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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870.
The Clark-Milhoan suit was yesterday
decided in the District Court, by special ver
dict for Milhoan, of $7,39155.
Mr. M. M. Jewett desires us to state
that lie is not the Jewett who ran on the
Democratic ticket in Tonganoxie in the late
election. Our veteran freighter still trains
with the Republican1?.
The first ten day the United States Land
Office at Augusta, Butler county was opened,
the receipts were $22,000, and 47,000 acres
of land were entered. Augusta has fifty
house already completed and twenty more
report on the same.
Th following resolution wa adopted:
Resolved, That the Legislature be request
ed to repeal section 7 of the aetentitled, "An
act to amend the' code of civil procedure,
being chapter 80, of the General statues of
18G8, and to amend section 27. of chapter 22,
of the General Statutes of 1863," approved
March 3d 1870, and to enact a law s sub
stitute therefor leaving it discretionary with
the court, whether or not the jury shall be
directed to return a special verdict.
Our. latest advices from Butler county
state tliat great excitement existed there in
fnsejiieiice of the lynching of Jim. Smith,
Ijewis Booth, George Booth and Ix-wirs Cor
liiu, by a mob of fifteen armed men. The
rliarge against them was, we believe, horse
Mr. George i. Weed of this city, is a
candidate for Doorkeejer of the State Senate.
Having served in that cijacity before to the
complete satisfaction of all the members, and
r,n ., ,.,.. ....-1 1 .1.: ... i mm in tne uirection
"-.. u (. niiiiiit .iiii nc;i 11111; man nc I .. ...
. ., ... , , ,1 ana heant in
Beat's or Mr. Si. K. Clark.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. M
R. Clark, of High Prairie Township, were
startled on Thursday by the news of his
death. The facts of the affair were a fol
lows: He and his son, Tlioma Clark, who live
about seven miles from Leavenworth, near
the Lawrence road, while returning home
from this city about 10 o'clock on the night
of the 23d inst., owing to the extreme dark
ness of the night, lost their road near the
Christian Church, about six miles from town.
They were driving a two-horse spring buggy,
or wagon. Finding they were off the road,
the father got out of the buggy to hunt their
way, and, going in advance, directed the son
how to follow. They proceeded some distance
in this manner groping their wav in the dark
as ljet they could. The son lufet sight of his
father, and leaving his team, went in search
am cordially recommend him, and hne he
will be elected.
OKl'JIAX A.SVI.L'.'H SI'I'I'IIK.
Kepori of Krtfiiil
The Executive Commitice take pleasure
in submitting to the public the following re-
wnere lie last saw
m, imt could not hud mm. Af
ter an hour' ft further search up and down the
deep ravine, wlucii they were trying to cross,
he got into his buggy and drove, as lie
thought, toward home, until he came to a
fence about :i mile from their house. He
then hastened on, supposing his father liad
crossed the ravine and gone in that direction.
When he reached home, about half past
eleven, i:ot finding him there, he sent his
the Protestant Orphan Asylum:
Total cash rweipt........... ......
Kent of Hall S13 l
Printing 1 :
Oysters . 81 ".?
Duties lirokm.... ............. ........ y K
Express liilf 7 R5
Servants . 1 no
Total elci)liturCT...... ...... .37J Ji
Net cash receipts... J1C3 05
In addition io the above, there was left on
hand, and sent to the Asylum, a lot of gro
ceries, valued at S27.
The ladies of the Protestant Orphan Asy
lum would take this occasion to return their
ipost sincere thanks to'the jicople of Leaven
VjPrth, for the generous manner in which
(fry have rer-Kinded to the appeal made in
llialf of the Asylum, and would unite in the
prayer that those who have so clieerfully
givenof their store in aid of the fatherless,
iiuny be rewarded by the Great Father an
By order of the Executive Committee.
Mrs. C G. Waite, Secretary.
imrt of the amount realized at the entertain-1 J""'1 brother and an another young man
merit given at king's Hall on Tl.iirs.lav i0JP'-t,, kntenw in Nurch of him.
... " - , lliey examined the ravine throughout its
evening, ,ovember 24th, for the benefit of CIItire length, and continued their searcli
j until four in the morning, without finding
t .vi mm.
The vounger son again went out at day
light and found the body of Ills father lying
I in the ItotUmi of this deep ravine or ditch,
j a short distance from where he was last seen
by Thomas Clark, the previous night. The
ditch in which the body was found was be
tween eight and ten feet deep, five or six
feet wide at the top, and one foot at the
Itottom. The body lay lengthwise of the
ditch head up-stream. There were no
marks of injury on the body except some
slight bruises on the right side of the face
and forehead, which appears to have been
made by the fall. The body so completely
filled the bottom of the ditch that the running
water dammed up till it came over his head.
The fall probably so stunned him that he
was unable to extricate himself, and was
I he verdict of the coroner s jury was in ac
ccrdance with the above facts.
The deceased was a brother of A. M. and
M. E. Clark, bankers ot this city. He leaves
a widow ami five children. His age was
Triennial Aiinlirrsnr.v of Nnmarllnn
Lotle, Xm. SO, I. . U. T.
Tlie celebration of the Triennial Anniver
sary of this iodgv will lie held at Odd Fellows'
Hall on Wednesday evening, Nov. "JOtli.
The following is the progromnif of the ex
ercise of the evening:
The Lodge to lie call
1 to order at pre- remedies nreii-jred
It 1 . . ,1 , -.' a, ... . .
ciseiy nan-pa-i i ociock, iivv ji. wooil, i v;i,ior r r
lit .1 , - n. , .. ... . ... M1IUI.I, ill .
ortliv Chief Templar and Presiding Of- ,
r.L,- " 1 too luanv of t
The country is flooded with all kinds of
patent medicines, and probably many of them
are nearly worthless. There are some, how
ever, meritorious, and among these are the
and sold by Edward
ouisville, Kentucky. Unlike
the latent medicine manufac
turers of the day, Dr. Wilder does not claim
that one kind of medicine will cure all kinds
of diseases, blithe has carefully prepared six
compounds, each adapted to a peculiar class
1 To ojeii by singing one of our odes,
and prayer by ICev. 1'obt. Brown.
- A stati'iiiLiit of the exercises of the
evening, and a welcome to friends and vi-ir-imr
brethercn. Iiv the Presiiliiii! Ofiirvr.
yMu-ic, by the South Ijeaveiiwortli Mil-, of ailments, and Jheir great success is suf
sical Association. . ficient proof of their ellicacy. It is simply
4 An es-say by P W. G. V. T. Sister alisnr.rfor.iiiv phvsician to assert that one
Burbanks. stiii-crt, Progiws of the Order ' ... ".,, ', , , - , , ,.
in the State of Kansas." . prescription will do for all kinds of diseases;
5 Ileciiatioii, -The Bum Maniac,"' by G. antl therefore Dr. Wilder, desiring to be suc-
"M. Barns, 1'. W. C."T., Empire lodge No. I cessful, has made til his medicines with re
..,..".. .... i ganl to the diHa'es thev are intended to cure.
