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THIS DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATUHDAY Mul.MMi OCTOBEll 11, 1
THE GREAT GERMAN
KoIIcvm and curt
HEADACHE, TOOTIIACUK, .
6ornai, Cute, Bruiies,
. lirRMM, HCALUK,
And tit oilier bodily ache
FIFTY CENTS BOTTLE.
Bold by all PniRKlsts and
Dealers. Direction lu II
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y ' pi'yiiiiiiir
Health and Jappiness.
DO AS OTHERS
Are your Kidneys disordered?
'Kidney Wort brought Die from my grave, a It
were, after 1 had Wn Riven up by 13 lx.it dot-tor in
Detroit." M. W. Deveraux, llechauic, Ionia, Mich.
Are your nerves weak?
"Kidney Wort cured me from nervous wi-alrneas
ftn-.aru-rl u nut ciicted to live."-Mr. M. U. U.
Out! win, 0. Christian Monitor, Cleveland, 0.
Have you Bright'a Disease?
"Kidney-Wort cured me when wy water was Just
like chalk and then Hit blood." ......
Frank Wilton, Peabody, lias.
Suffering from Diabetes?
"Kidney-Won the inmt auccenaful remedy I have
ever used, el Ives almost ImineillaU) relief."
-. ; Dr. Phillip lialluu, Uunlttoa, Vt
Have you Liver Complaint?
"Kidney-Wort cured mo of chrouio Llvur IHauuoa
after I preyed to die." - .
Henry Ward, late Col tilth Nat. Ouard, V. T.
Is vour Back lame and achinc?
"Kidney-vVort, 1 bottle) cured me when 1 ihk
lame i saa to rou " or osu." .... . ...
0. M. TallmiMje, Milwaukee, Wis.
Have -you Kidney Disease?
"Kidney-W ort made me souwlln liver and kidneys
after yean of unsuocesaful clncttirintr. Ita worth
$10abox." Banil liudeti, WUliauutuwn, neat vs.
Are you Constipated?
"Kidney-Wort caueea wy evacuation! and cured
m after It Jir una of other medicines."
- Kelson KauxliUd, bb Albans, Vt
Have you Malaria?
"Kidney-Wort haa dono better than any other
remedy 1 have aver used In my practice."
pr. It. K. Clark, South Hero, Vt
Are you Bilious?
"Kidney-Wort hae done ma mora good than any
othur mndy I hare ever taken."
, lira. J. T. ualloway, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are you'tormented with Piles?
"Kidney-Wort nermaivatiV rami m of bleeding
pllea. Dr. w. P. Kline reenminended it to me."
Guo. II. llurst, Caahler U. liauk, Jtyerstowo, Fa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kidney-Wort cured me, after I was Riven up to
die by physicians and I bad au tiered thirty yoara."
aUbridva Malcolm, Weal Bath, Maine.
T.aAiaa era TrMl enf f ctr ir aO
"KliineT.Wnrt cured nie of peculiar troubles of
several yuan standing. Many friend, use and nrais
lb" Mrs. lLUmoreaux, Isle UMutte,Vt,
If you would Banish Disease
i ana gam iieaitn, lame
H 0 K-"sgfH&
Thla poroui plaster !
a'jaolutely (As bat eier
mado, combining- the
firtuea vt hope with
fuma, balsams and ex
tract. Ita power U wonderful In curing dlaoascs where
other plasters alinply relieve. Crick In the Hack and
Keck, Pain in tho Bido or Limbs, HUH Joluta and at uncles,
Kidney Trouble,, ltbeumntUtn. Nouralirla. Bora Client.
Affections of tho Heart and Livcr,aiidall )ialu or achoa
Id any part cured lnatantly by tho llupl'kuttr, ITry
lit. rriouw conu or tiro for fiuo.
Iiuaueu on rooeii.t or price. Hold by
all drurirlrti and ceuntry atorva,
iiop 1'latttr Company,
Froprietoni, Dobton, liiiaa.
