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OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
we arc authorized to announce GEOItOE K.
OLTHS 1'ED as a candidate for Police Magistrate,
at the eusuing municipal election.
From the Odd Fellows' Talisman.
The result of a private interview between
3Ir. Lawton and Mr. Blinker was the
prompt departure of the latter for the Can
ada side whilo his employer was looking
for me. Immediately after my announce
ment, as recorded in the previous chapter,
Mr. Lawtou called Little Angel's escort
from her side, and taking him to
ids own room in the hotel, locked the door
and opened his case.
" Will you accept me as a substitute for
Mr. Blinker! " I said, taking the absent
Blinker's place; "I am probably going
back to New York to-morrow. May I
offer my arm? "
She laid her hand on my arm without
answer and I led her down the path to the
" 1 have not seen the falls yet, " I re
marked ; " let us go across. The moon is
full and the view must be grand."
"You saw them this afternoon," she
"No; I only saw you. I missed you
from the train and have been most unhappy
ever fciuce. You did not know me, but I
4 was a daily passenger and I used to watch
you every morning. I did not know your
name until you disappeared. You do not
remember seeing me, of course? "
" Oh yes, I do, " she replied. "Oh, Mr.
Granger, uucle told us Can you do
anything? It is dreadful! I did not
know I had an uncle then, when I rode
in yourRrain. And now, when I have
learned fill love him so dearly "
"Let us sit here," I said, leading her to a
bench. "See! there are ten or twelve
couples in full view, but they can not hear.
now, picasc icu me aoout yourseu. now
came you to leave me? I do not know
how to tell it, but when you were gone
and when I could not fiud you, I though
I must die. I had been loving you so
aracntly and I did not know it. I went
to Mrs. Hunter and begged Iter lo tell
me, only yesterday, and I told her wliv I
sought you. Do not interrupt me, please.
I am going straight back to New York
and I know you can not say a word to
nie yet. But I begged Mrs. Hunter to
make inquiries and your uncle can easily
find out all about me. Aud I will wait as
long as you say; only let me write to you
and tell you once a day how I love you.
And you need not answer my letters; I
would not dare ask that. You think I
am drunk or mad. No wonder. But
while I seem so utter a stranger to you I
seem to have known and loved you all my
life. Now I will not say another word.
Please tell me how you came to teach mu
sic and how your uncle found you."
"I am English," she answered, turning
her placid brown eyeB upon mine. "I came
to New York six months ago as governess
for Mrs. Pinch "
AfW T V r,
"Yes; and she found music-scholars for
, me when her daughter was married; and
'uncle Lawton found me by accident in the
house of a New York friend, where I had a
pupil; and my mother was his sister.
That is all."
"And why would not Mrs. Hunter tell
me all this?"
: "Because I had told her about you, sir."
"Yes, sir. I knew' Mr. Phillip Grunwr,
Mr. Pinch tld me a dozen stories about
you before I went to Mrs. Hunter's; she is
Mrs. Pinch's cousin. And I sa w you look
ing at me on the train every day and Mrs.
. Hunter and I talked about you. Aud I
have a letter from her to-day uncle
urougni li wnen you came and slio tel Is
ma all YOU fi&ul to linr vputortlnv . Arwl elm
mti you are too oia for me. sir."
- r - j j bv
. ; "Oh, Little Angel," I said, itupifiud,
-jnayoe you wm iove me some aavi"
11 lid tt.1 A ! mr ha Mul llT) i I
' tell me about this dreadful buBiness. Ah,
; -when I saw you coming with uucle 1
( -a .a. 11
-vo noi nopt iiiiue Augei. '
A-i f fill. A 1
"I thought yon had come to look for
me. Iiecduao you nave ueen saying an
theso thiugs that Mrs. Hunter writes.
When you pooped at me from behind your
paper, I thought you would find me somo
"Do you know you aro setting mo crazy?"
said 1. "It you talk in tnat way l will
novcr go back to New York. Oh, Llttlo
"Why do you call nio that?" sho said,
pouting; "my nnmo is Lucy."
"I saw your initials on your music caso,
I did not know your name; I could not
bear to ask. I could not attract another
man's attention to you; I could not speak
of you to another man. And so I filled up
the initials and just loved you all by my
self. Too old? I am thirty."
"And I am twenty-six," sho whispered.
"You aro squeezing my hand, Mr. Granger,
"Forgive me," I answered, penitently;
"I did not know it. I will not transgress
again, Miss Arden, if you will pardon mo.
