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Semi-Weekly Wisconsin (Newspaper) - April 6, 1867, Milwaukee, Wisconsin IfflrlHtt OF THE WISCONSIN BKMIWBlEKtV i one WEEKLY oO 5 18 00 And an extra copy to tlie person B JOHN F VOLUME Ihe Strength of our United States bonds are slowly but steadily even in during the civil it difficult to sell them at any price at as low as aro now selling while in England they command These prices are low for goldbearing But we must all bear in mmd that credit is a plant of slow and very few persons in Europe imag v m incd that whUe we were recklessly in curring a vast national debt of thou sands of millions of we could BHUUU ui ait ever pay even the interest on the Capitalists in Europe did not imagine that republicans would voluntarily tax themselves to redeem a mountain of debt which would stagger the most powerful monarchical government in But we are paying the in terest BO and even portions of the by the result of direct that this exhibition of faith and sacrifice begins to raise our just so surely as water rises to its Figures are because they concentrate facts in their plainest and most direct The subjoined table which exhibits a comparative statement of the receipts and expenditures for the years 1865 und could be studied with benefit for for it is literully full of re Our receipts iu were less than our expen whereas in onr receipts were greater thau our ex What a magnificent bal ancesheet this is to show to the world We may say it is How grandly onr people stand up under a bur den of taxation that would crush almost any other It is because we are intelligent and that we can bear these sore repudiation is pcorned as the basest of all methods to clear the nation from its debt nies of Wisconsin with the Chicago for that would manifest ly tend towards making outside of our the centres of our business and And as we could not sub ject those cities to taxation we would therefore be deprived of considerable taxable pioperty by other and different would grow up within the limits of the Therefore we hail with pleasure the bill now before the which pos itively forbids tbe consolidation of the Milwaukee Prairie du Chien railroad or the Milwaukee Paul railroad with the This question is now occupying the attention olittte and we trust at this time jit will be settled so that here after there can be no ground for the which has so extensively that a plan has been on fobt among railroad managers to consolidate the Milwaukee Paul and Milwau kee Prairie dn Chien with the Chi cago i The Madison Journal has affected a horror for any such but we doubt whether it will favor this decisive i Suggestion 10 the The republican union members 01 the Legislature are well aware that un der an act of from the army and the have forfeited the elective That was con sidered a wholesome and patriotic law which all good citizens should But the State Legislature has as yet never passed any law to carry this gressioual legislation into is certainly proper that the deserters should not be allowed to vote for ity and city Hontst ftEPOKT U IHE STATE SKSMK RAILROAD STATE NUMBER the young introduce i 10 610 Total ImalonB l2 64 45 1 C 46 98 8T 8 The West Virginia The report that President pending the Congressional canvass in in West had pardoned one huudred and ninetythree desert ers from the Union under the promise that they would vote the John son was an act of so outrageous u that there were none to defend for it further appeared that by the order of the these deserters drew seventyfive thousand dollars of pay and bounty from the Soldiers Asylum In defense of the it is now stated that these pardous were not granted until after the hence the deserters could not have voted for the Johnson We are gratified that the mat ter has assumed this because the iniquity of pardoning a under the promise that he would vote a certain political is beyond all The establishment of such a fact would be without fur ther evidence of other criu MO justify the impeachment of the patriotic people naturally abhor to be ruled by yet it is highly probable that the municipalcopperhead tickets in Madison and Ke have been elected by the YOlfcB OF This s so unjust and so discreditable to the that good citizens naturally ask a remedy from a republican If it requires an amendment to the State the Legislature should take immediate measures to sub mit it to the and it will be adopted by an overwhelming The sestion will continue for another and we trust that this matter will be attended to Fairchild is known to be willing to cooperate with the Legislature in ev ery measure that will affix a just pen alty to the crime of abandoning our national flag in its hour of sorest peril Minority Beport dB ttoe on Mo 116 Railroad While agreeing with the majority oJ tbe committee as the ment proposed to 116 A the bill in that shape if it passes at yet I cannot join with in recojij mending the passage of the bill so And in making a ity my object to views which govern my