HTKorcoiintlpatlon. lota of appetite and duioaiicaof til
Eltdrle ApplltncN ir tent en 30 Oayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
IT"HO are aurfering from NiRTOtsa PiaiUTT,
V Loat ViraLiTT, Ltci or Naava Foan and
V luoa, WaaTtna Waaaaaaxaa. and all thuae dlaeaai't
of a 1'iKaoNiL Narvaa reaultlnu; front Aauaaa and
urnaa larau. Hwwdy relief and complete reato
ration of Haai.TI.V iwoaaml Manhood (li'aRAirraau.
'I be grandest diacovery of the Ninetwnth Century.
kMid at ouue for llluatratwi Pamphlet fro, addreaa
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
Swept into the stream.
(.ne Thousand Acres of Land and
"Ei!?lit Smart of Rears."
Oti the deck of a bU Mlenlaalppl iteamboat
a oudan aged Southern planter. Indicating by a
i veep or bit arm the waicra the boat vaa paaalrg
' out, bo euld to a paamnger rrom the North:
"When I waa twelve yeura old I killed ray flrat
bOilOU a new nlmlatlon rov fnthnr waa then rut.
t'.nii out of a roru-t that, uruw directly over tho
wnicr ui mi Buna, mat waa a mighty good
; Manlatlou, and there was rlsM amart of heara
tUwe, too. Hut that oae thouaand a rea it land
0 i r
It la pulling nr atrain npon ibe flKtlre to my
; that ureal ftm.au of ytmthiul nope, worn nly
heauty and manly atrene;th are iwe;it In the ninie
. way every year luio v.... ureal, turlild torrent of
' dlooaae and death. Yft It anon d not be ao. Th'it
4t lo la a dtaKfaca at well at a Iota. H.ople
" a largely too careleaa or too attipid to dulend
- tbelr own Intereala the mo-t preciou of which
U Health. That none, all la aono. Diaeaae la
a mple, but to reckieaatieaa or lguoranee, the
aitnuleat thing might a well be complex aa a
pmooaltlon In Conlo Hectlona. At tho hit no
' l.r milt I r h mn ..flcn floitit tl.u
a una their ihoie. arlae In a few moui.tuiu aptluiia
fo all our ailment can be traced to Impure blood
' ai d a amall croup of disordered organ,
ana. . . ...a ..ir..aiitu.t unrl I tf I n u I t aa iminirli tti Aim
caae I PAKKKK'H TONIC. It goea to the
..r.l , and weaktieaa. In reauouau to Ita
Miton, Ua IWnr, kldnoya, aiomactt and bean, be
- rln their work afreab. auddiauaaela driven on'.
1 The Toole I Dot, however, ao Intoxicant, but
tur a aleaire lor atrong annk. n-ve you aye
iiepela, rheumatlam, or tronble which bave refuav
: pi 10 flelU to other txonu r Uero la your help.
BEFORE V AND n
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INVANIAHLT IM aDVANUM.
All communlcatioua ahould be ldreaed to
K. A. BUKNK I I ,
Pobliaher and I'rourlnlnr.'
0 HOVER CLEVELAND,
of Mew York.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
' CARTER HARRISON,
or Cook County.
FOR CONGRESSMAN. SOth Dial.
F. E. ALBRIGHT,
tSTAnd the balanco or the Democratic ticket
We aro authorized lo. announce that Mr. Annua
Lack le an Independent citudlilato lor State'a At
torney or Alexander County, In the apprjachiiiK
We aro amborizod to announce William N. But
ler aa the Republican candidate for election to the
office o; State'a Attorney of Alexander County.
We are antborlzcd to announce Mr. Alexander
II. Irvln a a i Indupendunt r.audldatv for re
election to the ofllie of t'lrcuit Clerk, In tue
ccuilnu electloc lu November.
We aw anthorlzad to announce the name or
Richard KiUgdrald at a candidate f ir roe ectlwn
to tkeofflceol' Coroner at the eunulnt; November
THE ASSOCIATE PRESS.
Tim notoriously partisan Roj'tiblican mo
nopoly, the Associate Press, scuds out a
glowing account of all Rupublicttn political
occurrences, while it studiously ignores ev
erything favorable to the Democmtic side.
This is in keeping with the conduct of the
whole rini! ot monopolists that coinprise
the main support of tho Hepublicm party.
