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i:iU t Si. Louis, Sl or New Yore City,
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Tho Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 7U OUIO LKVKK.
OFFICIAL PAPKK Of ALBXANUEU OUUMTY.
BNTKKKI) AT TUB CAI1KI rOBTOFKIOB FOK
THAN8MIBHI0N THKOL'OH TUK MAILS AT
SKCOND CLASS HATES.
A SWEET CONSOLER.
Our story will not point a moral, nor
aiioni nny particular lifi'-Insson, Imt it
will prt'Hfiit ono of t host luiart-picturt's
oiik of those little episodes of every
day life pleasant to hear and see, and
pleasant to remember. In fael, what
beautiful creations of tho artist,han;in;
upon tho walls of our homes, aro those
bright, sunny spots upon tho pajro of
lite resulting from deeds and incidents
that give joy and gladness to the heart.
And one of them 1 will give you.
George Harrows had been born and
reared in tho town of Ayrvillo, away
among Iho New England hills, as his
father had beeu reared before him. Ho
had attended school uutil bo was fifteen
Years of age, at which lime his father
had died, leaving him with a mother
and an invalid sister, and with but littlo
of this world's goods to rely upon.
(ieorge was now a healthy, rugged,
hearty boy, with an education really
superior to the majority of boys of his
age, for lie had loved study, and he had
been moved by an ambition to lie a
scholar. Ho had Hattcred himself that
he would go through college before his
studies were given up. Hut, alas! tho
death of his father bad put away that
Mr. Harrows had died in August.
Karly in November (ieorge sat down
with his mother to look over the situa
tion. There was a mortgage upon tho
pretty cottage equal in amount to half
its value, and while the widow was at
her wit's end, her son submitted this
Not far away was a very comfortable
and convenient Jittlo cottage, which they
could have, with a clear title, by sur
rendering their legal claims upon their
present home. Or they could sell land
enough from their present lot to pay till'
the mortgage. George preferred the
exchange, because thus they would have,
as goodn garden as they now had, the
dill'ercnco in value resulting chielly
from location. Their present home was
near tho center of tho village, where
land was valuable, while tho other
cottage was in the suburbs half a mile
At length the widow consented so sell
the old home and remove to the sub
urban cottage. It pulled upon tho
heart-strings at first, but she became
used to it after a time, and the thought
of being free from debt made her con
tent, and almost happy.
(ieorge had left school, and was look
ing for business. Ilis father hail been
a house carpenter, and had left a val
uable assuiwiu-ut of tools, and tho boy
finally resolved to follow in the pater
nal footsteps. So he engaged himself to
a good carpenter, and went to work in
earnest. And be sure he worked with
a will, and his superior education was
a help to him.
His mastery of figures and his inti
mate knowledge of mathematical rules
enabled him to compter the mysteries
of framing and calculating the need of
material, while many an older hand at
tiio trade was plodding along over the
fore-plane and chisel and mallet.
At the ago of twenty-one George Hur
rows had served his time, and was
eagerly hired by his old master at good
journeyman's wage's. And he was able
to earn more than ibis. Heing a capable
architect, aud able to make plans fur
the guidance of others, ho was paid ex
tra for nil work of that kind.
On tho day that George was twenty
two bis employer, Mr. Towne, took him
into partnership; and now he was able
not only to give his mother new com
forts, but to employ belter medical as
sistance for his sister.
(ieorge had been a member of the
village choir fh several years, and had
now coiuo to bo its leader.
On a certain evening the choir met at
tho house of Deacon Larrabe for re
hearsal, and there our hero made a new
acquaintance--a young girl of nineteen,
named Lucy Spear. Mie was au or
phan, and Deacon Larrabe was her un
cle; and she had como to make a home
She was a sweet, mild-eyed, happy
faced girl, lovely in form ami feature,
aud lovely in her life. She sang like a
seraph, her voieo rich, pure, correct,
and full of pathos and harmony. Hit
eyes were of a cerulean blue, and her
hair like rippling gold, and the! color of
her skin like the rose and lily.
