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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOUNINl?, DECEMBER 3. 18S2.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given r ,
If alum or any injurious miIisiiuiccs cmi bo round
in Andrew' Voarl IU'dnR Powder. Is P"
lively PURE. lii!uv,.l'ir.'., awl testimonials
rect'ivixt tmm such cl:'m!tsaiiS. lnuia liny. I
ton; M. iViiU'oii'aiiii'1, of Chirusio; nnd OiuUiVUi
Bone, Milwaukee NVver m Id in built.
C. E. ANDREWS & CO.
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of il i Kt-H-- uuil i!i mi;, ic !f ki A ni'cuard of
hoMth- It i tbis pwrlji'n uriiie human lnr!ro,
nnd wlini It w.ixi'i' wen -. tin- true none I- tothrow
in rrlnforri nn ni". In oilior wurii. when h an
iftncri'Mtifv occtir", coiuuii'ir monrfc nf IloMi't-
ter'd Jttlt'-rn. Kor m' u.v tlnii'ijl Ih nnd iWU'rt, to
whom apply for Ijocti'ttcr A-uiinac fur
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The H'm h&sctt'rji'il n cnvInU r.'piKiit on wht'r
flVi r known, 'ii imui'Ih;' ti.l ntii'-r i-r.--mt i ion.
BB OON'IZ'U) S A MJNDKKH'I.OIhCOVKV
SoM bv ilrn rilt hi 5 i-n t -. tin 'irclptof
prlra wl I mull ini'kawi Kuii'l l"f riri-lar con
ttninu foil tnfor'Tia' on itnl ri:ll hm v imotilii.
I.LY CKK AM UAI MCO.,loMj. N. Y.
OCLD MEDAL, PAEIS, 1878.
The moHt popular swcot
Ch'-icrlato In tho market. It
nitrttious and palutablo;
it pin-'tRular t'uvonlB with
cluliti en, and n most oxoul
h ut aruclo for I'atuUy uuo.
7 Ac iH nuine in nianxpnl 8.
firmrin, Imrrhrttrr, Ainu,
Hi tin ro of tni tut ton .
Sold by iriiri m rvprji'licre.
W. BMER Si CO., Borcfcstcr, lass,
One Dollar! One Dollar!
TUB WKEKI.Y l'LAIN D-'A ItM,
(JlcTclnifl. 0 fill M lr H v lli' nnlier: Ijil inn A
In diuit Iimii icrutl-' J inr ttl mil v.'i''iiM'' Tiiniy
NW'Pler Hi'tiiln )).. J, il tur i ii tint U(n r
Id tbt t for lh tiru. i'K' n n -x 1'ulilWtiuiu
Co., Cl i lirid, Ohio. ( iii U rojit lr.'.
,t TV. rank -S-'w ""'fT rvr'T' '"TIm.
IS CCLEBI.ATED B B
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A QUESTION OF
Forgive in.-'s or lv'-iionor.
t---. c i-.v.-.-s j, -.:y--T .:.v of !
.' ; .v. .$ w;!a one
v.'V." he said, at
. 1 1 .0 chiiiige in his
v, "tl av v.si rvvosuttomred my
Ah :y. I; WiMi'.-l be to him a snarrrr
tl of his luve f r hrr if lie Yielded
this prayer than thi? fircrivenes of nil
lur transgressions a.'.iinst liis naine
Hinl trust.' It vas thnnuli liis wife that
AnioM Murrav had toiu hed him; he it
Wd3 who hud hionu'ht Ik r such sorrow.
He could not for". Hrit; and it was a
wrrnnh for him to think of his wife go
ins to hi hittertt enemy.
lie his teeth und clenched his
hand. This d.udard to speak to his wife
to touch her hand!
TliililV the trirl said, coining to him
and laving a half timid clasp on his
arm, "have von no pii v for that wrecked
life? "I woiild not urge any excuse for
hinv, hevas his own enemy Heaven
he!) him! Had you no pang of pity for
I lonked at you. Erica, and I had
none." L'iiilip ma'de answer and Lent his
liead vet lower.
It wa liai'il-it was hard to give way.
It was harder to refuse Phis, when he
loved her so pa-i .'i nately.
Slie stood, .wi! h ilrooping head and
hands chHp'M hi;tciv her. a few steps
from hi in. $: (ould plead no more,
tvmeinhi rii:;' Iwe.v . i n t.he owed him,
and in that mak Riving up. nneou-B'-'iouslv
Alter a pauv'. l'hilipngain drew her
to his side, a, id the ll;is that kK-ecl hers
so Miftlv were quivering, and the voice
that spoke to her was not steady.
