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THE DAILY IBUELETIN.
Story . of a Galley
Adapted from the popnlar play, UA Ciui-
ORirTBR TV!." '
" ; O0tT5lTli3 t'AtBMTIMB. ''
., ,,Ths Marquis de3lonne was very reti
eent when Valentine mentioned the bitter
dlsappotntment1 for1 Adrlenne contained in
! her father's warda.'" ,
::' "You tnnt bars felt M sanguine tu she
did," he Said,' lodiinff earnestly In her
face. I djld, thought ws had only to
find the i Count de Mornaass to insure the
soldier's vindlcalion. ;V ,
Strsni) ;. murmured the marquis.
"Very stranger He leaned his head on
Wbttid -you -mean by thatl" asked
sTaienthivifs ' . " '
hy; only hlsl ' That he should have
i convinced his own daughter of. his inno
cence was- quite 1 natural J but he must
have told lis Qfy exceedingly well to
, hare irapiedyoa In the same way
eourae Adrienna was willing to belie?
him yon had not similar motives con-
,tromngyou.r, ''-.. '- '
:r "Yes, but aba told him that she trusted
" his words before he explained his terrible
"position. His first assertion that he was
unjustly accused and condemned, satisfied
:- her. At the time she had not recognized I
him" '' ''''-' '
Valentine hesitated a moment, then met
her lover's eyes, herow bright with c&b
dor. ; "1 believed him, too." '
i', "And you. wsrs; simply watching and
listeningen impartial, cod spectator f"
Yes, I may so. I felt worried "about
Adrienne, she was so persistent in her in
: tention of speaking to him but, to tell
- the truth, my first feeling in regard U,
him was one of dioHkei-in fact, of fear.
Bhe was drawn to him he repelled me
Be is an immense- man, very handsome,
vry sad -looking; and bis voice is beau-
"He then overcame all your scruples f"
"Yes, every one of them! I pledged
'TJJVself 18 aJMist Arlrlnnna In her efforta Ut
yjndJcAte' hhn ..; ... . ,.. . "
- -1 snould liketo see this usn."
"Will you f Can yon r
"I could, with some little trouble j but
rafter all, Valentine, to what purpose f Tc
' ( listen 1o a recital which your father shows
conclusively to be false in' the most ira;
portant particnlaraf - No, the kindest
k thing ou can do is to forget this man,
suit j jfra i'inny - wenu Aurienne irom
thinking of him.. Surely, her love for him,
so lately rekindled, cannot compare with
her love for the duke and duchess, hon-'
' estly won, and the growth of years of um .
'.tual affection." .
t: "I do not know it seems to have be
i come part of her existence. .Bhe Is 'grow
; ing old , under the misery caused by
, thinking of him. She pictures to herself
l his mental Sufferings, and I really believe
that she now endures greater agony than
he does." Her sensitive feelings are con-t
lartfl.. I 'I 1 1 11 . 1 ... I t MnA t. ab a -ruw -nn
tf.,a-.ti, vti mvuguv, attu itc tatauy 'otitt
veverytbing connected with bun in the
wonit colors.", '':,,r':. '
ul Is the saddost thing I ever heard of
i Only tim can soften such a sorrow."
"Adrienne will not live to give time s
chance. ,"JBhe will succumb under it."
. . "Heaven forbid I"
rl do not know about that. - Think ol
her bitter remorse, and its constant weight
, uj'v'i v v a uvaivs uu-o SsWtvUDOfS U OI tCiif
si) the world could not convince her that
she was blameless." 1 " v1
"It is a most awful condition of life, I
grant j 6ai, it this tea totrdered his in
nocent wife, Heaven, in raising up hie
own child; as the one powerful, fatal wit
ness against him, inflicted its heaviest
"700 said ifP;. ,, T
"Yes, but I recall it. The duke be-
, lieved him guilty for twelve years. Foi
.a little while his conscience troubled him,
"owing to what the chanoinesse said. Now
1 he has returned to . his old conviction
and tbey are settled finnly." -
"Poor Adrienner Valentine's eyes filled
wfth tears. "Minutes will seem tike hours
until to-morrow. Then, J will try to com-
'fort her." V-? '
The marquis left Valentine looking and
feeling very sad. Do what she could, the
girl could not keep bar thoughts from
dwelling on the subject. ' ..-,. -f.
