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1HK DAILY tJAIKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKNllSii OCTOBER 1, 1884.
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STATE'S ATTORN hY.
We are authorized to announce that Mr. Angus
Laek Is an Independent candidate for State's At
torney of Alexander County, in the approaching
We are authorized to announce William N. But
ler at the Republican candidate fo- election to the
office nj State's Attorney of Altxaudcr County.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Alexander
II. Itvln an a i Independent candidate for re
election to the ollice of Circuit Clerk, In tne
ciiulng elective in November.
We are authorized to announce the name of
Richard KitGerald as a candidate for reeectln
to tke ollice of Cotouer ut the ensuing November
HON. P. E. ALBHIOIIT NOT A DHBHHTER.
MASLY BTATKMKNT PI10M A HKPUII
The following is from Burton's Free
Pre, in reply to a virulent attack upon
Hon. F.E.Albright, by the Shawnee News,
fn which that paper charged that the Dem
ocratic candidate fur Congress in this dis
trict was a deserter from the Union army
during the civil war:
- "Wo may say here, that in the capncily
; of a Republican editor in southern Illinois
during an almost unbroken term of seven
teen years, it baa leen a portion of our duty
to keen posted as to tho records ot promi
nent 1 men or - men proposing to become
prominent in all tho political parties,
mora Ctpeciay in this section of the state.
Therefore, we do not sap too much wnen
'we elve it to the public that we are well
; raaainted with the history of all Mr, F.
iL '.' . . ' -'-'i'ji actions ''u PWic ca-
pacify. 1 Ina being bo, we pose on to a
short review of tlio Plaitnlenlur'a Rrticlo.
"P. E. Alliright eulisted in Co. F, 109t!i
llliiii'is inltkutry, as a private at tho ago of
tixUen yrnrs. ,Ve hhw hitu at tlio imari of
hia C'linpaoy as sergeant, n tm:ro Imy it
buy in years, in stature, ami with only a
boy's srnso of Ins responsibilities as a s -I
liier. Ia the Adjutant General's report of
Illinois be is marked as a deierter, but ia
the Adjutant G-iueral's report of the Unit
ed btiiti s he is reported as honorably dis
chnri.d from the seiv'ce in July, 18C5, and
we have seen with our own eyes his honor
able discharge from tlm army.
"Now, taking it for granted that Mr. Al
bright, as a lad of seventeen years, actually
deserted this in connection with tho real
fact that ho was honorably discharged
at tho close of W e war, is sufflcieut evi
dence that, all in all, ho played a manly
pait. But did bo desert? When tho order
was issued, mustering one the 100th and
consolidating the men with other regi
ments, every man who was absent from tho
reyiment, with or without leave, was re
ported as a deserter. Mr. Albright wasab
sent with leave, but whs so reported, and
from such report the error crept into the
Adjutant General's report of Illinois. Fur
ther, we state that Albright was tried by
court martial upon the charge of desertion,
but was acquitted. IIo had returned to
the army by his own voluntary act, and
upon a proper representation of tbo facts,
was restored to all Ins rights us a soldier,
Tiiis, too, while'prejudice and indignation
against tho officers and men of his old rcg
iment were worked up to their fullest
height. And now, nfu-r tho lapse of near
ly twenty yours, his honorable discharge
from the United Ktutes army is a source of
greater pride than liis commission to prac
tico law in the courts of Illinois.
"ll'id Albright, as a bey actually desert
ed, and afterwards regretted his crime and
made the only possible reparation by a vol
untary return to the army, was not his of
fense condoned? If not, why are the hun
dreds and hundreds of men of tho old
109th and 128th regiments placed upon
the pension rolls? And, inny we not in
quire, were not'scores, if not hundreds, of
these men assisted in being placed upon
tlio pension roll by Mr. Thomas himself?
