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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: HIUUSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1883.
Tlie Daily Bulletin.
WHAT ONE GIRL DID.
Molly Perry woke, the inornin of
Mt'nioriul tin) ! almiit si cross as it is
jidMiiblit for a Lcaliliy, Mitmy-tcmpi'ivd
girl to lip. uri'l wiih Wnne reason.
Fur, to licrin with, li ! wakin"; sont's
u ore lirt .Tfi'tt'il liy a i-irnno; wiiilVof
tiibiicfo smuke wafioil into )ht opt'ii
wiinliw from tin ti of the loilnr lie
low; atiil a r-he hail gone to sleep with
the smut? ineetise in In r nostrils, you
niut own that it was trying, particu
larly to a country-liiini no.e that knew
t!ie frflgrancti nf wihl rape viues tut
locust trees. Whatever von may think,
Molly was wrathful. nn tlmmeeil out
of bed. shut the window with emphasis,
and sitting down in her one nicking
chair, eyed with strong disfavor a pil"
of clothes on another chair. And hero
w as another reason for her crossness.
The night licfore she had taken account
of -lock in the way of cloth.?, and found
herself on the verge of bankruptcy.
"Nd a decent t lung auung them except
that gray suit," she thought, dlscotiso
hm !v ; and the truth U they etv a
.-l. lit! y lot. Hairing the gray suit, a
navy b'lie serge (ragg"d a- to edge.-,,
and shiuy as to e','.,ows and hack), a
faded cambric, nn oi l l.l.iek cashmere,
hot an'l dusty -looking, made up ti."
U'hy didn't site buy sein" n"w
idoihesV" Well, there was no i irt;en
l.nr reason, eveejit tluM she had 1 1 -
Money to buy and no lime to make, be
ing oik of the forty or more clerk- in
the Mart of l-'aMiion." on W.isl,iiig'"ii
sti.Tt, .-if a sal.in of a wi i k. An
one niatiieiiiaticalh iie lined cm do tlie
sum iiioh Molly i;d eaeh week:
r.i.ard ' ?
Wiisiiins ill id irnii'.r.i
One .-itnnc at 'Tnii.ti" ( i ury litiui
T..tal 1 ;'
And out of the ditltivni H between this
total and six dollar- iuul conic hoots
and glove- and hair-pins and pocket -handkerchiefs
and everything else, so
you can see that tlie (jueen of Sheba
wa- tjuite ,-afe from a rival as far as
Mollv was concerned.
Hut this mention of the '-Mart id
Fashion" brings nn; to the cap-sheaf ol
Molly's discomfort. She had expected
to hiivc the day to her-elf, but Ruli ite
Crush, scenting possible protit from
country visitors, had decided to keep
open. ' So it was a icrv cross face that
looked at Molly from the little wavy
!okiig-glas-. :ind the soft lirown hair
was i):ii.-eled and twi-ted with very
few of the little pals and touches usual
h he-lowed on it, and the blue dn-ss
was donned with some twitches. '1 he
-it:!.! of the breakfa-t t.ibdf did not
'.'vi -it. ; 'nor in- 'ui. Niie lool-i'il down iij
long length, and noted the spots nnd
ring- and splashes on the coarse cloth,
the knives and forks at all angles, nnd
t!,o dishes niled ii)i. fragment- and nil,
by the Mii'o,!. lable-giil, and felt an tin
i w i ra' le disgu-t for it nil.
I' is not iieees-arv to oo into the
stoy of sieknt-s and death nnd debt
wloeh had brought her from a iiiet,
retined home to he a clerk in the "Matt
of Fashion" and an inmate of Widow
Jllek -of-second-! 'lite boaiiVuur lenw--
hut we will start with her this Mentoris-i
morning, when, after trying her sharp
little teeth on some tough steak, and
turning over on her plate some llabbv
fried potatoes, she h'-heda fly out of her
coffee, and took her way to the store.
Half the long forenoon had vtoni
away when Molly, with a box of tum
bled' laee- before her, stood looking af
ter a lady who had ju-t passed wiili a
cluster of violet- at her throat, and
thinking wi-tftiilv of a certain tilact
knew of win re thev grew, cool
moist in their green leaves, when
ul i juitotis lluor-walker brought
li.'iek Hi the present.
