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THE DAILY 0A1KO HULLETIN ; FRIDAY MOKNINtf SEPTEMBER 18, 1884.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaoo. Backache, Headachi, Toothache,
jkorr Ji""- Nwrlltnga- Sprains, Bruliri,
lturna. Stralda. t'roal Him.
DP 111 01IIVII Wllill.T rl ll 11 HIS.
M4 tj l'ruiit;' il IMler wrTlMM. tirxj Vntlt botUt.
iMnriKW. id II Lsnrutfts.
the ( in ni t a. votnm co.
iiwaMiuiutMtaaiiui Bsiiuurs, Mi. C.S.A.
f'ck. Headache and relieve all the troubles IneV
drat to a bilious state of the system, such as pit
rncss. Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eating,
r.i a in the siar, c. w nue ineir mosi lunar-
aile cacceai has bees shewn In curing
ilradarhP, jrt Cartcr'sTJttle Liver Pills are equally
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
ti . a annoying complaint, v bile ihey also correct
a'l disorders of the stomach, stimulate) the lives
audxtsuiaie the bowels. Even if they only cured
AcV.e they vnnld be almost priceless to those who
i alter from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness do not end here, and thoaa
who once try them Kill find these little nillsvaln.
able in so many v. ays that they will not be williaa,
w do wittout them. But after all sick bead
Is the tunc of so many lives that here la where we
make our pruit boaaU Our pill core it while
others do not. .
Carter's Little Ih-cr Tills are very small ana
very cas y to take, One ct two pills make a dose.
Tt-y are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
t-arze, but by thi ir penile action please all who
tscthem. In vials si US cents; five fortl. Bold
ty Cruista everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICIXE CO . Sew York
THE BEST TJIIXG KXOfTX
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
RtVF.S LABOR. TIME and SOAP AMAZ
INGLY, auJ gives universal entlslartlou. 2c
family, rich or poor, should b without it
Sold bv all Orncers. UKWAKK of imitation!
well designed to mislead. PK.VItLINfc is the
)I.V HAl-'E lnlKir-snvtriR oompouml, and U
WftJ beam the above byuibol, uiid naoiu ot
JAMES l'YLE. NEW YUUK.
it raw u I
Liver and Kidney Hemedy,
Pnmpouiulfd from the will known
Curatives Hops, M.ilt, Uurhu, Man
drake, Dau. lt-li n, Banuiparilla, Cas
cara rlnjrada, ftc., combined with an
agryatilo Aromatic hliicir.
I THEY CJEE ITSPLTSIATro'iGESTM,
Act ti,on the LIvor and Kidneys,
REGULATE THE BOWELS,
lTh-y cure Rhoumntlsm, and all UrI-
nury irouoies. nn-y invigorate,
nourikh, strengthen and quiet
the Nervous System.
Aa n Tonlo they have no Equal.
Take nune but llupa and Malt Diticra.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
Hops and Malt Sitters Co.
Is a type i.f catnarh
having peculiar ymp
torn. Il is attended
by an Inflamed condi
tion of the lining mem
braue Of the iionnlc,
lent-diie.ts and throat,
aftVctlr the I u n R s.
An acrid mucu Is
ts aeiouipnuled with s
fainful i.urninc! reiipa
t ion . The-e r.re sev
ere spasms of inees
inif. fnqiient attacks
of hliMilinu b 'sduche,
a watery and '.nllnmed
Mate of the eyes.
sav - mLJ -J
Ely's V cam Halm Is a
remedy lounded on a
correct dlaL'nol of this ilin-ase snd can he de
peudi-d upon. o'le. at drains; ti'le. hy mall
bamtil'; ti'itti" bv mail 10r.
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STATE'S ATrORS BY.
We are authorized to announce that Mr. Angus
Leek la an Independent candidate for State At
torney of Alexander County, in tba approaching
We are authorized to annonnre William N.But
ler at the Republican candidate for election to the
office o; State'a Attorney of Alexander County.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Alexander
H. Irvin ai an Independent candidate for re
election to the office of Circuit Clerk, Id the
coming election In November.
We are authorised to announce the name of
Richard Fitzgerald aa a candidate for re e.ectien
to the office of Coroner at the ensslne November
EsbicoTT, whom the Democrats of Mass
achusetts have nominated for governor, is a
lineal descendant of John Endicott, first
governor of the colony of Massachusetts
and a Puntianof the Puritans.
