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issioners of Alabama claims constituted by act of Congress......June 23, 1874 Law to punish by imprisonment and fine the bringing into the United States and selling or holding in involuntary servitude inveigled or kidnapped foreigners......June 23, 1874 First session adjourns......June 23, 1874 Postmaster-Gen. A. J. Creswell resigns......June 24, 1874 Great distress in Minnesota, Kansas, and Nebraska by the grasshopper plague......July–October, 1874 Mysterious abduction of Charley Ross, aged four years, from his father's home in Germantown, Pa. (never found)......July 1, 1874 Illinois and St. Louis railroad bridge over the Mississippi at St. Louis opened......July 4, 1874 Rev. Henry Ward Beecher demands an investigation of Theodore Tilton's charges against him......July 7, 1874 Rev. Henry Ward Beecher acquitted by a committee of his church......Aug. 28, 1874 Headquarters of the United States army removed to St. Louis......Oct. 1, 1874 Lincoln monument at