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.Tin: gipsvs cuksi:. .
fcTTiir. n'Titon ok 'wimy without
. CU1MK," 'TIIK WltllCKH-tS OK
XllNA IKIO.N." ETC.
II ni! tliuiiked him, and tliey pnascd in
iiioiiK crunatlitifj kiiilils ami hulks in
roils mid furtliinyulei,. Kvcm t lie mil)', im.
perfect II in n I ii of tliu curlier jirrimls
could not hide tlio marked cliurueteristic
of t Lie race, dark, .ninthly Itsliaii-looUni,'
face, all more or less handsome, tome le.
roarUMy so; though none, lima thought,
had meli beauty hs Mr l'liili)). In tlio
I ant i'ereeiiUlivo of tlio liouiie all lis
jjraees deemed to have readied their hlll
Id I point.
How in it," sskrd Hum, "that Hie Par.
rolls have nioh an Kalian type of face? It
is strongest in j on, Mi' 1'liilip; but none
of tliroe lace are Knlisli."
"Tlio trudition, you know, is," lie repli.
cd, "that tlicllrst Darrcll was nn Italian
iiolile, who fled his country for some politi
cal reason, or lor come, crime, real or
Charged to iiim; ami I think it must liavo
been so. Several times in later ages we
Lv iiitcnuarricd with Italians. The
mother of Sir Insrlhard, of the Curse was
an Italian, uixl so was my (rrflal-pramlmo.
ther. They day I am morn liko Sir Iiij,t.
liuril than unv of the others."
.Vr you?" said lima, with a sliarp
pant; at her heart. Wm there any fale In
this resenilibnee hrtween the man who
had brought the doom on this noble house
rikI the one who was to be iu last vic
tim? -You will see," replied Sir Philip, as
the drl stopped silently before a stalely
daini! of the relu'n of Ileliry VI.: and,
dam-in:; around he saw that Hose and lto.
laud had loitered behind, and he heard u
laudi from Rose which echoed through tlio
"lima stal led and her brow contracted
with a look of pain.
"How sensitive you are'.'' said Sir Phil
ip, smiling. 'l suppose you think it
nounds odd to laugh here. You have not
done so once."
l don't think I could," replied lima;
"it all seems so nvvconie."
Her heart beat last as they drew near,
rr and nearer to Sir lnelhaid's portrait.
Presently they came to a stately knijjht in
robes of the early Klizabelhau peiiod; by
Ids side was a beautiful woman with "a
face from Venitia."
"Keufric liarrell and his wife, (iinevr.i
dellaScala," said Sir Philip quit U.v. "In
Kelliaid was their son. They were the last
wlio were happy in love. Sir lleiifric met
(iinevra at the Doge's court, and tiny
lived together for thirty years. ISnih
died well for them ! before Ingclliard's
Were there other children besides In
gelhardf' asked lima.
"No; Ini;elhard was an only child.
There is Jiis picture."
He (ell hack a step or two, folding his
arms but standing so that ho could see
Ulna's face, upon which, as upon his own,
fell the mellow light of a painted win.
The plrl drew a loti; breath, and invol
untarily locked her little hands together
lis she looked upon the dark handsome
countenance of Sir Ingelhard of the Curse,
the recreant knight who had shown the
churl's ingratitude, who had brought
shame to the hearth that should have been
sacred to him.
Tlio iigurts was half-length, leaning on a
- moid, and the head uncovered. The
countenance, like Sir Philip's, was striking
ly intellectual and of commanding lic.-iut) ;
but tlio eyes were minister, their depth was
all of the mind. There was an utter lack
of the tenderness that gave a beauty all
their own to Philip ljarrcll's eyes; the
luoiitli too was cruel. One could believe
Philip Harrel ruthless for the state, re
leutless in vengeance, like a ruler of me
dia'val Italy, hut never cruel, never one to
trample on all rights to gain his end. His
iron will was tempered by noble qualities,
which might he soiuet lines obscured, hut
never obliterated. Those qualities had no
resemblance between the two face; but
tuc advantage of mere physical beau
ty, still more that of ower, deptli, and
soli I, rested with the famous knight's de
fendant. hong did lima stand gazing on that
countenance, a if she would imprint tv
ery feature on her memory; and two or
three times she glanced at Sir Philip, as if
comparing the two. Finally, she turned
away with a slight shudder shaking her
Well," said Sir Philip in a slightly
mocking tone, "what is )our verdict; He
was a brave man, this ancestor of mine; he
did great deeds of derring-do in the Span
ish wars; he was a favored sijuire of dames
yet you shudder!"
He w as a black-hearted villain," replied
lima, "and he has uu evil face! I could
Iii-vcr ha e loved him."
"You are keen; there 1 no heart in In
gelnai'd's lace and you can sec that, lint
Zarali was an ignorant gipsy-girl. Ay,"
continued Sir Philip, grinding lilt heel on
the Iloor, as though he was crushing some
obnoxious object, "so black a deed deserv
ed a curse Win, ilcstoii liung his life
uway lor lugeliiai u's less vvui'tu a thou,
san j limes, tiioiigli lie was Darrcll and
belted knight. It was indeed
" 'fuulcit stain on knighthood's face,
iH'udly blight on iiolilesl race.'
