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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
inn MonifiN (mohuats iioirni)!,
OfRCUL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
"A .GOOD rELLOWI"
"'flint desire to pli'ttse every one will
H you iulo constaut trouble1 sniil Mr.
filmont to his wn I'sU-v. "Ho m
obliging and tinseltisli m you chooso,
' lnit do not yield to every request. You
are quito iw ready to alu u friend in do
in wrong as to help him to do right,
lbs inclinations govern yon."
"1 don't like to disoblige in v friends,"
said Iesley coloring. 'UVvo got
some of thoso disobliging follows ut
whool, sir. The other boys just hato
them, and give them all kinds of niek
sanies. 1 would give up my own wish
es any day for a friend.1'
"Wishes, yes! Hut what do you
say about principle? Is that to be giv
en up? Hather than say 'no,' Lesley, I
fear you would almost consent to aitt in
burglary or in counterfeiting to pleaso
"Oh, I hope not, sir!" said Lesley,
But I fear it; I fear it. If I could
only make you understand that a firm
'no,' in tho right place, would not only
insure you respect, but give you real
friends of a better order than your
resent associates, I should have some
opes of you. You remind me of the
fable of '1110 hare and many friends.'
Take care, Lesley, that whenyou need
help, they do not one and all desert
Lesley went out of tho room thinking
Hat his father's judgment was harsh.
"There's not a moro popular fellow
at school than I am," he thought as he
walked to school. "Tho boys come to
jne whenever they want help, and they
ay they'd do anything in tho world for
me. Father's angry because 1 went
with Charles Warner fishing yesterday,
and didn't know my' algebra lesson.
None of the other boys would go, and
he's such a good fellow I couldn't dis
appoint him. Where's Fred Moore go
ing, I wonder?"
"Halloo, Lesley! What are you
inarching along there as grave as a
judge for? You are not bound for
school now? Why it's an hour too
soon. Come go with me to Ed. Hamp
ton's and sec the new pony he bought
yesterday. Ho brag about tho ani
mal, and I'll bet it's some spavined old
beast the horse-trader has palmed off
on him. Ed. doesn't know anymore
about a horse than that old cow."
"I'd like to go, but father's been
finding fault with me this morning
about my lessons. Mr. Turner lias been
complaining, and it won't do for me to
miss my lessons to-day."
"Nonsense! We've an hour, and
perhaps more, before school opens. It
, isn't a quarter of a mile across lots to
Ed's. We can run there, take a look at
the pony, and be back before old Turn-
er has eaten his breakfast, Any of tho
fellows would have gone with me, but
I'd rather have you. You're tho best
fellow in school, and know as much
about horses as I do."
Fred. Moore looked very much liko a
jockey (a character ho much affected)
as he stood there, his short legs far
apart, his enp on one side of his head,
and his hands in his pockets.
Now IiOslev knew that Fred. Moore
was as idle a boy as there was in school,
and far beneath" him in scholarship, but
even from his lips it was agreeable to
know that lie was considered a pleas
ant companion, with a good deal of
horse knowledge. 80, after a little
hesitation, he set off with Moore to look
at Ed. Hampton's newly-bought pony.
Ed. was delighted to show his pur
chase. Moore, with head twisted on 0110
side, walked around tho horse whistling.
He did not say a word during his ex
cxamination of tho animal's different
Coints. This was what his favorite
orse-i'ockcy always did. Then he light
ed a cigar and smoked furiously for a
few seconds, still silent.
"What do you think of him, Moore?"
asked Ed., anxiously; for Fred. Moore's
knowledge of horses was proverbial
among the boys.
"Well, he's got three white feet,"
said the oracle.
"What have the feet to do with it?"
asked Ed. getting angry.
"What! did you never hear the old
saying: 'One white foot, buy him; two
. white feet, try him; three white feet
deny liim' ? That is, lot him alone, you
know, for he isn't worth buying."
"I don't believe a word of the non
sense 1" cried Ed., getting very much
excited at these disparaging remarks.
"He's sound, and spirited, too, but
there isn't a bit of harm in him if
He did not add, that not having been
careful a few hours before, he had been
tossed into a muddy ditch by the "spir
ited" horse, and Unit his bones still
ached from tho tumble.
"Suppose you take a canter on him,
Moore, ho continued. "He lopes
Dare say. When a chestnut ponv
does lope, he's A No, 1 at it, I can tell
you. I'm not fixed for riding to-day,
but here's Leslev. Rides evcrv bit as
well as I, and is of lighter weight be
sides." Fred. Moore, who did know a little
about horses, did not quito liko tho vi
cious, sidelong looks from the chest
nut's eyes. But he said nothing of this.
