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Eyes of Heaven's own azure hair
waving softly back from a brood, white
forehead a mouth whose pathetic
sweetness went straight to my old
heart such was the face before me.
, A week beore. In one of the dally
! tapers 1 had advertised or a conia
on. and this was the twentieth appli
cant for the position. I was always one
to take sudden and forcible fancies, and
almost era she spoke, and disclosed a
fresh charm in her gentie musical
voice, I had determined what my
answer should be.
So, after a little, I said, kindly,
"Well, my child," I was so old and
she so yonng that that seemed the
proper way to address her "jf your
references prove as satisfactory as your
appcaranco, we will close this compact
at onco, aud if you like, to-day shall
see you installed as my young compan
ion and friend."
The delicate color rushod to her pale
cheeks only to ebb as quickly away
againas, clasping her small, gloved
hands together, she exclaimed:
"Oh, dear, I never thought of that!
I can refer you to no one; for, though
I have done no wrong, it is necessary
for me to keep my whereabouts a se
cret. But, oh, If you will lake me, I
will be so useful and helpful to you
that you will never repent it !"
Here' was a perplexing situation; al
ready I felt that my old home would
seem lonelier than before, should this
bright youug vision vanish forever
from it; still, such a proceeding was
the reverse of business-like.
That the girl was as good as she was
beautiful, I could not doubt for an in
stant Hers was not a countenance one
could be deceived in, and yet all my
life long I had hated mysteries. So I
debated within myself. The young
girl watched my face anxiously for a
moment; then, stealing to my side, she
timidly took my hand.
"Please let roe slay with yon. In
deed, indeed, . you will never be
The childlike voice, with the sad vi
bration thrilling through its soft tones,
was too much for mo. And thus Daisy
Wardecame to bo my companion,. to
brighten with her young life the dreary
stateliness of the home in which for
forty long years I had passed my soli
tary existence. But I was solitary J no
longer; at last I had an interest in my
life, aud as time pasMed I became more
and more attached to my beautiful
. From the first it was plain to mo that
she was suffering from some hidden
sorrow, aud though I respected her do
sire for secrecy and did not urge her
confidence, I could not help wondering
what the cloud could be that had spread
such a deep gloom ovecher naturally
sunny, happy nature.
By-and-by a letter came to me from
my nephew Walter the son of a broth
er long 6ince dead a bright, inspirit
ing letter, just iike his own cheery self,
infoiming me that in a month's time
he would be able to make me a short
1 hud two nephews, who, In my eyes,
embodied evory attribute that is truest
and noblest; but while I frequently had
visits from Walter," I seldom saw my
sister's son, as Lis time was too com
pletely taken up by the duties of his
chosen profession to leave him much
opportunity for pleasure.
Though 1 was well advanced in years,
and an old maid, I still was able to ro
mance a little, and now as I watched
Daisy as she flitted about the house in
her quiet, helpful way, doing just the
right thing at the right moment, I
could not help a smile curling the cor
ners of my mouth. When I bad last
parted from Walter, in his joking fash
ion, he bar, said:
"Now, Aunt Margarat, when I como
again I fchall expect you'll have a nice
little wife ..'J picked out for me."
lie came, and I was not slow to per
ceive how very charming be found my
young companion. And I was wcil
pleased, for though I knew so little
concerning her, 1 felt that she could
never have done any wrjng, and that
some time she had told me as much
she would explain the mystery which
shrouded her past life.
Matters went on, until at length
Walter obeyed his ardent impulses and
discloed to Daisy his sentiments.
It was a complete and painful sur
prise to her. When, later. Walter
came to bid me good-bye, I saw at
once that his suit had been rejected.
"Do not blame her, Aunt Margaret,"
be said, as he wrung my hand at part
ing. "If Bho cannot love me it is my
misfortune not her fault."
He was gone, and losing no time,
with mv heart full of indignation, I
I had set my mind upon the match,
for I had s begun to dread the tinio
which, sooner or later, must inevitably
come when she should tell me she must
leave me, and I had hoped that if she
bocamo Walter's wife it would take no
very strong inducements to cause him
to consent to make his home with me.
I found the child in teaw, and when
I saw the pain in her truthful face my
anger melted away.
"lie is a noble fellow, Duisy," I said.
"Why could you not care for him?"
The drooping face flushed a rosy red
as she confessed the reason.
"Because, my doar friend, though
there is nothing but sorrow for me in
that love, my heart is already given to
. Suddenly she crept closo to my side.
