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Mre.J.O. noheruon, Pittahiire, Pa., write: "I
wm uffurlnff from irmieral debility, want of ap
petite, constipation, etc., olhat I ) f v;m a burden;
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B. Glbb. of Buffalo, N. Y.. write: "Your Bur
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llvor nd klrtnev a, have been alirnally marked with
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a friend of mine stiiruriUK from dropny, tun e fleet
Bruce Turner, Kochter. N. Y., write: "I
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nry and unable to attend to bualne; Bnrdock
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K. Aaenlth Hall, Hlntjhamton, N. Y. wrltea: "I
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boulder Lost mv aplrlta. apiielilu ami color, and
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Mr. Noah Bata, Elmlrn.N. Y., write. "About
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nevur fully recovered. Mvdlfrratlre organ were
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Kit. Ire Mnlholland, Alhanv.N.Y., wrltea: For
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loa headache, dyspepsia and complaint pe
culiar to tnv evx. Since using your Burdock
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"K. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnola "
Yon tK'lia in the (tcnple, ring, ring out your
How many aor-vor thov bo,
And lot thn brown meadow-lark'i note aa be
Come over, crae over to me.
Tet blrd'i clearest carol by fall or by (welling,
No mairlcal aenafl convey.
And twlli have toigotiun their old art of tell
log Tbo fortune of future days.
"Turn again, turn again," once they rtwg
Whllo a boy lUtonnl alone:
Mrtdo bis heart yearn again, aiming so wearily
All by htin-M'lf on a atone.
I'lxir bi'lbtl 1 forgive you; your good dayi are
And mine they are yet to be;
No listening, no longing ebali aught, augtt
You leave the atory to mc.
The foxglove shoots out of the green matted
rropttrinn her hood of annw;
Kbe waa plio, ami slept till tbe aunshlny
O, children tke long to grow.
I with, and I wUh that tbe spring would go
Nor long turamer bide o late:
And I could grow on like the foxglove and
For some things are III to alt.
I wnlt for the dny when dear heart ah all dli-
While deHr hand are laid on my bead:
"Tbo cbild la woman, tbe book mayoloM
For all the leaaons are laM."
I wait for my atory the bird cannot ling It,
Not one m bo ait on a tree;
The Ix'iin cannot ring It, but long years, O
Such at I wlib It to be.
Jean I no blow.
THE 0RPHAS3' FEIOD.
We kept a littlo variety Bhop, Sister
Margio and I, the profit of which was
quite m small as the wares we sold.
Hut then, we had no reut to pay, own
ing the small, brown, old-fashioned
house in which we lived, and which
looked strangely out of place among
the stately-looking modern dwellings
that crowded up against it on either
side, quite putting it out of countenance
by their superior height and appear
ance. (Jrandfather built it when the place
was new and ho a young man, and
when all that brick and mortar wero
verdant fields and well-kept gardens,
dotted here and there by bouses as few
and modest as his own.
Ho owned a largo farm, and was con
sidered a wealthy man for those days;
but acre after acre had been sold until
nothing was left except the house in
which my father had been bom, and
which was the only inheritance of his
children. Hut we made the most of it,
Margio and I, as you will see.
I hurdlv think wo should have dared
to do sucii a thing while father lived,
who would have considered It a sort of
sacrilege; but soon after his death we
turned tho front part of the house into
a shop, with show-windows, which
opened out upon tho street, in which
to display the articles we kept for sale.
This was a matter of necessity rather
than choice, it being all that I could do
nt home; and I could not leave Margie.
Poor Margie wn a cripple; she had re
ceived a fall wln-n only four years old,
and had never walked since.
.Shu had been u great care to mo for
many a year, but never a burden. She
was so thoughtful, patient, and cheer
ful that, in the event of our separation,
1 think I should have niinsed her justjas
much n.s sho would mo.
She was very useful, too; lying all
dav on the lotingo in our little sitting
room, her hand wero never idle,
crocheting tidies, mats, mittens, and
edging, and doing various kinds of
fancy-work, for which I found salo in
the shop, and though tho prlco asked
was only moderately in excess of the
cost of material, it helped us not alitllo.
