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Hrocers. Packers, Hucksters and the General Public,
The KING FORTUNE-MAKKE,
OZONE A New Process Mng1 IS
UJ vXl U inal an(l vegetable, from Fermentation ami
Putrefaction, Ketainins their Odor ami Flavor.
" OZOS E : rurilted air, active state of oxyffcn."-WKHSTKn.
Tho lTi-HcrvHiivo is not a liquid, pickle, or any of
the old exploded processes . hut Is simply and ijuru
y O.ON K. a produced ud applied by au o ill rely
new procc.. O.oneiathe anti.ept.c principle of
ewrv sohsUnce. and possesses the power to JT
ecrve animal and vegetable iiructurea from decay.
There I nothing on the. fiico of the earth lliible
to divav or apoil bli h Uaouc, the new l'recrya
nve will not preserve for nil time In a perfectly
fresh and palatable condition. .,,ul' ....
Ibe vulue of Okoiiu u a natural pruscrver
been known to out abler chuuiwU. for year h M.
until now. no mean of producing it ti Pci
Inexpensive and slu.plo nmuner have bceu dlaiov-
"wcroscoplc ob.ervallon prove that deity la duo
to septic mutter or nilniite germ that develop and
fee upon anln.nl and veritable etrtlcturei. U i
applied hv the l'rentiss method. sci.e and wrtroy
thoee germs at once, and thus preserves. At our
olllrc in Cincinnati can be ecn "'mont every , r tl
cle that can he thought of. .Preserved by thia pro
rex, und every vlnitor la welcome to come in. tatn
brought or scut prepaid to us, und return it to tho
render, for hi m to keep and lent .
ITii.iru aurh aa beef, mutton, veal,
neMl JllMUS pork, poullry,gaino,Hsh,Ac,
prcseived hy Una nielhoil can be shipped toEuropo
eujerted to atmospheric change and returned to
thl country in a Hate of perfect preservation.
Virtv ran be treated at a cost of lesi than ono
dollar a llnund down, and be kept In a
ordinary room nix months or more, thoroughly pre
eerved; the yolk held In it normal condition, and
the I'iras as fresh and perfect as on the day they
were ireaied, and will eM a strictly 'choice,' The
advantage in preserving egg ' readily seen; there
are season when I hey cuu be bought for 8 or 10 eta
a dozen, and hy holding them, can he aold at an ad
vancc of from one to three hundred per rent. Ono
man, with this method, can preserve 5HI0 dozen a
A FORTUN IS
Awaits the Man who Secures the Control of OZONE in any
Township or County.
A ! Bowen, Marlon, Ohio, has cleared i,f In
two months. J.' lor a test package was bia first iu
veatnient. Wood Ilroihers, Lelmnon, Warren county, Ohio,
male sm.uoii ou egga purchased In August and sold
November 1st. i for a tet package was their first
K K liaymond. .Morrlstown.Heliiioiitcoti'.ty.t.ihlo
is rlearinV i.'.tioil a mom h in handling and selling
Ozone. J for a test package was tils first invest
ment. " 1) P Weber. Charlotte. Katon county. Mich., hai
cleared l,lHtl a month since August, "b! for a test
package was his first ievestmeiit.
.1 H Oavlnnl. Mil laSalle street, Chicago, la pre
ferring eggs, fruit, .fcc, for the commission men of
Chicago, charging lc por dozen for eggs, and oth
er articles In proportion. Ho la preserving 5.KK)
dozen egu's per day, and on his business is making
$ l.oiiO per mouth clear. $-jforatet package waa
1U)W TO SECURE A FORTUNE WITH OZONE.
A test package of ().on. containing a sufficient
nuautitvto preserve ii.ooo dozen eggs, or other ar
ticle in pioporlion. w ill be eiit to any applicant
on receipt of This packaue wlil enable the ap
plicant to pursue any line of lest and experiments
he desires, and thus satisfy himself a.t to the extra
ordinary merits of Ozone as a Preservative. After
having thus tntlslled himself, and hud time to look
the Held over to determine what he wishes to do in
the future whether to sell the article to others, or
to confine it to In own use. or my oilier lino of pol
icy which is best suited to his township or county
we will enter into an agreement with him that w ill
make a fortune fornlmaiid give us good prollia.