Piofeor B-Own-of Olivet College. Ohio. ' " remedies arc alr.-a.ly in great demand
7 The Anniversarv address l.v J. W. throughout the Wi-t, haing been thoroughly
tested, and provetl to be all that is claimed
for thriu. See advertisement on the fourth
THE AUSTRIAN BLUE BOOK.
London, Nov. 24 The Auatnaa Blue
Book contains recent diplomttic correspond
ence relative to Montenegro, showing that
before the present war French aggreaiioas
were so great as to suggest a call for the ac
tion of all powers.
displays great anxiety to ksow the position
the United States may take in the Rnsso
AUBTBLt. TO RUSSIA.
Vienna, Nov. 24 Baron Vo Beuat ia
replying to Prince Gortschakoff, says: The
oblieations.contracted in 1856 are ot to be
evaded or annulled. The fact that Turkey
can sustain a fleet where Russia cannot, u
not sufficient for arbitrarily dissolving the
treaty. The action of Russia augurs ill for ex
isting and future treaties. Turkey is not re
sponsible for the union of the Principalities.
Turkey asks that we shall not give sanction
to the breach of the treaty. The mere hol
iday, and the excursions of frigates into the
Euxine, with the Princess on board, were
perfectly harmeless. Russia should have
shown her dissatisfaction and spoken at the
proper time. Austria deplores Russia's de
termination and expresses her surprise. She
points out to Russia the inevitable conse
quences of the step she has taken. In the
second note from Von Beast to the Austrian
Ambassador, Count Chocteck, he denies hav
ing taken any initiative in 1867. He pro
posed a joint action of all the powers, but no
independent action unless consequent
upon a Congress. Then there could have
been nothing serions now the greatest ap
prehension exists. Excited as the Christian
subjects of the Porte are, they will think that
theoccasion Is optiortune to take in their
hands the solution of the Eastern question.
DISSENSIONS BETWEEN THE QUEEN ANB THE
A special London despatch says: It is
stated in the best informed circles that there
arc serious dissensions Itetween the Queen
THE SCENE IX THE COUNCIL,
yesterday, surpassed in excitement and an
tagonistic manifestations any other meeting
of that body in modern times, or even in the
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History oi me uniisu lauinei, anu tne ru
mors, to-day, in court and the highest polit-
niii circles toreuoue consiueraoie uimcuuy
among the governing classes.
London, Nov. 26 The Cabinet session
yesterday was an excited one. Earl Gran
ville was, however, sustained by a majority
of lib colleagues in the position he has as
sumed. England's attitude will be firm but
conciliatory. She will oppose with extreme
measures any violent infraction of the treaty
of 1856, on the part of Russia, but is will
ing to enter into an examination of the
claims of GortschakofTs circular, looking to
a peaceful settlement of disputed questions.
The reconstruction of the Cabinet is cer
tain. ADDRESS OF THANKS TO THE EMPEHOR.
A telegram from St. Petersburg says: All
classes of the Russian people from the peas
ant to the noble, are sending addresses of
thanks to the Emperor Alexander, for his
great act of casting off the restrictions which
have so long shackled Russia's commercial
A ROYAL VISIT.
It is announced that Queen Victoria in
tends o visit the ex-Empress, Eugenie, at
London, Nov. 26 The London Tvmei
special Bientioes a formidable Republican
uprising in Spain. The Times says: It
will be impossible for the new King to reign
in peace; that the people in that section
are bitterly opposed to monarchy and ripe
for a revolution.
from Georgia, that state that at the coming
election the Republicans will carry the
Legklatnre and all but one Congressional
CONGRATULATIONS THE SPANISH KING.
Florence, Nov. 26 A volunteer depu
tation of notables will leave the city to-day
to meet the fepanish deputation at Uenoa, oa
Mondav. 'The latter are on their wav here
io officially inform the government of the
election of the JJuke of Aosta, King or
King" Victor Emauel has aleady received
the congratulations of the Austian and Prus
sian Governments on the election of Aosta.
Soldiers of the class of 1863 are to be dis
missed on furlough on the 1st of next
Sharp shocks of earthduake occurred in
A COXSI'IRACV FOR AN INSURRECTION DIS
Panama, Nov. 22, via Havana, 2o Ad
vices from Lima, to the 14th, say that a con
spiracy for an insurrection has'lieen discov
ered and the leaders punished.
An intercepted letter from ex-President
Prado, now at Valparaiso, to Senator Ba
dinos, implicated both.
In Bolivia, on the 22d, a revolutionary
movement, headed by Gen. Rendon, was at
tempted. He proclaimed himself Presi
dent. Martial law has been declared in the State
of Potosi. A fight is imminent between the
Government forces and the insurrection
Cleveland, O.-, Nov. 25. The meeting
was called to order by Gen. Rosecrans. The
report of the Treasurer, which was referred
yesterday to the Auditing Committee, was
accepted. J. be report of tne Lommittee on
Nominations of Officers was then read. It
recommends that the office of President be
left vacant one rear, and that Gen. Rose
crans be made First Vice President, with the
alternation that if it be considered necessary
to elect a President, he be the choice of the
Society. A long discussion ensued on the
point that there was no authority in the
constitution for the creation of a ranking Vice
President. Finally, the motion that the
Society proceed to the election of a
President was renewed and carried.
The report of the Nominating Com
mittee was adopted, making Gen. Rose
crans, agreeably to stipulated alternative,
President of the Society. (Great applause.)
The General returned his thanks, and was
glad that the Society had decided to resjiect
their constitution, and could see no honor to
the deceased President in keeping his chair
vacant, if by so doing their written constitu
tion was violated. He earnestly recom
mended, however, that Gen. Thomas's chair
oe perpetually kept vacant and shrouded in
mournmcr. asafeatnrenffntnrp reunion. th
motion was carried. The officers for the en
suing year are, President, Maj.-Gen. W. S.
Rosecrans; ice Presidents, Ohio, Gen. J.
IN 'A'M H YOTTItfa-
HT. LOUIS SAW WOKS.
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS.
U. cox; ind., Uen. JNathan rumoall; Kv.,
T. F. Wood; Tenn., Capt. J. P. Drouiilard;
Mich.. W. L.Stouehton:X.Y.. GenJoe
COMPLETION OF A TELEGRAPH CABLE.
Havana, Nov. 25. Telegraphic commu
nication by cable to Jamaica has been com
9 Kcciiation, "The Two VagjiUunls,
L. M. (ioddanl.
10 Address, Milyect, "Teinjieraiuv,1
the Hon. I). J. lircwcr.
Little Baicfoot," l. Miss 'Mary
,v i l,3ge '' '" p:qer.
