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j In this country we are all kings,
' and we are all entitled to have as
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There are princes and million
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' would be glad to have the strength
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And there are many people who
are neither kings, emperors, nor
millionaires, whose blood is thin,
whose circulation is poor, who are
suffering from lassitude and debil
ity, and who know not the pleasure
of a hearty meal nor the enjoy
ment of being able to do a good
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The Daily Bulletin.
' : orriCI: NO. 78 OHIO LET EE.
OFFICIAL PAPIR OF ALIXANDES COUNTY.
BNXKHKU AT TUB CA1UU POBTOFFICB FOB
TRAXSMItSION THROUGH TBB MAILS AT
BKCOHD CLABS BATES.
WIT hUD )xcit..
A iliHH))iinlf(l invcr vrry ol't n fceU
like wrinin tin; icck of a li.-llf.
The HinfT ii tqit to think Hint till the
niUHicul world is mi the high ('.
Erut;ron Haid: "There is always
room for a tnau of force." I! had
probaby ina Sullivau iu a crowd.
Irving hinoke fiandtes almont con
tinually. We alwuyg thought he was
fond 01 pull's.
The use of a French word In En;?! ton
composition frequently fills the place of
New York ladies now take lessons in
fencing. They hope to make them
selves more killing than ever.
Conceit is ike grease. It serves to lu
bricate the machine of life and roako it
A toper defends his custom of get
ting tijcht on Thanksgiving day by say-,
ing that a man can not see Turkey
without thinking of the Golden Horn.
It's a mightv mean man who wrote
"Pull Down the Blind." He would
probably be in favor of beating the
A Western man calls his trotting horse
"2." The animal, it is supposed, has
only been successful in two races, hence
his odd namo. Twice won's "2."
A blue-stocking has written an esav
on "The Disadvantage of Being Pretty.''
Most girls are good-natured and willing
to put up with the disadvantages.
A mis is a Japanese measure of
length l.oiJO yards long. This is a
mis that is very nearly as good as a
"That man liked to have knocked my
brains out."' "Why, you don't say so?
I didn't notice that he kicked you. I
thought he hit you on the head."
"No," said Mr. Carefulbody, "I never
say a good word of any man." How do
I know but he will be up for office some
day or other?"
About the most amusing thing we
know of is to watch a bald-headed man
with a wig trv to scratch his head in
church on a Sunday morning.
"Yes," said Amy. "I went to the
telephone and put "the thingumbob to
mvear ," "Thingumbob!" scream
ed the high-school girl; "you mean the
Ofer you got a rebutation, yoost put
him by der key und lock. He vas yoost
like some umbrellas, vhen you loose
him you dond r-ee him not nny more
yet Carl trttzel.
Landlady "It's singular, but true,
Mr. Crossgrain that all my boarders
remain with nie." New boarder (at
first meal) "Too weak to leave, I
guess,, after the first week."
i' The New York Sun fails to answer a
correspondent who asks "how can pro
fanity on street cars and in other public
places be checked?" How would it do
to "turn the rascals out."
There is one cheering reflection con
nected with the subject of crem.ntiuii.
If it ever becomes general, callow poets
will quit chanting their lays about the
cold, cold grave.
"What are you liwighingat, my dear?"
asked Mrs Joues of her husband, who
was chuckling over his morning paper.
"Something I saw here," be replied,
"but it's hardly funny enough for two.''
' Rua.auriug: Sick man -What! a lady
physician? 1 want a doctor to make
me well, not a woman, to make love to
me. Woman phsiei;iu I promise to
A sick friend writes to us to ascertain
the .shortest road to health. There are
two paths allopaths and homeopaths;
you take your choice and pay your
"I wih I had a pug dog." said an
uptown youth recently. "What in the
world d you want one of the critters
for? " ak"d a friend. "I know where
1 could sell him for f l-V." was the earn
"So your husband is a critic? Now,
tell me, does he always write just what
he thinks about a play?" "Oh, dear,
no! It wouldn't do. .His paper goes
into the best families, and profanity is
out of the onestlon."
