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oua humors that develops in Kidney aad Uri
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restoring' the normal power to throw off disease.
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Iiivixible Architecture in a Sew
"Yes," i-lie said, "out children arc marled and
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much as we t'.id bifore the little omic .me to widen
tie circle. Life la s niching like a spiral stair
case: we are allilie time coming around over the
spot Vfe started fr. ui, only one degree furthur up
. "This is a i rutty illustration,'' remarked her
Iriend, musingly, gazing into the glowing coals
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windowed otove. '-You know we cannot stop toll-
liit! up the hill, Ihouyb."
"Surely we cannot, and fur myaill I dou't find
fault with that necessity provided the advance In
lif : Is not attended with calamity or su tiering, for I
bave had my share nf that. Not long since rov
health utterly broke down. My system was full ol
inaiara. My digestion became thorough disorder
ed anil my nerves were In a wretched state. I was
lunenid. ate little and that without enjoying it, and
bad no strength or amtiitiou to perform even inv
llsibt household dut cs. Medical treatment failed
to reach the tvat of the trouble. The daease
which seemed to be weakness of all the vital organs
- : rogrcssed until I had several attack which mi
I hysiclat proiiomred to be scute congestion of
me stuuiarn. Hie last or these was a desperate
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just such Cases as mine. I took it and fell Its good
etf ct at once. It appeared to nn-vade my body.as
though the blessing of new life had ciine to m
TakiLg i o otbe raedi inn I continued to Improve,
and am now in better heal'h than I have been lor a
Extract from tcrvtew wlih l lie wife or Rev. I'
l'er.y, Pastor ol llnpliat Church, Coldhrook, Masa.
aT if ja 1 j Crick, Sprains, Wrenches. Kheu.
U fl r 1 I matluu, JVPuralgia, Hchitiei
I Pleurisy l'aliu, Hutch In the
Bide, Usrkacliu, Swullen Joints,
Heart Discaso, Bore Muscles.
Pain In the Chest, and all pains and aches either local ur
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STATE'8 ATTORN KV.
We sre authorized to announce that Mr. A nuns
Leek Is an Independent candidate for State's At
torney of Alexander County, in the approaching
We are authorized to announce William M.But
ler a the Republican candidate for electian to the
omce oj state Attorney of Alexander County.
We ire authorized to announce Mr. Alexander
B. Irvln as an Independent candidate fur re
election to the office of Circuit Clerk, in the
et mlntc election In November.
We are authorized to annonnce the name of
Richard Fitzgerald as a candidate for re e'ectien
to the office of Coroner at the ensilne November
CHAIRMAN OBERLY ON THE SITUA-
II M STATEMENTS ABOCT THE CAMPAIGN IN
THIS STATE WUAT HE HAS TO BAY
Chicago Herald : Chairman Oberly was
trying hard to keep cool at the Democratic
headquarters yesterday, but the extreme
heat, in addition to the numerous callers
for campaign literature, made comfort an
Impossibility. The Herald reporter nn en
tering presented Mr. Oberly with a copy of
the dispatch in which Editor Medill, of the
Tribune, makes an earnest appeal for mon
ey to the Republican national commitee in
order to save Illinois from the Democrats.
"Is what Mr. Medill states true?" asked
"That part of the eminent free trader's
eloquent lamentation which concedes Illi
nois to the Democrats is true; but the fact
is, as stated by Mr. Medill, if the election
were to take place to-day the Democrats
would carry Illinois by a considerable
plurality. As Medill stated, 'the only hope
the Republicans have is the votes they can
gain between now and November.' "
"Can they gain enough to save their
"I think not. In Southern Illinois they
are colonizing negroes from Missouri and
Kentucky, and in this way they will gain
several thousand ballots, but it Ib a fact
the Republicans do not seem to be aware
that there is much dissatisfaction among
the negroes, and that the Democrats will
receive the support of a large number of
colored voters. The Democrats will reeeive
more honest colored voters than the Re
publican can colonize in the river countries''
"And the German vote?"
"Well, that will be with us this time.
From advice received at these headquarters
at lpat Q.ri ner ronf nf tho ftprman TipnnVi.
licans of the state will be cast for the
. whole Democratic ticket, not because the
Oermans love the Democratic cause the
more, but because Republican fanaticism
has at least made them comprehend the
purposes of the men who manage the Re-
puDiiean organization, lue uerman is
honest, and he cannot, therefore, endure
the looseness if not the dishonesty of Blaine
while he is compelled to admire the sturdy
honesty of Cleveland."
