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K'n nm! low lh'h tli arrow nlnf Tit" hn of th Bow, Thi n'nn 1 of t!i n'.rinj; 7 lit whafls rry slirill: It u forth ftHtn; lt ii ft'l inir fill - , Ou ih flf h of mn. Cm-dy And tWt 4 Io w fTr from far. Like the bird that mot For the írtwt of war, Till tl air of fUht With ir wlnjp t.rrvl, Ar ft wliirM front tin Ihglit . Of tli ravening liinl. Jko Urn fl tl.e that drift Ou l!iiKnow-wiul'g hrvAlh, IJany aixl n if(, Ami m lmj'l for dentil GrfHly onU ti ft, IH wo Hxwl f mm far. Like tho hlnlit that niii-t On tit IjHrftri of war. Fl'H't an kIkwIs that wail. When Urn ilnrt ntrlUf tnt I0 TÍ1M ha ift Kiiafu liuil. Till they drink wanu der. Ken nn l low lHi (he (fray íhrftA sing Ti Hons of the limr, Xiid notiiid of thoatrtnir. 'ilir WfwliT Dasire. A POOli 1ÍEVEX0E. "I am Roin? to l.jve two iTtiri"tw Rt Elmiktlo t!io !ny after tomorrow," re marked Hrn. Il.iilrli.Io carelessly one morning to tlio uM husband who ndorei her and who is fully thirty years her senior. "Yes, n:y dear OU'li.i." U the amia llo answer, while ilr. n.-idcliTo Rtiin tho coSue his v.-ifo hag just made for him. 'I a in no gl:ni to hear yon say so. I was on tho vcre. my dear, uf iirn?inin;r vome such social distraction. And pruy whom have you hit upo?i?" "Yon have met tho lady, I u'.n pure. She ia MioS Eloiso BviHtour, and tho K n tleinan is Mr. John Folsoia." Mr. Rjiddiflo conviden this responso for a momunt, nnd then tip go hi., ffrny ' touched eyebrows in uniniatakablo as touinhinent. "My dear, yon mnRt bo waking some mistake. I havu heard you say Fome very hard thins about both theso jeo )le. I remember your bti;i,r very nn pry indeed at Eloise Biistow just be fore your niurriitgo for for" "Can't you recollect why?'' intermits Mrs. Radcli.Te in uniilinq; interrojition.' "This was my reason for beinj angry: Eloise chosn to Binen 1 r.broad ccrtr.ia re ports about uie when I was poor littlo Ophelia Shellon, which, whether they were trun or false, concealed behind them the desire ot preventii::? our mar riage. You vero se:isibhi enough not to believe the gossip, nud bo iao was de feated." "But have yon forgiven her, Ophelia? 1 thought not. . , Mrs. RadclifTo's faco is very calm and gentle in its expression. "Pehawl my dear KaücliíTe, what is the nte of cherishing grudges?" "True, Ophelia. And thin Mr. Fol som? Yon nscd to dislike him, I well remember. What was it, by tho by, that he diu to offend?" "Oh, it was two years before I met yon, and during the year that I lived in Portsmouth with Annt Tannic. Ah, hus band mine, what a memory yon have!" 'Tm getting ),i Ophelia." "Nonsense! You are as j'omig as I." 'Thanks for the delicious compliment. I waft a kiss to you ucros-s the breakfast table. Now, tell mo what it was that yonr Portsmouth friend did?" "Ho set a very dtar friend of mine, a Mrs. Farrcn, against mo by telling her that I was trying to make her husband fall in love with mo. Ho never knew that I had found the truth out before I left Portsmouth, but I had." "And yon arc going to have theso two people, both of whom I know yon hate, np at Elmdale!" murmured Mr. Rad cliffe, lifting both hands in mock inten sity of amazement. "I never could un derstand some of your whims, Ophelia, they are iuite beyond me! By the by, do these forthcoming guusta know each other?" "No; I doubt if t'liey have ever heard each other's names. John Folsom has always lived in Portsmouth, you know, and Eloise in Loudon. Mr. Folsom i:i in town now for a mouth or so, I have late ly heard from Mary Waldroin, an old Portsmouth friend. He is hero for busi ness reasons trying, Mary writes, to gave a little from tho wreck of his fort une." "Ah! he has, then, met with eevere losses? I knew ho was rich or, rather, I remember your ti lling mo fo." "He hits lost next to everything, they say, by the failure of Rushit & Stam mer." "And, my dear ahem! how about this Miss Eloiso Bri:tov? Is the aheiu! well off?" "Not at all. A church mouse is in handsome, circumstances compared with her." Five or six duvs after the above con vernation Mrs. Radeiiile's guosts arrived in Elmdale. The guests find every hospitality await ing thtin at the charming country seat at Elmdale. "You have a unit exijuisjte place here," Mr. Folsom tlls luk hostess, while they are left alone together for a fi--w inomeuts on the night of his arrival. "Yes? lio you really think so?" is the sweet answer. "I ninso glad everything pleases you. And how aixjnt your fel low guif-t. Miss Bristow? Is not she lovely?" "I never specially admired brunette is John Folsom's reply, with a covert glance at thu flaxen tresses of Mrs. Rad clilTe. The lady laughs. "Ah, it doesn't much matter. I fan cy, w hether one be blonde or brunette, if one lias imineime wealth." . "Immense wealth! And is Mit4 Biis tov" "Wealthy? Oil, enormously oue of the groat -t ln-iiess -s 1 know of." "Indeed!" John Folsom responds, be Hnniiic suddenly to bti'oko liis dark, ' uilky mustache with considerable en ergy. No long afterva-il Eadcliffo is oli'ue with JH. Biistow. 