
lc held conjointly.
It was further agreed that a week' time
should lie devoted to Institute work, begin
ing on Monday, October the iMth, and that
the county Sujierintent, who in alo Presi
dent of the county Association, should be
authorized to make inquiry as to the uiost
desirable place to hold the Institute.
Messrs. Putnam, Williams, Baker, Early,
Fethers and Fraxer, were appointed in
structors. McssiT. William. Fether. Frazcr awl the
IState Superintendent were appointed to de-
I II J iver evening lecture.
II Messrs. Bradsliaw, Blackman and Moxy
I i and Miss Ifeiy were appointed to prepare and
I read CMsavs.
v i institute work fiance been uisiKjncU of.
Ill the County Superintendent recommended in
J r-mie very effective remarks, that the teach
'jits npjxal to tlic jioliuciaii and the public
(fknvmttx, in favor of keeping educational
H ipffi-xw in hands of edeatioual men, and out-
ilc the arena of politics. He presented the
; loiiowinc resolution:
t( I Hr$ulvctlt That we, the teachers of Leaeii
orth Coiintv, hi Convention assembled, be-
Iieinr, irrest)ectiveof iiartv. that the educa-
ional intere:s of the cotmtv would lie ad-
niiml lit krfiiilcr nilndv iHllfittnnnl nffivw
i out of the arena of KIitics, do nvpccpectfully
-ff i-1-VIIIlln.-Jili IU Mil lflllll VAJIltCIUMIIl, itllfl
liie public Keneraliy, that in this resjiect
reganl Ijc had fiir the opinions of the prac
ic:il rducaton of the county.
-jKwtmr, iiiai we recommenu to tnc a
roaching nominatinir Convention, as our
election for the office of countv Sunerintcn-
lent of Public Instruction, a practical tcach-
r .iikI earnest advocate of jxijrtilar education.
Jioioimt, Ilinttlie Countv :incnntcndent
nd the Chairman of the Countv Teachers'
Executive Committee he appointed to pre-
L-nt our selection for nomination to the at-
roacluiig tountv inventions.
1 The blank for candidate was left unoccti-
iol so that the Convention could suitahlv
II it after determining the adoption of the
.viier a unei nicuisioii ami coiisiiieraiion,
: resolutions were almost unanimoulv
tlopted, ami, on motion of Mr. J. Van
toman, the blank was hlled with the name
f Mr. Donovan, of Leavenworth.
ltcmark were made bv Messrs. McCartv
fid Willian on the importance of the
-acliers' work, and the need for keeping it
ikiI Iron) the excitement and strife of pol-
On motion the Convention adjourned.
The LeaTeawortta Bridire.
ill lUlitnr nf The Timet:
The question is often asked by one citizen
another: What does the contract between
he llridgc Company and the Chicago and
mill vrit 'ill xuiliiuau vuuiiaii iiiuuiil iu;
1 Living read the contract carefully, 1 hnd
Firrl The conent of Boomer, or the
trties holding his stock, is to lie obtained.
Vromt len davs alter oMainint; Uooiners
?-ent to this arrangement, the Bridge Cont-
uiv are to deliver to the Kailroad Comjmnv
00,000 iKinds and S200.000 of common or
Thinl IVwnier's stock, S17o,00X), to re
lin as voting stock, but without any right
make any further asjc.meiits on it a
l'limih No payments to 1 made by tlie
.iilni.ul until all the present assets of the
r .iiipi.ui until an toe
ridge Comikiny (exec
jje exhauted and tin
I "iilgc U completed to I
(ihieago, liock Island
idge Comikiny (except the Boomer stock)
the substructure of the
the satisfaction of the
'4 Mue:igo, liot-k Island and 1'jciGc Kailroad
' F'Jtl' After tbe jsubstructurc is completed
tnc satisiaciion oi ine raiiroau as auovc,
k- Cliimiro x coutuwestem Itailroad is to
v asesMiienU on the suticrstructurc.
isinh After the bridge is completed, the
Miuier stock to lie purchased with bonds of
e bridge and retired.
Srctnlh Tlie .Bridie ComiKinv have the
hid to contract with other railnnd com-
iiiio, il it desires to do so, but not com-
Ilecl to do so.
The conclusion that 1 arrive at is this:
Ilni The Chicigo & Southwestern
lilnk-td Comtnnv, under this contract, will
ve 1(K),000 bridge bonds, and, with the
Kimer stock, 3,0(K) voting stock (being
complete controlling iowcr), within ten
, -. after obtaining Boomer's assent.
The railroad will have the use of these
nds to hyjHithecatc, and can direct how
c money of this county and of private
K'kholders shall be extended, and at any
definite date hereafter may annul the con
ict, return the bonds and abandon the pro-s-t,
without iiaving one cent or risking one
.Sr;f The railroad controlling the ma
Vity of the stork may contract with other
ad's for ermission to cross under certain
lrktioti'-, but nothing in the contract corn-
Is them to grant Midi iermissiou on any
fin-. iiouid sucn a contraa ue cntcreii
o ? J. V. M.
w els1cal NfMaweai,
csterday M. C csOti, ottlw vurumy
Toiiganoxie, in this coanty, brought into
(is olluv :i geological specimen taken Irom
ncll lieiiiK dug on the farm of Mr. John
a lull miles sxiutn
fiiecimcu was found
f tlie m
th ofaliontSo foot from the
the ground, in a solid rock, through which
ey had blasted a distance of 12 feet. It is
a bluish color, and lartakes more of the
nireofslitc than any other kind of stone
-iii.-ttion, was about one and a half inches in
tckness, and smooth surfaced, save irrcgu-
rowsof impressions or indentations, as if
"v had been made with some kind of blunt
irument. These indentations run in rows
uethiug like this:
I5v turning the paper sideways, the reader
11 git a pretty accurate iuea oi mc uk-
lion of which we write. It was a very
fctty specimen, as well as a curious.
