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IX VARIABLY IN ADVAXCM.
AH ' communication thould be addressed to
K. A. BUKNETT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
We are authorized to announce that Mr. Angus
Leek la an Independent candidate for Slate At
torney of Alexander County, in tbo approaching
We are authorized to announce William N. But
ler at the Kepubltcan candidate for election to the
office oj State' Attorney of Alexander County.
Weareanthorixed to announce Mr. Alexander
H. Irvin aa a a Independent candidate for re
election to the o Dice of Circuit Clerk, in the
ccmiug electloc lu November.
We ire authorized to announce the name of
Richard Fitzgerald aa a candidate for re e ectien
to the office of Coroner at the ensuing November
THE NEW WEARING OF THE
Arrab, Faddy dear, and did you bear,
The new s that's going round?
The abamrock baa been planted eaat
On old Know Nothing ground;
St. Patrick' day Jim Blalue will keep
With glorv and potheen,
And blow tbo bloody English out
For treading on the green.
I met with Star Route Elklns,
And ue took me by the baud,
And eald, "God bleaa our candidate;
How do the Irtah stand V
He's tbo finest candidate, raid I,
That ever yet waa seen,
He bates the very Vycs themselves
At shouting for the green.
Tken I whispered. "Mr. Elklns,
We have heard your tale before;
Tie soft and sweet, but will not meet
Yonr Deeds of eighty four;
Though you wear your colors In your hat
As I Id my caabeen,
Within yonr heart the Irish know
How light you hold the green."
So, Paddy, let them play ther game,
'Tis neither good nor new;
When thistles turn to shamrocks, then
We'll count their flattery true.
St, Patrick's day Indeed we'll keep,
In waja they little mean:
Our votes shall show how much we love
Sham wearers of the green.
Major-General Abner Docbledav, of
the United States array, waa among the
callers upon Gov. Cleveland, at tbo execu
tive chamber on Saturday. He stated that
although he had always voted the Repub
lican ticket, lie could not this year cast his
ballot for James G. Blaino. Instead he
would vote for Gruver Cleveland, and do
what he could to secure his election.
A prominent friend of Mr. Blaine and a
leading member of the Republican com
mittee called on Roscoe Conkling the other
day and informed him that Mr. Blaine had
confidently expected that Le (Coukling)
would lend the ticket his influence by
making a few speeches during the latter
part of the campaign. Mr. Conkling heard
the gentleman through and told him "to
politely inform Mr. Blaine that he was not
engaged in criminal practice this cam
paign, but was devoting his time to civil
and office business."
We have a lively recollection of every
administration of the Republican party
during the last six terms, and from the grat
term to the last term from the day Gener
al Michael Corcoran was court martialed
for refusing to parade his regiment through
the streets ot New York in honor of Eng
land's Prince of Wales, to the day the pres
ent President honored the Queen of Eng
land by presiding at the opening of the
Brooklyn bridge on her birthday, we have
aeen nothing but toadying to England and
Englishmen. The keeping of Lowell in
London as the representative of America is
an insult to tlin spirit of the nation. The
salutation of the English flag at Yorktown
looked like an invitation to England to lay
her wires to take charge of the country
again; it waj an insult to the memory of
our martyred dead; and for no other cause
but because of that insult and outrage, no
American with Irish blood, or any other
manly blood, in his veins should vote for
keying in power a party who thus' out
rage the sacred memory of those who
fought and fell for the freedom of the
country. United Irishman.
Working Around a Point.
About tho 1st of Juiy a Chicago
fruit buyer went over to St. Joseph,
on tho Michigan shore, to view the
poach crop prospects, and he found one
orchard owner who wai fcelin so very
blue that ho said to him:
wNJJw' ll,en' 111 S'Vd )'ou a cll0ck fr
fl.UJO for your fruit as it stands."
"Xo, 1 couldu't do it," replied tho
grower, after somo hesitation. "It
would seem to be doubling tho Lord."
