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A Fashionable Penitent.
D-.'n't you tMnk that my suit li stylish?
You see It's the true Lenten grav.
Lou's la Mark, but I think this in bYtter;
More appropriate, too, every day.
Then just look at the little nun' bonnet,
With almost no trinimlnir. vou see.
And the chatelaine with prayer book hung on
I think It's as euto as can I e.
Ton know It's the latent French fashion
To dross very plainly tn Lent,
And lay aside the Jewels and laces,
To show your religious intent.
So I n-.sdp up my mind that this season,
For a change, I'd be verv devout.
Hut that cbureh twice a day is fatiguing
sha:l find, ere Lent's over, no doubt.
It is'nt the afternoon service.
Hut getting up early, I nunJ.
Still the nir s are a.l going to do it,
And 1 don't want to be left behind.
Besides, the new curate is charming;
His reading: is perf' clly tweet.
Fsnny Hsrrl is filly about him
That girl bus no end of conceit!
Whr. she reallr thinks he admires her:
So she (roes in for church work, you know;
That s wby she s soawruliy pious
Good by, if . vou really mutt atii.
Mrs. l. P. Handy, in Harper'6 Bazar.
Down on the Jersey shore, in a little
brown houso with tinpainteJ floors,
lived Lucy Gray, the flower of the fish
ing village of" Salttish the toast of
every fUhcr-lad between Jersey City
and Cape May.
Lney was a" delicate little thin, with
a wild-rose color, pohlen hair, and
deep, dark eyes, that had a trick of
drooping shyly beneath their lon
lashes whenever youug Mr. Thornhill
rode by the cottajre on his thorough
bred horse, and bowed low to her as
6he sat by the open window at her sew
ing; and Mr. Thornhill's bay horso
seemed to turn that way so naturally,
that Lucy's father at last took tho
They were "Friends" quiet, well
meaning people, who, if not rich, had
at least been respectable all thoir
And George Thornhill was "of tho
world's people." his life was one long
holiday of pleasure; his great marble
Louse on the hill was a very temple of
luxury, over which his only sister
reigned as mistress, though only at his
Friend Peter Gray, and his good
wife, Lucy, 6hook their head3 over
their young landlord's evident admira
tion of their one ewe lamb. And be
tween them. In solemn council, it was
arranged that Peter should speak to
him civilly but seriously, the very next
time that ne passed by.
The same evening, as the old folks sat
by the kitchen fire, which the cold sea
breeze rendered needful, summer
though it was, a great surpriso came to
Lucy, who had gone on an errand to
the next house, came in, earlier than
they had expected. The 'Younc
Squire" (as the fishers generally calle3
him) was with her. He led her to her
parents, bowing his handsome head
reverently before them.
I love" your daughter dearly," he
said, "Will you give her to me for my
"Our Lucy!" cried Peter Gray, as
soon as ho could speak for astonish
ment "Why, thee might marry the
daughter of the President, Friend
Thornhill, if theo liked!"
"But I don't like," said the youn
Squire, with a smile in his deep blue
eyes. "I have never seen the girl, ex
cept Lucy, that I could love;" and she
is fond of me, though you may not
think so. Why, I have looked forward
to marrying her ever sinco I first saw
her sittiug at yonder window, with a
cluster of apple blossoms in her hair."
"An eternity, indeed!" said Friend
Gray. "I waiu-d seven years for her
mother, and I loved her dearer every
moment of those seven years, I think."
"liut there is no need of such a de
lay in our cast;," said the young Squire,
"Perhaps not Cut under one year
we cannot give our consent' said
Friend Gray consulting his wife hr t
look. "At the end of a year thee may
take her, Friend Thornhill not bo.
In vain the young Squire fumed and
fretted. The quiet Quaker was "set in
hia way," and Lucy, knowing the groat
Tjoncession that he had already mado,
dared not plead for moro. For it had
been the dream and hope of her par
ents to see her tho wife of some steady
young Friend, whe would dwell with
her on a small farm noar thoir own.
Suoh a young Friend Indeed existed,
who would willinjly have carried out
his own part of that peaceful pre
frammo; but Lucy, who had always
ean so gentle to Charlos Deane before
ner own heart was touched, had scarce
ly a civil word to offer him during tho
lone year of her conditional betrothal
Yet Charles Doane came to the brewa
cottage all the same, talking chiefly to
iter parents during hi. -i.:.? v....
t , . "V v
"(s '"UK. aa looks at Lucy that it
tried her patience terribly to ignore.
