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THE CITY OF SILUXCE.
It Is just the sweetest city 1
Yet sometimes I think we pity
Those who dwell within those pretty
white Uvrellings on tho hill. ,
It is so peaceful pleasa'nt
And fait to dwellers present ;
And the partridge and the pheisaut
Feel no fear, it Is so still.
Its walls are low and narrow,
And the linnet and the sparrow
Hake the only music there. Oil !
So silent are its hqmea!
Never have jts doors to, rover ;
Myrtle green anureddest clover
Grow in wreathed profusion oor
Its many earjhen domes.
Here are found no wreaths of laurel,
None of bitteproc and sorrel ;
Never comes tne sound of quarrel
In th;se quaint and vacant ways..
No sound of stately masses,
Nor of any praising, passes,
Upward through the growing grasses
All the moveless, voiceless days.
Men from other cities warider ;
Other home ties sometime sunder;
Not so in the white town yonder .
On the wide-browed hill,
Not a shadow of returning, . ,
Not a jot of fear or yearning
In the dweller' bosoni3 burning,
Ever came, or ever will. '
O, Peace so pure and tender,
So wrapped about in splendor,
So needless of defender . '
Or champion or aid, '
Each life must havedts knelling ;
was h rumored was rather a wild
yourijj man with no money to speak
ot: 'if f
"Ianlinc'a lovely lace was dark
and defiant as Mr. .Ellison angrily
ordoed him from tho house. The
next;morning she did not come
dow jto breakfast, and my husband
wlio Was very punctual himself, sent
ono her sisters to call.hcr down.
jlanrelurncd, saying that .Paulina
was iot in uer room, ana uic oca
had 7-bt been slept in all night.
"Vfery well, said Air. hlhson
sterr;-y. "If she is sulky and does
not intend to eat her breakfast like
& 8epble girl, l am willing."
. "Xvcvertheles? through all the
meal ho. seemed ill at eas6, and
ate baVht'tle.; Mflelf it'wasflniphed,
ue rfcrjp.irorn inc lauio ana we neara
him ftVide into' Pauline's rcora, from
where ho returLCd with a whito
comrjpssea rice, lie held a pajer
in hiijilencl ol hand, and, showing
it 10 me, no uuneu ms iace in uts
handji atfd groanbl aloud
i Witti an undeuneu uread in mv
rn3 Had m?
for the pleasant da
4o for them when a!
wero iudd( ily startled by a faint
Heal of tho por bell. '- " , ,. ;
The schcfits had gone ' to bed,
and Uncle! Xob hastened to open
the dcor. .ftcr a whilo he cama . .
tick Fayintratjier nervously, tho
girls thougUj . . "t . '
"jlotiier, ?hero is some ono hero
who wisher io star until morning.
i5urelj',youin relaso no ono shel-
ter this coV -night. Betides Paul
ho, Stopped end .colored,
then added;" 'astilt, "there is a" child ?
"1'oor thL?," exclaimed grandma, .
compassion ely.. - 'lt - Is a, woman,, f .
then? Yes Uob,bringher in here.' 'I
Wq can fixfl somo pbvco-lor the 4
Kob hurrsil away, and a moment
later rctnrt(r4 closely followed by
a girlish nro leading a littlo.
She wasessed, if not eliganlly,
still wilh av-ertain tastcfulnes that
once that she was a
heart! I took it mechanically and lady.
read:.hc words ; " YoU have driven Grandrnyosc, her handsome fico
fall of pityvB sho said :
Among yohr resting dead.
K.. IIabvey Howard.
md t"-"ths and you must bear the
sham. 1 love bejald. Tracy, and,
befortj you receive this, will to his
ulfgratoful 'girlj' I exclaimed.
"Is tils the return for all tho care
We flavo lavished upon her ? To
run oTTwith a worthless canip like
tbattMloVx',1'- V : .
"hat arc you going to do moth-.
n !' s i " i c, .i
err '3Kca one oi tue cnuaren inan
awe ajrlckeii voice.. , .
