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THE DAILY, BULLETIN.
(m! Umlletln Building. WMhtujcton Avenue
'(Inly a lover' uarroI!" Tlint's
what tlin wise, 11 folks any, with soino
tliinpf liftww'ii a smilo mmI a sncpr,
whim they Bee two peoplu who lately
"trod on air, and dwelt with Klysimn'
Binlih'iily prow silent, and sad, and bit
ter, iH'injj evidently reduced totho very
confines of despair. Tshawl" Hay the
old ones and tho cold ones. "Let them
alone. They'll pet over that. It's only
a lover's quarrel!" Only! as if a quar
rel between two people who sincerely
lovo, wero not really a dreadful matter!
as if a quarrel a sorioti. niisunder
Btandinjf liad not full often wrecked
tho liappiness of two lives!
I thought such a misunderstanding
had mined mine. Ah, yes; it seemed
to mo that hono and happiness wero
forever dead to me, and that the only
way to escape, from pain and regret
would 1Q to escape from its life and it.s
cares altogether. But how to do that ?
Death never comes when we call him.
"While there's lifo there's hope," and,
equally, while there's hope, there's life,
and hope will survive, somehow, in the
heart of a loving girl of twenty, long
after she believe she has buried it for
ever, and sung her requiem of sighs
and tears above its grave.
Our quarrel had como from such a
little, simple, foolish thing. Neither
George nr I had cared very much, I
suppose, for tho matter in itself; what,
indeed, did I care for a stupid ball
without my own true lover? Had ho
only humored nie a little, had ho only
asked a favor instead of demanding a
right, it would have loen so diUcrent.
but ho was exacting and jealous, and 1
wa9 peevish and proud, all the troublo
and sorrow came of that
I had cared a great deal for the ball
while I supposed tlmt George would bo
my escort. My lover was richer and
better placed in tho world than I. but
they called me the belle of Cloistcrlmry,
and I had made reat preparations for
this, the first occasion on which wo
should appear together in society sineo
our engagement had been made known.
I thought I would show myself at least
"a fair excuse" for what some people
called Sir George Chester's folly. My
father, a country physician, was but
poor, and I had worked hard with my
own hands to procure a eostumo worthy
of my own beauty (of course I knew I
was a handsome girl) and of mv lov
er's position altogether it win disap
pointing, and miirhi have tried tho tem
per of a less spoiled and more patient
girl than I was, to have George come
and tell me, tho very morning of tho
ball, that his mot her had suddenly sum
moned him to London, to look after
some business of an urgent nature,
which might detain 1dm some weeks.
After all, I didn't care much about
the ball, but I cured oh, more than
words could have expressed, for parting
wnu my jover. Aim i thought he rinl
not seem to mind it much he looked
tuoQily and pale certainly, but he didn't
say much, whilst I, in my impetuous,
feminine way, could havo cried and
railed about it. I wish I had! Hut no,
my prido was up in amis. I wasn't
Foing to let him see how much I cared,
stood and bent with my lingers on tho
window-pane silent, because the fast
coming tears were choking me; per
haps, to a looker-on, I appeared sulky,
Sir George stood just silent for
awhile; presently, however, he spoko
"It's too bad that you should have to
miss the ball, Oracle," said he.
i knew as well as possible that I
shouldn't go that nothing would have
induced mo to go without him. It was
sheer perversity, Imrn of my disap
pointment and jealous pain, that mado
mo answer coldly:
don't know that I need miss tho
ball. Captain Stanhopo will be only
too glad to escort me."
llo Hushed redly at that. Captain
Stanhope was his pet aversion.
"No other man can play escort to my
affianced wife," said he, haughtily. ,:I
am .sorry to disappoint you of your
pleasure though it is through no fault
of mine, but, since I am uiiablo to ac
company you, unless your father can
take my place, you will certainly have
to stay at home."
