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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY IS, 1380.
8JIAU ADVERTISES! KNT.
A I.I, ADVERTISEMENTS In tbl roliinm. ot
vi. line each nr I will he published for'sfi
iinii one ir.ncriion ;f, liruiH. W) fiitn; 1 lo;
I month, I . .v i : .1 month without ch niire. $1.00 p.r
month. Knit additional line, prorata. Miua: Ion
Owcllliii tin:l four lot-verv dclruhle property
n anulhfiti-t rortii-r Till trei nml .1 .tV.-rfon Aveuuo.
M. .1. IIiiWLEV, IChI Kuiti- Asr-iit.
Owvekh and purchacrii of real estate In Cairo
DboulJ In- sure thev have a goml title. I m nnw
Dreiitri'd to lurulh ahstract ut reaotiatile ran.
Office in I'oiirt House.
An order son.) for $lim. If applied on any stylo
first cla Meiidlchou 1'lano. Will he 1J low.
App'y m this oillce
Mr. I. .1 livrnc ciim accommodate a r.-w day
hoader. also hoard and room for two. Price very
low. Apply ' h'T boii"' next to thi catholic
church nu Washington avenue.
EST 11 AY NOTICE.
Taken up tiv tlii- nubcriher. at tin1 lower end or
Wiihinioii nvoiiiif. Cairo, llllnoi. about the 1st
October, W.i. a three-year niil heller, otuo and
whit'.-In color. No ear marks. Crnmply honied.
The owiiiT run ha'' the " ''' provini property
aud pamn: chare.. VII.Ll.M CASEY .
1101 SE AND LOT Foil SALE
noiiw and lot fitvi itl-it on .Ierteron and Thir
teen b street between Jert'er-ou aud Ci'ilar street.
Slid property situated a follow, to wil: Lot num
bered il-0 'ttock. uumbcr 1 In tin- Third iidditiou
lotbcritv ol Cairo. For further particular la
noire a( Uiehnu.-. TIIuM As H. V1N"1 Ell.
Da t i-d thi. 11th d-iyof Fell, isti,
I'U'H" ESSl ON AL r A RPf m YSI C I A N s .
II. MAREAX, M. I)..
Honipo'iatliic Physician anil Surgeon.
office m C.. jinwrdal av.'nue. Kesidciice corner
uirtenth S:. aud Wanhi'i.lon avenue. Cairo.
jqr k. w. wiiitlock.
Or'.ci No. Vtf. C om-nercial Avenue, between
E:h;t and Ninth Strci
U. V. ('. JO( ELYN,
I ) I-: N'TIS T .
OFFICE Eiflit- sstrwt. near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Convey .nicer.
OFFlc.:U'i;!i the Widow" and On-pasr." Mu
oai Aid Sock-'r.
T. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The F.f.aRt Si i' vhec, i'Aenz-T Steamer
L'.-..- Ca:r'i fvvry M..::1iy and TlrJrdiT f r
'ape ii:rjrj au. M. ! o.i. and v landing", ror
W-.-M or apply to u:.' A 1LVE11.
ILL WKIXKIN't; COMI'AXY.
Hu Ution" ! their wrv'sitji ivnt
At Ciiro w!i-rre t!i'.-y have rvi-nthm.: ne.- l.'dlii
the du.-rt' lit."-. '-a'n pu;n)i. lirw. Ii'uk k-. an
chor, ed-. A ill hirv or cout.-ai t l-r a'l kind of
ii:j:m him.. .r. .i.e. ssialliims.
Cairo. III. I,oui illf. Ky.
The Onlv Remedy
THAT ACTS AT THE SAME TIME OX
AND TIIK KIDNEYS.
Th; comliinH anion (ftv.- it ni)d.Tf::l powor
to cure ail diceupv
Why a.e wk Sick?
n.icau wc ailow tlic.' L'livit nr.'aii to lnToine
cloas.'i-d or torpid, and ptdonoii luinior ai r tiT.'
Iom furred into the liloi.d that i-lioii'd In: cxptdh'd
nat in ally.
mi.I.IOUSNKSs. 'H.r. CONSTIPATION.
KIDNEY UiMH.AINTS. I' KIN AH Y IH.V
EASKS. FRMAI.K WKAKNK sEir
AND NEKYUl'h DlMll.'DI-.l.
by niiiini! fr"e action of I In'- nrLMti and ri'stor
lu their puuvr to throw oil diciip.'.
