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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNINU, DECEMBER 2ft, 1890.
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Written for the Cairo Bulletin,
AUNT MAMA'S 'SPERIESCE.
"Good evenin', ma'am !"
But for the familiar tones, I would have
been startled by the shadow which fell
across the table on my back porch one
kright afternoon in October. Looking up
from the beautiful silverskins I was pre
paring for pickle, I beheld a little negro
woman, black as jet, in the arch made by
the madeira tines, and recognized Aunt
Maria Wintergreen, one of my neighbors.
Her coat was of many colors; the skirt was
nade of two distinct patterns of calico, the
waistjof another, and each sleeve of yet an
other Tanety and itjle, but it was scrupu
lously. Hanging over one arm was a piece
i tew calico about two yards long.
"Wfcy, Aunt Maria!" I exclaimed,
""ben did you get backt I never ex
lotted to see you again."
"Lawyj! done been gone an' got back
ain, tca'tm, an tryin' to git ready for the
his metx'm' now !"
Her eyes unconsciously strayed to the
otrtamer on btr arm. I felt sure she had
'Gie to ask a favor; so I pointed to a
lnr near her and told her to sit down and
ret Xot that I supposed her walk of a
kalf mile had wearied her, but I wished to
hear of her recent trip; nnd though her
jpeech is rather of the laconic style, she
can not be called a woman of few words.
Once get her started and it often requires
some tact to bring her talks to a close,
though ou this particular day I was in the
mood to listen.
"What big meeting is it?" I asked, as
he took off her sunbonnet and looked
about uneasily, then rolled it up into a lit
tic bundle to unroll, shake out and roll up
again as she talked. She is always glanc
ing alxwt as it on the lookout for horrors,
ana is the most nervous creature 1 ever
aw; just like her mistress, she says.
"Quarterly meet in', ma'm, at the
church across the road. Want to get ready
to be eat out o'house an' home by the
preachers, by Friday' morning. Spose
they'll 'gin to come by breakfast, since
mectin' holds three days."
"You do not seem to be particularly well
pleased with the prospect, Aunt Maria."
"Yesc 'in I uin, but aint ready. Got to do
omc sewing some bakin1 1 mean 'fo' they
coiup, an' kill some po'ke (pork). Don't
know what I'll do for bread, my cows is
both layin' out. 'twouldn't do much good
if they's both at home, one doesn't give
mo'n a pint an' other one's no 'count. Be
lievo somebody conjured her, 'thout
snake bit her."
The milk questions settled, I asked why
she trailed the calico across the meadows,
bringing half tho weed seed crop into the
liouseyard on it, wherupon Bhe looked
nheepish and gave u historical little laugh.
"Need a good cookin1 aprou if I'm to
have a crowd o'strangcra 'round, au' I have
o much work to do I couldn't take time
to cut one out, jit't got this little scrap o1
goods fur it. So busy, you know, with
bwcci poimoctt nn cawu; oie' man so croBs
if I aint putt'm' in ull the time. Never have
chanco to sew like a woman ought to; no
f-irls in the family an' threo boys to keep
covered all the time."
"And you wouiil like it it 1 would cut
the apron for you?"
"If you pic "c, ma'm, if it aint too much
trouble for y I. Could do it myself if I
Jtad time," at on tho old complaiuer,
picking olT t eiijls and rolling them in
the palm of . hand. "I know how to cut
v an' sow; was I e iino charge of all that
kind of work at home. Wo had the big
Uwt plantation au' the most colored lolks
' of any 'round. Can't call my soul my
wn now job ntan'n so drivin',"
, Secretly emiliug at her half-apologlcs for
asking tho favor which I knew was but an
ricusc to ret to talk to me, I took up an
other of the fragrant bulbs from tho wood
en tray and said :
"Oh, that reminds me. Did you find
many of your old friends?"
'A good many yaso 'in. Got off tho
packet at Greenville, au' staid 'round 'bout
two weeks huntin' 'em up. 'Joyed myself
a heap better down the river 'n I do her'
with the ole man pesterin' mo all the time.'
"IIow are the colored people doing in
Mississippi? pretty well?"
"Right 'round in that po'tion theygettin'
'long fine. Greenville iswhnr my mistress'
married son lived, an' his family had awlul
luck in the wah with tho soldiers landin'
an' strippin' tho place about once n week,
and carrym' the blacks off spito of 'em
selves, though some of 'em was mighty
keen to go. Best of 'cm done gone back
now nn' settled 'round thah; ones that's
been thah the longest is doin' mighty well,
60 much cotton they can't git it all picked,
they say. Got good church houses nn'
schools fur the chillun."
