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J liERUX. August 29. The StaaU Xnsantr
i of tiii.4 morning puuiixijccl fuller accounts of
Muavc cii uic ixtlUe ijcibreMeU laM trtwuhnr. The
8 15am -French anny on the morning of 1 kh ood
in front of Metz on the cist ride, near the
J2J" .jwint wheroItl?oirffrdM.'St.H,,AhJd!is
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VASinI.A ST. JO-I-PH.
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iImiiiiImi". leavofine ti.ttirN furf llieaUiie lini.
jouicd liy that froui Haar-louiH. It was funned
in great eauijis cxtcndiBg over at least fix
inilo. The arniy aiearcd on thepoiat'of
nireaung towani l. linlon-t. .Marxhal Kn
zjine miHt have Iiad to contend whh diffi
culties in carrying out this design, for lie did
not move. (ten. Steintnctz attacked tlic
Frcncirat '1 p. in., with the Thirteenth Di-vi-ion,
w liicii latter w.i'j Mljijiortcd by the.
Fourteenth. Tlic Freuclt truon ere ranged
in Hcveral lines, ilefendetl hy very deep rifle
jiiK For ihu rcivjn perhaK tjiey oieMd
more ijiiictly than in the former actlonk
Tliene linw were at Ar U tfueney. Ogny.
ltorny, ami Cotomoc, tnall villages couth-
ea-4 of Metz.1 The wixuls alj aSonled
gooil oier, lr.it tlitc and the iiils were taken
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I'KAt'lliy are entiling into market hy (lie
ton, and 11 at low prieis. Now i the time
to put iiiiiii -n as 1 'i Q ! Q i t,,e w
"iSttfn-tfaWof twirrnclMll dtiVf iii-Alcli- I In Ti
fought very hard aud'uitli'fcrv trai Us.
The French" lowcs were priiicinnjr kilfcd,
lpeac they fought in Ircndicn; tliey wene
.shut lhnjith the headx, which alone were
cxkci1. o lews than 781 dead Frenchmen
wen- eoiinteil liehind one trench alone. The
.lttle eiidttlat the gLtci of Mt, and the
I I'rcnch eotcI in confiiMon, trtly iato the
j for!rcK-o and jurtly arwind the city. - M '
I TIIK BATTLE AT MAK- L TOC OKHE 1TH
U universally nyarded here as a very iml
enemy wa drawn lack on Metz their line of
retreat on Chaloiw has Ijecn cut through, and
oiiKviitnilioii id tlicrrcncli armies pre-
iwm are the "Wii-ir.1 il" and "Shoo Fly.'
.Iii"l"iiijr from the way the Wizards went
II IlKll IV'V 1l4li.l1 .fin Ainl.tl. .m.m. .?nt.
'charged two rigiiiient.. of French infantrv.
ctillni'' their wav throurh them. TIipv
1 lOflflfl t Itttt.t-ta Oltittr.Cul j rm ImIIabh -.f !.!
lliroiigli Ihc FU in the h gn..e, they are g,ln ,lkJl ,,.v T,,e rniiall ,;,'
enliilcil lo liecalleil ihc "Croton UiK" asi-icrs were now charged hv two reHnicnts
" '"' Prencli caraliiniers on both flanks.
Jm;li. return-, fnni Jiilcy county give , Wheeling right and left the I'ruv-ians met
fifi.vn anti-Clarke ilelegates and nine for '"t'r icw foes, and after a dtyerale hand to
rink.. ;.. il,.. Ii,trii! (!onventi..n. S.. "' "S"f nyc iHCK me irencli cavalry
T 'rtl i.t
A OKEAT BATTLK THE rtLVSLk VlCTtlU-;
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ttuzikm.fi AagB 98 Te l'nis-ians ,at
tacked I.cJia)na,KannT;aiMlav, near Beau
inont, ami defeated it, and ifrovc it Ijack
ujion the Belgian frontier. ;The French
camp fell into the handt of the rrunnnha.
The pursuit of thcjr'rench continued for sev,
era! miles, and wax interrupted liv the iniiu-
her of cannon and tirwmer taken. Tlie,
extenU or tlic IxOtje hekl in uo va.t that it is
imjiowihlc to oldaiiL fuller dctaih at tlii tuo
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KINO WILLIAM e UK-PATCH. j
Tlic King of Pruaiia hat, pent the Aillowing.
telegram to Queen Augusta: "Varetm
August o0 The Crown 1'rince ha been in
action with the Fourth, Twelfth and Seventh.
.hi 1 .1 1 . .1. V9 - . -m'
ivnn aim nit; runnmiiii XKivarian. mo
Mahen was beaten and driven lxrvoml the
'Meme. Our forces iMirMK.il a (ar ag Matti-
m. iwen'cgunx.ouictliouxanda of pris
oner, and matenal of war were catriuml-
I reiair to the battlefield to pursue the route
of the victory. Goil help tw further. i
(Signal) . "WlLHtXM." "
AMITIIU; AtCUL'ST. J
I.alii.i.ion, Eeluium, August SO A'fe-Ji-ful
battle was fought yesterday .and to-day
by the arniich of the Crowu 1'rince and
Prince Frederick Charter with the forces vX
McMalion. Yesterday moniinz 3Ic31abon
commenceil a general nioteuient toward
Montniedy and was atlaikal near Beaumont
and driven back, after an obstinate rcnistance,'
Uiwanls the Belgium frontier. Tlie Pmtr
siansoccuiiicd tlie liueof the road and carnj
lured a lance amount of canin stores. Thev
drove the French from the Pmsian iiosition
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untu uigiii 1'iuhcu. jiriy iniK morning tut
battle was roumal, and cemtinued all day.
Fiimni nbesntelKTier: replied: ."Go! we
WJumi SfiCT-LTMre IhnclkdHaoaMK!
told w WeHdWverl mtke haadW of dea-
etm,ikn: btw'ibed'aitcliHViribBted to the
r:ti-..ii .. "- n- i t' r u i.
kc iii tin;
Clarke is lualon in tin
Sri.i'HKX!-, who miM the JJuio K'hool
l iiitl-aml gjuilileil away the money, at
tempted to cuiiiiuit Miieide on Tuixl-iy, :il
lli it pl.K.v, by .sIiiKiling himself in tlic head.
Ali!ijug!i bin eyoight it dctroed hopu4.ite !
intertaiual of hi rceocrv.
:inl lirtiii.'lil .ill wi Mini iiMnilmi. .:!. ..
county as well a, in The linneSetcrtth went into action
eight liiitnlred rfrong; onehiindred and forty
Mjvcn only iirvie. All the officers were
killed. ThcMirvivors ray now, with a tcr
ribledcleruiitialion, "wait till wc get Chalons
and we will hhow the Frcucli what the 350n
Wk ai'know ledge, the n-ceipt tf an imita
tion to attend the Miami County Fair, which
is to le hold at Paula, mi the I-t, 21, 'nl
:ui'll!ltli of this mouth. Miami in one of the
lx-l omnlio in thcStit', and iW enterprising
iti7.en will undoubtedly gic a gl riort
of tliem-tlvi-.s on the occasion i;f the Fair.
ne ran iMTc-mer.
an ! I . SHHafl
To Anvi:i;n-Kib.. T2
Wi::ir umirr obligations to (Jen. H. J.
