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SEPTEMBER
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8, 1870
A Fcswarer Cr the Track.
k. ..A kU miinnJn Mr mrcnase the State
5-v!ste!SiH2f
o. ' JWcr"" his liominalioir by Ihc
Convention - tSt 1W, n .
ia opporiiw,, and with the atd 'of U
friei.deAtingthirawage of a tm,!piS
UmwKhffild.-ooBTeribcR, taaqualinedlr e
dmingana'comnutting the' HepuMtcan
nartr (n tfce nrincinle of SUnTBCC for c6tord
I ami ia order that his own success might
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not be jecrdiari preferring lhat Ibon
UOi 'shnnld remain entire!? disfranchised
Astlic panger .. lSSSSSfi
aviny Km Iarenworth vcrterda? Bom- ?Jfi?lZl. ' J-, :.ij ..f. .i.
leaving East Leavenworth yertcrday
inir. and before it had attained much' head
way, a rail broke, anil the rear car rolled off
tlic'track. The following ia a list of the rr
w.ns injured: C. A. Baker, of MaryaviHe,
Kansas; shoulder dislocated and thigh
liniiicd. -.
1. A. MimKy, ail on llie heail. . .
Annie Kenfew, a little girl 11 yearld,
injured internally-, 'it is feared wiou-ly. '
Mrs. Greater, tide brul-ed. a
Charles Greaer, bruited in the liejut.
It. A. Calkin-, of St. Joseph; head
brili-ed.
Mrs. Rebecca lutkley, of .ShelUyille,
Ohio; f-hoiihlcr bruised.
Th accident as far a we can learn, was
not die result of any carele-new on Ihc part
of the tiniiliyre", tlr track wascfOHd
i.d perfectly t.ife.
ir. Tlioiu-, Veer and Sly Its intended
the injured urties.
.v.r
dondoB'ofthe' omrention. instead of a fair
mlHiuarewpduMlof the cans of the op!'
pressed, a resolution merely 'recommending'
ine laegisi"" iu euuiuil tut: injur-iiBirM iu
the eoplc" therefore, """
Rewired, That in view of 'then: coiiider
ations, with manv others, we have lot al!
confidence in the honesty and integrity of the
said Sidney Clarke, and. believing that the
future life of the Kcibliean party will de
pend uiion the eontant overthrow of Mich
men, who find their way into power by its
influence, as well tnsin its advocacy, of
lljc jdoriotis irineipksi of the tent, and a
healthy wlicy in the future, we lierehy
infract t'lie delegate whom
we elect at this meeting to repretnt k in
the Republican State Convention, to be held
at Topekn, on the 8th in, to ue his entire
influence for the nominalion of souic other
good roan to represent ns in the Houmof
RcpreentativeH at 'A'ashiugtoit.
Jinnlmf, That our delegate i also' m
Htructed to ue hia influence for lhat man front
Leavenworth Countv, who caii eontrol the
J greater influence lor the office of Congres or
, Governor, and to make his second choice
I for Governor, J. M. Harvey, awl forCou
I grew, Judge D. 1. Ixiwe, of Linn.
The K)h were tlten opeueil, by the ap-
iwinlment of W. C. Couipath awl W. II.
. Goble, tellers. The polln wereket oen lor
phWpaecof two hoiirc, when the wiiivaiiiig'
nflhelUt eihibiled the following result:
mil riudn. i J- Van Winkle received 36" votes for Del-
egate to the .State Convention winch
j niect on the 8th iir4. and Geo. IeL.iao
. eizht'Totcf. Wiu. Van Winkle wm then de-
... i i j..i i.l.l..l I f i..i
mean Uiiifralurc on (lie ISUi, ciareuauiycieaeiiuwigaicaim .m. iti-ii
' alternate.
I i
h " hi motion the mrc of the meeting wan
nKri:oitoi.otf .i. kcpokt r
n r. mn".
i t ifi li.cr V
I KlrlitsK't-l lurlhr Ij&tfivtOflb ft"' i
TllfKMAU
lii-tmmtiiS in the oiien air
Mnxifnnni tunperature on the.'rtli, 102.
Mtxiintini lniera(iire on the 13th, JiT.
Thirnul ninge, l-V
Maximum
"deckirrd to Iw in favor of Col. 1. R. Antho-
, I ny, firrt for Congrei., under the re-lutiona
iu-
TbeuiMl iiii.tn rngeiM)
bui t tncratiirc of the month 7VM'
Mean tcmiieratiire 'f Augut f' lal
,,ir -70 - - iadvi4ed
M. an .-iupprattircof the iiiouIIir of Augu4 1 On motion it wa dtiide.1 that the next
for 31 w-.ira7P. '' uieeting I held at a room mar Cody'.; prc-
ClMiigw The gutitf4 li11rn.1I mxiirreil on .met.
il.-i:rthan.l3lst,:vr. 1 On HKilion the I.eaxenworlli Ttmt vas
Mean ditiru..l range, 17. , n r.;ine4ed to publi,h these proceedings nndall
BAHoMKTr.n. ' 1 oilier coiintylpaperx friendly to copy.
'-ttion elete.1 Ml ferl aWvc tide-water; - W. F. JIathawav. Tresident.
oh M.ition reduced to freeiini "oint. J '
Tlie higher. mngc of the mereuful ojl-'j THE CEHBUS.
uu'ii, on the 2d, 1"..47; IokckI range, on the
24th, "X.W; range in the month, U.S8 inches, j The p0BnIatloB of KlBs in
MOI'-TfKF. 1 11.11 '
Rain fell to the depth of 6.?U intlie-
1870.
-iu 1 1
I860 end
I -tM
Rain Ml in the month of Augtiit of hut
Tear to the amount of 4.17 inches.
Mean atmospheric moisture amount to 78
jitr cent.
Ck-ir hky w a- to the elouda aa 3.3 U to 5.7.
KJ-'ML or TllKUMMEH TUtSUAl..
M.tximuni tciiilienttare, .TnneUOth, 103'.
Minimum l-nijieinlure, June 12th, 4tP.
Thermal ntnge in the miiimer, 57'.
M4Xi!:mni mean tcnienitnre. June :Jth,
'5 .
Mniiiisuiu nie.111 teniieitiiryTunc 7111,48".
1 hrrtii.il mean nitigcin the mnimer, 40".
Mein temiraliire of June, n7.7; of July,
SO", and of August, 74.3. t
M an tunperature nf thcMiuinier, 74'.
Mean Kiniierntinv of the t-umiucr of la-l
ve.ir, 73''.
Mi-.m ti-iiiratur' of the MinuiHT inonth
im 31 ear, 71".
I lungi-. tlrv.ilt-t ilimual ranges, on the
1 i;h and 3U of Align-.!, 351.
Mmii ilium il range, IW .6.
nxnoMKTRtC
I'ln' higln r.nuc of the mercurial Col-:
limn, Vugii't 2fith 2J.I7; loweni range,
.iigu4 2lih25.8,J. Ringeiii the dimmer
O.riSimhrt".
vowiruK.
i: .1.1 Ml in lite luonlh.of June to the
.l.piliif::.57 iiH'lu-.;, in July '3fSiuoliei
..nd in ugu-t .;! nirben; ineliiding U.iV
mi lii-s during the Mimuier.
Me.ni fall of win in the Minimei , months
a' Tori I.i'.tcnuorth fur 31 yearn was 13.03
pit In.
Mtnui aiiiiiphoric nioituic amounted
in 71 ir vnl.
Clouds were to a clear fky an 1.0 is o.l,
KLMAHK.
It will lie oliTved that the mean tcnijier
aturcofthe summer months was the mean
ol thirty -four year, yrt the thermal ranges
were uniiMially high. The month oT-June
fill three and a half degrees oelow Uic
.... . .. .. !. wti
mean. Hie mean icmiieraiuiv x "
liftpi-n xh of this inonlh fell tliirtqeuand.a.
halt degrees below the average. About tlu j
Official Figure.
We take pleasure in laying before The
Times readers, this morning, official return!
ofthe census of Kunsi.-, with the, exception
of a few new andTery thinly settled districts
which will probably not aggregate 2,000 in
habitants. Wealu give the official censU3
of 1860, and the comparison will bo cry sat
isfactory. For hvtance,' ten years ago, Wil
son County contained twenty-ireven inhab
itants; now it ha 6,000:
Allan .,-
Awlennn
Atcbixi -
BuiiTlniii --
frown -
Htitk-r
t"hi.... ...
