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Tp DAILY BULLETIN.
A WOOD-BLOSSOM. '
A cosy, Lome-looking: interior, tho
kitchen and general sitting-room com
bined, of an old fashioned farm-houno
in New York. Summer time, so only
just enough, tire in one corner of the
huge prate to boil a kettle on, ami in
the windows, on shelves in eve.rv cor
nor, front pots of flowers of nil hues
and sizes brifrhtennd up the apart mont;
but the brighU'nt ornament of all was a
fair young girl who stood, framed in
the doorway, and watching, with raised
hand shading her eyes from the rays of
tho already descending sun, tho road
that run past the gate to tho nearest
town, some nine miles distant from
"He is coming, mamma!" she ex
claimed, eagerly, addressing a middle
aged woman, who sat by tho window
knitting, and running out to meet, and
greet with a loving kiss, the ruddy
faced man who alighted from a gig that
drew up before tho gate. "Oh, papa, I
am so glad!"
But May Hepburn's eyes lost their
brightness, her features clouded over,
when she saw her father's usually cheer
ful countenance wore a gloomy, care
worn expression, and she said anxious
ly: "Pear papa! have you brought back
bad news to us!"
"The worst, my darling," was the
'sad reply, as Mr. Hepburn returned
her kiss. "I fear dear Lydcote must
pass from us after all; leave nie with
your mother for a little, child. I must
prepare her for the worst (hat can
And May ran from the house, with a
wild desire to esenpfi -somewhere out
of tho sight of her mother's tears, and
of tho look of settled despair upon her
father's fiiee. He had eonie nfter a
bootless efl'ort to have the foreclosure
of the mortgage on the homestead de
ferred until another year, when crops
might be better, so as to cmihle hint to
meet the interest.
The mortgagee, a shrewd but ignor
ant man, was only too glnd at the pros
pect of having Lydcote Farm thus fall
so easily into his" hands -after yen of
patient and persistent toil upon the
acres but lately redeemed from swamps
by Mark Hepburn, who had spent years
in toil that another was now to reap
On on-May sped -far into the re
cesses of Motion Woods, which stretch
ed their cool shades invitingly behind
the coveted liclds. At last she reached
a spot which had been her refuge be
fore, when, like to-day, her impulsive
spirit had siillVivd from extremes,
either of joy or sa loess; for gladness
and sorrow lirecfientimes twin in sensa
tion ut the moment.
May had learned to look upon nature
as the most unfailing sympathizer
and soother of a spirit like her own,
whose sensitiveness to externals was
ever a fresh source of surprise to her
more cvenly-disposilioned parents.
Flinging herself upon a bank of moss,
she buried her face in its yielding vel
vet, and sobbed unrestrainedly for a
time. Then she dried her eyes with an
"Whv," she exclaimed, "was 1 not
born a W? Then I could have gone
out Into the world, and turned the tide
of fortune, I would have wrested suc
cess from it by energy and persever
ance. Hut what is that?"
Sshe sprang to her feet and listened
intently. It was the sharp report of a
gun which had struck upon her ear.
The next moment a bushy-tailed squir
rel dashed past her in wild affright. It
had evidently been made a target for
the shot she had heard, and was flying
for its life.
"J'oor little thing! I wonder if you
are hurt, and seeking a shelter in which
to die? ' was May s pitying thought, as
she watched it glide from tree to tree,
and then pause, panting, and apparent
ly exhausted. "I w ill try to catch and
help you. If I am a girl, I can do good
to something more helpless than my
self." Suiting the action to her thoughts,
the approached it stealthily, until, with
hand outstretched, she felt sure of her
prize; but no it escaped again from
the kindly inlenlioned, but distrusted
interference of its would be captor.
May, however, was not to be thus foil
ed, and for a time, there was an excit
ing chase. At last the little refugee
took shelter in tho friendly trunk of a
May paused a moment, with a natur
al dread of the reptiles which often
mako their habitation in such places;
even our favored land is not entirely
free from tliein, and vipers were known
to exist in Morden Woods and the sur
rounding niarshv lands. Then she put
her hand in and reached down as far
as the length of her arm would permit.
Her lingers first touched a foreign suh
stance which hung upon a rough spot
on the inside of the decayed trunk;
they closed upon it mechanically, and
to her great surprise, nIim drew out a
leathern wallet. Without stopping to
examine it, she made another endeavor
to reach the squirrel- this time sneeess
fully. 'J hen with her two treasures she seat
ed herself at the foot of the tree ami
began to investigate the contents of the
leathern purse. They consisted of some
old spade guineas and other coins of an
cient dale, uiitl what was probably a
memoranda wrapped around them; but
it was wiiuen in a language unknown
to her. H n
A thrill of pVasure shot through her
heart as she saw the money.
"Now I can help, if I mu a . m wa8
tier first thought. .-I'm sure there's
enough in all 11,1s to pay oir thai horrid
old interest." Then her face clouded -"Hut,
is it mine? HH Bny ,mu vUe a
claim to it?"