3,"Our neighbor of the Pluindealer is
wrong and has wronged Mr. Albright. lie
should be willing, with tho light we have
bi en able to throw on this subject, to undo,
as far as possible, that wrong by placing
before his readers tho plain statement of
facts wo have given the people regarding
Mr. Albright's army record.
"We have not written this article with a
viow to assist the Democratic candidate in
getling votes. Should tweuty thousand
copies of this paper be placed in the hands
of the voters of the district, they would not
take one vote from Mr. Thomas nor gain
one for Mr. Albright. We have written be
causo Mr. Albright is a citizen of our coun
tyhas been for the past twelve years, dur
ing which time we hav had pleasant re
lations with hint, and we desire to do him
an act of simple justice. In his race for
congress we will smother him under an
avalanche of votes. Mr. Thomas will come
out of tho contest with a majority of two
thousand. There is no need to use calumny
in this campaign. The result is a foregone
conclusion. And we will further say that
it is a free-will offering, unsolicited by Mr.
Albright or any of his friends."
Ortls were never an epieurian feast,
but Southey once had un owl roa.stod
for dinner, for himself and Mr. and
Mrs. Wordsworth; 1 give tho sequel in
his own words:
"Wo agreed there could bo no pre
text for making owls game and killing
them ns delicacies; but if ever you eat
one, by all means try it boiled, with
An omelet made of owl'? eggs is
said to bo a cure for drunkenness.
At ono time tho workmen on tho
Washington Monument were a good
deal annoyed to find that a plumbnlino
that reached from the top to tho bot
tom of the shaft was frequently med
dled with. At last it was found that
iwi owl had taken up its abode ina part
of the shaft that :;ll'oiied a shelter, and
in passing in and out it had disturbed
An owl was once beguiled into a
Georgia conference Meeting, intent on
securing a rat that had run intA tho
room to escape from so persistent an
enemy. Dazed by iho light he sailed
around a few times and alighted upo.i
tho bnld head of an old man directly in
front of the speaker. It is hardly nec
essary to say what was the next movo;
but tho presence of tho owl may havo
calicd to the preacher's mind the pres
ence of Isaiah, who, when ho foretold
tho desolation of, Babylon, declarod
that the house should bo full of doleful
creatures, nud that owls should dwoll
An owl onco seriously disturbed tho
mourners at a funeral at Bcechwood,
Untario. uh tender caro they had
placed tho remains in a tomb, and
wero turning away sorrowing, when
they heard a moan thatseemod to come
from tho colhn. Hurriodlv thev broke
the caskot open, only to lind all quiet
wiuiin, una men u was discovered
mm me noise mey nad hcurU eamo
irom owls at tho far end of tho vault.
Uoilslcy thought it worth Jiis while
to write an ode on tho death of an
owl. ttnd Broomfiuld made tlio bird tho
subject of his muse. Many persons
bolievo that an owl wiil keen his eves
so intently lixud on a person walking
around him as to wring his own nock
un, arm it was not until somofiuick-
i-uu ooieiver dlseovcrod that whon
ui owi nad turned hU head half round,
no wnicKOdHbaelt through tho whole
cirmo wi in mo rapi.lity of lightning
nmwacou again tlio person who was
experimenting on hlni. Providence
Foo Chow, tho sciino of the oponlnjr
I :.oM ilitiex uuween i ranee and China,
is eared w
iim unlives iioueiiiu, or
Ci v. It lies In htitmlo 2(1 do-
. ,t iii 'iiit.'-i noi'lli, titnl longitude
lie ivrs -'U iiiiiiules t asl, on tiio
ii"t::( r;i -uiio ol i:ie .Min, unrty-ioiir
mVi';! fro n its mouth ;;tid uiiio from
IV'o '-i KVi !. li.i! fit' is situated in
a ol.::::, -ii: rouri li'd by hills, forniin"
.1)1 l:i"! lllM-'llillConl HIlililil-
theater i f va
I ii n.u tis.i n wlioso for-
, : r . . . I
tililv ( niuli'.i's : tid ad Is to iis Lea my
St;! uj bi exti ii I from tho wails ihieo
