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THE USS OP BiCHMQND HILL
"IIusli, Auilroy! for lleuveu's sake!
You know 1 have no love to Rivu you.
It hurts me to pee ym lower your wom
anhood thus. My 'friend, my sister, let
us forget this fonlish Heene imagine it
as unreal as this mad love of yours, that
will pass away like iiiorninR dew bo
neath the warmth nf .soma good man's
love Mum day. Come, dear, do not add
to my troubles bv this wayward freak
cf your untried lieart. (J ft up, dear:
'tis not lit that the knee should bend
In supplieation to any hut the King of
"i on are my kin;,', my love, my mas
tor. Let man kneel to Cod and woman
kneel to man, the ruler of love, for
which one lives. Hob, L beseech yon to
ay one hopeful word to me. .Now Jes
sie is lost to yon, will you not win con
tent from nit V"
i "Jussio is not lost yet. I will win her.
Sho Is the only woman I will call wife.
Show me her fetter. 1 insist you have
it in your pocket., Come, (five'it to me.
It is all I win take from you. Do not
anserine; 1 cannot trust myself to lie
patient. Give me tho letter."
Audrey rose slowly, compelled by the
sternness of his unflinching eyes.
Instinctively she put her hand in bet
Bob heard a nu-tle of paper, and
taking tioiu ot tier hand, drew out i lie
' She made one effort to retain it, but
tie lorcefl it trom tier and read:
Dear Acnimv : our letter ohoitpi) mo
that you gharri! Dr. H i nor's bet fur Jielirijient
ot my unhiippv piimtmn. I ito nut write to re-
r roach ( hi. Vtiii were I'tit tain inoiithpleri..
do not wlhh In npfti dlil wound. I only hope
von maj never mller-tmin the unclim itnlile
juifrmeiit nf ono wbn might to keep tuith if
all tbfl world were false. I have fcivn In nt
last. Whin iish to flcht f linrlt-haiirtpil mnilnst
fate? Nnt lilntr rim matter since ltolj can bo
lide ill of mi', no 1 nm irnliig to le nmmoi to
Ki Vciiniinnri- on Wi'iliiisilay, trie 14th. I
hato him, but diice n inula! bus cuiipleil our
immf , ll Ih my only cnursc 1 am only twin
ty, am! upon the ?vi of my marring", yet I
pray (iml may release nie soon from the ml
cry ef llvlnir. (loini-live. believe you bavo
tried to bi l ni ti'l uii'. For that I thank you,
ami entreat you, nume day in Uie tariff fu
ture, wh"ii you are Hob's wife, to be loyal aid
lovintr to him for tbii snkft (if the woman who
would hare die! to give him bspplno!.
"JFSU V HSMMORB."
Bob bent las condemning gaze upon
Audrev with the one word:
II o . nv it all, and understood how
this woman's cruel love had stood be
tween Lim and his dearest treasure,
parting them as a dam divides waters
that would flow toother forever if left
unchecked in their joyous course.
Just then Le could' feel no compas
sion for the woman who had sinned for
love of him. lb- only felt bitter con
tempt and loathing.
Seeing it, a lilt!--cry of anguish broke
iroru ner ;:i s. ami she ma her face in
her shaking hand
"I did it bf-cause I loved you, Hob.
"Never! If your scheme succeeds,
tou kill two heaits with one cruel blow.
I nee it all. My darling never had my
letters, and Wliews 1 rcsignwl her to a
fate 6he dreaded worse than dtath. (!o,
and never darken my doors again. You
are no Ct companion for my sister,
whose life is Riud and true. .o!"
Audrev drairged herself to the dor.
then, with a strons ellort, collected all
the force of her will, and went out into
the summer Hiii-hine, subdued, hit
proudly resentful for the dire defeat
that had come upon her.
Wednesday dawned bright and clear.
Jessie, artaved in a lovely costume of
grey plush aud silk, with a bonnet niadu
of some prey liid'.s feathers, waited,
buttoning her Ions; gloves.
Her face ha 1 a hard, set expression.
The hour was sadly near that should
bind her to the man she bated.
With keen regiet she thought how
(liffereut she would ieej if Hob were to
be the bridegroom.