Clowl - -
Chrrukrr .... -
Cl.r .-..-
toaVv ........
I Cowl;
lYawkipi
Iio
Dirkin.n ..
Hoiilph-tn" . .
loutu
FH11 -
KtKwortb
'rauklin . .....
tirrnwood -
Howard ...
Jicbon ......... ..........
Jfflrr"U .- ..-
awU .
Jnhgoa ... .
1btto, . .
IeaTTOwmlli
Una
Lto .-.:.:......'.......
Mtrlou . ... .-.
Marahall...
Sfcnicnxiu
MUnl 1...........-.....
MvutguuwrT. .
Morn
Nrinaha .................. ...-..-
Xwsho .
Nn.-..-... ....
tliige
1 Ottowa..
1 Pottawatomie
Ktibuc
Rlfry
Kook? .
Kak .1..
tali. .. -
hnlgwiok ...
Khawnpe.... .
Wtlwnwe
Wallacw
f-Washlngloii
Wowtmii -
Wyaudult ...
iivi t;o.
n.OM 7,023
3,- ,204
7.129 l.-,47i
. n.tut 1 t, 101
2,w i:,4no
... . ; .,72
M LOT
VJ.M
.... . 11,1117
1 2,S
... . i.M2 D.3U1
1,175
. - 7,t
. I, In.: .VMM
t,s n-
. n.mu n,io
.. . F.M7 21. fin
; im
1,170
3,ltVJ 10,2'
7VI 3, t5
.'.. 3,7"W
1,!N i.,I)'kI
I, I II.V2
... . . 20.7
i,.i n,n
,?;!
. i2,rjii, :u,2?2
fi,.rw 12, 19?
.3,IJI7 i,nlfl
. 74 W.T
.. 2,2') 7,2-A
:U7
1,PV 11.729
7,m t
.... 7M 2.2W
...2,J'7 7.2W
10,211
12i
i, in 7,mi
l.hfiS
. l,:r.-l 7,R
i, ism
.... 1,221 ..,101
.....
l.'-lKi
l.iJCS
S.KI" I2.I0
1,023 H.373
, 1 a7h
.., ." 1 ,,.,7n
27 r.,11011
l,4Wl n,7
2,WW !,!
TILEORHL
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FokzaoM.
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M(M AHpKV'A'kxr fAPTftXATES VATOVEOS
" A TRISOKEB.
Builin, Sei-C 3 Tlie following highly
iruportwit despatch has jurt been nude pa
lie hefer '
Beiwk Heuan, (France,) Friday;
September. , SiT-lica p. m. Fnm
Kwn WMui. (a,tkc. i: "A ouk-
ulation, whcrdiy the whole army 0 Sedan,
are pruoneiw 01 war iuh jok wn cvbkiuwu
with General Aiuaifeur, cvmamaawSag, in
rtead of TarKual MMalnm, who ia wc4nded.
The Kni'ror , fturrrndered himself to me w
he luw no command, and left everything to
the Regent, at J'ari. Hw residence I rha
apwint, alter' a'u interview with him at a
rendezvous to be fixed immediately. What ,3
courve event''; with God'n guklancc, have
taken." ' '
! THtMTWx IX UlNIKty. '
JaiMio.v, .Sept. 3 Xnn The news tf the
surrender of the Kmperor, and of McMa
lion' armtj h ereaied great exciteaent.
The amxietv in universal to learu whether
luMilitieM linve ceasnl, mud whether an unre
sisted occuiKition f raris will follow.
fKNLUAI. Dt FAJLEV SllOT BV UIU OUN SOl.-
IxiNOON. JJeiit. o The following iccial
lias jut lieen receivetl here:
"IiUf.tJ, SepL o mxni. Geo. lc
Failey ha-, lieen bbul, one account iy by
McM.ilion'a order, and others by Id's own
Mjldierf."
AT THK lUoi; UK THE BUTLK. ,
BusLtN, Sept. 3 Al the eloe of the great
liattlc on Thurvday, iu the vicinity of Sedan,
the Pru.vian8 hatl that place surrounded,
ami the roads to IVIgiiim and Paris in their
power, and MeMahonV commuuicatioiti cut
ofl:
R.-Vn.WoK THK 1AIN1WN TIMI.S ON MMA
HOSV CAMrAIGV.
IiSHoX, Sept. 3 The jfiMtays: Marshal
McMahoii liv :i Kerte of errors ha aggra
vated an initial error, and oomproraiBedthc
last chance of restoring the fortunes of France.
From the mas of unintelligible and -conflicting
telegrams, we gather that McMalnm
was p.roceeding lo the relief of Mety, when
he was encountered and driven by the GaT
man, who pur-ued ".o closely and con.-tiiitly
that collision wtre inevitahle', heme conflicts
havclieen rimitel all the week. There
was serious work at feeHan on lueoOay, wnen
McMahon reached the heights of Vaur,
- " tn
f abJtaaWwJ
ASOltifal
SVi4i
nWcKltkinil
thacBa4piaynB'nli."; The' "Belgian frotf
tieriahat i lew teiles off .k Strong detach
Bkta'aJw'Kcted Soil the Crown Trince,
10 cuwpierc ne enrironniem
Y'llaaatflfndfrrrrr' " '
MaAttil'yoif 'KJNO SrililAJt.
!ftaWV-M'falownMr dewefch'
iam to QdecnArignsta, Is
just iwde mhol"?. , ' ' . ,.
-"WEDAy, sept: l-ravm. xncoavmenas
raged since half right dockthis morn
ing. 'Our fbrcearve advanced victoriously.
The FbjBtth,' Fifth and Seventh Carps, and
the Barariins were .'engaged: The' enemy
wis almost entirely driven into the city."
THE BAVAKIAtf'AUCOt'NT.
McsicH, Sept-1-The Bavarian minister
hab received the following, dated near Beau
mont, Tuesday: 'A battle has just occurred,
in which we were victorious Tlie French
were driven over the? Menc. The first Ba
varian cnTii participated imeyTMrully.''
a ttVV a mi aisw -r JL 1 1 1. 4 T V
UIWJJJII A. AMIUrklA '; - '
THE
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107,201
.-'.,; 11
. . I ...l :!..: OCdiirii, n, u Irt rMlllilU. lull III fill'llt VtV.
1,111c the lili term comniuw,., -..- lwK"Sf ,- ,
latter half the mean went up six and ajiallj The eix lnrgest ihies in the State are in
aline the average for thirty-four years. jthe follow ingonler, and we give thu inpu
The night" too were proiortioittlIy cool, laiin'j.f all except Topcka, width w not
.n the high mean diurnal range (20. n) in- j tjj, iiarately by the AKum Marshal:
dieatcK. For manv consecutive of days the j iMiworth f-".f
maximum temperature between sun-ns and Xtchtem .'.'I.".'."."."..'." ; - 7,oit
Min-set average! ninety -ix degrees, mx- I Jffi-Zr,lZ'Z.7Sr. 71 V.TO0
fore nine in the evening, the thermometer J juneilon t4ty1..7 ! - .-s,tw
wt..ild rrfall to scvcnty-MX, vcventy degrees.
VothwitlHanding the fervent heal, ami the
i!) rmal extrems the city was never more
1. .ii..
10.11111.. !..... 1 1 ....
inch i-J. " rHacKnun, racj., was ewven cu.nr-
man, and A. S. Pcnfield, Secretary.
The liallot wa taken as prescribed iiiithe
call of the county committee, 134 lolluts were
ca4. The following raoni were electeil
delegate: .
' A. G. Ggwe)i!f,4UeJiiwie; T. b.
Towne, of Fairmoiint.
ADTERyATE. "
O. S. Hiatl, of Fairmount; John Huglipr,
I li. fall of rain wav three-Ui'irth ol an
.iluve the nitMiifor thirty -four vtarr.
rHwawry Jiertlwa; nl rirmonwl.
The jieople met in great nuiulr -die
m!t niimerons that ever met in this district.
w.-rn KetiirMi Tsar.
