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Official Paper of the County and Village.
SATURDAY, MARCH 2.1878.
TI I.DE'S INCOME TAX.
During tbe last, President bt campaign
the ciurges inr SmiselJ. Tilden, the
Democratic candidate for the Presidency,
hd detraud il the government out ot
about $100,(XX) by failing to pay what
was justly due from hiin as us upon his
income beiween Ihe fam kvGl and 172,
were declared by the Democratic press
tohavebe.'ii made simply for political
effect. As is wtll known, a suit WM in
stituted against Mr. Hideo to recover
the amount claimed to be. due from him
Mr. Tilden set up as his defense that the
amount ot his income had been fixed by
the assessor and he had paid the penalty
for refusing to give in the returns, Mftd
that the govtrniumt was therefore, do
barred from collecting any addUtoaaJ
tax, even if it could Le shown that his in
come was greatly in excess ol the
amount upon wnich he had paid the tax.
We are ladinnt. however, to think that.
Mr. Tilden and the Democratic party are
beginning to reilize that the charge?
were not made solely for political effect,
and that there is a prospect of Sammy
being compelled to use a portion of the
fountain from which tlio.e "barrels ol
money" was supplied during the cam
paign, in pajlag nis just dues to the gov
ernment. On February 16 a very importaut point
was reached In the suit in which Judge
Blatchtord declared thai the tax of 5 pet
centum was to be levied upon Mr. Til
den's income and not upon wnat the U.
S. assessor said was the income. The in
cm.e could not change neither could the
tax. This bieaks down Mr. Tildeu's
tectum :l tletauaa thnt the fixing of I lie
amount to be usesed by the assessor
bars the goernmen .rum collecting any
additional tax. The opinions of Judge
KatdtfOfl were given verbally, that Mr.
Tilden should be hel I (Of the 5 par c n -um
on his income, and he nld that ow
ing to the importance of the case he
would prepare a written opinion at an
1 i.e New York Times in commenting
on this verl.vil opinion says : "Toe ca?e
will go to trial on Ita merits, and the
much debated quessiou of whether Mr.
Tilden did or did not detraud the gov
eanment wil. be d ciileu by the aid of
legal evidence, and without any disturb
ing influence lrom partisan rancor on
either side of the controversy. The
legal importance of the case is very GOB
siderable, but the effects ol this or any
other issue involving the question ot
charade:- upon the political tofiuuet of
Mr. Tilden are nut likely to be great.''
rut sn. v b:ix.
ihe silver bill baa passed both
branches of Cofegrese, ium will doubtless
become i law, lor ii has p t ed in both
Houses by such a avijurity at wouid in
dicate that m com ihe L.il sl;onl I be ve
toed by President Hayes, it would be
jptOMMI ov 'v thv veto. 'I n is has not beu
a political question, the parties being di
vided for and against the bill. We are ot
the opinion (ii l the jMefage ol this bill
was a t at mistake. We do not believe
that any amount of legislation can ever
make silver the equal in value oi gold.
Advices lrom Europe would iudic.de
that it was already having its effect upou
United States bonds in that market. A
telegram lrom London, dated February
22d. says : "The mot important busi
ness in the foreign stock market Thurs
day (last week) was tbe selling of Unked
States bonds by the pubiic. it is not so
much that the selling has been of larjn
amount, as it has beeu the selling by ac
tual holders, and upon a maikei where
thre are few buyers except upou Ameri
can account. There is danger, theietore,
lest alarm may be generated by the tall
thus caused, and the bonds get pressed
on dealers taster than they care to have
them. Holders almost always become
more disposed to sell aa priced go drwn.
and any little pi esiure would cause a
sharp tail." This as be t , aecp.gi
ot tiie bdl by the House, but the strength
which had been devel ped in that branch
intavorot the nil, I (I u ,!(, ubt as to
what would be the result, and the above
would clearly Indicate the effect it was
havinir upon the ciedtt ol ih United
A rommUKP bilelrvlew with Gen.
