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The Bayonet at Elections.
The somewhat serious asoect which fairs are assuming in New YorMandkx lyn relative to the new "election; law. see to require a brief examination of the itself, as well as the questions involved its execution. Section . 1 aliAgt appro July 14. 1870. provides in substance as lows : That in any city having upwards twenty thousand inhabitants, it shall the duty of the Judge of the Circuit Co of the United States for the circuit where in said city shall be, upon the application of two citizens, to appoint in writing for each election district or voting precinct in saia city, ana to cnange or renew said ap pointment as occasion may require, fro time to time, two resident citizens of th district or precinct, one from each politi party, who, when so designated, shall be and are hereby authorized to attend at all Times ana places tuan lor taa of voters, who, being registered, would be entitled to vote for representative in Con gress. These commissioners are to over see the registration, and also to exercise the same supervisory care on the day of election ; witness the fipunttflg of ballots, watch the baUot-boxenfctil their contents are counted, etc, etc. Iniis portion, though manifestly objectionable, is not so liable to abuse as section 6. which we quote in full " And be UfumWsaacUd, That in any elty hav ing upwards twenty thousand lnhebitirurs. It hall be lawfkdrr he Marshal of the rnited States of the (IWtf wberaha amid city shall be. To appoint aa manyssopjalal depsattes as may be nec essary to preserve order at any election at which representatives ItxCoxigress arm. to be chosen ; and. paid deputies areffcsHby. aotkopzed to tfjehtvel order at such elesUbis, lU tcsjfrest for Uyi oH Tence or breach of the peace committed in their view." A clause in what is known as the enforce ment bill provides that the commissioners appointed by said bill may issue warranto or other legal processes for thc-arrest of guilty parties, antrjsafe persons empa wired to execute said wafratits or processes majf, if in their opinrrttre emeigeircy- rnqtlrrea, summon to their assistance a posse comi tatus, and if this is adequate for the work in hand, the laad -and naval foBeea.of thea United States may be called in tical ettect ot these buls may be clearly uafl tation placed upon them by Males Marshal ot fhiiadelphi tion in the late merely swore to usurp the keep the peace, United states his deputies Marshal was governed in this high-handed business, by. formal, QwtroAions HIdlta Washington, de HHlie tht featuiei ft the case, or lessen the outrage an atom. Jny wis course, which, as he claims, is in strict accordancJgtl wdaVvw Qr press, trie city ot rmiadelBBaaiaa jBrtu ally placed for the time benvAflfe'dpso lute mercy of a Federal WH2wM by Federal bayonets, JhSfTOPWates Marshal, vrithxA- wiendtxt ' fiirtafoAs fYtanF the President, coukldacMe'lllBt cbitBMt ed a breach of the peace or a violation of good order ; when the breach or violation assumed the when it was nre upon me citizens. He was. to. ail ia- tents and purposes, as much' the ' military master of the situation as was Napoleon III. when he swept the streets of Paris with 'grape-shot and baptized the w .. , i. 1 i... I m 1 i ... as the Marshal's repudiated nor we are com meets the cabinet, am an example for guidance hereafter. Marshal Sharp,- York, is evidently determine same path, having informs us, sworn in ties for se November? artillery, whiab just now orde and, may be detailed to what the marines did in Philadelphia i and so the matter aests at toe present. To as sume that mat mOttedfftfi 'ia the; a shadow ffMUUibUtion'fn'Hhe Co tion is the sin stripped of th era them, nothing but the machinery of despotism transplanted from the old w orld, to the nevsngjjd m(etWgTf Qi( te rests of a party, as t hcv di there Jlje Ma bition of kings. A pSWflBWfch indifference or ignorance, fail to recognize this palpable truth, are anfit to be free;, and cannot expect long id retain the little free dom The prac-l taken togethef $W&a tfc inlerprel the United a, ana nis ac- eWci. : mi Ctol nanrge innKfoaavnef hot caned 4ffi hncearT VheHferhP! coup iOuf b the gOrVinSiient reer ' to (baCwVp-i tAavlt s to -fallow .UfP alKKrf.asibatolArittm redTTOm roriTT3edloea Jsl- York. i af I olt. law I toi- of )w jjias Radicalism has left them.-JbrwOMrt Sharp on the President. Grant, to be it spoken, has been lnterferfng w t te and local nol- itics of MispuariLaod has removed V. S. District Attorney Pike, for his nrenosed enfranchisement of the people. . Qratz Brown addressed the people of St. Joe, and was particularlysevere on the. JPresi dent for the part he was taking in State politics. Mr. Bro i 0Mtii t "He did not care the snap of a finger for the opinion of the Bseaddent in this ques tion of :n (Win! politics. He had been 'one of those wag hatL-Jhelped to. teach thtvj President m&t faet&n meant when 'hEJ came to MtjpouifHBp, dechtfing th-of rnis war meant tfl en Deration J the staves ne would fnp on hisnatnetts and; aban don the serjffce. He Itkwdud to teHeb him tbrther thareMom ruurh liberation of all wliitnicn of this nation as well as the