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"E. A.Hnrnett Cairo Illlnol. "
The hurvest uf a tpilM yft." Wurdswrorth.
Oh, unlived lives thlit pinmiway
Li dark ' f ti ii lit mi l li.'li' of ilny,
Whoso dn aml hi nris no nuiHic find
In aiiuth'Tii breeze ntid n irlheni wind;
Who kii'iw eiich hud Hnd llower by uhdio,
Vol tl ,d their 1 mull ig " nil (he surifi;
Y" 1 '-e h swiM-t wurl I evrr nih
"TUe hurvcKt of u fjuift eyo."
Io Spring's flrt ntiillc, in Hummer's glow,
In Atittinin'a ruin, I i Wintw's snow
T.'iiit chnuidx the dying v r and givos
A I'l idle to tic one ' hill 1 vs.
In s n.pli H things la wnttcreil round
A world ! ln-ittity, tbnUL'lil andaound.
Fur those that n'iip in pnslng by
"The rwrvnt "I a 'juiet eyo."
A b, blessed filnnda that ne'er grow n'range,
And happy world thai ne'er will ihange,
Y"U Seem to wwp If we are sad.
And gadylinmh if we are gurl;
Your langti'ige is in everv tou-,
You innKe a thousand dreams your own,
If wc can ri'ap wnh amil- or sjh
"The hiirvest of a nuiet eye."
-He i, in CawD'a Magazine,
ONCE MORE WE MEET.
A younjj pivl U walking nitiidly
tliroiigli a tlim!y-lirlitoil cross-street in
a arjfo city. The niiilniht liotir ban
just rung out from a bell in a distant
Kieeplo, and an oppressivo silence
reigns in the deserted street, broken
now only by tho hurrying step of the
As slio moves quii.'kly on she casts
about her nervous, frightened glances,
from which it is evident that her posi
tion is one to which she is unused, and
which gives her much alarm.
All ti) and down the street there is
no moving object except herself, but
sho stai ts with fear now and thon as
tho dickering gaslight from an occa
sional lamp-post throws a grotesque
hhadu'.v in her way, and, gathering her
shawl more closely about her.she quick
ens her steps and hurries on.
Only one block more and her own
door will shut out the night and its ter
rors, but even us her courage rose with
the thought, she reached the corner of
an intersecting street, and two mon,
half drunken and wholly brutalized
with liquor, stood suddenly before her.
l'.nalvzed with fear, the girl could
not move a step. Her heart seemed
to beat no more, and her tongue wiuj
The mon placwl themselves directly
in her path.
-Which way, my little beauty?" said
'one of them. "W'luit. aro you in such
a hie hurry ab int?" and ho caught
the terrified girl roughly by the arm.
Aroused to action by the rude touch,
she-struggled with all her htrcngth to
free her arm from his grasp, but find
ing it impossilile.she uttered a wild, con
vulsive call for help, and before tho
echoes of her voico wcro boruo away a
firm, quick step sounded on tho side
walk, a strong urn) Hashed like a battle
axe through tho half-lighted air, and
the two rullians were laid sprawling in
With nn hysterical cry of surprise
and joy, the girl turned to her deliver
er and' thanked him us well as her agi
tation would permit. Her voice was
low and musical, and there was in it
the uinii'stiikahle evidence of culture.
and gentle breeding. Hermauner.too,
was charming, and tho gentleman who
bad served her felt instinctively that
she was a lady. Hut why was sho
alono in tho street at this hour? Per
haps hho will explain thai,
'However," thought he, "it is nono
of my business."
And assuring her that ho had done
the nio-i natural thing in the world, and
deserved no thanks for it, he naked if
she would not permit him to conduct
her to her hoinn.
"A lady is never safe in the streets at
night, and 1 should be ill satisfied with
myself if I allowed you to incur further
danger. My name' is Darcy Regin
ald Darcy, of No. Delaneoy-terraue,
nnd 1 am entirely at your service."
Tho loyal gentleman spoke in tvory
word, and sho aeceptod Ids offer with
out hesitation, repeating her thanks for
bis timely service.
"One moment, please," said Mr. Dar
cy; "I seo nn oliieer approaching, at
tracted doubtless by your cry for liolp.
