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THIS DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1882.
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At l:-st they have civcn lue port, ink
mid paper. At lu.?t 1 can write out my
story and .semi it into the worM the
world that shall jwdire me and wliosu
judgment I do not fear.
1 glanced up just now from my buy
writing. What did I .see? A room
ricTUpulonly clean mid neat. But tlirre
N foi;ii!tliin odd smui'iliiii waiitiiirr.
What is it?
Oh, I sec! There is not pieto of
china, a piece of glax, a Miile artielo
of hrie-a-hrac w hich lends to any apart
ment that graceful air of living.
And why? liocnuso china might i
Lroken, ami bharp. edges cut. They do
not even leave nie an ivory paper-knife
to cut the leave of the magazines which
lie upon my table.
Perhaps you have guessed the wtvt
I am about to tell you. I am ir. a mad
house nnd they cail me mad.
I had to lay down my pen here and
laugh. I low strangely my laugh sound
in this quint room!
I was eighteen when ray uncle brouglrt
me to his home. He had butone daugh
ter, a year younger than myself. She
was still at school. Would that I had
never seen her fair, false face! I should
have been Donald's wife then, and now
but I have not told you of Donald.
lie wtwi my uncle's partner. To my
uncle he was almost a son. Indeed, I
always think il had been his cherished
hope that one day lie would sustain him
this relation; but,' be this as it may, lie
was constantly at our hou-e. I shall
never forget the lir-t day I saw Donald
Craig. I loved him then, I love him
now; I shall love him in my grave. 1
was silling alone in the lilirary, gazing
dreamilv into the lire, when' he and
Uncle 1" rank end-nd lociher.
"Nina, dear," said The latter, "Mr.
Craig dines with us to-day. Let me nre-
sent him to you."
We went in to dinner later, but I
could eat nothing, mr did I talk much.
He talked, ami 1 li-tenod; hut after din
ner, of my own accord, 1 went over to
the piano, opened il, and sat down.
First 1 let my lingers idly wander over
the keys, then I struck a prelude and
began to sing.
IMore my Kong was finished Donald
had risen and crossed to my side. 1
knew that he would conic; I knew that
I had begun to exercise my power the
power which I made oa'th to myself
should usurp his life.
No one spoke when I finished; no one
apoke for an hour, when I arose from
Donald drew a long sigh, as of one
tmrfcited with ecstasy.
He came very often aft. r that evening.
Oh, how 1 looked forward to his visits;
how 1 hungered for his pr-enee; how I
thirsted for his voice! Vet I knew -knew
always that he did not love me.
1 fascinated, I bewildered him, but I
could not touch his heart.
To every sense I appealed except the
sense of loving. In vuin I strove to dis
guise the truth from tin self, It was al
ways before me, Vet f, C(n,u ln)l BlHy
away from me. There wen; times when
ho made the ell'oit. He alw ays failed,
and I could see his aier at his failure.
No matter where heV,a. what he was
doing, I could wish and will him to mv
side. Of this secret ci.nliol . ,:id n;,
idea; but all the same it fretted Hmj
So the months flitted away, until t)10
summer cuine, and brought vith It, witi.
its sunshine nnd it birds, of which he
w emed so fitting a part, the return of
my cousin to her home.
1 was, as 1 have said, but a year her
pernor, but she seemed to me a verita
ble child a doll, a plaything.
Of course we had met before alio ii ad
been homo from time to timo on her
holidays; but then I had seen nothing,
suspected nothing. It remained for tho
long summer days and moonlight nights
to reveal to mo the truth Donald loved
her. Yes, my uncle's dream bade fair
to bo fulfilled. Should UP To my own
heart 1 swore never!
Ono evening she waj ill, confined to
her room with a severo nervous head
ache. He canto as tisuaU and, when
told ho could not see her, was about to
Hut when lie stopped for a few mo
ments' conversation with my uncle, J
crossed to the piano and began to sing.
lu ten minutes he was by my side. J
burst into an impassioned love-song
my heart's misery and longing found
ve'nt. I let the last notes die in a sob,
then I nro and slipped my hand
through his arm.
"Take me into the air," I whispered;
"I am stilling!"
Together we crossed over to the win
dow opening upon the verandah; but, as
ho walked, he staggered like a man in
toxicated with drink.
"Donald!" I whispered.
"Hush!" he said. "You are a witch!"
and turned to leave me.
Donald!" I cried again. "If I wort
indeed a witch, I could niako you love
nie. Look nt me, Donald. Am I hid
eous in your sight?"
His breath eanie short and rpiick.