Why Sutler II. Iliou pain and f hi.'"!'
Why tormented with I'lie Co!itipatlou!'
Why frl(,'htencd over (Unordered Kidnoj!
T I by endure nervou and flck headai hec!
Iir knve hlccplcao utt'litf ?
fue KIDNEY WoKT and rejoice In Health.
It I a dry, veetultlc compound anil
One packaue will timke six iiuarts of M' llii lne,
Getll of your Druizikt. he will order II for yu.
WELLS, KJCIIAHDSON CO., 1'rnprletut.
i Hurllnj.-'lii, Yt.
HiliPst Medal at Vienna- Pliiliiilelpli'm
E. & II. T. AXTH0XY & (U.
BWl Broadway, Now Virk.
Manufaclorer. lm porter and
Velvet Frames, Albums, Oraplioscojiei,
fetercoscojies unJ Muws. Incrav
inirs. Cliroinos, l'lioto:ruplis,
And Kltulrwl (iood'-Cclehrltle, Aotrott'e. Etc
IMiotoffi-apbic Materials !
We lire Ilea l(Uirt T for Ev iytlilu.;
la tao way of
Stereot icons, Magic Lanterns
EaCb style hcliiE the he-1 of lit Clul
lu the rnaikut.
I!nlf! I'liotigraiililc.Traupari.'nri of Htalll
r and Eutfravin." lor the window.
ConeT irlaa. Maautacoirur ol Velvet Frame
. . , ..i ...i i '..i.,...v i.w p;. t ii no. :i mu
THE DAILY HULLETIX
F.NTEKKD AT THE 1MT OFFII K IS CAI1U), IL
LINOIS, AS 8UCOND-CLAM MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAFKll OF ALEXANOEll COUNTY.
Oiify Moniiiiff Daily inSimtliorii IUinoLs.
SIONAt OHiet. I
Caiiw. III.. Fehniari 17 ImI. (
Time. Bar. Ther. llnm Wind. Vtl
1 air. 30.21 ,M t;i S; s
Wind. Vtl Weulh.r.
Matlnium Teuiperature. 5 ; Minimum Tern
peratnre. 13 s : Italnl'all 0 CO Inch.
Hivor.lfeet'Jlnche. w. . I(AV
Ser.j"t Sltfnal Com. I'- S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
to go for 1 toots ntkl slpvs cither to Imve
them imulo to orJiT or I my rca-iy m:uK', is
at C. Koch's, Commercial avum-. Itctwccn
Filth ami ixth streets. Ho lmuht his
stock of boots ami shoes, leather :in l fial
iusja betoro the late rise, and will give the
public the benefit by selling at the oll
prices. Do not fail to call when i:i need of
jino'.is in his Hue.
HOW WILL THIS DO:
Five lb Note Hea.ls as low as $i per l.oOl.
Ten lb Letter IL-a is as low as f 73 per
Imperial Dill Hea.h as lw as per
Dills La hn.' as low as :J X) p-r 1.0 i0.
Envelops unl priatia f2 ') to 4 00
At TilF. Dn.i.!.TIN job o:!;i-e.
I am now rea.iy an 1 wiliinjr to receive
the revenue o: 1 "T:. i:: my opinion tax
payers will tin I it to their interest to pay
without further n-'tice ami save the penalty
that attache on delinquent tax-payers, etc.
Your.- truly. John IIoixies.
SlieiirT ami Collector.
Jo-Ei'H A. Evans, at Citron, X. B., tliu
write to Mr. Fellows: '"I b-li-.-ve. umler
kin. I Providence, that Mr. Fellows' Com
pmiii'l Syrup of Hyp."iihophit-'s has ix'i-n
the means of retornii: butli my wife and
ii:n;,'!itpr. Tlie latter fiomTtii'cH'ul.irC'in
sumptioa and I hope the all'.icte-I will avail
themselves of its u-e."
Ocii jire-.-nt bank in system is a vast
impri'Veme.'it on that of twc.'ry years k."i.
a-every one tiiust a ltnit w!io rememl er
the trouble w.j had witii wild cat m -ney.
