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glrc 1 Wilkin.
MradlntT Matter on Etcrjr Pgr.
JOHN n. OBKRLY, Editor.
Tub HlnmUIMo Xttet U to 1k rulm-gitl.
Moihnti'U.y exclaims tliu Tazewell
llrpubhcan: "Tape worm lat wok,
nuil now tlie small-pox If comlnjrt"
fnvxl Lord, whnt nn tinfortiinale com
Tut: pune wn nlvny n mystery to us,
but nttor rendliijr Sclicnck on It, w took
to It with ability, l'oker l now our fa
vorite came. It U emloril liy I'reMuVitt
Wk have received the llr.t number of
the Cum ami Stamp Journal, published at
Kantm City, Ml-onrl, by V . K. n Inner
It l propo-cd to make the Journal a
medium between the purclinwr and seller
of Stamps anil Colne.
Damm. The Tranterlpt grown witty
over t lie name oi our leiiow-cmzcii, Jir,
wainin. e near mat rcoria is ucati
it miKt be true, since the Trannerint
forced to come to 1'ekln to net a little
Datum wit. Tatewetl Ittpubltean.
Wit of this kind is damned bad wit, mil
Mr. Damm has reason to bhtMi that he 1
the Hublcct of It. It Is the worn-out mill
dam wit resurrected.
Tub Acephalous .S7ife Iteghter U get
ting lt. head. It has had the courage to
say that the Opposition members of the
House voted n resolution that should
have licen detcated. The llegisterhna bc
como a Hon In courage, but In Its Inde
pendence Is giving aid and comfort to the
llndtc.il1. What right has an "organ,"
an Acephalous organ, to go back on Its
Sometimu ago the State HrgUterml
beadles and tailless political tape-worm,
controlled by Its IicjhI end, denounced
lion. K. 31. Haines, then a member of
the House, as a troublesome, thno-loslug
and pestiferous gentleman; but, now.
controlled by Its. tall end, It declares that
Hon. E.M. Haines, Speaker of the House,
nan do no wrong; and that he who says
lie can Is a Iladlcal, a toft money man
and an advocate of the protective tiirlfi'
system, besides being a monopolist and a
national banker. We like the whole of
the Jteghter but have a stronger illici t Ion
for Its head end than the othercud. The
suspicion that there ought to lie. a few
brain hi the head end, make- us prefer
It to the tall end.
Tm: Louisville CourUr-Joimml says :
"The Temperance Alliance in Chicago is
engaged in the very sensible business of
trying to (icraiiade employers not to pay
otf their men until Monday morning, ex
hibiting an array ol facts going to prove
that money paid on Saturday night, l-.ln
the majority of cji-es. squandered at sa
loons and gambling hclK" The ( ounVr
Journal U mistaken when it -ays this Is
sensible business Men paid oil Satur
day uiglit get drunk on liquor paid for
"cash down on the nail,'' and lliey ante
their uicLIca In Hut .ouwiTa favorite game
of poker, i'ay them on Monday and
they will get drunk Saturday night and
Sunday on credit, and ante buttons when
they indulge in Schcnek's game. The
man who drinks on ciedit, will drink
twice as much as tho cash g.zler, and
the man who can ante buttons will
win or lose twice as much as the ulcklc
nntcer. MUitrrtr.ii.i.s.H at u:iuti: ii.w.Tr.
Harnll, of the Gazette, vislUtl Tcrre
Haute last week to Investigate the won
ders of Spiritualism and returned more
convinced than ever ol the truth of the
new religion, lie saw a woniauythe me
dium, dressed hi a light figured lawn
dress, enter alone, a cabinet perched upon
tresels twenty inches high, so that it
could lie looked under, and located so
that it could be examined on all sides and
the top. The doors were closed, ami, in
about twenty minutes, the cabinet
wn opened, disclosing two 11,
uies one iniiiouiitctiiy mat ol tlie me
dium, the other that or a female taller
than the medium, dressed In u wrapper
of a snowy whiteness belted at the waist.
Iloth llgiires stepped out of tho cabinet
and went Into the room fully four feet
from the cabinet doors. Tho llgures
walked, moved their arms and clapped
their bands. Tho llgures retraced their
steps into tho cabinet, tho. light was
turned on, the cabinet doors weroopened,
the audience rushed Into the cabinet, and
found no person In It but the medium.
