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you aro frea ; of IL I pball ' ettiy
with vou while you am sick ; and wuen
you arft well 1 shall go awuy somewhere;
and you may go home without fear of me ;
you will Una your property uruouenca. uui
because it may be that tncro is some mis
take. I have spent my lite and my fortune
in finding you. And if there has been (
miatako that can be sot ritfht, we will be
gin all over again, for you aro as dear to me
as ever; and if not, I shall Icavo you to go
your ways, and my love will go with you al
At first ho listened confusedly; then the
fog that had lain on his brain for years
seemed to break away, as the voice from
youth went on. He tried to snatch away
liia hands. .
"Gertrude. Gortrunc. are you mad? If
this is not a dream, nor a miracle, you
must not bo here. Do you know it is small
pox that I have?"
Bho held his hands -for he was too weak
to free them and smiled, looking into his
eyes. He had known of old that ho might
as well resist tue ocean asuenrmiu i.iu
when she smiled so. After a moment she
"Your mind will not bo clear long; what
is it that you have to say to mo?"
"I cannot understand," ho broke out, in a
voice of terrible excitement, though repres
sed, 'Gertrude, I never took up a hasty
suspicion ; I had your own hand and signa
ture." 4,To what?" she said quietly, but trem
bling with eagerness.
'To your falsehood," ho cried, breaking
into fierce and rapid speech. "To your in
tention to keep your word to me, and your
faith to that man Stuart; to give me your
hand and him your heart. Could I mis
tako your writing? there is none like it in
tho world ; and there were other things to
confirm it. If you had changed your mind
like other women I might have said, lGo,
and God bless you.' But what could 1 do
but 'creep away, poor, hurt fool, to hide
myself in sedges?' I loathed our civiliza
tion that was only a lying crust over brutal
ity a whited sepulchre, ami .within arc
dead men's bones and all unclean
ncss; and 1 deeded every
thing to you, and walked ' out
of my house in the rain, with not a thread
but the clothes I wcr.", and I was a tramp
for years. Then I felt that a man ought to
bo at some simple, honest work ; that had
nothing to do with that fiend society; and I
took up this work. I never read ; I never
thought nor felt; I tried, as my highest at
. tainmcnt, to achieve "The dull mechanic
passing to and fro, and set gray life and
pathetic end," and I did it. Sly life meant
nothing to mo but hoeing and weeding, am
eating and sleeping. I had blotted out the
memory of you; the pain of it would have
maddened me killed me. A blankncss
had settled on me for years, till there came
lim dreams in my fevenshness, anc
then eveything came hack at hearing your
There were tears in her dark eyes, and
licr hands clasped now trembled.
"And all the time." she said, - "I have
dono just the opposite. I have kept, my
mind awake; I have thought, and studied,
and felt 0 my God, how I have felt !
, There has never been an hour that I have
not thought of you ; never a moment that
you have not been vaguely in my mind.
And tho pain of it was killing me."
The two faces said the same thing. The
dark-eyed, straight-browed woman's was so
sensibva and responsive, so koenly, vividly
alive; the fair-faced man, with his pre
maturely gray hair, seemed, in spite of his
present look of tremendous agitation, to
lmve been paralyzed by some great blow
"Austin," she said again, "tell me
all the details of what you had against
Ho told her all she asked, answering her
careful questions about dates and places.
When he had ended, she was silent a little ;
then the said :
"I do not wonder at your mistake.
There was deceit and treachery. My hand
writing is peculiar; but in my school days
my cousin Dorris learned to imitate it pt-r-tectly,
out of Bheer affection for me. Jly
side of the story that you tell, and other
things that I have learned since, convince
me that she has forfeited all right to mv
silence. She loved you, Austin; an J,
though I never dreamed of it before, it was
alio who deceived you."
The man had sprung up in his bed with
a curse; spite of weakness.
