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'CATA1UI, THE CAUSE AND CERE."
i A Pamphlet by Dr. Ci.msok Piutt, of m gftto
t., Chicago. l)r. Pratt I tho author of tliu Oxono
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"E. A. Burnett. Cairo, Illinoi "
"THREE DAYS AND I GIVE YOU A
Ewuy read by Miss Annie Brown Perce, during
the Graduating Exercise of the Cairo High School,
Friday evening. June 13, UT!i.)
'On the deck utood Columbus ;tho ocean' expanse,
Untried and unlimited, swept by his glance.
Back to Spain,' cry hi men, 'put the vessel about.
We venture no further throagb danger and doubt.'
'Three day, and I give you a Wrld,' he replied.
Bear up my Hrave comrade, three day tbaJ
The pen of the poet and the pencil of
the artist have made this tcene so familiar
that we can seem to see that tiny fleet of
three small vessels, and on the deck of one
of them the noble figure of the brave Col
umbus. Around him stand his men, sul
len, despairing, longing for home and the
dear ones left behind, and seeing nothing,
above, 1-elow, but the blue expanse of sea
and sky. Columbus heartsick and de
spon lent, discouraged at the seeming fail
ure ot his plan, yet begs for three more
days, only three, and he will give them a
world. The three days are granted, and at
last bursts on the sight of the wear)' ma
riner9 that land of wondrous beauty, with
its lovely flowers, rare fruits, bright winged
birds, and its wealth of treasure, which
through all the years of the world have
lain here, unsuspected, awaiting the dis
This life of ours is a voyage, full of
trials and disappointments, a voyage over
an unknown sea, with no guide but our
compass, theBib'.e; yet it has a fixed desti
nation. Each traveler sees far before him
the haven of his rest, the goal he wishes to
attain, and into the car of each has been
whispered the promise, "three days and I
ve you a World.''
To some, the passage through life is a
happy one, the sun shining ever above thtm
and the way strewn with flowers. Other?
pass through a barren, dreary waste, with
dark storm clouds hovering over head and
their feet torn by stones and thorns. But
all have a work to perform and
on this work depends their future
weal or woe. Columbus offered t
give a world, but he made the giving de
pendent on three days more of exertion
for it, and this world we are all seeking
can not he woa without three days patient
Youth, the first day, is a time for prepar
ation, a time for equipment, for girding on
the armor ere wa go into battle, lor learn
ing our parts ere we take our place on the
stage of action. Older people often call
youth a playtime, a holiday, and say that
the young know not the meaning of work
or trouble. So it seems to them. As com
pared with the graver responsibilities of
mature life, the cares of youth are of little
moment and its work is like play to the
hardened muscles end matured brains of its
ciders. Yet wc are told that "as is your
burden, so shall your strength be." The
young nave cares m proportion to tneir
ability to bear, and as with greater number
of years greater responsibilities are added,
60 the shoulders are fitted to the burden.
Y'outh is not a play-day. During this free,
careless period, mind, body and heart arc
being trained for tho coming conflict. An
education must be secured in this time, for
without one no important work can be
done. There is also a great battle to bo
fought on this day. All tho forces of will,
passion and appetite are arrayed against
the thoughtful voyager, and we must sub
due them lest they harm him during his
whole journey and so retard his progress
that he shall fail to win his world.
During youth we arc ever looking for
ward, ever dreaming of what we are to do
for the world, and ot what the world is to
do for us. Tho song of youth is "Hope," lcr
to the young tho future is all . brightness.
Its landscapes contain no rough paths, its
seas no breakers, its weather no storms.
The days to come arc unknown but picas
ant lands, blank pages in tho book of ex
istence across which no shadow wanders.
Youth feels no apprehensions. There arc
no rooms in air-castles for death-beds and
coffins, no doors on which the sombre cm
Mem of shrrow may be hung. All is bright.
