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A clour and ringing whistle rose and
oil and rota nain, a plerwant sound
to hear, upon tbo evening air; but tho
girl who stood knee deep 'in clover be
side tho meadow fence lookod sombrely
down as tho joyous notes struck upon
"Poor follow! dear fellow!" sho said
to herself. "It is so hard to go against
him when ho is as light-hearted as
A moment more, and Ralph Arm
strong, her lover, vaulted lightly over
the intervening bars and stood beside
Straight, sturdy, brown, something of
the contrast between himself, with his
superabundant life, and the wee woman
waiting there, seemed to strike him.
"Why, my little Daisy," ho said, with
a playful touch, turning up her chin
until ho could look into tho soft eves,
that straightway tilled with tears. "Why,
Daisy!" ho repeated, in an altered, vex
ed voice. "I thought when I saw you
out here that you were glad to have iuh
come. Never mind; you will be when 1
tell you tho news. I have paid oiT tho
l.iet instalment on the farm, and there's
to be an end of your drudging your lifo
away. No more cooking fr "lodgers,
or sitting up half the tight to look out
for Hick. U ho up to his old tricks
again? Is that what has taken the col
' or all out of your face?"
"Ho was away nil night," said Daisy,
in a low voice. "Ho never got hanio
until noon to-day. Ho is aMeep, ami,
oli, Ralph! I nui afraid to have him
wake. It is so minli wow1 now that
Miss Winter is here."
Didn't I tell you how that would
be?" reminded Ualph. not very kindly.
"But. luckily, it don't matter: you ran
get rid of bur as soon as you pierce, and
wo will have tin? wedding -when? I
won't be put oil' very long, iiiy dear."
Daisy turned her face away to thu
"Oh, K.ilph!" i-he cried, pileoiisiy.
"Be contented t' wait."
"To wait! What for? For Hick to
drink bini-elf to death? For you to grow
old before your time with the nurd
work of taking care of yourself and
bioi? D.iis onco and for all, you'll
havo to choose between your sot of a
brother and me. If you are bound to
put him first now and for ever "
Tho unfinished threat fell upon other
ears besides those it was intended to
roach. A dogcart rolled almost noise
lettdy past on the thick groon turf of the
lano tipon which tho meadow bars cave,
and Dr. Lloyd, lifting his hat to Daisy,
shot a keen glance at tho young fellow
standing sulkily at her side. He was
gone in a moment, but somehow Ralph
Armstrong experienced a feeling of
shame which kept him for the timo from
prcssiug what lie had been about to
urge. Ho turned and walked towards
the house with DaUy.
It was a shackly, tumblo-dowu cot
tage, with moss and lichen broakiugout
in patcftcs over the decayed weather
bearding, and a creaking porch from
which tho rustic benches had long ago
rotted away. Tho picturesque aspect
of tho old placeliad taken Miei Winter's
fancy, and so little, fair-faced Daisy had
found the weekly addition to tho sum
which she earned with her dressmaking
was all that now went iuto her shabby
Tbero was a muffled cry of "Daisy!
Daisy!" as those two approached to
gether; then once, twice, the report of a
pistol, together with thu sound of shat
tered glass, was borrn to their cars.
"It's Rick." cried Daisy, breathlessly.
"I locked him in his room. Do go and
talk to Miss Winter, Ralph, till I got
him quiot again."
JSbe was off as she spoke. Miss Win
ter had come to tho door, half in alarm,
aud looked inquiringly at Ralph as he
"Do you think ho is doing anything
rockless?" she asked.
"Nothing worse than smashing ft
window or two; it's hit favorite way of
calling his sister. Pity ho can't put his
balls to belter use."
"1 wonteW that you lavo her to bo
tho victim of his whims," said thu lady
with a etraight look at him.
"I?" isuid Ralph, with ahhmgof his
Perhaps ho did not mean to diFolaiiu
such an intention on his pat, but it
looked liko it. How could he tell Miss
WinU: that tho only reason ho had not
taken Daisy away months before was
Localise Rick had outweighed her liking
forbfhiP It whs a sore subject with
Ralph at tho best, not one he would
choose to parade to tho world at large.
Two horns after that, Daisy stole out
into the moonlight, utterly wearied with
tho scono through which she had passed.
All her efforts had been fruitless to en
tice Rick back to his bod. Ho sat on n
bench in the kitchen, limp nnd stupid
after that lit of violence, and Daisy stole
out, as I have said, to breathe the
heavy gwootness of dying roses, and
brush their dewy loaves with her heated
face. Tho shadows lay thickly upon
tlw porch, but thoro win astir there,
mid Miss Winter's voice said, soflly:
"Good-night," returned Ralph. "I'll
show you to-morrow wbero tho niaideu
hair fern grows."
