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SUBURBAN NEWS.
OREENPOINT.?A.toiit 2 o'clock on Bstarday af
?acrnixm ? Hie broke out In the Mraar? Pbinn?? <V llos.uer's ?!?i? ?art,
I Co.i ?r il . OlHB||akH, snd a low of ?2,J?K) rotuiUd. Itiaurisl for
Ol?.
PL1TSHINO.?A cm ml sntibraec win tak? place
from tl.? ?iraper?, Khukisf It?..Ige, to dir ?t 11 o'tlo, k. Tb? MmwI?(
aaiued boat? ?re er t?red for Ibe row Wi.oiaide. Ooodeiaou, ?li-topi. r?a,
tllckulte. aod |1?ka?BB ?I of Flushing?Imaide itveial boat? from
f/hiUatonc.
GREENPORT.?The Hon. P.ivid 0. Flovd, while
?in i ?l?ll to New-York, was robbed of a gold watch talneil at B*50
Skir. J y Day dropped deid. on Friday, in b.a ?tore Cam?, dlaeaaa of
lb? heart... Thr frofott Bulletin Dlainstel Mr. Merrr A Kee*e, ?ii
Itor of the WmUkmem, fur M?Bb?f ..f Congr??? from the I?'. DkSkTkt
BAO UAKBOR.?Mr. Tlvoa, H. El.lri.lc.'n st?.r.-.in
Still ?III???, ?I? 1'ioke-, ? pen ?u;l robbed ol g.<>,!? to lbs ?ahM ?1 a??M
Ibar. S H_A till MM "'er? ?u.l
lii.fgitr. sf ? I tb? Km ireiical ?burches of Sul?., k fjotistj ?III bl W I
Ir, UM lifts ? Aug. SB. Tie : ,,n I? the
? roiiiotiou of Cbrl.tiau uuion_Mr. J. W . ilcr.r II
lb? leg iu.t ?>.?>?? tie ki ??, ? fr? ?u,, ij ,,. ?ith ?a at, ?ud it ??? wlt0
Mack dil6rulty that b? wan lavrM !..
FRESH MEADOW, L I.-A valuable boras wa.->
ItoleD fioii. Mr I?, i -, >i.a,lit.
NOBTHPOHT, L I. A Methodist <???niip-iii.'.-titu?
isaaaa?iii itU < . ?,.- : ?fl I - " sa?s, ?Boat
lOtior m..rr i?, ?. bar? air?
???nil ?
thl? will 1.? bj i.r Iba Isrurst rsa ' 1?'?IlJ
a*f>Msii?| Kblira lUug? a?d (Irii
NEW ROCHELLE, N- V. -The 17th Ragirnent,
M. (i a ? :? . ' > at tlie
? ? . ,. ui-it. 2.M in?t, f..? the |
bou? '?? ?' with
?rdrr. ..In?.
WHITE PLAINS, N. V Mr. Q?ors?J Kid/, fi
??.'M
IMi v ;., hall, for liai
Milled an iimralsl bsmu ' ? ll..:i..i? .IJ?
employed by hi? fatinlv. Ml. 1 . ? . ?
teril, .
ainaiil baa ??>? I ??vil mitf.r dam ag< ?,.. .Tie ciril
?ngii.ecr? IBgag e?l la laying Ml the new aveline, bet? fn Mat'iaroneck
at,Htliij p??e, nave about com] lr|..t their lalena The ? oii.iiiia?n.tier?
Hill thtu i? re! |r.,! ? , . ? lor tbe
aork, ?rid roi.ti.irt t n laa MSM III ?. I.r an
iui ir.rti. n. I .? threaten I.. abtsls ?r?!n?t
ll.e prosecution of the _ ? irk if the I
tttempi to ?-airy out i - erstou
?Mil ?Il Of
?be. \\ ? irai ?ni Horticultural Boebrty ?a en?
ta rg? I '
laid nut_Daniel Hall waa trh > n'at on
?ft),.- ... - f .und li'i !..
I?.I
pil-d b. !,'.?
PORT-CHESTER Incoi seqn? nee nl the (liffienlty
Sud si
I:on \\ ..it?
I ' lsillo| al.oiit tliree Bi
I? ? | lb< I? tbl? I ill If?, ? rib a
? w to erectii,? eil
it?'. |
THE HARBOR.?The steamboat Port Royal earn?
?iptotl e fn. ?-.. M t-< o I -u's ,-i-i.? ? ..-, bai
li r i.e. a ? s .m I Is
-".mi a!ter the <l?psrtUM "! '
lr?m Bask?? ?. lad ? ktl? a ??? ?t m? hi bt, ami bad sot
t) ,? I....-. | . I eluted
?II!?.
?oi. ? .. , Idrea . , s hieb ?a.? tl.itatrued, luin-t i.a\e
w, i Ml ?1.
UNION HILL, N..!.- Y< sterday morning tl.<- bodj
?f Joim Brautu, a ' ? Bg in ? I..I in tl ?
I,a' I ?
I., i .- , ' ? i soiiie u 11 i in}. -. '
b. .
'??r tb- pur: <?-?
?t., is .il.oiit SO
fill, ol . .- s: . I , . : .. U:im',?.
.irii-Ki CITY.?Tl ! t Jersey City V
trie * ? i m
hksM
l,s I, ?1| |l|. .
The ?
Baal ?
Mr. J leeut.?,i, Krtilsj
ii.,:. i .? Il? ?irk ??.<?
|.ui . ? ' '. both juinpesj
l . , rdiatcl?
tf.. r ?
If I
f?|M
pr,?.iBir? ?ire lo-i-ig coni.'e.l I? tbe police ItStuiB, whll s II
? ?
luttei Quipe with a I >
U.l ?
f > director!
I "
; ? ? ? ? l , ; onnil for the unlock
?a-, ? .1 Hank
? 'Il he Uiiik in
?lo.
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HUD80N ? 1TY.?J.ilni l>?i':i!i waa waylaml Bntl
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mai r ,.f then ?
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-,. and at an estiinatid
ci t "1 + i? . I - ? . ? . :..'-?; a ?,! I.iiildlr g ?re t,- ..
(
I? l" ?
m blue g.anil? .'? M; S ' '. ?
1
lullt? Basrtlr altor t y. n. a proeeaaion ol ?
is ?as four
? i by ?
-
tl
?? .leu ? . followed ?he ??rione ?
-
It the alte ib? K'?. lir H?
I-111...I. fr,
au.l laid tie -
Jvullig t?? .,
NEWARK.?The NewarV Bakers' Otfard tarried
.
and . -
(apt. Kre?!
?? all Ike I
rod. (..r ?M ?I ' ?-???gad
I I -' | ?? a few dart ?g?. and i
? . '.
Jo i ?eteriu of the 1st?
d'l ' >
ran IW?t'
log waa killest, rent. .
tl.e aril":. ?I '?? ? ? IB ?OB '
?f (heue rn'iid eurs.A bal raSkSlM at B? -'4 "'
aaa aer.our!? b MS ?aiMtn
Jtridlic. at Bl? lllS?Sltlk II? ?aa co..Vcieii on 'i
to thi? el??, and Mbw^Beatl? ren.o??J t..
a strsaf?! "
? e ., c. M l.
la w?ut ?ud i'Sere.1 hi? ??tch ? l.ich 1.? ..
fo: ?|?!.:? .
lit the
la"?T-s lUkSI "' '
k<. p tl.? ?!'| '?
Ml b. a . .
List aria ij an Ir..hm?B ?
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3m j ?
?ki?g a ????>? ? ?niii.nl
laa.-ere.l M tlie i
lowing fre.iv t.
