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BY K. TEMPLE MOIIE.
The room seemed to have crept into
that grim, prosaic home by mistake, so
bright, so cheery, so cosy was it.
Crimson curtains shut out the bleak
November evcuing. A coal fire spark
led in a little open stove, its soft lij;ht
making a rosy twilight. Everywhere
weredainty feminine adornments, every
where the suggestion of a woman's
By a small shaded lamp in one corner
a boy was poring over a book. Swaying
hornelf slowly backward and forward in
a low rocker sat a girl, a child at tirst
glance, so small was the black-robed
A mass of fair curls tanglod to hor
waist. The eves under the dark, delicate
lids were as blue as meadow violets.
A knock at the door. She sprang to
her feet with a sudden glad cry as she
caught sight of the tall, shabbily dress
ed figure on the threshold.
"Max!" sbe cried. "Ob. Cedric, it's
She held out both hands rapturouoly,
her eyes alight. He smiled a little sadly
as he noticod the frank, childish joy of
words and actions.
"When did you get back, Max?" the
boy sjkod, flininz down his book and
coming forward. We missed vou awful
ly. Didn't we, CoraP Aw fully!"
"Yes," Cora murmured absently,
looking up into the grave, handsome
fane before her and still holding one
cold, brown hand in both her own little,
warm, snow-white ones. "Come and
get warm, Max. It is almost Christmas
weather. Haven't we the place nice?"
with quiot pride. "Do you know,"
cheerily, "that sometimes we Cedric
and I don't hardly miss home?"
And -there was a quick sob. Max
Marsden looked pityingly down on the
Eretty, averted, fire-flushed face. She
ad begun so bravely, only to falter and
limp lamely to the end.
"It is cosy, Cora! It is home, dear.
Try and remember you have Cedric,
anil love always makes home!"
She lifted her bead in sudden self de
fiance. She resolutely curved her lips
into a smile, and winked the bright
"Now, next I will make vou a cup of
tea. I can make tea, you know. And
steak I can cook steak now, and"
But he laughed and held up one hand
"What a menu! And what a little
cook it is to be sure! Never mind the
steak, dear. Just let us have a cup of
tea and then we will go to the opera."
She stood quite still in the rosy fire
shine, just gaspingout the one enchant
ing word. She was little more than a
child, remember this girl of sixteen.
And she had never been to the opera.
"Yes 'II Trovatore.' Really and
truly. Now little woman muffle up, for
its seven o'clock and we may be." using
a genuine Chicngoism, 'bridged!'"
Do ear before Cora Lester's father
bad died, leaving his cbildn-u orphaned
and almost friendless. He had been ac
counted a wealthy man. His house on
the Boulevard ha'd been a marvel of al
most barbaric magnificence.
But after his death gradually the
Knowledge caruo to bis children that the
only heritage their father had left them
was that of bitter poverty.
Their only relative, an uncle, because
of former enmity with his brother re
fused to aid them.
So with childish pride taking the
mall portion remaining to them they
went out into the world alone.
But slowly their slender purse grew
lighter and slighter, and would Tinve
totally collapsed were it uot tbfit Max
Marsden came forward with kindly of
fers of assist auce.
He was only a struggling, uusuccsf
ful journalist, but he was an old friend
A the family and they looked to him
and trusted him accordingly.
Many the little comfort which found
it way from his hands to this upper
atory room. Cora got work, painting
porcelain for a city Hon sc. Often, after
.ifl'iiring to deliver'it, she would cry out
in surpri.-e at the ample pay her friend
brought back: "They had a customer
who' was willing to pav a good price
for suitable work," Max Marsden would
Chicago was not at its pleasantestthis
sharp, unlovely evening. Winter had
come upon it suddenly, unexpectedly.
(itiHts of wind whirled the brown leaves
madly down the avenues. The very car
bells jingled mournfully.
Once the girl glanced up at her com
panion In quick questioning:
"Where is your overcoat, Max? You
' "It's it's a bad habit to. muffle up
early ami 1 tn uot cold.
Aud his eyes of tender brown smiled
down on the pretty, pitying face.
He had no overcoat; but there was a
little, well-filled pooket-book in Cora
Lester s desk, tin contents ot winch una
not come from the sale of plnooues.
They passed into MoVicker's, a blaze
of licht, as into Fairyland.
