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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
From the Odd Fellow.' Talisman .
An old lady, with a pleasant face and a
soft voice, invited me to sit by the window,
where I might have the benefit of the
breeze. Then she placidly waited for the
"My name is Granger, madam," I began.
'I beg to apologize for my intrusion, but I
cannot obtain the information l desire from
anv one but vou. My inquiries relate to
Mi'ss Ardcn, 'and I had hoped you might
lie able to give me her present address."
This was a fair opening and far better than
I expected. My courage arose as I pro
ceeded. 'I can not tell you where Miss Arden is
now," answered the widow. "She went to
New York from here, but I think she was
going out west immediatelly. I hope there
is nothing that is, no bad news from her
"Oh, no, I replied, promptly "nothing
amiss, madam. I tailed to learn the names
1 of her New York acquaintances, and, in
deed, I was told that you could, probably,
tell me more than any of them. She was
boioo months with you," I continued rapid
ly, "and you have, doubtless, heard her re
fer to her friends or kindred, in ordinary
"Never," said Mrs. Hunter. "She did
notseem inclined to talk of her relations
and I did not feel warranted to make in
quiries. "May I ask if you are related to
"No, madam," said I, getting slightly
"As I do not know her address," con
tinued the lady placidly, "I do not see how
I can serve you; and, as you are not related
to Miss Arden, I do not know how far I
might answer your questions with pro
priety." "I perceive you distrust me, madam," I
said, rising and taking my hat, "and I am,
unfortunately, unable to present my creden
tials, at present"
"You are mistaken, sir," interrupted the
widow; "I am only cautious lest some
chance word from me might do mischief.
You may be a lawyer, for instance"
"Heaven forbid, madam!" I answered,
"Or you might represent some one whose
interests were antagonistic to hers."
"Heaven forbid, madam!" I answered
again. "No one lives who cherishes a more
earnest desire to befriend Miss Arden
"Pray be seated, Mr. Granger," said Mrs.
Hunter, quietly, "and let me know what
you wish to learn from me."
"I only wish to leara where I can find
"For what purpose, may I ask?"
Hero was a corner. What could I say?
SurjDOBe I told the truth? That would
never do. Half a dozen men who traveled
in my train lived in Maiden and probably
they all knew Mrs. Hunter. It would be a
nice mess for me if these rude fellows
hould chaff me about my Little Angel.
No, I could not make a clean breast of it
'I regret that I can not answer that
question, Mrs. Hunter," I answered, main
taining my composure with sonic diffi
culty. "Suppose you leave your address with
me," said the lady, after u minute's re
flection, "and if I can discover, Miss
Arden'i residence, I can write to her,
saying you called, and taking her permis
"Pardon me, madam," I said, interrupt
ing Iter; "I am sure yon are Miss Aniens
friend, and I am sure such a course would
be tatal to my my purposes and hopes.
It you will kindly ruler me to any gentle
man in New York, or elsewhere, who
' knows this young lady, I can easily satisfy
him that these purposes and hopeB do not
iuvolvc harm or annoyance to Miss Anion."
"You prefer, then," said Mrs. Hunter,
, "that I should not tell Miss Arden of this
"It would do no good, madam," I an
werou; ".nisi .ruen never heard my
"This is Tory mysterious," said the
: widow, with s perplexed expression. "This
I , "Orphan ?" I exclaimed, eagerly.
Yes. Did you not know that? This is
still more unaccountable. Tally, Mr.
Granger, you must see that I can give you
"I throw myself upon your mercy,
madam," I taid, desperately, drawing my
chair near her. "I will tell you tlio exact
truth. I have been going to New York
every day for three months and Miss Arden
lias traveled by the same train. I have
never spoken to her, I have never heard- the
sound of her voice, but when I missed hY,
three or four days ago, and then learned
from the conductor that she had gone, I
discovered that my heart had gone with
her. I have not slept three consecutive
hours 6ince she disappeared. I know next
to nothing about Miss Arden, but I
kuow she is the only woman on
earth that I can ever love. Slw may be
the promised wife of anothur man; she
may never consent to look with favor upon
me. All tins must sound like insanity to
you, but I can not help it; I can not (to di
verted from it. I am thirty years old and
this is my first experience. You can judge
if it is a transient fancy. I asked for her
address, intending to train access to her by
some means and intending to marry her if
I could. That is the whole story and
every word is true."
