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-The administration officials and news-
papers at Waahibgton do not know what
to make, of GtnBherttanV Nf f Or
loans speech. 'Ta VMMkt'etetcBJa
to ,dc tno rrcsiaeavs organ'sajs inis
morning : "Ye, not believe that
Gen Sherman said kny'sneh thinjgj be
cue wly a ohort.Unia aince we heard
Wm express in" very" ilrotrg-terms cx-
acJly tkefaattaryopinifl.,f ifjha did
say so what shall wo call it?- One of
his erratic growls, or shall wo call' tttf
bid Tor" tho Dcinocra'ctic Presidential
nomination " u-
The Legislature of Indiana has
finally amended the divorce laws of the
State, so that under the law, as amended,
wncrc the cau?c of divorce has arisen
in another State, the prisoner must provo
bonafulr. residence of three yeare, in
stead of one, in State and county in which
the application is filed. No, divorce
will hereafter be granted unless the act
or acts complained of were good causes
of divorco in the SutqJn which they
wero committed. The causes of divorco
must be distinctly stated, .and nothing
is left to the discretion of the judges as
heretofore. Hence, parties wW da ire
to be released from matrimonial bosi
mast look to some other State than In
diana. Ohio !b now the best State.
The first case to como before the
United States courts in the South, un
der the provisions of the Ku Klux law,
it is thought, will bo that of three South
Carolina radical office-holders. Two
or three weeks ago the safe of the treaa7
urer of Abbeville; county, was .robbed of
$15,000. The chief, constable' of the
State traced the .crime, f a ihrce broth ers,
named Guffin, onginally.northern men,
but for some time residents of Abbe-
xilkyH.C. Onei nf tVisi flnffina, ia, amftm.
bate judge of (he county, and the fkitd
U.sMjoroAbbpfillei All three have
been arrested and are now in fose con
finement in Columbia. The chief cdni
JJ4.Ld.? , I'M i ... .T ... JJ
BTAuicpays ne aaa ine most lnauDitaoie
proof of their guilt. j
New York editors, those good for
anything, are pretty well paid. The
managing editors, Croly of the Tl.orW,
Rcid of the 7WbKnr-, Blankham of thb
TfraW, and JenblngH pf the Timet,
have each salaries "of $10' per week;
amountiug lo $0,200 a year, j Of the
editorial writers, those of tho Htrahl, re
ceive the smallest in New York, ranging
from 835 to (50 per week; those on the
TWlwie are from t)50,bj$8ft: tb of
the wriiers'on'thtf'Ti'orWarrpaid 8100
weekly,, while ou, the , 2Yms the heavy
writers rcccivo 8150 per week, arid
others from 850 to 875. Most of the1
writers of the Sim Hitchcock,,IJartlett,
Dana, Cummings7 andother8,aro stock
holders, and the -profits of: the paper
for"lhe past two yeara ha'vo' secured
them incomes. NordbotF, of the PottK
The New York WorM Bays it has
ground for believing that in the , late
Democratic CoDKrcMional Caucus one of
the ablest, Boundcs't, and ni6stlrospee(e'd
Democratic members of Congress, in a
.speech of grcaj ability' aho vigor, stated
that, jf thcjiuprcwc, cp.urt.itero com
posed wholy 9? peiu9cratio judges ;thoy
would unanimously sustain tho validity
of tho new amendments'. Tfjo World
adds : "
Wo hayo no doubt thnt'tbis IJemocrntlc
member .'.who Is a verv ublo -lawvon was
correct. At any rate, it quite certain that,
tbe supreme court aa now composed will
sustain 'ine- nnienompnu - Ana it so, u
mutt bo clear to everybody whose opinion
is Iwbrth trotrardintr that thoy can bo
got .rid of only by countur omendinonts
requiTing-,two-tnirds oi Congress ana taree-
fourtni or tbo Htatei. eucn being tno niu
ationt we have no doubt tbattbo southern
as 'wolas'ibo, nortbirn DothocraU.wllI-
..1. ' i:i.r.ii. i.-.i- . iCi i.
pretty uunuiiuuusij cuiiuiuuu iu vwjri.i
We have theitcstjmpny of many Journals
nd'nUnv nrfvifs UtWrii thatst majority
of.thoKouthern DpmocrAtS do acedpt it al-r
PLA NTINQ FOREST TREES.
