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Illli JJA1LV OAlltU BULLETIN: FKIDAV MOIiNINU SEPTEMBER 20, 1881.
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IXTASIABLT IN ADVAVC1.
All communications should be addressed to
K. A. BCKNKTT,
Publisher and Proorietor.
We ara authorized to annonnce that Mr. Angus
I. etk is an Independent candidate for Slate's At
torney of Alexander County, In tbe approaching
We are auib.orlr.ed to announce William N. r.nt
ler m tbe liepiiblican candidate for electiwn to the
office oj State' Attorney of Alexander County.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Alexander
II. Irvm as a'i Independent candidate fur re
election to the ofllne of Circuit Clerk, In the
otmtng election tu November.
Wo arc authorized to annonnce the name of
Richard Fitzgerald a a candidate for ree'ectlstn
to the otllce of Coroner at the eneiilnj; November
Tbe election in Ohio will take place on
the 14th of October. Advices from that
state are of the most encouraging charac
ter and indicate that there is a possibility
of the Democrats carrying the stati, while
it is practically nssured that the Republi
can raijority of four years ao will be
much reduced. This hopeful condition of
a ffiira makes it a matter of importance that
Democrats at this injuncture be not be de
luded with regard ta Ohio, nor led to ex
pect more than they have a right to. It
should be borne in mind that Ohio is a Re
publican state, and that at both the Octo
ber and November elections in presidential
years it has always gone Republican. At
the same time it should be borne in mind
that Ohio is not one of those states which
are in the column of states on which the
prospects of Democratic success at Novem
ber are predicted.
It is always well to have confidence and
to be hopeful in order that we may be
courageous, but we must not allow our
selves to expect mora than we are fully
justified in expecting by a careful exiraina
tion of the situation.
Anything under 23,000 msjority in Ohio
will indicate that thd Republicans have
failed to maictain a complete ascendency
in that state, while a Democratic victory
would indicate tlr t there is not a state in
the Union that can be considered as assur
edly R-publicin in November.
THE MONOPOLIST CANDIDATE.
Jay Gould, being interviewed, declares
that he docs not favor a change of admin
istration at this time on account of the in
convenience that it would ciUse "business. '
Mr. Guild is eminently a business man;
therefore he prefers Blaiue to Cleveland.
Mr. G iuld should take the American peo
ple into his confidence and w rite en ad
dress in behalf of Blaine.
Gin. Grant, the retired financier, called
upon Mr. BUine at the Fifth Avenu hotel
and paid his respects. Mr. Grtit'a busi
ness partner, Mr. Ferdinand Ward, who is
a great admirer of Blaine, has not railed
yet, ow'ng to circums'ances over which he
lias no control. He is, to some extent, be
yond the rech of "magnetism" at present.
Mr. Jay Gould supports Mr. Jiy Gould
Blaine because lie is opposed to a
change, and "what the country needs above
all Is rest and quiet." Mr. Jay Gould be
lieves in the saying "L'etat, e'est moi!"
the "country" i, in Mr. Jay Gould's opin
ion. Mr. Jay Gould, his ttionopolies and
moneyed interests. They need above all
"rest and quiet." They d.fVt want to be
interfered with either by law or justice.
"All I ask is to be let alone," says the
cracksman. "Why can't the perlice let a
fellow have rest and quiet?"
THEY DON'T AGREE.
From the New York Herald, Sept. 2?.
Blaine in his Worcester speech quoted
the census, his va le mecuin during the
cimpaign, and congratulated the country
on its "magnificent prosperity" or s-
perity that is shared by the nation at Urge.
He returns again and again to this, ami js
apparently much "taken with the idea.
Butler spoke in New Jersey on the 8 ime
day. He drew a doleful picture of the con
dition of the workingmen. This is deter
iorating everywhere. "Everywhere wages
are lowering; your products so low that
they cannot be sold at a profit. Thousands
and thousands are out of work, and why is
this so? Because of Republican rule."
This is very pretty. But how does the
voter look upon this disagreement between
BUine and his side show? Both cannot be
THEY LOOK AT BLAINE AND
CHEER FOR CLEVELAND.
From the ow York Times, Sept. 21.