"Donald: I said again, out now my
voice had sunk to a whi-per, so low that
even the night winds failed to catch it
"kiss me just once!"
This time he did not Mart away. My
words enthralled him. He bent his
handsome- bead. In another moment
his lips would have touched mine, when
a little hand swept away the curtains
from the window, l'ale and wondering,
Ilita looked out at us from the shadows
of the room. In an instant Donald had
sprung to her side. 1 had forever Inst
him. Neither missed me as 1 passed in
and away from them, though I heard
"I felt better, and there was some
thin so strange about Nina's song it
startled me, and I came down to see."
15' forc she slept that night she knock
ed at my door.
"I want to tell you how happy I am,"
she whispered, as" she kissed me. "To
night, Donald asked me to be his wife
tonight; tt only a little while ago, a.s
I stood iii the window, Nina, ami saw
you both together, I was almost jealous;
but I never shall be j-alons again. Don
ald says. It is so strange, too. Ho is
so eager for our marriage. Ilebegs that
it mav tske place almost at once. He
is going abroad, he j-ays, and wants to
take me with him."
1 don't .... .v Low Ian-werd her; but
nt lat she left me alone. My brain was
on lire. My blood like nioiten lead
coursed through my veins. The weeks
that followed were w.ks of torture.
Kverytbing va Tiurried preparation for
the wedding. ,
I laughed as 1 watched it a". I alone
knew that it never shou! 1 lake place. I
did not even longer strive to exercise
my power uTer him. I fancied omc
times that people watched me strangely,
but I was very guarded.
Well, it w as the night before tho wed
ding. I had said Oood-oight," and
gone early to my room. It opened into
Kita's with a communicating door.
When she came up stairs I pretended to
bo asleep, but she bent over me and
An hour after, 1 got up and crossed
over to my table. There 1 took up a
pretty little Venetian dagger a toy
which had belonged to my mother. I
Finiied as I felt its sharp blade.
"It will not hurt," I whispered; "but
she will sleep the sounder."
Then I softly opened the door and
entered her room. .She lay on the bed
asleep. One white, rounded arm was
thrown above her head and her lips were
1 only stopped to look at her, and
think how lovely she would be dressed
in hercoilin in her wedding-dress. Yet
I was far more lovely than my rival.
My rival! Yes, that was the secret. It
was for this she mu-t die.
Where was her heart? There, and
there only, ruu-t I strike. Ah, I could
see it beat! I raised my arm.
Another moment and it would have
fallen, but in that instant someone seiz
ed it from behind and wrenched the
weapon from my grap. I turned, to
look into my uncle's white, stern face.
From that moment, and for long
weeks aDd months, I remembered noth
ing more. When I regained conscious
ness I found myself here hero behind
grated bars, and with human eyes al
ways upon me.
Itita is married, they tell me, but I do
not believe them. Somo day Donald
will give me love for love! Cold and
peauinnlo-iu, i'hut can slio teach him of
the heart's true lire? One of these days
he will waken to the truth, and comrj to
claim me as his bride. Why should I
try to take my life? He is coming. I
am content to wait yes, quite con
tent, and so 1 smile and let them call me
The Changing Leaves.
A party of ladies and gentlemen were
being entertained one day this autumn
at the house of Mr. 15liink, a violent
temperance declaimer, of Bangor, Me.,
w ho w as himself suspected in the habit
of secretly drinking whisky not unfre
iuent!y. While he had been called out. o tho
room for a few minutes the company
discussed the question w hy the leaves o'n
the maple trees about his door should
have turned mo bright a hue. Nobody
could explain it.
As he came hack again Mrs. Q. inno
cently asked him if he could tell why
leaves should suddenly change their coi
or from green to bright red. lie was
unaware that she was speaking of hi.s
own trees, and promptly replied:
"li ie. Localise they blush for shame
at the sly drinking habits of their own
ers." There was so much of a muchness to
this answer that Mrs. Q. could only an
"J believe that's so!"
The average hotel waiter is a perfect
prodigy ut cards-he takes everything
with Ins tray. '
The Sort of People That One Meets at
Who thinks tho world nil rosog,
Wlio loves at alKbl tuo tirst man who pro
Iteiieven thai I'ficli admirer In sincere,
And cannot bear (but men at love uliould
THE NEAT YOl'SO MAN,
With Huh, well-starched collar,
Awl expectation-! Heady cash, a dollar;
Who dunce lika a weli-inailo ilauco inn
chine. And wears a most depressed, indifferent
TUB KNOWINO OIKI
Who's waltzed thmiiKh aovcrul season.
