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I'HK DAILY CAIRO IlULLKTiN; SATUKDAV MOUNINU JULY 20, 1884.
Ol'LN JUNE I TO OCTOUEK 1.
TKHMtt: &X.OO pep wok. Special J ales lo
LYtmilies on Application.
ANALYSIS UV ON K GALLON oFwA'l KU.
SPUING NO. 1. SPUING NO. SPUING NO. 15.
Silicate 10.8 I ,'"UV '1
Carl) of Iron U'.o Sihc?i' !
Chloiide of Iron triici-jSuljiliHte of Iron 13.:i SilicRtes
Sulphate of Iron trace Cai hoioite ol' Iron ... ".VI Oxide of Imn . . .
oli.O Alkalies 11. (i Oxide of Aluminum... 015
Alkalies. . ,
Chloride of Sodium.
010 jSiilphutc ol Alumina. . 00.7 jSulp'uhato of Magnesia 17.8
'1.7.0 jSu!pli'iteo'Mione.sia. . 11. Carbonic Acid (las 17.8
00.0 jChlotido of Sodium... . Ul.l iSulph. Hydro, (lis 10. o
a.O !Cli!oiid(; of Calcium. . IS 4 Lvikalies 05.4
J. K. liKMriN, lessee.
Allen Spi iiigs, pope Co., Ills.
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared h do Job Priiitinir of every description from a
podiier to u Three-Sheet Toster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, find at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
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Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
QEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. I).
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
m t of sargical di?e,.i.n. and a:ee of women
OK K K (in lliit Btr..-1, opposite the Po-t-jfl'.ce,
J. I-. STRONG,
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i 121) Coininerciiil Ave., Cairo, 111.
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jy. K W. WHITLOCK,
Tiuimi I.uvf Cuko:
t,MJt :i in. Mhil.
Arriting in St. Louis .it a.m. : CI:ica'o,s 'so p.n..,
tdr.tjLiuii'.' Kt Oditi Ld KC'iLpnam for Cliiclo
natl, Lunisvilfc, Ii.dianapolis aiiu point Eiet.
I U;'.'.' iii. Fust M . Louin urul
urrici-No. W. Cemmjrr.ta!
wM'J net N'.Lih Street.
ArrivlriK !r. St Loai '
fur till points Wct.
p . in .
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0. PARSONS, M. O.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFKK'E ity Drug Store, Carbondafo. 111.
The tine of gasoline, in any ('h hi, tipnii
premises whetctho building or its contents
arc covered liy insurance, forfeits the, insur
ance, unlos a permit is procured from tho
company or iigcnt who issued tho policy.
II. II. Candiii'..
W'fcM.S vt KlJlTH.
CL.NM.NOIIA.M it Vot'UM.
lai M. J. IIowj.ky.
T1ioii;iih1s Say So.
Sir. T. W. Atkins, Oirard, Kan., writes.
4,I never hesitate to recommend your Elec
tric Enters to my customers, tney fi'iva en
tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Electric Hitters aro the purest and best
medicine known, and will po.-iiively cure
Kidney ami Liver :m;iliints. Purify tho
hl'iiid and regulate the hoA'ois. No family
caniilTndto be without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars in doctors' hills
every ye:ir. Sold at tifty cents a bottle by
Iiarclty liroi'. ('.I)
buciueii 'a Aiiiiea halve
The Heht Salvu In the world for Cuts,
HruibCH, Sores, Ulcers, Salt III. eum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to five per
fect satisfaction, or noney refunded. Price
;'5 cents per box. For sale by Bat clay
A WalkiDi,'1 Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Meclianicsbur, Pa.,
writes: "I was affected with luny fever
and ahsci.-ss on lunH, and reduced to a
walking skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
of Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Con
sumption, which did me so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. After Using
three bottles, found myself once more a
man, completely restored to .health, with a
hearty appetite, and a (,'ain i'i flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug store and
get a free trial buttle of this certain cure
fur all Lung Diseases. Larjje bottles f 1.00.