September oil, 1H70.
Tlii'mccnng wa chilled to onltr at 2
o tiock iu m. Ir- -f F- Wathany wa called
o the chair, anl W. F. (nblc elected Secre-
'". ,t ,ii r
The Ch 111 man rend the call, and yn mo-
ti-ii of W. F. Goble, a committee , of three
wre appointed on reKluliond. The cow-.
nittee coiisi-ied of W. F. Goble. L. C. Kin
. .ml mil W. a Cornfvrth.
The committee preentel -the following
resolutions, which were unanimously K
. 1
adopted:
Wiieki v?, The ' Republican party
Kansas has fcjuglit
lo bestow more,
in
ana
of Delaware. '
The following resolutions were offered by
Judge Gardiner and emphatically adapted:
ReW. That our delegation arc hereby
requested to u all honorable endeavors to
Mmn lK nomination of the Hon. ill iam
I Larimer, as candidate for the, office of Govex
jnor', ana to urge his nomination on the
grouna 01 nonewy anj capaoini, ms tvo
;ini mtulin4 im iiublic man. and.su&.nBf
IPgkcV; hW A the ...mbers.of .bejel- jrig
wration w no now rcunrn-iu m iii,-uu(iw,
R.Winf. That our delecates aieiieitri
and expected to consult with good n!lVu?
men from all parts of the State haijdjwho;
are the most proper and acceptauw nirn ior
the offices, and to aid in doing away, as much
mm possible, with the false ami pernicious
inrtrine. thai because a man haiilicns to live
:!: rrfiitiar nlar )i is inwi facto oualified
hia I f o hold office.
beftlifirf br the unholy measure- whose iWirrf, That in order to illustrate the truth
luccessit has been prostituted to snhserve,' ccflUiiied ni the reaolution, and to impress
yti tire llllliu 01 (liv; wnji.- .....
of the same; it w
than upon others of her defender, for, at.
levt the apparent devotion they have man
ifested towards the great fundamental pnn
uples of the party; and, ' ' ,'
Whkreao, Longre it bucame evi-
.l.t to the OCOPie 01 ivan-wi
.i.. tin. devotion. though',
thp beinninz. it may have been real,
i
.... ii.-i tli thllowins:
1. The unlimited squandering of the pub
lic domain, vast bodica having been placed
into the hands of railroads, and c4lwrgreat
and rich monopolies, for a price which has
Eencralle left a portion of the" public lands
V.. !,. hnds of said repreaentatives.' --'
2. Failing to ecore the impeachmewt of
Andrew Johnson, wnen-ina otjro ww
within reach, which we charge upon Senator
v. rr Kos. ' . ' '
The following charges, amorar others, apon r
which we arraign the non. oioney vatrae,
...... Rm.mrntaiive in the Lower House of
Congress, and wlio now 'pTesenbV himself
.imin few isir snffhure: "
"l. His doubtful action wkh reference to'
what is known as the Osage Treaty.
2. The great fraud which he has neaped
utwn tlie seatlers anon what ia knewa aw the
Cucrokee Seatral Land, awl; thwaagh this
tnnnrtmn. tkcdec(awi0n whkh. aa aa em-
it, lie hair tried to practice apnn the people
of Kansas be pretending to err down the
monopolist aid land-ahark and to he the
champion of the poor settler, affiagftcna; for
hisownexiwce and the e3usencf.hw
fatuHr, while, at the aame hiaaaeat, ha w
consriririgwithtlie BMaaerr kiap, forthe
unqualified betrayal of 1 their cotiidesoe and
the sale of their rights. -
1 ir action in tksaHutereawcerBiaaT the
scttien upon he VkAMMf wMi
..... fharweterac aa daatawMv. via thwc
nc neither aafaaV himself . from the grave
charge made ay theseadem aaadasttnm; nor
does be eren pretend to' be fneaaHr towards
their eMMrV . - L-a.lwi
4. HkaaMn-nla.qniidanediarin-,..,...1
r 1I1 iiamrr'rif thahiH fhrThrTT
uicnt of the Frice raid claims, in oraVr-thaJ
'Itnwied. That we are uald that Sid.
Clarke does not live in Leavenworth Coun
tv, and we sincerely condole with the ko
nfe'where he does lives, ami consider "Black
Boh" and his fellow-Indians unfortunate in
ever having made his acquaintance in
other word, that we utterly repudiate Sid
wev. Clarke, and are willing: to face the
-J. - .;,
music.
JBtsored. That our delegates ask the 5tatc
Convention to pass a resolution requesting
the next Legislature to submit an act to the
people, calling for a Convention at an early
Bar to revise the State Constitution.
The Allowing important despatch has been
received from Mr. Joy: r
DnBorr, Mich.,. August 29.
Bom. Thmo VmnttTi f C. J?.' .aVr, Jr.,
' Ignmuorlh, AVu ; - v
I was not able to net West last week. I
have letters from Perry, fWMfW and
Health's visit to him and their request. I
aaarasnosed to toih him and take tout stock.
i hatjl need a little time to consult my Eastern
friends. J.VJoy.
1 ' -
Knxmox OF DETJKUTiaV--The meeting
ffor theUction of delegates from High Prai-
T t -
, Sherman and Stranger townships was
hwhl atllarpeson's School -House yesterday.
John 'Hrrtehinson and H.H. Reed were
elected, delegates. The, was nnanr;
that here enme the Emperor on Tuesday. On
that day 30,000 of MeMahonV army was at
tacked, between Mousjonaisl Monlin. Thia
was the first battle of Beumont, reiort.d by
King William to the Queen. The French
were driven" over the Meuse, to MaUA-on.
The encounter on the oilier bank of the river
became general. The French were expelled
from Vaux, and only feeed about on Wednes
day, between" Daniy and Barilles, with the
meuse and Caere between tbeiu and the
enemy. A severe engagement occurred.
The 'Prussians turned the French right,
necessitating retirement on Sdan, before
w hich they again renewed the light on Thurs
day, when they were driven into that for
tress. THE EMPEROR SUHREKDERS IN PERaOK.
' LosnoxrAugUot 33:30 p. in. The fol
lowing from BerHn haa just been received:
'Tarticularc of the battle of the 1st are still
deficient, though al Paris it b thought the
mntrst resulted favorably to the rrench.
The Eniperor certainly made a demand for'
a truce by letter and then came in personally
and surrendered.-"'
A TRIBUNE CORRESPONUEST COM FIRMS RE
PORT or THE SURRENDER OF M'MAHON.
New York, Sept. 3 The Tribune's spe
cial correspondent telegraphs from Thion
rille, this a. m., thst Iwttles were fought
Testerdayi rTliey were bloody, but decisive.
They began' at 5 o'clock in tlie morning, and
lasted till 3 p. m. McMnbon was repulsed.
The Prussians made the attack, firing inces
wmtiy'sml furiously until half jmst 3 o'clock,
when the 'firing ceased and the Prussians
attacked w ilh bayonet. McMahou was driven
across the Meuse, en revte, it is believed, or
Sedan. The surrender of McMahon is con
firmed by messenger, and liy a number of
termans. i ne enemy is 111 lorco urar inc
frontier. Two hundred officers of eighty
eighth regiroemVof tlie line, wlw arrived at
Thionville in the evening, admitted MeMa
honV retreat, but knew nothing about the
surrender at Sedan.
RECEIPT OF THK VEVVS IN BERLIN.
Herein; Set. 3 The rwiiit of tlie news
that the Kniperor anjl McMahon were wpi
tulated ha ocisisiorteU mist prodigious en;
thusiasmV Thottftinds of peple throng the
streets, moving iu ranks with arms linked
singing patrinticsiwig, shouting ami cxhhV
iting even- other sign of enthusiasm.
TARTICULARSOF THEORFVP FATTM: PRK
VIOCV'TO I.HKiTHRENUI.ROF Jl'jIAHOX'i
ARMY.
Hrl-EI, S'pt. 3 A Miecial to the New
York"7 i"6iwic says: "Mi'Mahon is com
1ktclvlitcn and shut up in Sedan. One
liundfeil French wddier sovight rcfugeoii
llclcian ttrrhorv and were disaniKsL The
Pru-iahshrclietwci'n the frontier and lh"
northern fortrenH-'. McMahon has proKi-
blv lieen cut oil' from the la4 road left him to
Pari-.