KjraJnaUe article lmAVV h-
Dlantiutr forest-treeikys USiowrru.'if
i'OTjf ,(h)aM Vftlue, shojil
crtr Tpcciipy ' spafce, Mad aoil i fdd i
reaspnhe would pot plant a cott'onwood
a Lombardy poplar not a white yellow
for .timber. Ho gives the faljjring
areracrei maasurasaanU. trom trees or
im rue i4. -'!-. . n i.iin i -. . l tm.
twelve yean' growth, tho plants from
six. to twelve inches hjgh when set out
in , rowfjla $19 iltcroa-5n
larch, Norway, spruce, black walnttl,
silver maple, white pine, white ash, and
white pine, as well as several plaata-
hobs wnn trees 'separaseiy "'
strucliveto maplo'nUindin'g near : ;
Bllrer (or soft msale) t..
8u(ar maple ...r-........'..
Vwwa k: a
s to 4
Chaa(ewalHssa)-..-Hfc J -
ntaeK .wnsnaw umuJm
Tamarack tor American lareni...
Aaaectewi eHa....... i , tt.
Hcotch elm....-.... 3 to 4
Karopen btrch.i..i. to
Kuropeaa, bMCh..... to,. 4
White pm...-..U-i..... .' to to
Norway tpruce...M. tojt
Bcoteh pine t...;i..... 4 to 8
Black Austrian pine ..... 6 to 7
.European tllrerflr -.. 2 to 4
will bo swoa that the European
larch outgrew everything4 else, and that
next this was white pine. Hence these
arc recommended as tho best trees for
Artificial forests and belts for the West.
I 'eiAl iim.i. airsrs
rwi.1 I iwnL raw i ca.
lion "V. K. NlbUck is mentioned n
Democratic candidate for the Governor of
" The Nebraska conititutlonal convention
meets tho first Monday In June. Mem
bers were ducted on' the. 2d init.
A secret loclely called tho "Itaft," to in
fluence elections favorable to tbe working
cliutes. has been formed In Now York. It
numbers some fifty" tboaiand, and hit
branches In all the principal cttiec.
0 OcB. Qranl and Gen. SchVrV'rinve both
Ijac) j.beeh In St. LouIb);' Otio'! PreI
dent of tbo United States and a general';
tho other Is a general and a senator., Both
bare lived In fjt. iiouiij and of courio
ought Vo h'avo:Ucqu'atnfanccs Iheru., Bql
tbe Proident's arrival was hardly known,
and cared, for (till leu. Tbe arrival of
tbo' senate? wai'a plrlect'ovnlion. flt.was
empbatically tbe trlomph of brains over
brass ; of intellect overitupldity.
LNo lersreriatire e"5old be-filtered upon
tha partisan emallgnty that unccas'ngly
alanitthte.admihlit'ratldn of Mr. Buchan
an, than tho remarks of. Mr. Wells i in bis
Cincinnati speech, thai "there never was
a time in oar history when wealth in
creased taster anddlitrlbuted itself more
equally, and wtien our population was
.rurdtl;r elyrtaA tly employed, than in
in lares yemrn Hamcaiawiy prcoeuiug mo
outbreak of tbo rebellion..
U 'U J CU RRENT NEWS, i i
Tho reward now offered for the mur
derer of Sharon Tyndalc is $3,1100.,
'A man, supposad to bo. Tracy, tbe mur
derer orWtn.Gray, of St. Louis, has been
arrested at Omaba.
Miii Pbobe Cizzcni graduated on Thurs
day In' tbo law school of tho Washington
Unlvori ity at St. Louis.
'Ttio ecclesiastical court for tbo trial oflto v.