And let mo hold your hand a little while;
you know I am" going away to-morrow
before you aro awake, perhaps. It is only
bidding you good bye."
"And uncle Lawtou?" sho said anx
"I am greatly interested in him for his
own sake; I am doubly interested in him
for yours. I -will do all I cau to save him
from trouble or loss."
"Then all will'bo well," she said joyfully.
"Mr. Pinch has often said that you could
dd anything. And if you undertake my
uncle's affairs I shall feel very happy. And
you may write to mo sometimes.
"Do you think you will love mo a little
one of these days?" I whispered. "Of
course not for a year or two. But if I only
thought I had a mortgage on you I could
do anvthing, as Mr. Pinch says. When
you know me better"
. . . ... ii i
"1 know you ueiter man you khow me,
already. ABk Mrs. Hunter, bho says you
. But I cannot tell that."
"Please, Lucy. May I call you Lucyi"
"Of course. She says you aro an old
"Well," I replied, stunned, "I am eager
to change my condition. I will marry as
soon as you will take me to-morrow. I
have a pretty little cottage"
"Yes. I know: it was Mr. Clasty's. I
have seen it from the car window."
"I will cive vou a deed for it, Lucy, it
you will take it with an encumbrance."
"Wait until undo has his old smile on
his face. Oh, how I have longed for you to
ceme I I mean, for uncle s sake, sir ot
"Suooose I can get Mr. Lawtou out ot
this mess, Lucy? Suppose he tells you that
all is plain sailing before Jiim ''
"Then I I will answer your letters; i
mean some of them. I have always liked
you a little bit," she continued, shyly,
"but if you help uncle now, l
"Come over here," saio; i, moving unuer
the trees; "the moon glares in my eyes so
mnudentlv. This is tar nicer. .Now, may
I kiss you just once? To bind the bar
gain, you know. Oh, you darling! my
darling lorever I "
"Where the devil are you, u ranger r
said Mr. Lawton, racing down the path. "I
have been hunting for you this hour. Oh,
you have Lucy with you?"
"Yes, sir, ana I am going 10 Keep ncr
with me. Sho says she will take me as
soon as you get out ot this mess"
"No. I only said you might write to
"Do not interrupt mo, child. My dear
sir, exchange congratulations with me.
This darling Little Angel will make you
my uncle, and your nephew already sees
easy egress from all your trouble. To-morrow
I will unfold my plans."
It may seem that my courting was un
usually easy in the initial steps. But I
discovered afterward that it was a regular
conspiracy and that I was the victim. Mrs.
Knch had spent a year in Europe with her
daughter and had found Little Angel over
there and made her "governess." Then sho
brought her home when 6ho returned and
very easily secured a dozen pupils for Lucy,
whose sturdy independence compelled her
to work for herself. She was, and is. nn
accomplished musician and she got good
prices for her lessons, earning over a
thousand dollars a year. Mrs. Pinch loved
the gentle girl very tenderly, and being a
good friend of mine she openly schemed
to make a match between her protege
and me. I was pointed out to Lucy be
fore I ever saw her, whilo I was poring
over a big ledger. Mrs. Hunter took her
to board at Balden, and these two old lad in
intended to get us acquainted each with the
other on tho train. But they met a very
obstinate obstacle in Lucy herself, who an
nounced her intention to return to England
it they dared to take any steps toward the
accomplishment of their designs.
Marks ok ArrnoBATiON. In tho shape
of increasing demands j for Hostettcr's
Stomach Bitters aro constantly reaching its
proprietors. The mfning and agricultural
populations of the fur west are particularly
alive to its merits, for it possesses tho very
qualities which emigrants to those remote
districts require. It protects them from
malaria, it fortifies them against the injuri
ous effects which frequently proceed lrom
a mode ot lite traught with hardships, and
it has an unnnpeachablo record for thor
oughness. Travelers to foreign countries,
maridos, aud those generally who live an
out-door life, will find that its protective
and bracing properties have not boon exag
gerated by the many who have borno favor
able witness in its behalf. A rock is not
firmer on its baso than this medicine in the
confidence of our people.
Wohkinomkn. Betore you begin heavy
spring work after a winter of relaxation,
your system needs cleansing and strength
ening to prevent an attack of ague, bilious
or spring fever, or some other spring sick
ness that will unlit you for a season's work.
