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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1870, Anderson, Indiana                                 tmsss  ns«  AiBmkjt tti jUipiey tod ''Fron^Mt^  oiw«r^ threatened on aocoont oi tk« noaiiia-iion of Prioee htopoH for tb^ thme of^in; hftt ^ laM been made on tho pretext of «n tocivil-ity to the Freneh Embuaador at Berlin. The diiBeii]!^ on the  part of France has been frotlMhe for an hour. The latest improre-  iirst a fraudulent quarrel, and it «cnt« i» «»^a^ ordinance, armor ^«.¡„.^ ™  isfittHi,ih.titBho.ld culminate P'atin, and new -ystem. of  in a«plomaUe falsehood so gross tack and defense, have all been thittbe-world cin hardly feel ac- «^opted. Splendid turret ves* riously angry at it. War be-scls, fit to rival the English ships tween Franco and Trussil has I Monarch and Captain, rams, gun-been inevitable ever Bidcc the re-jboata, floating batteries, eighteen ©Ionization of Germany. The ¡iron clad frigates, mounting from  IndiAiwpolis. Hence, beiag^À»-ly im Indiana invention, «o «an  S^li^îf k^Înd^î iÌSA Hb ^ WÜ »t  to wíLplisbr¿g«the" ^  with the opinions of competent «rlEffitiM USTf  parties who have nsed and ex- •  aminedit. Ctttte, TlMTMIgi Bni*  Oitae mm,:,  Oiwk iSW^,,, •>• • •• ».••••• Ä  The Dryer consists of half a  I----------------„------,---------„----¡dozen seives, resembling in some Bitn.4 7MnolAMid  Bonaparte dvnxsty can maintain twelve to thirty-two guns each, respects an ordinary flour seive. BaU,a  itselfonlyb^ tickling the Frcnch and a multitude of sma-ller yes-jl^tcad, however, of using wire '»^tr^ifi.:::::......  passion-for glory, and all Europe are included in this splendid^^he ^seive^^art^ has felt that Napoleon must soon^tnaratime force.  Bull calf..  IM  .M  .. i .. 4 t  to SSSÄjSÜ  make some to recovcr  desperate movement the prestige he lost  Prussia also has some magnificent armored ships, but she is rfA^^.tk^ w^V.* Jn«™atch for France on the sea,J„j^^ner that when placed on top  dia^ngthe seven weeks war of and Napoleon can easily «ariy j^f each other they fit do^^^ to^.  out his nurpose of blockadingIgether, something in the manner most of the Praasian ports. Itjin ^hich the jointt of a stove pipe IS doubtful if any serious engage-Lfe fitted. JJetween each seive  Li'C cane, thus pre-jOow, 4 TeanoU ud orar..'......• 4  tendency to rust. » r»" oW and w.......• ^ »  made of sheet ..........- • J  , « . , ',tuneri t year Ma•  itructed in such a Heifer taS..................S t  rben nlaced on ton BMtkerd....................• 4  ▼atielgr dtMtey wai«........  lÀM« Work.  t>Q«bb «arriii» IMCMM........  ventmiç any The sides are  are constructed in such  be borne on th<$ llkine, in the midst of that net work of fortresses ifpon vrbich the military engineers of ?o many generations  la u^/»»...». ».«fe-ft^-jr^ nttea. j>ecween eacn seive jj^» »t»« ........  ment takes place on the waterJther« is a space of.anout three ..............I  The brunt of the carapai-n will ,„ches in which the ffuit is placed ....... —..........!  Kkine, in the ^^ile drying. The lower part is made of sheet iron. Altogether when the six sections- are placed one upon another, the d^yer is  1$66 and the disastrous experiment of the Latin empire of Slex-ico. The question of the Spanish throne was his first cenvenient pretext; he has waited just long lenoagh to inspire his people with visions of conquest, and excite their brains with the roll of drums and the blaze of red trowsers, and tiow he hnrries toward the Uhine. The original cause ot complaint has been removed: the Kin«; o Prussia has refused  Prince Leopold's ...... ^^ ^^^ .  Spain has offered to reject it; tlielmight almost gay have drilled in ij^^'ir buildVn'','an^ are now l»rinee himself has formally with-'ji^^ fields. Ever since Jhelprepared to turn them out in any  ^rawn; but these circumsUnces[g:^i^tnrSni  have had no weight wit. iSapo- „ stron, j>laces, and .lien theii'rTer is iar^lr  icon; the question of the tlu-one|Clasb of battle comes she will'gi^Q ^^ly costs $10 at retail, while is forgotten, and Spain is con-.liave in her fivor almost everyig^j^^lcr size can be obtained lemptuously motioned aside as ifscience has to. Now when it is remem-  ,Hairer« 1 year Md... .  * Heifer eatf................ .. S  Best licrd •*•••«•• m • •••• m S  rvll Btoea fti|4 «rade CatOe.  (>iw,4y«M»oMdW»v«r..-......fS  Oow,Sy*an ottaaiovtr...«...« 4. Cow, Sytara «ti....... .......  Jl4  . 1  . «  . t . »  .4  •I  BoMlMri.............. ......•  Steers and ITal Cattle.  Toke wofk cattk...........  