Miss I'errv. if vou are not more
tentive, I -hall have to report you."
"I will save you that trouble," -aid
she, and clap went the cover on the
box, nnd swi-h went the box into its
place, and Mi-s l'erry, with very red
cheek- and bright eye-, went down the
huio- store to the oiliee and tendered her
resignation, --lo take effect at once, if
?dr. Rush was ph-a-ed, for trade was
sl.tekening and there were twenty girls
for etery vacancy. ' Fitit you know- our
rule." Yes. she' knew the rule, which
w:is that a clerk leaving without notice
hoiihl forfeit pay from the la.-t Saui
lay night setilemetit. liut Molly's an-e-tor-
did not light at Concord wit;. out
haiitig something of their spiri: to
their descendant.-, so she turned t-i go
wiri an air that betokened no wiii-tint-miicc
with "rules," when Mr. ku-h,
e, hose In art had been a trille softened
In nn "uoiies of a certain grave in
Mount Auburn which would be decora
i-d that day, handed out three trade
dollars, and in ten minutes Molly was
in the Common, "with all the world be
fore her where to choose." The unusu
al leisure wa.- -o pleasant that the girl
loitered and lingered, enjoving the mui
tdiinc and air. and only w lien the noon
whistles blew did -he come down to re
n'ity. Af'er dinner, with locked door, sho
held n council of war. Here, on tine
side, wms Molly Perry, year- old
with health and hope, live dollar- in her
trunk, three silver dollars in her pocket
and otic good suit, and on the other
side the gnat, pu-hing, scrambling,
sclii-h w orld, eager to gra-p. and slow
Molly did sonic hard thinking.
"There - one thing -ure," she thought,
"I won't lend store again, nnd I won't
sew for a living, and I won't be cooped
up in n l'oi." The chances nre nar
row ing fa-t. Suddenly came an idea.
I'll do it." said Mollv; and what it
w a-, the .lc. rt.M r U next morning:
WAN'iKI), by nil American iil, who is a
kh'kI plain conk, a situation to Uu lions".
vo'rl; in ;i ei ill f.ini lv. Oiuntry pvetenoil.
Addr.s M. p., Advrli-er oiliee, Unstcii.
Well, tlie answers f;dl!v poured in. It
seenieil as though all womankind had
been waiting for 1iU American girl
who L, g,,(l 1,1:111! cook;" but Mollv
resolved to U- crith ul, nn,l waited. In
the meantime, seeing that a way wa.s
Open, idle dressed herself in her best
ami went chopping. Mie chose to p,u
ionize Rush iv rush, where her high
find mighty airs gate unbounded -:.' i.
faction to the clerk-, wiih whom she
was a favorite. She mailed up to ihe
)u iiit ( (iiinlcr with great dignity, tin ned
the goods over, pulled the corner- cfo-s-
wise, after the fashion of women s' p
pers, depreciated the patterns, etc., but
linally bought print for three dres .es,
gingham for aprons, etc., to the antouut
if f ;S, and counted out with greiit n ij
fn.y the three trade dollars.
'Oh, Molly, you know wo can't t-fco
them," haid the clerk. Molly turned to
Mr, Rush, who, sauntering along with
his eyes on their side of the store, was
taking in the whole proceeding.
"Mr. Rush," she Raid, "I took tiicse
here the other day, and now the clerk
Mr. Rush w as grimly amused her
audacity, but instead of answering ' er
turned to the grinning cash-boy in "it
ing, and snapped: "Cash, what : re
vou waiting for? Take the good- ami
money this instant!'
The youthful Mercury disappear. -d
like a spirit, and Mollv felt somewhat
as her great grandfather did at C.n
eord. Monday morning brought a Idler
which seemed promising, and which
read as follows:
Wurat-fiei P. X. II., June C Miss M.
P.: We need a domestic, and prefer one
of our own nation. The family consists of
myself and wife Bint a hired man. My
wife is feeble, and the domestic would
have to take charge of everything. We
would pay M a week to the rii?ht person.
If you feel eapible for the place, and can
brim: a recommendation, we shouiil bke to
hav vou come as soon as possible.
