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A UOVB IN HUHINo," ETC.
"Tell It to mi! till over again; I cannot
believe It. I 'nt the whole night look,
lng at tliu moon unci tlio stars, trying to
find out whether I was dreaming or liup.
Vune wui sjieakltiK. Lady Lilius liiid
none lo the coiinervutory, where alio wont
every morning to look ut the flowers, unil
be bud followed her.
It li all unite true, and no drt'um," sho
answered. "Why should It not bo true?
No man could give me moro tlmn you liuvu
dene, the whole trcuMiie of your love nnd
heart; such a gift must honor any wo
man. You look aa though you had not
1 am to nappy," ho auid, "that I feel an
if I could never sleep again."
It wai strange that ut thin the very ell.
max of hU life, bo forgot, aa though it did
not exist, the secret ol' hie birth; hU he.
wllderuiont of joy win so great that it
never occurred to him, lie wa hound in
all honor to tell Lady I. Mas tliii secret;
hut every thought, fueling, uml memory
was merged In the one grand passion, lie
remembered notbiug except that nlie loved
Vane," laid l.ady l.llias, "I have u lit.
tie lentlnienlal fancy of my own. Will
you gratify It?"
"You know that I will," lie answered.
"1 mould ulwajs like to think of ycslcr.
day us the happiest day of our lives; and
1 think till) happiest llino of ull In when
two people love each other and no ono
known their secret. Let tin keep ours two
days longer; then of course you will go to
L'htsracrolt and seo my lallier. 1'hu fact
of our engagement hhould not bo mention,
ed here until we have hi sanction."
"You a lo right," hu suiil.
"So wo shall keep our secret for two
days longer. I go home then, and you may
follow me. It will bo like having a little
fairy land of our own. Hut," she added
laughingly, "if It In to hu a secret, you
must not look so very fond of me, Vane."
"I cannot liulp it," hu (.aid; iny heart
is in my eyea whenever 1 look at you."
"You must not look ut me then," she re
Jilled, knowing that he could not help that
either. "We shall have two perfectly lni
py days," the udded. Wo will not talk
a l. the pant or the future; we will not
nie hi the word biiHimW and mar.
riage;' we will he lotus-eaters lor the time.
Do you agroe?"
I expect that I shall always agree with
everything you say, my hcaulifiil queen.
1 do not see how it is to be avoided."
They bad one long summer day of unin
terrupted happiness, a day they never
forgot. They spent the grenter part of It
under grand old cedar, w here Lady LiU
lai affected to be working diligently ut
some intricate point. lace, and Vano held
a hook in his hands, of w hich he never
saw one word. Lord Churn wood ulono do.
tccted that there was something unusual,
and wisely held his peace.
"If it be ao," ho thought, "It will bo a
splendid match for hlin, nnd one of the
most beautiful women in England will
marry lor love."
Not once during that day did Vano think
of the Meadow Farm. It was brought to
his mind by his Grace of Itaysfort. While
the ladles were preparing for dinner, thu
young Duke came to him and asked him,
as there was time, to play just one game
of billiards with him. Vane consented.
"I cannot think," suld ids Grace, "what
has put you Into such high spirits. I wish
I could feel the same."
You would if you hud too sumo
cause," laughed Vane.
. Tho i)uke played Wretchedly, and at last
cried out .
"It is of no use; I nm in a bud way I I
am hauuted by a dark beautiful face I saw
yesterday at the old farm-house, 1 give
you my word that at no Court in Europe
have 1 seen a. face half so beautiful as hers.
What are you looking ut mo in that way
for? Your face is as white as the chalk
here.; Surely you were not smitten with
I do not know what you are talking
about," replied Vane.
The Duke looked at him in utter won.
der when he heard the tone of his voice.
"What has aome over you, Vlbartf" ho
asked "You look as though you had seen
a ghost. I tell you 1 have been in a
wretched plight since yesterday. Ah, now
I remember 1 You did not go into the
house with us. Sensible man! A sudden
fancy seized Lady Lilius to have a glass of
milk, and we went lu for it, I remember
nothing but the girl who brought it, and
she made me tbiuk of the goddess Diana.
1 shall go and see her again."
ilad little Kate, who had prayed Vans
so earnestly to leave home and be made a
gentleman, grown into such a hounie win.
some girl that this bluse' young peer
should rave about lierl
"I shall go again," repeated the Duke.
