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OFFICIAL PATER OF ALEXANDER COCNTY.
K. A. Burnett, publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
Caleb F. Davis, a war veteran of honor
able record and for thirteen years a faithful
official in the war department, has been re
moved. He is a Democrat, and at the
Michigan election in 1616 voted for Tilden.
This is one of Dr. Chandler's doses of civil
service reform. .
TnEKE is not a Confederate Brigadier in
the South who could cot convert himself
into a ood, loyal man by simply joining
the Republican part)-. The thing has been
tried and loucd to work like a charm. Col.
Voorhees, in his speech on the army bill,
gave a li6t of such patriots as long, as our
frrmdmother's will. Nearly all of thtm
are now holding fat ofices.
The Ead6 plan for carrying loaded shirs
across the Central American isthmus on a
railway is not, accorehng to the Republican
a new idea, although that dots not prevent
its being a good one. It is a daring pro
ject, but at the same time odc sufficiently
within the limits of the practicable to be
reducible to an exact estimate of cost. That
is the point to be considered, and if it is
demonstrable that this method of crossing
from sea to sea would cost less than a eanal
it need only be shown that the vessels are
not likely to be damaged by their strain
in transit to bring the project prominently
to the tront.
The village of Roscommon, "Wisconsin,
has been shaken up over a domestic scan
dill in which a hotel proprietor and his wife
are principals. The bartender and the wife
were detected in acts contrary to the moral
code, and arrested, but the woman swore
that she wa6 never married to the'mau she
was living with, and, he not being able to
produce the records, the case fell through.
The wifo holds the property in her name,
but the husband offered her a consideration
to pack up and leave. This she refused to
do, and shortly after, it is alleged, discov
ered her husband' and a niece in an in
trigue, and another outbreak occurred, fol
lowed by an agreement for seapration.
A riTTsnuno contempory has called at
tention to a bill that didn't need a veto, in
the opinion of Mr. Hayes. If his Fraudu
leney is the good, pure civil service re
former that he claims to be, there might
not have been' occasion for the Post to
use this language : "The only appropria
tion bill th at Hayes signed without hesita
tion was the one that gave him $50,000 of
Uncle Sam Tilden's money. The fraud
salts down forty-live thousand of this every
year, lie is the most notable sponge that
hu wrcrUuld high office in this country.
No former President Iihr conducted alTii'u b
at the White House so parsimoniously.
Few Republicans are invited to put their
legs under his mahogany, and no Demo
Pocni Cnoi.i.NA Coibin acted the vil
lain to Haves' entire satisfaction. With
tens of thousands of dollurs of South Car
olina's money in his pocket a known crim
inal Hayes appointed him to the Chief
Justiceship of Utah. The Democratic sen
tte ha rejected bis nomination, and
. i . ! f : i . .
iuo vuiuug" luueH is rignt m saying
that the reasonably intelligent portion
of tbo people will certainly applaud the
ctiou of the aenate. That the president
ahould eek to reward with official appoint
menu those who materially agisted him to
Lit own place is not, in the pnsent condi
tion of politic, to be wondered at; but a
decent regard for the fitness ot thing
would require that such services bliould bo
paid for with political offices. The prosti
tution of the bench in that way would bo
an abomination, as a person of any clear
ness of moral perception would readily see,
but Mr. Hayes is phcnominally obtuse- in
matters of public decency. The senate is
to bo commended tor refusing to approve
appointments to the bench as rewards for
the dirtiest kind of party service.
Every word of the lollowing arraign
ment of the law authorizing tlio appoint
ment of federal election supervisors and V.
S. deputy marshals, admits of absolute veri
fication. To begin with, the Philadelphia
Ledger, a Republican paper, admits that
"the laws relating to those officials should
be modified. A great deal of the money
heretofore appropriated for their pay has
been wasted. There can be no doubt about
that. The prooi of it is at hand here in
Philadelphia, where six or seven hundred
deputies were appointed for the laBt No
vember election, without a shadow ot ne
cessity tor them; and supervisors were, in
like manner, put forward for appointment
for no other reason or necessity except to
secure a part of their pay to
eko out 'election expenses' for pre
cinct bummers and strikers." Upon which
the Louisville C.-J. says that the effect of the
law is to place the elections under the con
trol of bummers from the slums, wenever
the Republican managers so will it. LaA
year the Republican pimps, strikers and
bummers cost $222,714.24. At Philadel
phia every Marshal was shown at the recent
investigation to have been a Republican
worker, tind they were drawn from the
vilest classes of the city, just as Davenport's
Republican aids are drawn from the "strik
ers" of New York. The business of the
Philadelphia Republican bummers last
year seemed to be to get drunk and keep
Democratic voters from going to the polls.
"We agree with the Ledger that money
spent in such a business by the Federal
government is money stolen from the tax
payers to promote the interests of one polit
Washington, June 27, 1870.