Then followed some directions a'lout
trains, and the whole wa signed in
plain, homely fashion, "Yours. Rethm .
"Wife feeble," mused 'Molly; "well,
she won't ie poking around the kitchen
all the time" (another tlash of the Con
cord spirit). "Domestic," not "ser
vant" or "hired girl." That suited.
The rc.-ult was that a few days later
Molly, armed with a letter from her
minister, wa- set dow n, the only passen
ger, at Wheatstields station.
Sipiirc Harlow, waiting for the "good
plain cook." was smitten with great
misgivings at the sight of the styli-h
young lady, for to his eye-, accustomed
to the dress of Wheat-field's daugh
ters, the simple gray - 'it with its grace
ful draperv seemed tlie height of ele
gance, and lie was ie.i r- ?. sliced by the
(jtiestion of the t :',;-i. agent: "(hit
company from the e:!. ain't ye?" Rut
it was too late to i'ctr :ti. and soon old
Dan'l wa- pulling the n : teadlly toward
home. The Sipiire ..aid little, but
glanced at the girl in a-iinal!y from
under his -baggy eyebrows. It was a
fair, hone-t face, wide;, freshened with
every mile in the .-we. i evening air, and
the gray eyes took in everything, from
the chipmunk on the wall to the locn-l
tree- with their fragror. drooping clus
ters. "Want a piece?" said tlm piiic, as
they drove under one. II. r face was
an-wcr enough; and stopping old Dan'l.
the good rnnn cut a cluster and dropped
i". in her lap. She thriftily took oil' her
new lisle-thread gloves to take it, show
ing hands so white that the Squire
groaned internally. Those hands wash
Ids dishes and scrub his tiuors? Wa-thi-young
lady, who was prettier and
better dressed than any girl in Whents-
fields, his dome-tie? He -hook his head
slightly, chew ing a bit of the locust.
Molly ventured a few question about
the family, and heard the story of what
was always uppermost in the Sipure's
l,- t,,vy ,f tlie oM il'.uc;litiT
Mary, one of the victims of New Kng
laud's scourge, who h;id faded away
three year- before, since when Mi-s
Harlow had sorter pined. it w;is a
pathetic little story, toM in the laconic
Xew Kngland way, but the browr,
knottv hand- worked unsteadily on the
linesand the spiire's eyes had a far
away look, as though toward the c'nin-
trv which field his Mary.
Presently they drove up to a comfort
able hou-e, w ith an air of plenty about
the large barn and wide porch, ovei
which grew a white lilac. Mollv found
i-r mi-tre.-s ;i !'ii!e woman, with faded.
gentle ec-. Mini sotf, slow Voice. Sin
ok'd ai the girl kindly, and held on:
her hand. Alter giving Iter a few direction-,
and telling her where to tire'
tiling-, she added to her hu-band. - " J ' -1 1
John to carrv her trunk to the ea.-i
hambcr." This apparently was some
thing unusual, for the Squire opened
his mouth as though to say something.
iiit being a man of few words, shut it
igain. and w.-tit out :
Molly, following her trunk, found
ier.-elf in a -mall room, with a bright
rag carpet on the floor, white curtains
looped away at the window, homo-iiKoie
Jirjen lowcl- with knotted fringe on -!)
ilUe table, an old fashioned chest ot
"rawer.-, and a low, four-posted la.d
"vitii valance and patchwork counter
pane. J he ii.oiii wa- neat, mil Itad at
unused l 'ok, nnd Molly wondered if the
tribe of girl-of whieh' the Squire had
made mention had marched through it:
nit, too tired to think long, she un
packed her small wardrobe, said le-r
prayer-, and knew nothing more until
morning, when a trilling of birds and a
ray of sunshine on her face woke her
to her first day of ion-ice. as a "doni"s
tic." While making her simple, toilette
she gave many quick glances at the bil-
low of i apple blossoms undeir her win
dow; and something born of the light
and fragrance and riin-ie was reflected
in her face as he took her way to the
kitchen. The wood and kindlings were
near at hand, the lire started off brisk
ly with a cheerful airof enconr,'i"cmeiit.
and then Mollv considered her bill-of-
farc There wa- salt mackerel, eggJ,
stale bread, the inevitable salt pork,
doughnuts and pie, and a pan of cream
whose yellow, wrinkh'd surface bore
testimony to the Squire's .Icr-ey.