Through Boyd's patent agency, of St.
mis, we learn that J. C Coleman, of Clin
i, Kansas, has received a right for a wind
foAlNs from Topcka, on the Atchison, To-
bi & Santa Fo Railroad now make close
(iinections, "both ways, with trains of the
efJAsouri, Kansas & Texas at Emporia.
KTiir .wlitiral canvass in this State promi-
pf to be intensely personal, judging from the
hv it starts out Hie navenwonn hhis
inca out on Sidney Clarke with a rough-
tw icMiinlled only bv the truthfulnew
Fits charges. Whatevefclse Sidney may find
Kt, he will find thatk will not beign to pay
inn to have his man of dirty work, John
peer, tnrow mua a evcir iumi w w "r
rjsed his re-election. re wooa wj.
?STnE colored troops fought nobly. Many
ts them have not been paw. Claims lor
fnty ami DOCK pay "" :uajii uiipaiu.
! Committee on Claims, where they quietly
imber and sleep tlie sleep that knows no
ikim. This accounts for the feet that tbe
diting colored men are opposed to Clarke.
k Oapt Inll Jiattnews tor we iacis in mis
rnnection. Jjmeraux Journal.
I Sax Frasciscjo, August 6 About a mile
A half of saow sheds on the Central Pa-.
,fic Railroad, between Summit and Truckee
r destroyed try nre iasi nieuui ue ears
not nrohabiv pans ueiore Jaonuay.i ats-
pgers are transieiiLu acrum me unu.
i over JSdUjUW.
bk johk ruatroyn
7 j r: i
K ;','r&mo nuke him .lead ! -
n.Ho?r iiiuf,i.-jj..i,,i " ., ..i
Is ever bounding round my stud v chair;
, Vrti wueaTejs,"now-diru "
With tens. I iura to him.
The Tislon Yaakbqs hs isjot there! .
J walk my parlor floor, '
Anil t)irvfti Slut fiiwtn ilnrie
'1 hear a footfall on the chamtor stair;
I si stepping toward the hall ,
To pre the hoy a rail.
And then bcthink.aie that he is nut there:
I thread the crowded street;
A latchelod lad I meet,
yVith the sanic tieaming eyes anil colored hair;
And, a he's runuing by,
Follow him with my eye,
scarcely believing that he is not there!
I know the dec is hid
Under the coffin lid;
Qwcil are tic eyes; cold is his forehead lair;
My hand that marble felt;
O'er It in iirarer I Inch:
Yet ray heart whLspers that lie is not the re!
I cannot make him dead!
When passinghy the lied.
So Ion watched over with parental care,
My spirit and my cv
Seek him irvjuinugly
Before the thought comes tint ho is not then) !
Wlien at tiic cool, graybresk
Or day, from sleep X wjkp, , , ,,
M'ithmy hrsl breathing of the morning air,
My tout goes up with joy
Tu him who Rave my Isn ;
Then comes the sad thought that he is'not'lhcre:
When at Jhe'dayV" calm dov, ' -
I'm with his mother, ottering iil otir prayer.
Whatc'cr I may lie sajins,
I am In spirit p'rajins"
Kor our boy ' spirit, though he i not there!
Not there? Where, then, U he?
The linii 1 ied to j
Was but the raiment that he Uicil to ear;
The graTe that now doth ires
ITpon that rat-B tire,
la but hit wardrolie lockcl he u ui lli-ie!
He liTrs! In alt Hie px-t
He lives; nor to the lat.
Of sr.;iQK htm again ill I desiair;
In dmimi 1 tee him now.
And, on liUancd lni,
I H'Stwrittn, "'ThoHnhalt ee n- tin re!"
1'athcr, th) rhatenlug rl
ohelpu, thineallllcteil ones, to l-ar,
lliat. in the fpirit-lan.l,
Mif tins at tliy rihl iiand,
'Twill be our hcavm to find that IicIh there!
There arc thirty thou-aiid gsls iu the
Chinese religion. ;
Kinc thousand tents are erected at the
Methodist Eprscoiwl camp meeting in O-tk-ington,
Prof. Nilcs lias accepted the episcopate
of Acw IL-unisIiirc, ami is to lie consecrated
at Concord, August 2 lth, St. B irthnlotnew's
Of the fivehundreil and twenty-one inin
iter of the German Bcfonncil Church in
this country, one hundred and eighty preach
in German, anil two hundred and twentv
Ihc in hnglish.
Of the German rabbins in this country,
HI have signed a declaration that the rabbi
who lately married a couple debarred from
contractility marriage by the Mosaic law, is
not worthy to retain his rank as a religious
IJev. J. S. Green, fin old missioiiarv to
the Hawaiian Islands, savs nearly all the
larger clinches built years ago, arc quite too
larKc for the present congregation, lie
seems to contemplate the entire extinction of
the race at no instant iicrind, and anticipates
it with -deep regret.
The Kev. Stephen Foreman, at Park Hill
among tlie Cherokees, is rebuilding at his
own excuse (i?4TH)) the school house where
his services arc held. The nation have a
paper published in their own tongue by Vm.
P. Boudinot, a well educated Cherokee, and
the Bev. J. B. Jones, a missionary born and
brought up among them.
The richest and most beautiful syna
gogue in the world Is in process of erection
at Turin. It is a Greek temple in form,
mounted on a little elevation, incolor a white
and soft, enchanting rose. Its ornamenta
tion is at the same time elegant and grandi
ose, and is crowned by a bizarre and mas
sive tower, which recalls vi-ions of Nine
veh and Thebes.
A ritualistic wedding in St. John's
Church, East Hartford. Conn., makes some
small stir. The Eucharist was administered;
the wedding ring blessed, and the sign of
the cross made over it and over the elements
when administered; a procession was
headed by a crucifer with a tilcr cross;
lighted candles were employed, and white
satin crosses and embroidery decked the
ushers and the rector.