. j . change o! tune will go into elicit on
I the Iavemv.irth, Lawrence t Galveston
'11 Song, "Romaiiza from Martha," by i fciilroad, next Sunday, by which close con
Yrcd Haxl.y, of the U. S. A. ... I neetion will lie made with'the Ix-avenworlh
1" lKlire to close Iiv select music, by the ,, . , , ....
sSouth Leavenworth Mu-iial Association. "rancii. ims win wkc iimih iiimugii to
After the l.oIe closes there will be a i Ottawa and other points m one day, and
rgraud Social in the main Hall below, to I people up this wav will rejoice greatlv
srwhirliall friends of the Older are cordially . ,..,, T!ll. riln.i ,v:i I- m.,...!..P.l m Ti.
Hf Tickets to the social tan Ikj pmenred from "S3 tm ,,,ilcs K'lmv '"''''''. ' ' &w
iros. W. W. Uliiltls and W. 11. J-,berlc in , "ays.
lie. hall, or lielore that lime at Crew & Mor-j --
n's and Rose t: Olivers Ixhis. stores, or learn that the work on the Chicago
. . l r .1 T . . S . 1 s n
om any memoeroi tne r.xeciuive uunniii- & bout iwestcni itailroad. which was con-
s lor 5l.
No tickets are neccssarv
ue. and all inen.ls ol lemi
nestlv requested to be present. We wish the track is laid to a point about two miles
make our anniversarv m every wav a 4 bevoud that place.
leasing success, and if iiossiblc interesting, ,
raad beneficial to all who mav attend. I
rJThe open Lodge will close at fifteen min-
i to 10 o clock, so that the social wilicoin-
nce at 10 o'clock.
he Fort band has been employed for the i
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. , j siderably delave.1 near Plattsburg bv rain,
ssjiri-to attendthc oiien J . . ... .', . ,
Is of TeuiiieniiiH! are j H I,mv lro8S :'- rapidly as t,oss,ble, and
sjsion, wlucii ol ilsci! insures gmiii music.
There will lie an excellent Mipiier served
le basement at which Beiga will preside.
V Mriabrr wf CiiiiKrr Itylmtc Report
ol" (tap Iiuuilcratiou Cemmltlepj to
Chicago, Nov. 25. A special from
Pejria says: Hon. B. N.Stevens, just elected
, W. Ciiilbs. Mrs. M. W. Chiliw,
W noninTMi " M. Runrs.
J. W. Taylor. . " M. E. Tayi-or.
fci J. N. Stutsman.
teat or (:n Tor Ine
brrTerni, .. 1. 1S70.
jous committees have ween appointe.1 to ' , Congress fnmi the old District, is dving,
on friends ami visiting luvlkeren, ami T)ie Committee appointed bv the National
icipate a good time. iinniigr.ition Convention at Indianaiiolis to
Bg lliai an irienos oi uieonieraii.i oi ,UCmorialire Congress, met at the Sherman
'. may len.i u ineir am io mane j HousetoIav. Tiieresolutions.piesentedtothe
intnent one Tf pleasure as well us , iv11Vpiitionwas taken no and the follon-inf
, ., i. i t l . : o
re suuscrioc ourselves, drafted. In reiranl t j the first two. vour nu.
xif,cx., ' liiorializers would represent to vour honorable
' liodies that the Convention we represent cm
liodied delegates from twenty-two Suites and
one territory of the Union, and it was com-
Med in a great measure, of men who
I had given much of their time and
attention. both in this country and
i Europe to the subject of transporting
emigrants lroni Europe; and m placing be
fore you the views of the Convention, we
would state that emigrants arc frequently
placed in badly ventilated ships, supplied
with insufficient food, deprived of means to
secure personal cleanliness, unprovided with
proper medical attendance, and even in ves
sels where the projier sanitary regulations
are not enforced, the laws of the United States
are violated by over-crowding the steerage.
Your memorialists believe as great or gcater
evils exist in the inland transit of emigrants
as in their transtHirlalion to this country.
Clark, Small , The memoralists call especial atteu-
' tiou to the fact that bv far the greater
, nuiiilierof emigrants landing at our sea ports,
i jsKss on immediately to the Western and
i Southern States and Territories, and that
during such transit they are subjected to
manv adverses lieing crowded into cars in-
j sullicieutlv ventilated and not ottered sutH-
Jontfay, Dceciabcr 5th.
-Harix vs. Franke &Bro.
uann vs. Secermaun.
-"Van Dike vs. Van Dike.
Myers vs. Myers.
es vs. Jones,
id vs. Viercutz.
-Tarre Haute IronA Nail Works vs.
gr vs. Bailev.
ling A Franks v
"JWav, December 6th.
, vs. McWhirt, etal.
ramr vs. lvenmuir.
i vs. Carroll.
foiir vs. W.khIv.
er vs. Uee.1, et al.
em wEverhart. et al.
I of Kansas vs. Martha lkivle.
r vsJ Keller.
tit Serman vs. K:.nsas In-m-
' vs. belles.
' vs. Kansas Pacific Rail-
Cent, et al.
iler, t aL
Webb et al.
tht y anl
small that nfc-ygV
tion ?3 Is h:
Every time a qiH
th5 prc?s deems lti
for the breaking u
of tliea.wrlionts r
of the nefarious i
doubt, very dcsir
blame rest with i
: of the Leaven-
: District Court
called to the
Green, T. A.
cient facilities for obtaining cheap ami whole
some f.Kid and water, being unnecessarily de
layed, being sent by circuitous routes in order
to accommodate certain railroad companies,
being enticed by runners into boarding
houses against their wishes and interests, not
being able to have their laggage checked
through and thereby frequently losing it,
lieing insulted by deck hands and
thieves on the river and lake steamers.
The annual rejiort of the Commissioners
of Immigration, of the State of New York
for the year ending December 31st, 1869,
corroborates fully a conviction, forced iqion
the minds of memorialists, that it lias become
an imperative duty with the United States
Government to carry out the objects above
recited, and they respectfully urge the pro
posed convention between the Government
of the United States and Foreign Govern
ments, for better protection of the steerage
passengers on the high seas, at the earliest prac
ticable time. They also call special atten
tion to the annoyances and injuries frequently
sustained on the art of immigrants, by the
action of the Custom House Inspectors, re
ferred to in said report of the Commissioners
of Immigration of the State of New York.
The Committee then adjourned until even
ing, when they will probably complete their
In his reply to the Speaker's address in
the Parliament of James I., the Lord
Reaper said : "I will put you in mind of a
story which Tully relates out of Thucvdides.
The Thebans, having overcome the Lacede
monians, in memory thereof erected a bra
zen trophy. A complaint was made before
the Amphictyonic Council that by that
trophy the memory of their civil discord
was made eternal. Their judgment was that
it should be abolished, because it was not
fitting that any record should remain of
discord between Greek and Greek."
