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nOLLAKO liu rid a isii F7"'""";
uauad untilail arrearagae are peid,eieeji el the i thai aaman. An intense love of the beau-
,,iiaof the Editor. . . I tifal characterised bim, and in whatever
AanrtiaamenUioMrUd alOne Dollar paraut ert,te4 t;Dg jt wa met there Lis humble
''.."noSh.r Marion Oaorgc- bad awakened in bim
r'r"h"1 :$?ZiL!ZlZ.Zu ; thi. amotion, which b, her art. sua .o quick-
mada from the rrrlarpeiee,fordertlBcrsoj
M jeer. Advertisement, inserted monthly or i
-,.ttlir,.tt)tptiiu.rfoTeehi.m.. emi. ;
..ik I 75 aunt, mi inu.rilor cacn IIIOC.
...I mark the ember of iaaartioo. deaired or
. i .1.... .J...tl..m.ttl.
thf y will be inaorted until lor bid and on.rg eo e
lTP..tm..terj art a n ( Iiariitd to. eta a (gent
Ftum the Ntrro Prugreaa.
FORGET ME NOT.
Forget nie not, 'tis all I aas
My sbaent friaad of tbae.
That it may oaaer am Uak
t'or j ju to tlnuk of ice.
1hn f tba bappy tioera paat,
Tait wa bara aponl tngethar !
When y my hand Lave foody elaap'd.
And vooad tf ua frieadahip eor,
fargiva what I in jaal d.d aay,
That snakaa tba angry now.
Aad frura me eolrfly turn aaay
With froona upon th) how.
I thoog bt foai knaap ana tlwai to wall
Tliaa to bdliara it lr 1
Yon kaaw doeoit eoold nar dwall
Wiiaia uv hsarl. I'm auia.
forget I lie ararda tbat eaoaad tliaa vain,
Tbink of Ilia good yoa koco
Aad da not cania'O ina again,
Aa orocgly aa yoa do.
Tie not to ehida, that Lbava pnned
Thra aiiopl liaoa lo lba ;
'Tie but to aak thee tea my friend
T aamiiw( linn of mo.
Tba smile Hist alaya oa womaa'a ebeak,
Ths a(gb which bra.ka no real,
Tboogb bright or aad, bat ill brepeik
The faeluiga of bei braaat.
Thay may aoaaa aniioaa thonght imparl i
Bat tboao wbo'ao aaoat rohod.
Know not iba lave of woaaaa's bsarl,
I'otil tbat heart ba tried.
There may, in bef ascertain ami la,
Soma lokao ba of grief.
Sauit impa'.aa. wbieb may for awhile,
In aorraw aeak relief
Hut tboaa who moat haea wateb'd the part
rrUay'd by bape.ar pride,
Know lat lha loa af woman's heart.
I'llil that heart be tsiib.
BT 1MMA M.
Manaa George was a coqaette, aau piay-
ed bar cards with aaosummata skill and
edroitaess. as tneoy a pierced heart amoag
asr iarCa a.rai. at m... "J--" , --
taitifa Th. caasiif baOO at Baiura naa
r .'. l '?,ir ; .,.n,i.B,i.
au.uiaew n.r moo
with her hinhast ideas of beaoty aaa graea,
and fated tba former ' 7 "Vu. d.-.r. I
par.st.alar. Manau had a pretty, de-are
w.y of aastin,; her.,., to
hapa ia the aensc.oasne.a that bar ' long
d.licat. buedoba.k.oroftbaf.ctthat.h.!tb. pe-aiva air bee.,,,, bar remarkably
bad a more bildriag aarprisa ia store
far the beholder, whea alawly lifting them
ska Brought lha splendor af two of tha rieh
est and datk.it violet eyes to flash apen
him it was seldom tha lot af mortal to aaa.
