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n4lt Mmirr on Kvtry I'HKr.
JOKH H. OBERLT, Editor.
ChicaOO Is getting rt ady for Kiilakatm.
SnKRiwMi!tj-i! lie I, not nthild. N
body mM lie wiw.
lUrtroMCAX pnicr. say the legislature
of Ohio l lazy.
duR Wickwlrc will ojkii the iloor.. of
the House with much Rracc.
Vick-Pkesidknt Wilson condemns,
Sheridan strongly, It is nfllrmed.
Last week Mr. C. T. Coker, of Dyers
burg, died suddenly at that place.
Tnr. round-trip tickets that are good
for thirty days on the IlllnoU Central nre
a good thing.
Gkx. Shf.ripax still live". The half
dlta that surround him have not yet as
Govsknoks1 messages arc becoming as
common as dime novels, but they are not
half as Interesting.
Titu Republican congressional caucus
could not agree on Louisiana nflitlr. and
adjourned until this week.
TneY may make the charge, hut still It
is a fact that the Burgcss-Undcnvood dis
cussion was not a "put up Job."
THir.Mi'ii or tiii: imh:i'i;mii;mn,
rhc Independent Reformer of the
liencral Asenibly haw acted with great
political sagacity, and have .ocuii;l the
Sjicakerof the House and the President
of the .Senate. They made no promises
entered Into no entangling nlllaiiecs with
either the Radicals or Democrat. They
nominated llalnes for .SpeaKcrand Olwin
for President, and said nothing. The
Denioenits, who knew Maine to he with
them lu fact, and Clleuii to he one of their
own number. Were compelled to accept
the candidate. If they had not done
so, Ihcv would liao been held
responsible for the .sitece oftheRiidlc.il.
Evidently the Independent Reformer
knew w hat they were doing lu I hi mat
ter, and those who know him nre Mire
liable led them Into their position of ad
vantage. The Democrat who an ome
what .sure now. will learulliat llalue.
was vle unto their n well a lit own
salvation. He I working with ell'ect to
unite the Opposition, mid we do not
doubt that he will succeed.
Mn. Adam Hunhackkk, formerly of
Union county, now of Utah, I visiting
friends and relatives In Union. .Mr. Hnn
sackcr rejoices In four wives and forty
Tnt Gazette heartily seconds our sug
gestion that the ofllcc of County Attor
ney soon to become vacant by the resig
nation of Mr. I J I. Pope, should be be
stowed upon William Mulkey, Ki.
SENSATIONAL stories have been started
In Washington that Gen. Grant has been
threatened with assassination. Tlioe ru
mors are Intended to create a counter
current of sympathy lu favor of President
Col. Tow.ni:., of Union county, U
Secretary of the Senate, and Wahburne,
of Jackson, his aslant; Capt. Potter,
of Pulaski. Is Senate KnroIIIng and Ku-
grosslng Clerk, and X. J.. Wkkwhv. of
Alexander, Asttaut Doorkeeper of
tlie House. Kgypt went in search of the
mnallr olllccs, and got them.
The Commereu (Mo.) Dimteh 1 In
dignant because Rev. Dr. Go, ol (.'ape
Girardeau, "used his persuasive elo
quence to break up the liall advertised at
the Marble City Hotel' The Dmpnteh
pertinently remarks that "mliiltcr in
Hmall villages are always olllcious, and
regard pleasure and sin as synonym."
The Paducab Tobacco Plant lias leen
transformed Into The Farmers' Sentinel,
and has gained vastly by the transforma
tion. Tht Sentinel Is a humhomc in ap
pearance as The Tobacco Plant was
homely. The Sentinel will he a real
fanners' Journal and will exiect patron
age and support from that class, and in
politics will Iks Democratic. Success
The National Grange of the order of
the Patrons of Husbandry are supposed
to have collected upwards of three
hundred thousand dollars for char
ters to subordinate lodges, be
Ride a large sum for annual
dues. The National Grange has lu head-
quartcrsat "Washington City, which Is tbo
reason perhaps why U ir.ro uxlsU txtiy ob
Jectlonablo lndcflnlteness In the lUyi'ncial
reports of the society. The subordinate
lodges are looking Into the matter.
Tjik Senate finance bill bos been parsed
by the House by a vote of one hundred
and thlrty-slx ayes to nluety-nlue noes.