liberatit of all th:e black men of this nation, and-iatnhe could not go back under the sptcions pretences of party pali. cy upon the freedom ot the. white man, after havia accomplished the freedom of the back mkh.' " This, it will be observed, is a confirma tion of whip was- charged by Democratic journals upah Grant two years ago. Then ituaicai politicians . and papers, pro nounced m a "Capperhead lie i ut now tl.ey take it up and reiterate it as a "Radical tngth," which reminds one of the old adan about honest men getting their duesw when a certain class nf jieople fell out. But one-of the unkmdest things after all, in Brown's speech, was the insinuation that the great Grant was sub stantially a nonentity. After pronouncing the idea of a President af the united States undertaking to influenctrthe vote of a sov ereign State as simply intolerable, he pro ceeded in thatbilf wiag severe and " dis loyal " stra&MlT' TftrJJsS " rtT " Who made General Grant ? and what was he that he should talk' in this wise r "When the war began 4 was one at the humblest citizens in the counUy, without voice and 4tftoVitinllince, who had nev er given dBMitopubrir opinion of the nation ; and by what right does he assume to do so to-dav Does he stand as one. of the accrediTed leaders of public thought? Does he stand as one of the men who has lieen identifi With the triumphs of free dom in the past Does he stand as one of the monuments that we have been accus tomed to look to for our inscriptions f freedom heretofore? If not. t hen l have only to say it would be wise I ud well, for -such men to leave the complexion of the freedom of this country to i he nch ie vement af those who have under-laken it and have accomplished it without i iterference on the part of thote who have limply reaped its reward." Facts Versus Fiction. The platform adopted at the recent Radi cal State Convention, at Saratoga, says that t . uring Grant's Administration the expenses t,f the Federal Government have been re duced. The record shows that the ex penses of Congress have been increased Expcnsaa of foreign in- srty pended during President Buchanan's, audjiic ?reaHent Pi erne's term. In hBfiMstrdfcn of this re party, it has lageniouslr a to reHeve tno wards hf tjrreoo,ooo ... mora experaMr for all purposi five fears - of EN r.itiA.1 Aniwit htnnrt 1 hnrr that itoa mti r'eSmmw force against the Mormons which cost sev eral millions ot dollars." e annual cost, to each individual. running tnauovernaaent during ocratic AdnUakt jjuren, foiK, fierce rce andBuchaan, inclu- aing tne expense ot tne Mexican war. was $1.75. mWleSJKhidivIA "11.75 under ' coats t.76 Bndei Grant. Withoahthe public debt, the coat of run ning the Government is twice as great to each individual under Grant as-.it was un der BuTthanan." Another exhibit of facts shows that, in 1869, foreign vessels carried 69 per-cent. of imports, andfio.pei cent, of thaaKorts of the country ; arid m 1B7 they carried 67 per cent, of the imnorts. and 62 Den cant. fyfJUM expo. ? la 1 WO rfccM vhssl Y aoout 10 per cent, oi tne Dusiness, and tne rest was carried on in American bottoms. 1 flkKA rwvt aauuwi vi ve memmea aiwjut: ami laneOT8iitensjty custtans, $1,000.000 ; oitaa i-fAfiownid ocue.i'ost umce r ..iir years anor tno t-nnlaaiinB. oi tn. penueawn7o,4T. an amount irreau 151.344201 than was ex the wlinlonf ' New York Express. The Republican Party. pting t Ue J) ratic vernor of tta. tks Republican HVTUt r 11 BviKWi and the least democratic in the world ; its ncy i-he rob while anted reductio btjfcs only accomplished elflvation. n doubles the two from the ollar to the public c is scheme of imposts is deliberately and craftily orgaqized in, the interests ef assbfKted ( atoil, 4d is asf;Airal, if tiH as Daroalfiv. a violation or efrerv principle of eqal ddtaiotrartjc Seewerwrntnt, In his letotr arce nominatiohiTaktX) j onn t. aTMiams says : ggnly rLcgl flracW--f T-lvwiieM, v pastern, oreanncipies ; it Mgby tbeKftfN decaj ttaMvMii of tRsatron is tin s Blfaii"ti ia mm lolt oefleAB - Th wasn cognsaeypwey at the sacng party, ay wfiich twyhuCdreg ' million? OT acreftot the peonTllbBsWpd lands hOT beankiven awatrW(hcorporatid&s We cunnbllttiMneme will wfe yarahentrjcir six: hdndiei mdlliWns .of lr tax avo paid. L nder the same sys tetn oar ao pmg is uruKco up ana' our shipyards are cloi o.MiL.iwi the mm land or jn ew the cost of th The Democracy, on the contrary, so of ing the past and frankly recurring to the principle of Jefferarm,lbow MuT tier lntnB to all whj) long for reform and press for-, ward to DedeenfUMrrT' To that - ea4 thfjWlVl mirEfilofoia-iiKidetSre ana equal tariff, conceived in no interest Gfaniversa1 tbfa tMMtOThe wbtde peo ple on all who kriow that a denreciated currency U a;WrsaW eeryhHR,Sult' perdition to the poor, and pp . tnJpemen uy fjf ' nuv cvrmpuuu is sapping tne fow&fion of the go-faramit, jonfghfii n by their Votes the truly "Democratic meas oMs of bard money, a rerennp:-tariff, and a radical reduction and reform, in the. ciril service."1 -:ig itt : ?.i;3 : milla n t fumooo arwf oo it tmrr r-1?Cat- oil ' WBdlV sb England toflonger 8JMa.es llhat its cumkuuM mm' rU-twaffu rdiasKirt)- MctM tiftrlnMUii a.rU.nA.t.l,. ErlmtWsV lfetnr Kif y.m4A TnmVl Ko IrrZIli, t fm lots to suit capftaMsts. Harvesting Corn. Corn cut in September should be husked in Orrtnhfr the pjim cru f k srr'H anrl iha root. 