Biessintfs come in many forms, and sume
tinies in disguise, but Athlophoros, the new
and yiccetslul specific for neuralgia and
rheumatism, comes to perform exactly what
is promised for it to limber stiffened joints
and reinvi'orate tho action of the muscles
swollen by disease. Mr. A. B. Davenport,
of CG7 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y., who
suffered from rheumatism fur a long time,
writes: "Your me diciue has proved to uie
au invaluable blessing."
1. in. r list J-.xpr'HH.
Kor St. Lout and Chlraifii, iirrivtng st Si
M.l'i p hi . and Chica'i T:.n a. in.
j. in t HK'iiiiiMl i'.xprefis.
Arrtvir.;; at C'!ri"-)nii: i 7 :(" a. in. : l.nuteviH. ;::,)
a la. : lljd;!mpo.l 1 :e," a. in. 1'n-el.gi-ri- liy
tSilH train ri'n( li the at 've po:M ly lo Hi)
UOL Ks in a.luiiC of any otl.i-r ritu.
ttTTUe 3:i' a. m. txw h I'l'I.I.VAN
SOhEI'l.vU CAIl from Cairo to Cii.ciui.aii. mi
out rtni.i-, ai.d thr iti,1!! l."epvri to M. Loio
Fast '1 iino J-Jast.
I'o -w'niiiroi' t:i out; !.'itririi!i:U to I'.ii.
J dSt Ilm 1 rrn prt'.nti" without any dtiai
taiifed hy S indny intrrvcMu. The Saturday aiicr
aoon train frotu Cairo arrive In r.cw Yo'k Vourtay
ui.ri.iuif nt 10 :.. Tlilrty-m hours in advai.ceol
n'; othur route,
ttrKnr lliriiuth t! ketc and further informatlct,
apply at I llluuin Central Kailroad Depot. Cairo.
j. 11. JONES, 'IVltft A-eet
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I. B. TIME CAKI) AT CAIKO.
II :in a.m.
. .4:30 p.m.
ILI.INt iS CKNTHAL K. K.
Trains (U:iait. Train arr'v.
tMail .....':.') a. ir.. i :'. a. til.
Kxpres :i:4.'i p. m. Expre II :)" a. m.
jst I.oui x K:-i p. in. -St Louis Ex p. m.
I. c. it. it (Southern Division!
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ST. I.. 4 I. M. 11. H.
tExtires 10:11(1 p.m. Kxpren 2:H0p. m.
St L. .Mall... 7:1" p.m. St. L. .Mail. ..::!.) a.m.
tSt. I.. Ex :: a. m tt. L. Ex. ...o:'M p. in.
w., st. i.. r. it. n.
Mall A Ex 4:Ha.m. 'Mail & Ex.. fl .'Wp.ni.
Accom 4: p.m. Accum Menu a.m.
Freight 7:45 a.m. Freight b 45 p.m.
MOBILE & OHIO H. K.
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'JM1ECITY NATIONAL BANK.
)t' Cairo, llliimiFi.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. SI 00.000 :
A General Banking' Business
Their Name is Legion.
Legions of people have had their lives
made miserable by Piles. This painful
difficulty is often induced and always aifg
ravnted by Constipation. Kidney-Wort is
the great remedy for all affections of this
kind. It acts as a gentle cathartic, prom
otes a healthy action of the bowels, and soo
thes and heals the inflamed surfaces. It
has cured hundreds of cases where all other
remedies and applications have failed. Sold
by all druggists.
A Fair Oflcr.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt, and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or younr, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
W. II A I.I.
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EXCLUSIVELY A SAYJXtiS BAM,'.
THOri. v. ii a;
In the Hop Porous Plaster the virtues of
Fresh II ips are combined with strengthen
ing and simulating balsams, and its cures
of Weak Back, Pain in the Side, Rheuma
tism, and Neuralgia or Pain in the Chest
are simply marvelous, it being more eliica
ciotis and thorough than any liniment or
j liquid remedies. You'll say so after using.
