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An Editor's Funeral.
Stewgheld, 111., Sov. 'l8.-IUrry N.
Fitzliuh, late editor of the Evening Post,
was buried to-day. The newspaper men
of the city and the governor's guard, a
military company of which deceased was a
member, attended in a body. Deceased
was a very popular young man and the at-
trruhnce unon the tuncral services was
One of the Impossibilities.
Among physical impossibilities is that of
enjoying bodily vigor winie me uigebuuu
is disturbed, the bowels irregular, or the
secretion and flow of bile interrupted. To
enrrr-ct these conditions which interfere
as thev surely do with the acquisition of
strength and flesh, the dyspeptic, constipa
ted invalid should use Hostcttcr's Stomach
nit tar, ft medicine which has been accord
ed the highest sanction in professional
fiuarters. and which time and experience
Whether chronic disorder of the digestive
or secretive organs is due, as is usually the
case, to a want of vigor and activity, or to
temporary irregularity in the performance
'of their functions,' the Bitters has invaria
bly been found adequate to the task of
furnishing those organs with renewed vigor
or permanent regularity. '
LIST 09 LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOn IN THR POBTOKIiCK AT CAUtO, ILL.,
friday novkmder 19, 1880.
Armstrong, Mary L; Brown, Sally; Cam
eron, Estclla ; Eaton, Sarah; Green, Kana;
Holm, Alice; Ilognn, Mrs. L. C; Ilanbcm,
Maria; Johnson, Mary C; King, Jane;
Belly, Lowrinda; Lee, Carrie M; Moore,
Lucrctia; Martin, Hannah; Parker, Sarah;
Scales, Mary; Spencer, Amelia; Sherman,
Mrs. P; Simpson, Mary; Shadowns, Nancy
J ; Thompson, Bettie; Walker, Miss Ida.
Atkins, M. T.; Allison, Henry; Brown,
Keuben; Bowers, Louis; Blackburn, J. T.;
Baily, Joseph; Bogcl, J. II.; Barrett, Ed.;
Itcpcdit, Earnest; Beard, Harry; Blake,
Dn; Berry, Charles; Bradley, C. D.; Cus
ter, Walter; Carter, Johnny; Coflln, J. B.;
Cavons, John; Campbell, Henry; Eckert,
George; Fowler, Charles; Graham, John;
Iliegman, William; Henry, C: Hngcn, R.;
Ilathorn, L. B.; Hourd, Jus. O.; Hilbron,
G. A.; Hughs, Cling; Harbor, A. P.; Jordan,
J no.JW.; King, Jno. J. ; King, A. ; Lnlly, Jno. ;
Landers, nenry; McCloskey, Patrick;
Hulinix, L..W; McNauaro, Joseph ;McMar
'tin, James; Mai lary, John; McCabc, Frank;
Milling Co., Cairo; Norton, J. T; Oliver,
Bud; Peyton, Thomas; Powers, C. T; Be
tordon, L. B; Ruiiners, Chas. W; Rich
mond, Dr; Shields, John; Smith, J. M;
Swaringan, Chas; Stephens, David; Stuck,
Charley; Smith, C. A; Toff, Will; Thomp
son, W. E; Tula, G; Wallace, Jno. B;
Williams, John; Welch, Ira.
; rersons calling far any of the above
amed letters, will please say adveitised.
Geo. W. McKkaiu, postmaster.
I have suffered from a kidney difficulty
for the past ten yeais, accompanied with
nervous spasms. Physicians gave me but
temporary relief, but after using three and
nc half bottles of Warner'a Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, my nervous spasms were
entirely relieved. My age is 77 years. I
recommend thiB great remedy to all Buf
fering from nervous troubles.
Easton, Pa. Mus. Maiit Bkkhe.
I STitOKoi.v recommend thn use of Fel
low'a Compound Syrup of Hypophosphitcs
to all who suffer In any way from disease or
weakness of the Lungs, Bronchial Tubes, or
J. .F. Nkwcomeii, of Toledo, Ohio, says:
1 have been greatly benefitted by weaiing
n Kxcolsior Kidney Pad, and would roc
amend all persons troublei with weak
kidneys to try it'. See adv.
ITEMS OP 1 XT KB EST.
A bang-up affair A railroad colli
Germany added 1,102 miles of road
to its railway system lsit your, nnd of
these the government built 7!3 miles.