Mr. Cheney bos announced that' tho court
has agreed upon tho following verdict :
Joseph Davidean. fishing- in White
river, loo., Wednesday, was seised with
an epileptic fit, fell in the river and was
' . '.(Goldtro, wife of John W. Goldtra,
a prominent cuizen at acaionvine, uiea
TBTyyTnexpectedly. and suddenly on Wed
Neirly'all 'the 'towns of Horiaebusetts
that voted,. on Thursday, on tho question
of licensing the slo of'nlo and bear, voted
no by largo majorities.
r Ex-Governor John Wood, of Qttlncy,
has donated his mansion, and tho block
'surroundinjr it,- to, that; oity for a female
seminary, on tho express condition that
denominations fhnll be, admitted. Tho
value of tbo wholo is oor a half million.
S "ri6w TTnlverialTVorasn's Franchise
Society has' beon organized in Wash
ington, the principal objoct be-
to shut out old and
trled leadijrs'such as Dr. Hafy. Walker,
Ut. iiocicwooa, nnu otnoK, wnose zeai nas
caused tno society. a .now conitttuiea, to
bo known as tho "Hippodrome."
Thero'ls a forraidablo'strika among tbo
laborers employed at the great break in
the Brieteanal, nino miles from Buffalo,
All Work U impended, hnd the contractor
has telegraphed toBuffiilo'for military aid.
Tho Sheriff af the county has alto culled
fur tho miiitury, and Ucn. Clark nt or-.,
dered out two companies of the National
Grd. , , 4 , f '
The Central IliuoU Bezlrk 111 hol3lts'
Irtt'annuAlTurnfeU la Pjorla; on tbe
18tb, lOlKWdMh of June. -Turners will
bopresent fr'd'm Springfield, Jacksonville,
,lSntBjinite?ek(i: akXther placestb
AoeUUot or-whlcnvbulohg to. the Central
Illi.mlalBcrlr-r JOrt tbe 18th a mecting
willbQ'liejld46siilieitransaotton of bus)-
:oisUsawaUhlftwcr?rolltnrlE days the
'iTnijwllbp ji JdVcToilntf with
a picnic. XnlntorfiUoRxtlrai Je 4xpecled
That said Rev. Charles Edward One-
tlWb, preibjflATUjJng in Judgment1
on tbo conduct of a brother preibyteriwe
Bid oar.'Juty Aaile'xceedJDg!y pAinfu one,
aJoaroVtoaUtfttWi;'!"- our opln.
ion the canonical and ecclesiastical len
ience of degradation frpm tho ministry of
of tho church of Ood should bo pro
nounced upon, him.
LETTER FROM EGYPT.
.Dtaitiui, lrxoa.onthe Mle, Feb. 10, 1171.
Dear Jourxal : Wo left Vonlco in
the bright golden days of October, but
Winter's blaits were cold and keen id the
beautiful capital of Austria, the Uadines
were alt hibirnaUne beneath the dark wa
ters, of the Donaathe Ufa and' movement
of tho Prater Had ccisid, hat the galleries
till offered the 'wonderful collections, and
tho magnificent Opera House, the handsom-
at .in JturopenbaBCod; tb?; Attractions
of it incotnparabla ballot by uniting with
the dance the charming story of Esmeralda.
More Intemtinr to' in than danclnc
girls wai tho A'lljemcine Spital, not be-
caaio It is ono Ot tho largest hospitals in
tho world, not because a greater variety
of diseases are there treated than olicwhcrct
but because there wo expected to find ono
of our countrywomen of whom no ono, in
tho North itf altogether Ignorant.
Wo drove somo distance from the city,
turned through a;w!do gateway, guarded
by a grandly dressed personage, Into a
court in which wero trees and plants,
walks, ,nnd a wide carriage-way, Aa I
glanced' around this court and at tha bull-
'dings Inclosing it, I began to form an Idea
of tho size.of.tbo.cstabllshmont, lor our di
rection t'cad, "Dr. Mary "8afford,'suventh
court,' twenty-seventh" itaircaic.'' I
learned afterwards thero wero nineteen of
i the to courti, nd that the. various build
ings had more than three thousand pa
tients. Wo had no difficulty In rinding the ob
ject of our quest, from whom wo received
mott cordial welcome, and, ensconced in
her pleasant quarters, wo were soon afloat
upon a stream of talk to us most interest
ing; arid,. without resorting to downright
Yankee questioning, .wo learned much of
the workings of this, mammoth' school, raid
Infirmary, for such It-is, and of the Ufa in
itof tho brave little woman there prepar
ing herself for usefulness to her sisters
across the sea. You all know of Mary
Safford's work'lh'theArmy, of her loss of
health thereby, of her extended journey
ing! in Europe' and East, but you may
not all know that in spite of the well
meant opposition of friends and the temp
tation's to a life of easo, which wero over
come by.no spur of necessity she studied
medicine at home arid came to Vienna not
as an ordinary student.but with her diplo
ma in her pocket. Sho told
ma thsC AnttrlpAting .opposition .hare,
lb lad provIdd.titelCwiiti letters, test!
