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lilt DAII.I 0AI1KI IIULLKTIf.; l'lilDAV MOltNIMi AUCiUST S, 1881
items of M'i:sci:irriox:
Dally ..no . iy '"r"vr v ; , ' 1 '"
(ji',irc. iii. Jii-c.niu' ll paid m aliance.)
Pal, r, one year hy nmll
Dal y, m".'th ;
lX'ul'lhKl v. ri mo.-oit.mMtnini i-f-i'tli.
Weekly, ono )t-ar '
tVt-eklv, ti mouth" 1
I'littlichPd ifVfty Monday noon.
ttfTlulii of live or more nr Weekly tin litm at
.no time, per year, JI.'A l'ostaiie in all cases
;.SVAl:Um.T IN ADVlNe'U.
All coniinnnlcalinuH should ''j',' p pj. t0
Publisher and 1'riiurii'tcr.
di am on i s in Tin: (i r it 1 i s.
A little pill on :i duorti-p. wakh
in the rain-drops as tliey (-plashed in
the puddles, utoppin to count tliem in
her iuis( ry, for she had nothing to do.
notliins to think of, and nothing to
Hor clothes were shabby, her nrms
were scarcelv move than t-kin and bono
nnd her largo wistful eyes seemed big
enough to swallow up the rest of her
face." Poverty was stnropul on every
childish feature, nnd their beauty hud
been driven nway by that harsh tiend,
The door behind her opened, and n,
man with a red beard came out, nearly
stumbled over her, nnd gave her a
curse instead of an npoloy; then ho
vent his way down the watery lave
ment, stepping into ev. ry puddle ho
came across, ns if he were in too great
a rago to see them.
Lottie Smith watched him, and said
"My! how ho'll spoil his shoe
leather!" Then he passed out of sight, and sho
drew her tattered shawl round her with
a 6hiver, for the street seemed to huvo
grown darker and colder than it was
Presently a window behind her
opened, and something flashed down
like a falling star on to the pavemont.
In an instant Lottie jumped up and
secured the prize, holding it up to tho
light of the lamp-post in her dirty
It was a diamond ring.
She had never seen such a thing in
her life, and t-lie thought the beautiful
jewel Hashing radiantly in the gas-light
was a star fallen from its placo in tho
"Poor 'icklo 'tar," she said, wiping
it with the corner of her shawl, "nie
can't lake 'ou back just yet, but mo
goin' aforo long, doctor says, and then
mo tako 'on with rue."
Uolding it tight in her little bony
fingers, sho dragged her tired feet
down ono dirty street after another;
but there was a new light in her eyes,
as if a small hope had risen up in the
darkness becauso of tho star in her
Another gentleman came to the door
step on which she had been sittinrr,
and being admitted after a resounding
knock, made his way unannounced to
"Sir Volix. has been hero again,
Marion," ho said angrily. "Don't deny
it, for he told me so himself."
"I sha'n't deny it, because it is true,"
and Marion Dear ley rose slowly from
tho sofa. "Jf you wish me to say 'Not
at home' to e very man but yourself, 1
must tell you that 1 can't do'if."
"Do you ever do anything to plcaso
rucP" in bitte: resentment.
"Yes, but 1 sha'n't for the future,
iiow that 1 know "'
"You know what?" looking at her in
"That the flowers I give you aro
passed on to someone else."
" hoover told you that tells a gross
falsehood!" and his dark eyes Hashed
"lie is iuito ns truthful, 1 fancy, as
Mr. Harold lJattiseoihbe."
"Where's my ring?" his eyes sud
denly falling on her left hand.
"Ah, where?" her checks flushing.
"I suppose tho next will be given to
"Time to talk about the next when
I've found out about the. lir.st," his
brows drawing together. '.Marion,
tell mo tho truth. Have you, or huvo
you not, given the ring to Whittaker?-'
"1 am not in the habit of making
presents to gentlemen. M
"No evasions, if you please. You
had tho ring on your linger when Sir
Felix was here?"
"Certainly, and ho had the good
taste to say 1 liked you the best be
cause you could give me such jolly dia
monds." "And vou can cncourairo such u snob
"I don't cneourago him," drawing
up her long neck.