The Democrats voted solidly against the
blll,-and about twenty-llva Republicans
voted with them. Tbo bill Is far from
satisfactory to the Republican party, but
waa voted for by members of the party
because they felt they must "do some
thing," It fixes 1870 as the date of
specie resumption. The main features of
the bill were published lu TiieRum.ktin
a lew days ago.
Shehidan, In a communication in tlm
war department, asserted that one of the
ounops oi jsew Orleans, who had de
nounced ins banditti dispatch as unjust
to the people of Louisiana, had teillfl,..!
before the Investigating committee u!-
manuauy wnat the Uencml had asserted.
The Ulshop replies that the General Is
untruthful. He admits that there was no
security for life or projerty, hut proves
that he referred to the courts that he had
aald the Kellogg courts gave protection
to nobody but the villains of the Radical
One of our Spiritualists took the tumble
to write to Louisiana, Missouri, to ascer
tain If Jlrs. Miller, the medium, had lieen
exposed there. The Qaietle say that
Dr. E. M. Bartlctt, a memler ot the com
mittee who tied Mrs. Miller, asserts that
there was no exposure, and that decep
tion was Impossible. "And thus,"
chMCklingly remarks The Qaxeite, "is an
extensively circulated lie nailed fast to
the counter." We saw Mrs. Sillier, and
if her exhibition was not a fraud, we arc
no Judge of deception. In our opinion,
ahe Is a bungllngjuggler.
It is said that Jlon. D. W.Voorhecs has
withdrawn from the contest for senator
In Indiana. Wc hope the rumor may
prove; to lie a fact. Mr. Voorhecs Is
tainted with the salary grab and other
lUdical rascalities, and should be retired,
If the DemocraUc party, at the very mo
ment It Is securing popular favor, com
wlta the mistake of putting forward Its
UlsUdtaen and fosslls.there will surely bo
a reaction agalnst.it. If it Is wise, it can
w obtain power, but the selection of
mum like Mr. Voorhees would be anything
but display of wisdom.
Tin: ommi rir.ivs iimitrss -is it
a wak iori'jii:.T?
The following myterlou dUp.ileh
made ItsapiM'aranee In nil the city Jour
nal of the 10th lnt. :
Onte.uJo. .lanuary tt. A dUpntch to
the Associated Pres from Niriugllelil,
111., siiv the member-of the Democratic
State t'entral Coinmlttce deny the mi
thentlcltv ot the addres sent trom there
a few davs airo. iuriiofthi!r to have lieen
Issued by them, calling n ina Indigna
tion meeting to protest against tlie icccnt
action of the federal iro eminent hi New
Orleans. The committee did Issue a call
for such meeting, but did not iiiciim.e to
counsel armed resistance to the lederal
Tlie reader of this telegram will, a a
matter of coure. jump to the conclusion
that the Democratic State committee ilid
counsel armed resistance to tlie fede ral
government, when In fact, the committee
did not even squint In that direction. The
address referred to I as follow-:
Sl'IIINllI'IKMi, It, i.., .Ian. .", W.".
To the People of Illinois:
Kughind liad her Cromwell, France her
Napoleon 1 The d!icrioii of the narlla-
metit and the e.vpuNloii of the council of
tlve liitmlrcil iiy tlie bayonet, form mem
orable epochs in the history of two or the
great rouutrle of Kurope.
The ruling party ha marked a similar
epoch In the hi-tory of the great republic
ot the new world. Spurning the voice
of the people, deriding the dignity and
authority of their eho-en law-'glver, It
has ordered 1 1 a " most facile of Its military
Instrument to drag the speaker of the
legislative a-cmbly of an American Mate
( l.oiilsma) from hi otllclal chair, and
scatter the representative of the people
of that state, duly aembled in the hall
of legislation, by the bayonet. The or
der has been swiftly- anil relentlessly e.e.
eittcd. Louisiana f to-day given over to
her spoiler and plunderer. She lays
pro-Irate and panting at the feet of an
invading ho-t. What does it Import V
Terrorism of the whole south, and subju
gation of It to party end.