.. Within the last few hours there has been
developed a feeling which may result in a
prolongation of the present session beyond
any anticipation. It is reported that the
leaders of bcth parties have sent out press
ing demands for the return of absent mem
bers in the belief that a stiff contest is at
Land. The bill providing for the courts
and omitting U. S. marshals will probably
pass after a struggle in the senate and re
ceive the president's signature, because all
the extraneous matter in it is the repeal of
the jury test oath, and to that the president
is not opposed. Cut his friends assert that
he will not sign the second bill appropria
ting $000,000 for U. S. marshals because it
it prohibits the payment of deputy mar
shals for elections, as the other vetoed bill.
The Democrats seem to look for a hard
struggle agtiinst the bill by the minority in
the senate, t.:id are trying to obtain a quo
rum t their own men. The Republicans
are also trying to strengthen themselves in
order to combat the new Democratic move
ment. All this seems to look . like a long
session yet, although it may turn out to be
a mere scare and an adjournment may be
had in a few days. The Democrats seem
to be gradually harmonizing with a view to
keeping up the contest on the present line
all the summer if the president continues
"amiably obstinate" in his present purpose
to maintain the power of the U. S. election
The Teport made yesterday by Senator
Beck of the Committee on Finance, in fa
vor of the joint resolution providing for a
committee to investigate the best means of
guarding and collecting the public revenue,
and as to whether any change is necessary
in the method of making appropriations
will develop a subject of wide interest and
of great importance. Senator Beck is a
representative free trader, and it is believed
Ids chief object is to amend the tariff laws
and to economize the custom service. His
theory is that all custom houses who do not
collect enough to pay expenses should be
abolished. On the other side it is contend
ed that these custom houses are necessary
to protect us against smuggling. The dis
cussion i one of almost limitless range
and the committee to be appointed will be
one of character so that whutever the re
suit of its examination it will carry weight
The resolutions introduced by Senator
Rurnside, reasserting the Monroe doctrine
a'ld waruing European nations to keep
lmitds off this continent, excite a great dea
of favor. There is a feeling that our Gov
eminent was deceived by the conference in
Europe which was proposed by
Europeans to devise means to con
struct a ship canal across the
hmuth of Panama, and that really that con
ference was for the purpose of comruittin
the United States to a plan to bu controlled
by European capitalists and finally to fall
into the handa of gome European nation.
This would be disastrous, aud Senutor
Barnside'i resolution gives voice to the
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
very geueral demand thut this nation shall
assert its uuthority and its right to have a
powerful hand ill that great enterprise.
Ex-Secretary Bono's report, liko all sim
ilar reports from General ( Grant's friend,
to the effect that the ubsenthero is not and
will not be a candidate lor president, is
plaguing the engineers of the so-culled
Grant movement. They bcirin to see that
the president's best friends, those who do
not expect to make money out of Ins politi
cal success, arc avcrso to his entering poli
tics again, while their own backers are
mostly worthless bummers.
The persistency of the- New York Suii
in demanding of the Democrats in congress
that they adhere to the starving out policy
so-called is laughed at by them. They
look upon that paper us a rcuegadc Repub
lic organ and mischief-maker, and its
persistent efforts to represent Democratic
sentiment as ridiculous.
"Whither are you bound J" asked John
Moor, as he stood m the door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw his old friend Sam
Rodgers walking slowly past. The latter,
with sunken eyes and palid visage, bearing
evidence of disease, hastened to reply:
"I have long suffered all the horrors arising
from an inactive liver, and am going to the
office of Dr. Slow to seek relief." "J'o no
such thing," suid his friend, "when you
can buy a bottle of Portaline, or Tabler's
Liver Regulator.for only 50 cents, and be
permanently relieved. It will cure Dys
pepsia, Heartburn, Seiur Stomach, S'ck
Headache, and all disorders of a torpid
liver." For sale by Barclay Br s.
When the hand oi disease :s laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its p!taures,
anything that will afford relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no light affliction,
and that form of it known as Pile?, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Price o0 ceuts a bottle. For sale by
A Seat;ch Warrant allows an officer to
CO through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certiucJ to by doc-'
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
ifcc, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by ail Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom oi the wrapper.
R. E. Sellers k Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save voir children. F r expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worajs in four
hours after taking the medicine. Ber.j. Ly-.
tie, Union township. Pa. Also expelled 40U
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all lru'-
ist. Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers ic Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for ir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth w MiiiiiTY and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
uess, constipation, dizziness and all di.sor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 2' cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
a. Barclay Bros., agents.
A Card. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, m r-
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, itc, I will send a recipe that will cine
you, free ok cn.viHiE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev.JosF.rii T. Isman, Svuioii D. New
The unbiased opinion of some .f th"
most intelligent medical men in this coun
try and Europe, support the statement that
Kidney-ort is the grainiest discovery yet,
tor curing Kidney and liver troubles, Vi'les,
constipation and lumbago. It acts on both
Kidneys and bowels at the same time and
cleanses the whole system.
Jeims HlNKLB, N. 11. TiimTt.rwpoi), ,1.11 Milium
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nod. U'i utid 12T Cwiiri"ir;U AveLtie,
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tSLIhcriil Ailvimceine'iit n,n.(. ou CdUfii-n-nit-iit
of Tuiinm', Kiour. nnd 'irmii
tVAirnti-riirOimr. Hrott 4 V tlm-blne nift
fhini't. iMirtnhlt mw mill ami 1 im- -titji viii'lut.