These ware tha traps which wera sprung
aaa Odia Moere, rnakiag bim, witboat
hipe af asoape, a pri.ooar of lova, In tha
power of tba most asareilasa and specula
ting of all flirts. Ua placed her in his heart
aaon . n.d.atal. hirh abovo all others, and
sd twiaed in tha heavy, ailkeo bands
ber hair, or thrilled to hold the perfect lit
tle bead (Marion tneinwbilo wondering why
nupid as sot ta da it,) had ha Bat thaagbt
-.r.u,ppe n.r .u. ........... - - . . baBi,ud t0 bcr of ueTer dy,Dl:
J.,1 l'.... lk.( nrl.d Ihuil SMr- W I mrum " I .... "V
!..:r; fra-itrrar PS-
It alnsett deseoratioo. Woman to bioi was
tba embodiment of everything; pure aid
apgel-lika. He remembered a tainted aoth
er, the memory of whose toft baud, trem
bling with ite weight of Ioto upon bit boyish
head, brought the best and holiest thoughts
lMUr ki.oal,.Dd be bad groanto
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which pattak. .ra of tbe 'divina
,y eaUsed to be followed by love, that the
ji tj, which would admit
... . . ,....;. through ite meshes.
" r .. . .. " . .
laoee over bis shoulder at Lis journal
.reveals where be stood
veals where be stood.
"One hour ffowith Marion. Would
that the blessed joy of saying my Marion bowing his head upon the baud be bad
were mine I I trembled lest my new-born dared to take, he said, with a more subdued
earthly love should alienate me from Uim tone :
who should have my first and best thoughts. " Will you be mine. Marion my wife !"
list Marion, guileless aud pure and beau- '" Why, really, Mr. Moore, you have been
tiful ai she is, would be the dearest gift my very sudden and precipitate, aud the truth
btart ever craved. My Father, make me is, I have luoked upon jo.i as a friend, and
worthy of ber, if tbou eaast see fit to give I am am engaged."
tat this precious boof. .' ' She met no words in return, but a face
Then a lingering spirit might bare seen so deadly white that her own paled with
him bowed in prs yer, thanking Jod for the alarm. She took the arm that was proffer
pure being he had given him to love. d in silenee, and carrying ber wide-brira-Aaothcr
oue at the same Lour, looking tned hat in ber hand, endeavored to assume
into Narion 's heart, or upon the sheet of a very self pos.oned air as the walked to
v. .ill, . ;a. her home. Not a word as tbev carted at
jvoaa faee.eould have read her words cruel
ieooagh to coil about ths aoblo heart of
!poor Odin aad sling it with all a serpeut's
venom. 1 be address ran tous, aiter via i'u n iu eunei. u. Uti;a .
style of devoted frieads ' My darling Nal- , eoliloquiiing :
lie," ind then followed information conoer-1 " This is a queer picee of business, at
niup ber last new lover. ny rate, and performed mighty qnck.
" He is very good Uekiog, pale and in- i He went overboard soonscr than I imagin-:
teresting. yo know, but has t wide, open' ed ; But the stupid thing is well got rid of.1
fae aad heart, aad whoever runs may . This mtki s four this very summer. I mwst ,
read ' what is there. O, kt he t stepid. write about it to Nell." And the heartless
n. ...... .. . ki. .r.t ihAKifkiful Virl soon crew verv uiurrv aud faeotious
eves, sad sits is aiienee mo-t of the time, I
and bas never so wueh as given me a sin-
tie kiss! Lie writes beautiful notes, and
: . . , . ... ti...
lens ma mat na toaoa iai uca. w u -venly
Father; and that briogs sae ta tha
fumieit part of it, To-night when ba was
bare, 1 was failing as mitehievous and wick
ed as possible (which ia aa uoaaual thing
for me,) and bad jut Rioted soroetbiag
thai i tbaagut extremely witty, when be,
( looking moat vaeanily, saif, ' t don t acuer
aiaoJ yoa!' Wsa net that o!d-atri.b ?
