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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Is Michigan the people are of the opin
ion that the office of governor is one ot
honor a.d not of profit. An amendment
to the constitution, increasing ths govern
or's salary from one thousand to three
thousand dollars was recently defeated by
a majority of two to one.
The Constellation, with supplies for the
Ii'h sufferers, experienced iearful weather
during her voyage across the Atlantic.
Her masts were sprung and some of her
chain plates were start )d. She got her
cargo safely across, however, and received
a warm reception at Queenstowj.
From 1780 to 1878 the United States
f spent the modest sum ot 98i,M3,lC4 C9
on its navy. In 1378 the value of a" the
vessels iu tho navy was estimated to be
$14,077,974. A good many hundreds of
millions of dollars have been wasted some
where. Of the vessels now iu the navy,
there are, perhaps, one hundred fit for ser
vice. Fkes'oext Hayes has ventured upon an
opinion relative to the Republican presi
dential candidates. He is satisfied that
neither Grant, Blaine nor Sherman wili be
nominated. He thinks the prize will be
drawn by either Edmunds, Washburne or
Hamilton Fish. Hayes, apparently, has no
faith in the favorites, and is betting on the
The statement of M. tie L-esseps, on his
arrival in Paris, that $00,000,000 was sub
scribed to his canal project in New York is
said to be without any foundation, New
York capitalists deny that a dollar was sub
scribed, and say further, that as fur as they
can learn, not a dollar has been subscribed
in this country. M. do Lesseps' imagina
tion has apparently got the better of his
Pkksident Haves' private secretary (Ro
gers) is of the opinion that he is fitted for
something better than looking after the
private correspondence of the president. He
is ambitious, and thinks that he is made up
of the sort of timber out of which gover
nors are made, no wants to be governor
of Id uho, and it is said that the president
will do what he tan toward gratifying his
Since Tilden's triumph in New York, the
politicians have been speculating whether
he proposes, to take the Cincinnati nomina
tion himself or five it to Mr. H. B. Payne,
of Cleveland. The question is one that
hardly admits of speculation. It Tilden
can control tho convention there is no doubt
that he will have himself nominated. The
chances are, however, that he will not be
able to control the convention.
Tueke is a prospect that Mayor Kalloch,
of San Francisco, will be arrested to-day
for murder. Detectives have obtained suf
ficient evidence to warrant tho suspicion
that tho shooting of Charles Dc Young on
Friday evening was the result of a con
piracy between Isaac 8. Kalloch and his
on. They had been iu the vicinity of Do
Young'i residence several times on the day
of the tragedy and had a conference ot a
negro resort only a short time beforo the
hooting. A few points yet remain to bo
looked into, and if they turn out as it is ex-
pected tliey will tho senior ICalloch will soon
find himself in prison. Ho is said to feitr
tho vengeance of Michael Do Young nm
keeps a strong guard at his house continu
ally. The funeral of tho deceased journal
ist was one of tho largest ever seen on tho
PitKKiDKNr Hayes is reputed to ,bo uu
commonly shrewd in predicting tho dircc
tion in which a cat will jump, and ho is
reported ns hiu'ng said that his survey of
the situation convinced him that neither
the ex-prcsident, Mr. Blaine, nor Mr. Slier
man would bo nominated, but tho prizo
lay, probably, between Mr. Edmunds Mr
Washburn, and Mr. Fish. Why itoesn'
the poor man give himself a show?
Judge Mackey. of South Carolina, a
voluble gentleman, who evidently never
tires of politics. He has been talking
about Grant, for whom ho manifests the
most profound veneration. In h:s op'-von
the third term is !iev!tuble. Mr. Grant
will soothe the southern breast with his
letter of acceptance, and wh'lc he may not
carry eight of the southern states, as pre
dieted by Don Cameron, he wl" secure
enoujrh of them to make his election a
certainty. After that tho effusive Mackey
prophesies a war with Mexico, for the pur
pose of restoring harmony to the couu ,
and a fourth term, perhaps.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, I). C, April 24th, 1SS0.
