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(Continuru Hum - l l- mail fin alditv i u itrtf a eiii"-""-' hed Fold of her Luir; the sweep- '.- .. -Jl-il ll. hnlf-rtisdailiflil. iM6rt ": t v perhaps. ye "r c,, cf th0K I 'think the 't'f'u,, BOn,e d"y 1 d . .... nnd clutnl'''' 1 don't know," he managed to en- but gut up, only to appear more fou 60 not im to know very d Indeed ! " she returned, ber tone SjdDg to one of cold severity. "Not iugb, perhaps, to perceive the mis fj .'ah may cause! Thiit play of Zx. wlith 1 witnessed today" "ou! Today? Your Ladyship ttt," Imperiously, "I was there! Ud beard and paw thB effec t It hid 9 the people; how !t Ftirred all tit baser passions! Put you, cf L,reei could cot know or care, uniting only of tbe sous! that, in mi cf teaching B lesson, the piece mild only move thera to anger, or jsentment" 1 your Ladyship great lords have amended the piny tireat lords!" she rerun, but dorped; regarded her listener and dropped her shoulders. I few moments silence lr-.sted, I'-.e fellow apl-r.reiitly not knowing- what totav, or if he was espec-cd 10 say gj,rt,'ir., while, fur her ran, the girl no' lector looked at him, hut at the lotett. ti-k'.r.K one, which she turutd liber fit. p vs. "Your Ladyship would command To rive the play no more:' . 3Ut Expostulation, shone from bin lock. 1n which event you shall be suf fered to so free tomorrow." "But my livelihood! What shall I do, if I am lorbiildea to earn" She ciive him a colder look. "I have spoken to the commandant; told Litn that I bad seen, and that I did not thick you intended to make trouble. Your esse will, therefore, not lie re ported to his. Excellency. Only," wT.h 1 warning flush, "if you are again caught giving the play, you must ex pect to receive jour deserts." "Of course! If your Ladyship com mands!" dejectedly. 'I do! Hut. as an offset to the cor ners you might otherwise receive, I will give you a sum cf money suffi cient to compensate you." 'Your Ladyship it so frenerous!" He made an uncouth gesture of gratitude iDd covetousness. "May I ask your Ladyship how much " "How much?" scornfully. 'Tut I suppose Tbe words died away; her glance fell; lingered on tbe hand he had extended. Muscular, shapely. It leemed not adapted to the servile gesture; was most unlike the band of (Jotfior clown. Moreover, It was markedwith a number of wounds, bflir Muled, which caught and held Iter look. 'Of course, I am so poor, your Lady ship" he began, in yet more abject tone, but stopped, attracted In turn by the direction of her gate; then, meeting ft, quickly withdrew the hand ' and thrust It Into his pocket. Not In. time, however, to prevent a startled " "rtt, a swift gleam of reco'lectlou from springing into her eyes! The , ery movement Itself Ironically i anoug.h! was not without precedent. "You!" She recoiled from him. "The Black" As a man who realizes he has be ' trayed himself, h bit hia lips; but at tempted no further subterfuge. The Gambling figure straightened; the .dull eyes grew steady; the bold self possession she remembered well on another occasion, again marked his bearing. "Your Ladyship has discerning ," he remarked quietly, but as "Poke glanced and moved a little wwd tbe window. My Judy stood at if dazed. He, the Buck Seigneur, there, in the palace! v,anIc8Hy bus