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.Twer and ague, btllou remittent, dyspepsia and
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All commnulcstlons should l aildreisd
K. A. HlUtNK TT,
rahliKlier and 1'roorlctor,
of Kew York.
FOR VICE PftCSIDKNl".
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cuok County.
FOH CONGRESSMAN, sota D.st.
F. E. ALBRIGHT,
of Murphy tboro.
tBTAnd tho bilance of the Dem w.itic ticket
We are authorized tn annnnnrn (hat Mr. Anirti.
I'Rok 1 an Independent candidate for State's At-
mrncy or Alexander county, in tho approaching
We aro anthorlr.ed to annonnco William N. nut
op at the UoDublican candlil ito for eluctiun to the
oracooj Mate Attorney of Alexander County.
We are authorized to announce Oeortra W. TIn
drlcks. Esq,, aa Independent candidate for State's
Aiiuruey oi Alexander county.
We are authorized to annnnnr.ti Mr. A1rAnilr
fl. Irvin as at Indenenddnt r.Rnrildaia for r.
election to tho otlloe of Circuit Clerk, in tne
coming electloc iu November.
Wo are authorized to annnnnrn thn name of
Richard Fitzgerald as a candidate for rn e'ert.iun
to the office of Coroner at the ensuing November
We are authorized In Annnnnra tha nam of
Thomns U. Valletie. of Santa Fee Precinct, as an
Independent candidate for Couutv CauimiBtioner
at the ensuing November eloctl n.
Wo are authorized to announce Geo. W. Sam-
JKiDS.tif Thebes, a.au Iudc'DOi.dent candidate for
County Commissioner or Aloxand ir county, at the
ensuing November ele tlou.
Special Correspondence to Tha Bulloiin.
Washington, Oct. 31. All Washington,
ant by that I menn the official and social
life of tho capital, hits been to the races the
past week. Too rtico season is indeed a
gala time for the denizonB of this social
and political center. Fashion, with its
modern tastes, is a great patron of the turf,
and fashinU nowhere rules . with greater
sway than hero at tho capital of the nation.
Hero comparatively great proportion of
the population can afford to enjoy them
selves without regard to cost. Ergo, they
all go and lose their money. Heads of the
departments, chiefs of bureau, down to the
$900 clerk, may all besetn hovering about
tho book-makers, or posing on the quarter
stretch for the admiration of the ladies in
the grand stand, while the diplomatic dudes
promenade with usual wont in front of the
crowd. As they strutted up and down,
they seemed to feel that every eye was upon
them ; nor were they mistaken. The cut of
their trowers, shape of their collars and
fashions of their neckties aiforded a good
deal of amusement. - The diplomat is of a
peculiar class of genus homo, both in his
face and dress, for he seems to present in
combination tho fashions of Paris, London,
Berlin aud St. Petersburg. Attorney-
General Brewster's carriage is always a
conspicuous point in tho in-fleld, and this
year the old man was there in all his glory.
Apropos of theracib, the fact has lately
developed that there are as many fino
teams and handsome equipages in Wash
ington aB are to bo found anywhere. Time
was when a handsome turn out of fine span
of horses was a rarity upon the ktreets, and
one involuntarily turn to look after tho un-
usuitl siht. Now, however, such a state
of things no longer exists. Tho miles of
asphalt and smooth paving during the sea
son aro fairly alive, the elegant teams
driven for the best part by their respective
owners. General Beale, on his fine farm
just outside of the city limits, kecosio
many fine horses thut, were he so minded,
it would bo pnesiblo to appear with a new
team every day for a considerable length
of time. President Arthur li.ia h.nri
four-in-hand team of bays. His favorite
steed, however, is a largo powerful gray,
mounted upon which it is no infrequent
sight to see him riding quietly along
unfrequeuted country road, half the time
his own thoughts for solo companions. In
the president's stable is a lovely littlo black
maro which formerly served Mrs. Arthur
as her saddlo horse, and to this fact is. duo
tho placo of prominence awarded and the
great amount of care lavished upon her.
