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The Gouverneur herald. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1873-1880, December 11, 1873, Image 4

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Vviiii.* twptaiu u*«ar*i u f that ooiuuj v as a*pxiv*<i vf •**• |M»*/«r u» Mi *eul* m«» «»fo». ol in* •aiMHio** At Madrto wuioa See partain- •a io taa oiBoe «IU«H» lata* Tha IrquN'^im. e**au»eor Aiu«fi< «n ait * >us, watch ua<i ba«fti |u« t4U«« of luu« ftut! ir«gii«iil o«»i re*iH»u«i*uo«, w»i* uru*r*«f l o to* i«*tor*d to ita«*r owucii. • •1 itioa libwal *b*|Ni war*) taken lu t\« fao< uf t|oi**t o$»yo*ltlo>j «tir*)«it*<l bf tsj* reaetiou • if eia»*U«»hl«f* of lfa**li*j WHO «|» VJtUlf •c.iviug MI -c«r in* ««.*ro« «'/ Ideas wiiioa b*« l«ilUiU«l*«i elatsir in OUI i*l*ttdoUJ. tJubu trlftlj 0*o l»t**J, Uu**i pltf, hr»w*v*r, tbls baneful I n flit* or* b*\« KU« **» till 4MNHI* <t •!! tl«tf>* 111*1 |4i« I flftlt It *>f *i| l.(>. IM| anuria * U»*0 III Hp*IU to *boll*ti aiavsry IU (ub t, *u<t m |»r aval* i lit** ib* pioin- i** i uttuim i n tbat i*ia*#d. To* eiru*ai* for |iuHt<o.«i aupr#«u*oj (MJlliiutl**, lb* pro*«*t*ry autl SMSKHH *ti^ party Hi t ts«*e l* gradually • Mftltflllliff tta«lM\ IIMMtfMUU t4H»l*Op«a Uii% tihtr *\< ( Uaflanoo of tu«t boitMi ffoveraiaaiit. Wltli* ll 91111 IU4IQl«ll>* » ilUlUKMAl OOll 11*4)1 l<»ll villi in* ff«|Mn.iui III tha ^inuftula; aud fti in. iif li ttviar i»n>«c and <J«rvtti« taa authority of Hi* ii.»ui«i(Hiv«fijiii«»t whoiaver su«u usurpa Hun <M «l« fl4••!>•• tcuiit lu tua diraotiou -H***<on IM of ill* ma'utaiiatie* \I »• nun A |MIW«II lu MaUiit ftua itUHiguift«i uv iht» «OVI IIHl«Hl. |f>u« *» «trtm#ni m«f# <1*W***»ti« t o d«i> HlHMMl (I IH4I f« •IftlllMM b.»lW*»«4l «Ut>« Mini Ul»mti t\ •«• Hiiti wbiott Mii|»irt»<l tn<l inrtiiirti- |i«in *•! Vai*. an •h'lit.iil oin»«i««vt to «r* tn I • <.r <iiiM«r ifinii on«fiii<% i*ml m»«!•*. wiiti u<» u» fiti «ili«Mia »ifi*»i fi«N>i|i»aj. ooiiilU^uniiiH no •* in I>MIMI « IM K«IIIr(>M« tirr»»i« miiiinif to riVoi §(||| tfii oiuff tlM* ••m« *!»• or tlAVMrv »IMl «U *»«iuit. iint imro uimir ol tuo •IUIHOIU* of >wnr MI t:«il#.t. Mini. uu«1«r yru<««*»oi»« of kvw ally in itio MiOllifr ooiiulrv. Ml r«»»Ufttni|r HJM t««ouio«i« of i it* (tlftiul *u<l l« ifoiiitf mo KM tun b • t« ftl WIUIMM Willi IBO#« |.IHlCipl«»«Of )U«HV6. «.MU,.i*'«iv iud ol rtnoi «bioli jfi** uobiluy or « iiitiiiclor io * twpyblio. In uiu inici«<*i« «»i liiiMmnUf. *>f olvlIii»tlon tll.l <if ^IUMIO«I. If l« !«• IN I lK»|M»«l IH4t IU»««V1I tuJuMui** ui«) •IMHI b« «%«iri«<l. Hull O i oi* >IMI»4>«. It I» THK VIHOINII't Tb6ftt0*m«r Viftfinlut «M. OH tb* ?<itb ifm *f »;#>|ifombi»r. i»7i, i||ii r r4f>«t» r «i(] at th* nort •if N«w Yoi*. «* M oan of In* o<Hoiu«-roim itc% rlio of tba If. H. On IhH 4th of 0«itob4ir i*T0 h4*i«tf rr<H>lv«<l fh#* <o»rtifl«t«u» of brr r«im«t««r In tin* IINIMI ioic»l form. «ifi« #allml from th* pott «»f N«»w Y(»iH.«nl h«« tt of tluo^ bm«fi with in th« i«rrt(orb»l )iiri«4lhiion o f lb* l/nif,*1 n./i»««. o„ th* mm d* Y of <»ntoiNir U«f. wtnir •aihiiiT uti«|rr lh« (Ujf of ih<* Ifultod Mur<«, on • h« bl||h •«%!••. «ho *«• foroihlf iriKwl bf thn Up* !.'•*> iiiuDoftl I oi hailo. *w<1 KM o«rnr(» lot» th* |ioic <»r P«iiCi**o «ic» ('iibi.wlifrt mmir of b<ir |oti«4itiffftra and or*ir w«iiti liibumaiilf. mill «o f« r a t (ra*t a * r«lat*« t o tl|i»aa whu X <luf pi <><«••• u r |«w |»iit to ilrai It i« * WAII r«(-hiii,h^<t piiticlnla, a^a^rtnl T»r ina f;iiit«nl Hi«i«*« fnifo tba iK«friiinin« ot <lraa lt#ltaMi «n<l otiior fii« r nilnia iNiwun, and • t tail i.v tin, Mwnaia MI i% i«molutian naaatfii una >iTiuti«f f on ihn IStb of Juut IMM that Aiii«iloto v<'«oli on th. burh a^aa m ihn^ of i.t*»« t*. 4t Mir tha Atu^rioaii flaa raoialu under I»M' |oru*lhitHin or itiAiiMinn? l o wh|oh they bah.r.g. an I lb^i«r<>ro atif »tii<*tlou. nioiett^ Hon MI <l«KHiitinu of <«ioa vaaaal bjr foron, or br • b# n f f ibiH-.o .,r for^a on tbapart of a foroi#rfi |u»w*i. U in i1aio«atiou of Iba aovarai^uly of Ihn |f|ina<l Htmaa. Ill -r* onta r * with ihift nrlnatpfa Iba ra«tar atioii of Uu ViraMihia ami tua •orr«tiMl«ir o f tnf» «ui vi roi« .,f hai jt**a««o*#ra and oraw f anil a -Inn t4»|.«t«itoii to lb* fl if. and til* ptlhlah iMfMit of th* Miifhoiiitaa win bad boon aiilfr of ihn ill*!!*! no(« of no I* or* war* dnmandfwl. I la MI> M IH«.» «.iy#i ntuniii h«l r<H^iafllta<| lb* |ii«ili-« .#f th* diMiiand. and baa arrwttftT**! fu r ii.» imm^hrt| n .| f | tVH rr of tba raaaal ao<1 for ifia •uiiaiiiiar of tba •urnvort of tba paaaaD r «f and oraw, and for a •alula to tb* fla*. an d to |i .»<>« *.fifi M a looliloaj to Iba piiuUbiuant of thi»*« who mar i»a i»rorr>i1 to bavf> tnvan «ml(jr vt ill«ftfal motm ol •t<lDii*a hiwajdi citliana of II a th'iiad fltataa, and 4lao towartla Ind iimirr ttitf- iho.a who m«r IM> tuowu |o ba «utitla<l to lailan iniv. A ro(iv of a poito*oi of a oo»farwnoab*twa*6 th«* Mrmaiai r ur Niat* and tba llpaiiiali Miula- tr>r in whioh th* latina of t|iia arrannaiiiaol wrra ng ( «««d to i« «• auafiiliiatfl barawitb. T.*i« ron*«|«<mlaiMHt on thla toh|aot with location of tit* U iiii'il Hiaia* I n cnpbnr ami bjr oabla a<*d •«< «^u ihw vnrtrtoai'ou ol tn* actual tait of iba aorra«fu>iiil*n«»a. It baa a**in*<l io tna t o ha mi* i* lha Important* of Hi* raaa not to •ohiuit ihia foira«|M>fKlaooa nnlll in* ao^u i *(• U»i i OMII (N* KIO« iw*d bf mall. ft la ot- I^ata4j tboitijf an«l will 0* •ubmittaxl when ra- a^iv«d. In ibinc 1«are of tbla itibfaol fo r th* *r*a atii. I «>»ti to rrii*w tba aipr*a«lon ol my ooir %ir|ton that tha **iataoo* of A^nnan *lav«rf lb lob* la « i»rttioip*| oaoaa of tba lainaiiiaola a«>uiintofi of l»»a i«lau<l. 1 do uoi iioubl that H'IHIMI ftiiar** wub tna tba hop* that II will <odl«app*ar, *od t i) folio of ii4i aboliiiop aai paaoa and 0«»MII tin roaUa pioafM-f itr nia I io. * nbaf-MUMi* of Atiianoan aatata* la Col.*, «f natty to Amrtiaau oliiaaaa <1 a two tad in no aot of b4»4i.|ur t o th a ftpaotab no rani n.«-ui. iba fttuiNlarifiii o f priaouara tak»u wltb ar»u# in ibair namU, and Anally tba napturo iifon i»* uitfh »•.*« o^ a yaoaai •atlln*- undrr tha Uolt^d Atittaa flan 'nil oaartog a 17«ijf«a itniaa r««ifU'ry baa oiil'ulnatad io an otiibuial \I itfoatioti Uiat baa aaaj«jia<l for a tiuia to lb»**r«<n war. IVndina iiaaotfaiiimt bwtWo#a |h« Un!ta<1 |i«ir* A«I iba *o*«itiinMIII of upaio ott tb a • niilari .f thla captura^ I b**a autbonaad tba Mgiainr of tbt N*vt t o pul our DNVVUIH W*I tniitln*-. IO tba as taut a t laaat of taa au- i|i* atiiMinl appinprlatioii fu r lb at branou of tfm •OITU'H, MiM'li-tf t o Oonirraaa an«l tie IMIU'UI u[>ui\n of iba Aujarloau peoolo to in ilfy my *otinu. Awnm-rf frorn tba taliAii o f Iba ln«l Can- fi*4# • MI uMjtiiitf a Oouiiulttaa on TriyiJoirot ami K , «ti«iiia to prapara and rapurt to tin* t oiiMt« •• a ooiiatliottonal aniandmaot l o pr o vhfii i« loMU-r no tiioil <>f atacitlna: tba Pr*»«nlriu ami Vim Tiaaid'Hl of tba tJmtad fltai^a. ond also tiiMo ib* oa^ioaaitr of «uoh an atnouduiaul inot 'firta will bo ftynmilla^t to tlia ftilutr- l^tfU IIUIM for ratiflra'lon «uob an tuioruvo UiOui In Mm < uitii ii niton. 1 au'caat two otbma l«»r yonr aan«ldaratl«'*fi: Wift. to «uthoi!s« to*» Kiaoutlyo to aiMToro of a*» iinii'h of any inaa^oro paaalng tba two II<IM««UJ of < ^ iiKiM^a a* hi* judcioaiii m.iV itio '»M», wild.>ni . potovni* tn a wbola, ilia dia ap|irovcid |ioi lion or portion* t o bonub)<nnd •o th* funio nilrt n* no*/, to wit : to 'H> totnr ftt\ hark to ilio IIOIIMI In wbioo tba mriisino or ia<<Mfttu«a orluinitta^l, and If pa«aod two thtioa v«»t* of Urn tWo IIxmra. (linn a. ma a hi w w if IMIIM ihn approval of tbo I * • * ftl- ^*n| I w.»u<d add l o thift that Ibaro cbould IH> UO log «i^tt<M. \*f t'onaraoa ourii.fti tb a I I«I. tw« uty t«oi hum* of ii a •Ui|o« atoi>pt upon vaiova. in .udni to *!?•> tba ICtaoiiiivn an oi> pnifMMHv MI HMMIIIIO and appiovo or dtaap- |iio««t titiit n II<1*> SIHII line I r 9i«<ooiid io piondo iiv ftmandrnatit. that ^hoii i«n * tit* •oxMton %t( i o ii a i a«a ta ivon vaoa^l by ngr* »u it n pi orlit oiatton, lr jfiatar ion duilii«r Hi.' l l urn tif Hiioh aura •oa*|ou SIIMII It. 4t<n.i|ui-d l» auob «u»»|i>on *« iba Kim utiy* II i M V hi »• n IM I.M .i I t iloio I MOM to lima III Wilt mi, I IMI *<\\ ikitr**faa to i*a naitii>U bjr tbaaa lt»\ tl|t (Kill IMU« IMI IlllfloUl On •«* niliMI in etch « « a| i« providrd for t>J It** ( (inn i, in inn, in wii i< rt tbnr* *r* no inatrlo • MMH aa to ihn *<it>J\< i of U.alalMliiMi by Con- a»\ •, if II • «io •• (julivd ti i * alway« l « 'bo |nin.r «f ( ' ••i*t«'«4 liming th««ir tar lu of oflt.Ht ttt iniol.li for ^r««aio|ia *t any tiru* Tba Oral • .f ilivo HUM ndoionta would prol^Mil tbaptlb|lo a«fa«ii«i ilio uiatif ahu«aa aud waataa ol ptiblio inHiiiifi mHiHi .'ino ( i into appi opi laf ion bill* ai.d i.ti.»i iniimi taut ii.aaaura* paaajo*' atirlnij lha atidfma linuia of t'otijiraaa. t o wlno i otb c i man iluo < «n.«.<l« i i*t i<iu n.ioiiot bo j|l% an. I bi^ a to on uir liiKActrav hiriRrniHr. Thn faoap ia of tb* ftjovartininnt ffritn all a..iiooa f«it «fia la«l flaaal t'»i wora fm.l 7.1H. 14\i M« d OII^IKIIIUIOH »O all anxMiuta litfl.UI ii\! IIMI* •bowion ••' Mrnn of no.ipta ovor ^ t| '»« dlinn • nf #41.tirJ.#Atl, hut ll i« iml proO *h|n fb«t t liiw fn»Mmlu*i inthit will ba shown fi.r Uir iirr^nt flai-al raar IUIIIMMI, ll la ynry ,|..nr>tf.|i wholbwi. «««'«Pt with a-raat aoouowF < on t h*» X* ii' * I l.iun •« ml It t ( ..ngiri* MI iiiaktoa appropri* 4iiiiiiM4M>ii<>mr MI adiiiliuairtrioji i ho vanoii* drii.tr luionta of jrovortiin^iit. tba rP vomica will mil f*H •hoi I of u. oft Mi* aotiial f « tM >..««*a inrliMlnia ln»araai on puMlo ilabl. I «o o . and lot'.iiifi^ iiiobai'onouiy, ami point nut twn aoiiima a IM ra ll i^iiit to ma I t nilffbt roin « ninli. io tha appropriation* for in ..no butldiiiff* to th* maur oillaa what* work h*. n r r». 4 ,, <onni,*iu«'d, HHI iii tbo appio prlatioi.* for rlvat and h*il»«»r hiiprovaoiaiit III thmn ooiililira w hai* H»A lutprovamaiiia am ,f h*n H i l r tenant lo n«-iMi»aMMMiiiuar^a, aud fi r foi rfl-'ntion*. _ . _ Ihrrv la .% .