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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1881.
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THE WHITE SATIN DOMINO,
Tbo iuiiol of N:iiol!Oii'g carot.T,
when nl its wniili, is full of romantic
lulvoiittiies as connocleil with tho his
tory of tins nflii'CrV livts that soi veil
iimlor tlm rri'oat captain. Hu was iiick
to obsoivo iiii'tit (tint prompt to re want
it, Binl this it w as tliat, inaiie his follow
eiH ho devoted to liim, ami so anxious
to li.tin;riii.sh thonmclvoH by prowess in
Lntllo, ami strict soldiorly comiuct in
Coloiifl Kupjeno Mervillo was nn at
tat lu; of Napoloon's stall'. Ho was a
MMi;r in tho tmo nonse of the word
ilcvottid to his profession, and brave as
a lion. Though vnry handsome, and
r.f line bmtriiio-, he was of humW-t
birth a more child of tho camp, and
had followed tho ilium and bnglo from
boyhood. Every sU-p in the line of
promotion had been won by the stroke
of his sabre; and his last promotion
from major of cavalry was for a gallant
deed which transpired on the battle-tii-ld
bt ni'itth tho Emperor b own rye.
Murat, that prince of cavaliy oflicors,
loved him liko a hrotlier, and taught
him all that his own good taste and
natural instinct had not led him to ac
It was the carnival season In Paris,
and jouiifl! Mervillo found himself at
the marked ball in the French Opera
II'.uso. Hettcr adapted in his taste to '
the hold than the boudoir, he flirts but
little with the gay figures that cover
the floor, and joins but seldom in the
giddy wait. 15ut at last, while stand
ing thoughtfully, and regarding tho as
sembled throng ili. u vacant eyc,iii
all Miti'.M' 'vufi Mi.he ulj arottucd by tho
appearance of a person in a white sat
in) domino, the universal elegance of
whose figure, manner and bearing con
vinced all that her face and ruinu must
lie eiial to her person in grace aud
Though in no mixed an assembly,
Mill there was a dignity aud reserve in
the manner of the white domino thnt
rather reputed the idea of a familiar
address, and it was some time before
the young soldior found courage to
speak to her. Some alarm being giv
en, there wiw a violent rush of the
throng toward tho iLmu where, tiulcss
a-sisled, tho lady would have material
ly suffered. Eugeno Mervillo offered
his arm, and with his broad shoulders
and stout fram warded off tho danger.
It was a delightful moment; the iiuly
spoke tho pure-t French; was witty.faii
ciftil and caplivalin.'.
"Ah! lady, pray raio that mask, and
reveal to mo the charms of feature that
Must acroinpany so sweet a voice aud
no graceful f u ni as you posss."
"Vou would perhaps bo disappoint
ed.'' "No, I am sure not."
"Ant you so very confident?"
"Yes. I feel that you are beautiful.
It cannot bo otherwise."
"Don't ' too sure of that," said tho
doinino. "Have you never heard of
tlitt Irish poet Moore's story of tho
veiled prophet Khonissan how. when
he disclosed his countenance, its hid
eous aspect killed his beloved one?
Mow do urn know I lint. I shall not turn
out a veiled prophet of Khoras.-anP"
"Ah, lady, jour every word convinc
es rue to tho contrary," replied the en
raptured soldier, whose, heart began to
fe d as it had never felt before; ho was
already in love.
She eluded his efforts at discovery,
but permitted him to hand her to her
carnage, which drove off in tho dark
ness, and though ho throw himself
upon his fleetest horse, ho was unablo
to overtake her.
The young French colonel became
moody; he had lost his heart, and
knew not what to do. Ho wandered
hither and thither, shunned his former
places of amusement, avoided his mili
tary companions; and, in short, was as
miserable as a lover could well be,
thus disappointed. Ono night, just af
ter ho Imd left his hotel on foot, a
liguro muffled to tho very ears stoppod
"Well, monsieur, what would you
with moP" ii-kod tho soldier.
"Yon would know tho uamo of tho
white domino?" was tho reply.
"I would, Indeed," replied tho of
licer, hastily. "How can it be dono?"
"To tho end of tho earth, if It will
bring mo to her."
"Hut you must bo blindfolded."