Grant, m Cario, Egypt, reviews ihe con
tioyersy about Summ r u . Moti. y. The
(.ieueral says of the question : -it respect
is '.i.e lo U e dead, truth and ju-.ae ; re
due to tlu. living, and 1 only spoke in
elf defense, and, alter many yeaia ol
Mient submission to aasaoltf lrom Mr.
fcmniner and his friends, only in the in
terest of truth and justice. Mr. Jay. M
no one knows so unl as Governor Fish
and myself, makes a pretext ot eulogizing
the dead to attack Governor Fish, ll
any one hated Mr. Btimmw it was Jay
at the time ot ;he appointment ot Motley
:ts Minister oj Lnland. J , wanted to
go to England, and was sorely disappoint
ed that a ehnugc would not be made in
his tavor even alter Motley h id beeu as
sured of his appointment. J;iy, most
probably, forgave Sumner beiore the
bonator death, but he bhiuicd him lor
ois tailure to go to London.''
31k. Gladstone, in ma-azine article
on the e;stersi questioo, dedans lhat the
opening or ekdug ol the LhurUanetk ls
not am EoglUh question nor a Kushm
question, but one which belongs to En
rope ai.d that should be decided by Eu
ioj)e. As ,o the English Empire in A;ia
Le says it should he remembered that in
addition to thirty-lour millions of Eng
lishmen and seventy or eighty millions
ot llussians. there are two hundred and
lifty millions ol inhabitants ot India, who
have already had something to say on
the Asiau question, and who are likely
to have more to say from time to time.
Mr. Gladstone claims that Bulgaria
should be wholly relieved fiom Turkish
EDITOR AL NOTES.
It is reported in the English Parlia
ment thai Russia will gobble the Turk
ish fleet, at which England is vgn'm trou
bled. A correspondent at Vienna states that
the intention to immediately mobolie
a portio i of the army baa been aband
oned, but the Austro-Hungarian delega
tion will be asked to vote 80.0UO.ObO
florins, in order that the government
ui'iy h ve means in readiness in e ise
mobolization bt ernes ntcessary.
An Iowa man ot good standing has
just been convicted oi participation in a
murder of eighteen years ago, when in
a vigilance commit; ee hung three
brollie s lor the-ca irne ot horse stealing.
The verdict astonishes everybody, but it
shows that ;he fi r. which co ;vierd the
man never had any fun in hanging horse
la Philadelphia, on Tuesday of last
week, ihe Republican candidate lor police
magistrate received 51.8.J7 votes; the
Democratic 2G.S1G, and the Labor Reform
candidate 2,fSU. Last N". vember the
Democratic, local ticket was elected
by nearly 'J.00U majority It wun'.dseem
that the tidal wave had struck that city
in full lorce.
ML Hkndkicxs Klid in h:s Indianap
olis speech th t the guilt of General An
derson and 01 her members ol the Louis
iana iieturning Board is shown by the
verdict. That e u ct, obtaiue I by bare
faced fraud, is a great convenience to
men like Mr. ll . dricks. It didn't
amount to anything, b ll bs so im
pressive a thing to introduce in a Speech.
The freight capu ityot the goveru
ment snips Conatituiion. Supply, ami
Wyoniiag. being iusutiicieut to accam
modate the goods ottered for the Tal is
exposition, the ship Portsmouth has
heen placed at the disposal oi Commis
sioner General IcCormack. All the
spuje.u it.. American department has
beeu assigned. None remains lor new
The Southern p o e I will nover lot
jive 9k r. HoOvitl lor his recent course In
stirring up trouble In the Dem ciatic
c tup. I e At I. .ilia CooolitUtloa 8:iy!
'Little Mr. liewiit cauno; be too caielul
with his tongue, li I.e has any i hing to
tell if he otoaaea any lacta lUai i rove
the comnl it v oi b'ouiheru I)emo ra;s
in the electoral trauds he should make
them public. His gossi) around :he
hotels is a phase of silliness that rarely
sei.rs u4on great meir."'
Dr. E. X. Chapman, of Brooklyn,
Y., in tiie Sc.eutl6c American, claims
greol success in ih.e treatment of diph
theria whh (pii.iine and whisky, lie
claims that it neutralizes the diphlberitic
poison and destroys the luembrane. fie
, es numerous ci'St s to prove his posi
tion, lie claims tbat any local applica
tions are worse than useless. He giVrs
it 111 large doses and begins early in the
iormative stage of the disease. If, as he
suggests, it is a DftQch a upectftc as (ui
niue for iiiieriiiittent, it is a Valuable dis
coveiy. There are whispered rumors In Lon
don that British UlplomajCf is laboring
to win the I'orte iwaj liom th ) embraees
Of the Bnihlan bear, and re v. v. its hop;s
of renewed selt-eonst qiu nee as an ele
ment of tiie European balance of power.