As the noun -passed,' and her clesr
ItitAfi YlAi Vakrj4 CVi aa sa as a a k akaaI 9 A
brain regained Its powers, she found her
self recalling, without menial effort, the
seem of the morning. Again she saw Ad
Hen ne'e mobile features changing, with
the rapidity of thought from delight to
aeepair again she heard the sweet voice,
now rich and musical with Joy, then
broken and full of teart in its moaning
cry of anguish."' Uet father's appearance.
t mariner, voloe,1 and ,'words. all returned
With painful exactness, and she tried to
put from her the work of coolly analyring
them. 1 ' ' ':" .'
' In raint conscience' forced the task
from her unwilling faculties. Bhe fell in
to a troubled sleep, haunted, with . pban
t totna that assumed the well-known shapes,
' and seemed to plead to her in favor of or
agalnat the soldier's Innocence. '
Valentine was glad when morning broke
and the feverish dreams were ended. The
rnagnrfieme sorronndiflg heT next chal
lenged her admiration, and the contem
plation of the sudden change tn her own
' circumstances occupied her for some time.
: A susjiinons to breakfast with . the count
suddenly brought back all her perplex!-
"Il ' V.Unll-.. (V. 1. ,.(,-... -
dining-room, intent on on object to find
a quick mode to winning the count's con
sent to a visit to Adrienne.' . I" .
. The count was equally InUnt on bis own
pet schemes. He was seated at the table,
lowly dropping lumps of sugar . into his
coffee, when be saw her standing In the
doorway) but bs at one rose, kissed her
forehead, and handed ber to her seat.
Valentine aaw thai h had recovered his
sppearancs and seUHjontrot.; ','"
. The count bad vary little small-talk at
his disposal. Vslao.na,st that rooasnt,
OA IRQ BULLETIN; SUNDAY, MORNIKQ, APRlL
posneHseil none whatever. They, however.
found the Improvements a sttljeet of easy
discussion. Valentino was pleased' with
everything, and was qnlte willing lo leave
the whole matter to the count's tastes and
decisions.1 ; The servant being dismissed,
the count began i
aqyon goto the; city with me-this
"Why, yea." '
"This presentation will take place as
soon as possible after the Duke de Choi-
.sours arrival and I want, you to be
dressed in accordance to, your rank and
"Oh, yes; the duchess was speaking ot
our dresses only yesterday."
"Well, we can decide, without consulting
her, I sujipose. The tradespeople in Tour
Ion can supply yon with all yon will want
in the way of stuffs, and, of course, who
ever makes them up will suggest the
style and form of the dress."
"Would it not be more polite to mention
the matter to the duchess! She is so
kind, and she has taken such an interest
in me. Besides, Adrienne r"
"Why do you mention that girl T -
"Mention Adrienne T, Valentine's eyes
snd voice were full of wonder;" '
"Yes, it annoys me very much. The
sound of ber name, and everything con
nected with her, are distaateful to me,"
"Why, Adrienne and Kbay-t been like
sisters for four yearysbere (s no nee in
the world like Adrfii"""'" . . t
The count stared al' nis dangbter Very
much aa if afraid for her reason. ,k
"No one in the world like : Adrienne!
Why, you are talking nonsense, sheer
nonsense." ' -' ' ...
The count rose, and walked in the
"It is the truth, however," said Valen
tine, calmly. , , ,
"The truth, eh f no one in the world
like AdHcnneT The count, laughed
scornfully. "The child of a BkiaeraU
convict r 1 " ; vi
Valentine rose and approaohed tts
COUflt . ui n
"Is she to blame for that!" she asked,,
proudly, her voice growing firmer and
clearer. - : ' .'" '?r'-l , -
"I did not ssy that she waa. Wy do
yon argue with roe! I tell yon, yon must
forget this girl forget her, I snyf,,. t ,
But why! What baa she doner
"Nothing! 1 Did I say anything against
her! I only say this, you can hiva noth
ing more to do with her.'' ; i t.w tut
"But why r
"Because I wiBh it."
"There is no reaso" in that," said Val
entine, ! ' - - . i ' x
"What, missl do yon defy met" Too for
get yourself. I am your father, 1 will bs
obeyed." . . u: .
"Where you command what hi right and
reasonable.", . ,. . ,( - . ....,".;.. ; .;,
, The count faced his daughter,, amased
into silence. Valentine spoke rapidly and
emphatically. '' 'Z''" t:' ::"'':v' ,d; i ....