The Mount Ceais Tunnel, the most
wonderful piece of railway enterprise ever
BBdertaken, will be completed next year. 'At
one part k is 5,000 feet below the ear&ce of
London, Nov. 26. A special eorrestoiid
ent of the World, who left Versailles on the
21st, brings the following rejiort of an inter
view had with Bismarck on that day:
Correspondent What is the explanation
of the great dissatisfaction expressed in Ger
many at the plan of the campaign in rela
tion to Paris?
Bismarck The capture of Paris is clam
ored for, and it must be accomplished, sooner
or later, to satisfy the folks at home. Re
specting the time and means for effecting this,
public opinion is widely asuay. It bestowed
an inadversiou unjustly. Had my council
been followed, Paris would have been at
tacked long ago.
Correspondent Your Excellency says that
your counsels were overruled?
Bismarck When the forces, led by Gen.
Von Blumcntlial, after the victories of Wis
senburg and Woerth. emerged from the Vos
ges and marched towards Chalons, where
tne cavalry under fnnee Aibrechl stood.
Gen. Moltke decided they should come up
and help annihilate the army, so liurridiy
abandoned at Chalons. 1 urged that they
should be ordered to continue their march on
Paris unprepared for a seige, and Uike it or at
least cut it off from thereat of France, which
should then be overrun as quickly as possible.
When the Department .if the Seine-et-Oise
was reached, there was found a nut liard to
crack. Then there was a new question
How was the kernel to be reached? First,
we determined on a bombardment, of which
the intention to open a secret jiark of artil
lery at Villa Coublay was complete. This
measure I urged, but now come new disa
greements. The King, under advice of Von
Moltke, decided to let famine reduce the cap
ital, trusting that discord among the Parisi
ans would contribute to hasten the surrender.
Correspondent But this plan was univer
sally supposed to be your own.
Bismarck So far is that opinion from
truth tliat I now cease piy indigna
tion at being no longer nade a party to the
councils, wherein great questions were de
cided. In 1S66 the important projiositiou
was decided without asking my advice, now
there are great changes whole plans are
adopted without consulting me, while jiopu
lar disapproval falls upon me. Those who
say it is my fault that Paris has not been
bombarded are wholly in error. I have
most ardently desired and strenuously urged
Corresjioiident But at least you have the
satisfaction of having accomplished the
unification of Germany?
Bismarck Ah, no." I attribute the halt
ing and partial failure of the attempt for
German unity to the delay resiiltimr from
those opposing the scheme Had my ad
vice been followed the people of Bavaria and
Wurtemburg would have been carried in on
the wave which swept over Germany, and
the grand scheme of a United Vate'rland
and Deutecher Kaiser would have
became a reality, instead of the half-hearted
confederation now about to be born. For
me the great object of the war never lay on
this side of the Rhine, but on the other "side,
where I meant there should exist one great
country, one great people, and one great Em
peror This extraordinary conversation was held
under peculiar circumstances which caunot,
now be stated, but I have given almost the
exact words used bv the Chancellor.
Interference or Prnsslit la AflTmlra of
. the United State Excitement In
New Yobk, November 26. The Dibune't
Washington special says: Diplomatic cir
cles are excited just now by an ominous ru
mor relating to the reported efforts of the
Prussian Government to secure a foothold in
the West Indies. It is stated that a Prus
sian agent visited President Baez, in San
Domingo, some months ago, and informally
offered to take a reversion of an annexation
scheme, purchase the territory of San Do
mingo, and transler all to uernian control.
Such a rumor reached here from Havana at
the time, but it was generally discredited.
Now, however, it is reported that Bismarck
has made, through Bancroft, a definite
proposition to this government: That Prus
sia shall be allowed to negotiate for a coaling
and naval station either in San Domingo or
some other West Indian Island, without
oplKisitiou from the United States, this gov
ernment to receive the support of North
Germany iu obtaining a coaling station in
the Mediterranean. The foregoing state
ment is given as a rumor, but it is positively
declared that its truth will be established.
Another phase of the rejxirt is that the Ger
mans intend to take possession of the French
West India Colonies if they found our gov
ernment at all inclined to listen to their ac
quiring such territory by transfer or con
quest. A '' Cniifliilatp for I lie Million to
EtiKlunfl f intacrlnjr of-the CInn at
the Capital The .rw Third Parly
IIh I'roxpertw and Strength.
Washington-, Nov. 2C There are ru
mors that Henry T. Blow, of St. Louis, h:ts
ieen tendered the mission to England, and
that he is now eii nmte home from Brazil, Io
A good many Senators and Members have
arrived here, and are engaged in procuring
quarters. The expression among them is
quite general against the formation of a new
or third party. But it is equally general
among the Western niemliers, Republicans and
Democrat, esjiecially in favor of a tariffre
form and' for the organization of the next
House on th.-t basis. The Revenue Repub
licans say they will show their strength in
the present House, by uniting with the Dem
ocrats to prevent a repeal of the law conven
ing the next Congress on March 4th. While
there will be no absolute political coalition
it is pretty evident, judging from the general
talk of the liberal Republicans, that niem
liers of the two parties will be found voting
together in the coming session.
Hooker; Iowa, Geii. W. H. Lane: N. J..
Gen. G. W. Windell; Kansas, Gen. Jno.
W. Martin; D. C. Gen. W. D. Whipple;
Ills., Gen. P. H. Sheridan; Minn., Gen.
Van Cleve; Penn., Col. Ramsev; Wis., J.
S. Starkweather; Mo., Col. Chas". Van San
born; Corresponding Secretary. Col. II. M.
Sist; Recording Secretary, Col. Jno. W.
Steele; Treasurer, Gen." J. S. Fullerton.
St. Louis and Detroit were named as places
for holding the next meeting. It was de
cided to hold it at Detroit, on the 16th and
17th of November next. Gen. Craft
from the Committee appointed to report
a plan to pay some fitting tribute
to the memory of Gen. Thomas, reported
the following:' On the 29th of March, 1870,
Maj. Gen. Geo. 1L Thomas, the great sol
dier, who has presided over this societv
since its organization, fell at his post with
all his harness on. His spirit returned
to God who gave it. The memory of his great
ness and goodness is all that is now left to
us. His death was a National calamity and
an inparable loss to his comrades; therefore,
Besotted. That it is vain by words to at
tempt to express our loss or to describe the
grief which pervades this society. In view
of this sad event,
Resolved, That the banners of this society
be draped in morning, and that an appro
priate meraoral page be inscribed upon its
Resolved, That some fitting monument
should be erected by his countrymen to mark
the spot where rest the remains of our be
loved commander, and that this society
shall take the initiatory steps for its erection,
and for tliat end a committe be now appointed
to arrange some method to procure the nec
essary funds, and to provide a design, speci
fications and estimates therefor, and rejiort
at the next meeting.