Yet through these dreams tho sober thread
df reality runs the knowledge that ono'g
own exertions alone can inako these vis
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
ions real. Gradually this first day fades
away. Tho sun sots, to rise again upon
the second day maturity,
This is a time' of earnest, hard labor.
Now are the weapons collected in Y'outh
tried to tho uttermost. Hands, brain and
heart arc brought into action. Tho hands
must labor till weary, and still hold to tho
burden. Tho brain, too, must work, for
though in youth we do most of our literal
studying, yet wo are still learners in lile's
school. We now discover tho meaning, tho
use of the lessons of our school days.
Tho truths which peoplo Bpeak glibly in
youth, have a new importance when they
havo proved them in their own experience.
This second day is so full of work that
wo are in danger of forgetting the future,
and losing sight of tho object for which we
arc striving. Some one has said:
"As men, we marry, work, are lazy,
The onc-haif foola, the other crazy
Suspicion of It never,
We toll, wc buy, we build, we barter,
And could go on forever."
But is this true! Does life mean no more
than merely to get through to-day as well
as we can, with no hope of anything differ
ent to-morrow? Could we go on forever?
Who could look forward to an eternity of
days just like to-day, of weeks just like the
present one, of years exactly similar to tho
one just pased without a shudder? How
dreary, how monotonous ! Tho happiest of
us look forward to something nobler, purer,
better than the present. If it were not for
that something, most of us would give all
up, would sink by the way-sidj. It is the
hope of that something that stimulates us
to action, that cheers and sustains us.
It is in this second day that most of the
disappointments of life come. The golden
dreams of youth are often cnied by a rude
awakening. The path which we had mark
ed out for ourselves proves "hedged up with
thorns that we cannot break through." the
vessel in which we had takei passage for
our life voyage is found to be un-sea-wor-thy.
These disappointments discourage
6omefew, but most of us, though sadden
ed and sobered by them, male the best of
the hopes that are left, "for surely it is possi
ble, even after'shipwrccks lile these not to
let ourselves drift away into a sea of des
pair. Somehow or other ve may touch
With labor, changes, and disappointments
this day goes on and itsclost finds us wea
ry and footsore, ready for th! season of rest
and recuperation to be spent at the very
gates of the promised lau, Bunyan in
his Pilgrim's Progress bringi Christian, af
ter various trials and conflbts, to the top of
the hill of Difficulty, and from there he
catches the glimpse of the Delectable moun
tains and the land of Beulah. The shep
herds who point them out tell him that they
are "as free as this hill, to and for all pil
grims." It is at the top of the hill of Difficulty that
those who have passed their lives will find
themselves at the beginning of the third
and latt day. "Age." Behind them lie
the cares and he respoawbilities of their
working time, before then a land of beau
ty and quiet, where they are to spend this
last day. Wearied with tlieir journey, but
their hearts full of a new peace, they are
glad here to lay down the heavy burdens
of life and spend a season in rest.
Yet even this last day las its labor, for
perfect idleness is not rest. The "odds and
ends" ot work left unfinished in the hurry
of middle life, must be taken up and com
pleted. The youthful voyagers just start
ing out, must be Warned of the dangers on
the way. The toiling ones in the second
stajre of life must be aided, comforted and
encouraged, for as Miss Maock has said.
'We who are still in the thick of the battle,
go with our sorrow, to the ones who seem
as if their battles were done forever."
Many atiuie as we go on oirtroublous way
through life we are comforted aud encour
aged by the sight of old people who have
done their own work, and for whom has
come the 'blind-man's holiday' between the
lights, when they do nothing and when no
body expects them to do anything but to
help and cheer others."
This last day is a happy one for those
who having spent the former part of life
honorably ,reap tho fruits of authority at its
close. And now, when by the patient toil
of life's three days the soul has become en
nobled, refined, made fit by suffering and
trials for the enjoyment of a world of pur
ity, will tho happy voyager pause to look:
back over the perils of the journey? Will
ho stop at the entrance of the World
Beautiful to speak of the hardships
through which ho passed?
