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THE ENGAGED GIRL.
Soma Rigid Rules Laid Down by Orn Wbo
; Claims to Havo Had Sad Experience,
I certainly must, and do unhusitttt
inly, cioiroltorate the n.sortioiis alrciuly
liiatfo us to the impropriety of nny
vounir woman vLsitinir )I:km;s of nmnst;-
mcnt, of uny class whatever, witltyomi
men other than the ono to whom hIio is
entrajreil, says a Philadelphia woman.
Hy her accept nnuo of jnvilations to visit
.such places with the persons above des
ignated, nlie disregards the most sacred
of promises, for when she promised to
marry a young man it is presumed to be
understood that she also promised to
fulfill that promise in cVery particular.
Were she satisfied with him to whom
she gave, or seemed to give, her hand,
it is liardly necessary to say that she
would not for a moment entertain a de
sire to accompany uny other man than
the one whom she truly loves, at any
time or to any place of amusement
It is one of the greatest desires of a
young woman and it is, it may be said,
characteristic of her to get as many
beaux as possible, and if one of them
asks her to marry him she very often
accepts him, because she knows she is
getting old and fears none of the others
will ask her. Having accepted him
under those circumstances, things go on
very pleasantly for awhile, or uutu she
sees some one she likes, or thinks she
likes, better. It is her wish to get all she
can out of the newcomer and, if possi
ble, secure him for her "steady: but
she must get rid of him to whom she is
engaged. She will not tell him that she
wishes his visits discontinued, for feat
she would lose an occasional invitation
to the theatre or perhaps a good meal
now and then. Or it may be the new
caller is only amusing himself how is
she to know, poor, inuoeent creature?
and she may need to fall back on hex
fiance as the means of entitling her to
the much-coveted tombstone inscription,
"Mrs." Having thug considered mat
ters, she concludes that tho best plan to
pursue would be to keep him at a dis
tance, though not so far as to actually
tell him that she is done with him, but
so far as will prevent bin. from inter
fering with the other young man's visits.
.If the theatre-young man continues to
;alU no more is thought of the poor,
neglected fellow, who was, as it gener
ally turns out the most honorable. Hut
when tlio too-elegant-for-any thing young
man begins gradually to discontinue his
visits tho flirt will become- concerned.
Then what would she give to have he.
neglected and outraged lover back ?
When a young laity visits a place ol
amusement fpr the first time, under the
circumstance1) above described, if the
young man to whom she is engaged
loves her, he may, on certain considera
tions, continue his visits, but when she
repeats the insult for such it is it is
his duty to break off the engagement.
He Pestered Her So.
. .She.,, was a good-looking young
' married woman only 19 years old. SIih
i went before a Police (fudge and made
oatli that Charles Eugel bothered "her
life out of her. She was a meek, honest,
innocent wife, asking nothing but to
live on with her husband in peace, but
this Charles Engcl "annoyed her wilh
his attentions constantly."' He came to
iter house, so he did -came frequently,
! iind persecuted her so that she had no
MUicu. She had told him to stop it
over and again, but )io wouldn't mind u
word she said.
What could a helpless woman do un
dur the' circumstances? ' It does not
seem to have occurred to her to tell lu:i
husband on him and so had the pestifer
ous Charles, threshed out of his boots.
Many a woman -at least some women-
i would have done that' Hut this Insulted
woman remembered that every citizen
of this great country has a right to pro
tection under the law without ilwtin,..
tion of sex. She appealed to the law as
the calmer, wiser way. N
All I nek, JiiiIm-o, plie mild. Is that thin mini he
rntnpcllrcl to let mo nlnne. My husband found
lis lulkliiu- toftiithor alxiiit two weeks Hjrn, uml
ho ordered him to koop awav. Then Einrel
wished uie to elope wilh him. I witut uothliiu
further to do with blm.
The Judge put on Ids sternest frown. .
"Charles," said lie, "you are accused
of annoying this lady with jour atten
tions, and of seeking to entice her awity
from her husband. This is a grave
charge. What have you to say?"
"Your Honor," said Kngel, "she was
to blame too. She led mo on. Will
your Honor look at these two letters she
, wrote me?"
Tho Justice took tho letters and hent
his severe eye upon one, which read as
iMir Clmrlea-You know how fondly and
truly I love you. Never mind, Chorion. I for
(rlvuyou for thn wrong you linvo done me. I
lovo you more than my husband. ( Imrlex, I
UMk you to Ik) aa true to mo aa I will remain to
you. .... ,
If you love me as I love you,
No knife can out our luvu In two,
j Tho becond letter said: -
lirmr Chariot 1 love you. Won't you lot me
love you Kver alne I found out that we lov
oueh other truly, 1 have prayed that
If you loved me m I lovo you,
, -i No love oan ncparate ua two,
. The Justice now fixed his sovcro ey
on tho persecuted wife: i ,
"Madam," said ho, in an awful volco,
"did you writo thorn) lettcrsP"
She blushed rosy red. "I I I did,
your Honor," said she, "but they are
nothing to the ones he sent mo."
i The Judge lot Charles go' on tho
promise that he would persecute thU
Idv no more. Cincinnati Lttttr.
THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN:
The Novel of To-Day.
I confess that I am harassed with the
incomplete romances, that leave me,
when the book is closed, as ono might
be on a waste plain, at nildnlghf,"aban
doncd by his conductor, and without a
lantern. I am tired of accompanying
people for hours through disaster and
perplexity and misunderstanding only
to seo them lost in a thick mist at lait.
I am weary of goinr to funerals which
are not my funerals, liowever uatty and
amusing the undertaker may be. I con
fess that I would like to ane again tho
lovely heroine, tho sweet woman, capa
ble of a great passion and a great sacri
fice; andl do not object if the novelist
tries her to tho vergo of endurance, in
agonies of mind ana In perils, subjecting
her to wasting sickness even, if he only
brings tier out at the end in a blissful
compensation of her troubles, and en
dued with a new and sweeter charm.
No doubt it is better for us all. and bet
ter art, that in the novel of society tho
destiny should bo decided by character.
What an artistic and righteous consum
mation it is when wo meet the shrewd
and wicked old Haroncss Hern-iteiii at
Continental gaming tables, and feel that
(here was no other logical end for the
worldly and fascinating Boatrix of
Henry Ksmond! It Is ono of the great
privileges of fiction to right the wrongi
of life, to do justice to the deserving and
the vicious. It is wholosomo for us to
contemplate this justice, oven if wo do
not often see it in society. It is trao
that hypocrisy and vulgar self-seeking
often succeed inlife.occupy high places,
and make their exit In the pageantry of
honored obsequies. Yet always the man
is conscious of tho hollownoss of his
triumph, and the world takes a protty
accurate measure of it. It'is the privi
lege of the novelist, without introducing
into such a career what Is called disas
ter, to satisfy our innate love of justice
by letting tw see tho true nature of such
prosperity. Tho unscrupulous man
amassed wealth, lives in luxury and
splendor, and dies in tho odor of re
spectability. His poor and honest neigh
bor, whom he has wronged and defraud
ed, lives in misery and dies in disap-'
pointment and penury. The novelist
cannot reverse the facts without such a
shock to our experience a shall destroy
for us the artistic value of his fiction.
and bring upon his work the deserved
reproach of indiscriminately "rewarding
the good and punishing the bad." But
we have a right to ask that ho shall re
veal the heart and character of this
passing show of life; for not to do this,
to content himself merely with exterior
appearances, is for the majority of his
readers to efface the lines between vir-.
tue and vice. And we ask this not for
tho sake of the moral lesson, but because
not to do it is, to our deep consciousness,
inartistic and untrue to our judgment
of life as it goes on. Charles Dudley
Warner in Airil Atlantic
In a Furnishing Store.
Note: An educated and intelligent
public will readily infer the storekeeper's
Customer "I want a pair of sus
C. "No, I do not want a shirt to-day.
I have some shirts at home."
C. "True, I suppose they are very
heap. Hut as I said, I have enough
hirts for the present at home."
C "Well, if shirts do get so much
ighcr as you think they will, I must
'fco my chances with tiui rest."
"Yes, I suppose they are very well
lade and carefully stitched."
1). ? 3
C "No, I don't want anv gloves."
C "No; no socks at present."
C "Well, those socks would bo too
expensive for me, even with the reduc
tion you make. No; all I want to-day
is the suspenders. If you will bo so
kind as to give my change?"
C "No I do not care to buy any
C. "No, I do not want a scarf pin
C "No, I do not want to buy any
C "Oh, I havo two yachting shirts
C.-"Well. I think I'll make last
year's style last nie through the coming
0. "No, I do not need any collar
buttons. I buy mine by the quart at
C "No, no shirt studs to-day, thank
" I). ?
C "No, thank you; no sleeve but
C "Yes. it is a very lino day, In
deed. Or at least it was when I came
in here. How long have I been here,
C "What! you keep watches, too?
No, 1 don't care to buy a watch."
C "Yes, I'll call Uguia when I'm
out of suspenders."
C.Oh, I never wore nioro than ono
ptur of suspenders ut a time."
C.---"Well .let'em rise! I'm uot a
underbill whocau buy suspenders by
the trunkful." 1 '
C "Well, if tlie Hinponder factories
do Ntop aiid thevgoupm you say, I'll
fall buck on tight waist hands."
TuuuBDAYEvKiimo, Mai 24, 1883.