(ieorge lixed his gaze upon her, and
felt a throbbing at his heart such us he
unit never ten neiore. J Hiring llio even
big they iiad to sing a duet together,
tlivy were rehearsing for Christinas mu
sic, and this duet was in a beautiful
George Harrows had long been ac
counted tho best tenor hinder in that
section of the country, but never before
had his voice sounded to Hindi advan
tage as now. Tor a little time afier the
duet had been concluded a pin might,
have been heard to drop upon the o"or.
Then arose a murmur of applause, and
then a demand for a repetition.
The girl looked up into tin; fueo of
her companion singer, and he returned
tho look. Certainly there was some
thing more in the look than the mere
question of singing. Hut never mind.
They sang the passage over again, and
before the evening was over they sail" it
a third time.
A few evenings later the choir met
for another rehearsal, this time at tho
house of the old clergyman of the par
ish; and here the tenor and soprano not
onlv sang a duet together fmni an an
them, hut they wore persuaded to sing
also several other songs arranged foT
Gii that evening at a lalo hour,
George escorted Lucy Spear lo her
home, h was a short di.t:ince,but Ihey
walked very slowly, and made it long
enough for a great deal of conversatiom
And from that conversation it would
seem that each was endeavoring to
sound the depth and miaiv.o the qiialit v
of the mind of the other. And while
Lucy found her companion to be far su
perior to tho average man of his class -equal,
In fact to any man she had ever
met he found her to bo a girl of exeep.
tlonallv uure ami exalted feeling, of
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1883.
remarkable Intelligence, ami an educa
tion of the highest order.
That evening's walk was nn event to
bo remembered by both of thorn; and
It proved to bo a turning-point in their
On Christmas evening George Har
rows nskod Lucy if she could lovo him
well enough to hocomo his wife,
Said he, holding her hand and gazing
frankly, lovingly, and trustfully Into
"I cannot say when It shall be. My
dear mother is with mo, and must bo to
me a holy charge while she lives. And
I trust she may live many, many years.
I think you would lovo her. I know
she would lovo you. My sistor. nlas! I
fear I shall not keep much longer.
She is failing, and tho doctors cunnot
"Lucy! dear girl! I love you love
vou! oh, more than I can tell: and my
heart has been all your own since first
I knew you. I am doing well m my
business now. As soon as I can get
enough ahead to purchase my partner's
interest, and take in his share or inter
est in the planing-mill at the Falls, I
shall feel safe to marry. It may be
some time yet perhaps a year; but,
dear Lucy, if you will tell me that you
love me, even a little, and will love me
more bv-and-by "
"Is that the way vou began to love?''
tho girl asked, with an arch look, but
with tears in her eyes, nevertheless.
"Oh, no! When my heart had gono
out to you it was your own f r ever
more. ' '
And then, with a frankntss and
strength of lovo ho had not e;peeted,
tho generous, true-hearted girl reached
up aud drew down his face and kissed
him, and then rested her head upon his
bosom, whispering, in happy, joyous
"I have loved you Georgo from the
first, and I will bo your wife whenever
you are ready to take me."
Thus far they had spoken icry calm
ly and sensibly; Imt during the next
half-hour, their conversation was of in
terest to nobody but themselves; and,
in all probability, it would hive sound
ed sensible to nobody else.
Hy-and-by Lucy asked birr about the
planing-mill of which he had spoken.
He explained to her tint it was a
largo establishment, with )no of tho
best water-powers iu thecownty. There
was a saw-mill runuing fix saws, a
clapboard and shingle m'll. a largo
planing-mill, where all sals of work
was done, usually turned ill' by water
power machinery for canenters' use;
also a earding-mill.a grist nd tlouring
mii). "It would be a very ?iicn piece of
property to own, wouldn't it?" the girl
said with the air of one who appreciat
ed the value of the property.
