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UIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUM DAY MO I. NIM AUliUST 3, 1684
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The Trot ly the Well.
An Anil' S!i : k In do.-rrta wido
incv scrri'W"! so for thirsting mun
Hi. )i ii 1 1 li ii' i Me caravan
Ai.il. ! wi'iif i I.h, tio, thirsting, dli-il.
H" died of thirst! Ttic wells remain!
nh. diming, I'Ht jonl. Pioneer.
dud's u lie c i", what h triumph here
T" Know no well is .liggod m vain.
We !ed ngninft the f unset gold,
We lilted linnd in desert land,
D'gged wells titid graves In drifting
The Arab's pitrous tflle of old.
We t hint a tree br side this well
i if kiioleiif.'i In the westniost West.
Y'-n peaks rise up to eall it blest.
He y t-uind eternal sentinel!
Ni-i.c far rn dny w lien we nro lut
And n:l this vast vale teems with life.
Same I rave Fouls tainting In the RtnfC
M ;i n -t them here mid sptuk us just.
Mac say we few through wilds of rime
lla-jo-d out new ways lor worlds to come.
Aim mourned not l.tit bravely dumb
oieii; full trustintrUod and t.me,
lessons bid us 1 ide its worth
W;th all tniiuige bound in toil.
1 1 n t tied; and tru-t the generous soil
Ul human heart:), as trusting earth.
I erunt It kinclier far to wait,
To work in faith, to wait in tears,
Ave. wait and wait a thousand yenrr,
Than oi:ee to doubt, or trniHc-tige fate.
,- here we set this little feed
And tn:M its tender boughs to Time;
'Jo gron to toiieh the stars sublime,
As grows anil glow s some email, good deed;
S-t deep, w here liiif s ever nod,
Wailed round ly everlasting snows,
To trow ii-soine great strong soul prows
Wfceti (.-rowing upward to its (iod.
BY HIE AUim.Hl 'V "I'l!
A i;"E IS llloKNS
UIvcivTOlt Hall 1i:i
crdt 1'rinrA , a gland
il olice Iieell I'lver.s.
old inoua-tt-rv, and
the site had been H-kxt'.-d a the luohks ol
old ahvays tool; ear.' to n ; with an ftp:
to .very natural aIv:ii:t.ig Kin:,' Hal
had (ilven it to one of !ii favorites; and
irrnliis!!' the iiim.a-tic jiart fell into ruins.
'J' lit Priory if. If was one of the loveliest
mil;- in i:ii!;!aiid. -ver the pointed
:ii' '.i"-, th'-ivy-i oM-ri d -h-i t fr, and the
luarvi carvings there Mill luing' lit
air of k i. ,-,1 -rand. Ul' and venerable
The l.. - i.aiii;ni whieh seemed to
-1'iir.g; fi"in the o',d. ooinprUed many of
tin- ancient r"Oin the red room, where
Marie .r .".otl-md l..ni reo-ed; the lon'
maatiilieeiit lihiary, w here learned men
had sou-lit t.iej..n-e tin- -.'reat ".eerets of
life; the bow. r.f.".!n, where the stately
Klizabeth h.,. i "., netted ui'h the men she
lirM in.i,nl with love; and vaulted
chamber., oii.-i. o, ei,i,;ed by kni-hn and
S'jllilC, I,:;' . ive'. .ef to M'Vatlt
Pel hap tiie in-.-t b--iu: iiiil J,:il t of atiei' lit
rier-,-r..I't i-1 ii- ii:,',.. 'l'I.ere were
( 1 ' e j i m '.' i ' 1 f i i i I,. ., wiii i-e the Water
lav in -il. lit .. ; an 1 l,..,n built their
ii( t, f'li. M-l.iii.U. uhiie the d'-i r re-ted
ill tie ir i.om-i t and 1 he- 1 1- - v, ere centu
The modern man-ion faced the we-t
the ruins lay to the smith; and Ulev.
eiuft ll.ill a it stood now n;i one of the
most luxurious hmie- in r.n'land. The
western siiulilit tell up.-u it, lihtin up
the gray ruin- as with -old; it liu-eicd on
the grand miel wi'.olou- framed with
roses and .a-ioii-thn 'i on tlie broad
terraces, aim on tlie weK.l.ei.t "arileii..
And Htaiidim: where be coul l e both tl
jiau aim me ruins, in- iie.n t and --oul in a
glow of rapturous dei:ht, w a- Vaiu- Vi.
bart. The carriai'e had been -i-nt to the
station lor him; but le- had ju'eii-n-i-d
walking- thiou.'h tie- j nk. Now he stoml
eiitraiici-d, lo-t in the -upi-rb picture bidor'
('," he said to hi i. i t .
the 'ancestral home of Kn.-
;'thi- i- one of
land.' No a-I
know what 'auce-tnl
emild loe, ti.'ht fir, di
means. A man
. for Midi a limm
vv .tli it, and i..jbi
A noble name nu
' Hi ells -liOlliU i -nrieli it.
