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THE UA1LY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
How long had Iwis Courtney known
Nora liellnirsP Only sinco tlio coin
incncDiiiL'iit of Inst season, luit beforo
it w iw over ho hnd sworn to himself thnt
if nol slio, then no other woman should
bp his wife. Sho left town, however,
lwforo ho had nmstcnid pottta-jo to lay
nt her.fnet his heHrt and fortunes, hut
Uwy met njrain soon after and tlien ho
resolved that ho would know his fato.
Day by tiny, by all tho Kins a man
can show, he wooed her with all thoso
little attentions tltnt nnmn so much, but
Nora either would or could not under
stand them. Did sho not,really,thoughP
I Io almost thought at times that there
was a tender light in her eyes when ho
spoko, a softer tono in tho voico with
which she answered him, than was com
patible with absolute indifference; and
ono evening, after a longdny's run with
tho hounds, ho detei'tniued that ho
would know beforo ho slept what fato
was to bo his.
Ho could not speak beforo others, of
course, but when Jio entered tho draw-ing-room
after dinner, ho mado his way
straight to whore Nora But, ft little out
of tho ghuo of tho lights, looking liko
some sweet, serious spirit, in her un
spotted white robes, and laid a dainty
olYering of hothouso plants reverently
on her dress.
And, with just a glanen, Nora sudden
ly sprung up from ner chair, and tossed
the Honors through tho window.
Mrs. IJexton, who was tho spiritod
heanty's godmothor, looked on in indig
While Leww Courtney, white with
pain, even to his very forehead, waited
ono second, then
"Will you please explain, Miss Del
lairs?" And then, Nora, who had lingered at
tho window a second, turned uncle to
them ngain, cold, calm, perfectly self
possessed. "It was nothingriiNch. A caltcr
pillar was among iiiem 1 detest crawl
No apology, no regret, no thanks.
And Lewis Courtney bowed and left
tho drawing-room, with feelings more
easily imagined than described, to liml
a refngo in Mis. llextou'a boudoir, to
which be had freo entree at all times,
and threw himself down on her lounge,
after turning down tho lamp.
Then, becauso the hated sounds of
laughter and merriment from below
persisted in occasionally coming to him,
ho dragged a large rug over him over
his hoad and ears, and succeeded in
shutting out the outside noises, whilo
the inward commotion seemed more
than ever agonizing.
Until now ho had not known how pas
sionately he loved Nora. He had knowu
ho had loved her loved her beyond any
doubt, with all his hoart and soul, but
until that rebuff, until sho had shown
him, so cruelly, so needlessly, that ho
was more than dissatislied to her, ho
had not fully realised h11 it meant that
there was no hone for him.
How long ho bad boon tbero bo could
not have told, when ho heard a light
footfall, and somebody who was already
heralded by a dainty suggestion of thq
fragrance of wood-violet, somebody
who went over to tho loungo and knelt
down besido it, and laid her cheek on
the rng that so completely concealed
1dm, and throw ono arm across tho pil
low. Somebody who said very beseeching
ly, very charmingly: "Godmother!"
And, of course in an instant this
treacherous hypocritical - fellow, of
course you will think he was all that
and more, understood tho very natural
mistakes proud Nora had made, and, al
though his first headlong impulso was
to immediately inform her of her error
and announce his own Identity, thcro
camo a second, still stronger, more
headlong determination that, sinco Des
tiny bad evidently taken this atl'air in
hand, Destiny might carry it on, and ho
would just Ho still and say nothing.
"Godmother, dear, I know perfectly
well why you camo off up hero by your
fielf you are vexed with mo becauso
1 treated Mr. Courtney so."
"Are you so very angry doarP" Nora
went on, in such sweetly coaxing tones
as he never had heard in his life. "I
know it is just bocaiise I threw thoso
flowers out of tho window, but but
godmother if you only will forgivo
mo, nud please 6poak to me, I'll tell
you I am so sorry I did it."
But godmother still did not answer
tho pretty penitent Indood tho wretch
under tho rug was going through tho
strangest experience that over yet had
"I think you are too severe, godmoth
er," sho went on, with little delicious
breaks in her voice, very suggestive of
coming tears, accompanied by affection
ate coaxing ijttlo jats on the shoulder,
"for indeed, and indeed, I did it on such
a half-terrilied nnd ridiculous impulso.
