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. a. isurncu. Cairo, Illinois
A SH0ET-LI7ID TEIUMPH.
The grand opera house at Newton was
crowded from the undesirable situations
immediately behind the orchestral stand
up to the still less desirable quarters, to
be secured for a trilling sum in the lofty
elevation of the fifth gallery; that gal
lery built and reserved in ante Ullum
days for the slaves who attended their
meters hither, but now only peopled,
, when in the attraction of popular favor
ite or rising star it was peopled at all
by the slaves of that harhet most se
vere of all masters impecuniosity.
The parquette and dress circle held,
as usual, representatives of the wealthy,
more cultivated and richly dressed in
habitants of the citv, most of whom had
wiuo iieie, as iney went elsewhere,
merely to wile away an idle hour, aud
were as wearily indifferent to the
throbbing heart-pulses of the exquisite
melodies as they were to all else in life,
excsjpt their own gratification.
But in the less aristocratic, lower
pneeu positions, an oddly contrasting
class, to these spoiled children, nauseat
ed with their own good fortune, had to
night found its way. Men to whom the
price of this evening's indulgence meant
a day of hard, uninterrupted labor, wo
men to whom these short two hours of
respite from care and worry, in novel
surroundings and under the exciting in
fluence of the musical strains was arev
elation, an episode to bo remembered
through all the coming years, and al
luded to as, "That evening when I
went to the opera house": and half
grown youths and maidens to whom the
whole seemed like a poetical dream
of fairy land, from which thev mu.-,t
soon awaken to the dull prose of their
daily Jives, with only a fierce resolution
beating itself into heart and bruin, to get
back into this blissful life, to do some
thing, to bo somebody.
These members of the middlo clas,
men, women and children, who in intel
lect and nature were on a par with their
richer, highly-favored fellow mortals in
tho upper seats at this wondrous ban
quet of sound, but who had ken crush
ed and bent to a lower level bv tho iron
In1! of poverty, had drunk in the music
al strains from the first low notes of the .
orchestral selection, down through the
intervening numlcrs on the delicately
scented programme, with an unquench
able, ever-increasing thir.t, until cow,
as the third number from the close was
at band, their excitement reached its
culmination, and forgetting nil their
trouble and pain, they glanced first at
c-ach other with smiling lips and flush
ed, radiant faces, and then back to the
stage with eager, expectant eyes to
Match for the first appearing "of the
evening's debit tank the younj violin
ist. And then she came a radiant vision,
in sheeny silk and fluttering, cloudy
lace, this girl who had dwelt among these
jxor, hard-working people now watch
ing her with such breathless interest,
since the early days of her childhood,
whose sunny face and cheery laughter
lad been to them all, in their distress,
as the sun'sown cloud dispcrsingbcanis;
whose wonderful music had "so often
poured forth for them, now a merry
roundelay to heighten the mirth of wed
ding or festival; now a soft, mourtifnl
strain to carry balm to grieving soul; or
again, a crooning lullaby to still tho
sobbings of some fretful child.
"Uur musician," they had called her,
with evident pride in the possession,
since the time when the small hands had
liret drawn the slumbering harmony
from her father's priceless instrument,
and had watohed the budding genius as
it put forth leaf after leaf, forming the
gracious flower that now could give de
light to all who gazed upon it.
All this had been tho work of timo
however. More than fifteen years had
elapsed since the day when the father,
bimself a gifted (lernian artist, madden
ed by jealousy and tho unfaithfulness
and harsh criticisms of erstwhile friends,
bitter to death against a rival violinist
whoso famo soon threatened to eclipse
Lis own, and crushed by the loss of his
young wife, had seized tho two treasures
; still left to him, his two-vear old child
and his violin mid with'them had lied
away from all old associations and buri
ed himself in one of tho obscure streets
of an American city.
Here he had eked out a scanty pit
tance by teaching his mother tongue to
tiioso wiio would learn and here ho
trained his daughter, his one music pu
pij for ho steadily and obstinately refus
ed to impart aught of his skill to othrs
from the time the baby fingers could
clasp tho bow; any, in aiding her pro-
i ,v i wj;uiwu somewuat ol his
;! i uwrt trial.
