SATURDAY, AUG. 3, 1871:
PEN PORTRAIT OF GEN. GRANT.
Julian's Radical of Thursday last, contains
what U calls a 'pen portrait' of President
Great, taken from that '4-up-the-creek,
Theodore Tiltoo, of the Golden Age. A anf
ftneat reply to it, and vindication of General
Grant, from ths charge Tflton makes of the
President's 'fearful usurpation of executive
.power aad patronage,' we copy below, from
tJaliea's Radical,' said and generally bettered
o tare bees written by Hon. George W. Ju
ne, for his brother Ikes I
Ulysses S. Gratf
We make the above announce
ment, not to attract special nV
tice.orto indicate extra-officious
zeal, but because it expressed
OUR MOST EMPHATIC
PREFERENCE, and we don't
see why we should not say so.
Gen. Grant, in some eminent re
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specis, nas Bnown nimseu ; as
much superior in civil as in mil
itary afiairs. He has promptly
lasen positions ana assumed re
a en o o O J .
eponsiDiiiues wnicn no . mere
. ponnaan. oi tne orainary run
of our statesmen, would have
dared to do. . Take for instance
his direct announcement in his
inaugural address in favor of Ne
gro Suffrage. The party which
elected him, had r dodged the
question in its platform. What
other men, outside of the pro-..
nounced Radicals, but wouldj
have followed that example j
President, and dodged, or at
least postponed a declaration on
the subject? But not so with
Grant An old-time Democrat
before the war, he at.once dei
monstrated the soundness of hia
conversion, the frank heroism of
his nature, as well as the high
est statesmanship, by taking the
bull by the horns.
In like manner on the subject
of the payment of the National
Debt, on which, also, his party
had trimmed and prevaricate
he did not hesitate to take the
responsibility of a clear state
ment of his position, at the im
minent hazard of his popularity.
. . . . ... .
Again, bis putting the man
agement of our Indian Affairs
in Quaker hands, shows a mind
much above the grade of the
mere politician a practical wis
dom which is being vindicated by
.Last, but not least, we ap
plaud his prompt, manly, hearty
recognition of the French non
public. How refreshing it was
to every true man to hear our
Chief Magistrate "speaking right
out in meeting on that subject'
no halting no equivocation.
It was an example amidst the
senseless proPrussian folly
which had swept over the coun
try, and showed that we have a
President of eminent democratic
prociiviues. . L
These few points alone in his
record, amoig many sdiilar, give
4i 4 Via wYwI A in sTIpmpp a t Cltt a urn
W VU2 TTVAIU AAA V EtWeftlwH U Vl AAillt
AS3UXAKCE Of A HAN. To which
let us not forget to add, that HE
has FAITHFULLY REDEEM
ED ALL HIS PLEDGES TO
THE PEOPLE. While, there-
lore, we are, as a general rule,
in favor of "the one term prin
ciple," we are yet fully persua
ded that, in the case before U9,
our . Country CANNOT AF
FORD TO DISPENSE WITH
THE SERVICES, AS CHIEF
EXECUTIVE FOR ANOTH
ER TERM OF OUR GREAT
CAPTAIN A TRUE, INDE
PENDENT, HONEST MAN.
f Julian's Radical, Sent 29
In view of the statement of Senator.
Beharslsst night t at St Loots, that
someone had offered him patronage, in,
the name of the FresideBt, if he would
snpport the Ban Domingo annexation
scheme, the President authorizes the
statement that ' no ' one eter receiTod
anthontlrom him, either directly or
iodireetrr ' to offer patronage or any
other similsr inducement to any Senator
or his sappot of the San Domingo or
any other measure of the administration
Be farther expressed the : hope that
Bsnator Scharzrw ill print the letter up
on whfoh this statement was based, . - to
' the end that if any one has assumed to
gpeak for the President hemsyvbe ex
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Cel. Jen T.' Wood Short Ahoal
f4AO0 la Bis Accounts as Assistant
This community J was shocked
yesterday to learn that , Col. F.
Wood, late Assistant Postmaster
had proved defaulter to the
amount of 4,500. Out. of respect
for Ur. Woods' interesting and
intelligent family, who are well
known and highly respected, we
shall say nothing as to causes
which, led to the crime.
About the 15th of May last,
Colonel Hollo way's , suspicions
were aroused by report which
came to him affecting Mr. Wood,
and he immediately ordered an
examination of Mr. Woods ac
counts, that gentleman seeming
oonfldent that all would be right.
Special Agent J . S . . Beard, of
Bloomington, 111., and J H Popp,
of Biohmond, were sen) for , and
eonduoted the examination,. - In
stead of Hading any deficit in the
stamp account, ' which was Mr.