Any man who is so l)i!ious as to deny this
should take a dose of M .tt's Liver Piils.
and recover his normal lniitai'3 condition
as soon as pos-i!i!e.
Fl'.OM A DlSTINolISlIEI) I'ilYSlt IAN.
Prof. Green, a (iitiu:ii-bed allopathic phy
hician, wrote to t!i. Medical Hecor l. of At
lanta. Ga.t to the I'X.'Ct that after all other
means had failed, he sent for tlu Kidney
Cur, Oate Kidney and Liver Cur. j. a!i.i to
hi- alonis!.ment cured a s-.-rnni ca.-y of
liriejlit's Disease by udmini-terimr it, and
afterwards found it cijual'.y beneticial in
other cases. lb; advised his brother physi
cians to f.se it in preference to anything
el.-e for kidlH'V di-opiel-.
The Pkcvst ami i'hariiiiLr aetns-.
Mis Marian Morduut. of the Uroadw ay
theater. New York, was taken suddenly
with a sever - ho'irsein'-s was unable to
perforin; a triend r iniuended Giles' Lin
iment Iodide Amuioi:i:i: the cure was rapid
Giles' Pills cures suppres-iou. Sold by
til I drui:-'it. Send for pamphlet. Dr.
Giles, l'jo Wet Hro-nlway. Trial size '2'
cents. Barclay lirother-. agents.
Fek of Dorroit. The lee of doctors i
a:i it'-in that very many per-ons are inter-e-ted
in just at prev-nt. Wn believe the
schedule for visits i :, which would tax
a man routined to his lied for a year, an 1
in need of a daily vi-it, over sil.Ooo a year
for a medical attendance alone '. And one
inole bottle of Hop Hitters tukeii in time
would save the $l,(m: mid all the year's
Mv Good Womvn why are you so out of
ut.-. never able te teil 1 oiks that vou are
Ten to one it's nil cau-i'd in the
plai'.' by habitu il constipation, which has
iiodniibt llnally cati-ed iliT.atioed kidneys
and liver. The sure cure for roii-tipatiou,
i-me eeieiiraie.t Money. m t. 11 is also
i -pei iiic remedv for all kidte'v an 1 liver
ii"t-es. Thou-asids are ciifi-d by it even
mo'itii. 1 1 v it nt once.
Wv-os, Jin It'or I Co.. Pa.
M'-srs. Moi"i.'an i: Allen, .Vi John St. New
Dear Sirs.-I find the "Constitution
Water" an excellent rmuedv for the dison-es
for which it is recommended, I have u-ed a
onsiderable of it it! my practice with en
tire success. I have on hand a ruse ol en-
ir;;i'd prostate uland with irritability of
the neck of th" bladder, which I cannot re
lieve wilb iiuvthini: as well as Constitution
Water. You will please si nd mo one-half
dozen bottles by express. ('. (), D.,ns soon us
possible, us tlie dniooists nt I .'jwanda have
none at present, I expect you to make Un
usual discount which yon make todritL'L'ists
and physicians. Direct to Oliver (.'. Styles,
M. !. Ak your druooi-t lor it.
'Few of tiif. li.i.s of Life" an in on
prevalent and distressing than bilious dis
orders. The symptoms are hoy soitits
want of enei'y, restiessiiess headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costivetiess and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne's
Tar and S'irasparilla Pills." Their ell'ect
on the liver and blood ia wonderful, re
movini; pimples ami all erutioiis, leavinu'
the coiiiile.ion fnir and fresh as in youth.
Price 'Jo cents a box of thirty Pills or five
Imxes fi-r if 1. UK. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swavne V Son, lll'.fi North
SiMh street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
Wasted. Sherman k Co,, Marshal!,
Mich., want tin nijent in this county nt
once at a salary of if 100 per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ttd
dress as above
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
--Cant. J. C. Willis is at the Planter's.
Judge Ilarker is in the city, a guest at
Dob Imjersoll first lectured ou hell,
then on Burns, and now on Paine.
Squire Osbom Is sick in Wed not
seriously, but enough to prevent him from
being on duty.
Superintendent Gorman was yesterday
at work, finishing up the reconstruction of
the sower between this office and Lieu-nth
"Illinois farm products amounted to
1200,000.000 last' year,' which is double the
product of all the gold ami silver mines in
the United Sutes.