"I cannot nif;k" you sorrowful, dear
one." lie said. "Forgive nie that I
found it hard to vichl you anything you
a-kod of me. You shall sec him. mv
Ih r eves met. his a moment, idled
with a d'rep gratitude her lips could not
utter, ami then she nestled closer in his
aims, and her simple "Thank vmi,
l'iiilip, " seemed to him more than
worth the hurtle he had lost.
"I don't know rs he'll know you.
ma'am," said the nurse, as she pushed
open the door lea ling to a long passage
opening from the orison iimrmaiv.
ll"'s not wilh the others, ma'am. Oh.
no; Mr. St. John managed that, and
wonderful good it is of 'im, seeing as
how your cousin can't recover. Lor,
rua'ani. he won't never serve Ins time.
The doctor says there ain't no constitn
tii'i. left, what with drink andall. And
he can't have no drink here, you Me."
All of uhi'i) information she im
parted while traversin.? the pa.i-agc till
she came to a f-ia.ill room at the end.
I vO' -M Pe just out.nde. ma'am, and
Mr. ...,'.,ii said he'd wait in the pas
sage lor von," ka;d the nurse, and Krica
passed into that chamber. Arnold i'ur-
's hist ear;!
The eye to--k
n;,;-ct of '.! 1
tie 1'iw. piiMiivuke
.-!, d that va? all.
': f. to tv.e low 1 4
,T.-aV:.-. f.r his
1 vfia'h rose and feil
t mi; v tv.
r if.-.cii ;i :
l.ert ;'.tv. T..e i
light f-il roH
,'r.7: tvr ,'ir.d T, i!':d
distinct r ': f th;
.!.:- but th.u a:,l
and clvT f u t'ne '
I U-n, ' Ii- I;O!l0W -'njaf-'.S ro i!;U lii'J
s. the harsh hues about th mouth.
' :( reiouv.-il h-r hat as though the
l,t r.'.'.r..-!....! i.t.r i.?,d tnf-'i Uii
hii.king d,.w!i en biiu with a drnng
calnmesN with si:f.d-iwd e iri v.hich
('welt. ah. what wistful loii?.i;g and
s,,i!nw. wind ifio'uiirg b.je'ii a.o'ig the
i,;: : that were ge'i". what n-ele:-- cry-in'.-,
"it I'lhrht h.tf he"n!''
i.iil sh.- 'loused Iruseif fretn the
thrr.ildom in v, hieli memory w;." hold
in,' 'r,er. and bent over Arnold, laving
her hand gi-ntlv on h.is forehead, damp
and guv v, ih the lines of death; for be
had sunli rapidly during the week that
had elapsed .since, tin- trial.
The tou.di loiisi i him; he started up
sin I gazed wildly at the girl, slowh
gathering recognition, but trembling
now iu every limb.
"Ilowd'd you come?" he half whis
pered. "How did you manage'- lien't
keep it from hini any more. Krica;
there's been enough mischief."
"My husband brought me here to see
you." said the low. clear voice steadily.
"Hut I can't understand you." Arnold
said, sinking back with a "quick-drawn
breath. "This is no place for you. How
could St. John let vnu come that proud
"I will not conceal anything from
vou. dear Arnold.'' The grnat pity at
her heart Mradened her sorely, but she
would be calm and tender, and as she
spoke her thi.oeis were putting back the
siraying locks from his forehead. "It
was'hardfor Philip to grant me this,
but he is very noble and good, and let
me come M
"They will say there was truth in that
storv,"Vaid Arnold, frowning.
"-Not when l'iiilip bronghl me."
"No. no." He lay quite silent for n
little time, soothed by her gentle, ca
ressing hand, smiling even nnd mutter
ing of the day;; before he knew what
sin meant, lor his mind was half wan
dering, but suddenly he spoke dearly
and abrupt lv,
"Tor life!' I thought that a grim
mockery; didn't you Krica? They'll
never get that, out of me, nnd that's
something to he thankful for. Hid you
know it V
"I know it, Arnold."
"Arc you sorry- the truth, little coV"
"It would be worse than death.'' the
girl whispered, bowing her head down.
"J ini ot be sorry, Arnold."
,1,1 . . J' 'J 1
1 hot s Midi! . then. I 111 deuced clad
thoi-fh thiaiKii " He turned ikv..iv
and hmh:i red st rongly, then said sott
Iv, "I like oor soft lingers on ruv f.u-
head. Krica, li t. good of you; hat you
lnti'd hate n.e. il ar- don t' vou'.'"
