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M.B. Harrell, Kilitor.
England is just catering into a struggle
with four gung weighing one hundred tons
each. They arc the work of Sir William
Irwatrong & Co., and cost $125,000 each.
They arc 32 feet in length, and are fired
with charges of from 400 pounds to 550
pounds of gunpowder, and projectiles of
about 2,000 pounds, Two are to be sent
to Malta and two to Gibraltar .
Although the bill appropriating $000,
000 for the compensation of United States
marshals and their deputies failed to be
come a law, through the veto of the cxecu
tive, it is a fact worthy of note that not a
single marshal has resigned. Whether the
tenacity with which these worthy officials
liaug on to their places is a proof of their
patriotic devotion to the country, or merely
a proof of their faith in the justice of a
Democratic congress, it is in either case a
very pleasant fact.
A private letter from Mr. John Hussell
Young, who is traveling with General
Grant's party, says that General Grant has
concluded to visit Australia before return
iug to this country and that ho probably
will not reach America until tho coring f
iebU. From arrangements which Mr.
Younsf has made, it is believed hero that
General Grant will remain abroad until
after the Republican nominating conven
tion. If in the event ho is nominated he
will have the honor of being chosen while
out of the country, and in the event he is
not nominated ho can return with the pres
tige of his foreign tour unaffected and can
return to private life witLout suffering from
an apparent defeat of his ambitious purpo
ses. Mr. Georgo W. Childs, now ot Long
Branch, said to a friend yesterday, that
aft.T visiting Japan, he thought General
Grant would return to China, and then go
to Australia, as he knew him to be anx
ious to visit Australia.
Tbe following from the Havana Demo
crat is only too true, and is only one of the
many examples of what tho love for liquor
will do for a person : "Twenty-three years
ago this summer three journeymen printers
left St. Louis to hunt a location for a print'
ing office in the West. They halted at To'
peka, Kansas, where they invested their
slender means in a small printing office aud
went to work. Fortune favored them and
they prospered. Two of them had learned
to gubduo tho demon appetite, and although
not teetotalers, were temperate men. The
third was one of the "boys," as tho world
has it. To-day one of the first named is
on the supreme bench of Kansas, tho other
is a State official, and tho other, tho last one
named, we met in Petersburg last Saturday,
blind drunk, penniless aud friendless,
hunting for enough work to pay his way to
tho nexttown. This plain and unvarnished
statement of fact, furnishing, as it does, food
for a half page article, wo give to tho reader,
presuming that all can see tho moral to
wliioh it poiuts."
To United States Marshals, Clerks mid
District Attorneys, the Republican party
gave the power to go pack the federal grand
, and petit juries as to render the U.S. Dis
trict Courts so many instruments for tlio
punishment of personal or political enemies,
or for the advancement of tho aims and pb'
Ject of personal or political friends. It
was a dangerous power to commit to such
keeping, and experience has shown that
it hag been used to the achievement of
most villainous ends.
The Democratic majority in the 4Cth
Congress essayed tlio repeal
of tho law that thus subjects the judiciary
to tho control of these men, and straight
way the Republican leaders, in and out of
Congress, raise tho cry that the- Democratic
party is striking dangerous blows at tho
national life I To rob rascally federal
officials of the power to wrest an important
arm of the judiciury to tho furtherance ot
wicked and vicious aims, is, in tho eyes of
tho leading stalwarts, an exhibition of
Statcs-RightsiBm that is exceedingly dan
gerous to our national existence.
Tho Democratic majority in Congress
sought the repeal of tho law that enabled
tho unscrupulous politicians of tho party in
power, to surround our voting places with
federal soldiers, for no other purpose than
to intimidate and to keep from tho
polls, tho voters of the opposing party. The
voice of every truo American who sincerely
believes in tlio capacity of tho people to
govern themselves, was raised against tho
enforcement of so dangerous a law, yet the
stalwarts in Congress, aided and abetted
by the federal office holders of tho country,
raised the yawp that tho Democratic party
was at its old work of striking blows at tho
lifo of tho nation I
To tho Republican party may betliarged the
law that enables unscrupulous members of
tho party that may happen to have control
of the government, to hiro thieves, short-' J
mired bruisers, cx-convicts and prize-fight
ers to arrest voters by the score and bund-
red, without warrant, and for no other pur
pose than to defeat an expression of popu
lar sentiment obnoxious to such creatures.