How does Mr. Bliin like his reception
in New York? The people of this city are
polite, well behaved and respectful in their
treatment of public men. Mr. Blaine was
Tery cordially received, therefor', when he
appoarc 1 at the Republican headquarters
last night, but no observing m .n could
taod for five minutes in that crowd with
out perceiving that not one in ten of it was
of the BUine persuasion, Too cheers over
the "points" made by the speaker were
faint and small, and when Eugene Hal.?, at
the end of a long and denunciatory sen
tence, spoke the name of Grover Cleveland,
there were at first hero and there a few
hisses, and tl en a swelling cheer that
swent through the crowd aud held the
speaker silent a full minute.
One of tho purposes which Mr. Blaine is
understood to bo anxious to promote while
visiting his managers is the withdrawal of
St. John. His anxiety is quite natural and
fully justified by the indications of St.
John's growing strength just where it is
most daneerous to Mr. Blaine's hopes. But
it is not likely to be relieved. The Prohi
bition candidate made- somo remarks in
Chicago yesterday nbout convincing Mr.
Blaine in November that prohibition is a
national issue, which does not indicate any
disposition to entertain overtures for aban
doning the cause It takes a pretty low es
timate of principles and of men's fidelity
to them to presume that he would receive
with patience any proposition looking that
Eloquent extract from Senator Logan's
speech at the fair fit Davenport, la., Sept.
20th, 189:1, as reported in the Daily Gaz
ette (Repcblican paper, of that city, Sept.
"If any one wishes to discuss the ques
tion whether patriotism exists, let him
place an Englishman in nny part of the
world, in the remotest corner of the globe,
and begin the strains of 'God Stve the
Queen.' and he is ready for anything.
Let au Irishman hear the 'Wear
ing of the Green,' and ho is ready to tight
while there is a drop of whisky around."
People Who Travel.
People who are not used to traveling
sometimes feel hurt tit the gnill' an
swers they receive from station agents.
We will give a few points, which, if
observed, will save many :i cross word
and secret oath. When" you want to
go anywhere and want to know when
your train leaves consult the time table
which is always posted conspicuously
near tho ticket window. Don't ask the
agent if that is the latest table it al
ways Is. After you lind the timo on
tho" card look nt tho clock and see how
long you have to wait. Don't ask the
agent if that clock is right it always is.
Don't ask him if that is railroad time
they are not allowed to have nny other.
Always" state when asking for a ticket,
whether you want it for one way or for
tho round trip. If you expect to re
turn soon it will save you money to
buy a round trip ticket. If you Lave
seen bills advertising excursion rates
on certain days, don't ask the agent to
sell yon an excursion ticket on a day
previous. If you want to learn when
there will be an excursion and how
long it will continue, consult the bills
hanging ail around you. Don't ask the
agent auout it. The bills are put there
for information. If an unusually low
rate is ndvertised don t ask the agent
if that is really true if the company
tidvertisc a low rate they will carry you
if they lose money. If there are half
a dozen trains in tiio depot don't ask
the agent which train you shall take,
but step up to nny uniformed oflieial
outside, tell him w here you wish to go
and he will show you your train. If
you want to make connection with
some other road go to the ticket win
dow and before asking for your ticket
state where you want to go, aud if you
are in a hurry ask the agent for tho
route by which you can make tho clos
est connection, and he will cheerfully
In conclusion, if you want to see
smiling lieket agents don't ask them
for any information you can get from
other sources, and when you do ask
questions state brielly and plainly
what you want, and you will find trav
eling is' more pleasant ilntn you had
supposed. JiifhmoHil Sun-in Ik j h 1 1 r.
Storl's of Oliver Wendell Hoi in eg.
Dr. Holmes does not save his bright
thoughts for print aud the public, but
is often so witty while chatting with
one or two friends as was ever tiro
autocrat or professor of the breakfast
table. A young physician once asked
him for a suitable motto. "Small
favors gratefully received," was the
witty response. He was complainin"
in a coiu;cal way to a lady of the min
ute portion of honey that" was given to
him at a hotel tea. "A mere trille;
tho work of a verv young bee in an
idle half hour." "Did" they rive you no
comb, Doctor?" she laughingly in
quired, "l'osssibly one tooth "mad
am!" Several of the now famous writ
ers and lecturers of Boston were speak
ing of their lecture experiences, "when
tho sulj !ft of pay wits brought up.
Etch man of the company was certain
that he had received the smallest sum.
