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A B AO OF GOLD.
Toe Story of Hark Driver.
"Are you cnjrnjp'il, roiu'liinruiP''
I had sloiipctl ut that moment to writer
iny liomi'i, niul to (juciit'li ;ny own tliir.t
in n unit ion iifiir. I had scarcely reach
ed my horses' heads when I heard tho
iiIiovh question, ami wv, ns I turneil
round, n young lady standing by tho
hide of my rah.
Without delay I answered, and own
ing tliu carriago door, I helped tlie-lady
in. Her face had a certain hesitating,
timid expression, which made nie judge
t lull my fare w as not an independent
laily, hut a housekeeper or governess.
She wore a Mack silk dress nnd a wool
len shawl. Her hands and feet were
small, but it did not escape mo that her
gloves were very much worn.
I linked her where she wished to bo
carried. ISlie named a locality not of tho
hot fame, nnd with n trembling voice,
as if ashamed of it. 1 climbed on tho
ho, nnd whipped up. Although it was
nothing to me where mv faro wished to
go. 1 felt a sort of curiosity ns to who
ami what tin lady might be. I had (de
served that she seemed to have a pretty
face, although the veil that fclio wore
over it did not let me see her features
nlainly. During tho trio 1 was driven
by my curiosity to peep through tho ear
riage'w imlow behind nie, and saw that
she had put up her veil. She -looked
frightfully pale and thin. Her skin was
like wax, and one did not need to be a
doctor to know that she was consump
tive. Hie held in her hands something on
which her eves were lixed, nnd there
came over )ier face an expression of
thankfulness and satisfaction. What
the ohjeet w-as I could not tell exactly.
I only saw that it was light colored, and
had mi decided shaK. 1 had only two
seconds of time for my observation. I
had to see to my horses in the crowded
1 gave them a hh with the whip, nnd
at a juiek tM we soon arrived at the
lily indicated. As soon a I found the
number which the ladv had given me.
1 stopped, got off the box. and opened
the door to help her out. She apjH-ared
to be in great agitation, as if an unpleas
ant interview was K'fore her. I receiv
ed from her, over the price of her fare,
w hich she evidently knew, a little drink
tuoney, thanked iier, and she hurried
away, while I tv.rneit my carriage to a
lie! . IJ.oriiiir saloon, to invet the drink-
money immediately in a glass of beer.
Hut lefiTo 1 went in 1 proceeded to
Ftraighten the carriage cushions, and
see that all w as right inside. As soon
as I opened thedoor again I saw sonio
object lvinir on the seat. It was a small
linen sack w ithout doubt w hat the lady
liail held in her la). I took it m my
hand, ami its weight astonished um.
With not a little curiosity I looked nt it
again and again, and at last tried to op
en it. It was easily done, for the bag
was fastened only by a little piece of
I One can imagine mv surprise when I
found that it was filled with gold pieces.
I dared not look at them further in this
place, as a policeman might possibly no
tice, and ask how I came by tho gold.
Meanwhilo I tied the sack again, and
put it in the wide pocket of my coat. In
stead of indulging myself in'a glass of
beer, I drove to the nearest hack-stand,
and took my place in the rear of tho
line of carriages, so that I could be sure
of not being wanted fcr the next half
I got into my carriage, as haekmen
often do when they want a lit t lo rest,
anil I examined for the second time my
new-found treasure. I shook the con
tents of the bag on the seat, and sat
w ith dazzled eyes before rpiite a pile, of
After delighting my eyes w ith it for a
while, I counted the inoiiey, partly twen
ty, partly ten-dollar pieces, singly, again
into the sack, and found that it amount
ed to exactly the sum of fifteen hundred
I could not think otherwise than that
this money belonged to the pain young
lady whom 1 had last carried. How she
came by it, nnd what she w as going to
do with it, was nnother thing. I had
found it, and it was a great temptation
to nie to keep it. What could 1 not un
dertake w ith such capital? I could buy
myself a carriage and horses, and in
stead of being a miserable hired coach
man, would myself own carriages, or es
tablish a livery stable, which would make
The picture of the future which I
painted in this w ay was alluring enough,
but along with it was the consideration
that I should bo a thief if I retained the
money. My selfishness had a very severe
struggle with my conscience.
While I now looked more closely nt
the bag, I found written in ink upon it
the address, "Miss Mildred lierkcloy,
No. 4 Madison l'laee." This address,
w hich had hitherto escaped r.ie. I read
with as much disgust as astonishment,
for there now remained to me, as an
honorable, man, hut one way. I medi
tated over it a time, but could come
to no conclusion. "With honesty," said
one voice, in my bouI, "you will cam no
bread; w ith honesty you can go, in your
old age, to tho poor fiousc."
At last Hellish interest and conscience
came to a compromise, and I resolved
to keep the money till the following day.
Then, I thought there will bo a reward
offered, and no one can blame mo for
ut least profiting by that.
1 remained all (lay in a fever of ex
citement; and when night came I felt
really ill. I could not sleep. NoH
morning I was pale, and wretched. I
went to breakfast where haekmen are in
the habit of drinking their eolVee, and
eagerly looked for tho morning paper.
Sum enough, nt tho top of t, column
for lost and found articles 1 found this
-J'OOT'.-VoiileHny. Inn hiit k. Mia nf m,M
Thii flwlor l eiirnesily eiitieiitoil to briny tho
Mutiny In No. Hi Urntliiii Street, thioo llluht.
up, wttoro 1 will reix-lvu it liberal reward.
