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THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieve and cunt
Sorenett, Cut, Bruit,
And til other bodlljr ecbet
FIFTY CENTS I BOTTLE.
Sold by all nrucsrist and
DiHiiTH. lnrecUuu In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
IkWM to i. TOUIUiR CO )
J Baltimore. Md.,l'.a.A.
Crick. Spraina.Wreucne. lUu-u.
DUtlun, tieurakrla, fWrUtiea,
Pleurisy I'aina, antch In the
Side, Backacho, Swollen Julnu,
Heart llaae. Sore Muscles,
Pals In the Cheat, and all pain and ache cither local or
deep-amP-d are tuntantiy n llovetl and ipocilUy cured by
the well-known Hup I'lantrr. Ooniiouiidwl, aa It la, of
the medicinal virtues o( treh Hop, Gums, Ilalamj and
kjrtrwU, It U Indeed tht bat pain-killing, itimulatinfr,
ooihing and atrenpthi niwr Poroui Plarter ever mada,
Hop llatten are told by ail drutfgliUand country Korea,
K renu or are lor II w. i 1 1 S4 n
Mailed on receipt of H If S
lYoprletora and Manu
k iTCU'0 Ion tr uts iui bruith, our vtnuiAch anil liver
ilmjxrnrH br (UwWw StomnrTi unrl Llwr Pill". SSrta,
o fnch protective 'against r.hllla and fever end
Other diteasea of a malarial tvpu exlm an Hot
tetter' Stomach Hitter It ru'li-ve consttpntloo,
llr disorders, rheumatism, kltln y and bladder
ailment with ce-talnty and promp Itnde A
cnangc, aa n tifyingas it Is c -rplcto. arou takes
place la the aptcarmic-i, a well an the sensation,
of the wan and lineita d Invalid who ntc.a thin
etandard promoter of health and strength.
For aalo by all druggists an i dealer generally.
When debility, exhauated
poiveia, premature i'i'y
and fuuuro to perform lile'a
alulle properly are cauaud by
ex. i-e ea, error of youth, etc.,
will tiud a perfect and lasting
nmtoraiionto rohuat henltb
and vlirorom uitnhod fp
l.Ht nl A PS TON BOLUS.
Neither atninflfh druL-sinu nor
Innlnnneiil. ThiHtn atiuentof
V'rvi)iia ltebtllty and
lhvHll;lll llpril vianmfnrfiil
neeemfnl bernnae based cm perfect diaRnoaia,
Dew und dirt-et melhod and alur.lute Ihor.
niiahneaa. Full intnrniatinn and Treat io tree,
Aililreiia ( onault ing I'liyrtician of
MARSTON REMEDYC0..46W.14lhSL. Now York.
lUPfl t KB ft lliiMM
Bw,"""' It Ml ob the 1.1 Vfcll, BOWELS and
KIIIM:VS at the same time.
Beeauaa It cleanse the eyatem of the polaon
oua btunor that duvelope In Kidney and Uri
nary Dtaeaaea, BUlouaneaa, Jaundice, Conatlpa
tlon, Pilna, or In Boeumatlam, Neuraljrta, Hex
trout Iuorder and all Female Complaint.
urnuuu moor or mix.
IT WILL BUS ELS' CTOB
By canting TBJSX ACTIOS of all th erg ana
and funotiont, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
raatoTing the normal power to throw off diaeaao.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of th womt form of thcao tnrrtble dlaease
nav boeu quickly rulioved, and in aahort Uiua
PIUCI, 1. Ltql ID UK PHt, HOLD H DBICCUT8.
ITf can be aent by mall.
WZLU. E1CUAED80N Si Co,, liurlin-ton, Vt.
8 bcud atania (vt iJiarv Aluiuiic fur lha.
, Swept into the Stream.
One Thousand Acres of Land and
"Ititfit Smart of Bears."
On the deck of a bl MUilaaippI iteamboat
- tood an titcd Southern planter. Indicating by a
weep of bl arm the waver the boat wa panlng
over, he laid to a pufaenxer from the North:
"Whin I wai twelve year old I killed my flrt
beat on a new plantation my father wa then cut
ting out of a foro-t that, grew directly over the
water of thl bind. That wa a mighty Rood
plantation, a d there n right imirt of bear
there, fjo. But il,af oao thounand a".ro of land
"wont Into the M'i-ai,p yar ago."