?an, hut be da. |
s cut obtttm algbl di?w L??r biin. H? ?? nt a
r!?MKl for the prirat ?i?J in tl.e Ma? lue.'.ih mm
Uued bis p '
nee. IsformstloB of ? i .
er. w. r. . ? ,?,?. Jt ?, ?
i 'ho?e iiame !i i ! rn.: at ; >e.l, baa for ? lena
|rl
li m? . as, sai?m*l ta Braack Briol. Mar tl.e cana
i . -? , .
lb? paat we? i .: ..ai:.?- ? ? Clerk aa bl? .
r ? l,ea'._Join
I ?uuitni'k
? Hartman. S
waa am., - ? fata.lv affxt.d bv tin- hi ??
be?iv ran. of ia?t ?veniug caused ? . ?
Ibe S- ?
t ?
{tmta* ?m <
.
PATJ RSON On Snn-l.-.y i.lcl.f n si I ?hi Are ?.. -
!t appear? tlut ti.e ?
. ., ?ulLoiilv. auil pr..| ?
i
Im irrbe? was ^iven an .
Soon sfteraard...
ei"
of ?
la? last_
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ttofSkBBB??, saS H a | ill Mrirsl ist?
fi,.n. '?'tie itla. :?i prr.i..l i? ?tror,^
?rlv a?rke.l.?n.l h..-:*
t'li??aiUeif!? a wonii'.r to inaL? !..
Tb? ?ilk null? ?rr
la teak .s..ii,e at I ?
lar,
? ,
Airti ?Ilk i
'I le ri" ? irki ii ?
t!iaii,l,.e l,,-? mi I wro'.| d ? :?-. ?
are lu.? bal ,,tuu buaiucaa
1? down
ORANGE, N. J.?0?5OT?*A. M. twin ehoked lnni
s?lf with a ?pi.i.i^li?? SstiirdsT, -
?...ii altorward....As ?ctu?l cine of dratl, 'rom starv: ?i..r, lias just
> II? food
.? a ? ..i ? in. e ii"M.:,' i,,,, sd fanal? re?,? ? . ?. alient I?
wit?o,it ? i..?.?.?. !" e?t t..r tip
fiscd U> her t.e.i. At length, tl ? ?
? bo'.i lo her frieudi, ??kn.? ? ,,
?ered br her nuf?e!ing bn?b, \\ . ,
her, i;,c ??, hei ,i ,? kelp, asd died tbe latter part of i??t?eek. .
her death, Sbt g?ve MrlB to k .'Ml. Tbl I
Bork, I . It ?11 I me? fiml
?nlei.t? ot eiuplorineut. I.e. ?Bl?. ?? lie ??>? , ? ?
Tl.? tnei.ds uf the ui.!ortiMi?t??oir.?u ?re iciv r?M
l.o.paib? for h?r. ai,,| no' -. ?
ELIZABETH, N. .1 -Mi. M A. Possoo o? the Inn
fir.ate? Boa? of BrookljB nil deli?? r n '.. :
A ?e? dlviaios of ".? Sim of Temper.n. i ?
I. ui.lrr lie au.p..eiot tl:. SUr o! !?
UNIONTOWN, X. J.-Gao. B. WUliamsosj, ? boy la
I '- . -,'.?.opptlotf vtb.ls buruiiaiof
the knive? of a it.??
ASHBURN.- The Presjbytery <rl Newton mMbsn
? i. I-, ? ? ? - ? liauk K. Mi.ler p..t,,:
lenai. ? burrh.
HACKEN8ACK, X. J.?This town i-, now gas
lighted, hut It want! a talegraph ?:. 1 a hank.
II0RRI8T0WN. -O. 1>. Drake's shos ?tors wai
tohbtd ,ait Fiiilav uig,.t uf a"0!? to tie ?u.
(?DBBuuceaeau. ]
To LSI a Colo have its own tv.iv ?s toausja,
lo laving tbl founV , ..at atuhbora
. ..or Cokl .-"u BSI? 'jL.j to uir at cr.ee L>r. Jai M ? Kxi-?? ihkam.
Bold t?eij?beit.
If?SKCTO Neti -iiiil Dstisnl Portabls Cunmncs,
at|KKi li a ? "BfaUS BTBBB, >'.. ?47 li/.-il'.a;.
r?nc thousand ?inflows sad <l<?*?r? open Bufli
S..??t fail t, ?i t:?
m Ai.as? 'iai ImkaHU gir?? Inalr,
l'a.Ljiuiet ?? ). ii ". w ? ? B? NlBrsaSaa'.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
SIW ORLKABS iulr IS?In itiaailiip ??en Mai
>. -A?ul?, 11:.. li M.Miaiti'. Ml alii.Mi? I .*. II, '
.
U.a. tultra.'B .Mi an I >lr? A Vu neat ami t!,r?e cbiblrau. ?'.
?? Ktl.vg| ?,lr ti.il tli.id J < barlloL II Neltvli, Jacob fiuik, (.baile*
Ocia, Il S. SabMeSt Wi?. in.. K I I.Mi.l.t
LATEST SHIP NEWS,
ARIUVK?.
Stssmahip fie?. Sleade, RaBi|'".n }?e*<>rle?si Joly 11, m<lM. ?ad
pan.
SteaiB?l.lp Acnthnet K?llv. Naw B?-dfnrd, md?e. ?nd t.aia.
Kleetra Motl l'r..?i'lene?, indue and paaa.
Mij. l.,r,i? M. > S? polt K, 41 ?lav?, railroad Iron.
Nhip Ko?r?r? 0 W'lBtbrop, Stewart I.ivirrox.1 41 .|aj?, ml??.
Bark Jas. K Ward. Laaderkln, C?rdena? 14 dar?, lugar aad ocla????
Sailed in compan? with ?ebr. Add!? M. Comrr. for Philadelphia.
Hark Wilb?lin Weber. Rottrrdam SKI day?. in?lM.
Brig Rachel Coney. Coney, I'emambeco !*) dar?, ?nrar. Jnm *>, lat
15 58, Ion. M.W, MW bark Annie Kraue? (of Saudi Cov?, 5. tS.'.iUrrlcg
S. 8 ST.
Brig Ellen M?rl?, Moils, Arroyo. P. R., 16 d?r?. ?ng?r SB?! aolssMS.
T.t It in l ?'I. iclir AdiMra. for N?i? York, ?o ?til Julv 4.
Brig? ' brl*tJ? Oor??, W ? A., M Sara BSSSbAS,
Sehr C. 1? N. Boeera. Mott. ?-?t l?l?nd <l daia. fruit and 4 pa??. Tb?
?cbr. cibam.ou ?:tiie.: for New York 2 d?ye prt-vio'i?
KiHe.SIK??Kltrs ABB < oaaTWIia.
Bsrlll luuv, Keren Hapi>'?-i, Boatos.
MBi Tiustim Pickei.?, Bea Have?.
I>?ilv. llor?lout. \\ c I'en.liet.u, WaBMI
.Lui? IM;..?, l.li?*lss|hpnrt (.en ?irant. Ne* B' Hero.
liotinii?, K.iral-tbport. J I'. Haiard. Es??s?i
I?.Harina Khial?-ib;...rt. Win <"liaii,t-?il.. a B?St<M
??la l'"k. Ilitabethport. Rat? Scran!.o B? '
?.eo Brook?, Klll?l..'tb|'..r? BU IMiete?. New II.
Mil ? S/i V Seabirgkk M*r
J. It. Mm.lull Albany. ? s Dill So ran, Me.
He . Vi.ai ?. ?ilobe. Franklin. M?.
Aiioie Alriainliia. Sarah Calai?.
W II Mltcbell. Shi,!??. ?. 8.