BAZMM: HA F.LIN vMPI.ETEI.Y BEATEN
liefore Metz by Prince Federiik Charles.
BVZAINK ATtLmPTs TO lOKt-E HIS WAY OIT
-OFMI.TK. i' I
Jm:ein, Sept. 2. The following official
dejiatches are receivtil:
Xi:tK MKTZ,Sept. 1.
From the moming of the 31st of August,
till noon of Spjit. 1, Baxaine, with seventl
eori, uiiiMcrrupteaiy auemjHeu io uit
out from Metz, in si northwardly direction.
Under 4lie chief direction of Prince Freder
'ick Charles, Gen. Msnlcuflel deteatcil all
these- attempts in a furious engagement,
which may lc dnignated .ls the battle of
Moivville, and the enemy was thrown
hack into the fortress. The First and Ninth
11. rim and m division of Kunnestcin ami
Iaindwehr, and the Twenty-eighth infantrv
brigade jortiapated in the engagement.
The principal fights were ut Lerigny, Nouse
ville umi Rctaufa. The losses are large.
The enemy n kx-sta were very heavy.
M'.MAHO KriORTfl TO BISCL-K MrTj! HAVE
A1LE1.
Yarjlnes, im Berlin, Sept. 1. McMs
hon's efforts to rescue Mute liaee failed in
cun-equeiice of the detud he sustained Tuev
da v, w hen be lost tw enty guns. The French
low whs immense compared wkh the Prus
isn' The Uhlaimaud dismounted hur-iars
took near Sedan two strong positions, in spite
oftliedetcnuined resistance of the French.
OHICIAI. REPORT :IK THE UETEAT OK
m'mahon.
Builin, August 31 10 p. m. The fol
lowing official report has been received here
from headquarters of the army at Bmancy, a
town of France in the province of Ardenmv,
tweniyimueb southeast of Metieres:
' "BtiftNcY, August 31 The French army,
under command of McMahon, was attacked
by our troops, to-dav, in the neighborhood
of Beaumont. The French were driven back
towanw.thei Belgian frontier. The French
encampment .was captured. The French
arroyi was pursued lor miles, ana tnn pursmi
only ceaned through night coming on. The
number of 'guns and prisoners taken by us
Jias nut yet been estimated, on account of the
great extent of tlie battle field.
ll LATER PARTICULARS OP TIIE BATTLC
' ' Areon, "Beloicm, Aug. 31. The follow
ing later particulars of the. battle between
Crtrigeah and'3Iauzuu, whkh resulted in the
defeat f McMahon, have been received -in
this cilr: "Auer the battle and overthrow of
McMahon's forcep, which had opposed the
f'mM TYinr arntr. tlie Primuans wic-1
torioiisly entered Carignan, driving the
French before them, towards the frontier -o
Bclgirint. Tlie Prussians; ardently attacked
and pBrsued the French. The Ices on both
sides is very great The Prussians' captured
a number of pieces of the French artillery J
including 'four mitrailleuses. Fighting was
renewed thw morning at Arorigny, between
Sedan and Montmedy.
HOLDING THE LtSE OF RAILROAD BETWEEN
TJtlONTTLLE AND 3UZIERX9,
patch" to the'WeBternfr;r5ssBi',haril.
iwrtint: - " ''"'' ' ' ' " ' ' ' '
'liosim.v. .Vol. 2-2:TWi. m. I'hc fol
lowing -Jlaial AeajiBWlMCsOtilJIivl
111 Belgium, a few milcsfruinbedaii,tliid.iy,
(Sept. 2) is just made "public. The luttle
yestenhiTV was vary fctamratid.realtedrdi
Lstrously for lire Freueawlwho rctrealeil
on Mezii-rtf. The Pru-si.ui-: now ocwipv
Giveiine. a few wile lo the iiorthi-a-t of
ffedan. tu . I ' : 1
Some 10,000 ofiiitri and soldnrs of the
French army wr- forceil into Belgian terri
tory, .where they wore required to inlantly
surrender their aruiiN Great iiuiiilnTh of
woumleil have aln betii admitted into Belgi
um for humanity's sake. f
IKCITs OF PRt6IAN VUvTORY.
XJSL0N, Sept. 2 The following, dated
August 31st, is jtm made' public at Berlin:
As tlie succes'cVrf Wednesday covered k
wide a region the1 particiilaj-s" arc omfuscd.
It is known, howeTer,' that the Prufsiaps
lutvc captured twenty gun.,' eleven' mitrail
leue., and 5,000 prib'ncrsJ '
'RCM0RED DEATH OF SAPULtXjN.
laJNDON, Seit. " -The death of Napoleon
wa rumored this afleniooii. bur iarticulan
are so conflicting tlint the cfl t at Etchmgc
wa.s not markeil.
FA7.AINE LNDEAYURa H CT HH'w'AV OUT
hr"Miny.
Iainpon, S-ptl 22:10 p. 111. A di-sp.dch
from private 'source announce that on
Wednesday, the 31st, Baxaihc undertook lo
ut his war out from the shelter of the forti
fications of 'Met r. 'Thelwitlelacdsll day
and tlie next evening, 'when,"' on Thurslay
morning, "he ,!w as again 'drlvi'ti within the
walls. Iartcn'"'cf'reniilr re'vtre mi tsith
side. 1 "
PRIM'i: VmAKI W TtlANK. Ill" -OIHH R"..
IiONDiiN, Sejt. 2. Frinve frtslcrick
Charles yesfcrdav thankeil hrftrooiw 011 th
liattlefieid for' their gallantry. Tlie fourth
army,' coiuHi-ed' orij.indwtlir, hai already
dutingut'.hed if-n.
wmtitiuvMZd
neatra nterierc.
, ITALT.UKY.
Ttafcr'a course is received wkh especial sus-
pkfcm. aad the MeckleBhanj, wny go
wtaUpiierAkaceaa apreeanUon. , r'
j ,r ni -r ' .
!"l shtni namATaat'
aVsaaTamammf Mmr--m--tt-aVaa -a-a-SMSfatVt
-f'
I I9tdal Unpsteh to thelimo.
Totbxa, Sept 3. The Diatrict Conven
tiaai haa adionrned. after elecuBs: four anti-
Clarke delegates to the State Caavention,
heaaVd by T. J. Andenon. The vote stood
nineteen againtt Clarke to twelve for him.
The other district in this conntjr elects anti
Clarke delegates by a vote of nineteen to nve.
The Oarkeitefl died hard. They had spent
so much money that Ihcy luted to give it
up, bat had to yield. If h had been neces
sary, nine Clarke delegates would have been
thrown out of the convention on account of
Ine people of the State the adoption of the
constitutional amendment providing against
the diversion of the public school fund for
sectarian purposes.
Tbe folknrineT additional nominations
were made to the McCJwg ticket: Register
of Lands. Joseph H. McGee; Saperintend-
lent of Public Instruction, Geo. P. Beal;
Judge of the Supreme Court. Sand agner ;
Lieut. Governor, A.J. Harlan.
On the reamem tiling of tae Iioerai xsepuu
Ikauw who left the regmlar Convention this
a. m., Carl Schurz wasmadi imminent Pres
ident, and the foUowina; ticket was nomi
nated: Governor,. B. Grata Brown; Lieut
Governor J. J.'Groesuy; &axtr of Sute,
E. F. Wingal; TreWjrer,.S8'l F. Havs;
Auditor, Daniel M. Draper; Attorney i)etf
era!, A. T. Baker.
The platform of the liberals is the same a
that of the regular Convention with the
excention of the following, which wa stil4i-
i toted for the third resolution:
I ' X.rl If. !. TJuVrnMLll.tl, ttirli"
stands pledged to remove all disqualinca
tion and restrictions imjioseil upon the late
z.i. . . . . . ... .. m.j i rebels in the same measure, asuie siuni 01
rraM,Hwe Baaeimugn wnu ooing . ftIoTBUr nulTdieoMt and my bcWi,
Osage amnly hs also gone anti-CJarke. i tc1, wujJ the rafety ,f the loyal people.