Is there anything ho unreasonable as
real love? I adored my sweetheart, I
expected him to havo perfect confi
dence in my love and faith, and believe
me wholly his, ami yet, immediately
(in my soreness of heart and temper) I
took oil'enso at the manner in which he
appropriated me, as it were, and dic
tated on what terms I should co ur
stay. b 4
"I shall "have to stay' at home!" I
repeated, disagreeably, my rage against
iis mother (who had sent him away in
tho hope of separating us, I felt sure.')
venting Itself upon him. "I suppose I
shall not 'havo to do' anything but
what I choose. I am not your wife yet,
you see, and if Captain Stanhope"
"And if Captain Stanhopo escorts you
to this ball, or any other place, you
rover will be! Mind that!" cried Sir
George, passionately, "i'vo had more
to bear with than you know, and I'm
willing to put up with u good deal for
your sake, but if'1
I interrupted him my prido and
temper wero in the ascendant now; I
forgot for the moment how dearly I
loved him so dearly that I would rath
r havo parted with my lifo than with
him. I thought only that ho had
wounded my prido.
paid. I was not aware that any tcrrl
hie sacrifice on yuv part wpK
. nourcngngenumt w i 8lmuM nove
have consented to it. beHovo n,,. ,.,,.
not likely to go a begging i,'r a hus!
hand, if you and I should chuwq our
minda. There are others" "
"Captain Stanhopo, for instance," itn
Bald, furiously. "Ho gave you tlm
chanco some time ago, I've been told,
and no doubt, if you go with him to
this ball, ho may renew his offer. I'ruy
don't lot mo stand in tho way." -
That was tho beginning of It. What
quo to tell all tho cruel, bitter things we
mild -wounding each othor's hearts,
destroying our own happiness! A lov
er's quarrel! It was our first and our
last, (or. alus! it parted us.
No one knew of it. George went to
Loudon, and from thence on a hasty
Journey to Vienna, thereby losing all
opportunity of learning that Captain
Stanhope offered mo' Ids escort for the
occasion, and was coldly refused.
And then began my misery. Ho was
;one, he was gone, my beloved, and my
icart was broken! In the first ngony
of that parting, tho first unendurable
pain of that loss, I would have followed
him, bad it been possible, and knelt for
forgiveness at his feet.
Cloisterbury became Intolerable to
me. The placo where I hail been so
happy, and whero all my happiness lind
been lost. Besides, it was a talkative,
inquisitive, country town, where every
one knew everyone elso's business; if
many weeks went over without lettors
arriving for mo, Sir (Jen-go's silenco
would bo gossip for tho whole neigh
borhood. That would havo driven mo
mad. In my despair ami sorrow I con
fessed some portion of my trouble to
papa, and lie, dear soul! kept my so
cret, and helped mo to get away.
llo had. a friend an old, invalid gen
tleman, very feeble and helpless
whose housekeeper had lately and sud
denly died. I was very sorry for Mr.
(Jermaine (whom I had known from
childhood), and nursed him, perhaps,
more tenderly than a stranger would
have done, or at least he thought so
at any rate, when tho new housekeeper
came, ho was not wiliing to havo mo
leave him, so I remained as Ids com
panion and nurse.
Not long, for his days wero nnm
bcred. Six months after I came to him,
J'eath released him from his bed of
pain, and I discovered, to my great
surprise, that no nail made mo ills
Not to a largo fortune, certainly;
though enough to make independent for
life, L was very thankful very glad
for papa's sake more than my own but
my first thought was full of the never
silent, never ceasing regret. George!
George! If only this misery had not
come between us, Ids mother would
havo thought mo a sullieiently good
match for her only son now there
would have been no obstacle to our
No word or lino from him. Ah, if he
had loved as I loved, woulk ho not have
written? Six mouths more went by; it
began to bo rumored that ho would
soon bo homo, bringing with him his
cousin his father's ward a wealthy
heiress, Constance Chester, who had
been traveling abroad. IVctty, grace
ful, girlish Constance! We had been
great friends long ago, ami I ought to
have been glad at the thought of seeing
her again. I was not. though. What
had George to do with escorting her
home? Was it a match of old Lady
Chester's planning? Jealousy was add
ed now to my other pangs. George was
false, doubtless I began to despise my
self for my own constancy. Ah, so has
many another woman done before me,
without linding that her self-contempt
could change her love!
