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iilk DAlLV UA1UU ' liULLKTIN. FRIDAY MOliMNiJ OCTOBER 3, 1884.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumtisao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
fcurv Ttironl. Nwrllwu;". Mprntim, Uruliin,
Hum. 'tilil. i"rl Hit.,
isn ad, oiiiiu imiiu.v I'ti si ami aiiiks.
tkiti L) lrui;Ki3t ai.'l ..-li I. evt-rv.l.f ii irtjr Ci-Lls a boltl.
lliid!"fii in II l-llu'iimr.'..
TIIKt IIAIil.FXA. VIHiM.l ltl'O. . .
luA-VuuU.Ulu A.loaiurfs Ad !..
Pick rtennVho an! relieve nil tlio trouliloii Incl
dent ton bilious state of the system, ncioh a Diz
fincss, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress aftcri atinp,
I'n n in iheSid', Ac, While, their moat remark
able succm has bu n pbon n in curing
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
thiaannoyingcomplaint, xvhilo tbey nlso correct
all disorders cf tho etomnch, stimulate tho liver
and rvfuiute the howcls. Even if they only cured
Ache they irnnld be almost priceless to trios who
tuil'.. r tr m tbie disponing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness dora not cud hew, and those
vhoonrotry thorn w ill find theso little pills valu.
able in o man v ways that tiny will not be willing
la do without iiiua. Hut after all sick had
I t riebnno cf Co many live that here i whew we
nittko our prcut boauU Our pills euro it while
others do not. ,
Carter's Littlo liver rills r.re very Pmnll and
TTyta'y to take. One or two pills make a dose,
'i'bey ore f trielly vegetable ami do not gripe or
jmr;re, but by their pcntlo anion please all who
UHCthem, inviiilniitUjccnt; five rorl. Bold
by druggists everywhere or cut by mail.
CARTER MEMCIXE CO . New York
If you feel dull, drowsy,
have frcqu cnt head a c h.e,
mouth tastes had, poor appe
tite, tongue coated, you are
troubled with torpid liver or
" biliousness." Why will you
suffer, when a few bottles of
Hops and tizlt Dittcrs will
cure you ? Do not be per
.suaded to try something eh :
said to be hist as rood. For
txl' j;i;,'r tjii so nxonir
. . . ,
III Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
PYES I.AIIOU. TIMK f.nd St)',!' AMA7.
IN.t.V, Hil t .W;9 UIli(Thil klti.t'UtiuU. h'C
tuuuly, rich or pour, tlioiltti without it.
Hold bv all Grasori. UEWAItr ..f i';i!tnUor.i
veil ilttt.-.K-l vi mtoii't. I't.AHI.IMO is tilt
OVI.V HAM-: laiici' euvili:! ciiihiU!u1, uad
V.'fti'8 otam tho iibove syuiiK.L aim uiuuo ot
o coiK-iMilrutt"! Iluilaii w
lrc. Diihhi u n,,.
face will pem-tralc lo llio
verv Ihii,:.hmi alncl In.
msii i KLLitvit I ain.
cas its : cc:c i
Eore Throat, Pains
in Llmbi. Stom
ach or Bowels,
fir In hiiy iarl i Sv.tom.
Vi in Mn v,,n. , uillimo
ln ilisrnioi Uv tkln lb
M Li n in (i.ii.laiit HUB
! J'ln K Hnii umj oibi-rf
lui i i i nil c vm
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Tnlntlewouil and t.t lri 1. W. Iljrday. Chan
(ialllfherom! JMI. (.'annimthum, ol tbi city, or
oi (.01,. riiiio. JiYATr. rriuooi.
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I);(; UACKKCL 'TFICIAL DELINCJUKNCIKB AT
WASHINGTON. I'KNMd.N COMMISSIONER
DUDLEY AS A REFORMER. A KliA.MELESS
ADMINISTRATION. IILAINE'8 CIllCL'S, ETC.
Kpccial Corruapuiiil'.'nce to Tho liul'eiin.
Wasiiiniiton, Sept. 2'J, 1884.
