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Tho Daily Bulletin.
TIhto was it slilit Miii'-'i's'iioii oil Hi'
luiit of tlio little uroiiii ii t') tlui iii.uii
liti; tn'jnx n tlry otn. Vt inirtdl on vciy
I went on the jinr, and iiiiiler tlio
wtMnleii Hliolt tr vhtrp 1 hint it lin t
tiijilit, 1 saw it uronit tlie nuiii'i iiitt'iul
eiit of the police with one of liie olll.'ers.
the niniiit!;'.'!-of the iiier, tin1 k.'i-jr-rs or
the (lifferciit stalls, it lew Mnnwr, unit
Jim. the hoiitinaii, v.lio liail lmni I the
little bundle dripping wet. ( Heav
en! the pathos ot it. On the wooden
Heat lay the litile bundle, so white, so
fair, like u small, pale rose bud, :m I by
it, in a wet heap, lay tlie black and
tirey shawl. 1 knew it in one moment;
there was not another word to be said;
that was the same shawl 1 had seen ni
the woman's hands w hen she dropped
the little bundle into the sea -tlie self
mime. I had seen it plainly by the
bright, fitful gleam of tlie moon. The
superintendent said something to me,
and I went forwiird to look, at the little
child so small, so fair, so tender how
could any woman, with a woman's
heart, drop that warm, soft little niiis
liiicr, into tlie cold, deep sea. It was a
woman who killed Joel a won) m who
slew llolofernes but the woman wlio
drowned this little, tiny child, was
more cruel hv far than they.
"What a sweet little facel" said the
superintendent "it looks just as if it
were made of wax."
1 bent forward. Ah! if I had doubted
lie fore, I could doubt no lomrcr. The
little face, even in its waxen pallor, was
like the lieaiitil'ul one I bad seen in its
white despair last night. Just tlie snne
cluster of hair, the same leant ilul
mouth and moulded chin. Mother .enl
child, I knew and felt sine. The lil;!e
white garments were dripping, and
some kind, motherly worn, in in the
crowd came forward and dried the little
"Poor little thing!"' she tciid. "how
should like to take those wet things off,
and make it warm by a com lire."
"It will never be warm again in thi-t
world," said one of the boatmen. -"There
is but little chance w hen it child
has lain all night in the sea.'
"All night in the sea!" said the piti
ful woman: "ami my chddivn lay so
warm and comfortable in their soft III
tie beds. All iiiirht in the sea! Poor
little motherless tiling!"
She seemed to take it ipi'itc for grant
ed that the child ni'it be motherless;
m her loving, motherly heart she eniild
not think of such acryne as a mother
destroying her nvwi child. saw that
all the'nien win! otooij ioiiud tlie body
were struck w ilh this.
"What will be donu with it'" she
"It will go to the deadhoii ie at tho
workhouse," said the superintendent,
"and the parish will bury it.''
Then 1 stood forward.
"No!" I cried, "if the authorities
will permit 1 will take upon m:,'!i' the
expense of bni jin ttutt liUle child it
shall not havts a pauper's funeral; it
bliaU be buried In tho beautiliil green
cemetery In the I,evcn o;i, and it
shall have a whit" marble cross at the
head of its grave."
" Vo;i are very good, sir." said the su
perintendent, and the pitiful woman
"Heaven bles i you. sir! 1 won! 1 do
tic same jhitig myself if I could allord
"There tnur'.t lie ,u( Inipii'st," said
someone in the crowd; -wj :ji;hi. b
know whether tlie chili) wns dead be
bun it wan thrown into the water.'''
"i hope to lb aven it was!" ci led the
An I I said to myself that, if that
wen-the case, it would not lie murder
- not inufiler. but some mad miserable
niolliej '.'i wav ii it of soaie dreadful dif
ficulty. Surely, on tl;.- beautiful despairing
f.tee I had not seen the i.it:d o ine.rdei ;
1 1 llio bttle one bad been' (lend 1 hitt
Would Jensen the degree of wickedness
The w'iiiuitu who had dried and kissed
tl-.e tiny waxen laet'. benl over it now.
'"1 aril sere." she said, "that clijld y, a
alive when it touched ua ;ttoi .'
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now no yoil KIIOW," IISKCU uje Wi
"Look at the face, sir, an 1 von will
' J '-ee nothing," he replied.
"ld'i."Mie said. "1 see just what
you would see .ill the I'.iee of a ,.iby
suddenly pluii.'ed ii;to cold waler. 1
see the signs of faint, baby surprise.
Look at the baby's blows mid the ii("e
hand spie.ul wide open. It was living
w hen it torn bed il,e wat'T. I am sure ol
"A doctor Will soon settle thiit. ijiie;,
tiou. ' said the superintendent.
