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THE DAILY CAIRO rtULbETIN: WEDNESDAY MOT'.NItfif, AUGUST il, 188$.
Tho Daily Bulletin.
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HER PAINFUL DUTY.
Through tho illusive glitter of
warm, golden July moonlight, the
impression that lWtha Deniorest
eeiveii was mat oi a uui, gruuuiui
tire vanishing tiirotign uiPuusKy giooin,
while his good-night words lingered
plea-antly with her:
Uenie'niliiT, ll rtha, if you are not
ut the iiicnie to-morrow I shall not care
a tig for the whole affair. Don't forget
that you have promised mo that you
will he there."
1 :un not in love with him." Bertha
Kiid to herself, as, returning to the par
lor, she sat down in the tender dusk,
letting the curls droop over one .slender
hand that supported her head as .she
mused and divanied. "Of pours? I am
not in love witli him." she thought,
feeling the warm Mood flush to her very
temples at the word. "I have only
known him n month. I wonder if ho
really eares so much whether or not I
go to the pienie?"
She was a fair little girl with bright,
blonde hair and heavenly blue eyes, and
Mr. Frank (lerome, the handsome young
engineer who had eotne to We.stvale to
attend to putting in the machinery in
the jrreat block of mills recently erect
ed, thought her the loveliest creature he
had ever seen in his life, and particu
larly this evening, as lie went home
ward to the picturesque old farm-house
where lie was temporarily living, and
whoo tnajordumo was Mrs. Cornelia
Cornelia Crawford and Bertha Dem
orest were both women, but there all
analogy ceased. Bertha was .seventeen
Cornelia was forty: Bertha was fresh,
fair and a maiden Cornelia, faded and
"A delightful evening, Mr. Gerome,"
Mrs. Crawford gaily .said as he came up
"Yes," lie assented.
And then Mrs. Crawford edged her
self a little to one side.
"Won't you sit down and enjoy the
nioonlight'a little while?" she asked
"Thanks," he said. "I am ia a hur
ry." And rather dissatisfied with the in
different suece.-s of her attempt at so
ciability. Mrs. Crawfurd turned to an
other of her boarders, who was sitting
inside the window.
"1 Mippoe he j i refers a cigar in his
own room to tin; society of ladies," (die
"But iuh he in.' is iu a hurry to ro
yid see Bertha Deniorest. They say he
is making up to her."
Bertha Deniorest!" echoed Mrs.
Crawford scornfully. "Why, she is a
mere child, with yellow hair tind great
big blue eyes! Nobody could see nuy
thinu in her to admire."
"Well, you know there is no account
ing for taste. What I .say is only what
1 near!, and I have heard that tliey are
engaged, or next door to it."
"I don't believe a word of it!" Mrs.
Crawford said energetically.
"That is as yrtu picasc."
But whether or not Mrs. Craw ford lie
lieved the rumor, ihe tidings annoyed
her; and win u Mr. (ier une had gone
out later she went upstairs, ostensibly
in her character of foarding-hou.se
keeper, to see that Mr. (Jerome was
well supplied with towels and fresh wa
ter, but really to pro.-pect about a little.
She never looked for the good for
tune that befell her. She had thought
it just possible that Mr. (jerorne might
have written or received a love-letter,
and possibly laid the torn fragments
conveniently in his waste-basket.
But it was not scraps it was an open
letter -yes, actually an open letter on
the table', the envelope addressed to Mr.
Frank (Jerome, and the sheet beginning,
"My dear Frank mv dcirest hus
band!" As if every muscle in her body was
suddenly chauged to iron. Mrs. Craw
ford became straight and rigid in tin in
stant. "(ih. mv!" she gasped. "Don't let
me judge my fellow-creatures too rash
ly. Let me look at the signature. Oh,
(fear! oh, my gracious! if it actually
isn't 'Your own loving wife, Julie!' Oh,
how faint it makes nie! To think to
think he is a married man'.
"How thankful 1 am I never encour
aged his sinful attentions! Well, Ber
tha Deniorci-t will have her own bold
ness to tbauk for this. I always knew
that girl would eotne to harm, with her
mouth always on a broad laugh, for
nothing in the world but to show her
teeth, ju-t because tin y litippen to be
white and regular - false teeth like as
"Yes, it's my duty to warn that girl
my painful duty; but Cornelia Craw
ford ncwr yet shrank from duty."
Ah, if poor little Bertha Deniorest' h
skin had been less like a rose-petal, her
eyes less lovely blue, Mrs. Crawford
certainly would not have taken such
fervent pleasure in performing her
Bertha was till dressed for the picnic
the next morning, and looking as di
traetini'ly pretty as only a blonde can
look in pure white muslin, when Mrs,
Crawford was shown into the room.