I wo weeks after that, when tho pros
pocia wero still poorer, ho appeared in
Chicago aud said ho cnesaod he would
take the thousand dollars.
"But it will lio doubting tho Lord "
observed tho biyer.
-Yea it probably will; but I've con
eluded to doubt him on peaches, and
lii.'ike tii for it by banging on to
'tutors .and oabbngo." It'ui sinei
M. Abisrnlo Ha". oM rMri
....... II.. . I'lml.U. sevts
yean of age, bus just become the fa
ther of bouncing boy baby.
tH'i. DAILY JJAUtO -BULttllN: SATMtDAV MoRNIHei SEETEMBEft 27, Mi.
About Making Pinii
- Ttcro are people in nil walks' of life
who are addicted to making puns on all
subjects of conversation, and many
do not realiu how oiten those who aro
afflicted by listening to them, aro on
tho point of killiurr tho punster. The
following letter from a young man in
New Orleans explains itself:
Mit. (Iko. W. 1'KfK Sir: As vou nro
professional humorist, 1 would line to hear
your opinion oi a pun. i nine to itunm u,
but iiin.sT. 1 nni a punster 1 fell Into the
hnblt'VA'o years aao, inul sinew then 1 have
not I iik I a moment's iicticp. If 1 atti'lul a
sociable, I return home bearing with me
t'i hnto of every one who was present.
Miss Ho and So, will It'll the company about
someriiinif or other, and lino a u:aimi iooi
that I nni, 1 make a pun of it. is there a
1. S. As you will observe, 1 refrain from
iiWlieling any i;tishiiicnt upon you.
Tho young man has douo right in
asking advice as to how ho can euro
himself of tho terrible habit. Ho has
made au advance in tho way of a cure,
as he has admitted that ho is a "blam
ed fool, "something his friends have, no
doubt, discovered long ago. Boiug in
the drug business, ho can easily cure
himself. Wheuever ho tlnds ho has
giveu expression to a pun, ho should
take a piece of asaftetida about as Lip:
as a hickory nut and chew it. Ho will
not feel like making another pun as
long as the tasto remains in his mouth,
lie should carry somo of tho drug in
his vest pocket when ho goes out in
company, and keep a piece in his
mouth constantly. It may bo offen
sive to tho company, but it will not bo
half so ollensivo as his old back num
ber, teeth-worn puns, and ho will be
como a favorite. If this course will
not euro him ho had better go und
drown himself. There is no such a
thing as a new pun, as every word that
is susceptiblo of a pun has been pun
ned upon for thousands of years, so
when vou hear a person mako a pun
you may bo sure that it is a thousand
years old. If a man or woman, when
making a pun on a word, reanzad that
tho Egyptian mummy in tho museum.
when alive, had ruado the same pun,
ami laughed at it boisterous!', ho
would bo ashamed of his own attempt.
Tbo English lnnsuaro is sood euouh
if you tako it straight, and it is foolish
to torture it. The man who makes
puns habitually is usually a weak man
who imagines lie is smart, as you can
see by watching him as ho laughs at
his own smartness. As good a way as
any to squelch a punster is to listen to
his pun, look thoughtfully and sav,
"B. C." or "Credit it to Adam."
Young men who get in tho habit of
making puns on all occasions lose their
positions, girls go back on them, and
they go through life alone, except in
rare instances. . A girl bates to face
tho prospect of a lifetime of poor puns,
and they will think twice before mar
rying a punster, as ho is liable to
practice his puns on his wife.
There ought to bo au asylum for
punsters, where they can' go and
bo cured, or kill each other with
puns. Thero is nothing that throws
a damper on tho enjoyment of a
party liko tho presence of a punster.
who puns and looks around for a smilo
of appreciation, and not getting it
smiles himself. At a picnic they havo
a habit of throwing a punster up in n
blanket, or passing tho pickles to him
frequently, or sitting him on an ant's
nest, or making him climb a tree to put
up a swing, anything to keep him busy
so ho will forget his terrible habit.
