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THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cook Connty.
FOR CONGRESSMAN. 20tb Diet.
P. E. ALBRIGHT,
tAnd the balance of the Democratic ticket
We aro authorized to announce that Mr. Angni
Leek U an Independent candidate for Slate's At
torney of Alexander County, In tho approaching
We are authorized to annonnce William N. But
ler at tne Republican candidate for eluctlBn to the
oaiceoj state .Attorney or Alexander Connty.
We are authorised to announce 0 corse W. lien
drlcke, Eeq., a Independent candidate for btate'a
Aiiorney oi Alexander county.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Alexauder
u. irvln ai an Independent candidate f r re
election to the olll-.e of Circuit Clerk, In the
coming eiecuoc iu aoveinncr.
We aro authorized to announce tho namo of
liicnara r itzgurma aa a candidate for re-electlvn
to the office of Coroner at the ensuing November
We are authorized to annonnce the name of
unomtt a. Valletie. of Santa Fee Precinct, ai an
Independent candidate for County Commie, loner
a. vue coming novcmDer ciectln.
We are authorized to announce Oeo. W. 8am
moni. of Tbebee. at an Independent candidate for
County Comnii,. loner of Alexander county, at the
coining November ele tlon.
Hon. WM. K. MURPHY
will addre.i the pop!e at New Grand Chain,
Wedneiday, Oct, 22, at 1 p. m.; at Pulankl, Oct.
&M, 7 p. m.
non. OEO. W, HILL,
Democratic candidate for Utile Senator, will
addrea. the people at the following tlm'-e and
rlacea: Ea,t Cape Uirardeau, Tuesday, Oct. 21, at
p. m.; cCl re kclDol-houne, Tueedav, Oct.
21, at 7 p. m.; Tbebe,,. Monday, Od. so, at I p. m ;
Oiive Branch, eme.dav, Oct. iW. at 7 p. m.;
Commercial Point, Thureday, Oct. 23, at 1 p.m.
Hon. M. H.ARTZELL:
1'lnckncyvHie, Mondav, Oct. 27, at 7 p. m.;
Tamaroe,Ta-,day. tM. 48, at 7 p. m : Marlon,
Wedn id ay, Oct. 29, 1 p. m.; Cobden, Thumday,
Oct. J , 7 p. m : Anca. r'riday. Oct. 31, 7 p. m.;
Cairo, -alurda), Nov. 1, 7 prut.
NOW FOR NEW YORK.
The result of the election in Obio yes
ttrdy is a drawn battle, with a slight ad
intake to the Democracy. Tho Republi
can, although cautious in their estimates
during tho last few days, felt confident of
a majority far t receding tho October ma
jority of 19,000 in 1880.
They had some ground for their confi
dence. They used more than 1 1,000,000
illegitimately in theita'e. Iilalne'e mag
netisra was believed to bo good for 20,000
They repeat their victory of tenty-eiyht
years in the state, but their majority is re
duced, and they hevo the disturbing ele
ment of St. John's spirited canvass threat
ening them next month.
Blaine is shown not to be tho truo heir of
Garfield. Despite the money of Jay Oouldi
Huntington, Morton, Field, Sago and the
star routo expectants, ho has probably only
about half the majority of the Garfield
The result is what the World expeeted
It changes tho buttle ground from a Re
publican strongholJ, which has stood un
shaken in Presidential years for twenty
eight consecutive years with a reliable av
erage Republican majority of 20,000 to a
Democratic state with a glorious record.
New York again becomes the battle
ground for the Presidency New York
with its glorious list of Democratic victor
ies; for Daniel D. Tomjikins, DeWitt Clin
ton, Martin Van Bureo, William L. Mnrcy,
Silan Wright, Horatio Seymour, John T.
Huffman, Pumuel J. Tildon, Lucius Robin
son, and lastly Grover Cleveland with his
splendid nujority of 102,0001
The Empire stato will provo truo to its
record. It has tried Grovcr Cleveland and
found him faithful to his trust. It will
give him its electoiul vote as it gave it to
Horatio Seymour and Samuel J. Tilden,
and as it would have given it to Hancock
tut for admitted corruptions.