'due- tftreftilly iBjaeheddKBoused fir feedlngTn i ne early completion ot this work is de sirable for several reasons. It can be done fa aiore axpeditiously when the weather is comfortable than it can when it becomes cottier. Stopping to whip (me' a fmgera to keep the blood in circulation takes time, even if the discomfort was not a thine- to be inetationldjtaTu8hiaia. in leather mii-i u;ns is pot a rapid ,pr agreeable qperation. nesiaes. cero miowea to srarm m -t ne srju-n atet4 is tit to be hnsked fs always ihjnred.' x ne siacRs seine, some ot tne ears toueir the ground, and soften, if they do not Sprout. AVhat is wdrse, the fodder loses its brightness, and to a large oxteat ito value,"y standing id-the field cmrrn tlfc fell rafts, and not . '.infrequently an early 0ow prevents its being husked at all until tjle next ARril, which means the complete loss ofthe fodder and largely of the corn. IJst winter, thousands of acres in the imta of Ohio and westward, stood in the stack from Sentember to (Some of it Mav. andhe estimated-loss was enormous all ef wOiich-migbt have been saved to the farmer andhe country by the timely attention whkah we Suggest. ' The best, mode of conducting this opera tiorOs to set a cart or wagon within a circle ef say thirty stacks that yield a bushel each, and then, seated on a milking-stool, husk each stack, breaking as few of the stalks as possible, emptying the basket into the cart, and binding the stalks in bundles of a size to be easily handled with one or two strong straw bands. After the husking is done, the stalks wiU.be so much lightened that they can be readily loaded and taken to some convenient peace for stacking. A stack of corn-fodder will not shed rain well, and unless the tops df the stacks are protected there is no pos sibility of savins the fodder, if it stands long enough to rot, as the water will some times find its way from the top to the bot tom. Our plan has always been to stack the fodder around a 'pole, keeping the inside tue nignest, so marine: outts snail lie at an angle of at least ten degrees, and when the top is reached surmount the whole with a largo, bundle of rye straw, which, felling overle top bf theristack, turns the rain from the centre, and secures its transit on the outside to; Uif grouna.f J are scarce, the same erra may be real DV t . sticking a stake into the top of the stack. and binding the cap around- -that. - To do this requires a little more, lime than the old slip-shod wtlyj bat the .saving of the ioaoer pays, oesiues tne satisfaction of hav ing the job neatly and properly done. There is no department of farm-work but will pay for care, and it is especially needed in securing crops. It is the saved load of corn and the saved ton of fodder that makes the difference between the suc cessful and the unsuccessful farmer. Hearth and Home. The largest Bible m the world, that o Mr. J. G. Bell, a Manchester collector, has been sold at a London auction for 165. It a fine copyof Macklin's beautiful folio, eleven thousand engravings and outs illustrative of the text, and gathered from every possible source, the whole hand somely bound in sixty-three thick volumes. When is a black dog not When it is a greyhound. a black dog? USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE. 1 1 noSs- ,45 spnngvtMO same niuitt All plants grow stronger and ripen bet ter when the air circulates freely around thenvand the sun is not prevented from an immediate influence. QBPnant toon yourself; riding upon the shcHwal' of another is dangerous and. foolish. If you are not castoff into a dis agreeable place, you might be let down in :ct TWIfir -toil mgBv is to coat tnem , and then place them befd wax is absorbed; a can tlieA.be obtained e TniW-The I enuu uumne arj- ple trees fifteen feet apart each way. It says there will be no trouble for room for iaWWffTlPBwrls. the alternate trees may be removed. It be as a protection from sun and wind: n''J'llto 1ft' r"T " of Philadel phia, yuiim Me Ntaff Gentleman that a is nevar did better than last winter hey had the. following-, feed : fifteen of hay for each, fed ve pounK t mnSnir. noon and nisht. efcrht quarts of meal in two feeds, and four quarts" oi carrots daily. 1 he meat was composed of one part corn, .on&twheat and three of coarse TrrtB - Strawberries. Hearth and Home says fruit any sooner than if set next spring. In fall planting, we have the season In our favor, and can do more and better work. It is folly to set strawbeifcy-plan expect a come the in Octo Fat I TvrltncK trimi Rbafcbents. Wberituraed to jnotflS mnST nnv mviwinir trnr Instpnn trr ot p.ttinor tbemna tusmmt ths wins fa . K TT- ts . 