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WAR NEWS BY THE CABLE,
Oppressive Exactions of the Prussians.
Discontent in England Against Germany
Catholic Demonstration in London.
Its Probable Suppression Anticipated.
Paius, July i!0. The Prussian troops nro
making onerous requisitions upon the
country they occupy, takinir farinui-' hors
es, felling trees, and trampling tho crops.
London, July 00. Uets are freely ottered
that the Prussian will be in Paris within
Many rumors are ailoat about the move
ment of armies, but tho French and Prus
sian accounts of events already transpired
are Utterly unreeoneilable.
Washington, July 128. Napoleon's mo
bilizable force for the frontier is 800,000.
The Prussian's enn't fight, except nt des
perate odd, on the frontier.
Prussia replies to the overtures of peace
from France, through Jhiiit, that "it is
It is regarded as certain thpt tho Empe
ror intends closing on tho Prussians be
tween Tliruuvillo and Wiesscnburg, and
throwing McMahon's army across the
jIeMalion's"army consists of three corps,
commanded by Foilly, Donay and McMn
lton. Fight thousand marines, under General
Do Vassaigne, will accompany the Baltic
iieet, the destination of which is Strelsund.
France reiterates her denial of tho au
thenticity of the secret treaty with Prus
sia. Uhih.in. July 2S. Prussia accepts the
Paris declaration, and also exempts from
seizure the inerchantment of enemies not
carrying contrabands of war.
St. PETi;HHitui:a, July 2S. The Italian
force in Poland amounts to two hundred
thousand men, including the imperial regi
ments of tho guards.
Paius, July 28. Only revenue steamers
of the French trans-Atlantic, Mail Com
pany are seized by tho Government.
Prussia complains that England furnish
es army supplies and coal to France.
Edmund About succeeds Paradol in the
Academy, and probably as Minister to
The Emperor, in a letter to the com
mander of the Xationele Guardo, savs :
"Dkak Gi:ni:kai,: J wish you 'to ex
press on my part to the Guarde'a' Nation
elo of Paris how much J count on its pa
triotism and devotion when 1 am about to
set out for the army; also the confidence
which 1 repose in its will and ability to
maintain order in Paris, and to contribute
to the security of tho regency of the Em
press." Prussia wishes to make a Prussian lake
of the Baltic, and threatens tho indepen
dence of half of Germany.
Tho Czar treats the French Ambassador
with much consideration.
London, July 128. The JVhjw, comment
ing on the secret treaty says it is clear both
parties are involved in a conspiracy, touch
ing which, both should malte a clear breast.
Tho people of St. Petersburg are furious
because Prussia intercepts English and
The HmcH fears Belgium's good under
standing with France is due to' her hatred
Tho French newspapers are furious over
the restriction regarding the publication of
The King of Prussia's early abdication is
The proclamation announcing the siege
of Moselle, Hunt and Bas Klieiu is officially
The following fortresses have been
placed in a thorough state of readiness for
offense and defense: Met., Thionville,
Lougwy, Plialbourg, HchlelKtadt, Belforl,
New Breisach, Dichtembourg, La Petite,
Pierre, Montniedy, Verdun and tho entire
lorttfieations ol btrasimrg.
Many American and English newspaper
'correspondents, arrested at Metz as spies,
were released, but warned to keep away
from the army in niture.
It is stilted that the return of Le Brum
from the front hastened tho departure of
Prince Napoleon is on the Emperor's
Large bodies of French troop have
crossed the IMtinc.
The Prussianslare massing at Niewled,
Paius, July 2i). Tho following is the
proclamation of tho Emperor to the army,
on assuming command in person. Ho
" T cpmo to take my place at your head,
to defend the honor of the soil of our coun
try. You go to combat against one of the
liest armed European countries ; but other
countries as valiant as this have not been
able to resist your valor. It will be the
same to-day. The war which now com
mences will be long and hardly contested,
for its theatre will be places hedged with
obstacles and thick with fortresses, but no
thing is beyond the persevering efforts of
tho soldiers ot Africa, amy ami Mexico.
You will prove once more what tho French
army is able to accomplish. Animated by
sentiments of duty, maintained by disci
pline and inllueiiced by love ot country,
whatever road we may take across our
frontier wo will find upon it glorious traces
of our ttit Hers, and we win snow ourselves
worthy of them. All France follows you
with confident prayers, and the eyes of tho
universe are upon you. rpon our succe
ilenemk the fate ot libel ty and civilization
Soldiers let each one do his duty, and the
God ot battle will be wltn us.
