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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAltCII 10, 18S0.
A I.I. ADVKI.TINKMKNTS In thi lohiuin. of
lent oat inpartiou ; J times. , m,i; i weiK. i'';
month, I ii; a nmntlia vitl'.out i liiint'. 91.1K) per
ti.iotli. Ku a additional line, prorata. Munition
VITI ATION WAN TKI).
I am a urnJinti! of it Commercial Colli'ire; hiive
been In active busluepp llfteeii ycitm: cun furnlph
flrpt-tlami roiommeiidatlmip from I net employer;
m willing to worklnanv houomble hitslnepp, at
a mall waeea antll competency in eptahllplu'd; n
Objection to traveling. Addrepa
K Q, ADAMS. Cairo.
To learn the carpenter ami joiner' trade. Mint
ko auiar) and active, 1? to l!) rear of aito.
rem sai e.
An order' cnod lor $It. If applied on any Ktyle
flrnt-chip Mendlefiiliou I'iano. Will be fold low.
Apply at thlc office.
A middle need woman, a cood ce.nk "bo can do
general bouxc work, cit v or country. Aiidrens,
Ml:.. ANNlK SKilJKIs. .
Hope Clan4, HI.
Mr. L. J liyrue can accommodate a few dny
boaderx. uIpo lioitrd and room for two. Price very
low. Applv at her limine next to the Catholic
ennren on w itlilni:tini avenue.
T II. MARFAN, M. P.,
Homeopathic i'hvsician ami Surjeon.
Ottlco 110 j; flninrclHl avenue. IteMdcuce corner
Kouruemh St. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
R. E. W. VrillTLOCK.
Um t No. Commercial Avenue, between
Eisiitli sa Ninth Street
It. W. C. JOCELYN.
D K NTIST.
OI'Fli'E EinlitU Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Xotarv Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-Wi:h the Widows- and (Jorptmns Mil
Dal Aid So.-!,.ty.
J)OXIS it O LOUbULIN,
ITancv G roceries
Flour of all Gradis Selected Teas.
Pure Co flees and Spieos.
Choice Syrups ami Molasses, Foreign
ami Domestic Fruit4?. Canned
Fruits in Variety, Etc. Etc.. Etc.
Call and Examine Our Stock!
Goods Delivered Promptly ami
Free of Expense.
Cor. Twentieth Street, North Side Poplar.
YOCUM & I5RODE KlUK,
AVashinirton Avenue, Cor,
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL RANt
W. P. IIAU.1DAY. I're:i,nt.
U. I.. HAI.I.ItlAY. Viee l'rciil 'in.
.1 U. SMITH. A'Miiu: Cas hier.
a. PTAATS TAYliR. w. !. 11 M.ttU V.
BKKUV 1.. IIA1.1.1IUV. It. 11. l.C.NMM.ItAM,
O. O. Wlt.t.lAXfl'N. STXrllUN Bllll,
n. it. rxNtiKU.
F.xchaiiffc Coin mid I'liited States Ilonds
UOftiHT AND SUI.1).
Dop-',tfr clve(i slid a eeu-rnl hunklnit t'tiPlnopi
YLUXANDEIt COUNTY DANK,
Ounnievcial Avenue and F.ilith Street,
V I'.ll(i'. l'n-ditletit
I'. N KPT. V'.re l'rei'Hli 1:1.
II. Wl ( !.
T. KmtTii, Afi-ta;,t fah'.er.
V. llr.i-. Cairo; Wlili.ua Kiiii'e. Cuiro:
1'eO'l Neil. Culm: Wlilii.tn V.'olt, Cairo:
C. M. ier!oli. I'uiro: It. I.. I!UIi:.i:iev. M. l.oui
L. lluuer. t. i.ito; J. V. Cl:i:.uu, Ctdi-'Un.
A UENEKAL, CASKIN. IHt-lNEbS HuNE
IXCDANOE atdd aud bousht. IiitereM paid In
J tin! haviiicp Department. Col, ectioiib made
and all iMi-O.efp- promptly attended to.