(ill mora fruitful aonrfa of fi pr.MiiMMn which I will point <»»»« l*»tt»r in fbla maaaaffa I r*»far to tba aaay maibwl of maim f«. linn* n.alma fnr Uf+* mcnirtHl i n *up- PO'tioir Ho. um (•tollion I would not bo tin ilri.M.o.l h«« a* •lo* tha arrfitlqo of aoo«t • iiimiiuiiiti and i»*rn f.riiHman'll bolldinr* by th. t nv IM iini'iii atifiitturiui^i I'lillduiiia ara tundfwl; in fa«»l. f appfovaof lha gotariimtMii ..wniiiff Ita own loiit Itiia* lo ill a«o«ioiia ol tha ixiuutrr and bopt* lha day la not far diatanl whao it wilt not only |Hiaaaaa I bam. but will rr.n In tb« < apt! ..| no I . abla r#«l«a\Oo« for all prrooua who now rnraiva cMimniMlatioil for rpimt.iii «-r nut al fforaromant #ipanaaand (. i ill > < iiliiurt. ihna sattluf an aiampla lo Ihn Mtalra whii'h may ImliiAa i in into «»rrot bu'ldin** foi tbi-lr »A uatora. bull would bay* «li«» i <1ocf*-d • II in t r at a ttma whan lha r«T' vmitd abutiilaollj )u*llff ludtmani i t that bowayar mbab tbH fni • i.Una o f It. Tftr rtwTO Asn irariB riTMiati. Tha rrr*ti'inii hirn matarlallf faltan ofj fdf Ihr- fl. at t\ »r» iimtn b* of tha prfMoi fl.*cal yaar froir ^ t» u IIM y wfm r i paotwil t o prodif*. nwioa l o tba fTfionral pauio now pravaitiua. Wh <i ooMMiMMii'«»4l *t> .tit tba inlddl* of H< p irnitv. i laaf Hi«« foil «-fT.>ot of tbia diaaatar - H it •.lioul'l not provn a nia*air«|f in dlAtftn**- — I* t*i !•• IKI damoii*ti *(rd lu aitb^r avant II ia your duty to u«*rd tb* laaaHiti ami nr^vlda, i*f «IIM mill wall muaidiMml laalalation. •« far aa ii Maa lo yot t r po^ai. aaaluat it* raaurrauoa, imi to labt- *dtautaKa of all bauaflu that uiaj pa*a a«'Ot nod My own lu* |nd yidoal* ui'iy hata *ulfarad una loo a *t*p baa iMiau lahan towai d« *i^aoia paytu\0t*{ that w* ran nryrr hava p^tta«nant proa|iarlty until a *po4i a bnai* la raanha*! ml that a ap«*ao> h*«'« rantioi IHB raaahad and laalutalnad uiiiii out ni'i'iii *a«iiii«lva of «old p*jr for our importa, ioft»r«**t dua ahrtHfcd. and Oftbar apart* obi nalHt'ii. and ao uaarijr *o a« lo l*aya an ap •ti. NUII'* i# or p tu ii l at ton of tba pramoia* niatat* la Hi* fuimlrr from tba pr.'don'* of our iniuaa, 'I bo dovoiupmoot o | tha minaa of pra< tout mMill i k during ib* paal vaar. ami iba pro*|M*« Iiv* iinvrlopmnil of iHwui for vaara |o aotu* v an «i.«inyiuit »« thalr raanllov ODUIW but oua- batf of Iba *:«iId aitraoi^<l from tha m itaa on rafainad ut boina. our advaiitMi toward* • pari a S ayinaiifa w...,ld n«* rapd T o I nor raaa our • a>4iraa tofrV nut ouirouoy It raqoirml to boap all tbo imiii*iriaa of lha oouoiry aaio ofad. Wifbotit tbli. national aa wall aa ImJiy.dual baabttlpiay mttat an«ua. Undtia inflation, oa iba uibar mtud. whifa i t nimbi grlya Uatiporarjr ffJltla WOtf 44 OtiLf l#a>4 lu iJULailM fat Prloa*v Tbara i « ona woik. bowovaf, or a national character, in which tba a;roat««r portion of tha K**t mid tha Waat. tba North and tba Qomb, aia a<|itally lutrroat^d f t o wnl^u I will luylta y«ur attaiitton. Tin Htafa of Now York bat • canal rounaotina: f.tibn Krta wltb the tida- watar on th o lltnlaou Ktyar. Iba 8taf0 of llliotnt hat t* aiuiHui work OOIMJIUUIIMT l4ika Miahitfan with itaytiralMo watrr on tha [I I molt Rivar inn* makiiia notar <'ouitnuiilr*Uou lo land iH>iwfUMi tna K**i and tb a Waal and Houih. Tbaaa araat artificial wafer ootiraM aia tha propartr of iba atataa Ibrouarb wbloD lb*r pa#*. and pa y kill |o iboae 0tafaa. would it not bo wiao aiatf*mintOip to plaxlftra ihaat* Riata* ttiat If tbay will op*«ti ihata canal* for tbo pwaa*c«» of !ur«r% yra-nla, tbo aaner#l coyarumaut will look affar ami k**p to navi- aahla condition tbo ciam public biffbwajt wilb which thaw eounacr, t o wit. iba oyer •lauirb oo Iba lliidaon. tba 0«Jut Claira Qau aad tba Illtnola and Mitaiaalppi nvm**. Tbia would baa national work, ot.* of *ta*t tama lo tbo pmdn^ornof tba w»af ami aotiili In ffiyto« th* tn ooaip tr*uaport»tioti for thair priKtvirc to tn.. a*>«hoaiit and a ui.irkc. and t o tha <-oii*iimara l u th a *«u«i tu KIVIIIK tbebl oh«<ap*r f«HMl. pariioularly of tboat* a rile lea of food which no not find a foiaiini tuurkat. autt tna pt iin* of wlili b. thorofou*. ara not r**TuU tad tiy foroinn daaiaud. Tbo Hdvati'a*** of aucb a work ara too ob- yioo* for art/uihant. I mii>mU tbo aubjoot lo fun. tbcia/oia. with out further cioiutuwut. tfrioaATio.M or TIIR AHKLOS, Id atlamiHioir t o ra*-ntu our lo%t lomm^rtv* bud carrying 'radc, I liavn ti»»r« loforo oahod atiauttoh to Hjia atatoa aoutb of ua ofTorioa* a Oald wb^ia much might b«« aoinimpllabaxl. To furtbai iht*ob|«>ci I »iitfiT»^t tfiai u ntutll ap- ptoniiaihip \H> mad . ticcompaniad wi|k autbont v for the 6 *c« *'f»i< y of ttia N ivy to 01 out a uav*l yaaarl to ftuni'f lb»* Anjaion Kt**r to tba niotith of tb a M a d HIT A. i hence to ex* P Joro thai rlvnr and H4 trlntilarltva tolo hillria. 'Mid to r^imrr io ( 'onaraaa, at lit QeXI aaaaon, or *« noon at pi actinium, Iba kCOaa- •iLiiity of tha ooitutry bj agt^r, lU reaoutoea. atid tba popniation #.» icacUcd. Hucb au axpioratlou will coat but Mitla: |l can do no harm. Mini may rrauit In oataOlltb* I tiff a fiado of yaluo to both uatmii*. In fuitinr ooiiticoion wub the TtoAiHf? Da- partiiMut. I would r**co'iMii*nd a iwlaiou «ud oodtllcutlou of tbo tai iff iaw«. and tbo onooiur of more mint* for column tnouay. wicu author- (•/ to coin for mien uauoua ua tu-iy appijr. Tlir W4lt tikTAIirMENr. Tba affantmn of Conrraa* ta invltad to tba r'cotnmoiuiatioua oontainoil m the ronort of tbo Mt-ctoiat v of War. bar*wlib iiccoojpaiiyiuftT. I'llO aitparcni, ffroat coat of »UpDortlua tb* army i * fully i.iiMfttni<| tn the report, and I hopa will racaive your aaaniion. Wbila lr> yitiiiftT your general atiariuou to nil tba raaooj. maiKiiHout made by tba BtHuctnty of War Ihfra ara Uo which I would capccuttly invite yoa to cohiidar—fjt«t. tha lmporra*iua of pr«. p-rmff for war to tima of pea* a by proyidtna; propar armamani for our ara coaat Uefauoaa. A pi ope r armaoant I * of va*tly tuora ioi|Kir> laooa thtn fi.rtifl attorn*. Tna lattar can be •applied rai y tt>aedily for temporary purpota* whan newdrd j the loroirr canuo'. Tha aao4ind i * tn a naocamy o f reopenrac i roaiotion ru the ataft oorpa of fbe army. fafUooUurl/ It lbi« bfoftaitj fill m iba tm#0l- wwibit to iBb ImpoaaibJUCy o f •orpDatiUon iri K r owa Diarbau for Iba produou of botPex III and labor and repenlad ranew^U of proa- •at eipariaooaa. alaatieily t o our otroolatiog tn ad i u ut, tbarefora. pod |uti enotiirb of t| t o transact tba leaitlmaie buainaat of the country, and to kaeo all luduatric* employed, ia what It mo*i to oa daatran. Thaaiant medium tt apecle. tb* reaofiiiiAd tn*4iiuiu of •irbaoffc th« world ovor. Tout obtained, we tbali bav* a eurraocy of aa at f aot dearea of aiaatteitt. If there be too tptioh of i t for the la*itim«re pnrpoaa of trAde and OoioQiaioelt HJII flow out of the country; if too Itttla tha fyr%% will nuuilr. To UoUt what we hava, and f*\appraol ita our current)? |o that stand ml. i * a proolaui JaaaryiQit of Iba mott tan t* oontldetattou of C<»0ffi^t*, Tba exparUnoo of tba praaent panto bat t toveu mat too currency of the coiunry,bfi*ed • i t ia UPou tba oradtt ot tba country, i * the baat that b4* avar bi*an davlaed. Utnally. m timet of aucb triaf* iba eiirrenur bat beooiii* woitbleea, or to muen daprooiafad in vulue ut lo inflate tba value* of all iba naceta«naa of life aa compared with the c u ronoy. Gvarv oua notdiog i t bat hreu amtout to did pun* of It ooiur term*. Now w« wlfneat tba revert-. Uoldaraof oarrenor board It at they did jroid tu foriuer aipariaiica of a I ta uature. It i t patent to tha moat ebtual obtat ver Ibat much mora ourteiicy, or moo*?, la rrqmred to irau«acl the leaitimata trade o f tbo oouutry dunua tba fall aud winter mouth*, wbeo the vaaf crop* are being removed, than duriutf rue balance of toe year. Wltb our preaaut avttoui, tbo amount lo the oouutry reiiiaint the *eto<< tbrougbout the entira year, roiuiiing i n a n accumulation of all tne turpitt* capu.il of the oouutry in a fnw centre* whao not euiploft d in the inuvlug of crop*. Tempted thereby by offer* of interact on <>eU louut. luterott being paid, thla etirplu* capital mti*t e«ru fill* inter e*l paid with A profit, lleing aubtect to \ call,\ It eeuuot be loaned ouiy In part at beai t o Hie marcnaut or uianufaoturar for a bind (arm , beuce no matter how much ctiuencv th»'re nnghf be l u tha oounlry i t would he abmirbad. prloa* kaepiug pan* with tba volume, and C uir*. *triii«raney and diaaators Would flt'ri recuuiujf wub Iba auiuuiu. KTnticlty m oar monetary tyttem therefore i« iba objort to be aitaiuou flret, and neil t o Ihai.atfara* pooalbie, a preveutlou o f lb© u*a of oilier people'* money in afoot and other tpeci*** of tpeculatloo. To prav*iit the latter it acerua in ma thai one great tteo would be luketi bjr probibulnw the national baobt from paying inttreat ou deooelta by reqolrio*; tbem tt) bold their reaervea lo Ibeir own veuit* and by foretng th*m into peauroptlon, Ibooifb 11 would ba only In leaal lender ootee. Pur ible purpoae I would eiifffeet tha eetab- lltbmeot of clear log bouse* for your ooo*lder- ation. To tecure the former many plaot have been tugaetled, tnoal I f not all of wbiob look to tue mora like inflation ou Iba oa* hand, or eonp*Hiug goteromeutou the other to pay la- ter eat without oorreapoodiog baoeflta upon •he aurplu* fuodt o f the country durioff, Ibe aeatout when otberwUe unemployed. f auhinlt for youroou*ideratioa whether tbia difficulty might not tie overcome by authoria. ing the Secretary of the Tteu»ury to ittue at any time to tba national bank* of i«tue auy amounc of ihcir uotet oelow a filed percent M« ol their iaau»* # eay forty per cent., upon Iba bankt dapoaitluir with th* Treaturer o l iba United H i tea a n amount of truveruioeut bond* equal to the amount of tiotttt demaod ed ; tba baukt to forfeit t o the government tay lour par canr. of the lotetott accruing*, or tbo bondt to pii dgi'd during the tlmo tbvf ro- main with the 1 • iiatur at teeurtty for the iu- oreaaed eirculittiou. Tha houdt to pledged to ba redeemable by the baukt a t thru pleasure, either In a bole or in part, by rettiriiiiiif their own hlllt for cancellation t o an etuutiut equal to tba faee of the bondt wlthdrnwn. I would further tuggaet foi yourtMyntidArA- tion tlie piopnety of authorising nafiooal hunk a to diiuiiiluli their NfandMia; tattle at ple^ ture by roturniiig for nuncoilaCo i tlioir own bill* and withdrawing eo mmiv i iltcd Slate* bond* at a>a pb^lg d for tba IIMIM lotliititMl. In view o' tt^ aTM-Mt ectuul coii'taulioii thftt ba* taken place l u lb* cuirmior .