TliiTO may bo a belief that thu pulilic
service t Wailiin"toti is liein cunied tin
with some (U-yree o laithfuliifts. The of
ficials in couirol of tho vrtrious dupart
merits ivre assuuieJ by tlie public to bo at
their posts, ilischaijrin tho obligations
which rest upon them ami for which they
are well paid, But the dolinquoncies which
really exist in this respect is something un
paralleled in the history of the civil service
of this country.
In the lirst place thu President is'abscnt,
aud has been for weeks. Finding himself
left nut in ttie cold he throws aside all re
sponsibility' and 'practically abandons all
administration of affaire. His Cabinet also
eem to be struck with the idea that this
is the time for disappearing. The wily
Chandler, the crafty Frelinghuysen, the
gorgcoiw Brewster, and the silent because
he don't know what to say Lincoln, have
been gone so long that they ore almost for
gotten. , To name the absentees of lesser
rank would be a heavy daain on the official
blue book. Those who are here are the
exception; those abscut, the rule. Most of
them are in the field electioneering for the
Knight of the White Feather, und not a
few are drawing pay from the government
and at the same time are being paid for
their speeches Ly the Repuclicau campaign
club. Notably is this the caso with Gen
eral Dudley, Commissioner of Pensions,
whose resignation docs not take effect for a
month, and who is drawing a salary, of
13,000 per annum, making speeches at ifoO
a day. This for the gentlemen who poses
as the great friend of the soldier, is a p lur
ing example of official delinquency. Not
so fortunate iu Mr. French, fhe first Assis
tant Secretary of the Treasury. He disap
peared in April, and passed the warm
months travelling in Europe, paying his cx
pjnsv's, it is needless to sty, out of tin un
earned salary. Rut while ho was gone he
was forgotten, and when ho returned to find
SucieUry Toiger lying dead, he also found
that he had b,!en supplanted in official fa
vor by others, and though immediately in
line of promotion himself, his name was
not even mentioned for the Secrelaryship.
Not to grow wearisome on tho subject of
the unblushing delinquencies of the offic
ials in the department, I challenge com
parison with any other period, for the utter
disregard of honesty, decency and responsi
bility which now prevails in Washington.
The bank president and cashier delinquen
cies of the tim 'S are only mora noticeable
because affecting private interests, but as
far as criminality is concerned, nre no
The Republicans have about abandoned
all hope of doing anything in the south.
They did intend to make an effort to cap
ture North Carolina and Fl -ridn, but the
repor's from thoFC states give them no en-
ciuragement. It is now clear that thev
must carry New York stute to be victorious.
To do this they must overcome a united
Democratic party with an alliance of liber
als; n combination which elected Urover
Ckv'jland governor, by over 100,000 ma
jority. To overcome this lead is impossible.
The Democrats will elect their ticket.
The Rhine tuunagarie is on the road,
and B truutn's greatest show on earth pales
into in'ignilkance. Rut will it pay Blaine
to start out with a circus at this season?
There are many Republicans hero who
groaning over the spectacle. In their view,
it is the tawdriest clnp trap, and does not
change a vote, except from him. Rut it
was ncognizl by the paity managers that
something mut be done. New York is
quietly but solidly for Cleveland. The
Democratic composure must be broken if
possible. The Germans of Ohio aro goitig
Democratic. Blaina will try to tnagnatiZ'i
them. Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and
Illinois are about give up. Blaine must
show himself in those states to save them
In a word Blaine was ordered to take his
, Whole stock of magnetic influence with
him, and start on the road in order to eavo
tho Republican party from utter defeat.
Rut it la a desperate resort ami it won't do.
People will turn one to so if ho is really
tatooed but they won't Toto for him. Aud
in tho mcanliino the campaign treasurers,
for such are the government employes, have
quit paying out their money. They fear
that a "cold day" is coiuim: about March
4th. Len x.