raised her hand to rbr U: t; she whs very pale. On ,T. i:y the ilghtfngale, grown W'W t. V e InKS, fl,inrt nf varfn. j to;. ihoukani Wills and full- i.r-:,- k"..te. filled room. "J W -rstand now," at length she . fM.iJj lC4t wnjr (hat funt,y t..mie to " . !" u1 when I was listening to lie f W1' V4 the platform. But why have :, :,r' . to the very Mount Itself?" I ia e each the people tried to atop !i'7 Jaw that, too?" ? ; t Slnd you kneW the play would ji dte trouble! Vou wanted it to." Wlckly, "For what purpose? To get , the upper part of the Mount? To ' wi ,bsm "rrest bring you here?" j r loked at him with sudden ter- IV' V'My fatherl Was It to" y ' 31stlnct raPP'ng: at the door tkad entered, Interrupted them. Itarted and looked fearfully "una. At the an mo fma tt. tnnnn. tepped back to tbe side of hw nx ,n front of tb baIcony . '"e. 'standing in the shadow, be acptened. , . ithi'V" called out fc ! W6r tb "l bad been bold- "My" she h.THii, wwn ))lr ,llllir opened and the (iou-rnor siw.d (ti ,,t threshold. CHAPTER XIX. The Mountebsrk nd ,be Co ,u inn IIL1T.C1 Tnc '(' paper; his usut!!y a-.ir; a sllnhtly pn 1 iMato.v Vl.llu ,1... . II. T- ,jp , , , ,,,,, us slowly he mi. rtu im.i,, giKt-d a respite i f ,iif:n... '1 ing, he tuxed with a.e !.;:. tu ing it around t-i.d arnuiid in Lin 1 ' i pers, as if sotmtmig in Lis th.iuglj. revolving vlth it. K;,d !. more watchful of her, )k U;A ,, fume matter unim si in ),: n,;,,, i.e could not Lave ti.iVd :o n.: pauor or i.ts in' e, ir written there. As it was swept without studying. "I hoped to hi.d ycu here gan complacently: "hotd nad not yet. retired" She made some f.i!nt response, 1 her voice, di-sj'to Lcrs-.f, wnv. v-.l. Whereupon his lock s!:,,! ; i.m!; tln ulmcst ltt:nt 1. !y it'.i.;,s. 1! ; oi.- strr.iiit on l.r ji.it ooi.'.i easily hi (otimea lor; not may elapsed nine t!;-r Is-st it "1 1'S'." lie r), cc i.siilcr." ii:t!i( at ii.tr a "a rr.i!n r i ii t ir-. s .r t itv d a moiin i.t 1 1 fore ;.; 1 r that coti' cn s y u!" "That concerns E.c?'' tight nt d. "Yes." "Since It is hrrc';.: lustily, "wm. Id it ! uv it t;t.' :l tcri"t rt rti'.her ' i' 1 (1 t 1. an! "Wha' he !-.:;. oil unrrilli (1 toi.e, M',V( .::! 1 i.iifiiicrics tie cc n m Kir-Ki" "t'cimni.'-mi!" si.e !i 1 (i.t iy. "C f -.it 1. Km t?" "Or ro u---t," whic h i" ti.e -., :: " " tl.e 1 ' 1.1.1! i'i r; 1 : held Ly a s'i uii;!. ,.k cf hm ct.e y 1 ibg. in nr the .i cii w. Shall 1 i.'iid it cr" She had s'iirtui 10 look Vtt::-.d br t"it ahnip'ly caucht hnsi'i. 1,1. seenu-d nlanit to fihine sine ir'!r vai.t spvltse, m1. hi i s c,e i.t on: "The K irir (i?ins to i.'.i.t.j.'" the (iate set ti r ycur u.i.rr kinman. tl.e Marquis de l- au i"ii rs." "('hiii).e'.'" Ft.e c ).cC. "Yes: to hus'en it." If -.!.e Guvev uor had cMpM'eil from her tiis'liiy, or -i"vem-!iess, He was i,gr--i,t.y disappointed; the girl eii.eed r-el-.ii. r pleas ire nor disupproval; only s'-.-od In the same attitude cf expectancy, with head half turned. "His Majesty' reasons for this step " ' Cau't we an"t e, at leas", post pone considering them?" Again he regaidVd her more closely. "What better time tL1.11 the jsei.tV" "But 1 don't waat'1 "Ellse!" A slight frown appeared on his brow. 