Adjudging that tho equino personnel of
tho capital may not bo uninteresting to
your readers, I am reluctant to pass over
the subject without mention of some other
high-steppers. The cabinet is well repre
sented, Secretary Frelinghuysen owning a
pair of blooded bays, while Secretary Chan
dler rides behind a bay nnd a sorrel, the
check reins of which are held by a liveried
driver, a footman, also in livery completing
mis very styimii turnout. The toam bo
-...v. ,vu auBuineiur uwnerai uresnam
Miles is pur Qf grays, these being furoliili
ed by tho government. Btys seem cenor
i siiijr hj unvt me proierunce, Don Cameroa
II- V ,. . . "
I owng haodsome pair, and Professor
UA1K0 BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOltNINl NOVEMBER 4, 18g4.
Boll, the inventor of the telephone, drives
fine pair to his handsome carriage. Chief
Justico Waite.bas a duo pair about sixteen
hands high, pretty to look at and of an cany
pace for pleasuro driving. Secretary Fol
ger makes a departure in this line, his span
bjing roans.- Mr. Arthur's private secre
Ury, Mr. Phillips, drives a well-matched
sorrel and dun. Secretary Lincoln's horses
aro a rich brown, The foreign ministers
all own some good bits of horseflesh, those
of the British' minister's being sorrel. Tho
Russian minister has just imported his
new carriage from St. Petersburg, extreme
ly odd looking, end therefore stylish. This
is drawu by a stout pair of jet black steeds
The Chinese minister also drives black
horse", seemingly setting behind them
with the greatest contentment. The fine
roans used by tho Mcxicun minister are ac
customed to tho hardest driving of any of
the diplomatic spans. The Japanse minis
ter drives out in his fine drag, with a most
stylish-appearing pair of bays, with short,
cropped tails. One horse, noticeable for
its great beauty, is a thoroughbred black
owned by the eminent philanthropist, Mr.
W. W. Corcoran, and ridden by his grand
daughter, Mi;s Eustis, this young ludy be
ing tho finest horsewoman in town.
The routine work of the national com
mittces in this city has practically closed
To Bay that the canvass is "rod hot" hardly
expresses the inscnaity of tho situation. It
is politics to the right of you, to the left of
you and all around you. Everybody has
the subject on his tongue. You have but
to listen, and you will be able from what
you hear to fix up the result to suit your
WIT AND HUaiOK.
Many young men from the country
are ruined in largo cities. Thoy fall
into tho habit of wearing tight boots
and nre crippled for life.
Wo aro told. "No two nfter-dinner
coffee-cups should bo the same." After
a set has been handled by the hired
girl any length of tiruo they are not tho
A young theologian preached before
tho assembled classes of a female col
lego. In his opening prayer ho cried
out: "O Lord, Kindlo a Uamo of lovo in
our hearts, and, O Lord, wutcr it wa
ter it.1' Life.
"Two girls and a merchant have dis
appeared from tho town during tha
past throo months, nnd havo not boon
heard from sinco," savs a dispatch
from Chtrington, Ohio. If tho trio went
togetiier Utah should bo searched.
"Mr. Jones," said littlo Johnny to
that gentleman, who was makingaii af
ternoon call, "can whisky talk?'' "No,
myclnla; however can you ask such a
question?" "O, nothing! only ma said
whisky was beginning to tell on you.
A Louisvillo man has turned out soma
sort of an electrical invontion by which
a man can lio in bod and fish. There
is no demand tor such a contraption,
for everybody knows that a man who
will fish can lio anywhere Merchant
Thoy now fill tooth with electricity.
A woman with a tooth full of electrici
ty and an eye full of lire will be a
balmy object for a man to moot on the
top landing when ho comes homo from
balancing his books at 2 a. m.l'Hts
Ladies aro informed by a fashion
writer that it will be entirely proper
during tho coming season for them to
stand up in the street cars, as pinbacks
will bo so tight in tho Autumn dresses
that sitting down will bo uncomforta
ble, as well as almost impossible.
"Going out with your brido to select
your tablowaro, aro you?" "Well,
young man, lot mo give you a hint.
Buy light cups and small plates. Many
a man and wifo havo been seriously in
jured in a dispute by big plates." And
old Mr. Ludgor chuckled and rubbed
his hoad and tho happy couplo passed
"So you went to tho circus, Mary?"