"Then where is tho ring?"
Sho laughed uneasily and looked
toward the window.
"I was desperately angry, becauso I
had just heard of the roses."
"Thero was nothing to hear," ho in
terrupted hastily, "lint I'd tell you
all about it, only it would not interest
"Why not now?" in vaguo alarm.
"Because if you give away my ring,
it is a sign that you want to get rid of
the giver," his faco set and stern.
"Good-bye, Marion; never bother
you again," taking up his hat.
"Wait a moment. I I threw it out
of the window."
A contemptuous smile curled his
"A likely blory; diamond' iv) not
generally brown in a gultei !''
"If you won't believe me, go," and
she pointed to the door, but directly it
had closed behind him, she threw her
self down on the so. fa, and burst into a
passion of te;Us. "Oh, IhroH, Harold,
Uut the days ps-ied on and H iiold
never came back, and ih.jj.ridit which
separated each lrutn the other, seemed
to raise an impassable barrier between
them. As soon as M.e. had grow n a
little calmer, t-lio sent out some ser
vants to look for the ring, but not !k
trace of it was to be seen! aitiiou jli in
conserjueneo of the badm; of tlnj
weather, tho policemau averred that no
one had passed by for the la-t haii
hour. Not long alter this.Mks I'oruVny wa
engaged to act in some tihknnj.-ivnut.
at tho house of a Mrs. Maekin.le. In
ono scene Harold JJattiscoiubo had to
. kneel at her feet as un ardent lover,
The Dailv linlli
with her left hand pressed to Ids lips,
whilst she turned nway in apparent
.imitation. The agitation was not
feigned, for when she felt her hand
onee more in his and saw by the cx-p!i'r-ion
of bis face that he had neither
b'fghcn iicr forgotten, sho trembled
so violently that sho nearly spoiled her
If the ring had only been in its place
I'.ie fancied that lie would have come
back to her. A sickening feeling of
despair crept over her, the lights
seemed to be going out, and she fell
forward into his arms.
When she opened her eyes again,
she found herself on the sofa in a little
boudoir, and lie was kneeling by her
side with a scent bottle in his hand.
"Hetter?" he said anxiously.
"Yes." with a sigh of pleasure, for
it was joy to have iiitu waiting on her
Then he looked at her beautiful face
with longing eyes, and whispered:
"Darling, where is my ririL- ?"
She shook her head sadly, an 1 he at
oneo rose to Ids feet. When mm looked
up, his place was liiled by Sir Felix.
inter passed into summer, and still
Harold liaitl-combo avoided Marion's
homo as if its inmates had got the
plague. Tired of going to balls, when
her favorite partner was never there,
Marion Dearslev turned her thoughts
to more serious things, and being ex
ceedingly unhappy herself, for tho lir?t
time in her life, began to think of those
who hud never known what happiness
One lovely day in June, when the
Park was crowded with fashionable
throngs, and flowers in balcony and
square were striving to li!l tiie misty
air with their fragrance, Marion Dears
ley knocked at the door of a miserable
looking house in a squalid street, and
asked if it wero true that a little girl,
named Lottie Smith, was living there,
and very ill.
"Walk in, mum," said a haggard
looking woman with tired eyes; ".-he's
getting past everything but groaning
and coughing, and that sho do pretty
nigh all tho day."
A few minutes later, Marion was
Lending over a miserable pallet-bod,
on which a shrunken form was lying,
and feeding the thirsty lip3 with spoon
fuls of orange-jelly.
Tho child's wistful eyes looked up
into tho pretty face, which had grown
so pale and sad during the last few
youths, and whispered hoarsely:
. "Me goin' to take 'ittlo 'tar with
"What does she say?" looking round
at tho mother.
- "l'dess her heart!" wiping her eyes
with tho corner of her apron; "she's a
a dyiu', and she's glad to go; and she's
got summat under her pillow which
she always says she must take with
her. A penny thing, 1 fancy, she must
ha' got from ono of the chil'en. Show
it to tho lady, dear."
Lottio put her hand under the oid
sack of straw which did duty for a
pillow, and brought forth her treasure
with glistening eyes.