Resolved, That the President shall appoint
some comrade to prepare a biography of
General Thomas, and collate and arrange
the proceedings of the various States and as
sociations in honor of his memory, with a
view to their future publication bv this soci
ety. The resolutions were unanimously adopt
ed, and it was determined that the committee
Lshould consist of one from each State. Ad
journed till 2 o'clock.
rnilE VEOETJTIVE POWERS OF LIFE ARE
Mron;, !ut in a fr years liox ultra the inlliil hue,
the Lick-lustre eye ana emaciate! form, ana the
imosiliilltT of application to mental ellort, jhuw
its lianeful influence. It won Jbfcnnies evident to
the oliservcr that some ilciires-iins influence is
checkin; I bo development of the body. Consump
tion is talked of, and perliaps the youth is removed
from school and sent into the countrr. This is one
of the wont movement". Removed from ordinary
diversions of theever-thancin scenes of the city,
the powers of the iKxly, too much enieehlod to give
zest to the healthful and rural exercise, thoughts
are turned inwards tijuiii themselves.
If the patient lie a female, the approach of the
menses is looked for with anxiety, asthe firstsymp-
tom in which Nature is to show herravinir nower in "
diflusln; thecirculation and visiting the cheek with
the bloom of health. Alas! increase of appetite
has yrowi! by what it fed oa; the energies of the
system are prostrated, and the whole economy is
derangfJ. The leautiful and wonderful period in
which body and mind undergo so fascinating a
change from child to wom-in, Is looked for tn vain:
Tho parents heart bleeds iu anxiety, and fancies
the gravo hut waiting for its victim.
BKAJTCH, CBOOKES A CO
EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
Or all the Description how hmnI in the I'niteil State.
.Tll,e!St,r! n-elen manufactured aud in use since IMt. Thev are warranted thel-t Inserted
Tooth saws made, are used exclusively on the Pacific Ciwt and approved by mill men wherever known.
FOR SALE AT OUR WAREHOUSES,
214 Lake street.
116 and lis Vine street,
St- Louis, Mo.
76 Carondelet street.
Nrw Orleans, La.
II. T. HELMBOLD'S
There is a scarcity of cotton pickers at
One company in Iloston has manu
factured 1,500 locks within three months.
List year SOO.OOO pairs of siiectaeles
were turned out from one factory at New
At the l'rooklyn Navy Yard, the splen
did old frigate Niagara, second rate, is beinj;
torn to pieces wsth a view of altering her
into a broadside iron-clad.
A horse-shoeing match took place at the
County Fair at Fond du Lac, Wis. One man
put on four shoes in twelve minutes and forty-eight
seconds, and another in thirteen
minutes. So we are told; but the match was
for the best shoer instead of the quickest
California has commenced the manufac
ture of beet sugar, with promising success.
On account of the long season, and rich,
deep soil, the beet does remarkably well on
the Pacific, and in the process of time Cali
fornia may rival France in the pioductionof
Keporto from Rrrlin.
Beklin", Nov. 25. The Times correspond
ent telegraphs that hundreds of the regular
lnips who form a arl of the garrison of
l'arisare daily offering to surrender, and al
lege they are starving. They are all turned
Tl II t.l . 1 1 1 .!. I.l 1-1
xiit i tcsiu:iu. iia-s orucreu me juiium ceueii i :,.. i
4 . .i c i j a i i .1 -! i IT is strange how sensitive some men are.
to the Creeks and Seminnles, and the Chero- rri, -u ? 1.....1. 1 . .1 . .
1. . . r .1 - i 1 I Ihev will get drunk, rave about the streets.
kee country west of the ninetv-sixtli degree ,.,-- i:l ' , ,, . .,
.1 -.1.1 1 ..i r veiling like savages, go home and beat their
ot longitude, to be surveyed with a view of it- ,M ,, ,., , .. e ,
i . 1 t i- i- 1 -.- . "wives, turn the children out of doors; or
designating to each Indian his legitimate L,V:i,, , 1 . . e .1
. ? 1 B 1 t-ii ? 1 1- 1 Mienil night after night awav from their
tract of land, on which he mav establish a r' ;i- : ,ia: ., 'u 1. .
1. 1 1 .1 . .1 - - -i, families in gambling rooms; be cancht at
I their rowdyism or their gambling rooms;
I jay a tine before a magistrate, and having
. thus made their own act become as notorious
as possible, will slide around to the reporter
j and beg him, with tears in their eyes, not to
I bring disgrace to their families bv mention
ing that little affair in the paper.
name. It is believed tliat tins will encour
age agriculture and meclianius among them,
ST. LOUIS ADVEKTI-EMEN1S.
Versailles Nov. 24 A "treaty, uniting
the kingdom of Bavaria with the North
German Confederation, was signed last night.
kixg William's, speech.
Beklin, Nov. 24 The royal speech was
delivered by a Commissioner. The King
regrets that his absence with the army pre
vents him from thanking in person, the na
tion for its firm attitude, and for the unani
mity of the support given him in winning
victory for Germany, and iu repelling Freneh
aggressions. France, he continues, has
been taught her inability to cope with the
united military forces of Germany. Peace
would, therefore, be certain if France had
leaders who could identify their future with
tliat of their country. Documents will
be submitted which will show you
tliat these men prefer a sacrifice of
their forces and the ruin of a noble
nation rather than relinquish power.
The conditions on which the German pow
er are willing to treat for peace are well
known. They must be commenced with sac
rifices of the nation. A strong defensive
frontier is essential to prevent further aggres
sions against South as well as North Ger
many. The Federal Government now'asks
Parliament to grant the needful means of
peace which is so eagerly desired. Its work
has not been stopped by the war, which has
begotten closer unity, especially between the
Northern and Southern States. It is im
perative that negotiations pending, as well as
those contemplated, with the latter, should be
at once smutted 'for your comideration.
The speech, with appropriate congratula
tions, concludes with an invocation for God's
favor and protection.
FCSTJ6 FOB THE FBOSKUTIOSt OF THE WAB.
Beeus, jXot. 25 The Federal Parlia
ment has been asked to vote 100,000,000
tnalen for the frosecution of the war to an
THE MOBTH GEKXAjr FAEUAXEST.
Bebxih, Not. 26 In the North German
Parliament to-day, a bill graatinca credit
for 100,000,000 thalers was read twice, and.
iuui wav muj iwir vuto assUMK tne MO
ond reading. '
TEX XHOCBAXD ri
have left Sedan for Park,
their rear were destroyed.
The bridges in
A XotorloiiH Counterfeiter Arresird
Chicago, Nov. 26-CoI. Whitley, Chief
of the secret service division.Trcasury Depart-'
nient. received a telegram from Springfield, '
III., informing him that detectives Apple- 1
gate, Lancgan and Egan had succeeded in I
capturing, at that place, the most notorious
counterfeiter, and one of the most desperate
characters in the West, Peter McCartnev, .
alias Joe Woods, and a Frenchman by the I
name of uenion, one of Ins confederates. In
the possession of McCartney was found $131,.