1 w STntflmB on uxe autumn days, rakdathem together, and de posit them in some convenient locality, in rcadingtattrMfcllAidMfejgMuggested. PicJf ToBATcisJ-l) nl peck of green WHtoK; a4K eiM ontfhs and six green flPAersfl cuO UfenV W Bices, and spriiiHtAmAhkSiB Wt&JB them re main iWviinTHT. TIT me TribTmnir. drain off the iuice. cover with vinegar, boil five lpiautesftgain djain otL the kaaid to drh vilWrmsntatier1 add bhTJBpf Jug with mustard sea andSDtcea. nlace in a ie Jar, aNferjQOfJ sig Tjn.eJ for the Moarareniences cessive ferfailation of the softempi and peeli: the. outer skin (oeueciaUv between tfetfapptlcaudtf oF tn which the outer skin -for. -opideniiiB icon- into-a Kinu oteatner, witnout od cuntf MaM Baroun! iimK the piratRm sBTr pawee readily II A. vs. THE; Hooa A Oooo Bed ? Farm te lood Dy to th appli same grain t the r the on i comfortabl fkiud-hole, i 4r on soa able wilrpm the one case, add th weight at least twenty per cent, more than in the other. Qe. piaaaardandraj Elastic and Sweet Qid$ Goedcom-mon-glueis dissolved -in water, on the watpr hath, and ihe. water evartfiratpd down Wo a mass of quantity of gTjTSrnr: equaT in wfeignl tb the glue, is added, after which -the hasting is continu driven o; into mol ture answers galvano glue, for tongne, is made in the same way, substi tuting, however, the same quantity of pow dered sugar for the glycerin. Scientific American. ' Ax Irish STpw. Take; two pounds of .small thick mupon chops, with or without Ikf, accardinjjlMyonr taste y take also four pounds . of good potatoes? wtgher" after tBey re paredlice them thick and put a fxrtlon o.&theM tn at. fajjerln a season ttfe rnatton place some of it on the potato ,- cover it with another layer and proceed in like manner with .all, "aeervjng plenty of the vegetables for the top ; pour in three-quar ters of a i add when the Ktew 'Ounce of salt. Let' it simmer gently r tw:hours. and serve ft very hot. Whe en- tne- aaaition or an onion is liked, the;potatoea? ' mince it and stew it oyer J i K.NiiY Ward Beecher writes : " To bacco is the one best remedy for nil stings of insects. Wet it so that the juice ' shall start, and place it oq the place - stung, and in one moment you are all right again. Last season a little grandchild, walking in the grass near a bank, fell upon a nest of hornets, and the hornets speedily fell upon hlar. She was sadly stung in some eight or ten places. Her screams brought the nurse. k She, too, screamed. Everybody ran out of the house: ' What s the matter?' and ' What's the matter T " sounded from half a score- of frightened mouths. Tobacco was at hand. Little wads bf it wage wetted, bound on the spots stung, and in ten min utes the little girl was playing again, nim ble as a cricket." u nMv and EOp pf Tt aannw. .jjiaicrom win aofolrinl, hrlfcaier je set bMc AttrM irS U V lfewjBsWBs-IaBavBsr mftre good toUIWWM nerieaa ease IH anttMs and ,itva.pei18 of sametriM ol the tmWHgi a clean IlMKSrlbe other ;wnt oaawisagree- tvhiti tK mBs il BPired Mut rs am, pnnWrs' rUn, plastcoieaete.mbe weLJ reaav use DVTnoistenmg wim tne MeWi nentiey'ana 1, 1 Log Dams. These, in a locality where timber is plenty, are cheapest, and easiest to build. If the bottom be rock or other good foun dation, begin by laying, a large Tog across the stream, at the down-stream face of the intended dam; this you. will extend from bank to bank, by laying one log at the end of .another, having each piece as large and long as possible, taking care to clear away everything that will: wash out from under, and where hollow places occur, pat short logs across under, so as to give it a safe foundation. Then put short logs across ims, six or eight feet apart, their butt ends lying upon the log and their top ends upon the ground, tip stream from this ; you will, pow place another tier upon these, above and parallel with the first one, hut inclin ing slightly up stream ; then another set of short ones, their butts UDon the last tier. and top end upon the ground beside the flrct stream TKn.a rma h. a' shorter than the first ties, to admit of lay ing a smallish log on the ends of the first ones, and up into the angle formed by the second ones ,- you can now lay "skids" .upon these small logs, and proceed to roll up your third tier of large logs, along the faces. Care must be taken to notch them a little where they cross each other, to in sure their lying safely, or block them se cure with a stone or piece of wood where the small ends come. Your next tier of ties must be notched well down at the small or up-stream end, and you must proportion your two parallel tiers of logs and these ties, so that- the front or breast places is good to chink these cracks, as it grows and increases in such a place, instead of washing out. Cedar bark, pounded soft like oakum, is also good. Such a covering requires but little graveling to make it tight, as the pressure of the water forces the packing down into the seams formed bv the round logs, where it is not easy to wash it out, or displace it by any other means. J Such a dam is cheap, strong and durable, where there is a constant supply of water ; but on small streams liable to dry up in summer, and. allow the logs to dry, and heat, ana check, they vary soon rot, and are therefore not to be reeonimended for uch a situation. Practical MOUeright arid Miller. - Our Friends. Oru hr.mt frtpnd arr willlrjtr to loan us mono en is, or to placate us wim praises virtues ana abilities. Att tnese ti oaed from interested motives, an tiyes are rarely or never the io a wholesome and lasting fid revemwsa aivj so nttie. wealth so much to do with men's and when persons are on the lookout for themselves and careless of the claims of ethers, there is little old-fashioned steadfast t friendship to pa met.Twjth. The imae'sur vv4 jbut4i pifbstAadt has vaniAfedl lSn have their political Inends, their business friends, and friends whom they can ap to for an indorsement ot a no But the relation Invokes no tandMBSid gen ial intimacy, and may be broBh by any accident of pontics OS business. 