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'. tngtiT cliap, too, tv prla, wt pottcS aud .at. rmil nd u tuat r bacd U M utoria. lie' on, holds the U It full of tbfin. All about tbc i-s and Tim l'irl tit tlin 1 : , - - - ' - ..... 'J T. noun t I II 1 1 I I ' lie; - - " ' ' uib muuow waa otai Mr torT iaof ilor tui 1, " 'njr they've dene ful, I aar. fjho to xmall. aj am.ll the Kxr and loh, wbowi little nidr. i Uut lu, '"'i- I l'ke U tit br and j m compatible with b-antT bud toht 01 u uiiB, narrow a. it w,ill briut: tb-m ' 1 - lie iiave tifjiie uongh, if that's .'.... t 1 -l . t s t ...iw u.. ii.ui. oj innt aoouer than the uc ""TO ""ge enongti, 11 that s 1 a.i me ttiinj; aeconaarji to tiiaku Lor be- Work of thotw who tu-jtk ifi) w j1, .it . --. .. 1 ' " iHud tn( land lorn. TliirAM w . n.l I witi-liinfr Tim ar-f i - w.,, s ttiiLi ; v...,,,m, 0. v uou nuuiurr irflu- wiiU, aud oar. for no better .ight. j 1,19 l' to U-ll, uigbtn when 1 t.r; it maa good and jiuie. She wan a 1 L , h 1 ... 1 1 . i at A r m. 1' n I. r. .. ; 1 1 il t ! A . . . 'v.u on mo ji iw j kuore, a ahore """"S'-rijom, me oid wo- ;ii.'t'r, sci uowa m a Hliaii(,'o spot, for hiio wajtttie UaugbUr of llobert F'itb iun, tli 11 landlord. Ibr father loved Lfr with tLat spe cie of idolatry wLich parenta aome timos U hIow upon an only child. He bad, in hia dovotion to Ler, hcaitated a Ht'llliil.N M M I'NHON, Attoray and Cuiu!!or at Law, IXAIIKMIINT M-K"t CO.. (! I- DM.r.l 1 ... U. . 4.. . . M k . . . 1. .... . 1 -" - M..r mo iAMimr, .7. H. HMAN. M. I).. Prantnn l1vii(siaB atwt 8uroiv, 0( i kw4nm i. Mai SLrwl, "Ta. vf. J. li. IIA'11-HKI.imn, kttoritxy J (''... llur .t I jiw, oa ! JM i,e a iitu-4't Mora, H. H. CtKMON. M. IJ t. a. Ktal.la r.fa fw liulll rraoWaa, llrTr4 Tra, ruiroat' 1llr, t A. -M. JOHNSON", x m xr t 1 r . H(r lu ll Oh tiB'nUvn-wl ui4 UwiOt XruUd tfll ff 1. I '.ijr lk..t ui ftk VANDEHLII'8 HOTEL rfiiH -t i.il. A ll"ti mu .i..n fr.r X ttM'iii"Wlif lb laehf pktliA l'r Vt i fc tlo..Hi i:rm l ..r..r frirff klf4j during U Hi..i .anifAOiA fit iHi fMlioaif. blil.ru ilUl. f .llVf. V. I lMfHT ..irtllll K. H I'kULII', r,tiru. Mor4iUT. Vt. riiM-ka, sparkling vea, white b'etli, and aJl the thing uecunsarj to make Lor Ihj- CJhiu which tbo nba of many a gallant ! UJHn s"'1 f:,0''.v " I- Tiny do take ubip be acattcred, live a daa of jueu ' '1'ln ,n,l'i ful, doth tmmrn. Dasli luown aa wrtkuta. NovelibU have i lf 1 k""g w,'.1r- 1 we what given to tbuMi tuon a character which, jyou or "1Hli9 ,l,t ot Now, !.. I, i.. .1 ' Piinl.m ..I.. .:n A 1 - though in aouie rara canca the true one, in in the main uujuaU Tneae wrecker, trife day afb r day, to aavo from tho jawa of the ravenous ata, a LveliLood for their aivta and Lttlo ouca. Tbey re rougn men, with baud calloumd bv .1 . . . the uue of the oar and handcar. Tht'ac j fcr Kai'' lno '""dlord afu-r a pauise. 'You re me uifti, who, when the . drivta ! Voimn the whisky.' Cuplain, pbat will u take ? Tin for brandr. What .In vnn am . .. . jv... ,w t . , viauta urn ( Uf WlblVlLMl ft boyi? GouianpAnJ tnke fiuramat. ! lonu timo before Le sent lipr L. Twou'tLnrt, if only to kop tho wio.ljLool in ltriJgetou. ibo'Citv'of outb on a iiibu b Hiotuacu. What do you nay to that,' Hill Dock YOUK" Broadway UNION HOUAllK. II. Il. MILES Sc CO., iTorntorf H- t. HlltS. r n. ovi. THE EQUINOX HOUSE, MAVHSTRI, VkkMOST, 0p. from t o. total.) At ik Ital af Wf ROVtSoI, ,mf u,, 0nw, rrxt.iH, ' Ma,u,t'"- , FINJ tlRIVKK, i.koIITRoi T FI'IIISO. MM f. M. OtVlS, MuiIMn, Vt Itont. to Mun. hc.tvr. .rTb. II A M Hm!mi . A. a nmUmi ItKKiiMama, at 44 r, Jt. If lium Im. I.. i .... ... u. - . .. .. Z. 1 - "v."4 1 " arriial of Kmlm, (Mor 01111 1i.ia ti fit, am au audllauowa fiixa. .a-Trwn. k.t. a1r.i.i. ! .1, If.. imK in Bcttja. at u M , .,r l4t atn nat M DENTISTRY. WM. W. I?rUKKWAT,l)ENTIST. lltlMmuilnrkwa. f,w ar liKaeaia Al- ll 111 l 1.41., ., , I, , , rr .vVs M,"f,'"' s sL?. ,,,,, w " 0 Bennington 4 Kutlaad Railroad. tKvra, li'l tti)aa4 tl an A M " .l IV. W it 1 i l lWrt a a4Mlttd ill La.t t. P. H ! " It " " 4M " lit - tl '" 't -oii. i; ar.i Ue.Tl 2 " Ti A ttuHia ra ar- WIM . ! Trw t iu pa. III 111 1 aw iu .i l,rt lt.i Ait) t KnuaMat Sljia 4.,,, , M lt Vmrt!r tod i'lV" 4 444rtMla mj 9mm r t. . . . .. . w .i4.rt 41 ! i,9lpa. J."'?"?-- ,IITI ' i mi Nmi h. ti j, ,.4 .;T.7.rJrii.4 IMIMI t.i.V irf tUrauitH itw or vnjiao.M mmkt, P ITUM. a!iBt,. PIANO FORTES! WM. McCAMMON A CO., HiTr Tt Ltlii OF TMl If.lERICIH PliHO FORTES. AUo, w:Lg liSlfUTlMM r TBI B0ARDMA5 & OEAT IRON RIM PIANOFORTES, ALasr, h t pO..TIIA. TAVUHl, Af,p, " tieroux rvurr. rr oo the ptmlous aauda which line the tn-achroua coaot, puuh out their little boat, aud roacuo the drowning crew, mking Uiuir lives.imd often losing them too, in the nervice. 'hat if they are actuated by the hope of gain 1 It m uicir calling in life their war of nut. lug bread in their children 'a ju uth. All down that dreadful atrttch of shore, at 8iiaiu Beach aud ltaruegat, thcue men hate boat hauled Uo on the aaud, and when they hear the aiinial gun, or eo iu fundi far out upon the water, tboy lbrut them out, aud do tlieir duty aa only bravo we can. uoblv ... r ii arm wen. The afternoon had been sultry, and tho cloud, rifting on the far-off horizon made crafty old wrecker, nbake their beadH, aa if the sky were a book that they could read. Tbey knew what it meant, that fleecy tanopy fining and falling bke a curtaiu, as il ibakon by spirit hand... The sea gulls flew creaw ing ovwLead in a aort of frantic atate, a if they too kutw what was coniiug. The aea, rolling ui iu aurizua to th.i ahore, B;oiued to riaa higher at vury iwell. Many Cbheriuen, war.-ied by tho ky, were coining in from tho fishing ground. At a jot not many miles from Bar ncgat Light, a little cluster of houaea bad been built for tho families of the wrecker.. As a matter of course, among tho buildings waa a tavern, which the. men iKKjuentua of a mVbt. It waa a crazy old structure, kept by a wrecker too old for his sea vocation. Ho stood behind his little bar dealing out pota tions of whiskey, colored according to taste and dignified by any name that tha landload chose to call it gin, whis ky, rum or brandy. . On the evening under notice, many of the villairers had tawmbUI in the bar-room, to talk over the looks of the sky and their chances of having work to do before morning. 'You'U ace,' aaid the landlord. 'We Are going to have a right strong nor' wester U fore morning, and you may as well get ready your boaU. It'a des prit uncertain weather, I allow, and a big boat was expected to paaa soon. We hain't seen many boats for two days. How is that whisky. Bill Deck er?' That's g4 whiaky,' replied the per m addrcKed, a tall fellow in a U-ar skin overcoat aud suu'-weaior. 'Tbal'a ri'jhl gocfl whinky.' 'I thought you'd asy so. Who is this cusp that s loafing round here so Jong, les, I did,' replied Bill. 'I did praise it, and it npeded it! This bran ny is goo.1 puongh to speak for itself. western Jersey, whore she obtained her education; for Emily had an edu cation, a strange thing to the daughters of most of the people along the coast. Poor people look upon educated peoplo there with a sort of wonder, mixed with awe, thinking that tempta Providonce I ' ft ""' vuiin A IUiIUUUCO 'Ho'tiV said the landlnrd n.i a.,.! ID (Illl'ilK frt lima .. as.. .,4k T..i nUIH t ' 111 III u. AUb Willi tho right thing of it. Ah, who's that !' Emily Fithian it was diffcienL Every .... ..... irivui-r we re Doen talking vut anew tier, every one loved her. .' saiil Hill I), L, itr..'