Still they did not come. There came
another winter round at last, two years
from tho tinio of that "lover's quarrel"
which had spoilt my life. I was in
London, and accepted an invitation to
a ball given by a former schoolmate of
mine who had married brilliantly.
"You will meet an old acquaintance
here, to-night," she said to nie. "Mrs.
Chester, the young brido of a month,
who has just como from Spain with her
husband and his cousin. You remem
ber her, of course slio was Constance
Chester before, so slio hasn't changed
her name; ah, see, hero they come, I
must meet them."
I saw them entering the room. Con
stanceso handsome, so improved
clad in gleaming bridal white, and
beaming with blushes and smiles. She
canio in between two gentlemen, chat
ting and laughing with both. One was
a stranger to me, tho other ah, Heav
en! after such long, long lovo and an
guish to see him thus another wo
man's husband, my lover my lirst and
last lovo. It was too much, I felt I
could not bear it, and aroso nervously
and excitedly to escape; sudden dark
ness and oblivion came over me.
: "It was tho heat of tho room, per
haps," I heard a voice say, just as con
sciousness came back to me. "Go away
now she is recovering; be patient, and
I will call you presently."
I knew her voice Constance's Lady
Chester's, rather, though my hostess
had unthinkingly, I suppose, called her
Mrs. Chestes. A strong shudder of
aversion ran through 'mo at that
thought, and I sat up suddenly.
Well, she was always a winning,
warm-hearted girl, whom none could
resist; perhaps ho was not to blame for
loving her! Certainly she had done mo
no intentional wrong. It was that re
flection together with tho memories of
girlhood which her voieo and touch re
called -that mado mo, when her arms
stole Hoftly round me, , lay my f:u:o
against her breast and weep against
her breast his wife's!
"There, there." slio said. coolnclv.
patting and kissing my hair, "there,
all the tronblo's over now, dear! It was
the heat of tho room, of course. Wo
won't go back until you are quite re
covered. Oh, how glad I am toseoyouJ
And not married, as Georgo said you
were, a year ago stupid follow! I'm
just dying to introduce my husband to
I lifted my head it was.impossiblo
to bo ungracious with Constance in
spito of my own grlof.
"I shall bo glad to meet your hus
band," I said, faintly, "but I need no
introduction I know Sir Georgo Ches
tor very well."
She laughed, softly and happily.
"Not my Georire ." slio said, demure.
Jy. "All, I thought it wasn't entirely
tho heat that made you faint. My
Georgo is your George's cousin, dear;
and vour George is your George still;
oh, I know all the story, you see tho
imor iuiiow nas win mo ol your miser
able quarrel, ono of thoso cruel, dread
ful, 'lover's quarrels,1 of course very
amusing to all but tho parties con
cernedho loves you as much as ever,
he believed you married, and was in
iiinfiii'i. 0 n to iiitorcodo for
"w,?lUnK ttt tho door this
owS'0 con,u Upload
An j wn,cauw yourself." 1
ho was S?"1 ,foro1 Nultaod what
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"ohl the joy, the Kindness,
After long tfiluf and pain, ''
ruff i l tbe imii of your true lovo
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And what dear joy wae ours at last,
to he lost no more forever. Love had
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Acroniiuiiiiaiion.. .1:41 p.m. Dally
niKui oince: io. rj-'i i inio li-vc.
Ii II. Mll.lll ltN. At'i nt
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only .Lino Iunnin
0 DAILY TUALWS
Makino Direct Connhitiox
Thai N a Leayk Caiiio:
'.1: 1 r nm, Mitil.
Arriving In Kt. Eouls A a.m. ; Chirac. K Hi p.m. ;
loniiecuiiK ni wmiii ami i-.iiiiii;nam tor 1. lucin
null, Loulsvllli', Imlliuiapolis nnd point Eust.