1.1 1A ,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street
.-tfFittcd out for the Season. Dresses,
cloaks, coats, stockings and all garments can
be colored successfully with the Diamond
Dyes. Fashionable colors. Only 10c. at
druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Bur
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Jlies Liver arrive Wed., Sat. Mon.
dfpart Wed., Fri. i Sim.
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P.O. box del. oi'tn Iroin a. in. to tip. m.
Sunday (for., del. open trom.. ..8a. m. to In a.m.
Sundavs box del. "pen from. ...B a. m. to K:am
WNOTE.-C'hRiii!"- will bo published from
time to tlm In city puper. Chance your enrd ac
cordiiiKly. w.M.'M. MUKI'HY. 1 . M
Mrs. Emily Bower
Mrs. AMANDA CLARKSOX, Agent.
Kft Aloxtnulfr Co. Hunk, wtliSt.
ttV-Onud Stock and Price Iteafonable.wffl
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil 1 s
Hlbn8t Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
K HHOSS. President.
11. WKl.i.S, Ciehier.
N f'Y'l'. Vice I'nVnt
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o r Nell
C. M . Onterloh
K A. Hudi r
J. Y. CI
I William Wolfv.
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in on, Caledonia.,
A MESF.'iAJ. HANKING Ul'SINKsS OONlf.
KxchaiiL'.; o'd nud lionirht. Interest i'iid ii
fie Savings Department. Collections made and
all Imslnvss promptly aUnuded te.
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Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and If . ken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little, sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrlura, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL I'Al'liU OF AI.KVANDF.lt COUNTY
KN ir.KKD AT TUB CAIKO J'OSTOKKICK KOIt
I'llANh.MISSKIM TllltOUIII THF. MAILS AT
SKl'OMl CI.AHS 1UTKS.
Maine ami the Irish.
iLocton (ilohe )
Wo say to Mr. Bluiuo now (hat had he
been a defender of the rights of naturalized
citizens when those citizens wero fiungiuto
foreign prisons untried and unchanged, tho
Pilot would support him to-day, and a
million Americans of the Irish race would
vote lor lorn in .November. But lie did
nat do it, und his pretensions of fair play
and friend-hip now are sheer humbug. He
and his party h we 11 lesson to learn fioin
all this, and so has the Democratic patty.
The advantage ol the latter is that its les
sens lies in the coming opportunities.
Tiik Bu.LLTtx thermometer stood ns
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
Time to Stop It.
It's too bad, Sir or Madam, but don't get
frightened. Your hair is falling oft that's
certain. A glance in the mirror, or an in
vestigating committee of fingers tell the
dismal story. We won't discuss the possi
ble cause. It is enough that Parker's Hair
Balsam used now will prevent further de
struction. Is your hair somewhat gray,
too, and crisp? Alas, yes. Tho Balsam
will give back the original color, softness
and gloss. Not a dye, not oily, elegantly
perfumed, a perfect dressing.
Cheap Homes in Arkans is and Texas
Along the lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazina
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
ViS)S to siiUU Btol fl.ut) per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 18S2, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself w hen you leurn that the crop
for 288:1 is SO per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsknd, OenT Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
71-i C A.M.
!)')-; ,li P.M.
SO ; Midnight
Stages of the Kiver.
work under the authority of those who ac
cept their services. When the church un
dertakes a work of charity or religion, she
not enly directs the enterprise but supplies
tho means. We say it is robbery to take
our money to educate the children of Pro
testants. We should be consistent. We
should be honcat and not take what u ate
unwilling to give.
With scarcely un exception, every paper
In the country gives lavish praise to tho
St. Jacobs Oil Family Calender ard Book
of Health and Humor for the Million,
1884. The San Francisco Evening Post
says: "It gives us the clear, unmixed, un
adulterated, tinpetverted essence of wit, hu
mor and fun.
I.IsT OF Llon'KltS UEMAI.MMI L'NCAf.l.KD
FOIl IN Til I" I-OSTOKFICH AT CAIRO, ILL.
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1884.
Gould, Mura R
Johnson, M F
Howard, A M
Nicholas, M E
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 10 feet 0
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 1 foot 0 inches.
Chattanooga, July 2o. Rivet 2 feet 7
inches and f illing.
