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No. 1H OHIO LEVEE.
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B. F. PARKER,
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, ITJNE 13. 1875.
A kelrh by )iih.I
1 1 1 rarth and llouiv
llf ti-ld Ixi-fl totowil-liiof'llll, liaj oiici
voyBKI a hunilrt-d miles on a .tcaiiitiiMt,
and tin 1 1 ti brother vlit Imd tnadc tin
overlatul trip to (.'ulLfornlii.
She find Ix'i'ii to (iiiIIiIiik-, fiinoral', ninl
it circus or two, utnl sin- Utii'W it womuii
vlioc sl'ti.T iliDiiht nothing of M'ttinif
out on ii mllrnuil Journey wlwrn alic hail
to wnlt lll'ifi'ii minutes ut 11 Juin-tlon anil
..'Imni! cars nt n depot.
Ho I lonnd thum n ro.y-looWInx old
couple, alttlng up very trallit In their
eat. anil trylux to ae like old rullrod
truvilerii. A shmlowof anxiety tmlilenly
rtosscil her faoo, alip ecaiiie ttneiuy, and
dliwtlv nlie aki.-l :
"Phllftua. I Hct'lly li'leevi- ue'vt Kent
urn l taken tne wronjf truln !"
"lr istn't Im, nohow,' he refilled,. teem
ItiX n little startled. "Didn't I a-U the
conductor, and dldn t li- av we wa
"Vaaa. In- did. but look out ot'tlie win
dow and make ".lire. He inljjht have
been a lyln' to ns !"
The old man looked out ol die window
at the lllttllljr felines, the alloppln tele
paph polex, ami thu iliifamillar tli-UU, an
lt'expeetliiK to cateh slht ol some old
landmark, and forgetllng Corn moment
that he wu il tlioiland mlle4 (roin home.
"I x'lea'i we're ull right, .Marv."' he
said ai he drew In hi' head.
".Ukwnnebodv U that mail there!"
"Thl is the iniln lor Chicago, hain't
It !" inriulred the old man ol the paiM.ii
Bt In tlie next eat Uhlnd.
"This Is the train." tvpllii
Then'! illiln't I ny mi i"
I the man.
I'linckli'il I In.
"It may lx; It may Ik-:" she replied du
b!ouly ; "but irwe am carried wrong it
won't be my fault. ay that we are
wrong, and when we've been led to ioini;
pirate's cave and biitcheml for our
money yc.'ll wlh yon had heiiliil my
He looked out of the window again,
ojieneil his mouth us if to make -otite In
quiry or a boy sitting on the fence, ami
then leaned back in his -cat and -Ii'hed
heavily. .She Mint her teeth together ns
If saying that she could 'land it if lie
could, nnd the train sped along for -everal
"I.ooki" like win over thar In the
wet. I Iiojk; the bov lie v got them oaU
"That inake me think of tlmt
tnnbrellir !" she e.xclaltnisl, diving
her handi among the parcels at their
She linnled around for two or tluee
ndutites, growing red in the Jace, and
then straightened up and hoarselv wiili
"W what V" he ga.pi-d.
He MHrclicd nroiiiid. but it wit- not to
"Waal, thafe ipieer" In- nm, as he
"Queer 1 Not a bit. I've talked to yu
and talked to ye. but it docs uo good.
forget to put on ver boot- 'f I 'don't 'tell
"None o' the iIarrion hvii ever in
the poor-houe ." he replied In a cutting
"i'hlletn I'lilletus U. Marri-on!" -he
continued, laying her hand on his arm.
"don't ye dare twit me of that again!
I've lived with ye nigh on to fortv year?,
and walled on ye, when ye had biles ami
the toothache and the colic, and when ye
fell and broke yer leg, but don't push me
to the wull!"
He looked out of tne window, feeling
that she had the udvantage ol him, and
she wiped her eyes, settled her glasses on
her nose, and used up the next fifteen
minutes in thinking of the past. Feeling
thirsty, she reached down among the
bundles, starched around, anil her face
was as pale ns death as she straightened
back and whispered :
"AhJ tiat't gont, too!"
