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IN TIIE CL0AK-H003L
Col. Vivian Vorsclioylo, 0. 1), nnd V. C.
bad dono hit country good service, nnd
laurclt had been amply neaped upon lilrn i
ho u "honorably mentioned"' nnd duly
landed, receiving hit nil of adulntlon n i
ndoratlon from nil tho country round.
HU handsomo face wn ns bronzed at it
well could be, but all tho mlschclf the Af
rican lun had dono his complexion hn.l
not pollcd tho beauty of those deep,
dark cjret, or tho perfect symmetry or
tbote noblo features. ,.
Thero wat .grand cntottalnmcnUl Har
blndon hall on Clirlstmat eve, and Col.
VeSchoyle and hit fiante were a it.
Tho evening wa. m.iro '"
.1 .1.. ..tn1 WlU In tho cloak'
Undine undor tho rnittlotoc, -with great,
a.1 rvcj In tho elovrlnc Are. Let
me tellyou this bravo warrior was very
much put out Juit thon, and about at an
gry a ho could bo; you could too bo
had a hot temper, and that something had
occurred to render It hotter than -over.
Tho colonel wnt i man who would not
ttand being trifled with, and ho conildorcd
thathohad boon trifled with In tho most
shameful manner; ho was there to learn
tho caute, and ho was waiting for Enid
Vavasor to como and render an explan
ation. 'Meet me In tho cloak-room In a quar
ter of an hour,' ho tald to her, in u low, de
termined, hard voice at alio was whirled
away in a valio by n tall, dashing young
officer whoso name tho colonel did not
know, and whoso uncommonly handsomo
faco ho had not teen until just a few min
utes before, when ho caught sight of it in
tho pnnervnlnrv. nmid orunco trees and
camciiat. in vcrv clescproximity to tho
lovulr. 1nurhinr litis, of Enid " nvnsor.
The storming of Magdalu wci nothing
to tho fierce warfare in tho heart or v man
Vcrschovlo as ho witnessed that kiss. Hn
walked away to the fur end of the long
drawing-room ut llarbincdon hall, bewil
dered, maddened, furiously angry, fiercely
jealous. This great, strong, noblehonrted
man bad riven all his puro. truo lovo to
thatclrl, and shomadoa fool of him. An
nother moment and sho was whirled past
him in tho arms of the strangor valting,
too'a thing tho said sho had given up be
cause tne knew no uisiiueu u. iuo coio
ncl was bcsldo himself, nnd then it was
that he went up to hor and told her to
meet him in tho cloak-room In n qunrtor
of an hour; and now ho was thero await
Jhe was long coming. Ho nulled fur
iously at his great tawny bear J in his rest
less impatience, and yet ho had not made
ut his mind what ho was to tay to hor,
though ho felt that a girl to act at sho had
acted that night was no fit wife for him.
He was bitterly disappointed In her; for
he bolitved her to bo all that was puro and
womanly, bating a lively avertion to tho
fust, frea 'girl oftho period.'
They bad been engaged about a month,
and her father's estate joined Hnrbingdon,
where Col. Vorschoyle was" now staying on
a visit to Lord "Wcnborough. Enid Va
vasor was the only girl in a family of nine
sons, most of whom were In tho army, nnd
tha was the very Idol other doting rmrontt
Hal she was coming now and Vivian
Verschovlo turned his hauchty fuco to
ward her as sho pasted through tho door of
Enid Vavasor, how shall I dckcriboyim,
with your strange, fanciful naino and your
strangely sweet faco? It was not in beau
ty and excellence of fcauturo sho excelled;
far boyond thoso raro blue oyo, sho, had
not a single good feauture, and vol strange
contradiction it wns n lovely face, and
Col. Vcrschovlo know It to his cost ns ho
tnrned to meet it, with it winsomo smile,
its exquisito coloring, and us naiooicncei
nut brown hair, rippllmg ami waving ovci
the broad, lpw brow. Bright scarlet holly
homes shone ont amid tho brown ripples
with just tho faintest toupeon of mistletoe,
and another bunch of tho fame Christmas
berries appeared on tho breast of that snowy
dress, of softost laeo. She looked almost
as if sho wcru enveloped in it white cloud
at she came forward, and mot the haughty
craze of tho colonel bent upon Iter.