' 1 , , But tho wound still rankled.
, . ; Liebchen," ho would say sometimes
'to Marguerite, as she carefully laid away
v his old violin, after hours of practice, to
, v busy brsolf about household matters.
VLicbchen, tliou goest bravely. Only
; -f sco I will tell thee a secret Some day,
Hi' When thou playest to tho great people
; and the critics,0 itnd tho old eyes would
fiUfth with soorn and the old voice treui
' tie with bitterness, "play not these In
''V r viratious of tuo old masters. Make thy
v Czli to lit wUiaJJo lje ft bjd, bark
(ho (hp, or crcain ns thn hose kind.
That is wbnt these critic will liko that
w ill bring theo fume! Tricks, not music.
(toast thou? Only, not on my Cremona,"
hugging the ohl Instrument in his wasN
ttrnw; that would be a profanation:"
louo voiee ucep nun impressive as a
'' nnu impressive as a roll
oo I 01 thunder
on tho Inst word.
Marguerite would assent to all ho snid
her mind entirely blank as to tho brill
iant career ho seemed confidently to ar
rango for her, her thought wandering
away, to tho quiet, happy homo lifo, tho
loving words of a young meehanio had
pictured to her as their blessed future.
At last a change camo into tho girl's
A great pianist, in his rambles about
tho eity, chanced to hear the girl-artist
as sho practiced, and. presto! tho road
to tho stage which had hitherto seemed
barred against her trorrcss now onen-
"d clear of all obstacles, alluring, en
chanting. Imttered. coaxed, wetted b? tho nor-
(tons whoso very naino had hitherto filled
lier with awe, urred on bv poverty and
by tho thought that she might win back
tho famo that had once cast a halo
around her father, it was nothing- to bo
wondered at that her innate vanitv and
I siuninennff ambition awoke to lifo tluit
slumbering ambition awoke to lifo that
Kho forgot her lover nnd hi hnnnv nl-m.
I i . . . . . '. I ly 1
iiing, mat sue consented to bo taken un
der her discoverer's natrona-ro,
"I must," sho urged, in reply to all
young Earlston s arguments. "Don't
you understand, trod? Vaterehen is nn
old man, he needs rest and comforts,
He cannot live with me much longer:
What else can I do to care for lam, to
keen myself when he is trone?" and slm
JooKed up into the frowning voting face
above her, her blue eves 'filled with
Rely on me, Marguerite. Trust to
nio, tho man answered, firmlv. 'Do
you think that I would ever let vou snf
ltr, dearr Lome to nio now. vou and
lhejrirl moved awav from him. ber
xace aimost Fuiicn at this nvirthrfiwino'
ot lier own good reason, with which she
sought to blind her own conscience and
tile eves of others, for wishing to leave
jut om monotonous hie. She w v,
slowly over to the window and lookwl
out to where the lovely old elms were
Wing despoiled of their freh Sprin"
foliage by an innumerable host of sinalf?
black worms with which "all green
things" were that year inf.-sted; glanced
from them in their writhing wearying
hideousness, up to where a swarm of
gayly colored moths, ricwlv released
from the groveling life and brief prison,
were Hitting and fluttering in tho sun
shine, then turned back to the humble
room with its one waiting occupant
Fritz," she said, going to him and
laving a hand on each of his shoulders,
"I will tell you the truth. I am tired,
desperately tired, of this stupid life. X
will die if I remain in this awful stagna
tion longer," passionately. "I have
been crawling and held in cheek Ion
enough." with a backward glance oul
at the marauders. "Now, I, too want
to try my wings, to flutter about in the
sunshine for a time It is cruel, cruel
to keep mo here!"
"Liebchen," he answered, calling her
by her old pet nam, though a kind of
despair shone from his eyes "Liebchen,
I Cannot keep you against vour will; i
catinot even a.sk you to stay now," and
ho took the slender hands from his
shoulders and held them dose in his
own strong palms for a moment, "and
so good-by to you and happiness."
"Ullt I Will COme "back." Kim nrrr,..l
hurriedly frightened now at her own
Work. "I will come back to voir num..