ni;!'w. to th'i banks and slre-lcli along
on both r',!iv; of t ii stream, 'J'hoy mo
cov.neete 1 with c.u h other, and a small
i.sM in tin' rivT. by a stone bridge
built in tho eleventh eei.tury. 1 lie
no'Miery is I old. and ,-ueh pails of the
surroiindiii:' bills as :.iv not eullivatud
r used for j.rnves are covered with
I i:ies. Soino of the hilL north of tho
t ity are U.OW feet high. Opposito Foo
Cl ow tho laud is lower, :.n I the suburb
is built upon an island formerly tho
division of tho main channel, seven
miles above tho city. Tho branches
reunite at l'agoda Island. This island
and tho plain on each sido form a large
basin, twenty miles long by lifteen
wide. Tlio river is crowded with float
ing habitations, ferry-boats and trading
craft, rendenug its surface an animated
and noisy scene. Tho llowors grown
in pots in tho boats and those usually
worn by tho boat women in thoir hair
all assist in imparting a pleasing aspect
to tho livoly sight.
A CHAimiNG HiOSPKCT.
Tho walls are about thirty feot high
and twelve wide at the lop. Tho gates,
Kovnn in number, aro overlooked by
hi"h towers; smaller guard-houses
Htand upon tho walls at short intervals,
in which a few soldiers lodgo, and
whero two or thrco cannon indicato
their object. The city is dividod into
wards and neighborhoods, each of
which is under its own police and head
men, who aro respom-riblo for tho peaco
in their respectivo districts. From the
Wa-shiu-slian, an cmiuenco on tho
north sido of tho city, tho view is cx-
teusivo, and presonts a great diversity
of charming objects. The square battle
ments of tho wall aro seen extending
in a devious an.i irregular circuit lor
more than eight miles, and inclosing
most of tho buildings, excopt on tho
south. On tho southeast a hill rises
abruptly more than 200 feet, its ridge
built up with interspersed dwellings,
and another on the extremo north of
the city, surmounting a watch-tower,
closes tho prospect in that direction.
Two pagodas wilhin, and fantastic
looking watch-towcr3 upon the walls,
large, regular built granaries, and a
vast number of llagstaits in pairs, in
dicating temolos and ollices, and con
tribute to relievo tho otherwise dull
monotony, which is still further divers
ified by many large trees. Seteral
lookout houses are placed on the streets
or upon buildings lor tlio accommo
dation of watchmen, one of which im
mediately attracts the attention of tho
visitor from its height and its clock
dial with llomau letters. Few vacant
spaces occur within tho walls of the
city, which is everywhere equally well
THE SOL'NDS OK A BL'SV LIFE.
Serpentine canals divide tho country
round about into plats of greater or
less extent, of every form and line,
while they help to drain the city and
provide channels for boats coining from
tho river. These parts of thelaudscapo
are doited with hamlets and cottages
and where the ground is higher, with
graves and tombstones. To one seated
on tins eminence, says Dr. .S. tV.
Williams, in "The Middle Kingdom,"
tho contused hum of miiiglinir cries
ascending from tho town below tho
beating of gongs, crackling of (re
works, reports of guns, vociferous cries
of hucksters and coolies, combining
with the barking of dors and ovlier
domestic sounds, as well as thoso from
tho crows, tish-hawks and manics
nearer by inform him in the liveliest
manner that the beautmil nonorama
ho is looking down upon is filled with
teeming multitudes in all tlio tide of
life. On the western side of tho citv
is a sheet of water called Si llu, or
West Lake, with a series of tmpreteud-
mg uumuugs unu lempics lying aionc
its margin, a bridgo cros.s'ing"its e
panso and fishing nets and boats float
ing upon its bosom. The walchtower
on tho hill in the northern part of tho
city is upon the wall, which runs near
a precipice 200 feet high; it is a most
conspicuous object when approaching
The Women of Constantinople.