And have not his children, mid hi chil
dren's children, to the fourth and tilth
yentraUoii, uifl'cred for it? lint there,"
he added hurriedly, for he saw hotv his
w ords ail'ccted his listener "all this is ful
ly to you, and 1 am a mere slave of super
ktltiou. Do jou sco tlio likeiicj they all
"Yes," answered the girl, trjinjr to
Mde the pain one part of her host's speech
had given her, "there Is a strong like,
"So there should he," mild Sir Philip
carelessly, not wishing to compel lima to
explain wherein lay any (liflcrcneoH. .
"Now here follows the long Hue of Sir In
gellmrd's descendant. You do not be
lieve in the curse? Yet, whenever one ol
these loved, woe and death followed ! and
we Darrells, unhappliy, cannot love light
ly. This U Ingelhard's sou. He married
o Stanly; but he had loved Anne St. Maur,
and she was murdered but two days before
what should have been her wedding-day.
Marjorle, his sister, loved her limi Iter's
word enemy, and they were parted; she
was Imprison, In what we still call l.ady
Maijnrle's trwer, and died mad ; and her
lover was lost at sea. Shall 1 go on?"
"Yes," answered Unia, in a low tone;
she was trembling, and her laie eyes were
full of suH'ei lng.
Sir Plillip Uarrell seemed not to imtlco
this. He went on to tc her many a sor
rowful tale n the noblc-lonkliig men mid
women they pas.ed In review of bravo
Mr I.aujK't'lut, whose jming wife was Im
prisoned by Cromwell, ami who died on
the very dtiy she was restored to her hus
band ; of graceful Magdalen, who 111 d with
it lover well-born, but not f lima;:,, puro
fiiougli for tho haughty I i ri-i lls, i1M,j l0
perl-bed with her lover while trj ing to
tiros the Coalmen- In a small boat; of
licre.u l.voriiid Jbiricil, who hud won Ids
love at the sword's point, only to hu her
p jl 'i'u belorc Ids eyes, struck down by a
stray bullet ns he was be aring her away
A few he passed over, and lima wondered
whv, till they came to a gallant-looking
gentleman in the dress of (icorge ll.'s
reign, when lima touched her companion's
arm, and asked
4. Hid ho never lovo any one?"
"Ay," answered Sir Philip, altera inn.
incut's pause, "not wisely, but too well I
It was for no lawful love he died in his
own halls. Ho lied with tlio wile of a
Westmoreland Squire; her husband pur.
sued them, and shot Morton Darrcll in the
great hull you passed through when you
So, when ho passed by others, lima ask.
ed no questions she could read of them,
he said once, in a book he w ould lend her,
which gave all the family history but, lor
good or for evil, it seemed that this dark
passionate race iiiu-l needs love, though
they knew the curse that weutwilhit,
mid others knowing it, yet were not proof
auainst the power to win which Nature
had so lavishly bestow ed on a gifted house.
Would Sir Philip Uarrell escape? she
wondered. Had he vowed to be free at
least from the anguish, though his race
should perish with him?
And now they stood before the grave
handsome face ol' Sir llerlraui and the beau
tiful face of bis wife.
l know who these are," said limn
quickly, to spare Sir Philip speaking of
tiiein; and she gazed oil them In deep rev
erence not only because they were doom
ed lor their very love's sake, and died
Noting by u terrible death, hut because
Philip Uarrell was their son; hut lima did
not tneu realise this clement In her vener
ation. "I have no memory of them," observed
Sir Philip. "Tiiey were lost wheu 1 was
only two years old."
He said this iudillerently, not with any
elaboration of carelessness, but as though
he really felt' no concern in the matter.
lima however knew- that he was not really
callous; she knew that ho would have giv
en worlds to remember his beautiful moth,
er. She dared not look at him, for her
eyes were blinded by tears; hut Sir Phil
ip read her silence, and he set his teeth
hard as ho t limed away.
lima passed on and stood before the por
trait of the last of the Darrells. How
long she could have gacd on that remark
able countenance, if it had been possible to
do so! She noted the vacant (.pace beside
it, and wondered if it would ever ho occu
pied by the picture of Philip DarreU's wife,
or that of a stranger. Hose had told her
that tho next heir claimed through the fe
male line, will eli branched oil' in the rcijfii
of Henry V 1 1 1 and thus escaped the
curse, which loll only on the descendants
of Sir Ingelhard. Could Sir Philip Dar
rell endure the thought of a stranger
reigning at the Court, of alien faces on tlio
panels which should rellect tho dark buail
ty of thf- Dan-ell'.-.' lima who knew so
little, could not hear to think of it. She
could not keep back the tears, nor speak
for the Cuokiug sensation in her throat; she
was obliged to turn abruptly from her
companion and walk away.
Sir Philip stood still, (biding hi arms
tightly on his breast, and looked after her,
hut lie- did not stir a step to follow her.
His face was deathly white, his heart was
beating heavily ; his eyes glowed with a
look almost of deliance, as though he dared
some Invisible power, either from without
or the voice of conscience. Hut, when II
maciimo back to him, he had regained self,
command, and smiled and asked where she
would liko to go now, as though, she had
done nothing that could have been no
ticed. Suppose," he added "we do something
brighter, and do some more pictures alter
luncheon, II you wish it; these family his
lories have driven all tho brightness from
your face. Will you coiiio to the stables
und choose Miur horse?"
Yes, thanks. 1 should like that."
