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Extr-i C. Demorarfi ard f rto Rim "u
it? strong contrast, fehe wasptnall ind
slender ; and, like Iter brother, lra-
ucttei Her features vts both gift
nd arch in character, and the contour
of face and figure well rounded. Her
cheek wore the arch bloom of a reach,
uhe side that's next the gun.' Her
eyes large, black and- sparkling with
leady rej artee, could melt and expand
with emotion iuto tho Lazy, velvety
darkness of midnight ikies in the trop
ics. Loyal Hazlehurst had said of her
once, that 4 she iva3 a pansy, she was
so petite nd so richly colored.' The
perfect content of her companions air
and the happy snule with which he
looked down into her eloquent y-s
and watched the play aud varying col
or of her features evinced that the
picture the evening was preparing to
hang in memory's gallery was one
of a series eagerly sought fur, whoso
curtains-would be daily dranfor con
templation in the exile of South Caro
A fair child, of five years, Lelia
Girardeau, very much like her brother
in the moulding jot brow aud temples.
was coiled on the cushion opposite
.Grace. Marion s 2a ted himself besid?
her and began .a toll storios of hunt
ing and fishing, aud of the birds house
keeping in the island thickets ; briui
min" ov:r with satisfaction, when he
broke through her questioning, grave
shyness. , ! " - ;
Willie Toor sat apart, looking "out
on the night, and not availing himself
of the seat by : Miss Hazlehurst, left
him by the couVtesy ofhisl.ot. Finally
Mrs. Gcrardeau seated herself be
tween him and Mariou. mid recovering
frolnhisubstractio.il, he-engared- her
in conversation. Klllott Girardeau
.occupied the seat by Miss Hazlehurst,
who. sat Clin 'ioiting her check Ion hor
h:.rv.l a gain s1 t to, ' gunwale
AYhat force now holds it T asked
Marion with the profound air of acom-
Only i corporaVs guard of ten
men,! think, saia ;ir. oirar-
dcaui ' -; ' ' '' '
They wild n't hold it against afett
row boats of brave ftdlows. Dj you
think they could 'f pursued Ma
rion. i ; ' , ,
Elliott railed, but . Willie answer
'I don't know, but I think it prob
able we will sown test their abil
oidinutcd his own voiced a pure culti
vated tanor, to Willie's rich deep bass
The latter wng v.ith tate, ahnott
genius. He chose Feat's 4 The Wan
Jeter. Miss Hazlehurst was vexed
with herself for the color she felt fluc
tuating in her cheeks. She saw he was
singing to her, and wr.s observant cf
and pleased with the effect, and widely
misinterpreted its meaning.
W hen' they ceascd,hc asked for some
operatic gem, all passiou and sentiment
she scarcely beard what. But she
laughingly excused herself, saying she
would lay a bit vf simple green beside
They were about being entangled in J their exotics by way of foil, and sang.
a long line ef fishing boats -Mr. Gir- 1 have Brought Thj an Ivy Leaf.'
ardeaa leaned from the cabin and gate Her voice, iu harmony with lips
orders to the helmsman iu a few low and cy's, wa pure, sweet and
words for avoiding the dange". These limpid ; giving every shade of emotion,
bots having spent the day fishing on and so little under control in this re
the outer bank, Were; returning . j st gard that she dared not attempt scnti-
of the stern, and looking, put on the
broad furrows3 ot
plowed up in the' wake iff the ves
sel. The tide. "was' coming in rapidly,
just reaching its he ght. In a moment
the. moon wou
not flecked wi
d rise ; and the sky was
h a silicic ' cloud. The
of the jiutuuinal coustel-
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l'.tn.i)' t. ni'l ii w i t r Co'loc'-
Dr. J. B. Clifton,
PHYSICIAN anl SURGEON.-
Dtc. 20, 1872 -tl.
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King. Whita i Shaw
UY CUAULES SOUTH.
CHAPTER VU. v
The chimes of St. Michael's were
rinii.' out tlie hour of seven over city
and sea', when Mr. -ira deau's yacht.
v. W. J. Cooke,
'"PHYSICIAN ail SURGEON. -
in r Ul pr f ! I K4 'X'u to tlie Viti
hi. f Fra kltii ouittvl ' - i:iv :A hi niotli-
etu retUt-mv t niilcs sk iiili oi
. Ol! Llil .
