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Uadlnff Mutter on Kry Vngn
JOHN H. OIIKRI.Y, Editor.
Nosi: of llic colored congressmen In
Washington Imve ever nicarcil atl'rcsl
dent Grntit'. meitlon.
In live weeks the present ConreM will
expire, ami mention of an extra sesilonl
Tut New York lltrald tell PreItlent
Grant how to make lilmelf "one of the
inoft opulnr men In the laud ;" uutnely,
to rcjlgn and jin to Europe.
Pinchueck's credential have been ap
proved by the Senate committee, ami he
will doubtless le admitted to lil seat. In
the committee Messrs. Morton, Anthony,
Logan and Mitchell voted In his favor,
and Alcorn, Hamilton and SauUbury
against him. Messrs. Carpenter and
Wndlelgh were absent.
TouNO-Tcm, the Emperor of China,
died on the 12th lust. The deceased Km
peror was the husband of the Empress
Alute, but was only eighteen years ot
aire and left no heir to the throne. He-
port gives the heirdom to a child live
yean old, but who ho Is or where he 1,
Is not definitely known. Prince Kung,
uncle of the Emucror. will assume the
The particular of the jnilcldc of Mm.
Elder of Saline county, which occurred
on Tuesday, the 19th lust. .are sulllclently
horrible. The unfortunate woman cut a
hole in the lee In a pond near her resi
dence, llrst Htrangleil her new born infant
and then threw herself, wltli thebodyin
her anus, into the pond. Here he was
found aflerathreeday's search. Mrs. Elder
had been twice deserted by her hu.baud,
and It isupoed the I rouble occasioned
by his licartle.vs conduct, Induced her to
commit the rash deed.
Hkkciiku, It Is said, l threatened with
npoplexy. The New York correspond
ent of the Chicago Tribune say :
"The slightest iersonal allusion to him
self, during the proceedings, Invariably'
deluges his lace with blood. He seems
to swell in moments of nervous irritation,
and the veins upon his forehead dilate to
the very point of rupture. Once to-day
I was alarmed by his fearful appearance.
His throat and neck were just as erhmon
us his check, and UU heart kept iitiii
ing the dangerous ilood Into Id hmlu.
until I thought to see him complete the
tragedy of f.illlng out ot his chair (lead."
A "lioi.n i'amixi:"' In the I'liitrd
.States Is predicted by the New York T.i
bunt. In the Iat three month-, twenty
millions of dollar') in gold coin and bul
lion has found Its way out of thecoiintry
toEurojMj. '-The cause of the drain." -;i.v.s
the Chicago Tiibunt, "Is found In the Im
portation of M'curltle-, mainly ('idled
States bonds, the prices of which are
higher now In thii country than they
have Ik-cu at any time since the end of the
war. As capitalists, tlnd a dlllleulty in m
cuilng giMid luveitmeut". and bonds are
always good and safe, the loanable capi
tal has turned toward' them, and, as the
Imnds have to le imported from Europe,
thu exchange is ngalu-t us."
O.v Friday the '-dead Jock" in the
House of Eepresentatlvos, which had
Impelled legislation since Wednesday
noon, was broken. For two day.sdilatory
motions to prevent action on the Civil
HlghtJi bill, were kept up. .Six or eight
reading clerkvwere exhausted In the pro
bccutlou of their monotonous duty, and
substitute were supplied. Speaker
Hhdno left the chair to consult with the
members of UU party upon the situation,
and expressed the opinion that the pres
ent rules of the House made it posible
for thu Democrats, to remain in rjii-ccu-the
session until the second centennial
celebration, for all the lJepubl!eau
could do. The Impression prevails, ami
Is apparently well founded, that the it
publicans do not want to pass tlie t ,,
Rights bill; that tlie tight was ..
made for buncomle, and that pa. llain
tary menus will be usd to hac it c-u
becoming a law.
A HOVAI. UIIT.
When Gen. .Sherman went on 111- t
elgn tour In 1873, he spent some time
Egypt, and was entertained with great
good will by the Khedive at Cairo. Du
ring their Intercourse, tlie American sol
dier gave s-ome advice to tlie Egyptian
Sovereign concerning the reorganization
and discipline of the oNli-cru of his army.