".My darling, don't," she said and at
last all the long-repressed passion of ten
derness was in her voice. "Poor girl ! she
lost you and her honor both. I might have
hated her if she had won; but, Austin, she
died of remorse died begging to see me,
and tell mo something; but 1 was across
the ocean. Let it gowhat docs it matter
now? 'Wir haben gelebt und geliebet'
we have lived and have loved. Let us die :
1 have you now, 0 my darling, my darl
ing!" Her voice broke at last into a pathetic
cry. In his last lucid minutes he held her
in his tremulous arms, calling her caressing
names, and murmuring his passionate peni
tence. But Amanda Jarvis never knew. For the
doctor never saw tho sick man again except
in delirium.- And when they buried them
sido by side under the pine s, and put Gert
rude Wyman's namo one wooden slab, they
wrote only "Tom" on tho other. Miss
Jarvis still watches, w herever she goes, for
' Austin Wedgwood.
The next school-teacher among the pines
was an Oakland girl. As she stood by tho
irravcs and heard soft-hearted Joe Sharp tell
of tho beautiful lady who sought tho world
over for her lover, and died for an old her
mit, the took out a pencil and wrote on the
slab all unconscious that they wero tho
words Gertrudo Wyman used to sing, and
almost the last she bad spoken to her lover's
"kh babe gclebct and gcliobt."
Then she turned away, and there were tears
In her eyes. .
Prompt action.. It regulates tho bow
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colic; in fact Dr. Null's lahy Syrup acts
promptly and effectually in all cases.
Price 23 cents a bottle.
How To oet WEi.LThou8i,nilH of per
nons are constantly troubled by a combina
tion of diwAseu. Diseased kidneys rtnd
costive bowels nro their tormentors. They
should know that Kidney-Wort acts on
these organs at tho samo time, causing
them to throw off the poisons that have
clocked them,' and so renewing the whole
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tuly Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
Largest- Circulation or. any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
K. A. Hurnctt, Publisher.
M.B. Ilarrell, Editor.
Gko. P. Rowaix & Co., in the American
Newspaper Directory for July, show that
the whole number of newspapers in the
United States has increased since January
of the current year, from 8,703 to 9.15;l.
New papers abound in the Territories,
Suspensions have been fewer than m any
corresponding period for several years.
Tub editors of the Central Baptist an
nouueo that they are oft' for a three weeks
vacation, during which time their paper
will not he issued. This may be and proba
bly is all ri'dit. but it strikes the average
editor as being a little funny that any other
editor could be able to throw up business and
wander away to cool oft' whenever he saw
fit to do so. "W'e presume to say that no
editor but the editor of a religious paper
could do it.
Tiiekk is no more room for darkies in
Kansas. So says Governor St, John in the
following letter to theKansas Sanitary Com-
mission: "We nave already received ana
cared for between 4'000 and 3,000 of these
people (colored refugees) here in Kansas.
The labor market has been, I will say, over
stocked with them. It is utterly impossible
to obtain employment for them now." The
funds of the association ureabout exhausted,
and to send more of them here in addition
to the number that are already here aud
and must bo provided for, would be a cruel
outrage upon tho black man, and will neces
sarily result in much suffering on their part
for the want of food or the opportunity to
earnit. Sojfar as lam personaly concerned I
shall never officially or otherwise forbid any
human being, who is willing to obey the
laws and make an honest effort to better his
condition and become a good citizen, from
entering the State of Kansas. 1 ouly say it
would be an outrage upon the destitute
blacks to send them hero now, in view of
tho facts that I have .already stated wc
have now on hand, including 100 sick and
disabled, all it is possible for our committee
to provide for."
iTisnot judicious to postpone the con
sideration ot your health, because you have
not time to take a 'thorough course of medi
cine', but take Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills,
which will induce harmonious functional
effort at once. Priro 2.) cents.