You will save time, much sickness great
expense if will use ono bottle ol
Hop Bitters in your family this iiionth.
Don't wait. Burlington Huwkeye.
"Old BEMAifi.K." There aro many re
puted remedies for that very prevalent dis
ease, Chronic Nasal Cutarrh, but none
which have giveu general satisfaction and
becom acknowledged standard preparatioua
except Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itomedy. It con
tinues to enjoy an unprecedented popular
ity. This reputation has been earned
through tho Dermnnont cures which it lias
wrought, having proved itself a snecific In
the worst forms of the disease. In fact bo
reliable IS it that its former nrnnrlutnr itf
ferod through all tho newspapers ot the
land B reward of t!00 for a cuts nf entun h
I . . -
I tuat it would not cure. Sold by druggists
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH
"""An Old Subscriber" wants to know what
will cure baldness. This Is not a drug
store, but if your wifo won't consent to a
separation apply for a divorce.
The Yalo junior class has a prodigy. T.
P. Osgood, of New Haven, has made an in
vention for bolting flour by tho application
of frictional electricity, which ho has pat
ented, and for tho right of it ho has already
been offered $50,000.
Two young ladies have boon appointed
census enumerators for Ashland and Cat
lettsburg, Ky., and people in that section
aro prepared to bet that tho ago of every
other woman will bo correctly given, no
matter if she is !300 years old and still un
married. Little Birdio Bluc-oycs,
Sitting in the sun;
While her older brother
Foolcth with a gun.
Soon a loud explosion
Wakes the echoing wood.
All that's left of Birdio
Is her worsted hood.
An electric light, strong enough to render
the walls of houses transparent, is now pre
dicted; but, so far as we can see, tho only
advantage to bo derived from it would be
to drive lovers out on to the roofs.
When you see four or five children who
need combing, washing and patching, hold
ing a convention on a front door-stop, you
havo come to a house wliere tne niotner
It was St. Augustine who said, "Deliver
me, O, Lord, from that evil man, myself."
But what we want to know is, whether St.
Augustine ever permitted any ono elso to
talk that way about him.
A San Francisco thief did not know that
the woman whose pocket ho tried to pick
was the Great American Female Samson,
belonging to a circus then m the city ; but
he was sure he had made a mistake when
6he struck out from the shoulder, knocking
him down like a ten-pin hit by the big
Advice to the young lover: Fanry if you
will, that the aureola of amber locks that
envelops your idol's head makes her resem
ble a saint, but never be rashly betrayed
into thinking that she is one. There may
come a tinio when the menacing grip of
her lovely hand on the parlor poker, or the
sharp whir of a flying slop-bowl will im
part a melancholy interest to your selt-de-
The following letter from "Old Hickory"
to a Nashville patent medicine man is now
published for the first time: Dear Sir I
have tried your Salamander salve for corns
and freely bear testimony to its invigorating
properties. When I commenced the use of
it I had but two corns, now I've got seven.
Yours respectfully, Andrew Jackson.
An Illinois Girl's Letter.)
Deeh Will: Doant kum to see me eny
more for a whial anyhow. Fauther has got
awfully skeered about burglars, and he sits
np every nite til late with a double-barreled
shot-gun, watching the back yard. He put
moren a pound of led into Brown's nufound
land dog which was kummin over the feus
after a bone last nite.
The rose is red, tho violet blew,
I wouldn't kum now if I was you .
Wasui.nt.tos, D.C., Jan. 10, 1880.
II. II. Warner & Co. Dear Sin: I
write to say that aftsr having taken your
Safe Pills and ifiuling them all that is
claimed lor them in your circular, I cheer
fully recommend them as the best pills in
the market. Joseph Prather, 40!) M. street
Washington, D. C.
When plagued by the vagaries of a dis
ordered liver, the bilious need expect to de
rive no permanent relief from the use of cal
omel, blue pill, or tho barborous cathartics
now happily losing ground in general and
professional estimation. These rasp, con
vulse and weaken the system, but Hostct
ter's Stomach Bitters relieve, regulate ami
invigorate it. Those significant pains in
the liver, the saffron hue which its derange
ment communities to the skin, the im
purity of the Mood, constipation, furred
condition of the tongue nnd contamination
of the breath which result from biliousness,
are entirely, speedily nnd pleasantly re
moved by tliis beneficent alterative, which
is likewise a potent remedy for chills and
fever, and its best preventative. Vhile the
system is regulated and purified, it is also
thoroughly invigorated by this superlatively
fine medicine, which is of botanic origin,
and contains none but salutary ingredients.