"ilush, oh. Iii'mIi. Arnold'," she aid,
in biiter iiimuisii. 'dean only ictie iw
her that yen were my iiinlh'cfs. darling-
my care-mv chave-e,"
'Yon i i'idi mlier lhat'r" he said, lath
er eagerly. "Von nhva : with it good
girl, 1 don't deserve it". Krica. I urn
sonv 1 let vnu suffer so lung I am, in
deed." "I wish-oh, I wish, Arnold, you
were liorty for yourself," she whispered,
with u half sob, and he moaned un
easily. "That's what the chaplnin Is always
saying. Tell me" ho Mopped and
glanced round the room, then Jell hack
exhansled'-il' the'd give me brandy,"
he said, In h hollow' whisper. "I'm dy
ing for want of drink. Can't you get
Krica row and gave him some cooling
drink that stood upside him. und then
w ttr d her hind ttilh tho nweet violH
scent she had brought, and laid them
on his forehead.
"That's good," he murmured to him
self. "Violets! That's like the fields
at liravle. Is that the sea muttering
outside What was I going to say?"
Ho knitted his brows, and then added:
"About you! Oh. I know." He seemed
AC.v.it to gether consciousness from tho
soitof stupiT into w hich he was hink
tv.g "I'. sr.'l right between you und
i'mhp. isn't it-'" '
" Thai's r.uht. What ate you going
in .! i; V t ing to tirayle again?"
?:,e sV.vi iv I inwduiilarily, and an
swered in the quiet, s teadfast voice that
was the effort of self-control:
-Vo. dear; we shall go abroad, I
"And you are sure, unite sure, you
forgive liie?" Arnold said, and his hand
closed on luu s tightly, and his wavering
gaze fixed for a moment.
"(uite sure, Arnold. I forgive you
from mv verv heart, as I hope to he
forgiven," J'.rici said, with strung ear
nestness. And he lav muttering to himself for
a little while! then again abruptly spoke,
but now faintly, and with a quiver of
the hand she held.
"And I'hilip nh, you start and hide
your face; he s not like you, but then,
you're his wife. Well, is he here'.'"
"lie is without. Arnold."
"You don't think '' he began
eagerly, but stopped exhausted. "I'm
so timid, I'm up to nothing."
"You would like him to come to
you?:' said thy girl, gently, but inward
ly trembling. Ah, would Philip st ill be
pitiless? "You would like to know that
lie forgave vou loo?"
He said '"Yes.'' feebly, but looked
more assent. "It's only a feeling, but
it doesn't matter."
She rose and glided away, her heart
throbbing heavily. Philip was walking
slowly up and down at the further end
of the corridor, with his arms folded
across his breast, his head bent in deep,
perhaps regret firl thought; he turned
as Krica came to him.
"l'iiilip." she said, and paused, drocp
ing her eye s; then, with a sud'hui rush
of bitter sorrow, sh bowed her face on
his arm. whispering in intense plead
ing: "He is dying. Philip. He asked
for you to forgive. Oh, husband, have
you Ho pit v now?"
He stood looking down on her fur a
moment, and the stern l:p softi-io d.
the dark eyes grew tender.
"Philip.'' the girl said, wistfully,
"come with me; surely no vengeance
could live in that presence?"
And he did not resist, when taking
his hand she drew him towanU the
And in that ineffable presence that
hovered near and yet nearer eerv n.o
nient, l'iiilip acknowledged she sjoke
truth. He stood beside that sli.i!!'. i ed
wreck of manhood, and how-.! ids
head, rebuked bv a judgment higher
than his own. and bis implacable fv-r-ity
shrank and dwindled, and feemed
poor and ignoble here in this pri.soii
100m v here a young life was running
out its last sands.
"Arnold." said the girl softh . kneel
ing bf side him, ami laying her band on
He opened his eves dreamily, and
they rested on Philip St. John's tad
form and dark fare.
A change ea.'f.e over the dyiuz man.
He ralhelfera moment, biting himself
up and gazlrs into Philip's eys. half
as he uhl so. and riutt
with irvo'is fore at Enca s hsri'i.
"Are you come to reproa-h me?" he
said, hour...' v. "I took voer brother
1 this child, but I shan't
I'.nt d'.wiu pressing him
geiit'y r., .: k om the pdcars, and keeping
oil hand on his shoulder.
"I am not come to reproach," he a;d.
and t;. t-r v.-u a great pitv in his ....v
tone. -nor to judge you for vour pa-t
'd alwayshated you. I'hilip. St. John."