action in the in the ItwouW be more pleasant to take what seems to be the popular side of the question in volved but as I cannot dp this true to my own I must pre sent the argument as it appears to however in Justification of my Although for reasons here after the consolidation of Wjs cousin I do as a measure of public policy seethe question in clear a light that I would advocate the removal of all restraints in that dirpo For the same reason that pablio policy on the subject is not clearly indi cated I would expressly And as regards existing so far I as riehts and obligations may have crued in any bonafide proceedings or directions under I should uptre The former would be inexpe dientthe latter Laws found ed on sound general principles should not be disturbed from pressure pf tem porary circumstances or motives of tem porary Upon this if no the legislation proposed by bill with pr without ttie may be considered And so far from putting restraint on conbolidation without reservation it may be well for the legislature to cou sider whether by liberal measuresthe capitalist already interested m tne Wis consin railways not be en BqriaKzatidn of j dJ and i The first ipoint will not be opnfrpj but the second and third iltmustbe ibornein mind that the consolidated company would be 4 Chicago to traSetp nor a Stj and Milwaukee Prarie dif to forced traffic to Milwaukee nor aW estern to to iidr a Kenoshn fi to force from Kenosha but a combined unitary highest possible generitl would be Jaedured by that kind pohcy Bnd mahagement the entire region would leave prodncti free to select then own routes to andtheir The control of the interestwonldintt be in Chicago orMilwaukee whf re oply a small comparative would be but in the money center of the Siinpla local considerations could have uoinr fluence in Bhajfring the actions of the and every of policy presented wouldbe in reference to iia bearings npon the value of the common inle would settleall projects for railway tensions and new construction anA every project once accepted would be exebilted because the powers and abil ity wouid exist in the corporations j I think I can see how tup consolida ted interest would be benefited by ing eighteen to twenty miles on a great trunk route from the sipni to the 14elieve would be filled between Sun I tbiukL cousin railways conraged to continue ana carry out the construction of the great lines the material still quired to dsvelop resources of the Let resources o suggest reasons in favor of consolida tion which if not conclusive as to the may at least show that they are affirmative points worthy consider that a general consolidation of our railway interests and property ld 1ST QUICKEN do not mean by this that trains an ol j ectto save reaching ObidagOj by would Committee are thor up this and we The Judiciary oughly rnkiug shall soon have the whole of has ve toed a bill appropriating money for the payment of the expenses of the Sena tors elect from that He However just and proper the appro priation may have been at the time of the adoption of the it must be evident to the plainest under standing in view of the law of Congress declaring the existing cml government to be provisional and prescribing a new organization to enti tle the state to representation in Con that the election of Senators made by the present Assembly is ipso null and late Attorney General of in a published letter relating to the military says The case is simply this Rejection of the act will not present its execu and will precipitate Acceptance of it may avert that last and dire I do not say it The chances are it will But as there is one chance at least in the latter and no one in the it is the i UU rf would be put on faster but that over the entire region occupied by the consolidated the delays now ex perienced in transshipments and trans fers of freight and baggage wouldbe obviated as a result of that the transit of passengers and freight would be comparatively unin terrupted and DIMINISH EXPENSE OP TRANSPORTA This would be the result of the few er transfers and and less handling and the greater security of property in transit thatit twenty miles rn rail from Therefore road from Madison to would be Monroe to Dnbrique portant desideratum as legards the rich mineral and agricultural region to bp reached and aud the com mon interest to be This ex tension then would And I have the same faith in respect to other essential and meritorious rail way enter believing that accomplish ment would be far more certain under the conditions a general consoiiJiitjon tijau any existing ilt woftld be of tar tsreafer consequence to a longnline of to extend itself or its than for any mew the rea ionj that it not only gets the business over the new but would get a large advantage by ireaspn of the incited business its air ady com pleted i Untilrail way property in Wisconsin is placed a shape to insure fair ntt as against this character of influicce and will be secure in the proportion of the abatement o these