New York is sure for Cleveland and Now
York means victory t-N. Y. World.
BAD ON BLAINE.
Am Mr. Conkling is said to havo re
marked yesterday, "This has been a pretty
bad week for Mr. Blaine." Whatever ef
fect his personal canvass .may bo bavin? In
, Ohio, it is not helping his cauno any in
Ibis part of tho country. For tho past two
' weeks, tod especially during tho present
week, the steady dropping of his chances
baa been very perceptible. This has been
due mainly to the repeated disclosures con
cerning hit record and the growing list of
Itia falsifications concerning them, The
Hocking Valley lie alone ought to be dam
aging enough to defeat him. Yesterday's
demonstrations in this city showed that two
powerful elements here are working enthu
siastically in opposition to lain. The Wall
street meeting shows that the business men
who cast the decisive vote for Garfield in
1880 will givo their support to Cleveland
this ytar. This evening's parade of 20,000
or more Democrats in lino shows that the
Democratic party hore is not only practic
ally unanimous in support of Cleveland
but that it has been thoroughly organized
We believo it will appear presently that al
through this stuto tho.Democratic organiza
tion bus been very thorough, and that while
tho Cleveland managers havo been making
much less noieo than their opponents, they
have been doing much more real work.
In a total poll of 750,000 the Republi
cans secured, In a state which has gone
Republican every Presidential year siuco
1852, a plurality of less than ten thousand
That is to say, a change of flva thousand
votes would have lost them the stato, In
1880 they carried it by nineteen thousand.
But it is not at all certain that the
Blaine people can hold these five thousand
votes Jin .November. At least seven or
eight thousand prohibitionists voted for tho
state ticket, because a leading candidate
was a prohibitionist. They may conclude
to vote for Mr. St. John, their own candi
date, in November.
Several thousand anti-Blaine Republi
cans voted for the state ticket but will vote
against Mr. Blaine and for" Governor Cleve
land in November.
It will be difficult for the Blaine men to
repeat the scandalous deputy marshal busi
ness in Cincinnati, and it is not probable
that they can afford to swamp the stato
with money again, because- they have too
many other doubtful states to deal with.
On the whole, Ohio must be regarded as
a doubtful state. Ohio Democrats should
not be discour.iged. N. Y. Herald.
To OCR way of thinking, there 1ms been
nothing more unique in this most peculiar
of all Presidential campaigns than the ap
peal signed by President Woolsey, Judge
Noah Davis and others, urging Prohibition
ists to vote for Mr. Blaine, and requesting
the withdrawal of Mr. St. John. The re
quest to Mr. ;St. John is, of course, a mere
form, the real purpose of the appeal being
to whip into the Republican ranks those
whose principles have led them to desert
the party of their youth. The reasoning
adduced to show these deserters tho error
of their way is almost ridiculous Inde
JlcutlriK Jay Ooul.l.
Nelson Morris, of Chicago, is tho
Hebrew ten millionaire of that city.
When a boy he was a laborer on a
farm. Somo years ago Mr. Gould was
in control of tho Erie Road, and deter
mined to secure a monopoly on Eastern
cattle shipments. He sent for Nelson
Morris, then a powerful but not so well
known cattlo shipper as to-day. Mor
ris said the first thing to bo dono was
to secure terminal facilities for tho cat
tlo. Mr. Gould remembered that a
particular burden on his hands wero
thirty ncres of swampy, good-for-nothing
land in Jersey City. lie converted
this into cattlo yards and bonded it for
1 200, 000, making tho Erio Road guar
antoo tho bonds. Then ho issued as
much stock, which, having no value,
was generously distributed freo to all
cattlo shippers throughout tho West
Ho mndo an agreement in which Mr.
Morris was entitled to ship cattlo to
New York for ono year, at tho rato of
$1 per car. Mr. Morris used bis inlhi
enco extensively, nnd sent 300 car-loads
of cattlo per week over tho Erio Road,
at a profit of about f GUO.WO for tho
year, which went into his own pocket.
