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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIHf: -ffEDNKSDAY MORMNO, FEBRUARY 7, IN13.
UDT DALE'S TRIAL.
Sulklness is not, perhnpg, in itself ono
of the moHt ciiptlvatinp: traits in the lm
nmn clinruottT, but a slight toupron of
the uiiuniiablo flinraeter'wlic docs sotue
tinieu aclil a piquant charm to tho fyat
ures, pnrlieulurly wheu liioo features
are pdile. and babyish in their expres
sion, as were those of lovely Ladv Dale.
. Pretty little Lady Dale "was In tho
sulks. She was alone, and tlieru was
certainlv nothing: to sulk at lu the beau
tiful little room, full of browns, crimson
and gold, whore she sat, or in the lovely
landscapes of Dallingtou Park, seen
through the open window a brilliant
Aufuiuu pardon, crystal fountains play
ing in the sunshine, and blue distances
seen anionfr yellowing trees; but yet
little Lady Dale was decidedly in the
There wasafrown on the pretty white
forehead, and the round, red lips wero
pushed out in an unmistakably angry
way fortunately a beeomin one; for it
must be confessed that this little lady
from a long course of unlimited petting,
w as a little spoiled, and being quite xn
eoual to the crosses and vexations ol
life, from which her husband could not
alwavs shield her, was rather given to
pout fug. She was a dainty, doll-liko
creature, irresistibly pretty when sb
einilcd, 89 she usualfy did; "for thougL
th worla-did not always go round to
sul' hr dainty ladv ship, she was not
Ddurato m her resentment the sun-
ihiue always came back presently. A
mnny head vruu over with curh," an
ivory forehead, lino black brows, dark
blue eyes, and tiny whito teeth, shining:
from a rosebud mouth, made up the
lout ensemble of her charms, ana had
won for her the distinction of belle of
the county of Loamshire.
It was a beautiful day, and company
would be sure to come to Dallington
Park that afternoon. Yes, Elinor Sax-
onby would arrive in half-an-hourj and
Bob that scamp of a Cob hadn'tcome
near to go down with the carriage.
Lady Dalo actually stamped her slip
pered foot on the crimson roses of the
carpet, as site looked at the clock.
After all her trouble in getting her pet
friend to come into the couulry at that
season of the year(for Elinor was pas
sionately fond of the water, and always
lingered at the seashore until late in
October), and assuring her that her
handsome brother Bob (no other than
the incomparable Captain Bercsford, of
H. M. Life Guards) would meet her at
the station to have Bob absent himself
in this provoking way .was actually un
bearable, or so Lady Dale found it.
She rang the bell. Afootman in sober
."Lawson, hasn't Captain Beresford
"No, my lady."
"You can tell Simmons to go down to
tho station with the carriage for Miss
"I'll never forgive Uob as long as I
live!" said her little ladyship, going to
her chaiiiLv." lj dress. "Elinor is ad
mired by men, onlv the most marked
attentions from Bob would win her
favor-nice as Bob is and for him to
act in this way now! And what excuse
I can ever make foj: him I don't know."
Then she grew pensive, threading out
the sunny fringe of silky locks about
her forehead; and when the golden hair
was knoltetl wiUi blue, ami tlie lovely
shoulders encased in a lace-frilled
saccule of while opera-flannel, tho
charming apparition in the mirror was
siuil.'ng, in spite of Lady Dale's last
Miss Elinor Saxonby was welcomed
with a little scream of exultation.
"Oh, you dear delightful Nolly. Have
you come at lust? I didn't expect it
would come to pass that you would
come down here in September; but you
have! This is actually you iu tho
loveliest bonnet! Where did you get
that charming suit made, Nelly? And,
oh, 1 want to show you my new dress
it's just perfect!" !
So tlie ladies disappeared in tlie di
rection of the chambers, where they '
chatted with delight until they came j
down, dressed for dinner.