'The truth is, that a good friend, hext to-a mtaA wi, fs' fee rarest, treasure & man can have on earth. His friendship is not the result of bargain and sale, nor the result of inter Changes of favors. It springs from pore and disinterested affection ; it is more ready to grant favors and to make sacrifices than nauxoaro- tation and without hypocrisy in onr good fortune ; it never envies our successes when pretending to congratulate us on them ,- it is afflicted bv our adversities : griefs and sympathizes with us in our.hopes in niirhnnM ana oereaveijx 'ms. it uejuois anu.rejiroves our faults, ami rarely speaks to us aT ur virtues; it. is besideour bed in sickness'; and is not "absent in times' of danger and distress. The society of those who have I saih friendship as this for each other is a PinSrtand a delight ; the communIoHbe taen is a sweet flow of confidence - try uworth aCBemes ofcnaaJ M One 'true goofffend lilfc thfc is all a man needs, and more than most men TOUT may pro suchuio tmdaTSBfc of tnendsnlp.. in eWPMbst for actions, It Shaves possesay. Exchange. m - ' " .; . KrMt as a.Medhn'ne.. . can be icut; -ot medi- ply fry eating nothing In which lard is an ingredient, using butter sparing ly, eatiig bJaad fVadl of unbylad flour, andnawang free mse -or fruit, SBpiciilry' ap eries, t in fact,-most people would be much better off if they eat meat, nouhhrfelhan oncesolttct a5ek, anfMiia'WhfJadd yegetableaaataar ;i yiaif TfPf. ? are at promowrs 5 njeaeasta, nantievers d bilious fjeiscs an- fed by UMng up bodfity heat of mid-winter m June and July,. August and September, and never changing our diet 'from the heaty meats1 of January. . An eminent French physician says mat sae decrease 01 uvspepnu anu HHous aflccrions in Parts is owhilp h lanteawed coBsutwtakm of aooles t a 1 friiit he. maintains -whu-h ds an admirable -nee- xentive and tonic, aswelf as a very "npni-j lFhmg ana easily digested article ot Mod. jUeNtaygaas devour on hundred nvtllons or 1 tnem every winter, suu we uu uui uuirn that these statements are perfectly ccefaJ In fact instances have come under mrxm servation, where fresh truit had an im mediate effect in checking bilious tenden cies in individuals, and we have heard of whole districts where bilious diseases be come prevalent upon the failure of the fruit f?mn TTrnTt omwerR mav. therefore, count ?ifecon.8tof Si " iiiouuio w raw OTuuoiuo auu-gmtwno. as tue neaiin-ging prgperuus oi ixuii LKi- Tjjk worst ' of dyssefeil curn HtBuftjpe aeaa Bag icine. Sim ' come known. Exchange. That Is the Question. X17 XtZMT "rW,- A TKAnricn in a western countrv in Can ada while making his slrfctsittb his .tcion- aaWssBaBat a " j-ia-i-ii-. int vwiiraiMO I rit witli nn , txuiiv 'iiryv wm.iDuut s . usva Vermont lady, who had taken u dence an the "back wood."' bhe school and- former teacher for criticism, and the old ladv. in speaking- of life predecessor, asked " Wa'al, master, what do you think; he learned the scholars? "I pouldnt j ma'am. Prav what did he teach ?'r " Wa a ha . told 'em this ere arth was round ; what do vou think of such stuff? Un willing to come under the category of the ignorami, the teacher evasively remarked : it does seem strange, out nut mem are raany 1 earned men who teach these things." "Wal," sasaMeftif tin arth is pMttir; and goes roflnd, wliat holds it,up?" "Oh, these lcameVl&n.AtiBMtigoertmd the sun. and the sun holds it up by vir tu of attraction." The. phi lady lowered hsr "rau" and liar vsv o climax re- llxmdedT W ajA, iT these high larnfeiaen sen the sun hoMs up the arth, I slMtld like to know what holds the arth up when the sun goes down ? ! Pbofbssor CHAOTiTkH,hsV)heTrii8-to the New York Board of Health, has made an anal vsis of the milk sold in that city, and comes to the conclusion that 40,000,000 nnarts of water are annually used to adul terate the milk of the New Yorkers, which, at 0 cants per quart, gives 1 4,000,000 an nually , or f 1 2,000 per day. Tbosb who have used and sold the Star Faucets the past few years say that they are the best now made. . io keep your elder use the Sipnomc. . La! Clkdb tl orsa, Chicago. $2 00 per day. (Ifone bttter.) Corner of Madison and Canal streets. pea readers cannot too carefully read the SdVertise merit of "Tubular Kerosene Lan teros." be lantern is really a wonder. Atlantic Montitlt. The contents of the November number are : Footpaths, by Thomas Went worth Hlggineon; The" Return a poem; Captain Kidd's Money, by Harriet Beecher Stowe; Highly Explosive, by Jane G. Austin; Experi ments; Fechter as Hamlet, by Kate Field; Joseph and his Friend part XI. by Bayard Taylor; Four Months with Charles Dickens part IT. ; Murines "Immaculate Conception" a poem by David Gray ; Traveling Companions pert fc by H. James. Jr. ; The Intellectual Influence of Mu sic, by John 8. Dwight ; A November Pastoral, by Bayard Taylor ; Mr. Burlmgame as an Orator ; Re views and Literary Notices. Published by Fiklds. Osooob & Co., mTremont street, Boston, Mass. $4.00 per year; two copies, $7.00; five, $18.00; ten, $3Qj00. i m . Oub Yousa Folks. The number for November contains : Chapter XI. of We Girls, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney two illustrations; Just Like Aunt Banger, by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps ; Waiting foT a Bite a poem by Lucy Larcom full page Illustration ; A Boy's Visit to Pompeii, by J. T. 