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BiohmoiidPalladinm.
SATURDAY, AUG. 10, 1872.
WE CAN IIOE TOE ROWS.
Air of "Jubito.'
Oh, daikiee, have you seen Charles Sumoer,
' With latter in bis hand,
Godowntbe street some time Uiis morning.
As if to leave the land ?
He hates old Grant and the 'Publican Party,
And gives them Hail Columb 1
I shouldn't wonder if next November
He wQl wish he had been dumb. :
Chows Charles Sumner stops ha, ha
The world moves on ho, Lo I
He'll soon find out that we can get along
him,
And that we can hoe the row.
The time's gone by when we used to be
...... driven,
And nobody's lash we fear;
We can tell Charles Somner that be won't
- bake a livin'
By being onr oversee.
Our bodies ain't bought or sold any more,
For cash or Confedrit notes,
" And some folks w ill that they ain't doing
much
At selling the colored folks' votes.
Cronus
We can't yet see why we ought to ding over
The party that made us tree;
How Democratic rule is going to be ft
blessing,
' Is lomnthing we can never see.
We ain't quite ready to give up our free-
dom, ' '
In spite of Charles Sumner's want;
So we'll keep right along and do our own
voting,
And all go solid lor Grant.
Chorus
C. B.
IfrZCASQIEsriO.
Masonic Lodges in the East.
A Masonic Lodge Is in contemplation at
Bagdad, in Mesopotamia, the supposed primi
tive abode of man, where there is already
qnile a number of Freemasons, among whom
are some Persian Mussulmans. The Chief
Minister of the Shah of Persia, the Com
mander-in-chief of his army, and many other
of his highest functionaries belong, to the
Order. It is believed that lodge will soon
be founded at Teheran, the capital of Persia
jf, indeed, one docs not already exist there,
under the Grand Orient of France.
Another lodge, (English) is about to be
founded in Jerusalem, the .ancient city of
Kings David and Solomon. The Consul of
the United States o! America has taken the
initiative in its formation. Besides a goodly
number of resident brethren there, Jerusalem
to annually visited by travelers of all faiths
and nationalities, are Freemasons thus the
great Order of Universal Brotherhood, after .
making the circuit of the entire world, returns
to the scene of its primitive creation, and the
Temple of Solomon will once more shed light
upon tho fix tsteps of Freemssomy. The
Jerusalem Lodge' is to coutain as much of
the ancient fragments of the 'Lodge ol Solo
mon as can be collected together. The cedars
of Mount Lebanon will furnish working tools;
Joppa and Baalbek will lend their aid in the I
reconstruction of the edifice ; ana uiram,
King of Tyre, live in the memories of those
who humbly imitate bis faithful career in life,
as well as in bis faith.
Notwithstanding the misconceptions exist
ing among many Mussulmans of Turkey, re
garding the principles of Freemasonry, it
gradually recommends itself to their better
opinion. It tends very much to disposses
them of their great animosity against men of
ail other religious bodies than their own. It
to to this hostility that may be attributed the
slow progress msde amongst Mussulmans in
mental culture and improvement, even in the
arts and sciences or other peoples and coun
tries. Everything, therefore which tends to
dispel it, must be a great advantage to them ;
and it to only when it has been removed, and
religions hostility Tades away before the genial
light and warmth of one Universal Brother
bood, that there will exist not only harmony
between the Moslem and men of all other
faiths, but a sincere sympathy among them
London Freemason.
, :v A Masonic Joke.
Kveawincc the days of Morgan, every good
mason has felt it incumbent upon him to.
guard the interests ot the Order, and to bring
np with a round turn anybody found recreant
enough to betray them. Nearly a year ago,
a good-natured fellow in the journalistic world
of New York took it into his head to write a
burlesque expose of Freemasonry. The
pamphlet was fittingly illustrated by Thoa.
Worth, and has enjoyed an almost unprece
dented sale, mostly confined, however, to rail
roads. Well, to make the joke even greater,
the publishers advertised it as a genuine ex
pose, and for a time it created considerable
aommeut m this city, which soon gave way to
a series of broad grins, however, when the
book came to be read. But it seems that
some of the country lodges took the expose
greatly to heart, and after chiding the indif
ference of the city lodges, they at length re
solved on taking action ia the matter, for the
purpose of stopping the salo and publication
of the book. Especially was their hot indig
nation manifested at Troy and Cohoes. Oue
night last week, it is said, King- Solomon
Lodge, of Troy, and Cohoes Lodge, of Cohoes
held special meetings and took action in the
matter. They voted to spend five hundred
dollars each towards suppressing the publica
tion, and invested Worshipful Master J. C.