Itej, instead of meeting them at the,
church, in his fear of auvthing hap
pening to part him tmin 'Jessie, had
como from his hotel, and now waited
impatiently lot the carriages.
Two or 'throe .,d friends of Mrs.
Vennimore waited uneasily, thinking
it a queer wedding.
There came a loud knock at the door.
Jessie shook and paled strangely.
Could it lie a reprieve?
Hardly had the thought passed, when
two gentlemen rushed past tbe servants
who would have announced them, and
Mob and John I)ean stepped each to
Jessie's side, John saving in a linn
"This man:a:.;e must be delayed."
,r- . i .... ...
mi an oain rex woum nave sprung
upon I Soli, but John put out, his Hercu
lean hands, and pinioned him with tin)
strength of a trianl.
"I)on't do that, or I'll get you out of
the way on a i-hartic n assault. Vim
have won that lady '& consent by fraud.
Let her Ik-it I :. l;,o nm-' explanation;
then if she still wN'ies to be your wife,
we'll withdraw ijuictl;, ,v
Jessie, at sight nf lloh's changed but
loving looks, spi.mg into his nuns, sav
ing: "Jlobl TV ib'. take me hoini
He held her c'.om'. while
terse way he reel;. t tie
wicked love, and In n ! I
in a clear,
i y of liex'sj
till an old
1 aid biiid,
them was a de.i.l c.
gent tenia it ttej.j . I p.
"1 wish to he free fi
s w nines, w e will
"in that man, to
marry l)r. Ilavnur. if
In- w ill liave me.
"I in Sold. w I leaven.
said l!ex be-
tweeu Ins teeth.
"Yes," aiisvwie.l Juhn I)ean,"sold by
a power that kimvo inir value. Come,
llob, bring Mi-s N'eimiiuorc awav."
"Stop her. ii n d In i . "
"No. Ilex, I cannot. We have w rong
ed her enough, (in. dear, and Hod Mens
The clouds of Borrow were lNtpi scd,
and henceforth joy and peace md-d the
hearts of J.Iob l!a)iior and the I.vioif
j in; iyv.
Dr. II. I'. Il'iiiiilton .viys that at Ic:!
once a day girln -Inmld have their halt
vti taken oil', !l,e har-. let down mid im
JUl JOO-lf 111. i' Vlilllll' COl!.". "I IlllStlll'llll'S
may he very eul' i I. an I roinping very
tingnnlc"!, hut one i-, (he mIuhIow, the
other the suli-ianee, of healthful exer
cUe." A bronze door-tei, inscribe.! with tlm
name of Nelun'lunl'ie..ttr, hni ju-t beeu
pluced in the Uriti-ii .Mu-ciiin, U ww
taken from tlie grcut tcinile of K.-S-igil,
it Korifippi, mi l, as it record ' ine
Kiue' rciioraii'in to health, w:n pur.
hps n voI.vm otl'etiti;'.
Salt Water Sonar.
The Feu In n city el' Mnliinj; st recti
Anil I'ouMaio ii ei uiiililini w.'i lie;
Ami tlie imei.fr- then in me aire utlilote
Thill line: li lien n -I riieiurc I ill Ih,
Willi "a windy d.iy," when its toltciinK
( niii t ii iii h o iu ii I ion t their fur
W in n their Iim.m - lire shalli red they HH.V "Jt
limn i s."
And, ii VI led lit lenplh, "It clem."
Tliev hit loo loud to I, linn, 'tis ii. I in her eye
'I'imt Mhe - ii n ii'i'i lier r-liveriiml ifold
'l'o Irlll.d oil 11 ell' lot-, while -lie lives illtll
ll;il W in n would M wonilllt lie told?
'J'liey lie ei, I lie pule linly, and, I r lr 1 1 i 1 1 ti tu pout
Ai Hie li i kil.,' rool- slit1 rear-,
"Nmi Inidn'l Hiir better put u ml out,
( ii i-1 j 1 1 n r l lie rent- in nn ear-W
Tln ti. -Iiiiklnir Willi iiliiifhter, i tort her In try
Not to yet I nil 1 1 1 . v more;
W I ' n the ioi.icIvIch v l:nl - collie hw i ) inu t j'
An I t-w iikow the rool nil n ro ir.