'His Majesl..." once more looking at tLe paper, 'hints at .n Important political appoiitnieiit he desires to conftr on the M.iniuls de HeHUvllliers which would ti.ke him ibroud; but wltlier as ambassador, or as governor in tl.e celeries, his .Majesty does r.ot din lose. Obviously, bowever, the bio!ng of (i:e honor 1 1 hlc-h one, n.' doubt : c-penils on his early marr.as'e, and a wife to grace the position. Tie letter," weighing; it. "ts a tentative one; the courteous precursor t-f a duller cow tuunlcation lieu he Las ieiintd our your pleasurt " She did tot at once xs It: indwd, at. the moment. see.i.ed scarce ly v have comprehended; her glance, shlch had swept furtively heliind when hn was studying tlie document, returned more uneasily to 1 is. hut not U'fore he had caught tl backward look. "Well?" he said with a tench of us IKflty. "Well'." he repeated, when lis gaze, following: the direction hers had taken, paused. 11 Mf.11 liul.ted In 'he cmier by ;i great V far ends of i-nc'Lian oan(! ir.hi t be lay the spacious eomowhat iu otiscurity: spare adurned with tin and a llfc-si.. bionze he trance to the bal.-ony. .t dim recess the (iowrnor y eye to rest : at first a w'lth a etulilen appenrutn'i "Eh?" he niutiered, Mi lady could prevent hlni, been mindful so to do, w forward; but ua he uJ'.i.i figure stepped boldly out that partial screen. V it clamation, which four, echo from the girl, t Ti'ily ihj' . ' ;,infn 1 if- O! t'Js .. M.-d i .i .. : thin af ill. eret. jefon, apy ' !.e had k 1 (rokly ,(! a die r.ni belilnd iv shnrv ex u. etrt!ed Gu venior stopped; stepped back table. "What mummery Is tt: shaped the words uni ma,. Mil? Ollt WW far' the .4,. Hp hit th..1 'first startled Instinct of dif.rr .( iuched 1 tbe bell. K . . - 1 "oiir uiuiiiii' x. j ' posite side o 0. im thrown sud..lr'open. of expectanccn. the Uh fom, mandantwho ,.'Vd tipared ve ay l ol of surprise, muttecd mi tt.eanically' Ovft'to' iys'.ve.nor visa ft Ctf th& on- n'tioiiliss. 10 the girl; but the face w:.s avf.i i,:, his .-m.ii. ...i.i s ..ihl. n v I.iit;i'ss of vr '- r van!. (I tl,r c , , ,-. ' ' ' 1 1 1 sun r,i i f ni! ' '.!.e (:oc ii do :L:.i , ,.i a; " J cur hc. iieni j ! It bap .is was.,' bi.d not without eonstrat'..t i.l.d Lesliaitoii, ir)iIy related the story of the dlKtuibanoe on tLe plailotm: tLe taking Into ustodi cf the rogues and knaves, and inv lulv's ii.ieisl in tlie vagabond clown whose play oc casioned the riot. "Because It wa seditious, designed to set g-.nhority ti iiauglit?" Intel nipt ed tb'j listener, grimly eyeing for an Instant the motionless form of the moiirrsbnuk. "On the contrary, your KMce'lency!"- liilckly. "Her Ladyship Bssuied nie it was ihe loyal and faithful sen ti men's of the play :) at caused the uiiru'y rascullions to loake trouble, and that the elown deserved no puiilshtneiii Le-cain-er he- had intended no nilscLiif" "her Ladyship?" The ''.oveti.e r's hroAS went suddenly up. "How," he asked at length in a voice yet softer, I "should her Ladyship have known about the 'loyal and luithful senti ments' of a pi'-ce given In the town, before a crowd of brawlers?" ' ifeoause 1 was a spectator!" said tiiF daughter, t red spot now on her -Peek; changing lights in her eyes. "A specta'o-." repealed, in mild surprise, the Gu erne r. "1 will expla'n after!" she added ,n tones, low. c oust rained Hum!" His Ko.ilei,i y's glimc iwvpt to the eoiiiniaiiih.nl "IP.