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THE DAILY CA1K0 BUIXKTIN: THUKSDAY MOOING, DKCKMRKR 11, 179.
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I'FFK'IAI. PAPER K AlEXAM!KC'VNTV.
It v.i t'ie d-ty after Nw Ycm-.v j. cwl.l,,
ciav Tui-silay umrniug th'it I diconv
l iU'!y wvuJwl my ;iy ty school, wishing
th' hviiiunys c;iui oficuvr ami stayed Ku
vi, anl ivgrvttiBij that out ol' fifty-two
fivrv was only oa week vf uuiuWrrupteJ
The old ml scliwl hoiist.' stood at the
jiiiiUure of three roaili, and su I raised tli
I'ttU-- hill just lei'ore renebiag it, I saw,
4tu:& from the opjiosiw direction, a little
hla:.k riuie tint !oukxl like a moving
Mot on the uubrvkeu whiteness of the
Huow-coveied 1 andsc ape.
I uever could tell what act dated liie to
l uge: o.'i her uiovemeuts as 1 Jid, or why
h!te si. strongly attracted me. hut from tue
tirst, 1 thiuk 1 mu.st have l'-ved thy child,
even before 1 was old en uh to slightly
tiiderstaud tne meaning of the word.
AVe reached ths worn old door stone to
gether, and, being a boy, not at all afraid
i s;cu.k to anyone, much leas a timid httle
g'.rl, 1 verv coolly asked her if this was
!irnt ditv at school.
"VA, and 1 dreu.l it so much."
I:, was the sweetest voice I had ever
h.ard .r have ever heard since. The pecu
liar rising inflection on the Hsi word, was
like the short, clear, low notes of a bird,
a:i 1 as p'jiely natural.
'!o you come every day ;"
"11 ive n't missed a day thin wli.v.:.''
' ih, 1 am so glad"'
-Why are you glad?"'
"15 caii.se you are a school bey. V,'...n't
i pleasu tell me your namef '
"kdward Durnnd. 1
' 1 like the name,'' she said sweetly, and,
L'.'y :ts I was, I wondered how any mortal
ever came by such an augel smile. All this
t ine sho had been trying to untie the ro'ind
worsted stViiigs of her hood, but had only
s-iccceded in drawing them into a harder
"Won't vou please untie it for mc
!i'.: held up her little cold ciu'u, and with
out a momuuLs hesitation I bent down and I
lid as- she wjuesied. It was such a tend
er coufiding little face who could help
Ljving it.' 1 patted encounigingly the rose
rsl cheek turned toward me in gentle
tru:hfu!ne-s, and bade her not to he afraid,
for she had ns good a right to come to
school us any one.
"Halloo! where did that little blackbird
oomo from!'' ci ifd kind-hearted lien Phil
ips as we entered, "Come along, little girl,
and get wttiui, for you look half frozen."
A general tittering and nudging followed
Bcu's energetic seating of the new scholar,
and one saucy little minx, not understand
ing its signillcancc1, asked portly :
' "What arc jou looking so like a crow for?
i hate a black drcbS."
"Hush!" reproved an older girl, who
overheard the remailt. "Hindi, Sue; don't
you sec she is in mourning?'1
The voice tint had so charmed me in the
entry answered the question iu a strangely
"My father is dead !''
A hush aa of death fell upon the noisv
grouj) gathered around the old clucked
atovu. The uu won bud silence was broken
by the entrance of thu teacher, who iiiiino
Jiately rapped us to order, after which he
briskly called up the new sell olar.
"What is your name:'1
Mr. Vike looked wise.
"Adelina Lagrange. I suppose; and you
are the daughter of the lady who has re
cently taken the Baldwin cottage;" '
"Well, you mav take this seal.'1 point
ing 'to a Uueli not far from where I
wits sitting, and withoi't further nucMioi -ing
Adelina had nasnsl through the trvmg
ordeal of a "first 'lay," and was duly
counted one of int.
Her inothe", it was rumored, whs a holy
of refinement; and culture, but very proud
uiul reserved in her demeanor for a poison
wlm whh ob i ; d. to teuil) music for a liv
ing. Mm. L (grange, at any rule, was
y unj, handsom find recently widowed -at
lenNtthe length and newness of hor veil
indicated to observing feininiiiu eyes t'.mt
the bereavement was reeeut, and that is alt
the gossips know about hur.
Thj summer term brouglit Adelina again
1o the old red meliool house, bnt sochanKeil
0 ilwurdly that we hardly kuuw hur for too
ombre "blackbird" of thu iwvlotw winter.