The dispatches of tho 9tu eity of Logan's
fiasco in Virginia:
A man named Henry West went up in
front ot him and said: "General Logan, you
raised the first rebel flag in Illinoi ami I
want to shake hands with you."
"Who said) I did?'' asked Logan.
"I don't know who, but I know you did
it," was tho reply.
"You are a liar,''cxcitedly exclnimed the
general, an J spat full in the man's up-tuiu
The ntked facts are that if Henry .West
would go to Jackson county, 111., he could
find proof, plenty of it, that ho is far from
being a liar but that has nothing to do
with tho Associate Tress. The true state
ment of the occurrence was given in a spje
ial dispatch, and is as follow? :
An incident which occurred iu West Vir
ginia during the receuttrip of General Lo
Kan through that statu is related by a na
tive who was present. The train oil which
the Logan tr mpe wire traveling stopped tit
a small station on the Chesapeake & Ohio
railroad to give the citizens of the place an
opportunity to see and hear Logan.
He was reaching down and holding on to
the car with his hilt baud and dinposing
rapidly of those who approached, giving
each a shake and a hinile; wheu a lank
mountaineer, without coat or vest, and with
open shirt front, put out his bony hand and
'Lemme shake hands with the man who
raised the first rebel regiment in Illinois."
Logan straightened up like a Hash, and
iu a voice indicating the utmost astonich
ment and passion exclaimed: "What's
that?" The West Virginian innocently re
peated his remark.
Making a quick reach outward, but fall
ing short as the surprised fellow drew back
Logan shouted iu a rsge and hoarsely:
"Any man who sayB I ever did that is a
damned infernal hai !"
The man made a taunting reply which
set Logan wild. He felt rapidly in his
pockot, evidently for something to hit him
witb. He could find nothing but a cigar
which he drew forth and tirst breaking it,
threw the pieces at the now thoroughly sur
prised object of his wrath.
"Get out of this," cried Logan; "or if you
don't I'll pay this colored porter a quarter
to whip the life nut of you."
By this time the train began to move,
and the torn up ctmpaigner was prevailed
upon to retire to the seclusion of his special
PUNCH'S ADVICE WAS -DON'T.
Just after the Maine election a respected
Congregational clergyman iu Maine wrote a
letter to the editor of the strongest church
paper in that state, requesting its publica
tion. The editor refused to comply with
the request au J wrote the clergyman, who
is a supporter of St. John, the following
"Poutland, Sept. 10, 188-1. I
will tell you a secret, between us. Blaine
did intend to vote for the amendment till
the morning of election day, when one ot
the most prominent and influential of our
temperance men went to him and asked
him how he waa going to vote. Tho ans
wer wa: 'For the Huieudmunt.' The gen
tleman advine 1 him not to do it.' 'Your ac
ceptance of the Republican platform as it
was made up contributes a virtual compact
between you and tho party. They would
bave no right to put a prohibition plank
Into the platlorm and aak you 10 stand upon
it; nod vim have no right to do an rquiv
lent thin and aak them to Indorse you.
You bave no riuut to bring odium on the
party anywhere by any private act of choice
which they have not assented to.'
"Tho editor continues: 'Thii view of tht
matter at first Mr. D. did not approve, but
subsequently changed his purpose and did
not vote at all. I know (he nintirin-f) that
this ant is approved by not a few ot ur
best men, Neal Dow inclusive, us he told
me no in his own olfice,'
"A copy nt ihia letter was furnished u-i
for publication, and we give it to the pub
lic precisely as written. The Geroian
Amtrican voters of Ohio will be interi-Btn I
to know from this reliable authority (hut
Mr. Rlaino fully Intended to vote for Mm
aiM'iidiiien', which forever prohibits the
manufacture and wile of beer, and all sin
ce rtt prohibitioiiiHls will lie inleres'ed to
kmiw that Blaine llged voting on tho
amendment at the suggestion of 'temper
art e' men and that Neal Dow approves his
co-vardly course. Finally, all the lioin-Ht
men will see in tills oxposure one more il
luv ration of Blaine in his truo colors -a
cowardly demagogue, willing to do any
thing to get votes for himself."-Boston
With blood in his eye the Blaine book
agent follows tho trail Plii'a. Times.
