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1 I lN II
THE MTLY BULLETIN.
Whn took mo from my childhood'! bomo,
An 1 anlil ho d love mu n!l h odo.
And for uiy hoi-IIIcp Htmu f
Who grunililrd Ht tho pnnr beefsteak
Ami Itmltj me iM-itcr rutf-'H iimkc,
And told urn trr.-Htor Ohio lo takef
Who aworo br'fiiiao the tmtiv et-lod,
And to t he simro room (iiii-kly hlod
Whllo I to (jil't-t vainly iriod?
Wh" tcRra th fiiittotia olt hl shllt,
Ami mi id I could thoo Ilia nvtrt
It 1 was more on thi' Hlert'r
Who bnilo mi rlf-e the Arc to make,
While hf nimthcr nun fhonld tKke,
Althout'b I'd hi-i ti nil niirht awake?
Who, when I naked for half it crown,
Knits up hl brows into a tivwii
Aul UHk me "Wheie i the other gone?"
And when I ape my mother dwir.
Who ti-loa my lonelv l"t to cheer
Who bin s Bb''a dren-ltul. dieadlul quecrf
My tin -band.
Wbn ataya away till Into at nliht.
And then cornea homo an very tis'ht
That marly I expire of t'rltrbt'
Who breaks the china, piatns the door,
Leave-all bl clothe tip-'H 'he tloor,
And ewt-aiait'a all a dreadful bore?
And who do I, for hl dear sake.
CM c-vi-rv i-norll'i'e piniako
L-sst I bl ccmfM.nH-n l.onl 1 ah.nlif?
AX rSTEHESTIN'O EXTEnniEXT.
A pretty t,rirl, scarce nunibcrin j twen
ty sunmicr?, in n dainty room, sur
roumied by rill .or ovn dainty bplonjr
in:s, is the scene ou which our curtain
Tho small, jewelled ringers hold, a
card on which sire pencilled these words,
"IiitPodnciiiff my friend, Jnek Des
mond." lielow is tiie writer's owu
name Frank Minton this in the en
graver's best form; but the latter name
is written elsewhere as well, on no less
a hot than Sydney Colo's heart, for she
is Fraiik Minion's "betrothed wife.
How often she had heard him speak
of hi friend who now awaited her com
ing in her father's drawing-room.
"A royal fellow onions: men, but ut
terly impregnable among women court
ing danger always; always escaping
This so often had been the burden of
her lover' 8 strain, and now she was
ready to see and judge for herself.
What wonder that her heart beat a
little faster, or that, snatching up a
fragrant bunch of red roses from her
toilet, she fastened thorn at hur waist,
making the only spot of color ou tho
white cashmere gown, tind giving the
one finis !.;.'-; "Mfcli needed to make ber
look as though she had stepped out of
a picture frame?
Evidently some such thought as this
crossed the man's mind, who started to
his feet a the radiant vision met his
"Yes, he is dangerous," was Sydney's
inward comment, as hhe irlanct!il up in
to the handsome, bearded face, anrl reo
ogniz' d the power which might lio in
those laughing brown eves, should
their laughter turn to earnest tender
ness. Danger? Yes; but not to her. Wrap
ped in Frank's love, surelv she was in
vincible. Suppose suppose she tried
the experiment of making him feel?
Had tho thought realiv given itself
definite shape? She hardly rtcojnized
it; yet with her hand clapped one mo
ment in n stioug, warm grasp, her ear
catching a few murmured words of
courteous pleasure at the meeting, she
lelt as does the war-horse Mulling the
scent of battle from afar and eager for
"Do you know, her visitor said as
he rose to take his leave, at tht end ol
an hour, r.s marked ly the clock
5Cr--'e half that time Sydi.y would have
said h.'d si-? been asked "do you know
I no lunger wonder at Minton' anxiotj
to turn Benedict? Will you pardon me
when I add that a littlo curiosity
prompted my desire to see you to-day,
and to learn how strong must be the
temptation to forego bachelorhood?"
"We must tempt you to followFrank's
example," she answered with a blush.
"Had he not set it, I should have
been more tempted," was the rdIv.
Five minutes later fIio was alone.