"When the great ship of life.
Surviving though ahnttcred tho tumult and strife,
Of cai th'e nngty clement, musts broken short,
Decks drenched, bulwark beaten drives safe luto
When tho Wot of Galilec.seen on tho strand,
Stretchc over the waters a welcoming hand,
When heeding uo longer tho sc&' baffled roar
The marinor turn to his rest ewrtuoro,
What will then bo tho Htiswer Uu belnia-nian must
Will it be, Lo, onr logbook. Thus ouce did wc
In the zouei of the South, thus wo traversed the
Of the Orient; there dwelt In tho ncperidei
Thcnco followed tho west-wlnl, thcro eastward
Tho itara failed u there, Just hero land wc clin
On onrlco there tho torm overtook tin at last,
Thl day wont the bow-sprlt. the text day the tnnst;
There tho mermen came rsuud u,nd there '
A Byron? Tho Captain of Tort will be ask,
Any one of those questions? I cthuot think so.
But, 'what 1 the last Bill of Health yon ran slinw?
Not 'How fared the Soul through the trial 'ho
passed? ' ,
ut, 'What is the mac 0f that Soul at the lait?'"
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1879.
DIXOX SPRINGS. ILLS.
These springs will be opened Juno 10th
under tho management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announco that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, lurgo and
capacious dining rooms havo been built,
funialicd entirely with mVfurniturc, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
tlieir medical qualities, not excelled by any,
aro too well known to need uny comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strict ;st attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for tho small sum
of 8 per week. Special rates to lamilics.
J . R. Bkown & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 1870.
A Positive Pleaslke. The facility with
which Leuinon's Dyes are used makes it a
positive pleasure to renovate old, faded and
discolored garments. They are prepared
by Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington,
Vt, and give charming effect to all kinds
"WHirnEii are you bound?" asked John
Moor, as he stood in the door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw his old friend Sam
Rodgers walking slowly post. The latter,
with sunken eyes and palid visage, bearing
evidence of disease, hastened to reply:
"I have long suiTercd all the horrors arising
from an inactive liver, and nm going to the
office of Dr. Slow to seek relief." "Do no
such thing," said his friend, "when you
can buy a bottle of Portaline, or Tabler's
Liver Regulator for only 50 cents, and be
permanently relieved. It will cure Dys
pepsia, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, and all disorders of a torpid
liver." For sale by Barclay Bros.
WnEN the hand ot disease is laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its pleasures,
anything that will afford relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no light affliction,
and that form of it known as Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Price 30 cents a bottle. For sale by
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop ou Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens.to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
Frank Sciioem bs.
Legitimate Healixo Kidney-Wort
1-nines in convenient pacKagcs, anu cures
kidney and liver troubles on legitimate
principles, by purifvinc the blood and in
dueing natural action of all the internal
organs. It entirely corrects the whole sys
tem, and gives the quietus to Rheumatism.
tor sale oy all druggists.
R METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
Tie E'.Cjiunt Sidcwhecl Pa? sender Steamer
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at 8 o'clock, for
Paducab. .Metropolis and way landings. Kor
fr.-tt-bt orpashaKe apply to SOL. A. SILVElt,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
ggjjf For New Orleans.
T. S. Davidson Master
.Muudiiy, Juue lb, al S p.m.
James O'N'eh Master
Friday, June au. at a p.m.
W. P. IIALLIDAY.
Friday, June ). at 5 p. ni.
FOR MEMriUS AND VICKSBUEO.
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac McKee Master
Tuesday, Juno IT, at 5 p.m.
CITY' OF GEENVILLE.
A.J. Carter Master
Thursday, June It) ut 3 p. ni.
Saturday, June SI at 3 p.m.
John Crane - Muster
Suuuay, June at 3 p. m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
W. P. IIALLIDAY.
E. V. (Jol'Lii. Master
.iiontiuy, June 10, at nuuu.