The pretty pictures of prosperity drawn
by Mr. Blaino and other Republican speak
ers will not buy broad and;,butter for idle
miners. Cincinnati Enquirer.
The mn who says the Indianapolis Jour
nal has been placet! in the ban'ds of Ananias
is no friend to Ananias, says the Columbus
Tiinen. -Albany Argus,
"Who saved the Union?" A Republican
answers, "Blaine." "What Blainef What
Union ditl he save?" 'I he Republican echo
answers, "Union Pacific.' Albany -Times,
The workingtuen might do well to bear
in mind that all of Cleveland's little ac
cumulations do not equal half of the yearly
income of either Butler or Blaine. Haver
Mr. Blaine, Governor Foster and Will
iam Walter Phelps are a part of tho great
coul syndicato against which the miners of
the Hocking Valley have 8'ruck. Hudson
(N. Y.) Register.
Now it appears that that exceedingly
fresh young unn, Walker Blaine, down !n
Maine, has been doctoring the truo election
returns Tor the telegraph. Walker evident
ly is a chip of the old block. Chicago
The Germans of tho We3t have "heard the
newe from Maine," The stale has gone
with u decided beut for Blaine And Prohibi
tion. For tho sequel to this Btoiy see re
turns from the October states. New York
CLEVELAND AND VICTORY.
The Republicans must carry Ohio to
give them a fighting chance in November
for the presidency. The Democracy enn
lose Ohio and make an even fight, with the
chances in their favor, in November. Piich
is the present acceptation of the political
canvass by tho leaders on bolb side". We
are convinced that the Republic is on the
eve of a change and that- the Democratic
party will be called into power by the
voice of the people in November. The
signs of the times aro uiimistnkablr. Pub
lic sentiment has taken (in encouraging
moral turn and is loud in the condemnation
of theft, speculation und prostitution of
office lo personal ends; ktlio most high
minded, pure and Incorruptible leaders and
adherents of the Republican party havo de
clared for the candidate end piinciples of
an hutitst Democracy. Twenty-four yeurs
ofunbiidled power and tho lust of official
spoils have sapped tho integrity and pit-
rioi.sm oi mo ittnuoiican pany. its
founders and great leaders are eitiier dead
orin the D nn'Cratic camp. Its mission
now has degenerated to maintaining itself
iu power, by unmpation, corruption, etc.,
of tho people. Tho voice of the nation bids
Democracy bo of good cheer, for its houest
and Incorruptible standard-bearer will bo
selected to fill the chair of Washington,
Jefiuieon and Jackson next November.
St. Jobn, in bis letter of acceptance, says
the war for the union is over. 'lis well.
It is po.-sibtu that in the course of the i!ext
two or three ceuluriei this fact will be uni
versally accepted. Tho query is, what
drove the idea iuto the head of I lie man
with the tierce mustache? Ilia is a late
discovery, for when lie thought he was run
ning for Governor o' Kansas two years ago
he was tho most energetic vibrator of the
gory garment within tho borders of the
state. Times ami places alter cases.
"Ah, Jim," said Mulligan, "I sen you
were rewurded by the Rix Vestib "
'Yes. I was about to remark Rex Vesti
buli. Very pretty pieco indeed. P.y tho
way, I would like a few words with you
about Little Rock and "
Hero the statesman got beyond hearing.
"Do you really believo Blaine would
Steal?'' waj asked of an indepjii lciit lie
publican. "Steal, sii I" was the blurted
response; "Steal? Why I would not trust
him in the middle of the desert of Sahara
with tho anchor of the 'Great Easier:!.' "
"I would rather be tlm victim of slander
than the author of it," snj s Blaine. From
a man who lias tiled both thu confesuion is
a valuable one. Detroit Free Piees.
falduua be happy If xrocn and awt-et
Thu three leaved clover uruw at your reel:
For tho day of voutli'a nn over.
M ia bard whoa tho shadow aru Ion and j r y ,
When old aud weary, to have to nay,
"Ah I lire baa been spent lu a prollilesa way,
Kookinu for four leaved clovor."