"Yes." he answered with a l,;ii..r
smile, "as the moth returns to its own
And then he left her. f.-elinf that f h
light had gono from his life, while she
aftr one day of fierce anguish, had
again been soothed and stirJlilated bv
her new friends to forgetfulness of all
ele but the thought of her new career.
All during the Soriiir and Summer
she practiced more earnestly, more a.s
siduously than ever before;" strong res
olution lending her physical strength, a
louudless ambition guiding her lingers
ih rough the intricacies of scalo and ar-
In the early Fall came the eventful
night. The spacious opera boiiso with
if TOWS upon rows of unturned fUces
thn faces of those upon who-e smile or
irown hung the success or failure of her
artist-life; the idle. lack-Iu-tre facos of
amusement seekers, and. above ami l.
yond them, tho dear, familiar faces of
:jcr girlhood da vs.
As she Stood lookintrdown nnnn rlirm
nil, for one moment she hesitated, a
dull, aching fear paralyzing every nervo
and muscle; then the onenin" notes of
the accompaniment fell noon lier m.r
and, clasping the precious old Cremona
in her fair arms, she stood awaiting thn
signal for her playing to l,erin, lost to
mi save tho love of her art.
And how she pLved!
Surpassing her natron's wildest hone!
Carrying her whole audience as ono
soul spellbound into the regions of di
viiiftst sound. Al! her fathers old skill
leightened and refined by her own wo
manly intuition and talented grace.
One, and only ono of all the vast n-
fenibly felt his heart sink, as be saw the
nattering attention and heard the thund
ers of applause that broke forth again
and again as soon as the last note "had
died away, and the girl turned to leave
thestage. Stand'niir far back in the
hadowofa huge cbhinin, vouii"- Earl
ston watched tho slender (, il'm im it
asset! oil' between the winirs: watched
the. flush of tdcased excili.ment flu.
parklc and (lash of the blue eves us kIh.
returned in obedience to the rrit huwinO ir
recall; watched the triumphant mien of
theiold Vntereben ai ho m...i,..,l fr, ti,n
urtains of the mannirer'H liov. nml Lm.u
tluit his last hope of saviior her from this
life was dead.
A fixed purpose now shono from his
eep gray eves. Woikin.r 1,1- le.,
through interininable corridors, tiirotwh
masses of niachiiii TV JLflil 11 Vttit imu fJ
ftiglitly scenery, he nt length found hini-w-l(
at Jier dnssinir-room door, nml
leiird her well-known voice biddiifr him
Marguerite soran? to her font. . Ei.n
jaw him, her eyes still feverishly bright,
lier mout h mill smiling, the violin tiU
claimed in ono arm, while tho other lield
iiuiru mass oi love est n
ect inearjiatlon of triumph. .
Karlston surumr townnls lu.r u itt. -
ery oi (1.;!, but Wllh ft liu(, j , ,
thruat fortli Uu violin, and Bu kid him
i i nil a
CAIKO RULLBTIK: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, m.
You will snoil my flowers," sho said,
with a playful pout. "See arn't thev
lovolyp ; J
es,"hn nnswered, starting back.
"I would spoil your flowers, and so I
have come to say a real farewell."
"WhyP You aro not going awayP"
sho nsked, a troubled expression coniin"
into lier face.
"doing West," ho answered abruptly.
"Perha,; I, too, may some day break
forth from my chrysalis; at all events,
I will find something more to do some
thing beyond this everyday plodding.
Good by'' and, without waiting for an
answer, ho was gono.
In tho corridors ho fonnd old Vater
ehen, his face "one vast substantial
smile," his broken English pouring
forth in wild attempts at oratorv. hak
ing hands with every ono on the very
topmost pinnacle of happiness.
"What! you go," exclaimed the old
gentleman, seizing Earlston's unwilling
arm. "Nein, nein, that makes not." as
the young man attempted to offer an ex
cuse. "Wo must haf a little of good
times, a a sholly celebration, miV.'.'
!;'" lint Fred slipped away at last, and
rushing forth into the night, soon lost
sight of the brilliant lights, heard no
longer tho clatter and laughter; saw only
tho awful blank in his future; hearll
only the voices that called to him from
the awakening powers of the West.