Deatt-Bei of "fitoMwall'V Jictson
Tbi ia the tple it a fine ci'iT ns
of the t)iat5 -H U of M uwIl JiCks
H'Q, 14 x'18 incht B iu siz , at.d pnotnt
on titavy plate pap t. Uiiiona ul th
i;ou:eturtu ai;n ar-r giouj t.d miM.
fully aroii i1 the cojeh t this ju al anl
j:ioii iiihu. this chnauab eohi r, whot-e
lilt-b oo I l.a U ca ytvtn lot hi-c)U.i: r .
Iu the titatat.ee 16 Uc tucauipiog rti,
thcweaiy SvDtiuil on his Ut, fc . It
is a picture tliat will ton u tvtrjf-c. uit -no
hear, kin I should have a p.tc; in
t very bout liiru lioim-. t-ii't ly mui',
ni- tinttd on r 1t, r.cukIj wripc ,
uud p st pi , lor 20 cis .ttch ur ihuc
loij -iV it nt.
A UIH-H i W. M. HlThl.O v. .
200 Maiii ?iee- liit t 1 IV nn.
the Gazelle, touched the MhaVf " and
preseutud her green, white Zoned side
to the grup waiting there ; her white
sails trembling to the bretze a thongh
ea"er tu leap' away before it. They
Dr. W.J. Cooke, were received ia the cabin by Mrs. Git-
ardcau. ..; She was a tall, handsome
woran, "wearing her forty years light
ly a.nd gracefully, and looking every
inch what she was an elegant, high
bred Udy. She WuS clad in mourning,
with no ornaujunt save the plain gold
ring oil t!o third finger, and a simple
' i . 1 j, i . it''''
but cotiv lcari at Ler turoat.ner
air.in repose suggested hauteur.it had
such quiet dignity and reserve; but,
as she Came forward aud took Miss
Hazlehurst froin her son's arm a smile
of sudden sMcotness and: light broke
over her face, like a swift unheralded
suurise. iShe gave Orace.au alleetion
ate greet ing and bade her son seat her
m ar the stern. With the smile yet,
upon her f.ee shc tunrued to her other
Miss lo Willie's bister, entered
ET Ageu 8 wanted T r this and a ou tho arm of Johu Hazlehurst. The
vui.i v ttli-1 tine . L.tu vi'iis Fiom j " . . . :
t? i.. I0 . Ua can e-1, U mad . I two presented a picture, beautiful m
1 4w. ..." .-.-'"
t ' ' ' ' i
lutions, from Ursa Major to the g it
teritig coil uf Scorpio, were slowly
grow ing visible into the deep b ue, like
spirits yielding reluctantly to the in
cantations of magicians ; their ranks
led by Jupite . as evening star, which
trembled in full effulgence over
the yet flushed horizni of the
To Grace and her tompanion the
scene was too sufficing, aud the en
joyment too deep for couversation,save
an occasional remarking of some tran
sient effect , as" the dashing up and
flashing down of a school of silvery
whi'ings, iu a shower of phosphorescent
drops. This subtle silent enjoyment
in Common of sytq-athetic souls, is
most; real communion ; it is also most
electrical and iaugorous.
They had turuea directly south prom
the wharf to seo the moon rise from
mid ocean, aud watched her large red
disk roll slowly up from the crimaon
level of tho water a phoenix in its
self created flames. - Turning, they
swept directly eastward toward Sum
ter i Thence their course lay across the
outer bar, while the tid was yet high,
to Fort Moultrie and into the small
chanuel. making the circuit of the har
bor. i. , i ; '- .
As, they left the vast circular ba.e
of Fuit Sumter, and looked back at its
towering wave washed walls, bare, un
penetrable, unbroken, save by the two
tiers of port hole, tho child directed
her mother's eye to a single point
of light just visible above the
, " J ..... :. ' ; . '
wallT . ',:;' ' ": . '" ' I
It is th bayonet of some sentinel
soldier, reflecti g tho moonlight aid
. rs.. Girardeau. J j
-1 believe there is no utlu'r turtlike
it in America,' said Mr. Ioor; i have
heard it was built to eclijise that old
rfelicof tho spaiih-h knights,, San -Juan
d' Ulloa.' '
across the yacht's course; every negro
in each of the thirty vessels, save the
helmsman, asleep. When this little
excitement was over they had left
astern the harbdr's mouth with its
loud thunder of breakers, its fresh land
ward breeze and new-risen moon swing
ing low over the bar; and 'were" 'flying
along by, the lighted streets and gay
lifp mi Snll!tf:iii' T;!:iiij! ir t:nn.
mer resort o' the Charlestonians.