* »d the coin imratlve coiitrnor«oo ooutiutimiMy goitiv on, dua lo tbo more im o of population, inoraaae of mamifacliira* and all tba iin|ii«trie* f I do not tHiliava that ineie \m mo much of i t now tor- tile dulleal period of Hie > euftN THE BlKRt. Tndeod if clearing btuitaa thould b a eafab Hah ol. i b u « foi ring redemption, tf in aqutMtlnu lor youi ontiftidaraHoit wfiotiiai b.uiKina *lioulit not tie lutfdn Itw. tutinuiog ail tufeguaiog now raquireo to #«HHIO biilboid*K lu any modif! Canon of ii.o pi«>*ani lnvt* legulatnig nutioiial bunka a* a fmtbei *top towiuiM ineoiirtug lor return pi lou-of *p* c« paytneut*, f Invito your atteiitiou <Ui a coMidru ion of tbo pioptioiy of ei iioitng fmiu ineiii the rotruitoii a* a put l of ibeM icHoiva e.lbni tue wnola or a purl ol tbo gold inierc*t accitiiuK unou the bond* piadHetl a* Mnounty ior then untie. I nave not ivflooted IIIOIIMU o u the t»eariug tin* uilgot bava in pioiiiK'iua a tcuroitv of coin with whioh u* pay diiili * on impoi ia. t o givy It my po«iiive reooiume MIIKIOU, bu^juux tttieoUou ia invticd to tuo «uo|eoi. ink roNraacnoN of rift cvuuw.sct. During th*1a*t four yenrt the currency bit been eoniiac:od tl'ioidiy i*V the wu tuini ^m of I per ceiif. c nifli yf^» COUHMMIUJ mteioai note* at'o' 7 §o bond* outti«inuiii*r ou the 4 b of alaicii. IM\>. ml of whi'-u took me pinco of le gel lender* In tbo bank icci ve* l o ibu axtetit of tiny three mllhou <»f^ doi.ar*. Irurntg the tame period tbete bit IHMMI n iinicb Uraer com parative ctuitiaction i»' Ib o riirivucy. To * poiulnftouof th«'cnunt'y but largely looion* ed. Mora th mi iwenir Ave Hi ni«mid nmei oi railroad bava been builr. reijuirtug iuo aciivo tiaa ofeaot'al to operate litem. Million^ o acre* of land bava i.eeu opened io ouuivailou reqit*img capital to move the product*. Mm otactone* bave multiplied beyond all preoO dant in ibeaama i»eriod oi time lequutijir oaih Hal weekh for IU* par menf of wimea and for the purobaaa of mateinl: kiid probably tot larval of all comparative contraction* ailtct from the nrautliar of |raa la boa i n the gjuih. Now every l.borai there recelvea bit wmrea. and for want ot aavinga haubt tbe greater pun of piich ween* t * OA nod in th e poca«t, or boarded notll r^quir* d n»r nta. Thoae ttmft/e*- llona are thrown out for v«»ur o umderai.ou without any reco'iimeiidalion that thc.y tba«> be adopted liter..Hr. but b iplng that tbo beet ( metbol may be arrived at t o teotira tnob an elaartairy of lh a eurrouor »•• will k* ep employed ail tbe induafilt «>f mo cotiuiiy. I and prevent aucb an ii.Union nt will pui oil lodaflnltolv H«a reauinpfion t»f ttn^cie pu r maiife. au object ««» devout y to tie wlnbed for by all. ai.d by noun none tuii nenilv Ih.iu by the cla^t of people moat lutoiemod. thoae who ram their bread by the twoel o f tboit luow. Hie decitlont o f Contrrr** o n thtt *ub|*nt win have th e humty *iip;tort of tbo IUUCU- ttve. enir ftt'tifiifd. To rfovloiii mreniim e I hnvo called attention to tin* ilcchno in Amcricmi *Mip building, and reooimiiende * aiub Icuia'ation u< would * cure to n« our proportion of tha enrrring tratle. HiMiniim* d l»v blgb rate* an d abutidaooa of fieimit, tbo prociea* for tb e latt year I n tblp bull.ling ban been Very •nfufiu forv. I hero bat been a n In cieime of about (biee i>er c^ut. in the amount ft iiiutpot ted in Atitortcau veaael* over th e amount of hint roar. W'.ili th n tcducel cott of u.atorliil winon una tak^u place, i t may rot •< hthlv tin hoped liitit ltu« piogro«i4 will b f tiiaiut.iin«>d find even iitci O«MOI1. However, a* wo pur about oi*(hiy tiiiMion dollar** (>ei tiiiuum to fon lun vt.MMoU fot the tt aimportmiou of our aitipiua prodttcra to ft uiaiket. Ititia Utotca4iug thn h ii unco of trutlo atf «niHt in to t tn a amount, tbo auhtooi i« one woiibrof y oui* not lout oou- ftidei .itiou. cnur Thtv v » rvrrov, \rti^an tt annpoi f ti «. IM II atthfact thai Im* Mtci acted the attention cf hoib pioiluut}!* and CHn«timet* for the pant few yc.tr* and bin conlt ibu'eil t^i, if If ll ••» tin' i*ViUt fho direct c*ll*o of II a teceut panto ami tttlugenoy. A* Cono-re** it if* la^t ae«4|ou at»ooiutadii «[H>clal commit too to Invottigate tin* whole tub)eot iltirhig tl*n « aoit inn and report at tlilt «i »aitMi, I have i<< thing to rooouiiiioud uuili Uieir re- pot I it lead. O&HilA ••I pay and ordnance department. At Iblt time u la neoiatary to emptor contract tur- geont to etipply tbe neceaaary meotoal attend- incc rt quired by tbe urmv. Wub the preneul ior*»a ol toe pav department it It now difficult to inuke the pavro»nta to troop* provided for bv law. I, one uViaya i n nay menu are produc- tive of datertfnne and other demoralization, ind tbe lew prohibits the payment of noope oy other tbau regular armr eaymottert. Toere ara now tit teen vacancies i n tbo Ord- nance Depart men t. i hut leaving- that branch tf tbe aervioe wiihout aiiulcieoi offloert to conduct fbe hutment of the nifforeot avreeoaJa m a large tc.iie, if crer required. Tim KATT PtPAaTMiifr Poring tba pair year odr X*rr baa b«eb da- tletod by tbe tale of torn* ve»*eie no longer u lor naval aervioe and by the oondemntuioa »r tuber* not ret ditpotod of. Thie. however, jat boen more tbau compensated for by tba -opalr of *ig of the old wooden eblp* aud b y ua buHdtug o f eight tiew t too pa of war AU* boiisod b? tbe lt*t Congieaa. Tbo builditiM o f tbo ?ati**r nag occurred at a louti.y fortunate time. They are about being completed at a Hue whou they may poaaioly r»e mucti iiocded. and the work upon tbem baa not only f.ven direct employment t o thou- itnda of men. but baa uo doubt bean tbe ru* aot it k»ep»bg open eatabimhmenta for other Work it a time of giant flnttuoial distress. 8M4C0 the commotio' ment of the last tt)0ntb f tiowevor. the ditticstlug oo^uireoces wblob uavo taken plaoo in tbo waters o f tbe Carib- bean Boa, nloiOMi on our very seaboard, while bey iliu-tr.iie UIOMI lorcibly the ucceaatry al- aavt eilMtttitf that a nation situated like ours •boald inuiiifnln ip u atHte of posmblo cffioicu- if kltiavv adoquaie to us re«| on nihilities, baa it tbe sainn time demanded that all tbe effec- tive force wo realty have aha I lie put l u liuuie- liato readttiops for tvnihko eeivtce. This bag OCCD and is now being done promptly god ef- ecilveiy. auq I am a«»inod tbotail the avail* ibie ship*, and every autbonzoii man o f the Amencaii navy will bo ready for whatever ao- mm ia required for the ta'ety o f our oitiseos >r the uimiiremiuce of our honor. Tin* of com so will require tbe expenditure 11 a short tube ot coiirtio of the appropriations which wore calculated 10 eiteod through toe fl.icai year, but Congress will, I doubt not. j tide rat a 1*1 aud appreciate the emergeooy and will proviO adequately no t ooly fo r the prosout preparation but for tbo future mam- u uauoo of our naval force. Tne Secretary of the Navy has, during tb e past year, oeen quietly putting aoino o f our most effective monitors I n a condition for ter- yic«*,and tbua tbeeinetgency flnds us lo a much .letter condition for work tbao we eouid pus- nbly bave boon without hit actiou. ro*T-t>rri<K HKPARTMBNT. A complete exhibit i * ptoe«-nred In the io- lompmjylng rt^porl of the To-tmstter General »f the oporittioot o f th e Post-oAloe depart, iiient during the year. The ordinary posta- reveuuea for tbo fiscal vear ended Juno 80, 187.1, amounted to rtl WM.741 fi7. an d the ex- pendiiurca or all kliulM t o 129.064 916 67. The increaao of revenue* over IftTJ wan |i 081.315.». HMI tue locreuse of oxiteuditurcs, I3.4JJ.7M.3C. Independent o f tb o payments madu fruiuv •IKCial apiiroprlattona fo r mall steaujsuip iincs. th e mnouuL drawn from the ireucml trcatdiry to meut tlcncienclot «na|0.3dO,47&. Tbeconstmit mid rapid eitoiision of our .poitei acrvico. par icnlaiiy upon rail ways, and 1 tic itnpruvi t| f a illtlc-t f< r thecolloctlon, trapi- IIMMIOI', distributlou and doll voi y of tbo malls wbluli sto t ou^ianiy being provided, aotn unt for the increased extendi'ures or thin poptitar branch of t no public service Tbe total num- ber of p04t..'»ul(H*fl f 0 oiteraliou on Juno 30, 1U73, WUM83 244—.» not Incte*fl0 or 1,3*1 ov«T ibe onmbor roporied tb e pro'cdmg year; tb o uiimbur of piemdentml oftice* wns 1.3o3--ii lucre*** of 168 during tbo year; tbo total Ionian of railroad mail loutcs a^ tha cose, of tbo year wa« 63.407 mile*—au increase of 6.644 miles oyer ibe>eai IH72 { 6ttraHwnr po*t oibce hue* wire l u oporaliou ou June 30. 18/3, ci tend i n «r over ll.Wft mites o f railroad r-'tifes and tterforujlntf an aggregate set vice of 31 IL'5 miles daily. Tbe number o f letter* exchanged with foreign countriea was 27.45(L18ft. an Increase of 6 096.689 over tbe ptcvious year, and thn post age tnareou anj\uutod to 60 021.910.86. To o total weight of correspondence exchanged i n fbe mails with Ktitopoau coutitriea Ckceoticd 912 tons, an increase or 9J tons over tbo Picvi- oue year, Tbe total coet ol tue United H.a e« (loi 11 Mall Hieatusblp Bcrvlc-, lucluuiug! 6726 000 paid from *pe« lal appropriations to sub*idised lluca of man sieumeis was 11.047, 271 i 6 New or additional postal omveniions have b en lono'uded with Hwedon, NOIWHV, llel 5 inm. Ueruiiny. Canada, Newfoundland aud • pa i, retitiring Pohtage rit*-s on ctirionpou- d*uce excbaugeif wito tboso oouutri P. aud fu 1 tner < ttoi tA have boon inidc t«» cot.c uue a sattsfactoiy postaltconvuuitoti wub France, but wit boat succeh*. 