Let the tocsin sound ! Danger in uhrnad
in the lamll
I'rermen, awake, arlc, or be forever
fallen ! Thusand-of llbertv rim low ! The
alternative of slavery or freedom 1 Icll
you! Let the people speak out ! Let the
voice of their Indignation roll and ivvci It
erate throughout the broad extent of the
laud'. Let them rlu up lu their majesty
and, asserting their rights, put down the
U'urpers by tlie lorce ot popular will :
A. M. Herrlngton,
.. u. Kootnson
tlio WuiM's l)lsponary, Huft.ilo, X. Y lisi
perfect! il, by tin) oinliliistlnn or certain
J cgetiiblf rxtrscls. a natural spccllli", w Iilt-li
In-dues not i'.t nan euro-all, but ono
which aiuiuraiiiy minus k slnRlenc" or
pic poe, beltin tnot pudtlvo and rclhibln
It'tlhdy for tlioi vcakticspi anil mill-
pl.iluti that allllet the women ol tlio present
Jay. TliN natural pccllle riinqxniiid I
eiilrd Dr. l'letce's I'ovorlte Prescription.
The tnlluwlug are iiionng tlnii! illcase In
wld li this wunderltit tiicilielne hi worked
ciiresas II by iihlI.i amluiih a cei latiity
nour iitium amount uv any uiciucino :
Weak back, ticrni m'l g mii'I'iI dnbllilv,
falling and oilier illhl leeiiient! ol Internal
eruan, r, Mill Mu triiiii debllltv and Urk
of slicti'lli In natural Mliput. Itilcrnal
icvnr, oirfjcuinn, uiuiiiitiilt'o'l nlnl Uli-era-lion
ami er) inatiy othnr (il.-ea.ei lin lilcnt
to women, not proper In in nlbin bcrc, In
which, as well a In tin! e:ne tint lme
b en ennno ra'ed, iho 1-' oiite l'recrl
lion etli-cts cures the m:iml ol'the world.
It will do no harm In anr stuto oreinilltlnii
ot the system, and by adopllin; Its u- the
Invalid lady may avoid Unit suwrcst ol or.
deals tlio consulting of a tuin'ly physician.
Favorite Pre-crlptlon Is sobl by dealers lu
medicine, generally. 1-7-d.Vwlw,
Ill thee days, when llvlit Im's. hot air.
and sedeutarv oeiiiputloiis, c.iiib the lialr
to fall out, It ii a mutter or no little Import,
ance f know whle'i of thebilr prep ara
tlons are ol any aluo. The in.Oo Ity, as
ha ticen freiiieutly protrd Ity the llrl der
matohpl t, or li.itr-do toi, po-e little
or no merit. .Such being the fret. It I con
soling I j tln- who are silllclod to know
there I really one goad iirllc'e, wld'jli Is
riciMininu mlid and n-od l,y tlie llr-t uu'dleul
authority, nut has stini.1 eterv te-t, many
car. 'I his proparatloii I lbll's Vr.UB
Ttiit.i: Sicilian ll.uit Ukwkwhi. a truly
rrlentlllr compound, which Is umpiestloii
ably the best preparation ol the Kind balorc
the American public, it will restore to
(rruy hair Its original color, e'eansu the luad
tlinrnugh'y. cuii) all eruption or tlio tcilp;
and will always rctoru the hair so long at
any germs i iunaln, as they aluiittiti variably
do. until extreme n'd ago bus dctttoyed tlio
root. The original nrllelo I matlo bv
It. 1'. I hi I ,t Co., Nashua, N. ll.-l"orne)v's
l'rcfs, .Ian. 'Ja, m. 1-12-lt d.Vw.
Schenok'a Pulmonic Syrwp, Sea Wood
Tonic, and Mundrako Fills.
These de-t'rvouly celebrated and popti
Mr inedl ilncs Una eir eled a rcvolii'ion In
Iho healing art, and iroed the fallacy ol
several maxims which bate, tor many ear
obstructed thu progress ofmcdleal suluiuc.
The (also supposition that Con-nmptlon Is
incurable deterred phy lelan troin attempt
ing to litis! remedies tor that ilisea e, and
patients atlllclcd with It reconciled them
selves to death without making an ell'ort to
escape Iroiu a doom which they supposed
to liu unavoidable. It l now prowal luw
er, (hit CoiiMlinpt'on can be cured, and
ttat it ha been cured In a wry great mini
Iter of casss (oine or them spiiaiently des
perate one) by ischcuck's I'ulnutnlc .Syrup
alone; and In other ejtes by 1 lit same med
icine In connection with Sehuiek'ji Sea
Weed Tonic and .Mandrake PUN, onu or
both, according to the rcipilrcuieiits ot the
Dr. Schenck bhii'ell. who enjoyed unin
terrupted good health for moro than forty
year, was supposed, at one time to be u't
the cryga eordeatli, hlsphyslclaiH having
pronoiinceil his ease hopeless, and abau
tlnnej him to his fate. He was cured bv
the aforesaid liieJIelucs, and sine! his ieco
cry, many thousands -iiullarly alleetod ha c
used Dr. Sehenek's preparations with the
snnic iciiiirk.iblc micccs.