' It it pnttlng no ttraln upon the flnre to ray
that great foreat. of yonthlul hope, worn nlv
beuty and manly UrutiKih ar. iwept In the .ami
way every year Into tl.e ureat, turbid torrent of
dlea and d.-ath. Yet it t,on d not be o. That
H If" J i dlanrar. . we , pHO ,
ar largely, too carnlea. or too atupld to delend
their ow i Intoreiii.-ihe mn-l precloua of which
la health. That none, all I KOne. Dlteaie la
a.mple. but to mckicMiioa or Un iranee, the
altnplvt thing might aa well bo r.ui.plex tla k
propntltlon in Conic Hcctioua. A tiio htiiie
Weatoro river, which to "ft-n flood the cit e.
long their aho ea. arlaa in a few niountnin a;, tine
aoall our allineni can be trared to Impure blooci
, and a email grnnp of disorders I organs.
Th nod off'ictlve aud Inelnilve remedy fur ilia
eaae.l I'AKKKIfS TUNIC. It uue to the
l tonrce of tial an 1 weaknosa, In responan to It
action, th llvr, k'nnova, atomaci and heart i
pin their work afre.h. and dowas I 1 n v- n on .
Th ToulA la cot, however, in Intoxicant, but
cure a Ielra or ttrong drink. H v. von dy
;' ppUi rhentnatlsm, or trouble which haverefua.
M to yitla tv oiuer agt u'.r uer.iijour oeip
i ii .ffiraipiin i
f f ft CELEBRATED
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All communications hould be addroaned to
IS. A. BUICHJCiT.
. Publisher and Proprietor.
of New York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cook County.
FOit CONGRESSMAN. SOto Diet.
F. E. ALBRIGHT,
t fr-And the balance of the Democratic ticket
We are authorized to annminco that Mr. Aniju
Lick ie an Independent candidatn for State At
torney of Aletaidur County. In the approachinK
November i lection.
We arc antbwzed tT announce William N. But
ler 4 the Uepiinlican candid ite fo- election to the
o'tlceoj State Attorney of Alexander County.
We ar antborizei to annonnca Oeore W. Hen
drlck, En.. a Independent candidate for tstute'a
Attorney of Alexander county.
Wu are antborlzcd to announce Mr. Alexander
H. Irvin as a i Indeocndut candidate for re
election to the ofti'e of circuit Clerk, In tne
ccminj( election lu .NovcmDcr,
We f.re aiKhorlzad to announce the name of
Richard Fitzcritld at a candidate for re-e ectinn
to tne office of Coroner at the enoulni! Noreinber
We are authorized to announce the name of
Thorn i B. Valldi e. of Siuta Fee Precinct, a an
Independent candidate for County Cotnu.hviouer
at the enoulng November elcctl n.
We are authorized to announce Geo. W. Sam-
mon. nf Thobe. a an Iudepe dent candidate for
County Coramimlonor of Alexander county, at the
eneutng November eie lion.
non. WM. K. MURPHY
will addrets the people at New Qrund Chain,
Wednesday, Oct, ili, at 1 p. m.; at Pulaekl, Oct.
2), 7 p. m.
Hon. GEO. W. n ILL,
Democratic candid ite for Bute Henator. will
addron the tieoDltt at the followlns tlrn and
place: EttHt Cape Uirardean, Tueaday, Oct. 21, at
1 p. cOI re' bchMl-houee, Tneedav, Oct.
21, at 7 p. m.l Thehe. Monday. O ;t. an. at 1 u. m t
Olive Branch, Aedneadav, Oct. 22, at 7 p. tu.j
Commercial Point, Thurtiday, Oct. 'ii, ai 1 p. in.
Hon. vM. HARTZELL:
Piuckneyvllle, Jlondsv, uct. 'J7. at 7 n. m
Tamaroa, Tu -sday, Oct. 2H, at 7 p. ni ; llarloti,
neun eu-iy, uct, yy, p, m.; uonoon, riiiirsoay,
Oct. 3 , 7 p. m : Anna, rrlday. Uct. HI, 7 p. in.;
Cairo, aturdai, Nov. 1,7 p.m.
