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oFFirin, firctt of jjti.A rorxTY.
Saturday, October 24, 1891.
In life's lat, lono December,
Thcro blooms ono violet:
Bat why should I remember
When tho can so forgetf
6ba will not mourn or miss It
When cruel frosts shall lell)
Out lean, fond lips, and kiss It,
For wo remember stllll
In unknown paths and place
Her fairy steps may K,
Hut still her pictured foco Is
i The dean Jt dream tn mc;
And though tho skies abovo me
With stormy scenes aro set.
The dark eyes seem to love me.
AM how could thoy forget?
Ob, that tho winds might waft her
This dying violet's breath;
That I lnlsht follow after
Anddlotho vtolet'H death.
For then her heart bollovlns.
Would leave, poor, wounded doro"
Upon my lips, lulf griuTing,
The first, last kl of lore!
-Frank L. btantun In Atlanta Constitution
LA BELLE AND LE BEAU.
"Lato hours," sold Mr. Pendleton,
"nro ery, very wrong. I shall not per
iiiit Mrs. Pendleton to do this sort of
It was Mr. Pendleton's fault that he
-was sitting up for his wifo. for sho had
urged him again and again to go with
her, but as ho would not, and tho oc
casion was a cousin's wedding party,
sho had gono alono.
During tho twenty years of their mar
riod life sho hail kept vigil often enough
for Mr, Pendleton; but It Is a curious
fact that people who think nothing of
remaining abroad until tho "weo snia'
hours" themselvos aro overwhelmed
with drowj-inass long before midnight
when they aro called upon to sit up for
any one else. Mr. Pendleton had sent
tho sorvant to bed at 11 o'clock, and
Mated himself beforo the flro hi tho
Back parlor with a newspaper and a
cigar and a. decanter of port w ine. But
the pupor had been read through, ad
vertisements and all, and a good deal
of the wino had ranbhed and "still she
Mr. Pendloton had Just aroused him
self front a state of oblivion to find the
roses which his wifo had embroidered
on tho toes of his slippers singeing, and
tho soles curling up, and his wrath was
"I am afraid Amelia Ann Is becom
ing frivolous," ho said, as ho filled a
bumper with port wino and swallowed
It slowly. "This Is not tho way my
mother used to beliavo, or my grand
mother, or my aunt Penelopo; they
were stayers at home. I am afraid
Amelia Ann Is losing tho domestic vir
tues aud getting Trenchy." He glanced
about him and ?!iook his head.
"Frenchy," he repeated. "Frcnchy.
I don't know that I ever noticed before
how Frenchified my house has become,
(French china everywhere." llo turned
and gazed about tho room. "Couple
of Cupids, very Frenclu 'Jeannette
and Jeanot' In china, a cushion
with something about 'Dormoz' em
broidered on it and on my respectable
mantelpiece a Frenoh belle and a
French beau, just unmaskfd after a
ball, I suppose, oxohangiiiir glances.
It's a dreadful thing for a aian's wife
to become Frenchified at tho ago of
five and forty, a vory dreadful thing."
Hero Mr. Pendleton emptied tho de
ctnter. " La Belle and 'Lo Beau,"' ho re
peated, "Frenoliy, very Frcnchy," and
tumbled Into his armchair again, with
his ejes fixed upon tho ffcruroof the
belle, whoso blue eyes, pink chceka and
powdered hair, pale cream tinted robes
and pale blue mask, together with her
coquettish poao &nd alluringsmile, made
iier most attractive.
"Upon my word, sho Is very pretty,
though," said Mr. Pendleton, "a lovely
creature. If I were not a married man
J should fall In lovo with her. Sho Is
"Monsieur flatters," said a small wee
Yoico very near hint "Oh, I am sure
Mr. Pendleton gazed about him.
"Wliat a remarkablo imagination 1
most navel" ha sold. "I rcaily thought
somo ono spoke. "Imagination," re
peated Mr. Pendloton, tumbling back
Into his chair. "What immenso Imagin
ation I must have."
"Pardon, Monsieur," said tho small
weot voice again. "It was not zo
tgination it was I."
Chi" roared Mr.Pendloton. Ho sat
.ring at tho ohlna figure, La Belle,
io had apparently left her placo on
ho end of tho mantelpiece and stood
Kissing her hand to him In Its center.
"Hello I" said ho.
"touo, repiteu uio oello, waving
tier mask at him.
"Why I Good gracious! You
alive I" cried Mr. Pendleton.
'Avo I ze 'ornblo look of ono who
Is dead, Monsieur?" asked La Belle, re
proachfully. "Non, I am sure."
"Not dead, m'ni not dead, M'am'
eollo," said Mr. Pendleton, "but but
inanimate, don't you know; In fact I
thought you were rnado of china."