Wood's special oharg. , there was
found a balanoe due ' him. . But a
further examination! showed tha.
on the day of the examination Mr
Wood had deposited 83,000 to the
credit of the stamp account, which
was so auspicious that Col. Hoi-
loway dismissed him, aad appoin t
ea sir. jsa. r . rnontcson , in Mb
place. ; . :
? Mr. Wood was told that he
might remain in the office until the
accounW for the quarter' ending
June 80 were made up, to see that
justiee was done him. The bal
ance owing him; by the govern,
ment, developed at the first ex
amination, was held until the quar
ter's accounts were settled.
At the end of tho quarter;
Messrs. Beard , -and Popp closed up
- the accounts, and found a deficit
of about 1,500 ia Mr . Wood's ac
oount which heooull not explain.
The deficit was further increased
the next day by demands 'from
Louisville for 50,000 three ceai
stamps and 50,000 two cent stamps
and from Lafayette for 50,000 three
oent stamps in all ' $3,100 worth,
which had been borrowed during
the preceding quarter., Not know
ing but there might be other points
from which loans had been mado,
telegrams and letters were serit by
Colonel Holloway, but none were
found to whom the Indianapolis
office was in debt. . When the
amount of the defalcation was ac
curately determined. Colonel Hol
loway at once made it good to the
Government He is amply seour
edor the amount by Mr. Wood's
How long Mr. Wood ' has been
carrying on bis peculations is not
known, as up to the time Colonel
Holloway ordered the examination
of his accounts, not the slightest
suspicion N had been entertained,
and his accounts hsd always been
reported correct at Washington.
Pis manner of proceeding, was to
report in his accounts stamps on
hand, which were not in the safe.
When he learned an examination
was to be made, he sent to Louis,
ville and Lafayette for the stamps
named, and of oourse they were
oounted as stock on hand, when in
fact they belonged elsewhere.
When confronted with the proof of
his crime, Mr. Wood at once ac
knowledged .it- all. Yesterday
afternoon. Mr. Beard filed an
affidavit charging him with em
besilement, upon which a warrent
was sued for his arrest. He was
taken before Commissioner Davis
bnt owing to the absence of his
lawyers, examination was post
poned until August Sth. In the
meantime Mr. Wood is out under
The defalcation of Mr. Wood
was a matter of surprise and ex
treme regret to all of his acquaint
ances, and to no one more so than
to Col. Holloway, who had the
utmost confidence in his integrity.
For the past twelve years Mr.
Wood has been connected with the
pottoffiee as cashier and assistant
postmaster, and no man in the
postal service stood higher than
he. His reputation among busi
ness men stood highland his fall
occasions the greatest surprise and
regret for it.
-; We observed that a German
Ainerioan oitizen ' of Chicago
publicly refused an appointment
on the Committee of Reception
for- tbe french band. for the
.reason a" he said.4 that some
members of the French band re
fused to exchange the ordinary
L oourtesies with members of the
Prussian band at the jubilee, and
returned their salute with con
temptuous manners. The same
story prevails among the Ger-
.rman8 here, and is being used to
justify their getting up this war
.pint of European nationalities
on American soil. We, suppose
the Story "was pure fabrication
We do not fancy that the French
men-have any love for the. Pros"
dans; for France Is suffering very
cruel terms to aggrandize e a
military power of Prussia, ase r
considerable portion of her peva
in ces are .under Prussian ms ita
ry occupation; but we do not
suppose that the story : 'f the
contemptuous return to polite
salute is true. The story of it
was told in the same orres
pondence of a New Yor paper
that told, only the day ' efore, of
a scene of ' fraternizing n the
street between members c he
French and Prussian bands: up
on finding that they were all
Germans. This was an attempt
to disparage French musical pre
tensions and please the Germans
by representing that the French
band was composed of German.
It was just as true as the other
story. The New York corres
pondents at the jubilee devoted
themselves largely to invention.
These stories are specimens of
their art What is kndwn to be
true is that at a reception of the
three bands at Boston the lea-
of the French and Prussian
bands greeted each other, and
shook hands in a cordial , man-
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TENTH DAY OF AUGUST. 1878,
Between the hours of It oefojfk, s. m. and 4
o'clock, p. m. of said day, the following prop
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Lot number thirteen (13), in'that part of
wa, vur ws Bicamoaa, Known and designate
as James K.Dugdale'e addition to the City ot
Biehmoad. For a more particular deeeriptiea
thereof seteeiioe U made to the phU ol said
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ate in wayna county, State of Indiana, - -.To
be sued as the property of Nathan Doss
to sstisfrsassutions ia av hands, inmvorai
Ab.r" f"M- .ak wtsaosit reUof frost
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i i lilfllUUAAJT AAUiJ. .