Punsters aro tolerated because they
aro weak, but the looks of pity and con
tempt they receive ought to show them
how foolish they aro. Thero is noth
ing original or funny iu any puu that
has been sprung upon any party in tho
past thousand years, and tho sooner
punsters find it out the better. Sonio
papers make a specially of puns, mis
taking them for humor. If editors
could seo tho contempt in which people
pass over tho columns of puns it would
wake them im. There is some excuse
for a foolish fellow to make puns, be
causo he has never been told that he is
weak, but for an editor to rack his brain
to build fool puns for tho people to
read, is awful. A pun spoken soon
goes away with the atmosphere and is
lost, but a pun printed in a newspaper
is on record, a constant source of an
noyance to the reader, and a sorrow to
the writer of it, after he once gets
sense and realizes how weak he was
when ho was a punster. Young men
should strivo to mako themselves in
teresting in conversation, but tho pun
is the last thing they should practice',
as it makes people sick. A druggist
in western Wisconsin had a great habit
of making puns a few years ago, and
no customer was safe to go to tho store
to buy anything. They all got a pun
with their medicine, and sometimes the
pun was worse than the drugs to take.
One night a man named Otto Padniau
was stabbed in the breast, and was
taken into tho drug store to bo sewed
up. Whilo the doctor was at work on
the man tho druggist came up and af
ter looking tit the- wound ho Said:
"You Otto had a liver Padiuan." The
wounded and dying man hoard it, and
it was too much. Ho could stand tho
stab with cold .steel, but to bo stabbed
with a pun was too much, and ho haul
ed back ouo foot and kicked the drug
gist on tho nose. Tho druggist has
never niado a pun since, and"we don't
know but a kick in tho noso is about as
good a euro as any. Sect's Hun.
One who will recognizo me when I
am compelled to wear patched, breech
es; who will tako mo by tho hand
when 1 am sliding down hill instead of
giving mo a kick to hasten my de
scent; who will loan mo a dollar
without requiring $20 worth of se
curity; who will come to see me when
I am sick; who will pull oil his coat
and light for mo when tho odds aro
two to ouo; who will talk of mo behind
my back as ho talks to my face Such
a friend is . wanted by ten thousand
times ten thousand human beings
throughout this broad earth. Hun
Francisco Kews Letter.
Tho American system of checking
baggage is admitted lo be by long odds
tbo most convenient and safo over do
vised. The proportion of pieces which
ttray away from their owners btfyond
recovery in tins course of a year, as
compared with tliu immense number
transported, U phenomenally small
A Cat and Chloroform.
Thero is mourning in n Fair Haven
household, says the New Haven A'ttrs.
Thero is a little grave under a pear
tree in the yard, aud there aro tears in
abundance,' and ueglooted ribbons laid
tenderly nwsy in consecrated recep
tacles. " There has been au uninten
tional murder within that house of
mourning. Said the unwilling taker of
life, ns ho sobbed over the past!
"Wo had a pet cat who wore a noat
little collar, but in an evil hour I bo
thought mo of a cat that wore ribbons
or rings in his ears. Our Tom was
handsome and deserving, and must bo
decoratod. So to save him pain 1 con
sulted a druggist, who gave men small
vial labeled 'Chloroform, poison,'
after closely questioning me as to my
knowledge of its use. 1 procured au
eyelet punch, a pioco of string, and
some olivo oil, and proceeded to busi
ness. "1 drew a sock over poor Tom's
head and tied it. 1 poured a few drops
from the vial, whcroJiis noso should
connect, but this only seemed to cause
unusual activity, and I feared he would
jump through tiie window; so I emptied
the vial on the moist spot. The effect
was soon perceptible. Tom lay
motionless. I took hi in up, laid him
ou tho table, and pinched iiim. Then
inwardly blessed that science that per
mitted us to perform operations even
on tho lower animals without causiug
pain. So 1 went to work with tho de
liberation of a professor and punched
holes in Tom's ears. I picked the
pieces out to bo sure thero was a per
fect orifice, then threaded an oiled
string and tied it as a preliminary to
tho anticipated gorgeous ear-rings he
was to sport.