We will give exclusive township or niunly privile
ges to the first tei-imiisihle applicant who orders a
lest package and desire to control the business in
his locality . The man w ho erures control of Ozone
for ny specl'il territory, will enjoy a monopoly
which w ill surely enrii h him
Dou't let a ilnv pass until you have ordered test
parkBire, iand if you desire to secure an exclusive
privilege we assure yon that delay may deprive you
of it, fr the applications come in to us bv scorea
everv day-many by telegraph. "Klrst come first
cerved" is our rule.
If you do uot rare to send money In advance for
the test package we will send It C 0. II., but this
will put you to the expense of charges for return
of money. Our correspondence Is very larae; wu
have all we have all we can do to attend to the ship
t3?"Givc .your full aildrenu in every letter, aud send your letter to
PRENTISS PRESERVING CO., Limited
S-E. cor. Oth & Race sts., Cincinnati, 0.
A Bsw k t'ufctaatbl P fttts, Fnffrwat, tUffMblsff, lAftlBf .
iiuldtirili-tl'rala llnnttivrlMi Htarot kin,, N. f .
Ginger, tlucliu, Mandrake, hullmcn an J many
f the bent mcdicu.es known arecombined in Pas-'
KKR'sGiNr.KR'j'ONic.intoamcdidneof tuch vaJ
ncd and eMcclivepowen,a.to makolt Ihegrcaleit
lilonj l'urifcr an J Liver lteeul.ilor and tha
Uest Health A Strength Restorer Krec T'sod
It cures 1 )y tiK-psia, Kheumalism, Nmralgia,'
ilrtnlcisnev. and all diseases of tho btomach,
iiuw.U, l.iinns J ivcr and Kidneys.
Kcniemherl 'i'liia Tome h the I?Mt Family
Medicine ever m.idc.andiientirelviliflcrent from
Hitlers, Cingcr 1'reparalio.n, and other Touic, as,
t never mtoxiuates nut cures drunkenness non
nniii'- without uti-nritureof lllnrox V f'r... N. V
Parker's Hair Balsam
Tha !! and miMt
Monoaiilr! liftir rt
A New and Complete lintel, fronting on Levee
hucotid aud Ksllroad Htreets,
The Pasn-nger Depot or tha Chicago, st. Louie
and New Orleans: Illinois Central; Wl,Hsh s
Lpula and I'aific; Iron Mountain and Southern:
Mobile and Ohio; Calm and St. Louis lUiiwavi
are all Jnt across the street; while the Steamboat
Landing 1 but one square dlstaui.
This Hotel 1 heated hy steam, ha steam
Laundry, Hydraulic KlevaW, Kle. tric Call llells
Automatic Klro-Alarms, llalhs, alisnlutely pure air'
jMiiloct sewerage and complete appointment. '
Haperh furnishings; perfect service1, and an nn
1 V. l'AUKKIl Ac CO.,I.i.em..j
u. a .. mnv ha nermltted t ripen in their na-
l1 I UllS live climate, and call be tin
he tinhsportcd lo
any part of the world. f
I ho Illlco exprcssoii irum n um-.. .
... i . .. i . .. . .i ...in.,.,,, (..r.ni.iitiii on hence the
1IH1CIII1IIU nrili'll niiiiuu, - -
meat value of thie proccs. for pro. luc in a tern
ancii oevurage. uiiiu" " '
,or any length of time. an lmU.lull
V eLCetableS ""diiUhetr natural ron.lllion,
relalmnc their odor and llavor. treated in their or b
inal parkaea. at a amall expen-o. All prnlnH, Hour,
meal, etc., are held In their Loriiml coikIUIoii.
I nttP - !Vl'!i.& ,hl" ,'roceHB
Dead human bodleH, treated ,MCZ
reta lu, ran he held ina unlnrnl cornl imi foi weeka
without puncturii.K the akin or mutilating t he b
dy in any way. lleuco the Breat value of uzone to
'"'J h.Te lano cll..no In the alWiteat particular in
.1 " appoara" ce of any ar.icle .Guh proaerye. , and
no trace of any forel;ii or unnatural odor or ai-le.
n iract o. a,,, h Kmpe that a child can
Hie l rOCCSS operate It niwell and ho flic-
CUU ui iiiuuiiii ! i.