It is intended to expend 1100.000 in
botch by next season on Oak Island
and Jones' Bench, Long Island.
Two Georgia fanners grew live
hundred bushels of Irish yuilntocs on
one acre of land, ami sold them for
5100. - -
In tho Southern Stales tho price or
T.ilnr raiires from $12.25 to $7,112 per
month. Tho average cost of subsisting
a laborer in 180 is $7.17 n monui,
against $7.14 in 187C.
Sinco tho opening of the Washing
ton headquarUTS nt Valley Forgo, they
have been visited daily by tourislsand
now the register contains page aftci
page of names.
Poker-playing is one of the recrea
tions of Americans on the ocean stcnin
crs, and the captains not infrequently
tako a band. Sometimes the play i9
for very high stakes. The gratuitous
distribution of claret on the steamers
of one of the lines cotU $5,000 a year.
A citizen of New Orleans liascxhib
itcd line specimens of fibre from tho
banana plant, lie estimates that an
aero will yield 10,340 pounds of fibre,
worth $7.50; this, added to the fruit,
will make the cultivation of this plant
Tho monument to Tiobert Burns,
which is to be placed in Central Park,
New York, will represent uurnssuuiu
ing upon tho trunk ot a fallen tree,
looking up in n contemplative atti
tude. He is supposed to be compos
ing the beautiful ode, ''To Mary in
Prof. Robert Teter prcsente 1 to the
Kentucky State Historical Society a
plaster cast of the skull of Daniel
Boone and the original mold in which
it was formed. The cast was obtained
by Prof. Peter in 1845, when the re
mains of Boone were interred in the
There are five men to one woman in
Leadvillc, Colorado. At Silver Cliff
the ratio is 6cven to one; at Pitkin
seventeen to one. The older cities in
Colorado, such as Denver, Colorado
Swings, Pucblo.Ucorgetown, Boulder,
Central and Golden, show a lair pro
portion of women. -
The four largest boot maim factories
in Jlill'ord. ilats., arc employing l,5uo
hands, and are making about 1,800
cases of boots weekly. Two fine-shoo
manufacturers are making about 500
pairs a week. With the exception of
two factories, all of the shoe manufac
turers have all the business they can
The tax rate on banking capital in
New York is nearly doublo that of
Boston. The capital of the associated
banks of New York show a decline of
$23,735,000 in tho last four years and
$23,945,000 since 1872, while bauk cap
ital in Boston lias increased about $1,
500,000 during the same term.
A youth, just launching out in trade,
Unto a wealthy me reliant talU:
Tocail the secret of aucceaar
The nabob's eyes with pleasure ulioue,
As he replied in earnest tone:
"Tho secret simple la, I think,
You'll find It, air, in printer' ink."
The Xature reports a very cui iom
telcphouio experiment made in Switz
erland on tho occasion of the federal
fete of singers. A telephone had been
placed in the Zurich Festhalle, and
two conductors connected with the
Bale telegraphic oflice, where a large
audience lnui congregated. The dis
tance from Bale to Zurich is about 80
kilometres. The Balo audience en
joyed the singing about as well as if
they had been placed in the upper cir
cle of an ordinary opera hou&c. At
tho end of tho performance they
proved their satisfaction by clapping
hands, which tho telegraphic wires
transmitted with perfect fidelity to
the Zurich performers.
To possess at once keen insight and
imperative sympathies, is to be liable
to exliemo mental suffering. The
ability to discern things in their actu
al relations, to pierce tho rind of tho
conventional and draw near the heart
of Nature, may be enjoyed merely as a
scientific pastime; but when' the
strong necessity of loving" is united
to such clear perceptions, the mind
and the heart are exposed to severe
uml incessant conflict; and to recon
cile them is the grand problem of life.
In Whitley county, Ky., a young
man sent for a minister to meet him
in a certain place for the purpose of
performing a marriage ceremony. The
good man lost his way, and, after con
sidcrablo delay, the lovers concluded
to search for him. All the parties
met In the highway, and, without dis
mounting, tho young people were
married on tho spot.
Mr. E. A. Cowper, president of tho
Institute of Mechanical Engineers, in
bis address before the members of tho
society at a meeting at Barrow, in
Furncss, while acknowledging tho
tiuccess of the efforts to promote tech.
uical education in England, lamented
the lack of enterprise on the part of
capitalists niul manufacturers in tho
introduction of new arts and new in
dustrial processes, thus permitting
less favored countries to make rapid
advances over Great Britain, and even
to compete i-ucccssfiilly with her in
her own markets.
