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Mra.J.O. iiolx-rtmin, i'HtHhurir. 'n., wltem "I
va utt'crini! from general ilohlliiy, wnut of ap
petite, contlmili,n,cic.,Hliit life v.n- u burden;
afturuKhiK Iturdoi k HI.1 Hitter I fi ll lictn rtlinn
for year. I can nut yritUc y ,i,r hitler tnu much."
K. filtilw, of Puiriil.i, '. Y., write: "l'mir Itur
dock Wood lll'Ur". Ill elinilili: Iihiik-h ol'lho hlond
llTtir bikI kldnc h, Iiiivh lici n Hlutmlly marked Willi
au reeH I bkVH un'il them Miymlf wild the hent
result fur torpidity of tin- l'.r. und lullin ol
friend of mine millVrum from droimy, tin: effect
Ilruco Turner, Hochentcr. N. V., write: "I
have tiectiiuliJi'U torloii dlcnrdcr of the kill
ney awl unable to attend to biiiOne; llurdock
Blood lilttem relieved tue heforu hnlf a Ixittlc wan
nued. I feci confident tbut they will entirely inrc
E. AoonltJi Htll. Illnn'mmloti, N. V. write: "f
auffered with a dull pain throtL'b my left limt! and
ahoulder. I,t my ptrll. iippctitc and Color, aud
could with dilll'iilty koep up nil ilnv. Took your
llurdock lllood Hitter a directed and hart-fell no
pain atnceilmi week alter umr.: them.''
Mr. Nouli Baled, Khiilni, N . Y., write. '-About
four year ayo I had an attark ol hiloiii fever, and
never fully recover? rt . M r dl!ctiw orinii were
weakened, and I would he completely protratcd
fordavo. Af'er 111111.' two bo'tlca of your Hurdork
lllood Bitter I tin imirwm nt wax 'i vm)IIu that
I waa ion lnhed. 1 oau now, though tixtyoti"
vearaof ae, do a fair and renoimblc dav' work."
C. market !ohlnou, iriprietnr of the Canada
PreahvK.Tlaii. 'I iironto, On'., write: "Forvcar I
suffered irreatlv Irom oil recurring heudii'lie. I
Uod votir Hurdoek Blood Hitter with huptiit re
atilta, and 1 now fli.d N.yi-elf lu hi iter lnn'ib Hum
for vear pnt .
Mr. Wallace, HiilTulo, N , Y , write: ' I have
ocd Hurdoek lllood Hitter for nervou and bilou
headache, aud cmj reconuiiehd them (of anyone
rrqulrii ig a cure for IiHIoumicm."
Mr. Ira Mnlhollatid. Albany, N. Y .write: For
Several vear I Lave suffered from oft rci iirnnir nil
lou headache. dvpepM anil cfnij! iti i i .e
eullar to mv x. Since lining jour 1'iiirdncl;
Blood lilttur 1 am cntiruly rel'cud
I'ttlc t, tl 1'Kll Horn E: hAMl'LB Mil l'J T.
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"15. A. llnrnett Calm Illlnoia '
A lArire and hfiillhy peanut
Lay ci z.ly aUnl.
And it ehuukled, O ao glitifullyl
And to ltof It n il:
"'J'hcre' a jrreRt I'ijr world bofore me,
And inv iiiiH'ion vet to do;
And up I'll boduifisr it
Ere the nun bus dried tbn dew.
"Thore are (rrcdy boy to conquer,
A id hutiiri v virlt an w ll.
What a Wurid of powor rvehlddnn
Within thm littlH Kboll.
Tboiivrh thev al iv me In the battle,
Though they ci un tno like a worm.
Though they bakn a-xl crunch mjf body,
If 1 can I'll make 'cm iijulrm.
nd the atnall boy grabbed th.it peanut,
Aud bo crneked It 'iwoen hin t"iith;
Hut, when he would have awn!low:d it.
It cbockod bim e'en todfltith;
And the fM'ftntita work w.ia ended
It had fallen in the atrlfe
It had d ine Ita rnlJim no);y,
TU'HiKh the diitnir eol It lifp.