I knew well what this hist passion'
wgnilied, for I had already in numy eases
learned that this common expression al
lowed croat latitude. A liberal
meant, iierhaiw, from fine to live dollars
and a class of beer. That would be lino
unicuds for resigning tiftoen hundred
dollars. I laughed m scorn, and mv
chagrin wits great. My heart hnrdeiiell
toward the person who had inserted this
notice, and I no longer felt tho least do.
tire to part with my newly-found treas
ure. I went nhout all day with the sack of
jT'ild in my pocket, like n mailman,
which mado wo imeo or twice nearly
ru.i over pei pic My nighl'srest was
disturbed hy phantoms', and the nimn
IiijT brought' nie no relief. I fell miser
able, amf. what was worse, even in my
w aking hours the phantoms did nolfado
from my eyes.
To my great surprise, the advertise
incut was not repeated. 1 could not ex
plain this to myself, but began to fear
that the police were on my track, nnd
that sonic line day I must walk into
A week passed, and I had become a
mere shadow of the strong, healthy man
I had previously been. I could reproach
myself only w ith not having returned
the bag to its proper owner. I had not
taken a penny of its contents, but I al
ways carrii d'the bag with me, and with
feverish nnxietv and trembling hand I
felt in mv pocket from time to time to
see that it was still there.
Strangely enough, I had during this
time unusual good luck. My carriage
was almost always occupied, and learn
ed a good deal of money. When I re
ileeted on this fact. I believed that Prov
idence thereby gave me a plain hint. I
had nlwas been a little religious, and
not free from superstition, nnd this idea
came to me, The result was that on
the tenth day I came to the resolution to
return the lost property. The money
had become a curse to nie ever since I
stretched mv hand out toward it. I had
no rest by night or day; I felt weak and
wretched", and visibly pined away.
Iliad noted the address given in the
advertisement, and so 1 drove at noon
on the tenth day to No. To ('rattan Str.
It was the place where I had driven the
voting lady. The door stood w ide open.
1 called a boy to hold my horse, and
went up the stairs. I asked a girl I met
for Mi.s Horkeley, and she thought that
such a person lived on the attic floor. I
went up higher, and knocked nt the
door I presumed to be the right one. I
could not help feeling that I had been A
rascal, and only the consciousness that
I was nt last going to do right gave any
case to my conscience.
At mv" knock a weak voice called
'(.'nine in!'' 1 opened the door and en
tered. For a moment the darkness prevented
my seeing the interior. The windows
were dim with dust, smoke and dirt, and
some broken panes were pasted over
with pajK-r. A table and two chairs,
with a miserable bed made the w holo
"Step softly, Death is here," said a
trembling voice, in which I only too well
recognized the young lady whom I had
brought there ten days before. Hut how
she had changed in this short time! Her
cheeks were hollow, her face was pale
as death and her eyes had an unnatural
When I had gained the necessary self
command, 1 said, with my face turned
awayfor it was impossible for me to
look' on myself as other than a cow ardly
"I bring the bag of gold which " and
then I muttered something about having
only just seen the notice.
"It is too late," she whispered, sadly.
"He for whom that money was destined
is no longer living. Here he lies. He
died some hours ago. Yesterday you
could have saved him saved us both
but now it is too late, too late!"
And she went on murmuring to her
self, "Too late!" ns if she had fallen in
to a heart-rending stupor.
Suddenly the poor woman rose slow
iv from the chair where she sat hy the
(leath-beil, and, after walking up and
staring at me, gave a hollow cry which
thrillfd me to the marrow of my bones.
"It is only right thai you should know
what you have to answer for," she said.
"Thai is your w ork. You can be proud
of it; it has been a complete success."
She laughed wildly it was more a
mingling of laughing' and crying and
looked at nie.
"He was my husband," she went on,
after a while. "We lived apart; why
and wherefore is nothing to you. For
three years I heard nothiugof him. Dur
ing this time 1 lived out as governess,
and earned that money w hich you hold
in your hand. May (iod forgive you for
what you have done!"
Here she had a severe lit of coughing,
and when she took the handkerchief
from her mouth it was wet with fresh
blood. The hectic Hush on her Cheeks
burned deeper than before, and I could
plainly see that she had not much long
er to live in this world.
"At last he found me," she continued,
weakly, "and wrote, begging me toeoine
to him. I came. He lived in this hide in
sickness and poverty. Had I not lost my
gold then. I w ould llavetaken him away,
and cared well for him. He died of
hunger. We have had no food for the
last three davs, and there is no other
fate for me hut to follow him. O, you
huve done a manly deed! Look there
She drew a cloth from the face of
the corpse; it looked almost a skeleton,
and tho sorrow of the sight overpowered
her. She threw herself over it, and
sobbed violently. This emotion brought
on another tit of coughing, w ith afright-
iiii torrent ot blood, during w hich she
expired. Her disease had gone too far
for Her to survive the shock of her hus
band's death, and if she could not die in
his arms, she died hy his side.
Terrilied, I spread' the sheet over the
two dead forms, and hurried to call the
landlady. I still held the gold in my
hand. It seemed lo burn like lire, anil
I would have hurled it from me if I had
not had a duty to fulfill. The landlady
was very indifferent about the fate of
the unfortunate pair. She merely said
that nothing ditlerent had been expect
ed, hut she was much pleased when I
asked what they owed, and proceeded
to liny her.
I went to an undertaker, and arrang
ed with him for a titling funeral for the
couple united in death. I could not and
would not. seek for their friends and rela
tives to draw suspicion upon mvself. It
was now clear to nie why the advertise
ment for the loss of the money appeared
hut once. The poor souls had not the
means to pay for a reiietition.
I followed the coffins to tho grave.
No stone marks it, hut 1 know it well,
and it often follows me in my dreams.
The very same day I drove to thehos
pilal for consumptives, and put the rest
oi uie nag or golil in the colleetion-box,
for I would rather have died of hun-'er
than have kept u penny. AVm FmitvU
i i a
well-in least until he is vu;lIK,,t
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