The Khedive took the advice and evi
dently profited by it, and hs lately giun
expression to Ills gratitude in a right
royal manner. As a wedding present to
Gen. Sherman' daughter Minnie, ie
ceniiy married to Lieut. Fitch of tlie
cniteU States Navy, he has
keut three hundred thousand
.i,.n.. -.1. . ,
tiuiuiri, worm oi maiiiotm-'. this mag
nificent present eame over In the steamer
Parthla, which arrived last week, and the
package was carried direct from tlie ves
el to the custom-house by a messenger
who was In Ignorance of the precious
freight he bore. There aie over live hun
dred stones, and the set condsts of a
parure, necklace and ear-rings the set
tings of mott elegant and exquisite
workmanship. Seventeen of the dia
tnonds are larger than Jim risk's famous
alone which was valued at tweuty-lght
thousand Hollars. 'Jhrec thou-and oer
ions vUltcd the New York custom-house
on tho evening of the IWtli Inst., to get a
glimpse oi tne hiiedivc's. splendid gift.
After 'remaining at Tlllany's In New
York Tor a few days they will be sent to
Mrs. Fitch at St. Louis.
COI.. MOHROWN TKSJTIMO.W.
Col. Morrow's testimony lieforo the
IxmUlana Invtstlgatlng committee agrees
well with his late report on the same sub
ject. Col. Morrow testified that In
tour throughout the Statu he discovered
no hostility to tlie general irovcriuneut
no ill will on the part of the whites to
ward the colored men and no distinction
to curtail them of any of their rights or
privileges, though ho found that In some
Instances negroes occupied positions they
were not, In the opinion of the whites,
fitted for; Hi In one cac where n lury
comiWscil exclusively of coloml men.
not Otic of w hom could read or write, sat
In n case Involving eighteen thousand
dollars. Col. Morrow further testified
that the coplc arc despondent, that
they lack "ordinary American
vitality;" that the country
hai a look of general neglect, as though
an army had marched Ihrouch it. and
that the general complaint Is thatmonev
and not justice determined the decrees of
the court." Col. Morrow disclaimed be
ing a statesman, when asked by a mem
ber of the committee what would ben
proicr remedy for the Ills he spoke of,
hut nnswered as follows :
"I do believe If an election were held In
the State of Ix)uisana In a pcrleetly fair
and Impartial manner, w ithout the pre
ence of United States troop to Influence
voters, and without any of the ordinary
clap-trap tm-ans of Intimidation on either
sltli-, I lwlleve the )eople of Louisiana,
from my knowledge ot them, extending
from one section of the State to another.
I do believe that the jteople of this State
woidd submit quietly to thv election, and
abide by the result."
This Is the opinion ot "an army officer,
a (Irant man and n friend of the Presi
dent." IlI.ACKWOOlt 1'Olt JAM'ARY.
JllackteooJ's Maga:int for January. 1 $75,
republished by the Leonard Scott Pub
lishing Co., Is now ready. The new story
which begins the llrst volume of the
new year Is told In n very quiet style by
an Eugli.-hmau, who spent a winter at
.Vice with an Invalid daughter, during
which lime lie met with Gl.muetto, an
Italian llshennan. The Interest Is aroused
and kept active by the mystery attached
to this man, who suddenly received tlie
power of (speech and song when over
twenty years of age. although he was
born dumb. The story Is to be continued.
"Idas: an Extravaganza," l an attempt
to exhibit the tendencies of Materialistic
theories In their extieuie Nues.
It is depravation of social and politi
cal morals consequent upon the material
istic theory, thus developed far lieyond
the contemplation of its modern si-on-
sors the wiluesiexces-es springing gen
erlcally from the confounding of things
essentlallv distinct, which that theory is
grounded upon that we have to deal
with in the en-ulng pages."
"The Abode of Snow" begins with an
account of tlie "jhula," or bridges made
of ropee of twi-teil birch twig', whlehnrc
neither safe nor pleasant to cro, but the
greater part of the article is devoted to a
description ot the customs of the Thlt)e
tausvand c-jecially the workings of poly
andry. A very entertaining article is tlie re
view of tlie llrst volume of Mr. Martin.
"Life on tlie Prince Consort" a boo!
which "cannot fail to iucrcacthcadmlra
tlon and reverence of the nation for the
great and dutiful soul who lived u life
obscured by its very grentuo-, in tlie
nilil-t of us, and who only now can lie
d. I!. (Jhig Chaplain-Hciiera! gives
111 views on the subject of religious be
llet'ln the paper entitled. "The (".real
Problem: ("an It be Solved':" which the
author says is written "exchi'lvely for
those in whom, unfortunately lor them
selves, the principle- of faith has been
It is a clear and comprehensive article,
tliat cannot fall to interct any thought
The periodicals reprinted by The Leon
ard Scott Publishing Co., (II lliuclay
Street, N. Y.) are as follows : The Lon
don (juartrrli, Edinburgh, WtatuxinUer,
and Jlrilish Qimrttrbj Iteritici, and Mack-xi-ood'
t Magazine. Price, $-1 a year for any
one, or only ?li lor all, and the Postage
i prepaid by the Publishers.