That suinm.r dragged on wearily
enonga for Lacy Gray. Throughout
each week there was only the work's
work to do, of mending, making, wash
Ing, baking, and attending to the ecirs
the fowls, ami the butter.
At dusk on Saturday evening, the
whole house was in the neatest order,
and all signs of labor done away.
On the Sabbath no cooking was done
and food waa eaten cold, while the
family spent most of the day in the
olemn silence of a Quaker meeting;
and on the Monday thero was the same
dull round for Luey to begin again.
It was not dull to her parents. They
enjoyed the perfect calm.' They were
happy Id their home, In each other,
and in their only child, and lito bad
nothing bettor to otTor them than this
ever-roctirring routine of domostio and
Hut Lucy had listened from hor enr-
Host remembrance whenever tho neisrh
V,- ll I .1 . ...rii ...... . .
vuis iihuu Buout "inornniu liufi, as
most or them called the great houso on
tho hill. h
She had never ontcred iu doors, yet
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buo unuerswoa periectly now diUoroiil
ly existence went on thero. 6ho knew
all about tho magnificent carpets and
furniture, the curtains over tho great
Bay windows swooping to tho floor,
velvet for the winter months, costly
lace lined wita rose-color lor the sum
She bad heard of the marble statues.
the costly chandeliers, the crand circu
lar staircase that went up aud around
to the very roof, tho stainod-slass win
dows on every landing.
Miss Thoruhili'a lmuorted toilettos.
all aglow with color, might bo seen bv
anyono who choso to bo iu tho ona
street of Saltfish when tho baroucho.
landau rolled slowly by.
as ior tne greenhouses, hot-houses,
ana iorcinomts. was not the h i nt
lhornneld all one glitter in tho sun
smne every day with tho acres of
"glass" over which MeClearv. thn
Bcotcn gardener, presided?
ine poor little Friend looked sadlv
out through tho rummer from her drab
colored life upon this luxury and splen-
uur, longing 10 snare it, but only bo
cause it all belonged to "Goortrp.'
ller head and heart were full of her
betrothed, and she so seldom saw him
now, except for a few brief iuonieuts
in tho presence of her mother, before
whom they were both naturally ton o-no-
. 1 1 1 i ' o
ueu ajiu auasnea.
She saw how theso restraints annov.
ed and worried him. and sho did not
wonder that he camo less often when,
in tne bright midsummer, his sister
2 I I ,1 1 ... .
uueu iue irreai pouso wnn ner own
friends bright young bnlles from the
city, before wuoso gay and fashionable
presence Lucy shrank away timid and
George Thornhill was forcei to play
the host to all these fair guests, he told
her, when he enmo to excuse his ab
sence. Sho acquiesced; and she heard
cf the riding and driving nartios. the
sails upon the lake, and the strolls ly
moonlight, with perfect eoruposure,
until the gossip of tho neighborhood
assigned one of these fair belles to
George Thornhill, and to him alone.
lhen Lucv grew jealous. Sho said
nothing, but she took au opportunity
one ploasant afternoon of watching the
return of the equestrians ou a side road
leading from her house to Thornhill
Yes! There they were, precisely as
people had said. George, her own
George no longer, perhaps, was riding
at the briJle-reiu of the beautiful Miss
He did not even see Lucy as they
passed by, though sho stood gazing
sadly at him under a drooping elm by tho
wayside. But Hiss Ilford, gorgeous
Egyptian princess that sho was, saw,
and evidently recognized her rival.
Such a scornfully triumphant glanco
as she cast on her, utterly ignoring the
pale and perfect loveliness of her face,
but taking in each detail of her un
fashionable attire lingoring over it
with that air of pitying wonder with
which one woman knows so well how
to crush another.
Nor was this all. As Lucy shrank
back under the drooping branches of
the elms, ashamed of herself, and still
more ashamed of her
Quaker garb, a
second lady, moro proud and imperi
ous, but not so young or handsome as
Miss Ilford, reined her horse up by the
"You can see for yourself, Lucy
Gray, where my brother's heart is giv
en,' she said harshly. "He loves Kato
Ilford with all his soul, but he is a
ma of honor, and he will never toll
her so unless you set him free. And
that," she added scornfully, "you will
never do, I suppose. You "will not lose
the chance of marrying tho richest
man in the State. liut I shall halo
you, always! Never will I call you
'sister,' remember that! And when
you enter George's homo I leave it. I
will countenance no low boru beggar
as my brother's wife!"
