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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUJSSr,;BBRTJARY 27, 1876.
PAUL LACY'S HELP.
The SodgM was to becoma a bachelor'
linll. Ml.. fflnfrn1ll.l I.li'lf itpnlaen.l tllflt
the cbM nat and would not stay In such a
howling wllilerneM any longer; If her
lirotlier l'ntil wanted he could, but she wa1
not going to. yncli a groat cattle of a house'
and notu neighbor within three mites It
win Intolerable! The lady wa as good us
her won!. One lino spring morning she
deserted tlio Sedges, and went Kal to her
father's- home, leaving 1'aiU and the little
maid, Ellii: Carey, lis tolc liiinites.
"Hut, Emeralda, Ifyou gx away on utieli
sho.rt notlce.iicw em I Kolng 1 live? lie
"i: lie ran rook," was the ipilek nnswer.
KlllcCarfy ni but llflcrn years old, a
bliie-cjed, f lulling lllllo girl born house
wife. At ten years old she had been bound
to an mint of Paul l.acy, but the aunt dy
ln nuil Paul bavin- already gono Vct
andbillltabousc, Kllle ya taken thither by
Ml-a Kmeralila to help keep it. The lady
atalil jiiitlx niontb-. She wa lonely, she
was homesick she wanted to be away, and
away lic went.
That evening l'ntil l.acy mused In rather
a downcast mood. In coming West, clear
in;; laud, and making for kliiiiclf u home,
he had many drawbacks, lie had never
accepted a log-cabin life. Ills lint business
was to build a substantial and beautiful
hoiiic at the driver side. DrAWlng-room,
library and conservatory were all elabor
ately completed, but for the first two )ears
tlielllsrary was to serve as a sitting room,
the furnishing of the greater part or the
house being po-tponed until In ma-ter
could give the subject lull attention could
expend mid embellish ns he wished.
He had In bU employ tbrc men who
lived In a log hut but half a mile away, and
whose labors he employed constantly at
Improving the c-tate. Clumps ol willow
grew along the river, stately oaks crowned
the knolls, the prairie land rose and fell In
beautiful undulations, Garden, orchard,
vlneyatd and farm demanded Paul's atten-
tlou and exertion. He needed the comforts of
a home. It was rather bard of a sister to
leave him, he thought. Elite was a mere
child; he might as well be left alone, he laid.
All his past troublesome experience crow
ded over him, and an oppressive weariness
and discouragement fell upon him. All
bopefullocss iiultc de-erted him.
The great mastlir, Sultan, got tip from the
hearthrug and hid his muzile on Iil ma
"Old fellow you are rallhfiil," said Paul.
He softly stroked the great brute's clum
sy head, and Tell again into a ieverl
It was the evening or bis thirtieth birth.
day. He had been In the West threo years.
Though highly educated and bred lu luxu
ry, he had developed a power to light the
world with marked success. II -j was called
an able fellow, vet no bankrupt could have
felt more generally defeated than Paul
Lacy felt that night. ulte upset by a
woman' whim, and all discouraged for the
want of a woman's help.
'Kllle," s-ald he, the next morning, "you
must get along the best way youc an to-day.
I am glad now that I have no dairy to In
attended to. To-night I will ride to Mini-
roo and try to get a housekeeper."
Kllle nodded silently and watched htm
ride away Irom Iho door on his black lllly,
Bird. Her white forehead knit Itsfir, and
a little flali came into her blue eyes. But
Kllle didn't waste any time thinking or her
troubles. She had Ironing an d baking to
do; she ilewawiy to the kitchen.
When Paul Lacy came home at noon,
wearied with bard labor by his own hands
In the vineyard, ho found an cxiuMtcly
neat and comfortable illunor prepared, and
Ellle, pretty as a pink, in her gingham
drc, to wait upon him.
"You have done nicely child," ho 'aid.
