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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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K. A. HUltNKTT,
Publisher and 1'ronrletor.
Fucli a prutty bewitching face, troub
li'd though H in, with a hiihicioii(if u-nrn
in tin; gi'cut brown oy ami a hciimUvo
quiver iirmiml tliti mobile lips.
'It in too Lin! tlutt you .should bo
ulibtcJ, Nina; but I nujijtose tlm (ira
Ikuiih think that you ure but a child yet
too young for partiox."
Tho brown eyt s AiixIhhI.
"I nni not a child, though you may
wihh to kwp imi so; and if I am disiip
jioint(!il, it in no, womltT, for Dr. (ira
ham arid his sister have always M-enied
to liko mo, and now I alone of all tho
girl am left out."
Tho first speaker shrugs her shoulders
rw sin; replies, uniiling a little:
Excuse me, Miss Nina, for not think
ing seventeen to bo a moU vcnerahlo
age. lint another time I'd be a liltlo
more delicate about saying that you
, think people liko you, for you may run
the risk of making the same mistake a
It is evident you have now."
Nina does not answer her coum's
taunt, but tho rosy color raises Hiid
bathes her eloquent face in one tide of
indignation as nho turns and goes into
"Conceited little thing!" Edna t-jneu-lates
as she looks after her. "So Dr.
(iraharn likes her. does be?"
For tho bust twelve years of her life
Nina Ogdon has Immii an inmate of the
Eltings home, ever ninoo her mother,
dying, left her orphan child to her sis
ter's care and love.
It cannot bo justly said that the girl
has lacked for care; but the love has
been sadly niif.sing. Mrs. Kiting has a
narrow unloving nature, and never has
understood, or cared to, the full mean
ing of that word charity.
Having one daughter of her own, all
the alTectioti she is capable of feeling
has been bestowed upon her to the ex
clusion of the gentle girl whom Provi
dence has placed in her keeping.
The most eligible match in I'ose
mount (as Edna expresses it) is cer
tainly l)r. Eaunt (irahain. Handsome,
linely educated, and well supplied with
this world' it goods, it is no wonder that
the young physician has mado himself
& general favorite.
For a long time Edna has set her
mind titxm captivating and bringing to
her feet this prize; but though she has
dressed herself charmingly, and manag
ed to meet him whenever his profession
al duty hits brought him to the houso,
she cannot help but see that as yet her
point has not lcen gained.
Nina's bright eyes, too, have found a
charm in Launt Graham's noble face
that has drawn her fancy irresistibly to
him; but that he has given more than a
passing thought to her little self sho
dtfs not dream, though, a.s sho has
said, she has seen that he liked her.
And now invitations have been sent
out for a very unique kind of lawn-party,
to be given at the pleasant home where
Dr. (irahant and his maiden sister live.
It is to be a character-party, each guest
being required to represent some noted
creation of fiction, and to go masked, so
as to keep up the mystery as long as
Hut though all the young ladies of
the village nave been a'ked, Nina alone
has received no invitation.
Edna's taunting words do not die
away this time from her cousin's mind
as readily as tlioy generally do. but stay
and rankle and bear the fruit finally of
a daring idea.
I will not be left out," thinks little
Nina. "Edna has all the fun, and I all
the work. I will go, but no one will bo
any the wiser, for before the timo counts
for unmasking I will disappear."
Tho afternoon arrives at last, and
Mrs. Elting ii4 Lady Teazle, and her
daughter as Juliet a character nature
has certainly not lilted her for have
gone. It is not long before a quaint little
Nina is very dainty about all the be
longings of tier tiny room, and some
time since from her slender store of
pocket-money she had purchased a piece
of caily-llowcreil chintz with which
make coverinsrs and haniriii'rs.
A few moments' diligent perusal of a
particular part of "llarnaby Kuuge,"
and a few eveninirs of work after all tho
rest have retired, have sufficed for her
clever lingers to fashiou a very pretty
Dolly arden costume.