But Max Mandcn did not look at the
stage or the house. He did not listen to
the music, lie saw only one radiant,
dazzling, girlish face, one bent, bright,
lintoninif head. Manv a blasn tlieatra.
goer turned to look at her at the
Fissome, girlish figure leaning slightly
forward, at the little clasped hands, n't
the nusmui oneeks ana scarlet lips and
Like Pygmalion's statue thrilled Into
life, sho snt there startled and intoxirat
ed by tho witchery of music.
The ulffht wore on. Fans fluttered.
jowels sparkled, kidded hands putted
appiauso as "tne voice rang out from
the dunsroon tower."
It was over. The curtain had fallen.'
1 ho people were leaving. Tho ohlld put
out, one nana blindJy. "Ub, Max." she
Almost home she turned to him quiet
ly with a sort of awe in her sweet face.
"I did not know before how dearly I
loved Verdi. 1 shall never hear a bar of
his inusio without recalling my (irnt
opera, Max, without remembering
"You will not forget meP I am glad
of that. I am going to test your promise
sooner tnan you think, dear. I am going
Tho young voice was sharp with a
quick, constrained pain now to it.
"Yes. 1 have obtained on trial the
Fosition I went to New York toprooure.
nail for England pa Tuesday. And
now, here is a piece of good news to
counteract the other. I went to see your
uncle to-day and had a loner talk with
him. Ho is not such a grim, hard man
as they say. Your feelings and Ccdrio's
towards turn had been misrepresented
to him. He is very lonely, and old and
otiiuiisn. lie promises ail luxury, an
kindness, if you will both go and be to
nm as his own children. Seeing him as
do, wit!) unprejudiced eyes, I think tie
regrets his past heartless conduct."
"Mv child. I know all vou would sav:
but Cedric is not 6trong enough to work,
and I cannot go away leaving you so
lonely and helpless. Rcsiiios, it is not
wholly dependence. In his hands are
some monies of your father's on which
you have morally a claim. Believe me,
t is for tbo befit."
He came into the house and shook
hands with Cedric Then he stooped to
Cora and reverently touched her fore
head with grave, bearded lips. A mo
ment more mid the great shabby figure
had burst out of the room, down the
stairs, and was striding rapidly away
under the blue, star-studded sky.
She stood and watched him out of
sight, with eyes grown strangely dim.
unoe ne paused and looked back.
She was still standing there, a slim,
dark figure against that patch of light.
"un, ray love, uoa rue?? you; tie
Ana Ibr'-oisrh her ears kept nnmnr,
"Non ti scorar di me!"
Five years later.
And tbe curtain of the Grand Opera
House at Faris rose on aa tine an audi
ence as had ever sssembled within its
painted, sculptured walls. The world
of fashion was there. "I air women and
brave men," noblemen of England and
Germai.y, diplomats with ribbons and
orders at their buttonholes, and ladies
who. listening lan?uidlv Id their oer-
fumed laces, still could sway with a
gesture destinies political as well as so
cial. In one of the boxes on the grand
tier sat three trentleran. One a tall,
bronzed, soldierly man, noticing manv
glasses being levelled at an opposite
box, lifted bis lorgnette and looked
across the stage.
A ladv, with a little coterie of admir
ers, had juat entered. She woim some
soft, silken dress all aqua-tparine and
silver. There were waterlilies in the
golden hair, and emeralds on the white
A childish face for all its, pride, and
that peculiar haughty poise of tho head.
A face with eyes humorous as blue dia
monds, a snowy 6tately throat, and
cheeks just dashed with rose.
'U ho is she? Max Marsden ques
"Ma fai!" cried a vivacious little
Frenchman, "you do not knowP She is
a compatriot of yours la belle Amen
caioc! Her name is Lester Mademoi
"Ah!" And then after a pause: "Who
is that gentleman leaning over her
' Ah, that is Savaeeau!" answered a
member of the American Legation, "the
Conite de Savageau. He isneir to half
n d')7."M princely estates, and is Made
moiselle's devoted slave. But she will
have nono of him. She is a beauty and
an heiress, and half Paris is mad about
ber. But one might as well adore a
statue. No marble is colder than she!"
Max Marsden, tho celebrated journal
ist, the literary lion of the day. looked
with his keen, hawk eyes across the
bright expanse to that dainty vision
with tho water-lilies in ber golden hair.