"That mackerel won't he friul." said
Molly, for the course of frying at Widow
Jack-on's had been severe. The lingers
that had mea-ured lace mid ribbon so
deftly made short work of getting
breai.fa.-t, and the Squire, coming in
from his .-I raw berry lied with a pan full
of "Wilsons," found it about ready.
Rut somehow his table had an unfa
miliar look. The clolh was on straight,
the knives nnd forks wi-p- laid with
mathematical precision, an unwonted
air of trimness pervaded his familiar
crockery, and -there was no pie on the
table. Rut there w as mackerel baked
in cream, ami mashed potatoes, and
nicely browned toast, and the dough
nuts' "Miss Harlow don't feel able to come
out to the table this morning,. and 1
guess I'll take her a bite before I cat."
And so saving the Siiuii H took a nlate,
and commenced piling thing-on it in a
"dh," Ktid Molly, "let me do it. I
hae had a long experience with sick
people. They must be tempted, y ifi
She looked up at him with her bright
smile, and the Suture gave in at once,
and watched witn wonder w hile n tray
was brought, a clean nnpkin spread over
it, a piece of the mackerel laid on a plate
with the cream ladled daintily over it
(Molly had seen too much of dates
where' the meat seemed to have been
launched on them by an avalanche of
gravy ); then came a little plate of the
potato, a slice of brown toast, a little
plate of luai tor, a cup of entire, knife,
fork, spoon, etc. Then she whisked in
to the pun try, and out again with a
saucer of strawberries, and added them
to the content- of the tray.
Wait a minute," she said, as the
Squire lifted his burden, and in n twink
ling she was out of the door and back
again with a spray of w hite lilae.w hich,
in a tall glass, wa- given the place of
Inmor in the middle of the tray.
sho!" .-aid the Squire, with a slow
smile, "that'll just suit my wife. She's
famous for having things lixy."
Mrs. Harlow had missed the accus
tomed smell of frying, nnd wondered
in a feeble way if 'Molly couldn't find
' Why, Rcthuel," -he said, as her
husband set the trav down beside, "how
pretty! 1 really believe I am hungry."
And the Simire went back to his ow n
breakfast so happy that he ctitircly for
got the absence of the pie.
Well, this was the beginning, and
though life afterw ard was not all cream
and .strawberries and white lilacs, and
though bread would sometimes burn,
nnd pastry flatly refuse to be flaky, and
though unused nm-cles sometimes ach
ed with the new work, yet the girl kept
up a brave heart. The Squire and hi--wife
were uniforni'y kind, and the lat
ter, who had .-utVcf.d as much from
lack of cheerful socieiv a- from any
physical cause, gradually grew strong
er, and would sit through the long sum
mer forenoon-in the great airy kitch
en, placidly knitting or paring apples,
and tliougn she sometime- looked wi-t-fully
after Molly ns she tripped from
pantry to cellar, and longed for the
girlish tigure which u.-cd to iiit about
;n the same way, her heart took great
comfort in the bright, cheerful stran
ge'. And the ."squire, bearing the fresh
y oung voe-e .singing about the hou.-e,
would give a great sigh for the lost
Voice, I lit somehow tlie old hou-e .seem
ed less h nely to him. and after awhile
his tir-t que-ii ui would be, "Where's
Molly?" The plain country society
readily took her in and eon-idered her
high authority in the matter of "loop
ing" of ovor-kirts and doing up" of
hair, and at l ist no merry-making wa
eoinplete w ithout Moily Perry.
Those r,f you who have followed this
-lory in expectation of some absent -on
or nephew or younger brother of the
family appearing and taking Molly for
a wife may as well stop here, for noth
ing whatever of the kind happened, for
the Squire and his wife had no sons,
and their nephews and brothers were
a 1 married long before Molly's day. It
is trip1 that -onie of tl.e -mart young
farmer- of the region round about tied
their horse- occasionally m the Squire's
gate, and it is equally true that Molly
-aid "No" to some of them, though
they one and all -wear by her.
