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DAILY UAIKO ' BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 18. 1883.
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This world Is a mixture of queer odd and nds.
Korwhllo (iosHlp and blttiidcr remain boaom
Bound Bonne and Good Breeding are often be
trayed By Folly and Riihlilon, I'm aoroly afraid.
And here I'm rtuntudwd to truly rehearse,
In tho briefest boslowal of plufo English verse,
The freaks and the fanolt-e tbat flit thro the
Of the garrulous woman I meet on tbe train.
She may be a spinster, and yet It leema strange,
Tbat a maiden of fifty should bave luch
Of married acquaintance, both ancient and
Kor every man's business I pat on her tongue;
While their K'Hjd wives at home anno In fur a
Of eumpaftoino or censure I'm sure their
Would stand up on end Could thoy bear tba re
frain Of the gai-rulou woman I meet on the train.
"Mr. Smith la quite thin: Mr. Jonei Is too
Mrs. Grwn ought to know what Or ecu la
II nt y know Mrs. fi. I the silliest of wives
It's Mirprlalng, my love, how such wickedness
Did yon hear Mr. Ilinw n was confined to her
Or that Murphy, the weaver, has got a new
Bcnor I.otu-z, from Cuba, bai letters from
Chirac the garrulous woman I meet on the
'Lawyer Hharp has removed to a house tbat he
From the proceeds of fraud and the wages of
For Sharp is a ke
nam Is a keen one. mv dear. I am bld !
I that velvet silk-bac ked? (If I may bo so
now much by the yard did you pay for that
Flaher' gout Is so bad, he can't wear a boot.
Good gracious alive! you don't think it will
Asks tbe garrulous woman I meet on the train.
Such confab confiding, tuch secrets spread
All come in -for a chance, from brakeman to
From tho toy with his book, his bat or hu ball.
To the middle-aged gent, be his means great
Either married or single, shaky or ataid.
Wife, widow, or witch, or a demure old maid
Whatever her star Ion, site must be insane,
This garruloui woman 1 meet on the train. ,
KISSING IS THE TWILIGHT.
"So you think Mr. Claiborne fine
looking, Minnie?" naii one of a group
of pirla in i summer boarding house to
a friend who had arrived but the day
before. "I thought he would be likely
to suit your taste."
"Fiue looking! That does not half
express it. I think him just splendid!"
exclaimed Minnie Moore, with genuine
girlish enthusiasm. "But onlv to think
of his having a daughter asold as I am!
Upon rov word, I can't believe it"
"You'll believe it, perhaps, when you
see her," laughed another one, Sallie
Rose. "She is spending the season at
Long Branch, but runs down here every
Saturday night, and spends Sunday with
ber father. They are wonderfully fond
of each other, and k!s and 'go on' like
"Good gracious!'' aaid Minnie, draw-
ing a long breath. "How I should like
' to I mean girls, don't you sometimes
envy his daughter?" N
"Yon meant," corrected sharp-witted
Kittie Hurft, "how vou should like to
kiss him vourself. Do it Min!"
"Yes, do it Minnie, do it! I dare
you!" cried half a dozen merry girls in
"Yon know I never take a dare.girls,"
said Minn ie.hcr roguish, handsome little
face turning crimson, "but 1n this case
I fear I luill have to show the whit
4 "Hear! hear!" cried all the girls In a
chorus, "Minnie Moore doesu't dare to
play a little practical joke."
"Yes. 1 would dare," cried the little
witch, defiantly, "but how could I man
"NotrVmg easier," said Kittia Hurst.
'You have only to sit in the dusky par
lor a few minutes before tho arrival of
Miss Claiborne, which will he -about
twilignt. Then, when the gentleman
- enters, bo will go straight to your cor
ner, of course, supposing you to bo his
darling daughter. Then, at tho same
instant, you will rush toward him, pre
tending to think ho is your father,
whom you are expecting. And then
you get the kiss."
"Oh," cried Minnio.putting her hands
up to hido her blushing face at the last
suggestion. "My conscience won't al
low mo. I am not, expecting any fath
er." The girls all laughed derisively,
"I've known your conscience to
stretch further than that on moro than
one occasion, Min," said Rachel War
den. "Come, will you dare to do it, or
will you notP"
"I'wlll dare anything, and you know
It. But you must solemnly tow never
to betray mo,"
Thoy nil solemnly vowed, and tho
plans wewii laid forthwith.
It was just dusk ou a lovely summer
evening. Tho country hottso, where
our sceno is laid, was overhung by the
drooping branches of somo lino old
elms, whoso thick follngo deepened the
gathering shadows in tho unlightcd
Sarlor. A tall, handsome man, of mid
lo ago, whom Minnie had well describ
ed as "splendid looking," walked quick
ly up the path leading from tho gate, a
happy light in his dark eyes, and a
snillo of glad expectancy curving the
rarely beautiful lips, shaded but not
hidden by a heavy dark mustache.