"I observe that Mr. Medill reports that
you have received an immense amount of
money irom brewers, distillers aad gam
"Mr. Medill does not tell the truth. lie
does tell a lie. Not one cent has been re
ceived by this committee from any distill
er, or brewer, or gambler. The fact is this
The committee has very little money. The
candidates for presidential electors act as
if they owed nothing to the party. Not
one of them has given a cent or made
speech. Not one of them has, so far as
am informed, taken any interest whatever
in the camaign. The members of the
state ticket are helping themselves a little,
but it appears to be their belief that thi
committee ought to pay its own expenses
and manage to accumulate a surplus for
party purposes when a duty shall call them
to permit the Democrats to vote for their
:lection to tho offices lhey are now seek
ing and will be elected to in November
next. We have accumulated a little mon
ey by subscription made by a few individu
al Democrats outside of Chicago, and
lew maae in me rourtn and First con
gressional districts of Cook county. The
electors will not help us; the state ticket
will not help us; tho national committee
will not help us. They and other Demo
crats appear to believe that this commit
tee is a self-helping body, while the Repub'
licans are pouring money into the pockets
of their committee. But the fact is the
people are running the campaign them
Belves. Thousands of Germans are comine
to us, and Joe Medill cannot use money
enough to keep them back. Thousands of
Danes, Swedes and Norwegians are com
Ing to us."
"Bat how about the Ir'sh and working
men who are leaving ycu?"
"No intellitrent Irishman who is honest
iU kave t,,e Democratic party cow, and
the TePrt th&t tl,By ftre levlni? 8-
noou. aii inrougu the statu they
standing firm. And tho workingmco?
How can they go to the purty of Vander
bilt and Gould? How can they go to the
Republicans in Illinois? In tbia state the
workingmen's committee was driven unsat
isfied from the Republican state conven
tion, because that commitree demanded the
abolition of the contract convict labor sys
tem, and because John Bunn, chairman ol
the Republican state committee, and. Sen
ator Cullom'a brother and other high Re
publican are growing rich on convict labor
contracts; because, unlike the Democratic
governor of Ohio, who listens to the pro
tests of the striken, the Republican gover
nors of this state have been in the babit of
suppressing strikers by using the militt.
Look at the difference. The miners in
Blaine's mines in Ohio strike. The Blaine
miners call on Qov. Hoadly for the militia.
IToadly goes down to the mines, talks to
the strikers, quiets them with kind words
and stays the shedding of blood. In St.
Clair county, Illinois, miners strike. The
militia la called for. At once Gov. Hamil
ton orders out the companies. They fire
upon the strikers, blood is shed, lives lost;
all the oppressors of labor rub their hands
and say: This is a strong government.
Great is the Republican party.' Now, is it
possible that the workingraen of Illinois
will vote for the party of truck Btore order
advocacy? For the party that took pos
session of Braidwood and put that place
under martial law because some of its citi
zens were peaceable strikers? Fur the par
ty of convict labor contractors? For the
party that kicked their labor representa
tives out of the late Republican state con
vention? For the party whose governor
lately ordered militia to suppress striking
miners and shot down and killed men
guilty of nothing but the virtue of the
courage which will demand its rights even
from the heartless capital backed by the
servile bayonets and the eager bullets of
corporations owned by public officers?
No, sir. The workingmen will not desert
their friends to keep in power their Repub
COME DOWN OR RESIGN.
. Government officials connected with the
geological survey have received the follovr
Headquarters Finakck Committee, )
1421 New York Avenue,
Washington, D. C.,' Aug. 20, 1884. )
Dear Sir: As we have not had the
pleasure of hearing from you, we are oblig
edto infer that your interest in the grand
old Republican party is not such as is be
coming to a beneficiary of this government,
and a further silence on your part will be
understood ss equivalent to an expressed
wuh to resign your clerkship on or before
March 4 next. Hoping for a satisfactory ex
planation, I am, for the committee,
Green B. Raum.
The gentleman who received the above,
and who forwarded it to the New York
Post, is a strong Republican, and writes
that up to the time of receiving this he
had intended forwarding a voluntary con
tribution of $100 tor Republican campaign
funds, but this shuts me up. I never yet
did any thing under threats."