Fiizpatrtek, of Cohoes Lodge, with full powers
and started him for New York. Burning with
indignation, he sought out the .publication
office whence those startling advertisements,
were issued regarding a book which he natur
ally abhorred, but which be had never seen,
' and demanded to see the author end publish
ers, la a few words be explained bis busi-
mnmm. A cpy of Ihe book was planed ia his .
hands snd be ten w tnT ft few moments to,
parson it. He studied it aftenmta-j- nra
while, and then, ascertaining that thiswa.
really the much dreaded expose, be got out o
' tho nest he had blundered into, by joining in
the laugh, and taking the author and publish
era ever to the Astor House and ordering a
: goodiAoer.. But what putties, him, most
is to know how he shall frame his tePi,t
as avoid paying for a still .largePKaner;
when, be gets back to CoboecNew York
Dispatch' -'v'r-
, " ' -
it bricklayer were called
fcrick, be need not feel mortar fled.
JF.
The Testimony of Egypt.
There is no lei d in which the enemies of
the Bible have been more fond of expatiating
or from which they have drawn more ol their
arguments, than the absolutely unknown.
While Egypt was a mystery and its record a
sealed book, they drew from it objections to
the Mosaic history and to Bible, chonology
generally, making the boast that Egyptian
dates extend thousands of years baci, and
thus disprove the Bible. But it is now prov
ed incontestibly that 'there is not in all the
.remains of that ancient land a monument as
old as the time of the flood,' nor ft record of
any event that occurred before that period.
' , The question . of the use of the Bible
in the schools having awakened a general, dis
cussion in England, the new scientific period
ical. Nature, referring among other things to
the opinion 'that man is but some 8,000 yean
old,' as founded on the statements of Scrip
ture, says it is most deplorable to think that
such doctrines should be taught in the schools.
To which the Bev. B. W. Savile, of Feign
mouth, replies with great pertinence andorce;
"As regards the antiquity of man, no
scientific proof has ever been sdduced of man s
existence on earth much more than 4,000
years ago. All evidence of the antediluvian
world is dependent upon the statement of
Scripture alone. What Cham poll ion wrote
in his work on Egypt 'They will find in this
work an absolute reply to their calumnies,
since I tare demonstrated that no Egyptian
monument is really older than the year B. C.
2,200' is true in the main, tbongh recent
discoveries may throw back the oldest monu
ment of that country one or two centuries
earlier. The only really scientific attempt to
prove man's antiquity greater than what the
Scripture allows was made by the late Mr.
Horner, when manufactured articles were dis
covered at a certain depth in the alluvial de
posits of the Nile. Estimating the sinkage
at the rate ol 3 inches per century, the late
Bsron Bunsen hastily declared that it was
sufficient proof of man's existence on the
earth at least as eaily as 13,009 B.C. But
when Sir Gardiner Wilkinson detected th(
ngure ol the urecian noney-suckle upon
these very ancient pieces cf pottery, which
limited their date to some period later than the
conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great
or three centuries B. C, it was seen that
Bunsen's anti-scriptural theory was at once
blown to the winds. And if any further proof
was needed of the untenableness of such
theory, it is seen in the fact that the late Sir
Robert Stephenson, when engineering in
Egypt, discovered in the mud of the Kile, at
a greater depth than was ever reached by Mr.
Darner's diggings, a brick bearing upon it
the stamp of Mahommed Ali! '
'So much for the attempt to prove man's
existence on earth earlier than is stated in the
unefFing word or God.' San Francisco Mir
ror. .
Masonry in Spain.
Masonry ia steadily progressing in Spain.
There are four Masonic bodies, namely, the
Supreme Council of the Grand Orient of
Spain, a Grand Chapter of Royal Arch, one
of Rose Croix, a Grand Lodge of the Symbol
ical degrees, with seventy-two regular lodges,
scattered ' over all Spain ; and many com
mittees are in several places of the country
for the purpose of forming new lodges. The
Grand Master of the Grand Lodge is Brother
Manuel DeLorilla, the eminent Spanish states
man. Boston Freemason's Monthly.