An. old sii 1. 'p-iking with s!i,v ntier-At,-.
but without b;t;c, rss. "It was
nni. -t of me. I in sorry tor it. and ior
ai the wrong 1 d.d vou. She has l'or
!: n n.' ot I d;d you the g:u: r
Yoi:g. through her: and you re h.'.id
er than sh'; is. Tiiev say I am dying.
Jllst s,!V "
Iov and '".ivering tame the de p.
soit voice: "I do bugive you. Arnold.'1
( HM'TEIl XXI.
( ONt.U sioN.
In a week or two Philip St. John took
his voung w itc abroad, going from place
, I 1 ... . 1 . 4 1 . . .
to piace. ami lemat.jmg noscm. uie
whole of that autumn and following
winter, only returning to England in
(ierald st. .frili 1 1 . the head of the fam
ily, had begged I'hilip to stay at Wilton-le-Thorpe.
w lu-re Krica uiighf regain
thai tone of lmdv and mind which she
had lost after all the fearful urain of
the htrt three years, but I'hilip had
thanked him cordially but. declined or
"There will be change of scene
abroad." lie wrote to his cousin, "and
Walter's grave would be a too die turd
reminder of h past that I would have
her bu get as much as possible. When
we return we shall he very plad to conn'
for your welcome."
And a right ilad welcome it had been,
for Prica's' rare beaut y and noble sweet-
nessiiail Won ttie deepest admiration
from even (ierald St. John, who was a
Krave and reserved man, of somewhat
And not the least cordial of her web
comers, though half shame faced nnd
timid, was Nat Poyuter. w Imm Philip,
nt; his w ife's prayer had placed beyond
the reach of want .
Krica had regained some of the elast u:
and bright spirit that had been hers in
quite the first days o her mat u'e, al
thoiit'h there v.im now. and v.o dd t;vr
be. a ci rtain t i'Oiw':, of miena
shade, not hi i.;' ;;,,, i,: her b:ow, nA
in the (,,'.' i'i i - i ) . i):,tk ..s,
tla' V,l-M. ifri'l (.; . . l,f "ari-
I''. ' ' ' ;:) ) wj't, ;, h:f.fi-
) lt!.- i . ' '.! jr t ',;, ;f the,
b."' ' ' " "..:.;' km Pi f.w
t'. V ' 'l ' Vi J, l .11 1 1 (lt
I' a.' ." ' d 1 ' i ;e ; : iv, f
thvl'u ,. 1 1 ;. )':,,.;;, i. ,, ;,pvaVi
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I.'j if, r.-f.i'v, !., season
she In re (, m-! a; d v,. y ,,, ,,, j, (),,n
Hlllis. J',( !!.. ,! ; ,.. ,y ,r
kindly fi.'-i.d, J.,-,,1-, ( :.f ha t been
followed bv iJ,' ,' t , ,
And I'hiiip .b i,,. I,;, i, i,.,injt to be
inoje ii;-i'-:fiii to ii',, ;u,,t ,,,,,,,, tnicraiit
of the hc),t. d l :,!:) i gM,i i,t ,,f honor
for ho can iii-M f P., t. itqwy of
that struggle ht foiiii,t out m i lie 'dim
prlwl ronidot, ar d I M,r loi.u im,,- r,..
grids that In- humbled tii pi,',,,, i.u,t
to tiilv, and thnve tfiand hp t n((,.r.
,(I forgive. '
por Hueh foiglvi-i,,. j, vitHout dis
honor. Till'. I'.NK.
The Ashistunl-Sccretary (,f state Lai
dccldi'd that a Irog in riot it lihh, Al
Hie Miiarl m u are not e,ut f ,,0y(
The man who thiuks that Newfound
laud dogs of noblo mien and build troop
in droves through the country i.s, in our
Yankee phrase, a good deal "otf." Tho
New foundland dog; j not only, like the
traditional prophet, withoulhonor in his
own country, hut there aro very few of
him at all, The puro breed is almost ex
tinct. We, find any day in a Nhw Eng
land town better dogs of tho Newfound
land typo than I have seen during a
week's stay in tho city of St. Johns.