INDEPENDENTS HARD AT WORK.
At the liendqunrters of the Independent
Republicans, No. 35 Nassau street, the
work of the executive committee ia increas
ing as the campaign draw to a close. A
dozen clerks were busy alt day yesterday
folding and mailing documents which have
been called for in this state and throughout
the countiy, but the work is Mill far be
hind the demand which is made on the
committee by disiffected Republicans.
Money for the ctmpaiga fund restricts the
work of the cotnn.ittee. An order wns giv
en yesterday for 1,000,000 more documents,
and these will bo distributed where they
will do the most good before election day.
Hitherto the bulk of the documents sent
out from the Independent headquarters
bave been Mr. Schuiz's speech and copiei
of the Mulligan letters. They hav been
negative, showing why good Republicans
should not support Bltiinc, instead ot giv
ing Bolid reasons for the election of Cleve
land. The new documents just ordered
are to to affirm ttive in their nature, and a
direct appeal to Republicans to vote f r
Cluvt-land. They will include the appeal
of the C'mimittec published in yesterday's
Times, a speech by James Freeman Clarke,
of Boston, nnd an argument in favor of
supporting the Democratic national ticket,
tiken from the columns ol the independent
Republican journals. Il is believed that
these papers will settle the ninds of many
Republicans who are now hesitating wheth
er to vote at all as they cannot consistently
The feeling at the Independent head
quarters is that Cleveland will be able to
carry New York by tho votes of disuffecttd
Republicans, provided tho Democrats stand
to their guns. Tho grcut number of letters
received from all over the Blato indicate
that at ut 25 per cent., or 133,000 of the
Republicans will refusu to vote tor Blaine.
Of this number it is estimated that about
50,000 will votefor Cleveland, 40,000 for
St. John, and tho remainder will either vote
for Butler or stay away from tho polls. It
is confidently believed that enough votes
will be given to Cleveland to more tlmn
overcome the plurality of 21,000 which
Oarfleld received ia the state in 1880.
N. Y. Times.
Tho special agents of the pension bureau
who bought votes for the Republican ticket
in Ohio by awtiring pension claimants that
in return for their political support their
claims would bo advened on the list and
adjusted at an early day ato uow at work
in Indiana. Others wero at work there
OAJRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOENINU O0IOBER 25, 1884.'
before the Ohio election. Those men have
access to the pension rolls and lists of ap
plicants, and after consultation with local
political managers they easily discover tho
names and residences of Democratic or
doubtful applicants to whom such argu
monts eta bo safely or effectively made
There -ire other indication that Blaine and
his lieutenants will work with all their
might ia Iudiana, where the Republicans
have had a marvelous organization aud
where doubtful voters have been made fa
miliar with corruption. . But of all plans
for th-' corruption of voters the plan adopt
ed by Dudley and his subordinates is tho
most disgraceful. No more infamous use
of public money and the public service for
the benefit of individual and a party has
ever been seen in a national election. Can
it be that tho President is willing that foul
work of this kind bhall be done! New
York Times. ,
Tho ovster interest in Now York em
ploys $20,000,000 capital and about
1 6. 000 men in tho wholesale trade
alone. Gotham's nvcrago daily con
sumption of tho bivalve is 35,000 bush
els. About COO German newspapers nro
published In tho United States, of
which 7 are in tho New England
btates, 208 in tho Middle States, 85 in
the Southern States, and 350 in tho
Mr. D. II. Elliott, whoso services in
the development of transportation fa
cilities have built up the Florida orange
trade, estimates tho crop ot 1884 and
1885 at a million boxes, against tho
650. 0U0 boxes of last season.
Tho qundricycle is tho namo given to
a wheeled vehicle invented by James
O. Brown, of Boston. It has two
small wheels in front and two largo
wheels behind. Tho inventor says
that it is far superior to tho bicycle or
There aro now in tho Treasury vaults
at Washington 13G. 000, 000 silver dol
lars, weigning nearly 5,000 tons. If
placed in ordinary coal carts, a ton in
each it would niaKo a continuous pro
cession fourteen miles long. Tho above
figures do not includo tho silver bullion
and fractional silver, of which there is
a thousand tons more.
