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CHICAGO CHSI.T t (.. t'blCHKO. 111.
"A letter, miss," su'ul Sunih, Miss
Barclay's maid, )icsi'ii(iii"; herself nt
the hi Jtj tif tlio work t:ib!t on which
were hc!iH'il man y-tintetl crewels with
which Miss Barclay was exc.euliti"; a
composition in the Kensington outliuc
work. "A letter'." repiuiteil Miss Barclay,
taking it into licr haml; "and from
C'ouin KlizuMli to bo sure!"
Then carefully cntlintho envelope
for tearing a letter open w as not one of
Miss Barclay's habits she pcruseil tlio
contents, which after some preliminaries,
ran as follows:
"And now, Hester, 1 want you to do
inc. a favor. I hope it will not incon
venience you; but I tun very anxious to
have my daughter Ahby leave home for
awhile, and 1 should be so jilea-ed to
have her come to you. 1
"She. is deep in a love-all'air with a
man 1 hate. His name is Francis Cliol
niomlly. I'd rather have her marry any
other decent man on earth.
"I do not know why I hate him so,
except that he is iv puppy. He's not so
poor that lie. could not take good care
of a wife, and lie is rather handsome in
his nasty foppish way.
"People rather like him generally, and
his social position is good. I've no
doubt I'm unreasonable, but 1 won't
have Abby marry him; and if 1 can't
gift her away, I can get rid of him.
"So I lelfyou frankly my reasons for
asking you to invite her, and I know
how guod-nattired you are. it will be a
thankless task, tor she's terribly sulky
ju.-t now, but I'll be ever grateful to
And then the leltcr wandered away
again into matters that do not concern
this story, ami ended in the signature
"l'oor I.i,.in! she nlwtiya had such
Klroiig whims," sxid Mi-s Barclay, gi
ing on with the folds of the. purple robe
of a thin blonde figure traced upon her
background. "One of them was to mar
ry Caleb Marsh. I don't believe that
has turned out quite s well as it might.
"However, I'm fond of Lizzie, and I
shouldn't mind having Abby here. I'll
write nt once and nk her. And by the
way, I'll invite Brother Uichard's boy
to come down and bring a friend with
him. Kvoryone is glad of a week's coun
try visit in summer. They'll both fall
in love with the girl in this lonesome
place; and i here's no Mich cure for otio
lovt'-atl'air as another."
Miss Barclay was a lady of prompt
and decisive action. 'J' wo letters worn
at the otlicH before the next mail went
out, and three bed-rooms were being
put into npple-pie onler, and the cook
was uiNtrueteii ns to certain provision
to be prepared for the expected guests.
"Brother hiiae and myself will In all
the better for having the ymctg people
with us." said Miss Barclay; but cook,
an old servant, who prid-d Irr-elf on
being "free-spoken," was of opinion
that "peace ami quietness would he
broken up by all sorts of racket, ami
Hint she'd no doubt they'd be obliged Ui
However, os cook afterwards remark
ml, nh was we'd aware that was not her
And on Saturday the stage paused at
the door, uud Xroni its tp clambered
. down two youths; one big and rough
headed, the other, small ami sleek, but
both armed with portmanteaux, gun
Cttsiwund lishbg-rods exactly reeinbling
"AH right, driver," cried the rough,
leaded youth. "All right, driver."
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"This is tho young Ldti stopping-
I dace, too," Nhoutcd tho ih'ivcr. "This
s Miss Barclay'.
But by thin time the young lady win
Shu was a pretty girl, with a splendid
head of black hair, which, when Miss
Barclay had Neen her last, she had worn
in two long braids down her back.
Now she was wonderfully grown no
longer a littlu girl, but a young lady,
with u coill'uro of puffs 'and crimps that
was a mystery to prim Miss Barclay.
A coquettish hat was set very much
on one side of her head, and instead of
the sullen scowl Mis.s Barclay had ex
pected, she greeted tho lady with ' tho
most beaming smiles.
"Pear Cousin Barclay," she exclaim
ed,"how good of you to ask mo to this
lovely place! I adore tho country, and
I am so pleased to seo you again. How
sweet you look! 1 must kiss you. I
feel that 1 am going to bo perfectly hap
py all tlio time I'm bore."