The streets aro tilled wit'h mongrels, by
dogs, mu nil dogs, spaniels, esquiiuaux,
and mastiffs, but almost all low curs of
vile brood and pattern. Well-informed
Newfoundlanders ami lo satirically when
you extol their famous dogs, anil go so
far as to deny that tho animal originat
ed in the island at all. As a rule, the
big black Newfoundland dog is a much
Ho is sought out more for strength
than beautv, kept on low diet, tisudin
winter to draw heavy sledges of woftd,
and is made anything but a household
divinity. His temper is pood up to 5
years old, when ha is apt to become
snappish. The water is his natural home,
and ho will steal away at night and
travel long distances for his bath. The
test of his purity of breed and general
merits aro thick-webbed foot, good
bushy tail, tho comely shape and poise
of the head, and deep-black color on the
roof of tho mouth. His degeneration is
charged to the abuse of him as a beast
of burden, and to one of the island's old
laws to protect sheep, which has given a
policeman GO cents for shooting dog;
found at large a statute under which
many lino (logs have been ruthlessly
Thoearlist records of tho island show
that the aboriginal doo; of the country
was n good-tempered creature of great
Me, and so strong t hat he could draw
from the w ater seals weighing hundreds
of pounds, lie had a passionate fond
ue, .s for the sea, lived ou raw !ih, and
wa a skillful li.sher, swinnuing rapidly
under water and catching his prey by
t tie mouth. A ca-e is cited wh. re one
of ih, -.' d"gs was a eatchitig iih for
sheer m .rt, heaping tle'iu up on .shore,
and Ih n plunging, in fur. others. The
sanie leeofiis prove, hoWeViT, lh;it thir,
dog wa of an extinct spi cies, very dif-f-
rent, from the present Nc t'oiiiidhind.
thouvji the hitler, in this l:ititiid, i
verv fotid of raw lUh. UnUuu Tr nii. r.
A Lady Who Wanted Mottoe?.
A gentleman, whose wife had in
structed him to purchase a few nice,
appropriate mot toes, became, inebria-ed,
and forgot ju-t what was wanted of
him. 11,; had a confused notion that
his wife's request was in someway rela
tive to his purchase of something in tie.'
way of sign cards, so he called nomi a
dealer and purchased quite a variety.
"I've got 'em hie my dear. Ht-he-here's
a whole lot nice 'im.-," ho
said, as be triumphantly produced hU
With a sigh over his maudlin cond
tion, slie opened the parcel and found
the following: "Hands Off," "Your
Choice for five, rents," "Look Out for
the Locomotive," Keep off the Grass
No Diigi Admitted." "Hani Sand
wichf s. ten cents each," "Tom an 1
J.rrv," --For Kent." 'Oysters in All
Ti en the lady went down town and
mad her own .selections, and when her
bu-hand woke, up one morning after a
s I'l-e that cost him four hundred dol
lars, a placard stared him in 'lie face
lrom the b"iriom wail, "Kum Hid It,"
nd who he turned over wilh a groan,
he r,i..i-l the winning, "Shun the
Bow!." S'liiting imeairy to the other
side, he. caught -ight of "Heath in the
lb: hasn't been drunk since.
Nine o'clock had just chimed from
the town clock, and been echoed by the
silvery torn s (,f the hand-ome toy in his
eoiiiiting-roniii. when Mr. Piildwin,
seui.i;-member of the firm of Baldwin
ft Henderson, walked into the room.
Iff m;is a tall, lithe man. of about thir
tv ve.irs. with fair hair and blue eyes,
uisiirignj-sh':d in his appearance, dainty
as to his toilet, but. without the lea: t
apnetirarice of foppishness.
Wealthy, aristocratic, and alone in
the world", wonder had long been rife in
society as to why lie did tiot marry. It
snif ly was not for want of a tit subject
for liis affections, for his friends had
frequent 1) called bis attention to this
or that girl as a desirable parti. Hut.
although quite a 'indies' man," he still
remained hearlwholo and fancy free.
Walking to his desk, he seated him
self in his comfortable armchair and
proceeded to look over his correspond
ence. Like the business man that he
was. he seemed to master the contents
of each letter at a glance, and then
made a few notes on the margin of the
paper as a guide to his book-keeper iu
answering it. After awhile ho wrote a
letter to "SLern ft; Co.," of Liverpool,
and. enclosing a draft for eight iiun
died and fifty pounds, put it into an
envelope, sealed it, ami was just going;
to direct, it, when one of hi clerks an
nounced that a gentleman wished to sen
him in the store. He left tho letter ly
ing on the desk undirected, and went
out, to see the gentleman, while his
book-keeper, Mr. Don way, looked after
him admiringly, and wondered if ho too
would some day be the senior partner
of a wealthy Ih in.
In a few minutes after Mr. Baldwin
h it the ollico.a friend of his and Mr.
Conwav 's, Tom pord. walked in.
"Hallo! Conwav, Where's Baldwin?"
"JuM gone out." said Conway; "but
if yon will take a sent and wait awhile,
I flunk he'll be back soon."
"All light; and whilo I'm waiting,
l II write to my sweetheart."
"What's her nam, and whore's her
luiine? ' suer Cniivvay, laughing.