000 of counterfeit money of various kinds
ANOTHER DESPATCH. j
St. Louis, Nov. 2C. John P. McCartney, j
a notorious counterfeiter, who escaped from
the station-house in Cincinnati, Ian Sunday,
was arrcs'ed last night at Venice, UL, by i
detectives Egan, Applegate and Lanegan,
of the United Slates detective force, and
taken to Springfield, III., for trial before the
United States District Court. McCartney is j
regarded as king of the confidence men, and j
his arrest is considered one of the most im
portant that has been made for years. He '
ofl'jxd the officers $00,000 to fet him go, rpHE PEMANU FOR C1IAKTKK OAK, CIIAL-
and promised to turn up a large quantity of I. LEXGK and EVEXINo STAR Mot.-s has
counterfeiting implements. Mcfjartnev'lias , "J""" v'3l f laie ,ihV,rc. hf le 2'" ei:ed c""
, , . 1 , . , iler as pmniptly as desirable: liai haririe nowse-
licen arrested many times, and bus paid . cnrl the ssTtance of anotbtr ?tove Koiindrr. w
some $75,000 at different times to escape the -iiall herrafter confine nearly the -ntln furcs of our
1iitfliM nf t)t Iiv J wti establishment to the production of the Stoves
CllltciiteOI IlieiJW. ' aU.re nsme.1 an.! l.oi 1., fill all ord-r ilh.wt
The jury in the new trial of Fred. B:c- .May.
buscli, another noted counterfeiter, and wlib ,,. .,,i ,,,...,, ,: , ., , .
. .' . . ,i- -.1 .r 1 - I e would call thiattentiun of those about pur-
has nad frequent dealings with -McCartney, cha-dnj. to the SUCCESS and popularity f.n
For Weaknesaarisa.d from excesses or early indis
cretion, attended with thefulluwingsympiuiiis: III
disiHisitiuii to Exertion, Loss of Power. Lu- of
Memory, Difficulty of breathing, General Weak
ness, Horror of Disease, Weak Xcrves, Trembling,
Dreadful Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold
Feet, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Langour,
Universal Lassitude of the muscular System, Often
Enormous Appetite with DyspepticSymptoms, Hot
Hands, Flushing of the Rudy. Dryness ofthe Skin,
Pallid Counteiianie and Eruptions on the Face,
Pain in the Hack, Heaviness of Eyelids, Frequently
Rlatk Spots Flying before the Eyes, with Tempo
rary Siitliision and loss of Siht, Want of Atten
tion, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Horror of
Society. Nothing is nru desirable to such patients
than Solitude, and nothing they more dread, for
Fear of Themselves; no Repo- of Manner, no
Earnestness, no Simulation, but a hurried Trans
ition from one question to another.
These .symptoms ifallowed to go on which this
Medicine 'invariahlv removes soon follow Loss of
Power,F:'tuity, ami Epileptic Fits, in one of which
tlie patient may cxpin".
During the superintendence oj Dr. Wilson at the
Rloomingdale Asvlum, this sad result occurred to
two patients; reason had furatiim- left them, aud,
both died of epilepsy. They were of lioth sexc,
and aliout twenty years of ae.
Who can say that these excesses are not fre
quently followts! by those direful diseases Insanity
ami Consumption? The r.-cords ofthe In-ane Asy
lums, and the melancholy deaths by Consumption,
bear ample witness to the truth of these assertion.
Iu Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy exhibi
tion appears. The countenance is actually sodden
and quite destitute neither Mirth or Grief ever
Tisit it. Should a sound of the roico occur, it is
"With wonderful measures wan Deepilr
LowulIen i-mnde their grief beguiled."
Whibt we regret tho existence of the above dis
eases and symptoms, we are, prejured to oiler an in
valuaMu gift of chemistry for the removal of the
OO TTatclx! 3 ""&C"Atc:b.
OO THE GREAT EUROPEAN
Eureka Aluminum Gold Watch Co.
J. F. W1XLIAMS & CO., sTEWELEBS,
061 Broadway, New York,
SOLE AREXTS FOR THE U. S.. AND HAVE
authorized them to sell their great Eureka Alu
minum Gold Watches for Three Dollars, and to
warrant each and every oue to keep correct time for
one year. This watch we guarantee to be the liest
and cheapest time-keeper that is now in use in any
part of the globe. The works are In double case,
Ladies' and Gents she, and arejautlfullv chased.
The cases are made of the msTil now vi widely
known in Europe as Aluminum GoIU. It lias tho
exact color 0 Gold, which ir always retainx; it will
stand the test of the strongest acids ; no one can tell
it from Gold only by weight, Aluninuin Gold being
one fourth lighter. The works are all made by machi
nery, the same as the well known American watch.
We pack the watch safely In a small liox and send
it by mail to any part of the United States on re
ceipt of 3.50; titty cents for lucking and postase.
A key Is sent free with each Watch. Monev should
le sent by PostolSce Money Onlerorin a Registered
Letter. Address all orders ami communications to
J. F "vvTLIiIAMS & Co., Jewelers,
5G1 Broadway, New York.
CHEAP LANDS FOR SALE.
SOI,I OX I.OXtt TIM E.
SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY,
THE ARION PIANO
BAS TnE BEST QUALITY of TONE OF
Lany llano in the market. It was awarded the
PREMIUM OVER steinwav,' Chickeriug,."
and other at a blindfold Titiii. at Fair of Ameri
can Institute in New York. All are 7U Oittve
and warranted tor a lifetime.
PARLOR GEM PIANO,
Full T Octaves, elegantly finished, and has th
late improvements. This Piano is decided by
teachers to lie the best for the price made. Money
invested in the Gem is better than 3 percent.
Interest. Warranted for five year.
The Estey Cottage
New Haven Temple Organs
Are tlie .standard Reed Intrumeiisoftheage, con
L.ining the Patent Harmonic Attachment, Manuel
Sub lta-ss, Knee-swcll, Orffiu ISi-II-i", Re.sl liard,
Juhilante and Vox Humana Tre.iio!.. a!! war
ranted. .'hnnl.es. Teachers and nergviurn liber
ally dealt with. Agents wanted, .'all or send fur
circulars. Prices S."J to S7J0. A psl urxiu. -stops,
;75; a fine organ with i;tops, 512;.
A. J. VIELE, General Awn:.
Hj North ixt!i Street, St. Louis, Mo.
sale Dealer in
THIs COSIIMMV ARK NllW.Ol'KIMn KOKSALK
IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
The Celebrated l.ly of land known as the
!olt:iw atomic Kcser ration.
School ISookM anil Stationery,
Guyol's A Mitchell's .hiil M..s, flu rot's fleo
eraphies. t.b.U-s, Scli.d and Oilice Furniture,
slates, Tablrts, ."baits, Philosophical Apparatus el
WRAPPING PAPER, BAGS, &c,
NO. Di:LAW, RE STREET,
j Leavenworth City, KanxuM.