Ste«r,8yc«nold«ad over....... S  , - -r— —--------— 8t««r, i yoMi ®I4 «ad orer....... 4  have expended their ingenuity.icomplete, and in the smaller size ft^--. i................f  Here Prussia lias the advanta"e8 ¡g about 18 inches in height. Theil^"'!'..................J  of previous possession and thenmufacturers in theselF^^.I most minute acquaintance withi,machines for the larger part off jJthe courtry. tor years her ^ j^hnson & Co.,  ItUl^  _ irakhstastho«........  ^'.Lw fiiiaa.......... ......  t MbNäMclMiH......  îSar..!".:-.:-.:/.:::::::::  Itimmmtm trtjk  1 IIo4........................  8 AWMtawtctf edge tools......  Frilti.  Peck of winter apalee .. ».  PeckofMlepplw...........  Beet aad largest variety of ap. plas .tt..» ,,,, ,»» ,,,*,,.$$  aoc  MB iOs I0«  so*  ■«'»CAM*'» 41  li.•«...!( i  Oowofal^ .....«.....S  Bdeeefaiyage...•...*••»#•••.. §  9o.w«fa«f afe..............v.. 9  B«élt4Caar«c4.1»ag^>^.....*  aaeitetaàiyMtkfiâe^mt........•  Kwa, In Krair WW......»....... 1 -  Or^lt beiag elftMiily «Seatt la tt< cla<léta aattallwrtielae mtHkr^milku ^mÈak,Ùmìtam if« ISffial «e preeeM fbraaUUt^iaqrtpMlÌMa «TdMlrwMk, wli«heriatM«li9teraet. AB artMés «T sucfl wfU seeelTe appropriate ^adintit >«b4 «ora «baa atéal can aad atleatíea wfflbegiifvato AisdaiMKtaMat.  Ucarj , Draft llorses.  jeare old aad orer.....SS  3 years old.............5  r yc&rf ol4 aad over. ..w.. S ' >eai-s old...............4  Light draft  the quarrel, begun ostensibly on her account, was one with whic!  devised for a dofovding force. She MTill have a patriotic and en-'Mtliusiaetio people supporting her, fehc really had nothing to do. Thejand a just cause to i,'ive her confi-battle now is for territory, not dence. From present appear-  now IS principle. •  The war we suppose will bo a «evcre one, though it is not likely to be long.  Europe now-a-days can not iiear contests of years' duration-War is too costly, the politics of Ihe continent are too complicated,  anccs it would seem that tuc odds are all in her fuvor; but how well obtained she is really prepared for battle, ihnw well she has i)i-eserved the admirable organization which gave her such a superiority in 1800, are questions which can only be answered by the test of war.  Eg[r3.  nnd dN-nasties are too infirm. A 1 r p xt  . , 1 • • lui«- 1 We read with a fcelini? of the  few weeks of fi-hiing m I8O0 de-^^  Btroyed the old German empire, .^lan in lilinois recently received,  made Austria prrctically a second at a "daniilio;! visit." tlic enor-  i-ate power, eftccted a new con-»"»us nuirthcr of <J72 SI  federation of the German States,^^^ ^^  J • J T> -A * V- • l^oi'ini;. frym  and raised Prusci4 to such a poaching, scrambling, omelettes, The re'suTtTa threatening pre-eminence among;——i.i:« the military powers that her rivals hastened to make peace on  ^;,'-saucc nuddin;;« and cake may machines."  be resorted to, but the capacities  of the clergyman's faiuily lor eat-  , . . A I in? a'o pr.obably livnitbd. Now.  the best terms they coul<I. A1 ...  , , ,, , lour idea for the disposition of  few weeks more will probably de-Uijjg o^jne mass would be for the cide whether Prussia shall retainU-everent man to put himself and her precedence, or the first place liis family into feather integu-hercafter belong to France. So ^icnts and hatch out as many as , , r . .. possible. He nnght do his share  far as we can judge Irom  v.hiie writin;* his ser-  tical returns, the two powers arejj^ons. Chickens—boiled, broiled, almost evenly matched, but thelfricassed, roasted, in a i>ie—  bered that from 65 to $8 worth of work per week will be done by one or these machines on an ordinary cookinf stove, and that, too, without requiring any extra help in the kitchen, some idea can "of their utility. At this rate but ten days use will pay the en'ire price of one. So simple is the whole machine that it is adapted to a etove of any description upon which there is simply ropm for it to stand. To show how popular this invention is where it has been used, we will give the following letter from II. liell Si Co.; of Knightstown, Ind. He says :  "Two months i-incc E. Johnson & Co., manufacturers of your Caiversal Fruit Dryer, sent us one machine to have tried in roasting,'this neighborhood. AVe did so.  we have sold fifty  «awi^it'^  ' m^ '•^'liS^' 'mH .............  iSHiiei:«» «i^ ^ -^^H^mm^mmir mm «e  IW^Ém «a «tt-il lMli'"Ül|:MÍriM wmte«niMlbriMGk ^iwiiam ¡tmn^ MdMaluMM MocaAña-tlN afP^^^ÍM» el át^ will la t<ii|sM to fo. fèdi. Ho »ar%a award»  aáli «asa wM tlM le ao eoatpefl^ was leí oiwawrittee report a» at^de m 'mn" I«ádesá|jerf4r ««id«, bv i all jMiBlef «f wiO reoehro a badge of nsHt Wboro tbayare^epriTOdof pmnivan ia ieaaae-qaetteeofa ww* of cosapetkiMi ; thai is smm fftM^ be «» of  •rmUmHk nenjieriaa «wr pi —hi 1 iamJar to iaswaaint.ora fiiet eadeeoaad firái  BULES ASD EEGIJUTIVKS.  