Striekh'r, S-erH.'ry of the State Agrieulltiral
Sm-icIv, fur aimpliiiit.ntary lickels to the
State I'air In li' held at Fort Scott mi the
J7th, lh, 'ZfiU an-l Will of Ihc present
iii'iutli. We -lull h.iuui"reto .iv .iIhjiiI
l lie Fail hert-ifler.
lion of Tin: Tijii-m is exaMly Ihree limo
uli.it ihecoiubineil ciiculatiou of the Time
.iii-I Cniiscri.imc Ji when the onoIM i
lioii look place, ami i- increasing fa-ttr than
we eer anticipalcd. Advertisers .-Iim1il
I'tr this fact in mind that thitiiiuli the
oiluiiiiis ofTm: Ti.mks they cm reach eery
li.niilet, po-totlia and village in the State of
in traIling curreiondeiitf writing fnim
Osigc oitinty, ;v.lkl in glowing terms of
I'liirliiigaini.'. The buildings, he t.t-, arc
iik- iim.-t Mili-Untial he has ever nx in a
pi.ieu ol thatMe, wing mostlv limit ol linek.
and ('ii'-. On the e.it of the town they get
a gixxl supply of iiial, and there is plenty of
liuilier. Two large luuilier yanls 1. E.
Miner and Ko.ld.s, Smith & Co. arc doing
a gniMl biisiiit'ss, which .-Jious that there is a
gn-al auiniiiit of building going on. A com
niiHiii.iis and cleguit school huii.se, and nev
eral . hurch buildings, indiGite the irogrei
sivc ii inleucics of the citizens, and challenge
tlici'liiiinitinii of all who Nit the place.
J'i I water is to Ik- had in any purl of the
town at a depth of fiom twenty to thirty
A Piiirricvi. Adiikkss. :The .following
adilros a oil a letter from El PaoJ Texas,
which pix-cil ihroiigh the Cleveland iojt
tillicc the other day:
Itost-niaslrr Me'and ctii1 liim Mniiplit,
IU ii-s- l-Vany NdcrMaiglit;
lid Veiianpi, dais the pninly,
Vt'ii'il iri ml mit lleatfii'a Imiinly.
rmiiLlin slier drr pmnty v-al,
Mullj Tat lr, hci.di-r man;
s- nd dis ie-t sii ijnitk ton tan.
A chop for brcakfa-4 hash.
' Jallcy"' t-laves printers' dcvilh.
Pleasant checks in life liank checks.
The raw material underdone Meak.
Steam drills are not serviceable fordrill
ing raw recruit5.
KcK.itcd ienitcuce wcaric the
Ficaro a?kn whether a Maid woman
means a woman wlio wean. sta.
The disease of in my healthy but for
lul adults just now cholera in the phantom.
Th big hot metal in the inukct now
nicreiiry. .-' 1-1 t T'Q
imily girl on a liors-c.
The great R.ii-c-l.ker biaudy and
Who doc-nt eiuy t!io people in Wall
Mint, who hive hi much gold that they
can't carry it?
"I am going to draw ibis lcau into a
knot," a tlie lady slil! at the hyiiicnial
To ascertain the weight f a hor-e, put
our loo under his foot.
The seal bu-imisS tmght to have I hi ii
referral to the Committee on "Furrin
Texas has a new game in cards -tie
holds a revolver, the other holds the card
a oironer holds the in-iieM.
Why is a lawyer like a sawyer: lteraue
whichever way he moves down iniift come
Why i a large cat pet like the late; re
lcllioii?"Boeancit ttnik ich ajol of tax to
put it down.
A conundrum for school I kiv.s; 'Whieh
is thcgrcatcroflence, leinglatc atsehiHil with
a crfcct les4(iit or prtmipt with an imper
fect tine? "
Why are new breech-loaders stipplial
with natlles? To keep tlieir breeches in re-
lMlr . . ' t'lti lit: iJf f
What is AeTanist durable riTTit
i.my cm give ucr caiicrsinis
A and receition.
People who rih for compliments do not
neal long line. They will get the lx-t bites
in shallow water.
Speaking of the theatre of war that
mut le the only place where back scats are
Wbv La iiians trade-mark like a cer
tain leading Prussian? Because it is a "biz'
mark, llejautiior ol tnc ainivc leaves a
wife and twelve small children.
-'Never listen to flatterers, my dear,"
slid a mother to her daughter. "Why, ma
ma, how shall 1 know thev arc flatterers
unlos I Iitcn to thwu." , , -.
A cotemporary anuoiincc; that the in
dividual who zcts epileptic fits in the rtrcet.
in ilrdcr to earn an honest living, has turned
up in Cincinnati,
An Irish editor, speaking of the mis
series; of Ireland, says: "ller cup of minerr
lias been for ages overflowing, and is not
vet full." x
If Mr. Clarke is an Ifonot man which
we presume no intelligeiit,citxn rf.KamM
believes then he M-aeiV;iiuapaDfcrep're-'
scntative. His awent-mindedne, as shown
-in his losing his carpet-bag full of voucher?,
and his forgetfulness in regard to-those,
patents he brought s'froni Waritingfonpificli
cate that his head is noLofrtheTht Flu!e
for the traiLsaction ofpnbfu? baInes.
Seriously, is it not time to send x Repre
sentative to Washington in whom somebody
has confidence, and who is not regarded, like
l.ifllc Morj- With it rre(lyrlrwi;
1 roin tlicChirao I't.J '
t t . ... ..
riu-t; h,hmi a nine, two citizens ol Ihc re-
puiilic-lotli ( aucasiaiLs made with each
other a wager as to who could saw the great
est number of ajrdd of wood in a day. The
trial wa had. One man sawed ten cords,
ami the other eight. Whereupon the eight
cord man insisted that his competitor "was
always a Jucky ciisr! '
(cil.4Grant defcatal Hlic rcK'li at Fort'
jiiieion, capturing tneir anny. Again, at
VickilHirjv capturing their armies there.
Again at Chatanooga, and finally at Eich
inoiid, making prisoners of Lee's annv nl
ApiKimattox Court House. Maj. (Jen.
Geo. II. McClellan made a masterly lack
ward advance on Harrison'., landing; with
100,000 men btieeeedal in holding 4,500
reliels in check at Yorklown; but he and his
friends insist, whenever a comnarison
j with Grant is instituted, tli.it U. S. "was
f n V I alwavs a luekv cuss! "'
uiinei mi; iiiiiiiiiiisiniuou oi iicn. lirant
the national debt has liccii rethleetl manv
lituidfcd millions of dollar: taxation has
U-en redtKcd; the finances of the country
plaeal upon a comparatively sound Ijjsis";
the Uniiiu restored, and its physical rextinr
tes devchiiHil in the large-t degree. Under
Democratic adiuiiistration the debt of the
city of New York has been within a few
yean, more than doubled. Taxation has Ija-n
so f.ir iucrc:i-el to pay for hold and rocklcrw
joljsth.it thev haw become well nigh unen
durable. Iriate rights IhiIIi of icron and
and projierty, are iu.idcnu.ttcly secural. The
temples of justice are iKillutaf bv a cormtit
judiciary; yet, where these comparisons arc
made,' the Chiefs of Tammanv a-sure us that
the Itcpuhlican were always lucky cuscs.
Imis Xaioleon declared w ar against Prus
sia and ammuiKvd his intention to annihi
late the Prussian armies and noess himself
of their eaidt.il. There are but few better
Democrat to lie found than Louis Xaolcon.
paring the riln-llioii he endeavored lo ren
der lift friends in fhi country valuable assis
tance by Litiiiiriug Mexico. Thither he
iscnt an army. But the right wing of the
Democratic party under Jell" I)avi and
IIorjiii7Seymoiir, having Ihvh defcatal, il
oceanic necos-sirv lor uie leu wing umicr
Ijui Napoktm, to Icaw Mexico, which
aaxirding to the inot reliable advicvx, they
lid with great desKttch. The service which
Louis thus undertook to render the Democ
racy, were appreciatal then, and are grate
fully remembered still. Aaiirdingly, as one
good turn desenes another, what little assis
tance amid lie remlcml by much bragging,
the Democracy have industriously extended
their old ally. But I.oui in not at Berlin.
Pnisi.in annh-s are on French soil, having
already achicval grwit and decisive victories
there, but Ihc explanation of it all is that
"the Crown Prince wasalwaysa lucky cuss."