"I know all the disadvantages under
which she may appear to .strangers) bat,
surely, you you will sot . altowV these
things to prejudice you against her. Bhe
is not responsible for her father's , crime!
She is so pure! so gentle! so lovely t I
am sure yon would like her for her own
sake if you understood hrr . ',
"Like ber like that ., girll . Never!
"And can you not find pity for her I Yon,
above all, might feel for her"
"I, above all! why, why ahouM I pity
her!" -'':' ';";
The bitter scorn in his voice aroused
Valentine's indignation. w
"Did not ber father go to yonr help at
the risk of his life! Surely, he. acted
"Well, well, I paid blm for his services,
did I not!" - . .; . ..
"You paid him P Valentine clasped her
hands, speaking to hersell . "Well, and
that money, too, disappeared with the
other valuables! The man must be part
ly right; some wretch' man have broken
into his bouse, murdered bis poor wife,
almost before the eyes of her child, and
taken those things!" ,;
"Stop! silence, I syf, 7 The count
caught Valentine's arm in grasp like
iron, and hissed his words into her face,
his eyes gleaming like those of a wild an
imal, "I'll hear no more no more, I say i
Never speak to me again of that .wretch
ed woman that girl the daughter of
vile SSBBSS -" ,
The count seemed unable to finish his
word. He broke ,rom , Valentine, and
paced up and down the) long root hks
chained beast. . ,
Valentine forgot the pain caused by his
strong pressure, and turning, watched
Lim. lie geeticulated like a. madmen
his convulsed features worked In fright
ful grimaces, which his efforts at self con
trol rendered all the mora horrible. .
Terrified, dreading she knew not what,
Valuntine went to his stdevn 1
"Calm yourself, father. I will do a
you say) hut I cannot understand your
agitation your sudden anger , I did not
intend to excite you." : ' a -
The count sat down on sofa, sod put
his handkerchief over his face. , v-
Valentine stood new him, afraid to offei
any cai-eas, and yet longing to show him
some little filial attention.- It was. duty
trying in vain to kindle lovs. ' , '
Jean Renaud had stood before' his
daughter In a convict's dress, and she) had
thrown her arms around his neck,' snd
laid ber head on his breast, in simple,
childlike confidence, nothing doubting.
Why could not Valentine weep .out bet
disappointment in her father's arms! Iq
depriving her of Adrienne's love, surely
his should make up for the loss. Bhe,
however, could not find eourage to go
humbly and lovingly to this trembling,
unreasonable man, who evidently bad ,no
feeling for those in disgrace, even though
he owed lo the soldier a heavy debt ot
gratitude. . . .. .
Bhs was in the midst of these problems,
when the count spoke, with studied sslnv
neest ". i ,
"You are right, Valentine) 1 tkeuldnot
allow myself to be so easily aroused. Far
glvenie, my, daughter. It la Ml long
since I have had any soothing tnfluenoee
about me you most charm away these
fearful gusts of passion that sway at so
terribly." . .. ' i( ., .. . ui' , . .
lie took her hand and kissed tt
"And may I go to Adrienne f-it Is so
hard to giy her np." .. , , ( , ,
"There that name agaml Vsleritlaa,
my decision en this point Is lmvoeabla,
Listen tesiet Iwfll try is etjiltis my
. J. . . M . hit
meaning ciaariy ana eooiiy. tout a,iew
days sines we were s proscribed family f
now, on returning to possess ourselves of.
the estates we have so long been deprived
of, we must be oarefuL" ( .
Valentine drew herself up to her full
"Yes, careful Onr conduct must def;
criticism" 'j-, ',' u-,'i"t'n..
"I trust I shall never do anything to
bring a shadow of shame on the family
honor." '.; : '.; -' r;'?
"Not willingly, I know, Valentine; but
the Countess de Mornasse, the heiress of
half a doxen, ' noble name, can. hardly
choose for a companion thff daughter of a
eonvkted murderer, now ' serving out a
life's sentence at the galleys." ' ;.
Valentine's proud glance met the count s
restless eyes. . -it .' ,vj:.i i.-i.' .
"The honor of the family most be easily
tarnished, If the eotn'panlonship of one like
Adrienne can injurs it, Your explanation
Is hot convincing.",,',,' '. ., .?'.",r,
"It is enough for my purpose, however.
I shall nse whatever means I think best
to preserve the credit of this,, house. As
my. daughter, you owe me , respect and
I shall try to show' you respect j and it
Is my duty to obey you."