At tho termination of tho contract ho
suod tho road for $200,000 damages for
delaying cattle, which Mr. Gould gavo
him nvthor than endanger tho preced
ence which tho road had sucurnd in
such shipments. It is said Mr. Gould
gavo up beaten for once, but remem
bered with joy that ho had sold his
land at a clear profit of all It brought.
New York (Iruphic, B
Pay J)urlrnt the 1 evolution.
Tho scalo of compensation was at
tho extreme, of moderation. In no do
groo, however, in tho ubsonco of valuo
to tho currency in which it was rated,
could pay have boon invostod with tho
attraction of reward. Yet it is sub
mitted as not devoid of Interest, To
tho oillco of dlroetor of tho militnry
hospitals was attached tho pay of
per month, two rations, ono for Horvunt
ttnd two of forage; to that of tho chief
physician and surgeon of tho army,
M0pt month, two horses mid wagon,
and two rations of forago; to each of
tho threo chief physicians and sur
geons of tho hospitals, $110 per mouth
and two rations; to tho purveyor, f llio,
and his Assistant $75 per mouth; to tho
npolhocary, iao per month, and his
two assistants, foil por month ouch; to
tho llftoen hospital physicians and
urgoons 12'J per month each, nnd to
each of tho twenty-six nialos f 50 per
mouth Tho stewards reuulvud each
135 por month; tho clerks nnd storu
kcopors f 2 por day; tho seven matrons
60 cents each and a ration per dav; tho
thirty nurses each 2 shilling and a ra
tion a day, and tho ordorlicx, If sold
iers, 1 shilling and a ration, and If eltl
zmis 2 shillings and a ration it day.
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GLIMPSES OP ALASKA
Aw Iu I Smell Ink PI hoc FUhlnjr
for Salmon Trout In Northern
This intrlcato llttlo placo, Rod bay,
was known to tho Russian traders lotlg
ago and called Krasnaia bay, but it was
only this spring that a packing-houso
was bum ana tno shining silver salmon
decoyed into soinos. It Is a beautiful
little placo, bidden away on tho edgo of
tills groat island, and Its air must bo
restful to tho nerves. Tho beating of
tho ship s paddle-wheels could be
heard lor miles' in such quiet, land
locked waters, and tho steamer's
whistlo gavo warning of its prcseneo
long beforo it roundod tho last bends
in tho bay. Novortholcss, thero wero
no signs of life or excitement about tho
lishery, and tho two mon in sight and
nt work on tho boach did not even turn
their heads to look at tho largo ocean
stoamer bearing down toward them.
No freight seomed ready, neither boats
nor canoes put out, and the passengers
longod to bo listeners when the captain
and purser wont ashore iu tho lirst
gig and held parley with tho easy
going lisherman on shore. When wo
followed in tho next boats tho spicy
part of tho interview was over, and wo
simply found that Red bay was tho
most awful-smelling 'placo in Alaska,
tho beach a dirty quugmiro covered
with kelp and bonds and tails of sal
mon, and tho Indians a hard and
lierco-looking sot. Tho captain had
only tho pleasure of tho scenery and
tho excitement of somo skillful pilot
practice for going in thero, ns tho lone
lisherman bad no salmon ready to ship
after all his requests for tho steamer
to call on tho July trip.
Ouco out of tho tortuous channel and
along tho shoro somo miles, wo anch
ored at tho mouth of Salmon creek,
where a lighter lay ready loaded at tho
packing-house and 325 barrels of sal
mon wero towed out to tho ship and
ptt on board as tho result of tho first
catch of tho lirst year of this new fish
ery. Thero was an eucrgetic proprie
tor running that establishment, and ho
welcomed tho boat-load of visitors on
shoro and led us over a half-acre of
shavings into tho sido door of tho
packing-house. A prying man of tho
party spied a treat strinrr of salmon
trout on tho floor and raised hysterical
shrieks. "Oh! that's nothing," said
tho proprietor, coolly; "a little mess I
caught for tho captain of the ship. Tho
creek is full of them out here. This
Injun will get you somo lines." A
veritable war-whoop followed tho an
nouncement, and the anglers broke
into a war dance, circling at all hands
around, doing tho pigeon-winrs and
chains in sucii a frenzied manner that
tho astonished Indians crept up on tho
barrels and sat gaping and trembling
in their blankets at tho sight of their
uncivilized whito brethren.