Music came to them from the out
lying piers of the Ocean Hotel, and
-irs Girardeau suggested that the urn
sicians of the party offor the dwellers
here and at Mounv Pleasant the usu
al courtesy of yachting parties a sere
The t Js had turned, and was run
ning.out sinooth and swift; and ; the
breeze h d nearU lulled ; ei"g from
. fouth cast it was intercepted by the
w olJ of Haddrtfli'o Point. Theyacht
was-gliding on leisurely, at times with-
in one hundrtid yards ot the shore.
j After some little laughing resistance
oil Miss loot's part, the guitar was
poised on her lence, and at John's
ie(uest, seconded by all, sang in a
sweet clear voice : the delightful old
ballad, Beautiful Yeuicc, Bride of the
, When she had finished, Grace re
marked that Loyal Aad written her
from Venice, that Charleston, seen
from ti e water, very strongly reicmbld
the Queen of the Adriatic.
4 It is true,' said Mr. Girardeau.. I
remember the moment when the re
semblance first struck us. 'ibis even
ing recalls the scone, with but one el
ement wauting. We were rowing in
the sea at this hour in an atmosphere
flooded with moonlight and song,
-song fruui gondaliers ia .iquid Ital
4 Surely you will not refuse to sup
ply the 4 one element wanting,' 1 said
Aunetteloor. 4 1 have heird you g'.ng
4 Ah che la Mortu ' Give it us now,
please iu Verdis owu liquid Italian,
and we will look toward the city and
float with you iuto Venice.' .
You have taken us there, Miss An
nette. I should break the spell,? he
But she surrendered to him the iu
strument, and he sang it, one of the
finest things in miotic, perfectly ren
Miss Hazlehurst did not 'look to
ward the city. She was most grateful
that the others did, us they thus looked
ment now. .
Ycu have reversed the storv of the
Sirens, Grace; fee there!
And Miss Iooi pointed to the near
shore. Groups of youug people prom
enading the beach, had gathered in
attitudes of listening, aud all laughter
and audible speech had hushed wheu
the serenade began.
But now the white houses and twink
ling lights of Mount Pleasant were dia
in the distance yet many 'couples, fol
lowing the niusic.had been drawn along
the ! shelving beach nearly to Shcui
4 One thiag more. begged John of
Miss Ioor. as Grace laid aside the guiu
ar ; 4 the duet 4 Voices of the Xight,'
which I have heard you and 'racocing
together at .home ' '
4 Yes,' she answeted coloring, Mr.
L'lal often called for it. He taid
evening's every element of charm was,
in it, transumCud into nielody.
4 1 thought it was John who liked it
so much,' slid M arion", n t tpiite awake.
She began the duett without re
spouse; and through it Ma iou drifted
Tory pass'd a ftnal! is'and, Ijirg ff
t:ie ruaish mar I.uUIrel' Piin', li:t
ing a . j itttirtsfj: prove o teihtry
pa'mettoe over a -null covcrel fhore
Tlie fron('ae of. thf tallest trs"wap
silvt-ml w i:h "ir.on'.ifiht, a-.d th
bouiilis lying to had.-w wt-re sprinkled
t!iik wth myriads l fir fli i, or vr -cnl
with raofkifigl irls which I. aunt it
in v pt i.umberp. Thctr tubing ue'led
up now fmm the mysti ry of ntlit ard
. fci eac ', as freeiy ns wt'i r fri-m h f ui-tai-
, nnd lipp'tu" away without Ctf-B-ii
g. i '
i'h-; m-o-i now hung over Hidrlls
Pointtind invented with liht every
jectvuible in tb vci '. Wonderful rnn
ieiati, : mMn1iht ! How it tlUguiw-v
ln.mel.iJi.36 and llluiniuci, b nui ; c.o.h
irg ru'.ns grey and .ni uld-rmg in a
tr-sb re c.iating radiutlCe ot i:a own.