MrPus ETKii. Master
Tuesday, Juue 17, at 10 p, m.
John Crane Master
Wednesday, June 18, at 10 p.m.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Flkm Calvkrt... ... Master
Jburxday, Juno Id, at noon.
C.eoroe W. Lrnnox Master
Friday, J u ne at. at 10 p.m.
, CITY OF VICKSBURO.
It. K.Itlley.... Mtcr
Huuday, June t, at 10 p.m.
Monduy.Juuetfl, at noon.
For all Information apply to Anchor Lino Office.
Wuarflioal S, ii.
Oait. THOMAS W. SHIELD!, Supt.
KOEIILER BROS., Proprietors,
Center Wahlrcton Avenue and ElRht Street aud
Corner Eleveutb and Watuluirwu Ave.
A full and comnlcto npply of th fceit of all
kludiiueat a! way ou hand.
A Specific Remedy For All
ELADDEE & KIDNEYS
For Debllltv. Los of Memorv. Indlsnosltlon to
Exertion or Business. Shortness of Breath.
Troubled with Thought of Disease, Dimness of
Vision, t'aln In the Hark, Chest, and Head. Rush of
Ulood to the Head, Pale Countunauce aud Dry Skin.
if these symptoms are allowed to go on, very
frequently Epileptic Fits and Consumption follow.
When the constitution becomes affected it requires
the aid of nn Invigorating medicine to strengthen
and tono up the system which
DOES IN EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known, ft 1 prescribed by the
most eminent pnysiciuue an over toe worm, in.
Aches and Pains,
General 111 Health,
lemale Complaints, etc.
Headache. Tain In the houldcr, Conch, D!l
ness, sour Momacu Eruptions, Hud Tasto lu tho
jiouiu. ruipiiauou 01 tfio Heart, I'ain lu tho re
l?lon of the Kidney's, ami a thousand other painful
rjiuituiiix, mu luu uuxpnu;e 01 Jjyspcpem.
Invigorates the Stomach.
And stimulates tho torpid Liver. Dowels, and Kid
neys fo healthy action, In rleanslntr Ike blood of
all Impurities, and imparting new life aud vigor to
the whole system,
A single trial will he sufficient to convince, tho
niothultutluiof Its valuable, remedial nualltles.
PRICE 1 PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles lor 85.
Delivered to any nddresi free from observation.
"Patients" may 'consult by letter, receiving the
samo attention as by calling.
Competent phvslelans attend to correspondent.
All letters should he sddresed to.
H. T. II ELM BOLD. .
Druggist und Chemist,
See that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
TOVEB AND AGUE FAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without Dosinir-Tho Better War.
IIVEE & AGUE PAD
AND , ' ;,.
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths.
Tbeae remedio which are the sole exponents of
tho Cure by Absorption are opposed to Dosing havo
been proved the cheapest and Most Effectual Kome-
dy for all Disease Arising from Malaria or a disor-
dreed Stomach or Liver, and it 1 a well known fact
that nearly all the diseases that attack tho human
body can be traced directly or indirectly to theeo
ft 1 known by actual experience that there is no
disease that attacks the youth and adult 01 both sex
en thot cau even b modified' by tho use of druj,i,
but that can bo acted on In a far moro satisfactory
and permanent manner by the JlOLJIAN LIVE it
J'AD CO. '8 KKMEDIKS.
XumborlPMsi Cnne, ""Initially .A.Q-
knowlndni-d to b JJeyoml the
Hench of MftUoine, harn been Hhv-
chI under the Mild Action ot'These
If questioned, send for our pamphlet. "Natnre'i
Laws," ctvinR extended information und testimo
mats from the first peoplo .of tho country.
ilie remedle are sent by man, post pain, ou ro-
chlpt of price, except the Salt, wl
ft-mcu fa 1
1 sent by ex-
press at purcnaser a exoeuse.