Ho otiino whistling' down the path to
find Daisy standing by tho gate.
"Well, liltlo one, havo you mado up
your mind wliiohono of us you'll takei'"
"Ralph, you know that 'I can't loavo
"It's him or mo," said Ralph, utiilv
"Ho has no ono else," pleaded Daisy.
"Havo I? Thoro'H no uso arguing, It s
got to bo ono thing or tho other. I want
a wifo in my home, and If you won't
havo mo niiiybo thoro aro others that
will. Sweetheart, say that you caro
too much for me to send mo away."
t "Oh, Ralph, j on must wait."
Ralph muttered au unpleasant word,
and llunir nwav without n irood-ni-rlit.
An unsteady step camo down ' the
path. . "
"hooking for mo, RiekP" Daisy tried
to sneak cheerfully.
"No; get away!" Rick spoke wildly.
'You've been out with Ralnh: von'll iro
off with him next. You're tired of mo.
aud I can't do" bettor than to make an
end of myself. I'm going tho straight
Daisy threw herself before the gate;
sho clung to him, pleaded with Tiim.
Half erased as he was, Rick was in no
condition to go back to tho village inn,
and tho rough crowd which would be
gathered there at that hour. But all of
a drunken man's obstinacy was aroused,
and whilo they stood thus, there camo
again the roll of wheels that were
checked suddenly, and Dr. Lloyd sprung
down as ho took in that scene at a
"Go into tlio house," Richard," he
commanded, and Rick, without a word,
obeyed. "I'll give him a powder,"
said tho doctor to Daisy. "You must
Bleep yourself to-night." He stood
talking with her after ho had soen Rick
safuly in his room. "So he has had the
pistol again. Well. I don't think that
noed ularm you; Rick isn't ono to do
himself any harm. Ho has been sly
enough to bide it again, or I would take
possession of it. He is nover violent
."Oh, no, never."
"Not quito brute enough for that,"
muttered the doctor, as he took his
leave, and Daisy slept peacefully after
Sho did not really believe that Ralph
meant what he said, but he seemed de
termined after that to visit his displeas
ure upon her. Miss Winter camo back
from her walk uext day with ber hands
full of ferns.
"So Mr. Armstrong isn't your engag
ed lover after all?" sho remarked to
Daisv. "I would have been flirting with
him "before this if I hadn't supposed he
belonged to you."
"Flirting! Oh, Miss Winter!"
"He isn't a bad hand at the pastime
himself," remarked Miss Winter.coolly.
Sho understood the situation muc"h bet
ter than she pretended, and liked Ralph
none the less because he seemed on tho
point of deserting his little white Daisy
Rick had avoided tho lodger from the
first. It was a revelation to Daisv when
she came upon him one day holding a
crushed dower which Miss Winter bad
worn. Ho had not been near the village
for days. Languid and spiritless bo had
crept about the houseor lain in the long
grass with a look on his face which
went to bis si-ter's heart. Sho under
stood it now as she saw him lift the fall
en flower and just touch it with his lips.
"I have been mad enough fur that,
Daisy to fall in love with her. And if
I had not thrown away my own man
hood, I need not now be in despair
that is the bitterest thought of all."
"It is not too late to be true to your
self yet, Rick.'.'
Mm had a little hopo that this new
feeling might work some good in him,
but before the week was over, he had
broken bounds again, as if determined
to bury regret in oblivion.
Meanwhile the time camo for Miss
Winter to return to London, and sho
sent for Ralph, who had promised to
drive her to the station. J Ho came with
his light earriage and mettled horse,
looking neither sorry nor cast down,
Daisy observed with a throb of the
"He in't false, then; ho'll como back
to mo again when she is gone."
Rick had been at the village. He was
on his way home when, at some distance
away, he saw the carriage standing at
tho "parsonage gate. Ralph and. Miss
Winter were just taking their places in
it, the minister stood on the steps, and
the curious face of a maid looked down
from a garret window. As Ralph settled
down in his seat, his glance full upon
that shambling figure w tho roadside,
and ho gave a vicious cut with his whip;
tho spirited horses started with a plunge,
a buckle snapped, and then the next in
stant his driver had lost all control over
Rick had taken in the scene which his
eyes rested on, and a sudden stillness
went over him.
"Thev've been getting married!" he
said to himself, aguast. "Beeu getting
married, and he has cheated Daisy. Bin
ho shan't get away so easy as that."