"This way then. There is a postern
close by, which w ill lead us by a short cut
to the stables."
Tuey descended a few flights of stairs,
and passed t liiotiirh some mysterious pas
sages; then ,sa- Philip Darrcll opened a
postern, and the sunlight blazed lull upon
them. Alter going through some shiuls.
beries, the slablt s were reached.
"Why," said lima, looking round tho
immense range of buildings, "vou might
stable a regiment here, Sir Philip !"
.y, and more than a regiment lias been
stabled in old times; and in my father's
time, and always till mine, all those stalls"
pointing to a long range of stables evi
dently disused were full of hunters, and
there" indicating another building "my
grandfather kept his raclng-slud. It was
the Hurst stud in the North in those davsj
but my f.nlnr sold it; he did not pat.
roni.e the turf. The hunters were dis
persed during my minority, and 1 neer
Idled their places. Poor old Mardi, tho
head groom, raves at lite and calls me
names because 1 don't hunt. Hah! I
would as lief shoot a fox as run him to
earth; hut When 1 said that to Marsh oueo
he almost had a lit of apoplexy. Hut here
I'p came the old groom. Ho saluted his
lord, and paid bis respects to lima in the
broad dialect of Cumberland. The stables
were not what they used to be, hu told her
Marsh was a very old senanl, and said
pretty well what ho pleased but there
were some beautiful horses ill tliein yet,
As they went towards the stable where
the animals wcro from among which lima
was to choose, the old man glanced several
times from beneath his shaggy brows at li
ma and wondered who she was, and wheth
er his hud had taucn a fancy to her
Marsh hoped he hail; for Sir Philip ought
to marry and keep up the line, he consid
ered, whether ho locd his wife or not.
"Now lima," said Sir Philip, as they en
tered tlio sta ile, the doors of which Marsh
respectfully threw open, "I should recom
mend Xulclka. She needs a skilled hand,
for she is full of spirit, but she is as gen
He as a lamb; and her pedigree Is unim
peachable. Her dam w is a thoroughbred
A i ill ."
"Yes," put in old Marsh, "she's the
beauty, Sir Philip, if tho young lady's a
liist-iiiie rider; and 1 take it sou Is, or y oil
wouldn't put lu r on Xulclka."
"Hut," said lima, as Marsh entered the
male's box to lead her mil, "1 would rath
er base one that Is less of a favorite, Sir
Plillip. If hv any chance ZtileiU came to
"-she could not in your hand, lima; and
she is us siire-lciuled us u mule, like all lief
X.ulelka was brought out, ami Ilinii
clasped her hands with almost aery of ad.
miration, for I hi- man) was like a picture;
tlio wa a dei p bay In color, wllli a brll.
Ilaully glossy coal, and having the superb
lines and suit tin k eyes of n true Arab
She tos-ed her head and paw ed the ground
with eoqii'ttl. n grace; but Hum's tender
toiiiM ami cai-essfs made her Instantly i
Willing slave; and h'i stood almost still,
only responding to the foil Jllng she recclv.
ed, us Ha -sail had done, and following II.
ma when sin; iiimvi d a lew step,, und lay.
lug her nose ..ii the eji-l's shoulder.
"Mie acts," cried "Id Marsh, . If she
knew you was a beautiful creature like
lieissli, missy, ami jou wire sure to love
J I mil colored .U1d UiJt d, mi J turned
PATTY CAIRO imT.LETIN;
to Sir Philip.
"OH, Sir Philip," "he sai I, "there can.
not be another hor-e such a beauty, except
llassan 1 It is too good of )oii to let inn
...She goes liko the wind," interposed
Mai'sli, and she's as knowing as Hassan
himself, or Chris' ian. Ymi ssk her l
she'd like an apple."
lima obeyed, ami the mare laid back
her delicate ears, whinnied, and pushed
her nose eoiiugly Into the girl' whits
hand, (dd Marsh enjoyii-g tlio cxhlbilioi.
"Hold hard, missy," he said, "and I'l;
fetch some apples lor ye;" and oil' wen.
the old man.
"It Is a ease of Invent, first sight on hot!;
sides, I think," remarked Sir Philip, sinil,
in". "Zuleili.'i seems u have made her
choice. What say yon, "child of gentle.
ucs'v" lajing his hand on her flowing
inane. "Will ymi change- your quarters
Yes? Then will you, lima, ratify tho
The girl looked at him wondering!-,
coloring deeply. Could he mean what his
words and manner seemed to imply?
"Yes," she replied doubtfully, ignoring
one part of his speech, "I shall like to rido
her very much, sir Philip."
"You have told mil that; but I think
you understand me only you are afraid to
admit it, for fear of a mistake. Will you
not accept Ztllelka?"
"No, no oh, no!" cried tho girl recoil,
ing. "I could not indeed, I could not,
Sir Plillip. You must not ask me to ae.
cept such a gift. Forgive nie. A thou,
sand times I thank yuu; hut indeed 1 can
not." Sir Philip looked ut the sweet flushed
face, the trembling lips, the troubled tear
fill eyes. Did she fear him, the accursed
Darrcll? he wondered. Was her scepti.
cisui more than shaken by what she had
seen and heard that day; so that she shrank
from taking a gift, at his hands? There
was uo fear in her features or her voice,
not a look or tone that seemed to indicate
maidenly repugnance to an oiler that only
her extreme youth and childlike manner
rendered possible. Hut perhaps Miss
Durnlord would objert to what might well
seem to have a certain signilicance. And,
jf it had, what then? The man's wild
passionate heart rebelled against the falo
that had at ll 1st been accepted with a reek
less desperation which was very far from
resignation, und might indeed almost be
culled its antithesis. What then? Hut
he must, he thought, crush down the temp,
est that surged witliiu him. lie turned
aside, setting his white teeth like a ice.