Kllle turned away her hesd and pouted,
She did not like that. She would be six
teen the next da',
"How- stupid ho is!" she exclaimed, going
out In the kitchen and stamping her little
foot. "I won't work for a housekeeper!"
That night Paulhnrnesscd the bays to the
spring wagon, mnl went off to Munroe.
And when ho had gone, Kllle ait down In
the library and cried. Hut at 10 o'clock
Paul came home alone.
"No success, Ellle. I'll go to lUvervllle
to-morrow night nmljsee what can ba dona
The next night he was tinustully tired,
Kllle had laid out his dressing-gown and
slippers and his easy chair, and the news
papers, stlli'ln their mall wrappers, looked
unusually tempting; but ho resisted these
silent allurements and stalled for lilvcrville,
a distance of live miles.
In nhout half an hour ho returned. He
had not gone to Hlvervlllo, but thero was a
woman's llguro lu fio wagon -a large, tail
woman. Klllo watched her get out of Iho
The now comer hud on a brown merino
dress and a plaid shawl. Slio had a cotton
bandage tied about her face. Her bauds
were covered with cotton gloves and she
carried a carpet-bag. Paul Lacy brought
her into tho library.
"I have found some, help, Kilie. This
woman was coming on foot to oiler her ser
vices wheu 1 met her. What did you say
your namo was" to tho stranger.
"Kllcn Iiurou." amwercd she, In u coaie
Poor Klllo Instantly conceived tho utmost
r.'pugiKiuce to her.
"Take her to her room, Kllle," said Paul.
She will noi be needed to-night, and she
says sho IssuUorlng Irom toothache, (llvo
her a glass of cordial; It will help her tooth,
and make her rest well," ho udded, lu tho
kind tono which bad long ugo won Ellle
With a heavy heart Klllo showed tho
woman to her bedroom. Tha latter tut
down In a chair, and showed no disposition
to retnovo any of hur chthlng before Klllo
retired. She did nitcTendrlnUlie cordial,
"If you'll set It on the tablo I'll tike It In
Klllo cam i away, thinking there was
something alratiga In Hi tall, shawled,
hooded llgtlro sitting In the roeklng chair.
The woman" ejes looked disagreeably
black and sharp above the white hamhge.
"I would work myself to death rather
than have her here," Mid Kllle,golng about
the hona,fstcnlngihpdooraand window,
after learning that Paul had retired.
When tho went ta Lerchatnbcr she found
the inatln" Sultan lying on his rug beside
her bed. The dog was fond or her, but he
had never come to her room before. Being
tlrrd,sho made no attempt to semi him out,
but let htm be there. And after a while,
llhdlng that the could not sleep, alio was
ratliargladto have him there.'
In spite of all efforta the could not sloop.
More than she at llrt knew the appearance
or the stranger excited her. She could not
cease to think of her. In tho darkness the
saw thoso dark fierce eyrs, that bandaged
face, that mysteriously enveloped figure.
Why had Paul Lai-y detected nothing tin
uual? The appearance of this woman
seemed to her most repugnant and stisplc
lou. Kllle'g checks burned revcrl-hly In
the darkness, She heard the clock strike
twehc. A moment nlttrwsrd tho heard
a step, a tlow, creeping step, In the hall.
Her head started from the pillow to ll-tcn;
the sound ceased. But her heartbeat so
furiously that any inconsiderable noise
would have been ilrow ncd. But now the
hoipc seemed iultc still; the darkness was
Intense. Kllle strained eyes and car, but
saw nothing, heard nothing.
"It is Just ncrvoiisnets," she said, alter a
while lying down again. "11 thero was
anything wrong, Sultan would bark."
Sultan did not ttlr, and she could not sec
his bright, half-opened eyes.
But sleep would not come, and Klllo con
tinued tohcarfalntunusualsotiud'. Some
thing seemed lo whisperln hcrear, "There
ts dangar." llir heart beat heavily.