1 invito ihc tuvoiable coostdcratton of Coo gtOt* to too Sdirac*tionsaud lecomuio.td.ttioos of tue 1'ostuiaa or General lot an e&tens.oa of tbe frou ni-livory system 111 all cities having a population of not ICHS tbau 10.000; fo r th e ir*pm uout o f postnire o n uDw^papers and otuet p M.ted matter of tue secoud class: fo r a umionu postttgnami limit of weight on mis- ocllaueoua matter 1 tor aujusting toe compeu- satiou ot ail no*t.i/H.i(iri uot apuoiutcd ty tho I'reatdetit by the fold method or eommiaaton^ rm tbe aclu i l riootpts of t •# ofilco. instead of the piencnt mode of flxltw the salary Hi a«t- vaiu 0 upon special r in tit: at»d osbecialiy do f iii^o faitirahio action OvOoni;irHion tiie lm- fxtrtuut recommendation* f tb* Postmajtor- Ooncral fo r the eatabihlimhiit Ot Uuited States postal savin** dcptisitorioa. Tour > ifHtition ts alto H^ain otltod to a oon- itduratlon of teoqueatiou of pcs.iil teioi^raphs, sod tue in 1111 in 111111111 Uiu 1 | 111 lipPpiitt I lui mf r In tbo bono tbat vou may rafttfailCll action i n oohocctjon tiierewita as m ruurjudifmeiit will most oouixiDut*) t o tbe Dost inlatltls of tn a oounlry. ^ * ; THE nCPAHTHCNT OF fVnit&iL Affstrs i n Utah require your eauv and ipe- nlal srtetitiou. Tbe 811 pre no ibdft oi th e Quired 8r;iteM. 10 tns case of Ctyttoo airamsi Kntf'obrccbt. deeded that the Uiiiied Hmtoi iVla'slinl of thai ten leory «ould uoi lawlully lummou juiors for tbe rU«tr>or courts, aud tho*e oourrs hold tbat the toriltoiial mursbul Oiuuot lawfully pot form that duty hjoajsahe U elected by tbo legislative assembly a id uoi appointed, as provided ror in tbe act ot gains- log ttio toiittoiy. All prooeedrigs at law ate practioaify abo'ished b y ucso ilcci-lou-, aud thvro have boon bur tew or no jury trials In the district court* or tbat territory tuioo M40 lust scrMion or Congress. Tropcrtv Is loft without protoctiou by tho courts, and crimes go unpunished. To prevent anarchy thfro I t Is absolutely noooasary that Conm <** provide lb\ court* with some mode of oU'nlnmg lurors, aud f reootumend legislation t o turn cud ; and also, that the probate coutts of tbo ion troiy now asflumtua t o issdo writs of injunction aud habeas corpus, and to try crltutiial cases, aud lit question* aa t o laud fit lee. be uomod ai l turiadtotiou not possessed ordinarily by courts ot tbat description. TUB nAKKRtrPTCT LAW. X have become tmpressed with the belief that tbe act approved Much 2. 1807, entitled \An ac t t o oatuhliih a uotfoun svstem of bankruptcy throughout ibo United tttatrs.\ is piodiiotiTo 01 more evil than wood at flit? lime. Many cniiMdcruiloni miirht b * urged for its total repeat; but. I f this is not con ttdered advt*iihlo. f think It will not bo seri- ously questioned thai those pot limit* of said set. providing for what is e tiled involuntary bankruptcy. ofMuatc to ttioromtn tbo fluanel.il QtjihariHS«mont* of the ootmtiy. Careful and prudent meu vory ofton bMcomu involved lu debt h i tbo ttansacUoti or their buslncse, and (hpitgh fbey may posses* bmpte property, IT 11 es-iita T;« BU^T afaiTiO:6 tot tbat ptirtMine, to moot all their liabilities, yet, on account or the extraordinary scarcity ot money, they may bo utiablo t o meet all their pecuniary obligations as they become due, in consequence of which they are liable to be prostrated t u their business by prooi e I- Ings i u bankruptcy n t the instance o f unro- loutlng creditors. Peoplo are now so easily alarmed aa to monetary mattois that tbe mtore dimg of a petition i n bankruptcy by an no fneudly creditor will uetH>MMariiv embarraas aud oftentiujoe acromplisb tbe tiuanclal run of a responsible business man. Those who otherwise might umbo ItwTut and ju«t ar- rangements to relieve ibetnaelves ln>m t) 1 til ctilitea produced by the pieseut stringency l u money are prevented b y their constant x- po*tiro to attack and disapi onfment by pro- ceedings a*?aiu*t tbom 111 baukniptcr; and, beside*, 'ho law ts made use or I n nviny cauog by obtlurare creditors t o fright©u o r force debtors into a compliance with the.r wishes, and mto acts o f injustice t o other creditors and 14) themselves. I recommaiid thai so much of laid act as provides for involuntary biinkitioioy ou ao count of tho suspension of payment, bo re * pealed. CLATT« AOAlKfTTHl 0dTiB!fMi*T. Touroarefol atreniloo If invlteH to tbe sub- |aai of claims against the government and the facilities afforded by extatlng lawa fo r liielr Ptoaooutiou. Kicbtijlth'* Dapartuients of State, Treasury aud Wgr has doitinuds for many mil- lion of doll it* upon ttt file*, ana they are rapidly accumulating. To these mav ba added those now peudintf boforo Congress, tbo Court of (^lslms and the R.mth^rn Claims Oommis- si\ii. making I n tbe airgreuate an Imtnonse sum. Most of these grew oot of tha He Del 1100, and are intcnd«<t to indemnify persons on botO side* for tnait losses during the wa»\ aud not a few of tln-m aro fabricated and supported by fs»se teMtimoiiy. Projects are 00 fool, It 16 be- lieved, to induce Congress to provide for new classes o f claims a ml t o rev ve old onea through too repeal or modiOoatlon of toe ttat- uto o f bmiutious o v wlnon they ara now barred. I presuma tueae acbemes.if propoaed. will be received wub Itttla favor bv Coograaa, aod I refomraand that persons having claims agalunt the United States, coumsable by any tribunal or department thereof, be required le praaani them at ao carry dav. and that legis- lation be dlrented aa far as praortoable to tbe defeat of unfounded aud unjust domands upon tna government. And I would sugafast a* a means of prevent* Ing fraud that witnosnaa bo called upon to sr > pe«r m persou 10 testify before thoae tribu- nals haviug said claims before tbem for adja- dioattou. Probably tbe Urease aavlng »o ina Nstiounl Treasury cau be sacuied by timely legislation 00 those subject* of aoy o f lha economic measures tbat win be propoaed. You will ba aa vised or toe operations of the IXeiMirtruetit of Justice by tho report of tbe Attorney fT'ticai, and I Invito your attention to toe amendmeut of eiistma Uws suggeated bv him with tbe view of feduciog the OXpeDtoa of that department, pr.rABTMfcHT or THE nmtnroii. The policy inaugurated towards the Indians at tha hcmmiloK of toe lent administration baa beeu steadily rn«o«»d. and I l>ei»ove with bene- flclal rcHiits, I will be oootluued with 011 ty tuch modifier ions aa lime and expcrlCDoe tnav demonstrate as neceseary. Wnh roe cucrrKictnnent to* civilisation upon the I idi MI reservation* aed huollug grododa disturbances bave taken placn between iba Indiana aud whites during the past year, and probably will oon'intie t o J o ao until each race appreciates tbat tbe Tddlans at rapidly *• possible on resttmtfoiif, and a« far asoraotloabie wttbto what is known aJ the Indian Territory, aod to teaoh th^m tba ante of oiviUsatiou and self-support. Where fonod of f their reaervatioos and endao- geving tb a peao* an d safety -of | Q * wbires, they hire bean punished and w(lt ooonnue t o b e tor tike offences. The Injdlan Territory south of Kansas and weat of ArkToeaaM sufficient i n are* eod agricultural reaourcai t o support al l tbe India is of tbe Ilfroky Moontalna. Io time, n o douot, all of tbem. eioapt a few who mat select to make their bomea among* white people, will he 0vl- )*4)ted there M a preparatory etep lor tau con- supnmatiou. ^ % am now sansflsd tbat a territorial form or ument should b* grtren tbem. which will ore the treaty rights o f the original eet* and protect their homesteads from natioo for a period of twenty yesra, he operetmoe of the Pateot Offlce are wtog to aooh macQitude. end toe aoeumu- oof mateilalls becomlog to great that neeeasn r for more room •• beoomiog tpore toot day by day. THK laTBRIOt DaTAaTarkHT. respectfully invite your attention 60 the rtsof tbe Secretary of tbe Interior and missioner of Pitems 00 tbls suoj^ot. Tat bokioeea of the general lsod ofUoes exblblte a matenal increase In all lu branches during the laat fiscal year. During tbat time tbar* were disjpoaedof out of fbe public lands 13060a<J6 aeiee. being an amount greater by 1166.631 acfee ttan was disused 0* ibe orecedingyear. Of itbe amount disposed o f 1.616.266 acrag were sort} for oaah.214.940 aoree weie located with military land warrante. S.793 6I2 acres were taken for homesteads. 666.446 are were looated with agricultural college scrip, 6 OSS 636 acres wete certified by rail roods. 76.676 aor-a were a rioted to wagoo roads, 236.646 acres were ap- proved to states aa swamp lauds, 138 661 acres were certified for agricultural colleges, 00tu- rn ob school*, universities and aemiuariea 1 190CT6 acres were approved to states for inier- ual impiovemeoU. and 14,222 aoree were lo- cated with Indian scrip. ifce cash receipts during tbe aame time wefa 63.406 616.00, beio*>^IMl*6e lo excess of the receipt* <>r the pfsfien'i year. During tna year so.48S.l92 aoree of. pool 10 land were surveyed, au lucreaae ovet the tmount sur vayjed tbe previous year of 1,037,196 aoree, end added to the area previously surveyed, aggre- s-atf>s 616.AS4 896 acres wbiob bate been sur* veyad. tearing 1,218.443.600 aoree of tbe public laridstill unsurveyed. The Increaaed aod steadily Inoreaitbg facili- ties for rea< binir our unoceupiedPublio do- main;, and fo r the tnsosportaiioC%r surplus prod lie t*. enlarges the a vailajaio 4s*Jd far de- sirable horoeatead locations, tboli sUmplating rottlement and extending, year by VCAT, 10 a graoeaily Increasing ratio, the area ofoocu- aod cultlvutioo. en pressed desire of the renrnsrn tntiTes argo colony of citfztnsof Hunsln to etui* to tbia country, as i t is undois'ood, with nsent ot their government, i f certain anions </an be made to etiublo them to Id a compact colony, ts of groat Interest, ng to show the light in which our Insmu are regarded by an industrious, intelli- gent Mid wealthy people devious of euloying civil aud religious liberty, and the acquisition or so |*rgo au immigration of citizens or a su- perior class would without don tit be of sun- stautjal lieueOt 10 fbe country. I invite atten- tion 00 the suggestion of the Secretary of the Interior tu this benuIf. There was paid during tbe last fiscal year for ifeneion*. including ibe expenses of di s bursterieut. 