Bl? Haven. John II ? k? .
Bigial.Cii i Fia.li. NaakMkH
I Hay. H??I..im1 ?, Pr?B?l>n, Me.
' is Biy, S.-rali l.a.e'gne. .Norwich.
I.aura White. Cow liar. OnMMb M.eln??
S I'. 1I..M? I'roil ..no ?. Jl.aejli'ne h .
? i I vintou. A II F?lw?r I?, l'?wtnc??t.
.port HiiMn CaSl. r. I bou...(,,i,
u. a i??
DOMESTIC TOUT?.
"oaTBBM Mon-h.'E, Jill. IS -I'aiaed np for BsUiiuor?. ?tesinrnip
H M? in 11? i ana, ttfrryitt i.ark, iikiue not gum , lu .
' ? ? - Auront, MstaaSM; OttSas, Ilenierar? . ?? I '
Cardeua? ?rlMto?. I'iim?! "??I. ?hip? ?'r??t
of th? W?w, Nottenlim ? Not , .se?,lia; I.ark Celia, Barba
W. ? ba.e. l'ortlt-iil.
l'Haut Ksi,.s. Jal- li? Armed. ateain.Mp Ssrsgoaa?, froin New
York. Sa.leil. ??lir. S. J. Warlaf, !..i l'r m i :?
H.MWks? 1I..I.K, Julv IB? Armed, adir?. /.. Snow. Thon..! k-. l'"i!
laml for Ne. Toik. Ida A. Barfasa, Hacgor for N. ? Haien, Lion (Hr |
. , . v . .
B..-1..N, Jal? IH-Armed, hsika Black 8??n, from l.oadoni Ce;.tas
Hi ken.
Sis i'KiMin o. ,1'ilr IB ?Arrived, ?tean ?hti- Ooldin Cilv
York ; ?hipa Sacramento. Sew-York ; A. T. iuiii'.ull, BfWtMltll, N h VV
STARR& MARCUS,
NO. fjfj ,ttitles v.. I ii Maura,
CONTINUE TO KAKE A SPECIALTY
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rpiIE GIK1. WHO LIVED NEXT DOOB.
TIT KTHKl. I.YNN.
f)?i, hniipy ilrcatn ! oh, holiday,
Hrigrit day of all tlie past,
Brimming wttli temlei Summer liglit,
T?.?i full of rtiin to laut.
One childish figure nii?l the haze
Still beckons evermore,
Still I, a loyal slave, oliey
The girl who live? neon do?>r.
Sweet eglantine lias bloomed since then,
Bed maples lille?! ami flus? ?1,
The nightingales since H ea have sung
When marner soiimiI- 9 ere 1iiimIi?-?1 ;
But rinhlv llu-h w \ ,iss?.in hreath,
N?ir lilnl-woii, . more,
Will BsttHB, lus wl I I sat lucido
Tlio girl who In? ?l next iluui.
Fur her I ran the stud? tit BRRS,
For her I won tlio prias,
Por luve of lier 6RHM homo a^'aiii
To rr;ul h?-r lovely ej.?;
Ami wlirii tin- stars esvssc brooping out,
.Mrtln.iiiylit my ?arcs wan rST,
And I BOM ?inly iisk t<> R m
The girl who lived next <lo?>r.
Th?* Rummer eve fNl stningrly thirU*
'I'lir stats ?bonedim to mo,
And roses withered as 1 aaw
l.rnrath the inapta kos,
Ifv ni") circled 1'V nn arm
Wbieti band sod chevron boras
A soldier1? bride ; il know it all:)
The girl who lived BOXl d?.?.i.
When wnmVring f;ir. SOHSS impulse Si
Draw bom? try vain ant f. it,
On?-? more beneath the eglantine,
Some i/unlaiKi' luil us meet
Under tin- window? .white sad still,
I saw m y love nine more,
When huriiil bloesoraa, sweet ami v. hite.
liiHtiirod ii*-1 bososa bota.
,Sli?' WSJ not mine tu win and tage,
Mut ever mine t<> keep,
Mine t?? remember lovingly
On twilight's dreamy sleeps
The giadmesa o? a day gons by,
1-. miiii' for I'ViTTiiiiii',
And life in sweettai bat lug loved
I In- gui who died next ?loor.
AQKES PEROY;
Uli,
THE IilV.Ua BSIIUI OF ABBOTSWOLD,
CHAPrBB 1.
ran iii;iu ov Aiiin.iswoi.i?.
On a pteanani ?iffiTii.mii la saiiy tintaran, In the
raai VttO, s sssall party ol ladies sad p-nth-iimnst?!???.
anon ?Bna of tho toiraoes in front o? an old Englisl
(asile, calleil AbboMWOld.
1 'Init Middle Sored man. ?if bold fr-'tit and SJOOdl)
pri-sriii.'. dressed in black volv? t, with i.n.-lii,
gold opon his shoes, ami b sparkling diamond ol
wondrona siso and hoanty ifl in-* fulled shirt iront,
i-? John ?Percy, the prest nt fcfarqnis of abbotswold.
Tho youth by tho lord's sido, with s book in nil
haml. is Bastaos P? try. ? son of the Marejuis, bol ro?
his luir, No,?Eoataoe i-? only eighteen, and hi
brother Albert la twenty. Albert, bold, dashing, sud
handsome, just houu- from < rx?ocd lor s bunting \ s
ration, is to BUI Mod to the I" n l-hip ?>! this great
late, for in England the oldest son is sole h Ii t" th
real propertj sndl istac* la hesitating betwe?an thi
Chnreh and tin Army, The Matin;- says aotblni to
Intlintirr the boyeitbei waj : tli" ktanhioness plead?
tor tho chnreh, while the i">\ bimseli prefers the
army. And, wonderfol and paradoxtoal aj it rm
. .? i ?rlaiti Inaiitiful ina,.|. ii. named babel 8l
John, who even i ??> ?? str.il-.vii and palpitating gl?
?it the pal?- student, whisper? to hin thai be shall b
asoldiei -h> kf.ows lin n- Will ho ?laiu'ri : bul
thinks she ?"u id love a beroi and she knows 1
? wonld !>?' u h? i" it I Idler ; tor si..
knowa that ho in noble and tun. snd thai ? brs
ith m ??? r lr ? d.
Eustai ? I I ilid Wl 11 folined. 1!
was strikingly bands. 111 ?? broa broad and inch
? v. i Urge and brilliant, and
hi m- ; tin outline of bis profils o? the floeet Ore?
wfa Is in- h.? i. "i .t goldeo brown, napped
?bort ov? t the r bit?, inlM
Bway <.v? i bis sb?ouldera and bat l. m a ssass o? aata
ial Boris
At a abort ' "d th?
man hion? - engaged in convei *al ion with a bevj ol
girla who were her gnesU foi the time. Bite wi
hsiulsoiao woman, snd a fit companion for the lord
ill \l,l,nt.-\V?.l?l.
?aid the d arqnls, ri .. irding bla ion
', ?i look ?if truiirt regard -a look ?nek m be nerei
?jaro to taba older son. "if yon feel as you look, yoa
Mus? i?? l tatin r sad. Whal Is the matter 1 lam
afraid I shall bava to ahnt \"> r books away iront
von for aw liil?'. ThodoOtOI BByi lulu triii|.riaiin nt
i- a j.'i uii.uiy sensitive one; and 1 believe h- la
right *
? ' mnrmnred the lad, half to himself, M and 1
sm as sensitive t?. tbinp \.t to some as I um to
things already in the pn sent, Rfj Isvtber, thi re i- i
boavy load npon mj heart this day."
" There, > oj bo nore of that! 1 novel km
to fall into one oi tbese fits bat something ill oaim
to pass directly thereafter, Tho last tinte yon ??