PeckufMit«................. 904  Best and Utf^Tariety of pears. 1  Pedkofpeadbes............... SO«  I'ai;gestTarlcty of peachcs......9  LargestTarietyofgn^... ... S Best quality ot grape»..........9  flowers:  Stallion, 4 years old and orcr... «. t  StallioD, 3 years old............. S  Mare, 4 years old and orer........S  Mitre, a years old..............4  General Purposes.  StalUon, 4 years old and orer.....$•  Btfllliun, 3 vears old.............4  Stallion, S yeari old.............4  Stallion, 1 year old............8 S  Horse colt....................9 S  Mare, 4 years old and orer........• S  Mare. 3 years old.......... .....4 t  Mare, S years old...............S 1  Mare colt.....................9 t  ^dcldlngs—Heavy Draft.  OeldUifi;s, 4 yean old ead orar... .94 9  Light Draft  Gildings, 4 years old and orer ....#- 8  General Purposes.  Oelding, 4 years old and orer.....t 9  Gelding, 3 years old.............4 9  Gcldiai;, 9 years old.............4 t  Saddle and Baggy Horses.  Saddle he: e or mare...........$5 3  Sii^l« driring horse or raare...... i 9  Fair of iDatched horses or mares,  owned ly one man............. 9 4  Pair of num horses or mares,  .owned by one man............4 9  Speed.  Fastest trotting horse or mare... .$40 SO 10 Fastest pacing horse orm.ire.30 10  Best Tariety of roses....... . ...fl  Best and mrgcst Tarieiy rerbcnat.. I Best and lai^t rariety genunioms. 1 Best and largest rariety of anrl  kind...... ........ . ......: I  B<»t and largest rarietr of ftower-  ing shra!».................... t  Bost and largest Tariety erer*  P»«"......................1  Btist and largest rariety of dalilia^. t  SI Best round Lioqaei............. |  2 Best flat tooqua................ l  Calinarj.  Batter, S pomnds...........  Cheese, ft poands...........  Specimen of cake...........  lioaf breadmaJa lady....  Honey, box or jar............  Maple molasses, galloa.......  Soi^oim molasses, galloa. Maple  .tf  . 1 . 9 i 1 . 9  . I 1  50 SO •0  10  so  90  50 50 90  Maple sagar, 10 poands......... 1  Com meal, half bosbel........... SOe  Wheat flow, barrel. ...........9  Bnckwhcat flow, iO poands...... SOe  Apple Mly..................... 90  Apple batter................. I  Caaned fndts, bett rariety........ 9  1-, • •• Tl 1 it i ............ tu 5  •rom tins it TTlll UC seen that Fastest racking hsrse or mare____10  this could be made qutlo an item  Victory will remain with the one whose reserves can be more read* ily mobilized and whose organisation will work the more perfectly. Theoretically every able bodied adult both in France and in Prussia is a soldier during his prime of life; but in France there are many exemptions and iu Prassia there are few. In Prus-9ia, moreover, there is a larger |>opalation to draw from than in France, for in time of war all the forces of the non-confederated  would n-íTord a But 972 in must be discouraging.  chancre of diet, one family!—it  A curious law fuit, involving what was j»ractically a case oi" slander on an actress's nose, was lecidcd the other day in an Eng-  in the trade of our country merchants. Of course as all articles of this kind there is a good profit to*the party who buys at wholesale. A n limber of the hardware men of Indianapolis took it into theia trade last fall and winter, and quite a niimUer were sold, and so thoroughly were they im-pressed with its utility that they, witii oth?ri?, gave it the following unfjnaliCtd jcudorseincnt :  '*\Ve, the undersigned, merchants and businoss men of Indianapolis, would state we have sold the Universal Fruit Dryer, patented by Israel Ilogelund,  Btates of Soatl). Germany will he'i  by  August 17th, 18lI9, and regard it as the only practical Family Fruit J * . Dryer in use, and most cheerfully  . agread to publish a enouruge its introduction. Its  cartoon represontmg t vo popular ^^^^^ ^^^^^ of evsry  family; its construction adapting it tor garden, orchard and field products."  This certificate is signed by C. J. Brackeubush, R. L. & A. W. at, Austin H. lirown, Tute-ro's, Case, Parker & Co., Vaneamp & Jackson, J. T. Lay-  Jaeks and Hnles.  Jacks, 3 years old and orcr......$S 9  Jennie, S years old and over......4 9  Mule, S years old...............9 9  Mule, 1 vear old...............9 9  Mnle coU..................9 1  Pair mules, shown ia harness.... 4 ' 9  Swine.  