Meek as was Lucy, by naturo and by
training, her cheeks Hushed crimson,
and her dark eyes flashed tire at this
"I am no beggar, Miss Thornhill,"
she said hotly. "And if your brother
loves another, not for tho world would
I be his wife."
"Tell him so," said Miss Thornhill
eagerly. "Write it to him this very
day, and see how gladly ho will bo freo
"I will," said Lucy proudly.
And sho went home and wroto tho
The next day sho lay in a brain
fever, and her mother, guessing tho
state of the case from her ravings, re
fused to let Georgo Thornhill see her,
when ho rodo down to the farm.
Six weeks afterwards, when Lucy
was able to sit up by the open window
once more, her mother told her, pity
ingly, of that visit from her lover.
"Where is ho now?" askod Lucy,
"Gone abroad, with his sister and
Miss Ilford, and a great party of
friends. No ono knows when they will
return. Tho groat houso is closed, and
left in caro of tho gardener and his
Lucy mado no answer. Sho men
tioned Georgo Thornhill no more.
As tho year passed on to winter, her
parents hoped that she had forgotten
him. 15ut when at Christmas they
...jLii-u ner 10 iook more knuiiy on
Ineud Deane, who burst into a passion
of tears that frightened them.
"Never speak again of niarriago to
mo, sho cried. "I gave my heart
once for all, and it is broken now."
Spring smiled onco moro upon tho
land, and Lucy wore no apple-blos
soms in her hair.
Their color, their odor
her heart faint with! 11 lior
Hat at tho great houso they were
hnUlidrd iU clllhlL'" t0 hy l'l'ou a co'-
G'-orgo Thornhill had returned, and
wnii him came his sister, but no longer
living aud imperious.
Pale and cold sh looked, under tho
hoavy velvet pal), as they laid er
away m the Thornhill vaullf ad Luey
Gray, after ono glanco at the dead face,
THE DAILY OAIHO BULLKT1N:
went homeward, weepini bitterly.
Sho had lifted hor, not knowing
while In tho bloom and glory of Ufa
sho descended to tho grave.
Georgo Thornhill hud roturnod as ho
went, unmarried. Hut Mias Ilford ro
inained in Pans, tho br.do of a French
J it tlio evening a neighbor brought
tins piece of news to tho brown cotta
i-aicy siippeu away after honrin it
ami went to tho old trystin'
wonder what it could moan."
ueorgo iiiornhill was thoro beforo
her. He turned, dressod in his deep
mourning, to welcome- her, gravely but
"Lucy, on her death-bed, my poor
disiui mm iiiu mi. i H aniii. ni.ver
loveu Miss litoiil, as sho assured you
u.u. . i m.-iei uiougui oi any woman
save you as my wife. And you, 1 ww
know, did nut lovo vounyr L)tinm I
then believed when 1 went away aud
left you. o have both sufterod. dear
but wo must forgive her. for slm is in
ner grave. And can vou foro-ivn me
Ldioyr l liavo been truo to you, God
tnows, nil tins wuary while."
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lUL'V Si I) lit! Illl'll tll-l.r ltnnn.1 I j
i v-mvm 1UIU 113
eariv uiooni .is sim Ktnmi, ui. 1...1 1
. - .w.vuvu, uuu iieiu
out ner liana to her lover with a. hannv
smile. And the past months of sorrow
auu parting were forgotten, as hmio'ith
1110 stars iney sealed their new betroth
ai wun a kiss.
Statesmen nt Whist.
i suppose tne greatest whist onartpt
T .1 ...
In Washington for many years was
that made up of Garfield. Frvo. ltau
dall, and "Aloe" Stephens. The houso
coniniitteo on rules, of which they wero
members, met at Long Branch in tho
summer of 1878. They began plavin
mere, r rve aim siepnens against Gar
held and Randall. Stephens played a
wouuenui game. uoisterod tin with
pillows in his chair he would sit by tho
hour without becoming wearied. Af
ter the first two or three turns ho had
an unfailing power of telling whero
the cards were held. Ho hated to havo
a poor partner, for it disturbed his cal
dilations, but witu Irve he was always
content and serene, rryo is a strong
impulsive plaver. hen winning his
1-1 , .1 , . ' .
nice ueanis use a cnuu s, nut once be
hind and it becomes a serious atl":iir.