You do vmir duty tonight. . RtaAud, That "we consider tliat time to
' J have arrived, and we cordiallv endur-c the
TuiMOlVaVniX. f action of the Legislature of Missouri in &ub-
,i. ". 7L TVVVir , "mining io the qualified voters of the
11 l,TTL . - IStoto the amenLenU nmovinc al!
Olathe, Sept. 3.-Ae have selected Ml jjHluallDcatiOIH from the dbfran-
anti Clarke and two Clarke delegate. 'chisel people of Mh-iHiri, and con-
--- J fcrring equal lolitiraI rights and privileges
FROM LAWBEH CE. ' tin all classes, ami we earnestly recommend
j them to the pwple for their approval and
I adoption. .
The follow lngauiUtionai nomination!, were
msdp mi the Brown ticket: Register of
b v ' ST. LOUIS SAW W0MS.
;i-JiU
u niiir.
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS.
..1
' .iii
t '
'in"
BO O RES ,0.
MvscTAciraxBs or
t
EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
rHAfrCE.
PRINCE NAPo"I":REEUiTeTO HETUH2.-TO
rRANCE AND If.TRIPPEb OE Ulfe R.VNK.
London ' Setit. 3.' TlieKtnpiCeq hns re
quired' Prince' ifapoTeon to return to Pari.
He has refused, and sdecrce has het;ii issued
stripping' him of his rank ijfl'rincc and Sen
ator, and withdrawing, his peurion.
1 THE tSBEtaf EYED MONSTER.
London, Sept, f 2. Paris p.ipcr. notice
angrily that Prussian victories strengthen the
London stock marketj' alio Ihit Piirice
Humberf, Crown Prince' of Italy, and wife,
have 'c6ngTatnlatl Prussia on her rue-
HTARTLli-G RUMORS -VND tUTOOJIY F0REBO
"IlINc. '
London, Sept. L" -The" fl-j6anc corres
pondent at Parfa writer, on Wctlnesdav eve
ning: "The majority in the Corps Legi;
latifsliowno real regr? nt, thc attacks on
Protestants, and miiiitcr3 decline to promise,
that Prefects guiltv of evasis.'ratuig mobs
- .ir..." t-.11 i :ir t 1 t
against 1 rvtesisniH-,sii.iii.is; uimiiivu. h
such liiatters the injwer, ofjhe Kmperor i,
as Picard hintcil, supreme, an'd the' Empress
favors' religious perruon, even iu this
crisis.
The Prefect of Police" propaes Jo, allow
certain' Germans to remain in Paris on cer
tificates of their good'ehararter. The'" Ftym o
and other jouftrals protest saying that twoplc
will then take police'work iff thar own hand",
adding when the rnis.ianf arb exterminated
the English will come ncit. ' ' , "
An impartial.' corrcspondcni-e Iroiif "Paris
ivpresents that icrrorisni js Jjecoming an epi
demic in the rural distrietb of France. Men
of known' Hemocratii" idea-' ar presided as
sympathisers with the enemy.
The Prussians, as they advai.ie, require
the people to give up, 'their ariiir, keep the
doors of their houses unfastened, windows
uncurtained anil shutters, oiieni -
The British 3fofwf J"Wsay s, tint it ia
assured that 'statements' as to the dehilitateil
anddoiilKfulVtale" of the KtuperorVi heallh,
arc well fonndeil. Dr. TreHi'lt Hewitt, of
the St. Gtsirge Hospital; visited the Einpe
ror professionally. ' Tlie consequences of the
kiiuful ami wearing 'vesicular and prostatic
afltilioiii, nddcil lo rtsTlit fiitigiift:, Isslily
awl mentally, nave nocn sucu inai ai auv
moment a startling annoiincciiuiit may I
made.
bissial De.ati:h tt tlsfTunef.
Lawrence, September 3. Every ward
in South Lawrcuoe givw large majorities
agahvt Clarke. In North Lawrence there
were frauds of the most Fhamelere nature. A
train from Wyaudotle was voted, ami the
Sixth War! of North Liwrence polled 220
vote- over 100 votes more than there are
voters (Peni(sT.its and alH, in the ward.
Counting ihc fraudulent vces, Clarke has
fort -four majority iu the District. The
Sixth Ward vote will be contested and thrown
out, thus giv ring the four volcu of thii dU
trict against Clarke.
rROM fORT SCOTT.
ltlal lv-iwlcli 1'itlir Tnni.
Fort ScoTr, Seit. 2. Lowe hao carrie.1
all three wartU of our city almost unani
mously. Dry wood towiwhip to hear from.
The Clarke men imported wagon loads of
railroad hands from Misvjuiiaml attempted
lv ontrol the elevlion in Scoll township.
Tlie judged adjourned until to-morrow, when
the fraud will not be attempted again. Scott
towiuhip id almuot iiuaniiiioUd for Lowe, but
without counting Dry wood and Scott town
ship Lowe ha fifteen out of twenty-five
drlrgates iu the district, which insures our
three delegate.? to Topeka for Lowe. Clarke,
had lilt tifty-seii votes in the city. The
other districts of the county will be solid for j
Iawe.
s i.l Drrntt!i tlluTim
Fort Scott, Sept. -Tito delegatesjn
the Fiftieth District, and one in tlie Fifty-
first, elected delegates, pledged and inatnicted
forD. P. Lowe. The Fifty-second District
elected one delegate for Lowe aud the other
i? not vet heard from, Isit will lie for Luvve
without dotiH. Bourbon County will come
up solid against Sid. Clarke. Cherokee
Countv is unanimous forjudge Lowe; strong
anti-Clarke resolutions were adopted there.
I.iiiii County id solid for Lowe.
Lands, Fred. Solomon: Superintendent ot
Public Instruction, Ira, Duval; Judge ot tlie
Supreme Court, David Wagner.
An Irishman who was found guilty of
stealing a lot of coffee was asked by the mag
istrate what he did with it? "Made tay
with it."
INSURANCE.
COVENANT
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPINY
it V
355 Vpn TPjSnKI-KJX SntaaaK
LaaaaaV Pf BaaaaaK
naamW tfaaT'C L f A .LaaaH
SE mM m itis3snaMiens Lm&
WKm ' MANlsTqnHHaill9i '. F
m -.
or nil the
lcst:r!ptlous now ucI in. tbe Uaitctl Slate.
TlieicwJ-v.l.iTCsyiiii.iiautUr.luidlneie unce 1561. They '""on'ihrVn1
Tiitli tsoVs p.... 1-. ate we-UvItuively en tbc Pacific Ceat. and ariToved by mUl men wherever te-n.
FOR SALE AT OUR WAREHOUSES.
2U LaKeatrcel.
CMC3G9, IU.
5tt 1(U .
11C and 113 Vine street.
St. Louts, Mo.
76 Carondelet street.
Mew Orleans, La.
SUMMER, C.'OOUS.
FROM NOW UNTIL FALL,
Our coi!st3it turn will be io close out our
IE JST. TIEE STOCK
rRt'MNI.
kIM. W II. MAM UROtO
sn.F KMrtiuir:.
U1NP1W. !5eit. .5 llie Uerm
inir King William to
lwror of Ocrmanv,
Till: KlNd Ol'f PKUsMA ci:i-i li TO KIJHT
dot-lir.
fi ,
iipt-
iui .ire urg-
hiniM-lf Kin-
rROM OTTAWA.
si-Tiiil Pt-iwtch to thTiBie.
Oitawa, September 3. In thi3 District,
T. C. Sear-, J. K. B.icr, and W. F. Hob
day, all anti Clarke, are elected ilelagates,
with preferences for Moonlight. In the
Northern District, Win. Jiiman and James
Jbirnctl are elected, with uncertain Congres
sional preference?, smd George T. Pierce.
Clarke is overwhelmingly defeated aj a
caiididate for the Iegislature in that district,
by Kiihanl E. Jennes, anti-CUrlte.
Ojc-aEAXx.laBect in 1BB8.
1 tH."r'4 4Hi
FROMWYAWDOTTE.
llttwl ,li'Stch to the Tiiio-. 1
Wiaspotte, .Sept. 3 The five Wan
dolle delegate jre anti-Clarke, Milt.
mssonRi.
