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CU1C.VOO COKSKT CO.. t Idciitfu, 111.
WaDled LTim to Teol at LToine.
The mAmgingfMliUirof tin; h'wje Ijhs
been f)ciiilin a few weeks iu tho coun
try, nnil now liu writes wilh one IimihI
wliilo he lifts himself up by tho waist
band with the other so as to keep his
muscle in trim. During the lirst day of
his visit abroad ho dropped into tho
local grocery wtoro to order sume New
England molasses, or sonn thing of that
"From Doston?'' iuquirod thn pro-
Crietor. "lkre, 1'ike, you get otV that
ag o' beans."
"No, not from 15oston," replied tho
"Never mind, l ike. Kit still: from New
York, I suppose, l-'olgcr, you drop oil
that kit of burglars' tools, sudden!''
"Not New York either," smiled tho
"Keeii your scat, Folger. Mnybo
you're from Philadelphia. Look here,
Abrams, you'd better 11 y olT that barrel
of rum before I get around there!"
"Mistaken nsrain," said the manag
ing editor. "I'm not lrom Philadel
phia." "Don't move, Abrams. Sit riht
where you are. Perhaps you've conio
from ashington, sir. Phillips, if you
don't rise oil' that ease of wire bustles
you'll wish vou had swapped places
"Wrong oneo more," observed tho
managing editor. "1 don't come from
"That's all right. Phillips, keep your
scat. May 1 ask where you are from,
"Certainly," replied tho managing
editor, "I'm from Prooklyn."
"Here, John! Quick!" Hun over ami
get a stack of poker chips for tho gen
tleman to sit on! Lively now! We al
ways try to niiiko a iii in fi'cl at homo
in this section, and when lie conies
back, Pll see if I can't, lind something
strong enough for yon to drink, sir."
The Tailor's Discovery,
"Now, then, Mr. Cassiiuere, aro you
over going to get these trousers done?"
exclaimed a promising youth on hur
riedly entering the establishment of his
favorilo tailor. "They'll bo dono to
morrow, Kir," replied the tailor, (piietly.
"That' 8 what vou said yesterday."
"Exactly." "Well isn't this to-mor-row?"
"Certainly not." "Well, wa.su' t
to-day to-morrow yesterday?" "It was,
but it isn't to-morrow to day." "Well,
when in creation will to-morrow be,
then?" "Don't you know, sir?" "No."
"Do you remember the last suit I made
you?" "Yes." "Yon will remember
that when I called for my money you
always said that you would pay to-morrow.
I have discovered that to-morrow
never comes. Do you understand?"
Tho youth sought the street, and by the
ungentle slam ho gave the shop door it
was quite evident that ho did.
I..... i. i rrmm-
"How aro tho colored voters coming
on, out on Onion Creek P" asked an
Austin candidate of a darkey with a
load of bay. "Par's a heap oh sickness
out dar among m colored folks."
"What is it, malaria?" "1 reckon tint's
do name ob tlosiull', Hit am sunitin
what ho got from do dniogcry-Khop."
What Muff aro you talking 'about?"
"Do stuff u white man out dar puts In
his watermillions to keep de colored
folks from mlMukiV cm li omdarowu
witermillioiiB." Texas Hij'tingt.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1882.
If thou would'st bo boruo with, boar
with others. Puller. ,
To bo proud of learning is tho great-'
est ignorance. Ilislmp Taylor.
To givo pain is tho tyranny, to mako
happy tho true empire of beauty.
If you want enemies, excel others; it
you, want friends, let others excel you.
No man ever offended his own con
science, but first or last it was revenged
upon him for it. South.
Our happiness in this world depends
on tho affections wo aro enabled to in
spire. Duehcsso do Praslin.
Hotter to bo despised for too anxious
apprehensions, than ruined by too con
fident a security. liitrke.
There is no use of money equal to that
of benclicence; hero tho enjoyment
grows on reflection. Mackenzie.