"Miss Wyntram, she said, "I have
told you so much that now I am going
to confide to you the whole of my sad
As I listened, I understood why my
darling's face had never lost the sad
Iathos which was its habitual express
on. She bad been brought up in affluence
as the only and idolized child of a
wealthy father; but suddenly, without a
moment's warning, death had lnvadod
their borne and stricken down ber lov
ing, watchful parent, leaving her
alono. i ' v '
Then bis lawyer tho fathar of the
lover, with whom she had plighted ber
trothhad come to ber, and with a
few words bad cut, as it were, the
ground from beneath ber feet From
papers which he had found in bis do-,
ceased cliont'a private desk, be bad dis
covered that alio was no blood relation
u .film sue Lad called "father." but
foundling taken from an asyium, oi;
whose namo and paroutage no one
"I could not help but notice that Mr.
Kendal's manner at the name I start
ed was not tho same as it bad been
when he doomed me the daughter and
heiress of his wealthy client, and his
next words showed me my perceptions
bad been true ones.
" 'As things are, my dear young la
dy,' be said, suavely, Mo you not think
it would bo the proper thing for you to
return to my son his freedom ? Let me
be .rank with you. My son is am
bitious, and if he marries well, has a
brilliant futuro before bim. He has an
aunt an old and exceedingly fastidi
ous person who adores him; but if by
uniting himself to one without name
or lineage be should lower himself in
ber estimation, be would, beyond
doubt, lose all chance of the large for
tune to which, with a cousin, he is co
heir.1 I was proud, and, though hurt
to the quick, I hid as best I could, my
tain, and wrote as desirod. Then I
left the home which was no longer
mine. I knew that my betrothed
would leave no stone unturned to in
duce me to change my determination,
and I feared lest in his dear presence
my pride should give way. In looking
over the paper I saw your advevti ic
ment; the rost you know."
"Would you mind telling me your
lover's first namo, Daisy?" f asked.
"It is Roland?" she answered.
I know that Daisy felt happier after
her confidence in me,. and each day as
it went by only strengthened the tics of
affection between us; while into my
mind had entered a pleasant assurance,
for (though why, I will not now Bay) I
know that 1 had no need to dread a
lonely future without the winsome com
panion 1 had learned to lean so upon.
Two weeks went by and one evening
we sat in the library. Daisy was read
ing aloud with tho full glow of the
lamp-light falling over tho lovely face,
while I, with my knitting sat a little
back in the shadow.
A light stop came up the stairs,
through the hall, and paused by the
All unconsciously, Daisy read on, her
young voice making sweet music in tho
Suddenly a rich voice I well know,
with a ring of passionate joy in its
tonus, which brought the sympathetic
tears to my old eyes, exclaimed:
"Daisy! my own! Found at last!"
With a glad wondering cry she
sprang to her feet,
"Rolaud! is it can it be you?"
"Yes, my darling, it is your Roland,
and the nephew of this dear old lady,
but for whom this blissful moment,
might never have come to us."
Taking the surprised girl iu bis
arms, he kissed her on her . beautiful
mouth; then he led her to mo.
"Aunt Margaret," he said, "when I
learned, a year past, from my father,
in his last illness, the truth, which ho
hud withheld from mo till then, of
what Lad passed between him and
Daisy, I made a vow to find her,
though I grew old in the soarch. But
my heart nad grown heavy within my
breast, and hope had all but left me,
when I received your letter, telling me
of your suspicions that your dear com
panion and she whom I loved was one
aud the same. So I came. 1 have al
ways loved you more as a son than a
nephew, and now it is to you that I
owe the happiness of my life!"
They were married, and the wish of
my heart was gratified, for Daisy never
Years have passed since then, and
soon we are expecting a visit from Rol
and's cousin Walter and his bride.
Thus all things have worked, togeth
er for the best, and it would be hard to
find a happier old woman iu tho world
than I am to-day.
True to Life.
An old lady of Louisville kept it up
in this style for half an hour, at tho
druggist's, and with the following re
sult: Old Lady "How much is this bot
tle?" Druggist "One dollar and thirty
cents, ma'am, if you take but one, or
$12 a dozen."
O. L. "How did you say I must
D. "You must keep it on its sldo,
ma'am, until you want to use it."
O. L. "Yes. Well, my daughter
told me to get this funicular prepara
tion. It's the right kind, isn't it?"
D. "0 yes, ma'am.. We only keen
that brand." 1
O. L. "How much did you nay it
D. "One dollar and thirty cents a
single bottlo; bet if you take a doz
en" O. L. "I thought you said it was
only $1 a bottle."
D. "If you take a dozen "
O. L. "Did you say it must be kept
on tho side until it's used?"