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INVESTMENTS w a
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Whom ou nmrirln of nut percent tier lumhel 'corn.
Oat.. Pork and Lard to .l.il TUt.i re'lititit plu
tevrixi-tiBiiut'etjdiinicd hvrro. M1 ni nJ. lie-
lerto tno.i.Hiia.ni .ncce.Mm ,iurnt,. I'Lniuhkt
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JULY 3t 1879.
PAINTS AX A
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THEN USE NEW YORK
nan in White and over One Hundred Different Color., mmlo nf ntHrtlv tinro White I. end.
Zinc and LInceed Oil cliemicully combined, warranted
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union, ana 1 ou tnu nne.t noun-a in iiib loiiiiirji.
NEW YORK ENAMEL PAINT CO: - tintlemen.
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and flnl.b: and they find the color und mixture
for cxpo.uro to heat nnd cold, and any one UHirg It
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flample card free
gLOSS OIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
17H JTince Mrei't, ew ioik.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Damar ami all other Varnishes,
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Our cheap (ilo-n Oil Yaalih. frr ihe price, ban no
OUR DHYEHS AKE TIIK BEST,
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And have no equal ; to cotceded by the trade.
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Addrer-fii THE SUN, Xev York City.
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1 Fj ll'ieternl Mute Aitentn for
tl'e fd,v of our .Di-eiiilil
rtnalijen rcjief 'uliie 1ui1h neil rapidly.
We i uv a I'n.r nii'hr uud eMP"ii"eN, or a lib
eral comnilxHi hi on .men. 1'rom Jimi to
.') !i ni'iiiib can lie iradc l.y live men. Hare
ehatice far maklni! money, licl'i-ri-ii'e required.
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T)l?YtJ I iVU Evi'T wound or injury.
X JJlkM.Ulin.,,vl" .V arcidctit or any
lliulutti war to a peiiMlmi All peucloim liy tbe law
of Jan. M',H, lieln at dated (lifeliaro or death ef
the coldler. All enlltliil Muitild upply at once.
Tli(iUKiiiidn who are uow drawlnit petiKiom are en
titled loan lucri'ii.e. tSuldier. and widow of the
war of IMJ, anil Mexican war, entitled to peiiBloim.
Fee. In all oiuch onlv Jllt i.l. Keud two Htatniiii for
new law. lilaiikHaml luHtructloiiH to NAT. UAHD
l''ri7,(iEKAl.l, U. 8. Clulm Attorney, Hox N-M
yVa.hliiKton, I J!.
5 CENT COUNTERS! !
TO THE TKAIiEi The J'.u.leBt and mo.t H"""""'
HH luei-hantH of the day aid Hamuli IV 'vtli ,l p."
tern, A trial will r-oiivlhee. Wo have tbo ouW two
ex Iii.Ivp h rent .lolihlni; Ilou.eH lu tho v. o.
tf.ieu(l forCaUloiiuuaiid iinriifMlMr""-
n a i Hum olph St.. Ph'f0,
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iiiuch Ilandaonior aud Otieiiner uud to lut TWICE
m. l uu-r.nurn ra,, jun. i"iu. r i
- W e hnvo told lurju (juuutitlca ol your Enamel
uhywk u.cu iuu amu .peait nigiiiy ol im uiiruoun
Jurt an you represent. 1 here can ho no hitter paint
urely do to uialu,
Yon havtf nrlvlleire U
t HAL ANT liHAfl
I'M Prltifu Street. New York.
Dryers and Gloss Oil. ,
equal In the market.
those :n-:;r:r'' tl.tir
i "WHICH COM-
the M"T IX.J.I.A1.S OK 1VLI.I. INVL1tI)
report ot'th' New York Ir.ir.raticc D'tart-
n::ile a si-eciaity.
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Obtained for new Inventlou.. or for Improvemer.ta
on old one. ; for medical or other compound., trade
mark, and latiel.. CnveBt.. A.Ii:miicii!h. Inter
Krence.. Appi-a!.. SSuit for Infringement., and
ull cae ari.lt.i; uuder tho I'atent Law., prompt-
iv attended '. Inveiitiou. that have been
iV T Vt 'T VI ,uu I'a'eut Otllco may ftlil,
JtjM Zt. ! EjI' in inoH eii.e. lie patented by
nil Ke in ii oppo.'.te the U. S. I'atent Iietiartinent,
aud coraned In I'atent lin.lue.. esclii.lvely. xecau
make eleicer .earche., iind .ectire Patent, moro
promptly, mid with broader tiaiui., than tho.e who
are remote frma Wa.hluirtou.
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char-e All corre.poudence otrictly cimfldeutlal.
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General V. M. Key, Itev.T. D.Power. Tho Herman
Ainerit an National Hank, to otllc.lalH in tho V . S.
I'ttteut tiW'-0' nut' ,0 Senator, atd Ke)ire.etitatlvoii
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