Once HfKiii a time a sound Lcmocrat by
the name of Thompson, shoiital to an ac-
pi.iiiitaiuc aero. the stieet, saying "Dan.
topp, aniie oxer here, and I II whale you."
Thomioii, in telling the story says: "Copp
camcoxcr, nut I'm hlowal il he until t
whale me.'' One cannot alua tell. It is
NisibIe lint the piognt-sof free idc-is and
lheN.CNioii of military geniu haveas much
to do with the success or failure of armies a
In k. It i (Kissildc tbat an liotR.-t desire lo
failhfullv administer the afliiirs of Gov
ernment contributes lo its siuxtt as greatly
as luck, (juite probable that nui'si-Ie had as
miieli lo do Willi wood-sawing at, link.
lionet erth.it m.iy lc, suppr-e we slick lo
a flirty that has been "lucky"' enough to
cnisli out rtlicllioti uvlore ihe Union ct
l.iblish the u itional credit, and demonstrate
the success of the cxi-crimcnt oficlf-govcrn-menl.
During the niglit a large number of rei
forcsincnts came up but failed to turn the
tciieoi viaory. ine l'ruians also werci
reinforced largely, and attacked in over-l
whelming numbers. McMalion retreated to
Sedan with the remains of lib. force-. The
slaughter was immense, and ft in impiisihle
to cs'imatc the lost.
tiii: mixer iMri.niAL
i said to lie in Belgium. The toptd.itiou is
flying in great terror.
CArnjHE or ou:i ox dotii bide.
Brussels, August 31 Fighting has been
going on for four days between McMalion
and Prince Cliarles. Both armies are man
ceuvering for jHr-itinti, ami engagements have
been between dctathed tvqu. The fightiog,
however, in Mid to have been dopcra'e.
The Prussians cairfured three regimentis,' four
murauieuwH, ami several thousand urisoners.
while the French captured thirteen pieces of
artillery, including the famous "Tubingen
Battery." The engagement began this
morning, six miles from the Belinan fron
tier, between the command of Frossard and
the Prussians under Von AVegel, which, it
is believed here in Bnick, will involve
both armies in a decisive battle. :'
the iJtith and 27th, Iiad divngagal his force,
after a successful encounter with the enemy.
Other journals here aintinue to cive news
from private sourcei, of French successes in
C-ANJTOKAUtXU IIEAUD 3IOVEMKXTS OK THE
A despatch fromCarignansayb: "Cannon
ailing heanl south of Ihst place all dav ves-
icruay, ami laie into niglit. lir-ult unknown.
fttaas'1 now tiblledal here in thercky
w the 'pwpMe' of; defendwg it.
-U- 1TBTB ArekOtti'SI) FAMILY.
Ixmww. e$IP-!-It is mM, Hciih,
dMlT(prIer!rrof the Effiiieror to, de
tach .OOeiri to prpiea the Priace Im
nerial. Tlie Ettiires remain in Paris, as
does the DiiitiaticCorpsi
"HOW 7BAiilrS KM- WA 8HLT fl IN
i ' i METZ. I
BLL'j.jAugust'SL-VlMters from the
Pruiviah hcarTiinaWers explain how llniii'ii
alteaipt to eseaiierfroni 'Metz wan defeated.
A cow of certain1 inKtionsuf Bazaiaewas
fiHind rtear Mctz,1 froin which the Prussian
learned tlie enemv was retire in two fafljaa.
one by tlie fcfgh niatl to 31rs-la-Jourid,
Veraus, and the other byConfUus." The
pliw"disconcertnj;,th Prussians, who
mne np auacw on tne litn. Ane f rencti
Hirbsetjueritly look' tlic .rwadrw Borey. but
were agjujiTepulsed, and finally drivoi back
in the battle of the lh lo the walls of Metx.
There tbeyjiave since been confined, their
only way of escaping being to cut a)ssge
mroogli the l'russian line, wliKh tliey have
A TRtjfrST AfiAISST FOHEK.X UTTEKVEX
" ' TIOX.
. A a iiuectiiic.of notables, held here last
evening, an address Jo the King was framed,
protesting against permitting fiweign inter
vention, which would deprive Prussia of her
reward of the late victories. The sacrifice
of Germany, alone tliould be heard. Ger
many is willing to confide all tu the King of
Prussia in'ottaldnhiagiKwce, not again to
lie wantonly broken, p
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WHEELER tfc WUkNO.V
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f,a V se to cure the Tfry wnr.t
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WILL OK I1EL1
irrr Ibulr yrars taii.Unz. Pri. n. rv.lu.r-"
Ue by dnijxfata r xr rywhtre .
tr.VKNEK'S PYarEPSLV TOSia IS PKE-
i . tinr'VJi'LP?!'11 " hinuir-
uUlinstoaicud.H.lnidid anwUzer; it rtwnptl!
f ns.tbe stomach and jWoics Um difiesliTe oran t
their hcallhT ttatc. Weat, nerrotS anddylpenlic
person shouia ih WjiRtEa', Dtstetsia Toxir.
1 or sale by toigtjsto. IVice Qne Hollar.
COUGH KO MORE.
MODE OF PREPARATION.
Vucbu in vacao. Juniper Berne, by dlMiHjtltai
lo fund sine gin. Cut.lextratlel by diplany
utcnt by liqnor obUirtJ from Juniper Berrir", eon
Uinlng ry little sugar, a suiatl ivrtion ofrpiril
aad more palatable than any bow iu uw. The ac
tive properties are by thu mode extrattul.
TnVEL BKTWKI2 IAJXDOS AND TABI3.
Loxuox Sci. 1 Pjsscngcrs between
London and Paris still worry through by
way of Dover and New Haven.
" IXHNGSoi A EKEScil FHIOATE.
The French fricat'c, off Plvmoiith. after
capliiring'the JnTins', was reeu on Wednes
day at 'dusk' in 'pursuit ofa large (teniian'sliip
ninui was uiaKing cvciy cnori io ccaie.
A SHAKP NOTE FROM mUHMIA TO EKOLAKD.
IOKDOK, Aug. 31. England is likely to
have an Alabama issue with Prussia. A
npe, almoU aiuivalcnt tu a protest, has
been .received , by Earl Granville. It re
luonstrafcK agauist Englauds, disregard of
her obligation as a neutral, and deeLtres
PriLsr-ia will not aeceiit, the legal nuibble, f
law officers of Hie, crown, -aud summons
EngLiiid toullihcr(Batlr.il obligations or
lake 'the coiusSiiiencwl The uuestion is a
diplomatic one, the note adds, and must be
nmmntlv solviil as such. . .
i It isstafed. (bat England Hill not allow
Tans to Ijc'llunibanlal. .She lielieve the
French ieiple ought not tu bu alluwed to
kicritice their capital iwelesely.
S E W I N G M A C H I N E S , P ,Mlh-,,lh" ,5lh " ,V '
SM.nMbal Va ! bt
LtltRWUH I Hf KANSAS.
$13,500 IN PRiatTlIMS.
Competition Open to the World ! !
Buthn, aaprriured by IHiiski-Is cencrjlly. isol
a dark rotor. It U a plant that emits Its fraicrantc j
the action ofa flame deslroy this its active princi
ple, tearing a dark aad glutinous decoction. 5Iin
ti the color of ingredient. TheBuchuinmyprep-i
aration prcdoiuiuata; tbeMtiallest quantity of the
othet ingredient are added, to prevent fvrmtnla-
tki; upon inspection, it will be found not to be '(
a TiiHiiire, as ma1e in lhanni(trj, bur is it a)
eyrup and theiefore can be u.-cd in ae where
foTeriirinflatnniiilion r.xNts. In lhi you hare the
knowlclge of the ingredient ud the modeof pn-pa
. TrnNrvtre 'ourliIil.