"At General Headquarters at Metz, July
Count Bismarck has recently submitted
to the govornmont at Florence proofs of
Nunoleon's double nolicv towards Italy.
l'lio Ojfldal Journal, in an article to-day,
says that Belgium has been enlightened,
bv the publication of the secret treaty, as
to French greed. ,
Belgium is in a position to oblige Napo
Icon to pursue, without result, a war begun
without mauve, n ueiguim is nrm
Prussia will protect her frontier.
The French lost one officer and eight
men in the skirmish at Valuing. Five
Prussians were wounded,
CURRENT NOTES. j
Tho sliinmi'iits of sncrio from Xcw York on
Thursday amounted to 000.000.
A disastrous flro inl'corlu, Illinois, on Wed
nesday, destroyed property worth $50,000.
Judge Kioliurdsun is Acting Secretary of tho
Treasury in tho absence of Secretary lloutwoll.
A thunderstorm in Lancashire. Ehtrlnnif. rn.
contly destroyed property worth $500,000.
The weather In Paris has been so intonsolv
hot, that nnmberof soldier Iinvoilropped dead
in tao streets from sun-stroke.
L Numerous and destructive- fire have bei n
rngltigin IMlIfbrnia, detroyiiig the wudst' r
Tho peonlo of Oldhmli countv. licn'uf
are excited over the discovery of whattliey Ik ic
to ho gold.
Ladv Franklin arrived nt ninelnnnti mi Snt.
lirdny, vliero alio consult" with Cnpt Hull en
tho subject of hia, proposed Arotio oxueditien.
Mr. Frollnchuvson has nt last neeonteil the
mission to Knelnnd nntl will snll nbnut tlm first
More than six hundred Germans, in Chicago,
have- signified tlioir desire- to join tho Prussian
Mr. K. D. Knrnswortli. the ftrnnd Sim nf
American Odd Fellows, has gone to Germany
to otablUh lodges in that country.
Uio work shop of tho American Dank Note
ComnntlW Xmv YnA. vtl. ifnAtriivnd l,v llvn n
Sunday, with n lo.s of about $17,000.
Last Week WHS tho hottest, onnsomitivn snvnn
day over known in New York. Tim average
of tho thermometer was 01.
THuiniun Itussoll has been engaged by the
Now York Sun as u special corrocpondont'from
tho European scat of war.
Captain AV. W. Donne, who served during
tho war on tho stall' of Gen. Tiltson, died re
cently in tho city- of New Y'ork.
Popular mooting nro being held in nil tho
principle towns of Ireland, nt whioh . ynipatliy
for Franco is expressed.
Hon. m. L, Niblaak, present member of
i ongress, jmi been nominated for re-election by
tho Democrats of his district tho First Indi
ana. Hits Administration lias decided to put our
navy on a war footing nt once, and orders have
been iued to tho several navy yards, looking to
Tho people of Pru-sui observed yesterday as
n day of fasting and prayer, to propitiato Divine
Providenco and invoko a blessing on their ar
liy request of a largo number of influential
citizens ot umuinnnti, j-auy I'Tinkim iieia a
public reception at tho Hurnett House on Mon
Norwecinn eniicrants nro nourinc into the
north-westurn portion of tho State 01 Minnesota
by hundreds. Tho roads nro lined with their
German ma-ons nt Washington nro strong in
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uAjm. sinus ui nj-jiijiiiiuj iui uiuu uieiuruii ui
Prussia, and nro making arrangements for the
renet ol nny who may lo in distress.
Under tho provisions of tho army regulation
bill, several thousand mcrinnd about four thous
and officers nro to be discharged by tho first of
It is saidtlmt Mr. Frelinglniyson Will decline
the mission to England. Personal business con
siderations influence him against taking nny
The President of the IJed Stockings base ball
club publishes n card, indignantly repelling tho
insinuation that that ornamental organization
is becoming demoralized.
Kim Hall plantation, Assumption pnrisb,
Louisiana, was sold nt auction Inst week for
SHiOJJOO. One-half of Kaceland plantation was
sold for $55,000. This speaks very well for the
It. was stated at a meeting of tho German Pa
triotic Aid Society, held at New York, on Mon
day evening, that 5250,000 had been subscribed
for tho uses of tho Society in twenty-four
Tiio actual receipts of the government for tho
year ending June 30th, were 408,000,000; the
expenses wero fcjyouu.uou, snowing an actual
saving of $110,000,1X10. Tho expenses of the
government for 180:1, wero $1,250,000,(100, and
for 1S00 were more than $500,000,000.