"My ring!" exclaimed Marion, drop
ping tho spoon in her agitation.
"Your ring, ma'am? My goodness,
Lottie, think of vou stealing tho lady's
"She did not steal it, she found it in
the road," said Marion kindly, as she
saw large tears rolling one after Iho
other down tho wasted cheeks.
"My 'icklo 'tar!" with a plaintive
"Sho thought it was one of the stars,
and sho was goin' to tako it back."
"Oh, Lottie dear,- tho stars never
come down to us; we may go to them,
but they will never como to us," said
Marion sadly. "This is nothing but a
bit of gold and a jewel, nothing to do
with heaven. 1 dropped it out of the
window one day, and I wanted so
much to get it back. Will you let mo
have it, and I'll send you something so
"Yes; me thought it was a 'tar no
care now," tho dark eyes glistening
through their tears the tears of a lost
Day after day Marion brought sun
shine nnd happiness to that miserable
home. Mrs. Smith was supplied with
constant needlework, and dainties of
every description found their way to
the sick child. Tho falling star had
brought a blessing with it, and neglect
ed health revived under tender care.
Softly tinted roses camo back to Lot
tie's "cheeks, but Marion grew whiter
as the summer advanced. It was
against her pride to write to Harold
liattiseombo, and tell him that the ring
was found, but how would he ever find
it out unless sho did?
Laura Diekson camo to call, and said
that Mr. liattiseombo was one of tho
nicest fellows sho had ever seen. "Now
fancy what he did last winter. 1 met
him with some lovely roses in his hand,
and without thinking, 1 said how 1
wished I had some like them to wear
that night, as I was in slight mourning
and could not wear a color. 1 guessed
w here lliey camo from, for ho said ho
could not "give them away not that 1
should have taken them, my dear. But
just sifter dinner I received a lovely
Punch from Covent (iarden. Now
wasn't that nice of him?"
"Very nice," murmured Marion,
feeling that her heart would break,
for it was on account of the story Sir
Felix had told her about those roses
that she had Hung her ring out of tho
window in a sudden passion. Oil, what
a fool sho Lad been!
Sir Felix camo tho next day and
made her an oiler, which she declined
with thanks, and tho baronet went
away in the worst of tempers.
That evening Mr. and Mrs. Macken
zie took Marion to the opera. By her
side there was a stall which remained
empty till the end of the first act, when
a gentleman made Ids way to it, and
sat down without looking round. Her
heart stood still, for one glance out of
tho corner of her eye told her that it
was Harold. They exchanged bows as
if liiey had been distant acquaintances
and formal remarks on tho weather
were stopped by tho rising of the cur
tain. The opera was nearly over, and
tin coveted opportunity was slipping
away. If she let him go, perhaps they
; Plight never meet again,
j Suddenly sho began to unbutton her
l"iig glove, and she felt that Harold's
, eyes were hniii 'diately fixed upon her.
1 "Whvare you takiniroll' vour glove?"
asked Mrs. Mackenzie in surprise; wo
are just going."
"I know I know " aid Mariau hur
riedly, ns she lugged away at a refrac
Como along, or we shall lose tho
Marion rose, fastening her cloak
round her neck, and let tho glove fall
as if by accident
Harold stooped to pick it up, and
sho stretched out her left hand to tako
it from him. His eyes traveled from
tho radiant diamond to her agitated
"May 1 como to-morrow? ho whis
Sho gave him a nod and a smile,
and quickly followed her friends, whilst
ho camo after her and put her in the
carriage, feeling as if ho wero in u
"But why did you ever tlo it?" look
ing down "with puzzled eyes at her
"Because Sir Felix toM me that you
bad given my roses to Laura Dickson!"
"It was faUo! But the idea of being
jealous of poor plain Laura!"
"You were jealous of Sir Felix, in
spite of his ugly red beard."
"But 1 thought you liked him."
"And I thoiight'you liked her."
"But you didn't?"
"But you didn't?" she echoed with
Aud the next moment his arm was
around her waist, and their lips nu t.
Lottie Smith has learned by this time
that falling stars don't como to the
earth; but all tho pleasure of her liie
sho dates from tho day when a dia
mond Hashed in the gutter.