"Step Into this vehicle."
"I am at your command."
And away rattled the young soldier
aud his strango companion.
"This may bo a trick," roasonod
Eugone Mervillo; "but I have no fear
of personal violence I am armed with
this trusty sabre, aud can take care of
Hut thoro was no civuio for foiu'.eiuce
tie soon found the vehicle stopped, ana
he was led blindfolded into a house.
When the bandage was removed from
his eyes, lie found himself In a richly
furnished boudoir, and before him stood
tho doinino fust its ho had met her at
tbo masked ball. To fall upon his
kueos, and toll her how much ho hud
thought of her since thoir separation,
that Ids thoughts had never left her,
that he loved hor dovotodly, was as
natural as to breathe, and ho did so
most gallantly and sincerely.
"Shall I bolievo all you sny?"
"Lady, let mo prove it by any test
you may put upon me." '
"Kuow, then, that the feelings you
avow are mutual. Nay, unloose your
arm from my waist. I have something
more to say."
''Talk on forever, lady! Your voico
is music to my heart and ears."
"Would you marry mo, knowing no
mora of me than you now do?"
"Yes, if you were to go to the very
altar masked!" ho replied.
"Then I will test you."
"For one year bo faithful to tho love
you have professed, and I will bo yours
as truly as Heaven shall snare my
"(), cruel, cruel suspense!"
"Nay lady; I shall feifil your injunc
tion as I have promised."
"If at tbe expiration of a year you
do not hear from me. tho contract
shall bo null aud void. Take this half
ring," she continued, "and when I
supply the broken portion I will hu
Ho kissed the little emblem, sworo
again and again to bo faithful, and,
pressing her hand to his lips, bade hor
adieu. He was conducted away again
as mysteriously as he had been brought
thither, nor could ho by any possible
means discover where he hail been, his
companion rejecting all bribes, and
even refusing to answer the simplest
Months rolled on. Colonel Mervillo
was true to his vow, and happy in the
anticipation of love. Suddenly he was
ordered on an embassy to Vienna, that
gayest of all European capitals, about
the time that Napoleon was planning
to marry tho Archduchess Maria Iou
isa. The young colonel was handsome,
manly, and already distinguished in
aims, and became at once a great fa
vorite at court, every effort being mado
by the women to captivate him, but in
vain; he was constant and true to his
But his heart was not made of slone;
tho very fact that ho had entertained
such tender feelings for tho white dom
ino had doubtless made him more sus
ceptible than before. At last ho met
the young Baroness Caroline Waldorff,
and iu spite of his vows she captivated
him, ami ho secretly cursed the engage
ment ho had so blindly made in Paris.
Site seemed to wonder at what she be.
lieved to bo his devotion, and yet tho
distance thnt he maintained. The truth
was, his senso of honor was so great,
that although he felt ho really loved
the young baroness, and even that she
returned uis affection, still he had giv
en his word, and it was sacred.
The satin domino was no longer tho
ideal of his heart, but assumed the
most repulsive form in his imagination,
aud became, iu place
anoel. ins evil genius !
Well, time rolled on; ho was to re
turn in a few days; it was once more
tho carnival season, anil iu Vienna.too.
that gay city. He joined in the festiv
ities of' the masked ball, and what won
der filled his brain when about tho
middle of the evening the white dom
ino stood before him, in the same white
satin dress ho hail seen her wear a year
before at the French Opera House in
Paris. Was it not a fancy?
"I come, Colonel Eugene Merville,
to hold you to your promise," she said,
laying a hand lightly upon his arm.
'Is this reality or a dream?" asked
the Hiua.cd snldier.
'Conic, follow me, ami jou shall see
that it is a roality," continued the
"Have you been faithful to your
promise?" asked the domino, as they
retired to a neighboring saloon.
"Most truly in act, but, alas! I fear
not in heart."
"It is too true, lady, that I huve seen
and loved another, though my vow to
you has kept mo from saying so to
"Aud who is this that you thus lovo?''
"I will bo frank with you, and you
will keep my secret?"
"It is tho Baroness Von Waldorff,"
ho said, with a sigh.
"And you really lovo hor?"
"Alas, only too dearly," said tho
"Nevertheless, I must hold you to
your promise Here is tho other half
of tho ring; can you produce its mate?"