"I call it a shame for a face und figure like
that to be buried in an old farm-house."
Vane constrained himself to speak calm
ly. 'How do you know it is buried?" ho
"Because there Is no one to appreciate
it. Let the girl be dressed iu silks und
jewels, and there would not bo a lady in
JCngUnd to equal her. Why Is your luce
so full ofpalu Vlbart?"
"To hear yon talk such nonsense. Leave '
the girl lu peace. " You would be both
wicked and mean to uttempt to see her
agaiu. Leave her in peace."
"I do not see," said the Duke moodily,
"Why I should not please myself. What
il the use of being a Duke, und of hav-
Uk 1rg rcnUull ir 1 cauuot du 8S 1
"The question Is what' would you
like," answered Vane gravely.
"1 suppose you will think that I huvo
goat mad. But whut I should liko at this
present moment would be to go to the
Meadow Jfarm you see I know the name
of the place and look again at the face I
am so charmed with. That is the style of
face I like, one with plenty of life, a hue
plendld color, and animation. ii do
not sea why I should not marry such a girl
if I like. What is the use of being a Duke
, if I may not do as I choose?"
"You must choose to do sensible and
. right things," replied Vane.
, "i think I ahall go over to-morrow,"
said his Grace, "and have another long
look at this hidden beuuty. Yes, 1 shall
go to-morrow hftcriioou, I will give you
the game; I cannot play. Her name U
Kute, und, strange to say, Kale bus at.
ways been my I'uvoiitu name. 1 shall
Here his (iraeo slopped, fur Lord Chai n,
wood joined them and he could say no
Hi' had said enough to make Vuuc 1 i i.
ser Vi'iart one of the most wretched of
men, hiiddenly he saw that to inary l.udy
l.llias without telling iter the tint It would
bo to hehavo meanly and I'uNely, ami to
tell her tlio truth would at once i iu-u
their separation. In marrying the adopt.
Dd sou und heir ol s.r lt.i) ibarlsiic, was
Hot losing, cusle ; hill to man y IIii'miiioI
a poor tanner was uiiolher thing. Uu
could not say anything lo her yet. She
had asked for two days of perfect hippl
ness, and one still remained. He must dc
dilo what was the best to bo done; but in
the meantime lie must not forget Kute,
It was difilcult torculUc. that bis pretty
little sister had grown intitsiieli u beaut I
fill girl. Vane remembered mother'
prophecy that Kate would lie a beauty.
lie must save her. A simple country girl
like Kilto would believe every word I Ii 1 1
the young Duke suld to her perhaps fall
in love w ith him, und end lur life misera
bly ; for Vune did nut helievu one word
thai the Duke said about marriage, No
matter what happened, they must not
meet again, Vano wrote u little note und
addressed it to
"MllSS KVI'K I'lUMKII,
"The Meadow Kami,
Tho contents were
"My dearest Sister I nm slaying in the
neighborhood ut King's ('lytic, 1 cannot
get over to the farm at present, (iive my
devoted toy to my mother, my lather, and
Desford. Kale, will you walk over to
King's CI) lie lo-nioii row al'fcriionu? You
know the old oak called King Charles's
Oak ut thu end ol CI) lie Wood; w ill you
be there by three o'clock? I want toNpeak
to you most particularly. Do not fail, my
"From your loving llrolher
'VAN!! KliAHI.lt VlllAltT."
She will come," he said to himself,
"and 1 will keep her safe."
Thul evening nil Ids troubles were driv
en from his Ihou-hU, for Lady l.llias dc.
tallied him by her side. She looked more
(Itlfifinly than ever with red roes In her
hair, ami wearing a dress of dead vvhitu
silk. Unas a night never to be forgot
ten fur lis bright happiness und keen dc.
Chat rr it XVI.
"I am no better tills morning," laughed
the Duke of llaysfort, when hu met Vune.
1 am glad thai I decided to go this niter,
At what time will you go?" asked
About four, I think," was the answer.
In his heart Vane thanked Heaven that
by that hour bis sister would be safmvllh
him. It had seemed such un easy thing to
suy thul he would meet her; but how was
It to be dune? That Morning, as soon us
he camo down stairs, a love ly face smiled
Into Ids nnd n musical voice whispered to
Mm, "One more, day together!" lie be.
gan to wonder how lie should get away.