On, ejaculated George witti an in
tense longing in his look, "there are
two or three independent fortunes in
tho w hole thing! That is moderate for
tunes. Hut the idaning-mili is a sepa
rate piece of property, aud my partner,
Mr. Towne. owns a third of it; and even
that is valuable. It is a great help to
"Well. I wish you could own it.
(ieorge; and I wish I could help vou to
purciiase it. Hut, dear love, wnen you
shall have obtained it. 1 will try to help
you take care of it; as I will help take
care ol vour home. ( ieorge, let us not
wait too lon. 1 can be braver than you
tii ink. Let us not throw away these
iapiiv vears of our voti'.h."
He pressed her to his bosom, and told
her he wviuld think tho matter over it
was all new to him he would confer
with his mother, he could not move
against l, r wishes, and bo would de
cide mtv soon.
Hut Lucy herself did tho coi.ferrin.:
with tho widow. She called upon her,
became a daily visitor, and Mrs, Har
rows fell in hive with her, as her son
had done. So the consent of tho moth
er was theirs at any moment.
At midnight, as tho old year was dy
ing, witii ilie last moments of tho last
day of bceciiiuor, tho boll of tho village
church awoke the air with its wild
alarum! And very shortly thereafter,
the lurid light that hung above tho set
tlement told of a conflagration.
On tin- morning of Now Year's Day,
(ieorge called to speak to Lucy Spear,
and his eyes were red with weeping,
Tho large simp belonging to Mr. Towne
ami hiin-elf, and containing all their
tools, had been burned flat to the
"Alas! and alas! Lucy, it is a sad
blow. Htu I can struggle up. I am
young, and strong, and well, and my
courage is good; but, ah. wo must wait
dear love, for our homo'"
"Have vou lost much, George, bv
"Kveryihing thai I owned in my bus
iiies, darling; but my mother's homo,
thank heaven, is clear, That I have
The girl gazed into her lover's faeo
for a little time in silence, and evident
ly a struggle was going on within. At
lengtn siie took lioti) his hands, ami a
wondrous light shone in her azure eyes
and upon her lovely faeo. It was like
the full elVulgeneo of the noonday sun
breaking through tho denartino: mists.
"(ieorge! ib r love! true heart! I will
keep you in ignorance no longer. 1
knew that, you could not live in idleness
so I have caused to he bought all tho
property tit the Kails of Ayx All tho
mills, the More, tlin S10)f)( an,i tho
twenty odd collages, are your own
made over to y ou legally, and tho deeds
all properly recorded. ' I),.ar love! mv
own promised husband - if you bud
known that Lucy Spear was the clear
and undisputed owner of a million dol
lars, 1 fear you would never have told
her of your love. o, W(t
well, and here is mv reward!'' And
she pillowed her head upon his bosom,
and would not let him get away from
Yes, it was as Lucy had said, Left
solo heiress of the estate of a wealthy
father, she had left tiio great citv mid
come out to this far-away country vil
lage, where l he one darlin-r dream of
her young life had been realized a hus
band true and loyal, who had loved her
lor nerseit alone.
So. the eonllagralion did not put ofl
the wedding; and the N,)W Year open
ed wiib a joy and gladness for (he lov
ing pair Hint was to know no falling
with the passing of the y ears.
Georgia has a law requiring hotels
that do not us real butter to ifisplay a
sign conspicuously i "This house ukuh
LUNOI8 CENT11AL K. R
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St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Lino liurminu;
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CuDOucling at Oiiln and Kmnxham for C'lncin
uatl, Luuitvlllo, lndlanitpolia aud points Hast.
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10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:) a.m.
3:bO p m. Cincinnati Kxprraa,
driving at Cinc.li.natl 7:00 a.m.; Louisville H:M
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. i'assunrs 7
this train resell the above points 1 U to 3't
DOCKS in advance ol any other route.