Conceit is to nature what paint is to
beauty; it is not only needless, but it
impairs what It would improve. Pope.
Wo do not always like people tho bet
ter for paying us all tho court which wo
ourselves think our due. (Jrevillo.
Nothing is moro dangerous than a
friend without discretion; even a pru
dent enemy is preferable. La Fontaine.
Wood Is iio jrnort tint if II bn upend;
(iol drivel h good for lioiio oilier end,
Tim truly gpiimous Islho truly wise;
And ho wtio loves not others, lives mildest.
It many times falls out that wo deem
ourselves imidi deceived in others, be
cause wo first deceived ourselves. Sir
There is nothing moro universally
commended than a lino day; tho reason
is, that people can commend it without
People who aro always taking care of
their health aro liko misers, who aro
hoarding up tv treasure which they have
never spirit enough to enjoy. Sterne.
Associate with men of good judgment ;
for judgment is found in conversation.
And wo mako another man's judgment
ours by frequenting his company.
liigrntitiirin thou nimble-headed (lend,
.Moro hideous, when thou show'st thee in a
Thau tho sea monster I
A vulgar man is captious and jeal
ous; eager and impetuous about trilles.
lie suspects himself to bo slighted, and
thinks everything that is said meant at
Ho who thinks he can find in himself
the means of doing without others is
much mistaken; hut ho who thinks that
others cannot do without him is still
more mistaken. La Kochefoueauld.
It may be remarked, for tho comfort
of honest poverty, that avarice, reigns
most in those who have but few good
qualities to recommend them. This is
a weed that will grow in a barren soil.
He not overeiiilKito
To east I lie fashion of uncertain evils;
For mi ant f ' -v lie no, while the rest unknown,
What need u mini forestall hlsdateof grief,
Anil run to mctf what ho would most avoid.
As long as you are engaged in tho
world, you must comply with its max
ims; hecauso nothing is more unprofita
ble than tho wisdom of those pewions
who set up for reformers of tho age.
"Lis a part a man cannot act long with
out offending his friends and rendering
himself ridiculous. St. Lvremond.
The Pennsylvania Oil Fields.
Following everybody else, 1 got a
buggy, after some difficulty, and started
for the scene of excitement. It was al
most opposite the town over tho river, ,
but it was a roundabout way of six
miles to reach it. Tho livery man ad
monished me to keep tho horse out of
the Aiil in the road, as it would tako tho
hair oh". This road was a wild, rocky,
crooked, wicked road, and was marked
by greasy pipes hero and there, which
seemed to creep down from tho moun
tain like endless, slimy blaeksnakes
through tho bushes, under the slender
maideu-bair ferns, beneath blackberry
briar and the tangled wire-grass, among
the gnarled scrub oaks and tho rich
golden rod finally plunging under the
road and disappearing over tho bluff on
the other side. Far below they connect
ed with tho great iron tanks beside tho
railroad track. Theso iron pipes havo
been connected with tho seaboard re
cently, and tho pump stations, at con
venient distances, force tho oil to groaso
its own way to the eastern refinery and
places of shipment. When 1 reached
tho top of tho bluff 1 saw tho tall der
ricks dotting tho fields on either side,
and tho smoke and steam, and walking-
beam told of activity. It was where
tho road beyond was blocked up by
horses nnd vehicles that tho attention
was directed. There was a small farm-
houso on the left. In tho family garden-
patch iv gang of men were busily at
work putting up an immense derrick.
In tho family barnyard ono had just
been erected, and workingmen wero get
ting in the machinery, in tho corn- field
beyond the garden stood a derrick about
ninety feet liich. Thero was another
ono lust like it this side, in tho oats,
and this derrick was black witli oil from
bottom to top. This was tho big woll,
where tho strike was mado yesterday,
and the blackened derrick was tho mark
of tho oil-spout that shot eighty feet in
to tho air so unexpectedly.