D. "Yes, ma'am; and if you un
cork it, it must all be used at once."
O. L. "You're sure it's the rierht
brand?" . B,
D. "O, yes; we koop no"
O. L. "A dollar a bottlo?"
D "If you take a dozou; hut $1.30
"0. L. "I thought you said $1 a
D "If you take a dozen."
O. L. "But 1 don't want a dozen."
D "Then a single bottle will be
O. L "And it must bo kept on its
side until used?"
D. "Yes, ma'am."
0. L. "Well, I've a great mind to
take a bottlo. I think it's what my
daughter wanted mo to get. Do you
sell loss than a bottle?"
D. "No, Ma'am."
CMnh"An(i whol 8iDSl0 botlle 13
D. "Yes, ma'am."
O. L.-Woll, I think I'll go home
and talk to my daughter about it
Hew much did you say it was?"
Dr. Carver, the famous American
rifle shot, now in Englaud, was chal
lenged by a marksman called !) Jonirb.
who was said to be a Boer from tho
Transvaal and a great shot They shot
several matches, when it transpired
that Mr. De Jongh was Ira Paine, a
well-known professional of New York.
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M!V?In'? i8 CRPllftl punlshmont-es-peclally
when you're hanging on some
good-looking girl's arm.
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY' MORNING, JULY
Interior of a Dutch Home, .
At eight o'clock the suppaan-bell wss
wrung a signal that work was over
for tho day. And here just a brlof glance
at the interior of tho Dutch home. Tho
kitcjjon fireplaces wore enormous-largo
enough to roast a whole sheop or hog
and over the crackling hickory logs,
suspended on hooks and trammols, bub
bled and hissed the large iron poU aud
kettles. Hero the family gathered,
while by the light of the glowing lire
and tallow dip, jufvrouws spun thoir
linen and tho burghers smoked their
pipes. In the parlor that reverenced
apartment of slato was a similar large
. fireplace, with its hickory back-log,
and its shovol and tongs keeping guard
over the andirons (or fire-dogs) and
fender. The chimney-jambs were in
laid with parti-colored tiles of scriptur
al designs brought from Holland, and
were extremely quaint The round tea
" table stood in tho parlor, the large
sqt'are dining-table iu the kitchen, or
family living-room. Iu one corner
stood the old Dutch clock no doubt
the grandfather's tolling the year,
month, day aud hour, the rising and
sotting of the moon, and when each
hour struck sending forth in silvery
tones some nntiquo air.
In still another corner stood the Hol
land cupboard, with its glass-doors,
displaying tho family plate and china.
There was the massive tankard, tho
rjchly-engraved punch-bowl, the shell
shapod sugar-bowl, with provisions for
the "bite and stir," aud the ooma, or
sifter, for cinnamon and sugar. On the
top stood a decanter of large size, al
ways filled with rum. and beside it a
piece of cow's horn, smooth at each
end and, hollow, tipped with silver.
And every morning before breakfast
Mynheer must "take a horn" as an ap-
Eetizer, hence tho origin of the term,
n another corner stood the hugo oak
en, iron-bound chest, brimful of tine
linen, of home production. Later this
gave place to the "chest of drawers,"
with i's brass rings and koy-holes. Ou
tho wall hung the pipo-case of mahog
any, with the drawer underneath for
tobacco. Evory house of pretension
had its cock-loft iu the steep roof for
house-slaves. In tin middle of the hall
was the "hoist-door," through which
the wheat was hoistod up by a crane
and stored in the loft Ovor tho front
door was a sholf, with steps leading up
to it Hero was placed a largo tooac-co-bot,
always kept filled, and for every
one to help himself. On the parlor
walls hung the dim portraits of rela
tives in the Vaterland, and "ye sconce,
a uaDging candlestick, with a mirror
to reflect ye ravs."
Glowing Description of a Happy Couple.
A reporter on a S-m Francisco paper
wroto tlm following account of his
hated rival's marriage: "The brido
was '.-adiant in a beautiful lavcudor silk
drew, with orange wreath and six-button
No 9 kid gloves, slightly burst in
tho thumbs. Tho groom wa3 as
straight as a blark cloth suit construct
ed by the best tailor on Tehama street
could mako him, and as red iu the
face as was consistent with a pair of
boots two sizes too small, and a No. 13
collar encircling his manly 16J inch
neck. Fortunately, before tho ceremo
ny was ovor, the retaining button on
tho back of his shirt flow out and saved
him from strangulation."