t -4 w- Pi aTojukh'A year, or f to
vi' I U 111 I'Jt'adaylnvour own locality
- I r III INorii-U Women do a well
f'l) I P f r J mvl'- Muiiv inl;e mure
TT v v than the amount Ptated
alov;. No one can full to
make motiey ft. Any om- etiti ilo the work. You
tau niuke fr mi VHr to t i au lvtir by devotinc ymr
cveiiltP ul!ii Plure lime to tile lii.ilii"f . It rop:
tiotblne to try the bupntp. NothiiiC i'i.e it for
liiouvy r.UKiiii' l-ver offered tn'Iuie. I'.iikit.eni le:i
and Ptrtctlj huiiortl.'e. lleuder. II you want to
know ul! a'lotit th !;ect purine t.v nno.', tn fore the
i-uhllc. Peud np yi i r aildrop aud we will m-rd yr-u
rill partlenlurp uml plvo'e ti rtn ir.'e;..n "j
worth S l"' free; )o'i eau then niM e r.p 'Wr
mind f.rviu-e,f Aidre t.Eilu.E .STlNsci;,'
A VO, l'orltitKl. Xvur
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EN'IT.HKO AT THE l'OST OFFICE IS CAIltO, Il
M.NOI8, AS HKCOND-n.ASS MATTEU.
oI'rTCl.U I'Al'EIlOl' A LEX AN UK U COl'STY.
Only Jloniin? Daily in Smithorn Illinois,
lOrnoBt II. Tliieleplco, City Kditiu'.
HlONAl OPTIIK, I
Cahio, 111.. March n. tssn f
"time. Har. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
6 a m Dn.ei
10 " Oil.OH
Maximum Temperature. 57 5 ; Minimum Tein
erature. 45 : Hainfull 0 J Inch.
" '" W. H. KAY,
Pera't Sl'.'tial Corn-'. V. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
At Wasliiiijrton hall on Easter Monday.
Oenonil repairing of c:irrmy;('s mid !mg
yies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
The ladies of the M. E. church will five
u sociable at the residence of 0. D. Wil
li iinson's, Thursday nij;lit,Mirch 1 1th. Tlic
usual refreshments will be servyd. All are
invited to attend.
COAL! COAL! '.
I am prepared to furnish the citizens of
Cairo with a good quality ot coal at the
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at the
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will lie
delivered to any part of the city.
At A. Halley's on Commercial avenue op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to be found in tho city. Tin
and holiowware of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply of the Rissell carpet sweepers.
Garden and farm implements. Hardware
of all kinds. Cooking stoves, the best m
the market. Examine his stock and prices
before you buy.
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
lurire lot of farm and spring wagons. Ion
wairon, one horse, two horse and sulky
lows, Tester's best, and double and single
harrows. New and second hand busies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
and see them.
Note Heads as low as per 1.000.
Letter Heads as low as
Imperial Dill Heads as bw as 2 per
Dills Lading as low as 50 per 1,000.
Envelops and printir..: .() to 00
per 1,000. '
At The Dn.t.EnN job otlice.
C.U!Ti:;'s Little Liver Pills are unlike nil
other pills. No pu;'ri:u: or pain. Act
specially on the liver or bile. One 'ill n
Maine News. Hup Ditters, which is
a Ivi rtis' d i:i our columns, are a sure cure
for autie. biliousness and kidney comp'aints.
Those who use them say they cannot he too
highly r-commeii led. Those nlllicted
should give them a fair trial, and will be
come thereby enthusiastic in the prais.- of
their curative ijivilities. Portland Argus.
