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" THURS DAT, DECEMBER 1. 1S70.
Kxlen-iu'Oneralion- Alonjr Hit' Kiwi-.
lroli;ilUily dial TIiitc i an Orjrauiml
During the jast week or two several jer
Hns living in or near Leavenworth liavcbfct
cattle or hogs, which have disappeared in
the mo.t unaccountable manner. Several
milch cows arc among the missing projttrty,
and voterday we heard of two dre-wed hogs
having been spirited away. As wc hear
.imilar complaints from other points on the
river above and lielow we are led to believe
that there is an organized band of th:ees
.operating in this vicinity.
Among the accounts of recent roblienes
we find the following in .the Atchi-on J'a-
lriot: . i i
"Within a week or two, four mules ana
one horse have been stolen at this city, and
our twlice and others have been ou die Iouk
out tor the stolen property, and the parties
who took it. Three of the mules have been
recovered, but none of them were found in
i,oioii of the thieves. Circumstances
iKjint to Theodore Dickinson and Tom
White as being the jiarties who took Dr.
Griuie's mule as they were seen at his plac
on the same night the mule was taken, and
a few davs afterwards Tom White oflered a
mule for sale at Kansas Citv, which answered
the description as that of Dr. Grimes'. On
Thursday night last, Dickinsnn, who resides
in this citv, returned home, and was arrested
;it his hou-e in the west art of the city,
lonng the night, and in default
of bail was lodged in the county
jail to await trial. White had not
vet returned to this city, ami our ponce irar-
., . r. 1 r it t - i
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.,,6 r.. .... ...-.-. fT". -.7 -,-.-- Hon with tlieir work on tlie other side of the
In-, absence, concluded to look alter iuni. rjver
I'lilicxitian l.iuihertv was Miccus-fiil in his , ,,. .... , . . n -. ,..
iidu Tom was found near Wvenworth , . e" ,.J ?,T"r ' ' 'r C" &
on Saturday morning, where he was arrested, ' ! : "'.1.w'li completed to Cameron by
a d wa.s yeLrdav ..faced in jail to await the ' ' "F '""V ,amI, ,,'3-t lhe- Tn
uncertainties of the law. It is pretty gener- i ' 'ft I'": lt? Ut ,,,,s r,,-v "' M
.-dlyMievedthatoneor both !hec fellow.. I"-Mble J"1'-
.bail a hand in stealing some, if not all five cf ..,-- i r i .- . .
theaiiiuiahalioveuiratioiied. It is abo Ik.- , -u. friend- of i,hicat.onal nrogn. will
lieved that there is an organized band of be glad to leam that Maplewood Seminary is
thieves and cut throats along the Missouri pro-iK-ring linely and already has about kLx-rivi-r,
and that itis not at all unlikely that tv ,,,,;!,. a re.vj.tion i.sto be held there
Mime of the fellows now in our jail are mern- this evening, am hich itis expected a large
lien of that band. The district court is now mimlr of our liot citizen, will le present,
in session, and it is now to be hoped that the Onmil.nsses will leave at the following times
accused will be brought to trial at this term. al,j ltncts. Fiftli street bridge at 7::W: enr
If found guilty, they should lie sent up for a er or(Xageand Broadwav at 7:20; Plan
full term, as their presence outside ol tne ,cnJ uwlge at 7:30, (aQer running up the
walls ot tlie jieniteniiary is not ficsireauie.
l'ajinrnt Hill Fnrin.
Accepting an invitation from Captain
T..i. ,. ,lnv I:.rf w.k !,,t ,Jn
to get a miff of countrv air and visitel the
above named place, owned by Tough, Steiner
c r i i i .i . .
Si Co., and managed bv the Captain.
Leaving the city limits at 11 a. m., in com-
pany with a friend, we were soon well out
on the Kansas City road, whereourattentn.ii
was constantly attracted by the substantial
jarm uuiiuing, oreuarus, wnie sprcauing
fields of fall sowed wheat and other evident
of thrift and prosperity that would make
IJeecher forget his llock, and Greeley "Nh
he had never learned the trade." But we
are on the way to Tough's and inti-,1 not
linger. About l o clock we arrived at 1
the breaks of La Carny, creek twelve"
miles from Leavenworth. Cunultins the
time our companion remarks "wc will Ix: too
late for dinner" a mistake, as the seuuel ;
...:n i ... :...i i. i
will show. Crossing the creek, a clear, run-
ning stream, with rocky Ixal, and blully
banks covered with a fine growth of timber.
inefccene is piciunxiueocyoiHi our power io
describe, no small feature of which is a "soli
tary horseman," standing as if sjell bound
on the opjiosite lank, intently watch
ing some olyect in the titulars hard bv.
Once over wc discovered the object of our
search, the Captain himself, with hunting
coat and boat, his fowling piece slung across
his arm and waiting the movements
of old Lou, whose white figure is
seen beating the bni-.Ii for game. Kindly
greeting us, the Cap. whi-tled in old I.011,
and with the aforesaid horse leads the
way to the place, which we find situated
011 a sightly eminence, and con-i-ting of a
neat cottage house, roomy if not tall, mid de
cidedly cozy home like splendid peach
orchard adjoining, and over the way the
stables and stock yard. Calling a colored
boy and giving him orders to take out the
horse, water, feed and rub him down with
his friendly "come in," the Cap. remarks
"our dinncr-is over, but wo can set you out
tiiiitli f Imt ii 11 Lairlt i tt k.fnt' tit t .ttikt.
Im. .-..,. ii... r..M " 1,. ".it. ;,,..t-::i.K. '
xhort space of time the smiling hostess and '
her as.sistant had spreiid the cloth and w.-sit
down to-a lunch, did voufur? What, with '
roast pig, vegetables, the whit'est of bread and
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tllC r-lltlt. I .. u'lll., ...... o...... iri
ice. tosav H0U11112 01 the ntigc i.iteher o:
rich, sweet milk, we think e can make out
a diiiner.lit lor a King.
Dinnerover and cigars handed round for
Cap. is equal to all emergencies) we return our
thanks to the hostes-, and repair to the stables.
The first olyect of interest is the famous
thoroughbred race horse, "Chickamauga,"
which we find prancing proudly about a
small enclosure where he is allowed to exer
cise and stretch his limbs. A description of
this noble animal would require the IK.-11 of
an artist; we will simply say, that iu our eye
he is perfect in bodv and limb. After li-ten-
111!: to Tough's graphic description of
"Chick's" gamey race, w Inch was so inter
serscd with technical terms and turf Eng
lish that we comprehended but partially,
we pass to the stables. The Cap. here re
marks, "our buildings are only tempo
rary n flairs sir, but ,you must
bear in mind that we have been here little
itcticr than a year, and the coming spring
intend to build our stables and make things
convenient" We replied that the "tempo
rary buiIdings"ought to satisfy any reasonable
person, being well arranged, commodious
and fine enough. Iu the corral we are be
wildered by the sea of heads with ears erect
with wonder and -iiriosisy, covering an area
of several acres. "How many head of hor
ses have you?"' we ak. "Seventy odd," is
the reply, "now many hogs!" "Onehun
dred and odd." "'How manv head of cat
Mle?" "One hundred and odd." And
we had sufficient evidence of the cor
rectness oftho figures. "You seem to have
so many, Cap., that you really do not know
the number. "Yes, sir, I am buying and
selling continually always prepared to do
either, sir. and itin miiii.1v vnn vi th anv
thing in the stock line, sir, of horse kind,.