Till; TAI'IVWOItM OUOA.V
lUgitter. Whenever wo i5lt Sprlnglleld
wo esiU upon the gentleman who controls
It the scintillating Merrltt, and after the
manlier of Brooklyn friends osculate him.
In fact, tlie tyijtfp and tlie Merrltt, are
two ot our pet weaknesses. Hour alter
iiour we linger over tlie editorial articles
of the Jlegitter, admiring tlie literary
skill displayed hi them ami
..i ..i .it .
yielding to me force of tlie
lrreshiiniu logic that distinguishes them
" s always put aside the paper with re
gret, wishing there was more of so good
a nine tiuiig. it Journal of
uio most wonderful description,
itcrusiies us opponents without elfort,
ii nguiaies me party ot which It
is tlie organ with neatness and dispatch.
and there Is nowhere in all the land a pa
IKTthat can crawl through a .smaller
nolo, licsldes ltn other merits it Is an
Acephalous organ. Jt Is headless in tho
w nsc of having no brains, and yet runs
on with success and applause. It Is like
a tape worm that lias had Its head and
tall removed. It Is alive in tho miililtp
und has us much Intellect hi its tail end
as In Its head end. ItU as often moved
by the tall end us by tho head end, but
never oy an ciul that tan boast of brains ;
iiiiu wuciiover u moves, although It may
be loliowlng tho tall end, it claims-ana
who can deny!1 that It is moving forward
It Is wonderful In Us way. and Is I'liitiiwi
'o all the admiration we bestow upon it.
IN IT POETRY T
Iii Harper's Maqaiint for the current
month Is a poem entitled "The Angel of
the Twilight," wrltUn by Will Wallace
Harney. It has been copied Into nearly
every pajK-r In tho United btatcs, a mot
that will probably convince Mr. Harney
that he Is on the highroad to literary
fame. It It does Mr. Harney will surely
be disappointed unless hebnll In the fu
ture produce something more nearly re
sembling poetry than "The Angel of the
Twilight." It U execrable stuff, and
what It Is all about Is one of those myste
rious tblnirs no fellow can llml out. It
opens with this stanza :
When the loii(t evenings alantliiK grow,
In cryetnl ruftera over tha htach,
The molt of lieaven are utmost In reach
As I think of my sorrow of long iwo .
Long evenings slanting in crystal raf
ters over the beach may bo poetical, but
what do the, words mean? Crystal rafters
convey no Idea to the mind, and when
wc arc told that In the long evenings
slanting hi crystal rafters over the beael
the roofs of heaven are tilinot within
reach of a man's uplilted ami, we give
up all hope of ever ascertaining what
Will Wallace attempted to say. We
never knew before that heaven had more
than one roof nnd that they were laid
upon tho crystal rafters of tho long even
lugs. Hut the most wonderful usscrtloi
In the stanza l, that the roots of heaven
w hen the long evenings slanting grow,
are almost within roach, as Will Wallace
thinks of Ins sorrow of Jong ago
When he don't think ol his sorrow
of long ago, it Is to be Inferred that the
roois of heaven aru not almost within
reach even when the long evenings slant
ing grow In crystal rafters over the beach
Jsot all the stanzas of the poem are as
empty of meaning its tho one referred to
above, but there Is not hi anj one of them
the rlnir of genuine poetry. Mr. Harney
has read the " In Meinoilani"of Tenny
son. and in an attempt to Imitate Its ver-
sillcatloii and peculiar tone has produced
a poem that may please the careless
reader but will make the Judicious love
ot poetry grieve.
"A FANCY NKl.TCH."
The great conspiracy in the Home
against Speaker Haines again showed It
cloven foot the other day hi a most ui
mlstakablu maimer. Mr. Culloin whlsp
ered to Mr. Connelly a few moments
and then Mr. Connelly whispered to M
Jo Davcis Jones. Within a minute after
tills, Mr. Jones arose to his feet and said
without blushing: "Mr. Speaker, I rise
to a point" of order." At tills instant M
Ciallln, Of Dti l'age, also aroe in his
place holding hi his hand llarclay's Di
gest. The danger was Imminent ; but Mr.