" "How is Jo innie doirrr at school?"
a'da'd a lady o: Johnnie's mamma tlur
ing a call. " "Spieudidly. He talks in
two, languages now." l)e:ir mo.
What are they; Frenoh or iicimaa?"
"Oh, no. English and profane."
Monsignor Capel says that there is
more immorality in the daily newspa-
fiers than any whore else. The reason
or this state of affairs is that the daily
newspapers are filled with the immor
alities of the rest of the world.
Married men have nothing to say in
disapproval of the "shingled bang."
As a rule, a married man doesn't care
what his wife des to her own hair so
long as she . keeps her fingers out of
"Do you ever gamble?" she asked, as
they sat together, her hand held in his.
He replied: "No; but if I wanted to
now would be my time." "How so."
"Because I hold a beautiful hand."
Tlio engagement is announced.
, ; An Erie canal mule has toed thf tow.
?ath of that raging inland sea since
858, and isn't worn out yet. The ca
: pabilities of the mule are always thrust
ing themselves to the front or to the
j.rwt we dont remember which.
"What do we learn from the parable
of the seven wise and seven foolish vir
ginsP" was recently asked in a Texas
Sunday school. "That we must watch
every hour for the coming of the bride
groom, V a gushing Galveston girl re
plied: "You ought to be in your own room
now," said Amy, "we have a teacher
; that rules the roost." "Well," reidied
. tM Boston high school girl, "I'd bo
ashamed of myself;' You. should say,
Suverns the horizontal perch on which
le fowl reposes,' not 'rules the roost.''
A bolored girl was heard the other
day to remark confidentially to a friend:
"Yes'm, I done writo to my gemmen
fren' dat de next time I set de day fur
de ceremony it'll have to come off; an'
he knows I's in earnest, for I put it in
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKN1NG, DECEMBER 28, lass.
A little girl sat oo the floor crying.
After a while she stopped and seemed
buried iu thought. Looking up sudden
ly, she said; "Mamma, what was I cry
ing about?" "BocauiO I wouldn't let
you go down town." "()!i, yes!" and
sho sat up another howl.
"What remarkable nightgowns were
worn in the early days of Kugland,"
Jones remarked as ho scrutinized the
armor. "Nightgowns!'' I exclaimed
in surprise. "Certainly," said Jones,
"don't you see they wt ro only put on
Long Branch is said to be the oldest
se'.tlement in Northern Now Jersey,
and It has a church built in Queen
Anne's time. You see, a church .at
Long Branch is used so little that it
doesn't get worn out, und lasts a long
In hieh dudgeon; "I can not under
stand what offended Mr. Duday last
night at the party," said the high
school girl; "he and his company took
their departure iu high dudgeon very
early, however." "Why, 1 thought
they left in the same carriage they
came in," replied Amy.
A little grandson of Mrs. Andrews
was attempting to build a three-legged
stool, when he looked up to her and
said: "Grandma, does (Jod see every
thing?" "Yes, my son," she replied,
"God is everywhere and sees every act
of our lives. "Well, by jingo, won't
He laugh wheu H sees this stool?"
John Jones lived iu Cleveland.
While milking he tied the row's tail to
his leg, as the tlies kept that appendage
flopping. After he was taken three
times around the cow pasture on his
back he remarked: "I recognize my
mistake. I should have tied her tail to
her own lejr instead of mine."
- Traveling in Spain.