11:K a.m. Ht. I.ouin and 'rHtiTii
Arriving In Ht. I.riuls 7:o"i p. m., am) cnimectini;
tor an poiiiis esi.
4:JJO i.in. 'iiHt I0xjrHH.
IiirSt. Louis anil t'lilcago. arrlvuii; at St. I.ouls
t(l:-MI n in., anil ('I1ifni.11 T "Jo h m
Ijp.K?'! p-iix. (-'incinnnti MxrHH.
Arriving at t'lnrlnnatl 7:ui a m.; Louisville ?:'Jii
a.m. ; . imllamipolls 4:1m nt l'n-': m lv
this train ri'iicli the aJove Yolnis lyluIPl
ilUl'HS In A'lvauee or any other mute.
tW-Tlie 4 :sn t, ni, exnress has PULLMAN
si.EEl'IN'tH'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chanires, aiirt 1 ti mil L-h slecfcrs tn M l.nnls anil
Jurist Tirno Jvisl.
Piisseii'ei's ,"' "IIU '"i"ir,"i'h 1,1
- ' 11.. r,.,..ir ,. iiii.mil w.aT ,1'tiilj-
causerl hv Hiimlay tiiturvciilni;. The Salunluv nfler
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
mornltiK at l::ir. Thlrly-slx himri In udvaueeo'f
any other route,
ItTrw lliroiiirh tickets and rurther lnroruiatliiii,
pplyat Illinois Central Hallroad lii pnt, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON, .1 II. JUNKS,
Oen. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent,
A, II. HANSON, Oen. Puss, Agent, Chicago,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvement!
on old sties; for medical or other compounds, trade
mark, and lahuls. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
fernnoui, Appeals, Suits for Infringement, and
all cases arising tinder tliu Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that liavo heen
l)V 1 W'PLUi hy tlm Patent Olllce may still.
liiJvl lAlJ n tnosleaces. he liatenteii J
ns. lining opposite the U. . Patent IePrtm'','
and engaged In Patent business exclusively. " n
make closer searches, and secure ''VL".mJ,
promptly, and with broader cUlms, tli" w 00
are remoin from Washington. , . . .vnirh 1
1NVMMTORS !A. ,."l?t , make ox-
riV:.::'.7;;r-...u. tiatiiMty. .re .i
I-nces low. nnd "";';
General I), M. K . y Itev. K. U.l (l h
Htatc In tbs Vnlon and In Ctna. A',Ur"
O. A. 8NOW & CO..
Opposite Pat nt nmce. WashlnetoB I). 0
THE MILS POWEB
Huninlireys' Horaiopatliio Bpocilicn
Hron A from anipl" ex imtIi-ihw an enilre
.iiiwa. hliniilii, I'rinoiu, Kllleii'iii, ami
llelliililf, Hi.' urr tin' only iniiiuinr.
iiilnli-il n piHiliir ii-.'.
l.lf'T 1-UIM'ltAI. NiiH. (less. PHiec.
1. Erer, l iiM'i'ttl'Mi, Intlaniniallritiii, .ur,
'i nriiiN. Worm I m i- W orni l olle, :a,
1 I rylou t ulle, or li'i UiIiik nf Infant,
4. Illiirrli. a nf I hlliln 11 or .V.liiln, , . .1
0. Ily.i-oli-rv, "riiliiK. I llloii 1 ollrj. . .L".
5. i finlrrii Morion, toniliing, . . ,1
7. t iiiikIi.. 1 'old, liriinrlilllH,
H. jNi'iiriilcla. loolliiu lii', Hii-esrhri, . Kr,
llfNilnilii-., Slrk llriiiliuhis, Nt-rilKO, M
10. Ivani.ita, l llli. ii Mninnrh, :,
all. Koiiiire.aeil or I'ulnliil I'erlods,
li lilies, Iihi irruliiM' I itIiiiIh,
i t I riiiiii, i'iiiikIi. Mnieull IHi aililng, .
II. Hull Itheiint, KryslM.as, Kriiitloiia, .'
I. i lllii-niiwiti.in, lllii iiitiatle I uiiis, ,X
la. Kcter and iif,llilll . i-en-r, Ague., 'i
I I. I'iles, iillml ur Meetling, ..