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Its Cure and Its Preventive
BY J. E. SCnSSCZ, KB.
if aberaaii betas has eeaeea awarfarwhefa
thers wu no other nuon Iku Ik mmiAmi
m nan maa uMnpiawir pruvvn nnai os i
Those near and dear to famll
-sleeplns the dreamless slumber into wbiefc, bad
uwj ouiuijr auupwa ... v
DR. JOSEPH II. 8CHKNCKS SUtrUS
' end aritlled tbrataelvaa of his woadarfnllvssaaa.
I j. aluu medicine, they would not hare fallen.
ut. Huienea nas in mi own eeae nteeea fjsss
whercrer saBMeak ellalttr temalna, that vital
ity, by his medicines and bis dUeettoae for tnatr
e. to nmckanad Into whAfal tUot.
in uus stateipmt toarm u now ma;
mom. tha -.-yMU ut tba lnTalldto
ranraaantatlon On Inot a thouand t
etaetlsted hr Uwiam and visible works. Toe
tbaut-T of tu2 eai jVt Dr. Jefaenek's saeillelnee
Is aa simple as it Is nn.UllnS". Ite BAUosobhy r
quirea au axgair V 'ills self fd era ring. Self-oon-
ThaHaa-mtaa w. M.nilrakaPIIIaara tha
tnt two we-ns with --ch the eMM of tha
is asBaii.d. tw tnirds or tne esses 01
tiooally disordered Urer. With thla eondlttws
iglnate in drapepsiaand a rane
the bronchial tabes
atoBweh. They reond to the an
of tha liver. Hara loan eomea tha
result, and the setting In, with all tts
las sympiionia, ox
1 The Mandrake pais are eomposed of one of Ks
suta ne roaopounun reiiaimm.
i all tha blood-aearehlnaT. altaratlve
properties of calomel, but, mnllke eatomal, they
" IDEATE KO STINO BKHXXD."
Tha work of rare la now bednnlno. The vlila.
ted and muoons deposits In the bowels and In the
alimentary eanal are ejeeted. - Tne liver, like
a eiocs. is wouna up. it arouses irom its torpui
Ity. Tne stomach aets responslvely, and the)
piUsnt begins to fed thai be is getting, at last.
A SUPPLY OF GOOD UXOOPa r,
'htm Baa-weed Tonla. In ennlniietlon with tha
Pills, permeates and assimilates with the food.
Chyltneatlon is now progressing wltboat Its pre.
vtoas tortures. Digestion becomes pslnlssa.and
the cure Is teen to be at hand. There la no store)
nsui Wince, no exacerbation of the stomasJu Aa
appetite sets in.
novmnm ina nssiansnoa trurrnvr vrvr jw
riven oy an inauigens miner to
snek's PnlmonTs SvniBenmaa in to narf
lu functions and to hasten and eomptste the
enre. It enters at ones npon its work. Mature
ean not be cheated. It collects and ripens the
Impaired and diseased portions of the loaes.
In the form of gatherings. It prepares thsntTor
expectoration, and 101 in a very snort nine tne
oecapled Is renovated and made new. and thei
- - n .11 th ritenltw n TmtninmA vlffnr. Stan. "t
forth to enjoy the manhood or womanhood the
3 CIVKl TJP AS liOST. ,
The second thing Is, the patients most stay la a
possible to prevent taking old when the lunge
are diseased, bat It mnst oe prevented or a oore
room until tney get wen ; it is ajmost un-
ean not oe enectea. resa ssr ana noma oas,
ii.nl.ll. m .Vila llll i nl r9 .Vi A Mnn.n In Ik.
fresh atr and rid Log eat.
falland winter season, are all wrong. Physl-
elans who recommend that course lose their ee.
,'tlsnts, if their longs are badly diseased; aad yet, '.
pecause tnej are in wie sum wmj mot bus t
eit down quiet ; tney mass wsjk aoons tne room
as much and as fast ss the strength will hear, to
get np a good circulation of blood. Tbe patients '
must aeep in guua .piriv. ueiienuinea w s . i
welL This has a irreat deal to do with the aDD. '
Uta. and la the areas nolnt to oaln.
tSntv in'anotberV.Ts SSfS
aonal statement to tha Faei
xo aespair 01 cure niter sucn viaenoo ul ite
ssiDiiity in tne worst cases, ana mora eer-
sonal statement to tbe Faculty of nls own enre
was In these modest words:
Manv rears aco 1 was in the last stages er
eonsnmption; eonflned to my bed, aad at owe t
t iu i couia natnra
sonld notltve ' l
easflhlaa at ' S
straws. I heard of and obtained tha
wnicn t now oner to we puoue, ana tney moe
a perfect cure of me. It seemed to me that I
Sk WMA Kaaf 1
, could reel tnem penetrate my wnoie system.
