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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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THE FRIENDSHIP OF WOMEN-
An svlnptntlon of one of "Tho Parisian's"
Why did I not nmrrv Mtvlanio ii'Al
erlous P Well, I shall toll you why.
1 had danced with her nil the winter.
That dreamy creature adores waitin.
Her pride multn In the languor of tho
ilance.and her tine eyes nssunio a vaguo,
liquid expression that makes them re
semble two balf-submorged stars.
1 fttlt very much in love with tho
' charming widow. I found myself moro
timid in pi-esenee of her melancholy
than before the smiles of other women.
She was a woman to love. Ten years
earlier, in the heyday of my illusions, 1
should have called her an angel.
It was with a beating heart that I
opened, one morning, a olav on which
I rocognizod tho monogram of Jacque
line, and her bold, English handwrit
ing. Madamo d'Alorions invited me to
spend a few days at her country-seat,
Les Bergeries, in tho valley of Chev
reuse. 1 sent a tolcgrani of thanks.
When 1 arrived at the chateau, tho
sounds of music reached my ears. Some
one was playing the "March of Uad
07.eky" with singular energy. It was
not the suave and sweet execution of
the countess, who seems to touch tho
notes as it were w ith the tips of a ilovo'a
wings. I entered the salon. The love
ly Jacqueline held out her hand to me
and placed her linger on her lips.
A woman was seated at a piano. She
did not stop playing. 1 could hardly
see anything out her ndmirablo form,
her snow-white nock on which wero
dancing little bright golden ringlets,
- and her small, dimpled hands, brilliant
with precious stones, flying over tho
keys with tho rapidity of lightning.
Madame d'Aleiions, too, waa adorable
in a pale-blue dress, very simple, a
flower in hoi corsage, her hair smoothed
down over her forehead and falling in
a heavy roll on her neck. Tho ruche
of her dress barely revealed the white
ness of her neck.
The musician consented to close her
- piuno when dinner was announced.
She turned round. Madame d'Alor
ions introduced mo: "The Princess
Vaninka do Zent."
The princess took my hand. "I am
very glad to see you," she said; 'I havo
often heard about you."
"We are alone," resumed Madamo
d'Alerions; "my other guests havo not
I excused them with all my heart.
This dinner of three was fatally a mute
duet and a brilliant monologue.
While my lovely friend waa bewitch
ing me with her eyes, tho Princess
Vaninka continued talking incessantly.
I listened to her in spito of myself,
and I looked at her involuntarily. Hor
conversation was like her faee. It was
slrnnge, disagreeable, and delicious a
- small face absolutely foreign.' tho noso
too large; brown eyes with gold reflec
tions; an Austrian mouth, wjth purple
lips and the teeth of a mouse; an auda
cious gracefulness; a mobile physiog
nomy in which the charm sprang from
contrasts: voluptuousness in her glance
and sarcasm in her smile; a mixture of
a fairy and of a (1 win an student. A
strange little woman!
I do not know if she had wit, but she
started off at a headlong pace. Her
conversation waa piquant, sparkling,
and enveloped in her foreign accent
like jewols in lace. Often the countess
smiled, and several times she blushed.
The little princess did not minco mat
ters in hor stories of scandal a la mode.
When the timo for separation had
come, tho princess said to me:
"You ride, do you not?"
"Then we will ride together in tho
morning; but, 1 warn you, I get up ear
ly, at eight o'clock, cn route! Good
night, Jacqueline! Sloep well, ma belle
She disappeared. I remained alone
with Madame d'Alerions.
It was late. We had a long chat, a
good deal of music, and exchanged a
fow furtive, pressings of hands. Through
the open door of the grand salon tho
light of the stars entered with tho per
fume of tho park, and mingled with
tho dying lights. I imprinted burning
kisses upon lier hands.
"I lovo you, Jacqueline," I whispered
in her ear.
"Nay," sho answered, "I fear that
you are fickle." And she rose.
"Not so," I replied, endeavoring to
detain her; "give mo some token, that 1
may preserve it forever some souvenir
of this, my avowal."
She took a full-blown rose from her
corsage, and as I pressed it to my lips,
she tlod from the room.
1 passed the greater part of the night
at my window kissing that precious
flower, which contained a little of the
heart of Jacqueline. It was hardly
eight o'clock when I saw in the court
yard a horse already saddled and hold
by a groom. It was the Prince.s Van
inka' a horse. I had completely forgot
ten the princess.