from a thoroughbred mile-aiui-reiK'at to a
lead mule of cattle kind, fat, work or stock
and of hog kind, Poland and China, Ches
ter White, Berkshire, and of any size ifr age,
sir. Per contra, if you see anyone with
stock to sell, send them to me; Pin their
Coming uiwn a warehouse full of agricul
tural implements, embracing all the modern
improvements, we aked, "IKiyou do much
in the way of agriculture?" "Oh no, sir;
jast a little for amusement. We gathered
the past season, 100 acres of wheat, and oth
er grain in about that proportion, just for
amusement, sir." "Well, how much land
have you here?'' Five hundred and odd
acres," sir." The odd acres, we found upon
close questioning, to amount toabout sixty
a respectable iariu for an Eastern yeralor,
especially when stocked with the iwldsof
horses, cattle, &c
We would gladly have lingered a day or
a week with the entertaining Tough, but our
time is limited and we must tear ourselves
awliy from this place of so many attractions
and return to the dusty and noisy city. Our
horse is re-liarnessed "as fresh as When we
started from home, mid the Cap., mount
ing a filly .tliat KtandYready saddled as if by
magic, accompanies us a mile on our road,
and with a cordial invitation to repent our
visit and brim along our friends, (which we
shall certainly do) bids us adieu and canters
lack. We return home both wiser and tat
ter for our visit to Pavment Hill.
: at Lawrence.
The following account of a race in Law
rence, on Saturday, between Charley Gar
retts horse, "Gen. Mitchell,3' and a horse
brought from Topeka, called "Pat," and
add by his enemies to hail fn.ti Iowa or
Illinois, we cippy frooi the Tribune:
The race was one-half mile, with a bet of
$200 a side $50 on 440 yards, S-50 on (500
yards, $50 on .700 yards, and $50 on tlie
"come out" While the usual amount of
customary preliminaries, including an ex
hibition by the large delegation from Topeka
of perfect confidence in the ability of the
sorrel to "eat Mitch.up alive," backed up
by proffered bets of "five to one," which few 1
Lftwraue men would take, owing to 'their
anal aaagBaaimity ami their desire to let the
boys down easy, the riders backed their bones
and watches were got in readiness to time
It tstmnecewarv to undone this report
The nervy Gei.lWiBaaaeTeaatait,
.,. ,rf-Sn?C- ra-ilv from tlif .lopcKa Jiorw.
.l' ..-! ,. "iwiul full four or five
length alicr.ri; inning nil tlii- Let and llie
rar-Sin the tinprecHpnted timef 48 1-2
second?. . ... i ,-. . ri
Tlie!naoltheco'1 " "e fcuhject f
J niucii conjft'-ulai'O" by his friend, in which
the Topeka : uid Leavenworth gentlemen ho J
!.. -...ninsi h'jn courteously hharcd. 1
Tlifcinthe fourth or S,,n roce W6n b"
I "Mitch" this"ia)n, and he can now re.
tire to the m lihraeoas fields and mnt
mcadd-.-i of lloebruok with digo'.tv and
.Knnsan fity. .:,,
1 SB e .
An' --intelligent .-urrepoii'dcnt" f the
' Xiagtuxi (X. Y.) Journal, writing from the
town aliure trained, fayn:
AT KANSAS IT.TY.
Here we iind crowds of rtcoiilc makinc
their way to trains hound east, all having
lecome thoroughly satrsneel as to tlic truth
oftheoldyet trite" ruaxim, "all U not gold
that glitter?.'" At thi rity there i not one re
deeming feature. Its rcidenccs, poor iu
theimelven, are inaccessible except by means
of rope; laddtror aerial flight. Its-iie iscer
tainly tlie ijitt inappropriate of any city I
haveteejjin thcea.-t or we-t. Built as it is
ina conglomeration of hills and valley.-!, and
holes and swamps, I can only wonder at its
rapid growth. Here are mink thousands of
dollar of.the money of adventurers from the
east, who liave been allured here by Utop
ian dreams of fabuloun tunu to be made in
this land of milk and honey.
V. tt. W. r I'. K. K.
The Director of the Chicago Southwest
ejn & Pacific Railway held a meeting at the
Second National Bank in this city Monday,
and effected a permanent organization of the
comjttny by the election of a President Vice
President, Secretary and Treasurer.
The condition and prosjiecLs of the enter-pri-s'twere
fully dbcu--en, and pland ma
tured for the rapid prosecution of the work.
As an earnest of the fact that the company
means business, we may Mate that a commit
tee yesterday selected a route for a road from
the bridge down to the city, and a!o made
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i iiiiiiiruiviiin nix i uiiiiihlt a icrrv III COIllil-e-
! . ". . . . . ; i I tumin.
i E-phnade a-far as Col. Terry's residence.)
I llie.fare for the round trip is only twenty
regret to learn ol a
Wk regret to learn of a painful accident
Mr. Geo.II. Keller, of Springdale. While
' h Wa,-V l"' ,IK lm look friht ,,oar
I'l". rew's residence, and ran awav, Mr.
,- ,. ... , '.. , - , . .Vti
Keller jumped from the vehicle, but fell so
l1Cavilv as to. break his wrist and receive
)ther 'injuries. Being nearlr 70 vears of
, a?e t,t. ,-,1H. ,-,, j.d, wa; a ,iarr(,w one.
We wish to call the attention of all per
sons concerned, to the advertisement in an
other column, of a Teacher's Examination.
i'lii- will be the last one this year. The j
time is uttirdav, Dec .!, ItuU, and place,
at the Western Ilu-iness College, comer of
Cherokee and Fifth. The examination will
J,e immenvd (.romptlv at 10 o'clock a. in.
.( ,. ,. - , f .,
Mr. Kkm:iV. pmpnetor of thelluiiniie
i i o
lllllN :lt Clyde, Cloud County is in the city
for (he purpose of getting a new engine and
other in.ichin-rv from the Great Western
Foundry. Mr. Kennedy is one of the lead
ing and ino-t enterprising citizens of ('loud,
and dies :t large buines.
Tin: mentiry of the thermometer in the
-hade marked slimmer heat at '2 o'cloek p.
in. on Sund.iv the 27th.
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l.lliu-Fniiill.v lhe i..vnc.ipr Ir5i-
Louis, Nov. 2S The Atlantic & Pa-
tailroad is completed to Neosho, New-
ton County, 111 the extreme southwestern
part 01 the State, and will be open for traffic
the latter p:rt of this week. Xeo-ho is :tl4
miles from St. Ia.ui-. The road is in fine
condition, and will lie pushed rapidly 011 in
to the Indian Territorv and across the
Vw JVub!l"1 llas .a H"1 ff' l "t('
-tiling that great cxcitcnient existed there
;",v, ,,w, r,va,I f ,o1'" Armstrong and
Vha.r,ll,i :U1-? w,,. !"l,uh1 lhe. ipine
family 111 that vicinity some time ago.
r. - 111 1 I ll ..
r A111C.1U. til 1 lliilllll, nciv: ttl.1111; dllll ,7iir( 111
I Ureckinridin; siationtsl a poive of twentv-hve
I men armed with double-barreled shotL-ini
iu the Court Hoiie, a few tes from the
jail, where the prisoners were confined, de
termined to suppress any attempt iu that di
rection. About I och.ck ye-terday morn
ing, a band of about forty armed men
aptK-.ircd at the jail and demanded the
assassin. The Sheriii' replied that he
should protect prisoners from violence, and
ordered the crowd to di-pere, which not lie
ing otayed a volley was fired over their
heads. Several shots were then fired by the
mob without elltrt. The fire was then re
turned by the jMife and one of the mob
killed. The mob then dispersed. The
Sheriii has strengthened his force, and no
further attempt at violence has been made.