Tin-re caiie; to lii iii a- he tooi a in em
ry of hi- n.iii j.;uti,!ai ;ib.,.-; th" .d-f
ioii'-d horijestc.id.i.h" i I'm i -ii bis, !,e
where Hi" c attic dritii., and tie: n.i
sir'-am. .Alio, j i ..:;. lle.u.li lie wa- i:
many thin -s, a pan;' of p -ret -h.,t tiiiou.h
hi' heart that sued a law inheiitai.ee ai
LTvcrvroft w.i i.ot hi-. Iluiv lie would
hate gluri.-il in it: Jl-nv he would have
loved it'. It v eie, tj him that aboea
Other men h" s.ii. have aiMei-iited
noble name. U.-UVA n.i',.-., luif i-l.ci,
a he thou-hl bow i-roini be would have
been once upon a time to , i t. r ..), ,tat".
. ly portals a- th.
The mas-h e doors v. on- o,i t.i ami he
entered a place In lore which the glorieiof
i.lllaorth l.nld i:oinpetey. was
siioysn into the library, where Lord And.
ley awaited him. lie ivi-i-hed a welcome
so warm and so gracious t h tt he could led
help let-ling i;iile al hi- ea-e and e-eii
hapjiy. J in y s-okea few minutes of :-ir
Kayo and his I'ai.in' health.
1 beiiese," :mj Atldby, "that
Juli are bis adopted sour''
'Ves,'' replied 'am-.
The impicMoii b it on J.ord Aiidlej'
mind was that -oine kind ol relationship
existed between Vain- ami j- Kave.
Tlie li Porn A ml icy .p,..,. s,f Uie brid'-e.
"To.inm rin 'be said, " we w ill d ri e
slowly a.on.- tin- banks ol the rier, and
ou shall juiir-e bo- oursclf as to the best
silo lor it. .My ilau-lili-r, l.adv I. ilia- And
Icy, will v., wiib ii.. And now the dre-s.
ing-bi-ll ,as rung, mi wall t,, jur
room-. Wu dine at eiht. You arc not
too tired to join in, Imp,-?"
VS idle his i.ortmaiiti an washein tin.
packed and his chillu s bein' ai ran-i-d bv
u .juick-h-iiideil salet, Vane sb.od at tlm
Window, slraii-eiy ,iiiiue,l ,y ,.-,.ih ,,
his old home. He euid u, ,mi.
Voices, and he Could see the hoi.se by the.
Why should this conic our me now,''
he thou-ht. '
'J'hen he iciiiciiihcrcd an old Mijierstl.
tion which said that When a man was
haunted by a ilii-aui of youth, it was a ni'ii
that uonic j;i eat event was about tu take
place in bis hie.
"Wiui can lit' goiiij lo happen to iiii'''
he noiideied; anil then he laughed at his
lolly. 'otuiiitf inure than this -that J
am to en ctu bridge which w ill he the
prettiest in l-.'nglaiid,"
The lirst dinner-bell ranj;, and he lias,
tciied to the draw iiig-ioiiin. The inanili.
icnt loi'iii was empty,
lie iikM-r lor-i-t tin: impression it mado
upon him. Through the long w imlow s lie
had a .limii' of I'oiim.iitis, dowers ami
trees, with the gleam of the river in lln
distance. In the room iiM-f were tall
llowing plants, beautiful ferns and exot
ies, ( xiiui-ite pictuies, priceless works nf
nit. He wondered what it could he like
to live always in sin-h an at inn-pln-re of
luxury and wealth. Then lie found him
self wondering w hat hi- mother and bright,
eyed Kate would say to such an apartment
The next moment he had left such
thoughts Car behind. Kvcry thing around
him iiad sunk into in-ignilicanee. Life had
completely changed for him. ( ne moment
had changed the whole colir-c ol ht exi-t-dice.
There was ,. sound at the farther end of
the room, and, looking, he saw a picture
that so dazzled his eves he could see until,
ing else, Curtains of rich crimson vcl i t,
With golden liiii-e, separated that part of
the drawiug-i'iiimi from a large and ina,'
uilicent coiisi-jMitory, At Jit's. l he saw on.
ly a w hite hand and arm, an arm so round,
so w hite, so beautiful, that it was like the
work ol a sculptor. A diamond braci-l. t
clasped it. The hand slightly palled the
curtains. Then the whole ligiilc appeared
that of a tall slender girl draped in
shilling, silk and pi iccb -s lace, perfect ill
eery mow incut, pulliss in -.race and
W ith o.ie keen rapid glance he seemed
lo take in ew ry di tail of the lowliness
that had no peer. The girl's lace was ra
diantly li'e.-h and bright and her luxuriant
yellow hair loui.id like dead gold crowned
with diamond-. There was a ro-c-leaf
flush on the delicate cheeks; the eyes Were
the color of woo-.l.v inlets; the low ly mouth
was perfect in snapc, and proud as it was
sweet; tiie linn wnile tliio.it cla-ped by a
diamond iiei-klai e, and a diamond cross lay
on her white bl'ca-t. Lovely, dainty,
proud, a:ii ruined, her patrician birlli
stamped on e cry feature, sbc looked in
deed the daughtir of an Karl. . she
stood for a moment, framed by a crim-mi
elw-t the laiie-t picture that i wr n.i t a
man's ey e.