"Miss Sadie Cross. H ," answered
l ord, and forthwith began writing rap
idly, soon finishing hhsleiter; and after
sealing ami dnectiiiLr it he put it in the
mail box, and bidding Douway, who
was busy with his hooks, "good-morning,
said he believed he would not
vvait huiter, and walked out, leaving
Mr. Baliluin'H letter still lying on the
I u about, nn hour Mr. Bnldw in return
ed, and discovered the letter lving
lucre, although he did not recognize it
us his own. Turning to Conwav, he
" Who w rule this letter and forgot to
address It?" b
"1 don't know, sir." said Conway,
'unless It was Tom Pord, who was in
hero v hilo you were out, and said he
wanted to writa a letter to hi wcet
"If I knew her name I would address
it for him," said Mr. Baldwin.
"Miss Sadie Cross, 11 laughed
Conway; and Mr. Baldwin proceeded to
direct his own 1 dter, enclosing tbedralt
for eight bund ed and fifty pounds to
Miss, Sadie Cro
About u we k h.ti t. Baldwin A Hen
derson received a letter from Stern ft
Do,, politi lv c.iiiiug their uUculioii tu
the fact that n bill df theirs for eight
hundred and lil'iy pounds, dun several
d:ivs since, had not yet been paid, which
coinplelely mysiiiiij the linn of H ft
IL, inasmuch as Mr. Baldwin remem
bered writing t he letter himself and en
cjosing a draft to meet the bill. Of
course they wrote back to that effect,
nnd asked for time to investigate, ami
for tin-present we will leave, them to
solve the mystery as best they can,
while we transport the reader to 'II .
"Here are two loiters for yon. Sadie,
both post-marked at London; I did not
know yon had more than one corres
pondent there," said Mr. Dross to Ins
daughter, us lie entered the breakfast
room. A shade of nnnoynnce passed over
Sadie's beautiful lace as she recognized
Tom Ford's well-known chirographv.
.She felt displeased that he should per
sist in writing to her, after her positive
rejection of his suit.
"But whom can this be from?'' she
exclaimed, examining the address of
the other letter, and turning it over in
"It occurs to me that the easiest way
to solve that problem would be to open
the letter and read it," said her father,
mischievously; nnd us Sadie coinplinl
her great brown eves opened to their
fullest extent a- Mr.. Baldwin's letter
and draft appeared hi I'm la i .
Of cour.se ft did not take them long to
guess that tho letter -was misdirected,
though Sadie could not imagine how
Baldwin ft Henderson had obtained her
So she wrote a funny little letter to
them, returning their epistle, and tell
ing them she hopid their good name
had not suffered from the delay in
inci ting their bill.
Sadie Cross was the only child and
petted darling of wealthy parents, and
but for her naturally sweet di.sposii:,,
Would doubtless have been sornew hat
Flattered and caressed in societv,
still she retained such lovable, gentle
manners as endeaied hT toall who net
her. Bather belovy medium height,
with clear, olive ct'inpb xa-n. large,
liquid, brown eyes, ripp.ing masses of
brown hair, which ahucst defied hair
pins to keep it in plac. so determined
was it to fall'to her waist iu beautiful
curls, c iral lips just modelled to kiss,
and teeth of pearl, it is in t t.i be won
dered at that scores of admirers wore
ready to fall at her leet and worship
her. But Sadie had never loved as yet.
and so she kindly la ' hi inly refused' ail
offers. "Too innon i t for coquetry, too
fond for idle scorning." she nvi ' (lin
ed. " Almost unknown t- herself, she
had a vein of romance in !t composi
tion which inclined h'.r to t xpect some
thing a little nut of tf e o:d:n;'TV in th"
wooing of the man she would luve. P,
may have been this tra 1 which caul
her to look wit ii such i.ivor on theie
quest Mr. Baldwin 1,1 nie in hi hdter in
reply to hers. After Hi-kmo. , ! 'big the
receipt of bis letter and dr-t.'f . .nd ex
plaining how the mistake oci urred, he
concluded By 1 1. g her to r.o;,tin,;e
the eoiT',sp( -jiih .at .- i s'.ng'ihii iy f-gur.
With the ens, !,; r.f her p.vents ad;
answered hi . !' tier, giving lorn permis
sion to write to her, ar.d in a short
while they had exchanged picture-,
and he had asked and received per
mission to pay 1..T a i.,:t.
o. on a lovely May morning about
six months n:w
,ry ep"!is, Sadie
had arranged her toiit t with unusual
are to n '. ive her unknow n cones-
At la-t a set vant brcight her a card,
and announced that the gentleman was
in the parlor.
