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A Story of a Cirton Girl
"My child, you have more than ful
filled every hope I ever formed of you.
I knew, when I sent you to (iirton, Unit
you could not fail to acquit yourself
well, but 1 did not look for this.
I Magdalen Foster blushed with pleasure
at her father's wordn, iw well she might,
for the letter in her hand announced
that the papers sent up by her nt the
recent Classical tripos entitled her to the
ninth place in the First Class. The fact
of her womanhood stood in the way of
the Ti. A. degree being actually confer
red upon her, but that was a matter of
no consequence whatever to a girl who
Lad worked solely for the love of knowl
edge implanted and fostered in her by a
f'WclL'Magdalen, I'm sure I congratu
late you heartily," said her sister Nora;
"and all the more so because uow, at
last, I BUpposo you will consider yourself
The blush of pleasure now faded from
Magdalen's cheeks. "I never wanted to
bo blue," he said, nervously.
"Then I'm afraid you have succeeded
without tho wanting," laughed Nora.
Why, my dear, you are blue of the very
deepest dye; and you not only are it,
but you look it' You don't go about in
cap and gown, or with spectacles and
Inky fingers, but there is no mistaking
In you the model of a 'sweet girl gradu
Thero wsu a certain umount of truth
In this. Magdalen, especially by tho
eido of the pretty if rather dollish
feuturcd Nora, was studious-looking,
to say tho least. She was tall, and
' 6tooped slightly, her complexion though
clear was colorless, and she had the re
flective, ftJJr look that is notunfrequent
ly the tin of habitual study. Yet her
Jftce was singularly sweet in expression,
Hie open iranquu urow sceniou mr
ble of frc.wnin.r. the bn.wn ycs might
Oe dreamy, but never irate.
"Macrd'alen." asked her father, after
while, "are you still willing to become
"'0, papa," returned the girl, cager
v ly, "I shall be so proud if you will let
Mr. Foster was an eminent student of
tho classics, and it had always been
Magdalen's great ambition to help him
in the preparation of his valuable works.
Sho did not foresee all tho results of
' her college achievements, and of this
new relation to her father. It did not
. occur to tho simple-minded girl that
thero was anything in what she had done
t alienate- her from her old acquaint
ances, let so it was. yiuio unconscious
ly she awed her cotcniporuries, who,
girls and young meu alike, fought shy of
so distinguished u "blue-stocking. '
Married women, again, found her ignor
ant of their domestic interests, while sho
was too timid to open out to elder men.
Children alone, unable to comprehend
the talk about her learning, were guided
by the simple sweetness of her face, and
fearlessly made a plnythingof her. With
them sho could be nappy, but in tho
midst of people who insisted upon pay
ing her compliments "d treating her
with deference, her manner bevaine still
and distant for very shyness. Society
became distasteful to hpf, and gradual
ly peoplo left oH inviting her, under tho
mistaken impression that sho was above
caring for any entertainment they could
oiler. She remained Miss Foster only
In name; to all intends and purposes
Nora was tho elder sister. While May
dalen had been poring over her hcoli's,
Nora had studied tho art o.nwli'ng her
self agreeable. ai.i'Vsiduously cultivat
ed various gift" She was musical, and
clever '.a her pencil, could rido and
rLy tennis well; also sho had tho bright,
attrnctive beauty that trebles tfio value
of all such social accomplishments. And,
above all, sho knew exactly how to turn
every one of her good points to tho best
tiossiblc account- It will thus Ixi seen
iow easy it was for her to keep Magda
len in the background, and by skillful
Insinuations throw her own good quali
ties into greater relief than ever.
One evening they were taken by sur-
1riso by the unexpected arrival of Will
'alrhuirn, an old friend and playfellow,
Dinner was just being borved. and the
i'oung man took his scat among them,
aughing and putting up his hands us if
to petition against tho volley of ques
tions and, exclamations with which ho
"I haven't distinguished a single word
any one hui said, ho declared at last
"But I Imagine you are asking whero I
spring from and what I've come about
ISrielly, then, I'm olT to.lieCuim in a
month's time, and have coiiiiTto hid you
all a long farewell."