"Here it is," said Eugeno Mervillo.
"Then I, too, keep my promise!"said
tho domino, raising her -'mask, and
showing to his astonished view the
face of tho Baroness Von Waldorff.
"Ah, it was the sympathy of truo
love that attracted me, after all!" ex
clainiod the young soldier.as he pressod
her to his heart.
She had soon and lovod him for his
manly spirit aud character, and, hav
ing found by inquiry that he was wor
thy of hor lovo, she had managod this
delicate intrigue, and had tested him,
and now gavo to hiui her wealth, title,
and every thing.
They were marriod with great pomp,
and accorapaniod tho archduchess to
Paris. Napoloon, to crown tho happi
ness of his favorite, mado Colonel
Eugeno Merville at once General of
A loiter from Italy says tho young
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parents make every article of their
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Uerr Herbst, a prominent Austrian
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tho Roichsrath that militarism was ruin
ing, financially, European countries,
ftud that America's prosperity was duo
to the absonee thereof. Ho said that
Amerioa would soou bcoomo the cred
Itor of Europe
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CPKCIAL ASSKSMENT MTll'E.8I'ECIAL
k5 WAUHANT NO I.
I'liltllc notice i luTiliy (.-Iven that the, ronnty
roiirt of Alexnmler county lm retulered jitdt'iiieiil
for n epeclul Heei'Hunetit upon property lienefltted
U v t In- lollowitiu Iniproveiiii til, vir.: . ill" conelruc
tiou anfrec.orilnii-tlc ii oflilealk in Kloi k nuni
lier I, '2. 3, 1, V, :i. M. Hi, 17, ST. '", ill, M,
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W. till. Ttl. ',T, city of Cairo.
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M, 75, H.,K, I11 tin-Klr-l ndilltiou to tho rlly of
Cairo, mul Mock I In the neroinl aililittou totlie city
of Ciiiro, a will more hilly appear trntn thecerlifled
1 opy oribu Jiidninetit on die (it tlio oll'o of tlio
t ily clerk of the r.ltv of C'turo Unit a wnrrnM, for Hie
colleellon of audi HHMenBiiient I I11 1 he hand of
the iindei-Himied. All peraoti intereeted nro liero
hy notified tMi all mid pay the amount iini-Hed, lit
tlie coiit-rtor olllce al the Alexander county ltmiK
within thirty iluy. of the (late lierof.
THOMAS. I. KKKTII,
City 'l'reaiircr ami Ex-otllcio city Colltutor.
Dated, thl '.'illi day of Ailcuat, W
Tubllc notice i hereby Biven that on the Siith
day ol September. A, I). hi, at. SirliiKlleld, III.,
nu apfillciilloii will be made to tlm Mnuoriihle Shel
by M tJtillom, a u'overnor ol'thii eliits ol Illlnola
to huve the reiileiu ol'.leiue K. Jlcl.oiiitbry. who
nl tho July term, A. I). IS7!, of the Alexander cmtu
ty circuit court wa ei.'titenced to tho penltentliiry
at .lo'let, III,, for the term of Iwulvo yoitra, lor tlio
oHc.naeiif huritlatv, coiiiioiileil. When ud where
any perxon oppoHeil to utd rotiimiilntlon eiiu hp
r'iir and relt aalil Hpplicatliiii ll'liu eue III so to
Dated thl SMh dny of Au'ut, A . D. lHt.
,IAMtS K, Mi I.OL'OlIHV,
Ily ANUUH I.KEK.
Benj. F. Giukton, Story B. Ladd
IUliikut E. Taink.
I. ft to Comnilenlouer of 1'atenta,
PAINE, ORAFTON i LADI),
Attorney st-Lsw and Solicitor of America! and
412 Firm street, wabiiinuton, o. c.
Practice patont law In all It branches In the
ralentOfV.ee. and In tho Huoreme and Circuit
Court of the United Status, Fuinphlet sont free
on tecoipi ol atamp lor ponauo.