"Is she acting, or does she mean it?"
asked tho spinster to herself. "It's
a comfort to find her so pleasant any
how." Butsho answered heartily and merrily,
and sending Sarah to show her young
cousin the way to her room, that she
might refresh herself after her journey,
turned her attention to the youths, with
whom she had yet only shaken hands.
"I'am so glad that you came at, once,
Fred," she said, "and" so pleased that
you brought Mr. "
"Mr. Oakley," said Fred. "My col
lege chum Frank Oakley. My dear
aunt, we'er very much obliged to you,
and father sent his love, and mother
wonders when you intend to como and
seo her; ami I've a letter and some pat
terns and things in my bag. And, Aunt
Hester, what a pretty girl that is! She's
traveled all the way with us. Never
saw such a pretty girl before."
"That's Cousin. Lizzie's daughter,
Abby," replied Miss Barclay. "She
paidavit.il to your house w lien you
were t welve years old, but you would
not speak to her. You said you hated
"What a nib I was?" replied the
shock-head gravely. "Well. 1 don't
know, Aunt Hester. As for frank, ho
edoivs them. Boti'tyou, Frank?"
Frank looked modest.
"There is so much to adiuiie in all
wo- 1 mean, in all ladies," he answered
with a little lisp.
"What a very polite young man,"
thought .Miss Barclay.
It was a very merry tea-table. Old
Mr. Barclay, to he sure, did very little
but cut, after having ro!.miily shaken
hands all round; but Fred was a host in
himself, and Miss Barclay chatted as
merrily as the young people.
'I'h at very night idio wrote to her cous
"VI v I'KWi l.izzn:, You'd he ilclltrhtcri to
cee the Mieee-K uf your pine. AIiIivhhs Ii
y its ii i n i n . Hie him louii'l two U'Hiix here,
my in phew I'i'i'il, Hint it friend id Ins.
l-'r,'i H'cins very liMieli lultell. I've im dimht
he will iiii won j nopy' ipiile out, mid Abhy
eiiildn t ruiiKo a bet tor iiMdl. : a y""d fillmv
with a llitlo fortune, met lui" pro-poets in his
pinto-inll. I hope it Will l-Ollli' In MHIIOt llilllf.
Mi dins lii lo, eoiiiloil yourself, Abhy is hrurt
wliole. Voiiis truly hs eer.
Tho weather was bright, for the next
three weeks. The skies seemed to smilo
upon the spinster and her guests. They
took long walks, drives, excursions, and
Fred was devoted to his aunt.
Meanwhile Mr. Frank Oakley did his
best to please Miss Abby, w ho did not
refuse lo be pleased.
"Don't stick to me, Fred, if you want,
to cut Frank out," Miss Hester w ould
sometimes whisper, but Fred always
answered that lie felt well contented;
and on the whole Miss Barclay decided
that Ahby was too frivolous fur Fred.
"But vour friend is a good fellow, is
he not P' .'he a.-ked. "You know Abhy
is in my cue." And Fred thereupon
swore that Frank was a gentleman and
a good fellow, well-to-do also. "As
good a husband as any girl could have,
if ho tloes not lisp and blush," continued
Fred. "Don't trouble yourself, aunt;
nothing better conld happen to Cousin
Abby than to marry Frank."
"Then he, really means to oiler?"
queried Miss Barclay.
"Oh, he's desperate," answered Fred.
And that night another letter wns
written to Cousin Elizabeth which con
tained this sentence:
"Now, Cousin t Hin In a tllleiniiin.
Fred Hint Abby are not mail ten with each otber,
but l'rod him tironnht a friend of his here, a
Mr. Frank Oakley, who in making love to your
iflrl. itv me my Instruction. Krod assures
me ho ts an excellent mulch ami okooiI fellow,
and 1 consider him most agreeable. Hut um 1
to luster thn allalr or send liiiu parkinn'. Ab
hy is your dauirlilcr. I await insti'iif Hons. I
know your temper, Kliziiheth. We tiuai rolleil
once; don't let us do it Bpim."
The answer was brief as a telegram:
"Any youiiBtnan hut that deteBtiihlu Frani'ls
Clioltnondly. Foster It."
