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' twor at falls I $lik e-U s on a babe's ritffresh from tih o finnocence, enrlng its lip, and Oonvulsiai!ts tremun us, ttI' hand, checked lin ~tiJaspli at "mammne" 1oik or waI t ir e spell t411hat wakes nll the4,ilj neos of the older ahildolrived-at the age of U reasonableness, Aen thw j ist darlig, plan of an afteltnoon's" go IB t atill on the way of g, A e ii te on the surface-swe-,autbd wa toers, how aften " s into their dop uk to dry up the oweet I , or turn it all in i *t eisooa of a life-tinde to * that t -to read the veto of em Sthe most haughty or careless p qrno..denial of a fellow-mortal-to " be pattm iat, and trust;, for the watch-word of n willnot be "No" It is harsh enough when, sweeteniodwith the honey-dew of tenderness it drops reluctantly from loving lips-h st when it is hurled from the month of authority, like a hot shot from a coleannon's moui. But tis it not most harsh, most frigid, wh from the lips of indif ference, thlling th grate of a heart's hope ? How oftenis the whole of a hearts hops bound Up in the little query with which we commenced! If such a heart can.resist the force of the cold, short, business-like "No!" that falls from the lips of the unsympathizing post-boy, it may bid defance to all the remaining miseries of this world. Pandora has no poison for it. I have seen a strong man turn away from the post-office counter 4sth a thunder-bolt in his brow that seemed ready to blight the ifair face ofn x in its bursting. I have seen a school boy ixfktrange land swallow tine sob lie was athaild to own, while his less meek ploy-fellow turned on his heel with a muttered oath. I hnve seen a mother come forth with a haggard face, written all over by aikiety and suspense, that shie was too much abstracted to hide from tihe gaze of the stragglers " loafing " about the door benches. I have seen a home-sick little girl and a larger one, too-burst into tears of un controllable disappointment, and all at tlie same curt, cruel "No!" I have heard more than this, and I will tell it to you. sliow tue mountain ranges ot ermont nam New Hampshire lies a tract of hill country rather picturesque ilian grand. Though sprint kied with rocks and seamed with granite ledges it is green and flourishing enough to be beauti 'a, at least in the eyes of a New Englander. As I rode through one of its grass-grown gorges upon a summer's evening, a friend pointed out to me a huge, square, antique looking house, with b , (if I rightly remember,) whieli sat lik len, far from neigbbors, oni a slight "rise" our left. It was an old country house, built, probably, beifore the Revolution such a one as is a rare sight among those hills wIwhich w&re first settled by men too poor and tOx bh* l'to aspire to more than a simple removt frdtE the primitive " WS " of tliheir aborigi nal predecessors. Th6 iM house was nearly buried in a little wilderness of its own ; and ai we rode leigurely past'it, its front frowined onut 4prkly from the shadowsof cypress-like pints, aid blooming lilacs, tihat were huddled in strange confusion around it. As a relic of the " middle ages?' of our States, it had its interesat to me; but that interest was trebled by a story I had heard about its dwellers, in chidhood. Medjr j-, the owner once of all the goodly fleldilatt roil and stretch away fromi thiis man sion into a distant perspective, was the son of a General not slightly distinguished in American history. His own title hadprobably been some thing more hionorable than the military prefix fastened so often, now-a-days, in country vil lages, upon the names of peaceable republiecns. His laurels could hardly have been bloodiless ones. Hie was at rici man,proud as ie wsrich, and stern as lie wts proud. Few, perhaps, had % firmer foundation to rest the pride of tirthi upon, of the dwellers among his native hills. But his pride was a haughtiness that aniale hitu feared and hated by the simple towns-people whom ihe despised. His name becanme a sy iionyme for "aristocracy,'t a word scarcely less hateftil than " treason" to the sturdy democrats then so lately emancipated from the rule of British provincials. He had several sons and daughters, " born in his own image " of pride. They mintgled with the " common horde," indeed, and condetscedled to the brisk business of life. But they were stately, ceremonious and reserved, bonding their heads in the common breeze, like tall pines itn i forest of-undergrowth, never reaching the level of those about them-seldomn giving anl never aski4sg sympathy. 