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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: ..WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1882.
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The famed writer of tho Yanfcftei
proverbs U now about CO in years, ami
allows It. His hair, which in as long
and unkempt as ever, is iron gray, and
bis still", drooping mustache is fit
changing to the color of old age. As he
grows older, he Beenis to become more
and more supremely rejritnlless of pr
itotis, Burrounilinr or opinions. As lie
greets one with a machine-like "How do
ye do," or an inanimate ."Good dav,"
the impression is conveyed that he lias
arrived at that state of life and prosper
ity where he deems fate powerloM to
work any alteration for worse. Hillings
is essentially a man to himself, taciturn
and unobtrusive everywhere. lie is
not so popular as formerly, his only
work now being that which appears in
the New York Weekly. For this service
lie receives, perhaps, $;),00) a t ur.
His royalty from the circulation of
"Proverbs,'11 his almanacs and other
works swell his yearly income t about
.r,W). He is now a willing, but not an
attractive lecturer; his services in this
tield are in small and waning demand.
1'rorn tho proceeds of his labor ho has
amassed a fortune of over ?.1().)00. All
this money apparently affords hinwlf
and wife but meager and incleganlcoiu
fort. They pass a quiet, relegated, but
doubtless contented life, in an unpre
tentious Sixty-third street dwelling-
house, the carrel of wlich is made to
answer (lie combined purposes of liter
ary sanctum and store-house.
Death to rati, mice, roaches and ants;
Parsons' Exterminator. Barns, granariet
and households cleared in a sing e nighs
No fear of bad Rinells. Best and cheapcy
vermin killer in the world. Sold ever
Serpents are paid to oliey the voice of
their masters. The trumpet bird f
America follows its owner like a spaniel,
and the iacana acts as a guard to poul
try, protecting them in the held al! dav
from birds of prev, and escorting them
home at night. In the Mietiami js.ies
there is a gull which defends the Hock
from carries: it is therefore re-raided as
the privileged bird.
The chamois, 'bounding over the
mountain, are indebted for their safety
In no small degree to a species of pheas
ants. The bird acts as the sentinel; for
as soon as it gets sight of a man it whist
les upon hearing which the chamois,
knowing the hunters to be near, set oil'
at full speed.
The artifices which partridges and
plovers employ to delude their enemies
irora tho nest oi their young, may be re
ferred to as a case in point, as well as
the adroit contrivance of the hind for the
observation of her voumr: for when she
hears the sound of dogs she puts herself.
in tho way of the hunter, and starts in a
direction to draw them away from ber
The writer already cited says: "I
, knew a dog that died of sorrow at the
loss of his master, ami a bullfinch that
abstained from singingten entire months
on account of the absence of its mis
tress. On her return it immediately re-
jiinieu Us song.
F. II. Drake's Sufferings.
F. IL Drake, Esq.,Delroit, Mich., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease,
which appeared on his hands, head and fuce,
and netrly destroyed his eyes. The most
careful doctorinir failed to help him, and
after al had failed ho used the Cuticura
Resolvtnt (blood purifier) internally, Cuti
cura aid Cuticura Soap (the great skin
cures) externally, and was cured, and has
remaned perfectly well to this day.
Old Time Justice.
At a session of tho San Antonio dist
rict court some years ago aMcuean was
vit trial on the charge of stealing a pis
tol. Ho proved conclusively that the
pistol produced in court as the one stolen
was his own; that be had bought it, and
that it had been in his possession long
More tho alleged theft took placo. The
case went to tho jury at 12 o'clock, the
time of the adjournment of court, and
the jurymen, not wishing to bo kept till
court opened again, at 3 o'clock, hurried
to give in their verdict. The foreman,
turning to tho rest without leaving the
box," said: "Well boys, what do you
fou sayP Let us give him two years at
luntsvillo." Another answered: "AH
right, put him through or tho judge will
. adjourn." Another said: "Go ahead;
hurry up, or we will havo to stay here
till 8 o'clock." Just at this juncture- s
quiet old gentloman on thojury suggest
ed: "But is he gulltyP" Tho foreman
responded: "Guilty? Well, d-n tho
odds, wo want our dinner, and if he ain't
guiltv why clear him." So the verdict
was immediately handed in, "Not cull
ty." Texan Sittings. ; ,
1 t.'mm?nmm?" . t. ,
Jn dress, Attorney Gonoral Brewster Is
very oecenf rlo. ' Ho Woars ruffles of thd
ilyle of Boventy-five years ago.' His coat 1
Is a blue swallow tail, with brass but-
funs and his waisteoast is lung aud
' made of bright buff cloth. ' ' , '
He Is a man with u light beaver over
coat on. He drives a white horse and a
top buggy, and till of a sudden he stops
In tho middle of the street and looks fix
edly at his horse. In two minuU-'s lifty
people lino tho curbstone.