Lady l.llias and Vane spent the morn
ing on the green shaded hanks of the river
where Hie wild Dowers iniiilo a carpet und
the hedges were tilled with bloom, lie re
membered it always as the liuppiest of bis
life, for thai morning she hud told him how
she loved him, whut she had thought about
him, how she hail lamented ever having
allowed pride and caste to interfere wim
her happiness; and lie told her What
I hose two years iiad been to him. Shi)
looked lit him with a smile on her charm
1 huvo broken the compact;" she said.
We were not to mention the past or the
future, but li v o in the present."
She took u)i u large oak-leaf, and shap
ing It iulo u little bout, let, it 11 oat down
"That is just how we shall commit our
destinies to the stream of time, Vune," sho
Looking ul Iter, so beautiful and so good,
he wondered how hu hud been so forum,
ute as to win her, and why Heaven bail so
superabundantly blessed him.
Tho hour for luncheon at King's Clyll'o
was two; and it often happened that-dur-ing
the warm days the ladies remained in
doors either resting or reading. On that
day, when they left the dining-room, Vauu
whispered to Lady Lilius
"Take un hour's rest; tho sun is very
warm. 1 huvo to go tint und see sumo
She nodded gaily, and went up thu
broad staircase, where u white marble
Flora stood, with u basket of crimson How.
its ut her feel. Standing by the large win
dow there, to look ut the great sprays of
jessamine that framed it, sho saw Vauu
cross the lawn and lake the path w hich
led to Clyde Woods. Xo suspicion occur
red to her. Shu thought it probable that
lie was going to see one of the keepersin
fact she did not trouble herself us to whom
ho was going to see,
"1 will meet him us he comes back,"
she said to herseir; "ho will be pleased
I must iniiko haste; ho will not be long."
She made herself look iliiwonteilly at.
tractive. She did not ring for her maid,
for she did not cure that any one should
know whither sho had gone. It was to be
a surprise for him, and to please him nlone.
She put on a most-becoming vvnlking.co.
tume with a charming hut; and the dead
gold hair nnd beautiful face looked like
the heart of a flower.
As sho went along sho gathered some
magilicent passion-flowers; King's Clyde
was famous for them. Shu smiled us she
thought how pleased ho would he, how his
face would brighten and Ids eyes light up
when ho saw her, and w hat a rush of lov.
Ing words would come from his lips. Ah,
how well ho loved her! And she? Her
heart warmed to him. They had been
madi "or each other, she believed. At lust
sho camo to tho end of the woods, but
there was no sign of him. It was a beau,
tiful spot, with lovely vistas of greenwood
gludes and clumps of trees, grand in their
magnificence. She looked round, but Vane
was not to bo seen. Sho knew that ho
must be there. He had not passed her to
return, and she could see tho paths that
led to the highway, but he was on none of
them. Then she saw the great oak called
King Charles's Oak, nniong thu boughs of
which the king was supposed to have been
concealed while tho senrch raged hotly be.
ncutli lilni. It was an enormous tree, and
from one side of it surely there came tho
sound of voices?
She crossed the path, and then for one
moment stood as though turned to stone.
Tho lovely roscblooiu left her face, the
glad light died out in her eyes, nnd a iul y
er of pain compressed her white Hps
"The proudest girl In England," the tiucon
of beauty und fashion, stood thcro wound
cd to the heart by whut she saw. A low
mono of pain came from her lips, alow
moan that died away on the sweet summer
Under the spreading boughs of tho trco
stood her lover, Vane Frascr Vlbart, the
1IIK HAI1.Y UAIUO HULLKT1N:
mull she had chosen from tho whole world
lo love and marry, bis handsome icllncl
face was bent over a girl who was talking
most earnestly to him, bent tun Willi an
explosion ol fi'llde-t alh'cl loo II hmi II . .
Shu saw liiui kiss thu girl's face, hold her
hands in his, talk lo her most lovingly,
und her heart almost stood still. Then tho
girt moved, and Ludy l.llias saw tho same
dark sweet lueii that hud charmed her at
the Meadow Farm.