"Oh! yos, and enjoyed myself vory
much." "Did you soo tho kangaroo in
tho monagorlo?" "I did, and folt sor
ry for It. Poor thing, it is dying, Isn't
UP" "Why, no. What put that Into
you head?" "Tho way ltactod. When
I saw It It Bcomod to bo on its last
A tramp stopped at a houso on Main
stroet tho othor day nnd asked for
something to cat. "Which do vou liko
best," asked tho hlrod girl, "stoak or
chopP" Tho tramp hesitated a mo
ment, and then replied, "Chop." "Step
right this way," said tho girl, "horo's
tho ax and Micro's tho wood pile."
Beaver Falls (Jazdtc.
"Molly, I wish you would bo a hotter
little glrL" said an Austin father to his
littlo daughter. "You havo no idea
how sorry I am that mamma has to
scold you nil tho timo." "Don't worry
about it, pn," was tho reply of the lit
tlo angol; "I am not ono of thoso sensi
tive children. Half tho timo I don't
hoar what slio says." Tuns Sifting).
A lndy living in Cholsoa employs a
girl namod Bridget to take care of her
youngest child, a two-year-old boy
named Froddy. Bridget took tho littlo
ono up to bod tho other evening, nnd
when she aeain appearod was nskod by
her mistress if Freddy hud gono to
sloop. "Yin, mum," hIiu replied, "I
waitodlill I heard him sthlll,"-af0;
Scene: A Texas bnrlmr slion. Barber
"Nexll" Customer "1 believe I'm
next." Ollmr customer "I buiievo I'm
next." Cnslomcr (irrulblng a razor)
"I'm next." Other customer (grab
bing a rnzor) "I'm imxi," A short
bat noisy Interval in whluli imih custo
mers aro killed. Hurle r (to quint
stranger In the eoruer) "You'io next,
During tho rooont unprooodoutod
rainy spell in Austin, Mr. Junes sent
her sorvant to a neighbor, Mr. Smith,
with thu following luensngui "Would
you be kind unough to amul lurk that
umbrella you borrowod about a month
ago from Mrs. Jones." "Certainly,
hero it Is. Toll Mrs. Jonos thut 1 would
have 'ent it back sooner, but it has been
raining ever since I borrowed it."
"Has ho gono, dear?" "Yes, grand
ma." "And what was that sound In
tho hall, Jessie?" "Why, it must havo
been wo uoor snutting, grandma."
"Your grandma may bo old and deaf,
Jessie, nut doors did not shut with a
sound liko that when sho was a girl."
"Did the mon wear mustaches then,
grandma?" "No, my doar." "Well,
that makes the dillbronce probably."
1'ittsburg Chronicle- Telegraph.
"Wall," said the bootblack who sat
next to tho alloy, and who had boon
keeping yory quiet for along timo, "my
gal aiu t stylish nor handsomo, and she
hain't got small feet and a Grecian
noso, but she's awful good-hoartod."
"How good?" askod the ono who car
ried throo cigar stubs in his vest pock
et. "Well, tho othor night when I'd
been eating onions and sho hadn't, sho
rubbed limborgor chooso all ovor her
mouth so as not to niako mo feel cm
barrassod. "Detroit Free l'ress.
A young man In Shushan, K Y., foil
deeply in lovo with a young lady of
Hoosiek Falls. Sho, alas I did not re
oiprocate. What did tho young man
do? Did ho mopo around, and get thin,
and roduco his father's moat bill ten
percent.? Not he; ho went and set
tho girl's father's houso on firo and
then saved her from the ilamcs. Suc
cess rewarded his bravery and devo
tion, and now ho is hard tit work help
ing tho old gentleman build another
shanty. Burlington Free l'ress.