Then the litile one was carried hv
rough but not ungentle hands to the
dadiiou.se on the lull. I went with ii.
1 ovcilic'ird the superintendent tell the
1'ia-lerof the workhouse that I was a
rich man -an lim.lnl and that I passed
ii great deal of my time at Ih iejiton. in
a lowered voice he added that I was
very eeeeiitric. and that, happening to
be on the t'haiii pier thai ncn.iiu I
bad insisted upon paving llm exis'iucs
of the little funeral.
"A kind. Chi Mian gentleman." the
master said. "I am nl.nl to hear it."
I shall never forget the pitiful sight
of thai l,iiv white fonu laid on the ta
ble aliiue- ijulte alone -I could not foi
gi t it, The bullion had found a litile
whita dress to map it In, ii)id with
kindly thought had laid uiim while
chrysanthemum on tint little, innocent
brcisi. Whenever I see si chrysanthe
mum now it btings back the whole
Pie bare. hili' walls, tlm clean.
n tloor.the black tiv.-tles. and the
whereon the fair, tu .ler little
b d,v lay- all alone,
i il triid! IV.
Our little life in this woi!. seem of
b'li" count, Throw a utoi'iu i,i.i the
sea -it makes a spin d that laM
mi second, than P, isallnvn' the waves
rod on jiiNt as tin. , it ,a, nut; been
The death of this one little Hiild,
w hom no one knew, nm for whom ,i'
ouc eared, was of lex than no aeeuiint'
It made a sin, ,11 pai'ii-fiaph In Ihe news'
p.ipi'M.-it had can .el kohic luilecom
mot nm mi the pief.-ju-l a Huh, tlin i.v
lit the workhoii'ie, and then It was foi'
golteii. What Wits such a little w,i'f
;oi I sirav- i.ncli a small, fair. Aeiiih r
litilu creature to tlm gay crowd';'
"A child louiid drowiie by tlie Chain
Pier." Kind heai'led niotheily woim n
i liliiv'ged their Hhuilldela with a sigh.
OAfRO RULf.KTIN: SUNDAY MOUVIVU, JUNE
l on inioiim tu' tue tieai.li ol Hiicii napless
little oic'it is. alas! not rare. I do not
third":, of tlit. hundreds who carelessly
heard the winds that morning, there
Wits one Mho stopped to think ot the
possible sul'icring or tlie child. It Is a
wide step from the warmth of a moth
er's arm to the chill Of tlie deep sea
water, The gay tide of fashion "ebbed
und (lowed just the same; the band
blaved on tbe Chain Pier the morning
following; tbe sunbeams danced on tlm
Wilier, there was nothing to remind
one of the little life so suddenly und
There wa.s not much more to tell.
There was an tiiijuest, biP it wax not of
much use. Kvcryone knew Hint tli
child had liH'ii drowned: the doctor
thought it w:ts drugged before ii was
drowned; there was very bllle to be
said about it. .Iiui,lhc boatman, proved
the lliiding of il. The coroner said a
lew civil words when be heard that one
of the visitors ef the town, out of sheer
pity, liiid (iilercd lo defray the expense
of ihe little funeral.
The little unknown babe, who bad
spent the nighi in the deep sea. was
burled in the cemetery on the Letves
lb Kid. I bought ;i grave for her under
the spreading boughs of a tree; she had
a white pair and a quantity of white
llowers. The matron from the work
house eni, and it was id at all like :i
pauper" funeral. The sun was shin
ing, and the biilmv ail' was filled with
the song of birds; ' but then, the sun
tioes shine, and the birds will sing, for
I ordered a f inall white marble cros:g
it stands under Hie trees at the bead of
the litile green grave. When the head
mason asked me what name was to he
put upon it. I was puzzled. Only Heav
en knew whelher the helpless lilll
child had a claim to any name. and. if
so. what that u.mie was. I belhoiight
myself of one name, it meant bitter
ness, and the bitterness of deep Witters.
"I will call it .Marab,'" I said, and
the name stands there on the marble
".Marali. jiged three weeks, found
drowned in the sea. September, Is--."
Only one small u'rave amongst in my.
but a grave over whit It no mother lias
shed a tear. Then, alter a few d.is
more I forgot almost all about H; y t at
that time I was so lonely, so utterly
desolate, that l felt some kind of tie
bound rue to the little grave, and made
me love the spot. It was soon all for
gotten, but J never forgot the beauti
ful, despairing taee l had seen on the
pier that nigbt-the face that seem."!
to have passed me with the (piickne.Ni
of a swift wind, jet which wa im
pressed on my brain for ever.
