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THUBSDAY, SEPTJEMBEfi 1, 1870.
Another large club of eabscribcra to the
Daily Times was received yesterday from
Tub Trincc Imperial seems to be pretty
well satisfied with his "LapUim of fire," and
the Imllcts he picked up, as he iiasn't reques
ted to be taken to the front since.
Tiik totar population of Nemaha County
i 8,345. Nemaha County is one of the
finest in the State, and, as shown by the
above figures, is growing rapidly.
The Leavenworth, Lawrence & GalychUm
Ilnilroad Conitany are building large and
commodious stock yards at Ottawa. That
branch of their trade is already very exten
The three sheet colored poster printed Ur
the Fair at The Times, office is, liniverwHy'
pronounced the best piece of bill work ever
!one in the State. We do aii'other kinds of
work equally well, and business men are in-
vitcil to call and examine samples.
Myers, who was arreted at Atchison for
Mealing cattle at Grasshopper Falls and is
now under hail at the Litter place, says .a
large number of cattle besides those for
which he was arrested have been stolen,
many of which were sold in Leavenworth.
An ingenious woman in Montreal cott
evived the happy expedient of killing her
husband by iKitiring melted silver sioons in
to hi car. But he wasu'l asleep, as ttheu
osed, and the amiable lady is now in charge
of the county ihysidan; who calls 'at'the
jail every nioming'to'sec her broken jaw.
Two b.y living at Grahipper Falls
titarteil to runaway a few days ago, c and
when a hhort distance from home, one of
them, named Wiser, drew a revolver and
raying, "Thus i the way I will t-hoot Indi
ans," lire-1, the lull striking his companion
in tiie forehead, inflicting a dangerous
wound. Both thereupon decided not to run
A Newm-atei!. It was Itihop Home's
own (iiniui ibal there was no lictler iiwml
it than the ncnspaer. He rays: "The
follieu, viv, and consequent miseries of
iniillitiKto-, il'-playcil in a iirwoiKiiier, :ir'
UMrxtiis continually burning to warn otliers
from the rock on which they have been
wrecked. What more powerful dissuasive
fruiii Mi-picioii, jealousy .mil anger than the
Mory of one friend munleretl by another in
a duel? What caution more likely to lie
effective against gambling and profligacy
linn the mounifiil relation of an execution,
Jiir tlie fate of a despairing suicide? What
finer lecture on the necessity of economy than
, the auction of estates, houses and furniture?
Only take a newspajier, and consider it well,
uy for it, and it will instruct thee."
SrEi'jiKNS. This man, whom we men
it ioncd yesterday as having ltccn arn-htcd by
'. ofli(vr Malone for cmliezzling money which
: he rcci'iwd. as clerk of a school board in
; ItenoTowii'hxp'iai flic sale ofschool bonds
w hich money he is. supprncil to have gambled
'aw.iy at Iightbuni's faro bank was relca-ed
j:it (he ropiest of the school lionnl aforesaid.
'Tliey Kiid the matter luul all Imen arrangeil,
Stephens having agreed to give a mortgage
on some lind. They were advised by officer
'Malonc to he certain of their tuiicru Itefore
I he primmer was set at liberty, but they
Kvemeil to licsatisfitsLand a"conHngly Ste
phens was let go. Afterwards the jierpoiis
v. ho had reetii-ilci bis release went back to
1 Malonc with long'faccs and desired that the
man lie re-arroteil, as the mortgage he had
'given them was not worth anything, the
property having been previously mortgaged.
A We believe he has not vet leen retaken.
The Mrctln- IjmI Xieht.
A very huge meeting asseuibleil at Iiing's
f Hall last night considerably larger than the
lone lield on ir.c previous evening. kcv.
Ieniiis .Tones prcsidol, ami Lewis Overton
acted as Secretary. After the arrival of all
1 of the mcmWrs of the Committee, 1). W.
, Wilder read the following report:
Leavenworth, Aug. 26th, 1870.
The undersigned, members of a committee
apMiintl hist night to investigate the facts
, in regard to the decision of Recorder Adams,.
made in this city in January, 1859, find and
rejHirl that Mr. Adams decided, in the
Charley Fisher case, that a negro could not
j;ie testimony against white persons in a
criminal action: J. II. Brown, S. F. Bur-
dett, Tims. Newton, Dennis Jones, D. W.
M. 8. Adams was called for, and came for
ward. He was complied to admit that he
pnilnbly was mistaken in regard to the state
ment he made lat night, as to his decision
in the Charley Fisher case. He hplievcd be
.had rendered such a' decision as lie had
Isixiken of, on a sulweuiient occasion.
1). K. Anthony was loudly called for and
brittly rcsiKinded, He thought the charges
made Pv .Mr. .iianLs iasi lugm. i resteer.
And it was not merely Charley Fisher but
I all colore! w itnesscs who were excluded in
that ise. Tlie Committee had unanimously
sustained bis statements; they were also sus-t-ined
by the affidavits or Chas. W. Helm,
1C K. Kees, John Schott, H. Miles Moore,
J. C. Yaiighati and John C Douglass.
In reganl to Clarke, Col. Anthony said he
was not his friend. He had not Iteen true to
(oiir interests. He might have secured an
.appropriation for a Post Office building, but
has not tried to do so. At the Convention
SSfemr vcars ami Clarke opposed negro suffrage.
f! F I have not liecome a candidate for office in
this canvass. Leavenworth) must unite and
hsend a delegation of her best men to Topeka.
Mr. Morris mada a few brief remarks.
I Col Vaughan was ciUcd foi and made a short
hint excellent speech. He urged union;
I I -m ven worth should elect eietitecn of tier
l verv liest men.
The meeting then adioumed. The best
of feeling was manifested and wc think the
i result will be good. The people are in carn
lest. We shall have large primary meetings
attended by the best citizens.
The lrr Nranon.
The Merchantilc Library Association have
iierfected arrangement for an entertaining
season, having secured the following talented
and popular lectnrers: James Barton, Fred
erick Douglass, Mathcw Hale Smith, ("Bur
leigh") Mrs. Livcnnore, C. C Coffin,
' ("Carlcton") Sarah J. Lippincott, ("Grace
Greenwood") D. RShaw ("Josh Billings" ).
Mr. Shaw begins the course in October
and will be followed by Mr. Douglass.
Eight appointments in Kansas and two in
i;niiri St. Joseph and KansasCity mak
ing ten in this vicinity, have been arranged
for all these parties, which will make the
travclliiuj expewea comparatively trifling on
each association. Leavenworth has never
before been promised such an array of talent,
and will pour out its thousands of our beat
ople to hear them.