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Croup and Diphtheria, eto
Aa arreeahle form ofUk
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lizet of all our good.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It l attnated In Pope County, Illinois. In a pnr
of the Ozark Monntalnt, half way between Vienna
and Uolcorda. It
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TC'E IN ABUNDANCE. The table Is ipread
1 with all the delicacies of the season. The
water are mineral, appetlt Ins and health ulvmir.
and their beneficial eltecta are fult Immediately.
J. lUtKUWJji l'roprietor.
I'll hi 1c notice i hereby given that in pursuance
1 1 an order and decree made and entered hy aud In
the county court of Alexander county, tnt of II
liuoi,at the Auviiellerm ibureor, 1H1, in certain
ciiiir wliereiu the tinderlned na a Imlniatrator
ofthecelate of William I) Callahan, deccaaed, and
ailiiilniatratar with tho will annexed of lilcuard
O'Callahau, decenaed. wa petitioner and Thoniua
O't'Hllahnn, Adalitin Kenulaton anil Allri-d Math
ew warn ilelundutit, the uudereiuned will, on
Wedneadny, tho 211 day of September, A. I)., lWjl.
ut thu hour of two o'clock p, ru., at tho frnnt door
ol I he court houae iu Cairo, In raid county, oiler
for Mile lothe hlKheat bidder for rash in hand, lota
mi ni her four (I) 111 hlock nnmher forty (40) In isld
city of Cairo, and lot number ieen (7) in block'
number nineteen (III), aud lot nilinber forty-two
(4J) In block number twenty ('.in, both In the f'lrtt
addition to rati! city of Cairo
Cslrn, 111.. Augnatai, InsI. Adinliilatrator, etc..
MUTUAL All) SOC1KTY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE 1NSUK
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrgiinlneilJulv lttli, 1877, Uuiler the Laws 0
I ho State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
!, 11177, 1'nder Aftoft'onnrcss.
P. (I. HClirn President
('. T. KI'DIl Vice President
.1. A. MH.DHTINK Treaaorer ,
J.J, (iOHI)DN Medical Adviaer
THOMAS I.BWIS SecraUry
JOHN (,'. WHITE Aaslstant Secretary
K X KCUT1 V10 COMMlTTKKi .
II. I.KKIIITON. I., b. TIIOMAH.
J, V. WHITE, W. r. PITCHER,
J. 8. McUAHKY.
William Htrattou, of Stratton A Bird, wholesale
itrocur; Paul O. Kchuh, wholesale and retail dru-
Slat; Haien Lultfhton, cnaimllon merchant; Js.
. Mcllahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Uordon, phys
ician; J. a. iioKiamie, oiuomaiino Koawata,
wholesale and retail dry Kood. etc; Wtn.F, Pitcli-
er, ueneral aitent; Ilonrr B. Kill, city printer and
book hinder; Choelny llsyues, Cooper; J'jo. O.
Whitu, assistant secretary and solicitor: Alburt
l.ewl. dealer In flour and grain ; V. Uross, preal
.e. . n..Kii1,.ii,1HH.Hu.HL,e itr ii. ...
ui-111 nmjiamiT vuuu.i imu. , a. . xiuuuriVK.
contractor and builder 1 Cyrus Clone, venerat
anent; Tiiomits Lewi, secretary and attorney ai
law; !., 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. K.
Ktiei, contractor and Milliter; t 1. itnaii
eneutli Kt, L. N. O. rallsoil;Moes Phillips, rar-
tieuter; 11. A. Cbtimbley, contractor, ratro, in.
Rev. ,1. bpencer, cler(vmati,Ht Iiiil. Mo. ; l, H.
lieiniine, circuit ciera, iiiippi eouuij, uiir
Ion. Mo, ; .1. H. Mwire . lawver, t'ouintereo, Mo,
I). Hlnaletarv, phvaliUn, Arllnstou, hy. J J. W.
Tarry, phvalclau. Kttltou. Kr.; Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Mtirrv, Kv.i A. Bleliihach, inamusclurer of .ad
dlerv, Evansvlllo, Ind 1 Ike Aodersoti, socryUry
to stiporltiU'ndont C,. Ht. UN O. rsl road, Jack
Mn.Teun.iJ. Roborloti, phvlclan, while
vlllii. Tenn. I Thorn A. Oaborn, harne maker,
Rollvsr, T.un. t Win, I.. Walker, "Dllle Adv.r
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