A blushing young man called upon a
Madison avenue llorist, ono day last
week, andgavo tho proprietor $16 to
construct a bouquot wjilch would s.y,
in lloral language: "Doarest ono. I lovo
you be mine," and which was to bo
delivered that evening, without fail, at
tho rcsidenco of a beautiful, accom
plished, and auburn-hairod girl on
Thirty-sixth street. It evidently was
delivered, because at an early hour
next morning the young lady callod at
tho same florist and invested $2.75 in a
bouquet, conveying tho message: "No,
you bandy-legged clam," At w York
Tho horse had stopped and refused
to budge, seemingly awaro tb.it tho
two young lady tourists were novices
at driving. "Jennie, what in the world
shall wo do? Tho outrageous brute re
fuses to budge," "Laura, there is an
awful wicked word that I have heard
men use, but" "Oh, my, we couldn't
but" "Oh, say, I'll toll what won't bo
wrong; I'll say one-half and you tho
other"; Gosh!" "Darnit!" "Gosh!"
"Darnit!" "Gosh!" "Darnit!" But
the horso stood still. "Ho don't ap
pear to understand us, Jennie," said
Laura despondently. "No, the borso
don't, but tho devil does, Laura."
I'ittalurg Chronicle- Telegraph.
A woman is far more seusitivo than
a man. felio has liner toolings and a
more delicate mind. Thero are a very
few men who realize this, and in conse
quence woman is in ado to endure much
unnecessary sufloring. Ouo of our
merchants was going to church with
his wifo on Sunday morning, when she
suddenly stopped and put her hand to
her head. "What's tho matter?" ho
asked, startled by tho look on her face.
"Ohflhavo got on my brown hut."
"Eh?" ejaculated tho astonished man.
She burst into tears. "What, Martha,
what is tho matter with you?" he de
manded. "Don't you see what is tho
matter?" sho returned ia a sobbiug
voico. "I'vo got on my brown hat
with my striped silk. Oh, what will
people say?" Dunbury Xcws.
. Monday Evenino, Nov. 3, 1884.
The delightful condition of the weather
reported in our last issuo holds out well
and although threatening changes, no
change has yet come.
The dull apect of the market also holds
its own; there is no probability of a change
until the country has settled back int. its
normal condition after the excitement of
the pending election.
FLOUR Dull and unchanged. Stocks
arc full and there is no demand.
HAY The supply is moderate and de
mand fair. Prices are firm as quoted.
CORN-Vory littlo doing. Stocks offer
ing are mostly from the Missouri crop.
OATS Receipts and demand aro about
equal; both aro light.
MEAL Easy and unchanged.
BRAN We note a fair demand at pre
BUTTER Steady and unchanged.
EGGS Very scarce and in active re
quest at an advance.
CHICKENS Overstocked and deud
dull sellers would be glad to close out at
25 percent off of last week's prices but
trcro aro no buyers.
APPLES-Choice and fancy marks are
in good request and scarce.
WuloH nnd diuotaMonw.
MOTE. The prices hot 4ivau at li.r sales from
flistliatirti In round lots, An advance Is
Charged for broken Imsin llll'nvorrlrrs.
H0O Mi') various Rrndos g 50311 00
UU bills choice
1:X bhl fancy 8 7A
liOObul extra fancy 4 00324 05
1 car ch'ilro Tl'nnthy anull halo
ft cars strict prliiu
' cars gilt edite
tears choice ,,
Knew White In bulk
JM tXtt 1 1(1 blllk Man tiiMtt is 1 timet 1 1 1 1 1
ft ran In bulk IIMIIt I
H etui In bulk .
1 enr chuictt htwvy, ,.,
mil 1 1
Jtfl lilils Cltv on. orders
lbU bt Is City "
. 8 fVtt I"
, , , tt . ,,,
800 pojindseoontry mixed lfl&lB
600 pounds choice dairy ., vHtftaii
waj iiuuuas iancy oiearaery .. 2&,fM
KlUI linn.d. xlw.l.... ' ............ U).)U
800 pound cook In buttir7.7.7." 1U
600 dozen. ,
I I ! ... 1
3 coops largo young aud bens..
Scoops choice mixed
'coops medlu'u young
..2 2.121 J 50
..1 d'Wi 00
rSCf ' Bu-n D&vl' D1 "on"1 Bt au'y I or t bt
1110 yvr 0111.,
PotatOflfl. 1W.V htlatml
Potutoe per bill M ,
Oranges, per hbi
Oranges per box .,"
Lemons per box ',..'
Choice nor burrol.
Chulce per bushel
1 is i o
Per 100 cholco.
. . 1 .....MM .