Sane Was daed and bewi. deled. 111.'
had licw-r ili eaini d tiiat w oinaii coiiid be
mi lair. I'lieli slie slow ly allowed tiie cur
tains to fall, and advanced toward, nim.
The western sunbeams .snoiic upon the
Sparkling diamond-, and upon toe h.iir ul'
dead gold. He Hem ilcd as siie Ul'eW near
him, as he had ncwr Ueiu'iled beiore any
human being y el.
she bowed to iiiin with proud dainty
trace, Jle had w olidiTcd if sm: Wuilld oi
ler him one ol her While jewelled hands,
and he found him-cll wouucrii g alo if he
should llie ul joy when he touched it. Jilit
the v,.nder was ail wiiu, sue glanced
ladiiiy at him, and sin- smiled siow ly . He
v.'onuercd a.uii what sue woii.d jy or
ilo il she wei'c cognizant of the mad pas
sion t ii.tt was slowly irecpiiia our him.
You are Mr. burl," sue said, and
the inli-i'j ol her uiee .-truck his dazed
sili-cs Willi liv-fl w.indel'. "Jlave yoll
seen hol d Aiidiey
lie ncwr ri biciuijeied how he an-.vered
her. lo li i in it wa- as though he had
passed through a lilfiiace. ili- braiu
fci-emed to burn, hi- heart beat fast, and he
could hast- ir led aloud from tiie tueuicnce
of ills elnot lolis.
Sue saw iiiiil'uiiiiiislood. Sriii: wa tw
liillch accll-lomi. d to the etl'ect of her b-uu.
ty. -Men suci-timbed at one glance liemi
her eyes or at one -mile iium her loveiy
lips. 1 liat till- yoilli.- "JUoli -s-iolial"' loan
who was not id ln.-r world at ail should
ii-iii at olice, Was le-s til.ili botliillg to
llwa-a leiiif. yet J.ain, to l.iin wh-'li
L'HiI Auie-y eiileied tje lu-ilii withsek'.
iral la-iies and gent icincll. Vane Was in
t rodiio-d lo each, and eacu one had soine-thtiii-'
kiilil and pica-ant to say to hint
Colonel l lordon w as delimited with him,
till kept lii in in eallie-t con el sat ioli Un
til the dinner-bell ran.'. ane turned
aside his head when li.c Lady Lilias passed
by him; lor lie said to laiusi ll thai aiiolli-
er look at In-r WoiiiU bund him. If he
w ishod to colh ct his senses and converse
with any siio.v ol reason, he must not look
luaiu upon tiiat in ost beaut. fill lace, llu
licer 1 'Tin lube; id iil tei wanls how t.nj
dinner passed, lie heard at tunes lae.
sound ul iow silwi; anlii.-r and tm- inur
mill' ol a s w li t Voice, lleuareduolla.se
h.s ' y e- to tin Lai i's d night'. I . Ili riie.ili
ty liaZii d liiin a- did lie: iic'hl ol lue Mill.
Olice or t W ice he caught a glimpse iI tiie
dead-oid hair and tin: spaiKiii. gelus
Thou he did Ills best to keep his allclitiou
fsed Oil what th" (
iiif l was savin? to
Altei'V.al'.h, Wll' ll lie 1
Co.oin-I on t-i t he t. ri .o n
1 t'l'ie w ith the
: to eiii-iy a cigar,
ail'- s.u.i -ii j ii tiiy f
'I did not know th it Lord Andi-y ha I
Tid you not?" I ni.-h'-d
Thf-n you are ;,!, ,ii tio- (,
ly young inau
tlie 'jii-eii of
ii 1 V.uie, in a
ac ompli-h' d,
o( j.-.-iii-.n i . i Ln.i jii-l e. in, i
it. La lv I. iii i, Arnlb-v j.
th-' fi.hioii i-.i- w ::-!."
"h- U very I.--I'i'i: ii." a
die imy j - j t : f i . r t- ir-.
' Very b' al, ; i!n!, i :
Vejy weal fill, ind per?- t
-t girl in
manner-; ami .ne ' o'- pi -
"The proil b st gill in Lu.! ilol,'' reieal
c Vaiu- -lowly .