I will explain matters to him, with your
permission, and leave llioso nilllans to
Ids tender mercies. I soo they aro try
ing to regain their foot."
After a few words to the olliccr, Dar
cy gavo his arm to tho young lady, and
they walkod away in tho direction of
"1 can nevor Hulllcloully thank you,
sir, for tho service you have Just ren
dered mo. It is tho first tlmo I wan
ever in tho struot alono at night, and I
cannot tell you how frightened I was.
My mother was in need of somo modi
clue, and, as wo livo entirely alone, I
had to ovcrcomo my foar and goto
tho druggist's tor It. But this ii wboro
, wo livo?' .
CAIRO BL LLKTIN; FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
And she slopped in front of a dark
building which Darcy knew, from its
appearance, to bo ono of thoso tone-meul-houses
where human beings are
hived together like bees.
The open door showed along narrow
hall, whoso bare floor looked cheerless
and uninviting in the dim light of a
Binall jot of gas which burned within.
It furnished light enough for Darcy
to seo now, for tho lirst time, tho sin
gular beauty of the young girl as alio
stood before him at tho door.
Her features wcro delicate.even clas
sic in their outlines, and, despito cer
tain marks of care and sutl'cring,
showod her ngo to bo about seventeen
Under a plain but neat and becoming
hat, her neat nut-brown hair was taste
fully arranged, with hero and there a
little curl straying out of bounds to kiss
her pretty check.
Her eyes were largo and dark, and
as they looked up into his face there
seemed to bo mirrored in them tho
modesty ami innocence of a puro young
Her dress was of cheap material, but
it fitted her graceful figure so perfectly
that tho texture would have passed un
noticed. Sho was evidently poor, very poor,
but there was an air of refinement
about her which poverty could not con
ceal. All this Darcy took in at a glance, as
ho stood, hat In hand, bidding her
good-night, and as sho entered the hall
and ho turned away, he felt like one
from whom a great light has been
suddenly taken, with only darkness
Darcy was young, wealthy, cultivat
ed, and handsome, and belonged to a
"set" every member of which would
have turned up her aristocratic noso at
his new acquaintance; bill there was
no ono in that silk-attired circle who
had made so deep and tender an im
pression on him as tho fair young girl
who woro a cotton robo and lived in a
As he walked homo a bewildering
sense of a new and beautiful life
thrilled his heart, and tho soft light of
hor beaming eyes lingered fondly with
Suddenly ho remembered that he had
not learned her name but ho would
seo her again, and soon so it did not
matter much. He little thought what
strange results would follow even so
slight a thing as that.
Darcy was ono of a business firm
which had important connections in
Europe, and on the very next day a
cablegram was received which called
him to Taris. He would have trans
ferred any ordinary business to another
partner, for Mr. Darcy was especially
desirous of remaining at homo at this
particular time; but tiio matter in hand
was ono which demanded his personal
attention, becuusn of previous negotia
tions, and go ho must.
Mr. Dairy's business was complicated
and exacting, and it was two years
before ho could leave it to return home. .
When Darcy left her on tho night of
her adventure, Maude Etheridge climbed
tho four long flights of stairs which led
to her room, and after sho had told hor
mother about it, dwelling gratefully on
Mr. Darcy' s gallantry and kindness,
sho sought her bed, to lie awake in that
blissful state of unrest which first love
brings to a young heart.
Strango power this all-prevailing,
never-dying, wonderful passion which
wo call love. Hero were two persons
who, until this night, knew nothing of
each other's existence, and yet within a
briet fragment of an hour a feelin:
whose subtlety is past finding out had
entered tho heart of each and bound
them together by a chain which was
immaterial and invisible, but as strong
as lifo itself.
There followed this eventful ulght a
season of hope, doubt, and fear lo
Maud. When sho thought of Darcy's
position in life and hers, sho felt that
she was foolish t cherish a love which
seemed utterly hopeless, and yet there
was a nameless something in his ma li
ner at parting which spoke tenderly V)
her even now -a sort of electric mes
sage from his heart to hoi.-, which only
a woman could interpret, and she said
to herself, "Ho will come,"
But he did not come, though days
lengthened into weeks, and weeks into
months-no word, no sign that she was
remembered. At last her hope became
that which maketh the heart sick, and
in her despair of ever seoing him
again, hor pride rebelled and struggled
with her love. It was useless; her
hopo died, but her love still lived. Ami
oven when sho believed it smothered
the lire burnod up anew; it was
kindled with a spark divino, and would
But had Darcy forgotten her? On tho
contrary, as week followed week, and
month followed month, and his business
slill kept him away, his iinpatioutio to
return became a sort of half frenzy.
It would have beerr belter, after all, if
another member of tho firm had as
sumed the duty which Ducy wont to
Taris to perform, for, us tho mailer
dragged along, month, after month, his
state of mind was anything but suited
to tho proper transaction of important
business. Tho beautiful unknown was
always in his thoughts, and he longed
to be where he could scalier again. In
a word, Darcy was desperately in love,
and ho heaped anathemas upon his
miserable business which kept him
away from the girl who had stolen his
heart. Ha felt now how great was his
stupidity in not learning her name, for
it would havit given him some comfort
to wrllo to her nnd lot her know that
ho thought of nnd loved her, and would
soon come to ask her lovo in return.
As it was, sho seemed utterly lost to
him, and he became downcast, restless,
Two yours had passed since Darcy
left, and although ho had well-nigh lost
all hopo of finding tho object of his
still faithful lovo when ho returned, it
wa9 with a thrill of something akin to
joy that ho finally closod his business
and started for homo.
As Darcy was walking on tho deck of
tho stoamor a lady's light wrap came
sweeping down toward him, n"'l would
have blown overboard if ho had not
caught It. " "
llo turned to look for its owner, and
saw two ladie a little distanco forward
ono, of nilddle-ngo.soatod; tho other,
young, just starting to recover tho fu
gitive shawl. He advanced to restore
it, and as ho placod It in tho lady's
hand ho looked full into the oyoa of Lis
Why should I describo Darcy's feel
ings at that supremo moinont of his
lifo? Tut yourself in his placo. As
for Muud her reeognization was equally
suddon, and sho turned as jmlo as
death, uttered his namo uiulcr hor
breath in a tremulous tonoof unbound
ed surpriso and joy, and then, with tho
usual inconsistency, blushed fiery-red
because sho fearoif sho had acted iw hor
faithful heart promptod. .
Darcy stood for a moment like one in
a tranco; then, from his half-parted
lips thcro camo tho words:
"Once more we meet," spoken more
to himself than to her.
Only four littlo words, but they boro
with them tho inefl'ablo tenderness of
The good ship speeds over tho deep
bluo sea, tho white-caps dance merrily
on tho crest of the swelling billows, tho
sun looks smilingly down from a cloud
less sky, and lifo is very beautiful to
day to Muud and Darcy. The doubt,
.tho fears, the longing of tho two weary
years are forgotten in the unspeakable
happiness of reunion.
But how did it happen that Maud and
her mother, whom wo found in pover
ty, and occupants of a tencnient-houso
two years ago appealed now on a
steamer, and surrounded by evidences
of ample wealth?
Darcy was too full of the joyful meet
ing to think of this at lirst; later on,
Maud explained it. They had received
a letter from tho solicitor of a near rel
ative of theirs, informing them of that
relative's death and a clause in his will
leaving thorn a handsome fortune.
A few months later there was a wed
ding in the city where our story opened,
and tho fair unknown beeumo Mrs.
m a a
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Tucrsday Evening, Oct. , 1881.
The weather is variable and changes are
sudden and extreme. Thermometer early
in the week played in the neighborhood of
the nineties, and yesterday fires were need
ed for comfort. To-day is somewhat warm
er but there is still a sharp taste of frost in
Wo have littlo if any changes to note in
the different branches of trade, but the sea
son is approaching whon au active business
may be looked for in all leading articles.
The river is rising at the rate of an inch
an hour. The swell is from the Mississippi,
the rise in the Ohio being caused at this
point by back water.
FLOUR Steady and firm. Receipts
are short of the demand. Stocks are light
and prices unchanged.
HAY Receipts are-still in excess of the
demand, and stocks aro accumulating.
Prices are firm and unchanged.
CORN Quiet and easy. Receipts are
liberal ami the demnnd very light.
OATS Firm and in good demand.
Prices same as at opening of the week.
MEAL Quiet, easy and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and in good demand.
BUTTER The market is a little easier,
but good butter always finds ready sale.
EflGS-Stcady nnd firm. Wo noto a
good demand for all receipts in good con
dition. CHICKENS-Choice largo young is in
good (k'luaad at outside quotations.
TURKEYS Dull and quiet.
APPLES -.-Choice aro srarcc and in good
demand at $3 to $:J.50, as in quality.
POTATOES Tho market has fairly
opened and there is a good demand for all
ONIONS -Scarce and in good demand.
Salos and (duotatlon-s.
NOTE. The uncos hero given aro lor sales from
first hands In round lots. An advance Is
charged for broken lotsni II ilitig orders.
boo Various grades, on orders. .
M Km icy ,
, 7 iv?,s ro
fi rsrs "gilt edged" Timothy,
in cars rhiiico 'llmothy
i cars rtinice mixed
2 cars prime
II cars pood mixed, in bulk..
4 car while In hulk
3 cars mixed, In sacks
1 car In bulk
bear choice In " ...
H cat. In bulk....
No. 12 Bed, per bit
Mo, ii Meduturatiuan.
tino bbls City.
4D0 blil. City..
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mm pounds strictly choice Northern 3t
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MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOE LIFE IXSCR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Organized Julv 11th, 1877, Under the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, Under Act of Cmigrem.
P. O. SCHUn President
C. T. UUU1) Vice President
J. A. UOLOSTINE Treasurer
J. J. GORDON Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretur-
JOHN C. WHITE Assistant Secretary
KXKCUTIVK COM MITTKK'
II. LEIIITlN, L. h. TIIOMA8.
J. C. WHITE, W. f. PITCHER,
J S. McOAHEY .
IIOAUI) OF MANAGERS:
William Ktrnttou, of Ntrattnu A Bird, waide.ale
crocers; Paul O. Schuh, wholesale and retail drug
L'lel: llueu LfiRliton. conimlsslim inerchimt; Jas.
S. iMcHnhey, liimher dealer; J. J. Oordou, phys
ician ; J. A. (liililstlne. ol tiiildstlne & Rusenwater,
wholesale and retail dry noods, etc.; Win, F. Pitch
er, cenerul ai;eiit; Henry H. Ellis, city printer and
bonk binder; C'hesley llnynes, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, assistant secretary and snlkltor: Albert
Lewis, denier lu Hour and (inilu; F. Drews, preal
deut Alexander toiiuly Bank; (i. W. Ileudrlcks,
contractor and hiiilder; C'vru. Closo, ceuurul
BL'ent; Thomiis Lewis, secretary and altortiev at
law; L.S. Thomas, broom tnanulacturer; W. F
llussel, contractnr and builder; C. T, Rudd
aent O. St. L. t. O. rniliioad; Moses Phillips, car
prtiter; II. A. Clinmbley, coiilruclor, Cairo, Ills.,
liev. .1. Spencer, clerKviiinn.St Lenls, .Mi ; .1. II,
Iletliime, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton, Mo ; J. II. Moore , luwver, Commerce, Mo.'
I). Hingleturv, phvsliliin, Arlineton, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, phvslclan, Fulloii, Kv.; Win. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Hteltibarh, tnanulacturer of sad
dlerv, Evatisvllle, 1 nil ; Ike Anderson, secretary
to suiicriiitendent C. St. L. A N O. railroad, Jark
son, Tenn.; J. 8. Robertson, phvslc.iatl, White
ville, Tenn. ; Thomas A. Ostium, harness maker,
Bolivar, Tenn. ; Win. L. Walker, "Ulxle Adver
tisiuu AKenS," Iiollv Springs, Miss
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J f AI.UKItT E. PAINE.
Lalo Commissioner of Patents,
PAINE, t!RAI'TON & LADD,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors of American and
412 FIFTH 8TKKKT, WASHINGTON, D.C.
Practice patent law In all II. branches In the
Patent Ollicu. and in thu Supreme and Circuit
Courts of the United Status. Pamphlet sent free
on Jeculpt of stump for postavu.
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ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ol end Dealer in
TIN,' COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARK
ALL 'MMlrt OH JOU WOltK 1HJMI TO OUOBH.
NO. 37 EIOUTH STREET,
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