Hh tlutti'itid In om niornlnsr drvod in
white, with m) and shoulder-kitoU of
thcriy ribU'iis tho loveliest t u-ature 1
At noon slio came to mo and saiil very
"Aft r today I am not coming any
"1 am going to the city to live; but you
wcro kind to me the first day 1 caino and I
toll you for that reason, and bream e you
didin mind untying my hood for my."
1 felt Iter going so keenly that 1 could not
study, try un I would, and in consequence
my grammar lesson was a decided failure.
1 weut home from school her way that day,
taking care that the other scholars should
not suspect my motives.
When I cameiu sight of her she was stand
ing motionless by the roadside, atten
tively watching a yellow-jacket buzzing for
sweets in the downy heart of a white Can
Vvars after, when miles away fiom that
spot, 1 could shut my eyes of a hay Oc
tober afternoon, with a 5 o'clock stm dip
ping toward the tree tops, and see a little
"irf. lovely as the blush of the smiset, sh.-
ing pensively at a bee upon a common road
"1 i 1 it sting you ;'' I asked, assuming
a very sympathetically.
"No;" bees never stim; me, and I've
witched them dance ou the thistle heads
"I did not know that you loved them.
Most gil ls arc afraid ot bees."
"Yes; but 1 am not.''
She turned the rack patch of thistles and
slowly resumed her walk homeward.
When we came to the lane where our
path separated she put up her anus to be
tak -n and kissid before leaving me, as she
said " to come hack no more."
"lie .lo I to yourself, Kddie, and mt
winter, if any little lonely Adelines come
cold and frightened to the old re. I school
house yonder, be kind to them us you were
Something choked in my throat, and I
c uld not say a word; but I kissed more
than ome; and after she had slipped from
n.y anus and was -JO rU away, 1 sat down
and cried like a baby, because 1 s never
to see A.leliua again.
It was not long before the rumor was rife
in the ueiiUUrhood that Mrs Lagrange had
married a middle-aged city millionaire, and
that the young widow and her child had
found a new protector in place of the "tie
death had taken from them.
Years ilitted bv
I was I : I had lou-ht
through the gleat rebcHicll-entered the
army a private and came out of it a cap; i::i.
shattered in lu.-alth, and utterly deple.-ited iu
pocket, to lin I myself at home again, ill
and altogether oistiustful of fortuues'
lu my freq'ieut walks to the village post
office I often passed i'V the old led school
house, and never without a sigh of regret
for the many happy, carc-frec days speut
within its battered walls.
Among the letters handed me one morn
ing, was one postmarked New Yolk, which
iufoiuied me of the agreeable fact t.'iat
through the lustrumeutality of a friend of
mine whom he was anxious to seive, tlie
undersigned. Mr. M i.xwell. had been in- j
duced toext-nd to me acmm.-r:ial open-
ing at the abend salary of '2.'JU0 a year,
to be increased if merited. There was lor
time for me in thu ull'.r, u-& 1 .. jaciI it.
Mr. Maxwell, a rich New York tmr
chant, from the first took a. lively interest
in iJiv advaiii.'fineut. The unknown l'iieii'1
I could not account for in any other way !
than by supposing it to be some soldier
cemrao..' whom I had befriended in the
Within a inoiith I was fairly instli.led at J
my new pi st of d'ltv. and .succeeded ia !
pleasing Mr. Maxwell so well that at the
beginning of my v.-cond year, he srnt me
to Europe in tile ii.'.eiest of the house.;
When I returned, I was g;ven a week's va- :
cation, which I s;.e;it among tlie bree.y j
hills of iny old country home, pa.sing the i
wleitsant September davs in tr'iinpiug
thwugfi tin; woods and tic;hls a;nl by-ways
that w-.-re the cIiom.-u haunts of my boy- i
hoo.1. . !
I wo iust turniri'' the curve in tlie
where tlie Canada thistles grew, ami j
lost in mv walking reverie tn.ii 1 wasiil-i
most opposite a "ladv standing .;i their ;
Uiidht before I was aware of her prcsenre.
"1 am glad you still love the old scene-,
Mr. Duraii'l,'' she said without expressing
the least surprise.
I was astonished. Here was a ladv
whom, to the best of my knowledge, I had
never seen before addressing me as famil
iarly as if We had known each other ai;
our hvi s.