Father Hcckcr brings kick from Komc
a special indulgence granted by the Pope to
the Society of Christian Doctrine, in St.
Paul's Church, New York. This is a society
to distribute tracts, convert Protestants, and
educate children. During the first three
vears of its existence, it has distributed 500
Looks, 700,000 tracts, and taught the cate
chism to 1,200 children. Father Hecker
announces that all who will join the society
shall have a plenary indulgence of all their
sins, and SOU days' indulgence for every
work of Christian'charity, which indulgen
ces may be transferred' to souls in purga
tory. The Swedish Lutheran Synod in the
United States met this year at Andorcr III.,
where there is a flourishing church of that
order. The Andover Swedi-.li Church, the
oldest in the country, was organized in 18o0,
with ten members. It now reports a mem
bership of !)9i). There are about eighty
Swedish Lutheran pastors in therountry.
Churches of this order arc being formed all
over the Northwest. At the Andover meet
ing this year the Norwegians sqnrated from
the Swedes, forming a Norwegian Lutheran
Synod of the United States.
There l- a fair bid for rivalry to the
liberal Christianity of the Kcv. Henry Ward
Beeeher by the voungot of that remarka
ble family. The'Bev. Tims. K. Beeeher, of
Imira,'a Congregational minister, settled
over a large parish, has actually preached a
sermon defending the Episcopal Church,
claiming that it Is the only reformed church,
that all others are "revolutionary," admir
ing its "beauties," and commending the
doctrine 'of Apostolic succession. An Epis
copalian Bishop, commenting upon this ser
mon, now published, declares that the oc
currence is ''without a parallel in the his
tory of preaching."
The .Knnms Pacific Kail way.
Denver, August o Yesterday five and
one half miles of track was laid on the Kan
sas Pacific Railway to complete the road to
Denver, only 38 miles. It Is cxjiccted that
the kM nil will be laid next week. The
city is overrun with doiieratc characters
and garrotingis of almost nightly occurrence.
Business of all kinds susjicndeil. The K.
P. K. .wild up to Angu-t M, 22,202 acres
of land for $85,116, on which was received
$170o5;thcaveer.ge price was SI per acre.
Kcixjrts from. Park Lake, 'Summit, Boulder
ant other mining counties arc quite favor
able. Tfce North Carolina Election.
Raleioh, N. C, August 5 Keturns come
in slowly. The following is probably the
result for Congress: 1st- district, Cobb, Re
publican ; 2d district, 41st Congress, Thomas,
Republican; 3d district uncertain, with indi
cations in favor of "Waddell, Democrat; 4th
district, 41st Congress, Gilliam, Democrat;
42d Congress, Jiogers, .uemocrai;
trict uncertain, with chances in favor of
Scott, Republican; 6th district, Shobcr,
Democrat; 7th district, Hooper, "Democrat.
From what can now be gathered, Shipp, the
Democratic candidate for. Attorney General,
is elected by a liand-ome majority.
Terrible Kailroad Accident.
GREExr.KiEK, WurtRSruriicR SrRixt.s,
W. Va., August C A terrible accident oc
curred to-night on the Chcaspcakc & Oluo
llailroail to the up train at Jerry's Hun.
The next car from the rear coach was pre
cipitated down an embankment 100 feet high
and shattered the car into pieces. Twelve
penon killed and 20 wounded. Names
cannot be ascertained until morning. Maj.
Paxton and son, of Lexington, Ya., arc mor
tally wounded. There were about 40 per
sons in the ear.
aery in Malt.
CORtXXT, Augusts Thecoacli fromllelena
was attacked by road agents, at little Dry
Creek, eleven miles this side of Pleasant VaL
ley, Idaho, between 12 and 1 o'clock this
morning. Three robbers were in sight, and
it is supposed others were in reserve. Three
Chinamen on the coach were robbed of
$4,200. ' Treasure boxes were taken, sup
poaerT to contain about $6,000. The Com
pany offers $1,000 reward for each robber
captured dead or alive, and for the treasure,
one fourth of the amount recovered.
Elect! I" Clan.
Salt Lake, August 6 The election pass
ed off quietly. Partial returns indicate 2,000
votes or General Maxwell, tlie opposition
candidate. The women generally voted.
The entire vote of this city is above 4,000.
The Mormon family with whom Maxwell
has boarded for a year have .turned him off.
under positive orders from the church, be
cause or but part in uie election.
Greexbriar. AVirrrE'ScLrmjR Springs,
Va., August 5.;-sjen. Robert 11 Ixe has not
tendered his lervioes to France. He has
eheathed the sword forever.
iTT V ,- 1 1
JO I iA ."ti .
A1DKK OF TUB I-aUtCB SOTAI. OF FBCMIA
TOtm COOCASD. . ! -. '
Bcouk. Aaewt 5 Tbe Prince Rorsl
Frederick WiUiam, commwufinr the Sooti
German Arwr, torn iimned the feUowing
proclamation: vsoMianec um Tfcirt eorp-S
being appointed to eommaad yea by tbe
King, I greet vob. SeUien of. Pruvis,
AVrutemWrg awl BeaVn naked wder mj
cornraand vaer coange, diectpliM and per
severance fill ne with pride, joy aad com.
dence. In tree fraternity, eoBturaeto apread
your flag over new victories vfctoriea which
God aiding u will insure honor and peace to
DEFENCE OPAKTWEKP AXD HAJJBfEO.
Loxdox, Aujrii't 6 The fortifications at
Antwerp and Hamburg are being pat into
complete defence with all posuble haste.
KKOM TUE TRIBUXE'S WAR t-OBKISOKIlKJtT
New York, August The Trihnu?
cable special bvh: Our correjondent writes
from the King's headquartent at Mayenoe,
on Tuesday, that there wan unbroken enthu
siasm on the journey from Berlin. Prince
Carl,' Bismarck, Makke. and Von Boon, the
Wa'rtMinister, are all here. Every station
on- therway was crowded with people, to catch
sight of the Kiinr. He was received by tears
ana snouts 01 me noiaiem, ana welcomed
everywhere with gifts 'of lteer, wine, fruits
A MCTIXY T1IREATKNEO AT CHALOKH.