Cincinnati, July 23. River 5 feet 0
inches and failing.
Louisville, July 2-i. River 3 feet 3
inch and falling.
Nashville, July 2V River 2 ft 0 inch
Pittsburg, July 23. River 0 foot 0 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, July 23. River 11 ft lo inch
es and falling.
M Dervinde & Co
Freeman, I P
Green, S K
McDougal, W R
Nebblet, R W
Peaterson, T B
Rane, A E
Theil, J W
Cleveland and the Catholics.
The We.-fern Watchman, one of the able
est Catholic organs in America, edited by
one of the most distinguished Catholic
clergymen in tho West Father Pliolan
warmly defends Gov. Cleveland for his veto
of the protectory bill. Father Phelan, who
will probably be the successor of Arch
bishop Ryan, says:
One of the specific charges made against
Gov. Cleveland is that he vetoed the bill
appropriating money to tiie support of the
Catholic protectory at West Chester. Other
governors beforo him, both Democrats and
Republicans, had appioved the annual ap
propriation and why should lie have refus
ed! The protectory was a most deserving
institution and was a little denominational
as the calling of its manager would tolerate;
then why was the appropriation vetoed!
Gov. Cleveland had very good reason for
vetoing the bill. To have signed it would
have been to violate his official oath. That
other governors had signed former appro
priations to the protectory would be an ar
gument, if the maxim that "all do it" were
given in a place in the Christian code of
morality. We have a very clear and satis
factory answer to this charge. The law on
the subject of appropriation is the same in
Missouri and New York, our law being
borrowed from the one in the Empire state.
We all know that our insatie asylum is not
a sectarian institution, being supported out
of the revenues of the city. We all nre ac
quainted with Gov. Phelps. He is no
bigot. Yet Gov. Phelps vetoed a bill ap
propriating the money of the State to tho
support of our insane asylum, giving as a
reason that the constitution forbids such
use of the money of tho State. If our in
sane asylum is not a public institutioh in
the language of our constitution, the West
Chester protectoiy can scarcely be so classi
fied. If Thelps did right and he did
Cleveland did right too.
If there were no law appropriating the
money of the State of New York to the sup
port of the Catholic protectory, we think
it would bo wise in any governor to veto
any such measure. The Catholic Church
does not want the money of the State for
the prosecution of any work of hets. Wh'm
we give what does not belong to us wo do
not an act of charity. When we give away
what belongs to another without his con
sent wo do not act of injustice. Whilo
there is one tax-payer in New York uuwill
ing to contribute to tho support of the
Catholic protectory it is robbery to voto the
State's money to its maintenance.
Wo have always opposed tho appropri
ating of public money for any church
work. When the city was in tho habit of
nuking appropriations for the poor wo al
ways advised the conferences of St. Vin
cent de Paul against receiving them. The
church may furnish the State with nurses,
or teachers, or almoners; but they should
Ilobbs, I T
Johnson, W T
Johnson, J P
Monis, W R
More, A J
Nagley, D P
O'Bryant, Z II
Si e wart, A
Wood, Geo H
isiud's rois r letters
Hawlcy, C C
Johnson, James W
McCreadey, J S
Parker, Patrick .
Hurris, I) E
Lynch, Win F
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. McRiutv, Postmaster.
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Cairo Buli.kti.v.
A few weeks since the papers gavo
tho story of a parrot that was fond of
pickles, and to get ono put his head
into a jar in which sweet pickles were
kept. Tho pickles wero so far below
the surface of tho vinegar that Poll had
to immerse its head iu tho sour liquor
before it could gratify its appetite. Tho
result was that ho became a bald-he:ul-cd
Occasionally somo ono would refer
to tho loss of its feathers by saying,
"So you'vo had your head in tho sweet
pickles, Poll!" Ono day a bald-headed
old gentleman, on entering tho room
where hung Poll's cage, was saluted
by tho bird scroaming out: "Guess
you'vo had your head in tho sweet
Amusing as is this impudent excla
mation of tho parrot, it is paralleled
by tho saying of three other parrots,
which tho present writer reports niid
Tho cago of a Massachusetts parrot
hangs in a photographer's reception
room. It is not uncommon for a lady,
just as sho has finished Iter toilet, pre
paratory to sitting for a picture, to ho
startled bv tho bird's impudent excla
mation, "Oh mv! ain't sho a daisy?"
