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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870.
Probalilc refill at half a two this morn
ing. Senator, KcIIopK, Haas ami Van
Diircn, l'v small majorities.
Isgidaturc Darling, Collcy, Jx-gatc and
Kenlon. In the township, Johnson, How
ell, Crook, Afiliby and Williams,
Sheriff, dure between Echclherry and
Slate Republican Ticket has carricil the
County by a large majority.
rivi: o'clock a. ai.
loiter returns confirm the ab-ivc, and indi
cate the election of the whole Democratic
ciiiinty ticket by 8mnll majorities. The Sec
ond Ward is not yet all counted, and the
Democratic ticket u ahead there to far.
Harvey, -10S; Sharp, 201; Elder, 10G;
Allen, J(:j; Urewer, -10.r); ltuggles, 'SjO;
Smalluood, AWt; Duncan, 2til; Tlioman,
IO'j; Me.Mahon, 201; Haves, 407; Gephart,
2W; Williams 405; Kucker,2C2; McCartv,
120; Murray, 252.
lvchelberrr, 200; Leonard, 314; Gri.swold,
200; Kitziiiliiani, 302; Haug, .'500; Currier,
271; Stone, 347; ItatiM-rman, 320;laldridgc,
220; Kits, 35S; Kellogg, 305; Matthews,
2.::; I.iriiner, 2CJ: Haas, SM; Vandoren,
o; .Moor, 22f. Jteprcscntative, Iwrling,
o7t; Kitchen, 279.
Harvey, 537; Sharp, 183; Elder, 549; Al
len, 181; lirewcr, 547: ltuggles, 171; Small
hikmI, 550; Duncan, 173; Tlioman, 551; Me
.Mahon, 175; Hayes, 557 Gephart, 178; Wil
liam., 553; Kuckcr, 178, McCarty, 502;
Mnrrray, 175; Lowe, 530; Foster, 202.
Ecliclljcrry, 4 ; Leonard, 259; Griswold,
127; ritzwilliams; 255; Haug, 395; Currier,
2K; Ualdridge, 394; ees, 307; Stone, 424;
Riuvermau, :MK); Legate, 390; Conover, 270;
Haas 251; Van Doren, 300; Moore, 177;
Lirimvr, 139; Matthews, 294; Kellogg,
. Ixttmrd, 417; Echclberry, 105; Fitzwil
li.mi, 413; Grisuold, J90; Currier, 315;
llaug, 251; llauerman, 428; Stenc, 218;
Iteo, 149; Italdridge, 1C4; Kellogg 278;
Matthews, 113; Iirimer, 197; Haas, 432;
Vandoren, 452; Moore, 314. KcprescntaJ
live, Tweiitv-fifth District Fenlon, Repub
lican, 408; Wellhou-c, 227.
Itclawnre Ton Bship.
Harvev, 148; Sharp, 100: Elder, 145;
Mini, 103; Urewer, 141; ltuggles, 102;
S'imIIuimnI, 145; Duncan, 103; Tlioman,
1 r;McMaliou, 103; Hays, 145; Gephart, 103:
Willi.tms, 105; Kuckcr, 103; McCarty, 145;
Murray, 1 IKS; Lowe, 137; Foster, 111."
Ivclicllicrry, 1-15; liconard, 101; Griswold
Ill; Fitzwilliam, 105; Haug, 140; Currier,
101; Stone, 117; llauseriuan, 128; lialdridge,
l.!7; Rccs, 109; Kellogg, 124; Matthews, 91;
I.iriiner, 129; Haas, 119; Vandoren, 131;
Moore, 1 00; Kepresentative, Thirtieth Dis
trict Churchill, (Dem.) 117; Joluwm,
(lei.) 120; Jamison, 6; Gardner, 4.
Harvev 119; Sharp, 135; Lowe, 117; Fos
ter 137; Elder, 121; Allen, 131; Brewer, US;
ltuggles, 135; Smallwood 119; Duncan, KS3;
Tlioman, 119; McMahon, 135; Hav.s 119;
Gephart 135; Williams 119; Kuckcr, 135;
McCarty 117; Murray, 131.
Echcllicrry 124; Leonard, 130; Griswold,
119; Fitzwilliam, 134; Haug, 114; Currier,
13S; Stone, 85; Baiiscrman, 100; lialdridge,
110; Itccs, 141; Kellogg, 125; Matthews. 70;
I.-irimcr, 114; Haas, 127; Vandoran, 139;
Moore, 107; Representative, Twenty-ninth
I itrlet Howell, (Hep.) 133, Barrett,
Ws4eni Precinct Democratic vole 38 on
m h t-auilid.itcs. Republican vote, 40.
Lvonanl, 150; Echclberry, 4S; Fitzwilliam,
37; Griswold, 40; Currier, 40; Haug, 41;
P..tii-ennan, 45; Stone, 29; JUes, 45; Bal
lridge, 45; Haas, 50; Vandoren, 52; Moore,
10; Kellogg, 40; Matthews, 5; Larimer,
21. Representative, Twenty seventh Dis
triet, A-hby, Democrat, 30; Hout-, Reptib
Eastern Precinct Echcllicrry, 01; Leon
aid, 95; Grisuold, 01; Fitzwilliam, 9(1;
Haug, 59; Currier, 97; Stone,'57; Batiscriiiaii
99; P.ildridsre, 00; Rees, 97; Kellogg 01;
Matthews, 13; Larimer, 57; Haas, 99; Vaii
dnrcii, WO; Moore, 95. leprociitative,
tneiitv-M-venlli District HoUU Republican,
01; V. F. A-hby 90.
Cody's Precinct Republican vote on each
c.iudidate, 71; Democratic, JS.
Echcllicrry, 71; Leonanl, 09; Gri-nuld,
09; Fitzwilliam, 101; Haug, 78; Currier,
92; Stone, 59; laucrman, 100. Ualdridge,
02; Recs, 108; Kellogg, 70; Matthews, 45;
L-irimcr, 09; Haas, 105; Vandoren, 105;
Reprocntativc, Twenty-sixth District
Hathaway, Republican, 09; Crook, Demo
crat, !3. '
lctmard's majority in Iwth precincts is 83,
and Crook's majority is 7.
I'licxpcctcd Drnth In Kanwii CItj-.
We learn from the Journal the following
particulars of the death of W. II. Rucl, for
merly clerk at Fort Leavenworth, which oc
curred at Kansas City on Sunday evening
Yesterday morning early, we were greatly
t-urpri-od to hear that Mr. W. II. Rucl had
died Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock, of passfec
congestion of the brain. He was about the
city Saturday attending to his busmen., and
on Sunday morning was tip and dressed at
hi-. usual hour of rising. In the afternoon
he went into his garden and orchard and
walked aliout for a time, and then returned
to the hotiM! and wrote a note to Dr. Evans,
which lie sent his hired man to deliver, and
ali unit him to the pot office to get v hat
mail matter there might be addressed to him.
The hired man returned, delivered some let
ters and papers to Mr. Rucl, and went out of
the iiuiioc. coon alter .Mrs. Jiucl called to
him, in an excited manner, to come to the
room of Mr. K. as he was dying!
He had, indeed, fallen forward in an un
conscious condition, and did not revive until
Dr. Evans came and admini.-teml some med
icine. Mr. R. then recovered his conscious
ness-, and, in a wirpri-ed manner, aked wliat
w.i the matter.' lie wits told he had suf
fered a serious attack. He then said he felt
comfortable and thought he would soon lie
able to get up. He convcrs-cd with his wife
for a short time, then was still for a moment,
and as he drew up his shoulders whilcsufler
ing a spa-m of pain, he remarked, feebly,
"Doctor, I don't like this," and never spoke
another word, Imt steadily sank until his
death, which occurred about 7 a. in.
Mr. Rucl lias been a citizen of this place
since 1S00, and has been a commission
merchant till a recent date. His health has
not lieen good for some time, yet no one
dreamed his death was near. The stroke
that caiiMxl his death was hastened by undue
exertion, exposure, and mental depression.
He leaves a most estimable wife, and worthy
family. We learn that his life had been in
Mircd for $13,500, but that unfortunately he
had recently neglected to renew his policy.
Mr. Frank Xutz, the accomplished Fore
man of the Great Western Machine Shops,
put the finishing touches on the elegant new
steam engine in The Times Office basement,
and it is now in full blast. The entire ma
chine was made at the above named estab
lishment, and it is consequently needless to
siy that it is a first class institution, in
cluding one of the celebrated Xutz & Estcs'
governors, one of "the most valuable in
ventions of the age; The engine is a 10-hor-c
power, and we will stake it against
any other machine of its weight in the
West, for stamps.