Tub Brooklyn Eagle reprimands the
Star Route Organs" for not charging Gov.
Cleveland with cannibalism. Thus far he
has never been at the polls when it was
cold enough for that, but there is no tell
ing what may be the result of the Arctic
weather in November.
With money unbounded, with the state
overrun with the most effective campaign
ers, with Blaine's magnetic presence and
the incentive of state pride, the Republi
cans could barely squeeze out a majority
of 13,000 in Maine. The old Republican
majority over 28,000 to 30,000. The aver
age since the formation of the g. o. p. is
Mb. Jo Medill is in New York on a
special mission to secure money from the
national committee to use in this state to
save the party from defeat. Mr. Medill
candidly acknowledges that there is no
hope for Republican success in Illinois
without plenty "soap." He concedes that
if the election was held to-day the Demo
cratic would carry the state. Mr. Medill
is one of the best posted Republicans in
the state, and be very naturally draws the
picture as bright as he can for his party
The Inter-Ocean of Wednesday editori
ally indorses Mr. Medill's conclusions so
far as the state and legislative tickets are
THE ARTFUL DODGER.
Blaine declined to vote on the prohibito
ry amendment in Maine la-t Monday. He
said it was a state question. Was not the
election of a governor and state officeTS a
state question? For these he voted. It
strikes one as far away as Illinois that he
feared to vote for the amendment on ac
count of the German vote, aud he did not
care to incur the displeasure of his life
long prohibition co-laborers by voting
against it. He dodged the question. A
proraiuent Republican in Springfield yes
terday said this would not get him any
prohibition votes. Of course it is a ques
tion of votes not of principle.
BLAINE AS A PROHIBITIONIST.
On Monday the people of Mainu voted
on and carried a strict prohibition amend
me nt to the state constitution, much after
the style of those adopted in other Repub
lican states. In his speech the night of the
election, as published in Wednesday's Chi
cago Tribune, Mr. Blaine said:
"For myself I decided not to vote at all
on the question. I took this position be
cause I was chosen by the Republican pu
ty party as e representative of the national
issues, and by uo act of mine shall any
question be obtruded into the national cam
paign which belongs properly to the
domain ot state politics. Certain advocatis
of prohibition and certain opponents of
prohibition are each seeking to drag the
issue into the national canvass, and thus
ie,nuing io exciuue irom popular considera
tion questions which preegfor national de
cision. If there be any questions that be
long solely to the police power of the state,
it is the control ot the liquor traffic."
How great a coward a man must be who
will utter such sentiments. If the qnts
tion belonged exclusively to the state there
was no reason wtiy Ulaine should not vote
on it, for it was submitted at a state elec
tion. Again, there is a very considerable
number of people who believe it is a na
tional issue, and so believing have norai
..i.j - . . : , . i ti
uaiuu a uaiionui iiCKei. Ultimo is simply a
consummate coward in this matter, as he
was when he hired a sulMitute, or, still
later, when he begged on his knees for the
Green B. Raum will stump Ohio.-
Professor Green, colored, speaks thrsngh
out Massachusetts. The department
clerks in Washington, hailing from Maine,
returned home to vote. The Ohio Re
publicans want colored speakers to help
them save the state. Governor Hoadley's
civil service speech left a very favorable
impression on the colored voters. Gen
eral Durbin Ward thinks the Democratic
Cain in Ohio is permanent, and that Cleve
land will carry It beyond a doubt. Gen
eral Butler addressed 15,000 people at the
Minneapolis fair yesterday. A number
of Texas Republicans, dissatisfied with the
indorsement of Jones, Independent candi
date for Governor, have decided to bolt
the action of the convention and place a
straight out Republican in the field.
Judge Norton, of Dallas will lead the bolt.
Pingree'a (Rep.) majority for Governor
of Vermont is 21.413, a reduction of 3,509
in the Republican majority. The complex
ion of the House of Representatives is: Re
publican, 193; Democrats, 84; Greenback
ers, 4; Independents 31. The next Senats
will consist of 27 Republicans and 3 Dem
ocrats. The Democratic majority in the
Fort Smith, Ark., district is 1,140. The
California Supreme Court bag rendered a
decision whereby elections of Senators in
twenty odd numbered districts are held
this year. Eighteen of the present incum
bents are Demociats. The Pittsburg
Greenbackerg have decided to . fuse with
the Democrats. Congressman John R.