"Wliat's the matter r" ,
A man ulcus up to seize the bridle
and start the horse, but tho driver
shakes his head, and motions him
Til, but he's an ugly brute,"
"Of course ho is. Look at that wick
ed eve of hi.s!"
The crowd has now been increased by
lifly, and several vehicles have stopped.
"Any body liurtr
"No; balky horse."
"Why doesn't some one whisper in
Four men stepped out to give advice,
bnt they are hastily motioned back, and
a livery stable man in the crowd ob
'If that horse doesn't kill two or
three men here, shall be much mis
taken.1' Three minutes more, and the crowd
numbers two hundred. The man w ith
the gray hore looks up and down the
street, braces his feet, takes a firm grip
on the lines, and softly says, "(.'onio,
Peter." And Peter draws his head,
(lamries "ins ears, am moves on as slow
ly and softly as a river of gn a-e.
hat was it i ' calls a man who lias
run Tour blocks, ami is pulling like a
But; there is no one to answer him.
The crowd has dissolved like a handful
of siigiir in a barrel of water. It is very
mysterious, and the crowd doesn't enjoy
the climax al all.
A Sad Case.
'iThis is one of our saddest cases,"
said the keeper of Bloomingdalo Asylum,
pointing to a thin and miserable-looking
creature crouching up in one corner of
a padded cell. lie is quiet enough at
present, but he has spells that are terri
ble to wituess -in fact, he is one of our
dangerous patients." I
Indeed," said the visitor "perhaps
you would not mind giving mea history
of the case. He comes apparently from
the belter walks of life."
Yes at onetime he was well known
in society, said tho keener; he stood
high as an authority on the stage. Ho
was a dramatic critic, and one of tho
"You interest me," said the visitor
and how did he como to this sad
His very power was his ruin, said
the k eerier. He was known to havo in-
Huencu with all the managers and no
numU'ivd his friends by the hundreds.
They crowded around him, and continu
ally pestered him for tickets. He coujd
never cscapotliem. Even before ho was
tip in the morning half a dozen chronic
deadheads would be pulling at his door
bell. Two-thirds of his mail matter
consisted of requests for a couple of
seats for to-nijrht or tomorrow night or
any ni'dit," They were after him f rotn
morning until night. Tickets, tickets,
tickets rang in his ears from every side
hven at church he would find requests
for tickets stuck bet ween the leaves of
his very prayer book. If he entered a
restnura.it he was not allowed to more
than half finish his meal before two or
three notes requesting tickets reached him
r -11 .11' ( t
irom ucisruoorinir lames. lie nceamo
afraid to stir abroad. He could scarcely
take athv.en steps in any direction with
out meeting a ravenous, would-be dead
head. Ilis situation became unbearable.
Tickets, tickets, tickets, tickets thunder
ed in his brain from daylight to mid
nlsrht. The more he cave away tho
more pressing became his tormentors,
until at last thev drove him mad. Stark
mad, sir. An incurable, and no mistake,
When ho is in one of bis fits he. beats
the air madly w ith bis arms, and cries,
"Take 'em oil'. Take 'em oil'!" imagin
ing his cell full of deadheads. A very
sad case, sir a very sad case," conclud
ed the keeper, as they moved on to the
next cell. ISrooklyn Eagle.
South American Diamonds.
The gross weight of diamonds con
tained in packages passed through the
Kiinbcrly poMollico in 1hij was 1.-1UI
pounds, l'J ounces avoirdupois, the esti
mated value being JM,.'Hi7,K'j7. These
ligures compare with 1,174 pounds and
JW,8Hi,i;:n in 17J: 1,160 pounds and
2,672.711 in 1878; 903 pounds and 2,
112,427 iu 1877; and 77:1 pounds 1,87,
!W2 in lM7t. The annual value of" the
mines in the Kimberly division, owned
at the end of lK.so ly the government
and the London ami South African Ex
ploration company, is estimated as fol
lows: Kimberly, l,000,nut): Old de
Beers, 2,H0O,OU0; Du Toit's Pan, 2,
000,0(K); Bultfoiltcin. 2,i00,(MH). At
the end of last year 2A0W black and 1,
700 white men wvro employed at these
mines. From tho Kimberly and Old do
Beers mines alone diamonds to the ex
tent of 8,200,1)00 karats are annually
raised, while the other two mines above
named yielded 800,000 karats last year.