'Then those accounts of the suffering
among tho colored people and of so many
of them being abused and killed were mis
takes of the newspapers, were they?"
"Well, I can't say whether tho papers
was wrong or us ; seems like they ought to
know what they sayin", an' yit nothin' of
the sort liappcued right thah at Greenville,
an' I didn't meet with anybody that just
seen it theyselves. But that's what made
me go there. You see, I hcahed so much
'fo' I went 'bout how they's hangiu' an'
beatin' 'cm an' burning they cabins with
the chilluu in 'em I wanted to go down an'
bring my daughter home with me. I was
'quainted at Greenville; mistress used to
take me 'long when she went to visit her
son, an' I thought I'd git off the packet
when she landed an' enquire 'round 'mong
my friends 'bout the risks I'd have to run
gittin' down to my old home. To' I got
thah I heahed 'em tell awful things 'bout
the place, but I's like George Washin'ton,
I's wantin' to see fur myself, so I got off;
an' don't you think they tole me nothin' o'
the sort had happened in tint neighbor
hood ! But they all said the curryin's on
of the ku-kluxers was something awtul j
furder back in the country an' on down the
river aways. That's what's the reason I's
gone so long from here fur. Ole man
'lowed I'd lef htm; but I's just workin'
my way slowly down nome, quinn irom
one to t'other.'
Did you 6ee the smouldering ruins of
cabins and any dead bodies swinging from
the trees?"' I cautiously asked, wiping
away & tear caused by an adverse zephyr
aud onion juice.
Aunt Maria gave a start and hastily swept
the porch with dilated pupils, but finding
no masked faces lurking behind the cistern
or ice-chest, nor down the cellar steps, she
rolled up the bonnet which had been flirted
into shape ut my question.
"Fur gracious sakes, ma'm! I never said
I seen it myself. No 'm ! I hcahed 'em
say it was happenin' furder back an' on
down the river, but I did't see it an' I
didn't chance to meet up with any of the
ones that was driv from home thcvselvcs.
Some kep' warnin' me 'gin goin' any furder,
but I got so uneasy 'bout my gal I made
Burc I wouldn't come back without her, so
I went on to the next place whah the ku
kluxers was just a slashin' 'round settin'
fire to churches, when they's full o' people
an' then shootin' the ones down from the
busht'sjwhen they tried to git out.
"My knees was knoekin' together with
frighfaince I got there, but I promised 'em
at Greenville that I wouldn't go inside a
church-house after nightfall. I was
mightily pleased when I did git thar alive,
I tell you lan' so mad, too. Turned out
that they didn't know nothin' 'bout the
church burnin' till I tolc 'em, nor the
"Time I got down to Mississippi City,
whah my ole mistress lives. I 'most made
up my mind I'd been fooled, tur I hadn't
seen nothing very skeery yit an' I was 'bout
at land's end. Water conies right up on the
yard thah swishes an' swishes all day au'
night, 'nough to drive you carzy, 'less you's
a great sleepy-headed thing. I never was,
always like my mistress that way. Many u
night I'vo rubbed her feet an' ankles to
keep her quiet long 'nough fur her to lose
herself in sleep."
"Well, now I'll get my scissors and cut
the apron," I said, and when I returned
with them and the pattern, my visitor re
sumed her conversation.
"I got my daughter, an' now she say3
sho wishes I hadn't fetched her 'way.
cause tno cotton crop is spienmu an' so
many of the black people went away on
that ex-ex-scursion, you know, they nil
got up to go to Kansas. Olo man was jaw-
in' 'bout the potatoes, an' I tole him if he
postered mo too much I'd go pick cotton
an' cit paid tur mv work, so I did!