So the young people wore left to their
own devices; the house rang with laugh
ter, tho orchard was robbed, tho horses
driven out for moonlight rides, the boat
was forever on tho river, and tho voice
of the piano told the passers by that
' MissBarclay had company."
There were parties at tho old house,
too, and even old Isaac Barclay was
sutliciently interested to sit up till nine
o'clock, and to tell a very long story
without any end of a visit Im had once
made. Boston whero ho had his pocket
The pleasantest days that had ever
been known at the Barclay mansion
were these, and they had been prolong
ed two months, and now Fred must go
home must indeed nor: could Frank
"And I must go too, aunt," said Ah
by. "I suppose 1 must, but I shall
never forget this happy time, and I
want you to kiss mo to-night and tell
me you'll always lovo me, fur you've
been kinder than ever ma was to me."
Abby said this late at night, sitting on
a low stool at Miss Barclay's feet, and
there were tears in her eyes. But next
morning when tlie con tiding old lady
rose, Sarah met her with an ominous
look, and the declaration that .something
must have happened.
"How you scare me, Sarah!" cried
Miss Barclay. "What can have hap
pened? Brother Isaac is well, isn't ho?"
"He's well enough," replied Sarah.'
"But Miss Ahby ain't been abed all
night, and her trunk Is pone, and hero's
a note that lay on her piller."
Miss Barclay seized the missivo and
opened it with shaking hands. It read
"Pr. 4UKST At'NTiEi-Dun't ha anifry. Ha
member .vour prninUn to Iovb nin alwayn.
When you read tlila I ohall he man led. I ahull
he Mrs. Fiuncls Oakley Choltnontlly. Fred In
Frank' hem man, and little Mlilo June, from
tbn village, my hrldevniald Ynu fen It, don't
your Fred Wii In tbti plot,ud bo Introduced
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
rim,, waaley to you. vm never giiomed that
O lik ley wiim only Ills middle naiiio. We lulled
10 deceive you. You were so kooiI wu nil attorn
you, but tun was e: net, and I'm of hko slueu
last week. I'm very happy, only If yon don't
forgive me I shall never lorvlvo uiynelf, Mn
will have to, allur awhile, Your iitrectlonalo
lilcs'K, A im v.
"No, 1 must write It all
"I shall tlie!" screamed Miss Barclay.
'I'd rather, than faco Elizabeth."
But she did not; nobody did. Every,
body Is alive ami well at this moment,
and even his prejudiced mother-in-law
has come to admit that Frank is not so
bad a fellow, after all.
i m '
a Kentucky Mastodon,
A number of negroes, at work on tlio
extension of tho Kentucky Central,
about two miles from runs, Ky., tlie
otiier day, camo upon tho skeleton ol
some immense animal about ten feet
under ground, in a soil of a steatitie na
ture. Tho ankle was first discovered,
which measured seven inches in diam
eter. Tlio knee through tho socket was
twelve inches in diameter. From tho
ankle to tho top of the shoulder-blade
11 being three feet two inches wide
was fourteen feet seven inches. Tlio
head was of large proportions, measur
ing five feet in length. The jaw was
twelve inches thick, and tlie teeth aro
preserved in good condition. Tho back
bone was then followed up, and forty
feet from tho head were the bones of the
tail. Tho hindquarters wero exceeding
ly large, measuring in height twenty
three feet eight inches. The hipbone
was ten and a quarter inches thick.
The teeth were from two to three pounds
The .20,000 bequeathed in lH,r6 to
Hartford, Conn., by John M. Niles to
be held till it had doubled, now amounts
to $40,yjii, and the income will bo used
henceforth, in accordance wit lithe terms
of the bequest, to furnish poor families
He was a real-cstute agent and com
plained that he hail three adjoining
houses to let since last fall, and couldn't
get rid of them on any terms. "What's
the cause?" asked a friend; "malaria ?"
"No." "Bum-mill on the corner?"
"No." "Neighborhood infested with
cats?" "No." "What then?" "Well,
there's a man who lives across tlio way
with his daughter, and he's trying
to make an American prima donna of
It unry be observed that no attempt is
made to hunt up out of tho way or uuknown
places to find names to endorse Simmons
Hon. Alexander II' Stephens,
John W. Beck with, Bishop of On.,
General Juo. B. Gordon, U. S. Senator
llon.Jno. Gill Shorter, ex-Governor of
Bev. David Wi Is, D. D., President Ogle
Bishop Pierce, of Georgia,
Judge Jus. J ickson, Supreme Court, (Ja.