A room lllled with illllereut urticlca, nub aa cw,
flh, etc., can he treated al ono time, without addi
tional trouble or expense.
In I'uct. there la milhlnir Hint O.oiie will not
S reserve. Think ol everything you run that 1h lia
In to eotir, decay or apoil, ami then remember that
we Ruaramee inai unouu n mi priTurvK n m n uj
the condition von want it for any length of time.
If Ml tl.lj 4 Ml a-.u u.killt, llllitM.
liyUMWlll rt -Illl-Mll,:i IIMB II I III v ..r-i,... ..r-
tlons a '0 whetht r Ozone will preserve thin or that
-i.. I. ...Ill . ........ .,i.ll,Un,iiil nvi.vvtlilitir
aniete-11 w III lirvP,-i,o mijminn buh n.tjiuiHn
ii.i.. i. .
yuu tnu iiimi. 'i
Theio l not a townahlp in Iho United States In
which a livo man cannot make auy amount of mon
ey, from $1,041 to ?l(,utai a year, that he pleases.
We desire lo get a live man interested In each couu
tv in the United State, in whose hands we can
n'lare thia Preservative, and through him secure
the business which every couuty ou;ht to produce
his first Investment.
The Cincinnati Feed Co., 10s West Seventh t., Is
making .."),( hi a month in handling brewer's malt,
preserving and shipping It as feed to all parts of the
country. Malt, tiupresurved. sours In twenty-four
hours. .Preserved by 0. ue It keeps perfectly sweet
These are instances which wo have asked the
privilege of punlishiiig. There arc scores of olhcrs
VY rite to any of t Ue above parties und get the ovi
Now, to prove th" absolute trnth of everything
we have said In this paper, we propose to place in
your hands the menus of proving lor yoursell that
we have not claimed half enough. To any person
who doubt any of these statements, nnd who Is In
terested aunV.leutly to make tho trip, we will pay
all traveling and hotel expenses for a visit to this
city. If we full to prove any statement that we have
ping of orders and giving atlertion to our working
ogeuts. Therefore we cannot give any attention to
luttera which do not order Ozone. If yon '.hink of
any article tha' yon are doubtful about Ozone pre
serving, remlmber we guarantee that it will pre
serve it, no matter what it is.
Wo desire to rail your attention to h class of ref
erences which no enterprise! or firm based on any
l hing but the soundest buslnesa success and high
est romri-.erciul merit oould secure.
U'o r. nu.iiy iietuilsslou, iis to our integrity und
to the value f the Preniii-. i ,..-. ,u,., in ....i,i
lowing gentlemen: Kdward t 1'oyce, member of
board of public works; E O Eahulhy, city compt
roller; Amor Smith Jr., collector internal revenue,
Wulson A Wnrlhingtou, attorneys: Martin II liar
rell mid U V Hopkins, counly commissioners; W S
Capeller, county auditor; all of Cincinnati, Hamil
ton county, Ohio, Thee gent emeu are each famil
iar with the merits of wir I'reservalive.and know
from actuul observation that we have without(ses
Most Valuable Article in the World.
Tho $2 you Invest In a test pnekage will surely
lead you to secure a township or county, and then
your wiiy is nbsolutely clear to make from W,ti lo
$I0,0() a year.
GET THE BEST !
LEAD ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
toprtnements ni Conveniences found in
For Sal la Every City and Town
In tha Unltod State.
J J week In your own town. $fi nutrtt
i-. mo nun, overyihiiiR new, capt
till not required, wo will furnish you
everylhlnit Many are making for
tunes Ladles make as much as men,
.. j ,r """ ""J auo Kiria make irreat pay .
Uoader, If you want a busliiyssat which you can
nillke irreat liaV all the tilmi vim wnrk.wrtla for l.r.
tlrular to It. Ilallelt A Co., I'onland, Maine.
CAIRO flUU,RTIN: SATURDAY MORNlNii, DECEMBEtt .1, 1881.