The Great Western Company are now
supplying nearly all the engines for this part
of the country, and they all give entire satis
faction. Mr. Frank Xutz and Mr. Phillip
Estcs arc conceded to be the best machinists
west of St. Louis, and when they turn an J
engine over to a purchaser, he may rely on
its ability to do all they claim for it. The
splendid machine which thcylisvc placed jn
The Times building was demanded by in
creasing business, and will not hare an op
portunity to get cold very soon.
The following account of the arrest of a
supposed expreM robber we copy from the
The bold robbery of the U. S. Express
bag, containing about $1,400, on the night
of the 17th of July last, had been generally
regarded by the public as given up by the
detcctives, till their well-laid iilans fasten
such suspicion on Alexander Montgomery,
baggage master on the L., L. i G. R lL,
that yesterday he was arrested, and, failing
to give $2,000 bonds, wan committed to the
jail till Thursday morning, when he will
have his trial before Justice Chadwick. The
circumstances of the robbery are still fresh
in the minds of all, so that it will not be
necessary for us to enumerate them. John
Mack, the Messenger from whom the sack
was stolen, has sinccdied. Shannon & Shan
non are employed for the prosecution.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Leavenworth County Horticultural Society
will be held on Saturday next, the 12th
in., at the Western Gardener office, Xo. 103
Delaware street, Leavenworth City, at 1
o'clock p. in. AH the members arc earnestly
solicit ci 1 to attend, also all others having
any desire for Horticultural interests.
Uring all the siecimen8 of fruit and flowers
you can for examination. The subject for
discussion will be that of " Pear Culture."
We wish to make some preliminary ar
rangements for attending the State Annual
Meeting, to be held at Manhattan on the
0th of December next.
Wm. M. Housi.ey, Pro't.
November 7, 1870.
The Rev. Olympia Krown is described
by a correspondent as a thin, keen-faced
woman, with a most self-asserting lies re-
trouxc and brown eyes, with a sly twinkle of
liuinor in them.
Dr. Gat ling and Mr. ISroadwell, the in
ventcrs of the Galling mitraillcucs, are in
frequent attendance at the Royal Arsenal,
Woolwich, in conference with the authorities
as to the small bore mitrailleuse which has
lieen received at Woolwich from Shoebury
ucss. Mrs. Ither M. Davis, of Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, who left her husband liecatise he was
too lazy to work, and was in the habit of
whipping her seven times a week, announces
that the situation Ls open if any of the Cedar
Rapids women want to try him on.
A French priest recently declared that
insurance was living in the face of Heaven.
"To insure one's projierty," he said, "O my
hearers, is a crime! Calamities of all sorts
arc chastisements from on high. If you in
sure your property you prevent God from
punishing you, should he see fit to do so!"
A Des Moines, Nov. 1st, desjiatch says:
"A man named Killion spread arsenic "on
bread and ate it, because the girl he loved
aid she wouldn't marry him. She heard
how he had buttered his bread, and said she
was only joking. He then had a doctor
pump him out, and there is to lie a wedding
Edward Payson Weston, the famous
walker, has Iecn requested by a committee
of scientific medical men, viz.: Profs. Wm.
A. Hammond, Austin Flint, J. C. Dalton,
K. Ogdcn Doremtis, Wm. II. Van Rurcn,
and Austin Flint, Jr., to conduct his next
feat of walking 400 miles in five consecutive
days, under their aupiccs and advice, for
the advancement of science bv investigations
as to his physical condition, the weight, &c,
of his food, the quantity of excretions, the
conditions of the heart, tcnicrature, Sa, for
five days previous to the ctliirt, the five days
of the walk, and five days after. Weston hxs
acceeded to the request.
A good story is told of a pious old
" Auntie " who fled with her mister before
the Union troojw in South Carolina. On
returning, she found a soldier on guard at
the gate of the family mansion, bitting in an
easy chair which hail once been her mot
valuable piece of pitqierty. " Do you know
dat sir cheer's mine, mister?" " Yours?
Well, if you want it back you must go to
headquarters and swear to it." "Swear!"
exclaimed the indignant old woman; " no
IkxIv never cotch me swearin' vet. and l'se
too old to begin now. Nobody swears 'cept
deni as lies, and I won't swear if I nitit sit
on a pine board all tie rest of my days!"
And so she bravely sacrificed her chair for a
A woman named Early was fatally in
jured at Chicago, a few days since, by the
explosion of a kerosene lamp.
Two rcsjiectablc citizen of Toledo, Ohio,
nerc drowned, on Saturday last, while duck
shooting near that city.
A monster, at Cleveland, Ohio, last
week, while in a state of intoxication, threw
his child out of doors and beat his wife to
The Young Men's Christian Association
Library of Chicago has been opened to all
citizens, irrespective of membership of the
Association, at $2 per annum.
A movement has been set on foot at
Montreal, with the view of inducing the au
thorities to provide a public Kirk for the in
habitants of that city.
During the present year 3,000 Scandi
navian immigrants have been brought to the
State of Mississippi through theagencvofa
I Ion. J. S. McDonald, of Ontario, Can
ada, stated in a recent speech that his ad
vanced age would soon coniiel his retirement
from public life.
Two young jieoplc of Macon, Ga., of
w horn it was prophesied that their married
life would be one of continued misfortune if
united in the light of day, rccently'arouseil a
Magistrate after midnight and had the cere
mony jierformed by lamp-light.
There are at present in the Michigan
University, twenty-seven female student,
fifteen of whom are students of medicine, and
one of law. The law student is a Miss Kill-goo-,
of Indiana. Rather a suggestive name
lor a lawyer.
The Ottawa J-'iee Pram is compelled bv
a strong sense of duty, to call public atten
tion to the digraceful state of the cemeteries
in that city. The editor, in passing through
one of them recently, saw a grave-digger
throwing up a confused mass of bones, chips
of skull, and faded llaxen curl.
In some of the localities of Chicago it is
said that real estate has not advanced in price
since 1SG8. Along the counc of the lake
property is in brisk demand. Lota on
Prairie avenue have recently lccn sold at
from $350 to $400 ier foot. m
In answer to the question whichlias
been so often repeated, "Will Indians work?"
the Portland Oifjonian says: "Ycs, and so
will Clootehmen. Let the curious oWrre
them at work to-daVj women splitting wood,
and Indians piling it up. rtt the corner of
Fourth and Alder rtrccts."
A clever Chicagoan, of magnificent ap
pearance, w nonrepresented -himself as the
agent of a metallic roofing company, recently
succeeded in procuring the signatures of
several wealthy farmers in Ohio to blank
promissory notes, which he subsequently
filled out to suit himclf, and had discounted.
Ry this means he is supposed to have raised
betw ecu $20,000 and $30,000.
In the Fifteenth District Court, of San-
Francisco, a suit was lately tried in which a
claim of $2,000 was set up by Kev. F. Dil
lon Engan againn the Vestry of St. James
Church, of that city, for services rendered as
rector of the parish at $250 per month. The
Court ordered a non suit, on the ground that
l.Lshop Kip, with whom he had contracted,
had no power'to bind the Vestry. Th'c"
Judge said that "his proper action would
have been for what his services were worth.
A slander se was' recently concluded
at the Ontario, Canada, County Assize., in
which a Mis-s York sued her stepfmgr,
Thomas King, te recover, damages forjfcar
ing prcrmrcd her marriage withDnKV
Kay, oT Rcvertbn, byJlconcoctiajr a sfcjry
which seriously reflected on her character as
a virtuous woman. In the coarse of the
trial it was proven that King had made a
proposition of marriage to her himself, and
that he had willfully slandered aer so that
she might be driven to accept him. The
Jury found a verdict for the plaintiff and
assessed the damages at $500. , x"r . (
ixntsideraMe excitement wasoccaaoned
among the colored -people of West fork,
near Hamilton, Ohio, last week, ty the re
fusal of the Principal of the Bablie Hssnol to
teach their children" with the white pupil.