FThsS:50 p. m. express has PCLI.MA.
M.kKI'lNG CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
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Fast Time Kast.
Pi cctiii trava bJ ,hl1 llne " through to East.
1 aSSCUClS era points wlthont njr delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
iiornlug at 10:35. Thirty-six hours in advauceol
dt other routo,
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Ipply at Illinois Central K&ilroad Depot, Cairo.
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i. U. DAN" SON, tten. Fast. Agent. Chicago
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R. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
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Kxpress 'i.W p.m. I Ar.cum v.Vi p.m.
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M VITAL Alii SOCIKTY.
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SUBSTITUTE FOR LIKE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS1
Mutual Aid .Society,
Orcnnlr.cd Jul v 1 Itli, 1877, InuVr the Lhv o
the JtHte of Illinois. Copyrighted. Jul?
0, 1877, 1'Diler Act of Congress.
FAS. M. M el! All ICY Presld.itil
.1. II. ROM N. SON.. 1st Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS ami Vice-President
.1. A. (iOLuHTINK Treasurer
.I, 'sll'pl'nVl'r:N " Medical Advisers
THOMAS I.KWIH Secretary
LD. II. WHITE Assistant Swcrelwy
; X I0 J l JT I V K CO M M IT T K K
Win. F. PITCH I'll, . L. S. THOMAS,
C.JOl.'KLYN, K. VINC'KNT,
WILL T. JlKIHiUHN.
J. A. 'loldstlnn, of (ioldsllne li Hoaen water, whole
sale ami retail dry good, etc.; Jus. N. .Me(ahcy,
lumliur dealer; win. K. Pitcher, general aucnl ;
Albert Lewis, dealer In Hour and grain ; L. 8.
'1 nomas, hrlr.klayer; Moses Phillips, contractor
and builder; 11. A. Chiimbley, grocer: Tho.
Lewis, ai'i-retnry and Hilornev-at-taw; V. II.
Murean, llMiKi'pnthlc iihysirlnii; II. Ha der, of
Subtler A Hon. grocers; It, II Itnlnl, atn'M super
visor; l:d II. White, ass'l sec. W, A O. M, A. So
ciety; ,1. W. Spier, lumber and saw-mill; K, L.
Oernlgoii, burber: K. K. Dlelrlch, clerk W., Ht. L.
A P. K It.; M. Kobler, merchant tailor; .left M.
(lurk, (haler In wallpaper ami window shades;.!.
K. Kngllsh, contractor ami builder; Will T. lied
burn, or Morse A Keilhurn, cigar miinulucitircrs;
F. Vincent, dealer in limn and cement; I, A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jorelyn, dentist: S
II. "laher. mfg, Jeweler; ,1, II. Robinson, , I, P, and
riotitry public; .1. H. Pelrls, physlrlan; II. W,
Iiostwlrk, insurance agent; K, )'.. .Jiirtme, foreman
Hi (ins mains, ami K K. Walhriilgu, lumber ami
saw mill, or Ciilro; . l.elglilon, raslilsr Nut .
Imik.Hiimrt. Iowa; Rev. K, A . Wllkerson, Pryors
burg, Ky,; ,I.W, Tarry, phvslclan.Fulton, Ky.
BUIe of Illinois,
In thu Alexander County
in chancery Hitting.
Ellen Campbell, complainant,
Hughy Campbell, defendant.
Hill in Chancery for Divorce,
The above named defendant Is hereby notified
Unit said couip'alnsnt, tti tho tilth day of July,
Ihm, tiled In said court a certnin bill iu chancery
for divorce against yon, and that alias summons
his Issued thereon ruiurnahlo ou the Ural day of
the next term of said court, to he hidden at tha
court house Iu Calm, ou the second Monday of
Cairo, III., Sept. 27th, A. I). m.
AI.KX, II IllV'lN, Clark.
Mulkey A Lack, Complaluaut'i Holicltori.
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