Margio kept all tho itccouuts, and
having a clearer head than I, and a
knowledge, or rather intuition, of char
acter that was wonderful, considering
how secluded her life had been, 1 never
thought of taking any step without
Welivod very quietly, having fow
acquaintances, and 110 near friend or
relntivo except John.
John was luy lover, and no girl ever
had ono more kind and truo. IU was
poor in worldly goods, but oht 10 rich
in goodness and manly worth.
lie might have seumod plain to thosa
who knew him not I cannot tell how
ho looked to other eyes but there was
more than beauty to mo in that frank
honest faco, and in the big brown
hands that wore so strong ana helpful.
We had boon ongagoa ever sinco I
was citfhtoon I was twonty-lhrco now
and 110 nearer to being married, as I
could sen, than we worn five years bo
.fore. 13.it still wo loved and hoped on.
John had a widowed and infirm moth
er, and I Margie; and though she was
anything but burdensome to me, I
could uoi think of adding any further
DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING,
weight to the hands that woio full
Trade not being very brisk during
the summer, Margie and I decided to
eko out our slender income by letting
the room ovor the shop. It was low,
and the slant of the roof on ono side
and big chimney made it full of queer
nooks and corners. The furniture was
old, being some that grandfather had
when ho was married; but with tho
holp of John, who could spare me an
hour or two in the evonings, I furbished
it up so that it looked very well.
hy dint of piecing and contriving. I
covered the door with a noat carpet,
the bed and windows were draped with
white, and some pretty prints hung up
on the wall, and on tho wholo I was
very well satisfied with tho result of
When all was done, John wrote a
notice: "Itoom to let; Inquire within."
But though I placed it in the shop win
flow, where it could be plainly seen
from the street, nearly three weeks
passed, and we had only two appli
cants for the room, and from persons
who otly looked at it, and then went
One morning, as I was dusting the
counter and putting tho shop to rights,
I saw a queer-looking, oddly-dressed
old man standing in front of the win
dow, his eyes fixed upon the notice,
and his moving lips slowly syllabifying
He wore shoes with big buckles on
them, and a snuff-colored coat, with
short waist and long skirts, and which
looked as if it might have been bis
But the oddest thing about him was
tbe long white hair which fell upon his
shoulders, and tbe heavy board of the
samo color which touched his breast.
A broad-brimmed hat completed his
quaint, Quaker-like appearance.
The door being ajar, before I had
time to lay aside my duster, he was at
He stared at me for some moments
without speaking, and then pointing to
the notice with his cane, said:
"Will thee let me look at it?"
Inwardly hoping that this application
would not share the fate of those that
had preceded it, I led the way upstairs.
To my groat relief, our prospective
lodger, far from objecting to the slop
ing roof and old-fashioued furniture,
seemed to regard them with positive
feelings of interest and admiration.
"It is like the chamber I used to
sleep in wlien I was a boy," he said, as
he looked around, and speaking more
to himself than me.
As I wanted Margio to see him be
fore I decided, I took him down through
the sitting-room where she lay.
"This gentleman thinks of taking
our room, sister," I said as she glanced
up at us.
"If within my means," interposed
the stranger. "I am a poor man.
Margie s clear, soft, penetrating
eyes were quietly reading the face of
the speaker. What she saw seemed
satisfactory, for sho nodded in reply to
my questioning look.
In spite of his threadbare apparel, he
looked so thoroughly respectable that I
was half ashamed of the question I was
compelled to put:
"1 suppose you have references.sir?"
"No; all are dead who might speak
for ino if they could. You will have to
take me on trust."
1 looked at Margie again, who, giv
ing me anoiner nou. saiu:
"Perhaps tho gentleman will moution
what, he feels able to pay?"
i he stranger did so, adding:
"I am poor and cannot pay one pen-
The sum named, though not large,
was more than what we were intending
to ask, as I told him.
The old man frowned and shook his
"Thee shouldn't have told mo that
I have half a mind to give thee no
Then counting out upon tho table
tho amount he had stated, he pushed it
toward me, adding:
"My name is Thomas. I will bo
here to-morrow morning with all my
The traps mentioned consisted of an
old-fashioned hair-trunk, and a large
chest, the latter being mainly filled
We were not long in finding out that
our lodger was very odd, though his
oddities were of the most iunocont and
Ho asked me to substitute u patch
work quilt for tho white coufuerpano
on his bed; and spent a wholo day rum
aging auction rooms to find some old
fashioned chintz to take the place of
the pretty muslin curtains on which I
had spent so much time and labor. I
had taken a rocker for him from tho
sitting-room, but spying, ono day, an
old leather bottomed chair that had be
longed to my grandfather, ho asked me
to e?,change with him, which I was
voiy glad to do.
"Not long aftor, a chest of drawers,
that was my grandfather's, found its
way back to its old placo, together with
the quaint brass-mounted mirror that
always hung over it.
So that, at last, the room looked very
much as it did beforo we re-arranged it
with so much euro and labor.
John ami 1 had a quiet laugh ovor it,
but so long as it suited its prcsout oc
cunaut, we did not mind.
It was Margie who first suggested
that we invito him to take tea with us
ono day, when we had sonio unusual
delicacy early strawberries, I think.
"Ho must bo very lonely, poor man!"
said my gentlo-hearted Bistor. "Per
haps he doesn't have enough to eat?
He spoke about being poor, you know."
After this, ho dropped in occasional
ly in tho evening, bringing some new
maga,ino or paper, ami reading to us
aa we sat at work. Finally.it bocamo
an established custom with him to tako
tea with us twice, and sometimes throo
tlruos a week; frequently inviting him
self, though we always knew he was
coming by the advont of the market
boy with a liboi al supply of provisions,
all of tho best quality.
This troubled Margie's tender con
science, and sho romonstratod with him
"It Is wrong," ho said, with agravo
oun. . IUO nuMi, l m ft por Ulft0.
and ought to be more nnnlunt '
He and John wore apparently on tho
uotn in vuruis, yoi ue was always find'
inc fault with him to mo.
"To think of his taking the entire
charge of his mother, when sho has
other childieu. and Bonding money to
L'ia brother's widow!" nt said to me one
Now, I could never endure the slight
est reflection upon John, and I defend
ed him with a spirit and indignation
that seemed to amuse Mr. Thomas not
"With thy protty face and ways, thoe
ought to do hotter, Kutb," ho resumod,
when I paused for want of breath.
"Not but what John is good enough,
but he's poor. I' ve heard that thee re
fused Mr. Hart, who is worth a million.
What mado thee do such a foolish thing
aa that, child?"
'Because I didn't lovoMr. Hart; and
I do lovo John."
Tho silence that followed mado me
glanco up at my companion, who had
turned towards tho door. It was grow
ing dusk, and the face was partly avert-
ed, but I was almost sure that tho eyes
wore full of tears.
In tho early spring lie was knocked
down by a runaway horse, sustaining
somo internal injury from which he
John and I took turns in nursing him;
it was pleasant, afterwards, to remem
ber that he wanted for nothing.
John, Margio and I wero there. He
had been lying in a stupor for some
hours; dow ho roused himself and be
gan to talk, startling us not a little by
his strange expressions.
"I was born in this room," he said,
glancing around; "and I shall die
Thinking his mind was wandering, I
laid my hand gently on his.
"Thee hast thy mother's namo, Ruth,
and her kind heart as well, but thy
eyes are like thy father's. Ho has been
here, thanking mo for providing for
his orphan girls. This was our room
when we were boys. Dear old Joe! be
fore tho dawning of another day we
John and I looked at each other in
wondering awe. Two years before I
had stood by my father's dying bed;
was it the same mysterious shadow that
made their faces look so strangely like?
The dying man continued:
"Thy father and I were brothers.
Did he never speak to thee of his broth
er Tom, who forsook home and coun
try because a girl, as false as fair, broke
her plighted troth to wed a richer suit
or? You have both been very kind to
t he poor old man who camo to you a
stranger. I have not forgotten it, as
the papers in my desk will show."
An examination of tho papers allud
ed to not only proved that my poor
uncle spoke truly, but that he died in
the possession of bonds and stock to
the amount of twenty thousand dollars;
"to bo divided equally" so ran the
few lines that comprised his will "be
tween his two nieces, Kutb and Marga
Of course, John and I married. His
mother and Margie live with us, and a
happier homo it would be hard to find.
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CATABBH, HKU0EEH0ID8, Etc. Alto for
. Conebi, Colds, Sore Throat, Cronp
JtfTrj them. 25 and 8fj cent lixea
CBAD MED A I. AT THE POILADiXPHIA gw..a. I v a. jua.
MILYEJl HEOAL AT THta TAMU EXPOt)ITION. COLGATE & COH.Y,
For sale hy C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
GET THE BEST !
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Every Style & Price.
Improvements ani Conveniences found In
Far Sale In Every City and Town
in the United State.
SPECIAL ASSKSSMKNT NnTlfB.Sl'KCIAL
WAUKANT NO. 1.
Public notlco I hi'rohy nlvcn that tho county
court of Alexander county ha rendered juilKinent
for a special HKneHKini'iil upon property henelHled
by the following Improvement, via: 'I he conxtruc
tlon anil recnnKtruc.l Ion of atilewulka in block num
ber I, 2. 8, 4. ., HI. M. IK. 17.S7. t!Vfl, :ll, H.
41, i 41,41. 4li. 1IT. IS. 4(1. SO. M. trl. M.
8, fill, 70, 75 city or Cairn.
Illocke ft, 1, IT,, 17, Ik, 81, 44, Z', 20, Hit, 50,
M. 75, tl,H4, in tho Klrxt addition to the city or
t.'nlro, ami hlnck I in theaecond addition to tho city
of Cairo, aa will more fully apin-ar Iroin thecerllfleil
ropy 01 me jtmunient on nio in tlio oltlca or tho
city clerk of tho cltv of Cairo that awarrmit. fur Ihn
collection of audi HKeKKineiiH I in tho hand of
inn urirteralt-ncd. All person Intimated ara here
by no tilled tn call and pay the, amount snced,nt
i no coiiecior oinco at I ho Aicxanilertouniy Hank
wmitu miny nuys ol uie nam nerKoi.
THOMAS, f. KEKTII,
City Treasurer nnd Kx-ottlclo City Collector
Dated, thin liMh diiy of Annum,
Public notice! horeby (jlven Unit on the VMh
dayol Heptumher, A, 1. 1 mk I , at H jirlnKflold, 111.,
an application will ho miidu to tlio Ilnnornhl Hhel
hy M . Cnllom, an Kovernor ol'thii atnta of Illlnola
to have tho enteuc of .leme K. Mcl.onifhry, who
at tho.luly turm.A. 1. IKTI), oflhe A lexamler coun
ty circuit court waa eiitena;il to tho ponitnmlary
at .Toilet, III., for the term of twelve year, lor the
ollonaeof hurulary, commuted. When and where
any puraon opposed to aald commutation can ap
pear and resist sitld application If bu sues 111 ao to
Baled (hi '.Nth dayor AiieiiHt. a. h iwi.
.1AM KS K, Mi I.OUOlIHY,
lly ANt.1'8 L.KEK.
Hkn.i. F. OnArroN, Stout B. Imdd
Hamirht K. Painr.
Lalo Commllonut of Patent n,
r-AlNE, GRAFTON Jb LADD,
Attorney at l.aw and Hollcltora of America and
412 FIFTn STREET, WASniNUTON.D. O.
rraetlc patent law In all tta branches In the
Patent Office, and In tho Supreme and Circuit
Conrt of the United Htatv. Pamphlet aent tree
on aecaipi oi 'rup tor poitae,
Article from par
VateUne nch aa
Pomade Viae lis a,
aaelint Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lea.
Vaseline Toilet Boapa,
Aa ajrreeable form of tak
ing Vueline internally.
a fuaiim a im
and Diphtheria, ote
of ail oar good.
OPENED JINE FIRST.
H la ituatA In Pope County, Illinois. In a spur
of the Ozark Mountains, hair way between Vienna
and Uolconda. lu
'Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCR IN ABUNDANCE. The table la epread
1 With .11 th H..II..BM,a nt .1,. fTi .
" " " ' " . . . v. . n w, .11 o Bosnjii, All
wauTK are mineral. appetiaiUK ana health clTing,
and their beneficial effect are felt Immediately.
I'ulillr nnllen U h,.h. nl.. .1... !
, ... " j .ii., iu uurpumuc
nC .11 flrilAF nn.l niirv.tu mm.A. mrt A . I k j i
the county court of Alexander county. tate of 11-
lln..la a..l.K . ........ . a ....(.'
iu, nmum vorm iuen-iii, inot, in a certain
cauae wherein thn undersigned a ad mlnlBtrator
or the natate or William O'Callahan. deceased, and
aiimiiiiairwar un me win annexed or Richard
O Ca lahan, dceaed. waa petitioner and Thoma
O Callahan, Adallne Kcnnlaton and Alfred Math
w were derndant. the iindttrlxed will, on
" i uiivnunj , uiu tin liny oi oepiemner, a. o ibel,
at tho hour oflwn n'rliu-k n n, iv, r.... ' j... '
. 7 " f - "... . luv .."lib
of the court houe In Cairo, In aald county, offer
n'vne oiKniiai niauer lorcaan in band, lota
number foor (4) in block nnmher forty (40) in ald
city nr Cairo, and lot number aevon (7) Id block
number nineteen (19), and lot number forty-two
(42) In block nnoabur twenty (80), both to the Firet
addition to said city of Cairo
Cairo, 111., Ain,niat,82, IrtHl. Adinlnlatrator. etc.
MUTUAL AH) SOCIETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
utual Aid Society,
Orcnultcd Julv llth, lA77,Uutlar the Lawi o
the .tatenfIlMiiniH. CopvrightedJnly
II, 11177, Under Act of Coiirrf.
i. . scinin..,
J, A. ,MHT1NK
,1. J. UOKDON
II. I.KIdHTON. I,, h. THOMAS.
J , 0. WHITE, W.F. P1TCUKK, J
J, o. McUAIIKY. '
William HI ration, of Htratton A Bird, wkntu.u
Krocors; Paul U. Hchuh, wboleaaleand retail drag
&ipi; niinu i.Tiiiiuii, cnmiuiaiion mercnani; Jaa.
. Mcllahey, hunlier dealers i, J, Gordon, phye
Iclati; J. A. Uoldatlne, ofUoldetlne ft Uoaea water.
Hiltnl....!. mnA B.ult Am ... I - . ...
nuuin.,1, wiiu mini ui j iwiuh, hm-.j nin.r, r ucn
er, genernl airent; Heury U. Ellla, city printer and
book binder; Chealcy llaynea, Cooper; Jno. C.
wiiue, ani am aecrciary ana eollcltor: Albert
bowl, ni-aiorinnourana Brain; r. Bros, preal.
dent Alexander t'ountv Hank; U. W. Ilendrick.
contractor and builder; Cvrnt Cloe, trenerai
aKuui, i iiKinn i.nwia, aecruiary ana aiierfley i
law; I,, tt, Thoma, broom mannfactttrer: W. K
lluaael, contractor and builder; O. T, Rndd
airnntO. Hi, L. AN. O. railaoad;Mosi Phllllp,cr-
lienier; ii. a. unumniey, eontracinr, airo, in..
Hoe. ,1. 'Jpenctir, eleruvman.Ht Iul, Mo.; J. H. '
Hutlume, circuit clerk, Ml!ippl county, Charlee
ton, Mo.; J. II. Moore , lawrer, Commerce, Mo ;
,x. HlURletarv, phvalrlan, Arllnrton, Ky.; i. W.
', arry, phvalclan, Ktilton, Ky. ; Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.;A. Stelnbach, manutacturur of tad-. .
dlorv, Kvansvlllo, Ind.;lke Anderaon, eretary
to uperlntendent 0 Ht. L. A N O. railroad. Jack
aou, Tenn iJ. R. Kohtrtaon, phyatclan, White
?lll, Tinn l Thnma A. Uehnrn, hma maker,
Bolivar, Tn. j Wm. U. Walker, "DUte Ad
tiilUKAKvnfj, BolW HprlBs,Mkl.
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