The indications are that strenuous efforts
will be made, at the present session, to re
deem, in some measure, the pledge of lariff
reform so otten made. The course now
pursued by the tariff reformers shows that
they are alert and watchful, and by com
bined and detcrmuied action, they may be
able to accomplish some positive legisla
tion. When the senate resolution direct
ing the committees on agriculture to consi
der and report legislation far the advance
ment of agricultural interests was takei from
the speaker's table, an amendment was sub
mitted directing, also, an inquiry as to the
effect the adoption of a revenue tariff would
have upon agricultural interests. The
amendment was opposed by the protection
ists. After some discussion, the tariff re
formers concluded to inaugurate, upon the
measure under consideration, 3n open and
determined contest for their principles. The
indications are that tho contest wiil be
waged agressively by the tariff reformers.
The motion to instruct the ways and means
committee, if carried, will be a reflection
upon Iiat committee and an impl'ed censure
which it has invited by its course in deny
ing to the house the privilege of passing
upon tariff measures. The fact that such
instructions are moved signifies that the
members who advocate tariff legislation are
iu earnest. The proposition to create a
tariff commission finds no favor amoiiL',
anti-protectionists in the house, whatever
may be thought of it in the senate. The ad
vocates of a revenue tatifl are scarcely nu
merous enough in the piesent house to
achieve all they desire, but if they make an
aggressive and determined fight they will
no doubt accomplish a good deal toward
the revision of the tariff. They can, for in
stance, put wood pulp on the free list and
can reduce the duty upon other articles,
which will pave the way to turtlier revision
and reduction next scsion.
The house foreign affairs committee has
reported n joint resolution calling the
abrogation ol'iho Chiyton-Bulwer trca.y of
lSoO. The Claytou-llulwcr treaty, since
the time when it effected its immediate ob
ject of allaying ill feeling between the
I'nited States and England, has never done
much good to any one and its abrogation
will do no harm.
Since the expulsion of the French from
Mexico few European powers have felt
any inclination to meddle with the United
States and its "manifest destiny" so far as
this continent is concerned. Perhaps the
best proof of this is that even tho theory re
cently put forward that any canal dug
through tho isthmus would form part of
tho "coast line" of the United States, has
excited no hostility in Europe. Wc doubt if
tho immediate annexation of the whole
center of the continent would affect the re
lations of tho United States to any Europe
an government. But tho "Monroe doc
trine," as at present interpreted, seems to
consist in warning everybody off who
threaten to make a highway for the com
merce of the world, ami at the same time
doing nothing about it ourselves. Of this
the cwmmercial nations of tho world may
From tho easy expectoration, increased
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moval of irritation, manifest from cessation
of cough and other alarming symptoms,
after using Fellow's Compound Syrup of
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stopped, but that already deposited is be
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Cautku's Little Liver Pills do not purge
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
WONDERFUL FEATS OF MEMORY.
Tho Paris correspondent of tho New Or
leans Picayuno tells tho following story:
One day in January, 1810, a long while
ago, but as tho hiiecdote is unpublished,
and the actors were all eminent, it will
bear telling, several prolessors of the Uni
versity of llerl'u wero assembled in the
council chamber nnd were talking. One
of them held tho Voss Ga.etto iu bt9 hand.
Turning to Prof. Boeckh (famous as a Greek
scholar aud as possessor of n wonderful
memory), he asked : "Do you think you
could in twenty-tour hours get by heart the
first page ot that newspaper" "I am sure
I could." "Prof. Boeckh, I don't think
you could. I'm so sure you could not that
I'll bet twenty bnttks of w'ne that you
could not." "Strike hands. I take your
bet." IVof. Boeokh took the newspaper and
was a little shocked to see that the first
page continued noth'ng but a list ot persons
who had at the recent festival of the order
of Prussia received the ribbon. This insi
pid litany was, of course, much more diffi
cult to get by heart than cd'tonals and in
telligence; still 1'rot.Uoeckli woukl notback
out. At this moment Prof. Haupt, the
philoghoist, who was likewise famous
for his tenacious memory, entered the coun
cil chamber, was told w hat had occurred,
and dared to take a similar bet. Ho smiled
and struck hands. Thereupon Trof. Bena
ry, one of the younger professors, declared
that if the veterans of the faculty could do
so much, the rawer recruits would not be
behind them, nnd to sustain the honor of
his brethren he too would take the bet.
