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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1879.
'CATAUII, THE CAUSE AND CURE."
A Pamphlet by Dr. Cmsson PniTT.ofMl Btuto
t., Chicago. Dr. Pratt In rhe author of tliu Oxunu
Treatment fur Catarrh, und lu thin new treatise U
revealed the secret of hi success iu the treatment
of a disease, to which hu baa given the study of a
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on seir-nbiue: as
Loss nf Memory.
ttni-k. nimnniK nf Ills VI. Inn I'K.mnttirO 01(1 Ago,
and many other diseases that lead to Insanity. Con-
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E. A. Burnett, Cairo, Illinois "
CONTINUED FROM FOURTH PAGE.
Have we not shown that honor not only
in commerce, but in culture, science and
art can only be obtained through labor.
But in beginning our struggles for life's
honors it is necessary to choose our work
carefully nnd be sure it is suited to our ca
pacity, und in accordance with our abil
ity and tastes.
To be successful, labor needs to be wisely
planned. "PLm out your work and then
wurk out your plan,"' is better advice than
mhuc are at first disposed to admit. Con
fusion greatly binders all things. If any
one wishes to labor intelligently system is
essential. The ninny failures in life do not
show the foolishness of a well ordered
plan, but in uiw! cases a lack of it. Such
controlling Lrcc c:m be traced in the
lives of all who have borne of earth's
But somebody asks the question,
does it so riSu happen that
honest laborer' who toils wearily
on tor years nnCs all lus ellorts
to win a position fr himself and family
unavailable ;why is it thut so many have to
work so much harder than others and why
doesn't honor always lullow labor? Why it
is I cannot say. but I suppose the Creator
has a purpose and a plan and his providence
we cannot doubt; as to being overworked,
Heaven rarely fails to fit the back to the
burden, and no true and f.vithful work ever
fails of its reward, nor is it lost though it
does not produce just the letr.lts we hoped
The hardest lesson lor humanity to learn
is to struggle and toil on iud see no result:
to find where we expected success, only dis
aster and defeat; but true greatness con
sists in standing firm at such a tico aud
learning not only to labor but to wait.
Classmates: This afternoon wo are to say
good-bye to one another, and to our school.
Henceforth our paths may diverge widely,
and very different may be the tasks put
into our hands.
Let us not drift with the current, but
prove worthy of our name, Opcrne, (work
ers) resolving that wt will go out in the
world ready to work, not daintily, or grudg.-
ingly, nor even first of ail for reward. It
will come with the doing.
Be sure, "a poor man saved by thee,
will make thee rich. A rich man helped
by thee, will make thee strong. Thou shalt
be served thyself by every sense of .service
which thou rciulerest!"
The picture of our school days
will often rise. Memory will but too faith
fully recall the golden hours and days we
suffered to pass unimproved, while the
pleasant times we have had will in after
years pass and repass before us with all the
distinctness cf reality.
"Vfxs thank our Board of Education whose
care and judgment have given us such good
instruction, From our teachers and school
master we part with regret, but with this
hope, that wo nny at laBt enter into that
homo of joy, rest and peace prepared on
ligh by a Heavenly Father for thoso who
weary not in well doing; where there are
no more sad valedictories, no nioro cause
for tears, no more parting of teacher nnd
pupil,classmate and friend where.if not be
fore, honor will be given to whom honor is
SHALL IT BE REPEATED?
Can't soino ono prevail upon Trof. Alvord
aud the School Board, to repeat the com
mencement exercises on Monday night in
tho Court House. Owing to tho dense
crowd, jammed together ns thick as nswann
cf bees, nnd tho consequent noise and con
fusion last night, very few persons, if nny,
heard the essay of tho graduates, and
much disappointment is felt in consequence.
It seems nothing more thun justice to the
graduates and to the patrons of tho school,
that an opportunity bo given to hear sotno
of tho good things prcpnred to give "a feast
By all means let us have it repeated, nnd
let tho piwents of children outside of Prof,
Alvord's room, In the nigh School building,
keep them afely at home, where they will
bo more fully appreciated and admired, by
a grateful public. Jacinta.
AT THE PLANTERS' HOUSE.
J. N. Miller, Dexter, Mo.; Chns. M.
Klen, Philadelphia, Pu.j F. E. Chase,
Peoria; A. M. Johnson, Chicago; C. S.