The weather has settled down again Into
omeuiing more seasonable probably be
cause tno cold and frost had done about al
the damage it could,
The market Is extremely quiet with
prospect of remaining 10 for lorn time to!
come. Stocks of grain are not Urge but
ere ample for tho demand.
The rivers rleiog slowly ' with gou
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY sS, 1883.
depth In the channel to ill points. .
; FLOUR With the 'boom" in wheat a
reaction has taken place In this staple and
prices are firm and advancing.
. HAY We note some demand for strict
ly choice unchanged prices. Common is
not wanted. . .-. t j,
CORN The movement is very light,
owing to the scarcity of choice wlnto mill
ing corns. Mixed finds small sale to till
orders, '. .' i
OATS The aupply la ' light and demand
small. Prices rule steady.
MEAL Steady and firm at quotations.
1 BRAN Nothing doing except in filling
BUTTER The market is flat, overstocked
and dull. Shippers should hold back
for a few days until the over-accumulation
has been worked off.
EGOS Good demand, but being more
plenty, prices are not quite so firm.
POULTRY Chickens are stocking up
and prices are lower.
FRUIT Berries are scarce as shippers
find better prices in other markets.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. To prteea bar Riven are tor ealee from
flrtt hand In round lot. An advauce Ir
chanted for broken Intern OUlncordem.
S'K) varloua e-redea
. s oxis a,
SIX) bbla varlona grade..
xuu nni iaDcy....,.,.,
200 bbla patent
) hbr choice...:...;....:
Scar prime Timothy .........
car choice email bale
1 car eood mixed
8 car gilt ed(e (mail bale
tear whit In hulk..
8 car mixed to bulk
6 car in bulk
Sear In bnlk
No. Red, per bo....
m hhla Cttv ta lot 75
400 bbla City 2 TO
SOO tack. ,
poonde Northern 30
ton pounds Northern Dairy email pkge . .. v
800 pound Southern Illlnol. ......... 15
800 pound country - IS
H) d IrD,.,.,
8 eoor mixed . 8 0031 75
Scoop hen 4 Uftf.4 60
Common . 1 Oft&l SO
I'bfJnlab May 4 Ma5 0
Winaipa 8 Wfrt V
Fancy Wineaap 3 75
Choice Genatla 3 0
Slack packed fro It .50c to 11.001 eei
1 snas 00
.... 00A2 5
Choice yellow......... a
Northern Peach Blow per bnih...........0)ft5
Southern Ilia. Peach Blow per bosh WilM
AO Mil 1 ew potatoes perbbl,. 8 75
Prbanel. ......! 1 0C
. i. , BACON.
. 1 11 .. 1
... ; , ! SALT MEATS.
nrr...'.'.. - no"
Side ! nout
Ohio River 1
, . SACKS.
1'4 huahel hnrlap ,J
buibel ' '
Peachei, heWaaeud quarter. !'?5
Choice, Factory "
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f, , , m UO
1 ft..... IW
Dry Salt...., .,,......
Oreen Salt. ...MM ,......,,,,.,.... . ,.
Sheep Helta, dry . . . i.......... .mm
Hheap Pelta, green......
Damaged Uluai .............' .
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riotnntou Lugs a","......!
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4 50O 8 08
4 7Vi fi 00
jam Leaf. ,
t 5044 '0
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of to-day or yeaterday. It i an iuereaae that haa been
are the roaaona for Uiia irroat and gTOwlno; demand I
Dr. Hehenrk'a .llondrake I'lllaoontaln no mer
cury, and yet Uiey act with arouderf ul efloct upon
the hvnr. They c Inane the tmaA ana dowbh or
ail Irrltatlnir matter, which. If allowed to remain,
poiauuatlie Uood. and briiiira on Malaria, Chin and
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be taken tut) mm llkuthe creM-ut, when niaUrtaland
other ei'lilnniin are r oritur, aa Uiey preare the are.
tetn to reaiat attack of dimaM of rrerjr cnaracter.
Dr. airhenrh'a .tlnmlrnke Pllla are aold by aU
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on roceipt of price.
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rr ( ompluint aud Dyapepaln, in Kntliab or
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Ta.ru Liayi Caiao:
' :OOaxn. Mail,
Arriving in 1 .Lonll:46.m.j C'hicano,:So u.m.;
. connect ai uuin ana e.runiinm ror Clncln
Bttl. L .lavllle, IndlaaauijlM and Dulnt Eaat. 1
111 1 a.tx. Bt. IouiM and Wntern
arrivloKin Ht. LonUTMp. m., and connectlnc
( lor aa pomi et.
.... :4:50 p.m. 'a)t Kxprna.
F rr St. Loatf and Chicago, atriving at Bt. Loul
iu:up.m., ano tnicauo 1 :ai a.m.