A torriblo lire oecured in Boston, on Sunday
burning ovor u thiukly populated district of live
acres. Loss estimated nt $250,000. Another
flro occurred nt tho sauio time, consuming the
printing liouso of Lundlo it Co., and tho book
publishing house of Little, Brown A; Co. Loss
kiippoed to bo $120,000. One fireman was
A gentleman in Louisville smeared his faco
with coal oil to keep away lmiKpiitoos. A few
nights since, feeling that previous smearings
wero insiittlcient.hc arose and repeated thodose.
Next morning ins wife awoke and bounded out
of bed with n scream. Ho also jumped out and
going to tho looking glass, discovered that ho
had used ink instead of coal oil.
Tho valuation of real estnto in Columbus,
Ohio, will amount to forty-eight millions of dol
lars. A lorriblo liro broko out in tho Lubricating
Oil Works of Taylor A; Co., New York, en
Tuesday evening, resulting in a loss of $100,000.
An intoxicated woman locked herself up in a
close room ut Duyton, Ohio, and died from Mit-
The flro in Philadelphia on Tuesdav. which
broko out in tho sugar refinery of Newhall, lio-
rie ss (o. uostroyeu property worm xw,wu.
Dr. Newman leaves Wnshinetou to-day for
Salt Lnko City, to open n discussion with tha
Higti J'riets ot Jlormonism.
A monument to Joshua. Giddincs was dedi
cated on tho 25th inst, nt JetVorson, Ohio, nt
which nn oration was delivered by Oen. .1. A.
Applications for new banks under the curren
cy law nro being filed nt tho ollico of tho Comp
troller of the Currency at tho rato of thirty or
Mississippi bontinon complain at tlm low stage-
of water, Largo steamboat nave grent Ulincui-
tv in getting over tuo bars n low inuofi tioiow fet.
A druggist in Chicago has beon arrested for
attempting to poieon his wife, to .whom ho had
been married six weeks. Jealousy wn tl(o
eauo ot Ins monstrous conduct.
A woolen factory near Philadelphia, was de
ktroved bv fire on Tuesday, with a loss of SCO,'
000." Two hundred hand werj thrown out of
Tho number of deaths in New Y'ork last wok
val.UK Plivsieians attribute the extraordi
nary mortality t thu long continued hot wen
tiler. Thurlow AVeed is writing ln autobiography,
which prombos to be a ponderous volume, lie
already has a largo amount of matter ready for
tho press, and lnu only reached as far tut the
Some pious .tcoiindroli entered the Cincinnati
Cathedral on Monday night. They gathered a
quantity of silver and gold utensils, but wore
obliged to leaw to n0id boing captured by tho
A largo and enthusiastic mooting of Germans
was held at Fancuil Hall, Boston, on Wednes
day, to express sympathy with Prussia, and to
ollur money to aid widow uud orphans.
Nine hundred rocruits for tho Prussian army
bad been enlisted nt tho North German Consul-
I ate ill New York, within five days onding with
the 27th, nt whom live Mimire'.i havo nirenuy
-ailed fur Europe,
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K i O X V 1 L L fi , T IS X X E S S G ,
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ONE HUNDRED IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED LOTS IN DEADE
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Several deblrable residences in the city, which nro offered for i short time only, and
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Farms of Every Description,
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Several convenient and desirable dwelling', near tho business portion pf.-tho city,
Price from twenty to twonty-llvo dollars a month.
Correspondence Solicited and
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AfOrST .1, 1870.
S IN KVmY KKSPKOT T1IR BEST OSK KVKII MACE.
It is not iv new thing,
AS OVER TWENTY THOUSAND
aro now In nctunt and successful oiieratlon.
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It Urines the licit ter as quickly as It Ought
It Works the-Uutter free from Buttermilk!
It Wnrlot In tin. Salt In ti Hnmc ny.
It is Valuable for Butter Dealers I
nro retailed choni'Cr thtinotlierelniiuinit toho first clnM.
Ae 1ine a ery lrRe numlier of unsolicited certlfi
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this tliurn ik introiluml, tho l)0t farmers will not bo
Mtisflfeil with nny other. Wo nrcfer, however, thnt
nil who wih to know more nboutit. should proe
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Fast Tenuonsee. Capital represented over
'I'm.-? muj.xi, Ai.niniiiiil uur, JMiUliY
J lntritduMf in the ,nuthw.".t, in Imvinif a very itooil
m1o huiI blil fnir to tiii'l it wny into ninny families.
It vf ill he found a AH'AUUK KUMliDY for nil ilia-
iuumi win' nn
MMJIS MMMUNT, Al.TllOfiiH Bl)T, LAXHLY
I ItilrmltiMMl lit tin. jsnntl,,..., L 1 I..-'
Is required. It tiin N Ufeil 1th (onfMenec for tho re
lief ul cure u
LM'AMMATonV KllrfyjIATlCM, lIItlSY PELAS.
m'lt.VS, SavhU.-i, At.