Dreamily be murmured a few lines of
"8be was tbors, and I was there.
And tbe flittering borae-shoc curved between.'
"What the deuce are you mumbling,
Marsden?" demanded the attache.
"Never mind!" curtly.
He was thinking of that other night
when together they bad heard "U
It was the same opera to-night, but
bow differeutly sbe listened now, lau-
fuidly, almost inattentively, leaning
ack in that graceful, queenly way of
He thought of the words she had then
spoken. "I shall never again hear a
bar of Verdi's music without recalling
my first opera, without remembering
During the last act she rose and gath
ered ber rich wrap round her. All the
pretty bloom had faded from her cheek.
Half an hour later Max Marsden stood
in her hotel.
"When Mademoiselle Lester arrives
say that an old friend craves a mo
Mademoiselle, trailing ber sheeny
silks and laces along the marble corridor,
?nusod in amazement at tbe message,
hea she bowed a little wearily and
passed on to the grand salon.
"Max!" she cried, "Max!"
Her face was transfigured. Sbe held
out both hands in ber old frank, fearless
way, He caught them tightly tn his
All his soul was in bis eyes as he
looked down ou the lovely lifted fsce.
Just one glance!
And over brow and cheek and milk
white throat flamed a color and a light.
The blue eyes drooped before that
g8"Cora!" still holding her little kidded
hands in his own, and speaking hoarse
ly, breathlessly, "to-night has recalled
that other night when when I left you
for your own sake because I darod not
stay! Perhaps the music has made me
raa'd, for 1 am daring, oh, my love, my
love, to bring you now the tribute I
could not ofl'cr five years ago!"
For one moment she was silent
Then she lifted those beautiful truth
ful eyes of hers.
"Max, I think that night my soul
awoke. For since then ah me, the
womanly shyness that crimsoned all her
cheek, "for sinoe then I've been
CAIRO BULLETIN; FiRDAY MORNLVO. NOVEMBER 2i 1583.
A Faultless Family Me.Iicluo.
"I have used in my t'nmily Simmons'
Livr KouuUtur fur the lam eiulit or ten
years, und found it to supercede anything
rccoiuuieiiumi fur dulls, tt vi-rsnd aue. I
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other mercurial treatments. I irivc it to
my children, from one year old to those- nl
twentj-flvo years old. It is sll you c ull
wihh in a family. Please use my name as
you wish. Very truly,'
IS. II. UhbaNKs, Crawlord Co., Ou."
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jw.t tht! name ns by drivers of wanns. tf.
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A Cough. Cold or Fore Throat
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THE hOOf i aONi HuilC CO.,CHIl;G0.ia
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Gmtlemen :-For tho part few year w
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few reliable household remedies worth;
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other Porous Tlasters or Liniments for
yengou'w Capcii PlasW is & s;enulni
Panaaceutlcal product, of the highest
order of merit, and so roomied b
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies Ml rt a Ben
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Tou will be disappointed if you use
cheap Piasters, Liniments, Pads or Eleo
trioal Uagufltio toys.
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A r(r1ar C4rn,lujitn of tmo infdlf.il
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tt. I.011 ts. m cl'v phi khi' und h11 old rsl.
dnntd know. ( oniillntl'n ul office or bv null,
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the rlty (,,r trralmviit, imillcim run liptent
by mallor 'X,rH tvrvwhrrp. t'nrahle r'c
I'uraiitfvd: wlurp dniibt pxista It lsftRDkly
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Nervous Prostration, Dobility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bonci, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisonin?, SkinAtfec
tions, Old Soros and UloBrs, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention tr cws from over-yorked brain.
SURGICAL CASES roceivejpeoiaUtention.
Diseases arising frm Imprudi nces, Excessep,
Indulg'noxs or Espo-sur",.
