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"K. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnola "
The Wadding Fee-
Ont morning:, fifty rear nun
Whon urplo irip wrro whiln with snow
Ol 1 rairrHiit lilnatoina. and the air
Waa pcll-hoiin'l wlih the porrumn rare
t'nvin a furin-hnrao, Inrirnand lean,
And lazy, with IM (Inutile Inad,
A aun-lirown vouth and maid were seen
Jogging along Ibo winding road.
Ulun werp the arrhca of Iheaklea.
Hut hliier wero thnt inHlden'a evnal
The rtw-lnp on the e:raM wi re bright.
Hut brlifhtor waa tho loving light
That apitrkled 'nenth each lonir-frlnired 114
Whoro thiiae brluht ey of blue were hid:
Adown the hoiinUm, brown and bare,
Jt. nfl th afift wav of goldon hair.
Where, alinoat atranxlfd witn the apt ay,
The tun, it willing liiBeifr, lay.
It waa the t airaat alght, I ween,
That the young man had ever toent
And with bia featnr all alow.
The bHppy fellow U 1 1 ber an,
And abo, without tho VaM aurpriae.
Looked on him with thorn heavenly eyes
haw underneath that ahaflo of tan
The ba'idanm fenlurea of a man,
And with a Joy but ratvly known
hhe drew thai doar ace to her own.
And by that bridal bonnet hid
I cannot tell you what the did.
fo on thoy ride, until among
The new-lxim leavea wiih dow-lrops bung,
The paraonngp.arraved n white,
Teera out a more than wr-loome light.
TIihii, wllh acloii'1 upon his fare,
"What shall we do,"' he turned to say,
"Hhoull he refuo take hi pay
From what la In th plIlowK'aaer"
And (rlnncina down, hla eye surveyed
The pillow-oaiie before him laid,
Wbs ronlnuts reachins; to ita hern.
Might purrhaaeendleaa Joys for them.
The maiden answer: 'Let 11s wait:
To borrow trouble Where's the need?
Then at the paraon' aquoaktng gate
United the more than willing steed.
Down from bia hnrae the hrideirnmm sprung;
The latcbeaa gate bvblnd him swung;
The kno kor of that startled door,
S Inn k aa it never waa before,
Broiiicht the whole himaehotd.palewiih fright;
And there, with bluahea on hi cheek.
So bnabf ol be eould banlly speak,
Tho farmer met tbelr wondering sight.
The groom goea In, hit erraod tell.
Aim! aa the paraon nod, he lean
Fr o"er the window sill, aud yella,
"Tome in! He aav h ll lake the beanal"
Oh.hnw ahe Jumped! With one glad bound
She and the hean-bag reached the gmuud.
Then.cliiaplng with earh dimpled arm
The pwlou product of the farm,
hhe hear it throiiirh the open door,'
And down upon the parlor floor.
Dump the best bean vines ever bore.
Ah ! bappy were their song thst day,
When man and wife ihey rode away.
But happier this choru atlll
Which echoed through ihoe woxlland scenes:
"Cod bli-astbn prieatnf Wataonrillel
God bless tbe roan who took the bean!"
K. M. 8THEITEB. '
THE STORY OF A SCREEN,
BY HELEN FORREST GRAVES.
The level beams of the mellow May
sunset were revealing every flaw anil
crack in the cheap paper-in"; which cov
ered the walls of the little garret room
where Mabel Moore sat basily at her
sewing-machine, and a single pot of
blue velvet pansles in the high, narrow
window made a spot of color for poor
Mrs. Moore's weary eyes to rest upon,
as she toiled at the floss-silk embroidery
which was her whole occupation.
The room was small and scantily fur
nibliad, but there was within its walls
one relic of vanished days a black
satin screen, mounted on a standard of
gilded bamboo, and painted in deep
rich oil-colors, with a scarlet flamingo
floating upward against a background
of reeds and grasses, while in the dis
tance flamed a stormy sunset sky.
"Mamma did it herself, when she
was a girl at boarding-school," said
Mabel Moore to those who sometimes ;
asked the history of this one remaining
token of luxury. "We have kept it
through everything. I would not part
with it for ita weight in gold."
And then she would laughingly tell
the tale of how half a dozon collectors
of antiques and aesthetic furniture had,
at different times, endeavored to pur
chase tho old screen.
"One man wanted to buy. It with a
pair of tongs and a brass coal-scuttle,"
said she; 'another ono offered a broken
set of Thackeray's novols and a fender;
and a third bargained with a (efe-n-t t.( c '
set of china, and a broken-nosed statue
For Mabel was a bright-eyed, sweet
faced girl, who had a very keen sense
of the ridiculous, and lived through
the hard realities of her life with the
quiet fortitude of an inborn heroine.