Mcnitt was recognized by the Speaker,
and in an eloquent speech uncovered the
bae intentions of the conspirators. Mr.
Mooney followed in a cati-tic argument
against the right of the mi
nority to make points of order;
he showed, in a mot conclusive manner,
that each point of order eot tho State
several thousand Mollars, and drew the
logical conclusion that It wa the duty of
the Speaker to present the money of the
leople from being squandered In this
way. Mr. Joiie-, while .Mr. Mcrritt and
Mr. Mooney were talking, pre.-lstcd hi an
cllort to have (lie Speaker entertain ids
tlnie-lo-ing mint of order, and ids cflorts
Dually resulted hi getting (lie Iloit-e into
coiil'ii-lon. Finally order was restored.
The general opinion U that .Mr. .limes,
acting by advice of Culloin and Council v.
was to blame for the disturbance. Wc
have no doubt ho was, and we suggest
that he ought to Ixrheld responsible for
his conduct. HI- seat ought tobe de-
rlnn.il vacant. He had no right to rise to
a point of order. 1'olnts of order are, as
tho 7ipe 'una State has forcibly
oaid, Radical tricks used by unprincipled
men like Jones In the interest of President
Grant, Uen. Sheridan and (iovcrnor Kci
logg. They arc morc,th?y arc iutrumcn(
the railroad monopolists arc endeavoring
to uso for the purpose of crushing down
the agricultural interests of this State, and
ai-o therefore very properly discounte
naucedby fepeaker Haines, whoo great
agricultural heartbeats In sympathy will
the down-trodden farmers of Illinois.
rilUIM)NE! UAIMCAI. NOI'TllKlt.V
The Pcpublican members of the House
ot Congress have agreed upon a bill in
relation to Southern affairs, of which tlie
following nro said by the telegraph to be
the leading points :
Tho llrst section relates to the invasion
ofa State by the citizens of another State,
and inaKcs the oflcuu puuMiablo bv n
line or $10,000, and Imprisonment not to
exceed ten years, at the discretion of tlie
I lie second section relate- to tlie over
throw ol a government of a State by any
portion ot Its own citizens. Tlie penalty
provided Is a line of not less than $,',00
nor more than $5,000, and Imprison inent
not more than two years.
'1 lie third section relates to the carry.
lug of concealed weapons at elections, for
wnieli nn appropriate penalty Is provided
Tlie fourth relates to tlie registration of
voters, lor the violation of which a pen.
any is also provided.
bectlou live relates to the ballot-boxes
and ballots, and tho distribution of elee
Section six provides that tlie killing of
any person under the torecolnc sections
shall be murder, and punishable as mtir-
Section seven lias reference to the jurls-
uiuuh vuincrrcii upon united States
courts and Circuit Courts under tills act
.-section eignt extends tho powers of
huperylsors or Elections, and confer
upon uicni in an voting precincts the
same powers which they now possess in
cities or twenty thousand Inhabitants.
L-......1 ..I .
.-sccwon iiiuu extends tne same powers
to deputy imirMisis, under tho same elr
oecuon ten provides mat election of-
nccrs shall not udjourn till they shall
nave counted and announced (ho vote
no tne supervisor or deputy marshal
who may be present is compelled to make
a certlllcato hi duplicate or the election
Section 11 relates to llio coinpensatloi
oi oincers tinder the act.
1 Section 12 provldts lor the preservation
of the ballots, poll lists, tally papers,
iv.c, In elections for emigres, till
after the llrst session of Congress
to which tho member shall have brcn
Section 13 provides that In cases where
the llrst and second sections of the
bill are violated as therein tiro-
Ided, that the writ of haleas corpus
may bo suspended by the president, and
re-enacts the fourth section of the kit-
There was anolher section In the bill,
which related to the fundamental condi
tions upon which the Southern States
were rc-admltted Into the Union, and pro
vidlug penalties Tor their violations. It
was carried hi the caucus
bv n majority of two. but
was subsequently stricken out.