Mr.M.D.IIarrell's residence is receiving
an entire overhauling. Several new coats
of paint are being applied thereto, and
other improvements are being made.
A new applicant for public favors ami
one that will on its merits, receive a full
share, is the new Hair Soap, sold only
br Geo. E. O'Hara, see "ad." in another
The Ohio river has of late risen very
rapidly. The Mississippi is coming up
more slowlv and but for this fact we would
have much higher water at this point than
we at present have.
The "Faultless" is a pure Havana
tiller, bright Connecticut wrapper, manu
factured especially for the Cairo trade and
sold for t;ve cents, by F. Korsmeyer, whole
sale tobacconist, Ohio Levee, corner Sixth
Last night about nine o'clock a ueirio,
while walking on a stage plank from the
wharf onto a steamboat.acclentaily. stepped
otf and falling into the river was drowned.
His name was unknown to those who w it
The. witnesses for the defense were yes
terday called in the Mecham ca.-c in
Mound City. The presence ot some of our
people was required to testify to the form
er goo J character of tlie w oman who is un
Among the old side-walks to be recon
structed are the walks on Ctenmercial ave
nue through which the Delta's engine
br"ke three times on the night of the box
factory r!re and the high walk on Four
teenth, between Walnut ana Cedar streets.
Tlie crop of winter wheat aUug the
Illinois Central i ail road is in splendid con
dition. A few days ago it snowed from
Tuscola smith and about four inches fell.
making a good covering for the piants. In
ftct the plant in almost every county along
the liuiio;- Central is look. no- well.
-Struck a bonanza G. E. OTlara who
ias dealt in drugs and chcmicV.s for years,
and know, as much about the business,
probably as any live man, has struck a bo-
nauza. ca.l ati'l see what lie lias to show
in the shape of Thomas' Hair Soap, a won-
We learned late last night that a diffi
culty ha 1 occurred at Goose Islandyesterday
morning in which one Jim. Lewis, a prom
inent nuu of the place was either severely
cut or slot; our informant knew not which.
We Could not learn any particulars, but will
in all probability be able to lay them be
f re our rerders in our next issue.
Mr. Kob't T, Lincoln, son ot Abraham
Lincoln, the assassinated president of the
United States, was in the city yesterday.
He was stopping at tin- St. Charles Hotel.
His home is in Chicago where he practices
the profession of law. Not long ago he
was appointed one of the trustees of the
Iliinois Central railroad by Governor Oil
loin. I! tb't Stewart i making preparation
for the opening of a saloon on the corner
of Twelfth and Washington. He has
painters and paper hangers already ut work
and intends to open his saloon on Saturday
morning with a grand lunch, llob't is a
popular yuuriLf man and his genial manners
are su'.iicient to insure him a large patron
age. Something tu-v in electricity may be
seen at the New Yoik Store. It is a large
sijn lec.'ived yesterday from New York the
letters of w hich are formed by bright discs
hung on wires operated by an electric bat
tery placed at tin- back of the sign by
means of which a continued vibration or
swingintr motion is imparted to the discs.
The result U a sign having all the appear
ance of glittering waves of water and sun
light. Head the Chicago Tribune and you arc
led to think the great mass of Ilepiiblieiins
are for Hhiiue. Read the Inter Ocean and
it looks us if the people Were mostly for
Grant. Head the Times and you can tend
ily see how Washburne is the coming man,
When you have read all three of these pa
pers, you will come to the conclusion that
the thing is awfully mixed, uud nobody
can tell w ho will be the next Hepulilietui
to whom the chance to steal the presidency
will be given,
Uhea I'.oyd, the young man from Pa
ducuh, who is charged with burglary, was
taken to tint city by ex-Marshal Geary
yesterday afternoon on the Fisk. A num
ber of his friends cume down to neconi
puny him back. He disclaims all knowl
edge of the Htl'air and feels confident of ac
quittal. His friends, of whom lie lim many
even in his present disgrace, ussert that he
lias been on a uprce for several weeks and
must have been cra7y drunk when he com
mitted the burglary,
The shoe shop of Mr. Sargent, on
Eighth street, was entered by burglars
night before last and every thing of valuu
taken away. They entered by unlocking
the trout door uud taking tools, allocs, leath
er nnd nearly every thing portable, do
parted without leaving a clue to their
identity or whereabouts. Mr. Sargent be
lieves that somo co-workers in the trade,
poorer than he, employed this method
to possess thentsolTcs of the necessary
articles to commence business and
left for parts unknown to make an honest
Another advance in the price of nails
has been decreed by the Western Nail As
sociation at Pittsburg, to take ell'ect utonec,
The new rate is $j.2., mid it is expected
that it will be sent up to fVoO before the
1st of April. The nail-makers evidently
mean to play the "boom" for all its worth.