Three of the former took their' places in the
school room, as if their presence was a mat
ter of common occurrence."!They- waited
patiently" until noon, but the teat&eVriaYnig
heard of their advent, remained absent
himself until 'lie 'had consulted with one of
the trustees ( at whose advise he subsequently
sent them home.' The end is not yet, how
ever, lor Ute colored iToters-of-the -disti tit
'have determined on, testing the matter in
The Norfolk Virginian tells of a hard
drinking ex-Confederate who swore off be
cause General Lee died.
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.Itiislou Despatches. 1
CIVII WAK HAS I.ISOKES OUT IN FKAXCl.
Loxdox, Nov. 8. A correspondent,
writing from Pcrpiquan on the 4th inst.,
savs: Civil war lias commenced here, and
with frightful scenes. The Colonel com
manding here was assailed by a band of Reds
and cut down. Chief Gen. Darnies under
went the same fate. M. DeRardos, Mayor
of the city, was stoned to death before his
own house. I never witnessed a sight so
horrible. Another gentleman was pursued
by the mob and killed with butchers' ham
mers. The National Guards ars now as
sembling to quell the mob. Terror prevails,
and all the houses and shops are closed. Gen.
Parrol, who commanded the artillery at
Vcrsburg, was arrested at Grenoble on a charge
of treason against the Republic The mob
assembled before his hotel crying: "We
arc sovereign people down with the ser
vants of the Empire." He wag with great
difficulty rescued from the hands of the
mob and conveyed to the prison of St.
On the 31st Thiers' hotel was surrounded
by crowds of Reds crying, "Down with
Thiers and traitors, and down with the
kochefokt's, kctikemest fkom thegov-
Loxiiox, Nov. S. A Paris journal of the
3d publishes a semi-official statement of the
reasons for Rochefort's retirement: First,
becau-c of tliefailu re to hold communications;
and, second, the Government's consent to the
armistice" negotiations. Uochefdrt Is equally
alienated from the Flourens part v. 1-avre,
Trochu, and five other members of the Gov
ent, wrote Jo-Kochcfort , asking- him to
n, bnt he refused, tie intends to begin
the publication of a new paiter.
Ioxnox, Nov. S. A despatch from Tours
dated the "Jth, this morning, says, last night
the Pni-siau column with two batteries and
1,-jOO cavalry, attacked the outosts of the
army of the Loire, at Paisley. The French
were reinforced and drove them beyond the
village. The Prussians left their "dead and
wounded on the field, and we took sixty-four
prisoners. Our loss is four killed and thirty
COUNT UISM.VKCK's; EXI'LANATIOX of the
FAII.UKE OF XIT.OTIATIOXS FOIt THE AR
MISTICE. London, Nov. S Count Rismarck has
furnished the following explanation of the
rupture of negotiations for the armistice:
The French Government, having declined
through its representative Thiers, its ability
to accept the German offer of an armistice
on the basis of the fUtiu quo, the Count pro
posed that the French name the time for
holding the election for the Constituent As
sembly. The Germans promised that in
such an event, absolute freedom of elections
should be respected even in the territory
now occupied by the Prussians. Thiers
thereupon withdrew to the outposts to con
sult Favrc, but at length returned to Ver
sailles, without the itouer to accept the Ger
man terms. King William issued an order
that no person w ill hereafter be allowed
to enter or leave Paris. Four passengers have
just been captured, and will be court-martialed
for a violation of the order.
KISMAIJCK'S ACCOUNT CONFIRMED.
London, Nov. 8. Private advices from
Versailles confirm the account given by Bis
marck of a stisiension of the negotiations for
an armi-ticc. Jules Favrc, witha majority
of his colleagues, favored the sthenic for th'c
election of members to the Constituent As
sembly, and urged the acceptance of the ar
mistice as negotiated by Thiers. Gen. Trochu
dissented, andjcarricd his point.
Mctz has been made the capital of the Ger
The Timfx has reason to lielieve that the
Immbardmcnt of Paris will not begin for two
weeks. King William is reluctant to destroy
so grand a city, and is giving the French
every opportunity to negotiate for pence.
The French fortress of Relfort was invested
on Thursday. Communication with General
Von Warder has been re-established.
A sjiecial from O-tcnd says some of the
leading German journals advie making
iicace with France without the cession of
Ycnch territory; and tliat if Alsace and Lor
raine arc demanded as an indispensable con
dition, the war will continue indefinitely.
THE FORTIFICATIONS OF TARts.
London, Nov. 7 At this time 2,200 emu
arc in position on the fortifications of Paris.
THE MOKXIXC I'APERS
all deplore the futrity of Paris in declining
preliminary cvcrturcn of peace.
FORT MORTIER AT NEW" IJRIESACII CAl'ITU
on Sunday night. A fire had ocnirrcl inside
which rendered it untenable; 220 prisoners
and five cannon were captured.
WHY THE NEGOTIATIONS FAILED.
The Times says the ariuiticc turned on the
question of free ingress and egress, at Pari",
during the twenty-live days. Thiers insist
ing and Rismarck refusing. The Paris fj
berte asserts that Rismarck proposes the res
toration of the Pojie's temporal power.
London, Nov. 7 I.argc quantities of pro
visions still leave Liveqiool for France.
HOES OF AX ARMISTICE ST1I.I. ilINTER
TA1NED AND THE CONTRARY.
Ixindon, Nov. 7. The JFemhrs special
savs: A dcsjiatcli from Versailles this morn
ing states that Thiers is still at the Prussian
M. Lauricn strongly favors an armistice,
and all hope of this dc-ircd consumation is
THE MOST ACTIVE AND DETERMINED PRE
PARATIONS ARE MAKING FOR AX IMMEDI
ATE ROMI.ARIIMENT OK PARIS,
and all hopes of an armistice arc now at an
end. The correspondent adds: I hare, good
authority for stating that the bombardment
of Paris will commence to-morrow. The
Prussians arc now resolved to push the war
to its extreme without an instant s delay.'
BAZAIXE ORDEREDTO.BE ARRESTED vilERE-'
Loxdox, Nov. 7 The French Govern
ment have ordered the arrest of Cazainc and
the officers of his staff wherever found.
THE TROOrS IX PARIS
have been divided into three armies. A
DESPATCH FROM VEP.SAIM.ES
reports that Thiers positively declined to
conclude an armistice ou the basis that
the present status should continue four weeks.
He had no equivalent to offer for the provis
ioning of Paris, which, consequently, could
not be conceded. Thiers complains of the
annoyance caucd him by the eagerness of
American correspondent co obtain news of
the recent negotiations.
Loxdox, Nov. 7 There is still talk of
holding sessions of the North German Par
liament at ersaille an'l Pari".
tiie triitMS Insisted rroN bv rismarck.
St. Louis!, Nov. 8. The Ir'orWs cor
respondent "at ParN, on the 5th, writes that
the terms insisted upon by-Rismarck are an
nounced as follows; France shall pledge
herself, either Irv the Assembly or Govern
ment, to lay 550,000.000,000 indemnity; to
conent to the Germans retaining all the war
materials captured; to maintain a standing
army of only 130,000 menj and agree to the
annexation of Alsace and Lorraine to Ba
varia forming a neutral State, and not to
oppose the purchase of Luxemburg bv-Prussia.
When thcst terms were mail known.
the pci'p'p unanimously Rejected them with
the crv: "No armistice 1"' "Resist the
Prussians till death!"
A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION BETWEEN BIS
MAKCICANDTUE CROWN PRINCE.
New York, Nov. 7. A correspondent
writes from the Prussian army that' the dif
ference of opinion between Bieuiart'k and the
Crown Prince, about the prolongation of the
war, has ripened into a quarrel, and tfihi the
latter declares Bismark, whose deplorable in
fluence over the King is increasing every
day, is leading the Prussians into perils from
which escape will be very difficult. There
is a large pence party in Germany, and the
Crown Prince openly encourages 'anil lavors
its members. The same correspondent adds
that Bismarck admits that he has made seri
ous blunders since the beginning of the War.
THE ABILITY OF TRANCE TO CONTINUE THE
London, Nov. 7 A correspondent of the
World m h'cbfrvCRsiffon; 'tdRt'Hkn the
French Vharne a? Afoirts at London. He
Raid: The members of the Government in
Paris rejected the conditions irtadc by Bis
marck because they are'eorifiden. ,of Ihe
ability of France to finally repel Jhe ' in
vaders and preserve all. trie, territory and
save the honor of the countrv. France is
now savagely in earnest. Every dar she
grows stronger and more; eonsdon of her
strength; Prussia can, no longer get mod and
forage liysimuly overawing the population.