"What now?" lie linked.
"That bottle with the cold tea In It!"
"It's lsecn stole!" he exclaimed, look
ing around the car a If expecting to .-ee
some with the bottle to their lips.
"Fust theumbrcllar--then the bottle!"
he gan d.
"1 couldn't have left il, could If"
"Don't ask me! That bottle has been
hi our family twenty vears ever lnce
mother died, anil now It's gone! Land
only knows what I'll do tor a catnllre
bottle when we get home It we ever
"I'll buy one."
"Ye., I know ye are nlway-, ready to
buy. and If It wasn't for mn to re tralu
ye the money'd ilv like feathers In the
"Wnal, I dldu'i have to mortgage my
farm," he replied, giving her a knowing
"Twitting agin! It i-u't enough that
ye've lost a good umlireller and it cam
lire bottle, but ve must twit me ' this
Her nose grew red, and tears ejiuu to
her eyes, hut ns lie was looking out ol the
window sho said nothing further. Ton
or (lfteen minutes passeil mid, growing
restless, he called out to a mini acro-s the
"What's the slle round here?"
"I'lilletus I'lilletus II. Harrison ! stop
yer noUe!" she whisjvered, poking him
with her elbow.
"I Jut asked i'. rpiestion," he replied,
resuming his old position.
"Wliat'd yer brother Joah tell ye the
last thing nfotv we MX hum';" ho asked.
"Didn't he troy somebody'd swindle ye
on the string game, thcconfldence game,
or some other game? Didn't lie warn ye
agin rnseals ?"
"I linln't seen no rascals."
"Of eourae ve lievn't. cause ver blind !
know that that man is a vil
lain, and If they don't arrest liliu for
murder afore we leave this train I'll mUs
my guess! I can read human iiatur' like
There was another pertod ot silence,
broken by her saying :
"I wish I know that this was the Ir.ilu
"Course It I."
"How do you know?"
"Cause It Is."
"Wall, know It ain't, but If you nie
contented to rush along to destruction I
Miau't nay u word. Only when yer throat
is Mug cut don't call out that I didn't
The peanut-boy cuiuo along, unit the
old "I'V,' pw-rtM.'d down for his wallet.
"Phlletus, ye shan't squander that
money after peanuts!" she exehlmed,
using one hand to catch his arm uml the
other to wave the boy on.
"Didn't 1 earn It?"
"Vims.yoti sold two cows to git money
to go on this vl-lt, but it's half gone now,
and the land only knows how we'll get
The bov passed on, and the flag of
truce was filing out for another brief
time. She recommenced hottllitles tiv
"I wish I hadn't cum."
"He looked up, and tln-n out of the
"I know what you want to ay!"
she hissed, "but it's a blessed good
thing for ye that I did cum ! If ye'd cum
alone ye'd have been roblavd and mur
dered and gashed and scalped and sunk
In the river afore now !"
And in sleeti their rfinv lioadi touched.
find his arm found its way along the back
of the seat, mid Ills Ii
can rested on her
It wns oulv I heir wiif
A PREACHER'S I00TH BIRTH
DAY. Ttic Hn I'Hlhrr Hofhin' I. lie hiiU l.a
bow A Floorer of Mrlliotllaui,
.Smiling luces and frequent glances to
ward tile door by the large company as
sembled in Trinity 31. E. Church, .Jersey
City, the other morning, indicated that
some nappy event was to lie ceieuraieii
The programme Indicated that it wns the
centennial birthday of the Itev. Father
Henry Bovhni of the Newark Conference. '
At half past 10 the venerable guest en
tered the church edllk'e leaning on Un
arm ot his sondn-Iaw, .Mr. S. S. Kmlev,
and proceeded with tottering step
up the centre nile to I he
pulpit, where he was received by the
chairman, the Hew li. Van Home. The 1
exercl-es begun witli shiglug nnd prayer
by the Itev. Ilartholoinew Weed. Alter
another hymn Father Itoehm arose, and,
witli his long white hair streaming over
his shoulders, and his time-scarred face
aglow with smiles said:
"I rejoice to meet you my brethren In
the Lord, and that I inn permitted to ee
the wonderful progress of lite (i0pcl of
Christ in the laud. There wa- no town
here In 160U. when 1 pas-t il through.