B it Dr. Holmes made a climax by say-,
ing: "Listen, gentlemen. 1 had en
gaged to give a lecture for After
it was over a grave-looking deacon
came to me and said. Mr. Ilolnicg, wo
agreed to give you if o, but vour'talk
wasn't just what we expected, nnd I
guess that tow-fifty will dew." 'vidh's
Ihe English Court of Appval, London,
England, has granted to The Charles A.
vogeler Conip.my, Baltimore, Maryland, a
perpetual injunction witn costs BL'ainit far
rott &, Co., of that city, for infringement of
the former's celebrated trade-mark, St. Ja-
coos uh. I lie decision enioins and re
strains, perpetually, the said Parrott & Co.,
from using the term "St. Davids Oil," or
any siinilinr term, as well as the words,
1 he Uroat German Remedy. Eminent
English and American legal talent figured
in the case. The counsel for tho Charles
A. ogeler Company, of which latter, Mr
II. I), bmustatter, was personally present
were Queen's Counsel Theodore Aston, as
aisted by John Cutler and Theodore Mac
Kenna oi l,nndon, K.iwlan l Cox of New
York, and Gen. William Henry Brswne ot
W aslungton, I). C. It is the determination
of the latter firm to promptly prosecuted
Bit iniringements upon, their n-'hts. whelh
er at home or abroad, and tliev offer a lib
eral reward for information that will lead
to the conviction or any person or neranna
i .. --
nv way bo unending,
In all larg" i;,,k-v .ivs iho liaUanoro
Sun, there is to bo font) I a moioor
less numerous class of ilisonlei'lv
person", whose nrituriil craving for ex
I'itenient i continually lenipiing lluim
into brawls : nd lights. They may bo
said to bo the undergraduates of tho
criminal col logo, for they nro mostly
young men, from L'O to 2o yfiirs dl nge,
whilo Iho really dangerous profession
al criminals aro usually too wary au 1
cool-headed to draw polico attention to
themselves by figuring in street rows
unless thoro is something more to bo
niado out of them than is ordinary- ihe
case. Whether any cousideraoii' .1111
ber of these reckless but not a. ways
vicious youths shall bo gradually hard
ened until they become, incorrigible of
fenders depends a great deal upon tho
character of tho laws nnd the lirmness
and certainty with which they aro en
forced. If sure nnd severe punishment
is known to await any violation of
their provisions, many a young man
will be saved from taking tho first step
toward ultimato ruin. But if ho hears
his companions bragging of tho im
punity with which they "busted the
head" of one man of "tapped tho
claret'' of another, he is very likely tho
next timo ho happens to have taken a
glass too much to try to emulato so
glorious an example. If he escapes
punishment for his first oll'otiso he will
perhaps bo led into repetition until
before long ho must bo numbered
among those who aro permanently at
war with society. Every addition to
tho number of this dangerous class
means lessened security to persons ami
properly. Every dictate of prudence
demands that every manifestation of a
lawless spirit should be repressed with
decision aud severity. Tho compara
tive freedom of this city in recent years
from acts of unprovoked violet) cx is
doubtless to a considerable cxteottlr.o
to the severe penalties to which tho
law exposes those who are guilty of
making such assaults, especially those
made by night, in the streets anil other
places of public resort. It is under
protection oi tiaruness, nt a timo
when, work being over, their lime is
free, and when perhaps they are in
ilauied by liquor, that young men are
most likely to try to signalizJ their
hardihood bv somo unprovoked attack
upon iuotleusive passers-by. A recent
occurrence of this sort has shown that
the spirit which leads to such offenses
is Dy no means dormant. At tins
time, when the opaing political cam
paign is so likely to stir up excitement
and passion; and to n fiord opportuni
ties lor excessive drinking, it wiil le
well to hold up before all who may feel
disposed to exercise their pugilistic
utilities upon persons who pass them
after dark noon tho suvets, that grati
fying their inclination renders them
liable to a fine of not less than or
imprisonment in a jail for not less tiian
one month, or in tne penitentiary for a
period not less than six months or more
than two vears.
It is the custom of somo of our fish
commissioners to attach metal tags to
liberated salmon, that when captured
again the growth of the fish may be
noted. We once knew an angler "who
was in the habit of putting his mark on
trout; but he did not use a metal tag.