A Rhode. Islander, who owns a bright
parrot, keeps a private school for chil
dren. At recess tho children nre al
lowed to play in tho yard; but are for
bidden to go'into tho street. Tho lady
is iu a part of tho house where sho
cannot seo the children; but no soonor
has ono of them slipped out of tho yard
before sho is at tho door to call tho
Sho knows of tho disobedionco
through the parrot. His cago is hung
bv tho front window, and us soon as a
child wanders on to tho side-walk, tho
Children in tho street! Children in
Another of thoso feathered talkors
bolongs in tho town of F , in tho
same state. His owner, being too fond
of Now England rum, sometimes comes
homo so intoxicated that not oven tho
bird fails to notice it. At such limes
Poll seems to sharo tho family disgrace
for ho screams angrily:
"Shut tho door! You'ro drunk! Shut
tho door! You'ro. drunk!" Youth's
Word for tho Cranks.
Cranks, my son? says Bob Rurdetto.
Tho world is full of them. What would
wo do wero it not for thocranks? How
slowly the tired old world would movo
did not tho cranks keep it rushing along.
Columbus was a crank on tho subject
of American discovery and circumnavi
gation and ut last ho met tho fato of
most cranks, was thrown into prison,
mid died iu poverty and disgrace.
llcntllir t'inn,i.il...l 3 hi. '.,-
...iw.njr n.inii,m:ii uun; wii, yes, ieiR-1
machtis, wo usually esteem a crank j
most profoundly lifter wo starve hiru
to death. Harvey was a crank on'
tho subject of the circulation of tho !
blood; Galileo was an astronomical i
crank; Fulton was a crank on tho sub-;
jeet of steam navigation; Morse was a
telegraph crank; all the old aboitionisU
wero cranks. Tho Pilgrim fathers
wero cranks; John Btinyan was a
crank; any man who doesn't think as
you do, my son is a crank. And by
and by tho crank you despiso will have
his name in every man's mouth, and
a half-completed monument to his
memory crumbling down iu a dozen
cities, whilo nobody outside of your
native village will know that you over
lived. Deal gently with tho crank,
my boy. Of course somo cranks are
crankier than others, but do you bo
very slow to sneer at a man because
ho knows only ono thing and you can't
understand him. A crank, Telemachus,
is a thing that turns something, it
makes tho wheels go around, it insures
progress. True, it tums the samo
wheel all the same timo, and it can't
do anything else, but that's what keeps
tho ship going ahead. Tho thing
that goes in for variety, versatility,
that changes its positions a hundred
timo a day, that is no crank; that is
tho weather-vano, my son. What?
You nevertheless thank heaven you aro
not a crank? Don't do that, my son.
May bo you couldn't bo a crank, if you
would. Heaven is not very particular
when it wants a weather-vane; almost
any man will do for that. But when
it wants a crank, my boy, it looks
about very carefully for tho best man
in tho community. r
AVatc-r rower In America. c
Tho extraordinary development of
water power for economic purposes is
an American idea. In no other coun-'i
try has it been so extensively and so
successfully utilized. This will bo ap
parent by considering somo of tho riv- J
ers that liavo been ctammen lor tno
benefit of mankind, and tho forco
which they furnished reduced to the
standard of horse-power: Tho Passaic
at Patterson, N. J., l,0l)0 horse-power;
t'ho Merrimac at Lowell, 10,000, tho
Mohawk at C'ohoes, 14,9'JO; tho Con
necticut at Holyoke, 17,000; tho Andro
scoggin at Lewistoti, 11,000; tlio llou
satotiic at Canaan Falls, 3,000; tho
Mississippi at the Falls of St. Anthony,
1.3,000; the Oswego at Oswego, 4,000.