..7 ca8 0
Fancy Canvassed Hum
Shoulder i ..
bt. Johns , 11
Ohio Klvor j 05
t4 bushel I
Choice hand picked navy
Pomn on.. ....
1 a ei tu
10 to 0
10 to 10
10 to 45
Heavtr per pound.
vi to it to
75 to 0 50
3 to 50
Hear . I 00 to V (M
Dry Flint choice...,
Sheep Pelts, dry ..
Sheep Pelts, green.,
Common Lugs yt ,,
Good lug 4 51 5 ,
-lOwLcaf 1 t i
Medtnm Leaf a am; ? r
GordUaf. 1 sofel '1
RATES OK FREIGHT.
Hay Flour f'urk
Vcwt. bbl. bb!
15 25 85
174 30 45
W W 45
15 67 "4j
25 40 W
Me" phis HX
Helena. Ark 1.1
All other way points
below Memphis t"
New Orieaus . JR
K'Kcep in the Fai-hion. The Diamond
Dyes always da more than they ciaim to do.
Color over that old dress. It will look like
new. They are warranted. 10c. at drug
gists. Well's Richardson & Co., Burling
SVCatS. IIO'ImSIIBS and Trarin.Marlia nro-iirt and
11 Other tialent cauaea in Ihp. I alvni (iKIkJ
before the Courts DrouiDllv and carefnllv atii tnted
Upon receipt of model or sketch of Invention, 1
make careful examination, and advise as to
patentability Free of Charge.
rr.KN MtWKlMTK. nd I make NO CHARGE
NLESS PATENT IS SECURED. . Information.
advice aud special reference sent on application
u. n, 1.1 1 1 r.iJii, asmngtou, U. Ki.
NoarU. 8, Patent Ofllce.
ALADY of ABILITY
To canvass for Madame Oilswold'e
Patent Skirt Supporting Corset and
8klrt upiiorter. !n Cairo and vhlnl
ty. Tbi'ao aro without a rival. Send
J.U. I'UI'NAM, Oen. Agt ,
120 State Street, Chicago
A fkvorlte rrennrlDtlon of one of tht
boat notrd and suoressful siM-olallsts in the U. U,
Inow rci I red 1 for the mim of Nmrvoua UmMIUth
Mat Manhood, Wahno and tSfMsar. Heul
tu plal u sealed u velopsVw. Druggist ecu Qll ila
Addresi DR. WARD & CO., Louliiind, Mo.
OK TIIK HUMAN ItOOV
, HTIthNUTHUNHU." Kin,, laan lntorcwllna-
run tn nut
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hj runtrnry, tlm mlvurl im-rn
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Km.,. 10, na. A.U.OW,
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J"n tnfalHtH rr for I'l
Price fl, at dnunrUto, or
tsald or mall. Hamnla
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tir. Ka la tha ml, ahr.lrlaa la Hi
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ell, Ih.l .miila.flra or annlf. SI
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llrma. bow antra a K.m.ilr wh.ralr
Sli r aaa Sa. (am klaulf a.l.kl. aa aalalMli. rnr ..Ulan.
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al.la.ail .aSi,eJvnifalafriini .niln.nl m.1leal nianjaVaanM
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who are tiled of Callc oe that fad In sunshine or
winning will fld ttio
PURPLES, "GRAYS," AND
purf nc.ti,-y",'1 aD.'.' '9 l4,:,. !' Vu " hone
print, try them. Made In great variety.
UNEUUALLKD IN '
Tone, Toncb. WorltmansiiiD & Duraliility
WILLIAM KVABI1 St, VO.
Nos. 9l and Wwt nultlnioro Stroct, Ilaltlnu.ro.
No. 118 Fifth Avenue, York.
O U N.
ever offered to thm public.
For sale by all first-class Can Dealer.
At Wbole.al only by (send for Catalogue)
8CH0VERLING, DALY & GALES,
84 & 83 Chambers St.. New York.
A 1,E1f J KUSI " "'""elect List of
Local NPper. Uo. P Jtowdl 1 Co., le
Spruce street, New Yjik. '
Toilake Life Brighter
ThM dyi-petlc's lot Is not a happy one. Ilea on'
Capclue Plasters ure thu leuuuy. Price 25 cents.
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