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THE iJAllA' OAUtU lllli.LE'1 IN: SATURDAY ilOHMNU OCTOBER 4," 1884.
Tho Daily Bulletin.
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IVTAIIIABLT IN ADVArJOB.
All communications ahonld be addressed to
K. A. IIUKNHTT,
' Pobllsbcrand Pruorltitor.
of New York.
' FOR VICE PRESIDEN T
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cuok County, '
FOK CONGRESSMAN. lOtn Dial.
P. K. ALBRIGHT,
3rAnd tho balanco of the Democratic ticket
8 TATK'8 ATTORN It Y.
We are authorized lo announce that Mr. Angus
Lack ta au Independent candidate fur State's At
torney of Alexander Couuty, In the approaching
November clue I Ion.
We are auihoilxod to annnnnco William N. Rol
ler as tbe Republican candidate fi: election to tho
office oi Statu' Attorney of Alexander Couuty.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Alexander
n. Irvln ai an Independent candidate for re
election to the oltloeof Circuit Clerk, In tno
ccnilng election lu November.
We are authorized to announce the name of
Richard Fitzgerald aa a candidate for re election
to the ofBce of Coroner at tbe entiling November
la a recent speech the redoubtable But
ler declared in substance and effect that be
cause he could not control and direct the
action of tho Democratic National conven
tion at Chicago, he had left the Democratic
patty. . We suppose a sitniUr reason influ
enced him in leaving the party once beforo
when he failed to secure tho nomination of
Jefferson Davis for the Presidency of the
United States in 1860, at Charleston.
We had no faith in Butler, and we can
not say that his late speech and his admit
ted desertion of tho Democratic party,
' which he bud recently re-entered, haa
either advanced him in our estimation or
eet him back. His- abilities we neither
deny nor attempt to belittle. Unfortunate
ly, however, the gJiaracter of the man is
such that those very abilities aro more
likely to be exerted for harm than for
good, to anybody but Butler. His rant
ings about labor and laboring men are
rnerthumuuggery, which he knows so well
how to mike available and affective.'
He went to the Chicago convention ac
credited as a representative of the Democ
racy of Massachusetts, although ho was
already tho candidate of another party
lie has publicly proclaimed his desertion
of the Democratic party (which is nothing
more than we expected), and professes to
be the one advocate of the laboring classes.
. If honest working men knew Butler they
would place very littlo confidence in his
loud expressions of friendship for them,
he is essentially a selfish man, nnd is for
Butler "first, last and all tho time." The
- Democracy will gain more than it lust by bis
desertion, for he never was at heart a true
Democrat, nor popular with the party.
"Gatu" is fairly trembling in his boots
because somebody told him that somebody
said somebody in New York had' intimated
that somebody believed that if Cleveland
were elected President he would be irjflu
enced by W. II. Vanderbilr. If "Gath"
will quit trembling a minute and run down
to Jay Gould's efflce, he may be admitted
to the prerence of a man who is infinitely
more dangerous than Vanderbilt, and who
ha just subscribed $100,000 to Blaine's
fund. Pertiaps "Gath" will try to make us
believe that Gould often gives away $100,
000 without knowing where he is (oini; to
gjt good mun4, return for it. Chicago
Cue&D Itotaei in Arkau.su an 1 Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Tcxhs and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazica
' lands in the world, ranging in price from
12.00 to $300 and $4.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climite unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make tip your mind to go and
see for yourcolf when you learn that tho crop
: fir 1883 is CO per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tbe Company, and paying one-fourth, ono-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
., Allowed fur money paid for ticket' or freight
Over the Companies lines.
' ; , II. C. Townmcno. Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
f '': St. Louis, Mo.
Southern Exposition, Louisville, KVi
. Angnst 16th to October 25th.
The Illinois Central R. R. tickets to
Imiirillo and return Mondays and Tues
day of each week, at $10.15. Tickets
(food to return on twenty days from date of
aje. TwrV daily trains leaving Cairo 2:10
a. in. tad 8:45 p.m. A. II. Hanon,
t9w t 'Gen. Vw. Agt,
IVcullflritlt'H of ltiMtwuotl.