Tbey nk how. hi r iiiiiii i-. nndwhj -lie loolin
1- -lie i ulllinir to Illlike rcpilll
A i d w by duii'i llie iiidy. i In li.is ii m an,
I.i t loin in uiiiLe her vn.-t id! or- 't
Then tile -Oil III'.' (folilen II lllllpet--H ike up n
And tin lilinlue iilhleteH H dance;
And they ii-k him to Join ilicin -ill" "Man of
1 1n- Moon
Who i- ready to Jump nt t tic clinnce.
Mid tnelivly -olt a- i he voice rd m now,
And tnu-ie wniild hhatier our ears,
They wail, on the wines, mid, ta..in ill lev,
Dip dow II ill it deep Willi their Phi-.
A TALE TROM REAL LITE.
tJV V.KTT WINWimn.
Mrs. Beaman tossed asidfl the letter
she had lieen perusing, a frow n con
tracting her heavy brows.
"it is from Aunt U'augh," she said,
addressing tier husband. "Tho old
witch has taken it into her head to pay
us another visit. 1 hoped we had seen
the last of her ten years ago. That
woman's vitality is something remark
able. We have 'been looking for her to
die ever since 1 can remember."
"When is she c ininu'." Mr. Herman
Inquired, his tone betokening cacer in
terest. "To-day. 1 he letter, for smiio rea
son, has I'm -en de!aed on the way.
may look for her now at any ni uiiont."
"I have heard u say that Mrs.
Waitgh is very rich?"
"Yes. She inut be worth several
hundred thousand. And she has no
near relatives to inherit her property---no
one nearer than ourselves "
"Ah!" A greedy gl.ttcr shone in
Mr. I Seaman's eyes. Leaning forward,
be laid his hand lightly upon his wife).
"Who knows but voiir gieat-annt may
select ;'." for her lu-ire-s, KstherV: he
whibpeied. "Tei haps that is the object
of Ler present vi.-it."
"I wish to Heaven she would. "
"It is not unlikely. She can't take'
her money into the other world it
must be le'ft to .-"!ne one. I advise you
to make i.., i... -1 of this oppm tuu'ity.
Shu 'lie the cards we'd. Ks'hei, vuu may
win tbe day.''
Mrs. lieaman cave her head a toss.
"1 know on which :! my biead is
buttered, .lame. I en be "as atlable
and crincing as the next one. The old
witch will never kn"w hum roe howl
hate and despite her."
"It is always be-t to m a little diplo
mncy with r.i'icli people."
Diaw ing his chair nearer, he added,
in a suppre. -sed tone;
"I may as well let. jou mto a little se
cret, K.ther. M business isiiotwliat
it has been. I have been running be
hind for .some months. I 'uless relief
comes from some qoaiter, we aie ru
ined." 'Ruined, Jarnesy''
"Hush! It's no use pro' iaining the
fact to tli? whole household. Our ex
penses are heavy, nnd I scarcely know
which way to turn to meet fhei'n. Our
daugh.'er Marcia is just, coming out,
and ot course will be inoie of a burden
than ever. It won't do to stint her in
any way; now is In r time toeatch young
CaMIeton for her hu.-hand. 'J he young
er childien must lie pi i Aided for.
t-very thing depends upon I his crotche
ty old unman. hci viit i most o)i
portune, utter all. It will be wt II woilh
while to li i ii 1 the way into her good
Mrs. Ileatiian leaned her head upon
her hand. She was a pnuid, an, hit urns
woman, and had been neatly distuilied
by her bu-baiid's wools,
"1 h id no idea alfairs were iu so bad
a condition," she said, aftei a paust!.
"Marcia must be warned, or she will
take no pains to make hei.a It anieeable
to the old lady. ( ur chaui es ot inher
iting her money are not. so had. There
is but one person I n-ally fe;n ."
"Who is that.'."
"Von have heard hip speak of Or
UudiJ Vaiie'. She bole the samo rela
tion to Aunt Wangh that I d"."
''Sim lived with the old lady for eiuo
years, as uu adopted daught-'r. That
wan long ago. She (inallv manied
against our gieat-aunt's wishes, and
was (thscardeil. She is dead now, as is
nlso her liustiamt. l'.ut I have been told
they left a daughter, who must now lie
a young lady."