. -i 'ti,i.:i. .1 . . . of,' said Bill Deeker. 'He's alwavs on baud when there looks to be trouble brewing in tho sky. He loves a storm, I do think. Here he bo.' The door opened to admit the new comer. A slight man, with a clear-cut, pale face, a finely shaped head, cover! ed with curling black hair, and tho in- uescribablo air which marks a wrsnn of birth and breeding. His difss was evidently chosen for a sojourn here, and was coarse and strong, and littlo better than the dress of tho fishermen, though better out and made. Ho had a small fowling-piece on his shoulder, which he set carefully behind tho door, throwing down a bunch of quails unon the little connter. 'Just give those to vour wife Mr. Fithian, if you will be so kind, and tell her to dress aome of them for ,ret. f;it. ' They are very fine. My dog puts them up finely. Good evening, Mr. Decker. I call you to witness that I caught the largest rock fish the other day. Mr. Fithian don't moro than half believe me. We shall have to take him out with ns some dry and show him how it is douo.' 'We will that,' replied Decker, laugh ing. Old man Fithian has some old fashioned notions about knowing how 10 lane out blue turn. We would soon show him.' The landlord made no reply, bat took up the quails and disappeaicd with mem through a door behind the bar 'You'll find a snack waiting for you in tno eating room,' he said, comim? back. 'I think you'd do as well to go in now, or your coffee will be cold.' 'Thanks,' replied Fletcher. 'Ill take a wash. Handling powder and dirty Bhot all day, I have made a mess of it. 'You'll find the basin behind the door Mr. Flcti her. I told wife to cook tho quails. She knows how to do it." 'Vt bat are tho chances of a storm to night? Mr. Decker,' said the young The children on the the beach stoni.ed playing and ran to greet her, when she walked in the glory of the summer sun shine down the long stretch of beach below the tavern. She had finished her course of stud ies at the school, aud came back to them a great deal more polished, a lit tlo more quiet, bnt iu other wavs tb same darling girl who went away from horns three years before, during which sbo only came home once a year. Rob ert Fithian saw with a joalous pang that his daughter was growing up into a wo man. 'Some ono will bo wautim her: some one else will be loving my little .miiy, was bis thought, night and dav. What if she should love some ono who would take bor away take the very life out of heart, as it soemed to him ? o little Emily fo meet , mo when I come home, aud reach up for a kiss io littlo girl to sit by my side when tho lamps are lighted and the fire burns in the fire-place.' The man studied ail the time how ho could keep bur, how ne should drive away ono who should dare to look upon her with a lover's eye. And when Fletcher came dewn from the city, his jealous eye saw in uim ouiy a man wuo hat! como to steal away his child. He had more reasou to fear than even he thought, for Emi ly, and none other, had brought Gar rett Fletcher into Jersey. Garrv. tbcv called him in the city. He was a re- porter of the press, as well as a writer of some merit, a 'card' of a well-known publishing house in New York. Busi ness took him to Philadelphia, and a inena took him to BridL'eton. There he saw Emily. There is a walk in Bridgetoo which is much frequented and they used to follow iU windings together, very often. You no in at two great gates which lead you past a great nan factory and rolliriL'-miU and skirt the side of a high bluff, upon the top 01 which stands two or three very neat j ' . ... v,, bU. C man, as ho dried his hands upon the residences. Passing over towel. 