,-' 11 ml? i a beaxt-load, mir little Bertha wasti
from ns?the third and last oi mj daugfatoi
?.?ni snd Albert ?tl?>n<- foi as to h>\e. 0, bo d
of it, Eostaeel Cheer np, and look oil t<> wberotbc
inu shines. Beehow it makes the that, h apon 4
'i i ,'t look likr burnished go! ' '"
I in Basrrj list I ip"ii the Bsbei man' ?
bespoke, and directly a heavy sbadoa reetedo
i.ls ir.: u f ?
" Bj t !??? '?'? sy," be said, ? ? ? ? taw tone, and
nohlng le ?? '? thai ouly his son could beat his word
"have yon noticod whether ?ber! visits Calliug-1
ton's cottage "f late sa be need t?> ?I" I"
I ; ii'i shook his I ' ad vi it in mt answering.
i , now what yon mean,waeid Bli John eadlj
" Albert goes 11. ? i ? - too often, and 1 tremble fa the
-i quem .-s. AgathaCallingtoniavery beautiful,
and] wonder not thai the boy le smitten; but be
ImiiiIiI remember his station, and not bring a stain
upon his i, une din ? ti y mdrr the shadow ol hi- I
home. I will speak with him. I should bave done
?o in tore, 1 bave neglected my duty.'*
John Perey.-yon Havr neglected your duty;
: thai aegleet hath givra birth to s curse thai
?hall fall so beavilj npon your bouse la tli?- oovning
time that mir whom you bow tore and cherish shall,
?mil? r ita fiery touch, wish that be bad novel
born!
" 11 ni? ??'.. raj father." returned r^ustaeo, hopefully,
"Ido not ti.ink Albert would ?hi anything en
?h be not a Pi rcy t"
" Ah, niv boj tin n bars bei n some vsry bad Quail?
tJosinthe charaetors of Bien besringthat name.
But 1 w ill not I.,? ii.w
" II.. ! " a mi haw 1 Bi Jdhn, lumping np and ? lap
ping nor hands al that Rioasent, and thus lalsiiupt
bag tin- Riarunls In bis ipt i th, " bare boom Um bunt.
r? m?', Mi. Pi i? j," the eontiooad, atwaroaehing
Eustaei. " you mnst smile now, lot yon know ws .in?
to ha v. a grand time this eventog~Kuatacel What
Is ?t f Von an ill.'"
"No. m?, deal !.i?l\. Itisonlj a passing thought.
I will V.misii u Bpeodil].''
" What m? ans ?hat f "
"What f ??
" 11.?- h"i-i R ?nr vvalkuiL'. and thi i ?? ? BUM men out
from the wood bearing something like a litter."
An- whal is it T
And Htill the bOTBti waDx?walk .slowly that m. i,
wboheai somathing likeaUttei ?an keep up ?ith
tliriii. Slowly, slowly,- -hut m ai?r and RRRRSg still,
until those who boat Um Utter tors litter it is?
SOJAS HP to 1 hi- ti'ira? ?? uml s?l th? ir lundrii down.
Lntd Abbotavrold sees what ia on that bitter, and
with a mighty lytonti ]?? buries his fa?m in his hands,
and sinks ?low ii upon Ij?m knSBS b] its side.
The iiiarehinnes.i sers w hat is upon that littrr, and,
w iih a low, wailing cry, Mie hinkri faint in k upon n.
r.iistiire I'?rry gates upon tho thing which thorn
nun bars boras tron the wood, ami a ita. bis hatni?
elsaped and MseyMturned benvenu ani, h?- prays
im tlie et. nial rest ?"if hi* dead bnihoi !
Ay<?Eustaes Perey Is m> R*ors (or the ehnreh-?o
Ruirefbr the army, Jl?- ??- tin- bahr of Ahhotiswohl,
being th?.' only In Lug child ?if John I'licy.
The ?Sad story RM told in R v.-i > fel words. Al
berl Perey bad rrr] his Ufa as bnndtwds had tant their
livre ht?'iie. Kx?ittU in tlio chaac.--dt'tci'iuJut.'d to
I ? I ?? ?? . . n Bj im
le?*d th?s party,?bent npon beln? tbe first to strl
the game, ho urged Lis horse over a barrier too hi
fur the leaf, ami when Mi companions came up, tl
fourni norm- mid ri?k-r both ?lead!
? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Two sraaks 1im<1 pssssl ?iiice the events which 1
inatl? Eustace Percy the heir of Abbotswold.
It was early ovoiiing, and the servant who bioui
candles to lbs library for tbe marquis informed b
Ibat one of lili tenants was in the hall, and wish
very much to sec him.
"Who la the man F
''It is Owen Callington, tlit- fisherman, my lord.'
"Show bun up."
A ?lark shadow settled nnmi Sir Julin's face, ai
bis fingers worked nervously, OSAS with another.
My and by the man came-a, atout, good-looki
f.-llow, ?>f iiinbll?- age; bin fact! uiado ?lurk by oxp
nre t?. ?lud and weather, in his calling upon 1
water; but not dark enough SB bide the nativo go?
lies? of li.-.ll t thai gave chai ?letSS to hi? niatlliood.
The fisherman begged his lordship's pardon, for
bad BOSBS to talk ii[.oti B very unpleasant fiubjp?
lint ne? ? cNity compelled him, and ho was forced to
on.
Tlie maniuis folded hia hand.-., and bade bis vieil
proceed.
Ovwi CillmL'toti told the siorvof his poor, ?
giiide.l ?huight.-r-niid in the end threw hliiiM-li BP
the mere.v of bit. lord. .
"i ??ni knows," he said, wipifig a tear frontline;
" that I bear no ill-will to ynu nor to any of your ki
andas for him that's ?had an' gone, I can only
sorry that it fraSkVti my own sweet Agat
that had fallen asleep forever instead of hi
I don't cms.- bin, your lordship; though WD
I s?.-e my BOSS child layio' ?hero, with the en:
upon her that she can iicv.t shake off, I thi'
I ought to cane him. And then be ?lid o
Ihing thai ?TBS nn-am-r th m all the rast Bs ?beer
poof Agatha iiji t.v pl.t? iiditig that he would mar
li.-r. Whan she knew that her ein!?! would noon
born, sho threatened to ???IBM to yon, your lordshl
and thereniHiii Ma.sler Albert t?lls BSC that In
marry her: und lie go? s and hiros il gOOd for nothii
nturiil to net the pi i?sl, nil?l t h'-.V bad t he inairl.t
con-moiiy performed.''
"Where f" asked tin- niat'?|uis.
"Ill the cbnreli. AIIh-i! got t'n- kOJTSSbbTJ eli'.Ul.
and ?tarried them book when Im bad <ioi?<- srlth the
tad m> 'SOOT girl didn't know of the trick that hi
been pal upon her, until it WBS too Lit<- t?> help In
? .1 '
Th.- mitr?|iiis asked farther questions, and the li
erSBBB Mtiswind readily and frankly.
At length sir John aroaa, rad paoed ap Soddoi
tb? library a while j ami, whan bs resumed his sas
lie Was C ilin and DOlloeta ?I.
"Mi. I'alliliL-toii." be ?Skid, "I ha\?> BO ?loiil.f tfa
Albert was tl.e lath, r of your .liiiiglitei's < hilil.
