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The Death "of the Old Year.
Full kneo-doop lien tho winter miow,
And the winter winds nro wcitrlly sljfhlng-:
Toll yo tin' churrh-lx'll and and alow,
And trend softly mid speak low,
For tho old your Hen a-dy Ingr.
Old yoHr,.)ou muKt not dio;
You eiuno to u bo readily,
Voti livjd with us so steadily,
Old yeur, you nhitll not dio.
Ho lli'tb st ill i ho doth not movo:
Ho will not Koo tho dawn of day,
He hut ri no other life above.
Ho gave me a friend, and a true, true love,
And tho New-year will tiilce 'em nwtiy.
Old your, yon mtint not iro;
Bo long HH you luive been with us,
Hnch Joy H4 you hnvo neon with us,
Old yeur, you shall not go.
Ho frotli'dhis bumpers to tha brim;
A Jollier ypur wo shall not aeo.
Hut tho' hi eve aro waxing dim, '
And tlio' his foes apeak ill of biin,
Ho was a friend to mo.
Old your, you ohnll not die;
We did so laugh and ery with you,
I've half a mind to dio with you,
Old year, If you must die.
He was full of Joko and Jest,
Hut nil hia merry quips aro o'er.
To see him dio, aeross tho waste
HI si in and huir doth ride post bante,
Hut ho'll bo dead before.
Every one for hia own.
The night la starry and cold, my friend,
And the Now Year blithe and bold, my friend,
Cornea up to take his own.
How hard ho breathes! over the snow
1 hoard Just now tho crowing cock.
Tho shadow llieker to and fro,
Tho cricket chirps; tho light burns low;
'Tia nearly twelve o'clock.
Hlmko bauds, before you die,
Old year, we'll dearly rue for you;
, What Is It we can do for you?
Bpeak out before you dio. . -
nts fneo Is growing sharp and thin,
Alack 1 (air friend in gone.
Close up Ills eyes; tie up his chin;
plop from tho eorpso, and let him in
That stitndtith there alone,
And watchotb at the door.
There's a now foot on the lloor, my friend,
Anil a new face at tho door, tuy triond,
A now luce at tho door.
A GEANTED PRAYER.
"Pray Heaven it is not as I fear; that
rhilip is still true of lienrt, It cannot
bo that ho would wrong mo so! Ah,
no! I will believe in him uml trust him
So-mused a lady, fair, pale and love
ly, as she leant sadly over the balustrade
of a viiie-wreatheu balcony. Within
. tho room whence she had come were
sounds of music, lively conversation.
, and laughter.
There her hushund sat, quite forget
ful of her existence, with his eyes rivet
ed on the beautiful faeo of a dark-eyed
foreign woman. Her dress was splendid;
her mien regal; hermoiitli seemed form
ed only for smiles and kisses. She was
nn adventuress, who was in debt for
every garment she wore, and whoso jew
els were gifls which she should have
Mushed to look at. Hut tho man never
dreamed of this,
lu his eyes she utterly eclipsed his
pure, sweet, loving wife, ns well as all
other women. To w in her he was wil
ling to lose the respect of his friends,
the love of his wife, to become an exile
and spend the rest of his days in some
foreign land, umongst the people whoso
' language ho could not comprehend,
tintl whoso habits were distustcful to
Already he has said this to her. Al
ready their plans had been formed for
an eloiK'inent. Tho man hail had
conscience enough to arrange his
money matters, so that his wife should
still live in comfort and luxury to
which she was accustomed, so that
his sou and daughter should bo provid
ed for; but he liHd given his future
years to this siren, who had wiled him
from his first lovefrom tho mother of
his children from a woman still charm
ing enough to make many a man envy
The woman, worse than ho was for
when a woman is bad, sho has no con
Kcienco thought of this act of his with
anger. It made her rich lover less
worth having by half. Still, in the
country whence slut came, the fortune
that remained would be princely. She
could contrive that ho sliould Vttlo u
largo sum upon her make his will in
her favor and then
"Well, then," tho slgnorina said to
herself with a little shrug of her should
ers "then if it pleases Heaven to tako
him, I shall Mill bo young und hand
some" Sho looked at her conquest over tho
f lasa of wine in which sho pledged him.
le was pale, with that yellow paleness
that comes to tho man who has spent
his youth and early middlo ago in mak
ing money. He was a high liver who
frrew lean Instead of plump on his high
".Not ft man," nho thought, "to live to
be very old," and alio smiled brightly as
hfl pledged him.