OUT ON THE LAEJ1
Wiilo open blue eyes, fringed with
jetty laslies a littlo" slender noso a
mouth lit for Queen Titania white
brow, on which clustered rings of gold
in a fascination of disorder a cheek
exquisitely fair, with thotint upon it of
tlia sert shell two little, soft, helpless
hands two little, slippered foet, and
vou" have tho picture before Roydon
iloward's gaze, and the. inventory suc
cessively dotted down by him in bis
"Awfully pretty," was the verdict
rendered; "absolutely good for nothing
els Ah, if lifo were all summer, such
women would make perfect wives."
An audible sigh followed tho latter
thought of this most grave philosopher;
a nigh so- deep, so profound, that it
started 1 1 io girl from her reverie.
"A penny for your thoughts, major,
she sail 1, in a low, musical tone.
Tho voice suited iier; it was liko all
rise about Fay Uicliings in perfect at
tune. "Vou bid too low," answered the
man; "and yet too high, sineo you itsk
upon a subject of whose reply you must
be conscious. You forget that, spend
ing tho last hour in your society, my
thoughts could not wander far.".
"lint you sigh. Must I hold myself
respobMble for the sigh, too?"
"I fear so in remembering that my
furlough is rapidly slipping away, and
that within a mouth I must join my
regiment on tho plains, leaving my
charming companion of this morning.
lo you biiil bid a penny to impure into
a thing so deep as a sigh?"
The color deepened a littlo on the
"His charming companion of tho
morning." This was how ho regarded
Iier this man whoso bravo deeds bad
pruccdc.it hiiu, until, before meeting,
sho had assigned him something akin
to hero worship,
A littlo sharp stab of pain shot
through her heart, but she sunlod bravo
"All that was scarcely worth a sigh
from you," she said. "It is never
thoso who go amid new scenes who feel
most keenly the iartiiiir, but rather
-thoso who are left, behind, amid the old
familiar surroundings, and say, 'Yes
terday bo sat here, or 'Yesterday wo
hoard his laugh.' or perchance find a
glovo that ho has dropped, or a cigar
half smoked lo them it is something
felt, something tangible."
" Do you think so? Does tho sand
sigh for tho retreating wave when al
ready ouo coining claims its welcome?
I should indeed bo glad fo feel that
Ms Fay sometimes gave mo a thought
among tho many now aspirants for tho
honor she bus sometimes bestowed on
inc. A soldier's life has many charms,
spito of its hardships, and there is souio
i:i"Cinat.on, spile ol its pant, lu tno
g solitary musings he holds, sitting:
tho door of his tout, when, instead
of tho plain stretching before him, ho
views the menial panorama of his past.
I'm afraid mi no will con lino ilsolf to ono
figure. Can you guess whoso, Miss
Thero was an instant's p utso- an in
stant when something siirrod within
Roydon Howard's heart, prompting tho
tnipulso to cry out;
"Who but yours? M ike Imagination
reality! Coino with me! Sliaro a sol
dier's" life, und let our mutual lovo
smooth tho rough plite.es."
lirit scarcely was it born than ho
strangled It. llo had no reason to sup
pose that this girl cared for him; but
even so, ut. best it wits but a passing
And in timo of real dangor whero
would sbn boP How would she fit him
to tide forth to moot a fooP Either
with hysterical weeping or a twoon.
No, no! Hero, under tho groon tree,
in a ball-room, nt tho head of a luxuri
ous iliniier-tablo, shell womon wero
charming enough to turn a man's
brain; but In moments of peril, whoa
THE DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN: THURSDAY
death, no longer clothed in tho poet's
rhythm stalked before them baro and
ungainly. It was littlo wonder that they
fled shrieking from his grim prosonco.
Therefore, tho pause lusted an in
stant only, then Roydon answered his
own question, with a laugh:
"I doclaro, I anfalmost growing sen
timental. If in anybody's presence but
your's Miss Fay, I should apologiao for
so unwonted a mood. Rut you are
wholly responsible for it, and it must
bo with you so old a story to inspire it
that I will not wasto words. Ry-tlie-wuy,
there is my hoim i had no idea it
wasjso late. Au t cvoirl Remember, I
have tho first and last waltzes this even
ing." Tho girl stood motionless, watching
him as he strode away watching him
vault upon his horse, his tall, superb
figure showing to such splendid advan
tage; watching horso and rider as they
cantered out of sight, tho latter turning
first tn give her a farewell saltito with
"So, in scarce a month, will ho ride
out of my life," she murmured to (her
self, with white lips. "), Roydon, is
it that you are too proud lo ask tno t
share tho peril and privations of a sol
dier's life, or that it would give you no
pleasure to have mo share it?'
"Will you go out on tho lake with mo
this afternoon, Miss Fay?" asked Major
Howard, a week later. "It looks a lit
lo squally, but wo will keep close in to
shore, so as to run home if the clouds
"Of course I will come," assented
Fay, "and as to the cloinN, don't
watch them too closely. I rather like
"What a perfect picture she makes,"
thought Roydon. as he promptly, at the
appointed, time, assisted her int the
sailboat ho had named in In r honor,
the.yachting dress of dark blue lining
closely to tho exquisitely-outlined fig
ure, and on the golden braids nestled a
coquettish sailor hat.
Fifteen minutes later a splendid
breeze had carried them far out into
"The storm has concluded to po-t-pono
itself in our special favor," said
Roydou, glancing up at tho blue sky;
"or perhaps they don't think soldiers
should be too severely tried as sailors.
Which is it, Miss Fay?"
"Do you appeal to me as the. spirit of
the storm cloud? If so, I shall call on
it to avengo me."
Ho answered her simply by a look,
but it caused her eyes to droop.
She stretched the littlo white hand
down to tho water's edge, watching the
current resist it as tho boat sped on
ward. "So," be mused, "am I resisting tho
voice of my heart so must I resist to
They spoke but little. They wero
alone and together around them wa
ter, above them the sky, beneath them
a grave. And both were young, and
in each heart the same voice was speak
ing; yet their lips wore sealed.
Thus an hour passed, when suddenly
"Wliat are you doing?" cried Fay,
in a tone of disappointment. "Surely,
we're not going home?"
"I wish to (lod wo were already
there!" answered her companion, with
a blanched check, jtwt as a little breath
of wind, fresher than any tney had felt,
blew upon them. "Don't be fright
ened, Miss Fay." continued Roydon,
assuring!', "it's one of thoso treach
erous squalls. We're in for it, but I'll
do the best I can."
"Can't I help you!"
The man glanced up amazed. She
neither cried nor groaned. There was
no trcmer in her tone. His cheek was
whiter than hers.
'Vshaw! she does not realize the
danger," he said, mentally. "Can
vou hold thi-i?" handino- her a rone as !
The next moment the squall struck
them. The little yacht lay tuliy on its
sid", then righted itself.
Fay's lips were a littlo pale now, but
no sound escaped them, only she had
held so tightly to the rope, spite of its
resistance, that it had already cut into
the tender flesh.
The storm was now fully upon them.
It was fierco as it was sudden. They
were drenched with water. They could
no longer see each other for tho spray.
"Fay," cried Roydon, "you are fright
ened.'' "With you?" sho answered. "No,"
and her tone was firmer than his ow n.
Tho next moment the boat, struck
by a sharper blast than first, went over.
Roth found themselves clinging to its
"Fay, toll me," he said, "that you
forgive me for this. O, child, must wo
die when life holds so much sweetness?"
"Tho storm won't last long. We
may yet be saved," sho answered, in
her sweet young voice; but, Roydon, if
I slip don't try to savo me. It will on
ly lose two lives, anil mino is not worth
as much as yours."
"My (rod! without you, what would
The words escaped him do he real
ized their meaning.
"Live ii, then, for my sake, dear,"
Fay replied; "and remember, n'vvay,
had I my choice, I would have chosen
to have died thus svith you, rather than
to have lived on without you. My love,
Tho next instant t e waters had
caught her lorn and blooding hands,
all cut by the rope, from their slight
hold; but Major Howard had spoken
words with no idle meaning when he
had) asked her what his life would bo
worth without her.
(J'lick as the current, in its hungry
greed for its beautiful prey, ho throw
about her bis protecting iii'ni.
Thon, as though heaven smiled, the
winds ceased as suddenly as they had
risen, and the hiiu burst from its hiding
plaeo, showing tho rescue which was
bearing down upon them.
"May I see you, if for but fivo min
utes P" wero tho words sorawled on a
card Fay held n few hours later, in her
bandaged hands, as sho lay upon her
couch, vory pule and exhausted, but
with a hoart full of gratitude for her
wonderful escape, awaiting him Who
had penned tho words.
How well she know tho quick, impa
tient step which heralded bis coming.
Her chock flushed as hi strode im
petuously Into tho room.
"I could not sleep hoforo seeing
you," ho tiald. "My bravo glrlt how
littlo 1 know you! I thought because
you were beautiful tuoro could bo no
your "Lands were small and soft and
white, they culd havo no strength.
Dear littlo hands," taking them, ten
derly in his own. "They helped to
savo our lives to-day. Fav, will you
give them to mo, darling? Will you
bo a soldier's wife, and loach him, my
own swoet lovo, somo of tho bravery
that only such women as you can teach
"I owe you my life," she whispered.
"If a debt so rich will receive payment
so poor, take it, Roydou; it is yours."
Set Buck t2 Years.
"I was troubled for many years with
Kidney Complaint, Gravel, &,e.. my blood
became thin; I was dull and inactive;
could hardly crawl about; was an old work
out man all over; could get nothing to help
me, until 1 got Hop Bitters, and now I am
a hoy again. My blood and kidneys are
all right, und I am as active as a man of
iJO, although I am 12, and I have no doubt
it will do as well tor others of my age. It
is worth a trial -( Father.) - Sunday Mer
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to tho ferryman who was rowing her
across tho river, "aro people ever lost
in this river?" "Oh, no, ma'am!" ho
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within a day or so.
The spreading desire for polled cat
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A herd of eight or ten bouglit in .Eng
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James J. Dowse! t, Honolulu, is soon
expected to reach thero, after a very
prolonged journey. 1 .ought in Janu
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by tho Allan line and reached this
country just in time to bo caught by
the quarantine enactment. After
ing held three months they proceeded
by easy stugis to Chicago, where an
ot'ior delay ha 1 to he made to allow
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avi'tiuu, ( aim, III.
T II. MAKKAN, M.I).
lItiiii(Miilliic I'liysk'iini iiml Snrffcon.
(lltlce on I'oiiiiiieri'inl avenue near tlm curlier of
l'.l).-lilll tri'et, over Tnlier Itrnthcr'a Jewelry tnrn.
Itclde,nci, corner l-'nitiliiuiMh nireel and Wnh
Iniltoii n venue,
Tim Celelirnti'd Kieclro V.iluir and Medlnaleil
HhiIi which nru it n uiilalllii;' cure lor Hli' iliuiillflii
Nt'iirnlula, Kever Acuu ami iiiitny other allinelil,
mliiilnihtered dnllv ilurliiL- nlllre hour.
(irtlce hour, frmn Hlo I I t from I to 1 and
ftoni V lo H c. i
(JAIHO CITY FKHHY CO.
TIIItKE .feSil STATES.
On nnd after Monday, Jtmolth, and until tnrthor
nullcn the ferry bout will niHku trip an follows ;
FoutFonrlh at, Mlwumrt Utid'n. Kcntuiky I.d n,
b:i0 a. ui.
10:01) a. in,
B:)U) a, m.
lti:Ui) a. m.
It a, tn,
11 a. m.
8 p. m.
8 p. m
-n "liHt11, nnr I Hill II II 1 1" k I I
" lion'1 rli
M..Mn.. ti.. .uuwpwi.
1..I .!!,. . .J"""
1 . : j. . .
tHinmin. iii ior.n- uwiomwHi, cm 01
Bi.iiiiiii . j V .. 1 i'"vMnliiJ aiMnvrd
rim.lii'tar to ttui
... . ... m.wv ci.ni.in.uir, nf proo ui
Ant HfM mitt Inllw KiUit... I
jropri.Kir id.i in. muii.y will M nftuilnl, or I
ariii'ie irom iure
VaseUnu aucb u
Vaseliiie Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet fioapa,
r itptrior I. lall4r nf,
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
ok mm vnf
and Diphtheria, etc
of ail oar goods,
MUTUAL AH) SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Ort'nnlzod Julv 1 Itli, 1877, Under the Lawa o
Hie State ofllinoiH. Cuiiyrlglitcd July
U, 1877, Under ActnrCoiijfross.
i. (i. scum
. Medical Advisor
O.T. HL UI)
J. A. ItOiJiHTINK.
THOMAS I.KW I.H...
JOHN C. W1UTK Altant Secretary
10 X KC UTl V K Ct )JI M1TTK Fil
II. I.KHillTON, I., h. THOMAS,
.1. C'.W UlTE, V. r. I'lTCIIEU,
J. 8. MctlAHKY.
William StriHton, uf Stnitton & lllrd, wholesale
(;rorcr; I'mil (i. Hchub, wlmliwaluand n-liill druir
l!lt llii.eti I.lKhltin,cunimliin miirchiint; Jon.
S. .Mcditlicy, Ininlirr dualcr: ,1. J. linrduti. nhv.
IcIhii; J. A. (inldHlliii), of (lidilHlInu Uinx-nwatur,
whnli-Halu and ri-lnll drv ifoodx, etc; Win, V. Pitch
er, ueut rul atf-nt; Huiiry II. Kill, city printer and
tiook litnderi Chimley lUyne, C'oiipur; Jno. C.
line, iinni ecreinry nnd olleltor: Albert
I.uwIh, di'Hler In Hour und irraln: V. llriiH. iir.L
dent Alexiuuler Connlv Bank; (1. W. llondrlck.
contrnctcir nnd tmilder; i:yrng riofi', eeni-ral
Hirent; Tliiimu Lewi, Kc.c.relary nnd atturm-v at
law; I..M, Tliotnii, linuim inanulartnri'r; V. K
Uuni'l, contractor nnd lullier; ('. T, Kudd
uuenl V. St. L. A N. 0. nilluond;Mone riillllp,rar
peiiler; II . A. I'liiimhley, coiitrac.to.-, Cairo, III.,
I(cv. J. Mprnccr, clrrKVliniii.Kl I.eili, Mo.; ,(. n,
Itelliiinn, circuit clerk, Miilppl r.niinly, I'harlea
ton, Mo. : .1. II. Monro . Inwvcr, t'onunerce, Mo.i
l. 8IiikI turv, phvlclim, ArlliieUin, Ky.; J. V.
Tarry, ptivHlclim, l-'ulton, Kv.; Win. Kyun, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. titcinharh, nmnnlactiirer of ead
dlerv, Kvunnvllli, Iml ; Ikn Atideron, oecriitary
to eiipi-rlnU-nilcnt (!. Ht. I.. Jt N O. railroad. Jack
on, Teiin. ; J. M. Kubcrtaii, plivlclan, White
vlllii, Tcnn . ; .Tlmmaa A. Onluirn, barm- maker,
llollvar.Tenn ; Wm. 1,. Walker, "Dixit! Adver-
Dknj. P. (ihakton, Stohy H. Ladd
IIai.iikkt E. I'aink.
I.alu C'oiiiinlKHlnner of 1'ulcnli,
P A T E JT T S
I'AINK, (iHAFTON &, LAHD,
Atlornoy at Law mid Solicitor ot AnierlcuB and
4IJl'in'll HTHKBT. WASIltNUTON, D. C.
li...Mil l,i,,l lu,lfl all Itm iuhuit III Htm
I III, I ,, , I'uv.'ii, ,,, .11 ,'. I., ,..., n ...
I'liu nl iHllcu, and In tlio 8uuuiiiu and (.'Ircult
t'oiiri of Dm l'nltid Ktate. ramphU't eunt free
on jeculpt uf el kiii p lor inmlai'u
8TOVK8 AND TINWARB.
All, SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufncturur ot and Denier lu
TIN, COTTER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL HINDU Or J0U WOHK DON It TO OUDKR.
NO. 87 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
1 II VI II a"rU
n 11 IX
cQurriQ in your soui: tMt ijocruk