But, I am sorry."
Still no answer only this guilty fol
low under tho rug wondered why sho
couldn't hear the violent auricular and
vontricular commotion beneath tho gay
I'ersian stripes, and then the sweet
breath floated nearer his face, tho sweet
lips almost touch bis cheeks.
"I know I deserve it," and thon great
sobs came," and he felt her form tremble
as it leaned against him, "but, J can't
say any more, can I P Yes I can
you'll forgive me if I confess I lovo
him, godmother. I do. I do, I do, and
-scolioro-I went and picked up his
' dear flowers after he went, and I'll nev
er givo them up again. I do lovo him,
dear; and becauso you havo so often
epokon to mo about him, thoro isn't
anything unwomanly in my confessing
It to you, is there? Godmother, you
must auswer me; don't bo cruel any
onger, dear. Godmother you hurt mo
by not spoaking. Why hy ;
And thon, as sho tenderly, wistfully
roached out hor baud to touch Mrs
Hcxton'a face, it camo iif contact with
She sprang to her foot with a thrilling
acream, of horror, JtiBt as Mrs. Hextou
came into tho room, herself alarmed at
the shriek of fear.
"Nora! What is tho matter what is
the matter, child?"
For ?' wan clinging to her like a
frightened baby to its mother.
"There's a man a burirlar on the
And Mrs. Hextou suddenly turned
up the lamp and rcvoalod Lewis, Court
ney standing boNido them.
"It was I. Miss Iioxton Nora."
And dosptto tho thrilllngly-passlonful
intonation of her nnnio, by which ho
never had called her, tho one look sho
dared tako at his face, Nora suddenly
felt a scorching hot tido surge over hor,
then an icy cold wave, then, sho know
sho was fainting, for tho very first time
in her lifo.
And, Lewis said a word or so to Mrs.
Iioxton, in that moment or two oi
Nora's palo unconsciousness, that sont
her sjuiling out of her room.
And when Nora's lovely eyes opened,
they saw Lewis Courtney's face neai
her as sho lay on the lounge.
"You aro bettor," ho said, so gently
that it thrillod every fibre of her ooing.
"Nora, my darling, tell mo I was not
dreaming when I heard you say you
loved me. Darling, is it true, do you
His tones prow husky with emotion
as ho patiently waited whilo, for one
second, she collected herself.
'I lovo you, Nora, bettor than life it
Rclf. I want you will you givo your
self to moP .Will you come to me, and
tell mo onco ngain thoso sweet words
'I love you, I do, I do, I do?'"
And sho struggled up off tho loungo,
and laid her head on his breast, whilo
ho wrapped his eager arms about hor
his own at last.
"I do," sho said, scarcely above a
whisper, but Lowls Courtney knew that
Ins highest happiness had como to him.
New York's Plymouth Rock.
New York Tribune.
How many Now York men know
what Castle Garden is? An intelligent
emigrant, ban an liour after arrival,
could toll a native Now Yorker all about
it, to the lattor s wonder and instruc
tion. Castle Garden is tho cradle of the
Empiro Stato, the Plymouth ltock to
tho great West. There stood tho little
Dutch fort from 1C23 onward. While
tho Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth were
picking blackberries tho third Winter,
tho Dutch were shoveling up this fort
Tbero were Vandorbilt, Schuyler, Jay.
Livingston, Bayard, Schonck, or poo
plo of similar noses, bednninr: tho city
of Now York just 258 years ago. They
wore taiKing aoout luoroccnt execution
of John of Baruevoldt and wondoring
wnero uroliths nau escaped to.
Next tho United States, not of Hol
land but of America, soventy-four years
ago, leased the ground by tho Dutch
fort and erected a "battery, but it was
too weak a work to mount a great can
non, so tho city took it back in 1822.