Suddenly she heard, mot distinctly, a
cautious step upon the -talr. It was no
dream, no nervous fancy.
"Bobbers !" gasped Ellle. Sho started
One entrance oDicr room opened upon
tbe stalre another upon chambers com
municating with a distant staircase, where
by sho could reach Paul's room the
step was coming steadily up as she leaped
to the floor and ilew to the opposite en
trance. As she groped ror the door-hanJle st.c
heard the step enter the room. The door
she was trying would not open; it was
locked from the other tide. Sick with hor
ror, the looked over her shoulder and saw
in the gloom a tall llguro noiselessly cuter.
Ing the apartment. It turned towards
her. Shriek after shriek burst Irom her
There wjs a growl, a leap, a bulky form,
flying through the dark lies', a fall, and
then a horrible, silent struggle. The floor
shook, the windows sh ivcred In their panels.
A hollow groan. Then It was still. Kllle,
In her terror, seemed to have lost her
scuses, wheu the heard a strong volco call
With three bouts Is Paul Lay, with a
light in bis hand, reached the lop of the
By the dl-tant locked door stood the
quivering white form or the young girl, and
prone upon the floor before htm lay the
figure or a nun, with tho great mi-tlff over
him. Sultan gave the upturned throat a
shake and walked to his master.
"Ellle, you are not hurt:" were Pan
Lacy's first word.
"No," she uttered.
"He was a robber," said Lacy, holding
the light to the dead face. "All my valua
bles arc collected for removal In tho room
He returned down stairs, Kllle and tho
dog with him. In the basket upon tho ta
ble were two watches, money, and table
silver. The unbroken thought lu both
minds made them turn towards tho door
of tbe new servant.
Paul knocked, than opened tho door.
The appartment was unoccupied. The fe
male illfgiil-e was strewn about, and he
sldo the bed stood u pair ol unmistakable
men's boot'. There was a pUtol ease, open
on the table, a scent of liquor In tbo room.
The new servant had been a man.
Paul opened tho carpet bag. It con
tained biirgUri' tools, a flask of whisky, a
case or jewelry, probably stolen, and a black
"We have Just escaped being murdered
in our beds. If I had not Been worried so
fur help I should been more cautious," said
"0, plcaf o don't get any more," sobbed
Kllle, even then not furgctton her griev
ance. "I will keep house for you."
Thsy then went back tn cxnmlno tbo
dead man. Ho was a dark, evil-looking fel
low, with a black beard upon his chin,
which tho bandage had concealed, and u
scar across bis :hcck. At daybreak his body
aus given In charge of tho o Ulcers.
And what did Paul Lacy do ror help? In
threo days Kllie abundantly proved to him
that sho could manage the household. At
the endol that time, there arrived through
Miss Emeruld's not unkind exertions, a
stout aud ralthlul negro gil l, and Paul Lucy
married pr, Ity Kllle, and made her Cbloe's
mistress. If he had searched tho world
over, he could not liuu found abetter
wife in tlmo has proved.
The Nurreaaru! ruralriaii,
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WINKM OF AI,Is KIIV O.H,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKSSIli. PMYTII A CO. uuvo coustanlly
a large stock of the best good. In the mar
ket, and give especial attention to Ihe wholuaals
ranch or the biislnu.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington tud Oomruerclsvl
. . Avenuoa, aAjolninsr Uaony'a,
" ta r. ,...,.. . 1,... ah
KT,r.l a ior sine lliv R'b, live,, uin, t,,ti,u
Veal. IjiiiiIi. tiausuire. Ac. and la lire
prad U 'erva fauillle lu an soccutablv manner
SoridiTlyiM-rfectare the reriiies of the won
dccflll lialll-snollltllK and hmlin,. Vnlmr l.lnl.
inents.thatweciiironlhlentally say they will
wiw nrrisuiK iroill nesil,
Iniiienr miifeledeniiigeiiients, Mnln not pie'
tend that they will mend a broken leg or rx
'""""' SMtssa, but euii In such cases thc
will rislure Ihe liillainallnu anil stop the pain.