A graceful, brown-eyed girl of twenty, '
whose toilet was always perfect, Elinor ,
was quite charming at the lirst glance. '
"And, then, everybody says Nelly :
Improves so upon an acquaintance! i
said Lady Dale to her husband, in an 1
aside, after dinner. '
"Just so," replied Sir Charles with a
nod. "Where's Bob?" j
"That's just it. lie's ofl' somewhere; i
and it's too late now for him to make a. '
pood impression. Nelly said, 'Didn't I
your brother know I was coming?' And j
she looked at me so, you know I had j
to tell the truth; and now she never will :
like him!" !
"Come, Ellie!" called Elinor, from
the garden door.
W alkhi"; arm-in-arm dowu the garden
paths, these young ladies must needs
soon step aside to avoid a young
man who dashed in at a side pate with
such impetus as to mako a collision with
him apprehensible a handsome young
man, with a perspiring brow, and a
treat bouquet of green-housfl roses in
"Ellie!" he exclaimed, . coming to a
"Well, sir?" returned her ladyship,
l 1 liope I have not inconvenienced
you by my absence?"
"it is oi do consequence, replica the
little lady, icily. Then she turned to
Elinor, who was trilling with a rpray of
red leaves. "Miss Saxonbv, allow mo
to introduce to you my brotlier Robert."
Elinor's sweet eves glanced ouco at
tho handsome head of close-cropped
curls which beut so low before ber, and
she wondered much why Eille was so
short with her very bonny brother, while
she mechanically murmured the words
of conventional greeting.
"Your flowers are tine," remarked
Lady Dale, distantly, breaking a pause.
"May I ask whom thev are intended for,
Certainly Captain Beresford was not
in his sister's good graces when she
called him Robert. But ho bravely ex
ecuted a I'oup dc main.
"l or yourself, my dear Eflle."
Anjjry as she was with her delinquent
brotlier, Lady Dale could not but thaw
as she received the fragrant burdeu.
"Perfectly lovely! aren't they, Elinor?
Of course you haven't lot your dinner,
Bob. Tim (took had orders to keep a
dwh or two hot. And, when you have
dined, come and Joiu us in the summer
Hut it seemed as if Lady Dale wr
rltfLt ; the golden opportunity had been
lost; tho happy first impression had not
been mado. Robert was without his
usual gallant bearing in Miss Saxonby's
presence, and Elinor was quietly civil.
Lady Dale was vexed beyond endur
ance. What made Bob so stupid, and
Nelly so indifferent? It wasn't in the
nature of things for a handsome young
man and a beautiful girl to be never the
least bit agreeable to each other for a
whole week. But it was all Bob's fault,
she declared to her husband, who
laughed at the misfortunes of her
And at last Elinor's visit came to an
end. Lady Dale was too vexed with
Bob to ask him to drive to tho station
with her guest. She went herself; and,
when she came back, she fell to re
proaching her brother.
"I don't see why you didn't like
Nelly, Bob. I never knew a man be
fore who didn't. You can't have very
Bob, smoking a huge cheroot, received
her remarks with provoking calmness.
"You wouldn't have all masculine
creation at sword's point about Miss
Saxonby, would you?" he said. "It is
a-wise dispensation of Providence, I
think, that tastes differ."
"Illlt, vnn tinVlit hnr-a mil mi
others if vou had tried, Bob; I know you
might! But after your first neglect
Nelly was quite Interested in you until
then she appeared to be perfectly in
different. And I'm sure vou didn't try
to make her otherwise. never knew
you so stupid," and Lady Dale retired
from the scene of action, leaving her
brother to the coming moonlight and his
Nrow, though her little ladyship quar
relled so seriously with her handsome
brother, he was the, apple of her eye,
and all might have been forgiven if not
forgotten, if events had not subsequently
transpired to break her fieart anew.
Bob, immaculate in Sunday morning
costume, a few davs later, flirted from
. his breast a handkerchief of perfumed
cam one, anu a blue ribbon dropped to
Tho air with which he bent and re
stored it to its hiding place would have
revealed the truth hail not the ribbon
been so unmistakably feminine in
Lady Dale caught her breath. Not
only had Bob failed to fall in love with
Elinor Saxonby, but had actually fallen
in love with another.