'Ibis story i- not written to indue,- nil
clerk- i,,, , I sleip-gti ls o pi-li into hon-i--
w ork, for not one in twenty would be
capable of doing as Molly did, and not
one in a hundred would tind such a
home; it i written -imply to show what
ore- girl did. - l!.:fi,-r ,tirl in llnif r'i
Annttdr English Enoch ArJen.
I'pward of twenty year- ago n hus
bandman, a native of Cumberland, niar-''ie-l
a girl belonging to the county.
The newly married couple went to re--i'le
with the bride'- friend-. The
' 'Videgroi ui. In -W e el . could not agree
v'th tje'lu, and ii! theeotji'-e of a few
tuoiitii- he left hi- wife and went away,
no ofc- knew- widthcr. The woman had
p'.i-on to hi Hove that h'-r liu-bnnd, af
ter h-ai ing her. look hi- parage in the
ill-fated steamer London, w hich in the
y ear 101; foundered on her voyage to
Australia. Seeing in the list of those
w ho peri-hed a name -iniilar to that of
her husband, the woman concluded
thai he was dead. Shortly after lief
husband's departure she gave birth to a
daughter, and the I wo lived together
without any particular incident occur
ring to change the current of theirdailv
life. Afu-r wailing for many year.-the
woman married a miner resi ling in a
village near Mary port, and the pair have
nice lived happily together. Ihe
lugl.ter of the lir-t hii-band is now
married, and has gone to Newcastle to
A few davs ago the tirsl husband
made hi- appearance at the residence
I a si-tci- in igton. and to her he.
tatei that he had been for some time
ing in Newcastle. He then made in
line- respecting the wife he had left,
and wa-surprised to hi'ar that h; had
a married daughter living in Newcastle,
the very town that he himself had been
residing in, and the w ife he had desert
ed was married again. His 'sUter was
unable, however, to give him the ad
dress of hi- daughter, and alter waiting
upon -nine of hi, relatives at Maryport,
to whom he announced his intention of
searching for the daughter he had nev
er seen, he proeeetU-d to the residence
of his wife, not far from the town, iu
order to obtain his daughter's address.
The second husband was not at home
when the wanderer made the visit, and
the woman wa- in the house alone. lie
knocked at the door. When the woman
opened it -he failed to recognize him,
nnd a-ked him what he wanted. The
man a-ked if -hi- had a daughter alive,
and. if -. where she wa- living. The
woman w ished to know his reason for
asking Mich a que-tion. and inquired if
he was any ivkiihc of her daughter's
hu-band. No," he replied, "I am a
nearer relative than that."
The woman then invited him into the
hou.-e nnd gave hitn the address, which
he put inio hi, pocket and prepared to
leave the house. As he wa- cro-ing
the thie.-hold he turned, and. looking
her full iu the face, said: "Well, Kli.a,
you have got married again and I hope
that y on will do well by your husband
and live comfortably. I tun your
daughter's fal her."
'1'h" poor woman knew him then, and
almo.-t fainting, cried in a thrilling
tone: "( )h, dim!" but before she could
recover her composure he had walked
away. He ha- since left the county.
, Muri'jiort Ailn.rli.it r.
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a nick child Buffering and
crying with pain or cutting teeth? If so,
wnd at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievo the poor little cufferor immed
iately. Depend upu it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cuu g dysentery and
diarrhu'd, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind o lie, nd'tetm the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives toue and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
i9 pleasant to the iftste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and muses in tlie United tjtates,
and is for sile by all druggi-'s throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Very Nell Put.
Why do wc riVfcr till to morrow what we eboiild
do to-iU) ? Why do e tii-K ict a ceuith till it
tbrnm na Into 1 ouniniptton, and conmmition
brines im to the itr-ve: UK. WM. II ALL'S BAL
SAM la aure t euro if ta'on in araron Itb-a
never been known to fail Uee it thoroughly, ac
cortllng to direction. Persevere tl I thedieeaee
ia onipiered, ae it in certain to be, even if it ahould
requiru a dozen li,.it!e. There ia no better medi
cine f(r rnlnionary disorders So d evcr.-wbere.
Baker's Pain Panacea
laonoofthe beat Liniments put np. It le a leal
pain kl icr. hi d (ii'mro)K ain, ubeilier Internal or
external, whenever neid, It tinii beeu a etandnrd
remedy lor the paet thirty or forty ycare.