Nor ,0.111 we gaitrentee the proper result where
the body Is oliirl h.v nhlaky. 'leni
iwranru is as necessary lo n proiier physical, as
The While Ontntir I.liilmeur Is par
llculsrly mUiiiteil to nil cases of RlieumntUm,
I.uinhugn. Neunilghi. Kyrsiwlas. Nprnlna,
llcli. Chlllhlnlns, Cuts, Bruises, Mlmr, Poisons,
."cabls, .Sciatica, Weak Hack, Pnln In lh- siile,
Wound. Wupllig Sinews, HllriiK, Kroite,)
Feet, 1'llUy, hai-nrhe. Tooth-ache, lleiul-ache.
Ulcers, Old ores, Broken It mists, s(,re Mi,,
pies, Son.' 'Ihruat, Croup, Hfptherta, etc. 'l'iie
nio-t or these complaints the Centaur Liniment
will cure ; nil r them It will Umllt. It will
-lmcl thr pol-iiu fniiu biles und stlnirs,
mnl will cure bursm mid arnlsla without n
scar The lollowing is but n sample ofn thous
and similar testimonials i
Antiocii. III., H,v. I.IS7I.
".My w Ife has for a long time been a lerrlhle
sufferer froin Itheumalism She has tried many
physichuis and many remedies, 'lheonlr thing
which has given her relief is Centaur l.luimciit
1 urn rejoiced to say this has rureit her.
, , , , w. II. IHNO, Postmaster."
,i is an inui-puiaine lact inai the centaur JJni
nienu uiv iierfurnilng riirva never bvfurt
elrrcleil by any preparation in exlstence.-llke
Chronic Uheumatlsmof Ihlrlr yrnnt'alanit
Inir, stnilghtenlng lingers andlolnta which hod
licen stiff for six years, taking the soreness from
Onedollar. or even llfly cents, Iniesletl In
Lentnur Liniment will K- within reach when
mi accident occurs,, and will do more good
than any nnimint or luoucy jwll for medical
attendance. When physicians are called they
freoneiitv use this l.inlment. anil i.r rnlln.
charge several prices for it.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is adapted to the tough skin, muscles and flesh of
the minimal creation. Its effects upon severe
cnes or ' Una in. Swieny, Wlnd-llall, Ulg
Head and Poll-Kvll, are little less than marval
lous. Messrs.. I. McCliire A Co., DnigUts, cor.
Kim ami front st , Cincinnati. O., say :
ln nurnel);titmthoodaniimlwr of teamsters
are using the Lentuur Liniment. They pro
nounce it superior to anything they hate ever
used. e sell us high as four or (lie doteu
hot lea ht month t owners of horaes and
W e have volumes ,f testimonials describing
runs; of isnrnlns. Kirks, lialls, Poll-Kvll. Illg
llead.andcven Fniimlers, which are little less
Hum niarvel. No owner of an animal cau
afford to Ix without a bottle of Centaur Llnl-
"t"i4!,"S"i. wnayl'rnr'! twenty
Sold everywhere, but prepsnil only at Iho
Ulmrutory or J. Ft. ItoseA Co.,
10 Hi.v St., Nkw Yohk,
Oast or ia.
CtOiS. hlcklv bii.iIi'H anil rlnlsln
health, and inollirr linve rent. If they will
use Castoria. Worms. levvsl.linM.. ,.il,l..
w f "J'r onr s lomach and iindigesltsl food
i,m-r Miiiiiirn cruss, aim pnsiiicc sickness
tiuturin will assimilate, the food, esnel
HoniiN, ami convct all these things. For
mini j ) cursor, inciicr vvierimeiiteil In hi
prlnte practice to produce uu effective Cathartic
nun .lonmcn regiuuior which woiiiii IM- ns effec
tive us Cawtor Oil, without Its unplejsaiit
taste or recoil.