- :HjX)Jr'I repeated sharply. "She
has mVdo her choj.ee and must abide
by it'.iShe has "brought an evcrjast-
: . '..a " i 11..
luo atigraco upoaouv oi iiiu uiucs
famillfs m'tawn." ' " ,
mother interrupted R6bfchild.
"Poor c "td, let me take you to
ray room, :crp you can tell mo ,
At the I '4d wonls, tho stranger
burst inio f ;ssionato sob-.
"Mother Oh Mother T she cried
eagerly, you "not- know youf
child; you willful, wayward, but
still loving 'iiuline fn
Grandmt UHison's . grandchildren
ad ndver i ?cn hero aftecttd be-
For.. momjcntsilenCe reigu-
, brokei i1y by" Pauline's Fob.
"Mother? ASon't'vou fonrive mo
for tho salj ilf ter -who bears your
name ':'. ia .f!,Bho pointed, to her
fTOVES ! oTOFES
'-: I'M- - . s . ,
offered to thbsd wishing ta supply (hcrAselvea
with firsfr-class " .
COOKSMC & HEATING
' I -
"And so tho ghadpws f all apart
And so thft- west winds piayv
And all the windo3 o my heart
I open to you to-day."
It.' was a large, . handsome
house that Mrs. Ellison's grandchil
dren were invited to visit every year
Thi they all met thore and a nice
kime they, used to liave, for grand-
I ma allowed thenrtoxoaui from gar-
wha fas of a rather romantio turn
ol mifcq, Tdon t think she was so
muchTto blamo, it sho loved Traoy
as 'slit said sho did.
, "II: b;7, said his mother frigidly.
that SJpject' without tryingL to a'r
gub y morc.' .
RofEllisofi's face ilq3hed at The
ratheVteen reproof, and ho bit his
up urtier ins ncavy rrrou6iac;ic,
. 1 rwnuevuayv onny saia cagenyj
nut ihr rirt 11 rr nn
' ?Yi ?f ' repli9d Mrs. Ellison, "and
I will5Jell'you how iu happened to
be tafcTi. Mr. liernard, a nch, tal
best makes and patterns at
... . . .
ret to cellar; it they wished to do so. f cnte(T tftist, who WorshipP2;
ou inis particular unnsimas line hom wo all vwhccriicr
it was to be even plcasanter than t0 sTcetched- it. .She had
beloro;for handsome uncle Kob K- justrr'nril'0(i from au evening com
isou had just reiurned fromEurope, pani going out on the balcony,
and-iany were thcgames he plan- gtooaHvith clapc' bands, apparent-
ea ior nits young gruu. My
T i I. . I . 1. I ..l.nts.l I
. in 1110 iiiunuu;, uub m.uh;.i
with liim while the cirls rode with
t"Mrs. Ellison, wliOj in pfte of her
J?. -m!11 1 ' 1 .1
sixty years, was. sini a very uanu
Bomc woman. But on this, event-
Ei B W A
in thought with tho palp
mooplcht" shining on her fair lace
and tn -iking it look almost etherial.
uMif Jiernai'd hadjusV mado liis
adieui'Jbelow, and, strolling through
the garden, ho glanced up at' her,
reallyli startled by her loveliness
!j Bank, upstairs."
; . Offers his
profesiohal seryices to the
Oxford I and feurrounding
country !JBfCan be- Ipund always at
one of the -Drug Stores, or athis father's
r. residenccTa i- ijnoi4.ii
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Also prepared to execute promptly, and
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taoieaux. so granama naa give i rials -hich-ho happened to have
them keys to the many rUnks which alon? hanQ quietly sketched her.
bioou in lue aiuu, num wuiuu tucjr Then y,ftcr sha hrid elOI.otl hc no n-
v-. r - y t
ted th(4 pictnro and, thinking to tlo
intended to. set their dresse?.
They were all up sorting the ma
ny costumes when pretty Laura
Howard who was standing by a
large trunk, called out : "Oh, Grand
ma, look at this lovely picture of a
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Grandma Ellison hurried over to
where sho was, a stern expression
on her usually placid face.
