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THE DAILY CAIRO iSUt.LF.TIN: SATUIWAY MORNINO, AUGUST 11, 1883.
The Daily Bulletin.
OKt'lCK: NO. 7U OHIO LKVKK.
OFFICIAL PAPMR Of ALEXANDER COUNTY.
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Tuliliohcr and I'roprletor.
It was a sunshiny M;iy day, with an
immense bee boomin among tho lilacs
and peonies in tho school garden, and
intense lov of golden light on tho grass,
uud a dreamy languor in tho air that
made Alice Hopkins sleepy in spite of
herself, as she sat with tho little chil
dren's copy-books in a pile before her,
inscribing the month's marks upon tho
covers, according to their respective
Alice was scarcely ninro than a child
herself. l?arely nineteen, wiih a slight,
young lignre, u color that came and
went at the slightest variation of her
pulse, and pleading hazel eyes, it was
the hardest work in the world to as
sume the dignity that was necessary for
her position as assistant teacher.
"I never saw such babyish noss in mv
life!" said Miss Negley.'the principal;
"and I shall not put up with it, Miss
Hopkins don't voir think it! Dignity,
in the educational line, is everything.
And I do not call it litting to the posi
tion of assistant principal to be racing
around with the children in their noon
dav games, and dressing a corn-cob
doll on the sly for little I'riscilla Jones,
to say nothing about bursting out cry
ing. like a great baby, when Hilly
Smith killed the robin-redbreast with a
stone. Dignity. Miss Hopkins dignity
should ever be tho watchword of our
Miss Negley was tall and grim, with
heavy black hair, a sallow complexion,
several missing front teeth, and some
thing verv like a mustache.
Alice llopkins coned before her sav
I'm very sorry," faltered she. "I'll
try to be good!"
"More like a child than ever!" said
Miss Negley despairingly.
"I I mean, "Alice hastened to correct
herself "I will endeavor to set a guard
upon my rasli impulses."
"That sounds more like it," said Miss
Negley. "And now, Alice, see here. I
expect some of my school-trustees here
"Oh, dear!" said Alice, remembering
the signal failure ot her class upon a
similar occasion not so very long ago.
"ltUn't another examination. I hope?"
Wor.se than that." said Miss Negley
Alice lifted her ha,'.el eyes in amaze
ment. What could possibly be worse
than Katinv Dow spelling cat with a
"k," and Lucy.Mailcv asserting that Iial-
timore was situated on the left hank of
liie river Nile.
"There is a proposition on foot to re
duce our salaries," said Miss Negley.
Actually, to reduce our salaries!"
"Oh," said Alice, "lint mine is very
small already. Only twenty pounds a
year. I don't think they can possibly
reduce it much."
"They can reduce it to ten, can't
they?" said Miss Negley, shortly.
"In that ease," ventured Alice, "I
could go and be a shop-girl in my
uncle's shop in Ihoei.y. Ouu must live."
"You've improper nride," said Miss
Negley. "A shop-girl, indeed! Hal I
don't intend that they shall carry out
their nefarious plans. If -
"My good gracious nie! there comes
Mr. liarihorne now, jogging along on
his old grey hoist' just as composed as if
lie wasn't bent on an errand of evil.
'They do say thai old llarthorne is tho
head and toot of the whole business.
I'll show him! A reduction of salaries,
"I dare say he means to wheedle a
consent out of us beforehand, so that,
everythingshall seem smooth lo-iuorrow
when the committee meets. Hut he'll
find that he has mistaken his customer
Little Alice began to tremble all over,
and to grow pink ami white by turns,
after her usual fashion when she was
"1-1 am so frightened," hesitated
she. "Please may I go home?"
"Yes, you little coward," impatiently
responded Miss Negley; "that is, if you
haven't the courage to atand up for
yourself and your rights."