The Good Templars of Illinois held the
31st convention of the order at Bloomington
some days ago, and one of the important
actions taken was the adoption of the re
port of the committeo on political action,
in which the following para"raDhs occur:
"We would at the same time impress on
the mind of the Good Templais of Illinois
that the end and aim of Good Templarism,
in addition to inculcating the virture of
total abstinence, from its first organization
has been and is now such education, agita
tion aud legislation as will entirely outlive
tne uamc and place the dram-seller on a
level with criminals. Such bein- the ob
ject of our order its rnembeta should be
educated as tar as possible to withhold
their ballots from any candidate or anv
party that is not in favor of the home and
against the dram-shop. -
" ith pride and satisfaction we remind
Good Templars' that the prohibition party,
wincti is to uy tnecnamrjion of home and
the people, of a better civilization, a nobler
manhood and womanhood, is simply the
outgrowtn oi our non-partisan educational
system, and while we should not attempt
to dictate to members of the order concern
ing their party affiliations, we reiterate the
recommendation of the right worthy grand
lodge and the grand lode of this state by
advising all Good Templars to give prohi
brtion party their hearty support, and we
see no objection to the holding of public
meetings under the auspices of the lodge
for the purpose of discussing the question
of prohibition in all its phases from a plat
form. We wonld also urge Good Templara
wnue iney engage in a free, fearless discus
sion, to cultivate a liberal a liberal, kindly
charitable spirit with their brethren, who
cannot see their way clear to irdependent
political action at tins time."
The civil service reform association
deems i. necessary to issue a circular to
correct the impression flint it ij laboring
directly for the election of Mr. Cleveland
The officers say their constitution prevents
this, and yet the impression is the rrot
natural In the world. Mr. Cleveland bo
clearly represents a radical reform of the
civil service that to urge that reform in any
war. by arirument or anneal, ia to lead
converts directly to the polls with a Cleve
land ballot In their hands. Tho election of
Blaine would be the defeat of all the civil
service reform associotion has labored fo
since its organization.
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The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
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fuct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
The 12ih Consecutive, Annual Inter
State Exposition will be held in Chicago
SeptcmDtr 3 to October 18 inclusive. Ex
cept, potiibly, the old American Institute,
the Ch.'ago Industrial Exposition is, we
believe, : he only organization of its class
which I r a long series of years baa held its
attibit. ns without intermission, or which
his be. a uuiformally successful in the high
e larachr ot its display or in financial re
Silts. Having only 1173,000 from eub-C-iptions
to its capital stock in 1873, it has
p lid its current expenses, made all neces
sary repairs nd expended over six hundred
thousand dollars on construction and per
sonal property accounts, and is entirely eut
of debt to-day. The average annual attend
ance of visitors paying admission is about
400,000, or 10,000 par day for 40 days. No
similar organization in America can show
any such record of well deserved success.
Like the city of Chicago and the North
west its progress has been without para'lel.
For the current year, we are informed,
the application for spaces have been even
more numerous and urgent than ever be
fore. The mammoth building is full to
overflowing with novelhan interesting ex
hibits in all departments. No pains nor
expense have been spared hy the manage
ment to render the exhibition attractive
and usefully educational.
All transportation lines in tho northwest
will give their lowest excursion rates to vis
itors. Admission to building, adults 25
cents, children 15 cents. Tho exhibition
will be open every day except Sunday from
8 a. m. to 10 p. ni.
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JCZEMA, or Salt Rheum, with lis agonizing
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not able to wiik except or. hands and knees lor one
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( has. Houghton, Km,., lawyer, iS State St , Boa
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vation for ten ears, which covered the patient's
bodv and limbs, and to which all known methods
of treatment had been applied without benefit,
wh'ch was completely snred bv I i'Ththa It ehs
uis, leaving a c eau and healthy skin.
f II. Drake, K l . . Det-oit. Mich. .suff. red uniol I
orlurea from Sa.t Kheum, hich appeared on his
hands tead and face, and nearly destroyed his
eyes. Alter the most careful doctoring and a con
sultation of physicians failed to relieve him, he
used the Ci'TiixiiA KtmiuiEs, and was cared, and
hat retained so to dale.
Mr. .lohn Theil, Wlikeabarre, Pa., write, :-I
have suHered from nalt Kheum for over eight years,
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