At the diggings on tho Vaal river about
2M) men were at work last year. (Mo
nies und Imlia.
"Father," asked Johnny, "what is a
locrp" "A log, niy son," replied Brown,
stealing a hasty glance at Mrs. P., to
see if she was listening for his answer,
"a log, my son, is a big piece of wood
or timber. Whv do yon ak, Johnny?"
"It tolls in this' story about heaving a
loir, ,uid it says tho ship went fourteen
knots an hour. What (toes it menu by
L-imts. father?' "Knots. Johnny
knofsP Why, you have seen d log- al
iniist idwnvs covered with knots-liavc-
'nt you? Well, that's what it means
fourteen of them the ship trot by lour-
t ecu of t hem in an hour. That's all,
.lohnnv." said Brown with h sigh of a.
lief Unit he had got out of It so easily.
Tho Geniusof Krupp. Alfred Kninn,
tho owner and creator of tho largest
gun foundry in the world, seems to be a
greater hero in war-loving Germany
man me v.nancenor inmseii. ivrupi
as bom tit Essen on April 11, 1811, nuu.
s his father was a girn-mnkcr, the boy
made toys of llrearins. Tho lad's genius
outstripped all precedent, and, more
than keeping pace with modern in viti
tlon. ho devised Implements of death
which have terrorized soldiers of nearly
jovory rial ion. ,
As Nevada has no wants In particular,
Senator Jones announces himself a
senator of tho United States, interested,
in common with others, in tho welfare
of tho country. There ought to be nioro
senators of tho United States. Boston
Wk ask you to read tho advertisement of
)arby's Prophylaciflc Fluid, which appears
in our issue of to day. It is a wonderful
healiDg remedy,' a most powerful disin
fectant, and a positive germ destroyer, and
is perfectly safe to use even in tho hands
of tho most inexperienced. It is highly
recommended by eminent physicians and
chemists, and endorsed by hundreds of
others, who havo used it, and know its val
uable properties. Prepared by J. II. Zeilin
& Co., Manufacturing Chemists, Sole Pro
As being a certain cure for tho worst forms
of dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, im
purity ol blood, torpid liver, disordered kid
neys, etc, and as a medicinofor eradicating
every species of humor, from an ordinary
pimple to tho worst ulcer, Burdock Blood
Bitters stand unrivaled.
Price fl.OO, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
Fred. Amos, Tyler Street, Rochester,
writes:. "Your Spring Blossom is wonder
ful; I never used 4any thing that acted so
well on the bowels, and at the Bame time
was so free from tho drabtic properties of
medicines usually sold for the purpose."
Price 50 cents, trial buttles 10 eta. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
F. A. Scrath, druggist, Ruthven, Ont.,
writes: "I have the greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters., In one case
with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible. One
lady told me that half a bottle did her nioro
good than hundreds of dollars' worth of
medicine she had previously takeD."
Price fl.OO, trial size 10 cents. Paul O.
Making a liaise.
John Hays, Credit, P. 0., says that for
nine months he could not raise his hand to
his head through lameness in the shoulder,
but by the use of Thomas' Electric Oil he
was entirely cured.
Jacob Martzolf, of Lancaster, N. Y., says
your Spring Blossom works well for every
thing you recommerd it; myself, wife, aud
children have all used it. and you enn't find
healthier famuy in tw iork State.
Oct. 5, 1S80.
Hope on, Hope Ever,
No matter what the ailment may be, rheu
matism, neuralgia, lameness, asthma, bron
chitis if other treatment had failed hope
on go at once for Thomas Electric Oil. It
will secure you immediate relief.
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color arc uneoualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Tim very best family medicine is
Wright'6 Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleaneo tho ixmtlo, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (C)
Tiik Bev. Ceo. II. Tuavkk, of Bourbon,
Ind., says'. "Both myself and wife owe our
live to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 9
Tiik.uk is nioro strength restoring power
in a 50 c,(nt buttle of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel "f malt or a gallon
f milk. As Bn apetizer, blood purifier and
kidney corrector, theie is nothing like it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invigorsnt
for mind and body. See other column. .
Tho Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints. .
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kldnoy Dlseasos.
Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pains
Aro Superior to all othtr Pluterm
Are Superior to Pads.
Are (Superior to Llalmenta.
Are Superior to Ointment or Palms.
Arneuperlor to Elrntrtclty or galvanise
They Act Immediately.
They Itellcve Pnlu at Ooen.