629,186.2*9 62, being an amount less bv 63M.O5O.90 1 ban w;m expended ror the same puip^se tbo preceding year. Although this etatopaont of expenditures would Indicate a material reduction In fbe amount compared with [1 he preceding year, tt is believed tbat the oliangc* in tb e pcuslou laws at the lust sessidn of Congress will absorb that amount the eiurtent )ctr. At tbo close of th o fast (Noil year there weto o n tbe pension rolls 9<J.hP4 invalid military poind.meig mid 112.084 VM »o#e, orphan*, aud dependent parents of deceived t*oidior*. milking a total of that clans or 211192; 1H.266 suivlvote or the War of 1812. and 6i>5J widow* or soldier* of tbat war pen mo uoi under tbo Act of Coogress of Kebrum v llth.um, making a total of that class of 23,319; 1.4JO ipvaltunavy pensioners and 1,770 « idowa, uiituiuus. mid He\- inlciif iciatives ••! deceased otlleopH, sailors, mid marines of the navy, making a total of navy peusloocra of 3,200. mid aWiiiud total of pensioners of all classes of 2-iH.Mi 1-snowing a not luoroaso dunug th o him tibial y« ar of 0.16J. D.11 lug tho past year the names of 16 466 pen siouci|i wore added 10 tb e roiis, aud 10,223 Mum* H wore dioppod ibcioironj fo r various ruiMoe). J 'be system adopted fo r the deteetloo of hatids against the ;t<ivcruinout in tbe matter of pei|Hluiis has been pioducuVo ot taiit/ac toiy rksuim. but l«*maiattou is ueo-ied t o pro vido, if po*Hii>lo, ugaiiiaL tUe pi: r pel rating of sucti fn»^«t\ i n the finura. '1 he evidently inctaasiog Interest In th e 011 u 0 01 educatiou is a tut>ai eucoursgiug fua- (t.ro lit the g« neiul Pro*rr«ss hiid iitcapi-ruy ot ibo ctiitiijiiy. mid tbe Huieau of Kducatmu is earut *| in its efforts to give a proper direction to ino pew applicants aud Ibe iuc«et«od facili- ties watch are being offered to am the educa- tors of lino country iu ibeir great work. Tbo *)!• t u oetiNus hii* been completed. %od the report tbotcof ptioliuiied and dietiibulod and the working mice of the bureau utsoaud- id. j be Uccrciaty yl tb» Juierioi reiiCivs hit rcceoutiiit'iiduiiou ror a ceimus to be taken iu 1676, lo whIon annject tun attention of Congress ia mvitid. Tuo ouginal aiiggi.'stiuu l u that beualf tint ILCI wiiu the centum approval of ib« oupiury; aod oven if I t be not docuj4*d ^iiviaui|ie at present to provide for a icgu lar qufuqtioiiual c« n HH. k ceosua uxeu i u 1876. tub teportof wlnco could be eomplvtad auu published hefoii<tho one buodrvtu auui- vvrsary of oui inib peudenco, womd bu esi»*v daily ihier^ating and va'iiao.o at aUuvvijui the pryaCteaa of that iM»u«««ry «4«»rtffftf taw hnfi reu* tury of our tiaiimial ei isfoi.ee . It it beliered. bowt vetr. tbat a o«n*us eveiy flru >«ais would hoof shbotaitnnl benefit 10 tba ooUittry, iuaa much as oui giuwf 11 bub*rto ba* btab so rapid that the resuus of tbo mfcruniat ccsu* are uect*a^a|ily uuteliahU) as a basts of cttiuiatee fur tbo latter y. ais of a dccouiiai puiiod. ina DiarHicr or cotr>intA. Under^ the very erlloieut mauageiLeot of tbe govet tidr mid tne rl*ard of Public Work- o f tins dirtCrict, tbo city of Washington * rapidly MtaftumlUg tbe appearance of a capital of which ihc ualipu uia.v well t><> pioiitl. KIUIIJ beluga moat UbMl^bliy pmce ilnoo )>UH ago, OIS Hgreeab|« H| pa^s thimtgh MI Hiiiuuiet, i u cou M queued of HIH diiHt iising Horn uupavid siiccisf^nd nlmo*t nnpnssmin l u th e winter I roil) the mud, it is now one of tba uiOU sight- ly cities iu tbo couulrv, m>d can hou»t uf bo- log tbe (lest paved. Tho work has Cecil done systematically ; tuo plans, gtndee. localiou of sewera. watot and gas mains being deter- mined upon before tho work was commenced, tbUa securing permanency when completed. I questibn vt bother so much has ever uceu ac- complished hemic In nny AUienoau cJtV lo r I tbo smith eipoixi'turcn The gdveruiucnl having large reservations In the ci|y. and the umion at targe having an lutate*! 111 their Capital, I rocoimueud a lib* oral purify towtuds tho District of Columbia, anJ ibuMliO trovei union shutibt bear its Just share of the cipetiaea ot those improvements. ivVery citiit u visiting Do Capital lueUa prm- in its growing hcanty, nnd tbat ba, loo, is tun t *>,\\ mr lu mo inviHtuienin made here. I v< ouiM a. ggest to i?ouir<c#s tbo propriety of piou otirg loo cufaliliahuicut lu tbiadistliol Of au IIIMIibutum of biiriiing. or uutvcraiiy or ttte highest <iast«, by fbe OoiiatiOfiof lauds, lliere is 1 o piuA'o bettor 8'iKed fo* such an institution tbau tlni National Caplial. Tboro <s no other piaeo in which every citizeu is so directly in- Icieeied. CIVIL StRVICK BlTTOBJf. In thric successive messages to Coogress I have called attention to tbe subject of Civil bei vice *oform. Action baa beau taken so far as to aut^ionx > the appoiutm'ot or a board to devise rile* governing methods of making ap* point moors and prt motion j, but there never has been any action making these rtileeor aoy titpding. or ever entitled t o observance, rsons dcaiio tbo appoiutuieot of a be removal o f an official woo may be dtHRiitltM ablo to tbem. To bavb auy ru.es effective they must have the acqu|t'60o'ice of Con^rons ai well as or the Executive. I recommend, therefore, the sub- ject to rotir attention, and suggest that a special chmrulttco of Coiiarctis miichl cou for with tbo Civil Her vice Hoard, during Hie pres- ent session, fo r tbo purpose of devmtug such rules AS can bo maintained, and \ hjch will H^- CUIO the tot vice or honest miU capablo olil- ciaN, and wiiicti will also pioiect tbem lu a degree ot{independence while 111 otficr. Proper yules will piotoct Congreaa as well at the iiiecfutivo from much uei-ol<s* peieecu lion, aud will prove or gioat value to tue pub- ic at larjfe. COLORADO, I would) recommend ror your favorable con- sideration the passage of an euabing act fo r the admi'ouoo of Colorado as a a*.am In tue Union. I k possesses al l th e eiomuutt o f a piosperotjs Btate, agrlouituial and iMtieral, and I believe has a population to justify such admission. A WEftTEIttf CAN At- In connbotloo with tbat, I would al«r> recoro mend tlurcncourageiuvui or a canal, for pur- poses or irrigation. Hum ibe cistern slope of the Rnokr Moiioiaibt to tbe Miaaouii liiver. As a riiiel I am opposed fo rutther dtmaalont ot pubuo, lauds fo r internal iinprovedMMitt owned anil controlled by pnvate coiporajUotis, but in tbia liittauca 1 would make an eioep- uon. i Bctwcea the MMtotul River and the Rocky Moiiuiamt there le an and belt of pubJiOlaud ffom three hundred to four hundred uiilca 10 width, loifectlv useless lor fbe occupation of man, for waul of sufilcieut rain to aecuie tbe growth of any produots. An mlkauug canal would make productive a belt as wide as the suppl} of wat^r could no made to sbreud over aeroas the cutuo oouutry, and would secure a ccidou of seitiaumuts oott- iiectiug ta>e presout ptipulatiou of lh a moun- tain aud uHuiug icgious with that of the uldsr states. ' AH tfte laud reel aimed wonld be clear gain. It alteioale acotiuus are retatued b y the gov crument | would suggest tbat ibe retained sections uW tbmwu opcu toeuiry uuder tue homestead laws, or sold to actual tt>ttlert for a very lowf puce. CEJfERAL AMIfESTt. my prcvioas reoommendation to or geueral amoc»ty. The oumber the lata rebellion yet laboring uiesi* very email, but enougu t o Ufli I'vrii m< rules 1 itld Where pbt trh-ud on I I rftie Congress cog igc«l 1 undo 1 tJiflu keep u p tlaiiKor ca etoiiug tn coiiHtant irritation. No poesibie accrue t o tbe government by re- m to eligibility Ui bold uttloo. CIVIL incurs. I fUffgcsi for your consideration the enwet- iLeLi of a taw to bettei sccuio tuo civil rigote wtneb freedom tuould secure, but baa no t ettcctuuliyj secured, to tbe eufrai o.ilard atave, Mgueo, U. 8 . OttAMT. Executive Mansiou. l)»>comboi 1,1673. A BKAunrtJL WOMAN.—Tbo pprcop- tive faculty of women is aerially keener than tho same phrenological organ in men. Woman knows that beauty rather than genius is worshipped by tho aterner sex, A man may talk with bin lips of the latter to his lady-love, but the keenness of the woman know* thut he is thinking of the former in his heart, 411 women have an innate desire to please their beaux. They aro fond of admiration, hence one of their longings is to be beautiful. The grand secret of female beauty is health—the secret of health is the power to eat, digest and assimilato a proper quantity of wholesome food. Take VINEGAR BITTERS. It will cleanse the stomach, tone the vital organs, give a perfect digestion, purify the blood, clear up the complexion and produce a state of mental and physical electricity which gives symmetry of form, bright eyea, white ekin, glossy hair and a genuine type of female lovlinees which no cos- metic can compare with.—Com, Tho St. Louis Democrat snys:—\It is a notable fact that at only one or twn of the many wedding reception** iu thi* city of late has wine been served.\ \Tho beat is tho cheapest.\ Elm- wood and Warwick collars nro cheaper than lower priced : because they will keep clean and cau be worn longer than any others,—Com. Temperance Medicine** i H* you would patronize frt/4 Tosuporance Modicitich, eclentilically prepared by aekilled physician, and by a proccse tho dincorery of hitr own, whorein not a drop of rum, whlahy, bcor or any other alcoholic or fennenled liquor ou- ters—use Dr, riorco'H Family Meduviioa. They do toot manufacture druukiudn aa do the vnri oua •« Cordiala,\ \Tunica/' •• KliihV and 44 Jht- tera \ of the day. Golden Medical Iiincovcrv i* nutritious, tonic, alterative, or blood cleanhirv, and an uncnualed cough remedy. IMossMd Pnrgativo Pellets, scarcely larger than mustard *W*. constitute au agreeanle aud reliable pfcfHic, Favorite Proeoription—a remedy for do- Uhtatod females, white nin Dr. Bage'e Catarrk lTweiiiedv is known the world overae tho ^irttt- rst iirWiflc for Catarrh aad \ Cold in Uio Head' <r givou to tho public <J it! American ManufacturcrH at Ylomia* Tlie well-known Maaon k, Hamlin Organ Conipniiy h.ivo recoived honore a Vienna. A t tho hxpoHitinn they were awai'tlcd the highont motUl fot tho l>cit iiiMtrurJicntM of thin CIRHH in tho world, and tho Industrial Society of AUHIIIH ti;ia awarded thorn its Grand Medal \pd Lhpl una of Honor fo r tho oxtiaordinaiy excellence of their protluctieue. Thie dietinction ha« never been conferred on more than five AmciiciiM. No other American manufacturer of Cal»iu< t <tr Parlor Organa haa over HIPX*CO(1C<1 in obtuiniiif; any award i n roiii|>etitioii with F.ur<t|ican inakern. Tliiu in tho eeoond time tho Msnon .V Hamlin Organ Company have c^nio outahond in audi eompariHotiN, aa they took tho tiiet medal i n Parm i n 1HO7. Thie comi»aiiy can now produce o n a n average <»no Cahiuot firman every tiftccn minutcH of working lime, or ubtntt 10,000 per annum.