For the law that renders such proceedings
common in our largo cities, and that places
the polls and poll books and ballot boxes
under the control of "election supervisors11
officers not chosen by the people, and respon
sible to nobody for 6uch a law the country
is indebted to the Republican party. The
recent effort of the Democratic majority to
wipe out this infernal law, was denounced
by the whole stalwart organization as a
fearful onslaught upon the life of tlio na
tion, aud as an alarming advance toward
another rebellion !
Ami, thus according to the standard set
up by tho Republican speakers and papers
of tho day, to adopt measures that aim to
prevent the packing of juries in our fed
eral couris, and to prevent the wresting of
such courts to individual or partisan uses
to do thijs is to give dangerous rights to tho
states, fjnd to strike a deadly blow at tho
life of the nation!
To contend that American freemen shall
go to und from their usual voting placesj
unawod and unthreatcned by federal bayo
nets that ore subject to tho control of rcck-
less partisans, is, according to tho Repub
lican creed of tho times, a gto.li at tho .'na
tion a damnable effort to strengthen the
state at tho expense of the United States!
To say that bummers and thieves shall
not have power to arrest and imprison
voters, without proicss or trial; to say that
men not chosen by tlic voters shall notprcsido
at our voting places, with authority to ex
clude voters, to revise and control the mak
ing up ot the poll books to say that the
voters of the country are capable of conduc
ting their own elections without outside dic
tation to contend for this, is . to essay the
overthrow of federal power and render the
State supreme and independent!
Upon such a foundation as this have tho
stalwarts of tho day grounded their charge
that the Democratic party has become a
States-Rights party and scoks to divest the
general government of tho powers that are
essential to its continued existence.
In making headway upon such a plat
form, Republican talkers and writers will
encounter a serious obstacle ; they will find
a very general disinclination upon the part
ot honest, intelligent men to agree that the
premises warrant tho conclusion. In other
words, the obstacle in the way of tho stal
wart "States-Rights boom," is tho unwill
ingnessof honest men to believe a palpable
and notorious lie,
THE BACK DOWN.
As the issues raised during tho special
session of Congress recently closed, will be
carried into tho campaign of 1880, wo put
upon' record, that our readers may not for
get it, tho vote of tho Republican element,
upon tlio army bill. Upon this question
wcro tho Democrats and Republicans most
fiercely antagonized, and it was only at tho
end of a three months' fight, that tho bill
passed witli tlio following proviso:
Sec. 0. That no money appropriated in
this act is appropr.ated or shall be paid for
the subsistence, equipment, transportation,
or compensation ot any portion of tho army
of tlio United States to ho used as a polico
force to keep tho peace at tho polls ut any
election hold within any state. ,
Tho Republican loaders of the house had
becomo alarmed at their position in favor
of bayonets at the ballot box, and were glad
of an opportunity to retreat. When this
compromise was offered, Mr. Garfield, Mr.
Baker, of Indiana, and others of influence,
voluntarily accepted it, and declared they
hud never advocated tin use of troops, that
there tught to be nono in time of peace.
Tho vote stood as follows in the house:
Yeas; Democrats 89; Republicans 74;
Nutionahj 0. Nays; Democrats 31; Re
In stating the facts' involved, tho New
York Sun says that all tho prominent Re
publicans of tho House tho men who, be-
fibre hearing from home, wcro violent in
their opposition, now that they had "heard
from home," voted for tho bill, and made a
merit of doing so. Their aggregato fell
only fifteen behind that of tho Democrats.