'Yes J shou'd s-iy the wry proud' -t.
rhe has a mo-t ii-in- and gra.-i jal fa-bion
of looking over tin: h-ads of people Us it
w .-I e, and of ii'-u r seeing an v l hing or any
one w bom s,e does ,,,t i ,, be
his i-' lu-eil in nlV'-i-, I -b ,iild say, than
any other girl in l.o.iand. I admire In r
I'l'oli 1 haughty manner m il."
"It mu-t In- , ei i 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 a-an t lor tho-e
whom she don t en
Ami he wombon
"see" him in tin
Cordon ii-cil the w
' to see, re
w In t her
eil-e- ill whi
en wi i. it 'M.
"The piuuue-t girl j,, Lu.l.iiid." Vane
Viiiart found hiin-'-lf I'-peating tint
I'lifii-e over and over again, llu could
well imagine thai it was true. so peer.
l'ssy ow-ly, so dainty, "-u lair and line''
III her delicate grace, an Calls (I ailgbti r
too, and a gn at In ire-., -lie woiibl iiatur
idly be plolld. All, Wi ll, there Inlist be
all kinds of rank ; and ev rv one could not
be nobly born !
He found him-clf woud' ring what she
had thought of him w hen her calm proud
eyes had rested on him. His lace Hushed
as he tried to imagine what her ideas had
heen like. Had she "seen'' him, or had
sin: calmly looked over him as one not of
In r world? Had she thought him passsa
ble? Had she giwn even the faintest
thought to him? lie was bending over the
balustrade lu the moonlight, admiring the
vv tilth of climbing plants, urn! he mai led
on milling his eyes blinded with a hot
mist ol tears.
"What has conic to ine?"' he cried. "1
nave been Here only live hours, mid the
whole world i changed forme. 1 have
looked for one IIMIm-Ilt upon a Woman's
lace, and 1 have nearly Install self-eont rol.
1 am dazed and blinded. What has hap.
pencil to inc?"
I u I he after-days he could never reineiu.
her how lint night passed, lie did not
leep; it was to bun a long waking dream ;
and the only thought 'iute clearjto him
was thai he was under the same roof with
Ilo was reminded In the morning that
she was to accompany Lord Alldley and
himself to choose a site for tlie bridge. He
could hardly realise, hardly understand it.
What should he say to her!' Would she
deign to notice him?
Vane saw her at the breakfast-table,
fair and radiant as the morning itself, her
dead-gold hair gathered in a simple knot
at the back of her ipieenly head, and wear
ing a morning, dress of w hite muslin, vv ith
a led rose at her w hite throat , Mie gave
In in a kindly smile and graceful bow
lieu he saw how she hcidi out her hand
to l oiouel Cordon, he longed to he ill that
gallant oiiicci's place, Mie spoke to him
at la-t, a-ning him, in a cuol graceful fasli
ion, whether he would lake tea; and he
bated him-clf because i.e llu-hed and tl'i ui
blcd w In n he an-w ercd her,
l'n scutly the carriage came tu the door.
It was a might warm day in dune, the
sky wa- cloudless, the air redolent of per
fume and lull of -uuiiner sounds, and the
lowly green earth lay smiling in the miii.
Lord Audlcy saiil to Vane
"Now, Mr. V ibart, we are ready. The
morning is so beauliliil thai we .shall have
three or lour very pb-asant hours."
Vane caught a glimpse ol a pretty morn
ing i o-t il. ne ami of an exuuisitc lace under
a lialii-bo.ough bat,
UilL you help Lady Lilias, .Mr. i-bart;-"
.-aid the Karl.
IL r hand toticm d his so lightly that he
haid.y I-lt iis wiight, and the next mo.
lnelil he wa- in the carriage, sitting, by
tin- Karl's de-ire, l.niug her. The gulden
sunlight gavehiiii courage, and he wu
tUI'eil to look ill lu.-r. How could he help
it when everything around him was i.j
hrfttitiful? Ho wa- not tin- lir-t man whi
had looked into that lovely face and -o lust
himself (of ever. He was not the iir-t
who. looking: into the depths of tho-e
proud sweet eye-, lust himself in them.
Jle was charmed and fascinated. The
gentle breeze br.iught a mu-t delicate and
beautiful color to the fair Lice. Lady
Lilias carried an exquisite para-o, with a
handle of siiperbly.earw-il ivory, and with
it she nt time-almost hi,; i.r face from
view. Then it vva-to him as though the
sun had set. he never forgot the first mo
ment in which -Im turned to him and
spoke w ith a smile. II,. had quoted some
lines that were new to her, and ln turned
her beautiful lace and looked at him with
ft bright smile.
'Where did you read that?'' .she- in.