Town'.ey a Toothache Anod ne turn inMantly.
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fivers.the 'Ferro-Phospcrated Elixir of
Calif. s," mrnie by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Diuggists, is the
best tODic; and for pitients recovering from
Fever or oth-r sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Woman's 'I rue Friend.
A friend in need is a friend iu.h ed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered w hen one is sorely afflicted
with discs.-", more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
leinale population. Every wumin should
know that Electric Bitters nre woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single trial always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, so id by Raicliy Rms.(2)
To all who are suffering from the errors
nd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak-ae.-s,
early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cm vou. khei
OK CHAKOK. This grist remedy
discovered uy a minister in S u'h Amyieh
Send a su!l-addrcer?f 1 tnve'.f pt to the RVv
Jostrii T. Lsma.v, Station D.. New York
A Vexed t'lergynmn.
Even the patience of Job wctzld become
.-lhaustcd were he a pn-acher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an inn -sunt coughing,
making it impossible for him to lie heard.
Yet, how very easy can ail this be avoided
by simply u..ing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs at.d Colds. Trial
bottles given awtty at Cic'ciy HrotT
None Put yir-t ( lass tioods.
In Watches, Jewelry an 1 Silv.-tware one
should have tlie bc-t or none. Mesiie.
Shcklev A Co., Chicago, nre making a
specitlty of fine good, ami if you need
any thing in Watches, in tust and water
proof chsis, Solid Silv.-r or Triple PiRted'
Ware, Solid Gold or K -lie 1 Gold Jewelry,
send toShurley A Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen piice. They an.
vouched f r and ec-lois-d by tin- United
States Express Co., Anenc .11 express ( 'o.,
Sou'heru Express Co., F. W. Palmer, post
master of Chicago, Gen'i A. C. Sa.ith, Ei
State Treasurer, and 111 uiy others, (rood-.
?cnt on approval, with priviiegu of examin
ation, enabling you to do puichasing at
home. Remember, Shurley A Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, HI. Skno for i ueik new
A NO HEAl.TIPi;i,LV II.I.t-THA'f ED (ATA LOG UK.
Nervousness, Nervous Debili'y, Neural
gia, Nervous Shock, St. Vi'ii, Dance,
Prostration, snd all di -1 as, s ol Nerve Gen
erative Organs, an: ail eim .m ntly and
radically cured by Alien's lirain Food, the
great botanical remedy, $1 pkg , 0 for f.
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will mike an offer bv which
you can eiru ?:J to $1 evenings, at your
nome. .Men, women, lioys or wins can do
it. H.C. Wilkinson & Co.. 19.', and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
fo The West.
There are a number ol routi.s leading to
the above-men tinned sec'.icn, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S int Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph nnd Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs of the very
firest nifke are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New' Mexico and Cal
'.f'riia "!" c.t with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express traia for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection in made with the
Overland trail ror California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, tint only fast time
an'l superior acco"iodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Mifcaouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will In mailed free.
C. R. KtSNAN, F. ClIANDI.F.li,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass At: en t.
fly viitiit! of nn execution lamed out nf the
clerk'f oltlre of the i lir.iiit court of Alemnd' rcoHu
ty at.d state of IH'.iion1. and to me illriried. where
by I am rom mantled to mnke the amount of a cur.
tain Juduiiieiit recently obtained iiKuiiist II-;nry
lliniHiilo r hi fore A ' hiiiIiil'h, Eq., l olicu tnaeja
trate In and fo the cltv of ralro ill aairi county and
Man, in favor of Jacob ilu-eer, out of the land,
teniinieuis, Kimde mid chattel of the raid Henry
Hiinnakor, I Pave levied on tliu following de
acribed proj erly, to wit : Lot Miiiibi red alx (). In
block numbered two CJ), In the town of Sanduaky,
In Hid county of Alezauder nnd auto of llllnoin.
Therefore, accordinit to raid rotnma"i,, -nail
expose for eulc at public a rtli.n. alltborleht,
tille and Interest of the above named Henry Hun
raker. In and to the above iieae.rihnd properly,
at 11 o'clock 8,111 , on Friday the .tilth day of Novem
ber, 1M. nt the weMorly door 01 the court liouee, Id
Duted at Cairo, III ,tlilBtbday of November, 18fc'l.