And did space and time permit we could
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A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
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Asthma, Bronchitis, Couijhs, Catarrh, and
the Throt TroubleB which Singers and
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Hops and Malt Hitlers is the best tonic
for the restoration to health and strength
ot those weakened and enervated hh over
work, sickness' general debiltiy or othtr
cause. It coin lui n a no mineral substance
to remain in tlie system and do permanent
"Since taking ' Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher' that old soro of initio is entirely
cured." Sold by all druggists.
To enumerate tho miraculous cures
wrought by " Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup"
would fill a volume. Its cures sro mar
velous. Price SJ.'i cents.
Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetablo Com
pound. strengthens the stomach and kid
neys and aids digestion.
PeisoiiB recovering from waisting dis
eases, such as malaria, fevers, etc. will bo
greatly benefitted by tho uso of Brown's
Iron Bitters, a true tonic.
" "By asking too much wo may lose
the little that wo had before." Kidney
Wort asks nothing but a fair trial. This
given, it fears no loss of faith in its virtues.
A lady writes from Oregon: "For thirty
years I have been alllicted with kidney
complaints. Two packages of Kidney
Wort have done mo more good than all
tho medicine and doctors I have had be
fore. I believe it is a sure cure.
Seo a wotuiin In another column, near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sheer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tlio uso of invalids' weakly
persons ami tho aged. Sold by Druggists.
Sprout's Retail Ico Box.
Cmisuineis of ico are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ico
box on Eighth street in Cutiditfs store whero
ice in auvTJuantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
just the same as by driversof wagons, tf,
wTho Howu scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the beet. Botdeu, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3 1882.
Chills ami Fever,
Hlmmoim Liver Kcu
lalor um n bruak tl
chills and carrhm tb
fever out ol Uiunjnteui.
Il curci when all othur
reined lei fall.
K r the relief snd cura
of thin dlMreBHlnit dl
I'tMit line Hlmmoui Liv
Tlin Ri'Uiilatnr will piinltl vvly euro this U.-rlble
dlseaiiii. Wu ansvrt emphatically what wo kuow to
thoiild nut lm reKardud ni a trlilluu ailment. Na
luro deniunilH the utinoHt renularlty of tlio bowels,
t herefore ats'st nature hy taking Huuniona Liver
mutilator. It ia hurmlen, mild and effectual.
One or two tablet ponnfula will rellava all tho
trouble Incident to a bllluun mate, such an Nausea
lii..liii'HH, DroMxliicxB, DIptreM alter eating, a hit
ler bad (aide in the uioutb.
Percoiu may avoid all attacks hy occaMoiially
liiklnif a doHu of Klnimom Liver Kenuhitnr to keep
the liver In healthy action.
morally arising from a disordered atomacb, cab
he corrected by taking Simmons Liver lteulator.
Sliiiiiiniis Liver ltenulat r foon eradicate! this dla
rase from tho ,ctoin, leaving the skiu clear slid
true from ull Impurities.
Children mflerlna with colic soon experience ro
lief when SlmmuuH l.lver Kt'KUlutor is administer
ed. Adults alsti derive treat benefit from this
mctllclui). It is not unplcuHant; It Is hiirmlcsl
Hint I'llct'ttvo. i'urely veiictablu.
H r j A D D K I i te K I DN E Y i
Most of iht) disimiics ot tho bladder originate from
those of ilie kidneys. Kenlorulhe action of the
liver fulU and holfi the kidneys and bladder will
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Fnrnilc hy all driiia'istH.
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This new Remedy ia compounded
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llo;is, Mult Extract, Cascara Sagrada
(Sacred llcrki, Buchu, Dandelion and
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thlo .romalic Llixir. ,
'1S They act upon the Kidneys.
They Regulate, tlie Bowels.
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They Promote Digestion.
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They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS Af'3 MALT BITTERS
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o ; f
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i'ouu yeabs (iij),
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I h-i younest eluld nuiv partake, of Its itciinroiis
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!1'uf'!,, " '? I"r'lcbirlvhi'lii'llral lo thf mrod and
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