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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOlWINtl JULY 8, 1881.
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Al' Coramuutcauoua houlU he ad.lreMed to
A e. a. urnxKrr.
Tubhrtier and Proprietor.
a lickv i.i:i.vc:v.
iu his liitlo
U'r to realize
lnul jjt .,.'ii' it. a 5
tame. Hi' ;ii Military
b,.ai-JiiiL'-Loi;!0 rjow try
"If tint p.
Friid to U'.m
i .or clii.a li:i'iu t mc, lie
-cif, "it could ro rud apply
hi to siuiii.1 institution. If I
tvuM -but Lord! that is
hadn't i.', 1
not ti.'1 idea.
T..:u had s
1 must decide what I am
dimly promised to care
f r the ijo A-i'oni babe of his oiny sis
ter, who had jiiit died.
Tom was interrupted hy n knock on
tli" door. It was followed by a cry of
miu"ied entreaty and command, such
i,i oii'.v hungry babies know how to
I've fe'.ehed the poor little dear
Moui) !, '.r," aid the nurso, brandish
ini' her char.'e. "There! there! there!
li s pot w.i.d tills minute, mixin' milk,
llavt you f 't.n 1 a nurse, sir? And baby
wrints clothes. "
he Urt-pp-'J h'.-r shrieking charge
upon Tom's be .1 and started toward
M do jr.
Oh! oh!" pai.?d Tom. "lo not go!
Ia the name of merey, do riot! Why
do you sty 1 want a nurse? Are you
"1 sai, sir." she said, turning confi
dentially to Tom, "a 'monthly.' I am
willing to slay with you while I can.
l!at, sir, my summons may come any
day or hour. It is impossible to calcu
late. I'll wotk for you while I can, sir,
but when ruy call comes no earthly
thing can keep me."
"(.'an you,'' said Tom, looking gloom
ily at his now silent prize on tlio bed,
"can you give me any advice?''
Mrs. rrluimius placed her arms
Tom fervently prayed for light on
"I have it," cried JJr. I'rimmins.
"Malviny'g got to take it'.''
"Bless your dear soul!" responded
Tom. Malviny's the very one! Wliat
a talent you have for managing, auntio
There was Tom, his very self! Ho
Lad hit on exactly the right compli
ment to pay the "old nurse. He was
actually flouting through life on this
instinct ho had for saying the most
pleasant thing to everybody. Mrs.
I'rimmins of all things desired the rep
utation of a maneuverer, as it was, of
course, the one of all others she did
"les, sue criea, cnuckung, "l can
manage. Let mc alone! And first
thing in the morning I'll go there with
you. Now," said she, seizing her
charge, who was beginning to siiuirm,
"now I'll see what's to bo rot out of
Winking violently with first one cyo
and then the other, she started to go;
then, with a sudden solemnity, sho re
inserted her head in tho doorway.
"If I'm summoned," she said, "it's
above all else. If I'm called, I must
go, day or night!"
"Certainly," said Tom, much puz
zled, "but you won't be, auntie!" As
tho young man walked abroad to get
his dinner he felt impressed with an
almost mysterious awo of tho old
"To think of living alway3 with
death grinning one iu the face like
that!" he muttered.
In the night Tom's dream of peace
was again dispelled.
Another knock at his door.
"Am I under a bau?" growled Tom;
"what's the matter now?"
T'ni called," said the voice of Mrs.
I'rimmins. "Mv summons has come!"
"Oh, the devii!" cried Tom, lost to
all sense of tho importance of concili
ating the nurse. "Go to bed! Hold on
in the morning Tom, who, happy
fellow, always slept soundest under a
sense of depression, did not make his
appearand until 9 o'clock. Ho found
that Mrs. I'rimmins had actually dis
appeared for parts unknown. In tho
arms of his hitherto stern landlady ho
found his charge nestling. A new
light that of love was' beaming in
the solemn woman's eye that woman,
thought Tom, who could see anvof her
boarders starve and rot tor 10 cents a
"I have undertaken," said the land
lady, giving Tom a smile such as ho
had never dreamed could rest on her
features "I have undertaken to go
with you in search of Mrs. I'rimmins'
Several hours later Tom Collins
sprang from a light wagon in which he
had driven to the door of a pretty cot
tage. "We will make one last effort by in
quiring here," he said to his landlady,
who held the baby.
With his usual 'impetuosity he pushed
directly through i,,i0 the 'little reirr
Kitchen. There he forgot his errand
forgot everything except what he saw.
A young girl, plump, u.-at. and rosy,
stood with round unm bared before a
table. .She was asiduou,ly occupied
iu caressing with white hands little
lumps of dougli into shape.
Suddenly she turned. Such a dimp
ling smile! such rosy embarrassment!