THIS OLD RELIABLE
Mubtitamtial an Economi
cal Life iBBjaraace Com
pany RctHraetl to Itw
Policy HeMerN,
AprU iHt
1870,
Split in the RFhlicaB Convention.
Brown and McOlurg Both NominaUd.
Two Full Tickets in the Field.
OVCRTURFi Ol' .M I.M rtOK.
Lunn',' .Sept. --fX"'" .corJMiwifoii of
v, and CouimeriialSlid'otlier ilil'orgi
t
3Ution, h"ic'ifnitwl
King of
in' An iiddres-4
fthii
r.ini-
to I In
niMua, .11 tin- Inoi of the t icrmaii
Confederation; tirges lit- in.ije-te to rcjeil
sny overtures of meilnlioti,t .uid jiroecute
the wsrtilla perm.inenf.j'iW cut ! teem
ed. A similar jddr-S will l pn.-iiill !
the King of Kixony. f
ir!AT BKirAi. ,
n.i)a:ii'3.oFiu.KJ.ri.!aKv
LoxpoyJ Sept. i The B,iti-h Mediwl
.hwrnal sayajtliat Dr. Honitt, of St. GeorgeV
Hospital, Iws been tumm,oneil to France, to
attend the Eniperor. t
U0N0K TO IARRAIjLT'o Jtt-MOKV.
The, British fleet al .Spithead, esterday,
honored (the uiemon, of Admiral Farr.igut.
, i B-aAHIA. .
BFJOIUSIJ AT-MUNH.H.
MK.iCH-Jept. 2 There is inten-e delight
nmong all dassef of peOple' at the prowess
exhibited by the Bavarian corpd in the bit
tics near BeauiHontii FLigs are flying' from
public buildings and ekenhere, and citireiis
paraded Ihc streets with IsmiN of niu-ic, lun
nerH, and traiiiaBoMtjjminlrbeitJoverii
ment authorities cnthusiatliuilly cheered.
Yesterday there 3 a. reunion of Jibaral dep
uties in Chamber lo respond to thcumto
cation of notables in sedon at Berlin. King
Louis was duly uot'i6ed.'uA congratulatory
telegram wa? 'penLt'oE William on the
field of battIelaoell a to :i Ikrlin meeting.
Tlie Kiiig.- in' reply, exjiread hu joy and
thsnks! for the conndeiKe.f Baaria, and as-
eured the deputiqi ihtbia'conibst of giants
would retUltj to, tlie nonor0oi, jjaioria anu
Germany.'"' - ,
A DIVIDEND
or
I 'D HAKE A ChfLLS SWEEP OF EVERY ARTICLE Sol' SUITABLE FOR
J.MI AM l rL Tni d lx oKDl:R T(J no rJS
1
rULLY, EFFECTUALLY Ac WITHOUT RESERVE
AW Lai h' 'ic vci cut 1
can I'Mtvi'i-tit, sua tun
'iTiiMhK iinon -mil yi i:M'i iiin:; orr ii-cjIm-u, "
ux,t tlioa int.. C.Vbll. XI ''"m ummr- Itt tuipeti'y "'
lliat leaiMv
ar:uic-ani
THE OOOD3 WILL SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
Cir .--(' V 11 iy sifrj-iire, eul
L1V1. HlhlMJi. I r-'"1"-'
m nit iUKiiiiiumI to kei it e, ut uiake our busine- . thon,uiilr
Daily Arrival of Fresh Goods all the Year,
TenruB Oasli ti3.ct Ono "&roy.
M ILSOX A KEITH.
F.IMILV UITTEIIS.
GREATEST REMEDY OF THE AGE.
r
;verybodtT(
8 1-8 Per Cent.
1 -1 -
BErjERKEaVJK
Baa?
ATl'atta.
Leavenworth ann:
Beklrt, Aug.,1 Evening. Despatches
received here this evening, concerning the
orjemibns(of lhe' arniv of Frince Frederick
Charles, announce that a Prussian army
holds thc-line of, the railroad extending be
tween Thionville and Meziere.
DETAILS ntOX A TTHRCjrE COknEgTOSrjBWT.
XEwYonntSent. 1. A London special
to the Tribune airs: Whether the battles of
Beaumorit or' Carignan were fought on the
same, day, or two successive days, seems
doubtful. -McMahon has been caught with
his army 'astride the Meuse, attacked by
superior forces on, both, sides, and beaten; he
ws aUrendy1 attempting to retreat. Finding
the enemy on his nana:, and his commuBlca
tioas threatened by the German, he 'wasted
no tifcie. ;bnt attacked 'wherever he conld
reach the enemy.
TKe cefntrr-sli6ut Eti'in and Verdun' is
filled with troops. The' Crown Prince of
Saxony held the, right bank of the Meuse,
whileTthree Saxon and Bavarian corps ad-x-nonBnriney.
'TheraatleofCaxignan,
official details of which are wanting, was
snriarmllv the most iaifiiartant. It was
'foueht traderthe KsapererV ere.' McMahon Fhnrt. ' - ni
" . . .- t . I TT
EXPlUtVfc' PBOTIiTAVTS AND PBCc3IAKe.
There' i great" local 'excitement tliroughout
the French departments against tlie alleged
sympathisers, with the P,ru-!imi5vaiid nols-b"l-
against'theTrotedtaalk
"The JHuaifriu- Eavs nianv of the Prussians
who -arc jurf expelled , 'from Paris were ac
tively pluttfugag-iinst Frautc, ' It ia said
the police luvc'dtrcovered a cas of Prussian
uniforms in thelionie of jjjmspected ireon.
Manv expelled (.Jermans have given false
reports'of till RirrasMpS! were co'nfiie'llcd
to undergoS lrnisr are leaving rapidly,
tkoiWh ivrmissiini to remain has been given
i ! lmJ ifl!.ul.aMM Mla.wn 1. .raif k
in a nuBWJrroi iHswtiiiTTi mutjc trtc ..v
doubt -at iroicr conduct on the part of the
applicant!-.
In the torpn IiCgiIaiif Tuesday, Deputy
Johhwof' Bordeaux protesfed:' against the
accusation of ' ProteMant ini France. He
afBrnted that 'this' was rKrt'jsjtriotic,' and said
the ProlestantB were 'rsady tW sacrince their
ITresfdril fortunes in defence of their coun
trr. " ' T '
' The Minister of the'Interioftiudsuchac
rontuaat (wthw WBetbY'W.,,Franee. He
kneir aH- Frenehnien srere nineed with the
same sentiment. He would cause -It lo be
pubfcbed in all the coasmunes of. France
that, first, religion now is patriotL-uu This
was greeted wkh great applaase. f
, wrwaawrftxsroRos-RJiAS-v-.
i - 'J--' rribifnai r-
Tin,2Ith: Three reatnresrmies are forming,
which consan cbieny. of Landwehr and re
serves, bnt. partly: 'aawr, troops jouag 'men
whoat.ihabreak f .the war 'volunteered
fTO'bfAa their rinfe . .
TKs-vfcMsrecfBrfa.'whotntimeoi peace
wanUaothaveiieen'calied M oerorc ucto.
I bcr, will be levied inuaeiVately 16 be hastily
rdrilkd. . -r I r -r .
OtsPrV!vsitorsBingat Lotngae, me
secoaatat ikrlin'and the thirl at Hamburg,
in raatimcte, a-wkr ike ttake ot Jsecjus.
" .... . 'I H- ' M.
ruiiiananias m person.- rne deieat' was
JBJlnaaaat.inHSfBKJaSsl .taKUMttt m! trf
w oil ,rt t;.i r .e. ae 1 rr . .... ..v VI" r vzl
toons njauasi nm,t t larx- , m ?iir . i tTusaan fntismn-jncjuaen conkl-ontr tall
m v.- -I lkba Sedan, fneIogfuvwfro other bit-
T-vT1ie inovement 01 troops 1 very "ttiTe.
R ikniiMnil oinrHcWHlit Iiii'lit to fill
Miki trttinfr Veiinent?.-niM' more WaU
.Iuikhhik Cit, Sqit: i 2:'Jtt, p. in.
TheConeulioii met at 1 o'clock, a. m. Mr.