There were no hotn-cs but the ferrv hotic, I
think. Hlcssed be Cod for his wonderful
work throughout the land. I can not
say much, but 1 commit the re-t to mv
'venerable' brother AtkliiMin."
Thel'ev. .lolm Atkinson, on riflng to
deliver the sketch of the life of the ven
erable patriarch, said that this beluga
festive occasion, Father Hoehtn was in
clined to lie festive also. Father lloehm
was born In l. mcastcr county. I'a., June
. 1770. The noise ot the battles of Con
cord and Lexington had scarcely died
away when he drew his llr.-t breath. He
has lived under the administration of nil
the presidents, and east his tlrst vote for
John Adams In 17IW. He distinctly re
uiemlKr.1 the time when steamboats were
unknown. In ls09, when lie tlrst camn
to New York, the city extended only to
Canal street; Hrooklyn was u small town;
Cincinnati Mas just sprouting, and
Chicago was yet to lie. lie was born
nine years before the Introduction of
Methodism in New York, and nine years
before the orgaiiljitlou of the Methodist
Kpltcopal Church nntl election of the
tlrst bishops, Coke and Ashbury. When
he heron to mi-h fhpro.-ijirii ohii oli.
leeu traveling preacher'. ITe joined the
church at the age oi'ttveiity-two. and was
licensed to preach January C, IStxi. The
address then related the progress ol the
church, his compaii!on.-h!t with lllshop
Asbttry from 1SD3 to 181:1, and accounts
of his travels. He knew the Soutli when
there was only Methodism in America.
He remembered when In 1841 it was rent
asunder, and as lie stood there he prnved
to God that Methodism North and South
might become one again.
'lhe Itev. Dr. Porter then greeted
Father Hoehin.and prtented lilm with a
purse containing sSOO. Letter were
read from scveralbl-liops ; and the exor
cises concluded with touching and elo
quent tributes to the venerable gue-t. bv
the Itev. Prof. Henry A. Ituttz, the Hew
Jacob Todd, the Kev, G. L. T.ivior. and
the Itev. David W. Itartlne. The Chair
man said that Father lloehm was In too
feeble health to -hake hands with nil,
but there was one preut lie did wish to
greet, and that was .Mrs. .Ics-e Grant,
the mother of Gen. Grant, who Jour
neyed from Washington p-pecl.illv for
Father lloehm pronounced the bene
diction, and the audience tliersed. A
reception was held by Father lloehm in
The Ellen ur I'rt-nc ol Hlii.l.
What coolness may do In such cases as
the Holyoke disaster was once, well Illus
trated by the great German actor, Etnlle
Dcvrient.' The Grand Theater nt Vienna
was crowded. The Emperor Francis,
with several member of his l.unllv, was
in the Imperial box. The play, Schiller' tt
llobbers, had reached Its thltd net, when
a cry arose that the stage was on lire.
Devrient signed at once to tli prompter,
who lowered the curtain, the actor step
ping out in front of It ere It
wholly fell. In his clear, clarion voice,
he said : "There is no lire. The Em
peror has been despoiled of un aigrette of
diamonds on entering the theater. No
honest man will object to being searched.
You will pass on one bv one at each
several entrance and be searched by the
police stationed at the several doors.
Any man attempting to go out of order
will be arrested." The crowd, deceived
by the coolness and the charge, poured
out, As each readied the door ho was
Klmply told to hurry on ; uml Just as the
list rows of thu upper gallery were tiling
out, the flames burst through the curtain
nnd enveloped the auditorium, but not a
ltle was lost, though In less than half
an hour utter the great building was In
4 A man in France who had his foot
amputated refused to pay the fee charged
by the surgeon, and commenced an ac
tion against the latter for damages be
cause the foot, Instead of having been
buried, hud been dissected hi the inter
ests of science.
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