Kali directions aeconipany each, msklog
It not absolutely iifrrnarv loper-onally see
Dr. Sehi'lick unless patients wMi their
lungs .xniiilucit, k ml lor this purpose he is
professionally ui hi principal olliee, corner
Sixth and Aich street", Philadelphia, e cry
.Mnnilt)', where all letters lor mli e iuut
be addressed. .Sehenck's medicines mc
sold by 1 druggists. rj-.'I'J-lui
K. II. Winston,
.lohti A. .Mnllorv,
Charles P. King,
William O. Wright.
.1. II. llllstl!.
tleorgo V. Robbiu,
1). H. Dead,
William II. Green,
, ,i. wnaiiau,
W. K. t ook.
.1. H. Drake.
.1. .M. Hush,
C. D. Holies-,
.lames P. Robinson,
State Central Committee.
The. reader will preeelve that there l
no war lu thl dispatch. It is only
u gushing paper, full id sou ml and fury
signifying little or nothing.
We are In favor of this policy of becom
ing very Indignant over the Louisiana
outrage, but we believe It is folly lo gu-h
in our Indignation, (inching 1 properin
a French manifesto final an F.ngll-h love
letter, but Is out of place In
an American political paper. Tbo
committee I probably now
convinced of thl fact. Having gushed
over the Louisiana outrage, It I found to
be necessary to explain that the commit
tee did not mean war by such expre
sionsas: "Let the tocsin sound!" "Free
men, awake, ari-e, or bo forever fallen
1 he alternative of freedom or slavery I
left you!" The explanation is a much
a blunder as the wording of the "ad
dress" Is In bad ta.-te. lu thl eonnec
tlou we would advi-e the comniltttee to
employ some person to write Its ml
dresses who does not read Victor Hugo
and go olfat half cock.
A Tyrannical Iliislimiil.
from tlir lloslon (iuzrtte.)
A bull III lliiflf.nil str.u.t wlm?.. Int.
band has taken up the Idea of "dress re
form" with characteristic vigor, resolved
to make a iiraetlcal ue of the !ln.nn-
Consequently, on tlie fond husband's ar
rival aim entrance into tlie little library
in wbleb tlie Inilv was unlntlv slulmr I...
gazed at her narrowly, then, coming up
to her gentlv,he said softly, ".My dearest,
are you 111?" "Xotatall," answered the
wife, calmly. "Have you been so to-dav'f"
.'''r iieuer ill my me," Illl-Wereil
madame. "Then why In the world Is
your hair done up, or rather down, In
that outlandish fashion, and vhv have
von niadn sui'li n mn-nr viiiir.ir'iri
you know tlie P g are eoming lo din
,.,.,.. "This, my dear," responded tht!
wife, still more calmly, and looking Inno-
s"i "i' ! mo uMisjieraieu tiiisiiauirs
eves, "this, my own, 1 the exact copy oi
the proposed -dress reform,' after the
latest, tasblnn t 1 . . t . . ' I, I, r..i,i ,i...
. . ........ ,.....v-.. i. in mm i in;
household rfsembled heaven on another
nsuiuu, mere neing silence there
lor the space of half an hour.
.i.??b"n1i'l'.,'l,ll.ni('al,oll,s 7W'""I Tli'
that 11111 King Is firmed so strong In lion-
wty that the Javelins of investigation pass
iii'i. llhy A.,,.u',, ,,u I,,n '' "'"'
Hamlet's ghou, In complete steal, or,
leastwise, In.a coat of mall.
Qr-Murphy, the N'eada miirdeier re
cently executed, offered his corpse as a
retainer to bis counsel. It was subs,,,
qiiently filed away In a collln for Hiture
niUi'ii1".liIca,!'mc,.lUry "l'n our boast-
v.. ....u,i in,.. i,lc nuineil oi our Utiles
have degenerated in health and phyahiue
until they are literally a race of invalids
nalA. iiArvoitii r.ni.tii ....i i......
palv hero and there a fowuoble crcoptlous
u mu iviu in "i mo rooim, uuxoin ladles
characteristic of the sex in days gone bv.
period o years, and embracing the treat-
" wuuiMiiiui eaten oi lliose
alliucnU peculiar to Women, Dr. Pierce, ol
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siastio patrons of foreign cities bo compelled to ad
mil that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
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