The following is an extract from
of Forney's letters to his paper,
ono
the
Press, written from New Orleans :
A little incident occurred this morning
After I had just arisen to take another
and early view of the panorama of the
Mtssiss'ppi, a colored man passed
door of my 6tateroom. I asked him
bring me a pitcher of ice water,
quietly replied "Your mistake is
tural, but I am not connected with
the
to
He
na
the
boat. I am a delegate to the Republican
State Convention ; but I will gladly do
your errand." I made a prompt apolo-
ev. and then introduced mvir. .,
upon
wtneb, with many expression of kind
ness, he left me and soon returned with
the ice-water and a number of his
colleagues. Here I had another evidence
of the aptitude and good sense of the
manumitted race We talked over the
past, not the less agreeable because two
of them knew of Philadelphia and one
of them had just come on from the Na
tional Convention ; and we talked
over
the present, and if I had had any doubts
e . . viuuuia
Louisiana, they passed away before the
clear and candid explanations of these
men. "Why, sir," said one, "although
there are a few colored people in New
Orleans that may follow bad advieerst
there is not one in the parishes that will
not vote for Grant and Wilson. In
every house owned or rented or occupied
ty a colored man you will find three
likenesses Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses
S. Grant and Oscar Dunn, the late de.
ceased Lieut-Governor of the Stale If
the whole Democratic party and all the
men with Governor War mouth go to
gether and rally their forces, we can still
give from 15,000 to 50,000 majorily for
Grant." " And this, after a careful survey
oftha field is my own opinion. The
truth is, tb.3 presence of the National
Government ia fe't in its unrivaled cur
rency, in its post-office facilities in it.
management of commerce, navigation and
manufactures, and in the protection . of
travel, and these, supplemented by the
recent enforcement act, operate upon
every class upon the laborer and the
freedman, and upon tho capitalist even
upon those who would like to vote for
Greeley if they did not dread a change
No-where are thess things so frequently
seen ana so constantly experienced as
in the Gulf States, i
Corn Crop. Mr. Jeff. Nelson, of
Lancaster . township, assures us
that the growing corn crop will be
largest ever gathered in this coun
ty. Some fields, he thinks, wtli
average sixty bushels to the acre-!
Madison Courier.
TAT man wbo assisted to ? empty
several'boUles of wine, afterwards
took , a walk. The pavements
were quite icy, nnd he exclaimed:
Very -aingular; - wh whenever
water freezes, it always freezes
with tbe slippery side up.'
Wtarrathe Sifierencd between
tbe hurried reading of a fast young
lady of tbe period and the pains-
t akin a rnaflincr nf a tilnn Bt.nnklno?
The one reads for" pastime and the
other for the future.
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CONSTJIIPTIOIT.
Us Cure and Its Preventive.
BY J. H." SCHENCK, HD.
Munv ft lmmnn being has piused away for whoi
deiub there was no other reason than the neglect
of known and indisputnbly proven means of enre.
Tlwse near and doar to family and friends are
sleeping the dreamless aluiuoer Into which, hud
Uiey uaiiuly adopted
DR. JOSEPH n. SCIIEXCK'S SIMPLE
TUfiATaiENT, :
nnd availed themselves of bis wnndorf nHy eCBcay
cious medicine-', they would not have fallen.
Dr. "'le.ifk has in his own case proved that
-lu rever Mitiicient vitality remains, that Tital
itv, by ills mcUtelnea and his directions tor their
use, is -uickened iulo bealUiful vitcor. ,
In this statetpunt there U notiiins presump
tuous. C. Hie ' titu of the invaiki is mude no
representation thu ' "-not a thousand times sub
stantiated ry Iiv'cb and vmibl) works. Tho
theory of tuO cuic Dr. .jehenck's medicines
is as simple ns it is un.lllinp. lis philosophy re
ouires no arguu- W self -assuring, suU-cuu-incinir.
The Sea-weea iv iri mandrake Pills ere tha
Erst two wea ns with -Hch the citadel of tho
malady ts ai-u! L Tn sitirrts of tha cases of
consumption originate in dyspepsia and a func
tionally disordered liver, with this condition
the bronchial tubes "sympathise" with the
stomach. They respond to the mortjitlc act ton
of the liver. Here then cornea the culminating
result, and the setting in, with all Its distress
symptoms, of ,
CONSUMPTION.
The Mnndrnke Pills are composed of one of Na
ture's noblest Kift the Podophillum Peltatum.
Tbey posse.-s all the blood-search ins, alterative
properties of calomel, but, unliko calomel, they
" LEAVE NO STIXG BEHIND."
Tha work of enre Is now beginning. The vitia
ted and mucous deposits in the bowels and in the
alimentary canal are ejected. The liver, like
a clock, is wound up. It arouse from its torpid
ity. Tho stomach acts reaponsivelv, und the
patient begins to feel that he is getting, at last,
A SUPPLY OF GOOD BLOOD.
Tho Pea-weed Tonic, In conjunction with the
rills, oermcntus and assimilates with tbe fond.
