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Who was he?""
(July a ciii'in iit'iforint.-r a leaner
who was acousioir.itil !o doin flying
trapezo acts :m l it-ajimj; from a spring
board nuiid tlio jilamli s of tlio specta
tors, who enjoyed il. all tlio more that
it was just possible he mignt miss and
dash himself to frap-ments at their feet.
Tho doctor at the hospital was ac
customed to living men, accustomed to
soirowful heart histories, to sad, sad
scenes of pariing ami death. But ho
had nothing to do with thorn. He was
there to learn sonioihing of interest to
science; to study the laws of anatomy;
to reduce a fracture successfully or kill
a fever. Ho looked into dying eyes,
not to read the secrets there held, of
life that had pas-ed, hut to observe how
coma attected them, ami interpret the
value of bromides and morphine. This
hospital doctor would have dono the
same thing but for one of those strange
links in the chain of life which demand
a conservation of interests whether wo
will or no. llo had gone one day last
summer to tlio circus and taken his two
little boys; they had been delighted
with the double treat, that of beiug
with papa and of seeing the glory of
wonderland. One little fellow had gone
wild over the gymnast and leaper. tiie
man who shot into Hie air, came down
on his feet, turned a somersault, kissed
his finger-tips to the spectators and
sped on feet of air from the ring.
Xoiv, there was something strange
in the fact that when one of the little
fellows died as he did suddenly aud
unexpectedly as children go he in dy
ing talked only of this man. And it
was strange that the doctor saw noth
ing of interest in his patient until his
other boy going tho rounds with him
juilled at his coat ami whispered:
"It's IJertie's circus man, papa; the
one that jumped over all the horses and
into the air, and went over aud over.
Oil, papa! won't you mend him up?''
But the poor fellow was past mend
ing, and the doctor knew it. He had
made a misstep, and falling, struck on
his head aud siiouldurs, and they had
picked him up and carried him out and
he had lain here ever since. His com
rades had left him, with many a hand
shake and sympathetic tear, and gone
on their way without him, and he did
not care. What was there of life left
for him anyway?
When the doctor knew wiio ihe man
was ho thought of his dead hoy, and
at once began the task of making death
easy to him. That was ail he could do,
just smooth with kindness that sure de
scent which we must all tread.
The day which 'would have no to
morrow canio at last to the sick man,
and nil the morning ho lay sleeping
and dozing, and at night ho was dying;
his cheeks were red with fever heat;
he was in a delirium and imagined
himself in the circus, listening to tho
plaudits of the crowds. The doctor's
acieslhelics were as powerless as water.
Tho last lilful flashings of escaping lit'o
were superhumanly bright. Over and
over again he repeated the name of
"Who is Lulu?'' asked the doctor,
with a hope of releasing the troubled
spirit from dwelling on the past.
"An angel, said tlio dying man
fainlly and brokenly; "an angel in
Heaven now. But she was my pood
amrel on earth mine mine mimd
Do you hear, doctor? I defy you to
part us there you cannot! Vou dare
The duelor gave him a ,:-ootliing
draught, but he grow wilder and raved
of Lulu, only Lulu.
"Listen," lie cried, "do you hear
that call? It means trouble iu the cir
cus! Not among tlie animals, the wild
savage beasts, I ut among men, aye,
and women, too! Oli, doctor, she was
all I had! just my little Luiu. We. had
thought it so cruel not to have known
and loved cT.ch oilier all our lives but
she was a wife In-fore 1 knew her.
Great (iod! how he abused her, and
when they toid her lie was dead, tlio
poor chi d went out into the world for
lierself, an I 1 found her ij lick, doctor,
give me wa.er 1 am strangling."
The doctor lifted his htul, and iho
water gurgled in tho throat of tho dy
ing man. He could no longer swallow
but it cooled his parched lips!'
"I taught her to do the trapeze busi
ness. She was small, and light, and
quick. She was beautiful and innocent.
How I loved her! Aud alter we had
been together a year she married me,
and we were so liappy so happy! And
she played so well. Her eves shone
with her new happiness, iler heart
was so light that she attracted crowds;
and one night in the season here oh,
doctor, it is hard for a oying man to
talk! she she just took "the houso by
storm. There was an ovation. She
was recalled again nnd again! Tho
manager doubled her salary on tho
epot but wo didu't caro for that. It
was just tho triumph in her art wo
loved each other, and tlio life, too."