"Name are treuehcrous things, and if 1
Were ever so fortunate as t have known
your-, I am guilty of having forgotten it,"
".Men forget easily, 1 am told; but I had
In ped to find you an exception to tlie
A very awkward silence on my pun en
sued. She took pity ou my evident cm
harassment and continued:
"Has your buttle with the world entirely
driven from your recollection all the old
bchool faces? '
Her voice dropped to its old, sweet, clear
winning cadence, thrilling my whole being
1 caught her hand, and before 1 knew
what I was doing, had carried it to my lips
and khscd it.
"lixeuso me," I stammered; "but I am
so glad to see you, and you scfrm just thu
same little girl I kissed here years ago -not
a bit taller, nor a bit older only Adelina,
always lovely and always loved.''
Then I told lmr about myself, how pros
perous I whs, and the strange manner in
which I had been brought to the notice of
j my kind employer. When I hud finished
! she men ly said in her simple way:
"1 know it."
"You appuar to know everything. Do
you know Mr. Maxwoil?"
"He is my fuller."
"And my unknown Iriond "
1 sniggered back, in my soul ahluimod
that I should owe evi ry good in life everything--t)
a woman who owed mo nothing
hut. the poor favor of once having untied
for her a wretcned black and white- worsted
I turned away, cut to thu heart, but she
put out a detaining hand.
"Don't (jo, Mj. Durond that in, don't go
ufnliug hurt; for it would make nio very
wihapi j if yo wer to go away angiy
'Vulmppy ! What am I, that pain to
me should render you unhappy " I an
"I knew of 'no other way In which to ex
press my gratitude."
"Uratitudo for what (" The (picst'ion was
rudely abrupt, but she took notice ot my
(.latitude for the kiudnos given" mo long
ago, and w huh I have missed ever since
tlie day we parted here by the roadside."
"Are you conscious of what it is you are
"How am 1 to understand your words?"
"That I leave to your good Judgment,''
she smiled, lowering her eyes.
She had iiuiustant illustration of mv,lgood
judgment," in the way I imprisoned, her two
little hands iu both of mine, and kissed the
sweet mmtth tor its shyly whispered prom
ise. I walked homo with Adeliua- h hU
happy! and when I asked Ik r hand of Mr.
Mawvell, he said:
"1 have anticipated your request by keep
ing you under my eye for more than two
years. Adelina is the best and truest girl
in the world, but I believe you to be as
worthy of hei asany man living, and I give
herto'you, confident that you kn.ov how to
prize the treasure you have won."
And so, not long thereafter, I married
Adelina, the love of my boylukw.1, and the
crowning glory of my later years.
Mn. Jons 11. Uviaso, of Troy, N. Y.,
sull'eied w ith rheumatism for ten months m
that he could hardly raise his srius or legs.
Tried a Untie of St. Jacobs Oil, and the re
lief was immediate.
Auk Savinos Hank Swim? This is a
question of vital importance to the indus
trial thrift of our , country; and while our
legislatures are poudcriug the question, we
would earnestly advise every one to take
Hall's lialsam for Coughs and (.'olds. War
ranted to cure.
Wuv surfer longer from the torment of aa
acliiiiij back; Kindev-Woit will cvre vou.
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IHG MUDDY COAL
A SDKOL -VLTV-WOUD
AND CI.AL Y Mil):
Ti-iit.li Street. Between Wusliiiigton and
i XI 11$. (.'. MCLEAN
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Il.ii. IV It Limit U 'MJIlIU till: lilll'tU iil.lt ol
Millinery ami Fancy (joods
Iu tltls '.ity, unit
They Must b.- Sold at
Tki) LwiitB r r.qiii'Hti;d tu thil an,l ur.Hmiiiu
l'riit! VV'iU bo -Xl.iil) Sitl.i.Hlix;tory.
BIOHTH sj'l'HRKT, N KXT DOoH 1'ij STL'AllT S
ity viritiii oi sn i' iitloii to mn uiot'i d, hi - in
i, lin k of ibn Circuit Court uf Alcmuiili r i.'unn'V. 'n
ttiu.stittii ill' IliiniiiH, In (tivur ofJiiiiir. ii,. i,M, wi.
limn 1'. Hitillilior. snil nuuiiif I Cairo Hon mill llnnkia
CdiHiiiiuy I hiivi) Ihvii d iiputt Ibe (iiihmiiiK ii.