LATER THE PRISONERS TAKEN TO ST. LOUIS.
St. Loins, Nov. 23 John Arm-trong and
Charles Jolly, the alleged murderers of the
Lapinc family, near Potosi iu this Suite,
some days ago, were brought here to-day for
safe keeping against the infuriated citizens
of Washington Cotintv, who attempted to
lynch them yesterday morning.
Atljonmctl Merlins or the Xattennl
St. Louis, Nov. 23. An adjourned meet
ing of the National Capital Removers was
held to-night, at which an association wa or
ganized under the name of the National
Capital Kemoval Association, of St Louis,
and a eonstituton adopted. The object of
the Association, as declared by the constitu
tion, is to adopt measures to remove the Na
tional Capital from Washington, to some
central part of the Mississippi Valley. Any
one favorable to the movement can become
a member of the Association. The following
officers were elected: President, Thos. Rich
ardson; Vice President, Samuel Pepper; Sec
retary, Rielnrd A. Barrett; Treasurer, J.
II. McLean. A Committee was appointed
to draft by-laws, and provisions were made
for the appointment of a Finance tVvn
mittce. THE NEW PARTY.
Tlio Winner or flu U' f-
I'nrly Snraest of lbe 1... r
I'rnons lr4MMnt ToaMa tU.',;..i..-
New York, Nov. 2S. The dinner of the
llevenue Kcform Party took place to-night,
and in point of numbers and character of
thor-c a.swmbled, is particularly noteworthy.
KoWrt IJ. Minturn presided. Among tliose
presvnt were Wiu. Ciillen Uryant; David A.
Wells; Horace White, of the Chicago
Triotmr, Gen. Urinkcrhoff, Ohio; David D.
Field; Win. Grosvenor, of the Missouri
Democrat; Joshua Leavitt; S. S. Cox; F.
P. JJarnanl, President of the Columbia Col
lege; Jas. AV. Girard, Jr.; Mahlon Sands,
and many other di.stiuguislied persons. Win.
CuUcn Bryant was received with cheers, and
said: " The cause tf Free Trade was the
cause of the great mass of mankind." Mah
lou Sand . denounced protection a. a
sham and tyranny. David Wells .re
vicwl the history of Free Trade
at. length- Win.. Ji. Gros-veuor, of
the Sl Ixiuw Vqaoavit, 111 speaking
nf.th. snn-essof free trade lirincinles in Mis
souri, said lhe late vict4ry had been one of
the jieople nofpolitlcians. Horace Wlutc
of the Chicago Iribuncf in responding to the
toast; - "Tue.Free Trade Piw of, America,"
eulogised tlie: Free. Trade League. ( In an
swer to Mr. Schencka question, "What, do
tlie free traders want?vnJIe-?Dld reply in
the lanmiace of Mr. Lanoula. when asked
what the KepubUeuu pa would do is the
case 4t slavery. is fpiv was - n e
would put it in n tconditton to aattsfr the
sentiment of the people.''
Letters were read from Hon. Ladas Rob
inson, Hon. IL F. Meyer, Judge Brady,
Mayor HallGov. Huffinaa, Hia. W. C
Allison, Chas. Francis Adams, Dr.. Woolsey,
President of Yale College, Hob. John
Ouini-v Adaaw, Gen. 'McClellan asd Geo.
Ticknor Curtis, and telegrams were received
from Carl Schurzaad Hun. Ja.U. Kenw
A woman with $7,000 worth of jew
elrj'aiid dresas was fined for drnnkeaBeai
oa Mouday in the Bostou municipal
ccwrC . ,
"J"" " "'J -yeA J ' J : '.' LV. - - '
THE EASTERN QUESTION.
WHAT WASDOXK AT THE ENGLISH CABIXET
London, Nov. 29 At a Cabinet council
yesterday, a despatch was read from Odo
Russellcontaining BigmarckV proposal for
a conference o be held at London, to settle
the question of Russia's claims. Alsoa note
from Count Hernstatt to Uranvillt, stating
that Prussia recommended Russia to with -
draw Gortschakofl s note on condition that a
conference be held. ePGortschakofTs secmd-'
note was read a third time, the Cabinet
agreed to Granville's reply expressing the
willingness of England to agree toaconfer-
ence provided that Russia withdraw
( Jorts.Jil:nff' first nnti Tc ,.... .
immediately sent to St. Petersburg and Ver -
sailk-, to convey this rei.lv
A PKOPiVaA rors a ooskekence.
Jxindon, 2i.ov. 25 A 'JVibunc correspoi
dent at Vienna, telegraphs this afternoon.
mat tne proiosaLs o! iJrusatt for a confer
ence on the Black Sea question, has been
submitted to the Austrian Cabinet and ac
cepted in principle, but the final agreement
is made independent of certain prelimina
ries. There is scarcely any doubt at the Foi
eign Office that a conference, will assemble.
The English G v. .iont considers Prussia's
intervention eJ.c.-.'J..t5iy useful. Prussia
heard with regret and surprise of the Ku--sian
circular and she concurs in the Eng
lish view, that, if the IKlwers ont.-r int..
a conference,-its action inu-t be unfettered. I
It is settled that a conference if held, will
ineet in London. It will surely be held,
if no unforeseen ols-tacle prevent. There i
no doubt of Bust's a.-eiu to this principle I
of the conference question. The withdraw- j
ing of Gortschakoffs first note will prob-'
..u. in: avoiueu or tvauul. OUtiier than
arnveat a direct issue England it sinnxe.!
......i. ..,,,, jiuL-mi resuils, anu, It
nor an iinutiiuignevs' to "er.-t ' ti(r
news as now .understood on tlie. i-ntinl.
pans or ine ireaty. - unmarek'.s energetic
co-oieratioii elicits warm expres-ioiis I'rom
EtiglL.li statesmen, who, a fortnight since,
distrusted him most
A special correspondent at St. Petersburg,
on Tuesday evening, telegraphs: Turkev
has not yet confuted to a coiifeienc-e, but
VICTORIA OPPOSED TO WAB ItCMuKJ AXD
London, Iwv. Zj The (iccn continues
resolutely opposed to war.
ruin uranville demands the l.resenee of
p ranee at any conference. on tlie Eastern
question. If this is insisted on, no confer
ence can be held until peace is declared be
tween France and Pru-sia.
It is believed at the Prussian Legation in
London that a conference is certain. Tlie
neutral poners will apply such a pressure to
France as will render it impowible for her
THE SUBLIME AoRTE DISSATISFIED.
Florence, Xov. 28. The Sublime Porto
is represented to Ik dissatisfied with the
delay and hesitation of its allies in endorsing
its proposals to a-sume the offensive against
EARLY ACTION DEMANDED BY RL'ssIA.
Vienna, Nov. 29. It is reported here
that the recent declamations from St. Peters
burg demand that preparation be made bv
the Euiojican powers lor an early action.
New York, Nov. 29 A London des
patch says that it is oificiallv stated in a tel-
- -. .ic. Mc lat Kussia lias deculcil
to withdraw her demand and submit her
prbpo-itiou to the decision of a conference.