Dales and wife, Murphysboro; W. Hapster,
Murphysboro; II. C. Baird, Hooker, Ark.;
J. G. Davis, France; Mrs. Juditts Shelby,
Charleston; Mrs. Helen Smith, Charleston;
C. T. Bowers, Clinton. Ky.; W. M. Coffee,
DIXOX SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottuges and new, large and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
ure situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
arc too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strict ist attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of $S per week. Special rates to lamilies.
J. R. Brows & Co., Proprietors.
' May 25th, 1879.
AN EPIDEMIC NOT EXPECTED THIS
Washington special to the Cincinnati
Commercial: "The members of the
National board of health are not agreed as
to the probabilities of 'yellow-fever in the
South this summer. They generally agTee,
however, that if it comes in epidemic form,
the eastern coast will be as apt to take a
turn with the lower Mississippi valley.
There is a feeling of insecurity about Wash
ington, lor there is mircn here that would
invite the fever. The altitude is low but
a few feet in fact above a dead-sea level
which is always inviting to yellow
fever, the history of the disease
being that it is more difficult to
control on a sea-level than a few hundred
feet above. At six hundred feet above, it is
very rare that the dkcase is very trouble
some. The members ol the National board
of health arc making every exertion to keep
out the disease this season, and they be
lieve that a rigid quarantine will do it.
They do not so much fear the fever poison
which may have 'kept over in New Or
leans, Vicksburg and Memphis, for they do
not believe that it will spread. They think
it very probable that there will be a few
cases in these cities during the hot weather,
but that it will not spread unless there are
fresh importations of it lrom coun
tries where the disease . is a 'do
mestic institution.' It is said there is
no instance of the disease having "kept
over lrom one summer to anotner in
thi9 country and assumed epidemic form
the second time. It is always from a fresh
importation of the poison from countries
where it is domesticated. Members of the
board say that this has been an excellent
spring to bring out, the fever poison if
there is any of it left over lrom last season.
The spring in the south has been essentially
tropical that is, hot and dry the very
weather most favorable to fever. Bcports
from cities scourged last vear indicate a
panicky feeling among the inhabitunts,.and
all preparing to move if the fever advances
upon them. The appearance ot the fever
in epidemic form would be the signal for a
stampede. But the weight of opinion
among medical men here is that the visita
tion of last year will not be renewed, un
less on the eastern coast.
Notice. to all whom it may concern
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no hills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
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tho bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed bv nivself.
E. A. Bu K.N ETT
Queky. Why will men smoKe common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'i
1 Seal of North Carolina" at the same pricet
CnEW Jackson's best Sweet Naw To
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S I S3
KMTATB OF .1AMRS l.AWUKNC'g, PRrKASKB.
The undersigned, hnvlug been uppolntcd Admin
lstrutor of the estate ol iliimes Lawrence, lute of
tho county of Alexander mid stute of Illinois, do.
cinsed, hereby gives notice Hint he will appear be
fore tho county court of Alexander coutityi at tlio
court-lionse lu Culm, at the July term, ou t tie
second Monday lu July next, at which time all
persons having claims nu'iiliist snld estate are noil,
(led and requested to intend for Hie purpose of liuv
lug the same adliisted. All persons Indented to said
estate are requested to make Iminudlaiu pay incut to
Dated this :11st tluv nf May, A. 1). 1HTII.
SALMON JIAZLKWoOI), Administrator
K STATE Of II K SHY MAYO, llICXAsFll.
Tho undersigned, having been nupointcd K socti
trlx of the last will anil testnmeU o"
Henry Mayo, Into of Hie , comity 'f
Alexander, and stnto of Illinois. dtwiM'd.
hcruliy gives notice thut she will appear before Hi'
comity court, of Alexander county, at the court
hmiKe In Cairo, at the July term, on tho 8,'cot d
Monday In July next, at which lltno all persons
having claims, against" snld estate tin- notified and
requested to atteud lor the purpose of having tao
ante adjusted. All persons indebted to snld es
1,1.1. ? "HV'ted to uiako InnnrdiiUo payment
to the nuder-litticd. i
DaM tbli I nth dav of Mnv. A. D. 1KTH.
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