; . 4:00 p.m. rinuinnatt lEiprnsai. j
imvine al cinctLnau 7:00 a.m.; Lounvlll 8:55
.m. IndlDiMll 4:05 a.m. Paaaenxer by
, thu train reach th kbov point 1U to 30
- uuuna id advance 01 auy other route.
EirThe8:b0 p. m. expre ha PULLMAN
-Lls.K PINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, au. through lee per to bt. Loul and
r : t , ,: : " ' '
' Fast Time East.
Puocnnrrnva hy tbliline ro through to Rait
a uoov.uf,vio em point without any delay
eauied by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
oooa uala frov Cairo arrivea in new York Monday
nurmugai ju:ao. xainy-eix hourtm aavauceo
V other rnnta.
ISTFor through ticket and further lnfonnaUon 'A
apply at lUiaol Central Kali road Depot, Cairo.
J. H.JONES, Ticket Agent,
i. H. QAHBOS. Geo. Paai, Agent. Chicago
AMD DEPARTURE OF
I. C. R. R. (through lock mall). a. m.
.. lino am
l m mi
, " (way mall).
froe Mountain K. U
Wabaah ft. H..
Texaa St. Looi R. R....
..4 ao p.m.
..10 p. m.
..7 p. m.
ht. Loul A C'.lro It K
.5 p. m
Ohio Kler.... u. m.
4 p. m
Mia hlv.r arrivea Wed , bat. A Men.
depart Wed., iri. Y bun
P O. gen. del. op n from.. 7:30am to 7:40 pi
r.o. box cel. 01 ep troia a. m. lovp. n
Haadey get. tie., open Irom... ,8a. w. to lua.n
Bond box del. open from. ...4 a. m. to 10:30 ai
y-NOTI Change will be pabliebed fro
time to tint loclty pupera. Change your card t
cordlngly, WM. Jf. MURPHY. P. M.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Popli
treet; preaching Bret and third bonday I
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:.J p.m.: prayer mee
lngThor'day,7:p. m.; Sonday erhonl, t:.10 a.n
Ry. A. J. UK38 Paator.
CnUHCU OF THE RBDBEMKR (Evtaeop
Fourteenth etreet; Sunday 7:00a m.. Ho'
Communion 10;.Oa. m.. Morning Prayer. II a. n
Sunday icbooisp. m., evening rrtyer 7 :.u p.i
F. P. l)veoport, S. T. B. Bectoi.
I'IRbT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
V Pleaching at 10 40 a. a. 8 p. m., and 7:80 p. r
-al.balh echool at 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore
tMr . : V v. .
I UTIIKRAW Thirteenth treeti ervlie ba
a bath 1 :30 a. m.; Sonday achooltp. m. Re
ME'I HODIST Cor. Blghtt ad Waluot trceti
Preaching Sabbath 11:00. m. and 7:10 p. 1
endy bebool t 4xMt p. m. Rev. i. A. Scar"
P"or. . , , ,Y . , , .
)REHUtTER1AN-EUrhn itret; preacnlug
1 Sabbath at 110 a. m. and T:)p. m.; pray
neeUug Wednesday (t 7:Jp. m.; bnnday Sche
,t 8 p. m. Hey U. J. Oeorge, paator.
ST. JOKKPH 8 (Roman CUiolle) Corner Cro
and Walnut etreet ; tervlce Sabbath 10:80
n.; Sunday bebool at p. m. ; Veaper 8 p. m. i tt
nee every dy at a. m. uev. u inn, men.
rT. PATRICK'S (Romin Catholic) Corner Nln
9 (treet and Washington avenue; terrtce 8a
)ath 8 and 10 a. m.; Veaper 8 p. m. I Sunday Scho
.p.m. iervtce every da at 8 a. m. nev. juaxioi.e
Mayor Thnma. W. Halliriay.
Treaeurer CuarK K. Nellie.
Clerk-Dennis. J, Foley.
Coun.elor Win. B. OUbert. i .
Attorney William Uendrick.
Boaao or ALDBitaiM
Firt Ward-Wm.McHale, narry Walkr.
Second Ward- Jeeae llmkle, C. N. Hughe.
Third Wtrd-B. F. Blake, Eg; ert Smith.
Fourth Wrd Charlei O. Patter, Adolph 8w
Fifth Ward-Cb. Lancailer, Beury S'out.
. County Officers.
Circuit Judge D.J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H . Irvln.
County Judge J. U. Hohlnwn.
County Clerk B.J. Ilumm.
County Treaaurer Mile W. Parker,
rlhefllr John Hodgua. ,
Coroner K. Kiugerald.
I'ni.nKi'nmnil.i onera T. W. Ualllday, J. I
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