Miss Nellio Arthur carries a doll.
When sho was with her father nt Kings
ton, N. Y., a woman said: "My good
ness! why does that big girl carry a
doll?" An answer was quickly given
by another woman, who said: "Well,
if tho Kingston girls would carry dolls
until they wore a little older instead of
running after tho boys beforo thoy got
their short dresses oil it would bo
much more to their credit."
What is clnimod to bo tho largest
grain elevator iu tho world baa been
oroctod at Newport News, Va., by tho
Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Company.
It is 90 feet wido, 88G feet long and
about 101 feet high, with cnglno and
boiler rooms 40xlu0 and 40 foet high.
Tho storngo of tho houso is 1,600,000
bushels, with a receiving capacity of
80,000 and a shipping capacity of 20,
000 bushels per hour.
Tho Chineso have what is termed tho
kite festival on tho ninth day of tho
ninth moon. Sometimes tho kites ro
serablo serponts 80 feet long, at other
times a group of hawks hovoring
around a center, all being suspended
by a singlo strong cord, but each kito
moved by a separate lino. Sometimes
tho kites aro cast adrift under the be
lief that they will carry away with
mem an pending aisastcrs.
A benevolent woman in Cincinnati !
has undertaken to supply poor, lonoly
bachelors in tho West with wives. For
1 sho will soud an applicant a list of
names of farmers' daughters with whom
ho oan correspond with matrimonial
intent If ho cannot, with this advan
tage, capturo a companion, ho ought to
bo doomed to everlasting loneliness.
Several ablo works on tho art of lottor
writing contain somo cll'octivo ammu
nition for this purpose. Having tho
girl's namo to begin with, ho has only
to tiro it at tho murk.
Coral fishing is largely followed in
Algeria, 40.000 to 45,000 pounds of cor
al, valued at about i'DS.OOO, being tho
yearly production; La Callo is tho cen
ter of this industry, and thero are em
ployed annually 160 boats and 1,800
men. Tho coral is obtained by moans
of a wooden apparatus in tho. shapo of
a cross, having in its center a louden
slug or stono for ballast. Nets, tho
meshes of which are looso, aro hung
on tho bars of tho cross anddraggod at
Iho bottom ot tho sen, and among tho
crevices of tho rocks. These nets,
winding about tho coralino plant,
break up or tear offits brunches, which
adlioro to the mushes. The apparatus
Is drawn up by the fishermen whenev
er ho thinks It sullleieutly laden. Thoro
is also a net which Is provided with
largo iron nails, having thus great
forco to bronk tho coral, but this ap
paratus is forbidden to bo used.
Tho Itluhtai of IncltrlutoM.
APeekHklll liiiin was awarded $2,500
for damages to his person, reculvod by
falling In a hole In tliu street. Tho
caso was appealed to tho Suprmno
Court, whero it was argued tho man
was drunk when Injured. In Ills de
cision Chief Justice Barnard says: "I
don't think a man is guilty of contrib
utory nogligonco If ho guts drunk and
falls into a hole. A man wants a good
street to walk in if he docs get drunk."
Public sentiment will uphold this do
decision. The Chief Jusilco might
havo gone still further, and said that a
man never ueods a good street so much
as when ho is drunk. Whon ho is sob
er ho nitty avoid pit-fulls, holes, and
obstructions although ho duos not al
ways succeed In doing no but whon
"under tho iiilluenco" ho Is not rospou
siblo for tho bad condition of tho thor
oughfares. Ho has enough to do to
manago tho "tnnglo-fooi" part of this
affair without turning himself into an
object lesson to lllmtnitu tho careless
ness or criminal negligence of thoso
otllelnl persons whoso business it is tu
see that, tho streets aro kept In proper
condition. In other words, drunken
men havo rights which street commis
sioners aro bound to, respect. N. Y.