Koine Wisi Cinvs,
Tho oihor morning, n very sultry
one. two cows oninu lo our gato, ovi
dei.lly oil the lookout for sninolhinir,
nnd after being tit first somewhat puz
Kled by their pleading looks tho
thought struck inn that they might bo
in want of water. No sooimr had this
occurred to mo than 1 had some water
brought in it largo vessel, which tho
poor animals at onco suekod up with
the ;.reate.st eagerness. Tho pair thou
simmered contentedly away to iv Held
near tit hand. In about half an hour or
so we were .surprised and amused not
ti liitlo by seeing our two friends
march up to tho gale, accompanied by
tim e other cows. Tho water-tap was
ngain brought into requisition, nnd tho
new-comers ' wero in liku manner
helped libornlly. Then, wilh gratified
nnd repeated "boo-oo's" (a unanimous
vote of thanks), our viliors slowly
marched off to their pasturage. Jt was
quite clear to us thai tho two first cull
ers, gratified at their friendly recep
tion, had strolled down lo their sister
gossips and dairy companions, nnd had
informed them how 1 can not say, can
you? of their liberal entertainment,
nnd then had taken tho very pardon
able libertv of inviting them up lo our
cottage. This morning we were again
visited by tho first couple, bringing a
stranger with them; nnd I have liitlo
doubt these morning calls will bo regu
larly repeated, and allord my liulo
housohold fresh pleasure and amuse
ment in administering to their wants.
Tho remarkable thing, to my mind,
was tho fact of the two tirst cows iu
fonning the others, as most assuredly
they did, of tho treatment they had re
ceived. I state the simple facts. I
Lave iu my time lived a good deal in
the country, but never remember any
thing like this remarkable instance of
the cow's intelligence. .
P. S. July '21. Since the above w:.s
written our four-footed friends havo
never failed in their morning calis,
generally bringing (to us) stranger
sisters with tlicni. On Saturday wo
had three strangers, yesterday mm and
this morning one. I'uil Mnil Gazelle.
Threo Meals a Day.
An English writer gives some much
needed advice as to the limes aud fre
quency of meals. In his opinion tho
present usuai practice of three meals a
day has good reason, n3 well as custom,
in its favor. When work of any kind
is being done, whether mental or bod
ily, the i'llervuls between taking food
should not be so long as to entail de
mands on tho system when its store of
material for tho generation of force is
exhausted. An ordinary full meal, in
the case of a healthy marl, is generally
considered lo havo been completely
digested and to have passed out of thu
stomach in four Jiours. A period of
rest should then be granted to the
stomach. Assuming that two hours
are allowed for this, the iuterval be
tween one meal aud another would be
six hours; and this accords with the
experience of most men. During rest
and sleep there is less waste going on,
and especially during sleep there is
greatly diminished activity of all the
functions ot the body. The interval,
therefore, between the last meal of one
day and the lirsl of the next may lie
longer, as it generally is, than between
tho several day meals. Assuming that
breakfast bo taken about X or 'J o'clock,
there should be a mid-day meal about
1 or Tho character of this must de
pend on the nature of the day's occu
pation and tho convenience of the in
dividual. With women and children
this is generally their hungry lime, and
the mid-day repast, whether called
luncheon or dinner, is the chief meal.
So it is wilh the middle and laboring
classes, for the most part. But fot
merchants, professional men and
others, whose occupations take them
from home all tiie day, this is incon
venient, and moreover, it is not found
condncive to health or comfort to take
a full meal in tiie midst of the day's
work. There can, however, be no
doubt that much evil arises from at
tempting lo go through the day with
out food, and then wilh exhausted pow
ers sitti'ig down to a hearty meal.
Something of a light, easily digestible.
Out sustaining character should bo
taken toward 1 or '2 o'clock.
a,. , ... .
Thu Inli ioiicics i(' I'iiinticc.
Always be carcfui. mv son, sas a
writer in the Boston 07, be, about your
making change. ),,n'i x imp'od
niton. A station agent on the Old
Colony the oilier day refused to take a
Canada quarter that I offered him in'
part payment for my ticket. I had
noticed a legend bv the window th.Mt
foreign money was not good; but just
before, I hud given tho cab-driver a
tun and he had taken it to the tiket
seiicr lo get it chained, and the ticket
seller had given him the same Canada
quarter thai 1 had offered at thu win-'
low. So you !!,: 1 had him. Ho
cursed ail drummers in alow voice and
gave nie my ticket.
But always let your independence be
tempered wiui i icret ion. Down u
Bangor once last year the I ai ii'iiih r in
thu hotel gave lue 0:tei $ or morn
in C'aiia.ia money. 1 j ,.;ei raihiiv.
He said that Canada inuney wa good
u.'iVWiiero down tiieiv, audi whafwas
more, ilr.i no guests of tiiu hiu-, were
expected to carry away any looso
cluing.-, anyway. That, voti so'.., ukuIc
it all right.