Fellows' Comi-dcnd Svitci' ok IIvi'i'
rrtosvuiTKs wi;l not only supply the wa-te
Koinu on in tin- brain, but will enable the
mind to r.idure a greater tax than before.
it will nuptirt vi.u'or ami roinot" clear C"U-
.ptions to the intellect. It wul strentrthen
e nerves and Kives power to all in-
oluutarv as well ns the vuluntarv inu-cl.'S
John Major is prepare.! t t'.irr.ish
ill kinds of new Wilsons and t.u'l
credit, on approved pipit or ve
I V.o't A pHOMINKNT Dlil O i '.Ol'-E. -I I
II. Wan.-; & Co., Rochester. N. Y.-Dea:
Sir: di is now onlv tiiree moutiis sinte we
vc ived your iitt !iipn))'iit of Sate Ri'iiK-
oie. We nave miM drills i:i tins plmv tor
tw nty years, iin.l Irive never sold :i pro-
netary tneoieine. that Cives such univer
sal sat;i;iction a yours, especiallv your
Safe Kidnev au.I Liver Cure, an 1 Site Dia
We could mention nmv who havi re
ceived ''leat betielit in cases of kidnev dif
ficulties, a.thma, rheumatism, diabetes,
I'riu'ht's disease, etc, Respectfully yours,
Si.m t ox. Alexin Ina lJav. N. .
Wanted. Sherman & Co., Mar!t:ill.
Mich., want an a'tit in this countv nt
once at a salary of jjs'ii ) per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dres as a;"Ae.
The Fitte-t Sciljects. For fever ami
aoiie, and remittent-, are the debilitated,
bilious and net vou-. To such persons lbs
tetter's Si..in;ieh Flitters nil'ords adequate
irotectir.!i fvoui the malarial pest, by in-crea-iiio
vital stamina and the resistant
low er of the constitution, and bv checking
irregularities of the liver, stomach and
bowels, winch increase the damrer to le
airehended from miasma. Morever, it
eradicates malarial complaints of un obstin
Hte tyjie. The field in which this loading
family mvdicine has achieved some of its
most PistonVhina mid nmply proven effects,
ii a very wide one. In the malarious re
oio::?of our own emmtrv. in South America,
Mexico, nut r.cro.s the se,s, it ,ns given tin
tnistakiibie c ideiieei. of it curative value.
At home and abroad h has uhvay sustain
t d its si rciuitation, iht has it' ever been
,eetod by competition of s i-ealled tonics
re. resented to jK.s,.t !Md. J or prpial rf
fleafy. It Hands alone, enequalled anions
our nati 'i;'.! ivuifdii.s.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
County court in in session.
Sr. Jacoh'i) On. relieves bodily pains.
Mr. C. Manny, was reported seriously
Don' forget what you have rend about
the Plmmix Raking Powder the best in
in the world.
Since the Ohio river has raised, the
price of milk at Paducah, has fallen pro
portioiiatcly. Eight hundred full sheets of Dristol
card board to be cut into business cards,
tickets, visiting cards, etc., were yesterday
received at The Dui.i.ETtx job office.
The bids three In number -for the
removal of kitchen oft'il out of the city
limits, were last niejht opened and read in
the council chamber and referred to the
board of health.
The citizens of Illinois will vote, next
fall, on an amendment to the Constitution,
extending the term of county treasurer to
four years, and making him ineliigiblc two
Mr. Peter Neil has had the second
story of the Alexander County Rank build
mud ivided into rive very pleasant and in
vitim; rooms most of which have already
been engaged for offices.
Mr. John Antrim, who injured his leg
by jumping from one of the barges at this
P'rt, not very long since, yesterday made
his appearance in his dace of business,
supported by a pair of crutches. He is
now on a fair way to entire recover-.
Night before last the officers arrested
two negro boys for stealing coal from the
cars of the narrow guage railrcad. They
were yesterday brought before Judge Yo
cum for trial, and each was sent to the re
form school for three years.
Mr. Sherman's friends contend that he
will never desert Mr. Micawber; that is.
that he will be a candidate to the last, no
matter how many votes are against him.
He will go to Chicago with his forlorn
hope, and do the best he can.
In another column will be found a no
tice of the sociable to-morrow night ut the
residence of G. D. Williamson, Esq. We
are requested to give it such a prominence
tha "They who run may read, and
they w!io read may run" to the sociable.