Mr. Desmond wa tu be a guest in the
city a fortnight; during that time she
should see turn ofteu. Already she an
ticipated it with pleasure That night,
she wrote her betrothed:
"! havp Hf. p your friend; be presentod your
rard tolay. I wonder did you palm me to
him In tho glowing color vou have to often
1'iiln'ed hW poitiait to tnp, and If ho, I,
laughing hi your ?tnhulniti. found tho reality
brighter than tho picture? I fear not, I fear
Inineho mutt have been disappointed; but In
hlui 1 am not only not bo, but I no lunger won-del-
at your m range love for blm. Hut ono
Ihliigl-wanting; hl heart la aleeplnx. All
women are to him allk. f)o vou know I tep
li-iii'ii"l tonnikohltn alngle monul? I feel
tempted to rou'jc tho deeping linn from hi
lair. Shall 1 try, Flank' It would bo an Inter
Three days later she wrote ngalu:
"You won quite right, dear, In vour delinea
tion of your trlcnd'a character. Do you know
I fancied that 1 bad made upon him a aligbtly
favo-able Itnprea-don, sufflclqni for him to re
turn and bavo It deeponed-at leaat, atitflolont
for mo to have the opportunity toiet the Inter
patltig experiment of which 1 last wrote youf
But evldentlv hi Intent distrust of the aex has
a'wtl.i tipil. I have not moil t lm alnco bta tJrut
call, whifb eouM not, I am auto, have exceed
ed twenty mltiutoa in length. All mv bopei
of taming jou lo antler from the pang of the
green-eyed monattir lmv tied. Hu refused to
bo cliRMiied cbm-m I never lowiboiy."
They wore light words, lightly writ
ten, but nono tho less, Sydney felt a
deep disappointment that she would not
acknowledge to herself even as she
wrote them. It left no outward trace,
however, ns a few minutes later she
Rtood before her mirror dressed for Mrs.
Crosby'a german, which she was en
Kagud to lend with Guy Railings, the
iti.'st dancor in all her set,
Mio need not fear to-night that she
would not hear sweet nothings whisper
ed in her ear. Guy Railings had been
ono of hur adorers since ho hud doffed
his roundabouts, and never showod him
elf openly dixcotisolnto that a hero
from unothcr city should havo'borno oil
the coveted prize. Hut even this balm
to hor wounded vanity was not to bo
before leaving tho house a note was
brought her, in which Mr. Railing's
grvutest rcgrvw, fur sudden strain to
OAIKO I!OI.f,KTIN: SUNDAY MORJflNiS, FEBRUARY 4, lsS.
Ids ankle, nroso from the fact that ho
. tuui-t be deprived of a pleasure which
ho had so long been eagerly tuitkipat
ing in feeling himself, for one ni-rht at
least, tho envy of all tho men in tho
room, etc., to tho end of tho chaplcr.
Hut, entering Mrs. Cnwbv's dressing
room her vexation vanished asln-r Imt
ess, rapturously greeting her, having
followed her hurriedly up tho stairs,
met her with the announcement that,
having heard of Mr. K.iilings's accident
she had supplied a substitute one she
wits quite sure would do equally well,
utid would possess tho charm of novelty
a friend of her husband, Mr. Jack
Then she retreated to her guest?, leav
ing !St iluey to follow, not noticing the
quick'; crimson slain on the liclycleek
which had Haunted itself at her words.
"I might h ive spared him," thought
the girl, "Xmv, to do so, only one
thing will be wanting, and that Is my
And, taking a lift glance in the mir
ror at the charming vision it rcllecled,
nt the f:ice men called beautiful, at th
exquisite figure whose every curve, was
deiine ted by the I'nt isiau toilet dunned
to-night in all its liist livshtu-.-s, it was
small wonder that, nt the improbability
of the latter, an incredulous smile touch
ed tlm red lip-t.
It still rested there when M; Des
mond relieved her of his charge, and
dro' her arm within Irs own.
"We have nt had much pnefice lo
gother, Miss Cole," he S'ii-1. :u ,'.e led
hor to the further end of the i'Hi; "but
.in; iu one will o w :.o. save
"I should iiili.Jlif- Villi denied Well,"
she rep'e.'u, iiniillcrt-ntli; 'nod I cm
casilv irive -.-ti :i-c IL'Uies Mr. l :i;;u ;.s
atid I h t'i lic'-ii:'."! ii'.'.'ii: ci I -ii ;i'd be
hap;'-" to re"..-iu. j -is; vu i; i". a;;y ;k:w
(lies at your t,;mis."
"You have not asked mu why I have
not been to see you" he said, a littlo
later, as they kept time to a charming
His arm wns about her sIcnd-T waist;
her little hand rested on his sleeve: his
eyes for a moment met hers, but their
laughter had gone, and in its stead was
a new-born tenderness.
She strove to answer lightly, but the
words refused to come.
I dared not come," ho whispered.
A littlo later she could have laughed
at the singular iutluenco the simple ut
terance had possesed over her. Was
not this man acting a part, and did she
not kuow it? It was she who mibt hold
sway, not he; but even as she thus de
cided she felt that she was toviug w ith
a flame which might scorch all who ap
proached it, and yet burn on calmly and
"I have a message for you from
Frank," she said when he bade'her good
night. "Will you come to-morrow to
He bowed assent She had put his
coming iu such form that refusal was
impossible. The next day he was in
her presence. It was but a forerunner
of the many days to follow. But they
no longer spoke or hinted of danger to
either. They talked of themselves, the
past, the present. On the future they
rarely touched, and then with but the
passing lightness of a bird's wing.