But after all, tho second-hand doal
ers were nothing in resolution and per
sistence as compared with Miss Ana'
Azalea Harper, the daughter of the '
landlord from whose leaky and badly,
drained premises they bad removed a
few weeks previously. Miss Ann Aza
lea had a very fair idea of brio-a-brao
treasures, and she had cast her tint
eyes upon this very screen.
"It's worth a deal of money," said
Ann Azalea to herself. "And It was
only this morning that Aunt Hepsy was 1
wishing for just such an old-fashioned
Now Aunt Hepsy was a rich old maid,
I slitewd, crusty, eldoily, and full ol dis
trust -of all the smooth-tongued rola-''
, lives whose professions of love and re
spvel were so extreme.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN ; SUlNiDAY MORNING. JUrv si, m:
screen if." said Aunt Hepsy. "les,
it a screen."
"I'll paint you one, dear aunt,"
Much of a screen you could paint!"
said the old lady, disdainfully.
"I improved a good deal at boarding
school" said Ann Azalea, meekly.
"And I'll stretch it upon an antique
bamboo rack; and really I think it will
"don't," said Aunt Hepsy.
"May I try, dear aunt?"
"Yes," said the old lady, grudHng
ly, "you mayfV.". 6
, And Ann Azalea, who had already
iu her mind nporopriated poor Mrs.
Moore's antique screen, set diligently
ahwut the work of getting possession of
"You owe my pa ton dollars of rent,"
said Ann Azalea, spitefully, as she st,t
panting for breath In tho little garrat
room, lifter having toiled up the three
long and narrow flights of stairs.
"You can't deny it."
"It is ouile true", acknowledged
meek Mrs. Moore, who, in her daugh
ter's absence was absolutely defence
"You ought to be ashamed to owe so
much money as that," said Ann Aza
lea. "We have been very unfortunate, of
late," said Mrs. Moore. "But we fully
intend to repay all of our indebtedness
as soon as my daughter"
"Ob, that's all nonsense!" brusquely
interrupted Ann Azalea, "Pa ought
to have put an execution that's what
he ought to have done!"'
Poor Mi s. Moore shuddered.
"And it nin't too late now," added
the young lady, ignoring the code and
all its provisions,
"Oh, Miss Harper!"
"Rut we don't want to be exorbitant,"
fjraciously went on Ann Azalea. "So,
sooner than bo at the expense of a law
suit. Til take some trifle or other in
ray. That screen, for instance," with
her greedy eyes fixed on the pictured
flight of the scarlet flamingo. "Ten
dollars is a deal of money, and the
Bcroon is an old-style thing, but 1
wouldn't mind calling things even,
just to ease your conscience, if"
"I couldn't oh, I couldn't!" cried
Mrs. Moore, tho tears coming into her,
eyes. "It was work I did as a girl.
My own poor mother sketched in the
green rushes and grass with her own
pencil, and and if any one is to have
it. it ia nlrPAtltf nrnmluDil it an f...
ily friend, who is to pay twenty-live
dollars for it"
" ery well," said Mias Harper, ris
ing, with an ominous toss of her head.
"Then, if you really mean to swindle
, "Miss Harper!"
"If you really mean to swindle us,"
severely repeated Ann Azalea, "I may
as well stop in at the constable's on my:
way back and put on tho distraint a"t
Mrs. Moore clasped her thin hands
in a sort of nervous horror.
If poor Mabel, who had gone out so
buoyantly to carry home her little par
cel of finished work, should return and
find the minions of the law in posses
sion! . 1
"lam a selfish creature." aha tVM
herself, "to prefer my own inclination
to dear May's happiness!"
Aud so she told Ann AznW with
burst of tears, that the screen should bo
hers. m .
"I will send it to yourin the even
log," said she, fiteously.
"If you'll iust wrap a bit of brown
paper around it. Til take it now," sug-
f;esied Miss Harper, who believed firm
y in the ancient adage of the "bird in
tho hand being worth two in the bush."
And so the scarlet flamingo was car
ried away in the triumphant arras of
Miss Ann Azalea Harper.
"After all." soliloquized she, "I got it
for absolutely nothing. For pa said the
old mahogany bookcase he took ol
them was worth a third more than the
rent they owed; and any one but a
fool like that whimpering little Mrs.
Moore would have known it perfectly
; well. And I'm sure it'll suit Aunt
; Hepsy to a T!"