Lesley had tho strongest inclination to
refuse, for ho knew he was not a good
rider; but Moore was determined to seo
tho horse's gait, even though ho would
not venture himself.
"Jump on, Lesley, aud put him thro'
his paees!" he cried.
"I don't care to ride to-day," he said:
"let Ed. show him off."
But Ed, had no idea of doing that. -He
said, with truth, that ho felt quito
aick, and that the motion of the horso
would make him worse.
"Surely you're not going to be dis
obliging, Lesley?" Moore said. "I
never knew you to say 'no' to a friend
before, especially to such a slight re
quest as a euuter round tho yard on a
Lesley yielded. There was nothing
, like cowardice in his composition, but
. M . . .. . ! !
no wo iiuii uvv now uiivufliiiuus iu
V mounting the animaL
The chestnut stood still while ho
:, mounted, but watched him with a
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1890.
just beginning to enjoy tho motion,
when, inadvertently, Impressed his heel
on tho pony's limit, in a second tho an
imal stood bolt upright, and then
brought his fore-foot down with a vio
lent thud which jerked tho reins out of
Lesley's hands, and pitched him for
ward, so that he clutched tho horse's
neck to save himself from falling.
Then began such rearing and plung
ing, such mad jerks and wild leaps,
that Lesley, dizzy and weak, began to
feel that liis last "hour was at hand. His
grasp on tho animal's neck was grow
ing weaker, and he could not much
longer retain his place. Tho horso now
began a frantic gallop round tho yard,
and Ed., terrified at this unexpected
performance, threw up his arms to slop
At this tho horso swerved aside and
sprung at some high palings, caught
his hoofs in them, and crashed over on
the other side.
Fortunately for Lesley ho fell clear of
the animal, and though tho blow stun
ned him for a moment, ho quickly sat
up, feeling very faint and in much pain.
But even dizzy as he was, it seemed
strange to him that Ed. and Moore, af
ter a brief glance at him, devoted them
selves to getting up the pony, seeming
hardly to caro whether ho was hurt or
The pony was rtbhed and commiser
ated, and there was an animated dis
cussion as to who should bo employed
to attend him. The only words Ed. bo
stowed upon Lesley were,
"What on earth did you drop tho
reins and hold on to tho pony's neck
for? You've given him a scare he'll
never get over. You've como near kill
ing tho horse, and I'm not especially
obliged to you for it."
Lesley was indignant. He struggled
to his feet and cried out, as he limped
"It doesn't matter whether I've been
killed or not, I suppose. O no! I think
I know what your pretended friendship
is worth. I was a fool to como here!"
Ho realized this a thousand times
over before he reached the school
house. The scholars were in their
seats, and he was obliged to conceal all
expression of pain when every bono in
his body was aching. He felt bruised
from the crown of his head to tho soles
of his feet. With a pale face he went
haltingly through his lessons, knowing
it would never do to excuse himself
from recitation on the plea of sickness,
for then inquiries would be made as to
the cause of it.
Fred. Moore had sneaked demurely
in, and every time he glanced towards
Lesley's desk ho seemed struggling to
repress a burst of laughter. Lesley
knew well what ij. meant, and remem
bered how often.he had himself enjoyed
Moore's ludicrous pictures of the mis
fortunes of some of his companions. A
talent for ridicule was tho only one that
young gentleman possessed, and he did
not allow it to rust
When recess came, and the boys
trooped into tho play-ground, Lesley
remained at his desk. Tie said he had
a headache, which was certainly truo.
His head was very painful, but tho dull,
heavy weight at his heart was worse.
As ho sat there he heard tho boys
talking and laughing outside, and knew
what they were laughing at. In fact
part of 'Fred. Moore's conversation
reached him, for the window was open.
"It was rich, boys," said Fred's loud
voice. "You can coax him to anything.
No catching mo in' that -snap. The
minuto 1 saw that hog-eyed brute, I
said to myself, 'A softer head than
mine has got to back you, my fine fel
low.' But, bless you, the soft head
was just there! We put Les. on the
chestnut to show off his paces.
"Ha, ha! 1 recon he went more paces
in a few minutes than he ever dreamed
of! He just hung to tho pony's neck
liko a bag of wool. You should have
seen his face; it was as white as a sheet.
He just choked the horso ho held him
so tight, and there ho was humping up
and down. Well, tho ponv took tho
palings, and we snw Lesley's heels flv
into the air, and that was the last tiil
he landed head-foremost. It was bet
ter than any play'l ever saw. Ho knows
something about a horse now."