Meanwhile tho wife upon tho balcony
clasped her hands in silent prayer, una
these words were in her heart;
i "Oh, Heaven! have pity on lue. IU
' etoro my husband's lovo to mo. Do not
let that wicked woman take him from
; : my little ones and me. Do not leave mo
' Then she went bark to hcrgilcsts.and
flayed tho part of tho hostess, as sho
must. There wcrp thorn there who loved
v ' lur, An thttj took tludr leiivo one,( an
' 'v iltWrly woman, drewher aaldo. .1
"Agnes," sho said, "I do not like that
singer -that Italiun woman. Were I
you, I would drop her acquaintance. I
think sho is not a person for you ' to
She is almost a stranger, dear Mrs.
Haniet," said Agnes. "My husband, who
adores musie, wanted me to ask her,
and I did. This visit over, it will bo tho
hist time. We cannot dismiss hor, you
"No," replied tho lady. "Ono Is oft
en so placet!. And men cannot soo a
fault in tho manners of that sort of per
son, and think envy prompts any criti
cism on our part; but such people- hurt
ono. Don't nave her again, dear."
Agnes shook her head, smiled rdi,
how hard it was to smile! and said:
Tho guests departed, each with a
pleasant word. The lights were put out
ono by one. The Italian declared her
self "dreadfully sleepy," ami went up to
her room with charming adieux to ner
hostess, who returned them coldly.
Tho master of tho house, for tho first
time that evening addressed his wife.
"I am going to my study, Agnes,"
said he. 'There- are letters I must
write. I shall take my rest on tho
lounge. It is so warm, ono can sleep any
"Then good-night, dear," Agnes ans
wered; and suddenly, with penitence
in his eyes, and a quaver on his lips,
lie took her in his arms and kLsscd
The kiss sent her up stairs hrippy, after
"lie loves me," she said to herself "
he loves me. What need I care? Men
are all like that when these sirens aro
near them. Once gone, ho will forget
Thou she fell asleep with her little
daughter in her arms.
Two hours after this, when all was
silent in the largo house, tho doors of
the front door' opened widely. The
master of the house bad opened them
with his own hands. Two men crossed
the hall softly and took from the Itali
ans room her great trunk, ready packed
and strapped, and carried it over tho
thickly carpeted hall without a sound.
Out m the avenue beyond tho gates
stood a hired carriage; behind this they
plaeetl the trunk, while the woman glid
ed out of her chamber dressed for a
journey, and with her face closely veil
oil. The master of the house gave her
his hand, and led her out, and drew the
doors behind him. Over the well-rolled
path they rode softly, and reached the
It was utterly dark clouds had blot
ted out the moon. The stars were in
visible, a strong wind whirled the
branches about over head, tho falling
leaves were blown into their faces; a
low muttering was heard afar.
"Madonna!" cried tho Italian. "Do
you hear it ? It will thunder. I am afraid
of a storm."
In answer he pressed her hand and
led her toward the carriage.
Tho driver was 'a stranger; ho knew
that evil work was afoot, but not what
that work was. Paid heavily by his em
ployer it was not his business to make
inquiries; but ns ho closed tho door he
asked a question,
"Can I mistake tho road? it's like
pitch, and I never drove over it be
fore." "Keep to your right," said tho man,
in a husky whisper. "Tho station is
straight on; you'll seethe light soon.