A rainily I'olKoiiril.
rrOmthe Decatur (111.) Magnet.
On Sat ui day the family of Mr. Win.
Downhi''. who rcldes nb'out one mile
norihuf tlie city, after eating their din
ner, iiecame. violently McK ami vomited
-i v. rely for some hours. A physician
.if s,.t,i r nu, J relief was had yesterday
o'li-iimg. although Mrs.Downfiig and a
, on j iii i.i i .med llrewcr, a hired hand,
-,i i 'i il -i, !;,
1' ' i vd that the cause of the
- - senleln some buckwheat
i which were given to a
' lioiilv after became deadlv
'l. voiul "d violently,
.'i. .'owning charge. the servant girl
Itli putting arsenic- in the buckwheat
liter. She liad been told on Friday tlint
lie could get another situation, tha't sliu
uiii n oi nun iiiem.
llefore she left on Friday, she mixed
ome oiickvv neat imuer mid lell It to raise
for bieakfast on Sunday iiiumin". but fin-
6omecau(! orotlierit was not baked un
til dinner time.
Mr. Downing, we believe, intends to
swear out a warrant charging the irlrl
with poisoning tho family.
There were four persons poisoned,
namely: Mr. and Mrs. Downing, Mr.
Frank Smallwoor, a cousin ot Mrs. DV,
and a hired man, John llrewcr.
Tlio Ilnulm) or Lobbying,
Mr. Sam. Wnrd, the lobbyist of Wash
liiglou. in his testimony In the Pacific
.Mail investigation, in auwer to a sug
gestion from Mr. Iteek. said :
i in-, iiiisiiie-, in luuujiii, imi iscaiied,
I'l.ip ....i. ... . .
is .14 iireeanuiis s i mr mi ieii iir .
uus, .vim jrciaii rcuuy; your noals go
out; suddenly there comes a storm and
away you are driven; everybody who
wiuna umillllix aooill asll
inutoii knows that ten times,
ay, fifty times, more measures
are lost man are carried ; but once in
wlille a pleasant little windfall of this
kind recompenses us. who are always
toning here, for the disatipolntiuents of
ii.vn-sbiun i am uoi at an usuamcu ;
Is a very u-etul one; In England It is
separate branch ol the leiml nrofesIim:
there they have parliamentary lawyers,
who do no other business; there the com-
iiiiiiuc. en an nay to near these lawyers,
and they sit lu Parliament all night ;
whereas here the committees are only al
lowed to sit for an hour and a half, and
so i s very nam to get through 1,000
nm ill il reis,i,n- uw UlSappOlllllllOlltS
uiu iiun.il niuiu iiiiiueruiis man tuo suc
cesses. I have had many a pleasant contingent
knocked away laughter when every,
thing nppeared prosperous and certain,
audi would not Insure miv liiniri
were paid fifty per cent, to secure Its pa,
sage; that Is the general rule In this sub
sidy maiier; l tniiiK that tlie gentleman
nr. irv in' pant more money limn he
tieeu nave pant.
City scrip for salu lu quantities to suit
the purchaser. Apply at the Ilfi.LKiix
M. T. TO MRS. S. J. S.
Caiuo. Jan. 30, 1S7S.
MyDrauMus.S. J. S.-Your little
story, told In your usually graceful style,
has just been read, and lw left mc Incon
siderable doubt a to whether ou really
Intend It lor a reply to my humble arti
cle or not. It ha so little to do with tlie
question In controversy, viz. : Dr. Thav cr.s
lecture and tlie Ylneeune resolutions,
that I am forced to believe the weakness
of your side of the argument
has drlv en. you Into this "new departure."
Ah! you niadeadlvcluto the deep wa
i..r. nftii.. lUtV river of Kumor. and came
up muddy and dripping, but trlumiiiant. '
with Dr.Thaverhcldupina light any
thing but enviable. Not being the Ilex
erend gentleman's biographer, and not
being In tlie habit of swimming around In
thu delectable river already mentioned. I
am not prepared cither to dcn.v or iie
know'etlje tire truth of your story.