Iiov, you h.'ii.l T"
"V< s, \?.iii loi?l-!ii;i. And if fOfl ?'oiild bntSB)
nui "
??Never mitul,"interposed the martinis, with an n
monitory ware <>f the h.??d. "I bellevo you ha?
told nu until. Bad BOW I ?ill make you mv proptx
lion : ?In your port, f<-i ronraa If ?m?! for \oiir ?lain.
ter, ron prontss that this thing shall be kept ??~ ojal
i? ?.il.li-, Mv wife ?|.n". nut su-.pi if mi? It a thin
m ml my son, Knatace, knows notbing of it; and it
my desire thai the" should remain ignorant <>n p
I ut [will hmd m.-i if to pay t?. yonrdaogbts
ahile this child lives sod she Ures? the sbsb of te
iiiiii?ir?-?l ami Rftjrpounds a fear, payable at d
i.aiiki i'h, in ipi.ut? i |j in -I.ill m.ut.s j ami should tl
child outlive it., mother, I will see thai saldamoBi
I to him ?lining Ins lif. lim-. Mv death wi
iioilni? r? m ?. Von will call the child?''
?? w. have named him Albert, your lordship?" ,TI
nan san :? Iron u on tbe face <>f the marquis, and h
? iplaiaed : " Poor gil 1 ' she loved tbe lad, Bir John
?lu- loved bin trulj and well nod fin- ?-..ni.iii'i ton
it bit of eomfort. Bbe uam.a] in m berBeli."
" lint ihc other naaaa, <hron t"
" It shall i.ir own name, roui lordship, II
shall be called Albert Callington."
" Bo be it then," pursued th.- marquia, " And boi
maikyoii: [ will pat it ?BOWS in my will that tin
mm thai] in paid to Albei t < 'allingtoo while be lirai
Will that be - itisfa? lorji f"
II waa tu, verj far, mors than the pour ssaa h>.
even darad to bopei end hat wmmb amaty fasting ismm
hiadaughter wotihl be riebt and before be weal 1.
gave a solemn pledge that, ??<? tar as his influenc?
"iilil go, i. knowledge ?.f what bad tbateveninj
transpired should never be gaiiied bv ans one out
- na u mm il) ; sud be would, if possible, huh
parentage.
Ami wbeu Oweu < illiugton i ?-.n ! t.-, I his humble
cot, he t..l<! to his srife and to his cbild wbot tb.
marquis bad asked him to promise ; and the] botl
igrec?! with him that they would keep their secrel
\? iilnti theii own Ixwoiiia; am! Agatha aaid thai sb<
?. a .?ii. I_v boped In i child might noves know ? bo it
i.itlui was.
Poor Agatha! Bbe had been tempted ones. Bbe
little tl.giit how Booii abe mighl be tempted again !
? ?n tli n Autumn nigbl l.onl r. i. \ km? lid :ii
liia iii'.l-ii!.', ami e? prayed t?. ?od thai tbe
rrime ol his rifad ion uiigbl uol be riait??! npon the
b? Bsls "1 tli?' lit Uig.
CHAPTER II.
,ts \i?\ i MT1 i.i ". niB BI0UWAY.
Sin?-?' the daj on which the lifeless form >>t Alberl
ras borne up from the wood to tbe terrace In
limit ?n tu?' ? rtl i-, t -.o ami ; .mi it ,\ ears have passed.
Almost Boys and glrle have grown to be
n.en ami women; youths ami maidens have become
middle-age d; and those who were Lu tin- primeo!
.utIre lit.- hu\e im n mu .
i.i.'ut ?h i i i' ? m p| , si ?bbol
Ciwtle, JtihuIVrcy and bis nrlfti hav? been deutj
these ten years; Knstae? I'. ? ? \ la the u..i .|iu> now,
and l-,i!" i Ki .i'.'iii, ili.it ?..., baa I" en i,
almost twenty \. ,n>
0 . child hns I mil Imrn to Knataco Por?v, and oui)
one. Bul tloi une cldld bas been enough I
iiiaiid all the love of tbe happy iiarents, \ girl, and
lliey call her AONM : and tue t. nan t-..i Abbotswold,
bihI i... iiiin 11?., n abo -??m' 11, n ? ?in m- to the castle,
.m? I i h?- people from far and near, who come there us
visitors, do nol ?peak false!) when they declare thai
Perc) i- i.. u? --i i" BBtiful nirl th
saw,
Km? > - ' il? atli a time nos t n j ??..
?Owen Callington had been regularly, on I he in i
riaya of January, April, July, and Oci. .?t each
iud drawn out, in tbe name ol Ali?>u Culling'
-nm "I -. v t \ t a o i.Is and leu sli
from il" banda ??! tbe liana? r m in un the oh 1 inartjuia
bail aeleeteri n- bis silminialrator, Ile h a? I done this
until within B rear ; bill bIniiiI ,i \ ??i n;?.. aa Bustaee
I.un,..i from lue baiikei (the banker told n ol hi
own accord, foi II waaaauhjecl whicb Kustaoe nevei
111. .m ? l n m I Owen had broiigbl tbe young man Alberl
w Uli him. ami 1i1ti1.1i111.il him: ami silice iIhii?Ii.
i?'"ii? \ I id been paid t?. Albeii Callingtou's own
Olli. 1.
Bii Kustacehad do doubt in his own miad con
ceruiugtl?emeaning >>t tbia li" bad never asked
an) qneatioua, and he had nevei beanl a word from
any one ou the subject, bul still be believed thai
tbwyoung?allingtou was his own brother's child:
mu? no believing, h?> nol only san tbe money paid
wuli a cheerful heart, bul be resolved, it the oppoi
I unity ever presented itself, to do sometb?i| more
im tue \ ? > 11111.
uil tbe last of October, In th?? y?ari7.vj, the
Marquis ol Abbotswold bad business with in-, bauker
In Norwich, and be wenl down to attend to it, He
i? m luit Norwich too late to ?I?. business with his
banker thai iIm\ ; so h?- sought on! a few of his
friends, with whom be passed a very pleasant even*
ing. <in the next day as .lui Ins business, and at
noon be was ready to set forth on Ins return, with
twent) thousand pounds in bis pock? I money which
bs Intended t<> send to London by his conudeutia)
ageut, who a ..^ going i hither by water,
His lordship bad not observed that men had fol-1
lowed close upon bis heels on bis way from Abbots- ;
wold; m.i baa ho observed thai these same men bad
wai? he?! him closelj m bile in Nora Ich ; and a hen In
sto.nl m th?- bankers office, and put Ins well filled
pocket hook Bwsj in In?, bosom, be paid no attention '
to ib?- man who came In to gel silvei t"i s H*s-pound '
nute; and hud lit. MOB that tins man went out and
joined other men, and thai the) ??il r?.?ie ansy to th??
northward together, be would probably hav?- paid bo
he. ?I; for bis thoughts bad never ?nice dwelt upon
the proposition that any man could plot against hi>
peace.
The marquis ha<l only about thirty miles to ride,
und, us the afternoon was pleasant, he suffered his
hoixi to jog ulong at pleasure until he reached Wal
siugbam, where be stopped at tbe Bed Lion, to let
hi-, horse breathe awl iir. The distance from this
place t.? Abbotrewold wns not mon' than twelve
miles, "ml pretty sooa be set forth again. He had
ridden tiwi miles oi so, aud was thiukiug that Im :
must him \ on it be would reach home before dark,
when be observed that, directly ahead was a cross
I ??i id. ami that two Bien <>n fool wen? conn n g Out illto
the Inifhwat. li?- might nut have paid an) attention
in this,had be not aoti?ced.s moment afterwarrt'.s,
that two more men wore coming out from the l.v-w ay
oa the opposit? sidA At first be took these men to
bo i.tKioes, ?(lid he was WoiuJelUiu whuio t'mv i?iuhl
? ~?.?! . ? MI ? ? ?
have, come from, when it ?truck blm that the fa
complexion was only the result of black crape w<
over the face.