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Evert SATtrRDAT, The following Is a' list of XtM splendid Ulustrationa In No. 44, for Oc tober 98:' The Song of the Sblrt; October, by Gavarni; Interior of Strasbourg Cathedral; The Famoua Astronomical Clock; At White Sulphur Springs, In Virginia ; The Globe Theatre, Boston Scene from Monte Cristo; Chestnutting; Pitching Pennies A Street-Scene in Richmond, Va. ; Sup plementAfter the attack. The literary contents nm fresh, varied and interesting. FlKUS, OSOOOO at Co., Boston. $5. t-0 s year. Wood'b Household MAOAznrR. " UV voked" ia-tha title of a story, 6y Nellie M. Soula, in the October number, to which tee ((tea of 1 1 0 offered by the proprietor thfi magarine waa awarded bytte committee. The -aifful depart ments of tijla number are (Died with tbe naual ra riety of choice reading matter. Xha Hounioki Magazine U fumiahed at the low price of 1.0fi a year. 8. 8. Wood, Newbnrgh, N.Y. Scribner lustrated magi well known and ruon't Maoazine, has It opens with a Ion poem, WrtrUod "Jeremy Train Hi(Drive," hy who is understood to btfthe ed AjaOdd Fllow," or himaelf. Dr. J. Q. Holland witbHttfrfaen rplrited HlntrallM: This is followed hjOm article on "The Bottom of the Sea," by 1. JUlwalUB clai"Llepeeu Illustrations ; A Day with Dr. Brooks seven teen ilustrations by Mary K. Dodge; Natasqua Chapters I., --If. tnl fH: by HaajBcT Harding Davis; Tbe Bondage of the Pulpit, by "W- ? Itymlftoh ift wicc Alone-HA. 1le of the abradDrbv mt. 1.1. 11 aVi; Ae4Byitin of (Job HacDonald, by Samuel W. Duffield; Fair Weather out a poem by William Morris; Wilfrid An Autobiographical ie'.leDon4ll Chapters L to V., with tionsf Toptcgbhe Times; etc. The p annoaaca MhaaCjhtentlon to make this f,jm,lk. nuuaxitnAn America, and the nnmner cerunniy.Koes a great way in mat tion. The Book Buyer pronounces it the "hi someat magazine in America." Published - Bjy Scrijuiib A Co., 554 Broadway, New York. f.'J.flCf- a year; single numbers 30 cents; specimen num bars, cents. . 'ta8 iSofcfcfe. We are xfcUei to tention of our friends and nie travelinc public to the comforts and conveniences o9amtk.t& - the Brippn Houne "of Chicago. The raf j imnaj been recently refitted throughout uWW&oSnel X and humor, us oaaskKcnerally, presents inducements waicb can e fonnd in hotels of thi best class Vti the co The proprietor,. M genial, and liberal H 8kinner i is eman. Iwbose v makes' the Brl'g a honm to au Tto may favor Mm with tbeU pa)roiag(). Teri, 9.5 1 ppr day.- bifTERiNTEKDENTS. of.Sabbath Schools send A to Y. M. C. Asb'ji, -Chicago, for sample ofJ Aaaln.-Chlcka. I nt .- . I ) . 'I' t. ,. ...Ml.. illn.lHIn.l Sabbath School paper publishetl.- Price redtocajdrt tsrajctw for 1871. VFb nave used 's Yeaat. Set ore tturedat Cbleaeo, the beat Be. Ir you do a doctor, he calls upon you some niero you take to a (1.0", besides times out of giyptucs upo arue store the doctoa's ten not hajf taMm alltoJIoM Imdiam Root Pills, wntclTCSlt BBBTSftsMs pivbox. Do you think the former the best, because you pay the t for Itr If you do, we advise you to use. Just n experimMttkatoTIs Indian Rons; jfrjja. ula DronQtBDceeT wv the most learned physicians of our country to be oest ana man Hovereai 01 tamjty F Morse's twtt. foot Pills cure Headache. r complaints, pagtsJOD, Uyspe larlties. aJCrTWHTTlTe out nD DlMn.aTjlve them SlrUB. SOB til all ai ana It mafia notireel well'vrl.er.d tbr foffamyi'inaf treadache I I r. nf -1 1 In I That Is the Question. Spread the Truth. Sails medtcal.mcn inatetttatU is isdlgnlued to advertise a remedy, however valuable . it' may be. ueer reasoning thuj- lalike saying uiat an ar ris xlilrh tKuhrlntnaBSlihnnld CT hi1 in a ror- V'"1 VeaWlts ablaagngs may be too Widely duTused that the means or protecting ana reetor Ipg h'eiita .hoatdibe rVaaaa)laonopljye.nd nAacrt ttlain that; It Is invs. Supee Hostettfrti j nervons debilitv had never biliousness and Mmmat beydhg tMreJrsMaMrhr wJr.KrVasmThave bfleathe cofiseaiiBBB.? nKesl of curing ana invigorating millions, the good effects atlnir millions, the eood effects of the preparation would have been confined to a comparative few. There is the highest authority for saying that light should not be hid nnder a bushel : that whatever is excellent should be placed as a city on a hilh. where all men can take cognizance of it. It is upon this principle that the The western nemispnere, ana mat tne spontaneous testimonials In its f.vor have beep translated into, all written larAraases. - Thdrrsands ehiov verfeet Dena-J