'If the worst comes. I ask as a favor that you will give me a place in yonr boat' T don't think it would be right.' 'Have you got any ono that can beat mo at the oarf 'No. I don't thick wo have. I can't - " - - "1 i - ' " ' " ".! units. x Villi and what does Le want? Ha mav tie a ! think wbrr a rr,.r.(1r..u l,l :t. good aort of a man; mayhap U tter ; ed it up. But what I was thinking of than I am, but be don't show his col- ors-a p raticai way I don't like. "You oubn't to complain.' said Bill IVrker, holding tip his glai-s to the a rnstic. bridge, you como suddenly upon a minaturo lake, lying "Cupid-like within a hollow of the down," and stretching away before the eye, perhaps a quarter of a mile in lenirtb. TLe w alk leads you along the bank of mo liace, aiU then for a mile you w alk under low, second-growth trees, naat ' thickets laden with the breasU of white magnolia blossoms and fragrant laurels, until you como to th. pond formed by a dam in Cohausey Creek. Crossing mux HEADS rrte4 a4 n, 44 144, iMft4.i vrrux. wasjbe dangir' L 'Danger; to whom ?' To' yourself." T ,,,.! it,:.,.. - iC. 7 . ' v,Wfc vruw,nS r v.. .ti - i . '.. w.,u 01 tuau mini ici , me Uum upon its parpct. tou continue bht. He a a good customer, and von ! that irnnl.U m v :..i.4 ..!., 4 l"! you continue ..t.. i ,i . 1 ' '"14,10. imiia o( me waiK uown the other aide of th. o aba row of l money often enough it lor yourself r you have a family to ! stre.m, drink from a famous spri g 111 V g0,f m'n href"r' "ear rcd-laad homo agalt,. 'SwingiWoK 1 o k. I m kon. and ha. come here alive on the face of the earth. What if circle,' Gatry Fktchr d ank " dctt I bar W.1I, how the city bog. come ono hnng would shed a single tear.- edge ho gained of the fact that Fmily dowC.M.y and AUant City Why should I uot go out with Jon ? I loved him. They 1 .I S U gst ,h. aame.- want your rom W Witt you give it V months; then her LZZJZ It make. m. think bKtlth., poor. 'If you are bound to go, why tbea I ! left Bridgeton to r-tnrn aomort He w.ak klycturtbat Uy know J promise. It wasn't on my account that wandered" aimlessly bTk L C Yo" Ur. to go. I don't know bow they j I .poke at an. You aiked if we were worked hard. .rL IX 7 , . Urya; b.aim.4 ,o on Uo aid., by Ther. U sign. . hich a aador know. ' plaj h,t firin, ia tu ISSw "Jt Co to show tbat ..:Lu.oii0.t"uo calgtbalf a chatia. au4 when it are aaf. f,.r iri.!a v., i- i. : . .... do4.Uow,to,lyua s,k)y daatj we ri and .L " IT' V ch to voa can't breath.. It at .... ! I. ', Ti, ..n'T J , -a " pnonograpbic wri- - j 1 . - v Ung, h. looked np suddenly, eip.ctiug "" ixrtkn U..U44, "'?. tmtami 14,1m mum 4llvlt , 44 LI. ac 1. . Uja. I went to Yc-k TV.nl. fwt.. 