Boar, S years old and orar........4  Boar, 1 year oli and orar.......ft 3  Bo«r, ov.'r 6 months.............9 S  iww, two years old and orer......ft 9  Sow, 1 year old and orer.........4 9  Sow, orer < months..............4 9  Sow, under 6 months.............9 S  Pair of pig), orerS month'«........4  Pair of pi;,'s. under 6 months......4  Suw antl litter of 6 pig!«........ •  Litter uf° pi .rs, six in nuiaber, thrue mouilis old and orer.........9  Carrant leliey.................1  Grape jelly...;................I  Apple ddtir...... ••.. ...... I  Bdst rariety of jellies ...........9  Cider rine^pur..................l  Vegetables,  Irish potatoes, half bnshel........$1 to  Early Irish potatoes and spring v  body....................I 50  Sweet potatoes, half bnshel........1 60  Onlous, peck................... 1 fto  Tomatoas, peck................ 1 fto  BveM, half bushel............... | ftO  Cabbasfe, 6 heads................ 1 ftO  Pumpkins, 3...................1 fto  Squashes, 9 .................. 1 50  Unskmelons, 9.................. 1 50  Watermelons. 9......."»...>...« 1 tU  Tamips, half bashel.............1 ftO  liast and ^re^est r.triety regeto-  Uea, piodacod by one person.... • 9  Grains«  White com in ear, half bushel.....1  Yellow corn in ear, half bushel. .. 1  liorainy, peck................... SOe  jHops. peck..................... ftOe  I White wbe*t. halt bashel.........  Red wheat, hall bashel............  1st l^Vair wOlbeopeatodMHoilS, to eompete ia iB eaie« Cer prcmiams,  9d. Arti<^ maj he «atered atanytiae b^weea th^ and the secoad daj of th« Fair, at lOo'diock A. x.  9d. All antilas for prcmiams shall be fn», except as hareinafter ptoirided, and no aaimal or article shaQ be allowed to cobipcte for more than one premium, ax cept when the animal or wrtide is ased nith other animals or artieles to make ap a clas« or herd, aad lb«i an entry tee of one dollar be char^ied; Imt all persons wiU be allowed to eompote Ibr swcapst^Les widio«t.regard to^ntry.  4th. All paruee reoahrteg praalams sltaQ ba Hablf to a dedmetioa of tw«tty per erat. of til« prcmiam awarded, except whom an eatoasoe foe ^11 hart ban paid; the« no dednctaoa slmll be mac a.  ftA. The abort picmisms wiU bt ptdd ia tvtry testaace, provided, howvrtr that if Aeioedptsoftfie Fair, ia conseqaenct ofOeiadomeBcrofthtweadiar, or other nafiMwetca eaase, shaU (hU short of meet iog the ««rrent ^expiensea of tbt Fair, a pro raai dtdndioa ta lU piemi«ms wiU bt mate, and artidaa of BMrit, and wordir of preminms, udMre ao preminm has been offered, will reotire eompHmeaUry premiums, and wiU be .iadieatied hy appropti ate badges.  Cth. If embers of <bt awarding committees are requested to report themsrtrcs to the Secretary euly in the morning of the day upon ithidi thdr scrriees will be rcqoircd.  7th. Badges good for tiie Fair for fam' ilies, 99. lBdiridaal8, fl.  Sth. Stoefcholdars to tiie amovnt of f 10 shall be entkltd to an iadiridaal member Mhip badge, and stockholders to the amonnt of thirty dollars shall be entitled to a lam ily memba^hip badge, aad a stockholdei to the amoont of tlO, by pi^mg 91^ shall  SP8ClᣠimifiEBé  HqglMtafhafiagllM^iflraitQfeárl a»« tacMlaetl l^*dhaBet of pmüittqi.  M tWiy card ^hatt be iiaaad «adi tht te^ ara eoaiidlo^th.  BxamfaM«iB|rBrally tht litt aad Ottemiae for what premMmtyoa will eompeie, he« fore 7<m andtrtakt to make «ttijî».  All exhibiMn of sMdt wffl ha eartñil la Miectlag Aeir plaoee ^«atry, at coanait-teet win he iastractcd to awaid ¡Htsmiams to appropriate elasset, regardleu of ^»eed or ^oe.  Whea yom hare strerai to orice,  ptepart a list at home, so tiwt yoa may not delay others or make m^tdtee.  Bt eartCil to make your entriw ia tíme, as the W>ofci win posithtly be elosed aad placed in tht heads of Ihe committee at  icB o'clock A. M. of the seroad day.  THE PATENT TESTtíim.  now Dltorees art Troenreû-A Lcaäi&sr Medium ta th^ Toils of tbe Law-A War-raot for tlie Arrest of tbe Notorious Geston.  lo  80  tots  ÇAK .SATB MONET 4f|baylntai  94C4  ' .-IJJIil"  It has been Ion? notoriots tliat divorces are obtained or «itempt-cd to be obtained, by ,?ery qnes-tionable means. One of the most frequent means resoi ted to is to enter a snit whilo the defendant is absent. It appears there are certain i^rsonsin this citjr who make a business of procuring iritneMes who will swear to anything and everything they inav be asked to swo%r to. O^e of these, as is alleged, a notorious one, too, is Henry W. Gestoii. Affidavits were made in the Tombs Police Court, yesterday, before Justice Ilogan, that this same man.Ges-ton, ia the suit of Mrs. £hza Gowan against her husband, John Gowan, charging him with adult-erf^ peijured himself shametullj-It -was alleged in the suit for divorce that John Gowan had  lish court, liy way of advertising a ccrtain theater, a periodical airread to publish 'pres. „ . . ■ actresscp and their mana^icr riding the Derby race; but when the picture was linished tlie artist had made such a fri^^htful botch of Miss Hamilton's nose that the raana<jer refused to pay the biil.i  inp i  m:in, J, 11. Yajen and U, L. Lu-kens, all well known, and nearly all dealers iu articles of this  Sheep.  