They Positively Curt.
Bensnn'a Capctoa Pomne Pla
tors nave Man imitaioa. w
not allow yonr druggist to
mr planter liavtwr a loilnr
palm off sumo other plaster
Bee that the word M ipeima
CA-1'.O.t.N It fries. a eta
SEABURT A JOHNSOIs
' niuiiuim.iuni if
A M LAD'S Modlcttud CORN and 8UNI0H PUSTU.
Indian Blood Syrup.
it Mm i9
Dvspcpnla, Liver Din
eiini'H, Fever and Ague
lit-art Disease, KIIIoiih
liens, Nurvoun Debility
THE I1E8T KEMEDY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
- . ... rein U upv , It 11UI-
ulatca the ptyallne In the oallva, which convert
the Huron and uar of the food into glncone. A
deficiency in utywine cane wind and souring ol
the fond in th it.,m,.li it . v, ...t!i ... ......
..." ...... u u . . 1 1 I. o 1UGUIU1.IV a p. Mil
ramedlately Bfler eatmu, the fermentation ol lotd
It acts upon the Liver,
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Kegalates tlie Bowels,
It Parities the lHood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthen! and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Blood aud make a New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Indnees
It neutrulUc the hereditary taint, or poison in
the blood, hlch generated Scrofula, Krvelpelan,
and all manner of bkln Ulteaoea and internal hu
mom. There are no apirita employed In tta mannfactnre
and it can be taken by the moat delicate babe, or by
the aued and fuehle, care only being required in at
tviut' n to direct. ons.
Galva, Honry County, Ills.
I wasn(Tcrln(! from Sick Headache and Dlnl
nuKt aotbat I could not attend to my household du
ties, aud a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnaon'a Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured me.
MHS. UELEN ELKIN'S.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
thin I to certify that Dr Clark Johnaon'a Indian
Dlood Syrup haf cured me of i'aLu in the Back. It
Is a valuable medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thin li to certify that I was afflicted with Palpi
tation of tl.o lli-art for many yeurs I tried diller
ent doctor?, whore preacrlptloua tended more to
weaken me than they did to i-trcutbcn. I ti last
n-a Ived to try Dr. Clurk Johnsou's Indian Blood
Hyiup. which proved to bu a positive cure not on
ly curing the fleurt Dii.eaxc, but also a blck Head
ach which had been troubling me.
I was afflicted w ith Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed to get relief, although uaing medi
cines from our bent doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian Blood Kvmp.aniUshort trial
cured me. T. W. KtHlMi, Moline, 111.
Tills f ertifles that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has effectually enred me of Dyspepsia.
ioo mucu cannot ne saia in praise ot it.
W. K. WIMMEB, Bodford, Mo
Aventu wanted or the sale of the Indian Blood
Syrnp in ev.:ry town or village, in which 1 havo no
agent, ramuiiars Riven on application.
DUUGOIST8 SELL IT.
Laliratory 77 West 3d St., N. Y. City.
by this simple 1 water
power Invention may
avoid all the labor and
Injury of driving hut
Hi-wing Maehlno. Over
e,OOU or tlitsfl llarkua
autr Motors, noiseless
and ornumi nlnl, a.lnpt
ed to all SewlttK Ha
chines, are now giving
Two sin s are made for
lloiweholrt KewliiK Sl
chines. I'rloe, $ 1 Jl anil
8''j.30. AIho litrxnr
Bins for fnctory mwls
and fur all kinds of ma
chinery. Send tor Circular to
HACK OS WATER MOTOK 00., Newark, SJ
This Is tho
Host Keonomieal Power Known
FOll DlUVlXG LIUHT MACHISEKY !
It takes but Utile room,
i It never liets out of repair. .
It canuot blow up.
It requires no fuel.
It nects no engineer.
There is no delay; uo firing np; no ushea to clean
away; no extra lustirance to pay; no repair
lug necessary; no coal bills to pay,
and it Ir always ready for use.
It is Verv Cheap.
o f ioo. state paper von sawthls ad
ORDINANCE NO. .
An ordluanee providing tor tho constrnctlon ofa
Bo ltordalncd bv tho City Council ol tho cltv of
Section 1. That a wooden sidewalk he con
structed on the westerly ride of Railroad street
from lot 7 to lot IS both Inclusive, black It Hail
road addition to city of Cairo.