ENCI.ANI) MEAN NOTHING BY SIIRIEKINl.
i-i ii ii- ," ,. ...
lhe UoHdt rorresiHnident at crsiill,
on the .th s-iys: lhe opinion at hcail-
quartets is that Eni'Liud means nothing bv
shrieking for Turkey, but will back down as
soon as she sees Russia and Pnis-ia acting
togslher. (Xlo liussell .lid not come lo talk
over Oriental questions but lo lre:it for a new
future policy or OKR.MANY will in:
i I-oNDON, Nov. 29. I5v.a provision of the'
Xorth German ' Oni-tituli.,.! Pru-sia
has seventeen out of fifty-seven votes to be I
S II. OC
cast hy the Confederations Fiom this faet
it is general Iv 'inferred that the future nolicv
1 of Germany will Ie iwace.
Berlin. Y 2. The Austrian Govern -
meut has t... - cl I'm la on the ac-
complishmcnt o. u.011 of 15avaria, Baden
and Hesse Wurtembnrg with the North Ger-1
man Confederation. 1
A UENEEAL CONGRESS OF MANUFACTURER.
A World's special Berlin despatch of the
2'Jth, says: A General Congress of Manu
laeturers meet at Manheim, on December
olh, to consider what alterations iu tarifl'aud
other slKX'ial commercial simulations inav Ix .
rendered nece-sarv l.v the re-union ofAIsaee f
, -, . . . . : :-
One iiundretl tln.usand thaler bail wa
ofTered for the relea.se of tiie bank'er Gnter
back, hy hi family, and ha lieen rcfnisl.
KXCLIbH HANKER. OFFER TO TAKE TIIE E.V
. TIRE GERMAN LOAN.
Loxixix, 2ov. 29 A committee of En
glish banker held a meeting lx-t night and
resolved to ofiertotake the entire new Ger
man loan of 100,000,000 thaler--.
THE GOVERNMENT STRONG IN TIIE NEW
Florence, .s v. 2S. Meiuliers of the
Ministry have ueen re-elected to Parlia
ment in largo iJ.-rities, and the Govem
menls will have a strong working majority in
the new Chambers.
SEVERELY CENS JREI.
Florence, Nov. 29 The Italian Minis
try i severely censured on all hands lor an-,
thorizing the seizure of the journals which
published the Papal Encyclical.
teports from iierlin.
THE 1! TTT.E NEAR AMIENS.
Berlin, Xm 29. King William has
forwarded the l' fingto Queen Angnta:
Versailles, jCov. 20. Yesterday Gen.
Mauteutiel, 'ti.ii a portion of the first army,
defeated the Freiu'li a few miles south of
Aniien. Th- V iicli lost one thousand
killetl and w ju.. .td, and seven hundred
prisoners. Tlie L'nissian loss i compara
The Duke of Mecklenburg Schwerin L
near Leman, wb- re Keratrv has a French
fortv of 27,000 i i.
rj-. mm VrrIIIrs5.
TLM-i-. . .j CLAIM A VICTORY.
Versailles, Nov. 29 The French, ves-
V tenia v. nttacked the German forces a:
f.i.. i U.v ifc. Montargis and Pidiiviers,and
. Frederick Charles
..ji.cted the operations.
. -, . iscaefs fell into our-baud.
O.A.wi aJESPATQIES FROM GEN. VON
0ilifirm the reports of the ilefeat of the Gari
inldioiv, at Ilxsques. on Saturday, and their
dLorderly flight. Gen. Von Werder fol
Iowel up" his Micces.ses on the nejet dav, tuni-
'"JT, . :"A-;Z
a Ion, 4f 400 killed. The French retreated
in two tlircctioa. The Prtiian losses will
not exceed fifty, killed. s
The retreat "of the army of the Xorth from
Amiens, was in an orderly manner.
A Prussian captured before Amiens, says
the German plan is to attack Lille and Dun
EnltM 4f paten-..,.
A VICTORY 4LAU1ED FOR THE ARMY OK
TIIE LOIRE. ,
LoNiwN, Xov. 29. A special from Tours
to-day says: Yesterday the right wing of tiie
army of the Loire, having repulsed, during
the 'previous lav, jsnrral attempts of the
enemy to to-a h xnk. advanced to Gicii j
tnA Afnnrs.. . ...r mmnipniHsri n innri-
g.,--. - -- ..
ment towani l'ltiuviers, in 4mDination
vitti'trie. oHvnnr-P f trip rtirhr (sSntrp f t!..
la agrees iranklr to eitlu-r.-i i-nnE-mn-
oining all tfiu' Wufnions, 'therfi' wiir'-
IW niMtltpr jlil1i.rtlf ..l.... .1. . I r.
.., v ."viii ,iiiK unr.ts
annv at Arthenav to the same point. While ig impost duties and mes arising from cu
these BMvement were being made, detach- ' tom ,0 V ,n L""'6 state currency,
ments of the en'uiy were, in every- cae, '
v.M,T-.,- l.,... .
Montargis and Pi:
the enemy maa
of the Tenth" tv
divisions of t1
guns. . At ii.
'UU.Ui ,M.W, .W...l .
"vierR. Here at 2 p.m. j
10.000 men, cousuting
The Fifth and First
eh aailed the Prus-
south, capturing two
ue Gennaiijroin ap-
1 IoMes dn the 17th and
r.rt for Born ttiuiv.
: TI4T following- ilt
Oteivctl here iroai v - i -
... . ..
o: . . .
jr'A are in tLe vaTlev. of'
- , - .
. ABUeVflUiS lliey a'en.
iliage tf VilUrs 'by the
Gardes Mobiles, who retreated into town
-n'n enen!-V8 re,nr'",ce'"iU came up.
,iO000 Irussitui.-. now occupy Amiens,
There was some sharr. fi"htinc wtprdav.
in front of the army ol the Loire, all along
the country between Pithiviers and Mont-
"pis. l.inicuiars are wanting, nut it is
said the Frendi were generally successful,
having captured manv prisoners ami one
' lwx, Nov. 29. The English journals
! n'tadirt the reports published yesterday,
I 'lat lne French had leen driven fn"u
i ka011! Mezieres and a French General,
caPt"r- The Frehch still hold the place
' an" n,-S"t occurred
1 A KT"- 1
A -.rr.k?..n.1an ... r III - fl !
..v--iiu-iiuuuuii.il crsmura sajs: mere i
was a serious attack upon a Prussian corps J
stationed at CJicsey this morning, but the as- i
faulting columns were repulsed. There i
were many killed and 2o0 prisoners taken. '
The loss on the German side is small. A ,
Bavarian corns was :il p.iTnivl l"Tinrv '
t"nn? ,va kept up by tthe French from Ville-
NO news Fitou THE CONTENDING armies,
,. Lonixin, Nov.- 29. There is no inipor-
tant news from France to-dnv Thus for
there is no confirmation of the reported bat- j cess. This is particularly applicable to
tie" near Montargis. j Dooley's Yeast Powder as each luckage not
a dangekous conspiracy. j only contains the full weight as represented,
London, .Nov. 28. It has been ascertained ' but the contents are perfectly free from any
that there is no truth in the rejiort that an j injurious substances. Nothing enters into
attempt had been made on the life of Sing I its composition but articles that are healthy
William, but proo6 of a dangerous conspir- I and nourishing, and the bread prepared with
aey lias leen discovered. The allair is kept it is such as can be eaten with impunity by
quiet and no particulars have tiaiispired. It J the mast sensitive invalids. For sale by
is reiwrted that tiie King and staft have re- grocers every where. eodiiwlw "
moved from Versailles to Leax. -
No trains are allowed to rmi on the rail- I OUwmwl Mine nr- realty on l
,r.v. K,t. ,l... ,: .,; l I ..; ..,. ' Jn till omitry.