UOS-iiwd Sheriff Alexander County.
-UE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinola.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geueral Baukin? Businenn
ENTERPRISE SAVING RANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. W. HAI-I,! DAY,
JIL fl'AL AMI sitX IKI VT
EUREKA! EUREKA! !
SUBSTITUTE Ft)R LIFE INSUfc
A NUE CUMPAMI.s.
WIDOWS' k 01.TIJAN$'
Mutual Aij Sociktv,
Orcanied Julv Htli, 1H77, Lmti-r the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copt righted Jull
f, 1877. lutl.r AitolContrreii..
JAS. S. Mi-CAHEV....
J II. KODINSON
51. I'll II. MI'S
.1 A. UOLuSTINK...
W. II. MAliKAN 1
J. S. PKTKIE f
EI). II. WHITE
..ltt VK-- I,realilenl
Jud Vice I'realdent
... 5ledlcal Adviaera
KXKCUT1VI2 COMM 1TTKK.
Wm F. I'lTCHKU.
W. C JtXEL N,
HOAHU OK MAXAU KliS:
J. A. (.od-tlr.e, of liold-lltie A Horeiiwater. whole
aale and retml Urv ('ni4, rlc. ; Ja-. S. Metiahey
luuibr dealer; Win. K. Pitcher, itere rai ne-ent;
Altierl I.ewm, dea.er in ii..nr ainl t'rai'i; 1.. 8.
Tboniaa. tincklai or; Mo-ea I'uiulp-, con raetor
and builder; II. A itiunibi'-y, rotrr; Thoa.
I. ewia, aecn-tarv and attnrnev-at-lavr; V. H.
Marean, l(-tnepatbtc th:cian; It sa tier, of
Notder 4 Son. er'Kera; h. 11 lUird, tr e unpen
aor; Kd It White, a-'t ai x. W. .t o. M. A. bo
ciety ; J. W. Spier. InniV-r and a w tt.HI; r. L.
(iemiiton. bsrher: K It Dletruh. clerl; W., St L.
A P. K K.; M Kolner. ti.eri-hnr.t tailor; Jeff M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper and window rhaden; J.
E. Eniril-h, contractor and builder; Will T. Ked
hum, of More A lici'.bnrn. clyur r.iantifactnrera;
F. Vincent, deaer In Hme a d cement; I. A.
Hue p, photoirrapher; W. C. J01 .-1 .u, deiui-t; h
II . Tabet, mtj:. Jeweler; , I. II. Kot.ii.eon. J I. and
notary public; J. S. Peine, j.!i !::.; 11. W.
Poet wick, 'n-timace aent: K. h. Jatboe. foretnaa
St. Gaa ruaina. and K E. Walbn!i; lumiier and
eawmiil. of Cairo; II. Lelhtoi., cnrh'.tr Nt.
Pank. sit tart. Iowa; lie v. F. A. W'liie-ron, Pryora
org, Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, pUv-t-.lan Fu'.'or.. Ky
1 . or 1 b"nie W ll I: ar.
1 n -nrer C'i.- a F.
.'l'.r -l-rLl ls J. , e.e, .
Cie;r:clor--W ra E. Ol.l er.
llarabal I. H. Meyera.
tinrnr Wll'tem ner drlrla.
IV Ice MiiKin'rate-A. Com'.nj;".
aojki or ut,iHai.
irn Ward -d ui. Mt ttali , llariv Walker.
S.-ior d Ward - J !l;i tie. ''. ". tint-Let.
third Ward- M. F. H!ie. Kg stulth.
Kuur'b Ward f.'harixe O. Patter. Ado.ph Swo
fifth Ward Ci.aa. I a'.r.aai r. li.u.ry S-eut.
I'ortjo -t :ld 1. . lii.li -r
Circuit I lers- A . !I Irv'r. .
County Jodfe-J. 11. boldijou.