and to the that the interests under the protection Pf iristifhd liberal mayj be adjust and harmonise There is a corporation in Wisconsin representing a consolidated capital of It under a law of the state and although its operations ire not all or mainly nor its central office it has beenfor years and still is doinga large business Yetso littleis the presence of this vast corpbration felt that thereip hardly a memberof reitber the legislaturecangive for describe Hi Itmay as it probibly absorb all the in terest ofits kitrd in iWisconsin and Minnesota asithaselsewliere and then Vhe only Vayitsipreseboe will be known will be in the additional public peneflfs enjoyed as the its enlarged share action by consolidation and furtherincrease of jibe moral of this paneasily be I Assume as regards danger to the jstjate possible corruptions of iisj legislative and other ground for appre hensioniiudera railway policy involv ing strifes and LnP separate interest representing a capital of f than theria wouldbe under asystemjor complete though the ag gregate interests might represent or the reaion while in the1 last named condition but little would ordinarily cxisl for a cprrupt use of money in the first pamed as we have seen strdngniotives may i But the danger from these and the tendencies and liabilities to under real or supposed are wickedty ex andthe charges and suspic ions in this regard as a gener al frpm men of impure motives and dishonest who deserve to L asthe of j the to maintain themselves on any basis of tariffs which the limited productive industries dependent upon them for transportation facilities could fairly are compelled to look to and rely npon other sources than local traffic for and find it to a necessity of their situation to avail themselves of every advantage legiti mately within their reach to secure and through tha greater econ omies of harmonious ac complish success without burdening the i The people on the other feel ing themselves aggrieved by a the necessity of which is not under are by to thwart objects and prevent results which seem to me to be demanded by the common good and seeking to relieve oppressions and remove evils which are claimed to may really and broadening and deepening the sources of railway and public embarrassment and Respectfully SHOL Minority Senate on I BE PROPOSED OF TBE CiPI What tbe Pi en and Pt aplenty The Kacine Advocate publishes the bill for the removal of the and from waste and TBASSPOB a John DorrUscy In Disguise The British officials in Ireland are very suspicious of all visitors from They know that our country men sympathize with the Irish and every American they arrest they imagine to be some influential politi ciaii from this side of the who is trying to foment troubles in Ireland It the characteristic o part of prudence to By masterly play for that inactivity we 3DINCREASE FACILITIES OF Under one the rolling stock now in the hands of separate com panies would be made to perform a larger amount of and its use would be so directed and controlled as to prevent accumulations of and secure at all points prompt trans BATES AND PEODUCB A TJMFOB10TY OF TAKIFTS ON THE BASIS OF Discriminations and restrictions are inevitable concomitants of the existing so at as that system is really They as cause and ei fectand as opposite causes produce opposite we can not doubt the favorable results of consolidation as in dicated and Under consolidated arrangements there would be no special competing points to enjoy advantages at the ex pense and to the iujnry of noncom 18 profits on the capital no far ther aid from outside sources for rail way reasouauiy b The eariier day promises of onr railway indnoinpr large investments of have not been justified by the latterday day And for years u t a of new road has been eveu with the aid of land grants except the ex tensions which tbe Chicagv and Milwaukee and bt Paul companiesflave felt com pelled to So it will nntiLby a change of system and a bet ter show of we can establish the paying character of our railway property be Faith in the and their prin ciple of is an essential point of republican creed and while the intelligence and virtue of the con stituent powerare a guaran tee of the faithfulness and of the to throw anspicioc and reproach npbn the is sofar as the effort may be tobriug odium and contempt on the people and representative government There isan inevitable hostility be tween railway interests and the public to prevent some undue advantage being secured over the latter is the most important duty of legisla that it is in this to the former in as weak and disintegrated a condition as by preventing the joining of rail way way stocks and consolidation of rail are assumptions and constitute a theory it will hardly safe to act I in regard to what I said upon a former oo says The present position of the capital is unfortunate for the It is in convenient to get at from a large por tion of the possesses no advan tages when you get and in all economical points