Wouldn't bo afraid right 'mong my ole
fellow-servants; good many of 'cm hnvo
gone back to the olo homo again. They's
like tho ones up tho river, 'stonished that I
could git down with my lilc; they thought
tho colored folks was beiu' dogged from
place to place an' just lairly slaughtered
back in tho country. Lawsylontho way
down I wouldn't a gone back fivo miles if
I'd a-got a hogshead of sugar an' a bale o
cotton all to myself; but ou our way up
Cassy, my daughter, Visted on us Rittin' off
the packet an' strikin' back into the coun
try to seo some o' her husband's people. It
was one o' the spots they tulo mo so much
'bout folks being tied him' an' foot,' an'
gauged, an' my gracious! when wo enmo to
it, they had " the awfullest nice church
house, an' tho children wus just waitiu' fur
cool weather to como on so they'd start to
"While we was thah that I saw an olo man
that 'longed to tho 'jciiuu' plantation when
wo was little used to play together an'
ho said ho didn't halt b'liovo the stories
'bout tho kukluxcrs. I don't know nothin'
'bout it myself, but lie said it they could
kill folks off any faster in tho cold an'
starvation did them that went off on that
Kansas trip, he'd like to know it. 'Cause
the ole ones, bein' 'thout food an' they own
cabins an' fire-places, was hauled out to the
graveyard by tho wagon load,, an' them,
that wasn't almost wished they was. This
ole man, Mose, he says his feet friz off him
an' when hecamo back he had 'em wrapped
up in olo rags an' things till they was as
big as cotton-baskets. Had enough of it,
ho says, an' uow that he's buck it'll be
some time 'fo' he roams that fur from home ;
he don't seo no good in strayin' 'round
after lalse prophets; says he's been runnin'
after a promised patch o' land an' a mule
for 'bout twenty-five years now, an' he ain't
never cotch up with it yit, so he's gwino to
settle down to business, him!"
"Stand up, Aunt Maria, and let me sec if
this is long enough. What docs ho call
"His grandson's got a lease, an' Mose
live with him an' makes a basket or a
broom now an' then. Made a cawn shuck
bottom fur a cheer whilst we's thah."
Tho apron being fitted and rolled up
with the scraps, Aunt Maria properly
thanked me for taking so much trouble,
"Dunno when I'll ever git it put together,
got to take an' kill a little poke Thursduy
to cook the turnips. Will ma'm, you be
sure I'll send fur the buttermilk you goin
to give me. Good morning, ma'm."
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r-Tbe4:l p. m. express bis PULLMAN
SLfcKI'INUCAK t atro to Cincinnati, without
chanties, and through aleperto St, l.oula and
Jr'iwt Timo Kast.
OTI COIN! ''-T K 'hroush to Kat-
lM.lJ,l I ,.ni point without any dnlav
raused by Suuday intervening. 1 he Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Mondav
morniu' at pt::rj. Thirty-six hours In advanceof
auv other route.
f TT"Por throucb tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Ilallroad Depot. Cairo.
jAa. Johnson, j. m. jones,
en. Southern Aeent. Ticket Acent.
A. II. UANSON, Oen. l'as, Ai;ent. Chlcairo.
1KDI ; .o l.w; i to :li Stops. H-
ii.i.i siiji uii raper iree.
i o ureFi im., i r.i. r . or. .a l i i,
rocurcd for all sold ers
ilisaiued iu the V. S. service
from anv cause: aleo for
heirs of deceas'-il soldier. The slightest disabilitv
a'p'en'sionPENSlONS I llCM!!lSl'll !
Ilount and new dirhari;c procored. If In dotibt
as to whether entitled to any thlnu. send two :te.
stamps lor our Clreoliir of Infoiuintii.n." Ad
dress, with stumps, STOliDAKT O . Solicitors
of Claim ami pat-i:l, roim n, ht. Cloud Uulldin;;,
Washlnvton 1. ('.
Iiwcl prices ever k nown
on iirrrrn . I nil era,
Kiflea, uiid Kerulisn,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
in (tn-ntly reduittl prlcp.
S.id KlHini) for our .New
V. POWELL 80S, SIS lliia Jjiruel. CI .NUN N ATI. O.
Readings l Recitations! Elocution!
unin now ready. q
703 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. J
This BTimVr Is anlffirravrl'htlisRsrlsi.snileonloInt B
ethsr HiiNnnro M'ImiiIiJ JDwImantlnn uM Itrsdlnrs
cml lnliia Sentlmi nt. Orulorj, l'mhM, lluaior, l uii.
IHOpa. Prlc.30ctll..niili'Jfn!s. helb. lluik.-ll-rs.
tiroryiiujr v. in ni-i-iK. pii-i-ei. Try mmbflr of tl.rci.mn
whs wn-a Nnmi'tlilnc Sew tu irilw. shoiilJ Vet lh
VbaluSct. (.'Iiiimi' ..iiia Knll l.Ut uf'oDtriil Fnt,
Wo also Uavo Threo oukaof ' PulIaxi o aa. " I ttiuu.'
Banner of Liberty,
Foiuuli'd by (. I. Ui'i'bf.
'.'Slh year ol publlcntlon. Tho old Jelle-soiiiaii
Democratic Weekly, the IUnnkii of Libkiitv,
should bit taken In eyery Democratic family lu lite
IT CONTA INS A IL TIIK N KWS,
Market Reports, a Choice Selection of It.iadin''
Mutter uod S' und IKmocratlc luli'llfni-i'.c ;
Only 8 1 .0()ajjr Yoav.
erson tendlns c'.il) of teu.