' Farewell! The Cape!" exclaimed the
' Fosters. "What do you mean?"
Tvc had XSVUUjeft nio by an aunt,"
Will proceeded to exiilalu; "and a friend
ban strongly advised mu to invest it In
ostriches. Ho says they pay trenii.n
dously, and the lifo Is delightful. 1 have
.con Jt;d every possible authority, and
--AjriLiKjf-'-o that I could do bettor. I
bate tJluce witv I haven't tho brains to
0 - v -
tin t i i
take up a profession, and farming in
England is no go. Aud I consider lftni
rather out out for a colonist."1 "m ,,.
lie ended in a tono of modest self-ap
preciation, which was not unwarranted,
for he wtt3 a man of rilcmlid physique.
HesideS which, all his tastes fitted film
f.ir nn m-eimation demanding nhvsical
rather than mental ability. Ho bad never
cared for study. So long as he could
scrape on nt school and college without
disgracing himself ha. was content, and
devoted his heartiest energies to tho
athletic sports in which his soul delight
ed, i !
Dinner over, Mr. Ji'twtor rose almost
immediately from tho table.
"Can you spare rno an extra hour this
evening, Magdalen?" he asked.
"Certainly, papa; I w ill come atonco."
"Magdalen is a good deal changed,"
remarked Will, as ho and Nora strolled
out into tho gardon together. Nora of
fered her own explanation, taking care
to speak in tho most affectionate, sister
Yes," she said; "you are right. You
see, ever since Magdalen returned from
(iirton she has been encouraged in her
devotion to study. 1'eoplo express the
greatest admiration for her talents; tjien
papa has made her his secretary, and so,
without being in tho least conceited, she
naturally feels that sho is superior to the
girls she onlimrily meets. You know,
Will, 1 can't help thinking it was a mis
take to let her grow so very learned. I
think it is a woman's part to bo helpful
and domestics to take interest in the good
management of small matters, and in
the welfare' of those about her."
"Why can't Magdalen be domestic as
well as intellectual?" demanded Will,
moodily. "I don't seethe incompatibil
ity." Nora did not choose to tell him that
Magdalen had begged to tie allowed to
take part in household affairs, and hat
she herself had opiKisml the suggestion.
She had gained a character for domestic
ity, and did not wish to have her suprem
"I dare say there is no actual incom
patibility," sho admitted, gently, "but
Magdalen is so wrapped up in her work
for papa that we never think of occupy
ing her mind with matters which I am
quite willing to see after myself. Why
should she be bothered? She is not tho
ffirl to marry, unless indeed" Nora
aughed gaily "sho could find a man
who was all intellect and had no bodily
needs to bo ministered to."
l'oor Willf Magdalen joined them In
the garden later on, but for his own sake
ho held aloof from her. The girl was
greatly hurt, as of old she had been his
special friend. Too shy to complain,
however, she shrank into herself and with
a pang of regret saw Will fall into tho
way of tho world treat her, namely,
with distant respect, aud Nora with fa
miliar friendliness. lie had not been at
Foster's many days before his name waa
coupled with Nora's by all tho match
makers in tho neighborhood. Tho good
peoplo were much mistaken. Will might
walk, ride, and play tennis with Nora,
or even constitute himself her cavalier
and escort on every possible occasion,
lint Kiwrettv hiu luMirf. ivnnt. nut tiwuriltt
Magdaleu. Yet how, after Nora' swords,
could ho dream of betraying his devo-
uonr now count no, a man wnose oniy
ttttaimncnta worn those of nhvsical
strength and agility, hopo to please a
iiiiowu uuui vy iruiumg nuu umui-
al bent into the midstof purely intellect
ual interests? Sadly he told himself that
cuiu wiw not iui uiin.