I have been' writing to ton. leader,
behind a veil, let me diaw it aside. My
name is John Ford by no means a ni
tuantie name hut 1 come of a good .
family. I am one of the world's im
foi tunates. 1 had neither brother n u
sister; my father and mother died
While I was quite young; they h ft iu a
laigf fortune, hut no relations m one
to love tne. My guardian was it stern.
grave, elderly man; toy youth was lone
ly, niv manhood more lonelv I
found it fair and dainty love, but she
proved false; she left Tne for one who
bad more gold and a title to give ber.-
When I lost her, all mv happiness died:
the oulv consolation I found was irniier
about from place to place trying to do
gooti where i conni. ins liltie inci
dent on the Chain Pier rousei) llu,yK
than anything had doii for .soiuti tim .
1 had one comfort In life a friend
whom I loved dearer than a brother.
Lancelot i leming; and lately he had
come into possession of a very nice es
tate called Uutton Manor, a line o'd
rnaniiiM). standing in the midst of an
extensive pat L, and with it an income
of three thousand f-.r ;;i!nuui. Lance
T lelliiug li.'i'J beeji 'biwgh; tip to the
bur. but be never cared much for Ida
profes. ion. aij was much pleased when
he succeeded to hi Cousin estate.
I le liiid inv ited me neveial time. to
visit HuUoii Manor, bat something T
oilier had alw.is intervened to prevent
it. Lance came to .m c me; we tiaveled
together: we were Hie verv oppo-ile of
eiui. ol her. lie was frank, gay. t bc"r
t'ii. ai.,i;c I.tu'.'hii'g, always with some
gland je-t il.,; ),,,; ..'.;k laughing,
su'oiv. b!u, d tV!ji,v yh'i v a.s like
a siiid'e.'Ui ii every hnu-'i; lie (Liiteted,
Ic wm .dv.av eiiie hi-i!iug i,r siiigi-
iiig. and hi- I'li-hi, efi , j ,iiee trolled
o'H sue:i si;i;c
lies o sweet hollg. that
ie lo In iir ltf tii.
it w .le ;t pleasu
I am iiat :.t.il
il teli'ii liev a! u
fide of th'i.,-...,.
I lo-e l .:l!l; e
y me.ini.'hoy, mid lime
lo look on tliii diiik
Von can imagine how
l ieming: the love that
to w ie:. children, na-
oilei me,, '. 've
I' n! and l"!ati',
) lavished on him.
I loved I
I'fa'' ; y ' i
(.i i,:..! n,
W hole Mi
0; lair. h;.i,:! .,;;.. face, his
blue eves. Ids .sujiny siililt;, liiil
1 !" "I his ill lll llfiti'tt'tl.
I loved tin;
as .e ;
. w ith a love
e 'tn Jiiui a. I
was a gteal
i.i . in ue w o lac ii'Uiei., cveiy W'otliiin
Who saw bun love 1 him nmre' or less,
lie w,c ipiite iiivsiNtible when, in addi
tion lo Ins hand .nm.. lace ami sweet
l"i'"l. c, line the eh.Uul of being inas
b't "I ii gi'..t.d o'd iiianoi -hiiuse. w ilh
'hie.' I ii,ii..;i,, ; i ,- ilium,!,. ,, wonder
thai he v.a.. j'oi.ui,,, ',(. (1lv n,,,
which IroiiMiil i,,c alioi.' Lnuee was
hi liii.iii; .(: J iilway 1 "aie.j ii , ,
his g.'S, i.a ic.'o lemperaiiient.' hia
nnlv i e! ii,lin'u,it:ii an I cbivalrou
mn!!::ei I iie.iiii, i the fairer sex. it
wasi i i.'tiii i!it he v.oiiM, o.ilicr or
later, fall in .ivc and taariy. 1'roin
whai I knew of him. froiu the innate
conviction of i,i ow u love, I felt sure
thai his m it ria-'e would be the hinge
on W hit b Ins hole I
would turn, I
v. ;tierj ai.xioiis
to him a t'uvil dc
idioiit it. and talked
il about it when we
Were to;;, h(' .
"Il miij mans ilie c'c'lit
Lan ee, t said lo him, t, n dj
oi tue liiippiest alel mo:,l mi. e.vh.j
men iii ihe weild. tit 1 1 if you shou'd
inaue a mistake voii will be ouii ol' the
lie alwiij s looked at me with laugliin g
"I shall niake no mistake. John. I
buoy, 1 1 1 : i iiiinewhere or other the
iiionI adoiawie y..,niai iji the world is
wailing for me, I shut! nc t.of to iui,
her, and tall in love will) hlu. nian ,'
her, and live happy I'm ev ci ai tei' w ,n.