In the camp on Friday last, amonc the
Cartfe JfoJiVe, when Marshal Cahrobert was
rnsjiecting them, he asked the usual question,
viz: "Are there any comiilarnts ?" To
which one, section if young' oidiers respond
ed in a rather sturdy way, that they were
tired of service ami cried out, "Back to
laris!" Canrobert, terribly enraged, told
the mutineers they were unworthy the name
of Frenchmen. Subsequently it is said two
of the ringleaders were tried bya drum-head
court martial and shot.
It is known here that the commissariat of
the Gtinlc MMIc is very bad, and they want
shelter 'and food. , ,
THERK IS OREAT XAMEXTATIOX AT WERTZ
from the' Prussians having flooded i ie Saar-
bruckencoaL mines, which produces j,uuu,
000 ton of coal yearly, one half of which
was conntmed in France.
NEUTRALITY URfiEP BY THE VtJOTVR OF
Ixnox. August 6 The Citv of Sunder
land sent an address to Gladstone urging the
Government to preserve its iiolicy of neu
trality. PARLIAMENT IN SESSION.
Both Houses of Parlsnmcnt held brief ses
sions to-day. iToceedingR unimportant.
in vast quantities, is ordered from India.
Paris, Aug. 5. At one o'clock yesterday
the regiments of Gen. Dollar's division and
a brigade of light cavalrv. were attacked at
Weissenburg by a considerable force of the
enemy which Iiad beeu massed in the woods
skirting Lauter river. Our troops resisted
for several hours the attack of the enemy and
then retired to the summit of Pugomucr,
an eminence which commands the lines ot
railroad to Bither.
(Jen. Douay was killed, and one piece of
artillery, tlie horses having been killed and
the carriage broken, fell into the hands of
the Prussians. '
Marshal McMahon Is concentrating the
forces under his command at Welssenburg.
Frankfort. Aug. o. Noon. A train
has just arrived bringing 500 French pris
ordors from 'Weissoiibcrg.
The total number of prisoners taken by
the Prussians in tlie fight was S00, including
PRL'SSIAN ACCOUNT OF THE ASSAULT ON
TVEI8SENBCRT. A BLOODY VICTORY.
Berlin, August 5 The following des
patch has been received lierc from Niederot
terback, a small village on the otter River,
near Veis6cnbnrg, dated 0 o'clock Thursday
" AVc have won a brilliant but a bloody
victor. Tlie left wing was the attacking
body, "and consisted of the 5th and 11th Prus
sian corps; With the two Kavanan corps
the forces carried by an assault, under the eye
of the Prince Royal, the fortress, of AVeisscn
burg and tlie heights lietween "Weisstnburg
and Gesburg. General Dottay's division of
Marshal McMahon's corps, was splendidly
defeated, by being driven from its 'camp.
liie 1'ru-wan armv i now otierating in the
valley of the Moselle, with headquarters at
Fier, southwest of Cobleutz, and is in a men
acing attitude toward fliionville, the head
quartern of the French' army.
The JIcmlr cable special, London, Atig.
5th, despatch front Hague to-day kits:
the defeat of the French at Weissenlwrg was
disastrous. Gen. Douay's division, com
posed of picked fighting men was utterly
routed. Several ot them reached here in a
demoralized condition. Weisscnburg is in
the possession of the Prussian General. His
adance at Saarlouis is exjected.
ADllKDw OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS JO
Pakls, August 6 Tiic Council of Minis
ters addressed, over the signature of all its
members, the following proclamation to the
inhabitants of Paris: "Your indignation
has been naturally amused by odious matHcti
vrcs. The guilty ones have been arrested,
and justice now investigates their cases. Tlie
Government takes the imist energetic meas
ures to prevent such infamy. In the name
of our country, in the name of our heroic
army, we ask you to be calm, patient and
orderly. Disorder in Paris would be victory
for Prussia. As soon as any certain news
reaclien here, good or evil, it siiall be com
municated immediately. Let us be united,
having one wish, one sentiment the triumph
of our armies."
AFRAID TO PUBLISH ACCOUNT OF THE LATE
A Paris dcsi-itcli says the authorities will
not allow the French official account of the
defeat at -Weisscnburg to be telegraphed.
A Ihmld special from Paris says : This
city is greatly- excited, to-night, and much
indignation is manifested from the repulse of
French troops at Weissenhurg.
was made bv a crovd upon the office of a
Prussian stock broker, the police are pa
rading the city in great force. ., Immense
crowds of people are collected in public
places, sing the "Maneillal-c."
SEIZURE OK GOLD.
Fourteen millions of francs in gold were
seized yesterday at a railway station.
has written a letter to Emperor Napoleon, in
which he expresses dissatisfaction at the re
moval of the French troops from Rome.
PAPAL NUNCIO RECEIVED BY THE EMPREs.
Paris, Augusts The Papal Nuncio was
received yesterday by the Empress, but his
final representation had no efiect. The
GauloU sas he has written a very bitter let
ter to the" Emperor, expressing doubts of
Italy's protection of Borne. A number of
Deputies of the Corp Legislatif have pro
tested against the evacuation of Rome, but
the will of the Emperor has remained un
altered. Transports left Civita Vecchia to
day, with the last regiment, and all the
French troops late in Italy are expected to be
ou the German frontier by the 10th inst.
THE SULTAN AND FRANCE.
A dispatch from Constantinople reports the
new French Minister has been warmly re
ceived by the Sultan, who expressed warm
sympathy for France in the war.
AUSTRIA AND ITALY FORM AX ALLIANCE
FAVORABLE TO FRANCE.