1 ounj t ierK ;-. .). Hio: 11
'iun:y Treamr' r- M:ka W. p.-.rker.
sle tiff - Johti llodwea.
t orota-r- H. f itzneraia
County Ci.mmlninnciaT. Vr. H!!i l i , J. H"
Mriloiher ar.d Peter Satu
(i.tlKU BAl'TlST. Corner Teuih ant! Poplar
; ermn; preaching every Sutidy moningand
nilit at ti'tial h'nira. Prayer meet i Wednee
cay nlbl ; Suiida. rcbonl. ', a "
Kcv. A W. ctllUA, 1'aitor.
( lll.l'.i 11 OF THE KE:iKl!.K-vEplcopal
j Fourteenth atrtet; Sunday 7.00 a m.. Holy
Con nuinion 1IU.7) a. m .. ' on.li'K 1'raj era It a.m.
sniiKluv aiboolSp. m., Eienlnt! Piajira "J'JOp.m
K P ! uvenpott. fi. H. It'itor.
t let-T MISSIONAKV BAPT16T CHVKCU
V Pn-ai l.lt tr at 1(130 a. n.., 3 p tr,., and 7 -JO p. m.
at t.ath atiool at 7"Ki p. m K- v T. J. Shorea,
e 1 IT
1 I'THEKaN-Tl.lrtreieb atrtet; aervP.n hab
l .. ha'h 1 :"(i a. m. ' dnr ir.y acboo'. 2 p m. Hev.
'1: sppe. paxt T
I I r, 1 HoDlsT Cor. Rirbib acd iV ..u.tit strcett,
I Pf:t hint Sabbath 11 .'' . m. and 7 :'t0 p. m.
-r. s-.nix.l at daw p in. rtev J . A. S-.ai rett,
Il(:i-IIYTEKIAS-Kichb 'treet; p-eacM..t on
I S-ibbaOj at 1'.:(J0 a. nv. and 7:'iep. m.; I raver
q. iuh V'i 'if.-adav at 7: !') p. -a.; -an-lay School
tip ri. hev B. V. '!?:ir pas'or.
' I . .IH.-EI'H S -iKeti.ar' Catholic) Corner Croft
O : t;r! Walrtit atree:a; aervlcee Sahbeth 10:3n.
n. ; Sunday School at 2 p. m. ; Ve',er ) p. m. ; ten
ac, eve-y dy at S rn. Hev. O'llara, l'rleat.
,-T I'ATKH K'fi-Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
O ntret and Vt'aafiin(jtoo avenne; services Sab
nel 8 and 10 a. m.; Veapera 3p.m.;Snnday School
: p. m. eervtcea every day at b . m. R v. Maatoners
AND LACK. VITAL ENERCY?
JI11. Ili.it air: i ilnnlcShleI
vnnle end Mnkiwtlo Applt
iioeeaiind OH'inHulH are a
Ity. 1'amlyr.ln. IlheumHtlam
V pli.y,f.ihniiHtioa, Loaa
of Vltiii Knerr. Overwork
.ed llmln. Wk llnrk, Kid
nev. I.lver. and Slomiieb
comiilittnta. md I areniUpl.
ed to ElTUEH Stcx. Thene
vte'7 luteal lnv
I'lnved, end eo
from heltnaaj U
othem, ea thev
cu-olft. c-nyKina ns
mna, nor Irrlta-
gUOO rilDB BID
lean be worn at
I work aa well aa
: riwt only notice
-1 nlln to wearer.
J power rRiiliited
I ent etinrea n' all
j dlMRM-a where
' rxtlo treatment
la of lieoetlt. TUeae for MI.rf ONLY nt once reach
the enl ot dl-eiiw. h they net direct neon Nertotia,
Muarular, and (memtive Cautera, aiwlllr realorln
thevltllty-whieh li KIK-trlett)-dnilnil fromtheara
temlireioeM or Indiscretion", th-r thua In a natnral
war ovoroome the wmkniiai wilhoiit drnutdnK the atom'
ach. They will cure etery tune alioit of ti net oral de
KenerHtioa. and we aro prepared to fnrnUh the mriat
emnhatlo end a-oliite proof to enppnrt onr clalmis
llluairated Pnmpalet Precor aent aealed f or 80 poatava,
CoatulUtion I AML.tlOAN OALVANIO CO.
ttH ft latited f 3 1 2 N. Oth (v.. St. Loul.lat
;-i',,''v''Ji. jjerft J