While aim was iiimWiiiir this new
and vexatious question, anuniierceiv.
cd spectator approached. Ho niood for
a moment-his dark face lighting up
with pleased surprise at the unexnuViJl
picture presented to his beauty -lovm"
eyes in tne lonely depths of the wiimi
May's figure w as slight and exqumite
y molded, and her pure oval outlined
face was as delicately colored as a wild
rose. Her curved lips were parted
Just enough to show the small, even
rows of teeth, white and glistening as
pearls. Her long hair Lad escaped
from its imprisoning net, and fell like a
shower of glistening gold about her
Tho young sportsman hesitated to
break tho silence; lest be should startle
the beautiful vision; but tho magnetism
which rests in an intenseglaucn hud al
ready asserted itself, ami May looked
suddenly full into 1iis admiring eyes.
The Idoso coat, Knickerbockers, and
shooting boots he wore, the breech
loader he held carelessly under his arm,
told their own story. With a gesture
of disdain, which harmonized but
strangely with the smile still lingering
about Iter rosy lips, she said:
"Whv do you nJ kill when you take
aim? It is a shame to torture even a
poor littlo squirrel by such a bungling
A Hush passed over tho youth's in
"It was a bungle -1 acknowledge it.
The fact is, I am not what you seem to
think I ought to be a crack shot."
May's frank nature was pleased at
the stranger's modest assertion, and the
smile came hack to her pretty face.
"See," she said, what my chase af
ter your poor little victim has done for
me. It led me to this hollow tree, and
I found this in it. Is it mine think you?
Would any one cl-e have a claim to
The stranger took the memoranda
from her, and glanced over it. It was
written in Latin. After he had master
ed its contents, lie handed the paper
back with a half smile.
"According to this." lie said, "this
purse has been here for more than a
hundred years. I don't think the de
positor is'likely to claim it. Set your
mind at rest, "it is yours." Then with
a merry look into her face, he contin
ed: "I suppose some one will have the
prettiest dross in nil the country round;
and may be a gold brooch and a pair
of ear rings to match."
"No," said May, seriously , "I shall
have a pleasure which is better than all
the things you have mentioned. I can
save our home for my father and moth
er that is, if this money is really and
truly mino. Oh, sir. I :nn so happy
the farm was to lie taken away from us.
A girl can do something after all."
"And what is this little trembU'r's
fate to be?" asked the. sportsman, point
ing to the squirrel, who, linding all his
efforts to escape, ineffectual, had col
lapsed into a shivering bundle of vel
vety fur, and was peering at them
through May's imprisoning lingers, with
its bright, bead-like eyes.
"I shall cage him for a time, until ho
gets tame. Then he shall be my pet.
for through him came mv good for
tune." "And through me," said tho young
man. "Will you cage me, too?"
"No," answered May, with a dismay
ed glance up at his tall six-foot stature.
"You are too big."
He smiled-. -
"Well, then, will you take me home
with you and give me something to eat.
I am nearly starved. Shooting is a
"Yes especially when ooe never
hits," said May, mischievously.
"I am at your mercy," was the mock
"We can give yon a howl of bread
and milk at the house. Will that suf
fice?" The girl said this with an uncomfort
able thought of the scanty home larder;
but the young man's eager asseveration
that, of all dishes, the proffered one was
his favorite, set her mind at rest, and
she led tho.way, witn cheerful alacrity,
to the farm house.
As her at first unknown companion
walked on beside her ho drew from her
the story of her simple life. Then he
told her of himself, and May learned
that he was no less a person than Charles
Hrake, whose home was in Hoston, and
who had represented the proud Com
monwealth of Massachusetts in the Sen
ate. He was very wealthy and the
owner of these woods. She drew a
"Oh," she said, clasping her hands
and looking up into his face with her
bright, innocent eyes, "how I wi-.li I
could live there!"
Mr. Drake looked at her a moment.
Then, as the knowledge of her uncom
mon beauty dawned upon him, he an
"Do not wish it. You are better
where you are than in that great hotbed
of sin and iekedness."
"I thought Huston was the home of
the best and most benevolent people in
the whole world! Is il, then, all bad?"
asked May, in snrpri-f.
Mr. Drake felt rebuked as he thought
of his lovely, pure-minded mother, and
of his gentle oimg sister; but he could
not explain to May that his speech was
not of those in sheltered, cultivated
homes of wealth, it was of the poor
girl, with no dowry but a beauty which
is oftentimes a fatal gift to its pos
sessor. The young man was made welcome
at the Lydcote 1 arm. and duringthe re
mainder of his holidays he was a con
stant visitor there. When not shooting,
he often accompanied May and her sis
ter in their rambles.
Once the little parly had wandered
further from home than was their usual
custom. They paused at length on the
borders of a swamp, trying to decide if
the possession of a brilliantly colored
and uncommon looking flower would
repay the trouble of threading their
way over halfikiihmcrgcd stumps and
treacherous Ik to secure it. The dif
ficulty of possession made it all the
more desirable, mid nfier many false
steps enlivened by bursts of laughter,
the prize was gamed.
