THL'ifiS OHIOAQO BULGHLiD.
TVy wore old friend, but they hadn't
In ttwti.v. many yoart
And tlu tide of Hfo hud hurried oil.
With It Joy nuil hoju" mill fours;
Hut both tlio women hud mot n: Inst
Old playmate otiop nir.ilii:
They talked of girlhood's dreams, now
Its buoyant bones, now slnlti.
"Ah. Kate," said .Madge, "you're not the
You've lost your charm of face
You'te lot your pretty, rosy cheeks
You've lost your form of gnu-v.
Your chestnut hair has turned to gray,
Your lips have lost their red;
'All thing are changed nnd oou our day
Will turn to night Instead."
"Dear one," Kate said, "I've nothing
Tor here's my hair of brown
On I'rue's dear bend my eldest bora
And llcss has not n frown
On her sweet face, that's just like mine
Of thirty years ngoue
"While Klttle's blue eyes danco and shine
Like sunlight la the morn.
"Mine shone lij Just the self-same way
When you, dear, saw me last,
And Margaret's lips are Jut as red
A mine In days Ion past,
No. no. my dear, I've nothing lost,
My life Is on the wane;
My children have my own youth cost
In them I live again!"
plFs Well tat EflflsWeul
OWN the lauu leading to John
Delano's farmhouse, one beauti
ful June erculiu many vein
ago. could be peon u steady tUivum of
vehicles of nil descriptions. livery
fariuct for miles nrouuil bad been In
vited to the wedding of .Mary Delano,
nud to-night the auspicious ovont was
to take place. Preparations bad been
nindu on a grand scale; -lobn Delano
bad determined to make this, the wed
ding of bis only child, a memorable
The match between Mary Delano and
Sbauu lirady bad been brought about
and perfected by Pat Mulcahy, a re
nowned matchmaker. Mary was an
cxceptloually'pretty girl, nnd as good as
ebo was pretty. .Sbauu Ilrndy was
twice her age. po"esslng an unenvia
ble name and many enemies: but, an
John Delano remarked, "a moneyed
man has many Jealous friend." and
money Sbauu bad In plenty, that cov
ered all dctlctcuclc. moral and physi
cal. In John Delano' eyes.
Mary Delano bad no love for Sbauu
Brady, she well knew that her life
would be In many ways a bard one, but
she had been badgered by her father
until she had bald yes with a heavy
The bridegroom nnd priest had not
yet arrived, but the dancing began,
Tom Ilarty, the tiddler, playing "The
Wind That Shook the P.arley" lu lln
islieil style. Mary did not participate,
reserving her first dance for her future
Iiu.sbaud. She received the guests as
.they came, standing proudly beside her
father, her face white as warble.
. Her thoughts were wauderlug far
tongue ost tir'ore I'd tell jou, but you
drove me to It. Oh dear, oh dear, an'
on your wcddlu' night, tool Don't mind
me. mlxs; I'll not trouble jou In any
way again, but call Ood's blessings
down on you this night, an my con
stant prayer will be lor jour happl-
"An dit you think I could be happy
with Slmuti Ilrndy V" asked Mary, with
nn upward glance.
"Well, 1 hope you'll be," he answered
"An' what's the good hoping any such
thing, when you know, well as I do,
that happiness and I will part forever
when I marry Sbauu? I have been
forced Into It, an' shall try to do my
duty: It's too late now to turn back."
Dan looked up, with determination lu
every Hue of his line fnce.
"So. Mary," hu said, "It Is not too
late. If you care for me, or think that
lu time you could give me your precious
love, I say ngaln that It's not too late."
"Ob. Dan. sbure you forget that I'm
to be married this night. Ills rlvereiice
and Sbauu are expected any minute."
"I'm not forgettlu' the fact, and It's
n short time you have to decide. We'll
run away, an' go straight to Father
Duffy's an' be married, an' wld you nt
my side to give me courage I'll work
my lingers off to give you eomfort."