They get nothing without' fighting hard for
it. As wimer, advances 'the. Inissian's UifH-
culUes jnobtaining supplies will bsedmeH
greater, while the rmiesftifBonrkakJamli
""". "" t.ii " .stwjom in receiving
all needful supplies and everything necessarv.
An atta'clrimon the forts (Ipfrnrttntr ,.
k .hmIot. .rill' V.m..a .... iZ..1.T' ?' '
will scarcely be possible before" th'e"20'tiand'
no bombardment of the city will be possible i
fill fliA fnHz itn Ml'nti TT. Tl -,r 1 I
till the forts are taken.
few guns of heavier calibre than sixty-four
pounders. ShOphl thc-e'open now; the gam
of the forts would soori'siTc'ncc' them, and
even should the forts be finally taken, the
grounds between them and the" encienle are
honey-coned with mines filled with powder
and ready' to be exploded by electric wires.
All the roads leading to the gates are de
fended by barrieadea of masonry, constructed
with scientific skill and mounted with guns
of the best'description.
THE WHOLE NUMBER OF MEX NOW ABOUND
is 850,000. They are well armed, and have
arrived at a high state of discipline. The
drilling of the new levies is proceeding rap
idly, so that 200,000 additional troops, in
excellent condition, will soon lie ready and
capable of taking the field.
SUPPLIES OF FOOD
will be ample till the 1st of January.
AT THE FIXAL INTERVIEW BETWEEN BIS
MARCK AND JULES FAVKE,
the former for the first time declared he
would not consent to the admission of food
to Park during the armistice. The Provisional
Government of France refused its consent to
an armistice, without this consent, which
Bismarck intimated would be granted.
THE SEAL CAUSE FOR DISAGREEMENT
however, was the utter refusal of the French
Government to promise a cession of terri
tory. BAZAIXE NOT A TRAITOR BUT INCAPABLE OF
COMMANDING A LARGE ARMY.
New York, Nov. 7 A Herald's special
from Brussels, dated the oth, states that
Gen. Changarnier declares Bazaine not
guilty of treachery at Mctz. He was incom
petent to command a large army. The num
bers bewildered him. He could not move
men, could not operate forces. He had no
judgment, no foresight. He was also selfish.
All for self and personal glory and not his
country's honor. Bazaine thought all the
time that peace would be proclaimed soon;
that Paris would never hold out; that the
war would fall flat, and that his military
reputation would not be impaired.
He i hoped to be able to inarch out of
Metz at the head of 130,000 men the cream
of the French army and make the public
believe him a hero. After Bazaine was
driven into Metz, on the l'Jth of August, he
could have escaped had he marched boldly
out with his entire army. During the thir
teen remaining days of September and the
first five days of October, he could havedone
this with absolute certainlv. Anv sound
military man will tell you the same thing.
Then there were fifty-eight days that they
were in the strongest fortress in France,
when this 150,000 and over of the bravest
and most experienced soldiers could have
made their exit, and once in the field there
would, have been no more Sedans.
Sedan was noted for troops who
insulted their officers, and who were insubor
dinate and inefficient. What sort of an army
is that? Look at the army in Mctz. The
soldiers were obedient and every command
was executed. You sec there were no Red
Republicans in the Metz army. During the
last ten davs of the investment of Metz sor
ties were impossible, and no attack or at
tempt to escaic could be made. We had no
artillery no cavalry; only 50,000 infantry
we could do nothing against three branches
of the Prussians. At the time of capitula
tion there were 135,000 soldiers; of these,
25,000 were wounded or disa
led, and 10,000 sick. Tiie cavalry
and artillery were useless because they had
no horses. Thus reduced, the effective force
was 60,000 infantry. All our fine horses
were eaten tip our bread gone, and wc had
no salt. Horse is not bad eating with bread
and salt, when the horse is fat, but these hor
ses were not fat, and we had neither bread
nor salt. The taste was horrible. Could
troops thus fed siand a great battle? Do not
forget that during the last ten days the
soldiers walked in mud up to their knees.
Heavy rains and starving made us surrender.
PRUSSIA WILL NOT PAUSE IN THE WAR.
London, Nov. 7 -V Herald corrcsjioit
dent sends from Versailles an account of an
interview with Prince Leopold of Hohenzol
lern, who stated positively that while Ger
many was ready for peace it would never
pause a single instant in the war, pending
negotiations. If the armistice is not finally
concluded before the guns are in position the
bombardment will instantly take place.
NOT VERY ENCOURAGING FOR FRANCE.
Loxdox, Nov. 7. The Tribune? siccial
corrcsKndent at Blois says: Over 40,000
Prussians arc reported to have arrived from
Mctz to reinforce Gen. Tann. On our side
nothing is likely to be done unless we are
attacked. The government dreads the effect
of a reverse, and has resolved to risk
NO ATTEMPT TO RELIEVE PARIS
will be made for six months at least. This
army equals the enemy directly in front,
numerically, but shows complete want of
cenfidenee among the men, and iicrfect in
difference is manifested among the officers,
who arc mostly without sympathy with the
present government. I have travelled much
in the neighlioring districts.
THE GOVERNMENT EVERYWHERE IS DIS
TRUSTED AND DISLIKED.
Letters and newspapers from Paris, dated
the 3rd, state that the volunteer movements
started by Trochu had failed; less than oue
iifth the number asked for roiondcd
DICIPLINE DOES NOT IMPROVE.
Recent rcconnoissanccs were promenades in
force- The troops inarched out of one gate,
kept within the line of the fort", and returned
by another gate. The gros.-cst military of
fences pass without punishment.
THE GOVERNMENTS SYSTEMATIC DECEP
as before publicly, but privately they con
fess the situation is daily more critical.
Trochu and other members arc at logger
head. Every sortie yet made has resulted
in a rout or orderly retreat. Of the 30,000
National Guards, pcrhaiis 20,000 have guns
that would fire without bursting.
Keporta from Toarn.
Tours, Nov. 8. A general battle was
fought to-day near Orleans. All the ambu
lances here have been sent to the front. No
news as Vet has been received of the fighting.
Loxdox, Nov. 8, 10 p. m. Verdun
has capitulated to the Prussian.
"ilrfl lTJMf F"" ""1 "'' THE GOV
, ERNMENTIS DOING,
Tours, NoV: TThe Jotmial"'Oi)icud an
nnnnrrs the formation of three armies in
Paris. At thej latest reports perfect jowfer J
prevailed there. J1
The Government in this city is acting en
ergetically, and nn universal upri-ing is ex
pected, as it now seems to be tile general im
pression that Prussia has only sought to gain
time by seeming to admit the possibility of
an armistice, in order that the troops latcly
investirig"Mctz could come forward to Paris
REASONS FOR REFUSING TIIE ARMISTICE.
Tours. Nov. 7 Despatches from Vcn-
Vcspaicnes irom cu-
dome says the proposition for the armistii
has bccn'.Baaaiajbiisly refused IJllie Jcade
of the Paris "Govern nlent. The reason fu
of the Paris "Govern nlent. The reason for
this is found in the refusal, on the part of
Prussia, of, the project to rcvitual the' city,
and also because she accepted,' with reserve,
the scheme for allowing Alsace ami Lor
raine to vote for members of the Constituent
Assembly. The Paris Government is gener
ally supported in its action by the people
of "all classes. ,
THE RIOTS IN PARIS.
Dares ft urn P3ris,ofvcstcnl.iy71arc"flt1
band. The Journal Iffietilc announces that
Hie nipiilhera of the Government Were in
clined to overlook the violence to whichfi
iney were recently snujccieu oy me noiers,
but felt Convinced that they had no right to
set aside the interests cf the Republic as
menaces are still uttered. The Journal adds:
lowing the riots. Jlctsun have been taken
. t .iiT M t r'lVu ,-.:. , . : ,:
returns from .all the REmcra
of the citv show: leas, oo,90o: nays. C 1,-1
,. - - i , . - ill. 1 1 statement, u u ? iv i'in i..nv mi win.
The mujHcipal elections had re-ulted I g? w . j fpo&m'-a 'nysX
choice of Republican mayors in ncarlyTnnvkrator eiltdnnhtomii .
The village of" Onaxon, near Ila-ancon,
.xs Ulitm tsioe yalic.yrujuaiis and rctap;
rapaiiiyia w pryf WW ' lttfi ' li A t
annonhec" 'riitv cinm "pq)ti
expel the invaders. ,.