"You do not even know
"I know she is pure and good and
lovely; I would risk my lite upon that
much. 1 did not know her name a week
ago and now I know she is the queen of
my life. Now, madam, I beg you to grant
me two favors: first, consider this candid
avowal confidential; second, investigate
me. Mr. C'lasty lives hero and ho is fre
quently in New York. I am hook-keeper
lor Pinch & Plug:et. If Mr. Clasty can
bring you a satisfatory report of me, I
will venture to call on you again, if you
will give me permission."
"Well." said Mrs. Hunter, "you have
quite taken my breath away. You are
right; Lucy Arden is all you say. Leave
your card, if you please, and I will see what
I can do. I will keep your secret unyhow.
What a man ! Think of going mad after a
poor music teacher, at your age! Ila! ha!
ha! There! do not get so red; I shall not
tell. Good morning." ,
On my return to Norville which is the
name of mv town I felt far more comfort
able, though I could not give any sasisfac-
tory reason lor my contentment. It was a
great relief to have somebody else acquaint
ed with my passion. And Mrs. Hunter
looked so kindly upon me while I told my
story and shook handsi so cordially at part-
that 1 telt sure oi ner goou
wishes, at least. I was not at raid
of Mr. Clasty's investigations. Pinch cc
Plugget would give me a good character.
Indeed, I felt tolerably secure of Mr. Clas
ty himself, as we were well acquainted and
as he had sold me a house and its grounds,
at Norville, some six months ago, at a good
price. 1 rented ins pretty resilience io a
family recommended by Mr. Clasty, reserv
ing two rooms for myself, and, like all
other property holders, I got about one per
cent, interest on my outlay, over taxes and
insurance. It was pleasant to own a house
upon which I could easily spend three or
four hundred dollars annually, in repairs
The house was empty when I got there;
everybody had gone to the Fourth of July.
There was a Sunday school picnic, a mile
out of town, and the town moved out to the
I cot an arm chair out on the porch and
was settling myself down to a thirty page
article in the North American Review,
when the telegraph boy opened the gate,
walked up the steps, and gave ine a dis
patch. It was as follows :
"Nrw YonK, i July, IS',3.
Mr. Phillip (irangw. Norville:
"Meet me atelght to morrow morning at Erie de
pot, Chambers; street, prepared for a week' ab
sence. "William I'iscii."
This made a decided change of pro
gramme. I hail made a dozen plans, all
relating to my search lor Little Angel and
all centering in New York. But there was
no escape from "this week's absence." I
knew Mr. Pinch's habits, and had taken
many sudden trips, generally armed with
a sharp stick for delinquent debtors. Af
ter a second reading of the message I con
cluded to go to New York by the 4 o'clock
train, get dinner up town and visit Mr.
Pinch at his residence.
1 found him in a state of excitement ami
goon learned the cause of his disquietude.
"Jones Si Co. broke," he began.
"Jones, of Rochester?'' said I.
"The same. Confound him ! First bill,
and all domestics!"
"They owe twenty thousand dollars,"
"Nineteen thousand nine hundred and
eighty-four," gasped Mr. Pinch, "and the
odd eighty-four would cover all the profit.
It is abominable. Never saw the color of
his money. Something radically wrong
there, Granger. You must go off to-morrow
and see about it."
"Why not to-night, sir?" said I.
"Ha! certainly; I had not thought ot
that. You'll be first on the ground. Got
any money about you?"
"Twenty or thirty dollars plenty. I
can draw on you if I need more. Please
write down my instructions and I will get
off by the night express."
No instructions needed, replied air.
Pinch; "it is all in a nutshell. Gut the
money all of it -or security; make no
compromise. Better lose all than a part."