In conversation with one of our iron deal
ers on this subject, the other day, we were
informed that the rise in iron could not long
continue. "It will ere long," said the deal
er, "become top-heavy and comedown with
an immense crash. And then I would ad
vise all to stand from under."
The city council was to have met in
the council chamber on last night a week
to take into consideration the communica
tion on sanitary amors, submitted to it by
the Tax-payers' .Wiciuthm at its last regu
lar meeting. Owing to the disagreeable-ne.-s
of the mJit. however, but few of our
aldermen made their appearance, 'and no
meeting was held. The communication
was prepared after much research and with
much care and contains some very valuable
suggestions, which doubtless the council
will adopt. The only question is us to the
time when it will adopt them. The mat
ter should be given the proper impor
tance and immediate action would dis
please none of our citizens.
There is a difficulty among Illinois
Democrats in Washington over the census
supervisor for this, the Eighth district. W.
11. Drown, of Metropolis, who has been
nominated, is distasteful because he is a
pronounced Republican. It is urged by
Brown's friends that he is the only soldier
thus far nominated, and that he. is in every
way qualified. The Greenbackers, under
the lcad-rshipof Senator David Davis, are
,'ettingup petition, for the purpose of hav
ing ex-State Senator Sim Glassford, of
Johnson county, appointed in Drowns
place. Glassford is a farmer by occupa
tion. wa5 formerly a Republican, but joined
the Greenback party.
Moody recently stated, in answer to a
question, that In- oi.ln t believe in a hell
filled with endless burning brimstone, but
that the wicked would be punished by be-
in,' torever ilenii'il a sight ot iiott s lace,
w hich wouldn't be any punishment at all to
the majority of the professed Christians of
the day, since they cannot even look their
honest kindred in the face, an i are highly
pleased when they don't have to; and since
Moody has abamlotied a fiery hell, he might
j'it as well abandon preaching and leave
tin: regenerating ot the wicked to the po
lice, who already do the mo.-t effectual
work as missionaries amongst them with
the telling force of "muscular Christianity ."'
A quarrel among some of the deck
hands of the steamer R. K Springer, resulted
in tlie unintentional shooting of one of the
rousters. The particulars of the affair were
given us by Capt. II. H. Hart, and are as
follows: When the, boat was several miles
above Caseyvilie, coming down the Ohio
river, a quarrel arov; between one Jim
Inoss an I unoth'T deckhand in which the
latter us..-1 a knife and the former a pistol,
firing several shots at his antagonist but
inis-ing him. one of tlo- bullets struck it
loiister, Wih-y Staple iy name, in the
thigh, causing a painful wound. When the
boat reached Caseyvilie a surgeon wa.s em
ployed to remove the Dui lot aud dress the
wound it'l l on their arrival here th patient
was placed in the hospital and the shootist
in the county jail by Sln riif llodge?.
While returning hoim: on the fi.rrvbo.,t
from Cairo a few days ago, Mr. and Mrs,
Jas. Clark met with quite an accident which
might have proved fat il to both. Tiny
were in a buggy and as it was raining, had
almost entirely enclosed themselves in oil
cloth. When thy left the bout on the Mis
souri shore the horse and buggy suddenly
sunk into the mud,close to the water's edge,
and came near turning over. In his fran
tic etlbits to gain a solid footing the horse
covered himself with mud and wrecked
the buggy. Mr. and Mrs. Clark succeeded
in extricating themselves from the wreck
without-sustaining severe injury. Hut had
the vehicle turned over, which at one time
it threatened to do, they would in all prob
ability have found a watery, grave us the
channel of the river runs close to the shore
there and is about forty teet deep.