Oono wh to prnyer In no mori inwlwl,
(J .inn wh'uo milii la fidt no rnoni:
Wnoro tho hlddi'ii wmiii'l la honied,
And lito'a viiln pnnidn Is o'oi'i
Whoio mi trumpot at leu tho whorl
Of the wood, tho viib', or hill,
Whoro Inn biiii-IiIii.o nevor somehoB,
WUoro tuu ett wiii'la never eh 1 1.
Ho nuairniio; tli dlatmit iifltlona
How with us t'i m in ni hlilois;
(Jon ', tho loii'ler of tho pnonlM,
0 me, the si 1 Iter of tho urotw.
(lonot the yuith who ilured thu oonttiot
Early for his Musfei'a uiiini'l
Oono; tho h'-nrnf tho Imiili't
Ooiiei tho martyr. In the 11 unoi
Whoro tho son shall li'id iho nmthor, -(
Whoro ih" niothei' ll'i'ln lb" "u
Whi-iti tho Carl-ill m hoii u li'ildiruthew,
in I hii-t'eli' iiuly, ono by one.
II" Inn irone, ami I 1st mt natloim
li w with ih 1 1 ni'iiiiM ins loss:
(iono, tho leader of tho people,
Gone, the aoldlor of tho cross.
Wlioro the bond is n 'vor acrvod;
l'Mi tlnir, nln'plnir, .b mid inoim.
Ml Iniirlit walcliliiK-. twilight wocpliiKi
,Iovli"K tioontido, all mo lione.
Tiirr.', the im.r.1 slnll w iko In v nlnes-i,
'J'liori', tho noun Iho J 'V proloiiir,
Ai il iho d ivll rlit dio iiilV'iur.iiii o
Mil tho luiritol peii.i fol soifjr.
Cuvio, a sol H'Tof tbo Imltlo,
Cum", n pllltrlin fnmi iho rnl,
t)o io, ii roviil soul t'i ifl'y,
Uo io, it soul rodeoiiied tJ (Jod.
BETWEEN TEE TWO.
Louise Kamilt liad just left tho cot-titr-o
which slm and her mothm1 occu
iiieil ut tho Forest SjuinRS, a pretty lit
tle wuterino-iiliteo iu the mountains,
well known to many of my renders.
Louise was ono of tho prettiest girls
there. Shu had such lovely lauhinrr
blue eyes; such a soft brilliant color;
t.iiareuUyrtdo,"so NVih n'ln ....Sll .
like, though there wore ihoso who saiil
that she was really sly iimt Iri nehcroiis,
ami that her frank and aiTucliouato
manner w:is only put on to decisive.
From tho next cottage, almost nt the
same instant, emerged Carmelite Lo
Verrier, dressed in airy white muslin,
bare-huadi'd, carrying in her hands,
that were joined behind her, her broad
trimmed hat. She smiled and nodded
to Louise, lint that was all, and hurried
on to join Mrs. Sutherland, "the dear
esl, sweetest old lady in the world," as
Carmelite was wont to call her.
A young gentleman, who had been
loitering listlessly about, advanced hur
riedly at tho sight of Canneli'e. I5ut
before he could reach her, ho had to
pass Loui.,e, who. with a start of atl'eet
ed surpri.'o, called to him.
"Mr. Keith! Is it possible?" she
cried with u fleeted surpri-c. "When
did you arrive? How glad I am to see
She is even more beautiful, he
thinks, than sho was last summer. Ho
lifts his hat, and takes tho hand she ex
tends; and holds it until she draws it
away, coloring prettily. They walk on
slowly, diluting in low tones, she look
ing up and down at him with shy, sweet
coijuetry. Directly, they overtake Mrs.
Suilierland and Carmelite. The former
welcomes the new coiner warmly. Car
melite gives him ono cool, little hnnd,
and then stands silent, (piietly regard
ing him with her serious blue eyes.
After a little, Louise says:
"Como with us, Carmelite; wo are
going for a walk.''
"Thanks. Hut not this afternoon,"
sholiays. "I have already asked Mrs.
Sutherland to lot me join lier."
And she draws away, very gently, but
Tho two parties separate and take
"I wonder," says Mrs. Sutherland,
after a moment, "if Mr. Keith is as
gn at a llirt as ever?"
Hut Carmelite made no wply.
Mu.n.u i.iio, iahusu sas to her com
panion: "1 cannot think why Carmelite is so
cold to me. 1 really love her, but sho
will not like ino."