' MVtovii iii .rt jtt iiva ar.f -& -
cept for the tranjiortalion of triKips and ma
tcrials of war.
A MEttE TRAIN
u-od at Thionville, is on the way to Miint
medy. TJie village of Versigncy, near La Fere
was burned to-thc ground before the surren
der of the fortres-.
REPORTS OF GERMAN SUCCESSES
ill the battles around Amiens are confirmed
by a despatch from King William, which,
however, gives no particulars.
IN THE KlfiHT AT DL'KY
. the Prussians had ."0,000 men engaged: not
3,01)0 :is previously retorted.
NEWS HAS JUST ARRIVED THAT AM1ERS HAS
by a division of German troojis under Gen.
Von Der Greben.
London, Nov. 293:30 a. m. A grand
battle is imminent, if not already in progress,
between Chateau Dun and Montargis. At
the l.il accounts front the army of the Loire,
the French were buoyant and confident of
the re-nlt. A detachment of 8,000 Prussians
are reported at Chateau lU-gnalt, twenty-five
kilometers from Tours. The German right
occupies Atontargis, still facing the'French
iu the forest of Circottes.
Prince Frederick Charles's army has been
strongly reinforced with field artillery.
The commander of the National Guards
at Calais has been di-mLved for preventing
the defenc of that place, and the nuuiiciiKil
The commandant at Evreux has been
cashiered for surrendering the town to thu
TIIE GREAT CONFLICT.
New York, Nov. 29. A London des
patch says: French 'advices say that a great
conflict between the opjiosing forces, to the
iiurulicr of 300,000 men, is likely- to occur
immediately in the Southern Department.
The Prussians are within twelve miles of lhe
French Provisional Government.
The special lo the World about an inter
, ilaTO .lonmmced Moltkeand the K nir. is
.t Ma 1 Mr B.in-m vaI' tVttlt ll . tfhilinfttiul
discredited here and denounced a-
! sav the German stratigists seem coniident o
I hJIdill;; DcPaladines on the line from Arte-f
av to Monlargis until Mecklenburg's armv
the German stratigists seem confident o
is fully established on his line of communi
cations. The Prussian force now maintains
an unbroken line from Caunerre to Montar
gis, running due east and wesl, forty miles
north of Tours, and only twelve miles south
of Orleans. Although it picscutstan extent
of a hundred miles, there does not seem vi
taliiv cnoii-'h in the armv of the Loire tt.
I bre-.ik it at any point.
1 BISMARCK AOAIN INTERVIEWED.
The WorlVs correspondent, yesterday,
interviewed Bismarck for two hours. Bis-'
man-k said the unconditional surrender of
1 III.il jsii.i n.v ...IV.........V...
Paris would not be accepted.
I Pans would not be acceptett Capitulation
- of the citv wonld only be itermittcd when
conditions for a complete cessation of hostili-
I ties had been agreed to; that tliose who
1 threaten that war will not enil with the fall
"fthe capital will be circumvented. The
Provisional Government mu-l bear thcodium
of making peace. Hunger and rebellion
will speedily constrain them to complete
ptumiL-ion with (ii-niaiitnnj; I'.iri", to arm
wliicli, mi many place were niadedeferLSiles.
trance will e completely weaponless lor :i
decade, even Miould Mie return to refitting
her ar-enaU and replacing her artillery.
THE l.l'KE OF MEfKLnxiiUEt: w.vs FOILED
. .. . . r -i ? 1
m an attempt 10 occupy ueinans, which
covered by a eorp 1 ."0,0u0 men
till oeetipie an entrenched jx-Mtion between
Orloiiii umi Arlhi-iiav. Tin- German at
tempted to encircle him, by piishin-; forwani j
one force, commanded bv Frederick Charles. 1
to (lien, another to l.loi, coninianded hy
thellukeof Meeklenl.ttrj;, while the centre,
directly in Trout of Artlanay, wa com
manded by Von Der Tann.
The "overnti.ent here ha every a.-Mirance
that JVAnrelle' .stnitejry is admirable, and
that at tne proper moment he will aiiuie
the olI'enive, pierce Von Ter Tann'. line,4!
and pttsii towards eratlie, leaving a mii
lieient' fortv 1-ehind to occupy the attention
of Frederick Charles and the Duke id Jreck
enbtir. .Ilinrrllniii-oiiH I.ialelirt.
A 15ALLOON FROM I'ARIS.
ClIRlTINA, Norway, Xov. 28 A balloon
which left i'aris on the 2."tth, deseenili-d here
to-day, with two paeni;ers anil a uumber ol
etirrier pigeon. The aeronauts bring com
plete file of Paris paper, up to the day of tlieir
departure, and large (juanlilie of official and
NOT PERMITTED TO PASS T1IKOUOH BWITZ
LAND. Herne, Nov. 2"J. Citizens of France are
not permitted to paiw through 8witxerlanil
to join the French armies.
.Hoxit-an ClalniH Ktantiaa Ali
. fT( Uijrtve in Manaacr.
WAsniOW)!r,'Nov. 29 The statement
published Jon' Friday to the effect that tlie
Mexiean'.Clairu. Commission will not enter
tain claii4fijed after February 1,1869, w
erroneoii-V' ? -
The CpmmLssioner of Agricnkure lias just.
receiveu vtnn iireaBipeiiai-oouinicai gar
dens at St."Yiei!j n cdllecrion or Rus
.sian apples, mbracin-abeiyt-400 varieties'
in tiuplicitc. The-e have come in perfect
condition and are well provided with grafts,
which will be at once distributed to nursery
men and others who deire to experiment
and propogate from these promising acqui
sitions, in the ortltern ami .ortiiwestern
Our ForriRit .IfTair Wbo will be Min
ister to IlBClanil.
Washington, Nov. 29 The subject of
the Alabama claims and who will lie Mot
ley's successor as American Minister to Eng
land, arc regarded a the principal points of
interest in connection with the foreign policy
i.ich the adminbtration will recommend to
CongrcMiatthe coniincncenient ol the ap
proaching session. After tlie Senate reas
sembles, the President will nominate a new
Minister to, England and he will be a man
wlro will rriithfnlry reflect the sentiments f
the admini-tration upon that question. It is
believed the iosilion which the President
assume on the great point at iue between
the United States anil Great Britain is quite
in accordance with the universal sentiment
of the people of thi country: That ample
reparation will be required for the injury in
flicted on our eoinnicrce-diiring the rebel
lion. An Effort to Itu f'ertnin Ti
in Currency TIe Ms
ASIUNGTOX, Xov. 29. It is teamed that
earlv in the session of Congress a prominent
Western Senator will introduce a bill allow-
jnstitul of gold, as at present reqmretL
It is DOfitivelv asrr:el that tlie san Lto-
mingo treaty wul be somewhat morliheU 411a
X ". . .... . .
sent in to the Senate.
A large aiwi 'cll"':Iectel assortment, at j
Xn. 3G DcJavV-Are.strtet. I
novUu-iliiw II. A; J Dbckxxman.