A(.i KN'I H AVVIS I'l'U) In every Coun
Send for ssmnle eonv (ree, Address,
IIANNEIt OK I UIKKTY. Kllenvlllo. N
CUAY'S SI'FCIFIO MKIlU INK.
TRADE MHK.Tli(;reutEi)KllsinKAl)V MARK
llemedy, nil tin
falllna' euro for
Impoti ucy, aud all
disi.aseit that fol
low as a conse
queuco of self
COIUre laJUULmciniiry, unlveisal
liiaslintlo, pain "u Iho "back, dim
liens nf vision, tiremallire old acu,
Ti r mi- aniiHii; nn ions oi
and mmiy olherdiseases that bad to Insanity or
consumption mid ft prcnianiru pruve.
l''ull Durtlculars iu our linmplilet, which we do
sire lit send free by mall to every one. The ape
(ltd medleltin is sold by all dmeiIMs at f 1 per
packuu'e. six for or will tm lent tree bv ninil on
reeeln of Die moiiry by addresslngTliK (iKAY
MKDICINH CO., No.:i Mechanics block. Detroit
.Mich. Soid In Cairo by Unrtluy Ilros., I'nul U
Scbuh and Geo. K. O'llara.
n mi m m m ma
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured. Sot Merely Kolii'vcu
And Can Prove What wo Claim.
tyThuru aro no failures and no dlssppoint
nieiita. If ynu nfH troubled with SICK IIKaTT.
AC11K you can hu t.aslly and ipilckly cured, aa
hundreds have lieeu already. We "siraiThTplcled
ti in it 1 1 a sheet of testimonials to any Inter.-stlldT"
Carter's Little fiver Tills
, , " " 1'itiuupur.Pi lire cm t on an
nation and Dyspepsia, promoto Iilir. Bilon. relieve
distress from too hearty eallnir. correct Disorder
Alan rtire nil r,,rma i.r oo .
,ii ni,iiiini.ii, nuiniiiuic me Liver, and lieu ate
0 Howe a Tlii.v .1,, .11 n.l. 1... ...1...
ii,, 1 ...11 . 1 ' ir. ' " ln, just one
little pill at a dose. They are purely yeifetahlo. do
Ifripe or purao. and aro us nuarlvni.rri.ei
poss hie lor a pill to bu. i'rice cet ts, & for
Sold hy driii;i.'lt everywhere or sent by mall
CAftTKU MliDIClSK CO . KKIE. "a
NKW A I) V E ItTI S K M E X IS.
0 make a onurt of tiw.Hii ii.,, ,.,,u....,....i
L i i. , :. v V 1 r"'. i.iver 1 roubles.
Kidney Weakness, or Oeueral Debllitv. sent l.v
I""l I''d. loriV., or 5 pickaxes (or ji Ad-
l. ALONZO OHEKNE. Indian Doctor.
sltl I'lue St ,st. I.ouis, Mo.
S i 1 H A 1 F. A It and expens
agents, ontilt free Addre
O. VICKLUr. AuRusta. :
iUVEKTlSKlLS! send for our S, :u t I.!.t f U-
Oeo. 1'. Ito.H A to., 1U
Spruce St.. N , V .
W'ANTED.-ManurartnrlDC (onceru wants
TV bllslnesa man 111 t'nlr., ut, .4 I ii ...... v I . .. ...1
v....... M J IU, ,, M IU, l,,l.
readv tHki'ti. t A i.w i,tn.H...rf j..n.. - :
I , . v.. uuiw 1, ur.ri.iry li
pay for ifnoda on delivery afier orders have been
secured for the same. fi.T) per month prollt
Kuarauteed. The most senrcbiiie Itvestlirttiou
solicited A (i Alt.NUl.U4 t()'. curner rtr.i
Strvet and Uroudway, Itrooklyo, N, Y.
It porfsctlT biu. Prooounol thr ta-nt ht ih. hi.h
e.t eisdirxl fjibontiea 10 in wurU (iit-:, a.iil
award at IU Worm Eapna'tiena. mi 1 a Tina ld?-w
Boia tijliiuu. W B JCHItfrELlK t CO H T
Innne Psnnm Rei'oed5
DR. KLINE S GREAT
, U U Va Nerve Restohei
'oral! Rail k Nia Iiim.uk. (i,..iii
'cura .r FiU. Umlntpj and .Van A tiym.