On" the 10th Inst., Governor llevcrldge
sent to the House a message on William-
sou county, lie says :
l'roin recent, and reliable information
received by tills department It Is evident
that a spirit of lawlosnc.s prevails in
Williamson county, In this State. .Mur
ders have been committed from the brush
and under cover of darkness, and the
murderers go iinimnMieil. Men. armed
and dloguUcd, ride through tho country
at mgiit, (iismriiiug me peace, lurrityinjj
tne citizens, anil eoininitmisr acts ol vio
lence dlsgracciul to the ago and to our
civilization, rcrsons ami property are
Insecure. The people seem to bo over
awed, and terrorism and Intimidation
pervade alike the civil authorities nnd
private citizens, i here Is no torce nor
fund at the disposal of the executive ml
equate to tho emergency. 1 therefore, In
mil view oi iiic circumstances, respect
fully urge upon the General Assembly
tlie propriety ol placing at tlie control o
the executive a sum not less than $10,000,
to enable him to ferret out these crimes,
nnd cause these assassins and disturbers
of tlie public peace to be brought to Jus
A furious) Sipoclnclr.
Tlie Northern visitors who nrc in
Charleston saw a curious and instructive
spectacle a few days ago, which conveyed
to their minds n more correct Idea of (lie
iulluenco oft he Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Constitutional Amendments lu the
South than all the pomp of wars therein
It wastlie funeral of M.1I. Nathan, Esq.
ex-Chief of the Charleston Fire Depart
inent. He lately died lu New York, and
his liody was nrotignt Here tor interment
The funeral was attended by tlie who!
lire brigade. white and black
The lire companies nro all
volunteer companies. Iho white
have the steam engines, and are the
oldest organization.:, dating before tlie
war. This gives tliein precedence
iname In all processions liketliat of yester
day. The black companies were out lu
full force, and exhibited a bodv of me
who, if they were let alone, would inil
tale and live like white people, and be a
willing to lie led by them In all patriotd
movements a they are lu the tire depart
incut. The white asslstant-chicr of the
department walked arm in arm with the
blade assistant, to tlie Jewish burial
ground, where the remains of the de
ceased were tieposued, aim every one in
the procession conducted hlin-elf with
propriety. Sautiern Letter.
itrrent IiivrntlKiitloiiM of tlio .Moon-
There are some reasons which induce
tho belief, on the part of not a few among
tne. most eminent astronomers, at tne
pre-ent. day, In the Improbability that tlie
rotary motion oi tne moon, iy which,
from tlie earliest records of Its appear-
nice, that bodv has ahvavs tircscnU'tl tlie
same face lo the earth, was in tlie begin
ning exactly adjusted sons to produce
such results: but if, however, the moon
were !lquid,oreovercd by a liquld,tlie Im-
meii"e tines produced liy tneearin would,
In time, produce the ellect which N now
1'he hypothesis that tlie equality in
the tliuc-i of revolution and rotation of
tlie moon Is to be attributed to till- cause
Is thought to derive additional strength
from Die fact that tlie satellites of .lu-
liter seem lo follow I lie same law.
This cnuality, once established, will con-
tluuo forever. In consequence of tlie ac-
'clcratiou of the inoouV motion, and tlie
consequent diminution ot the lunar
luoiiin, astronomer-as(..rt tiiai. in a lew
thousand years, -he will be half a month
aiiead of the place In which she would be
II Her month were to remain constant,
and will, therefore, lie on tho opposite
side of the earth. If her time of rotation
remained constant during that pciiod, tlie
side which Is now hidden would then be
presented towards the earth, o that per
sons living two mmuriu ceuiurien uence
would have an opportunity of unveiling
its mysteries, nut analysis lias answered
tills iiuestion. dcmoiistratlHir that the
hemisphere of the moon, which is now
turned from the earth, will remain so uu
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Lanirnor, and Loea mf ni
tlio, Ihoy should be taken moderattly to
stimulate Ui stomach, aud restore lu helUiy
tone and action.
For IJTair Caaanlalat and Its Tarioas
rmptorai, Illlloua Ilciaelaiclss, slick
Hfave1achd, JTetntsslIco or CJreca Sick
Btaa, Hlllone Vstlla and sBlllaaa r
vcre, they should be judiciously taken for
caeli case, to correct the diseased aoUon, o
remove Uie obstnictlons wbldi cause It.
rorDjecBtery or Illiarrkaaes, butoss
suild dos It generally required.
ror nheamavtUsM, eSstst, tSravvcl,
PatlBltiatlott of tain Heart, PmIb la
Use Hide, Hatok, and toolaa, they snould
be continuously taken, as reqalred, tn change
Btie diseased action of the tvslera. WlUituco
ebange those complaints disappear.