Fine wool back, 1 year old and  orcr....................$4  Fine wool buck lamb..........9  Fine wool ewe, 1 rear oW and orer. 4  Fiue wool ewe lamb...........9  Ijtmg wool bnck, 1 year old and  orer........................... 4  Long wool bnck lamb............9  Lon<; wool ewe, 1 year old and  oTor........................4  wool ewe lamb..........<.9  Middle wool back, 1 year old aod  orar.........................4  Mi.i'lle wool ba'-k lamb.........9  Miit'lle wool ewe, 1 y»Jkr old and  orer........................4  ^fl(l<Ue wool uvvd lamb..........  L^oesior cots wold and souUidowa oud a year old..............t  Poultr/.  LMcCWai  , , _ JThe publisher of the comic paper! ftt Prussia's absolute disposal. Inkrou^iht an action for the amount, ^ the couree of the debate the other and thou;rh the jud^re himself de-daj in the French Corps Legisla* dared that the nose in tiie picture tiff on the proposal to reduce the ^V"® «'¡«^^b'  via uu kuw J/I p ,, ^ . Mjss llamiltou 8 face, the juryi,.-^»  contingent of 1861 (that is, the verdict for iwentv-ffvc ri^]' „ ^^^^ r-, •  thenumberofnew troops to be j^ounds. Thi. seems to -tubli.h,,,^!--^^^^^^^ ^i^oterenJc raised by recruiting and sub-ithc principle that m the eye ^^^^^^^ Besides, sun  scripting) from30D,000 to'500,000, the kw .tiH no injury to an act-;,j^j^j ^^^^^^ ^^ ^  the Count de la Tour said. "Even [^¿y^;» change which detracts much from|i.,irBr.n»t»«. chicten,.  .rith an annual contingent ofl'^dt ^t hive it take, irom ¡Pair chickens..........  100,000 men our military forccsjferent.  lire inferior in number to those of iXBIAXA-iiEilGUO WING TRADE Germany;" and in another part ot  Kogclaud's InlTcrsal Frnlt Dryer  SpriQK wlieat, half bnsbel.........  Barley, bulf barbel.....  ;)Oms, bale bnshcl......  • ;Kve. iMlfbushol.....  Buckwheat, half bashcl...........1  ('lorer surd, half bashel........ 1  Timothy seed, half banhol........ 1  Plax seed, half bashel........... 1  Bine :;rass seed, ball' bushel...... 1  Best and largest rariety, not ksa than i rarioties.............. 4  Domcslie Fabrlca.  Silk qnilt.....................9  Patch work qnilt...................9  White quilt..................9  Domestic euanterpane.............9  Cotton eomfort................9  Wool earpet..................9  Rag carpet......................9  Pair silver span^lo'l Poland j ..».$1  11 Vir Spinisli c!iickeni...........1  I l'air (]^r>cíiin Clilna chicken«...... 1  1 1  Flannel, 5 yards...  Table diaper, i yards...........  I^iud.'ter domcxtie, 9 yards......  J^ans domestie, 5 yards..........  Stocking yam, 9 poands.......  Pair of wool stockin(;s............-  fair of wojI socks..............  Pair of wool socks, by jrouag lady  SOe 50e ftOe ftOe (ue  50e  tour to six days to dry by the sun,!............... *  by ti,i, prooc but from six toiicl;:,-,,^-;;:.;;;;;;;;;;;; |  ander twelro years ol Pair of wool glorM. bv yoan^Jady ^ ander twelre years old .. .77.... SOe  •'J Pair of blankets.................9  50 i fair of sheen...................1  501 P.Ur of pillow cases.............. 50e  50 Knit shawl..................... 1  53¡Dress coat..................9  5w Paati........................ 1  his speech he stated the effective military force of France to be 810,000 men and that of Gcr-piany 1,608,000. Practically there will be no such disproportion M thiü between the armies which the two natioii: cafl bring face to face in the field, ana we «hall not t>e far from the truth if We pl*ce the effeciire force of France on a war foo^g at 7a0,000 men, and ihat of Prussia (ineludins South Germaay) at 970,000. Both are^ ftdmirablj or^nized and equiped. In the war of 1866 Prussia required only fourteen days to mobilize her entire reserfe, and it is probable that both she and Franoe will be able to move with equal or greater eelerity now.  