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BY ANNIK 8. V. ARNOLD.
Among tho survoynrs killed below El Paso by
the Apachos, on the Hiith of June of last sum
mer, whs Guy Leavltt, of thin State. Ho was a ,
SounRiiiimof promise, a ml carried the lovol In
le party. liiilliitia Papers. ,
The lump-lffrht, plr-nmliiH' yellow, falls
On phitured form ami face;
Tho lady In her cuxy-uhair,
Sways with a quiet graco,
And homo's swoet spirit, smiling', bonds
. In blessing o'er the pluoe.
Two singers on the sofa sit,
And touch tbo light miliar:
The long, low, lulling song they Slug
Tells not of soenes afar
They sing of home, and all the room
Grows radiant, like a star.
Tho lady, swaying slowly still,
Hits, with her brooding eyes:
For nor tho light fades dimly out,
For her the music dies,
And tho wild plains, old Mexico,
lloforo hor vision rise.
Bho soes a band drivo steadily
Across the sandy space,
And some are rough and dark, may bo,
But one is fair of fuco.
He wears across his manhood's front
Uls mother's sunny graco.
Tho shadows thicken as they go,
Bouoath the dork'nlng dome,
And silent sits tho fair-faced boy,
For teeming fancies come
He on his level leans his hand,
And dreams, porcbanco, of homo.
Of noma! Ah, Oodl that savage yell 1
Those gaunt forms, murder-black,
That, skulking on their path, now break
In thunder on their track 1
01 now no more those dreams of borne,
And now no looking back 1
The sudden, desperate dash for life;
The high, brave look at death,
The quick revolver's deadly crash
Ana now the ended breath;
And night Is over everything
Around, ubove, beneath.
Then swiftly outward through Uie night
The devil-forms are whirled,
E'en while the dreadful carnage-smoke
Upon the air is curled,
And dead, eternal silence fulls
In horror on tho world.
"01 God; whoslts'tforevormore,
Upon thy cloudy throne,
Why, in tblnn awful name, must they
Thus die I hero nil alone 1
The song is done. In Silence still
The sad heart makes its moan.
HIS LOVE WAS TRUE.
It was a September morning, clear
' and sweet, and cool. I was leaning
half way out of my pnrlor window
nailing up somo at my rod rosos that
had drooped with their own weight of
sweetness and beauty from the wall, so
that should a hi;;h wind or heavy rain
come up they were in danger of being
broken. I was very careful of my last
Summer was over now these queens
of tho garden had not much longer to
reign; I could count the buds even
now; there were no more than a dozen
to opon yet, and it hud always been my
prido to have roses still in bloom until
qui'e far in October.
WhyP Oh, well, I was a lonely wo
man, with few tender human ties, and
such a one will always feed her heart
on whims and fancies. Wives havo
their husbands, mothers havo their
children, to take prido in. I was a
lonely old maid, you see; a pot dog and
a few sweet red roses sufficed for me.
Whs there no other reason why tlieso
roses were so doarP Ah, yes; though
only my own heart know it, they repre
sented tho one sweot, delusive lovo
dream of my life. For to all womanly
womon lovo will come; to such as 1 only
as a bright, unattainable dream; to
others happier, more favored hearts
as a precious and glorious reality.
Ned Hilton had planted this rose treo
ten years ago, on tho night before ho
We hud, been schoolfellows and
friends through all our lives, but I had
never realizod with what manner of
love I loved him until ho was going
away. Even then the knowledge
brought tno only an increase of sorrow
for Nod thought of mo but as a sister,
I was sure; so many briglitt. prettier,
Jounger girls would have smiled upou
I wasn't a bright or pretty eirl by
any means; I had a brown skin, and
big, dark eyes "saucer eyes" Nod him
so f, when we wore children, had often
I was quit and demure in my ways,
which rualo mo seem older than my
twenty year; and, because I distrusted
rny own power to please, and was pain
fully conscious of my lack of beauty, I
wai shy, and cmM never loam those
trettv, winning, golf-assert) ve wayg
y which othur girls commanded admir
ation. I was cut out for an old maid, people
aid, and Ned had said so manv a time.
I had grown at lust, somewhat sadly
but rosiirnodlv. to Imlievn it
But when I hoard that ho was going
away, thu salt and savor aoumud pu1
denly taken out of lifo. ,
My brother and friend how should
I live without him? 1 said nothing to
' anyone of my sorrow, however, but
vinado my moan in seerot Not for
world would I have had anyono guess
how blttor a moan it was, and when ho
v came tn toll mo himself of that which
V M yet 1 only know from others, that an
uncle offered him opportunities there
THE DA MY
uoiu coma not bo lils,.l managed
to smile cheerfully and talk of his pros
pects in my usual tone, although at the
thought that In a fow days tno ocean
would roll betweon us, my hoait seemed
My composure doccived oven him,
and surprised him too. Ho looked at
"Don't you caro, Milly?" ho said ro
pronchfully. "Such old and truo frionds
as we havo boon, and don't you caro
for parting from me?"
But when I tried to smllo up at him
and sav quietly, "Why, of course I shall
miss you, Ned" when 1 tried to say
this ho saw tho tears that would come
into my eyes, and smilod and took my
hand and kissed it, without my saying
even a word.
"It won't bo for long," ho said choor
fully and confidently. "That's one
comfort. Don't forget mo, Milly."
And then ho full into deep thought,
still holding my hand, and never soemed
to think about an answer. Ami 1,
watching him, and thrilling hecauso ho
had kissed my hand 1 began to dream
1 wasn't hnndsomo nor particularly
clever, I know. Was it possible that
Ned cared for mo as I now know 1
cared for him, beyond nil tho world be
side? Was love, his love, to be mino
somo dayP Lifo grew to bo quite an
other thi'ng with that hope to brighten
it a thing as swoot, and beautiful, and
fair as these rod roses.
Ho planted tho rose treo a littlo slip
only on tho evening when ho bado mo
"Nurse It carefully," ho said, "for
my sake, Milly. In throo or four sea
sons when it climbs up to your bedroom
window, and is laden with flowers, I
shall be baek again. And, Milly, dear,
for old acquaintance sake, promise mo
oue tliiug don't get married till Icomo
And with a heart strangely torn by
lovo and grief I promisod him.
Ten years ago!
Tho rod roses had climbed to my bed
room window long ago, and for tho first
few, years my hopes had budded aud
died, just like tho flowers.
Tho only ditleioneo was that the rod
roses bloomed to sweet perfection ere
thoy died, while my hones on which
tho blight of absenco and forgetfulncss
had fallen withorod and perished iu
After tho first two years I hoard no
more of Ned, and gradually I learned
to submit, as time went on, to tho inev
itable liat of fate. Ned's liking for mo
bad been liking only not love.
My lii'o was to be a lonely ono.
It would havo been lonely indeed
but for bright Muy, my pretty, darling
sister. She was my junior by twelve
years, and mother, dying, had given
iter to mv caro.
The cott:t"o was ours, and moro than
enough to live upon very cozily so that
lifo was easy aud peaceful enough
I had almost forgotten that dear old
love dream or at least I had outlived
the pain of it and in May's young
boiiuty of eighteeu I was living my own
youth over again.
I seldom gave a tear to tho lost hopo
of ten years ago; .but, if I did, such
tears were apt to fall on my rod roses.
Tlio roses oftou made mo sad. Oftcn-
est in the autumn days, when I real
izod that the reign of their beuuty, like
that of my hopew, was ending.
At such times I wits often woak
enough to give them kisses oh well as
teard wlmt matter? Slo ono in tno
wido world knew the reason.
May camo dancing merrily up tho
lauo and in at tho garden gato.'calliug
to mo all the lime:
Let those beloved rod roses p-o," sho
cried; "somebody wants you, Milly."
And I turned, quite leisurely, as a
man's step sounded besido mo and
tiiero stood .my doar old friond, Ned
Tho shock stunned mo. I don't know-
how I welcomed him, or if I welcomed
him at all, or if it seemed to him that
I was zlad to two him. . Thoro was a
certain constraint upon him, I saw, and
when May left us ho spoke moro of hor
ol her beauty ami graco, than oi Him
self or mo; that was what made me sud
denly and sternly remind mysoll that
ho was onlv mv dear old friend, and
that while May was a beauty and eight
een, I was what ho had long siuco ioro
toltl for mo an old maid indeed, for I
It was well that I remembered it in
time. Tho old fond lovo woko up in
my heart with such overpowering an
guish of longing that had it not been
for that thought, nt the very first, ho
mi;ht havo seen how much 1 loved him.
Oh, how much my prido rejoiced that I
had not betrayed myself, when before
ho had been in tho villago a week ho
ajKiko to mo about his wife.
Ho had opened a branch of his unclo's
house in the city near by, he told tno,
and the old Hilton homestead being his
own, ho desired to make it his residence.
"Ho was quito sure his wife would like
it bettor than tho city," ho added quiet
ly, as quietly as if his words had
not dealt mo a heart-stab worao than
It sneraod so cruel, so hard. I had
loved him so well in the by-gono days,
had built (and soon ruined) such hopes
upon Ids truth, had suffered such long
heart-sickness and pain, and hiwl set
tled down nt last into a cold, monoto
nous contentment, as far removod from
love and bliss as it was from passion
an4paiu. Why couldn't ho have loft
mo to this colli noaeefulnossP Why
should ho come back Into my lifo onco
moro, to make duty and. peace impossi
ble? The homo of love which once I
hoped to share with him could never bo
now; but need ho have come here to
drive mo out of this dull home? For I
felt that to 11 vo in the same place with
his wife a little villago, whoro wo must
often moet would be impossible
I frettod and brooded over my grief,
and avoidnd him, but lie would not bo
avoided. It never seemed to occur to
him that I could sudor or caro.
Ho had forgotten tho love of whioji.
when ho went away, he was go sure,
Ah, I knew now how sure ho had
been of mo, and it maddened mo to
think that, knowing how 1 once had
loved him, he Should daro to speak to
mo of hnr.
He hint tho boraostead nut into ox
qulsllo order. Men camo from tho city
lor tho purposo. Pooplo said It looked
like a pulaco.
One afternoon he enme to mo.
"Will you come and oo the homo I
have Tirwmrod for mv wife, Milly?" ho
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER , ' 23, 1881.
I had just boon torturing-myself with
thoughts of how much ho must havo
lovod her to make such preparations
for her welcoming. His cool Invitation
maddened pio. I turnod on him in a
frenzy of jealous pain. , "
"What is your homo to mo?" I crioiL
"Was tho world not wido enough, that
yotiecould find noplace but this lo bring
your wife, that you might flaunt your
wedded happiness before me, whose lifo
you have spoiled and whose truo heart
you have broken? Oh, yes, you may
learn from my lips what' you know al
ready. I lovod you! I would havo gone
on loving you to tho end had you dealt
genorously or honorably with mo oh,
if you had only not made mo despise'
yout liut your vauity has fod Itself on
tho lovo you did not priao; you havo
gloried in your power to give me pain.
Well, I despise y ou for ii. and contempt
will cure me of love. Why could you
not havo said to mo. 'Milly, I no long
er oaro for you ' "
Ho interrupted mo, seizing my hand.
"It would havo been a lio I" ho said.
"I do caro for you. my darling. Milly,
I lovo you moro than ever; I havo nev
er ccasod to lovo you; I shall lovo
you to tho end of my - life. This
would have boon a much more truth
ful speech than tho ono you die--.
tato to mo, and this is my speech to you:
My own sweetheart! ' My own truo love!
Yes, 1 know you love me; tho rod roses
told mo that my sweet Milly!"
And I was in his arms, clapod to his
breast, its I novor had been before. Oh,
tho joy of it!
Ami yet, in tho midst of my happi
ness, I was bewildered .and afraid.
"Your wife I" f criod, struggling in
his embrace. "Your wifo. for whom
you made your homo so beautiful "
"My darling, you are to bo my wife,
and tho homestoad is to bo yours ah,
I thought you would havo guessod that,
Then ho laughed bapyily and proud
"You were too jealous to guess," ho
said. "Jealousy blinded you. To
think that my little, shy, quiet 'old
maid' should yield to such a wicked
passion as jealousy!"
Then I laughed too, hiding my faco
on his breast the while.
"I was joalous of 'your wife,' " I said.
'Never givo mo any other rival to bo
jealous of, Ned, and 1 shall bo happy!"
And a happy woman I am to-day,
reigning at tho old homestead, Nod's
Ho has pi an tod my favorite flowers
hero too his flowers, I call them. To
mo their sweetness, their fragrance,
scorns cmblnmatic of all that is precious
and desirable in lifo; they represent to
mo Youth, Hope, Young Love and
Wedded Bliss mv sweet red roses!
Clear head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no cough, no distress. Tlieso aro con
ditions brought about in Catarrh by tho
use of Sanford's Radical Cure. Odo bottle
Itadical Cure, one box Catharrhal Solvent
and ono improved Inhaler, in ono package,
Death to rats and vermin, Parson's Ex
terminator. Poor Mother,
My dear young lady, I want to speak
to you about your mother. Itjnay bo
you havo cotlcod a caroworn look upon
her face lately. Of courso it has not
been brought there by any act of yours,
still it is your duty to chaso it away.
Clot up early to-morrow morning, and .
prepare breakfast, and when sho comes
down and begins to oxpress her sur
prise, kiss hor into silence. Sho will
leave one of theso days. Tlioso bur
dons, if not lifted from her shoulders.
I will break her down. Those rough,
hard hands that havo done so many un
necessary things for you will be crossed,
upon her lifeless breast. Thoso neg
lected lips that gavoyou your first baby
kiss will bo forever closed, and thoso
sad, tired eyes will havo opened in
eternity, and then you will appreciate
your mother, but it will bo too lato.
There,, there, don't cry; sho has not left
you yet. Sho is down in the kitchen
stringing beans for dinner, and if you
feel so badly yon might go down and
finish tllem, and let her change hor dress
aud rest an hour heforo dinner. And
after dinner .you might do up the dishes
while she takes a littlo nap, Then you
might take down her liair and do it up
for her. Perhaps tho young man in tho
parlor js not quite willing to wnit until
you havo perturmed those duties. If ho
expresses any impatience, you may ex
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obligations to your mother than you do
to him. If this does not seem to satisfy
him nsk him how many timos ho has got
up iu tho middle of the night to warm
peppermint for you whon you wore dy
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has carried you up and down tho room
just because you would not bo quieted
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Mother Hubbard backward, aud if Iiois
unable to do it. it will bo a proof posi
tive that ho is not the one that has re
peated it, and explained it to you,
seventeen hundred times. Then polite
ly show him'out and go and help your
mother to pick cui-ranU for jelly; you
will not los.i him; ho knows that a good
daughter makes a good wife,
Alderman Tucker, Boston, says you may
state that I havo paid for medicine aud treat
ment in 20 years $3,000, without receiving
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Price GO cetitn. trial bottles 10 eta. Paul
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Before TakingmnverKal latitude i f,t v;
talnin the hrk.ttr'i" A
dimness of vision, premature old ago, u d many
other diseases that lead to insanity,) consumption
or s premature Brave.
tFull particulars In onr pamphlet, which we
dualae to send free bv mall to evervono. i'4r7a
Specific Medicine Is sold bvull druggets at $1 per
pacKaire, or six packages for n, or will he sent free
bv mail on recei pt of the money, hv addressing.
Tlia GKAY MKD1C1NK CO.,
. ,,, . IH'r-rALO, N.Y.
Sold in Cairo bv Paul Hclmh.
QN T11IHTV DAY'S TKiAL.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Bulls and other Klectiic Appliances on trial lor
30 dnys to young men ahd other persons allllctcd
with Murvons Debility. Lost Vitality, etc., iruaran
toeing speedy relief and contpletn restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Hheumatlsm, Neu
ralgia. Paralysis, Liver and Kidney dilllcnlties.
Ruptures, and many other disease. Illustrated
pamphlet sent free. Address Voltaic Delt Co.,
Marshall, Mich. -Idec'Hl-yl
TIIH II ALL! DAY.
K Now Bnd compiuto Hotel, frotillni? on Levee
Second aud Kuilroad Streets,
Tb PassctiKor Depot of the Chicago, Ht. Louis
an' ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, Ht.
Louis and Tactile; Iron Mountain aud Honthern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Hallways
aro all Just across the struct; while thu Hioainlmat
Landing I" hut ono square distant,
1'h.is Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevat.nr, Klortrlc Call Bells,
Automatic Flro-Alartns. Ilnlhs, absolutely pure air,
porloctsewnrago and complete appointments.
Superb mrnishlUKS; perfect service; and an nn
Ii. I. PAUK'KIfi Ac 00.,IiPHei
business now heforo tho public
Yon can mako money faster at
work for us than at anything
else, Capital not needod. We
will start yon. Wl'iadayand
imnnrria madfl at home by the
Industrious men. women, hoys and Klrl .wanted ev
nkl..u n wnrlr f., nm NilW ! tllO tllllO. YOU
can work In spare time onlyorKlvo your wholo time
to the business, xon cun live av uum mm uu
work. No other business will pay yon nearly as
well. No one can fall to makn enormous pay by
engsglna stonoo. Costly outfit and torms free.
Money made fast, easily and honorably. Address
True Co. , Augusta, Mai ne.-io-au.
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their oxcollont reputation in
Jurod by worthless imitations. The
Public aro cautionod against buy
ing Plastors having similar sound
ing namo8. Soo that tho word
C-A-P-O-I-N-E iB oorrootly spoiled.
Aro tho only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
One is worth moro than a down
of any other kind.
Will positively euro where other
remodios will not even roliovo.
Prico 25 oonts.
Bewaro of cheap Plastors made
with lead poisons.
SEABURY A JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, New York.
HVHK HK.MFDY AT I, A HT. Pricetecti
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTtt.
Sn J a week In your own tow
" free. No risk, every thin
I I tl not required, we will
II II everything Many are
w v tunes Ladles make as c
a week Invourown town. $!i out
ng new, cai
i turiilsn y
are making f
nino.li as me
and hovs and elrls make irreat Da
ueaner, w you want a nusiuyssai wnun you c
in a lie great pay ail tlie time you worn, write forp
ncuiars to ji. u suea x uo., ror'.iand, same.
Camo, Iu.s., December 10, 1881
The regular annual meeting of the stockhold
of the City National Bunk of Cairo, for the num.
of ulectlng seven directors will be held at the of!
of said hauk. In this city, on Tuesday, J auusry
IHH-j. foils open at 10 o clock a. m., and close a
o cickk p. m., ot saia day.
TUOS. W. IIALLIDAY , Cashier
To Provide For
8co,d 5 8-cett stamps for samples of i Magatli
$J J0 a year. The best, largi Ht and most fully 111
traUid Magar.lne in the world for youug people,
, l , TiAHVl.AND
The baby sown Magazine, more charming than
er before. Only 60 cents s year
LITTLE FOLKS' Lff.ATlKR
A delightful snd refined Monthly, for public
jirivaw: scnoo: ana nomes. 7S cents a year.
. , THE PANSY.
An Illustrated Weekly for young people edited
MrS. fj-. K. Aldan IPtnavi a.nu.UII. a..l
Hunday reading. SOcents a year. Address 1). I
uirop a, vo., tTauaiin si., Boston, Mass.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBST1TUTK FOR LIFE KSU
WIDOWS' & OftPTrAXS
Mutual Aid SocietJ
of ca mo.
Organized Julv 11th, 1877, Tntler the Laws
the Stute of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
P. G. SCHVII Prosit!
C. T. UUDI) ....Vlc Prusul
J. A. UOLDSTISB TreastJ
J.J. UOKUUN Medical Adv?
THOMAS LEWIS Secret
JOHN O. WUITK Assistant SscretJ
H. LEIOHTON. L. h. THOMAS.
J. C.WU1TB, W.F. PITCUKK,
j . o. aicuAiutx.
William Htratton, of Stratum A Bird, wholes1
grocers ; Paul ii. rlcliiih, wholesalo and retail dn
gist: Uazon Lulahtun. commission merchant: J
8. .McGabcy, lumber dealer; J. J. Gordon, phi
tclan ; J . A. uoiustlne, oruoiastine ei nosenwa
.. I i .. . . n j i. ...... w u.
wuoiucniu nuu rcino urj ooun, ovu, ui.r . . it.
er, general agent; Henry 11. Ellin, city printer a
tmoK ninuer; cnesiey uayncs, cooper; ono.
U'hl.n Limit B......n anA mrM i n All1
T.uwlfl. ft.mter in ftmip nnH urnni V. Ilrnas. on
dent Alexander County Hank ; G. W. Hendrlu'
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, gene
aguut; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney
law; Li. b, i nomas, broom manuiactnror; n.
Itusael. contractor riiiI Guilder: C. T, Ii
agout (i Ht. L. AN. 0. rallaoadiMoses Phllllps.c
tmnlAr! II . A. Chtlmhliiv initfrACtnf. Cairo. II.
idiv. .1. Hnencer. rlnrirvmnn Nt I.euls, Slo.! J.I
Bethune, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Cha
ion, Jliu. , u . u . niuwre . luwvur, vuiuuimw,
1). Hlnirletnrv. nhvsir.lnn. Arlington, Kv.: J.
Tarry, phvslclan, Fulton, Kv.! Wm. Kyan, farn
rllerv. Kyansvillo. Ind.! Ike Anderson, secrei
Ainrrv. B.V., a. nteinnacu, iwimM.ir ui s
to superintendent fl. Ht. L. & N O. railroad, Jul
son, Teun.;J. 8. lioburtson, phvslclan, Whl
vllle, Tenn. ; Thomas A. Osborn, harness tnalj
ii. .ii.... m..-. . r vl.lt.ir. "IMyIii Ail
Using Ageu 3 Holly Springs. Miss
Wo continue to act as Solicitors' for Patents, Cavei
Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc., fur tbo United Htu
Canada, Cuba, Knglaiid, France, Uormany, eta.
linvn hud thlrty-dvo jrcra experience
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KNiirto Amrhioan. This largo and splendid Ik
IrnUHi wnok t y paper, a . u a yoar.snows ine i-rogi
of SclrncH, Is very Interesting, and bat an enom
-circulation. Address MUNN A CO- Patmit Bo
tors. Pub's, ot HoiKNTino American, 87 Pork id