nril wrnfrt far and wide. Suppose profit nat been respen-Trorn thkrjaibUctty. Is thnt any -argument against it? If the public health has been protected; if lives have been saved ; if the. feeble have been strengthened sad the sick restored, great ffSBBf Ass been iicc'itruiht hfi:, and who so mean as to - grudge to exertiohsniMlrected theif fair reward? t F TTs mure and vet the .ennlne. Cnatiy w hat In tho world. Mary, are you golnr to do with Plaatallon BltUrs tli vajre Everybody that I know la la ecstaey over fiaoiaion enters, an i I urn koiqk c J ineia mvscu. ISl' n agur. d to? several el my rrlepd. that me Hitters with that care mvraBVVBS, puu nb iob n a. ' tiuic utj hwbj tnerrti'ie nana a ini(.b you Know l am at want Is a to ic, and that 1'lantatioa 1 ne aoawr mm in r.im u mj. mnu Biaers is MM that ( : can ne eot. n be rot. i ih-nu. s sy it is last the th-nic my dear and it is uui 1 uau tot thought of it before. b aVa take delight in relerrlng our afflicted frlonds to any drug store where thatmos' estimable medi cine. Dr. 8. O. Richardson's Sherry Wine Bitters, can beprocnr .'d We ad ose our friends to use it, because we know its value in curine Fever and Ague, diseases common In the West, and all new i countries. It should be kept at hand in every tamliy. &oio oy meaicine a caters generally. BgMBIaaB Fartoe from norslzlah Moss, for Blanc lfanae. PnddlfkB, cheapest, healthl s lea orli tand mjsfeplou 04 thei uui Bros, (.resin, eo. no. RAILROAD GAZETTE. The Railroad Man's Paper An IixcBTajiiarj WaaaxT Qcaivro Joubsal, ot TwmiTT-Fona Fa.eae, Dtotd to I ITev ana Lave. Operations. iw ineering. Mechanics. 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Please send tor full catalogue of new boo"t b. HENRY HOTT. No. 9 Corn hill, Boston. VT Sena for Catalogue of a" her new lo kt ftemths tli prist manuscripts. I A to to foB Hunra "Dakota" stow i HlMW l.&(?a llsHaasKZ V . SOI-Btaiaaunl nflHBaHKs Twmmmi MmtBI 'm rm mmmmmw! elm. lent drnn. Idcmm of tipatlon, w nd col e rUarrlaa. x.4i otMr cms a carDiuc iukuudi -kji inn ktvhbm: muui bk- .all Lnt is needed tOMMntlMftiulir mj or 'he n ordered orsr&n. Is n doce or two o' in iiir'i RrrxmvascxKT Bxi tzir amioht, ine most deiinon- maa Djasiiew lennracfKMie no aitcas taaTfflffiit4btile fidnv' tdhnoAt rm r st. and immdlatelr r 1 eves tbe naatea whien ore! Li A Goof (fall T(W just What is waittId ? 7 TO CURE A nTTT? At) V- tJJJ r VA-AJ-X-C7. The ttlebrated Mttr ktvAm& Bvned j tor ttkt cursor Jaundice, Genernl DeMHty, pnd aU Dla- Acidity of ippevn nat of or th-? low nets rPV.--r-. : : i ' i',.) 9i ' ril: ftlritrttfai,dy?,- alsaai J ' I , tLJ J.F, 71' . r : - II , J ' STaVaxaK. Stark t3o.. ofclo. fnnr 41. Sobjb time since, Lisaalved a lot or a. Blcbard mgyo7r,?.rlMl3fT?n. veer. iminK 1 tnaii hopsj mime noon. mrmmlmmmtmWMMA. mMmmmtl ' Our af fe gJWT A MlgftO. . t B - . mmt KMJL " ' Sold by all OrngglsU snd Medicine Dealers MP i OYMEHT, Llaht Work, Good ray. Sell inc pc-.-uiar luuso-atea dcoks. For particulars- wiu scamn, W. rVESXNEB, PabUabel, Cblcvo, m. A fJFMTS W, jra. pt clmen SERKRAT. HO"yS MALI BX TRACT, BgVh dlgcUon . It ll7ecoiBr' me b. oo ! rip air coivtrwa into cnt Mmn Sztraec po; memm oou rtdei ' 1 nnoaat of noax IsbqifSDC. 3rd. It mpmrmmmm Diljuwr. t mUamtaxkmr Miebofly, ftadti, 4:h, fliiBvlfy tra'e to 1U name- s.mply UmU Kztrctv ' tiJ I AllKAHT OmZ LU., J7p Wl IHJtl WTCV1 Btaslf . Y., tfflLmM nUKN M FOK UhlTID DTATIo, WTO. IB Kverv I iiv.aVtfll4fllMfrh'. Klfantan1 dignified em'sMymmt li which larite prbfiti are anarantead. t ul i paKtcalj sent by return of mall. Ad.-ress CHARLES D I. A KEY, Publisher, 151 and 153 Monroe Street. Chanaara.- ' ' ' October. .870 J. & P. COATS' BEST SIX-CORD IS KUW THE OKTIj Y Thread put up for tbe American market which is U X-t'OHD IT no iir ill t it units, From m ino. o to a a. luv -ina usive. For MacHine. PECTORAL I.XR Cures COUGHS, CEOUP, BRONCHITIS, COLUR, ASTHMA, IXFLUE'JfZA, HnarwnMig and Incipient Consumption. Bark's potoi. KLXzra kaa rapidly woa the favor of patients who have triad It, alU also tbe patroaasja of tne medical faculty in every section A the c ud try where It has been Introduced. Ho remedy aw the ltuigsana tturoat ever discovered stands so popular altar once usee as tins preparation, it is i made under tbe supervision of Mr. T. H. Barrt on or me oast practical chemists In the State. Tne SBoaeas which has attended the use of thl remedy tor the past six teen year, where known, has Induce as w maka It more widely known tor the beneat ot the sntsrtax. Let the afflicted si- e It a lair trial, as we are cOnfld-pt that relief and permanent cure will be 'he result. Sold by all drugzla s In the section where this adver tisement Is published. lshed. in ft Tiny certiorates of remarkable cted srin be seat oa appilcauoji. or ind accompanying each bottle of the ST. a. Circulars cures of the adBlcti they will be found accomneuytnx The RLixra la pleasant to tate, sod fcfbeOx and els, gaatly put up In hu-ae bottle, at OVM IXILLAB E ACHT. T. H. BARR A. CO.. TAteeVrV. PM-.tnr.l IBi-wW r- FTJLLEB, FINCH 4t Fin LKR; LOUD I Hold in h cahu ax wnoirsaie n VAN 8CHAACK, KTKVHft lOH KKU 11 A BDRALL-, K. B TOLMAN AKIN A SON uuv m i In MILW AUBLKK by ' KICK RKISINtt; DOBS iMRN a SCrxMLDT : SRtn m BUTTON. In ST. LOCI8 ov RICHARDSON A CO. -. COLLfWH nnns And tpronghont the Sorthweat ttfj all Druggists. ! We aan lafarm-a.l t ouar man who earn ft nd it ssry to travel. 