His brain was clouded with liquor;
some-blind impulse of rage and revenge
moved him, and his lingers clasped and
brought out tho weapon which hojomc
time.s carried. They' wore close upon
him now; lie lifted his hand and tired
at the hor-e. there is every reason to be
lieve, for i hero was a dangerous em
bankment near, toward which tho run
away was bonding. But he missed his
mark, and tho next instant tho steel
shod hoofs were trampling him down.
A little further on and the carriage
was wrecked. Ralph Armstrong was
picked up bruised and senseless; his
newly mndo brido was dead, a bullet in
her heart, aud further back was a bleed
ing, pulpy mass beaten down in the
dust, that groaned whon they touched
it, but was beyond human aid.
The horror of that time was a year
old when Ralph opened the rackety
(rate and mado his way again to the old
louse. Daisy was sitting in tho porch,
all in white, as ho remembered hor so
well. Then he was holding hor band,
and looking into hor startled eyes.
"My little white Daisy!" broke over
his lips. "I never really loved anyone
but you, aud I have come back to ask
you to bo my wifo, after all."
"Oh, Ralph, don't vouknowP"
"Know whatP" be asked, almost
"Thnt I am Dr. Lloyd's wife. I was
married a week ago."
"And are you happy P"
He wanted her to say no; he thought
his own misery would bo easior to boar
if he know she sliarod if. Thoro wiy? a
sound of wheels Hearing tho gate. She
turned her face that way; a boautiful
(lush tinged it, and that look answered
him without tho low-spoken words
'I am very happy.''
A watch can bo mado entirely of pa
per and yet keep good time, but it
won't stand a family row worth a cent.
Texas claims a gooso 65 years old,
but it Is a suspicious claim. When wu
that goose during the warP
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1882.
Any person whoso blood and liver is in
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there would be fewer doctor's bills and
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To all who arc suffering from the errors
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Send a self-addressed envelope to tho Rev.
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For lame Bak, Silo or Chest uso
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Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
The Howe scales have all the latest im
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Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
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Loss of hair and grajness, which often
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Do Sot Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
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For fifteen years I have beeu greatly an
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period eewerstre and tomploto appolotnieiila.
Wnperh ftirinsblnca: nerfocA service: and an uu
U V. t'ARKKK ,V ( ( ).,I 4hhs.si
N OLD FRIEfJD
When yon twk the Anit rlenn AkH
rultiirlat you thonghl II just splendid.
It la now more valuable to you than
ever, being specially adapted for the
West. Kend stamp fnr specimen oopy
and see how wonderfully the paper hse
Improvad. tW lTir: NI.OQ
.tutnnn ori.erman edition. tiRAMIB
jtjDUt'O., t,l Uruadway, New York
I llftVtl ft IKllUlVd m 111 Ml I V fur th. ttt.iwa dlainau- lla
p- .H..I..UUIUI uiMH ui uifj wiimt iiina ana or mnr
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iu iiBtsnnnuy, mm win Mil a xwtl KUTTLK4 FREB, to-
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Dft. T. A. M, UX Jfukrl St., Ntw York
BEFORE AND - AFTFRi
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WHAT WILL THE WEATHER BE TO-M0RROW7
(inmbliisUou. Tins mat
A '.i tnoL J I M y"i i
111. riuiornv niyniuisn". I ri
and Helantillii man of tlia'ilsjr U
rh 1 hariuomatr and
ei-tita wenteil rvrvMiltr.
11 orders toOHWrUat I'll I-: It
Wn rnfar to the
atlonal Hanks, or an;
II rtfetotir v
'dr. am ft on .mhi l
This "111 iiiukr a
It I! All WHAT
t find f'ool'a Uammeter
I wltl a. II not aAtialtari
IS will reftuid rvur bwc.
iindanmeK or th "( m In
rnfar to the Mayor, I'natntast
nks.nr any tiuaina hmrsa In
r lt Olll. VunrV ninf SI
TUoie dnalrlnu to make money
onarimtl ami medium uivestuienti
In Kraln, provisions and itock
lupon our plan. From Way 1st.
ttrYTn a rts lnnit wj-no preaentrlate, on invest
WHEAT of 10 to li)(io,oaah profits
. nave been roallzej and paid to In
fra JP YfitkterismAiiniin.. . , 0 -
Uull l'i?'J,rlRi111l t'lvsttnont. Profit!
V'' paid flrat of every month, still lev
iuuuiniiij uiaeverai limes
Ul nnmnal ttiviattnont. Profits
nv me oriKtual Inveatment mak.
STflrif Q V."1 '""' v "f I'HVablo on dumand.
