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The forpiving spirit of the colored
people Is a distinctive) character of thnt
race. Tho Must violent animosities may
bo cooled by the wave of the tan of con
cession, and the hottest tire of hatred
can bo extinguished by a drop of tho
Dillk of human kindness.
Sandy Horn, a colored man known in
tho neighborhood as Buck Horn, some
time, upii met the wife of one-eyed Nich
olas. Mrs. One-eyed Nicholas wcg a
"Ukolv 'oinan," but her attraction, a!
least for Buck Horn, cousistod in alack
rather than in the abundance of tho
Mrs. Ciesur material, Huek Horn hunr
around Nicholas's house while the old
man was away. Finally he and Mrs.
One-eyed Nicholas ran uwav, and came
to Little Bock and opened a kind of
bollod-eabbagc eating-house. For the
first few days after the elojiement old
Nicholas surrendered himself to priof.
Tse lost de 'otnnn ob my bosom," he
paid. "De debil hab tuck de rib what
God hal gin me." At lust the old man
throw aside his jjrlcf, and meditated re
venue. He took an oath he would kill
Buck Horn. "I'so nebberone buck on
6 oath," he said to a neighbor, "an'
when I meets lluck Horn he runs' die
do death ob do ungodly. Happy will
bo de time when I sets de soles ob my
foot la dal 'oiiory man's blood."
Next day old Nicholas came to the
city. He brought a I'iitol and a briar
bo&k with him. A.-ecUaiiiinthe local
ity of hi mortal enemy, he went to the
house, and, without revealing his iden
tity, was admitted by a boarder. Seated
OO a bench, he awaited the aiii':irance
of lluck Horn. Alter a while the man
came. Niciola. sprung up, shut the.
door, and lockc 1 it.
."1'ucc t r luce wid de d'-bbil," cx
claiiiu'd Ni colas cocking his pi.-tol,
Olid raising tie-briar-hook. "I hab swore
tT take y r life, tilt', fore di' Lord.
gwltie 1 1 r do hit."
"Look heah, Nick," cuid Buck Horn,
"guv a tnau some sort'-r show."
"Say yer prMrs."
"Nick, 1 il'.uii want no truck wi l
"Iu do n.nrie of
nates dis Muni : ."
led his pMol.
de church I jfenni
Tlie old man Icvcl-
"Nick, doan jou reinember dat Ken
tucky wbi -Uy we drunk dat day at the
"Ves," said the old man, lowering
his pistol; ")er jr. jt uny moah?"
"Y.s, I is."
-U'hnr' yer bottle?"
"Heah hit is;" and Buck Horn took a
bottle from his jiocket; handed it over,
I he old mar) drunk, and
oywinu 'po.viiun hollow."
"Ycr's rl-l.t, old man. JLb a seat."
Tho two mi n sat down. "Let me put
yer id.-tol ober heah. l'ut de hook uVr
In clu cornder. hur, now, we's fixed.
How's cliery thirty down de country?
Yhatl Yer ain't aoln' so soon, isyei?
Wish yer stay U dinner."
"(Jiiutuf tome more ob de 'possum
hollow. Datstuir makes me feel liko
wlil-tlln'. I'eino out an' see tue. Douu
for-et de Ju; ."- I,U'!r l:,k (l,i;,tlc.
Within tho Law,
It broke tic: iv.r all ur. jt0 Wfti
flshin-r imd a tish-warden stood ami
watched him and amnncamc ab.ie'und
m to that warden: "It's out of season
to catch !i.,h. Why don't vou arrest
that rnaiia" And the warden replied
"True, ll'sa-ainst the law to catch lish;
but there's no law against a man hold
In;,' a pole with a cord attached dan".
lin in the water. That's all bo Las
dene, or is likely to do."
mm mii i
Mistaken for Coiisumpilon.
Wo havo known persons t tiKu,t for
FCr for conhumption. all to tl0 .n't.
Though they hud acotif-h.feltpuin ,hu
lump, were depreHsed, wunk, with many
other pyuiptonis tending to that diwase yet
thcrowM nontructual unboudt,t.NH oi thu
lungs. TIicbo symptoms were all the pai.
Cul OlTMtirinL'H lit a ti.roiil m,,1 ,11. i i:.
un a .4intanui llVCr
We could till a volumo with testimonials of
thousands no alb-ctinl. lm
....... nviv y 'I in a-
nuutly cured by taking tiiiuuiou'j Liver
If, ml, tl.p
A Snako Slorf and a Love Story.
Tho outlines of Cobharu's Rocks,
Pennsylvania, can bo mm miles away.