1 He continued grave as a deaeoa, and very
' soon after asked me what my hopes of heaven
wera ! I can't tbink af tellia you what I
answered hiw, but I was as couaidcra'.e ai
!osaibie to bis feeling, aad before La waul
' ba knelt and prayed for me. It was much
! as I eoeid do to keep frem touching bim
with my foot and seadiog bim over back
i wards; but aa it wss, I boghed se behind
my hsodkarehief that be thosght 1 was sob
biag, and aalled the id bletiod tear. I wiab
yoa ware only here, Kali, to help taa bave
a good lima with this honest soa of Aalsm,
for I an nearly tired with btia alone, tad
mean to ' ship 1 bim tha first goal ehanee
1 Odin Moore had na thought of ail thi,
as bo walked with ber a few evenings after
apea the beach. Ha drank 'iu like wine
. the beauty af tba sky and earth around bim,
and but oaa sound had mora masic to bim
thai tha low, melodious murmur of the
stranding billows. Ha talked to Marion to
awaken tbat aoaa 1 ; but she wae wisely ai
leat, for sbe bad no appreciation ia coin
man with his. He seated her upon a bread
rook and himself where be could look iu be
faaa, alternately with the soeae around h.m
the ligaatic, throbbing ocean lo'sicg rent- j
le.sly before them, the rival sea abov.,1
where angel sail lhair goldeu barks, aad
his whole soal was Glied with reverence, ado-
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enougn ior ner io auow ni. .u ... .v..-
V, Odin Moors si few women are lovea,
bat ber aeiCh heart aov.ted word, that
wawld bring it lo her ear. in glo.nug aad
'passionate reite-ations. She was therefore
disappointed wh.a turning towards her, he
The name of God ae.ma wiition upon
i.ir.r.,...,. M.,;f. It ia amth.
'.,1 in IW.n lttors'unon the blue scroll of
,,.;,. .t. .,,d the skill of hit band
,j of he ,uu,tt
,aro,; 0f the daw . The wild-
. . - ... htain. IOIlorou.,jv 0f bim who
y-rn , ,
holds ita waters, and the Jeep-moutUeU
;.,.,nr.ia ith aafu vo ce the Irk-
"- ....i.Kimr libtninua."
U. paused, as if ".waiving a reply, but
1 P b.d thrown in to her Uoe an expres-
s dimpl,. hand, knowing that
wall, ana n.r naou never ii ii'
thaa whon ia that position. iioore mougni
" She bas ao appreciative soul, ana trusts
act her amotions to words.
Ua glanced at bar head, with its massiva
shiaine crown of braids, tha d.licate car,
lha wall turned aad suowy throat, and then
at the wondreus waves of rich, soft arimsoii
i .1... J ..,... ih
nountinff lins. the cuuniuc chin, where
aestled tho' most bewitching dimple that
W hat milk-
par to peep out coyly from its hiding pl.oe.
P Sh. bad changed her pas.tioa, and lea-
ni.g with pur. gr... aga.nat a .id. ro.k,
t.. Inia-itiT far out nnon the foara-caTPed ! and s dilating violet eyes, were iau h , p my dresa, you dirty uo?. jue(i 0Ur dajnof youth. Ho
waters as if entranced by the holy beauty shivara of flam for the trembling wretch j see, ne nas put h tw right through this, tho ..j.p 0f e0iiSuui;.tiou, and
-r .,! hn .Tusk th alicrhtest . who would have thought ber an imnaaeulate j delicate tissue exc;u,d ahe, ai ii rrtat v. ul aever bo Letter. lo vou kn
ftt;nn f Lh. how.lik. lins. and how inno- roddias were it not for vivid reeollectiois , trepidation sue beu ,p vfef eJ of ber ,.A Lt . liiul u ,
tlv twin dimnl
. .1 .1.... .,, i,. finl.tiimr trnk
upon Odin'o fascinated heart. Awaydowni
in ita depths bo wbiperoa, " ueauinui as
a ..gel," and aloud, with lose, burdcaed
with earnestness J
" " Marion ! Marion, I lore you better than
life itself 1 Will you be my wife V
Why bow you frightened mfc, Odin
Moore .1" eaid she starting froiSTCer position
with a well Ji.scn.blcd nervous flutter and
quick breathing. "Pray, what was it jcu
m i -
Alas for Odin 1 11 is torgue threatened
to refuse bim nttcranoe, and his face grew
paler yet from tue sdock. one coum
not bavo understood me," thought be ; and
the garden gate, for Odin's heart was too
full of bitterness and disappointment tq
frame an adieu, and Marion too proud of
over a aarration of that evcaii g's pactime,
as sua roonv eaueu u, io imcu
,: j;i. ; -i,.eW flanhad of covert anaouraffement onae read oa the ! skirt, to a,isaever ma rant ba 0Dy a i, riA,i tu.vt a diOI.poiutii
tt... 'l... ... i,;., .nJ th.ti.mil. tt..s hrr.nt . fcr,ark! f admiration'
with as much devotion and earnestness as j to the youag stranger's eyes, as she Inter- j meatal. didacti. epic or Pfi""m-,c -he
hope! from the faUebeart.d Marion. 1 prated V: ." .hl" a11 ett,llJ
A aiiiular, and wilful ns.Jcap of. girl waai " With your word that you did not rie. ; Ld 7 reaomma.d me to reaj
his only si'ter, and one who had tried hi ! from tie sea ia quest of a bapleaa body to! " SaMimenlal for theprcaent, blJ .a-.B.J .