'r.t.r.v tn, - , . , . . ' -"''' uoi in c'l o ; 10 sv nor aiandmi? bv Lia ai.iA n one. u, a eoto.r and wit op ia th. now and what', tb.a .natk TM,MhiZ7hZ U, UitUHu.L.dltouuWL Ismsharpt and can ? could Bo, give her " alTwh" h! m.U J and th. ommbuaa and tnj.y my,!f w , meal' 'could get fvacaUoa, h.k bimatlf JZtTtl 'i 1 U-bind the Ur and a.ro'iand Li! trapadown LtL TLu aiti.lU.wu Ididn'tgo -.ithedK.r.w,ihaaodoffr;en far-i lit Lad on. failing a.rtcv andh. put back b U UM. and w onldn't ,el, to the M in the r.im, Hif fra.k. ! Lad Un w.th h. wXrT but . d.T HaU.T'l . r 'Wit-,uf -poU i high that she would not m.nUon ,b. tut If all th. ge,.t Uk. go to Cf May term, of Lim. Lu, Inline, at the sc.. that he cm. to Ur lover .So La caju feJ 10 TU cfjU .L0oU.g, in aa U wiuch U txcull-nr., Ukg Lis vacate ...y fcon. li'. .My Uarlllig ! It waa all h aaij, but his look S.k. mor. plainly than word. A quick flush roo into her pretty chek, and ah. allowed him to bob! her band; and dropping on one kucfl by her aide, be looked up into her 'c. whiio she looke.1 down on bun with an e xprcasion which a lover could not miNtjike. Sho did not rfirrot her for sho kuew that she had more inliu micm upon him for good, than any oth er creature. 'What were you saving just new about going out in Decker's boat, Garry?' she said. 'Decker's boat ?' ho said, evasively. Oh, I go out with him a great deal.' 'Were you not talking about it fo-niyUt' Ho was silent, for ho would not de ceive her. 'You must uot go out I know more of the sea than you do. It ia frightful in its rago. Wtion the weather is pleas ant, it is gra n J; but, wheu a storm is on it, oh, it is terrible terrible I Gar ry, I saw a shipwreck once, and I nrav God I may never look upon such a sight again. The sea was whit, with foam; tho fires upon the hooch only flashed out a littlo way into tho leadun gloom. And when tho ship struck, it was on the inner ledgo, and we could see I Then sho was doomed. Tho mast swayed, bout and broke like reeds 1 You must not trust yourself to tho dangers of tho coast surf.' 'I do not know that we are going out. I only said to Bill Decker that, if tho storm came and they went out, I was to make ono of tho party. That is all.' 'But you shall not go. Bill Decker, and such men as he, hava lived hero all their lives, aud they know what to do. JJut you are a stranger to tho tricks of the treacherous sea. What if you should lose your life ? Did I not hear vou sav to Decker that if you lost it, you did ktiow that any one on earth would weep for you ? Whas that just to mo, Gar ry ?' 'It was not. I made a mental reser vation iu your favor. Well, we shall see, If the ski m does come, I must go out, for I am pledged to it. and I shall co my duty like a man. I have been more of a man, and led more of a man'i lifo since I came hero, than for years bciore. You do not know the tompta tions which surround a guy young man in a great city. You do not know that thousands live amid vices 'which con taminate by their very touch. We must come in contact with them, mora or loss, and we get tainted so imperceptibly that we are lost men ere we suspect. Xou will have to lake mo iu hand. Em ily, and keop me hero, and make the old sea wash mo of the city's corruptions.' ia tho mean time, you are forgetting your supper. Como, got up, sir, and annu yoftr coHeo before it freezes ov.r. I made it mysolf, and I want yon to say H ia good. . , 'I'll pledge my honor it is nectar.' 'Your word will do,' she said, placing a cnair for him at the table, and pour ing out his coffee. 'Keep jour hands to yourself, tot father will be cominir in. and seeing your around arm me might uo eanse for a 'scone. Garry made a hearty meal, talkinir with bor at intervals, and tbinkinir of tho good time coming, when ho should nave a nreside of bis own. with her dear face beside it. We he had finished, she ciearod the table, and sat down to her work, while ho, cn the other side of the table, road the 'Idyls of the Kiuir aloud making comments and answering her questions, for she was learned in love matters, whether in reference to Ar- thnr, Geramt, the faithle-w Ouoen. Enid or Lancelot of the Lake. Sho yympa- imzou wun una Arthur, and wonder! at the enduranc of his love of Guine vere, and how she could r .