—AVtff York Wot hi. We have nsed Perry Davis' Pain Kil- ler in the family and herd many years; alwava, if applied seasonably, with succona. For allay- ing inilammation resulting from hums, lirni*>eA T sti'aiiiH, and other Muaea, it is a firat-cla** rctn- cdy. For checking and causing a relaxed con- dition of tho bowels, it is tho best uiodicino of which we havo any knowledge. Active ci^ee of diarrhoea and dyBcutery yield to its healing power. Itsoemsto]K>aecnaatonic and tdrcngth* ening quality, and when need for summer com- plaints, does not produce constipation like lau- danum ami ita preparations. Wo have lined i: many times, always with success, ae a reined\ for scours In calves and other young animals.— Vt- /kVeoroJ and Farmer. 1 • '—•—- - ' ' • ' . Prices Keduceda Tlie Maiou A Hamlin Co*, whose Cablnot Organs arle uitquenUonably the bebt in the world, have J net reduced their prices to cor- respond wjith depreciated values of materia] and labor. | They are also introducing this no ar- son, a uuebber of exquisitely beautiful styles, oontalnlng Improvements of much value, effect* ed thla season. a*, They now offer flve-ootavo double-reed or- gans for one hundred and ten dollars, and other styles at proportionate prices, beljrt&put half the prioee at which pedmere are cmMfiig np<»n Dnrrhaaers organs worth uot half aa much— Com. ' ^ ABT Iao>i Tomo—PEamaAK Bmrr.— Com, WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN 1 It is *nM for the dying consumptive to reflect on wh*i might have been if HALE'S HON»V or Hons- BOUND AHO T*a had been taken early f.nonrh Pike*s Toothache Drops cure in one miiiu'.c. — Com. , If yonr horse is lame, sore or galled, yon should Use Johnson's Anodyne Liniment, s/aah the part with caatile soap and warm nut or, nib dry with a clean cloth, then apply tho Luii- ment; rub in well with the baud. —(Jom-. Have the readers of this paper ever ased any of Parions* Purgative Pith f if not. a-hy not ? They aro the beat family phytic, ho- sidoa beine the groatent atiti-hih'oiib remedy iiero is in the oountry.— Com. Peerless Clothes Wringer, L. novniger A Co., 18 Fulton Street, New Vork\~[Coin. FLAOO'S IwrrrAirr ite-iBF has stood twenty yoara' toat. 1« warranted to givo im mnliato relief to all Khenmatio, Neuralgic, Head. Ear and Hack actio*, or money rofuudod TlllHTi VEAftH» KXFKH1KIVCK UK An OLD WUHSK. 1TR8. W1NSLOWB SOOTHING SYRFr IS TO! rREHCRlFTIOW OF on* or th* best Pemsls Pbysl clan* and Nurses In th* United State*, and hai been used for thirty years with never ratlin** tarety and suocei* by millions of mother* and ehtldrea from th* fsobls Infant of on* week old to the adult It correct* acidity of the stomach, relieves wind oolio, rsgnlatss th* bowels, and give* reft, health and comfort to mother and child. Ws believe It to bs the Best and Sorest Remedy In tha world In all ca«e*of DTBENTKRr and DIARRIUEA IN CUIL- DURN. whether it arises from.Teething or from any other cause. Full direction* for uHejr will ao oompany *ach bottl*. None Genuine unle** th* f*o-*tmll* of CURTIS A PERKINS Is on the outtld* wrapper. Bor.n BV^ALI, M^UTcnra DXALSBS. CIIIL.OKKM OFTEH LOOK PALK AND SICK froa BO othsr oanse than having worms ta th* stomach. BROWN'S VERMIFTJOsl COMFITS will destroy worms without injury to ths child, being perfectly WHITS, and fr*e from all coloring or other tujurlous Ingredients usually used In worm preparations. CURTIS A BR0WK, Proprietor!, Ho. 9115 Fultoa Street, New York. Satd* a> DruaQistg ami Vhtmiit; and 44aUr» in IMj^j*** at TwasTV Five CIWTI A B«»X. TUID nUUSKHOl^D FANACBA^ AND FAMILY LINIWKWT Is the best remedy in the world for the following oomplalnts, vis.: Cramps In tha Limb* and Stom- ach, Pain In tba Stomach. Bowels or Bide. Rheu- matism In all Its form*, Bilious Colic, Neurslgls, Cholera, Dyssntery, Colds, Flesh Wounds, Burns, Bare Throat, Spinal Oomplalnts, Sprain* and Braises, Chills and Ftvsr. For Intsrnal aad Ki tarnal ass. Its operation ii not only to relieve tbs pattsnt, but *ntlr* ( y removes the cau»e of the complaint. It pen*tr*ta* and pervades tha whole •ysu-ru, tr- storing healthy action to all Its parts, and <ju1ck- •nlng th* blood. THE HOUSEHOLD PANACEA IS PURELY VEG- SUMe aud All Healing. Prepared by CURTIB A BROWN Ho 911ft /niton Street, New York, For sal* by all Proggi*t«. BROWN'S IA COUGH, COLD, SORB THROAT BRONCHIAL TBOOHBS roe OOUGMHS A1*I> GOLDS. Reqatrss immsdlsts attention, and • houid b* ChHcked. I f allowed to oonttna* Iri»tatt»>n of tha Lung*, a permanent Taroat Affection or an Incurable Lung Dlstass, is often the result. TflsPuRJWiT AKD BWantTEST COT>-LTTSlt OIL is Hazard A Caswell's made on the sea shore, from fresh, eelectod iivere nt the cod on- ly by CASWELL, HAZARD A CO., Now York. It is absolutely pure and street. 1'atiepte who havo once taken it norfer it t o all others. 1'hyei olana havo dccirlod it superior to any of the olU in the Market. — Com. The Malssaohusetts State Temperanoe Alliance dismissed one of its prominent ..—-.— i members for advertising liquor notices i other nae ficbta wuien must be respect- iri fk- natiar whieth HA ia **iA *A oAntaAl I ed. Toe pone/ hat been to oofleei u»e m me V**r r W1A1 <» **e « ***<ito control. I BROWN S BRONCHIAL TROCHES Having a dirset tnflnancs en the r»Art», glvs tmms- d«at* relief For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Consumptive aed Throat Diseases, Troches art u$sd with gvat success. BINOBIIS AND FtTBLTO BTEAKEB8 Will find Troches useful In clearing the vote* when t*b«n before Bilging <»r Rpeakt. g, and reueving th* throat after an unusual exertion of the TO col organ*. Obtain only \ Brown's Bronchial T'Och*s, t , and do n\t take any r»f tbe worthless Imitations that may b* \Sere*. 9tJd JCt>*ryw>a*r*. TO C O If S V Jrf P T IV K S t Tha advettisar. harng b^en permanently cnr*d of that dread ol«v*se, Cortsuaipt.on, by • simpla remedy, is anxl«Q* t«i maka known t»» !»• f-ML.w •affereis the means of curr. To ell wh«« dnire tt, h- will send a eopy of th* pr«*«-rlptlnn tia.-o, (fr«e nf charg**), with th* dl-ectloi s for pr« ptrtng and using tne same, which rh**y win fina a »UBB CUII f r CoasuairrioB, ASTHMA. BsoscniTis. *c. Parties wishing th*« pr*-sorip*><Mi »til pleas* adaresa S*T. E A. WILSON. IM Ptan Btraat, WU.iamsbujf a, N. Y. A CONSUMPTIVE CUBED. — j>r. II. Jamen, while exi>enmentiiig, a<?culentaJly made a preparation of Cannabis Indies, *)uch cured Ids only child o f Consumption. This romo<ly iH now fur sale at first-claes DruffgieU. Try it, nrove it fur youraelf. rdco #2 60. Bond stamp r«>r circular. Crs4hlock dt Co., propnetore, lt^2 llaoo Ht., Philadolphia, Pa CRIBTADOKO'S EXOKLSIOB HAIB DYE itsmle unrivaloil and alone. Its merits havi been so uriivernally acknowledged that it would be a suj>«rcrogation to dUeoani ou them au> further—nothing can beat it.— Cotn. For Coughs, Colds, and Throat Dis- ordoiv, n*e \ Brown's Bronchial Troches\ hav- ing proved their efficacy by a test of many years.— fY>m, 3EBDB ; ( I)RKKAS DICTIONARY BLOTTER A cn»*»Mu*!ion of niottuiH- Cass w|ih romr'efs lntofW'iiiH w»lfh wrlieia ar liable t o *|,illin< e#»rre.\ly. For r*ale by f*i*tlono f « and m \ jr? 3 Cfi*stniit St ••«•!. 1'i.ll a iilpliia, Pa. Stud J or De- t/riittujn i'n<« l.\*t. - - J - - — • - • r i- i AGOTfl WAJTTED FOB THE ' ' HISTORY OF THE GRANGE MOVEMENT oa Tnic FARMER'S WAR AGAINST MONOPOLIES. Beng ** full and authentic account of tbs strug- f lat of tho American Farmers agsiust the extor- ions < f the Ksllioad Coropai.1*-s, with * history ol tbo rise and progf*** <f th 9 Order of Pstror* ol Ho«i>aiidry ; its oLJ *v%w and p ospects. It sells si stubt, timid for specimen parrr* and term* to Agiiits, aud va* why I t sells faster th'\ any othei !>.>..*. Address NALIONAL FUBL1BHINO CO.. Phtlt^elthl*. Pa. TAKES ON SIGHT.' Latt and Best con*,t«i*tioD ttr Canvas- sers, Agetttt A HaUsmtnl -HSVMT Winn BmcHU'i f**rt:y nswspapar ffives eve>y snbs< rtbor a rAia of th* largest and nncst OLKM4KAIMIH two most sttra<ttv« • ul'Jicte, that tsk-' on tight painted by Mrs. A\'i\fM>\ a s o^nttasts and cinp ntons f r her \ W'le Axr,»k§ ' »n*1 * fu*f A**€€p.\ Agents ba*t I^l m IKl\HK Nt'CC'K^ai r*)l ft •* beat liuslnest evi't off. r**it for taiiT.thsert.\ We furnish the light- • st siid ban '•••mi st oniSl and pay very l i gb <v»m rnt«BiOnt. T. H l i •n>>a«'i1bf*r rac*-tv^s wtlnnutpBi al tw b**Hiii|itil phtur-a ubt'k are r#>ady f »r Pnii;i)IAlK UKMVKttV. Tbt pup^r ttceli st.nulti p •••has Mti'i u family l.mr» a's. b«l' g s o poj ut.*r thfit < f tta class it bf\helaroftt etrruia- Uon ia Iht uttrldf Employs the b* st literacy ta - lent. Eiw.i <i FUH-II'SIOII'S serlsl story tajust be- ginning; b<ck (hapt^rs suppl ed to earb subsc lb er. Mr* S'owe'e long njiccUd scqiel to \ J/v H'ifs ond / ' ht>tftnt In the new Tear Ai.y one wish Ing * good saNry, or an Independent l<nsinrss, Shoul I send for circulars. M O a ? M T fi • rid Ujrms to J II. FORD A U J. -TaJVai aC* ro.. Now York, Boston *»WANTED. Chlc*g'\ Olncinuatl, or Ban krancisc4>. IlbY* Af%I> NIDDLK-AGKO MKN Trailed f ra Hur cwrnlMtiri tu Busioe»s i.if* •aught how to get a living, kf»ke Money and be- > mB KnterptUIng, Useful Ciilien*. Ii TRAM i •liumass (oi.Lsna P\Conxasr«tR N. Y. On-ibe> Hudson, the oily Ins t l tin ion dtvot«J to «It t at e»pe dally, lhaoldeat and only practical Commercial I Srhr>o|, *ud only one prov1d*ng situatiooi f> j r ! 'iru<i n »t< * Rcf« r * to patrons and grsduatia in nearly every <ity and »own. Total txpense pro- I icrlt>ed ruuise,tl<^ to $126. Jf o class sys*rm. No vacations. Aprilcanls entar any day. Visit the Institution or address for particular* and fa'a log ti e r,f s.oOf, gaduat** in tnilneu, H O. BAST- MAN. I-L n p ti M bkpop*te, N. Y A LAOV AOKWT WANTED Off SALARY To t4k«* the mot-ay fo r iiieO'*attj|i„s'rat« d **mily Story P*»j)or. 0*er .W new Rub rrtl^rs pnr iu • »-rv «Uy Ttin CHKKIT ON THE HE *ftll?. 1s * lGp.g« favoi tie paper, ciowdet vt'h fresh nnd thnli ig etoriea, sket < b s a* d P >« n>t, si<at kill Q w»'fi ri'irr.»r. and adorned with c<-ntrlbu ttO i * tr* m Fnil ••* II• W'H«-IB. Only *1 no a T#-ar,or 'A c*u s ftir Three Months. The best Oil Chr<m'» ever t»fr »ed, ki*eM to ovt'ry Yearly Subs^ilb -r. A fair Salary and Expanses *V\ b e pul i to an approve! f,«rt y Ay*-» In »V«iy County, flubtctlb* *«J y*t couft- ctcttt«*l *r ml, ** tr h fi'^* |»*per TONE* * H v l.FY I 'iiblish - ra. 170 Bread way. W.Y. By Cat»T*B8t ••»» foi hn rn st billliaut * • • t t r • u t f v * Muchly in the WOnd Tie Cliicaio DJnstrated Mm] —smbeillshcd >vi»h h**auiifn» E gra*| r gi. and *i*. f *nt«* pit t*' 1 \ S •• tln»cd paper. A nsgn»flc »«.t IOI>l/)AY PRK»K5l • fot any f**Mly Price, S'^.fiO p. •» an* um. B^ • p'e c^pie» W cents n*o dnimr <s Itflf to every one— raaklt g C* » vinli p ••sy Su d fot tr spectas oontalnii g our list tl Splendl 1 Pi * i n I urns. The Illnsvtnr*rf Jnnrtial s^d T**ftvia[ F«Jk** It lira I , w tr, TWO sCPKnR CIIHO- >IOH eiiU l*d •' Morali go < th,< Mit-iSvlppi, 1 ' and \ 8u> s t on the 8 a«ra* •• wilt be sent to anv ad- dress for l£7t for SM Oil. B*mi»l* oopt*t of b tto r p is, *ith Chr. n.