Tom, great black-haiid, j -tty-cycl
giant that he was, thought this little
(dump bloudo an angel. T hought? why,
io was sure of it!
After a while he came to his senses
"I'm looking for one M dvina lin
ker." "And that is me," said tho rosy lips,
"Then i'vo brought you a baby," ho
A good deal of astonishment can bo
put into a pair of bright blue eyes
without spoiling them and so thero
was. Fortunately, at that point the
Juudlady appeared and so, a moment
later, did Mah ina's mother, called up
from the cellar by the voices.
Negotiations were soon completed.
T'oin, again in his little room, found
it the loneliest, dreariest place ho had
ever in ids lii't looked upon.
A couple of days luiter he concluded
that it would bo inhuman not to ro and
impure after his little charge. Iu an
incredibly short spaco of lime lie was
seized with the same impression again.
Then ho went to tako to baby, who had
not yet learned that tho moon is more
distant than tho door-knob, a box of
geographical blocks. 'Then ho went to
inquire if it need pocket money; and
ho told Malvina that he know sho was
not kept awako nights with it, because
her eyes were so bright.
After tea the moon camo out. Oh,
that wicked, shameless moon! Tom,
by its light, told Malvina right out
that her eyes were bluer than heaven
her lips sweeter than roses aud all
When they parted Malviva went to
her room and cried.
What could a perfect king of a man
mean by talking liko that to her? Ol
course he could not mean to marry a
little school-mistress only homo on a
Tom acted queerly, too, when alone
in his room. He took a paper and pen
cil, and llgurcd and calculated. Ho
made a list of all the little properties
he possessed. He added them up and ho
added them down. Then ho set down
a list of all the things he was accus
tomed to spend money upon that could
bo dispensed with. Then ho brought
out a book on economy, where it tells
how a man can live cheaper with a
frugal wife than he can alone. He was
astonished to lind that book so intense
The next day Tom went again to see
the baby. In fact, it had seemed to
him as though tho afternoon would
never come. He had moro waiting to
do at the cottage, for Malvina's mother
received him, and sho did not appear.
At last his impatience spurred him to
"I don't want you to see her again,
young man. I will be frank with you
and tell the truth."
"Oh, Mrs. barker!" cried Tom.
"She's a simple child, sir, and is in
danger not to understand that atten
tions from one like you can mean noth
ing." "Dour Mrs. Barker, you mistake me
entirely, -I must seo her this once. I
must, indeed. If she sends me away I
will never como again."
Tom conquered. When he explained
to Malvina' about his small income and
consulted -with her about its sufficiency,
she told- him that he ought to bo
ashamed to waste such heaps of money
on one. He should have sent half to
Tom's income has thus far held out
better than when he was single. Young
man, try it!
The old shopkeepers of Washington
are usually very interesting men.
They have lived through a great deal
of interesting history iu the place
where history is made, and have caught
some of it now and then as it passes
by. Tor years they have furnished tho
great men of tho country with neces
saries and luxuries ofen-times at great
personal expense. I!ut their unusual
class of customers has given them un
usual experiences, and as a result un
usual culture of a certain sort. They
are reservoirs of reminiscence. One
could not spend an afternoon more
pleasantly than in chatting with the
gray-haired proprietor of a certain
bookstore on Pennsylvania avenue,
not far from the capitol, made famous
by the great men who have whiled
nway their idle hours within its walls.
No private building in Washington has
ever held more distinguished men than
this little shop. Tew iiavo such a store
of memories as is to bo found there,
lint the young men in these shops aro
not so well informed as the old shop
keepers, and their comments upon their
famous old customers when they nfl'ect
any personal knowledge about them at
nil are apt to bo very funny. .Several
blocks west of the historic bookstoro is
a hat store, more ambitious and less
distinguished than it used to be. Two
other hat stores further west Attract
more fashionable people, now that all
the people in Washington do not live
in the central or eastern parts, lint it
is still a successful establishment, and,
while "viewing with alarm" the en
croachments of its arrivals, "points
with pride" to its past achievements
and to its dead customers. In its win
dow is a hat an old-fashioned beaver
labeled "Henry Clay's last hat,"
which is eyed with reverent interest by
all tho Kentuckians who come to town.
Recently two rather distinguished Ken
tuckians went in to look at it. 'They
were allowed to do so by tho courteous
young clerk, who also treated them to
choice tidbits of information about tho
past glories of the store. He told them
that all the great men of tho helium
and ante-bellum period bought their
hats at this old reliable establishment.