deep pious heart most aefciely by ber rvH take back with you. and will brin? me ssfe- j J"1 lte J lhat; l? U w d
.W .,l..l....t,a ... J,i, i.nrlv loa.il. to th. .,,. aoaio I .ill ihankfalla aa. M b UlOSt suited to jour lulbd a,.d
1 J . ,1 k. ! ikt in tfr nature :
ware deep seated throbs of lender feclin
tbat wo-il-l lespjnl to his own bleeUm
heart, aud give Lira a"no!atiou and sym
pathy. Ho know whero her favorite re
sort wss iu the evening's ploumins, aud
thither be went. She looked up with a
iiuile, and prepared to welaome hum to a
lounge 'upon an ottoman, with Lis head in
hr lap. but noticing bis white face said,
with emphasis :
" Why. Odin ! you Bins'- le very ill
,, . . .. ; , . .......,,.
Wbat is lha niatlei ! Let me iret jou soma-,
"No, bo, Mareia," waving her back j choosir.j:. with groat aptness, the very top
with his hand, aud tryia; to wiiile. " My lies mot interesting to her. Ua adminis-
eaie uoes not neeu nieuicmr, ni. ,
Time as a successful physician. Hut if you ;
will let me have uiv old rlsee, I will
yeu all "
He save her a brothers con6dejice. and
ahe liktaacd with alt ber soul's indign'atiou
to a wrong dona a trusting heart liko his.
lit euded with " but eail bur more fickle
than false, Maroia."
" Mre false than fiekle, Odia. I know
ber well by reputation, and it says of her
that she is as dtitute of principle or a
ciugle iota af a good heart as a marble
representation f her wouid be. O, ahe
is a baril-Uiri a vain, a eapneious,
"Hush, hub, sister. ou must not
apeak thus of her. She m .y have had no
kind mother's teachings to make Ler better.
Let ns forgive her, aud leave her in peace.
i hnuu iiatore should be destroyed io
" It ia not well, in such a niaDuer as
this," Mareia said silently, iu her heart,
and as she looked at her brothers pale
features, bih, thoughtful brow, aud sieu
aor, consumptive lurui, uu im
r.praa. the ruing tears. After the good-.
tiaJrasneU between mem, si e went ti uer
chamber to meditate iu an; r ob what he
had told her, while hi voicj floated to her
with Marion's nmo borne upward on
the wins of prayer. No one but heraMf,
Viii!w of what -he tuou1'!it as sbe viewed
.i ..:.-.:... i... .'l .-..11 I
C :.. I... .n,l tl.nl-..l rn.nj
Willi .auaiiiuvion no ii, Biii-uBioiufcii
for sub.-taiitial bands an I feet, and tbe siok-
u K u" . -'"
bcss which brought her black, curling loc.