All that Winter the fame of this Mar
guerite, this Oerman Daisy, was sound
ed all over the length and breadth of
her adopted country. All that Winter
the young girl lived the. restless, une.isv,
dissatisfying life of a public erfonner":i
popular favorite. All that winter Vat
erehen felt himself growingdailv weaker
and weaker, the strong current of ex
citement preying upon his old, worn
frame until with tho coming uf Juae
roses he grew tired unto death, and lay
down for a long rest.
Then Marguerite realized the loneli
ness of her position, the isolation of her
new sphere, as never before. Cut off
from all old association?, placed in an
unreal atmosphere, surrounded bv jeal
ousy, rivalry and flattery, she longed
"The tiMKh of it TftnlhH bund.
. For the sound of a voice tht wan MM!"
During the Summer she wandered
about from one secluded watering-place
to another, finding everywhere those
who were eager to claim "an acquaint
ance with the successful viuliniste, but
none who cared to befriend the lone!?
.The opening of the season found her
again in the fitful maelstrom of profes
sional life the novelty 'worn awar, all
ambition, save to requite tho ones who
,had drawn her out of obscurity, to pay
the debts that necessity had 'incurred,
dead or dying in her.
Then came the sorrowful ending!
One December night, after an un
usually brilliant ovation, as she stepped
out into the icy street, holding her vio
lin in he arms as she always would,
trusting no one else with its care, in the
short space intervyninsr between ball
and waiting carriage, her foot slipped
aud she fell heavily to the hard pave
ment. Even in the act of falling how
ever, the old instinct enabled her to
hold her beloved instrument out of
barm's way, but the act eo-t her dear:
for her right arm received the full force
of the shock and was mangUl and
crushed into an almost shaneles. mass.
Who can tell of the dreadful ttru ""do
that followed the lierco rebehion
against the skilled surgeon's hard de
cree? "Oh! I cannot. I must not lose it,
doctor," the poor child screamed in Iter
terrible agony. "You will not be so
cruel. There must be soma way to save
it There, rmi.sl be."
"My dear," answered the kind old
man, touched by her hopefulness when
all was hopeless. "1 wi.-h I only wish
for your sake that there were."
"Then let mo die," she urged, pas
sionately, burying her face in the pil
lows. Rut death when so entreated seldom
conies, and so a few weeks later, Mar
guerite sat in an easy rcclining-chair,
looking out on to the' passers-bv, her
fair face pale anil worn, her empty
sleeve concealed under soft draperies,
by her loving maid, her bonny bluo eyes
filled with despair.
Suddenly the door opened. There
was a rush of fresh invigorating air, a
thrill as if some presence had entered.
The girl turned her head slowly, lan
guidly, uninterestedly, and saw her
lover, unchanged save for the more reso
lute, manly bearing.
"Fritz!" she called half doubtimly,
and then sprang towards him. "
"My darling,'' ho answered, as ho
clasped her close.
"Rut how did you know?" she asked,
a moment ln!er-"how did vou know
where to come to me?"
"The goings and coinings, the Imps
and mishaps, of noted persons, like
yourself, are all choice items for tho
press," he answered. "Awav from all
news and habitations where I have been,
those ubiquitous sheets do not find their
way frequently, but when I saw I
Marguerite looked up into his bravo
face for an instant, then softly moved
away from him and said, with her old
despair creeping slowly into face aud
"I sent you away when I was stron"
and well. You eomo back to find mo
maimed and helpless. 1 cannot accept
the noble saerilice it shames mo so. I
am unworthy of vou!"
"You are still Liebchen, my darlin"!"
lie answered, drawing her buck intold.s
strong, loving arms. iV( Leslie' g LU
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It Kperfeoly lmrnileM.
r ri"ore turoat It U a
Slop fever prevented by
In cns of death In tho
hoiiM-. It nhoiild al
ways lie. lined about
tru corpue It will
Krinuvr all unpleasant
pit'Teu' aay uuplem
ant Hinell. An nutk
dnle lor ant ' ill or veg
t'lalile poison, ttin'ii,
l)ariiferou pfltnvtaa of
rlc k rM.ui and h-f pi t
a renued by lt nn,
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fart it It the uwal
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Mnnfctr.r:nL' Chemn-tK, SULK I'llOPHI KTtlHS.