Thirty roams of white and r.tbri-d
sized pa;vr fr full sheet, quarUr sheet,
half ?h"ot and other size of posters and
programmes, were yesterday receive.! at
The I'rn.KTiN job office.
lo:ie-boro Gazette: "Mr. Lmis
Schueker-. formerly of The C.v(; Dci.i.k
tin. is now local reporter for the Spring
field (1:1.1 Poit, a sprightly evening paper.
Mr. S. is a talented young man. aa l we
wish him and the Post success."
-Colorado is claimed to bp ''The garden
the world. hverytning imaginable
1 .1 ... it .i ! ..
can ie loun 1 or raises mere, mat. is every
thing but the ''Faultless," the best five cent
cigar m fie wono. nut is iuuiv.i oaiv at
F. Ivirsmvers', corner Sixth street an ! Ohio
On tie4 2''t'.i proximo an election will
be held f r one alderman from each of nur
wards, and also for a police magistrate to
till the vacancy occasioned by the resigna
tion of J. J. i;ird. City Clerk Foley, was
last night instructed to give tin4 proper no
tice of the election.
Mr. J. C. Dri lgis. with KratT. Holmes
k Co.. wholesale grocers, St. Louis. wa in
tiie city yesterday soliciting orders for th
ai nw firm. He D s gentleman of many
yeus ''xp.-rieuee ;:4 ois iM!:ies atH is cal
culated to buil I u;i a goo! trade for the
I'.rm he represents.
Our people appreciate goo i acting and
patronize good trotuns. As an evidence of
this we point t the fact that the best seats
are all taken at the Atle-mmm for next Sat
uriay night, and we greatly doubt il
there will be any left to sell at the box office
Alderman Litvgir's resolu'ion intro
duced at the last meeting ;' the city coun
cil, instructing the committee on streets to
have a survey an 1 ostium'." made of the
amount of material necee-s ary to gr.ivel or
macadams. a number ot our important
streets, was- last night adopted.
-In tho council chamber, la.it night,
$l,."i."ii) si in scrip was destroy, d by burn
ing. a were also AV.iO 0 in eancclb d cm
ins. Among tiie scrip destroyed wm a
one u uiar "greeniiacK oi tue i ismc,
tr.it ii .). !.
wiur.ii mtii nouiHicss ucn st ren away in
the safe of om of our ni"rchants sine that
--Nine hundred pounds ol Hat writing
pa;vr to .:. riled into note heads, bill
liea.K le'ier li-'.'t-l-. inns la ting, etc., wei'i.
yesterday received at The Rn.i.E i iN job of
The funeral of Mr. Frederick Whit
camp. Sr., which tool; place at h o'clock
yesterday alternoon, was one of the largest
ever seen in this c ity. It was ntieiide.l by
the members of the Masonic fraternity and
of the Arab lire company, together with a
large number of In Iriond who ha I no
connection with these societies. The re
mains were interred at Villa Ridge.
--Coroner Fitzgerald returned trom the
scene of the M.ion erieieycsterday evening.
And 'we learn from Mr. Saln'l rr. who uc.
compared the coroner, that the wmuaii
was shot in the left side, near tlw shotiHi r,
the I 1 1 passiti; e';oV' .1 the licit t Hill
lodging in the other ide of tin; iurist.
The man, in order to be better able to ac
complish his own destruction, pulled off his
boot, set the butt of tho gun on the floor
and the muzzle, to tho side of Ids neck un
der tho right jaw and shoved down the
trigger with his toes. Tho load lodged in his
brain, and death was the immediate re
sult. The cause ot tho act was
jealousy. Wo have not sp.tco for tho
The other day the horse of John Sack
burger, which had been hitched to one of
the uprights which support the awning in
front of Joe Roneker'a saloon, pulled tin;
upright from withunder tho awning.
This suggested to Mr. Roneker
the necessity of erecting hitching
posts around his place, and lie has accord
ingly "gone and done it."
Fred ICeohler has opened a line meat
shop on Eighth street, and has for sale cut
meats of all kinds and of the very best
quality. There is uot in the city a better
judge of good meats than Fred, and when
he sells a customer a piece ol meat, that
customer may be cot tain he is getting the
best the market affords. He also has ut
his shop samples of all kinds of sau
sages manufactured at his steam factory.