Consultation free, and solicited at onr oflleo, ot
by mail, living full description of year cue.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
REGULAR PAD 2 00; Incipient diseases, first.
stages Chills and Fever, etc.
SPECIAL PAD-$3 00; Chronic Liver and Stom
ach Disorders, and Malurla.
SPLEEN BELT-55 00; Enlarged Spleen and
Liver and Chill Cake.
INFANT PAD ft 50; Preventative and cure of
Cholera infantum and Summer
Auxiliaries tor iservouo
pODY 1 L ASTE RS 50c
and Clrculatlve Troub
le throwing eff ob
structions aud remov
FOOT " pair 50c
1 Auxilary for colds.
1 AnvllArv ror enlrls. filrlr
ABSORPTION SALT-lheadach. numbness of
box iSc; tjboxca, $1.25J extremities, etc.
' For further Information as to diseases reached by
the Pad aud its Auxiliaries, consult our pamphlet.
H0LMAX LIVER PAD CO., .
Room 2 and 3, sluzer Bulldius, St. Louis, Mo.
P. Gr. SCHUH,
Sole Agent for the sale of tho UOLMAS LIVES
PAD CU.'b REMEDIES In
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will end ono of our IIEALTII RESTOR
ING PADS to any Invalid alllleted with Liver
I'omnlalut. CHILLS and FEVER, INDIGES
TION, COST1VENESS. Nervous Headache,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility aud Impure Blood,
If they will send ns their svmptoms aud ad
dress and aeree to send u $'J,00 If It effects
a cure to their entire satisfaction, othciwiso
there will be no charge. Wo v. Ill do this to con
vince the public or the superior value aa a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all wo say. As thl offer
will necessarily bo limited In number, we hope
iuuieiuru, au enny upiiiieuiiou w ill no inauo. Att-
lory Respectfully Youre.
1?3 Elm street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
UU. lr. W. FUKHfcS.
FhyIclan speak In Terms of i'ralsc In favor of tho
, Cincinnati, June US, 1S70.
ilavlns had some considerable acnuaintuiico w ith
the operutlou of the Pad, I can eoucleueluualy
recommend It as an excellent remedy In all the dis
eases for which Dr. Forbes counsels Its use.
270 Giorgo Street, Cincinnati.
What Rev. Josenh Emery, tho well-known City
Cincinnati. June 30. IStfi.
Having had n long acquaintance with Dr. Forbes,
I nm snflstled that whatever he recommends he does
o conscieiiciously, and will prove all they promise.
HEV. JOSEPH EMERY.
Extracts from a few of the Munv Letters frequently
received at tho Office.
One soys :-"I feel that your Pads have saved mv
life. Auother says: "Your Pad has Just reached
my case, It has entirely removed my costlveuess)
and consequent Sick Heuduche." Auother writes:
"1 our Pint attended strictly to business, and In
forty-eight hours I folt as well as ever." Another;
""f Pad has cured me of llllllousiiuss and a tor
pid Liver. 1 am bettor than I havo been la twenty
veara." Still another says :-I have endured all tho
horrors growing out of a torpid Liver and Dysiiejisla.
After using your pad all these 111 left me.' Ono
lyoro; "I nave used your Pads with perfectly satis
factory refill. s. and cheerfully recoiuond them to
A Purely Vegetable Remedy
Tho 8uftt. TCiiKicst nnd Host over
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
A purely vcgetablu compouuC. not doctored with'
poisonous liquors, being dry gentle calhartfe and .
effective tonic uro to effectually sure some- of thu
most common and pnluful disease that hailto mi
leal skill. Those who have been cured when ail
plhor means lullod, Justly sar: "It I tho greatest
blessing of tho agi. "1 bslleve I should not now
bo alive but lor It. Phvstclans In regular practlc
ay i "It work like a charm aud effectively.
1 FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
i rVTf the KIDNEY-WORT cannot otarwlo be '
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