TnE New Orleans Pieamne says: "Wc
saw a stout negro woman, whose left leg harl
been amputated at me Knee, waiting aiong
the banquette, on" Julia street, a day or two
a0, aJnJOSt as rapwiiy as wk cuuiu wuu.uau
jainerednodiminntionofhis walking appa-
rcL She had no crutch, no wooden or
latent leg, nor was she assisted by a cane,
but used a common wooden chair with a
. . . . 1 1 1 1?A 1!
I straight bacic io aeip ner aiong. laKuuuig
. her right foot she would hit the chair, and,
advancing it, taae a step wiia we ieu. ne
chair was doably useful, a it not only aerred
a hdrj towaUc, bBtfonushed a'aeat where-
VI on the woman could rest at win."
Auii-CUrke Delegates Elected at Him
kattaa aad Saliaa. t
Pretty Cold for the Black BobnteU
Wjandotte, Teaeka aad Olathc Heard
Detcrnlncd Opposition to Thleutt and
Special Despatch to Tho Tiniest. '
Wyandotte, Aug. 27. A rousing anti
Clarke meeting was held here to-night. CapL
Matthews and D. It. Anthony were the prin
cipal speakers. Clarke's friends tried to
get up a meeting in opposition, but it fizzled
out. CapL Matthews said he had been
charged with opposing Clarke for pay. On
the other hand he said Cobb had offered him
a route agency in Tojieka when he was on
the Grand Jury, and had again in this city
offered him a route agency or a situation at
the State Line. Mr. Matthews understood.'
that Cobb offered him the route agency in J
Topeka to induce him to favor John Speer
on tlie Grand Jury, and understood him to
offer him the route agency in this city or
the Ksition at the State Line in considera
tion of his supporting Clarke for Congress.
Cobb was present, and was allowed to reply,
but did not deny the main facts, but claimed
that Captain Matthews misunderstood him.
Strong resolutions against Clarke were
The following resolutions were unani
EetvJwd, That it is the sense of the voters
of Wyandotte in mass meeting assembled,
that Sidney Clarke is not the friend of the
people of the State of Kansas, and therefore ;
we are opiioeed to his re-election, but are in
faror of the election of an honest man.
Jlauilifd, That we believe he might have
caused the United States to pay the Price
Raid claims years ago, if he had done his
IferJccd, That Sidney Clarke has not reji
rescntcd the State in Congress fairly, faith
fully, skillfully, or with even medium abili
ty; but instead thereof, be has been engaged
in Indian treaty rins, Black Bob swindles,
railroad black-mailing, John Speer steals,
National delit repudiation, and bribery and
Special Dexjiatch to tbc Times.
Olatjie, August 27 A great meeting
was held here to-day. Tliiee thousand peo
ple were present. Tremendous enthusiasm
prevailed. Clarke declined to speak, ltcing
afraid to meet the Black Bobljers.
excoriated, blistered and fielted him.
Spocial I)eeitati-h to the Times.
Topeka, August 27 Anti-C-rke
gates were elected at Sslina by sixty-nine
majority. Sidney is defeated at Manhattan
by Fcvcnty majority.
The L., IM t (J. Railroad Celebration.
A Large Attendance and Good Diuaer.
(Spoclal bciialch to tin Times.
Ottawa, Ks., August 24. The celebra
tion of the ripening of the Leavenworth,
Lawrence & Galveston Railroad, to the State
Line, is a great success. Delegations have
arrived from Leavenworth, Ijiwrcnoe, Kansas
City and other )ioints. A sumptuous dinner
was served at the Liuliugton House, to
which IfiO guests did ample justice The
Ottawa Brass Band serenaded the excursion
ists, and the citizens of Ottawa turned out
en ninwc to welcome them. Much praise is
due Mayor Welch, of Ottawa, and the officers
of the road, for their efforts to please the
guests. This evening a grand trail will be
given. The Leavenworth folks will return
home tomorrow evening.
UiiioMH, of Missouri, vs. Kawt, of Iaw
Special lie'aicli to tlia Time.
La whence, August 2rt.
The game of liase lall here, this afternoon,
lietween the Unions, of St. Ixjiiis, and Kaw
Valleys, resulted in a meagre victory for the
Unions, by a score of 20 to 24. The Unions
lotted finely, but the Kaw Valleys did more
work in the field, and made more and finer
double plays than the Unions. The game
was close throughout, and the excitement
great among the sicctators, who covered wa
gons and all the scats in the inelosurc. Mr.
Gilbert, as a runner, seemed to be the liest,
and by his rapid base running completely
demoralized the Union base players.
Tti Porter C'omiBlMilenTrannnllied
Ktr Adatlrnl UlrtHloroiiKb to be
Washinhton Aug. 26. Secretary Robe
son lias transinitted to Vice Admiral Porter
his commission as Admiral of the United
States navv. -The date of the promotion is
from the 15th of August, the day on winch
Admiral Farragut died. The Secretary ac
companied the commission with a personal
note of congratulation on his promotion,
and an invitation to Admiral Porter that he
remain at his duties at the Navy Dejart
nient. His salary is $13,000 jier annum.
It is learned "here, officially, that Rear
Admiral Goldsborough will receive pro
motion. VIr Admiral Porter Appointed Ad
miral w Coaterfrltft 'oncience
Washixuton. Atieust 25 Vice Admiral
Porter has lieen auiKiintcd Admiral. The
new commission is dated the 20th inst.
New counterfeit 20s, on the Shoe & Leath
er National Bank, New York, has reached
the Treasury Department.
The Treasurer Spinner received, to-day,
from St. Iiouis, a draft on New York lor
$296.45, conscience money.
A Berlaloa Ceecrnl- Ihe Ossaf
Treaty on the Indian iJtnds Kxear
aloa to Bsaver.
Wasiiinrton, Aug. 27. The Secretary
of the Interior has decider! that lands em
braced in the second article of the Osage
trealv of September, 1865, are required to
be sold for the benefit of Indians and the
ImitMl Stales aeauisition of interest in them.
and in no sense can they be considered pub-
He lands. He savs. however, such ol the
1 tith and 30tti secuous oi ineiu a uiay
,ld. or otherwise disposed of. Kansas will
. . . . ' .i . it
be entitled to select equivalent, which must j
betaken as near as may be to the ceuett
The Postmaster General and tho first
Assistant, Smith, leave here this evening
with the excursionists to Denver.
Mr. Beward-Antl-Chlnea Convention.
San Fuanctsco, August 25 Seward ar
rived to-day, and is the guest of Judge
The Anti-Chinese Convention has decided
to call a State Convention, to meet in May
next, to nominate a State ticket. The Con
vention split last night on municipal nomi
nation, and adioumed in confusion. About
one-third of the thirty delegates withdrew.
A Fatal BneU
(c-tnnia Aiitmut 25 A duel was foueht
just over tlie Mississippi line, a few miles be
low this atv, at sun rise mis morning, ue
tween Mai." Ed. C Freeman, a young mer
chant, and Ed. Hamlin, a young lawyer,
both of this city, with Derringer pistols at
fifteen paces. Both fired simultaneously and
Hamlin was shot through the body and died
I in ten minutes. The affair has caused great
excitement, as tlie parties are well known
and highly respected. But little is known
or the cause.