Jle told her. dm- quotation led to an
other, and she was -ouu listening with de
light to the quaint store of rhymes with
which he had enriched his mind; and yet.
though In-r beautiful eyes were bent upon
him, lie f.-lt that tie- C oioui-l's words were
quite t no- ill a certain fashion -he "looked
over'' li i in. Tlier-' wa- a -u.'dle something
iii In r manner he could not tell w hat it
was, but it -howvd plainly that .she did ind
con-id' r him om-ol her own world, lie
watched tli" p'ay of in-r features, tin
curve of hi r lips, the lilies, that were at
once so, haughty amluweit; and he said
tuhiiil-eir it w a- 1 1 U" t hat -li,. as ..the
piood.-t 'ill in LiiL-laml." U " I, what
did it matter to him? IK- was to remain
there for a week; at the en, I ol tfi.it time
ho would go away and p'-iliap- never -ee
ln-r again, He would , i 1 j,i. inn. who
had h id a gi:mp-c of In aviii ami lie u
fallen to tin earth, lie had read of one
wh" ha'l fallen in love with tin- moon and
(lit d o the ..w. If. -u,t- .iu-t as foolish.
The first s!irring o an :n!-ao. orbing pas
sion w.-re tlili,,i.g him, beating in hi-1'Ul-eS
and tc m n in in- w in-. Win re
had he r. ad -co. tiling ol tin- motii wor
shipping the st. II? Whet, Was a lllotll
more looli-h than he, or a -tar hctc brill
iant than she?
Presently Lord Audb y lnm t,, t.,i;; p,
him. Wln-n once t he s j w-.i- ',r ,k.-n
that drew hi- c to in r I n --, h- w as niui-
c-tcil in in
;it tic- i '
i i,"r that
!'l Wa. inter
w at' - anj j,,
I! tiieir puw.
: lor this
1 : i! ,l"in be.
' ol ami al
' it to Ue ill
' ! iil lied t'l
l lilt he beau-
urn,' r t!
be s.,j ;
"W Ill l
w as hi ',n ,,
liev ing tiii-liio-t
Tin u he -him,
w ith n
no limit to h'l.n a.
aiie. his I ice hi ,,j
lif: th- in
w oi id h ! g. -.. .-, ii
. "Ul ,e, :..;,-.,
"If this be i'. ;
tu re age be ii,i-':"'
" N o urn cm t'
the tecp.,,i,e j. ,-.
di-talice id In. , -and
when t:,' o.
Work"d one t:,i
I Icliele !:,at
I -ie'llM li'.'; I , ,
Oj.lli'-llt Of 1 e, . n '
' -O -iiolll j ."
C-Jllt illlie , "..in
bei-U 1 li- e , d.
b.e k I Ii 'I a in ,n
anv i al l ' n.. il',
. i,: i!
"ii at the
" it v iire
i lev I'm:
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o re vi aicd
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e iii'i'li i n
c Hi li- a
Ili, I "I
o,ie by O ,"' t ii,
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to iiii. i ! .. .- .... p.,
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lileiie i.i , Mt. , , , i ,'
i in cd
. ,1 t ill 1 I--i
I.: ,s I,-.
i i of the
1-. ol bids
d eaii y
' - nl i au.
n d throw
Kpe.il ol ili
ecu d inn" I ii- ,o ,i I i , i. ; , ,
and ui'.i'.'t no- a- I I'-u.,, .
tie in J you spea.. ,, no . .. h;
He nrnl inn a- tinm .-I, v., i
them like ball..'"
"Men are tin- o a-l-'i- ,t
rejoined, Willi :i Ilo I, .. p, ;
and all the m i ' -1 i i , i it
tlmiii to w oi l, w ith."
"Woil,;" -hi- icp, ,,!, , ,
the e.irlb," hf
- on his face,
"i in It is I II
Seem to 1 1 1 1 1 1 is. Ion
I llu- dignity ul
A 'gain hi- sen-ii i v i' f ii
"I do think nil w u 1. d
idicd ; and she smiled.
l-'iir some kind' "i w -c
I'espect. she said- "not ,,r
labor does not int. i st ne
- it Ilil-Will 'i
"My dear Kill is, I ni isl dith r from
yon," interposed Hie Karl. 'l de) not
iii-lieve work ol any kind inte'je-ts yai
1 do not like iiido
beautiful d iil-'hl' I' qui
My de ir, you are
'cs.ei I .'" laughed Hie
cnee," replied his
pal i iciau in ev cry
K nl. "You have
lived c.W'l u-i v ely union
and wu haw eonceulral
voiir ow ti class,
I idl lour iul'-r-
(sis III I III 111 .
hat would she say if she knew that 1
was the sou ol :i poor Lu iner who knows
nothing of the world, and w ho often eats
with his knife when he should use Ids'
fork?" said V iiue to himself,
Lord Audlev and his daughter and Vane
Were appl'oacuilig one nl the most beauti
ful and pict II I esque spot - about IT Vol's,
croft, vvln re the river widened, and the
laud lose i,l gentle elevations oil cillur
side ol the Water. Lady Lilias looked up
I hen-," she cried "this is my lavoi ite
spoi, .V in id.'-, li, ot and elegit'it, Ihro.v u
uvcr the water ben-, would be inaguiliccut.