Aim you look upon this girl a a
"Ves. Aunt Waugh was extremelv
fond of her mother until they qnai relied
and separated. She might iclent, at
any moment, and think it her duty to
hunt up the child.'"
"We must tako care of that," Mr.
Hemmm iinsweied. significantly.
An hour later Mrs. Waugh 'arrived.
A bent, wrinkled old woman of nearly
eighty, with a grim, hard face, and the
blunt manners of ono accustomed to
bo obeyed. There was a wistful, almost
Pathetic look In her keen, may eyes,
however, as slio stood in the liiu'idsonio
drawing room, holding Mrs. I'.eamnn's
JeweJIed hand in her own.
"Yon nnd I arp among Hip last of our
raco, Esther," nhr aid. "It is a pity
w have neon so little of cacti other"
"It has not been mv fault," Mrs. liea
nian auswewd, sweetlv. "I would glad
y have welcomed you to mv home and
lieart at any time, dear aunt. I hope
you have come to remain."
Mrs. Waugh produced an ear-trump-j'tfroiQutiderhtir
costly India shawl.
You must ppeuk a liuitj louder, niece,"
she saul, placing the trumpet to tier
ear. 'J do not hear so well us I once
"JIayn I got to scream myself
hoarse? ' sho Hint tered. "This In inoro
than I bargained for."
At this moment a babel of com
mingled Bounds arose from the garden
uiidurnfatli tlio open window. Them
wjre screams and cries, thn dull thud
of blows, and a vollev of angry woiilw,
such as will not bear lopeatlng, becntno
audible In the confusion
"Whi.frt that." cried Mrn. Waugh.
CAIRO liULLKTtN: .SUNDAY MOIiMNtl, SUITE
starting, and holding the trumpet to
lll'l e.ll .
"Tlio children nt play." Mrs. lleaman
answered, sweetly. "Tho little dears
are Having a vacation, nnd enjoy it
greatly. '1 hey are so full of life and
spirit, tho little angels! Do you like
children, Aunt Waugh?"
"Humph! yes-wheu they keep their
"Mine will be no annoyance to you.
They are confined to the nursery," for
the most part. 1 tiavo engaged a new
governess, who will be hero to-morrow.
Their liberty will bo restricted when
she is here to look after them."
Mrs. Waugh complained of fatigue,
and was soon shown to her chamber
the most luxurious in tho house. As
she closed l he door and looked around,
a smile that was half quizzical and
wholly sad parted her thin lips.
"If I want genuine affection and hon
esty, it is useless looking for it here,"
.she sighed. "Hut 1 shall not go aw a?
at once. My relatives may improve up
on further acipiaintance. It would bo
pleasant to find one who would love me
for m self."
The next morning, as she sat at the
brcakfaM-table -liuni which the child
ten hud been banished -she said, abrupt
ly: "I feci the weight of my years nnne
and more. I am an old, old woman
now, and cannot expect to live much
"Nonsense," said Mr. I'eaman; "you
are ci'i nt tor an bundled."
"No; the grim messenger miuht cont
at auv time. It behooves me to set my
woiidly aii.iirs in order."
"I hive j mi not done so aheady'.''
Mrs. Hciinan iinjiiiied, with an anxiety
imnos-ible to conceal.
"No. 1 wished to a ii i o myself
what was the best use that could bo
made of my mom y."
"Perhaps you will endow a school, or
found an a-ylum?"
"Oh.no. ' 1 have thoiicht sometimes
Hn.-baud and wife waited ;n vain for
their gue.-t to continue. Her head
drooped thoughtfully -she did not Utter
another wmd through the nn :tl.
"1 wonder if Mm can le thinking of
(lertnnle.- ' Mrs. Jleauian s;. d to her
self. "If .-tie r-r't-ets her haishness ia
driving hi i m ,: .-'
She Vie, r -oli d to find nnt. and the
oppoitiurlv : '-iii ptesen'fd itself. It
happt )" 1 ! hat - he!':..! m her possession
a imilraa ci in rtrudu am,'. DainteiJ
on ivory ij:e that Had i.een mveii to
her twenty yeais betoie. "he now
brought it down from the old titiuk iu
the attic, where it had lain so long
neglected, and placed it on the table
near which Mis. Watich preferred to
The reu!t was all that could be de
sired. The rest less old tourers soon got
hold of the pictureshe held it up, star
ing at it a moment, a sttange blending
ot soi row anger, and regiet in her
wrinkled face. Suddenly she started
"How dand you put that picture in
my way, Ksther I'eaman." uhp cried,
stamping her foot. "How dared you?"