U. Ciilnrrli. aciile orelinmle; lulliii-iira, Hi
. :) '""Milo ( iiiikIi, vli.li hi 1 .nt.'lm.
- J'eni'ral Mebllltv, Phys'J V. ;'iknei..
'X V-rnu lii hllliv, Htii.nimt.irrhi a, l.m
. I rtnnrv nl.tt.'.M.Vv ..tilnu llu. lirl, s.
U. Ilnti-iiae ol Ihe tli-nrl, t. I ..ii i.i ,11. l.u,
rorsiil.. tyiriiK(rlis.oriM.ni Oy the fase,
or.liiKle W.il, friM.of i-liiirui-, 1.11 n ,,(
nrlw. N ii.l fur r. Iliimph ra- ll.Hk un
I Lease, ikr., ( I ll l.imi-.,, m. Illu.lruli d
( iilnliiiiiit', I' II EK.
A.I. Inr,, lliioiplireys' Ifomropalhlp
Med. t u., IO'J l-ultuu m.. .t lurk.
HUMPHRY'S HOMEOPATHIC MKDI
CINF.S, n'.Ul l.y I1ARCLAY PROS.
Ir. S. 5i!s533's SztemlPiloEoaedy
Civi-3 InstHntrelli-f and la an InfalllMo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
F'lld brl)miru-l'tr.Ti.ryhere. I'rlre, 1 oopi r h' x
priyc;i'hyi:i.,il, hu, 1. 1 tvi Jrrt to liiir.ai.
nil ! 1 surf.T- r, hy I'. K, nt:n"1li r& 1 nn l(r,i JiHS.
kcw iuritcuj. Wuiuauuiuuiur(.mui".ilHu4W'
f pcrfrrtlr pi,.. Prnneijn'-iMllhf. hMi Mlh. hirh
el mol .-..I ,.t;,. iiltr. 10 tria wt 1.1 i.....ii 11-11-1
tviibtut i -i.n. w h ncuiLrrtLin co n r
MOLLKH'H COD LIYEK OII m.1.1 l.v
PAI:( LAY I UOTIir.I.
JiruHHailS ft ,Sri I. !.
I lri Linn If tm.n . jirwii. .v, id af . 'r
Trfailiw ihI 1: ulil l..itllr,i ri
htiialnriU.trn-T WMtwiv.. St,) ti.ti-..
I', ft. cut ni.ff.a fcl.lr,.. 10 iil K I.ISK. I
1 .mi,.;.n..n'.il.AI ', .rr."rutu .Idi uJin.
llhnnt m...U .In. .If t VO pst .r. n .......
j.ii tu 1101 j'aU'Dtt-ti Oetolwr K l-,
So. 1 w II rrr ny In f mr iUt. nr
No. 3 will cjrr iu.too.uuU! uk,iiu insiu-r
Of no v long .uriding.
No iiwu i,fJ of enlielM, eop.ltia or oil of
WidMWiwd, that r n-rtsin V (irinlum ilyM i..,
fy ili'.troinir (tie eontintni nf i;,e v "iiv h.
ynuKiiaor t!nuirivi iuj.m.uoi. w praui;. otlirr
Prir jo. hi n n BT ALL MU OOIHTS. or
bailed relpt of prlrc,
forf hir r.rtl uKn srrid fur elrrnlar.
P . it. It X 15.1 J C. ALLAN Ui, UJ.UBKi.rt,
W reward f..r any car i Un-y will u
Wwlk,tafe slid iorv cera.
ALLAN'S MKDK'ATKD P.OLCIKS
So!. I !,y I!.M!( LAY liPOS.
MUSTACHt AND WMISirtS.
Pt- 1 .lyn.M.n,. 1. ,,vj
au-h Mwf.H ha-.., W I tol .i7. H
!'. (- htim riVi, rVffaw
Prof. Kllnr, r bis
.TMii'iiUlie tn-Atiiiints anil
f f Illllis Jian 'nn lni, .IaiiiIS
J itI ri. imiirntly uniialiil.