I! in PffirrrT-T-; Yi.u nii.mt sm well -r-!
pecx - MJ .rtutere aBuiain-.au lautuaeu eye "7
. i? i- " zLa' l.
pert to sutidueantl care Catarrh (which in aa
a .1 r.i .. r.L-
iBBaaimaucm ih iiic uiuuiusuieiuui.uieui uie
air patwagei in the head) by the ua of irrka-
.s.. ... ..-. . ,-. - .--. . y ,T ' t
The Pntssians nowsdiwing irntatingpowdent Into it, jo caj-'.
, Sage's Catarrh Reiiiedv aires Catarrh bv iu
mild, soothiiiir action, which subdues' the
mtlammation and restorw the iratiiral secre-
tion of the mucous follicles. The proprietor
offers $500 for a case of Catarrh that he can -
not cure. Sent bv mail on receipt of sixtv
nik t,u I.,. .1-., :... J.. r i'
Pierce, M. D., 133 Seneca street. Buffalo,
N. Y. d&w.Tw.
I will furnish glass, prime sash, and glaze
the following sizes?
8x10 r window, 12 lights
9x12 " "
W. S. Jewell, No. 77 Cherokee street,
I et. Third and Fourth.
M'by Xa I'ondcr shonld bo aod.
i Because it is much more convenient than
i brewers' or bop ycat, produces better and
. more nutneious food, and never fails of sue-
The sudden changing of weather has done
much to give rise to Consumption. t But
there are thousands of cases who bring it on
by their own imprudence such as wearing
damp clothing, and going from the damp
room into the cold air, and checking the
prespir.d ion, which causes prespiration of
the Lungs, and then matter or phleitm will
collect, which nature will try to relieve by
coughing it up, lo prevent pu-tules from
forming. If nature does not raisethe matter
with ease, and stop its inflammation, tutarehs
wilt soon form, and Consumption will soon
follow. Allen's Lung Balsam will cure and
prevent thousands of eases of Consumption if
it is only taken in time.
For sale by all Druggists. d&wlni.
A Kciinatloii In (be toMl 3Inrk-(.
No such sensation has leen created in the
food market during the present century, as
that occasioned bv the introduction of the
nac ftaff of life (for so it may be justly called)
known as Sea Moss Fariue. Itis difficult to
tell the truth about this extraordinarv article
of diet without being sti-pecteil of exaggera
tion, frepared from a marine plant which
grows sontaneousy on the Irish coast, it is
by all x!ds the cheapest article of sustenance
ever oflered to the masses; while the dishes
prepared from it cannot be excelled, either
for nutritious properties, epicurean flavor or
variety, lhe Sea Aloss panne Co., o3 Park
Place, who own the patent under which it is
.manufactured, are doing a business in this
new edible equal to that of the most exten
sive flouring, establishments iu the country,
and are now erecting new mills to supply
the ever-increasing demand. From a 25c
Rickage you can produce sisiecn iptart. of un
surpassable Blanc Mange, Custard, Fariue
Cream, Jelly, or light Puddings. Invalids
and convalescents find the dishes made from
it more delicious, digestible and lestorative,
than any dainties of the same clas derivable
from ordinary sources. cod&wlw
The Kra!t of Science.
LNCASTER, O., Dec. 29, I860.
Mi-.rs 1. I SutrcA Co., Cincinnati, O, :
Gentlemen I am induced to give my
testimony in favor of the medicine you pre
pare, called Wayne's Elixir of Btichu, Juni
per and Acetate of Potash, from the great
benefit I have derived from its use. For
many years I have been suffering from an
afiectiou of the kidneys, and tried various
rcmed its, with, at times, some benefit from
their Use, but I had never received a perf.vt
relief until I had nscii your medicine, which
was recommended to me by Messrs. Slucuni
& White, of this city, and I feel that it has
almost produced a tierfect cure in mvself,
and can cheerfullv recommend it l others
suffering from a similar disease.
Lancaster, O., Dec. 20, 1S00.
Messrs. F. K. SuireA Co., Cincinnati, Ohio:
Gentlemen We have licen selling your
Wayne's Elixir of Buehu, Junier and Ace
tate of Potash, and, from what wc hear of its
use, would state that it gives lietter satisfac
tion than any other article we sell, in com
plaints of the kidneys. Respectfully,
Slocum & White,
Geo G. Beck,
Mueller & Bui.chler.
CiiAi'i'EiJ hand-., facc,ro;i!i s-kin, piiiniitr
ring. worm, Kilt-rhciuii, and otlier,cont:i!;coiis
J a flection., cured, and tlies-kin mad.-Miit and
! smooth, bv ming the Juniper Tar Sm, made
! hy Casnefl, Hazard & Co., Xcw York, h
5 is more convenient and ea-ilv ain.lied :l:a:i
other remedie, avoiding the trouble of the j
"reasv couiiM.tind now in 11-e. Soltl bv all 1
.TiAKKtrr i::m ;.
I.KAVKNWi.UTII, Xmomlx-r. ., lSTe.
SuiMr, X. O.
J M)'3 00
1 ttsui -n
, : onrai m
. 12 0UJ13 (W
2 2Jii:. 00
ti IK((7 50
1 XH2 00
:t sost-l Ti
(' sucir.. ................ ........ ..
Mulassi-s, common sjurlloiist'
White lriis.. . ...
Silt, coarse. hld... ...
lti e .......... ........ .......
Mar 4Jhndi... .5
Tea, licst Imperial ......
Tea, seci.nd nualily... ..,
Slacterel, No. 1 U Mil
No. 2 'tX bbl
" " No. 2
" " kits
Herring, fmokc-d ....... .......
Halibut . .. ..
Oysters fl ca.se .... ...
fJan Frtiitx ti case ...........
FijS.s, old .. ..
.'. OUCtS 00
2 ;i,u, I (VI
2 i"iiii2 70
2 7,VS. "0
) -tril 10
Prunes... . .....
43irries, pitted ...... ....
Brazil diiU..... .
Brounis doz.... ....
Wdorien Ware, No. 1 tnln "pi doz
" " No. 2 tubs V !oz
" " No. :i tuM'ri d.z
Tlireu hoop pailj. ...-.. ...............
Two hoop paiis.. . .
Wash Boanls ...
Tolacw No. 1 t! to iL
' No. 2 It lb
No. r. v ir.
Natural Iraf"o. I ............
(irais- Juice... ...... ... ...
Kiliikinick W I-ale .
Finn Cot Chewins
Virginia ."iiiokiiK; ..
i:.tcos a.m. Ljito.
Clear Sides, pork hou......
Ijnl... .... .................. ....
Or 4UmmI .Tlwrliel.
BBOWX SIIXKTISO AXt) SIIIRTTM.
Indian HeadShecliiig 1 1 Ti,-er J, ... .
Atnoskeac ....- 12J J IVjierrll, N :
IJranlteyille 11)-. ' IL
Apiwaui 11 hedfiml, Iu .
.U'U-tJ 11 Pepcrell, I).
Union A II' " E.
JGiu Kruit of iix'iu-
17 ZC in Israeli in
5 iu SKVd I
3 in Lonsdale
3o in UUU
3". in Kockland
12Ji31 In Pi-eael K. 3
. IS ; in firrat Falls y IC
. Ilj3T,in HartfcTd 15 I
. I5 Hartford Itro IJJJ
'A2y,.iAr A X A 27i
-12)..Otcs C C VI
... ,i.arAii. .-... , Mk.icn
Ainoflog A C A325j Mount Veruoo .