. came the ha't-iiight-"I
I did not know it
Thm't tell me that. I kno.. better."
Mrs. Waugh moved slowly toward the
door. Tlieie was a blur' ts foie her
eyes t'.ui i:u;'e tears fell down her
yellow f.iec. Witti her band on the
Knoli, she looked hack, and made an
ftlort to Speak.
' 1 d.d a ( iin 1 tiling in in sendinc
(it-itrude a.Mtv. The tidings came sev
ral ear-. ag that sh" was dead, and
bad c)t an .','i! ' hiid. I was too prm.d
and stub!"., n '.' inteiest mvself m t!;e
matter a' the Line.
Die Stcrv Wa t; t;,.v
Do you km
".No,' M;.-. l'.-aniaii an.-weied. glib'v.
"I'.UL 1 le.-l MM i'lied to doubt it. h
seems to ;
son wj.o .
I .'-h'"iM have known if it
M I' I.
he is the
onld scarcely control
dour dosed between
.'!" she ciied. biting her
',1-1 ever imagine tier as
;, :. h iionsfiise'. All is
;i till ever appear."
r ialei . w Idle Mrs. I'.t-a-iinin.i!
ing, the. tloor-hell
'.' a seivaut looked in.
i e el iiiv-.s, madiirn." he
L'ivint; wa !
o-t sh.,M tl,
..Half an ho
man s! id o i
ran?;. !'i. m i
said, in a
ci tul tone. i HI vo'i
See l.e '
" V'oll ;u ,.
sharp lone .
Slmw tier in li' te."
Iiiey?" she said, in a
i.e. "lhu young pci-km-y
was so kind as to
1 oil ;,,(,;.;
music, ;is v
iy ' 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 lor kucii a
on teach blench and
as the more common
Von may consider youi
1 he amouiit of the, sal
l.i en stipulated in my
w:h Madam l'inkney
el' r to it again. Von
sen enuageii. ;
aiy tins aire , id
Col esjioli'li lice
- We lu eil lut I I
Will he ( Mir, ti
clialLre of the .
tu take tho entne
rge oi the onm.oT elnldren, ano as
sist Murciu in liei ii-ncli lessons."
"I shall ti to plci.ic yi it), madam."
"Humph! I hopeso.' Now ring Unit
bell on the table. One. of tho servants
will show urn to (he room you are to
The'ghl turned to obey; but just as
she reached the table her glance hap
pened to fall upon the portrait of 'er
trude Vane, which Mis. Waucli had
lelt lyimr tlnne, the face upturned.
A sl.au It d ciy broke from her lipn.
llearim' it. Mis. Penman looked round
shai nl . She was a'ltonished to see the
gnt kissing the p..i 1 1 ait with a wild sort
"What me yon doing?" she angrily
Tim girl's pretty face giew pink with
"PoigiM' me, madam. I could riot
help it. The picture iM VArUf n,y dead
mother, l). how strange it seems to
lind it here.''
llveiy limp of blood in Mrs. P.eaman'U
Veins seemed turning to jce. s,lie start
ed up. her eses dilated, 1(,r l(i,ul i)t,ut,
ing strangely, (iertrmle Vane had
married aiiivy. Why did slm not think
Of it beloie?
"Aie you i ;erti ude Vane's daughter?"
she ulniost hissed.
"Ves, I hat wan mamma's maiden
name, lint you know tier, imniam?"
"I. (Vilainly not." M,s, ;namlm
broke into a hoarse- laugh, er wltrt
weie slowly coming hack. She realized
the in -rent necessity lor "( t in the girl
mil ot the house-nl once imd forever
Indole she nnd Mrs. Waugli cnmi) ill
contact w iih each other.
"I ill'l not know 'iur mnilier I nev
er make Iricndships with tlna diisn of
pcraius.'' bho lepeaU'd, ecorufully.
