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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TOBY KOBWIN (MOWDATa lIOffTIDI,
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
A WIFE'S CHARM.
A pout upon tint red lips of (icnild
Sinclair' 11 ihiii; ifi! unmistakably a
poi.t for though a wife of almost iwn
yearn, Iter fond, imliilcnt husband bad
for the lirnt timo said nay to an openly
J'ho fancy ball of llm season, n priind
auii fashionable R-wcmblajfi!, was to
takn placo during bis absence, and lie
had Haid tliat be should prefer 8he did
She was only twenty. Let this much
be Hnid in extenuation of the two great
Uars that rose to the brown yes and
slowly trickled down the pretty face,
splashing on to the liainty morning
dross, which, dinging to the dainty
form, revealed so perfectly its graceful
Certainly, Niobe had no reason to
feci nsbanied of this one of her children.
Ibit (Jeiahl .Sinclair had only stooped,
and kissed away the glistening drops,
in a half-hurried iikiiiiht, perhaps to
hide his nwakening remorse.
"Never mind, little wife. I'll make
It ii) to you another time."
Then he was pone; but sho sat still,
turning mid iv-iurniug her wedding
ring, with eves bent upon it. It. was a
curious ring - n solid bund, set with live
It. had been her charm, her talisman,
not to be taki-ii from her linger until
soul and body li.'id parted; but this
morning il had lost its charm. If it
failed in will lr r I lie clouds, it failed to
bring bark the sunshine.
Kven when the hour ciiine round for
(ici aid's liouie-coiiiiiig. he missed his
usual warm welcome; but he. thought
that lie niibl trust, his wife's heart,, an J
said nothing. The next day he started
on his journey.
"You're mil ';oing my dear?" ex
claimed Mrs. Martin, bursting in upon
iter friend on the morning of the bull.
"And why not ?"
"(Jerald is nway," replied Mrs. Sin
clair, with .mimic little sl.ow of wifely
dignity, ns though the fact were in ilseif
"And why need that make any difl'er
rncer"" pursued Mis. Martin, a bewitch
ing little widow .sniiie few years her
friend's senior. "I will share my es
cort with you Ciiunt Hcizoni!"
Sophie Sinclair looked up nniazed.
She knew that the man mentioned had
but lately gained entree into society,
and knew also that her husband dis
liked and disl rusted him.
Oncoor twice she had seen his eye
fixed admiringly upon herself, and had
felt somewhat as the bird might feel be-
noath the basilisk glare of the serpent.
"Well, whv don't von answer?" con
tinued Mrs. Martin.' "Will you go?"
. '"'No, no," she replied, trying to speak
with firm decision. "Uesides, I do not
think that, (ierald admires the count.1'
"Prejudice, my dear all prejudice.
The count is one of the most charming
and agreeable men I know. Indeed, 1
think I should be canonized for my wil
lingness to share his attentions, espe
cially as I have heard him say all man
ner of pretty tilings about you."
"Nonsense, Kllen!'.' retorted Mrs. Sin
clair. IJtit slm felt the ground slipping be
neath her feet as she spoke.
After nil, (Ierald had not oaid posi
tively no! I la J he thought it necessary,
after lie had openly expressed his dis
approbation of her going?
lie bad not known that she would be
so sorely templed. Uesides, she would
wear a mask. No one would know her;
and when she told (ierald, he would
forgive her. A sudden thought, eame
"I will go," sin; said at last, after
continued urging, and looking at tho
picture in all its brightest lights, "on
one condition, and that is, no one is to
know mc nut even the count. Say
that you have persuaded a friend to ac
company you, who wishes to remain
unknown. I will come to your house,
where he will tiud me, and thus pain no
So it was decided; but, spite of her
exipiisite costume of a fairy as she con
cealed it and herself beneath a large
domino, as the clock on her mantle
chimed ten, it seemed to Sophie that
every stroke said, "Stay! stay!"
Slie was. almost tempted to obey it,
hut she had promised Kllen; mid, after
all, she had beard that it .vas well for
young wives to assert themselves.
An hour Inter, and, on the Count liel
Jioni's arm, she entered upon the bril
liant scene. So far, he had not even
deemed curious to ascertain her identi
ty. She experienced at this a singular
wiiiso of relief.
Tho ball was at its height as the clock
rang out the hour of midnight; but for
the lirst lime in her life light and gay
el y were distasteful. A hundred times
she wished herself at home.