The argument is tbe selfishness ot lius
ia, and that Engl md and Turkey have
eommon. rather lhau antagonistie inter
ests opposed to her ulterior oesigns. Per
haps the strongest guarantee ot peace is
the met that Ktfmia set-ms to illalruat th.
result, and is preparing for the worst by
coneentraling in Koumauia an army ol
The Greenback puny met at Toledo
last week and went through all the mo
lions ot" a nati-'ii I c t.t reitee a solemn
ly ami earnestly as if .hey really believed
that they h;.d an existence as a national
organization. Having oi tv rn their
sell-cm.'sen name ol the 'Greenback"
party, they have rebaptized themselves
the "National' party, hoping under
these ne V . ton I e i ch new votes.
Their 1 ngtby pleUurm is only a rehash
of the exploded fiulaeleS and bat less
senious which ih le ilers of th repu
diation movement have io frequently
paraded beiore the polite.
A Cbuucse COOaiii, duly accredited to
San Francisco, will shortly arrive ill a
Ubifiett war vessel, accompanied by a
number of Chime dignitaries, who in
tend taking a personal observation of
matters and things in this country. The
Chinese government has become im
pressed with the belief that the tierces
Letween the Uniied States and China are
not carried out InfgOOU faith on the Pa
cific co ist. The San Fra ci efi e ..'e are
of the same opinion, but lay the fault to
the treaties and not to themselves. Their
argument is, that if no Chin se snl jects
were permitted to come to this country,
there WOtlkl be no ill feeling toward and
brutal treatment of the Chinese on the
Senator Bruce, of Mississippi, in a
long letter, discourages the movement
ui the Southeren states in layer ol the
emigration of lie e:ored e i'e to
Liberia. He argues thai the negro of
Lhta c untry is not Airicau but Ameri
can -in hi physical iu i mid tptU
tudes, in his meui; 1 development and
biases, i!i his religious beliefs and hopes,
and in political conceptions and con
victions." The Senator advi-es him to
work out his own destiny in this country.
Mr. Bruce can attord to teel pleased with
hime l and competent to give advice,
since he won a vote of thanks from the
Legislature of his staie, composed almost
exclusively of the opposing political
party and made.up of uku ifrougly an
tagonistic to him.
IisM arck is reported as saying that
Englaud will flight Boasia when theii-h-cs
make w;o on the Dorset The lal
news seem to indicate his epigram.
The Cuban diplomatic agent at New
York declare- there is no truth in the
peace rumor- lrom Havana. There will,
he says, be no i a i e incept ; n the
bads ol" the recognition of Cuban n
depciivlence. On the other hand iLo
Spanisli consul Siiyw n s privatf advi es
lead him to regard the dispatch lrom
Havana to the effect that a basis of pe; c
conditions hud been agreed upon blW e a
tho'SpanUh aQiboritlea sml Cuban in
surgent chieis, as ubsianlidly correct,
although he had u IB aal conurmaii n
The draft of peace condition contained
stipulations that tiie six principal Turk
ish iion-cl els should be ce 1 1 to BusU -on
the ground that the Porte might
oiherwie sell them to England. The
SutCan olje 'M d to this ipi 1 . . lie
stated he would preler lo destroy tbe
vessels, and ito;n;sel not to transfer
tln m to any U r gi p twers. The litci
(l nt terminated by the Sultan uutler
t.iking not to leflthe irou-clads to E;ig
land, in consideration of which Russia
withdrew ber demands for their imme
CODt Si;B NKWS.
Paris hotel keepon have docMotl to
make but sli..'ir avid tions to tiieir ordi
nary rates du ing the exposition.
Out of 27,000 municipal voters on the
lits in Montreal, 17.000 have been frtroek
off on revis-on. for mvu payment 61 taxes.
Chicago has hones that the g V'Tiimcnt j
will reoccujy the Valentine lSc; ip hike!
fnnit and erect haiidscme butluings for
military purpoees Mwreon.
Odessa and St. PetersburJ have a bl
gv: in f lade, bill no elfivatlOt'. An Ameri
can h'rai is to bulk! one at St. l'eleisbnrg
as soon as poaoe is Ueciai ed-
The late licnvy rains have been gener
al a)! over tiie country, and big Hoods
are reported In Connecticut, RtiOde
Island, NeW York, Calhoruta and (Jan -!