Not married yet! Hut then she hus bur
Who's a. ways dressed with choice that
make mrls Jealous;
To plea -e her pai tiiers tula one Is most
TUB UAJi OK VIIAHS,
No loinrer pleaed with folly,
Who thinks that dnuclng'i good,lnitup
Tiflers to c pcud bis time lu conversa
tion, With perhaps, to Bweotea It, the least
Till I'LEVKK (illll.,
Who' ftreut on education,
Whose talk is lofty and ot lotut duration;
Who seorus irlvo'lity, neglects her cloth
iiitf. Ixiven Women'. ltlghU, and looks on men
Tilt NF.UVOCS MAS,
Who stands up In a corner,
The very lniius ot a new Jack Horner;
1 he sort ot man who asks (whilst shyly
Atlimliilr partner), "Are you fond of
Tin pntrrv mm,,
Of whom men ask. "Who is she?"
And women Diurtnur that she's far too
Of whom few piles., who meet her win
She has a heart, a thliu apart-frotu
THK TAMB VoCNO MAS,
Who taiks atiout the weather,
And bi'ja-s your stop ami bis go well to-
Ac ret to every single word you utter,
C an't dance a bit, and then begins to stut
ter. TFU! ANXlofS CIRI.,
"Not been out much before,"
Hut very wilting to go out much more;
Who, w hen she's asked to dance, looks
I.lkrs grown-up men, and think that
tiojs are hateful.
THE FLIKTtNfl MAS,
Who fail in attitudes,
Ta!k to each girl of love In platitudes;
L'M'ks llng'ring looks which seem to
And doesn't feel, himself, the least em'
THE FAST TOCSC, MAS,
Whi drop in fur an hour.
Who iren. rany wears some large, white
Who quotes fritn comic songs, and
Mi:. l ot stuck ng.
And has a urcut prvpee-ity fur Jok'.ng.
THE CH M'EKoS,
Wh'it with srr.i'fsn warv.
To her a dance mn-t ! a' tbll g right
Who r- afn upon youtg men w ith lota of
u; ii. y;
For ' r ji.ung nun br lovk are cot so
THE OES'F.llAL CICIWIj.
Thi avercy.r man and ma:d-R,
W,th nevvr too lum-a biain i't Ua-itv la
den: But he wi;i je,., who at ihr-e iiio s once
The sort of p-op!e that one meets at
The Gas trust of Philadelphia fur
nishes the city with free gas, lud to
private consumers makes a reduction ol
1) cents per 1,(.xjj cubic feet from last
year's rates, i'y this action taxpayer!
are saved 194,000 annually, while'the
aggregate saving to private consumers
wiil l,e ...mething like . 144,000.
DkauHko. Mekk, kd. " The Central Meth
odist," Chtlettsliurg, Ky. I see in the Inst
''Central'' that you want a remedy lor sick
headache. Il' you will use a remedy that
you advertise in your piper every week, I
am sure, you will be greatly benefited there
by and I believe, cured. I have been a.
sufferer from sick headache, I can sny
from infancy, and have tried every remedy
I could get, and never found anything to
do me any good until I used Simmons Liver
Regulator. I feel for any one that suffers
with that terrible disease and I hope you
will give it a tual.
C. S. MoKXiri. Brownsville, W. Va.
Fortunes for Farmer.- and Mechanic
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Hilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Klectric Hitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents Tribune. Hold by Harry W.
Sec a woman In another column, near
Spcer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spcer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids' weakly
porsoiib and the aged. Sold by Druggists.
I advise you to take " Lindaey's Blood
Searcher." Scrofula, ulcers, old sores, pimp
les, boils, etc, cured at once.
A mono the ladies who may road this
thero may be several sickly ones who have
made up their minds to act on tho old saw
which specifies that "What can't be cured,
must be endured." While the truth of
the old proverb is self-evident it is just
possible they may have erred in judgment
as to possibilities of the hnalini art outside
of the medical profession, and before ejiv
inif. up in denpair they had better test tho
ellicaeyof Mrs. Lydia K. l'inkham's Veg
etable Compound, which is now attracting
Ask your physician aud ho will tell you
that for ull tho elements which jrivo health,
strength ami vior to tho system, there is
nothing better than pure malt. Only the
purest malt is used in Iho preparation of
Hops and Malt Bitters.
The U. 8. government are usinp laryo
numbers of the Improved IIowo Hcales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., events, 81. Louis,
Ladies and sickly nirls requiring a non
alcoholic, gentle stimulant will find Brown'i
Iron Bitten beneficial.
Chills ami Fever.
Simmons Liver Kckii
1 hi or men breaks tho
dulls and carrlua the
fever ont ol thanvstum.