The real Spain is the least attractive
country in Europe to the tourist. The
traveler goes there to see certain uni
que objects. He sees them, enjoys
tnem, is entranced by them, leaves
them with regret and a tender memory,
and is glad to get out of Spain. There
are six things to see: the Alhambra,
the Seville cathedral and Alcazar, the
Mosque of Cordova, Toledo and its ca
thedral, the Gallery at Madrid, and
Monserrat. The rest is mainly monot
ony and weariness. With the excep
tion of the Alhambra, which has a
spell that an idle man finds hard to
break, and where perhaps he could bo
content indefinitely, there is no place
in Spain that one t an imagine he would
like to live in, for the pleasure of liv
ing. Taking out certain historical
features and monuments, the towns re
peat each other in their attractions and
their disagreeables. Even' town and
city in Italy has its individual charac
ter and special charm. To go from
one to another is always to change the
scene and the delight. This is true of
the old German towns also. Each has
a character. The traveler sees many
a place in each couniry where he
thinks he could 6tay on from month to
month, with a growing home-like feel
ing. I think there is nothiuj: of this
attraction in Spain. The want of it
may be due to the country itself, or to
tho people. I fancy that with its vast
arid plains, treeless and tiresome, its
gullied hills aud its bare escarped
oioiintnios, Spain resembles New .Mex
ico. It is an unsol'tcned, unrelieved
landscape, for the most part, some
times grand in its vastnessand sweep,
but rugged and unadorned. The want
of grass and gentle vendure is a seri
ous drawback to the pleasure of the
eye, not compensated by the magic
tricks of the sunlight, arid the vane
gated reds, browns, and yellows of the
exposed soil and rocks, and the
spring-time green of the nascent crops.
I speak, of course, of the general
aspect, for the mountain regions are
rich in wild flowers, aud the cultivation
in the towns is everywhere a redeem
The traveler, of course, gets his im
pressions of a people from the outside.
These are correct so far as they 0,
and it is in a sense safe to generalize
on them, though not to particularize.
Ho catches very soon the moral atmos
phere of a strange land, and knows
whether it is agreeable or otherwise,
whether the people seem pleasant or
tho reverse, llo learns to discriminate,
for example, between the calculated
gemuthlichkeU of Switzerland and the
more spontaneous friendliness of Ba
varia. He can pronounce at once upon
the cordial good humor of the Vien
nese, the obligingness of the people of
Edinburgh, the agreeableness of the
Swedes, simply on street knowledge,
without ever entering a private house
or receiving any personal hospitality.
He knows the wily, poetical ways by
which he is beguiled in Italy, but grows
fond of the sunny race.
In Spain he is pretty certain to be
rubbed the wrong way, most of the
time. He is conscious of an atmos
phere of suspicion, of distnist, of con
tempt often. He cannot understand,
for instance, why attendants in
churches and cathedrals are so curt
and disobliging, keeping him away, ou
one pretense and another, from the
sights he has come far to see, aud for
which he is willing to pay. Incidents
occurred both at Grenada and Toledo
that could be accounted for only on the
supposition that the custodians liked to
di-conimode strangers. If we had
been Frenchmen, whom the Spaniards
hate as the despoilers of churches and
ga lleries. we could have understood it..
By reputation the Spauiard is at home
hospitable, and on acquaintance gra
cious, nnd generally williug to oblige.
But the national atmosphere is certain
ly not what the Germans call gemuth
lich. In no other European country is
the traveler likely to encounter so nun h
incivility and rudeness, so little at
tempt at pleasing him aud making him
like tbe country. At least, the altitude
is that . of indifference whether ti e
country pleases him or not. Turin" '
this springs from a noble pride nnd su
periority. Perhaps it is from a pro
vincial conyciousuess of being about
two hundred years behind the age.
But, elsewhere, the pleasantest people
to trave among aro those who.se clocks
stopped two centuries ago.' Individu
ally,. I have no doubt, the Spaniards
are charming. 'Collectively, tbeydq
not appear to welcome the stranger, or
put themselves out to make his sojourn
agreeable, CAorfc Dudley TTunicr tn
November Atlantic, ,
Hud, if True.
A sad and touching story comes to
us from Grand Marais. A guileless red
son of the forest whose early education
in tho intricate sciences seems to have
been somewhat neglected, found a
nitro-glycerine cartridge, and of course
thought it was something good to eat.