Chyliflcation is now progressing without its pre
vious tortures. AJiKesiion Decomes paiuiesa,ana
the cure is seen to be at hand. There is no more
flatulence, no exacerbation of the stomach. An
nmtetile sets in,
Nowoomes tho greatest Blood Purifier ever yet
riven dv an innuiitent iauier to sunennK man.
Bubenck's Pulmonic Syrup cornea in to perforin
its functions and to hasten and complete the
cure. It enters at once upon its work. Nature
cio not be cheated. It collects and ripens tho
impaired ana diseased portions 01 tne iudci
In the form of leatherings, it prepares them for
exnectnration. and lo 1 In a verv short time tbe
malady is vanquished, the rotten throne that it
ocoupieu is renovatea ana muae new, una tne
patient. In all the dignity of regained vigor, steps
forth to enjoy the manhood or womanhood that
was
'J GIVEN - VP AS LOST.
Tho second thing Is, the patients must stay in a
tr:irm room until tnov cot veil : it IS almost lu
nosaihle to urcvent takinz cold when the lumrs
are diseased, but it must be prevented or a cure
psnecisllv in this section of the country, ih tho
can not be encctea. v resu air ana riaina out,
fall and winter season, are all wrong. Physi
cians who recommend that course love their pa
tients, if their lungs are badly diseased; and yet,
becansa they are in the house tliey must not
sit down quiet ; they must walk about the room
as much and as fust as the strength will bear, to
cet ud a srood circulation of blood. The patients
must keep in good spirits be determined to get
well. This lias a great deal to do with the appe
tite, ana is tne treat point to gam.
To despair of cure after such evidence of Us
Bossibilitv in the worst cases, and moral cer
tainty in all others, is sinful. Dr. Schenck's per
sonal statement to the Faculty of his own cure
was in tlieso modest words:
Many years ago 1 was in tbo last stages of
consumption; confined to my bed, and at one
time my pliysichms thought that I could not live
a week: then, like a drowning man catchini at
straws, I heard of and obtained the preparations
which 1 now offer to the public, and they made
a iHTtwt. euro ot me. it scemca to me mat
could fuel tlicm Denetntte niv whole svstem,
Thev anon rinened the matter in mv lungs, and
1 would spit up more than n pint of offensive
yellow matter every morning ror a long time.
"As si Mm ns that began to subside, my couch.
fever, rains, and night sweats all begun to leave
me, ami mv appetite became so great that it was
with difficulty that I could keep lrom eating too
much. I soon gained my strength, and bavo
rrown In flesh ever since. - --.!
"I was weit-hed ehortlr after my recovery.
anrted the IKiotor, "tsien looking like a mero
skeleton; my weight was only ninety-seven
oounds: niv nres'.'iit weight is two hundred and
twenty-five ?2. pounds, and for years 1 have en
joyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. Hchenc k has discontinued his professional
visits to new-iorx ana Boston, tie or nis son.
fir. J. H. Setienck,
Jr.. Btlll continue to see pa-
tients at thoir offlee
iou. is r.nrin mho r-irwi.
Philadelphia, every Saturday from a.m. to 3 p.m.
ThO!e who wish a thorough examination with
tltc Hesptroninter will be charged ti. The Hea-
f urometer declares the exact condition of the
ungs, and patients can readily learn whether
tfy are curubie or not.
The directions for taking the medicines are
adapted to the intelligence even of a child. Fol
low these directions, and kind Nature will do tho
rest, excepting that In some cases the Mandrake
Pills are to ts taken in increased doses; the
three medicines need no other accompaniments
than tiie tunpio instructions that accompany
them: First create appetite. Cf returning
health, hunger is the most welcome symptom.
When it comes, ns it will come, let the despair
ing at once be of good cheer. Good blood at once
follows, the cough loosens, the nicht sweat is
abated. In a short time both of tbt.se morbid
symptoms are gone forever.
Dr. Sehenck's medicines are constantly rept in
tens of thousands of families. As a l::iativo or
punmtive.tlie Miirmrske Pills nmaatandard pre
paration ; whiie the Pulmonic rit, us a euro
or coughs nnd colds, maybe regnrded as a pro.
Fhylacteric against. coniuniption in any ot ita
onus.
Price of the Pulmonic Svnip and Sea-weed
Tonic, SI JOu bottle, or &7.50 a half dosun. Jian
drake Pills, 23 ffiits a box. 1 or sale bynll orug.
gidU und dealers. ,
..: , . Xi" 3 ... ' i -:, I
PortablevSoda Fonntain!
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at
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On which are One Thousand Millions
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