It la M'lf.i'vlilciit Hint fi iliy.li'liin iylng
particular atirntlon tn h c 1 -i - oien-ti' aliiiliin
greut skill, and .liv-icjin- In ri anlnr praetlce
all over tbe .'iinir.rv 'kiiowImk ',bl. lYeiinenlly
rxroniliieiul r:i-tn tht- ol,li l (.llli'e In Am-rlca
where evi-rv known h , I litisct" l ri'"l'ted to,
and tbe tt"'"l renif.l If", cil all
met ami I'lnint I'le are iibt-il, A hole home In
iiel 1'n ollU'i' l'nri'o-e. and all art- treated with
eklil In a reipeeifiil iniinner; 111, i. knowing
wlmt ' 1 not'Hiierlnieiita are inrlile, I mac
ro'u 1 treat number itlyliiit. tba
rbHi,, .. .... n i't low. often low. i' 11. an la
drniiiiiiled bv nibei't If vou ferine the ckl'l
and yet aiei"lv and oeiln't lil'c cm e. that !
tba liiiioriaut' lustier. 1 aini'lilet, SO tageb,
ut to any adilren free.
plates. I CARRIAGE GUIDE. I p,ges.
ElPRHnt cloth n,l eiltbliiilliiK. Healed for 50
cent In iitne or currency Over fifty won
.'erful pen ilcture. due to life article' on the
oIIowIiik Kuhli cts. Whnniav luarry. who not;
vt ll-oivr ate to iniirrv. Who ii'arry llrat,
jlahhooil, woniaihon 1. Ihvlcal decay. Who
whonlil inai'i v. How life a,i 1 hMilne may bo
jncreaiid. Thov- married or contemplating
rwrvluK nboul'l read It. It oiiubt lobe rend
oy all H1 ul t 'crin.. t'u n kept iinder lock and
kav. Popular eilltlon, mine a a'ooi i, hut paper
(over and M) Jiaitet, 2b cei U by luall. In luouey
VOL li OAIMTAI.
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in V I iIIIIM; . v r.itt ','1. ( nm.
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WH TT R
lt Ilolicf Htnl Cure as certain m day follows day by Dr. J. A. Mimnau's Method,
With tafetyfrotn tbn (Ungei of utrun, uUUou and wllhnm lh. Itijiuv trn-e tntl'.ft. T'no'o wlhtna
proof rboiiiil a "ud P l aula tor bit book, coot lining llk.iue.tee of h d caan h fore and alter cure, alio
i uiloti-eitiiiiita or irol'celonat KUDtieouin, MuiltHri, Merc latin, l'' rm ri and other who haw bn
i iirml. Truac an I Uupliirii am.ucr or l-ilor aifnct tin norvnna and muo a ejK'.i'm, bring ,.u oriul" die
uaiei, Inipotoui'y, deatioy omiri a id or.liil ilea'roa. maklur l Of yiiin g u'nl and tii 01 1 uaeli ta I'rlu
dpal ofh 'o i I Hroadwav, Nnw York, ror thn conrjiilencn of Wejierii patlin t Ilr. r-berni iu will bo St
hi offlcu.cnr aud Market etroi ta, at, Lotil, Mi)., from N'.v. luiicr lt t Duceinher S'lib.
dvi milcar'i en.it
Rnn. or ANY
seen Our NEW
em get UKTTEK
AT LEAST Ons
lug on, or order
J. L. mm,
Mi kt AlV r.ifllhfc Mh.s I s.
TUB I5KST Knmily 3tag-
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I'KMOItKST's Illustrated MONTHLY.
Hold hy all New-deab r aod Pr.afi a-tera. fiend
Twenty 1 lift or a s.Belnien t.onv to W. ,lkN
NISds HKM iHKHT, Vuhllaher.' 17 Kaat- Kour
totnih fcitcct, Now York.
If" TUo Nw Volume fill) commences with
November feud HlrTY OrN'lh lor thre
moiilha; It wl l ulfy you that ymt can uhircrtn
TwoUo.larK for a eai and a, t tun tiiiw Ha vain
()VXii AT FX l'ynunt to learn Telegi
1 JiJjll l)h II, 11 lew mi.niha. ana
certain of u situailon, addruea Vaiimlue Uruthtra
ittlieaville, . r,
K . : t aii.df.iro r Sulcct l.i't of Lo-
acal Ni weP'.lii r (i.'.. 1'
It wll & Co.. 10
Spruce Mriet. New oik.
Jf J ii'liO,-, in h roiiriv cure jnrHll Dlaohar,
Stinylr,, Iti.iH, u.,,1 l'.nluj cit(.HIon Of US
R) akltji J,V ill aWWilalW
a S.00 I"lr',u"le' i'rnnlaby alldrui
lTrtinrt l77vmnroht CINCINNATI'
EI 11 191!