And Magdalen as sndly oi.i
that somehow she had forfeited Will's
friendship, by which, had he only known
i Kim unf. trmnf. Kinrn. He seemed to her
tlie perfection of a gentleman," and per
haps ins want oi learning was uio uimg
she liked best about him, so cordially
did sho hold her own bluencss in abhor
rence. Thus were tho two kept apart by a
phantom barrier raised between them
by Nora, who, without caring for Will
herself, resented his preference for Mag
dalen. Sho was under no misapprehen
sions as to his feelings, and yet a potty
jealousy debarred her from doing what
lay iu her power towards bringing about
a better understanding between him and
Will's last day arrived. A largo ten
nis parly was to take placo at Foster's
in the afternoon, as a sort of farewelln
tertainnicnt for him, and ho did h'j best
to throw oh the despondency wbvh op
'Will you play to-day, Magdalen?"
he asked, very hesitatingly, in the morn
ing. Magdalen shook hornoad.
"No," she said, shyly, "I don't play
"Of course not, laughed. Nora.
"Will, what an cyiraordinary idea! As
if you didn't kujw Magdalen was above
"It is not that," said Magdalen color
ing; "but .Vie tennis is above me. I tried
it agair and again at (Iirton, but it was
novo.' any good. I only spoil every set
"U, well, you can't play or you won't,"
said Nora, impatiently; "it's all tho
Nora's sudden ill-temper seemed very
uncalled-for, but sho was irritated by
tho disappointment on Will's face, l'res-
cully, however, her equanimity was re
stored, and sho said, putting out her
"Forgive mo, Magdalen; I'm talking
a heap of cross nonsense. Of course
you need not play; hut you shall talk
to the peoplo that is, if papa can sparo
,!. ti I--.! . l...r
us nis waiKing uicuonary oi Aiiuqui
Another allusion to her bluencss!
Magdalen gave her sister an appealing
look, and left tho room. Will fell into
a brown study.
During the afternoon he played a groat
deal witn JNora as Ins partner, and tho
two proved an invincible couple. As
Nora was fully occupied with tho iraino,
Magdalen was called upon for once to
do her sharo in receiving and talking to
tho crucsts. l uov were more than ever
.mpresMui with her intense blueuujs, for
the poor girl bad the beart-ache, and
found it strangely hard to look bright
aud smiling. Munv were the remarks
made to her aliout Will and Nora, who
certainly played admirably together. 111
tho middle of ono exciting set, a young
married lady, who was sitting next to
Magdalen, whispered confidentially,
"Those two are made for one another,
aren't they? Depend upon it, they will
bo partners in earnest before Mr. Fair
Magdalen wont a little pale aa she
answered, evasively, "Every ono likes to
have Nora for a partner."
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1882.
Yes, yes, I knowjbut notin thesonso
I mean. What a loss she will bo to us
all! Now, tell me, do you think Mr. Fos
ter will let her go out w ith him, or will
they have to wait?"
This was going too far, Magdalen
"Tho question has not been discussed
yet," sho replied distantly; and, awed
by her manner, the young lady subsided
Magdalen went up to her room, when
the party was over, in a very miserable
frame of mind. A9 sho cast a retrospect
over her life of Into, it seemed to her
that her success at Cambridge had cost
her every thing she most cared about
She did not know how much her three
years at. (Jirton had done for her. She
wa.s not in a position to realize the all
important difference between her habit
of mind and that of Nora's, between her
unworldliness and Nora's worldliness.
It is worthy of note that these so-called
(iirton and Newnhara. "blues" arc, for
the most part, especially simple girls.
The, twilight deepened, and at last
Will could delay tho inevitable lcave
taking no longer. Magdalen kept out
of the room. Will's going was the most
terrible thing that had ever happened
to her, and sho would rather not say
good-by to him at all, than havo to do
it carelessly before them all.
"Where is Magdalen?" askod Will,
"She was looking out something in
Herodotus for mo just now," said Mr.