Tho Indians brought the fish lines.
with common hooks and small stones
tied on for sinkers, and tho anglers
wero rowed out in an old scow and
anchored not fifty feot from the lish
house. It was not artistic lishiii2 with
fancy flies, and anglers with pat
ent reels and nets would havo looked
scorn at tho llttlo group steadily pull
ing in an me nungry trout tltat snap
ped at the bits of salmon or salmon
eggs hung out to them. An old Indian
and a small boy camo paddling around
in a leaky canoe, and wero prsscd into
service to cut bait for tho busy fisher
men. As tho trout flopped into tho
scow faster than ono a minute, wild
shouts rent the air, and tho Siwash ad
justants joined in tho yells that would
have frightened off anything else in
scales out theso untutored Alaska
trout. The flopping fish splashed and
spoiled tho clothes of the fishermen,
but they never heeded that, nnd a
tally-keeper was installed on tlio flour
bags and barrels at tho end of tho
scow. Tho excitement was communi
cated to idlers who had staid on tho
ship, nnd soon a second boat put out
for tho fishing ground, full of wild
eyed anglers anxious to join in tho
carnival. They anehorod near tho
scow, and their eflorts wero received
with shouts of derision as they bean
pulling in devil-fish, load-fish, sculpin.
skate, and marino curious enough to
stock a museum beforo a singlolrout
was hooked. Tho Indians camo down
and sat iu solemn rows on the logs on
tho shoro to watch tho crazy whito
fishermen, and they made pieturesquo
groups that wero repeated in tho glassy
mlrrror of water beforo them. Ono
old follow in a rod blanket niado a liuo
point of color against tho thick golden
green wall of spruco trees on tho shore,
und children and dogs gavo a char
acteristic fringe to all the groups.
When tho last lighter put out for tho
ship tho linos wero wound up, and tho
tally-keeper on tho flour-bags read tho
record of tho barrel tons. Tho two
mon, ono small boy, and the bravo
croaturo in six-buUoji gloves who bait
ed nnd tended her own hook caught
altogether 110 trout in tho hour and a
quarter at anchor in tho old scow. Tho
weight wns GO pounds, and tho fisher
men wero wild with gioe. Tho ono
fuir angler and tho tally-kooper having
mopped the slimy boat and the pilo of
llsh with their dresses and then sented
themselves on llour-oags, had full
views of tho fishing sceno photographed
on every breadth of their "gowns.
"What shall I do with my dress?" asked
ouo of them when she runchod tho calm
nnd woll-drossod company on deck, and
ft choorful woman said brusquely! "1
guoss you'd better fry it, now that it is
dlppod in batter." Cor. St, Louis
From tho days of Cortez, in 1521,
down to tho beginning of this contury,
nnd even to tho present tinm, except
when Interrupted by revolution, tho
Mexican silver mines havo poured forth
an unceasing stream of silver, such as
tho world has never soon. It is esti
mated that tho valuo of tho silver coiu
nnd bullion produced In that country
tdnco tho conquest is over :i, 000, 000,
000, and It Is well known that somo of
tho mines havo been profitably workod
almost without Interruption lront that
day to this, and that ono of them at
least is still miming out silver at tho
rato of over f. 1,000,000 per year. Phil
Tho London Mumf'n has discovered
that "dlvorco Is now so common In the
Hulled Slates that married people be
gin to look at tho matter very much a
sorvauts regard a chango of ulaco."