If I were to havo my choice of tho
whole invoice I should take an Ahva.
sinian brunette. They aro divinely tall
aim Biunuui, nuu utiles as llio fieo Of
spades. Their festures arc clearly cut
and regTiar, the eyes liquid, and the
lips red and fulL Tho hair is black
.ving, but somewhat coarse in
fiber. They dress in pure white, and
tho black face and rod lips against tho
white setting of tho burnouso-ive An
effect that is as enchautiug as a pic
ture. The only fault theyBiavo about
them is their limbs. Now, if any lady's
Hums ma Hium wan propriety In
litcraturo it is tho legs of a Turkish
lady. Turkish modesty never ",oes far
ther than tho knees. Both tholrousers
andrtho fcrodj stop at that point, and
witu mo minority of women tho limbs
and feet go bare. But, the Abyssinian
women seem to prefer goiug barefoot,
and thus betray tho ono peculiarity
that stamps them as daughters of Ham,
Their ankles aro about as big round as
a rolling pin, and It is anklo all tho
way up to tup knees. The bv U t
exactly in tho middloof the foot, which
is very low and flat. This African
trade-mark is, as 1 havo said before.
somewhat of a blomish and tends to
lower tho quotations for them with
somo people. I'oniyn hdkr.
In Troy, N. Y., about 3.U00.00O dozen
collars and cull's aro annually maim-
facturod. The sales reach H'.'OO.OOT)
annually: tho wages paid I2.184.UOO.
The number of employes In the facto
ries Is outside, ,i)i). Tho an
nual sales fn the shirt business reach
$1,(84,320; the manufacture in dozens.
280, 720; til wages paid, $7u 1.80U, and
the number of einp.oyes 4,i.)U Girls
working on shin average 7 or $8 per
Pmil in Hr tlomo-Nest,
Mine, l'atli's castm, Cralg-a-Nos, is
porulu'd high up on a cleft mountain
picture, qmdy wooded. It is nearly at
tho top of this mountain aud built af
ter the common fashion of Welsh cas
tles, with low bastions and what is call
ed a curtain bctwmi that ,'s, n
straight lino of wall j dning two semi
circular towers. Tho walls, which aro
of greyish-green slate, so plentiful
lioro, are topped with battlements and
covered hero aud there with ivy, while
tho windows are oiihur iirelnul or ga
bled. Spreading away in front aro the
gardens and lawns, all terraced boeauso
of tho precipitous character of tiio
ground, and so gradually coming down
to the little valley which lies below.
Through this valley runs a lovely river
with nn unpronoiinciblo name, spanned
by numerous pretty bridges and well
stocked with lish. Tho valley opens
into tho great Swansea valley, while
tho whole country around is very
mountainous, and abounds with game.
The castle contains twenty-two
rooms, none of thorn very lariro, but all
warm and cos', as they should bo in
such a climate, l'atti's own is hung
with bluo silk, all tho upholstery being
to match, while attached to it is a little
dressing room that is complete enough
in its appointments for a Princess. Tho-drawing-room
is charming, and ho
must be a dull person who cannot find
something to interest him there. It
contains two grand pianos, albums,
statuettes, pictures and oU'eringi from
admirers, chief among tho latter being
a beautiful inlaid cabinet, containing
gold and sliver coronets, witi which
almost every nation in the world has
crowned tho diva "Queen of Song."
The morning room is also a little beau
ty, but chiefly attractive because it
contains a portrait of the poor into
Duke of Albany, with his autograph
and a modest, manly letter, begging
Patli to accept his picture in return
for one she had sent him. In tho bill
iard room is an immense orchestrion,
which is the chief source of amusement
every day after dinner. Keynote.