Three weeks had passed and Mr. Des
mond spoke of leaving them. On the
evening of the day fixed for his depart
ure he came to bid Sydney good-by.
"You have mado me break the first
Eromise lve ever broken, Miss Cole,"
e said to her. "I had promised Frank
to be the best man at his wedding; but
I telegraphed yesterday to have pass
age taken for me in the steamer which
sails for Europe a fortnight from to
day." "You are going lo Europe?" shesaid.
"For how long?"
"Until I have conquered myself," be
answered, lie sprang to his feet and
said, lightly, "Good-by, Miss Sydney.
God bless "you and dear old Frank in
your new life."
She, too, stood up and strove to
make a reply. Tears were not common
visitors to tho deep blue eyes; but now,
now that she would fain drive them back
they camo welling up from some secret
foutituin, falling o thick and fast she
could not wipe tiieai away as they fell,
nor check the sobs which racked the
Instinctively he opened his arms and
dr-w her to his heart. She felt it mad
ly bent, as in hoarse tones, but in ven
fund, endearing accents, ho murmured
her name. Suddenly she wrenched her
self away. The tears" were checked. Sht
stood palo and trembling before him,
bid with the lixed light of resolve in hci
"I heard thut no woman had evet
touched your heart," she said. "I tie
tcrmiued tj trv vou sco tho result. Fui
oti is scored another victory for nit
defeat. 1 wish my humiliation to be
cum idele therefore I make unneeessnrt
coniession. Now good-by; but do not
add the blessing; I do nut deserve thai
"You tried to touch my heart?" he
answered. "For once, Sydney, let un
speiii; the truth. The lirst hour I saw
u.u it passed forever into your keeping.
Honor, loyalty to my absent friend, havt
led me to play my poor part at disguise,
but you have wrung uiy pitifully kepi
secret. Sydney, it i-j our fault that wc
have thus learned love's lesson? M)
darling,- my love, what is all the world
if It debars us from each other?"
"It is uot of tho world w have to
think," she said. "It is of Frank.
Shall he be mado the Rncrillou upon out
nltar? No, no, Jack! Let us be true tc
liim, and so true to ourselves, Wo will
utter no sophistries. The w;ty is clear.
Life will never be quite dark, dear, now
I know that you, to j, huvekned and
lost. But I rank shall mt bo tho oe to
suffer from a girl's wanton expi-riniout,
This I swear."
On tho girl's pale fneo us he spoke
was something of the expn ion whicb
the uncit nt martyrs iui;iit have worn,
"Go!" she added. "I am not very
trong. Leave mo my faith in tuysel,
and in that In you that wooed and won
!"L llld ?'U STay'J'ou W0"U "otb
the man to whom I gave my heart, but
another, base and Ignoble, from whom I
would withdraw It. Hush! do not speak
a single word! Leave mo tny dream!"
A shudder shook his fame; he atoop
od from his groat height and lot his lips
a moment touch her uplifted brow,
' The next minute nhewasulonu-alono
henceforth, through tho long, wenry
time to couio-alooe even as, tUre
months later, on the evo preceding her
wtddluir, hIio sat by her lover's side and
listened while he told her of the tnomiw
mid the bright future of which it was to
ho the threshold.
Too bud Jack disappointed 11111," he
added, presently. "Do you know, I fan
cied yott and he did not quite hit it to
gether? You wrote mo something about
hp interesting experiment, but you for
got to tell 1110 the result,"
"It is not worth the tolling." she an
swered with 11 littlo laugh, which sound
ee strangely to the man's keen ear, as
though it held in it tho ring of unshed
tears. "Or perhaps I was worsted iu
the fray. Will you promise to heal my
broken heart, Frank, dear?"
Ho thought she jested, as ho bent and
hushed tho red lips to silence with his
kisses; but she knew that tho jest was
sorry earnest mid that in its answer lay
the happiness of the lifo she had soiienr
ly wrecked, the experiment tho future
only might solve,
- I - H r. , in, ,ir , M,n
Years ago, when there were not so
many banks hero on Cape Ann ns now,
a young man who had just gone into
business wished lo get his note discount
ed, and in order to make a sure thing of
it ho interviewed the directors personal
ly, and each told him that it would bo
all right. Going to the b.mk on the
mornitiff after the directors had met,
tho cashier informed him very blandly
that nothing had been done" for him.