under the clip of the barbers ac.saora.-
So- words escaped bar lips audibly :
H,r measure Rhall be meted baok to
her, pres,,l down and running over
uroiufr, mm ins gui u,i, lo.-i.n
aud target it it tie can. ins oouseieuoo is
jeuUor wliile uuu f. as eiasuo as ners upon
seme mttrs, ana this is one ot tiieua. He
shall bo avenged "
It was scarcely a week after Marion's
dispensing- with the love of Odin Moore,
aud she was beginning to feel eaouied, aud
imnationt to return to ber aitv homo, in
search of some new subject for expri
ment. It mattered not to her whether ibey
were seenieu aim miisy niwuiiiou gituitius,
wit., should swear to be h.rs forever and
none other's luenth. scorn with which
sbe treated tha peer dupe was .Sn.ioent,
1 now triumLhant face
She sat gating out of the window towards
me oscuu, jawumg, u .u.ug
aaveeiure, wueu vuo imujui powtia, .
to call Neptune, bor splendid great New-
fonnilftud. and start . for a roam on the
shore. Away they, went together, in high
glee, tha huge' fellow racing and tumbling
against her iu -his doggish good spirits.
" I, ponder if I oaa row that boat," said
ehoi'aload, glaboins; at her damask palms,
aad tiita at.the sailboat dancing most temp
tingly upon the water at the end of a long
rope. ' Nep, here, taka hold with your
teeth aad kelp me pull it io." And the
dog, seeming to understand her, did as bis
jou as mistress commanded.
" Perhaps if you are o have a sail this
beautiful eveaiag, yoa wi.ild not object to
a stranger hand taking tha guidance af tba
A most graceful start betrayed her sur
prise, aa aha tarued in the direction of the
voiee, and saw a jeung geatleman after
her most approved medel standing, bat ia
band, to hear bet reply. She oould fisd
no objeetion to the well trimmed whiskers
and forked moaatache so glossy and black,
uer the soft, wavy hair, contrasting so well
with them, nor tha eyes, so very pleasant,
even grave, as their owner was trying. to
tee-h; and bis dress, it was a 1. mode, Md!pMticBl ideas? Or perhaps you are net.--therefore
he must be a gentleman born j Alined to a romantu or -a.iiUn.ei.! ul t urn. j ' '
and bred. Be sure there was a dash of romantt : .aid she aa.abii.g antuu- ...wi
j i : . L.,!e;astical v at the word "I deitcht ia it. Ui
make them look, nor the lips, nor tbe white
impUQOnee ID HIS preeaJU'llg u oauiwoo ni
r . t . , ii
. . .,.f.. J'i.miLi.
ao trace of it in bis manner and face, so i romaioa it is L Seine tima my ou hu,
sLs thoaght, as she coueluded ber ha.ty bn so full of u that L hay. though I
Claaae of. survey, that an advctimro was f 1 )" PoetJJ- .
before her (such thiap. being dotad .pan! g!ced at her f.cs, and i.
with supreme delight by all sach young la-j'd to tho sky witlt an 6cata.:o exore-i-dies
as Marion,) and aa Adonis for its hero, i si0D-T , . , .
A charming blush rippled over ber cheeks, j " N ,f aoJ imp3rtaBce-bt I aiore ,
end demurring a little, she said with a " t0 . , , ,
atnt vnnr iricpa ''
1 was a aiiirht Lut cleasaal iaah that
came rrom tue yeun,: strangers lips, ak he
bowed his thanks and said :
"I assure yoa that your fers are eraand.
lets. I address, I have no doubt, Miss
Geor-e f fwr whoa, to exist is tobe known ;
but as I am an obscure individual I eaa
alaiiu no saab distinction," Landing her a!
' card, upia which was rit'.en, Shirley '
They were soon seated in the boat, tiiiv-
I: :!.. .i ... r. u.
ing cany over ths water, for Marion s com
panion proved saniciently entertaining
Kie mmuiiunin., ... uv..
ate enough to oause her to feel assured that
they were not intended as mere words of:
... ..... . J i .w Winrl .n,l caliAitnua in
..".. i i,, . al ,.,f0rt . I, n i .h. i
i i ' j i :..,: v.rinna 1 ; t a
a di.-er.et dog. sat far apait and bayed at
a. ,i.v,ar ud a aiairla word from his mis- '
SL'le word from his mis- flatianng. ineidioua dctroyor. com, iu.r ion.
ucedbini.butofccursV "P0" iHu pity I.r ta,s-n-
that, as his a-i.e made 81tiv urt that bad s0 "uffored. wa. ied
r, and very ..rreeabl i g.nt.y down towards the.oo.i y
' .,... . .in.'in- vallev! Mareia saw all this, aud kue.v
tress would have silenced
sua did net care for that,
it convDiut, proper,
bis Lead a trifle nearer Lars in order to in-
aur. a more distinct hearing.