Tho round stone battery was roofed over
nnd turnod into a theater gardon.callod,
for tho military architecture, "Castle
Garden." There, with tho pulso of
faith and fancy, you can hoar Jonny
Lind singing, Fancy Ellslor dancing,
and the infant opera training tho chor
us. In 1855, but a quarter of a century
ago, it became the emigrant's garden,
tho protoplasmic battery of Europe di
rected upon us; and there in many a
singlo year 200,000 people, a great, vit
al, producing army, have put foot
ashore and looked around in a sovereign
way, satistiod that the conscription of
ficer was distanced, and proudly ex
claimed: "Well, little Maccaroni, fot
ticket do you voto? "
Prolonged Vitality in Grafts
D. B. Wier writes to the Prairie
Farmer that lie had kept 'scions of tho
pour in sawdust from early winter
through the whole of tho following year,
and to tho nnxt Juno, fins I i nnd in imnil
condition, and when inserted as grafts
they grew, and trees are now bearing
from them. Tha re.isnn nf tlinir hoi no-
Kent so lon? was that thev worn nvor.
looked. Mr. W. OUOteS the rnmnrlr nf
Van Moiis that craft rucnivnd bv Mm
after being three years in the mails had
been insertod and grew. It might pos
sibly bo of value to know how long thoy
cuuiu oo Kent ircsn, uuneu many leut
Seth Green reaffirms that an aero of
water san be mado to produce as much
food us an acre of land.
Tho railroads of Japan present a
somewhat beggarly account, according
to tho most recent data. Tho lino from
Tokio to Yokohama, 18 miles in length,
was completed early In 1872, and has
not since beon extendod. Subsequently,
a railway from Diogo to Osaka, bouio
22 milos long, and about 230 miles
south of Tokio, was built and afterward
extended to Kioto a further extension
of this line boing mado, still later, to
Otsu, on tho south bank of Lake Biwa.
These aro said to comprise all tho rail
ways in Japan, the longth boing about
fiO miles. Another lino lias, howevor,
been commenced from Tokio to Mayc
bashi, moro than 60 miles long; this
railway, the construction of which offers
butfow difficulties, will ho of groat com
mercial importance. A railway is pro
jected in tho northern island, and tho
southern system is to bo extended from
Kioto to Lako Biwa, and up to tho cen
ter of tho island. New York Sun.
Crossing the Continent'
Now Tork Mull.
How many of the 60,000 pcoplo who
will cross tho Atlantlo this summer for
a vacation in Europe have ever crossed
our own continent? Some ono who is
able to do it should set the fashion of
going beyond the Rocky Mountains for
pleasure, it ougtit to too considered an
unfashionable, as well as an unsensible,
thing for a person to tako a pleasuro
trip abroad without having visited tho
natural wonders of our own country.
A party of 190 excursionists left Boston
recently for a trip to the Pacilio coast,
and that fact suggests a way to mako
crossing the continent a less formidable
undertaking to tourists than it has for
merly boon. Parties could bo formed,
not as largo as that from Boston, but
large enough to fill ono or two palaco
cars, and tho coaches should bo chart
ered to take tho company wherever
thoy wish to go. In this way tho dis
comforts of travol would bo reduood to
a minimum, and the tourists could dine
and sleep in a homelike fashion through
out the whole trip, without leaving their
train except when to visit some places
of interest within tho region through
which tho railway over which they trav
el runs It ought to becomo a fashion
able and a common thing for parties of
from twenty to fifty to charter cars to
take them across tho continent to view
Kely on the Druggist.
Malt Bitter aro tho best 'bitters.' "
"They promote leep aod allay nervous
ncss." v i
"Best liver und kidney medicine wo sell."
"They knock tho 'chills' every trme."
"Consumptive pcoplo gain flesh-on them."
"Mult Btters Imvn no, rivals in this
"Best thing for nursing mothers we huve."
"Wo liko to rtsi omincnd Malt Bitters."
Wk have jiiKt receivod some copies ot
Sunday school library books, published by
Duvi.l C. Cook, of Chicago, for 5 cents
each, which are a wonder for cheapness.
Schools may now hnvo a library of 100
copies lor live dollars. Mr. Cook wiil send
lull catalogue Iree.
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If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay lever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection ot the throat or lungs, uho Dr.
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This is the great remedy that is causing so
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curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
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and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and cct a tna
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For salii by George K. O'Hara, Druggist
Cairo, 111. (3)
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of the oe for all Neivo Diseases
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arcl
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Evils to bo Avoided.
Over eating is in ono sense as productive
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system; Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Mr. Bessemer' s Obligations to America,
Sir Henry Bessemer was recently pre
sen ted with tho honorary freedom of the
.London Cutler's Company, before whom
lie delivered an address. At tho close
tho master who mado tho presentation.
to show how widely tho influence of his
statements might extend, mentioned
that an application for a report of tho
proceedings had just been received, to
bo sont to unto. Mr. licssenicr in re
ply, said: "That such a note as has
been alluded to should be rccoived from
our fricmls across the water I am not
surprised at,- for there is no nation
under the sun, after our own country.
who so anxiously look for tho improve
ments of tho ago. (Hear, hear). In
America my invention has been most
cordially taken up and accepted by tho
contractors, and utilized by all the great
railways. (Cheers.) I havo received
from America a token of regard, as, in
deed, I havo from this and other coun
tries, but I have received one specially
from America, which I should like to
acknowledge whilo I havo tho oppor
tunity. There has been a peculiarity
in tho modo of rewarding my services
in America which is worthy of a people
liko the Americans. They have no cross
es, no orders, no titles to bestow, but
they havo havo dono mo thegreat honor
to name a now and rising city by my
name.- (uueers.j inoso wiin travo.
through Illinois by the railway will find
by the roadsido the station of "liosse
mer" close to a largo and prosperous
town which, as I have said, they have
done mo the honor to name after me.
(Cheers.) Long after I have gone, long
after my lifo ceases in other respects, it
will bo asked why was this town so
called? And tho answer will revive a
memory of myself. (Loud cheers).
Whilo I so fully acknowledge my in
debtedness to our American cousins, I
do not forgot what I owo to my own
countrymen, and especially to the kind
ness of thoso around me. (Loud
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Washington House, Washington. D. C.
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j'nrni. i.ouih btki rnirajfo, arrlvni nt St. I.ouis
iuiiu p.m., end i nuiiijo , ;ai a m
4 :yt p.m. C'iiuMimtiti JiIxproaH.
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n.m.; imiiiuiapoiis i;tsi a.m. Passent'ers by
whs mini ream mo anovo points lis to mi
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M.KEI'INw t'AU l ulro to Cincinnati, witjiout
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any other route,
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apply at IIIIiioIh Central Uailroad Depot, Cairo.
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fliiinnliroys' Homeopathic Specifics
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money. Address all orders,
.1. It. MMI'MIN JiatiiLlJia tu
Nos. list and tuti Main bt..llullulo,N. Y.
TOTICE TO CONTRACTOR'S.
f IPPH'R OK riTVCLBIIK, CAIllO, 111.. MllV 2lilll.l8Kl
Protiosals will be received at my odlce nn to and
lncluilliiK Juno i, ior inu iniiuu iino KrautiiK oi it.
It. Street between focoiiu ami roiirteenlli streets.
Tlie work will bo d vlded Into auction as follow:
(Section l-l(etwoen pucoiiii aim hoitrtli streets,
rieetlon a-Hetwuun Fourth and Hixtb streets.
Hectlnn 8-llntween Hixth and Klehth stieets.
Hectlon 4-Between Kl"hth and Tenth streets,
Hectlon fv Between Tenlli and Twelfth streets.
Hectlnn (Mli'twcei) Twull'th and Fourteenth ota.
Ulils will ho received for a part or thu whole of
aid work. For further particulars as to said fill
inir apply tothu mayor or myself, Tho council re-
serve thu rlht to reject any and all Mils.
OrriuB orCnv Clieiik. Caiiio. Ili...Mhv aiiih. turn
Scaled proposal will ho received nt this olllco
directed to the City Council of tho cltv or Cairo,
until timo of nientlnir or tho city council, Tuesday
evenlnir, June Vtli, for furnishing thu maturial anil
(lolnirthiiwnrk.ordnliiR the work necessary for
the construction nnd reconstrnctlon ot tho follow
Inn sidewalks, viz: To ho coiiHirnrti.it of amni
on tho easterly side of Commercial avenue from
Fourth to second street. To he reconstructed of
wood -thu sidewalk now ahtitilnu lot ill, In block
1. on Sixth street In the cltv nrSilm. as ..,,ia.
ed by ordinance No, Unapproved April lath, ikhi,
which I now on lllo In tills olllc.o and anhlect to
exttininatlon at uny time. Tho rlht to reject any
and nil hid is reserved by tho city.
u.il, FOLJjy.uty cicrk,