I can see it already ill the air, papa. .Ml'.
S lliai l, let it be here."
.It i- certainly I he niu-t appropriate
spot," replied 'aue; "but tlie co-t, if it
i- built here, will be nearly double."
"Never mind that," laugm-d the girl;
thill will not malter. Let it stand here,
papa, and call il 'Lady Lilias'. I'ully;'
lJi.it Would be all excellent name l'of j:."
l.-'ld A mlley siiiili-d.
.. V e wi.l see," he said. "We will W alk
round le i e, M r, Yrunrt, if ymi w ill, and
si ,- w hat I in' land i- like. I am inclined
to think it i- the prellie-t sj.,,1 ;,ftL.r all.
L.lia-, you hav - a quick eye."
I m y I i J, tie- carriage and walked along
th- green bank of the beautiful river.
aim found him-clf oy Lady Ll I ia-'.s side,
and, .v hat v. a- more, be found t bat sin- vv as
tal..in, to him in an earnest gr.e-i ful la-h.
in. i aii lu r o,v ii. In-r ; i i-b- never fur one
Ilium 1 lit relaxing, Vet wiiu a nameless
coal in an nit In r vvnicn Id', ni.i, lielplos
agii.iM i. r la-ciiiat i'.io-. i, ice, as the
I, a,.,, via- rather -teep, In' inv olunlai ily
h' ,d mil Iii- baiid to a--i-l ner, ami lo
hi- surprise sm- accepted it a nil thanked
'lie Would ind haw- dun- that had she
li lt lint 1 was her equal," he -aid lo nim.
si ii ; and t I.e V i i V k ii.d.o - li- li.nl s now 11
him mad" nim lee, l.ii Im r liuni her thall
Oii'lc, Y et siie a -o weet audgl'a-i-i.
ii-. Looking at In r, In- s.,i I to him-c f,
I ..." ioiid'l gill I Ti Knglaud. Can il
-lii' VV I- III I'
Wa- I' i.lilg inT
ilrv land, Il'-r
ol di V ' I'".
i d i.i w hitt he
.Tin! how lin n
as ea,ly as on
vi" W i re fixed
and siiu listein d eager! v to
Aud ihcV ai'e never Hi. Iitelieil, loll
m ti a man '.ml- liim
u.d, siletii gl'-at dept. is
strange hub uiis iiiuuster
svv iiiiuiiiig pii-t him, do yi
if aiulie ill the
ul tlie -ea, W Ith
Willi large ey is
ol incaii thai lie
. .v - no .-ar:
would il., lit hiiii lot' his
i."'kcd at Ili 111 I ,J"I i gilt III 1 1 V .
n.it im immense i,u ui'.iiy of hard
t m i'- 1- in lii" vv oi nl 1" I ne u l I -"
r to have th"Ugiit "I it uefoii- 1
il ii iv e i,o! lint Willi i.i my pi "pie
.'..I., id evil ueiiii"li ion'', in your
,. ' ,"' ie- i i'li' ii. A .1 ii".,ii 1 am no
VV "I k
a.. I I'-ol. upon t lo v. ...
I as t nc i,,. il' -i pa, : . ii."
"1 1 illav ii " lil.il oil .ie i .
Inc. i it
on lii lii
ln-liibcr y oil - pea , a-a man we;..
W i -O'li'ii :" In- i epeat ei ; a. -I
Ol'CIII'!'' d to hull 111 ll -.ie I ,"l., - u
lis a relative id ir Kave I -al'l
Wulll I s,l1- s.iy i; sue klieW lii.lt lie Wil.s tilC
on o! a j. '"i I ii in' i 'r
"(if coursi," siie wetit on, "I can asi'y
imagine a peer eiin.c,,-.i bv work."
"Can you not fancy a poor man cnnobll
in the same fa-hi-n Lady Lilias?"'
"No," siie replied frankly; work and
jioverty mu-t go toget her ; they are iu-ep-arab!-com,iniois.
Whv, where is J.apa,
Mr. V ibart?"
Lord Aml'.iy was at -mi'' little dis
tance. He waved Iii- hand to Lady Lil
ias, indicating that be wa- going over the
Vane and Lady Lilias walked on slowly
together, the lovely sunlight round them,
and the sung of the bird-in their ear-.