"I think she is cold to nlmo.it every
one," Mr. Keith replies. "Or, perhaps,
1 slioul I say reserved."
Louise is silent for a moment, and
then it liltlo smile, full of meaning, lli;s
over her face.
"I was wondering." she says, look
ing up into his face innocently, "what
sort of loveinaUng it can be Hint thosu
two carry on Canuclitu and Mr. De
lisle." "Has she a lover?" Mr. Keith aska,
"Oh, vest a Mr. Delisle. At least.
I suppose he is her lover, though nno
would think ho was in love with the
grandmother, lie is so devotod to tho
old lady. Madame Lo Verrier ipiitu
approves of him, and allows Carmelito
to waltz with him every evening. And
you knowsho dues not waltz with every
one." "Yes, I know," Mr. Keith says. Ha
speaks rather absently, and pulls hU
long moustache thoughtfully. Iu a
few moments, however, ho rouses him
fcelf, and tnlks as much, and as well,
ns ever, till linally they saunter back
Mr. Delisle is dark and grave as a
Spaniard; he is quite good-looking,
find waltzes magnificently.' Keith is
forced to acknowledge that, ns bo
watches him floating round the ball
room with Carmelite, whose dancing is
(simply the perfection, not only of
grace, but of dignity, that rare ipiulity
of modern dancing. At last tho waltz
is over, and Mr. Delisle leads his part
ner back, ceremoniously, to her grand
Keith now comes up.
"Madame Lo Verrier, you have not
forgotten me, 1 hope," ho says, with
bis (rank sn i i lo.
"Not at all. It is a groat pleasure to
see you again," sho says cordially.
Presently sho appeals to Carmelite
(who lias been sitting quietly, listening
to some murmured remarks of Mr.
"Is It next Wednesday, or Thursday,
there is to bo tho grand ascent fWrtr
"On Thursday, grandmamma. To
day week," Carmelito answers.
"And you are goiiiL'. niMlumo, are
you not?" asks Harry Keith,
"(ii'iindmaninia will not go with tm,"
interposes Carmelite; "but! sho promis
es to spend tho day on ' the roof of
the hotel, waving a red shawl, that we
may not fail to soo lior with our tel
escope.'' She says this laughingly, and bestow
ing an nfl'eoiioiuito little pat upon the
ho It old hand that Madame Lo Verriorn
lias just laid on her arm,
How tho glrl'i fueo lights up as sho
looks atoms she loves! That soft, bright
Millie brlngfl out an enchanting littlo
dimple ami doUcat.it. rose flush on each
chi'ol,; the grey-blue uvea luunh out
innn lienoidli the dark, shadowing
las I les,
"If could only make her look at mo
in that way!" Hurry wishes.
There comes tho crash of music an
nouncing the beginning of another
"Miss Lo Verrier, may I liavo tho
pleasure of this waltz?" Harry Bays this
Carmelite looks up as if to refuse.
Hut she meets such an earnest pleading
look in his ha.el eyes, that she rises
with a smile.
"Ah, it is delightful to danco with
you again," he says, as they glide away
to the sott melancholy strains of the
"ltein Aime." lie looks down and
adds, iu an even lower tone, "I have
been looking forward to this pleasure
all summer." Then, after a littlo
pause, ho uhno-t whispers, "I cannot
tell you how much I have longed lo see
"You are in good practice, Mr.
Keith," she says. "Have you been
inalVui"- pretty speeches ever since wo
"1 wish you would not treat what I
say to you o lightly," ho responds, al
most, angrily. "Is U because you do
not believe 1 have thought of you -or
that you simply don't care to bear it?"
"Whichever is most agreeable to
your vanity," she answers smiling.
When tlus wall, is over, Harry estab
lishes himself by her side, near Ma
dame Lo Verrier, and vainly imagines
bo is g"ing to have a "cozy chat" with
Hut at this moment Mr. Delisle came
i ""j -
"Miss Lo Verrier, 1 oeueto, ......
to promenade with mo now," and she
rises and goes away with him.