Try it an. I ou will tint) it (tod lintiaent. Price,
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Sold by merchant rencritlty.
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Hart's Great kelief!
rplIIS lti:.ll:liY IS OSK OK THKUESTl'AMIIiY
X Jlwlirini" in o"c iiii'l ill be (hiiml n prrrtt relict of
ull u4ihmh1 Helton 'Mm ulni.li t,.iI ,iriit,nt.c
Should havo it nt ban J. Don't wnit until Pain coincs
wnnin youruoors iiuiorc imreiiain.
UAllT'S OHIIAT llEUi:P WILL ItEMHVK
Ilhcumatitm, Pore Throat, Drule, Pleurify. Croup,
loothii.'he, Pnintlne. Tic Dulnroux, Sprain or
bpann. ltemlaehf. front IIIte, fti(T .lointf, Ke
or, S,re, lli-artburn, t'oUrStoiuai'li, Ohol
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revere. Inflammations, Paralysis,
Cuts, niilbluihf, Lunibnffo, Colle,
Burns and heahll, Slim ll At
" ' f.'thn, Piles, Cholera
Morbil", I'ain in tho
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Ptornneh, Iycntory or Diarrhea, Pal In and Acci
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Thai !ts Von I;Uii!
Vegetable Toothache Anodyne
A an immediate cure for tho Tootlmehc, caused by de
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harden and adhere to the touth ; it cured gum boils,
heals nil soreiuw of the anine: it sweetens and purilic?
the brwitli ; applied t(l the annllrn irum it allorils (treat
relief with children that arc toctbiiiui it is a perlectly
harinlesi remeily, but mint be ucd according: to dlroi
tion to get pri'iulsed relief.
.Who would sulfir with thU most dtstresslnif afllic
ONE CENT UOTTIiK WII,L CUUK INSIANTA-
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VOR Till'. ALLKVIATIOX 1)1'
Ilroncliilis, Hoarseness, Oouglis, Colds,
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Ir. I.'. It. Jlnrt, Ii-iirlclor, llotluu.
IjUJilJC SPEAKUltS AND SINdEKS WII.IiFivu
X, tho Loiengealuvaluablo for clearing and strcngth
1'iunis tho voice. There are no particular directions to
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deleterious, they can be taken as freely as requisite.
Ono or two Lozenges dissolved gradually in tho mouth,
repeating it if necessary, will almost invariably givo
immediate relicl'in many cases of Hoarseness, orlosa of
voice, Coughs, irritation, or Soreness of tho Throat, Ac.,
occasioned by cold or unusual exertion of tho Vocal
Organ", l or llronchitis, Asthma, Ac, of long standing.
il niu no iicctsury 10 mao mem irefiientlj as occa
. Stop tho littlo cough or soreness of tho throat nnd
vrBBvlmfriAvi'1 HART'S LOZENUES WILL DO
uc. M. Lytle's Elixer!
yoi! T1IK CURK Ol'
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Bloody Flux,
CHOLERA M0RI1UP, PAINFUL 1'tmaiNO. SUM-
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medicine It does not act a an astringent alone, but
by reducing the acidity of the secreting membranes ot
ot the bowels, reduces the inflammation, henco per
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Tho proprietors t.iko tho liberty of slating to the rub
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sugar of lend or other noxious drug or mineral. And
they would further say that tho preparation has-met
tho heitrty approval ot numerous physicians who havo
, To adults, it t-iblespoonful after each passage, or four
times a day; To children under ten, a hnlf.tablfjspoon
iul as required. To children under llvo a teaspoonlul.
lo children under two or three, v lialf-tcispoonful, as
rciiuired, and by carefully administering us directed it
will never fail.
Hart's Magnolian Cough Drops
PRICE PER DOTTLE Si CENTS.
This medicine can confidently bo recommended for
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It U invaluable as a remedy lor Coughs, Colds. Lcis
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Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asthma and St
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that lt will do all for this, dire dUeaso that ny (bush
ilicine enu- do.
This medicine contains NO OPIUM, or other ingre
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(iisea'o and to pnticnU of every age, Doso from ten
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MlHEsi: .POWDERS ARE PREPARED PROM
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, DIRECTIONS FOR I'SE,
Fever, or any 'juiptomiiof the disease, give,
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Heaves, Distemper, Founder, fnnghc
.bums to which tho Jors it subj et
uilul Uirno times a day until a cure is'
anu ouer eomphni
sive a tahlpsnoonhi
eooetea wifi -n is irenia'aiiv .riiniii in .t.. .
Theee iwwders. if uicl two ur three times a week 'du
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and grea'ly increase their uufulaeu,
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