-train from loving him. The close of that grand address to her, when he bado her far- wcll at tho nunnery, to meet her here after ... "Jfut laarxduVa, nor utotWa." found Emily in tears, Fletcher eloaed th. book and looUd at h.r. bending closely over her work to hide her lean 'Where b your mother ?' he aaid. 'She is in tha kitchen.' renlied Emi ly. 'I mat go to her. I think she wants mo.' He mtired to hia owu room and aat down at the window without a lamp The wind was rising and moaning about tb old building with weird, unearthly ound.lilie wandering ghoul. A strange, uiu asy sensation crept over th. tray juuug man a sensation partly of f,.ar hour .if mi... l.l I..I. l i . ... 4, i. , Hr ii!jai( OOOIII- ing out upon tbAind, tboaxmodof the signal gun. It awoke hiui instasUy. Springing from bis bed, with thc aouuds of many voice. In lu. f ,, b. reacimd the shore w iih th. rtwt. Where is she ?' he ak.d of Bill Deck er, leering out into th. gl.a iu. Dv or yonder.' replied the wrecks, tuKK'Og at th. chain of hia Uiat m b. "poka. 'She', on th. Frjmg Pan, God help hor, and thu jawr aoala ia hr, for I iUws be thinking sho nor they will nerer hvo out this night.' They're lightin' fin,., and when that's done y oa kin aoe her. Bear a hand her with thi. lock; if. ruaty with the spray."; 'Are you gtnng out?" .demanded Fletcher. ' 'We're a-goin' to fr. replied 11,11 'It ain't that I think we kin do it Th iVa au awful surf ujmhi the beach and tha ooat can t live. Ah, ah I Ther. ora ... . r ma nres Half a down iota of flan v. snramr tin , r n - r aiong me stretch of aaud, and increas ing in volume, threw a lurid glar. over the scene. A tho circle of liL-ht broader, the young man saw th. ahim and snch a sight I rihe had boon driv en high upon the reef and waa break, ingnp very fast, being only a small coasting schoouor. Half adoaen drench ed men wore clinging to tha masts, turning pitiful glances toward the shore. and now and then stretching out a hand for aid. Tho great waves leaped up toward them, smote them with mkrhtv forco and then receded, leaving only nve men upou tho spar. Out with tho boat 1' waa tho cry. Many hands were ready, aud Bill Deck era boat wa. dragged out upon tho sand. The .row took thoi plaoes.Gar ry Fletcher among tho rest Teu men laid their brown hands upon the gun wale, five upon each side, and ran bar out into the surf as the last wave re ceded. Three times.bruised and drench ed, they were hurled back noon tha shore. Three times with unwavering courage, they dragged her out again. The fourth time, the oar. .eemed to j grip tno watee with, redoubled force, aud hurrah I sho glided out of th. white surMino and turned her prow toward the wrcoked ship 1 through all this Garry Fletcher worked like a-heroi looking at their cox swain, littlo- Wilhe Glenn, a vouno-stor who had run wild so long upon the shore that ho was amphibious. Ho had thrown a tarpaulin over hia face so that nothing was visible but hi. eyes, which burned with inUtnse lustre. Ho seem ed to entor into th. terrific danrror with wonderful steal. The boat was steered gloriously. Th. boy aat there, with hia head nearly on a level with his knees, feeling tha tiller rope with a careful hand, and not throwing away an inch. HIT 11 a v oil steered, Willie,' was the prevail ing cry. The boy had not spoken, aud when appealed to had only answered br a nod, or aaaka of tho hoad. They wer. tearing the schooner, aud tho men on board could make themselves heard. 