It Is the girl from the fariu-hoiise," shu
Then it seemed to Lady Lilius Audley
that she had disiov ered the whole plot,
Shu remembered how Vane had refilled to
filler the larm-hoiise, how strangely be
behaved, und how ill be had looked. ,SM.
saw Hull now. lie had loved this beauti
ful dark-ejed girl !
"And lie would marry mo for my
wealth!" shu udded to herself, "l hinu
been duped, betrayed, and deceived. I
have been insulted and ho Audley Is; In.
suited twice, will wait for liiui here
und part from him lu re, Let him keep
the village beauty he has wool"
She stood erect in her Indignant Scorn,
loo angry just then In feel any pain, ton
indignant lo feel any pity. Willi pitiless
eyes and u while set lace she saw him kiss
the girl :igain.
Those are thu same lips that kisicd mo
yesterday," shu said to herself. "Men aru
She saw them walk baud in bund to tho
white gate which gave access to the high,
load. There hu kissed lu r again, uml lie
stood until she had vanished from sight,
bidden by a I m il of the road.
There was a smile on his lace us hu re
turned, and Lady l.llias heard u snatch of
some gay love-song. Iloth song ami smile
died away as lie saw her standing I here,
white, silent, and motionless', her lace full
of indignant scum, and the passion-flowers
in her hand.
"Lilius!" hu cried.
Then a great fear eainu over him, unci
the two stood looking in silence ut each
other. She was the lirst to break It. Hu
came nearer to her, but she held Up her
hand to sLop Its in.
"Not one word," she said ill u low stilled
Voice "not a single word !"
l.llias !" lie cried.
"II u -1 1 silence not ono word ! I know
nil. Von v ill never dupe nor decci u mu
ugal.i. I know who that, girl is, uml why
you kissed her. llow have joii dared so
10 mislead uu
And Vane whin he heard those words,
"I know all,'' believed ut. one that shu
knew that Kate was his sister, that bhO
knew the story of his humble birth nnd uu.
cused him of i.i ceiving her because he hud
never told 11. Iliil l.ady l.ilias had no sus
picion of I he I rut h, and believed that hu
was in love with Kate.
"Lilius, will you listen?" he began.
All the pride and anger of her nature
were amused, and shone in her faeu lis shu
"No, 1 will not listen! I huvo no wish
In hear why you have deceived mu; nnd
we pin t I his hour, nc er in lil'o to meet
again. Have you deceived mu or not?
"I have," he said, his head drooping oil
bis breast. -l haws deceived vou; but
I will not," she answered, her pale faco
11 i-liing scorn und ilelianee, "I forgot much
when I prnniiM'd to marry you, and you
have repaid me by deceit. You see these
passion-lluwer.s? Coming along, I gathered
them lor vou. See how 1 destroy them!
She lore llicni into shreds and threw them
Upon the ground. "In the same way I
tear from my heart nil traces of love for
you. I take hack my promises, Youhavo
deceived Hie no!"
"For Heaven's sake, Lilias, listen! I
meant to tell you. I would not have mar
ried you without "
"I refuse lo listen to another Word,"
she said. " Vou add insult to injury. Do
you suppose I should have listened to such
'i'licy still misunderstood each other.
She was speaking of his supposed love for
thu girl, and he believed that she was speak
ing of his having concealed from her tho
story of Ids birth.
"1 could have forgiven you any thing but
this," sho went on bitterly "anything
rather than deceit. We part now, and I
bid you lurcwcll."
"1 f'Hted it would be so. Oh, Lilias,
tun joii not see why I dared not tell you?
I feared you would send me away."
"I can only think you mail," she said
scornfully. "One hour ugo 1 thought you
a gentleman, a man of honortruthful
noble. Now I know you to be a traitor
"You will not lieur me, Lilias?"
"I will not, A few false specious words
from ymi cannot make mu forget what I
have seen w hat I know. Henceforward
v. e nru us strangers."
"A condemned man is allow cd tospeak,"
"A condemned man is not uUvays a
traitor. If you had, in the heat of anger,
tried to slay me, 1 would have forgiven il.
Cold-blooded wilful deceit 1 can never par.
lie raised his miserable lace to hers.
"1 see. Of course you could never par
(Inn it. I was mad. 1 have been in Para
disc; now 1 go to utter darkness ami dc.
spair. You are right It was pi-cniuiptu.
Sho sueined surprised at Ids words, not
iiito understanding them.