1; euros when all otbur
Y r tho relief wnd cure
of tbls distressing dis
ease use Simmons Liv
The Regulator will pnidtlvtly euro this twfltde
disease. VYu assert emphatically what wo know to
CON STI 1 ATION !
should not ho regarded as a trlrliiijj, ailment. Na
ture ilemiinils the utmost regularity of the bowels,
i heret'oru adst nature by taking mimon Liver
Uegulator. It is harmless, mild aud effectual.
One or two tutilespoonfiils will relieve all the
iMiihles Incident to a bilious state, such as Nausea
Dizziness, lrowslnes, lUstress alter eating, a bit
ter hud tiifte in the mouth.
l'ersons may avoid all uttucks by occasionally
tiiklnt; a do of Simmon Llvur Regulator to keep
the liver lu bualtliy action.
generally arl enm fnm a disordered stomach, can
lie corrected hv taking Simmons Liver Kcgtllator.
Simmons Liver Kcgulst r soon eradicates this die
ea from the system, leaving the skin clear aud
Iree t'ruiu ull impurities.
Children sufTertnir with colic soon experience re
lief when Simmons Liver KeKiilator t administer
ed. Adults also derive crtut beueflt from this
medicine. It is not uiiplcafunt; it is harmless
ami effective, i'urely vegetahla,
HLADDKU cSc KIDNEYS
Yon of lie- (tlceaM'S ol ths bladder originate from
thoce of the kidneys. HoMore the action of tho
liver fully Mild boiti the kidneys and bladder will
WTake only the genuine, w blch always has ou
the w i i J i -I-r the red 7. trade mark aud signature ol
.1.U.ZEIEIN & CO..
Ki.r side by all drugWsts.
Tin: wan ni ii:iv.
HOPS h MALT
THE GRf AT
AND BLOOD PURIFIED.
Tills new Prmedy is compounded
from the best known curatives, such as
lo;is. Malt F.xuact. Castara Sagrada
(Sacred birk , b'jehu, Dandelion and
Sariapa::!la. tenib'.ncd with aa agree
able Aromatic Llix.r.
These Kemedic a-.t upon the Liver.
They act upon tr.a Kidneys.
They keguiata the bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
They Promo'e D .frestion.
Tbey Nourish, is'.rer.f.hen, Invigorate.
They give Tone. Health and Energy.
HOPS AKO MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL- and ONLY BIT.
TERS containing Malt Extract.
A.Vyoe.r liru.zi-l I t O.irn. and be sure
tbut the Usxl hx- on i'- the f.,ur words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in lire- rr i Ictttri.
t'i7"Take no other.SFj
At WV.ctrw'e an-l Ke tiil ly alldralem.
ROCHESTER M EDICTS E CO.,
C O A. i ,
I'OItT (J KAPE AVINE
Si'kku's Pout Gkapk Yine !
t'Gb'U YKAHS Old).
rplIIH i rtl-ICIsitATKIi NAl IVK WJNK is made
' Irom the Jul,. (if the ()iorto Urape, raised In
this i iiuiii-y. Iih liivHliiHhlo Ionic and stri'turili
(nliiK nropert en are iiiiKiirpned Ii v any oilier
Native Winn. Hdni the ptirejiitr.n of ti'o (irapu,
proiliKcd iiinb r Mr. Speer's own pitrmiiiul sU)ervl
sion, Its purity and irciiiuui ni'sa, am guaranteed.
Tin vniines! child rnnv partak'i of Its generous
iiialilics, Mini dm wcuke-i Invalid iihu It to advan
tage It In piirticiiiiirlybciiciutftl totlie aged and
debilitated. Hint suited lo tho various aliments that
slbTt th weaker sex. It Is In every respect A
WINK TO It IC UKLIKIl ON.
Spoor's P. J. Sherry.
Tin-1'. .I.HIIKUHV Is wine of Superior Char
iictersicl i nit ikusnf harlrh qualities of the grape
rrom winch II U made for I'urlty. Klclmos, fla
vin and M "die in al I'mnertin., It will he found un
Sneer's 1 ,T. Brandy.
This RUANDY "lands unrivaled In this tiountry
belngrur siipi-rlor Tor medicinal purposes. It Is a
piiri'dlsillhuinti iro the graim, and contains val
unldn niedlcltial properil(!S. It has a delicate fla
vor, sliiiilurto Unit of I lie grapes, from which It Is
distilled, and is In ureat favor atnona tlrst-rlass
families. See that fhe Slgnatur.) of ALFHKI)
HI KKIt, Pasali:, N , J Is over the cork of each
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