0ne, at least, wore hter pride like a princess. She was beautif*-darkly, haughtily beautiful. When she cam t into thIe old family pew, of a Snday morning, more than one pair of eyes and lips forgot the strictness of puritianical de corum, and others besides the admiring children whisipered behind their fans, " wihat a beauty !" To be sure, the elders of the congregation shook their grave heads, and said that no good could come out of a child " brouglht up with asuch high notions: " but they cpild not hiate her in their hearts. She was seldom soeel'seiwhere, unless by siiome child or chance stroller, under the cln arcihes or pine spires of the forest, wandering all alone by herself, and smiling on the intruder her ibeau tiful smile so proudly as to repel all companion ship. Then too, upon almnost every sunny day, she might Ie met, miles away, upon some of the stony roads winding among tle fie-lis and ,r chards, mounted on a spirited bay pony-.oine times following i the wake of thie family cair riage, but oftener alone, sweeping 'he air with her nodding block plume, ani gI.seing in the brightness of lhealth andl exercise. Anne K- carried i volcano under- her fro zen veil of ceremony. Its pent-up tir.'s thshed at rare intervals, far down in her deep eyes; but oiftener they rocked hier brea-t to passionate Iheaving, while her cheeks were pale as ;i slumii berer's, and her lips unmoved from their cold. One had looked into the depths of that volca no-ne whom her stern fhither little suspected ofsaUipresumption, wlihen lie engaged his ser vices. pT hour as the tutor of his canretilly guarded daughter. Anne was'sitting, one dreanmy July afternoon upon the high-backed, stiffly-corved sofli. in the large, low parlor. The open window by lier side was curtained only by the lilacs, whose delicate blossonms nodded througlih, almost touch ing the girl's cheek, and breathing out deli ciousness all about her. Her long heavy lashes drooped towards the "Telemaque" that lcy op. on liher Ip; but it might as well hlnve becn any other book. Her stately hend did not droop, however, with its coronet of dark braiilde alnd puffis, nor lid a ouscle of her face disobey the orders of tier will- Iut thie small, white ruff below heaved and trembled like4 leaf oii storimy waters. Before tier sat, or ratiher leanel, a young for eigner-such the inoustaehe, thle languaige, and thlie " nir," manirked hiiii-speaking low, earnest words in his native tongue, that could by ito possibility have been linked to the lesaun of that dnay-a grave lecture of the " sage Men. $or." It was evident that the two had conju gated the verb ainer together long enough to forget that another existed in the French vo oahbulary, or in any other. The young foreigner was bending to speak, as we said. 0His cool, clear eye scanned thie girl's tace piercingly, while he did so-admiringly, too, but riot anxiously, it seemed. Indeed, there' played a half-easy smile of confidence and self gratulation about his lips, as though somegreat concession lihad juot been won, with surety for more to follow. HIfe too was proud, ambitious, though poor; you could read it in the bend of his brow and the sweep of his hand; but his pride was cool, calculating, circling about its aim gradually; never bounding upon thie wave of impulse, to success or to despair. He laid his hand lightly, it seemed ahiost soothingly, upon hers, as he went on. But she I drew her own away with a half-startled air, and r eyes for the first time, gave aI Ih - glance around thle room an<d - e <srement. As her eye-lido dropped round hot drop rolled from one, and fell upon his wrist. She sprang iup as though suif focated by a sob, and turned to the window a moment. When she looked in his lace againi there was no trace of tears on