Fire Person Killed jr Uchtnlna;.
Bondout, N. Y., August 26 Five per
sons were killed by one stroke of lightning,
at Kingston, near Bailey's Circus tent, last
night. About fifty persons in the immediate
vicinity, were knocked down, inside the tent.
Many were stunned, and quite a number
slightly burned. Several person had their
hats and shoes tors. 11
f FROM TUB HEADqCABTEBft OF THB CBOWN
HeADQVAHTKBS OF THE CROWN PaiHCE,
ria London, August 25 No delay of the ad
vance. Town after town is occupied. You
may hear of but can scarcely realise the ex
tent of the invasion. While the Crown Prince
has advanced through northern Alsace into
Lorraine, two other German armies have
entered the French territory from Rhenish
Prussia and the rescrres are ever increasing.
It is no exaggeration to Mr that the con
quered provinces will hardly hold the troops
oured into them.
Pfalzburg holds out Gen. LoAont re
ceived a flag of truce with a firm refusal to
surrender, addinc that he should the next
day, the 15th, fire a salute of twenty-one guns
in nonor oi me cjnperor. .
PB1NCC8ALM 8AUC KILLED IN BATTLE. '
London, August 25 Prince Felix Saltn
Sahn. a Major in the Pruaaan ffuard. and
noted for services in the Aioericau and Mexi
can wars, was killed in the battla of the 18th
BLT LITTLE DAMAGE INFLICTED ON 8TRA8
BUBO. New York, ugust 26 A special to the
3V6ansays: The bombardment of Straa
burg is said to have inflicted but little dam
age thus far, heavy siege artillery u now
coming up from Landau, Kastadt, Mayence,
and other Prussian fortresses.
A SEVERE ARTILLERY BATTLE AT KDX AND
Carlsrciie, Aui. 26. There was a
severe artillery battle at Kehl and Straaburg
on Wednesday night, lasting until Thurs
day morning, 5 o'clock. A large part of
tlie citadel and arsenal at Straaburg was de
stroyed. Many fires have occurred in that
citp on uccount of the vigorous bombard
ment. AN ARBITRARY ORDER FROM GENERAL
Pjuub, August 25 Evening. General
Trocliu, Governor of Paris, has decreed that
all individuals who arc devoid of means of
subsistence, and whose presence contributes
to the danger of public order and the securi
ty of ierson or property, or whose acts tend
to impede the measures of tlie authorities for
the defence, and for the general safety, are
to be exnellcd from Paris. All infractions
of the above order must be defended before
the military tribunal.
MANY ARRESTS WERE MADE
last night. Over 1,200 of them were occa
sioned by the above order of Gen. Trochti.
Two hundred of these jiersona were arrested
in Faubourg Mortmerlin.
THE ENVIRONS OF METZ INUNDATED.
Tlie environs of Metz have been inundated
by order of the French authorities.
BOMBARDMENT OF OTRASBCBti.
Mindleheim, Bavaria, August 26
Since last Tuesday evening the bombardment
of Straaburg by the Prussians has been inces
sant. The .citadel is very badly damaged
and the walls terribly battered. Several
magazines exploded in the city and the forts.
Fires also have broken out in different
places. The Pruttsian losses are trifling.
A BATTLE NEAR MOXTMEDY.
Iaindon, August 26 A battle commenced
this morning about ten miles from Mont-
WAR ITEMS FROM BERLIN.
Berlin, August 26 After four days de
lay, caused by the movements of McMahon,
the Crown Prince has been ordered to push
forward to Paris without delay. It is not
belie vel tliat the city will be invested. In
fact that would be impossible with the forces
under his command. The communications
around tlie city will be cut and Paris entered
by a storming column of 100.000 men. Paris
captured, with the French Government and,
no mauer wnai rrcnen armies are in uie
field, it is believed in Berlin there would be
an end to the war.
RUMORS FROM TIIE BATTLEFIELD.
Paris, August 27 The iVeiiee affirms that
the forces of the Prussian General StcinmeU
have lieen cut off from Prince Frederick
Charles' army, and driven off to the north
ward. TIIE PRUSSIANS CHECKED.
It is also reported that the Prussians have
been decidedly checked at Merzercs.
THE PRUSSIANS STILL MOVING ON PARIS.
Paris, August 27 The King and Crown
Prince are moving on this city by way of the
River Marnc and the River Aube. Their
soldiers commit fearful pillage and unheard
of outrages as they move along their line of
STRASBURG HAS NO COMMUNICATION WITH
THE REST OF FRANCE.
Berlin, August 27. Intelligence from
the Rhine at Kneppel represents the bom
lardment of Strasburg as proceeding with
vigor. Tlie Prussian trenches have been,
advanced close lo ihc walls. New guns are
being constantly placed in position. An at
tempt IS ueillg (UHUC, mum luuuiucn hih;-
ccss, to divert me course oi me river so as
to drain the moat surrounding the city.
Strasburg is now completely invested and
has no communication with tho rest oi
BAZAINE AND m'MAIION.
London, August 27. The junction of
Bazuinc with McMahon has not yet Iwen ef
fected. THE PRINCE ROYAL MITIGATING THE RIGORS
The Prince Royal of Prussia has issuvd a
proclamation to the people of France wherein
he says that Prusnia makes war upon the
Emiicror Napoleon, and not against tlie peo
ple of France, ami the jieople have nothing
whatever to fear. The Prince apnounces his
purpose to instantly restorcthe lines of travel
which have been interrupted or destroyed by
the army movements, so that the labor and
commerce of the country may everywhere l
resumed. All of the French officials have
been requested to remain at their jiosts, and
their personal safety is guaranteed. Ths
Prince further says tliat only the surplus
CkmI will be taken for the German trooix,
and that only which is not required by the
THE FRENCH VIEW OF THE MATTER.
The Prussians, according to French ac
counts, arcdLstinguinhingthemsclves by their
traditional pillage and brutality.
THE EMPEROR'S LUGGAGE PILLAGE.
London, Aug. The railway station at
Rheims was recently pillaged by bummers,
and the Imjierial luggage, at the station,
taken. It has since been disposed of by the
thieves to various dealers in the city. Tlie
value of the property taken was immense.
THE EMPEROR ACCOMPANIES M'MAHON,
who is on his retreat by way of Vouziers.
THE EMPEROR AGAIN HEARD FROM.
Boiirges, the capital city of the Depart
ment of Cher, is fortifying. It is said tlie
Emperor and the members of the Senate and
IhcCortwLcgislatif will go thither. The
right wing of the French army has already
taken that direction.