We may expect to find selling in
this country great quantities of tho
Furlh (Bavaria) toy, lead soldiers,
clastic balls, etc., painted in brilliant
but poisonous colors, as tho salo of
these toys is now firmly prohibited in
France and very lately in Germany.
Tho stock on hand in Furlh and other
places on the continent of Eurotio
must bo worked off somehow, nnd the
American market will bo looked to
with energy. But it will be well for
parents to be on their guard, and to
carefully examine tho playthings they
purchase for their children.
Pennsylvania has expended thus far
nearly $1 500 in suppressing pleuro
pneumonia, of which sum $2,363 were
paid for killing 150 animals infected
with tho disease. Over 0,000 exami
nations we ro mndo, and tho special
agent is said to have traveled nearly
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1880.
11,000 miles in the performance of his
calling. Maryland has been considered
tho principal sourco of infection, but
as the State has now in operation a
law for tho suppression of the dlseaso
similar to that in force in Pcnnsyiva
nia, it is believed that its spread in
that State will be effectually prevent
ed. Says the Parisian : It would bo well
for Americans who think of coining
to Paris to be married to remember
that it is ono of the most difficult
things imaginable to be wedded in
France. No forcignor can bo married
in this country until he or she has
lived here at least three months, and
sometimes eight or ten months are ne
ccssary. Besides, both parties to the
ceremony must produce their birth
certificates, and how many Americans
are prepared to do that off-hand? Tho
best possiblo advice to Americans is 5
If you must marry, don't come U
France to have the knot tied."
Enyinening says that "an old and
comnaratively little-known work by
C. A. Tremtsuk, published at Bor
denux in 1812, giviM some interesting
particulars of the steamers plying
about that time on the Girondouud
the Garonne. One of these vessels,
tho Union, set to work in Juno, 182'J,
had a compound engine constructed by
llallcttc, of Arras. This engine had
two inclined cylinders, the connecting
rods taking hold of the same crank
pin. The cylinders had a diameter of
i.i fm.lii.8 Inches, resneclivelv. and
the stroko in each instance was 20
inches. The engine was run at 30 rev
olutions a minute under a pressure of
C6 pounds of 6team. Another exam
ple of an early compound engine was
that which in' 1842 was in use in the
steamer Le Corsairo Noire. It was
built in 1837 by Fol. Sr., Bordeaux,
and had three oscillating cylinders,
two of them being 10.78 inches in di
ameter, with 3J.4 inches stroke, and
tho third having a diameter of 21.27
inches with a stroke of 32 inches. The
three cylinders acted on three differ
ent cranks. The two 6mal ler c y linders
received the steam from the boiler at
a pressure of 74 pounds, nnd dis
charged it into an intermediate re
ceiver, from which it passed to tho
large cylinder, and then to the con
denser. Child like and Bland.
His name wai Moses Sparrow. He
was very green. That was the idea
which always came into Miss Page's
mind when "bhe looked at her country
landlady's son. Such a rustic youth,
with such fair hair, worn long, such
big blue eyes, such sloping shoulders,
such a lamb-like expression. And,
being there at the farm-house, whith
er she had been 6cnt to spend the Sum
mer months, the city bello resolved
that she would try her powers of fas
cination upon the boy who struck her
as so good a subject for a flirtation, in
which all the fun was to bo on her
side and all the sentiment on his. And
ot it she went,beginning with a smile,
a look, a word, aud rejoicing to sec
the fish bito so readily. She enjoyed
herself very much until she grew tired
i,jt; and then she accmeu on ureajs
ing the crash. ' fc6 she" lured him out
in the garden aud made hi in sit be
side her on the bench under the wist
aria?, and said sadly, ''I'm going home
next week. I shall send you niy wed
ding cards when I am married. I am
to be married to a rich old gentleman
next "Winter." Then sho waited to
6co him drop at her feet; but he
did not drop. He only said, "Wal,
I'm real glad ! I kinder felt afraid Pd
been goin' too far with you. I'm a
sort o butterfly, ilittin' from flower
to flower yoo know; I hev flirted
with you, 1 du allow. I was afraid
you would go off into a decline or
Milhin' you seemed to set so much
on me if you hcercd suddcu-liko that
me and Ann Maria was keepiu' steady
company. But, law, sence you're go
in' to be married, there ain't no harm
done I 1 shouldn't hcv liked you to
drown yourself, like t'other Summer
boarder did, in the mill pond. She
had my photograph in her pocket
when she wa3 fished out." Then he
smiled at Mis Page, aud she arose
and sailed away from him with great
dignity. But Moses sat within the
arbor a while longer, and laughed so
loudly that his mother heard him in
the kitchen, where she was sprinkling
clothes, nnd thought tho old owl in
tho woods was hooting louder than
ever that night.