Laughter followed, and Lesley half
rose, with the intention of inliicting
summary chastisement upon the mock
ing speaker; but his aching head and
limbs forbade the attempt. In fact,
before school was out, ho was compelled
to ask permission to return home.
Of course he said nothing to his fath
er about the cause of his headache, but
quietly went to bed, ami bore tho pain
of his bruises as best he could. Ho was
rather italo the next day, and when his
father laughingly said,
"Well, Lesley, can you make the
rule of pleasing, work both ways sat
isfy your friends and fulfill your duties
Lesley answered rather savagely, "It
isn't worth while to please friends, sir.
I don't believe there is such a thing as a
"Certainly one, is never gained by a
sacrifice of right, my son. Distrust all
Now one would naturally suppose
that this lesson of the pony would not
bo forgotton by Lesley. 1 am sorry to
say that he thrashed Fred. Moore at tho
earliest opportunity, and then held
himself aloof from his companions. Ho
found no difficulty, either, in uttering
tho obnoxious word 'no' so long as his
relations with tho boys continued so
cool; but a natural defect, or weakness,
cannot bo overcomo by one lesson,
however severe, lie soon fell back in
the old way.
There was, to bo a balloon ascension
near tho town, and tho wholo country
was in a ferment. To add to the ex
citement, James C'urrau, one of Mr.
Turner's school-boys, was to accom
pany Prof. Maydor(as ho called him
self) in tho ascent.
Curran had no father to control him,
and his mother had unavailingly tried
to dissuade him from tho perilous un
dertaking. Ho was, however, a vain
weak fellow, with a thirst for notoriety,
anil foolishly thought ho would bo a
hero if he showed pluck enough for a
balloon ascension. But after a while
Curran got nervous and abstracted, and
was unw illing to tall: on the subject.
The night before tho day appointed for
the ascent, he put his arm through Les
ley's, and said.
"Coin, lsley, let's walk down to
tho potid. I've got something 1 want
to say to you."
But when they had reached tho pond,
he did not seem to tind it easy to speak.
At last, with an effort, he said,
"I'm going to toll you something, but
promiso mo you won't divulgo it. I
trust you because I know you'll keep
your word, and I beliovo you'll help
mo. You're tho only boy in the world
I would ask such a favor of. Will you
"You know 1 havo agreed to go up
in that balloon. I wish tho old tiling
would burst before I go, though! Not
that I'm really afraid, you know,--but
then, I can't help feeling a little queer."
"Give it up, Hiiid Lesley. "Father
says it's a foolish risk to run, just for
no'thin". Only a lovo of science would
justify any one in doing it."
"1 can't givo it up. I'm pledged to
go, and everybody would say 1 wius a
coward if I should back out. You're
mv true friend, Lesley, arc you not?"
Lesley said yes, wondering what it
"Then you must keep mo from get
ling scared, or looking scared, aud be
ingtho laugh of tho town. I must havo
a bottle of whisky, for a drink or two
:if that would steady my nerves. I
don't dare to get it myself, for they
would know I "bought it to keep my
jourage up, and talk about it, and I
can't Irust tho other boys. You get
whisky sometimes for old Uncle Scrip's
bitters, and they'd think it was for
"Don't shako your head, Lesley, and
say no, Here's the money, and if you
don't help me I'll just disgrace myself,
and you'll be tho cause of it. You say
you're my friend, and now I know
you'll prove it."
Lesley at bust consented. That night
the whisky was purchased, and hidden
by Curran in a safe place.
Tho next day it was lato before Les
ley found himself on tho crowded
grounds where the balloon ascension
was to take place. They were cuttirlfe
the ropes when he got there. A loud,
shrill voice, which ho recognized as
Curran's, was singing in an exciting
"Hero we go, up, and up, and up!"
"He's drunk!" "It's a shame!"
"Somebody ought to take him out!"
"The man ought to be horse-whipped!"
were tho mixed cries which met Les
ley's ears as he pressed through the
Tho balloon was raising, but cries
were distinctly heard from it, and a
struggle evidently going on within it.
A figure sprung up on the edge of the
car, threw up its arms, tottered, lost its
balance, ana fell almost into the sea of
upturned faces, a human figure when
its downward course began, a shapeless
gory mass after it struck the earth.
Prof. Mayder afterwards said that
the poor drunken boy had tried to dance
on the edge of the car, he not being
aware that he was intoxicated until the
ropes were cut
No one suspected but that Curran
himself had procured tho liquor, no
one but the unhappy Lesley and his
father, to whom he went in his remorse
and confessed the whole. It was a les
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