A writor gave the title of the Look
to his "searcher," and the latter iu a
few weeks handed his employer dozens
of notices, criticisms, reviews, etc.,
cullod from all the loading journals
and magazines of Europe. This search
er is a subscriber to one of tho Hallos
de Lecture, of which thcro are manv in
Paris, and there he spends most of his
day in running rapidly over all the
newspapers and reviews published in
a dozen different languages. Ho has
beside him a list of the names of his
Ealrons and their works, and wherever
e sees any printed allusion to one of
them, the "searcher" makes a copy of
h aim at once mans mo samo to mo
interested party. Being "retained" bv
several literary men, the "searched'
makes a very good living out of his
profession, but it must be rather woari
sonio, nevertheless. Han Francisco
Bt-fore a mau cries over spill .'lilk
he should be sure that tho milk is puro.
The Natural Wealth of Ireland,
Extraordinary misconception appears
to prevail with regard to the natural
wealth of Ireland. It is known that
tho density of the population of that
island is less than one half of that of
the population of England and Wales.
It is kuown that distress is not infre
quent, that famine at times recurs, that
runts are much lower than !n the sinter
kingdom, and it is commonly assumed
that all this is due to the natural disad
vantages of the soil or climate; that the
fertility of Ireland not such as to
support the natural increase of tho
f lobulation, and that emigration on a
arge scale is necessary to prevtut that
island from devouring Lur children,
after tho fashion of Saturn of old. It
is true that giviitdilllciilty exists in the
way of obtaining any such clear idea of
the actual capabilities of Irolaud as
would at onco aud eft ictually destroy
this assumption. From mich experi
ence of tho conduct of public works in
Ireland, as well us from such sources
of official information as aro accessible,
wo have collected a fow facts, which
aro of no litllo interest at the present
lime. Tho natural wealth of Ireland is
immense; and tho field that she offurs
for the application both of capital and
of labor is one that would yield the
most lucrative returns, if the same de
gree of industry and patient skill wero
applied that has produced such striking
effects in analogous parts of England?
In natural products, vegetable, animal,
in abundant fisheries, iu noble inland
waterways, iu noil that will repay tho
utmost expenditure of it in labor, in
climuto that adds an unusual pro
ductiveness to tho soil, for sultahlo
croos of mining wealth from which tin
and zlno alono ore absent or perhaps
it would bo more truthful to say, h:vo
not yuLbwon procured, Ireland ollcn a
field for industry, as far as the physical
nature of the country is concerned, to
which it would bo dllllcult to liud a
rival iu any part of the Old World.
Tho main want of Ireland is patient
and intelligent iiubntrr.
A Ministerial Statement.
Rev. C, A. Harvey, D. D., is the popular
financial secretary of Howard University,
and u specially fitted to judge of merit aud
demerit. Id a recent letter from Washing
ton to a friend be said : "I have for two
years past been acquainted with the remedy
known as Warner's Safo Kidney and Liver
Curo, and with its rouiarkablo curative
efficiency in obstinate and so-called incura
ble cases of Bright's disease in this city. Id
some of these cases, which seemed to be in
the last stages, aud which had been given
up by practioncrs of both schools, tho
speedy change wrought by this remedy
seemed but little less than miraculous. I
am convinced that tor Bright's dlseaso in
all its stages, including the first symptoms,
which seem so slight but are so dangerous,
no remedy heretofore discovered can be
held for one moment in comparison with
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
Japanese cement is mac oy mixing
powdered rice with a little cold water,
and thcu gradually adding boiling
water until the desired consistency is
acquired, caro being taken to keep it
stirred. Lastly, boil for one minute a
a tin saucepan. This cement is very
Btrong and nearly colorless.
The Episcopalians of Jobstown, an
obscure village down in Jersey where
Lorillard keeps his stables, aro happy.
Ho promised if ho wou.rf.he Derby ho
would build a new church for them,
and they say he always keeps his word.
Iroquois may bo said then to have won
a big victory both for religion and
Good Words from Druggists.
"Malt Bitters are the best 'bitters.' "
"They promote sleep and ally nervous
"Best Liver and Kidney medicine w
"They knock the 'Chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them.'
"Malt Bitters have so rivals in this town
"Best thing for nursing mothers we have.
"We like to recommend Malt Bitters."
Mrs. Seigfried, Marion, 0., says Thomas'
Eclectnc Oil was triumphant iu her case
she used it for a severe cold and pain in
side, and was relieved in a few minutes
Paul G. Schuh, agent.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
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Astnma, lironcintis, Coughs, Catarrh, an
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It is simply marvelous how quickly con
Btipation, biliousness and sick headache aro
cured by "Sellers' Liver Pills." Price 2
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