"Shut down that trunk, child,"
she commanded, "and give mo the
Laura obey ed, and Mrs. Ellison
left the room and went to her own
chamber, where they heard her
close and lock the door.
What could be the matter ? ttfey
At dinner she was the same as
Highly recommended by Physicians usual, only there were traces ot
as healthiul and nutritious. . tears on her tace.
After the meal was fiuished, May
Baron Liebisr eavs : "The nutritive Worthy, who was the bravest of-
us a ktjdnesj'. presented it to us:
but it yas anything but a kindness,
and though I never liked to destroy
it, I always kept it hidden away.
V '. ..
ClIAPTER ir. .
"A trenjtding form standing at tho win-
dM '- , -
A palo 8; id face leans 'gainst the .window
Lips witto as lilies in tho moonbeams
(swiying, ' . m
Moah a4;"Fomorso thrusts through both
. heHrt and brain."
flour will be increased
ten per cent by the use; of
T r f p r, ;
Use no lard or other shortenino-s for
bread, biscuit or rolls wKen
i ; t (
mis x 1 cpai iitiu w is ciu"
The cost is
them all, went to Mrs. Ellison, and
smoothing back the whito hair said
tare ap stairs.
and she lelt
And j where was the obioct of
Mrs.Enison"s story ali this while.
Let xs leave the merry group at
grand i'a's and wend bur way to the
qniet tittle village of Woodley,
where -. A amino lracy hrst came
with h4husband. "What if she had
left a living home, had sue not
found a i protecting arm to shelter
her froivtho storms of life?
Aritl hietic was Gerald Tracy's
. Mrsj Ell, tin was cvidenlly maj-
tenug 8omfj5rong emotion. ,
"Paulinfc itwas all your owq
fault," shai iifin hastilrf thenbroka
down. r T v i? : v . .(
4OhPauI !PanlinoI rnyyovng";
est child,; LYttSot tarn you olT. I.
cannot stec, jj heart aga'nkt yon',
my d-srlin, ;nnd with a , heart-felt
cry she fol4 U.tho slight form to her
prcat. . f -.r ..
The girbt diM looked on, aston
ished, silent, foctators of thi scene
between mi iIkt aud dauMiten
They had'iftver" supposed Mr
Ellison cajHrhlof such t motion, but.
now thev f. 4vhat great iujuitico
they hal dc rficr.
But aft j Awhile she controlled
herself,' and ,i.iirnilig; tovyanl then
said quiotlj-Children. yon need
hardly Lo tt 4 tlrat this a tout Aunt
j auunc, lont you -havo .ncrr
known, but low" snc coutinbed.'4!
lione you w '4 know and love her."
. Palino 'Icy'a pretty "sad n;o
was a study for a pajntec as sho re
peated carj stly: tYes, my littlo
nieces and jpiiewir many 01 whom
I have ndvfr '.seen, yon-will lov6 mo
and" the, f it -rathtT hesitatingly,
"and my ch U."
How oou; U they help doing ,
thy woudeiel, gazing at the beau
tiful face, Wvely in spite of tho sor
row whicir.no'w rested upon it.
The girlariilently kissed inother
and daughtef good night, and then
quietly withdrew, for they "knew,
that they w'ehed to bo alono after
incir long sarat ion ot ten years.
Oh, flutterin'ijeiart ooniol thy tumult,
Lest eyes fane should see.