"Hut Mr. lhtrthorno has always been
so kind to me," faltered Alice Hopkins,
"and if hi; should tell me that it was
best, 1 almost know that I would con
Hem U) having my salary reduced. Yon
know, dear Miss" Negley, that if it hail
not been for him 1 never sbould have
received the appointment at all."
T don't wonder," said Miss Negley,
apostrophizing the ceiling, "that they
nreu't willing to allow women the priv
ilege of sulVrage in this benighted
country. And you, Alice Hopkins,
vou may go home. You certainly will
m of no use at all to tin; in lighliic'lhis
Ami Alice, hcartilv thankful for this
prudgingly-accorded privilege, put I he
t:opy-books into the desk-drawer, piled
up tho dictionary and deli tier, caught
her littlo tdnk lawn sun-bonnet from'iis
nail, ami vanished like a Hying shadow
into the nearest patch of green woods.
Miss Negley sat very upright, with
folded arms aiid prominent elbows, her
nose slightly tinctured with tho rosy
hue of coming battle, her lips compress
oil; while Mr. llarthorne, a pleasant
faced gentleman of livo-and-forty or
thereabouts, trolled up to thu scliool
hoiisc door, leisurely dismounted, tied
liis horse to the hitciiiug-posl, ami, to
tally unconscious that he was observed
alike bv Miss Negley from her post of
million! v on the school-room dais, and
little Alice Hopkins by tho spring in the
woods, paused to dust his boots with his
follow silk pocket-handkerchief, ami to
adjust his thick dark locks before he
rapped on the door.
"I'm glad I'm not there," said Alice
Hopkins with a long sigh of relief.
And then, having cooled her face and
hands in the transparent spring, she sat
down to think.
To her, a reduction of her scanty sal
ary meant nothing less than starvation.
As things were, she could scarcely pay
lier board and other expenses.
And silting there in the shifting
shadows of tho wind-blown branches,
she cried a little, to think how solitary
anil friendless she was in the world.
"Miss Negley, however, was in a very
Coiiin in!" sho had answered
brusquely, to tho knock at the door,
without taking the trouble to move from
And when Mr. Harthorno entered .lie
espied her sitting still", silent, siraight.
"(iood afternoon, Miss Negley," paid
the trustee, depositing bis hat on the
nearest desk, and venturing on an apol
"Good afternoon, Mr. Harthorne!"
Miss Negley answered, with just about
as much warmth as an icicle in her ad
dress. "I hope I do not intrude." said the
"Oh, not at all!" said Miss Negley.
"A hem!" said the trustee.evidently
ill at case. "It ain't easy to broach the
business I've come on, Miss Negley."
"I should think uot," said the lady.
"Hut I called just at tliw hour, when
I expected to find you alone."
"Oil. ves. I haven't anv doubt that
you did!" Miss Negley interrupted him
in accents of line sarcasm. "liven $011,
Squire Harthorne, would be ashamed to
hint at such a thing before the dear poor
"Kh?" said Mr. Harthorne, instinct
ively retreating a pace or two, for there
was something pythoness-like in Miss
Negley's attitude, as she rose and dart
ed her head forward al him, to empha
size her words.
"I know what you're going to say,"
said Miss Negley; "and I won't listen
to a word of it not one word! No one
but a set of narrow-minded misers
would have thought of it. I'll leave
Wyndale School first!"
"Well, well, no harm done," said Mr.
Harthorne, clutchiug at his hat; "if I'd
have known that you'd taken things as
hard as this "
"How did you suppose I was going to
take 'em?" said Miss Negley with a
scornful lauli; "did you mistake me
for the dust under your feet?"
"I assure you. ma'am, that nothing
of the sort was in my mind," humbly
littered Mr. Harthorne; "I wish oii
He hurried out, remounted his grey
steed, which, poor beast, was just com
posing itself fur a comfortable doze in
the sunshine, and rode oil", making, to
Alice Hopkins's intense dismay, straight
for the shady woods, where she still sat
arranging ferns around the ribbon of
"There's nouse trying to run away,"
thought she; "I may as well stay where
I am. And after all, whv should I be
afraid of Mr. Harthorne?"'