The agent of the Rapid City coal
mines, situated near Rock Island, this state,
was hi the city yesterday. In course of
conversation with some of our citizens he
said that during the last twelve months
more than six hundred c ilored coal miners
had passed through Cairo on their way from
the southern states to work in the mines in
Illinois, and he believed that in the near
future the bulk of coal mined in Illinois
wouid be dug by negro miners.
A boy, barefooted nil 1 illy cl id, came
to this office the other day, begging lor
cold victuals. His parents were dead, iie
said, and he was living witn his sister in a
cottage on Poplar, between Twenty-second
and Twenty-third streets. His sis'e r was
married to a man named Thomas Foley,
who bad left her in a destitute con litu n
S'line days ago and she w as unable to work
for other people for a living, since her littie
baby, of a few days old. require ! her con
Our farmers will enter upon their work
this spring with more energy and zeal thun
ever b 'fore. Theprisp-et before them is
pleasing. They were blessed with bounti
ful crops last year and realized good
prices for their products. They are, there
fore, uear'y all of them, out of debt, and
li ivo m i'.i.-y left. The prospects for another
bountiful crop of wheat i flittering: nud
the same can be .said of all kinds of fruit.
Taxes are not so burdensome as they have
been in the pas:, and thy outlook is alto
gether "i ovely."
Relow we give a IVw clippings from
the opinions of the press, of the gr-eit ae-
tress who aopears for the first and la-t time
n Cairo, next Saturday.
"The past is Rachel's-the present Jan-
uu -click's." Ihrper's Week 1 v. Janau-cliek
one of tiie great tilings of the stae.
Chicago Times. Jeuauchck, the greute t
!ivi:i-r actress. Philadelphia Times. As
Marv Stuart Janauschek h is no living
qu ah New York Tribune. What all oth
r actresses trv to be Janauscllek is. li irl-
ington Hawkeve. Janauschek is the Goth
the dramatic art. Illustrated London
News. To the names of Patu. Gnesi and
s;ori must lie :i I L-d that of Janausehek.
A meeting of those interested in push-
nig l irward the pr uecle i worn oi enlarg
ing the Illinois and Michigan canal from
Chit-ago to the loiaois river to tho caiwitv
i ship canal, and of improving the tny-
w i'iou ol the i;.;nois river ior tue sain"
purpo will be held nt Ottawa, March K
Tiiis is a movement in which not onlv the
iie of Chicago and tho-e along the line
:he improvement are concerned, but one
in which the people of the whole stat-
Inve an abiding inteii-t. for it will mate
rially affect the welfare and prosperity of
the whole state, It will send ships floating
up and down tiie Illinois river, asri cor.ncet
Chicago with th'; gulf. It will materially
aiteet t ie commerce h the state atH t.ienee
the commerce of the entile west.
A portion of th" evidence h the Whit
camp case, given before the coroner's jury
Mon iar. appeared in these cdomns yester
day morning in a confoundedly ''mixed"
slat". The maiiu-cri)t passed to the print
ers in perfect order, but in placing the type
into the form, a portion of Miss Caroline
Whitcamp's evidence was made to follow
the evidence of Mr. Nick Williams. This was
bid-it was worse than bad. It made n
very awkward appearance, und was the
cause of some ol our golden locks turning
gray. It was sufficient to drive the mu-ii:
from any man's soul: to cause the glitter
ing i'iid saintly smile of delight to bid
udieu to the countenance and cause it to
look old and care worn before its time.
Rut what can't bo cured must be endured.
nnd the matter will appear o. K. in Tut;
Tiie facts in the Whitcntnp murder
case, so far as they have been substantiated
by the testimony taken, and the circum
stances surrounding it, present a most hor
rible picture of mingled unreasoning bru
tality, and cold, calculating hitman nature
that seeks to gain a selllsh cud by meaiii
the most diabolical, regardless of the con
sequences that seem certain to tollow.
