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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1882.
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A JEWELER'S STORY.
It wan on the 29th of October, 18.19.
that I was returning to England, having
taken the steamer ut Dublin for Holy
head. DusiucHs had taken me to Ire
land -I am a jeweler and it had been
necessary for me to visit a branch of ray
own firm in Dublin. I was bringing
b:tek certain valuable jewels which re
quired resetting diamonds of great val
ut;, and some other things of less im
portance, but still valuable.
I onrried the jewels which I have al
ready mentioned in a small black hand
bag, and so long as I knew that it was
Hafe I was free from care. Arriving at
Holyhead, I took my seat in an empty
first-class railway carriage. Just asth
train was moving off, however, a gon
tleman suddf-nly got in. He sat down
nearly opposite to me, so I had a good
opportunity of observing his appear
ance. I noticed that he was young, ap
parently not more than four-and-twen-ty,
that he had a broad black band
round his bat, and that on bis faro weru
traces of recent sorrow, almost, in fact,
or agitation. lie seemed relieved at
having caught the train; and being,
like myself, quite disinclined for con
versation, our journey proceeded in
My bag lay beside me and quite un
der my eyes. " I was tired after ray cros
sing, and fell into a sort of doze. On
waking 1 instantly glanced at my bag
There it lay, quite safe. My companl
on. however, had moved his seat. We
stopped at Chester, and hero I thought
1 w ould get out and walk about a little,
as we had ten minutes to wait. I took
my bag and got out. On my return to
the train there was my companion ap
parently asleep. I got into the carriage
without disturbing him, and we con
Mnuea on our journev. At t rewe, our
next stopping-place, lie got out, and did
not come back. I was very tired now,
and iell into a sound sleep, with mv
hand holding tbo handle of my black
bag. I did not wake until I rrachec
London; then getting into the lirst han
som l saw, and still carrying my pre
cious nag, ol winch 1 wa.s heartily tired,
I drove home. On my arrival, with I
method which I suppose is habitual U
a man in my trade, I instantly went U
the safe in which I kept valuable jewels,
unlocked it, and depositing the bag on
the table, I ovcned it. Imagine mj
dismay at finding that, instead of m
diamonds, it contained only some rustj
bits of iron, and wooden debris. My bag
was gone; this other bag had been clev
erly substituted for it, so cleverly, in
ueeu, that even the weight, as well as
the appearance had been judged.
"I put the affair into the hands of tht
ponce, giving them exactly every par
ticular as 1 have written iu kThe bag
A year after the events narrated in tht
last chapter I was again traveling on tht
lino which takes passengers to Holy
bead. It was in the beginning of Octo
ber, as well as I remember.
I traveled llrit-class, my usual custom
when I have a long journey before me.
During the year not a sign had been
given of my missing bag or the jewels
but I had not really despaired vet of re
covering it and them, for 1 had a certain
unaccountable feeling about the whole
thing; that there was some myMcry
about it i jell sure.
Kegularly every Wednesday in every
week I had called at Scotland yard, and
always had the same answer: "Nothing
yet, sir. J ho reward I hud ollerec
was sufficient to insure a certain inter
est, and the police, I tirmly believe,
were as keen in the matter as I could
On this October morning in lStiO, I
traveled with a lady who was in deep
mourning. The day was chilly, and
she wore several wraps; but getting
warm in the carnage, she presently
threw aside a fur cloak she was wear
ing, and my eye was instantly attracted
by a handsome brooch she had on, in
which was a portrait.
Without appearing to do so, nnd with
a sudden feeling of interest ami curiosity
for which I cannot account, I managed
to get a nearer view of the portrait. It
was the face of the young man who bad
traveled with mo the year before when
I lost my bag. I was so certain of this
that 1 resolved not to continue my jour
ney until I had acquainted the police
with this tact.
The train stopped at Crewe, the place
whero I remembered the young man left
Iho train on our tip-ioiirney the previous
yea Here t ho lady alighted 1 did al
so. A carriage awaited her at the st
tion I sceuVeu u fly, and directing the
driver to follow tho carriage, I discov
orod whero tho ladydrovo to. HiT"
house, evidently. She appeared to be
in excellent position, and to bo wealthy.