Thu- bereft. Harry rushts desperate
ly oil' to the Cermaii. He tinds Miss
Harret still disengaged. Sho iiesita'es;
she "had not meant to dance to-night."
she say; she "had had a headache;"
but she does dance, after all. And sho
dances well, too, but dillerently from
Canneli'e. There is more what shall
we say ? nioro nerve, more abandon,
more life in hersUlo, than in Carme
lilo'.s. 'Oli, I am half dead!" Louise pants,
sinking into her chair, and closing her
eyes, when the waltz is over.
"You do not look as if you wero
very near dissolution," Harry savs,
laughing, and fanning her vigorously.
Just then bis eyes fall upon Carmelite,
who has paued in her promenade on
the piaz.a. and is looking through the
ball room window at tho dancers. Sho
stands there, cool, fair, tranquil as a
dewy, starlit night. There is a slight
ly disgusted expression on Harrv'sfac.i
as she vanished from the window, and
he turns to watch Louise, who has been
snatched from her chair again, and is
whirling round now with young Leary,
a millionaire, and a great catch; but
nevertheless a stupid, heavy lout, who
does not even danco like a gentlemau.
It is nearly a week since Harry
Keith's arrival. Mrs. Sutherland sits iu
her dear littlo nest of a sitting-room,
"What is it, Susy?" asks her hus
band, Major Suilierland.
"I am thinking about Harrv Keith,"
sho answers seriously; "and what a
goosu ho is."
"Yes; he clearly doesn't know bis
own mind. I rather think he prefers
Louise, in the evening, as a partner for
tho German; but that in the morning
bis favorite is my pot. Did you notice
how aUcniivo ho was to Carmelito at
'Yes. f nol''o't." Ibo mijoe
rather cool. "Hut was she to him? I
imagine Delisle has the inside track
"You don't know anything about it,"
Mrs.Sutherland says emphatically. "Ho
does not care in tho least for Louise;
but she is an artful little wretch, and
when a girl regjularly throws herself at
a man's head "
"Now, now, my dear!" the major in
terrupts. "That." is too severe. Miss
Louise is a frank, warm-hearted impul
sive little soul just the least bit given
to flirtation, perhaps."
Mrs. Sutherland smiles.
"Well, really," continues tho major,
"you can't blame Keith for preferring
a girl who so evidently likes las atten
tions, to ono who, apparently, doesn't
euro a snap for him."
"As for Carmelito's indifference,"
savs tho wife, "I am not so sure."
The major is nearer the truth than his
Harry had come back to the Springs,
hoping to wiu Carmelite. Hut her
coldness on tho ono hand, and tho fas
cinations of Louise on the other, had
drawn him more and more to tho side
of the latter.
In ono thing, however, Mrs. Suther
land was correct.
Carmelite's indifference was more as
sumed than real. Sho had never ack
nowledged to herself that sho had
hoped to see Harry again this summer;
but when he did appear, and joined
Louise first, somehow she felt hurt; for
alio did not know, as tho reader does,
that Louise had summoned him to her
Thus, day by day, ho was drifting in
to tho toils of Louise, while really lov
Hut ono evening, after a waltz with
Carrie liacon, the latter drew him out
into the piaz.a.
Come," sho said, taking a scat by
a window, through which they could
see the dancers within, "I have some
thing to tell you. Do you notice Louise,
silting thci 'o iu that corner, with Phil
Loan ? Well, sho is trying to talk
him into a good humor; for ho Is, as
you see, more sulky and surly than
"Yes. I soo. 'I .. -' '
"Well, -she mis behaved dreadfully to
"Tilm. Slie did all she could to catch
hliu, dolt though he is, and now sho is
engaged to him. Hut you see how she
treats him! Sho means to throw him
over if sho can take you in because
he hasn't a thing but his nionov to
recommend him. Oh, I know her! Vou
needn't ask mo lo stop. She has treat
ed me shamefully this very day, and I
just determined you shall bear what a
doiiblo game, she is playing, 'fhcro,
that is nil. Now I must go." And off
Harry sits there wondering at It all.
Shall ho believe Carrie or not?
Hut to-morrow brings a change Tho
first person ho meets as he descends to
broakfast is Carrie Hueon.
"Oh, Mr. Keith!" she savs. "have
ouuearuf It Is ilro.ulfiil," breathless
y. "If 1 bud kuowu what was coining,
I wouldn't havo said what I did last
night, though it was all true. Oh, I
hopo sho won't die!"