The nay? numbered nineteen Democrats
against twelve Republicans. Rut the same
bill in tho Senate, tern days later, met with
a very different reception. The stal
wart leaders thcro opposed it with as much
violence as they did tho original measure,
and contended that there was no change in
principle between the two, tho only differ
ence being that the first was permanent
and the later temporary. On tho test vote,
on passing tlio bill, the Senate stood as
Yeas 33 Democrats Uailcy, Bayard,
Beck, Call, Cockrell, Coke, Davis of West
Virginia, Eaton, Garland, Groome, Hamp
ton, Harris, Hereford, Hill of Georgia,
Houston, Jonas, Jones of Florida, Kernan,
McDonald, Maxey, Morgan, Pendleton,
Randolph, Ransom, Suuluhiiry, Slater,
Vunce, Vest, Walker, Wallace, Withers
31. Republicans Burnsidc1.
Nays 19 Republicans Aliison, Blair,
Booth, Cameroi of Pennsylvania, Cameron
of Wisconsin, Chandler, Conklin, Dawes,
Hill of Colorad, Ingalls, Kellogg, Kirk
wood, Logan, Jbrrill, Paddock, Piatt, Rol
lins, Saunders, Vindom.
It is thus seen tfiat the Republicans of
the house voted amost solidly for tho bill,
and the Republican of tho senate almost
solidly against it. And this, too, on ono of
the principal issued the session.
Aud now, contemplating the facts here
presented, wo desie to ask "upon whose
shoulders rest the lium f a back down?'1
The Democrats gaicd, in effect, all for
which they ever cotended. The Repub
lican members of tie house surrendered ull
that the Democrat gained.
The most reipoisiblc position in a family
is that of tlio nurst, and a good nurse never
fails to reconmem', Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup
to the parents o' lrjtful or sickly children.
Price 25 cents.
Heat relaxes tin system and opens the
way for diseases to uttack the depressed
and weary body. People of judgment and
experience atsudi times make use of Kidney-Wort
as thisgre.'it remedy keeps up tho
tone of tho wlole body by enabling the
Liver, Bowels aid KLlneysto perform their
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure heir Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs .cad to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will ceitaiuly and surely cure a
cough or any itng or throat trouble. We
know it will cue when all others fail and
our faith in it so positive that we will re
fund the priccaid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not thil a fair proposition. Trice
lOcts. 50 cts. a $1.00 per bottle. Fur
lame Chest, Bifk or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster, fricc
!5 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipatioa, and gen
eral debility wheii you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytcm Yttalizer which wo sell on
a positive guanutco to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
Brothers. ,1 .
"IIackmetack" a pipular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Balclay Brothers.
It was a happy circtmstinco for George
M. Uobi.1, ot Westtordi Vt., that Jvulnev
Wort found its way inti his dwelling, no
less than three niemberl or tho tamily hav
ing been cured. As a cithartic and diure
tic it acts surely and wihout pain and cures
obstinate cases ofhveroinplaints, Jvulney
disease and piles.
The discovery of the drculation of the
blood was an important ivent in the history
ot medicine; but if tho hood be tull of im
purities, its circulation, ivhich Providence
intended as a blessing, proves a bane
llenco wo should clcansa tlio blood with
Rosadalis, tho great Sotflicrn Remedy.
WTIEltEAS, William W. Thornton nnj Marlhii
M. Thorniuu, by tbi'lr cortalu 'J'riiot Dti'd Untud
Muy tho fflth, A. 1). INiT nnd rcconliMl In the Kccord
its olllco lu Alexander County. In Bonk "V." Pbl'O
4M, X mid S did convey to w un leri'lirni d n Truitvo
thu itrcinliu'i uorelmifter deccibed to feciiro tho
piiynicnt of n-ven vromlcory mien for the mm of
oue tlioucond (HW) dollars eicu nud payable ro
pcrtlvely in four (4) flvo (5) Kbc (iiuuven (Ticlirht
(H) nine (ti) mid ten (10) yenrs fom date, with Inter
est nt tho ram of ten per cent per annum, payablo
(lenil-aumullyfromdnto and wlereas flvo (M of raid
notes are now tlnu mid unpad with ii,tcrit oil
nunc from tho '.'5th of Miiy A. 3. w,i to this duto.