-The grand n.vi. M.vsqt.K under the aus
pices of the Casino's, given at Shed's hull
last night was one of tfte biggest things of
the .season so far in the extent of crowd
and fun. Apparently there was no limit to
cither. The- crowd was like a vnst sea,
and the fun like a never-dying fountain.
Mirth rained supreme and, enjoying the
beneficence of the managers, no one
thought of complaining because their work
had been done too well in the way of draw
ing a crowd. The appointments of the oc
casion were ull complete, and the verdict
was unanimous that the Casino's had taken
the medal for this season, We hope that
the niMiagcrs have realized handsomely
out of their enterprise and if so, they
certainly deserve, their reward.
DR J. W. THOMAS'
A WONDERFUL FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLE FOR
TMIQ 1-IUMA.ISr TrIA.II?.
The hulraudaenlplo a normal condition, tlm-hun tUlnaalr, atop. Its fu!l!ii8 out and prevents dandru.T.
Hofc'ro nrH.encalp.ulluya tie) ItcUtuu Senuttou and will preerv. the
The moat delicate fuhvle. and U deadely irf.tiuitfJUrt-al!I,y ofijTiiK-ntM. di-l.itnrlouii t'inlm and v.,lh
wat.be., while It I much cheaper lu price, and free f.o.nt, iiupicu-anmoM Incident tVthelr u. '
TJIK WOAP K.MI'LOYKl)
I purely v.'sre-tiih!.., and -Imply a vehicle containing co.tly medicine epe. 1'k.llr for the hair and ci'
which rumalu intact when Incorporated with a neuiial oip, 1 1
I'repa r-d under the Immediate Ik., 1 V rl'HfkMC
lu.tructiouao! J'l. .i . h , i Jiu.u.Vo, Hair and Scalp Specialist,
Price 50 rent per rake. Three cakes if l.'Jo. EO. j.;, O'HARA, Sole Agt, Cairo, 111.
AT TEMPERANCE HALL.
Mil. T. It. I'ETTITT, OF KliNTlTKY, All
DUESSKS A I..UIOK Al'DlKSCK IN I'AE HALL
OFTHECVIHO KKFOI1M C'l.L'i:.
Tim Reform Club hall was well Ailed
with people of all classes las', night, who
had assembled to hear the temperance ora
tor, 31r. T. H. Pettitt, of Kentucky. It
was not the regular meeting night of the
Reform Club, but notwithstanding a large
number of men and an unusually large
number of ladies were present.
After the singing of several songs and the
reading of the fifth chapter of Isaiah, Mr.
wco .s. i isiu-r, uie presiueiu oi tlie ncl"rm
... c M .1 . I. . - 1 .. . , ,i . n
Unto, introduced Mr. T. li. Pettitl, who a
an elderly gentleman of a commanding fig
ure, with a clear and strong voice, which
enabled the audience to hear every word la
said. Mr. Pettitt com:ii"nce i by saying that it
was customary with him to choose u text
and accordingly he would choose the '.'o
chapter of Proverbs. After radhig it and
stating that it was King Jam- s translation
and that no material dinVrm.'e would be
found between it and the Catholic's I!ib!e,
he read the following which were the tiist
words of hi-i text:
"Who hath woe:" He sai l ".v oe" sign!
fie 1 the very greatest of all stttfering an
it i i
uisucss. ne ((uoieo a uu uoer oi u e sav-
mgs ot cnrist ami saM tint we cou.4 l 'i;u
from them coming from the highest au
thority as they did that the wor I "woe" I
wasin:crv.e,i to c -uvey :o toe miU'i Me
m .st lasting suturing an 1 intense torment
"Who hath sorrow:" he c in'in'ie 1 the
veiy oppo-ite of that exhilarating em itiou
which is joy; Was it ;he man who had
buried his fainilv or wis wee-iing ovr tlie
i 4 . (. "i los . . n 4 1 . 1 ue i.i 1. 1 ;i 1
had buried his only rini-1 th" -on who ia
old age was to be his ori-ie and truei whom !
lie thuugh.t t'j lean for support as he dr.-.v
near to his grave : Tics m-ti ha 1 s.jir ov;
lint their fi,,rri,:l- u-iibo i " - I. T i , i t . ,r... 1
- ' "
to that sorrow to wi.ic.t toe writer ot t:c
holy scriptures referre-i.