of vieWj would not be worse if located on ah island in the middle of Lake Michigan The capi tol of a State should be located at that point which will accommodate the greatest number of its Prob ably 500 visit Milwaukee on business whereone to Madison other than legislative We hope to1 see tlie bill and the question submitted to tlie We learn from the JanesvilliGazette that a meeting of citizens of that place was held on the evening of the for the purpose of expressing their views on the proposed removal of the capital to Johfl Mitchell was appointed and Hiram A com mittee was appointed to draft reiolri consisting of Hiram Anson Bogers aud Franklin who reported the which were unanimously adopted A bill has been introduced into tha proposing to tba proposition ot removal ol the capital to to a vote of the people of the on condition that the capital buildings ba erected by ciiy of equa to thoSe at and presented to the That we are in favor of pas aage of said and the faenator and AB jjUie county of Bpcl CiRDEJl aRD Tahiti of fee Barometer to tbe In this age of improvement in in all the economical implements of the not the least valuable is the an by the intelligent ob servance of the husbandman nay often save many hundreds every This correct indicator of the weather will give timely notice of torma of which will enable he farmer to watch the proper time or catting as well as securing his he result of his years and upon which so much There is no magic or mystery about he It acts upon the sim le and infallible laws of hat holds the particles of onr earth to It is simply a glass sealed it the opened at the lower Hied with and at the opened in a cup of The air being exhausted from the inside of the the weight or pressure of the air on tbe mercury in the forces the mercury into tbe or holds it up in the when already o theexact point where the weight of the air outside will balance the weight of the mercury and rises or falls as the air pressure varies on the mer cury in the cup outside the It is merely a nicely adjusted scale to show the weight of the the weather is clear and air is dense and and forces mercury in the tube to by tho ncrease of pressure on the mercury i a he cup and when the weather is clear and dry for several the weight of the air is so that the mercury in the barometer will remain very near ly at the same level But the weight ot the air never long remains i the and by evappra tion from the earths very fine particles of moisture begin to and these watery particles begin to in crease in amount till the air becomes filled to its capacity for uj failed to arm the negro for our The Yankee armed him for our subju He is now armed with the bal We can not take it from Shall it be used for or against us if the practical Of the campaign in Kentucky the Cincinnati Gazette says The Union men are making a lively canvass in and the people are having more light on the political politiciars danger as to keep as far awuy from They spout for Feuiunism when tifey are two thou sand miles JromBiitish but they rarely their persons to any perils more seiious than the drinking of bad whibky while toasting the Fenian We subjoin the fpllowing from a Dublin whose editor has got it into hia htad that the British government has made a very important arrest in the person of John a distinguished democratic member of Congress from the city of New That journal KUJB At the Limerick Inspec tor General ol the ou the arrival ol iliu muil train from John the celebrated and mombtr ofl the United Stales on a charge ot lout ae be had alighted Irom a flretclsss He had urrived at Cork by tho Canard uteamer and pro ceeding to Tipperary He iekuoRiia the man who had the firat great fltjht in Can near the American about sight years with John whom Mor defeated ufiur a desperate fight of IIUVAUK questions of the day than heretofore re Party lines are clearly and there is no mixing or compromis ing of The campaign at Louisville opened and theie was a fine meeting here last which was addressed by of and a mllant Union was nominated for Congruss in that District the Ihe prospects iu the ninth district are favorable to the re election of who is making the canvass on a thoroughly radical Augusta Press alluding to tha recent meeting of negroes at Co and the fact that speech es were made by Wade Hampton and others states that all good citizens all over the entertain precisely the same kind feelings for the colored that were exhibited by these f ins3 ia nriTrtttn The producers of Wisconsin would have no call to pay extra rates of trans portation for the benefit of Iowa and and farms on the Bock river would have at least an value with tbose west of the Tne direct advantages to thej railway interest would be to diminish expense of management and maintenance and cost of The New York the New York and Pennsylvania Central Wayne and Alton and and Chi Burlington andQniuoy policy of consolidating ous lines is admitted as a public The only argument against gentralcon solidation