Well, he had made a mistake; he must be
justtollinu; he must not place her in a
painful position; and he could Hot risk
having liisgill returned as a presumptuous
"Very well," he said calmly, after a mo
ment's silence. "I am sorry I wounded
you, when I meant toilothc very opposite.
.Maybe your uunt would not liko to have
the hor'se from inc though a DarreU's gift
carries no curse. 1 would rather you had
Xulcika than any one 1 know; but, if yott
prefer not to have her, or cannot, then
"You do not understand me," replied
the girl, cut to the quick. "Why should
aunt ltacbacl mind my having Zulcika?
If she were afraid of your gift, I am not
and I am bound only by my own feelings.
How could 1 tako such a present us if it
were a llower, or something as trivial?
You are so ready to give that . Ah,
you know what 1 would say, but 1 cannot
find the words!" she added with u chili's
Innocent pleading, for Sir Philip had
turned to her and clasped her hand in his.
"Yes, 1 know It, 1 know it," he replied
hurnculy. "l-'orgivo me, lima, but 1 did
not uieaii to seem unjust to you."
He bowed his head, but she had uifcon
sclously given hliu strength. Yes, it was
belter so, he thought -it was belter that
sho should regard it us only a gilt to a
charming child only a"i eadiness to give."
Tlio very question "Why should aunt
llachel mind it?" showed that she did not
read between tho lines, even if her man
ner had not shown that before; und that
innocence of hers was his safeguard. Ho
would leave Scarth Abbot, he said inward
ly, us he kissed tho little hands before he
released liiein leave it while she was
yet happy, and hu could bear the uui'so
"Then you will do nie thl great grace,
lima you will take Zulelkr'.'''
As you wish it so much, what can I suy?
If I could oulv thank Vull enough I I shall
seem so ungrateful."
"Are the mere words then, lima, worth
more than the einotio.i that checks their
utterance? I think not !"
I Una's golden head drooped; sho hid her
face against Zultiku's glossy neck. On, If
she could but keep back the tears i v ny
did he give her Zulelka as dying men lie
now gills? "1 would rather you had her
than anv ono I know." Why must any
mm have her? True, hn might only mean
that he was going away for an indellnilo
period; but Hum could not comfort her
self with the idea that this was his mean
Ing. Just (hen old Marsh returned, and al
.Host Immediately afterward Itoland and
!( came up, and both went Into raptures
lint, later, when I hoy had all returned
to the houe, and wen1 getting ready for
luncheon, liose heard a knock at the tire.
Ing-rooin door, and, responding "Come
In," It ilaud entered, almost banging tho
door niter him, and causing Hose to turn
round with a start.
"My dear liolaiid but what is the mat
ter?"JLfor the jnung Squire's faeo looked
as she hud never seen It look before.
"A good ileal Is the matter !" replied
Itoland almost savagely. "What do you
think aunt ll.u-hel has Just told mo!
That Darrcll hits actually given Zulelka to
"lias he?" exclaimed Itose, dropping
tho brush with which she hud hern
smoothing her hair; and then, In u chang
ed lone "I tun awfully sorry to hour
"She doesn't understand, of course,"
continued lioland, In the same manner;
bill lie will soon tench her. Aunt Kacliel
Is mad to allow it. What ureull his wealth
and noble blood and his accursed beauty
Ycrtli If ho Is only to bring misery and
deal h? I cannot bear In think of it. 1 de
clare I've half n uiliiil "
"Do not say a word to Minor to her,
lioland!" cried Uose springing to her
broilier's side, with n white laefl of terror,
"lleiueiuber, ll is no concern of yours
whatever. We haven't even dialled lima
about Sir Philip latelv, for fear of pulling
Ideas liilo he)' head. Mm would never
have accepted Ihe horse If she had thought
ho had ineiinl anything by It; and I don't
believe he does, At any rate," added
l!oe, with a line stroke of feminine Mr.it.
egy, "if mi say a word to Sir Plillip, he'll
simply think you're In lovo with Hum
yourself. Ah, you may start, und say
l'shaw!' but bo will think so; and ym
ought lo know how lie would lake such
"How you run on, Itnsc lust IHke a wo.
man!" said loir brother, angrily shaking
her hand from his nrm. "I never tlem.-i.t
of speaking in Darrcll ; and lo suppose r
In love with it haniiu-seoi iiiii Jil ol
teen because I Jyu'i wuht air l'litlip Li,. ,
n il to make love to her is equally alv.
"I don't see why it is more absurd," re.
torted Kose, "lo imagine that you mi-ht
be In lovo with her than that Sir Philip
Is. You have both known lu r only a lew
days, and you are not a man for 'love at
lli-st sight' certainly, while ho is; und, he
sides, see what a loveless life lit- has led!