A Worldly Old Maid's Advice.
From my safe position I have watch
cd many husband's, my dear girls, and
can give you a few hints which may
bo of service in selecting a partner for
life. I Bhall confine my observations
to the small circlo of men, such as I
have studied ihcin around the tca-ta-ble.
If it man wipes his feet on the
door-mat before coming Into the room,
you mav bo sure ho will make a goqd
domestic husband. If a man puts his
hnndcrehicf un his knees whilu taking
his tea, you may bo sure ho will make
a prudent husband. In the same way,
always mistrust the man who will not
tako the last picco of toast, but prefers
waiting for the next warm batch. It
is not unlikely ho will mako a greedy,
Bclfish husband, with whom yuu will
enjoy no "brown" at dinner, no crust
at tea, no place whatever at homo.
The man who is very careful of his
own health is very upt to bo careless
of yours. All his sympathy is Cx
pendod on himself. Too man who
watches tho kettlo and prevents it
boiling over, will not fail, my dears,
in his married state, in exercising tho
sumo care in always keeping tho pot
boiling. Tho lnun who doesn't take
tea, ill-treats tho rat, takes snull, and
stands with his back to tho fire, is a
brutowhom I would not ad vise you
to marry under any consideration, ei
ther lor love or money, but most de
cldedly not for love. But tim mm
V Willi Urllfll. tlt.l I.. i. tit ........ !.. .!
....v.. uiu jn Kiyvv m uncov
ered tq have had none, Is suro to mako
the best husband. Pulienco like his
deserves being rewarded with the best
of wives and tho best of molhcrs-in-Jaw.
When you meet with such a
man, do your utmost to marry him.
He will in all respects be a uiudel.
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes :
Some months hl'O the daughter ot ono of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. no was very mucn
reduced in flesh: terrible coiurb. her life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to uso "Dr. Swayne s compound Myrup
cf Wild Cherry," which bIio did. In a
short timo she was tree from all cotwh and
other symptoms, and is now rosy and
. . --. A , 1 Ai 1
healtiiy. j'nee cents aim f i a uottie or
a hnttlcs 5. The liirM size is the most
w - - n
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
& Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druggists.
An occasional dose ot "swayne s rins'
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
He that is surety for a stramrer. shall
smart for it. But he that trustoth in Spring
Blossom for curing Liver, Kidney and com
plaints of a like tendency, shall never be
disappointed. Price: OUcts., trial Dottle
45 Years Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
r tint recommended as a remedy " for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Ilflious Complaints, 1'ys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative tney are unequaica.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
JS?" Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, To.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
BOOTS AND fllOES
OOTS AND SHOES.
All h.irts, Siyln anil Sir.ca at
C. K O C 3HFS,
Manufacturer and dealer
In the fineat Hand Sewed Dd l'cgcd Moots and
Shoea of all the lati at a'ylea. from the beat
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturer. Haa the largest and hent celecied
etock to be found iu the city for
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Child renV
wear, atiheloweat poacible priced. Alwaya cuhand
a complete Mock of Kather ami flndinc'.
No. !l Commercial Ave. ( , , , ... Til
Bet. Fifth and Sixth St. ' (1110.111.
MaLulacturer and ileuler in Custom-made
BOOTS ajtd SHOES.
Finest and at'.t
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes for BojVand
Men's wear to be
fonnd in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. U. All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
done on ahoit notice.
Irjrrlirli Qf Between Commercial and
jIIUII HI., Washington Aye.
Cairo - Illinois.
rpL'E CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLWAY, Prcnidcnt.