The hape of our contest having en
tirely changed, from the Vlnceime. reso
lutions to u jxrional atlair concerning
Dr. Thascr, 1 must l-eir to retire Inglori
oiisly Irem a field lu which 1 am not at
homeand In which you excel. 1 iall
practice hunting up every rumor which
daikens a character, o that I may add a
lltle to lt darkues. and when I feel my
hoif avvompll'hevlln that line. I shall once
liiore be prcp.rel to give or aewpt a
Ik tore I say farvw eH.aud tail frem a niche
in public which you o proudly adorn. I
will answer oneor two questions whivh
preceded your nice little tory. "How
do I ".note you did not hear the lecture;"
Just a I know cho you are from close
ubservatlon. "How do I know the Dr'.
lecture crn-hed the Vlneennes people:"
W't Judge a great many things from their
re-ult--, and those very Vlneennes rM)lu
tlons were the most convincing
proof of the inability or the
Spiritualists of Vinccnnes to reply
lu any other manner. In conclusion, I
do not know whether Dr. Thayer ever
retused to enter Into a Spiritualistic con
troversy or not. If he did, It was not
from n want of convincing argument or
scientific knowledge on hi part, but pro
bably from the fact that few good results
ever arise from Joint discussions wit
ness the religious debate Just ended here',
pi which both parties claim the victory,
and which probably did not change the
opinion of a single person on either side.
I've lost my copy of ".Mother Uoo-e,"
or I'd close with a quotation about the
wise man who run away and lived to
light another day. Doloroudy,
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AddiTJ., lilt. CHASK'a STKA.M IMtl.NliVlj
HOUbU. A.NK AltUOII MICH. Iti-ll'sO-vVSm
iTrrisllnsTtiP WrotiK llcn:.
Jtsnv times W.inicneHll up.ui their f tn
llv nliv'slct ii. "in vv tii ily p p In, ntiotlur
vv'itli pslpl st mi nuollie Willi tr ui.le ct
tlicbrcsst, aliulio vvllli urn her.' niul
there, ami h- this wy the) ll pre-nt
alike to tlietii'e ves hi d heir eisy. olng
ami liulllleren declno. ep rale anil lla-
liiift illspa-t s, f r wn cii lie prcsc mc ins
pills anil pollen., a sum tig tone Mieli, lieu,
in rcallf they are all v nipt in can cil by
sorce uterine illonle ; an vvlilln iiiey aro
thin only stile crh ps t palliate tor n
time, they urn leiiiiialit nf tlie euis , atij
encour pe .heir practice ui til large Mil
ar in.ult. vv r t' f HlllerlllL' lmt ci, Is vr)
no better In the end. hut probably worn
tor llic delav t e atmrnt. and o ( e compl'.
cations tiuife, and wlilc'in proper medi
cine dtrecteil to lie atH' vvoutdhave ei
tirely remove the eti liislliutliu; health
ml com ort in lead ofpr longed misery.,
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votl sent nic anil be n u-'n - It iinu edinlcl.
A a reiu.t or the tr atineiii I feel better
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"Dr. l'l-n e- Tlie l'.iv rlt I'm si rl tlmi
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Address HAItl'Elt A UltOTIU'ltS, N. Y.
Ayers Cathartic Pills,
Tor tlie relief
find cure of all
the stomach, liv
er, and bovtelt.
They arc a mild
aticrient. and an
.tire. llelnK pure
ly vegetable, Ihey
contain no mer
cury or mlucr.il
serious sickness and sufferinj? la prevented by
their timely use; and ever)' family "hould
hare them on band for their protection and
relief, when requited. I.ona' experience has
liroved them 10 be the mU-t, Hired, and
Lest of all lhc Villi with which the market
abounds. Ily their occasional use, the blood
It purllled, the rorrnptloDs of the syMcm ex
pelled, obstructions icnioved, mid lhc uholo
machinery of lifo restored to its healthy acllv
Ity. lutcnial oigana which become cloireed
and ilupKlth are cleansed by Aurr't I'lllt,
and rtlmulatvd Into action. Thus Incipient
disease Is changed Into health, Die value of
which change, when ro Loucd on the tait
multitudes vv ho enjoy It, can hardly be com.
pntcd. Their suj-nr-coatlntr makes them
jilcasant to take, and preserves thetr virtues
unimpaired for any Icnirtti of time, so Uiat
they are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Altliouzh searching, they arc mild, and oper
ate without disturbance lo tho comlituUoa or
diet or occupation.
Kull directions are given on the wrapper to
tarn box, lion- louse them as a family I'liyslc,
ami for lhc following cuuiplatult, which these
I'lllt rapidly cure.
For IT"irilii or Indlarratlnri,
Iraaite-, I.uniruir. nnd I. tit if Aiir
llr, they should bo taken moderately to
stimulate tho ittomach, and re 1 tore 1U healthy
tone and action.