Don't I3k Deceived. Many persons say
I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will euro when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. GOcts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Wiiv will you Riifler with tho Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sule by Barclay
"IIackmktack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Taken in tub act -Sister Jones called
on Kliler Smith a few evenings since. Be
ing a next door neighbor, she entered his
study unannounced, and was greatly
shocked at seeing him tako a drink from
a suspicious looking bottle. He noticed
her look of iuqniry and said : "This, 3is-
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
t . Tnbler's rortallne. or Vcco-
tablo Liver Powder, the only remedy I
have ever found for tho many troubles ar
ising from a disordered liver. I can rcc
omuicndit." Price 50 cents. For sale by
Do We Beueve in Witcu-Ciukt? ;'I
take tho jKsition that we do not, in its
broad sense, said a gentleman of years and
experience, and yet wo find many of tho
present diy carrying a Buckeye in their
pocket through a kindof superstition, when
they might be relieved by a few applica
tions of Table's Buckcyo Pile Ointment."
This ointment is made from the Buckeye,
ami is recommended for nothing elso but
piles. Try it. It will cure you. Price 50
cents a bottle. For sale by Barclay Bros.
It costs about a hundred dollars to go to
the Mountains or to tho Seashore, but if
you want to tone up tho wholo system, you
can do it just as surely by taking one or
two packages of Kidney-Wort, and so snvo
your money. It is a sure cure for Kidney
complaints, Piles, Constipation and all bil
Well's Persian Perfume "Ilacknietack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
State ob Ilmnok. i Circuit court f Alexander
County op Alexander, ) comity. September term,
A. 1). 1SVII.
William Tweed Parker
Elizabeth Linker, William ou hill for partition.
Linker, Iiva t . rarker, Jocie
Parker, ltobertll. Cunning
ham, Lizzie It. Hugueit
Affidavit of the non residence of ElUahetli'Lluker,
William Linker, Dyaa F. l'arker, uf the the defend
ants above named, having heeu Hied In the oftice of
the clerk ol nam circuit court ol Alexander county,
notice I hereby Riven to the euld nou-rewdent de
fendant, that the complainant ha IlK-d lila bill of
pear before the (aid circuit court of Alexander
conntv on the rlrnt dav of tho next term thereof, to
be boldeu at the court lionce in thu city ot Cairo,
In raid county, on the l.'ith day of September. A. I).
1S',M, and plead, answer or demur to the said com
Dlainant'n bill of complaint, the came and the mat
ters and thltiL's therein chanced and stated, will bo
taken as confessed, and a decree entered uualnst
you according to the prayer of said bill .
.JOHN A. KEEVE.CIetk.
(itiEKN & GiuiKiiT, Complainant s Solicitors.
July ITlh, l!i.
WHEREAS, William W. Thornton ar.d Martha
M. Thornton, by thrir certain Trust Dted dated
May the 'J.Mh, A. D. IstiTand recorded in the Record
ers otf.ee in Alexander County, in llook "V. rao
Isl, .1 and 3 did convey to the undersigned aft Tract eo
the iiri'inlses hereinafter described to secure the
payment of seven promisoiy notes for the sum of
one thousand (lum) dollars eocti una payawc n
spectlvely in four (4) live (.ri) six (Hi seven (T)eii;ht
(N nine (ii) anct ten tioj years irom oaie, wuu inter
. est at the rate of ten per cent per annum, payablo
semi-annually from date and whereas live (5i of said
notes are now due and unpaid with interest on
same from the "ith of May A. D. 1-71 to this datu.