Hut, on I he other hand, lima, child though
she is, is quite out of the common way. 1
mould fall in love with her the lirst 'lime
1 saw her if 1 Were a man; and the most
deliberate of men couldn't bo indifferent
Itoland had turned very red while his
sislcrspokc; but ho tried by abusing his
enemy to turn the points of weapons
"which he felt, were giving home-thrusis.
"Pooh, pooh!" ho said with an angry
sneer. "'Loveless life' forsooth! You
women are always ready to sentimental.
Uo over U handsome man. 1 happen to
know something about my lord, and lie has
tried lo amuse himself w uilo he h is let so.
licitors and laud-stewards do his work
here. I believe him to be simply ruthles-;
he thinks that in him the cui'.-u will be
worked out; and, if ho drags down an
other life with his own, what will it mat
ter so that at least he may snatch some
happiness? He will dare fate if he re
mains here after the rains begin; and in
ten days at the furthest they will come."
lie paused for want of breath. lloe
shuddered and repeated
"Life for life for traitor's deed;
AV Uen the lloodsareoai, take hee lf
Hut, lioland, he has braved the Hoods
Keuicmbcr how he saved widow Hunt."
"Ay; but have you forgotten what is
laid what llcston hinisell says that, if
the flood rises this year three feet above
last year, the Mill will be washed away!
and, while the Mill lasts, the curse mil,;
last. And then the rains arc litis year un
usually early, and Dan-ell is at the Coin I ;
und he Is more likely lo defy death than to
"1 almost think," said Hose, "that he
"Let him seek it," returned Itoland
fiercely, "but not drag Hum down with
"Hush, Roland! At least try to be
friendly with him. Don't let him susp- ct
you; ho is so kecn-sigliti-d, and your lace
is so bad a mask. If you arc taken with
lima, try to win her fairly, and, if yon
can make her fear Darrcll do so; but, if
you hafe any common-sense, don't abu-e
him to her, don't, let her see that you are
jealous of him. Mi :'s just the son of girl
to choose death with a man sin- loves soon
er than life with ut him. Mamma said
that of her the other day. No.v wo must
go down to luncheon, Uoliud."
When, at a somewhat lute hour, accord
Ing to country notions, but w hich Mr Phil
ip Dai'lell called early, the guests depart,
cd from Hie Court, the riding-party was
lixed for two days later, lioland raised
some objection, suggesting a later date.
Uose saw Sir Puilip glance al him; but he
"1 am in the ladies' hands; remember,
if we delay too long, we snail not bo aide
to reckon the weather, as we snail have the
He would not say to them that he was
going away; they would think he feared
tuc floods. Miss Dlirnfold put ill 1KTV oil
"And you might he leaving, Sir Phil
ip." He smiled a little; but, as he was lead
ing her to the carriage, lie said
"You wish me to leave this year before
the floods come?"
"Surely I must wish It, for you r sake."
"Yes, lor my sake," he returned, with
more than a touch of irony, but cm
one fly from late? Is it worth while:'"
'Why nut?" said -Miss Diirnfurd, piu
zhd and deeply moved. "YuUuro warn
"Warned? Yes, life for life':" mut
tered Sir Philip to himself; tiiou aloud
ipiite carelessly "Ah, well, death iniisi
o ne some lime, soon or late, und as well
soii us late! Il.ua"' turning lo the girl,
who was following wilii lioland shall 1
SMid Zulelka to-morrow, or bring her with
Ue when I come for the ride?"
Whichever you like, Sir Philip."
"Then 1 will bring her with inc."
He handed the ladies into the carriage,
lioland mounted his hol'se and the pai ly
Vanished through the deep urcii of the
Mr Philip Dai rell was alone again, witli
tho tuucii of I i ma's hand siili fresh in
his, ami her brown eyes looking into his.
11c ga.ed lip al the moonlit skv, as though
he dared the very powers of the universe,
ami he clenched his hands lightly,
liy earth und heaven 1 vvul not yield
thee, lima! Perish all thai stands be.
l ecu my lov e and thine 1"
Had be ignored Hie .solemn v'ow,sn stem,
ly kept tiii now, that never should his
lovu blight a s.ulcsj life?
Cll APT I'll VII.
No change had come over Sir Philip
DarreU's mind when he rode over from
the Court to the tirange, with a mounted
groom loilowing, leading Zulelka, who
was provided YYitn iiovv saddle and bridle.
Hut Mr Puilip had not said to himself, "I
will woo l ma; 1 will try to make her lovo
me." There was uosucii deiinite thought
as yet, only the tierce dnliauce of the fate
winch tornado him to love, only tho de
termination not lo yield her up, bearing
him steadily onwards to the fulfilment he
was putting from him,
lima was quite ready when tho horses
drew up bclore tlio door; and she came
out to meet Sir Philip on tho threshold in
a clusclliting rhliug-drcss and plumed
Spanish hut luat mmln her look, ll' possi
ble, more witching than ever.
"I hope I have not kept you waiting?"
said Sir Philip, smiling. "1 am puuutual.
"To the mliiuto. I am only just down.
You won't mind not seeing uunlio, will
you? She lias a headache, und is not out of
her room yet, Jennie." to one of the ser.
Mints "whero is my rldlng.whlp? Itun
and fetch it, jdcu!o. It Islii uiy room, 1
"I hope," said Sir Philip, as ho led his
companion out, that Miss Durnford's head
uche is only a night one?"