II.imii-1, from Committee n Kcsoliitions,
presented a majority report containing a
series of resolution? ilwfaring the Radical
mrty in favor of removing thesiin'rage dis
iiiufilioatiom when consistent with the safety
of 4 he loyal iieople. Alio a minority reiiort
asiniing with the majority report in every
part cve,it the iiuestioii of suffrage, 'arid de
claring lhat tue lime lias now amiwi w 1111
the dUipialitication should lie removed.
An evi.itiiigilisciiv.ioii followed the reort,
whkh continued until 1:30 p. m., in which
Mer. Schurr. Haren', Fiar, Harden, Tur
ner, Dvcri Stover, Haywooil, Omck, .Shep
herd, Fletcher and Jewell lwrticipated,
ciich miiilter Iwing allowed ten minutes.
At l-i'W a ote was rcii-Iied on the adoption
of Ihc ininorilv rcort, wlikh was "rejected
hy 4:?J ats to Hl'2 nay. The majority
repoit was then adopted.
Ininiediati'lv after announcement of the vote
Jcn. John McNeal, of Jt. luis, aroe
and formally announced that the libcrarUe
Iub1icans would withdraw from theComen
tion to the Senate Chamber, wh:ch was done.
The liberals at once organised in the Senate
Clumber. Thev appointed General McNeal
temporary Chairman, and after transacting
the usual preliminary burincsT took . 1 recess
till 3 o'clock.
The regular Convention al-o took a rece-.
It is expected the Convention will finish their
business this evening.
At the eveuing nes,ion of the regular Con
vention, MiClurg wa nominated by accla
mation. St. Loci?, Stpl. 2 Tlie regular Radical
Convention at Jeflerrou;City this p. m., nom
inated the following ticket: Governor, James
McClurg: Liciitenant' Governor, ".Sec
retary ot Stat-, John II. Stoner; Treasurer,
rii:innvr 1. Fillev: Auditor. G. A. Moser;
v - :: ... . .. !-
Attorney General, . a. jonnson. xne
following resolutions were aIo adopted:
f&n,'io', That we congnitnlate the country
on the great blessing's developed under the
niKinmnf the Republican party; the general
prosperity, pcaee'and good order prevailing
throughout th'ia Stated the rapid1 disappear
ance of the ravage of civil war; the securi
ty of the rights and' prosperity of the people,
a'nd the rapid dimuniton of tlie national and
State debts, under economical adminktratiou,
and the extension of civil and political righto
tothobewhobut yesterday, lived among in
as slaves.
R'zolreJ, That we are strongly-oppo-ed to
all schemes to repudiate any part of our
Stale and national debt, and firmly pledge
the good faith of the Republican party to a
conscientious discharge of cur public obliga
tions. Bcwfrcrf, That wc are in favor of Te-cn-franchising
those justly disfranchised for par
ticipation in the late Telwllion as toon ai it
can be done with safety to the State, and we
concur Hi "tlie propriety of the 'Legislature
having snbmitted to the whole people of the
State the question whether such time has
now arrived, upon which question we recog
nise the right of any member of the party
in rote his honest convictions? .
Retoirvf, Thaf we rc-oppoier' to 'the j
alienation of our public domain to private
corporatHms to the exclusion of actual set
tlers, and that the public lands should be
held in trust for "tlie landnvs and laboring
men of the country. That we are hvfaror
of as rapid a reduction of taxation as will' he
consistent wkh tbc conscientious discharge of
cairraiblicobthjariohs, and such a reform 1n
the revenue service as will simplify the tnoue
of collecting taxes' and reduce the munhtrof
officials employed for that purpose; and that
we, are opposed to any system of taxation
which will tend to the creation of monopolies
and benefit one industry or interet at the
expense of another.
BeaW, That while we as Americans feci
in date bound to preserve a just and equit
able neutrality in the contest now" raging in
Europe, yet we cannot forget that in oer late
war the sympathies and material aid of the
German States were freely green w and we
do not hesitate to declare our Trnnuallfird
sympathy with the earnest efforts of the
imaal nsdrr. and e condemn the course
whkh the DeBBMfcle of the countrr
has mmss. ami is'now noTsennr. in : support
of -a despotic and imperial dynasty, and x
OK THEIR
eml-iam..
WCnp-s wsnteit IncTfrj tnwn in the Mate.
To tlioM" arcutomd to tbe tn-inei", extra Inducc
uirntn otlertil.
SAMUEL F. BURDETT,
102 Delaware St.,
ZPZ
f "''XSi j.a ala-TM I i -':TTB,,,M'
FAMILY BITTERS.
SURF. CUBB ZTO& DYSPEPSIA!
ill AS. V. WIGGIAS V BRU.,
1MK Aortli I-il'th Street, St. I.ouit, Mo.
-u.
Agent
for
ST. LOUIS ADTERTISEMENTS.
WHEN YOU BOY A
COOKING STOVE,
II 13 M.VMMV IO
Got Tho 3Best!
3 X , O 4 S
'' '. .r. ,!:aw,- . -
t'HEM LAXHS FOR SALE.
rr?H aiT Xsj.Kris
SOI.' OX I.OXCi TI.HK.
POTTAWATOMIE
EKSERVE RANDS.
LAND J?EPARTMEHT
j'l ' 1,7 IU r
ATCEISOJf. TOPEKA
BAWTA Fu-KAIIiEOAU COMI'ANY,
T0PBKi, KANSAI5.
tins or'Pi' r ahJwowjjU! rr
1
' tOb JAtfc
Hre been sold in the last tyro years,
and not one has foiled to give
THKT ASK
Universally Acknowledged
Tks Best Cooking Itore Made
t wll.RSkBKon. isn
STAND UNRIVALLED
ForUnifomitv in Baking,
Far ecoBOawy in the w of Fuel,
For Daa-ahilitv and Oentrenience, -
aMj thus ruriiT aturtAiio.s m
THE WAHT8 OF WESTESN PEOPLE
1
ss.hu ros raiiL li&t 10
Xzcelsior Manufacturing Co?
1 1
12 14 31. Main tit.
ST. LOUIS.
atif26dAwl07
IN LOTR TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
rbc'-tlcbisttl l lj of l-jnl Lnr 3 tlif
t
I'utaHtoiie KcxvrsiiHoii,
, I.0J.TA1M-O
8BO.OOO i.03EIE;S.
Ifcui uuecf Ibf fcnijt tutts-.f
HitIiic the UI.-iT Ol" WAThK jnl a jinllvii'toT-
FINE ari3M:i3E!H.-
A
Iliu.? Laid roiw oCrrJ in Ul- i-n the hf I
tii-jc imesM' tcii'it. bnic wi rivi. iivr' mil
ivn it rrutJr t 1 a cc.l y k ii" m. j ti-!ow-i
AlliiiijltLcpun,bur ooe I1W1 tA.h, )il!i
inl rt fin ijf'-iir-l l-jymcnt fr oie rar
ijettS'J TMr im inuii-nt ixiiiui I. iTt i'iit-t
(.r mi" r. IjiIi iiir liiTfattrr ou-tillli it
ttniMiK I''tliT with intirT iii inii-mnii'l--rr"lj,i'-aKUt.
rit,r.jrti-ulir sri') I'l'TIJic .
1. I.. J,1K!..
tar.U Cmnilrsioncr A. T. it n. r.K.K. Co.
MEDICAL.
. v-w 1
" u vc!W '
TOPEKA, KANf AS.
XEBICAL.
cansthws- 'war 1 against a fwnple 'diring
peace wd asmag to pmest unerty.
OLD DB. W1XBEB
rpHEATft ALL PKn'ATt: DISEASES. -YIH-I
11L, all forms tonorrfcia, let. Mrwnirr,
At. , rorapWtriy naditatrd. That bsv of t rr -saltiat
final aeu-abn, erodacioc unmsnlinw.
MTfoaS debOitr. irritabilltr. cruptim.., mibsl
esUsnon aa4 fisaUy impntracr, prmmwlr
cared, .lkdktnn pxpparcd la the ettaMbbsitnt,
,eidi esaticatss ct, tmrptioa and waiting rsora,
alio tMsidineand VTln apartmnu fcrpiUent
MiilriMUlr nrmaat atteatina. andTaporaml
ctlcmlfsTastlw, Uias rnarrWoliOK ananl mill-
ml SBdaca. Both w, marrifl or vr.gir, innrr
tmM na'aaatanrtinn. indnlchrr r pspnsnm.