And whereas tho lepal holder of said note haa
called upon the undersigned to sell the premises
hereinafter described to satisfy eatd uoteg and Inter
est. Now therefore In ttrsuanee of tho tcrnn of
said Deed of Trust the undersigned will,
ON TIIUIISDAVTIIE ITII DAY OF SEPTEMBER,
between the hours of ten (10) o'clock A. 31.. and 5
o'clock P. 31. of said day, on the premises herein
after described in the city of Cairo, Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described Ileal Estate, to-wit:
Lots number nine tflitcn (lO)eleveu (11) twehedi)
and thirteen (1.1) In block number sixteen (l'l) in
the first addition to the city of Cairo, Illinois, ua
platted by the Trustees of Cairo Cl'v Property,
situated in the Couiitv of Alexander, Illinois, and
nil tho rights and equity of redemption of the saiil
William W. Thornton and 3larthu 31. Thornton his
wife, their heirs, executors, administrators, and as-
sLmis therein, to satisfy said trust and ail co-ts and
expenses of executlnir thesame.
li. r. .n.iiiMi.ALi,, Trustee.
Springfield, Ills., July ftth. 1SVJ.
U'BLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
State op Illinois, I Circuit court of Alcxau-
County or Alkxanuku, der county, September
term. A.D. 1879.
J. 31. Phillips, vs Caroline E. Morris, executrix, etc.
Caroline E. 3lorrls. Caroline W. 3Ionls. Freder
ick S. 3Iorrls. Charles E. Morris, 3IttTKaret Mor
ris. On bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of the non resldenco of Caroline E
3Iorrls, Executrix. Caroline E. 31 orris. Caroline W.
31 orris, Frederick 8. 3Iorris. Charlea E. 3Iorris und
Murzari-t Slorris. the defendants ebovo n.inied.
having been tiled in the office of the clerk of said
circuit court, of Alexauder county, notice Is hereby
given to tho said non resident defendants, that the
complainant has tiled his bill of complaint In said
court ou the Chancery side thereof on the ilst day
ol'Julv. A.D. lh7H. Now, therefore, anlen you,
the said Caroline E. 3Iorrls, Executrix. Caroline E.
Morris, Caroline W. Morris, Frederick S. 3Iorrls,
Charles E. 3lorrls, und 31 area ret Morris thall per
Donully be ami appear before the said circuit court
of Alexander county on the first day of the uext
term thereof, to be lioldcn In the court honso in the
city of Cairo, In said county, on the 13th day ol Sep
tember. A. 1). 1S7. and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, thu same,
und the matters aud thincs therein charged aud
stated, will be taken us confessed, and a decree en
tered against you according to the prayer ol said
bill. JUIIN A. HEKVE, Clerk.
M. S. Yoctttn, Complainant' a Solicitor.
For DYSPEPSIA. LIVER AND KIDNEY COM
PLAINTS AND (fENEKAL DEBILITY.
The writer was troubled lor years with the above
romtilaliits. and. after trying ubout all the Patent
3Iedli'ines and Doctors he could get at. and getting
no relief, utter spending hundreds of dollar, acci
dentally discovered a simple cure, w hich is kept In
needs is to know how to uso It.
try iiousciiom in tue country, and all u person
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and was prevailed upon to advertise It by people
who had heel) cured by It. If yon wish to save
llox ll.VI. Portland,
.Me., and get thu receipt
always turu mail, with full directions' and you will
always have It.
Dr. W. E. Scott, Presldentof the College of Phy
sicians, 31ontreal, wrltea: "I have recommended
Coldeu's Eieiiio'n Lutein Extuact or linr.r and
Tonic lnvlgorutor as the best preparation used for
Debility, ludlgestlou, Dyspepsia, Fever, Ague and
Los ol Appetite." VAN Sl IIAACK & STEVEN
SOX, Drugglsta' Agents, Chicago.
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Thirteenth Annual Term commence- Wednesday,
October 15,. 1SVM. Course of Mudv two Annual
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HENRY HITCHCOCK, Dean of Faculty, St. LotlK.
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complaint in aiu court ou me cuanccry emu incrcoi
on the lwh day of July. A. 1). 1ST!. Now, therefore,
mile yon, the mid Elizabeth Linker. William
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General Debility. f
. General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
noarturhp, rain in the shouldtrs. Coub, Dirzl
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