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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 21, 1890.
ROSE AYLMER'S GRAVE.
An ntiftlMi Rrnvo 'npatli Indian Ulrica,
Jlnrkcd by n milli n htono,
Ami this la wlioro Uoao Aylmer Hon,
Far, floworltiui, ami nlotio.
Hoto Aylnicr . ai it poot's lovo,
Sweet, l-rnutltul and uuug!
llor olccy, in inoloily,
Tlio poet lovor mug.
About her iravo no flowers grow,
1 No pleasant bongbi aro stirred.
Ko Kontlo nun, no quiet snow.
No EuRlioh bee or bird.
Tho nni of uprlnetimo scorch tho atone.
In nunimor, storm and ravo
Tlio wind? tbut birnld tbo o clone,
Tho rnlns that laiOi tho grnvo.
ISoioAylincr'n sister flowers should eprlnj
ill VhltKt h)oom nbovo;
l'! tonus "..Irtuor roi.ll! ' bring,
Tar dlstiint from his lovo.
And now a sunko llcs noar her Led,
Tlio crows perch on tho rati,
A klto swoops ivnt, nnd overhead
Tlio unclean vultures sail.
"Ah, wlmt n vull tho Rceptcrod raco,
Ah. what tho form dlvlnel
What every virtue, ovory grncol
IIoro Aylmer, nil wero thine.
Koto Aylmer, whom tlieso wakeful cyct
May wren, but nrver are,
A night of memories and of Mgus
I consecrate to thee."
Ah, why regret tho gloomy hearse,
Tho laud of kmlslinnntf
This is hnr grne, but L"iiulor'n verso
Itoso Ajltmr's innnuinent
Roso A Inter, on thy nnmestuno lies
I.ovn'8 roso immortally,
Tlio Itopo of memories nnd of sighs
Onco coiiRccrato to theo.
Tlio Count Stibor was lis bravo ns li
wa highborn, nnd riches hnd poured iti
upon him until ho lmil becomo ouo of
tho wealthiest noblrs In tho empire. It
chnncrd that olio day ho hunted with a
great ictinuo among tho mountain f:ist
iiewi'M, and glorious was tlio sport of
that calluut Jiunt. Tho light footed
clumois tho antlerel deer, tho florco
wolf, (Uitl tho grizzly hear wero alike,
laid low. When tho sun wns nbout
to hct, ho formed his temporary encamp
ment on tho pleasant bunk of tho Wang,
jiut where, on tho opponito sido of tho
rhaiiucl, n lono and precipitous rock
turned aside the glancing waters.
Tho heart of Stibor wns merry, for
tho sport had gono well throughout tho
day, and when his rudo tents wero
raised, tho s.ivory Meam of tho venison
and tho sparkle cf tho wino cup bright
ened his humor, and ho listened, with
n smilo upon his lip. to tho light sallies
of tho joyous company.
Ah they talUed idly of tho day's hunt
ing, howovri, i no wished that the deer
had taken another direction; n fcocond
that ho bad not missed a certain shot ;
n third that ho had not lost his coutcau
do chaso in tlio underwood. In shoit,
thero wns not an individual nuioiijj
them who had not some regie t blended
with his triumph, like a drop of gall in
a cup of honey.
"llear me," said tho magnificent
noble, during a transient panso in tho
coin (.rs.it ion. "I seem to bo tho only
hunter of tho day to whom tho sport has
been without a blemish. It is truo that
nil your mibfortuncs nro light enough,
but I will lw no sluidow cast upon my
own joy, nnd thereioiu to compensate;
you for this alleged mishaps, each tf
you is freo to fTVi a wih, and if it bo
within my power to grunt it, I pledge
my word that it tlull bo fulfilled."
A murmur if admiration lan through
tho astonished cirtle, mid the work cf
munition toon began. Gold was tho (list
thing asked for, for nvurico is eer tho
most greedy of all passions, and then 10
vengo upon au enemy, for human nature,
will often kaerifico pcrxouul gain to
vengeance, and then iwwer, nuthority,
rulo over tin u fellow turn, tho darling
occupation nnd pri ilego of pi or, wtak,
self misjudging mortals. In short, there
was uo boon within tho reach of reason
which had not been askid and promised,
when tho ryo of Stibor fell upon his
jct-Ur, who was standing apart playing
with tho tassels of his vest and appar
ently quito uuinterexlcd in a subject
which had nindo nil around him eager
"And thou, knave, " said tho noble,
"hnst thou nothing to nsk? Thou must
botir thyself, or thy master will havo
littlo loft to givo, if tho gaino go on
' Tear not, fear not, " replied tlio fool.
"Tho claimants have been courteous, for
they ha e not toui-ht d upon that portion
of thy possesions which I covet. They
havo dumtindcd gold, blood, domain, tho
power to enjoy t lu lurches, and to ren
der others wr tchrd they nip welcome
to nil they want, I only ask for stones. "
A loud laugh ran through tho circle.
"Stones, Cct'.ol" echoed the astonished
Stibor. "Thou shnlt havo them to thy
licart's coutent, vhero and in what
shapo thou wilt."
"I tako thro at thy word, Count Sti
bor. I wll vxa them yonder on the
crest of tho bold rock that stands out
liko a braggait i u.ng tho foot of man,
and in tho Mmpe of si good o itlo jn
which I may hold my own, should need
be," vtin tho unlooked for reply. "
"Thou h.ist loht thy chance, Cetzko,"
cried a voice amid tho universal merri
ment that ensued "Not even btibor can
accomplish tlty desiu. "
"Who daies to t-ay that Stibor cannot
grant it, if .such bo his will?" demanded
tho elm f tain m a voico of thunder as ho
roro proudly from tho earth where ho
had been scutdl ou a couch of fekins.
"The castlo rf Bets-ko shalljio bniltl"
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Paso Roijlcs,Cal., May 1, 1093.
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