A littlo inlschluvous emtio parted her
coral lips. For a moment sho looked
about to laugh outright; but tho controlled
herself; and, looking up with n .dancing
light in her blue eye, alio askedwhat is the
JTow our Abyssinian horodid not oicept
this effrontery, so ho came to the point at
onco with soldier-like brevity.
'Enid Vavasor, you ore a coquetto and
I won't stand Itl 1 will not bo trifled with I'
Of courso ho meant to say much more,
and make a longer speech, only tho pretty
face looked to mocking that ho stopped
short In abrupt contempt. Sliu cnmu u
step nearer, and for omc minutes thoy
. stood there under tho groat bunch of mis
'What have I dono V sho asked.
Tho lovolv laueht nit eyes were raised in
quiringly to his, but as he full tho spoil her
beauty was catling over mm uu gruw
What havo you dono? "What you
shall never have tho clianco of doing
again made a fuol of mo!' ho thundered
forth, hi generally clear voioo tlilrlf with
Itemombor, the colonel wut madly In
lovo and bitterly disappointed, and the
Sturm in hit breast, ut I told you loforo,
was even hotttr than tho storming of
1 don't see how that can be,' said
Enid, with provoking calmness, going up
to thu flro-plactt and pulling her tiny
whito slippered toot on tho fender. 'If
you have been made a fool of. as you say,
rou mutt have made yourself one, Col.
The pretty lips once more wreathed
themiolvet in." llio mocking tmile, and
he whs beside her in one fierce stride.
'Enid,' tald lie, 'you know you havo
done wrong : you huvo played with me
long enough, but it endt now. Look
Bhe looked up, all iweetnets and sur-
prise, but I think tho shrank a littlo as
be mot thu blazo of passion In his oyer.
'Look here, ho continued. 'Since you
havi found someone else to kitt and filrt
with, you can let me go. I havo boon
miserably mlataken J but it can't be helped
now, only wo bad better part. You have
thown roe plainly enough this evening
what you re'
'What am 1 1' (ho asked, simply.
A-fllrtf he aacUlined ; 'a hearlleu
fllrtl tad mm part
'Ob, yea, Ifyou wish it, I tuppose we
MUtt ld Knld; 'but you have tald a
vary hftrd thing of ma a thing I have
Mvaf . htrd befbra; and 1 would pot
land H now, oaly I see you ato angry
nd don't ulte know what you aro saying.
Isararfirtad In any life, sir I'
Tha eves ays looked into his, but he
h tao irata to aa their twattnt.t.
ira la Skatthat fellow kiaa ou in
tka eeMtrratory I' be cried. 'What more I
would you have, or do I need, as n proof I
of what you aro V
Tho color camo into hor checks. 'Oh.
then, ycu saw that, did you?' alio f aid, and
sho g:wod down (lioughtfully Into tho
'Why did you nllow It?' ho demanded.
JJtcrtino oh, bccaii'o I llko him,' sho
replied ; 'and then, you ico, I stupidly lot
mv maid put n sprig of mistletoe in my
linlr to-iiicht. and so I tuppo'o he ho
couldn't help it.
Sho wns laughing now, nnd her faco
wa flushing brightly until it looked lov
llcr than ho had cvor seen It before.
Almost roughly tho colonol telzcd her
round, while arm, nnd tho laugh died
nwny on her lips.
'Let mo tro.' tho said: 'vnn hurt met
ploaso remember you nro not in Ahys
slnin now, nnd English poonlo have feel-
'inen wncro nro youw, pray?' ho cried.
'Enid Vavasor, answer tno, wliv havo vou
trifled with mo?'
His litis wero white with aunnretscd nas-
tlon, nnd, though sho struggled to frco
ucr nrm, no ncid it still.
'lou told mo you loved me, bo said,
Sho smiled faintly ns sho replied, 'I told
you tho truth, Vlvfun.'