hers. "And you are going?" she said, low and steadily lifting iher eyes, as though shie would let him read her soul ior a moment, then dropping Sthe fringes over themi again. "Would you have me stay?" lie inquired B.e astdWbgAkose searching eyes from her ace. " No IL ' The first word was spoken firmly, te fast In a tone fluttering into silence. In an iBtant, as though she despised l herelf for having saMid or thought it, she dcew herself up more proudly than ever, with a blush burting on each check. " No!" she repeated; " go! go back to your country-to your dear France! put the ocean between us! but first teach me to forget!" " Forget! " thle young man echoed. " I could sooner forget myself! C('an I not take remem brance and love with me across the Atlantic? What more would you give me? " She half turnied away her ihead, struggling with the strength of pride against the passionate heating of her heart. There seemed a sort of triumph hidden in her companion's eye, ns lie watched the-ednflict hie had awakened. It was 'for this very pride, this very queenliness, that 'helmd marked her his " bright particular star " in the firmameneat of life. And in the conquest of that ruling passion his cooler nature glowed, even on the threshold ot a long separation. iHe triumphed in reading her soul; but it was a hidden book to him, after all; lie could not in terpret beyond the limits his own heart had reached, and lie dreamed not of the dizzy sweep hers could take. " Shall I offer you thle hanl as well as tlhei heart of a 'penniless adventurer,' as your ad mirable father would style me, ' for worse' ra ther than ' better' or" " Enough!" she exclaimed. " I am a gene rais girandchild! do not make his blood boil in my veins for shame that I have forgotten it! Go! gain a name and a fortune! Be happy be great! But if you forget, Edmund ! " here the strange, low tone came back. Suddenly sweeping the braids fiom her forehead,she said, vehemently: " Do you know what it is to be forgotten, Ed mundd?" " You know what it is to doubt, Annc! " lie answered, in a tone half tender, half severe. " To be fIrgotten!" lshe relpeated. " It is-to 'lie! " Ohi hush, love! Why, one would think that we were making our eternal adieu. Have you 'ne atomin of belief in the communnion of kindred souls-one atomn of trust in me, Anne ? 'Tis a little thing that so many paltry miles will he between us, when"- 1 It is not a little thing!" iste exclaimed, ris ing before him, and clasping her white hands until the nails crushed the quivering flesh. " It is not a little thing, Edmund, that you have made all existence a blank tome, but your self! that you have brought me to live only in your presence! tlhat you bave bound up my life in your heart, and are carrying it over ocean and continent ! No, no! " she continued, " take your eye off mine! What have you spell-bound me to say, wsiile 1 scorn my very self for the 'nosing ? Ltave me!" " IIn a feow minutes, Anne, and for long years, perhlaps," lie replied, seriously. " Shall we part liefore strangers ?' One toesentts struggle, and the barrier Ii 'ride was overswept by the wild heart-waves. Ahe leaned her head on his shoulder, sobliine like a terrified, trusting child! The words wiis pered it tlihoe nmoents were only for the osld that drank themt in. - Anne's sobs grew quiet at last, audlsle raised her tear-floodeil face, subdue-.l and trustfll, Edinulnd's ever-watcifiUtil eye gave one glante to leer disarranged toilette. ".ly dear, your ruff will )ie tellingi a tale tiat tite wilds Altould not whisper!" 