FRENCH LOSSES AT THE BATTLE OF BEZON
VILLE. London, August 27 The official report
of Bazainc acknowledges a French loss at the
battle of Bczon'villc of 20,000 men.
A MERE 6rECULATION ABOUT TEACE.
London, Aug, 27. It is predicted that
the terms for peace between France and
Prussia embrace the following nouita:
The Vo-ges mountains to be the future
Bar le Due to remain x-rcnen territory.
The province of Alsace to be portioned
between Bavaria and Baden.
Wurtenburg being anti-Prussian is to get
THE WOUNDED AT METZ PROVD3IONS FAIL
ING. London. Aucnst 27 Met is gorged
with wounded and the provisions of the he-
. , fa;ijne
WT ?." '5 ""5
The imprisonment of Madame Laschiere,
reported yesterdav, is not true. She is not
at the seaside in Bretagne.
Tlie Prince Imperial is at Bethel, 23 miles
London, August 27 The lima In a re
view of the resources of Prussia, says:
"Three armies in reserve have been forward
ed to await events in France. One on the
Rhine, under the Duke of Mechlenburg
Schwerin; one at Berlin, under General
Saugstain; and one in Silesia, undr General
New York, August 27 A special to the
Tdtoram. dated Paris August 27th, says:
"Six wagon loads of Prussian prisoners, cap
tured in the recent engagements, reached
Sille, to-day. .
Great desturbance prevails in this invad
ing army. The Prussian soldiers quarrel
with those from Bavaria and Wurtemburg,
and it has been found necessary to place
them in separate camps. Somewhat similar
spirit prevails in Berlin, where a serious riot
occurred in which Bismarck's house was at
tacked." Jl'MAHON MOVING NORTHWARD.
London, August 27. A special to the
Tdcgram savs: The reported northern
movement of McMahon is fully confirmed.
THERE WAS A SIGHT YESTERDAY"
near-Montmedy between advanced cavalry
detachments of the French and Prussian
armies. The latter were repulsed.
have been sent from Paris by the northern
railroad for McMahon's array. The tactics
of McMahon appear to be to gather up the
broken corps and thereby swell the rankaof
bis new levies and then sweep along the
borders of Geraiany. avoiding aa eBCOWrtcr
with the Ptosfriana that would be likely to
tRTolre a pitched battle. By this he will be
enabled to leave the Prussians on the south
and probably effect a junction with Bazaine
north of Metz. If successful in this McMahon
will, it is thought, strike the Prussian line
of communication" at St. Avald. This is
believed to be the strategy which Palikao
hinted at some few days ago in his communi
cation with the Corps Legtslatif.
LATEST DBFATCHE5 FROM BERLIN.
London, Aug. 26. A special to the New
York Herald says: "A despatch from Berlin
states that (Jen. Falkenstein is reported
moving with a great part of his army to
relieve King William and join the Crown
Prince. The North German Government i
has offered Mr. Washlnirnc, throngh Mr.
Bancroft, further supplies for the. support of
indigent Germans expelled from Paris.
Advices from Pans reiiort eight depart
ments in powession of the Prussians, viz:
The lower and upper Rhine, Mo-elle, Men
herne. Meuse. paces. Marne and Loata
Maine. They contain 3,361,000 inhabitants.
Great sufferings prevail in consequence of
LATEST ITEMS OF NEWS FROM TARIS. !
Paris, August 26 The CututUutionnd
denies that Germans have been expelled
from France at the beginning of the war.
They were prevented from leaving. Subse
quently, however, .all restraint was removed,
and those who left did so of their own accord.
They who now. pretend that they were ex
pelled by force falsify. The L'oiirtilutionnd
wonders that Thiers should refuse to accept
the place in the Committee of Defcn-. His
great patriotism and his connection with tlio
construction of the walls of Paris made it
natural to select him among the first for that
position. 'It is said Count l)orn will be ap
pointed in his place.
The town of Stavold having failed on ac
count of total exhaustion to furnish rations,
forage and money demanded by the Prus
sians, wa given up to pillage for one hour
and the inliabitaiiis wen terribly treated.
A special despatch to the Jfendd, dated
Paris August 26, says: "The conscription
for 1870, which will be drawn on Monday,
win make a new army.
"Subscriptions for the wounded, deposited
in boxes and hung up in the streets of Paris,
amount to 40,,000 francs rlailv.
"Yesterday, 4,020 oxen, 302 cows, 26,042
sheep and 1,012 pigs, were taken into Paris."
A DISCUSSION IN TIIE CORPS LEGISLATIK.
Pauls August 26 During the discussion
in the Corps Legislatif yesterday, Jules
Favrc informed the Dejmtiex that, in his
opinion, the recent French misfortunes were
ilue to tlie leaders After denouncing them
he wanted to know whether it was for the
dynasty of Napobion we arc fighting.
DRAWING CONSCRIPTS AT PAHbl
London, August 26 The drawing of con
scription at Paris for the present year is
fixed for the 20tlu The call is for 140,000
instead of 90,000 men.
GUNBOATS FOR THE DEFENCE OF TARI6
have just arrived. Tlie chief command of
the squadron Is confided to Capt. Thom
aitsen. THE FRENCH LOAN PRONOUNCED A FAILURE.
New York, August 26 A Paris special
to the Tribune says: The loan is a strikiug
failure comiiarcd with former Miicrii)tionl
Adding the estimated eot 'of effecting the
loan, the deficiency of sulKcriptions on the
first dav i-. 185,000,000, while former Imf
perial loans were covered many times over.
The full amount of this will lie nominally
made up, hut a considerable part hy snls-erq
lions of Hjieculator, who cannot pay calls.
The Bis; Horn Expedition Heard From
threat Hnatrlngr and Ntanatlon
The Kxpedltloa a'oni!et Failure
t Breaks) up and Kciurua In l'rK
Omaha, August 21 A memlier of the
Big Horn Exiedition has arrived at Chey
enne, and gives the following statement:
The' last heard from the jutty was front
troops sent to bring them in, when they were!
at Grey Ball River. The miners prosiiected
there several davs without success, it was;
resolved to divide into six parties and return
to Camp Brown, South Pass, and thence to
Bryan. One party abandoned the wagons,
talcing pack animals, and set out for Mon
tana across the country. Another jKtrty, of
fifty or sixty, with wagons, took a northerly
route for some destination, expecting to strike
the old Bozeman road within one hundred
miles from their camp. Every privation has
been endured bv these men. Indians were
seen after leaving Camp Brown. The only
death in the party was that of If. McIIenry,
who lost ins way wniie iiuuiiug ana uiei.
from starvation. His remains were found,
.:.u l:- ,j ..i -ni,,,nitin ,v ' " ''
The expedition is a failure in every resiect.
At napoleon mere were paying prusptaas,
found after the party left Sweetwater.