Bot if Prussia has a prcponder-aaee of strength on land, France IaI «I oTerwhelming superiority in h«r Bary. To the improre-Best of tliis arm of the servicc •he lias deT0t«4 ^'»S the last few jrearr eiütmons samt of money, mi4 tlim it no fleet in tlM WArld, exeept that of Great mlM m eopt with hers  The suhjcct of fruit raising nnd the bcft manner of preserving the same for use after the season is past, are quostions that are press-iDf themselves more and more every year upon the minds of our  twelve hours are consumed. Thus;p^aiovrU  the fine qiiulities of the fruit are I'air Poland dnt-k^.......  arc 'not chani^ed as in the sun proccsa» To show the diSercnce in v:iluc in fruit dried by the old process we give tho following which is from Messrs. Vancainp & Jackson, the proprietors of the Indianapolis Fruit JIousc:  "In our sales of frtlit, the plcs dried on your Dryer, brin;;  people. There are but few of u. ^wo cents more per Poand  »'-"i' • • " •• g^jj,J or fifty cents more on the bushel!  'than the kiln dried fruit."  who are not partial to fruit,  some way we will have it if it can be obtained. Many have supposed tliat but few fruits can  be kept in aiij other way than by canning, preserving or pickling. This idea, however, is fast giving way as the new system of r/pid drying is becoming the better known. In fact there arc but few Iruits, if any, that can not be successfully kopt in this way  Hay fork  ,, , .1 „ Straw cutter....................  Much more might be said of iiow for eeaoral pvposes. this truly valuable invention, but " the space allotted to these articles will not allow it. Many of our lady readers might sell quite a number of these Dryers in their neighborhood without going out of the houie, by having one on their kitchen stove. Mr. Hogo-^jland is willing to pay parties who iwill sell in this way. By sending  Pair Muiif^ova dacks............  Variet» of pi;^ >ons...............  Case of canaries.................  Show of poultry, four varieties by  one person..................4  OiUer yaricties, same premium.  Farm Implements«  Farmwa^n....................95  9 9 9 1 a  4 9 9 4 9 9 9  Throshin;; machine........  Windmill, tested on jfroiuuls,.....  Com shcller, toatod oa grounds...  Dritto him, or to Messrs. E.'Johnson when llogeland s Ln,versal Dr^l^ ç ' ^ Indianapolis, any toc er is thoroughly introduced, an;!*^^^:' information ciû be ob-the coHveniences of dried fruit of miurmauv« v*«  every kind ia fully appreciated, there will be many who now ridicule the idea of drying our smaller  taine<L__  The Mohammeilans  say  thai  Harrow.  Cum plow..... .!..< .........  fiod plow....................  HuUitoil plow.................  (iorsa hay r^.............  Uroand rolki..................  Carrlaseau  Two bnrse earritse... ..........  Top bn-iary.....................  Opvn bnjTjjy...................  S^tfing wagoa.................  fS . 4 , 9 . 4  SO 60 »<) SO 60 60  Vest.......................... I  Oenti' fimiïhing goods, displayed ia case...................... 9  Fancy Neeúlc.Wori, Domestie.  9 9  Millineiy work, displayel in case. .$3  Dresses, display of...............9  Calico drefts.................... 80e  Cknts'shlti4, Matest made.......1  Chemise, neatest made........... 1  Tapestrr, t^-imenor........... 1  «ilk emoroidery, sr  63 SO >60 60 6U 60 60 6U 6U  8  60 60 60 60  60  1  Woaa Wark. .........14  ........9  one hour of justico is worth more fruits, who will be found busy, in'than several years of prayer, the fruit season, in laying in a " •« ^ -  store for winter.  This dryer, patented Yeütiqj^^TMr.  1  V  was only . is the in-Ì Uo|elaad|  If you would be pungent, be brief; for it is with words as with sunburns, the more they are eondoaffed iht deeper they  bara«  Farnltare ani  nresfing bareaa. i ..  TtiniasmliU......  Tlocklnz ebair...,.. ....... 1  Setofcliairi................9  IBi-d'itead.....................i  Wash Staad.................  Chnm............................I  Cooper ware display..........9  iPanel door...... ..........  Window blirds.............1  Pnmo.......................9  .ueiviece................... 1  .........♦  Milk embroidery, snocimen of... . 1  Braid, sneeimei or 1  Worstaa, spodraea o(......................1  Cbencal work, specimea of................1  Bead work.............. ......1  Shall work, specimen of.................1  Wax work, specimea of.......... t  Porelsi Faaej Needle Work.  Hair worii, speeimen of... t.... 4. 1  Omataental needle work..........1  Crochet lace, specimea of.........1  Cbak tidy...i......«......... 1  Lamp mat...................... l  Fancy needle work, rariety of...9  Toilot set.......................  t1nc««bion...>........... ...i.  Worsted, bost spacimen.........  Bead woit......................  Waa work.................. ...  Silk embroidery., it.... ........  irtlstie*  Dagverréoèyptag, specime« of...i  Pbotographinf, speetmen ot......  