N.nuue. if ho heard, was not a good
iiuguut.so no ona could hava thotr euriost
tt.pp-a.eJ by him, while tba waves kept
up their chant, deaf to all else, and .the
, . i ,k. '.;.. if
I tho K,.r deoiarod that it was time for them
iue tour utniuiui "
i . i- i . .i . -t. .
10 m f"u''S' v.-.-...6.,, .--j
to be ntuiuiuii
ed, and headed their beat in tha direstiouj
r , . i t.:.u.. : .1...
01 llll! UU"i unu " leauuiu ia u uiu,;
without Marion losing her balance aud j n'l"a w" r ,u "lt k "!
eaichiu a bath in tho bViay element.or aay-! f ..en. ta'ent, ad w.t shoa. n !,s nrau,
!hiu.- like a -quail app-aring t, disturb th. ' d travelled and u Inn.- U lier
ao"r of her epirits, whieU wcro remarkably I lutorm.t.oD nd h ,., rr I . . -even
and placid. B,for, taking the walk ES. 1 - '
t0 ,.e house, her escort, with ber upon his
ar,U) turned to the sea aud called her atten
.., to that a
ud the serene beauty of tha
eoamiu elcviucotly of the former,;
i , n lv flitteriuir aud shaking at the feet
. ., . . ':t :.. : U.
' i . !1 .U. .1, l.ni'nl. ditan
uj .je union, na ii iu juy o mo
Hiuuuuiiua ...ui cu. .v ,
ur"ii hnu, while the " rotKiui, wliiteeap-! . ,
', ' ,. , i- siouato devotion ot sttcu a i o
tii-J waves ereered over his monstrous ; ,uu"
f , . . . - - i ,.aw aud knew it ly her w ii'-r
hacK im chorucs of rmpiiii: glee. ...
, . . , - i ,u h iu, for she strove in vam t c
"Tins is a very beautiful world, Miss,"'"- .
. , . and his onlv care wt- to n. t ti
""p'i i"1"'"; i ;
niuarked Uortou, is they waiked slow.y
-j- i T h i
j . ,,ul""" i
s mm-u ui n .i
uiy oue indeed ever passed by me in tJ:c
" Have you uot enjoyed very much com
munion with nature iu this lovely pl-.ceT
It was tJj bid tbat Marion was obliged
io lib, but ahe was determined ta make a
I ha. iiilellselv. Such CPicadld SHB-
aeis i neversaw, kudsuehglorieusieveuin- "
She might bave gone on and told bun
how onoe she weut into raptur.s over a
pink cloud, and would not be contented un
til sha had suaiehed every dry ,;ooJi store
in the city to obtain a fancied mutch.
" Hut tho dawn, Miss George you hava
eertaiuly missed uo opportunity to see the
gate, of day opened, aud its god appear iu
all bis r.jr.l glry "
naughty footprint, sna was auau.j re.
gain plaeidity by means of Hon0u-, g tn.
pathy, and all calm again, her torun:tlor
" Let rae ace, what wera we tAin? abiat
before T O, the BOBrise, aurora Uii you
say yoa enjoyed tbe prospeet !"
"Confound aurora ! No, I don't like
the prospect of being plagued like this all
rv.. t; h a Viiiuoh of eoueeit." was wLat
ah a wanted to attar aloud, aad what sbe
thought, bat with great sweetness she said,
"Of course, obo would ba the possessor
of a very dull mind not to enjoy it Tho
Kerning air ia very bracing, and seems so
elastic that one feels life being eBervacea
from tbe grouud by it."
"An evevation would not be cufe so near
the water, and if there is danger of it. I
shall see that some one prohibits your tak
ing morning Iwalks."