Tho sum total of theso is 75,000 horso
pjower, as estimated at a given point
on each river. But this is used over
again on an averago of not less than
three times. This would show a larger
total of. 22.3,000 horso power. Thero
are also very many smaller streams in
all tho hill sections of tho country
which are utilized and may furnish,
used and unused, power equal to tho
last named total of 225.000; thus giv
ing a grand total of 500,000 liorso pow
er, distributed over a wide extont of
country and supplying, in their way,
tho wants of 00,000,000 people.
But theso aro only tiio minor powers,
so to speak, of tho hills and valleys.
Tho grand dominating power that
could absorb them all and still havo
room to give hospitablo refugo to four
limes as many remains to bo noticed.
It is the Niagara river. From data fur
nished by the United States Lako Sur
vey Bureau in 1875, it appears that tho
averago tlow of tho river above tho
Falls is 10,000,000 cubic feet per min
ute. Converting this into horso power
under a head of 200 foot and wo havo a
grand aggregate of 3,000,000 horse
power a mighty forco that would sup
ply tho economic wants of 200,000,000
of people. Industrial News,
The part of Pompeii where tho pres
ent excavations are goin on has re
vealed some most beautifully painted
pictures and walls, some of which aro
very vivid in color; but almost every
house iu this quarter was visited by
the owners themselves immediately
after tho eruption, and they, by min
ing through, took away almost every
valuable thing, 1,800 years ago. The
upper stories of tho houses of Pompeii
cropped out above tho strata of
puiuico stone, ashes and mini deposited '
on that sad day in '7U, A. D., and tho i
inhabitants could very easily sink a
shaft and run regularly through tho
walls, searching, though in tho dark,
tifter tho treasure, which, generally
speaking, would be foitud on tho
ground-floor, as all that was above
would havo been crushed by tho super
incumbent mass of pumice stone and
Half Out of His Head.
'Itles'ed bo the mnn,'- M Don Q'lixott's. weary
fipilre. "who Invented sleep." San. ho's gratitude,
I ours, but wliat ironcennnot f Tany reaon enjoy
tlmt excellent Invention? "Xervousncs Iu mo
had beeoiue a d'ease," write Mr. William Cole
man, tliewell known wholesale druggist of Uiill'alo,
I conld not sleep, and my nights wore either
pushed Iu that sort ol restlessness which nearly
i-ritzi-s a man, or In a kind of tup r, haunted by
tormenting dream1, Iluvinu taken I'ahkek's
ToN.e for other troubles, 1 tried It hU for this.
Tlio refill! both m prised and delighted me. My
nerves were toned tocoucert pitch, and llkeCiesar's
fat men, I f dl Into tho ranks ot theso who sleep o'
nUhls. I should add that tho Tonic p willy did
away w ith tho condition of geueral doblltty anil
dyspepsia oecaloned by my pravions sleeplessne,
uiid Kiive me sireui;lh and perfect dtgestiou. Iu
briet, tho ui! of the Tonic thoroughly re-established
my heallh. I havo used Faukeh's Tonic with
entire tuciesa for sea-sickness a.id for tho bowel
disorders incident tooceau voyages "
'I hi preparation has herulotoro bueo known as
I'aiskbu's Cii.NiiKii Tonic. Hereafter it will bead
veitied ami sold uudor tlio Damn of Pauki(R
Tc.Nic omUlIng tho word '-gl.iger." IIisoox Co.
aro Induced to uiako this cteingo by tho aeoon or
u priuoipled dealers wno havo for years decelvsa
their customers by substituting Inferior l''Pr
turns under the Dinrio of itiuner. W o
misluud iu woid all theinoro wlilinly. Klu'
U i in i tiuii.iporta.il llavorlu lunruJ.ent in our
T Hea'se rememiier that no chango has been or
will bo, mart in the preparation Use f. and all bot
Oe ro ii"iiiluK in tho bauds of dealer, wrapped
imder the naufoof I'AaK.HSliiNUKiiToslo, contain
h nienuluo medicine If iho fac simile s htnatuN i of
Hiseox ii Co. Is at tho boUyltt of the ouUldt
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