"You know, sir," I suggested, that they
can go into bankruptcy; and it they do "
"iou must prevent that, somehow.
Keep your wits ubout you and tave the
debt. Bankruptcy? That would be ruin
to everybody concerned. My dear boy, you
must certainly prevent that. Do the best
you can. I shall not hamper you with in
structions; only get the money or security.
You can be as liberal as you please, as to
time, but get secured. Here, I must give
you authority;" and he wrote rapidly, on a
sheet of note-paper, as follows:
"Nkw Yohk, & July, Is;:).
"To whom It may concern:
'Mr. Phillip lirmmer Ib authorised to settle our
flalm against Messrs. Jones It Co., Koclicster,
A, V. "Pinch b Pi.cookt," ,
"There," he suid, folding Hie note, "that
is ample. You may . meet some legal
shark who is after the assignment.'?
1 give you carte blanche, you see; only
no compromise. Get the money any way
you like that is honest and legal, If you
bring me nineteen thousand nine hundred
and eighty dollars, I'll charge the other
four dollars to you, by jingo! Now you
know my sentiments. First bill and not
two months old ! Just think ot that!"
"That reminds mc of another little diffi
culty, Mr. Pinch," I observed quietly; "our
bill is not quite due."
"I kuow that as well as you," he an
swered, testily. "Now, understand the
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
case. Ttiev aro not exactly uroKe. jierc.
you had better read their note; I thought I
would not show this. They have marked
it 'private,' you see."
I took the note and read it carefully,
twice. It was from tho junior partner, Mr.
Lawton, and was addressed to Mr. William
Pinch. The only sentence iu it that was
alarming, was in these words: "It may,
and probably will, be neccessary for us to
ask a littlo indulgence from a few of our
largest creditors. Collections have been so
backward and shrinkages so heavy, that we
can not hopo to meet our next maturing
"Perhaps the case is not so desperate,
Mr. Pinch," said I as 1 gave back his "pri
vate" note, "but I can tell better
after I sec their books. It is urgent
enough to demand prompt action, however,
and 1 will do the best 1 cau. Good-evening,
While I rattled along over the Hudson
river railroad that night, I worked out the
problem: "Mr. Pinch is frightened. The
dread of having it said that Pinch & Plug
get had been 'picked up1 by a new cus
tomer, to the extent of twenty thousand, is
a stunner. Perhaps Mr. Lawton is fright
ened at nothing. Well, I shall go to sleep
now and be fresh in the morning."
So I turned over iu my berth, shut my
eyes, ami dreamed of the comer-scat and
tho Little Angel, who had slipped away
Continued to-morrow. .
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The first stupendous act of civil service
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Washington, D.C., Jan. 1C, 1880.
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FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 18S0.
Ml'Tt'AL AID KOCJKTY.
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1877, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 9, 1877, undtr
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM SSTKATTON, FftEiiirsT.
Mils. A. P. TAYLOR, Vi E Phs-iiilnt.
J. A. GOLDSTINE,
Ph. J. J.GORDON,
UOAKD OK MANAviKHS:
.T.J. GORDON. Physician Cairo.
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A.J. FRENCH, Farmer. Bird Point,
ORTGAGEE S SALE.
Whereas. Hntcnme Murray anil JaiiP Murray, his
wile, of the County of Alexander and State of Illi
nois, tiy their certain mortgage deed anted the
'twentieth duy ot January A. 1). ls', und duly re-
corded lu tne unlet? ol the recorder or deeds of
Alexander County. Illinois, in book "L of sale
mortgages ou page :xjs. did grunt, bargain, sell, re
mise, alien, and convey unto us. the undersigned,
David T. l.luegur anW John II . Mulkey. as mortga
gees, the land and premises hereinafter described,
to secure v puynientof one curtain promissory
note ol even dute therew ith executed by the said
Holcome Murray and the said Jane Murray to us.
the said Davitl T. Lluegar und the said John H.