Mr. Harthorne checked his rein as he
saw the pretty young school-teacher
there under the trees. He nodded pleas
antly. "Tine day, Miss Alice," said he, wip
ing his brow with the identical yellow
silk handkerchief which had but now
served as a duster for his boots.
"les, sanl Alice, standing like some
fairy wood-nymph beside the spring;
"please, Mr. Harthorne, what did she
'What did who say?" said the mid-
die-aged gentleman, turning searlei.
"Miss Negley. Don't think iiieintru
sive," she added; "but 1 know all about
"The deuce you do!" said Mr. Har
thorne. "Why, she wouldn't let me get
in a word edgewise that's what she
said. Perhaps, however, I had a lucky
"Hut you must own that it is hard,"
said Alice earnestly.
"Hard?" echoed Mr. P.arthoine. "1
should have supposed it would have suit
ed her exactly. Hut," a new idea burst
ing athwart his brain, "there's as good
lisli in the sea as ever were caught out
of it! Miss Alice, what, would you say
if 1 were to ask you to be my wife?"
Alice Hopkins looked at him in
"I, Mr. Harthorne," shcoxclaimod.
"You are young enough to be niv
daughter, sure enough," said the worthy
man, not without some hitterimss, "I nil
I'm not so very old, either, and I've a
good home to oiler any woman who will
take pity upon my loneliness."
Alice looked at Mr. Harlhorne in sur
prise. It had never occurred to her little in
nocent heart that Mr. Harthorne, in the
uig wmie nouse wii n me pair ol Horses
and the close carriage, could ever be
And perhaps there was something in
the dewy brightness of her eyes, as she
raised thenito Mr. Harl home's face, that,
emboldened him to plead his cause with
"I should love you verv dearlv,
Alice," he said with a tremble in bis
voice. "1 would be very good to you.
Won't vou answer ni", Alice?"
Her head drooped; there was an in
stant of silence, and then she said ill a
"Yes, Mr. Harthorne, 1 will marry
He bent and kissed her forehead.
"You'll not regret it, mv lass," said
he. "And you're the verv ir'trl I would
have picked mil of a thousand. I'm
glad now that Miss Negley wouldn't
listen to mc."
"Oh, Mr. liarihorne," she said, "was
that votir errand?"
"Of course it was," said Mr. Har
thorne. "Dr. 'Smiley said she was the
very woman 1 needed to regulate my
househo,. Hut the moment. I hinted
at the subject,, xhe as good as ordered
me oil' the premises. Not that I am
sorry for it. She has a face like a man,
and a figure like a Prussian grenadier!"
Alice broke out laughing. She could
fancy exactly how Miss Negley had
looked. There was eoinloi i ii") liitj re
flection that Miss Negley could never
lecture lier any more.
Miss Negley battled wllh the commit
left next day, but in vain. The ruthless
trustees reduced her salary one-half.
and when it transpired, in some iimu-
countable way, thai turn had actually
refused Mr. llarthorne (without being
nsketl) she fell that life wits indeed a
failure. And tho arrival of Alice Hop
kins's wedding-card did Hot heller mat
ters. "Oh dcar.ohdear!" she said,"! spoke
too soon. Why didn't I wait to hear
wleU Mr. Hnrllioriie had to say before I
nrinwurcd in such a hurry? My toii'nio
always was by hescltingfault."
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wci-tof 'ln-:jrd priru'ljial merdiuti. cuti laltniiir ('
nrri", Hi" aliovi' duacrl' ml land la lyitiL' and hoiuu
.ilnat il in Hu- lounty of Ali-xniidi-r and .latu of
'riii-ri'f'iri , ftrrordiiii to iald comina'id, I .nail
'X(ioi' lor mill- nt pillule, a.ctinii, all the tiL'ht,
title and Interest ot the ahoye iiaim il Walli-r H.
l.atiiler in and lo the above ilem ribed property,
at 1 1 o'cloi. k a. in . on Tii-h 'ay the ,'sih day of AUk'.,
lvs:',, al tliu Hi-.ti-rly door ol Hie i:ourt houi-e, In
cltv of Calr'). I iU.