"Hut you will be careful, I, ii.e
"As careful as a man can be;
John, as you are so anxious, on
better choose lor tit". "
".No," I replied. " made so gnat a
ii!sial;e when I had to choose for in.
self thai shall never attempt it again!"
Ciivuiiisliini.cn hiippeiieil that divw
me over to .Mueiiea jd a arne in
terest in some laud tune, an f i(.,i (.:i nig
about the trouble of it, I went ovi't h
sell it. I sueeceded in selling' in
great . profit and as 1 liked Amcilci
remained there three jcars. I sailed
for America In (ho mouth of (Mol cr,
two or three weeks after the Incident
f the Chain pier, mid I leturiicd to
lingland alter an iibvnetuif Ihiei' veni'i
Hinl seven tnoiiths. 1 found nivs"ll at
boniu again when the lovely mouth nf
May was ul its fall vat. Dni ing ull that
time only one incident of any not hap
pened to me. or rather, happened that
interested me. Lance Fleming was
IIh w rote whole volumes to rue bctore,
bis marriage, and he w rote volumes af
terwards. Of course she was perfec
tion nay. just a little beyond perfec
tion 1 think; she was beaut i rut, clcv(r,
iicco'niplislied. and such a darling, of
course I migbt be sure of that. One
thin" on! was wanted to make him
perlect'.v haiipy-il was that I should
see his ladv love. I h r nam" was l ran
ic Wviui-'ai'd he ns-urcd inu that it
wa Ihe most poetical mime in the
world. I'agi' :U I' r page of rhapsody
did he write i.ud I read unlil at last I
believed li'in. Hud he had found the one
perfect woman i" the world.
Liiiice wiole oltciier still when I told
him that I was coming houi". I must
ifo al once t" Imtton Manor. I should
tin, I Duttoii Manor an earthly Paradise,
he sd.l ;i ii 1 h' was doublv delighted
that Nhould be then' in May, for in
"'V wife liuikeN home I Icavell, John,
be ,' ,u' lire I .'I w riling. "I wonder
o't-ui whv llcincn has blessed me so
'M'eallv. 'Mv w;:e is Weil. I Wdl'shll)
fier' lie is pivud wonian. calm.
I,,-, ,. a saint. Vou will
never "know h-oi nmcli t lovelier until
von have seen her. she fills the old
inanor le i.'e wiili -ail hiue and music.
love t,. !. a: the jreu'.lc so Hid of her
voice, wi'- l and low as the sound i.t it
lute u.c lrou-!'ioii of le i'dit'ss as nIi..'
moves about.. I i, oi even ni"ie iu love
w ith hi r than when 1 married her. and
nIhiiiM not have Ihoujhl that p"-i-b!e.
Make IniMe boine. John, my dear
old iiieud: even my happy home is in
complete without ton. ( "iiie iiii.l maie
its brightness with me."
lie u role iiiliunieliil.le d Tedious lor
mv journey. The n ;in st i.ulway -t-i-tionto
Hu'tloii Maiml was ;tt N'ale Uoy
iil. a pretty little town about three
miles from the Ijoiin Ii i would let
him know bv what tiain I should reach
Vale Ihiyal.'he would he id the station
to meet' me. And he .-aid. Heaven
bless his dear, loving heart, lh.it he
was looking forward to it with untold
When I think td' seeing Frances and
you together," he said. "I I. el like a
Mh".'lb"V' out lor a holiday. 1 have
counted the bonis. John, until jui will
1 had to go to London on business,
and while there it was iiupo-sdile to re
sist the temptation of tunning on to
llligldotl. 1 loved the place so well, an '
1 had noi M'fi' it for so long. I wanted
tit stand once nioic .in the ( ha:n I ici,
pud think of my lost lb-awn. JSovv
Vividly it all came back lo me that li r-
iil !e tragedy, although more than Hue"
yars had pun-el since it happened.
There Wits the eonier where I bad sat
in thn thick, soft shadows; there was
the railing gainst which she leaned
Alien she threw the little bundle in the
I remembered lie' littul lighl. the
i"ili of tint u'liviiu iii-iuoiil tin uiel' the
beautiful desperate face, and I he V oice
thai iia-j vailed' " If 1 dare: oh. my
(iod. it 1 dare: ;
I went to see Ihe little Jiave. The
thick gret n grass which covered it was
.Ntmliled with white d.iiNies: tlie goiiteu
letters on Lhe white cross seemed M
huiii iu the sunlight: "Marali. found
drowned. " I had been to the other end
d the world, but no ope had beell to
jdt.'d !'! (e;n over the little grave.
t ;i vci ki! v,
It it rood to see Hip face of tm old
friend after a long alienee. 'J'e u lllled
my eves when the sunny blue ones
looked into them, and tlie handsome
face, quivering with eui 't.oii. smiled
into mine. was glad to feel once
mom (he cla.sp of thai hom-st hand.