J eiTTIieouly exclusive School Furuisldn Hoiilie
, theStale.'tin frMsudnawAw
This is one of the tiri-st trai Is of
Havins the REST OF WATER and a ixrtioifroT-
ered with I
was empunnelcd to-tlav. and the CISC will or THESE STOVES. No Isrtter evidence of their
progress nejrt week.
Irre:iil:irilei f;eovers.l In Jovrrn
ment Offiren at naRiilo. cwVnrk.
Vasihnoton, Nov. 2(5' The fjiecial
Treiiirv; agent, Leopold, writes from Ltifl"
aI0th.1t, on account of the supposed irregu
larities in the United States Custom Houe
and Dejwsitorr at that place, he has taken
cl large of thoc offices and will at once pro
ceed to investigate the books; One of the
irregularities lays in the Kilanee sheet ofthe
Depository, which places the sum at $300,
000 in credit to the Government, without
stating that that anionnt is on hand, as it
XrClnrK Woe. .Vt Intend to Call an
Extra Nsln T the trfvlIalnrs
Arrnt orihe Mnnlertr of a Wltalr
Faotllv 30.NO la tireraborkw Um
troyrrt by Fire.
St. Louls, Nov. 20 Despatches ffoni
Jeflen-on City s.iy that the reports tliat Gov
ernor IcClurg intends calling an extra ses
sion ofthe Legislature are untrue; nor is
there anything known there of Drake's resig
natioB. JoTAnnstrong ana Chas. Jolly, the mtir
derers ofthe Lapine family near 1'atosi, four
days ago have been captured. .
It L sUted that a gentleman whose name Ls
withheld had $30,000 in greeBbacks and
other papers in a buildiiur which was burned
yesterday, and that it was destroyed.
Indiaa as Ut Fref(kl Ball-
Omaha, Nov. 26.-1 trunk containing a
corpse, and ciiected as baggage, was sent
thronga to Lalitornia a few davs ago. The
reBaaiaB were thostfbf an Indian, supposed
to havebeen killed" in a fight last Feoroary
and fooad Dear Pine Bluffs a few darn ago.
The Union . Pacific Railroad fVirnmnv
.sold 12,000 mb of land yesterday.
Ttate Eleetlaa-ia Uearcla,
St. Locus Nov; 26 -A. Waahingtoa da
patch aayH Republicans there have advioai
intrinsic merit can lie oBered than a tatemnt of
the uct after IS year" use and linz subject to se
vere tets in all all kinds of Inealitif-i, and to the
most bitter and determined opposition that could
lie invented, that thev are to-dar, the MO-sT I"OP
ULAR STOVES in the market, and have eiven
rnch univenal satisfaction THAT THE DEMAND
IS KEATERTHAN EVER.
If you want THE REST COOKING STOVE FOR
.Ut huy tlie CHARTER OAK.
If you want THE BEST COOKINfJ STOVE FOR
If you want THE NEATEST AND REST SHEET
IRON l'ARLOR STOVE ever made, buy the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.
13 A 614 -V Maia HL
Thes." Lands are now offered fir sale for the firt
time, on easy terms, being on five ve.i' TiaE
WITH IXTKItkST AT T PEK ChJT I"ER ASXCJI, as ftd-
lows: At tiineof the purchase, one-tifth cash, with
interest on deferred layments for one year.
Sts-ond vear no pavment risiuired. exceit inlerest
fur one jar, Each vear thereafter one-li
principal, toother with interest ou rcii:aininle
eS't'ur particulars apply to or address "
1. I,. L.AHIX.
Land Commissioner A. T. ft S. F. R. B. Co.
1. A BS ! Ti AXI ! !
K WSAS L1.M FOIt SALE.
rnUI-E L.VNDS WERE SEI.ErTED IN 1M9,
L at.d are among the be,t iu the state. They lie
In twenty dltTerent counties, seventeen of which
Mot of them are near TOWNS, or within Settle
ments. Considering the quality and location, they
Cheapest Lands for Sale in the State.
Iiucr From Five t Ten Dollars it acre.
For particulars,, address T. II. WALKER,
igarad&w'js ' Tupwkj KaiALi.
nt. ruiA, no.
V A R"N E Y .
GREAT BAKGAIX! ml
FE .SALE IX LYON COUNTY, XEAE EM
FQIUA, lieacm excellent land, improved
era Kansas cUbUag tor 100 horses, ' stone eorraJl,
mhkc uu.a.ah wyiim bui wki, kki wen, j. man
desirable nose, everything prepared to hand lor
living comfortably, mod making money. All tor
the null price of $5,Vhilf, or lei than half
what the improvements cost. Apply to A. A.
HIGINBOTHl"M,.BeaI Estate Aj.it, fco. 9, Del
aware street, Leavenworth. ecGKdAw
wh. p. aoBLajro
SECND NtTIOML BANK
There is no tonic like it. It is an anchor of hope
to the surgeon and patient, and this Is a testimony
of all who have u-ed or prescribed it.
Sold lr DrasciHlM aad Dealer
Price $1.25 per Bottle, or Six Bottles
DELIVERELVTO ANY ADDRESS.
ir Desrrihe symptoms In all coraraunleationa.
" ?" e. " h j
Isi ,ur-s l3S in M.l.MHltll i:KIV) roir
11 1.R. and tho Iwst art if 1c prepared for nntinp lisht.
nlniirsoue and delirious RIM I ITS, ROLLS,
BKKsD. ;i:ilil)I.K ma other CIKES. &e., Ac.
Itis Infalliliie. and alnav rra1r for i:niualiate
n-r. Thohest li:tr rtltVbKRfurusrenb.n.SEl
VI.'WKS'to ASV PtttT OF THE fiLOIIK.
It Is ni.-iir-iii.ut ond ernnnmiral. .') WISTE
OK rOi i'-iKi-UD-H WITH ll. SMdnertwhrre
byii::.Lf:R. siiii'.tlii.ND'.ii'iS a., i i!MU.:i:.
nOOLEY :: unOTITS, It3ncf--.nr-.-er-.
H. T HELMBOLD,
Drag dt Clwawieal
5M BROADWAY, X.Y.
NONE ABE GESTUBfE nakai doaa apiaatoel
a(EVIwrafearf vitk ate aiamlk of aty Hi ileal
Watakooat, aadalaa H.T. HKUfB0LD.
HAIJDWAICK AXD C'LTI.KiiV.
r. i. iuciiiRDs,
J. F. RICHARDS A 0
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Enbber and Leather Belting-,
Fenco W ire.