Thorna9 and Hon. F. E. Albright will hold
a joint political debate in each of the ten
counties of the Twentieth ' Congressional
district at times and places specified.
The Macon county Prohibitionists will
hold a convention at Decatur on the 20th.
The Democratic convention of the sec
ond district, Chicago, nominated Frank
Law'.er. This is the district in which Con
gressman Finerty has accepted an Inde
pendent nomination. Members of the
Democratic state central committees of Illi
nois, Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Mich
igan held a conference in Chicago to ar
range for a more effective campaign work.
The Republican convention for the 6th
Congressional district re-nominated R. R.
nitt at Galena. Hon. John R, Eden ad
dressed a big Democratic meeting at Hills-
boro, and claimed the district (17th) for the
Democrats by 5,000 majority A Demo
cratic meeting numbering 5,000 was held
at White Hall, Greene county, and Hon. J.
M. Rit'g addressed a Democratic meeting
at Carrol Item. A meeting of Independ
ent Republicans was held in Chicago, and
an executive committee appointed for cam
Dutir9 of Parents.
We should so live that when the
summons comes to be a parent it will
find us prepared. Like a thief in the
night, at an hour when we think not,
like a thunderbolt from a clear sky, the
call may come to us. Let the night
lamp, therefore be trimmed and burn
ing, and the alum where you can lay
hold of it at any time. But, above all,
we should make ourselves conversant
with those little parliamentary rules
which must govern the conduct of the
parent in his or her social contact with
the child. A few suggestions upon
what constitutes etiquette, and shows
good breeding in this branch of society,
readily marking and contrasting the
cultivated parent and uistinguianing
him or her from the vulgar, the snide,
the plebeian, the canailles (as we say
in France), the James Crow and the
sans culottes parent, might not be ill-
timed or inopportune.
In wiping a child s nose be extremely
careful to leave the nose. Some pa
rents use so much unnecessary strength
in doing tins that they find when it is
too late that they have wiped the noso
of a pet child into space. Nothing
gives more pain. Nothing can be more
pititul tban trio chad s hrst look ot
sorrow and disappointment when he
starts to wipe his nose and discovers
that it is gone. Pause, fond parent.
while the wipe is in its incipience, and
resolve that you will spare iu nose.
It can be of no use to you, and the loss
of it will bo a constant source of annoy
ance to the child.
Teach vour child the beautv of frank
ness and open candor toward alL Im
press upon him the beauty of being
what you appear to be, and hate de
ception everywhere. If you will fondle
him and dote on him in society and
jerk him bald-headed in the seclusion
of the home circle, ho will readily un-
aerstana wnat vou mean. Children
Boon learn that if you hug their little
gizzards flat while visitors are about.
and then, when the home life is aain
resumed, you throw them down cellar
and wear out a table leg on their
chubby limbs, that life is real, life is
earnest, and the square-toed, open,
frank policy is not generally in use. "
r areata snouia impress upon tneir
children the beauty of self-sacrifice and
self-abnegation, if they know what that
Is: 1 don t. II there should be but
one -piece of pie, give it to "poor sick
Jiapa. It may kill him, and after the
uneral your young life will be one
prolonged hallelujah and rose-tinted
Parents should not be constantly sus
picious ol their children. I his will in
evitably breed hypocrisy and unreliabil
ity. II you foar that your son is play
ing pin-pool, do not break down your
constitution and bring on delirium
tremens, hanging around the pool-
tables watching all niht for him. He
will look upon you with distrust, and
no doubt at last tell you to go and soak
Uo not constantly tell your boy "how
lau no is mat no "irrows like a
weed" and linally make him think
he is a giraft. If you keep it up you
will hnally make a round-shouldered.
awkward, oasiiiui beanpole out or. a
mighty good-looking boy. If every tall
boy lu tins country will agree to lick
every woouen-lieaucd man who tells
him "bow Ua uoes grow, I will agree
to hold the coat of said tall bo v. I am
now dealing with a subject of which I
happen to be informed. The same rulo
applies to girls as well, if you want
to mako your daughter fall over the
piano ana yearn to climb a tree when
ever she sees any body como towards
the house, toll hor "what a great
swallooinir lom-bov she is irettlnir to
be." In this way, if parents act judi
ciously ana in concert, we can noon
have a nation of young men and women
whose manners and carriage, will be
as beautiful aud symmetrical a the
plaster cast of a sore Ujc.Jitll A'v. in
TnimspAT Evening. Sept. 11, 1884.