On the lith iiist., in evicr oninty, by
JVy.illijiu l'hkcu, Esq., Bill Rogers to
Kiil6w Nancy E. Bailey. "Thi," kijs a
ciirrcspiiiilcnt, "was one of the miist exlra
ordinary c.hibitioiis of fortitude and deter
mination, on the put of the two crsnns in
tcctlccr cshibital in East Tennessee.
Mr. Kiiley was a widow of two month'
uioiiriiin'c. yiic ta f.iir beyond the usual
fairiicsis of her afocialcK. Bill Uogers was,
himself, a ci'ineh, rough, anintry youth of
about lt ji'.ir of age. A week liefore
the marriage, ihe widow Xancv
visiteil the residence of Bill s
maternal parent, ami luckily found her in
the field and Hill in ihe house. Nancy i.s to
all intents a practical business woman, and
went to work at once. Drawing a stool to
Hill's feet, s.is she, "Bill Kogers, how'd
you like lo marry?" Says Bill, in reply,
"fust rate." Sis Nancy, straightening her
self up and throwing out her magnificent
chet, 'M'.ill Btiger. how do vou like thi?"
.Sjvs Bill, "Ndlv." Kivs Nancv, "Bill get
the lieenc and it's your-." Says Bill, "I'll
have 'cm or die.5' He wa, off in a moment
for Scvicrville for the license. But alas!
Hill hadn't the neeessarv sum when he rcach-
al the Clerk's office to procure the license
So he -trauiiied- iHHiie agahrr entered
his house Klorc his family, and with
out sayiiit; a word, took from its rackhi rifle
sun, and placing it on hi shoulder, again
left. No ono .seems to know any -further
particulars. It is known tliat Jlill got the
license, but be brought no gun. back with
him. At 12 o'clock at night, Esnuirc Pick-
en was called for most imploringly to per-:
form the marriage, ceremony, and lie dKl it
in the root imposing form, liefore the bril
liant pine-knot tire that blazed on the hearth,
and in ihc presence of the select audience
wlio had assemblal. After the vows had
been made, and the rcaird rendered tliat they
were man and wife, Bill's -firsi-ejaculation
was, "Nance, we've had a hard time, but I
told you" I'd bring 'cm. Less go home"
And they went.
The Rqmblit-an nominations lor Congro
in Iowa areTnow aimplcte. They are:
First District George AV. McCrary.
Second District William Smyth.
Third District 'William G. Donan.
Fourth District M. M. Walden.
Fifth District F. VT. Palmer.
Sixth Ditrict Jackson Orr.
.Of these Messrs, McCrary, Smyth, and
Palmer are now in Congress. The others
will be new men m the Mouse.
A moxg the popular chants with tlie German
soldiers, Ls a satirical song at the expense of
Mr. Cliassepot, which was brought out by
Kladderadaick, the Berlin iVne. It goes
to Kuken's gay tune, "The Little Kecruit'
which has Iiad the run of the world, and is
sung by the 'French soldiers " well as ia
this countn'. Kladdemdatth'has travestied
it adrairabiv, and adorned with the refrain.
- -rt (live it thett'.oa the Chamenot, " m
' On the Cha.-fiot lot Jiot,
it is sang everywhere.
DirraoiT, Mtcit., Angnt 30 Republican
Convention, iu the Third District, held to
day, renominated Blair by acclamation.
t The Enicror has artainly
hjlXtK OF TKAnUli(. TEHKIIII.K HUFFEU
LX3 OF THE INHABITANT-.
The safferincs of the inhabitants of Sint-
burgarc terrible. Tliey arc starving, and
amiiellal to live in allan. day and night to
avuid the iucreaing lire of the besiegers.
Another fruitless sortie. t.i made bv the
pirri-on on Monday. The Prussian .Sliarj-'
slmotcrs are wilhin OW) yards of the glacis.
Many houcs have Wn btinied. Tlie arsenal
at one time was on liie. The ammunition
wras safely reiiiocd. The fortress continues
, THE PRLSsI AN K.TOKV CVNFIKMEP.
IN1XN, Sept. 1 Thcm'qrwfoice Jklgc,
of Bnisels, of yesleriLiy, says: "Marshal
McMalion, while on ihc heights of Vaux, on
Tuesday, advancing to Muutmalv, was at
tacked by the German and Hung back whh
dreadful carnage. Thi region of anintry Li
now absolutely deiopuldtal." This cor
np)inls with the Prussian ateount of the
liattle near Beaumont, recital laic lat
M'MAHON AT SEPAN.
Banillion. Bei4,il-.m. Sent. 1. Sa. m.
Last night, after dark, McMalion withdrew
lo Sedan, and concentrated his force in a
10,000 FKENCH flllMIM.K CAtrfKt:i.
The army of the Crown Prince of Saxony,
in Tucsihiy's Inttle raptuml oer 10,000
prisoners. A nuiiilier of rrench soldier
te:iial into Belgium and were immaliately
A iUARTKit of ti: nri:; iu,sti:o i.i.
Pakis, Sept. 1. Ix-tler from Slrasburg
ainlinucs lo complain against the Pnisian
for firing on the houses and not on the de
fences. A ijuarter of the city was destroyed.
The inhabitants clamor, "death rather than
surrender." The ljeieger employ prisoners
to work on Ihc trenches.
STKAMJUIW; OlMMANPhK OF THE NATIONAL
I'ari, S-pt. I. TIiccoiiiiii.iihUt at Slras
Imrg publi-he a determination of the iieople
to bum the city nit her than surrender. The
Pruians have refued the apjical lately
made by citizens to spire the dwelling rt
of the city, on the ground that it would thus
ha-ten capitulation. Same object dictated
their refual to permit Ihc depirturc of wo
men and children.
Gen. Motterstigo, who distinguished him-,
self in Crimea and Italy, ha been appointal
to command the Parisian National Guird.
THE FH3fflI DAPLY bEATENON THE SEPAN
LoNPon, Scot. 1 A ."-pedal desjutch
d.ital FlorenvilJc, Belgium, Tliursday iiionr
ing, says: The French have just licen badly
beaten on the Sedan road. Tlie Pru--iai
hae entered Cariguan. Tliere was furious
righting all day Wcdne-lay between Armigny
BLL'ilCW PKTERM1NKP TU TKoTIXT HER
i , , - -, KEUTRALITY. '
' Should ,tho French Eminror cro-i the
Belgian, frontier the guards of the latter
countryliave beeu ordered to demand his
sword. Otlier severe orders have been
iisuedor the imrpose of guaranteeing pro
tection of, Belgian neutral it v; ,
J v ,- ii"
j or llTALY.
TheJ Italians are resolved that the Pone
shall resign all temporal power W leave the
' ! " ' T
Tppcia; Elects a Majority of Amti-
Uoping tbat you will faror it with a Iriit, and
that upon inspection it will meet with yourappro
laUon, ' ' '
With a feeling of conndeme,
1 am rery nspeclfnlly, ,
If. T. HELMEOl.D. '
Chemist and Druggiol of 16 Tears expriience in
rhilidelplii.i, and now lomtrd at hi Priij; and
Chenik.il tVarehouse, S3 1 Bnudvay, Kew York.
PHOULtJ HAVE A
After nixteen yean f experience we are prepared
to rurnlha better Xnaahiae for the pnrroeoriamtlr
tewing than any other.
The qualities which recommend this nuchiueare-
lt. Durability. Is will Ut longer than any
-d. Economrof llimd.
3d. Mmplicity and thoroughness of construction.
41 h. It has nothitttle and makes the Iick Mitch
Mh. Beauty and excellence of rtiUrh. alike on
both sides of the tiliric ewed.
6lh. Strength, flnuncss and durahihty of Mam
7lh. Its wide range of application to purpo-es aud
Mh. Compactness and elrgance of mulct and
9th. ipeed and ea; of ope rj lion and manage
ment aud oitielnrssof morement.