I hurried down. Tho princess did
not seem to see me. She placed hor
littlo foot on the groom's large hand,
and sprang into the saddle. She wore
a bandit's felt hat with long green fefttlij
crs, that produced the strangest effect
on her blonde bead.
"Ah! there you are'." she said to me.
"I am going to start without you."
"Madame, that would be too cruel."
"liah! you will catch mo!"
In tho twinkling of an eye she was
out of Bight, followed by hor littlo
groom. 1 jumped on the back of my
mare, and five minutes later I caught
up with tho gveVn cockado in an over
arched avenue. The woods around
Chevreuse are delicious. You might
believe yourself hundreds of miles
away from Paris. Under tho thick fo
liage of tho trees babblo brooks that
spring from moss-covorcd roeks, and
flow singing between flowery banks.
As she was riding alone, tho princess
gathered armfuls of wild planta, and
1 ducked the flowers that hung within
ler reach. As sho was trying to pluck
a branch of eglantine, she gave a littlo
scream, and threw back angrily the
thorny branch. A shower of rosy pet
als fell upon hor head and upon her
- "I have never seen anything so
charming as you," I said, as 1 tried in
my turn to satiny uor fancy, and broke
off. not without a few scratches, all the
flowery branches that wo passed.
"Indeed!" she replied. "But you
ran not think me pretty. I am ugly."
"Nonsense! Can you say that without
A rapid burst of laughter escaped
from her lips.
"You. see," I said to her, "every
woman is internally conscious of hor
"I am thirsty!" said Vaninka. "Stop
a little, and help mo to dismount."
I made, a sign to tho groom, threw
tho reins to him, and jumping from my
horse, I hastened to her sido. Sho slid
into my arms with a joyous abandon
ment. Sho was always tho same mix
ture of feminlno charm and girlish care
lessness. "Let us go and drink," she said, lift
ing up her long robe. "Up there is a
little mythological spring on which you
shall give me your opinion."
And as she followed the woodland
path, boating the plants with her riding-whip,
she sang tho air of Zorliue:
La ci tlarem, hi mono."
Then breaking off, and turning round
suddenly, she said:
"Havo you ever been in lovoP"
"Yes; you are in lovo with Jacque
line. She is beautiful, Jacqueline! and
romantic, too, oh?"
"Madamo. d'Alorions is the most
beautiful person in the world.exoept "
She threw her gloves up in the air
and caught them liko a ball.
"That for your flattery!" she said.
Tho movement was so vivacious and
so droll that I could not holp laughing.
"I will wager that she gave you hor
rose! You. have it there, next your
heart. Do not reply, I am sure of it! "
Then, as if the question interested her
as little as my reply, she began to sing.
Then she wont on: "Ab, men are stu
pid! All! if I were a man, and in love,
1 should know how to manage things, I
"How would you.act?" I asked, look
ing her full in the eyes.
Sho cast upon me a glance which daz
zled mo by its inagio brilliancy, and
drawing back with her pretty laugh:
"It is not worth while explaining;
you would not understand." And she
began to sing again.
We had arrived at tho top of tho hill.
"Is not the view dolightful?" she
said. "That valley, still gray with tho
morning mist, and the river Yvette
glistening in the sun, and winding
round Chevreuse like a gray ribbon
round a basket. Ah, what a lovoly
We heard the silvery sound of the
spring flowing ovor the white pebbles.
Sho took oil' her gloves, and kneeled
down to drink greedily in her two
"Will you drink, too?" she said to
me, filling once more that cup of rosy
marble aud offering it to mo. I drank
"More?" she asked, laughing.
And I drank again, breathing in at
tho samo time the perfume of her hands.
Then I took both of them, still wet, and
covered them with kisses. 1 folt them
under my lips at once cool, burning,
and trembling. I staggered. The
blood mountea impetuously to my faco.
"Quel grand enfant vous faiteal"
sho said, seeing my confusion.
I tried to grasp her hands ogain, but
beforo I could seize them she escnpod
liko a bird that flies away, and began
to descend the hill rapidly, jumping
from stone to stone, singing, making
the stones roll down before her, and
from timo to time turning round as if
to bid me hasten my steps.