Huriiu d property, ti- it; I.uts uini tu nintit, buili
iiii liiKlvii, in him k iiiunlit ritd ddiiiI i.mtii Iiiihuiiu tu
i.'iHhi, liuth iiii'.lunivi!, in hlurk uiuiiliiTid niulu isi,
In inn Hull sUililiuii Iu tins city of i.uirn, Aluxiinder
t.'minly, IIIIiiiiih, iiK.liiillnii licnuwi anil puriiiiiiHliiii
tu WMi find iirecl Slid ruHiniiiiu Imitil i ii nlc . utitlin
ll'.vnu nlupa in ImiiI ul' mini Into, w lt. illi'il In c.,:,l
from Tsylor ib I'srwins. triiMutnoite., Unn d Mar-li
Jlt. 1HT1, toi;iillii;r with all mid slliiliiiiir. thn mill
builcr Imimr. drv kiln, olhi .IiihIh hiiiI liuihlliii:-,
mi -mil lot and prvimsuit.Hitnitiiid to'UiKrwillutli
and sitiuliir, thu kpiiiroiiiiiiii.itii, Dxiumk. thiilem,
niini'. ruiv mill, nlniftliiHii, hultliot". imilli b und
iillntr aiui tilliry.nu, tnuln Hi'il iiihi liitnn of nvury
kind and dUHcripUun wuutsinivHr. HinMiuitiihi, bii
lunuin tu, or In any wny r.uunlitiililiK purl and pur
cd nf. or timd In. wbut ih known kit thu fHlru Mux
and llupkut CuinpKtiy Kai.uny ; which 1 lmi nirer ut
pu'iilc ii'iidtir, mi tliu prtiiniSKH. n iiIhiv., dincribi d,
ill thu nrtll iiildltlnii U thn city uf Ciuro. ruuniy i,t
Aliixnndiir and Stain or Illluuis, on tilu till duy uf
Di ctiiatmr. lh"..nl 10 u'cluck, s.m.
IMU'd Uii, Cairo, llltuom, M dkj of Xuiiinl)r,
A. 11., ItTtf.
H. MAKEAN, M. P.,
llmw'oimthl,' Physician ami Surgeon.
.tlU'o 140 l!i. jinuircUl avrmiv. Hi'liini'o rornt-f
V uiriKUUlu Si. uU VUiiii1'tiii kvi'uue, l'lro.
Jl. K. W. W iUTLOCK,
Orrici,-No. YM I'ouiuteivtkl
l.i.'tuli ml Ninth StrtTio
)lt. W. t JOCKLYN,
I K N T I S T .
UVr'K'K - Kl;lilk Street, lii'iir Coituieiviii! Awtut.
Notary I'lildic ami Coineyaiuci'.
t'KKli B: Wi.b lie Vii!on' si.it Yd
uai Aul Sixicty.
Vrrt'KN EYl- AT- LAW .
JINKllAU iV I.ANSl'KN,
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THU WFVKI.Y Pt IIFTIV.
The Weekly Huiletin.
FOUTY-KI;iIT ( I.UMN
l-OK'n-KU.HT (. C I. V M N
PniLlsHEP iN XONIiAY
8.00 Per Annum
11.50 to Clubo of Ten and Upward!
Bui et n
;! C O A L I N I
-THE ELECTJilC CLEANSER.-
HAS NO KgUAL FOU UKXKUAh 1I0USK-CI.KANIN(
rFKl'OSKS, FOli WAS1IIX(S CLOTHES
Foil THK I ATI I, ivC, kV.
ii Cltvi.tig l'..iiit, Yamishfd Suifaces, Window (!!::s-, Mirrors Cold r:ui,
Marble, r;..,,, s-,w !rg Macl.ir.o, Furniture, OilC lotl.s.Silv, r Waie.Shi w Citn.-.. I'rcres,
Cut Class, Ciol
readilv, Ac., A.
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F01I I'SK AS A llSIXFKtTAXT!"
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oil Marks, or .y Dirt
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WALTKirS t'ATFXT KSCAI'K OH
VOll STKAM CYLLNDE.US.
NO MORE ( YL1NDEK
I cull the athmiioi, of ,.m, ioiors of Stem
agreut snvmg of fuel is ,,li, ,-.1. The Vulvc
...u..n.jiM; id uM cvnnmir tin V-iIvt opi
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Hllort time, and will lust ovor tuu vmr.
MTSttitu iin.l County Kights fur Side.
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heing oi , ,.u th. inossion ; ,; ' , aml
J' si.:i!t,mg u'..t..,uiikiei,!ly in em.li stuikc.
,,o. working, us the Vuives are then kept
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