«.s. for Canvas <• g. sent for GO o.n'i. Utv* pi stoSV'*, County axd bta<s iu full, auo addr#»\. TIIJMAS O NEWMAN. Manager, Jluom 27, Trtbuus t olMteg, Chii #go. r^I A\ 1% Vj 1 cnt<flr disc y •« t r FIMIIII^ at< t n Ag <it t>taut y. Now t« ti vert, s Pai ttculars tii.ey, C frth g •. M!u u<i. ANY ' •* ,,,lin, af ut tn *' ad<tri»aa o f ten jM'ruom *ttb ^tf* • j 10 cf s *vt ii t i,c« iTp, fret a beam Iful Chronio Aiir ; a\ » <-t nct'i-na * <*y. to y*t ti< ii.poat p-»'ft CONSUMPTION Carbolated Cod Liver Oil Is naclcntmc combination of two well known m«dl- clrif<» UP theory Is ftrot to arrsat the decay, then hullil antheaysteiri Physicians find the doctHue cor- rect The really startling enres performed by will •oil's Oil *r* proof. ... Cur ho He And potitivtlv orreHs r>erap It is th* most powerful *iithK'1»tlc In tha known world. Kn- 'erln* Into the circulation. It at once jrrsnplee with corruption »ud de**y oesaes. It purifies the sources ° tUT/iVr OilisKatttre'sbest assistant lo resisting Consumption. Vnt up In large Wf^sre^hepe*! bottle*, iKiultiu tlie InVeittor** plgniiftur ami U sold liy the Heat Oruz%lnt*. Prcjiared by aF. M. ^tWXI^X^a»er>lw f *;< Jolin filraeU New VorM CUSHING'S MANUAL OF PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE. | Rules of proceedttig and **eb\fain deliberative aast'trihlira. A n tndttpcniiHt handbook ft *r txtry member uj a ddiberativt b >dy, and the authority lit .' all tho Hi*t« s. 11 The most authorltatlTf evponnderof American J patliattH* tary law.\- Chas. Bumnrr. j Prtce, to cort«s Be«it by mail on reealpt nf pries. , Address » HnMP^ON. BROWN A CO., Boston. Maps. Thea-Nectar (IS A PUB! With ThOr*ea Te» Flavor Th* beat Te* Imported P< i \ sale everywhere. And for sale j wholesale or lv by the GREAT ] ATLANTIC A PACIFIC TKA CO No. Ml Falton St. A % A tChurofc St., M*w Vark. P. O, Boa, ft.ao* I Hand for Thca W*«»tar flir.-nlsr. ( Iron in the Blood THE rr.itrviAN hVKl' I* \ iuJii.i I ntnl r.niVhi'a tho ' Iil<--I. Ton*-* tip tiiS j h>at4-in.liuiMMijitho J Itniken-duwn. < ur. i FcrriAle Comph'hM, Ihoptv. DvMlity.Hu- | lu*'if». lDyiiricf»&:a. A«*- | T Ii0tifv.n»!i Jiavfl l»ccn chsjipil Vy V,.n I UM of this reninly | fiinn w-chk. r-'.i'kly, ! mfl«-rlng cn-atun**, to etr<Wjr. healthy, snd. banny men and V«OUJCD; a: I ; Ujvall.la cannot renM>naUy hesitate to^ve |; a tr-il, J Oiw/i^a.— BAftur* yon get tho rl^ht srt'* io. Hee j th'U \ Penivlnn H\TTI|»\ I * Lltwn in tl.e rbis. I }'wm»hlot«fr<e. Bamlforona, BKTU W.FOWLK A M>NH, Proprietors, lW*U>o, Mass, For salo ky _ druffListsfreneraUy. \TRIE TO NAT! UK.\ Th»s First class Chromo will be given to every Sui bc*ib«*r io GODEYS LADY'S B00Kfor1874, Whether io a single Subscriber for Three Dollars, Or tn a < lub of Six tor Fourteen Dollars. Address, L,. A. OODRY, F. B. Cor. Sixth and Chestnut Sts. Pbilsdelphla. ane^lmn ' opy *»nt on rfce»i»t of 2o<enB Old Maids, Trachff, Mudetfs, Clergymen. POBtniastsrs and wt •• *v. ke Yourg ai*ii,aiid Men ana uomeo of all rUatot Yt u ci i rAsily earn a fl-s' clnts Rawing Machine; or Ro . ks aurndent to stock a t ibtar , or e« me v*'u*bio P\rfnr. s t o b auiify yonr U« rae* ; or a t ic Rid o* ictjie , or * goo • i trn« K-• per (• 1 < k < r Wat* h ; O i * » usic Hox ; or a floi.i pen , or a I*ho- t« gr^i btc Al* inn , or a stand K»-iosone • nrnj< f r y. nr I'arlor: « r a fine *coo'detiri ; or W.-ws»-.'s j Plus rttoil Quatto Diet >ua y, or RVog^i » W < rid [ R nwnfii bt u*nat y f t c»ups ; «•» a Fi. e \ i . 11M ; • r a Honnrigt'n Rtfl«*C»>-e; or a R.-mit.gt' n l>ouble KIIMI »i»>«.rh i • »<1t' |f Ph\1 <*!!•• , or a « aldn* t tl' - g •!! aor*h SJ*o; by aiinply w i kt g »U- y ur tii^/K «-upied ttm . )tt M \t.y « Splat- ed I • the ci.culart < f h g t tlmat« auu rt sp^< ta- w^W Vtirlr. thn » . M. p i r ». pcifft tiv h-gltlmat« an blf : ma y woul s ypiilamhr pic. Address, M. M. P . Co IA* >asi 2Hh St.. S Ort P'r Dajr commission «r §30 a we k aW»y Salary, an* expense* W*offer ft and will pay it. Apply now. Q.WUBU A CO., Marios, O. ' Ra R. R. RADWAYS READ! KKLIE IV Cures th© Worst Pain* ONE TO tWENTY MUnTTES. NOT ONE .'OUR AFTia aiADixo nri Anvsa.-saanrrr Need nny cno Suffer with °aln. Badway'• Eeaxly fielief ij a crsre for e^ery raia IT was xun nssT ire u THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY that IrsMnilystrpi th* »o*t eicmctattrif paltii, aJl«Tt 1 .flnmaMot s and cun s CoT,gc*tif>?.s, akctb er tf'L' Lo. at St'marh Bow wis, or other gland* or oig.*t.s. by o l>v application, IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY aflKT/TEl, fo mr»t«nr h'.w n< i* r) t or excjurlatirtg tha pale th* BUECMAT1C Bed-ridden, IrSnn, Crippled, hw~ T< ua. Neuralgic, or proitiatad v\ith disease may suffer. RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF WILL Arr^PD INSTANT EA8B, lufiftmation of the Kidneys, f Inf*amaU0B of Uie Bladder, Infiamation of tho Bowel % «.«. Conjr«*wi«oftiisLiiil_i Sore Tbroat, Difficult Breach leg. «^. ^ « ... Palpttt^oaoftiitHsmrt, T, . • ., , CataiTh, Influaiua, Headaohe, Toothacho, cold cbiit,, A^. cm,\ m * gU ' Eh « UB * a ™' Tho spplt. ttiio.. i f the READY BFLTFF to tbe part nrpatts \%h«-rcih« p;»lu oi aimculty exists wlil af tot«» oa*r» knd c-ii.f . , t Twenty drops lu '.ii/lf a tumbler of water will In a r#w minutes MIIC tmiiii a. Hnfismt, S*>ur Stomach, II*»artbtir:j Ht«k ll<ada. he. Dtarrh*!. Dysentery, t'ollo, Wind to tb« Bo^eJs and all Internal PAin*. T»avcC^»a Hiot'P alv ay* cnri y a bottl#» o t BAD- WAY'S READY RELIEF vtthah'-m * f • w droag In water Mill prevent %\> knt asoi pairs from chatig* ofwstor. It is beMcr thau Ercat n Brandy or Bis- ters as a stimulant, FEVER AND AGUE, FEVFR V<D AOTfR cured for * fry cents. Tharf Is not a r eidedl:<l .*»«';nt |7i this %« orld that will curt Fever and Ague, r >'! all other Malarious. Blllona Biarlet Tv» I n id. Y« lk-w. and other Faver* (aided by K*r\VAVs PlLl.b) s o quttk as RADWAY^I atADY KJ'-.I.IKF rjp-ry CENTS TER BOTTLE. HEALTH, BEAUTY, VINEGAR BITTER'S Dr. •!. Walker 1 *) California Yin. Pf?ar Bitters are a purely Ve^ouibla preparation, made chiefly from the na- tive herbe found on the lower rondos of •!io Sierra Nevada mountains of Callfor- ni.i, the medicinal proj>erties of whioh io extracted thorefrom without the use f Alcohol. Tho question ia a-'iioaf iaily asked, '*What is the cause or tho mparallelod success of VIXEOAR BIT- ; Liu>f\ Our answer is, that they remo\V ho cause of disease, nnd tho patient ro» «<>vei-s his health, They nro the p'eat ulood purifier and a lifo-^fi vine; principle, i i>eiToe» Iteuovator and invlfroratw nf the system. Never boforo in the* aiHtory of tho world l»a^ a liiotlirftks b*er* «nnij)Outi(l^l |K)nrH)HKing tbo rcuiarkable juahtitis of TL\B(UR UITTBRS in heulinp the- -iek of uvtry dideaxe maa ia l;t ir ta. They are a gentle Purgative a.s woll as a Touio, relieving ConJre^ti<ln <»r Iiiflauimatiirn dt the Liver ana Visceral Organs, la Bilious Di*ea*)cti. The properties of DR. WALKSE'I IFBOAB jiiTTEKn are Aponoiit, Diaph^relio a ViFBOAaliiTTEKn are Aponoiit, Dianhorslio, Cartuinative, Nutritious, Laxative-, Diurede, Hedativs, Counter-1rritaut. budonfia. AitMaV tiva and Auti-Bilioua. II. II. MrlMIWlD 4*- TO,, l^rtipfrlata and tieu Art* S u: 1 r**.. -i* •'• KU ''<»raJa4* i and cor of Wi^abinuton rt,.«| t.'ii«i'i'\!i S*v N. !. •lolrl »>V Mil fti'iisr\* f » •\ •'•! T> ««vra. BTR0NQ AWD PJJBE BICH \' ^LESH AND WHO \D BEAUTIFUL CO CEKA8B •R Y » D—«TA «a OF FLESH AND WEIOHf-CIJEAE M3H ASD Bl^l&TlFUL COltTlJaWH Yfr CURED JW ALL DR, RADTrVA^a Sarsanarillian Resolvent Has marie tbs most aAtOTiLrtilnff Cures; so quick so r,api J are the changes tbe Body nnd^rjeoss, uadex the In fiuence of this truly Wonder- ful Medicine, that Every Day an Increase in Flesh and Weight is Seen and Felt Tho Great Blood Purifier Every drop f ,f |h*» BARRArARILLlAN BESOL- VP.NT «-<iinniMiilcai< s thtuugh tha Bl'^xl, S^catt 1 itiH?, ami i thcr tluil* and Inters of the pvstnm the % **»r <f lif.«, frit i< |>alis the VHIKI i/tbe U.»d jr \* th m-w nnil i*\nnd mat* rial. f< lofula, Pvphllta C'»\snmi>'-inn Chi'nic Dysi'^psia, Olandular dia* rae* s , l*l< f/i in ibe throat, Mouth. Tumors, Nodes In tho filai.<* s and otli»«r i^tri* wfthe system, 6c*r* Kycs, rJiium-Ku* dtahaigcs fiom th© Ears, *nd tho wai s t f>t \»§ < f f-kl.i Cis* Mil, r.rti|>ttoiiS, V^VfT Porr-s. HralJ JI ad. liti tf wt.iih. Halt Kbnum, Er ysip- (•Lis, Arnr, h).t< k H|»'s, Woinn In the Flf*h, Tu- in > r *, CMucr., a in 1 ho \S'cntb, and all vrakeuiig and I'tinful die linri;« a. Mtfht h^ea's, L< s* <f Sparu and hi) Mast* s ' f tho lifu piirn \ j.J*, si e mithin tbe ctiiativc rango* f 1 hi* M>dcm Chi mfstiy, and stew davs' tiso will jut ve to any |»er*<»n using H for ciihcr c-f these fuiiu* of disc.se its i>*teut j»o»er io cure tin in. If Hi* |»AHenf, d-»tly r>fffitn1ri|f repriced by tkS vy«5tr* a ii d no < m|\ siitou that is ton tin u ally prsr Kt'ifi' y, am ' < < <ifl ) II nireetiiiff tb« s e wastcs.and J • j> * 1 T « th* sarno vi'ii f i < w piatt-Mal mad* from health) M..od—and tins the BAR^A PAllILLl AU will ami doe* serute—a rur* is ctttain \ f«>r when one* tin* icm<(jy r<'iiiin<ii<M ii* v«-.rk of purification, • iid eu< ar <% tn diinir.ithl) g th* /!• of w**te* tt* ni'Hlis V\)| l>e raj)ld. and evrry dny the patient xvillt.cl hiruailf gi«-uing tn-ttcr and stronger, the foi digest J letter, aiiKsUU im proving, Slid lli sh a TI ii w« i^tit It\ T < aal * g. hot only d< cS tho SAIAAI'AHTI.UA* RriOLV«FT 9W- c«l all known icmcdia] hu+ mi In tli© ru»« ut ChrCn. ic. 8 r< fnlus, Coi stitiitronal, atid SkLu diseases; but I t is tho ouly posiiive cars t<jr Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Cr'-jsry.snd Womb diseases, Orarsl, Dia bat** t»io|.ay Bi< I'psguof Watui, Iiioontinusnocof Urine, I'lwl'ts Disease. AH 'itinluurla, and l u sl l casas whfio thcioru* loi k-dust d€jH-*ns,or tbs water Is tht<k, < ion ly, mtaod \sUb su I adores like tbe v hitc if a*, tgy, or ih> ca<*s like vhite silk, or tbers Is a m >r bid. i.jrk. bUi* us anpfaraure, and w bit* b\n*-dii*t dep'aits, i.'»d vh«u theiaisa prirklna, l»\i i 1' g ss ••:<••! u h*n p isst^g vatar, aad pata LJD the Riiiull < f th* bkv k au * aiouy tbe Loins. Tumor of 12 Year* Growth (farad by Sad way's Resolvent PRICE $1.00 PER BOlTLjL DRTRAD WAY'S Perfect PniBlire and Relating Pills, psrfert?y t-s^l^ss ejegn* *]y ccatad wltb sweat i'luu t. i u'< . pu!il»t< , jiuiifv, ch'Mi ae ar>d sr*i.g-tbr f ». KADWAY!) I'lLI.F fu th»- cine of fllctsorcert of \)H St- MI.I. h, i^.