WHAT THE FREKCIC rATRS
' THE FAILVRE OP THE AB?UTICE.
Tocs-s Xov. 7. The JLmilcur tay'Si
Pruasin, as hc would neither consent to the
victualling of Paris, nor allow Alsace and
Lorraine, to vote-in the; election, of delegated
to- the Cooatitoent Anernbiv, assumes all
rcsponsiibilirT for the continuance of the war.
Pnisata. not trance, has reiit-eu the ar
: ar- .
All the journals here express the I
. .. - .
ipBTOBcn oi reiHiorccmcma, mum
i . r
warded off therttack from the army of ,
r r . -. i 1.111 . ..1 .1 -n. i si
wire, wnicn couia.nave utxen me oucnj-ve-
Henri liochefort has resigned hi position on
the somnuttceot1.pence. in conaeqtience "ij UoaiyTnipl ' kS'BUIw?!" rW.
f XMisnnderstandiwithth povernmcntirn;rerjnS;C,ou"h anoV'BrrntchitLs, by using
-tnl. ilik MTCnn a! tkJk MlmtmiMl aLmIImii 1. ... . ?. w- . J 1 VU:l
Since his resignation, KochcfortJias noi Jiecn I
- Keporlsi froia Berlin.
AT THE MOLTH OF THE ELBE.
XJEBLEsT, Xov. 8. The Prussian Govern
ment, which recently gave orders for the
restoration of lights and buoys at the mouth
of the Elbe, Iras now countermanded these
orders, and the work is conseqaently sus
pended. Keports trtm Versailles.
THE WAK GOES OS REPORTED FAILURE OF
Versailles, Not. 6 The Provisional
Government has filially rejected the protocol
urged upon tbcm by Thiers and Bismarck,
although previously they signified their ap
proval. Thiers has received orders from
Paris, to notify Bismarck that the conditions
could not be accepted and to return to the
capital immediately. The cause of the rup
ture is believed to be the persistence of Bis
marck, in inssstmg on guamnteeaior the ses
sion of territory." It is also believed that ne
gotiations were broken off on account of the
persistent demand of the French, that they
be allowed to revictual Paris. The war goes
on. The Prussian Ambassador says the
struggle will continue all winter.
WILLING TO ENTER THE CONFEDERATION.
London, Nov. 6. A special correspond
ent at Berlin telegraphs on the 6th: Wur
tcmburg, Baden and Hesse-Darmstadt, have
definitely agreed to accept the North German
Constitution, and enter the Confederation.
BAVARIA STILL REFUSES,
and insists on a separate treaty with North
Germany, reserving her military and diplo
DISTRESS AND DIsCONTENT PREVAIL LV GER
MANY. London, Nov. 8. A special to the 11 WJ
says: Fearful distress and discontent prevail
in Germany, growing outof the prolongation
of the war, which country, morally and ma-
It... . .11 11 !
icriu'iv, is in a uiosi uepiorame condition,
and it is doubtful how long public indigna
tion can be restrained by military discipline.
Everywhere is desolation. Tens of thou
sands arc iu mourning. Prussiamay greatly
injure France, but she is so exhausted she
cannot conquer. King William must go on
under the some conditions as the Emperor
did. after the battles of the 14th, lGth and
lSth, when he dared not return to Paris with
out achieving success to efface previous dis
aster. William also seeks success before dar
ing to return to Berlin. Otherwise Prussian
loner will collapse like the dreams of the
Florence, Nov. 8. Thiers has written a
letter to the Popu assuring him the Great
Powers will consider his case at the coming
Congress, and that a iiosition, worthy of God's
Vice-Regent will be provided "for him.
The King will officially enter Rome after
the national elections. Preparations arc
actively making in all provinces for the elec
tion oii the 30th inst.
REINFORCEMENTS FOR CUBA.
Madrid, Nov. 7 Reinforcements of
l,000 men arc preparing for Cuba.
London, Nov. 7. A telegram has lieen
received to-day from Shanghai, to the 19th
of Octolicr. The news continues to be war
like. Four gunboats, carrying ten guns
each, have been launched at Shanghai. The
Chinese were importing cannon, anus and
ammunition. No further outrages on for
eigners had lieen reported.
'talcr JtiNticc 'he to Keftljrn-llit
New York, Nov. 7 A Washington des
patch says there is a strange rumor here that
Chief Justice Chase has determined to re
sign, and that Judge Cartter, of this district,
will be offered the position. The reason is
not certain for the resigning of Chief Justice
Chase, but it is believed to be his continued
lopnlnllon or the Southern nl West
I ieoria ....
Arkansas.. 4Xi, I.V)
California .... .'iT'J.'J'.il
Delaware - 112,211;
Indiana.. 1,"0, 12s
Iowa ...... r,7l,:n:;
Kansas ln7. '(;
Maryland ......... i7,ni'j
Michigan ......... 71V, ll:t
MissiMdmii ...... 7:I,:K.".
Missouri 1, 1S2.0I2
NtliraKka ...... 2s, si!
North Carolina. W2.IH2
Ohi 2,:tW,.".l 1
2, 5 Id, 'J 16
1, IS!, I5n
l, Tin, ono
North Carolina.!, 072, 00(1
Niutli Carolina- 7V.,(p
Texas.. ...... S.VI.UW
Virginia . I,'JKl,Cu7
West Virginia... 4I7,3
Oregon. ......... ."-', 4fi-"
South Carolina. 70.1,7ns
irima. .... I !-.. .c
W Vinr nia-f .-'.
A new style of round hat is called the
"Lott.i,'' and is as pretty and piquant as the
bright little lady from whom it takes its
TwKNTY-riVK cents will buy a packet of
Ska Mcsvs Farink of your grocer or drug-gi-t,
which, in ten minutes, will make six
teen quarts of Rhine Mange, Puddings, Ciis-
! tards, Ac., &.c novO-cod&w-lw
With Tains in the Rack and loins, with
Irritable Rladder and the annoyance it
caii-es; with Neuralgia and Rheumatism,
with Dumb Ague, and its discomfort, and
with Headache, when thev can siiccdily lie
cured bv the uc of "Wayne's Dinrctic and
The purest and sweetest Cod Liver Oil in
the worldisIIajzanliY. CaswcllV, made on
the sea-shore, from fresh selected livers, 'by
Caswell. Ilazzard & Co., New York. It "is
absolutely pure , and' 'sweet. Patients' who
have once taken it prefer it to all others.
Physicians have decided it superior to 'any
of "the other oils in market. Sold by all
dniegists. "" XdttiAfr
The lient nnrt Orlc'nxl Tonic of Iron.
PlioMihortis and Calisaya, known as Fcrro
rfio.liateir.iifiof.CaliOTya Hark. The
iron restores color to the iilood, the phs
phonis renews waste of the nerve, tissue, and
the Calisaya gives a natural, healthful, tone
to the digestive organs, thereby curing dys
Dcnsia in its various forms, wakefulness,
general debility, depression of spirits; alni
s . - . - . . -- . -
r--:-.:": -.,-"--..-. " -r
One nint mnt.-iins the Virtues of one ounce
.. J .! . tMJiUU,f.il n nmT. ..T
ui caiisaa, aim uuu icubjiwimmj, wi vm
iron and phosphorus. Manufactured junly
by Caswell, IlaKard & Co., New York.
Sold by druggists. XsatAth
A Fr.w Words "of Wright. "Do you
mean to sayj madamo, that he hits taken no
other medicine? '
from a stale of absolute prortration; oasi'
sioned by chronic indigestion. It was asked
by a friend of the family of the invalids
mother, Mrs. Kicrnan, 05 Abingdon Square,
The medicine referred to was PlaXTATIo'n
lliTrtnt?, " I tfo mean to' say it," replied
Mrs. K.; "we had tried twenty 'other reme-
, 1 ftlrrfffi for l Bitter,
we tried none aflenvanis. Tor tlie Utttcrs
H T,c,atlyjlcrH;,f U the authority for this
... i. r..i ,..., "i.. ii:r
novO-eod&wl w ' V ' J f . " ..,
IIIUlBet, Beltta. Kl.
iDC. iitlw.T raavic ty i. vr. xuuu
Co., in f,-ia n. nt tiw fair, wan ine. most
ib question was asked the other day 'in
ion'to a. young man, " the only son of a
idow'who was then rapidly recovering
fxfiJlLi.J rttrtment. TWej were awarded the leading
i rtv tk JTcrnitinis on the best display of choice edge
" - afiJx-k rnillstoncsy flonring mill", portable
mrtnient. TWer were awarded theleadimr
, .. . j. r i r
I ortf Ttttlla wlunt f-loftntnoi Trrarbinrw. ifn
Miro-Vcd"; water wheel, bolUng doth-, brarr
T..J..7; " ' . Zii..; Ci.7 ii. 'i:
fiiiisier, icainer ikuuib, ia: iramti. -t-j
1...W. 'S- "" - ." Jtw
iax inuiKi , .t-.
raakini: thirteen nreminms in an. ineen
tire dlsplav- wa in erenr feature a great tri
umph of mechanical sk'ill, and the collection
was upc pfrcat nerefTio all the visitors
this department: The firm have aiwajB car
ried oft' the rjalm. in this branch of manuCic-
..i : .u ::.r.. - il it.. nr: I
lu, " .-""Tlr SZSI
rtii w t-w. iuir mrrr iaiui cii.iijuiuulu
TrMtnli ruiPF mill
Liauiu ui iraiuu-uciUftHL ww w . .