The GattloU asserts that the Austrian Min
isterial Director, Klazako, saw the Emperor,
yesterday, atMetz, and announced that Aus
tria and Italy had formed an alliance which
was favorable to France.
distrust of england,
exolaxd's neutrality approved by bis-
Bismarck's organ at Berlin now approves
England's observance of her neutrality obli
Loxdox, August 5 -A special correspon
dent at Frankfort, on Tuesday, writes that
the'pnbUc mind is filled with distrust of Eng
land's neutrality. Nothing will satisfy Ger
many unless, coal is made contraband, like
gunpowder. It is believed that tbe French
are also buying cartridges and horses largely
in England, and the utmost irritation k felt
there, and the complaints have almost neu
tralised the gratitude at first felt at tbe atti
tude of. the English press and people.
All regiments are full, and many have
reserves to 11 vacancies at once.
Berlin, August 5 Subscriptions to the
loan already exceeds "12,000,080 thalers.
The sabstantal fruits of theGerinan Prince's
victory arc the destruction of one side of the
French quadrilateral, and the cutting off of
McMahon's corps from its northern connec
The St. Petersburg journals report that
Russia has no designs on' the Dannbian
London, Augusts There statement that
Rassia's, relations to tbe bellitrcnt powers
depend on the action of Austria. If the ha
ter maintain her neutrality, Busia will re-
Bhub BeutraL The onlr event wsleh mU
tit tto U mafrrt)aTrl'th'e tWnr of tke
Trtio -r-7 t-, -.,,.; Jr.'S" IT
MADEipi 'rKagast oThe jootnals itere
haVeheen BroMcoied Jor pubUsaine a nuW
deaaMch from Paris annonncing the defeat of
LnereBCiiat Moarbrnr-lrni. Th fir n..
riftbeauccess was received-here-through a
Idegzaa aent by the Empress "Eugenie to her
A Spanish fleet entered the'MerHtemiMsn
, , ,. ITALY.
FiiORESCE, August 5 The Senate sanc
tioned Ue proposed armament of the cmnfrv
and adapted a vote of confidence in theauf
itanrtd 1 I
AtIIEXS. Via LOXDOV. Aumt5 A torn.
bk earthquake has visited the shores of th
finlfnF f'Mnlt. Ttx. Awn. c t. i
-wmm. u iuriu ui .luiusum
and VenliTida, and several villages were
destroved. and manv norhims tillml ind
woiuvJed. The inhabitants arc in a state of
Havaka, August 5 Advices from St.
Domingo state that war between St. Domingo
and llayti was imminent
New York, August 6 The President re
turned to Ijong Branch this a. m.
Tlie official notification of war between
France and Prussia having been received
yesterday and the fact made known to the
President, he determined to issue a procla
mation of neutrality. He says be will pro
mulgate this order of neutrality when he re
turns, front St Louis. The proclamation
will particularly explain the neutrality laws
so they may befully understood by the peo
The President replied to a question in re
lation to Frelingliuysen that he would prob
ably leave for Euro'iie the latter iiart of Au
gust; that he had accepted the
appointment and tliat Ids instruc
tions, altlmugh not yet prepared in
form, were understood by Frelinghnysen
and would doubtless be carried out by him
so far as possible. He said, ''I feel confi
dent of tint Mr. Frelingliuysen is in perfect
accord with too government and will do his
best in the discharge of his important duties
in connection with tlie Alabama Claims."
In reference to the war the Prcsit'cnt agrees
with Gen. Akerraan that it will be a lung
and exhausting one, with a strong probabil
ity that both irties will come out of it de
Mr. Thomas Bragg, Chairman of the
Executive Committee of North Carolina,
telegraphs to the World that the Conserva
tives liave carried the State, and that Judge
Brooks, X'nited States Disirict Judge, will
grant writs 'of habeas corpus under an act of
Congress of, February, 1807.
Reform Convention Is to be held in Setem
ber to nominate an Independent State ticket.
New York, August 5 The fire which
commenced in the woods near Yanks, Long
Island, Tuesday, was not extinguished at
latest accounts last night. Close inspection
show the Field lmnit was 4,500 acres, it
burning east and west from tlie original
starting pont, the wind clianging saved with
trouble much valuable territory. Loss pro
bably $200;000, which will fall heavy on in
About a fortnight ago a brig-rigged vessel
went down East River and into the bay os
tensibly to, air her canvass. Eleven miles
down a steamer transferred to her some 25,-
000 Rcmmington rifles and army carbines,
two tons powder, 30 casks saltpetre and a
quantity of uniforms. Thirty Americans
were on board the brig as recruits tor the
Cuban army. She is reiiorted to have
reached Cuba safely and landed her cargo.
White JLall, N. Y., August 5 The
new steamer' L. J. dark, of the Northern
Transportation Line, burned ta the water's
edge this a. m., near Plattsburg; one man
lost overboard. Insured $50,000.
New Yirk, August 5 The Nathan's
murder mystery is yet unravelled, but it is
understood .that four men are under arrest on
suspicion of a knowledge of the crime. Judge
Beufonl, in his remarks to the Grand Jury,
to-day, saijl that he had reason for great
hopes that ihc guilty ones would be brought
to justice in a few days. Reward oflcred now
amounts tok$ 15,000.
Kalkk;ii, N. C, Atigtt.t 5 Mr. Turner,
editor of tile Sentinel, wa waylaid on hih
way to Oranjc county, anil airofl liy IIol
IcnV inilitih. Chningc county is not to lie
declared in a state of insurrection, a there
la no dUturbance. Both p:irtic have bitterly
denounced ihc outrage.