10th. it has fifteen iierrs liv. than mrOmii.
marhuie. table included,
llth. 11 has fewer pieces exratnl liirili,n
,-uir other Lotk Mitch Machine.
lh. It is Ihe mwt Mniple in construction, and
ednest mlanted to different kinds of work - it .-m i-
chjuiod from coarse to fine, or from fine work t.i
crwn-e, where a change of needle, thread, length of
stili-Ji and tension are required, in les time than
aay other machine.
WARNEBS Core 11 riiii i. ,i: --
r2LSi.e?,ftora,in'!- The eitraordinary power
il..l?klmm'tf,-r.,r,ieTiD& " vwtu-f-
tt "!Pn!,,.he m ohttinate cases of Coughs
"v-.-rmw, astasia men lonsumpuon is almost in
credihle. 1 prompt is the reHef and certain its ef-
throat and lungs, that thousands of jtbyskiaas are
daUy prrscrtbiK it, and one sad all say that It U
the most healing and eipectoratljur medicine
known. One doee always affords relief, aad In
most cases one bottle effects a cure. Sold bv dreg
guts In hrgo bottles Frice One DIUr. It is
h';i-r,lwiLSult ,f yn s,,u """Sa nd suffer. Th
lijL-am will core.
ALL ENTKIES FIEI,
AIIKASJiEMENTS HA VK HKKN MAPI: WITH
alliMilrta , wet of the Mis.-U9ipp! f,T the
It I j Dl.sKXVLDMf 1UK
Mnl PepulMr Machine
NTOCK iAXD FREIGHT
TO AN1 UETFKN I KOM THE
J I H. .
And Excursion Tickets for Passengers.
'ilie iii-sl etUn ivi an I flil-r.i p t u ili.in
.in- Itiii4 niflf r.-r lliu graml cut. ifii,,- ninth
will undoiiMedlr fjr
1 r "
Excel any Exhibition ever
Before Held in the West.
The great Blood Purifier and Delirious trink
WAItxlR'ii VISUM VITJL ilRWrer ni
LIFE, is free from any poisonous drugs or lnapu
ntie. ortiisrirenaredlorthnMwlmiwinlis. . n,
ulant. It U a splendid appetlccrand tonic, ami e
finest thing in the world for purify Ing the blood. It
is the niot pleasant and deliaou article erer otTerf 1
to the pablic, far superior to brandr, whtskew.
u. omei, or any oiner anicie. it U more
healthy, and cheaper. Both male and femnV;
ronng or old, can take Ihe WineofLlle. It is In
bet, a life prcatrrer. Those who wish to rnjor
good health and free flow of lirely spirits will !
well to take the Wine or Life. It ia dinVrent frem
anything erer before in use. It Is sold brdrng
el;; also at all respectable saloon. Frfce One
IHdlar, lu iuart botUcs.
F A 31 1 L Y USE
-)p:iaj Ilepattb to TheTimr:.
Topeka, Sept. 1, 18T0.
frhe anle-t hi this district h.ts ended hi an
aidi-CUrke victory brgcly mi on iiopular
vote, and sunicicntly so on delegates. The
anti-Clarkes have seventeen out of thirtv-
threcvotes.Tertaiii. Besides this the First
Ward nil) be contestal by them successfully,
giving ihciuirtwctityreix to nine. In that
ward over 500 votes were polled where there
arc not three hundred legal voters, and
at least 100 Democratic voles were cast' for
Clarke. Let mhat may lc said, you can be
sure that the" four' delegates 'from this dis
trict will be opposed lo Clarke.
The Forty-second District voles to-morrow
and ii sure to pi against Clarke.
Great and Daring Robbery.
THE FORTIFICATIONS Or PAHIS.
New York, August 31. A Ti6une cor
respoudeiit, allowed to visit the fortificatiotfc
of Paris-, rays: "On the inner line comtiara
tively few guns are mounted, and thcyof
small calibre, mostly old4-iouiidersand32-iHunders.
The oulidc forts towards St.
Irni are connected by lines and earthworks.
Much wiHid i felled on that side, but very
little in Bois dc Boulogne. I ant convinced
that the pivcmmcnt does not mean to stand
a siege, but the people do. The southern
railways are still uncut, and it is known why.
They bring enormou supplies. Oxen are
coming in droves from Italy and
from Dijon, near Pari. I passed
ten rvtiim ait lie trains in three hours. Noth
ing in history is -hi striking as the general
gloom of the jwoplc. Efforts to push for
ward troops are incessant. Shattered regi
ments arc reforming. One regiment of
Cuirassiers has been formed of tlie remain
of four in tlic lnttlc of Woerth. Officers
remain, but there arc literally no men.
Troublesome volunteers arc shipped to
Algeria. Not more than 30,000 unarmed
soldiers are in the city, and :X),000 regulars,
alxml 20,000 of the Garde Mobile, and one
hundred cannon arc St. Mane. Discipline
is unknown. Tlie Government has no real
purpose in arm ing the iaple. The M inister
of lli.- Interior savs. tirivatelv. he will order.
all foreign airresjoiidcnta out of Paris, and
stop the entry of English papers. He savs
that orobablvthe Prussians will sa
trouble of doing thclatter.
FAMINE T-RICES LN PAKIS OlrfTRCST OF Tilt
A cable, special .to the Tribune ftom
Taris, Wednesday, says: "Provisions of
all kinds have already reached (amine prices.
Butter, salt, and otatocs are double and
meat treble cost. Dealers refuse to cell, ex
cept in limited amounts Preparations are
being made oh a liberal scale for the wound
ed. Distrust between tlie government and
people still exists, but Ls much diminished.
Time is a great French ally.
UNITED STATES FILLIBtSTLES.
Paris, Sept 1 A despatch has just been
received from the French Aubawador, at
Washington, contradicting reports of depar
ture of German fillibusters from the United
Paris, Sept. 1. A cable special to the
New York 27mm says: " The fillibtister
sensation ntory published In the' Figaro, res-
"TTerday, has been traced to American agents
I save him the
of Prussia in Paris. Some curious revcla
tions in this connection is expected. Some
old hands, concerned in the confederate
American plots, are mixed op in the aftair,
as well as certainjourualLsts operating from
LwdoBr. The Figaro was deceived uy its
pencil wt for canard.
AUSTRIA PLEDGED HERSELF TO ASSIST
Paris Sept. 1 The Ubtxie says Austria
had pledgal herself to France to move on
Prussia simultaneously, provided she van
subsidized for doing so. Ollivier then prime
minister'aCTced. The money, however, was
not paid. Austria pressed the matter on
New York, Sept 1 Yesterday morning
it was dioveral that Ihe great safes in the
room of Ihc. Bond of Miwions of the Meth
odist Book Concern No. 805 Broadway, hail
Iwen robbed of property to the amount of
Sl."0,i'00- Among the many paiicrs thrown
alxnitlhe room were found io be a large niini
licrof registcrcil United Stales Nmds. No
clue to thetyerpetrator or iieqietrators of the
roblicry seemed to present itself to anr of the
rcverentl secretaries. On examination, Ihc
safes were found to le enitial of everything
of negotiable vajne, ineludinga service of sil
ver plate belonging lo Kev. Mr. Dew,
and otlier silver articles, the projicrlv of
other clergymen who had ired the facilities
ottered ly the two Jarge safes as a sort of safe
dcoit. The largest single hrer U one of
the Secretaries of the missionary board, who
was robbed of 15,000. , The money of the
hoeiely was ilcposnol'in 'dill'crclit places, and
that of the Book Concern was in a safe in
another pitt of the building. The officials
of the Book Concern are very .reticent, ami
Maicu io a rejHinerj jesiero.iy, inai iney um
not (boose to'diseiose aiiythingliii regard to
the affair for publication at the present time,
and that they iiad been advisal by detectives
to withhold all . information for some days.