monials, etc., and with these and her dip
loma in hand presented herself to tho
professors, but tboy did not even look at
her budget of .documents, saying, "if she
came to learn that was sufficient."
When iho entered tbo hospital sho had
the companionship of several ladles, Eng
lish, Russians, nnd one American, but all
had left, and sho was tho only woman
among tbo more than eight hundred stu
dents, and not once, sho told u, had sho
received other than the kindest treatment,
not one rudo word had she heard, not one
discourteous gesture seen, during all her
sojourn there. J
Ono statement will givo an idea of tho J
number of cases treated. During nino
months thero wero seven thousand births
in the lying-in-ward, Many, women, she
caid, wero brought thero with the mortar
not dried upon their hands, for in Aus
tria women carry tne hod and lay 'brick
and stono, the discovery never having been
made thero that women lack physical
strength for any kind of bard work. Af
ter a fow weeks, or more frequently days,
these womcu go back to their toll, tbe
groater numbor of tho children boing
brought up by tho Stale tho boys, if tboy
live, for its servico as soldiers.
Every form of suffering, Miss Safford
told us, camo under her oyo. She assists
at opperationg of all kinds, not alono in
tho French signification of tho word, hut
wields tbo knife herself; and, not contont
with work lor twelve hours, with brief
reits for dinner and her simple- breakfast
of milk and bread, shq is called from her
bed if anything of special interest presents
Itself. You will remember, too, that all
tho lectures sho hears, all tho instructions
sho receives, aro in a foreign tongue. Sho
propose, uftor completing thn courso
she bos prescribed to herself in Vienna
whlcb, by tho way, includos many subject
of which tho ordinary medical student i
as profoundly Ignorant as many of thorn oro
of good ,tnanners te go to Breilau, where,
if tbo.prpfessors survive tho war (all aro
now in service), she will have excellent
facilite for studying tho diseases of
women; thon, after an examination of the
hospitals of Paris, poor, blighted city of
fascinations', arid these of Great BriUlm
sho wjllj-bturri td, America to found a hoi
pital tor .women and children.
Do you, think this woman, trained by
long years "of severe study, by travel, by
intimate association wlth.Jearned men,
will bo as competent to trist; tbo varied,
msladlos to which tboy aro subject as tho
'youth turned, out 'by oil colleen after two
S'w.threi sflatirs' cwrses'oCloeturcs, half of
inoir lime oayiog ueen spent in tue uii-aiur,
at parties, or in'asslduoui attention to spmo
chiarmjng1si,.lf not; la-less repuUble
Yet sh'o told mo she dreaded to go home,
to exchaugo tho courtesy sho constantly re
ceives from tho 'snubbing" of these- charm
ing specimens of tho animal man. Tho
Idea of anybody's presuming to snub such
a woman seemed preposterous, but wo had
not been long enough absent to forget cer
tain transactions In our medical colleges
ihatmado us dumb for a moment; then I
said, "Bat you won't be brought In con
tact with medical students ; your astoc'S
tlons will bo with physicians. And do
you bellero that tho fact of getting a dt
ploma and practicing modicino will have
changed these people? No, I "do not
I believed as she did, that the rudo, bully.
ing student would to tho coarse, lrapuro
physician. "Hut," said I, "nil tbe more
need of coming to the help of tboso who
have alreadydono so much to drive sncn
men from tho bedside of our suffering
ones, and who will in tho coming years
take more and more out of their hands
tunctionsusurpod too long."
In Berlin, and in tbo other towns of Ger
many wo visited, wo found the food Offered
us in private houses invariably better than
that at tho hotels, but In these private
houses., tbo cooking, was done by women,
and I confidently expect to find tho same
true when I visit Saxony.