And so. with her tell-tale curls comb
cd high up on hor head, ami hidden
beneath a dainty hat, also evolved from
her own inventive conius; Nina starts
for tho nartv.
There is such a throng that she has
no dillleulty m keeping out or tlio way
of her cousin, whose keen eyes she fears
may recognize her. despite her mask.
but tho bright hours fly swiftly by, and
Nina knows that tho timo has come
when sho must slin awav.
I will steal unnoticed into the lilao
path, and take oft' my mask," sho thinks
to herself, "and from there it is but a
step to tho cato,
lUit, standing with his back to tho
gate as she approaches it, she sees, to
her consternation, Dr. iii'aiiam s won
known form. His mask is in his hand,
and ho is seemingly lost in reverie. . Ho
looks up as her light step falls upon his
ear. , , ,
"Why, Miss Nina! Whither a way so
cariyr" no exclaims gaily, coming for
ward with outstretched hand.
With a little cry Nina starts back, flll
, ed with a sudden sense of how wrong
' i i . . ..."
sue nas neon in coming, ami what
rude forward girl ho must think her.
Tho color bathes all her face In
crimson glow . as, clasping her small
bunds together, sue says earnestly
"l'lease do not detain me, Mr. Gra
ham, for if my aunt knows I have been
hero slie will lie very angry. 1 must go
at once, and I wish, oh! X wish I had
Then, beforo ho has Um'6 to speak,
she has opened tho gate and is gone.
"Is your cousin indisposed, that she
did not accompany you to-day, Miss
EdnaP" ho asks, a short jvliife later,
when, their iwognito dropped, the
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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY.
guests aro all assembled in tho drawing-
"Oh no; she's ouito well," Edna an
swers cureleswly. llut marumn thinks
her too young to go into society as yet,
and tho child herself is very diilldent."
Dr. Graham is satisfied. He has put
two RTiii Iwn fxn.llinr. nnl. tlirrmrrh
Nina's words anX terrified rnannor, to
gether with Eiliui's answer to his query,
10 has arrived pretty closely at tho
"Too young! Why, she's moro a wo
man now than her frivolous cousin will
ever be! I fear that poor little Nina's
lot at her aunt's is something akin to
the Cinderella of the fairy tab;. I- won
der what Mrs. Elting will say when I tell
her what is in my muni concerning her
niece if she wilisay she i 'too young?"
, l he day niter the party, and again
the following week, Dr. (irahain calls
at the Eltings' home, but he sees evcry-
ono save tho one lie wishes most to
Poor Nina's escapade has been dis
covered, and she is in digrace. Tho
Dolly, Varden dress, spied by Edna's
rving eyes, has convicted her.
IJut, his mind oneo made up, Launt
Graham is not one to be thwarted, and
he has determined to wait no longer to
learn the answer to a question , ho has
longed luni in his heart.
So, taking his pen, he writes to Nina
a manly siraightl'orward letter, telling
icr of the love, strong and tender, he
cherishes, for her, and. asking tier to
make his happiness by becoming his
J lavs goby and merge into weeks, un
til three have down, but no answer from
Nina does her waiting lover receive.
At last his hope fails.
"So it is 'no, and I have deceived my
self. She dosen't care for me, and
what I read in her sweet brown eves
was "merely friendship, and nothing
more. Weil, little Cinderella, I must
be brave, and give you up, for it is
evident that, 'after all, I am not the
prince who is to release you from your
lint, though his thoughts are brave,
Launt's disappointment is none tho less
keen, ami he avoids an long as he can
the pain that seeing his love's dear face
ami knowing she is not to be his would
At length there conies a time when
Nina falls ill for the first time in her
healthy young life. To tell the truth, it
is a sickness than which none are more
ballling and tenacious moro of the
mind than the body.
Isravelv . ma struggles against the
lassitude that is gaining each dav a
stronger hold upon her, refu.-ing to give
up, unt il at last she can resist no longer,
and becoming for the first time thor
oughly slai iucd, Mrs. Elting calls c
"You do not think that it is serious,
doctor that she will not recover?"