They also demanded the suppression of the
sibote staUiucnt. A rather btrange circum
stance of tlic' depredation is that tlie safes
were in no wise injured, but were opened by
keys, and as they , we re. tilled with combina
tion locks, to open them, the thieves must
have obtained combination numbers or char
acters. The safes were of Marvin's make'
and considered first class of their kind.
pHlLAUELriHA, Augut 30. The Con
gressional nominations made UmI.iv were:
By tlie Democrats in Berks district, J. Law
rence Getz; by the ReHiblicans in the Seven
teenth district .-it Johnston, I). J. Morrell;
lr the Republican's in Chester district,
PiTTsncRG, August 30 Regular Repub
lican Convention to-day nominated for 'Con
gress Gen. James S. Negly, for the Twenty
(From the largest Manufacturing Chemists in
' , World.)
) "I am aiqnsirti-d with Mr H. T. H-tiuld'l; he
ocenpied tho Drug Wore opposite my resfclenie, and
was ruccesjfu! iu conducting Ihe business where
others bad not been equally so liefore him. I hare
been favorably impressed with his character and
Finn of Towns A Weightiuan, Manufacturing
Chemists Ninth and lhown street;, rbiLidelpbia.
HelaBboId's Fluid Extract Bnchn,
let we.tknes3 aii-ing Ii.mii ii'di-ticlioii. The ex
haunted powers of Nature whith are accompanied
by. so many alarming syniptoms among which will
be found. Indisposition to Exertion, Lt-5 f Memory,
.Wakefulness Horror of Iiisrac, or Forlo-
dings of Eril, in fact, unirersal l.iitnd, prost ra
tions and inability lo enter inlo tlic, flljot llltllli of
The Constitution, time hUo-IpI. willi Oiysnie
Weakness, require the aid of Medhine loticngth
euandinTignralrllie system, wliuh IILLMIIOLD's.
KXTKACT BUCIIU inrarulilydors. If no treat
ment i mbmille.1 to, consumption or iuumlyrii-
IIki.mbold's Fi i id LxtSAtT Btt ne.in (! tion
peculiar to Fenule, i iuin.ilcd by any other
preparation, a in Clonisis or Retention, pjinfnl
ness, or Snppiesion of Customary Kraruntioiis
Ulcerated or Miirrtn Slate of Ihe Ulerus and all
complaints incident to the sex, whelhvr .tti-ing
from habit of diiqttnn, iniprmlence lu, or Ihe
dt line or chanr of life.
Helmbold's Fluid Extract Bttchn
Improved Rose Wash
i As sirnil siirrlies art neeessarv to Hih y,..i r,,-,,.
lioiiof any inmliiw. we hare arntngnl to Mii-plr
the tnde with the folluwmg articles of
ArcniMK Machine AHplio:
John Clark, Jr., & Co.'s
BES'JZSIX CORD SPOOL C0TT0S,
On Black Spools.
Sew lug Mackiuc Silk Twist,
Iiuptrttd by ourstltes
hUWINU MACHINE SEbLiLES, OIL, UMP, Ac.
For Fastest Trotting IIor.sc $1,000
tor juorses in.it never beat tnrec
For Fastest; Pacer
For Eeit Stallion with not less
than five Colts-
For Best Marc
For Best Bull
For Best Cow
For Best Boar
For Best Sow
For Best Rain
For Best Ewe
For Best Mnlc
For Best Jennet
For Best Matched team-
For Best Matched team raised
Gold Medal for finest Bauyunccr one
WARSEK'S EMMEXAGOGUE it theonlr arli
!i known to cure the White, it wilt cure in" ercry
ii.-e.J Where i Ihe family m which this impor
tant medicine is nut wanted T Mother, this i th
greatest Mc-sin- erer offered yon, ami rou should
iiiiwnlutely procure it. It isaL-oajure cute for
fimalr Irregubrllies and mar be depended ii.i
in crery trc where Ihc inontfily flow has been ol
slriictcd llirough told ordieae. Sold br driigjnst.
rrii-c One Dollar. Or scut br mailcn rcctint ff Un
I Vital and a iiiirter.
AHUKIs bl'J srr.vrE ST., CIIICVUU.
hcwm f the StratH !
100 I " " Ji"s.. f-r Corn -Meal, W
I Mork I !, Bolting Annrali
beahng, as we do, directly with tli- Mauufai
liin'rs in cttrv cae, we are preanl to fnrniMi
fnnh Jlock made of the lt material at Ihc lowest
market price for thoroughly good good-.
ami roR tiii:
The I'.ur llnniids ttbirh aro ni-l-l for Jcltan
titi'i'i. and I.Miitlltil Im-atinii, will Lllc-I up for
llinioiiiiiiii.lition of all wli.i.l-siri-l.ialti-ii'l, and
notluiL: mill U-1, it undKini tt hit hi-nu in lb- ln!
cuntriTititi ti iii-iL tliti:rnsi..ii mn-if great pteas
urciM well as of listing U-n'tit to all iatroiis.
I"r picmiimi lilt ami all other particulars 1
Irrss (ilo. T. miiiivi, N-rtlarv, la-tiiiKrlh,
11. II. lA'NIaKY.
heat .Uonnnr and
Boltlnz Aiinralus Smnttera. Cum
MicIIcm. Hour rat ken and Mill Work Gem-rally.
inc-tc .Mills were nrt maii
npp!y tba wants of the
M.Bitem'and Stock Grower ol
lli Sunlit but their f ime has
spn-ad to crcTtitnib-r ofllif
gloN-, and Ihey arc now -old
and lists! in .Europe, .l.n, .if.
nca jI Kmth America. To
upply tuc lntrtj-iiu demand
re hare rnlarcttl our M.-11111-
faclory and idnl raluaMe Im
rrorriiicnt t.t tho Milt.
A- h-i. ttifun. our Mill will be built of -hdca.
Burr lib Is, . Itttsl at the Iftiarrie in fraute.
.ciid for Ik-scricKreltimphlct containing Trr-it!es
en .Milling, tmt i.j- UU1 fnw. Address,
or. Kruct and John sti., Cincinnati, U
KcHd for Pricet aad SaMplea.
F. AKERS, Gen'l Stipt.
H&RBWARE AN CtTTLEBT.
r. i. aicnawn.
HIIDWIRE & XOTURT,
Eabkstr aa bttkti Bclttar.
BdMiMl WltecUag -ailm
JbhnDeere's Moline Plows,
. MACNEAL A UKBAN'8 " , ,
Beaver aad Mower. MovM
AtlTtUX TATLOatTTaUATOS TazwlMn
T - ,W hare the brat, amarlaient of
la Um iftate. All Warehouse, Hay and fateck
ttaleiwM br us will beaH up without
' . extra Uiarge. Owr stock f
OtOJT AUD STEEL, "'
BELLOW ANVILS, V&Efl, e., IS COMPLETE.
1 t t.
The attention of Merchant iii called to our stock
aad prices.! Orders solicited and pwptly Mled. ,
1 SCITABXX FOS J- ,
fTrliT.Y MVSTmr FIWSI 13 'lo IC IlANDS
X. high, from .". to 9 yearn old, ia good eh aad
.mnil in all partieutar. Apply to
M. II. INSIXY. tSlwrlon's Stable.
Learcnwortb, Ang. 13, 1870. aotMAwsM 1
will radically exterminate ftoni the tytem di-a--s
arbing from habit of dissipation, at Utile etpene,
little or no change In diet, no incoiireniruce or ex
posure; completely supertllng lhoe unbasant
dangerous remeili"", Copii ra and Mercury, in all
Use Hrxmbold's Elvid Extract Bcciif in all
diseases of theeoigan, whether existing in male
or female, from winterer caue originating, snd no
matter of how long standing. It is pleavint in tate
an. odor, "immediate" in action, and more
strengthening than any of Ihc preparations of Bark
Those su fieri ngfrom broken-down orjdehcate
eowttil til kins procure th remedy at once. '
The reader misl le aware that, howerer rlight
may he the attack of the ahore dL-ase, It l cer
tain to effect the bodily health and mental powers.