Of men dressmakers I do not know
much. I can .only boast two acquain
tances who 'could afford1 to employ them In
Parli. Ono had her dresses msdo over by
my own dressmaker, they fitted, so 111 ; tho
other could makens good n fit for herself
out of a meal bag or a pair of Arab trow-
leri. It may bo "all who can afford It"
employ men to fit their drosci in Ger
many, but it is not truo of other countries
at all generally. When in Florence I saw
many .of tho dresses proparcd for tbo fclo
in honor of the Spanish reception after tho
election of Amadeus, my own slmplo
gown having to wait for these elegant
toilets. What marvels of beauty I How
I feasted my eyes on Madam o Ratnzzi's I
robo of polo green vclvot with whito satin I
petticoat and point laco enough to have
put a school in every ward in Florence!
Tbe x-Ministers's wifo certainly could
have afforded a man-dressmaker, had there
been such a thing In the Italian capital, or
any other of the two-scoro womon whole
velvets and laces I saw in this ono shop.
Even the marvellous gowns of Worth,
far which marvellous ums are paid, aro
not made by him nor made by men. If
you follow the work homo you will find
tho half-paid, overworked, abused sewing.
women really producing tho things' cited
as proofs of the superiority of men's work.
Men make excellent coats and trowsor's,
doubtless, but thoy do not do tho fine work
even upon their own shirts,,, neither do
they do tbe exquisite work which adds so
much to tho expense, but alio so much to
tho beauty of woman's dress.
Uut if MUs Uolto be right, let us on-
courago women to go up higher, and
loave to mon the work for which thoy havo
such wonderful aptitude cooking nnd
sowing. Yours truly,
KATE N. DOGGETT.
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GRANT AND THE KU-KLUX
Ills Lookrct Tor Prorlasnatlon a the
Wasuinotok, May 4tb. Tbo act of
Congros entitled an act to enforce the
provisions of tho Fourteenth amend
ment to tho Constitution of tho United
Statos and othor purposes, approved April
20, 1871, beluga law of oxtruordinary Im
portance, 1 consider it my duty to issue
tnis my proclamation, calling tho attention
of the peoplo of thu United States thereto.
enjoining upon all good citizens, and es
pecially upon publia officers, tn bo zonlous
in tho enforcement theroof, and warning
allporsonsto abstnin from committing any
act thoreby prohibited by law of Congress,
It applies to all parts ol tho United State
and wl.l bo enforced everywbero to tbe
extent of the powers vested lu tho Kxccu
tive. In as much as the necessity thcrofor
is well-known (to bavu been
causod chiefly by tho persis
tent violation of tho rights of citizens of
the United State by combinations of law
less and disaffected persons In certain lo
calities, lately tho theater of, insurrection
and military conflict, I do particularly
exhort tbo people of those parts of tho
country to suppress all such combina
tions by Iholr own voluntary effort,
through the agency of local laws, nnil main
tain the rights bf all clilzenspf ho United
Stales and secure to all such citizens equal
nrotection of the law. Fully sensible' of
the responsibility Imposed upon,, thi.,K.xe-;
wmiy.o . hvk .viiiu.
to which public attention M now.r ailed.
and roluutant to. pall Into
exerciso any extraordinary pow
er thereby conferred .upon me,ieroqpl: (ill
coses of imperative necessity. I do novari
theUss deem It my duty to make known
i that I will nt ,6siut; tyyx
that I will not h saltatjsyahattsi the
ever and whorovor It nbfall WU'. '9
rary to do.so for tho purpose of sscuHnitto
ell citizens of tho. United States Iheeaco
fal enjoyments of tha, rights ma'taiteed
tbem by the .Constitution and (ho laws. It
is my earnest wish.that pojea,and"' cheer
ful, obedience too tho', law ms.'v' nlevall
tbrougbout'lhe laod, And att,lrac6i gf our
lato unhappy clvlIrVe 'raaybe speedily
removed. ' Tbesoesjds, can5 Iq'.jtaslly
reached bv acauicsecace In.tbo i reiiilts of
lion onu ny uue ana jioriererjiorcanieni
of equal, just and.lmrl'jA'w) irfevery
part ot our cMnirTJ.ft-Amrt. isiiuro
in local communUita- W,W v, fur
nish such, means 'for'.tno attainment
of tho results so earnestly desired .imposes
upon the national gavorrijnont thpdiity of
putting forth, all, eaerglMirjrif pro
tection of lu citizens,, bfy,cytrVf,rAC1e and
color,;and for tharaitoraUosv6I,Dey(e and
order throughout the, eu'tifsV-Ottntry.