'Sho is breaking up,' shouted one. 'Hurry boys hurry.' J ho boat hung where sho was awhile. the men pulling just enough to keep her stoady. Ono of tho men must bika out a ropo. It would not do to go too nenr, and break into pieces against tho acbooner'a side. Tho choice fell on Fletcher, and ho roso and took a rope in his hand. : Bill Decker fastcnod it about his waiat, and ho plunged into tha sea. Keep hor steady, boys, cried Dock- tr. -Look out, Willie. You are letting her drift broadside to tho sea; if you do that wo are gone..' - RocaNed to his duty, the boy pulled his left hand rope, hard and kept her head to tho sea, whilo the mom looking over their shoulders, kept up a constant slin k upon the rot. Fletcher swam resolutely towards tho schooner, now ruing upon tho top of a mhAtv wav. again sinking to an immeasurable depth 11 seemed. And thou apriiiuirii? intu view upon th. top of the!next billow ! A hundred feet is a short distant on the water; but it is a fearful diaUnca to swim against a teinrxmt .urt Fletch.r wa. a powerful swimmer, hi. boyhood days having ben spent by th. blue wn Ur of Ontario. The m,n on .bora cbeertd lnstily, as the strong swimmer preased on ov.r the heaving wave. 4-..L . . .... Auomer u-o. aDd bis hand tu laid on the sido of th ship, and he el.mbed to th. dk by means of the trailiflfr i , Fr7 u ir, rop-. Th. ro.r shipwrecked men butmor.of.urnse-?drt.adofwhat graatad him with ft bo.L cry of wX muiht corn r.l lht Ar, :t 1 . .1 . ' lf.lrt 11 r 1 , . , jComa. 11. a,i wAhmm a moment, but H. heard tU fUUps of th. men in tied th. rop. ho had bright to th. tU Ur-raota to they det.artvl 111,. i..,l. wa awake in the old Louan. Kti: l. b.r.... n.. ..1... ..... .. . . . , ,1 . , j -it-.. o.uriii aetua.1 Pack to tot there, look.ag mournfully out j th. length of th. ro,,., drawing it tani Hd irn r r 1 - tim. to wasu. cL and truii oct, . Gborgo ArnoU, at ft tone.' The Dim wt-M ianii-ii, and t. go down Ui. bar hand over hand waa the w.k ( , f,,w B,t,r(M.ftta. aue by lie Ibry r batill u.to the Uat, dropptng ..sit of th. way of th. mwera. Garry came last, and again took hi. I " oar. Eter siiimi lb. kul j had l.-!i n.a U fat, the young n vwam ! i. u.rn J,,. fTr ,.(im ht l)(trU)(S ; who nakn.g bi hi for vthrt, , ai.d whin ,n tuken into th. Ut j tr- th Ud b il to at.bbing. j tVl oft Uiat ro, e" rru d Divlrr. ylk abve tbcue, Wd:,at back water I two and b! 1"I! ,,r r,Jtlll . u u( . are ,., .neIl4,,K fr, yt) ymu KU. key 1 .yea it, ttl mi f ,f, .. l'nil. all ..g ther! Ahtb.i.,b,.go,..r : As the bust gh.1,,1 ,.n ih,0gU th. I n aW-, the fac s i f the men turns,! .toward the wrevked mdi.smer. bo j waa trt -nibling in all b r parU, u if ah. if. lt tho enming doom. Then. .'I .1 one, she aeemed to crumble int., pi,.,.,., and was gone! On the plac. whir, sbo had lain, a few pieeea ,,f breki-ii wood, a floating fnateh, a splinter of a topmast, were all tbat remained to ahow whrra the schooner had gone down Tbo saved men looked at Fletdrr iu silent gratitude bnt dared not mov to thank him. Through th. foaming surf line, high op mi the lch went the hftf-lniat, and all it. occupant, wero thrown imt rrpon th. sand. Many strong bands worn ready, and tbey wcra seired and carried out of tho reach of the next wave. Then th. nrtimi of th. wreck cast tbeawlvew at the knee. of (ian-ety Fletchwr, and clung to him, iiianauig turn for tho life preserved. He put tbem off at well a. h. ronld, and rn'iit them to tho tavern to have tome thing warm at his expense, as be chosa U tUy and tea what came ashore Whatever it was, it waa eagerly aeiiiul and carried to a