Though this was too much for my
lady to bear without demonstration, and
though she said nothing to her brother,
she related the whole story of Bob's vile
behavior to Sir Charles, who, however,
only laughed at her, and her ladvship
was forced to make a confidant of Eli
She wrote her the whole account of
her hopes and plans; her secret wishes
;nd disappointments, nud dispatched
the letter forthwith to her London resi
dence. But Elinor was Apparently too busy at
tne Beginning oi tne season to write a
reply. No response came. But it was
a great relief to Lady Dale to be sure
that "Nellie knew and sympathized with
She bore her grief in silence, oven
when she became aware that Bob re
ceived tho daintiest of letters everv wees.
If the little lady had uol, witn nil ni-i
faults, been tlie soul of honor, she.
might have read tl.eni, for slm actually
aw them, tied with a satin ribbon, in
the top drawer of Dob's dres'-ing-cMo.
Poor Halo Lady Dale! She actually
tost llcsh and color; this disappointment
was so serious a one to her. She veally
loved Elinor Saxonby, as she dearly
loved Bob; she wou!d have been de
lighted to call her sister; and to have a
rtrango woman como to Dallington
Park ai her brother's wife for Bob
never flirted would be a life-Jong grief
But in November, Bob went up to
town for a few weeks, and did not
notico his sister's indisposition.
She was feeding the birds in the
.iviary one day when a servant brought
her a letter. It wa9 from Bob, Sho tore
"My Dtnr fiitr. Sli'ill 1 imu-ise you by
news of my luarriano, which look plRce tlm
morning? It wg a rather sudden affair, and
my wilo and I will he a fort night here before
returuiinr to Ouillinrtoii 1'nrk. Iiu ready with
your most (riishliijt welcome, for I, at least, Bin
fulrly lltfht-heuded with hiipplnnss..
'Your ntlectlonute brother,
Lady Dale turned snow-wbite and
nearly sank upon the grass.
"Married! Bob really married!''-
Her excited feelings "and sorrow of
heart found relief in a burst, of tumultu
ous weeping You would have pitied
poor, little Lady Dalo, I am sure, had
you seen the tears running between her
slender lingers -secu her pretty, bowed
head and heaving bosom.
Bu twhen she had wept off the lirst
excitement, the little lady did her best
to behave in a dignified" and suitable
manner as Bob's sister and only living
relative. She wrote tefhim, and if the
letter did not "gush," it was courteous
and cordial as well as correct consid
ered in tlie light of "lirst congratula
tions." If Bob missed something from
this epistle of his spontaneous little
sister, lie yet kept up good courage in
view of meeting her.
At last tho bridal pair arrived. The
rich flower pardon had all faded; tho
fountains were shut off; tho landscape
was sad as her ladyship's secret heart
as sho dressed and went down to the
drawing-room to meet, for the first time,
the unknown Mrs. Beresford. To think
Bob's marriage which she had looked
forward to with happy anticipations all
her life, should be like this!
Tlie whirl of carriage wheels, a hur
rying of forms through tho evening's
mist, the opening of doors, haste and
laughter (Bob's peculiar laugh of do-light-how
well she knew it!), and gen
tle anus clasped her; a lovely, familiar
face bent a fair cheek for a ki.ss of wel
"Nelly, Nelly! Oh, Bob! is this vour
"My wife? It is, madam!" reiterated
Bob, proudly, as he divested himself of
his overcoat', and prepared to divest
sweet. Mrs. Beresford of her wrappings
with an unmistakable air of ownership.
"Why, Ellie," catching sight of hi.i
sister s face, "didn't you know?"
"No; I thought it was sonic horrid -horrid-"
Her ladyship came very near fainting,
but they bathed her forehead, slapped
her hands, and coaxed her to laugh in
ctciid. "Tho ribbon" she began.