11. L. HALLIDAY. Vlce J'reaident.
THUS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
I. aTAATS TAYLOR, W. t. nALl.IDAT,
DINRT I. HAIXIIMT, II, II. CUNNINOUAM,
a. O. WILLIAMSON, pTUI'ilEN BlltO,
U. II, CANDEE.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND HOLD.
Depoaitareceived and a uencral tanking bualncaa
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OH TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O F F 1 0 K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
i''t.'.'ti'' J? jv
The-extraordinary effect orthla Iliuhii. aa pre
pared by Dr. Uaydnck, upon the Kldneya and Uri
nary OriL'tma la without a twrallcl In tliu hlslory fof
medicine, and ltd revulu farjbeyoiid ony of tho
Kidney remedlea of the duy. it Htiinulatea inges
tion udda tune to the ayntem. luvliiorutva Urn Un
burnned, nnd la lufulllhlu for the cure of Dla
l etea in ita worst form.
)nu trial of a teuapoouful In a wine clue" of
water will convince tho nuiat aceptlCHl wittiiu from
ten to twenty mlntitea.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In nil ill.eaceii afl'ectluK theae ormns whether
they accrete too much or loo liltlu water, or
whether thev be afllleted with atonu or gravel, or
wllh oche. and alua nettled In the loin oyer the
Will j;lvc almost Immediate relief, when nil oilier
mean have fulled. The tnor-l powerful existing
medicine lor the euro of fminle eomplaluls. Kilty
yeara cxpcrleiicelncoutcHtalilv proven this remedy
liiirmilled fur I tie dUonler liieideulnltii the femalu
rex. No fumilvahniild ua without it, and it muv ho
UUn nv young nrold, aa It will restore health when
every oilier meana prove uiiaiicceaal'ul.
To the atonmch we trarodya pepata, headache and
general debility to the liver, bile, jaundice, aud
yellow fever: to the bowels, diarrhoea, dvseutary,
cnnatipatluii. piles, and It Mil In; tothu lnnj:, coil
aumption. etc.; to tho blood, scrofula, scurvy,
and all cutaneous eruptions. By keeping these
organs aud vita' llnid pure and healthy we may
safely defy the attacks of disease, aud no liiedlcii e
yet prepared for thia purnosu cuu equal the ac
Vitalized Bitch ir.
HK.Vi: WHAT IS SAID.
"It ha male rcea new man."
"Dr. llaydoek'a IJurhu has Increased mv wcishl
".My wife would r.tt be without It for any
'Our little boy la much better, I encloue one
dollar for another bottle.''
"I find it us easy to take aa milk
"We have sold thirteen bottles this wek. and
shall want threo dozen next order."
"My morning a;;ony l Rone thanki to your
Want of space comnela me to conclude.
Any Invalid or suflerer afilctea with any Kidney
disorder who w ill write me as to their complaint,
will be treated humanely and kindlv It ia my
most earnest desire to Investigate all forma of
Diabetes, and to give relief at all times. It you are
too poor to pnrchase. write me any way, uudyonr
ca-e will lia.e Immediate attention.
C A U T I O N.
Observe tint the sirature of Jos. ilivdurk la
aerosa the li.o'Hh o each botlie.
Price- One dollar for large, and fifty centa Uw
7 Dey Street, New York.
To Nenoiis Sufferers The (ireat F.urnpi mi Rear
etlv-l'r.J. 1. Shni'soii'fcSpeeillf Medicine.
Dr. J. H. Slmtison'a Specific Medicine is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impoteiicy, Weakness
and ail n:easi-s resninueirom seir Aimse. as ner
vous Debility. Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude, Depression ofSDlrila and functional de
rungements of the Nervous System generally i'alns
in liock or Bldu, Loss of Memory. I'rrnialiire t)lo
Age and diseases
that lead to Con
ty and an early
ifrave. or both.
No matter how
shattered t h e
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, a short
course of this medx lne will restore iIjo lost tunc
tloua and nrocure health and hanulncss . where !
fore was despondency and gloom. The Specific
cess. " ilic.
Pamphlets sent freu to all. Write for them and
C-t lull narticu ar
I'rice. Speeiilc. l .(i per Packaee. or x iark
ages ler fp on. Will bo seni by mall on receipt of
uiouey Aiiup-gs an oroers.
.1 II. SI.MrStO N MKDICIM. CO
Nos. 101 snd Hi Main St.. Iiulialo, '. Y
(MAY'S SPKHFIC JIKDK I.VK,
TRADE MAWK.ThcOreatEnglisinKADE MAIIK
Kcmeriy, an un
failing cure lor
Inipot'liry. and all
diseases that fol
low na a conse
quence of aelf
T t . m i souse; as loss oi,
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