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LOVE IS FOREVER.
Love in forvYrr tlilnk ao more Yoa firm end take your hour at will. T1 raloe or w. not in 1 ne twfor. Ton aeevr loreU or lure me still I Yon ermt-l In bato ppwirM to lovo. Bat on was fntan; elionee whloh yon will. Ifoo hatrf Ymir lora n Ho proYrdl Yoa loTodt Why, thun 70a lore ma sttlll Tba eajr no mor yonr lora I don). Mor death nor b -II truu lora iw kill. Were It a drawn, It mtgbt hare Had, Bat loro, yoa loved, and lora ma etilll Atalanta. HE HAD PITY. Jabct VTilaorj, whcme 63 yetara of life had been riuieed ill aiugle blessedness, bad littlo iu common with the roat of tba world. Hia faolta were many and his rirtnoa few. Ilii two redeeming point call them virtue if yon will wero generos ity verging on weaknec In individual ease and a lore for muflió. Late one night he came out of St. Jamea hall, buttoned hia coat op round hia neck, dived hia banda into hia pocket and made for home. On the 'Way be entered a cafe and took a cup of coffee. Aa be aipped the beverage hia ear, ever on tho alert for mnsie, caught the Boncde of a voice that w st nuco rich and melodious. Jabea listened attentively for Ave tninotfta, dm inn which time the aoiig oontinnrd, with short intervals ct ailenoe. At length it stopped altogether. Jabea asked the waiter attending hi in to fetch in the person singing. The waiter returned iu less than a minute, csherina in a young mim of distinctly Italian cast of countenance, whom he introduced asLuigi, the bottle washer. "Well, my man, yon have an ex tremely fine voice. Did yon know that? With due care and rigid training there ought to be both fame and fortune in it Ton would like to be something bet ter than a bottle washer ell your life, eh, my man?" Lnigi, in a wondering sort of way, sodded. "That's right that's right, my man. Here ia my card. Come and see me at my honre tomorrow at half post 6, I want to have a serious talk with you. Can yon come? "Tes, sir that is, no, sir. Not to morrow. I work till 1 1 every night dur ina tho week." "Oh, oh 1 f-uch is tho irony of fate," muttered Jabcz. "Can yon como on Buuday?" "Yea, sir, I will come." True to his word. Lniei. clothed in bis Sunday gamieuts, found himself in ' .Mr. Wilson s drawing room tho follow ing Sunday evening. "Luig you b:ivo a most charming voico. It is nt present in what I may term uu embryo form. Tho foundation is there in nil its strentgth, and a cou ple of years' careful training will place you without a doubt in one of the top most branches of tho vocal tree. "You must muko a point of cultivat ing your wiico on evory possiblo occa sion, Lnigi. Avoid those articles of food which I shall givo you a list of, that your vocal chords may retain tho sweet ness, strength und fullnccs thut now murk theui. "Yonr clothes, too, nro nnsuited to the pupil of a vocal professor. You niust fit yourself ont liko a gentleman, Lnigi. Yon must exorcise caro uud toko a pride in your personal appearuueo. Iu short, be in every respect worthy of yonr pro fession." Aa Luigi'a profession was thai of bot tle washer at on Italian restaurant, he naturally failed to sen how ho could well give further evidonco of his occu pation than by tho suit iu which he ap peared before this strango gentleman. Aud he said so. "Dear me. Of course. I must explain to you, Lnigi, what I propose to da I am too hasty. First and foremost, do yoa like music?' "Iam an Italian," was the modest reply. "Qraud. A most fitting answer. Now we will come to business. Would you like to give op your present menial oc cupation and becuuio, first, tho pupil of a musician, and then a master of the art yoa will excel in?" "That is beyond my hopes, sir. I have no money. " Jabea Wilson threw op his hands. "That's all right. I will boo to that little matter, dive me the assurance that yoa will put your whole heart into the work I have cut out for you and wilt ao your Desi. a out ior iiuuuug more." A few days later Lnigi left his situa tion and becanio the protege of Mr. Wil son. To aay that Luii was grateful would be to put the feeling ho evinced toward bis benefactor in very mild terms. Be could find no way of express ing bis gratitude beyond making him self as perfect in his art as it became possible for him to da "Laigi," said Mr. Wilson one day, "I ant delighted to toll yor taut it is now beyond tho capabilities of English masters to teach you further. Itremaius for the masters of your native luud to instill into yoa that little required to render you their equal, if not their su perior. I have decided therefore to take )M to Naples, where we will spend the next year or twa " For the first time aiuoe their odd ac quaintance Lnigi failed to hail an an nouncement for hia benefit with any sign of pleasure or satisfaction. lie looked gloomy and hesitated to speak. "Yon bave always been extremely kind and good to me, Mr. Wilson. I cannot by any possible means express any gratitude. Hut the suggestion yon bave made, although entirely for my good, fills cue with paiu. I cannot leave England, because because I am going to get married. " "Thedickeua yoa arel" roared the infuriated bachelor, mad with rag. "Thi. air, la the way in which you ahow your gratitude. Yoa Italian dog, you aoouixirel, yoa" Tfm mtrrmA