1 was not deterred by this discovery,
for I fult I could not be mistaken about
u face, which though 1 had certainly no.
ticcd it only in a casual way at tho
tinio, had nevertheless been stamped up
on my mind, nnd couuected in such a
manner with tho loss to mo of several
I went to tho pol'ico station, told them
what I had soon, and what my suspi
cions wero. They listened attentively to
what I said, and told me that I must be
mistaken: that the lady in question
was well known, the widow of an oflicor
who had died just after coming into a
largo property in the country. She had
two ions. On had been la th navy,
and had lost his life in tho wreck of tho
Royal Charter about a vear oreviouslv.
Ti - ...i...- . .
iuu oiuur wits expected nomeevery day,
and had been away almost ever sinco
the end of last October.
It was impossible, thev said, to make
inquiries in Huch a direction. Ill-satisfied
and disappointed, I found myself
compelled to leave matters as they were;
but on my return to London I wrote to
the head of the police once more, and I
reiterated my convictions so fore blv
that he evidently was impressed by what
I said. Tho result of my letter came,
niter a brier acknowledgment from the
inspector, in the visit of a irentloinan
four days afterward.
I was standing in mv shoo: it was a
dull morning in November, and the vis
itor who came in spoke first to my as
sistant, who referred him to me, and
then in a moment I recognized my fellow-passenger.
Not wishing to make
everything nuito public, I let tho way to
the inner room 1 reserved to myself, and
banded the gentleman a chair. He was
too excited to sit down, but began his
story at once.
You remember the day I traveled
with you from Holyhead, sir," said ho.
"rerfectly," I replied. "I have too
good reason to remember it."
bo have 1. I had been on the An-
glesoa coa.it all the night before, search
ing ior some renc, perhaps tno nooy, oi
drowned brother I hau only twenty-
four hours, and was obliged to hurrv
back, with only a few bits of wood and
iron gathered 'from the wreckage which
strewed the beach; these I put into a
small black bag."
A black bag ' said I; "had you a
'Listen, said the gentleman. "I
saw that you had one, and I remarked
that it was like mine so much so that
at Chester, where you got out and I did
not, you may remember you took mv
bag with you instead of your own. 1
felt sure you were coming back, for you
had left your coat and umbreba in tho
carriage, so i aid not follow you. "
'Yes," said I, getting excited, "but
that does not account-
Wait a moment," said tho gentle
man. "1 know perfectly well what you
would say; 'it does not account for my
not advertising your bag, or making
some sort of a sign all this time' quite
so; you will understand presently how
I sat down and begged him to do the
"When I got out at Crewe, I took as
I supposed, my bag. When I reached
home I found that my poor mother,
whom I had left in the most utter grief
and prostration at my brother s death,
had not rallied at all. I told our doc
tor, who was there, that my search for
any personal relic of my brother had
been fruitless, but that I bad a few bits
of iron and wood from the wreck.'
Tho doctor advised me to say noth
ing to her about it; not to tell her even
that I had these sad relics. I put tho
bag just as it was into a cupboard iu my
own room, and locked it up. That very
day I had to leave hngland. 1 had a
business engagement which took roe to
Australia. If I broke the engagement
it would have involved my mother in
considerable pecuniary loss. She knew
I had to go, and as she did not urge mo
to stay, and as my sister and her hus
band were with her, and could takecaro
of her, I left the house that very day and
journeyed back north to Liverpool, just
in time to catch my steamer, bound ior
I only returned yesterday morning.
The first thing I heard after greeting my
mother was, 'Where is the bag you
brought with you from Moeirra?'
" 'In my room,' I said.
'Get it for me,' said she.
"Without another word, though I
wondered how she had heard of it, I
went to mv room, unlocked the cupboard
found the" bag just as I had left it, and
took it down stairs,
"I was just going to open it, when, to
my still further surprise, my mother said
'Are you quite sure that this is your
"I looked at her in astonishment,
' ell. mother, I said, 'I am as sure as
a human being can bo of anything."
"'Did vou open it after you came
home, dear?" I thought for a moment,
and then said. 'No I am certain I did
not. 1 could not bear it.'