Look out for the sleaminiui pursers.
I saw a p.;s. Ciller oi.cn come i'o un (,f.
ice wiillow nr.. I n-k to hae a bill
bivk'tn. Ti ii p'.ii-'or was sorry, hut
he was altito-l (Mi oi i-tnall bills, nnd
would "iiavo to give voti si ni" silr
dr." And lie had the ; :iil to iv,. i,.,i
stranger two ietul-cai i-whrei dollars in
wii.li Hie other change! Oil. I icil yon,
me bov, lor c.cphaniini! -itety:) thu
sietiiniiuat -it. beats llieits aii, if jmt
lo a f:l'" I"-
Thursday Evening,. Oct. 2, 1884.
The cold wave failed to show up, aud
this section is now enduring a temperature
that should havo been over with in July,
Tho maiket is very quiet in leading arti
cles. There is no speculative (kniand and
orders are small and come in slow.
The river is rising steadily at the rate of
un inch an hour, and tie low water season
seems to be over.
FLOUR Other markets show more
strength with the change in wheat, but
there is no improvement here.
HAY Receipts all grade below gilt
edge. Stocks of other grades are largo and
CORN Not enough selling to establish
a marketj stocks aro small.
OATS The supply is largo and demand
MEAL Quiet and uuchanged.
BRAN Very little doing.
BUTTER Tho market is better sup
plied and generally unchanged.
EGGS Tho demand cotiuues active,
supply fair and prices firm.
CIIIC'lvENS-Receipts have been liber
al and choice Urge young fiuds ready
APPLES Choice arc in fair demand
and light supply.
VEGETABLES Potatoes are in good
demand at quotations. Cabbage is firm
rind unchanged. No sweet potatoes sell
ing. Sales anil Quotations'.
NOTK. The price nore tfivenaielor ale Irom
firs' hand In round lot. An advance If
charred for broken lotstn ftillOKorrtt r -
:to0 l.h'a various grade
101 bhla choice family
l,"i bhl Family
'.i0 bills Fancy
.i soar, no
B cor Cho'ce Timothy amall bale.
4 cars Hrict pririe.....
1 cur gilt . dL'e
i cam i;ood mixed..
White In bulk.,
fi rarn In bulk
4 earn Sou'heru Illinois
1 car iu ."ftckr.
No S do .
Mo. 4 do
1 car No. 4
SHI bbla City on orders..
2 V.&l 0
2i bbis City "
Wi ponnd country
6fln pounds choice dairy
SKJ loutid fancycreamery....
S ul dozer
rnona rlinirrt hpna (Q
10 coop choice yonuK 2 532
4 coops mediu young . 2 f.O
App'e per bturi.
Choice per bbl
common ptr bbl.
I'otatOft. per bushel 35?1I
1'olaloea per bbl , 1 So
Orange, nominal a ooft.7 no
Lemons 5 015 511
Choice per barrel 1 5ns 1 7.1
Choice per bushel . M oo&TJ
Per 100 choice - 6 50&7 50
Fine unwashed kyiO
Tierces , 9
Half do , gij
Plain ham l:lV,ffll4
8. C. Hniu tr.
Clear side M U12J
.... 1 05
214 bushel linrlapl..... ,
b bnebel "
Peaches, halveeand quarters A?6K
Apple, nrmni ( 34,0
Choice navy 3 &rwt3 no
ii CO! 75
Choice, Factory fi
Cream - 12
Cool 10 to 05
Mink 10 to 45
Red Fox 1 CO
Wild Cat.. 10 to 50
Beaver tier pound Ml to il 50
Otter 75 to 0 CO
Onosum S to 15
Hear 1 00 to 8 Ot)
Dry Flint choice IB
Dry Salt 11
Sheep Pelt, dry
Hhoeo Pelt. izreen......M, lriii'
Damaged Hide . ,. K of
(lomruoii Lug ti vm ,
Good Iuk ; HiWtm
iwLeaf...... , .... 4;v,OM
Medlnm Laf ,, i, f,m,j 7 (,
0o1 U'f' .... 7 VHft U 'V
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Helena, Ark ....15 vo ,
ViekHburj! VJ r, r,v:
Natchee ) '. 111 B'l
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