For Lit it Complaint anil Its varlnn
svmptnmi, lliliiiua lleuitat be, Mick
llrailuche, JTuumllcr orCirrrn Stick
nru, nillnua Colic and llltloua
ten, they should be Judiciously taken for
each rase, to correct the dlseaved action, or
remove the obstructions which cauc it.
Kor Oynrntrry or IHurrhoru, butooa
mild dose It generally required.
For Illui um,at l m , (aonc, O ravel,
Palpllallan of tlir Ilrart, Ialn In
Ihr Nltlti, Hack, and I.olnt. ihey ahould
be continuously taken, an required, to change
tho disrated action of Ihe ny stem. With such
change ihoc complalntx diapiear.
For IroiT and Itroptlrul Nwrll
inga, they inoulil bo taken in large and fre
quent doses to produce the effect of a drastic
For SJapprtsaalon, a targe dose shnnld be
Liken, na it produces the desired effect by
At a Dinner l'ill, take one or two i'lllt to
promote digciUon. nnd relieve the Momach.
An occasional clo.e (timulates the ttomarh
and bowelt, restores the appetite, and Invigor
ates the sytlem. Hence It 1 often advanta
geouii where no serious derangement exlt.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that
a dose of these I'lllt makes him feel decid
edly better, from their rleanslng and reno
vating effect on tho dlgeatlvc apparatus,
Sr. J. C. ATEB tc CO., Practical Chtmliti,
T.OWr.I.I,, MASS., V. H. A.
YOB SALS BV ALL DHUOOUIt EVEBVWHEH.B.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Sot Fover nd Akuo. Intermittent Fe
vor. Chill i'ovor, llemlttent Fovor.
Dumb Ague, l'onodloat or JJUloui Ve
vor. Ao., and Indeed all the alleotlona
wbioh arUe from maJaxioua, marih. or
TBp' No one remedy Is louder
H called for by tlie necessities
H- of the American people than
Bf a sure and safe cure for
JH J Frvrr uml Agin-. .Such
M we are now enabled to offer,
w with a perfect certainly that
It will eradicate thu disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can
arieo fiorn It use in any rjuautity.
Tliat which protects from or prevent this
disorder must bo of hmiwnso service In Ihe
communities where It prevails. I'rttrtition
Is better than cure ; for Ihe patlont escapes the
risk which he must mn in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This 11 CtiliB" expels
tlio miasmatic poison of I'nrruiul Agun
from tho system, and prevents the develops
ment of the disease, If taken on tho llrst
approach of Its premonitory nymptorm. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
oilier ever discovered for tho speedy and cer
tain euro of Intcrmlttcnta Is.thkt it contains
no Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro
duces no fulnlsm or other Injurious effects
vrhivtovrr upon the constitution, Those cured
by It are left as healthy as If they had never
had the disease,
rrtrr lanil Agn Is not alone thu con
tequence of tlio miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arlso from Its Irritation,
among which aro .tcuruliflu, Illinium..
Usui, Gout, llrttilsicliK, Illltiilnets,
Tnutliutlip, Kurticlit,Culiirt'b, Aslli.
nw, lMtiltutlun, Iulnful ArTrctlon
oftbti Hil,--ii,IIysi-rirs, ui In tlir
JionrW, Colic, I'urulyala, and derange
ment of tlio Stomach, nil of which, when
originating In this cause, put on tho inter
mittent typo, or become periodical. This
"CuitK" expels the poison from Ihe blood,
and consequently cures them all alike. It Is
n Invaluable protection to Immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing In
tho malarious districts, If laken occasion
ally or dally while exposed to the Infection,
that wilt be excreted from the aystem, and
cannot accumulate In suniclent quantity to
ripen into disease. Hence it is even mora
valuable for protection than euro; and few
will ever Buffer fiom Intermittents If they
avail themselves of the protection tills rem
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpid.
Ity of the Liver, It Is an excellent remedy,
stimulating tho I.lver Into healthy actvlty,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
wutro other medicines fail,
Dr. J. C. ATKIt & CO., Irfwell, Mass.,
J'r act leal and Analytical Chtmlttt,
AMD HOLD ALL HOUND TUB WOULD.
'lltm slit fipiiilyrure of (-cmluul ml
I'll In on .11
J.' Iisi Maiihiiiid nnd all disiiidom luou.nl
nnbj indlscivllons ur exciws
Any Di uidt
Una I he IMtliilltliU.
Addiess, Dr. K. HILTON CO ,
l-Il-dAw-Jr Cincinnati, Ohio.
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