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AT ST. KEVEME.
Kovcrno, In (iormsall, hud u now roo
ter, n young oiid talented man, remark
nblo at Ms carl) ngo for learning and piety.
J,o thin deslri blolUlng tlio young rector
brought his on y sister, orplinnod almost
from Iter birth. Ada Thornton hud no
rclatlvo living mvo this darling brother,
who, In her o.ilnlon, wns tho bout, the
wlecxt of inon. Nor wiih sbo wrong.
Yet thcro camo n tlmo when Ada's mi-
preinacy In her urothcr' nfTcUlons M-ciurd
to bo thrciiteno 1. In xiln had rlcli nml
titled lml I oh M opcd to solhlt thu hand
somo rector's at a iiMoiih, but In ono of Ills
parochial IhUh nnong thu poorer class of
his hourors ho loot with a la ly whom ho
thought superkr to any ho had known.
Marlon Liven oiu runted two or thrco
modem rooms fin hirnclf and u little half
slhter a child born when Marlon was al
ready a woman (.rown and who, llko her
self, novor knew a mother's loo. Llko
Gerald, sho had i.evotcd hursolf to tho or
It was on a Saturday evening that bo
bad ventured, after hearing an animated
euloglutu upon her by Ada, to disclose to
tho latter Ills jTofcronco, and her roply
convinced Jilin ihut lio liad chosen wisely,
so far ut least an concerned his sister. On
that day ho had solved all his doubts of
Marlon's loc wild had talked of thu mar
riage day, bcgglugbur to fix upon an early
period, and frankly and uiudldly, with-,
out any attempt nt blushing or hesitation,
alio sot an curly day in tho following
11)011 til. I
The Sabbath morning roRO bright and'
serono thoory sweetest repose of nature
in bor .Tunc inngi ifliuuee. Tl.o splro of
St. Korno looned up fair and straight
Into thu bluo u her, and tho merry bolls
rung out In thu "liar Mimmir air, (.ending
u thrill of plcasi 10 to every one who heard
tho Joyful sound. I
Soon thoioettry door opened and Gornld
and his bister walked arm In arm to the
church. Ah they entered tho llttlu chancel
Gerald remarket bow gloriously thu sun
shouo upon tho beautifully stained win
dows. "lJut for all that, your rovoremo will
find that thero will bu n Morm before
night," said an old man near him.
"Nay, Lnwtoji," ho answered pleiiFont
ly. "You shall not spoil this delightful
day by cnmklna of what It may end in."
Thu parishioners swarmed In, and the
church was soor tilled to merlhinlni;. It
chanced, of all Uus, that hu took for his
text that port lob of tho beautiful Twenty
third psalm, "Yea, though I walk through
tho valley of thu shadow of death, I will
four no uvll, for thou art with mo; thy rod
and thy staff they comfort mo."
What untold depths of toriricrni'A, of
filial loo, of sweet dependent o upon tho
Father vvcici In Gerald's words'
l'eoplo sat with clasped bands and lips
npart and eu-a that borowltii'H to their
sympathy In tl ' tears that ruined from
them. In tlioli diep emotion they nm1
not tliut tlm ehl reli liad grown dalk hlmn
tbeywalkid lu from thu brlghc sunlight.
Shadows deop mjc! hiuvy gatlieied niouiid
them, and tho faces of mlulstur and people
tyow dim to eajlj other, but tboy know not
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still selling at
tnut it was Might but tears that obscured
their vlsloi. ,
Another moment, und tlion n long, long
rattle of hi uvea's loudost artillery, crash
upon eras! , electrified tiiowliolo crowd.
There was idlonco no longer, fahrloks and
prayers un groans wore lutormlngled, und
many fell (.own In fits on tho lloor of their
pews, whlli' others wero struggling to got
Marlon Mvormoro and Ada Thornton
Joy upon tbo seat upparontly lifeless. A
strong, sulphurous smell wns pcrcuptlhlu
to thosuuso. and also that of burning linen.
And now, .'oni tho roof of ht. Kovrriio
rattled dow ' tho enormous stones i onipos
Ing It. I)c n they cumo into u cry pew
in the cliur i, some of them, us was after
ward neou Jilncd, weighing over 1U0
jiounds, tlu nolso of their falling drown
ing that of tbo hall that had boon crashing
against tho window panes. It was u mo
inont of torrlblo oxcltemont for all who
wero conscious. Goruld camu down from
tho desk to whero lay tho two unconscious
bolngs who.n most ho loved amid tbo
wreck of thu woodwork and tho heaps of
fallen stones. Every momont It scorned
certain that death wus near to all. Tho
bout, tho suffocating smell, tho great
stones falling not only Inside, but threat-:
onlng tholuiids of ull who wero blindly
trying to escupo from tho church, all inado .
it evident enough thut thu danger was ter
rible and Imminent
A great struggle was tearing tho heart
of tho rector. Which of thoeo helpline
women should be Uy to bcuraway lu safe
tyr It seemed hardly possible, vvhun ha
looked nt thu torn roof above, that ho could
bo iihio to return for thu ono ho must leave.
Uoth wero Insensible, perhaps dead.
The strugglo lasted but n moment. Thu
next liu wan boarlnc his slstor through tho
ranks of Hying people who wero endeavor
ing to escape.
Weolcs after this u palo Imago that was
onto Gerald Thornton lay upon a low
couch at tho rectory, tho mom shadow o(
what hu was. All that tlmo ho hud been
When bo niltod Ills bead, u dear friend
sat buHldo him, a young man who had
oueo ylcliUd to temptation, but whom
Gerald's ministry hud rescued from ruin.
Ho grasped tbo pale, thin hand of his min
ister with a fervor and gludms tli.it
found its way to Gerald's leait.
"Aru tluy all gone, IMwlnr" bo vhl
pcrud, nlmoitcalmly, for hu had been mu
lmiiiing with tho Consolu of .'Jplfin ilur
ing his moments of tearfulness.
"Not ull," answered his friend. "Are
you able to hour cheerful uowsf"
What a conilkt wus In bis heart! No
one huvo Ada hud known of Ids uttuih
inent to Mi.rlon Llvermoro. X'crbups Ada,
then, was living, und another loved 0113
liad boon token. Hut buforo ho could an
swer Ada glided Into bis outstrelehtd
urnis, and dose behind bor camu Mm Ion.
Over that mooting wo must draw a cll.
Such a pitting muet surely mako tho
meeting too sucrtd for wltiies. Thu
church of -tt. Kovcrno wus duly rep ilred,
und in a few weeks tho desk wus supplti d
by thu rector himself, while In the soi.t
boluvv snt U111 rector's sister and bin wife,
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