. s -
The monument placed on the snot
where Goiiem! Custer's command wa s
massacred, near Iho Big llofu rive ia
Montana, is reported to bo rapidly du-
iulerratiug under the influences of tho
weather. Some lime sineo a high iron
railing was put up to protect tho
meii.o.ial from injury :it the l.:iiids id
relic hunters, to whytn roihin r is Su
cre. I. La; the t.c'.ioii of t '. s ,n. win I
and '."in l rov -s evn m'.v ds-iruc i vo
than were li e oh!piVir,, "f tin' vandals.
A letter from (J rmauy notes liiat
nei rly oO'.n.o) ), i cros oi land in that
part of tloi world have recently boon
diverted to the culture of beet root.
Tiie refine, after tho extraction of
sugar, forms a line food for livo stock,
and tends to make tbo people there less
dependent upon America for meat than
they used to be, but the contrary is tho
case with regard to cereal food.
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I have had Psoriasis for nine months. Abont
five months ago I applied to s doctor neir Huston,
who helped me. hut unfortunately I had to leave,
nt continued taking his medicine for nearly
three months, but the disease did not leave. I
saw Mr. Carpenter's letter In lint Philadelphia
Kecord, and his case perfectly described mine. I
tried the L'utlcnra Remedies, liming two Dottles
Kesolvent. and Cuticura and C'nlicura Soap in
proportion, and call myself c mpletely enred.
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' Waterford.N. J.
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Yonr Cuticnra has done a wonderful cure for
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twenty years. I shall always apeak well of Cuti
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r tiA-Mi u. aw Ais, oroggiet.
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Having nsed vour Cuticnra Remedies for eighteen
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eyes discharge excessive
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Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. slave. Capacity gals. Price.
G x Jl U50 $2-1.00
0 x i) 1630". 2D.00
7 x ii ' 2000 32.00
7 x i) 2250 30.00
7 x 10 25(10 '10.00
Thene tank an- made of CLKAH CYPKI SS, 1'$
liii lii'S llili securely liooued aud are WATtll
TlliliT. They are
ShipjHHl wholpjirnlarowpll brriood
to pruvrnt their being racked or broken in hand
ling. Ktiinalea furnished for
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V. UICJGS fc UUOh.,
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.ML1 I Is a type r,f
LY'SX I Peculiar
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teai-ducts aud throat,
ail-cting the lungs.
A n acrid mucus I s
la accouipHnled with a
painful burning ena
tion. The'e sre sev
ere spasms of sneex
ing. frequent attacks
of Minding huailacbe,
a watery and iullamed
state of the eyes.
Kly's Cream Balm Is a
remedy founded on a
correct diagnosis of this disease and can be de
pended upon. 5'Jc. at drgglets; tile, by mall.
Sample bottle by mail 10c.
ELY RKOTI1KK9. Dra gists, Oweo,N.Y
las. R. SMITH.
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Grand Central Store.
THO. - ILL,
H ALU DAY BKOTHKiO
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAI
Egyptian Flouring )$
Hiehr Cash Prf" Fniil lot Win at.
The Rejfiilar Cairo Paducah Daily
IIBSRY K. TAYLOR, Master.
UliOROlt JOUEb, Clerk.
leaves Pvlucah fordlro dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at I p.m. Rctorc
ug, loavua Cairo at 4 p.m.: Mound Citv at 5 p.m
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAIiKSON, Agent. ,
Ntixt Alexundtr Co. Hank, Hth St
(jr-Qood Stock and Prices Reasonable. wtFt
CUE TKKSldear opens Heptcmber 10. A Mllll
tary Coll' ge with Unlvemity powers. Departments
In t ivli Engineering, Chem'slry, Ciasrics and Kn
Rllsh. Circulars or i apt. W. P. Halllday and N.B.
Thlsilewood and of Mosrs P. W. Barclay, Cbas.
tialllghcr and K. II. Cunnittghiim, 01 this city, or
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