In itself it is n lonesome place. A groat,
gloomy pile of ponderous rocks rising
irrini and bold above waving branches
iif oak and hazel bushes; abovo stretches
the sky, blue as tho sky of June; below,
hundreds of feet almost, straight down,
a grand sweep of water lies cradled be
tween steep mountain sides. Far away
down the valley the river is dark with
the shadows of tho great hills; and far
beyond iu hazy waves of grandeur the
outlines of the Alleghenies lose them
selves in a broad belt of crimson sunset.
To lend an additional abhorrence to
the gloomy piie in the minds of tho peo
ple, nature infected tho rocks with rat
tlesnakes. Hundreds upon hundreds of
the reptiles swarm about tho holes and
hollows of the sombre monument, mul
tiplying year by year, until tho number
is almost beyond conjecture. An effort
was once made to destroy tho snakes by
burning the leaves and brush across tho
mountain. A man who stood on tho
top of t he rocks to watch the effect as
the Haines swept up toward tho summit,
said that years after tho occurrence tho
scene recurred to him iu his dreams, and
will waken him from tho deepest sleep
with thrills of horror. As tho tiro was
borne upward hundreds of snakes,
driven from tho bushes and shallow
holes by tho smoke, rushed over the
ground to a holo which eeemed to lead
directly into tho center of tho largest
rock of tho pile. Tho snakes, nearly
frantic from fright, darted into the
hole ono after another with remarkable
rapidity, tho bi ones foreim? the others
aside und monopolizing tho means of
escape. As tlie lire drew nearer the
rush of snakes became greater. It was
a perfect stampede of reptiles. The ut
most confusion took possession of tho
escaping things; big snakes hissed de-
liatiee ut the approaching names, but
lid not stop a moment; little snakes
darted under small stones and pieces of
lalien logs, only to be driven out again
by the beat. Ono monstrous serpent, in
trying to crawl through tho holo in tho
rock, stuck fast, half of his botly bang
ing outside. The other snakes squirm
ed about the struggling victim of his
own size in a frightful way, striking at
the defenseless tail and writhing togeth
er nearly a foot deep as tho fire crowd
ed thein against tho wall of stone. Tho
fire swept up to the summit with a rush
and as it came upon the living mass it
seemed as though a thousand snakes
leaped high in tho air und struck fierce
ly at the bursts of llame, only to fall,
writhing and helpless, into the lire. Tho
sight of the air full of snakes and lire
proved too much for the lone spectator
and he rushed down tho mountain in
In tho days when love was young at
the McWilliams homestead, a rattle
snake from Cobham's Kocks led a young
woman to choose a husband from
among many suitors. A party of young
people, retiring from a basket picnic on
the island, stopped on the hillsldo to
gather wild llowers. Two vodng men
and a young woman sat down on a
large rock to rest. In reaching out his
hand to a bed of moss, one of tho young
men touched something cold and clam
my. Instinctively he know that he had
placed his hand upon a rattlesnake.
At the same instant the snako was dis
covered by the other young man and
the youug woman, lioth screamed nud
ran front the spot. It was a critical mo
ment, but tho first young man proved
equal to the emergency. Knowing that
if he moved his hand the snake would
sting him to death ho pressed his arm
downward with all his strength, ut tho
same time reaching into his pocket for
a knife, llefore lie could opcu tho knil'o
with his teeth the snako had wound it
self about his arm.
"Uun and help him!" screamed tho
young woman to the yottii" man by her
bide. "Go kill the snake1.
The young man, however, had really
no desire to die, but remained at a safe
distance and shouted lustily for help.
"I'll go myself!" exclaimed theyoung
woman, springing lorwani.
Her services wero not ncoded. Tale
to the lips with the pain caused by tho
tightening folds of the snake, theyoung
man coolly cut off the snake's head with
the knife which he. had opened between
his teeth. The. snako was neaily six
feet iu length and was so strong that tho
young man's arm was black and blue
for a month afterward.
The sequel need not bo detailed. Tho
young woman accepted the brave young
man and both havo lived happily to
gether ever since. The snake's skin,
cured and stuffed, occupies a shelf in
their parlor. Tho other young man,
driven desperate by the young woman's
choice wandered away westward. Ho
is now scrying out a term in the Kansas
Legislature ihiladdphin Timet.
wall I A.tt OJU
When In; had linUhcd with tho cli
mate, soil and nroduetioris of Iihihn unit
had stopped to blow his nose, one of
tin; group asked:
"How about education facilities;"'
"That's the oulv thin" we. hick." r,..
plied the old man with a mournful sigh.
"We've got schools enough, but we
cun't keep no teachers."
"Whal's the trouble',"
"Well, take my school, for instance
only two miles from the nearest l.onsi.
eminently situated on top of a hill, and
pacing me iugiic-i salary. We can't
keep it teacher over two weeks."
"lo they die?"