"Ah, 'iiicc "J cried."! would travel
twice as tar fV'i , ;. hour with vou!"
I sli.ili ic've. fi.r'gct that , rot!''
Hon ut 'al" lt")al, . beaut iful maul
ing river ran close b, spair.ied by an
old-fash icic-d ritie In id,"; Ihree huge
chestnut trees, now in fuil ilower, seem
ed to shade the w hole pi e e.
"A pictiy spot." said proud. hapl'V
Lance: '-but wait until vou sec Duttoii!
I tell Fr-ni'-e- iun'iuitc sere it is
lhe oilgii, :l e,i!''' u of put ,nli:,i ! "
"".et .'(..- pi.iy Mi.ii ;;o serpent may en
ter Hieieiiii" said. '
There !' no ic,',i . John.' 'he replied -
''liiy Kiaiie.' wo ;lf be' an untidoti,
itgiilnsf idi the a"-ieii!s in the world.
We shall have a c'loiinus drive boine.
Jlow do ymi like my can ia.e-'"
It was jif-ifect. ,s,i were the borse.s, so
was the gi Horn ,ii bis neat livery, so was
Hit do-eai't waiting for the luggage, mi
was lhe m,i guilicenl retriever thai laii
ViUbtl;' eiuriag,'. What iidiiveit was!
i)f iiil seas .ii. ! ,,;( climes, u'ive me an
Ktlglish spiing. The hedges win i"V
ered with while and pink hatflhoih;
the apple iiecs wen; ;iil in 1,iim,iu: tho
air wit jedolciit ,,' maricts. The white
iailibs Mtnc in the meadows; the leaves
iveiti spiiii;i;ig oi, ti, u tree.: the birds
"It e- like a new life. John," said the
happy young fi-l'ow hv mv ide; then,
quite uiiable to keep his thoughts or hi
words long away iropi her, be contin
ued: "Frances will he so pleased lo see
you -we have talked of nothing cls-j; for
"J ah. iifia:. thiil she will be disap
pointed al.ei' sh'i sec, me. J.ance."
"No, indeed.r be replied, heaitily.
"VulooU belter than voii did when
yoil went p) America. John you look
vfiiiiigei , le.s.s baggard, less worn, l'er
Iiitps joii havti found .some comfort."
".Not of the kind you mean, l.ance,"
J answered, "and I 'never .shall."
"Ah." he said, musingly, '-v.. hat mis
chief one had woman cati m ike! And
!le Wiis il bad woman, this false love of
"If she had been a good one, she
would have been true." 1 replied.
" ! ibink " siiid Lance, musingly.
'thai in all this uiilij there is nothing
so hoTrlble as a bad--a really bad or
wicked wonian! They seem tonic much
worse than men. just as a good woman
is better than a man could ever be,--i
little les than an angel.
pa von know, ' he continued, bis
voice trembling with emotion, "1 did
Hot understand how good a wonian
could be! Mv wife, Frances, is quilt;
an aiigef. When l"'1 "i the moiii
in". Iii'l' j'air t'a'fie vi fresh and pure,
kiie'cllng "low II bi say her prayeis, I feel
quite unworthy nf lu'i; when I see the
raid earnest cxpi'osslon of her face, as
w e sit side bv side bl elllll'eh, I long to
he like her. 'She is one of the gentlest
and sweetest of hnnian beings; there la
no one like her!"
-1 nm lieiulllj Kd'id Hint you are so
p mi ilouiest Lance " I said.
'if.' eontinm'd. "I know that my talk-II,!-Hot
sunt' bore you; vou are too ; tt no
i'licnd; ileuses lil.vli.eaij, lor it Is nl
w.ivHfull of in - '"K ldw;
lito'v wood she isl W hy, John, tho soul
ot a "ood woman I elenr and I ran spa r
eiil.likea deep, clear lake; und i if it
one see. such beautiful things. When
m 1 unices speaks to il little child there
Cornell into tier voice u beautiful tenderness-a
ling B"t'h tlcur Bwett uiuBtc,
that I say to myself It In more llko Uia
voice of an angel Hum of a woman; it
Is just the same when she speaks to
anyone iu sorrow or sickness. The
si range thing to me is this that though
she is so good herself, so pure and inno
cent, she lias such profound compas
sion for tho fallen and th ndseMWo.