Exploring Expedition Jfrtror Spy
political ."Bore Bis; Ilornrrw Arrfted
Omaha. Atieust 25 Major Powell is at
Salt Ijtkc City, arranging for another exiw
dition down the Colorado River.
A large and brilliant meteor was seen at
Denver and Chevtnne Tut.-d.ty evening.
A man has lieen arrested at lKuvcr charged '
bv the Ute Indians with Iieing an Arapahoe
Snv, and that he was with that trilie during
their raid into orth t'arK a snort time since.
C. Jones lias lieen nominated as the Re
publican candidate for I telegatc from Wy
oming. Six more men of the Big Horn cxiicditinn
arrived at Brvan to-dav.
Partlenlara or the Robbery or the tint
ted Mfalra KiprcMt Car, near JotTcr-
Sr. Louis, August 27 The following are
the particulars of the robliery of the Express
car on the Mivwniri PacinV,yestcrday, a. m. :
Shortly after the train left Scott Station two
rough looking men hastily tntered the car
from the rear platform; were dressed in dark
clothes, and their faces concealed hy allien
masks. In a r.iomuit conipreheudin thcirg de
sign, he rose to resist them; they demanded
the keys of the safe in which the money was
deiosi(ed, and seized him; he struggled with
them desiieratcly, Uit they forced bun down
on the floor. In the course of the struggle
lie was struck repeatedly on the head and
face one blow it is said fracturing the bridge
of his nose. Having disabled hiin for any
further resi-.tancc, they Iiound liim to a
heavy chest, mmaged his jsickets until the
key of the safe was found, and then proceed
ed" to possess themselves of the money.
Having robbed the safe as they thought pret
ty thoroughly, the racals then locked it
again and threw the key behind Mime boxes
in the car, were it was found. It is stated
one package of money containing $5,000
in greenbacks was left" behind, having evi
dently lieen overlooked. Trains arc not gen
erally run at a very fast rate lietween Scott
Station and Jefferson City, anil the nihliers
having accomplished their robliery, succeed
ed in jumping off safely without much diffi
Calais, Me., August 27 A fire broke
out this p. m. in the rear of Samuel Bedout's
liverv stable, which was destroyer!, together
with'the stores of Blake & Taylor, Wm.
Todd, Jr., J. M. Silverton, Boardman Bros,
W. B. Harrison, ickerson rSltedout, JJan
iel Hill, C. Waite & Co., and Bailey'sphii
tograph .rooms, the Calais Adcertuer olfice,
Wardsworth & Kelly's great mill,
Hitchcock & Cone's livery stable,
Hamilton's foundry, St. Croix Hall, with
city rooms and jiostoffice below, many
dwellings and tenament hou-es, large quan
tities of lumber, Nickerson & Co., and Wil
liam Hinds' and Robertson's shop yards
and three vessels on stock, marine railway,
Congregational vestry and Masonic hall.
There was much property burned after its
retuoTal from the stores and houses. o
9stimate of the loss is yet made.
A FertlaeaU Inquiry.
The Linn County Pros nays that the Fet
tlers on the Miami Reserve are "groaning
within the toils of a land ring which threat
m to rob them of the fruits of their labor,
and the homes which they have been years
in wringing from a barlaric wilderness."
It further avers, that "these jwople have
Sidney Clarke to thank for a great portion
of their present wrongs."
. .And it raises this pertinent inquiry:
"How is it that he folds the title to 200
acres of the finest of that reservation, 200
acres upon which an honest man lias lived
and labored for years, and pays taxes upon
to-day. Was that his little portion out of
the grand fraud which the settlcis are
leagued to defeat?"
A couple recently married in Gillford,
N. H., after two weekV experience of the
sweets of matrimony, have dissolved part
nership without the intervention of a court.
She said she wouldn't live with him, and he
said he would give her a hundred dollars to
quit. She took the greenbacks and went.
Ocick Work. On Friday, of lat week
Smith U. Kelsey, at Captain William Mitch
ell's, threshed, with his new Sweepstakes
Thresher, three hundred and ten (310) bush
els of wheat in four hours and forty-six min
ntea. If this can be beat we would like to
bear of it Wabavjaet Herald.
Mr. ! RVoMcr.
Blow is the reposition of Mr. Joy, which
hasieen accepted by the County Boards of
AtcSsoa and Doniphan; ;
Detroit, Acst:Uth, 1870.
Gctlemen: With reference t the-rail-roadfroraAteliiaoB
toNehrssfcj, sbuat which
ws lave coavenied, I .caassy this: -After
havhg consulted .capitalists with' whom I
am JBBoriated,' thVy'do not think' your short
piee of road bf any value ia'kaelf except to
the country through which it runs and to
Atdison. They do thiak that if it shall be
extended northward along the Keaaaha' to
Linoln, or up (he Missouri to Omaha, or
bott, that it can be made valuable, provided
abrdgeshall be built at Atchison. To ac
count ish these things will require large
futtre expenditures, .which will have to be
math.br those interested, in the Atchison &
Nebaska road. The road, aa bow situated,
bclotgs substantially to the counties, and
tbejean do no more to make it valuable bow,
norstn they in the future. Our people do not
wisl to take vour bonds,, becatwe, wkh yoar
shocrosd,anti with no ability to ex tend it,they
do ait deem them valuable. U the stock of
the soatpaay could be transferred to us. so
thatwe should have an interest in extending
the xiad northward and northwesterly, and
by n doing give the property value, we
shodd venture to take mortgage bonds
enotgh upon it to finish and equip the road,
trtising to our ability, with the friendly aid
of tie country north, to 'give 'them value.
Thif is the only motive which can interest its
to take your road. t
If any action of this nature should be
thought wise by the people interested in your
roar) we would take the road, and complete,
and umish equipment, and operate it. '
Ifin these circumstances your people think
it foi their interest to propose to transfer to
us tfeir franchise and the stock, so that wc
shall feel that we are interested to make it
valmble, we will take it, and complete it,
and Hit it in operation as fast as' it i shall be
reasonably practicable to do so, and I think
it cisJd be done by January 1st. The iron
wouW of course have to be laid front the
The few shares of stock which have been
full jaid by individual about $8,000
woulc not probably be an obstacle in the way
of tha proposition, if the parties desired to
If tny such arrangement as this is desired,
the determination to make it should he
arrive! at early, because, otherwise, it might
not be practicable to complete the road this
year. Yours truly,
J. F. Joy.
To Messrs. P. T. A bell and others, Committee.
DcNiniAN, County. B. M. Williams
has given us the footings of the census of
Iowa Township, which he has just cum-
ileted. The following figures are from the
Population of White Cloud white, 798:
roliired, 38 total, 81C. Voters, 220. Died
diirsig the last twelve months, 11.
Population of Iowa Point, 239; and of
Total Herniation of Iowa Township,
3,549; voters, 819; died during the last
twelve months, 28.