Drive as fast as you dare; don't lose tho
He had made a mistake; ho should
have said, "Keep to the left." Foronce
his memory deserted him. Satan, who
had been his friend so far, left him to
himself. He sat in the carriage clasp
ing his new lovo in his arms.
In the darkness he kissed her madly,
but even then his wife's fair face seem
ed to rise before him.
He thought how she would awaken in
the morning and discover tho truth. He
thought of his daughter, who was young
enough to wonder where papa had gone.
Of his son, old enough, perhaps, to un
derstand a little of the truth.
"Will you lovo me always, Carina?"
he asked. And she answered him in
terms as fervent as she would have ans
wered any lover:
"Always until I die. For ever, my
And it seemed to him that his soul
was well lost for tho world he had gain
ed. But now the storm burst upon them.
Forked lightning Hashed from tho skies.
Jt seemcilto enter tho ground. Tho
thunder-peals were? terrible. There was
no cessation to its crash and roll. The
rain beat down wildly.
Carina shrieked, and clung to him,
and called upon tho uiiHinirched sainta
and the pure and perfect Madonna, as if
she had a right to their protect ion. Even
the man, who bad never trembled before
a storm, trembled now.
I've lsen driving a long while, and I
see no light," shouted tho driver from
his box. "Sure we've mistook the road.
Did vo say to tho right always?"
His voice was drowned by tho tumult
ol the storm.
"Yonder is a light of some Bort," said
"It's the station, then," said thedriv-
rr. "t hero u bo no other light at this
They were laying a new railway lit
that neighborhood, and a great mass of
nck had been blasted away, and lay in
Jagged heaps at ono side of tho road,
1'ho workmen, as they left, had hung t
lantern over tho spot as a warning to
This light, swinging to and fro in tho
wind, blurred by tho rain and, blotted
out by every brilliant Hash of lightning,
was that toward which tho mistaken
men upon tho box now guided their
The station was four miles away, In
the opposite direction. Tho madman
within tho carriage was too bewildered
to notice anything; but the storm and tho
clinging arms ol his tcrrilied compan
And now a Maze of light, more fear
ful than any yet seen, Hashed in tho
faces of the already restive horses. They
plunged wildly anil dashed forward. All
that tho driver could do was to endeav
orb turn their heads towards what he
believed to be tho right road.
Another moment, and they wero
amongst the rocks. Tho carriage over
turned, the horses furiously struggling
to bo free.
The driver, hurt and bleeding, still
roii no) senses, no ion ior nis Ktmo,
, and began to cut the traces, at tho risk
THE DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN:
of his lifo ns he did so. Tho door of tho
overturned carriage burst open, and tho
woman crept forth shrieking.
"Keep back, for your life!" cried tho
man, who had freed ono horse, and
was fast freeing tho other. "Back !
It was useless, As ho sprang out of
tho way of tho liberated creature's Hy
ing hoofs, escaping simply by a miracle,
the woman struggled forth upon tho
rocks. Shrieking for help within, with
a broken limb, her companion lay help,
less, unablo to lift himself.
She stared into the darkness. A blaze
of lightning revealed tho rugged sur
roundingsthe fallen man on tho road,
tho coachman waving his arms towards
her, and -what was it? a great, black,
snorting demon closo to her upon
her 1 t
Heaven grant that she had time to ut
cr a prayer for pardon ero she full!
Night again. A fair woman, worn
with watching, Hat 'beside a couch on
which a man lay with closed eyes. Two
children have kissed her and stolen
away. Tho nurse has gone to rest.
"To-night is tho turning-point," tho
lady has said to her. "1 must bo with
And so the lire burns low, and shesits
looking at the sleeping man.
It is Agnes, and her husband lies bo
foro her. Two weeks ago they brought
him home, and brought also tho signor
ina. The woman was dead. Sho lies
now under tho turf of the little church
yard. Her trinkets the jewels for which sho
had given more than life have fallen
into the hands of tho driver and his
comrade, who suffered only a few
They were men chosen who would ask
no questions, and they rightly judged
themselves quite safe.