'The leaper who was never again to
hear the applause ho onco coveted,
lilted the portrait in his hand to his
lips and kisied il reverently. Ho look
ed so strong and bright that a neophyte
in matters of life nnd death would have
nii-dakcn him for a well man. Biit tho
"The next ni::ht Lu'.ti win to givo
Ihein a in-w and dangerous feat, and
the house was full, Crowded, and she
never looked so li vely. I m.ido my
great leap and ran out of the ring, mill
found Lulu wuitiug to go on. Kho
CAIKO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORN1NO .MARCH 8, 1834.
looked so Mil il arid t-weot, so liko
lino.v, Mil- tiouaic elil.u, sue was so
iiinoivid mi I aito.o. her lovely that
took her in mv ai n a and kiss.; 1 her,
O i, niv Gi l, ;!nt was the ia-t time!'
-T'-biie," (.aid she, lawng her soft
cliei k naiii-t mine; "Toddie, wo'vj
been liappy, haven t we?"
"And will b i as lon as wo Iiv,"
said. "1 hen 1 saw thai sho had 1 -e
cr itig, and I was going to sav she
should not tro on, when ihe call fur her
came an I she was gone. She turned
and looked at me as she went iu ves
yes, Lu'u, I'm coni ng."
me uoe:o. hi, i tun more; mere was
no irregularity in the man's bieailun.
now, and ho spoUo distinctly and fas
but the medioal man was nut deceived
ii sas mi- ueginn.ng oi me end. l.voii
then his thoughts wandered and he
held imaginary coavcrs..tions with that
Lulu ho loved.
"i said Mie weal on; sue did her part
splendidly and won round after round
of upplaiii-o and crime oil', but I did not
see lie;1, as 1 had another leap t-nusike,
and as l went into Hi t rm: tho lirt
rsou I saw was a cro-s-eved man,
ow people are superstitious, doc
tor, and oli, this pun! I knew that
meant l ad luce I was just balancin
for the leap when there came a crv-
uu, uoeior, i can near n vei tne cry
that stands for "help!" among circus
people. It was Lulu, and her voice
rang out over the whole crowd, "Hoy
Rube! I heard it, and tho shot that
followed, bat I was balanced for tho
leap and could not stop and I fell
short and that was why they left mo
"And Lulu?' suggested tho doctor.
as ho saw the dviug mau s attention
"Lulu is dead! Shot, they told me
afterwards, by her husband, who was
alive afier all. But its all right, doe
tor, all right! There is no marriage or
giving in marriage there! les yes,
my darling, i am coming coming
The doctor's watch lay on the table
and counted and ticked off the minutes.
When the hour-hand pointed to mid
night the ward was aslecp.and stranrre,
drifting shadows, like intangiblo visit
ors, swept up tin l uown ine long vista
and wrapped all the suffering inmates
in their beneficent arms. Then in the
solemn stillness a strange weird cry-
rang out like notes of a war trumpet,
or the miduight cali of some brooding
It seemed to come out of space. The
white faces of disturbed sleepers peer
ed into the shadows a moment, aud
then nil fell back to sleep, thinking it
a troubled dream. The doctor looked
at the face of the man he was watchhg
and he was asleep, too. Mrs. M. L.
The Gay Head Indians.
The Gay Head Indians inhabit the
recently incorporated town of Gay
Head (brought into notice by the wreck
of the Columbus), on the westerly end
of the County of Dukes, which em
braces the whole of the island of Mar
tha's Vineyard. This Indian town has
an area of about 2.4.0 acres, which is
divided into three peninsulas, Xasha
quitsa, Sotiipnoeket and Gay Head, j
ih.stown is nearly severed from the
rest of the island by M-.-nemsha pond.
At the present t'me there are about 2v0
Indians at Gay Head, and unlike many
other remnants of Indian tribes in the
Common wealth, they have for a few
years past been gradually increasing in
numbers. There are about fifty famil
ies, and the people here have been
marked through a series of years for
seeking more profitable sources of in
come than their isolated situation natu
rally afforded, and some of them have
: . i . n . L
ai:im;eu nuiiit) uisiiuciiou as i-uiciCDl
masters of vessels. Tho morals, edu
cation and marked indications of civil
ized advancement among them are so
striking that they attract attention
among those who chance to visit their
sequestered island home.
If there is a spot in all New England
where a recluse might wish to find per
petual repose, free from tho troubles
and anxieties of life, Gay II . -ad is the
plaee, and yet the Gay Headers are
tpiite jealous of the influence and ap
proaches of foreigners, having had a
good deal of trouble with those who
have married sonic of their daughters
and settled among them.
Formerly any member of thislribo at
Gay Head could take up, fence in and
improve as much of the land as ho
pleased, and when inclosed it becamo
his own. It might very naturally bo
inferred that such a state of t (liners
would engender many disputes and
quarrels, but such was not the case.
Such a state of things was a kind of
"imperium in imperio," not conducted
by any codo of laws except bono and
mtisc'.c of those tnking up the land.'