'Then why unvo you been falso to tno ?'
hu asked. 'Enid, cuaso thla mockery, and
tolLino what you mean by your conduct
this evening?" ho added, stamping his foot
until tho wholoroom Ahook,
'Oh. dear, vou do frlchtcn mo sol' said
Enid, shuddering nnd looking pathetic.
'1 wish you would bo moro considerate,
and not treat mo ns if I wero a great
strong man like yourself, nnd could fight
Ho let go hor nrm witn n contemptuous
exclamation. Sho had tried him vory
much, nnd, ns ho hud said to himself thnl
ho was not a man to bo trifled with, I
think it was wonderful ho kept as quiot as
'Thero is nothing moro to bo said, then;
wo had belter part now, nnd let tho world
think what it will of u,' ho Said, in a low,
cold vnico; nnd Enid, who was watching
him keenly, caw how dcoply ho was
For a moment the hesitated, and a look
of contrition patscd over his faco; the
next instant her lips curled with tho old
expression of laughing derision.
'Tho world will wondor when thoy hoar
Col. Vcrschoylo has jilted Miss Vavasor,'
'Thoy will nevcrhear that, and you know
n. moro tuaii novcr n word go lortn
against you Irom my Hps,' Jiosald sternly.
'Then yougivo mo up? Maylgonway
now?' tho atked, llko a, child who has been
reprimanded. 'Aro wo to say good-byo
A littlo white-gloved hand wat offered
to mm, ns tno twoct young lacowat raised
toward his, but his heart was growing bit
tor against her and her playful coquetry;
so ho did not toko tho outstretched hand;
he only bowed low nnd laid, 'That is tho
best thing wo can do.'
Enid Vavasor's oyos rested upon him for
a moment ns if she word about to speak,
and he waited with a heart tho quick, tierce
throbs of which told him sho had only to
say "forgivo mo" and nlio would bo his own
onco moro; out r.nm did not say it; lor
lifter that ono long, wavering look tho
ttmpiy dowou nor young ncaa wuti its
crown ot noiiv, anu went nwny, and Viv
ian Vcrtchoyfe wasloft thero alono under
neath tho mistletoe bough in tho cloak
room. Not long alono. for presently tho
door wns opened quietly, and .whon ho
turned, porhnps expecting to 'too Enid
again, ho came faco to faco with tho dashing
young olllccr, tho cnuse of nil this trouble,
a young man with skin ns bronzed as Vcrp
choylo's own, for ho had but lntoly es
caped from Indian suns, nnd hnd been but
two days on English groudd.
In le'ss than a quarter of an hour after
ward you might havo seen Col, Vcrs
chovlo with n vory different expression on
Ills "countenance, hastily searching tho
great drawing-room, his handsomo features
glowing and a bright color tinging his
brown cheeks. Ho was looking for Enid
Vuvasor; but ho could not find her
amongst the merry-maker and dancers.
Presently, however, ho caught a glimpso of
something whito in thu conaervntorv,
nmid tho ornngo trees, and ho was thero in
n moment. Ho throw himself bcsldo her
on tho sift, low sjifu, imploring forgive
nosa in tooes of earnest entreaty, as though
lie nlmo-t feared to bodoniod. Cut it wns
u very sweet young faco that smiled up at
him with largo, loving eyes as ho caught
t.. . 1.1. I....... .....! IIL-..I.I TV. 1,1
my darling, you should nave" told mo that
no was your oroincri "
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T. KIGIfAU'S GOLDEN
-J Kl.lXin Ii'AHOUK, radical cui for
Nervoas or General Debility, la old or
yoonj; Impsrllnir eneriry with wonderful effect.
Price (3 per bolUe. it two for t?.
On receipt of pries, these remedies will bo
shipped to any place. Prompt attention paid to
all correspondents. None gtnuloe withont the
name of 'flit. Ittt'UAU'S GOLDEN IIEMEDIE3,
II. II. niCIIAUDS, SAe Proprietor," blown In
glass of bottles.
Circulars sent, frade supplied at a liberal
discount, p "
Address, im. D. II. ItlCIIAHDS, Varies
Etrcet. Nsw Yelk.
YTAIsTEIt & MAI.O.VY.