Tuherculitr Dine Hoc or linrt:ml
. , ili-oiiohit i
lnberciirconuaiptiou or the lunijf. In that
term of ihe ditea-e mu t common, most fatiil. and
nutil ri-centy cmmldered ii.cnrnhle. Tubercle
rrom which the i ame inierlvei, In a morbid pro
iut. d pot-fed fumi dUeaM'd b!id In vanonn
f-artu of the b.id) ; and In prm.oniou a thai fluid
la impure, and length of lime It remain no, will
tubercular diitthom coLtlniie.
t , -f?u , VKK- - March Jfdh. 1S79.
Jamea I Fellow. Kurj
Oear Sir: About three reara aao I wuk aitack -d
-nn . runeiiioaana tutiercu ar Uinfke of the left
luntf. and autrered lor two yearn o aevi rely tb.it
a utinble lo attend to bu!nu About a .-nr nco
I waaadvlHedtoiryFellown yrp of Hv'popb.m
pliio-a, and before I ha- flnliibed one bottle my an
p tile and Hlrenifh wen- i;r-tly Improved; my
C' Uih became h-r troubieotne, mv sleep n
jound and rtfrobliijr. wbi- h hart not lieen the caee
for over a year. 1 hud auffered from rvrviiuuiM !
ann aimcull tin-alhlne all the time 1 waa aick; but
'"r '.vrjp ba cured It nil I adviae all perform
afflicted a I w to ne Kellows' Syrup of Uy:,o
iScn-d) JAMES H STEW'AKT.
An rndk-aa chain of good efl'M-t ii formed by
....wnr v win .iuiiu ej in i in uyiiopnoapinien. ami
we are aufe in aavini;, from a lonjr exp.'r.i-iice In
medicine, ila viriuet are not uiniiieaacd by any oth
er coinbiiiati n.
Kor gale b a'.l Drunjlale
Pain Ciumot Slav Whole
Khneri.atiMii is cured by
A lame buck of tiht yeara siandln wia ii ,al;lvf-
ly cured by An cents wor Ii of
Common aore throat la cured with one doae of
Concha aiid colda arernred by
All throat and lliuitdlaeinesara cured by
THOMAS' ECLKCTI1IC OIL.
Aillima Is cured by
Burns and frostbites aro relie ved at once by
THOMAS' JJCLKCTuic OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
SoM by Medicine Healers everywhere.
Price 50c. and $1
F08TF.lt, JIlLHUnN' & CO., Prop'rs.
Buffalo. N. Y.
fit liualneaa now heforu the public
I I ti on can inline money miner at
work for us iihk l unvthltiK
era, Capital not needed. Wu
will start vou, a lUvunil
' Hpwiirds niadi" at bniiip by the
Ir.duslrloua men. women, boya and qirl wanted ev
erywhero to woik for us, Now Is the t'lno. Yon
enn work tu -.pure timiionlyoriflvuyoiirwholitlme
io i iio niisineaa. j ou ami live at Home and do the
work. No otlut business wlU pay you nearly na
WUil, IS O OHO ell ll fill I to IllllUe I'llnrlnlill. nnu .u
enxiiKliiK at once, Cnatlyoutllt and terms free.
Money niitdu fuat, eaally and honnranly. Aadrosi
True i Co.. AiiuuaU, Maine, Ui-SO.
(J RAY'S SPKC1FJC MKDICIXE.
TRADE MSi'S Thn tlruat Rni-
v nan remedy, An
Cv STtt "'iiilnal wenknexa
ff'.,.. Utlfiillilur eitvu r...
potencv r.,id all
ill...... ii.... r..i
AI ?.! -... "'"""I'd
t'ft V A' , sjuii-niniapj n"
ttf Ti:.. " 5.,.nu,!V'7' - 5-5
"u'viu j.iNniui: uuiT.irnni insaitliuc j A m L
. , rain In tbo back,41""' iWUnft
a mnesa of vision, prematura, old ago, d many
rf.'.T!,"" ' n1r,.lt"1'"" I'' paniphlot, which we
dalHe ui aeiid (rev bv mall to evurvone. I tiTba
bpeclllc Medlclnn la aold bv all druit(lata at 1 1 per
Parance. or six p.tckiijea for 5, or will he amit frua
bv mall on rucelpl ol the money, bv addresHlinr.