Mv cheeks btWay the rush of raptors
His coming trine to mcn
During trie, year that followed
Pauline still Jicd at Mrs. Elliidn'n
with her cht, who, grandma. flaid.
was a pcnecEminutnre of it3 mother
at that age, and if her -word! weio
sees througlose colored spectacle)
have- been indeed
tho him lyj believed in her hus
band's iunocerrce, and every ro?ntli
visited birn; ' lie sworo ho Irn
guiltless, aca the wifo'd praycr'n
went np night and morning for tho
1 iii it-, ni 1 111:1b wiic-ii 11 iitjuiuv l;&i 1 rw. 1 . - . j i , . . .
toll ns ahont thit ic- i Zi ' ".v. ' 7 . I reiuaso i w q u ear .loveaooe.ia hi 4
ten us aooni inai pic wag leiuvithout a cashir. ho ar 1 1 1- it
, pleas0 do, grandm3.'Mnl ; tKnnnsitinn. . . loueiy ceiu ,. . . ,
'3 face hardened a r rV .iTi . . . wWn, nuionoifiy snercaa mtno pa-
, "I cannot, May dear , ktPnhcarlptnn had hoPn th flrR; Pcra los ry ol bow Stephc.
the room V T7 I T - 1 1 arieun oecn sent to prison,
nit, luuui. nnnlicm.t. but. not hnvin n. food ri.j.. . 1 . . . ,
1 Mr k : 1 . i 1 nnn (i vitit nniuBrnri .4tw- ft . . m ,9
' m .Aft . A . . . K . . . frMS . I 1 WW . .V. 1 I7U .
less than ordering bak-
. m . n .
ijuoiu mu oumug, wutu uivy r-nntthn lh r ! nnfinii vrrrj frivon to
n A a i i. I i : e
, ., r,,-.,., -. ,. -.' I J. racy. ,
i aDrupuy, -niiuren, am yon f'arlon nM thnt if it harl not
eytr know you had an aunt Pauline?' been iA; lTracy he would have had it,
All InnL'Pil S!irrrifil . find frrniifl. I a )! . t -i i . .
' f t anuswireio uc revengeu, nut iwo
ma continued : years brd 1 a 83d and no cl ar.co had
"bhcwasmy youngest daughter, occurreH for tho fullEUment of his
Manufactured under the direction and the pet of the household, and dark threat.
of Prof. Ei K: Horsford. bv the imperious little queen, and Wo all But tiic day tho : whole
Rumford ;hemicai Works,V Provi- worshiped her.
derice, R. I.
Send for! Cook boolc.
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deliberately plotted. Gerald ..Tracy
He had cJntrivef to cet Tracv
into the Jity ior a short time,ranl
that nigln hivl broken into the bank
and sUden ihc money for whioa
imcy was responsible. 9
: Paulino uttered a err of iovout
thanksgiving Then ho bcckr'no a-
T I ..i
VL . a i " UI." ' frl' W , ? in t i 1 , r r warc ol somoJone.bide her. "My
acknowledge y. myself," with aldTrahy had forged a chock for wifc u. atro' -J
. n - - - -,
-.at last l am with y
now, my daring,
le-Cm om laomer.jr pr ue in rne cairn ouu.na men escapeu. 1 no nexi at aniXwkh voai-- n
I now. mr darHnfr" f - . .
ENVELOPES, PENS, IK,
SLATES ETC., I;--'
From Mitchell & Sons", Oxford;
voico. I "iverv wish was tzratihcd: dav he Vtow canht. tried, and com
and as sne blossomed into woraan-jmittcd.fi! prison tor ten years
hood it wa3 hard to check her
petuous temper. Still, we wero
surprised when Gerald Tracy came
to us to ask for her hand, sho cling-
mg 10 mm, ner pieaamg iace eaymg woman;
mora than wnrn." . I
(iTi !J j -H . 1 -r . 'i
"it-is neeuiess o say mat youri ir; wijs
. I I Jt na net tlT mr.nm V. v.t.... ....
im- Poor.Paulinel Her bright, glad "DL??'
all summer . was over., aud iiis-tjad xt I c:-rt ,nrA r .-.v.i
the gai- impaliive irirl, i-ho wa I , ut . . ..
changed ; into. . a broKen-heai t.-d I Ye walk ; arCva riot tor joxs'tUt mlxi-.i
Xmcw learn tve. The I .Nowntlit
grandfather refused, for Gerald, it 1 childrcif.l at Mrs. Ellison's
ime, to Subscribe
were tne Liancil i ,
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