Wir. hathemtentioa-:" n w-p, t.,ey
who were found quarreling and disputing
ai.out tn.les u-it:i tli-v came to K r.v-
which uot unfreqii-titly r-.uVd in death:
Who was the voung man. a-ke-l the speak-
er, (eviieiitiv referring to oiing R.n-.i
Doyd.of Paducah, who nrr-.-sted in this
city) the son of a .ii-t.nguis!,e I s'ato-man
-the young man of rare talents and silvery
tongued speech, who, under the inrluence
of the damnable stuff, had madly and i:i-
sanely committed a sad crime and outrage. I
the laws of his native state:
"Who hath bibb'.mg.'" Who wts the
man we uearu m toe street, ano oy-wty,
and at the places of public r.-s-rt. in co:.-
versation which was devoid of thought an 1
which was simple bubbling? Who w is the
man who would in a siily and excited man
ner converse about trifles until it r -s'ibed
in fighting and bloodshed: Yhowa-tinman
who had swoiien cheeks, r-.-dne-s of
nose and whose countenance, genera. ly. was
disfigured. Tlie next question would sug
gest the answer, viz :
"Win hath redness of eyes;" The speak
er remai ked, by the way that wc did not
read of redness nf cheeks, and then said
that perhaps the man who wept had re i-ne-vs
of eyes, but this wa- not the man
meant. That which produced all this must be
a demon, indeed. Saul and David had slain
thousand, but the evils "spirits" had sla'n
tens ot tliousaiMs more; toey had m i le
men commit theft, burglary and murder
and were the prime ministers of vic upon
earth, Returning to the original qucsti:i,
the speaker u.sked who it was that had
redness of nose: who it was that walked
the streets unrespected in tatters and rags,
and th-; question was answered by his
"They that tarry long at the wine." The
speaker dwelt upon this sentence at some
length; described the moderate drinker,
his thoughts and his actions, and said that
although he might sufficiently attend to his
business on general occasions, that on court
or election clay his contentions would not
be few and that his idiotic babbling could
then be heard. And this man's bloated body
would eventually find a drunkard's grave
and his hoiiI the .drunkard's hell. He was
not speaking without authority when he
said this, but the Scriptures supported him.
"They that iro to seek mixed wine."
Those who sought wine at all would find in
themselves a tendency to linger at it. There
were, it was true, men of strong minds,
men who could resist the temptation they
would resolve to go so far and no farther,
but ninety-nine, men out of a hundred who
sought wine at all would "tarry long"
at it. The- one man out
of a hundred who had the force ol mind
to drink moderately till his life time; who
prospered in his business and who never
got into a difficulty, was the man who,
without knowing what he was doing, was
giving an apparent respectability t
drinking, and wa thi man, above !! oth
ers, who was tempting our youths. The
spectacle- o! a man win wallowed in the
gutter whs too disgusting to intbienc- men
to drink, but tlie moderate drinkers an I
men of professions; Dr. A, la.v
yer il. Plot, -s or C, etc. who occasionally
took a glass of wine with their
s -be: neighbor, were the men setting the
daugerou example and those who followed
it W'-ul 1 only too soon find thems .-!vi-in
the relentless clutches of King AUi V.
An i when a man incomes a ro:i:ir:ae I
i; unk ir 1. onlv the "r ice ot' r;,.i ..
" ...,!. ,
J mli i-;,., 1
speaker, can sive him,
And when he had t,uit drinking he al
ivsolve, with the heip of God, never to Iff
his mind dwell upon tin'' jtm, pleasure,,
wiiicli resulted fiom the "looking upon tin
wine when it i red, when it m.-v.-tli itself
ai.'j: :" ami u-',
way Hi' n-el'.
":t b.teih like a serpen', and stingeto like
an udder;" bee;. :se it ruined the mm n
tally and phy-i ; t'.iy.
The moderate drinker, slid the si-.-.tkei,
was i;k - a ship at sea. which unawar -s and
irec.-.y -;i:'., lei, in. perceptibly ! u
1 1 : w :i into a whirl-iool. S., J,ra-lv
j ha i t:,:- b -en douetirtt it was u:i:;.t;ce
.... I .. ;. ... .i i . ,
j i i .."u u:eoiiig -r l tec -true appor"
j :.-!-'. i:ie could be procured. :
,. !,,-,, . . .