This is several hundred less tlian was esti
mated. The population of the Con nt v will
fall short of 15,000. White amid Chief.
There arc many towns in the.Unitcd States
in part or wholly lit by gas obtained directly
from subterraneous sources; but Eric, Pa., is
favored with so large a supply that it is now
ucd to obtain heat for mechanical and man
ufacturing purposes. All that is necessary
is to bore down and sink a tube four or five
hundred feet, and a permanent flow of gas
comes rushing up through it. One well
thus sunk eight years ago has produced ever
since without intermission, and, flow seem
ing to increase rather than diminish. A
brass fonndry and a soap work have also
been using as fuel the gas from another well
for a long period. ( The most recent well
sunk, supplies a grist mill 'with abundant
fuel to run four stones tlie proprietors say
they can rnn six with it night and day;
equivalent to more than S400 worth of coal
per month. All it costs them is the original
expense of the well and tube, about $1,500.
The Columbus, (O.) Statesman says: "A
young woman, well dressed, iKtsscd
through the streets yesterday, and into one of
the establisluuents where small advance
ments are made on articles of value or jxt
sonal attire. When she went in she wore a
beautiful jiair of kid boots, which completed
her outfit and compared well with the rest of
her attire. When she came out from her
'uncle,' she was minus not only her boots
Iiut her stockings, and wended her way
homeward in her bare feet."
indication oTa Long War.
New York, August 24 As an indication
of a long war it was -noted to-day that Ger
mans were buying breadstuff and shipping
it to Antwerp, "which is now nearer the Ger
man armv than the German ports. The
French demand, for breadstuff continues
al.-si very strong.
Npeer to Clarke.
Rotten hare wc met, ruttcn have we lieen,
Kotion may wp.irt, rotten meelagaiu.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
V. J. UCHARIM, 1 ' JOHS COSOTKR.
J. F. HIC'IIAKDN 4c CO.,
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Rubber and leather Belting,
Belmont Wheeling NallM,
JohnDeere's Moline Plows,
MACNEAI t UKRAN'8
Buckeye Reaper and Mower, Monroe
Grain Drill, , ,
CANTON, O., Sweepstakes
AULTXAK ft TAYLOR VIBRATOR TaratBers
We liirr the lt awortmrnt of
In tbc State. All Warrhnune, lly soil Stock
Scalrt hM lr ux will l vt up without
extra charge. Our stock of
IRON AND STEEL,
BEUiWS, ANVILS, VISES, c.,I3COMfLETE.
Tlie attniti-n f Merchantii . railed to our stock
auJ prir-. Orders solicited and promptly tilled.
Corner Third aad Delaware Streets,
PUr.USIIER. MANUFACTURER, A WIIOLE
rale Dealer io
School. Hooka aad Stationery,
UuTnf n A Mitchell's Hchoot Mp, Onyot's Geo-
crapbicft, Ulohea, Kchw.l and Office Furniture,
Mates, Talifets, CliarU,
Philosophical Apparatus of
WRAPPING PAPER, BAGS, &c.,
NO. 21 DELAWARE STREET,
LeaTeawortli City, K
BsTTbeonlr exrlu-iiTe School Furnishing Howe la
the State. Sl frblOdoawAwM
DOORS. SASH BUNDS,
Old Stands, Cherokee St., bet. Third and Fourth,
JAMES A. COWLEU,
.A. ttornor X4
Special attesUoa firta to PateatLaw.
AXWMKAX AD rOBBTOX raTESTS SOtlCrTKD.
troffii-e S2 Wnbington St.Wt
I -pKEMIUM JOB WOIK AT THE TIMES, Out,
I J7 and ae sare.
W I Btl BBkw M If
LARGE PUBLIC SALE
Fanning -Land, '
Farm IaaaleBaeats, Baggy, ,
A rjT or TBK CCUtBBATED
Near the City of LEAVENWORTH, State ot"an
Monday, the 19th day of Sept. next.
AFTER THE CUWISO OF THE FAIR THE
undorstsnrd will oSfcr arTChtlc Sale, :r.l) acr-
of the MuWbirt Faru, on the Lanreuco ruad,
about IJ-J utile fioui the
City of Leavenworth,
heing th cast half r section 29. In townhip'Jtf
ranee tl. TliU is fint chta fjnn land, siunoth
prairie with Mine litUe timlT, and Kuvl mnniex
water. WiIMuId in tracts to wit purchaeni
Th: U a rarerluixf to purchase a fine tract of land
tocvthernrforthiaw wUIiing siuall farms near the
Merrorjehs of Kti-. and so convenient to the Sb
market the city affords.
At the same sale we will offer
75 Head of Fine Natire Stock Cattle,
conistingnf Yearlings Two Year OId, Work Cat
tle and Milch cows.
30 Head of Horses and Moles,
consistiuf; of Colts, Brood Mares and Work Stack.
One fine large JACK, 15JJ bands high, five years
old, and a lot of
AIo, a large variety of
consisting in part of one Corn Grinding Mill and
Horse Power, Wheat IJrill. Combined Harvester,
Wagons, Harness, and a UGHT TOP BUUUY.
TETtMS OF SALE.
On the laud, Jrash In hand, balance in I, 2,
and 3 years, wilh 10 per cent interest defcrnsl
Eyments secured by mortgage. The title to the
id to he made perfn t.
Oa the personal property a credit of twelve months
will le given on all turns of $.10 and upwards, with
approved security; on 11 sums under S0 cab.
bale will take place at the McWhirt homesteail,
commencing at lOu'cImk, a. m., and will hoton
tmued from day to day until all the property is
SALE POSITIVE AND NO RESERVE.
Hero Is a rplcndid opportunity for fanners and
others to Mipply tbeuiielves with fine stink :nd
(arming utensils and good land.
WM. M. MeWHIRT.
VAX IKIRKN A IlAVKXS, Agents.
Aug. 12th, 1170 aul'MAw
WILL BE HELD
Seat. 13th, 1 llli, 15tb aad lGtk,
AT THEIR FAIR GROUNDS IX
$13,500 IN PREMIUMS.
Competition Open to the World ! !
ALL ENTRIES FREE,
RltANOEMKNTS HAVE BEES MADE WITH
L all railroads west of the Mississippi for the
STOCK AM FKKIOIIT
TO AJfI ItirriTKN FROM THE
" Jk. I
And Excursion Ticketsfor Passengers.
The most extensive and elaliora'o preparations
are Iieing made for this grand enterprise, which
will undoubtedly Or
Excel any Exhibition ever
Before Heldin the West.