I'luti-d al Cairn, III., Ihla Mh dav of Aiiu'tn". isl.
SherllV Alexander County.
IIKIUKr' K. SAI.K.
Itv virtue of ar. e.'iciit um 'mA out of the
i 'erk' oftli eof the circuit court of Alexander conn-I)-
and .tale of llllnola, and to mc. directed, where.
by 1 am commanded to make the amount of a cer
ln;ti jiidu'ineiit reeently obiuiiied iii;int WalturS.
1. antler and Suinuel Lander '.n favor of Ilenjamln
1". ( nrtm out of tho tandn, teiieineiita, yooda and
chatelanl Iho .aid Walter H. Lander and Smmul
Lander, I luivo levied on tho follow
In i! dem rilied prniiiity, to wit : All of
hit t Ion elev, n (III. In tovuiMliip nialiien
(Pi) ar.tl In raiiao two U), vo-.t of tliu Urtl prin
cipal uierldiiili. aid land l lvll;H a'ld hi ln sltiia
ted in the county of Alexander and state o! Illlniila.
Tliep-frire, aecori'.lni: to ald coniniatnl, 1 ahall
cxoopc for phIc at. i nbllc, Hiictloli, all Ce. rlwht,
title uud Inlere.l of tho abovu niuned Waller S.
Lander mi l Snmiiul Lander, In and to the a'love
ili-.i "ibi-d properlv. alll o'clock n. m , on 'l ucaday
the 'th r'nvhif A'iiL'ii.1, at I1 n uxlurly door
of the. court limine,. In lily ol Cairo. Ill"
Dated at Cairo, l;l.,tlih) htli day of AiiL'tl-t. 1SS3.
Hlier.ll' Aluxandur County.
A New and Complete Hotel, frontlnn on b"
Second mid llallroiid Mtret'H,
Tim Vatou ni-er Depot ol tho Chlcat'o, HI, Loilla
hi. I .tow Orleaiia: llllnola Colilral; wabanh. Ml.
Loiiltt and Paelilc; Iron Mountain and n..nlhrn,
Mnbllii mill c Hi In cniru anil Ht. Loliia IfallwavH
are all Juxt acroaa tho atruels wlillu thu HUmiiiboal
l.ntittiiiil t" mil one .tinrc utainnii
Till. Ilolel la heateil by steam, naa atiiani
Laundry, llvdriu.llc Klovator, Kluelrlc Cull Itidla,
Antiiiniiilf Plru-Alarnm. Hatha, abaoliilely pliru air.
piirleiteerat'ii and tomplt't' appolnlmelits.
ra peri) uitnii'tiliiua; pcriuci nci-vitu, n.i an uu
Ii. I'. l'AUKKH A: ('
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All tlinw l,n tiflin l.irllii-Mln.i.. ir.i. nr nlliff otoM ara
nn-rt.il. In upltii.',!, ,lijii lll .Irtliij'li a onakla I
trl,.rni life', il.alea eri ilt, pan fm orriltnif mi nna.
bamly 0iif,,t, wliliiuii .iniiiii'l. iiiMI'-iiim. l-:aliii.it nya.rton
aalib.il tint tap ,f,-i. IftaVai a'.niK iivii bTlwaM
lnofU'iln Ni-rvni." lli-bllliy. pliv.lyil Oec.T,
b whnllf .ui. riMlr.l i,y I II K M AltHi'ON TtOI.I Xw Kni
nM.ri. eiiftea 4i"irrl hIi'.tiki.. retiiriiil.n to full ind Mt
ftok Bmnhiiini. a m.l., .nidi,., rlrtnlr, iJeaatab tmt
MIIMlli. crntii'ftli,.n -i.t. i,i,ipUi, ft.
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