And this subject we will never again
recur to. If you make your preparations,
we will start at an early botrr for the city.":
With a deep bow, the count left the
room.- Valentine eat for some minutes
completely, overpowered by the weight of
conflicting emotions. ' "
Her acquaintance with men was limited)
the priest wboaaidmass at !ihe college
bad always impressed her with bis claim
to respect and awe. 'Hia office, and the
knowledge of bis good life in his daily in
tercourse with bis parishioners, command
ed these feelings. Once at . the .Chateau
f Aubretot, epportunitiee - for studying
men, as they appeared' fo the society of
ladies, were frequent. ,y Throw n,in to daily
companionship with the duke, Raoul and
Henri, Valentine had formed a very high
estimate of men of rank and position.
The duke had been a brave soldier, and
now stood high ia political affairs. Un
doubtedly be bad at tjmes much to' ruffle
hie temper end arouse hi anger, yet Val
entine bad ' always observed that he
treated women, and particularly those of
hie own household, with tbs, moat gentle
consideration and respeot. The docheas
did not seem te have ever bad a harsh
word spoken te her, she seemed . to have
lived In an simosphere of love and peace.
Even the discovery of Adrienne's parent
age, instead of annoying her and ber hus
band, had only the effect of making them,
if it were possible to be so, fonder of the
unfortunate child. And Raoul and Henri !
The exprssrion,,.eoJipo,"'; seemed
to be the watchword of all . these : noble
gentlemen.' Even had Adrienne been a
stranger to them, their rery nobility would
have obliged them -to treat her with deli
; What, then, actneted the Count de Mor
nasse to tarn from herewith horror and
disgust in every feature! . He, a noble
man of snotenl Ueeage, a gentleman by
right of birth, wealthy,. in full possession,
apparently, of hja faculties, to denounce
and cry down with bitter, scornful invec
tive, thla innocent girl the lovely victim
of as Inexplicable mystery t" ,.
Valentine was shocked at - the lack of
manliness, the dearth; of moral courage
thus displayed.' The count's passionate
anger and recent violence with herself,
she ascribed wholly to his ungovernable
temper, accounted for fully by the wound
he bad received. , ut this Injury could
not have affected his heart, and it was the
decided lack of good-.heartedoess that
she deplored, i When he was in trouble,
the soldier went to hie aid at once, volun
tarily. Now, the poor convict was suffer
ing unjustly, and the count, "Instead of
seeking to help him in his terrible strait,
quickly turned away, even prohibiting
the mention of his name, or that of his
napless child. :, ' ..
. , Worried, perplexed, Valentine dressed
herself for the coming drive, and with all
these emotions at intervals rising to tor
ment her, she joined the count, and to
gether they rode to the city. , , ,
Once interested, U the various pur
chases to be made, the count grew talka
tive, even genial, y I
Nothing was too expensive for Valen
tine's nee. - He shoes the most delicate
laces, the heaviest brocades, the richest
satins, for her wardrobe. , His ' tastes
seemed te depend more on the cost of the
article than its, pattern ..'or, eoloringj but
Valentine knew the shades she liked, and
he let ber decide for herself.
The Intense admiration In the glances
he gave her, snd his complimentary re
marks, gradually broke down the reserve
at first se decided ia her manner. After
all, ha was her father, had, perhaps, been
bitterly tried is his long exile, and he ev
idently loved her. Valentine had pined
for hU presences why not accept the
good, and forget what troubled her t
Bo ths shopping expedition was a means
of establiahisg more eordial relations be
tween this strangely-nnited father and
dangbter. ,' ;
On their way home they met the duch
ess. Bhe was alone in the : carriage, and
eoold only stop for a few moments.
Adrienne waa so much better that she
was preparing to attend ths ;. reception.
The Duke de Cboiaeul had reached Tou
lon, and would hold court at the Hotel de
The presentation would take place on
the second day following, and ths duchess
exchanged a few words with Valentine in
reference to her dress and ornaments.
Nothing waa Hid shout Valentine's ab
eence from the Chateaa, tfAubrsla. The
dnehees evidently thought tt proper and
light for the count . to ' monopolise Valen
tine at first, and ths important subject of
Visiting Adrienne wee net alluded to.
. Valentine breathed mere freely after
the duchess had klseed her anddrlvsn on.
At least, Adrienne was mucn better.