People believe that tho sick man, now
lying at death's door in hisown splendid
dwelling, was only escorting tho signor
ina on her way to the railway station,
from which the driver turned by acci
dent in the darkness of the night.
A few women nave no doubt that Mrs.
Pombcrton "after that evening," dis
missed her guest with apology. Agnes
knows the truth, but does not deny tho
story which serves to keep tho secret of
her husband's meditated guilt.
Great awe possesses her soul; sho re
members her prayer. It has been ans
wered, and this is how. Not as she
meant it should be; prayers seldom are.
Humble and anxious sho waits the end.
She has furgiven utterly.
In the small hours toward day sho
hears her name spoken, and bends over
"My love," she answers.
"Do you mean that?" ho asks.
"I mean it, from my soul," sho says.
"Are you an angel Agnes? Did sho
"She is dead," replied tho wife.
Sho put her cheek to his, and silence
fell again upon the room; but sho knew
that if lie died, ho died forgiven, and if
he lived, his first lovo was her own once
. more, and that nothing could ever turn
his heart again.
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Tho Penalty of Civilization.
An Indian girl, who, before sho went
tollampton College, believed her father' 8
log hut a palatial mansion compared
with the (Surrounding tepees, und kept
up the illusion, looking forward with
pleasure to the grand reception her
father would give on her return, burst
into tears as she walked into the rude
hut ami realized how completely her
education had isolated her from all that
had been so romantic in her former sur
roundings. On the other hand, when
lier sister saw her jiolotkiiso, her jaunty
hat anil her high-heeled French shoes,
sho cried her eyes out because sho
couldn't be civilized, too. When tho
daughter began to clean up and set
things to rights in the old hut, her father
began to think seriously about sending
her back East. Ho couldn't stand any
such nonsense as that. So it would
seem that education, in this case, was
rather a doubtful boon to all parties
Doctor Farrar said lie had never been
looked upon as a quarrelsome or deadly
man at all; lie was just a plain, every
day style of citizen, without any con
suming ambition to fill tho world with
funerals and hang a sable pall of mourn
ing over the land, but if tho ' vigilance
committee wanted to make an cxainplo
of him, und would give him notice
enough so that ho could arm himself
with an old salt bag full of convalescent
eggs and au old pick handle, ho would
be willing to abide tho result.
Tho committee turned in silent scorn
and left him, and tho disagreeable sub
ject was never broached again after
ward. Bill Nye.
. " Pickin' Up do Stitches."
"Plckln' up do stilehos, plekln' up do etltuhcs,
Marsier'll como blinoliy,
Do Great OhorHoor, Ilo'll cull up do chllluus to '
allow ilolr work blinoby.
'Tlokln' up de stltohes, plekln' up do etltehes,
workln' do lon day froo,
Doln' yo' ben' at de big or do little, whatuuor
you lines to do;
Pickin' up do studies, plekln' up do stltehos,
Ho trllm you do work ter do.
"Oh. pick up do HtltcueH, cbllhins, pick up do
Po Mas'er'll 1m hercblmoby.
Do irn at Ohorsoer'll eall you up, chllluns, '.
To 'sllilt yo' work lu do sky."
Tho Oarnol'u Kick.
The camel's kick is a study. As it
stands demurely chewing its cud, and
gazing abstractedly at some totally dif
ferent, far-away object, up goes a hind
leg, drawn close in to tho body, with tho
foot pointing out; a short pause and
out it Hies with an action like tho piston,
and connceliiig-rod of a steam-engine,
showing a judgment of distance and di
rection that would lead you to supposo
the leg gifted with perception of its
own, independent of tho animal's propor
senses. 1 have seeu a heavy man llrod
novcral yards into a douse crowd by the
kick of a camel, and picked up tnsensi
bio. My Journey to Mcdimh, Kcant.