Iaiowr on the humD fc i trn-
'bridinin am! ut through the fouh
of mc nTf. A row lott apprcucuirg
past the tu'uth of Cooper Kivcr, with
its quota tf negro oirxstT. The j wero
t'ugiu h wild melody t f tlcir rac, its
ab-uid words lost in distance, Oae
rich strf ng voice sarg o!r, the othtrs
as chorus al'traatetl with the relnsJn;
soaring cl ar and piwer'u1, anldytn
away ia softcnnl caJesc against the.
shore.--The wild sombre cbancter f
the f trin, an J seme arsrciahm nithit
of her Lrother L"jal with whom he
ba loved to listen to it, tirrd Grace
deeply and she ch!-ed htr i jm to pns
bick tbt tearr. 'The boat came and
wafi gr.ne quickly.
Aathy were p -s?ng the Cit'-, Kiliott
punted out. to Ui little - abater the
curi'.uj tff.ct ot fie Jong lima of g
Ughtcd streets rcch:ng back fr m the
illuminated Bturj for roi!e, an 1 on
stautly changing in acgle and relation
with the yacht's motion, like a system I bierogljpu'.C', the wrJ palntiBg of
of comets whf eMng'ar.d writh'ng ab"Ut lar.mi-,
( untiwet I n urvr im untie uo libera
first IT rou-h his jei; and through b?nx
I am waiting to enter tho grand
pothcon cf Grctk myth and anthology.
In eiching tne Uttmin he bd ma
lrx-k Icr its grrat prototype in the older
language . a !es. ia iu crerj element
if pwrt d beut.
l ramie T lie kel with a laagh,
Ye.", in ru'ivc. she absWrred, Hhtre
lsciqu itc mehwly mc ia TbekU's
sog. Dr Echwald braose die
- Abl Tbekla is such nn exquisite
creation hertc'f, Jicerd Itself would
convert to tnilodj from bee lip,' be
fa d in a low voice. 1 give Max no
j rmie tor Wmg tie noble Ullee? he,
w as, Oo" v -u'd gNdlj dia for lore et
her, fi love lik-s her
T!ie charm 1 find ia (7rmtn,abe
raid, as if he had not spoken, Is It
picturing power. A word is land
csp, an aitj.;ive, a poern. It is toe
a Yst fixed luminary which tley can
never leave. ' """
- They wtre roundLig South Day street
when Led a complain-d of sea siccacss
wh:ch a g'ais ol wine aggravated ra:h
er than relieve ,." The Cirardcuu resi
dence on, the Battery wa? ju-t opposite
and the mother decided to land with
her child. On leaving Mis lizLhur. t
she said earmstly :
'. hrpe yu will fiod it pleasant to I 4J:ser loves ua?uf4 as I do, and to
visit m early and ' lidorru iKy, I live getber wc r j y a suuset or wrote cluaiet
in s-claior , ! at wi;pl very grateful. nd undertiaad each other. X can aJ-
for your society whrnevtr yu and wajs tell that a'ae has been with yoa
your y urg Iriet'd can tpirc it to m". whea she se- and bears more than I
Your aunt h u e Giillard was my Krl- cm, mtkiug me feel intolerably coarse
4D. not mystic:sm and imaglnetlna
coh rtts pictures from paletiejj f tl e'r
owot'aiked Ehiott, Mho subtle Oei-
una genius is the ang.dait ol their
nature, is it not t
4It m y be so. I do cot osrjx.t
sail Grc ', I sit a, natures feet and
lera 1-r Jfr, through my own
heart, i.c tl t it u. qctth'rgly,'
4 Thai is y -ur Miysiery, aid Willi",
fi urng. At it. I J nr c' t uch n 1 h
gu eea ol.poliry tall awny nud the touI
stands f-rtU truthfully and, if beauti
lul iu itfe'd , tloiiouslj .
It rta'cd oo Grace Flbzlehuis4, re
lieving the outline f htr s'oht figure
acd pure lace ag .inst the violet re tc
of tJe support cus'air.s, a white
frngrant flower at h r ih rout and one
in her hair. . One eiqu':-;te Land ws
oo the ahai'dH'&eif guitar at her kid-,
the other on the velvet, every curve f
the pe t:t utlne and pink nil tell-
icg i s story of only b-auti;ul work
duue aad to d , oi.ly grace and bar
. m -ny t 'h-.-mr and l.fe to grow from
away from her. Her positiou and that r the W-uMiig ! tl e ban :ying there
of the singer over his guitar shielded
her from observation. Sho trembled
iu the power and pathos of that heart
cry, as helpless as a blood red leaf cf
autumn iu tba grasp of the east
wind. To whom, and why was El
liott Girardeau making that appeal
through the words and' music of
Vrdi? A ' -
, When it ended she glau ed at Ma
rioa opposite and marvellous tribute
to genius tears were un her cheeks.