7 - .,. ... ":iim :. w-. I
?,0P u'c ??!? "V'!, I
, - . - ,, an Mtensive-Urade in every fec-
lann screw.-. uauiNu uuu.-, ui i-.
'tion oftlia.&utt,n4i WaKiWsVW.kc;uniry tir .ft
Wwji is J"" ' t
Blessed are thcywlu :ck relief from"
jjjj - e for tiavukall bei liaiqijfift-"10.
Mnuthati'the ctrre'is. coraplctei 1,000
I rani i ottered iiy uie propneior wr ""-1
efno iliat. will conal it in the cure of all the
tdLeases for which it is recommended. Fori
"ft W iy, "
constipation of the bowels and'as a. blood pu
rifier, for the cure of pimples and Blotches
on the face, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, and all
skin and Scrofulous diseases, this medicine is
unequalled. Sold by druggists. d&wlw
Mothers who liavo daughters that have
weak lungs should arrest the disease when it
is in the incipient stages. It is indicated by
a liacking cough, pains in the chest, difficulty
of breathing, or oppression of the lungs. If
this be permitted to nin on, tubercles will
form, ana Consumption will lie the result. A
most valuable remedy will be found in Allen's
Lung Balsam to cure and check this disease in
its first stage.
For sale bv all Medicine Dealers. d&w
Leaves woirni, November !.
Sugar, K. . V &
Crushed an J o Jcreil Sugar
A Sugar. ....... .... .. .......
B Sugar ...... .
C Sugar ... . ...
MolaKgs,, common Sugar IIou.se......
Syrup . . ..
Gol.lea Syrup-- . ..,
Sural Drins . .-.
White Inps . ...
Sail, coarse, t) LM ..
dairy.............. - .
it sacks ....
Alspice. . .
Cassia ... . .....
Nutmegs -. .. ,
Star CanJU-................. .
Soap . ...
Tea, best Iraparial ..
Tea, seeoml nualilv.. ......... .......
Mackerel, No. 1 V'JJ l-M
No. 1 kits
' No. 2 V i bl.l
" No. ..:.
" I 64
1 OOAI 50
12 00rU3 00
2 21 00
fi 0Oi7 50
1 STm!;2 00
:t soas 7.
5 ooy bo
2 504 50
2 7533 00
Herrin?, smoked ............. .,
Oysters t ras,.......m....
Can Fruits i case
Figs, old . ..............
' ' iick.. ..... ......
Raisins ..... .....-....,
Pru-1 Carranu ...
Brooms l dor
Wooden Ware, No. 1 tul- t1 iloz...
" " No. '2 tulis tl dot..
" " No. 3 tubs ti doz...
Three hoop ai! . -..
Two hoop jnuLs.. ......
Wash Boards.............. .............
Ton u co.
Tolaeco No. 1 r ir
1 0M1 10
40(3 1 60
' No. 2 V lb
" No. r, -t) p...
Natural Leaf No. 1
Killikiniik '! lule...
Fine Cut Chewing...,
rvtos AND ur,D.
Clear Sides, pork house
I -ard. ........ ...... ...........
Hams, sugar-cured .....
Drj- aOoil Market.
BROWS SIILRnNO AM) SIlllrrlMO.
Indian Head Sheeting 14Ticer?i
Amoskcag ...... 12'r,il"eiereU, N -.
Union A ........
III.i: MHLDtllKl.TIM! A "IIIKTIMi.
Mill Fruit of loom... 1
Si in I.owi 1I...... ...... 10
Wi in Niial I 12)4
3 iu lnisdale-.....-.. 17
TA in Hills lo
se in Rockland II
::1 in Fxasset F.-...- 'J
Js in Mivxsant ....... S
in Crcat Falls L- 10
Min liarlfonl 15
. l." Hartfi.rd Bro.
..ditMount Vernon .....
.. 22 Kev Monc. ..
. llllCollius A .
Amoskcag A C A..
Coiiesta C C A
I'lttMi.M . .
...... UJILillowell 12J
.... in Androscoggin Sattceit 15
Indian On hard
I.-D-onia . ......
Naumkeiig Sat teen
lla maker--.. .
I! irn, r .1 (', . 1fll.l nlit.li.r
Amerieaii ll!iMirriin.nk W124I3
Knlimoiid llViMerriliiJik 1. 11,
Aliens. Hi'. ll'ii.Malory Fancy- it
Arnolds " lu .Malory rink... 12
Fnvin.iii I'js.i'iiii'siiii Mo'g- 10' J
Bedford ... . 7J-siar . o'.
II V AM sl.I.Oi.
Prairie Hav, Ic "f( ton.....-...-
" ' lulcl '(Uoll
Flax si-til .
Timothy seed.............. ... -.
Bluegrass seol. .. -............
lU.il lop scol.. -...... .........
...S S 00(10 00
... 15 00,ojlS OU
... 12 onyio on
... 2 00(52 .VI
I.ipl Oil .
Liu-etsl Oil "l:.iu"
lanst-sl Oil lt.iil.-r.
Sts t Oil -
Nliplicr...... .. ...
Uiiwaslie fine hea v .
' extra .
.K'ilOreen Jalttsl ?) J
JIK.M. AND 1IB.
25G2 .'olCtirn ileal 1
Choice brantliiS 003 25llnin..
Wheat, KrJl 1 oo.Oats
toni.- .......... 50
I inch Siding do do ,
If inch Ceiling, ilean clear.:.....
jj " " i .,, .,.,
A Slotk Titnrl, 12 iiuli .
II " 12 Inch
Common Boanls .. . ...
, .TO 00.n2.ri0
Joit ami Scantling, 1C feet and under
shingles, A or blar sawed..
" N". 1 sawed .
do 2nd '
Doors, 2-6xln . ........
Saner ... ...
Salt -p bbl
"1 2 W
I 00,51 25
i. .1 Ma IK)
I X L White Winter Hour in , tatk....
Best City or Mistun br.ind..........
V-VJk .-.t u....
(t tt t "V
Graham Ylvur, . s:ckr....u-..
3 ! Oat Meal ......
MARKirXS BY 'TELEGRAPH.
2 ! r - '
1 i "nvr York, Norl ?.
Honey cay at 4Q o.
. Sterling steady and unchanged. , ,
GoldiinietatlOJjigir'1,. ' '
Clearances S3.C09,0'l. "
f ! -
iv&i?"x 'C2, 's'isM:; -.!, rji-?;
tT.MVUi MAHUM7K., , ,
- .hi St. LW. 2Jor. o.
FLOUR -lii5t.iiiBclianil.L t,. ,
WHEAT Uul.- asd lower; St?, r"nS 5c; 2
I. I C0;'o2;rrt fill SI LVal 17; strictly rrin'ie
si i8si st.ii m-HM i5,
ICOttS InIir4eJianl;jTrrfolrri -e; ,-whlte
'IJc4jrello''iJ357c bult oil niiifJ Xft choice
white 70571c facled. " " .
OATS Wall and ein-edjowcr atlX&Uar i
BARLEY Stealy and in tur tkiaaud tot bett
tiualitie;7290cfuc mixed ta chucc;rria.
' RYE-Steatlr at TOTtT-Jc.
PORK Old iuhss Si5 50jrl W ; new 50j 00.
' f b.1-
; ,-xjiwrToiK xakkjov ,.