Omestio C O A 22,Key Mono .-.. .
Indiin Orchanl 12, Hallowell . wji
laconia 13,Acdruj.iin.-jtuc tJ
Naumkejg satteen 16;
Union 1 WMithiuari
Bates. !5scotea .. '
American 12J451' Haymaker- . ,
Uuui'itOD 22 ,V.'iii iu.it Jeu C
Gamer A Oo
j: ltij Lancaster.
-ll Jl'rrtuutck W WjCW. J
.i-Jrlli a:ory Kaney
VI illlury rink-
. ... TJStar
l Pimiri HT. loose ft ton
.i r uuT.lti 00
' baled ytrm-
li rxvjiis oo
1- . I. isl.t (III
Flaxseed - .
Bf rasa .l..
m ti k
ting snuffs or strong, caustic solutions.
DSCG ASO OILV.
2 7393 00
' CMtorSlZZZZZ' "
', Alum '
Wvlir.1 tub rommon
FLOCK, MKAL AXD BKAS.
XX i 2 252 SOICorn Meal
Choice brandJ 003 25 Bran ."
Wheat, prime rail SOg I 00 Una 2S
lIogs are cotuin; in more freelr, a decline in
prices convincing the tanners that there is no
policy in holding on longer. Packers were paying
vetterdar 5c, grots, and 7c, neit, with a large
quantity coming in.
Monday's St. Louis Eepuilicaa says:
Up to yesterday th- weather was line for packing
operation; then the temperature ru? aUeasafe
drvrte, and the timidity of oirators being huhi
tned by the tict just recelTcd tuut some of our saip
cicnts South of the new products lud soured, there
was not the amount of buiinoa tranuctol we bad
reason to expect. There need belittle apprehen
sion, howt:er. of a srell of unsuitable weather of
any duration, as the regular frct p-ril U too far '
adranced in this Ltlitude tor a'weather freak of the
kind. Hoj have come forward in quite a limited
way, airegaling, up to yeMcrday, mriu-ite, but I
li,C0d bead. Rates ruled at 'tl.uopcaiUKof the 1
wctitaiiii, i), b;j, ana b'-ic, embraciug all mer
eliautable qualities; mi Tuesday at 5 9-10 to fi'e,
the weight drawing , 2o0and 300 tts; on Wed
iiesJay ;j S" to 'oS5, showing a decline; en Friday
'J-jto'oc; the latter for choice. The supply of
yesterday included that of ThurMlay. and footed
up 7.332 'head. T.-dav. with only 1.0J5 hoes re-
tvlve.1, prices remain steaTIy at yeiierday's quota
tion. C' to 6lic. Total receipu of the week 15,5t3
. euiuer Sillier uil.'j lor siuuieriu.
Si 0051 25
s oflr. oo
2 .V)a2 75
Salt v bbl
Chic kens it doz........ ..... .......
I X L White Winter liour in sack
llet City or Missouri brands
I. ! .1 SJS
Graham Flour, '1 sacks......... ..
3 tt. Gat Meal
Oear 1.2J.1J.2 inch dress'd one fide
2d do do do do. do
do do do do do' do ....
Clear si-liiu...... ...... do do ......
2d ' do dr.
3d ' do do
Flooring . do '
1st " . .. do do .
2d ....... do do ..
:il ............ do do .--
1 inch biding............ do do ......
i inch Ceiling, clean clear....... ..
A, Stock Eoanl, 12 Inch..
B " 12 inch
Common l.tinls.......... ........
Joists and N-antling, ICfeet and under
Shingles, A or Mar sawed .
" Xo. 1 s;iwiil..............
Lutli, 1-t ijuality. ........
Doors, 2-6x6-B . ....
ash nxlO. ..........
loxfd.'."."... "..".Z.... ."
SJIH.V '..... ......................
' ' 9x14
" 10x1 4
7i. 00 ;
tA 110 I
.VI 00 !
25 (M '
S2 50 I
47 50 .
42 50 1
30 00 ,
45 00 i
30 00Q32 50 I
32 50 j
S 50 I
2 .Mli33 00 t
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH, i
Nkw York. Nov. 2t. I
iIoH .lull all day; opened at l; deelincl to It ;
clor-i-d at 11J.
4 ti eminent teady.
Stf-tks dull an-1 hanllv any scriilative inlerest;
State securilii-s neKlet-leil.
Money easy at 4 to G ; moil transactions at 6.
Merlins; excitative ana im.kcrs; inns:..
'.sis. i.Hf: mm.
. "a:'. 7;new:ji;
'W.'J;',.;'!.,; 10-10., C.ya;f, 10J4'
M. rt. W4.
St. Loris. Not. 2j.
liRKiDSTL'KKs Klour in lietter demand but still
iuattheand unchanged. Wheat; spring easy for
buyers; till firm and unchanged; No 2, sprins 5103
ful 03; No 2, redCill 123123; No 1, SI 2-irtI 29.
Corn dull and lower; mixed 4G,'.ilV-; old white 4Se;
liull: rellow 57(i'Sc; choice white 5.vu.Vc. s;i(.kel.
Oat 394 je. Barley dull at -sVfiSl 00 fur prime
to ehnlce sprint;.. Kye inictiTe at crii;c.
l'I.OVI!-I.. A shade firmer. Turk sl! 10'ir
10 50. I)rv SIt Shoulders 7JTi!ic; clear rib I0-;
llc;clears:tleilli"-,!lj'. Lanl 12;tl4je. lbo
finner at ;i;O0iTiC50." Receipts Y, too. Cattle
quiet at 32 0ft(Ti 5. "-0.
lliniiwutu Steady and firm at !5c.
x:w YOICK MAKKKr.
New York, Not. 23
Bkkidsti'FF- Flour dull and di-cliiu-d 310c;
ftix-r western state Si !)Vu5 13; extra JS K; clinio
fu25. Whe-it dull and declined lC'-e; 'I'rinc
Sl0".y:;iiiixl5l20;neir 21 3tl 35; SI -I2iil "
forsiiiWrts-!. RvrSlOO. lUriey heavy at Jl TO.
t'orn dull: No 1, mixed S7i91e; new S)'i-.V. lkits
lull and declined : we-tern ."uc.
Wiiissky Huiil at Mc.
I'm. vistov: l'orfc 23 O0.2:t 25; new S22 7-'.;
prime ines Sl7."JI to $ll00: new r."2 00(522 50.
JU-flOfilSe; ettr? 15;se; liamtin pi.-kle lil5c;
tan) dull at 1 1 -.
nii'A;o m Kiitrr.
CiitrAr.o. Nov. 29
liiitADsTCrFs Fl4ir dull and declined 10c.
Wheat quiet; Xo 2, sprinc closing at SI 02TI (i
cah. Corn, No 2, liiiwd f-Oe. Oats dull ami decline-lie;
No 2, cloMnu atHOKc. Rye quiet; No
2, eliain-.- stea.Iy at 70c. Harley dul! at 7Sc fir
HifiltwiSKs Quiet; Sic for iron hound.
I'imvisioNs Weak and dull. Mesa Pork closed
heavy at Sl 25(319 50. cash; SIS SO eller for De
teuilier. I.inl 12c. Utp Hos tctive hut closed
tameat SS25jfiC 75; dressed quiet at S7 O0r7 50.
Cattle steady at $2 75(ji7 50.
C!el tl'ns; Sfnrrlietl.