"Yes, thanks; it will go off presently
She often has Ilium, the lulls me, and they
Sir Philip lifted the slender figure, and
with practiced skill swung tho girl into
the saddle us If she had been a leather's,
"You do help one perfectly I" said II
ma. "Thanks, Sir Phi lip."
Tlio fli'st stcainslii for tint Aiuoriotm
Quirk Tl'iUiMt lJiio is Lcliio; built lit
Nviick. N. Y. Mio is lo be known lis
flu! Meteor, ami in to 1 it mast lt;sa nml
vvluit in leniieil a "turtle-lnu.-k" utoniiior.
Kutliltio; is" to li" nbovo the. ilomo tlet-k
e.uvit tlio Mucke-MarLs, pilot liotixo ami
Hitinl Ktair. Wlio will bo built of WOdll,
its ulio In Intended irii)ei'iillv iih nn e.
jieriiueiit, nml uiti)' Mie-sl koiuo iiu-jd'yvt-matU.
AVVdl 0 1 S:
GUKATOdum DKSTlicn Kit.
Prophylactic Fluid !
shall fc rox
KM ALL POX
E U ADICATK D
Sick rooms purillcd and
Kevered Slid "h-k per
sons relieved Hll'l re
frcsncd bv ImtliliiK
i-1 Hid Added in lie-
Soft white complexions
si-cured by lis use in
Impure mr Hindi! Il.-irlil-
lc-s und I'linnVil by
Fluid h to m t .
To purify tlio b-cntli,
I IcHI lO! III" tl't'lh, li
csii'l be -iirpiisscd.
( iiinrrli relieved ntid
rrymi'i'lii" cured .
Herns i. lini'd I n n: rutty.
Keimives nil unpleasant
l lc-rs pnrilli'il nml heal
ed. l,uii!ieiie pre
vented etui cured,
Ilmcntrv i iired.
Won ml i. Iieuli il rnpidly.
Scurvy cured in short
Tinier dried up.
It is perl'ec. ly harmless.
for -ore th rout ll is a
tone en re.
I I, on ill .11 M,.,. It'll.
Ship lever piuvciitciJ by
Ill can-" of dentil In the
In, use. II rhieilil al
wnjs lie used nlio'it
lle" corp-i it will'
pp.vcr imy iiiipliss
nut -'nell. An anti
dote tor aid id or vi'u-
CtlihlC plllH;ll-. StlllUS.
Hniii."'rotiJ ctll'ivbis of
cii k rie iiiH slid Ic'SplI
nis removed by os ue
Yd niv lever cr .nihulcd.
In fuel il is the (.'rent
Disinfectant and 1'uriliiT.
l-iu-i-.viu n li v
J.JI.Zi:iIJN A: CO..
Mmifieiuriii! ( liemistH, Sol.K PlioI'lilKTOIH.
-wititf to p pillar he tli.it k len.erlv nlil to
rt:r.' n vurn" (if nia.inii'D sli m il ! in mid w.t.i
e.!.ll!lot. f I III Ml CC0.1I. tin; II.Yel.tur li ft t ,1
urn-, time In pU h,- :l h -fore the pub.ie: tun fioui
lb- irrn in Ir.e (i.nirnt by it erent rubber ol ib
rit'e vil il:.i-.i; mul li r.;i!i reiiettini; priipertb-- ol
hit1 prepiiiat:' li Hi ilyi v lupli;t lui.ler k vnrie
iv of i iriirii.-niices lo: i- iq.iiiy Hstiffiiilih.it
i r.ese . n -ei- nr.- m-eiir.-.i bv it- im-'. ll.si it- itct on
i J cci.iiiir lo hie pii p.iri'.i. n. mid tint ' oiiiniiiip-
I loll If ll"t Oil: I C'l' Ui.e. lo t. lip t ) 11 ( I (I ll II S t I l'e .
I? its en, i;y cuciri'Ked iib inosi oti.cr ur'in;c ci?
':iH'S While it if 'lie ulni of the ii.v, i,!-r to r-mv.-v ):,.
f-'N:i nt inn 10 such 11- n-qu ir h Ih p .phonphi -.
II is h' linn I i-iief il.-r.I Os ue n 1 i.c vnhiieie to
kII w ho (let ire a Iicil' We i r vim "'e -ir'ii-i;.!'' P-r
c ;t:tli. Won it t itn :!' il up. n tin- X" r en. .if
iv,, ; ciir-. he tto-ibt iiol I'erpH.r ol r torn: a
pn et t l.t.i r.i irutn Ihe uk.ove ikoho! i!i-e-vo-.
evi :i t!cui"h r die i 'I to a V'-iv pnv hUio and in;
iiDi; Unit (I hv i.cun! organic P.-,.
l i -, Mn ii , "'ay bull. I-
Iicrser: A'l w tut! in -tv i tint I c-ti iin tocr
'II.' ;'"plio. i.it-it" en liijilv. ,-ril f.ir ilin'c vi
. ' (i in -i '!' .Mm vt h'i li ma l.r''lv o!j II.
U'-rti'ii" -n in i! I- ,i,v i i m " e . I l.'nve " (I it
" if it ' I t.e tie t t if I i"i: le.n t ni.il I, ate i
Irod'ICfd il lo li I ' ll.llbt of "iv li. o.ie-
I I VI- I t. Ml I!. . II VIKK.
l'-stnr ftl. Mii'.'iin .'f -. alho, ic ilh'irdi.