-r Ladyship who so goud." n,ur mured tlie ia't' " In som.- einlm 1 rass inoin and yet M ill!.' oLIice,! . p. ak, with Unit hrigii' Ins hicll otli. ial of tl.e lit i-uize .i'' the tl.e Mount fastened , Infurni 11:" 1 in-' , d' vlth the p.-ople, and. upon Lim, "as airing tu mingl knowing it migh: not be expej'.ein to do so In her own pfop'-r charac terher Ladyship saw til 'o assume a liuniMer eosiumt thai of a Nor.an peasant m ild " From tl.e (lover.'ior's lips fell an ejaculation; he seemed about to sp.--.ik sternly, but the woids failed on his lips; ' Instead, 'ConUnue!" he t. 'd curtly. "Tli.it, I heiieve, Is ail, your Kxiel-w-v. exiept that her ladyship ex pressed ihe d-slre the stupid fellow j be set at liber y on u. morrow, ub not worth the keeping and " The mountebank started, as expect ing now ti e had!' Klise to Siak; to denounce Lim. jw-rhaps; but it wus his Excellency who interrupted. "Vou were going to do so? To set hira at. liberty?" ' "I, your Kxcelleue.w The auberge des voleurs Is au 'Hi v the scum of the ndi, tbt'r is barlty 70pm for thera to so.urm; but If youv ExcelU'ncy wishes pfTMheae paitYj rogamuBlns beggars brought before 'u " 'Wall w)l!" The Govarnoit.ooked U, bla band., crushed trapsyently l paper be held. "Here la mndL ado UtVottlnal ' 9t ." i 1 g ;. ' . " '! V ' " ,",,!','n wlii"':'ss of vr : ei.n I.-bs pdsc-iipl 1 ' r'iy H-,ri! ' 1 .a I, i . r, r - , L.'.i- - '' ' 1 ' d to s !i,-t s,.le p. ijun k gioi.ie ti, in I .'is. le .. A, ! , , , , s' , ":,! 1U "'- d....t r.,!,!,,., h.,:yV , t,t M;.f i,.,.'.i, ,' , "' J' -r ':.- Dm- t!..i. ik. 1 v..s- :.'l thai was. lest f :. t!..-c -l.-r iv . j .'! ss.r-r., r.u ;.. t. at !. iVer." s .dil.-o. clt-fii:at. i':'-oc'.o. tl :.: 1 a n .W ! , '' 1 "v" !' s'ai.c'." tv.. 1, ;:! nt. 'on. Lin war: li.g- " ' ,r "'' M! '!'. '::.i 1. 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I a- 'ly f-n!--.- 0 J- Tj I U 1 I r . af. a'..l i!i ,1 la la - l.and it In It rr ' I J'J "1, '..i ill cu .1.11 -ay?" i-M-H. 1 'i r I' : tio p!'"i-r- I .'.,,ju j -7 1 '":" li-dy M" r,,i.-.,i.-..dil. H. I' 1 -a: Ls I' ' ' V il ' '' I "He Had irterced Ue Mischitf.- ' Y,s: t.l. I.itr, i.vvay!'' .Wi'h n , , , , 1 wi'.L Lis iti ..Is. ; uii i .:. '. a i. a r i.a- an t,d to ti: ma-tir. "Am I u b ! . ' ', , I w:;i expii.n.. : you nK up iii 11. e ki.n,: 10 to j. 1 v, .mo .r.,i in-l.:,i.i... ..1 1.1 M.i-t.. I To tins tie ti.-i, L'wev.v, uu.de no ; 0v.l w i'l. ;!. t la.w !" I sml ii:.ii ait'r-,vi! irf iVi1 r-iu '" I answer; i s i last ir.at. d, wan I,, ii j W! t: 'W door !...(! 1 b se-d on il.e .liM-hnre.-d a- Kx.-1.0.1 el -"' ' tliem, tl.e . ..t.r: ..nd 1.' . I r fa tin r. :!. niounn 1 1.1.H i.l.d tiiiiiatn.ant, he I r..;n.i'-. ..., , s'll). h;:e ; ;g a' e at c 1 e side not far I 'urr, 1! 10 Lis dii'icL'i-r. "A iuai. :ii , , , ' , , , ., . awav! itviiki" Prowi.ii.gly Lis Km elleii'-y . , ... ,,' "Km.cI'v. ; lulled in ti 1 evidence of the cfticei daughter, "nui-lil to ndil?" "' t '" ' "-" ciitu l i.-T Siw lifted her hi nd. Hiiindltu: Its .1 .'..1 o . ; - 1 1- :i"" ti il v illi if "Oil V. !' li.Kll.g !.C'. 10. II I ,, , . . . ,,- , I-.-,. ...... ,,. I ai.k. at IU w 1 t'- i;;i s1. : , - , , ' . , . 1 . ... i.k. Lim 1. way!" .Wi'h n tcstur.- Lis riM.-ll. ri-y put ! i: ma ti r. "Am I 'n la. In in in.i "rtatit a flair by . tal !o fi.iei-ur. or L'.itl'ooii, up 1 ii the Ui.eh? Tu the dt v.) w ill. ;!. 