Tho Gay Head Indians are a mixture of
the red, white and black races, and
there is, too, some Southern blood
among them, and also l'ortugiiese and
Dutch; for listen, here are some of tho
names among them, to-wit: John Ran
dolph, Madison, Corsa, Sylvia and
Vauderhoon. Through the intermar
rying and die coming in of foreigners it
has almost pushed out the purely In
dian names. They are, on tin. whole,
a moral, a frugal, industrious and tem
perate people, and are quite equal in
these respects to white people, with
similar surroun lings. lUrdun I'ost.
Correcting a I'm-t,
An nmateur poet who is wasting his
sweetness on tho desert air of Min
nesota sends to a paper a poem benn
Ding: "1 met licr lit our trystitur plueo
At o lireol flt-hl licslile ilic Imrn'
Ami (iiizmir in her iiuie, kwi-m I lice,
I kissed l.er 'iienlli thu cold, swuet face,
The fellow must bo an idiot, or elso
ho don't know good goods when ho
sees them. If the seraph who molds
the religious courso of this naner had
dono that job, his report to headquar
ters wouiu inive reuii:
"J met her nt our tryatlinr pimp,
Al e lire of Hold w hern ih Uy erows,
Ami Ki zinir In her pure, snort turn,
1 klcseil her 'm ath the eulil, pule none,"
H smnrdc Trihune.
a veteran oi eiguty-ono years was
recently seen dancing a double shtifllo
at Ltl)cc, Me. A town treasurer in
Lincoln county is eighty-two years old,
has held ollico fourteen years, and has
s i . . i .
cut ami hauled leu coords of wood lhis
winter, besides doing his chores.
Twin lit Mi-, r.iinily.
lb- ill I l'.: i!-j '.-t. el l. .;.m, in ho
stood at tin- d'-i.-, v. .it hi too si-raying
out of iU b i:-, the praying joint
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coat of inaii iu so manv pieees that it
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was id l i d t' li'n us character wiii.-h
bi-s:tike m;a:h. a he said l tin
ladv of ihe house:
rii-a. ma'am, I'm mi tin Wi nvo
belli". Won't you buy ti box o; nun
salve. 1 have twlin iu tho family,
O i. cef.a'n'y, if you are in n e ly
ehvudi-.atices. 1 don't feel tho need
id torn salve. Are Ihe tw in ptvtt?
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VOLTAIC BUT CO., WtRSHALl, MICH.
an Infiitiibtt rurt. tor I'iIi n.
lice $1, at drupi'ists, or
Kent nreuald I V mini, hainlil'
free,. Ad. ' AN A MX 4
from Youthful Imnrndonew. canmna
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Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana Ma,
An uufiilllng and speedy euro for
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evil remit of ludiaerctlon, excess,
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sand poidllvo cures.) irBiid
16e. fur iioftapn oa trial box uf
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OFFICE: Xo. 78 Ohio
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS API'OINTMKiNTS. 0YLINJ)A 1
ruhhS, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSKS, JsKW
TM JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS
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The ONLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
Wit IT K
City Ollllf TP.
vyor Thomsj. W. 11a lii'ay.
Tri.aiiur(.-r Ci atlis P. Nr-llin
t'lerk Lkniiis. J, fuivj.
l.'i.r.ni'elor Wm. H. Gilbert,
tfarrhal L. II. Meyers,
trornv William Hendricks,
rollcc Mugistrate-A. t'omini;".
BOAHO or iUIItlHSN
r-irst VVsr-i Wm.Mcnali-, Harry Walker
Serond Ward-Jepiie I'mkln, i'. N. HriL'hes.
Third Ward H. F. Hlnke, f'g i-rt .Smith,
fourth Ward Charles O. Patler. Adnmh
f fth Ward Ct as. I snca?er. lUrry S!ont
Circuit .Inr itt O. .1. linker,
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County Jttdct- J. II. Koblimon.
County Clerk S.J. Ilumm.
County Attorney Angus I.tek.
County Treamirtr Milts W. Parker.
sheiitl John HodKt-s.
Coroner H. Kitxt-eralri
Cotiniy Commli-sloners T. W. Hallidiv. J.
Mnlcaher sod Peter Sane
rtAIHU BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Potils
J streets: preachlnu every Sur.la momlnL'and
nieht at ui-tial hours. Piayer meeliui: VV'edues-
day ulnlit; Sunday chool. sc:)o a.m.
Ktv. J.u. r. eue.n, Pastor.
nnCRCH OF THE KKDE KM K II Episcopal
.J Kourleetith street; Buutlay ":etla m.. Holy
Communion lU:30a. m .. Vorr.ing Prayers 11 a. in.
Hunday eehooI3 p. m.. livening Prayers 7:J p.m
P. P. l'avt-nport, 8. T. B. Hector.
I II ST M1SKIO.NAKV BAITIST CIIfKCU.