"So I am," said La Bello. "Ah,
Monsieur, aro you also of zo people who
believe zat a lady of china 'avo no soul,
no esprit, no affeczions, no romance?
You aro very much mistaken."
La Bello was so evidently affected
ihatMr. Pendleton was touched; ho
drpw his handkerchief from Ids pocket
and wiped his eyes. "I am the last
person to hurt a lady's feelings' said
he. "But how was I to know?"
"Votzo ozers bolief, every von beliof
also," baid La Bollo. "No matter, I
forgiff you. I griolT but I forgiff."
"Tliafs kind of you," said Mr. Pen
dleton. "Won't you coma down and
taTce a chair i"
In a moment La Bello had skipped
ircm tho mantelpioco to tho arm of his
chair. 8he was oven prettier on close
examination than at a distance. As
sho sat so near his olbow, Mr. Pendlo
ton felt again that lto must bo careful
to remember that ho was a married
"Certainly! China ladies aro prettier
than tho regular sort," he said. "As
lor tho men now that fellow there.
m'am'sello is ho folks too? t mean, is
ho alive, animated, Iltto you, you
know?" And as ho pointed to tho beau
his under lip protruded scornfully. "I
can't say I liko him much,'1 ho added.
"Ho is ft good deal of aptippy, I should
think. But perhaps ho is a friend of
yours, and I havo hint your feelings
again," for once moro La Bello ap
peared to brush away a tear.
"If ho Is a rel.itlon11 began Mr.
"A rolatlonl Ah, nonl" cried La
Bollo. "Ho is ft rascal; n bad man; a
vera bad mnnl"
"I thought as much," said Mr. Fen
dlcton. "I 'ato '1ml" cried La Bello, clench
ing her littlo list. "I 'ato '1m and I de
"Do you, now?" said Mr. Pendleton.
"I've no doubt ho de&orves it."
" 'E Is my enemy and 'o h yours,
also," said La Bello. "I como tonight
to oxposo 'im. Zis U why I ullow you
to know zat which wo of china keep
secret always zat wo II vo liko zoso
ozers"," sho sighed. "But 'c oh, yes,
'o is all zo samo as of ry body s-h!
watch I" sho bald, after a long pauso.
"Watch him well."
Suddenly tho hand that Mr. Pendlo
ton touched became cold. Tho faco
glistened In tho light of tho lamp all
that stood upon tho arm of his chair
was a china llguro which ho caught,
lest it should full, and placed upon tho
mantelpiece. But as ho stood beforo
tho fire, puzzled beyond description, ho
saw tho figure of Lo Beau, at tho other
end of tho chimney, move, resume its
mask, throw its cloak ovor its shoul
ders, lcok at tho faco of tho bronro
clock, tako a mincing step forward,
spring from the mantel to tho table,
tlienco to tho floor and vanish through
"Hullol" cried Mr. Pendleton, "what
doos all this mean?"
"Monsieur," said tho voico of La
Belle. "Monsieur, vnt zis means is ex
actly vat I am come to tell you. Zat
man zat rascal, b my 'usband. I 'avo
been truo to'iitt; 'o pretend to adore
mo. Alasl monsieur 'ow oan I tell
you? Alasl 'El Is false to mo I"
"False to such a beauty as you?"
said Mr. Pendleton.
"False," replied La Bollo. "Ah,
monsieur, youaroasun'appy as I. For
whom belleff jou 'o desert ruo?"
"Not for Jeannette, tltore, on tho
bracket?" asked Mr. Tendloton.
"Ah, noni" replied La Ikillo; "she
Is truo to Jeanot, Non, monsieur, sho
who 'as rob mo of 'Is 'art Is madame,
"Eh!" roared Pendleton.
"Madame, your wife," repeated La
"You don't mean
cried Mr. Pendleton.
Belle. "I know by
I do!" said La
my own 'ait 'ow
"Oh! But I enn't behove it," cried
Pondlaton. "I can't! Mrs. Pendle
tonl But still of cour&o sho Liions
nothing about It; she can't holp it; sho
couldn't beltovo that a fifty-cent cliina
Imago would bo In love with her."
"Can sho not?" replied La Belle.
"Behold tho proof. Today I found
And from somo fold of her robo
where It had been concealed she drew
a note which she handed to Mr. Pen
dleton, who read these words:
Otuui I.k Lftau Certainty you are tho love
liest little feilow I q er mat. I bouoht thotntlr
of fleurea for yonr sake. I nerer cared any
thing for La Itelle. And so you are alive, and
love met To think of Itl I am sauad. Of
course, I mustn't lovo you. There's poor, dear
old Pendleton. I'm married, and I'm exceed
ingly particular in my conduct. I can't help
wtahiua Mr. I'endleton looked like on; bat he
norerwlll. lion ever, that Is not to the par
pose. I suppose there is no tin in a little fun,
especially if It la not found out. I am eolnjj to
a eddlng tonight, and j on can como after mo
find the direction below in a carriage Of
ooorso tho ohlna ball is late. What a lovely
affair It must be! I will have a IVattean cos
tume made and powder my hair nod wear a
mask and look as much like china as I can.