His lip did boi bleed as be Lit it unJ.r
his moustaehe. and Marion vras too wueii
engrossed by her own distress'of mind t j
notice it if it bad. She answered with a
light, affeeted laugh, but fsid notLir.jj. I
"Tou siutt have an imaginative braia.
Miss Geore. lo not the exquii.t8 panor
amas spread above yoa cause tx-
nf .nnl nd ftfldainT of innate.
P""ow" --7, 3 i
though perhaps aatil this eummer lafeDt,
If there is a being who has a pulsion
"Wbsttiaa tas jour preitrcne, (Bu.i.
" i you. i,uswi . joa uuv ....
I " 1 b"" katsot tmi-.T..is.
; George, a rapetmoB of the anjiymeat ot
your soe.ety would be TSiueJ by me as a
; rareJ.r'tI, , , , .
I " Tbf n 1 hT8, nf h.?6rt ,5 ,:r"
I J"of!Sir- yooi-Light.
. -D8 laid her he
"'o0' a little piq
but determined to
. , .
fche laid ner neaa upon ner pmow tuat
i'ied, very luueh pieasvl,
to see the end of win! pro
mised so p.easiB a iriempa. xy, ne
mart, handsome, aud I know by Li j-.-wei
led repeater that he is rich. What u-iii
Neil say V
Summer pa;ed from fiiiht, garlatd.-d
with withered flowers, and autumn, in her
.1,1... i.r .. i ,
g-rgeo roue. ...
watched her brother witti an ai,iioa c
d aswwith pain bis tcuue
C v c s jrro w larcer and uiore Lri-li nt.
firm stD slow aad feeble, and the
aauenug. in.iaioue u(!. ,
" tb, aott-fall. snow si.ou.a y
t wrap the earth be would be lying in b.a
U., dr.amles. sleep oeuoath it zA
i tho burden attne door of u,on
the deepest hatr.J ol u.r .ea.t
h".fjr'- . , n , , -.
Meanwhile. Shirley Morton eont nu-' l h.-
...M.,i.:.,.,..M.rin. II sii-ired her.:!.-.-
- : . , , '
mnta ai.d recroatious. aa4 uis manu-r
' mots . at-? recroa!,ou
, . , i l v , ., . ,, i : ...
..!.- tho tir.t avKniu had te.-n e-.uuiv-i-.
giace tbe tir.t eveniu
free from averythini; that could make L -r
feel ill at ease. She discovered that hi-,
, , 1 .1 .
hiw. nleaaaiit tones tha! fe
strange uiuxia upon her ear, s-'ioese-.un
weaving securely the ciir'.iti ot t..-c-i.i-about
her. Hr firrt' i-'v - n of adu
Lim to the !it of con)'icrei I'-i-f t
from her tniiid, aud s-be no-v ariie 't:.
; .. , , , , i j t
;,:.. .n.t loitk all tho teuder. f-iri
'liter and maite tU ui wore tci
word of love h..d he ipok---n to it,
I the exuep'iin
t sen ten re -i wiiiv t: a
, were in '"it. but
! not over;, ki'i I at'
tion spoken it. cvry jr!tac f ? i-' ai
deep eves, so t' i of in : tt .- iiut !
knew that lie lived uer, ar-d w ) dki
not 'ivo worl, to ii ! s'i-' sit i:.i i:..,
the twilight, and pi ij fully said :
' 1 was thiukin to-day tint yo i h1t
chore the eveniu for v i - i t -1 c me v
do you n t allow thv sun to lu'it yo ir :.
steps here !
f I proiuied iy oomj- r. '- ! - ;i -
frind duriuj the Jv. and 1 unis: njt
too selfish, vou kna v.''
' Who is t h i .- trii'tid T"
She could not repress a stirt, a:. 1
aulioin look, as she iu.i jircd :
Is he f.or frieuu T bow leli La:
huira so "
( y . r.M,, ,i
IWi a i l.:nf who has a tiu?siOE for ion ".ft'- ur
i jw bim V
i ant in love
was tho cnue of l.t ' eeliuin;i so rapidly.