«-«>t, i>\\\« }*. KxintTt, BUddar, N>i v< MS I> *••- a,-*. |tf.n1a< h«.C\ sii ration, C« SMT*- I < ss I . -tgtts•' n, L»VII \j«i« JliP« u*f.rst. BlMotis, TTphiisa 1 Tvj.hfll levets.l fianjmatlon of tha p wit IM^B. ii 1 fil l Dr-H' gemei t*' f the Interna) Vijf.i Waira'iiM to f *>< t a I\ sittv* cure. Tur*- ly Vrgetai.le. t o>itaUiliig i.o Diticury, Uilnciall, Or d< I'tei Ion* rr'tfi. Oi>«?- rve th f llnwtrjr armrtrTcs rcfultlng from OSADALIS THE GREAT ALTERATJTE AND BLOOD PURIFIEB. It is not a quack no*fifiir* f |TLe ingrcdienU are publiahed on each bottle of medicine. Ii is nsf3d andrecomirjeuded by Physicians vherercr it has been introduced. It irill positiTely cure FCItCFVLA in its various *lag< *, H11EU* MA Tl&M, WJ/JTIJ *S WEL* L1KG, COl 1\ GOITRE. JiJROKCMTlS, A/ 7? J O VS JDEJUIJTY, JMlPirm CONSUMPTION, and nil dis- eases arisirgfrcrn rn iiLjmi* condition cf tl e I \Iced fiend for onrRosADALTs ALMANAC, in ^hichyoti willijiid crrlificfites from reliable rnd tniFtirorth7 Physicians. Ministers cf *n* Gospel ard othrrs, Dr* B. Wllrcn Carr, of PeiHxr^ra, •ejs tie 1 ss i M «i )t in i. n* ct t f lofula atid other diataicc v:lb n.uch SaUaX*a> lrr. T.C PlfflL of ^sH*irer* ? raocmw I&euds It 1o »T1 )H-r»oi a nCrri^vg vlth dlaesp*4 Blood, anvir g it )« rtjr^rior U> airr frtrststiOD 1 e I m ITT r i *rd. _|teT. Batney Ball, vf He l • Hnjora a»7 Mu. CoLlu«m c fcutb, it \u Is baa tatas sotrjtuh t«n fttrd 1 yl'a ve. i\s% L* cbaerfuHy rrrcn r *r< s It to all Ua frlr&dsscd aratjrMriUt r«a, CrtTCH 4% C 0., 1 r\fp rff.ft GOTdoTiS* '•file, Vs., r»y It licvo Las fsiiird lo giro isaliafar^rn. Sam'10. ITcFeda0H, Marfreerty>ro» t Tfl L«+»rc, » k ; « it < i i«ri LUuof Ithata* msUaiD a hen all cite failed* TM B0BAJDALI8 IN CONNrCTION \TTTW O^B w%m& will cur* Chills snd Yer*T, Liver Cora^ittr.t, Dys* pspcla, *tr, Vft rnsrar tr* Jomr/i rs ni| «-rior to all other Blswxl |>nrtA«ra. l auU f^r l^w»MAaH4t*) Circular or Almanac ^^ •SdxessCLtttXXTS A CO., 6S. Cumaor'« St.. fl.tltfmor*, Jfa* •' BanaMbarlA a*k ton» Dnitfyin r,,» | WM | UI ia * CRUIVISS Arf a a^rrn s'or* i <>htb far bsttei tbau any other lu t*Ut*uc+. OF Aro i>^\.-r. t*caese ih y ^ice a n.^ r u • »t 'ion si y frt&«r po) sh. dts In i If n i trr H of t h<\ I>ipett ve (» yu S : HtlpHtkh, I i wsid !'>]« S Fuller-** of tbe PlOod bo Head, A'idltv <f t.*l«> St«nia« h, Kaussa, • h\\\ n, IHSK 1 -** tfFor.fi , FulTiea* or Weight ID tlm Rtornsch. Hour F* i»ci.«Mnr-s. birikirg or Flutter- **^ fit tha 3'U of th.' b»< ma V F^trnnat\g of tbs JI«ad, Hnriisa nv 1 p:fB ult Br eathing, Fluttering ut the Heart Cb'k' 4 <i Bu1\< atii g\ Sei satloj.| vhtn \n n Lying V a-\ t *, Dim >«ss of Vision, Dots or WVb* t,ef\?o Th • Lij:l»*. F< ver aad Pul Pain i n tho II<-Hd, D*f.-1\ rv ( f FMfc|M ration, T» 1> n « ss ol Limbs, he Fish. tbssys- t«-ni fi OJU all tbo *b \ u i.itmed ulao/ders. Trlco C^ co-j*i p3r Box Sold by Druggists. BEAD 'TAI^K >vj) TRTE \ Pfaid one lfttaf St-.n ?» »o IiAi)V,-\Y t ( O K... v Wuren fit., V.% tiJuiiautiOij Vuitli thou^iids wU' b* Soot 10IL COMFORT Tield a briliiatit sllvr yib-i-n. w «L I lit*** balf the labor te>yu'r»'i aiie.'i (.'Le p ' % K> n e n *',^ CR UIVI BS i n o II\HCJ II*TI i\--r v » i | 'Mb|MriMOii, I « IF the, rk.n u:n l Fv t F 1 1) the Fide. ChrSi »•! I sudden Tl -'J * ' f H't 4 Bnrnlrgtntbi A f-*v do et , H rfV ATMVAV * FILLS wUlf/«* Are tntat and clean- ly art ol*, making no nirt nor dust wheu used. OF C t\ b* rf*d ff*n lo th*» i \i i r w i u at t M»« • »# n b'e « f ra- in T tffiu'i uuitor rvmdnct an ap'-nry fo» tlie rccej.flrm of *drarllse^ im II?N for AMI nt- \ s NrwurArniR-the moat oom- plotr eKtublii-bmeiit o f the hind lu the world. Ri X tli<iii*:u:<l Nnui'Ai'UiH ire kept regularly O*IJ file, opoi: to in 1 pi rtioii h\ cuafoiuera. No reading-room, bi»wo\er con'p.'et*-, I • * « i v «ia onr^t went let b uf thla HIIMIUT J:%4-r> Advertitement i» taken at the boiur pvl t «« cf t', « l^\'. w.tliuut any additional eh;u#r > < >T r-M'i j. •«.•-•«.ii t m that an adverti#»er t in dnaJ- InK \»'t*« *be \g#uc ' , IN f*.H\nd ttonble and corraapou- d» IH • , making * n * contraet inel^-ad of a «io»en, s bur r'led or a tbo i**ud. A Book of eltfbty l«g**, ron*ffiiiJng 1 *»> oJ Nat ]>wpeif, lrsTf'oat rTi<ulatlorja t reljf.-M»-ii» |«j\ i»», aj/r;cn't \iml pap^-ra, <laM i papara, j»ohtj« i ] j jjn IH, «ii.i'y p.ipera, couutry j»ajH«r>, maga> tinr- a and all j-nl t<vit ou». with aarne information aix/ut prin-*, it* Mm p*KKE lo «ni addiaaa on appll- eatifii, FiTfOiia uf J duiujif* wlhbtug to make oon- ti.o-tH for l\ criNiiK m *\> town, oity, county, Stute or Tej» .to?y nf th' Tnitod HUlea, or any por- tion of the !><<• niiioii o f ('finnda, may aend S oonc4a*» ntatement o f ^ lint 1 hev w t\ni, toi/etber aith * Ouay of *'»«* Advortitemr'nt »\••> d**lr*' liiHertvd, and will le^dye information by r«luin mall wh lib will enable th«jii to d<*« ! le whether to lncre*M* f nnlue^ or fnr*«*o the order, lor t»-.n !i information there la no charge whatever. ]'i i 1 »liali«-r a !i<t only aend their nle* fre**, bu t pay MWFK. <u o . p . IOIWKM. K Co. for thalr S4jr- yhMN. (i f der« are scce|iad for a single ]>*per a* wall as for a hi)gvr lint ; for a Kindle dollar a a readily a a for a lir;;er sum. A<ldrea« the American New*)%p*r Ad\elt]»lM|/ AgeUCy. 41PAR#^K COMFORT carrntt. Has nn dissgreaabj* snli> U'«TI« cr *\rf.*\f acid until wh« & pr*»ared t>>r uie, but H: a i Icaiar.; and barmli as. CRUMBS Are eat op in neat' • iflr- and ta a fo. m mors e*m»*nt*nt fo» use than any other pvlish. OF In rp,h b^w s^s II t«f|-;l •Ml'* »ij- fir . ,! f r *VT atOTS, il'iii all NVatla is f us tu). COMFORT ! Are the cheapest poM*h in the run* k« t bee ui<* ore box at jlOcent* will polish as mud luifai* «• SS cent*' worth < f th* #,!•' p«i)isliet \CRUMBS Cl f *t •••••\ f>*»>\. 1 rfV1 Ag»rit t wanteil. Se t d t*^ I »> » • >n p t.i A 11. BUi^A C . S• Lorj 1 s. Mo Ci 1 W * rt¥V 9'*nr ( tvt**d to Agents. O. kf BrjLLJ •^ 1 '^ -* • • A • '. I »• ti I'-ntl a»rf (.i flalM tii^r* %**1 OF • i*>\ mitb eeYeral rf th* bist « f the aid I to^e polnhSt. Harajnst lak*n tbe fltat premium at tbe Indiansnolia F.ipt •itioo, I n compett- COMFORT Boy C^raTBi or Cosront of your atrM /'k* eprr, If be baa tbem. or will procur* th* r n f r tr- u , 0 i ft. sand ns ona dollar, your nam* aid tb- t.atna rf yotir urareat express station, »rd v f * H' • no y(»u Ian b our a. and i*oi| laa of Bartlctt I Bia kiLg and Pear 1 Bluetig free o f c* at. Ca CMS* or COMFOKT inn b e h»d of all Wbolef si* Orocera and Dealers in the t'r 1 »e«l St^tes *i,d Ke- tall pealara will Si.d tb*m tb** tno*t protit*ble, froaa th* fa * t tbat they are .ho f-lttet Stllll f article of ibe k»nd in the maiktt. H. A. BARTLETT A CO., 115 Horth Front St^otU PtiladerjtM^, 143 Chambers Street. New Ycrk. 43 groad Street, Boston. • : TWO WAWIVIFK KaT CHURCH ORGANS. (fiecond ban<*.) Two tfaiiu ^1* * orh 2\d^Pt»t. V*«iy cheap. Can h~ seen at 11 I. HlMi rVF.I.f | No 40 U'rst l k th ' 4 treet N 2t« A* York. Organ Factorj. No 40 west Pth y 'r< et Descriptions forwarder! on *.j,| | M ,t<« n W oman. Men.Girls and B yi wat tc t 'o rell <mr French and Aai\rlear» J.v« J- y, B \ k\. Onmes, ir. No capital n«»» e V r'atal mi.-, f . n,, d< . **u\ tr*^. V. O XJCKrHY A t'n, A'l^ ^|y Me. ••Sitf ItKT UK HITCFUN I\ WALL ST. * pagas Bnl'». Bearp P't fit* <o. j u« ai d < * ilt r CCf ting f 10 to f 100 Matled f <r • t&rm iyv.lennn* ''iirnb'tdaTeA C«... Bat-k' r». Bi • k*\ - .V« W*V St> X. MFW NEW YORK, 1873-4. WEEKLY, SEMI WEEKLY, AND DAILY. THE WEEKLY SUN is too widely known to require anjexU»oded reoommenda- tion; bu! the re-asous wbi^h lisve already given it fifty thousand aul>acfibers, and which will, we hope, give it many thousands mors, are brieflr as follow a: _ It is* first rate newrpaper. AH the news of the dsy will b« found In it, tvm. dens*»d whin unimjiorUDi, at full length when of moment, and always presented in a clear, intr*lli^iblr>, and Interesting manner. It la a first rate family pajn-r, full of enteHalnlngsndlnptr^rtiTereHtdlri^of rvety kind, but routainiug nothing that can offend the most delicate and scrupulous I«?A It Is a firbt-rate rMory paper. The b*et tales and romances of current Lteratui* are caiefully selected and legibly printed In Its pages. «.„__* § , / It is a first-rate agricultural paper. The most fresh and Instructive articles oi agricultural topics regularly appear In this department. It Is an inJepon lent political paper, belonging to no party, and wearing S. ^op lar. It fliflits for principle, and for the election, of the beet mm to o_ -• - peciallv d.-vntes its enerafi^s to tha exposure of tha great it cor'u^.ous that now wwi'kei and disgrace our country, and threaten to undermine ,. -i^ichii inMltuiioLS altogeiher. It has n» U ar <.f knaves, and asks no favor ;m their Hupportars. It reports the fashions for the ladlos, and the maiAetsfor the men,especially ths CAttla marketa t o whie.h i t paya particular atU>n'..on, Fin.il v it'is the rheaiN-st p*,>er publlaiMK*. ODC dollar a veir will srrtireU for snv subHCiIb, r It Is n-1 nece^.U I gex upa club in order t«U THE WEEKLY tiUS at this ratf*. Ao; one who sends a single dollar will get the paper fur a year. TlIF WKKK I.V «rifa-Eight pagas, flfty-«U Ooltuow. Only |1 .OO a year, no df*coiio*s fn»m il<if mi' __ j . TI1R HKMI-%* RFKLT arw.-8am*slsi as the Dally Sea, |t.00 a year. A dieecmntof 20 ,MI c* nt. u> C^iiWe of IO or qvcr. THK DAII v atJN.-A l*ryt5 four pagePLaauapsr of tw^ttty-atfbt Oolnmns. BaHy necalatioa ovt-r 120,000 All the ne^afor « raois. ^kb*aVtpCk« priOS SOOSOUS inWb.Oi i« * J***. To Ciub* uf 1 o of ovar, a discount of SO pat eaau aUlaVssa, ••THal %VJt^ Hsw T#rH CUf. i^^aaf • 4& ' * ->« .V Li t ' i > r • t t / \ !*»•- *

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