"It was a complete scientific tri
umph, and for the moment I felt equal
to tho performance of almost any
surgical operation, for Tom was sliil
sleeping, perfectly oblivious in fact. I
almost wished lie had a tumor or
something I could cut out, but the
time had come to resuscitate. I pro
cured cold water, opened his mouth,
and poured some in, then bathed his
brow, rubbed and piuched him to no
purpose. I laid him out under an ap
ple true to sleep it oil' for two hours,
lie made no sign.
"'J oin is buried under a pear tree;
there were no llowers. My wife is
continuous in her upbraiding. Shu lias
cut up a ioaf of bread, used a pound of
butler and two boxes of rouh on rats,
making wads for every hole and corn
er. She has just shown mo plates,
clothing and even a pillou-sham
marked with absolute evidence tf
mouse caroiis'ils, for now poor Tom is
dead, and 1 mil lookiug up a kitten."
lioi'i V.'i'iii lt-M'k.
Several yea:s aeoim-ie lived In l:tr
danelle, Arkansas, an ucceiilrio hotel
keeper known as well, say Uncle
John. He was violent Iv opposed to
the title of governor, declaring that he
once knew of a gang of thieves whoso
pass-word was governor; and ou many
an occasion guests who thoughtlessly
gave him the title, wero driven from
the house. Commercial travelers "put
til)" at his hotel. Those who were ac
quainted with his peculiarities took
great delight in assuring drummers
who had never boforo visited tho town,
that by calling the old man governor,
special attentions would be paid. Ouo
day Harry Collins, a young drummor
for a New York house, decided to visit
"By all means stop with uncle John
Push," said a companion. "Ho is the
best feeder in the country; andsay,
call him governor and ho will uearly
kill himself wailing on you."
When Collins arrived ho was "re
ceived with a welcome that was de
lightful to contemplate, and during tho
course of allablo conversation, Collins
"By tho way, governor, how are "
Tho old fellow became furious. Ho
had been teased several times that day,
and ho knew that the title was intend
ed to be au insult. The drutumer be
came angry and swore that ho would
not stand such abuse.
"Como out here," said tho old man.
Collins followed aud was conducted to
tho bank of tho river, not far away.
"Now," exclaimed tho old man,
drawing a revolver, "we'll settle this
thing. Two of us came down here.
Only ono of us will go back."
Tho drummer took out a pistol, half
as long as his arm, and remarked:
"I'm going back."
"Well," said the old man, returning
his own pistol, and eying tho ono held
by Collins, "I reckon that under tho
circumstances we'd both better go
back. " Arkansau) Tra ve'.cr.
The Quinine and the Morphine.
Ono night after tho drug store had
been closed and all was dark within,
tho Quinine Bottle leaned over and
f whispered to tho Morphine Jar:
"bay, let s put up a job on
"Why, you come over hero and
stand iu my place, and I'll go there
ami stand in yours."
"Oh, uo; I know your little game.
You think if you got in my place you'd
do all the business. But you neodu't
Hatter yourself. No drug clerk ever
made the mistake of giving quinino
for morphine." Vhiwqo News.
EST" A New Suit. Faded articles of all
kinds restored to their original beauty by
Diamond Dyes. Perfect and simple. 10c.
at all druggists. Wells, Richardson &
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and l- ;keu
of your rest by a sick child sulfering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is inculcuUble. It will re
lievo the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon if, mothers, there is
do mistake aimtit it. it euies dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softeuu the kuuis, io
duces inflammation, und Live tone and
encruy to the whole ststeui. A! in. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children TflfcihiiiR
is pleasant lo the 'aste, und is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and bit female
DUrscR ud physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Aud Every Species of Iteliingr and Burn
iu? Diseases Positively Cured.