Pale and anxious, Mrs. Elting bends
over her niece. In her heart she knows
that only outwardly has she done her
duty by the motherless girl left iu her
charge, and a remorseful compunction
Ls visible upon even- feature.
Dr. Graham's voice is very cold as he
answers her gravely: "I cannot tell.
She is verv ill. I should have been call
It is a hard fight, but youth wins, nnd
out of the shallow of death comes Nina
sadly changed from the radiant maid
en of a few months ucfore, though in
Launt's eyes she seems, with her frail
spiritual l-aufy, more than ever lovely.
At last convalescence sets in, arid his
services are no longer needed. It is his
last call. He finds Nina alone, Mrs.
Elting and Edna having gone to the
villiage to make some 'necessary pur
chases. He stays but a short while, and then
rises to go; but Nina's slender fingers
UKn his coat sleeve detain him. Surpris
ed, he looks down at. her, to find her
face covered with an embarrassed llush,
and that she is trembling.
"Dr. Graham," she says, "I hate to
sieak and bring back to vour mind what
perhaps time has already begun to ef
face: but I must. 1 have a laor to
ask of von il is that you will trv and
condone, on account df my otith, my
unladylike behavior in coming uiiin
viled to your sister's party- forcing my
self where 1 was not wanted. I knew it
was not right, but my cousin had made
me vexed, and I went I am ashamed to
say it just to spite her. It has troubled
me a great deal to think that through a.
foolish childish freak, I have lost the ro-
Hiwct of you and your sister."
"You have troubled yourself needless
ly," Launt answers; "for you did not
come uninvited, lour card must have
been kept from vou, for I myself enclos
ed it with those for vour aunt anil cousin
And now I, in my turn, have a question
to ask of you. Why did you not answet
my letter t Has it because you deemed
an nonesi love ot so trilling an account
or because you were so utterly indifl
erent to mo that you cared not what
pain 1 atilleriul.
Nina looked wonderingly up.
"What letter do you mean, Dr. Gra
"The one in which I told you of my
love and asked you to be my wife,"
"I never received it!"
As sho speaks and looks up to meet
his gaze, her soft eyes droop swiftly t
bide the telltale light that has sprung
into their brown depths. Hut not ucfore
Launt has seen.
'Nina," he cries, "It must bo that my
letter met the sanio fate as your card of
invitation. What was done onco may
have been repeated, though, of course,
wo will never know. Hut it will matter
not, if only you will assuro mo that my
hones arc not destined to disappoint
mont if you will let nio tell you now
what I endeavored to set forth so
clearly upon paper a few months ago."
Nina's face is pale no longer, as her
lover, taking silence as consent, draws
her closely to him, while in miimssione
words ho tells that old story which yet
is ever new.
"Nina," Launt says after a while, "in
my thought I have always called you
mv little Cinderella. I saw just how
cold and unloving your homo was, an
I flattered myself that I would bo the
prince who should carry yon away to
the sunshiny tialaco of his lovo. You see
I was right. Darling, do you know, what
I have neglected till now?"
Then, despite Nina's vivid blush and
startled eyes, Launt stoops his handsome
head to hers. And Mrs. Elting and her
daughter, coming in, sue and - under
stand without being told jtist how mat
ters aro; 1 ,
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Tho must potent remedy to stop the spread
of this Kroat scourge is Darby's Prophylao-
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times. Persons are liable at any moment
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places cannot be infected where tho Fluid
used. Persons attending tho sick or in
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protected by its free use.