Surely, that looked like mischief. Fora mom?
Percy ?dew in In? rein, thinking whether it w?
best to turn hack or keep on and face the dainecr; I
before he had decided the question, a fifth u
darted out from the bodge, and caiti?lit his hri<
with a grip no strong that the horse was almost
hark upou his haunches.
"How now, villainV cried the marqnie, clappi
his hand upou the hilt of his sword, and starting
from its sheath.
"Ah, have acare, your lordship!" returned the r
li;ui, at the saine timo presenting a pistol. "Don't
that. If you go to niakin' fight of it, we shall ha
to tight a? well as you , and you ought to know hi
mich a hit of play would he likely to end. ?uve
: vour money, und we wou't harm so much as ft hair
your head." We know you've got twenty thoiua
pounds in your pocket-book??towed right away
your hosoui there, and wo want it."
lly this time the other four had come np?two
tin in standing directly at his horse's head, while t
others came up by Ms side. They all had pistols
their boitas hut the weapons which they held rea
for immediate use were heavy cluhs.
Had the marquis drawn his pistols, ho might pos.
lily have shot down the two men ln-fore him ; hut
had not yet heen stricken, and there wasnomethi
in the deliberate, snooting of a fellow creature to
was not at nil to his liking. A moment later, howev?
ho was Horrv for this instinct of human nature, lor
sooner had he drawn Inn sword than ho receivec
blow upon liisriia'ht ann that caused his weapon
drop, and Immediately afterward? he whs drug?
from his saddle to the ground. He quickly regain
his feet, and faoed the rutilan?, who hud now gat
ei? .1 together before him.
" LooR ye, vour lordship," spoke a tall, power!
fellow, who held his cliih in ft menacing manner. "
\<>u mean 1.1 make untight for it f?be? anse, if y
?to. ega?l! you'll have enough of it; au' that rig
quickly, too."
Ihis was it time for his lordship to consider ; a
what conclusion be might have arrived at we .aim
mm : for baldly bad the burly raflkan asasad ?i>eaki
when a new?.er appeared upon the scene. T
noise and excitement ?it the ntrito bad prevented t
part v from hearing the tramp of the BO.US until l?o
luirse ?nul rider ?rere upon the spot, having coi
from fh?> aonthward.
" ?lall?.! What is this."
go demande?! the stranger; and, as he spoke,
slipped from his saddle, and approached the mi
ipus's side, lie saw at a glance that a gentlomi
was opposed oi five stout and disguised nifnaoa, ri
with iitiiik ?li><?inm?;iit ho readily comprehend
the whole matter.
"How. now, villiaua. why have you waylaid tl
gentleman in snob s manner f
"II you like to put, your head in the same tr;
with his lordship's, you're welcome, I'm sun-," I
iilii'?l the man woo bad last sddreeaed the marquis.
? //i? lerdshipf repeated the stranger.
" Eustace Perey, at vom sssvioe, Str.* said the ma
quia.
And, having lb US Spoken, he darted to where h
iword had fallen, and picked It up The niovontai
was so quick thai the rascals could not prevent I
and as the inarquis Quietly moved back to tl
?It-auger's side, sftcr be had regained his iwor
ihoy tjid not offei then to touch him. The} ?aw tin
the new-comer was Witboot aims of any Kind?m
li as h?- might bave ha?l a small pistol hidden away
ami thevevidently concluded not t?> foai him.
" Is this Lord Percy, Marquis ?.i Abbotawola f tl
trangei ?!? maodt ?l, a nh lively emotion.
'? 1 be same, gentle sir."
"Thru, egad, let's set these fellows asido, for
.?unid fain accompany you toAblmtawold."
rbe ruffians Beemedal our.? to eotnprebend tin
tin y bad found one who might provea tronlilosen
. natomt i it In- ?rere not anieklj dispoeed of, for th?
raised Ihi irclube in s belligerent mauner, ami the
tinon - mi t" him, nol In verj geotta tones :
" Look'e, mi One geuUeman, Jas? you mix up i
Ibis, and you"! in il 'at ron've come just in time i
our head broke. Take that, and try it!"
Ni',?? when tbi rascal told the gentleman to t.ik
thatandtryit.be meaatto have faceompaniod tl
invitation with s blow upon the bead from bis ?lui
, i m t. somehow, the a.'? ntleman was t?.?> quick for Inn
for tbe latter not only dodged the blow, but be mad
I a mov? nullt hki- lightening s compound movement
which consisted iu grasping tbe ruffian'? club wit
! Ins left hand, at the same time dealing him a blot
; with bis right, directly under the ear, which settle
liim a a though h?' liad I.?-- ii .-?in? krii by sn ax.
Kor a few seconds, tbe marquis was bold so spell
[hi tin- ?traugor'a movements that h?' cool
ord in drop m bis gtasj? while It
iMiked on m w?, n? 1er ; end m he looked, be eonld onl
ilniik oi the sioi y be liad s?? often trad in Holy Writ
ni unison laying about amqng tbe Pbiliatines witl
tbe jaw-bone. Twoof the ruffians had the ?trange
lent to ?Barth, when he who bad been inst atrickei
down with the fiat, crawled np and approached th
litan from behind. When Perej saw this be aprani
to the work, aud in a very few minutes four <>t th
robbers had i'itt?"i the ?lu.--t. and the iitth was Reeitt,
av av a- faal ss iii> leg? would oarrj him.
? m m it was ??> ??hut tiiat th.- fifth nifflan hai
? -i aped th?m, hoi h the snen, moved by the aa_M in
I stinct, stooped to ascertain the reeolt of then wofk
"I am Borry," said the marqnia?and his tone
vouched for his sincerity, "1 believe 1 have sen
, this poor fellow to In-, m.nl account."
" Ami line . ? oho whom I bay sent f.i Im-iit ft?ti
company," added tbe atrancer. "Rttsrey! no mm
can 1 ;?*. ?? ? ?ih such a smash of the akull sa that, Jiut
tbeeeother two are alive. Will yourlonLahip stop
to render them a.--.-in: -
" I lole is li?. lie? ?I," replied Pelt V. " Let's have ,'l
look at their fscea, and then we'll move o . Tin-re
ia a small hamlet nol far distant, whore 1 am well
known,and 1 vvili tend people from that placeta
look nftel these fellows, and nuraetbem it there be
The msrquis stripped the crape from the t
the fallen men. and one of them be recoguised ss s
face that he bad seen among liahermen st Abbota
wold, hut be was anre'twas m> tenant of bis. The
otliei three were - r ? ;111 i; ?? i -.
And now Sir KuHtaeo had opportunity to turn and
taki a (air look si *i.i- d< liverei : ami tbe result of
tbe look was pleasing. He beheld a young man. not
over tive-and-tweuty, elad in s bau militai
with a form of n itchless symmetry and gnt
compact and muscular?the thin Hanks, the . -.
outline ol the swelling thighs and calves, Midthe
chest and ?lionIdem u'i\niiar token of rlt.it
? "-in.??? r which bad been ju*t displayed. Hi?
ething more than baudsoiue. Thefea
tures were not onlj ?.?-; in a mold of perfect maul.*
lieanly, but tin ie was a light <?t fiutli and honor, and
a beaming from the cleiu nine eyea ?d genen
tiuieiit .. ,, lineen art? tion wnich was not t?. be
ii i.-, ni.- who posBeeeed even an ordin?r]
capacity forread? ? liuman chsractei from outward
11 is face was clean-shaved, and the dark bue
? ? Kkin told very plainly that ho had been much
l il to st.il ni aid sunshine.
i , marquai concluded the survey, and then
o il forth his hand with a generous smile.