Com, A k
A Sironpo Pjippricnce,
I had a strangj uxprience on Sat
urday," said a young man who is con
nected with ono of tho largest tobacco
establishments in the city to a reporter
of tho J'lM'icau nceotlv. "1 wits
struck by llghtuhig, ami t!!i!n't kuc.v
it struc': by a piece ( Um u'erbolt,
and nevtr kuew what bit,rtit. I was at
my desk at the storo working lifco a
Turk, getting the books in suaoe. Yon
remember how tho rain came down,
and how bright tho lightning was for a
few minutes. Tho back door was
open, and there was qtiito a draft in
tho room, as tho cool air felt very
pleasant All of a sudden that un
usually sharp flash of lightning came.
I felt a sharp smack just over my right
eye, as if something had hit mo, or,
perhaps bettor, as if a boo or wasp had
lit thero for a socond and stung mo. It
naturally scared me, and 1 jumped
from my seat and looked around iu
rather a dazed manner, trying to think
what had happened. One of tho mem
bers of tho firm, who had been
partially blinded by tho Hash, saw me
start and called out to mo to know
what was tho matter. I could give no
explanation at first but finally ex
plained to him that I had felt a sharp
smack upon tho forehead. Ho looked,
and, Buro enough, thero ho found a
bright red mark, which appeared as if
it had been mado by u sharp ran with
tho end of a ruler. "lie then told mo
that ho had folt a shock himself, and,
moro than that, ho had soon tho light
ning playing in tho storo, making" as
it were, a passage from tho front door
through tho back. I examined the mark
on my forehead afterward, but could
discover nothing peculiar about it.
There was a slight pain for a while,
but it soon passed away, aud an hour
afterward there was not a sign of tho
mark left I am confident I was struck
by lightning, but I believe I am prob
ably the luckiest man who ever had
that misfortune. I believe in tho adago
that lightning never strikes twice "in
tho same place, and shall occupy that
seat at my desk with a greater senso of
security than I ever possessed beforo."
"And thero was no noiso about it
nothing like a smash?"
Not a "smash." Baltimore Anuri-can.
Sitka Jack's l'otlatcli.
Sitka Jack's house is a larc square
ono fronting directly on tho beach, and
during his absence at Pyramid Har
bor tho square hoarthstono in tho .mid
dle is kept warm by the relatives ho
has left behind him. When this houso
was built, in 1877, it was warmed by a
grand potlatch or feast and gift dis
tribution thnt distanced all previous
cllbrts of any rivals. An Alaska chief
is considered rich in proportion as ho
gives away his possession, and Sitka
Jaol: roso an hundred-fold in Siwash
esteem when he gave his grand pot
latch. All his relatives assisted in
building the house, and this same com
munity idea entitles them to livo iu it
Over 500 blankets wero given away at
his grand potlatch, and Uio dauco was
followed by a great feast, in which
much whisky and native hoochinoo iig
urod. Ben liolladay, Sr., with a largo
yachting party, was in the harbor ut
tho time, aud lent interest to tho oc
casion by offering prizes for canoo
races and adding a water carnival to
tho other festivities. Sitka Jack near
ly beggared himself by his great sproad
but hiv fanio was settled on a substan
tial basis, nnd lie has since had timo to
partly recuperate. Ho has aged rapid
ly of lato years, and now ho delights to
crouch by his fireside in winter oven
lugs and relate tho story ot his great
potlatch of seven years ago.
A Had Disappointment.
At Saoraniento, tho other day, a man
was on his last legs with pneumonia.
His lifu was insured for several thous
and dollars, and it appeared to him a
little tough that he was to get no fun
out of all this money. Determined to
do tho bost ho could under tho circum
stances, ho mado a will that ho thought
would cover a portion of tho ground.
His will provided that at his funeral
every hack in town should bo employ
ed, and all of his friends and acquaint
ances invitod to attend and tnko a rido
afterward. All who attended wero al
so invited to participate in a grand
banquet in tho evening at tho hotel, at
which a brass bund, which should load
tho funeral procession, was to enliven
the occasion with music. After mak
ing his will ho wns so tickled with tho
idea of tho whole nll'air, as ho could
boo it in his mind's cyo, and with a
thought of what a largo slico of tho in
surance he was thus having tho fun of
sponding, that lie at once began n to
mend, ami in spite of himself got well.