My horse in a fence corner, I plunged
through the oat-slubblo to loin the look
ers-on, and suddenly found myself ovei
my shoo tops in oil-mud. The How had
Hooded the wholo neignimrhoou anil
left it sticky and disagreeable. There
was a curious scene here. Tho corn
was trampled in tho mud, tho oat
shocks thrown down, tho fences wero
half destroyed. On the ground wero
strewn ends of worn-out ropes, joints of
iron pipe, rails, and odds and ends of
rude machinery. Thero was a furnace
and steam boiler mounted between tho
coin rows, and the stalks wilted with
the heat or wero trampled under foot.
No ono noticed so small a thin";. The
placo looked liko a battle-field where a
battery had been worked. Tho ma
chinery was still. Thero is no need of
machinery. Tho oil is glad enough to
come up and ho run in. The pipes
Himply connect with tho casing of tho
well and run off thero through the corn,
where they empty into two great tanks
You can hear tho roar of tho escaping
gas as it blows off the dark oil Into tho
tanks, now ceasing, now gurgling, now
making a rushing nolso like the escup
vi steam of a locomotive. You can
climb up tho littlo ladder and look over
the top of the hall-lilled tank into tno
uarn, creamy, sickening oil witnin.-
Diseases of Woman.
Largo treatise for thruo stumps, giving
moans of Buccessl'ull treatment, Address
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y.
A Curious DeciBioa.
A Man Wa t 1 bo Ilimg on Account of On
Some tinio ago, Nathan Jones, a col
ored man in whoso general character
thero was a lack of laudable ambition,
was arraigned before a Little Pock jus
tice and lined. Jones went down in the
country, became a leader among tho ne
groes and was elected justice of the
peaeo. Tho other day, 'Squire Gilwig,
before whom Jones had been arraigned,
and whom the waves of politics had sub
merged, went down into Jones' neigh
borhood, drank bad whisky and killed a
man. Ho was arrested and taken be
fore Judge Jones for examination.
"Prisoner at do bar," said tho colored
justice, "de las' time I feasted dose ju
dicial optics on yer face, I was in hock
an' yerse'f was (lo musical director ob
de festive occasion. I recognize my lack
ob larnin' sail, an' went ter a night
school. My fricn's seem' in me do stul!
outen what' big men is made, put mo on
dis bench, while yer own fricn's, failin'
ter soo dem features in yerself, took yer
offen do bench. Yc 'is charged wid
killin' a man. De chargo am protty
well sustained, an' blamed cf I seo how
yer's gwinter git outen dis fix."
"Judge," said tho prisoner, "I am
aware that I am seriously situated. 1
lined you heavily when you wero drawn
up before me, and now, especially as
my crimo is great, I do not expect mer
cy." "Yas, sah, yas. Now, my mode ob
precedement is a littlo different from dat
put down in do statuary books. When a
man what is guilty ob two crimes is ar
rested an' fetch afore mo, 1 discharges
him on do little crime but holes him on
do big one. Now, yerse'f is guilty ob
two crimes, tie littlest ono ob what is
killing a man."
"1 enn't bo charged with but one
crime," exclaimed the white man.
"I'll show yer in a minute. When I
was afore you, arter 1 had paid my line,
what was it yer said?"
"I don't remember."
"See ef yer can't ricolleck."
"I believe that I told you to keep your
feet in the path of rectitude."
"Yas, dat's it, and when I axed yer to
say dat word agin, yer turned away an'
commenced talkiu' wid a lawyer. Dat
word struck me, an1 I wanted it. Arter
I wus elected 1 needod it, but couldn't
ricolleck it. On dis account justice wus
cheated, an' I is certain dat do higher
courts hab dat worth Now, sab, I'll
discharge yer fur killin' dat man."
"Thank you, Judge."