1. lii.w '. " When "he 1101 r L..(l 1 li s-d on the uioiinn I ank and the iiiinundnnt, he a Lis dirieL'er. "A iiuuPaip Prowi.ingly Lis li: a eileii'')' 1 itgarde-d hi r. "To Lave gt no in'o th town aid rr.ir.gk-d with the rabble! Hut.' Shaking his head am) then suf fering that xpression i f disapproval tc iela into severity, "say 110 more alKuit It! Here." Indlcvillng the let'er, "Is something of greater iiiomenl, to l fettetided to and answered I" CHAPTER XX. Trts stountebana and the Soldier. As the mountebank w ali.ed out of the aiihitmeiil if tbe (lovernor's daugliier, he drew himself up wlih an air of expectancy, like a man prepar ing for some sud.ien climax. Once be yend the tLrtsfa Id. his es glanced furthely bac k at the closd door, and, descending the stairs to the floor be low, he carried his head a llitle fur ware, as If luu nt to ci.iih unwonted sound oroutit"'. Hut no raised voice or uuusual iioise reached his ear. and his footsteps, art tlie party issued forth intc the street, responded briskly 10 1 tne soiuicrs ii.re. run wiui ui same :i r s: okc t o.'t- 1 ugarded hi r. "To l.avo gc no in'o ih a lown ai 11 rr.ir.ti.-a wiil ine rannie. fair jf si rained attention, now mingled 1 I wi'.:. a tiace tf perplexity, he followed bis guard uoti". called upon to stop. "Vou are to sleep here!" As he I i speka, tbe commandant opened the doer of what seemed a low out build-j 1uc not very tar from tbe geiseral bar- : racks, and motioned the mountebank to enter. The latter, after glancing , ' ou.. kly at tue speaker and the sol die s behind, beut,to step across the dark thr.-ihol'.', and, still stooping, on accaunt of the low roof, looked around hia. Hy the faint glimmer of light fna':i a lantern one tf the soldiers held, the few details of that, squalid pit. vis liellKtini tly revealed: A single stall whose long eared occupar.t turned Its head Inquiringly b! tlie ah rup'. ai i i aiai'.'e nf a con.j anion ' lodg-vr; hits of Jmniess and a numb.-.-of traps hanging from pi-s'9 on the wall, and, near the door, on t'ue I urui.rd, a bundle of grass, rough foil i tier from tbe marshes close by tu i snore. This last salt smelling heap, the oClcer, peering In with a fastidious sniff, Indicated. "Tha's your bed! A softer one than you would have bad but for the Lady Ellse!" The prisoner returned no answer, I and In tlie vok1 of a man whose hu mor was tot of the best, the command i -nt. uttered a brief command. A mo ment or t.vo the light continued to pass fitfully about the stable; then It and the moving: shadows vanished; a key grated In tbe door, and the sound of tbe officer's receding footsteps whs ' followed by the diminishing clatter of! me., s bctls on the flagging stone. Not i until both bad fairly died away In the distance and the silence' was broken only by certain indications of restive-1 ness from tbe stall, dUd the prisoner I move. I S '" I JTo be continued.) 1 ,11 1 . 1 11.11 a' 11. 1 11 1 j , ,a ,,. l. .1 .1 at;. .) a : ..! ' P- ' !' ' p.. .r .li. mi vw 11 ! ' ' 1 "'' ll.. e W.-IV t'l I'" l.'Vl' iltit' ttllll COIISl.l'l" linn is to take rejul-irl . a niilii laxnt;,1i' Conn's Kcifulets nr r.'coiiimi'ialiMl fur tlor piiipoM-. 2"o. 11 box at all diutt stores. 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