"A bull In a chinB shi p" is out of place,
but a boitlo of Dr. Bull's Couch Syrup in
the china clot-et, or any other handy place
is something that tverv sensible house
keeper likes to have. For croup, bronch
itis, sore ducts and colds, it is a prompt
, aud efficacious remedy.
A POSITIVE (JURE.
For Kv ry Form of .-kin mid Wood
Disease', from Pimples to Scrofula, j
I linv.i hud I'pnrla-tla f ir nine iix.ntha. Atinnt
live nioiitha uuo I npplU'd to - ilui-U'r ne ir It mioii,
who helped tin-, hill linfiit tutn.tely I hud to leave,
lull, continued tnklnff Ilia nedo-lue fir mt.rly
llnee nxinllia bill I lie illaenHti (11.1 rot leave,
a.w Mr. e'arpenler'a letter In the Philadelphia
Hecnid, and hi" niae erl'"CtN d-errilu-rt mine I
tried the Culleiiia IteiMdleH. tialng two bottle
Kesolvetit. mid Cntlrura and t'uiieurn Soap in
proportion, mid call myaeirc imileto'y , uro'i.
L F. li.VUNAUl),
ECZEMA TWENTY YEARS.
Cured. Not a Sijrn of its Reappearance.
Your Ciillcnra has dote a wonderful cure for
me more th in two yeura ano. Nut a a e'n f itn re
appenrai cu plnee. It ctited nn of a verv had
Kc.ema which bad Iroiioed ma for mure than
twenty yei.r". 1 flmll always apeak wu!I of Cull-
Cliro. 1 aen n greiii ueui im it
FKANK 0. SWAN, Drncillat.
PEST FOR ANYTHING.
Iliivltiu uaud yourCtith-nra Kmni-dlea for .)ie;lit"on
imititlia fur Tetter, and filially cured It, I am
anxliMH to t.'el It to nil It on coininifKliili. lean
leciimiiienil il beyond any runu-ilius 1 have ever
lined for Teiter. Itiirna. Cuts, etc. In fact, It lit Ihe
1) ui medio no 1 have ever tried f ir Huvtlilnu.
K. 8. UOUTON.
1 had a doy.-n bad ore upon my body, at d tried
all renieri'e I enuld hear or, und at last tried your
IVii-ura Kemeillee and Ihey have cured me.
J NO tlASKILT,.
Hebron, Thayer County, Penn.
Kver-aperlea or Ilchlnif, Hraly, Pimply. Scrofu
lous, Inti-rll-d and Contusion llunir. villi
Loss of llulr. cured by Ciitlcura It -solvent the
new Wood Purill T l.iternalli, and Ciitlcura and
C'nOcura Soap the creat hkin t'ure externa ly.
Sold everywhere. Trice. Culicura, 5) ceii!;
Soap, 'lb eenu; Resolvent, 81 ,
Potter liruir nd C-.cmlcul Co, Boston.-
1WAITTV V t Chapped aud Oily Kln,
Dlj.llJ a I euticira oaf.
SXKEZE ! SNEEZE !
SNEKZE. until y.mr
I eail seem ready to lly
oe; in t:l your nose mid
eye- tlischaruo excei-nve.
tiuautltle- of Mill), trrita
untf, watery ll nil; until
tour head aehes. mo'ith
and throat pa-ched, '.nd
blood at fut-r beat. Tills
Is an Ac no Catarrh, und
1 liisiimtly rellevel by
a single djse, and per
in u n -iit'y c i d y one
I ottlJ of Sanfor.iV. It .d-
lcul Cure fir Ciilarrh.
Complete. Treatment with Inhaler SI.
One bolt' liudlcal Oaro, one lios Catarrh Sol
vent, mid one Improved Inhaler, in one pucki-tre,
nuiy now h! had of all ditigi. ts for M 00. -.tk
fer San ford's l ud'eal Cure.
"TIih only absolute spec'flc wo km w of."
Med. Times "The lies', we bave found In it life
time of HHlf.-rlnf." Kev. Dr. Wic-jln. llis on.
-Altera lone striiit-le w Ih Catarrh, trio Kndxal
Cure his loiiquer tl." Rev. S. V. l nroe
Lewienuri.', i n. -l nae inn loutii aca-e mat it
did not relievo at once "Andrew Lee, Maucaea.