The medical lraternity highly commend it.
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dn: C. McLANE'S
aro not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival,
AGUE AN 13 FK V1SK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
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Tho genuine are nover'sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLank'sLivku Pill.
Each wrapper boars tho sigtutures of C.
McLank aud Fi.kmino Hiios,
B-tfTInsist upon having tho genuine Du.
C. McLank's Liven Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMO BROS., Pittsburgh, IM.
tho market being full of imitations of tho
namo McLank, spelled differently but muie
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14ih, 1877, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 0, 1877', undtr
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STUATTON, Pkesident.
Mrs. A. P. TAYLOR, Vick-Pkbsident.
J. A. (JOLDST1NE, TiiSAsuiiKn.
Du. J. J. GORDON, - - Mbi). Advikm.
THOMAS LEWIS, - - Sbohetahi.
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
J. J. GORDON. Physician Cairo, Ills
Mrs. A.P.TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Schools, Alexander County " '
J.A.UOLDSTINE ofUoldstine ii Hob-
cuwuter. holesule nnd Retail Dealers
In Stuiilo and Kimey Dry Goods " '
N. B. TI1ISTLEWOOI), of Iliukle &
Tblstlewood, Commission Mercnnnts,
Cotton Mid Tobneco Factors " "
8. D. AYltES, of Ay res & Co., Commis
sion Merchimts " "
THOMAS LKW'IS, Insurance Manayer
and Attorney at L,aw " "
W.M. STRATTON of Stratton & bird
Wholesale Grocers ' '
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commist-ion Mer
chant. 78 Ohio Levee " "
JAB. 8. KEAKDEN, Aent Micsissijipl
Valicy Transportation Connmny " "
CHAN. R. STL ART, Wholesale and Re
tall Dry Goods and Notions " "
EDWARD A. UL'DEH, Manufacturing
Jewler and holesale dealer In W ateh
mukers's Tools and Materials... " "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster &
Rice, Lumber Dealers " "
C. O. PATIER, C. O. Patier & Co,
Wholesale and Retail Merchants " "
Rkv. B.Y.GEORGE, Pastor Presbyterian
Church " "
J. C. WHITE, Insurance Agent " "
G. W. McKEAIG, Postmaster " '
8. P. WIlttLtK, Attorney and Counsel
or at Law " "
Mns. LOUISA FISHHACK " "
OSCAR HAYTH KN, Wholesale und
Retail Hoots" Shoes and Dry Goods. ... 14 "
A.J. BIRD, Merchant aud Steamboat
I ll'roprietor " "
WILLIAM KLUGE. General Merch dise " "
P. G. SCHL'II, Wholesale and Retail
J. T. RENNIE, Foundry and Machinist.. " "
ALBERT LEW IS " "
Mks. L. A. HOWARD, Boardlnn House..
W. F. PITCHER, Insurance Agent " "
A. II ALLb i , Uealerln btovts, Tin and
Hardware " '
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood & Bennett
Millers i " "
II. F, POTTER, Editor and Publisher
Art,'us-.lournul Mound City, "
Mns. S. A. AYERS Villa Hidire. "
A. J. FRENCH, Farmer Bird Point, Mo
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE.
Estate of William O'Callahan. Deceased.
The nnders'tned. bavins heen appointed Admin
istrator of the estate of William O'Callahan, lute of
the county of Alexander and State of Illinois, deceas
ed, hereby trives notice that he will appear before
the County "Court of Alexander county, at the
Court House in Cairo at the May term, on jtbe
'ihinl .Monday in .Miy next, at wnicu time an
persons having claims against said estate are noti
fied aud requested to attend for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted. All persons indrhted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to ths undersigned.
Dated this V.HU day ol March A. D. 1S0.
Whereas. Holcome Murray and Jane Murray, his
wife, oftbe County of Alexander and State ot Illi
nois, by their certain mortgage deed dated the
Twentieth day ot January A, U. 1171, und duly re
corded mine otnee ul trie recorder or ueeus ot
Alexander County. Illinois, in book "Z'' of sale
mortgages on page WW. did grant, bargain, sell, re
mise, alien, and convey unto ns. the undersigned,
David T. Llnegar aud John II . Mulkey. us mortga
gees, the land and premises nerclnalter tiescriDed,
to secure tre payment of one curtain promissory
note of even date therewith executed by the said
UfiltviTu,. Mnrruv Hrirl tin- Nutil .Iiini Murray to us.
the said David 'f . Llnegar and the stild John H.