1 u chare nac4a aaea- s, bow they ea do so without money. We can Inform tn.rn bowln anv town or city the. can ma. a a good, comforta'ile living without capital, and neve need to set "Baam or-;" and 10 those who have a little thi ws can tell on bow you can make plenty of money. If you need this Information send o.-e Jjv lar io CLEM. K. WEoTBKOOK CO.. tO Morgan St., St Lonts. Mo. IITJIIOSTTV a tl" and MO C bUl.Bent aa a curl Tity tor so eta. Ha Jones. y7 Sat Blook. Qaeaax. Ini-kstUctt (Ske on both Sid m.) and Is rWl. SZSrhmbest andekeaneSt.ainUy yw S?bln the mark t. " Address Jfarf-f- nurgh. I'af. Chicago. 11L, or bi. Louis. Mo. wT; will p u acicnt.. salary of tsr. per week or allow a large commission soil our new In entlons. dir. SB a 1th stamp son ou J. W. FH KK A CO., Marshall. Mich. elrta aeiritt tt.t the world I1SJT rnloetOrBd with o. rnoliBVIon. bMomw. en aVBUAJlTCr Mr flU BWT MMm sut u arrtTrr rr m r-a af that .aaaat'. MiilESsTlfcaa oltnw test ST a.MTiJKsir res Y ink. ' Bn - Hand ' and l?ir lATftB Xlll il II tinn ana m a MA ldSWW It WHAT ARE THEV? f ? IS 1jrlHM X B J a-" ssw 1:1 i I Kmmm purc ui. - -rKw . i era." " laatorer.." a- that laaa the BkM)er en te I I from tue-totira Roou illaaMBBV tMpjntt.ftr I 1 -r.Tr. l 1 from all A.cohollc Stlmulaata. Tley aw W 1 I OBBl Uujnn PITBI'IIK mmd A 1.1 PK 1 aat rBBtoatpg the blooaAo a healthy eondWloa 1VO wUbs given for aa Incurable r.aa itprovaaea as bones are not destroyed by mineral jetton or vital organs w Basso uynpa vbbi tl aTttaLl. tj mm Chronic lib r nan - 1 shv IMIaBBiiBna. J BLiioBa. RetnltJUt and I mtc atcrtnl tl eni Fever , V?u, a V, VIMaVj. -I BStliuiJ vlilr.h la mBBr&ll y prod nerd by t ana. riri ache. Fain In tbe Shoulders, Congns, 5 1 est. Dizziness, SasjrXraeJMtoajf sjuCJMJhMbbihw taste In the MiBllW AtU.t; rt70BiBUn the Heart. Innara-haafc al Che La.a, Paal la Bne) reglous of tne KldiasyS, and a handred ether palnfal rzZuzsz . to. frjld llrer and bowel fflcacy in cleansing tha blood of all lmpaUM, an-a hnpartia new life and rigor t imSdt KotcbM. 1 asuilai I l Scald Read, Sore Eyes, I alaajtch. Scurfs. Dlacolorattona of the Skin, 1 H 3 flal-fl ght-easorttka -wlL--t!.Aw--BBT-SCs&-' "" ! SX taha VJ stated mrtefl . tniarortUes biirtlntbrelvl lions or s-ores ; cteahselt cn youtlnd and sloggiah In tbe veins i oar feejBTasjBrwlll tell j tli of t ass otrealar around each bottle. Prtafd la foar una- -smgllsh, German, J ' WAIaB. Proprleto mTV? j" Bl-Mn WMWW 9 M 9mrmWmWM IW rar-BOLD BT ALL DBroOOISTS AMD ITS II BL00MIN8T0N NURSERY. 0OO Acres. 18th Tear. 10 Crcsnsfc ssasa. Fruit aad Ornamental Trees, nursery Mnvk, aTsr- iraaasi HootaraPa, H fat Who'll uroru. Lines, Col er aw i . Pri n. in To Of m.my r la a Oasa- k-Hollar, 80 IQomAmM Osaoaatratad J3 Tamil r DTE L0HS. llvr r W the rr.nl t Ql e'l'iM e in lur omm mem an ntnsss boss "Th-y sr.. th brti--ta akwin la Waarsy m s than (ha Dqaid JaVat Blaeksand wTjni(ad - ass rrss lUs.i qu.4 Mr f eonouu.Dg no u itro i Jsr SBe s.msfArlos. Ora6a,rs i. n t n r of DOSt-reTaa recall I ertion tin tnsj are noi .er sals h mm stnt lor Pirtv c n t small pie e mt the mater i yon i posta a ta m u.r p.m nii ron ' . Colors for sale b . Dm r rials. Oa i feelers. I . ) l BUT. kaor Ui I ma m MANi.KY IKjWK, ProjXr. Csnd it BHtrrnp.1 asa. wm ano via I 1 : r. Ms lar la: II S8MUS. VKR aw93s00 sold last year; demand this lisassi orrtkBiaFlVK TITlKSas heavy. TbT great saperl- rity of B Tabular Is set tled. From leas Oil It glvsa twlrr the llrof SB) Lantid: tU Olol y other Globe is eked leas in a moath thaa ethers are la da erea laa; It savea aaeagh la Oil filobea to pay for Itself la a aiaala wlater ; It cannot ha jbM t heat ar take art as an anawr KeTDaeae Lantaraa often de, and h aee lass ran OS mea (ire It their unqualified approval. It la aa sat aa the heat Lard Oil Lantern, aad gives three ttassa she Ught st 0sfta the cost. Wlad aad saatl Improve Ha haralag. Few sals as all sisisr.. ada by CHICAGO AJfTTS CO., Chicago, 111. ' K90CH MOKOAJTS SOWS' vm. Is Better and Cheaper tlaii Soap. Terr-IT. Wholesale la Obtjoasm and sr. Louis by Drmf flats and tsrneara $10 sjw tggy Oee th Ms. CS.it-i Jfcaw. ooilobns HAHNB8II. lea!B!riie-s. and In evrryj a HjJT i.SZ., ... u k rMtTrrtakt stlowTSS rasas. . works of the a ssi ntnas as . CBBBssaaa. Ask your FraastarB Vln ibb 50 tents to $5 per evening at We are pwiHWwJ to nu-n tw prd lisui and WorD'n t tir ftOtSj. B prepared to fum sh proanaiM1 1 Worn' a at taair hosaea. Qua mivS lortalit V thin Cn1 SproSafe ptraiiaSwoSSd? Bililaaja at iiiint ti iav. E. C. ALU ok Cf., Augusta, Alain. WeedFtOTily FavoriLte As now pas fee tad and manulact arod try Ots v, asm 11. CK. of Hartford, U the bast and laoat reaabla FAMILY SEWING MACHINE Foran kinds of fsmlly work la asa.' Wsatcaabta Ageata -mr.y-1 'n J . - j- fsf' rr tbe trade, tend for price "at anu THOMAS, 1B1 i aae.-.. Agent asr ftat Ma0t- ft. BBBBBB waarv T" r" iJLYiVimjSSk, IT on as n It 1. fool. mmW) KBRI8EKE .TERN. ILaaaaaatwir rVl 0ba at.' i It Ufa. "viiV Ba Home! ..who