The uext day all these professors were as
sembled again u the council chamber.
Prof. Boeckh began and recited the whole
page without missing cue name, or one
Christian name, or one initial, oroneyrade
of the long list of persons who had received
the ribbon, from the min'ster of state to the
humblest clerk. He rallied it off as easily
as if it had been the alphabet. Then Prof.
Haupt came to taw and recited the long
nomenclature, but he gave it slowly and
corrected himself often. 'Twas now Prof.
Benary's turn to prove himself the peer of
these gray heads; he exclaimed: "Breth
ren, do you really think me capable of fa
tiguing able men with so stupid a litany
for a third time? No, colleagues' I'd rather
pay for twenty bottles of good claret. A
peal of laughter shook the council cham
Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.
Washington, D. C, April 23. There
have been numerous reports recently as to
the political prospects and aspirations of
the Hon. William R. 3Iornson, of Illinois,
At the time of the meeting of the Demo
cratic national committee here his name
was mentioned with much favor as a possi
ble presidential candidate, and it is very
certain that the Illinois Democrats would
have a much better prospect of success in
their state with Morrison for a candidate
than they would have with Samuel J. Til
den. What Mr. Morrison's actual position
is with respect to the jrubernatorial. the
congressional, and presidential nominations
my be gatheted from the follow lg frank
and authentic interview:
Correspondent I see Storey is briuging
you out us a candidate for governor?
Morrison W ell, the old man has always
been very kind to me, but I am not ami am
not going to be a candidate for governor.
expect my people will sen'd me back to
C But you are named as a candidate
tor president f
M. Yes, I know some very complimen
tary things liave been said of me in this
C. And don't you expect to be nomi
nated? M. Well, our folks may make a worse
nomination. I would like to have the vot"
of my own state in the convention. If the
Democrats in New York were or could be
united. Mr. Tilden would bo nominated; as
things now arc, the race is anvbodv's.
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Mai.aiua Di;srnovi.n.- G. A. J. Oadbois,
of Brockville, Canada, certifies that he was
prostrated by a malarial disease contracted
in Texas, and was quickly and completely
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The Reason Why. The tonic effect of
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its febrifuge, tonic, and anti-periotlic clleet
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or sent, postagu paid, for same price, by
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ChenustH, Boston, Muss,
Dji. 0. McLANE'S
aro not recommended as a remedy "lor a'
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in afl'ec
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AGUE AND FI'VEK.
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commended bv them, ami the Analvli of one ol'ou'r
nioM prominent cueminx. rrnl. . A. .Mariner, of
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MAN t"FAC T t"i;El;s OF TIIE
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out the World, where luwii are cultivuted, a lie
ii:gthi! inont perl'iet ami deMralile Law Mewer
ever made. They tni:d at the head of the lit of
Lawn .Mower in the C. S. and F.uropc. '1 hey con
tuinall the imiroveineiii tlmt exueiience n their
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.LE OF 1'ERSONAL PROPERTY OF
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of fin order of the county court of Aievi.niier 'county,
on WedneiUa.v the I'.'th day of Mav A It. 1mi. he.
tween the hour of ten o'clock' a. in. and liv.'
o'clock 'i m.ofiiil day. a; No. ti'i uliiu l.evce",
Cairo. Iilii.oi, the peiuiial property of Samuel K
llalliday. (leceaed coiiillngof puilnr. lied room
and (lining room furniture, curnet. nicinre ,,i,i,.
Mini many o!ut article, will lu oid at pillule nli
i ' i hid ui ran: cueu.
ADA C. AlSTHoKPE.
IlKNItY I.. II l.l niw
Guardian minor heir of S. II, HnUlday, deceived
wueii, i aire ininol. April '.nth, Ik-hj.
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APRIL 28, 1880.
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