"Some ij.i; though it's no olace for
dying. We had a young fellow from
Ohio, nud he met a grizly and whistled
for him. The grizzly cum. We had
tiiioilici, and a widdcr run him down
and married him inside of a month. Tho
third one was lame, and the Injuns over
took him. Then we tried women folks.
The first one got married the night she
lit down there; I took the second about
the middle of the third week, and tho
next one was abducted by a staL'O rob
her." "Why don't you get the ugliest,
homeliest woman you can llnd -souio"
Perfect old terror, lik? that lantern
jawed, razor-faced female over by tho
ticket -windowi1" ,
"Why don't weP Stranger, yon East
em folks will never understand us pio
neers in the 'world -never. That's my
wife -the identical school teacher I
married, and she was the handsomest
one iu the drove!" - Jh.troil Free from.
Omlradictioii animates conversation;
that is why court arc no wearisome.
DAILY CAIRO BULLK11N: T1IUKSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1882.
Rright's Disease of tho kidneys, Diabetes
and other Diseases of tho Kidneys and Liver,
which you are being so frightened about,
Hop Hitters is the only thing that will sure
ly and permanently prevent and euro. All
other pretended cures only relieve for a time
and then make yen many times worse.
"The Doctor Told Me
to take a blue pill, but I didn't for I had
already been poisoned twico by mercury.
The druggist told mo to try Kidney-Wort,
and I did. It was just tho thing for my
biliousness and constipation, and now I am
as well as ever." Torpid kidneys and liver
is the trouble, for which Kidney-Wort al
ways proves to be the best remedy known.
Stir the Others Up.
"Excellent senium this morning,"
said Deacon Goodwill to his neighbor,
as they lingered in the vestibule to shake
hands w ith tho brethren.
"Well, purtvgood; purtygood. Ain't
quite up to old l'arson Sloeuiu. He used
to give it to 'em straight. Ho preached
agin wickedness in the land."
"To be sure, but this man preaches
right to us, personally."
"That's jest tho trouble. I go to
church to hear other folks pitched into.
I don't want to be rankled up myself."
Just then the minister passed along, and
with a dubious shake of tho head ho cut
short his remarks. New Haven Hegis
kr. A Postal Binding.
That (he fools arc not all dead is 11
lustrated by tho discovery of throo of
kind in Somerset, Ind. The postmaster
at that place found a couple that wanted
to get married, and tho Justice of tho
l'eace uud minister being but of town
tho postmaster married them, as he says,
"according to the postal laws in such
cases made and provided." The action
of tho I'ostofliee Department at Wash
Ington is anxiously looked for in tho
It is woutii HEMKMisEHiNG that nobody
enjoys the nicest surroundings it in bad
health. There are miserable people about
to-day with emo foot in the grave, when a
bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic would do
them niore good than all the doctors and
medicines they have ever tried, rice adv.
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German, l'rice 15 cents.
Headache is cffectnally cured by
Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleaus the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
The U. S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
"I have used Hckijock Blood Bittehs
with great benefit for indigestion and con
stipation of the bowels.''
"C. L. Eabton,
Price 1.00. "Hamilton, Out."
II. P. McCarthy, drujfKist, Ottawa, Ont.,
states thst he was allLcted with chronic
bronchitis for some years, and wan com
pletely cured by tho use of TuejMAs' Ecleu
A friend in Need.
Time over and again Thomas' Electric
Oil has proved a salutary friend to the dis
tressed. As a reliable curative for croup in
children, Bore throat and bronchial affec
tions, and as a positive external remedy lur
pain, it is a never-failing antidote.
A Kenovatingr Itemed)'
Is to be found in Bchdock Blood Bittkus.
As an antidote for sick headache, female
weakness, biliousness, indigestion, consti
pation, and other diseases of a kindred
nature, these bitters are invaluable. Price
lie that is surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it. But ho that trusteth in Snuvi
BisH0M lor curing liver, kidney, and com
plaints of alike tendency, shall never be
disappointed. l'rice 50 cents, trial bottles
No Humbugging the American People.
You ewn't humbug tho American people,
when they find a remedy that suits them;
they use it and recommend it to their
friends. Just exactly the case with Si-kino
BiOssoM, which has become a household
word all over the United .States. Price 50
cents, trial bottles lOcens.
A Cough, Cold or Rore Throat
should be Btopped. .Neglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung diseaso or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles whicJi Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
yearB Brown's Bronchial TrocheB have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect Btitisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have at'ained
well-merited runk among tho few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cuits n
A GOOD UA.IWAIN
Will be given some enterpriseirig man
in Tins jiullktin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, fong time
and low rate of interest. The bui.ding
has rented for the past yeai for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per mmth.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three Btory 40x00 und a
twostory 10 x 4 3. Has a frontage ef 50
feet on Washington avenue ami 150 fojton
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in tho 2 Btory buildini'
will bo Bold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
Tuk Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) w)0
are afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles
guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
tion of health and manly vigor. Address
as abovo. N. B. No risk is incurred as
thirty days' trial is allowed, '
Chills and Fever.