I r i .) ?-m '.? -w. 5-!
iFL0III-DvlI an-1 drtdnx; tnKnSiiia&SlQ;
extras ;So S-JS" (p ;, choice S.C,i 00: wWtc wheat
'.r nmss 4i.
r-UpriDe ailes., oU ai .: ar stiej; I jSgi,
COFFEE llulf and unchaneil.
WIIISKEV Inll and declined; "vooil 97SS?c-
Oeir l:SJ5.1J.2 inch drcN,'d ons sido 70 A)
, 2d do do do do do ...... ,00
In ! (tlo do tbi tlo 50 00
Clear sMtngn - Io tlo .. SO 07
2d ..... . itit tlo . 25 on
3d " , , tlo , do .
Flooring do iii. . .. 32 50
It . . do' do. 17 50
2d ... . tin do . 42 50
3d JI Ikl f ibi -..if. 35 00
State lnds dull; Moi Cs, Ol'l. .
iSIMK "--'-' -" ""
rORK Dull and unchanged ; mess 521 259
21 37'i: prime (21 00(321 50.
BEEF-4ut bat ataadr.
BULK MEATS-Ihdl and aocbassnl; baas in
LARD Quiet and weak; new steam unchanged;
old 1315c, KctUe ISKQWJic.
-. Cmcago, Not. 8.
FLOUR Esira Hwing aulathut tnu.
WHEAT SdJtttnfl CTItngi "ouict at ;
96c; this p. iu. it is fairly actitc at MH'Xricht
CORN liuiel lut teaIr,at 5Sc. ir ,
OATS Quiet and JifjJsc higher sales at 3SJia
E Actitc and adranceil IQl'-ic; sales at 6Sc
for No. 2.
B.VRLEV Xs2mktand lc hither, with sales
HIC.HWINES-Oose-1 quiet, buyer 84c seller 85c
ruisK Quiet at $21 (or old; Sit rah r new;
S19 seller IVcemlier.
LARU rrim kettle rendered l.V; prime steam
12e seller December.
nOIIS Aetireat J6 50G 70.
CATTLE Dull at 3&6c
Essats to Yomis Hex, on Social Evils, and
the propriety or impropriety of setting Married,
with sanitary help tar those who feel unfitted lor
matrimonial happiness. Sent free, i sealed en
Telniefc Address, HOWARD ASS CIATIOK,
Box P. riiiladelpbia, fa. w 20iMwl23
A N&ttoaal Hedldmc.
One cau hardly pick up a newspaper or turn a
street corner now-a-days that beJdoi- not find,
staring him in the face, the announcement that
Prof. &-and-o has jnt discovered a medicine
which is a ianaeea St ail the 'iltss that flesh is, or
may be heir to. Tbcso 'wonderful" discoveries.
Usually Iiave an existence of a few months, then
dLapar from public notice. The reason of their
sudden extinguithmeut is apparent. They were
humbugs. At the outset all medical preparations
hare an co,inl chanco lbr success, as all are equally
unknown; but the ehafi is soon wiunowedfro8i
the grain by the practical test which an unpreju
diced public applies to all things. There are but
few preparations of medicine which have withstood
the impartial judgment of the people for any length
of time. One of the few which we have now in
mind, and which has lieen a long time familiar to
nearly every household iu the land, U the cele
brated Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Their almost
universal sale and use, and their emphatic endorse
ment from all portions of the country, compel the
admission that they mut V a specific for the ail
ments for which they are recommended, tatter
beforv us attest their efficacy in diseases of the
throat, Njwels and liver. In that truly terrible
complaint, dycisia, they are regarded as a sure
cun-. In Pittsburgh, where these Bitters are man
uf.u lured, their sale for home use is immense. This
fact alone speaks volumes in their favor. Urtmcti
frvui Ih Jwoiie Co'inVr, mri, . 7, ISC7.
Tilt: PEOPLES' FAVORITE.
Grand Holiday Drawing!
National Gift Enterprise.
Chnrlcred Tor Educational INiriwwps,-.
(BY FNITUD STATES AUTHORITY.)
Will Ih: I'r.HTti in Public al Hamilton, Ohio,
Monday, January 2d, 1871.
.& 5 O , O O O
Valuable and Useful Gifts
to be Distributed.
DRAWINGS take plate Regularly every sixty days.
Single Tickets $1 each. Six Tickets $5.
Tell thousand Agents wanted, to whom hlieral
deductions uill Is; made. -
All orders forTic!tt, terms to agents, tie., must
Is? atblresstsl to
LEWIS A. HOLI, Sfnunxcr.
IkIRii 110, Hamilton, I'.utler Co., Ohio.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN
Alnminnm Gold Watch Co.
It WE AHIIIVTMl
J. F. WILLIAMS & CO., JEWELERS,
651 Broadway, New' York,
Sdl.K Af.ESTS Kill! THK V. S., AXI IIAVK
authorirtsl tbeni to sell their great Kiireka Alu
minum Cold Watches for Thn-c IMlUrs, and to
warrant eath and every one to kerp ctirretl lime fir
one year. This wait h wc ginraiitee ti be the liest
anl t he-.ipt'st time-keeper that Is now in use in any
turtof the glolx-. The works are in double rases,
jdies ami CJent's sizmf and are lautifiilly chaseil.
The eae are made of the metal now ro widely
known in Europe as Aluminum (jold It has the
tiiKt cutur of Gulil, which it altcayt rftaiiu; it wilt
ttanj the test of Ihr strongest acids- no one can tell
It from gold only by weight. the Aluminm-i Hold be
ing one-fourth lighter. The works are all njade
by machinery, tlio same as the well-kuown Ameri
can Watt h. Wc park the watrh safely in a small box
and send it by mail to any fart of the United States
on receipt of St. 50; fifty rents for packing and post
age. A key is ent free with raclt WaUh. Money
shoiiH lie sent by rosl-uflicc iloiiey onlerorina
leistered letter. Ablrrvs all onlers and commu
nications to J. K. WILLIAMS CO., Jewelers,
novl0wl2. ,v,l Broadwar. New York.
KOJ.TIX' CLOTHS, ETC.
Send for Prices and Samples.
HASDWAKE AND CUTLERY.
F. J. BICUABP0, JOHS cosovca.
J. F. BIOIARIMS A CO.,
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
RuDber'and Leather Belting.
, v jitirsfr mit
John Deere' Moline Flows,
it . - '
r ire-pro or SAFES
id Mower, Moare
CAJTTOir, O SwecipstakM
AULTXAN fc TAYLOR VIBBATOR TUreahera
Wc have the b-tt aanrtneat of
V vV I KB vVJJT'UCS
Ii (be hf.Tte. I1 Warehouse; Bay nd (-lock
icalckiU by a will l-vet :up wiUiout
extra charge. Our stock of
v ... 1
JJROir ANP STEEL.
BELLOWS ANA'ILS.Yksiis, Ac.-, IB OOMPLETE.
The attention of Merchants f calle'Ito onrfitock
air! prices. OtdeWMliredand'rmpiTy'BTJed. "
1 I 1- I -- 1 Irr
I 1" -1
Corntr Thlr and Delaware streets.
m4Aw' - '
-noTjAlH8,-. -COWMd,"--" r-t
.,. . . .! .f -IT.
.rJiTieiT Q iWaabinxton St.'JS'n
All radical ae, are agreed that Sarsanarilla is
the most eScient of all the alteratives derived from
the vegetable kingdom, and the Iodide of Potassium
the meet powerful of all Mr obtained from thj
mineral world, and all who hare hail any larjc clin
ical experience are satisfied that either of these suh
stances increase and intensifies the ower of the
other. The rbtash augments the activity of the
SarsanartRi asd'thla in Its tarn adds immensely
to the virtue of the Potash. Together, in the com
bination of Edward Wilder' Sarsanarilla and Pot
ash, they oMstitute the, most We. BbAdTurl
fer and CtmsltlHlional AlttnHte ever ued. Ifo dis
ease or affection which depenils on Impurity of the
blood can resist ita action. Such is the confidence
in it that a car la giumnteml in every case where
the directions are followed, in any of the following
diseases: Scrofula in all its multitudinous forms,
Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections, Syph
ilis or Venereal Disease, Scrofulous Sore Eyes,
Glandular Swellings of the Neck or elsewhere.