Surprised at Connect lout.
"Yes s:ih," said a North Carolinian
at tho New York hotel, yesterday, "I
like yu' city very much; but, sah, I
am very mueii puzzled by Connecticut.
1 have been up thar on business, and I
have ridden pretty much all over the
state a C"iisid'blo po'tion of the way
in a buggy. It's a pretty countn.
Thai's has of neat-looking places,
.'utii'i line buildings-, pleuty of nic
s'.re.;, and it's evident that thar's
a great deal of wealth; but, sah, I
can't i;ri b'i'sta;id how they live up
thar. '1 ue l'ueus are so bi', sah, and
t:i::r's .so many of them, that I can't
. w..e.e tliey can raise anything to
feed i.ienisvlve.s with, for I give you
i-,w v...'ii mi inv honor as a gentleman,
.. i..:it. it I was put down thar, sah,
t.i i 1 am a i.. riuer, I would starve
I i i'Ui.i. A;; I et, sah, thev tell me.
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.til:i CM '..lllie-V
g'.and, V,:, ::
lean the ..
t ie soul I.. I !ej
l,;"."-A'. V. V-
crop of that mass i
sah, called New Kn
t mor- in value
I t ,e ei ill un crop ol
v ii, ah, it s'prises
Thursday Eve.ni.no, Aug. 31, 1&S4.
The sky is overspread with clouds, in
dicitive of rain. The atmosphere is cool
and pleasant, tho fame ns it has been for a
day or two.
The good weather has been the means of
much movement in the new crops, ns well
ns makes business btisk. A slight iu
crea e in Hctivity in every line.
FLO UH Easy grid dull; stocks iihf.
Buyers nre only buying from hand to
HAY Plenty in market. Some de
mand for choice new; old stock pUyed out.
. CORN Source; the maiket is almost
bare, while there is a good demand.
OATS The ii'-w crop sells very fair and
comparatively good prices offered. Damp
aud inferior giiub's of new have scarcely
any demand and is 4 or 5 cents off.
WHEAT The ncipts are goo I nnd
prices remain unchanged.
MEAL- Is slow but steady.
BUAN The di mind is not very brisk.
C'ountiy brae, is ab. ut o cents i If from old.
BUTTER Better feeling br choice
creamery. Medium or poor grades have
little or no demand.
EGGS For Fresh eg us there is a better
demand. Receipts meet ready pale.
C1IICKHNS Some domend for choice.
Poor stock dull. Old hens not so good de
mand as heretofore.
FUUIT Wat. i melons are low but act
ive. Grapes have geol sile. Pens lind
VEGETABLES Tomatoes dull, and lit
tle or u i demand.
Suit's and Quotations.
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7 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
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OPEN JUNE 1 TO CTOllKK 1.
TICK MS: 88.00 purverk. S)i;cial Unites to
Iimilios on A.i)plication.
ANAL SIS OF ONE G A LLOX" ( JFW A I KIl.
SPllINQNO. 1. WPJilXO NO. SPJtlNCJ NO. V,.
L'urli ol' lrnii
t'lihnide of Iron . . . .
Sulphate, of Iron . . .
Chloride of Solium.
Sulphate Alumina. .
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JKOUOE HAllULSON I.KACII, M. I.
PHYSICIAN A SUIKiKON.
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. 559.0 I Alkalies 11.(5 Oxi.l.! of Aluminum... 015
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k. m.; IniliKi.apuii 4:i-."v a. m. I'a-i'iij": hr
ttiti- train rem h tin- ab ve piniitn 1 U tu
IIIjL Its !n advance of any olin r ruiite.
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Fast Time Last.
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limn trail, frmu Cairo arrives la new Yurk .Monday
nurLii'g at l":;ii. Thirty. fix huarain adanci'ol
n-i uttii.T routi.-.
IVt'nr tliron til tlcketf and farther ir.fortnatln
j'p.V aHllllmla Ci-Mral I'.attroad Depot. Cairo.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
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tin. i- t.i Cm-' ;i) i'lty paiu-r. Change your can! -it
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IJ TIIE WORLD.
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ilri'i.s alii.lli il to llieanr-fai-e
will penetrate to the
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