The vote is light as far as received, with
heavy Con-ervative gains. The Kciitiblicana
tmitidently cxiicctctl 1,000 majority in the
tttv, but receivctl only 750. It ii thought
now that tlie two Conservative" have defeated
theaijored'Repttbliern candidate, and that
Harris the, negro candidate for Congreas, has
hr4. the county by a small 'majority. The
vitte for Senatorial candidates in Franklin
county i- vcrv close, with the chance in
iorof the teinocrats. Rowan, Mecklen
burg, Orange and Uuilford counties have
gone Democratic. It is said that in Alla
maiia county the Conservatives were m in
timiilated that thev did not vote. The cbun-
. -r ... m..
ty went largely Kejmliiicnn. ihc vote mj
rranklin and Granville counties 'was very
close. It ii confidcrtlv exiieded that John-
on and Chatham counties Avill go largely
Ku.KIiut, August 5 Telegrams received
here indicate that theConservativessweeptlic
the western' portion of the State. . Gilliam
and Rogers, Conservative candidates for Con
gress from tins tl ist net arc proliably elected
by 500 majority. , Present mdiaitions show
that the Conservatives have a handsome ma
jority in the Legislature on joint lallot,
tiicleby bccnring the ciecticm of a Democrat
United States Senator in place of Abbott.
Kiciisjoxd,. August rj A dispatch from
Raleigh rajs that the Conservatives carried
the North Carolina Legislature, and that
Judge Brokaay of the United States Court
will Lvtue a writ of habeas corpui for tbe
Caswell prisoner'. 'ThcCongervativesgained
a ConflreM-man in in Kockinhani'K district.
IitalaM Arrailittoae Chasen fra Mla
ntoaary OrKaalcaUB .fCharekca.
St. Ijcis, Angina 5 -President Grant
and ComniiNOoner Parkei' haTc been in ctir
reKpondence with various Cliristian denomi
nations with the view of securing Indian
agents from the missionary organization!! of
each, and new agents will Jierealler be se
lected therefrom us faras iosiible.
A aormait Elrrf4l Dclraratr
unaa rretn ciaB.
St. Lout. Aug. 3. Vi. II. Hooper, a
Mormon, is elected delegate to Congress
by 13,79!) majority over the Gentile candi
Chicago, August 6 Wm. X. Hanna, one
of the most prominent members of the
Bloomington, 111., bar was instantly killed,
last night, by lightning, while in bed.
C. C. Farrington and wife, a young married
couple stopping at Osage, Iowa, have been
arrested for murdering their own child, an
infant of only a few weeks old. They took a
carriage, went into the country some distance
with tbe cliild.smothered it to dcatli.and then
rolled over a large log and placed the child
where the log had lain and then rolled the
log back in the same place. It was found
dead and entirelv naked and crushed in a
horrible manner Mrs. L. is a daughter of
Kev. A. Ganld, of Delaware county, in
that State. ;
- Wm. Marrvj jr., a prominent citiien of
Belleville, committed suicide this p. m. by
DOORS. SASH ft BUNDS,
OM Stand, Cherokee St., bet. Third aad Fourth.
JAMES A. COWLES,
filial attemtkm girMi to TxtmfLMM.
AXEKICJkX AXD FOXEUIX rTKST SOUOTtD.
TOffico 3S "W"iMriinjitoi St."
flUTCW 1811 IIMIMMI,
.IiKJotI -iiit -nlx'trmn t
K AK JOB
.iw . i
lUriSOi'MKCESTLr rUMCHASElf A
IURB 10TAL OTUNDEK FRE8S
-with U the Ut itnproteownts eiclu-irclr Jvr
BOOK, JOB A COLOBED PRINTING,
in addition to our prerioiw tuppl; uiTrintiiig Ma
chinery, we arc aow psvsarnl to turn out work
with dnpotcb, aad in a style that can nut Ie ex
rellrd west of Chleaco.
We wooW call the Particular attention of the
Mercantile and Butinem coaaaiunitjr to this Ie
partment of our Establishment, as wc hare made
extensire additions in the
VERY NEWEST STYLES
Poiter tfc General Job Type,
Presiei, etc., .
! . l J
II ! ,. .
HIT' f.(1I i' 1
' HI ..
WMIUIiKKABt.es VH TO
E2CECUTE EVERY DESCRIPTION
t h i
: STCM tM
FANCY SHOW CARDS,
INSURANCE POLICIKS A BLANKS
i.id Atx. mxDs or
Tbe facilities we have ia the way of Steam, Card
and llaad Pre, permit us to execute work
RAPIDLY, SEATLYASD CHEAPLY
In tact, all Haas of
eaaUecxecateaatlfctsoalf act oaly with des
patch hnt " ; ' "
k In --li i"
U fUl' i
OrsaniBod. Ixx 1808.
THIS OLD Rfnr.TABT.F,
SntMtaiitial and Economi
cal Iiifc IuMuraacc Com
pany Kctamcd to 11m
33 1-& Per Cent.
aMTCauvacrs wauled in every town in theState.
To those aecu-toniiI tothcluHness, extra induee
SAMUEL F. BURDETT,
102 Delaware St.,
IT IS NOWOVKItKOItTY YKAIIhMSCETHW
lucilicine was utttml a a remedy 6r W'uruis ail
fnin that time its rcimtatiuii lias -teaililr incna-t-J
until at tin- present iay it i almit universilly nc
knuwlcilKcl throughout lu-arly all arti of the world
to lie the sovere-ijai reinIy. Wumi Oniif:titi
made more Tor the tirae of pIvaMir.; the jalate
than of oTrreomln theli,a', hive cen manu
fiiturcil all over tnn i-ointry; Imt their iort lea.ie
cifllfc ! nearly eliautel, aml It. A. Kalinetnck'
VeniufiiKeoaitinucs to grow in favor daily. Chil
dren often look ale and lckly from no other eauv
than norm, awl pa?uis ere liiwtfmiuenlly there
suit of these hidden lupptra and miners.
When they arc Irritable and feverish, ioiuetiiue
iraliiHfjdand eating ravenously, apiin refusing
wliolevMiicdiel, twsin reitlly in Hlefiiur, nioan
Iur and grinding the teeth, then lxsured thee
KymptmiM arc indications of wonux.