"But I'll put yer in jail an' seo dat
yer's hung for'koepin' mo omen dat
word. Mr. Constable, put do ban' cull's
on de larncd gou'leiLan." Arkansaw
Horses are very much liko men, in
their ides about style. Let a man who
has been brought up on a farm, live in
the city a few years, and ho will not ad
mit that ho knew a field of oats from a
turnip patch. Tako a horse from a farm
and drive him in the city a few years,
and though ho may havo hauled hun
dreds of mads of hay, and worked on a
threshing maehino half his lifo, let a
loail of hay or a threshing machine loom
up on the street near him, and ho will
be so seared he will want to jump over
a house. Yon know just as well as can
be that the old fool is putting it all on,
but the horse thinks he is fooling you
into the idea that he has always been a
city hoi-M', and you pull up on him, and
try to soothe, his fears, when you know
you could drive him up to tho load of
hay and he would go to eating it. It is
fun to let a horse think he is fooling
vou. Perk's Sun.
J -a- m
A waiter at a seaside hotel spilled a
cup of tea upon an unhealthy female
guest, and so disturbed her equanimity
that she was obliged to retire from
the dining room. In her exit she, bo
cause of her Hurry, ran into a waiter
bearing a tray of dishes. Shccamo out
of the contest covered with soup, lob
ster claws and almond shells, and im
mediately relapsed into a "conniption"
lit that, lasted six weeks, and almost
caused her death. She will hereafter
recruit her health at home.
, ai .
You.no and middle aged men suffering
from nervous debility, premature old age,
loss of memory, nnd -kindred symptoms,
should send three stumps for Part VII of
pamphlets issued by World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buflalo, N. Y.
A i.r, ladies who may be troubled with
nervous prostration; who suffer lrom organ
ic, displacement; who have a sense oi
weariness and u feeling of lassitude; who
aro languid in the morning; in whom the
appetite for fond is capricious and Bleep at
proper hours uncertain, should havo re
course to Mrs, Pinkham's Vegetable com
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As a rule we do not recommend Patent
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really is a public benefactor, and does
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duty to impart that information to nil.
Klectric Bitters urn truly a most valuable
medicino, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when nil other rem
edies, fail. Wo know whereof wo speak,
anil can freely recommend them to nil,
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Ask your physician nnd ho will tell you
that Cascarn is ono of tho best vegetable
remedies for Dyspepsia, Constipation, nnd
Kidney difficulties. It is freely used In tho
preparation of Hops and Malt Bitters.
Not a drink, not sold in ltar-rooniR, but a
reliable non-itlcholic tonic, medicine, useful
at all times, and in all seasons, is Brown's
It Is impossible to disguise the fact that
tho Vegetuble Compound prepaired under
the personal directions of Mrs Lydia E. Pink
ham, with thn superior science and art of
modern pharmacy, is tho most successful
medicine for female debility, and dlsoases
Chills and Fever,
Simmons Mvur Htiffii
lator foon brunki the
(IiiIIh and carriua thu
fevur out ot tho nYdliim.
1) cure whim all othur
For tho rullof and euro
of tlil dlstroBiiluK dla
vasti uho Simmons Liv
Tint Ri'puliitor will positively euro tills tc.rlhlo
(llHfiiHD. Wo anHcrl. imphutk'Hlly what wo know to
uliould not tin ri".'iirdi:d as a trilling ailmont. Na
ture ili'iiiaiids tho iittnoFl regularity of tho bowulB.
'J heri'fiirii aHltt nature by takliiK nun mono Liver
Iti'KUlnlor. It Is ImrmloHfi, mild and eflcctual.
Ono or two InlilenpoonfiiU will relluva all the
Ir'HiMni" incident In a Milium Hindi, snch as Naunea
Oi.zini sK. ProwHlnuB, DUtrotus allor eating, a bit
t i-r had Ittste. in the month.