Tub Kkv. Gko. H.Tiiayek, of Bourbon,
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lives to Shiloh'g Consumption Cure. ' 9
Inflamki) eyes and eyelids promptly
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Send lor circular ot new stylo of Hopper
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Auk you mape miserable by Indigestion
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Way wnx yoo cough when Shiloh's
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Shiloh's Catakkti Rkmepv a positive
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Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
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'IIackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
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A Cough, Cold or Sere Throat
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Shiloh's Cukk w ill immediately relieve
Croup, hooping couyh and lron
Wekk man to confirm more to tho laws
of health and of nature, and be less addict
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would not be necessary to advertiso rcl
lows Compound Syrup of llypophosphites
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Mr. Alexander, K. 1. Ron, Jullnn Hawthorne
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MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1882.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Dvupepola, Liver DIs
Hiii'H, Fnver anil Atrue
Heart Diseuse, Ril ioun
iiesH, Nervous Debility
THE It EST UKJIEUY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles -
Sold Since 1870!
Till KvrnD n(V('Kp varinil nrnnortlna. Tt Dim.
ulatue the ptyallneln the nallva, which convert
the aturch and uuht nt tlm ti,nA ifr n,,,. i
deficiency in ptyaiine catlne wind and eouring ol
the food In the atomach. If the medlci i a watli
mmtamteiy after eating, Uie feriueutatlon ol fotd
It acts upon the Liver,
It acts upon tlic Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Purities the Wood. ,
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes ingestion,-
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries ofl" the Old lllood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It lieiitralijiea the hereditarv taint, nr nntann in
the blood, which generate Scrofula, Ervalpelan,
ana an manner of blttn Dieeanea and Internal hu
mor. There aro no "Dirita emnlovert In It nrnnn fur tore
and It can be taken by the 0iot delicate babe, or by
the and feeble, care oulj being required In at
teutti u to direction.
Oaha, Henry County, 111.
I wag ufferlne from Sick Headache and D'zzl.
tten fothttt I could not attend lomy bonaebold du
tie, and a nhorl trlul of Dr. Clark Johnaon'a Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured roe.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., III.
ThI Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnaon' Indian
Blood Syrup ha cured me of Pain in the Rack, it
la a valuable medicine. MKS WOUD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thici to certify that I Wa afflicted with Palnl.
tation of tho Heart lor many year I tried ill Her-
ent doctor. whoe preecrlptlon tended more to
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re lved to try Dr. Clark Johnon'a Indian Blood
Syiop, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Dleae, but alio a Sick Head
acb which had been troubling me.
I wa afflicted with LWer ('nmnlaint and Dvuni-n.
tla and failed to get relief, althongli ueing modi-
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ut. .lonnaon Indian iiiooa Syrup, andaehort trial
cured me. T. W, RlSlSO. Molinc, 111.
Tbi ccrtlfie that Dr. Clark .Tnhnaon'a Tnilian
hiooo syrnp nan effectually enred me of Dyapepeia.
Too much cannot he ?nid in praine o' it.
W. K. W1MMKK, Bedford, Mo.
Agents wanted for the mile of tho 1 nil! An ItliMul
Syrup in every town or village, in which I have no
agent, particular given on application.
UHL'OGISTd SELL IT.
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a week In vour own town. $5 outfit
irue. ?o niS, everything new, capi
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Citt Ci euk'h Cphcc, Ciino, Ii.u.. Jan. 21. 182.
Sealed propoml will be received at this office
directed to the City Council of the city of Cairo,
until time ol meeting of the Cily Conucil on Tues
day evening, February 7th. 1SK.'. for furnihing the
material aud doing the work or doing t lie work nec
earv for the roiiHtriicMon and reconstruction of
the folluwlngfiduwalk, to be conotructcd of wood,
vlx: tin the eaflerlv mle of Sycamore treot, from
Twenty-third street to Tweaty-nlniU street; on the
northerly side of Seventeenth atreet, from Wacli
ingtnn aven-ie to Walnut street. A provided bv
ordinance No. 7S, approved November 3d, 1HS1,
which ordinance I now on file In thi ofllce ami
nhiictio examination nt any time. Person bid
ding for the construction of above Hidewalk shall
be required to give a good and ufllcient bond a
provided by nection II, of rkapter 10 of citv ordi
nance. Said bond to accompany hid The par
ty or partle lo whom the amtract will be let to be
paid out of money nrlBiug from special assessment
to he collected from the property owner wl oeo
property abut on aid hUwalk, when fame 1
collected and paid over to tho city treasurer.
The right to reject any add all hid rBorvd by
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4 Piano, 7 oct., square, rosewood, carved,
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7 Mouth Organs, Vienna etneurt, 24 hole 50
9 " Genuine Klcluer, 10 holo, U.S. 24
11 " " concert double 24 hole " 1 09
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20 Violoncollo, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
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VI Guitar, maple, machine head, One finish.. 4 00
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 braa bracket 2 00
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80 Drum, bra, Prussian, Ornamented.. t 9 00
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Gut. Russian, German or Italian, beat quality 15
Instruction Book', llowo'i or Winners, auy
Instrument i 35
Having Just mndo a good trsdo for 100 Singer
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Over 2,000,000 Bottles
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dltlon to ita soothing llalsatnic properties, It atlord a diffusive stimnlant and tonic, to build up the
ayslem after the cough has been relieved. .
33TPUT UP IN QUART SIZE B0TTI-FS FOE FAMILY USE, PRICE Sl.OOJj
CA TTTI nV Oo nt be deceived by dealers who try to palm off npon you Hock and Rve in
AU 1 lJl . place of our Tolu. Rocs and Hye, which Is the onlv medicated article made
the genuine haaa prlvnte die proprietary stumpon each bottle.
The TOU", HOCK nnd IlYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, ChicBpo, III.
Sold by Duugoists, Grocers and Dp:aleus Everywhere.
Fortnnsi ! AirenfwrltnontclclTcrrlt"rFfrce.
8 entirely ih-w le-ittw-lUni; uTt..'lcioi:t.. PreiH'll.
Inn 1'tltJ fur M'wlng and all maish'nc. lmlea.
truc'llila F.h fnnl an-l aperfit liOiirFprliig.
The 1'. T.Colled Vi Ire lell Co.. ISM 7th Avu. '..
Civet Instant.-cllef nndtsnnlnfiillihle
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold My Druinriteverywher. Trice, $1.0(1 per bet
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na f iisnnerers, ny r M-nsriieiiiera; i n. He
uw lorkCHy. bolciuauulitutarertoi
DiU'V Kl'l1!1 f"r Wi' lmProv,'.,1 Interest
- in'iu, irtti-iiimr. eie. cent 10 any
address on receipt of two three cent stamp. Ad
drcM Charles K. Uirm, -Id North Uelawuru avenue,
I for the winter in funning district. Very
I largo return for eompiinitively litllu labor.
Ipor mu liunif-iinimtiuiircx llllllleiilHtelv
OUAMUE Jtll (O. ?bl Uruudwuy, .V V.
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the A ulnar. A am and vreM Uu..
Kvil Work, wiTntcl lln, IkwUnii
ciu'BiHwt, inliaiHoi.alil Ui tiwry
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fiiK-Ht, Kn-neh maalin.nuilKwtHi.
I1 anirravinini, lift pnaorip.
tiiiiis, iin. o only 1.36 sent t,y
mul ; illitratd Hami.lB.anentfl;
ssnil now.AililniHH I'mIimI. M.t.
HAVE BEENl IMITATED,
And thoir excollont reputation in
Jurod by worthless imitations. Tho
Public aro cautioned againBt buy
ing Piasters having similar sound
ing names. Soo that tho word
C-A-P-C-I-N-E is correctly spoiled.
Are the only Improvement ovor
mado in Plasters.
Ono is worth moro than adoeon
of any other kind.
Will positi rely euro where other
remedies will not oven roliove.
Prico 25 conts.
, Beware of choap Plasters mado
with lead poisons.
SEABURY & JOHNSON, V
Maimfactnrlnir Chemists, Now York.
iTtfJlflfti V. rtK YA T I7A HTr'rfce"Sc ItT.
MEAD Mdlcatd CORN Hd BUNION PUSTU.
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