Mil kev. for the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety days after date, with lutercst ut the rate
of ten per cent, per annum, from date nntil paid,
and pirllnilarly described iu said mortgage deed:
and, whereas, there is now due ami unpaid on said
note the sum ol tirty dollars Willi luterest tuereon
from the date of said uote; now, therefore, default
havliigheen made in the payment of said note and
Interest thereon, public notice is hereby given that
in pursuance of 'ho provisions of suid mortguge
deed, and hv virtue of the power aud authority
granted to us In and hv the same, wo sluill on the
10th day of April. A. D.. Ihni. at Id o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, at the trout door or the court
house In the City of Cairo, County of Alexander
anil State of Illinois, sell ut public auction, to the
highest bidder fur ca-h. the premises described in
said mortgage deed as the north half ',Mf the
north west (Vi of section thirty-one (Ml) in township
sixteen (till range one (1) wet, except forty (4M
acres oil of the east end of said north hulf situ
ated in the County ot Alexander nnd stutei-f Illi
nois, anil all r.glit aud equity of redemption of the
said llolromc Murray ana the said Julie Murray his
wile, the.r heirs and assigns therein.
DAVIDT. LINEliAKit JOHN 11. Mt LhbY,
Dated at Cairo, 111., this tho 5th day of .March,
A. 1).. INHO.
Whereas, by a certain sale mortgage, bearing
date the Flftventh day of Angnst A. I)., 1H71. aud
recorded In the Recorder' olllce of Alexander
County, In tho State of Illinois, in volume '4'' of
deeds, on page 4N'l. Isaac Farnlmkcr and Eli.a
A. Farnbaker, his wife, did convey to the under
signed, the following described reul estate, situate
In the County of Alexander. State ef Illinois, to
wit: Lot numbered eight (K) In block numbered
four i4un the City of Culm, according to the re
cort d map or plat of said rltvi which said con
vevunee was ill mortgage to secure the payment
at' maturity of certain promissory notes therein
mentioned i npon the. last of w hich promissory
poles there now remains due and payable the sum
of Twenty-live hundred dollars, with' ten percent.
Inti rest per annum ttiercou lrom the fifteenth day
of August. A. I)., 1H77, v
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue and In pnrsuuncu of the terms und
conditions of said sale mortgage, I, the uudcrsign-
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D..
at tho hour of two o'clock p. tn., of that day. nt tho
Court llousu door, in f lie city or Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, sell tho real estate above describ
ed, at public vendue to the highest bidder for rash,
in hand, aud will execute to the purchaser a deed
therefor. ROI1EIITH. Cl'NNl MiHAM.
Cairo, Ills.. March lid, Mortgagee.
Green & Gilbert, Attorneys.
BSTATI OF PJIIDKniCK WlllTVAMr, DBCIiASKI). ,
Tho nnderslgncd, having been appointed admin.
Istratorof tho estato of Frederick Whltcamp, Into
of the county of Alexander and statu of Illinois,
deceased, hereby jriT'' notice that he will appear hel
lorv vow i-vuiity conn oi Alexander couuiv, at tno
Court Ilouso In Cairo at tho May term, on the third
Monday in May next, at which tlmo all persona
having claims against said estate are notllled nnd
requested to attend for tho pnrpoMO of having tho
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to inako immediate payment to the
undersigned. K. FITZGERALD,
. . . Administrator,
Dated this 20th day of March, A. D. 1HH0.
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McKfrn. Emehpon Fihiieb. & Co. : (Jalva, Iu. Julv W. 1879.
I have uwd one of your Top Bucglc three your, and tnipo or Ilium two yi-nrH In my livery cUble,
aud tlicy liavu given me perfect musluttlou and arc lu uonefaut ueo.g OSl'Ali SilALLEY.
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The favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities whero they havo been
used for several years by Liverymen, rhysiciiins,' Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant use, has led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a Week.
EMERSON, FISHEK & CO.'S
Being in Force Three Years.
Comer Twelfth Street.
FISHER & CO.,
NEwnwinv, H. C, July 17, 1870.
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uun in iuh pyn-u, pumimuica wmi iwn grown wait' uuu
money I paid for It. I my tlm Emerson A Fluhcr
A- TEAUUIS, Farmer.
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST