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DAILY .CAIRO BULLETIN.
CA1B0. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MOBNING, JANUARY 7, 1882.
Circuit Judtc-0. J. Baker. '
Circuit ClHrlt-A. n. Jrvln.
t'ounty Juilm K. H Yocum.
County Clerk 8. J. Ilumm.
County AtUirnojf J. M, Damron.
County Treasurer Mllu W. Farktt.
Hln.riir John Iiod(re.
Coroner K. KltKorald ,
County Commissioner T. W. Hallld, J. A.
l.llib. ond I'eW'r snip.
.M nyor-N. H. Tti In tie wood.
Trca-uwr T. i, Ktrth. '
Jit-rk DtDiil. J, Foley. r
Counselor-Win. B. aflbert. y
Marshal L. H. Muyera,
Attorney William liondrlck. '
xuku or ALoauma.
first Ward Peter 8anp. T. M . Klmbrongb.
S.-roiid Ward Jumm lllnkle, C. H. ilogt... .
Third Ward-B. F, Hlake, John Wood,
kourtu Ward-Cbarle 0. PaUnr, Adolph 8wo-
" Kl?th Ward-T. W. Uallldar. Krnest B. rlt.
A1KU HAITI ST. -Corviifrjsritu and Poplar
r,r...rhin flrnt ui third tiuodars In
each moutti, 11 a m. ana i;w wi -Thursday,
7:30p. n,; baay W,
nncKcn of th bkdebmkb-i'pi)
L r"ourttinth ttrwrt; Hnnday 7:00 ., Holy
Kucbaalsl; :30a. m., Sunday school IO:.m..
Morning prayer ;:00 p. m., evening .ryra. g.
I'. Davenport, B. T, H. Rector, v.
iMltBT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CntWO;,
r Ft aching at 10:80 a. ... 3 p.jn., and T:30 it in.
SaUialb cbool al 7:30 p. in Uf. T. i. Hlif,
pfcstor ' t :.
LCl'MEIUS-Thlrteenth atrattr erri'.'
bath 1 :30 a. in.; Sunday acbool 1 p. IV,
Knappe, pastor '','"
MKTTr)I6T-Cor. Blhtr- and Walnut M;reta,
i-reaohtt. Sabbath U:UUa.m. and IMjp. m
hnndey bcbool at M P m Kcv. J. A. Ilgpretl,
T J KESBYT It R.AN Eighth ttroot; preaeWnr on
l lVtl)l.atb at 110 a. m.and 7:30 p. m. ; prayer
oiwtlns WVdwraday at TaOp.m.; Sunday School
at 8 p.m. Hv B. V. George, pastor.
ST JOSEPH 8-tKoman Catholic) Comer Cros
and Walnut street; service Sabbath 10:80.
n. ; Sunday School at p. m. ; Vesper J p. m.; ser
ncs every day at 8 a. m. Bet. O Eara, Fried.
ST PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
street and Washington avenue; rytee Sab
oath 6 and in a. ni. ; Vesper S p. m. ; Sunday School
t p. m. service every day at B a.m. Ret. MMU-rtou
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Hail 3:15 a.m tMall ..4 .m
tAccom'dation.ll :10 am Kit-ra ... :W -
tKipr 4:J)p.m Accmdatlu...U5 p m
MISS CENTRAL R. R.
Mall 4 am tMall .V''
Eiprew 10:15a m tKxpref Jl:.ia.m
C. 4ST. L. R. R. (Narrow Ganga )
Krpro 6H0.m Kipra.. ...... BOp.m
Accomodation. 1 :S5 p.m Accom datoln 12:30 p.in
ST.L . I.M.4 8. H E. '
ExptM. ll:1p.m MExpreaa...
tAccom aaiion..:3i.ip.m (tAccom datlon-ll.u a.m
WABASU. ST. LOC PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mall B.... 5:00 .m '.Mali A Ex.... 9:8 p.m
Daily except Sunday. tDy-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Clucago.
The Only Line Rmminj?
Making Direct Connection
Thaiii Liati Cairo:
3:15 am. Mail,
Arriving tn St. Lout: a.m.; Chicago, :. p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for tlncm.
natl, LoaUvlllo, lndlaapoll and polnU Eaat.
11:10 a.m. St. Iouia and WeBtorn
Ar'ivlng In St. Loula 7i05p. m., and connecting
for all pointa Weit.
4:H p.m. Kaat Kxprtw.
urKt. toula and Chicago, arriving at8t. Loula
W:40p.m.,andChlcago7:i0 a m.
4 :SO p.m. Cincinnati Kiprw.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiaville 7:20
A.m.; Indlanapolla 4:0u a.m. J''V?'".
thin train reach the above point 1 w Jti
UUl'US la advance of any other route.
t?TTh4:'30 p. ci. prc he fUW'JJ-'
h LEE PINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changea, and through ilecperato bt. Loula ana
Fast Timo East.
nornlHg t 10:. Thlrty-eix honra In advance of
'lKoVthMueh tlrketi and further Information,
a;ulT at llllnoU Central Railroad Dwi.UJJ.
I AH .IOIINSDN. J. 11. JONKO,
J AS- (in Somherr, Agent. Ticket Agm.t.
A.H. HANHON,on. Paw. Agmt. Chlcaeo
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TBAINH Laava uutu,
Arkansaa indTexaa Expreas ...11:80 p.m. Daily
ARB1V1 AT CAIRO.
Exproe 2:50 p m-Dlltt'
Ticket office: No. 55 Ohio Levee.
H . H . MILBURN .Agent.
Q.EOROE H. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of aurglcal dlaeaaee, and dlaeaavi of women
OfOcet On Hth itroot, oppoilte the Poit Offloe,
QU. W. 0. JOCBLYN,
OFFICE Elghtk Street, near Comwerelal Avenne
jjr; b. w. whitlock,
Oman-No. 1M Commercial Amu bttWNii
Vghthand Nlntii Street
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
WholoHalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TUE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
PACKED FOR BUIPPINO.
Oar Ltoadfi a Specialtv.
Cor.Tweli'th Street and Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLO UK, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Priee Paid for Wheat.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
- eonauuUy on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlsmlng"are eoare ahavlngi and make
the beat eamrqer wood for cooking purpose as well
e the cheapest ever aold in Cairo. Kor black
r-mlth'a dm taavtting tirua. they are unequalled
Leave ynor ordere at tbe Tenth t rest woo X yard
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE .feSiU STATES.
On and after Monday, Jnne7h, aud nntll Inrthor
notice tbeferryboit will make trlpa ai followi:
MATXt LIAVI ItiVH
Coot Fonrth at. Miwonrl Laud'g. Kentnrky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:S0o. m. 11 a.m.
8:00 jl.m. 2:30p.m. J p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:S(0 p.m. , 6;00p.m.
1 p.m. 3:30 p.m. I p.m
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TURNER, Mailer.
LEU. BILL, Cleric. ,
tcatoa Cairo for New Madrid and way pointa
every Tuoiday, Thursday and Saturday at i p, m.
Rotnmlng loaves Hew Madrid Wodnueday, Friday,
ami Monday at 7 a.m.
. ro. w or H-XB WC. Agent,
COAL, WOOD ICK.
7 M. WARD,
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
X3T Leave orders at my Wood and Coal Office.
EE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President,
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
S. eTAATI TA7L0R, W. P. BAU.IDiT,
BHBT L. BAIXTOAT, . B. OrmWDIUBAH,
. U. ILUAasO, STIPHIN aiau,
B. B. OAXDM.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DeposlUracetfed and a general banking bnsinerg
eon a acted.
ALL 80ETS, SIZES AND STYLE
' Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & 8HEET-IR0N WARE
ALL KINDfl OF JOB WORK DOKE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 PaJn Til
Commercial Avenue LftIIU, ills
XflL M. BAXTFR & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
' Zinc, and Colors,
No. 52 rnrl Street, - NEW YORK.
Our Liquid Taints are ready for Immediate unnon
opening the packages, no. oil, spirits of turpentine
or dryers bnlug required,
Pnnty. We guarantee their ahaolnto purity and
thulr freedom from harytvs, clay, alkalis, water,
bi-nsine, soap and other articles which aro used to
adnltorate liquid paints.
Covering Capacity. Tbcy weigh fifteen to six
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover better
and more surface than any chemical paints or tboss
containing barytesor clay, an these add weight
Permanency of Color Orcat care has been taken
in selecting colors for tinting, and we use only per
manent colors, consequently our tint do not fade.
Conventer.ee Any ono who can nso a paint
brush can apply these paints, and being ready for
nset there Is uo waste or eicess of material, as Is
the case often when lead, oil and turpentine havo
to Do pnrcliased The colors can always be ciactly
matched and thorn Is no necessity of having two or
three shade on tbe same building, a Is often the
case when tint are made experimentally.
Our Pure Liquid Paints are put tip In small cans
from 1 to 5 lbs., and also by the gallon. In packnges
fiom can of , 1, i, 3 and 5 galls., to kegs of 10, 13
and 85 gall., and bhl. of 45 Ralls.
Sample 4)nrdaanl Vce List mailed to any ad.
(J. M. ALDEN, -
ronrui ialb or
Hay, Grain and .
' , ' OFFICII
Boom Ao, 1, np rtalr In Onhl'i Building,
Ualural Pruit flam
Prepared from the choicest
Frtlts, without coloring, poison
ous oils, acids, or artificial
Emcnccs, Alway uniform in
ttrrnqth, without any (ulufterti
tioit or inijturitiet. Have gained
their reputation from tlie,r per
fect purity, superior strength
and quality. Admitted bg all
'vlio have used them as the most
delltate, grateful and natural
jlarttr for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
ChUago, III., and St. Louis, Jo.,
Mason of Lnpulin Yeaat Gems,
Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder,
aud Dr. Price' Unique Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
The P. C. Brown paBfed up to Cincinnati
with a full trip from New Orleans The
Brown has been four weeks on this trip, on
account of accidents.
The City of Alton passed Memphis
Thursday at 12 o'clock, but had not arrived
up to 6 o'clock last evening; but passed up
to St. Louis during tho night, unless de
tained by fog.
The R. R. Springer is past due from
New Orleans for Cincinnati. She left
Memphis four hours ahead of the Alton.
The Springer has a full trip of sugar, mo
The Montana is oyer due from Pittsburg,
with a big trip for St. Louis, but has been
detained l.y the fog, more than likely.
The P. C. Brown reports the Sam Roberts
aground at Fort Pillow, seventy-five miles
above Memphis, and was lightening off
one barge when she passed. .
The Grand Tower, from St. Louis, came
out for Vicksburg last niht with a light
The Oakland is due up from New Or
leans with a tow of empties for St. Louis.
She will lay up here.
The James W. Gaff is due up from Mem
phis to-day for Cipcinnati.
The Alice Brown is due from St. Louis,
with tow of empties, and will return with
tow of Pittsburg lump coal for gas works.
The A. B. Safford made her first trip to
Mound City yesterday, after being inspect
ed by the local inspectors from Evansvillo.
Captain Scott and Captain John Mc
Clain are in the city. They are the govern
ment inspectors from Evausville.
The river is still ou a stand, with 08
feet od tho gauge.
AgkntIjKman in Warren, Pa., Mr. P. Blut
zinger, sutTercd so withrheumatimu that he
was unable to put his left to the floor. A
friend recommended St. Jacobs Oil, and
twenty minutes after applying it, all pain
had vanished. The uso of less than two
bottles performed a perfect cure. Ho says
he would as soon be without bread as St.
' The Fuel Problem.
Tho ftmlior fanner has a rough-and-readv
way of solving such economical
f roblrms'as hi cireumstamres suggest,
t is not hero mount to be suid that it Is
tho general custom of Nebraska and
Kansas to burn corn; but, when corn is
superabundant, tlio surplus of tho crib,
in thousands of hollies, linds its way to
tho kitchen stove and to the heating
Btovo when thcg furmer can afford tho
second luxury. Burn food! O, out
ntgo on tho gifts of Providence, nay
farmers in tho East. But is the prairio
farmer who burns his corn in his stovo
right? This is an economical question
nothing more and nothing loss.
Tliero is no reliiiou In an car of corn
that should taboo it from any rousona
blo uso. It is no more sacred than tho
trunk of a thousaml-yonrs oak. Though
tho plains aro emerging from thorn,
there aro yet conditions in which to burn
torn is ono of the best uses to which it
can bo put Thirty-eight bushels of corn
equal in combustible matter ono ton of
bituminous coal. Each yiold 1,700
pounds of suoh mutter. ' At the stations
ou tho linos of tho Burlington and Mis
souri 'AjUroad company In Nebraska,
tho ftlmior will obtain his coal at $7 per
ton. Corn cost tho grower lit J cenU ,
a bushel, which pays for labor and seed
and Intorost on investment and taxes.
Tho 1,700 pounds of combustible mat
ter in corn, will cost tho furmor $4.75, ,
and out of this he pays himself wages;
tho 1,700 pounds In the coal cost him f 7.
About 2,000 watches aro made in this
country every working day. '
The Island of Cyprus now costs Eng
land nearly $100,000 a year, and is of
no earthly uso to the country.
The orange crop of Florida is esti
mated at 83.000,000, of which all but
5,000,000 will goout of tho State.
How all tho old fashions are being
revived. I see tho hoop-skirt is coming
into stvlo again. Jef thivis.
St. Louis want to bo considered a
musical center. Some of its concert
saloons now havo two fiddlers. Phila
There are sixty-ono trout streams in
Pennsylvania that tho fish commission
ers havo stocked with lish, placing
from 1,000 to 6,000 in each strenru.
"Who wrote tho Book of James, in
the New Testament?" asked a Sunday
school teacher in a Missouri village;
and a littlo fellow at tin- foot of the class
shouted: "Tho James boys!"
Caveat on lile in tho treasury do.
parlment show that thero aro outstand
ing 2,511,000 in stolen registered
bonds, for which now ones have boon
According to tho evening Xcws, of
Detroit, that city has a bail lot of young
men nL women," whose reformation
would prove a task for tho Christian
pooplo of that goodly town.
The sowing of forost-pino seeds has
been begun by tho shakers at Enfield,
Conn., and tho stalo authorities aro
considering plans for encouraging this
"I never argy agin a success," s iid
Artemus Ward. "When I see a rattle
snaix's head sticking out ov a hole, I
bear off to tho left and say to myself,
that liolo belongs to that snaix.' "
An observer of human nature says:
4 If a man is quick-tempered you had
better go to tho other siilo of tho road
until tho paroxysm is over. If ho is
sullen go the other sido of tho street
and slay there."
A Norwich man has started out to
sue all the railroads in Connecticut for
not conforming to tho law concerning
water-closets and passenger stations.
The penalty is S100 for each violation,
the informer to get tho money.
A well-known newspnpor correspon
dent at the state capital of Missouri
has applied for a divorce from his wiK
alleging as a reason that "lie finds mar
ried life and newspaper business incom
patible ami inloh rable."
Samuel Russ, of Chaplin, Conn., lost
the sight of ono of liis eyes several
years ago. While foeding cattle the
other day tho horn of an ox penetrat
ed the sound eye and destroyed the
The extraordinary cheapness with
which iron can bo procured in Georgia,
Alabama, and Tennessee, recalls tho
prediction of J. Lowthian Bell, the
English iron-ma.ster, that, these threo
States will outmatch tho world for the
manufacture of cheap iron.
Stewart's down-towu store, at the
eorner of Chambers street and Broad
way, New York, is offered for sale for
$2,000,000. Stowart once refused $1,
OOQ.000 for it It has been vacant dur
ing the- last two years, nobody being
willing to shoulder a 150,000 lease.
Two hundred years ago in Boston tho
merchant who sold his goods at a pro
fit of more than a sixpence in the shil
ling was heavily fined, boside boing ox
communicated from tho church. As
mcrchauts are notso covetous nowadays,
thero is no necessity of such cxtremo
Judge Junlii.i, of Perry county,
Pennsylvania, hits decided that laud
lords have no right to sell liquor by the
bottle unless thoy know what and who
it is for. They can be hold criminally
responsible if any liquor thus sold is
consumed by either men of habits of
intoxication or by minors.
When an Idaho girl was sitting un
dor a tree waiting for her lover, a griz
zly boar came along and, approaching
from behind, began to hug her. But
she thought it was Tom, and so leaned
back and enjoyed it heartily, and mur.
niurod, "tighter." It broko tho bear
all up, and he wont away and hid in
tho forest for throo days to got over his
Statistics of the production of copper
show that of a total yearly product of
62,931,871 pounds, Michigan produces
50,9!)3,760; North Carolina, 4,880.000;
Missouri, 8,020.000; Vermont, 2,617,891;
Maine, 672,000. The production of tho
extreme western states add an estimat
ed amount of 6,250,000 pounds to tho
The furnituro manufactures of Cin
cinnati propuso to become an insuranco
unto themselves. The insuranco com
panies suffered heavy losses at the tiros
among furniture men during the Vast
season, anil propose raising rates. Tho
mutual proposition originated in the
The fact is patent that all over tho
states of Ohio and Indiana lands in tho
rural districts havo enhanced in valuo
from 10 to 20 per cent, and this within
a period of twelve months. Farms
that last year were slow of sale at 75
and 100 per aero now find ready pur
chasers at from 85 to $120 per aero.
In order to do away with a practice
that has brought considerable scandal,
tho Austrian war office has Issued an
ordor that oflicors of tho army or navy
who advortiso for a wife, whether in
good or bad faith, will bo placed before
a court of honor and aro in danger
of being dismissed from tho service
An Enjoyablo Evouing Job Shuttle
has abandoned going to tho thoatro al
togothor. W'lien ho wants an evening's
enjoyment ho hangs his wife's new
"Rombrandt" beaver hat on tho gas
bracket Bits behind It, aud looks at it
intensolv. Ho gets just as much as he
would by going to the theater, and
eaves tbo prico of a tickot.
"Will you hold mv baby whilo I look
out for my baggage?" asked a woman
of a railway man oraploywl in a Chica
go depot, tho other day. "No," said
tho man, "but I will hold your baggage
while you look out for your baby." lio
held a baby for a woman onee, and she
never oaino buck for It and that was
what ruado hliu bo careful ' .
"Ma," she said, confidingly. "Henry
has asked me to marry him." "And
you accepted?" was the query, "No,"
was the reply, "I didn't; and neither
did I reject him. If I can keep him on
tho string until Christmas, ho'll make
mo a handsome present to induce mo
to say 'Yes. You know I've been
wanting a gold watch for a longtime."
A woman who carried around milk
in Paris said a naive thing tho other
day. Ono of the cooks to whom she
brought milk looked into the can and
remarked, with surprise: "Why, there
is actually nothing there but water!"
The woman having satisfied horself of
tho truth of the statement, said:
"Well, if I didn't forget to put in the
Writing from Wyoming territory, a
correspondent of the Philadelphia Press
says: "One old resident told mo in all
seriousness that tho woman-suffrago
hill ha I been passed by their legislature
purely as a 'lark' whilo tho memlsers
Were on a 'spree,' and that the govor
nor had signed the bill to touch them
bettor behavior in the future! When
asked how the thing worked, as to
whether tho women voted, and what
effect it had upon their people, ho nn
swered that tho women voted "U a
man,' and ho didn't think it did any
particular harm in Wyoming, but that
it would not answer at all in the older
Tho Now York post-oflice has a man
whoso business for tho past twenty-five
years has hcon to decipher bad addres
ses. He has collected directions of tho
various cities of tho country, and is"
said to know all tho streets and a great
number of the residences of New York
city. Somo timo ago a letter camo di
rected to "Patrick Mahonoy. First
Ilousn in America." Tho letter was
from Ireland, and aftor the usual in
quiries tho clerk learned tho time the
vessel bearing tho letter arrived. As
an experiment, he placed it in the
hands of a carrier, who was instructed
to deliver it at the end of - pier.
The house was a sailors' boarding
house, and, strange as it may sccin,
Patrick Mahonoy was found. When
the letter was opened the only contents
were found to be a draft for 100.
An Old Poem and Its History,
A correspondent of tho 7ner Ocean
Doubtless many of onr readers Lavo
road General W. S. Ly tie's fine poem,
"Cleopatra," written "the night before .
the battle in which he was killed. The
Pittsburg Leader relates the romantic
circumstances under which it was writ
ten. They were told, by tho lnte
Colonel Realf to a gentleman. He
spoke of tho night beforo the battle at
which Gonoral Lvtlo felL The two
(Realf and Lytle) lay together in tho
General's tent. They wore both givon
to writing poetry at such time, nod
each had an unfinished poem on hand,
and they read and criticised each oth
er's efforts humorously for some timo,
when said Lytle:
"Realf, I shall never live to finish
"Nonsense," said I, "yoti will live to
writo volumes of such stuff."
"A feeling has suddenly come over
mo," continued the Genoral solemnly,
which is more startling than a pro
phecy, that I shall be killed in to-morrow's
fight As I spoke to you I saw
the greou hills of the Ohio as if I stood
among them. They began to recede
from mo 1n a weird way, and as they
disappeared the conviction flashod
through me like tho lightning's shock
that 1 would never seo them again."
I rallied him for his euporstition, but
tho belief had become strangely im
pressed upon his mind, and he succeed
ed in so far thrilling mo with his own
unnatural fear, that I begged him to
finish his poem before ho slept, (hat
such fine work might not bo lost to tho
In the small hours tho General awak
ened mo from a slumber into which I
had fallen, to road mo that beautiful
poem, which must livo as long as our
literature survives, beginning:
I inn dying, Kryt, dying,
Uliti tbe c rimson lifo-blorxl fust.
My eyes filled with tears as ho read.
Ho said not a word as ho concluded,
but placed tho manuscript in his pocket
ami lay down to sleep.
Beforo dawn came tho call to nrms.
When I next saw poor Lytlo he was
cold in death among hotips of slain. I
thought of the poem, aud soarchlng
tho pockrt where I had seen him put .
it, drow it forth, aud It was forwarded
among other things to his frionds.
I nni dying, Egypt, dylnirl
llhln tho crimson lilrtlilc fast,
And thrilark Plutonian shadows
Ciulii'r nil tb evciiliiK hliiHt: .
' I.i't ililim arm, O Queen, enfold me,
Hush thy sobs ami bow tblno ear,
Listen lo I lie gn-Ht heart seemta
Tbou, sii'l tuitu alono, must hour.
Though my scarred ami veteran legions
llnir their eHglrs blyh no iimis
Ami my wrecked nml senttoril gul ley
Htivw ilnrk Aetlum's In oil shore;
Though no glittering gimnl surmuuil nic,
l'iiMti;it lo do llielr muster's will,
I tii'i'l perish lllvo a Honiini,
Die l he lireHt Triumvir still.
Lt't not t'n-Miir'a servllo minimis
MiH'k th" linn thus inmle low;
'Twns no fiKMimn's iirttt thut fulled him,
"1'whh his own thut slruek tho blow '
Ills who, pillowed on thy bnsoin,
Turned hhIiIo from glory's my
He who, drunk with my caresse,
Mailly tin ew n world awiiy.
Should Urn dine plohlnn t-Hhhlo
Dure itMitll my name at Itomn,
When lite nolile spouse, Ocinvla,
Weep wtlhln her widowed homo,
Book her: say the tpl l ar witness, : '
Alturs, nugurs, olrellntr wings, H
That her blood, with mino commingled, ,
Yet all u 11 mount to thrones of kings.
And for thee, star-eyed Egvptlunl
(ilcirlmis sniirii'S nt tho Nlln,
Light the pitlh to Htyglan horror
With llie Hpleoilom of thy smile.
Give i im Cux-iir crown hum arches,
Let bis brow tho laurel twine:
I en Hcnrn tho Hsnnto's triumphs,
Triumphing In lov llko tiiino.
I sm dyltipr. I'wpt dylnir,
Hark! tho lusultiiiK foems.tr crvt
They areromlnirl quick, my falchion,
Uit tun front them oro I dlo.
Ah, no tmirw amid tho bait In
Khali my heart oxultlnifiwoll; '
In Is and 018 iruard tueo
, Clootwtra, Uoino, farcwvU."
Alexander II. Stephen has road LU ;
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