At Vale Koyal, only a few mouths- ago,
there wii.-i one of those unfortunate
eases. A servant girl, --a very pretty
a id nice girl. too. she was, w:u turned
0 it of her mistress's house in the cold
of a winter's night: Iter boxes and
wages were put into the street, and she
v its told to go to the workhouse. Wie
a'niost went mad with shame and de
s,ii'.ir. Prances would go to the rescue,
a id I honestly believe that through my
v. lie's charity and goodness thai unhiii)
jiy girl will lie restored to her place in
t. ie world, or that at least she will not
iii). ns she otherwise would have done,
to the bad. I thought that a most beau
tiful trait in her character."
"So it was," I replied, liking my dear
oldlriend all the better tor his great
I"ve for bis wife.
"She is always the Mime," he con
tinued, "full of chariiy and tenderness
for the poor. Von could not think bow
puich tliey love her. All round N'ale
boyalsheis worshipped, lama very
fortunate man. John."
" Vou are indeed," I replied.
lie went on
"1 always bad my ideal. I have
known maiiy. None ever reached my
standard but Frances, and she is mv
ideal :oiiie to life the reality found,
1 ii i". sweet and true, a blonde, queenly
woman. 1 should think that very few
men meet and many their ideal as I
I ave met and married mine. Ah, there
Ii the avenue that lead to the ohl
luanor-hoiise! Who could have thought
thai 1 should ever be master of a manor-house,
John". Neither that nor the
l.ainl.souK! income belonging to il would
be of any use without Frances. I,1 is
Frances who makes the world to me,"
Tlie avenue was a superb one, It con
sistidof tali chestnut trees standing
lour deep. I have seen nothing liner.
, I list now the llowers were all in bkntin,
lhe bees and butterllies had all been
drawn there by their odor; tho bird
were llitting in and out making grand
(iiscov cries in the great boughs; the
i round was a carpet of llowers, white
tiio-its and golden buttercups mixed
wit it wild hyacinth. und graceful blue
I t lio e drove for some few minutes
oyer thi carpel, an t then the old giy
manor-house too 1 before us, the pref
i iet pid ure ev ei seen on a Suinnier'ij
.lav. The whole front of the house was
Heeled with llowers, Hinl the ivy grew
ereeii ; ii.l thick, it climbed to the very
top of the towers.
J'afiioiis iyv ." said Latico, "People
i nine to Ibiltoii to look at the jvy."
"I do not wonder ;' it." 1 said.
J Wits somewhat surprised althestjlo
f the house Lhad not expected any
thing so graiiii,so beaut iful.
"We shall have time for a cigar Met
a stroll before dinner," said Lam e, a
he threw the reins to the gloom; "but
vou must see Fi.iipes lirt. John vou
must see lier. f
Hut one ol the seivant loin ns that1
Mid Fleming w;n in the draw ing-itmi,
engaged with J ady Ledhittei. Lance's
face fell. '
"Vou do not seem to care for Lady
Ledlulter." I S lid to llilll.
"In truth I do not; she is a county
magnate, and a local hoi ior I call le-r.
She leads all the lad.es nf the county;
thev are Lightened to death at -her;
I hey frown when she frowns, uniile
eyiicii sh'' hl'iiles. begged "f Frances
.lot lo tall Me h i ici wwav.bht 1 have
begged if! vain, ini doubt. If sue bus
been there for half an hour Fiances will
have given In."
lletiiiiiedi.il me suddenly, so sud
denly, indeed, that he almost startled
"I lo you know, ' be said, "those kind 1
of women lair and calm, wbost?
tlmiight seem to b. iiiwavs turned in
na;ds'' Mv wife is one of those; tt hen
ime laiks l'i bt-i she li-i.ces with hiu
eje:. dow ii, id seems as though she
had lell another world of thought just
tm jour sake. II, r manner always
piques one t" go on laiknigfor the sake
ol uiak.ug h'-r smile. Icaajnsl Imag
ine , .w sh" l""ks ii ov. while Lady Led
I.iii, v i ilL.in L.l Well eo'iie to voiir
own lo'iin. John, and we will stro!r,
... . . . . . : i i. . .. e. i ...... :.. I. ..
II' ' 1 1 I III' gl 1 'I i II' IN I i, i lit 1 lilOJ.SUip llil.1
!'.-i all d " .
iial ,. bi'a:,!il.)l .,! housu II was,
one co. i!d lei ,-o e.ts I'y Unit a ady 'j
t.'ist" und rrihienieiit presided over it.
The line old oak was hot cove,,-.!; but
coiitrarfii.g with it were thick crimson
rugs, hangings ot criuisim velvet, nml it
was lelieved by any amount of (lowers;
beautiful pictures were bung with ex
quisite ta-te. w hite statues stood nutria
grand ndief against the dark walls.
"Voiir wife is a woman of taste, tli.lt
Is quite evident, Lance," I said.