That them facts will trove snllicicht In tho
min Is of a jury to convict the wife of the (!
ceased, cannot be positively asserted; but
if uiiitnpeachfd, they point to her ns a
monster, who has long ug ceased to b-nr
within her soul thr slightest Hctnbhinco to
Immunity, and whoe heart of stoini cvpetl-
IBB PIkbihx. Bal
The Best in
"When used accorilini? to Directions it produces t lie most
perfect hot breads besides possessing all of those essential
qualities in which other powders are lacking.
GKO. 15. O'MAIIA, A pothecary,
Sole Proprietor ami Maiiiifactiircr, Cairo, UN.
ences neither regret nor sympathy. However
Mr. Fred. Whitcanip may have borne him
self toward his family- -whatever may have
been his private faults, his reputation in
this community was that of un honest man,
a genial companion: an unassuming, bar 1
working, peaceful citizen, and a sincere
friend. He was not altogether temperate,
and sometinus allowed his good nature to
be overruled by drink, when, perhaps, his
bearing toward his tamily was not that ol it
model husband nnd father; but this fault
was amply made up for by his other goo 1
qualities, and his deeds of violence during
these periods were always followed by acts
of kindness and r-givts. In view of these
facts, it is difficult to find a suffieient mo
tive for the conmiitioii of so heinous a
crime as Hut with which Mrs. Whitcamp
stands charged, inn. -h l.-ss a justification
Ry a resolution nd qited by tiie city
council l ist night, th" mayor w is tiuthniz
ed to appoint a h 'a.t:i officer, "to com
mence liuti -s as s i n a,, in his
opinion, he deems it n4eesiry; in order
that the city in iv be properly
cleaned before tic warm weather
season."' Although tho high t ig : of tie
sipe w iter would -it pre- nt interfere with
the duti of a health officer, yet, it might
Wed to appoint one, since u.s stated by
the mayor last night, the W ork of cleansing
th city, had in years pi-t, been commence I
too late in the season a:i 1 that at least sev-
ral weeks would Lav- to devoted by
tue heaith othe r t : ae juanjt.iig haiiMdt
wih the numerous rvpus
. ch-s i-f lilt': and
ii' c! --Oiling and
.lively b. gun an 1
time tin- water
y have va:.ish- i.
iie Would ll it be
hit-- a'oi ii::t!'ie:it
ruooish, ii"i..re the won;
disinfect!'-:! coiild be i-tf.
prosecute I. an.; oy that
would, i.i ail pro') ibi.i
We belli ve that our e '
pleased by th" ItU'il -
ot a heti'li Mill -r.
PROFITABLE I N V I T M E NTS .
The results of Toti'in-; policies J ! y
tue Iv'i'.nt aole L.;e A -'.trance Society .l
New York, which are now being s'-ried.
are more remarkable th :i can be -lin'.v:i in
the iitisine-s of life ins trine . JV ;mv other
company t -n p",u ! is-". .1 ii-irmg t he same
In on : case a g i'ti-'U.a:i, living i.i Fair
Haven. Conn., to whu.i policy N-. .:.(1-.i
was i-s'ie, on the '.M -t : i y. !,., wi,t.
on tin; '.'1st ol M iv ot t.t" pr -s''.-it vear,
terminate hi insurance, an i w-tn-inw m
cash jJi.T.'T 40. The tot i! :.t:t-:itit of pre
miums lai 1 ('ii the policy is ;.
receives Oack, therefore, ii'-iriy $-ib
mon; lha:i lie haspa;.!: or loos at tiie mat
ter in another way, h" gives up un en b.v
ment policy, und-T which he has ".-n in
ured for fJ.'.iN'i f.r t-n y.-tr-. and re
ceive the lull amount ol Iin i:i-..ra!ic'-. an I
mo! e t!i in f i0j in-,; les in h
Toe holder of policy No. o'.-l'l'i. for t!;e
same amount, h is pai-lia ti u years !.-l:!0
in ireuiiums. He may this year wit'. draw
rl.iiol.O'l in cash, or take a paid up policy
The hoi h-rof poliiy No. 40.0 lh. who is
a reiilent of York. Maine, has pai 1. -i:i
December 10th. lf'iO. iJd.OT.j.o- for ;iVOoo
of iusuriiKe. in D'cmber next h will
be eutitl I to ;?:;.!:;t.:'iO casli. or a paid-up
i.ilicy for if 1.700.