: ' an. I i ickiio. ledirvj
"'t' siiilmniy on Cum r and
. ril kiinlnl. Tuetiirvtft-
If fl tranriunary cum l.y Lia
I e' im-at t'A.aiiffit Omrrr
? SiAnif ... an- riTonluL
w Ao Awi, ffin.fir., Iiim vf
On n ...1 .' .
. ri... r.ir III ITrnmnill
5 5 i niuint in miiovlriir Ui
?!lrinnt of Cunrvrs or
ft 1 liitinrs. KurcarHiular",
Oiaw nd fr f ri' tr-ati. it
J41. . "'-ink, .un
. An h hUJ hiU.lch li..l a.
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
Alt 10 Till! 11KST.
Deoauae they nro tbe LIGHTEST, HANDSOJIEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Opticians and
Jowclara, ilaJe by SPENCER OITICAL CO., N.Y.
W TF 111"'" it,,,i" ynniii.' 1,1
alii 1 lil ovrrv country town, to takes
permanent local agency fur the sale of our teas.
Collin s, i.tc.,ln 1 irkagen, toconsuiui'rs. This agen
cy rciiuiri'n no pnlilliug and hut a umileratu amount
of so.leltlng, and If properly itmnntrd wli nay
troni $'" lo JI.imi tier tear. Particulars free.
Pr.on.ts Tka co . P. O. llox r3, st. l.nnls. Mo.
To Nervous Siill'erera-Tlie tirent Enroiriinneif.
rtlv-Hr.J. II. SillipoirSpeele Meilli lne.
Dr. .1 . H. Slmnsou's Sneclllc Jlerllrltie Is a tios,-
live cure for Sperrnaiorrliea, Imimtency. Weakness
and all tlisrases ri siilllng from r-lf Ah'use. as Ner
vous Debility, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
i.RHSiiiiue, iii'presslon opirnsanii nini'tloiml rle
riingemeiits of the Nervous rlvslem generally I'nlns
III nark or Bide, Loss or Memory, rrematiire Oli,
Age anil diseases
that lean to Con
ty and an early
grave, or both.
No matter bow
shattered t h e
system may lie
from excesses of
any kind, a short
mnrau of Ihls nieilii.lne will ri'Muru 11. u luat lime-
lions ami procure neaitu and happiness, where lie
fore was despondency and gloom. The Hpec.lllc
Meillrllio is ouing naeu wim wonderrui sue-
"'painpliletsseiitfrt'otonll. Write for I hem nnd
get full particulars,
Price, Specific. Jl.tOjier packBge. nr x park
ages lor fi.ue, Will be sent hy mall on receipt o
money. Address nil orders,
I. II. SIMPHUN'H MEDICINE CO,,
Nos. 1114 snd UKl Main St,. Ilnilalo, N. V.
Outfit lurnlslied tree, with full In
tructlons for coniluciing the most
IU.IIIII. ..II IMI-IIH H. HI,,, ,, c,m
engage III. The hiiali.,,.. 1. .........
to learn, ami our Instructions are so
V . 1 ' nun iiiniii. tnat any 0110 ca t
make- grea profits from lliu start. No dmi can fa.l
who Is willing to work, omen nro as success",
as men, Hoys nnd girls cn ftrn m ,,,"
Many havo made nt the business over one hum , "d
t' U V "'" i" Wl,k' Klili.K like li ",V,.r
known berori.. All who engage nre suri.rlsrl at II 1.
SuJ"1 rv"l,ll,y " w,ll,:" "Woto m k
y ur spare time at great prollt. Yniid.i mil linvu la
Invest rapllal In . Wi'tnki. nil the rink TliosS
who need ready money, should wtlrc to 11. nl o en
All furtdal,,.,! free. A.ldress TUUK it ";0 . r
Riistu. Maine, ' '
hifaifciii'l iMxrT 1 iiiiiniiinii n i wmii I'm i u i i