Seating herself at last upon the moss
grown roots of a huge tret?, May readi
ed out her hand and plucked a long
trailing vine, ivid with red berries.
and wound it around her head. "See!"
she said, irayly, "I am a queen ami a
crowned one, too!"
"And 1 am your faithful subject,"
answered Mr. Drake, in the same tone,
sonliii;; himself beside her, "Como,
Nellie, (here is room for you, too."
An abrupt exclamation from May
sturlled b'mi; and the next moment with
a low cry, the girl sprang forward and
threw her arms about his neck, shield
ing him with her own tender body from
tho danger die, alone had noticed'. The
sudden shock caused him to swerve
from his poshion, tun) the viper, whose
"'-'"' spring Aiav nan anticipate!!, fell
with a dull thud into Ha, dark-looking
water almost, ai their feet.
When I'hnrlcj comprehended the sit
uation, he turned ami looked at May
with tinrci-m.d wonder.
"And you, fid Ulis fl. ,. .,,.,.jrt,
your own bfo t sim. Uw
But May's Midden si ,cngth had de
ser ted her; ul,.. wllU() thn
- Lot us go home," ,,o said, hud
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1831.
It was a silent group that wended
tho dark woods of Mordon, and whon
they at last reached the longed-for shel
ter, May's limbs failed her, and she had
to bo carried to hor own littlo room.
It was several days before she was able
to leave it ; but after what seemed to
Mr. Drake an almost interminable in
terval, she again joined the family cir
cle. She was very pule at first,' but hor
(dieeks Hushed with midden roses as she
met her lover's glance yes, lover's!
for luring her illness ho had learned
that he, the heir of a proud old name,
nnd of a princely fortune, would own
nothing of any real value to his life un
less he could win this wood-blossom,
and wear her next his heart, to love
and cherish as his wife.
He opened his arms. "May," ho said,
entrcatingly, "come to me, and say that
vou will take for your own tho life you
have saved! Can ytu love me? if not
with tho worship I give to you just a
little?" and May went to him, all coy
ness forgotten in that supreme moment,
"I do love you, oh, so dearly!" she
whispered, dropping her bright head
upon his brcaM.
In after days, when they were mar
ried, and he had introduced his wife in
to the brilliant circle to which he be
longed by right of birth, a friend asked
him where he had found such a won
derfully beautiful and graceful woman.
His answer was: "Wo were intro
duced to each other by an individual to
whom my wife, in gratitude, has since
prollered the ho-pitality of our home.
Come and see us, and mako his ac
quaintance." The imitation was accepted; and
during the evening a tame squirrel was
wooed from its cage, to partake of some
favorite dainties from a perch upon its
Then, with a rougisli smile at his wife,
he said -
"This little furry-coat was the envoy
of fortune which' bestowed my hand
upon my wife, and w on hor lasting good
will. Don't blush, my dear, you know
it is true. Shall I tell you how it hap
pened?" Kcr eager to listen to a true story of
this human life, assont was given, anil
hi' related the romantic episode in their
lives through which two hearts had
learned to beat as one, and they had
become "two souls with one united
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laHiludo. pnli.' II"' dini-A ft." ni-l,:,,-
lie. ol'vli-ion. prettiMliIre old nire."1 4tt'UJi
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BIIUle".l,l'l',",' ",'l nun IU iiiri.u.-j-
cotiHiinipilon "ti'l ITi-Timlurf (,'rme.
Full pnrti uhir in our ptimplilet, which we (L
aire to .end li'-e i Intiil In every one. TM'"j t
and ninny olIi'Tiiii'i'iiM'f ti nt ivml to iiifiiuliy or
tiHc ineilleliu i .old Ly ul I el ru iri'l'-1 " 1,1 51 per
pnikiti;e. .ix foi J'i. or will he n-nl Iree liy imiil on
rerelpt of lhe nmi r.y tiv iiildre..lni; '1 II ii bilA V
MKDll'IM; CO.. No. 3 Mechanic. Idock, Detroit
Mich. Sniil in I'niro hy llurclay l!io., I'nul 0
Nc.hiili anil lieu K. (I'lliini.
)Yoiiri;lveii hy lunklliK niotl
e.v wln u n iroldeii chance la
tillered, llierehy alwavi
keeping imverly from yoiir
floor. Tho.u who alwava
Like ltd vtinlii.'.'e of the K-tod
chance for innkiiic money Hint liri. otl'ered, ceiivrnl
ly heconie weiilthy, while th.,. w iio ilo not ini
proro aiich chiint e. ri niiiln In povertv. Vo want
many men, wotucn. IiovhiiiiiI clrl. to do work forii
rlulil. Ill their own oi:ntleii, Tlie tin inc. Mill
tiny mora Hum ten time, ordinary wiie.. Wn
fnrnlHh an en ii.en.lvi, mum nnil - II that yon
need free. Noonn who enirace lull to ninkii
niontiy rapidly. V on run devote yotir whole time
to tho work, or only your pan niotneni.. Pull
Information nnil nli that I needed ent free, Ad
dreai STINbu.N A t'(J., Portland, llninu,
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