California in nuluru's grout nnd (inly
gtoruliuuso of IhatUHofurnnd oinamon
till wooil, which grows horo In iininonso
quiinlithis, covorliij tho earth's surfaco
o (lciisolv that tho buh'h a-iiva novor
roach tho pronntl, ami funilsliiiitf to
tho iiiillinuii lOO.OOD.OOU foot of lunibur
to tho aurn. Tho roil wood linn buon
introiliu'oil both in tho Eastern Stiilos
ami In Knlaml, ami wliorevor It has
boon tisuiMias found favor lu tho oyoa
of houMobulldors, many of tho almost
rogal roNldouooH of tho Kant having as
tho ouUtilo Ilnlsh tho redwood in its
rich, natural color. At irosnnt tho
only redwood shipped KhuUs that used
fur finishing purposus, but it is only r
matter of timo wlnm its many advan
tages will bueomo known and it will
bo in ponural demand. No wood has
ovor been discovered that combines so
many advantages for all purposes as
this. It Is easily worked; It may bo
usod gtoon just as it comes from tho
mill; it docs not warp In drying nor
shrink or swell by exposure to tho
woatlior; it burns slowly and when on
jiro Is easily extinguished, bec.iuso tho
wood contains no rosin; it is brittlo
and breaks oil' squarely, so that iu case
of lire tho firemen have no dilllculty in
cutting their way from house to house,
and it does uot rot at tho ground lik'o
most other woods, anil fence-posts
which have stood for thirty years aro
as sound to-day as when they were
planted. Tho rodwood grows only in
California, tho forests commencing a
littlo Bouth of this city and ending ab.
ruptly beforo reaching the Oregon liuo.
(&' Francisco Chronicle.
Mr. O'KrrtVri Mistake.
'Sure, It's that daughter av moino,"
said Patrick O Koufo to Justico
Priudivillo, as ho leaned over tho
rail that dividos tlio common pcoplo
from that judicial dignitary. "Bedad,
it's a warrant Oi'm afther wanliu' for
that young mon av hers."
"State your case," said tho justice,
"State mo caso, is it? Well, sor,
that's nisy enough. Las' noight, sor,
at about 9, sor, 01 soz to Aunio
O'Koofo, thet's mol daughter, sor, sez
I: 'Will yez bo afther scrubbin' ouj
tho kitchiu for morninT
" 'Suro Oi'm afther hovin' an en
gagement wld Morphous,' sez sho.(
'An' who's Moroheus?' says Oi.
Suro. he's au ould
woo me lo
duffer ez iz a-goin' to
shleen.' sez she.
"Faith, thet made mo dander riz,
sor. Sure, such disgraceful words
from me daughter upset mo. Thin
whin Oi Blappod her oars, sor, her
raither kern out an' tho two av Mm set
on mo sor, an' bato mo. 01 sat up till
12 o'clocklookiu' for thet Morpheus av
hors, butlio didn't come."
"1 expect you would have given him
a warm roception."
"Oi wild hov kilt him, sor."
"I have heard of this Morpheus be
fore," said tho court, quietly, "lie's a
bad man, and has croatcd iv gioat deal
of trouble Call around in tho morn
ing for a warrant.1' Chicago A'eivs.
. m s
Vcrdt Provoked to Laughter.
Verdi, who Is ono of tho most modost
and retiring of groat men, wont re
cently in strict incognito as ho
thought to tho Turk Exposition, and
made his way to tho gallery in which
tho musical instruments aro exhibited.
An amateur who happened to bo trying
a new organ recognized tho visitor,
however, and immediately began tin
improvisation on a themo from "Aula.
Verdi rose in a mgo from tho seat
which ho had taken at tho furthest end
of tho gallery, and put on his lint, in
tending to boat a hasty retreat. But
It was too lato: the news of his presence
had sprcad.cvery piano and harmonium
in tho section struck up an air of.
Verdi's, no two playing tho ssmo one;
and even tho piano-organs themselves
jolnod in tho uiscoraant chorus, lo
get to tho door ho had to run tho
gauntlet of his own melodies; but tho
comic element in tho situation proving
too much for his gravity, ho threw him-.
self into a chair to have a hearty laugh.