She looked no further. ,The profound
and eloquent sileuce that fallowed, wus
broken by Ktiiot himself who proposed
to Willie Ioor to join Lira in a duett,
and moved over to his side, the better
to blend their voices. He played the
Utce a'--dainty wl.i e LI -t-B in diopted
Cii.'tljts y. Toe liyht enveh-pi d hei io
a iuui'uous atmosybere tilio'D her
spirit uelle fie-u'y until h-r u a vm-d
to shine tbroegh hr persor, hke'a
drop ot vavtr p:tsonid iu a pearl,
Vm-ntr'uig aod tran - uceot. .S m.
itiblle delight t tmtl d oo ber lipr, and
tbeclii'd itla, wmebig from f.er
rnotU; arm a k'd what p'eased Ler
hoou'a. bst-t . fiend and yop arj vet j
like he. You ricall pst scenes to me.
I forg t, steiriy..u to i iaht lht4tweny
five years hive passed a roe,ste aod I
tat last together yichting.
Her s n a" ompmiie! !ier to her door.
Grace tit tliinktng ot ths teau'y ol
the nu'ron, h r tender gracious m .n
ner thinking .oo f th'i worhls eiimie
ofh", tl at shi wujj imrcrious an !
t Jf-retaine', and seeing how diff. rnt
trdm'ih'is the must be to l er friends,
certainly to Inrs-n. 8h thought his
chiv-liic dovothm ' to he-, in re urr, so
natural- a 'devotion 'she'liad ht- rd he
c ul 1 ne er give a'i. t erwo :.au dori g
her lit . And yet whut w.-marj nce
eeiug it could be content with lt-s?
Asheb oked op with thisi thi uht in
her .-, he 1 ad returned a -l wai
taking the eit oppo-ite and met her
glance .with a (mil", a f rilliaot aucny
smile, l'ke his moihu,.
The U ar that he had read her thought,
a feir that often Laun'c l Ltr un ler the
n fluence of those cl:ar power'ul 'y.
brought the swilt Color to her checks
and she i re i uneus"y.
Arc.' s movement and somrthir 2
like a s:gh fnra Wii.i Iuur mde her
hok at liim. Her heart s.note her
when thv mrked the wcry look of
hi: u nally bright fit c and renumred
how little be had conversed and how
is I at ed be "till a.'. me. Yiudictit
pes hd no pfrt in her clitira ter an,
witli the n ad gencroi'y .f Oi-b!e
mind, personal vrxiti ir.t w re fo.
given ar.d firgotttn. Willie io- r wn
a gentleman and would rHaro r de -troy
the photograph, she knew. Sbc
called hers.'! udwou. rnly to disregard
him so utterly and so lng. He had
lto ber plajm- in chthlrod, anr,
now going away from bom'', had asked
what one frhnJ mar claim ol another
w.thout q -es'to. And ye
Bat wtiaiever ilouoi uiy have lero
riing, no bigger than a mau's htm'; it
came too late, lie had eea the' frank
m l with wbivh she turned toward
titu, aad ta Ted ovir to her sih-. Lit
a'r hdly cbtoed. Elliott G.rard-a
aw it Iim the drama of the erenine
it locked like a 'ovet'a qaarr-'. h e
a I luri-td tr iru his own tini.e 1 r-
hps bis grat fiittion at a ten-atete
wiiu Lr was toj kvoteut, a.ad rjl
lan. Sl.e .i I tnrud Ir m hia u.i!e
ucea-iiy to Wi.lie I o and given bim
a glance all kindois; was it als rvcul
Elicit put bis oku inierpretatit'O uj
"u it. s uirt ke J coq icirj, and ibis
we the Irison sue gve bis rrraump
I! It is said to be impregnable, said acc,JlUpainuieut I -Ir- Ioor nt being
Mrs. Girardeau. the rock fouuda- faUiiUir with the instrument. Duett
could scarcely be call-d, he so sub
tiou were brought fom New
I was t' iiikinc.' sCe sii , turnirg
frt m the bit i f tairyand they were
fi-tle4virg, kht an artist i Goel.