And w hereas tho lepil holder of suid notes hut
railed upon tho uuderslmied ti sell tho premises
hereinafter described to satisfy wul notes und Inter
est. Now therefore In pnrsnnno of (ho terms of
said Deed of Trust the undersized will,
ON WEDNESDAY THE 13TH LAY OFAIXIUST,
between the hours of ten (in) o'enck A. M nd 8
o'clock 1'. M. of snldday, on tin premises herein
after described In thccltv of film, llis.,VroTO'd
to sell at tmhllc vendue to the iIl-1u., bidder for
cash, tho following described liel EtiatV, ,,,.Wit'
Lots number nine (It)ton (lOlclecn 01) tv.vlvnn
and thirteen (18) In Mock tiutukr slxt,. nr, in
thellrstaddltlou to tho city ofv'sim. Illlnnii it
platted by tho Trustors of Cain i py j.' ,.
situated In the Comity of Alexanler. tllliioi. liiiA
nil tho rlehts and equity of red( untloti f th hI.i
William W. Thornton and Martha m TI 1
wife, their heirs, executor. admliMra, , 3 ...
!inis therein, to satisfy said trut wd i tm Tand
exponsciof execiitliittthcsam. 1 c""Ba
EDWAKDA. WILSON Thn.iuu
Bprtagaeld, Ilia., July SIMM. ,T"1".9, .
. NE'.V ADVF.IlTISFMr.Xr.
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HoocVs French Cologne
IS TIIE POPULAR PERFUME OF TIIE DAY
1st. It is a compound of Rich and Rare Odors.
2nd. For Fragrance, Strength and Durability it is unex
celled if equaled.
3rd. Its Richness and Exquisite Delicacy of Perfume is
1th. It is put up in Elegant and Attractive Style.
5th. It is sold at popular prices. Warranted of uniform
strength and quality.
SAMPLE SIZE . . Cc
TRIAL SIZE .15c
MEDIUM SIZE 23c.
LARGE SIZE 50c.
EX. LARGE SIZE 75c.
POCKET SIZE 3714c.
DOX'T FVIL TO TRY IT.
For Sale, Wlioksale ami Retail, hy
HOLMAFS FEVER PADS.
AVe are authorized Special
Hiiigstons Poison Fly Plate
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS,
"Will kill more tlies in less time than any other poison eve
offered to the public.
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Union, and l on the ttnKt honi In the conntry. M. Petersburg Pa . Jan. luth. 1877
NEW YORK ENAMEL FAINT CO: Oenilemen
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use our uainei for reference. Besoectfullv.
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Agents for the proprietors.
- cliiff qmiHty Ht the lowed price, as we buyfor
time. Solicitiiiu your orders wc remain,
ENAMEL PAINT & VAKNIS1I CO.
Different Colon, nimln of trtrtlv
Wo have ml lfirpy quuutitica of your -Kunracl
ItJir Ued tht? nfiniu uni'iik htdtlv nf It rin.Miii
having ui-ed the ame sneak hlehlv
jnM h you reprtpeut, There can be no bettor Ttalnt
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ftl return In 3'Jilav ou JHH) Invited. Of
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prot'.t wei'Uly on stock option of Jio to fa. Ail
dress, T. Potter Wright Jt Co, Bankers.Wail it.N.V
NEW RICH BLOOD!
Parson' Puri.tive Plils mako New h Blood,
and will completely chaujju the biood In the entire
system 111 thive months. Any prison who will uke
1 pill rich nluht trow one to twelve week nifty he
restored to sound heaith, If such athlnn he i..:ll
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FEVER AND AGUE TAD
(JURE BY ABSOIUTIOX!
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LITER & AGUE IAD
f .Medicinal AUsorptre
BODY & FOOT PLAS'IEKS
Medicated Foot liatk
These rttterili wLich ure the so'e esfii-nts if
the Cure hy Absorption ure npnused toliositk' Lave
bein pruvtd the chiapi-st and Mu.t KtVctt.i; i;ni;-
dy for all Disease. ArifiucfroiTMaiaririiTTiT
dreed lun.i-h or Liver, and it is a eil kl.ou In,
that lieur.y all the diseases that tttark t:,e Lni.jU
body can he traced directly or Indirettiy to iLjtsc
h is known hy act ial experience 'hat thi re is u
diretse that atlatks the rulh aiii,. ui l.o'h ft I
es lhat citn even be luudilled hy tj.e ue of dr'.rs,
hut that cuu he acted on in a fir raw stis!.i-'.'ry
and permanent manner by tLe lloLMAN UViJ
PAU CO. s KtjMtDlhlS.