Middctily, sitting on a green hank where
tin: wild llowcis made a brilliant carpet,
they saw it poor, wretched woman holding
a little child in lu-V arm-. Naturally
eii'ill-gh, Vane Yibnrt expected tin- "proud
est girl in Lngland" to )ia- by haughtily,
and to draw a-id- the sweeping fold, of
her dress, e.l they sboii'd touch Iherag.ed
miserable creature mar b-r. IL- thought
she Would not ev en so- sin n a spectacle.
He would not have been slli'pl i-eil had she
complained "f hav ing to br-at he t he same
air. Hut she Mopped. A light such a- he
had never seen b lore came over her lace,
making it inexpr-s-ibly beautiful, and the
niil-ie of svveetot coin), as-ioii came into
her w.iee. Th' haughty girl who had re.
lilsod to smile upon prince-, who had re.
j-eted some of the iiobb t men in the land,
whose nan.'' was a proverb for pride,
l-an d over the w niched vvoman, and
spoke to her as he bad md imagined she
A feeble pitiful moaning came from the
"You have a tcibv Here," said Lady
J.ili-is gently. "Is n ill; '
"It i. dying," was the reply in a tone so
Utterly hojudes- and de-pah ing I hat V aile's
heart was touched.
Then the white bands she had not
deigned to hold out in courteous greeting
to him put ii-ide the torn, worn shawl, and
touched with kindly pity th- dying baby's
"Is it dying.'' she said.
"All, and of want, my lady," said tlie
mother, Willi vvoelul, hungry eyes "of
want so little, -u i-ps, and starred !''
; renter was bis wonder when she took
the dying child, a in of rags ironi the
mol her' arms.
"Y'oil can li' t hold the baby," s,e said.
"No; I am dying of hunger myself,"
answered the vvoman. "Mi, my lady, give
her back to ine I We will die together;
tiie sun is war in and I In- grass is sol t. Let
"Win shall not die jf can: can keep you
alive," replied Lady Lilias.
Van- saw ah, vv under i,f wonders!
li ars lall lroiu her eyes Ui'iii the little dy.
"I will not a-U who you are, and what
brought Jou h'-re, she said. "Y "ll lllllst
have loud and sleep ill -I; altei wards we
Will see what eall be done. Nay, lb) not
ci v. Poor soul ! Poor soul ;"
I he woman vvipt bilicily, and Lady
Lilias stood bv , wait lug with patience nil'
til the paiowsin ol gi id had exhausted
itself. Vane thought lie had never seen
so lovely a picture in his lile as this lair
patrician gill, in lu r dainty dress, bending
ov ir Hie mot her and child.
".Mr. ibart," she said, "vve left the
carriage down the hill there. Would you
he kind enough to Idl .Mm to drive as
near here as he can."
He obeyed, lo-t In wonder. Then Jhe,
Mill holding the child in her arm, and fo.
lowed by hir mother, walked to the high
road, where the cuninge uvvaited thcin.
lie heard her say to tlie coachman
".luhn, drive as quickly as you can to
ITvelselnlt. Conwy this pour woman
ami lu r chil l lo the Audlcy Arms; and
fell Mi'., Manuel -, the landlady, I h it Lady
Lihas Audb y begs that she will take the
pour i i cat lire in, I hat -he vv ill give InT all
I hat she reqllilas, make her quite colli,
bil lable. Ul ' mi e.v. pen-e, anil call ill a
diicloi to the child. Tel! In r I will drive
over to-liiurrnw to see how they ale going
The coachman was evidently accustom,
cd to such things fur he ineiely touched
his hat and said -
I quite understand, my lady."
itnc helped the woman in, and Lady
Lilias laid I he lit 1 1 . - one in her aim-.
"Hull- lur the bc-l," she -aid. "(iooil
care may re-lore the baby. Pry your
liar-, and oo at the beauliliil sunshine,
Mint thank llcavtu Ihat lull have lound a
h i. ml."
J he V -nail's ,,,rs fill like i a. II as bba
V.aa diivcn qui' kly out of si. lit.
"All me," sill ti..' svv i 'I .:. ", "W hat
sorrow tie Ii i- i.i tiie wo, Id I I -unll never
forget liovv -ir : -" tint liill" white I'ace
looked ill lie i".i ly siinligiit.
Tin v walked ''.i. i, in silence lo the bank
id' the' I'iver. to where tlu'sllll gleamed
on the w;tl' is. Vane was ton inU'-li as.
toiiMu d tu .-ik. They luol walked on
th- soft gle n mil bo- some few minutes
when, with ;i il'.i-h on her ro.-.h al face,
she -aid -
'. Wuilld inn C il me. Mr. ibart. why
yuii look at in ' w ith -uoh an i xpres.inii
of W oU'b r?"