Sucti. n 4. 1 hat the foregoing sidowalk be con
structed in accordance with the requirements of
the ordinances of the city providing for the con
slrtii'.llou of sidewalks,
Sections. The local Improvement herein pro
vided for, shall ha made hv special assessments,
and In accordance wtvli the provisions of section
1H to 51 inclusive, of Art. H, of the act Of the gener
al assembly of the state of Illinois, approved April
loth, 1STU, and entitled "An act to provide for the
Incorporation of ciilesanil villages," and the cost
and expenses of the construction and reconstruc
tion of said sidewalks shall bu paid out of the
liinds arising Irom said special assessments.
Section 4. The owner ol any lot fronting on the
sldewiiilk provision for the building of which la
made by this otdlnnnco, shall be allowed thirty
day after tho time at which this ordinance takes
ollect In which to bnlid that portion of said side
walk opposite his lot, aud thereby relieve tho
same from assessment; provided tho work shall
conlorm in all respects to the requtremeuts of thle
ordinance, and he done to the eatlsfaction aud ap
proval of the committee on stree a.
Section 5. Upon the expiration of the said thir
ty duys, the city clerk shall publish notice for
tvwdve days, In tho news paper publishing tho ordi
nances of the city, setting forth that staled bids for
furnishing tlie material or doing the work, or both,
vr th" construction anil reconstruction
of raid sidewalks directed to the City
:oiuicll will bu receive at this, ofilce, tip
to the tlmeof tho meeting ot tho city council for tho
opening ol said bids, which meeting shall not be
earlier tlmn twelve days, nor Inter thau eighteen
days I'roui the duty of said notice, which notice
shall stiiln the time of said mooting and desclho tho
work to he dotio, by re referring Id this ordinance,
Riving Its number and date of approval, and that
said ordinance la suhhiet to examination at any
time at his office, Said bids shall be opened by tho
cleric in lint presmce of the council, and tho con
tract for doing tun work, or furnishing tho material,
or both, for constructing and reconstructing said
sidewalks shall bo awarded to the lowest respon
sible bidder, who shall etilllolnntly guarantee to tho
satisfaction of thu City Council the. furnishing of
said material, or me perioraance or said work, or
holh, nuder the supervision of the Committee on
Htnuits. within such tliuo as mav be fixed hv son.
tract, If ami d City Council shall deem It expedient
ts do so, If said bids am not satisfactory to tho
City Council, thny may reject any or all of them,
and may thm nr thereafter authorise aald sidewalk
lobe mnstruoted by etch agents as they nioy
Approved January 15th. A. D. IRftj.
, N. B.TlllHTtEWOOD, Mayor.
Attest D. J, Foi.rt, City Clerk. ; . .
A 'tlV Ja, '
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
i ..lru Hk. U BSMU
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
For coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma.
rrrrr fP C 111 ll
.nvyilv. ... . --'- . J ... .- , - - - -, , '
throat, chest and lungs.
Balsoin of Tolu
throat, chest and lungs.
but it has never neon so advantageously compounded
dition to ila soothing Biiisannc properties, it affords
system alter tue congn nas been relieved.
tSTHT UP IN QUART SIZE H0TTLF8 FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE
C A TTrFlf "lTt Do nt he deceived by dealers who try to palm off upon you Rock and live In
ViVU 1 I J Lv place of our Tolu, Hock and Kye, which Is the only medicated article made
the genuine hss a private die proprietary siunipon each bottle.
The TOLL), UOClv ami JiYE CO., Proprietors, 41 Uiver street, Chicago, TH.
Sold uy Dhuooists, Guoceus and Dealeus Everywhere.
al'ortonn t AwntswTttflnn'i'k ITcrrttnry f"ee.
8, ulm-ly new liertsellirit arts. -lesui:t. Propell.
lnu I'.e'.U for sewltiK mi.l all tiuehlnes. Iniles-
nirtlllo F.i'-h Conl r.inl aperfi-rt floor Spring.
The 1'. T.t-olled Wirolitltto..lU'iUi Ave.JS'. Y.
(live instnntiVilef midiaanlnfalllbie
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Fold by Dmiwts everywhere. Price, at.noper hot
prwwiiirjvnu.il. fciiinj-C s sent ro'to I'hvmciiiria
tnd all siitTi-T.-rB. tir !' Neiist .icdier A Co, llox 8M.
uw l'urituty. feukiuuiiUUu(.ureniijI,'Jiiaii,4
Hlll'V T?i(n for 1HH2. with Improved Interest
11(11 I 11 tnlile, calendar, etc.. Sent toanv
address on receipt ol two three-cent stamps. Ad
dress Charles E. lllris, IS North Delaware avonue,
a 1 for the winter in farming disorient. Very
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