AND DEALEI19 IN
Eighth St., between Washington &
Adjoining iutlcnlioiiso Ilanuy'a,
Keen the best of Dec!. Pork. Mutton. Veal. Lamb.
Hauiage, etc., and are prepared to serve cltuens
in iiib must aucepiauiM iiiunucr. ovuoqm
JAMES KYN ASTON
i vn nun votv it t
KINDS OF FltESli MEATS
Cor. 10th ana Poplar .St.,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois
Tl . . ...... .
u,. Bisuiutirs vmj ine oess camn, nii(;H
and ahsep, and In prepared to hi I any demand lor
fresh meants from one pound to ten thousand
peoples' m mm
GIIA3. GATED ft CO., Frop'rs.,
7. tea constantly on hand the Leatonteef, Pork.
Mutter. Veal, Lamb, Haua, Pudding, eto
rresh white lard la any nuantlty.corned beef, eto..
always en hand, '
Ordera filled pTOMptly and tMlsftntloa wan
nana. r ftbTHtr
0ETH Sc CO
I t I .
'ATIOXAIs It A. Mi.
interest, (which it more than tarns) the pioGta ol tha
possibility of misrepresentation. The polley Is free
IIERJfAW MEYER, Pre' I.
low, son am mm,
Sarolny 23 r o a
...Ftlll SALK AT..
FOR J ALE AT
In .'lirner ami helU't- tliati
Mnnpror nil tinea I, xi Pil wnli.
Isiir t'lollie.l ur t.leiinlilir Win.
liis ulllioitt water. S'nllil,
Oil t.'lo lli, S'litorN, Tttlilrs, kiiiI
it l S tviioiiivnra, S'lilllu, l-.arlll
cn is U U (Jln.Njivisre. anil lur
tlencrnl Iluiiko cli'iinlni; l'tir.
For isollwlilii? Ifiiivea. Tl ri it it
llrnsa, hlet-l, Iron, is ml all Hele 'Il
Wnres, lleiiiovs, in, liy la(lr, 1st .aa
ami Itust, leisvlng as lirlillitsst astr te
ciimil lu IVesr.
For Salo by IMKCLAY UKh
Aii Elegantly perfumed anl
vnluublc nrtlelo for the toilet vf
Ladles nnd Gentlemen. Mill
euro (Jhnunod llaiidH.HonrUnesn
of the Skin; I'luipnotl Llua awl
THY ONE BOTTLE.
EXTRA HNE COLOGHE
Ocnulno Imported Extacta, H M H
FINE ERULISn SOAPS. B 0 N
Ilalr, Tooth ocd Nail OrniheiJ O
India Rubber Nnrsoi7 GoodsJ 2 P
AT I r
rrinu man MtVnt'M sunt. i
i;ssn)'a for VoitUR Men
(JitEAT SOCIAL UVIkS A SI) AHUM.
Which Inl-rfcre with Marriage, vr Mi r re I .
of rrluf Mr iliBiTriiirftui1 nn:orliii.. , '1 1 l
an'i'iei' ii' ii. m.
ft n m enlil enro'-ipe., lr- ol i !i.
Al'r-, lnHVM! SAMl'I.V Ai
U TluN. .Nu. .'-oii'li Ninth St., I hllit i
TONIC in us:
FOK BALE II V
E. F.MA.YNARB, Pro
A v .'llin of narly imlis-jretion, cauini? nervn J
ile thtv. nreinature ,le nv. etc . hnvuna trie,! I
vain etery adverlis.'d rernudy, naj dUcoveredl
IiiiIjIc means ofaeif cure, which he will send 1 1
nit lellJir-suucrera. A larm, j. ii. 1 1 1 1 i.ii
r,!m 7 Na..an t . New York.
Vr.lTliKIN 4.HUAT ULH
IN TO It ATI VK.
Wholesale I'epot .V. W. corner Klflh and
a'reets, Philadelphia, Pa.