BeltHOHt WlieeliHR XailH,
JohnDeere's Moline Plows,
MAO'K.I. A KKBAS'S
Buckeye Reaper and Mower, Monroe
CA1TTON, O.. Sweepstakes
ATn.TaTAH ft TAY10K VIBSATOK THreaaers
We hare the best assortment of
In the State. AH Warehouse, Hay and Stock
Scales sold .by as will l set np without
extra charge. Our stock of
IRON AHD STEEL,
BELLOWS, ASVILS, VISES, Ac., IS COMPLETE.
The attention of Merchants U called to oar stock
and price. Order solicited and promptly filled.
- Coraer TMrd mmA PeUwart Ktr U.
JAMES McGONIGLE, CAP.PEXTEE AND
Builder. Shop, corner of Ooe and Fourth
treeU, Leavenworth. Kansas. p7
IBEW A JCOEGAN, DEALERS IK BOOKS A
J Stationery, Xo. UTDeUwarastnet, uearFUta.
Plrtures, Picture Frame, Wall Paper, Ae.
ke.:uuic ;i:aduatk ok medicine as
xl Diploma at olB.e will show, lias ln longer
entfaetl in tlie treatment of Venrrtal sxual ami
Private diseaM-t Hun any other jilivi. i.m in i.
Syphilis, ;ouorrhca, Cleet, Mricturest, Orcliilis,
Hernia and Itiiptures: all I'rinarv Inasi-i ,m-i
Svjihilitic or Mercurial alteetioiis .'.f th Thnmt
Skin or lioiu-s an- treattsl with unr.il!.ll s.K.t-ss.
S'lienuatorrhej, Sexual Debility and Iuiteiier,
as the result of "If-alnis.. in youth, sexual ext --
ill uiaturer years, or other causes', ami which pro
duce some ofthe Mbiwiu; etbtt-s, as u-sturiul
emissions, oiounes, uetilllty, illzzlness .f.-it;lil,
confusion of idexs, uil firb.iinc, aversion to the
society of femali-s, lossnf iiitnioryaml -."tnal Nwer,
and rendering marriage improper, are -ermaucnt!y
The Doctor's opjiortunitb-s in hvpit:il and private
practice are unsuriael iu at. Ixiiisoranv otht-r
city, liack files of at. I,nis papers prove that In
has iK-en located th-re h.ne-r tiv years than any
other so advertising. The ttabIi'shm.Tit, lil.r.irv,
laUiratory and appointments are uiieiinl!(sl in tlie
West, unauriuss,st anywhere. Ap, with exieri-cm-e,
can be relied upon, and the Dnctor can r.fer
to many physicians throughout th'-countrr. In
past success, and present imsition ho hUnds Without
The Writings of a Physician whose reputation is
Cnion-wide shouM U.-worth rea-liu?.
Dr. Whittier publishes a Me.lical larnph!et relat
ing to venereal diseases and tlie disxstrou and
rarhsl conssjutnces of -f abuse, that will ! sent
to any aildms iu a sealed envelope ftir two stamps.
It containi full symptom lists that will enable
lhoe afflicted to determine the natme of their com
plaints and give it written statement of their case
that will answer almost as wtll Cr thepurpwseof
treatment as a personal interview, but wher- it is
convenient the Doctor should be consulted iier-on-ally.
It i- self evident that a phvsician who iniifinn
himv-Ifexclu-ivelv to the stmlV of a a rtaln cLi. ...
disease and treats tiiouands'of eaHn every day,
must acquire greater skill in that sKTiaIir than one
in general practice. Many physicians rcengnizln;:
this fjet, intriu'eialients to the doctor after read
ing his raniphiit. Communications ci-ifidential.
A friendly talk will co-t you nothing. (lUit cen
tral, yrt retircl No. i1 $. Charles street, St.
Louis, Mo. Hours 9 a. ji. to 7 P. M. 5-.inday
EXPLAINING WHO MAY, AND WHO
ouiit not to marry. Excessive sexual excite
ment ITa CAUa!, with neoirul alvice. All
tiiat is worth knowing aliout Plifc. VENTION. AIk,
why so many of Uth sexes have ri JI PLI) on the
face, Ac; and giving mthfierit rexv.ns whyoni
half of the teliial-s, in this land of ours arr'l'i:!"
MATLKKLV INHI..M. If nir..ig3..iioii. were
followed by all, ilesth by CON."l"MITl.N would
decrease one-hxlf in a i-ingle generation. rii-.Vf,
father of a Dimly can afford to ie without the in
formation. Crt No young man but ouzht to read
"Jtanhw.1." If7-No. youns lailv but ousht to
read Womanhood." Ikrrvpliuralu'iantilr
and sent prejald, by mail. SIXCIIE PI'.OJt OIJ
shl.ATION, at irxvnts each, or both together
for 2". cents.
CLAEK WHITTIEE, M. D.,
617 St. Charles street, St. Louis,
Win, has given a lifelong sp'ii.tl attention to the
treatment of all cases relating to the above. ruir- .
ing medical interfenme. an-l ha ln LONUEIt
WXTATED IN aT. I.OL'15 than anr other Chronic
Din-ase Physician. Iad his wortn an-a ju-lge for '
yourselves. Oftite Hour- )a. m. to 1 p. m. ;2 to
6 and 7 to 'J p. m. octdA-w
I do not wih to infirm you, reader, that Dr.
Wonderful, or any other man, has discovered a
remedy tliat cures consumption, when the lungs are
hair consumed, in short, will ture all di-a.es
whether of mind, Uly or estate, make men Uvj
forever, and leave death to play for want of work
and ts designed to make our nublunary sphere,
blissful Paradise, to which Heaven it-elf shall be
but a side show. You have heard enough or tha,
kind of humbu ggery. Hut when I tell von tha:
Dr. ."age's Catarrh IVinedy will poMtivrh-Vure t.i,
worst cases of Catarrh In thejleail, I oiilv jssen
that which thousands can tstlfr to. tiill pas
$300 Ieward lor a case that I cannot cure. A iam
phlet giving symptoms and other information nt
free to any address. This remedy is
SOLD BY JIOST DEL'.GIaTS IN ALL PAKTS
OF THE WOP.LD.
I'rice 30 rents. Sent by mail, pot paid, on re
ceipt of sixty cents, or four packages for tvu'dol
lars. leware of cousteefeits and worthless imi
tations. See that my private ataniD. which is a
pntitire gmtrantte nf grnninructt, is upon the outside
wrapper. wiimr inai tins private Stamp, Is
sued by the United states Government expresslr
for stamping ray medicines, has my srtrait, name
and address, and the words "V. S. Certificate ot
Genuineness," engraved upon it, and need not be
mistaken. Don't I swindled by travellers and
others representing themselves as Dr. Sage; I am
the only man now living that has the knowledge
and right to manoCtcture the Genuine Dr. Sage's
Catarrh leniedy, and I never travel to !! this
medicine. IL V. PIEP.CE. JI. D.
novIdAwCI IXSsVneca-st., Buffalo, N. Y.
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