The eoming presentation would so absorb
her time snd thoughts, that shf would not
miss Valentine. Tfiey . would meet on that
day In Toules) .thereof as joy la the
A 16-year-ol4'feoy ''"appjied for s
divorce in the Superior, court In New
York city,, , That boy will make bis way
tiu"9U. the world. .'( '
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PuoM Major Downs, Military Instructor,
Mt. Pleasont Academy, Sing Binrr, - N. y.:
During the very cold weather I was suffer
ing with Catarrh. My head snd throat
ached so severely that I was obliged to Rive
up everything and keep quiet. Elys'
Cream Balm was suggested. Within an
hour from the first application I felt re
lieved, the pain began to subside. Id two
days was entirely cured. W. A. Downs.
Feb. 15th, 1881.
'. tSfDianiond Dyes will color anything
any color, and never fail. The easiest and
best wBy to economize. 10 cents, st all
Who is the Prettiest Girl in America?
Is a question that would perplex a con
gress of connoisseurs assembled to nominate
the most beautiful. But such an assem
blage would not be surprised to learn, that
the most charming of their sex, on this side
of the Atlantic, enhance the beauty and
preserve the soundness of their teeth with
80ZODONT, since everybody knows, that
the ladies prefer it to any and all dentifri
ces. Let no man say after this, that worn n
BtK a woman in another column near
Bpeer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which tier's Port Orape wine is mudu,
that is to highly ostocmed by the medical
profession, tor ths uso of invalids, weakly
pi unnt And the aged. Sold by druggists.
To The West-...
There are a number ot routes - loading to
the above-mentioned section; but the direct
and reliablo.routQ Is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Hftilway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St.. Jomiph andOuiaba.
Pullman Palace Bloeping Cars of the very
finest mako are attached to all trains, l
At Eaimas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas,' Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia "m'jct with cxpresi trains of all
lines.!' . -.- f ('''' .' i
At Atchison, ''connection is made with
express trams for'. Kansas and Nebraska
points. ,,i .. , , ' i ,,, , ,'t
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California. ! '
'This lino offered, parlies enroute to the
West aud Northwest, not ,only fast, time
and superior accomodation; but beautiful
acenerv, us It passes through the finest por
tion of Misoouri'and.Nebraska." Bund for
illustrated maps,'., paoiphloti, &c., of this
line, which will be mailed froe.," i
0. B. Kilt NAN,", 1 " '" ' " r. CHAltDItsUt,
Asi'tUon'l Pass'. Agent., GonH Pasa Agent.
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Sleepleu nights made miserable by that
terrible cough. Sbiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul G.Schuh, agent, (8)
Gove & Woodruff, Farmlngton, III.,
sayi : "We sell a great deal of . Brown's
Iron Bitters snd it gives general 'satisfao
tion." . -.-
Never Ghe Up.
If you ars suffering with, lew and de
pressed spirits, low of appetite,! general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orasy disease of a bilions
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired wlrb' new lire;atTenKth
and activity will return twin snd misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Llectno Bitters.' ;8old at
fifty cent s battle by Harry WjBcbuh. (5)
To all who atesnfforing from ths errors
and indiscretion of - youth, nervous weak
ness. esrlv deck, lost of menhood.: dtc. I
will send s recipe that will cf re yon,, mis
or cbabsr. f Thia great remedi was
discovered by a minister in South America
8end a sell-sddrseied. envelope to the Rev.
Joskth T. iRatAH, Station Dn New York
City. -, '
Ths glory of s man is his strength. If
you are weakened ddwn through excessive
study, or by early ., indiscretions, Allen's
Brain Food will permanently 1 restore all
lost vigor, snd : strengthen all the muscles
of Brain snd Body. $1 pig., tor $15
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Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of ..KirtrjNew
Discovery for CJoneumpHod,,OosgM and
Colds, have boon given sway a trial- bottle
of the large ein Tliis enormous outlsy
would be disastrous to the proprietor, were
it not for the rare merit possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call st Harry W.
Schuus Drug Store snd get s trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
cure. ' ' ' '" : ! ' (0)
Catarrh Cured, health and awoot breath
ecured by Billion's Catarrh remedy. Price,
80 cents. , Nasal Injector free. Bold by
Paul O.Scbuh. (4)
Wou Given Out. , On receipt of voor
addrou we will make sn offer by which
you can sara . $8 to $7 evening, at yoar
horns'. Men, Women, Boy or Girls esn do
it. H. 0. Wilkinson Co., 119 snd !7
Fulton Strset, New York.