Why linger over the story? They
met. rind h ith were conquered.
If Mr. Baldwin had bet nartract-d by
her letters and picture, be could not fail
to be enchanted with herself.
S'lila e it that this visit was repeated
several tm.e.-;. with innumerable tetters
between, and wi en Jioceinber rolled
around, !;' .-s became Mrs. Bald
win, and no'-, craces tne palatial home
of her hiinaiid.
Fond cf Snakes.
There is one thing about Frof Rell
Florida agent of the Smithsonian insti
tute, which his neighbors do not like,
nnd that is the pleasure which he takef
in the companionship of veiiomom
snakes. A countryman called on tin.
professor the other 'day, and ns ho en
tered the room a huge rattlesnake
dropped off a sofa pillow which lute
been placed upon a chair for his ac
commodation, elided into a corner,
coiled, nnd, waving his head hack am:
forth, shook his rattles viciously at tin
intruder. "Great, joeswav!" exclaimec
the countryman. "Come in!" said tin
professor, cordially, handing his callei
tho chair just vacated by tho snake
"don't mind him, he's not used tc
strangers, that's all." Tim snaki
obeyed an order to "huslr that fuss,"
but still kept vigilant watch over tin
visitor, who, under the circumstances,
did not care to make a long' stay.
Houhtless the reptile's fangs had been
drawn, but that did net transform bin
into an agreeable object for contempla
tion. Arguing a Oaso Down Tine.
There is an old negro in Austin who
claims to have studied "'llosify outeti
a book." He propounds unanswerable
questions to the lawyers whoso rooms he
cleans, and he discusses "piut,, o' law"
with the justices of the peace of his pre
cinct. Recently he went into the jus
lico court and said: ".ledge, kin I git a
'dictment writ agin dat windless nigger,
"What's ho been doing?"
"He's a procrastimator. He's bin n
"Yes, sah, dafs w hat he's bin a doin'
fur a fae'."
"But there's no law against, that."
"No law agin procrastimatioii? Hon
what's do law fur? Ain't procrastium.
tion do thief ob time!"'
"Certainly, I bclievo it has been so
"Well, don, nin't Pcto a thief?"
"Yes, you might so construe it, but
you can not convict a man for sU-alin'
"No, but when wo hah j;ot do proof
on him fur stealin' time, wo hnb got dc
circumstantial ehidenco ngln him fm
stealin1 money, fur don't Mlossify nay
dat timo am money P Got yor Uar,
Jodge. " - fl I rrsto n Ac wt.
ChilN and Fever.
Simmon l.lvor 11 ii k a
Hior oion hreitka tni
i'IuIIk Hinl ru'dri- thy
fi ver out nl tin nkHtviu,
1 1 en ri wlu n nil ultitir
ri rin iivt lull
si fis lleaduclie.
K r tin' rii'li-l bi d cure
nl tli i r- ii,itri!iiiiu !!
a- ui-c S'niiiioin Llv
Tin) !trnliitor will ioiotlwiy euro tliU U..rlMa
(IInohdii. M o utmiri iniliutanlly 'vlml vte know to
chonlil lux Im rvL'anh'il iih h tritium Hiniuit. N.
Hire ileiiuiiKle iliu niiiini.t r''i.nl,irlij nl mo IhiahIk,
I lieri'lnri- ,i-,l iimiiri' l,v lukini' S,iiitiiiili l.iver
Ki'KUlutor. Il i' lin'lilk-i-H, nUii! iiial i lln liml.
Oiii- nr t"n tuliii -i in i.!'ti: uill :eili-v all tl,.
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IliZZIhi-.K. Ilriiliii-i'p. i:i,i:i Pt 'illia at . i. . u l,R.
ti:r bud tai-to iii tlm iiiwiiin
I'rreont nan avoid uil iiitm Up t (n-i-iiii,n,il
UkUi a (iopi- nl snimiiMis l.ivi-r ..ryuliiiuf tu kei'i,
the 1 1 or iu lii-uiUiy ui liuu.
enerHlly :iriin fr-m a rlmonn n-d miunnrh, rsi,
ho i i,iiui.ii:0 bv luk.jix shumiiiiH Livtr luiiltor.
Sitiilnonii Liver Ht-nitial r pooi, iTadiuitt;' thin i!l.
t'Mu fruiu tlie ticui, IcBViny tlic ma eltur und
true from nil iuiutiriui's ,
Cliinireu c.nliirifcK wuti u,oc noon i-X,.-r!tnre re
!U'I whi-u simmoim l.lvi-r he-(i' ,ntnr .s aduilnirtcr
td. AdiiiK mm iii-riv.) yrcut bcnuiii fruu. thU
iiifdkluo. Il ih not ui.diMiFBiil; u , buruilup,
and ell'uttivt). i'urcly vt-, tublu.