His tifctir tulJ ui this, feat Le bi uever
' L'j you kriO'.v tho lady's nanie ?'' said
'"eion, with uiacou.por'are visulo upon her
' h.'-"v inq-iiicJ, and M'.s More, pro
Laliv hi c..;.iot.ratioU of i,rjt;,eri kept
n froiti m-:. i-hftVB tnJ i.lljVoiati tint
H ti,-.-; ( o --.-tin,., J ,jti. acj ,J,JlJ,ii
sai.l usenfii-y.) v&t Wa. tho n'ataro
Of tUO diitpLO'.'-tlill! jt. '
-U, sir, y' rvcv, ,L by ga.iog
that. aJy hrtt iw predion ..Lat soma
heartless fiirt lad hi:-i jjraciisin- t.r artg
I eon.-i:lr it a so.cuiu tbig to tn2.j
tbe t flections."
" sar-.-lf. Gaorv', ar.d one th it
o-.vn regard. 11 snuis is
up'-a earth, I ibiug this is tLo
nrst to bo vi.-itu i.
"" It oUiht io fee. They should he. u;ado
to F.ITer iu i n.anncrJ'
" I am :! a J to find your feelings so in
aocordar.ee- v.ith mine. It is like finding
a pure diamond to make tbe acquaintarce
of a woinna v itli a p:od and tioble Lrt.
It hz I'Ltri my detii'Triinstion to make such
a lie: it
;no v Len i should find it. Do
tucli a vvomu.u HCCld trust me
j;. J ti,i
k. J rrry cirnc-ftly into her eyes,
trenillii.jr :tb joy ot bis words,
Loai uroa his shoulder, sud
I Lavo loved you
You hare ai! my love."
ss Le fol'icd Ltr cio
:'.Uii :.othit.g was said,
.v, X -win, tua to mor-
. LUl 1; 1.0"
. I ;.'-- C D
,:'-!Lr'-Sl Wi.ietl Will
n-ore. Yoa m iy
i iiuj as Lnuch as
tic yoa again, ne
.. 1 fi? less of tbe
s .!.! Jid'if Odin 'a
i.i li'.-r iovs, was
Lou'd fbli'tlly L
, ..j 1 bfcfcJ Lcr
r in sp!i,".! prfpara-
tt tli uim! .-ptci-i
ui a not-.,
..j .s to tle:r n.'ir
a o iy wl-. l; .1 rhe
r :i c v- ..o ! i-U-
in -j in Uic i
h ; iii if
u .i t ) : u
w as O'j.-
j. a r J i
s t i i . .i : ,
y j 4 r
u t c;ure si; return
t j uj :) iOC3. jijj
ouvouieuce iu re
; it c hi have no poi
1 uav; Liier tid
..- B-eU you to
v.r Li ivry any woes.-
l.v, lust ) ou
v ii;v -j j-jV brother
L iu .is. You ne it
. c ;' ur!le?iies,
, iii M bj c ar own
a e.fju. iu-, yourseif
Tjhc your puu.su
ii' it humiliate you
u j ou -viii dud ui
: . I.i:.- n;- r. My
L.-J, :.:iJ prays for
.! aim tilers. U-3-iiiio
i-v-u Moore, alias
e, tu.iy ti.
- ; -
. - ;
. .. . .
.', T .J'
to iu- R -v:.
:a s 11; k
. r iait
a. ... ..
J fvr w.ai she to-
i . '.vhen a t.e .vy
J u-r c i r i r. . i ii e
!i s'oiag Lreu;h-,
; u-.-iut '-u the p ine,
air iu u;etJ Msr
r i-roih-er's bedside
.. . r : n. i er i. '. i be-
i u, . .
rt-tuv -. l - l
.d mel-ture ot
-.'l ha. I bnptii-
Hi ' o :
eoi.i 'lit', 1 'an-i;iu-i
l'!e 1' ru ud ;
r wateaeii :.;;u. a
I.i, t'..fttures, lik
i w ; :i'. ami ai
: :iu 1 io tra: sf-rf,
.1 as T1 lie ti 1 1
., ; t.i.i Mica urw'.i
. .. i. .nktowled-'-
l;e guilty of
la'.le, a'.iay ev