NimmoiiH Liver liegu
Inlor mini break the
i IiiIIh anil curries the
lovur out ol theayotem.
ll ciiri D when all other
K.ir the relief and cure
of thlH diHtreHtdnif din-eiee-
une Simmons Liv
The Krctilalor will ponllividy cure this terrible
ilii-enr-e. We anert emphatically what we know to
be I rue.
pli.iulil uol be recorded ice a trilling ailment Na
ture ilftuiiml the iltiuunt reeulnrlly ufllie bowels.
Tin ii foie nrl nature by taking Simmonf Liver
lietfiiltttor. It Ik liariuluHH, mild and ellectuul.
One or two tubleiiioiinfulH will relieve all the
trouble inrident to a bllioua Ktale. melt as Naucca
Pi.'.incHH, UrowMneHH, I1h trct alter eating, a bit
ter bud lrti' In the mouth.
' e-onii may avoid all ulliu kH by nccaHlonally
inkii.:: a iIokii ol simmoiiH Liver iteul.uor to keep
the bu r in healthy netleu
cem-riill) arinitii! from a disordered ntumnch, can
be corrected bvtukmi; .Sliniuomi Liver UeKUlutor.
Mmiuotiri Liver HcL'tilat rsoon eradicate!) this dl
eaHii Irom the eHiem, leaving the ekiu clear and
dee Irmii all i n, purines
Ctilldn' uilcrln! with colic soon experience re
lief when Simmon Liver Hee,ulntor Is administer
ed. Adults iilso derive urent benefit from thi
medicine ll is not unpleasant; it Is liarmlets
and effective, l'urely vei talila.
Most of the iliseasei) of the bladder originate from
those of the kidney. Kesiore the action of the
liver fully aud both the kidney and bladder will
t'CTaki' oulv the genuine, which alwaya hn on
the w rapper the red , trade murk and sit;nuture of
J . 1 1 . Z E I L I N Sc CO.,
Kor sule by all drii),visl.
ft y r u p ce-: rr u ru
Its first apparent effect is to increase the appe
tite. It assists digestion and cause the food to as
simulate properly thn the system Is nourished.
It also, by its tonic action on the digestive organs,
induces more copious and regular evacuation.
The rapidity with which patients take on llesti
while wilder the il.lluence ol the Syrup, ol itelf In
dilates that no ether preparation can tie better
adapted to help and nourish the constitution, and
beiico le- more etlicticious in all depression of splr
ls, shnkine; or trembllnif of the hands or body,
couch. hortnes of breath, or consumptive habit.
The nerve and muscles become streni'tUened, and
the blood purified.
The various kinds ol wane or decay that affect
the human body, thoueh attended each w ith otne
fymptotii not common with the rest, arue very
much Iu this, that the tnsis In all 1 nearly the
same. It i eiierul'.y conceded, that the majority
of disease are accompanied by faulty digestion;
and such belni; tne case, we must, in order to cure
such dUca-es, cause the organs of digestion to per
ioral their proper functions. No remedy ha be
fore been discovered which him so tu'Ectlcial an in
fluence ou there organs a Fellow' Compound
Syrup of llyPophofpUiles.
Kor Sale by all J)ruei,'tst
l inn Cannot Slav Whore
It Is Used.
I(hucmutini is cured by
THOMAS' KCLKCThIC OIL.
A lame buck of cu-ht years standlni; was positive
ly cured by M) cents worth of
TAO.MAS' ECLKCTItIC OIL
Common sore throat 1 cured with one done of
THOMAS' LCLIiCTHIU OIL.
t'ouli- and colds are cured by
THOMAS' KCLKCTUIC OIL.
All throat and bum diseases are cured by
THOMAS' KCL1CCTKIU OIL
Astlimu 1 cured by
Hum aud Irost bite are relieved at once by
THOMAS' KCLECTKIC OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price 50c. and $1
V0STKK, MILBl'KN & CO-, Prop'rs.
Ilulliilo. N. V.
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TBiDC MARK, The Oreat Ii 1 1 tr -
urn i. HIV.WJ,, ly . .
ll ii t nl 1 1 ri u i n re for
potency a. id all
disease thai folow
a a Hoitienru
Itut. v ...I .. A . .
of Hell illume; ast,
loss oT lmmiorv. '-
Before 61!. Min
dlmiiesH of vision, preiimluro old ai(ii, and tnuiiy
oilier illseasea that lead to llisanllv, consumption
or a prematine yruvu.
Itfrl-'ull particulars In our pamphlet, which wo
delri) to mid freo bv mall to evervono. l orThw
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bv mail ou receipt of Urn tnonev, bv uddressini;,
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