Now ho Is ns far as ever from tho in
surance money, and mourns tho loss of
tho grand banquet, the brass baud and
tho other big tilings that were to miiko
his funeral a notable event Territor
Don't Spill the Milk.
'There is no use crying over spilled
milk," says the old S'tw. If you aro not
only balil, but have no life iu the roots of
your hair, there Is no use crying over that,
litl cr. Tuke both time and yourself by
the forelock while I here is a forelock left.
Apply Parker's llsir Balsam to your hair
bcloro matters get worse.. It will arrest
tlm falling off ol your hair and restore Its
origiual color, gloxs and softness. It is a
perfect drowsing withal, clean, Vit.li ly per
turned, cools and heals the i-culp,
Cln'iip ItouifM iu Ai'lutHH mi l Texas
Along I lie lit it of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Ra lway, Texas nnd
Pacillo Railway and international i.nd
Client Northern Kailrotul, are thousands ol
acres of the choicest f irming and gmziNU
lands iu the world, ranging iu pi lcu Irom
13.00 to $;00 and $1.00 per acre, In a
healthy country, with climite tinsurpacsed
for tt'tlubrity and m in furl. Send yiiur ad
dress to tho undersigned for a c.t py nf uta
tistics of crops ruined In ArkancM nid Toxuf.
in 1882, and makeup your mind f ) go W.
sue for yotirslf when you learn I hut the crop
for 1883 is no per cent larger th in Ih'it of
1882. To thofu purch islng land owned by
tho Comptiny, and paying one fourth, one
half, or allr,anh, a propot tlonstn rebate is
allowed formoney paid fortlcketr or freight
over Hid Companies line. .
H. C. TowNsKNt), Qen'l Pass. Agt.
Bt. Louis, Mo.
A POSITIVE CURE.
For F.vry form of ."kiu mil Blood
Disease, from Pimples to Scrofula.
I bavahad Porla! fur nine month Abont
Ave month ago I applied to . doctor neir B ..ton.
who helped me, hut uufort inately I had to leave,
but continued tnklng hi n cdlrlno for n rly
three month but the dlte did rot leave. I
aw Mr. Carpcuter' letter In the Philadelphia
Kecord, and hi cao perfcto d.-acrihed mine. I
tried the Cntlcura Rce.edle. lining two bottle
Ke.olvunt, and Cutlriiia and Cuilnirt Seay In
proportion, and ra I uij If c uip'eteiy .-tire '.
L F. BARNARD.
EtZEMA TWENTY YEARS.
Cured. Not k Sign of its Reappearance.
Yonr Cntlcura lia- done a wonderful cure for
me mora than two year ago. Not a en .if it re
atipear.ii co tluce. It cnied mi of a verr bad
Eczema which bad tronh ed mr for n'ore than
twenty yi nr. I .bill alwny apcuk well of Cntl
cura. I ich a grtu' di al nf it.
BEST FOR ANYTHING.
Having nse ' your Cntletira i:e'ied!i't for 'chteun
month for Tetter, and fli.ally cured It, J an
anil. .us to gel It to e!l it t.n coiumlMlon. lean
lecommetid It t.etond any remedies I have ever
u.ed for Tetter. Htirn. Cm, etc. In f tct, it ia the
b- t medio nu I have ever tri' d f r Mivthlntr
, h. 8. I10UTON.
Myrtle, M e.
I had a doznn bad sore upon my body, at d trie d
all reined V I rotild hear of. and at l-t tried j our
Ctltit ura Renicdlei aud they have cured me.
Hebron, Thayer County, Penu.
Ever specie of Itching. S aly. Pimply. Hrohi
lou. Inherit-d aid t oiiIsl'Ious Hum t. with
Loa of Hair. cnrd by Cntlcura it Holv.-nt the
new Wood Portlier ieternallv, and Cntlcura and
Cuticnra Ponu .the ri-at sain Core ext-rnalv.
to:d everywhere. 1'r'ce. Cuticurv, M cent':
Soap, 2') cent ; lleaolvent. f 1 .
Potter Drug mid C .etntcal Co , lloaton.
TR A T IT V Vr ''nM'Ped Oily Sk'n.
DlJ.UJi 1 ( uMcira on.
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