They soon ripened the matter In my tanas, and
i wouia spit up mora wan a pint oc onsnsive
yellow matter every morning for a long time.
-At soon as that began to subside, say eoagh,
fever, pains, and night sweats all began to leave
me, and my appetite became so great that It was
withdlfflculty that I eoold keep from eating too
much. I soon calned my strenBth. and nav
(rrown tn flesh ever since.
-1 was weighed snortiy aner say recovery,
added tbe Doctor, - then looking like a mar
skeleton: my weisrht wss only ninety.
'enty-ttve (22S) pounds, and for years I have en-
ens weignt is iva asaaraa ana
iiiwnA nnintArrnnsad health "
Dr. Sobenck has discontinued bis professional :
Visits to New. York and Boston. He or his son. ?
Dr. J. H. Schenck. Jr. still continue to see pa-
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Those who wish a thorough examination with (
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in. these directions, and kind Nature will do tha
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Mian the ample instructions that accompany i
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neaittt. hunger is tne most welcome symptom, t
waen it oomes. as wui come, let tno aespair. i
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Boad from Fort Wayne, Indiana, to Traverse
Bay sad Mackinaw, Michigan, comprises in
Its fsrming lands every variety of soil, froaa
ths rich clay loam, to tbe light sandy, sad
. they are found in that section of Michigan,
north of the eity of Grand Rapids, and eoa
tiguoni to tbe great fruit belt oaths eastern
' shores of Lake Michigan, bow being rapidly
developed by railroad and other enterprises.
Tbe Piae Laads arssitaatsd oa the Mus
kegon Manistee, Fere Marquette, White, Fine,
Tamarack, Flat aad Bongs Rivers, sad lying
; twenty miles on either side of the surveyed
t line of said road, and are in the heart of the
Pine Sections from whieh Chicago is so
largely supplied. T . . .
f Faratlag Lands are sold to aetaal set
tlers, oa Credit, one quarter down, balanoe
ia yearly paymeots, interest T per cent. Per
sons desirous of locations for farms will, on
application, at tb Ofireo, ia Graad Rap
ids, be famished with Tickets over the
koad, entitling them to Retnra of Fare,
in ths event of purchasing sny of the Com
pany's farming land. For information about
yis lands, prices, location, Ac., address
WM. A. HOWARD.
Graad Rapids, Mick.
. - 40toGJ3.ACO.
, Attention Given to Snrgary:
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t 8TJRGICAI. OFFICE, No. 26,
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lion, Scrofula, Son Throat, Coughs, Colds.
AlBM hasd fetels.
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. ,aTBrT human being enured to the use of
'either a BOOT or a 8II0E, with tbe very
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last until they wear out.
;? ! ? hAT j oar Dle"ur" nd m wui
V iaot fail to get an easy Stuns- Boot or Shoe
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iwvat vaso xnoes.
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m A LECTURE.
Inst Published in n Sealed Eavelope,
"' x: si. -
a iiv. oiA vesu.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
' 1 'T.
71 1 .. Radical Cure of SpermatorrboaS, or Semina
1 . Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexuali
spebuity, and Impediments to Marriage gener-
any ; flnnonBH, vwnuuim, Jkpuepay
and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity,
.resulting fiom Self-Abase, Ac By BOBT
y.CULVBBWELL, M. D, Author of the
Green Book, Ae.
The world-renowned author, fa this admira
ble Lecture, eloaMy proves Irom his own ex
jperience Mist the awful eoneequenees of Self
'Abase may bo effectually removed without
jlsngerous surgical operations, bougies, ia
slru meats, rings, or eordiahi, pointing oat a
jaedeof cure at once certain aad etbetaal by
Vrhieh every sufferer, no matter what his eon
. onloB may be, may ears himself cheaply.
preve a noon to loouxaaos ana taowssnos.
oent under seai, to nay aaareas, is a piata
envelope, oa us rsceipii.isix seats, or
npe. aiso ut. vuiverwsii
price AO cents.' Address the
a rrn An. j.kline a m.
1ST Bowery, New Tork, P. O. Bos 4,188.
