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All Communlcaliuoa ahould be addressed to
Publlihor and f rnnrletnr.
WLat Is Money? '
What Is ntoni'y? How did it coino in
to tlio world? Obviously iiiooiitcstahly'
ill (i toof, nn iriNtriinmnt. nothing
rl)'. It in not mi object wuiht for lU
own snke, to bo ki'pt mul iikimI. It in nc
mired solely for tlm 8rik of tlio work it
loM a mere machine Tim ovorelni
wlilih a mail carries about in his purse
are distinctly intcixlctl to be net to work,
and that work in solely to be given away
In exchange for Nomi'lhlng !.. Money
iatlie toi of exchange, tlm inxtruineiit
of obtaining for its present possessor
some commodity or service winch U de
Hired. Hut how did tlio neeenity ariso
for inventing such a tool? Many econo
mist answer that a measure of value
was needed, a contrivance which should
nable men to compare with each other
tho several value or worths of the com
modities they handle. Tho farmer re
qnircd to know how uianv fhecr , he
ought to give for a cart. Thus money
was do vised to meet this want. Hut
this is nn entire mistake. A measure
which should tell accurately the worth
of one commodity compared with that
of another was a want created by civil
ization as It developed itself. A far more
urgent teed made its appearance at nn
earlier period. Munr-v got over tho
greatest diflieulty whicli the social life
of men encountered. Human beings,
unlike almost all animals, were formed
to make different commodities for eac h
other; how were they to be exchanged
How could tho men who mutually want
ed each other's goods be brought to
gether for exchanging? A farmer was
in want of a coat, but the tailor had no
desire to obtain a calf; he was in want
f shoes. Here were two sellers and
two buyers, yet neither could procure
what he needed. Money came to the
rescue. The farmer sold his calf to tho
butcher for money, and with that money
lie procured the wished-for coat from
the tailor. The tailor repeated the pro
cess with the shoemaker. Thus money
solved the difficulties. Four exchangers
were brought together instead of two,
nud two articles were Kohl and two
bought with money; and by this em
ployment of a common tool for exchang
ing, the greatest principle of associated
human life was established division of
employments. It is plain that the money
first bought the calf and then traveled
on to buy the coat. It circulatedit re
mained permanently in no hands. l
fullilled its one service to exchange, to
place- two different articles in different
hands. Each tnao who obtained the
money intended to pas it away in turn.
Thus the conception, tool, conies out
transparently. It performs its function
by substituting double barter for single;
the farmer first barters his calf for money,
and then barters away the same money
for a coat. This conception of money
dives into its essence; that money is a
tool must never be left out of mind: it
governs every thought, every word about
money. If money was never thought of
but as a tool, the world would be saved
a vast amount of idle shaking and
writing. Uonamy Price, tWaio
A New Treatment of Tetanus.
The foreign medical journals publish
in full the views of Dr. l'ia on tetanus,
jind his new treatment of the same. The
disease, he believes, consists essentially
of an exaggerated reflex irritability of
the spinal cord, which may bo indiffer
ently causi'd by traumatisms, toxic in
fluences, or so-called rheumatic action. '
Since tho motor tracts of the cord re
jH)nd in a morbidly exaggerated man
lier to all sensitive impressions, the main
object of treatment, he. thinks, must be
to lessen sensory excitation the cord,
by this means, gaining rest, and thus
return to its normal condition being
wade possible. Dr. Ilia, therefore, em
phasizes strict isolation of the patients;
they arc, ho says, to be separated from
their friends, and kept from all possibil
ity of sensory impressions even the
fhysiei.n to exercise great care in his
nterconiNft with tho patient, lest the
latter bo disturbed. ;
Perhaps the reason that gi psies un
derstand so well how to work upon tho
.sympathies of others is because they nro
fuperstitious themselves. Some gypsies
et their boots crosswise heforo going to
bed, fancying thereby to keep away l ho
; cramp; a female, gypsy carrieil the skele
ton of a mole's foot, which she called a
"fairy foot," because she believed it
good against rheumatism; and it is a
standing truth among them that chil
dren in toothing should wear a necklace
made of myrtle stones, which for a hoy
must be cut by a woman; by a man for
a girL An adder's xlotigh or a bit of
mountain ash Is certain to bring good
luck; and with tho sarao object some of
the children wear round their necks
black bags containing fragments of a
bat. In order to hurt an t'tiemy you
have only to stick pins into a red bag
and burn tho samo; others for tho same
end resort to tho cruel practice of slick
ing pins into a toad until it looks liko a
hedgehog, and then bury it with certain
observances. Ono old woman, called a
ghost seer, carried in her pocket a litllo
china dog dressed liko a .doll. "I
mind,1' says the gypsy who tolls tho
story, "sho lost It once, and uho was in
such an awful state, till it was found;
and she used to fancy it would talk to
lier when sho was all alone smoking her
pipe in the van. You should see a pack
of very old fortune-telling cards, which
was puinted In different colors. Sho
used to select tho different ones for each
day; sometimes she would have those
with tho devil and sorpents on them,
then sho would carry those with birds
and palaces." Now if superstition
could bo confined to the lower classes,
it would bo something of a blessing.