" 'Then said my mother, 'be 'pre
pared for a surprise. I think that you
will find that you have some one else's
"I did not answer, for I was trying to
unlock the bag. 'it is very odd, I said,
my key won t open it.'
"My mother rang the bell, and in
walked the inspector." Here my visit
or ceased speaking, and walking hastily
to the shop door, he bockoned to some
person seated in a hansom can close by
it was my friend the Inspector of Polico
nt Crewe. Ho continued the story. But
first ho placed on tho table my "black
bag." "There, sir," said he, "is your
bag vou were quite right this gentle
man took it by mistake. That morning
when Mrs. Banks sent for mo I found
tho bag unopened. I forced the lock and
found your name inside the bag. The
contents aro intaetas you will see."
I opened my safe, and before I would
allow them to open my bag, I took his
from the shelf, and placing it beside my
own, wo all three saw that in size, make,
indeed in weight, thoy exactly resem
bled each other.
Although I felt that I had really made
the discovery myself, I cheerfully paid
tho iuspector the cheque ho deserved for
tho clever and prompt manner in which
ho must have conveyed my suspicion
a decidedly awkward ono to Mrs.
A gentleman who recently traveled In
the same car with the Hon. Benjamin
Haul Brewster, Attorney-General ol
the United States, says that ho wai
much puzzled by tho fact that Mr.
Brewster carried six hats with him, on
on his head nnd live piled upon the seat
by his side. One of them was a century
old in (dylo, being of high brown felt,
very high and furry. For it Mr. Brews
ter manifested a , strong partiality, al
ways weuring it when ho loft the car.
"The illuminated buoy is a wonderful
invent ion," rend old Mrs. Pinaphor in
her daily paper. "Well," she observed,
"I should think he was. And it is an
excellent idea, too, for if the boy is il
luminated his mother will hart lew
trouble Ihuling him after dark." .
Father of Diseases.
Constipation hag been called the father
ot diseases, therefore it should not bo re
garded as a trifling ailment. It is quite
as necessary to remove impure accumula
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sleep, and no health can ho expected
where a costive habit of body prevails.
Take a balf-tableepoonful of Simmons
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or nausea bs naturally as it' no medicine
had been taken. Regularity in taking the
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All ladies who may be troubled with
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Millions Given Away.
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Bucklen's Arnica Salve
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Pit. Kmnk's Great Neiive Restorer is
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A Congo. Cold or sore Throat
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lished a book on "Diseases of the Lungs and llow
They Can be Cured," which Is offered free, post
paid, toall applicants, Itcontnlns valuable Infor
mation lor all who suppose themselves alllictod
with, or Itablu to, any diseases of the throat or
lungs. Addrees UK. J. II. HCHBNCK & HON
) Arch St., l'hlladelphla, Pa. 1. O, Ux
JjASON & HAMLlJf
"VTi't 4 VTriareco-tainly best, having hen
I I lilTl i "o decreed steverypreat world's
w.,vai..i.iIn(n(trjil L.ump,,ti,j()U for git.
teen years; no other American organs haviuc been
lotind equal at any. Also cheapest. Style bill; i
octaves; sumcleut compass and power, with best
quality, for popular sacred and secular nmrlc in
schools or families, at onlvSvri. One hundred oth
er stvles at U. $57, Jii'i, $7H, ,U, Wlois, f 114 to
f.V)" andup. The lart'wr styles are wholly unri
valed by any other ordains. Also for easy pay
ments. New Illustrated cataloguo free.
Uf VAtlTbli Co;, i any have commenced
r I Al F'hc manufac.tureof upright grand
" l'latios. Introtlnciiiif important
improvements; adding to the power ard beauty of
touo and durability. ill not require turnup one
quarter as much as other I'iauoa. Illustrated C-ir-
ThwMAMUN &IIAVILIN Organ and Piano Co.,
1M Tremont Mt. HuRton; 48 E 14lb St., New York;
149 WahMb Ave, , Chicago.
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ni Mitniruisi Kimiiist. ha i. iHUsr. u n NiirN.
ITvasi Usmirial (I ratart-K ljal of
Appuie, renin a umitft,uu, tun hu viooa
iliifftswi. It Htver (kill. All drum. it and
eouotrr ttore krrntri iell U, R. K. hfllrr
A t o., lrnV PilUhurvht on evrrv bottle.
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
pUEnTKR. iUt ycr opens September 11th.
V-'Ncw Hulldines. Superior accommodations.
Appointments complete. F.ngllsh, Colligiato,
Chemical, Civil Knifineerlfi; coirnes. Degrees
Conferred. Applv to W. P. Ilalllday. Esq.. patron
Cairo, III , or to COL. TIIEO. 11YATT, West.
ADOTO : IHCOE
Clulw. cillrra the su rent iiieinaof uiakluKretmlur m-nilily
ljieh meiiilaTtnla the IwuetiLot couiliineil capital ot tbo
Cbili. lotolofliier omu. Jiivldcndspaid monthly, ller
portsof os'mtiuiia sent each niemlsT. Blum 10 each,
ntleem ib!e, nouar.'ssalilo, trniiHtemblff. A reliable cor
Awtaiiulentwaiitisl in every town. Bseial Inifiieemcnts.
Explanatory cimilnrN-iit free. Address 11. E.KjiNDAlJi
b Co., 177 L liLSallo St., CHICAGO, III.
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Flshlns; Tackle, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Kaiors, Skates, Hamiuocka, etc.
Lar.e Illustrated Catalogue FREE,
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED! Ladtos nd Oentlemen, toenfraro
Willi us to sell several Useful Household
Article. Prodta lurge Laoor Is light.
Kicluslve territory given. No competition.
Terms liberal. Circulars FREE, Address
Hewitt Mauufact'g Co., Box 8BH, Plttsbnrgh, ra.
Swedish Insoot Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tlioroiif-hly extprmlnste Roaches, Ants,
Bed Hugs, Fleas, LlRO.Tnhaceo and Cotttm Worms,
Moth, etc. It is siifu, sure, cleanly Bin! cheap, li
will not poison Hbliiuils or fowls. Sample park
ages liy muil I cents, post-paid. Stamps taken.
Circulars fice. A cents Wanted. Address,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pittsbargh, Pa.
of all kinds for sale very cheap.
Cataloguea free. Address, RICHARD
HULL I CCL Box 868. Pittsburgh, Ps,
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliance rs lent on 30 Dm' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
"lirHO ara anlferlnir from Nanvous DsniMTr,
V Lost Vitality, Lara or Naava Foat a .it
Vmon, Wastino WHKNKswita. and nil tho. iliM-aatsj
of a t'aaaoNAi. Nati'uh reaultliiK frum Aai .aa and
tlTHKR fAeasa, HneiMly relief and roniiilvt realo
TIh irranileat aiseovrry of tha NinnteHntli Century.
ttaaU t unw fur lllumratud ranipltlat frwa. Aildrtws
VOLTAIO BELT CO., MARtHALL, MICH.
Titos (li'Hiiiliu to imtke inoiiff
oils nil lino in ui. an iiivustuieiits
In 1,'I'imii, proviai us uml atocK
Hpecitliitlii . vim do so hy opor
ntiiiii ntnitir lii'i. Fioin Mny 1st,
1ISI, t til" nra"iit rutn. oil in
V. Ht uiriiuA nt ."IIMNiM l.diHi, cash
piMtlti i iv, i).;u rmlMeil and
lll' I U lllM'lltllt'H niii"ii,liiiif to
sovonu tiiiK'a t . iiriuinul mrat
lilelit, still ii iivlnu theonKM' 'I In
M'Httlii'i'C li!.,kiiK mi'imy 01 ly
aliln on ilennuel. lv,ilu;iHtnr' i-ir-I'lllnis
ivim (.l lteiin'il'S oUnnd V
Kent lri'. We wuot ei i "iiall)l
asi'tita, who will r port, mi rropt
ami liitr.Hliine tho plnu. LiLx-rul
ootinn.ss "is tmi.l. Aildiri's,
n.rMMIMM X MrttHltU. rm.
inlMiua Meraaaula, Majnr Wartlu
t alat all.