For Draper and ratlcal well
face, they should be takea In large and fre
quent doses to produce tke effect of a draaae
'Vor'HBBprfaalaB, atiriedese aboild be
taken, as it produces Ihe desired efeet by
Inn.r r(. taVooieortwoPtlleeo
promote digestion, and relieve the storaatb.
An occasional dose Mlmulates the ttomsth
and bowels, restores Uie appetite, aad lavlgor
aKM the system. Ilenee it Is often advanta
geoaa wkare no serious derangemeat exists.
One who feels tolerably well, eftaa flnda mat
a dose ef these JMfI makes him feel deeld
edly Mw, from their cleaaslng aaa
vaaaug eXee4 en the ideestive apparatta
Br. J. C ATEE 8c CO., PrattUeJ CaHaifU,
J.OWBLL, MAXB., V. U. A
roa iaLz er iu dbuooists avaarwioa.
Ayers Ague Cure,
far Fever and Axue, Intennittant Fe
ver, Chill Fever, llemittent Fever,
Duiab Acue, Periodical or Iltlicm Fe
ver. Aa., and indeed all the affection!
wbioh arUe from malarloui, marah, or
No one remedr la loader
called for by the necessities
of the Amerleaa people tlian
a sure and safe cure fur
JTavar aad Agmr. fluch
we are now enabled to offer,
with a perfect rerulatr that
It will eradicate the distate, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from Its ate la any qnanllty.
That which protects from or prevents this
ttltordermutt be of Immense servlee In the
eommunltlee where It prevails, J'rttmtim
ts better than cure ; fer Uie patient escapes tke
risk which he must run In violent attacks at
this baleful distemper, Thtt " Curx1 exptls
the mlaamaUo poison of Faver aa4 Agu
from the system, and prevents the develop
ansnt of the disease, If taken on the llrst
approach of IU premonitory symptoms, X
treat lupertorlly of Uilt rtmtdy over aay
ether ever dttcovered for the sptedy and cer
tain care of InUrrolttenta It, that It contains
ao Quinine or mineral; consequently It pro
duce no quinism or other Injurious effects
whatererupon the constitution. Those eurtd
hy It are left at healthy at If they had never
bad the disease.
Vavar aad jkajae la not alone the en
leqaence of Uie miasmatic poison. A gicat
variety of dlsorderi arilt from Hi Irritation,
among which are Xraralrta, Rlienma
tJeaa, 9aat, Headache, UllaanrM,
Vaelhacke, Karacke, Catarrh, Aatk
Bta, Palpllatlaa, Palafnl AtTectlaa
af tka Iplsra, Uyaterice, Pa I a la tka
Bavealc, Callc, ParuIyaU, and derange
moot of Uie Itomacb, all of which, when
originating tn this cause, pnt en the later
mitten! type, or become periodical. This
"Cdu expels the poison from the blood,
aad eonseqaenUy cure Uiem all aUke. It I
aa Invaluable protectioa to ItamlgraaU and
persons travelling or temporarily realdlag in
the aaalarlOBi distrlcta. If takea occaaioa
ally or dally while expose to the InfttUoa,
taal will be excreted (ton Ike ryttem, aad
eaanel aoeumulakt in sufficient quanllly to
tipea Into disease. Ueaeo U la even more
valaable for protectioa than cure; and few
will ever tuffer freai Intermittent u they
avail themaelve of the protectioa this rem
For liver Ceaaplalat, arlskag Trm terpU
hy of the Liver, II la aa exetllent renieay,
eetaanlating tho Urnr Into healthy activity,
aad rodaelng many truly resutrswiUo oaroa,
where oeher medicines fall.
i rKUAin arr
De-, J. 0. ATM ti CO., I.weU, MaM
Praetteai and AWl CfumiHt,
AMD HU AU BOUlfD THX WORLD.
FOIt the wdy cure of Seminal VYeakneKS,
lmt Manhood nud all ilisonters hiought
on hy IndlkCivtlons or c.vrena Any Druggist
ha. Ihe liiKieilUuts,
Addica, Pr II, HILTON A CO ,
1-il-dAw.ly Clnclunatl, Ohio,
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