Essays ji.r Voi-so Me.v, on Social Eyil, and
the propriety or impropriety of getting Married,
with sanitary help for those wiio feel unfitted for
matrimonial InppincM. Sent free, i sealed cn
yelojvs. Addresit, IIOWAUI) ASS a.tTtyiN,
Bos 1', Philadelphia, Fa. o 20dAwl23
Smie occupations of life predispose to Cot-the-ness.
especially those which allow hut little exer
cise. 1'ersonj who contract this unfortunate haldt
ofludy, under such circumstances, might possibly
be relieved hy changing their sedentary employ
luents for others of a more active kind; but this is
hy no means certain. Habitual constipation is a
very obstinate disorder. All the ordinary sosralled
remedies invariably aggravate it. Nothing can be
more injurious than the continued use of strong
aH-ricnts. They at first irritate, and finally almost
paralize. the Iwwcls rendering them so torpid that
enonnons doe of cathartic medicines have no ef
fect upon them. A mild aperient, combined with
a gentle stimulant, it the true remedy; and a com
bination in the happiest pmportion, of these ingre
dients, is found in Hosteller's Stomach Hitters.
This famous Stomachic invigorates the whole intes
tinal canal, while quietly removing from its convo
lution alt lnicdiinenis to a free iassag through
them. No mere purgative has this double opera
tion. No ordinary stimulant effects the desired ol
ject. Osestif Onjtliation aliandoned as hopeless
by distinguished medical men have lieen cured in a
fee vti k by the Hitters. To lho-e who hare tried
all the mcdicaiR of ih- dipensary in vain, wusay
try this irresistible stimulant and arient. There
is imsuffirlent reaw.n why eonstiiiation should be
tlieivitsequvn'-e of lentary habits. Hostctter's
Hitters, by supplying the vigor which would other
wise I derived from exercise, will in all cases en
abls the system to perform it excretory, functions
regularly and healthfully. tu-tli-sat.twlw
KVERV lNi: HIS OWN UOCTOK.
A private instructor for marrried person or those
aliout in le marrieil, U.th male and lemale, in every
thing concerning the physiology and relations of our
.sexual .system, anil the production and prevention
of offspring, including all the new discoveries never
Iiefure given ill the English language, by WM..
YOl'Ni;, M. I. This is reallva valuable and in
teresting wotk. It is written In plain language for
the general reader, and is illustrated with numer
ous engraving . All young marrieil people, or those
contemplating marriage, 2nd having the least im
pediment to married life, should read this bonk. It
discloses ecrelsthat every one should be acquainted
with ; stilt it is a look that in a-: be locked up and
not lie about the house. It will Is- sent to any ad
dress on receipt of .To ct. Addre Dr. l'3l.
YsJCNtr, No. 41CSpmceatreetabove Fourth, I1.il
A;KK Ll.TLRAL TOOLS.
C. J. KOWEVL, JR.... H. C PBA5G.
Leavenworth Plow Works.
Xa.4 SstaB Flo
T THE LAST FAIB OF THIS COtJSTT SO-
. CIETY the First Pn-mintiis In Piows were
",gv j given to tlie undersigned, who are now mauuCic
"' '- j taring au-i hare lor sale, German and Cast Steel
i-iows tcoroogniy naricned, and invite the atten-
tlfWl nf Fsmisiml nl heist fn itlvie wr.efr
HOWELL A PKANG,
Cherokee near Seveath-st , L-avenwortb.
COW OF MEDIUM SIZE, HAS BIGHT
XV aorn hall broke ou, left ear eplit, her color Is
brown, white and yellow in Iire spote, his whiUr
i -u moi la ner nnrneau. one n cone aiioui six weeks.
oa AlilwralrewaraviHbe paid fortheirlurTiof tb
it i"- eowtome, or any latmuation leading to her rr
re SiVr.cvery. --- 30H.t BIElSOEK,
5i Gnnsaatta, euraer of ji t h and Shiaaee-ts.
3 CO ov24wTW
It may be mentioned, without tear of successful
contradiction, that the
OF TIKE AG 3:
ARE THE FOIXO'WIjrG :
SARSAPARI LU & POTASH
MOTHERS' WORM SKIMP
These are not quatk or patent medlHne.
They are prepared after approved formulas.
They are compounded ofthepunsK and finest fn-1
They are endorsed by the Jfe-lical Profession
They are recommende.r by the ncspajrs. ,
4They are praised by the Preachers. '
They have been tested Iu tl.ousan.is of homo. '
They have been analyzed by the Snr Chemists. I
They should be iu every tunily.
All other remedies are secret- lilwarl WiMer' s
are open to the investigation of any giadLate of t
CsenootiterA .Savciillh auid leulkeii lilc
TACTS FOR LADIES.
BEAD THE FOLLOWING
A. Srxxu, Esq.: c
Pear Sir: I hare used your Wheeler Wilson
Sewing Machine in my nunilr for sixteen year
with perfect satisfaction. During that time the
entire expense, with the exception of oil and
needles wiH nt aruocnt to fiie dollar. My entire
family are v pmBcIent in its ue thit my youngest
''auzhter, only elere- Tear of -.n;... ia expert as -
hermi.'her. It tholr n?i!Tera? mv. t-.-v-ltthe
i pano but kevj H.h mIhi matiut.e.
1 -t, M-
A. SUMNER CO.,
WHEELER JL WILSIM
800,000 NOW IN USE.
SHOULD HAVE ONE.
Alter sixteen years experience we arc
prepared to famish a lietter Machine
for the Purpose r family seniair than
The qHalities whirli rmimmeuil thi
1st. Durability. It wil! last loager
than aHT other nachiae.
2d. Economy 4f thread.
:td. himplicftjr and thoroBRhHesM of
4th. It has no shattli' anil makes the
."ith. Iteaaty and excellence of stitch,
alike oh both .side of tin; fabric sewed.
Ktb. Strength, flmine.ss anil durabil
ity of seam that will not ravel.
7th. Its wide range of application to
purposes and material.
S. Oinpactiicss anil elixanre of model
!Hh. Seed and eue of operation and
Biauatrcmeut. and (niitiiess of mini
ment. 10th. It has fifteen pieces los than
any shuttle machine, table included.
1 Illi. It has fewer pieces exposed tu
wear than any other Lock Stitch .Ma
chine. 1-th. It is the most simple in con
struction, and easiest adapted to differ
ent kinds of work: it cau be ehansred
from coarse to line, or from line work
to coarse, where a clianse or netillc,
tltri'iid. length of slilt-li ;unl tension are
ri'iiiireil. in less time ill. lit any other
It is dfsei-tcdJv J!n"
yiiiST SNJ4:.5: rI.III.F
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR.
Ni:i:i UK WITHOUT A
WE ARK AI.HO NtKPAKKI. TO FUKNISII
Organs & Pianos.
j All .' nf uWare isjoed from Hie
t. ronrs ofjick.
Anl th nanif
Is used as a Iriiilr m.irt on all grods Mild.
(!atalirues with full desrriptioii of all the atyle
of. MACHINES, OltriANS and TIANrw, sent post
paid on application.
! Distant purchai-eni can send orders hy mail after
j consulting the Catalogue, and be sure f,receivini.
I precisely what they order.
rho patronize us may be assured that wr
TAKE GOOD CARE t
Of ever j Machine or ln.truu.eut 41 by u.-
We iitfer nurg.nd5 at prices
Within the reach of all, and
on better terms than any
other reliable House.
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