It was a rule with him to retain no
trout that weighed less than one-half
pound. When he landed one of less
weight, he would carefully take it from
the hook, mark it by biting off tho
upper portion of its tail-lin, and throw
it back into the water to grow. Some
times he would catch these fish again
after they had attained the proper sizo
to find a placo in Ids basket; and it
was often a source of pleasure to him
to receive a letter of thanks from some
fellow-angler who had chanced to take
one of the marked big fellows. One
day this biter of trouts' tails was driv
ing nlong some eighteen rnile3 from
home, wlicn he came to a bridge over
stream, and in passing saw a big
trout rise. Iho next day, with bis
tackle, he drove back over these eigh
teen miles and tried for a rise. Ho
found not a sign of trout. Tho next
day he made the journey again, with a
like result. J ho third dav, nothing
daunted, he drove out ' again. Thia
time he pulled out a three pound trout,
The upper half of its tail-fin was gone;
and our frieud has always believed
that it was one of his marked trout
Forest and Stream.
Sunlight in SI allies.
We tried an experiment some years
since to test the absence of sunlight on
a calf. U'e had two deep red calves of
the same age (sixty days), one weigh
ing W) pounds and the other Wi
poinds. The latter wo placed iu a
dan. room, with a trough that could
be filled by a spout through a parti
tion. The other was c uil'ined in the
sa-uc amount of space, but in full light,
nnd both were fed just exactly alike for
the next three months. The object was
to test the effect of light upon such a
growing animal. At tho end of tho
three months the one in the li"ht
weighed 4:') pounds aud the one in the
dark weighed Uo'J pounds and its color
had failed to a verv pale, dirty red. Its
eyes were so much alleo'.ed that when
admitted to the light it kept them
closed most of the time for the first
week or two. The two calves were
kept on together, but tho one from the
dark room never fully recovered from
this three months of darkness. Itnev
or recovered its deep red color, though
tho color improved. Any one who
noted tiieso two calves during this ex
periment would never doubt the im
policy of dark stables. l.iix Stock Jour
nal. Complaint is niado that early mar
riages are incoming common among
the boys and girls in the east end of
London. Bins arid girls of 12 "keen
company," and at 11 or r every lad
u:o has his lasa.e. In a simrle district
a boy of sixteen recently married a girl
of the name age. In a printing office
in ono uistriei inero urn lour married
1 . MM I l . i i
uoys. j no cutest, is only rj nnd re
ceives 13 shillings a week; thy next Is
1M, hits llirett years ot his tioprentice.
ship still to serve.arfd has twoehildren;
the youngest is 10, and has it wlfo and
child to support on 11 shillings a week.
Another boy is known whose ago is be
tween 10 and 17, and tin has two chil
dren. Still another boy of 10 has ono
1 child, i'tilatldphia Jttwnt,
A Man AVho Kutn Mien ami Flies.
J. A. Miller, for somo years a resi
dent of Forest Hill and a somewhat
notorious character in that locality,
swallowed a largo doso of strychnine
with suicidal intent. It was nearly an
hour afier tho deadly drug had been
taken beforo the doctor reached him,
but by a vigorous application of tho
stomach-pump his life was saved. Re
liable meu of Forest Hill say that ho
possesses what might bo termed a
o-alvanizod, elastic stomach. Ho could
eat anything without it nausoating
him, and, as for quantity, it was never
known exactly how much his stomach
would hold. On ouo occasion, it is
said, ho ate eight smalt cans of oysters,
several cans of peaches," besides crack
ers, cheese, and bologna sausago in
proportion, and washed it down with
eight or ten glasses of beer, and then
afterward, when askod to sing a song,
ho wanted to know whether they ex
pected him to sing ou an empty stom
at'ii. It is said, also, that ho would
sometimes catch flies and eat them
down by the handful, just to show
what he could do. At one time ho ato
a mouse head, ears, and hair on a
wager of $1..V. I'lmxr (Oil.) lkrahU
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ladalgefttet or Iiposara.
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particular attention to a clsiaof eae attains
Ureal Hill, and physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing llila. fre'i ienllr
recommend oa,es to theoldeit office Ir A inerf
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Law of 1883.
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ciety, o-ganlzcc: July 4th, JH77, um'er
tho laws of W72.
JOHN H. HOHINSON - .. President
WM. 81 It ATT -N Vice-I'rtBldent
J. A. UULl'STI.NJS ..........Treaeiirur
(J. W. DU.nNIM Medical Advlaer
TUOMAS LB WIS Secretar)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS foh 1st YEAR.
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j. A. boldetlno, fioldtln A Koeenwaler, whole
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