"Ah, you look very nice, Bertha; but
remember that nil llesh is grass.
"i es, I know it. Did von wish to
see me, Mr. Crawford?"
"Yes. Going to the picnic?"
"Yes," Bertha returned wonderingly,
"1 Hiipposo Mr. (Jerome is to bo
"I I believe so."
"Then don't you go."
"Why not?" 'Bertha asked, arrang
ing the hyacinth bells in a rich blue
cluster for the waist of her dress.
Mrs. Crawford closely watched tho
Teoplo say ho is sweet on you, Ber
tha." "Well, then, people had better mind
their own business," Bertha Hashed
"Bertha Deniorest," Mrs. Crawford
went on, "I have come to warn you.
Beware of that man beware of him!"
"What do you mean?"
"Just this Mr. (Jerome is a married
What utter nonsense!" Bertha cried,
angrily and incredulously.
"It is not nonsense, and 1 know it,"
Mrs. Crawford said. "1 have seen a
letter from his wife do you hear that,
Bertha DcmorestP from his wife, writ
ten to him!"
"Did he show it to you?"
Slightly discomfited", Mrs. Crawford
was vet not to be routed.
"Iso matter about that. It is enough
that I saw tho letter. And, Bertha, as
it is my duty to warn you, so it is your
dutv, and tlie duty of all young people
like you and me, to punish his falsehood
"Mr. (Jerome is nothing to me,"
Bertha said, "(lood morning, Mrs.
Craw ford! You will have to excuse me;
I am rather in a hurry."
And when Mrs. Crawford was gone,
she locked her door and sat down and
cried until her sweet face looked like a
"And I thought he was so true, so
grand, si) good!" she sobbed. "Oh,
how could he bow could he deceive
nie so wickedly ?"
Miss Deniorest was not at the picnic
that day, and Frank (Jerome searched
about the grounds until it was quite too
late for any possibility of her arrival,
and then went to see what had changed
her resolution of the night before, and
found her looking very cold, and white,
and lovely, as she sat alone on the ter
race. 'Bertha!" he exclaimed reproachful
ly, "you promised me faithfully um
would be at the picnic, and 1 lind you
here. Why did you
"Mv name is Mis Deniorest," she
(Jerome bit his I'm.
" 'Miss Delllore-t,'
better," he said w ith
what he believed to
if it plea-es Mill
a half .-mile at
be a display of
wbv did vol! deceive
I deceived you!'1 Be
why have you deceive
me so?" '
tha Hashed; "
"I don't understand what you mean."
"It strikes me .you are remarkably
difficult of comprehension. However,
I will put the question to you as plain
ly as possible. Mr. (.Jerome, w hy have
you never spoken to me about your
For a very good reason. I wouldn't
A Chicago Moriliant'H Experience.
After I httd becumo alincbt skin and
bone, with neither strength, appetite nor
ambition left, and tho doctors couldn't
help nie, two bottles Parker's Ginger Tonic
cured nie completely. M. B. Wcstcott,
Lamp M'f'r, Chicago.
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Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
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Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Biles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. 1'rice
25 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Thirteen Years' Dyspepsia.
"I suffered with dyspepsia for 13 years."
writes John Albright Ksq., of Columbus,
Ohio. "Saniuritnn Nervine cured me."
As it always cures such disorders. At
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for sny
Drug Store as is now at tared ay Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Bis
covcryfor Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Br""
cliitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can u'ct
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. ( D
Skk a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineynrds, picking grapes from
which Speer's Fort Grape wine is made,
that is so hurhly esteemed by the medics 1
profession, for the use of invalid?, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Enterprising local agents wanted iu this
town for an article that is sure to
druggists ami grocers preferred,
lluniiston Food Preservative Co.,
be aot to speak about what I haven't
"You are telling me a deliberate false
hood. You are a married man, and you
have been playing a treacherous part
all this w hile.1'
"A married man!" he said, his voice
thrilling with ineredulousness; "you
are talking in conundrums. I am noi
a married man, and I have been play
ing no treacherous part to you. least
of all, Bertha, mv little golden-haired
And then what did Bertha do but
begin to cry in the most undignilied
"Then what did Mrs. Crawford
mean?" she demanded.
(Jerome set his lips tightly together.
"Ah! Mrs. Craw ford has been talking,
has she? What did she say?"
"That you were married."
"She must have been crazv between
spite and ill-nature." (Jerome exclaim
ed angrily; "1 shall not allow hertongue
to wag after this fashion. Bertha, will
you walk dow n there with me?"
As a consequence of this invitation,
Mrs. Crawford was considerably start
led by the appearance of Mr. (Jerome
and Mis Deniorest. as she sat darning
tho household linen in the dining room,
and secretly bewailing that no one bad
invited her to the picnic.