Uneaninev and jam in the itIonien, with well
ing and Iiirdnev, am generally attendant upon the
presence of tbeo hidden Kipiwn and miners.
Many a helidew chil 1 lun lieen hid in Hie grave,
when "the disease which caused Its death has been
cntin ly iiiisunderstwul, and when worms have re
ally leui the cause. It has been provcsl beyond
-ivil fhil vnrtiH evist ill liie lintiiaii MVstem from
Jrarljest iubncy, therefore parent esiieclally moth
fers, whoareniorei-onstaiitly with their children.
cannot l" too oiwram oi uo nrMsyuipiouiJoi
worms, for unly .is they exist, can they be
safely and tpeedilr n moved from the most delicate
infant, by the iwjof II. A. r'ahnestoek's Verml-
I Physicians d nit hesitate to recommend it and
nc it in their pratticc, and many of the mint unl
uent of the profcxion, from all urts of the countrr
! testify to its nuifonu -uccess. In Cut, it JsKVKK
i KA1U. It has frequently U-en given to children
j as a safe purjitiTe, not suspectiiis the cause of the
I illuess, and large quantities of worms were dis
j charged and immediate relief afiordrd.
I Urrat cautioi: nnut 1 used by every purchaser to
I lie his own judge In one sene, and to examinecvery
'liottlcbcbuvnol it. The simple name of K.uine
1 ttooc is not euflicict. lie must look closely and
liarefullrtoseefhattm- initials are IS. A. Kahii.
l stock, iiul he satisfied with nothing else.
SCHWARTZ IE HABLETT.
I SICCKJMR9 TO
B. A. FAIIXESTOCK'S
riTTsni i:.n, ra.
Ar.u;uiait crauuate ok medicine as
IMploma at office will show, has lieen longer
rnmnsl in the treatment of Venereal (sexual and
l'rivatc dbeajen than
any other physician in St.
If""- , . .
Syphilis, Gonorrhea, nh-et, Mnctures, Orcluti.
Hernia and Ituptures: all L'rinary I)ieam and
Syphilitic or Mercurial affections of the Throat,
Skin or Hone are treated with uniarallrled success.
Spermatorrhea, Sexual IX-bility and Impot'iiey,
as the result of elf-abusc In youth, sexual excesses
in maturer years, or other cause, and which pro
duce some nf the following effect, as nocturnal
missions. Motche. debilitr. dizziness of ight,
j confusion of idea, evil f tripling, aversion to the
society orremalc, 1 of memory anu M-xnai iiwi r,
and rendering marriage improper, arc irmanentiy
The Doctor opportunities In Iinpital and private
practice are unsurpassed in M. Louis or any other
city. Hack file of .St. Louis papers prove that he
has been located there longer by years thin any
other so advertising. The establishment, library,
laboratory and appointments are unequalled in the
West, unsurpassed anywhere. Age, with experi
ence, can be relied upon, ami the lioctor can refrr
to many physicians throughout the country. In
past success and present position he stands without
The Writings of a Thyslc ian whose reputation i
Union-wide ihould he worth reading.
Ir. Whitticr publishes a Medical ramphlct relat
ing to venereal diseases and tbe disastrous and
varied consequences of self abuse, that will l.e sent
to any address In a sealed cnvelojio for two stamp.
It contains full symptom list that will enable
those afflicted to determine the nature of their com
Blslntssndeive a written statement of tlwir case
that will answer almost as well for the purpose of
treatment as a personal interrinr, hut where u is
convenient the Doctor should 1 consulted person
ally. Those having friends that mar require advice,
can supply them with this valuable jamphlet by
sending their 'address, with stamp. Thus you can
assist the unfortunate without their knowing their
bcBe&etor. Certainly no object is of more impor
tance than parity blood ami perfort manhood.
It Is self evident that a phvslcian who confines
himself exclusively to the s'ud'y of a certain class of
diseases and treats thousands of cases every day,
mast acquire greater skill in that specialty than one
in general practice. Many pbyiocians recognizing
this bet, introduce patients to the doctor after read
lag his pamphlet. Communications confidential.
A friendly talk will cost you nothing. Office cen
tral, yet retinjd No. 6t7 fit. Charles street, St.
Louis, Mo. Hours 9 a. M. to 7 I. M. Sunday
OLD DR. WIXRER
ii s.s in pnivsTF TttqgABra-. Rvptr-
fl Uku all tbraas. tionorrheora. Gleet, Stricture,
.-"- T.....i .l:,l "
sultint from, self-abuse, producing unmaallneas,
mrrnns .tel.Hitv. irritebilitr. eruptionsL seminal
easissioDs and finally impoWncy, perrauteoUy
cured. Medicine -prepared in ine esiaousasoeai,
which emlfJcts office, reception and waiting rooms,
also boarlrog and sleeping apartments for patients
chemical baths, thus concentrating the Guard .min
eral springs; Both exe, married or (Ingle, suffer-
ing Irani inuisrreuon, iuwhpwws swsunv,
mar acvlr sad be enred. No antler who hare
nuapalet . sent to every address tree. Thousands of
CaaS ITCSUll anuwoj, . wmw n Miuinir
country. Consultation free, personally or by mail.
SIS Washington avenue, .St. Louis, Mo. Hours, 9
a. m. tp 7 p. m. Sundays, 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
DUX HEADS, LETTEE HEADS,
l dose oa short notice.
SESSIPn Klrer at the TIMES JOB KOOM?.
Our castaiit aim will be to else at r
AND MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP OF EVERY ARTICLE NOT SUITABLE FOR
THE FALL TRADE. IN ORDER TO DO THIS
njIXY, EFTECTUAIXY fe WITHOUT RESERVE
IVe have gone over our SUMMER GOODS and MARKED IX)VN evcrr piecs of poods that posiblr
canberedntcl, so as to convert them into CAM!. AVe deem it unnecciary to tpecify the articles and
THE GOODS WILL SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
O.ir Stink i to ry attractive, ami e are determined to ke?i it , aul uiaKotmr tiriiiesa tbutuiichlr
HVE BUSINESS l.y tlniwt " '
Daily Arrival of Fresh Goods all the Tear.