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Blood, ami v ill completely cbar ao the blood in the tn-
iireavtipnnn inruemortnt. flnjperaon wnowin iti
1 plllearh iiiu-hi from 1 tn 18waekania)rbratnrad
to sound health, If inch a thiat be pnuibl. Said -erywhara,
or nt. bvmall for S latter tamp. I. S.
dOHNtox 4 to., Jinctun. Hu., fonnarly H.'iugur, Jl
or smn cnApsR rni gvt.
Ulflaa.Sliol f.iinn, Kf vnlvort. Ainninnltlnn,
Klahinu rrklo, Seine-., Ntn, Knlva,
K,ioi , skntca, ll iniinoek. tc.
I.nrBa Illuatrtl CiitmiiY'i" IRF.E.
GREAT VvESTtKN GUN WORKS,
WANT ED ! t.mjic and OentlPmcn. toomrsi
with u pi i'i keverdl I'Wul liouaahnlj
Artn lc. I'eiiftia . rc I.nticr I light.
Exilii'-ivo t,.rrltorT given. No competition.
Terms li'.otiil. f iirtilam FTlKh. Add was'
Hewitt Ma'iiii.u't'g t o.. Hot Nia, I'ittitbiirah, Pa,
SwMltib Inient Vo-xAnv Kills
!fl I A-i 5.1
AND ALL TROL'OLESGMH VEilMIN.
It will thnrr.i',.: lv .tfn"!aato Poarhea, Ants,
Pel l,ah. r'l'-a, LI 0,'i'ul.ai'i'o nmH'oitoti Worms,
Mo-Ji. et". It. fs rf'!, rnrc. oleanly un t rheap. It
will nt fe-il'-r.-i nr.'.mals or fowl, fitraple park
a bv lull -m a:1.'?, ant-paM. ?awp taken.
C.'iroutitra ri Au.-nt" Sautt'il. Address,
J. II. JOHNSTON. Pittsburgh. Pa.
tiifiof all kinds lot sale very cheap.
flCStaicgues tree. Addrrua. RICMARB
'3 HULL & CO. Pox 868. NtUmrgh. Ft,
BCfORE - AND AFTER
Electric Applj.incas are sent on 30 Days' trial.
TO MEM 0LY, Y01H1 OS 0L1,
T-HO are iiilTerlnif from NgRTnt'i Prbiutt,
V LOHT Vl lAIITV. t.ACS OF .N'KIIVK FORI I ND
ViouR, Waktin'i Wk,ui. an 1 ail thu.- Uiaoaiw
of a I'unmiNM. .Navciik ncnltin ( fi nm Anient and
Otiikr Cai'ji.n. sneu.ly roiief un I complete ran to
ration of Hr.lth.v nioHainl Umio Uiic uuinTito.
The irrnnil"t dii-covory of the Mneleeutli Century.
Send at unce fur llliutntuid Pmnphlet free. Adiireaa
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
cur Ol !HniyluU. fHHtllf. Dot la. fftl ,T, Old SyrM,
Bore kvt'i, .Mrcurlil UUbbici, CutHiTb vw of
Appt-dic, Female C'ouiilalDH. und ti. dlttod
(Jl'i. It nrvtr fui la. All ilruttit md I
oounirr ttore kufpfr it II tt. II. i Mdltrt
4 (.. I'rojiV riiuiHtnrh, n uverv Nit tie.
Pruiikoniiess & Opium Eating
C C.IJm'to M l) ASon, 431 Fmrth nvcotir.
New YnrK, bnvti pHnlcc rnmediert for titeo hvIIa.
TtiontTitiA riiro J. Culi or Bvml itnmp for evl
I lint a pu.lltveruiiiiKlr fur the tliovo illtnuo; bj It
Ihonauitt of ca.o of ttit wor.t kind anil of lone
.tamllng liav ban curail. Iinlaad, ,tron I. my fkliS
u lit ciflcacy, that I lll tanil TWO KUEK, to-
reiliKr nlth a Vil.riUI.S IKKi I lab; on tint vliiawe, to
tumfl.mr, Olvg Biuret tml p. o aililrant,
PR, T, A. SLOCl'M, in l'g..rUL, N.a- York.
i'Wf l' i ' '
lng from ui
807 . rifth Street. 67. IC'JIS
,7a -t' m. m
f. i nut msAnjAu astro for 5 Tsari. &sl til
wSmW noacl JUS! what it sayi.
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