OlUtlVO Ex nlana tor v oironlara and atite
AAa, nienta of fund W sent fret. We
IT I II II want reaponalble auenta, nho will
J I U U rnlxrt on cropi and Introduce) the
w P'". Liberal commissions paid.
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??Jr llliwk, Chicago. ni.
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THE REST family Mag-
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t v M ' S B.J Uil J
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Sold hv all Newrdt'slera and Pdatmsrteri. Send
Twenty ( enta for a Si ei lnim Copv to W. JKN
NINGS DEMt.tttST, PnhMhlicr, IT Kast Four
teouth Stroot, New Yurk.
tW The New Volume (in) communces with
Novemhor Hend KIFTV CUNTS for three
months; It will inieiy you that you can anliec.rlM
IwolJoilura for a ) ear and i i ten times Its vain
YOUNfi MFN "V"" wnt to learn Telegrs
. . , 1 l,t,v !tl f,!W months, an.Tbe
certain or a altnation, aildrra Valentine Brothers.
Janeivllltt, VI' ie, '
A DV&hlJhKK'M aiiitl f ir'n r S.ct List nf I.n
fcal Newepap.-re (.re. 1 R,iv(l 4 Co., 10
Spruce Street. New Vork
II SICii 109!
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PUIS &.&!
Blood, and will enmpletelycbanire the blood in the en
tire system in three men tlis. Any person who will take
1 pilleach nichtfmm 1 tn 1 S weeks may be restored
to sound health, it such a thine be possible. Sold ev
erywhere, or sent, hy mail fur ft letter stamps. 1. 8.
JouweoN & Co., Boi.toiv Mjea., formerly Bangor, Me.
otlilna in '"- u jrlil t'tiuui ...i, I'.i L.,a
ouroi s,:(ufnla, I'luinies. Bit, r.-ttr. oil S.ire,
Bare l')fi. M-rr-uUl I'l'. t. n. ritnrrh L"nr o(
ApiHtlllt, r.niilf (Vra,.;tn,!i. in. si, Hluu4
MU.'Anfl. 1( .urrr IttlU. Ail iaitBtt init
country Hire k.-(n -II K. I . n. Il.ri
A la.. I'rei.'. eilt.t.itrih, mi vpr haul.
K W A I ) V E U 1 1 M h M h NTs.
J A I.endln.T London TtiyaV
ii'iiiii ralnlihalira aa
Oliii-oiii New York
lor the Cure of
fFrvn A r.ijou rnalof Medians,
Dr. It). Heserole (late of Iin.tonl, who makes a spe
cialty of Epllep.iy, ban u-HMimt tl.xil.l tnuud s::.l cured
muro esses t linn anvottn'r Hxlnir phvslrhin. XI : 1 snrouke
tiss simply tinuii sronMiinm wa rmvu heerd of chaos of
ovar 10 years' stanillntj suivesBfnliy rnreil hr him. Ite
bas puhiulit'rl a mk i.n this U!ht'aH. hlch hi sonde
wlih a IsrRe iiotiloef hli wniiiltrtulc'iro fn-o to any snf.
f.Ter who msy s..ii. tlii lrptir.s and I. O. Aildrahs We
advua anv una wUhiiii; afi.e t.i uiMrens
Dr. AB. UKt&KOLK, ha. w John Et, New York.
BEYOND THE KIVER.
AWAY ACKfibS THE MISSISSIPPI IS 11ELD A
CONVINCING CON VEKSATION,
"I tell you sir. that they uru ono of the neatest
combl' atlouaever produced, and my experience of
that sort of thl g has been wide enough to entitle
my Judgment to some respect."
"Oh, I don't know, responded the Bret speaker's
frl :d. with a i i t lie ) ami, as thoiiRh he didn't take
n tub later st lu the subject, ,-l have never been
able to see inucii dinVmice in tl ose things. They
are all p ctty nearly the name size, and rasde of
about the gatnu etiur.'.