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1882
CoNSUMiTioN in its early stages is readi
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Warts and Corns.
' Tho Committee of Investigation ap
pointed by the Lime Kiln Club to in
vestigate the subject of warts, corrfs and
bunions and report thereon, announced
that their investigation had been pushed
as far as possible, with but few satis
factory resulls. They would report:
1. "De wart doan'" amount to much
rmless it conies on de eand ob do nose.
We traced it back to de y'ai'710, an'
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urn sometimes n sign of a eulolniivd
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y. "De bunion am an invenshun to
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Arter a bunion freezes to you it can't lo
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It goes to bed wid you an' rises up wid
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hours uml are marked hv a stini illation of the apjie
titn. the digestion arid usmmilaiion, entering di
rectly Into Ihu circulation; it tonss the uerves and
muscles : extrls a heanhy action of the S'-cretions;
neither disturbs the ptornncU uonnjures tile system
uuder pT'iloneed use, and may be discontinued at
any time without Inconvenience,
In a word It possesses tlio s'iniiilaiits to arouse
the streii.'th, lite tunics to retain it, and merit of a
high degicu. Very respectliilly,
JA.MK.H I. FELLOWS.
1ST I) not be deceived by remed lei bearlntf a
similar name; no oilier preps" utiuu Is a substitute
for lU'S, under any circumstances.
rOK SALB UY DKl'UGISTS.
Pain Cannot Stav Where
Hliiivmatlsiu is cun.d by
THOMAS' ECLK'JTIUC OIL.
A lame back of eight years standing wan positive
ly cured by !) cents worth of
TAO.M AS' KCLKCTKIC OIL,
Common soro throat Is cured with ono dote of
THO.MAh' KCLKt'TKIC OIL
Coughi and colds are cured by
TlIOMAs KCLKCTHl6 OIL.
All throat and lung diseases aro cured by
THOMAS' KCLECTUIC OIL.
Autumn 1b cured by
T1I0.M S' ECLECTKIC OIL.
lltirnn und frost bites aru relieved at onco by
TJIOMAb' KCLhCTIUC OIL.
Always jjives satisfaction.
Hold by Jledicino Dealers everywhere.
Price 50c. and $1
FOSTER, M1L11UHN & CO., Prop'rs.
NulTalo. N. Y.
1 business now before the public
IV 0 11 can iniilio money faster at
work for uslliiir. at anything
oisii, Capital not nueuua. W11
will si art you. I'J a day and
upward made at lioma by tho
Itiduslrlotis men. women, bys unci gins wamm ov
rvuilu.rii tn work fur us. NOW Is 1 110 tllllB. YOII
can work In spare time only or give your wholo time
to the business , Von can llvo at homo aud do thu
work. No other business will pay you nearly us
wil. Mo oiia can full to make enormous pay by
engaging at once. Costly oiillll and terms rrco.
Money made fast, easily and honorably. Ada mm
True ACo,, Augusla, Maine. 1IMI0-
GRAY'S SPKCIKIO MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK', Tim Oreat Kng-
llsh remedy, hu
unlalllng euro for
potency nnd all
diseases lhai folow
as a seiilouco
of lelf-abusi'i asA
n mi. im" '"''"lory, -.-'iUvVl r
(uiiini'ss or vision, preniiiiiiro 010 ag'j, m u iimuy
other disease that lead to insanity, consumption
or a nreinalarc rravu.
trlriill particular III our pamphlot, which wa
deslaii toselid frcobvinall to evurvono. '"The
Mpoclnu Medicine Is sold hv nil druggist aijl Per
mr,Kr.ge, or tlx package! for f:, or will be aunt fro
UV IIH IOU rucuipi 01 v monor, iiy Biuirr-BiiiK.
TUK OltAV MKDICINK CO.,
Bold In Cairo brTiul flcliun. . , .