thnrt Wht n IrlW he wus. L.mc.1 was uuiy iipmi nuu tiioua. and yountf Mood lit (lint. Lnigi, lie Legan after the MJenee of the moment, "is this girl of yours a snitable partner to accompany yon on your upward career through lifo? You will stand nt t lie bead if your art, ami yon will move iu the highest circles of Euro! nil society. "Elie, whatever her post In lifo now, may be 111 fitted to grace the drawing rooms of the aristocracy cr to sit by your side in the enrringo thut druwa yon to yoai inuusion. " You lovo her now ; she Is cveiytliing to you. Timo muy be, however, when yon may be led to make odious compar isons between her simplicity and the Winning feces of beautiful women." "My kind benefuctor, that 1 1 impossi ble I shall always love Maggio as much os I do now." Jubcs Wilson eighed. It was a sad blow to bis vanity and to his peace of mind. "Think it over, Ind," ho began. "When the first pnngs of prief nt part ing nro passed, you will forget nl-oot yonr lowly girl in the whirlwind of your fame, aud sho will soon put yon from her mind. Coino to lue tomorrow and let mo know v. hat you intend do ing." The next ! íy Mr. Wilson received a visit from V.;!fTsic. Sho came iu tears to beg his consent, his heart was touch ed at the sipht of a woman iu sorrow, and reviling himself for a cold blooded monster ho told her in an outburst cf aoucrositv to co uud marry LniL-i cs n.Muy times as she liked. After a twelvemonth spent in Ituly Lnigi bcoamo perfect. His firr-t appear auce in publio was mode na Gerardo, and as he retreated behind the curtains that night old Juboz Wilson waitod to press bis hands and to toll him thut his dream was at lust reulizcd. Jitbez Wilson walked ont of his solicit or's offico penniless. The bank t.f which bo was principal bharehohlor had failed, and thi?, iu conjunction with a fow minor disasters, bnd robbed him of every penny he had possessed. Ho had oovcr iu his life dono a stroke of work and was not even cupablo of a clerical position. The apartments ho had occupied wore given tip. The club wus never again to see him or hear what hi. 3 become of bim. Tho fino old wines in his cellar fetched sufficient to pay his luug stand ing rent, with a surplus to keep him in food and lodgings for a fow weeks that waa nil. From his sciuity store ho drew a pen ny every day to soi.rvh tho papers for rews of Luigi's suecesa Ho could not bring himself to write to him nud to tell him everything. It was pleasant enough to know that tho man whom ho had dragged from obscurity should at that moment be making Europo vibrate with the splontlor of his voice. One night as ho crouched over the firo in tho dosshouse he frequented reading tho pa per short paragraph at tbo loot of a column caught hia eyo. "Early yesterday morning tho body of a womau wa3 found in tho Graud canal nt Venice. 8I10 is said to bo tho wifo of Signer Luigi, tho well known siuger, with whom sho U supposed to have led a wretched life. There are no marks of violence cu the body, and the authorities have passed n verdict of sui cido while temporarily insane." Jaboz Wilson's foiccusthad been real iw?d only too fully, and tho broken down mau cried liko a child. A week later ho rtood outdido the dos house with exactly a penny iu his pocket. Ho stood wondering what he should do, wbon his musical instincts, which had been crashed and had lain dormant for so long, arose within him. He Inn riod along the street, entered a shop and purchased a tin whistle with his ono remaining copper. An hour later and he walked slowly along tho middle of the rond, his thread bare coat buttoned up around his neck, an old battered hat pressed tightly down over tho straggling gray hair thut blew in tho cold wind, and bis dry lips pressed against the whistlv Ho was piny i ng " nomo, bwoet Home" that was all he kLCw. Iu front of a resplendent hotel he stood and played, with one foot on the pavement. A tall, black bearded gentle man, evidently a foreigner, wrapped in a priceless for coat, came down the steps of the hotol, in company with a beautiful woman, under tho full glure of the lamp. Iiiblinctivcly tho instrument fell from tho line of the player as he muttered half aloud: "Luigi I" The Italian peered into the pale, pinched, upturned face. "So yon have come to this, eh?" he asked in a whisper, lost his companion should hew, at the same time drawing half a crown from bis pocket, "my un fot túnate friend." He turned abruptly, half ashamed, when the woman by his side told him to come awoy from the beggar. "I come, Miriind. " Then, as she took bis arm and he handed her into a brough am, "I have pit j for those poor muni ciaus." l'earson a Weekly. Llmowater. It la well known thut limowater has a beoeflclul elToct on the growth of chil dren, nud in countriea where the driiik- 1 UK water is imuroiruatcd witli enlta of lime tbo tiiea are apt to be tall. An English modieal authority tatúa that fur a perfect aanltary diet alkulino wa ter ia nnedml for OTury peraon who euta henvil of meat, and this means nearly erery c no excepting the Tegotiiriun. Are aa Inde to Ase. An aouto obnerver hue noticed that all the yoniiR women ridfrn ou the wheel weur skirtR, while the elderly fouialns go In for bloomers. 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