. Tha Unengaged and tho Engagod.
Tho London World thus describes
girls before and after they are betrothed:
"Tho Young Unengaged Hird She is
slight, light, and bright; fond of the So
ciety of tho Cousin Hird; chatters a good
deal at feeding time; is uddictod to
meaningless interrogations, round
games, bon-bons, fragments of tho slang,
berry, and semi-plucked Undergraduate
Hints, upon which he feeds voraciously.
She is frequently found chirruping with
others of her tribe at the pluming or
hour. Tlio Engaged Hird-(Jeiierally
seen flitting mysteriously around the
trousseau tree. In the evening prefers
sitting out on a branch and watching
the Harpers; has been known to smilo
on the nest Man Hird and ciniso much
irritaticm thereby. As a rule, feeds with
one claw concealed, nnd is invariably
lost tit a picnic, to the amusement of the
Matron liinl.s nnd envy of the Flappers.
The llcsh is white ami soft."
He sat at her feet in quiet ponce. Ho
looked into her face and said, softly,
"Ah, dear, I could sit here forever."
'Could you. love?" answered she. "Yes,
sweet." "You are right sine you could,
darling?" "1 know it, myown." "Very
well, then, you sit there," for I have an
engagement to go out with young Mr.
Fitzpooner, mull won't be back this
evening. Turn down the gas and fasten
the night-latch when you go away. Ta,
ta, dear." And she went out.
m . m
A scientist says your scientist is al
ways saying something that each adult
Iierson carries enough phosphorus in his
lody to make forty thousand matches.
They who know how hard it is to mako
a match of two jieople will begin to lose
their faith in scientists.
Chinamen don't rock the cradle; they
make the sky rocket.
Destroyed the Contents of a Room
used by a small-pox patient may be avoided
by using Durbys Prophylactic Fluid. It is
morally criminal to neglect the use of such
a disinfectant end preventive. It is cer
tainly best to prevent the spread of disease,
and those who will use Darbys Prophy
lactic Fluid freely about their house will be
saved from the attacks of all contagious
diseases and death itself.
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs.Ogdeo, N. Division Street, Buff do,
says: "I cannot be too thankful that I
wis induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was at one time afraid I should never be
able to get out again. I icemtd to be a
second edition of Job without his patience;
my face and boo'y were one vast collection
of boils and pimples; since taking one bot
tle of your Spring Dlouom lam quite cured,
all eruptions nave disappeared, and I feel
iH-tter than I have in a long time." Price
50 C:ntf, trial bottlis 10 cents.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Arc you disturbed at niurht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, po at once and et a bottle of
Mrs. inslow g ShUIiiiil' Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it;' there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the Ixiwels,
and f ivo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in nil eases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 cents a bottle.
'II ackmetack.' a laptini! and fragrant per
fume. Price 21 and SO cents. 13
Nearly a Miracle,
E. Aenith Hall. Binjjhnmton, N. Y.
writes: "I suffered for several months with
a dull pain through left lung and shoulders.
I lott my spirits, appetite and color, nnd
could with difficulty ktcp up all day. My
mother procured some Burdock Blood Bit
rcrs; I took them as directed, and have felt
no pain since first wecx after using them,
and am now quite well." Price f 1 00, trial
size 10 cents.
The Rev. Geo. II. Tuatek, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 9
On tn Punt CI Aln,li fnr Mrs Friuuimn'o
New National I)ve. For briehtni'su nnd
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 3 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
anu ucrroan. rnce io cents.