Kor sn!.- Sv n I Prii.-i'i-l
If you fiiff. r from dyppcpHln, ne
IH.'RDiK.'K HI.OOI) BITTKKS.
If yon lire ufnicted with bllloiHTiesc. use
M'ltllOt'K m.Ool) lilTTKKS
If yea lire Jiriiflriited vtitli flrk lemlfn We, l.-i'.-e
IU'I'.iK'l K l'l.Ctli ri'i'l f J
If your bmvel me lil-orderi d refiilnte tin in i 1 1,
Pi itixK k itbindi birn.bj.
If jour blond ! Iini'iire, purily !t with
WllDOCK I'.I.O'iD Hiri-KI!!'
If you hnve ln(li'e.tliiii, you vt ill tied liti nnt'ilote u
ll"Iil)(M"K l'.L'JOI) PIT"! CHS.
fyon lire troubled with spili.i; ccmpbi.ti'", enoll
lctc them with JiL'KDoCK Iil.OOl) P.; I Tl. ;
II your liver is lori'iil rektore It to btttlli-v th.i
with i!i:i!i)ocK m.ooi) pi . i i-. lis
If yrmr liver In nfl'ectert you will Hurt a shi.r resin
stive In IU IIDUCK NI.OOU PIlTlCHs
If you hnve ny Hpcb ii of htimnr or pimp e. f.iil
not to Hike liUtUOCK HI.IJOl) IIITI'KIin.
If yon hnve nr.y iiiiiptoiii of n'.ciir or u rofnloiis
miren, a ctirntivo remedy will be found In
HL ltDOCK IH.OOIJ UlTTlillS.
Kor Inipurllni; utrenih ntid vitality to tie- nyntcrr,
notliliiRCBn eipnd llUItlJOCK HI.UOI) UlTTlillS.
Kor Nervotm and Cieiiernl DeMllty, tone iii the
system with HUltDOCK I1L0UU IIITI KIIS
I'lticn $1 run iiotti.k; Tiiialhotii.ks, ID'-ik,
FOSTER, MILBfBX & CO., rmn'is.
BUFFALO, '. Y.
For "do hyp AH, 0. SCIII'll. ej
by this almpli) wnier
power Iiitviiiiiiii may
avoid all lliu Inli.ir P. ml
Injury of Or T.ng Per
riewliir. Machine, Over
1,000 of tlirne tlm ku.
Wilier Motors, rinmi Ichi
und oriiiimeiitiil, itiliipt
id to nil McttliiK ;.la
Chines, uro mm Klvlng
Two alaea rim icmlc for
Jlonsellolil hi tt nif Mn.
oMnes l'rlee. FHftml
lW'i.0.to Al-.. Uiuer
alzes for'T.'ietory le-cila
nml for all klmt, of nut
tl m Uliiiiei
tul Bund for Clrcul.ir to
llACKOM WATKH MOTOU CO., Nuwark, X, J
This Is the
Must Kc.tiiioiiiiciil rower Kunwn
FOR WtlVlKU I.IHT MACHINHRY I
1 tnlicsliut little room.
ll uuvcr u-i'ts out nT ri'imlr.
J t emmo. Idotv ii,
U reiitilrer no fuel.
li mn ii no engineer.
TbeielH mnlelnyi no rirlllrf Up; liounlics liMtculi
uttllV ! 11(1 i'l IM llisilllllicu to piiv i in ri nill
'Inn 11, '1 1 v t no toid Inds lo .iiy,
und 11 I- uht.iys re.-idv I'nr use.
It Vorv OJk'iii.).
f 15 to $:.'no. Slate i-upcr you suvv lUu ud. lu.
HAM A It I TAN Xr.nVIXE
Cured my llit'.f clrl nf tin. Ww ' ln dcf and
(I'OliO. lull ll rnrcil le-r isIk cna now lalK ami h'nr u
well a aii imily. l'ETlii Knss, Mirlugwairr. Wla.
MA M Alt IT A.N M.KVINF.
Uai brrntlie Uieaii" f eurinn mr wlfriif rlcnma'tim.
J 11 Kl.ircntit. Kurt Colilua, Col.
Made a luru cure ul a ch.c of flu (or my in
K ll Itti.t.s. Illattaviilr, Kaa.
JAMA ItlTAN XF.HVINB
Cured mc ul vrrtlgo. te-ur i k;h mi l lie' le 'tarh".
Mr.a. V v. lltiiK. Auruia, tlL
Waj the numiiuf curing mr wife ' irwami.
liav, J. A. Knit. Il'sver. Pi
C'itT'1 m' ul aailimn. Mu r ir-niltnjr over tl 'in wltS
Viberductura. H. It. iloiitoN, hew Albany, lud.
HAMAKITAN K RUTIN'S
tSectually cured me u( tpimn.
Mot Jvvi Wi,
710 Weal Van Kun-o Ml. Chltauo. IX
HA MA ItlTAN NEBVINK
Ctin-d nun lilM ut (! afo r tlvcn up to itlc by oar
Uiutljr phy.ir'au. It lnvletf .ivt "1 tn hoiin.
llsssr Ksks. Vurvllla, Wans-DCu., TfDa.
HAM I ItlTAN Ell VINE
Cured m? ut acrutu.a afi.r.n!T.-rin- for fght yar.
Al.niRT Simkson. l'cor.a, 111.