TCZKMA, or Hilt Rheum, with it mrovtlzinff
Iu intuuRtrid hnrniue, lnuntly rotlevtd by a
warm bitih with I'uticum .Soap, aud a rlnglo appli
cation of Cvtlcura, the great Uklu Cure. Thl re
pealed dally, wltb two or turns donee of t'utlcura
iteeolveut, the Mew Ulood I'urlflur, to keep tbo
blood cool, the penetration pure aud unirritatliiK,
the boweiaopHQ, tbe liverand kidneys active, will
upeudily cure Kccema, Tetter, Kinxworiu, I'sorla
tie, Lichen, I'rurltu, ScalUd Uoad, iMndrufl, aud
every apeclri of Itching, Hcaly aud Pimply Humor
of the Sculp aud Skin, when the beet piyvlclana
aud all known reutedlui fall.
Will McDonald, 'i'Al Dearbon SI Chicago,
eralul'illly acknowledge aturu of Kat Rheum on
b end, nuck, face, arum and lege for auvvntcenyeara;
not able to walk except on haudu and knee lorrfbe
year; not able to help himnelf for ulnlit yearn;
tried hundreds of reiuudloj; doctor pronounced
hie cane hopulear; permaniutly cured by Cuticura
Kenolveiit (blood purillor) internally, and Cuticura
and Cuticura Soap (the great nkin ourea)exturnally.
t'has, Houghton, Ki., lawyer, 28 State St., Una
not, re pons a cane of Mil t H lieum uuder hie ohaer
vatiou for ten veara. which covered the patient'
body and limbs, and to which all known mutboda
of treatment bad been applied without benefit,
wh'ch waa completely tured by ('tnecKA lttKi
iiiks, leaviug a ceau and healthy akin.
f. II. Drake, Esq.. Detroit, M!cb.,uflred untold
orlures from Sail Kliuum, which appeared ou bin
haude, head aud face, aud nearly destroyed his
eye. After the moat careful doctoring and a con
eultntlon of phyalclan failed to relieve him, be
ui-ed the t'LTiti HA lUMnmEs, aud was cuied, aud
hasreaaiued o to date.
Mr. John Thell, Wilkcabarre, Pa., writei:-I
have differed from halt Kheutn for over eight yean,
at trraea no bad that I could not attend to mv tiuei
nete for weeks at a time, Three boxes oft iticuiu
and four bottle Resolvent have entirely cured
me of thl dreadful disease.
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.Send for "flow to Cure Skin Disease.''
irTTr',TCl'KA SOAP. An exqnelte Toilet
j vj a. -auain, ana is
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Complete Treatment with In
haler for One Dollar.
The Great Raleamlc Di Illation
of Witch Hazel, American l'ine.
Canada Fir, Maiigold. Clover ltlos
sni, etc., called Sanfoku' Kaiw
cal Cuhk, for lie Immediate relief
and permanent cure of every lorru
of Catarrh, from a simple Cold In
the Head to Inei of iniell, Taste and
Hearing, Cough and Catarrhal
"The only absolute specific we know of." Med.
rime. "The best we have found in a lifetlniH nf
sutlenng." ltev. Dr. Wiggin, Hoston. "Afer a
long struggle wito Catarrh, the Kadral Ccbb ha
conquered." Kev. S. W. Monroe, i.ewishuigh.
Pa. "I have not found a cane that It did not re
lieve ut once." Andrew Lee, Manchester, Mass.
PoTTit Dbuu and CiirxiCAt, Co., Boston
New Life for Shattered
iNerve, Pa'nful Mosclcinnd
Weakened Oriran. Colin'
Volailc Klectrio Plaster In
atititly atfcc the tervou
system and huulshcs pain,
nervousness and riebllltv. A
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The reputation of Ho etter' Stomach Bitters a
a preventative of epidemics, a stomach Ic, an in
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fever and ague,- Indigestion, billions affection,
rneamatltm, nervous debility, constitutional weak
ness. Is established upon the sound basis of more
than twenty year experience, and can no more be
shaken by, the claptrap nostrums ol unscientific
pretenders than Ibe everlasting bills by tbe winds
that rustle through their defiles.