'' 1 tlie hi. nt ot the sea, oe in: ';.t
a-hor. But no; there w i
r.- ... . . .,
ioi i i ; man wn .amed ; , a.
When a m j-lerate drink .-r i;a i
, left !;., cups he wa, like the mm on t-, f
j a ,.,....;. j... j,r t!l0 j:. ,...,4
j would throw !,:m down. The hitter pan . T
Mr. P.-t:i:t's speech w-s proinMv th- h-v
j p -rti..:i of it sine- it conf:ii:i..d see-; il ;ia
j red '.: which w.-te very d.-it.-j mi fu 1
i of r.ar" wir. and -h-ice w.- t h.k full n,..-. i-
, W , ,1;
ave g: en us plva-ur?
1 the eutiie
f.o t that we h .
evlv crow p. mi t:i.--- colutn::- a iiii.,n:
t: from giving the r-.st i f the s;.e..ch.
T..e -.."ikfr : Ir.-jU-nt'.v appla ; i.
1 w.,:.e -pe iking. M;t e-pec; ...y af
1 w:,:.e pe iking.
, th a1- !a'l.-e was !
, ,;, , u, w. ;., ir.v ((t,i ,,,,,;,.. ,
j A.:,.r ,.n., a , hv .;r. u.l ; ...
; p:-i -Ilt F;-!-r annouaeed t:ut th.-r.-oi
; ,..., ur-,
' 'U Friday evening, as t;-';--,!,
and that an .-C-h- sjv-aker w...u. I
b - i re.ent. He u'..- i a:inou".( -1
t:;aton Fridav after :n t the ladies of th-
. w:u,n-s Ci.i I,tl:i,i Temi.eunce Uni-..
. ;i , w:cll,)V t!it. t:j.;, ,.,,
.. WUs t!l(;a' ,,,., , w!lf.n ,,,
i j.;. u li-nu-ifd
i Ti... .U,.,-,;,,.. ,.! br-.. v..,v c,,; 1 i .
' V tri -tv v.a- not d.
irabh- when so able an
a I i:v-s couhi be ii-teiii'd to 31 r. Pettitt'-an-1
tie- nit .st exacting could i, ' ,-
. ,,r,..s ,ltIno,, s4tisf.,t.t:oa !lt the nu
j in wilicJ, .;.,. ,.nterta:ne,i.
ID.i.r in TiMii.-Help to b- e:!',; t.v
should be timely. Wiieu the kid.i-y-glow
inactive, us tlcy are apt to do, it s
wi-e to lend them and the bin 1 h-rearly :. I
iudicious medical aid in p-rfurming :.,ie;i
very important functions. Th
energy is inlued into th'ir oper.rru-.
without danger ol exciting them, an i wp.:i
great benefit to the gere-iai health, by u:h,
1 h.-lefter's Stomach Hitter- as a dim--::,
Powerful stimulants an- rather calcc ate i
to injure than benefit th- kid.".ys an i blad
der, but this reliable preiieCT of ca-egy
hnpa'ts to thent the requisite amount t.f
impetus an I no more. It should be i
r.l nibep-1 that kidney an I bla-ld-r com
piaints. in an advanced -'ag of d-tv.-'.-.p-merit,
v.-rv frequen'-v bafil.' medical skill
Oli! l!V;e.-. t.'it:! 1,1 .rhir.l -lirivll ,
trous tMtiseqti-n.-es. rejtel their a-lvauci
tne means sr.gge-fed..
AT TIIK I'l.ANTKIis' Ilof-K.
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man. Ky.; J. ('. Willi-. Metropolis; E. M.
Harris, Si. Louis: H. E. Waggoner. New
O. leans; Ed. McGuire, Murphv-boro; Mr.
E. Richards. Murphvsboro: Judge O. A.
Ilarker. Carbondaie:" W. T. Custud. Alto
Pass; L. Scholield. Chicago; W. A. Lem
uioii, Cnrbondale; W. F. Carr, Dirds point;
J. Hnbbdr I, Chicago, James Smith, New
Tins foreman of the New York and New
Raven Steamboat Co., Mr. G. H. Ilaverer,
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ed a bottle of St. J Aeon's On, from my
druggist, Mr. Otto Meyer, used it without
delay, and experienced instant relief from
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