The annual report oi W..ighmaPr
Smith. Oi the Buffalo Hoard Of Tnnle.
shows that Ki.OOO.tKM) bushels of rain
were received by lake at tiie port ol Bul
lalo in 1S77.
Postmasters throughout Ihe Union are
to be authorized to receive contribttllo )
for tiie pi destal tor Ben holdi's t;tue of
liberty enligliti ning the world," to be
ereted in New Tork harbor
Tbe Geographical soclety of Fr it e I
bar- written to I a plain Howgate, waiml v
approving his plan ot establishing a x'oiar i
1.- .-..--- -- .'111. A .
colony as one which will hasten t le ueo
graj.iiie; 1 OOtMueBt ol the Pokif lOgioiiS.
Capt. Sadf is looking for other worlds
to conquer. He thinks it practic ble to
aeenre twelve tectol water, sit the krwe t
si age. in the Missouri river from Kansas
City ttown. .aid that the Kanea river
could bede.pened at i moderate cost.
While ( -coi fing a prisoner one Doc
Shorkey, charged witli the murder oi a
mail contractor, Shenfls Ree l and Mc
Fall, Ol EouiMana, vere Nltaoked br an
armed band near Fort Worth, in that
state, and, alter a pitched battle, tbe
prisoner was leseaed.
The Dominion mlui$$trof financeaJti his
budget speeeu. last we"k, said that trade
had decreased tnm $'2 1 d.odO.(XH) to lfJ8.
00O,OUO. Einanc.-s were deticient 1.1 2.
I'OO this year. He predicted, however,
tbat the revenue wuld be auffleicnt tu
meet all contingencies.
German ? rup."
other medicine in the woJd
ever given such a test
its curative qualities as
Bnschee's German Syrup. In three years
two million tour hundred thousand small
bottles ot this medicine were distributed
free of cJiarje by Druggists hi this coun
try to those afflicted with Consumption,
Asthma, roups, severe Coughs. Pneu
monia aid other dis aes of Hie Throat
and Lungs giving the Americau peoj !
undeniable proof that Ger ian S jr p
will cure them The result has been
that Druggists in eveiy town and tillage
in the United States are recommending
it to their customers. Go to your Drug
gist, and ask what they know about i.
Sample Bottles 10 cents. Regular size
75 cent. Three does will relieve any
ease. For sale by C. - - . Pai r. Co.. and
A. M Gerotv. 3nov77
YOU CAN GET
Of Yourself for One Dollar.
To' the Citizens of Cheboygan and Dun
can at j.
THOSE who had photographs nade by me
durinx idlt fumm. r, o t recei;t ol one dol
larlvih lUiih..- ; ml semi yon ;i whole d izen
;hntos lieo y nm-i, and will linith iu Leal oatiu
li ii i - Ju oa lii b.-cI.3o enom.'ri I card..
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41'Tia, Mich., Fehrrary 6. '878.
1 1 can muh rooey faster ai work lor ns than at
; si:.tli:i.t'el-e-Capit o ru( n-tjiiireti ; we will
U Plan vou. $,2 o r day t lioine made by ihe
in-lO-tn B. Me' , Himitii, boyi tnd girls
wiitd ev. r where to work l r us. Now is ih
time SPuttljr outfit and tcims i':ee. itidretti
iKUfc & Co., Augub a. Maioe, 2marly
CITY DRUG STORE.
Qrccn, Black and Japan, at 40c per lb
Japan, at 50c per lb.
TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
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This infallible remedy is composed of
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chemical union with Tar-Balm, extracted
from the Life Principle of the forest
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The Honev of Horehound soothes and
SCATTERS ail irritations and inflamma
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Five additional ingredients
keep the organs cool, moist, and in health-
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N.B. The Tar Balm has no bad taste
PRICES 50 CENTS AND $1 PER BOTTLE.
Great saving to buy large size.
"Pike's aroothache Drops" Cure In
Sold by all Druggists.
C. ft CEITTENTON, Prop., N.Y.
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EAST. SOUTH AJXD
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Until further notice stages wU leave each nd
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i or freight or passage apply at the postoffice
C. A. BRACE, Agent'
CEO.M. SAVAGE & CO.
36 Congress Street WegL
are authorized tc contract
for advert isinrr in this
paper. They will send their
Advertisers' Manxal of
P- ices. etc.. freb by mail.
