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M.B. Harrell, Editor.
CArT. Isauu' Ryxdeks, of ew York,
who wa9 President 01 tr.c empire vhuj iu
1844 and did none pretty effective .work
, for the Democracy, has becomo a bright
ana sinning ugiu vi um .uuuiuimbi vuutvu.
jGla;l to hear it. Isaiah was always a good
fellow, but now he is better.
Financially, Spain is iu a bad way. Her
' public debt is more than $2,555,000,00, and
no accounts are ever laid before the nation
There is slight prospect that tho debt will
ever be paid on many of the bonds. The
present revenue of thd country is estimated
at $154,000,000 and the expenditures at
The fact that a band of tramps could
encamp in tho neighborhood of a large
town in the State New York, and pillage
and rob at will,, defying the officers of the
law, looks as if things were going wront
in the Empire State. Yet it cannot be do
tried that such a disgraceful event happened
near Newburg ten days ago, and not a siu
gle arrest was made.
since Sexton's temporary retirement, Slos
son appears to be the David who should be
sent forth to meet tho Goliah, Schaefer.
The "standard authority'' says: "A gen
tleman in New Orleans, one of the backers
in the Sexton-Dion 4,000 match in New
Orleans, has expressed himself ready to
make the biggest match on record. His
project is to back Slossou against Schaefer
ut the regular game for $10,000 a side, and
he himself will take all of the stake that
Slosson does not want. The gentleman has
not seeu Slossou play the regular gamo for
several months; but he has seen him phy
cushion caroms, and ho expresses himself
satisfied that a man who could play that
gamo so well as George is doing ought to
be able to boat Schaefer at any fame.
The Vice-Chanc.'llor of Kentucky has or
dered judgment for $30,000 ia favor of the
Planters' National Bank, of Louisville,
against a former cashier, under whoso ad
ministration it was robbed by its teller
during a period of. over eight years. It ap
peared that the teller's operations were ren
dered possible only 'by the neglect of tho
cashier to examine the books, and the Vice
chancellor therefore decides that he and
Lis sureties must make good the bank's
losses. The general doctrine is laid down
that the cashier of a bank is tho chief exe
cutive and financial officer, and lias charge
of its cash, choses in action and evidence
of debt; audit is a part of his duty to
supervise th,o Iwoka aud accounts of the
corporation, aud also to see that they arc
correctly kept; aud in doing these duties
he is required to exercise reasonable dili
gence and skill.
The Legislature of New Jersey, towards
the close ol President Jefferson's adminis
tration, nked him to accept a third term.
The following ia Mr. Jefferson's patriotic
reply : "If some termination of the services
of the Chief Magistrate be not fixed by the
' Constitution or tnpplied by practice, his
office, nominally for jvnrs, will, hi fact, be
come for life, and history hows bow easily
that degenerates into an inheritance.
Believing that a representative government,
reBponsibltf at short periods of elections, is
that which produces tho greatest turn of
happiness to mankind, I feel it a -duty to
do no act which shall essentially Impair
that principle, nud I should unwillingly be
thoperwn who, disregarding the- sound
precedent set by an illustrious predecessor,
6liould furnish tho first example- of pro
longation beyond the second term of
The resident has lately pardoned a lot
of Chicago whisky thioves. Wo arc not
familiar with' the facts, but tho follow
ing is what the Chicago Times says on tho
subject: "Mr. Devcns has thought proper
to havo published in a Washington paper a
defense of tho action of tho Administra-,
tion is pardoning Chicago whisky crooks.
The subject is somewhat musty, and tho
Attorney General would have done better
if he had left it undisturbed. Ho recites
the great services rendered by tho 'squeal
ers,' in confessing their offenses, but this is
sheer bosh, and ho knows it. Tho squeal
ers confessed only what tho prosecution
could havo proved without their assistance.
Mr. Devens knows that. He knows also,
that for thair confession they wero relieved
from the legal penalties of their crimes;
and that tho Grant administration, with all
its notorious favor of whisky thieves, did
not to go tarthcr than this. It was left for
Mr. Hayes, under tho malignant advice of
Devens, to add to tho criminal immunity
already enjoyed by tho whisky ring on out
right gift of tho taxes and penalties of
which they had defrauded the Government.
Mr. Devens is not much of a lawyer, but
he and Mr. Hayes had just as much right to
take money out of tho treasury and give it
to the whisky men as they had to relievo
that crowd from tho payment of taxes on
whisky which had been seized for non-pay
ment of such taxes. The infamy of the
Administration's management in these
cases cannot be lessened by such childish
pleas as that of Mr. Devens."