I'SiLLiail !f taien a dlraclfj. tin f,u aUr
It'Htiatuf. Treallae and II trial bottle frvat
Viluail-nu,thsv (.ar'ninpri-aiak-'. --i-d nanj,
P. 0. aril eiiraat ail.irraa to La. Kl.lNK.V'.l
Arth CL PlUiaUc.pUa, I'a, Jetprintij, Jrkuu.
Althnat rocdi..'lliif. ALLAf9 Pni.mi.R MEPI.
CATEI bin CUi. i aunfced Ocloitr 16, leic
o. 1 will cure any rase In fonr Hits, nr l.
No. 3 will cure the niuat obstinate c.i, aj matter
Of now lonKaundliift.
Nunausenui d aira of enherni.copalha or oil of
faodilwood, that are certain to produce dtsppaa
ry destroying tlie eoaiinm of tlia aii'Tui-a. No
ayrioKeaor winnitsiit nuecliona W prUuce other
1'nce H 30. Mtl.U BT ALL DBCGGLSTS, or
Dialled receiptor price.
Forf her rarlli uiara aend fir elrcnlar.
t. O. Bx 1S33. J. C. ALLAN CO., b) Jhn Street,
Waollir UX reward tor acy car : tui y will not
Wulck, aaf e and sure cur.
1 Orladythatsen-mj' imir
W hu Unit, that
may prove the aU'pplnir-stone Ut a lite or iiceeaa.
It Is esperlally adapted to those who lei r- ached
the foot of the hill. Adilreaa U. OlMi, !!
Orecnwicli Street, Sew Vorlt.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK :
ok, RKciij-s avd if Am rott inr. mili.kivi
lri-llifMiiat.1. u K.rovn, Mtliaiilr., Mrrrhau:,, IV. f .na.U,
Muili-iit,, or tha Sick, lbiliUtJ, DiiaMtd, H",n-l"rTi. hr.9
. .v;... S-ln,-o l'- A.Ul.H i. II. at Ji'.LLV,
141 South Kill 8trt, llrv.ilTD, N. T,
aperl Monday I'dition..
8 by 1 1 iii' h"j. Oiii
U'd. sent tun presn-
Dr. Foo!o'i HEALTH
MONTHLY, ot fl p'f
.ear. Sainiile f- e. JL
Bill Pub. Co., IU iiaei &jtn Street, N. V. City.,
J'orUge on book ' ccuu; riibtercd mail,
EARS FOK TIIK MILLION I
Foo CIioo's lliilsnni of Shark's Oil
Positively Restores the Hearing, and is the OBly
Abaolutu Cum for Deafness Kiiom u .
This Oil Is extracted from a peeultar specie of
small White Shark, cuiiirbt in the Yellow Sea,
known as Carchnrodon lionileletil. Every i hlnese
nsheiinun knows It. Its virtues as a restorative of
hearliiK were discovered by a Buddhist Priest about
the year 1110. lis cutes were so numerous and
many so aeemlnirly miraculous, that the remedy
was officially proclaimed over the entire Knipiru.
Its use became so ut Iverml Unit forever :'.!) years
110 deirenesti has existed among lhechlnec peo
ple. Sent, cbarijee prepaid, to auy address ut l per
Only Imported by IIATLOCK ft CO.,
soi.k aoknth rou amkhica. 7 Dey St., New York,
it vlrtuea are unquestionable and Its curativo
character absolute, aa the writer enn personally
testlfv. both from experience and observation.
Amoni; tho many renders of the i cvIlw in ono
purt nndan ther of the country, It Is probable that
numbers nr" nfllictcd w ltii deafness, mid to such it
may be said : "Write at once to Hiiylock A Co., 7
Oey Sire' t. New York, enclosnie 1, and you will
receive by return a ronndy that will enahUi yon to
hear like anvbody else, and whose curative elfecta
will bu pera'ianent You will never regret doing
so."Fditor of New York Mercantile Htvlew,
Sept. !rlh, IrW).
$y Outtltsent free to those who wish to on
li patre In tha most pleasant and proiltablo
Ibuflnvsi known, Kvervthltm new.
r I Capital not required. Wo will fnrulsb
evervthlnit. $10a dayand upwards la yet
easily made without staying away from
home over nlu'ht. No risk whatever. JIauy now
workers wanted at once. Many aro making fort
unes at tho business. Ladles msko aa much aa
men, and tonne boys and girls miian ureal pay. No
one who Is willing to work falls to make more
money every day than can bo madoln a week at auy
other employment. Those who engage at onco
will find a short road to fortune. Address II.
JALLKTT& CO., Portland Maine
M IF st-r i ill
w if tmvwrsm car