Ho was Interrupted in tho ruhlst of it
by an attendant, who thrust into his
hand a card, from a glanco at which
tho astonished composer loarnod that
his "correct weight" was just 112
pounds. He had taken his soat in tho
chair of a weighing machine. Think
ing ire had had surprises ouough for ono
day, Verdi hastily lelt tho building,
and he has not been seen thero since.
Glvin' tho Driver iv Steer.
A very small boy with his clothes in
tatters, occupied a front corner soat in
ono of tho now Third nvenuo oiiou
cars last night and gnzod thoughtfully
straight down tho street. When tho
car suddenly reached Ninth street tho
boy suddenly waked up, glanced hur
ried at tho street-lamp, and then,
touching tho driver's arm, asked him
what street it was. Tho driver vouch
safed no answer and drove ninjoslical
Tho boy fidgeted around mid soomod
titieasy. A Jones reporter, who sat
noxt to him, thought tho littlo fellow-
was anxious to gel oil', but did not do
so, not knowing where ho was. Tho
reporter who heard tho question ami
had seen how it was received thought
ho would do tho boy a kindness, nud
aid to liim:
"Whoro do you want to got off, my
boyif mat was iNmtu street wo pass'
"Why do can't yor koep your gab
to yerself." politely responded tho ur-
chiu, who could not havo been moro
than 10 yours old. "D yor think I'm a
gilly an' don't know not'k' about
whoro do3trcots isP Can't yo tuinblo
dat I'm only giviu' do driver a steerP
IIo's mu ladder an' I'm taklu' a l ido
fur do bouellt of mo heall'."
Aim the small boy relapsed into nn
indignant sil'enco nnd wondered at tho
reporter's obtusonoss. N. Y. Tunes.
Tho other morning a woman applied
at tho Troy, N. Y., Surrogate's olllco
for letters of administration on her
husband's estate, tho eslato bcin?
claim of a few dollars against tho city.
"Did your husband leavo any personal
property P'' asked tho surrogaio lord.
"Indeed, ho did" replied tho widow
three boys and two rirl "
Hiole Ilia Mt'lona.
Ovor on tho Wost market iquaro n
vegetable farmer stood by the sldo of
his wagon, which was pilod high with
watermelons, telling somo of tho deal
ers iu cabbages and onions of his ex
perience in raising a crop.
"1 hef dor most troubles mlt dor
schmall poys, but I ketch ou alretty,
and 1 belcher Unit tollar dey don't for
pit It pretty gwlck. Der schmall
American poy ish too fly, what you call
'cms. Veil, von day von dor melons
vas gelling rijut pretty gwick I saw n
sohiuall poy over dor fenco looking
around, and I say I, 'You skip owit or
I'll take you In to der porloeeos.1 Don
ho a) t, '1 vas lose my paftu pall in
liero, and vniild you iileaso let mo find
him nlrotty ?' and 1 sayt, Yes, of
course; get der pall, initio fine littlo'
man, and tlien get youi'selluiV oher dot
fence so gwick as will surprise your
sellull'.' Veil, every day tou or tw'ollull'
limes der poys vquld lose der pall in
der melons and como to mu and ask
if tlioy could lind him again. Bimeby
I sayt, 'Poys, you vas good poys. and
I vill gif you a melon.' So wo walked
down to der patch and so help mo gra
cious more as a wagon load had pin
btholeo avay nlrotty. Efory times dot
dose doys hat gone in for der pall dey
had taken avay a melon. Deu 1 makes
beleef tint I vas looking for a big
ono, but binioby ven I liuds a club 1
schlock ono poy on his hot on top and
anodder I kick in ft initio foot till he
limps nlrcttv, and anodder I chnso mit
der club. Veil, I has moro as a year's
fun mit dent fellors. Ven dey skimp
der fence and call mo 'Dutohy,' 1
sthand on der top board nnd snvt:" 'Oh,
yes, you call up Dutchy, but I'll bel
cher Vou don t forgot right avay Dutehy's
littlo'parly in the melon patch. Who
vas it proko your pones, enP Who vas
it make der sehwollkg on your helP
Who vas it dat mako your coat-tails
schnapi" Veil, von dey carry each od-
ilnr avav I nicks der melons nnd nrimra
dem to towii for sale." Chicago 7Ar-
TUo (Juecn of Slum's Thimble,
Tho thimblo is a Dutch invontion