not applicable in to consolidation of continuous j is destruction In respect to this point it serted that no such policy of railway competition in this or ever did or ever will as to reduce rates fair ative point to the capital lor the reason by this the interest would be destroying If parallel roads can mrtiutaiii profit to by separate and independent or witiont special agreements oonoern ing as a general they may do so But when it is ionnd this can not ba they as liatnrallyj rnn to of within a sphere of and tariff a common ppolof earn ings or de facto is the re suit Nor can mutual legislation vent It seems plain j i 1st That competing beyond the ability of the public tpsnpport be come a burden rather than a as productive industry is compelled to pay an interest on a heavier amount of rail way capital than it needs That in j securing DcIUDlVIUttU VUU in ths legislature are roapsotfully requested There is no natural antagonismbe1 to fivor tween the publicinterests and rail way ihe secretary was instructed to interests on the contrary these iaterward pteanble resoiution CthemSinjurebotbT1 U the Senator and Assemblymen from The railway for de1 that pends upon the productive develop The Manston Star says ment of country and the higher biu na8 been introduced in the their productive within dfenate to remove the State Capital the theatre of their own I rom Madjaon to and cer the greater that Conseqaently interested parties agree that the makes what we call Then two of these of watery meeting and being warmer than the and warm air Having greater capacity for moisture than mixture ol warm air and cold has less capacity for moisture than both plouda had before they mix no a part of the moisture is thrown and falls in the form of Now in weather theP air is and holds the mercury high up in the as it becomes filled with watery it grows and presses less and less upon the mercury in the Barometer and lets that in the tube fall corres Now as it always requires many and usually orjtwo day a for the air to fill with vapors enough to cause it is readily seen how the barometer must give warning of the coming storm may hours and frequently in The mo ment the air begins to fill with it begins to grow and the ba lometer begins to fall long before any other signs indicate rain and j nerese pares agr a wise aud comprehensive policy of Milwaukee are such that it not oppressive tanflsiand nnjnst desirabie and proper the bill should liscriminationbut liberal and equal confident no discriminationhut liberal and equal b me a law rWe are confident no transportation while legislation Mkea for by the peo affording a living proht on the capital the qaeation of the location of to encourage and I n the highest all the trial energies which can be brought to bear within the range of their influ and sphere of their business public interests i for av ng een se depends vastly upon railway sfly state house and acdities tbe gt t o e other wag laoesftiQ 8 new ome in there the Btate besides ither Madison or that e t as it havi ng been at Mad y in the series of consolidations which all have from time to time been effected of lateral aud parallel furnish in their history abundant in support of these And we have the following testimony con cerning the workings of the Chicago and Northwestern aud Galena and Chi cigo Union Railway which I copy from the published annu al report of the Chicago and North L Railway Company f i I IS OH A COallr owaio enterprises and facdities tbe more vdst oj publio money expend by all proper means ed am vatpoaeB the peo encouraged and the the degree of that From this identity of if un reciprocal relations of har mony and t securing grow up and be perma nently established and preserveC t While the consolidation of WisThe bill allowing tbe people of VVis cousin railways with each other is a cousin to vote on the question ot tne measure not u be with respect removal of the seat of government from to any damage likely to result from the Madison to Milwaukee is approved o aegregatibn 6f capital to the by most of the leading members ol intecrity of legislationand both branches of the me purity of the it cannot be objectpeople of Milwaukee are to budd a new id to lor reasons pa the ground Capitol for the state of its probable or even possible oppresthat taxpajers of other counties win siveness to the productive interests of lose nothing by the ine the And there is this further estimated cost of the new capitol and nnn public the location anc 3 that those who 1 ask for are either enthusiasts or who desire to levy black The Wood County Reporter jsays The bill allowing tbe people of Wjs watfry vapor keeps on and the barometer keeps on till the air is saturated or filled with when it begins to which contin ues till the watery particles in the air become or blown away by the the rain Be fore it ceases to the in the air become partially lie air grows and the barome er indicates that the rain is nearly at n by beginning to rise some lours before the rain