VERY BODYKES jtl
mmrw aW M' " k i.aanww awv '
CIIAS. P. YYICiIS Wt IIU.,
904 Xorlh Fifth Street, SI. Louis,
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS.
BRANCH, CROOKKf A CO.
EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
SB sm i
r BRANCH.CROOKES 8cC0 Mm
aaaT 1 n n I
or all the Descriptions now
Tlieseisiws h ive lcen inanufjctiin-l and in mm smi-,. si,. Tiiy ate warrtutvtl the
T)lli Mnsiiud"-, jieu.nl t(iis( Iron thcl'auncOost, aii'lapprotcl by null nun wh
FOi: HALE AT OUll WAREHOUSES.
214 Lake street.
11G and 118 Vina street,
St. Louis, Mo.
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
WHEN YCU I5UV A
ir is Eio.MUiv ii
G-et Tlie lOost!
Have been sold in the last two years,
and not one has failed to give
The Beat Cooking Stove Made
jixd win nEvrre kNow.v tiicv
For Uniformity in Baking,
For ecoBOaty in the use of Fuel,
For Durability and Convenience,
jixoTitnarEarccr ADAMtTtot to
THE WANTS OF WESTERN PEOPLE
HSD FOK FRICE UT TH
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.
612 aV I f 3T. Mai n St.
PVBU5HEK, JtASCFACTUHEH, k YVHOI.E
sale Healer in
Sehl RttkM ami Stationery,
Guyot's Sl Mitchell's School Man. Curot's Geo
KrapUcs, (ilolie, Scboril and OCce Furniture,
Slates, Tablets, Charts, Philosophical Apparatus of
WRAPPING PAPEK, BAGS, ftc.,
NO. 21 PELAVTARn STREET,
Itt-eMVrtk City, Kan.
aVTbeonlT exclusive School Furnishing House in
the State." feMOdoawAwg;
PREMICaC JOB WORK Aff THE TIMES,
ami see KkfjZt.
UNTIL FAIX, -!
tvnd Ouo Xxco.
YV1I.SOX A KEITH.
REMEDY OF THE AGE.
iihimI in the I'tilted .States.
76 Carondalet street.
New Orleans, La.
ALL IS NOT LOST
I'njuri.1 s".Ielr from ej;etable sulntjnces and
containing nothini; tlsat is n t alubriuti,
rleansinsjiid restorative. Ilolloodv's Pills have
fir full Haifa century been enjoyed with unvarying
suuessa jn Al-antnt, Corrective and Alteratite
in evtry civiIim! and Mini-citilizcil country on tbe
Indigestion is the primary juof iiiminicnil !
ili.eav-s while it Is in itslf one of liie most distress
in: complaints in the lists of human ailment. The
Iilts haiea threefold ojieration. They toneantl
iuvicorate the stomach and improve the appetite,
regulate the action of the liver, and pntly move
the towels. By these "imnle mean, they" restore
the natural condition of the system. Dyspepsia
Ins N-en rashly pronounce'l incurable by eminent
medical in n. There never was a greater ern-r. A
course of the Tills will as certainly cure this dl-easi-as
i xT is- will promote prepiration or Ts.I satLsfy
lndiKi"tion. bitic hradaciie, biliousi en, irreRii
lanty of the bowel, flatulence, constipation, men
tal disea-st-j and ail the evils Rrowiii, out of a want
of vior in'the digestive orcans are inevitably and
sjs-fslily relieved br the adiiirable ciinbinatton of
Cathartic tonic and alterative ingredient- all vege
table and all harmless
Bodily Weakliest and Debility
Are the necessary consefpient of a fi-eble ami inac
tive stomach; fur, unless the substance taken into
tliat orpin ischanged into nutritious LIomI, it is plain
that the body, every solid and fluid of which is de
rived from the blood, must languish, and the
strength decline. The 1111s operate as a stoniacie
as well as an vacuant, and while they remove all
o!truUions from the towel, they renew thesol
v nt and a'siniilatin? power of the stomach.
I,i er CoBtalaintM.
One of the revetable ingredients nf the 1111s they
contain no inenrral element whatever acts as spe
cifically on the liver as calomel. Fortunately,
however, it I not like mercury, a subtile uoLson.
It doe not produce by its reaction diseases xs dan
gerou a thie it Is administered to cure. Tbe
anti-billiou operation of the pills render them the
very best medicine that can to taken in bilious re
inittent lever, congestion of the liver, and all dis
eases ot tliat important organ, whether acute or
RiihIi or Blood to the Head.
rua!ly 5is truia indigestion anI constiiattou,
although it mar proceed fnni other causes, hut
wliatcTtr Its origin, the Tills will be found of emi
nent service in removing it. It is essential to a
cure that the towel should to kept mislerately
open and regular, that tbe. circulation should to
iuital.le and all the secretion active, and to all
these end this invaluable medicine eKW-t its. I ly con
duce. Cough aad Cold.
Fever alapresnit ina greater or los degree
in coughs, cold and complaints that effect the
lunsand the wirdpi-, and the Hits should to
tati n to rcdus it. When tiny are Used C,r this
purpose, in conjunction with the ointment as an
external application over the seat of inflammation,
relief will certainly toexisriinced within twenty
If woman li:anr paramount right, it Is that of
toiiijs reli veil, if piissihle, from the dislreseing ail
ments to hlch her vs. I -vclusivelr lialde. .such
relief is certain if !. re-"rt to ItolfciWay' Pill
asanalterati-. Their purify ir. and rrsrulatini;
operation, and tl.eir i tfe(t in rrnewin,; suspendid
functional gction, retsjiiunehd them a'sireall other
niIUInesto fieconldcnieof the vx.
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