Tetter, Weeping Sore Leg, Ulcers of every tiud,
rimples on the Face, Ringworm, Scald Head, Fall
ing of the Hair or Allorss-ia, White Swelling, Ague
Cake, Chronic Erysipelas, Pmpsy, Ac. Tfctt med
icine has affected the most wonderful cure". S
much so, that now the most eminent plivsiriins in
the world are prrscribins it in their daily pnutice.
They know its worth. Now i tlm season of the
year when your sj stem retinites an alterative med
icine. Then get this at once.
There is no such medicine fir the dist-s for
which it is recommended as Edward WiMi-r's.Mimi-ach
Bitters. It is positiveiy asserted that thej ore
altogether unequalled. They are atisoliiti ly infal
lible, if used according todiiections, in Iiysprpsi.t,
Indigestion, Iatsnulttent Fever, IJver Compl.iinl,
Colic, and Flux. They are a tonic. They aretm
inently an alterative. They are Misiior to alt
other medicines as an appetizer. They invmoratt
the enfecMtsI stomach, and revive theitvenrnnisht
system. They add new ower to tin itealeunl
heart, and sustain the overtaxed brain, lie-ides
"being superior to, theyare uuliLe, all other I'.illers,
in having tir their lase pure copiier-dislilbsl trs.iir
lnn whistey. This fjtt alone h.is gi,-n Ihetu a
character in the city where they jvi made, ami
must commend them to the Inters of the "! :itd
the genuine every where. To the anximis h.-i
weights! down with family cares, to the m n h tin.
xhaustetl Iiy the lurrass of biisiut-s t the dys
Ieptie, to him who suffers from tooslii:itl.oi, to the
victim of flux or eolie or debility, these Hitlers nllrp
speetly and never fiiling relief. Try them. If
yon take them once, you will never after lv without
them iu your hoiif.
Ily a protrssrefeiillydistsiirreil, I Imm-Ihs-ii al.l..
loobtiin fmui Ihelmrkof the Wild t'lierrj (Its h-nu-illy
the Pninus Virginiani) an extent tin li h is
xt 11 pmuuuntetl by the l'luniutt utieal N. i. I) nl
Ijindon ami ltrrlin toim-si-v. moroof the virtues ol
this invaluable In th.n aurnthir eterpresrnltsl
to llieiu. One finale ti-aspninful of lliltvanl Wil
tltr'sOiiiiaiiind Extract of Wild Chi rry tout mis
more of the active principle of I he ltd I herry
thin any other prepiration tont.iius in
.1 wine glxsit full. To this nlr.nl i
added other iiiKntlii-uts iltrinsl fnuu tin
vegetable kingilom, which give an el'icicuy, attiv
ity, and power to this remedy whit h justly tntitb
it to he called the IVstroyt r of Coiuhs, 1'iiM-, t"i
tarrhs, Iiranitis, Asthma, Initio 112.1, and Cmop.
Not tine of these atlts'tions ran withstand 11. I li.
yield instantly to its iun;it- jsiwrr. l-si.i- tlo-s-list-ast-i,
it isint.iliiabli- in Iiirinn"iii.i nn.t 11.
risy. In ltninchitis, atule anil thniiiit', it is un
failing, and iu thetotih of 'on--ii:otiiin it altonls
a relief whith iionther rt'iucily ist-ii,iliof ttnio.
In its couiiiisitioii nnsiituiu(s up all the iurisli
enls nettsssary loeirtst a s'noaiii'iit tun, whith 111
eier) case is warraulsl if us, at-tiirdiu,. tit dirts -linns.
Ilaveynu fnr vears litn sml. ring nilli Agi.i uid
Fetert,r( hills.111,1 IVttr, ithiihm 1.0 1, tin-ms-tem?
Ifsn, pi at nn.-e ai"l p't 1 l.iltlenr lltrard
riliWs Chill Tonit. as it is Nd.llr .i-mt1.. lb it,
in il line, and for the diseases fur n hit li it 14 its.
cnnimendts!, there is no mtslitiue kiiottn that a ill
at all eoniiare with it.
It isatertaiu, a s-iy, a i-crtiiaii -nt mre f.ir
ct iv disf-i-f arising fnuu mi i.ioa or rn.it int.
firm of Inlermittt tit or Ib-mittrnt Fovrr 1-111 rt i-t
it. Quotidian, Tertian, Qtiirliau, and Twtnlv
nneday CliilU Jieotiligisl to yield to it. It is Hm
coniurer of evry srie of Marsh t,r Sn.imi
Fever. It is tin eiiiiiplete mister of llruw Ai'oe,
Itritnlieal lleadachi, Intenuittfiit Nturalii,
Siileiialgi.l or Pain in the Side, and nfixt-ry varn ty
and mmlifiealionof luUrmitlentnd Itilioiis 1'etcr.
Nor tlors this niisliiine resemble any ot In. rnf the
thoiiNiiid suiiHiuiids adiertistsl f ir tht-seallit I inns.
It is the pure distillation frulu the iiiM itntly i.m
etiesof th- Cinchona Irark, jihI i. in itt-tr a jihar
mareulieal triumph, a thera.'iiti.al wonder. 11 at
onceiliccts the Cliills anil n-stores the 1. !."! to its,
proper consistency, thcndiy endiratiug all trati-sol
this' Mint hanrful disease fpm the system. Where-
ever these diseases exist this mcdlciiiu. should al-
ways Is kept in every hoiisrlmld, as .1 ture is al
waysiguaraatixd. Areyoti suflt-ring from rtiveitess.r in nr.sl m
Pills are a vegrtaMe tonieand intignrant ofimtom
Bion exerili'nee. For constipation atnl ttiliousm-sHi
they are a o rtain remedy. Ty thfir attiim lin-y
both revive ami refresh th oTerlisvltsI si stem. Nor
is this all. There is nothing in Ihtir eom.ttiiii.tT
which is not vegetable. They are juitfiit rirginnl
among the strong and rolii!. They art the t.ni.
aperient or laxativn needed l) Iho ibliiile aiel
weakly. Thchver, IhcgmtiernitiveglaiMl oflhn
Ixvly, dfteniiinrslpoth the purity of thi-litooil an-t
he rondition of the laorrls. Thest- pills t-onlairi
herlss gums, roots, and lrk, every one of whirh
js relrltrattsl as an antihilioiis remetly, ami width,
Ifth'refie a sin;!e a-s-ert ilnisl firt In medicine,
constitute the most gtiiial and pcrfis.tly s.itif. lory
pargative yet discovered. They ! not rop and
Injur. They clean out Ihedipraveil and viiiatett 1
seeflloris of the alimentary ranal. They tininl tin
and ptrsuade the In, r. They tone the Moium h,
ami tlirotighitfUie Imiuam! mttA, Tilt) il" tml
Irriuile-they nlore. In all the 1'hlrgm.Tia
Ithetrmattsm, Ery-lpelas, Vertigo, I'izrlness, In
flammation of the, Rraiii, IJver, KMji'-js, and
tilaoMir, ami iu overy other alUUon in . I1UI1 jl
Puntxtive is desirable, these pills STB 1-voih! all
I-radventnre a' 'true iafiiit.. !Iein iuo n.iin
h .1 ' T J , .
Other, as they can do you no liarm, and their etfitt.
are invulahly bvuefitial. 1 .
s. 1 t
Thousands of cmldren die auuu,illy of worms. u
1 ti i . "
true vermicide or wurm-kjllrr lias long Iuji1i-i.
lideiBtam in medicine. Elwartl Wilder: Mother
Worm Syrup is the thing neetfislf secure thildrcii
ir . .1 l" e
against the ln.iiliouj evilsnf the many worms whn h
Infest thir intestinal tract. It is (liable. It i
plearaat. At ia aalnbrit-nsi. It is fib: It expeU
roanrl worms; thread werm, ''arrl the liiiji 1 1--
I I. ' ' . f J
worm. It cannot faiLlIt rWrs up Hie sLfn. It
sweetens the temper of the little sutT. rers. I:
ecures sleep. It briogs.hack the appetite. Itrr
lieves the to mid belly.
Itadvanrtss1 tho gwth of-
Ihe child. It restores the nxs to its cheek.
itrnl I 1 . m
saves the teeth. It guWdsit against convulsions,
spajius, and St. Vitus'.dantc. It ilCir superior (
all other nMiliins it expeiiipt worms. , Mothers,
aoaita it that yovi'glvrt your cbiMrvn mis truly
4 t r - 1
ir. "1 t: . . ir . ,! . -is
' EDWAED VmJJEBfc .CO.,
Whtjfcsiue Druggists, '
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