"I think the train must bo In," ho
was saying to hlmsolf, "or nvyiiu-
Iiationco makes me think it late. I
lope she won't disappoint mo this even-Ing-my
little darling!" '
Another momont, and ho was within
tne flower-scented, dusky parlor, where,
curled up fn the depths of a large arm
chair, in the farthest corner, and half
hidden by the window drapery, sat a
girlish form, whose hoart was beating
hke a trip-hammer. He advanced at
once, with outstretched arms, close to
the darkened recess.
"My dearest child!"
And the next instant the little figure
was clasped close, close to his heant,
and not only ono kiss, but a perfect
shower of them, fell eagerly upon her
brow and cheek and dewy, blushing
Hut suddenly there was a little shriek,
a startled, well feigned look of horror
in the girl's uplifted face, and, breaking
away from his restraining arms, 'she
hid hor crimson cheeks in both white
hands, and faltered out:
"Oh, let mo go, sir, this instant! Oh,
what shall I do? I-I thought It was
So sho did, tho little fraud, but she
knew perfectly well that it was another
girl's "papa" whom she meant.
."It is I who should beg your pardon,
my dear yoting' lady," said the gentle
man, who had stepped back and was
surveying tho lovely, shrinking little
creature with a queer admixture of
amusement,' embarrassment, and pity
ing admiration in his beautiful eves.
But ere the words had fairly left his
lips Minnie was gone, and, throwing
herself down upon the bed fn her little
room, she buried her hot cheeks among
the cool, white pillows, and gave way to
a passionate burst of tears.
"I never will do such a wild,' idiotic
trick again never! I don't care how
much the girls will laugh at me for
backing out. Oh, I could just die of
mortification! I shall never, never
have the courage to look him in the
It was, indeed, several days before
Minnie was herself again. " In the
meantime Miss Claiborne had come and
gone, and Minnie, watching from her
window, had seen the pretty, stylish
young lady promenading in the grounds
upon the arm of her handsome father,
and she had no doubt that he was even
then laughing at' the story of her own
When at last the unavoidable meet
ing between Mr. Claiborne and herself
took place, Minnie's saucy eves were
timidly downcast, and a guilty color
dved her fair face from forehead to chin.
To save her life, she could not meet
those dazzling dark eyes which she felt
were reading her very soul and laugh
ing at her confusion.
But, on the contrary, Mr. Claiborne
tried so kindly to make her forget it,
and led the conversation so skillfully.in
his own easy, gentlemanly way, from
one subject to ntiolher of deep "interest
to Minnie, that, before the evening was
over, she could look up into bis face
and smile almost as naturally as though
that miserable, madcap adventure had
never been. And in a week or two
they were the best of friends.
"Miss Minnie," said he one evening,
tho very last before the breaking up of
summer boarders, "do you remember
our singular Introduction to each other
in this very room?"
Did she remember? Minnie glanced
around, and tho narlor. in its dnskv
I solitude, with the breath of late rose
ana scarlet nonev-sucKies waiter, genwy
a a aa a. aa , . a
in through its onen windows, Drought
back most vividly that other eveaingj
and those warm, delicious, stolen kisses
whose memory had made her life half
paradise, half pnrgatory,' ever since.
They chanced to be alone, ami Minnie
felt painfully embarrassed. Her elo
quent blushes were her only answer.
"Come, Minnie, tell me, he went on
his beautiful eyes brimful of mischief as
a school-lxiy's, "were you really ex
pecting to meet vour father on that
"Oh, Mr. Claiborne, don't! please
don't!" And bright, 6aucy, daring
Minnie Moore, unable to bear another
word or look, crossed her arms imon
the low window-sill, and bowing her
bright head upon them, went as if her
heart would break. Oh, what a bitter
sweet memory those kisses in the twi
light had proved to her!
Mr. Claiborne was grieved Bnd shock
ed at the startling effect of his playful
quostion. Minnie was always so crav.
so full of mischief, he had never dream
ed of her taking anything so seriously.
But now licr bravado was utterly brok
en down, and she sobbed out the whole
story of her foolish joke, and begged
his forgiveness like a naughty child.
"My dear child," he said, at last,
stroking her golden hair so tenderly
that Minnie thought 6he would like to
sit there forever, "I havo nothinar to for
give. I suspected the truth Ions? a?o.
for I have a mischief-loving little girl
oi my own, you know. lSut, indeed,
Minnie," with ono of his rare, beauti
ful smiles, "it was the very sweetest
moment I have known for years. If I
were not so old"
His voice ceased here, and he was
silent so long that Minnie looked up
and saw an expression of such yearning
sadness on his dark, handsome face that
it touched her heart with pity.
"Oh, Mr. Claiborne, you are not so
old!" she cried, impulsively. "No one
could think so; I am Btvre I never did!"