This is the general theoryof the iraotical operation of the barometer in oretelling weather An instrument which is thnsa correo ndicator of atmospheric changes can lot be otherwise than no only to the the the mechanic and the but to every one whose business is liable to be effected by these And a occupied nearly three 23 He has eiuoe become a ginpalaoo proprietor aud and joined the Feuian Broth erhood at its having 8nl boribcd largely to its Morriseey when aud had to be taken to Dub In consequence or his a large force of lufauuy was sent down early this inoruiug to the where the men are encamped for the protection of the Tbe Great Qucbiluu of We publish today the report of Sen ator SHOIUES on the question now to much agitated throughout the of the consolidation of railway compan This report handles the question with great ability and comprehensive It will be perceived that Sena tor and there are many of the game opinion that though the community will lose something by con it will gain O Sholes is against the con railway eminent and it is unfortu nate that these sentiments are not more widely manifested in meetings for pub lic couusel with This tardiness it attributes to a fear on the part ot those who mingle in these lest they seem to seek for negro and insists that the representative men in every community should be irompt and earnest in signifying their fish to cooperate with the colored peo le ia the administration oi the laws tnd the preservation of harmony an good will To this end we deem it ou duty to urge that in every community public meetings be in which tu iwo races may take friendly counsel to Sucll meetings will be of in salcnlable benefit to all in th Promotion of a right understanding be ween the whites and and wi soon convince the people of tbe Nort that they have totally misapprehende tie spirit and character of the South ern B The resulting om this consolidation aro alt that By it the management las been the the en ines and oars the earnngB E the roads largely increased and the trilitj of the company to trabifer their ugiuea and cars to the different divis ons of the road where they most has proved a great j benefit to ts I The general facilities of the consol Booth has just purchased leventyfive thousand dollar house i New while Leater Wallack is con tent with a furnUFied for whio he just paid fortynine thousan The gentlemen of the stag fare better now than did her Majesty poor players in thr days ol goo Queen i greater economy of management and maintenance and consequently thesprfe net from lower Is as much a matter of favorable Ppncern to the people as the railway This theory is simply the history of our own If the people of Wisconsin have derived any tpecial benefit as the result of the or nonconsolidation of parajlel thev themselves have failed tp see I assume farther that the legislature of the state can never succawiully act in the matter of preEcribiiig by law uniform tvapsportatiou until by a uniform basis tem of railway operations may be se when it would be anTeasy ind practicable measure of Concerning the influence of aggre gated capitator what istermbd monop appn the integrity of the ment we notice in the forming stages great dated for the i oterchange of all business transactions have been inoreasd and i busK ness of them all can be with ease of one and with a very arge reduction in the expense of man agement incurred by fines previ ous to Another advantage resulting to the company from is in their ability to establish more equitable tariffs at the diltereiit points and sta tions on their lines of much to the satisfaction of alL point to be made That under the most liberal policy in respect our railways that be and un der the most prudent aud thorough management which eaube thereis no probability ol exorbitant profits on railway 1 his is a the and traceable to causes common to the entire We refor te the mania for large farms and to monopolies of and to the want of proper development ol the through cureless and un skilful if not exhaustive cnltivitioa effect of which condition scatter immigration over large aieas and while preventing an increase population withiij given at the aaiue timefixing a downward instead of ftn upward scale of agricultural population grounds A friend in Tomah writes that every one in that vicinitywho has spoken oa the subject has expressed a desire that Milwaukee shouldbe made the capital of the and he is as sured that if the question be submitted to the a large majority of the voters there will record themselves in a matter of so a instrument ia liable to be forced inti the market in cheapand imperfec by unprincipled manufacturers and imposed npon the community as Infallible Weather Syr ian Patent Me and cheap and worthless mercu rial We would the public against all so called cheap affairs and would advise onr friends to purchase only of reliable Tha best barometer we know and the in strument in most general usti among our scientific and the farm be able to obtain cheaply