2, alr and t ctiml. "So matlT alw hflr
Ua4 srkat he sirVii bh
TT aMl ttri;. i twuaUW r.I
treated aireiuny, at "flit and illnrrrthp
rnUHITW in. lr-ny wHaui.
t. ls.ii. Ma. Jlft.ir-, ;
ankd,, atassyaorrav.
asaaairf. mi in r
Is AN9S I IiAXD ! !
t
100,OQO ACHES
BURSAS l.S KK HALE.
ll-UIK-n L.KDo '.VF.KE bTAX'TCl ISlt-'f
I tnH i'ani0nc the lirat in the sutc. Ttx-r.u
ill Iwrnlr AifftmA ejanti". tcif nlrca of nturU
harp. "
J leave to-nigut. The three reserve a runts are Eextmi) That we cordially recomuiHid lo( rr'ia4w
ac VkfaMtnn ssa.
La. m. tp p. bi. miikij,
9 a. m. tall a. ra.
l.IXlH.0
wt of tbia sn; nrar TO"', or within r-ltli-um-bk.
C)ii-i'I-nnsth'iiui:iyaa'l3caliua, tfc-r
:rf.ba 1
Cheapesti Lands fcr Sale in the State.
Eeitr From Til w Tea PoUars tfj arre.
1'i.t Ksnicubrs, a-Urcss T. II. V.AI.kI.U,
.j'J-rf
ThMlJt'iswoitthftroiieU Howl purllior yn 1!-ftrc-l,
anil turn all humor-, froia tbc wont fccrof
ula t a toiamon Eruption. 1'imr.lrs ami tlotchfs on
the Uf, aul uilr or ronsh itln, which are such
aunvwu,; U.uiuhcs to raaiiv touds Jinonj, yl(M
to the uc of a few bottles of tins tromlfrfiii mll
cice. I lout out- to fc.gal bottlii) cure Salt Itboa;.i,
KrvsliH la , ScaM HcaJ. IJin ; Vrmi', Bolhi, Seal.'
rriiptiniii of thr fckln. fccrofula Kim, Ulccr sik!
"CunWtr" In the Mouth and b'.omach. It Is s
pwc miliclnal extractor nitivo roots anl plants,
tomhianig In harmony Nature' uicst Hveri-uu
curative jn-rtics, which tlo-l ha intilll into
the Ttct table kmjdoni for liralins thi" s'clf. It I a
cicat rtorr 6r the strength and vigor ot tli- y v.
Win. Thirw whoarelansuM, slcplw. haen.r
vous .ipprehcnsioiK or fear-, or any of th aCtctioti
svmptoioaticof wiknevi, will Cudconviricinsrv.
ltnceof its restorative r-ow'r "P"" trial. UjO'i
folduU, iirows, debilitated and ilcpondcat, hire
ticU-rit lltad'chc, mouth ta's tiadlr In tli
mornimr, irtetular aprtite and toniue cuatl, ji.u
are sutf-rinc from Torpid Liver or "BiIloiiue;j "
Iu many rasof Livtr Cunplaiut" only a j.ari
of iheitsniiptomiare evoeriencvd. A a rfmily
for II f uch cax-, Ir. IVrri-'s t;oMrn ilnlicsl !'
covcry ha, 110 c,ual as it cHct. iK't&c t cure3. I'
mg the livr strengthene'i and healthy. For the
cuicof IlabltunliOontflpatl&n of the Bowels it !-i
ntvr failing itiiiely, and tho who hate ucd it
fir thlj purpiMe are loud In its prai. In Kron
chial. Throat and Lung lns',a.-3. It hi" proluil
nuuv titilr remarfcablp cure", where othr n.idi-Uat-i
havo CiiUd. Nild ttr dn;csisU at 51.00 ir
bottle. I'rrrareit at the Cb Dilcal I-iliratory of
R. V. I'lLRCK, Jf. n , BuCiIi, N. .
aulldw
IK. WIIITTIEK,
AJll,OULAK 1.K.VUWATC OF.MI.DICINU AS
I!iilnii at othio will show, lua ?en longer
rnfufii in the treatment of Wnerel Sexual i I
I'rivate it!-LV thin jny fth'f jhysitian ia ct
Ij&iiI' . . .
feTpMli, Ovninh'z. ,Oltt. iUKtuie. Oitliltw.
Il.rnii ami Knitur all fnnary IL-- aa-1
Svphilitic cr Mercurial attotioiw tf the Thro-it,
fcliii or Mines arc trcatel with unpjrall-ld iims.
SToritKitnrrli.n. Sevual Ptfcilitrjnd Inipot.ncr.
as lhe rwiiit of Mlf-abu in y.'.uto. textul et-.
itl l.Mtlirer v-ar, orotlircju"-, and wh.ch pro
d'U"j (.oio .f tli! folfciwiau etfe U. an noiturn!
mi i-n-, Mitch", debility, iziin-s of aishs,
tonfuti. 11 . f Idea., vil t.tl.riinc, arcnlon to the
tvwtyof fiual, IwBof lueinpryaod trs.otl,r,
and rrnd'iinciiiaiiiaselmproi-er, are i-rmaneutly
turl. .
riii'lHJstiii opj Ituintiea mh-pital awt pnvat-irai-.'
ar uniun,';'i'in it. Loiihci any othtr
city llati pWof M, U)ua pajicr prove that he
tut ltn I'ritl then' lonyr by yxirs tl ti ai
rthr ailtertiaiupj Tlie ettablmhin.nt, library
libir3torv and appointments are tinvjtwlled in l';
Het, tri'i-pa! anywhr. Af, -ith expcil
er.ee, can bs relit-1 upon, aud the lluttur can rcr
toinany pnyician throushout the country. 111
pu.it (ur-iatid pirrenl l-HU'JU heitand without
arnii. tiVr
The Wrltinc "f riiyi'!si whim r?uuti'jn N
Cni ii-wirt. -houl I 1j" 'oIth readme.
Pr tVliitiitr pabluhes a Medic! Pamphlet rclat
iiiB ! vnierwil dixase and tbc dkattroiis anl
Tand continence of vlf abuie, that wil!5eint
imnr a.Hreiln&ealed envetoifortwo taai!j.
Jt r..'ntaiu full 'ymptLin UU that will esaM-thi-o
at9i' te-l (. ilefrrainc the nature or tLeir ni-.LuiitsauiUi'"e-i
wnllen tutemvut of their cuts
;Lit will in.ner almo-t well f jr the purp-v '
trerwntaa j-riial intervi, hat where jt 11
Cin-Mii-al the Doctor ihouM. be consultwl rerssn
i! r. Tli e lia-i: fri'mls that may require 1111100,
ca i-uuply ihem cith tlii ralua'jlo pimpbist by
lhii their aldrrM, witbitamp. 'Ihusyoucau
aUt Ibe unfortunatn without their knowlrK their
lienefartor. feitainly no object if of narciaipor-t-nre
than niiritv blood and perfect mannocU.
It I neif Tfilnt that a pbTttcian who confiiicc
WnsTif ft Iiidvcly t" the tudy or a certain cla- ci
d.eav and tresrij thraimad of cafes every day.
mu?t acquire greater kill in.tbat peeuliy than ore
in general practice. "Many phTsicians rcencn.z.3.:
tbM fart, intnxlnccpatleststothedoctorarterread
in hi pamphlet. Commnnication confidential.
?ri'nd!r t-ti will cost ron notbintr. Oflcc cen
tral, vet retired-No. 617 St. lTjarie..ireei. j-i.
LouiOto. Honr. -T. to T P. M. HumUy
earned. -tUl&w42
WEST OF THE SlU-
,r?rrJ0B PRINTING TOST OFTTIE Mla-
I M-
itiyiM".
aTTa.1
Is J-mil-i-I JltVEIL AT XI1H TlMtS JOB
-(:- inr TTT-VTTCfa.
K siVlPPI jarTrat theTISira JOB COOM".
iaiw. ut-VW, U.TTER 11EAD.", di-.,;C
I ilore on short notice.
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