Your admiring Amelia A. I'sfTDLSTO.v.
"My goodne3l" ga3ped Mr. Pendle
ton. "Calm your&olf, monsieur," implored
"Great heavens!" shrieked Mr. Pon
dleton. "Bo not exasperate yourself likozis,"
sighed La Bello.
"I'll smash tho puppyl" cried Mr.
Pendleton, seizing tho poker.
"Mousieur, of what avail?" cried La
Belle. "If you smash M. Lo Beau, he
will becomo somo broken china. No
von vlll bellefe, oh, uevair, zat ho is
tapablo of zis conduct, but 'avo pa
tience. Gome to ze ball wiz mo. Be
hold madame on his arm. Zow j ou may
"I'll tako the pblcer with me," said
A moment more, and ho seemed to
flit through space and darkness. Then
ho was In a great hall decorated with
flowers. Tho mrtsic of an orchestra
sounded from some unseon spot, and
everywhere about him moved and
breathed the living likenesses of all tho
china figures over seen in any of tho'
shops hi any part of tho world, on any
one's mantelpiece, in "anybody's cabi
Knights and ladies, shepherds and
shepherdesnes, Lings and queens, co
quettes and maskers, flower girls and
npplo v, omen, Turks and Turkish dam
sels, Arabs and Indians, milkmaids and
water baucrs, cupids, chorubs, angels
and elves all silent, all smiling, all
lovolr. with tho lovelkfiss of china
all grown somehow to tho elzo oi ordi
nary men and women.
Mr. Pendleton glanced at tho figure
at Ids sido. La Bello, in all her beauty, ,
had grown to bo so tall that her head
reached h!a shoulder. Her mask cov
ered her face. She squeezed his arm
with her littlo whito hands, and whis
pered: "Watch zo door. Soon zay arrivo
A friar in a hood had entered. A
Sister of Charity passed, couuting her
lxjads. Faustand Mepldstopholosglided
by, and Napoloon Bonaparte, with
folded arms, strutted past. Two littlo
match safes, liko tho old man of tho
mountain who encounters Rip Van
Winklo, lifted their' heads from their
shoulders. Red Ridinghood followed
tho w olf. Gretchen braided her golden
china hair. Motlior Hubbard, In her
tall hat, bore her littlo basket through
tho crowd. Then
"Behold!" cripd La Belle.
And Mr. Pendleton saw closo beside
lilm Lo Beau, more brilliant than ovor,
and no.uly six feet in heignt, vith a
masked lady, in a Wattcan dress and
powdcVod hair, upon his arm.
"How charming!" cried Mrs. Pendlo
ton's voice. And Lo Boau bowed low
over her hand and whispered in her ear,
Mr. Pendleton could restrain himself
no longer. IIo lifted his poker and
Struck out wild ly. Something crashed.
Somebody nhricked. IIo caught his
foot hi something and fell prostrate
Then ho opened his eyes.
no was lying on his own hearth Vug.
Mrs. Peiidleton-waa reclining in on aim
"You wretch 1" sho said,
"Falso woman!" told Mr. Pendlo
ton, sitting up on tho rug. "I know
"'"You Idiot," said Mrs. Pendloton.
"Madam" began Mr, P. But as
ho looked about him, a sort of patilo
seized htm tho floor was covered with
scraps of china and fragments of -glass,
as though there had been a riot. On
ono hand lay lift Bollo, headless, on
tho other, La Beau, in four pieces.
Tho mantel mirror was a mere mass
of splinters. Jcannotto and Jeanot
had vunishod. IIo put his hand to Ids
"Never, never, novcr will I forgivo
you," said his better half. "Never.
You'vo disgraced mo for lifo you'o
been drinking. Yes, sir, you wore mad
with drink when I opened tho door
vlth my latch Koy. You'vo smashed
till tho bric-a-brac in tho house, as well
ns tho beautiful mirror; and what ox
cuso can I mako to that nice .French
teacher of Arabella's, Mr. Pommeau,
who was so good as see mo homo, for
your flying at him liko a maniac and
mashing in Ills hat? I'ts a wondor It
wasn't his head. Never expoet mo to
forgivo you, Mr. Pendleton."
"It was all a dream," gasped Mr. P.
"I thought jou went to a fancy china
ball with Lo Beau I thought you false
to mo, Amelia Ann." But Amelia Ann
had sailed out of tho room and left
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