From our regular correspondent.
Washington, July 17th, 1379.
Some erroneous impressions have been
scut out from hero under the guiso of an
interview with lion. Win. E. Chandler.
Mr. Chandler came hero as secretary of the
Republican congressional committee, and
not as an agent of any prcsidental candi
date, and therefore, of course, he spoke
guardadly. lie is a warm iriend of Mr.
Blaine, aud labored for his nomination in
1870. He is also a friend of Zach Chand
ler, who is a stalwart like him. Hut he
did not say that Chandler was the most
hopeful candidate, nor that Washburnc
had even a chance. Ho thinks that the
votes will be very much scattered, that all
the men he named will receive support,
and that Wiudom is as likely to bo the
"dark horse" as anybody. Mr. Chandler,
I may add, has gone west for his health,
and it is reported tliut he will appear iu
Oil i fan. u to help his friend Oorii diu iu die
Republican campaign there.
In view of the importauco attached to
financial legislation and discussion at this
time, I shall be justified in calling atten
tion to an important conference to be held
in Saratoga, New York, on the 0th 7th and
8th of August coming. It is called by tho
American Ranker's Association, who
will hold their annual convention
on that occasion, but it will
embraco interests so wide as to cover the
whole industrial and commercial interests
of the country. The proceedings will bo
non-partisan. The president of the Hank
ers association is Hon. Alex Mitchell, of
Milwaukee, a leading Democrat, and the
other offices aro divided among all parties,
except of course the Greenbackers, who
have no interest in conservative financial
affairs. The discussions will not bo con
fined to banking or financial affairs, but
will embrace all subjects of legislation and
private business. Tho matters of usury,
state and municipal debt, currency reform,
commercial growth and revenue improve
ment will be fruitful topics, and promise
to elicit valuable contributions to our politico-economical
literature, The assembly
may havo ail important bearing upon tho
legislation of next winter.
As an impartial writer it is my duty to
record tho fact that tho friends of other
candidates aro troubled by tho "Tilden
boom." That is tho rather inelegant way
of putting tho popular movement looking
towards a presidential nomination. There
can be no doubt that Mr. Tilden .is more
favorably mentioned for that honor than ho
was a few months ago. It is a
fact that many democrats who then
spoko lightly of Mr. Tilden's changes
have changed their minds, just us I intim
ated in this correspondence some time ago.
The Democratic party sees that tho East
must bo considered in its financial views,
and Tilden and Bayard are their best repre
sentatives on that, point. But Mr. Tilden
lias this advantage over Mr. Bayard, that ho
has a larger State to back him, a Stato that
casts S3 electoral votes.
A very strong movement is on foot among
v cstern and (southern men to have Secre
tary Sherman reverse his decision relative
to the contraction of the Oamgeo refrigera
ting and dihiufectlng ship. They want
Prof. Chmgcc to try the experiment of stoy.
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in the snread of yellow fever, and other
contagions by his forces, and think that un
der tho bill passed and approved the Secre
tary can givo him tho contract at once. Tho
pressure from tho threatened districts is
very great. Senator Harris, of Tennessee,
is doing noble work in behalf of whatever
offers in tho way of protection to his peo
ple, and Gen. Garfield and other Northern
men aro helping him with their influence.
Headache nrlses from' different causes.
Congestivo hqadacho is produced by an un
due quantity of blood (n tho ' brain, to
which high livers, robust people and yoang
women aro liable. Dr. Bull's i Baltimore
Pill9 regulates tho bowols and thus divert
tho current of blood from tho brain. Price
Quinine's best days ahe passed Tho
drucdsts say that tho demand for- ouiuiue
is becoming gradually smallor, chiefly ow
ing to lho lately discovcaed substitute
"Thcrmaliue," which is known to be su
perior for malaria fever, ogue, etc., and
costs less. New York People.
"WniTHEii aro you bound" asked John
Moor, as ho stood in tho door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw his old friend Sam
Rodgcrs walking slowly past. Tho latter,
with sunken cj-cb and palid visage, bearing
evidenco of disease, hastened to reply:
"I have long suffered all the horrors arising
from an inactive liver, und am going to tho
office of Dr. Slow to seek relief." "Do no
such thing," said his friend, "when you
can buy a bottle of Portaline, or Tablcr's
Liver Regulator for only 50 cents, and bo
permanently relieved. It will cure Dys
pepsia, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, and all disorders of a torpid
liver." For sale by Barclay Bros.