4,I will tell (ierald. 1 have already
been punished,'' she whispered to her
ficlf, ns she stood for a moment nhuie in
a quiet corner.
"You look more like a nun than a
fairy rut her like one who had fore
sworn the vanities of I he world, than a
siren to tempt men to llicirdest ruction,"
said a voice close to her, "though to the
latter 1 know no one more fitted."
"Sir!" she exclaimed, indignantly,
recognizing, ns she siokii, the count
standing at her elbow.
"Ah, you thought I did not know you,
I should penetrate any disguise you
wore. Besides, you have forgotten to
remove a badge of recognition."
Slut followed with her eyes his down
ward glance, and saw that it rested on
iter hand, ungloved, as hi belter accord
with the exigencies of her costume.
Involuntarily she drew it wny, with
the ring which had betrayed her.
Denial was useless.
"Since you know me, then," she said,
wo will not further piny apart. To
the others we are masks; to ourselves
wo iue ourselves."
All, nindiiiiio," lie whispered, "let
lis rather say to tho world wo are our
selves, to each other we are a mask.
Can men, think you, look coldly on
such beauty m you possess P Can "
Indignant and alarmed, she chucked
Ids further speech by starling forward
to escape him. His hand closed on
lici'4 as in a vice She wrenched it
. from him, sprung among u crowd of
maskers, and so mudu her way to the
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNlNtr, FEBRUARY 8, l81.
";ali n enn-inge for me,'
Ton minutes later sho was within her
own home, Her lirst Impulse was to
tear oil' the hated costumo which had
caused her such trouble; her next to
throw herself on the bed and sob out
her excitemont and contrition. The
morning sun, streaming into her room,
With a shudder, she remembered the
events of tho past night. Sho looked
down at her hand the hand which had
been polluted by another's touch as
though in somo way sho expected to
find the contamination branded on its
soft whito surface. It wasallunmarrod;
but Sho looked again sho looked
away and hack she rubbed her eyes
and looked the color meanwhile but
tering out of her cheeks, and her palo
lips quivering, as if her heart scorned
to stand si ill in a sudden agony ofear;
for from the third linger was missing
the talismanic ring.
When and where had sho lost it, and
how could sho now find the courage to
confess all to Gerald? Sho rose and
dressed, revolving and re-revolving this
problem in her mind.
At any hour her husband might re
turn. For the first time sho dreaded to
meet him dreaded to look into his
kindly, handsome eyes, ami read there
all his incredulous reproach, mingled
perhaps with scorn and auger.
Tho day wore on. Her friend, Mrs.
Martin, ran in to scold her for her de
sertion; but her pale face and trem
bling tones made good her plea of sud
At nightfall Gerald arrived. She
threw herself in his arms, in a burst of
nervous weeping; but when he wonder
ingly asked its cause, her courage fail
Why was it sho had never imagined
that ho might look stern until to-day?
A week passed, when ono evening,
sitting in the twilight, a step sounded
close beside. Sho looked up to discover
"Pardon!" he began, in answer to her
indignant, questioning look; "why
must you bo so cruel? May 1 not now
"Sir, I command you to leave me. I
am now under the protection of my
He was about toanswer.when a latch
key was heard inserted in the outside
In an instant, he had sprung into some
place of concealment, but tho fact that
lie was near lent to tho young wife a
sudden courage, born of tho moment's
desperation. Her husband, entering,
approached hcr,-tmt. she motioned him
"(ierald," she said, "I have a bitter
confession to make. It is fitting you
should hear it now."
He listened, with arms folded across
his breast, while she told him all the
story of t lint fated night.
"And is this all?" ho questioned bit
terly, when sho had paused.
"No, not all," sho continued, raising
her voice. "My confession has another
witness, who has forced his hated pres
ence, again upon me. The Count liel
zoni is here again, Gerald."
As she spoke, she drew aside the cur
tain; but the form she expected to dis
close was gone, tho open window at
testing to its Might.