' For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Prairie Avenue and 2!)th St., Chicago),
Medical Uepurtment ot
'I'lie Northwestern University,
in. 8. DAVIS, M. I)., LL. D., Dean.
Tho (. eaiate yoar will begin Sept. stl, 18St, and
close ..ritch 24, 1SN5, The course of Insirticllon is
graded, Students being divided into llrst, second
and third vear classes. (Jnalitlcatlons for admis
sion are either a Degree of A. B. a certlllratu of a
rcputablo academy, or a preliminary examination.
The method of instruction Is consplcunns.lv prac
tical, and 1 applied in the Wards of the .Mercy,
St. Luke's and Mchael Keeie Hospitals, dally at
the bedld of the sick. The Practitioners' Course
will begin the day after the Annual Commence
ment and c nt'rue four week. Fees, In advnncc:
.Matriculation. $j. of); Lecture, $75.00; Demonstra
tor, 5.00. Hospitals: Mercy, tVi.00; St. Luke's,
fs.00. Laboratory, $V On; Breakage, $".00. Final
Examination, J;!".'), February 1st. Practitioner'
Course, $10.00. For further Information, a'ldress
WAI.TKH HAY, to - 1)., LL. D., Secretary.
715-4wd State St., Cnlr.ago, 111.
ST. CLAM ACADEMY
Is magnificently situated In the southern part ot
Vlconsln. Pupils arriving at Dubuque, Ki st Du
buque or Galena, IU., may telephone to Academy
for convovanc . l'or further particulars apply for
catalogue. ST. CLAItA ACADuMY.
SliiHlmiwa Mound, O.-autCo., Wis.
ST. REHINA ACADEMY, EDGEWP0D,
the maenlfli unt gift ol ex-Oov. Washburn, Madi
son, Wis , is a branch ol St. Clara's end offers fine
educational advantages. 7 J0-2ui
CHE TSK 2:id yenr opens September 1(1. A MIUI
tary College wllh Unlvendty powers. Depar mcnt
In Civil Engineering, Chem'stry, Classics and En
glish Circulars of capt. W. P. llallidav and N.B.
ihlstlewood and of Ve'srs P. W. B irclay. Chas.
Oallli'hrr and K. II. Cunnineh 'm, ol this city, or
of COI,. TIIKO. HYATT, President.
favorlt nrwwrlntlon of ona of tbt
Inoatnolsd and huoctmhIuI specialists In tbe U.S.
(now mired) for lliecureof Srrvou Mobility,
MjH MansiSMMf , '! fcws and Mtrcu. Heui
C plain aealed envelope Vaa. DlUitglstacanflllih
Addrts DR. WARD A CO.. UuiitaM, Ma.
jvw lonsumpnun. lompiete treat-
j7 7 mum, consisting of one bottle Had-
fr'I V ical Cere, one box Catarrhal SoIt
A'.jf af'Sent, aud one Improved Inhaler, in
lin joi:e package, mav now be had of
Vrj all Drugg'tsfor$l. Ak for SAN-
'"l r'OHD'S KAUJCAL CL'KK.
j)R. .1. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOU, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATE:'
A lady In attendance.
Q.EOHGE HARRISON LEECH, M. U.
PIIV8ICIAN & SURGEON,
SpocWl attention puld to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of won.en
OKl'ICh-On llth street, opposite the Post
oHlce, Ca'ro, HI.
p M. IIARRELL, M. 1).
OFFICE- East Side Commercial, below 8th St.
Ca'ro, 111 nois.
JR. E W. WHITLOCK,
Offici No. 1S6 Commercial Aventt. tfixt-n
Kgbthaud Ninth Strseu
jJ G. PARSONS, M. I).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-Clty Drug Store, Carbondale, IIS.
rjpilE CITY NATION AL HA N K.
Of fuiro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
OA PITA L. 100.0 00!
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