'ie ttutr teltred, Witit stmtile, poinstitg to tite warning ant'l of hIis repeater. Antne gatlhered tiall thie old pride biack intc leir eye in a twinkling, raisced her untremblitig liands to hier headl, and smootled lier rutffled plumaCge; tlhen, sIeaII-like, sie settled upon tlie embroidered toftit, and re-opened her forgptten book. I I shall write very soon after 1 reaelt ris," 'dimutnd went on to say. " Can you ecure a letter, safely ?" " 0i, yes !" Ann te adswerel, eagerly; but the iblood mtoun ted to her forehead at tie impSlied confession of tanoetvring. "ThenAtne," h'Ie Iegall, rnlr13y, lbut sihe aisedher hand, with ltssiek, terrer'scl sestteee -Te\ re, ther! hushle TIle rusa olt vlkg in l dess in the adjacent all, lithough faint se ite sigil of ,t zOpiel l over tile autemen corn, struck ont her listelitlg ear like thre death knell of' dreams. The ever self posaesced ticher raised his peencil professionally, msel was vocitleratiseg es Froncls Vete Wille Ieetcet -1 seng froeid," as tele door opened to it slowacger looking elder sister. Site swept in, d roppinlg a sitctely courtecy through ler oeintgig-hoop, it acknowcledgmet of the extremely cereeeeonious inclination ofr tele young t-reigtea's head. She looked gaunt astd grim, like ' i generatioie-old Picture Lst caled freoses its frstme-the more so that her hair was drawnec tightly back to the seuenctit oc ler iecad, over tle Organ 0ef " self-roteest;', s prtelologi-'t fix it, and that Chain e tls emsiv 'elI leads-els hteir-leoomt of age, gone hey-girt leer bare throit. .1 Oood 1af1ptoon sir?, shieoseee in h eatroes ieiseg toee. " I tee1teleeseseet frOems tey sister t-lat tsOU isetests helseNtieg town to-s-orrtew, sir Oui, LMsdelrmiselle, ottns deste." b Wat, ir' ? " seetitirel thee 1ly, litting her ey-erowees a little, lille-that is, one terhosaes i pardoiles, -Made moiselle ; tiht wise es to ,sey-certaineNl. I e ill depart to-niorTow." It was a politie whint ofe Edlmundes . I to affect sos oight knowledge ccs possile ofe the English laanguage when COrvert-sig With his pIatrose,. Perhapes e le felt that there wac little tesides Ilis accent ses- idseim to meark his k ietth-place ased -coesequeelt qualifieation ie r his post Of teacher. 1Rs Was Of Sax-sao pcareetage. and though lorn m-e educated necasl Paris, lee lhad inherited l craste of charactr decidedly un-French. The ice of Alpine glaciers 111sed not selted frone Ilis vrins under tile eellowing tes tests I tis nativity. le was deeply versed ite tncstionle tharacter. however, and Could 'sutte the volatility of tile tee Frtchmll an t iestt plasture; tie t in ]is earliest m101ollints lie, was IIIw21 ,S the Cool, Cautious. n impelclsive Germeane. " What senseless jargon e" eclaitter Miss h(., oeltelaptueeocusl. - Atete, I 1101cr ;ou ieave leech eeoelizis of it.' Mloist Ilit, tMademoiselle. I pray your par lon t li lengue Fraent-ime-tite ttltgue French -is slppoCel to be the nost polite, the most I elie, in le heettit totle. Alitteknoitselle , yout 'iter, I have pleasure aid pride to sai, that cite it spetike nlready like tie Parl-iinnc." I fear tie tetlhero conscience was sýotewiht cotlpromised in paying this compliment, ic, cc was betore hinted, Antics progress in one Freoch verb it1tel been miuch iore rnpil td ilthorough thant in any of tie otlier mysteries of the Ittt - itnseer is pletseed to tihitter the yottng bulv," returned the stately siiter. earileetly. .\li V inqi reliF lt W1111 110111 Y111 Will w:ait 111)n 11, in tile morning " " I will have the pleasure to imike lily aulieux At the hour tell, if it pleitse lltttieur, 3o-it ftt item, because la voittre-the pultit Carriage -41111l depart lit cleven." - Very Well, sir: -, rgt your iill; your ztltre till te ill readctlieý,S. " Your hour is upi, Anine., ,uvelv. Come with me0, I wanit a throad of ' ellow-br-ownl fromt your ntroidery box, 1r (Ith- drke- t i - tht e ii % Des to.llaon l hair. There Your fram has, etnod uix days without a stitch. It %tll run l l isk it oitoing neglected now, I hope, that tthis OUt limdish tlicl iinesc is 1thirly over. Anne arose tied ihatiically, i1t1i slowly tit llowel Iter sister to the door. Just ittore reaching it. ,he turned l lie tie look and one wotr, spoken more to the eye tham the ear, tli!itimlct only to hmut whosm she Was leaving. It was- leictiem 1"(unti11ld rais-e his litmitd coleltlmlly to hiS ls imid lifted hist eyes to Heavene ill liiIute oath Vt tielity. Amid tius-they parted. [iTh& Atutrtluded nue at I ""its o'n old"" CoIot Od ti - t-i-d Roll I .... t. dll rU.Q. I.Ig-,,. O quate ink fto ne old Coegnac. SIM.O),lihloOl 110 iA I' bseO soin l boes choic and~to onO0Wo.l MEDICAL CARDS. IOEOPAT HC PHYSICIAN-JAMES 0. I. LCERO BAAXEE, office oorner Carroll ty r. 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