7b be VonUnmL
Tho Mis'.akis of Newspipira.
fhy number bl type u-i'd in nit crdi
nary (ioi.ntiy iiiiw-paper is about O'n)
iliiO; that is, tlm actual hiiiiihiu' i.f tii
of ineial arranged for each newspaper
in preparing- a newspaper of that size
for the press. We suppose few people
think of the printing trade us one of the
most exact and particular handicrafts;
hut it is, In making type, viirinlions
'Inn hiighl be allowed in the liiu'Nt nia-
illinery! Wollld leu lcr ly pn liee.ss, 1
)h ;'cry lai'dy thai ) n : tnri.ished by two
depurate foundries can be Used together
whhout A grind deal (,f tninbh;, even
lliougii they should try to make it idler
lliu siaudiud We read opce in a while
of a woiulertnl piece of ciihinet or mo
saic work containing ten, twenty or
Oo.Ono pieces, the milker of which has
spent months or even years of labor iu
producing it: nml the people go to see
il as a curiosity. Ilul the most elaborate
and carefully" titled piece of work of
this kind ever made docs not compare
for liiiiiulein ss of detail and accuracy of
lilting w ilh thai which the printer does
every day, The man w ho does the lirst
is looked upon as a marvel of skill, and
if Pin of Ins pieces are put in wrong
side up or turned around it is not no
ticed in the eencral effect; hut. if a
priuier. in lining ten times as many
nieces logelher in a single day, put one
lie V'mig way, everybody sees il and is
uniaAcd a) ilie !'.N(iipji i',ircltts,iies qf
The (iignntle Assmdiuluu I. the nnnie
of mi organization In prof ivss (if foi'lii:b
. 1 . .. 1 .. V . . ' . . -
iiou in .sew iiavcu. ltoquireinoins ror
membership aru a weight of -'(1 pounds
and a circumference uboiil the chest ol
4.) inches, Tii,. uii mhers must also be
lit least live feet nml eleven inches in
wdgl.d. (hie of Ihe movers In the en
terpiiso weighs pounds, stands live
reel. 1 1 4 inches In III sioelilngs, lout
iim.'ioii'e f Inches round the chest.
Another member is 0.1 feet lull mid
weigh go 2 pounds, while third inutn
her weiedm neitily fJ50 pouuds.
Elys' Crenni Hdls'iim, for Cntsrrli, Cold in
the Head, Ac, Kivei) the bent of HfitiBtsc
tion. Have yet to hcitr nf n sinylo chro
whore il lots not jjiven relief or purmftiivnt
cure. CIihs. L. Urundsge, druggiht, Muske
trr"The DiHinomi )yv f,)r rmuily use
hsvo no t-qimls. All populur colois esnily
tlyod, fust Hinl beautiful. 10 cents a pitek
ngo for any color.
"A Cclehiattd Case."
It RoeniH prohsbh; that Mr. Micliscl
O'Connor, 1 tJalttrLtirjf, III., is net related
to. the celebrated Clmrlefi O'Connor. He
says: ".SainiirilHn Ntrvitm ruted mo of
tlyspeptiia ami general debility,"
T lie Snow of Mount HI :lne
not winter thsn teeth that are daily rub-
.a ...:i. in i'ii i ... '.. , '
n won Dinowuin I, ami coral gathered
ocean depths, eutin.it kui-iiukm il,,. i,...,
gums fived front ongint:sa by Hie hhiiih
Bitiuiitry nielli. Aim ricmi Pt,licn vihilintr
Ign lauds, t-xciie lhe ndmiration ol be-
dlTH and tllC UliVV of their IrimuHlliiniif.
sisters, with the BUrpiining ( xctdlciicit of
their teeth. When asked lo what they owe
this chirm, they murmur the talisman
word SOZO DON'T!
To all who aru sutleriiig from t lie error
tnd indiscretions of youth, iiervuus weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Jto., I
will send a recipe, that will ci 'eymi, kukk
OV CHAKOK. "JhlU ereitl lellltdv was
discovered by a minister in Sou-h America.
Send a hell-addieti-cd eiivi-iopt; to lhe Key.
Josfci-ii T. Inman, Station I)., New York
is uk a woman in anoiher column near
Spccr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
wincn rpeer 8 Port Orspi. wm id made,
that is so highly usicciiicd bv ihe medical
profession, for tho Use of iniutlid-, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by dimeihtH.
O. P.Cunninuliaiii, Uiainpuion. Iif.savR :
"I am selling a large atm tmt of Brown's
Iron Hitters, and it this the- hill n maikably
Disease. l'roIK IiHIl V Rlld P,isii,n. brine
Munkiti.t n u in I hi t. 'hM ftilmi'litu I. .r..i.i.u.t
an'ong them are Nervt iismni,, Niivmis De
bility, and unnatural weakness nf (Jcnem-
tive Organs; Allen's liiain pood fuctessfut
ly oVfrci'ines Ihi's.- troubles and teuton- the
sufferer to h its former v i lj r . il.- At dnii!:
To Die West.