" You eiiioy sn ail vantage over me, good sir. 1
canuot call the uauie of the man who baa saved me
from the bauds of a nark of desperado? who might
bave taken my life it I had not received assistance/1
?v ? ought to be K.I friends, my lord," retnrur-d
the atrnuger, as he took Percys hand and shook it
\\ mi 11,1 \-. ?? I think .i i ? i lam iaii 'loiiMii oi mine baa
a horn? l.i'in at li > our roof.
"How!" cried I'ercy, in glad tones, ?? u tlii.s
Rupert St. John ' ?
"I an. ( apt.un mi Bnperi St. John, at your ?
my lord. '
" Aye," continued the marquis, In the sama glad
itl .m. " I- a I a-1 told me thai y?ni wen- a ?apt a. in ; l, ut
1 ?Inl in.t know that you had been kuightod."
' . i - "' ?aid m. John, with a smile. " In considera?
tion of tbe amount of blood I tost m India, and in
further consideration of my misfortune in I?. m< the
-ni ol a younger branch of our family, bis most
; nu iotia niajcsl ? has been pleased t?> tap me upou the
shoulder with the point of ln> ?>w n ?word, mnl to de?
clare me a knight oi tbe realm."
" i pon my soul, I nui glaoY'exclaimed tbe marquis,
rraspinu the young man s hand once more. " buch .a
royal cross as that, hi worth a thousand thai come
i?il\ dropping ?low n from the prolific branch? i of pa?
rent tree? aye, more honorable than a peerage thai
only falls upon a man from the shoulders oi a dead
it or."
The marquis "poke warmly snd ardently, and the
glow that ?am.- II]. the young knight's eh.-.-k, ami
the 11, h h m i-i ii ie that gathereu in bis eye, t?>l?i bon
grateful be was and bow deeply he sppicclatod the
generous sentiments of his new-found relative and
tin ml.
Rupert st. John was the son of s younger brother
ot [anbei Percy's father. Isabel's father batl inherited
the family eetatea an?! the baronetcy, while the
younger brother.ha*. m g gained a lieutenancy m a cav?
alry regiment, bad gone <>ut t?> ludia, a hero be mai
riiil the dsugbtei ?>f .?? wealthy merchant, end where
the romaiuder of hie days were si>ent. Ones, how?
ever, when ln.s son wan a more babe, be viaitod Eng?
land, and left his wit'?? and little one to remain with
his brothel nearly three years. This child wan Kn
peit, and during those two or throe years Isabel,
then a maiden of seventeen, had been his constant
attendant. Ami sin?-?? Rupert bad ?row a t.. bum's es?
tato, be had corresponded with Isabel frequently.
Hui nist i,i tti-i bad been to Inform ber of the tieatb of
bis father, aud her answer to that wan *?> km?i and
so loving that he wa-. emboldened to write again.
And now Rupert Bt. John had rovisitod England toi
tho iii.-?t time since be s ss live yean old.
It having been decided that they would not stop
to botbei w ith the ruffians, tbe marquis and ins com
panion aouaht their ?addles, and at the distance of
little more than two miles tb?'y reached the hamlet
oi which mention has been made, when Percy told
his story to the innkeeper, who promised to take
sufficient help and go out and bring In the living ami
the ?had. Tho ?I ml he would see decently buried:
and the living, ii ho caught them, he would k?.tp till
finther orders.
And I may as well t.-ll here as anywhere that those
two living rascals were never found sgaiuiuthat
region. Whether thev had their sonsos when tbe
marquis left them, ami only feigned insensibility for
thru own ends, 1 cannot say.
<>n rea? hing the esstle, the Biaiwufal introduced
Rupert as his deliverer, and when the ?ton of tbe
ruffians'attack, aud Rupert's gallant behavior, had
been told, he was admired a? a hero, as well ue wel
M mid us it dim iiiend aud cousin.
In all her life tlda was the first time tin
Perry had orer met a yornig man who was
hero. She hutl seen many men of his a??i
them handsome and intelligent?lint fcevef
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one who commanded her most profound i
the very outset.
Later in the evening Mr. Drake, the nyejtJL
announced, and the maroma said to liis wi"
daughter that they would have to entei tain
pert until he returned.
I never saw a rijrbt-h.?art?d. true woman wft?s
not fond of stories aud adventure, esjn? i.tll? ?A
told by the chief actor in the scent? di-si-iibttdtf
the marchioness and her daughter w?-i?> not<
tions to the rule. They asked km?.
battles in which he had taken part, ami >-, |i?*b ki
came satisfied that they really wiblu-d iu.u tOfaV
he went on with tb? story. ^tsj
Gradually Agnes Percy gave herself entirely -,..
the spirit of sympathy with the speak. fiu#%ll
alarmed when he was in danger : ah? w.i? c?wa.??i
expectant when ?lotibt and uncertain i. ,Te ujJJS
way; tears welled up into her eye* wh?f btut?
wounded and in pain : and when lie?:. ">rtaa3s
aud happy, a glad Hiebt irradiated her Ihm ifnj ?J
ami a murmured "Thank <jiod!" fell i.o.,ia??T?
when she knew it not. ' u?s
That niglit, when Agnes Percy was s'< -.?a ?jj bo,
chamber, she said to herself?said it \m??, -,*,vg.a!
tbuaiasm: " ?"
" 01 ? hope bo will stop with its a good ;.-igtbatB
In her happy innocence she thought of liants.)
tore. He was her mot bei 'a cousin ! i
At this same time Rupert Hi. John at?
Ho was her mother's cousin
_ hn at?' <i |
window of his chamber aud listen??! to ths bIw
drops that patted against the crystal lo/ ? ..,, ^*
'()! if I had heen born tin? son ?,i ?ii? aU_
brother!?I must not love her!?1 must not} f?'r
disappoiiitineiit can come of it !" ^T
Ave, Kupert?and such a disapDointtmiit 'sijt?
as you bave never yet even dreamed si !
CHAPTER III.
owes cau.in(;t?in'.s BsUsTaMOX,
Agnes was an early riser, and on the ni'Ttiija^
lowing the arrival ol ('apt. fit. John, she ''Vi??Hy
than usual. She came down the broad si lUmjWgW
a light utcp; but it was not quite so swift m had La
its wont, nor did tbe air awake with ati) warbfi?^
song Boon her lips. The old butler saw h. ..staff
tempted t?i stop and inquire if she was si? '.?; (s> ?
nes Percy coming down those stairs in the msrsf
sih-nt and thoughtful, was a thing he h i?i arts
Been before.
The storm of the previous night hail kesfj 4?
short ?me, the rain having fallen for onlytwf
thr?'e hours, and when tbe sun arose, the anijaujsl
t?> be seen were a few fleecy masses winca v?
swiftly rawing away to tbe we*>tw;ml.
stepped forth into the gar?len, inurmurinu a
prayer of thanksgiving, as the gratetul
losvaed with the aroma of a thousand sw?
shrub?, fanned her brow.
Thus far Agues IiimI k.-nt her thoughts
own bosom; hut she had not been loug
her thoughts found words :
''Howdifferent be is from the gentl ''l?fftlT
age who have been in the habit of vi-otingst jan
??a-tle; how ?iilteient his looks, how ?n.iiik? 9
bearing; hO"w different his speech, and how <tiffsfj?|
he is-111 even re.ipe?:t. SllH.-ly this i-o. NlMfilBM
ture made a gentleman !"
Tbe words were not particularly si:
they betrayed tbe coures of the maiden's reUT
She bowed her bead In thought, and thnssnesai
a dim shadow seemed t?. tin bsaksnj her
v\itii it came a sense of smeasins
mtie in tltt.-ii? a suspending her reflet tioi i
ing her to ralas bar baad?