CurH myuu ut Ilia. aft--r arcl!N 1 hi) ulihnthff
duaura. J. W. Thodm ton, 1'ialtx.rn. M ia.
NAM A ItlTAN" KKKVINR
Cnr"1 rr." a.-rmnDi'Ti'ly nf rplli-ptlc S'a of a attihSorn
cl-aruc-.tr. lUv. Wu lUiins, M"-;ankiioa,ilJ.
flAMAatTAN N Kit VINE
Curnl my aun of fl'. after harma; had 11 In "!(rh'f t
n.oc'.tu. Mm K. Fount. W tl I'ottdain, '. r.
KAMA ItlTAN NEItVINR
Cured m of eplli r of nine ri ara- itaudlnf.
Miaa Ohlksa MH'M.i.u
Ur-tuby. .VrwionCo , Uo.
A MA ItlTAN NKSVINE
Ms perman.-atlj curl m nf fp!K-ry of many y-aa
dura;, on. Jacob Scran, bi. Jotrpti, Mu.
KAM A ItlTAN N ERVIN E
Cuixd mc ul brunetilt!.. a.ttmu snd in-m rat A 'Nitty.
nutiiMriHii iruoiwu, uqm,
ftlMAtftlTAN N F K V I N E
Il-t rnrri uii: ut aaihtna. a n terutula uf n-.ny yart
t.taa.l.g. laaai. 'JiviLL. otlOrfio. ky.
HA MA KIT 1 N NFItVINE
C'un lm'nf i" ILin I. en e.l fur ti r fov rt-t,
Ciiasli K Cl aris, irtakn. Iou;;ii Co. I.;ii.
AMHtTAN N I! It V I H
CurtJ afrli lniul nun-- trli-. h fl ,lv-; t ,rj fsvisy
MricHait.i'(ixi..k. lilVwa, Ia.
NAM ItlTAN NFIt'lNE
IIa re"ru.int'tii!f rul m ..f erin-pMe fin
flavin TttiXHLT. It.M ,ini"s
HAM A RITA V NERVINE
CurrJ my wifi- of rpli uf v years a-an-tlrj
iltsjuv I'LaHK hair.".r,. Mich.
Cur d n-.y wif'. uf a umou. .:,. M. f tt,,. f,, ,)
K. (,atH,K. Njnh H'jfw. Pi.
MAMA RITA N NERVINE
Cured mr n,u of fltt. lie li ui hni a fit fur ihout
tour ywit. J .0 y Is, .
"ft'uo'iiiura MaoaMn Cu., UL
IX roii IAI.E
UY ALIj druggists
Ormnyrx- t;vl dlreet fmm ni Fur furhertntinra
turn He-lute a'ampfor mir Piuiira-'-d Juurna. glflog
ctult DC i of i nn t Ad'ln i
Hit. at. A. KK I1UO.ND A- CO.,
World"! Epll'ptie Initltute,
ST. JOSIPH, MO
l-hvo Si.-nod or Endorsed tho
VVsnrH nrabnry Sz Johnwin, M(innfetni
icK ChewisUi, 21 PUtt St., Ke w Tork :
OulUinon :-ror t'io peat few years we
have sold, various brands of Porou P1jv
ters. rbysioia-ns nndl tho PuVilio prefor
otlierc. Ve conoidcr them ono of th viry
few roliu'olo household rennodlest worthy
of confidence They aro siuperlor to all
other Porous Pluators or ZJUiiaienU fof
Tfrn'PTi'n Cnnrlnc Plnnter la a rtialeo
1 mum rwuMMMB
Parruncoutlcal product, of tho highest
ordcr of merit, find bo rttootrnlsed by
r-hyaicuuib audi druKBUita.
VThon other rcmodics full got Ben
eoa'a Capcu;o Planter.
Ton will bo disappointed If
cheap Flusters, LiniiucuU, ?dj or Eloo-
'aUGTT'X'n i:& iiiiv 'at i.at. rnr.tvn.
l MtAO'3 M. Jl.ittd CUR 1 und BUNION PUSTEIL
G KAY'S srKCIFIC MKDICISE.
THADft w K . Tliu (Iri'iil, Enit-
Xy.lv ln'i l'cllli'ilv, All
Jf'U ' H n,llllllni.' en re for
'..), (J mil.iliuil wciikuin
f.e . y I) fticriiinl iri-lie'i. im
i-ln rinul irilii-ii, nn
InilellL't 1 oil ill
(leii-i a Unit fplow
til yr. u 14 ,1 mnuiiiice
jfj, i. sll Holf-llIiUiti;; UHf.l;
i'.liiiiic-K of vision, I'li'inniiii'i' nld iiu, d muny
"iiu 1 UU n sii Him K.ad lu iniiiuillr, conenin ptliD
ol' 11 Jireiiiiiluie I'ruve,
j.f;l'iill piiitli-.'ilnris In mir inniphlet, wlilrh w
ile-nie tn kciiiI free liv mull lii evervotie. WTlm
rtiecilc Mertli-liie In unld liv nil d r u ltu! r t si fl jmr
mh:k uu'e, or r-lx luiclniircr lur (,.', nr will Imacnt rtc
liv m, ill
TUlt OUAV WKUIC1NR CO.,
Bold in Culru bv l'uu. . (Scli'ib?"1''''0' W ' '
A sa ; .,xat r ,.w .