I While poor Mrs. Moore, sobbing bit
terly before the empty place where her
! beloved screen had stood, felt as if all,
I the sweet associations of her early
youth had been wrenched away.
. "Mother dear mother! why are you
crying?" questioned Mabel, hurrying
into the room. "Is your neuralgic
headache worse? , Oh mother! where
is the old screen? I have brought
Miss Milman to see you about it. She
says she will give you thirty dollars
for it, if-" J
"I have sold it," said Mrs. Moore;
"for ten dollars. ' To our landlord's
daughter. Or rather I have let her
take it away in payment for the balance
of the rent we owed them."
"She has doceived you mother!"
cried Mabel, coloring up with honest
indignation. "We owed her not a
single cent! Oh. dear mother, if I had
only been at home!'
Miss Milman, a stout, short, grizzlo
hoaded lady, stood still, in the centre of
me room, looking sharply about her.
"Don't fret, Alice Mooro," said she.
"Tears never yet did any good. You
may depend upon It, this woman's
cruel deceit will yet reooil upon her
own head. What is your landlord's
"Harper," said Mrs. More. "Ebe
"Oh!" said Miss Milman.
'And then she went away.,
'"I think she grows more eccentric
every day," said May, looking after the
retreating figure ef the stout lady.
"Rich ponplo have a right to be ec
eenlrln if tim nl.alil .i.i.aJ .-
,w .. y (.iv. kid, oil; ueu mis
wore, still looking at the empty
where the screen had once stood.
"Dear Aunt Hepsy," said Ann
lea, radiantly, "I've come to wis!
a" - ' W "IOI1 IUU
many happy returns of your birthday.
Anu jiere s a uttio present, the satin
screen I promised you."
, . "Kh?" said Aunt Hopsy.
4 ,7 work," said Ann Azalfa.
"And I do so hope you'll like It."
' "Humph!" commented tho old lady.
it '. v5 S'?r'f!d.dy nd n'Kt to got it
, finlshod," said Ann Azalea?' fervently. '
, "Ann Ajsaloa," said the old lady,
auddonly becoming Inspired with some
degree of animation; - "whore do you
; oxpoot to go to when you die?"
, ' P.nr u,nV' "W Ann AZ(vlea, ,,"!
don't in the loast understand you!"
"Bocaimti you' are telling a perfect'
tissue of lies, each oue more outratreoui
r , ..M,,HMHIM.IIHiIMIM(.,
, -- a
Iaaaj , , , ,(.
aTlnfan ?ir-i Vii 'L m
than the other," said wis , painfully
frank old lady. "The screen isn't your
own work at alL The satin was paint
ed by an old school-friend of mine, fif
ty odd yearn ago. You cheated her out
of it, the day before yesterday, by a
regular niece of swindling that would
have disgraced a mock auctioneer.
And now vou may go and carry it back
to her-Mrs. Moore, No. 7 Lilac Court
with my compUments. And, Ann Aza
lea" lad6' aUDt'" "aitl the deoct6(l vounS
"You needn't trouble to come back
here again. If I adopt an heiress it
must be some one who is pure, and
good, and truthful not such a one a
you! And I'm rather disposed to think
that it shall be Mabel Moore."
And so Miss Ann Azalea Harper's
? rand scheme resulted In utUjr failure,
he screen was borne ignominiously
back, and Mabol Moore is now her
aunt's adopted darling. And Papa
Harper, instead of tenderly consoling
Lis daughter, says gruffly:
"It's all your own fault!"
"Talking about those times right af
ter the war,"said Senator Vest, the oth-!
er day. "we certainly did have a branch
establishment of hell down in Shreve- '
port. Such a reign of terrorism I nev
er saw and never expect to witness
again., Tho town was held by colored
troops. There were about ten thous.
and bales of cotton there at tho time,
and orders had hoen unnri i.mUi
smoking on tho strcoU. Some ot our
men, through force of habit, had for
gotten the order, and some three or
four had been shot down in nni.i ki,.,i
for having a cigar in their mouths.
"One day, as a New Orleans packet
came up to the wharf. I saw M-iin,.
Dufiie of the Lost C lion nna rt
bravest devils that ever breathed, and
he was evidently going to land. I no
ticed that he Was nmrL-inr oa i,
stepped ashore, and I took the first
chance to inform him of tho
He lanched. and rh'kI n n.k.,.i
That'll do well enough to play on boys
mm um women; otii ii won too on me, .