Laadaeapa paiotiaf, la oil........  Oil naintinf..................  Landseape painting, ia pencil.....  Fancy painting................  Ornamental painting, water colors. Eagraviags, lot of..............  committed adultery with one Liz-be entitled to a family membersyp badge, ,ie Smith; that he had been Been and stoekholde« to the amonnt of $90, by ^^jth this woman at Nlblo's thea-ni/iag 50 cents, ahaU be entitled to a fam- ter, after leaving which place he Uy badge, and snch badges shall admit all went in compnny»rith said Lizzie  to a house in Elizabeth street, and thence to a house in Hester street, ind further, that Geston swore he had seen Gowan several times going into a house in Thirteenth street, with one Emily Fowler, with whom also it was sworn he had been seen at Tam' many theater; that with both these women he had committed adultery. Now Gowan appears und states in his affidavit that every word sworn to by Geston was a wilful and malicious lie, and brings a witness, Noble A. Hamilton, of Third avenue, who corroborates his statement. Gowan says he never knew and does not know this Lizzie Smith, nor does he know this Emily Fowler» That so far from his being at Niblo's theater, on the eiichteenth day of May, 1869, Hamilton was in Gowan's company at the the latter's residence ¿0 Gramercy Pai k, from 6 p. m. till 10 p. m. on the 18th of May, 1869, and further,that Gowan left this city about 5 p. m. on the 22d of May, Hamilton accompanying Gowan to the depot, whence he, Gowan, went to Pittsburg, Pa., where he remained ti I the moaning of July 4,1869, when he returned to this city, remaining here for six days, when he again left for Pittsburg, Pa., whence he came to Now York, only in answer to a telegram from Hamilton after the divorce suit had been commenced.  As " the ¿^)ve dates show Gowan to have been absent from the city on tho occasions when his guilt is alleccd to have occurred, it is claimed that Geston wilfully and maliciously perjured himself in his evidence, and it is further denied by Gowan that he was ever introduced to, or was acquainted with this Geston. The judgment in the suit was signed against Gowan during his absence from the city, but on his return  the male members oi the fiunily ander 31 years of age, and all the females of any age, during the Fair. Tickets for families, 91 50; tickets for indiridnals, 95 cents. AU tickets to be taken np at ihe gate, and good for oae admission only. 9th. No pass will be granted. lOih. Persons found transferring badges, f g ' so as to take advantage of die rules of tbe 50'Fair, will be pobUdy expoeed by the Mar-»i> shal.  ^^ lldi. On tite entry of articles cards wilflia fnrnished to the exhibitor by tbe Secretary, with tlte number and class, as entered on the books, rdiich mast be placed oa tba rtspactire articles.  19th. Ko artieie will be admitted within the eadosnre nntil it is properly entered, anloss by order of the Board.  19th. Ho change of entry wiU ba allowed after tUe persons and articles hare been admitted inside the enclosure •  14th. All articles entered for exb ibltion mnst be delircred up to the eomraitiee o!' arra^ments, to be properly arran;j;ed by ihem.  ISth. Discretionary eatrie^ will be made in the miscellancons department.  16th. Exhibitors are notiiied not to re-raore tlie articles .On exhibition daring the Fair, except by permhsion ot tiie Board.  17 th. Tiic Botfd reserre the right to withhold preminms wltere articles ar« not sniBciently racritoriou). *  ISth. All articles mnst be properly arranged wltliin the enclosure by 10 o'clock ot tlM second day of the F:ur.  Th'y Board will withhold preminres where there is etllsnce tiiat any nadne in« Anonce or management has been resorted to by exhibitors or others eoncorned, to procure preminms o.i articles or animals.  9JUi. fijcltibltors who enter two head of horses, eattle, assss «r mules, or fire head of sheep or bogs, will be entitled t» hare oae hand admitted to the ground free.  81. Daring Uie examination of stock no parson will be admitted to the ring, nn-dar any pretence wUaterer, except the  jndgee, oflcers attending to their dntiea, and thoee haring charge of stock—^rosi-TirEi«t.  9id. Fenons wishing lo enter apon the  Memnr nai n ITewi Beja«  Some moBthi sine» Dt Rossello, an eitterpri9lng Qewa merchant at the Union depot in this city, and also proprietor of similar establishment in "t^ncin-nati, and 9«id some to b<» worth «49|000 or bOfiOO^ brooght his wife to citT tram C^ncin* nati. Soon after her arrival she went to the ditt goods house of " Mr. James Nai^htofi to make some purchases, and was waited on by Thomas McGrathj a sales# men in the establishment^ who is said te possess a sUek tongneand captivating person and manner^ Ue is. moreover) said^rto be «n excellent salesman» which fact kept him pretty generally in em^ ployment, notwithstanding habits of dissipation. He was fi&aUy dismissed^ hewe^eri a few dayi age, hia wits haviAg becom^ so dissdute that his rerriees were rather detrimentid ^an  The acquaintance was formed at the time we mentioned, but Vo have not ascertained that thiere was any suspicion of r-njlhing improper between thein until lasi Friday night.  