For Fastest Trotting Horse $1,000
For Horses that never beat three
For Fastest Pacer- - 250
For Finest Stallion - 100
For Best Stallion with not less
than five Colts- - 100
For Best Mare - 100
For Best Bull 100
For Best Cow 100
For Best Boar 100
For Best Sow 100
For Best Bam. 100
For Best Ewe 100
For Best Mule 100
For Best Jennet 100
For Best Matched team 100
For Best Matched team raised
hy owner luu
Gold Medal for finest Baby under one
The Fair (imunds, whhli are noted Pr wlia'i
tagions and Wutiful location, will lie fitted up for
theaccoium!atio!i of all who desire to attend, and
nothing will I left uiidouo which can in the least
contribute to make the occasion one of great pleas
ure as well as of lasting benefit to all pitrons.
For premium lists and all other particulars ad
dress tico. T. AsmioNT, Secretary, laeuworth,
ar. ii. ixsley.
B. F. AKEBS, Gen'l Sunt.
"B. A. FAHNESTOCK'S
ni II n fit. iirM.nl il.v It l nlmnst iinirersallr ac
knowledged throughout nearly all parts of the world
to 1 the sovereign remtdy. Worm Confections
made more for the purpose of pli-asing the palate
than of overcoming the disease, have hHn nianu
lactured all over the countrr; bdt their short lease
oflifeisiiearlTeiliantc-d, and II. A. Fahnestor-k.s
Vermifuge csjiitinuc-s to grow in favor daily. Clul
drrn often look pale and sickly from no other caun;
than worms, and spa.ms are most frequently the re
sult of these bidd.il sapjiers and miners.
AVhen they arc irritable and fevcrifh, sometlnies
craving fuod and eating ravenously, again refusing
wholesome diet, tossing restlevly in sleeping, mean
ing and grinding tho teeth, then Is: assured these
symptoms are indications of worms.
Uneasiness and ain in the aUbunen, with swell
ing ami hardness, are generally attendant upon the
presence of these hidden sappers and miners.
Many a helpless child has Is-en bid in the grave,
when the disease which caused itsdjth has b.s-n
entirely inisunderdood, and when worms have re
ally been the cause. It has lieen proved lieyr.nd
cavil, that worms exist in the human system from
earliest infancy, therefore parents cis-nally poth
ers, who are more constantly with their children,
cannot t too olnervant of the first symptoms of
worms, Sir so surely as they exit, can they I
safrly and speedily removed from the iut delicate
Infant, by the use of It. A. Fahnesiock's Verml-
I'hysicisns do not hcitatc to recommend it and
use it in their practice, and many of the most emi
nent of the profession, from all irt of the rountrr
testify to Its uniform snecess. In fact, it SEVER
FAILS. It baa frequently been given to children
aa a safe purgative, not suspecting the cause of the
illness, and brge quantities of worms were dis
charged and immediate relief afforded.
Ureat caution must be used by every purchaser to
I hit own judge In one sense, and to examine every
bottle be buys ol it. The simple name of Faiis e
srocx: b not sufflriet. He must look closely and
carefully to see that the Initials areB. A. Fjih.se
rrocx, and be satisfied with nothing else.
B. A. FAHNESTOCK'S
OLD DR. H1XBER
T BEATS ALL TUIVATE DISEASES. SYT1I
ilis, all forms, nonorrbeo?a. Gleet, Stricture,
Ac. . completely eradicated. That class of cases re
sulant from self-abuse, producing nnmanllness,
nervous debilitr, irritability, eruptions, seminal
emissions and "finally lmpotency, iexmanent!y
cured. Medicine prepared in the establishment,
which embraces ofice, reception and waiting rooms,
also boarding and sleeping apartments Sir patients
requiring daily personal attention, and vapor and
chemical baths, thus concentrating the famed min
eral springs. Both sexes, married or single, sufter
Ibc from indiscretion, indulgences or exposures,
mar apply and bo cured. 2o nutter who have
tailed, state your case. Bead what be says In his
nasaaUet, seat to every address free. Thousands of
cases treated annually, at ofice and all over the
country. Consnllitlon tree, personally. or by mail.
an WashingMB avenue, St, Louis, Mo. Hours, 9
a. m. tp7p. m. Soadars, 9 a. at. to 11 a. m.
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS.
BR A IT CM, R
EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
JSWssssssPff:g;y 'ssssssS V L 1
jl BRANCH,CR00kES 8tC0. J
WT i -"' '
Or nil the Dcsieriptions now iivl in the lluitel Stale.
These Saws have been maiiufactiinsl and in u-e miki- lCI. They ar- arnintel tti- I -t Inserted
Tooth Saws made, areuolexiluivelyoii the I'jtilic tcniM, siulapproted by mill men when ver known.
FVli SALK AT OVJl WAREHOUSES.
214 Lake street,
116 and IIS Vine street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Our constniit aim will be to clo.se out our
ASDMAKEA CLEAS SWEEP OF EVERY ARTICLE SOT SCITARLE FOR
THE FALL TRADE. JX ORDER TO HO THIS
PUIXY, EFTZCTUAXiY A; WITHOUT RESERVE
WeliavegoiiPctvcroiir MJMMEIt (ilMHiS unil MAKKCIi IIV,"X every piereiif giant Ibat -"-i'.It
can lfrolunsl, sua to ctuntrt them into CASH, tie ilmn il uniicccarj to.-Illlv tlieartitleiand
THE GOODS WEI SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
Oor Mm k ic very attrai tlie, and wcareditrruiineil lo lec pit ?, and iii.ii.conr l.u-inc-sa tboioiigbly
LIVE MJSINUsa byaliuo-t
Daily Arrival of Fresh C4oods all the Year.
GREATEST BEMEDY OF THE AGE.
4, SwtJ( 4 mnw - "- ..-. -- - . -
SURE CURE TOR DYSPEPSIA!
cii.is. v. uurss v 1:1:0.,
OI Aorth Fifth
CHEAP LANDS VOM SALE.
soi.i ox i.o.c: xi.m:.
SANTA FE EALLKOAD COMPANY,
1HIS COMPANY ABKciWorHilUi. fORS.H.K
IN LOTS TO SUIT PUBCHASERS,
The Celebrated lly of Iin 1 known as the
This b one of the finest tracts of
Tjandat zx XCxa.fiin.6
HavinK the HEST OK WATEU and a irtiouV.v
The Lands are now oKirel fir s.il fur the firt
t!m.-. on easr temis, beui on five vtmc' time
WITH ISTKRKST AT 7 FEB I K.NT P K ASS t"W, 3S f..l-
!ws: At time of the purchase, one-fifth cash, with
interest ou deferreil fayments for tne jrsr.
Ssnd y ear no pavment renuireil, eic-ept interot
Sir one year. Each vcar thereafter ofi-Cfth ot
princiial, tether wfth interest on reuiaininsde
Btri'vr iarticulars a ply to or address
D. I. LAKI,
Land CoxnxnUsloner A. T. ft S. F. E. E. Co.
Ii AT$TH ! ItilTDSw ! !