For Dyspepsia, and Liver Comwlftint
you will have printed guarantee on every
Dome oi oiuioii b v Hanger, it never tans
to cure. 15
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. 5 for f 5. All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Soli in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Shiloh's Catamui Bkmedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dlptheria and Canker
Madk fhom Harmless Matehiai.s, and
adapted to tho needs of fading and fulling
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam bus taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
V,iv wiit. vnrt miurli U'lmn QTiilnli'i
Cure will givo immediate relief. Price
iu cents, ou cenia ami i. u
Makv MrnFiiAiiTH Propi.K drnrr Ihnnv
Hi I vim nliriiit with I'rtilillir slrcnith. feelinrr
- . w ... - - 1 - -
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strcmrth
Burely coming back to them. 8oo other
Siciloh's Cuur will immediately relieve
Croup, V Hooping cough and Bron
chitis. ' 14
JameB Pearson, 28 Sixth Street, Buffalo,
says: UI have used your Spring Blossom
tor myself and family, and think it inval
uablo as a household remedy, for regulating
tho bowels, liver nnd kidneys. I shall
never bo without it." Price 50 couta, trial
buttles 10 cents.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL
A iuSAt iN.iK(-ron free with nnrh bottle
of Bhiloh's Catarrh Itemudv. Price 60
The Luw of Kindness
is universal ;it affects all the human family,
all animals, and rnny be even" found in
patent medicines. Borne are drastic and
the patient is obliged to suffer pains worse
than the disease; but in cases of obstinate
conslipstion, dyspepsia, there is no remedy
so kind, so gentle in its effects, and yet so
satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters.
Auk von madk misembld bv Tnrllnroutlnn
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
l enow Skin r Hhiioirs vitalizcr is a posi
tive cure. 10
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell dywn stairs and severely bruised
his knee. A few applications of Dr. Thom
as' Eclectric Oil entirely cured him.
Indian Blood Syrup.
bvkprpMa. Liver Ms-
. i ranrn. r r, rr mill aimim
nes, Nervous Ix-blliiy
TT1K BEST REMEDY KX0WX TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 18?0!
Thl Pvmp poMP nr'el nropcrtlec It tlrn
ulte the ptyiline In the talWa, which converts
un risrco ana rutcarof the fuod Into clucnrs. A
flnriencjr id ptyaone cui'i - ind nnd touring ol
iuc lun'i iu inr riumnca. ii int. meiucri jb w.n
jiunicdliUcljrafloreatiBg, the fermuntation ol fotd
Jt nc upon the T.IverJ
It arts upon the KMnej j,
It Rf gulates the Rowels,
Jt rnrlMos the Rlocwi.
It QnieU the Nervous System.
It rroiiiotfs Digestion,
It Nonrlshes, Strencthi-ni and Invlfrorsts,
It Carries off the Old Blood ami makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It nenlral!.'the hereditarr taint. or nolfonin
th blood, wbkh pom-ratf Scrofula, Krvalpfla.
and ull manner of t-kln Dleeai-ea and Internal hu-
There aro no aiiirlta employed In 1U mannfactnre
and It tan be taken by the niont dc llcate babe. or by
e, aced and feeble, care only beinj; required in at-
teuu. u to directions.
Oaiva, Henry County, Ills.
I waspiifrorlnB from Sick Hvadacheand n'ir.l-
nep ro that I conltl not attend to my household da
tic, and a thnrl trial of Or. Clark Jobneon'a Icdl
au blood Sj rup efltciusllv curt d me,
Waterman Station, DcKaib Co., Ills.
This to to certify that Dr C'lnrk Johnson's Indian
Blood Svrnn htf enred me of l'aln In the Back. It
Id a valuable medicine. Mltb WOUO.
Centre mil. White Co., Ark.
Thin In to certlfr that 1 was afflicted with Palni-
tatlon of tho Heart for many years I tried differ
ent doctors. born prescription tended more to
weaken me than they did to (.trenthen. 1 a, lart
tv Ived to try t)r. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
8yinp. which proved to hu a positive cure not on
ly curt i) ir ibe Heart Disease, but also a blck llcad
ach which hud been Irouhlii i; me.
M Kb MARY A. SAL.
I was afflle'ed lth Liver Complaint and Dyspen
sla and fulled to net relief, althonuh using modi
clues from our best doctors I couimeuced nsins
Dr. Johnson Indian Wood Mvrnp. atinashort trial
cured me. T. W. KIS1NO. Jtollne, 111.
This rortlflea that Dr. Clark Jobnon' Indian
BliMid Hvruu has e flvctuallv rnred me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot be said In praise o' It.
W. E. W 1 M M t. It, Bedford, Mo.
Ai'ents wanted for tho sale of the Indian Blood
Syrnp in every town or villuo, in which 1 have no
aciil. 1'artlcuiiire given ou application.
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