'Do not hale me if j on ever think of me,"
hu entreated in a low broken voice, "lie.
member only lhat I shall lovo ou with my
"tiood-bye," siio said proudly, us sho
turned away leaving him there alune.
"She did not scu tn.it hu went to Uk; spot
where she had stood, und, kneeling, kissed
the long grass that her feel had touched.
It was ull over, hu thought. The darkness
lllldcllill ol death audlicsolatlon had fallen
over him, und the light ol hc.ivcn shone
over him no more.
To bt Continued.)
Bad Luck lo Movo a Cat,
An Englishman ntiniod Jackson ap
peared to tho superintendent of Castlo
Garden tlio other day for n frco passago
buck to his native land. Ho carricdna
small squaro box under his arm and in
it a cat, and this is what ho is reportod
to havo said to tlio superintendent:
"She is tho only friend I havo. Wo
have been companions for tho last six
years. I havo always encountered
hard luck. About four months ago I
decided to cotno to Amorica, thinking
to better my condition. Well, would
you believe it, I spent my last penny
in buying my passago. I was penni
less tho day I landed. I havo not
handled ono cent of money since then.
I have travolod all over tho country. I
conld got no work. I havo livod as a
tramp begging or stealing my meals
wherever I could. My poor cat hero
has beon my only companion. Shehas
shared my sorrows." This melancholy
story will strengthen tho superstition
that it is bad luck to movo a cat.
A California Colonol has lost his
voice through oxcossive smoking.
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the bedsid" of the elck. The Practitioners' Course
will begin tho day after tlio Annual Commence
lnent and c ut'' no four weeks. Fees, In advance!
atriciilatlon. I.i.ud; Lectures, $75,110; Doiiioiislni.
tcr, r.iK. Ilosptals: Mercy, Jlii.lKi: St. Luke's,
:,.eO. Laboratory, Ji.no; Itreakage, g '.tW. Klnal
Examination, $:!"., February 1st l'rnrtltloiicra'
Course, $:.no. For further Information, a'ldross
WALlKIt IlAi, M. 1)., LL. D., Secretary,
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fl.OUii, GRAIN AMI HA
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J.h. HAKLOW.MusWhI Director,
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Clu-sii al, .seleiitillc. Nm mai and llusiness Courses,
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Furnishes to lion in Illinois Coiiseivnt ry ou all
brauchvs of .Music Address.
K. C IIASK, hupl., Jaeksouvllle, 111.
To sell thu l-'irnt Aiilhenlio Hiogru-
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1855. Auburn, N. V. M84.
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(Successcr to Chaa. T. Xewlaiul and
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ILL1N018 CENTRAL R. R.
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iINOLS CKNTUATi Ii. !!
SliiM'tost and Quickest Route
St.' Louis ami Chicago.
Tho Oiilv Line Kimuiiiiz
O DAILY TRAIN
Ma kino Dikkot C'onnkotion
Ihains Lxavx C'aiko:
i;'iO a in. Mnil,
' rrlvingin St. Louis 9 00 a.m.; Chicago, 8:30 p.
i.'onneciing at Odin and Kfllngham for Cinclu
cat I, Louisville, Iudiunapolis and points East,
1:5 i. in. Kust St. IiOnis ainl
ArrKIng In St Louis 6:n p. m.,and conuectliw
for ull points West.
M:4j p. m. l'ast ICx proas.
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in 'IS p. m., and Chicago :M a. m.
!i:4 i.in Cincinnati Kxpresa.
Airlviug ut Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. LonlsvilU 9:51
a. in.; Indianapolis 4:l5 a. m. I'aBHCLgcrb by
tins train reach Ihe above points 1JJ to 30
HOL'KS in iidvancu of any oilier route.
Jfr-Tbe 3:i5 a. in. express hai PULLMAN
SOHEI'lNli CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and through sleepers to St. Louts
Fast Time Fast.
l,,Ki,H'(i'ij b. tllle l,ne go through to East,
i ii.in.nnUi5 uru points without any delay
paused by Sunday intervening. The Saturday after
joon train from Cairo arrives iu new York Monday
nornlug at W:;!'). Thirty-six hours in advanced
nv other route,
l-VFor through tickets and further Information
ipply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONK8, Ticket Agent
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
Wl IT V
IT. Stcagala & Co., Cairo, 111.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
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