Vest.' I cautioned him agajn, feelintr
sure that there would he imnhi, ;n
camp if any of thoso darkey sentinels
ouvuiu OUtP UllUa
ing all the time, and rrnl. atnnruraii
enough, till suddenly a biff neirro
stepped out from behind a corner and
leveling his musket about five feet
from Duflle's bead, .observed, 'Drop dat
cigahr Duffle surveyed the muzzle of
that instrument about a second and a
half, and then he dropped. 'Tramp
out de spahksr was order number two,
tke musket meanwhile keeping its un
pleasant position. Duflle tramped.
'Tramp out dose uddah spahks,' amln
commanded the darkey. 'Dat's
enough. Now you kin move along.'
"1 was an amused observer of this
episode, but had nothing to say till we
got off a few feet, when I meekly
asked. 'Duffie, take a fresh cigar?' I
don't think he was favorably impressed
with the personal liberty in and around
Shreveport; but I tell you, gentlemen,
there is more solid argument in a load
ed gun than in all the decisions of the
siijirenio court." Washington Vapi.
Warner's Safe Kidney anil Liver Cure.
Deaf as a Post.
Mrs. W. J. Lanff. Iiethanv. Onr . afalea
a,,- mi ,
ior niteen months she was troubled
with a disease in the ear, causing entire
(eaini'BS. in ten minutes after nuimr
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, she found relief, and
in a snort time she was entirely cured and
iMT Hearing restore",, raui U. Hcnuli, Agt
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall. Bini?hamton. N. Y
writes: "I suffered for several mnnlha with
a dull pain through left lung and should
era. I lost mv points. annrtit
and could with difficulty keep up all day
oiy uiouier procured some JJurdock Blood
Hitters; I took them as directed, and have
felt no pain sincu first week alter using
them, and am now quito well.'' Price
1 1. IK), trial sizolOccnta.
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mv i.,iiniijr vwurv ui nivanuuur cuumy, aiaio ol llll
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i oiiuj, .lamits m. uraiir. f.mnia Uralir, Allr.a Oral
Mary I rait, Klr.aria r'lncb. John Gnriw
luaeph Godwin and Thomas J. OralR, euardisn of
l.ulu ,l. and William J . Atlirloo,i're donindauta,
I. Iliiiuudvraliitird.aaaucb aduilnlstraloraforaaald,
will proccrd to null tho south imat qiiartur of the
siiiilli wst quarter of suction tiumbtir twcnty ali
(.tt) aud tin" wnat half of th north ast quarter and
thueaat bnlf nf th north woat ntiartor of suction
naniNr iblriy-flve all In (ownahip nuinhor
nrtccn (l.'O aoiMh raiiito tiumbor two ('!), witat of tbe
llin thltd irliiriial marlrtlan, In Alexandnr
rnuniT, stalo o( llilnola, on Thtiraduy, 8pt!inlHr
flmt 1HHI, at elevrn o'clock In tho forcnonn, at Ihn
railroad station housn lu "Ilodjtd I'ark," In said
county, The toruia of sslo are one-half eaab down
and ibeolbur ball In one year with six psreent In
trri'st, suciirsdhv note and inortiiR on p'imlra
sold. And st tba sania time and placo, the umlcr
signed as such administrator, will soil at public
shIh Hid following duarrlnud lots In shu town of
"HodH'is Park,' lu said cotintv, namely I Lot num
ber sevon (1) in block number four (4); lots num
bers four aud sis (A) snd () In block number Sva
(h); lots number four H) ard
right fH) In hlork number sit
(H); lots numbers elghtiR) and tun (10), In block
number snen (7); lot numbei elcht (H) In block
number fourteen (14); lot number seven (7) In
block number fifteen (15): lots numbers one (1)
and tbres (U) In block uuraliur aavanleen; lot num
ber (lve(A) In block number twenty-one (VI): lot
number six () In block number twoiity two (U2), In
purntianrs of decree and order of said county court
inado and entered at Ibo July tonn thereof, A, D.,
1 HSU, In a certain case wherein tho aame parties
above named were plaintiff sud defendants, Halri
bus to bs sold on tha sain terms as shove sped.
0ed, except where the sale la for a sum not ei
reeiitna ten dollars ; the same must be nald at tha
tiros of the purchase. Maid sales are to bo made
for the purpose in paying aoois or the said estate
July 26, 1881. Administrator, etc.
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! Sold by all Draggiste.
Go to PAUL 0. BCHU1I, Drugt,
pounds- price 15 a?ta" D ility
. used and approved by the leading PHYSI-
KlAXli ot JSUKUJP and AMKICA.
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For sale by C. W. Uendersoii, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BROADWAY NeV'YOEK
, Surplus, 17,500,000;
i The Equitable life 'Assurance
And thereby to popularize life
W.N, CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
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