Then Mary, with love-lit eyes (oh, so
different from the downcast Mary of
an hour ago) and blushing cheeks, con
sented. "111 go wld you. Dan. My heart you
possess, an' you might as well have
mo wld 't. tJo round to my bedroom
window: I'll drop my mantle out, nn
you must wait by the old fort. I'll fol
low us soon us 1 eau without raising
Two wi,eki from that memorable
night the runaways returned, and were
welcomed heartily to the village. Mary
resolved to ask her father's forgive
ness; she loved him dearly, nnd her
conscience troubled her. She Insisted
on Dan's accompanying her. The old
man grew white with u tiger when bo
saw the culprits before hlln.
"Away wld ye! You beggar-you
thief of the night you come here nud
stand fornljist me, wld brazen linpl
deiice, after" htealln' the apple of my
eye, my only child! Away wld ye!"
"All right, sir." said Dan, tils head
thrown buck, "we'll go. Come on.
neiisbla! but I'd have you know, sir,
that I'm no beggar; I'm well nblo to
make a llvtu' for my wife, an' I'll do It
wld Clod's help."
The old housekeeper enmo Into the
parlor a short time after, and was much
surprised to seo Mary sitting close be
side her father, Dan lu the best chair
the bouse afforded, and all three as
contented as they could be.
"Sbure It Isn't un hour ago." she told
the dairy maid, "since John Delano
said, wld bis own lips, Td not forgive
tblni, Mrs. McCarthy, not If they whit
down on their blnded knees!' An' now
look nt 'em!" Chicago Tlnies-IIerald.
antj.wldo Tyj)ntwi voice aroused her
ana ilt tne blocd to hor cheeks.
fi?1? say-Jill ll'jr$V- ' -"r
sjviavo yoi liludly, Dan." she
noairi tlio JoniiW respond In unison,
nnd tlieli TJaii lienrdon was shaking the
band which she mechanically out
stretched. In n moment be had gone, mingling
among the guests.
"More power to ye," be said to the
fiddler, as that worthy man finished.
"An sbure," answered Tom, "It's hav
ing the lolkes of a Hue bouclml like
yorelf beside mo that gives me the
Dan Joined lu the general laugh.
"It's about time the groom and his
rlverence were bete," said Mary's
"Oh, they'll bo bore directly now,"
eald John Delane. "Shuro she'll bo
taken from me soon enough."
Dan Iteardon sni by the porch door,
gazing nbstratctedly Into the darkness
outside; Mary watched him from her
place besldo her father, and us that
good man arose In answer to a ser
vant's call, she slipped quietly over to
where Dati was.
"A peuuy fo- your thoughts, Dan,"
"They're priceless, miss," said ho,
"for I was Just thinking of the wan 1
love best In this dreary, bitter world."
"Indade!" said Mary. "An' sbure It's
a nl co girl she must be. to win your
She said this lightly, though her heart
"She Is the sweetest woman that over
put a foot on the ground."
"An' I suppose she returns your love,
Dan?" uhe nuked. Interrogatively.
"Oh. no, no, miss! Slniro It's llttlo
(the knows of the love I bavo for hor,
and in wnn way I'm glad. 's Impldent
she'd think me, wblout a pinny to mo
name, to have serious thoughts ubout
"If I'm not too bold. Dan, I'll bo nfter
axln' you who ho Is, an' Its anxious I
nm to know."
But this question seemed to cause
Dan the gn-atest confusion, nnd,
Btrnngo to say. when Mary looked at
him and their eyes met, she also grew
"Deh, shure, Miss Mary," ho stam
mered, "you'd be the last one I'd toll.
Don't ax me no more, sbure It's only
folly on my side."
"Well, then, Dan, you can tell me
whether she Is dark or fair."
"Well, I'll say this much, miss, that
to me she's the fairm girl In Kerry."
"Give me hor Initials, thin," coaxed
Mary, "an' maybe I can guess."
"Arrah, now, don't say no more about
"liut you must tell me," she Insisted.
"I'll not let you alone till you do."
'Well, thin, since you're so dotar
mined, I'll take the consequences an'
tell you; her name ls"-hero ho walled
for a moment "Mnry Delane."
Mary blushed like a wild rose, nnd
"Oh, Dan, shuro you can't mane me?"
Dan looked her full In tho face an he
"It's you, 1 mane, Mary; but don't be
aagrfi abura I thought I'd cut my
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This was the origin of tho phrase, "To
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