The reputation of his exv, rlmi nt extendisl.
Physicians nud nurse rapidly lulnpliil his
rciuciy, io which nc gave tnc name or
Cu9torlal as ptenitiint lo lnknalianey.
romaic uie siomanii aim uoweis, anil ihsr not
grille. It is adaplcd to nil ages, contains no
uicuouoi, nnii is Hiittoinieiy iinrnileaa to
the moat tender infant.
Try Castoria once und ou will never bo
I'n-pared ut the Laboratory of J. II. Itose A
Co., SO Doy street,. New Vork. (l)-2-2l-IOtW
Will most positively cure any cose ofrheunu
tumor rheiiinutle gout, no matter how long
standing, on the luce of the earth. Ilelngan in
ward application it doe theworkquickly, thor
oughly und permanently, leaving the system
stioug and healthy Write to any prominent
iktsoii In Washington City, and you will learn
that Ihe nbovw statement is true in eeryrtlo
uhir. CONDENSED CKItTlFICATES.
Washington, I'. U. Dccemlier 2, 1871.
Messrs HelpheiistlneA llentleyi
lients 1 very chmlhlly state that I used Du
rung's Itliciiiiutlc Itemisly with declihsl bencllt.
A. II. STEPHENS.
MciiiIkt of Congress of (.lu.
Wiishliigtnn. D. C, April 33, IK7S.
Messrs Iteliihenstlno A llenlley:
Cents: tor the iiast seven yeurs my wife has
Uen a greut suffer rrom rlieumutisiii, hcriloctors
failing tn gitu her relief, she use, I three Iwttles
Duraiig's ltheuiuatic Urinedr, and a permanent
cure was the resiit. H'Jl, II, s'ltOOK,
" Kxccutlvc Clerk tu Presides. , Grant. '
Washington, D, C, Mardi3, 1 sTA.
In (he space of twilvuhuiira my rheumatism
w gone, having taken three doses of Durang's
Itlieiiinatic llemeily. My brother. J. II. Cessna,
of Bedford, Pa., waa cured by u similar amount.
Member of Cougrest of 1'a.
Price. one dollar a bottle, or six bottles for five
dollars. Ask your druggist ror Durang's Rheu
matic llemeily maniifitcliireil by
HELPIIENSTINK A IIKNTLKY,
Druggists and Chemists,
Washington, D. C.
ICjFor sale in Cliimgo, by Van Schaaek
Stevenson A Held, und Lord Smith A Co.
L, 1). AhiM, Cairo, II. K. Akin Chicago
L. D. Akia A Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips. Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, - - CAIX0, IUI.
rl-'lliose favoring, us with their l,n,,i!W
sedTllnd u iwmplele lliieor good frjirH which to
wieci. ui ooiioiu uriees.
. THE CAIRO
LMdinf Joonud of loutbtrm
Will steadfastly oppose tha pallclM ol tk
RepubllcaB party, and rafttaa to ba traai
mailed uy tbe dictation ol any crtqua la tha
Demooratlc organization. ,
It bedevea that the Republic party aaa
rullUed lu mission, and that tha Daaao
cratlc party as now orfaalicd ahonld bars
stored to power.
It believes tha Kadlcal tyraaay that ha
for aeveral years opprasaad tha Sooth
ahould ba overthrown and tha peopla cliwa
Southern Stataa panslttad to caatrolthaw
It beilevas that railroad corporaMasi
ahould ba (ublMies fcr JSatattrr esarti
menu from extorting and unjustly daaciissv
Inatlng In their bualneta tranaactlaaia with
It recognlres tha equality ol all men
fore the law.
It advocates free coaatrca tariff foe
It advocates resumption or apacle piy
ment, and boneat payment of tbe public
. . r t ,
it advocates economy tn tha administra
tion ol public affair
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