120 Broad way, New York,
of any Llfu Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alono issue
stipulntiiig that the conn act of Insurance "shall
not bo dimmed" alter It Is three year old,
aud that such policies shall be
on receipt of latlefactory proofs of death.
Us policy Is clear and concise, aDd contain
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. H.-ltKAD VOI R l'Ol.ICIIX Compare tho
short and simple form used by the Equitable with
tho long and obscuro contracts loaded down with
technicalities lsauffd by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders aro
N. It. See the many letters from policy holders
exprsMslrii: their gratification with the returns from
their To.ntinh Savinu Fcnu roucuM.
IlouiiuHO uf its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely line-fed, nenrly
A. BUIiNK'fT. Agent.
Office, corner U'th and Washington.
November 21. iKHI.-miidw
MUTUAL AID S0CIKTY.
A SUIiSTITUTE F0K LIFE ISSUE-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July llth, 1R77, Under the laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1U77, Under Actof't'oiigngs.
p. o. srmii
O. T. M Dl)
.1. A. UOUlSTINB
John c. white..
KXECUT1 VK CO.MMITTKK'
II. LEKJIITON, I., h. THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. r. I'lTCHtt,
J. S. McUAUKV.
William titration, of Stratton A Ulrd. wholesalo
grocers; 1'aul 0. Nclinli, wholesale and retail drun
gist ; Haseu I.dgliton, commlsslim nierrhaut; Jas.
S. McUuhey, lumber dealer; J, J. linrdou, phys
ician; J. A. Uoldstlne, of (toldctlne Knsenwater,
wholesale and retail drv goods, etc; Win. K. 1'itch
er, general agent; Henry I). KIIIh, city printer and
book binder; t'hesloy Ilaynis, Cooper; Jno. C.
Whilu, assistant secretary and solicitor; Albert
Lewis, dealer in Hour and grain; K. Uross. presi
dent Alexander County Hank; U. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
lgeut; Thomas Lewis, secretary and atlornev at
law; I,. 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; YV. K
Kussel, contractor and builder; 0. T, Kudd
agent C. Ki. I. A S. (). ruilaoud: Moses 1'hllllp. car
peiiler; 11. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
ltev. ,1. Hpencer, clergvman.HI 1-uls, JIo.j .1. If.
Uulliiino, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
Ion, Mo.; J. 11. Moore , luwvi'r, Commerce, Mo.
I). Hlngletnrv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky.; J. V.
Tarry, phvalclnn. Kulton, Kv, ; Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv. Kv. ; A. Htelnbach, nianulacturer of ad
dlerv, livansvllle, nd. ; Iko Anderson, secretary
to snoerlntondent C. Ht. L.&H O. railroad, Jack
son, Tenn.; J. W. Kobertson, phvslclan, W hite,
vlllu, Tenn. ( Thomas A. Oshorii, names maker,
Ilollvar.Teiiti. : Wm. L. Walker, "Dlxlo Adver
tising AgenQ," ilullv borlnos, Mi-s
by thla simple ' water
power Invention may
avoid all the hilmr nu
Injury of driving Imr
Hewlnir Maehlnu. Over
(i,0H of tliews llaokus
water Motors, noiseless
nnd ornumeutiil, mlnpt.
ed to all bowing Ma
clilnes, aro now irWIna
Two sle ore made for
ilouschiihl Hewing la
4'i.-10. Also lurur
sizes fur fuetorv neeil
Send for Circular to
anil for nil kliul. of ma.
HACK JS WATUU HoTOH CO., Newark, N. J
This la thu
Most Economical Power Known
FOB DK1V1NU LIGHT MACIILNEKY !
It take but Utile room. '
it never gels out of repair,
ltcunuot blow up.
It requires no fool.
Kneed no engineer.
There la no delay no firing up; no ashes to clean
away; no oxlra Insurance to pay; no repair
ing ueoessarvi no coal hills to pay,
aud it is always reudy for aso. .
It is Vorv Cheap.
1 o two. Htato paper von sawthn ad
tl' 1 m