Foster. "Eva, go and call her; tell her
Will is waiting to say good-by."
l'oor Will! It was a bitter thought
that sho could not leave her Greek of
her own accord, even to bid him fare
well. "Magdalen is not in tho study, papa,"
said the child, returning. 'Jane says
sho saw her go down the garden and in
to tho copse."
"I will go to her there," said Will,
Tho copse referred to was a small pro
servo just outside Mr. Foster's garden,
and it was not muny minutes before Will
found Magdalen. She was lying on tho
ground in the dusk, her face buried in
her hands, and her whole frame shaken
by violent sobs. In a moment he was
kneeling beside her.
"Magdalen," be exclaimed, anxiously,
"what is it?"
At the sound of his voice Magdalen
rose, and checked her tears. "Nothing,
Will," she said, with quivering lips.
"Don't say nothing when you mean
something," said Will. "Maggie, tell
me, what is the matter?"
Ho was the only person who ever call
ed her Maggie, aud now the old put
name, used for tho lirst time this visit,
renewed tho confidence that hail existed
between them as children.
"I'm so unhappy," said Magdalen.
"I'm so dull and blue and stupid. I'm
no good to any one, and nobody cares
"Now, Maggie," said Will, "von have
told at least half-a-dozen ribs. You are
not dull, you are not stupid, you are not
bl at least, if you are blue, bluencss in
particularly charming; you aro good for
a great deal, and every body cares for
Magdalen shook her head.
"Don't bo unreasonable," remonstra
ted Will. "What about me? Don't 1
care for you?"
His voico was full of a teudcrDwSJ,
which Magdalen shyly ignored.
AfctyaVkTr'ov'or with" Will; rfj power
on earth could havo held hin back now
from pouring out his confckion to her.
"Magdalen," ho say.jf t ten you j
love you, worship yoj thjak of nothi
out you night andjay, couid you an
swer any thing bujfthat you don-t car6
a straw whether j0 or m,tp
It was out tyjw. Magdalen stood and
gazed, as if 6lQ cmL nol believe her
eurs, at the lmmi tmt h,M gasped her.
At last a fyfaiio pf wonderful happiness
stohi abcut hwlips.
by, Will, she said, raising her eyes
to bb), "it was just you I minded most
f Id about; but you don't, you can't
Will did not find it very difficult to
satisfy her that be could and did mean
all and moro than hS had said. Great
was the amazement of the Fosters when
presently they re-entered tho sitting
room together, and Will announced that
he never meant to say good-by to Mag
dalen a t all.
Mr. Foster's consent given, ho changed
nil his plans, invested his capital in Eng
land, after all, and eventually settled
down on a largo farm near the Fosters,
as happy a husbaud, with as happy a
.wife, as was to be found in the Lnited
Is that possible? Could they live for
long together without the difference be
tween them becoming a discord?
Yes; for, as the wiso professor at tho.
breakfiist-table points out to us, "it
takes a very true man to be a litting
companion for a woman of genius, but
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Uvur tally mid hotii the kuliiuya aud Mudil'T will
bo. ruMori 'l.
IWTalir nulv tli" i."!!;ii " wMrli alway tia on
tliu wrapper thi' nvl tn.il: ti. .rk aud slimluru of
J.l I.ZKILIN TcScCO.,
Kur salt by nil ilniiiii'U.
M , . - - . -
Its first apparent effet-t la to lucreano tliu appc
tite. It aenlM!" itlei'tlou and caiiKen Ihu food to an
pin. u.utu properly-tlno- tliu eynti-m in nourlolied,
It alMii. liv it tiinic action 011 the dlmiMivu orL-ane,
induces more coploim uud rtgolnr evacuatioun
Thu rapidity with which palienU take oli nVh
while under theii.tlueiic of tho Svr;r,,' ol Itself In
dlcati'Kthtit U11 mther JiP"l'atioU Can ho belter
adapted to M'l' unci uoiirtnli tho cotiHlltutlou, and
hrucu h more ellkacloim in all deprearlon of pir
Ita, shaking ur trcnibltnij of thu hands or body,
rough, dhortnec of breath, or counumjitlvu habit.
Tho uervetf aud munclcH becouiu truu't)jvued, and
the blood )iuriflud.
Tho various kind of wart c or decay that alfcct
the human body, though attended each with aome
cymptoiu not common with the reet. aiireo vory
uitich iu thi, that the bat-in in aM 1h tearly the
same. It la yrnrrally c incedeil, that tho majority
of din-acua are aixoii jiatiled ty faulty dii.i'tioii ;
and -neb tieluit the ca.-u, wu muM, in order to cure
hu( h dlrcaer, cauiie the organs of liiotion to per
loriu Ihuir proper function. No remedy ban be
foru bl eu dircovi red which hur to bim lielal au III
llueuie on there orauit aa r"el!uw' Compuuud
Syrup of llyUophocphitrc
Kor ale bv all Druifta.
ra a,-A J 1
v.y t; 1 5,4 n idl j
If you lufler from ilyepurt-ln, ncc
HURDiX K l'.LOOI) BITTERS.
If yon are allllcted with hlllniii'iK'Hr, rv
llt'IMXKK liUiOU IllTTERS,
Ifyouare prortruted wish mi k ticMlarae. tnke
If your liowcln are disordered n ulntv thmi with
HfKnorK III.0O1) IHTTEItS.
If your blimd la lnnmre, purily It with
IiritlXH'K IlI.O'iD IUTTKU3
If you have Indlciatlon, you will And au antidote in
I'.UIIUOCK Ill.OOI) MTTKKS.
I f you arc troubled w ith cj. ring compln nta, rrndl
Icate Ilium with Ill.'HJlOt'K II 1.00 l'.ITTEltS,
II your liver ie torpid rectore it 10 healthy ai tlon
wltk tiU ItlJOCK ni.OOl) DITTKltH,
Ifynnr liver Id nllectid yon will llnil a chiiro rcntor
atlvola HflilJOt'li Ill.OOI) IIIITEKS.
If ynu liavu any rpociee of humor or pimple, full
nol to take lll'ltDOCK Ill.OOI) MTTKKS.
If you Iibvii any nlmptoni of ulctim or acrofuloue
aoren, n curutivu ri'iuody will be fuund in
DL'KIXK'K Ill.OOI) MTTKKS,
Kor Impartlui; ctri-npth ami vitality to liter eyitcm,
uothlug can uiiial MJKDOCIi Ill.OOI) DlTTKltS,
Kor Nrrvoua utiiHiriirral Debility, tono tip the
yatein with HUKDOCK liLOOU MTTKKS
run.K 1 ria noTTi K: Tiiial norrt.KH, Uicm,
FOSTER, MIL15URN & CO., Prop'rs,
IirFFALO, N. Y.
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRAOS WlRk. Tht) (frcttt Kti;;-
HhIi leiiiedy, All
unliillluu; cure for
pperiniitorrliea. I ill
potulicy and all
a a a Httoiionco
k of aulf iibtiai'; ai'Vi
li.atf nf tiimnnrv '.i u l
(llmtieea of vlnlmi, tireiiintiirn old ao, and many
other dlaeaaea that load to imtaullv, conauniptlou
or a prcmaturti rrave.
I WK11II iarllcular In our pamphlet, which wo
tlemrii to aond free bv mail to aiwrvono, KT"Thu
HpiiclilcMedlcliiti la aold bv nil druulm at $1 jir
nrKiii(i', nr alx pncknirei for J or will ha aunt frou
bv lunllou rucuipt of the niotiev, bv nddrcaKlnu.
TllK OKAY MKDIC'INK CO.,
On ac.rcutit of coiinleifellt, wu havo adotitud thu
Yellow Wrnpper 1 tliu onlv fuuilliiu, Uuuruutuua
of euro Imuud
Hold in Cairo hjr P. U, HC'IILTJ.
Whnluaalo Auontei. Morrlnon. Clumber ri..
. . .. .... .
NAU A1IIT.1.M t. TAVX.M k
CunM mv little Ktrl of flm. Sh whi rviu, AtAn
(1 11 111I1. but tl l ured Iut. Stii- enn nun talk ami hnr
well ui anyiiuiiy. rarxauoti,, hirinwatr, wia.
Uu been the meant of curing tuy wlfi'of rlifetnatttim.
J. 11. FLkToiKK, FurtCi'illut, CwL
Made a ture caieu! cam? of fltt fur my tun.
K H liu.i,. Ilintuville, Etc
Cured meol Torino. n ur i'ula mel al. k heaiUcho.
Mill Wn. Iluss Aurora, Q.
NAM A III 1' A.N' VF.lt VIVE
Win the meant of curing luy wlf.' ji.f iarn.n. m
HA MA KIT AN EI""
Effectually aured m" "' Ttit' St? ,
1WcttVuCur. olt. Lblemii. I
HAH BIT AN SKKVIXB
1-ar.Ml or child of nt. after gUvn W 9
Uuy v'eV.olI W.' &. Tt.
Cured me of X'iZCIt
H 1MARITN .NEKVINE
my .ou of ... W, 'Sl?2
V HAMAMTAN SBBVINE
SIM IKIT.VS NEBVINB
Cnd me of l' u
HAMABITAX SEBV1XE '
HIM BIT AS Jta"
Cured me of uchH.t.M.hmV jn f XT
- iA u. ..I mi.ua. a I.T..IU .
irv:"'. i...n.liwt.U COVink-wu. w
- i.'uu. - - - -
Curvdm.oTl, Ccaua. otaklt.nuu.m-o..auo
A. ,. iil.nwe.l.irnvr i..m.
NAM fj ''obvl .lyn'ei,';-
friend of n:neU' r ,. ULKway, l
MAM A RITA V KEBV)A&t
Iiaviij TaLv, OvtMylne, IoiT.
Curvd my wife ot pll- piy of X yenn ttan linjl,
v Hnj(KrCLai; ra.rnc.d, Jllck
Cured bf wlteuf a ocrtout dlv-ane ..f the h.'Ud.
E. Gbauam. North Hojw, IX
( ured my ton of Cw. IU hat not h,d a lit for kbotf
tour )ri. J.. us l)Avi.
Woodhura. Wcju:.Iu Co., IU '
1 a fob kale
UY ALL, DRUGGISTS
Ormaybe had dtn-rt from m. For fur-lnT Informt
tloa liiel.jtc itamp for our Iliutlrated Juumal BlvliS
erideucet i f run-n. Addn tt "
UK. . A. KKDHOVI) t! CO,
WorU'i Ef H. ptic ltitltuto,
8T. JOSEPH, MO
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Meaars.Cpubury & Johnson, Kanofivetar
ln7 CbemiBts, 21 Piatt St., New York :
OontUmen :-For tbo pact fow years we
hartt sold vivrloua brands of Porous Floa
ter. Physicians and the Public prefer
BpnaoTi'ii Crerwino Poronn "T to all
others. We consldor them ono of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidonoe. They are superior to-all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments tot
Utl wrnuvoenef rmn1 me of eiilii-iilli- tm k
Bormon'B Crtpf Inn PlanW is a (renoics
Farmaooutioal product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognised Xrf
physicians and drugg-iMa.
When other remedies fail get a Ben
son's Capcins Planter.
You will bo disappointed if yon art
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pods or Eleo
trioal Slognotio toys.
1 SIIKK KKMEIIY AT LAST. Price VtM.
I MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTEB.
AOBNT roHTIIR HA1.R Ol
B A XTEU 8TK AMI: X ( ; I nE
-Colt's Dlec EtiKino-
and Marine Engines
KNfilNES A SPECIALTY.
mnJA?M EiNGIN- MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BELTING,
Pulleys ana Oenoral Suiiplies.
No. lai, North Third Stroot,
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