Early last week Mr. Rossille went to Chicago on business, and and the guilty party selected this as the proper time to fly away and be happy. Ac^rdin^ly, on Friday last, Mrs. Kosselle disposed of the furnitsre and carpets, and added the proceeds to the money her husband had left her at the time of his departure. Friday night a hack driver, by previous arranseraenti took McGrath and Mrst jHosselle. and three of their tounksi from the eastern portion of the city to the Piqua depot. He then returned and got three more trunk»* which he unloaded at the Union depot.  Afterward he brought the runaways and the other trunks to thd latter depot, in time for the Cin-' cinnati train. Here their movements excited suspicion, Mrs* Hoaelle (who was recognised h^ a police officer) paying the ex* penses of the .extra ba^age* whrch was checked to St. LouiS) and doing all the necessary Wi-ness> McGrath was far gone in a state of intoxication. They were permitted, however, to take seats in a cart Immediately after this two officers and a livery stable keeper, wh} had by some means obtained information of the in^ tended departure, reached the de* pot and entered the train, peremptorily demanding payment of a livery bill of twenty-five dollars contracted by McGrath, which Mrs. B)selle promptly paid. .The bell rang, the train moved off, and the couple have not been heard of since.  The'injured husband returned from Chicago on Saturday, but we understand has. expressed a determination not to attempt a reconciliation \V<» hear him well spc' tha  of the most commendable character—that she was accommodated in all her wants, was wdl dressed) and plentifully supplied with servants.  McGrath is said to have been a pattern of uprightness. Ho leaves a wife, a lady of comely appearaece and excellent character and two children. Mrs. lloselle had no children.  Parties who are acquainted with the families believe that the absconding woman will soon aS' ccrtain that she has '*put her foot in it."  ioe ftOe  Fair Oronad with a show or exhibirfoa of w»*» »et aSide, and Wm.  C. Traphagen appointed referee, before whom tlio evidence, as  Mr.  Mantlepiece. |ik»t dii^Uy.  MtseeHtnc^is.  Teaibrtam iadatoaveeai diapla^» |  )oken of by his friends, who say lat his conduct to his wife was  All Sorts of Paragaplis.  Tlie ties that connect businesii men with the public—Advertise» Young folks grow most when inlovCi it increases their »ghs wonderfully»  Why is the letter S like thunder ? Because it makes our  an; kind will be required to irtake contracts with Herray Oraren and Joseph O« ^ c .i, ^ i  .. « i. '''"llVji'/jtmer brai'^oiuuäol cream  O.«,.,»«... A lovÍB«»¡fc.atLong Branch  parson will be eonñdired nnll and roil. 2Í0 show of an immoral nature will ha admitted«  99d. two-hone Wagoai ani carrfagas #ill be admitted inside the Fair Ground npoa a daily feo of twenty-five cents ; one ^«u hrrse and bn^y IS eents, aad oaa horse If) eents. Persons hai ling badges or fam -ily daily tie'iets, will pass ia their rchicles free. Parties will be notided at the entrance w'aere to tUtioa thöir hjrscs and »rriagrn.  94th. A herd of thorough bred cattle  yesterday morning  warrant at the'Tombs Police sa'»«! ^ "ïhô horrid surf makes m«  "Take  5>  Court, before Justice Hogan, forlj^eep my mouth -the arrest of Geston, which was «»asband granted« It is said that this case, in its progress before the courts, elucidate many of the mysteries of the divorce business.— A'ew York Jierald,  An old toner argues thus : "If water rots the solc4 of your boots,  what effect must it  •haUaoasiMeC el ka>i fl^ head ) oue'^os^l Of the Itoma^  - .I-., <. »# » ■■  have on  i»>  the  Sarcastic some of it  home with^ou.'  •'xMary Magdalen had seven devils cast out-fif her- I never heard of a man having seven devils cast out ot him," growled a cynical old bachelor, in the course of a discussion on tho "woman question."  "No, they are not cast out yet, I believe," was the qui^t nwm§i   

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