The agents of the society have in their
los-es-ion many slmi'.ur illustrations of set
tlements now b. ing made.
Do YOU MEAN IT:
You meet a man with a "good morning
hope you ere well, sir." y ur face so smii
itsg nnd u urt' iie tu.d manner cotnph.i
sant. Unh'Ss words nnd tone b die your
heart, you would cheerfully do him a kind
ness, and surely do him in harm. Do
yifu in-an i' ', He may have no special
claim on you, may be but a slight acquaint
ance, and may be to you only one of th"
hroiherho id of mankind, but to him is due
all that the kindly will and manner prom
ise. So be sure that you mean it.
Perhaps you put out a sign, '-John Smith,
best family groceries," This pledges your
name and characterall of the man there
i in you to the quality of your goods, not
necessarily that you shall sell nothing but
the best, but thut you phull have the .best
and that what you sell as such shall be
such. Do you mean il ? Do your customers
know that you mean it? Is it better for
them to trade with you than with James
Thomas whose sign simply say "Grocer
ies?" ( )r perhaps as a professional man you have
out a mode,! sign. "Win, Drown, physi
cian and surgeon." A physician is properly
an original meaning, one who has knowl
edge of the laws of nature, mid with us it
means ono who know these laws iu their re
lation to the art of healing and who fillers
his knowledge for practical relief of the
sick. Do you mean it? May the sick who
call you to their bt'duide rely upon your
previous careful preparation, and upon your
t he Arorkl !
faithful use of all your knowledge? If you
offer special assistance in some particular
branch of art, do you mean it J Do j-ia
bring peculiar knowledge and skill to that
branch! Is it your object to be a physician
utid live there by, or only to win dollar, and
be as much of a physician as you ar forced
t i be to win the dollars?
There is n story told of a certain United
States senator, from the weastern st it -.
somewhat noted in bis day, who had a bad
habit of profanity. Going to his native
state in the east, he visited one of his
brothers, who was a deacon in an ci thord
church, and who was note 1 for his li le'.ity
mid prayers. While they were going evn
the deacon's farm together, the ws.-r
forgetting nil restrain, lapsed back in'.,
his bad habit, and poured out LU cii'h
and curses rather freely. The g"o 1 deacon
cmi'. I not bear it, and reproved dm. (.
brother John, don't sWeur ho." 'Rro!...r
Jo," replied the scuat-.r, "I own I s-.ve ir a
good deal anil know you pray a g . i
deal, but the Lord knows J.,, that we .i ei r
either mean any thing by it."
To-day you don your best upp.ire! and
wind your way ti some fashionable eh'. re!..
Y or 'T with s..le!:,:i i',u-and humble
lie in. You bow your I. -a I i:i prayer i o
your Softly cushioned pew. Do yoi:m-i:i
it.' Ar" yi.'i really j niritig forth your ii -.::
to (Jo-1 for stjv.'i'-th. gu: l ine .' arid t'.rgiv -
ik-ss tor Me rt c-cii
is this o.Vv t
following up of h:i empty form and fi-'
ionab'.e custom ? Let us a Id in the litany
of our he rt tht' petition. "Froiu the vu.
garily of oaths that tiieuri ti j t i i i n : fr Mil
the hytiocrisy of prayer that mean !i"le :
from i'aU ' smiles a:i 1 profe-,;o:is of f:le.-i 1
chip which ueaa njthir.g. au-l tr.m on.;.;,
forms an 1 iii"i:4.;2g!es rt:-t 'in, gi 1 1 L-c i
ileliver tjs." I. A. M
Canto, UN.. M irch x. I "''.
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