Potter Drug and Chomicnl Co., Roatnu.
For the relief and prevention,
the Instant It is applb-d, of rheu.
timtism, Neuralifla, 8 c I a t ic a
Couw'hs, Colds. Wea't linl
v n w a n
Stomal h anr! Howies. Hhootin-
I tone, Rtimneas, liysifrla, re
male Pulns, Palpitation, Dysnep
slu. Liver Como'alPt. Hlllou
Kever. Mular'a, mid lipldetnlcs,
use Collin's Plasters (mi tl- etrlc
i Lf.CTRI C
Ilatterv cotnl-liied ilha Porous
Piaster; and laii;h at pain. Sc
No such protective iiigalnst chllla and fever and
other tllsuuses of. a malarial type exists as Hos
teller's StiMiinch oilier. It relieves constipation,
liver disorders, rliftnnitllsin, kltlu-y and bladder
allniutit with rurtalnly and promptitude A
cuanuii, as rrtifyliii;as it Is corrplete, sooii takes
place lu lilt- uimeiirui c -, its well as the sensation,
or tho wuu aud huemra Invalid who mea thif
atandard promoter of health and streiifrth.
For aale by all ilmiglsts mi l dealers t'enemlly.
CAMPA LflN I
Tho Weekly liullctin.
l-if" JIubs of TEN for :'end name
WEAK, UNDEVELO PEP - PARTS
OK 'I'M K HUMAN holY KM, A ItOKI. .DKV Kir
OTko. N:.'HKM:l,', i.t., twn intnr.H,ng
ivTTTiTiwi'nit'Ml I'Hit,' rim in mn iniTiriily tn in
iiiinrw will hftfv U'M, tlwnt in iioTvTTnrTMf luini
v-rv ttjf hly iTl TmTu i r i wt mi imthiiiih injLv'Vft
t.ii1t'"irL'iH'UlHr'TmMtr iili' pitrt i7nTrmnM7TTTM?Tur
h Dr. KEAN.
HttVTri (Ji.AftC kr,, tlttigfttu (ks
Ni. Illhnlrm Ci.ab Sr.. Clilaatu I
Utillali.a IMli, la atlll (rutin all frl
v.ui, N.rvuua, Uliruule .uil SiiMlal dla
aa.a,ai.nii.u.rb(., lnMit.uc,owiual .
, tneapartly l, fftnal. illHa..., .to. Oia-
tlr. Kn la Ilia onlV iilijili-lau lu tlia
pliv Ih.l wajTBiita riir. ur ao nav. Ai
.( liluatratol laaia. ,w a.Oue siwrliaivua, U wall.
TUR TvfK S:1il venr opuiiP Hi'ptntnhur 10. A MtlH
try OdlU'nn wllh tnlvi'mlty pnw(m. J)t'pr'm'HU
I la.lt liufltiiiiipU.rf IMiittulattPU fiuamtcai mtA Kfl
ullsh. C'lrcularaof Capt. W P. Itailltlay and 1J.JI.
Ihistluwoou ana or siera r. w, uarciay, ua.
Oalllvher and It, II. Outinlnnhm, nl tbia city, or
ol COL. Ill KO. 11 TAT T, President.
Optnlng December 1, 1384; Closing May 31,1881
eNuita thb Avartcas or th
United States Government,
Appropriated by Ihe General Cuvarouient.
Contributed Uy the Citizenaof New Orleans.
Anuioprmted by Mexico,
Approiriated by the State of Louisiana.
AppropiinUd by the City of New Orleans.
From $5000 to $25,000,
Apju'j iiitid by innumerable States, CiUe
und l-'orciKii Countrica.
E.ciy SL'. and Tmtoy Tn tht Union rpr,ntd,
ar.d nvaty a. I tf L.aJmg Nations and
Countries ot tn ond.
The Blrjsst EnhiblLthe Blrrjcst Building and th
L.jjtjt Industrial Erent In th
a prt.it-Tt'i-s mtt kxhiuits At.asaotaitriiTiD
euvi k kmi:u anu a uuKjiau vaiuarv
Or aili.'Ki-ls IrliK lier-Kof AMY
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