Silently tho husband drew a paper
from his pocket, and showed her a par
agraph oll'ering a reward for the arrest
of a thief and swindler known as tho
"My darling," he said, "my little
wife has learned a lesson she will never
forgel..v I have known this nlory all tho
lime, but have wailed until you came to
tell it to me. I returned tho ni'rht of
the ball, to take you with me, wiien 1
found you had gone. Imagine what I
HUtlere'd, and my added suffering when,
arriving at the scene of enjoyment,
where I had followed you, I discovered
who was your companion. I stood near
you, and heard the words he addressed
to you heard with joyful heart your
answer; saw you wrench your hand
from his hold, and also saw what you
diil not, the sparkle of the ring ho drew
from your linger. Poor little girl! I
Watched you hasten through the crowd,
and knew that you had "already met
your bitterest punishment. It has been
through my elVorts that the Count has
been traced and exposed. Only this
morning I recovered your ring from tho
man with whom ho had pledged it as
security. Once more I place it on your
linger." Hut remember, darling, it is
only tho outward charm. A wife's true
talisman is her husband's honor, which
no thief may steal, unless ho added as
sassination to his crime, and buys it
with her heart's blood."
Disraeli the younger," was intro
duced to Lord Melbourne in 18110, just
idler his return from his Eastern tour.
It was at a small dinner, and Lord Mel
bourne, with characteristic good nature,
began to talk of tho countries just vis
ited by tho author of "Vivian Grey"
ami the "Young Duko," to which con
siderate civilly Mr. Disraeli replied,
with a sort of sneering assumption of
superiority: "Your Ixirdship seems to
have derived all your notions of Orien
tal countries from the 'Arabian Nights
Entertainments.' " "And a develish
good place to get them from, too,"
rejoined IaivA Melbourne, laughing and
rubbing his bauds.
In a lecture on "National Supre
macy," delivered by II. W. Hume, of
loug Island Cilv, to the Manhattan
Liberal Club, of New York, the lectur
er culled attention to the fad that,
though the constitution was an ad
mirable code of laws, in consequence
of llici'o being no penalties attached to
infringements of the same, some of the
most important of its decrees, which
might to protect the religions and civil
liberties of its citizens, have never been
either civilly administered or enforced.
At present the constitution might be
compared to a beautiful statute, welt
proportioned Iml, lifeless. This being
so, lie respectfully submitted tho follow
ing "amendment" to that instrument,
which, he thought,, would render what
w hs now in too many instances a load
letter a living code of laws: "A citizen
of the United Slates, any of Whose con
slilutioiial rights, privileges, or ininiii
Hides bio annulled or invalidated bv
any State edict or so-called State law
is entitled to 'recover daime'es in
the courts of the United States from
tho exoctilivooflho State sooH'endlng."
This proposition was well received by
the large nndienco there assembled."
Itching1 riles Symptoms and Cure.
The symptoms ore moisturer like pcrs
piration, iuteuse itching, Increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling In and
about the rectum; the private parts sre
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
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Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Harbor's
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Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or throe cent postngo
stumps. Prepared only by Dr. Swaynu &
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo and elsewhere.
Swayne's Pills are the best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off Chills and
Being at an inn, and seeing the other
expert about his horse, a gentleman
nsksd him what country man he was.
I'se Yorshire," said the man. "And
how long hnvo you lived here?"
"Sixteen years." "I wonder that in
all that time so clever a fellow as you
has not mado enough to set up an "inn
yourself?" "Ay, sir; but master's
TfiE "Loudon Hair Color Restorer''
is the most delightful article every in
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impure ingredients thut render many
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Where baldness, or falling of tho hair
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at tho same, timo a most pleasing and
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Ask your druggist for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle. (1)
Hot a Barcain.
The Cincinnati Saturday Night re
lates the following: '!' do.-o cars go
to Cincinnaty?" said an old colored
man to the conductor of the Osgood
accommodation at the Aurora depot.
"Yes." "Clar up to the city?" "Yes,
right into the heart if it." "Does er
slop at Fit" street?" "I'll let you oil' at
Fifth street." "At y an end?'" "No,
no, at this end. (Jet aboard if you
want to git up," said the conductor, be
ginning to display a slight, degree of
impatience. "What's do fare, boss?"
"Seventy-live cents." "You'll haul a
feller clar to Cincinnaty depot for seventy-live
cents?" "Yes." "An' what
will yer knock oll"n dal ef I get oil at
J'if street?" "Nothing,'' said the
conductor, signaling the engineer to go
ahead.. "Wall, boss, I guess we can't
make a trade," and the old man shoved
his umbrella through the handle of his
carpet-bag and started up the track,
amid the dust and smoke of tho depart
"New Fancied Notions"
may not work injury to people when they
relate to matters of little consequence, but
when entertained as to what we shall take
when afflicted with serious diseaso they
may lead to dear experience. Don't there
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fested by eruptions, blotches, Bcrot'ulous
and other swellings and grave symptoms,
but take that well tested and efficacious
remedy, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
coverythe greatest blood-puritier of the
age. If the bowels are very costive use
also Dr. Pierce's Pellets (little sugar-coated
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Dkau Sm I write this to inform you that
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and biliousness, by tho use of tho Discovery
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Discovery lias never disappointed us for
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Tens of thousands ol dollnrs nro sqsnder
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from town to town professing to cure nil
tho ills that our poor humanity is hoir to.