This was the hat that Clay ordered just
before his death. He had not really
worn it. "Ho died," continued tho
clerk, glibly, "right across the way, in
that old double house." "Oh, I guess
not," put in one of tho Kentuckians,
"Clay died at tho National hotel, down
hero a bit." "Yes," said the clerk,
"that's so. It was Daniel Webster
who died in that houso across the
street." "Oli. no," said the other
Keiituckian, "Daniel Webster died at
his homo in Massachusetts." "Well,"
said the cornered clerk, fairly desper
ate at this rude treatment of his treas
ured recollections, "somebody died at
that old house across the street, any
how." "Very likely," said both Ken-
tuekians. "(lood-morning. C'orrca
l 'jiahnt iliihak'pltia AVcyv.
There is a story current of a quarter
master at a frontier reservation post
who nfter many fruitless applications
for additional food for the Indians at
tho agency, at last put iu a requisition
for a falling gun. Tho commanding
ollicer forwarded tho iippliention with
this endorsement: "In my opinion tho
Indians at this agency are slat vin" to
death, and I recommend that aOaTlin.r
gun be sent to compel tin in to Htarvo
peaceable." Tho gun was sent, so the
story goes, and the Indians aro now
She Was Al liens and ''' W'm Kind
Ho was a married man, blessed or,
the opposite, as the reader may determine-with
an extremely jealous
wife. One evening not long sinco ho
seized a chance opportunity to do es
cort to a charming miss of sweet six
teen, whose blue eyes and dark droop
ing lashes exercised a glamour over
every man who happened to come
within range of their charm. At last
her home was reached, and as they
paused at tho gate the maiden turned
her lovely orbs full upon him and said:
"I'm so grateful for your kindness,
"Don't mention it, I beg of you," he
Very likciy the unsophisticated maid
en misunderstood the motive of his re
mark, for .she quickly answered, in a
"Oil, I certainly won't .sir, as loii"' as
I live, if you don't wish me toP'
Lola." t'(ti.:i it.
The Hiyh Collar Craze.
"Yes, sir, this high collar craze is
nssuming rather high proportions,"
remarked a dealer in geuts' furnishing
goods to a reporter yesterday. "You
see the present style of lsxi is higher
than it has ever been before, and" the
young men seem all collar." ,
"Where will it end?"
"Well, I declare I don't know. I
am looking for an addition by ls90,
which will entirely envelop tho chin
and give a barber no end of trouble
when ho wants to shavo a customer.
Then, as one extreme will lead to oth
ers, thero may be au uprising by
w hen young men w ho can not raise a
mustache will be glad to add another
inch and take in an upper lip and a pug
"This is a great country, sir, and
progress is our motto. I look for
stili another bull movement in collars
when we reach the new century, l'Jix),
and we may expect a collar which will
take in an entire head aud face, with
air holes for nose, mouth and eyes. It
will be warm and nice in Winter, and
will be particularly popular with
homely young men.
"If i were John C. Eno or Ferdin
and Ward I think I should order such a
collar and wear it in public." U-jdon
Monday Evem.no, July 7, 1884.
The weather is co lcr and the air purer
since the hc"vy storms of Saturday, which
at this place wis at one time a mixture of
rain and hail.
The clouds are heavy and dark to-night
and more rain is looked for.
The market has conic to a stuud-still, ap
parently, in all departments. Stocks are
generally large and the movement very
light, eep"ciilly in rin and hay.
FLOUR The movement is small and
stocks are ligli'. Prices are unclmnyed and
HAY The niatk.-t is flat. Large stocks
and no buyers, lieccipts are iu excess of
COKN Very qui. f. Stocks are ample
but there is no demand.
OATS Plenty and vuy dull. Prices
have dropped !) cents m 1 i-t w. ek.
MEAL We note a fur demand for
choice at unchanged price-.
IJKAN-ricnty and (prat.
15UTTEH We note a better inpiiry for
choice country. The old tt'.ck cannot he
EGGS Fresh receipts are waved ut
quotations, anything e'st' is iiegbctid.
CHICKENS Sin ill young aro slow.
Choice sell r.-alily. Old Inns are e.iy nt
FliLTT Berries, cherries and peaches
find ready sale. Apples are dull at . 1 .."0
per bbl., and ure selling from wagons at
40 cents per bushel.
VEGETABLES Tonutoes s-ll qu'ck it
choice at 50fe"o cents per b -x. Potatoes
and onions are dull.
Sjjalos and Quotations.
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Oraiiizcil Din'mlicr, I'ikIpi- tlio
Law nf ii;;:n.
C'DI'VIMGIIT SI-2( L'UKD.
STi'T'en-ior to Wilow it ml Orphan Mutual Alii So
tlety, o-(.'iii'izeil .J my -ltd, 1K77, uut'ir
tin; law of iu i.