JAC'lin M'llKirr., Holerroprleot Pi
Ills a re niilo rmiMly Aieuioine, a in ran a
aken hv either infant or at nil with the aar.m t4
ficial results, it is acrrtalo, j rcmptand .peeil
emedy lur diarrhea, dysentery, l.rlcotnpliJ
dyspeinia, lnwn- of si'ir.ls, faintltitc. '"I
suilliaeil, lien'iai ii,,, i'u . ruri.iiii,Hii'i ir,ri 1
ill kind.. ,1 . far l-l i r ami siler than oilioin
oitliout any d i s ern.:tis e!ltit. It e!tl
art appeuie, pni.es n pwwii uim.-piuf i
kft,ll tiiumera, t thntU of 1 uior in a H
minutes. As mdisputablu eviuewu ol Its ineoi
cal troj'enrs, we appeiifi a itw oi me many tee
iniaies in jut Mja.esniuu :
Johnson's Iiepot, Uut Tenn., anl Va. It.
JicoeScnsrts, J-iq-DearHtr, I nweiisel t
Uittersl h.tvn oh u ned tiom y. J, an I f.n I hti
(o Ijo all they we rccommeaJtd l't. I fr,ut
oce bottle loalSurdtncoiiderllK relief, I lei
atthoucli I cannot do very well wjt.uut lueni, i
tay present state of health.
I). lir.NK,K. i nSonlhUh St.. I'll la.
Pastor Baptist Passyunk Cliurrh.l
Hold by V P. Allen, at Mam street Dubuque.
Sliver rotnplaint as
auneasines anu pas
in tne siie. come
times the ialn Is
I heahoulner. and
unstaHn or rheumallkln. 1 he stomach IS atlecl
rtl with lns of at,frftlte And slcknes. bowels ll
gene aleoetivc, eometlmes aiternattcs with lal
The hesd t iMtibled with pain, and dull, heasl
lo.s of memory, aecoul
nanieii witn na ntui scia
tsuonoi navinr leuuiaj
lone totnethini; wines
lusht to have been dnnl
weakness, droililv. andlol
snirits. biintttme. some of the above svmil
. ... , . I. - . t . . . . . . v. . ....a
llllllf Alirnu uirwr. turn U. w,l,r-, liuif.
few of them; but the Liver Is Renerally the oral
most involves, wutcine L.ivcr wmi
A preparation ol roots and fierrn, warranted tl
b strictly vegetable, andean do no Injury to anl
It has been nsed by hundreds, and knownoll
tho last S3 renrs as one of the most reliable, eld
catloua and harm! preparations ever otleredl
tho sutlerlnit. If taken regularly and persislenl
durrhora, anecnocs ol
the btisdder. catntl
of the skin, impurity of tho bloo'd, melancholy!
nr depression or spirits, heartburn, colic, or pair
in sue ufiwcis, pain m sue ncsvi, leser aba muu
dropsy, bolls, pain in the back and limbs, ajlhmd
erysipelas, female afiectlons, and bJlous dieeaaeJ
t'repartu only cyj. is. xciiib ss. c.,
I'ruiiaists.' llacon. Ga.
Por sale by Earclry lirulhtrs, Ohio LeveJ
j br inamavit'law
Eslablished In HV, and charterM 1M1, for th
.realmenl of all diseases of it private nature,
sldenlto both sexes. A cure Is guaranteed
every case undertaken.
Dewces' Female Regulators
For females.- Warranted to rem voobttruct-u
etc. Prion 2 per box.
Also a full assortment of Itandaa nnd Trutie
astiirlorUimyol Male tjl.eahhsi tt fori-ln
onoi 3 per hall doten, nr ISperdoien.
A Medldat Patiiphlct, conlalnlnu an rlahorat
treatisn on theabovediso eea, with few iiractid
remarks upon tho catiso, ctfect and treatment
tne same containing t) )are paes mie Ml cf
andennraniiKs, showing the dllteient sUrss,
Kent in sealed wrapper oa nelpt of
Galen's Head Dispensary,
No, 73 West Jellerson strea
HA. V JU
NEW JfiWELftY STORE
300 SOS W4 N Fink St
Cor. 5th & OUre.' ST.MUIS,MO.
Ail viiltew to the city cor
OllOJUrlBTatea tO CtVllss
miLii i iiiiui