place of safety. Tha cargo ws. ditto and molaxaea. and cask, and bales dotted th. wave, in ev- ery direction. Whilo they wero eaier. ly at work, Fletcher was astonishod to Willi., tha litlio ooaswain, oomo running down to tho beach, barehead- ed, land panting for breath. When they first reached th. shore, ho had dis appeared. When he came near, they saw that ha had uothing cm but a raw. ged pair of trowsers and an M sftirt. hatt tho matter. Willi.?' aaked Fletcher, who knew tU boy w.ll. aa ha had often accompanied him ujain hi. excuraiont to tho wood, aud fishinir grounds. 'Matther iadad. ' replied Willio. who could not get the Irish burr froa under his tongue. That I want to know i phat unaisy baste stole my clotho..' 1 our clothes ? You had a tou'-woa- tor on when you went out just now. hero is it r 'How should I know ?' Sur.. when tha atorm com I waa sleeping at tha tavern; Miss Emily gev mo a bod. I waa tirod by the same tok.n that I wnt out wid you yisUrday, and th. day bo fore, too. When I wok., I hoard tha men down upon tho sand,, and I leaped for my cloth, but uot a wan could I find. They w sr. gone, iv.ry wan. Now, then, who have them?" 'Did you not steer tha boat inst now V cried I'J.tchar, aeuing the boy by the arm. 'Mo I I tould you tbat m. cloth.. were goo..' . 'Some one steered us, and whoever it was, he answered to your name. Who could it have been ?',- 'Oh-h-h 1' cried Willie, breaki nir into a wild Irish howl. 'Whil-la-loo 1 Mor. Iher 1 Sure, 'twas the Ban a ha. I'm dead; I'm kilt entirely f Ar-oo-owx) 1' Fletcher being puzidod, the bowling of tho lad annoyed him, and he dealt . him a heavy cuff, which tent hint roll ing in the sand. 'Shut op yott young imp,' he said. 'Who could it have boon ?' . t At thi. moment Bill Decker cam. nr. rolling a cask of molaasea Ufore him, and to him Willie rulaUd hi. imava- cea Bill turned hit quid iu hi. cheek, and looked as if ho was not at all sur 'I didn't say enytbtn about it.' ha taid; 'but when we were almoat aahore I saw who wa steering. Twaan't any ono but our Mist Emily.' 'Who T Hum Emily. I seen it waa hor. and when the boat struck. I stuck to hor. and carried hor out of the turf. Just aa soon a. I act hor one her feet, .he ;.ul for tho houae. There ain't another such gal, I'm bound to aay it, all down the Jersey thore. Look at her larnin : and if that ain't enough, look at her face; and ift that don't fin is la you, re membor she steered a boat through the ragin' surf to save five drowning w w poor men, too. Let any man wrong our Mia. Ikiily, and if he hides himself at the other end of the earth, I'll hunt mm uown and kill him. rletcher struck hia aleri.W li.n.l in. to that of the honest tailor, with at tin pha us which totou tithed bim. 'Wall said, Bill Decker; to would I, too,' waa all ha had to say, and tbea he left the beech and wont op the tavern to find her. She was not 10 the eittirig-rKm, so be wont op to th. btUe parlor. 1 he door was (;tx n. and b lnu-.l She Wto I.rarii.i Mr;,l U I ... afak 7 him, thanking Go-! that hit bfe bad been saved for other work, and ' that aba had Immn tieae l.i wl .1 ... ed bus triuuiph, though unknown, lie. fore the had fimshbd, he km.lt btoide bur, saying. 'And join m. in tliit pray. , er, my darimg, that I may be worthy the treaaor of your dear love, toy Ler- ' oine, my own. . .- , t So more secrecy after that Hesjy.ke to lloberi Fithian next day, ar,4 told ai (vjrne 'luwii lo 11,4, ( v y ebore. And the old maa gave hi. """ "w inr Kin, and wbvastfin? came th.y wr. married. , ufr'5, kuj4W tf wear r that, b. ha. the beet fti4 bravest wj. ta America,