The talk, of which the roreyolng 's s fraRtnent,
took place in Oallatln, ilieaourl, not long ago, In
the sung office of Dr. M 1'. Flowers, Qje of the
leading physicians of thu attte, who followed np
the vein in which he bad Introduced It substan
tially In these words:
"Nousense.that is the rigmarole of a boy, or
rather of a man who oitber doesn't know or doesn't
care what be sars. ilnre things, ss yon call
them, are Just as different as the moon la from
green cheese. Now, linlmi-nts, lotions and oint
ments are very good In most cases for the relief
or pain or lnflamatlou. But, In the first place they
are unclean. They soil the hands and the linen,
besides being always out of reach when they are
"Well, my dear doctor." sighed tbo traveler from
the Hortti, "what would you havef This Is
wretched world snyhow, snd nothing is ever at
hand when It Is wsntod. You can't suggest any
"Yes I can." broke tn Hie doctor, thumping the
tsble with bis list, "I can suggest BENSON')
CAPC1NE POHOl'8 TLASTER. I havo tried It
on my patients, snd 1 have tried It on myself for
sn sttack of Ponomoulu, and in all cases relief has
followed In from three to forty-eight hours. The
old plasters sre stags coaches-tbe Capclns Is
telegraphic dispatch. ror instance, in cases of
Neuralgia, Murcular Kbeumatlsm, Lumbsg", re
tarded action of the Kldneis, aud"
"I give It np doctor, and lc case of need I'll boy
Unnson's," said the traveler pleasantly,
In the center of the genuine te oitT the word CAP
eshury & JoUusou, Chemints, New York.
An Only Dauglitor Cuml of
When doath was hourly expected, all remedies
having failed, and Dr, II .lames was experiment
lng wnn the many hurha of Calcutta, he accident
ally madu a preparst on which cured biaoniy child
of Ciinaumpilon, li srlil d is uuw la this conutrr
and enjoying the heat of honltu. lie has proved te
the world that Consumption can he positively snd
permanently cured. The doctor how give hie
lteelpe free, only iskh.u two three cent stamps to
pay expt naea. Thla herb also cures tilnht sweats,
nausea at the stomach, and will hteiktipa fresh
egl tn twenty-fuur houra. Addre-a t'rsildo'.k A
Co., lO.'K Itace s mot. 1'hiUlel bia, naming this
II 11 lM
VLTIILaXj T1V:T.X. VOTT1
It will detent and Indtoate-cnrreclly any elianMein the wnathnr 13(0 4bottre
In advance. It will tell whankindeif storm ia appniaehitiK. and from what
dJreotiiin-liivnliiuble to lie vIkiUock. fumicr can plan theirreirk
anoorditiK U its pradlutlona. Sant t'H Mt (loir It coal In a ainaleawasnn.
II aa an accurate thermometer ntr-rli-l. win, h alone is worth tlinrirM(tlia
W K A TIH If IMlt'A'l'OK leiol,.re,1 bytliat
te: BEST IN THE WORLD!
laler are nut in a nicely finished walnat iratue,
with tlirar platd trimmings, (to., niakluc ft a beautiful as well aa usetul or
naineut, We will sand you a rainple ono, aehrtrtitrte, toyour place, in aod
unlor, on reoeiplof (II. or sl.i f r SJ4 Auenta sr uiukiuir fio'ii (1 to (JO
rl nly selllug them. A 'rial mill -uni'im-e lain. Onler at once. . It sella at
NlUMT. .Just the tluntt tor. ill to farmers, tuexhants, ato, luvaluabl to
evan hotly U. 8. Postsae NtamiM tnk- n if In Rood order, but money prs-
Harouiat af are nut in a nice Y nnlslii
iSBPtiie wenioii rvrrywtirri". n..nn mr i ireuinr niiaioruis.
)1( UKTK.lt W OUKS,
nt'thd let tut in th wittlii i4Uviiii. lla-t'Mii Cn.
Mayor, Postmaster, County Cleik, first ajjiTfJacuiid
t nm.ininttt and state viaitilv.awl. rtmit qv metiev
l.nsinMaa lintniii In ( liw.un
l or or reuiarsrea wrer, a' our riev.
or or reuisfsrea It
llemitltnl nnd Very l aeful I'rearttt.
T1IK 1M1II.II! MAY AIIOI'T IT.
works as well aaoue that costs 41a. You can telf
on it every tuna, tii'mnts. 11 (looms, coup "i wuiitiiiv ran rrani tsco.
Harometar reeelvid in oo4 order, and must say that the Ituitrnnient airas
perfm t astlsfaullun In every rwsrwet. It la neatly madnaml wmilorfollyi lip
at twodolista. ftto. H. PaltsoNa, M. (', R H., Ortlea. lk'tmlt, Mich.
Pool's Harometar baa already saved me many tine's Ha cost, la foralelluif
thswestlier, It Is wonderful ouriuslty ane) works to.'peifeiilon. .,
K, J. HiuraiMi,Milwsuke, WU,
without out Trade Mark, and signature of J. A. Pool n the baok ot instrti.
jQ rf 0,.
Instrument warreeted Pirtet and RtUahl. 8lnV I t laoha
ua reoal fine the Instruuiaut. rwlurn It at naaa aa
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