XumberlesH (,'uhi-m, l-'innK 3
knowlfil-d to !) Jli'yoiul
It'ai'h ft' Meiliins, )iriv Vmm-ij S:iv.
el under tho Milil Action ot Th'
H tTnt(lifw Alin.
If questioned, send for our pamphlet. Nitsre'
Laws." t. extended information ami tef
i:ia!s ftuu the first kui,k jo( the tountrv. Mai.ed
The remedies are sett bvrnail. post-pun. r:i i
cbipt of price, except the Suit, which it se:.t i c j.
prei-s at pim r.aH-r's extiefase.
CuLMi.tati.iu free, ai.d soiicited at oi.r oty.ie. or
by tuM, pviiic fuil d scriptloa of yo.ir tasv.
UEStlUITIVE 1'IUCE LIT.
liEGl'L.Ui I'AIJ-.' C'i; Iii:;p:eni !', hcs. f.r-t
. . stauvp C hi. is and fever, i
SPECIAL P.D-) CLroi.ic Liver a;.,. vu-
aeh li'.roriierh. nnd Maiar.a
SPLEtN IltLT-J') Eclarued ..nu a:.J
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INrAMPAU-fl N; Pri-veLtnllve and c.ire of
Cholera infaLtuia and M.uiiner
-,. 'i Auxiliaries for N-r.oj
tOO PLAMEIiS-Vc u:.d Circnlative Ti..-ut-r,
. '' throwiLi.' oil oh-
rOOr " p-iri"c ructions a:;d ren.ov
, !,.nir pains
i Auxilarv for colds, sick
AIJOPPTION SALT-1 b.-adacH-. tuiubn-ss of
box i',c; tU'Xes. jl.ijj extremities, etc.
For further iaf.irn a'ioi: a to diseases reached by
the Pa.; und Its Auxiliurie, consult uur pan.i.ulel.
II0LMAN LIVER TAD CO.,
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P. G. SCHUH,
Pole Auvnt for the. aleoftLe HOLMAN LIVER
A FKEE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will fend ono of our I1EALTII KESTOR.
INU PADS to any Invalid nlllicted lih I lv
Compialut. CHILLS and FEYEK, INDKiES
TIuN, COSTIVENESS, Nenous Headache,
Ih-spepsia, Nen'ona Debility and Impure Hlood,
II tilev will send us their svnintoma aioI n,l.
dress and aree to scud us tJ.no If it effect
a euro to their entire satisfaction, othciwlsu
there will be no charite. Wo will do this to cou
vlnco tbo public of tho suDerlor vul
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all wo say. As this offer
will necessarily be limited In number, wo hope
therefore, an early application will bo made. Ad
dress, ery Respectfully Yours.
Vi Elm street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
Pbyelcians speak In Terms of Praise In favor of tho.
HEALTH PAD. '
Cincinnati, Juno 28, 1870.
Havlns had somoconsiderableacniiaiutiiucewiih
tbo operation of tlio Pad, I can concienclously
recommend it as au excellent remedy In all tbo dis
eases lor which Dr. Forbes counsels its use
DU. J. HALLOWELI,.
STO GeorifO Street, Clucluuatl.
Rev. Joseph Emory, tho well-known City
Cincinnati, June 30, 1P76.
H.ivlno hd a Ions acniiaintauco wlih l)r P.irli,...
1 am satisfied that whatever he recommends ho does,
so cousclenelously, and will prove all they promise.
ItEV: JOSEPH EMERY.
Extracts from a few of tho Many Lettera frequently
On ays feel that your Pads have saved mv
Hfo. " Another ays:-"i our Pad has Just reached
mv rnso. It has entirely removed mv rA.ilvDiifiud
and consequent Sick Headache." Another writes i
rnrtv-ulcht hours I felt as well
Your rau uiicimca sirictly to business, and In
pld Liver. I am better than I hava been Ut twenty
yotiri-aarmscurea me of Bil lomness and aUir-
orrors crowing out of a torpid Llvor and Dyspcpsln.
,fternsine,yourpad all these Ills left me.'' Ono
w-, o.uvmv-1 .nip nnve enfinren uii ina
Alter usincyour pad all these Ills left me." Ono
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