One of the peculiarities of the noble
Indian is that when ho finds a thing
and doesn't know what it is ho invan
ably classifies it with his alphabetical
list of foods and entombs it in his al
ways hungry midst. This Indian made
a fair average lunch from tho tender
est end of tho cartridge, smacked his
lips with satisfaction and returned to
his tepee. After family prayers that
evening his squaw washed the children
anil put them to bed, and soon the
aged couple also retired. During the
night his wife yelled to him to "lie
over," and at the same time dug her
elbow into his abdomen with wifely
vigor. He did as she requested. He
laid over a considerable, portion of the
adjacent real estate, while here and
there fragments of his once proud
frame could be seen dangling from the
limbs of the trees in the soft moonlight.
His wife hasn't been heard from since.
The story is a sad ono and should
teach the untutored red children to al
ways investigate before they bite into a
substance vv.tu which they are not
feronally acquainted. Dimnnrck Tri
e. It may be fairly taken, says W. Wal
lace, that the durability of a' stone de
pends on its impenetrability to water,
its density, and the amount of binding
material "contained in it. It is noticea
ble that building "'.ones first begin to
d cav immediately helow any tlat pro
jecting surface which allows the rain
10 collect and then pefcolaie through
them and thus dissolve and alter the
binding material. To preserve sand
stone it is adv.Mtlilc, first, to let it dry.
as thoroughly as possible and then to
paint it or to" tout it with silicate of
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that he regsrds St. Jacobs Oil the greatest
pain cure in existence. "Fur man or beast
nothing equals it," says the proprietor of
theN. Y.Club Stables. Mr. C. M. Priest
ts good a judge- of horseflesh as ever stood
in shoe leather.
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Land ug is lint one sqnare dislant,
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull Hells.
Automatic Fire-Alanns. Rune, absolutely pure air
perlecl sewerage and complete upiiulutnionts.
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Mention this paper.
Mercury has pro'iuced more misery and made
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combined. If you hive anv blood disease or akin
humr r It le vour duty to yourself and posterity to
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Swift's Specific has relieved me of Malarial
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until I was tn despair Swift's Bpeclflc tt the
remedrfor thta kind of blood poison.
CM. CLARK, Agt. Southern Life Ins Co.
I have been neing.for a month or two In my
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tion of It having tieon cont-nmed by 'be female
portion f my family, and with the happiest re
sults. It acted II e a cba.-m on my wife, who had
been In had health for a lung time, and for whom
I have paid hundreds of do. re for doctors and
medicines. It began to build her np from the Bret
dose. Another female member of my family took
it with eqnally satinf ictory results. It Is certain
ly the but tonic for delicate ladies that I have ever
used, and I have irhd them all. I have no doubt
that want ofeze else, clove confinement In poorly
ventilated houses, sewer gas poison and malarial
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daughters tnd sisters, sud I believe Swift's
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put oning. F. L. Jo.N l8, J. P. Quitman, Ga,
TREATMENT OF CANCER.
For twenty years I have suffered from a cancer oo
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ted the whole catalogue of remedies wtihnut any
relief. The cancer growing worse all the time, the
bole upper part of iny body became stiff and full
or pain. I had virtually lost tbe nse of both arms,
my general health hail broken down and I saw it
was onli s question of time when life itself would
be destroyed. In this condition I comm need the
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Hie of the stiffness in tbe neck, the second gave ma
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iu every wav. I am a noor man but I would not
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hwift's specific . 1 believe it will force out all the
poison and cured me.
w. . KumsuN. Liavisooro, ua.
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A. regular Ot-tvluate of twe mediae!
college, has been luuirer engaged In tbstreas.
Sient of Chronic, Nervous, Hliln atud
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stated. Call or Writ.
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Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
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Impurities and Blood Poisoning, 8Mb Affss
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Diaeaaea arising from Imprudences, EiMteeiy
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