T1U OKAY MKDICINK CO.,
Butd Id Cairo bt Paul . 6outh"Ur'LO, 1 '
120 Broad w ay, i'ew York,
of any Life Insurance Company
It alone pue
J 1 1 c on to 1 1 1 1 .Poli oi
Ul I '....... I . .1 .i. - - - Will,
. , i ." , Ti". ..... ,c: """iranre "uliall
I .' ' i" llireii t.urtf
and th it .,.rh i. ' '."
I llir... . u
I a id Ii n m ed ia t e 1 v,
on receipt of iitlnfii( t.ry proofi uf (, Sh,
in policy U clear and concUe, and eobtalui
X0 APtI)l'()U8( 0XI)ITI0XS.
N. B. UFA?) Vfii n run ti'ii ....
he 0tla ., lltwnirtr Sl(lr(r;( ,,, , - v h
tecbnlcalltiea Lined by other fompamU !
Its CASH JIETUIIXS
to policy lmlc'cra are
.. K Ts,'.i U!H y I'"1 r r"m loii v .' oi". , .
witir lo.vriM l-iviM,i Kikii 1'oi.iciaa.
IPUUM f it8
Assets Sccuri'lv In vMcil
Surplus Securely Inve twl, nearly
Office, corner Mth and Waabiniftoii
. vimLer al, m.'ldw
JiniALAip fin :k.i v.
A SUBSTITITK FOIi LlYK IXSUB-
A NOT, (I'Ml'AMKS.
WIDOWV & ():IUNS
Mutual Ajd Society
ok OA. no.
Orcanll Julv Htli, i T.'nder tin- l.M o
Hie tiif ofllliuois. toitriijl.ted Jnlv
l, lo"7, Inder Act oft i,ii-na.
p.o. Knirn ,
C'.T. It! I)l ,
J. A. ti'M.Ii.sTINE..
J J. ooi:)on....
JOHN C. WHITE
... Medical Adviser
..Aaialnnt creli ry
J-.AKC'TJ'i l VKCO.M MJT'J I- I,
I.. S. TIK.-.M ,
w r. mi i jit:,
2JOAIIIJ OF MAXAOKHH:
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kian- I A ' i'i i' J- J. ""rdo va!
er, wn. ru aK,..,,t; Henry 11. Kill., city printer i, d
hook bind.riChe.leyliayne., Coupe j Ju, (;
hi e. a.a ihtnnt a.creinry und aollcltoi: Albri
I.ela. dealer In four aud irrnin; F. llrnaa. nreM
" . .miiii, tiaimit. , . Hendricks
contractor and builder: Cvrna n... ...!
aeiit;ThonmLewli., aecrelry and utlomev at
, u.,.,.,.r. iiriiiim mnuuiHclUrer: W,
aetil C Ht. I A N. O rullnoad :.l..-ea nil il-pn'olr-peuier;
II . A. Cliumblev, eontracto, ( nlro IIU
ItHV. J. riprncer. clerL'vmmi.St Leiils. U., .'.i n
iiiiprii, iiiuifitridr nnu iiniiier: ( T
letln.iie. c rcult clerk, Mu-alasipp. county; Vha'rlei
L ,'. rr , mviT. i.oiumercc, MO.'
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Urry, pl.valclan. Fulton, Kv.; Wm. Ilvin. farmer!
.Murrv, M'. ; A. btelabach, uianuiBCturer of a ad
dlerv. Evnnavl In, Ind ; Ike AndeCaon, rretarv
to superintendent (J. St. I,. Jr. N O. railroad. Jack,
con. lenu.; J. H, Jlobertson, phvcicUu, White
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I o Ivar.Tenn : Wm. I,. Walker, "lilxio Advur
ttalimAen3.',IIollvHurn.'a..Misa THE NLWAPMt !
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