KAXSAN I1D FOR SAI.F-
THESE LANDS WEKE SELECTED IK lVS'i,
and are among the lst in the Sute. Thev He
in twenty di&crent counties, seventeen of which
Most of them are near TOWNS, or within Sttlc
ments. Considering the quality and location, tbey
Cheapest Lands for Sale in the State.
Paicc From FiT to Tea Dollars t-r acre.
For particulars, addresi
1. II. v..I.r.ii.
rrVTTATIOSS, BALL, PEOGB.VJIJIES. Ac.
donelnstylenneoualle4 byanyotSce west of
Chicago, at the TIMES.
O O K ;iB fc, ..C.O. ,
76 Carondclet street.
New Orleans, La.
S T O C Xv
and Ono Price.
V 1 I.SOX V KEIT1F.
NSrcet. Ni. S.oHis, 1.
T'us 5 lh imt thorough 1i'.m1 puntier yrt d's
..n., uinl cun-sall humors frein thewontcrof
oil to a coiiimori llrupti'ii. l,inip!,sanilIttotcli-iii
the tipt an-l H-iIy r roiiKli -Lin, which are su b
annoyinK b!emili-t b many "ii:is ierw.n, ylrt I
to then' of a few .,tt!"o"f this wonderful imsli
cine. Fit.ui oih to ciiIit lwittKs ur; J.'It Ilheut.1.
rryisL.s, S-aM tiead. Itiu U'liriii, l-i!.F A-al-.
Eniptioiiif lheytin.ScrftniT.i"fri-, I'ln n ami
"Cint-.r" in tli' Mouth an 1 i-tomacli. It I- .1
pur iik-Iii mil extra t of native roots and plant,
comhlmu,; in tiariiioiiy Nature's uttxt. wiic reign
ciiratiioiirnivrtii-'. wlmb li'.l lias intilhI into
the vc'tatile I.iiigiIoiii fur Iniilln; thesirk. It i a
Srcit r-torcr fjr I lie tiruth and vi.-nrof tliesjs
teni. Thw who are Illiquid. lIe"pI-s, have r
ons apprehensions ,r far, or.:ny of tttoatltctions
sruiptoiiiaticof weillu -s, will fnnlconvinciii.:' vi
de nrcfif its ri-loruive jsiTrrr iirf'ti trial. If yon
iWIdfill. droisy, debilit.it'! anl ib-'isinibut. h.iv.
ir-iint Hrad'c'ie, nirnith tastes brdly in Iti
iiioriiiuj, irre;ii!irap"Iiti2nii tongue etl, J'i'i
arftitrriiisfr'"'i Torpid I.ir.-r t "nilioiiMitas."
In many iTi-ef -I.iver Oimplalnt" only a .an
of tln-.'riiii.tiuiar- expr-ri. nc-l. . a rcmt'ly
fira!Iin'hcn-es, J)r. I1ne'. (Inlden ..:lical II n
coscry ha no i-juil as it ct!.s.l p rf-rt c.urt;s. I:iv
In.r tli" IIr strer.tli-ncI ami lo dtby. I"r tl
cureof Habitual (oni-tlpallon of thr Ilowilsit is 1
nevr falling rrin-ly, and tI.-- li have u-s-I it
for this pun! ar Iud In its praise. In Ilnn
ihial. Throat and I.un. Ii eaw-, it hj. prisluosl
many tnitv rrnnrkabie ei.ns, vIit1 other m-li-rinrs
hatr tiilcsl. Sdd by dnanriris at Sl.( p'r
liotllc. I'n jarfl at tlieOoniical l-il ' rab.ry it
It. V. I'lEECE, -M. Ik, IturTalo, N. V.
AUK'iri.it :i:.ih'ati: ok"ii:dh'In"i: a
II.ploi.ia jti!Ki-5 Kill show, ba leii ioiier
cn"ael in II' tn-ilment of Wnen-al '-cual and
Private di than any other physician Uf-t.
Lnu's. . , .
vlhll:. i:nrrha, :!-tI Mrii-ture. rrbiti.
Hernia and !or.iTTTer all I'rinarr I"1- " "'
Srphilitic or Mercurial alcctins of the Thru!.
fLin or Ines arc treated with uniaralhli-! surs-ess.
i nualorrh-a, ."vxual Ilebilltv airl lirii-Mer,
as the rult of ?!f-atuw ia yo-itti, -xiul -r-i
in maturcr v-nrt ortberrau-. ?nd which pr-i-diir-
.m; if the Cdlowjiu cllect", a iio'tuniai
eiiiision-, bbitihc, le!.ility. dizinK-s e.f -i.-ht,
confusion .f Meax, evil f.rls.Iin, ar;riiin to tlia
s-ii-tyiiff- i-salcs, Ies of memory and M-vuaI-ier,
and rendtrin iiiarriasoiniproi" r, are pe-rman nil
TIie-I;torsc.piirtunittes in hospital arxJ privat
practice an- iiifuriosMsl in bt. Iyniisoranv nth r
rity. liact file ef t. lyiuis i3pers prove tbnt he
h N-en biraUil thcn lon?er bv y-:irs than any
either aIvertiin. The eMiMilifii-nl. Iilrsry,
lalioratory and spi'iintinenis are mierjunlleel in t';
West, unsurjQk-! anywhere. .pe. witti e-atperi-ence,
can 1 rIiel H.n, and the Iis.tr can refsc
to many phy-ieians thnituVnit th country. In
Iit uccs-s'a'id ni-r.t jsnitio:i he stands without
h Wntin.- of n Phy-Viai tvIkis r. potation is
Unhui'widc should ! worth re-e.liii.
Hr. Wbittier puldWieu a Medical Ituuphl-! rewt
ili'4 to venereal "liM-a"-" and the disastrous arfd
aril ronw.uenrf-s ef slf abo, lhat willbesnt
to nr addri in a alel envelope for t"v tamji
It contains full syniplom list tliat willenaUe
then afflietc-I t V tennine the nature of tli-irc-n-pUints
and sive a written flatemrjit of their case-
that will an--scr altiot as well f.r thepuri-r-"..!'
treatment r t pthmI interview, but where It is
csnverient the Ih-tor should Ii cnn.ultl pcrjiti
ally. Tine- bavins fr;ends thhl inavrc-iuireadviie,
ran supply them with this valuable pamphlet by
u-udin,; their nle'n-s with stamp. Thus you can
assist the nafirtuiate without thir knwi"c thHr
Inef3etir. Certainly no object is of more imj.jr-tan-
tlian purity b!l and t-erfct manhoi.l.
It is self evident that a physician who confines
hliasolf enlu-ivily to thetudy of a certain class e f,
diva" an-1 ttwits thounndsof cases every el.sy.
inu"t acquire greater skill in tliat si.:alty tlinn one
in jeneral pract'ee. Many phvicians rccosnizins
this fict, intre.luce latientstotheeloctoraft rmd
inz his amphlet. Communications confidential.
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