AutheahoTe Urae require Ihe aid ofa Diuretic.
HfiiaMBOLDS. SXTKACT BUCHU
We di-jiic to tall Ihe atlimtion of llio Miuital Pub
lic to Ihc
A 91 K IC I ; A X O It . A
In power aisl rnliime l lone it i preeminent,
the irsnll of a t nliarily of construction, pro-luting
a grand vmoritly.
No other in-triiinciit receircb suth fiitli fill atten
tion in tuning and toitin; thry
Thcy f'aanot Uet Out of Time
further, llir iiiohiiuia! iiiiisiriitlhin of lliitur
gan is unrivallisl. The liest workuiau-lnpissirt-n
loeath part iin-'ariinly. As an arconiimiimeut
to(-al niiL-ir, itssuiciiority is undtniaMe
I iv pmciiring a first-clasrf
O It Ct A X O It PIANO.
EXPBESLY FOR OUR TEASE.
UNIVERSITY OE KANSAS,
Tills INsTITI'THir xW AKIOCIi. irxi.
fatilllit'-t fir pnistiuting regular .r srlett
course of study in tlieSurlun'. Aiitisut, and Mod
em !.aneiij,rp. Urattingaml Musir.
Theiilln.tiiii f ani-anitu. It.tslali-lt ln larv-plv
inrrei l by tln-a Mitiou ofm-waiMl tt-tlt- in-tnf-mi-nts
whh Ii hire Utn itltttsl with s,.,.,! rrl.r
rure to extended and lli..i..nli i'i-lnuli..ii in Hii
111.111 A iiatmuy. mil I'litsiolog, labralory prartirc
in Chemistry, olr-rtaturt pr.Ktio- in Astmiiomr,
nd ..Hire and field . radio- In the Xatural .."!-PIH.-S,
and iuSiirtetliigaud l.iigtiieerin(;.
TI'ITIOX I ItKE.
Ibwiil call ! n nrnl in llis , ity at as It i unable
ralTsasat any otlir Hart; in Ihe "West, students
wh. desire it will liud ample f mlilie P-r lnling
The first session nfllie aeademie Tear lT'J-71,
becins Weiliievlay, Spl. 7, l7o.
The recular cviiiniiali'iu fir eliiii um will be
held i.ii lbs 7th and Slh of Srpftml'r, ciiimcucing
e.wh dar at t' al in.
for t Jt.tt.rjtii-n an-l further parlirnlant applr lo
.tl'IIX liaI.ls "
lis.idtiil of Ihe liiirimtt,
aiiMllni.t Liwreme, K i.
State Normal School.
CeS JU GTsfrjJ
1 1 tu vnoiiTH si tTi: vi:mi.
Wctlm:;;day, SciUcnihor 6th, 1870.
An efromit tire ti.it tier. ijn;se. tfi-ire
instrnrtirs in all ih bran. lot netc ary fur 10m.
plete prepiratbui in Ibe usnlt-t' "i-rl, nit hiding
drawing, tmal nm-ie and tali'lhcnhs Ttntien
and text ls.ks fr...
, .tuirenienl l.tanling Hall has ln porthav.il
and 1'lll.sl ll by tlio I'll; . and jkiii; ladltt tall lie
t.sirdtsl at tsist rate. IpVeKil.tr rsit eednig three
or f.-iir delt irs j r w-k, mm iislinz ftirTiih-l rimw,
fuel, lubl, tta-lmu, .t ,1 under diictti'-n and
m in vn nt of a suit iM.. uiatrnn.
The esinn will .sintiriue tptr-Tte nrks in
clndins I lie ChiMiiia h"Iidy-.
!" r pulb ular , addirsi
1- .1 WILLI MS,
Su-iiiilti'lent and l'nnipil, la-tt'irttortb.
is Use great Uiurelic.
3M by Drwggrsls ererrwhere.t Trit $1,23 per
bottle, or S bottles for $6,.V). Itelirerpl to any ad-
Death symptoms in all communications.
Ahlre H. T. HrXMBOLU, lru; aud Chemi
cal Wareboo.se, S3 1, Broadway, New York.
XTOXE ABE GENUINE UNLESS DONE UP
151 hi saw fmrraretl wrapper, with
jit Chesakal Warehowse, aad slgnel
BTful wrapper, with fae-similieof
H. T. HBLMB0LD.
They embrace all Ihe mo-lern iniproteiueuls, are
made of the l-st material, by Ihe ni"-t skillful
workmen. They will stand in any climate and are
guaranteeil to gire satisfaction.
Tbe" Iiamr! arc acknowled;eil ti stand une
1 113 lit-1 iu ointof erennesssnd elasticity of tooth,
fine and singing u,ualily of louc, great power and
durability of construction, at well as neatness of
-t tie and lieauty of finish.
ITefore purchai-ins, Ihe Musical Public-one It to
themselves lo examine our Instrument.
Protection to the rublic
GUAKAX 'A JS K
that all article furnished by 11 are
all bills of sale ar Ktied from the
ST. LOUI-. "JUICE,
and the name.
1 in Is.1T.
Buckeye Bell Foundry.
ririr'b. tademy. lKlory, I .mo, f-in Alaiui,
It'll', rifle , f Pi rk rtri.i, ,-rti. r.,i.r and
Tin, warraiitisl in ,,nlitr, t..o, diiraluiilt-, ,tt-..
and mounted ttitlnuir IMtntlMi khvh Kmhiim.
Ilaiigiiip..""lllu lrale.1 la:i.u-seiit free
VAXurzEX a ti:kt,
l'f- an I 101 1 jsi sVi.hi.1 street,
DOORS. SASH & BLINDS,
Old stand,, t lieiekno-se, ll. Third and Kouilb.
is utl as a tnl' neir1. on all geials -jH.
Catahcaes, with full descriptions of all the
of MACHINE, ORGANS and riANOS.
post-raid, on aiinlication.
Agents in alf the principal cities and rou n lie?.
Particular attention is called lo the fact tbat wc
sell none hut the best goods.
Distant purchasers can send orders by mail after
consulting the Catalogue, and be sure of rrceiting
precisely what they order.
As our Miccets haslcen made by girin
those who palruake ui may be assured that we will
i. TAKE GOOD CARE
of erery Machine or Instrument told by u.
We ofkrr pur good at prices
WHki tte reack of all. mm oa Better
uaa aay otaer reUafelt BeaM.
SEXD FOi: CIBCUL.VBS.
OFFICE JtSALE ROOMS,
413 X. Fifth Street,
9-1' Delaware Street
JAMES A. C0WLES,
L ttorncy at Xja-vit
Special attention given to Fa tent Law.
axMitax ccn roRH'is rTr:i, 50nt.n1 p.
sruillcf JS2 AVaehiiiutoii St.-Sw
r-K. TIIOMfSOX, rilYMCIAX AND Sfl.-
U CEILS. OnirXn.9, I note's P-mlding, liflh
of 1-ir.t M.
Cd door wet
FIK SAI.E-IIVE YOKE IK fKaiD WUItK
Cattle, rokej nd chain; ; ."! lc Wagn-, S
rralnellows 13. Hand inch; hrary l.rub
Ilow; al-o m lot of walnut Itiralr and ltinwl
fencing JOHN S. DUNCAN.
Stranger, Learenworth Co., Kansas
FAILM loll SALE. IM ACKIiJ I'KAIRIt
Improte.1. A few miles from Eairmount sta
tion, Learenworlh Countr. I,'icah down.
J. A. BLACKMAN.
Kainiemiit. Kan-u. u3!dAw
WANTEDTWO JZELIABLK AND COMPE
TENT persons to represent the Eclectic Ijrt
Ixscram-k CoxrAsr or New Yosr, in the Slates
of Kansas and MUsnuii. With expcricnccl agents
lilieral arrangements will be imvle. y
THOMAS J. DARLING A CO.. Gen'l Agt'e.