IVrKonn may avoid all attacks by occasionally
takliiit n doHii of Simmons Mvor Itcniilalor to.kocp
the liver lu healihy action.
generally arising from a diHorderi'd ntnmach, can
bo corrected byliikinn minimum Liver HeRiilator.
SimmonH 1.1 ver Ki'Kiilat moon eradlcatei thla dis
eiiHii from thu H,Kteiu, leaving thu ukln clear and
free lrom all linpurltiea.
Children infrorlnjrwith colic coon experience re
lief when Kliniiioim Liver HeiinlHlor is administer
ed. Adults alao derive great benefit from
merllMiit'. It Is not unpleasant:
and fll'ective. I'lirely veKetabla.
B L A D D H 1 1 cpc K I DN EYS
Most of the diseases ol the bladder orlctn ale from
those of the kidneys. Restore the action of thu
liver fully and both tho kidneys and bladder will
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HOPS I MALT
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This. new Remedy is compounded
&j from the beat known curatives, such as
tit llo'is, Malt Extract, Lascara Sagrada
I-'J (Sacred Uurkl, Buchu. Dandelion and
Hi Sarsapardla, combined with an agree
Vsi oblo Aromatic Elixir.
1 4 These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They act upon toe Kidneys.
They Kegulats the Bowels.
pj They Quiet the Neivous System,
(a They Promote Digestion.
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
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nuro Hnu ijimli ultimo
y are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT-
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Indian Mood Syrup.
71 nj HvH)cisla, Liver Dig
J V' msi's. Fever and Anne
Henri Disease, ItiliniiH
liens, Nervous Debility
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i welvc Thousand Bottles
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This Svrup possessed varied properties: It stim
ulates the ptyaline. In the saliva, which couvorts
tho starch and sugar of the food Into glucose. A
deficiency in ptyalitio causes wind anusoiiring ol
the fond In the stomach. If the medicine jiun
linnnilliiiely after eating, tho fermentation ol loud
It acts upon the, Liver.)
It actsiijitni the Kidneys,
it, KepihiteH theHowels,
it Purilles thn Wood.
It Quiets Hie, Nervous System,
it Promotes PIceHtlon,
It Nourishes, Strengthens Hint InvlKoratcn,
It Carries oil' the Old Wood ami makes New.
It opens the Pores ol the Skin and Induces
It. neulrnllzes thn hereditary taint, or poison in
thn Id I, which generates Mcrofula. Erysipelas,
and all maimer of Wkln Diseases and Internal hu
mors. There are no spirits employed In Its manufacture
and It can betaken by Hie most tlullrato babe. or by
the lined and feeliln, euro only being required In at
tend n lo directions,
(iiilva, llonry County, Ills.
I wiissullerliiK from Sick Headache, and I)lr.r.l
ness so that I roiilil not attend In my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Julinsou's Indi
an lllood Syrup effectually cured mo.
Al KS. 1IIL1CN EI.KINS.
Waterman Mint inn, DeKalh Co., Ills.
1 his Is In certify Unit Ilr Clark Johnson's Indian
lllood Hyrup has cured tno of 1'aln In the Hack. It
Is a valuable, medicine. MltH WOOD,
Centre II 111, White Co., Ark.
This It to certify that I was adllcleil with Palpi
tation of the Heart for ninny years I tried (llller
i nt doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken tno than they did lo strengthen, 1 si last
res I veil to try Dr. Clark Johnson s Indian lllood
Syiup, which proved to he a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, hut also a Hick Head
ach which had been troubling me.
M HH MAHY A. NBAL,
I was nllllc.tnd with Mvor Complaint and Dyspon
sla and failed to gut relief, allliongh using medi
cines from our best doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllood Svrnp, and a short trial
cured me. T. W. KiMlNll, Mollne, III.
This cert tiles that lr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Wood Syrup has ellectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot be ssld In praise of It.
W.E.W1MMKH, Bedford, Mo.
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