Jor timl we may be able more general SbpT books us twovarieties o Acer dcayearpwn and Acer Individuals of theM two varieties appear to run into flach other that it is dimcult to termine to which this ia the case with our western The former is called silver leaf maple and the latter soft While in many specimens the oharaff teristica are plainly yet we must conclude tnat the relationship ia so close that the distinction is due more to soil and lucatiou than to botanical The silver maple delights in the higher while tbe red msnle found on margin of steams and The small branches of the red maple are deep red in and the flowers which appear early in just aa the leaves bgin to unfold from the are deep scarlet varying to and in some cases assume tbe yellow of the silver Our botanical descriptions of these two maples are and we trust that some one or all of onr west ern botanists will turn their attention in this direction the coming Please tell ut common farmers how we may at a glance distinguish LOMBABDY have only the male tree of this poplar andhence it can only be grown from Some years since the foliage oi this tree was badly infested with worms and large numbers of them were out down aud a prejudice obtained against tha tree But we think this was an error tlie tree is a rapid grower and no more liable to be infested with worms than any otner deciduous all of which at times suffer more or less from this iusect The wood is not the best but compares very favorably with other soft Its cheap propagation and rapid upright growth make it desira ble on every prairie for both fuel and In ten years an acre planted to this timber would make sev wral cords of and if cut in win ter would throw up suckers with won derful We would not plant it exclusively by any but in for rapid shelter aud ready WHITE much abused tree at no distant take a reputable position among the soft wooded The clear stuff of our pine and yellow poplars will not always and then the wood of this rapid growing willow will come in to fill up the It makes a very good and for charcoal is Highly In all low or lands liable to over it will be found valuable for fenc It is now out of the hands of the and we trust will soon regain much of its lost from contact with bad or the Conn try of Gen esee The best way to raise this root is on sod turned over the last of April or tlie first of May fine aud seed sown npon either broadcast or with the seed early sowing of seed I have found to be the surest way to secure a good By sowing on sod we have less weeds than we have on ground newly and less I have raised three good crops in To DESTBOI THE a re cent meeting of the Farmers Club of the American a discussion took place on the bast method of de stroying curcnlio otlfruit when a gentleman stated that if a hole was bored in the body of the tree and the hole filled with it would so in fect the tree that no insect or worm could live upon Upou some doubt being expressed as to the efficacy of the said that he had tried the and spoke from he chairman remarked that U this be sure preventive it was worth millions o the and we need never lack supply of fruit in the HOBSEB FEET REQUIRE finetenths of the diseases which hap len to the hooff and ankles of the lorse are occasioned by standing on he plank floors of the ilany persons seem to from the way they keep their that the oot of the horse was never made for and if it would be beneficial if they had cowhide boots to put on every time they went Nature designed the foot for moist earth of the woods and valleys at the same time that a covering was given it to protect it from stones and Ohio CUBE FOB Cin cinnati Republican says a subscriber in Bond sends the follow If success should attend the admin istration of the remedy he and on which he seems to have nnlima ted he will deserve the thanks of the give it to tha world through the mediumof your pa The publication of this impor tant cure has been too much Eighteen years my brother and were bitten by a mad a sheep was also bitten at the same Among the many cures offered for little uovs f we were then from ten to twelve f J OUt BUlCJitAUV j ers and manufacturers of the is called Wilder costing from to each but all equally correct as indicators of atmospheric the difference in cost depend ing npon the different styles of This barometer is not only altogether but is very im portant quality and never liable to get its ID j The report further Xhe increased earnings and greater economy of as resulting from indicate the company will reduce their tariffs on freight and passengers and furnish in creased facilities for trade and travel to tdl the country and people doing busi ness with them to their satisfac and yet be able to mike full and regular of interest and divi dendstoall their and stock hold v tno quiring state action tne Saqtive efforts to shape andoontrol Satlon and that the more these m teiests grow and become settled and within clearly dffiued lines of public the lets thfjy are UKeiy to bp known agcl