Suddenly she stopped.
"Monsieur," she criod, "Monsieur
Jacques! Como quickly! We havo
missed the road. Here is a brook bar
ring the way; what can wo do?"
"That is easily resolved, I will car
ry you across."
"Very good; but like the Queen of
Spain, you know, on ne touehe pas a la
"I soleniuly promise," I replied.
She was no heavier than a child; I
tried to hide my emotion; but, under
their lashes, hor great eyes seemed to
burn me. Her breast, too, I folt, was
heaving liko my own. A pcrfumo, I
know not what, overcamo mo altogeth
or. 1 could not resist. I approachod
her mouth to my own, and kissed her
When I dared to look at hor, sho was
pale, but sho was smiling.
"Jueques, mon chert," said she, rest
ing her blond heade on my shoulder,
"send her back her rose; I hope you do
not care for it any longer!" v
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Food and Drink
Pr. J. A. Hussell gavo a series o1
popular lectures on health, in Edinburgh
last winter. From one of these lectures
-that on "Food and Drink" we givo
a condensed statement of tho chief
practical points. As regards flosh moat,
Dr. Hussell is of tho ooinion that it is
not only expensive, but that perfect
health may bo maintained, ami hard
work can ne done without it Taken,
however, onco a day, it forms an agree
ablo variety, and cannot bo said to do
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The material of the principal dish at
dinner should bo changed often or
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in diet is to bo avoided, especially for
young peoplo. Breakfast and-dinncr
should bo the chief diets; ten-dinners
are not commended. "Kut slowly and
chew well, if you wish to livo long and
escape indigestion and low spirits."
Diet should also be regular os to time
and quantity. All food, both flesh aud
vegetable, should bo well cooked, not
eaten in a partially raw condition. For
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of a pound of oatmeal well boiled in
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ounce or an ounce- and a half of sugar
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work is done. Liebig's Essenco of Beef
is recommended as the best stiiutllant
of a reaiiy kind for fatigue; strong tea
or coffee coming next to it. As to
young peoplo, it is mentioned that fac
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teen years of ago were found to grow
four times as fast on milk for breakfast
and supper, as on tea and coffee. When
food is given too hot to children, it
damages their teeth. For tho opposite
extreme, old age, tho food should bo
very digestible, and small in quantity.
Very old peoplo are always spar in their
m i m
H. E. t'AKi'ENTMi, Esq. Henderson, N.
1 ., cureil ot i'sonasis or Leprosy, of twenty
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Janauschek's kisses aro but rare, and
they are very matronly. They come
with words that are growled Torth from
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mere touches not liko what Soldone's
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Alice Oates did some very pretty kiss
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or beer, seized her on the stago and
gave her a hug that must have made
hor ribs meet, and bestowed a paroxys
mal kiss upon her. Next night hor bus-
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navy revolver, ready to bk the top of
tho actor's head off should ho try it again
sayiug ho could furnish aH the parox
ysm wanted in that family himself.
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ISStlli;! IU urn points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives lu new York Monday
morning at lii:;tt. Thirty-six hours In advance of
any other route,
HT'Kor through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Uailroad Depot. Cairo.
J AS. dlHl.NUN, J. 11. JUNJIN,
Gen. Southern Agent. Ticket Agont.
A. II. 1IANSON, Gen. Pass, Agent. Chicago.
untamed nr new inventions, or tor lmprovomenui
on old anes ; for medical or other compounds, trade
maris aim lantus. v;avuaui, ASFigiimuuu!, iai"
ferencos, Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and
an cases arising utiucr mo raieni i.awa, promi.i-
uV l VPTVTi hy tho Patent Office may still,
llri.l FA J l rill I. mm. .... ti.tnnlud nv
us. Helnn opposite tho U. 8. Patent Denartment,
and ongagud iu Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than thoso who
are rmote from Washington. ji..uoi.h I
amlnutlona and advise aa to paU) u 1,i1',1(fr" ?'
prices low, and no ohargi. unlcsa '"V.".,
We refer In Washington, to Uon.V MmMter
General D. M. Key, Key. V. D.Powa 1 hr.
American national nana, 10 j " -'J, v :
p.i.ni nntre. and to Seiiatori and ltepresonutlvei
In Congres.! and especially to Mf oiwnu in eter,
Btatolntbi union anQiuvuoi. .
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