Then down went her golden head
upon the window-sill again, for her
words had brought a sudden light into
Mr. Claiborne's eyes that fairly dazzled
"Minnio Minnie Moore," ho was
saying, passionately, "don't trifle with
me now. Is it possible that I am not
joo old to win the love of a bright young
girl-to win yours, Minnie?"
There was no very audible answer,
but onco moro his strong arms were
around her, and his warm, thrilling
kisses crimsoning her cheeks again in
the deepening twilight, but this time
there was no mistake about it.
m a- ai
"You aro arrested," said the judge
to a colored woman, "for slandering
"What did I say 'bout the lady, sat P"
asked the colored prisoner.
"You said that she was a bad wo
man." "Yas, sah, I said dat, but it was 'fore
she Jlned do church an' 'aclety. Ob
course arter sho jinod deso, it were
'cluslro dat what I said was tuck back.
She were a bad 'oman 'fore she were
,'nitliited, sah." . , ' .
"Your explanation Is Jn strict accord
ance with tho constitution," said the
Judge, "antl It Is healthy for you' that
the specifications are mado." Arkast
taw.TrnveUr. , . .
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Citt Clerk's Orrtci, l
Canto, 111., March Min, 188 1. 1
Public notice is hereby given that on Tuesday the
17th day of April, A. D. 1BN3, a general election
will be held lo the cl y of Cairo, conoty of Alexan
der, state of Illinois, for the election of the follow
ing named officer, via t A mayor, city clerk, city
treasurer, city attorney and one alderman from
each of the five wards of the city. For the pur
pose of said election polls w 11 be opened at tba
following named places, vie, Jn tho First ward, at
the engine bonse of the Arab Are company; in tbe
8evnd ward, at the engine house of the Jiouiih
and Heady lire company: in the Third ward, at the
engine house of tbe Hibernian fire company; in
tbe Fourth ward, at the court house; in the Fifth
ward, at the engine boose of the Anchor lira com
pany. Said election will be opened at eipht
o'clock lo the morning and continue openod until
even o'clock In tbe afternoon of same nay.
By order of the city council. D.J. FOLEY,
State of Illinois, I Cfrcnlt Court of Alex
Vsa andor county. In roan
County of Alexander I eery.
Willie Maud Perklua
Henry T. Jackson and Arra Jackson.
Pnhllc notice la hemby given, that, in pursuance
of a decree mad and entered by sale court in tbe
above entitled cause, on tbe i8ih day of October,
A. 0. lHrtt, I.Alexander II. Irvln, master In chan
cery ot the said circuit court of Alexander county,
WEDNESDAY, THE 28TtI DAT OF MAKCTI,
lH(t, at the hour or 11 o'clock In the
forenoon, at the southwesterly door
of the court house, in the city ol Cairo, county of
Alexander, aud stato of Illinois, sell at public auc
tion to the highest and beat bidder, for cash, all
aud, singular, the following described premises and
real estate in said decree mentioned, situate in aaid
county of Alexander and e'ato of Illinois,
or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satlafy
aaid decree, to-wit: Southeast quarter of the
northwest quartorof recti on No. four (4), in town
ship No. seventeen (17), south and In range two
west of the third principal meredlau.
Datcd.Cairo, III., March 5th, 1H83
Master In Chancery.
S. P. Wheclor, Complainant'! Solicitor.
rjAX prjHCItASEK'S NOTICE.
To John Fordyce, Albert G. Phllllpa, Thoniss Ksr
ley and Michael Laxare, or any other person or
You are hereby notified that at a sale of ronl cs
tato, in the county of Alexander and atuta of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of said county,
at the sonthwesti riy door or tbe court bouse In tho
city of Cairo, Insuld county and state, on the 84 h
dar ol June, A. D.lHtjl, Martin Brown purchased
the following described roal estate, herelnaft-r
described, situated in the county of
Alexander and stats of Illinois, for the
tsxe. due and unpaid thereon for tho soversl years
a below set forth, together with penalties and
costs dno tkereon, said real ostaM being tated lu
the name of tho persons respectively, aa billow
set furtb, to-wlt:
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f,Xt " " mm
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And tbat the time allowed by law for there
demptlon of said real estate will expire on tho
Mthdayof Juo. A.D. 18S3.
MAUTIN, DttOWN. Pnrckasor,
Cairo, Ilia., March lath, A.l. 183.
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Who Each with hi own Pot Scheme 1
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There havo always been quacks: legal q -lacks,
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sumptive evidence lu favor of a particular remedy?
Clearly that It should hava becnpreparcd by re
sponsible persons of acknowlcd skill In the treat
ment of disease.
Squarely on till foundation atauds HENSoN'3
CAPCINK l'OUOUS I'LASTEH. Endorsed by
5, 0(C) physicians, pharmacist, druggists and chem
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It is the one and only trne and tried external ap
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compliment of their dislike, as Patau Is salt! to
hate holy water.
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