Then he is uiieasv and restless until a
few lucky deals put him ahead no-ain.
Stephens and l ryo wero 111 excellent
contrast, for the former never appar
ently took the slightest interest, save
as his eyes lighted tip oceasionallv at a
remarkably strong suit. Garfield
never concealed anything. His plavs
were always open. Only once did ho
ever try leading from a "sneak." Tho
look that ui-t him from Stephens was
such that it was never known to hap
pen again. Randall, in whist, as
everywhere else, is cold and calculat
ing. Ho does not play a seieutitic
game, but a well-sustained one, aud is
a safe partner, loucanseo that tho
four are pretty well balanced. Rut
Frye and Stephens won. Frye was
fortunato and Stephens skillful. Day
after day they kept ahead. Afterward,
when the four returned to Washington,
the games were kept up. Twice a
week regularly the others would go
down to Stephens' old-fashioned parlor
at tno national Hotel, aud thero play
exactly up to midnight. Of course,
they had varying fortune but in tho
long run tlio lirst winners camo out
ahead. Tho morning afterward the
members would always ask them, if
they appeared at the eapitol, how tho
games of tho night before resulted.
Every winter tip to the time Garfield
was nominnted for the Presidency the
four kept at it, but then it was broken
off, with tho intention of resuming af
ter he was once fairly seated in tho
white house. But lie was shot so soon
that the plan camo to nothing. Ste
phens wanted to keen on and to till
Garfield's place. Harry Smith, the
journal clerk of the house, was taken.
Very soon afterward Stephens was
elected governor of Georgia, and went
away, never to come Lack. With his
departure the series dropped, he and
Fryo still ahead. Last winter several
senators, including Messrs. Hoar, Frvo
Sherman, Morrill, Warner, Miller, Al
drich, and others, made up a club' and
played often, but it is not continued.
Sherman is ono of the best players in
the senate. Ben. Harrison is reputed
to be, but I never heard of his playing
Senator Bayard likes to take a hand,
but he has not the book knowledge)
that some of his brother senators
boast of. But tho critical scientists on
this subject are not so numerous as
they were in the senate a few years
ago, when half the members wero
No man ever loved the gatnn moro
than old Judge Thurnian." With his
old red bandana on tho table to dry
his face with, ho was alternately in tho
highest state of exultation and despair.
At times Mine. Thuruiau would tind it
necessary to take a seat by his Bi,i0
witn tier quiet "uon 1 grow excited
Allen" to keep her husband iri ,jg
chair. Washington Cor. Truy Timts.
1 m t . ,
A Dog's Intclligciicr.
James A. Atkinson, proprietor of tho
Sherman House, Cleveland, Ohio, num
bers among his possessions a valuable
dog and cow. Tho other evening tho
dog was noticed running and jmnpinr
against tlio laundry door ns if anxious
to attract attention. Kate O'Donnell,
a laundry girl, went out to see what
was tho matter, when the animal, look
ing up into her face, wagged his tail
and darted toward the stable. As sho
stood there ho moved backward and
forward as if anxious for her to follow.
Sho finally went to the stable whero
sho found tho cow choking to death.
Mr. Atkinson arrived in time to re
move a largo carrot which was lodged
sideways in tho animal's throat, and
but for tho intelligence of the dog,
would have cost the cow its life.
The President, of tlio French Reptiblio
has 120,000 a year, and he is allowed
132,000 for household expenses, whilo
Queen Victoria has $1,818,800 a year,
not counting tho revenue of the Duchy
of Lancaster, which amounts to a cool
tl8.r,00t) a year. The Prince of Wales
gets $175,000 a year, and tho rovai
family has -other annuities atnountitt"
to $000,000. And all for the sake ol
keeping up tho "empty show" 0f roy
nlty, without any compensating ser
vice or consideration. "
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Lumbago. Backache. Head.i'rh. Tii...k. '
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.Kitliintt and atrvnirthrnlnfr Poroua Master cer nuula.
,p rkutm aw sold by all OrutfBUaand country Korea.
M illed on receipt of
price. Ihp IlattrrCo.,
Proprietors and Jtanu
faeturrrs, Doton, Mass.
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Tor leri nian A r'oliHiit
Add.ess thu IValxxly Medical Institute, or Of
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