II. A. BLAKE, PROPRIETOR.
Is now better prcp.ired thsn evr before to do
ad work in bM line promptly aud in u
uiannei tnatc.umot be surpassed.
in addition to manufactnrins; Mrervtbing that is
usuaih made in 'Art class touiidnes,
ilspecial atteutiou is paid to
The Jobbing Business,
Such as repairing engines, and all kinds of ma
ctiiner , together y ith
In all its branches. He also manufactures
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS.
of all kiBds made to order.
o, .1 .
noil H. A. BLAKE,
f t: .. -
MARK SE FACT,.
The ttstimony of he whole World.
HOLLO WAY'S FILLS.
"I had no appetite, Holioway's Pills gave mc a
h arty. 'Your Pnie are HMttfPctaU
"1 end lor aiKii..r tax am Kttp ih m in the
"t r, Hol'oway has cured my headache that
I g.we one of your pill? to my bribe for hoi
ra. 'lue .iearjiit.r UHig get W0tt aiay."
"My iii;Ui'.aoi h iiion.ij g i. 110 a BUMdo
MToU b- x 1' Hoil9Wy o.ntiiii'Ut cured me
of BOisef in ikt head. 1 rubi.etl vu;e ot y u
om ineit iM'hlno' tLer8, ami tLeno.teh s'n ii "
' Sens 1 me two boXub; 1 want one for a poor
1 enclofe a dollar; your piiceis25 cents, but
the medicine to me s uoith a doilctr :'
tui n e five boZM t your pills "
'Let m haf th-ei-boxc of your pills by re
turn in ill, lo. Chills 61. d rev-i .''
1 liave ter (iO s cb t !9iiiiuiialp as iheoo, but
want of sjiHce conut,io mj to conclude.
For f'utann us lJisorders
And ail t rr.pti -s d the litis, thi Ointment is
1 nt itivaiiiahle. It !ks not heal cxurnaily
alom but penetrates with ihe moat teaichiLg ca
fuels lo the veiy root of tlM c iL
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lnva Mbt uie ihe follovvii.g ttttaaMM
DlSOKDB OF Til E KIDNEYS,
In ail dt-tease affecting theae organ. whatlMr
lie s. rreie lo( in i.-h or too little Wine.; or
'v etber tney bt i-lll cted v ith stone or gravel, or
ad tli ariica or puma settled ir t)i bins over the
nBioOk ol the i.idiioyi, tne-e P li should be iak n
,'j ordraa; to 1 nurd direction ;:nd the oin'ment
Ii"ii! he nel: rubbed in o tbe taaail of tfea hack
a bod time, Ibi t efiXaaent vvib gjv aimott im
Baodaatfl relief w hen ail oLBWf mtar s have failed.
For fetoiiitiebs Out ol Order.
No medicine will to (fftcteally improve the
lone of ihe Moma-h r-? tlu e bt v remoM
.ii i.ridiiy araaainnad atvkcr by teienpenuaee o
impr. pi 1 diet. Tin y reach the uvt r ami n duce
it to 1 beaiiby a' tion; tl ey aie troadertullj el
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Rul ib earuif ail isordataol the liver uiid fctoo.
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ftii.alu lrrecobuitio, rivera 01 nil kir-da,
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jauNdkse, liwr coaplaiBta. lumbago, fdlee. rhe&
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eil, sore throats, stone and gra l, tic rioulon'
eaux. toaaari, ul r-, worms ui all kinds, weak
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ote are irinuine unless tb s-'yrnatnre cf J.
Hayd ck. asa-ent for the United !Mate, ur
roou Is v: cJi b x ot P )' ;md Ointii:eM A h-'ii -ho
re ewart arUl be given to any one nrnHerJiM
shcd infoi anatio T as may lead t the ;et ctaos of
UBT ).i)iy or parlies counieileiting the QtediBiBea
or ve-.diijij tLe fcanic, knowing them to be bpu
rto Id at. tie aaofae -fcry of Profi s.-or Ilol
lewaT Jb Co.. cw York, and by all reii,ectable
drunusi and dealers in medicines throng cut (he
iTiliavd wotld, in boxes at SS cents. 62 cents ai d
CiF" I b re i- considerable saving by iak'rg the
la igor sizes.
Jireftirr.s for tbe .'midanec ol patients
lb every rtj order are all seti to each box.
Office, lid Liberty Street, New York.
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