heard of as an ele ment in politics or of the pofferjof capi tal when exerted to legisla tion will be great in the its use in such direction not by by Three resenting each a capital of and dependent in their strife for advan tage and success to a greater or less ex PPa aa one might be able to would be a much source of corruption tha with r tages or favors to consoii 3 ft If tje eutirtT fanning between Lake gan and tha con lined within onefifth thermite at pres ent occupied there can be no question is to iar higher production and pro ressite and vastly greater coin pri ate and public than are now And toreaehthis population witii tbe lecessary means of railwaypransporta ion for a larger amount of would require only onefifththe nnm er of miles of road with the nveatment The economies involved in this prop and the larger prosperity of all ihe interests are evident without elaboration while the diaad the existing condition maybe equally especially as re gards its restrictive bearing upon rail way investments and It may be that al though in the as com pared with the thd extent of raibtoad constructionand amonntr ot capital be as five to the compensation is found ur corresponding adjustment bf tates lor But this soannot BeinKa ot0 The MadisBal resnlted in favor of the democratic fcakct with the exception of one The majority for the democratic candidate f or mayor was j republicans in Kenpsha elect ed their candidates for treasur clerk and and seven of the ABOUT TBKB PtAHTDfoTHE SoUB are two sugar The one most and idmost exclusively natural to tha forests of the is the common sugar ma tte Acer The which is quite common to the is w or Black Sugar pears of age a friend suggested the which he said would cure the bite of a rattlesnake Take the root of the common generally called the black ash peel off the and boil it in a decoction of this drink While my fa ther was preparing the theshaep spoken of began to be afflicted with the When it had become so fatigued from its exhausted as to be no longer able to my father drenched it with a pint of the ash hoping to ascertain whether he could depend npon it for The outer bark is of a darker the leaves and of a shining twelve democratic ticket in St Pan was elected by abont a thousand major The other towns in Minnesota as far as heard from went The News is very jubilant over the democratic victory iu this It states in parallel the democratic victory last and that of yester but it forgets to state that dtserters AiA not vote last but did yesterday that is what makes the dem ocratic these two in and should b 1U V at once the seeds maple ripen before the leaves are fully and should be planted as soon as making a growth of one fo and sometimes even threa feet the first j When the sugar maples are the most not only for but for cabinet and other All of the maples fnrmsa Lecimans of the curly eye so much prized cabmbt maple Catholic Cathedral is to be bmlt in Lonis Ipnr hundred feet long and one hundred and fifty Itis intended to make it cent edifice of the in the relic of Ben Johnson waarecenK ly sold in London in thai shape a Ara the a j i t As furUxer important rfaiinJtB may be stated Greater and virtue has tempations trials in Se capital ia Ana the of And the It if not aker and On the tbe black Horaces in utajsnape oi a COPJ Aldme edition contain ed autograph and mottoi Acopyoi AUots Englands formerly belonged to William and was enriched with autograph and sod sedof n e much the better what we know of it from personal experience in sugar is decidedly superior As a shade it aents a more robust and is in all The finest avenue of tnia tree that we have seen in this is on the grounds of Arthur new Prince Bureau At Jacksonville ire some very fine Qales and many other of i our inland present good specimens t is the finest of all the maples for a but its growth his Four hours after the drench had been to the astonishment of the animal got up and went quietly to gra My brother and myself contin ued to take the medicine for eight or gill three times a no effects of the dreadful poison were ever discovered in either of It has been used very successfully snake bites to my CUBS FOB SCAB ON of sends the Coun try Gentleman the following cure for scab on sheep To 1 12 pounds tobacco add about 2 gallons water and boil to 112 then add 2 14 salt 2 1 blue 2 14 white gills of common or soft and 1 gill boiled to In putting in the soap should be taken when first put in as to foaming which it will readily and should be over a slow or where it could be readily hauled off from the From one to ona and a half gills HTBOft BXOD TVMVM being so much slower than the soft ma it has been too muohj Wetrnst that some of our angte the shoulders and sides of the Feed plenty of sulphur and to Onoe doctoring has effectual although I ap Sied it as mine badit very it an interval of about two not withstanding have been Ereei Carl Sohnrz ia about to ba the one of the proprietors of the
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