I'reaehii.s at 1H:30 a. n... 8 d. m.. and 7:E0 D. m.
nhhsth school at 7:110 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores.
L'TIIKKAN-Thirtoetith street; serrttes 8ah-
hath l:i a. m.; tiunday school 2 p m. Rev.
1 ETIIOIlIhT Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets.
M Preaclilui' Subhnth 11:00a.m. nd7:-J0 D. m.
ttnday Siho.l at .1 :uo p. m. itev. J. A. Scarrett-
iUKSBYTKllIAV-!iihth street; preacnlnR on
rtahhaih ht 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 d. m.: tirsver
iieetltiL' Wednesday at 7:11') p.m.; Sunday Schsol
t 3 p. m. Key B. t . Ueore, pastor.
'I' T . U I.' I . I T L- f . .1 1 1 . . r. n
i.tiv.r.i ij o - iboiiian t.aiuoiic comer cross
nd Walnnt streets: Mass ererv Sunday at
and 1H a. m. ; Stindny school nt 2 p. m., and V'enp-
rs at :ip. m, iw n every morning at 8 a, m. Key.
Sr. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
tri-et and WnMilnirti.n avenne; Maaa eiir
Sunday and 8 and In a. m.: Sunday schoo at 8 p.m.,
and Vespers at Dp. in, is bhb eve-y tnornlnx at 8
p.m. Rev. J.Murtjhy, pastor.
For Sale bv
PROPRIETOR OP 8PROAT'8 PATENT
in I co.
ICK BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR BHIPPINO
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leree,
Levee, CATKO, ILLS.
Check Rooks, Iletnipt
ArnnliNm -fx ivt 1
mvuuiv; xkji . UUl
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and CJucago.
Tho Only .Line Kuiiuinc;
Making Direct Connection
riiaiNS Lnvi Cairo:
3:00 fi in. M Ml,
Arriving in St. Louis AL a.m.; Chicago, 8:30 p.m.;
Conneciina at Odin and Etnngiiam for Clnc.o
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and pants East.
p. m. Kaat St. Louis and
Arriving In St. Louis 6:45 p. m.
lor an points n esc.
3:45 p. m. Fast Kxprcsa.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:25 p. m., aud Chicago :M a. m.
3:45 p. in Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m.; Louisville 6:55
a. m. ; Indianapolis 4:i a tn. I'as-engers by
this train reach the abuve points 112 to lit
UOCRS in advauce of any other route.
K2TThe 3:50 p. m. express has PULLMAN
SufcEPIxtt CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, witli
ont changes, and through sleepers to tit. Louis
Fast Time East.
Pi coon (rara bT tn,i ,lne 'hrooRh to Enst.
I cl.TncllJtia era points without ny delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
)oon train from Cairo arrives ln new York Monday
nnrniug at 10:35. Tbirty-slx hours ln advance ol
m other route,
tffKor through tickets and further information
tppiy at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONKS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Oen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
II R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.ns Depart. Trains Arrive.
C. bt. L. N. o. R. ii. (Jacksou route).
tMall .4:45 a.m. ItMall .4:30p.m.
tExpress 10 80a.m. Ksprt-ss ....10:30a.m.
lAccuin 3:50 p.m.
6T. L. c. R. n. (Nftrrow-cauge).
Express 8:00 a m. I Express 1 :15 a.m
Kx.Mail.... 10:30 a.m. Ex. JIail...4:10p m.
Accora lj:i-5p.m. Accom 2:00 p.m.
ST. L. & I. M. R. R.
tExpress 10:30 p.m. tExpress. ......2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. P. It. R.
Mnll 4 Er....4:lfla.m. I Mall & Ex.. .9.80p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I 'Accom 10:30a.m.
Freight. .....5:45 a.m. Freight 0:45 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
Mail m 5:55 a.m. Mail 9.-10 p.m,
Dally except Sunday, t Dallv.
DEPARTUEE OP MAILS.
Arr at I Deu're
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
6 a. m.
4 p. m.
I. C. It. R. (through lock mail). . 5 s. m,
" fw.r malll..
...8 p. m.
....lo p. m.
" (Southern Div
Iron Mountain It. K
Wahash R. K ,
Texas A St. Louis K. R
7 p. m.
St. Louis AC ilroK. It..
.6 p. m.
.'i p. m.
Miss Liver arrives Wed.
Hat. A Mon.
Frl. & Hun.
P O. eon del. op n from 7:80 am to 7:30 pro,
P.O. box del. oi tn from 8 a.m. to9p. m,
Sundays gee. del. open from. ...8a. m. to 1(1 a.m.
Sundays hox del. open from... .6 a. m. to 10:80 am
fcjr-NOTK.-Changea will be ptihlisbed from
time to tlmsj ln city pupers. Change your cards ac
cordingly. WM. M. MUKP11Y, P, M,
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