There are a number of rain leidine to
the above menti.iried sec; it .p, bin lliu duett
anJ reliable loute is vet S-oui Liuii and
oV'-r the Miss uri Ptciu'e Bailwuy. Two
trail. s daily are run iroiii the Ot'uid' Liiiott
D. p"t, S out Louis to Kansas Cry. u-sven-wortli,
A'l liisoi', St JoAej.h and (linah.i.
Pullman Paht't- Sleepic'' Chih of the v,-rv
fir est make are h'Ih b-. I . all tiains.
At Kansas .( "it v Pn on Di e, a link., ni'. ta
for Kansas, (dorauu, New Mexico and Cal-
t rnin -i'"Bort W I'll ixpo is trttlfiS of all
At Atchison, c iincctioii i- netdc with
ex pruts trams for Kstitas aid Nebraska
At Omfilii, coiiin cti 'tt is made with tl v
Ovcrlanil train fur Calif inu.
This line olfers lo t-arie t nroii't. to the
Wept and Noillmtest, w t iiiy fust time
stnl suivi hir acc(ih)otla:ion, but heuiiiiiul
6ter!t iy, aj il pajst s thrtmcji the ii m at por
lion of Missouri and Nebrakt. t-nd for
illustfw'd mips, leiniphlets, Ac of this
line, width will be mailed Ircn,
C. B. KlSSAN, F. ( IIASPI.KK,
Ass't Oeu'l Pass. ,g fit. (icn'l Pas Ai-ctit.
Elys' Cream Hals .m, for the cure of Ca
tarrh. Hay Fever and Cold in lb ad, is an
article of decided merit, pos-ossing wonder
ful cleansing nd heabag prpertit. Pric
fiuc. Apply into nostrils with liule fiiigm,
ii-sirivK (i i:;
Fatal i ll and
i' .;x i.u
Ai'r.-al'le In t .
II IS T.IK IU-.1.
I1.iuI.m1i i D.nl'ni'Vs
it in Y k tat "f ue, 1 1,9
in, iiil-rmml irrllMnis,
iiillillii'l aid rot: It
aiirhi'i-a , pripHra
I I O l! I'f ll.ei;lil..l
liiriP. A.'i 'f tli't
llO'.f 11 lfiT II la llm
iitifl'Ps II "III l"
el,. 1 llif tin--t I
l ati"' o raUrtlia
iin, tMiahirf litillliy frril ei,a. Ii aUnya in-
. ...it I.... . ... .it, I... t.ii.:iilino.l !initu-a (if the
... ,1. inn i-it, c 'i - - . .- -
hvd frunt tnClli Imiul coMa, t (iinilt'le ' l" i s tl"1
a.in;s iirll ri'Sii' ti c M,re" nf lH' uinl anut,!.
Ki nt-ilt'U1 rt'ii ts nru rutins u i j " ' ,!
Hon" . .. . .... ..... ......
A TIIOPIH 'ill Till' A ' l lis ' "ti. I' him
Crt'Stn U 'liii lts taiiiid nil i-iivlnl) i' l. iualitm
wlicri vcr klitiwn;tli"ilclni! "'! "Ui'-r rt 'ratlina.
t f.... ,. 1.,. . ..in a. Ii,j full I. Iiioiiiiilnii ami
rt'llalile t-'thiionlil. m n.nl.. rr, pni.l ! c-nla
packai; urnmpn renuvi'ii. .-ni an wnun-
I. ...! ...ImII A. ili'ifiala.
KJ.V St Ith. AM IIAI.il ".
luii'iin, N. V
OUGHT TO KNOW.
Thoro exist s n moans of se
curing ft solt and brilliant
t'oninlfivion, no innller how
poor it may naturally we.
llnsan s Jliiirnoliii J.alm is a
delicaio and harmless nrti
He, which instantly removes
Frock les, Tan. Kedness,
Kouhness, Eruptions Vul
gar Flushings, ele., etc. So
dellcnto and natural aro its
effects that its uso is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has tho right to
present n disllgured lace In
Hoclety Mhen tht MagnolU
Halm Is sold by all druggists
lor 75 cents,
W'IIIim.iI til.l lv a.l.ln"'ll
, n Atirl iHa T ALOOIJK
l.iiuiii..i'ls Suit., Cii Ml
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11,1.. .,liv M.,l tl.illil l,.ll"
M,lriMK l iil..Oii.'. Iti'l'i" ll a""
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