that was lirst brought to Hbgland in
1G95 by one John Lofiing, who began
Its manufacture at Islington, near
London, gaining thereby both honor
and proliu lis name is derived JVom
tho words thumb and bell, being for a
long timo called tlttimble, and only
lately thimble. Old records sav that
thimbles were lirst worn on the 'thumb;
but wo cn scarcely concoive how they
would bo of much tiso tliore. Former
ly they were made of brass and iron
only, but of Into years stool, silver,
gold, horn, ivory, and even pearl and
glass havo all been used for making
A thimblo owned by a Queen-consort
of Shim is shaped like a lotus-bud,
that being the royal llower of tho coun
try, and almost everything about tho
court bearing, in a groater or less de
gree, some impress of tho lotus. This
thimblo is of gold, thickly studded
with diamonds thntaro so arranged a3
to form tho lady's namo and tho 'date
of her marriage. It was a bridal gift
iron) the iving, who, having seen tho
'jiiglMi tun! American ladies at his
court using thimbles, took this meth
od of introducing them among his own
people. Djrcan' Magazine.
Cldncso shavin? is a slow nrocosa.
Tho customer seats himself erect on a
stool or bench, with tho knowledge that
au hour must pass before ho is released.
The barber begins Operations by caro-
iuuy wasning tno victim's face, ears
aud head with very warm water, win-
!.. -IV. 1.- I..!. . . . 1
uig ou mu unpping parts with a wet
towel. Ho then bonns shavinn- iho
head, or rather around tho crown
where tho cuo begins, commencing
over tho right car and niovk" nlon"
unui mo ioroueau aim the lower part
of tho backhoad aro cleaned. Uo rio?t
passes to tho face aud afterwards to
tho nocK. l ho ears are shaved and
carefully brushed out and cleaned with
delicate brushes and ingenious instru
ments. Tho face, neck and arms nro
then washed and rubbed until tho skin
assumes a healthy pink. Tho second
part is something liko the "Swedish
movement cure." Tho barber bco-ks
to turn aud manipulate tho head and
ueck, until every cord and musclo has
been stretched, pinched nnd pulled.
Tho shoulders, anus and back aro also
scientifically pounded and pulled until
tho victim expresses a desire to havo
tho manipulation stop. The cuo is
then nnbraided, combed and cloanod,
nnd then braided up again nnd put in
place. Occasionally, wheu a burber
wishes lo show great attention to a dis
tinguished customer, lie rubs and pulls
his lingers, and even his toes, until tho
How It U Done.
A clerk In a New York storo, receiv
ing $1,000 a year, supports liimsolf,
wilo and child, and saves part of his
income. 'This is how tho wife spoaks
of the management at homo: 'When
wo were married wo made up our
minds lo live so as to bo able to put
something in tho batik each month, and
wo havo not yet failed to do so. Wo
iiruro that our $1,0 )0 a year gavo us
about $173 a dav, and wo based nil
our estimates of expenses on Hint. Wo
pay $:W a month for this Mat, and wo
rem out iho front parlor for $8 a month,
which brings our rent down to $12 a
month, or about forty cents, a day.
Tho landlord pays tho water bill for
tno wuoii) uuiiuing, and as wo do not
burn (.-as wo havo no gas bills. Tho
on nine wo iiurn costs us ao cents n
month in tho winter, and, of course,
much less than that in the summer. I
do my own housework, and therefore
wo savo the servant's wages and what
tho servant would waste. As for fuel,
wo use ten Ions of coal a vear. tho av-
orago itost of wh,'eh last year was about
$(1.60 a ton, brought Into tho building;
that makes 17 or 18 cunts a dav. Ed
ward makes a good deal of fmi about
my buying tho provisions for our table,
because 1 will not let the cost of what
wo eat go above a certain amount each
ween, oonio uny.i wo no not eat any
Duller, oinor nays wo go without mllK,
and in warm weather wo only have
meal once lu four or live days. I spend
$4 u week and no more for provisions,"
A POSITIVE CURE.