At tho next" meeting of tho directors,
just as thoy were beginning business,
tho door 'opened, and in walked the
young man. Removing his hat. he ad
vnnced to the table tuid remarked,
"Mi'sr. Directors, individually you are
clever sort of men, but oilkdivi ' you
ivt 11 set of ihtnnd linrs, and 1 can
prove it!" With t!iiJ he went out
Cuic A'i'i .I'll-. "
An Anierienn lady traveling in F.u
rope w as so f-hockcl by the siglit of tho
corpses in the cemetery building at
Munich that sbo has been ill for some
weeks. European travelers will re-tin-tuber
the custom of allowing the
dead to remain, twenty or thirty in one
room, in a raied position, with a bell
oMaehfd to their wrists, that the slight
est ni-jveiucut may ring tho alarm.
This is to prevent any one from being
buried a'ive. Thee corpses had on
caps aud other articles of dress, which
only add d to the ghastliness of their
A practical joke, with a sad sequel.
W'ts recently perpetrated by a boy cm
pkyed in the Ascutuey Mills, at Wind
sor, Vt. A girl employed in tho same
room had removed her shoes, and left
them lying on the floor near one of tho
spinners. In her absence the boy nailed
the shoes to the tloor. Subsequently the
girl, in attempting to pull tiiem up,
thrust her left hand into the gearing of
the spinneret iishiiig all her lingers near
ly to the knuckles. " TLo whole bam' had
to be ninptiiittod.
'1 am sorry to inform vou,"' s.iid a
.nan to an Arkansas gentleman, "that
your son has been killed 111 a balloon
ascension. "How? asked the gen-
tlemau. "Well, you see, he w ent up
ith the professor, and the balloon
dropped fcuddenly and killed both of
ilium. "bo it was too acseensioti mat
ilied him? My friend, wheu you come
into this neighborhood with apiece of
dilormatioi), givu it blraigut Arkunt
S. W. A., West Chester, Pa.: "I have
a hove that has lately suffered from
periodical tils of diziiicss. i'iease an
swer through your valuable ptper and
let me know what I should do w ith him.
I'm afraid he will get worse if something
is not done soou." Our advice, based
on a careful jeiusal of "Every Man His
Own Horse Doctor," would bo to take
hitn some time when he is not dizzy
and sell hitu to a stranger. Texas Sift
ingt. A Bridgton man, lying in his berth
on the Boston boat one night not long
since, heard the follow iug colloquial dis
quisition on matrimony between two
aarky stewards: "Say, what's Sam do
ing jes now ?'' "Sain?" tmswered tho
o'lier, "why Sam's been nn' gone'n got
married." " "lias? Well, he won't have
to work unv more." "No dm's a
A Is'ow York grocer, growing tired of
feeding the rats which swarmed in and
around his storo, prepared a huge trap
for them the other night. He coated an
open hogshead on the inside with soft
soap, set it on end, left some bait on the
bottom and In the morning had the sat
isfaction of finding twenty creatures,
biting and squealing but unable to climb
the slippery walls of their cage.
A humm'i man grabbed a club, jump
ed iu mid killed a goat that was ehas
itiir a man, who carried a red handker-
ehiei iu his coal-luil pocket down the
street. And the man camo buck and
ask I'd why ho did it. "To savn you!"
replied the humane man. "Save me bo
liMiged!" cried tho other, "I've lust
bought that goat and was coaxing hitn
home." Uvdvn Post. '
Tho Head of Christiana Church, at
Newark, Del., is distinguished for its
long pastorales. Their lirst pastor serv
ed tho people forty-seven years; tho
second, thirty-four venrs; tho third,
thirty-neven years, and tho present pas
tor has just completed bis twenty-ninth
year. Tho society is 147 years old, and
aud has had but foiir spiriund ii'l"!"H
Ornnges are said to bo very bene
ficial to health, if eaten early in the
morning. In cases of dyspepsia, an or
ange union every morning before break
fast, will greatly alleviate, if uot entire
ly cure I he malady.
The, rpld growth of new towns on
the frontier U illustrated iu the caso of
Colorado City, Texas. Two yours ago
't was a hamlet of tenln. To-day ills
a substantially built city with 4 I00 inhabitant-!.
Tlm new shades of blue, electric,
cobalt, mynl, drake's ncok, sapphire,
hussar, geniiun. and Presbyterirn aro
all lobe found in tfovv and hosiery. ,
Til! BEST WAffiOHT
IS MANUKACTUHKD BY
FISH BEOS. & CO.,
WE MAKE EVERY VAHIETY OP
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
furtWW " aU KaNoWUUOK of tho bue,Uo.e,WeVre
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few pnops applied to the surface will Penetrate to thanry Bona"
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nor discolor the Skin, or leave
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