'Mrs. Crawford," (Jerome said ab
ruptlv, as he entered the room, "what
is this storv vou have been telling Miss
Deniorest about rue?"
"I told Miss Deniorest 110 story; I
told her only the truth."
"What is' the truth then? Suppose
you tell nie?"
"That you're a married man, a vil
lain, a deceiver'. There now!"
"Yes? Snow your proof, if you
please," (Jerome requested calmly.
"I can do it. A letter from your own
wife upstairs, in your own room, on
"A letter directed to me?"
"A letter addressed to Mr. Frank (Je
rome." And then Mr. (J.-roine laughed heart
ily, while his lip curled with a sneering
"hxaetlv. But there are more 1 rani;
(Jeromes than one iu the world; for in
stance, mv twin brother Frankfort, to
w hom that letter w as written by his
"Possibly, if you had taken the troub
le to read the whole, instead of a part
of what, was not intended forvour eves.
you would have seen that th"' letter was
sent on for me to read, solely because
my sister-in-law, 'Julie,1 alludes play
fully in its pages to tin; loss of -Frank-lvn's'
heart to this voung ladv at hit
sub-. 1 will show you the letter, Ber
"But I would not read it," she said,
lifting her adoring blue eyes to his lace
"1 don't deserve to read it. How conic
1 be so wicked as to believe a syllahlt
"As for you, Mrs. Crawford," (Je
roine went on, "1 can only reeouiiiieiu
to you td follow out hereafter wha
might have been called the 'Diamond
Itule --nimd your ow n business."
Alter all, Bertha went to the picnii
Hti't in Mr. Gerome s bugey, behind his
nay trotter; and he.,t ,,f all, far and
away, as Ins betrothed wife.
day ( ooke, i no tinaneier
lire led oil' the nanii: of '7
To The West.
There arc a number of router leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas Cry. Leaven
worth, Ati.hi.sor., St. Joseph and Muiahu.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
tirest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, pscng'Ts
for Kansas. Colo'ruii'i, New Mexico and Cal
if-mi a "oeu'.Tt with express trains of all J
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kacsas imd Nebraska
At Onialm, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it pa.-scs through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets. Ac, of thi?
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. K INN AN, F. C'HANPI.KK,
Ass't Uc.n'1 1'a.ss. Agent. (Jen'l Pa-s Agent.
Wouk Given Out. On receipt of your
address we will ranke an offer by which
y u ca.n cam to $7 evening, at your
i me. .Men, muncn, uoya or uirm .ru u-
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m Street, New York.
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FOL'll YEA BS OLD.
HIS i-El Kill! VlT.li NATIVK WINK is nutU
from t!u-1 uri' of On' iM'ero) drape, raim-a in
tin. emu fv. Its- ir.Yie.usli'i; tunic unit itren Jtli
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Niii'vn Willi-. II lii'.' i he ;iro Juli e of the (irape,
'ri'.t.'i 1 iimli r Mr. sn-i-r' n n penmnal "iipiTvl
cum. ltd purity ami ci iiaim ni', are gtiarnutci'd
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wink to hi: i;k: ikii on.
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1 1 in a wile of Siiper'nr Cluir
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Tin- l;ii.N i V .'in,,!. tMinva V! in tliia Country
lieu.'.-far ti"'rii.r I, r no
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tiaMe ir.i'iiti'iiia' JToprrt
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Faded hair recovers its youthful color
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i ilitie from a l.orri'ile death.
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ami i ompii'K' Hotel, frontlntj on
Second and Ituilroad Street,
The l'aeni'er I), not ol ttio ChlraL"). St. I.ouis
hi i .ii'w Orleati": Illlnu!" Central; Watiai-n, m
1.0'iIk and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern
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This Hotel Id tieiiieil hv steam. b 'lean.
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tMilomiiiir, r ire- A I arm . Hatlid, atmnliltuiy l'oru air
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SHiiern iiiriiisnuins; Pi-rlecl nurvlcc, ami an ut
I. I'. I'AUH h'.ll .Sc ( !C)., lmnee
ling ni bis summer home ut ( Jibrnh u'
netir Put-in-P.;iy. Luke F.rie, on ft senle
of tntignilieeiiee unsurpassed jn
West. Ho has relrieved his looses, set
tled with his creditors, and is now
amassing an enormous fortune in silver,
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HEAR THE AVITM-SSES!
Savt il from a Horrible Death.
I'p n to M iv Ins; I had -p 'it at b at live hun
dri d lio'iar" t"r "niini'iil hv in mv of the bedt
1111 d'.ca, iiieii. itlni'it u;.v hem-fit. I si.i!l,-red e.T-
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that the ley band o! death was la! i-.ppri achiiii.'.
I cm;.';: 'it S. S S. like n drmnilnz nmn at a
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