A quiek erj of alarm broke from her ?M
held, standing diroctlj before lu-r, a an
first he was to her a stranger; hut when
that heeeetned inclined to offer no violen?
amtnod him more closely, and reeognised !
youth abe bad aeon several time* at the
ing, and ? bom she had met an? s ai i ?-? i?
it ink among tbe p<>?>rand seedy of bei ta
anta. She could not lie mistaken; and .-t,
she came t<> reflect, she reniembered sh.- ?.. i n<
him t"i severa] inonUkB,?aye, it bad .
ajrear. Bat where aejiong tne tenante b i-the
him f Ah ! she saw it bow. Bbe met In i \?mo
went to SOS <>1<1 dame Callington at the I
tbe fever.
But thees thoughts and n-lh-eti ma
flash?*? of light?they all paesod while a t
migbt have been framing wurde tot t .
she bad time for one thing more s Ifce as
observe that the intruder was not fai I
two-and-twentv ; that he was ?init?* v.t-1
though th.- st] 1<- of hi> garb \\.m. to the
girl, disguatinglv inkish; and that he ;
tace and form ?of much comeliness.
She tii'-il to think that thiamaa nadonl
a<-> nli-iitallv into bar presen?.-, and si..
started u> walk away, toying verjhsrd tb?
spfiear calm and confidanti Jim she was .
awaj s<> e.i.iily.
" Lady," said the interloper, advancing
on h? i ii;ticat. "1 < am?- hen- OB [JMSTpOSS Ul
} on.'
" Voit must have fancied that I w;:> an
dorar, mi," ehe said, with a slight tin;.'
her tone.
'? I knew that it was yonr habit to wi t
<lcn on pleasant mornings, my dear lad) . '.d
prepared to wait until you bad ui.-??i.- r? '?
an.-r ; hut I ? ill coiifctss that i had ? ?
loii^'-r than this."
I li. i?- was -oineiliing in tbe man's manasj
bad alarmed tlgnee more than his m ?re pi -eikfs)
?lone. Then WM a five and easydeirr?'?- ? i |
amountiiiH to inaolenoe; and then there i
i,i? in his < yea a bich was strange to ber.
waaouetbinf nnuc. As th.? yooth can
thus bringing biaf?eatures inn play, r-h?
something strenget] familiar in them.
was quick and clear, and h?-i i>? i< i ,
and though the circuinstanA area a curi
lugnt it ami retained it. The s<>
familiar ?u this man's features was tbeii
aemblance to the features of the Perdes, ,
th. m t?. in! ml from n mu? v a canvas in tli
of the castle. Butwbatof thief It*eonhl
a?? ?dental likeneas. it would be -?
amongst the millions oi men upon the .
w< re nut s fen who hon- some reeetnblaii
ceators. The young man observed thai ?
lu? appearance had arrested tlie lady'satt
a ?iui?-t ??iiit 1?- < n 11? tl around bis month .i
tbe play of her beautiful features: but
WM-, not a pi? ii-Mint one. There waa som? i
?t most decidedly evil: and Agnes dete?
qnick sbuddei passed through bel iran??
eager, hurried mawwr, sbt taH t
"Il FOU have iin\ t lilllC t<? SB" t" Bl
listen; but 1 beg that you will be briat ?
mini) here long?1
" What 1'v. got to say, UsM Agi" I, I
of haste, so vou will pleaae to give me 11
sunpoae you know who I am."
\\ hat Bid he mean by calling her " At,"
she. the grown up daughter ol s BBorquis. and
th?- child of a tenant !
" Whoever \ on are." iba Miiil, with ^i
"yon will bear yourself beewmlngly, .
have in.' li>t?-n to >ou."
"Don't get int?> a passion, my swe?
dont, I prey. Hetiuiet. ami kind, ami 1 ? ry atx<%
let you know why 1 came. 1 ??>ul?l l><- In u?ls witk|
\.?iT. If you will let me, I will be th? '? u ud ye'- ,
have on sar?L 1 swear it, i>y IheOod tiatuuw*'
me."
A gnee was so relieved by this -,
really happy for the t:me. She Ml I
done the youth injustice. Hi* Bpfiareiii
\\n>evidentlj only ignorance,or caiel?^?
tbe thought of befriending her k-^?- bim
degree ?>i asanrei.
" Indeed, yood sir," she said, " 1 had no : ..'la.bto?
anger/'
" Will, well, I hone you didn't. Pul 1 ! ..i't tbikf
yon know m?'."
" ?l,i\<- I not Man you at Mr. Call in .
" Very likely. I've been there."
?? V?ni are not bis sont"
" Whose son t"
" < Iweu CallingtonV
"nb.no; blcaa ioii.no. Owau Callmgi u?sobI*
my rraudfather."
"Ididnot knowtb.it Callington b?ad Ltugbte?
mai i i.-il."
"Didn'tyonf 0, yes. Hta daugbtei \ i.ha**t
oiarried before you were born andnefon i ?uolxiiai
too, for the matter of that." .
Again be <i><>k?- in that familiar, imnud iDanntr?.
and Agnes sought onoe inore t.. i>a? aim.
" 1 ?an listen t<> \?u no longer, that -..
"Just a mom? nt," he return??!, again * ? ;Dg Off
back,
" \\ bat have von to sav to me. silt"
"Fii>t. deal lady. I must t?-ll you tin; ? ? .irevsrf
beantifal; and Hold on! you'd bet- "e*r.
out. I was just going tOBai'that \ mir l. . y ung?
beamosl tremendous benent to yonr fal Wot
you lik. to know how ?'
" If 1 miiit listen, von ? an inform m?."
"Well," pursued Alberl Callington?t..i ?? rtsAt*
must havedisoovaredthat vtas Agatha * a ? ?ngtou'C
son?" I would have you to know that 1 h'diresf
fatber completely at my mercy. 1 can <???: nUit***
an instant it 1 pi?ease, <>, von need not \i at J"0!*
pretty Uns in thai fashion.'for 1 am telling ?')tt.,o0(2
the solemn truth. Tin- proud Marqaia ol Al'' .*:
wohl is as ??oinpletely in my power M ciu>li ,':hiiiBl*
the dual ssarai waa a peer ander the ^oe f m\n
king! And yet, mj ?bar, jour beauty BkSJ s?ve W**?
Can't yon sas now |" , ?*
I.??! at bel m. tanilliarlv, and with ^'w?"0!!
on, that Amies felt the hot M?hI nisbiBSm
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01 wvuli
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she had
iiili-lie-?a
s, while
u undue
He bo
admirati
a torrent to ber brain; and an s?m>u a* sha i
lo?sj
ne the ?rst shock of aiuarctuent, ?tie "? '<t? B*s
band t .?nul bun with queeulv pride, sayu ?g
Stan.i aside, 8u ! 1 i-au beai uo mow ?? "'J ,Ja
caugbl . i'W?
As she attempted u> p.i^s bim, b
aim.
'? Hold, lady. Von know not w hat Voll Ul
" Unhand i.ie, sir."
"Hut-think oi tour father."
"Uuhaudme, [sav. Help! He,
Th?- above Is all of tin.-, ven iutei
liiw
?bi.
1 lie itliove is all ?'I tills \crv lili??.mi?.. ',:.??>?
will bo published in our columns, lor I "$?,
lion of it from where it leaves oft ben- ?? il *^mm?\
York Ledger, u in?h Is for sale ?t all the l'"" J ?*??!
and newedepots throughout the country. uert\b\
ber and ask for the uiunberof ibe l-e?li;,-r ?laiefli*-T
?usi l. l'ln- len.iiiuilci oi the story will be \ii^i4***
oulv iu that pu per.

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