Why will not the public leurn common
sense, and if they arc suffering from Dys
pepsia or Liver complaint, invest a dollar
in Spring Blossom, sold by all druggists
and indorsed by the faculty; see testi
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Mr. George E. O'llara, the livo druggist
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ready to meet the demands of his many
customers. Ho bus just received a supply
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a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
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The Melancholy Dune.
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mnko ureal proflm from IIim Hurt. No one ran fall
who la wllllnu to work. Women are a aucieimriil
an men. Iloya mid ijlrla run earn Inrcn Minn.
Many havo mude at tho htmlni'M over nn hundred
dollar In ft Hlnylo wcclc. Nolhlnn like II nvur
known before. All w I10 ink'nuo arc HiirnrlKtl nl tho
enan and rapidity with which they are aide to mnko
money. Yon can iinvimn In tliia Imalimaa during
your uparc time at great prnflt, Yoinlo not have l
luvenl ciiplinl In II. Wo takn nil ihu rlik. Thimo
who need ready money, ahmildwtiretoua at onco.
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biHlnop man In Cairo, nu i Inerery city (Dotal,
ready taken.) A lew bundled dollars nocetMry to
pay for g.inri on delivery nfer ordcra have been
eocured for the Hume. fl.'-O per month profit
gi)nrnt"cd, The meat aearching Investigation
aollclted. A. H.AKNCU.n CO, corner 'lrt
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THE MILD P OWE E fl
Humphreys' Homeopathic! Specifics II
Proved from ample experience an entire II
Huceeie.. Mniiilr, I'mmiH, Klllclenl. and D
lielliilile. lliey nie urn uuiy iiieuiwiiis.
iulniic(l to poptihir line.
I.IHT I IIIM II AI. N"H. U HPS. mid.
1. Feer. Oiiik-cmIIhii, Inflammations, .21
i Norms, Worm I ever. Worm Colic .HJ
8. Crylnic Colli", or Teething of Infanta,
4. IMiirrhea of 1 lilldren or Adults, .-
a. Dysentery, tirlplnu. JUIIoim Colic, .'B
H t'ftnlrra Mitrlm. votnitlne. -
7. (oilalis, Cold, ilrollclillis,
o, ,1,'lir.l mill , I'Jmi'fl'ni., rniruiiKT,
II. Ileodaelieic, Kick llenilucliss, Vertigo,
10. I)ysiepsln, Plllons Sfonini'h, .
III. Nuniireased nr I'niiilul I'erlods,
1 n. Criiuii. coiiitu,
ii, wultvu, I'm) liruriiKe cerirtos,
I micult i:r athlris. .
1 II. Milt llllelllll.
l'TynllH laH, Kruntloiis.
i r. HIiciiimiiIIhiii, lihcliniiiilc 1 ulns, .'a
Hi. Ki ter mid uiie. 1 hill, I-ever, Aguea, 'J'
17. I'ilea. Illlnd or l leeiliiiir. Ml
I 'J. 4'nliirrli, ui'iite or cliroi, In; Intliienn,
lioonlna Coiiuli, violent (uiikIis, riO
M. IJenernl ltehllll, 1'hj's'l '.VeHkneHS, .Ml
Khlncy Klaesse, Hi
.H. ervoii4 lU'lilllty, Spermatorrhea, l.isi
H I rliiiirvWeakiM'si.WettlMKthe lied, Ml
ti. Disease ol the Henri. I'ldpllHllon, l.Ui
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Kontiiseous d.i of eotietxi, c oprba or oil of
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DOCTOR against QUACK ! !
A LEADING LONDON PHYSICIAN E8TAH
MMIIKH AN OFFICE IN NKW YOHK FOU
THE CCRK OF EPILKI'TIC FITS.
(From Am. Jonrnal of Medicine,)
Dr. Ah. MeseroU (lain of London), who makes a
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and cured morn cases than any other living physi
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