What an exquisite pcem wsitt-tb. nght
wLea becra cd a It!y, a mckiug bin',
a foan.-jretr', pa bug rippb-, or even
a peLble i t k cys'al or pit kipped
sl..U ir ihe wavei to juj w.th and
'lb-- stars rocked in the long curving
mi or brae into wrickled lines of
.i 'I.t. D ttant tnuticrew opoa them
I was thirktrg Mi Gc. said
Willie bfibtlr, bow yoa w.uM tVj y
Gnek p etrj. Yu are in' toca cioe
yoipa by with naturr, tbt s-a e-l he:e
ly )u oa the kjuj' Ur.ax.-uy tLooghts
go lnck to the j.oJjto ds when Ao -lo
a,iht hvr iUj;' um'er U.c iaurei of
I !o , ao I liieercb rtMo lr. u their
c.iai cvi a t lieo to bis hel..
The u iy of Gfw.k is a p'casure
Lyal has remised me. t!.e m-wtrrJ.
fc.Vl;aeVvr t geoutira bciuty or truth
I L&ve 'rtcoga zed iu nuur-, I saw
aud materia'. I ahould be inc'ioed to
contest the fact with her bat that 1 fiod
myself undct tie ssiue influence when
with you. Have you the fatal gift of
the Germ in sprite, . the power to up-u
the eye cl mortals to the secret treat
'ires of the taitut I fear I may find
my-el, .m fine dsy engulfed with aa
m.trit d neck. ace in one hand and heaps
fra hero s sp-'dsio ht. oib-r, iXxa
at e t t Ler spdl on you, E Itett.1
' I bebeve I am conscious ot some
mcU powers, f aid he smil'ng. ButI
bUa'.l asiocta eit rather with youroretk
P.-y h', than with your German elf.
I- is a great git', Miss Grace, to find a
firi'-nd in nature, to be admitted to b r
a c et c'outcels. The tpirit that loves
the lily, groas with it in the shadow
of the f.arue great I lock, lo the same
green vlly anU drinks life Ir m the
The ycht toocoed the wharf.
was ie: o'clock. Mari oo bad been
lc pirtg 'sr.ietly a (all boar.
Mr. II ute hurst sat oo his veranda,
and sen: odor from choice Ptiocipes'
hi n tgiib ts Ue csme fcrward to
met th party with a hearty greet log,
ctlling o Elliott, who would have'
tu-uh: his adieu at the gate, to come in,
aarin ho wUhrd to ee biaa aboJt to
niorns viit to Colombia. "
4At the eleventh boor, I jield to
tempts' ion said b'
ba. k if he dia 'races bims.lf. Ikaidef,
c ntcss it, I am always glad of an ex-'
cuac t revisit .be old cntlrgr.
Grace leering ' the others oa the
veraud , cnt rd the bouse to order
sopj-r to be served, Rctnrniog prt
seUy, ho was cottiog nViwtra lor the
table from the Tcrsnda col'.ectioo la '
front of the open parlor window, whea
Willie I r stepped through It to her
Vid-and stoo wait'eg. As she reef,
h r heads luit of blorns Crwca e "
saperb s arlet grrao lata, she ssr U '
In hand tfe photograph, aad held ont
l.er own for it ailenllr. ' ""
lie stdl teuined it, ying alowty:
Yfu tid uot refuae I '"'"
t -i foot gir. it. Photographs art j
how bir chtk burte1:
T. k. na ot f;i.3d.hlp, J finished
for her. My atster has one.' '
Eilio t iirar lemu came ep to say
go.llyr. His eye passed from h r,
fluniug lace to the pictnre in WiUlas '
hand. The liht from the parlor fell
directly upon i. Five miutt'es later'
Grace Lead her father sajiugr to bim.
1 he train stars at ciac t tTe'tl, U
the-r. Guo.leighLf : "
, Willie Ioor looking iato ber face
wht readme shadow et diapleaiare was
dcTpeaicg, laid the photograph ia br
baud abd w.nt awy. . Tae geranium
b'o-aort.s drcppd from ber Jiogerr, to
itey w r UiUsnedout br"
4I mdif see
or bring him
ti e n r.
4Jblj net' m ruio.
(TO BE COX IIH fill).)
Tboiglas come bito our raLuda by
avenue w!ilcb vre uever left opea,aiid
t!iO jht go out of our minds tbrougfc."
aveuuca wku we never voluntarily
ojucd. " " '