Tim Capriole Women.
ihufaprlote women, says tho Lon
don World, aro almost invariably hand
some and healthy looking. In tho
course of half an hour's walk you will
distinguish in tho women and girls you
meet puro spoeimens of Pl;ctieoiiui,
. Roman, Sameon, Spanish, and Greek
typos, survivals of tho various conquer
ors of the island. But what strikes mo
mostly Is tho statuosquo graeefulne s
of theso girls in all of thoir movomeni s.
llowcvor moan her occupation, whether
it bo carrying building stone or climl
ing a laddor with a pail of mortar en
her head, tho Caprioto girl will always
bo graceful, and tho linos of her body
in motion will always call up reminis
cences of Greek art. This fact, togeth
er whh tho scenory of tho island, tho
delicious climate, and tho cheapness of
living, has made Capri a favorite resort
of artists of all nations.
Several artists havo wived with wo
men of this country thoir former mod
elsand settled down to astrango half
wild and half civilizad existence.19 Oili
er residents who, for various reasons,
have settled in Capri, have likewiso
taken unto .themselves spouses from
among tho women of tho country, and
as theso residents belong to all nation
alities, with perhaps a majority of Anglo-Saxons,
you may imagine what a
curious, heterogeneous, and thorough
ly unconventional affair Cypriote ''so
ciety" is. A man who has had tho
forco of character to cut himself off
from tho life of cities nnd to como and
live, year in and year out, in beautiful,
calm, and sleepy Capri, is a widely differ
ent creature from the ordinary mortal for
whom it is supremo bliss lo lake an ex
cursion train to Heme bay, whore he
sits upon tho beach, binds a green ban
dana round his head, and reads tin
Morning l'ost. All the foreign resi
dents in Capri arc characters who
would repay study, and their ideas and
manner of living would not prove an
ungrateful subject for tho novelist.
A Headdress of Spouse
Did I not tcli you somo time ago,
when I was writing up mushroom in
satin, that if you waited long enough I
would find something lower still than
that vegetable to deeorato your heads
with? and lo! tho useful sponge turns
up just in tho nick of time, as a fashion
caprice, when the world seemed to havo
yielded up its last-to-be-thought-of or-,
nament in tho shape of fungi.
It's quito funny, as Lou Harrison
would say, "very, very funny," this
idea of wearing on your head the same
thing with which you wash your head;
but still tho ffpongo as a novelty is im
mense would it bo more immense
should the wearer of the same be caught
In a shower.
As it is, the sponge is cut flat, and
decorated with loops of gold thread
stuck into tho holes, as it would be, it
would swell up uttder that shower,
making the head appear as a cabbage,
tho golden loops retiring as animal
cuii within their soft cases. Oil! I
would give well, all I have iu my
purse a new nickel to see the courage
ous woman who would go out in a rain
storm with a sponge on tho top of her
pate. Nevertheless, being la mode,
you can make io spongo chapeau
awfully cheap. Par example, I site old
men carrying baskets full of theeoarso
kind along toe streets. These are per
fectly worthies as washers, but for
capoU oh m ! Think of It! You can
beat down tlio man, who asks ten cents
apiece, into giving you two for lii'ieen
cents; four bits worth of gold thread,
judiciously g tu'd in loops into each
hole; a yard or two of mock lace,
touched up with a little gold bronze,
and you have u bonnet lit for anyone.
Even Lingtry might bo proud of tho
Fifty years ago a Boston man wrote
of the new railroads: "The rich nnd
poor, tin: educated and ignorant, the '
polite and vulgar, all herd together in
this modern improvement in traveling
:iL,d all this for the sako of do
ing verv uncomfortably in two days
what would bo done delightfully ia
eight or ten days."
How they Walk.
Sufferers who have iain bed-ridden from
five to ten years, cripples who used crutch
es for a lengertime, testify to being cured
by St. Jacobs Oil, the mag cal puin-healer.
No filch priitcctlvu 'iwilrmt clilllg and fuvur nnd
other UlKiiHci of a inalarlHl typo exlutu a lion
tutter'x (Stomach lllltnrs. It rvli vua conntlpatlon,
liver dliMirilur, rhemniitlion, kliln y and blaildur
aliments with certainty and promptitude. A
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place In the apprarntic t, hr wull aa tho ponvution,
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