Itowtrd Sinltiry Ast4Iatlwii
Fer thsBenef sad Cars si lbs Krtn aai
VafortaaaU ,oa TriaeifleB of Christie
nilavaftawfkj. ( -
srseasvs tka Errors sf YoatSl
LCi aa4 tha Faille ot Age, in
o MaaaiAet sad Social Etils, with aaa
tar aid for the aflieted. Seat fra,t
sealed eavelopes. ., - Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Bai r.
CONFESSIONS OF AN INVA
LID, pabliebed ss a warning to young saw
aad others who safer from nervous Debility,
Ac, supplying tbe snsaM ov ssir era.
Written by one who cured himself, sad
I sent free oa receiving a poet-paid directed
dress, HATBAinai. Mayfais, Brooklyn
tU-om i -a, a, a", avo, .
O . H. V7o i o l f
p u r.i R r.i AK E R .
Iron Wells. Sinks and Irica
WOOD PUMPS, WOOD 8IXKJB, Ae.
Repairing Dene Promptly and Charges Bca-
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No. 10 Sonth Sixth' Street, Net?
Main, Richmond, Indiana.
-taT Every thing st arcdneed Price, Give
him a qsJl before going anrwhere else.
, ,XAJrostATCaUUtS OF
' AS0 DSAL1BS IN
Iron Prunps, Steam Valres,
FITTINGS, '. - r
T7A Ell ft BTEAtI FTPS,
Brass Goods, Lead Pipe,
P 1 VLTDO.J? XX C
Plumber's work at reduced rates
Wash Stands, Water Closets, Pomp
Sinks. Patentee's sole agents of
mpN WELLS, -
Which are driven and warranted
to work satisfactorily. Repair. :
ing done promptly.
' So ith Sixth street, near Main
BICHMOIf D,'llf D.
JAMES M. STARR,
Steam and Gas Pipe
Gas Office oa Main Street, between
- Peai J and Marion on 2d Floor
Gas Fistures; at Lees
THAN EASTERN PRICES,,
All work promptly done in the best and
most satisfactory manner and WaSSAxraa,
(L. Knopf. C. H. Knopf. II. Knopf.)
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Fresh and Dried Meats,
Bologna, Ham and Pork Sausages,
Ac., Ac., Ac
227 Main .street, .
fOne Door Eastof O. W. Barnes' Grocer,
zuee'4. 'is.uti. Kicamona.iaa.
; I2TDIAIT AFOLIS .
JJRYANT Sc STRATTOJf,
Bisica, lllaj rtJ Mm
A New and PracUcal System of American
Education. . Dr. B. T. BROWN, Pres't
For circular and particulars address the
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RE AT MEDICAL BOOK ofasemt
ClT knowlednw to all. Bent free for two.
Lumps. Address Dr. Bonaparte 4 Co, Cin..O
Hair Dressing and Restorer,
r- Xaiuiions say
Youx Druggist has it.
Time end enlightened experience
have shown that certain substances formerly
used and relied oa In medical practice, are
unnecessary and dangerous; yet some of
tueoe substances nave round their way into
medical compounds. Dr. Walker's Califor
nia Vinegar Bitters, however, contain nothing
injurious, being composed exclusively of veg
etable substances from Calilornia. For all
disorders of the liver, kidneys, bladder, skin,
ana aifcesnve organs, ana tor puruy ing tne
blood, they are the most wonderful remedy
Cheap Farms! Free Homes
ON TUW l.TKC OS mE
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
A LAND OK ANT OF
IS THE ...
Best Farming and Mineral Lands In America.
3,UUU,UUU Acres in Nebraska
IN TBI .
GREAT PLATTE VALLEY,
ea-ajRJDsrar ov i.'aa.ju wxia
HOW FOR SALE I
These lands are in the central portion of
the United States, on the 41st of degree
of North Latitude, the central line of the
great Temperate Zone of tbe American Con
tinent, ana for ginin growing and stock rais
ing unsurptHsed oy any in tbe United states.
CHEAPER IN PRICE, more favorable
.terms given, and more convenient to market
than ean be found elsewhere.'
f BBS HOMESTEAD FOB ACTUAL SET-
. TLERS. . :
The Best Locations for Colonies.
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of
- leo Acres.
' Free Passes to Pnrehaacrs of Land.
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet.
with new maps, published in English, Ger
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rywnere. . address
. . . O.P.DAVIS.
Land Commissioner, U. P. B. B. Co
M4wr - Onaaha, Neb.
p MLAlCiBsxbras, Trumpets, Ac; , for
vMand parade. At the old Maaafaota
143 Grand St, N. y. Cains A Bro.
iesily made with
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it i : i
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id to their sate w-t
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