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J. A. liolilHtine. oIOolilHilne A' ItoHeiiuater, linle
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-.i ' in m i Hi on inereliiiii! ; .). II. liohiimon, county
Jiiilj;i! an i notary public; Win. K. IMiclivr, com.
hroker ar.tl tiniiranro iwetitj U. II. HhI'iI, rky
treet feipervl-. M. I'hilli h. mrpiiitcr and build
er; 'I liiitn.i I. attorney ami err. tary ; K.V.
f.eree.iiitornis il-lniy. liiiitiioin III.; K. C. I'aco
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torney Bt-lii.v, ('bnrleton. Alo.j II. LviKbton,
racbiL-r Kirnt Xutional Hank, htiiart, Iowa.
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coll.'i:-.. lm le-en Ioii.'t ei.i'.ik'e.J ,n the ire-i'.-riient
of ( .'hrnn i,-, N rvoi in, KUiii nn.l
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M. l.onli, hi city paper pt'iow nn.1 ;i f , , r"l
dTii liiiow. ori.iiitrttti.n .it o'tiee or bv mall,
free and Invited. A friend!;' t..ik "r iii uplnL.ti
cota nuiblritr. When Jt is lTe,.i.v,'tilent toyl.it
the eltv lor treatment, iii. 'll. tiin e in l,e sent
tiymall or expr.'H. evervw hei e. 1 uratile cae
rtiar.'iiit-M; here doubt c.v.t.. 1 is trarikly
Slated. Call or W rite.
rT0m Proatratlon, Prbliilr, nUl Inj
t'hylral Wriiknn. Itprrni Ul nd other
tflwtlnnof Throat, SUnn Bonn, l.lood
Jrnpurll If i and Illnnd I'ulonlng, skin A fief
tlona, Olil Sore and I'lfcn, Impediment to
Marriage, KheumHm, PHm. Special a
tentlnn ta faeti frnm orer-worlini rtn.
SI IKiir W, CASKS recelvo uperlal attention.
HNeaiM arlalnir from linprudf nret KiCIIIL'
Inilulrnces or Eipuiurei,
It la self-evident that a i hmelan f avhig
partleiilar ,'ittentlon to a cla-. of r.i.eb attain
jrn-at fklll. xml phi slelati In regular praetleit
all oyer the country knowing tliK fre.i'enlly
recoiiimend -es to theol.le.t olliee li- A ilierU
r. where every known applliin. e I 'e-oi'tei.'
t". iiihI t lie irov,'i 1 itno. 1 re iii,..l i-: ;t al,
tiKe and roiintrle are iHed, A w hole Icu-ip li
lin d f.irolliee purpoe, and all are t rente i .villi
skill In re'peetfiil maimer; and, know. lot
what to do, no experiments are made. ( n ..c
Count of the trreiit iiiiiiiIi.t upplvinr, thrt
i hari.'e are kept low. often lower than Is i
mainleil hy otliers. If you secure the ski 1 'ml
Kei a speedy nnd p'Tfee't lite cure, that :s .no
Important mutter. lJauipbict, JO paes, S :nt
to any addics free.
r.lf'jfiint cloth (ituI trttt ltttillii,,r. Soaled for 50
pent1 Iu io-t;ieor currern'V. Over tlity w.iit-di-rliil
l't'ii li'tn rcM. trim tolfn, jirtlcli'V on tho
fnllowiiiir s-uliJiM'tf : Wln may marry V wbon t r
wliyV i'rnni r iurito iiiurry. Whnnmrry Mr-':,
Manho'i'l, Woliianliond. I'Mivtilral le''ny. :i
licultl luurrv, tlow lift- nn-i hupi tixs may je
Inrn'a-fil. imirrkl or ronti'miilat::"
Inarrvinif htmll rfa'l It. 1 1 mi i; tit to lit r'n 1
bv a if u'lult pprMiin, tlien k i t imUi-r loek nit
kev, J'opiilar 'tttion, samna nttovt. tint pap'i'
fuvi-r ami '2w i aL-d, ct'iil4 by mall, la uiouv
f DR. f
BEFORE V-AND -f AFTER
Electric Appliance art tant on 30 Days' Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YCUNQ OR OLD.
"lITIItl aro fiitrerlnir from Ninvora DrniMTT,
I imt Vitality, I.ric or Kkhv Koa. amu
Viiiok. IVA8TISO VyKAKaen. and n tllomiihseaie.
ofa I'huionai. N'ATi aa n'miltin from Arum and
UTimi l ai aaa. HihwIjt relief nml c.iniileU reat.i.
ration.. I IIai.tiiA iiioh and Maniiooh OeAKANTKKti.
The iriiiii le.Ht ilnenvery of Hie Nineteenth Century.
SeiiJut iineo for lllu.trudal Pamphlet fme. AiMrma
VOLTAIC BtlT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.