"Pdit I've heard of her; nnd no Rood,
for that matter. Please consider our
agreement cancelled. No earthly con
.nler.it ion would Induce inn to recelva
(iertrude Vane's daughter into my
"What hud poor mamma dono that
you should tin n against me,
"1 decline to enter into explanations.
"Hut I have no money f am penni
less!" sobbed the girl. "I spent my
lust dollar in getting here. What am I
"That is youi concern," Mrs. I teaman
haughtily replied. "1 do not feel called
upon to provide for you. You cannot
remain here, lie good enough to go at
The poor soul ceased to plead, but
her step was heavy and dejected as she
turned away. Mrs. I teaman fell back
in tier chair, quite faint w itli apprehen
sion and excitement.
"What a narrow escape!" she mutter
ed, wiping her hot forehead.
Miss tirey was groping her way
through blinding tears to the Jiouse
door. when a yellow, jewelled hand fell
tightly upon her arm. Mrs. Wauh had
descended from tier chamber just in
time to encounter her on the way out.
" Von are crying,"' she said, kindly.
"What is the matter?"
The girl's tears Unwed faster than
ever at lieai ing the voice of sympathy.
In half-a-dozen sentences she told tier
"I fell so sure of tho situation," she
said, in conclusion. "Madam l'inkney
told me the matter was .settled. And
now 1 have no money to take me away
no friends to whom I can no."
"Take courage, mv dear," she said.
"You shall be pro hied for."
Pcfoiethe other realized her inten
tion, she had draw n her forcibly hack
to the draw imr-rooin door, and the
next instant the tin i stood bet'oie Un
dismayed mistress of the house.
"Tliis child tells me you have de
clined to employ tier, Kstiior," said the
old lady. "Pray reconsider the de
cision, and give hVr a trial. I shall re
gard it as a peisonal favor."
Never in all tier life had Mrs. P.eanian
been so near an a' tack of genuine hys
terics. Just for a moment she lanced
all was lost. Her sight failed, lid heart
turned to sickens.
"1 know nothing of the child," Mrs.
Waugh lesuiued; "but that face is one
to be ' tntsted anywhere, If you turn
her away, I shaH fee! it my ibfty to be
Mrs. Teaman gasped once or twice,
then succeeded in controlling herself.
She was a shrewd woman, ami took Iht
cue instantly. And so her aunt had
not di.scoveied the girl's identity.? it
might still be possible to keep the se
cret. Put not by sending her awav at
once. Thai course would enlist Mrs.
Wauch's sympathies st iii more power
fully, and the t.mth w.nild be sure to
come to light.
"I would do anything in the world to
oblige you, dear aunt," she said, sweet
ly. "1" may have been a little hasty in
dealing with the girl. If she will come
up to my dressing-room. I will talk the
matter oei with her. and see wimt can
She rose, and Miss (irey gratefully
nrepai"d to follow her out. Ihe old
Iad detained her for anoth-r won!.
"If on tail to come to an agreement ,
my dear, be sure to call I'm Mis. Waugh
before leaving the bouse. 1 will see
that some other refuge is lound."
" 1 hank you, madam.
Mrs. Pe.mian was relieved to see that
the mention of her aunt's name bad no
effect upon the girl. It seemed to be
strange to her ears. Pvidently (Ier
trude Vane hud new r r-poktm it "in her
daughtei s hearing.
".lorllike her." sle- unUeicd. "i ier
trude was alwavs just so nioud and ret-
he might have sfat veil.
hrst oveiti.res toward recom-ihati.
would new r have come from her.''
The moment t hey were .shut into her
dressiiig-n oiu ,iioii'. ahj .-aid. sharply,
tin- r i inu.mg
"N.OV let US Coll
ing. Your ninth'
the proper person to icceivej under my
i o if as iustructie -s to my children. To
von, personally, 1 have no objection.
JjO'.vever. 1 will consent to employ yuu
for the piPM-nt. on tw o con litmus""'
" . madam. "i a;.- very, very kind."
"In tli" !'.-" j .!.K" . -n are to drop
your p:e nt n,:m t'.iknvg any other
that ).ei pi. M."
"Papa s m ; o i vn-a Muait. lean
be T.ois Stuait, if you think best."