H LA I) I) 1 -', 11 cSc 1 ON KYS
MoKtnVili: ! f' ii.tul the lilmliicr oriiiiiitt: from
thopB ol Hjd Ut jiicyg. hi pIuic ihu nciiuii of tho
liver fully ami liolti f he kidiiu., uud blaailtr will
tltrTaku only Iliu c iiuiie, nl, Ub ii'i4 hnt i,h
UK' wta,,r tie.' rud I un W murk aiel FUtialnri: ol
.1. 1 f.ZLl LIN .V CO.,
Foraali: by ail driiuvh'tn.
1-1. K. I NCK
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Mh Str. f., U'twciMi '01111 An' iiii l I.i'N. i'.
f.Vll'O, I I.I.lNtJIS;
ClIUKB BdHI N't i A SPrlf'IALTY.
Ahl. KINDS OK A VJI.'.X I I IuN.
snfo Kc '.aired. .Y'.l KhiJ- ol K--) M i-!''.
TC 1 for solihrf . Wi!i,, l'ar-
l.'f aiel t blli.rrn . Ariy
t'titlii'.'f. Mliiini.it M;irouria'-d. Working b,rtu
rieiiSLii. Ho i" nud'i Imniiv. l'rnir.ni work.
i At-ply uo v. Ft'H $lu hi Pi-rd-rn c:,tit-vd to all
rlUL-a tr.o (T.-ch rtf-a un 'ft r.ew orfai nc-
rti Iu it,' n-a'p ci"'p. Bour.tv n 1 Sark jiv pro
cured. 'I ho 'l nrl'l t!ii so d!, r." ' ' .! tmpur).
Sainid lopv free Sfiid piamt f r I'lil Inp'rncooni
Siankp ami bounty tht,) 'IM VTQ
fer Inv.r.t r A dri'ppl i 1 Ii .1 O
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PKNNSMA'AMA M lit .try ACUI'.1Y
'Ni.-w lOiil'lii f. S'.ii i.-r'or a ' imnioiln:iiin.
Arp'i'ti'mi-titp ci rri'.O-in. t'turilpli. l'olhrUi,
("h'"nV'ii, i t v il Kii-'O ii rO'i' ro r--.
I iiiiliT-1. 1. AlipK I" W I'. lU'li, tu U") , cut -on
Cairo, 1,1, or to CUL. TUKU II YAT I'. Co t.
POUT fiRAPR WISE
Spk-ppw's Pout Qkapk Wine !
four ykaus old.
rriMS CKI.KIIKATKI) N'ATIVK WISH l mail
A from tho Julo) of llio 0orlo Orapc, ralai'il In
thli coiuit-y. Ita liivaliuihlri tonic and utrmmth.
fnliiu proiiprtk'H sro tinKiiri-aaaed lv nuy nlbiT
NativaWino. IHiih tlio pnn Julro or ti n Hrapo,
lirodtirod umlur Mr. Spei'i ' own pioHiuiid nnpnrvl
ciod, ita purity and trotm iH ui'ac, aro Kiiarinilond.
Tin vonnoPt rhild timv partukn of It" Bni'roiii
(innlltica, and tlio weakn-t Invalid nap It lo advnn
tBBii It In pariiciilnrlvbiMHilliliil tolliu hroiI and
di'lillltaled. and muted to tho vnrioua allmnutK that
nffiirt Iho wi'Kkcr net. It la 1 n cvory ri'ocl A
WINE TO Ui? KKI IEfl ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
Tho l J. KlIKKKIf In u wlno of Superior I'hnr.
Bctorund BTtukoHof Mirlchqiml'tli:of iho Knip
from wh'rn it la jnadn Kor 1'iirlty, Ulcliiiona, l .
vo and Mudli lnul l'mpurtion, ti will Im lound uu
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
Tula B HANDY ulunila nnrtvulod In thla Country
bolticfiir Hitimrlor for mndlolnal iiietioain. It l a
puritdlatUlBtloii Iro thuitriip". foit'itn val
iiahlo inodtclnal proporiloa. Il hai a dnlli-ato fla
vor, aim larto thatof iho trapa, from which It Id
dlallllod, and la In crest fv r imonn nrt-rlnaa
famlllea. See that, fho auru.turo of AbKUKD
HPKKH, Pa-aalc, N. J.i l over thu cork or uach
Sold By PAUL SOU U1I
ANDBfbBUOJIsrs EVI'.RT WJluiUK,