'My dear Eloise," hi bvbh.i, "you ." ! i -j v.cill iy toe by, Mr. Folwun paid you a compliment." A plight flush tinges Eloise Bristow's cheek. "lii'iilly! What was it?" "It" said you were pretty." "He is very kind," Eloise answers, a little disappointedly. K'ne in ir fly, and knows it very well, having 1 ceii told po rgain nnd n;r ain. Mrs. Ilr.dclilio teps her reprovingly with a costly ivory fan. "My dear girl, yon should not under value snc'i a compliment from a million aire like IIv. Folsom." Eloise's j;lo ;iy d irk eyebrow. sudden ly lift themselves. "A millionaire, Mrs. Rrdcliffe?" "Yes. Oh, his wealth is immense! I t'.ionght yon know it." "No, I have not hoard." "Well, that is not stran'ce, when one remembers that you cov.l 1 not have known anything about him." Five days pass. During this time John Folsom nud Eloiio Bristow are much together. Each soon discovers in the other a charm which ties wholly np.-.rt from that which flrst brought them together in such closo mutual ut traction; but it is doubtful whether, ex cept for certain spurious intelligence imparted by Mr. l'ak!i!i"e, either of these two young persons would have had sii.TK-ient interest in the other's ne qnaiutanci) to havo made the delightful discovery which has now resulted for both. Yes, Eloiao Bristow and Mr. Foisoiu ore thoroughly in love with unci other at the end of a week's time. More than once, whilo thinking of how superbly her revengeful scheme, had Micceedod, Mrs. Radclilic't) eyes iiash with malicious tri umph. At hist John Folsom tolli himself that he is foolish not to avow his love, sinco Eloiso has given mora than a iiinle marked sign by which, if ho cannot Tend the exact truth, he has ut least had reason to guesi it. Ono d:'.y hile passing the library door he catches tho gleam of a pink niUbhn mornin.'i dref s. "It is she," ho mentally murmurs, "and provided she is alone, I shall not leave her nntil I havo declared tho truth." Eloiso pro cs to be alone. Mr. Folsom seats himself at her side, and in a few moments has spoken words that bring tho rich color glowingly to the girl's cheeks nnd make her eyea sparkle, with brilliant lire. He finished with thee; humble wov.is: "I havo no right to address you as I am doing; for oh, Eloise! even should yon cogent lo becoin- my wife the world would call mo littlo else than a Bcheniing fortune hunter." A moment after the last words aro ut tered E.'.jisa Bristow leaps to her feet. "A fortune hunter!" she bursta forth indignantly. "1 I do not understand you, Mr. Folsom, unless you mean what you say for cruel Retire!" He ripes now. "iSatire? Why, of course I do not. The facts are plain enougli. My fort une ia now a mero wreck of what it once was, and you are immensely wealthy." A bitter, bleak sort of laugh leaves Eloise Bristow's lips. "Did Mrs. lladcliffe tell you that that I was immensely wealthy?" she aks excitedlv. "Yes." Eloise Binks buck into her sent. Fix ing her eves on John Folsom's f,. j. which has become very palo, liku her own, she now continuos, "jiud Mrs. Radcliííe told ;uo the sir.:io thing regard ing you!" A slight panse. Suddenly she asks, "Have yon over thought, in past times, that Mrs. Radclilfu had any dislike toward you?" John Folsom'3 answer then comes proiuplly enough, "Yes, I used to believe f.Iip hated me." Eloise laughs again, though less bit- tcrlv than be'ore. "And I feel thst che hated me all along, now. This is h-T revenge." Thosa four words e:;orciso a strango effect upon the man who hears them. He seals himself nt her side. Ho fixes upon her face a pair of eyes that glow strangely. "Eloise Bristow," ho begins, with sol emn, determined voico, "the story of my wealth is what first attracted you to ward me; but now that yon know me, is there not any feeling in 3'our heart whol ly apart from all this?" Eloiso makes no answer. She lowers her eyes and begins to tremblo. Tho man at her side draws nearer. "Eloise, I love you well enough to die for yon yes, even in these queer, prosaio tunes or ours. And if this be the case. surely I love you well euough to work for you! What is your answer, darling? Lift up your head nnd speak it out bravely. Wh"n Miv,. Radcliiio next meets ns shall she laugh to herself in magnificent delight uud silently murmur, 'My revengo is accomplished?' or shall she grind her handsome white teeth in secret rage while looking on our happi ness, and lii forced to confess that we have conquered her with the very weap ons she sought to use Hgainst us, turn ing hrr revenge into that whi'-h may be ovir lifelong future joy and such joy, Eliiise, as no mail c:ui purchase?" There is a momentary silence, whilo Eloise sits motionless, with eyes still lowered; and then nn instant l.iler she has flung herself upon his breast and hidden her passionately tearful face against his shoulder. He needed no oilier answer. Elmira. Telegraph. Tito VaIiia f TriiibHukft. in lHtii, wheu the greenbacks lirst went into circulation, their price in gold for the entire yearuverngMd about HH.'J cents on the dollar, their highest being 08.5 and their lowest 73.8. In lHtiJ they ranged from C2.il. to 7D.5, in lh4 from H.7 to 07.3, and in ltiCS from 40.3 to 7'J.t. The year ) M, which was the darkest period of Uu war, saw the gov ernment currency at its lowest value and gold at its groat-st p Minium,. After the war, of course greenback ioci'eased in value, although wilh soioo flucteatiiais. At tlie bt'gmuiuif, of Hi JO, when sjs'cie puyinents were formally iisjinid, Kreen baeks went to par w ith gold, and have remained tle-iv eyur tiice. -Ü. 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