No. 7 Stmth Eiflh-"!., Iaarenworth, Kn-as
KEnrcns x. rt a hotel and
Boarding House wauled at Fairmoant. Hotel
Iirembn for sale. Inquire of J. II. IXaixiaaii,
'alnnount Station. Kansas auld.tw
A VOID QfACK-O. A
A1CTIM' OF E.IRIA'
iudlscretlon. rau'insnerroastlebilily. prema
ture decay, Ae., harjng tried in Tain erery adrer
tlsed remedy, has discorered a simple meaa of self-
cure, wnien newiu sena ireein nis leiiawsunrrer.
J. II. Tuttle, 78 Nassau-.!., Xjpw Y'ork aty.
INTTATION.'s, BALI, PROGRAMMES, Ae.,
done in styles unequalled by any office West of
Clitcago. at tlie TIMK5.
and see sac -pie.
STATI. Ol KANSAS',
I..am:suorih Cucyiv. j"6
In llio I.'ilikl li.iirt of Ific Urtt Judicial Diittiet
of the Statt; of Kansas, Jittui iu the Count of
LeaTcnworth, in said Mate.
Liieien Sett and CliarMte
E. Stott, riaintitb,
McWbiit. Clarah itclle Mc- Ne. I, tlw. ,
Whirl, William M. McWhlrt,
William !'. McKenaie, Moltie '
E. ttark and Llihu I(biu
YOt; THE AIVjYi: NAMED WILLIAM I. Mc
I KENZIi:, Mollis i:. Clark aud Llihu Robin
son, are hereby notified that yon, together with the
other defendants nborc named in the above entitled
a tion, Imre lieen ud bv tbcabore named plaln
litls, Lutieu Sttjtt aud C bar lot to E. Scott, iu th
al.irr iiamisl Court, and that sahl plaintiffs hate In
Mid Court, tile.i their Jietiilon againt you and your
to-deftiidintsabote mentioned in said action," and
that jimi must answer raid lietltion ou or before the
llili day ofO-tober A. D. 1970, or said petition
will I? taken as true, and judgniut rendered ac
cordingly of the following nature, to-wlt: Thai
that rtiiti pretended deed, dated of the I tt Ii d.iv
of July. A. D. If7. by which John T. MeWhlit
iireeiejtl to conrey tn .Siiuuel MeWhirt, the fol
lowing de-tnbe. tracts of land, situate, lying and
leiusiu theCountr of Leavenworth, and State ..I
Kansas, namely: The north half of the northeast
quarter f section 30; the north half of the southeast
quarter of said ectnii; tho noitheant quarter of sec
tion 'S. all iu towushi! o, ,,f range '-'-, and an 1111
diTi.le. nc-flxth uf the following descrilieI tra.t
of land, situate in said county, namely: The north
half or lotion "Jti; the southwest quarter of Sail
cection; the umthca-t qiurter f secUon 13; tli
south halfcf the southeast quarterof section .m, tho
Huthwet quarter of sccUou 2a, all lu township 'j
of range?." and, that that certain other pretended
deed, by which slid John T. Mc Whirt pn-tendeil l
convey to said Samuel MeWhirt those certain tract t nt
laud situate, lying and being in tbeCoimtrof Bonr
lai'i, and State of Kansas, known as tho'Me Whirl
farm, be cancelled and wholly for tianght held, ard
that the last mentioned tracts ut laud and ahtli
following describcl tracts of land, situitein said
County of Leatenworth. nimtly: Tlnnortbei t
quarter of action 10, and the northwest quarter of
said Mtlion V, and the southwest quarterof a"!
sectiiiujn, and the soulhciLt quarter of section I'.
and lie- northeast ouarter of frction '."J: and sut-
arrcsoff of the south side of the northeajt quarter
of said se tion 19; all in township nuuiW ?, f
range, nuriitier i-J lie sold anil the proeertl? ariMii
fojm sin h -.ile thereof, be applici to the rayniertt
to said j laintirf of Ihe amount of that certain judg
ment, rendered by tlie adore named District Court
in said Ojiuitr of Learcnworlli. on the 23d ilay of
January, A. . 1 "?.). in f itor of t-aid pbintilt,, an I
acainst said John T. MeWhirt for the sum ef
3.",23i S0-1W, ami also Sir their costs by them,
about their suit in tbat behalf expended, and thi'
you, and each of you, be ei'ludcl from auy iutei-e-t
m anr of tire property aforesaid and anypro
ieedtlie're"f. Datcl tbisSOth, darof Augn-t, A
D. lsTo. CUILt.ll A WHEAT.
auoOwIt AtroriieysCir rlainlllf-
lre in Prmperty Onmcm.
Ctrr Ccjhk's Oimci,
learenwortli "itr. Kausa-.
Julr- lb.'A. D. 170 )
YOf, AND E.C1I OK YoL", AltE I1ERI.IIY
n'tifil that at a regular meeting, held br the
City Council of fab! City, on the nth day of Jnly
A." D. ISTu., the fallowing resolution wet
Resolved, Tliat it t necesarr (., construct a
plank sidewalk, ix fe-t whle, with pine platform
and while oak stringers, on the west side of Mam
street, in front of loll 10 ami 11, block 13; al-o on
the west side of Main ttreet Utween Osage aud Pot
tawatomie street", excepting in front of lots 3, .
5 and , block It City Proper.
And ton, and eah of yon, are hereby iuitb'i
notified", that unless a majority of the owner., -f
inich proper! v, residing in the City, (except person'
rlaiining an (ntere-t in mkIi prorty by reas.,11 . f
Tax Titles, and liable to be tared for such woik or
iruprorement) "hall, on or lfore Moudar, the'ith
d-tr of Septeinlr, A. D. 1870, file with theCilr
Clerk of iid City, their protest against f-ud nn
protemciit, the tlty Council will order said 1111
linproTenienl to he made, and contract therefor,
ami lerr and tollect tbt taxes for the same, as pr
tided by the City Charter and Onhnantes patted 111
WM. W. CtsKIGrTTOX, lty Heik
THETAX WARKAXT!I-.-CfcDTOK. KKtM
MLL fvrconstrucliug a sidewalk on tho north
side of Kiowa street from Third street to I'ourth
Street, areiwiwin mr hands f-jr cllet..n t Tea
all r accrue tept. litb. 1S7I. '
1 1 LN 11 V I ! K r Li! AX.
Bv r If. MtDprv, iTjiily. '
Xeticc ef Fiaaal .Settleiacul.
STATE U KAN.-A6. v
Lcatvnwixih Conuir. -
In Ihe IVdiaie 1'oiirt. iu and fit said Lcuu'y.
In the matter of Ihe Estate of
James B. JlcCuue, Iiec'd. n
CREDITORS AND ALL OTHER TERSOr-v
interrstel in Ilie aforesaid Estate, are hert'jr
notifietl, that at thenesit reimlar term of the fio
bate Court, 111 and fjr said County. tobetsTg""
and held at the Court Kisjni, in IheCity and Countv
of Leareirwortb, SUtc of aioresuii, "on lh 6r-
Monday in liw mouth oftMober A. D. 1570. 1
hall spplr tu ihe-vaiti Court, & a full and IUi?l cet
tlemci.t of raid H-tai.
11ENP.Y R. KELLER, Adm'r
of James B. McCunr, Dec'd.
Iaacnworth Otv, Augnit 26th, .V. D. 1S70.
.STRAYED. PERSONS HAVING
,rse, CPIIle or 3llK-K.il any UKa. uj...
T t .. IT.
Wl ll'll, sr...- v. ... - -- .- -. . .
firvl the same by forwarding a minute de-cription ol
lock, wllb aiMrewt 01 owner, won-at 1 .uuuuivu,
Atchin County, Kana.