. Jn testimony whf redf.rVolicreunto
set my hand and fAtiscd AbWeatiof tho
United States io'bo affiled o'pfjit Iho
city of Washington, this 3d, 3SyKf May,
In tho year of par Lord. 18,. and thu
nfncfr-fourtfi year of tho-indtpondeico of
ho. United, SUles. . ,IT ft:
JlAintTo.v Fish, Scc'y.gf, Shj
i..i....i.r. 'fa. wt
ATrTADGYMTAB, Tl 'Orfl'l.ysl
, clan, Burgeon' ahd. Aceonchebr, lor-
tnerly ol Anna, Union (Jo. Tllhiwi.-tiM perms.
nently looted in- City.- OPFfCB Cottrmerclrl
Arenue, Mwccnttti end Uh lilreiU Weft aide.
niorchldly " y 'c
W. UUX.VIG.M. I. Kes
OFFICE Corner Sixth, Street and Onto Leree
HOURS From 9 a.m. to 11 m., an-i
WILLIAM K.HMITII,.tI. I
ItlirtlDKNC Eio. 21, Tfilrteonth ree
etween WatMngton Arc'nue and Walnit Street
OFFCE.120 Comeiclsl' Atennr1. Hrtrira
HWARDNEK, M . I., Cnlro
RESIDENCE Corner of Nineteenth at.,
and Wathlglon are. OFFICE On Commercial
e., oTer ho Poitafflce.j- omost Jiovna
from 10a m to 12 m.,' (Buoaay.1 eieTl-IJ end
from 2 lo t v m. - '
Intentor. h.ilnir bti.tee'ia WOitHa United
State. JWent Office WU1 find It to th.lrailrnntage
to inirusi in tne .aanu.o; joaajo asiaunsneu .
firm of -
Fsunt, Agent V'WshMUsCI! d-
Tti.v i.i Ini'Vnv''liiiiririii.iW aatl.fac
tton, and Itake pleasure In rcommendla them
to Western InTentors.
I WI.H- TAMIS,
Grate Bare. , ,
f t Ti r lc.V -
I aapftlled with all kiada l
Ihlraty, whs lore good liquor, should glr
him a call, andlho.ewho want a
Con bare their wanta supplied at his bar.
J CIJUOllGE fsTEIAUOUSE
Cor. 8th St. and CoasHMrcial ar.,
IN THE PERBT MOUSE
Kkal-p Jlaawra.UeaaiTaSraaaasid Skill.
Ladies' and Children's Hair Cut and Bhampooned
either at sua saop or, I
AT THEIR OWN HOME9.
nentlemen'a Whiakera and Hair Djrad in aacien
tine manner, aod.talltfattlon guaranteed.
QARli Ii. THOMAS,
Is prepared o do' all' kinds ol
Jt DeeeetS, "'"Jf
A7.A T3a3rt -TX A TVr3-X3XT3-
IN THE PERRY: HOUSE.
COKNBR WS MKCIAI. ATENVB AMIS
LTON SOXS, '-'Proprietor
Am WWla raW;aallun.
Messrs. Fulton Bon mmtwl loluroidi
.11 kinds of Hour of the best qua Ity, sad alao
Mill Fred ot alt kind)' 'QraKam Ktnnr. Inunl.
or In teta quantity, made from tbo best Wuite
Wheat 1 unwu
ntMTfftVKtfa A"lf dJ8Te"in01
rJ J syjplled with tha freafcest
hraferla, UraeMtoif-Drlael aasl Cass.
Itlatn akartbneol the beat atockad tr.oorl
h.rklitl llAArf t f-r IMI rt I
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