"That will do. o lor the second
condition. Mrs. Waugh is veiv ec-
do not can- to have her on in-
I i nt ate terms with yon.
promise me to avoid her
possible, and on no ,m coin
tell her imue of vonr hist
as much as
it are you to
oi v than she
" I do pi onn'se."
The gul's lone was half sad. Her
heart had gone out. already to the old
woman who had spoken so kindly to
le-r, and she would have been glad to
claim her as a I riend.
"Veiywell. twill send you to your
room, and you can lay aside your
w raj is."
Hlien Mr. I'eaman returned home,
and heard the reinaikable story from
his wife's lips, he was almost "beside
himself with rag" nnd apprehension."
"It is fate," lie fumed. "Not ding else
could have brought, the, two together
undor m roof nt a I hue so inopportune.
'J In- giil must march trom heie as soon
a. it can lie manage. I."
"OI course." Mrs. lkaiiinn answered,
look'ui; at, hint significantly, "Hut
when she goes it luusl be under such
ciiei, iu tances that, Aunt, Waugli will
be triad to get id of her."
It happened the next day that the old
lady met the new governess tor a mo
ment on the s' nil -i. She paused, drop
pine lu-r two hands gently on the girl's
" I hope vmi like ynir situation, my
il"ar? ' she s.ui I.
" I am t l ying to do my dot v. madam."
Mrs. Waugh smiled at tint evasion.
"1 uinler-it ind. listher's children (ir!
a hard lot to get along with. I see them
occasionally in the gionmh and about
the bouse. I would sooner have the
same number of savages to manage."
Then dropping her voice, she added:
" What is ynni liaiim, dear?"
Mrs, Waugh echoed it with a start.
"Why, that is mv mime, too. We
nittfhtlo be better friends than over.
Will you come nnd sit with me when
you aie at, leisure?"
The girl glanced up and down the
hall, a Hush i ising in her checks.
"I should In- ghid. Hut -tint -Mrs.
lieaiuaii would not like it," she falter
ed, him y ing precipitately away.
That same evening Pouis ( astleton
called to see Marcia. He had been ab
sent on it Hying trip to the South, and
had recently lelurned. Mrs. Waugh
liked tl in young man at once, lie
seemed frank, honest nnd ingenious
qualities sho knew how to appreciate.
There wns plenty of gay, cheerful
talk, ami finatty the young man asked
for mimic. Mnrcia was jin Indifferent
nertoi mnr on tho piano, and her v6ice
had lint little compass, though she wan
always ready to display it. Mm. Waucli
listened, an odd twinklo In her bead
like eyes. Finally sho turned to her
MR I? It 10, mss.
(iemined with Pearls.
A mouth ociiniicil with pools themes
niniiuiiiM very time, it opuiH. Tim contrast
between the ruby of lovely lips it ml the.
pearly teeth they i nduced h ,s winged the
luiicy of nniny ii pod. SOZODUiNT, fair
ones, is the thing thut moht conlritiuti s to
adorn the limimiie ni,,uth. It is pure, it is
Hi-oumiic, ii n 't'tiiis the imini il color ot ticth
iiicinsle.l with yellow tiiriur. No gritty or
oilier ohji ctininhle ingiedient contaminates
it, its oilor is balmy, nnd it piirilii H oprm
through. " '
I luivc used Hy'.s ( n iim Halm I'm ll .y
Fever, and t-vjn i icncil Kiciit relief. I immt
cordially tecoii'inetiil it us llm lust of all
tho iminy leinclics I have tried. T. I!,
tctiks, biwM r, (iimd li ..pills, Mich.
I Vice ."iO cell':..
Had ( use of st. Vitus Dunce.
.Minister, is tin-t-inguirtr muim of n town
situated in Augliii.n Co., Ohio. It is the
residence of Mr. J. Hrnnilcivie, who suites:
"S iimu itii'i Nciviiio permanently cured toy
son of u i. ml ca-e oi Si. Vitus Dam c." $ .00
MicKieii m Arnica, .salve
The lb. ht -t've ti the ivorhl for Cuts,
Hi lli.-1-l., ,So,. I'lcelS, .S:i',t KI l'UIII, FcVlT
Sores, Tetter, ('lnippcd linn, In, (.'hilhinins,
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t s ilistuclio'
0".. t-'or Pile by Hutclny
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