For Evt-ry Form of Skin and Blood
Disease, from Pimples to Scrofula.
I have bad Pnrla;la for ulno months. About
five monlba ago 1 applied to a doctor near llmton,
who hul ned me, but unfortun&tolv 1 hurt in luavn.
hut continued tnklng uIh mudlclno for nuirly
mruu mum no. urn mu uiaenHe UlU not luavo, 1
aw Mr. Carpenter's letter in the Philadelphia
Record, and hi caaH perfectly dmcrihed mine. I
tried the Cuilrura Remedied, lining two tiottlea
Renolvenl, aud Ciillcura uiid I'lllliiiia lioap tn
proportion, aud rail niyne.lt o mplelely ,-ureil,
, . t. F. liAKNAlll).
ECZEMA TWENTY YEARS.
Cured. Not a Sijjn of its Reappearance.
Your Ciillcura haa dni.u, a wonderful cure for
mu more tliun two veura au'o. Not a a kii .l it ro
iippearaieu alnco. 'It cmud ma of u very bad
Kizema which had troun ed 1110 fur more than
twenty yoara. I hill alwaya apeak woll of Ciitl-
l sou a great deal 01 it.
,.,,. KAiC. BWAN, Dri'.Kirlat.
BEST FOR ANYTHING.
Having ueod jour Cutlcura Hemedlea for eighteen
monlha for Tctler. and finally cured It, 1 am
auxloua to eel it to fell it on ciimminaliin. I mn
recommend it beyond any reined lea 1 havo ever
used lor I eiwr, Hiirim. (Juts, elc. In fuel, it ia the
bi'tt medie no I have ever tried for anvtlilnir
, ,,, R. 8. UORTON .
1 had A dOKOn hjlll aOPAa finnn mv l.nriw ..! lA
all remedlea I rould hear of, aud at Iuh tried your
vuueurn muiucuivb buu luey uuvn cured me.
lluhron, Thayer County, Penn.
Kverv nioclea oftlchlnR. Scaly, Pimply. Hcrofu
Iohk, Inherited and Conlauloua llumira. with
l.oa of Hair, cured by Ctitlcura lt"ulveiit the
new Illooil I'uriller lnteruallv, and Cutlcura and
L'utlcura Hoan the Kreat bkin Curea externally.
iom everywutrc. rrice, vuiicur, B'l Ceule:
Soap, 'a cents; Ruaolveut. $1 .
Potter Drug nnd Chemical Co , Boston.
1VE ATTT V Kor Chapped and Oily Skin
JiUAU 1 Culicnra oap,
SNEEZE, until your
bead aeema ready to fly
oil'; until your uoeo and
eyes diichariu cxceoaive
quantltiet of thin, irrita
ting, watery n nu; until
)Gtir head achea. mouth
and throat parched, aud
hloud at r-tver heat. TIiIp
la an Ac no Catarrh, and
ia Inatantly relieved by
a finale dose, and per
manently enred liy one
l ottloof Sanford'a Rad
ical Cure for Catarrh.
Complete. Treatment with Inhaler 81.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrh Sol
vent, and one Improved Inhaler, In one package,
may now ba had of all druggists for VI. (X). Ask
for Hauford'a Radical Cure.
"The only absolute specific we know of."
Mcd.Tlmea. "The beat we have found In a llfo
time of auflorlnir." Rev. Dr. Wlgcln. Boston.
"After a Iouk airumile with Catarrh, the Radical
Cure haa conquered." Rev. 8. V. M nroe.
lycwlfburir. Pa. "I little not found a cam that It
did not relieve at once "Andrew Lee, Mancnca.
Potter Drag and Chemical Co., Roeton.
Kor the relief and prevention,
the Inatant It ia applied, of rheu
matism, Nenrnlyla. B c 1 a t ic a ,
Couuha. Colds. Weak Back.