Mulkev. for the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety days ufter date, with Interest a! the rure
of tcu percent, per annum, from date until paid,
and particularly Uesciilied in mid mortgage deed:
and. whereas, there is now due and unpaid on said
uole tlie sum ol lifty dollurs witn interest (hereon
from the date of said note; now. therefore, default
having been made in the payment of said note und
interest thereou. public notice is hrelv given that
in pursuance of 'lie provisions of said mortgage
deed, and by virtue ol the power and authority
granted to us in and bv the same, we shull on the
loth day of April, A. D. Iswi. at 1(1 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. at the Iront door of the court
house In the city oi' Cairo, County of Alexander
and State of Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, the premises described in
said mortgage deed as the north haHPjWjf the
north wc ('4 of section thirty-one (Ml In township
sixteen llt'o rimge one (1) west, except for'y W
acres oflofthe east end of said nor'h half situ
ated in the County of Alexander and Slate of Illi
nois, and ail r.glit atid equity of redemption of the
said Holcome Murray and the said Jane Murray his
wife. Ihe.r heirs and assign" therein. t
DAVID T. LINEGAIt & JOHN II. MFLKEY,
Dated at Cairo, Ills., this the Mh dav of Yurcu.
A. D.. laHi.
Where.", by a certain sale mortgage, bearing
date the Fifteenth ilay of Angtisi A. D.. IrTl. auil
recorded iu the Recorder'" ofnee of Alexander
( yiuitv. in the State of liliuoi". in volume -I" of
deeds, tm page is.'. Isaac FurnhaktT und Eli .a
A. Fa iu baker, his wile, tlid convt to the under
signed, the following described real estate, situate
In the County of Alexander, Slate 'f Illinois, t,
wit: Lot numbered eight (Hj In block t:u in tn-i
fmir f-li in the City of Cairo, according to the. re
curded map or p!iit of saiil city ; which suid on
vejance was in mortgage to secure the pavment
at maturity of curtain promissory notes therein
mentioned j upon the lut of which promissory
notes there now remains due and payable the sum
of Tweiilv five hundrsd dollar", with ten percent.
interest per annum thereon from the Fifteenth day
of August. A. n . is, i,
Now. therefore, notice Is hereny given that under
and hv virtue and in pursuant e of the terms and
conditions of "aid salo mortgage, I. tins uudersigu
cd, will on
MONDAY, THE nnn DAY OK APRIL. A.D .
at th hour of two o'clock P, m.. of l lint dav, at the
Court House door, in the .City of t ulro, Alexander
Cosily. Ill no it. sell tho real estate above descr b
ed. at 'nubile vendue to the highest bidder for rash,
in hand, and will execute to the purchaser a deed
therefor ROBERT II . CUNNINGHAM.
Cairo, Ills . March lid. Ihni. Mortgagee,
tireen A Gilbert, Attorneys
Estate of Richard O'Calluhan, Deceased.
The undcrsigued. having been appointed Admin
Istrator with the will annexed, of the estate
or Richard O'Callahatl, late of the count v
of Alexander and statu of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice Dial he will appear
before the County Court " Alexander County, in
iliernurt house, u Cairo, at tho May term, on tie
Third Monday In May next, at which time nil
persons having claims against said estate are noli
II, .(I anil rennested to attend for the lilllliosu ofhliv
ingthe same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immeillutu pay
rueiit to the undersigned.
Dated this loth day of March, ihni.
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Dulles will uo.
The favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities where they have been
used for several yearn by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant use, has led to an increased demand from thoso localities, to meet which tho
manufacturimi facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EME11S0N, FISHER & CO.'S
Rcint; in Force Three Years.
Comer Twelfth Street.
Manufacturing House of the World.
P1SHEE & CO.,
in every respect.
Newhkhiiy, H. C, July 17, ISTft.
A Usher linciry I liotiL'ht from Toil as rouchlv I sup
mm ai mil specu, sometimes wiirt two grown lutlles mm
money 1 paid lor it.
I stiy the Emerson Jt Fisher
A. M. TliAlil'E, Farmer.
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST