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THE OA1LY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1881.
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Br AHNIX S. r. AR50LD,
Among the surveyor klllnd below El Paso by
the Apaebcs, on thoaith of June of Inst Hum
tner, wa Guy Leavltt, of thin State. He was a
Soungumn of promise, and curried tho lovol In
le party. Indiana Papers.
The lHtnp-Ilfrht, g-loamlng; yellow, falls
On pletiirod fonn and faoe;
Xbu huly In hor ciiwy-ehair,
Bways with a quiet irruoe,
And homo's sweot spirit. Binding, bonds
Two singor on tho sofa nit.
And touch tho liirht guitar;
Tho long, low, lulling song tbey sing
Tvlls not of soonos afar
They sing of homo, and all the room
Grows radiant, like a tftar.
The Indy, swaying slowly still.
Bits, with br brooding eyos:
For her tho lljrht fade ill inly out,
For hor the munlo dies,
Aud tbo wlXJ plains, old M ex loo,
, iiofore her vision rise.
6he boos a band drive stoadlly
Across the sandy space,
And some nro routrh and dark, may bo,
lint one Is fair of face.
Ho wours aoroM bis manhood's front
His uiutbur's sunny irrauo.
The shadows thicken as thoy go,
Ucncath tho dark'nltiK dome,
And silent sits the fiilr-l'aoed boy,
For teem Iniff ancles como
Be on his level loans his band,
And dreams, perchance, of homo.
Of Home 1 Ah, God 1 that savair n yoll I
Those (raunt forms, murder-black.
That, skulking on their putu, now break:
In thunder on their truck I
01 now no moro those dreams of homo,
And now no looking back I
Tim sudden, desperate dash for life;
Tbe high, brave look at death,
The Quick revulvor's deadly crash
And now tbe cuded breath;
And night Is over everything
Around, above, beneath.
Then swiftly outward through the night
Tbe dov41-orms arc whirled, '
E'en Tb!'. the dreadful carnage-smoke ,
Upon tbo air Is curled,
And dead, eternal silence falls
In horror on tbe world.
M0! God; who olts't forevermore,
Upon thy cloudy throne,
Wrt, In thino awful nutno. must they
Thus dlo tli' nj nil alone!'1
The song is done. In silence stlU
The sad heart makes its moan.
US LOVE WAS TEUE.
It was a September moruing, clear
and sweet, and cool. I was leaning
half way out of my parlor window
nailing up Home stray rod roses that
bad drooped with their own weight of
sweetness aud beauty from tbo Wall, so '
that should a bigh wind or heavy rain
come up they were in danger of being
broken. I was very careful of my last
Surumor was over now thoso queens
of tbo garden bad not much longer to
reign; I could count tbo buda even
now; there uero no more tbau a dozen
to opou yet, and it had always been my
pride to have roses still in bloom until
quite fur in October.
Wby? Oil, well, I was a lonely wo
man, witb few tender hduiiui tics, and
Bucli a one will always feed bcr heart
on whims and fancies. Wives havo
their husbands, mothers bavo their
children, to tako pride in. I was a
lonely old maid, you see; a pet dog aud
a few sweet red roses sufficed for me.
Was Ibere no other reason why thoso
roses wove so doar? Ah, yes; though
. only my own beart know it, thoy rcpro
eobted tbe one sweet, delusive love
dream of my lif. For to all womanly
women love will come; t such as I ouly
as a bright, unattainable dream; to
others happier, more favoiod bearla
as a precious and glorious reality.
Ned Hilton bad planted this rose tree
ton years ago, on tbo ni&bt before ho
Wo had been schoolfellows and
frionds through all our lives, but I bad
never realized with what manner of
love I loved him until bo was going
away. Even then tho knowledge
brought me only an increase of sorrow
for Ned thought of mo but as a sister,
I was sure; so many bl ighter, prettier,
oungor girls would Lave smiled upon
I wasn't a bright or pretty irirl by
any means; I bad a brown nkiii, and
big, dark eyes "saucer eves" Nod hlru
sulf, when wo woro children, bad often
I was qulot and dotnuro in my ways,,
which ma'lo mo seem older than my
twenty years; and, because I distrusted
tny own power to please, and whs pain
fully conscious of my lack of beauty, 1
wo any, mm eouiu never learn those
pretty, winning, self-iissertive ways
ny wuieh other girls
h other girls commanded adtulr
I was cut out for an old maid, pooplo
said, aud Nod had said so mun v a time,
'fbad grown at last, somewhat sadly
but rosijrnodly, to believe it.
Ilut when 1 hoard that ho was going
away, tho salt and savor Beemed buI
, denly tukeu but of life.
My brother aud Mend-how should
Hive without him P 1 said nothing to
anyone of my sorrow, however, but
made my rnoan in secret. Not for
world would I havo aad anyono guess
Low bitter a moan It was, and when ho
come to tell ma himself of that which
; M yet I only know from others, that an
: Uncle offered him opportunities thoro
..uu uoits coma not be bis, I manngod
to smile cheerfully and talk of bis pros
pecu in my usual tono, although at tho
thought that in a few davs the ocean
would roll between us, my heart soemod
really breaking. ,
My composure deceived oven, him,
and surprised him too. He looked at
, 'Don't you care, Milly?" ho said re
proachfully. 'Such old and truo frionds
as we have been, and don't you care
for parting from mop" ,
But when I tried to siullo up at him
and sav quiotly,- "Why, of course I shall
miss you, Ned" when I tried to say
this ho saw tho tears that would como
into my eyes, and smiled and took my
hand and kissed it, without my saying
even a word.
"It won't bo for long," ho said cheer
fully and conlidently. "That's ono
comfort. Don't forget mo, Milly."
And then ho fell into doop thought,
still bidding my hand, and never seemed
to think about an answer. And 1,
watching him, aud thrilling becauso ho
hail kissed my band 1 began to dream
1 wasn't handsomo nor particularly
clever, I knew. Was it possiblo that
Nod cared for mo as I now know I
cared for him, beyond all the world be
side? Was love, bis love, to bo mino
somo dav? Life grow to bo quite an
other thing with that bopo to brighten
it a thing as sweet, and beautiful, and
fair as these red roses.
lie planted tho roso treo a littlo slip
only on tho evening when be bade mo
"Nurse it carefully," ho suid, "for
my sake, Milly. In throe or four sea
sons when it climbs up to vour bedroom
window, and is laden with flowers, I
phsll bo bark again. And, Milly, doar,
for old acquaintance sake, promise mo
ono thing don't got married till I como
And with a heart strangely torn by
love and grief I promised biui.
Ten years ago!
Tho rod roses had climbed to my bed
room window long ago, and for tho first
few yortrs my hopes bad budded aud
died, just like tho flowers.
The only dilleronce was that the red
roses bloomed to sweet perfection ero
thoy died, while my hopes on which
tho bliglit of absence and forgetfulness
had fallen withered and porishod in
After tho first two years I hoard no
moro of Ned. and gradually I learned
to submit, as timo went on, to tho inev
itable fiat of fate. Ned's liking for mo
bad been liking only not love. t
My life was to bo a lonely one.
It would havo been lonoly indood
but for bright May, my pretty, darling
sister, She was my junior by twelve
years, and mother, dying, bad given
lier to my care.
Tho cottage was ours, and moro than
enough to live upon very cozily so that
life was ensy and peaceful enough
I had almost forgotten that doar old
lovo dream or at loast I had outlived
the pain of it and in May's young
beauty of eighteen I was living my owi
youth over again.
I seldom gave a tear to tbe lost hopoi
of ten years ago; but, if I did, such
tears were apt to fall on my red roses.
The roses often mado mo sad. Ofteu
est in ,tho autumn days, wton I real
ized that tho reijrn of their beauty, like
that of my hopes, was ending.
At such times I was olton weak;
enough to give them kisses as well hs
tears what matterP No ono in tho
wide world knew tho reason.
May camo dancing merrily up tho
lano and in at tho garden gate, calling
to mo nil the time:
"Let thoso beloved red roses go," she
cried; "somebody wants you, Milly."
And I turned, quite leisurely, ns a
man's stop sounded besido mo and
thore stood my dear old friend, Nod
Tbo shock stunned mo. I don't know
how I weloomod him, or if 1 welcomed
him at all, or if it seemed to bnu that
I was glad to soo bim. There was a
certain constraint upon him, I saw, and
when May left us ho spoko moro of Iter
of her beauty andgraco, than of him
self or mo; that was what mado mo sud
denly and sternly remind hvysolf that
ho was only my dear old friend, and
that while M:iy was a boauty and eight
een, I was what ho bad long sinco fore
told for mo an old maid indeed, for I
It was well that I remembered it in
time. Tho old fond lovo woke up in
my heart with such overpowering an
guish of longing that had it not been
for that thought, at tho very first, he
might havo seen how much I lovod him.
Oil, how much my pride rejoiod that I
had not betrayed mysolf, when beforo
ho had been in tho villago a week ho
spoko to me about his wife.
llo had opened a branch of his uncle's
house in the city near by, ho told mo,
and the oil Hilton homestead being his
owu, ho desired to make it his residence..
"Ho was quite sure bU wife would liko
it better than tho city," be added quiet
ly, as quietly as if his words had
not dealt mo a heart-stab worse thun
It seemed so cruel, so hard I had
loved hira so well in tho by-gono days,
had built (and seon ruined) such hopes
upon his truth, hud sutlered such long
heart-sickness and pain, and had sot
tied down at last into a cold, monoto
nous contentmont, as far romovod from
lovo and bliss as it was from passion
and pain. Wby coujdn't ho have left
mo' to this cold poacofulnoss? Why
should ho come back Into my life onco
moro, to mnko duty and peace impossi
ble? Tho homo of lovo which onco I
hoped to share with him could never bo
now; but noed ho havo como hereto
drivo me out of this dull horaoP For I
felt that to live in tho sanio plaeo with
his wife a littlo villago. where we must
often meet would be impossible
1 frettod and brooded over my grief,
and avoided bim, but ho would not be
avoidod. It never seemed to oocur to
him that I could sudor or care.
Ho had forgotten tho lovo of which,
when ho went away, ho was so sure.
Ah, I know now how suro ho bad
boon of mo, and it maddened mo to
think that, knowing how I once had
loved 1dm, he should dare to speak to
mo of hor.
Ho had the homestead put into ox-
Siulslto order. Men camo from tho city
or tho purpose Pooplo said it looked
like a palace. ,
One afternoon ho came to mo.
"Will you come and seo tho homo 1
havo txHiiarod for tnv wile, Milly f" ho
I had just been torturing myself with
thoughts of how much lie must bavo
loved hor to mako such preparations
for hor welcoming. His cool invitation
maddened mo. I turned on him in a
fronzy of jealous pain.
"What is your homo to moP" I criod.
"Was tho world not wide enough, that
you could find no place but this l bring
your wife, that you might flaunt your
wedded happiness before me, whose lifo
you have spoiled and wboso truo beart
you have broken? , Oh, yos, you mav
learn from my lips what you know al
ready. I lovod you! I would have gouo
on loving you to the end had you dealt
generously or honorably with mo oh,
if you had only not mado mo dospisu
youl Hut your vanity has fed itself ou
the lovo you did not prize; you havo
?;loriod in your power to give mo pain.
Ve, I despise you for it, and contempt
will euro mo of love. Why could you
not havo said to mo. 'Milly, I no long
er caro for you' "
He interrupted mo, seizing my hand.
"It would havo been a lie I" ho said.
"I do caro for you. my darling. Milly,
I lovo you moro than over; I have nev
er ceased to lovo you; I shall lovw
you' to tho end of. my life. This
would bavo boen a much more truth
ful poech than tho ono you dio
tato to mo, and this is my speeeli to you:
My own sweetheart! My own truo love!
Yes, I know you lovo me; the red roses
told mo that my sweet Milly!"
And I was in his arms, clasped to bis
breast, as I never had been beforo. Oh,
tho joy of it!
And yet, in tho midst of my bappi
noss, I was bewildered and afraid.
"Your wife I" I criod, struggling in
his embrace. "Your wife, for whom
you made your homo so beautiful "
"My darliug, you are to bo my wifo,
and tho homestead is to bo yours ah,
I thought you would have guessed that,
Thou he laughed happily aud proud
"You were too joulous to guess," ho
said. "Jealousy blinded you. To
think that my littlo. shy, quiet 'old
maid' should yield to such a wicked
passion as jealousy!"
Then I laughed .too, biding my faco
on his breast tho while.
"I was joalous of 'your wife,' " I said.
Never give mo any other rival to bo
jealous of, Ned, aud I shall bo happy!"
Aud a happy woman I am to-day,
reigning at tho old homestead, Nod's
lie has planted my favorite flowers
hero too bis flowers, I call them. To
mo their sweetness, their fragrance,
seems emblematic of r11 that is precious
and desirable in life; thoy represent to
mo Youth, Hope. Young Lovo aud
Wedded Bliss m v swct red roses!
Clear head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear;
ing, no cough, no distress. These are con
ditions brought about. in Catarrh by the
UBe of Sanford's Radical Cure. One bottle
Radical Cure, one box Catharrbal Solvent
and ono improved Inhaler, in one package,
Death to rats and vermin, Parson's Ex
terminator. Poor Mother.
My dear young lady, I want to speak
' to you about your mother. It may bo
you havo noticed a careworn look upon
her faeo latoly. Of courso it has not
boon brought there by any act of yours,
still it is your duty to chnso it away.
Got up early to-morrow morning, and
preparo breakfast, and when she comes
down and begins to express her sur-
Iirise, kiss hor into silonco. Sho will
etivo one of thoso days. Thoso bur
dens, if riot liflcd from her shoulders,
will break her down. Those rough,
hard hands that have done so many un
necessary things for you will be crossed,
upon her lifeless breast. Thoso neg
lected lips that gavoyou your first baby
kiss will bo forever closed, and those
sad, tired eyes will havo opened in
eternity, and then you will appreciate
vour mother, but it will bo too late.
There, there, don't cry; sho lias not left
you yet. Sho is down in tho kitchen
stringing beans for dinner, and if you
feel so badly you might go down and
finish them, and let her change bcr dress
and rest an hour beforo dinner. And
after dinner you might do up the dishes
while bIio takes a littlo nap. Then yov
might tako down her hair and do it up
for her. Perhaps the young man in the
parlor is not quite willing to wait until
you havo performed these duties. If ho
expresses any impatience, you may ox
plain to him t hat you feel under moro
obligations to your mother than you do
to him. If this does not seom to satisfy
him nsk him how many timos bo has got
up in the. middle of the night to warm
peppermint for you whon you wore dy
ing with tho colic, or how many hours ho
has carried you up and down tho room
iust because you would not bo quietod
in any other wav. Ask him to repeat
Mother Hubbard backward, and if ho is
unable to do it, it will bo a proof posi
tive that ho is not the one that has re
peated it, and explained it to you,
seventeen hundred times. Then polite
ly slmw hliu out and tt aud help your
mother to pick currants for jolly; you
will not loan him; he knows that a good
daughter makes a good wife.
Alderman Tucker, lloston, says yy.i may
stale that I havo paid for rocdioino aud treat
ment in 20 years f 3.000, without receiving
permanent benefit. Entirely cured of his
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The beauty and color of tho hair may bo
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When Tliero'u a Will There's a Way.
Anyone who has tho will to try Thomas'
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Schuh, Agent. '
Jno. Bacon, Laporto, Ind., writes: ''Your
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Price BO cents, tral bottles 10 cts. Puul
0. Schuh, Agent, j ' ,
Nkakly all tbo ills that afflict mankind
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When suffering humanity are enduring
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Messrs. R. Hewitt & Co., corner of
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of Baltimore aud New Orleans oysters in
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Shiloh's Cuke will immediately relievo
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Send tor circular of new stylo of Hopper
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I)n. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is tho
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Fou DvsrErsiA aud Liver Complaint,
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All druggists should have "DR. SYKES'
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SiiiLon's Catarrh Remedy a positive
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The immediately beneficial effects fol
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whether from pulmonary diseases or fevers,
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The Rev. Oko. II. TiiayeA, of Bourbon,
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When your friend or neighbor is labor
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So such Word as Fail.
"I have used your SPRING BLOSSOM
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I shall recommend it to my friends."
May 24th. ll(j Main St., Buffalo.
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Ana you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
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" Are you disturbed at night and broken
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A trial entail but the comparatively trilline outlay
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Directions In Eleven Language.
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Manchester. N. II ., June 18, 1SH).
Mr. Jamei I. Fellowt: Dear Sir 1 wirh to ack
nowledge the ureat benefit I Imve received from the
nee of Fellowi' Compound fyrt.p of HypophoR
pbltos. I have been an invalid for nearly two years
with a bronchal atlectlon t tint had become chronic.
In the fa 1 of IM78 1 had a pbynlrinn eighty day In
(ucceHdion., betide the coniin'l of aeveral utlierti.
They nvu me but little eiieoiirut.'i'tneiit, tome of
them none. I. apt July I wuc advlnud to cite your
remedy a trial . I did no, and in letr than one week
there wax a marked improvement for thtt ln-tter. 1
bavu continued It UBe from that time until the
frecnt, improving all t'.e time, and I ran truthful
y tay that I am more than a hundn il pcrceut bet
ter than wheu 1 commenced Its iikc. I haveincreaa
:d in weight about flf een pnunilH, and my coueh,
which wan learfuf, hs nearly disappeared ino
llevo had it no! beeu loryour Syrtiu. I ruuuld ere
this have been beyond the cures of life.
Very truly your, A I.HK UT STOMY.
tW'Vtt net be deceived by remedies bearing a
similar name; no other prepa ation is a aubetltale
for Ibis, under any circumauntca.
KOIl SALE BY DKL'OOISTS.
0 RAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The Great Enu-
linh remedy, An
unfailing cure for
potency and all
as a Keiiieuco
oi eci'antiie; ska-.
U I ..I -1 . " , , . v
uiihukp ui Timuu, premature oiii aye, at. a many
other dlaeaaea mat lead to liwaullv,. consumption
or a premature ffrave,
lYZ-Kuli particulars lu our pamphlet, which we
deniao to send free bv mall to evurvono, j iiTThe
Specific Medlclue In sold bvull druvulHt at 81 per
pacKaire. or six packages for $:, or will b sent free
bv roailon receipt of the monev, bv nddri-Klnu
JUB UHAY MKItlCINK CO.,
IH'rriui. Si . V.
Hold In Cairo bv Paul
QN 'lUIItTY DAY'S TltlAL.
We will send Dr. Dyo's Celebrated Kleetro Volta
le Bells and other Elecirlc Appliances on trial lor
HO day to youtiK men ami other persons amlrted
with Nervous Debility, l.oat Vitality, etc., sruaran
teeln speody relief and complete restoration of
viitor and manhood. Also for Klieiimutlsm, Nen
ralirls, Paralysis, I.lver and Kidney dilllrultlus.
Itnpttires, and ninny other diseases. Illustrated
pamphlet sent free. Address Voltaic Jlelt Co.,
Marshall, Midi, -ftdec HI yl
A New and Complete lintel. fmntlnK on t.ovce
Hecond and Kallroad Htruiits,
, Cairo. Illinois.
Tb rasfetmer IVpnt nf tho Chlracn, Ht. Louis
aw ew Orleans: Illinois Cenlrulj Wabash, Ht.
l.otils and IV I lie; Iron Mountain and rloutliurni
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and Ht. Louis Kunwayi
are all Just across t'tu street ; while the Htuamhoai
tan ill tin Is lint one spare distant,
This note! Is heatul by steam, has steam
Laundry, llydnilillo Klsvittor, Kloi trlc Cull Hells.
Automatic Fire-Alarms, Hutlis, absolutely pure air,
purled suwhmki! and complete appointments,
Hubert) furnishings; perfect service; aud an tin
I V. I'AUKKll Ac CO.,lsii
You can malm monev faster at
work for nslhan at anything
else, Capital not herded. Wo
will slnrt yon. SUV a day and
Howards insdo St home bv the
Industrious men, women, hnys and Klrls waniuil ev
cry where to work for ns. Now is the time, You
can work In spare tint only or give your whole tlmo
to tho business. You csu I1v at home and rto the
work. Nn other hiialniiss will nay yon nearly as
well. No one can fall tomaksoiiormous pay by
enKSKltitt al once. Costly outfit and terms rroii.
Monev made fast, oaslly and honorably, Address
True & Co., Augusts, Malue.-lO-D'.
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their oxoollont reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. The
Publio are cautionod against buy
ing Plasters having similar sound
ing names. Soo that tho word
CA-P-C-I-N-E is oorreotly spelled.
Benson's Capcine .
, Porous Plasters
Are thh only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
One is worth moro than adosen
of any other kind.
Will positively curo whoro other
remodios will not even roliove.
Price 25 cents.
Bowaro of choap Plasters made
with lead poisons.
SEABURY A JOHNSON,
Maniifacturlcghemlsta, New Tork.
AM'HK KK.MEDY'AT LAHT.-Pric"eT57ti
MEAD'S Medicated CORN tad BUNION PLASTE8.
aud boys and ulrls make preat nan
jteaeer, u you want a nnsinyssui wmrnyouca
make irreat pay all the time you work, write for pa'
ticulars to II. Uallett & Co., Portland, Maine.
Caiko, Ilu., December 10, 18H1.
The regular animal meeting of tbe stockholder1!
of the City National Dank of Cairo, for thenuruoh1
of electing seven directors will be held at the oftlii
of said bank. In this city, on Tuesday, January 1,4
1SS& Polls open at 10 o clock a. m . , and close at V
.'..l I. I -t J A . .. 1 1
THUS. W. HALLIDAY. Cashier. J
To Provide For
Send 5 8 cent stamps for samples of 4 Mirlt
jvu win o puro io wm ior your cnuaren.
"VVWrJrln A tvn If n.
2 .10 a year. The best, larif-st and most fully illu
uaicu jiagaziue in me worm lor yonrjc People
IU HVl A "XT!
The nDy 0 own Mmkhzido, more charminir than c
LITTLE FOLKS' T.FATlFR
A delightful and refined Monthly, for pntlle sr
private schools and homes. 75 cents yjar.
k m THE PANSY.
An Illustrated Weekly for young people edited 1
Mrs. (J, H. Aldcn (Pansy i. eaneclallr adapted t.
Huudav reading. SOcenta a year. Address D. V,
im-op to., k Franklin at., boston, Mass.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA! EUREKA !1
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUI
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
of CAIRO. 1
Organized JulvUth,lS77, Under the Laws fl
the Stale oflllliitrts). Copyrighted July
0, 1877, l uder Act of Congress.
P. O, Srill'II Preside
O. T. hi; III) Vice Preside
J. A. (iOI.HSTINK Treasti.'
J. J. (iOUI)ON Medical Advif
THOMAS I.EWI8 HecretJ
JOHN C. YV1I1TK Assistant Secret 5
n. LEHllITfOi, L. h. THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. F.PITCUEK,
J. S. McOAllBY.
HOARD OP MANAGKH8:'1
William Htratton, of Stratton 4 lllrd, wh
grocers; I'aul (I. Hcliuh, wholnsaloand retail drtj
8 1st: Uiuen Lielgliton, con, mission merchant; J J
, McUahey, lniuher dealer) J. J. Uordon, phH
(clan; J. A. Goldstlnu, of (loldstlne & Kosenwatf
wholesale and rsiall dry goods, etc; Wm.F. Pit'
er, guneral agent; Ilunry 11. Kills, city printer a
hook hinder; Cbcsluy Ilayues, Cooper; Jno, I
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albl
I.ewla, dealer in flour and grain; F. llroas, pri
dent Alexaudur Count v Dunk ; O. W. Ilundrlc1;
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, gene
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney I
law; 1..B, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W )
Mussel, contractor and builder; O, T, Ky(
agent C. Ht. L, AN. O. rullaoadiMoses Philllpi.ck
peuter; II. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, 111
ttcv. , I. Spencer, clergyman, Ht Louis, Mo.; J.J
Iluthuiio, circuit clerk, Ulaalsslppl county, Chi'f
ton, Mo. i J. II. Moore , lawver, Commerce, V
I). Hlngletiirv. phvslelan, Arllnfftou, Ky.( J.
Tarry, physician, Fulton, Kv. VVm. Kyan, frn
.iitirrv, rvv. , a, meinnarn, nuiiuiwiiurer ui rj
dlerv, Kvansvlllo, Ind ; Ike Anderson, sucretl
to siiperlnHHiaont v. t. li. " V r?'
son.Tenn.lJ. H. Kobortson, phvslelan, VvHi,
vlllii . T..1HI. ! t'lmmm A. Oslinrn. harness ntaf
llollvar.Tutin.t Wm. L. Walker, "Ulxle Ad4
Using AgenJ," llollv Burlnca, Jtis
Wo eont littio tr set as Solicitors fur rotnnts, Cave
Trade MurliH. Copyrights, ftto., for tho UulUxl Hta
ranaoa. lino, mikuiuu, r ranee, utinuuoy, nu.
bavo had thlrtyllvo ycurs expcrlenro.
raieninoiiimiieu uiniiiKii u rim isiw
UNTiriO AMKntOAN. Thls lurga and splendid 111
or rieioneo. la vnry iiimii-si iiih,uoi uasuii "'"""'
CirCUIttlloii. mutin m vvf., "f
tors, rub's, of HoiKNTino amkmcam, 87 Pork M
Sn aweek lu vour own town. $5ontnl
I I "free. No risk, everything new, eapll
I I tl not required, we will furnish yod
II I leverythlnir Many are making foaj
v tune Ladies make as much as men