Stomach and Rowlea, Snooting
Pain. Numbnesa, IlyBierIa, Fe
-r: y---.T V molu rama, raipiiaiiun, uynpep.
s VSs Bla' Liver Complaint, Billoun
sfrFrks i"'iver Malaria, and JEpldemtca,
l LEeTRieoge Collin's Plaetcralan Klctric
'A, i "S i " Mattcrv comliined with a Poroua
tnST tv1" 1 '"Sierj ana lauga at pain
o r-uch protective aealnat chills and fever and
other diseases of a malarial type exlata aa Ilos
tutter'a Stomach Hitters. It relieves constipation,
liver disorders, rheumatism, kldn-y and bladder
ailments with certainly and promptitude. A
change, aa pritifyingae It la complete, inon takes
place in the appearance, aa well aa the aenantlon,
of the wan and haggard invalid who ueea this
itandara promoter ui neaitn ana strength.
For Bale by all urugglate ana dealers generally
LIVER COMPLAINTS, o
nwanae It arts on the MVF.lt, IIOWELS and
KIDNEYS at the same time.
Baeanae 11 eloanaea tha ayatem of the nolaon.
oua huroora that dovelopa In Kidney and Url.
nary Dlaeaaaa, BUiouaneaa, Jaundleo, Constipa
tion, PUea, or in Baeurnatiam, Neuralgia, Her
Toua JJiaoraon ana an remaie compuunU.
' IT WILL BUBEL7 CtTfiB
By oaualag FBJSS ACTION of aU tha organa
and funotiona, tbaraby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
Metering tha normal power to throw off rtlaaaaa.
THOUSANDS OP OASIS
of the wont forma of theea terrible dlaeaaaa
have been quiokly raUeved, and in a abort Urn
rnict, at. i.i(uid oh nav, sold iiy duvogists.
Dry can ba aent by mail.
WELLB, ai0ILaaD8ON b Co., Burlington, Vt.
S beaa ttamp lur viftry Aliutuw lor ibm.
UlKTBH8!)d venrononiKeutemberlO. A Mllll
tary College with Unlveritty powera. Depar'menta
iu Civil Knitlnecrlnit, Chomlatry, Claesica and En
Bllah. Clrculara of Uapt. W. P, Uallldar and N.B.
1'hlatlowood and of Metara. P. W. Rarciay, Chaa.
Gallleher and R.II. Cniininttham.ol thia city, or
of COL. rilKO.limT.Prualdout.
Opanlnj Dectmber 1,1884; ClotlngMay3t,l88S
undxk Tut Avarit KS or THE
United States Government,
Appropriated by the General Government.
'Contributed by the Citizens of XewOrltaul.
(Auoropnuled by Mexico.
Appropriated by the State of Louisiana.
Appropriated by the City of New Orleana.
From $5000 to $25,000,
Appropriated bv Innumerable State, Citica
and l'orcijjn Countries.
Evary S'at and Territory in tha Union rapraiantsd,
and nearly alt tfia Letding Nations ind
Countnat ot tna Wond.
The Biggest Exhibit, the Biggest Building and tha
Biggest , Industrial Event In tht
rFPI.irTION. FUR KXHIUITH ALRFADT BKCIIVftO
COVKU H'li:K!rAeS AMI A OIIKA TKa VARIK1V
ok sUHJMvra tiiav thdbi or amy
t.XIUUTlON KVkK 11KLD.
The chcaprnt ratct of travel ever known in d
the annnla of transjiorution aecured for the
Fur infnrmatioii, nddreaa
K. A. BURKE.
. Director General, W. I. A C, C. E.,
.M aw URLBANa, l.k.
I fjfJ illtftJ1 OUTOF ORDER.
1 30 'JNION SQUARE NtWYORK.
TOR SALE BY
J. C. CAKSON,!Cairo, Ills.
BEFORE V- AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances ira sent on 30 Days' Trill,
TO MEN ONLY, YGUNQ OR OLD,
WHO are aunrlnir from NartTom PaniLrrr,
Lost Vitai itt. Laci or Nkkvm Foai a amd
Vmoa, WAMTlNfl WAKNE6ioi. and all thoae dlivaiei
or a I'bimonai, Natuk n.uUlnn from ABUtua and
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