"Who won't die? What Is It?"
"Louiso Harret is very ill delirious
it is scarlet fever, or diphtheria, or
somo other dreadful tiling. Tim doctor
is hero, and everybody Is frightened to
death, except Carmelito Lo Verrier, who
has gone to nurse her.
Harry was thunderstruck. Only last
evening Louiso was radiant with youth
and beauty. Then he thought of Car
melito, and with a pang. What if sho
would catch the infection and die? If
ho had doubled before whom ho loved,
he did not doubt now.
As soon as he dared, ho called on
Madame Lo Verrier. He found her
calmer than ho had expected.
"Yes, Cnrinolito has gone," she Raid,
with simple frankness. "There was
no ono else, and I did not attempt to
stop her. Shu risks her life you say.
Well, vohlvxsc obliye, even if there is
no higher motive. Hut 1 hope the dear
child has one. I alwavs called her 'my
little sister of charily.' Shu is helpful
in sickness, and so brave."
Hut Louise's illness, after a day or
two, is pronounced to bo only a violent
cold. She is for a while very ill, never
theless, and Harry cannot help feeling
a half-liking for Phil Leary, who is
honestly, utterly miserable about
Louise, and who, selecting Harry as his
confidant, hangs about him all day,
and tells him over and over again how
he adores her, and how wretched he is.
Two weeks of sunny September
weather pass by.
Louiso is out of danger, even getting
....ii, .....i o...(ilit.'s duties ns nurse
grow lighter. They havo lieeff raiunr
arduous, for Louiso has needed most
careful and constant nursing, and she is
a very exacting patient even now. Hut
to-day Carmelito has escaped, and is
walking with Mr. Keith through the
fields towards the forest that lies beyond
tho green valley. Sho looks a little
pule from weariness and loss of sleep,
but, Harry thinks, is prettier than
"How sweet tho air is," sho says,
f musing at the edge of the woo ls to
ook back at tho sunny, sweet land
scape, and drawing a deep breath of
pleasure and satisfaction. "1 am so
glad to have a nice long walk onco
"You cannot imagine how Iad I am
to walk with you again," Hurry says,
so earnestly that Carmelite looks up at
him with a r uber surprised glance.
"Then you have really missed mo?"
she said, smiling.
"I have missed you. and I havo been
very anxious about you."
"You were a great comfort to poor
grandma," replied Carmelite. "I
used to see you sometimes through
Louise's blinds, silting on our porch,
talking so confidentially. It looked re
ally like a llirlation, and I felt anxious
lest you were planning an elopement
with my unprotected grandmamma
during my absence."
Harry faugh at the girl's nonsense,
and then says seriously: "Shall I tell
you what we were talking about? The
one unfailing subject of conversation
was yourself. Carmelite, will you or
der me away if I tell you what I.told
"That depends," Carmelite auswors
softly, smiling, yet coloring, as sha
sees him gating earnestly into her facf.
"If I tell you how dearly I love you
if I ask you to bo my wffe as I do
what will you say?"
Carmelito is silent for a little bile
iiw color deepens ami men fades away
ligaiu. At la-t with a little sigh, she
looks up nt him.
"Oh, are you sure you love me?" sho
half whispers, her soft eyes fix eil wist
fully on bis face.
I tarry smiles; but he answers, almost
"I am sure, mv darling. As .sure , as
I am that I bold your dear hand in
mine. Why do you doubt it?"
"Heenuso sometimes 1 have thought
it was Louiso vou loved," she says
simply and gently, her eyes still on his
"No. dear, it was always you. Hut
you drove mo to her for consolation
sometimes, when you were so cruelly
cold to me."
Carmelite smiles, and her color comes
"Hut, indeed, I was not cold in my
heart," sho whispers, "f. was only
afraid of loving you."
"Then do not be afraid any longer,"
ho answers with a happy laugh.
And so, with her lover's arm around
her, thoy strayed on till evening came,
and the full moon rose over the moun
tain. And fur across tho hills th y went,
In Hi it new wo: Id which Is the md.
And Louise says she'll never forget
Carmelite's kindness. And she's going
to keep her word, and make poor Phil
happy, who isn't half a bad fellow, as
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