"I vv iis i, "t aw arc of it. Lady I.ili a-," he
Hot why i- it:"' "he p. l-i-f d. "You
look at im- a- th"ilgh I were -m Innge
being ti'eiii .i'i"th' r world. Why i- ii?"
lie au-vw ii d lo r in -jute u himself,
in spit.- uf his bittir jmlgiiiei.t ; In- was
impeded by In r earnest I n e and manner.
-ilice 1 iiav c been at I Iv ei'scr-il 1 ," hi:
said, "I have idi-u heard you cail d tiie
pruinlest girl in Knglab-I-- prav lor.ivc me
Lady Lilias. f.-r n-iiing v.-u as much."
'I'll.' ripple of a slid!" p.i-sed ov .I' In r
1 know ).(uple give me t.ial name, -he
said, "ai'd 1 think tiiat p'lliaps in some
lnca-iire 1 d' -i rv e it."
"A ml vet y oit earned t In- dying chi (1 of
a beg gar iii y our arm-, ami s ..! to that
poor wulii. in inure svw-itiy I, .an I have
heard you speak before. Hull can you be
proud if y mi can do thai ?"
I cannot see that it ha- anything to
do with pride," sin- a.'-wi n d c.'.lmly "at
least with my kind"! pi.de, nn tin-cm.
trary, I -lemld t .link my -elf wanting in
pride if I weie to s, "iv lb-dam tuvjards
llllV our J '-I'soll u' d-pcndaut."
"'i hen why do e, pie ...nl ymi puma:"
"Have vol! md loiiinl tiiat out fur yniir
Reif, Mr, Viii.ii !:" -lie s.,i,t vv im iinj ei an. is
"Nn, indeed. 1 thought pr.de unpin d
disdain l"i' every thing and every mie iii!c
ri'T." "That is i.uu'.lc pi id". M r. i i .i t -th it
is the pride i l tin- p n v. i. i.e; and I ih !--t
it. Tin i" i- a c it .mi pride I i w itn a
nob!- name, r. j ; i ;i g in ii'.'d- ro e and
lineage, a pri.i- that di-. lain-and liami'l-s
Under foul a, i thing- igie'l'lc and menu,
that s.oiii- all that i- base and .w, a
pride that li-e a u'Ve tiie pallni t g"-
sip and -canda!-w ith th it pi ol 1 liiauk
lleavn, my w ,n- are ill.' !."
I here v',..s a l ii'g "I pa--: n in h' r Voi' i:
iii, J a ilii-ii on her Le e.
"People eall me prmnl w le u 1 r- fue to
liktcu to -lander and gus-tp, pr-.u.i wh.-u I
i-filse to t derate the suci-tv ol ill-bred or
ll!gar t"q,e, piuil-l
vv lieu 1 lb cine to
listen to what 1 know i- nut rue, ami vvh-u
i decline to bear the character , f my
friends ami m igliboi- 1 1 av t -1 ii d. Tli'-y
say t'l, that I -m '"" pi""ud t" flirt
which I am tuaiii.lu! i - tins-. 'I h'-y -ay
that I "hi t"" pi-'ud ' vi l to luvc or marry
-lie -l"l'P' d ai'i i. 1 ! . a- lie. ugh it had
MiA just i" i liin d lo her that -ne wa
sj.cak.iig vuy li'' civ t" a -t i r.
"Po u liiio' l-laud In' i" -lu' a-l.id
iillpi tumi-iy ! and lie an-Wii'd
.,YLs ai.i- I'd' lue. only t u wili."
7'o U t"o;.i.vid.
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vthyV I'ronerageto iiiarrv. W'honiurry Hi -I,
Manhood, vViimiiohood. Phvsirnl decay. Who
tumid iiuirrv. How life and huiplne mav ue
liicreasi ii, Thnsi) nun r led or eoiiteniplat '.ii.'
rnarrv Ing dmnl I read It. It ought to be real
liv all adult pertains, then kept under luck ail
kev, l'opnlar edition, sameas abuve, but we
cover and Siiu pages, H cents by mull, 1 mouev
Eitato or JofTurton M. Clark and Tliotuai- M.
Liivcti. firm nfUlark & I.nvett, duluors.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that Jeffer-
on M. ('lark and Thomas M. I.nvett (llrmof Clark
& U-tvett) uf Cairn, In the Cotintv of Alexatnie- nnd
Mate of Illinois, did oil tlie avj'h dayof July, A. 0.
H-(, transfer to I ho iiiii.ersl(,'iied as assiitncc all
tbeir property, real nnd personal, for the bunefH of
tbeir creditors, ncrordltin to the provlilona of the
act concnrnltiR assignment'.
All per.ons having clHlms nijalint t'nt saidClntk
A I.OTi'tl, ro hereby notified to (ires nt such
claims under rath or cfll rrtiui Ion to mu atCaro,
Illlii. its, within three innnths from this date.
Dated at Cairo, III .this .liilv :11st, im.
OEOItUS KlSUblH, Aiilunc.
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