"The letters 11
"Aud you "
"I foil 'in love with her at first eight;
but everything was so awkward, I made
myself late going for the flowers which
were for her, and"
"And I never received your letter
until a few days ngo, Ellie," put in Eli
nor. "Iusty.-id of returning to town I
went down to Eastbourno for a few
weeks more.' The Weather was so line,
and Bob wrote to mo thero. I thought
he hud told you of our engagement, ami
wondered vou didn't write after I got
"Oh, never mind!" broke in Effie, in
coherently, "I never was so happy In
all my life!"
"Nor I!" exclaimed Bob.
"Nor I!" said Nelly, softly.
Peck on the Obelisk.
After walking nbout Central Park for
an hour, I saw a sign, "To the Obelisk,"
with a hand pointing to the north, and
presently I looked up, and there it wns.
Well, it made me-sick. Why, it is an
old back number obelisk, with the ad
'vortisenicnis on it so worn out, and im
perfect, that 1 doubt if Bill can read
them himself. Eor a quarter of the
money Vanderbilt could have had a
new, latest style obelisk, made right
here at home, a regular tooth-pick toed,
cut-away obelisk. But this one is away
behind tho times. It is frayed at the
edges, run over at the heel, 'and needs
weather-strips on it. The advertise
ments of ancient Egypt patent meiUcine
dealers, with cuts of' tlie patient, before
and after taking, ftre not in tfee highest
style of the art. Tho Society for the
Prevention of Crime should liave that
obelisk pulled down.
The use of artificial leather is now
suggested for buggy tops and for up-hol-lering
purpo.-ej where leather is
now useth Tho new material has the
alleged advantage of being much piore
impervious to water than the genuino
or natural lU'ticle, while it is found to
wear longer and looks better.
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hnlu'iTu'? a,h",'e,10, warranty, but Ascuia limy, on ihclrowD ropoiiMlblllly, clve
the lollowln,' warranty wiib each wa.'.in, If eottfrecii: '
We Hereby Wurrant the nsn IIROS. WAGOX No lo be well made In every purilc-
Slf,SUfihLf,."ii H KterJ,01' ft'"1 ''.. "trenyiU of the .nine la aufui leiit Ir all work With fair
SSUm i?.! i 7,? ?;:o ?fcnr "m1 ,rm' ',rmn t,ll ,n, hy fl!""nl1 ' defective mnlcrlal
SIi !, n MS 'lp',r pftlr' r"r tb0 wnowtll be fumlshod at placo of anle, frco of elinrire. or tho
?.mSilh!?1'li",ttp?r,nB'!,,ll il)r,coll"t wl" ba Pliucah by thopiircbueur produclua a
ample of the broken or defective parts un ovldoncc. 1
. SS01"";; Sttn ,ult J,011- ' aoliclt patroimo from every aectlon of the United States. Bond
lot Pricii and Ternia, aud lor a copy of THE RACiNK AORlrui.TtlRIST. to
I'IMl lUUts, A I ., Ilarlne, H la.
few iutoi'8 applied to tho Riirtarn win Penetrate to the verVHon
mill aliiiwt In.tantly RELIIVI PAIN ! It will not Soft ClothlnS'
in dieoolor the Skln or lcavn rti5aKrrPlTa "("tfts of a,v ktnd ?t'
has no Kiji'At. for the Cnraof Uhonmatlam. Snmln. 7nZ .Ji
Stiff Joints, Nenrolsla, Lano
ISorn Tlipriuf. Pilnl T J
and Ii t'iiiullyeflleaoloim for all
leipiirniB a jiownrim uutusivu
Ask your Dmgglst for It. PrluoBO eta pur bottle
I'rci.urcd only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
n a id a
Neuti'rtl in Notli
9 'V 2 i
A iiowcrlul piciiunitloii coin
posod mostly of EasiMitlnl Oils
kliniVIt tin nilirtnni...l..l il.. l
Back, Crump, Tooth-At ho
1 nrlii miu hup): of llm Uvalimi
pnlna In Uih Stomach and Bowels,
slliniiimit. uoe Mirrrira Aimnnnc
T. LOUIS, MO