Although somewhat unusual, neverthe
less a fact, that we are now in September
having warmer weather than we had dur
ing the purely summer months. The
thermometer even averages 95 degrees in
the shade day after day, with little or no
The markets are affected by warmth to
such an extent that there is no movement
in anything worth speaking of.
FLOUR Dull and easy. Stocks far in
excess of demand.
HAT Dull. Bulk of receipts very in
ferior. Common miied and stained, no de
mand. CORN Little demand. The low price
is caused by the near approach of the
movement of the new crop, which will be
OATS The supply is quite large. Sales
MEAL Holds its own.
movement in city delivery.
BUTTER Demand good
creamery, while stock is scaicc
near equal to demand.
EGGS Very few coming in, but suffic
ient tr the warm weather. Fair sales is
CHICKENS Fair demand for choice
young. Old hens are slow but very good
FRUIT Nothing doing.
VEGETABLES The same as fruit
Sales and Quotations.
HoTB. The pnees aere snven are for sales from
Brat hands in round lota. An advance Is
charred for broken lntsin BillDgorders.
JOObhls various grades 3 0C1 "0
1 bbls Patent
115 bb!s family - .t t 4
3 cars choice Timothy small bale.
4 cars gilt edt;e ..-
4 cars strict prime
1 car whit' in bulk
i cire mixed In bulk
4 rats medium In bulk ,
2 cars new Southern Illinois.,
I car new in sacks
i car mixed
So. 2 Red, pr bu....
No 3 do
Mo. 4 do
orders t 6'.J 70
3on bbls Citv on
2Q bbls City
Country . . .
V pounds country....
ssi pounds creamery
pounds fancy eieamery...
Aft dozen. .. ...mm M.M
Ctaoleelbens i y3 no
10 coops erotce young 'i Vm2 SO
coops meat urn young 'i w
Freestone Peaches, per box.
App'es per bush
timpes per pound-
Potatoes, tier bushel..
Tomatoes per box
New fancy yellow nansmond per bu.
Oranftes, nominal 00Q7 00
Lemons... 5 &Xt5 50
Choice per barrel
Cbolce per buibel..
....1 501 75
.. J037 00
Fancy Canvassed Ham.,
B. C- Uanj
. 1 06
Six bushel linrlaui
i bushel " U
Peeehes.balvsaand quarters SX3AH
apples, tirlKni , rmt
Choice navjr 2 5fMl3 00
Cool..... 10 to (11
Mink...., . 10 to 41
Red Fox 1 l
Wild Cat .... 10 to 50
Beaver per pound 50 to 1 W)
Ottr.. , 75 to M
OpASSUM .... mm. t to 18
Ilaar m ..........mmm. I 00 to W
Calf, reen ,
Dry rilot cbolce
Bheep Pelts, dry..
HbMp Pelts, rvesa
it mm s s s
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OFFICE:-No. 78. Ohio
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Seasa than any other physician In
ehy papers show snd all t Id rcsl-
demsknow. Consultation at office or by n.all.
tree and tnviu-d. A rrlendlytklkorniaoplnlon
coats noihiiiK. Whea It la Inconvenient tovHIt
the city for treatUM'iiL tnedlcluea can te at-nt
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aBeftlOBSOl Throat, KklaaaS Boars, Blood
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Bt'BfilCAL CASUS rseelv special atteatloa.
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Indulgences or Exposares,
It Is self-evident that a phyilclan yayltij
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great skill, and pbyalclans In regular practice
all over the country knowing- this freorently
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to, and the proved kooU ramedieK ef aU
axes and countries are uaed, A whole home la
used for office purposes, and all are treaud with,
skill In a respectful manner; and, know.ng
what to do, no experiments are made. On hc
eonnt of the ereat number applvlnr, the
eharyea are kept low. often lower than Is de
manded by others. If you secure the ;kl I tM
iret anpeedy arid perfect life cure, that la the
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Manhood, Womanhood. Physical dei-ay. W no
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Increased. Those married or ronteuiplatiiirf
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Dpccrabcr, 1883, Under tbe
Hucccrsor to Widows and Orphans Muiual Aid So
clety, o-Kanlzvc July 4th, 1M,7, uni'.er
the lawa of 1872.
JOHN 11. HOllINSON President
WM. HTIlA i r N ice I'rtalden
J. A. UOLDSTINK Treasurer
C. w. OU SIMI MuCtcjil Adviser
THOMAS LKWIS Secretar)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR,
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