When tho hand ot disease is laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its pleasures,
anything that will afford relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no light afiliction,
aud that form of it known as Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Trice 50 cents a bottle. For sale by
Heat relaxes the system ami opens the
w-ay for diseases to attack tho depressed
and weary body. People of judgment and
experience at such times make use of Kidney-Wort
as this great remedy keeps up tho
tone of tho whole body ly enabling the
Liver, Bowels and Kidneys to perform their
A Seauch Waukant allows ' tin officer to
go through your houso from cellar to gar
ret, and Liudsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures aro wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, wo warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. Sec that our
namo is on tho bottom of thn wrapper.
R. E. Seixkjis & Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
ra. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save youh childken. For 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 worms in four
hours after taking tho medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists, Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The tuutii is miuhty and will prevail.
Thousands who havo used and been cured
arc living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Tills will cure
tho worst canes of liver complaint, billions
ncss, hcadacho arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness aud all disor
dors resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pu. Barclay Bros., agents.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got tho Consumption" when
asked to euro their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will euro Consump
tion will certainly and 6iirely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will euro when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positivo that wo will re
fund the price paid if you rcceivo no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Trico
10 cts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lamo Chest, Buck or side, uso Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Prico 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you Buffer with tho Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positivo guaranteo to euro you. Trice
10 cts. and 75 cts. For Bale by Barclay
"llACkMETACK" a popular and fragrant
perfuino. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
It was a happy circumstpneo for George
M. Cobb, of Westford, Vt., that Kidney
Wort found its way into his dwelling, no
less than tlireo membors or tho family hav
ing been cured. As a cathartic and diure
tic it acts surely and without pain and cures
obstinate cases of liver complaints, Kidney
disease and piles.
Envelops printed at the Bulletin office,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for tho next 30
BUY THE BEST.
HOOD'S FEENCH COLOGNE
Hood's French Cologne
IS THE rOPULAR PERFUME OF THE DAY
1st. It is a compound of Rich anil Rare Odors.
2nd. For Fragrance, Strength and Durability it U unex
celled if equaled. .
3rd. Its Richness and Exquisite Delicacy of Perfume is
1th. It is put up in Elegant and Attractive Style.
5tli. It is sold at popular prices. Warranted of uniform
strength and quality.
SAMPLE SIZE oc.
TRIAL SIZE 15c.'
MEDIUM SIZE asc."
LARGE SIZE .Vic.
EX. LARGE SIZE 75c.
POCKET SIZE.... ,..37tfc.
DON'T FAIL. TO TRY IT.
For Sale. Wholesale and Ketail, by
HOLMAN'S FEVER PADS.
We are authorized Special
Hiiigstons Poison Fly Plate
. AT BARCLAY BROTHERS,
Will kill more liies in less time than any other poison ever
offered to the public.
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178 Prince Street, New York.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Damar and all other Varnishes.
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
Our cheap Gloes Oil Vnrnifb. for the price, has no equal in the market.
OUR DKYEKS ARE THE BEST,
Try quick and will mis with all kindf of oil.
OUR VARNISHES ARE THE BEST
And huveco equal; eo conceded by tho trade.
Wchnve every facility to manufacture pood of firM
liruuipi cam nuiy, nuu nave iur);e cxpentucu ju iue Dunntet i.iiu h-ivc lav t:mv jivrn'ta. ottvktioL.
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for exposure to heat and cold, aud any one ncinu it
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ASSETS, January 1, 1S70,
(No rremlnni Note.)
SURPLUS 6vcr Seven Million Dollars.
Washington Avenue, Cor. Twelfth Street,
JULY 19, 1879.
Agents for the proprietors.
- claf quuliry Lt the lowcn jiricf. owe buy for
much llr,r..!-.iiiier and C'k'-..tn'r uuA 10 1iit TWlcK.
having un d the same peak highly of It durability
j'.iet a you represent. 1 here can be to better paint
once will urely do no again. Yon have prhileire to
t HALr AT CHAFF
YORK KNAMF.L PAINT CO,,
r.s Prince Street. New Vurk
JI ALLIDAY BROTHER;
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mill
Highest Cash Price Paitl for Wheat.
The Only Known. Remedy
THAT ACTS AT T11E SAME TIME ON
AND THE KIDNEYS.
Tb! combined action gives It wonderful power
to cure all diecaHi.
AYiiy are we Sick?
Becaiipo wo allow therm great orpai.f to becua.e
cUwd or torpid, aud poin.iuou buMmr are tin re
hire forced into the bluod that thuuid be eJfpe..ed
BILLIOfsNESS. ril.KS. CON.-TI! ATluN.
KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. URINARY Dlv
EASES. FEMALE WEAKNESS
ANlJ NERVCl'S DIsuKUEKs.
by causing Iree action of the..- nre;ii. o::d re.tor
lui; their ttri'iilh and power to throw oil dieafe.
Why feutTcr BHUihm pul- and aches?
Why be tormented w ith Pile and C'Hitlpatioa?
Why frightened over ill-ordered Kldm-v? .
Why endure nervoui bei.ducheii and ieep;e
I f o KIDNEY-WORT and rejoice in IKuith.
It If a dry, vcciahle compound sm!
One I'ltckase will make f-ix qtmrti nf Medi-lne.
(ict It of your Dnn.'siet, he will order it for yoa.
WELLS, RICHARDSON i: CO . Proprietor-.
' 4 VrniTV Active pnrlk-i to act an
j I Ti I l-'eneral Slate A.-i lk- lor
1 V the tale of our Ki'.-clui'.'i-.
T I ISutineM refpectahle. ;ooc!ii rapid. r.
We pay a fair lalary and espen.e. or n i.h
eral comml-ion on ta'.vi. From j: " to
a month can be made by live men. Pare
chance for mskii.c tnonev. H.-ferrnce rii':;re .
u AddrtM, 'Tl!iLMl'll.MKt.iO.
11'" Monroe ut. C hi.'.: jo. IX
5 CENT COUNTERS!!
ToTIIE TRADE: The Bucie.t and mo.' Sht..
tul merchant of the day are mrtlr.;' 5 'en; i'ovj.
ten-. A trial will convince. We have the oL'.r t-.m
xclu!ve fi cent Jubbiiii; Hoiim-h In the U. S.
Jjys-nd for Cutalo.-ne and particular.
J'" 9 -J Randolph St.. C'hii h!( a;-o.
Aleo io ii -ju thaunry St., Bocon. Ma. . ,
FEVER AND AGUE PAD.
(JURE RY ABSORPTION!
Without Rosin? The Better Way.
LIVEIi & AGUE PAD
a f Medicinal Absorptive
2 RUDY & FOOT PLASTERS
2 I AXI)
i ABSORPTION SALT
3Iedicated Foot Baths.
The? remedies which are the eoon-i m of
the Cure by Absorption are njij.,,M.( t ii,,..,,,. m,.
been uroved the cheancet ami Musi ftv....i,a fc.M. .
Jl IH lilt
dy for all I)icte ArlMnt: from .MalariaIi7T"dT7
dreeil stomach or Liver, and It i a well known faet
that neariv all the dlfeaes that attack the human
body can be traced directly or indirectly to thete
It in known by actual experience that there 1 no
d!"Rc that attack the youth and adult oi both n-x-e
that can even be modliled by the ue of dna-n
but that can he acted on In a far more i:iM'iii'torv
and permaneut manner by the HOLM N L1VE'
PAD CO.'S REMEDIES. 1
knowlfclgd to lw Hcyoiul the
Knch of Mfdloint, ha ve Vx-cn Sav
ed intler the Mi hi Action ol Them
If questioned. end for our pamphlet. "Nature's
Law.-' jrlvliiir extended Information and testimo
nials from the first people jut the country. .Mailed
The rcmedle are ent by mall, noft pnm, on re
chipt of price, except the Salt, which Is sent by ex
press at purchaser' extietise.
l oiisultatlou free, and solicited ot our office, or
by mull, Klvlcg toll description of your case.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
REGULAR r.D-$j PO Incipient disease, rt
stau'es t hill und Fever, etc.
SPECIAL rAD-$:)iM: Chronic Liver and stom
ach Disorders, and Malaria.
STLEEN BELT-!i .); Enlnrced Spleen and
Liver aud Chill Cuke.
INFANT PAD Jl Ws Preventative and euro of
1 .1 r.i .i ..., u
I iiiomi, .mum am hum ouuiiner
I Auxiliaries, for Nervous
BODY' PLASTERS 50c and Clrcu!ailvo Trouh
Me throwing off oh
FOOT " pair 50c n met ions uud retuov-
I i- JWKpuIti
' 1 Auxllarv fill" (..,11. Slrl
ABSORPTION 8ALT--1 rheaduclis, mimhues of
box sC! t mixes, tfi.ittj extremities, etc.
For further information n to ,n ...nan. fttni'lien bv
the Pad uud Us Auxiliaries, consult our namnhlet.
HOLMAX LIVER PAD CO.,
Room 3 ami S. Hinder RuDdlnc, st. Louis, Mo.
Sole Atfotit fir iho .aloof tho HOLMAN LIVER
PAD CO. Si REMEDIES In